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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 16, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
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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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KASSS& hardly bc-uecessary to cite the ft't'e imposed on .
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Consuls
ity named. There is no treatise by the Act of Congress of the writers, if the court
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SCLB EDITOR to
Asn PHOPKIETOR having connection with, this April. 1792-and among others ''I a ide. and suits for that'
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PubJher ofllle..LaUJ of the United States. where the rule.may not be found. of taking charge of, and'securing the effects this sUbject-would a practice: on | V But.the objection purpose.

f'U.BSCraI'TlOli-Yt'ar g5 In regard to the Ship, the Master is entrusted derstand stranded American, Ships. Bat as I t'n- 'dec.Wrilerf the owners or un. [ sustained as'sound ,in ifit'COTCflbo' : -

Half year 3 with it, and ili -the confidenti-nl the Statute, this i is their duty in hider to trust the f the the opinion of

Quarter..,"car 1 50 of the owners. Fe\V persons, in any agent |, ordinary cases, y.\\y\ where the masters, I cution of tbeir.tiaint. ; atJa-the prose- Court, does not apply tV\he' pre-
relation owners and assertion sent
Subscription payable in advance.AnvEKTtsiNO ; have so extended a mandatum absent consignees arc each of them of thci nglto and case. This is a question of sal.
4pF
interests
: ,. Kvcry advertisement prftrumfttuni Masters.Jacobson's conferred upon them, as Ship S. 27i, Kent's Com. 41. 2 '''01. Laws U. r the courts ofa foreign and in vage, and salvage upon the vessel I' and

of the wi ltli of one column ami measuring" Sea Laws, fc2. ] I: I I country distant ; cargo of n foreign nation and'
Livermoie give view to the like
on Agency. 70. my of this Law master of ca-
than twelve because the vessel] 'ses'
not more lines of this type,first has been it I i ill which h of insurance
.IJnder so must
certain depend
insertion one dollar, each weekly continuance circumstances, and for Counsel, and earnestly discussed by .the happened J to ship their ''and i call for the' upon,
fifty cents ; longer and wider ones at proper purposes, (well defined in the Law) hag au important not because I perceive that it rcbandize; but belwtlc whom and decided 'applitati6nnd; be
Ruse and j thej' may pledge or hypothecate the bearing upon tfiequestion themsch'l'S: 1 j in a greater or less
il.c same rare figure work, and Ship, before me. The there is no of 'ttejjfeo,
double pi ice for Le first in.'erlion.iritisciiit'nts Ad- thereby bind the owner_but the better of the right"to prosecute In behalf ; of whom priyjty contract by force of the mercantile law Eu-
. opinion I i" owners "of
generally
will he __ that under.. any circumstnnica underwriters, when they have I rope-
tasfefuUy displayed 1 their most
.1. _property has. been takm. .. personal know I certainly i thternationjil-__... .
uiey may not sell, though this _.. ftr.. k. o. ed.c; WIIOIar hpt n .
; IIcrenlinto the nature of them, find "willb. there; on point and for the .n. iii mcni, ... ---- -..>..n. and that which 1
is doubt. 1 Liv. purpose of its eutru.'Jt i by the '
72. I I of
173. restitution is distinct by no 'tialtpns Eu
mrjistirrd matterof this one
by size 1 as to the
tjpe. from ;
, Hut that the Master of the Ship does that of taking possession of I !Jut for cargo; rope are governed irr t1} r'
Ulien inserted at intel vah, (that is, not inserted not property by the the ttie.purposes of its ( 'comnwr-
rt"pr escut the owner of the Consul--and is .safc-kcrp-- cial intercourse
, every week, from the first to .the he is Cargo-but that! distinct from especially I lug and) Couv with each"othtr.-.Any
a stranger to it, in ordinary the duty of taklag- into ( yal ccwlio'may be, law or
lat: insertion) each iusci lon will be char- Law, too clear and cases, is charge; the effects of his and we prcstirne principle, aflbiding to nations
reasonable to be stranded vessels.' :: jSf an honest ,
f'C I as a new ad'rrtsemcnt.-Amounts; for ques- And here m\n otthe individuals of the
tioned. it audI
For all also different
may be
advertising payable always on dcnmnd.iCP purposes but those of. .thftt.th duties well to observe, competent ship muster, but who in their mtons !

: : Liberal contracts will be made with saft-kcfpinff and conveyance, he has no not to be prescribed by statute, are must be compar 1ti\' ly intercourse with one another -
more power over it than a .:' construed to the exclusion the ignorant of), a rule of action is
those! who wish to advertise by the year. whenever 'trang r And resulting from of others | people, of the to these rwtious .
. foi such the usages and laws of
except nature
O* rommunicntions directed to W. purposes- he in- [ 'tar appointment of the Cons LI- .1tlje foreign and to the individuals dflVcted

Ilasell Hunt, I'm.t Master, Pcnsacola, will! anJ termeddles his acts with tortious it, his conduct i in unlawful l, I for the accomplishment, and which of are necessary I I I be country. Should a rule thereby, international n.
the
teddy, attended tot Still; thorp nrp. l'",-- c, ._.l.against,,,,__. I.- .i-tnc- <$wtjer.. jects for which-.. thA-.-- nm..." '* ____beneficial_ ob-, j lit the fstabhsbed to .prefer such----. 'nprClln I--. .....t, It is CXnmsslv lair! HA. TH :.. Jf
n-- -.n"v
I ____ -" v." tr.iictcijy me operation I lit cieaieu. These exercise of this --j ---- .v' r.u, HIJ OI
of Law, he may, end must exercise the uu- I teat remain in notwithstanding the statute is si- to all right, so i important Dall- s," 190, that as to' salvage
: i' ; thorih. regardio them. \"ul1ceruc, rather on
t and discretion of agentover the Cai- Keats, Corn. 41. than a wrecked'Jropcrty found
In public
theexercis'-the Consul, resident at scd, the
not in
, go only the prosecution of the watchful and super in the coun- law of
voyage nations
From the East Florida Herald.Vc at sea, but at intermediate ports, into intending care which Consuls are bound to. fry wllerc the ci tim is to be has long been settled,

t;: \ publish to day the opinion of JinJ:. c which he may be compelled to t'riter.- and give, especially to she commercial interests! ted-who, front his public situation prosecu- on principles consonant to justice and .

I Froith, in the case of the hip; James AIJtcIii-l, Phillips on Insurance, 41.0-) I 1 Liv. 178 and rights of their nation, and to the rights is presumed to be humanity, in favor of the unfortunate
interests
rl..blirlluurphe riJ.ht! of tIle Ha itish Comaul,(H'rr !Marshal Ills G:!()-7, &c. 9 John. of the iudi iduals of their na worthy of public proprietors-the
' Rep trust same
, t's.it.: ol i the late Ala-'ter, to prosecute tlje: clamir ; 30-1. John. Clm. ea 218- S. tion also, the duty and the prerogative of and has both office and reputain doctrm&is also !

!1" ivMitution in behalf (.J il.! alscm} owners In cases of imminent danger, he appearing in' the courts of justice of the lion pledge, for its faithful dis- recognized by Judge Bee, as reported -
. ud] underwriters. mny State in his
j Knowing interest" exrhi.iin throw where they reside reports at
: a part of the Cargo either for the charge-who from page 17880.
overboard r- the
i the case of this fur! audits commercial to poses of defence pu nature of his The ,
books
save the remainder or claim in abound in
,
and behalf
, the whole of cases of
commercial claims
!:M| rtnnce, we J.ad required a this; de- to save their appointment
coplIf 1
' and his )local
lives or to save' the country or of its subjects, is o\.'.* by Consuls for the
'1't' 1I1l alter it was prtMiotineed) and al C Ship, but this i i.> not : well)) restitution: of
now done recognized, and position, must be property
in as agent for the frequent and useful in supposed to be libelled
ublc its
J'j-njiy being to prcprut it to our readers.'J'lie owners, but as Mas- for salvage.
exercise.
: versed in They
tll1.r iivi (presented lor the decision; by the exigen: commerce, the most
t 1 tin; Ciniri, was that of Salvage, the libel cy of the case-for he may throw the goods Judge Kent observes, that it is the doctrine acquainted with the laws the common and appropriate to
/ for wliirh;; was Iljimi ae.1] with overboard of our courts, that customs the nature of their office and
cofits : we hope f ever though tile owner be a foreign Consul, and usages of his '' to tho

ill. ClUI'_ ._ next J _or_, iucucding. : huuiber. to_lav before_ sent and forbid it. 1 Liv. 1T-. pre- I duly recognized J J)-y our eovernnipnf..n_.., .H....,.,,.J.. and not tho district-Hind also, 'object and duties of their ar>noin t.
cur HMviivs ine opinion auu Uccrtc of the Court For; the. purposes of ransom assert and defend as a competent least important with the. men 4 -V
or of party '
on tlii ; ijucs-liuii aljo. In certain cases, he exercise repair S the: rights of property of the individuals r characters and qualifications} ; of.
01 merchants
Superior Court, District of East tlorida.Alexandci over the cargo. Where may other means control fail l he I his nation in the Courts of the United. agents and others, on whom- Judge Story, among the first Admiralty

Claxton Libellant, &c. ) IN AD- may sell a part, to effect repairs on the States-and: may ;institute suits for 4hat pur the interests of the distant Lawyers of the age, remarks ina

Ts- > Hnlc Ship, that the residue may betaken to the pose without. any' special} authority from I and the owners, case where the subject was under
Si;,ip James Mitchcl: of the party fur whose benefit lie successful prosecution of their
& cargo ) ALT! port destination-or for that purpose, Com. 42. nets. Kent's claim in consideration, that in the English S
The question submitted to the Court iswJuthtr though he may not sell the whole, he must a great measure depend. Courts of
Admiralty
may In the case of the a moiety is theMaximum
hypothecate Bello ,
tlie' Hrnisli Consul, John Home i it. Abbot on Shipping, 176 Corrunes-the ,
Purvp*, or John] Robinson, late Master oi.'ic /I 180. I Lh' JSI. -3-4-5. Supreme Court say, !in delivering its opinIon Let merchants and insurance I sahifge allowed. In tho _

: British! Ship James Mitchel: hbtlJedi I In case of insurance, on abandonment on this in special point, ,that it feels no dif de ide this companies I French Courts, one third, I think, of

fHI" Sail ages, shall! under all the circum-I I by the owners to the) underwriters, he be- ficulty deciding that a Vice Consul, duly question, if it were the property saved-and that .towards

nances l h e allowed! to piokcctite the claim : comes agent to the underwriters: to the recognized by our government, is a compe open to decision, and throughout the the! vessels and of those S.
tent property
f,rti.v; I same party to assert or defend the commercial] world : nations 4
restitution of said bhij) and ] extent: that he would have remained .rights of there would be but
lit/ <;. l.iv* tu.?. ., Caigo._ ._ !! 1 1th property of?he individuals. of his a reciprocity) in these
respects
.
r Y'U'J"\JJbud.% !.. bRr, .eef\.DPi.h.r men.by I .>.... nation, in one voice on the subject. ,
*I.i .. should
Commerce the 1.r..J! be
tSinterests pierogatiyesjuid f in
him. under the circumstances, nominally Ia w. 11 UUMJU to UUI UYlIvalcall.. .ttiittx. observed our.courts.tcrnational .-.
duties of Consuls, and the rights andjtnwcrsnf
:\ of Vessels, in their 'J for the owner, will entire to the benefit To watch over the rights and interests ofheir shipments that are made from this law. -

tuierul! brat ing: and operation may, be entitled cube underwriters. Abbot 176. i Liv. subjects wherever the pursuits of cornsnt're port, would the owners, in case of Here also national usages and national -

,, 10 tlie eloqueni and able examination which 3 181 Mass., &c.4012.Iars.Rep. 247. 1 Teiin.. on (us.Rep.468,GOb-14.480-1. human(' may' draw them, or the vicIssitudes wreck and claim for salvage in a foreign rights, must be ascertained > stoHiblic

N! been given them! in the discussion at 1'iil.onlns.! 470. great object affairs for which may Consuls force them, is the place, elt-ct that the master (;f national ships-and, the Libelof

thIs bar.Milcliel But the and question, as or regards! lh;; :) In case of misfortune or shipwreck, ex tl-ieir sovereigns ; and in are a deputedby country the vessel, of whom they know noth- the salvors, as well us Jie several
Cargo
as regards
..Limes: oit ow neis and umlcrnliters, docs nut ap- ncccstitate rei, the Captain must be author where laws #govern, and justice! is sought! iug'r, and on whose intelligence or pe- claims for restitution, state the facts, a

] ,'.Ir to the Comt, to possess that gtcat in- ized tke to pay Salvage, theme being no agentof 'or in courts only, would! be a mockeryo uuiary responsibility they have reposed 'that the vessel in this CLSeV.IS
of the .
owner goods at hand-and them from the
which hns in been altribul preclude only avenue, wrecked foreign coast and bound
re.-t, argument, no confidence should on a ,
may, under surh circumstances, dispose oft thruu..h, which their course lies to the end of. prosecute -
Tunes
-d to it. If John Hume prosecute 1 part of the Cargo, for that purj>os. ..- heir mission. ; their claim in a foreign court, to a foreign port ; but brought from

she Claim, and restitution thctcon be de- Mars on Ins. 470. and bind thence, within thejurisdiction of this
cieed it does not necessarily follow) that Tim long nnd universal iisncrn of them to alL the expenses
-
the control of the property, thereafter, will When a voyage i il1 interrupted and the he courts of the United States, has and incidents of such prosecution- court ; where the question of salvage,
Ship absolutely disabled fiom prosecuting
be given to him, or that he will be permit- it fui {her, the Captain, where the circumstances sanctioned the exercise of this right, WOUld they elect such person to prosecute connected with all these circumstances -

fed to touch ur distribute it.-.Nor on the will warrant it, may $leU" pail or and it is impossible that any evil or in- their claim,ignorant as he must is now to be decided, most clearly -

wilier hand occasion, if John be not llobiiiaon allotted the Master hypothecate the whole, to pnuute means ouvenscnce can flow from it. Whe- be of every necessary step to be taken according to principles of international -
this
to
<>n appear
for transporting it, or the residue of it, to Law. V
in Couit as the claimant; ami ready toy its ther the powers of the Consul, shall and of every trust-worthy person to
place of destination. But. where the
fcs that he would, therefore, be depriredolthe voyage cannot be completed, he may not in any instance extend to tho right to be engaged, in preference an American But the question, as to the respective ,

control of the Ship and Cargo, on a sell the cargo, and if he 'do, the act is-tor-: I I receive, in his national character, the Consul appointed and resident rights of these claimants, is not

decree of restitution-or,,'if allowed to prosecute tious, and he cannot hold the money." Abbot : proceeds of the property libelled and in the district for thtt: purpose. aud rested here. It does appear,. where .
that after such de rev, he would of 0'1)
Ships, 276. the of tho vessel and eCon-
master
; transferred the its best ,
course be entitled to the control. These to registry .of a court, competent to performance.
From all the the io -
cases together proposition
sul have been in the
81 e distinct i questions-on none of them is is true, as laid down in the books, that is a question resting on other principles. It is desirable: that questions like present same
Cl'e! Court yet called to decide; they depend C Wheat. District, and before tho same Court,
168-9.
ordinarily the Master is a stranger to the this, should be examined on generalprinciples \
en matters heieafier to and that the Consul has prosecutedthe
appear may that his duties confined yet
cargo- are lileraf'y
Our books of full of Hud be tested their
reports, are by
ultimately: rest on the eslunaie: which .the I to its afe-keeping and conveyance-that hei general claim for restitution, the master'spresence

t"ouit shall form, of the discretion and Ctrctsof i may not act for lha owners, Anther than cases prosecuted and defendcd by 1 bearing and effects-and then, notwithstanding. And now

the claimant. Cut the ptopert,} is t his, except in cages of instant, uiifffcscei Consuls in behalf of individuals of t hey -may be scen divested of the ,
let l it be asked-could the Consul
now in legal custody-and it is the duty of
and iinprotiileilfor necessity. t their nation, or in behalf of all concerned clouded atmosphere thrown around
the Com carefully to guard it, for the benefit ;' have been sustained in asserting tho
And that the
character of
I then
I agent or belonging to their nation. I them local interests and excitements
-
by .
of those who be entitled had .
may finally supercargo \forced upou him, net by the claim, if the right by law belonged
to ICetive it. I will nOt cite authorities to this point, I -and the hope of attaining a I
appointment of the O'.iuer, hut &bye\ poli- to the' master, to. isis, the Consul's,
The question then at the bar, as was sta- the i it is only to a volume t and result be ie more
j$ cy oj Laic, to protect! and save the pro- necessary open rue just may exclusion 1 If the right by law, was
tfd l by tine of the Counsel, which has excitUo -'
fhi of find them.
1 perty. duty safe-keeping and conveyance o admiralty cases, to certain.
< much heat, and produced sucn extenI I even in these unforeseen cases of So far I in the master's, thus exclusively, couldhe -

sive carch, is a question altogether, as to ncces lty,'still being the hasis of the inter as liaveyet progressed The court has not overlooked or by consent, or agreement, havo ..

counsel fees-and wlio sL.aI1lLac the prosecution fl'l"t'occwithout, which it is not WQ.I ranted the examination of this question and forgotten the point made in the argument transferred it to the Consul Is the

of(his claim, that his Counsel may 1 b y Law. 10 h East. 150. 9 John Rep. so far as the law has yet been stated by the counsel for Capt. Robinson be ant1 *to '

le paid. This 1 mean, has:! nccn .tlie excit-: 30-1. 4 John. Cna. ('218-26.: &. Phil on i it appears tis to Capt. Robinson, that Consuls right to a party prosecute

itl 'J'ttStion-lJUt the Cow believes that l lns.4iO-li. 1 Liv. 179 &c. Mar. on Ins. hp this claim in behalf that; arc permitted to i in our courts, upon a given and fixed

tl.... misappichcnsion on this subusimas may prosecute in courts, and prosecute or of .and [
( i* some 526-7, &c Abb, on Sh. 17 -SO. appear claim, a matter bargain courtesy -

..hd i for. been already remarkcd.itly That on this principle, of unprovided for of the owners, the underwriters, or'of i defend the interests of their nation, -or..is it a matter'of strict IUd

"(' .' is not yet perceived, that cither oftit'uilenirn necessity, the Master may be authorized to all concerned, as their agent l l.y the or of the individuals thereof, only incases : law ? 'IV

,!1. who have filed claims, prosecute a claim for restitution, where the operation and policy of the'law, if it which the principles positive

.mgii lie be peimittcd to prosecute, will Ship and Cargo have been libelkd for Salvage be a case of instant, unforesten and and depend International on Law That the Consul, in cases to which /

t'f rjuihc be entitled to receive the proptrtvluch cannot be denied-but w hether, in application I shall refer, did prosecute, .behalf

\> may be-rcklurcd.Stil5 this case, the unprovided necessity, out unprovided for, ne ccssit ,. This position I: understand to be inferred of the distant owners or underwriters' ,

::, tiie question, who shall be Claim- o which alone the authority arises, exists ornOI That as to the Consul, that he possesses from die observation of the :
tint, OH general 1 prinsiples, is deemed to be is the 0 ; the.master being presentgeSO far I
question. so t tar as the right is spoken of Supreme Court; as reported by '
1I11J.on"lIt.| and the Court has spared no labour Before I attempt an answer'to this to prove, that in such case..&'Limas..
quesa nd described in the books '
of the Bello
in the
an unqualified \Vheaton case P
or investigation, which it had either. tion, I will advert, concisely, to the powers ter could not prosecute. Bees? Kcp.141,17880,209H. .
timber taler.t tobeftow, in the hope of an 1- and duties of Consuls as exhibited in the &positive power to assert & Corrunes, that a Consul l ; a compeiI: V

vijj at just conclusion. books. defend the rights ol property.or the tent party to assert or '

li was well observed by one of the Coun-: Consuls, arc well uHderstood to be commercial absent individuals of his nation, in the rig'uts of the individuals of his nation, In the case of Gernon and Cochran .
Hi. thai tins such have been the twice instituted
] au- Consul
at daj
to reside in the of the United States that thcr Spanish
appointed and of
"*i-.ccs' in legal science, that few questions agents, courts i in "any court having jurisdiction of jibe
sea pens of Foreign Countries to watch the suit for the recovery
C'.I", be presented, where, if the point has he may institute suits for that purpose causes affected by tho application of
: over the commercial: rights'and privileges in behalf of the Spanish -4-
110t been decided and anologies behalf the property .
in
principles party for whose international Law.
of the nation deputing them; and in many V District of South Car
nay be the book, cleprly ex- in the
not found in owner,
instances i i interests he acts. V
to direct and in
advise,
picked, nhich will serve ns guide and_ R prosecute This exception, as reported, literally olina while the Captain-ras' present.Tlie .
behalf of the individuals of that
rulto: tlc Court, and which will save itt natioa. Vat. Lib. 11. or Sec.subjects 34. Kent's If the law afforded no further lights goes to the Court, and not to the question of propety'hoWiiterefiuiauysettIcd '

on) straying in untrodden wilds,and from Cora. 40. Phil. on Ins 349. on the subject, than these alreadypresented.the causeii in wli'tclTa Consul may 'ap by "reference to V

