Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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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: December 7, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
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notis - AKP3155
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System ID: UF00086631:00171
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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SLF lzJinmVII: I'KMPKIKTOK JVoyns Barber Elisha Phelps ARKANSASHv W. ,Conway sWAmp, fool for ,1Jig-atofl ;h.liUiuippf anti the ret lit gravity bad never but- oiro been
puMiilttroflhc Lout cf tnc United Stales CIII G they run away. to disturbed in the
5 Ralph J. Ingersoll''David Plant AN-Austin E. Wing now the Administeration save their bakin. And pulpit.? On tbat oc._
fLORIDA-Joscyh M. men there casionwliils in
White say engaged his discourse
NEW-YORK: were Other:
Half 3. New men with the ,
year .
.knberg.-* Gineral but he
; It noticed-
Quarter year 1 50 Daniel D., Barnard Jiernberaofa previous. A first no such a thiingfor man, directly in front of
COlJgrrss wc all
was he-
bu< not of the hind him
in advance. last., the cotton hair, leaning over the
Subscription payable Henry C. Martindalo = And A" snug as a miUl"D. railing of the
AUYERTISISG.! Every advertisement '-- ---- they only say so to gull the prPpl Jalltryvith: something in his hand S
Geofne O. Belden. Dnr1tp MarviiiRudoJpli ..... .... POLIl leAL.i and di&h"act the u.e.lt which
of the width ofone column and measuring --- --' J Orle&Ths. of the Hero of New he soon discovered to be a hugequid
not more than twelve lines of this type,fint Bonner John Magee from- 0 --=- i: of tobacco
the Port And just
insertion one dollar, each weekly continuance C. C. Cambreleng *John Maynard Gibtw, (MUs.. ) Cvrrts- my consiitumen I would recora- i mouth. from his

fifty cents; longer and wider ones at Samuel Chase pondenl. 0' m e"r to )our Perusal a. book wrote by one Directly below sat a man, -
J. MR.
Oakley Rno\V'8- ADDRESS. Duuy, (\\ho is who was i in tho
Rule figure work comingover constant habit
rate. to this of
V the John C.
double price for the first insertion. Advertisements S. Van Pteiiss,:laer I'o the Publii country to help Gineral Jackson) in which sleeping at meeting, with his head
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will be tastefully displayed, I .John$.T D...... DickinsonlIenryOR... .. Storrs I As I am a canderdate for any vacuity I eral's that mind gu-at is fvlosofcp! says that the Gin. leaned backand his mouth wide

t according to the nature othem, and will "Jonas Eari, jr. James Strong I within the gift of the sweet people I am unwilling -.graduated,' or"full|| of actio..," .for he h.is -The man in the gallery intently open.
: matter of this size and cannot refuse measure! it all over-and was -S.
be measured by type. Daniel G. to tell them ;,
Garnsey John G. Stower unit it was a
When inserted at intervals, (that is, not inserted : I know will promote ny re-election I well very great undertaken And it is raising and lowering his
Nathaniel Garrow John W. Taylor if any other is ; and to tell ju that when he was hand, and taking an .
from writing
every week, the first to the apology needed it can be i that book! exact observa
last insertion) each insertion will be charged John T. De Graff I shaped afterthis here fcthion that my con- ;,I" nnnjj, he had on a the friend tf(' r.tllttion of the human tion, till, at length,bavins;got it right,
adw'rtisemcnt.-Amounts Gulian C. stitrflnen have a right en-aged to cry out at he let full ,
to the
for no
as a new Verplank my settlements I a certain time. "Ambrisler." i' quid of tobacco, and it S
advertising payable always on demnnd. John Hallock, jr. Aaron Ward Jackson.on polly ticks, the Panorama, and Gineral I I know was Giiwal Jackson's which you : fell, plump into the mouth of tho
Now watch-word
Liberal contracts will be made with you 1:110;;: in
UjT: S'elah though it i is no the.army, and
those who wish to advertise by the year. H. Hobbe John,J. Wood haiia to repeat it, that John Quincy, Adams I I of the Gmeral then he just wrote a defence I sleeper below; the whole scene was

Jjp: Communications directed to W.Hasrll Martin Hoffman Silas Wood is Preserdcntof United Sta.ts "the most ,85 clear ?, retorick; and that h shows two things so indescribably ludicrous, that for the $2
Hunt, Post :Master, Pcnsacola, will. Jeromus Johnson J David Woodcock 'I doubt uxa ted the stationon wish the 'anh-and it is no I i man and belongs to our he too is a great |! first and the; last time in the pulpit) ; ,
or party.
be duly! attended to.Twentieth. Richard Keese ilimsojf rtnd |his fjpi'ids, But the Adams an involnntary smile forced itself
.SilasV right, jr. that he be men start another up
_--_ ---___-_ _-_--_- -_ _._- I pernutinl to pcifurm its dti'.Vs to Gineral Jilc1 the
Henry Maikell on
0 fOnt Vnrnnr.ii. } for second sun. aid countenance of the
\ ___nEV.JERSEY6. _.,_/ a ti.rm ; ()Ut tlies| e are iraiiedii- 'l.uttercd| say he has prea llCr.
Congress. '\ ments and siumbiig! h"x! ,? tllo wnvor,his |I (;I't'ca, becauso'iiieralVashinton and Gineral I The unexpected intrusion of so unpalatable -
re-election And for .._ .., to get. Jiinnclf Gut of the I
Lewis Condict Samuel Swan lufurmation of the I .tr".. :|W WI'/1 u oL tile, .'Sx M a mouthful awoke the
: : militia
American People, I wiH flen, h(? I
<:apitulall.! ; them to charged them with sleeper, and he was never known--t
ifi. -< -'W/is/ ?! ? ? George Holcombe Hrdge Thomson you. murder--whci: the truth
*Isaac Pierson It.is admitted I. ( in'rat Jackson has a different edition indulge in that practice afterwards. 5
: ElJenl'zcr'ruckerDELA"ARE1. that Jici| \)9oosvs f or thc histrv .. ,,
of the furst t"nTS of Ia. nrt...,._, ?..,, ?., >!l --- --- L -
ordr ; that I IB i* a civilvtm and like that read by the Adams men and other MISCELLANY.
0" a staitsman; that he will udci _
Hands the people for diicsnt -
ne ----
Kensey Johns read<< thorn Yanl.cp! ..
PENNSYLVANIA theory of our govurnmiiV\ ; its pollycy, and books; which are all f.ill ofn tio:1S. And from the XationalJournaf.We .- 1

i L.interests.. ,. at.home and.. utroud' ; fhat he haswiig another. thing t I. ivckin he outfit to know this ttoy J lay before readers
William our
Addams Charles Miner : ueen in public
suvis and! has the best, tor lie lour in 'MV.O "
most valuble wais. a list of the members of the Twentieth .
Samuel Anderson John 1\Iitchell from expeiiment. And now the .\dmiuistt'l'itli"l1 is glad he- .

Thomas Barlow Samuel M'Kcan these But gentlemen, constitumen, tho' ease Mr. liucliHtian does nat !!o up to the Congress, complete, with the excep.. ...
ere kolifv cdtions itiy do for a hub for the Ginrnii tion of such have
James Buchanan fjioo- -but II.MI! ha was only as yet to be chosento
FIRST SESSION. Richard Robert Orrjr. Mr.fcr, and Adams a staitsman, thej arc nol the things quizzing, which is his habit ; for I have fill the vacancies caused by the resignations .. Y
Coulter William and hhs fteuJs
crack them spin book
LIST OF MEMBERS Ramsay up a wrote by this same Georg-e of .\1r. FOKSYTH of Georgia
to.be ; foi in the flatulinl
Chauncey Forward |John Sergeant"Joseph language of John Buchanan on jokes and I fun. But then: "fr.
Of tie Senate and House of Representatives Freyjr. J.-s.! S. Stephenson 11L oarinoak, with all then he may be hlo"u... Isaacs and Mr. Eaton have strccht the i' and Mr. EVANS, of New-York, _

of the United States. *Innes Green John B. and"sky collision hign. And we offhc cumbernation blanket a little to help the Ginejal in aLiflChIthe and by the deaths of Mr. WILSON of

Sterigerc party haveletermiucd: to put one of them do 's seem to hesitate Ohio, and Dr YOUNG: Kentucky.
Samuel D. Ingham Andrew Stewart down the Admi..steratien tho it be -
as our and stagger: between the cU\lclJl1ne i The occasion bi to inform 4-
SENATE. George Kremer Joel B. Sutherland Mr Johnston said "45 pare as the A) gils.' that he is: gxmi? too far, and his wish to jro may proper
And now, over foment! our other further our readers, that we {have made
*Adam King Espy Van Homo objec -but then a friend in need is a
MAINE. I tions to Mr. Adams, he voted to let the fiiend indeed ; and Mr. Eaton ought to arrangements to give our usually

John Chandler" 'Albion K. Paris Joseph Lawrence James Wilson Frenchman and Spanyards living ;in LOui- know a good deal more than nny body elp, prompt reports: of the debates of the

Daniel II. Miller GeorgeV iana, when Mr. .Jefi r1il1 bought that are for he \rate the Geografv of Giueral Jackson's ensuing session ; and that we shall
have the liberty of sperrhification: life.AjU .
Levi MARYLAND. -9. and have a in the i nlso bo prepared to report with more
'samuc1I'J! WoodburyMASSACHUSETTS. say doings of our o-.vn now need I add to ron tiuinen.*
John Barnf_ >v Michiel C. Spri.g"-:- gnvernment-and this stows how fur he that I sltant elect for Mr. Adam, but BIPUto than our usual fullness, the proceedings -

Nathaniel SiNUce 'Daniel 1 WebsterCONNECTICUT. Clement Dorsey Peter Little wanted to carry the liheity of speachforthem go the Hog round for Oh! Ilick'-y .' It is of the Senite. Believing that

George C. Washington frenchmen will jabber forever, and enufi'to say to Mr. Adams he c..ntjet the the discussions in tint' branc; of National -

*Levin Gale John C. Weeras say all manner of things oi us, and we Americans voat of this Stait ; and if he u-Iies upon: the Legislature will be looked\ for
Samuel A. Foot CMvin Willey uouldnt do \\"lut they said, and intelligence of the People, he will have bur
RHODE-ISLAND. John Leeds KerrEphraim K. Wilson! if we did, we couldnt ltll/ler"H! them, l h- a small; : luajoiify, and COt1)t' OUt -it the little: with great anxiety by the people, wo -

I VIRGINIA22.Robert caus they talk so fast. And I have no end (.f tnc hum. \11.-1 iriid and fellerservant. ) have been induced! to increase.our.

Nehemiah Knight, Asher Robbins I Allen Nail, II Claiborne doubt Mr. Adams was glad when Mi. Jtfferon :l\"M. S. V \fltOi.I means, for the purpose of making: our

VERMONT.D'Jfllcy purchased that Stait ; when lie kiiewonVJJtSW11 M. On the !suhjictof: the \Vo. !iu Bill- well
Thom.i rppnrts.ample as early. They
Mark Alexander & DnviMuuiriWriHicim
Olinac IJomrfro Sc..mou1 11 iu'one man to I am its If the-
b. Archer John I'l,'j.l tho Rf ...- VHSC own upposed to pa.ige. (.line- who have been observant of
1 1Vm. political
NEWYORK.jMartin \ Armstrong Isaac Lcfllor: had a Lottary to i.elp;--iiun :out' of -the 5YA;ftPiffeV'Yilrt,F'lrtii.'n..\.tawnVMHilur! \ \ h'rtr( c-iuia, dre nwmc mm, **te.. .." "..

Van Biircn :Nnthan Sanford John S. Barbour Lewis MaxwelltPhilipP. scraipe. buy British goods\\e can make a* hind- qinated the practice of giving the reports S

NEW-JERSEY And then Mr. Adams in 170S voatcd for sum cloth as;; Wt need-aurl it is wrong to of the proceedings in Congress,
I Barbour Burwell Bassett the unabargo to keep our vesils from being !II tax the people. whoa it ought to.be paid
Mahlon BatemanPENNSYLVANIA. : tho
DirkiTsonF.phrnim Charles F. Mercer Jolin Randolph captivated by the Brittish pyrites and out of the public money. parijtassu, publishing every
I entire subsnnce of the debates of the
French dancing masturs ; and when they Sa.-_ -*-J,tt> < _
Alexander John Roane
., t William: M-uks *Isaac D. BarnardDELAWARE. William. Smyth I pressed our salors to go home in thcir'ves- POKT1C'L.From I diy: preceding. Such an attempt hasr -

Rives Andrew Stevenson sels, he upposed it, and said that wasnt -, ... cost us a great expenditure of money
Thomas Newton John Taliaferro I to free trade and salor's "
Louis M'Lane Henry M. RidgeleyMARYLAND. and physical labor ; and it h.ishad to
James Trezvant Wm. N'CoyNORTHCAROLINA13. And moreover he wouliint agree to lot
, the Cod fish cum up the Mississippi for encounter a still greater difficulty, in

Samuel Smith Ezrkiel Chambers fear our Alligators would cotch um ; when the dissa1isf.t( tiou of particular members

.. VIRGINIA. Willis Alston Gabriel Holmes if he had any gumpticn, he might have who having prepared speeches,

Littlrton W. Taztvt'lJJohn Tyler Daniel L Bnrringer John Long knowd they would ruthcr have one houn not to convince the House, l hu.: to exhibit 4'
than all the codfish he and this
dog owns ;
NORThCAROLINA.J H Bryan Lemuel Sawyer themselves to their constituents,
is, as our Member to Kongrcss just'y observed -
John Branch Nath.tlliell\lacQn Samuel P. Carson *Aug. H Shepherd taking the biead from the mouths of can never be brought to acquiesce ina

