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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: November 2, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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VOL:: IV. (Pri1f1ip ll, flonlcOllli1IU. ) PENS VCOLA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2rfd, 1S27. (Open to all parties : influencedby none.) N'; 33.--4. ;

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I ,.usnn) \\'I.t.KLY, RYJ Sec.2. ISc it further enacted;That J I[ Anaet to Divorce CLrlotzeCtiinur. .; tL ; 1'suJ.d; *uJi dcft.nJ.iat arcidcat public ;auction! to &ttizgh : 1mkers

''t....... U ,' .N:,:) ...w.ir T "t =trrz', the party so constructing or nupairiuj': I Be it enacted by the Gotmior and of tim! Territory ; and pro-I and after previous (public' nonce of at

S .t. F.rttTOtt AM I'llOPRIF.TORP a partition fence, shalt apply to the Legislative Council of! the Territory vided! there be a court in such county! I least thirty days in one 01 more of _

I.awmfthe Lniltd States.uBSCRirriorJ ifin ses5ionor the of Florida, Thit the marriajre of
with
/ .re//Ac county court to judge jurisdiction of the case; anti if ilie newspapers published in this
-YOT 5Hilfy in vacition {forth the Chirlott3: Courter with Isaac: ; Cour- thyre
be said
by setting ground : no such court, then Territory.Sec. .

ar 3ltrll'1' enclosed and the name of the owner ter, be and the same is hereby dissolved cause slull be tried in t the in-xt adjoining 3. Be further enacted That
1 50 ,
( vcar and
:
the said Charlotte i iI is
Subscription payah!** in advance. of the adjacent land, and such judge is : county where a foort ol competent the said trustees, shall at any tame,
released!
from
hereby her
ADVKRTiiN e;. -F.vcry advertisement hereby cmpo'vered and directed toI marriage jurisdiction may !be Wld. when thereunto required by ho

_'.u .. ;...!.jh. n! one column and measuring I i issue his order 10 three disintere-sted j contract, and restored. to all the 'i iI i Approved! .Inn 21, 1S27.I County Court aforesaid render to
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PI ILl" than twelve 'lines oft:Ms: type first I- view the said fence j I rights, privileges and] immunities of a I
\11 tin
J'lCtn1o e! : housekeepers to I act 10 amend an act fmitled '*an act to i said court a true account of all

inc'rll/\11 one dollar! each weekly ('on lin II- or repaiJ, & to ascertain and :adjudge 1 fume sole.. ,'I provide for time iaying off the town of, their proceedings, and of the monies
fifiv! rests ; longer and' wider! onc at I Sec. 2. And be it enacted Tallahasseeand :
wire the be further the sale of the lots therein. and
woik amount to paid by tlItpar specialities arising from the said
and ,
Kislc
fame rate figure That Jle it cnac'd the Governor and
me I the aforesaid Charlotte Cour. ; by
IOUbF' price for the! frt inscition ; ty owning the adjacent lands, and) the sale, it shall he the duty of the co"i- '
( ,. tli"l'a! \d-I il I (ter shall, from nd after the passage: .LCV istative Council of the Territory '
b
,crmeats will tastefully snid; three housekeepers shall be ,worn missioners to pa)' the same over to the
jf them and of this act he called and known |I of Florida, That there shall be apt -
v
: reOitI'U' t:) the nati' ( !I well & truly to examine siich fence or I by order of the said court, to be dealt
li meamred l by uia CI' (If this! size t., pe.jsert.tI the name of Clinrl'itte I Smith.i j pointed by the Governor, and Legis-

\Vh."ti at "mn-ival*', (hat is. not j.rtt''l 5n- j! repairs, nnd true report to :!t.lke, withOut I Appro\ed Jan. Ita, 1.-. lativc Council, one Commissioner, with by the said court in such manner ,

... everv w .-< iv. (from the first to the j j I favor or affection! and where they j as it shall deem most beneficial to the ,
| An act toe3tabl5- the of Nrt WtI) shall hold his oflice for
bit: iuM-jt'oiO, ,- nr'i I inMlion will" }he t';.irg. .;I IfOI j judge it rijrht laat! a moiety of the County seat <-:; one heirs of the said John Tinner.

"I\t'r.i."I1'; ; .-\aiounts; for' I sau County. \ year, and keep the same at Tallahassee : -
nr\v : -
1 charge shall he $paid; they shall: give be it enacted the Governor and ; :Sec. 4. He it further enacted. That
by
whose
aJ eit'M I!7 ,.\\ihle' alw.us! on denniid. I duty it shall be to carry:
I ,., ";-i\ ('011tr3I"t.in bo IlJaetpith'' notice thereof() the owner or possessor Lcqishifirc Council oft/ic. Teiritory :: into execution the several provisions the said Trustees shall not be discharged

(<).>;;" v' !uwish! to advoili"'.l.v the year.t of the land to be charged, if a resident r(!f 1.oridll, Tint the county seat of I'of uu act, entitled an act to provide from the allegation of the

")" ( or.niMil'ot ions uti ,Tt, d to W. I of the couutv! I ', where such viewers Nassau county, snail llw situated West : for the laying off the town of Tallahassee bonds }hereinbefore prescribed by

I i h li..h': I':1:''!I:11t.IPII.n,1'd 1'4i't! tlla:\1.l-tCI Vcnsaotb, -AiJi I reside, and I if-1- not, -t hy ;ui 'dvertiso-- ofu line, running South from Capt.Natlnnis1 ; and for the sale ol the Los tbem to be given, until after the heirs

L ..,.- _. ..1.,....-.. ---.1_ _.. mert for;: two weeks in some paper! Wiles' lan provisions
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--" -',,....., r' .". (J't'''' cbI \ ,.. primed in tills Territory: and if after I River' mi.east! euier on
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"' .t. Mich notice Ih\ '' ; be proceedings of the said
_. parlies to charged: i -d the
-:. ::.= ,::::- -- --- --- ---:, I 10 leadinrrfiom! camp P ;nkney on'l jdutirs of his office, shall eii't-r :into trustees,
any of them sh til fail refuse to : said court shall deride:
or : or the St. Marv's river J. k to order such
to n
_t........'t"l', "; ..,,.:.?.'.'".11.:.,... 7 pay the amount .mtLj : sged! ii{;on J proof i on the*. Uiver: ,S;. J oh'! .; ; 'fjiJlu I! of the Territery, to be bvtno discharge_ and from- n_ rIm____ -mnnme--------. .!:InrI.. ...
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.. thvrenf: Iw 'ror'j oi tip '* specialities from thc said
-- := .c 'l : ftity. justice : I < .. J-iinr-A t..rli''I'; uavfj; 1 t 1'7$$.J same, conditioned J for the faith.uipurfoimnce ; arising au-

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for t'ie' s;!i(1Ijtl ;ii'e Jo issue h ,s warr.m- lli ;nlnom and Lewis I authored to retain atfilU
!
fihtiiey I all monies him I
;. for hy ; lert-ivod! & paid
:
'. 1'7-. ..,, '.. :1 uj..iiNt; such fur the amount -ouInl4gt compensation to be divided
,
.w !.. I {purty be-ind! :t1110:1''f't:
./j -*../..'.-'..... ,0;:t'Y'tI:.... :'-':'--- .. jnui. they aro hereby appointed $ out igrocMhiagrcc.tbly] to the |)rovisious I tneui tin
!
'.J ti. centum of all .
: ; pur m m
Xjjjs "V commisoioncrs: to select the moilsuit.jhle of i'.iNn't.: ; I e$
*,.t". 3. He ifur1i'i'rciocIcd i ThatWurie and specialities by them
I paid to
i : ; place f for! ilie --,. -} county sit Sor. rnaeled That over
\\\e\ ;ItJ'trihcr
Kichmnnd 0.
l'rni I he lndg. I the .
a partition I i-ire i shall hrr.e: I ol IS.issiii: : Col: ny! \:1:1: : the houidariCa : rourt, aether} w ih the iino'intol
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it sii'i'i! : of
.
bl' commisaioi
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A \ iiiikec 1)1"- l le 'i"v s'lui such
5 hern constnictfat! :he e\p"ii-e: of : ln-rein i before mentioned.Sec. i necessary and ivoidablo extiLUJCa -
:< r ;o ;ill .kc.: :i ruo report :If \IJipro'c'tlH I I
A I ACT. oiupnny to the division, ;So party: : so L\ \nd\ bt it further cnadrf [ attending said '!ivtso.i: ui'l sale
I ,
: iH the
!! : m ii -t !.1,, :incl'sdliig l ; :
is:
1\I' r.l'l lIt t>\\.IiIh1llel: antl N'v.Vor'c, constructing; the same shall lji\o hi. Th > <>s the t nd trustees shall have in-
.tJiy ci <)1 r ;acts, rout : ro thepjovisions
'11 i." 1\: t'*'e.l.tH'% .h..il nnijf lluH work .iry iimouMt' :! of money; ieoevL'd; 'lie amount t o-.K'ird.
for the be I
the
recourse to by
.,.. i'ir: .i.i'i 1,11 lfil dinj.1 stun paid 1 of this: art, be, and the am.' lid
:
l', ni :> a ; tor moiiex. }p oui: ::ne (ilitittUtm 1 I
.. neighboring: nrty,5n the in:;ner; hureinhefore 1 Sec. :>. Be it further enacted. That
j lepenle/l.
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in' lieieby:
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11"" t 'II II.I '( \lay, I m ih.e; f jui I the! s-iie of thiiiots I i t tOuiiicrh : I I
> ., C-n, ., hum, ruvid'd fur : awl I : tilt- stud lifts shill hive lull
v. \11 u nor 1'1-\1'; ./ acerhining I I. "\proved; J.HI 1 S. I IS-; lf-1 I power
all ami MJiniKir of hit t r 11I ,
\v > ,
t.n: ::11 t UM !of'CI al dwfin--ffs:: stay.u : adjutigi the value of such I within tliH-c after beco.naof
; constructicn.s An aci ';tt'ic'! reh.-f of !1.*< \\'tlii-:; ) \'X :IK--. I years tileS
jtnu :,. >n> niivl prrncii and pray ; tic kkIb:i, uii'iiii o-ie week :st\-r the s-t- :
? aid: re-jjairs. if enacted,,i lir t 'lit"'tv tf.d .ie to investigate the sale of any
", it that t'ie'' makcis, of the flit LenKl i l itive 'ounnl. .
i oil
l.tiii
tiappfiK =
Passed: December; :;() h. 1 ISilo.H. Legiilafirc Count of the J ; .t.Jl"1/ I property made under the provisions
in I i Ii; 'S aiiic law, liccomes it? !>rekIer'! licit : ctl'/ 'ThatiKuhin .
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:Ser. 3. further 'r. ](
,
JlS-if-i.: I i 're lo tho..'. not II'gicI.1Iurs.ImI"i 1) STONi :{lltl/rid/i, 'I'il t 1 Lt .! "' \\ .U'I: !.II of this act, and to set aside and render!

1 !!? their oivii roirnpivd naiuics, 'r'icif':1r: ; E.oi'lhe Leyi.ilafire! Council.GKJKfiK 'i\ ColU'! '. (ior lbri!: {; ( ,'tJial:; '" of :I kI I i I !-"' IUM!Tn: C'Mit.iiu'ju. sii-dl u'noriaC null :and void, or recover the amount
TL\ut: CkrL
'J ii I he I l' this !hrman Saw Jncline) Rejected Jaiuarv;.',, l ;:!t>. : [7] l ,irlii-1, -illtiU'cd: ui I hrs >-. ; K. tm-i I,' j I i the sai'l: 1'\llihh'I'Hll'r to Hi.ike: a- in duinajvs: of any contract or contracts -
than if it divine.! for the further erection of
were '
=>
u more \VM. I'. I Ut\7.\: with 1 :h<- :I'le-i-un': : of l ih- "i"T.I\' '. i,t ;iv c \Jlrl"t entered into by virtue of the

( of late, :. Governor of 1 he Territor of Kluridi. I a credit! lor ;al! monies! ;iiiv li '-i 1 b I i hC: ;.;ilol.J I flowers, here VPitoH. .rlit...<*.li.. mz2nnPr
\ YnnK(*<\ so sayK :fl4vb, \ 1 n ---- ----- '-- -&
Jrt"
Ja.iary 6th IS:!;, Hrron'nidcred and I Sc-l. lie it further enacted, That
w kite tuueliin on. Nov-York: State, inn and not I lefundnl, dufirir: : Ju-! n>- 10 be fraudulent And the said trustees -
it'i' a slnut horse liitlsleek I and fleet, p; "st'ci by the requisite majority.An .I' .-.i.l;i i. r..inuivs'jtiL'r shall\ instead of shall
i cent Indian tliNlurhaiK''sii! : h> dt' in.ii-: not parchasc any of the
.
aci ivinoNaihan Shackleford and
J 'Mui.IIH! wac!'on ail mjtlfte! .r.'vii--, i>-. ('I' the:! money to the Secrov -
airy nuihoriie. of \ \I. ;iiu ; herein mentioned.
j EmillIerJel: the rsrlitnive navigation I : I. ;o : \ property
l
:.i vuj't by !.iji ire V..II-Botll'idatthf"ry .I' for the act al-
i. provided by
: .is m I'"
and portjiseofHoInn's'! Creek.Vc cha e ainiiiuiiition ih. l.'j-i Approved January 20, 1827.
V .' n "c.n! in hil;'.n' I)'Iha! 1 U jabher ; or !!' i- Iii ,i-i ) !:I this: act, that it shall be !his ,:, .-. ,.. ---.. .-..- -...-.. ....
l j
J.' i.n; ."'j. you know f M di ... 1IJ't. and ; till1: lbI1tIV.'' alive 1 ; v i > .,iy ;he suie over to the Teri ItLLArTLz.
"tuu pale Legist Council the ieverin'l! ,
2 .\ > of! Territory 's"" t tint s.urn I u-ua Ld!h! :$..' I
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i <'-..l 5,'' cris!: .lolin, I must go tliro', ofYrtnV// That tin.-oxrluhivf ri'ht Xt.l'J ; ;;'.1 1 Treasurer I of ;I his Territory. I -- : :--;------;===: _==-:.
l1)'du.1: ; ::=. I from the. Ntic-York L'nqurer.Rencontrc.Tiie .
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'.: ,n? a.4 v 'i 11 .. (' enacted That'
I \ f" 3 tif ,s- ,-. ;-j. He further ,
portage I J prints
the! fuse
do\\n .
: j I" v > iu pall iv -. from the sale of
'. j'! v (.u shall %vI litf for me a )line, Creek, with boat*;, barjres, and such I I An act to repeal) ;
'f > ;-snilv' : that I iity pr.< .'' other craft as they may think proper, } the rcliff of l .J'(dmJ ti.u-i'v ." i th- lois of the City of last S.uurday; between two gentlemen!
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I :1..n 1 !t ian' get r : < .cticle l.4''t I Be it i'ocernvr 'pid over to the Trcasm'pr as atore-
y .p and to carry t freight up and down tin e nested: bu the and near the exchange, which we have

