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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: January 4, 1828
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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..* 1 V (Principia, nonhor,1inu.) PENS; \ CO LA, FRIDAY, JANUARY: 4th, 1828. '(Open to all parties : influenced by none.) plo-42.

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PLJ\LlSI.U, VI6L1 .Y, BY i ed to repair l to OIK: of the eastern character when he should return lightning proceeds from the stormy motionless heart bcnoath She is in

iL5Jr.1. _ar T, I siat *sto wltn ,ss the division of an estate from conquest. When news arrived bosom of the cloud, or as the earthquake I]. heaven ; for a woman in loveliness,
XT.SOLE t left by a relative, and 1 saw him from the memorable field of Orleans i U
KoiruK *>H' S'tinrFrs' 'tx in its heaving, throws up shining nothing less than nn ancjel arrayed
r'U'J,,lltro..rllrt. Laws <<.1 t'lC i''nlt.d States no more until November had changed; the knell was tolled in my ear of the j jfHn.ls.u '!j in mortality. JVI1LFORD BAUD, ,

$ BSCRI"Th)x-Var 35Half i jold( lioreas from his northern care.jMnny .- death of the gallant Leander. It came How did you rest last night, Elmira -. -_
yc-ar 3 I were the privations which I like a dagger to the heart of friendship, :. ?" said the kind hearted keeper I From the Winchester. (J'a.) Gazette.
Q carter .year"ivance. ] 50 experienced in the absence of my and 1 dropped a tear to the memory of her cell. A pedlar who had been trading ia

ADohttrlsltta.---Every Subscription payable iu H. advertisementflf I, iricnd.I of him, whom I loved as a sccond.I i "I 1 have no ray of rest, (returned 1 the neighborhood of Harrisburg, Pa.

the width of one column a,.{.' measuring i. I well remember the evening on I self Such, said I, as I laid my book *h",) :MVV when that spirit speaks ., for several years, was found dead,
not more than twelve lines: ol th is type, first which Leander rest rned. He press aside, is th1 fate of mm; The hour (pointing to liie miniature)) :nd whispers near the Donegal cross roads, with a
Insertion one dollar each weekly CO 11 till 11IUlC't' ed my hand'Wtlh all the warmth of;: of rejoicing often ushers: in the day of '* -iiou shalt stIll be h'lpl'Y.- strap around his neck, and fastflned to
wider ones ar
the same fifty cents rate.; lour Rule and and figure woik, friendship, with a heart overflowing i mourning, and the wave of hope is L-1S, jiiiim_ wtjile I was thinking of sapl'ng.. Ho had been gambling,

double price for the first insertion. Ad- j with delight', and I believe it was as overwhelmed bv the hlllow of despair I hours l lour:; quite by, and dep rted never and lust all his money, which, it is

\eUisemenU will be tastefully displaced, cordially, returned. Come, my dear and where is friendship? It is swept 10 !return, an angel hove ed above supposed, drove him to desperation]
HCforduief to the uatuio ol(thein. and Will forever into the dark the the : IIIbt.d and] sii'cide.! A sad warning to beware >
and smiled
fellow, said he, 'I will] treat you to a dreary, but would not
b measured matter of this six. ti | I
\\< hcu inserted by at intervals, (that i i.*, noi pt'io- the.-tre ticket, I the play is Romeo and] desohte doil rta. The grave covers 1! speak.! I called it by its: name, and I j ; of the allurements of vice.

crtl'd inuT'iun each insertion \\"illlJ* j !bouse aiul Leunder: wis tlrea milt of lory, And! wllc did it .Jarriagr.-Ile that would gather
tact ) ch.ire- ; ,tnu there will he a fa t.-l hIaalJJp ; !-! ) e go1 1"? said] L
ea" a new advt>riisenient.-Amounts fur :''g--t ie'uly, 1 hive not forgot the swil.rtg tl) l'IC cJt.'j)!Js\l] at the feet of his fur :\os I stilll) gazed," said Elmira, the roses of matrimony, should wed

atlvntmnir"" Liberal payable clHltr l.'ts aiuavs' will on ht| demand.it made{ with. LJl'.lUY, I am told that slio will be one-now he sleeps in a fforv bed! "another descended and hung upon in the May of life. If you wish only a
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those who v. i i'.ih to advertise by the year. -tiieie.: *Togriitifmy friend( j, ;and I inj Time, liSse the vision: of grtietv, !gradually the curtain and said in language that withered loaves and thorns, why put
[IT*" '"oiumr.uicitiyns directed toV.. j the hope ofi'gain feasting! nty volupj reskrcd J the trj.ntuility| and I' made{ me ;almost IsIPPYF'c; yon 1 1I it oft'till September. Procrastination