SOUTHCAROLINA.William Hi-nry W. Conner *Daniel Turner the industrious peeple of South to pampuf the Atlantic Souvenirfor 1328. system which nsusi, of necessity,

f.Joliii Culpepper Lewis Williams the nay bods of the N'irth. And Mr. Adams their redundancies of-
Smith prune way
Robert Y. Ilayne Thomas Hall got himself elected Preserdent by the Constertutioiiwliich TO .MELANTHE.Is and! discard much of their ______
it crowd thought
lo see a ,
GEORGIA. is in coutrarincss to law _______
John M'Pherson Beuien SO UTIICAROLINA9.John and the will of the Peeple. And then he Gazing on thee, triteness and repetition, by the ...a of ,. _

t Thomas W. Cohb Carter "" *\Villiam D. Martin i invited Mr. Clay and Mr. Sectary to live Or like gilded insect, proud which a certain number columns

KENTUCKY.' *Warren R. Davis George 1\1'Dufllc I \\ilh him and court some of the Treasury In flattery. sun thee 1 _; may be so easily manufictured. But
Is there not a tinny,
gals, when they have both wives of their
got :
Richard M. Johnson John Rowan Thomas H Mitchell Starling Tucker own, and this is an aboniernation. And Than when a fop, with! paiated wing, : WE' have reason to congratulate ourselves -

, TENNESSEE. William Dravton James Hamilton : then what was the use of sending our Ministers Too poor to bless, too weak to sting, : on the support which public

John II. Eaton Hugh L. White William T./NuckoiTh: i >> to Panorama and TomUuctoo to Dreams he has won thee ? opinion has given tQ our efforts i W1\

01110. GEORGIA-7.. preach to the South Americans, when we which has: convinced l us that the pco _
hant got enufi'to invert our own pccplc and Is it a bliss to think thy charms. with
William .1 ohn Floyd :\ -v ilson Lumpkin pie are much better pleased
II. Harrison the Indians at hand. And besides, to speak Are lauded ever ; ______
flflJaniit it 1I. g1p. Tomlinsuti Fort \Viley Thomson in figures, he wants to put Ajnx on top of That all would rush into thy arms, full and fair a statement of the arguments -

LOUISIANA.( Charles E. Haynes ( Vacancy in room I Hercules, or in boraespun language of the And leave thee never ? used in debate, pro and con, as _

Dominique George E. Gilmer of J. Pursyth day, he wants the peeple to be imposed up- O! is it not a sweeter thought, can be given ai the next day's pappr,

Bouhgny elected Governor. on by taxes, so as to pay them $9,000 a That only one thy love has sought, than with labored and isolated speech .
Josiah S. Johnson ) year for the salary and other vegetables And in his soul, thut lore is wroughtSo which have lost their :
INDIANA. KENTUCKY12.Richard they eat ; when I do say that sour crout deep it cannot sever 1 cs, on subjects .
William Hrndricks A. Buckner Thomas Metcalf wouldnt cost half so much' and it is plenty interest, because they have been long
James Noble
MISSISSIPPI. J(mes Clarke Robert JVI'Hatton good entilTfor poor peeple. Is it bliss to hear thy praise decided, published, one after another

Thomas I -Henry Daniel Thomas P. Moore And to put the cap: on the klymax, Mr. By all repealed ; through a whole summer, to the exclusion -
Williams Adamsjust lets DHU"Green and all our col- To dream a rundofsunny days, of matters interesting fromtheir

Powhattau Ellis ,I Joseph. Lecdnipte.. Charles- .. -. WickliffKobert lition presses abuse him to his face with9ut Then find thee<< chealed ? replete with miscellaneous 4
ILLINOIS. 1'. L-etcner Jorl lanceyChittenden noticing them,just because he feels himself O happier the hidden flower, freshness

:Elias K. K. Lyon (One vacancy.) above them. 1 was a poor man once myself Within a far secluded bower, instruction and amusement.
MIC Jesse B. Thomas but for all that I hant got above ray Whither some mind of gentle power We shall therefore continue to fur

A LA .Al\IA. TENNESSEE-9.- bisness, tho I do meddle in pollyticks, and Has long retreated.Is nish daily reports to our readers, relying _

Henry Chambers William R. King John Bell Pryor Lee read the Tellygraff.But a continuation of that patron- -

1\118S0 JEt!. John Blair John H. Marable here's tho how and the upshot of our it not bliss to hear thy name on have been favoredin
with which we
David Barton *David Crockett James C. Mitchell oppersition ; we wanted Gineral Jacksonto From lips so holy:" age
Thomas H. Benton efforts introduce
out the and arduous to
Polf"Jacob be our Preserdent, so as to clean O better than the transient flame, our early
Robert Desha James K. Agrarian Stables Washington City because That circles folly.If this system.

House of Hepre el1tatiyes. C. Isacks. he's got niggeis euutT to do it, and thou art lovely, thou wilt find, -

Adams hamt. Pure worship from so a mind,
OHIO-14. pure How to have a good memory.-
MAINE7.. But then whv couldnt he been contented And love that will not: leave behind,
John Anderson -James W. Ripley Mordccai Bartley John Sloane with his offiso'f President of the Yankee One taint .melancholy. seme one who-was complaining of his

*Samuel l Butman Peleg Sprague Philemon Beecher Wm, Stanbery Staits and Louisiana and let the Gineral be J. G. PERCI A.L.A ._ memory, Dr. Johnson said, "Pray.sir .

Rufus j jWm.: Creighton.jr. Joseph V-mco our President? This shows as clear as do you ever forget what money
11'lntireJoseph Wiugate moonshine that he is greedy of power, and
Jeremiah O'Brien *John Davenport. Samuel T. Vinton wants to make us submit to the Constertu- .' \'3XG.. ,you have in your pocket 1 or, who

James Findlay Elisha Wh ttlesey gave you the last kick on the shins ?
NEW-HAMPSHIRE ivtacfiiisells
William MU-ean John Woods ion.And who is Gineral Jackson ? Need I From Hit Spy. Now if you pay the same attention
David cured Some time
Barker,jr. Joseph Hoaly answer this question to my constitumen ? The Sleeper what read do to your .
William Russell l John C. WrightLOUISIANA to you as.you
Ic-habod Bartlett Jonathan Harvey not at all. Look in the Uistry of the Rev- since a writer the.Lowell :Journal, and bodily

Titus Brown Thomas \Vhipplcjr.VERl10NT5. -3. I erlution writ and decide4 by |he Justis of after adverting to the new inventedcure temporal concerns, your it as _
would $f'6.
Staits. Hi pl mliferou. actions tWinge, you
William L. Brent Edward Livingston ; the United intemperance cap/eased a desire *'
shine like Mary Dian's sutton a can. discover deeply ou your memory
Hcman Allen Rollin C. Mallary Henry 11., Gurley i dle. He wfiipt the Britis all through the that some one would next lu a London Police report we find S

Daniel A. A.Buck E Wales INDIANA.-3. Reverlution, when he was oly nine years a remedy.. for sleeping in meeting. been
.. Jonathan Hunt George Thomas H. Blake Oliver II. Smith old-and he licked the Indians just as This. .would certainly be a des dera- that some young. men having the
for misconduct con-
: heard of brought up
MASSACHUSETTS Jonathan Jennings easy."And Jackson torn, and we have nothing smoked and
'twas on G5ner to it than the stable said 'they cigars,
Samuel C. Allen 4Benjamiti Go'rham MISSISSIPPI-1. "The British t ro'd their backs on approaching ,nearer boasted of their rank and dignity,' oa
John Baily William Haile. 'At the'battle of NewOrleans ;" method, detailed in the following
Hodges which Mr Halls (the Magistrate) remarkedCigars -
thC cotton bales ,
who .behind
and .
'Isaac we were story
C. Bates John Locke ILLINO1S1.JosephDuncan. of the material -
looked are part _
on in
how he did it. We just clergyman -
B. saw S A feY since, an aged
Crowui shield John Reed << to them ism.n
amaisment ; and he marched up of thii country of puppy .
John Davis 'Joseph Richardson ALABAMA. r. : irilh a bale of cotton in one pocket and a. in thewestern part The Taunton Mass. Reporter,
Henry 'v. Dwighi John Varnum Gabriel P Moore John M'Kee hog-lit of huffar in 'totherr .and said he ,speaking' of,the solemnity ,
; that in a neignboring
said that states a woma.n
Edward ;, would mash them to flHttri if they didnt to ihe ministerial office, ,
Everett 4
George W.. -O wen just maketlieibselvelcc: S j and. he did during*the"whole term of forty or fifty town, o1D Cted'wit6 the toothache
RHODE-ISLAND -!. Mtssou1tIi.EdxnUnd ., 'and hi* staff; or Oil Tansey
smash Gineral Paekinham that he'had o&ciated therein, had recourse to the of ,

instram Bulges .Duteo. Pearce '. -. Bates -1(biff walking cane ''h'had'to help him thro years

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Brackeoridgc. The fact is, dInt sosa of pare tie fsehootIipt .of1tertAld1..t

from pedlar. Although )- lul'gc.lclll colored a low, overhanging ,: shrunk from society like a wound j "thc people( Escambia, are vtryf mucrjJ they:com* before the public, sanctioucd b;
an I
procured I alone endures but the Ad- the rttame who
conical piece'blher cd beast of prey, who i dissatisfied with their .fudge, ufone| Has ioimerjy. bccna'j
bat one or l\vo drops were applied l forehead, n cursed tho vocnte must either. have supposed it or g this i intimate friend, and whom," we have alwaj
to the tooth, the cftrct wa$ fatal undcrlip) lapping over the upper his throbbing pail.and .1 moralized I information from some Source other befriended, and are,conscious we never in.

-iho woman f uniting' but short I one, the comers of the month drawn h heartless world, bitterly of .tbosc Ibad f L'JII "a late Pensacola paper," WP have jured, it it doubly-jainrut. But wo bavre

time. -".. I' downward; long ears,standing apart over the selfishness always believed that Judge Uraciienridge.Jell been so often nctuscd of 'misrepresenta
: the firest.nd noblest snfe to return, tion," "He*," "pm-lauimity," &c. fcc.
figure it ws hot
t? rTbm The "To/eM."u %>* }' kr'l cjfcring, from the head, alargejowl, and a h thought convinced iu
still writhing that no good could re- to the above subject, that
I thought our
am and have
of creation. duly
.. lJ LondonCanttiilos
flkkjllo frr \, JI.U
mu4V'. press. that in despite of the part
from our expressing the dissatisfaction to oursell aud to the public drmands, that
and its mHuenr.cs t.ul.
TO TIlE SENTIMENTAL. resembled a pipe of bran with disappointment, we heaid on trie subject ; although we we should not submit in silence. We have

..\\ I si is fnr ndil.ip tut a name." dy. There uis a mark of monstrous audress this letter, partly to thought him rather too credulous of report m.ide our remarks us mildly as the article

:1 tell not n y tnle to a cold und vulgarity about the pairthat with.now give vent to my gllshiug Mings, and which we knew to be false, iu opposition to which calls them forth will permit ; *:

obtain tho sympathy of those those m-re COrl cct. have omitted tq apply to seine parts of it
: to
: seemed "to partly
orji'lpssvoilil. I waste.not sighs upon and then an exception, he epithets
the .e-- they may appeato sonjftt
oil is lint are eif.! A story of mis.iliMi contrast strangely with ail around who Inve sympathy! to bestow on Under the lied Justice we find that dC' erve, on account of our feelings to the

:1'.1 U i n pearl too precious to bet I Ii:: 111. .forlorn. .. RIDDLE.t he Editor of the Florida Advocate has favored I Editor of the Advocate ;-*e trust that the

:.t bdorc those who would only At the first appearanceof thrtstranero I'. S. I WITH Vii the world against the Public with a long article, whichwe event will show that from som cause or

in.the into this for the of olhcr, hi? pnperwas,ot the 1imeof thepublicatiou !
in. If, it. It is for the tend( cnntIC', ilmro wus a look ofgt'iicr.il plficin? confidence copy paper -
nij upon of Ibis article conducted
fellow whom I ftivmg'our Patrons a full view of the subject by another
[ those whom and then a smite, t.o'thoroii3 ;
*:ul synipitlhctic Wlr o surpiJse, for it. !
in 7md replying to those parts which we repeat we cannot believe that it
oxperiancH ,has tnnjjhl to rtntlnrst the I and hero; and there an audiblo'tiltcr.! once called my friend. His i name appeal to demand notice. originated with Mr. Davenport.

bliss of friendship induced without J But soon it was all hushed, and 1lr.I this narrative is Ilum, but he is bet- As regards abuse and invective" we T.- r

suspicion or alloy, with the bitterness I and Mrs. }'udgesecmed to be honor ter known by the title, C.i1sH. 1"ave it to the Public judge, which of the C.JijiulVlC.'l7.'jo \-:

of disappointed fiust and betrayed af! ed with particular and respectful at- '- _SI __- -- -- : Presses of the Territory, has indulged in -- Far the Pensacalu *
these of weak tuiuds. If, inI GaiielteT
fection.I I tention. "How is this T' said I to IP.m &t U CVJ A. speaking arguments of our paragraph scribblers" I I The question of a I-UTURE-LIFS I is a subJect

had the misfortune to lo>o bout lady Fbmbeau. "0 11,** said she, -- tiic writer meant 10 insinuate that our paragraphs -i which, since the remotest ages, has

my parents at tin eaily ago3My: mother :(i "don't ) uu know he is H great favor- are written by arty other person been Historians treated by Poets, by Philosophers,.
Romancers in fact
than the avowed Editor we should by all description
mid IMumi" say -
} died when I was a bov, my ; Ito with your friend uf writers and
I that Jr. Davenport knows that suCh an ; though much has
c father followed her soon alter I cn- I'I Ii In short I had not spent six insinuation would amount to a falsehood ; been said, much will be said again, on a