'c.iij'ie unpleasant new jaw responsibility It might have of been prououn-added-, Their power, iLL many pases, is not mere conclusion to be made -pear-and I have no where foundtbe the was French and Spanish Ministers .' .VV

that though thebooks be silent, and the fiat ly advisory, but directory-and the decis i it appeass tome. would stilt not be right of the-Consul to be restricted In the case of the British Consul

fBiitih ion of the Consul, is binding theJnrhI extremely difficult. It true in such I of causes to be
Courts ha* not been proclaimed: is to the prosecution Job"\ L. Tlibmpson arid others

*}lat an intelligent mind and upright iuttDt ual, and which conclusive.he exercises of the his subject authority.-matter, a case, that pur data would consist of: decided by the application of international vs.the Prize Master was present.Yet

jous will discover, in the principle of jus- Hpon general propositions and of general law. I -no reason for 'such ;
see
;
Vattel fcrtsecu-
tice and light like the pillar of.tire says, *they aie empowered to at the da im.r .r:restitulion: was
a
cn. which equity safe teliknce, my be placed. Intj' teud to the rights and'privileges of their.na- principles only; and that by.the.'aid restriction ; there can be none in ted by the; donsuln .t lhe'same.was

)' rase, 1 Am satisfied, that the paths ]i I''.- iou, and to terminate disputes and- jnjsuuderttttndhigi of these, and of thereason, .mid propriety tlie nature and object of his appoint done in the case of 22rpipesi add 10

'hicb( I follow 'well truddenand'l among Us merchants. Vat, of the thing should be compelled If the and interests of Britisli
we rights
am to arf Lib. it, Sec. 34. ment. hogsheads of brandy, : :p'!. I pcr-
trust that reasons, rules and princi- to march to-the decision L nation orofThe individuals thereof bd<
upon his
ilp l 1 are too and clear, to permit it will also be found! and I believe is ensomary ty, where, so 'far as can judgedij

me to err prominent in course. Consuls.'exercise: a control o. the respective' claims of the iConsul; are4concm'nedt his right is perfect j j I from tbe reported case, the -inttsteri .

my .. and' their and tlje master without'the ,benefit of And having reference to 'ibis- .. j V n- ;'' '
The question call* for a brief review o I. er masters seamen, as respects so, particular i V
ttr powers and duties of Masters of vesselsof elation to the ship, in many cases, ve.n.as the "trodden path,". always to desirable case;reported 'in \Vh at n, "is.I I .' was.. present V .. ", -

-,4 the' duties and prerogatives of Cor thepuymenT of wages. Phil.:on Ins to co rts. 1 ,!< the law. assertedby chancellor Kent, I, M"Tbese_l ..cases, though.} J%lojDOW ,1 9
J
aus.' l o far with the V submitted 'if st l# t lq 4
as connected subjrI ; ot .
M9.In : and I.. havo ulroAdy -,
How. generally ,
would convenience ,
who
bf.rore reason public says
m.. some countries, but not in the: United m ct fqr :ltJ1fj.., rt* bi yethQVIStrtCt
By Sir William Scott, it is observed ge-. :4tes, they ,p0t eu, .withinr their districts point, iti1.J1) :'Uw.tsTfe, silent i ,_ -..cited tlip.passage, "tb .-.s'a; l tcl! j '> << : otSouil;

ert)174) that the Master U the agent oft,' <'er' the subjectspf their:own ntzOOeqi except so 1 farasnas',6lrea y;bqensta- has a-right, to. defend and 81comp. 1 nt .: : ed- '/i

tI"nrof the vessel-but not of the owoe criminal jtlri di tio* "bat this is,"powerjmt :- 'ted..b. ? \*must**> >''Jae*deemed'tho*<**%S* V* ".**sare Ptt teot?; ri3rrthe( gbiiJpph: >?J tFar9t W.C:;t"' f1.fP! eI

tct.ofth Cargo, unless xprcu9',1Q: constitt' can be exercised, but by the p rmb.t9u. i; attd ifidsT accelbtal f lei>aiio.jbeneficial i partyfUiP4idU43: i hik.naliot. ,, f ; tgTc! .laminar. : J gqtla 4-
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.. Ibe m2r1tl.f' ro.Br dtord HoirfrfS .. .... : With! an aliundantT.ipply- of facts,
The fcntUh' ship James Mitdnlt nlca n't1N, 14Wbl b-1 I d''ltJt 1 J1fJ l '
lished co. ; or;
1ft nY: ,other tistrcl..of ,the U.j I in.tb'is.e. t, to the. ritshcOfl1'tere8ts ,. '\I I cast June last,';,contained' acargo ba l lonk f rep b.lcad' .nti14ut bothidt3-e, In plde"tapp; I ifa \'l%' !flfrnabheto. IUJ
d. ; "': the a &* to#
'sited States, Tby'rd41siConsul wlJlCre' ; Ld $200,000 ; ; yet I1Yf itl t nuniT

-% is in the DlStJkt,j jryiiJs .tioe itO tlti taAl: 4 oWlker.and.e! :underwriters ofcotanijtfce,, as y*.wellasprindptcs.ofLatv3 ,. .Bame lately) sold t' Key West (r't!:I I make" I'he.: must foUgfin?'confess ettractt.., thatI' hiThispublication V JI 1,. pfcprife.9U ,;attf' 1 feitncss!! .otb? r., prc the

to prosecute/and wfcoprosecute and .to the ,atisfaction
< sentments
: : $60,000- ) with great surprise re- of even
they appear iced?
the claim', '! I.th cseof Bawl: /41elltr. it be tho most sceptical
recogtiizethe IYth { I was surprised to see ,
Sept :
require the court to hSI' WU't, : gret.
for to me,
necessity
and unprovided I THO. MADISON
unforeseen( British ship 'knew that I had given them DI1AI1POJU
which con- right of the'Consul-- uc1 its dutyto The cargo of the i I cause 1 .

; docs not czisf. Upon att the guard and protect the propertYthe of James Mitchel, that was brought to j no cause ,to make such statements andI I from the Florid I
greeaUy to Advocate
:
*
To-
tingoircy only and law on the subject subjects .of a foreign.state* subjected thfe place by the Hortftet and John A? I assertions gilinst:t Die, and all the jury' 1ft consequsace' of a puhlication ill
authorities
; and thereby liflgftrttee.tea litat,j 1 but themselves ; and Regretted it| the lastFturida
permitted ever toHcl to its process, darns, ttabeet, AdYQ ate, signed ,1rnd
the
: can .; Caplain for the owners.or under i brought into its legal custody and days ud'will ,probably. last ten !i, because it would become our duty in Doyle, B. G. Thornton and John-

agent in to the cargo. charge,' -and to prevent waste or any more. It has been purchased principally i self defencCi. to prove that their asser Y. Gnrey,. we conceive it to be
writers
resjxrct improper proceeding iu relation to it, by persons from Havana, who I tlons; were wholly uufounded in truth ; duty,to make a fair and correct our

According, then, to the express make the entertaining this:claim, I I will make a handsome profit. 'V lit I and 'thereby placo them in a v$y disagreeablesituation. of all the proceedings statement

.I-' terms of tho la\?, and to the the practice Con as desirable-as it is- usual andl g 1. have also the sales cf the cargoes of ." took place.,in the Grand Jury, which in .

-4. and decisions of our courts, It and directed'by-the ChaunceV and scnr. a S a a relation
and U is his duty is adjudged I. tho nmmlUlnrA I- ,totii,.. presentments which were
sul is : party, -
'I a proper claim where in court, that the claim restitution: beprosecuted I PaciTei"ofPh'iiadelphia, which: were Men who are fickle and whimsical published in the Florida Advocate of
the
to prosecute ; care 1 by the' oD5' i. wrecked and brought ,to this place.! and have no confidence in-! the the 20lh ult.During .
w8hhfuaud supcrmtending
his of his and of. = "- l The Packet had a full cargo of dry correctness of their own opinions, are the first Week of the COurt
u\'cr the rights country 1VU.CIr.: ihe'UhauP.cey write for ,
I goods and.provisions- to get others to the Jury-appointed and
apt
,11g1I.. individuals. thereof he shall con- very requested tha
----- 659 'ptatillas, which Indeed such men not. unfrequently Foreman draw
had hi only pieces them. to
cross-exami- upa general
Mder it for their interest to do so.---: ?TrH3.manner in which presentment -

And to deny to him, the-exercise of nations are conducted in Courts of sold lav.There. have matters -yes a6tolutemasterS for adoption, at the close of
is now 'a--wreck on the reef, over their minds & opinions. the term. Herequeste'd the
Supreme of
this; in tho languageof Justice has been often complained jury to
power Court would boa mockery, and especially where women 'havebeensubjected i about 12 or5 mites distant, but too "I: have no dou'Ht one of their masters, propose such subjects as they wished
far off what she is-but the! friend (who delights embraced in it. The
to judge
.pretended several
sob
where the alleged -object is justice, to it. The extreme I or some jects

I and would preclude him from the to "which it is sometimes carried certainly -1 wreckers are out, pulling which shall; in controversies, but takes good in the presentment,as published, wert

main avenue, through which his exceeds the bounds".of that license --, get her first. care,of himself) di.ew up this paper, proposed by different members, and a

F course lies, to the end of }his mission. i for detecting truth which the; Savannah, October 23. and causea them to s.gn and publish : distinct and separate vote was taken

_t- To permit the Captain, to prosecute constuction of the )law: contemplates." Health of the City.-The most it in a burned manner, and before time i i' on each, whether they should or should

is willing real rediculous respecting the even forre ectioi!. In this not be emraced'! in the
the claim, when a Consul As. far as tire bVious and object reports was given general pre.

i and ready to perform the<< duty, is of the cro .examii1ation tends to elicit health of Savannah, have been for manner we may account for their inconsistency :I sentment. All the'subjects were adopted -

to permit him. to act as agent lor the the truth, -we make no objections, some time, and are now,in circulationin I! aud for the absurdity* i unanimously we believe ; for

owners and underwriters, without though we think even in this respect various parts of the interior, all caj which the paper contains. It 13 to if there was any member opposed to

their consent and without that invincible.necessity less impeitniencics might be introdu- culated (&> some doubtless so intended .I be accounted for in no other way." them then, it was not made known.

unprovided for, winch ced, and more decency might be observed ) to interfere with the prosperityof a .* a .* .. I On Friday in the second week, of tho

_r is the sine qua non of his right to act where females are concerned. the place. The fever so much To shew more clearly that thisis term when the court was closing its

at all. Some respect ought to be,paid to theirretiring deprecated, notwithstanding we have I the fact, mark the inconsistency of business, the presentments as drawn

That it is the duty of the Consul, habits, and some allowance to been strangers to it for"'Six'years past, ) at least two of these three infatuated I up by the foreman, were taken op for

their less robust__ temDcrament. We has caused little alarm among -our'inhabitants nsjder ljoD. They
!lnr1 that he is exercising... a discretion I -__-'. -- H .. men. When the presentments were j c were clearly
and;e prerogative!, which will; be most question; whether, where} a timid witness and to our..knowledge has .first read in the Jury room 'one of\\and distinctly read, and after some

acceptable to'the owners and Underwriters of this description examined, never been so bad as to attackfatallypersons : them Jumped up, raised both hands discussion, it tras determined to adopt

of the valuable cnrgo.of the i it be fair or legitimate to put questions from the country, as-tlie number I and emphatically exclaimed, / a- them by sect 3D3. Accordingly

James Mitr.hei, in prosecuting this merely for the sake of embarrassing, who visit our market daily wiih gree to every word cf: it." Now he section was distinctly read again,and

claim, I cannot doubt. It has been I i in order, where the witness's: evidenceis : impunity ought to prove. -Many of is the first man to sign his name in opposition i the votes taken upon adoption. In
I the
a national complaint, that property i perfectly intangible, to discolor the ,;I'I our citizens have returned from to it. The other one who II this manner all the sections were a-

wrecked at Key West, or made the truth by an inference equivocation, North, and business, we may say.hasj in slily puts his namc"last, proposed and I.dopted-most of them unanimously,

subject of a claim for salvage there, and to delude the minds Of the Jury j commenced wagons are 'coming strongly urged tho adoption of the but, none were opposed by more

has been 4ost to the owners and uner'ritcrsthat by directing their attention to it. I piled with our great staple, and going.. subject relative to .justices of the than two or three members. We believe .

by the various Where the question put is obviously I!' out groaningVith"fuU. freights oi valuable &c. Now he joins in opposition 17 members, were present The

4 charges and commissions to which meant merely embarrass by some I goods. .The weather continues peace For such whimsical: proceed- presentment having been thus legally

: uch property is there subjected, it circumlocution or' baseless presumption -I, cool and.pleasant-'-and on the .whole, '1 110t.will. great proprietysay 1. adopted by the.requi ;ite number, the

disappears as a drop of water iu a sandy and where the object is to per- I we think our country friends have little ings may foreman signed it, aucJ the jury adjourned

: desert. vert truth rather than to elicit it, it is to fear, and may visit uswith as I until the next morning; after

Under such circumstances, the our opinion that the Judge
ought to interfere,, and that theV t- period."Georgian. I ., T-1.- __ the three last
: great property of the! ship James ; j jJPmta. Been sworn my soldier .' muain me depend morning, paragraphswere :
I 31itchel and cargo is taken to that ness (having already answered.plainly adopted by the requisite number

place. The master, Capt. Robinson, and straight-forwardly) would be justified iii9 iI 1 Upon thy stars, thy fortune & thy strength 1 and added to the presentments. Ou*
in calling on the Judge to And dost thou now fall over t my'es: 1 of the '
: knowing -that this property is to be pro Thou wear'st a lion's hide! doff for shame members then move tbat a
hfthe of this Court tect-not.Iiersclfoitly but the cauxe-: of committee be
}placed custody And hang calf s-skin on those recreant : appointed to revise her

T ,. -j and the right of the salvors to a proportion justke, from being discoloied or perverted limbs." presentments which had been adopted

thereof, to be decided here, by a mere peico of wordy chi The gentleman who sticks-his name The question was taken and determined -

., undertakes there to appoint agents, cane.Truth Teller. in between those of his two. .whimsicnl in the negative bv large majority.
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;;;:' -- \jU "uu'UJ member Hen Drooosed t6t
and make aho et 1- g nnfltD T.he ....
.. to arrangements to his i r ---- -
name to such
0 put a production j the
a-- ennessee, now presentment be taken
: and this trial. lie consults those, interested 'in session" : it i is well l known is the very spirit of' lion* again.-This up by sec-
question
in the salvoge, interested in "Mr. McGehce enthusiastic was taken
and
introduced: a bill oppogitionenerally disagreed also determined in the
the charges and commissions on the to alter the name; of Susannah Cramer -with the Jury, if for no other i. by largo majority. The negative
property, and by their sidvice: and William -'T-i-iAY; reason for court being -
Cremer sake.
which argument about
was read NOVEMBER 16th, 1827.Veritt' : to adjourn, sent for the
under the influence of their representations the first time and The ))
passed. [The petitioner following statement signed Grand -Jury and
,
discharged them.
refuses to consult him : i
who
had been Sans Peur.
; has xronfidrnce of his considered a woman; _-_ __ __ __ .. __ by four members of the jury, is sucha i We were all members of the Jury, inconstant
had
'
government, female -
worn clothes upwards of T We complete refutation of all the attendance
who is authorised to adviso and direct are informed by Com Ridgely. that mate- and to tho correctness -
him twenty years, a'ud had gone by a female the King of Spain has prohibited !British} rial assertions of those three deluded of the above statement ware )
throw
0 himself
-preferring to
II the hands of interested into name. In 1825, the )petitioner and American vessels from carrying the men, that I deem it unnecessary ,at ready at any time to testify in the-
and of
pioducc Spain to the
agents land '
changed his habits ofCulla.
went present, to notice most hmn
Virginia
of
i rather than consult any more this manner. We know that
,
.strangers much ,
less to be guided hy, the trusted; agent married Greene a-wif, and i b now living in The PosU Office at Alaqua' (F.), which vile production, than that which. relates the presentments were adopted by the

: .of his own government.It I ountr.lDucllllg.Thc j was sontc time since discontinued, has been more particulaily to myself. requisite number to be legal-have

is clear and Parisian courts. le-establishcd; C. S. V. JONES: i'ost Master. They have very unnecessarily introduced always believed they were legal, and
a known
,1 duty, that have lately decided -- in this matter, the of believe so
1 a point that will I Governor name Mr. yet.
of vessels LINCOLN
masters in Massachusetts
foreign ports, probably put an end: to in "set ,has Biittzell, the acting District Attorney. :In tbe'sarno publication
especially in difficult and situations fighting apart Thuisday 29th Nov. to be observed I signed by
trying that quarter. A Mr. Lelorrain shuta as a Religiou Festival of'Thaukfigiving Injustice to. him .i willingly explain !: Messrs. Doyle, Thornton snd Garey,
i are to to and advise
report with Mr. Garel I throughout the Commonwealth." what they Would it is stated "
and so -that
the Consuls of their was triod for mur- willingly pervert. -seven of whom [the
.4 ; country. In many der. He was acquitted, but sentenced also Governor TOMLLNSO.X, of Connecticut,has The: jury frequently consulted him Grand Jury] opposed it [the presentment -
bound'
cases appointed the
are their
by advice same day, to be observed .
at the.suit of Garel's on points of law, and on other I ] in the
,nnd to be directed by them or their widow, to iu that State, as a day of public legal l lma'tters most determined manner,
: acts will not be in, I pay 20,000 francs to her, and 4,000to ,THANKSGIVING, PuAisfand PRAYER.Correction. to some enquiries \viiich and stated'to tnefore111anthat it contained -
approved, their own her children made, ho replied 'much I''
I their prettv ki falsehoods, the -evidence of
country, by owners or underwriters .-W. K. LATTIMEH, words To '.
'Esq. find which
-
Hints to a true bill, and on they
-or sustained and held valid, in Alicns.-For the i information Commander of the J. S. Schooner Grampus all repeatedly offered to ex
their'own of aliens desirous has presentments, it is necessary that hibit. This assertion we
,
q. courts of justice.It to become naturalized requested us to contradict an erroneous pronounceto
is often : we are induced to publish report, mentioned in our paper of twcke"should agrea; in all other.o- be basely fake; and refer to th.

acts lone in a question, when their the following statements ef the different the 19lb ult. We there stated, that "A report therproceedings I'pre&ume. a majority l.above detail of the proceedings: to
; a foreign country, are has been in drculatimt"-("'to know not 'ought to I show that
classes govern. attemptedso at most, but thr.c
entitled opposed
subjected to investigation whether under the acts 01 fiom what source, or on what grounds,)
to it it.
to tho .
express : and THO.
jury behievethatI
they acted whh the advice of congn ss, to citizenship.1st. hat nearly all of the crew of-tbe'U. S. IS!. BRADFORD,
Consul their class. All who have residedin Schoonei ShaiK, had one being present, and if they the United States ed. ."It, is. probable that the report, if well ever, might have misunderstood-roe' .Wai. A. tC.um.B. .
----- .
did Jive and
not, suspicion is reflected .years, i-unuca4svrroneousag the 0 If .
upon regards vessel it If :
__ have made B. i' 'rs--
their
and :
them, and for this reason, combining report declara- named, and there is reason to suppose tbat
)th other circumstances tion of intention two. years. it is the Grampus, if either, from which the "This feeble whimsical minority of _- .II

, reported, where those acts, have cases been are 2d. class. All of.lawful age, who men have desertt"d.Ve published this only] three, have added much to the -.---_OO&VXIZC.ION.IT -_ :

declared to \\je unlawful. .. arrived in the country before they such from;, common and it is report, and to esprtsily as insincerity of their proceeding, by ,For the Pemacola--t------Gazelle.
astonishing that
it
us
were 18 years old, and have resided should be stating that they are at a'loss to know No. X.
That
in construed
with whom this the instance, the agent in the United States five .years alto. our part to cast censure. as evincing on auy one.a wish: .No on I who the person is, or what motive in-. To the Members of the Legislative

Captain might, and gether. Such wish existed, aid it gives us great L I duced him publish the presentments. i Council.

ought to have consulted, was not yet 3d. class. All who were pleasure l to state that we are informed I .I .will releive them from further
accredited by government, in the I residing here was no foundation for-tfee any GENTLEMEN,-As it was only my desireto
inL4 ,
;
United States report so I difficulty on this Be
at time between point. it known call
far
1 opinion of the Court, cannot the I any as the Grampus was alluded to ; and your attention some o.the follies
: duty of the Common vary the years 1798 and 1802, and that we have heard no confirmation of-it ,then, that I: am the person who 'had and inconsbtences Legislation committed -

. __j j .!_ .s Captain.-. sense f have continued to reside_ th_n__rein___... with regard to the Shark;-we therefoLepresune I it published : and I did it at tho request by your predecessors,and as I Dud the
' wuiuu leacn us, mat possessingthe i that it Budget an inexhaustible theme for remark,
Aliens was entirely unfounded.To fourteen members
* confidence of the British government above coming under either of the ........ Grand of the P-_ I will merelv" make n____ a_ _A_ur.. nJaW9Alinn.___.._u___ none _.\.
it did not to him, a British subject, classes, can be immediately admitted I To Editor, Once More.-The Foal-Mas Jury, whose request is annez- more of these elegant productions, and
; ed
. : lessen the value or the authority oi to citizenship, MI making application ter of this City, has often a duty to perform to it. Our motive was the public j make my bow-leaviug.you to pursue: the