Hast, Hunt IV-t later, Peusacola, will! j! tuous wyes on the charm beauty! I healed like a kind physician my I bright;! niGuii shall three times take her I: t 40.is the thiefof time." _.
b dlllv aH'lulcd to. repaired with him to the theatre, l'ui1'tilo I wounded l heart and recalled me to the rounds, the yoiiiuj, !Minis! a shall be I .!
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-- did lie drcim in those halrn I J crcle iu which I had cei'Spd; ] to move.Ou j I in ulo I ;a IJrH'I! } aiTiemnted I j I __ ___ __ _
: \5ISCKLLAXY.: 1L moments of joy, that! he was' U \n.ta ,\ i ,il.-.* ji .r."g;; in :51 ';r J W-.'- I I.' j.I.! .. 1 1.,1.} 'I'". 1'(-,.".'11).,1":It.Jital.. : ,.. n-,{+i). iot. (of.u.- the t'A\t.- \1 u.t'sIi ;;
-- --- -. --' -- part in a real 1 tragedy equally ail cct- solicited to visit: tlie: hospital:; as a I into .ir." I i '(
it'Hcra.(.
r'"o"l .Xaturdny. >frm/# Post. ing. The house was unusually crow( Sf>IJ'ee of instruction ; I seldom I ever I You inns not think of those

rut: FAIR MAXIAC. ed that evening, but it was not long-I entered that "syhnn, .,1 mi-eiyaiii! w- it', ". I I IIIJ. Lrs (-, tIl'.j. I ;LIt'! 'y xv'i;; vlisii.ic{ ; ,your :: [JrrmJ1fl Posr-OrriiK,g th I,"T'W/) >n.tI JTn1rgc.> j
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lc- p 'n..ivr pity ; pond'rii.jf here, before Leander had procured a friend vvith'int refC'i'IIIt:1: 1 lesion tun e11s'.iv! I m.ri.:! Mm. l'3tlt 1SJ7.! fSIR.
A scene of sot e+)W And ; he '1LtC(! !. T..er; : mao' ; [) s-iid! she ,
who was in the same box, to introduce to ( S :ttl n'OII t'len sir-pose: : ; '
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The Its of this Dcpartnifiit .
gw pi-t child of 1 '('ling shed thy tear, ijs to the beautiful and accomplished: the runfs of cutllttinl! : ; ; .nil the ; 'I" ,!li'1:' i I.. 'ce ,'Minir' I il-, l-Mijier L bloom I !:'pipts
O'er beauty's blasted mind. 1 for the VO-T ending 1st of
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wreck of nrm-l i suiUc.-ent; to olit-u abreast :Iu th't! Elm be wivtclu'd
Khnira. Sho! the lovely i ';1 IT"-
It WlS'l hpmtifllI'ening; in prime was same i July lasi, ;wioimt'Ml l to 1,-173,5)1: 0(>
I ol'nrit'Ole--'veh: ; vi.Ticient: to I I III U site I ? -\i i .1 : i ij
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\ cre.itnre; : as on that evening when we I.> ;.s 1 l' j p'>oj !During the
that vranr'ered with the ; I : .une period
sprightly, !! beheld her contemplating the ccctn mu)) 'Ei a hfiart: :t"adamant.: .\';) we entered J j i I:SP'U't I broken I Khuir.i j I ."" LiO'.I'"H1 ap- j
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1\ cnC"agin!.r Leander a'oujr expenditures were 1,375,239 00
th'1 0': -skirts: of Philadelphia. Nature | of niiiht! -all engaging, all charming.: lit'.' sp I icii>us tuft; tine sides of!S I p j ircd to d nvn lor a moment upon -- _-,..

%%:,,, jjrrayed in the garb A crowd of admirers waited: upon her wlucli wore phiiiteJ' by the 1naSct_ I her in'.ii-i:,: i, and 1 a; tC'Ir stole from h'j $100,312 00' ,
gayest tyoyenby lls of : dreary! cell, a t fm d.. eyis don her pale: .cheek. Then!
the goddess of flowers l & the distant charms, and my friend, Lc-ander; was; Wj many: Leaving one hundred thousand,
the! von e broke full (' 0', uiflgentlv utttering: the mine of Leauder with
r.r's'm'c made vocal the I not least calculated; to please: : nor upon my three hundred and twelve dollars
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ho died ; iu SIUMI enlramv a .ilhritic; voice, silo appeared to be
charming cljon i trrsflliat, : the de- \ was viewed in an inferior light by 'in-ay p !surplus= of receipts.
sung
sound that I !' pped fur ;, ii-?!Hiint lost in the maze reverie..
jibe bright and sparkling of her > :
lining glory of the day. It was a ; eyes I The receipts of the last year exceeded
scum' that still lingers in my memory, whom he adored. His person was and 1 hung: with! p,>culiar; del'L'in! ;i1p.ll) i. With a bosom ready to burst, I left those of tho t four preceding
even as in the l strain. Again; the :)-.\'I.C', JUMSJC: tho Hospital and the
and often haunts my waking I dreams 'I elegant comparison, as I passed through years: the sums stat
departed\ lI'tP1)iness. It was :a pic- I. thai of the matchless Elnma, and the stf'lied1a the undul.iling; Hi!'. and at l leach I VJ'.AJ J. musing upon her unhappy fate. ed, yiz.! 1826. $85,134: IS
of his mind close it was ntvcrheraicd: ; uloii'/ 1 Twice I 'd li I the
lure bright as the pencil of a poet's I. suavity ana manners every w saw depaited 1S23, 221,43.68
imagination! could paint, and even I could. only he rivalled by her lfallSI the distant arch. Surely, slid I, t'u.s; I beauty (;f ilie dl-f..ied, Elmira. INIW 124, SO t,:>.>'2 09 '
I cendent chnrms. It is must be SfHllCcal m.ustsel; I tlion Ali\ )her when: her had] bn-
no : : judgement
now it ));$o\\s before me like;' the spirit I esagggeratiun ili2.JJt: .)263: 88
of youthful loveliness. Lives there reader, for never did the sun not HI a sylvan: cell.-ult would; m.K'-: I rome entirely subverted, and the no If,to tho above sums tin-re !he added