11 ell twenty-fust year. I wus months in England, before I discuve- but we cannot believe that such was his V subject so importaat for our after-life, so

an only child, and) without relatives ; I!' red that extraordinary: guardian meaning, and only notice it. because some interesting during tins, our mortal-life, that

)but father commuted) mo to the my than tin might suppose that the expression would .every idea relating to it, every mode ofconveying
my i i had; scarcely l less influence bear, such a construction. that idea, should eagerly be enquired .

ire: of a friend by the nmucof Plum, prime minister. Indeed lie did that The observation that our remarks were after. The fictitious f.gurci employed

.of whom lie had a high opinion, and which the King himself could not have "intended, if not calculated to withhold the by poets may be more pleasing!

to whom he was fondly attached."Whpihcrrny .-. i performed. The world uwM/f/laugli at Justice of the Cftll"" ; is a very illiberal one, the fancymay inflame mgherdegret",
;I one which we know to be false and one than be convincing to reason. The senli
choice ofa I Ii
father's guardian Sir William Curtis though (ieofjrc of
i which we never can believe originated with ty some philosophers! still more so the

for one whose imagination was J i the Fourth was his companion and I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7th, 1827.JTtrit Mr. Davenport. That our political opponents harshness of many anti-p11'I o ophers, puss

stronger than his judgement, and 1 friend. But who'!' could I despise a fa- I should stocp to misrepresentations to bly in great many case by over shootiri"tfite

whose passions were mure active! j vorite ofllum His friendship was Sans Peur. defame us, mid should attribute to us intentions object, have created disbelief where
is which never entered our mind, would I doubts only were hovering. Historians! in
than wise not ,
his or
principles, was only !inferior to a patent of nobility I retracing the opinion of those
i and would
ToHOrOiALS lu.ilOlt \ tOY '. not surprise us, cause, comparatively capncioti
a-quostion which I have to decide by It covered -fruits and magnified vir- but little uiseaincss. But that a men who had lived b'cfote them, may have

the issue of my story. tues. It even became superi to.the i. E) will bereceived at this peixuu who had never before Keen misled I rendered greater services ; fur it u only
strict control of I JL Office, until; the SlstUay of December and who! from the check opinions that truth
The and
stern my force of nature. I once saw a vory i by party feelings to illj me us ; arise .
I i luSt inclusive. fo" Contract to
fv.licf withdrawn than a carryHie has heretofore been on terms of the most t Romancers, in addressing themselves rather
was no sooner ugly young woman dancing most vile I Mail between intimate friendship with us, should! so far to the heart than to the reason of their

1 f''lt like a liberated bird. I iiI(1U1g- ly. "She, j is an angel," said one.u3he .- t Pen>iicola l( & Blakcly Ala. forget himself as to give circulation to an I readers, were enabled so to make very

.d l my fancy m thing. I bounhtgny said intentions deep impressions into the domain
every ; dances like a f.iiry, ;ano- accusation against us of base of passions -
iiorsoe,rovo tfusiilug eVG7snioltf tljer. ".IIC is the ;) -friend I the Mail 1. he cJ.rric.onceaw.ek.allow- wJinrh he knows we are incnpnblc of entertaining and, by u inf that influence have

>d, drank, fhurisherl: at Nalrmt and of Plum sakl third. I ing' the Carriers tojroand return in llirc. is at once furpiising and painful. powerfully contributed to happiness in this

::3:1rntoga a gold ch:lin about: r.iy a I cl.iys. The times arrival and departure As .to the facts of the case, as stated by life; if they have shown the consequence
p-.it lien England: and went to France., to be fixed hy the rvlersijjned. the Editor of the Advocate on his own "Ed of a rational belief by which virtue is Tendered -

neck, with a useless quisling glass; : In Paris, my jjnahli-in; seemed less at t I I'crsons making Proposals are rerj'iire]l lo I itorial and personal responsibility", they amiable, its practice honorable, even

: attached to it and thrust into my pocket home. LJut )h re'was by to: rue.ins state their :price by the yeir ; an.-l to do not prove any misrepresentation on ourpart in doubts, and quite beneficial in the event

criticised the Jadi( s' andes, talked; I j lupuiion ,'h tatr: tJey wish to carry the ; ; they only pruve that the Governor of a subsequent state. Madame UK ST! ',.
lie could!
]lightly of feirnlo; virtue, and impudently persuade i Mail: in a Carriage )r on hors:b-ick ; i if' I in I and i\Jr. Thruston did not pursue the course has handled that subject in many of her

'R led I mot.I a Frenchman to JI) any thing, I a CJ I'!5ajje it wil1 Uc necessary to mention I they said that they intended, with regard I writings with those superior powers whicb,

o every wnnnn but jump into the Sv'inc. I the size, or how nimy pase.ijjers can beconrenienily : to the account for publishing the laws of by themselves, are a mighty argument to

was perhaps less to bo burned for I'i I convtyvd iu-it. I the last Session of the Legislative Council. prove what she saJ5-ln her --clphina, a
these follies, as I followed the fashions I set out Italy. crossing- I The contrartvi'4 be in respect t \\'e assert on our own Editorial and per work of imagination and passion, she ha
t tho Alpsvas I ; attacked by bandiui.: every : (1(11 that when treated it exclttiivsty fur the heart And
) responsibility we appliedlast ,
of young i'wnof my condition, subject to the rules and regulations under :f pro-
I fought valiantly, but ILL \u. 1 I I which MM! Coiili-ycts: winter to the Governor for information, bably no reader will regret the time that
;iud was rather abetted than restrained are 1It'Idly: made :
aullJl'llL as to the mode in which the contract for shall elapse, while he muses over the following
wountied ; -
overpowered : No -
tI'Jhn At was I proposals \\ i1 be considered which .
in i iI
course by mv CU fragment ofthat book.
my printing-the laws would be made, he repliedthat
down A swarthy villain with bhifk I are not received at tins uiaze previous to i.
longlh I fell in )love, and tuy taste bernsna he must have the work done under his TRANSLATED FOR THE GAZETTE.PARIS .
foot tie: i2iu! iivsi on vhicti d will befxii
matrimoni, ; I worshipped} mustachio; !planted his heavy on warded to tae }'ost Master t4) they.General : owu inspection, and should therefore give July 1792.

and ; ny breastind!, with his bra.wny arm ; the contrat to Mr Thruston, at the pI icc DER LEONCEhive not been satiified
girl of sixteen, promised to and Hie contract into ation
IS 0 o
pretty OUt
held his finger on the trigger of .1 pis- I { which had formerly been paid We assert with 3 ou yesterday ; before that m.otnent I
time and reflection '>oi the decision of
her but ; as the lost Master
marry ; that GO.V. in told Mr. was not aware of nidi/Terence/
Duyal our presence your rwj -
altered niv 1-. Mv iioddess be.camo wi piesentod l l0 my forehead. 1! icr.cral on the 1)rPu4ls cta be ascertailed. Thruston to prepare for printing the laws, I j ligious i ideas and I venture to express a
slightest contraction of .I ;mucle htl; ;1 !; !! blame it.
about Your
an insipid girl. To put an eu.lto and that nothing was said at that time morality jjroundctl

my on:.nnment, I suddenly "cmbnrko
] f: vim it forth tills instant Plum preseiued! lIilll=cll. and twenty-five cents per page was thc !\ J hispptuo.ss it would have bean foi you, had
'r el in I I'ost1'uST .lUlu/cr.
< Europe :
for five hundred you adopted simple and true
price formerly paid copiesof I principle
i lIe I thai diacrc-
tIC understood tint [ should be ah- went on .}pr ucil'In OFFICE Pemacoln,
thc laws.; and that Mr. Tbruston expressed i subserving our actions to our con-

"nt for several years. My reputation lion is the better put) of valor. Ilo.iirtnv I 4lH .!>.-.'. :J 827-.(-3. 'S .. to us his dissatisfaction at our offeinng 1 science, make us free from all other-- COIT-- --
poivder and bill an!! &C' .c- --- - do the work three dollars trol. You know the education
: would have suffered for this and a\va\my lln--c-j k--: to at per I bestowed
J I Corn' > \OOLS :Y Cornmni ; (:- thnt he me, by and
other! trifles hid frie.n. : omc not my |I. : l'cnsncoiasiiii'jn
: wilh his friends
\Msall in fifteen Tli Lady Ve receive moreLet us flee what (mom narrowing my mind, hat
: Plum exi-rted his influence in 1113be- over 111111 utes. : H.HI Faincy..! ac unipau.cil: l"y Lt. CI.ACK of( Mr. Thruston himself says on the subject.I. .- 1 perhaps, rendered it but too independent ;,

iV'ls1t iff h ll\'Hc\' f Ifqct1I\ l X'LUli I H' %!i'st'ido, become our.friend, .guidoJ j i tu! .%'avv. and, Duct.. ,TtlHTj 31AC4J...IB. ofjlic-iTr,. AI.my. ... Kiu .artirlatuilili.!.> ; : '. "* I -" Tr-r M i ira voiuic uc zuu June, 'nir. T., imcr slating' 1 r more congenial it the uchtiny of female
I'.u JClr.tli *,
lady was; left to unpitied mortification!1 I ;'; purling. g.ivo uie warm wishes ol Vork.Vi I thirteen .uavs. flOUl'cw that I lie applied to the Executive for the I| who, being weak are, generally in need of:

nnd ;I 1} !p n, ".-.. I contract, smvs "I then asked tne Executive several kmd ol props ; whence for them
con! mpt. __ j luvc been politoly YavorcJ with 1 New I
what 1 should have per he sa .l thc i tile power of love, a kind
N'P' .I coull not think of travrlling; a- i I' I could tell other tdc: >, but ,th's: i iscIIonii. Vork] jnpei'a, several d i of the .\ail in I I crej -
ppw lane, so nrciiagcrf to hive my g'inr-' : :;: irturncd to my co!snlry: I ; which we find nothing of given, iviKtt that Was, he did not at that j i j: duhlies. The protectors of
rLiCtiht interest my younger
dim accompany me. On my zii-ui'I: I .nf'f T an absence of t.vj *vers: ,' I pa The do.ith! of THOMAS fo our readers. time recollect' and again the contract years, valuing my natural dispositions, aim
! :it Liverpool: my 'ignorance ofthimanners l;tl -nghig tny iViend 1 WitH lJ:l'. I Ills I inui'c tX-j.: tl.r celebrated) Allorncy and Cc.uaSeJl"f between the Executive and myself'allowed I|! ed ut (levelopiug my moral faculties to as-
I saw 2 that had been never to tidmtt
per page, au
opinion without
.nl\ customs of England; 1 ilu- WdS; not abated. The men r.t Law. of .wYork, at the advanced having
I tiouiJy: received". Now we ask the Editor :j pro-examined it deeply with all the
; brought: mo into sundry awkwaid sit- i, SIJ,) ht my society, ;ant! lh o ladies sniil- I i Hgs of 6-3 years, h r.iutounced in the I J late, of the Florida Advocate to prove that we j tuur of my own faculties; thus I am enabled reclij : -

; imtio.is. In these cases I found th. i-il L upon me foru\ sake. 1 took i it ;ill : ]>r.persJu.'ig.i RwJcciiriJ- I have been crying out against the price I to speak wth; you upon religion, which ilo-

: resistance of Plum to be invalu.iUt: ; 10 myself intiecd! and '.vlien; ao honest I from -4Jy a letter rorciveil paid Sir. Timiston for the last Imcs." We I love, as upon any other subject which my
.udge.Hr't.Ie ; l
H.J settled every difufulty in a moment man told me that; I was a fool fur doing \Va niiigto.j Ci'y.' Nov. I4tl, we r. n t to' say that it it not true lliM we imv doneso ,! heart aud my waid have freely expounded,
I ; ; and challenge him to refer to the number |: and you will nut have to
and always in i I became and hade him l ttU iI, that lie Ita! been delayed in his ascribe what 1 anv
a way peculiar to so, angry journey and date of the Gazette which contains j I about to tell, either to servile! habits to
himself. He seemed understand hold his J fell by severe illness, and that he had not I
to peace. again in love. recoveiet! hrs health any thing bout the price paid. Mr. I I any inconsiderate expressions of my inMn-

Knglaivl perfectly, and I afterwards I I hul a slre.tk of weakness in my I I yet Judjc JJ. informs us that and Air.appetite of riiruston asseiied ihat the Executive had I,cy. Never since my mind has been formed,

.'_ learnt that he was not a stranger fl) character, which exposed) me to such ,j Boston, had been appointed Navy Ainory Agent -agreed-to give that him the" the customary price"weknew never, nave and 1 been able to bear, without relugnacy -

other countries. 1 finiasies. I lovfid I I fur Ihii Station of which customary price was contempt the carelessness
; soon hurrieJ0' devotedly, and ; ( we had prevtoiisly four dollars and live
aim which
twenty cents levity
{ h'Mrd and! hat per page ; some people, and i.ijh
) he
I..ondo:1.lS nni'io'js to participate thought my passion was truly I Ct UfO- j appointment to the .: wrote, no and we have protested against the injustice toned people particularly, affect about rc-
# in the of the cd. \ 1 o :re Maislml of this qfl"tfing him one dollar and ligious ideas' it
pleasures world's lay speak my_ mind frooty i District had been lI1ad I twentyfivecents is no matter whether those

