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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 28, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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Laws of I fie United State pans of a accompanyingdostjments I gooclUQderatandmg between_ the parties codntr ; whto_ : tbeMerchrg-4
'tdlliherGIh f:rank and-cordial acknowledgement'ofLhe.magnaniznjy *, <: and a correspondence between would be ,beneficial to far interestsoftxrth. 1 rith' the, ordinaryiat io& M ke.

UBSCRlrTlulf-Yev $5 t with'which *nfiAnnnM.lie t 1 the Secretary ofStatd.aid the Minister The.origin* of the political relation I IDaIDlf authdrued toatt nd i.the coafenn.
Half year 3 Ii I nation thcTcpanttiph of their own Great Britain, on this sabjectare now cornmunicaUd. 1 between' the United ,tate..and 1 cfes of the-Congress;whenever they may bbresUrbed.
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Quarter year t ,wrongs achieve a ti4 nih more'gipti.US : Measures have been taken masc .Prance, is coeval with the first of to '
Subicription payable in advance. 'I CADfERTIII"O. ) than any field of blood can ever 'beI I !$ain the state Ifthe facts mare car. I[ur Independence. The meoxxry years out is hope was for short time entertained

Every advertisement 2 ItUW.. 1 irctljr by.the employment of a special' i interwoven with that of our arduous that a Treaty of Peace actually "liPed
and strug.gie
column
.the width oton' measuring I The Conventions of 3d JuWifllS! and :agent ta visit the pot where the allege 1 for national xiltence.Veak than twelve lines of this type,first as 'and Brazil
not more t 20th' will f I1 I outrages have occurred, t result of it would supersede all farther occasions
dollar, each weekly continuance C) OC fbrr. 1818. expire by 'ie has occasionally been since that time. for those
insertion fifty one cents; longer and wider ones at heir: ow limitation on the '20th :Otoher, I j whose enqmri'?*, when received will beransrnittel it can by MS never He forgotten ; and we erent pretensions collisions and neutral between bellig.which
rights
I.r ,
I .
1828. These have direct to Congress.While should hail
regulated th* with exultation the
same rate. Rule and figure work, 1 moment are so commonly the result of maritime
the commercial intercourse between the Un'tted 'I. *o many of the subjects of high which! shonl indicate
recollection
double' price for the first insertion. Ad- a equally war, and,which have unfortunately disturbed
Tertisements will be tastefully displayed l, j II 1 States and Great Britain upon interest to the friendly relaMo-w between friendly( in spirit, on the part of the harmony of the relations between

according to the nature of them, and will t 1 terms of th- most perfect reciprocity ; the two countries have been so far ad France. A fresh effort has recently been toe United Slates and the Brazilian GOT
of this size ami they efferf l ,jtisted, it ii -natter of regret that theirviews made by the Minister of toe
be measured by matter type. II < a temonrary co'nnromise ; United rnro nts. At their last session, Cones
When inserted at intervals, (that is, not in- i ; of the r spectiv** ri jhte und claimstotrrrtorv respecting the commercial intercourse States residing at Paris, to obtain a consideration were informed that some of the naval officers : ;

nerted everv week, from the first to the 1 wes'w\rt of th* Roclcv Mo in between the U'\lte.t States ail the of tile just claims of citizens! of of that Empire|iad advanced and prac I

last insertion; ) each insertion will be charg. I ra;ns. Thee Riranfenients hive been : Urittsh Colonial pHtseiwons, have not the United States, to the reparation of filM upon principles rellttioo to blockades .

<.l a* a new advertisement.-Amounts for I rnntmiied for Rn indefinite n rio'l of eq-inlly approximated; to a fri eiit(ly agree wrongs long since committed, many of and jientral navigation, which we

advertising payable always on demand. times after he expiration "ft he above-j ment. them frankly acknowledged, and all of could not sanction, and which tour com- '1

iTp 1/iberal contracts will be made with mention r ov nttoni ; leauij' lch'partv At tae co nmencement of the last Se them entitled, upon every principle of maaders found it accessary to re iJt. It appears

tbs who wish to advertise by the year. th, 'ihpt1v of terminalinythem. bv i sio. if Congress they were informed of justice to a candid examination. The that they have not been sustained by

{Jj: ronriinnirntions directed to W.Uaell '. 4yi-g twelve fnbnth notic* to th- the sudden and unexpected& exciUMon% by proposal last made to the French Government the Government Brazil itself. Some ot*

Hunt, Post Master, Pensacola, will ot" 'r. The radical prinsmle of aU com- the Hntisli Government, of access in vessels has been to refer the subject the vessels captured under the assumed authority -

be ilulv attended to. mf'tci\1 inter-nt11'Se between 5ndfriAn'l- of tlitUiuterl States, to all their co- which has formed an obstacle to this con of(hose erroneous principles have

-,.- _-,.- .-.-:.:.. '. .._- ._-_____-- ent nat'oni, ;is the mutual interest of both himal ports, except tuose im-nediately sideration to the determination of a Sovereign been restored ; and we trust that our '

V'), \1'f. parlies. It is the vital smrit of trade' it. bordering upon ui1 own xerntoriis. lit the common friend of both. To just expectations will be realized that adequate -
the amicable discussions indemnity will be made to all tbe cit
= ,-:., --.-:= '--_----- -- .If r nor can it be reconciled to the; nature wiicb have uc.cee'teit |. this offer no definitive answer has yet izens of the UnIted States who have suffer
ft'' "M'Jo of man, or the primary Jaws of Vi the adoption of this measure, I been received; but the gallant and hon edby unwarranted captureswhich the Brazilian
.! '?. ".Q man society, that any traffic should long whicn, :us it affected harshly the interests : orable spirit which has at all times been tribunals themselves have

0' THE be willingly pursttedoIwhich all the ad. of tae United states, bfM.ne a subject of tbe pride and glory of France, will not ed unlawful. ptoooaoO-

PRESIDENT OF 'J HE UNITED vAntaq. 'roen edc. ,J.U: ',he-htir. "po.uIA9n9i1 our p rt, the principles. ultimately permit the demands of innocent In the diplomatic discussions at Rio da _
srvns. 4es on the other. Trets:: oF Commerce uponvn.Cti iu jastiticntifbn Uw en BttfFere.rs to be extinguished in the Janeiro, of these sustained citizens

wrongs by
Communicated to both tlouses. at the have been found bv experience, placed have ben of a' diversified charac- mere consciuu-ness of the power to re. of the United States, and of other
commencement of tfil? Virst Sessionof to he among the most effective instruments ter. It has been at once ascribed to i Q ject then which seemed as emanating immediately

the twentieth Congress. for promo'.insf peace and harmony mere recurrence to the old long established A new Treaty of Amity, Navigation, from the Government i Itself the Charge d'-

between nations whose interests, exclusively i principle of colonial monoo ly, and and Commerce has been concluded with Affaires the United States, under an impression -

'fgtlic Senate and Home of Representatives considered on either side, are .I at tli same time to a feeling: of resentment the Kingdom of Sweden, which will be that his representations in behalf

of the United States. brought into frequent collisions by com because the offers of an Act of Par- submitted to the Senate for their advice of the rights & interests of his countrymen

Citiient the Senate and petition. In framing such treaties. U is lianent, opening the c ilonial ports upon with regard to its ratification. At a more were totally disregarded and useless, deemed /
,1tllo"ft of the duty of each party. not simnly to certain conditions had not been grasped recent date, a Minister Plenipotentiary it his duty, without waoiing for instructions

of the house Representative has with unyielding pertinacity that at with sufficient eagerness by an instantaneous from the Hanseatic Republics of Hamburg terminate his official function, to-

A re\olut5onofthe seasons nearly urge which suits its own interest, but to con I' confornit y to them. At a subsequent Lubeck, and Bremen, hai been received demand his passports and return to the United -
the .
brtn completed since and States Representatives of this U-- ce.le 'lh"rally to that which. adapted period it has been intimated that charged with a special missionfor States. This movement, dictated by
of the People
tn the interest of the other. To acc'ion-' the new exclusion was in resentment because the negotiation of a Treaty of Amity an honest zeal for the honor and interestsof
!ion were last assembled at this place, to of and indent his country; motives, which operated
plishthis, ltt'1'J'e; i4:1 anerally required a prior Act Parliament of 1822, Commerce between tbat and
deliberate and to act upon the common the mind of the officer who
thin simple observance: of the rule opening certain colonul ports, u'Ier !, renowned league and the United States. exclusively upon
a
iwnortant interests of their constituents. reciprocity and wt-re it possible fr heavy and burdensome restrictions, to I'nis negotiation nas according!? b en- resorted to ft has not been disapproved by '
Jr. that interval the never siumbering 1 ; I me. The Brazilian Government, however,
vessels of the United States, had not commenced and is now in ," the
progress
of nation, by
stratagem
the statesmen one
of wise and beneficent Providencrha complained of it as for which c
a measure no
eye 'and. to obtain from the been reciprocated by an admission of I result ofMiicli will, successful, be also
its thewe'fare | management intentional had been
continued
adequate cause
guardian care over given
: ofan.ither, British vessels from the colonies: and submitted to the Senate for their con ide"
: an
of our beloved countrv. The weakness or ignorance ration. by them ; and upon an explicit assurance,
their without
blessingnf: health has continued generally over-rea chine: treaty such a coaipirct cargoes any restriction or through their Charge d'Af ires, residinghere
to prevail throughout the land. The would prove an incentive to war rather discrimination whatever. But, be the Since the accession of the Emperor Nicholas that a successor to the late representative .
blessing ofpece with our brethren of than a Hond of peace. Our conventions motive for the interdiction what it ;ai&y to the Imperial throne of all the of the United States near that Government .

the human has been enjoyed with- w'th Great Britain are founded upon the the ilritish G )\crn'nel hue iriinifested I Russias, the friendly dispositions towards the appointment of whom tbe.1desired .

out interruption race internal quiet has left nrinciplcs of reciprocity The commercial no disposition, ether Uy negotiation or the United States, so constantly manifested would be received and treated
; intercourse between the two countries by corresponding legislative enactments, by his predecessor, have continued unaba- I with the respect due to his character, and
felloe-citizens! in the
full
cur ofall their rights and the free enjoyment exercise is greater in magnitude and amount to recede from it, and we have been griv; ted; and uav. been rcently testified by : that indemnity should be promptly made for IvJ

; than between two other nations on en distinctly to understand.thitt neitherof the appointment of a Minister Plenipotentiary nil injuries inflicted on citizens of the United
of all their the impulse any
f
faculties
to pursue the globe It is, for all purposes of benefit. the bills whicn were under tile consideration to reside at this ,lace.' From the interest States, or their property, contrary to tho .
of their nature. and thc ob1igationoftlleir both and in of Congress at their last Sessumould I taken by this Sovereign in behalf of laws nations, a-temporary commission at
to as precious
advantage .
luty, in the imnrovement of their : all or far more extensive than if have been deemed sufficient in the suffering Greeks, and from the spirit Charge d'Affaires to that country has been .

own condition. The productions of the ,. probability, still constituent of their concessions, to have bten rewarded with which others of the Great European issued, which it is hoped, will entirely restore ..

r soil,the exchanges of commerce, the vi. the parties were .nation. Treaties parts bel by any relaxation from the British later.did. Powers arc co-operating with him, the the, ordinary $iptow.atkJntarcwusebctweri '. -
vifying b 'ours of hnmao industry, have one and the. same b intercourse It is OH* of the inconveniences inseparably frieod of fr dota'1In humanity may the two governnents, and the
combined to.mingle in our cup a portion ween. ..much StaiMretfulAtlnfr *audad- connected with the attempt to indulge the,Hope, that they will obtain relief friendly relations between their respective
of enjoyment as 'laige and liberal as the of peace between them from that most unequal of conflicts, i nations.
; indulgence! of heaven has perhaps ever justing interests of such transnendant importanCe adjust this by nature reciprocal that legislation neither interestsof which they have so long and so gallantly Turuing fromthe momentous concern
. ,
to both which have been foundin party can sustained that will the blessings in its intercourse with ,
granted to the imperfect state of man upon : they enjoy of our Union foreign
would
know what !ie satisfactory to the '
earth ; and asthe purest of human feli&ty a long experience of yea's mutually of self-government, which? by their nations, to those of the deepest interest in
consists in its participation with advantageous, should\ not be lightly cancelled other ; and that after enacting a statute sufferings in the cause liberty they have the administration of our internal affair,
avowed sincere
for and
the
others it is no small addition to the sum or discontinued Two conventions purpose of richly earned ; and that their independencewill we find the revenues of the "present year
for continuing in force trios above conciliation, it will generally be found utterly be secured those liberal institutions be
of our national happiness at this time. by corresponding as nearly as might expected
that l to mentioned have been concluded betweenthe inadequate: to the expectations of of which their country furnished the earliest I with the anticipations of the lastand
and
peace prosperity prevail a
(1egrtee1Iom experienced over tltewhole Plenipotentiaries of the two Govern- the other party, and will terminate in examples in the history of mankind, and presenting an aspect still more favorablein

habitable! globe though as mentson the -6th of August last, and will mutual disappointment.The which have consecrated to immortal remembrance the promise of the next. The balance
yet biwith ; presenting foretaste he forthwith hid before the Senate for session of Congress having terminated the very soil for which theyare in the Treasury on the first of January last

of that blessed p-ijnful exceptions of a when the exercise of their constitutional authority without any act upon the subject, now again profusely pouring forth was six millions three hundred and fifty-
period promise their blood. The sympathies which the eight thousand six hundred and eighty-six
, the lion shall lie down with the lamb concerning them. a Proclamation was issued on the 17th of
and In the execution of the Treaties of March last conformably to the provisions People and the Government of the United dollarsand eighteen cent Tne receipts
wars shall be no more. To preserve, States hare so warmly indulged with their : from that day to the 30th of September last,
:. of the 6th section of the Act of'1st
to improve, and th sour- Peace of November 1782, and Septem.
to
perpetuate their : of them received
have been the
cause acknowledged by as near as returns yet
ber 1783 between the United States and March, 1823, declaring the fact that the
c;s and to direct in their most effective Government, in a letter thanks, which I can show, amount sixteen millions eight
channels, the streams which contributeto Great Hritain: and which terminated the trade and intercourse authorised by the have received from their illustrious Preside hundred and eighty-six thousand five hun-

the public wen1-. Is the purpose for war OJ our Independence, a line of boundary British Act of Parliament of t he 21th at, a translation of which is now commu- hundredand eighty-one dollars and thirty- "

which government wa Instituted Objects was drawn as demarcation: of June, 1822. between the United States nicated to Congress, the Representatives of' two cents. The receipts of the present

of deep importance to the welfareof territory between the tWoS countries, extending and the British enumerated colonial ports, thnt Nation to whom this tribute of grati- quarter, estimated at one million five bun

the Union are constantly recurring over nrur twenty degrees of latitude had been by the subsequentcts of Parliament tude was intended to be paid, and to whom dred and fifteen thousand added to the a*