' .iiis advice and counsel that at any of the proper public which is extremely painful ; but which, being good land an independent and faithful subject at your leisure.
; he had nfficus ; taking care to have 'big duty, lie can in no instance omit.. discharge o'f our.du.ty. They I had called on Justice Bothernm, to re
wish are. "
- not yet been recognized by the Amer. them The 19th article o(the Post Master General turn him the t"eanft he1 had loaned me
: a citizen of the strictly legal, as has
United States already been and
I ica (o inform
him
a government. instructions, contains these words. "In that my .labors were at
, who can depose (O'iheir good moral. .every instance where you receive a communication i-shown. I take the responsibility upon an end ; when he" expressed bit urprisethati
The Captain could not but understand character, their attachment to the .addressed to you as Post Master! myself if-there be any::? and' am had'not pointed out the novel: and

-.. ,' that the intelligence of Mr. principles of the constitution, and their vith. an evident intention by giving circula ready and willing to support and de. extraordinarybetaties: ofthe Act e'nlitln ll
IWitcbel tion tt* band-bills' "An Act to Amend 'an act to authorize the
possessing great capacity, having resided in the United States other paperswithout fend it, by all proper means in -
and paying postageyou will return the tame, any appointment of Justice of the Peace and iefilnlnff -
.practised knowledge in commercial the requ l'edperiod. -Phil. Gaz. to the pei son who- ent them under new shape'or manner. :Further, I pledge 1 their. powers' *."- (Page 55.) this title!

transactions,as well as high repu- :- --. -.-- euvelope with the charge of letter'postage myself to 'show.by: incontrovertible itUsti wow useful an Act wouldrequiogtbe be
tation for integrity,-woud] be as useful S endorsed for each article'contained. in the I evidence, that every word in it is true Laws of our Territory to CJ

to him to day, and as trust-worthy :DOMIJS IO. envelope."" Strictly true, and .that the i (theEnglijhLanlruage. Whai, said tUeappointment
r jury was
"before recognition lo compliance with .the above, the Post of Jits/iee"of. the ace IDd.
to.morrowaf- .Neic-Orleant Master conceives fully warranted by facts in saying delning. _their per WI''
Oct. himself bound 8 .
,ter 4.-By the to return : .c powers 11'
his-citquator should( be received. brig -Aspacia from to Editors eaeii prospectus,which u direct- much more; hi a full.discharge.. of their ,I here meant 1 that"6f or_:. JnI.iNl np AI ill
KeyWest __ ... ----:- -
we .16L! 'L $tiC
Under all the circumstances, 'it appears learn the foll wing particulars. cu 10 IllDf as ran master,'tettt no other up. duty they could l 'not have _said_ 'Jess. b.e"q ,. ..1"-ihe. .1..-ttIrI rcsuuerou. Ik
to the Court, that the interposition The .British : parent irHtntion than that of 'giving 'them -Gran4.Jurywithtb'e. i exception! Rie 0:.the ':.,,1.' aii4:'the cia..ng. of tho
brig Ardwell circulati, without P.O.. ''
the-British Consul this captain paying pottage ; and .of.these three ... Sl.f' 4 bt'''' +J.M"H.1orqJUtlC8 i*
,. xxmt m case Newton, sailed from the Balize, for complie Vith the requisition ia every in, cringing, tolining.tycophants ,10. t ?.ngqUr.{ .'PerhVps: ibis titfe was form
desirable
to all concerned in Liverpool, on the 19th August.. In stance. ? I. I who have_been. bridled b.yl cI G\ !mo'principtoai the proclama*
., the cargo and,properly saved. That the great gale about Edftor' foerqlly! ; would do.well to -qotice their;master .and I lea ,into: uL fans.o/tin :'BT*,OexP.(\rd"- Qd as ..If!
it is a case, whore} the underwriters the a -week afterwards .. the above; as:the return.of,evtrV propetui men of.'itabHitjr'and.'.finrine Aaithflil a I I 1I_. Edi .'ib .eak, Assumes the
vessel '
owners I was driven" ou one. ; thus4 1eG1.may bea heavy tax. ,onoui av i q4a4la-pt"we-: 04i. riaI
would :
have t
serious -om- of the shoals of the,. Tort giis. :1I65tofkor brethren of the trpe.ho l no! .Ifr; ., I.a9.i aq rc ,\ ndt4at r eJ- ..Tbe ..i"'baer.IIM: / C4e..d

t plainttwer; interposition,iu their .cargo -was thrown rbod transgress the.regulation.< t. a-V> *-. -i.; rueii. ;'! '? q..n :;shifrqrn: y.re-, : uih ecreo.poc4et! and
>i>hrif, rejectedfliy'this court. That when thev ssel S opbility; :wb .. t : 'k'1'l n>.or*cAa be s4 QQ this point, kit
it might be wasgovdundeat -e TallahaueeeuJiieii.LIt tbe.r, :tJ\aY'. 4? ,from w e9ffendbW. tolrtei
&lnfU'af-p.hl
Ii : seems Majesty"
tubjqct evofl(of national "West : p eed 4 .
.ito, Key 60 bale* wfatfthen that 16Pl of !' tb ijij.tl'f" r D. '.-Miil
-complaint thnt : e n>tt& iitf :tht.Ga: Jury of & .J.J |.vseocl.t; t cogitations.
ho'eierds'c of a I legitimate sold to pay'-expenses,.'c1idin" ,-aid! 'l eon.cQwJt7rPft1riti41l: Ihsm :pfducord: 1'4ut1ly,; : _,, 'pqtJW.d4'1. .-&**..*,-&S* .ST.Ch : UsUw' of tiePeace
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: prerogative for the benefit !fVre ken,' and the bri'taU4| & -CjtjiuI' qThflibsje: | ., : t q J: lrQm and independent; ; shU"proceed. |4 ckvgo the Jury on
of Brithlt'comm should b < we publ.l1.id; ifie protest: the !4isclixr! eth"ty ,':. \\Vbich.fs'to'be.'qJ\ Ih"
.deni
England. "* -* ; Jri.out-Iatt/! : / Wdttty,'t\\)'/f f'it..ror :
in"tnii ,. Jqiticct
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nice"t.rlan u.nlkr hi It lrt.t.n ICJ&m nl.gfc lc:6lfiJllly a lr {n tGH t :;: I 1tcd !"I tlt : ,'thO. P.rCeflt. 1 r'! J.l.n 1h taRva; .

thought J. Ju' ice rUotherum -may ,bejWktrtd i l gr9)'; .sevequ,boat, loads of wh'klirtn t'l. '\: 1 TThCrntENT. Ai '.1\At\ AtN.ii' 4!;- '. :

to know.. wbiMjndzmcnt would;.WJegrcceble f.a 1 Saturday'found purchaaerei r.$ibhYuzat.tj .: L : elit ::01" h" AMg&fCAlfOKD

lo til*,frri joMinttcb *V;?J**"! M 1r'ilt; J.Jo'11: Qifq r the:: ..W it ')c1r' U c1 mt"ftt b rl. t r Pt erty, \ tnviIwo. 'OF, ,
dkl in the,coiiinciiawirtatioiro/,' Nonhrn urni : iit aRil a:-wil-tiil been:i PKt .
r .French Mirke '
lnct ; J.. ::.i 1 T I4 Q
ould' he hlef.ojpr"l bl: whal I ; tf 'Court/of 'E cabU ,
.ould be a n .! .C a le r-H..i ff.j, Thei. : cotton.trpp,'of our, .,a; tHlt::, '!..V\l1I'1 '" A, 3 '..&. _5 ..: 'fttJIiitU.1ed: oltke Spring f ,

rver I conrludctfifiajlh*. word "'. .Idictll r -this! season;'will tow* Out "WQlK- fJ8 .. .P nQi. .bj51INov.S.im.6t_ ,. ,.J IridfliS- ;'t tator t'.iJCft. tt 8W .

possessed 4 new wgi.ifieatlott. 01" isiown i;t ..tngar cane, particularly;i ih:* parish, JiJS.T'I 'Jr. _. : .4.,. ..W- ti f."t,-..,m' "c, ."";' : rnQbTk .be '
your erudite fciedecesfors .mJ of whichtltr'rttipid r R. V i.VEDJ ., '; "I t; ...
lv old dctiunarlDakera weies, mtirrlv J has-been ,really. injured by ihe. ; ; ." ., ) ; '*' t'.:
:drought. 'The AID ?uR5IAt AT TflKALMANAC I' head orgood
i corn crop'is more n \ rAt.1 ,
ignorant .! j ? Stock Cattle' '
S;c- 8. That it shall be the. duty of,ib*i fbLlndaht .was; 'expected. It istbonghtcnqngb PENSq J (KSTORE, which-t>ilf be sold .

constable lo endorse_ on the. warrant, flu! ;baa been raised to 'fm low' for,

tTait "nrxecuied'tc. and below, "thai,M]i supply ibecountrydursgtheseason.; UJ :t -: : casli.Wro. .
A.fle1I
been
I J.c summons bad executed", and sin* ? ,

jnnliHlely alter. Sec. 9, .'10 that a subpoena ; AtfaJcapas-Vatcttc. ; Pensacolt.8th! ..Nov.- 7 .413t '' t

catiaot )*' served upon him". Js here,, We see the Bank of Darien, frequently -., .' < :

then, no difference brtHrru a vjuraut, a i published in the -lists of broken -: FOB' J_ .Fly. CollarsQ \\e'Wn.-rd. ': AlbsahwJajM4:

summons, nnd ubpcena T Is it Ignorantly, ,Ijanks at the North. This is lOLUN- from I {liS pubHcation is Uaued.emr Sa'T -
the
a a sQ
c8reflsl I Subscriber
,
01 turdy.ln
wickedly, ) through'jre of some CU7'A1iiithe
business, that our wise inca frame wliat:t mislake, the bills are very scarce i \"me.iAce rtii: S "***. UU' AN ALARM r State New-York; ,it is. printed., the
tht\'Cllllla"s in a style 'here, and are now at but a ; French mnufactwe form with '
cry way tendingto j trifling 1Ltii. goIdhaiRis having i quwto !rgeob and tamaoa
c .nfi *ion, (o an ubusr ot power. or to a discount, and are taken for goods at I. .Flakb. with a largi gold watch-Key, t Jyp*. upon a fine. roj l *I ut.and w" f.

denial Justice T Both custom and autho- par, Savannah Georgian. TF1E Subscriber*' have ac"ociated J I It tr9i'n' a blue the'pipe wsIost, Mtwhed to' i forded to subscribers for ThteJkBart
rilv difcr nnlenanceiuch a mixture of terms; t in ribbon chain.; will give the'4 a-year, which b'
e8 .
A J letter from Camden S. C. dated practice, a Attorniea :.bove rewird may discharged by,pay.ny
tll.t trouble with their I for tbe
I will "ot you definitions. ronnsdlori-and: ( Pnictors in the seveni return of the atch T-W9 DeUdrt in ad-can 7W .
Iiel I crf or .U/
as yen are protafjjy well acquainted I I 19 h O cipher, says, that the Cotton Courts of I AW, Chaneenand Admiralty, f Kl'S' JOHN EOHIN tar, curl Fifty C iV &l"the crpiratlen? _

with-ibeir i proper distinctions. To corn Crops in that vicinity will be short in ,the Middle and;, Western Districts of Vnsicola, 8th V Q". 1827-34-tf. I three months utter subscribing t Ontlbl'a

pjeic iic (s1h.1.odr&di. use 6th section sa>s generally one third, and in some in- Flnrida' and, in'she Court of Ap-eals at and Tvfntyjvc Cent*ia.ethane*ilre. .
iho Justice "sliati ,by wHirant authorise the 1'01\ saL: (quired For six months
rallaliaftsee.They Mid
: stances one h-lf. will also attend the I II w>:,tub-scrip.
constable or other officer to summon ju SupeiiotMJourtsurUic four hllicsJn lion will be received'for less
I IOl t
Counties of Dcca. the a l18. Its
Late accounts from tho interior of ,
Is I this to countet balance the fcitirei'ntins i I fur and Karl in I columns are devoted to
> Georgia and the f iicuit Frtcmasonry
l; 10 te i sud u gainst un Jmnctec, if he Mississippi and Louisiana), received Courli of Henry .anti Dale in Alabama.; I \ lrVUND} i t I band Sciences Selections': from he

no come, asprcscldJcd by the fish Section I 1 in N. Orlpuis, represent the cotton I Their Office i is at Webbv'lle.; Jackson !t r rI for aVharrni Pa'arox' Street, in f works of recent Travellers wid writers -
Ihe the mode of Pensaco''
of 'prescribing cria3jiroceedisigs"
crops as finer in quality and quantity i{ County, Florida al "hich plare: one 01 i I upon' the work of.Nature, Sketches of
or pointing- out the wa> the other may at all times be Enquire at .thi s omf. I the Uvesshd Characters or EoiioentlndivjduaU
than had been consulted. I -
which crimes be h td j remembered for j _
ill may cumin t ? lu- many ; i E.
exrrpt M hen attending the Cour.s says .en Tariotia. subject
deed, it teems to have been the study of ourLegislators j'enrs. The.present season had been j J I Letters onbusiness* will receive imoie'I ForSae.1a.GIG i i Tales Sketches of Fancy, Seaps of b.ntinent -,
,
) make their
to Act* unintelligible so dry as greatly to fwvor the cotton 1 tiate attention. 'I and ..Uumotir Anecdotes,. POetry
bv in\ersing the sense unilbimlv altaelicd Foreign and
Domestic
Idem.
pickers.- ; News
JAMES WEBB -. Literary
to these teirns, since the establishment ,
News &c.
.. ( &c. 8cc. .
in --' -- -- I ETEIl VVt \UTIE11, hnqutre at the
legtiiai piocetdings suits at law.Ve Jr.1 Pfnsacola Bookstore. The Masonic
< \ find al&o'that, it is requited, it shall ur: The Editor of this Gazelle ill be Webbville, 1. Sa,'. 1327.-:35-7t. I \. Department contains Essays _
t Mi MM B B MM MM MM m MMM M MM B Orations
appear, "thiit the siiu.inui ) l.t.d been executed much obliged lo any one-who will procure : II I IOX .SIX I Y da\t Iron this dale Addresses, OdesHymns
.I u reasonable liuiebffoie the day of trial I:: some seeds of the PALMETTO or lull Paliii HAND, AND FOK! SALE I! ) t', he lion, the ; I w U a, i Songs, Accounts of Elections, Calendarof ,

It: Provided, that such seivice shall be at JcaMllnee [ tree and leave them at this office, to be forwarded AT 'I j cambia eOlmtVf\to County Court; of. Regular Communications, and all other

t 'I days before he nial". ;hilt makesue to )))1' Prince. A liberal price will THR N.itcy; Gor-nan lleceaceI prove. the wiH of; Intimation touching the interests of tie

f think of the old woman, who had a son I, be given for them. Seeds of any of the PENSACOLA ]i j f Ancient and Honorable Fraternu ;. *

UiUiicd Jclui at.d called him Johnny "lor 'fiowcingshriths of hit country will also be A large BOOKSTOREI' A-im 1fadrirl.. i> Such portions of the Miscellaneous De

short'" !-it must have been for the sake of I a very acceptable piesent to Mr. P.-and I ensacola, 29th Oct. 1827.-33_...8t. J panments as are not occupied by Original 4
conciseness, that our Legislators enacted I I ue will thankfully' receive and ibiwaid BOOKS&8IATiOVAUriAmoni ; mutter are devoted to Selections from
that the service must be a reasonable lime them, if ofTerred.t J t )/in Ian Botanic Garden--I choice and va uable wo.b. The Bditot

brforc trial, and then provided what should -- --- -. winch are the billowing1 I and Nurseries; near New York. has entered into arrangements by which

be M reasonable lime.I. t. OBI AB.Y. SCHOOL BOOK3, VIZ.JF.SS' Me.receives from.EuroDr.- l'e1U'- --:.-Cl.-. nf-
se'ction 9 we find the words Appellee DIED.-At the Navy Yard, Pen -cola, 21th WM. PHlXfE. Proprietor!i I several periodical publications of the first 7.
Pike's Duboll's! of .
and this
and Appellant uEed, which 1 had been Sept. 1 lat, of the prevailing Fever, ilr. HKKKI UU( 8 A. !; establishment) ha*just j j; !espectability in that country and which '
.
e taught weieonlj applicable to i parties appealing ;; TH VTCJIF.K, formerly of Jlareachu ett*.-lale publishrrl' Ills '-('" & enhr.ed t ha\e been thought eminently fitttled to

before ew-Orlcaos-Co3lMUlfICATED.] The Ready Reckoner. Catiiiogue for 1827 j I; the confidence of the American. trader ;

.. ; how the- could be applied in this JL School Testaments and "nles.MU1T.&y'i 24fli edit'on'-wfaic I comprises all the, I* and he truts that, jfey making 1i ral.ex.11.lnseS. :.

law, 1 was at a loss to conjecture. Justice From the Nashville Republican $f Gazette. Gra mar, ubridgel Fruit and Ornanvntal) Trees, Shrubs, and:'I 1 to enrich the columns of the H..
Boiherum, houevvi, said he cared not a'\ Departed this life, at Pensncola, VVest Florida Kt-y and Exel'CI 1Io Plants Bulbous Flower. Roots I MACAZIVZ, he will enGtle hinvs
Jai thing for these new appellations for parj j on the thirty-first August last, Slajor 8am Child's Instructor, Scott' Lessons J .House Trees and Plants fcc. Green s to a commensurate share of tb'e public
,
lies appealing$ before him ; because everyone net R. Overtoil of a bilious fever, after a painful \vight'8.. MOl a.t"'., \ ilkt's,Goldsmith's in Ins: Garden and Nurseries. cultivate! ,!i pai;rona;e. .

knew that such court. as his bad iiojuiidtcion illmvwof five (a\s.I and Cumming'b Gc.'bJ.'r.tphi&c.. &c. These Catalogues !1 I The first number of the present .vo
I The deceased* a nalive of Virginia and may be obtained I j
over appeals ; but .lie supposed for resident I A number of Greek and Latin School I .erralis of the siibscriber.aiul, lume, being the first under the above title,
I man year? a of Lexingiou and orders sent to
that this I i
act was drawn by some Alcmbei I Ifcho J its vicinity, in the State ol Kentucky, where hu Books. lum, to be forwanfeil to the Proprietor was published en the 3d February last. _ _
had heard these words and used them j) father Waller! Overton, Esq. now liven at iu ad- Together to'th a large: Co'les lion of will receive prompt attention.v. *** Agents, OK procuring six subscriber

without correctly moaning, as more cuergctkk tiian the plain and there will his long be Hunt tion
I j.i memory cherishedt llrenster's Meditations, to the editor, will be entitled to a
od| fashioned ones, ?lalllt,11"& Dcfendaut.I with the fondest recollection.Major Overton Agent, Pensacola. gratis.All .
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OMeura'> ____ COP
indeed this section for several in the of Napoleon. _
like neighborhood -
seems, the watch j II't'sidtr.i years
I I letters intended
where lie St. ltan: n's Well rite Pirate. forthis paper must
found in the Jew pocket to have I j endeared himself all his THE ,
in by .tc llIde1ll"where it had no business"dropt 1 I acquaintance He(ben removed to Pensacola, Quentin Durward, Reg-nnld: Dal tan. be post paid and directed to _

for it relates not, in to Justices ; I where he sncccszively filled the offices of Laud \\oodworth's Cha'npioivs of Freedom.The E. B. Child..
any way ol !
the JVaccor their powers. discharged Ounmissioncr his, ftesjis'er duties with, and fidelity.Navy Agent He, and has Afhenturesof HAjji Baton. 1 CASKETlATE&ATYBE I IOR Albany, JV*. T. August1827. .