,'. : metropolis.influicnceof' Plum to yc'i' !" said a candid friend. **Coitamly. I -- per page more than we were willing ideas arc the Object conviction, of hope,

;- scyiipaincd; me admission into fash- ." said I. uTile l.uly( does not ]01orThe lfmorrJ S.'ft lP.. to The do fansas it tar. or fore ot'doubt ; the soul prostrate* itself be
they now appear, with regard one chancre,as before absolute
ionable-society. ,It WRS winter and 11 J love s-iJ: ho. "You C.\HS'I'! MsHibcr: Congrats, fiom Mor- to the of when certainty
you, are ms: printing the last lavvj, arc the e. called on to teilect the

was invited to an Assembly at AlXsack's" : taken," said I. "It I is not 300, but gaistuwu iin'.incr Ditsri-'t to 4enth|, N. C. the Ji:,s in a fashionable I L\t.-GoHrllot Duval l agreed to allow V hoiiudle thought, which still upou can please only;
p-it late Honorable
4 "
;1 '. "
My acquaintance enlarged your frUnid Plum tit! she is Et B. VIIVCK hrustou the customary price. I Oil the destiny of men. _
tnimoured : :. \I\'illt'.l": C. who was Ida 2nd.-Thc price four dollars I
customary was was imupie.c4
ttnd: I was soon in the full career of with; it is only to secure his competitor; in tli! late i'lcei ti. n I for Jongress. and twenty-five cents per page. I dear Leonce, before Jove these sentiments$ ,
peactiated iu
f.i.shionable dissipation My society society, tlmt she seems to favor you." The: IliAorablc UK.VIIY Ur. COXYVAV, De 3rd.-The Editor of the Pensacola Gazette Ah I what must nol f experience now me.
was sought by gentlemen and Indies of "She is incapable: of st-ch double- legate\rkallsa la;,L'ciizrcfs and the, from flonorcblc thc Territory ol offered to take the contract at tliroo that passions fills my MPnrt with id0a that
the first degree. Not a few cards dealing," said I.II J t is the fashion of (; :, Secretary awl ailing'Governor dollars 4th.-The r/ page.. know no limits, and vows without bounds !
Editor of
the Pensacola Gazette I will not
with: nohlu n:flies upon them were the world," said he. "Plum is a I ofsaid Territory, \\\i\ve-lionorably\ endea- offered to enter into bonds to complete- I all kinds pretend which to retrace hercrthe proofsof

exhibited in mv rack. great favorite of the sex, and ihe"y I voured to mil each other to death. It is at least twenty four week. you cannot help having
*- ? pages ptr contemplated before this but tell
that the ; mc,
I was Tit a loss to account for my will snub on the first man tint: brings "supposed tic former fell latter has succeeded, us i Gth.-It was nearly six months after the whether, since you love me, heart
t success. My could them close him. You dangerously, if not mortally adjournment of the Council, before the feels not that
-vanity not persuade to arc his particular wounded". something reveals to it the

; me to impute it all to my person friend, and therefore an object Would it not be well for Congress to pass, Printing Oth.-Mr of tho Thruston's laws was account completed. hope life of immoitality.My .

and address. I became inquisitive of regard to all the calculating a law, that none bUlllnzornhlu should have out and receipted in blank"notwithstanding was umadc existence, dearly belovedis, inseparable! from
thy so I fear
$lh not to outlive
of thee
and .learned at mothers and in privilege resorting to the }'izr.) of the contract made with him :
length, to my daughters town. I IIONORU! by thc never, 1 am sure, shall I invoke thy tomb ;

great surprise, that was merely on felt too secure to be angry. I laughed -- Governor. I. but if, on n sudden the woful system, of
7th.-Mr. Force to whom
account of my guardian, who was hold at my friend, and turned his adviceto We copy from the Florida Advocate, a was refcied, "decided, that the account; which annihilation is the term, seized upon

r in such estimation, that all who were ridicule. paragraph, pecting-Jtnlec Brackenridge, page was the fair and two dollars price of n L my soul, 1 know not what fright would
in prey upon my JoveVhat! should
; the very first sentence of signify
connected which
with him the wrier such "01 k.n
participated in.. But let me proceed in A makes a most thc profound tenderness I harbour for thee,
7 my story. egregious mistlkethereIS
his honours. 'rom the first five of these facts
At first I ,we think if thy
was piqued enchanting qualities
meddling endeavoured nothing in "a late Pensacola were but one
4 the attorney to paper"which a conclusion may fairly be drawn, that Governor those
by discovery, but such is the influence bring about a shows, "that the people of Escam- Duval determined lucky combinations of hazard, which
separation between was
of me bia to patronize time brings and tune destroy 1 aud if despair
much s -
) are
j self-flattery and such also very dissatisfied with
their his
and Plum. lie favorite; withmit regard to useleas
first a should
r was at dwell m the ofour reflections
unsuc- Judye. Nor has recess -
was the, adroit manner and any thing ever been expenditure of Public
seeming cessful, but by trick and artifice IJH at published in our to inwney. could we in the intimacy of our souls,
paper make
a "justifi- From the sixth it
sincerity of the attentions I received appears, that both Mr. calf
out our inmost
Icngih gained his cation of the Judge" thoughts to impart thelll--
point. Plum
deserted Those Thruston
necessary. and. the Governor
: that I were doubtfulwhether t
ceased to
: to scrutinize the motive, who informed the one another? At any attempt to ravish
fur Judge "that
me ever. I the Yellow the
mourned price
and took them as if offered to mo over | Fever was raging with agreed upon would be from me an healing futurity, my imagination -
on him "but great violence at allowed at the
mourning, saidI "isvain.1 Department of State ; and, darkens into
; the of J Pcusacoli, and who confusion; I then feel that
ground merit. comrarunicated. the
Y* ..*> personal_ I am myself, the same thiuz 1 him "statement after statement to although Editor of the Advocate may every thing escapes; [ no longer believe ill
I-. DUt it l was blinded in regard to before. I ninmir.tnnglo snecritielv intimate that pI' -. -it. -i-. nnt..-- tii.tu---- myself; 1 shudder at the most distant
as have lost a friend but full confirmation and conviction; ; ;that con-
the honor very modestly, we will hazard the ..
which was reflected I I' sug- ception of not meeting him whom
such again
on myself that is no of was the fact ; when
no such fact
part myself. I flew existed gestion that
to our statement of facts
El: some remarkable instances of its mistress. merited and have fceived censure doubt. producedthat to live 1 must lore"f 1 fancy that his features
my will sympathisewith from become pale, that his voice faints in
influence others as. Tlie-verjp assertion
I on did not escape me. (lIt ,*' thought, "and oh, there Advocate that u.fet. therehas made never'beea by the I As to the seventhwe, admit that in al- the illimitable void ; that be beuds on the
S recollect on one occasion to have I I lowing two dollars a for the brink
page ; printing of the
would a sweetness s in seeing her nn instance: of the fellow Fever abyss ; every instant that to-
been struck with ;it at Almack's. In fall for my sake.that would tears !, place, where'.it has made its full quitting nppe'ar.a Laws, in a workmanlike manner, in a southern :- him 1 speak seems to be the last, since an.

general, the display of beauty there is loss. But atone for nO& in ,ca*op, until after printingollicer Air. J.'orce would have instant is to come, which to all will put an
I expulsion from
my fixed lower
was mistaken. price than it
She could
4 beyond all An American two or three heary frosts profitably end, and for ever! my soul U overcome in-
praise. refused and the fact, be done for. But .
to see me. I surely Mr. Davenportwill fear initend
: was enraged. I that since the 9th day of October of being delighted in.Iove!
would say the ladies were too stoulnd stamped on the -floor. The not been a singlE death by there has not hazard his reputation as a printer, But Oh how strong shoald'our sentiment
servant Fever
: ruddy! and too heavily dressed. laughed, and pointed to the door. City, prove that the information which this the which stands deservedly high by saying revive, how elevating, how dellcioua..toQoe,
I that
Cut let Thruston, printed the Acts of thc another if sh ul*
L |pass. The music bad went and Judge received was incorrect. For mutually animating, we.
I lust
: away wept in the bitterness more Legislative Council, in a workmanlike confide in the
; : ceased for than mouth before the Suprepe-Beioff : note
a moment and the of time for hoWm-r
places heart
I my like a very boy. I went his Court, the Fever had I manner ; and by his own statement it was my ever dear Leonce>.the. eonsolauonpresented -
i where the quadrilles had sensed to for "such .".
a moment to see some of here rage work, that Mr. Force decided to us, by unearthly religion.Tflhly,
my companions. ; although -we had
no frost
before been figuringwere accidentally were cold and constrained. They latter part of November, and have until the "two dollars page: WM the fair and customary the power of.cooY.ociDJ', by positive res.n.

V C ln1. There then appeared a couple some QF tho families I visited : yr had a single -'heavy not even price' beside, it should be mentioned Iflg& on such* .subject, is not allowed to
where I fro.t"-7et our that the laws printed in 1823 minds but teache
-i was I City still continues contain our Impotent ; sensibility
; so as to II perfectly '
grotesque put description once a' favorite. They were civil j I It is hard healthy. 46 lines to a page while the Pamphlet as all which it.is important toknow.. Casta

to the blush. A thin, miserly. sn f- but Ihe',hearty welcome of the been censured to please,for all-here we have printed by Mr. Thruston, contain only 36 glance upon human destiny; what as i{ I

-i. Jy: little man, led forward die hugest and the gracious mother where we real/ believe throwing it U most.thc blame \ lines, of a larger type in a page, and the a few short moments enchanting jottUf

W9tii1fl .1 fvcr beheld. She had attentions ofthe and the Advocate to deserved ; pages are hut a very little wider. and rapturous love, followed by piany long-
seems Insinuate '
; daughters were mine no more l we flare thrown it that It is at all times painful to compelled and tedious years of docay that lead frpBj

improperly, Judge i t9 notice tjie mirej>resfatalioas. audio e [regret TO regrets, and fr Kiror to TOTf|

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rcBCh that dark icy *tate.called of \
narrow q
.e good? as hose
tserts himself to lire upon people) arc known .

dtJln.,.,!. \.fitis Man i III yMajc, when that juste'i so unreasonable that having once !I 1 coll (to tnomsetve Tho Pen3-i. .
shut it can less bed bought them ai 2-auU azette, rl1cul r I NOTICE.
most nectary, 2] rs. they will j .pa ), hils rut -SEYG4EjJOfq
for, ihslate of>a f
"tld :" ; pay more, at cl'ying"out milE auhscfib
ha' .,, d iseny-Li, Sugar 8oiley
which fne u i duties tur ThrU'ston ;-
Jprirti of tb.t s in e* the ZadockA Tilt" ) simple from thv
id it i mOrroVainlv on Wines awl Brandy it is uing it at : nirF.itorI: and "n ,
brllcr the lie said, cents 4 25 tlii C&Se, an JUppl *ny qaisinity
aj.S i i vamljr he catchi are also proposed be a page ; 'Ior the Sitko IIN attachment has im-H, tlJordp.
,,o"fc: S ti5C dechvitv. 'o much raised. and Justice of truth suit comm ncNt in the
>', t'eol' branch} to lewen the rapidity of i I It is however, uncertain, as so much staled in a recent Advocate we Court for Lscambu County.A. County F. H. Nisbct fr
? Lw.iward conisc the tomb yawns (or is done that i\Ir. T. 'ensacolt
by intrigue, that had received : Dec. nil. 1827J3tf
tho hut
Vi ic.lo.iius time, he cannot possibly two doU.i Gordon
: ; i: 'aialy looking.tow-aid whole system as now digested I apage, (or printing the I C
i'il i ima2u ) I""" may book L'J.oi.atiii'
Anty. ComftiLtztb1eBadjfl.
I ; this i
tit, altered IS Pt'" :u.ota npc. I .
KwmVeSj j : and should that be all / The measures.pursued Hunt republjslid 01 .Mr. -_ 7th. 18,7 -; I FE\V *

: Leone I! If p') '!luJe, IS itbh.jh4tttY au8) pro1I and pursuing agiint the Spaniard but itcCompanied; by rei1ark3 I I A ted Gentlemen cnn be accommoda
; with
JI intended ,
NVOU13. day board and
il- .IS should have buoii dis-. will if not Calculated I two or three -
produce think: great changes to wiihhll with. Kooim, by .
extinction in a the Justice : %VLLL.receive '
-. lola low pros. ,
r3sLtl tl'U ihe .nf the I Prop sols at this OfSce!
; .t" I :; the faculiy ofcenak commerce of this'country Ctse. He asks i i until) J
t1.1tJ'j t. '0-; i. J, ex wnether 4 25 the ht of Aj.nt next, for no. Garnicr
we feel witnin myseJf! an inex- tra ting largo! portion's of tho capital cail on' Wero not charged ; and : ing wood for the use of the rroop..IO supply. House of Mr IVlr A'bn,

btO (;: t, .1nrt't' cf K!> crmul it be possible and leaving tho country very poor. It j The .Mr. Justice to speak !t thIs st.....- -- It ,.... k_ %.*rr'ii t'r.iii r, Pcob.. lJee.' 7.11 1! -3a-1f