:' ,> \1 IHlY take th,- hru ?u,1 l write, for( hire is Lf'J.'is ;til'c Council the I s-iid, shall not he ued for any other notice.; It the
.A d i d," 'ide l on all, day ami night ; j same; hereby vested in N. I of Ttrrit-iry ; for the debts al- I not had lime to seems -

lIe') iioj. \ \ all/ Iat! i ti,'- iies, 1 Shf.ckleford t and! E. Mcrlet, their : oj Florida, That nu ar.t entitled an purpose than paying assiiihnt first knocked down his man

!.id al: da de loa\' lai. ic'qinics." j! heirs and assJuus, for, and during:, the] : act for llll' re1ieI of J',hn Y. Garey, leadydue for he election of the Capitol with his: fist and then inflicted some

I i term of t five years after tht passage of aIprovts1] December Gui( 1825; bo, and! for the erection of the balance strides! with his: cO\V5kin-lhe sufferer '
T'IO' thi clmit'Js soon as !i:lid of the which be
; rr was ; buildings may
I this act. and the same; is hereby repe'letl.; rt-srcated drew a pistol and snapped
John kin'\\ n in 'IVI l.o !kept :i r-1tIC of :goods to s..II. Sec. 2. lit further. enacted, Thatif Appiovt-d.Jan. i>0, 1S27.: provided f hv i it at his antagonist-the blows were '

tl! '.. !Dutchmanveil An act to > o\idei'ur holding terni* of the Sec. (). Be ;tfistltcsC7llCtc(1, That followed another '
Aid : > l.r the ; any }person: shall carry, in any ho u, p I then up, wm-n (pistol -
f' t..t. H and hii> tiy: wiole. Superior Courts in difiV-jcui c'>unticvitlunthe > the said commissioner sh.ili receive : flashed
pl"l1 .barge or 01 her w.uer craft, any pro- was .1i' .WI1 and the priming
-'1I1.-til:1tt'h': t}I(' ion,'" iti2 note : i \ Territory and for other purposes. :asj compensation for all his services, :
duce merciianlZ" whaiever the inoir.ii of the assailant) withOut -
,
cotton at
\ ;a:1": meeivcd ofJuhn ..1. Gum, or I I .
all
Jlr Lute Day: deliver him either up oi-ciown die suid creek, I He it enac'fi by the Guvcnwr and i one and a half per centum on and nio- going olT-by this time a great _

(;WI\I, that four hnndird dollars! C'Mty during the; period aforesaid, and receive \11fi.ff'r Council of hr Territoryof 'i I nps l h. him received, ;ami one him it i crowd had! assembled, and the u.irtiesvfro

You !h e sure the'"11 rot be !lost, h tIt"per centum on all monies by but u-itil the niliv
ited
may -
not
i for th"
any ; as freight same 11'tint oftlifTerritorv \ sopar' ,
Tor call eta pay \ I' lq, u/q. T>vi m! p-irt I
cn me, on ,
JUlY ) paid out.
.
in whatever the :!lu'll attacked v.w; dreadfully: cut up.
any manner pc-iton if riorMl-ilv'iii, 1 \ West of
Antl} you in cash sb v have your par. ( : !; Sec. tic ii further enacted Tint
t. staled that he Iud
llt..1nlp Ix'injr I;nisj:/'tl, to the :!tnl'Tb. or persons so ofiendini:, I Iirhirolsh i ill bo I Tin' i )a-l-iut then

., '"I'aff)1'chmalt, f M'I his une : the said! N. Shackleford and E. Mer- so much .of an art, en! 1111(1 an act. 'opi lat CII pn tcd and placarded in the puli-
'he
known hv of the westerndistrict.
John jook ,;'11liti the UHIIIF )v !f !tor laviiij .mfltlte I t I.AVII ol t T'd-,I
it Vq'iire good dayAnd I I coward i
; ; let their heirs douilo thr lic streets as; a :au a scoun
or assigns !
: rritorv
I; All! that of Vd T' t
l( t. t iv.-t : I .. .. .tinl of the lois
;;o\ fully t''cnt on his way. amount of the freight so received to jj.tladiro-I l.ihs :.t' the s.ile I du4 uid other bird names, by the _ _ _
Hard! !hy; the Mule he pass'd the night, ; lyirjtr Iv'si: 1 ofsn.l f \ ; ; :! tint ihero sin]
I 'aU'd ba recovered before a ma isirate or therein requires : ,ifii! just alUckc!, WithOut provocation -
on the merciiant; at day light, la ri VII 'usWe! tot S'lwanuev t nvrr, : beth.'ee roiiMUf.sionershe third s ctiou .;
Kf'pi\(ci t1l(' goods and oiTlic) went court having jurisdiction of the stirr.e. of the : nul that he refust'd to recall, or
shal1! 1)(' known liy tIP! u-"iie .
With Sabbath breaking well content. : ci'si ti act, to'..','ctiier with. 'ill o- and he h.I,1!
uo
Sec. 3. Be itfurthcr enacted, That : MM'lle: District, rsn.l; -1! dma p.irt of ,I ot inconsistentwith fxpl-iiu, or ;apologize,
: ;if the said N. Shaekleford and E. I ;herprts SlId not, alternative but topimishlum. It w.s along
the : s'"d Territory h'in Es and Southof
Ire lonsr: the merchant on 'squire !! : tlie ro'isi'II" of ih> act, be aud
)
Cali'd. about payment to enquiie, Alcrlet, their heirs or assigns i should Suw'inney" river: sh:dlP! keowu by ; time before order was restored Sc

Show *, 1 him the note-like ,tny \ ixonII" fail or refuse, for the sp ce of three1; the mine 'd'i:too Eu"ten: Oi.irict.Sec. li tin amu are hi-reuy. r'pealed.Jan.,t :21, 1827. the crowd dispersed. We remember .

nir out DtnuItT.! l,lc'cd, and blitzcn, months, to keep a sufficient number : 2. LJf further eiiace'l.rIlilat pproH seeinir a hand bill in Wall street, posting -

I ai.i one finlish created ass, I I Aa act lo aut.iorize the sale certain pro- indeed it was broughtto
.'* of boats, barges or other craft, to' JlIlLre for the Court of John this person,
Hat is A to' cot tain .ran,;. c pas I tH' Superior perm fur the beuriil of the heirs ot
.- I product or merchandize I us to publish, which we declined
-- -- --- ---- transport up} th'' Eastern District shall; hold a T.iuner.

L.I) 't'VS OF; x'LoaxDL: or down said river, the privelege here j i court at time county soit of Jacksonville ; I Be it enacted by the Governor andLgis1atzvc doing, and on meeting the gentleman

:=::- ------ shall i the subsequently, he related to us the o-
and be void. Council Territory
granted cease in the of Duv !, the of
:; county! :! .! on i __ _u rn It the
".I \V4i.T. Sec. 4. Be further enacted, That 1 I j first Mond'iyni April "I lid I'ecejnber! ( f Florida, That Lhzabetn Tanner, rigin of the quarrel. seems

tho County Court Washington at j William S. and John M. Pope parties boarded at the same house
in each year; and as the place appoint Pope,

their next session, shall make such'I; ed in conformity wiih the act of Con- he and they arc hereby appointed and fell into a trifling dispute whetherthe

of for I with the trusts and I letter U did not always followQ.
rates freight produce, merchandize gress.I :; trustees, powers I
I and before which was the origin of the difficulty
and cotton to them I duties hereinafter prescribed .
; as may I Sec. 3. Be further enacted, Thati -_ _

seem just : Provided, that the rates i i the Judge( of the Superior Court for f they shall enter on the dischargeof and led to recrimination, threats

adopted by said court shall not be less the Middle District shall hold a court any part of the same, the said trustees and high words, posting, flogging

han those now paid for freight on I Ion the third Monday of April and shall severally give bond with pistolling, &c. &c.
: .. ." In the street brawls and quarrels of
said creek and until l said court makes more good and sufficient securities -
An ( October in time County of Gadsilen! two or
in .
act regulating the proceedings con. should take no
: such the said N. Shackle- be approved of by the county individuals the_ public_ .
Mructiug partition fences. regulations, at the seat of said county, and to ; A. *
or repairing county
ford and E. Merlet shall have a right court' of Gadsden County, to the interest ; but the safety ot that PUbliC
ftf it enacted by the Governor and I as the place appointed in conformitywith of demand
and the character city
l-tiflative Ctninrilofihe Territory to ask and receive for freight of any .. the act of Congress in each year. judge of said court, and his successorsin notice of our this affair., lit
fifteen thou- some passing
of Florida, Thit: from and after the articles, either carried up or down Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That office, in the sum of and

first day of March next when any. said: creek, the same rates they are the Judge of the Superior Court for sand dollars, to faithfully discharge a civil, quiet community, government
aforesaid. of laws and public opinion, post"
authorized sli-'ll I IM now receiving. the Western District, shall hold a the trusts and duties
person legally : interdicted. It i is
desirous of constrKcling or re-pairim Passed, January 17.1827.Rejeeted court in the county of Jackson andas Sec. 2. Be itjurther:enacted, That ing should ever be and the '
January 20, 1827. shall have to : the mere ebullition passion
said power
the trustees
a partition f fence, he or she shall proceed January 21st, 1827, reconsidered, and the place appointed in conformitywith division and to lay expression individual opinion. One -

by {pivinij at least ten days' no- passed (by the requisite majority. the act of Congress, on the first adopt a plan the, lot of land ,I' man calling another a coxvtrd and a

?icc of such desire, to the owner of theadjacent i An act to amend an act, entitled "an act' to Monday March and September at off the same upon of the scoundrel, does not necessarily provo

% premises or in his or ho. ; incorporate the City of St. Augustine." the county seat of said county, in each known by the description but itis confessedly
LR it cnacted the Governor and \ North West quarter of section number him to be so ;
:Absence to the tenant in possession by year. > i .' ouonco r! _:..1..1,

of the same, and if after such notir< legislative ( 'ouncil of the Territory Sec. 5. Be it further enacted That I!: thirty three, township tour ana range most aggravating and directly tending; pauum to a
and the said humiliating,
mid -f Florida, That the corporation of the Judges of the different Districts ;. six, North and West,
by default! of the owner or ten: I brearJi of he If there could
authorised peace.
aforesaid shbe '' >* City of St. Augustine he, and theye are hereby ordered and empowered to i i I i commissioners are hereby
uil t ,
nr mu agreement of such of the lots be any justification in one man posting
sell and dispose
herebynested with the to Clerks for tho respectivecourts to
made us to such intended, con power appoint fit and another, it must arise from some deep
leases the of shall : laid off as to them may seem I
mt to keepers gaming above who so
s mentioned
function then the ; 1 for which other
or repairs, party for the benefit of the heirs and deadly injury, no
1
intenflinn 'nnd uiises or tables, and to levy a tax one reside and keep their offices at the : expedient, but hJw
uotifvin1 may proct3flSuch .i of'John Tanner deceased and to redress can be obtained ;
: same : Provided, that such tax of their respectivecourts ,
holding
places tri-
construction atth- of the
or repairs, such posting could grow out
nil not he less than the sum of fifty for which be appointed. ; make such sale and disposal upon
J'-mt expense of both parties, and ti- they may and at such times as to vial dispute referred to is astonishing.An .
'such
umonm of money to be contributeby >liars per year upon any one table. terms Provided thatno offence so aggravating, must
Passed January 17. 1827. Sec. 6. And be enacted, them may seem fit.
the party failing; to agree as afor* further shall be have led the offender to anticipate an
said lois
January 20 1827. of the
Rtjtcied, the sale of
*aal! That all shall be tried in any
shall bi in the maniie. causes which he did anicipate by
; adjudged
Hec':nsideied. aid passed by the requi- unless the same shall be doneat attack, ,
made
i
1 jercLriaftcr povulodfor.! fite nityorlty, Jtnuaiy 20th, 1027. county where the defendant may re-




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is now unim I r M. Cillis, Midshipmen ; ) C. Ca- I* to Jcccp up a eoitilivt, itroir
slling Imnself with p1st ols. Snpjibso f r enclose to you for publication in your ; that tLC course justice hoone, Captain's Clerk ; Asa Rogers against our careless, perverse andI'flVIOtIe!

iht tor)' to be true and he had paper, their piesentment of this term peded. I John Legislators; 10 obstinate,opii1 ,,!iinol.,1t
Saihuaker
K-.Hfd! ihe; us: ihsnt, the law never 'I in relation to the Indians. By inserting i It is an important right, which the Gunner. Hecket ; obtuse in the faculties Of their fa! nd'' and
free countries and Win. Pemherton (W. H. Pendlcton they, that reason, *"'*
would! }hu\e cleared} him ; lor no man it in your paper, you will as well!! people of all enjoy, toI I Purser's sen"ie alone have little argument aad UtMl
under whIch they are ) Sipward.Caution. or no
)has the'court and jury as serve have the laws eB'ect
inilict ( oblige u"11
;t njjht 10 an outrage uponfhr them ; ridicule and latire
A counterfeit 100 billIon then
$ ,
character of smother and then, the interests of this coimnunity. "overned, made public as soon after brought, in aid, to bear shOUld **
I upon
tiiem"Tue
the U. S. Rink detected
,s 1.<'0 !Jc r t( mjjtcd to redress himself, Very respectfully, sir, they are enacted as possible ; but it I was yesterday commencement of tbe forezoin, .
in this newly morning by one of our city tract is so '*
U- Kill )iUl. ;o.ve the as- Your ob't servant, ij the more necessary complimentary to u*, that
iij ; person where the inhabitants : banks where it wasoflbred for depo I should not have !laid i it before "'
i; ,
settled our
tl.e assailajit and Thomas Randall country ,
tnili'i: }Jrul fit (.d! a: had not some individuals rea.c1trs.
of sit. It m-ide of a large remit (whuse
:
from various sections part
the} }i\i\ fiis>iii; him, should] have kil- Middle District of Florida, have come has been suchhat, in perforlQiog, COUQuct
and have been accustomed tance from Albany where it was ta- Our duty
vi\\ ::1 tuis.'ii m ihe crowd, it would OCTOBER, 1827. } the U. S. v* have beea obliged to bear bud
laws. Vtro therefore respectfully I ken genuine. As it is probable there them,) aud their friends up.
to diUx-rein taken ,
hurt (HIit tnvrtlfr and the bloo-i 01! an I The Grand Jury on the part of the I pain
been request the Governor, if it are more of the same kind, in circulii to convince those more favorably disposed
jnn'Mtii wIld have on
United States and
.prison sworn specially towaidi us that our course
take suchrntasures tion will endeavour point out the has been
the hern 1)1.mftat ; thus to be within his power, to we and .. bOlll
m'I1, a pre charged: tinder an act "to regulate improper unpopular.
believe -
.pjssion; ;'iii revintro.M truli-: and intercourse with the Indian I as will assure the publica- i j marks- -by.which it may emsiIybe. '. .distimiguisited .- neither of these, and we have .ufficenf'it '