1 demand the attention of the Federal Legislature and ranging over seas, lakes and of 5th July 1825 and the Order it was justly due. bove, form an aggregate of twenty-one

; and they call with accumulated mountains, then very imperfectly explored of _ouncil of 27th July. 1826, prohibited.The In the American hemisphere the cause of millions/ four hundred thousand dollars of

1;, interest, it the first meeting of the two and scarcely opened to the geograpi- effect of this Proclamation, by the freedom and Independence has continued I receipts. The expenditures of the year

Houses after their periodical renovation cal knowledge of the age. In the progress terms of the Act under which it was issued to prevail ; and signalized by none of may perhaps amount toiwenty-two millions

Te 'iresent to their consideration from of discovery and settlement by both has been that each and every pro. those splendid triumphs which had crooned three hundred thousand dollars, presenting

time to time subjects in which the inter- parties since that time, several questionsof vision of the Act concerning Navigation, I with glory some of the preceding years, it a small excess over the receipt But of .

*its o'fthe nation are most deeply involved boundary between their respective of 18th April, 1818, and of the Act supplementary has only oeen from the banishment of all I these twenty-two millions, upwards of six .

and for the regulation of which the Territories, have arisen, which have been thereto of 15th May 1820, external force against which the struggle have been applied to the discharge of the -

1 legislative: will is alone competent is a found exceedingly difficult adjustment.At revived, and is in full force. Such, then, had been maintained. The shout of victory principal of the public debt; the whole a-

: duty prescribed by the Constitution, to the close of the last war with GrpatDritnin is the present condition of the trade that has been superseded by the expulsion of mount of which, approaching seventy-four t

: the p<.rtormai c. of u,>>:.), tbo GrISt m ..ctWff four of tlicac JUCatlOnS pressed useful as it to both parties it can, with a the enemy over whom it could have beer. millions on the first January last, will on
of the themselves the consideration of the be carriedon the first day of next year, fall short of six
new Congress is H period emi- upon single mo:nentary exception, achieved. Our friendly wishes and cordial
n mly appropriate, and which it is now negotiaturs of the Treaty ot Ghent, but directly by the vessels of neither. good will, which have constantly followedthe ty-seven millions and a half. The balance ia ;
ay purpose to discharge. wituout the means ot concluding a defini- That exception itself is found in a Procla- southern nations America in all the Treasury on the first of January next,

Our relations of friendship with the tive arrangement concerning them. They nution of the Governor of the Island of vicissitude- of their war of Independence, it U expected, will exceed five millions four

other nations of the earth, political and were referred to three separate commissions St. Christopher, and of the Virgin Islands are succeeded by a solicitude, equally ardent hundred and that fifty of thousand dollars of a sun

. r1 COmmerci.have, been preserved unimpaired consisting of two Commissioners.one inviting, for three month! from the and cordial l, that, by the wisdom and exceeding the first of that exhibited January :
1825 abort
:I : ; and the opportunities to improve appointed by each party, to examineand 28th of August last, the importation of purity of their institutions, they may secure though first of falling last.
. them have been cultivated with anxious decide upon their respective claims. the articles of the produce of the United to themselves the choicest blessings of on the foreseen January of the ,;.
It the
was that revenue
arul unremitting attention. A negocia- In the event of disagreement betweenthe States which constitute their export por. social order, and the best rewards of virtu- that of the
present wjuld not equal
oa upon suojects of high and delicate Commissioners, it was provided that tion of this trade In the vessels of all na. ous liberty. Disclaiming alike all right last, which year had itself el 1eu1hanthat of :

: interest with the government of Great they should make reports to their several tions. That period having already expired and all intention interfering in those concerns the next preceding year. But the hope
their
of
.; Britain, has terminated in the adjustment Governments ; and that the reports the state mutual interdiction has which it is the prerogative them shall had been realized which was entertained,

Mme of the questions at issue upon should finally be referred to the decision again taken place. The British Govern Independence fitwe hail to with regulate as to indication of that these deficiencies would in no wise interrupt -

Misbctory' terms, and the postponeroeut of a Sovereign, the common friend or ment have not only declined negotiation their seem of their joy every of their the steady operation of the discharge .

I or others for future discussion.and agree- both Of these Commissions two have upon thin subject, but, by the principle persevering prosperity and, inflexible harmony h to those of the public debtby the anodal tea
Ir.pnl. The terminated their ssians and investigations have assumed with reference to it- mage the Act ot a
purposes of the Convention already & they principles of freedom and ot equal rights, millions devoted to that object by
concluded at St. Petersburg, on the litth one by entire and the other have precluded even the means of nego which are alone suited to the genius and si l\farch, un 7. .
: 1Y ut JUlY. 1822 The Commissioners tiation. not the self-reap ect of duties secured en merchandise
under the mediation of by partial agreement. It" becomes temper of the American nations. It has The amount
the1te fifth article of the of of the United either solicit i from the commence
Emperor Alexander, have been of the Treaty States, to gratuitous been therefore with some concern that we imported
&!Tied into efFect by a subsequent Con- Ghent have finally disagreed, and made favors,'or to accept as the grant of' have observed indications of intestine divisions meat of the year until thfi 30th of Septen

'. \'tnllln Cote| I u d'at London on the 13th I their conflicting reports to their own go a favor that for which an ample equiva in some of the.Republics the South, tember last, is twenty-one millions t".

01\l'\?I\'embt'r. la26 the ratifications of vernments. But from these report a lent is exacted. It remains to be determined and appearances of less unio with one bundled and twenty-six tboiisand, and tbe-

.*. hlI were exchanged at that place on great ,difficulty has occurred in making by the respective governments, another, than we believe to be the interestof probable amount of that which will be secured U
of the
. day of February last. A of up a question to be decided by the Arbitrator. whether the trade shall be opened by all. Amoig the rerjlts-of this state of during the remainder year,

tPocIaInalion ISsued on the cOPT nine- This purpose has, however, been acts reciprocal legislation. It is in the. things has been that Vne.Treaties concluded five millions seven hundred. and sum seventy-toed .
dollars forming a
COD'e teenMay_of March last, publishing this effected by fc fourth Convention, concluded :mean time satisfactory tu know, that apart at Panama do not fcppear to hive been ratified four thousand millions.; With the allow.
herewith London .,the from the inconveniences resulting from a (he and that twenty-seven
COil is communicated to J at .by .Plenipotentiaries i by contracting parties and contingent defi '
drawbacks
and t. The sum of twelve hundred the two governments on the 29th of Sep disturbance of the usual channels of trade, the creeling of.the Co ',reu'at Tacubaya, 'ances ciencie for.which may occur, though not specifically

Iy dollt tl0Uisnd, ni ne hundred and wxin -I tember last. It will be submitted together no loss has been sustained by the com has been Indefinitely postponed. In aCcepting foreseen, we may safely estimate

thc.cllir, therel; stipulated to be paid to with the others to the considera- merce, the navigation or the revenue of the'invitations to be represented at the receipt<>f the ensuing year at twenty-

Article indemnity unUer the first 1< lion,of the enae.I the United States, and none rnagmtufU this Congress while :ia manifestatioa. wac two million* three hundred thousand dollar -
:
duty% : the I'resUv of Ghent has been While these questions hare been pendIng is to be apprehended from this existing, intended on the part of the United wrth States the) *:'; 'a re verMM*for the next equal U the txpeDditare" '
of the friendly disposition
futed CO'ed and the Commission institoihe I ,incidents have occurred of conflicting ,- state of mutual interdict Southern most whom bad/been of the present year.
Republics by,
(hhen'Qrma ly ,act of Conness pretensions, and of dangerous character With. 'the other maritime and commercial proposed, it .was hoped Ib.t'I,it woujd, furnish ,The'Jeep solidtude, felt by our citizens
tributicond ut.Ma I list for the diB- upon the:.territory itself in dispute be Nations of Europe; our intercourse an opportunity far 'bridging *III1Ie oC Ud ael'thtoal.boutche Union, for the

entitled.fthe.lndemmtt.to; the persons tweenthe two Ntious.By., a .common continues with little variation. Sitvc the na oaa.'of is' hewiqMie f to the camaJoxr o'tald1s .rge.ofthe puolic debt,wUJ iipolojlte. :

'n4aPPToacLtin reetlvo It, are ao in session, understanding between the,Governments I cessation by the Convention of 24th June, ackno wledgmsat, *ri(fidaptioo of the Pfindplei .for the earnestness with,'which I deem :

e1rlibor. e conuauD&tion of it was agreed: that no exercisa of .excluVsive ;1832 of ul discrimin&ttngdutie* upon in regulation oftheir I intern'atkinial it my'duty to urge hit topic upohtbt consideration .J
0 CJ tbe mo.t .1lua final j disposal l of one 4 'jurisdiction by cither"* party*,-while the vessel of the United and of relatioas which would have 'secured si of Congrewf recpnwne'ndingj,

tweel) the anrul topic. of collision be. I the negotiation wa .pen4i r, suoukl j 1'France. in either country, our trade with lasting peace and harmony:between 'them; sto them!again the obwrvance of the strictert -

han, not United :btea And Great Bri- change the Ute of the question of rif ht thatnaiion has incm* d .and is increas and bare promoted 'tbecatt e b/ 'ratirualbenevolence economy in toe application of the pub >

Ation to Only 4f'Jrd an occasion gm\ to be definitively ettd.r, Such'collision ing.' A disposition on the part of France throughout:the gtobe.' But as I tit A thd..-: The depression upon the re.

O\Ll'khes but has had, the j l has pcrcrUieicjp reptoUy lateu pUcc, by I babc. mnt'teIttI r' n4t1tatI ne o. e.bsuacc lapped ta fere aryeji. t' 'u. USlb cf Ac rereaue which bad commenced



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the hands Ceogress. Of the lands IO.td.t.1 TtiI".e"b t6getto more ffinttTn0nLwforth. a
from three to. JourcailHoM of we
.; be jar cxpec'ed as ne c&ujudjefloni to continue through experience the oune may I income of the'nation. ,.b& e'tbi,laifs enacted anunaj -cWidmble part .were coo'tyed.et I for the, "use'of schotls,,'win, at.no daUritperiod whment of. .ofi' nder (Mmln. p

of the ensuing year. [In rhe mean rime, au : at the .three most: recent seui u* of Congress extended credit, which,'in the1-vicissitudes I form a mimj of wealth efficient Jprpperly hare b apprehended within he-hfJ
alleviatio.-! from the burden of the public I been applied, writbout intrenching and fluctuations In the value of the lands, applied, advance tbe genius ';year, for cnrMl the 't'ost atJ'ociou late

debt will, iu the three|years, have beeo effected upon the necessities of 1-heTreasury. without and of their produce, became oppressively of our country to its highest attainable (,i ben turned losse upon society be,1, h'ftl
to the amou: nearly sixteen mil adding ,dollar: to ttt* taxes or debts borih Dome to the purchasers. It can degree of perfection. The same law 'no i meant were provided for their

lions, aud the charge Of annual interest will of the community without superseding never be'lhe interest, or the policy of tbe gives to .Governor and Council the' nance until a trial could be had. tnainte.

.- have been reduced upwards of one million. eveh the steady and regular discharge of natiou, to,wring from 4ts own citizens the power to I lese the lands thus granted, nity has thus been granted to crime trnpu.
and
the debts contracted informer days, which reasonable profits of their industry enterprise and to the rents felons
But among the maxims of politic economy from year to year, apply have triumphed in the pte"i1inr
-. which the Stewards of the public mon within the game three years, have been diminished by holding them to the rigorousimport In 'to the use.ofschoot, and to the establishment ;anarchy Such a state ortbin;

;' should} never suffer without urgent necessity by the amount of nearly sixteen of disastrous engagements. pf a seminary of learning as i a remedy imposes a high detU&n lt
millions
: to be transcended, is that of keeping millions dollars. 0 March, 1821, a debt of twenty twO they may direct.' 'upon'those who can alone responsibility
within the limits The same observations are, in a great dollars, due by purchasers of the public apply tbe c0r-
: the expenditures of the year I To youwho are so intimately acquainted rective. This leads me to the
accumulated which they were
of its receipts. The appropriations of degree, appltcable-'to the appropriations UndX bad \ of thein" with the situatien and circumstances of tion of a subject/lelicate in Consid r<.