Sec. 10, as well as Sec. I, spcaki of the"UCiu&H"jurildictiou" there lelt a wife, overwhelmed with sorrow. Tile HiKhlandrr, The Steam Boat. -. -
Justices of tin Samuel K. Overton possessed talents of the Peveril of the Pi-ak, 'I ftc 'fcntail. FLOWERS OF TIZE

P 'ace in cast wherein the amount in dispute l.in'hest order a? a writer, and was highly distinguished History of Matthew WaidKenuilwonh .AM4RAZfT B

docs not exceed tilt) dollars; in 10))I.I for his literary attainment*.. A purer Castle, The Solitary OR
part of this act do 1 find any appeal rom moa(! unsullied heart never beat in the bosom .LvCase' Nopo'eon Part 1st. WIT & SKNTIMENT.f MASONIC GARLAND.
decisions made by Justice of the'i'eace authorised 01.a man, and its divinity was stamped on his Buchanan's Sketches of the North Americun .
and the brow. His virtues were of the quiet, unpblru- f patronage that-has been
as last section repeals all Indians. :! already
ive He :
cart.
acts or parts ol L acts repugnant to or iDcou-1 ;j" mild nod possessed serene, like true the sua still>UerJninodo deepwater Coleridge'* Biographical Sketches. j;I L extended to the Casket, I has not only ; 'Twaa IVisdom fashioned: Strength the Tern-
sistent with the Act now under review i "" exceeded our most sanguine expectationsbus pie( rained ,
-to. know him, was to love arid respect Gaudentio Di Lucca, he Privateer I I ADd
. understand, the meaning of the word "ex- him. out ucath selects the brightest ornaments.It Book of Fate, Liv.ng Pjays. I I if we mistake not, is unprecedented Eeauly o'er the Fabric blazed.

duM\e",there can be no appeal from the has ftialcbcd him in the mil flower of life and Life of Franklin, Pale) 's Works. !! in the annals of monthly litcr-.ttore.-Thia ; ,. --.---- ,
derisions Justices of the Peace in this usefulness! -and bis illustrious virtues can nowlive : success has induced us to intend to give -;
Woi ks vl l The Olio.;
Byron's 4 : TfT has been that
I j suggested,, a periodl-
Territory Section 11, however, speaks ol '' only in the hearts of his feuds. Beauties of Shakespeare I! t!:e work a more attractive form for the i JL cal! work,in the'octavo deroted
I "the same rules and well its d,. fura
I regulations as other Doti Roderick. ensuing! year, as iu literary ; excliMively lUsojuc of
rases of appeal from From the and Banner. :, its decorations and subjects genera -
judgment of. jus- No'JivWe1J7iig S portmjnecc.lotes, Roo Roy.a novel puitinents as in typo I interest to the wottld meet
lice"-Wt these rules and regulations i j DIED.-At Pensacola, OB the 17th ult. Mr. i|! llacon's Sisters.Anecdotes graphical arrangements. A new font oftype with Fraternity
lobe found iI // Hunt 30, late of '; Essays Heavenly approbation and sunport. Solicitedto
are I am not informed. i Henry aged Lexington, has been procured, upon which
| K and brother the Editor of this In of the Life ol Roa tOV.. ; test.the validity of this opinion.by experiment
Sec. 12 to : :
nnd 13 it
provide that the & j y. piiper. is to be printed ; the 1S1 J and nu m-
papers and losof. Thane ot File, a Pu m. the ordeal which
recording the melancholy untimely only by
records of a Justice, shall on his death her of the will be
"filed' and esened" in be; j a much loved hrull>er, we trust we maybe ex- j I I L'-con, part :d, Vicar of Iver. } pages considerably matters of this kind'can be defnitely set-
the extended and
CieiKofihc JH office of the : 'used'en, by those unacquainted with the deceased Happiov.ss, a Talc for .he Grave and enlarged ; and paper superior tied,:the subscribers propoe s monthly
County Court, and also -'be : for a briefexpression of respect for his t(1 Out now used will he employ. publication
delivered to a Justice ofhe Peace for the i character and attachment to his memory. He the Gay.Lord ed in its publication ; meantime, that every first under the kabnve title. The _
of the Poem. object of this work is to collect and
a
County, most convenient Bright City, ,
to where the late |pnBgewed i an affectionate heart, frank,candid department may exhibit a corresponding -
justice lesided". This is truly a diflicult 'a nd liberal spirit,' industrious habits a high l.ady of the Lake Airs of Palestine. degree improvement preserve in a convenient and durable _
duty for the Clerk, and were it'not for sec- : f5ens e Iwnor.and of duty, and an entire freedom Family Mansion, a Tale by Mrs. Taylor have been entered into ,with arrangements form a portion of the most useful' and

lions 14, 15 and 16, which kindly come to' fl'oln'iciou$ propensities.; He wa an ardent Arcum tin Culinary Poison various decorations and artists .-I! elegant .Vfjmosic ADDSISSI, that can be 1. _
his assistance, he niighjt not know what friendj-a generousfoe, and a useful ritixeu. !j! For"'nix Selects, Combr's: Phrenology for ornaiiients. : procured. In ma kinK this,selectioi par-
.
The usual l mimbe. of
course to Bu* I Those who knew him will luiiversnlly lament I j I M'Leod's Voyage to the Ycllo Sea. copperplates iicular regard wilLbe paid to perspicuity
pursue. _section M _ _
requires hiA,i premature lots, and will long chcpsh: with will be, found, and it is proposed of
that he should Internal i style, elegance ofdktion, and applicability
the lmpro\emenlsin Pennsylvania
notify justice of the _
:
or- affection, the recollection of his moral and i i.- to furnish each number with two wood
der of the judge to deliver over the pa- 1 tellectual worth. I j i I French Testament in 2 vols. of of natter,; so that wb n combined,
engravings instead onr, .as now
pers and records ; what then, must he deliver -i --liln-l-- T"l io I C 'irimo<'lore Puiti-ps Journal. wood pub- they shall form, as our title poetical expresses
them over, according to said order 7 I I Hamilton's Umcial Repons. 1 1I !i I hshed. The engravings represent- a VADIL&SS WBXvlTff O? VASplTRT,

0, no, section 12 says he must file and pre- I1P i i I isvn's| Kxpeditiun, ".rcnch,2 vols. ;ing'scenes i or referring to incidents f aI. -a:: WREATH, that every 5Uo*:.& .' ke 1,.
eiveihem in office 8 :5 't mi liar or interesting to most of our readI entwine the altar of domestic
his !
Then r.omes'sec- j I Essay on Military: 13i j idgt's. : willing to around
lion 15 to decide the question "it shall be I I S.isi Journal to Rome and Naples. i je!I will be accompanied[ by well written happiness. For nothing can tend

the duty of the Justice, upon receiving such : .. \Vaverly. liothelau, 'I be Provost. j i i descript.c i of events and exhibitions, connected more to improve the heart, to entightea

order, foithwithto apply to the Clerk of, ltm w The Ay'snire Legatees. j'I witu the puture-e-3ch reflecting i the mind, to render stronger the bon.dsor 4
such couit for said Q I JOf. % the other's interest and value. inculcation 'of
iccordsand papers; and Revolution in Suuih America peace a nd tnity than the
rf the clerk shall deliver the lam,." Verily'the n5aeO\a. Tales ot \lj Landlord, 2d Series. 1 It is our intention to render the Casket ,. the sublime sentiments and rigid morality a

repealing clause of.this act shoula read Portr The Pbs sioiiOnuIt, Ringan G htt a'ze. 'interesting i t.) the various elatespt readers of that institution which: is the MAOJI'' .
'
in such manner, that, all pUll of.I hi* act z '7. ___- -. -- Tneeror Foit) Years Ago. to whom periodical literature gene.i i i! "riasT toys The work will also com-

rrjwgnunt or inconsistent with the rutitctjuciitprorisioiisoflhctnme ENTERED.Nov. The Forrrsitfcrs, The Loilj.rJsMandeville rally addresses itself; we s.iall ".I j| ;prise historical and other matter, worthy
should be thereby 9ih.-Sloop Fanny, Cam- I Plumptrc'. Tales. called upon Jlo search, \\:ithi renewed attention ''of preservation.
Tf'praledtSection 16 is added to "make '. New York. I I .. and assiduity for the most interesting .
meyer, Cargo, onions the Passions
on misunderstand-
assurance double S Cogan of That there may be ho
tmrc"-alrcadv has a ic- contents foreign magazines,
.igning justice been required to deposit his: i potttoes, &c. to the Master.j I. Br-cktnuUgc'a Voyage up the MissouriHinory while a proper inducement will be held i ing inre-gard to tins work, we think it '

papers and recoidg--the. clerk required to: j Nov. 13.- hr. Muria J. McC. ot :oulh America out for native wrueh. to contribute a por.-,j incumbent to:state, that m portion of the _

apply for, keep on file and preserve, d.I Baker, New Orleans. Cargo to U. The Village ot 1".enJ.Jrpt.| tiou of their hLl.ours to enrich our Casket, (J matter whichitwill contain.will be first _

and, alto 10 detfter crer those of a dead jusJ; J S.. Quarter Master, F. H. Nisbet J. Gil) .Bias of Santillane, 3 %ols. with I j These regulations can be effected I j published in ttk $LS9JIC lh9L' The _
tiCe-.tl.t.near4sJtisfjce to call for and. r<> atcs.IL without sacrficc of that or.I..ob.Je ct inibIbIjtIAx&iuTff
( 1 light reading,,, ,
J. Hoffman F. any
ceive the cjmphell' P.asquier, ) '. Poems, 1 he Mourning Ring. .; whe 'rrfe It, ipubli-
same ; & now a resigning justice, j and gentTuI magazine of smull paragraphs i is to BMWU,.tH *pr i _
and the i ;and to Campbell or the Scottish Probationers. lo the interest ,
exeeurors or administrator, heirs, Order.CLEARED. that must enter into all )literary works I cation doted txttunvely .
01 ffnardian.i of t heirsofa deceased oneare, Johnso''b .History of the Pirates. inasmuch us the. size of the work Will bet of ')Masonry.. la a' weekl*i paper th.

l y this section, fr-qairrd to transmit or 're' Nov. 9th.-Sloop Fanny, Cam- \\ iikinsoii's Memoits.3 vols. and 'Wlas.Wilson's very considerably nh.u'cf'd-jt5! consents "cannot oe the case. 'Further. we propose _

turn them to the Clerks' office undercertain Mobile. Northern Philip on IlIdi estion. therefore assume a more- diversified; I ..theoclavo, firm, because *ebtjere thui
pain and penalties! meyer, Cargo, I 1 I j I TrumoullS orks, 2 v ls.Valker3 firm and boast may an increase of solid mat form will belt ,mert the..weuXe>, of..urfriends.

Sec. 19 provides that "all the judges 01 r !produce, by Master. \ Rhetorical Grammar ier. .-Hi*more cbntemen )\r binds _ _

t County -Court &c. may olemoiz; the I I Nov. iptlk-Brig MaUlda, Warner Stanhope's History of 6reece.Itadam's Thepric-the .Casket will be. three ng. and is hotter adapted |o:.the horary. _

rights has the of matrimony. Hew many judges ;: Mobile. Cargo, 31 1 bales cot Middle ages.Craig's dbliu-l and fifty cent per um-but, it i: for which! we design to make i :u notroere-

Jn conclusion county con/t t ton, and dry goods bv J.Jerrison, jr. Sword Exercises for Cava'ry, the subscription is paid jn advance 2 50 ly au elegant,bat a--ra&flifci'acquaUian.. _
Gentlemen, permit me to I I I Ilou0eson's Letters from Nortb Ante ** The.AMABJISTB will .be- pubUhed .on.
in fall.
that I! No14th.Schr' Elizabeth$ For6YJb will be received as pay pent !
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suggest repealing all the .
ActSpassi lica Ube 15th of each m9n1115.J. contain &
i I The thitlwe. have mad;
4 ia Florida since 1822, and by passing a ': New.Orleans. : BallastPas1 I Malthus on Political conomy. arrangement; *. vJGi' ; mqtl. i. ont.llew _
few J for publication.of the": Casket warrant u:* frt'iO fC"
real j .
tious to amendment andneessary'tiddi 1 i I I senger, S. Keep, Esq.
service tboseb.,7ou to the may. do 'n es ential !j[I -" Nov 15th.-.-Scln-. :Maria, J. Me i i I Meruoires ue Napoleon, Liyre JX. in attraction, any work.,of the kind |h I t ;<:number be:emMHslijed with) an elegant ..
Territory French. i orIill. n>gnipWft print, Mdapted
: C. Baker, New Orleans : Ballast.. I j:I has been published ; .whll.e.rl..P is engrared .
"Yt'u.rgns., :i Passengers Mrs. Baker and family I II llome'b Com-nenlary on the Psalms. scarcely half lU-t of the lOs ordinaijfmonthly 'I when practicable the content
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1. I. .Caoipan'& Memoirs of Maria Antio- publac tions. the worfcr, _,
Willis I I i'I and Miss Abbot iiettcCaldwell's. I 1 1 /rat Wtl of the CuketlWiIfld P l. to j'or The price will'be two ,dollars a .year. .

Anderwnj v\iQ\ some weeks CLEARED FOB THIS POUT, .. Life General,Green. continue the work *Tter the present year, e on the reception of tlie nrat number
I
pgo killed Gemrd Arnold, and for ]I At New York, 23d. Ocf.-Schr. I.ifco; Gen. tbnUicksoiv' Narrative.' will pleas to in.t!.! te Uirir Wishes, bysenUiivg : i whicb'will be put:to nre u as soon

hose apprehension tho President of j Enterprize, Hitchcock., AiUen'n.Memoirs- of the Court of.QueenElieabeth. I : LSuthft ub crTptwo.3n <*'/V ?-. .'as snlpcient. numb,rof aabacnbew are
the .' obtained. to warrant,. Jbe-,* ptMe; .Anyctoa
Uniu.'il S tUjej proclaimed a rewaid i \ ,. ; the increasii.g; 'expeiucjribfithc paper i
i i. -- : -- Partnly'on the Teeth.ChutteaubrbuidV t ii4ividaI wtGWittObt4 ,IIbacrib! _
of $250,-Wits yjestenday committed 3 I TO TS6E WHCTWANs printing, engraving)$ 'c-i rctider..lt.jib$0'
a..Qt o nsectctrie -
t\Cl; boJd.him.KJ'Cfi
to the jail of this.unly, hjiving LIarrestedin j "C SHhs &; ..ktoudurcct's.Comlc1tst3. .onquieu's .lOIUea.- .J.wi6.4be elf ;jpawlMpC r1 tU meeting.promptly. i.o.! ._1 pcutiu'c_ I I- !tfi' dfo 's'lC'tb'CQffi. : ,or ,.

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!. ; I .a\the'nd iJreratureTi rttcry ofMalarV -':; Ara1 r' i'Kdai s: .-' ( -T1 .,AtkihsonkA1eftflt. !.,. : ut. ".,Led, ,$ l'M.tiuHil. ,. uay be ,
''.;1c.'Aurlut01l, Ofl' :' l; ry 'injly. be' ifeeh t ,t'the* Peiisacola 1; ..Lite.of'; 'Sir'WiUiain; 'WAJ1 ce.. < ._' '' i: -'Dl.lt.1fM4Uc.t2'.tq" I" .' \,. *dd_ Iio\"hl";_' t.,7.-.1Mt b :.J 1. :;

Cotttnii.J.Somw8ea.Jlkind. bay >i l Ubokslore: .whefe" those' 'who. *witli" fo-adventure L. I I! lnd.au Wars in'.the West. ... U = ;]well testate;thLtb, C PS era VA.ulG.JIOnlC. -u AIOWr, 9ft. .
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been 'ceiv jiDg the arpck and ;' ,' are requested' to call r and, leave' J I II I IBj I '% Sm
one' ). two lots of.feirxijualH .'pave i j I I their,> .-i-d<.... -:.1.7' '" .*, j, ",of. Engbtnd., ,/ ':', qy "" i t- ,2 d50.: j ancrn ftsosflpt11fl! 1827? .

[wen. ,dbpos&r .fat t *io,1 "Higbeatr. vQooQ41io; $ooc.Q1oQo.Iooo )> 'I I )l c eI'1- '. :, f ols1'Cl. iriD!.:.if", :t'I ,,ur ,t "' :thirty. Bi ',;. ." t E. ,,Aogu'st, .
,; S3. ; ;.& .I W -.' ,'-.ro.. ..lfllK1bt.. rt. J''SO llc.Ue1". W- r 'tt tj1'Trit itr .
quote the.ra.nge :-off jliis "'deicrtptieptrqm l lU."j 1Soutb: 1 & I4cpr1Jahn eJmtr' '7'. .-. ..; .. 1'I- S'. olcdJq. IJ r
r"1 : tiM. <.\\'edli 4-... Wti qJ :oiO; p nn. -\J 18 1 ltYJ % e&i..A.1 .
50 to 25; n.t'lPl.fln tlcomein I eemb.r1827.. -,-: % T / 'I" T. .-. ; ; i Q h of the. bore, :work" 'are request eU
; L smkh'&whfharxtlon1-2 TVI" __ >
, >eiy K1 'lt'L) !iigtujfie'lo w.; irCn : .r', UJ"'t .fi5inrcflrtrCj1t 1.'to .i I j r :.} p; ;, : .... i..eat'I ew." .. 'Jil.: : I .", I-I __ ;I!. .alt and t:iIie sub a cribr cjr.,>ln>rfln coU' Caaette -

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AN OKSSK ACBR, Sip 1l 'Jj1JA l\ :' lt Ibfc' new Town of Magnolia -.'-.' rll"'I0'.' #
t from this date I will apply .
week* ; LOTS .
l) SIX offered fcf-IJ8Je.! Th'ia.pjafces'.tuattd. is t ''to ,, ,,.
for ;
Jt'idig fos v making aBtinpileirn W the HOP. tlie Copnt'Ccuh the \
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RLE A.Bt.P. 8-miles fr fD.Fprt St.'IJirb-en < .
cnctGojtrnoi'ndfor Strtel letter:of AdmjnitratW :
Palafox 'CO nt1" Kscambta rot .
Marks' river and 15 from/ralhhaa-
other "D Af A WAYifrom the Subscriber iiiii. i 'on the, Estate of Jon.).,GAYIS, the St. a5, e?' \Ta ern:
purposes.Sec The river be to, the .
can navigated .
20lb f fAujii f : see., ; ,
about the ( CliAlU.HS 1JKOU1E. : ,
: 1. lie rt ciiHctnl by She JJuijer and. Pcnzacola. or : lecease'd. tbirn by vessels drnwipt :' 8. feet. Vafer.ifhe If, ..:+.. ,

; ).cirdcf ildernttn, 'Iliat .the owners of nt' laKe Mulattoe Boy, named Navy .Yard, l'ensico>, ? situ*tfun: JsWfch, dry and healthy J1 ., ,-' "i XD'r .. f
St.
lot upon'P.Iafox Street .ft m. Fin lay's Vt iLLlAMvMOHRlS, Oct. 15th, 182T-_31_I- 5 *-.1 it has tWI Sufphur[ Springs the 'ticthity, TKAVELLER'8 REST

Corner to thrirorth comer ol 1 a lot.owt.edby aged about twenty ur years; bv trade a ''TO-\lU1NT.: owe of which is only.200 yard* from the Tf 'SubscTib*itirorm, th

;" 1 J. C. BPd C..C. Keyseran (,om the Shoemaker ; said 'boyis about five feet Public: Square. .They, arc said lo possess lie,'U1S .he hub i pub
ofCol.. John
Ccriier ofl'trdinand 7ih,(tothe norh corner six inches trb,'yellow complexio.very TjIIE desirable resfdelice great medical qualities.i ."I of public BntwcJfninenu *house
4Iu .
li. FetMrleK p'resejjt iKlcupJed by n the
of the 'tot o* !IMI'' by Ponvngo' Totres.fchall raucn freckled and pitted on the'nose For fatther'informatioyi of Terms &c. ho toe fcrn1ePI d Maf'fdr
;
at Ihtit own cpiistruct' arcfB'ciriil' with the small he bom i in.,Virginia he subscribers-possession be given : Han
expanse pox ; waf ., apply to J. G and N.:Jlsmkn.: ; St. Marks that prfUln4hrJ
eight f eiile from the 1st of November.Jtbt.. .o' ; pbLe
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Banquette aud is mild Iud pleasant -
co.h\'cr UalJaak which
or Augustus! Steele ': square, ruj ffUt tip in a .
; thfcuiMht I the"curb Mitchell t0lvenient
Ime to the Ctthhliof
sation.TWENTYFIVE. St. Marks 10th August, 1827;24--tf. 'manner for the reception ef
TJie urb timber \hd l be ofetheJieaitofelov Dollars'Reward and all t.
Agen.t of John R. Fenwick. Tellers mind itheri*. IlLs table will

pine (:rsomC"41unALletin'! necessary expenses will be given for the October 13, 182/.- <3atf 'FRO ro JL.SBY be supplied with the 'best which alwati

her ten inches wide and six inclu thick, apprehension ar.d delivery at the jail in &- market can afford, and |iw bar with the

to be laid 1t8Ut, as near}}' leitJ as the I this City, of the said William .Morris.if taken NOTICE.SIX p. Pnxckm, best, ,of 'Jiquora. ,No ej rtion the '

r ttreet trill :admit! strongly pinned to.getter. I within this County ; reasonable weeks after this dale I will apply For pullittuiig a Literary Journal tailed M-anlitfg on ,the part, of t the win be

The walk s I'hlt''$ he fill d with, audition wll be made to the Reward If the Hon.' the County Court of Kscambu -I TIlE to render general satisfaction!! ; proprietor to i t'hOBZ
uanci to the top of the curb and paved i taken iit'a distance. : for letters of Administration
County,: who irtty (avor bun, with,their
with i:rick,or covered with, a comjM.sittonof I J. Cadolo. on the Estate of Jacob Kelker, late SOUVENIR.MIIELLISHED HIs stables are Well calculated for company..
Irae ami-sand made! hard r.d !id.6ec anum.ber
M>
de foased.
of said .
t I II County of horses-awl a and
PrnsacolA22d October 1827-32-3t.Jjr "WITH gojd
!. .gr it fin tier t-nacted. 1 hat O.eowners ) attentive
I ( The Florida Advocate, at Tallahas James. i1la11a.n.. Quarto Ostler ,will stall times be at hand.
cflots' on (; bcrro street f>'cuAlranez Splendid Engravings
stteet to (helot mined! I IM i see. will p'case' publish the above St.; and Pensaco'a! 8th Oct., 13'27, -296t. fllIIS work is intended as an agreeable .Families, or Gentlemen who may wish
,' be accommodated with
nub)' atIlt now occupied in !Mr.! M'uidit-! '. I'!.t to this office.1UO JL and instructive companion for can private a.
GKO.
NO I E.SIXTV partnenis. FJSHER.
tor, \\ l lever attendant
ri'AconstriTt
a lla1'ql1l.tte .to" the parlour, and an appropriate Tallahassee Dec.
I 15-r.-l--tf.
$ feel tpr inches Midifiom tin- hn-W- Dollars days from this date, I will ..p.I at the Toilet-to be-issued every

iiic lift-to tht curb and tu be filled i.pat I ) Letters of Administration on !I Wednesday, commencing, witli the first P110SPECTUSCF -

c' completed; in.the s-xire manner rc- EWARD.SI'tJLLN the C1Itate of John A. Rogers late of Es- Wednesday in July 1827.

b fi-s i tinn. Piovsde cambia County, deceased. i render THE
qtirid ) H.e Let from the residence of James No exertion will be spared lo

ttlltt H-cre shall) be 1:0 Ha. quelle mac'e ; } a small very James Pendleton. "THE SOUVENIR," in all respects worthy -!. (ute"rnric.uu ist.