It js t ler lh.it ihi.s posting! and this tribes and on the I tioll of the laws which may be passed \;. from the genuine bills ills fidence in the mass of the People S-beJieYe cuu.
preserve peace 1 I the next Legislative Council, at jan j i I numbered! 1363, dated Philadelphia that the course which our duty leads ,
JWI '"'-\\ hipping in the public iteet.s, frontiers with the at
ai e duly impressed will
meet, as it has heretofore" ?
'nr(- bo'h ili'L'! !;'l and iinJHs! .fi.it'h} ?, and, importance of the service which they I I I earlier period than those which :, ;:3d M iy 1823, and made payable: to their pursue approbation. ,

i in tinpresent 1 niMance l have nearlyled have h id to perform, and have given I I were passed at the last Coun '.. I II I the order! of Charles S. West, at their We are of the same opinion as oar

'o ihe >tn .i,;'iU) of hum in )blood) to the subjects which have come be- We present as a grievance to the I I olfi'-e of discount and deposit in NewOrk.mus respondent, with regard to the monev aJlu.tor.

and tHILl' greai: ii'M'redn of ocr peaceable : for them for consideration nil that I community, the evil practice which I l signed N. Bidclle i President, ded to-but suspect that the Goternor j U
the least liable
Thus. \\I' Cashier. Cast not in for it ; he i iY ..,., _..__
'i in Tallahassee.intoxication! I II )It. your
Ou omits of jn.siicc are' prevails ; ,
< ii\ reflection which) their various aud !r blaraeable for approving a Uw .CIT

in.ld .ill'j; < in .i} 'erale in SMch cases; jio>..sinj;: diiiies would admit.We I I by .spirituous liquors! and believe that eye (irst t'o ; tc!;: following words of the Secretary to collect! this money.rectn.,

lU'tl' Wt'ICIa'j 11 tii; <* c.iuses and piovucnnn. : present as a great and serious I I many of the crimes and misdemea- German; Text, in the body of the :. requiring( liini t!} give security as well wtfhcut*,
\winch; have been made known counterfeit and will find t them I another, but this :blame; must also!
.-> ;; hut we know tho materials grievance, the location of so many lit-I i.on> ; you I, the Members of the besh

of wiitl* 11.' v are rOl1lp.J t'clBet\, dians in Territory. who, we to us during the present term, were I II I spelt and put together tints-" ( ffiCf !1 it by-ami the Governor Council *?? pSS.J '

and I I directly or indirectly occasioned; by !I\\t f cHscnuttr Dtpi'Situi." This is so I tannJtjstly beresio.ismble 1d I
wJitm-ver iuiuie >
in energy rxanijle lieve, }possess no inherent right \o the ; ur u loss sustained[ by
their
,ne mrre.ssary, ihey) \% ill f.ll1j I! sod.! Aud the evil k considered I'I such evil practice:;. \\ e therefore i c'.tin-dy! : done, that no one who will omission.Mr. .

Iiett\.' on tl-e 1 lie-id oJ he of!'T.der.JiiftHaitinn : j i I iiiuch more serious, as they are JwrI! I I n.'t.IHI'Wild to tho next Legislative i take the precaution to look, c'lu be de VAX BcRrx and!, the writer of the :letterquoted

> Council the of a law, laying ceived.FBI i ahove, our correspondent LVCUKUUS
II ) ncfnuti < I mined tin in bodis.v p usage -
: < n. I I. 10 : em two separate} ; seem all to agree as t.> th? .' '
tIC
T A Miii'li. 'ii paperadvrjrises: :tI black -,nu in dIP heart of the most j| tax upon all retailers of spirituous liquors :: I Irguiatiun" with which our Tenitorv has vU'

n
uliei j. .,l/out 25 'i 1' uf atre, llis1lf. and the other in a part which:, :i ., entertainment.. II the latter, who liaualr.- ; it s: ably.

&C turns up sit Jut ///;/, h nl ou I), from its climate: is well sui'ed' fur i| \\ l piesfiit as a. gricvmce, t the 1- I Iiemper.iare.letter- received
y from
'((." V. }hu: a nuzzle I that IIIU.N! he ', somrof lu- 1110 valuable prouuctiins I i j bail siti-aiion Of'the roads generally I friend contains the following pxcvlleru

J It I !ih'it Jclloiv conn's atnoim u?, w of the country.Thex I[ in .his county, and recommend the marks.which we rake the liberty of-.';''vir;, .,

n.ii f( n sMilv! siM-uni h'm-he thrill! have been) permitted, until I| county CiJ-H t to enforce: the laws, against lot the benefit of our readers. u r V Vr
ti!j those who have neglected of Drunkenness exists in this pJ.icr, : :
irtdir foot ','IIIIv
iiul r'f 'jiiiiKinii out >- i sx '. }('! to roam through every part most thrni-rhoutthc District
to
IJ*>M* Is \w'o he sue -zi cIIt I i is ) ul'ihc country, carrying ofT aul 1 ;a.!,

mote tls. n the ntxe \\ la.'J.. fi-.ijiitenod: : properly to a very l.: rj0[ ftI I i I! : do not, to be sure, always get so couplet'*

S1J.I"J t II aiiZ.J I'.wftin! f i ini'.s.Thr I mtwr.;. \whicti no compens.it'uni: has i \represent as a grievance of tonI .. ly drunk, s to make zigzag in walking...

been Iligh hav I tiiderable: importance, the want of the but they arc daily more or I >ssii.roxic e4
im'Jiue of I I l"al'-\n>lIclt (!. Tlicy IIi many m- by incessant tippling, fraoi the
moment
sl :N if r, \vii-) jirromp'Mi'd 'hi :ninics st'i'i ci, stripped some oft IIP. (VoutierseirSirsof i r.ccj'ss'iry! quarantine regulations at they rise; in the laorninjr until their .. f...
r to :HM (01'\I1cl i :a s'm'l F) treas-.tn1 all themouns of subostenre I f'i '::5'e/M f l irk-i .ind rcrom.nend tin sub- I --- -- (NOVEMBER bed. Since have been<7 here this- -Lath

l heft whole fumihes wrotrl 'il i '.vt ;:0 th,: nonce of the next LejrisJ DAY, 2nd. 1827. a prevailing vice among the America
at tijo! nti4inc! tf"jll I c." i" .r \Vilin awl! t jn a .--- ::* ;

unit a v.ev otk.nu) it with him jill sMivinjz situation. Thov I I have.' !b'i\'t! Council: .Vcritt .Rans Pcur.ThcWashitigtoP.eperc I'great numbers of of young and and middle ajed
'' men, naturally good healthv ti.
cou
> their i lianuin and ; \ e presi-nt as a grievance: the .- .- --_ .- ------=
n ;;is r 'n111. APet b.: (!l't nt of iiv. unfriendly coua } tutions in body have fallen victim to this
I 'lIlpd larec number of 'vwt of) Conrt '[LHt', Jail, &c. and ut&'aiuuthe &-- habit. Jl.bitual
111"hc'1 nsade duct (
was pi 'Oner; "Il'! )PIb\ ; orsens I lival of (iGViTiioi UUVAL of Florida in that beastly intemperance will

fi-ni lo Shc; ia, and only lerovrred) ; from <'/lrttting! to, and sttiling: ; ; [I rerom :ii"ui! to thC Cotsnty Court I City, ou the )1 lh Octol "-i- ; ai.U stutt, that: lie protuce premature death in all dimitcs_

ii': m.prt! ,\' :1 ;!1" 'lIJ H t. t ya :r On I I i in.iijis, 'IVrritorv- au.l thry* hr.ve mir-: I (o t'tke siK'h mca ul"s us are necessary i I will:; remain there some tiaj ou .ublic bn- it but kills in this many climate, even the in the human Northern frame States:

: j'e'-U'Junii \\ilsu lit' ,' -niei! !hered his!; i I I[ dered some of our: ullnt1t! n'JI1! citizens II I- t for their: election ; and! more par : ,ial"i tand it above tbrec or four years,at cannot.uo t"

Ijj-J i h'lt tr'.*sI ije, and ii'i,'r ttacng out I i I in the I most horrid and inhumanjup.nnor. :i iej:j ;rly ri romo'-tun' .j J ;;:I, 1 in i which I \Ve: fiom the Florida Advocate the i: Our correspondent is perfectly correct m

til% .:: \viitne hid; hid, it, lie went I I Tho! they are at present ptisons n: g'. be kept.with moiesifefvami J j!; Presentments copy of th<* Grand Jury of Leou his! observations with regard to this degrading
I.
-I tu ..:l kc it ;;w \. \\ hat; was his asItuiUl'jnen I I partially: : restrained, we seriou'-iy: apu'ehcnd less expense. Count at the late Term of the U. States' vice-in our Southern climates a largeportion
of the victims
to
epidemic diseases
lei find in ;,1 1 1ce tfhis mo- j I | that the time is not far: di.- We i :-f5fiit ast: grievance to the (-uci..HCourt for the .Middle District I have had their constitutions weakened

. jiey, <:'! '11 t'"; i ii\X, t'Lllt'-:;!lIng" letter ,!r tautvhon our country will! a(aiu be people oi' this;; counJv. ;a 1.ivv 1 ptsed( i u f i ithe of I'loiida, and we trust thnt they will be I I are predisposed to disease from habitual and
j
a'''.'c c..j i 'o ii. ni. ;ill whicii a cunimer- I. visiierl with! those horrid calamhies: List ses'.Ion; It f t the Le-j: ;I l'it'-ve. I ICounril aitciitivt-ly Till i prt-scntiuetir jcra.-ed r>witn y our regard) '-ons.to the in- I intemperance.:-most of those persons of

; (.f1! 1..J,.,. '\ u;. ii.'ioiu'd, at N'aitcv, : which} always spring from ill-govcrtn 'i euiiie: : l l1 ;act m rirKiii'itiji! ; 1 j :; diHiis ;itfii Agtryjif vi.wof the! disiulvaiua- ::temperate habits who take these disorders
well
I recover :hen nursed and
wlt.-<. :In- >a .-hi receive the sum bnu.Iis and ferocious sava 's.'n are well 'ho pr .c''p
)..vt: ', :: inerest: since the ycrr ii'.f-irmed, that they are very niiich! i rep tiring partition I'-uc ..>," and re- I ) in utu IVniiory, arid fcc.iinmctiiU that I funning; but a email minority of the victims.
in-lit ill Sil itoic obj--I, t.o! -uijval oftiumt'r
t. H'f1 2 -1. iie soldier ) Ut)1)(1(1 this: v.:as disorganized amongst themselves: : ndin q'!est our representative j ;! z in th" Council : 'n i iiin; no. \Vo fear, however, that intuit ".Uut Intcmpeiance and Duelling may be

ali a ho ix ; he writ, however, to the I many respects, wovcfnaLle.Ve. to !u.se Iii: exertions:: to h.ivc it ruI I I iuttaiii the I Indians themselves; cannot I:.classed I together, in one respect ;Divines

lioase; po med out, where he received arc therefore of the opinion thit it is pealed. I IVc i lie [,ci Budded tlia- iia\ for their; iiitertt I: subjects may preach in vain and, Editors until Public may write Opinion ou these, the

)his capl..il.'ith twelve ye.irs1; !interest. the solemn duty of the U. Statl' Uo- \ rr pectfnlly t tender to his II M- j i !'J inov- 1'1 tilt their |.>i'0nt location ; but regulator: of public morals, shall frown on
i that : "', i il''! view ( C. t Hoi/ t t to acr>inip'n.sii
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tlu-y
Vviih :ilns stirn he established) a smvll) I vernment to take such immediate, lor JiitltM.-! Randall: our thank: : j lor: the j I Y these vices. and consign those! wno p.'ipctti'ato .
I t icir fi-iiiovnl as a u to the
! busni'ss ai Nancy, which enables him I It ; con. ,,1! of them, as will ensure pro- patient ;and imparti'-l manner in which! t i iLLOe log :(.' ou's>,j H'S. atteuipt geL tliein: to the level which by their conduct

;' to 1 live com1oJ'lhlhut he Iris never I tfJCli t on) to theciti/.ens of this Territory.Ami tie has discll1m get! his duties during tliujjresout I .eietrvl to perceive that! t'nc Capital 1 of they seem to seek.
The from French work
1 bf'cn ii'le, ;!:101I1!h{ he }has taken! some I we are further, decidedly of liuopiu'on term.We I oui Terrn.iry IMS hera ,li5.rL'.1! (bv "riotj following, a ,
: which find ;in Lc Passe Terns
l.i HII,, tu .-i.scerfiin how his tnone}* wa.- : !! that i it would: be veiy muchto present to Thorn-is, 11 "'1.,11, I I ; ", im.n')1:1! aul d-or.lerly:: proof".lings' I we an
| ":J11 \s .JH-II we have mt b'-en exempt in excelled French Journal l puMMiedin
.ta !)n away and! reMoied to liini. the}: interest of the citizens of this Ksq. acting U. S. District: Astoriu-v: jiur j| inn fFHntt'lHlHl l w s cannot but call toi i ii Now Orleans rel instance of
Jtesnti
Courier 1'rancais. Territory, to the intcr.Mr of the, 1 I.'. thanks: for the able and fii h\il m:\ j i the an,'nii' a 1.1!lour /va'lers tHat tli'u i ia a- salutary -