ID.MSt'. : luiihi lay nenr ihine withuut will become more difficult paragraph was our own, gSin I Oak and oint-r |.,*rd wood. and the Cord --""- -, ._____________.______
thai to effect! j j
awa"t'IIIII T 11!.'( we :hulL fever bt .. sales, and from our owu personal t? be by l1Ie.asurC"I 4 'ecl 3 inches f r IJ.IL() iV fiEES fl'.7X 'I
..'.. nature's b"2-tcs TrJnch 9.) exceedingly dangerous to knowledge, ; high, 8 frt
I and 4
T inches
t.Eg''s: tj allow not from an bug, .,,d the wood 4 l\It.: hi; lu-st
to cur 80U'10' l"is rostrnifihfavw. credit. Jn Jalisco the Span- irresponsible, aaony- ca till f.Mir teet price in c.ish, given far .
\'liH!J sp'ak mous corre.pond.nl n kimgt'a. To be (Hiv.e the bove arti ''lefl'
rt'io-'e' creates numoer- iards havo been as is uiitiiua ted ed by '
aspect at
all in
expelled phce the
ny I'own .
Ctllt ; sotto- in be! Gazette. I ot l cn,!aco.i Jalins :
,('3 jentimcnts cud i innumerable! thou-hlb 1 ros (bachelors) and those not married I Supposing what was i iti where it may br w.nte.l. .nd nt the Pescay.

tie coalv i-.ai'-: dispenser of light, and its before 1S21 and that in the of stated before (to bosufficiwit for the 1 t Lantnenent( cOI'd lcd up by the Co!i PensHCoI-i, 7th Dee. 1S7? -58-tf
during the uight..should rise ovcr space most I tractor himself "
qnerrulous xvittun!
: rcC'Ctur days. In sceptical l, we did couveoi-jnt ds- *.<
the twenty NOrl'lqr
ioe during Acaptilco they havo : _
tomb-is i.cy "or into IaICe W me uuu-r .. r
)111" d.tai1oii side, at the usual. huulputce. -- -
the -
all jo
'- fouiuppinessaHd nothiugshuul.l remain been driven to embark on board S. 1 hruston's subject; of A ing I :he *o.tl is to !)I; \lelivcreJ at 71"'U": foliow.njf; Articles of Ordnance
olJmire them still ? No, Leonce,, such vessels ( account for prin-in-r the siich times !
LJiu It as were in the) harbor, to and s.ich qt.nitr.ifs as nr be Onnace :.or ". the
cannot be ; I feel no !J..s horror at :ci3 of the last LogisUtive: \ Council dircedf-ojii > uf the United property
:1.3t save their lives ; ; had been ; dims oirce. The SUtra. will be offered for
of nauglit, tha at that of crime, many assassinated but finding mistake cu-toiiiary sIeat *
the idea our we d.aavery is ; zo'.d PenS4cola, Florida,
." and in Cuernavaca now proceed sxty per mintii from 1st on t.10th!
conscience both arc ; about'
and by the sam re. a dcty's to make; a full tatement-and l\lh .o OtA;)"Ji, un.lijili! tnat: I1I&ntiv hy ot April!, 1823 ; deliverable to purchasers 4
: fat: from me. travel from this, iliry were it TO i. Is1. at the
pulsed is to 311 followingplaces
shall i do with hopes, if not.bareJ > given HS of our own knowledge Os'ober. Two bii" __ __ _ __ vi?. :
Eat:: what my pursued in the streets with knives and I Nvi'l: be c'i\ll. -on.f. :. _ _ _
bcljv} l how ;.and! on OUr F.Kot-l .,t. li'e best U.1.kPot nt
trust Own nel
,'.- bv- thee my my swonJs !Lv_, the r.linlo.. !_._ f ii 7..11'1"/-..cr I > mfM*>* 19 jaLk \v\xul of.the cii-try and another De \ nf'o.1 OaD:1CE.. {' I- -
u --- - al l I ;
um\t.mo\Vlt..Ig'd! nice ---, it; "i 'i
a'fjturity ;
f m! the responsibility. fJuiit.Tiie f to such oak .tml .,t '.
and ur
same it is hardwood iscntniuun
of happiness can i.najjinaii.n ; proposed lrJ the I as ('i l lrs
i-.ras! my lucs p Ir"ll Cannon
vjiat arc, thut Mr. Thruston's to the: ,. 12,000
conceive if not always to be enjoyediacommon I Legislature] of the Slaw of Mexico account I l1ml1: ;ck on the lh iy I 5 G CI tli!;,. 6..500

with my *tr..u3'e. I hail' ; liOnF'I.Itifl tiat!! all, without! l exception should ; w.:;is made out and rnccip'el in wood faiagnn.i,', S.-:1 .-..I'nd* I Ch.ncopin Ptn3acol&. 7 4 If II ditto. 8540I

lii-'.-e solitary!: ini'i'iJations uncncourajivj be : blexptlled ik ; flitry! were carried to \Wash wi.i m.t 'H' r.eciv" d. Fh: first d. 12 fC U Canondc" i,8VO f-
I from the State ; in fact, .he "very to be I e. !h. thr lit.1.4 .
fhf is y
atone Ionger next
by ihy voi.-o ? ro no I itag Cll.hy a merchant of this I I 9" ditto. y.rtar .
any nciivc power jMthm! me. t"fOrt.l'I I 'luvemcnt appe.irs to btf general ; pl-ce: who offered them to the chief AJairl K. Biircli 7' 1) 4- .

b'tt: a 1arst for i-itciog.iti i : ff the- on all my As it is found lint the ycneraj (011- 0Jpe.ss the 1 proper dep-irtmeaf p.. .-1 IfI. Q-. .,.Master.i I'o lit, I .
that i ma: PI5S: jadginent upon ;.l1 : by whom \ ;:ec rtc
tIOI'iJi: %% not pas a law to expel them j I 1 th : *nt Qn.erMiter': o.5.:, i
a1141 if !111iHeJ, ine I'Will .L CUU10 y were referred tJ1:. Force P" v2 L3 ,',
tern : 1 ii lif' '--- c. l". U. 5ISY "tlY 13" ditto.
rot the :
; 11,400
the 3S tl
couuin scvetni -.5
J : si lies, the Journal .. .. __. .__ I
rc.t: 4iart of mv. 1.\( II. .e IIICe, my i i co determine the value --. Ya r(1. 11Zort'fn-
o; .
a:1I1 b? It ue.lC'Cl"IlJl' m:, u \\ ould seem, ;ir! in league (HlVct j! the labor p ) .- I 6ore I
LI'OIlI.'C! car.je : when Mr. i'J.\-: 1'0 I :-I
F. &
; decided that'wodolhrs \ c. I I"J'f I
it i
t' E..th.'t 1 siiould: li.\e U i tCe ; so ::It 1 uph't individually. "Many, tired of being : II l ;-; sie oii J S
a I i-rjscnbcp l .
p.sgf w-is the lair; and a:s jai: rt- ri\ed per :
iJ fihow thy glcrious track in tne tiuntcd) down in this manner: have: resolved I i. Ii-itiieh Iron \Jre..lH.--.lI.d R/c.l S:.)
of :
t.NdlC're my c-yes are seeking tJijj customary! price sucii. work ; on R'J8f'l 16'
to leave tho and I ;xs in L h uul (irom I I
country ) jormer i
:.c )h.-lotr I d.t.-to: n pi/c :tfte.lllie.. ijo two ILJi.u s wero p-tid: and .I i.jHH.tAt; ous. lulld. epp- 132&
m.Le'luea w"dd exists where all suppose in twelve months or less, received l.. P. Madena, Cranberru-s, i : ptu.. Iron.. C31nOn 14100
V- I an-j ,u, ,nore, Mr. Hunt. It ?/ t : !e t/d -la; 'ditto.
ficiMO':.M 'titc are broke asunder. where there will not be an old Spaniard in I 's c certain, ilm Mr. Thrustun I I 1CIfI I die, .Iu. Jly' & ,?.ll1. Irra'ca:: Z'12 I' II ditto. t1.4Ot1
n.juii JIT lias been promised! but to J love the. the Republic. These are the occurrences : expected I Me4'J3 C ar-t of 1830. ('iII'dV.thu J !l'ise' l'r.r J.f I 6000

rral o'jj-ct llf our 1 "? ; be not impious and news of the higher compensation .1JJ{'yuu know CMr ;9. Butte. 'Jurry l'w.lerJ.l.e:4f Pe1Z/lcru I L
day from J
f74-! t1u -: t hit; riopr, the happiness whichwe Hunt that he was entitled to j : Lit-I 1 i T 1 Cunnw rs, '
which drs I
0":11 f6I
tl :li nt K' by our bensibiuty, far fromJnvjci'j you may draw your inferences much more, Mr. Force's estuu.m wjs IUv.\ni-ltl Ch'JJ..tC: -j; 924".} I. ditto '34,200
1., an abi-rratiosi of g-rntitii'l-j! to- as to the probable future condias fur work do L I'retevp., I j h cliuo. 4'2.8\-\
done the iNurtii II OS
and ditto.
>wid! HtCreatoi ,.is other Son ecs of hap- tion of this country. My own opinion : without Mushronn. ami 'I mnt-i-s Ketchup, : I 12" II diuo. 3.800
regard lo! ivoil 24OOJ
often do, niu.t incessantly! attract us established l'ucaloon Hye \Vu
ji.ie- i is, that things are going from had *kcv, 1. 9 II
to .s.n. Ti: ? nine our bcisiff advances on difference between the expenses and Flour, H icon, HI ns, &s. r 4 32,000
and 6" II
to worse who knows
lh* track of;rfvMon. the ra'fc.a 1 h." eiljy where they charges in Northern and Southern P l'SOnS ws: 'lh it; tlt.h Syryp and orh-' 1 0I. < b J. n ditto. 5,200
nent of the hearts are deep and tile will end ? A revolution! before long hle 3 I ditto 8.54.0.f
p-ire. printing offices-in this all will see, Snip, fof a !seavojj) r c 111 be supplied :1 C cc diao. I
J>s" is posxiutc to resign us to the limits which i will cud in despotism woulu th ,
by appivm t:> jtJ'"C who
that injustice has been done i I : ier 3 I :] 14 fC U nO\\'ifz
Mr. 5S
of ths earthU tift.. Leouce, I conj.ire i
you not ise a ( ITietC
surpi me, Ihruston I el's ) ustortiiient of Sdi fitvesi I' 4 Inch. ditto.
t j::.:T Nur soul} it tel]iwus hi! 'a:. I should Ji3 the Governor, has had no ag n-'I II I I icy HUJC; Squar .), Iron Swivels_ __OO
(Ijjlt: vnr 1 IHfor IIK, if i c.nild not at Pro-m the Florida Adroeae. in the Q Totalarcightoflroi (,1110011 8814t
matter, Mr. Hunt to the r: _2(2,24 _
contrary ; Ju1iul'escay.. -
; :::: _
least !-I"'f'.1 1 in impressing y ;U with re- Jll.dgc JKiackMiridge.t -. -
tf.t'hl"f' appears notwithstanding. This mutter: Pe'isacnl.i De?. Tinl.S2r .33ti". ptlu flras
Pp gniai qu '->fions, ni which so : Cannionll3,900
r.1a.lY ois.i;'.tened mui-N! jJ.l\'f> foil great from a laic' Pensacola paper, that the can hive hut little intejcs' for our _. : I 21 6 '. II itt) J/ 1,246

ci-ncrr,:md the! "j".'s
:;: /ii>r hf,'n .alI" \.jette.t. dissatisfied( with their Judgo. Knowing taken no noiicuof it but that it became FOR ?'.\l.s' Tilt: ;; 11 6 It 1.1'1. do I 412 31
1 r.;.(; ii"MI of pn.ic'pios: can.iot f-til soon ns we do the circumstances *: l' h) u t\.tl'i do. I J,16 -

t-> .S.t 1 co lelasati. of j>eUiii MI< : elo- : at- j nrcpssary from the varrotH' PEN3ACOLA, BOOKSTORE. ]I Tobl ...... ht ofn"ts { 21.165

qj.'nce. by a.1 abue of tne art, can cast .teiiyingthe I I case, ?wl believing] that I misrepresentations; it his en .} nt'red. SMALL asaoilinen- of OlA\'Ii: 2 --- ---. a'1non = .

uJicuh! 0:1: t:illni-'h U isio!i Facie;! on our) felliW citieeus of Kscambia hive: i\Ir. Hunt very modestly suggests .V BOOKri, R'1 a few r''ama of sup- nor I I ( 2 JJ UJO H>i Lanncn BalU"and-shells

eath: bit tti.i'eis t that tVel I v.uh pa; umlp i deuded from the impulse of the moti; at ins writings in the Gazette Inve tv-ihty KO"LSr\P.. LKlTEa, AND:a'', -aE I of various Cslbresfrom 3 to> .

|>"ls a s'ljl; >rficial rtisdain that profanes j. iiicnt, and without submitting the matter I influenced this result for Mr. Thrus- N V E LO f 1XG !> \: K \ ; I I thirty-two pounde* --
ail -he 6)t
and atT.ctions. fl *
wong deep 'I h.j :. MiwketCartndffj Boxes
to their cod and ;
(' ttljfli '.; !(:ich} love inspires is i in us like dispassionate i ton, we do not pretjnd to doubt: it. c i) io do Box licit

a t'\, p:i.ltipL. of life; sonic ha\c irceivrJit judgement} without a view to thc jus-j 'flilication he Secretary insist have been under F li. NlMBWlEGS I, -'. I 1J6:; il.iyonet Belts

by othcis it is as much unknown a* tn<; of the Judge, we feel called i i such influunco, --md i'tV1S ihe} fbar of _r.- 4:9 TO IVi'minjr TubeslUvWKuace .
l lave
to inrnrn n"n Fnen'ls and l
laiarc, rsi'.Ji'Cfe; that thou, art unviiliiug1 to 1 on tti ni.ikft *k following otatopannr I .i\-Jr. (!'.s t''U HUtT )plr"i r'fpt ,."l r...' o, r-. ......,.... .. I. 1t.t I'-_ I" .-- I
etIelr3daIe.! \Ye are actuated by \\ Ii.iiuijar The 1 tst of Escambia i( that I f l.COS Port Fires .
spring term I saved dIe national tic..surv commenced Ijnsinws .it his OJ 1 Stan!.
\ oV.U cannot roinpiehrnd, let us alo i. 1 1.o ck Screw
I I Tt
Superior Court was lost to liltigants i from the heavy visitation liireiioneJthroughout where he has for sile a \vr. juoa assort
h'ljniiou !h iheobjrct.] t-j us, pi events itself I l 335 Sheets of Tin .
jet ou'! confusedly. T.tou;hts of a higher by reason of the delay, in publishing ; the Jasl summer. ( :nf 9lt "fF.'rsh t 2,00 i->< weight j Scrip Iron .