: up* i. the! south suU{ ol the Ue-c' from PaJ Pensacota 8th Oct 1827- 298t.NOTICL the patronage of the public, both as a.

sdfcA, to Alra': -ztree' ;. 4 1\\\rk JYeeltest cheap and elegant emporium; of useful T lIE want of a work to which our p.terscoubirefenfor n.

Fee. 3. lie ttfuii.her enafteil, That the coi'tBir.ing variety of papers and documents and interesting information, and a valuable information, re

: side i uks| aforesaid shall be ,completed anci a sum of money.Tl CONST IOU l I'I; and appoint Micajih 1 repository of choice specimens of lative to the Agriculture of the Southern

on or boJ'oTc the thir'> -first daj of t Decentbrr he said papers can be of no use whatever I Crupper of Pensacola, my agent a.:J Miscellaneous Literature. Strict 'atten section ofthe Union, has fong been felt.

nei:., And it si'Hll ur the: duty of the except to file owners, ar.d whoever attorney, ii. all matters and things relative tion will be bestowed on the moral tendency and hashing been submitted to as a ne

MlJTr ('flhl' City to st-t- tint the si i.f are will! restore tliem to either ef the Undersigned to the delivery and receiving pay fur ml- ofTHE SOUVENIR," and a cov8.ant cessary evil for tvhich remedy was at

fins'n.d: agreeably to the jruviions t-f tuisOrdinance. or to Bishop Portier, shall receivethe teriaU at tile Navy Yard. watchfulness preserved over tha ha.n..I.Vith a sufficiency oftalents and

above Reward of K. Montgomery. cause and interests of virtue. enterprise, to conduct experiments,, to I

?t'C. 4. Bfiifvithcr enacted That if One Hundred Dollars A portion of the contents will be as 1 draw inferences, and to>oeta* I them ).ct' ,
Mobile 6th Sept 1B27 1 (
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have we presented to the woi'Id,the
tht' owt'cr of ury Int or 'lots, hs i)r her a- follows spec-
1't'1., shall) fa'i I to cause a Banquette to bet and no questions shal)%e 1'd. A'roniof the .lth.1 1 TALES, original and selected ; ESSAYS tacle of a igb minded and enterprising
sc,31\e\\
(Ii :Gl.d: :4ccol'dil'r to the prov-sions of James Iniierarily, moral, humorous and scientific ; a ricu1t lral community, destitute of ong.

ihircmance: 01101' nffnre the thirty-first John Innerarity.Pensacola this City. POETRY, original and selected from the imJ agricultural works and depending

try? of Decen.bcr, it hhall he the duty. ct October 24th lS-7.-3'2-tf._ N the night of Thursday best American and Foreign ,publications; .0"'Iy on oral communications or foreinpublications

Ihv' Mayor erf" the City to U-t the making ) 2nd August inst. a Negro I BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES of distinguished for all our knowledge on

r.( t..e Banquette to the lowest bd! r, oyji Man, confined as a Itun- I persons, male and female, particularly thest wibjects. Whilst ot ben have Carefully

; \ .Ia' jJubhc notice thereof) sr.d draw tu'i Samuel Valtcsrson, awacalls. himselfRANbON- the latter; ANECDOTES, Bon ,'",lIected and recorded the experience

JuMttoui.t thereof 91 the City I'rcasu.y.nm just received Brig Hebe I Mols, !c. \ ,. The origiiial mutter: necessary 0their practical farmersw e JiuvepcrmUifd
TwAs: per
the j-ccoun s shall he ]>l..ctcl in the B from New-York, f..: this department of our paper the hard earned knowledge of

hind of the City Collector, who hhall.col- will be furnished by individuals who are our fathers perish with them. Whilst

lect ItiC'sanie in the same manner* taxes A Fresh supply of GOODS, and says that he is the property of Jehu advantageously known to the public others hav.e been straining every nerve III

from any persona) propcity belonging to airong! which arc tIe following articles, Evans: of Winchester, Mississippi. Said througri the medium of their Literary pro- the cause, vf& I'tabe mere tockrrs

i 1 .1' r\i ner oi'the'ioi-.and where the o\vnrr negro man is. about 24 yearsoId1 5 fet ductions ; besides the numerous correspondents on. Whilst tUeyJiave advanced npi-lly,

: .,":Mtch lots non-residents and non \'IZi 7 or 8 inches high, very stout built is of I who may be expected to con we have beew staCionarr tii- at least have

] '*\nal 1 piopertj can lit: h>\ .,) shall i h e \' rather a yellow complexion and has a scar I tribute.II. progressed but slo.vly.

l.iviul) fir tho collector to at aci i so much 1 ;PIPE COGNAC on his right thumb. 1 will give a rewardof MISCELLANY.-Interesting items From what cause hay arisen the v&
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,Vih<" rents OJ'MU lot/in the hs ld. ol ilir HANDY, six dollars, (being what (lilaw ot the intelligence, foreign and dometic occurrences superiority of the North over the South

'...! t ir agent, As will |pay for such Ban Territory allows, which it i isj pronahle deaths, marl iages, &c. in itll which relates to ricuhure 1 has

tj".*. t.c. ;-t'trl\ dl charts. Anil it the 8nieIn 2 Casks Madeira Wine, would be increased by the owner of BunIon III. ENGRAVINGS.-The first it been that they alv ne have turned
number -
: uncvujjitc!, that tlie City Collector -000 Ibs. Loa'and Lump Sugar. ,) and all necessary expense, for the of month will be embellishedwith their attention to the s'ibjecr, that they

Tr':: t:!" : jr.e, to tin- person who iI! take 2000 boxes do. Soap, in Larjjc and small apprehension of said Negro and his de- a every splendid' quarto COPPER-PLATE alone have made experiments and profit!

TJj1 <' U.tof tr :i }j-urt of it (for th- shorttst pc- 600 Ibs. Smoked Beef livery to me in Pensacola.F. ENGRAVING, fitted to the s-.ze of the ed by them ? Not so.-r. he Planters ot*

d .;'nt",-.., 111 !} tic! cctt uf such Uan 16 Ubls.: and S. Chapman, WOI k, among which will be the following the South Lave been as etMerpriiing and -
iLd 1. .:..' tin* ..".'...I"r-'<'*. halfbblsNo. 1 freshTCiackerell as active in their researches a-s. those of
I I City Constable.I Afliambra Ancient of Man.
I 5 lie hr cncctf Thil I the North. But whilst the discoveries'
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: 2 do. pickled Salmon Pensacola, August 3t.! 1S.7: 2-1-tf. PaKce of the Warning Mountaiu
iv ti :'J'.t: : c"--s 'U !a hut thuouu- made by the latter are iaunediately
1 Box smoked do. Moorish Kings in one ofthe seven
r i.!Itt' ;1.11'- t( u ? a.. nor.-reb dent and m ) t 'tJf brought into notice by their periodical
:10 Bbls. Mess Beef Spain. wonders of Dau-
I- .i .4 '.' ..y< ni j!j ine city, it shall be tht View of the publications,those of the former are known
10 Boxes-Herring 0. nnrLORIDA Perpbin
{ a ,.H ;:. it ; "j.t to Co.t rnct a Hai:> but to few, for want of ; proper vehicle
20 Boxes and h.ilf boxes fresh manent Bridge Grotto of Oselles.
(; :;,';.::;i' .. i.b. the) provisions i of this bunch ABVOO.4. of communication. Hence it has becrr
Raisins dried over the Schuvlkill. Temple of Pluto.
Figs Currants
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f -- and Almon.'j. Pont DuGaidnear
TUB undersigned having
purchasedthe
;,;tiiO bv :ai". tenant.: rapid than ours and that ve are at this-
lie That the 2 Bbls Bo'ognc Sausages, in fine 1'rcss and type of the above paptI'Jannonnces jEtna, from the Niaoies, Langue-
I ivftnthtr eaut'.ed. day so deficient in this branch of know.
Gardens of doc.Sanssure's
the ,
ordr former
to and the
!\1' :i..'J cat::c .-* j>a\cnn-nt cif! stone to Its patrons t ledge. Such being the caSte, does it not
I do. Beef intention its Pnnce of Bisca- ascent of
Tongues public, continuing pub.
Lt. u.di.! f::1 lhc! same \\hlLti ol 'ue SL become our Planters to com, forward and
30 Boxes Chop.sc the title. ria. Mont Blanc.
lit tulle
wlk-. across the streets where side walk ation same assist in the undertaking, and
present,
.
oo Bunches O.'iicnifresh View of Pe Cascade
In assuming the responsibilities: of a St. near Oy.t
:.1": provided lor h y thu ordiiisnce so a;> ,contribute from time to time such mfurmution .
; w fiunpoiImperial 'der, Public Journal, the proprietor is aware ersb urgh. sans, Dan phiuy.
t ( co'iiitct them tog<':|IH'r and sutfcienlly ; as be service to the com
: and TEA of the arduous -an-1 difficult task he has Arch Street Fctry, Desert ofthe Grand may
:n.n that sand tart ,
; : Dlai3 may j:ass I. Ii' munity. This work will be divided into
<:\<'r UitMii wtlhvut cither' inrem hin.% or I I J\.:1::: '\ Uu I Hyson, __ undertaken ; but relying upon efficientaid Philadelphia.Paraclete Chaitre'use, three parts. Part 1st, Original-Part 2d.
:, .. in small ooxes & canisters. from friends the in- founded East Prospect of
numerous ,
tearing tl.c-r: and 1 he biwu'i pay for he! U upon Selections and Reviews-Part 3d. Agricultural .
duf{ of the public ai.d his b\ Abelurd.Ui !. Giant's Cause.
pledging
cncc
t;.& j.c out r a'.y nicncy in the 'lieasuy: 40 1'eices cotton Bagging Information.
assiduous a--d unremlUed exertions he :.r.t's Causeway
1.1.1 otherwise 'appropriated. 30 Coils bale way.
rope Part Jst. will contain all Original E.
to r-nder the Advoca'ea vehicle ot & Bridge of ttri. Castle of Segovia, -
hopes
t-ices
Si'O Iron !
i:.c 7. Be it /"/.**; enacted, That it HolJoKV-xvareaasortM _ys'on Agriculture, Horticulture, Boiany -
ful information. Political discus-ions din. Spain.
hh.di be tht duly o! ti.. Cit) Surveyor, in 2 Crates Oock{%ry do. 'Ho ; Rural AfFairs and Domestic Econo
Stata of
*ted with and Prison An- Lalce Killarney
cn.HIt temnerancc propriety ,
Jive Jays .ler' the p-i saf.c of this ordi-i.ae 20 Kegs Nitre Hall Gunpowder my. Not only the present staple articles
wilt be freelv admitted into its columns burn, Nrv York.lyiuv.ild from Kenmure
: or as ciuch sooner as n.w tait his P.lC'k.hnt, Lead l, Flint?, of the South will be attended to, but also.

t con\tm
1 ol e.ich i>uliw ..'k jiiovi..ctl frby th'sort'tiiancc I ALSO, IN STOHE, and without any participation on the part ."Each subscriber) will thus be furnished such as the Grape Vine, Olive, Capers -
ot the I Editor, in the divisions which do
earl with
fct.d aW tcbiy I to I h1J.t h ) ) seventeen superior Copperplate Tea, Sugar Cane, Silk \V mn and',
; pee.tit'l 1. {jel or 'hereafter agitate the public! mind.In of which if
\SSl.tn.\el\t 1GR may Engravings the price
,
iLl' o- .
t'11h tiicet, and! to dei0nam' thc t others, which have as yet been untnrd* &
lusca by stukt'x at least six inches ii l'n'h, CEBJES.f'ensacola short it will he the object of the Editor purchased singly would! more than double of course n't known how far they! maybe

.' and at proper distances fur tt hich hl' bfial f to render the paper. acceptable and the annual 1 cost of the entire work.IV. climatizcd. Only that branch of Horticulture -

.t be ,jiAid not cxccevJmi Uenly.fivc cents, Octb'r 25Th 182732.3t.NOTICm. useful to all.Jos. THE 'TOILET.- addition to the will 1 be for tile present attended

for each trout of eighty feet, to be pa.d D. >t.COXDl'I'tN usual Literary matter contained similar to, which relates to the Kitchen Garden..

$ 1 by '.e owjirrsof tns 1 lIt, or his agentj; publications, the Proprietor has completed When the proper time shall arrive, ware

. ,, tie! hio" shall DC run as direct, lhr \lgh.} THE fuhscriber, a.Tnatice of the Peace an arrangement by which he will prepared to give directions tor.-th--

cut the \vlu:> extent of each fctreit as.i the County of Vscrrbiiluly i auhorised TilE Florida Advocate will be published be enabled tt furnish correct descrip. culture ofthe higher branches:

.. # jJou .y f",''llCUt" p-a)iiijj no attention tt. t! commissioned; ; and sworn, has taken once a week on a royal sheet, at five lions! of the prevailing fashions, both fori Part 2d. will Contain selections from

/ernjary hui!* tIl.s 0:' ( ,zces s but lobe an office in the 1umse belonging to dollars per annum, pi\uMe in :.HlvaDce-.- eign and domestic, 'illustrated with elegant Foreign Works on the above subjects so

.',\ d.,ea nracu as pm5Ie* by tUe ir.iebuii4u GenerarCall ; where he can be found atm Advertisements inbt-rieil at the rate of one engravings besides the regular series ; far as they may be applicable to the soil

>g .!line of the ''e*:18" ) hour in the day, fur the transaction of dollar.per !square for the fi.:t insertion, once in each quarter ; pisces of and climate of the Southern section of the

;cc. !. tif it fu tker enacted That this 1.,u!i ness. ana fifty cents for each subsequent con- fashionable resort sketches of life, manners Union, or may in some way Be of use to -

'. act tutu be in torcc tiotn and after its a He wSalsD do any copying, or adjust tinutnce. \Ch'cl.tisementswilllJe inserted &c. &c. at'the earliest possible period our plantera. Reviews of such works as

: '-ssag". accounts, on the most reasonable terms, until forbid, unless _specially ordered to and from the most authentic sources.V. may treat of ,the Agriculture of these
Ediioi'tf Notices of
Passed August 25th 1327.i nd with -prommne&s.- the contrary. department States, OF such as may either directly ,or
: JN 1'H I I.A KUA; \ The present subscribers to the Ad( vote passing events ; The Drama i New Publications indirectly nave an influence on us, will
OnVcnc.ig.. Cv-ive tlie heretofore. ; Criticisms ; Reviews, &c. &c.
2rctidcnt tern. will paper as be inserted in this part of the work.

J. G. I/IMKK, Secretary.oOu The' respectfully informshis Subscriptions tothe above receded at 'l'DBMS.! Part 3d. will contain brief Agricultural

4-: .AI Irovtd ; August IU27. mends, and die public in 'general,that Ihe Office:-of the ensacoU Gazette. "THE SOUVENIR," will be published Notices, so that our Planters! may not remain -

John Jerrison he will (h':N Deeds, Mortgages, Dills of i&LdZiuC.AiT: .11IER; every WEDNESDAY, on extra medium ignorant of what is going on, but

JJutor.iTc Sale & Powers of Attorney, with neatness \Ve wish that every tnerd of this tine white paper. printed with new and may have an opportunity of knowingwhat -.

and 1\g'd.IIJrecision, on the most: reasonable journal should understand, &nd that'they elegant type, and decorated, in addition is do-nein the different parts ot the

-- uud accommodating terms ; and solicits would have tie kindness to make it to the engravings alluded above with world in aid Agr.culture.' It is hoped,

AN' OBDIl\TAmCII" a poftion of public: patrt ll-* e. known, that to any one who will procure many Embellishments. Each Number_ that'thrs knowledge, will be: ,as spur to

11. 13. Suiiiger.Ten.eacola fOftr s'ibscribersanl remit on their will comprise eight pages, cut, stitched our enteprize and cause us also to make

; amend an Ordiu'tce,entitled an 17th Oct. 1827-31-tf account g20, we will send a fifth copy of and expressly adapted for binding. At fresh, exertions. Here also will be inserted -

Oidinancc providing making a ; the Am eric.in Farmer without charge--or the expiration of every year, orthe close a list of Agricultural,Horticultural! and

: Jtanquctte on Jalafux a.td Golicr By the President of the Uni- ; any one who will procure.jff-re subscribers, ot a voum( subscribers will be furnish JbnicatVorks and occasionally some

< and will be allowed to cd gratis with a general index of the contents notice-will be taken of their contents.
r.u (Tl'eI$, J or ot/ur purposes ted Suites.TX retain 5 on his re-
Advertisements of Works
Sec 1. I/: II OruiJtirilfartfie lint/or" and I mining the remaining $20. We beg also and a handsomely engraved title Agricultural *
Jjoird ofildtnt.m Thut pursuance of law, ,1 Jouir QrixcrU to repeat, that all hick is page. and implements or any other which may
s nnc i of the necessary
AUAMJT President interest the will he-
: third section 01 said Ordinance requires ufth United Statesof lo be lone by any one, wishing to sub- Price of subsscription S2 50 per an- Planters generally
America, do hereby declare and make in advance. Postmastersand published on a separate sheet,and attached
'hr 1\JDl' to be ctitvpleted oy the 31st day sJlb, is to enclose a five dollar note by num, payable '
of December be, and the slme is hereby known, that a public sale will be held at mail, at the risk of and addressed to the others out of the City procuring five tu each- number.We .

: pealed. Ant that Ihe time for the Laid Office at Tuifahasiee, in the Ter Editor of the.American farmer Baltimore subscribers and bec min responsible for hope all such as are favorably die .

: : the provision otsiid Ordmtince completing 'be ritory-of Florid! on the second Monday in -and whether the money be received or the payment will be entitled to a sixth,copy posed to the work will assist us in contributing

December next, for the disposal of the will be gratis, to its pages mod also in procuring
extended lo-ti1 first day cf March .1828.ht"c not, the paper forwarded immediately
l lands heiein designated, to wit : The embellishments will' subscribers for It.Ve request all who-
2. Ot further Ordained, That son and the actual receipt of each CopperPlate -
Townships! tfb. 1 an'U2, of range Ko. 6. be superintended the Publisher and are disposed contribute, .to forward tou -
:u<-h i-t ti,c stc nd section RJJ requires number of the volume will be guarantiedby by
Townships No, 1, 2, 4,5 'their communications early as
tie liaiujut tte on (;obi rno' Street t-> be the Editor. I the typographical ofthe .work will pos
'and '6, and fractional' sible. Those' who have made experi
be under the exclusive direction of
: stieileet it-it inches-wide, be The American Farmer is published
,
repealed
Ami' the !:.be-corsinicted seven feet township? No._ 7 & 8, of Range )0. 7 weekly, by J. S. Skinner, Postmaster ofLaItimore Messrs. Atkinson and Alexander- whc), meats with, Grape Vines Olives SilkWorms

:. \\ uif. And rentier, ifany person intends Townships No. 1, 4, 5, 6, printed on fine paper the size have been so long known, to the. public as or any other articles! new to our. *
.7, anu fractional town Stales, or can give any .'ifonnatloJeta.
? able and artisans that it* is
to coi'viruct l' lUnquettc upor1ut of the of ordinary newspapers, folded- so as to enterprising
) ships'No 8 and 9 of tive to .them we particularly solicit to
Range l o. 8. far
: streets cJ th.s Oil not make 8 about one baitfour entirely unnecessarylosay.tkat so. as
} provided for in onv pages ;
longer Ouhnance, it sliah be the duly of Township No. 1, and pages devoted to practical Agriculture ; I they are concerned there can 'be' no communicate. what they may know on

; audi p&Mon to ii,lorn* the Mayer-thereof : fractional,townships. the remainder- Internal Improvements, doubt as to the elegance of its execution, the subject. "

:11tt'uct'the kanic seven feet wide, No./9, 10, nd lI, of Ranee No. 9. Rural and Domestic Economy, selections i and with regard to lila own share if'tlie TERMS -This work wiltbo printed.'
,
;
No. 1 ind I eood and :11 the octavo site;
Township 2 on
Publisher biiuhhimsfrtr paper
a1alln all olhei febpecia! as arerequired: for housekeepers female readers arrangementSjthe -
: thr ii and fractional town-- in case he'ahouid: ',fail td pmorm4.any-- at:85 per annum,payable.on toe delsvcr'ofzt1e .
.: by provi.i'>ns iu Ordinance passct2dti and Natural History and Rural Sports.A ,
Id '
IlhipSNu l1amd'12 'of Range No. O. sential bis J to refund Erst nuroher-S6tiir.pa.j. :0'
August W2Ti i 'JAI1' minute index and 'title page to the parrof undertaking. will M
: : situate'South' ot'tt base line, and'East .whole volume is pi&lishetl and forwarded the,priqe osubacjpti.4gerits Ji H J* moflthiaflc4, Toefirst tuiab*
l'"':I o4k'1s::?'. cf the meridian. ; -UIlsorUj. be appointed in i issued',on_the first of January: ;na t, A onthefirr.
'Volume :
\ with the .lat number of each ,
I., '' HKNJ.. I WRIG.Tlf: ., : The TPWtlf1 'p's.\u'e to be.off t t.Jh A' single umb'er'i1lbe rent to ""one diiTerentpaitfofthe Unit l SUtes,'until ofv every month:tueoiedlaff. mnumbers .