-.. the two 1ft It years, including the yearly two 1 made for fortifications upon th* coasts aod unabTato MWh'"l821 pay. An act Congress their relief, and our country, it would be needless to ad. dreaded only by timid polUiclanr Jegi onbut
the United States for the maintenance CAme to I
harbors of -
millions of the sinking fund have each e-: rntaf1
latest vance an argument to prove that very the subject of taxation.
of the Military Academy at West has b fncceeded by others, the In this Tei'it
qualled ar.Vbile the promised foresee revenue with of the confidence ensuing Point, and for the various objects tinder the being the tlct"ofthe 4th of May, 1826, the 1 few, if any, of these tracts could nora be'leased ry the General GoreVnraent his .

the we coffers will be replenished superintendence of the Department of theN jndulgent provisions of which expired on I to advantage and that the,rents, us from the most of this bttrtnen,7or'
.
thai public OUr
from the as fait as they will be vy. The Report ofthe Secretary of f the the 4th of July last. The effect of these iPauy, would be inadequate to effect'any l Legislatures, our ,Judges sod our Hu.
receipts
draiued the expenditures equal'in a- Navy, and those from the subordinate laws has been to reduce the debt from the of the objects contemplated. They shah are. 'aid by the United States

xnoMnt to by those of the current year, it i, branches of both the Military Departments, purhavers, to a remaining balance of about should be sold and not leased, and the houses and jails are also fUl1Iiahtd i oiL.court

should not br forgotten that they could ill I exhibit to Congress, in minute detail, the four millions three hundred thousand dollars suggestions ofthe Council as to the time j, us in sever,) places, and there is
suffer the exhaustion of larger disburse present condition of the public establishments due; more than three-fifths of which and manner of selling them whether j left for Florida, but the trifling el ftothinr

4; ments. dependent upon them ; the executionof are for lands within the State of Alabama. made at their present. or at any future 1: incident to the prosecution and alO

The condition of the Army, and of all the the acts of Congress relating to them 1 recommended to Congress the revival, session, would no doubt receive from I keeping of offenders. Our Territory'lar

-. branches ot the publc service, under the and the views ofthe officers engaged in the and continuance for a further term, of the {i Congress the most attentive considera is involved, in an amount winch wiU too.

uprrintendance of the Secretary ofVu'l several branches of the service, concerningthe beneficent accommodations to the public I tion. nut hether they should be soldat quire a larger revenue iban would re
from improvements which may tend to their del ton, of that statute ; and submit to their the would command demanded.. oth
wlU be seen by the report price they now or p wise To.meet the
: eno the documtuts with which it is accompanied -i perfection. The fortifications of the Coasts cons ttea ation, in the same spirit of equity, at a future period, when they shall! hare tions thus imposed, there should obfoa.
and the gradual increase and improvementofthe the remission, under proper discrimations, be some
attained increased value is additional
; an a question taxiimd the
: During the course of the last summer, a Navy, are parts of a great system of of the forfeitures partial payments ,on account which has occasioned some diversity of position, and the subjects manner of hj of iu im,
national defence which has been of purchases of tbe public lands, sofar operation
upwards
detachment of the has been usefully
Army opinion. It i ia certainly a subject of the are submitted to your impartialjudiMi
of in and which fora as to allow of their application to other *> r
ten ,
aud successfully called to perform their apptopriafe years progreM 1 it would
highest importance, not only to. the present But be improper that 1
series will continue to should
to
01'year come, payments.
dutie At the moment when the
; but to all future and the
.generations, withhojd opinion
for into claim the constant and pea severing protection Thi re are various other subjects of deep that an increased
Comnussioneis carrying
appointed
interest the whole Union which have you, a* the representatives of those whose poI tax woulcl be oppressive
,
execution certain protiiions .f the treaty of and superintendence of the legislative to anthatyo
August 19ih 1825, with various tribes oftheeNorthwe.tern authority. Among the measures which !heretofore been recommended to the con- interests are I immediately involved.should should be governed by the ad valorenl

Indians, were about to have emanated from these principle, the i i idet Ation of Congress, RS well by my predcressors bestow upon it your most earnest atten principle which requires that every man

Arrive at the appointed place of meeting, Act of the last Session of Congress, for the as, under the impression of the tion.Were should pay according to the "intern ha
the unprovoked murder several citizens, gradual Improvement ofthe Navy, holds a I duties devolving upon me, by myself. A- Congress to yield to a petition has to be protected Adhering to this e.
and other acts unequivocal hostility committed conspicuous jjlace. The collection of tim- !; mong thse are inc debt rather of justice loran immediate cash or credit sale, they quitable rule.taxation peracre.orper hun-

by a party of Winnebago tribe ber for the future construction of vessels of"ar I than grat'tude the surviving warriots of would be thrown into the market in competition dred acres, would be unequal and unjuit

cne of those associated in the Treaty followed ; the preservation and repro.hicton! of I of.the RevointionaisVar; the extension with the unsold public lands, as one acre in some places is worth fiuV.
by indications; oh menacingcharacter the species of timber peculiarly adapted to of the Jndicini Administration ofthe Federal as well us those held by individuals for in others. But if taxed according the\t\

among other tribes of the same region that purpose ; construction of Dry I Govcrimie.-t to those extenme and important speculation
aendered necessary nn immediate displayf Docks for the use of the Navy ; the erection members of the Union, which, b<% produce tL sum far short of their intrinsic violated, and inducements would there

the defensive and protective fore of tne of a Marine Railway for the repair of having arisen into existence since the organ .value,and too small in amount to by be furnished lor the entry and !
cultiv
,
Union in that quarter. It wan accordingly the public ships; and the improvement of ufion of the present Judiciary establishment. be extensive public utility. The rapid tion of lands of inferior quality.'Upon

exhibited by the immediate and conceited the Navy: Yards for thepreseivation of the now constitute nt least one-third re too of these fertile tractsso jud oious- the subject of the revenue arising

movements ofthe Governors of the Slate of public property deposited in them, have all of its territory', power, and popnlntion- ; tbfurmationiot J, ectedmtlet for -m. yean* to come, auction sale,at Key West, I have from
Illinois and of the Territory of Michigan ; received from the Executive the attention V nmre: *fleet ive and uniform tic in 'a ratio greatly exceeding the accU- that nl' returnS have been madedurinj to
and competent levies of militia under their required by that Act; and will continue to system for the government nf the Mrlilwr mulating' value of-any tockin whicn the the.past year. The
receive it, steadily proceeding towards the and the amelioration, in some form or mod- : present Territorial
with of hundred
authority ; a corps seven proceeds 01 an immediate ale could be law require. that the !
execution ofall The establishment ification of the diversified and oflen auctionetn thai
its
oppressive
"
under the purposes.
men United States' troops, invested. But it may be safely assumed, make returns of their
of General Atkinson who the of a Naval Academy, furnishing the codes 'ating to Insolvency. : account of tales"t!
command aj Vhat,.fterfhe lapse of a few their the Clerk ofthe
,
years County Court
Cass means tlicroetic instruction to the youths Amidst the multiplicity of topics of great ,to be de*
Governor immediately repaired
Call value will be in the "
increasing more gradual posited office.
the danger from their station who devote their lires to the service of their national concernment, which may recommend There are no re*
,
to scene and tuat could then
a sum be raised/rom gular sessions of
St. Louis. Tli dispel country upon the)l.PI\I, still solicits the themselves to the cnlm rind patriotic, I the County Court at K-y
at Mr presence
led the alarm of our fellow-citizens on sanction ofthe Lrgi Jatlire. Practical seamanship deliberations of the Legislature, it may suffice their sale, which would answer all the West, and there is 90 little bUsiness devolving
and the of be that these and all purposes of the donation. A system of on the Clerk. that he
art to
those borders, and overawed the hostile navigation, may say on other IDe.- cannot t be
purposes of th(! Indians. The petrutors acquired upon the crniz- ofthe squadrons, sures which maj' receive their sanction. my public education could then be adopted, presumed to be always in place, to re.
of the murders were surrendered to thl' which, from time to time, are despatched to hearty co-operatiou will be given conform.atly co-extensive with our liberal means, and ''ceive and to take care of these accounts,

nuthotity and operation of our lu."s ; ana distant seas ; but a competent kncwledgceven to the duties enjoined upon me, and embracing within its ample scope our 1 would therefore,recommend an amendment .
every appearance of purposed hostility of the art of ship building, the higher uniier the sense of nil the obligations pre- children',cd our youth,of every language to this law, requiring the auction

from those Indian tribes has subsided.Although mathematics and astronomy ; the literature scribed by the C'omtitution.juhn and condition. Commencing with primary eers to account with, and to pay over to.
the piesmt organisation of the which can place our officers on a love! of Quincy Adnms. schoulsand ascending, through all the the Treasurer. It would also be proper
polished education with the officers of other intermediate graditions of schools and to increase the
Army, and the ad mints trot ion of its various War.liinjjton, December 4, 1827. penalty which imposed
: branches of service, are, upon the maritime nations ; the knowledge of the colleges, to the maximum height of an on those who sell goods at auction, with.

.whole, fcatijiaclory, th *y are yet susceptible laws, municipal and national which, iu 11' ..4 University, the benefits of an enlargeda out being duly commissioned is auctjo,.

of much improvement in particulars: their i intercourse with foreign States ami "jr" ll.' t 1J gratuitous system instruction could eers. No general plan graduating the
,
.
.
some o/wkich have been heretofore submitted their Go\ernments, are continually! cniled : extended to the residents of Florida, price of public lands according to their

to the consideration of Con;r ss.auJ into operation ; and above all, that acquaintance B f Jr,11. .,'!. 111'(f q 7'Jf.cf white from non-resideiit5, moderate tui. relative value, has yet been adopted by

4 others are uow first presented in the with the principles' of honor and tion fees might fairly be exacted. Here Congress. A special law for this .
of he of War. justice, with the higher obligations of n->- \ J' Governor of Florida. could the purpose
:
Report Secretary : g M>n of poverty find an asylum might probably be obtained for Flo,
rite of providing for additional rah, and of general 's. human and divine i- from bin misfortunes nda
expediency and food for his 0:1 of
account her
which constitute the rliqilll"/"I; t. (:4.1Jtft'm'n r.!tl.f J." I'ai'Ce Cui'icil. ge exposed situation,
iu the peat '
numbers Officers, two Corps nius. Here would the distinctions of and the
I' between the warrior patriot, and the licensed YI)11't al.wjt ,to e iter 'ii"Ti i th? rmoort consequent necessity of having1
of Engineers will, ILl some decree, depend wealth xnd of
robber and pirate ; the.-e) ran I.c .tnt (!"f\, of legislating1 for the ..rion"if.f"h1 family give place to those settlements unon that wide belt of poor
and of tin
number extent :
upon the objectsOf systematically taught and "minently acquired s of f ;ins d>ver :'fiedand widely e x- 01'tulent, and here too would be extingUished country, whicii fringes both the shores of
national which Congress .
importance -
think it upon that only in n permanent school, shitiou- lend, d] 1-iniorv. In delegating tI) you i all prejudices arising from a difference the Atlantic and the Gulf and which net

should may he made, confo.proper uiably to the surveys Act of 1 ed upon the shore, and provided with tu! this i iiMh. tri'.u, the people have jrt*'..nlieir of origin, or a difference of reli. er will be inhabited at the present minimum .

the 30lh of Apiil, 1824. Of the surveys, teachers instruments, and the book;" : cr. fi.U nee in vour integrity and t. gion. For the Spaniard and them 1. price of public! hnd.-But brought

wliich. before the last Session of Congress, con VCI sant with, nut! nt'aptcd to, the communicHtion ten'', *;>-J j ?'om a choice eronnating from cana>soiattd in the tame pursuits, would into the market upon fair terms, these

hud been made trader the authority of that of iht* principles! of these respective theirsufir: gs, he l appieat results may become friends, the language of the one lands would yield a revenue to the gov
Act reports \\ere made: sciences to the youthful and enquiring (>e anticipate: !. The elrctive frwnchisc'! wuulU tcome familiar the other, and ; ernmerrt, and they would soon be settled

1. Of the Board of internal Improvement, oilod.: ass been wI-o'l h placed upon the republican each would be left to worship the true and converted, by the purchasers: into

on n-eCl.esupeake and Ohio (>lIal. The report from the Post Ma*er General basis of:gand residence and tints God, after the dictates of his own conscience sheep walks and ranges for stock every

2. On contiunnnce of tie! National exhibits the condition oT that Depaitment have nesily the whole community of fret without fear and without reproach. descnpiion. Should you deem this a subject .

Jload Irora Cumberland to Hie tide maler* as highly satisfactory for the present, and white men' become your immediate con worthy of your attention you sh.ultl
'vtiihin the District of Columbia. still more promising for the future. Its receipt You are then emphatically the Hut it would be impertinent in an address present to Congress an enlarged and comprehensive

3. O-i: the continuation of the National 'for the yeor ending the t fust of J:1Y: represents c-f the people. anti us like this, to attempt an enumerationof view of its advantages.