oi'cte arc a; laectrv. 10 love as to virtue.Lonce the Acts of the Legislative Council. Idem. I Weasonall3 GootlsT) -:-------------------.-------- -
the educ.rioi: which have __. t'ie' .J't Iti'--ThZ sales i wi-l I bu for Cus
yo-i Fur this the Judge should Lear no -- ----- --a Receivedy latest .ri'lv.tli from New ? .
trcftved, the exumpe! and the rememtraiue HYMENEAL.MARRIED. York and Philadelphia.: 'IU. tie mininvi.n; price of t'ie! Brass UrJra'ice -
blame ; it is wholly without his con- is fi
; e.1
of : ( at -v-five
aifqupallisJ! manncis; the .-On the 22-1 ult. at the rrsi- S, 11 an(14 Point U'inketstriped! \ cents per
ral'tary and ti.iva'ric; : i-leas untll'l'Vh's. tr oL) 15ut this rnisforiun? greatly en. | (le( nct of Jlr. Jessee Potts lOCI Gulden i..r aai 3 4 Dutfidl 31 n\'ets no ItI., For the Iron Cannon, S lot and

fdiifiimi0'i: Ijtive not ceased to net lareod the docket of the fall term, County, F. by tha Rev. Mr. WoodSrryf 1 'jjile snpenor! : HeiyyViItnev": ; h ShlIfifteen dollars per ton. Oiera

(iIa.e your early youth to you seem sumii' and in this, added to the grievance oi 1 C. \v. FOWLKR, Csq. Attorney al Law, Of 3 bal-s iVlute & Dr.i'i: Flushings' of I'o.iulric: : in the N, rthern SUtrs cat

( '' lo 'sold! the place' of the most delicate, his holding no f.ll term-a Tallahassep, to Mass MARTHA. POTTS. Blue and bltclc imperial: cloti, him rcfiv, any intbnnation; concerning the
1Indpl's; of grievance ),)H: mentioned
religion an-1 of morality. All ._ nd articles, from CaptainATrss
r itinetts 01'tt'l
Jmt'ro'l characters drligiu in it certainly has been, and a heavy one ; ; t) B. ':Ui\CiI. Asjiata-jtQaurter Mister
otidoft'u-' sentiment of honor; of scriuice&n I o donut, but of all participation inthis super dimities super; 7-S nnd Cn'44 :no-i Ir'S'i fancy Ificr.H print\j Irihlauns U. :3. Ann;, Pensacola. Florida ; or

S'sprrstitiuMS: iTpppct for public opinion visitation we cannot hesitate in \\1.r itities 6fJ ; : from Lt ISAAC A. \0\i. conmanclmg 17. -
p. p ; : ; n: -
30-: !;a\c created, for yourself, a kind of I super JJMRhaiTis =. Arsenal, Baton: li''..i e, Lo:lisiana.Bau'i ; .
worship: to which! would inimolatf acquitting the Judge, from these facts. ; white, ye llov red 1\1 I green flinneN -
yvi joyfully E.
':lIrt lt: Tai consequence is good toa lie l was in Middle Florida, when hts 1Q .u l ; black an'l ,c il.;re.l b.imhxzc'.ls.printed Burch,
cc.tii-i but hnj heard that the Yellow! Fever bcmbazetts \1.1 1 hs'iury fli.i A1i3t. Q- ;l3.ster.
dpjre(, yon p"ssc !ij;inns las VOI u-i uld have. bc: I less with great violence at Pensa nels ; spool COlton i assorted ; cotton l 1\i5! : Isaac .Adams,
t.cc-- .ile: to thE; bUtn B eavcrteen linen caai: o:ics ; ciinbnchdkfs
or to the praise of rorOr VeusacoVti. 1.t.: Lt. on Orlnanccservics.lst .
; coiiiinued to hear slatcmentafwr
the ""d.t ; IVifojfehilkfs: cr'pp ;
and ppihaps. in some cases, Pea'o::. ? Nov. 1827.
sauli: -:- would have h:i'l less access to irriI statement, amoun.ing to full con_ fl'iunced robes : pingiiamd; -, spider r.ti I, -_ _- -

I tatranlio convince au. Oh, my dear finnatiim and conviction: that such ARRIVED. patent thre-a'ls! Russia darer; plain and: NOTICE.LETTERS .

friend rrsioro: to Heaven n little 'what was the fact ; }his family was in Philadelphia Dec. 5th.-U. S. Revenue Cutter, figured book muslins, Madr.n \n-l Brittama of A.lministration
you might 11kt Florida Harrison. ndkfs.. coTip'y flags figured ; on
away from the world. Then ho lid business Capt. crape Samuel R.
Overton, late ofthe
: von uiil fi'),i in inteinni; tontmi-nt nnusjhnn I dresses ; white, hrown and mixed cotton
which no iud% i 10711iIl line ti! :- to transact in the north, during the ENTERED. half ho,e ; white and mixed worsted & County Kscambia, deceas having

po'\cr Jo disturb, and I also shall feel more season, & knowing he would endangerhis Nov. SOlh.! -Schr. Ehzibcth, For- I la-rib's wool do ; fine linen hose Iulieswit : been granted to Mrs. MirgaretArinOver.

f'(-curi'v with reftavd t.. my own fat!. h life by attempting to bold his !fall syth, New Orleans. C4rgo for U'I : and black cotton d)., Ie.fl. sl ate ton of siii.l, by County the Hg-iorable all the County Court de
'>u P< L.-OIICP. :IM meditatinv with on S. F. S. ', and black wirtett (1)l plain nivl} caaiblet persons having .
thim you session in Pensacola: -;independent ol i Army, P-isquier, 1 nianJi u;j>inst salt i estate, are requested
return: >\st to n ravo ih' passion I f aU iJjontrhls which ,'I inc<-ssanlU_ i the exposure 01 litu r.uts: to dangerous S. Harriot: Ahrens and Bye>", J. C) "!:; cloaks furniture check, bed-ticking1> s:i- to present tie'! sime fur scttleitj-at, and .';,
domineers c.ver o I l'fine cotton shirlin s, .J1 cloths ilackbombuzines ]
raf; your sentiment for me, fr loye disease, should ho hold that term, he Neil, J. Jcrrison jr., M. Crupper, D.tp fancy u lt ribbons, black: and t those indebted are requested to make

.proaipts me in all. Adieu, most wisely, prudently and properly!, E. Burch, S. i ilumblet( and the white satin and 'nantu.id'>., 5-4 Irish shirt- p;aymenLtO ROUKltr Attoain.MlTCflKLL fact: for ,

Dclphine.KOKKIGX. decided, to abandon all thought of the Master. in -,-d.1na, brown miens; si per black M. A* OViRTON'.

--. -_- court, and so apprised hs: officers as Dec. 1st.-Schr. Maria, J. McC.: ind white plaid! an.1 sloped; iUpti,e .'ldnJiuistratTlz.I'cctcoh. .

early as practicable. Baker, New Orleans. Cargo to J.r printed shawls and hdkfe; printed Waterloo KO\r.27th, 1J27.-7-tf; F
shawlf silk dresses, thread ,
there has Quin N. [I. Allen H. Michelet J.r 'ncy nuns ,
-- --- As yet never been an instance linen gloves linen tapes, Russia snrtin: s,

Jlt co-lntel"esti'tg.-The editor i. of the Yellow fever quitting a C. and C. C. K.yser, and to order. mih'd drab dull, blue and red s'.rouds, Sic NOTXCZtil .

;of the American indebted! to a l place, where it has made its full appearance 4th.-Schr. Packet Eliza, Levi, ALSO, '[ B ssnbscribtf- Justice of.the PeacetOr
the of Kscambi*
County duly au-
ffieiul, for an extract of a letter from a m season, until after expu 1- Maine, SO d tys. Cargo Northern 4 cases saddlery, ,u3rtecL horsed, commissioned and swo-n, has ta-
Urevrstcr bats, qualities -
Baltiniorcan, now in Mexico, which} sion, from two or three heavy frost Produce to Master. 9 cases kea an office in the hot:%' belonging toG

contains! the following interesting 5nfaination. Such frosts are never looked for earlier Sloop Frederick, Rogers, Now 5 trunks fine ready made clothing! neriJ Call ; where he can be found atany

It is dated than the middle November, and London, 34 days. Cargo Northern 12 trunks ladys fcntlemens1 boots hour in the day for the transaction of

"CITY MEXICO, ) this year it has not happened thus Produce to :Master. and hneChildrer.s' -, business.tie .
will also do
copying, or adjust
5th. Schr. Atlas Brown New and boys' shoes, brolr.tnl. &c. any
28ih et.&rly.Vho could the -
Sept. 1827. j expect Judge thread accounts, on the most reasonable terms
II Since: I have been here, I learn to encounter this personal risk, and York, 13 day Passengers Com. 25 Son leather Virginia, cairnkins i tobacco, shoe and with proinptuess.oayttnii.. *

that the Temascaltepco Mine promt- had he dared the encounter for himself WOOLSEY, Lady and Family, Lieut. 5 Boxes kegs superior cavendish do '

liPS yet well though no actual bonanzaas how could he have justified to his CLACK of the Navy and Doct. MAeo&ia Hardware, &c. The subscriber aLa respectfully inform

}t-1S vet been dh covered. Mr.atinj conscience, to have coerced the exposure of the Army.: Cargo to J. H. Pen, pocket sportsmen anti desk. his i'nendh, JLnJ ibe puJnion general that

K / the director, is still sanguineHiuiihnjorfl to tne littigants and the venire. Clack, Navy Store Keeper, M. T. knives ; knives & torks carvers, waitf I: he will dray Deeds Mortgages-Bill of

funds from the United I Under the influence of these circumstances I- Woolsey, John Campbell, Samuel' and trays ; HeimmgS best needles, 8fl ILl. I Bale, Jc Powers Iff Attorney, with ne4tneami &$

-tales, he will be aWe to pioduco satisfactory he decided, that there should Hambleton, and N H. Allen.CLEARED. (ers anal trays plated spurs, spectacles: I I leg-d precision, on the rai)t'and-.oJi.reasonable
tools, shoemaker's and c ar- I a nl accommodating terms ;
results. What success Mr. j be no fall term of his court in Escam c riel.t CMrpentel"iI do., stock locks, padlocks, shovels cits a portion of public pstronage.

Manning may meet with, know bia-and we conscienciously believe, Nov. 30th.-Brig Enterprize, Hitchcock and xt 011411, kettles sauce pans, cotton 11. B. Stringer.

no ; but think from all accounis, the that he acted conceptiously ; and we New York. Cargo 36 bales) cards 8cc. &c.Pensacola -_ -

nonpy expended has been used judiciously : i- arc entirely satisfied that he cou I d cotton, 9 bales skins, 290 Hides, I by Uec. 7th, 1327.-33-tf NOTICE.

and with great economy, mid not have held his tail term for Esctun- N. H. Allen ; 16 bales cotton,. by S. Juan L>e La liua, ;) i ir 15 hereby givtn, ti at at the ensuing

\hat? }perhaps for want of a small additIonal bia, without a total regardlessness! of Patterson ; 2 bales Goods; by M. *. IN ATTACH M BNT. j hnuuy Term Jf the Honorable, the

J sum, if not obtained, what has right and justice. Crupper ; and 12,000 feet .Lumber, Joseph Y. Cruzat. 3 I County Court for the County of E-scara

been done, will be in vain. 2000 Horns and Sundry oipr articles .thi.cjis'e t Writ Attachment has h'u, account* and vouchers will be presented -
'rhe IN i ilJ oed from, and a suit has been and application made.for a final '&X
Congress ate hammering away Justice.-The.printing of the acts by the Master. ;( Court of jflbia settlement ot the estate of ;r. James C.

at the new Tariff, anti it is supposed of the last Legislative Council has I: Dec. 1st.-Schr. Maria Baker, tuted in, the County brooough, deceased.

will conclude it this session ; they been a most fruitful source of abuse New Orleans. Ballast. County.Pensacob', 15th Nov.-15-6t. liwci. I*. Drake, Atty.

**ve settled in the Senate thai M nand invective, to the Pensacola and 3rd.. -Schr. Elizabeth, .Forsyth, for GEO. WAL'I ?.N, Adm'r.

tas of a vara wide shall pay 1 >rs. n. St. Augustine Editors, and their New Orleans. Cargo .200 Hides, FOB. SAJ.I1.. Pensacola, Nor..30th, 182730-tf. -

. ty, and those of'a wider kind one agraph scribblers. .They have beenthe par- 150 Deer Skins and 1 0il. Bee'& Four Shares in the ._-_,______ __-.

jghth more for every eighth of x- more industrious in this matter I be- Wax, by J. C. and C. C. eyser. JOr S':rK1rij'ND Fur a.\c,

tess over a vara wide & i ip all probaluluy cause they thought they saw in it, a CLEARED FOR THIS POET. Vi I
\ tjG
.Hol1se It will bo approved by the other' fair hold on our Governor, whom they p At New York 16th ,Noo.Schr. j FeusaCOI for buildin*. a'Wharf, Paiafox. Street,: in l ______. _____. : ,

i this amgtiuts to-a prohibition. love to lush"for what reason is best J Mary Denison, 'Sa lor. lCluirc at Ibis; Qc- .*. !' .A \t ta1rcaL. fcasacela JBooIsorf"jtil .