IVirths ELI"(1nfllJUll.TIH' wife I S. Uo\ eminent, and gjca.'lv:l to the ijjere manner: in wlr; !! he has disch: irgelcry ;!>f nether iei p,'ct.i.i'e (ir.ni-.l Jury or* our punishment' inllicred on a gentleman -
: : C-uin'ry, byV :ItUI \\: are supported in onra.sioi who hud taken glass too much.
: of Mi. ts.vvj I'LCK. ilevo'iiiionary I < >.t of the Indian. tl.emseUes! ii : < \ laborious: duties during tiyHerein I
; I I ; (.,m that some four Cnil ofliivrs "ap- ulu 1809, during the Cam:): Soldier! ) an-1 IN'nsi.Mt-'r li'iIII the they \vt-re speedily removed Ou-i ol I t'fHI.I .
; !JKMI* to h.i'p b.-eii "Plhint'j} uitimut t'ue, 1 of Vienna one of the Physicians ot-
,
I lwl'itltrtI!; ; the French
\ : sifriy delivered! oi a p.iir oj'tvvuis respectfully} request'! that thibpreseiument as willis iho ch'lrl'1 tliai tiiis :!.>dy :.!*.} al( "opiaion that it is I I Army was quartered at
f a.i 1'll"I !)! wliic'i' tie people! of all the house of a respectable old lady, ;i
iiI 'IV
1 1I I
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of IIi; Honor !Ittidall tIe
who, with t lul' moihcr: 1 we he published in the llonda : Judiie_ : : to .
: I i'i .'r coiintrifS ,ij.'y to hu..t ilie laws, un- relative of the Prince of Lichsentin.
nmlv.'us! doitrj ,h. Mr.: 1't-ck I Advocate. (r.iUd Jury, be publijhcij ill the Flu-
.re ,.
wt d.'fviilcii; ; ti'-\! .re "n'flh'll. Ii: !e public One when this physician hhd
day
\- has .lIll't.d his I strcn'ififf'i \ par I Th. M. Bradford riJl Acvttca'riid '"- (!i suof"' /' thty are rn'izled its passiblen.ive warmed himself beyond bounds at a

Ouii! (! take lr.: I MidlsoaSuperior llrat1flH'il I ivr <: i.Vf. \1 l Ilij.! iljrht or uo: / Let Goernor -
no! oi'Ties: to c ise Foreman.The much himself
dinner he forgot
Duvai party, so
\ it u.f'r.
jOts coiisitie ';.1 iII and) inci ".I sf: his1: [ fi forev.n"j. is signed by eijjhtseno I'oai: : .\ ;. I I TluUinnd: I'thy aio, not.ICI' the prevalence that in a letter which he wrotn

peH tsou: I Hiir'fiird; Ahrcstri/ i her J ur-II1'II.] of deic of intoxication but
Court,-Tlsis Court close.l ; weffHk to that lady, he used quite on unbecoming
I; Prescn'isicntsagreed to 1)7a ecoiiiiU'Mi.l, a d.iit ro'.is exception tot
!
J-\.rjatiutt Mciinn.:r. LewisirocU large majority -
: and ex
I a;, Icim ;>ni lahor-'Mis! sessian! style even some gross
h? ii M.'j i-'ix I '(ioconiinoiiii Are not 're-
I.' ) a watdl; 'idar, atVare I of t.'ic CntntlJnrtj. I on Saturday hut. \!. B, ,zdl: of1 51H" :(:wl ? pu!".ic houses entertainment," pressions. The lady complained to

i i }lfiUIY \ym.e! hs t'ol1l\tr.t'd! a I Middle District of Florida.LKOiN J..iC I son rjitijy: : : Ute a.'tl'J.' ;)rortlt- I in the tfMisir I thil I tl.evoids nrf .'}flIfl1OI1I Gen. Andrcosy, who transmitted her

flatIitle of brtbs, of about 1 ; inches :: COUNTY 'f I \\.g! Attonu-y, <'!I sfcrves :all 'piui' c forJiiszenl :ly I irrriM'l. to-ne'.i'nps the report cl. ncisyilriiiiLai complaint to the Prince of NewciwtelAlex.
t liigh and 10 inches wide which has M f u'.t alw.iys d'.scou-
.. _, October Tern!:, 1827. f :,; and dilL'{,ncG in his arduous\ '.j l bv ilie of their hosts 1 ( BcrthiiT.) Napoleon became
the power of winding itself up onetin I-! wi and! Jury for tin Comitv I dmies. Ilis i dtr.ies at all times d!IU-!! nlr TheLaw< uich t-atni: pl"is prfvcr.trd as a gKievRiii'e acquainted with the oflwice, and felt

] fisr minutes, [l.y means of a sprill ;- of L"HM, in closing the! business. xvhicli I Cite aii'l .Jiiricult! was much m;>re so w i.s rejvoioti by the Uuvcmor and may indignant at it ; he instantly ordered

Ii-. in t'vr, thai; filU inst-inily without has: cotno before them, UJ'ingtill' .t this term, from various causes, luuliiey bs ftiiuxl on the Iim'l pftRf .i u-is p. pt'r. that the oflbndcr should bo brought

) jnishing; or retarding ihe power of term consider it their I I O.i Mt"' whole tbs ijiivseutments I arc ofintir before the the time of
" present cliryto I \\'C1 P )uu't aud disi'lrfged I t':'- troops at parade
all I I tiio 'J'erritiir\ 'ell
c : i'IItJ"t..S to as \
fIR macline. \\ lien
put together it ,I notice some of the most prominentevils hslv I'll w.ihout 1.1J'l'Iiillitv.-1dfm.. a# tu the inhitbiiau'.s cl'Lt-on County. on the following day-there, casting
commence motion immediately, with and grievances at existing look him "is it
prua'mt \ County f fowl -The County. Court a contemptuous at ,
outmy stnrtinu! cause, and moves a and recommend B IcJtT! from Cnilc! S. C. iatp.l! "
to such remedies, ; I held I it< fall term 1.1:1H'h;, siniiiitnoou : > \ a ton you, siid the Emperor, "who hive
jviiduii-m of dbout the same rate of a have .().i,4-( 1 1th.I it a prars -:hat t'ey; have
as may probably a salutary: tendency ,iy wiilt the session; of the S 'periorCourt. written this infamous letter 1" "Par-
dot k -. >llllulum.rc li'i'l pit-ci-eiy the s>aiiekind of Fever in that
( are informed to check or remove them.! BLAt This confusion and jostling City a< we have br n visited "tit.] \\r( re- I don Siro, I was then in liquor, and

th.ii u has now been running about however laudable or zealous tlui exertions !. of the (couri, n:: to this county, wa .feriho 't''hnti'I\! ; : \\e ate 'dNbeliovtr: ,' knew not what 1 was about ;" was

ii'.ovtks.. incessantly ; and several of one branch of the civil! in Vi.How Fever1' the ,I'millJ civ-
i authority the result of accident, we believe ; to t the re iy. "Miserable ; to degrade
d"lIIl l: hi'd mechanics, who haveSUMI be they have ingiu our opinion a d''.ctiption ex .'tl.' and
may generally
but accidental or otherwise! it was yourself! so far as to insult a lady,
ii. ay that they see no reason hut little effect unless suited to the dtsE'i'.oe lately prevalent here.
they meet of
a the who has
hinder: its I very inconvenient, and tended to "She has the prevailing feve:'.-Mother & j'liculcirly& one enough
to ; running perpetually, until corresponding support, on the part of i delay justice! in m-my instances. It I have each had our turn.-The fomr-r i* tnu miseries of a state of war to com-

i it is worn Out.rFlie ingenious inventor those whose more immediate duty it ''i5 hoped that the next Legislative quite restored and has now b-'fn alum' three I phin' ot: I do not admit what you argue

inteuils! taking it Washington is to keep peace and good order in I Council will apply the proper remedy. weeks, after one week't confinement ; I .irr. I ;is an excuse, for in no case should
the ; winter.d just crawling out, having beeu -a fortiight i
appioachu: We
sOCietV.
find tLat
are sorry to 1iern.TVas1inIon iu chamber. Nine in it be admitted as such. I cashier you
: my negroes our yard
)'" Republican. in Tallahassee, a horrible state of have had the same bilious fever, which ha; from the Legion of Honor-you arc
Oct. 6. The Indian
-j-- -
: -r. : things has existed for some time. The prevafled universally nmong natives ae.t: unworthy to be decorated with its revered

Ddib'C. most flagrant breaches of the laws War-at an end.-We learn, from a strangers, in the Cityand suburbs. In a badge." Tben to Gn.
turning
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: ---- -- have; taken The traveller, that Col. 1\1'Kenny, of this few-cases it has amounted to iMlow Fever, o. .
From tIe ttorul.t Adrocalc, Tallahassee place. civil authority I Dorsenne 4I command you" said me
city, arrived at St. Louis on the 17th but in most instances has been nothing
Ucto& have in instances .
20. many been set have this sentence carried
more than bilious, and easily yielded to l Emperor "to
: We have mnv ih. pleasure of lay- at defiance ; and the most riotous, jEll- i Septemherfrom Wmnebago coun- Medicine, tho' Attended with excruciating I into effect. What 1 to insult a

int:' before our readets the} i li.irge of; moral and disorderly proceedings' try. He brought information to that paius in the head and limbs." woman" added ho "for part I always !

JIMIO t' K.mJi.l! to 11m Grand Jury, I t have constantly taken place. It is pl.ice: that the Red Bird (the princi- my elderly laity
. chief of the hostile hand of .F.xlraclfronz n letter,from a Genii f man in respected every
prnini mother.
we to
I I see occurrences if she had been own :
' St. Auqiutint, to the Editor of tkt Peiua- as my
; :: cvi'confidence ; Winnebagoes) together with a young
that it will be read ; in any civilized country, cola Gazette. If Superi at the head of bit

: vi.1 h |Illl'.' un' and profit. Its iniinediaie I' but that it has occurred tt the Capitol Brave of the santo band, had been given "I have been mach pleased with the tenor every Commodore in his
ifovery
efll-t i on the Grand Inquest was of our Territory, where it is up to Gen. Atkinson ; the \\Tin- of your late papers Your able exposureof 'Corps, Judge on the bench,
had sued for and had the shameful practices at Tallahassee, Squadronifevcry
abI'n1.3Llly! iir.-nifested nebagoes peace,
and had
not so particularly desirable to establish 1 imitated that noble example of dignified -
- in the waste of public on
regard to money
the session of the court been abridged a character for morality and good order promised to give up all the party which Commissioners and other Officers_appointed anger against the bestial vice of

by Operation of law, the manifestation: is the more to be regretted, and made the attack on the keel boats by the Governor and in the public .priat- intoxication would soon disappear;
,
' would have been still more extensive shws a culpable neglect of duty of and committed the murders atPraire- :I ing &c., does you great credit as a firm and at least from those who call
among
and du-C hien. independent Editor of a Your pointed -
rit cisi\'c. some of the civil officers and I I paper.
; : particu- themselves Gentlemen.
: I remarks on the conduct of a l laje public
The following communication was larly justices of the peace ; some of The U. S. Schr. Shark, Lieutenant 1 I I defaulter were well merited *nd cannot fail .A .

.- JccciVed; too late for last; week's par whom appqar to (have been appointed Comdt. J. RI'Keever, ai lived in I I to do much good in this Territory, for the From th. New Orltans Mercantile.vcriistr. Jt.

- r 1-er. It.s: inserted wiili: great pleasure without due, if any, regard to their Long Island Sound, just above Hurl future at least, but I rnuchquestion whetherthe ot
I
and not from for qualifications. Treasury of the Territory will ever havea Fire at Afobik.Tho arrival
more respect We are not withoutthe Gate, on 6th October from a cruize I
the court (nJ jury than of the hope that dollar of this money it is, I suspect iire- rho Steam Boat Fair Star, yesterdayput
a sense our labors during the on the coast of Labrador-officers trievahly gene, Is not the Governor liable newi.fropi
4 deep importance of the subject. It is present term, may be attended with and crew al! well. She left Brador for the amount, for him negligence or some- : u\n possession disastrous:

a matter of the highest interest to the. some good effects ; and we strongly Harbor on the 14th ult. thing worse, in not Imvi-.ig taken bond and Mobile. About two hundred

. people of this Territory, and sooner i recommend to the police officers, particularly I The following is a list of the offi- security. from the Ex-Secretary and "Treasurer satisfaction I and twenty houses, situated in the busmesa -.
with much
also read
1 I have ; sa'ul to
i.!, or later is to be hoped, the Government justices of the peace and cers attached to the Shark : D. H. several communications in your paper i part of the City arc .'

will take it into consideration. constables, an unremitting discharge Stewart, A R. Bogardus, T. J. Leib on public matters, particularly iu regard ; have been burnt. Tho loss ofprpC'

Idem. of their duties, and an inflexible exercise Lieutenants ; A. A. Adee Surgeon ; to C he Law of the last Council. The I ty i is estimated at little less than,, tWi

% To the Edilor of Ihe Florida \dvocale. of all their in maintaining Henry Etting Purser S. F. Hazard articles signed Lycurgiu are able and well l millions dollars. The Cotton pro*
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powers, ; down, in this
to Messrs.
written. The only put
way
Sir-In compliance \% ih the re4ucst i a strict observance of the laws, Acting Master, S. C. Gist, J.AI. Territoiy the shameful system of Legi>Iatioia -. and( warehouse belonging

of the Grand Jury, I herewith I aDd to "teach the lawless and wicked, Gardner, II II., Waters, and J.jjjjjjjjjEjjj. which IIAS for icycwl ,eani preyailed, To wide/ and epretrc; fcUieooljrfU111 l
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tabIUlinicnls of tiro kind that escaped. city: to his plantation, a hundred miles carried
$
| i I i I eighteen men and boasted a Court of Admiralty tstablished
Both of the Bunks were fortunately down the coast of Florida, to pay him :. that they had murdered twenty A- I. here fur the All OUIWA'Y'OJJ,
the limits of the lire. 1 lor each and all of purpose deciding dif- Providing for
I beyond clearing out these j mericansand Englishmen. 'l'hcysaid I j rcnces." making a lJaTIf'lctfe
Some of the buildings were insured, servants I mean of course, if they': the Americans and English wore all on Palaf&z and Gobierno Streets

but it is feared a large amount was i be transported by water. These I cowards, because before' they were 1 Boston Ocf.f.-By the ship Oliv : and for nt her purposes.

uncovered. hold as uarallel cases. killed.. they would shed tear*. null 1.:1I I I I Brunch_ from Liverpool, pavers to I See 1. fie it emitted by thf Myr and
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Mobile Oct. 22nd 1827.-A fire \ I would ask then, who in his pro- that they -J"had -wives-- and--------.J children that I btpt. :1 were received. Board of.IMermen, That lh. o\iict> of
I.ots P.Ufox Street trout '.
The French upon 11I.t
took place \cstcrdny morning) about per senses can believe there is any would be left destitute. have captured a Swedish corner to the north corner ot a lot wed a y _

rlivlight; which by 12 o'clock cunsn- \, law for compelling a citizen of a Stateto 0 ne of the caUses which led to ship bonnd to Algiers, with nasal by J. C. and C C. Keyier, a H from the

!!IfJ the entire bis>i illl's part of I the pay the general government for the the seizure of my letters wis a report and military stores. These may comer (Ferdinand 7'h to tht- north corner

City, with the exception of a rauue of I rinlr: transporting his servants from made to tho government by a follow have been part of the tributary sup of the lot owned by noniuigo Torres, _

brick stores at hoV PSi end of \r a- one part to a different }part of the of the name of James: Johnston he plies by OOt'ernmclIt-bul perhaps shall -\t their own expense comlruct a
; that ifficienl ttanqnctte ei ht firet wide from
Sircel., The (fin broke out in'' State I there is served forms no exception tu the right of I {
tor same. ; apprehend no on boaid my vessel as a corpo- the builJing line to the o\ltic1e of the
the: Mobile] II.)(!, Hoi. i Si, cot. In ;: such person. I If this doctrine be ral of marines. He bad been con- apturc, though it may cause a dispute curb. The curb timber shall be of trie

iti hour after it w.is discovered, the i i sound and authodox, I would again corned with others of my crew in pilfering between Sweden and Algiers. I heart yellow pine orsooir dtir.iMe'i! i n-
ud fresh and Li Russia a Prinrcss has heroine a berten incites wide anJ six inches thick,
wind ry-e blewery remark, tint the Custom House officers which he foinirl had come to

tliU ll n>i"' sjir id \\ilh such rapidity, I I! have the right of making; an officer knowledge; and had been reported my to BcdkruptforT,00)000 of Rubies. to street be laid will straight ad-nit and:as stro'y nearly. level pinned is the together.

liiat; a veiv considerable portion of : of the army, who IS on .1 loiii of the government of Pi. Cavello, he rT: The Rev. Mr II.RUwill The walk shall be fill -d with

im'.rcu Midize in the stores, was also inspection, pay for cleat mg ou his reported then fore to tho jiovernment; s.nd to the top of the curb and paved
preach at the Court House Sun-
Iju/. .-)on after it had been removed servant at every port of entry fioni of P.Wrto Prmcipr! I hilt! I was a confidential on xvith brick or coveredvith a co position
:into ..lie! streets. All Commerce which I he might depart. Tuis I feel oflu-er of Colombia, aud believed day next, at A past 9 o'clock! A. M.ii .. of linc nnil sand mne' h.trd: :nd -o'id.