L :P tUent JIear4oj tdn men.f order above designated, beginning withtheloweaVqumber who desire to see' a/specimen any of the. which time subscriptions will bo'receivetJ of from 52 la.-SO,Metfft > compii
3.G'11UAIt1'. &cretary may i a With d : 1.
of
'
Section in each. '' by PU1LIP..PLUCE.Ir.io:66.: ? .
publication.
,pprul.t. Member, 1827. Lands reserved'by law rthe use of i'oall F4itors.whwillgive the.above .Stre-ci, PluUdelphia wJj ojf all. 'ordera ::4' Z ',

;.-: -J (jliU9l'l't'lsOO, Sch jo Is, or fur otber'purposes:3 are to bo. one or two insertions we shall'fee] much will b'eat1ressedposLjXL-4ij4. aUby .. i$ "1. .U ; a \ '. T" : -.

Itayor excluded from'sale. indebted,.and will gladly reciprocate their t JUDAU DOESON.,' Chesnut si reot j ..Erziip1ians T:44e4: ,al jeGxifi.QfC4 .. ..
0 1- ., Givea'uruleruy.hanc1, at the-City of Washioctoo kindness: at the.Offlce'Ofthe SATURDAY EVE. 1- .
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4- ft1Or ; I this twentv-eijUth day of May, A.Dj. 1824oha /, KING FOST NaH2CheSttUtairetif..t.C1 J ,J.
;, ; ', \.agisrl? \.\ k8: P. S. The Amencan.Farmerts circulated : '; ,
; Jjuiucy Adams. doots low the Post.DfflceL 1 j _. '
.. tliruugli everjSts.teidTer4turj'! ,, anipsrrftten .- 1- J' "'- l ',1.UIr .101l\t 1j.'G'- : : '.. _
variou kinds, fur Sale at Oy the 't'reiudent. fur."bY,,maiy :"ot, the most.distinguished Subscribers- are requested not-t' "piy E:-f wt'*'''h a lelJ"and- despatch ,

16-35L GEO. GRAHAM, piactical( farmers th'e .Union. 'any*monies unless acconipaiiied. by ,theo > ,. J

j tbs 0 mee, 4 i C07 misiolr! of the General Land Of cc.J JT. Ilcel/ Hunt Agent, llJ. tecipt /Ihs fubliJber/or the Agentl* ""t1his'O1ffic-: : ..



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"j rtla cnCPt the -word presentment NAVY tEPAnnttin! 24th Oct. .

has a very comprehensive signification. A Board. for me examination of ., Robt. FOR NEW \YOR SIXTY dtjrt .from Ihfc dates t i Rlll aiR ,

It there means not only proaentments Midahtpmon whose Warrants beardato J. Hackley, near Tallahassee, by the Rev. ,Crno touch at Key West, the Brig En tbe Hon.'the ofla'y'

properly so called, but al- prior to the 1st of January 1819 Alt. Adam, .Dr. LEWIS WILLIS to Miss, 41- terpnzt' (;apt. Hitchcock to sail outbe mb ,
LUCIA B. daughter of Mr. Richard 28ih Nancy Gorman deceased. .
S. tnst cac, ,
of office at the suit 'Ins been nll1M-
ordered
$o all inquisitions to assemble at the Hackle) of No, tulle Virginia. date a few Madrid.Pensacola
Anna K.
in the
of tile crown, or of private individuDut Navy; Yard, Brooklyn, N. Y. on Wednesday :. : &bm.for Key Wett.or passengers New York. .

:11*. the insertion it is believed!, the 7ih November next.Coin. .- FOR Per ternu, apply to Capt. Hitchcock 29th Oct. l$2T-,33: .

2\1:1) be confidrntly: ventured, that IMprrsrnlmrr.t t! c;' .!rn..r will be President. SALE, ur'N.. li. AIJ.KN. TorA Sat .1 '

i of a Gnttul Jury in that After thai ex.mun ition is closed TtiUEE: HOUSES ensacol", 24th Nov. 1827 -26 It ,

h"ng l :
t-ljp piri: (:!menl of I.n-, or iio! rt-gnla- j Midshipmen} whose dates Warrants LOTS, rJ' V IN ATTACHMENT.Joitph :

lion of subjeris n.uioiial iwporUinrp. j(I ?subsequent to tho 1st. of January, in Uu City of Pens coa, owned br the Y. Cruxat. j Enquire the. Pens a cola Bookttore.B&&SG37Z3 -
subscriber : viz. one Lot 1h r Corner tuS! case H Writ of Attachment ha -- -* .
The pncitce of doing so here, thrrr- i 1 S 1J. nn IN
ofPAUfox and Intrndenctsttrtfeishavin issued fro n, and a suit has bee a nit i- A.JfERIJ A JV
fore is nat an exotic:, but of homo |
!
thereon three tuted the
one story )llo.ises with out in, County Court of Escarabia
otiptn i .l.-II nv it has obMineu: so I i M.-.jor General Brown and Lt. buildings ; now occupied by CtJlttiJuel County.I'en'sacola.; : &SCO&2! ,

generally in this country, J am at a (j YUHCJ' !, hw aid, of the U. S.Army, Q.v.K Kl le},. One Lot oWthe East Corner 15'h )Niw -'5.-6tTO And Albany Saturday JUa atint.

loss to divln1, uuCas it be boon+e I icanjo: passengers in the Potomac >e.sterduy If 1ltentknciaand Bailcn streets having THOSE WHO IVirNTCASH. THIS publication is wtued eve' St. 1

olalltr-J'ndgcs; are much inclined :ounpopultr i j \ and were lauded at Fortress thereon a one story store and a two story .y, in the City of Albany, in tbe
dwelling House, with State of New- .
Monroe. A salute out buildings; and York ; it is printed in the
favor it and they who are ,i was fired on the .
Lot
ont the
on West r of the same qtfjulo form with burgeons and
from motives of prudence or tho in- ocr..sion.-Yorfnlk Kca. 20th ult. streets, having on it four one story houses, T ijE Schetii of he acI..,nd Class of type, upon a fine royal bept, ul minion;s af.

flucncc of temerity, forbear to oppose'I We h'ivu had rihin: the I past week A it u out buildings the Grand Literature Lottery uf Ma- forded to subscribers for Tftrre Dollar S

it. sevci.&frosts, which have completely The. abnv property will be sold low rylaml{ may be seen at the PeusacoU a year, which may be duchar,e.l by paying -

I should do violence :; 1 prostrated vegetation, and produce" f.J C.:1.*. Apply-al the house of Mi Jv< oksore : where those who! wish to adventure Two Dollar in (advur.ce or r-z Vof-
great to *;
my ,
< ) Hz to are requested to call and leave last and I\fiy Cents at the .. ,
ax
wholesome and expir t*' of
feelings and is far as wintry{ weather. GUI' :heir orders.
own my influx i, Jose Tapiola.Pensacola three n1"lib afte*subscribing; One Dot'

enc' miglit be fear, I should do much ; streets are becoming; enlivened, lull! 22d Highest Prise g20.000 ; also gS.OOO, In- and Tventy five Cml.1 advance i<*required

injury to your interests, were I ;o attempt :' at times filled with wagons of rouon: Nov. 18J7-.6'-2w.DISSOLUTION. $3, vtJ, S2,{>jj; $1,000. &c &c. :*.. jwc. twrix months and no subseri p.

to restrain the fiee Jnterchanjre ; goods, bacon from the west, &c. .&c I'o be ;rwn on \\ t nesd,), 19tU December tion will be received for a Iris term., Its'ctlunl1s.re

of opinion of J Notwithstanding; the general} complaint IS 27. devoted to Freemasonry,the
public subjects
upon ; of the low of f Bl lll B partnership of fI\L.\T & Rr>n. Op The Drawing of the 1st Class ;.s Arty and Sciences, Selections from the
importance. The of price cotton, Irird- *orks of 3 3rite
gC'I1'r..1 purity M. T"N, MI cos3egtiPnceat'tne death nF received, as above. rt-cent Travellers And writer
public sentiment is the only safe pre- I ness of times, &c. our western bitI \!. J:&mrs Ruhtanis dissolved ; all per.o.is -.- .- --- upon the works of Nature, Sketches of

s..r'l. atiof our il institutions: and pub- I thron kill find amongst us, afior removing h.niu;; claims against the late firm i1a: S..LD, Lives and Character of Eminent In

lie sentiment, like the atmosphere II it seveial hundred miles, a .\vii prevent them to the subscriber fort Four Shares in thefor Tales dividual, Essays or. various subjects
1 breathe bo good nr:+krt for! their surplus !-nH.'rit. an I those persons indented, Sketches of Fancy. Scapsof Seti.
which we can kept t produce. went and
pure \vijl. Humour, Aecdotc .
: come forwnr.l and make ', Poetry, '
constant circulation. As A simihr degree of enter- pavniPir, j\\ r r\'l K.JXD
t only hy a *. no Indulgence can '?t. pn i .-u..IAMUS Foreign and Domestic News, Literary
t number of intelligent anti respectable prize, industry and economy, ou the FI:t LAY.PenO bui! ljng a Wharf Falafbx Street, in N'ew.s, &c. &c. Sic.

citizens, you have an unquestionable part of ode goo-1 l citizens, would d UUi- :i o-j.. 20th Xov 1827.-06tf Pensacola.Eiquire.at! The Msonir Department contain Er
less render titfr sj}, Orations Arl.irawu, Odes '
Miu itsoa Hymn
communicate the -
right to to public comparatively tins: Ofiicp. Slll

your opinions, of a political or miscellaneous easy and comfortable.JlillcJ .cvlllc m J. g rt QIN ON HAND, A.J i'OU ALt: ed Rrguiar;;!. A.count Communication of Elections, and, Calendar aU otnefl

character ; but the Court ;, Recorder.Tho Inhumation touching the iutcre.sU of
: the
"oiuoliaco with a t''-o.'mn of the AT '
tvnuld not feel itself at liberty to receive .trtl .)Alder-Tien, passed No 15Mi 5- TilEPEYSACOL,1 AncitMitjiml Honorable Fraernit}. f
presentment that docs not report which has }prov.ulcd, Hrn: : IIODICS PORE Such |iori'iHs of rue Misaeilaneoo* DC
any
t that uo pc icy is l.knlv to be in.ulo between A large parurents as art nut occtinifdoy ') '
relate to some otVc-uce winch is the An I Klectiori will IJP lu-ld quantity of ;
'natter.
Brazil and B-JOUOS, 'is are devoted t<) Selections fro
Ayres
subject indictment -md pUl1i hmnnt. thrown i in the hick ,the; at iic! ( ourt House in the City 01 r'-uy.t- BOOK ', & STATION: All Y choice and va.uabie trc,, ka The Editor n
1 grouuu by ota, '>n th? t'.rat Momhin December has entered
1 am aware that in this the court ] into
Ia- .trrairgcmenU (
Amnn which by which
zards the opposition of whose 1 statement of Copt. Jones, of the Pe1 ::- 'sea, for ihf purpose of fiihiij{ two vaCbnt.ii ;; ape tiieJKSS' ftllrtvmbr he receives from Europe, regular files of

opinions are entitled to many the cock, tuna says that Brazil is abo-it to 's IIi s a.'ul Uoiid LZOC r OOJI3.. iz. several periodical ;publications tithe firstrespectability ..

greatest offer new terms, ii.tving: ubnndoncih C'ln.'t.i -s appointed to sajeriutfji1 Pike's, 1).10011' and Uoot's'A. in that country, and w.ucn
rc..p'ct.ut the public functiontryo : .:.ij Eu-cttoii AKssra EDWAUJI L.Jn :time been thought
eminent I
: claim to trio Bnuda Orient :tlC*. > entitled to
t \* !: forbeais the expression of his ( Ki. .VJt\io A. 'bJKUliA, a uj FKAS. Tue Reckoner. it.c confidence of the American
Ready rt'aicr.
'which iiuJ caused much
opinions, merely because it may sub- Buenos so : scnsitioaiu CISCO i'ALMi. J.li. Uli KK.Stcretary.. School Testaments and Bib'esMurrav's and he truUs that, by making liberal ex- '

jert him to ill-natured! opposition; IS A\Tcs.-1Val. Journal. I Grammar abridged ptnaea to enrich the columns of the KxCORU _
,
The foMowisijTf} niitiro oi't.ie ncoptioaof IV."*<'"!.t, '2UtXoV. 18.7 5t 2u.AKSIEOK Kevaod ; and 'MAUAZIXZ, he will entitle him-
t 13('; less an enemy to truth and hiscountnthan :xercllel.Ctlll .
.'1 d. ; d'- Instructor tell to a c Jnttnensurateshxreof: th.
he 'who flings himself: r. tly, oar \11.rsl: U < Scott's Lessons puoliopatronage. .
.
i \s aires ;>It (he} Court oi' Lima, is cou- l liHEAD.n 1) vigiit's, Moite's, \\ itlet's, goldsmith's ;
< the midst! of the .
into tumultuous !] first number of the

crowd, smiles when they smile and rif bed in one ot i ihu L--.n-i l papers received I s. q K t is hereby given that LI and A Cumming's lIuber of Grack Geographic and Latin&c &c.SchoolDooks. 1 lume, ur.ng the first undtrthe present above Idle vo,

becomes indignant When they! frown. h*v me Feicock! : I .'G "M'i') Mr. Cl.r! 7 :5 ,j"r bai.el.tite Hikers u ill for the .
The one s.inc.uons delusion and error "YcstcrdJ: Cooley, edtalfmresli .. fifteen Together ivlth a larye collection of \gents or. procuring six subscribers!
[ ; iho LJnued ,* s-i-i: .r ;Ys t-ve: thrrty fiv- Oil n 7
by his silence, and the other pro )- ulu. 5i M.Sof 1 I ct-s of Hrrnd'or t Velvc anti l a half vms i i l eila.uctJUS: o, Ui'k viz : subscription
thc Nonht. received ni !
gaps; them by his cx(,rliong. 1 have a s :' re- 1 :1greettlvtotnOr: -lsnance of the 30th Ih.cN'h..l. latiulu, cop gratis.
cognixedin tint C.lIC.ty., The in.t-, .i'1/.1824.; OMti** 1'1.1 t').>!eon.
been induced to dwell at considerable f 4 All letters intended for
excellent ililiea wliioh St. Ibn l\'s Wdi The "ir this paper mutf
ny qi; : anoitiiho H Or ter n tht" Mayor te be
length this the post paid and directed
upon subject, by nu- to
character of.tI11S gentium .rl, ..n./ .) tr M-IAKI:, Secy. tluen'in Durw-Mrd, RegiiuM 1)"ItIl.14.
nic'ious publications of' |presentments the desire which [[ v '.-.1.1 N.iv.2f2ii '027.-GoAJLMA3TAC- w \\ o',.\vonhN Cm! .npioin oi Frecdo.n.Thf E. li. Child. k
u.lich{ have been recently nnde: i in jrre-u l"'bY +'ru4 ;- Aiiienluresot H:,jji lkit.u Albany, .. Y. August, 1827.

various quarters of the Union. That HU niiisJ feel TO m.imfest. his iitiriKJo\ : 1 '._..L. (.\i. try Highlander, Tat Steam Uoat.Pevenl .
n') serious: evil can result fiom.a cominuincalion to the} iiation: to .hchVI: are so m.-u-ii! _) 1. :" ,0... .:.!..I"'If'10 ..,' of' th.' Peak, The UntAil.llotory TdB A1""VI.iU1.A1Ve.l'4

:iiJ'lti'!, as the first to .i.-kn iui},tl4.* ol MHtVhew WaulKenniiwonh .
of sentiments and
opinions Case| flit OR "
and Solitary.iV *
iur independence: political exioience' i-
in this way, I am willing to admit- Cli(\' NopoVon. Part 1st.tluthanut' MASONIC
GARLAND.
and to depot nee in a voice .>i f F- .Ht828
but that it can be the parent of no : SI etches of the .N'orth A.
thunder the machination of thos
earthly good, I deem equally certain. 1I1l'I.ic.11 11I:11 e .
nations of Europe who were burning i Ci'i ieridgt'-* biographical Sketches. 'Twa 1J'"if 017t fashion : Strexgthtiio Ted
If the for this
reason encouraging .
tl) reculonizH us rentiers the amv.'l l i 4.udutio li. Lucca, The Priiatcer.Uook l rile ra. fil,
,
And o'er "
Deputy the .
practice be that the current of of Fabric hlazo l.
F.ite
polio of ; 1r. Living Pl.i'tI.
lar sentiment is i thus the Cooley peculiarly gratifyitig.: Lie ut }" 1'.4 ._
expressed ; 1 tnktin Pale) 's Il orlc9i51)rult's ---- _. >- S
TIt Chronicle of Lirn .
reflection that the Grand Jury are always I political a: JUT IlE"EIJ'EIJ %Vii*k.', 4 vii| The Olo.: :3 T his been sugested l. that a periodFa -
of June tint mouth ,
states m-iny Beauties of Sii&cspcAreHo.lenck. c.,1! wo-k
summoned and nthe
selected by tit or avt 'o"m. devoted l
could not elapse before Gen. sue:t- jn Fnn sir. IT THE Dus: : exclii-ivfly MAS-JSIC subjects of
Executive officer oldie (' with g./ne-
ourt
would be obhged: to evicvtevi. HrI l;- PE SAC'O L.OOKSTOHE.. :5purunJnel.'llotes, Ri>o Hoya novel ral i'iterestto tie! Fraternity, would meet
out any regard to a concnnenre of ital'on's i i' with
.i.;a\s. heavenly sisters mproba.io'l
and ----- -- andju.iport S'.lict d
'L t :, return to Oolouttu vntn his ------ ; \
v--) sentiment between the Jurors and) Tho COJsti.lItiIJl hesotyt { FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL !! Anecdotes u't the Life ot Rou troy to test he vah-hty of this opinion, bv ex}

their neiphl: ors, is alone sufficient to troops.) ;: TREES, &:-.. j Tnane ot Fife, a P.ent. perml'l1t-the only ordeal by winch +
tleprtvtthis rcaololllJf its weight. Besides upon that ctmntry) by Bolivar was by f lawn, part -'J, Vicar of Iver. matter of this kind can be (tePniteiy set
no means popul:ir.We I'"nitxr. n>>t nic G.-!.--n & .I Happt.tcss] a Jalc; fur the Grave and tied,--the! subscribers propose monthly
popular: controversy should Nurseries 1inll hnC" I the f
pui.hcat
learn from our: corre '
never be permitted to obtrude ::('a* Ne r Y Tic. \V*. I'at.c I
s: of first of
upon of the : ew- York Mercantile Advertiser the Bright City, a )Poem. object this work, is to collect and
the sanctuary, or mingle in taw councils a a_ proprietor fat th.s: E'tasthsh, Lattj of me Lake, Aiis of Palestine.Family preserve, in a convenient and 'lurible rf
justice and the law." that 1 Jeiieis icceivcd m that city mel;: h4'* .]u'i puJi! shed hi. nvmd eii-IiU Mansion, a Tale by Mrs. TaylorAocuiu form a portion of the most useful and

by the Brig llor.itio from Rio, whence ;et t itJoguei or thr present year on C n hairy Poison dpf.lntt.u01'fIC AnsnEssss that can be

.-< .111 SIR sailed: on the! 8th Sepiembei} confirm '4t!. edition! comprising Fruit and tril xFormlx Ss'lectse, Cum:,.'s Pl! -enologvML pr cured. In makulgiria: selection pars

New \ ORK Oct. 24 in part the above intelligence ,!-nHl Tr> es, GreenhouSe Plants, Hsilb-- I -od's Voyage to tticYcl-oj Sea.. .;cn!:ir regard will be paid to perspicuity,
:u- KnotAtr.cncan Ind';;ercois Trees nI5 of style, elegance ofJic.tiol1. and .
** Jntt"rlullmrro\'em in Prmisylvama.Fivncli applicability
of the leers ;
: one s we are n
The U. S. lys,
ship Peacockarrived .Iil,'. heThe collection Fruits
:* o contains : Tcstanient 4: vols. of waiter ; so that when combined,
at ibis port last evening fioni the .P.j-; hopes that }peace will [.-.ke place with in addition to the former great asso.tme Commodo/c POi tcr.J Jourjal.Hamiltdii'sO they shall torn, as ourtille poeticail'v ex-

cilic, and last from Rio J .anellO, l> i- Buenos Ayres, before the new campaign ; '\t ,th'-! n-\v und highly enteeirifflvarieties :Hcial epuris. reset, a rA.jEtrss waxmi of .Misbynr,

hia, and lernamiir.o. The following cunIttlcnccs." We know ()f nooiber W icii have been introilm'ed I Ivlli"n'! Expedition. Frcsich, 2 'ols -a WBEATU. that every MA-OX shall be
-
i-jto nol-ce bv Mr Kn ,dn. President on E..a willing entwine around altar of dooiestic
is a list of | officers hope the writer could Inve: of \ on Mih'ary Jlndgcs. the -
i je en boardwho
f I than tht fr..nied: tiie. expectation the London llorti-ulttiral Society, by Professor S&S3' Journal t'i Home and Naples. happiness. For nothing can tend
t on -
are all in good health ;Thos. Ap.C. peace Vun Mons. of Brussels, and otnrrs \Vaverly.: llothcla -, The Provoit. pore to improve the! heart, to enlighten
Jones, E.qr. Comn;u,der, Lieu..s. 1 haL; Bi :.;zil; hal given up her and includes: : above 500 varieties not ofer : The A !t.lrrc Legatees.Keolution the mind to ren-per stronger the bondaof

Jos. Smout, U. N. Page, \\m. II. I I I pretensions 10 the Binda: Or.f-utal, in I :d for sale by any other estabiishntentn in bua.h America peace and I.nitttitan the inculcation of.,

hemmer, and Geo. i'. tJshur; Surgeon which: event there is 1101 a doubt tu.u jho Union Tales of \1\ Lu:dl/rd, 2.1 Series. the sublime sentiiients and rigid moralityof

\V m. Belt, Sailing M::ser J. II. 1!{ Bjunos Ayres would willingly accept CasanT TREFS.Oftlu-se 15.000jrccs, The Physiognomist, Hingnn: Utili aize. that institution, which is the Ft.'tox'r '
oilers ol sixaatl xf"e'dlngl thufly.PIA'CJI Tnehster or "if ears Ago. 'FI IIST LOVE" The work will also comprise -
Little Purser D Vvalker suitable for peace, as it is now vtryiiu' ij ) Forth
Midshipmen j' essential both I iIIEES-.-0000 of large size, The F.:,rresi-rs, The 1.0Hards liislorical and other matter, worthy. F
to countries. .
N..11. H.iwison, J. B. B'< )han, nnd 'ury thrifty, and vigorous .ro-tu, including i UdndevlNe,1'ht'attr.; *'* Tales.Cogan of preservation. .