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r.oiP 4_ *Y F JtULT AND ORNAMENTAL r.&SONJaoP : : will ,id.\ ,or exchange for :.1he:.

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JLjarc offered for sale, This place ,isiluated iniuean Botanic Garden*: TWO STOny HOUSB \gle'

8 miles from Fort* St. Harks OQ L Nurseries at Wxr4liing. pleasantly situated' the Spring 'Road_ Tavem .

tae St. Marks river and ISfrbmTulUviaTcce. near New Y ik. W* P.roprietof '!*:. leading to Cautonwent' Clinch. U.80M,

c The river can"be navigated to the 1. oV this Brtmbteb1 Cash of good approved l cuJ'.tyiU be. 'ANDTRAVELLER'S

Town by vessels drawing 8 feet water. ; has-jit1 % Mishedhi ue.wi.nden- ALSO, REST_
.; The situation w high dry ami healthy; Cablugu or the present yer, he oFt1)OttI Subscnberinfor

t haft wo Sulphur Springs in the vicinity i 24t.b brg.ed edtm compm.__ Fruit and Ornaes QOO Stock-Cattle MT-. that he has opened a the h p ttb

L one of which is otdy iXX) yards from 'the nttI Tr Oreenlium p1ant Uub- -.'- I 25. which will be sold low for ; Public Bntertiinment, Era, the Jie

.. Public Squ rc. They are said to possess bus 1tnot. American Indigenous TI'eJ'lan's. ,- 'S I cash, hoase formerly occupied by Maj IhU

jjrtat medical quaitic.I &c 'fIleCOlkCtOU of Fnita COtains Wm. A.' Bell for: ,that .purpose, fronting; the 'fbn-
For runiter intoi-tiution of Terms &c. the former great as- 1- : fitted '
in addition to square which he ha? up tit i
G aid N.fiamletv S*. Iari and teemed Pensacola, 8th Nov. 1827--34-13t. COrl..
: apply to J. 9QC'1ment the new hBhly venient manner for the reception oft
or to Augustus Stecle, Tallahassee. iirietit3 WI ich Uav been Produced vcllers:and'othera. Ills table will -

___st. Malic lOlh A-ur *t, 1827-24-tT ,UZ4. na"% e'Y- Mr_. __._ ).tJht._n' C'_,p.....jdt"\t t.. .._of. A nd jJ/S>anjf Saturday Afagainr. PRO.iM)SALS be supplied th the best which alwavt tll j %
the London lIn-1tCUllurai U\I'IIt'J j publication is i issued every Sa- market can afTurM mid his bir with tli"
; 1ldOtICEa "I Brus eis, aau otnrrs; THIS D-r P..PBIOE, 3'D.,
ot :
Van Ikms. 1 in the
fessor ., .In the City of Albany best of liquors. No exertion will; Kwanling
SIX weeks alter iSusdatr i v ill apply ajwl includes above 500 -tle9 not offered I' State of fc.w-York; it is printed in 111.I For publishing a Lilffary Journal tolled on the part of tbe proprietor

the Holt. C1tnullt.rt of Ks forsale by any other eslablisiuueut and mniunlype,1Jpon THESOUVENIR. render satisfaction
I qwnto:form, with burg-cois to general to u,0I
.- .cantbi Cuuntv, foi LettersAdniiniv in slit; Union : a "'Ie ro'a' sheet, vd is af who.m1\) favor hi.n with their
trbonon the E&ule ot Jacob Keiker, late revive how elevating, bow ctelictous to osCflKBRT :["forded to subscribers Three Dollar lis stables are well calculated for coml a ) n).

oifcaid County dec'asnd.Junes. T srs -Ofth rsc 15,000trerSj; a yer, which may discharged by pnyinjr -1, "iELLISRED WITH ber of horses-and a goad and attentive nU'n.'

piU man. : of very fine size and exceedingly thrifty .. Two Dollar it advance, or TV* Dk( j Splendid Quarto Engravings. Ostler will at all times beat hand

Pen**co1a 81 h Oct. 1827 29-6t. PEACM 1'aigs- 0 000 of large site. Ian and iJ'ijf! Ctnlt at the expiratien of Families, or Gentlemen who TUV wis'ican !
thrifty, and vigorous growth ii, .D rBUIW work i% intended as an agree
and 'ery three months after subscribing; One be accommodate withpartrnents. private .
: 'm. 8 eluding die-finest V'ir2eteSbftbe Sooth of .far and Twe.ntftve Cents in adiwiice is required m. able at& instructive companion for GEO. FISHER a

France; wheie large quanlities are wa.nl- for six ntmths and no subscription the purloin, and au appropriate attendant Tallahassee, Dec. 15IifPItOSPLWl'Us

OF1i1V7LOItZD1A.DVOCd8IWE. ell llif price Dill be reduced. 'lV11l1J received tin less term. Its a\ the Toilet-\* te issued every_

PLUM: Tl1us 10,000 of the choisest columns are devoted io Free masonry.the \Veilnesday, commencing *iiJi the- first I i -

_ THE undersigned havingpurchased kinds, exOt'ldmgtybl'jft) )and healthy. Ails and Sciences Selections from the j Wednesday in July'1827.No I OF TU
exertion will be spared to render j
.flie Press and Type of the) above paper, GnirEi-Near 300 of the choicest varieties works of recent Travellers Mid wrIters "
respects worthy B\\ut\\eyn
announces to its former patrons and the selected with 'he greatest care upon the works of Nature Sketches o: i the of the public both as a -rie\1\t\\\"ist.

public,intention continuing its publication : from the Wine countries, from the 56th the Lives aid Characters of l Ev.irtcnt Individuals cheap and patrouage dcgaat emporium of useful i "'II E want ala work to which our

: under th -uQre title. i to the 54th degree or latitude, and consequently Essays on various .subjects., and interesting information and a valuable I. ters could refer tor infornrttinn;phn-re'.
oT stilted section of the Tales Skeichcs of Fancy Scaps of Semi.inent ,
In the a.
assuming responsibilities every repository of choice specimens ,cf 'latii'e to the Agriculture of the
Public Journal, the proprietor :s aware I Union-selections will be made by the aud Humour, Anecdotes, Poetry Miscellaneous Literature. Stiict attention section of the Union, has long been

of the arduous and difficult task he has proprietor, if desired, to uit any particular Foreign :n.i Domestic News, Literary will be bestowed on the moral tendency and has lung been submitted to as tVlt,
efficient and where, quantities News, &c. he. &c. a ne
undertaken ; but rlying upon locality, &rge 9I "THE SOUVENIR," and a con- cesstn-y evil for whJch no remedy
.. Aid from numerous friends, upou the indulgence I are desired, at reduced n.The gre The M*sonic Department contains Essays Htant wntcljfulness preserved over the hand. With! a sufficiency if talents was at
and his ofthe collection Ito Orations Addresses Odes, Hymns and
; of the public pledging : superiori present anyever and interesl.sofvirtae.A enterprise, to conduct
cause experiment
assiduous and unremitted exertions he I betore ottered the public w,11 o Sors, Accounts of Elections, Calendarof draw inferences to _
% portion of tbe contents will be as and to detail the
1 ;*,
hopes to render the Advocate a vehicle ot I pe ceivcd t) referring to the catalogues Regular Communications, and all other have yet
follows i we presented to tue WOI Id,the
ftseful inlorma Dn. Fohlical discussions, 1 or by visJUag: Lie tbtahlihment. luh m:1\lon touching the latere-ita af the I tacle cia minded mec
1. original and selected ; enterpruin
conducted with and -i of Ancient and IJ-morable Fraiernity.Sucli .
temperance propriety Catalogues be had gralif *
J" may
moral humorous and scientific ; agricultural community, destitute of .
will be freely admitted into its columns -: the Su!>sciiber a'id oulers left with jiorlr'ms of the Missellaneous_ DepaItneits'LH i'OETRT, original and-selected frnm the inal agricultural works, and orig

Without regard to existing parties I I him wUi be promptly alten.U-d to 1 1! are not occupied hy 'hil- 'al j best American and Foreign publications iIOGRAPHJC.Ar. solely en oral communications depending en-
stud without any participation on the part \V. IIA'-KLL HUNT, .1gen. matter. arc devoted to Selections from foreign
B SKETCHES of distin- publications, for all
of the Editor, in the divisionwhich] do Pen- eob J2il: Nov 1827. j choice aid vx uable works The ..Edttm1 our knowledge oa
I 1 Jui 1.elperson" male ajidjemide, particularly these subjects. Whilst others have
into CUe-
or may hercatter agitate the public ncl. is enteitd arrangements by which !
the latter fully collected and recorded
In short it will) be the of theEd lie recehes from Europr, regular files of ; ANECDOTES, the expert
object -
L 'w. 1 several periodical pubJications of the first I Mole, tc. 4'c. The\ original matter necessarj' ence of their practical farmers, we have
itor to render the paper acceptable'and
for this ef permitted the hurd
department our paper earned knowledge
useful to a1 J. Sutifitr.btr iiave associated] respectability In that country, and wbicjihac : of
: THE will furnished by individuals who are our fathers to nerish with them. Whilst
Jos. D ;- in practice, as Attornies, :j beiM thought eminently entitled to others
Davenport. advantagcoitsly known to the public have been straining
every nerve in
oanseHors and Proctors in the several) tiLe cuitfilence or'tbe American r&der I'
: CO'r \\\ Courts of Law, Chancery and Admiralty,!i and he uu'ts that, by making liberal expenses througa the medium the of their Literary productions the cause, we have: been mere locker
besides Whilst
Florida Advocate will be in the Middle and Western Diu'.ncts of ic enrich the columns of the Its ; numerous correspondents on. they have advanced r.tpidly; ,
publish J who may be expected to contribute we have been stationary oi at least
cd once week on a royal sheet, at five 1-1mid","inti ;in the Court Appeals at conn and MAG 121 SE. he will entitle iin. progressed but lava
in Hdnnct'AtJ'ertlScments Tallahassee. They will also] attend thehupenwr : >t If to a tumusepsurate share of the publicpiiroiiage slowly.
dollars per annum, payable -- II MISCELLANY-Interesting itemstfintl'l1ig"nce. From what cause has arisen the
Courtsofthe Counties of Dec. :
insetted at the rate of one .
and 'domestic of
iiirand Marly! in eoriiaand, the Circuit : The first numJier of the present volume occurrence superiority the North over the South'
dolla tor the C'bt insertion ,
per square I deaths,man iages &c. in All which relates
to A. riculturB ? 1m
: cents lor each con- Courts of Henry and Dale in AlAbama.I being the first,un lerthe above title,
antl fifty subsequent
it been
tinutncc. Advertisements will be inserted j I heir Office is \Vebbvllle, Juckhon was publbued an t lit:3d February last IlL ENGnA.VI GS.-l1te irt number that they alone hive turned
of month will be their attention to the that
County, Florida, at which place one or every they
t untiHoa-biJ, unless) specially ordered to Agtnls, or.procuring six subscribe* alone.have made
the other at all times be consulted a splendid quarto experiment profit
coflt!arV. may and forwtrding the i.noant ot* suuscn )-
the } / &tted to the s-ze- of the ed by them ? Not so.-The PUnlers of
The :present subscribers to the Auvo- except: when attending the fkmrts.letters tion to t'je editor will be cuijjled to a the
work which will be the South have been as
folluwing enterprizm.and
business will receive inniedi among
on .
- as active in their resivr.hes
Alhambra Ancient of Man. as those tff
tc attculiun. ,
above receued
Subscriptions to at
letiers intended for this mutt
p2.per the North.' li'it whilst the discoveries
Palace of the Mountain
the Office of-the Pensacola G.lZ tte. JAMES WERD, i Burning
t aid aud directed to
rETJill W. 4AUTIER, Jr.I po { Moorish Kings in one the seven made b} the latter are immediately!