: Road, from C nton to Zantsvillp. last, amounted 1o one million four hundred wealth and rank form no part of the -egat all the advantage of inch an institution, The l last Council, in their memorial to
4. 0. the location of the .National Road and seventy-three thousand five hundred richly endowed with active of
.- qualifications of our electors, you wlili resources- Congress, complained that the Judges
from Zunt'Stille to Columbus. and fifty-one dollars! and exceeded its expenditures invc Jo all a like r, srln ihihty. The ear-I i other subjects of the highest moment will the Superior Courts wore required to

5. On continuation of the same Road, by upwards of one hundred I Iy adaption of this principle in our Tern- claim a full share of yonr deliberations, hold their Courts *-in bat one other
to the Seat of Government in MU\ouii. thousand dollar It capuot be au over t rial I and there is none in which constituents place in their districts than
< code encourages the hope, that your respective ,
estimate that in !lens
sanguine to predict
from
6. On the Pot Road Baltimore
to"Fhiladelphi are more directly conceroed than ina the one the laws of the UnIted
than ten yearn,of -hirh one half have elapsed when Florida .shall assume her proper signed by
S 7. Of a of Kennebec River in the receipt will have been more than rank in the ccife. trac}, that same general revision of the laws by which States. This grievance has beeit
t. ) survey ( doubled. In the mean time. a ref'nced expenditu t charter which proclaims her sovereignty they themselves are governed. A mere promptly remedied, and the Judges arenas
I pa compilation of these (laws will be insufficient required hold their Courts in as
.8. On the National Road from Washington ,e upon established mute'sha* kept as a State, will guarantee equal rights to to
I' to Btufa'o. pace with increased! facilities of public accommodation her citizens. The pe ople whom yon represent -many of tnem require to be rendered many Counties, in their respective districts

; 9. On the survey of Sangatuck Harbor and additional services have have already through their delegates more luculb the substitution of a different as the. Governor and Council ma/

and River. been obtained at reduced rate of compensation. in the last Council, expressedtheir 'phraaeotogy from that which was direct. _

10. On a Canal from Lake rontchartrain Within the last year the Irnnspor- de ire of changing their Territorial employed in their original structure.- The same memorial asked, that the ofnic

to the Mississippi River. tation ofthe mail in stages has been greatly tor & Stale Government, deprecating The laws of every country should be framed -. r law might be so amended as to con

11. On surveys at dgartown, Newbury. au mentpl. The number of Post Offices he same time the idea of annexing "&9v i with great caution, so that their meanI I J Jcr upon the People the privilege, which

poit, and llyannu Harbor bus been increased to seven thousand ; and part of the Territory to any of the adjoining i ing may be nearly comprehended by every they themselves required, "of electingall

12 On the survey elLa Plmisauce B.> it may be anticipated thnt while th- facilities Mates! : .citizen upon whose rights, both of pcM- 'their County officers, except the JudgesoC

fa the Territory of AHchi:-an. *t of intercourse between fellow-citiacns The unanimity with which this resolution I 2JOn and of property, they are intended I the Inferior Courti." If indeed the peopldhave

Aid reports are now pit'pared, and will' in person or by correspondence will soon walt adopted and the sanction which to operate. thorough .revision with an given any instructions upon t&ts
be submitted to Congrt'Ou ".- be curried to the door of every villager in it has subsequently received, shew that arrangement ofthe acts under appropriate I subject their representatives are bound

44 surveys of the peninsula Florida, the Union, R yearly surplus of revenue will your constituents will never consent to be heads with & correct reference to them, to obey them, or to give place to-those

to ascertain the practicability of a Canal, accrue.which may be applied as the wisdomof tributary to the neighboring powers, and bY means of an intelligibknulex, i is there., who recognize that republican principk*
Congress under the exercise of
to connect the waters of the Atlantic with constitutional, their that they anpreeute thr n-lvHiitagcs of a tore recommended. Itt But, in the absence of all instructions it

the Gulfo( Mexico, across that peninsula ; further establishment powers, aud may devise, for the separau g- ver"ment.< as paramount to the is scarcely considered necessary to 'would be unwise andpremtu' *. to p* -

.-' ,and also ofthe country between the Bays the public Roads improvement still of cost of Its mmnU'najir.e.Much suguest thft propriety referring this bu- fer to the people of an infant temtr I
or by adding further
,14k. of Mobile aud of Peusacola, with the view to the facilities in the transportation of the has already been done by Con. slUt:88of revl..tng thc I wt.i' 10S..1 fCntio PMV'.K.,,., HWU .I** dJ onfa V
connecting them together by a Canal men either of the bar or the bench. \V have and which has
; mails. Of the indications of the gTess, and more mav be expected, to ren. ere required, proy. b1
On of a loute for a Canal to prospe- the Council to undertake it tal of comm1n1t"'sed
survey rous condition ef our country, none can be der happy our ii.fant condition, and to an infringement to tne repose every .
I; connect the waters of James and Great would be made In the else.toii
more pleasiug.than those presented by the clear the way for our admission into the upon the time which it has been exercl
'I !Kenha\vR rivers ; multiplying relations, of personal and intimate Union. And tIu* tveo anxiously looked which should be devoted the immediate ofthe members of their Legislative

On the survey ofthe Swash in Pamlico intercourse between the citizens of for, is raplrll.approaclllngby means of duties of the session and a work I Council, the people of a TerTit0TYh1T0

Sound, and that of Cape Fear below the theUnion dwellmg at the remotest distances : '* continued and almost daily emigration which should be perfected in the retire- every security that their rights will -be

F town of Wilmington, in North Carolina : from each other. from the neighboring, as well as from the ment of the closet might be inaccurately protected. But should the Council in*

On the survey of the Muscle Shoals in Among ihe subjects which have heretofore more distant, Slates: and 1 err"" orit's. It is completed, amidst excitements which too 'sist upon recommending to Congres1ta

the Tennessee river, and fora route for a occupied the earnest solicitude and attention gratifying too to reflect, that the population often distract the discussions of a legislative change of the organic law, asof take

contemplated communication between the of ConK'PS, is the management and w-hich we are tuus acquiring is of a body. In the estimate of territorial from the Executive, the ape
:- Hiwassee and Cooxa rivers, in the State of disposal of that of the transmitted the Officers, (a poW
Alabama. portion property of character manly, mteliigentand generous; expenses recently by the acting I pointing; County
the Nation which consists of the public allured hither by a delicious climate, and executive to the treasury departmentat which no Executive should wish to retain

: Other reports of surveys,tIp on objects! lands. The acquisition of them, made at fruItful soil, and bringing with them those Washington g500 were included.to ) it is respectfully submitted whether

pointed.nt by the several) acts of Congress J the expense of the whole Uniou. not only principle ol freedom which were secured fray the cost of this contemplation revision I it would not be safer to advise a:transfer

: of the last and preceding sessions, are in 1 iu treasure but in blood marks a right of to tia by the var of Independence.And and"should you decide upon its necessity (f this prerogative to our I Ielected

the progress of preparation, and most of property in them equally extensive. By these principles although exotic, it would be advisable to press upon I lature or to some other
: them way be completed before the close of the report and the statements from the General -.. have they already become acclimated yet, the attention of Congress, the necessity I by, and directly amenable to. the P60 CPJto'I
this cession. All the officers of both corps Land Office now communicated, it of and frequent '
appeals the
and they will with making required appropriation. Frequent meetings
of Engineers, with several other that, under the Government grow our growth, and of apolitical
persons I present : not
which
Another topic of interest to this tions to 6U offices,
with great
lengthen our stren th.
In
duly qualified have been of the United State little recur. .aret Ub "
shot
constantly eui. a sum of, add
the ofthe laws I character no
community publication
ployed upon these servk-es, from the pas. : thirty-three millions of dollars has been I ring to the proceedings of the Councilfor ; 0erve tc
ofthe of 30th some years past, we find abundant and if any practicable scuexie can be devised 1 ties of the people, while tiY
act
IHge April, 1824 to this paid from the common Treasury, for that I feu and entail
time \\"ereno other advantage to accrue f.ortion of this property which has been I caiiM for the dissatisfaction which some by which they can be more speedily embroil them in present Jastinf

to the country. from their Inbors, than the purchased[ from France and Spain, and for portion ()f our local legislation has occasioned circulated it is respectfully submitted I upon kinsmen and nel rsecbDtr

fund of topographical knowledge which'thpy the extinction of lire aboriginal tit lei. The and it is incumbent upon UII, upon whether it should.not be adopted, and a evils hereditary hatred.rJnQ Ot5

have collected and communicMed.that amount of lands acquired h near two hundred whom these duties now devolve, to provision also made that no law shall be in upon our situation,as it.appears to$t1'

.' ,ne would have been a profit to the Union. and sixty: millions e f acres, of which, abstain from the exercise of any power force until published. The people will distant perspective, 1 am' induced

more than adequate to all the expenditures on the first day of January, 1826, about not clearly delegated by the Constitution then be governed by certain. laws, and 'est that the Clerks of each 'Cowg'.rjrequired

which have been devoted' to the object one hundred and thirty-nine millions of and Laws of*he United States. Our acts the courts would not again be suspended, by law to keep a register children who

; but the appropt tations for the repair acres had been surveyed, and little anrre. should be correspondent to the liberal for want of the promulgation of those that 1 births of all the white male TerritOl'J'nay
and continuation of the Cumberland Road than nineteen future be sed. I woWd also I hereafter be boP In the
millions of acres had been spirit extended to us by Congress, and mal in betolwtanly g1 f'..
for the construction various other Roads, sold. The .a.uaocuij)atd into the Treasury, we should be saved the reproach of baring suggest that tome provision be.made by md whose.na etmay guardians ben
for the removal of abstractions from the by the purchasers of the laod sold, I.I not them again superseded and repealed. law, designating to.whom copies of the t: in by their paronts er such a re Slatioi "

Diver and Harbors, (or -the erection of yet equal to the turns paid for the whole, !i Among the many blessings conferred up- acts shall be delivered, the number be recorded. necessity of oy rna.

Light Houses, Beacons Piers and Buoys, but leaves a imall balance to be refunded ; on uk, we look with peculiar pleasure to retained in the Executive office, and the I --r.elt-during- late war vn. an_L
iud foT the completion of Canals undertaken the proceed ef the sale (the lands have ofthe States, whe abell" seai
o the rich donation of lands granted, by the number to He sold; for copies cannot be ny rorciP"tber
by individual asiociations, but needing long been pledged to the creditors of the General Government, for the laudable furnished to all and yet many private citizens () citizenswere impreMcd1"icrvice a arms

She assistance of means and resources Nation ; a pledge from which we have reason of education. By a law of the would willingly pnrchaie them if and compelled to b< ittInat -

more comprehensive than individual enterjprite to hope.thutlhey will in.R very few years last purpose Congress, the two townships formerly allowed to do so. The penal kiwi of the a their kindred and country, r or
cat command be considered be redeemed. The which, of exhibiting this
may system upon this I aJ. yourearly and out the power
wijl
granted to the Territory, for the establish'urent Territory .reqwle '
lather as treasuresIaid up from the contributions great NationAl interest has been managed, attention and various amendments heir nativity. The sailors of some'oisxtreme
minute ,
and of.a
of the present age for the benefit was the result of long, anxious, and perse support college, were permitted Uiem elveas absolute Northern atatet where tnispft
4 to be located in sections and the will suggest ?
posterity, than as unrequited applies, vering deliberation, matured and modified IpeaQ were oft2JSr.ewiBViiHc
of the I was
for Um 'security ob'er1
lions ofthe accruing revenues ofthe nation.ty'ecp by tbe prorre.:o' OW"popu atiort.- and the .IpCAtiyn* have,,been :in part made and approved -j ly necessary atm this .Q vwnft
tf tte c5t7. _* ,
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ThAi Amtiulmcjit the aDd tunquiUitf -
t9
; I.. .I tf jteJ:2Dauc t ijrove. lenooc of experience, H baa been hitherto original iti :

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f-. "protections. bad lave not vet determine i fto i hasten tins'deaJrable". .
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r when s .
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eve Dt by.means of,coercion. But Mary's. To 1" '
< &to effect thettdi; charge- The rUe should be made to,cormnce the Indians every effort' that enable you to act under* IOUt e.rQ.ndai'1 oflhe United IIIbcI_" > _l--J. U9It_ _. _

ben cfi ts or such a law wall: be .fully tbe liberal offer of the Government has been in standingly'upon these questions, b and it a so'laid down with .the'point t.te.at its tog from a difference existing between
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we \ in a country like this, Vihose'ppreciated I t}gnmt measure 'dictated by humanity to'them- well as to afford some satisfaction to head in .fau platl01' ,4he"'survey.. As -far .Qa., B.. Deta van;'of the U. States*'ar*

s 0-c aca coast must invite of wealth our I Congress selves. To be this petitioned end it to n make recommended that the Government of the United,States then_.as journal wad plat designate this my, and:' $t. J. ..Cable of this place.
\-ast -Actions au stream tad
i appropria point .
the which a* part of the
citizens to seek the great high- lion defray the expense of an expedition ofthe must undoubtedly revise its .between the two boundary They met upon S t. Deoiiii itreet-a, -
s
l renown upon i chiefs (to be beaded bv white in countries.risey are to Ue
of nava men whom they ceedlng. read with combat ensued in the
Md and of
have confidence taken A* apart of the coarse
) to the competent treaty
,
\nVOrnaU"n; <*some simple and mex- them that they may, by country exploring set it,apart ace that for agent, tbe same who acted as the of '95, having the same force a&if they I which Mr. Cable discharged>a pistol

The. 'dnPt10D for taking the census of the too deception is intended to'be practised upon surveyor and artist under the Com : were inserted therein/' The Constitution of at the Dr. --the ball took efieciia i the ? x

N',- Sft'! Plan" advised as a mCUure Pro them. Their report upon their return, would, missioners, and who had Georgia. .a\i ptel'l.n '98, nearly three years, left breast, and is believed to h :
him
Tbeo. no doubt, remove roost of the i impediments to proved the Treaty with Spain, curl with full :
'ttn.tory,1much ucttfe gent cal'ill utility.to collect the final l and voluntary emigration.f-%. But until a selfworthy of their highest confidence, knowledge of its force and effect, uses a the I. touched the heart, as he expired almost ,

rtr whose duty 1 't now this teak with but their removal can be effected, either by their I to proceed to an examination; of the very language of that treat},,- in expressing t. instanuneotisly. It is only .