S feeV titer Street, between the I assured cannot be the case. I waconciTiicd with two Co- I' Sec. 2. Hf further ff1lUct*(I. That the
owners of lots on liotiierno street from
Market and St. Francis street; Royal, In conclusion 1 feel equally assured .loiiibi.ui oiliceis, tint were hung on.. : I1IPrw5 \lanez street to the lot oned b> _

between St Francis and Cositi ;IHCI ; the government of the United I suspicion: ; of wshins, to create a rovo- Ruby and now occupied' Mr. Mid Ue- _

Conti, between the River and St. E- I States never designed to take away ].111):1.: After the I soixurc of my first I loll, shall construct a Rmqu-tte to ne

: numici (or Custom-House) Street- 1 by such moans,::the emoluments which! letters to ( oIoinhi i, which were i I : J'I : even feet 'en inches wid? fro.n the but!-

Daiijiiiin street; from the R.vor{ to II the law; allows un officer of the ;armv.X. tranolatcll and examined by all the t ) np line to the curb and to be filed: upi.d
r cotnpletcd in the same manner use-
I SOIUP distance: : above St. Joseph street; : : \.r 1. '7 4. public authorities, :thc government rOrl: oV L ktt; ') quired: by Ute first section. Pniv.dv-1,

i is all, with scarcely an exception, must; !linvo: lJe9n Srui.siic r
totally! destroyed. 1\ll'.Losky and The Democratic Press contains alone port of 1 Johnston xvas false; and malicious :- I AK RIVED. upon the south ide ofthe strre from Pal.

"J" lagan's brick _ranges, as well as other Inner from Henry H. Fordc I : ; vet such wis their hostility towards ; Oct. 3t.-Schr. Florida! Baker, aflx to Alcanez street.
3. it enacted That
I brick bundtngs shared the same l late commander of the Colombian i me, that JohnsTon w-is taken Tampa iJ: :. side Sec.w 4Pa JJf aforesaid further'snail he ,completedon the

,\ late: as wooden LJt1iItiZS.rUlle Cotton armed schooner Kl Colomb; !'in," announcing ,: out of prison and put to live in the -U E TERED. or before the thirty-first day of December .

;, Press on 11 oval Street arrested his arrival, and that; of his grog-shop of a degenerated Anieiican, : Oct. 27th.-Brij: ; Matilda Warner, nc.xt APU it shall be the duty of the

the fire in that direction.The J Hotels Secretary; at Philadelphia from Xeuvitas I the better to detect im connexiot: Mob'.i':! merchandize, Mayor of the Civ to see that the same arc* _

: are all consumed, except White's, I. via 1\1;atal zas. He states thai I with those unfortunate gentlemen.An.1 to J. Jerrison Cargo Jr.Sundry iniBhfd[ agreeably. to the provisions of this

nt the corner of Royal and St. Fran his c ew being: .til Span'lrcb, mutinied such was (ho attention they p.lid Ordinance.See. .
::11..t.-Schr. :Maria, Ricily, New 4 Bit further ennctcd. That ifhe
'is street. The Catholic Church ; on the! 2Gth "M n-ch 182:> and to this traitor, that mysoi and Mr.
put I I Ore.niCur! ; ;o to U. S. Navy, J. f owner ot any lot ..r lots, Ins or her agent .
Duncan's, Jones', and jlc.-Losky and him ami six others ashore at a small!I John :.i. \rildennan'm detained! ( Q.iiu, 11. Miohclct, J. \. 'fio and theMastr. shall fa.I to cause a Hanqu lte to bev

3lagan's Cotton Presses are in ruins. pi ice on the south side of the Island m prison, afior tho or.ler came fo o-ir i r I < >'i-trui'ted according to the provisions of

The fire was doubtless the work ot of Cuba called Santa ( roix.-rhellce relcis; until he hid cot clear cut of CLEARED. this ordinance on or before the thirty first
day of December it shall he the duty of
an incends! iry they were CI; r1ed to Puerto Principean the ooU'itry.. I
Oct. 27th.-Bri Th.tmiil1iu'g occupied by ; 1 thrown into Here tluyw I 1 II iva roticii; copjos of all the -
theUCum-1 prison. \ Mobile. ixorilierii of the :U1 lul.ttl' to te! lowest bidder :/
Cargo
mrrcin ReekieOiic i ,-" i> i I w treated with great cruelty u- i I princrn! [letters \I.-h; ; I wnit to thtroverhni'Mit <' I Master. produce'by giving; 'Ihltc uotire tiIeret1flCt dr..w lor

most of the niit' ri-is: Mvnd ; ,u,1! (lie : bluied; 10 l' 'UaHI in the sanusiojrt- :I of the i isl llllel l of 1 Cibavhich the amount ereofon the City Tr-iiu-y,
publication will I In riiMitnel "HI 'I fewdays. mt'iiis wall pirates and the most abaudo i I \ T will lay bulb re the public ill'I S'flIiliara; : Tanner, M >ble.:! anil he -accoun s s'l.ill I be pi iced in the
Car :) Aorthern Produce by M-uter. hmdofthta! Collector, ',ill col-
I City WHO !
The amount ofpropertv destroyed :le i wrejchc'N.: au.i .sr.'nceJv: !. rill wed 1 'ue' 'ime.M i
I Schr. Good I Intent, Maura, Tampa !meet lie! saitiv' in the *ane .Ima'uler.t. taxes'Voin
can sc.ircely L bo eshin.ited.Th ; : nv I ihinu I to'eat. Tiiom Croacii:
I I A lotrer f, 0111 on bonrd the U. S. I !H y. A:sortod Cargo by J. C. auv per-ona! property helong-n' lo
( scene is uwiul!-almost bevonddescription. s", .11)j i Lieutenatii, mid ElIa1'11: 1 t'lI, the owner* 01'\1 totsanl where thf ')\\' -
I IJ I Ic'olk. )hij,, L'-x'ii t'JIl! II iiie Mediterranean, I and C. C. !Kcysor.Scisr. .
.ere as Cap? Fordest MJ-S, \r, !I I I ,'r.' of suc'i lots *re non-residents ,* r.l MOrooeitv
'!nrler iatoof:; Au-fis: I3ti! siys :- Amvlia, Roche, New 0 r- .
; lit 'r Mobile Conw.rci'il Remitter. 1'1,1starn'd dealVnen pt'rslJLI cin 'e fouul.t sh iH -)e
--. -, e..-.- .-.- --.- .I.- .._-.,---.-.----_--------_-_ K'l'jiii to Ftrclt.1': !) ordvre.i ::j Lord! Cocin' mo w IS patso.l yo>tord.y 1 lea ns. r;.:;!li.t.Nov. ; I twfd f:.. the ctll"ctor to at'asb s ) -n-icll _

C03S ?Str.S .C.'l 'i>1'l",&. Captain tu j 1 :.tv,the Javi. tViira'e: ((..vuve: left in I 1 -Schr. Mari.i: D'ikcr, lit the ronis ; siLi lotiii the! hand- ofthe
_. Ii ','..ua some; ol'tlio pirates knovv'nj; :I y
c---- ; I \ i0!! oil Ceii'40,) wit;i a T.irkishcoruM ;Xew 0 rlCIlH Oallist.; onaiit or agent, AS! ,'illla;' for s-ich lUn-
Jot lite Pmxnrulit (i.tzellc. he h.id become acquiiied( \vi !Ii 1:1.in. :I I q.ictte :iu: .ill chii* o sho had c tptnred.: t \-jlhingn I
T.ic Editor of ie p.Io.lc tll.j.zettc'iii '.ftii< ir horrible crini' s iud fe iriunrhe .II I I 41 __ 'if um-co'tpiiMl!, lint the City Collector
&)12' r. me !liv inCiting; the foilowiug coml11UI.kati would divulge them: .; emmnue! : :. ,uassissinate j (>w from i Z the In'l.-\: Ira;:7sj woj .I -1 XI'Y dite, I will! &')- reni tif! s"n:*, Ii tne person who will take
u. j h IVP 11(1W iuler our convoy w.is plun- I J pi/: to the Ho-i. die C'oiiMy (.oat ofi "if! toi or a ;pall of it for th.- s i.>rtrst 9Cm -
him.
it wawith:
An Ojjiccr of the Army. aii'i : gnaidiiliculty d; i t'Il lon!! 1110 morning of t tne Hti I a- : Cdubit: : Count, to pr.ve tile will ofI : I of 1 1-iii: HI p U' tie! cat -)f i-ich il..ll-
Sir In 5mninifingto the ..iJe- he escaped. .\f.e uiviii4sumo : : I jorman ileci-i l.A.ina (lur'tc11l1 til-- C.llr. -;.
,- ) (;"ii< 1 bout S miles from Milo, and roubcd of j Nancy >c j"Stc.
ration of all whom it may concernilu, i further details, C qnaiii Forde I 8 2,000.Extract I" :K. '1ai i'Ll. 5. Ke t f-wJ.er exacted Tliatwh
thus concludes : .Tri..'i iy IfiMccuri.s! .i !u1. t'j_ owner -
following rcmaiUs, I must be pennittc : I'enr-acnla. :J'I; Oct. 1827.--i.3-if.
It-tier "f tie; s-ne nin : a :rin-rt-H dent aid
hay.fC :w agent i in the :i'y, it s'ntl I ti- the
that nvav: .* arise in the minds of persons, world l, r.iid], pirlicularly those who N C. Oct.'j. I/iunaean B-Unni:1: Gar.len ,Iu') ot's-i..u ttnant to c':a i rllct a Bandte. _
lhtt; 1 all impelled by sentiments! of speak) English, to lay before the public "The Coiion throiiiih tins i Di tr\'t: I (" .. recauiy t.) toe pn- s. > n )f 1 ii isruMiance
an,1 I I m I : tin-: .: tills! State: will an-\urscries; ncur Van York.'ioprietor.
suiimosity, ill the course I am aoul! to I what 1 know of the m inner ill ,) s-iy: igli I and deduct the sarue: t'ro.n tae

pnrsue, towards the Ciisozii-I I uuse winch jir--\cy is can'eLl.on; about ta! "- j lot aveM'4o. : : tin! linn Iklli'it, c/o;) ; !; -" "o \ ',1. 11HI"Ci--: > rent paid bv said tenant. :
I for :ai lo'i I lie jnaut is nculv .is I. o j:'' :; : ..f thl ,'alJli''ihne-nt, ha j st I Sec. 6 lie it fa ihtr e 1eIed. "ht: thebj'nr
Jslai l of Cuba. It1)1 be .
Officer Pensacola will l be till
at entirelycriuneons I ; : soon !hi, ,itnliIr. edI
I pllhlilw'l ; \ shall cause a p.\ve'nent of stone to
The truth J is with Mr i the preseu; measures aJopied by die i|! lar re as us-i I il t there .Irc so few bolls I:I -JL Catalogue l tar 1827 be made of the sate wi l.h of 'ne side
J JI on i'aii'l', die 'Trth''I .sso com.)ktelycii'cke.i !! :_ ,
Ttlitchell 1 have United States and Great Unlaid for I
no personal acquaint : I 2lih .,' utsic! c.11 the walks, across the streets w iere side walk*
'I e'I II' -- C'otJpriC'
In tiie the of by tht drol !ht. thav.: .; :iavi are provided for *,r rhii urd-'uncc! so as
IflC' cn1lIiJjaill.tllCreflJrc. [ of I.I suppression piracy, only F'tipt! xn--l (iriKi-ni-ntiiri'rccN, Siimb-i! and
scotches the snake hut does Ilo hill fll: thr (to ;antcip.lw: t at this to connect them together and sufficiently
course, which he pursaes, in rel uion not I 1'lants.: lltitooiis I'lower Hoots, l reenHomt
late porioJ of liio season fiom future Tn-es niul I3lants, & cultivate! strong that Drays and Carts may passover
to officers of the army I can safely: kill it"-it saves; property, but causes '
I' them without cither tsrencFiinsr or
rain.. ill his G U' i ti and Nurseries.These .
that whilst I desire tbcr the s-icriice( of lives. Since
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say every m.iuy Catalogues be obtained tearing them, *u.1 he shall pay or he
( person should enjoy, fully awl l comjiletcly the Americans and [Knjlish have Pi'rrratTaGir, (Vi.) Oct. 5th. ;i:i gratis: oi t'l&liH l'ibera.llil may order sent tohlilil same out of any money in the freisury

I all ins essential, rights and i been cruising otT the coast of Cuba, 1.\'ew Crop ColtOIt.p.lrr of the j I I: to be forwarded to the Proprietor, not otherwise a,)orcip' ted.