TIlE Webbville, 15 i\ev. 1827.-35-7i. ft. 13. Child. SI'.n. w( iders of Data brought into notice by their periodical

.lan vt J\". T. dugust, 1827 View of the Pu.lhilJ)>. publUatiol1,Ihn..of the former are knows

c CASK.ET'Ht -}ISSOLU1.'IOX.'I1UE manent Bridge Grotto of Oselies. but to few, for want of a proper veiiicle:
of communication. Hence it has
over the S.cJtuylTemple of Pluto. been
oTlIB AM.a.1\AHT.d
FLOWElVoF.J partnership: of FINLAT & llc'iu. kill. Pont Uu Gard near that their improvements have been more

in cons>eqncnce of toe death} .' uu aEtna. from the Niamey Langue- rapid than ours, and that we are at tins
11TTI \ r V
;. \.\ ItE"I AH Jumtrs llusliton dissolved; all ;>erous MASONIC GARLAND. G ar
WIT & SENT1tNT! luting claims Against the Vile firm, Prince of Bisca. ascent ofria. F Jedge. Such beingthecase, do<*s it- not
wili them the uub become our 4'lantrrs to forward and
present to nber I'orj come
f i'Hl5 patronage tUal Uas alr-adv b"eiJL ._ttio__,., __ _.. .. 'T_ "__ .. Mont P/lanc.
i L. ; 1-I- assist
A t J. Il.ul in and
extended to the C8 kf't. \\m n oniy \\tr lAisf t
cunie forward and make payment ( ; contribute irom time to time such infori.iution -
exceeded our most sanguine expectationsbut And Denitji o'cr ll>e Fabric&l.zei.I tershurgh sans, D:4ttphuilV.
,if we mistake tint, ?s UnpT(clt"nt din j oILS 110 indulgence can be given.JAilliS 'DIIr Arch Street Ferry Desert the tirandCliaitreuse L ; as may be of service to the com
FINLAY. munity. This wort will be livule. into
the annals of mnntlih litt-rnture..Thi' -- --- Philadelphia.Paraclete s ;
Prn* :o1a. 20th. Nn%'. 1337.-36-if tbcet! :: parte. Part 1st : 2d.Silections .
... success has induced n* to intend to give T has been suggeited, that a periodical founded East Prospect of Oi'irni-I'.lrt
th ork wurk,in th or avforrn. devoted hy Abelard.Giuht's Giant's Cause and llctieu'*-PJU-* 3J. Ajjrl:*
1 a more attractive brn for th' J I week-from tins date i will apply''

nsiiintr! year, as .V in its livmv d"- SIX the lit. the County Court for .he pxc1ucively MiS'isic. subjects of general Causeway way. cultural Information.
pa iments."as in it* d'corl'ieRs(1 typographical county of Ec&mbia. for letters of Admin- } intere/t to the Fraterni'y, would meet: j Sc Bridge of Bri.' Castle of Segovia, Put 1st. will contain alj) Original Us-

arrangements A Iefiflt of istr.itton on the t;state of Jons !1. G.\YLE, \ with approbation and support Solicited] I dul. Spain. says on Agriculture, Horticulture, Botany

type his been procured, -upon hich decked. CJiAKLfiS 1). UKODiE.Navy lo test the validity! of this opinion, bv exp Slat Prison, }.u. Lake of Kiljarney iiural Affairs, and Domestic Kcono-

it IS to be printed ; the sii and number Yard. Pensacola ? rll1ient-lb only ordeal bv which burn. New Vork. from Ken mure my. Not only the present staple articlesof

of the pages v'tfce]\ cor.si.lerablr Oct. i-5lh, 1827-31---6U $ milters of this kind can be def mtoly settled TynvraM Hill, Isle Pat*. the South will be attended to, but also
; .a. extended and ) ,--the subscribe Each the introduction ot' new objects of Culture !.
a subscriber be
enlarged ; and paper su. propose monthly will thus furnished I
perior to \hat.nOT publication underlie above title The with such as the Grape Vitae, Olive,papers
i used will he employ. iX.ll dj> iron. thii. date i will apJ yearly seventeen superior Copperplate
: ed In its publication; meantime, tint e. \ ply to 'lie lion. the County. Court of first object of th's! ; work, is to colJecvsujd Engravings, the price of which if Tea, Sugar Cane, Silk Worm and
very department exhibit Eocambia Count preserve, in a convenient ani- durable purchased others, which have as yet been untried,&
may a corres- to prove the will of t-tugly would mare than double -
form a portion of lie most useful and the annual of course not known how far they may
_ ponmng negree ofimprove-nenY "rTaiire.I ajicy tiorman dccca'teli. cost of.the entire work.
rnents nave been entered into with ar Anna K. Madrid. elegant MASON ADDBESSXS tint can be IV. THE TOILET.- addition to the I be cliln rtized. Only that branch of Horticulture -

't\sts for various decorations and ornaments. procured In making this selection; par UMial 1 Literary matter contained in si mi. will be fur the present attendedto

:The usual number of copperplates Pen sacola, 29ti! Oct. 1827. o3-.3t. ticular regard will be paid to perspicuity Jar publications, Proprietor has jompteted -i which relates to the Kitchen Garden.

will bi- found and it printed of 5tyle,elegance) diction. and applica ao arrangement by which fee w il1 When the proper time shall arrive we
'I to I furnish each number with two wood 89 President of the United -. bility of matter; so thaI) when combined be enabled to furnish! correct descrip- are prepared lo give directions lor the

,cflgraVnginsteac1 of one, as now nub States.purstnnce they shall form, as our title poetically ex I lions of the prevailing fa;huns, both foreign culture of the higher branches. .
.. lidu'l The wood presses r A fin LESS and Part 2d. will contain selections from
engraving represent of law I Joni QUINCZDAIN wmiTU uP MASON RT, domestic illustrated with ele-
inpscenes, or referring to incidents fa" a ,\ Presidcnt ofthf United States. -a watATB, that every MASOB shall b a : gant engravings besides the regular se- f' rtignVmb on the above subjects, w

: tniliar or interesting to most of our resrl of America, do hereby declare and niake witting t. entwine around the altar of do lies once in each quarter ; places ol I far as they may be applicable to tile soil
.t. era will be accompanied by well w-itten J known that a public sale will be hell at mefitic sappmess. For nothingcan tend I fashionable resort ; sketches of life manners -. and climate of the Southern section of the
t descriptions events-ami more to improve the heart '&,. Union, or hi some be of use to
# exhibitions con the Land Office at TalbJuniee, in ihe Territory to enhghteu I IP &c. at the earliest possible period may way
neeted with the picture-each reflecting I ot Florida, on the second in' the min, to render stronger th* bonds of and from the moat authentic sources.V. our planter: fteviews of such works as

.J4--, Upon the other's interest Smd value. i December next fi>r the disposal, Monday of the:: peace and *. nity;titan the inculcation r Editoi's department ; Notices of may treat of the Agriculture of thess

If i* our intention to render th- Catket 1 Undft herein designated to wit: tilt-ub1rfte scinti'nents and rigidmoralityuflh passing events ; The Drama; New Pub- States, or such as may either directly pr '

interesting to the variou cla w$es of readers -., Townships No. 1 and 2, of .o. 6.! .-*institution whi.U is the MAO,'. licutionm ; .Critir.iima i lleviewn, Stc ..c. indirectly have an influence on us, will
to whom periodical 'litertiir gne Townships No 1,2.4,5 range FIBST IOT ." The work will also comprise be inserted in this pan onne wor*.

: rally addresses itself; we shall then fe..tl and 6, and fractional, i I historical and other matter, worthyof T11B.MS. Part 3d. will contain brief Agricultural

,- called upon to search with renewed Attention -I i. townships No. 7 fc. 8, of Ilange No.7 pre:>erva aon. "THE SOUVENIR," will be published Notices so that our Planters may not remain .

and assiduity, for the most .interesting Townships No. 1, 4, 5, 6, That tHere tnav be no mitunderstandinginrigard every WEDNESDAY extra medium I ignorant of what is going on, but

contents of foreign tmgazines.while 7, and fractional town- to this work think fine white paper. l jmiited with new and L may have an opportunity of knowing

- a proper inducement will be held ships No 8 and 9, of Ilange No. 8 incumbent state, that a portion, we of the it: { elegant type and decorated in addition I what is done in the different part of the.

F out for native wri'.eh to contribute portion Township No.1. and matter which it wili contain.will be first to the engravings alluded to above with I world in aid of Agriculture. It is hoped

r- of their labtwrsto enrich our Casket. fractional townships published in the MASOHIC Miaaom. many Embellishments. Each Number that this knowledge, will be as a spur to

These regulations dan oe effected No. 9. 10. and 11, of Bange No. 9, only object in establishing The will comprise eight pages, cut, stitched I our enteprize and cause us also to make

F _: without any.sacrifice of that t light reading Township; No. 1 and :2, is to afford those, who prefer it/'a AKARANTB L and expressly adapted for binding. At fresh exertions. Here also will be iert-

L and general magazine nf small paragraphs and fractional: townships devoted exclusively to the i publication the expiration of every year, or the close ed a list of Agricultural, Horticultural, and
r that must enter into all works nt.f'TeWi'of of a vohim-, subscribers will be Botanical
literary ; furnished Works, and. occasionallysome
No.ll.and 12 of In ,
inasmuch as trie size of the work will be Range No. 10. Masonry. a weekly paper 'this gratis with a .
All general index of the contents notice will be taken of their 0ntDt$
situate South of the cannot the
: bsse line oe case. -Further
and I
very considerably enhLncf'd-iu contents we propose and a handsomely title : Advertisements Vorki -.
. East of the meridian. the vctavt form: because we believe tins : engraved Agricultural
therelore, may assume a more diversified : The Townships are to be offered form will bet meet the I page. i and implements, or any other wlucli nuf
in the wishes;
of .
form and boast an increase of solid m at- order above designated, beginning witn friends.--It is more'convenient for bind;ir : Price.of subsscription S"2 50 per annum interest the Planters gent-rally will bt

terThe I the lowest number of Section in each. ing, and is better adapted to the payable in advance. Postmasters published on a separate sheet and attacked
price of the Casket will be three library and ethers out oftbe
Lands far City,procuring five to each number.We .
reserved by law, for the of which we design to make it
use :
dollars and fifty cents but. if mere subscribers and ; diu
per annum- Sch becoming responsible for hope all favorably '
such as are
JU1" or for other but
purposes, arc to be- ly.a elegant, a valuable ia1l.
the subscription is p.iid in advance 2 50 ,acquisJ the trill be I
excluded from sale. The JU.ANTBill payment entitled to a sixth copy posed to the work will assist us in contn
Will be received as pay uent in full. ] Gircn under be published oa I gratis butin* to i its and aIs in procuringsubscribers
k my hand at the City o1Wa2ing; the 15th of each month to contain t&ir- pxgcs, )
The arrangements that we have made &o ,-t ; The Copper-Plate embellishments will I for all l! WIW
twenty-eigljth it. We
day of May, A.L). 1&J7. .. octavo request,
: age
, for publication of tbe Casket, warrant us + John Cjuiucy Adams. vutli fine elegeotly printed on h be superintended fay the Publisher, and are sposed: to contribute, tC) forward to
_: |n assuring its patrons tbat it shall equal new type paper. Every other the typographical of
Bi the President. number, be emlifllished part the work will I u?their communication as early as pot
in attraction, work of the kind th with aa eie be tiuder the
any t exclusive directioa of sifole. Those who have itvje .
has 1625t. tiEO. GRAHAM gant t'ngraved or lithr"W-Kphic print, adapted expert
been published ; while its price is Messrs. Atkinson and Alexander, who I meiUs with Grape Vines; Olives Silt
*rccly half that of the most Commistioner ot the General Land Office when practicable to the coqtcn'uf have been
ordinary the work so long known to the public as I Worms, or any otnerrt.cles, new to otflf
: monthly publications. able and enterprising artisans,' that it is I States, or can give wl'
g : information
I The Patrons of the Casket who intend to : iuidays ply tor Letters trom of this Adm date I MUI ap!' The price will be two dollars a year1payabie entirely unnecessary to say that so far as tive to them we particularly solicitto
continue tbe after on the
work the on reception of the first
: present year : the esUtfe of John number they_ are_ __concerned_. there.. can be noUUUUL I communicate what they, IWIlV know oB
trill please to indn1stbrir wi"hes bv cambia A. loge, late ot Ei- ) vrhich will be put to press as soomaasEdent uL as io me elegance ot its execution the subject. ---- --' ----- -
: the County, deceased.
*Sending subscnpUon in aa"anutbe number of subscribers and with '
I are his
regard to own share of th* TER -This work will b: pnintea
I increasing expenses of the paper James Fendleton.Pensacola obtameiJLto.warrant the expense. Arrr arrangementMhe t l". binds himself on rood
paper ,
ann in the octavo
printing, engravings &c. render-it abso. 8th Oct. 1827r--29-. individual who will obtain subscribers, in case lie should fail to perform any essential at Jg 5 f p.r a the deli'erf
nuni payable on
lutely for be and
us to furnished boll |
necessary responsible will '
of his :
part undertaking, to refund or **ie f.st number-SQ, if paid tw
with the of to seventh
: means' meeting expenditures NOTZGE. a copy. Secretaries of the price subscription.1. mouths after. The first number will be

promptly. I CONSTITUTE and appoiat Micajali Lodgetjjand .agents for the Mirror general Agents will. shortly" be -sppoin ed in ;jsjued on the first January next and 0 o
Atkinson & Alexander of Pensacola )Jy, ar requested to interest themselves different
Crupper my agent and I patti of the United States until. the first of every month succeeding II

_ Ii Philadelphia. attorney all matter* and things relative ill this \CDrk. Letters,peitpatd, .may 'be I' which,time subscriptions be received numbers of from 32 to 50 pages, aceo

to the delivery and receiving pay for materials : addressed to the subscribers, a* pub i 'by PHILIP_PRICE.Jr. No. 66 Lombard panied with when
engraving necessary
It may be well ti sfat.,thu the "Cas- at the Navy Yard. era of the Masonic Mirror, Boston ) Street. Philadelphia toivhornall
fcet for 1827 will form distinct volume r .v orders John D. Legare.
Moore will be
E. 'addressed'/KM*
Montgomery.. Wevej. paid.-And aU.
& $2 50 t and on MS eompletion.wiU by.JUOAH DOBSON.108: Charleston, August,1a27.1JS1thscip1ion3 .
contain thirty six Mobile, 6th Sept. 182729tf Boston 1827.. .Chesnut streets& .
splsndJd.engrv, ,August .at the Office_of-I he,SATURDAY. EVENING r.csiu4. aJ t
fogs with flearly 500 pages of letter press UrnjberaaftheMaloma .Qdxtti .
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printing, constituting one bf the cheapest 1tagist.es' ln'kaftC and others dispoaed to 4eQ Jcl.the ,
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publications in the United Slate A various kinds for Sale at fc of the above .works ; 'are requested 'Sib criis" : PTKNa..Ucutcibith ,
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