oil might pert orm himself at own of consent the or by a change of policy on the several branches of the St. Mar its acceptance of the same boundaries. j, those who knew the deceased, who
p t"ai'ditionat trouble to .and part General Government, I would advise y's, But the tine between two ;I
the
)jttl- to the public. A the passage of a law fur the collection and for'the purpose of ascertaining established I I have witnessed his urbanity of man = ,
R xPerase preservation by actual points was only protracted but I .
fa moderate time of the flue- of the arms which have been adnunsuiement not run and tiers and benevolent
time t> recently the marked disposition that
'owlordge from sent us, and which have been distributed: true head or by Ellicott because of the threatened ,
t of ourtuatrnKanoun population, would! our militia Some convenient apartment anung in the sourceof, that river. The correspondence txistilitv of the Indian The act,of. can fully appreciate the loss societyat .
cil to make correspond.scions public hinfjtu,which -nid Congress of May 4tli, 1820 large has sustained
; arc to be erected this documents .this responding in his death. r
ena of the thirteen districts city, would sefte as a temporary arsenal : upon: subject t t hi*state ol'Ihiuga authorizedtbe I I l H
where President
frank
together with his : e was antuly: -liberal and disc
!Jogs which the Territory has been rect-nt. thee and any other .mm that may be hereafter report ai e submitted. of.lilt" U. S "in conjunction with the ,
] i divided.This division was made nn- furnished us, by being kept iu proper repair, I It will be seen; lint of the three stituted authorities ofGeorgia" (not toes con* interested, possessing all the virtues _

h' Congress of lay 186, would! serve to repel any incursioiw that may br tnchc forming the Si- l.ln's \11. tabi: h corners for that had been done by which adorn tho human character.As .

drr. theuires bat they shall be laid ufl' possibly is, however be made, known In the to surrounding you, that the tribe Indians. It tile Nun:Hern, VVe,leru, and S mt'itern ttif rouktitution treaty of( '95, and assented to by the a man he had no superior, and asa :

-tllcb" such mannera.that each one shall have have been entirely{ pacific, and that the raivdcis br.uu-h : the Southern is not only the line to be "of Georgia) but to cause the physician he ranked among the '

); near as may bean equal" ) number of alluded to, were perpetrated by a email band of longest by two or duet mile: uiii riu'ame act, run and"distinctly marked." I foremost of his profession. He had
rullians who recognizing the
Whenever hunted
fie inhabitant were out by their treaty as
wW'e district* become grossly unequal men, and surrendered to our authorities country for u la. having a dire t.on rornspoi'hn;: IIW tnatuftlly the "-upreinelaw,'' fuither provides "that I greatly endeared himself a numerous -' ,
then' these and punishment. No hostilities with me line so to be run an.i marked shall circle of friends who will
*_ their relative amount of whitebath are, therefore, tin; general Bourse au.; be long ,
1 anticipated, but with an Indian population wita- sliaighl; fiom the junction of the C tatta- mourn their sudden bereavement. -
opulation, the letter and the spirit in our borders, the Executive of the Ternloi jtaentiriugt ;cent of the river, but houchle and the f'htto the puilll

P ort Ie.law are violated and a principle: should always have under his control the meaiirt} distba.-piug eight: 'inn's more *.*:< as tb? head ofthe St Alu.y.s designated riu-r, by Katchitocha. paper, Nov. 26., H
and public of d fcnce.
Jubn'rtm'e 3f public liberty them either of be oilier aches anti the Corn+russiuarrs appointed under the 3dalic.e -

will be operating upon our coun.JUstice .: There is one other pubject which it i? proper Olin third more tJlm t boih oflhen, united of .he treaty" of 1795. Nut having 1P llt. A'O' .a
of Honda can never that i should place before the Council
cII The 1,eohle] because journals before Ul:. I can ou'y state it as -- [ -
(1e l ;i, any other than a republican di a new aspect is sought to he ;;seen to it. arcs including v.ir.uus oth-r l. .uui-uy :.nv impre&siou tna tlif Georgia delegation FRIDAY! DECEMBER .0,Sib, 1827.
adverse
b"n them dally to the interests of tnt. Territory st( eam : tiiiil of the thrtctlw4J1'Ua in -- -' y
of political power among{ I allude to the claun advanced Cougi CSIi introduced l and voted lor this .
by his Excei.e.ic\ 'eritf
ut if thcsp- districtscT.Ved7 are netier to b,_ G. M. Troup, late Governor of Georgia ;in arecent branch, viz. th;il pu sued by Elt.cou, .law, tJicieoy giving a nU1rt' recent consent Sans Peur. ,
those who at one time may en- communication the is the incousiderablA : of ihat State to the established boundaries
to Legm.atureof thai most ) d{,>; uutjm General Scorr.
? share of at a State, to ch'ui their ufhe of '95. than is accompanied by Lt.
at a Power. may e floiulieni IMIUJI! treaty to ,
try s> :is GALT his
tnt!; lion even the \\Vvenibranch Aid-de-Camp, arrived in this
pjopui i. Ci
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to be found in her
tUernsehes bring the line : Constitution.
JsuWquent period be *K- dividing within five inMrs of f It appears ty.ii the 9chr. i
ved a 1'h t Jtt equ,buy this city, and tit cut off from our Territory near as two to three, and an.i. inpropoitioiiio I mo i cover,from the message that the Georgia Maria from New Orle.'Ds.
oy on Saturday ]Jail ?
22d
geeoftePreentttionwhich has been s<. curtii ly 2t 00 square miles ot sectioned I land, much of theSinjiimni bnnch" as C uiinis i-intM AS late as the Spring orHe.it'ot iulte understand -
which has been sold, and is in that he revieweJ the United Srates'Troops
and which shu.dCbrnsh now jtuegjion is five to forty-three. And ( ,veur was "inuuucted. toagiee with
we indeed
,
to tIll bv Congress of our citizens The annexed extract from ins: the ttlitt'dSates' (, stationed at Cantonment Clinch, "
as the best safeguard of ourrlirhts mee<
W> should be ever mindful too, j AU unreserved iliscloeure of the groundsupon another stream, (the AIIlg.1tII' ) Su.hit Happened that the United saei' Commissioner I have proceeded in the Maria, for Tampa. +,

h
this
that Co:srderat. ns of interest should never [ wni1 claim is rested: Bay, oa the same evening ; but was been
of and between it wall the was not authorized to concur" Bnt :
runn'tig
of and it Tho detained
to those right Charter of the by head winds.
be paramount Georgia
it had 1
Western branch sup pose happened that the United
of justice are as bindron If ;hcsrlcts .u e ..
the obligations of Peace
that Treaty of 1783, the Confederation States Commissioner had been autnorized :
I, man in his aggregate, as in Ins confirmed, to thc satiation; of 'h+* CI, the The highly interesting nature of the doctl* '
In. of concur with
Commissioner
1778 the Con Georgia :
present menta which, bv ao arduous eff-jft, have
ir.difHtI 1 capacity.. When representa.s government of the United Sum-s ihe (for the United States we
stitution the of of have no doubt the crowded into this sheet, is:111 for
treaty Spain 1795 ample apuh
; .s chimed f.'r a tract of country, re- conclusion will be to make .' the ;y
the Constitution of irresistible+ evenby I power a new treaty upon the subject want of that variety,which it is aiw-tvs our >
trdjI: ofth* nnnaber of its inhabitants.r.ctfuVnt Georgia, all r5cogn'ze itself; thatVfI must ibllo'A' not the ) and the mound of Ellicott had beenagreed d"sire to preMlut and which might he more acc -
[IPo -', w only! to be found In thAt + or guarantee thehead u r i upon as the true head of ihe St. -|' ;.J, eta acme of our readers. Custom has T
bDrol1 jjb s\ste-n, which has caused more source of the St. Mary's river, as the error or mistake of JIhcutl' but th- ; ll l.\fY's and adopted as such by their rebpective itnrosi: made it a Law with the Editorial cor, ,

1,;!)PTan'1 corruption in England th* n true point of the Southern language of rite treaty ; not the pointarbitrarily : I governments, could the subsl'qu'nt 10 fhecnt to their patrons a review of such
Sl
amot cr feature of her government and boundary determint'd as the brad oftie discovery of this "southern bt auch"have w.jrapera nt thcj miy puhlifhit, howev ,
of the State. The Commissioner of cr,a aw, which we conceive it quite as well to
lus engendered the bitterest discontent ;: St. only afforded for the abandonment
which the United Mary's, but ihe true bead! ; and grounds vioi.Tte as tu oliscpre. No individual American '
wherever tl has been .engrafted I States, and the Commissioner mat tho true head or source of the St.M.iry's of the mound," and the adoption on-'ht+, omit. au attentive perusal of the periodical -
upon the American State CunstJtllllons. I of Spain, appointed under the of the head of that branch as the revl. .* ot the situation; oftlie affairs of our

In the progress of your labor you will I I treaty of J95 to run :aid mark: the tins is to he found, not at the ex- head of the St. 1an.'s. ? And could thr i .(unrr ', contained in the Metwajjea of the Chief

discover that the tows relative to fete eire in the terms of the article tr.'iiiiiy of the Northern, but at thee i j deliberative act of the two gvirniim'nt t bl' 41 ar irate of the Nation ; and every in habitant
of tint I It r bnda
treaty m'IIf'eel
called an ioteren in the
now concerns
"error
an or mistake/ and
should t'the Southern one
not let as perfect as they be extremity <> branch I .
; ; the Territor
instead of the );:md lie anxious ascertain the
head
j .
discovering
d mined 0111"
or "arbitrarily ;tei It i is
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that ut-nnst vigilance will be necessary and that app '
and your from this 1 point the line Hula t'' -Hciry and character of her acting Governor:
source of the St. ; rent that this boundar th f'5til.ulliLt"J.
to guard us from the coost-quc- AI.try's, as they were be run according to the letter of the I I r would is .t II tu<;ref>reonly necrsurvfor us to say, in re-
I
been .
instructed to do and for have *s obligatory upon one.I 4. >,oi" f0 the President's tfpM mill
ces of their defects. It cannot be unknown which the : aRe, I it and
y'ch.trter of Georgia of :dm tre y'y ol| .contracting: parties, ns wjs the bouudar} ..i.l/oto'-vou.srif b-.r'is be well fi.rua to
that searched
to large proportiu\ established may
the slaves who jou.are brought to the South, I frommd, a point different '83, of the ir Mty of 93, and of the 1! established by the treaty of'95 belwee' I -aUI e 'fur r.,..,tin, that tIns year hate a .
disconnected with, the head Constitution the United States aud Spain. It u equal?*, Li.n.ernor'e 11i ra><;e trrrthyof their auen on.
of This de
sold their more Northern' Georgit. '
ure by owners of that river U.f'ut that if still held the .
vet : a point on the Okefanoka app] Spin Flor.'
as a punishnKir for their cria. fact alone should urge us to the adopt i jn Swamp, one or two : ch.l i.acier of a mcs>dge, will find.tll : the' head! of thi. "southern b'-anch," nor.j I later written onth; 8t'i! :\. -i. the! ?-..t Master
of such laws as are necessary tor the go',d j 1 ngovernment not th of the Mourid of Elliott.: the reluctance ; could' sht' extend h... boundary to tnj n"a d \ of this City to the Post: \Ia.frr General, en.
a1t110i1 alt
ex t-iui:
a.-d sUbord lat'ti of our IfcUve t had been ascertained by repeal dies } of anv. northern branch that might have airing whvtfie Penaacoi.i and Blake'cy: Mail '-
whIch I tee! to a new cotitrotery Rout h".1 1 nnt been put into operation, the! Port
open -
.
But it often
community. happens, j authorized to be made by Commisil been di covc..ed read ascertained, to penc- Master! General has directed that a
in one of the slave holding State, th j sioiiersappoinled under the auulori ; with the G uvernmt.Ht of the U HI- tiSi into the country farther north tna n armngeniKnt should bf" entered into.temporary for the s

free negroes, for certain offence., and a'"j j of this State in the ty tit d[ tes ; the urt'at tlelca-y:; of the the stream iiid point acknowledged by thee transportation of the Mail on that roUI ,untll the
ter frtquent convictions, are sentenced t yar 1818 thatI ] question, (being one of bouud..ry) iii Trentyof'95. contract advertised fIr, shall be conc'udecL!
be sold for lift- beyond the limits of the U. the United States' and Spanish Commissioners I. The act ef the Commissioners, which is These instructions have been complied with,
of the
States often I in fi fin tei'fi.jrylJ1lJre (uun: styled in the *"error mistake and Mail! will be closed this day at 12 o'clock z
Slaves too, are sentenced to( agreeing to that point t' Message an or s
2.000 miles which be involvt'd *' for Blakeley-tlic regular times of arrival and .
qu.ire ) m '- "
y and determinJ
depth and the Is one arbitrarily -
punishment changed by were wide of the true point that th Mail
: of this
departure will be made kuotva ia
the Ex.f'utive to hard labor for life, and I head of the stream Ellieocl in i ie(, gulf! the oovious; {proprie? .. ,> on," being incorporated in the treaty; our next. r

transport.tion i a foreign country. An pursued by It ly, therefore, in stating the question n :( the j title of Spain| to all the country south of Thisj temporary arrangement will not interfere r
be found
thrsetogehc with the first class ot offendeis was not to as he supposed, for the first limc, to state it fairly and that boundary, thenceforth became indiapUfable. with the permanent contract (as has been

aiesent to the capitol of the State, & I in Okefanoka Swamp, two miles It u obvious therefore, that what erroneously reported) proposals for which will
thetetupr soned: until an opportunity offersJjrth north of the Mound of Eliicott ; & it fully. Georgia never did, and never could have, be received until the Oth January, as mentioned
I claimed of Spain. she caunotaow recur cr in the advertisement of the Post futer.4 .
execution of their sentence. Most I i I has been since ascertained that the[ Relying ilono upon the authoritieshere of the United States. = -__ _