, privileges, he only moiive, which the pirates confine themselves to'i' crop of ,Mr.Y ILI.I.V! ILIG-lSII:, i iI 'II iwlll i : receive prompt attention St.'c.7. Be it fttrtne" enacted That it

i l tould nuhice mo to question the cor- boits which carry from 18 to o men.During I I of Uvunswick: (first in ni'irUci! ) u'-s i W. lI sell Hunt, 1 shall five days be the after duty the ot pissage fie Ca) of Surveyor tlm ordinance in-

re(-iiess: oi..< ollicni; i conduct, proceeds the day, these Otll. arc h-ui-! i hrought to town Wednesday! last, : Av.-cl1t. P1Q'\"nh.! or as much sooner as may suit his

: from a ,j'-sire and determination; cd into some Mir.di creek or m.t sh I and sold readily: at 11 cents.IVtia I convenience, surveyand run tne lines

on iy p.trt to imintrjin m own. and covered with bushes ; the men I ; York Oct. letter from a "l.S lED \.LL of e ;ch side wk: provi -ed for by ihs ordinance ,
10.-\ I and to the width _
till: ft ilie ititjjuci rn uttof com- rendezvous at a nlantation not fir: off, ag-eeibly specified
anofli emon oO.l1.rtllw lJ. S. siip: Con- !, be given on Friday Evening the for eau street.and to designate tne
tl.tilt .: lr. i'1.t.. h-II in ihelril.it the of which is concerned. In WILL
} ; is : owner of 7 -I'cioc'-c
) at ) at
stitut5-uto his friend in this city, mentions : \ m.jer, lines by stakes at 'Least six inch'g'J.
:
viifii! :in offir irof lie j is at Pen- : town they\ have another :: J K. House .Mr. CoJlm-)
army m adjacent that all the foreign vessels of Sa\aije's near uul at proptT: distances, for which he shalloe _
srJCoL, in ;er onieis ioi: Tiiupa 15 iyj; eolIk'ague, who gives them t tie'! o uliest Hotel The Inhabitants: are respectfully paid IHt'\ceudi:ig tventy fi.e cents
of c.>r.ijjv-jiiug him 10 cl<'ar out the private : notice of the sailing of'i suitable ves- war in thc port Smyrn i-Ir.iLl! a com- :.I I informed that no exertion will be wanting, for each 'front of eJgh:)' feet, tbo paid
plini'-'iit to o.ir il i- on the 4-i:: of July, Ion the of the subscriber to render
part of the lot
the owners or m* ,
i agent
erv-int, wn'.ch: tile 1 hw allowJiim -, sel l, where she is bound, wh it cargo.mOfl''Y iy
by (liriii'J sulutos.: The firing com- general l satisfaction to tlio e Gentleman I the lines shill je run as direct, thl'U'I.h-
(and of course to pay for the or men she cl'ri(.. 'flrr.ps and Ladies who favor h ai w.tn their
rn n :od! on board the British ship may m\ the whole) (::en of eaci! -itre-it a3
srnnc: ) wlien the said servant is to by the !tIP: chant who is di,injj such \ es- i Canibn[ ; Com. II H'unilfon which I company ; the supper uulhe of t'le beithe /osssbig racticab'e. iving no 'It?en"J') ii)

transported in! :a gove.nment vessel!, sol's buxines, is the pm sua who fur- followed tho French nnj Austrian I market can ufiord 'k the lujuors of V.\? trm ,',,'ufj 4.Clings iffe'iceaf out to oe
the U. S. wis by : first q-iility Ticket* of admission. al- I oossiule, t.: tr:18
( Transport Florid i) by ii'shes! this iiifornr-uion, Tim pilots .O-'IItL.s ma is by
Jniiral I nnd'I Ic r.orrim I indingofficerof .
; miuilla a G: tlcinan ami Lady 3 i lill I..' of fur -trc-ls
which are )\l :
procedme an ofn--er of the army und fishermen all 'concerned, the for I "
the Dutch squadron guii J.Eavu StC. rfBf:; itfu-.htr -i.icted r.ii-1*
if h<- slio slu be ordered Cantonment ii houses ," I
: tt) 1 liter frequency ve on some ti and after it*
I tC, :It til be m rj.-ce on :
B.-ooke, twenty tim -s .luring I dUi.iiii bay, which vessels bound in or gun.The '
j-g.\tl 'r. ) '' 'h''Jp.1istd
flAIL tt.\) .
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tlif Gazette do S'rancc, of flie l it ulihnoreceiveil .
year on public du'oul; i be I' out are obliged 'o pass. Near the Aught: 25fi, 1327.
f l'ic Aiuciic.m '
CO JI'Jclled to pay tin Custom llou>e house is a fl.I ijr! st iff: upon which tUe contains. IJie bv fiHlowlnt- the. ciiuor. crit'tTiiiif. f) para r:.on, :, .a I-4'iiirihi e.I .i.... UnDue --w.-J'i L j\ IH I. \ KUA,

officer e.ich iniio; fji d{ .lril out li.sservant. I fiSlie.nl'UViI ha.st or haul down a Trieste, Aug. 2-J.-l.clters from Corfu I every Tuesliy at 10 o'd'J. P.eiiki& prof tan ;

This is the subject of coni- flig, to ad\ise i tiieai of danger or ol tht 5i August! xt iic, lint Lonl Cochrane Departs sa.ne cay at:2 o'cluck PAll XL .. G. ]Hl .EC, SC1''lt4ryAppw'cl
on the l Il't ii trip rajnlli, feil a ,\livi.o.ofiiie : .I 3ji: .iu<.ist, 1827.
phm, and (hit is ivh a I think I am booty as m iy be ujreoil upon. These upon Oilier -Jails
; Tuikish llc-ct i'-intijan l attack- Jsrnsnn
Johti
warranted in s.iyiuj..', ib neither ju-.ii- wretches are not content with takingthe ; ne.tr ,
eel it win such i impetuosity, hat 1he TuiksHM DLJEevry Wednesday and Sunday at
fied by law nor re iso.i. Ueforo Slating vessel aol cirgo, but bo-ist of leavin;' ,'i i I lit vessels of \var i,i his jowOi lo'cIockP M. ,1/ayor.'

my reasons for' >o !)tieiievni; !*', tWill h wing murdered all who spoke English .'1'. tii* 2:1. Lord\ C. made sail with his I ilepirt every Saturday and Tuesday I -

obsoive) iii.n the otUor of Customs tint fell into their h mds, savins jiriz-'s (for C istcl Torncse. Tke Brig St. at past 8 o'clock \. M. .AN oDxr.N: ,
at Xi.iv 0 lean .Or. Chew tint dead tell talcs." 'corgi'. cummaiiiK'il hy a nephew of the Ordinance entitled
( ) is : a man can no To amend an an.
Lord, waor lore.l Jo pursue tiie fugitives, letter In the Post-Of
deposited
not at tne hauii of making; oiiicers of They[ boasted to me of having puti I :uul, if possible, capture them. Th'n happy fice Every one half hour before tilt regular ti'ne I: Ordinance providing for making a

the army, p ly for clo'inng: out their sh-tik-hook; through the tongue of I tin occurrence will piubatly rj tore the appointed for the depart ire of the Mail, ISanquctte on Palafox and Gobier.

servant; Iron New-Orleans: even to Captain of an American schooner .spirits of t the Creek marine, and confidence I will... mj by that Mad ; but if not deposited no Streets., and for other.vurnoses.

Pcnstcoh ; and further, that he told wlich'they captured hung him up until of the Greeks in Lord Gcchrane. jythat; :: time, it will be Mailed by- that I, Sec. 1. Its it Ordained by the M( yor AI and

an oliucr: that he thought the practice he was nearly dead, and then hove Florida JJi'j'cckt'l's.-A letter from Mail or the next, a* best suits the convenience Hoard of.1Jltl r11len, That so much of t'l e
of the Post Master--who will always said Ordinance
third section of as requires
of m king an army officer, clear ou him overboird ; the crew they said Key West published in tho New York the office before
maiJ: letters put in the same to be completed by the 3Ut day
Jus priv ue servant, when the s ud were only tied, stabbed, and thrown Enquirer says :- the picket, in which! they, arc to go,. is of December be, and the same is hereby,
servdiit was to be transported 1 in tile rbo.lrd.Vhcn the vessel's draught: F Tuis place exhibits a constant :.ctu Lily closed ; after winch, or alter repealed. And tint the time for completing -

United St.ttcs' Transport Florid! I of water is too great to be takou to i; srenc of business ; vessels are continually the regu'ar' time for i he departure of the the provision* ofsairt Ordma-ire be
Now furI I of the I A nwnhr.r vessels of jail, It-tier can in no instance be sent by extended to the first day of \larc'. 1828.
was totally unnecessary. place safety, they put Captain ))aSSZ71! of
Ordained That
my rei.Sonst and here I wish to be. and crew, after being well secured, in I Jiiferenf denominations, are brought that; hil. Sec.of 2.tie!Be second further section a- ,req'l? son.uch e5

distinc.ly understood as referring directly the long boat of the vessel, and take 'fl here by the wreckers; in a state of 'ot-O \; Hours. tne Banquette on Gpbierno Street tJ be ,

to my own case. tliKin 10 a place of safety, (as they I Jistrcss. I was taught to believe that seven fret ten inches widt be repealed.

1st. I: deem it incorrect, in as muchas cill it,) stab and throw them over- this class of men (wreckers) were an The Citizens' of Pensacola to take arc njtice respect that And the same be constructed seVen feet

Hay private servant is allowed me hoard. In the mean time the vesselis tiiprinciplcd set of beings, who foraged the Post OOice} requested will uniformly be closed wide. And hereafter if any person intend of tl e*

by law ; and that therefore, the said run upon a convenient shoal and on the misfortunes of others byItlififler on Min.lav 5 o'clock P. M. i unless to streets construct of this a City Banquette not provided upon any for in any

'I;rvant is essentially a part: of a marching wrecked. .V cruder boirdin.\ theui and depredation. On thec.mtraru he hit: should be delayed later than former Ordinance, it shall be the duty of

army. He is also essentially apart is inclined to believe their story, thai I find them to be. decent mmf the UMi-d hour 'of arrival; in which case such person to inform the M
} of my emoluments, as 1 draw the captain anti crow, after running on f gmtl common sense. Yhrir usual the O.rice will be kept open at leist: one I anti construe the same seven feet wide
Tu Mail although not due until
reef abandoned he vessel and in with iciur. e and in all other respects as are requieI;
compensation lor him. me : cititnm is, when they fall a 4 o'clock P. M., usually arrives soon Ordinance
the
. 2nd. That the said servim: was escaped in the l long boat, which bcaig; vessel in distress, to bargain with thtiinfortunatc enough to be opened by 3 o'clock so that 25tu by August proviionsofthe 1327. passed. .,

transported ill.i puoiic vessel (me U.. absent, and the vessel on a reet, 'I p- mlSteof the vessel, who the Oifice: is usually opea two_ hears.lhe 3 1st
Passed Oct. 1827
S. Transport Florida.) poars pi,.insible, and the murderers has strayed from his course and has ) Post 1aiter therefore requests that IIBNJ D WniGUT.

3d. That: the s.ud servant in this ire unsuspected Vessels that are been stranded, tn pilot him of the reefor hoe who wish to enquire before for letters 5 o'clock on I President Btard of wilder IM11.
will send call
that day, or I
transportation was only moved froai not heard Jrom, after siiling. ure gener shoals, for a certain sum Is this and that he may be euabled to close theI J. G. UttAKE, SJ reta-l.

one part to i different part of the illy supposed to h tvp been lost ate course of: conduct mire reprehensible Office at that time. I Approved 1st Nove'nner 1827.

same Territory >
'\ow if the Custom House officer of them have met the fate I have just fact they arc in iispensably necessary, from break last time until dark ; except Mayo-. I

at P.'nmcoh, be right in :his particular described.- Two years ngo four pirates for there are a number of lives, as .from 1 to 3 o'clock and the during Mail. the time \\\anks .

c,.se, lie nittiifst1y, would be eqully n-imely, DiMiauj: ; Amatacio, Do- well as a vast deal of property! saved of opening or closing eagst1..es'

correct in conpfliin.r; a citizen niti" Ciutf, Jtht: Gomez, and Zo- which would othenoisz be swillmoedup \\\aaeV\a\ii\t, Of varioukinds, for Sale at

ot t Pvii&.icola: who is desirous of moving rehio Podoi-iges w.sro brought to the ; in the ocean. Thvj merit strong Poll Matter.Peimcola this Office.

his servants from his douucii the 1 prison ; they belonged to a boat that I l i encouragementand there ought tj be October bt.182T.tf. _--


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I NO'1'ICE. :JiDOrt'AVISTA ACAD': OWN Or MAGNOLIA. 1'DJW ZIJ ABr.lSBtnJ1ft'.

in the new Town of Magnolia
"aEWARD. r SIX: weeks from this date I will apply St. Andrew's Boy. LOTS offered for sale. This place is The

I the Hon. the County Court for the Trustees of the Bonavista Acade. situated 8 miles from Fort St. Marks: on

County of Es.carr.bit, for letters of Administration THE' at St. Andrew's Bay inform the tire St. Mark riierand 15 from Tallahassee Eagle
\\ AY fromh Subscriber in Tavern
IN. 20th OH the Estate of JOBS M. GAIIK, public that the Institution prepared for The river can be navigated to the
acola about the cf
on or
I named deceased. CHARLES 1). BROU1B. the reception ptipils- Mr. Wachob, a'' Town by vessels drawing 8 feet water

August! l*st, a Mulaltoe Boy NAy Yard, Pensacola, > gentleman well known in the State of The situation is high, dry and healthy ; ANDTRAVELLER'S

U 1LUAM MORRIS, Oct. 15th, 1827-31-6t. J esteemed for<< his lit it the
--- Georgia, and highly I it has two Sulphur Springs ) vicinity, REST.
aped ibout twenty four years, bv' trade a O 1UJI\T enrv attainments and tner qnalr.1cauons one of which is only 200 yards from the TUE Subscriber informs the*

Shoemaker ; said buy is about live feet as a Teacher, has taken charge ot the Public Square. They are said to possess lie, that he has opened pub.
dlu:: desirable reside of Col John a lIe
six n.c.es!. Jdlow"cotllplexion, very ce iie
!> hirfJi, Academy.All great medical qualities.For of Public Entertainment
imicnrieckt* .!, and pitted on the nose .u. K. Fenmick, at present occupied by the Branches of an English education further information of Terms &c. house formerly occupied by :n the

with the id1 F..X ; He **sl born in Vir the l'po'5cssionvlli b: given will be taught, together with the apply to J. G. and N. Ilamlen, Si. Marks, for that purpose, fronting the Maj. Hvll
the Jst of..November.llobt.. public'
gniiaand is i milt au t pleas>auun conver or to Steele, Tallahassee. which he
Mitchell Latin and Greeklanguages. Augustus square, Has fitted un in a convenient
sation.TVEN. I St. Marks 10th August: 1827-24 -tf manner for the reception