.l'ui'e' T. \Var.son, Junus Boyle, T. Bolt. Gazette.Fulton. ill l e finest varieties of thr South ofFrance on the Pensions.Brckenridge's That there mav be h o misunderstand*

T. Craven, QU'IIIUJM: RHUcIiiF", Tho- .-We regret to perceive by wI trse Lrge quantities: wanlo'l Voyage tn' the MissouriHiito'ry ing in re-gard to this work, w* think it

m.-s J. Harris, Lloyd L. Spilim.tn, the! report of a I In'c "Vial l at New York, the p-ice will be reduced of South America incumbent to state, that a portion of the

and Thomas Tiirur: Capt's Clek that the heirs of Fulton are likely to FLUX THELS -10,000 of the choice Tht Village of obrientlJrpt. rnltt which it will contain will be first

John Not lit M ; Tufte School- be deprived} of their last penny, for kinds, exceedingly .urlftyand healthy. GH l liias of Santtllane, 3 vols. with published lathe MASONIC Stia>:o>t. The
'et, i
in rstab
tbe fulfilment of a State contract relative Gnarts-Near 300 of the choicest va- Plates i only object tilling the :AMARANTH-
m SU'I. (ius:;,vus Nowm.'iu gunner, rielsen, selected with the greatest carr Ray s t'npms The MoUrning U ng.Campbell is to afford tfiosf, who prefer it, a publication -

W.ich'in Jams Carpenter, Aaron to some Ohio lands. The jury from the Wine countries from the 36thto or the Scottish 1 Probatnners.Johnson's : devoted exclusively' to the interestsof

Cro.kei Boatswain.Lieut. returned a verdict of 822,093 againstthe the 5-ilh degree of latitude, and consequently History of the I Pirates.Wilkinson's Ma mnrv. In a weekly paper this
he'.rs.IT of the f11rlnUlr>s,3 COIL tlldtlas.. cannot oe the case. Furtner, we propose ;'
fruited
to section
Ilniry Ogden of the Vin- every Wilson's Jndijestion, the because bilirn'eJiViaft
--- .-,--.- ----" Union selections will be made by the Philip on octavo form we
ccnnes ieiuned in the 1). for the bonefit The Editor of this Gazette will be proprietor, if d sired, to suit any particular Trum"ull's Works, 2 veils. rm will host meet the wishe of .arfriends. g.

of his health, which is fast improving much obliged ta anyone who will procure : locality, and where large quantities Walker's Rhetorical Grammar, .--It i is more convenient for hnd.

; also, Dr. Jas. R. Boyce, .some seeds' of'the PALMETTO or tall Palm re desired, at reduced rales. The great I Stanhope's History of Greece.ll.illam's ing, and is txetter s Canted to the libnry,
tree and leave them at this office, to be Tor- Middle Ages. fee which we deity n *" make it, not mete ;
for examinntion and) superiority of the present collection tUIrver >y :
Midshipmen warded to Mr. Prince. A liberal price will before offered to the public will b t' i Craig's S\vonl Exercises for Cavalry, |Iy an er' Tlnt, hilt :. valuab, acquisition.
Crensh.tw, J.\V oodbridgt-, andVhet- be given for them. Seeds of any of the i to the catalogue* Hodgeson' Letters from North America The AMARAWTU wii- br published on

craft ; Mr. Henry Ogden of New- flowering shrubs oJ lid country will also be perceived referring the establishment. the Idlli of each m' nt-t ; to contain thir

York, came from Calloa. a very acceptable present to Mr. P.andwe or by visiting Malthus on Political}conomy., ty-fat octavo pager, elegently printed on
passenger will thankfully receive and forward 03": Catalogues may be had gratis of "Franklin's Narrative Pradt's KuropeMemoircs new type vulh lire paper Every othel.. ? .
The Peacock has been absent 3 them, if oflferred.. the Subscriber : and orders left with I de Nipoleon Livre IX number to be embellished with an ete

years and 7 moir.hs, during; which pe- .!, him will be promptly attended to French. cant engra\ed orlithrographic print, a*

rod! she has been actively employedoiiilic W. IIASKLL HUNT, ,9yent. Ilome'ftCom'nentar-on the Psalms.Campart's dap I ted, when practicable the content }i
Slu.r Penwicola, 2sM_Nov. 1827. Memoirs of Diana Antio- of the work.
coasts of Chili:i, Peru, Colotn- a "

)Ja; :md Mexico, having: vis'.led: I most : ;ette. The price will be two dollars a year. ..
TTHE Life of(+ -ral Green.
of LA'V. CaldweWs ent payable on the reception of tbe first number
thepuits frt-qiK-ir.eti I by our enter l fmWSJQ i.ifeof Gen. tatonllickson'e NarrativeAiken's ; which' will be Jut to press1 as .so pi ising nierchammcti bof.veea %iJlparf m Subscr.bers have associated.tliemjelveam.practice Memoirs of the Cadrt of Queen as a suficieni number of su'jscribfers &. t;

:,( and Chili, Iiiutnhiv, Mexico, ieusacoYa. '. a Attorni, Elizabeth.Parmly obtained to warrant the expense. Any
the Sar.dwid" Society and Port or -rottnteHors and Proctors !'iw' the several on the Teetb.Chatteaubri&nc1' individual who will obtain sixsiibscnbsrj,'
Marquesas Courts of 1 Chancerv and Admiralty, .
Islands AW s ravels and hoid himself responsible! will be entitled
Inch have been the }principal : ENTERE I in the Middle and Western Districts of Lotdorcet's'Commentary on Vlonteh- seventh Secretaries of
rendezvous of the South Sea Nor. 19th.-Schr. Amelia, Batch, New Florida the Court of Appeals' at to"a copy.
L and ;in quieu'i\ Spirit;of tht Lu J.RUMell' Lodges and agents for the Mirror grnerUy -
urtlemen'} and the N. W. traders Oi leans. Cargo to order. Tallahassee- They will also attend the _
interest thepiselTsain
a lodern.Hurope, are requested to
West.
Hitchcock
fire P. adds nothing to the! stock of I Cargo Brig to Entrrprize.N. HAllea, S Hamblcton, Key S. Superior Courts of the Counties of ne *' Army Regulations.Life this work. Letters,postpaid may be
political tur-and Early in Georgia, and the Circuit .of Sir William 'allstx. addressed to the subscribers .+ puuliaA .
news reported by the Coriuibian Bill, J. Campbell, I11. Crupper, F. H. KUbetiMiijor in Alabama. r.
last Foster,Madame Latady and the Court of -nrtand.Dae Indian Wars iir-lhe West. en.of the. Masonic Mirror, BostonMan..,
that about the of r
except Their Office is at Webbv lfe. ,lacks on -
Master. 'H e'>Smollett's: and BUsctl's Hj. Moore, c' t'j'6.ey.B08ton .
Aunibt a plot,,said to have for its ob- County, Florida at which place one or England. '" i
CLEARED., r' .
jeci the revolutionizing,of Brazil, vas Nov. 17tbcl1r... Bellona, Davis r Mobile the other may at' *tl time Abe ,consulted. ,. oI'1J Modern Kurope.- .6 vols..puma's Life August 1827.;

discovered to be in agitation at Babi*. and New Orleans.. Cargo gftndry article except/ when attending the Courtt., Soutbey's.UfeTef Jpbji Wesley.Pliitorch 03 Membrs .ftheMajonIo fat ernitp
Utters bmipeawift receive immediate n
here 30 or 40 persons |iad been arrested > by Master. .' ; i- ** Lives,3.vofc. STO.. and others, disposed patronize either .

as confederates. in the plan ,20th.-Schr. Speculation. Fla St. attention.JAME3 WEBB, .. Smith's Wealth! of Nations, 2 vo1Lr if the above works ; are, requeatels. d s

I .:c disaiTeclcd Marks.. Crgo, sundry articles by G.. W. .- E"tEIL.-\V.GAU't.ER J French. and -I'alian ,it ctiontlrY, 3 voi ] to call kt' the ffice oft YctlatcoSt, I s
were >supposed to be Paasengcrs JobA 6arnltr. Esq. : l t '
Barkley. and st.btxibe
i
bouiitiiuF3J zeta
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numerous,.. Lady andfomil/ 'VebbTi1J at. 1" fr. .1. -7 I otI !

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: oflXCN! ; 1 25REWA'RD.. \ 1.ta'R J'BARGAIN.. in the new Town of Majfnolia A3J.U""aIInr.The

?rorMing for taking a. 1J *q ldlt I\ ; I will sell or exchange for LOTS offered for Ille. This place is V

on Palfifnx and Gfbierno Streets I. other property that valua- s-tuated & !rnIesfroni.Vofl St. Marks_on

: in n_V ble TWO STORY I1OU3K, he St. Marks' river and, 15 from Tallahassee. % Eagle n
and fm" "tl,,'.,jmrjutses.I5ec I.J\N.\\\ A Y from the Subscriber The river be to thrown Tavern
can navigated ,
; I. Jit it enf.ctfd by the Mayor andiGtiidofrJidermcn I -acola, on or abOut the 20th of pleasantly situllte .on tKe Spring Road, "'
8 feet water.
vessels drawing
tisl last. MuKitoc nnmcdULL1AMMOKR1S Clincb. If sold, by ;
]; hat the ofJ MIg Uoy Lading to Cantonment
I owners
ANDTRAVELLER'S
j and
V | \ : C..sh or giod approved secunty will be V rile situation is high, dry healthy ;
fits Palafov Street from 1''II.lai'sC"fOt"r )
upoM in the vlcinit
.
V i it has two Sulphur Springs ) REST.
ALSO
to the north nn'npr of a lot .tw ed 'aped about twenty four ears, bv rade a required one of which is only .200 yards from the THE Subscriber!
head of mfol'msbe
LJ C. and C. C. K and from the .1 (f&&fjt goodOxJ' pub
> MT, Shoemaker said boy is about five feet laid
; I Stock attle Public: Square. They arc to posse lie, that he has opened .
4P: *r ofFordinand 7'h: toth*' north cor-I l six i i inches high, yellow complexion,very'' 2l F great medical qualities.For ..Ilia, of Public Entertainment a h"uta

nrr l.f the lot owned" int Homin o Toires I mUCh< freckled, and pitted on the nose 'I which w-iU.be sold! : low for further intoimation of Terms &c. house formerly occupied by \n tbe

.;')t11 at their own coi.siruci a the small he born in Vir cash. Maj. Hall
with] was
expanse I pox ; appi\ to J. G and N. Hamlen. Si. Marks. for that purpose, fronting the
rffieient Banquette .ht tt et wade; from jfini and is mild an-l pleasant conver \V m. A. Bell, or to Augustus Steele, TalUhassee-", square, which he nas fitted in puolic
the building line to tl.e oiitvde of the up a. c->n-
V sat. ion" Pensacola, 8th Nov. 1827 34-lot. St. Marks 10th August, lti27-24-tfBY venient manner for tlie reception .
cub. _TI vellers and other. His
"
table will
J>r'rt ot'\ellow) pine or some durabl-'im- ., necessary will be for the I always
expenses gi/en Linn an Botanic Garden, o %'oaLs be Hiinplierl with the best which
Lt-rt i' ;*:ehes? wide and Nurseries New York. market can afford: and his bar with
to be '..id straight i a' nearly level tS the ,; this City, of the said William Morris, if taken near P. PRICE: ft i best of No the
liquors. exertion
street uill dmit and Htrongly I pinned to- within this: County a reasonabje J __ WM. PUINCE. Proprietor will be
j ;
getliei. The walk shall) be fill) il with j* audition will be made to the Heard iftaken .f this establishment, has just For publishing a Literary Journal called wanting on the part of the proprietor,

sa'id to 'htop of the curh; and paved ; at a distance. published hi. ne,% & enlarged THESOUVENIR. to render general satisfaction to thoieu
favor him
) "il h hrirfc.cr co\ered wiMi a comix-sition$ : J. radole. Catalogue for 1827, ho stables may well with their company.

of line and sand made! Murd ii d oid.: His are calculated for a nurn.
PensacoU 22d October IS.7-J2! -3t. 24th edition uliic-i comprises all theFrtut her of horses-and a good and
Sec. 2 lie further itnctrd.. I hat theOwneM'f L1uELLISIIED: : WITU attentive
lots : tL j 1 ne Florida Advocate, at '1 al/ath'l'l'/ and Ornaments.! Trees, Shrubs andPlants. Ostler will at.all times be at hand.
from
> ( !
< n > I '
A''-',r.e7. su. et t i' 'he lot oi' pd h\ qI.. UP':' i 'ee publish the above 3t.; and Bulbous Flower Roots, Green: Splendid Quarto Engravings Families, or Ocntlemen whosuy wish
t to thi'office.. Iln use Tr t-s and Plants, &c. cultivated: slits, work intended! as an agree can be accommotfulerf with
Rub *
.> : r'cl vovr orcupied IY Mr Midd-i-! private a-
in his
Garden and Nurseries. 4 able and instructive cwmpanion for GSO. FISHER.
Ion shall partaients.
i.
c'M's'niri n Ii.; feet ('1. inches wide f.om t h buildim.liiie i"v> Dollars These Catalogue' may be obtained the parlour, anti an appropriate attendant Tallahassee: Dec. 15-?-tf.
gr.L 1i; of the sllb r'ibera..tt orders sent to at the 'I I i/ilel-to be issued
... to the cult and tu be fried! eVt"ryWednt'1t1:4Y -
upaid lIt'bLl fl. to be f lrw..rdedo the Proprietor,, : cornmencingwith the first PROSPECTUSOP
O'trpleied in the HE WARD.
same manner as ieqi I receive
'
"' prompt attention.V. \Vedne5dayin Julx 1827.
f d b firM '
the sec'i-'n Prnde
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> I I uLt ..1I'U", the rt :sutence of James I' \ Hasell Hunt !No exertion will (he spared to ren ler THE
!
t 1II tre &" nil$) be no ma e ; ,
Hat.quette
.: i to: 1",1t"r .tl a H i.all vervcontaining ,I'I'i THE SOUVENIR," in all respects wor- Butn.e n .l\ -ric.ulturist.1n
"P' i t;hit: south bide of the btrcei from Pat Ag.iit, Pensacol.. .
: a*.- \ Alranez! strce I 1 1:114: kiyt.t'ii k\ist, I Hi)! the patronage of the public: both as a I E of
want work
a to which
... I NOTIOE.bJ cheap and elegant emporium of usefulaiyl t our pl.".
'y 3. .
c Heitjunh< enacted, Th.it the variety} of papers ano #iocuneit's terscould refer or inrornatim

pgfi. }Js. .. .. r" --id. .til be Completed I I juvi a sum of money. i 1XTY days from this date, I will sp. mUre-sting1 information and a valuable tit the Agriculture of the relative
: of choice! of Sojth,
1
(.).;" (IT 's(-<.,1"tl. ,.!rt\-fti-n! y "t f lJ..ct'mL. I The said papers: can be of no use vhaleJ 1'1) tor Letters of Administration onit .Misceiiaiie'.Ui repository Literature. specimens Suirt I section of th*'! Union. hu long been felt;rn

.. t'' ,:t x'St \ lid n wi-hJi I :., he dlitt oflhe l j vt i-except to Ihe ownerM aid whoever e estate of John A. Rogers, late ot Jiv attention I and has long been submitted i to '
I will he h.tol.\t'd the as a
4: 1>: -\t>r f t''e' ( ilV to sr'- t".1: the sl'li; SIT will restore them to eittier of the Under- I; cambia County, deceased on nv-ral tendency evil for vhich yin rpm.d'u necrh&ary -

OCl'Hllirc'fj. !*.>'.< d 'rrertbiv. I.. the |j.ru\* n m> lit t tiiis signed 1 !, or to I.shop Portier, !shall receive I James l>cDl1lt'ton.f't"1"aco1a. o, ant watchfulness"THE SOUVENIR preserved: and ocr a eon th" hand. With a sufficiency: of talents and at
'
: the above KeuardotOne I
8th Oct 18 729ct.ItIOTZCE. cause and interests of virtue i enterprize to co-nluct experiments, to.
c 4 B* it thcr enacted. That I iftl.e
fn
Hundred Dollars I : draw inferences, and to detail
A of the them
portion contents \\ill be as I yet
ow ('r < :iot <.r :io and no shall$ be ked. follows! I presented to v orld the
gm1, J..41' fa I to cause a HnqiK-tte to be questions : I': O"ST1I'UTr; and appoint Micajahf : I I I tacleofa high minded and spec
'' James S' 1 TALES, original and Delected ; ESSAYS enterptizinreab.cultu.
cc" ( ( "crf'ldln 'n tl"c'" ) oftbi Inneiarity, ..
P''tIV.SHHI. of P lIsacoh. and 1
"upper my ajjeiit community destitute
moral of .
humorous
and scientific orn
} nln.s-m ot John. Itinerant) .t ()IQ'r, '" %"i ni.-.tlvrn and thmys relal i V i POETRY: inal agricultural works and
original anL I selected from the depending
:1\0' ot | -cei her i i' shall he the ('; ty of to tJse delierar.d
for ort oral
t en 3"old" f h tcbt'r 2411 18:27.-Jl-tf": receiving pay fli*- best American and solely communications v>r
the \;"j" or of thr t II)' lo J let the tt-:,ki:: 'tfO' _ teli..b..t. the :Navy Yard V BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES Foreign publications of iisiinuiilied ; publication, for all our knowledge toreiijn
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e .' to lowh-''d < on-
liHirquH' t-e
r, $t..i j jgi i K. 1 these
subjects. Whilst
.; i' "Vhl'C: 5.0'1"''t- tin te'>t *'iid diaw Ii. \\\\\\ \ \tnt\e-rsun, Montgomery.Mobile. persons, male and female, pjp'ticuUrl : collected others have Carefully
the 6th Sopt 18':7:9ItrJOTIC : > the} lattei ; ANECDOTES Bon and recorded the expert-
t '..1 om\ TrOt on the tit I r. .isu \ W WAS just .t"celveN!, peHrijf Hebefl Mots, Sfc. ffc. The) original matter necessary enc of their prac'ical[ fam*!M, we Iave
: ant u cco'in s fvdl: be pl. c d in tl.e ,
fl frm'l "> .York. itted the hurd
: vi 'for I this department of ,. p-ri : earned knowledge of
Iiuls of' tint our '
( i/hertiir ho sn.dl j per
ity \\ c(>: \ of GOODr? ...: IX week Horn this late I" ill applv will be furnished by individuals who are our fathers to Perish wth them. U'h.Ist
lec Krrsliupply
t.it' :oa' r in the same ;maiii-er. tafriitn > :
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to hip Him the other have
ou'ity I 'OU1'for' hetiTt' 3 ulvantsgtoI.sly known to the puhjic been straining every rent in
,Jt'h ver-onai; ; i ''j 1": : IV lie''I4 i>p "'I VV Oligo ,A Inch arc tl! c t cc! ).% iflg artclc of Btoambia, for JoIlt'r '1' Adnuni : through the medium of their Literarj' the cau e, we have: been mere iti.Whiit kt'r&
tIt: \4 iiF* oi .-I i"o.1 i vvtiere 111',0 < productions .
V I 1. i trutinn; otithe: state of JOHN \\ GAYLE, ; besides the numerous : on. they !have advanced
f rM.ch ;,> -hh'e.'ts: a'i'l I corres- rpm.y:i ,
i-o .4r. n V '
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deceased.: ( IJAltLMS 1). UHO UI .. iioiuiems who may be expected to con we have been stationary oi at leW have
1)( !vnal 1"1 "p." 'c'a" e f"IlIId.tII"I I \ :\; ..\ V Yard. l't".acolcl, tribute. pro essed but slowly
1 P
lawt f. i 'Ju- ; olu (\1'1"0 a' a I s.' nucof: rot -,:.H &I-J 'IPE COGNAC (K-t. 15 !h, 1827-31. 6r" t II. From what cause has
tI" ren ,. of siu'h cti.. the tJ'o11C1"", tit ;J..J'J- UtANiA:* ---- : MISCELLANY.-Interesting items arisen the vast
,
; of superiority of the
intelligence: foreign and domestic North the
over
tenant such occurrences South!
V r ajjfit. 00; uui ,'a tor Uai.q .I.14 OlI E.
> i t t. ,Atul? ..II CI:4TJ;.- i \nli$ : the s.i- 2 Casks 1ad"ira'iue, .' )IX weeks ilur Update 1 will deaths, maniages, 8tc.III. it in Moll which relates to Agric'ilmr* ? tu*

be tmocciipitd.' tlu tile <(<.It C dre. 1' ,. 0''J: Ibs. Loaf an Lump Su ar" C to :he I lloi. 'lie '; apply ENGRAVINGS.--The first number been that they alone have turned