0: %.!.e-e felons, it is believed, are sold to'j j ]}head of that branch of the river is ton referred to, and. by giving the,inThe claim of Georgia to change the pre- -
the slay* traders who them t mj DIIW;
.*r ifined i character purchase, and who, afterglirg u !j be found to the Southward of both the what I considrr their true jud 1.-;+lti- sent boundary is made fin i the Message to ,- -.-

bond and security to the EXec J- \ 'Swamp and Mound. It was jusrifta-: mate construction,, I ,1111 brought i to iti'ins.which depend upon are the there settlement Mated in of these two words quu!ii-: POOr Veaaacola.AiiRIVED .

the to take them out ofthe Un.ted State, I; ble to take the Mound as the true conclusions very dilfeient from those !j. You will obseivc that the first question r '

ns the law requires, then vend them into, I Ihuulherii point : because so, in substance, our at which his EKcelloncy, the late Governor presenting itst lffor settlement between the ''

tlw parts of the Union We' Commissionersjbelieving that Ellicott, of Georgi.i, has arrived. By \ two governments, i is whether the point ratDec.. 2jtn.-Schr. Messenger,

the should pernicious endeavor effects lo protect ot this ourselves practice from, j in pursuing the north, did pursue the the charter of Georgia, her possessions ;'jbitrarily't Spanish Commissioner agreed upon,by as the Ellicott head.of nd the St. Dorr, Key West, via Tampa Bay.C ,'

imposing heavy penalties IIP'II all those by i' nlaiu,branch of the St. Dlar)'s.had re- extended only as far: South as to j Mary( now ascertained not to be the hta -:r+-Noitlierti Produce to the ,

\v lio bring into the Territory negroes of !' ported ; anti so the Governor of this Altamaha ; but this charter, ..1UOuttwenty even if the stream pursued by Ellicott,shalr tit aster. .

this description foi such associates must'! State in the year 1819, relying on the years after this date, was su i i I he considered as the true head under the ENTERED. r

prove a t'unful source ot corruption to'' correctness of tint report, had m-i rendered to the Kingby the Trusteesof f treaty of'9-3. The other and only remaining Dec 22J.-Sohr. JM-jfH, Biker,
slave -The will be. which is the true head
uur ot this cUt pupulation ot our communit' rapid), s.iouid increase admonish ": formed the Legislature. Our Gat n- the Corporation. Her form of government or source question of the St. Mary's river." To New-Orleans. Cargo to J. JM-ircos d

us also, that while it is proper to miSiioner was accordingly instructed ihf'u utiJ] "rsvent a change, j(j jt these interrogations I reply, that the acts of.. Tio, J. Cain bell, and tl) Ord .- ,.

protect them from the cruelty of masters, 1' to agree with the United States' and by a royal proclamation of 1763, : the Commissinneis were binding upon their!< Passengers, Gen. Scott, and Lt -

and overseers, we should not be un,nind i > Commissioner, in running the line the limits }prescribed by her former j governments, and adopted beforehand as Gait.
fulof the evils arising from that .1' from the Mound :| a part of the treaty, having "the same I Ij 24th. Schr. Hall Mobile
dangerous of Ellicott, to the charter were extended from the Alt a- !! force as if they were inserted therein." ; profit, ,

authority lenity of chick a pass permits from their\h under the I I{junction of the Flint & Chatahoochieriv'rs. muh'd to the St. Mary's River. The The stream then pursued by them, and de-I Cargo, to Richard Derby, and the -.

roam at large, to hire thembeives owners, and, to to It happened that the U. S. Confederation of seventeen !hundred ;[situated as the St Mary'smnst be now re-I \!aster. .

receive the Commissioner authorized and rht and the Constitution j ceived as such aud the point by them I CLEARED
fruits of their laoour.-This | was not to wenty-et ,
practice, if continued will lead On the of United States site agreed on as its head, must "be consideredll Dec. 22d. Schr. Elizabeth For-
to incalculable concur.- contrary, au act oi tlu1 are I l; !as the true head under the treaty of 95'," ,

its mischief; and, if a ge.\eralliAw tor Congress which, departing from he upon the subject ; but the treaty of :i even though it may have been- "ascertaiu- eyrie, New Orleans. Ballast .

suppression cannot be passed, a special ordinary course, gave his instrurt'Oiis! eighty-three & of ninety-five, after { ed not to be the head" of the stream which ----- -

respectfully law for such recommended counties as desire it, i is in the same section in which it authorized laying down the Southen boundary they pursued. The,Message oho denominates 'V.\ TE \), ,
By aa act of the lately discovered stream as the ,.
.4But
the Council of the llth Dec. 1824 under appointment, virtually forbade of the United StatestoiheJ'unctioned of "Southern branch of the St. Marys.. A FIRST RAPE ODIC.tPPlv -

the authority ot winch the lots ot the town it. Those instructions direct: the Chanhoochie; with the Flint, continue the fact that it is longer, and dischargesmore ; at this Olfice. .' ?-

of Tallahassee were sold the said lots arc the Commissioner to run from the the course from that point i water, than the river into which i it Pensacola, 26th. Dec. 18'7.r-4t-tf.Improved

Vlcclarcd to be pledge for the pay. point established by Ellicott two milesnorth "straight to the head of St. Mary's I empties, does not make it the river itself; .
we mot the balance due. The lien thus of the Ii Ii'River. I not will justify an effort to depart fi otn Perpendicular"are
Mound
and The
of of
reserved ; were ninety-five
treaty
can
.J only oe enforced by the tar acknowledged boundaries which have been
dy process ot a Chancery suit, but in course, opposed to the treaty of 1795, commences with the declaration "that assented to by Georgia for a periodbfmorethan J maaa ,

all further sales of public property I which prescribed the head or source the two parties have determined to thirty years The treaty of 95, i.nd E are the authorized Agents ot

would advise the adoption of a more s u m- of the St. Mary's as the *rue point. establish, by a Convention, several that of the 22d February, 1819 could only LW.thony Ht-nctnl, of North Carol! r.

juar)' in that to secure the payment oi any The President of the United States points, the settlement whereof will be have been ratified "by and with the na, to do all thiag* necessary for toe purpose
balance upon which a credit be consent of the Senate" of the United States, of gelling and the right
may would have conveying:
given. The last Congress conferred been quite justifiable, productive of general advantage and as is expressly provided by the Coa- tuand priv-legpof constructing, building -

on the Governor and Council the power up disregarding the act of Congress in reciprocal utility to both nations." lion, and as Georgia had a full share of representation ami usngwithin the Territory of Fionio, ,

to sell one oftlie reserved quarter sections this respect, in directing his Commissioner The boundary between the two countries in that body, she may fairlybe his improved Perpendicular Grill *Will '

of land near tt.is city and to apply the to run from the point designated was one of the points established considered as a party to both of thosetreaties for Gnndiny.licattoB .which he has O(
proceeds tv the erection of pubic buildings by the instead i as far as her boundaries are con tanked a Patent. J
treaty, of the point by this treaty, which further provides cerned.
!, It .ul be for I This mllis considered decidedly+
vou to provide by law supesnot
for tbe designated by the act-the treaty be"that the Commissioners shall make In closing a communication, which the:
I from the
in
exercise ot this privilege. But I to any at present use, '
would ing the law. The Commissioner and of their absence uf the Executive, RII atn rn cein-t't'
supreme
recommend tbat only such part ot plats keep journals proceedings 'I simplicity ')f constnictioo. the ease ;
has made it dulv
this land should be immediately sold as was not so directed. Ittote was which shall be consideredas expectedly protracted my I with wb-.ch it can be worked and the
submit I withhold expressionof
to cannot
an '
will raise a sum sufficient to complete not, however, deemed expedient on part of this Convention, and shall regret, that uiy :irate has been so occupied t quantity of meal ground The various '

bmlumgs which Dave been commenced, this account, to.arrest the Commissioner have the same force as if they were during the greater pait of my short re- : m rent ions ai.d alterations whici! have
and to erect been made, in order to.arrive at the aimptest -*.
found an enclosure of live oak a- of Georgia at the onset. If inserted therein. Both the journal silence Florida, in the administration.orl 1 valuable have all
the and most height,
Capitol square, so as to desig the Executive Office and in transacting the
rate iu boundaries from ihose of.the sur the point established by Ellicott had, 4* the plat of ElicoUforming! "a part business of my own immediate df'partmt"nt.lIS I fallen far short of the obrctdesired ; but ,

rounding strtels, and to give protection by the Commissioners of the United of this convention" and having thesame to leave me but little leisure to reflect in the present instance the inventor*ppearato

to such native trees & shrubberies aa will States and Georgia, beeu found 'to force as if they were inserted upon the subjects to which 1 have adverted' i j .nave acquired the desIderatum.

add to its bcauw and uselulness. coincide with the head or source of therein," designate a particular But I rely upon you to supply the defect* so long- sought cJter._,
ProTwon wasaao made,by the & these hasty suggestions, which however Oft The mill! attached to'a Cotton Gm, willgrind _
laetCongrew, the St.
l Mary's'the Commissioner of the St river and
for ibeitd stream as Mary's at errf
.}U tuiuu of all the taw!cfaiins jn East roneous have been ofiVrred.with the sin | \ from fifty to sixty bushels of corn a
t Vie Junda, which bad formerly! beat submitted to Georgia would have been instructedto a particular spot, acknowledged as its object of advancing the honor and prospe-j[ !t day, and that too of a superior grade of

thcue Coinmissioncrg winch had and for the colUi rupuon of proceed. It was ascertained that! head, the point in question is solemnly city of the Territory. meal ; and' tbe scarcity'of rail streams

forcornnnauoauuderthe by, mera been decided, or recommended they did not coincide, and his progresswas established. Alter the completion Win. M. M'Carty, in this country and the great labor 'auffVr-

,: acres fhn Uw WU be fo'oo'quaptjiyhl tyW accordingly arrested. You will of the work by the Spanish and American Acting Governor of Florida. ed in the operation of hand mills render ,
wnencial 1 in iu effect it the toner important to the people ofthis
'I,err,lOry: fwd \Yl,eu some upon that part or shall the observe that the first. question presenting Commissioners, and after they Tallahassee, December 10. 1827. Territory

be ma Congress, for the arrangement coal eulemeut of itself for settlement between; had taken the necessary observations, c- Th price tor a right to construct one

au Vc! the vlaiptot. } every amount aud description, the two governments, is, whether the to determine the geographical position : Iti> grieve to learn that HcNRTV.. us- of these JJil'i? ? Is fw&t/y doll an. and one

I fojcfc.lv way .etted'UPoD tqcn expect to those have a valiant yeomanry point abitrarily agreed on by Ellicottieir of the stream and poiat at its wAr, esteemed the amiable Delegate, honourable in Congress and universally from: -,t of them can be omic at a trifling expense -
extensive grants.
j tncb ,Hurt retnaio and the Spanish Commissioners thebea is thus described Ellicott in 4 ,when compared with the advantages
. in wilderness BO bus as t | as headtit by tbe Territory of Arkansas, has fallen in ai li
tines The cotiunne du iou. ;of the!'SL Mary's, now- 'as cerpage 178 of his journal.tt The astronomical duel with a gentleman of the Territory, r: resulting[ from the use of them.
lobe made the subscriber
tu
murders oummiued daring the last winjeron the result of which out of I Ii Application -
a quarrel
tamed not be the head .of the of between grew
to tbe
\ tli-Usciiia DS'a party of IiKUans, have even part boundary the discussions which attended the recent' *, and ttiotf who purchase will be fuc*>
:. inrrca.ed We tribes the anxiety of our citiicus to have aU stream pa ymed.by Ellicott shall be the United States'and his Catholic i election for Delegate.-Nat. Int tt. nuhediwith, particulars in full

. W ace,of theirtiifim.it, 'bil'our,...borders.destination.!removed tat the considered' 'as the true head under tho Majesty, ;knag.noiq completed, L. &. M. A, Armistead.

(1nterenCft'Whichl haye been held with In all them the treat, of 17951' The other and only &c." In the_next page of the journal Dreadful Occurrence..This morn- .'. fallahatsce or -'l.palasI ;.

Q'QD tQ..iJhe. ; in r.-mater f. auL rt g I Beo };*&t 141 ..1at.