IV-F1VE Dollxrs Reward and all Agent of John ft. Fenwick THE TEHV* ARK AS! FOLLOWS. ___ u __ v._1It'ri :..locI... orhpl'_. .&.. ii..1K...... A.......IK...f._.. .._.ui of..1.__tra.
Spelling, reading writing / $4- f 0, Rand ---- --- ---- -- "' 1"
wiU: .'en for the .ways
nec -ss. ry expenses IKg October 13, Ib21. .hJlf i ltOrOBJ\.LS be supplied with the best which
Arithmetic .) the
delivery at the juil in iI quarter.
PIreht'l1iljlllllad
tl. > City, (If t e hlUtl1.lla.... U-JUH, it la- NOTICE.SIX : : -I I Grammar, Geography, Lo-7 600gic BY P. PRICE, JK, : nest market of can liquors.afford! ,No and exertion his bar with the

.,,',liable I Natural I Philosophy &c. 5 rcr do. will be
l'n"lIhu; thu {;ounJl" weeks after tins date 1 will apply > For publishing a JAitrary Journal tailed the
fcuiimun w1Ibe aiartc to the lteaid if ihe Hon. the County court of Ks- Mathematics: and the lan- ? $800 TIlESOUTE1 wanting on part of the proprietor,
to render general satisfaction l
taken at a distance. .. cambia) liounty, foi Letters of Aoinir.it- guacffs. 5 Per do. I to those
J. Cadole. tratiunon the! Esatci Jacob Kelker, late Brfard can be had in a highly respectable -. IR.M who may favor him vith' their company.
His stables well
are calculated
for
of said COUnl\ thcstd. family: who have provided excellent a ntiniaer -
Peimccla 22d Oc'i.b. 18.7-*2 -3t.jj II of hories-and
acco .iniouations: at $lUU,00( per auuim, hELI.[ lIEn WITH a good and attentive

( 1 lie Florida AuuKate, ai TalJahascce. Jamespillman.. inclulint.shir't.. I'h Trusters fee'I Splendid Quarto Engravings. Ostler will at all limes 'je at hairl.:

will plea:>e publish the aov 31.; and Pensaco1 Slli tct : ": -*9.-GI. themselves authorised to slate that there : Families, or Gentlemen who may wish
r"HS work
is intended
.. AS an -
send t'- account n thi- () lj'e. : agreeable can be acco'iunodalei' wit
e 13 not of the Southern i nr'vatc
upon any pail coaSt, : a and instructive companion; for a-
.. E'OTIC ..U.i a :MtuM'Oit in ere'T re-ped to eli.ble.. "s partmmts. GKO. FISHER.
.. "'f '. tlu
r\. \ 't parlour, and an appropriate attendant
J .... .!! J.u.h '''.fJ i IX FY days from this date, I tvill: 1 apply a 5iie .in.I ajjreeabl? sea board retl'eat-o- I ; &i the. Toilet! -to be issued every Tlbthasee, Dec. 11-1.-tf
I for LetttTs of Administration: on :>t .\ cll'e\V's n l v. Completely land -- --- -
I I Wednesdty, comnienc'njj' with the fir:); PROSPECTUSOF
1'1: EVAIID 1i"- slate l.Jf.Jalnt A. lingers: late ol Escarnbia :locsed by ti; Jwi its of iar.J! 4t11l1I ibiaad Wednesday in July 1827.

Countrfeceas! tls of tue (Vs ,nd .
at entrance \ .ivotc; ted1bv No exertion'i'l'! THE
; he spared to render"Tiff
and deli in
For -tpnreliension) cry James Pendleton. the prom-jr.lory ot Et..t Moiiaa. from "
Pcns.c:ila'of : SOUVZNIK: ; in all!! respects worthy Souths u *icu\t\\\\t.:
Pensaco, 8-.h!! Oct 1 '27- 29-bt.W the s'onns and) tunipests: ft' .ion MHjjreralent .J the patroujgv of the public. bth as a

;\\ART1X HUTTO.th.v ( and fcaitui UPUII the \tli..4n-

R'O'l'IC.iJ. coast, there i ii n. (L&-r, 10 be apprehended -! and interesting intoriiation. and a valuable could' referor iir'or; -.lU'iti, rc.

%TIItI A::; it been represented ONSTI ru( I'll ami appUIntljlj.1b ,icrnuMl; of ..vuiii"ind( \\- :;.\ l'o ; i repository! of choice specimens of lative to the Agriculture of the i: vitln-n
who v! of Penssicola and In 'lact i,. iu ot lue thbe ,- ,-, section of th" Union
1 to me that: MAK'IIN IIUTTO, Crupper ; my agent p1t >ay can : : Miscellaneous Literature. Suict attention has long :a* ''n felt,

was COlltl.tl ;in the juil! of thii riiunKer_ Attorney, iLailniaVrers; ..:ind thugs/ rcUMvc I iliscu e'ecl: trsjcs' either of >cverewinds I; fc-ill he bi-Mowed on the moral tendency and has long be submitted to as t "e.

a charge of havingissaultrd\ the Carrier i I to the ddi"efY a.ii receiving pay for material \; or high!; t.urt: : !. of"'n.!E SOUVENIR," and coav.'vtehmlness cessary evil for hich no remedy'a. at

ofthp United States Mail vufi! intent to at the Navy Yard. There a etrry prospect of liealt'-i, I I i'ant preserved over the hni1. tTtI. a sufJiclel1CV- -" /if--* t.ltan'--.-....",.. ._&..1111.i
for the of The climtte it i-.. .: 1 I enterprise, to conduct
murder him, purpose Robbing E. Montgomery. n cquufrle ; i cau a:ad interests of virtue experiments, If<*

the Mail, has made his escape 1 do hereby Mobile, 6th Sept. 18'.7-: thrcu) ;{houitiie s< Q -uus1 rctrtai.insea : ;; I'I portion of the content will he as draw inferences, and to detail them, yet

ofier aJe"arc1 urcezc: ieii f t> t/ .A2:\III\ ui'ti.t! ; sun's I fellows : have we presented to the world. the spec.
.
I rttyr, Z1!it in t't'1 it r' r: '>...tru.rin-, ; tack ofL high minded and
from TALK :
of Twenty I)oIIar. ca11 tJai:\ :1 original and selected ; ]:-5. enterprizing
1 ktei: ('*>s oi Hi'1 ,ti"jia :: i.- :;. .>'i.1S: !, SAY moral, humorous and scientific ; agricultural community, destitute of original -

for his* apprehens and recommitment i ofa's City. that th.-re :s turaiv' "'* .':! .1"' "O .:. i m / POin RY, original and selected from the agricultural works, and depending

to Pri OI1. I the night of Thursda! ) shores ani i U atujtuv.. :.. !.; : Tf are io be.t American and Fu'mr'iui' publications solely on oral communications or foreign

Said IIUTTO is about six feet high ON 2nd August ins!. a Negro marshes in ttic i.C i f.'S: .i ,>, : .' ;springs filOUlUPlilCAL SKETCHES of distinguished ; publications, for all our knowledge on

stout built, dark complexion! & has: huge Man, confined as a Runaway of excellenT wn'tTuriur !i...;.1 t iti.ing toe pei-hons, male fint/fzmak, particularly these subjects. Whilst others hare carefully -

blnokvliiskefs.. It is saul that he is now t ; calls himself shore ; no inroMt-i'u-! ;;.'.. :- x trieuced : the latter ; ANECDOTES, ll,n collected and recorded the experience -

in Uutler County, \1aba.nli. i from mu*quiltJc..s. l.j ris or other tor- Mols, &;c. ffc. The origiutl matter necessary of their practical farmers, we have

y'v.. Ila 111'Dnt, RAN S ON fflenting ui.sacts ; tiC h.i' abounds: with for thiM department of our paper permitted the hurd earned knowledge ofour

*iiI and ulsters. It is wIth,,) one d.i>'s will be furnished by individual? 0ho fathers to nerish with them. Whilst
Post Master, and says that he is the property ot Jehu rode ot the ncu laius: Chipnla! and it isu.it adv ntigeoisly known to the are others have been straining every in
public nerve
Pen c01a. 5th Sentembcr 1827. Evans of Winchester, Said
Mississippi.
!; :
incirr tnnti r'v. r.th Hux'-i knil the
/ ) -e ( In through the medium of their cause, we have been mere 'lookers
--- -- ---- -- Literary
Iu addrionto the aoove. I :,ni authorised negro man is about 24 years old, 5 fet I l1obile or Orleans.Ihe .luciionu ; besides the pro- on. Whilst! they have advanced
by CHIHLKS S. V. JOKES E q. of Alaqu 7 or 8 inches high, very stout built, is of Trustees but numerous corres-: have rapidly,
-.- cnnot congratulatethe pOldentah1! > be we been stationary at least
may expected to or lIa'oprogt'ssed
Florida) ; to offer in his behalf an adtjilional 1- rather a yellow complexion and has a scar con
pUblic upon me singular advantageswhich : tr.ollte. but slowly!
reward of Tweniy Dol.raPond\ on his right thumb I will give a reward
Andrews: Bay affords to I II. From what cause has
tMr.. SOLOMON M ROGLIIS, band thereto of six dollars, (being whtt the law ot' the fa".I"1 MlSCTLlANY.-1nteresting itcm arisen the vast
who
ne> are defcir.ius ot relreutin of of
( int-i'igence! foreign awl domestic superiority the North
over tie South
Hollars his allows which it is occurrences :
Tti. on account for the Territory probable
ap- and
reeaole
4j healthy situation, in All which relates
during ledh. to A
marriages. ricuJ.urv
&c. ?
has
pr, lu !\ ion 3nfl l reconimitTent of the above : would be increased by the owner of Kan- : *
lie sumo.ei aim fall month have
mentioned MAU 1'IN HUTTOV. sun,) and all Mt-cessary expenses, for the III. EuGRAVINGS.-'Jhe first HUB- : : turned
rentsvtu are i their
> aiuiom to have their caiiriren attention
to
\ Hasell 5untPensacoh. apprehension; : of said: Negro and ills de ..-<1 ;''cated!. > ber of ery month will) be embellished alone have n.ade experiments the subject, that they-

liver'to me i'l.Petmcola.: \v-tli__\___-i _!snlen-.l.tl_.. __ __ ..quartoCOPPERPLATKV ; and profit.
1)r.. .. .
2Cih, ( ,-. 1827 \jTIEH, u d h.p thf'm l Ia-\t nT.I. __ I'.t.._
'pt"'nll't. V .... ... .......
I1" : \ iwu. nu-a TO tiC "ze of thework - I VL
---- 8. Chapman JOHN ChXltK: 1 the South have
-- been
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: .J.'J, i P.JIH.N.SON: ; Trustees *uno' ;' wrhicli will be the following .tS enterprizm and
!K)0 1)ollats! J I Cit!! L onstahle.Pemacoln UiCllArti) LOMi. J Alhuninra. Ancient 1 of Uan.tfurnii. as actiin their researches as tm'se of

Atiiictd.: IK'7 --jr-if. at APllrL....' ii.nVVst the Xorth. Rut whilst the discoveries;
Fit-nda, ( P-ilac: (If the Mountain

I : n EV A I D. I 'tPJ'' ".... 'ff""t""J' ,. -" q'-,--" -.'It'-,-",'," September lit, 1 7-_0tt', } Mooruh sings inPer one of thi. seven made by the latter are immediately
: '
4>4'. .... ,-.:;. v :"" } ..--- -- --- brougnt into notice by ther: periodicalpublications
J LEN from the residence of James -- Sp.1in. \vi SJ Inncr..ritya small vrrvlitvvk. OF rut By: tite President of the United View of the 'plIiI\ but few hose: ot the fomer are known
to for
want of

vivceu r V\est5 FLORIDA ilD. 7OCZLTA.Til ). ft- ?fit---as.ON ,--. over ir.antnt the Bn.ljje: ) GrOlt' of Ocehle8.! I communir"ltI1Upn".t-- ----- ---. -... ....a......proper... ... U h,.veniclcf9 .Ir"'.;__;.;..._..
Scuuyl- Temple e.f Pluto.
F. undersigned pursuance o<" law, I JOIIJT! I 1 that: their imiirovvin-nts have bet.
cOlitainlll).;' a variety of papers ana dociiiiinits Inxing: purchased! II QUINCT kilL Pont Dj Gird: near : o-uer
; MSU a sum orml'n, Y. the Press and T_> pe of llic: above paper, IIui .\li.\ 'i I! President of the United ::-ta; !?-. I -Etna from the Niaaies, Langu rapid than ou'rs. and) thatve are at tu.s

lIe s.id papers can be of no use ,h.dr announces iU! *(;rwer{ putrors! and the of America, do hereby (kclnrtf anJ maLt- Gardens I of tiie doc.. day so defici.-nt: .n this oranch of knowledge

Vfexcept to the owners, :i' (1 1 1vli" rv Tvill public, his intention ot cflntinuii; its pub. I known, tint a public !la1!>* will}! be h.'I.1.1 Prince of IJiiica Silnsburr'ti: ascent of isuch bfingthr' -'ase: : do s .1 ..ot

restore thetn to either *f tUe! 1T.iIer.igtictL liration UUJ'('I' the r.mc ti'i i *. I the L-ni.i ojrce! at Tailuhasiee, in the I'erlitoiy ria. I Mont Rlanc.C.r accomc cur PJa-iters to come f mvnrd aa I