.%t tii-- Sail i. I., thf per..oii! 'It ho u tl.! tax :20'( )') do. Soap, m' Large aad small cauibi (;iul.t', f foi Letters County>> ot oirt Administration of ":>-- of e\ery month will be embellishedvth alone their attention have to the subject, that they

$; tiff >,t c.r.A : .tI t II! .1 h.r ih- S.H-IU-SI; \ e- boxes \.:\ the "Llulc of Jacob Kelker l hll \ a kplrndid) quarto COPPER-PLATE ; made experiments and profited

,V V_ rio : II tl.iiei: J p.Ih.. rost 'd! such B..t 800 Ibs. Stroked Heef o? Ea;i C'ouuU deceavd.! ENGH4V1NG, fitted to the size< of the by them ? Not so.- :'The Planters of
; 15 13b' and lialfl-bls.Xy.! 1 fret! I he South have been
V qUf"le :.I' d the C'iarge; : work mong wnich will be the following as enterprizing andas
James
Markerell >1)i11nan. active in their
V '4'C..5 lie t Jur..er enacted, Tit ii Mliambra, Ancient of Man.jlacP lesearches as those ot
; V 2 do. pickled} Salmon Pensaccla ctji! the North. Hut whilst the
\v::.. r- tt \ u .tnt i>c.upie8a lot the ow Uot. 18 7--i9 6 : ( of the J Uurning Mountaia discoveries
_
1 k. made
fox nu "l do. by the latter
: ci U i MI :. i'ihemj' ;: a non-res dent and l % .. ek Moorish Kings.in one of the seven are immediately
h i.i V IIC' d1.tflt in the city', it shad be I..1 :10 Bbls.! Mevs1U fled l "g ck Sp-tin.$ wonders of Dau- brought into notice by their periodical

iluiy: oi 'hi Vh:; tenant to const a H.ui- Koics Jlt'rrin 0..' '1'1 1 1 1 1VLORIDA I': \' evof the ..PerPhiny.. publications, those of the.former are known

V (I ....ut..t..gr -e .hi} to tne provisions ot t i.j: ? 30 Boxes awl half boirs fresh bv-.r! : : A>>VOCAPT:a.THI manent Bridge Groito of Oseiles. but to few, for wait of a proper vehicleof

oid nance, and deduct the! sunic from tIc Raisins, Kips, dried Currants, over the Schujl-' Temple of Pluto. communication. Hence it has been

ten' piid n\I .:tIt tenant.b and Almonds. :. undersigned having; p\lrc!l.W' kill* Pont Du Uaui near that their improvements have been more

(j fie it fwihtr ft'ttctcd. That t1 I' 2 Ilbls Udoe Suusajcs, in fnc the Press and Type of the nbovc pauan.'iu.juces : ; -: :liin.i frum the Niumes, Langue- rapid than ours and that'we are' at this

--. Mt\or" t-imii C..US-- (.H\C 1.l"1I01 stone I toL order to its former patrons :...11! tin V iJanieiis of the doc. day so deficient in this branch of know-

V (* x..e i., the sjnie wit'h of: "he s..d lh- I do. Ceef Tongues public! : lisiiHentioi ot continuing ts puilic&tion Prruce of Bisca- Saiissure.'s ascent'of ledge. Such being the case, does it not

V v.::4Lc; across tin bireets *' !ttre side WIK.S: 10 Box s Cheese I uiuScr! the t-ame ti'e.: ria. Mont Mlaiic. become our Planters to come forward and

art.i ">'.o\ jtlnl 'fir l h? this m'el.H'tIlCl' til' a., 500 Bunches ()nwfli III assuming the responsibilities of \ i lew of St. Pe- Cascade near Oy- assist in the present undertaking and

Ii (.Iii ('f .hem' ..getherSi. "lId ',ficlt'utl I) $ Frt..it l iumowder,2 Public I Jc'.ii'p.r.i. the proprietor is :\'.' are trrs-'rjr,.;h sans Dauphiuy. contribute from time to time such inf rmation -

V 1-1, that UI'I} S and: fal'h; ilia) I/a s I I :!(!j: Impt'Ti.t1 5TX34S. of Hie :'!'.l'iou. and jifiicuit task IM- "i.n' > I X-ci: street Perry, Desert the Grand as may be of service to the com
%
C'cr tMi-m! unluiiit either wetc uclt1Jlf' I'!' i Yuun;,; lJ} sun :undertaken ; but rc'lyu:: upon d
c ."J;' 'j I cm, ami he a!hud: pa) fur he I : m small "boves & caH"tcr: I aid IVc/:! ;V v.i"njroulncn1 1-, upon IIC! ii>- Paraclete, founded c.ast. Prospect otCause parts. Part ls, OrljinaJ-PlIn 2d.

I a." i;
lit totl.( t'\vie: approjiriateil. V : Coils bale ripe I :assiduous u'd tinremitied ('xertiu.. h I.. .:...". ,'".) \. itti"-- .- cuhural- Infor.-- 2.i"n-'

5;' r 7. // it Jurtrer tlcclnThat i: uOO Peires Iron tIollo \'are :!. r-t'J !hOj.s; to rtr-'tr the .\dncatH:=
511.4. he tile tiaU ot tht Cii;) ijui ejof, V|fj 2 Crates ( rocker) do. useful i,%*"!'mation.: Political di:.russiMroii'i'.ved ;,-.. I tJ 'It" SJ.m. .' I Agriculture, .Horticulture, Bt>iain .
J.
fida} s alter the }...S.l., ot this cullor 2J( I\t' s Nure Hull:i Gunpowder \temperance and IJrulil !,.-:::- S'st P!" Sl', 'ni Luke of Killarrvey Rural Affairs, and Domestic Economy. -

( 1tzhC us much sooner ui nr.a uit I his Hurk sin} .t, I.ea f, Kins! V. \\- )e: rl'"daJr.liUed I into 115 l jj.I Iw I burs: : NY* \ 'a'k. from Kriunure I Not onh) the pTe cirf-staple-articles: .

COhhJ.e1ICC, toMirve\ and: nan.the line:* :, I' riling, Lttter, & Wrapping1 paper &c. ,;..nlo, .tnut: K :,.ud to ci.istmj p. ru--tad I .vi\\'.... !!li! Iliii. M- I Park. of tie bouth will be attended to, bat al-Kj

of l tch side w.. k )p iIOi ed I for) by thsor-! AL>; O, IKSTOItK, I without; any participation on the p:.r. I Eal"h subcriher ui'l! thus he furnished the? introduction of new 'object: of Culture

dinunce.iid a 'cchlm to thevidth 1 of the Editor, I in Ute! divisions$ which do such as the Grape VIHC, Ohve, Capers
'I
spcCified \ { ; > v. it';
A
ior .'acii ,street: and to designate t -tIn Ue\\rva\Assov\mtnt r.f j jr i or may heieafltr agitate the public ; \ ; the of
; b: price uluch itp'irch.ised
i ) :es !>v siukea. at it:... >i six IIILUCS .1 g't: S ; II ()( 'ER1E I Inhhotit I u'ill be the oyje. t cf th Kd.ior ; Mnjjly would more than dou- others, which have as yet been untried, 8c
of
t i.dat: prop rdib'-nctft for which he .hrtti ; to render the : course not known how far they olaV'be
: I jiaper acceptable um: o.'ir! tiie aiiim.il
cost ot the entire work.IV. .
<<
be paid n'h exceeiim;;' t\tri.iy-hve e1 ':'_ 4'ensaCbhi! t). .tI'-t ijih 1827-.32-3t. useful to ali. TilE TOILET.- addition the climutized. Only.that branch of Horticulture -

lor each flout ofiyli.. tett, u, be V to will be for the present attended
Jos.
} I D.
pj uiual .
Davpnport.Till" Literary matter contained in si mi
by ihe: oW'- -s of the lot, or hi:. ay; :. N-OTZCI:. I tar to, which relates to the Kitchen Garden.Vhtn .
( f publications the has
\ \ \ !' ) Proprietor
completed
V; tke lines!>> sh.l tI) be run us direct, tin ot& ..- ,I". subscriber, a Justice of the '-' '-3 Q, \ 1 J 'I L'1i4V. \ the I.ropel't.ime shall arrive, we
V i,11 Peace an arrangement by which he will i i
V out the whole! exten of cacti .. i' are prepared to give directions fur thAt
tiei.t tor the ;
-> I County. of Kscsinbi'duly! nuthon&ed : Floritlu: Adturuteviil i I be pub I lid! be enanled to furnish correct descrip culture
tQSZbJ I IuCZUW.e. Ila) 'g 1m iU\Cn\WII L' 1, and has I! e,1 l once \\et-K on r\\1 l ions of the of the higher branches.
comrn.liSlont"C& s\\ orJ!. la- j a sl'cct at fivoJolKiM : prevailing fashions, both foreign
i Part
V temporary buttings Jences / but to Litk en an office in the I! ; 2d. will contain selections from
house beloiipiii? to'! per al1.111) ['.'r !'te in \ollICt"- and domestic, illustrated with elegant
V gocriied as mUCH as possible, by tae true lieiH-ral Call I where he -\deJ'trocrnelib I Foreign Work on the above subjects, so
V'V" ; can be tvund at incited at the rute of one : engravings, besides the regular se..
building Sec d.line ct the :treels. ;I .t ny hour in the day, for the transaction of I dollar per square .tor the! f-rsf insertion, IVIP.s. once in each quarter ; places c) and far b they may bt applicable to tile sdil
climate of
JJcttj'mihcr
enacted. That his! business. fashionnble I the Southern section of the
ann fifty Cents for each
resort sketches of life
snbaqtJcnt con-
i manners
shall ,
act be in torcc from and alter its I lie w II Jilso do any copying, or adjust: I tiiiU'ince. ..'\.ch'crti.cllltt willl.a: ir.srrted: I '& :. Etc. at the eanitst<< possible period -I Union, or may in some way be of use tooi.tr

frd- P Siigl. .. accounts, on the most reasonable terms, until {uirml, unies! sccially: ordered to and from the most authentic sources. planter.. Iteviews of sucn works as
'
i *jsed August 25th, 1827. and with promptness. lilt contrary. V. Editor, 'department ; Notists olpasiig may treat of the Agriculture of these

JN 1>E LA RUA, l. The prcii-ot:: suL ciibcTs;: to tl.e: Advocate : ; events ; The Drama ; N- ill Pub- States, OK such as may either directly or

; President pro. 1cr. on'Vencig.. will receive: tlic napcr us htietofo/e. licallolh i Criticisms! ; It--views, /ice.. oic. indirectly have an influence on us, will
J. r. DU VKE,, The subscriber be inserted in this of
tcrttary. i also respectfully t informs Subscriptions to the above rCcecd'! Itt part the work.
AJIO\\1; 3j\n u1S, 1S27. his 1 fr.emlb, and ihe public in general. that the Office of the PcnsacoJa! Gazette. TEaMS. Part 3d. will contain brief Agricultural

John he will di aw I UTIlE SOUVENIR Notices, so that Planters
our
Je1"l'hsun DeedMortgages, Bills of will be published I may not remain
Sale, 6t Poweib et At.. 11LD.ICiAN r A1.x1.l.M... \\EDNESDAlf ignorant of what is
,4 ornej', with neatness I every on extra medium going on, but
.1iUlJDr.
4 Itt legal: I \\ e wuii that every tneud of tills fine white may have
I precision, on the most reasol'aI ; paper )printed with new and L an opportunity of knowing

I ble aid ccommodating! terms ; and solicits journal should understand, and that the\. elegant type, and decorated, in addition what is done in the different parts ot the-

AN ORDXNNCZ I a pot'tlon of public patronage. would have te kindness to make it to the engra\mgs alluded/ to above with world in aid of Agr.r.ulturc. It is hoped,

4 H. 13. :.Stringer. 'known, that to any one who will procureylzr many Enibeliib.'iinents., Each Number that this knowledge, will be as a spar t:>
7Vamnid
an Ordinance, cntitltd an Pensacola, 17ih subscribers and remit on their: will, comprise eight pages, cut, studied L Land our enteprize and cause us also to make
: Orctii-aitcc Oc 1827-31 -tf ,account, 20, we will send a rit'tii of f. fresh exertions..
E providing making a I -. I copy expressly adapted for binding. At 11 tre also will .;c insert

J.aiiyutirf on 1'alajux and trobierno ; < By the President of the United I the American Fiirmer without charge-or, the expiration of every year, or the close ed a hat of Agricultural, Horticultural and

: t viVet'5 aidjor otlttr anyone v/ho will procure' ve subscribers, of a volume, subscribers will be furnish Be"ttnicalVurks, and occasionally 'some

1 H I. (h .ntiiiyihe .'purposesSee. [, S ates.ns will be allowed to retain g>5 on his re ed\ gratis with a general 1 index of the con notice will be taken of their contents.

.yor I and I pursuance of la mitting the remaining $20. We beg also tents, and a handsomely title Advertisements of Agricultural Works,
;j" Jtvuttt of .i'dtimen, 1'1111bl:' much of the \\ I JOBS QUISCT engraved
th>rit >. ction ul Said. Oiciiiam VA AIIAM.S. President of the United States to repeat, that all u inch is necess.>,' i p-.g-; and implements or any other which IliAY'
'
e a requ ire b of America, do hereb to be Hone by anyone, 'Wishing-l to subscribe Price of subscription 50 interest the Planters will &e
V tlt- K.irie to ue ton: 'piettd u) Hit- 31st dit ) declare and make g2 per an I gent'rally,
} knoun, that is! to enclose a live dollar note num, payable in advance. published on a and attached
ol D cen bei be, JiI.tJ Hie a public sale will be held at by Postmasters separate sheet
n me Is herrtfealtti. '
V : \11 d., by-' 'the L.nd. Office at Tallahassee, in the 1'erritoi mail, at the J'/i1c of and addret ed to the and others out of the City, procuring five II to each number.We .

V tutc th plovIsIJh.-: 'ii aitt Ordinance, CUilti)he- ) of Flondaon the 'it'coudIonda)' in Editor oft/ie *4inerican Furnter Baltimore,*' subscribers and becoming responsible for; hope alhsucti as are favorably dif

; e\\ i-ded u' tfirt <;*> d March 1828. I December 'next, for the disposal of'tbi -and whether the money be received or the payment will be entitled to a sixth copy posed to the work will assist us in contributing

MT. 2. JJ further Otdauied That I f lands htiein designated, to wit. not, the I paper will be forwarded imme gratis, to its pages, and also in procuring
,
.u. h tli Hit..second MLtu: 'u a- on Tounships No 1 and 2, of range Kit. C I. diately, and the actual receipt of each The Copper-Plate: embellishments will I subscribers for it. We request all who

* the luitqiuUe oi Uobierno Street requires t be Township*" No. 1, 2, 4, 5, number of the volume will be guarantied superintended by the Publisher, and I are disposed to contribute, to forward to
the Kditor.
kttifrit ten inches wide, and 6, and fractional by I the typographical part of the work will I u?their communications as early as pos:
repealed.
A i itl the hume be Cot 1stnaclrdevt"n feet townships No. 7 & 8, of Range No. 7 The American Farmer is published !! 'be uuder the exclusive direction IsMessrs. ,iblr. Those who have made experiments

.d\.. AndlH-reafteritany: pet son intends Townships No. 1, 4, 5, 6, 'weekly, by J. S. skinner" Postmaster of, Atkinson and Alexander: who with Grape Vines Olives! SilkWorms ,

to construct M Bknquette upon of tie 7, and fractional townships Ualtimore, printed on fine paper the size !I have h been &o long known to the public a Sable ', or any other articles new' to our

streets ol this City: not provided any form an No 8 and 9, of Range No. 8. ordinary newspapers, folded so as to I and enterprising artisans, that it is. Stales, or can give any information relative -

V former Ordinance; hah be ihe duty of) Township No. 1, and make 8 ages ; about one ball, or four: I entirely unneressary to say that so far as to tbem we particularly solicit to

ftucl pel son to inform the Majir thereof, fractional townshipsNo. pages, devoted to practical Agriculture ; they are concerned there can be no communicate what. : they may know oft

:nd construe' the Name 9, 10, and 11, the remainder to Internal Improvements, doubt as to the elegance ofits execution the subject..
seven feet wide, ornal'tge No.9. Rural and Domestic _....1 .hOL ,
nnd in. all other respects as are itquiied Township No. 1 and 2, Kconomy, selections j f .tN WIIU fp.garu to ins own snare ot th! TERMS -This work win be printedon

Ly the proviinnn oi the Ordinance paused and fractional I townships for housekeepers and female readers arrangementsthe Publisher binds himself; "to\)(} paper and in the octavo size;

:' 25tu Augiibt; 1827Passed .NO. 11. and 12., of Range No. 10. and Natural History and Rural Spons. I in i case he should fail to perform any essential at g5 per.annual, payable on the deliveryof

: All situate South A minute index and title page to the part of his the first number if paid
Oct. 3M, of the base<< line, and undertaking, to refund -g6, two
J827.
k East of the meridian. whole volume i> published, and! forward. the price subscription. months after. The first number will be

J're.ici JENJ Beard D. WRIGHT The Townships are to be offered in the ed with the last number of each: volume. Agents will shortly be appointed V in issued on the,first-of January.next, and or\

;V J. ,:*ii. DHAKfApptoted : of eIllJn men. order above designated beginning with A single number will. be sent to any one different parts of the United States until ,the'first of efry; montJi succeeding in

IktNotember' &crezary.Vi the I lowest number of Section in each. _who may desire to see a specimen.of the which time.subscripiions will be received numbers of fruro 33 to'44 pages a ceorn'

John 1827.: Lands reserved by law, for the use of publication." by :PRICED Jr.;No. '6G Lombard paniect with engraving* when: necessary*
Jt'l"l'ison hchjols,, 'oa11 Kditorsjwho will give the above Street, .
or for other purposes, ;rv to be Philadelphia, to whom all order John D. Legnret.
excluded-from sale. one or two.insertion*, we shall_ feel much, will addressed\ frost paid.-And
Mayor. aim. V
Given under my hand, at the City of Washing: indebted and will gladly reciprocate their by JUDAH.DOfiSON,108 CQc5nuf: &ttwet. Charleston, August, ISSf.MW .. .
-
\aglstJ\\\es' l\\1)llkS ton, this twenty-cigntli day of JMay A.D. 182.-. kindness. at the Office of the. SATURDAY E !E- ac-$ 1J.ti. / received at t'e'Gazdtt

John QUJIICJ Adams. P. S. The American }Farmer circulated NING POST No mdhesnpt street, two : Office _

Of various kim's,-fur :bale at By the President. i through everY State: and Territory and is doors below'the Post Office. 'V -. -.

I this Office. 16-25t. GBO. GRAHAM, I written for by many of the most distinguished Subscribers are requested-not to pay : !'*r1t ,; ;:

; < i piactical fanners in the Union. am, monies unless Executed
'OtnmiJloner with
oj the General Laatt Office. I 1,. ttuell Hunt 4cnl, Pertl4tollfl accompanied thr I neatness ande'pat,
receipt of the PuWiahcr or the Ajjent, I at this Ofcc.1T .

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