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PRO ..vi IIe, ved it tbM. ,. 'D B..i. .t.\-."Je' .,, 1)[: Rotters,*** saiftpte from''the.: M'- otttffij y j't.IU ;;,. d*, '

.. 1UltiCL" ""fill-. !, < "' ., .+rart'tbr'isaslr t6 and can supply.atgipta it3+ : '_blk. 'TWO Stogy: \J Jpleasantly U 91 ,. 4i '
"'R. 'rzt. ,.I J .'d I"J4 .kftIr..,'ttLi, ..II_ r.'f .' .. .N181iET.t tip fh', lI .i ae iiter oj
'' ,"'- 'h : .. A .j m' tob;. : +det. P. H.-. situated on .heS p g.Head, 1 .
'.000r V r t r -
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the .bit : ? -'\ joo: aid lilies. satittrtd t lie sill t' .,niacth. 1kc. ?'th,1827, ,--!r leading to Cafttoameftt 'Clinch. If cjatd, DeNtes.Yo r ..,
-
PeD i ; ;i l'A 4 '_ b payment before'ttos,first or&rJIGa1"f. : Cash or rood apPrned.IC'C :tl will .berequired. n.-'r&ftS. 19ra COIa2R .
.1' O >t
... ALSO .
aa.ka'.Wft'-"O.; J :jotfcfrwfce tfccy will bate to Mt't* (1825T -&)
i '' OTS in the new Town of Magnolia. bead d A length we Kate rtacb J r
,tbkCt ssi lto11 atl. tle,rttb 0 (ta cer. SOOWh1Q the end
+ .t\l t..or""a 'JLtate offered foe sills This place tsf&SM&ei stag I ofthe Debate of this
d'u( : h1epl Hy. Ahreas. sesiiono
4rsscas tt diil1i r :8iaU.: > from Port St. Marks.ont will be old low fat Congress,after surmounting f besides .
.1827-39-. t
.- ." ...'fIU.VI": ''. -. '". .tass.blttte, .u1rec1 '_ellthab,..-._..-. .- _. J Jf }Jb8.$ttlarfc ?.riw and 15k.ai TaUahasbee.V' cash. great length, other formidable obstacles

< to tbtc their prices blrtkeYestad to L7Q 4 The rays can, be navigated-to theTotT&fey'yeWis W m. A. Bell, to the completion' of this '1ratk. .01"
drawinr 8 feet water. three month in the of'BOOM
O Summer
mentloa whether tbey wbh-to.carry the E. Pensscola, 8th Nov. 1827 34 ISt. 1826r
4 Hal In a C amatfre or on boriefeatki if in G 11 E hi&Best ;Th. .siitttttg'- it high dry and healthy i 1 after it TO begun the work

! t.:" mCkrrbge it milbe necessary b/lKatlonJ the Jtbovecrticies, by t'fessitro SitipUar Springs in the vicinity FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL'IJIp nded by. .retibn'of our dairy ex.waa

the tile, or bow aaov.paff e agtrs can be Julius Peso y. me*f which 11 only 390 yards from theHo'S TREES, &x. tion of receiving reports of=rne Speeches .

,. ti,' conveniently' co K ?IY 4.i 'm iti P'f 1Nrr.'a.._ rib 1k-". RW-J6-tC' :- i whey sl*&?_,_.ate anid'to possess ""ff :intiaeatt Botanic Garden & which order tr e' but wished to insert in their :f -
yv it which
proper
Tbr te tnctt ulljt h in every rwipectM scrc gs rtporta
though
.l .N'r lC b. For totUer JmformatloA of Terms dCa fij Nurseries at Flushing. so long waited for, did not at hut
au".if'ff }"'u'IririrrRGb'ivmsunder.ghKh : arrive .
Ji. G.iRd.N.1-IalDlen. fit Marks near New V-.Tk. Wx Pucx Unable to this
to
mock. apply complete volume even"to .
guI Ca+ntisc 1\.0 twt.lly : proprietor of this ,Establishment ,ocompletion r
1\'u CCl\Mde1lnl which Echrard.MIN.. ATTACHMENT.t 'or to A\gustus Steel Tatiahassee. approach its before tits '
t Marti 10th I82f-34 -tf. haft,jOlt published hit hew and ens' meeting of Congress in &C'eIa
tWd thu office to St. August
tart no ftC ut prevxw A 7'dlcnl. e'l8"J5. .f
t. the
,- .. j fIN 1 Catalogue' cr present year, the-work .
the art). on trhtch day.t, ey.w.U be ihU case, an attachment has 34tSi edition comprmtig.fnHt and Oroa- was necessariTj laid aside until i
fonrarded' to the Post faster General the o. after the close of that session.
I and slat commenced in County. tat Trees' Grettfcotee Plants Bulb- After t*
t .: and the compact is to go, into opmtvrown as !l;curt for Escambia Courty. CONSTITUTE and appoint Micajah met hi Runt*, American '!Indigenous Trees, strain was rewmcJ In the last Spritort -.
as he : o1 the Poet' cr I. nnavwdably suspended for iotheJ
ti A. trordoTi, Cmt>f er of PensacoUt, my agent andA.tto'ney.in :Plan's,Ac. 3-heCfUlection of Fruits contains wterral three months,
b C orwf tbo be ast rtsined. to consequencl
+
on proposals can t U aud relative I
"Ia'"ttn" Att'y., matters things in addition to the former great assortment disappoiwt-rtent in the

;I FeltgCO ..,l'ff.T'h,'1s..7S86r'to'D. to the delivery and receiving pitY 4or material I the new and highly esteemed fair the ".rk from the mills rtceint of paper

jt- W.ReseU Runt *it the Navy Yard. varieties which have been introduced cumstancet, with the unimaginable These cir-

: \ B. Montgomery.Mobile into notice by Mr. Knight, President of voL
t r cat Matter. .me to whitJa the Debates, Jto.Oj;

.f POST OmcE, iPensardia, > WILL recei\"e'P"pt7G1sat this Office 6th Sept. IS2T29tfC'6mfortable II the London Horticultural Society,by Professor *essio have extended will. serve to this

i 4th Dec. 1827-38-3 1.5 I until the 1st of April next for'supplying ; I' Van Mons. of Brussels and other; count for the lateness this p ubl ration as,
and includes aheve500 varieties not offered
, wood For the use of the Troops on Boarding.FE I lit regard to the plan of fie work,

; ; ..,Madeira Wines, ordaz lfC- this Station. 'It must be merchft >tabe.: \ W Gentlemen can be accommodated II in the for Union sale by any"Other establishment hope it win be com' imp vrQ.

t to Et.vED per Schr Orktsi from Oak-and otber r3 wood, and tht- Ccrd .: with day board and two or three revive, how elevating,1bow deftctoos to one went tipon the first volume..thtt we hare*

I ,. JR Pbilldr.1phiJ. tote by ftjeasureirent4 feet 2 inches with Rooms, by separated the Debates of the two hou
T Oflhese *
CacMar t s.- 15,000 trees
! 8 feel 4 inches and the 'Ooo. &arnicr es,so as place die Debatt'3'.ofthe
10 cases ipt'rior'01d. Loadoa Particular kith, long, .J DO. of very fine site and exceedingly thrifty. consecutive
I in
t four feet To be deli a ,
Madeira rot fall n length I are follow
ine. Honse of Mr. Peter Alba. PEACB TaEKS,-30 009 of large size
ed in the
,1 10 Old Tort Wine. ered at anyplace in the Town*ot Pensict I same order, by.those uf the
1 TVnsatoJa, Dec 7lh. 182TNOTICE -38-tf and very thrifty, and vigorous growth, including I house of .
U where it maf'bf'nnttd and at the Representatives. In
other .
At. 10 'Cherry Brandy, Superior. ; re.spects
the finest varieties of the South of
y 20 CordiaK first quality assorted in. Cantonement, corded up by the Co:', there has t>een no-essential varia
France where
: the cars 1 doz'each tractor himselF within convenient dii- ; forge Quantities are wanted trop from the origuiiat plan. The Regis*

10 M Wine Bitters. tanceof the>water side, at the usual land T'lK fo3owaiK; Articles of Ordnance tie price miff k rcdueed.PLOX teris strictly a Krister i of Dtbatn with

i" ft"i. 5 Denpjohns old Holland Gin. ing place. The wood is tobe delivered a* d Or-.teance S:'?res, the properly XK ES.-lO, OU of the chotsest such iitcMf kinds
:,:; 2 Bsmrls Cherry Bounce. such times end such quantities as in3ty'be of the United Stairs will be offered for exceedingly thr.ftj'aad bealthy.liBA material I part of 3he history the session. .
;. AI. .
; sale At Fvm&cola, Fk rids, 'on the'lOth ts--Near 300 f the choicest varieties Of the Jvar.nal
f s 6 Half Bbls. Anntseed, Peppennial directed from this office. The coftomarx of proceeding* in-
: ''.* .and Cinnamon Cordials. delivery is sixty,cords per mont "from 1-' dry of April. 18 28 ; deliverable to purrIsasPrs I selected with 'he greatest care cither house no n*M eta attempted to be .

f tH .For Sale by 'NovMoSOt* Apnl, and half that quantity at thaf.illov.ingpIac I evi 1 %. : .: to from the the 54th Wine countries, fram the 3Gth given than is nece:wary toexplain the
of
latitude and
froth 1st May to 31st,OctobeK, Tw bui degree con manner ia which e* ch Debate- and
. .FN. Point of .{Ko.J' ORDNANCE. (FmwdsIdiiery UeqttetiUy suited to-every section ofihc began
will be recewed-- >ne fur the best Blackjack 1 end P.dThis
f" .j 3 j {
; Pensacola Dee.20 1827. Weight .Uni selections'will fcc made .by the work lays claim

. _r for Bach wood oak oftbtcoantry arid other hard; and a.nothfOf't ee ndr801tl'n n CanOOri l ;ooQ proprietur, if deairod to wit any partic but above all thing, to, not exclusively....
4f : 6 6. 4' dito. 600Ptaucata. ularlocality: -and-v/here, quantities! impartiality:
large
'DRY .G OiJ There indeed
( i ; common to the Hammock on the Ha> .r- arc some speeches deft
Ie .
*af .- f 461 ditto. 8,540 re desired at reduced rates. The great1:
Sasafras Chinc cient but itiafron no fault oftire
Ra Magnolia, and pin ; Bditorg
' At ) II c. 1,800
r 12 Ca.oonades superiority of the collection
i to
f--, wood will not be/received. The first delivery -. present any j who made every ti Fort in vain to procures
II 9" -ditto. Tit -before offered will :
ever the be "
public
t .V.t.m 3 to be ready by the lit of May next.Das'1. ; the tu In some ol these cases r the He-( .
Tartllr perceived
1 byirefcnring to the'catalogues have been urnished
ports by the
E. Re-
rrH'E sabscnb rrbavc opened in the ,Barch Point or by 'visiting the establishment. \ porters to the S pcakers, for revision

.. i. City of New .Orleans; wholesale .fttt. .Qr. Jf aster.A99istatitvQ.uaiter Ilf."llr e a a Catalogues may be had gwti* of and never Jetu rne
Dry Goods Estxbfishment:where thvy Master's Office, > .Nth! 18 a ditto. 11-400 the Subscriber ; and orders left with on the part of the 7ft

: have now on hand and will constantly P Hi3C{ g. )t"c. 5, 1H27-.G1*-'1A 5tiTOttlte Yard liarboro S him will promptly attended to. the peed Des from being porter prevented -

keep l Pen- W. .UA I'LL HUNT, Agent. I report.
SEA- &c.mIlE ed at all ; and in another, someone or
and Extensive Assortment IQcoa. Pensacola, 22a Nov. 1827.LAW.. .
A general Subscriber received -,_ more members hi ve declined reporting-
basjt1
perI. End tJ.f
; ; Elizabeth from ewOtle1M2uad IlQra I t&i'l their speeches, wb :ere all other member

I QrVttditbey offer by the Piece or Package has on hand tram former impoii ttsons. fend, oppoS I 24 pdrs Inn Canyon 14100 voluntarily the case of prep the 52: ed nate such Debate reports in (as m
F secret
-on the inostJibeiaJterns.. Old L. P. Madeira, CranbeHes, cite the 3i18 di{ o. 11.400 'InHE Subscribers have :associated session. The ed

f c \W m. A. Ga.squet0.. do. ** TenewfTe, ito. .to\} & JHntedoc'Clsret 1Ja'rmct 12 'u ditto 6000Ha''r ft themselves in practice, as Attorntcs exertion) their itors have made every
1 12 Cottnsello and sc.era' power to render tit
Proctors in the
O.
\ of 13' Pickled Walnuts I ofPCTUllcoia.J
\ Ne.62 CAlf Slretl. Courts of4.aw, Chancery and Admiralty,' work complete. They bavr so far succeeded -
G. he s Butter, Curry -wJrrs,
New Orleans, 6th n-c 1 2T 40 that it i is, perhaps,
Ltiat Lard in Tin Canmitcrs 6131 pdrs ditto, 34,200 iu the! Middle and Western DistrictsFloiida of marecoo

' I : Haraniiahhocoite! f. 9'24 u M ditto. 42,800 a. d in the Court Appeals at plete titan any Wit rk of the same nature
JB.JG.1\t RB.I1\ 0 that ever has tsn ied from the
[ TaiUhassee.
I do. Prey'rves, 1 \3 If ditto. 3.800 They will also attend the Press

' \ FOR SALE I Vtushroon and Tciratnes Ketchup, t 2 II ditto ;4,000u Superior Courts of the-Counties of Itecaturand Wherein it is yet incomplete they ask
the usual indulges "9 of the public
It in towards
Tuscaloosa 1 9 cs U ditto, 32,000 Early Georgia.and the Circuit
k A tie PENSACOLA lyeVhskey,
f BOOKSTORE, those whose failure of
Courts of success
Flour, Kacon, Hams. &c. 4 6 U dilto. 5,200 Henry and Pale in Alabama. proceeds
the following Elegant Prints. Persons wishing disk Syrup and norl 8 4U "ditto 8,540 Their Office is at AVebbville, Jackson' from causes b yond their control

I, Hen tte-Queen of England,'Wife off ble Sotipf for a Pea voyage: can J>e sup I .n' I 4 3' 41 ditto: 3, 00 County, "Florida at wh'uih place one or. G. # s.

Chal'll-S ht. plittl by applying' to the suhscribor' \{ilLI I ; J H, ee Hnwitters! .556 tl e other may at all times be consulted I OCj The Volnme now announced.

'- Charles the First, King? of England. I keeps a compete assrtrtrnent of,Sea Slmes 5- 2 ( dttto. 12000 except when attending Courts. istk of between f/. teen and sixteen httn-
: l' 'K''Conclusion of lh<* of Trov tired page, thtsdivic led :Of the REwi.
business
Treaty ; will receive immediate :rs
I his t.tS'
At Brick Stove,Main street, in front ot V.w Iran .ivf"b I 600 '
"Henry l. King of England, receiving 1 tic.Public attention. there are more than 1340 f 1.1t\ of wipe-

t.. the Prmcew.of France in' ferriage. ,! Square.Julius 3 Total.weight: oi. Iron Cannon 2o8,4-t6- JAMES WEBB, Woyal Octavo \\z\ ?,and Brevier type.