; I In assuming the : of rionda, on 'he! second )h ."si it, in the prseat uncl
l or to11'o!! ;) PUJ'ticr, snail rLcci\ c responrbililtes of a b nuay 11' view of St. Petersbur..rb ade near rt.lkingid
th. yJiove Keward'd' Public Jotirnai) the prop iftor ::a aware: | Dcr.eidber nt'xt, for the disposal! of the Oy-. contribute: (roe) time to time such. i i.f.
One llunclrecl Dollars o f the uuluous and dillicuit tak lie has I bu'l h. c in CI Ugnitfd.;: : 1. to wit : A'-ch Street. sans.of Daupbiny.Desert the GrandChartreuse : ts may be of service to the cur

undertaken ; but relying upon\ erhrient i'ovnsbips No 1 and 2, of range _\o. 6. ; Ferry, munity. This work will be divj J-'l .i'to
anil no (1ue:>>..oa; >> sliuil !he a4 Ctt. ] ; No Pij deiphia. three Fart 1st
'loxvnslup
2 parts.
:aid from nu'nerous fri *nds! upon the in- 3., 4,5, Original-Part 2.1.
Ptraclc East
James Inneravily, (ittlgence of the public and pledging s..r.,; G, :uii'l 1 iV.icuoiuil c, tounded -Prospect ofGiant's Selections and Reviews-Part 3d. Agricultural ;
by A be lard.Gu Cause .
John In assiduous and unreunttetl exertions iif ; JVVHS.'I-DS) : ,"..'0. 7 Sc y, of Uangc _"o. 7 ; Information.
tie rarity.Visacola it'. .
h lopes render the Advocate vehicle ? October 241h! 13.7.-32-tf.SamuiiV & Uruljje of IJri.dna. of Segovia,
7 ,
Macsioi'.1
intbrmaiion. auci on Agriculture
t i Political 'discussion : U/AM-" Horticulture, Bytany -
) conducted with terr\perance and proprie- snijn; .\o U an; I L1. ot Range Xo. a. i Spain.Lake _ural Afi irs, and Domestic Econo-
VixUfcysmt.t' I Slat. Prisos. Auburn of KiHarney!
: t y. will be freely admjfited into its ci- Til''It:1: :I) :'0. I tat; .! I I.1 my. Not only the present staple articles!'

t ; 'iTAS just leceived, per Urig; llcbe ,limns, 'v'thout regard to existing parties: f-..c: !i :!..1! Un\n.iiiijiiN I New York. from Ken mure of the South will be attended to, but aUo
: .. Tynwald: Uill Isle Park.
! .. JL from New-York, and withuntI1Y participation on the put o. '..-, !'J, MM 11 1, of [Lange Xo. 9. I' the introduction of new objects! of Culture -

i ; A Fresh supply of GOODS of the Kditor in the divisions which (10! i. 1'ovim',:' ,I""-',. I =ilH i 2, Each subscriKer will thus be furnished such as the Grape Vine, Olive, Capers /

o may hereafter agitate the public mind. I ant 'L a.;'.:'O': ti ii> ,-n- yearly with seventeen superior Copperplate Tea, Su-jar Cane, Silk Worm and

an.org which arc the following articles, Iiihhortit u-ill be the ot'je..t of the IM-i iItor shis\.il, ..i.dK, of Range No. 10. Un -ravinjs, the pric? of which if others, which have: as yet been untried. Iz

: ,'il; i to render 'he paper acceptable and \ll siHii'e hiju.ii: <.1\ the busie line, and purchased:' singly would more than dou- of course not known how far they may

; useful to alL i Easll t tin-j 1111:11.1\... ble the annunl cost of the entire work. I be chmatized. Only that branch of Horticulture .

: 1 D11q Jos. D. I TinT :i--n ,i.; '. ..:It- tl, he offered( th". IV. THE TOlLET.-.ln addition to the : will be for the present attended:

: COGNAC Davenport. rderiboie dovir .;.ii-,l. begmnin;; witume I usual Lmter.iry matter contained in similar : to, which relates to the Kitchen Garden.

.. -- HANDY, j':1)i1' \. ,. i' o st nuii.ui: r afYction J in each.aMtis : publications, the Proprietor has completed : When the proper time shill; arrive we

: iverv! |l..tw for an arl.angernent by which he will : are prepared to give directions
2
t the
Casks Madeira Wine, TilK I Florida Advocate will be < iiiu orj I lor tti-2
S. pub tish ,ch ,01,;, be enatilcd to rum:')" correct Jescripiiong II culture of the
01 tor 01111
2000 Ihs Loaf'and : :: purpoj-es, are to be' : I higher brancncs.
Lump Sufrar. ed once week on a r:>\.il sheet, at fivilollarn I of .
tlitprevailing; fashions both foreign I
2000 do. in vchided from N.J-! ;. 1 Part 2d. will contain selections from
Soap, '
Large uHd :.tnalJ per annum! p.iyaule in advance.Advertisements
: : .- 1 domestic) illustrated r
:iv-ii uuilcr/ ., I an with efe- F
boxes insrrtcd II\ : i. ;it l'i ? Cily ofU'asI'.ius-! rtignYorks on the above subjects, s(>
at the rate of one tII, tliis '- ,;:ti! .\. '. punt engravings besides the regular seri's far
c 800 Ibs. Smoked J Reef :o1la: tor the first iwi-uij ; day oi'.May, i) I U2.P ; ab they may ot applicable to tite soil

) 15 Bb). and half! bbls. No. 1 ftesli .,flI fifty per cents square for cAch.snlJu. 'insertion ient ,I Jiin uhicy Adcims.IJi once in each cjuxrtcr ; places oltiuhionable and climate of Ute Southern section of the
q con- lesort sketches of life
;r
j ; manners Union
"Markerell tmutncc. Adveri9eucnts i will ; tl.s I'residt-n1.. or may m ome way be of use tn
be inserteduntil &:: at the rar'iest! ,
: tc.
:!siibhperi
po
2 do. pickled Salmoa foroid, unless specially: I ordered to I 16-:i,;,. C.UO. GKAHA.M, od, and from the mlUdt lIic our planters- Reviews of sucti works a?
sources.V.
1 Box smoked! do. tHe contrary. Cominnjiu:.cr ol the General Land ())7cj Editot's n>ay treat ot'the Agriculture of the xa
10 Hbls. -- depaitment: ; Notices ot b'-ates; OP such as either
directly
Mes* Beef The present subscribers to the! --.-- -------- may or
'vo- ", a-.i"g' event The Ijranna. N Publications "
"J' If" ? r J ; ; -w -'
10 Bixes Hrrring -citte will receive the aperas heretofou v .::10 i.IJ ';'-.1.i.. indirectly Lave an influence on us, win

50 boxes and half\ bo tec fresh bunch Subscriptions t:> the above received it r To the ReceiicofpiibLc J.rIJ.IlSsUl'plt11IintaJ'j : .- ; Criticisms...... ,.... [eriews- &c. :*c. be inserted in this t.lrt of .;ie work.

Raisins Figs, dried Currants, the OtSc- of the Pensacp'a'! G tzette.We to that of the 22c1 II J,:.hi z. J.,' Part 3d. will contain-orief Agricultural

and AlmonJs. .t'JruarlJ J :lG.Tll".t THF. SOlJVKiNm.; ; will be published Notices, sn that our Planters may not remain -
'
2 BMs Rr.'rgne Sausages, in fine .tLMSlB.IOAIf' :i'.A1\lgIliA. I every wCr) eD.\Y:; on extra medium ignorant of what is going on, bus

order. .wish that I : even mei-d of this {.to;ltY..,_..DEPA2LENT..._ t.1 4 (t \-rD 7 a Co :I fine white ptpt-r printed with new and may have an opportunity of knaiv 111,7
.. 1 do. Beef Tongues journal should ufJerstjp.iI and that this I 'U I1:>1 -Il J.f 7';{ } and decorated what is done in the different the
ee j!r nt type, : in addition I parts
Sill -It has been ?()ijEJ advisable i
10 Roxes Cheese would have t'ie kindness for world in aid Agriculture.. i is
to make it to tbe! ('iuvings alluded to above with It hoped,
I'ius considerations: far !
v. so to
500 Ranches On ions known that to any one who will procure : carry into I many: Embellishments Each Numberwill that this knowledge, will be as a spur to
envctn hiation i i'u
MI : given instructionof
?- Fn st" s-iliscribersand my our entroriRfld CAII< 111iNn in m-iV/
Gunoowder four emit on their W : '!
) comprise eight pages, Cult, stitched -
the 22cl 1826
: Imperial and CViun TEA. account 20, we will send a fift.'i:: COl(pv nf the Febnury, aso discontinue and expressly adapted for "binding. At fresh exertions. Here ahowill be i inserted -
", reeeipl ai J&'-V hind ofllcoftte,
( list
; !r Hyson j the American Farmer without charge-or, of the expiration of every year, or the close a of Agricultural, Horticultural! and
I notes .tI yioci'l or State bank
; ioa small boxes & canisters.. anyone who will procure five subscribers not' established .i of a volume, subscribers will be furnished Botanical Works, and occasionally some

I 40 t tices: cotton will be allowed to.re tain $5 on his re or existing nthe state or territory gratis with a general) index of the con- notice will! be taken of their contents.
Ragging where lie land (-rIice is situated.Hut .
; 33 Coils bale rope tnitting the remaining $20. We beg also that those who TiKrnd tents, and a handsomelyengraved title Advertisements of Agricultural Works

.. 300 Peiceslron lJollo to repeat, that all Vkhich is necessary to purchase page.Price. and implements, or :any other which may

2 ''rats Crockery .ware assort'do. to be done by any one, wishing to subscribe public land may ha\- auiplc time to prepare subscription $2 50 per an- interest the Planters generally, will be
for this ? will
it not into
20 Kegs Nitre Hall is to enclose a five dollar note by I r.i.&nge go operation rum, payable in advance.: Postmastersand published on a separate sheet,and attached

shot, Lead, Flints Gunpo.'deruck mail, at the risk of; and addressed to ttir : until the fi'st of January >28. others out of the City, procuring five to each number.

! Editor of the American Farmert Baltimerc 01' thert'cr.pt of tim! instruction, the re subscribers and We hope all >mcrt as are d>, .
for favorably
Letter. becoming
Writing, & Wrapping paper &c. .. ., I ct IVI-TS of"nuWic" I1Ij;,ies will give the responsible
-
:- -anu wneiiier me money oe received or ne- the- na.vment...-.r -----. .ttrtil. n-*- f"nt-....tl..rt... .... tn..'" -D "Qi'\"th".",""u&g......- I posed to the work will assist us in contributing -
AL O. IN STORE, not the will cessan' notice in one ot tUe lIeW"'UI!>tri to its
paper be forwarded imme py gratis pages, and als I in procurmg-

A. Genrcal Assortment, o diately, and the actual receipt of each in their districts. and will continue it The Copper-Plate embellishments will! UDscribers for it. We request, all who

number of the volume will be guarantied once a week ui.tilt".e change takes place.! be superintended by the Publisher and are disposed to contribute, to forward toutneir >
GIL
The notice slnuid! be
CER1ES.Fensacol accompanied with
by the ditor. the typographical: part of the work wit communications as early as posuinle. -
I the( mentijned in the iuitruction 1
*, Octb'r 25th h 1807--32-St.BTOTICE. The American Farmer is published caution he under the exclusive direction of Those who have made experiments -

. weekly) by J. S. Skinner, Postmaster of before referred tel, that purchasers of Nfessr Atkinson and Alexander, who I with Grape Vines Olives, Silk

Ualtimore, printed on fine paper the size public land nay provide themiolvea WIn I have been BO long known to the public as Worms, or any other articles new to our'

THE subscriber a.lustlceof the eace ordinary newspapers, folded so as to specie States *r notes .ftlle bank of the United I able and enterprising artisans, that: it is: States, or can.give any information relative -
its
:, the County of Ktcambu, duly! au make 8 pages ; about one bar! or four or branches. j entirely unnecessary to say that so far as to them we particularly! solicit tr>
In
-... thorised, commicsionf and sworn has (a. pages, devoted to practical Agriculture ; : continuing to receive the notes *fbanks ;I they are concerned there can be no communicate what they may krtow on

ken an office in the hcus** belonging to : the remainder: to Internal Improvements, in the State or Territory in which I doubt as! to the elegance of its execution, the subject.
i E GentT-il Call-: Rural and Domestic their land office is sittiarted t the receivers i TERMS -This work will be
where he cin he fruml at Economy selec and with regard to his own snare of the printed
an> !Ii'iur in the day, for the tra-isxction: ofHe tions for housekeepers! and female readers will conform particularly to the instruction I I arrane-erncntiUhe Publisher bindshnnseli. on ood nanrr. and in the octavo si1e.

;.p bu mess. and Natural History and Rural Sports. already mentioned in guarding against I i in case he should fail to perform any essential at g5 per aunu, payable on the deliveryof
twjhlalsodo A minute index and title the receipt of the natenofany banks I I the first number-S 'f paid twa
of his
.___......._ _.. .L._ _any__ ©ing,. or. adjust ole Volume page to the that do not nay in snecie on demand or I II part undertaking, to refund months t
t- I \\UUJII un un: mo<;\ reasonable terms \\ i.i nilblisheilami fnrivarrt. the price subscription. after. The first ntunoer will he
-
. and with promptness.Conveyancing.. ed with the last number of each I volume.; that are not'Ii; undoubted good credit ; I Agents will shortly be appointed indifferent issued on the first January r' next, and on

.\ single number will be sent to anyone and as the receivers, have mean, which patts of the United States, until the first of every uiontn succeeding in

. who may desire to see a specimen of the tl.n Department, from its remoteness, which time subscriptions be receivedby number* of from 32: to 5v) p-ges, accompanied -.

The subscriber also respectfully informs publication. has not, of. judging of the character PHILIP PRICE, Jr. No 66 Lombard with engraving w.'icu: necessary: .

I.is friends: and Jie public in general, that To all Editors who will give the aboveone and condition! of confidence the banks of is their Slate Street. Philadelphia, to whom all orders John I). Legare.
or Territory full entertainedthat
# lie will dray Deeds Mortgages, lldU: off or two insertions we shall feel much I will, ..lL will be addressed pnst paid -And als. Charleston, Augusti 1827.tJrSublcriptions .

Sale, & Poweis .Attorney, with neatness: indebted,and will gladly reciprocate their they use necessary vigilance by JUDAH DOBSON, 108 'Jhesnut street;
S lin, preventing the receipt of any notes by : received atth&. .
kindness. i nthe Office of SATURDAY EVENING
and .41 l : the i the -
kj prec sonf: on most reasonable -
. and accommodating' ; and soli- I P. S.,The American Farmer is circulated j i iI |I \vhicti loss may happen to the United POST, Na. 112 Chesnut street, two Qaztttt- OJice. .
States.
chi a portion of public patrcn'ge.; ,I through every State and Territory and is doors oelow the Post Office. r -
written for I am, Sir, very respectfully, your obedient .. P3.INTI4.
,
by many of the most distinguished Subscribers
11. B. Stringer. are requested not to pay
practical farmers in the Union. ] ecn'iUlt.lUchard any monies unless accompanied by the Executed with neatness and dc.pat; .
. ..
; Fcnsacobj 17tl Oct. 182r-31-if. If. Kush .
UtatU
Uunt .
iJiC1I1, L'CnSCOW receipt qf&; Publisher, or the Agents, i at tkis Ofict.



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