'. Cornelia, the Mother the Uracch'i, Pescay. is- -- PETER W. ( CiAUTIER Jr.rVebbville making 2690 column of the.width, of &

; exhibitingher chUdrect .*_o the LRomaft.. Penaacok, .Dec. Ttli, 1827-38-tf. ; f 2,24! pens Draw Cannon 13,9lfO. 15 Nov 1827.--35-7t. column of this paper,* rand of nearly half

f tnatron,as herT rsutoes. I 12}, 6 4t ditto 1,246 its length. Of the Apj endix, compriwng>

A Village near Harlem. F. H. N1SBE !I1, t" 8 tn. Howitzers do. ,.10II D1SHOLUTION.fill the most interesting oi the nAn PAi'Ktfij

: The Dwelling of the Fishermen, at.. BEGS leave to inform his Friends and 7 2\\ 6"II do do. 412 HE partnership of FINI T & licsir. to which the session gave birth. there
10 Mnrtay do'
3,168"Total
lAbbeville.Caraciacus. .Customers, that he has recommenced TOW, in consequence of tne de.ithof arc 144 pages. Of the ACTS paced during -

King of the Britons. business at his Old Stand q weight; of HmssCannon 21,1F,6. Mr. James- nshtonis dissolved ; aft the session, a complete! edition Bells

., A Village near)Iordy k. here he has for sale a very good assortment tI --, --- : hai-iug: claims against the late firm let'sons 37 pages mote. The fxijsx to- the Debates
200 000 Ihs shells
o Cannon halls and
A View of Mrudoit.PeirsCOla. ofKresh ( will present them to the subscriber for and .:rrs'JD1x, ifi inking 11 pages,

: I Ueco 19, 1827. Seasonable Goods : a I of various Calibres from 3 to settlement, ami those persons indebted, closes the volume. I1'he
S ; thirty-two poundess .
will forward price of this Vo lume, stitched ia
and
Received by the latest arrivals from New t3 604 Musket Cartridge Doxes come make payment,
will be.
NOTICE.W1TILL
: cover lr.' IT Duiijuuk
be paper
as no indulgence can given.J.Lb1ES
1 ark I Philadelphia. 19 do do 31 Belts
t. an ox
,
When Proposals wet e issued for this
be sold to the highest bidder S PINLAY.HtUi. .
.],;% a>.ad 4 Point Blankets 1. 6 Bayonet Dells
hat the
I 11 on Monday, the 14th 188 CI5 "f""c 4 20th. Nov liJ2r.-36-tfALMANAC work, it was supposed t greatest
January Uuffield
7-4 and 8 4 Striped Blankets 4,900 Priming Tubes volume to which the seco nd and alternate
h at 11 o'cloek:4.".on a credit cf three. 1 bats superior Heavy Whitney da s. 1 000 Fasfes
J sir and i U volumes could extend, would be ono
nine months;; the ftreftm -this 3 hairs.Whitest.Drab Flushings 1'705 Port Fit PS 1 _.1
4r t.
thousand
; and it
O pages ; w as hoped that it
city, known by :t'itcme 6i IWnckade and 1 tack
; Blue black imperial cloth, blue 4 Screw
would fall
considerably sh ort of even that
agreeable to resolutton passed hy the J 535 sheets of Tin
and tuixt casaimeres ; salinetts, assorted ; The second
tot
Br ard of quantity. ume was therefore
Aider men. 2)rc. 4tb, 827. and t 2,000 lh" weight Iron.
super super -comnxxn fancy prints, Scrap FOR offered to .ub ribers.&t Five Dollar,
John JetTison, Mayor. dimities; 7-81.00 4-4 Irish liners; Irish! beam about the
TERMS The sales! will be for Cnll, proportioM to the subscription
Pe r"'CQla Dec. 14th,1827,-39-.4t lams ; dimiiies; Wiper -6-4 fancy git j ;ff' price ,of the Itt folume, which
and the minimum price of the Brass Ordnance -
1 hams; white,ye How, red andgreenfin 1828JUST 800 pages would bearto%>, the number
rl.bread Laces Inels black and colored bombazetts is fixed d tirentv-five cents per
JLaceT'eils ; of contained in that oluDle.lrtead
pages v .
s' J printed Hcmbazetts and Salisbury fln.nnels : n mnd. For the Iron Cannon, Shot and
rfi'. Shells, fifteen dollars per ton. Ownersof of 800 pages however, the
] spool cotton,assorted cotton balls
; ; work, embraces double)
nearly that
THE Subscriber b u-rereived, 1"1 Beaverteens linen "cambrics i cambric Foundries the.Nurthern: States can RECEIVED tity. To double the price, which quan.
at
we
ive information the
ree concerning
Orleans from Philadelphia, hdkfs Baroge hdkf ; bla'ttalian cr..Pf'; any A3TD FOR SALE AT THE issue it
proposed to ,voutd''be the rule or
-"Mlu. Dennison fr,m "New'York.-In flounced robes ; tngitam do,spider nets above mentioned articles from Captain PENSACOLA BOOKSTORE. between
justice and the
us But
addition DA.NIEL E. Assistant 'Master public.
to his Ibrnvr asortmeut1 patent thveads Russia diapers, plain ana HITRCH Quarter
bex cont llaiog..an elegant assort figured book muslins Madras and Brit U. 5. Army, Pensacola Florida ; or NOT10E. we are desirous to give the work currency
rnent of Thread from Lt IsAir A. ADHK\ commanding and iliall be abundantly satisfied ifj
and
'Gimp Laces, black taniahdkfs., compy flags, figured crp-,
and white Lace Vei s. Arsenal BatonKouge i 'Iaa.; of Aawhistration, on the within any reasonable tinke, i it reins i urstf
4 plain and- "u red dresses; white browr and mixtd-cotton LETTERS '
/
4-4 imp'faces &c Samuel U. Overtoil, late oT oar expenditure lipon'T IdgeY/ier with
allot
; the pat. halt hose white and mixed worsted & Dan'1E. Burch
the interest of
the If
the of Escambia expended.
lernf. County deceased having money
ALSO, lamb wool do; fine linen hose, ladies
Asst. Qr Master. heen profit comes afterwards at interval
t granted to Mrs. Margaret Ann Over- a long
Suprrsqper 4-* white flan refs white and black cotton do. 'lead dale
gauze ,, ,
ton the Honorable the from the sale of the reserved copies, it
hd.es: Maher| white cotton hose, gentle- and>i>laok worsted.do., plain and camblet Isaac \. Adams by County Court will
of said CotntaU demands serve to our own labor
xaen'*era*; ta'black*lk fornirure persons having compensate
hhdkfs fine Din cloaks check bed-ticking, superfine 1st. Lt. on Ordnance service.Pewftcoa,21st and anxieties undertaking
en.,.-rs, against slid estate, are requestedto concerning this
genii B2eos brown and_ white cotton shirtings, oil cloths bi&ck Nov. 1827.
;j.. : lin n ffSoves: fancy prints, striped and bOll Juis s,fancy belt ribbons, black and' present the ume for settlement, and has, which no one can appreciate who
those indebted, are requested to makepa.ymetllto not himself partaken of them. We
checked .
: grass muslins. whit satin and mantua do.54 iraU uirtio have
NOTICB.TffE BOBtiKT MITCHELL placed the volume at the lowest
vi 4
ninksgentlemenfsboots,8hoes'bro- ,-danudc,brown linens black
1 ; super Attorney in fact for price which .we'could offer it to thepab-
Bans and pumps, of very superior quality and white, plaid and striped -Oaptiste subseriber, a Ttistice of the Peace lic
M. A OV.t aTON ; making it, wcbelfevet cheapest
,
at- Mir morocco walking! shoes. printed shawls and hdkfs; .printed Water- the County of Hscantbi'S ,.thit

; 7 bales 3-4 and 4-4 brovn sh g's. loo sbawifttncy silk dresses, nuns thread. thorised commissioned ant sword, has taken ratnr. #
Pensacola. Nov.27th, 1827. -37-tf was ever pubHshetL
J' 1 case 10."priced cloth'l fi linen gloves, linen tapes, Russia sUirtingti- an office in the house belonging to f The few who have. .emitt tecJ

B. NisbeL mill'ddrab'ciotb! blue and red strou,.&c General Call; Where "he can be found at NB\ 8. .a.Dr.IIIRM". Five Dollars persons for the .work.,vil): 4.\'OJhCt:

:'i Pengaeola, Dec. 20th,'1827>--4Q-tfW. ALSD, any hour in the zy,for the transaction of The volume forwarded.them for the monq
4 cases ao\Hery, xnscrted9case business.He our co.
r of
received,in literal fulfilment!
:.{ HAS L HUNT 'Brewstcr' hats, assorted quali.t will also do any copying, OT adjust tract. It will be left for iliem M deleft. .

."'. dS accounts, on ikr most rcasouabie terms Eagle :. Tavern mine in the court of cogtciraceier whets
':,.e.,. ItT AS just reoet\ed.from Boston and of- trw ks fine ready made clothing and with promptness. will volttntJil/py the a(*'
or not they
JLjl fen for sale at low prices aa os- 12t inks ladys ate! g Dleni' boots
:s jSO.1ment ofBlank and shoe-, l,onvey anti\\w. ditional cost oT three'dollars, to'make up
i'r' b A.ND'.TRAVELLER'S the/cta&'price of eight dolUri.We .
,
Books & St.ati Chtldrens and boys' shots,browns,Sec. informshis \1
lUJ7V., TheubscTiber respectfully REST. call this fthioe thejjecond. 1:1nI
Soil Leather,calf km*, stir threadS frimrfs,and the public ie general,that 'TIE '
4., of Subscriber informs the publie I be obvious to eve iy Ohe, 1t rer,1t
conw-ting Ledgers, Journals, Waste.JLct tobacco 7.
S : kegs Virgini 1 be will draw Ueeds, Mortgages Hill of that he has opened' a house though such a quantUj aa 15-10 papa.
CaA
er, ,rod loroice Books BcuuaBinding S boxes superi >r cavendish do Sale & Powers of with neatness .,
Attorney,
"..- ,, of Public Entertainment :" the may be sawed together>abut>.yet the y' "

,3 h f Ledgrs Joonah Waste, Day a dLetter Hardware, &,. and leg-al precision on the most reasonable -, h' use formerly occupied by. JJaj. Hall I cafttet tc hand in a'stable. volume 10'is. ". 1.
-
mca and desk and accommodating terms; and soli-' for that fronting the public to be used:to adrx '
Pen ,
f 1 Books Leather Backs and Gmt pocket tpi< purpose ; Agc, but will aw t f ,}
knives; knives-Stforks, carvers waiters c'rtt a portion public patrona square,, which he has fitted upiaa convenient aril, be separated into two v''t. S t

is nrrs Album Alphabets, Docket or lI mo- aod trays; Henau' brat -needless swif H. B. Stringer.Pensacola 'manner for tbe reception oft.. parts t each of'1selfofs .p rU1.e.mak; :;
b
landuabooksL lrercoven3 and smallQuarto fen said, tray, pUurticarpenter's spurs apectacka ITthfOcU 827- 31-tf. yellers and others. Ira table frill always I mg1.e F'irf'and PAn the 8ecoCYQt ,4'

.; nbormakerti and cur. -- be supplied with the 'best which the meU.. :, t- {l

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Super B and tongs kettles, aucc pas, cotton y best cTttqaors: No exertion, will t>e len and dtliew 'for tht.irjrto T1tdachingaessasi0a

i ,1' Pepeh Su FoB+.., Post, Blotting.belt j-. cards&.&c. IS herebyiv a H that at th en s urJatwatyTermof tbCounty. g wanting.pn, the part of the proprietor,.' n ofCu a_' 1 =.d F
Foolscap the }
Honorable
\t. t )>tart dJAtcl'PsAeT' t't fS2.00h. ec 7lh 1827--3ti-lt" te., tit. render.general satisfaction to,thou. ford a fenrrabie optanceg a1tIot; itw ,
,Lead Penods, Court for the County of Eacam.bl& !
( p rulid and plain I r who may favor hi in .with their corm Aj'. from.t dUtaocc for.1,.s t e ,
trill
Glass savl vouchers, ,be
S &a&no Ruse s wooden orjsptnnedi. 1'0. jAJ.I accounts pre'i Hit stable are.well calculated for a'number conveyance of,the volume (, is toG

\ tide 6csatids;Cork l.btlmdlAmencan >& Four Shares in theJOINT seated and appU"atioD.made for a. final C,, 'of bcrses aod a good and. attentinOstler bulky} to sew by mail to aof prt of, tli,

S j\ .r..rrlllll loddibte Ink EarI,. .afayCtte settlement of the estate of Dr. James will stall times be at head.* count.. ,

r;: Rid Highlander PlaYing Gads,.Blank ftT ttCK E\J ND' Broneu h,deceased. Families,,or Gentlemen who may.viafa I VoUlU. of the lie istctof' l. i It4i>

Gratis Y 1ticr Cards pocket Boob and Ewd.. L. Drake, Atty. Can be accommodated with private apartaients. ., in the and c.Jnlidmbl1.=
Wharf Palafox Street i.ql'eDl&CUia. press .
Was ud .Wafer" for building a : I '
f Wallets, Jted Saliq for GEO WALTON Adin'r.Pcaace GEO. FISHER. ;
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'JMack do.r do. : glisb 1a lath aDd Ucc.Dutch l'I Satct t I CiUU.at bit Oii oy 1 ;bier.aD.514'-3G.-4t. Tallaluwcc, Dcc.1't-. "w'catti bt r .




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