heart so dead to the liner sensib lilies .; shed his beams upon more grace or your lic.ut; ache," slid the keeper, ]J longer; know: the oojecis) which surrounded hl'- -imoiint of the reduction of

of nature, that it never!. recaN the Jialcyon j symmetry; and his intellects were illuminated "to see the lovely lips of that }ht;-tuil- !J'r.; One! (eveiiini: as i J Ir: mCtI xponiiiuirc; upon established routes,
visions oV youth and childhood by the rays of literature & ful female, from which t'iOx soon ;Isptoceed. out at tiie gale )5u molancholy 1I11t-1 witlio.it! : lessening the public acconi-

3-ives these a man that; never recal- science. He repaired with her irom ." ,lie hud iioso"nerpok v-n, *in; us usird, suddenly a tall COMinandiu mo'iriiit.>;1. and due allowance be made

led to his memory, the sacred hours the theatre, to the dwelling of her parents than he unbarred the sounding ioo. ,,., officer! stood: before ni''. r fie ,' lor i'lrrcased; services, at a rate of
vhun he strayed upon; the hanks of and was welcomed with hospitality and hood I heavens; 1! what a siijiu wets pressed my hand tagorly, en I coulda'rou.se. I compensation beiow what had usual-

the murmuring rivulot! or reposed be- ; for his family: was well known. :!pics.-nted: to our view Her lace: ft Out IilV reverie, and wi.h an: I lv, hero: paid; ( the condition of the DeP'limcnl -
m.,.ih the ombrageous shade of the The r.iinbowof hope that night gilded was turned from us, and she was penciling earnestness that was not fnuili.tr to 1 1mc. ]I will by found to have been '
the horizon of_.eanlet I some lines of poetry upon the I raiii-d) foil' in hl !
sylv.in grove? J say, is there a heart I s happinessbut 1 my (ve > ;improved, within four years ending
that does not throb at certain sounds, I it was not like that which glows in wall, tvlllcll'tvas almost 1 covered.! Her f ice, and 'Ztud! heaveeI! I ,-.TO-;..-.7.' d l lo.t July last, more than a million of

and certain scenes which recd to recollection the firmament, a security for future _: dark hair; fell in dishevelled! ringlets mv friend-Lonn.ler:, IKI; he ,lO'd% dtiliais! ; -ihti iu! last year, in com
the sweetest and dearest felicity. Visions! golden prospects: \ l over a neck ot'snnw, anti a form before: mu a< an :altered 1)1'a), : ,-d i|I IMrion'i: tli the year preceding 1st

moments of life? Then he is dead to crossed his mind), as he thi.'ty h1111,,.!fin not inferior to that described before, I wis; lilt !ijulely; ;.. of :pnghiy E : L. tnder. \ July, 1823, m.r ialf' million.:
the his chair in his and was sitting* the fl >ort I advinc-1 Hi- had lu wounded( the lif-Jvl! of
luxuries of the soul! Leander I, apartment, promises upon : ; on j \V thin the las; ; year, an augment,.
of still happier In/urs r.urj' in oj behind her, as her; delicate fin- Oie! HIS, but a keener deeper wonn.l I ,
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possessed a poet's fancy, and the i j .. ... I *' transp rt.iion of the mail InSbe
scene inspired him-there was a creation J his delighted ears. lIe had boweJ I grvs,<. eac'M'ti: : .vni "oirow, were tin-j!I I now r-inkled, in Ills heart. How isj I a authorm f7.cd, of four hundred &; ,
to his own intellect even as: beautiful : before the shrine of all }powerful beauty iNhiri the!: i'i.s' line ; and who can il* Elniir.i,' ';:,lid iu"-and the tear started fiuoeii thousand two hundred & four

) and brilliant as that which Mir- and had offered] up his \'Oat : crilJmy ..itoti'shinent:, when) If' lIi.n! !.r ) from ells eye as he! spokw She teen miles annually, in stages, and on

rounded him. lie was formed to feel the altar of adoration. In a word he! I ,rivet her sVMiI'ler! I Lr'lieUi the miii-J; is as wretch'; ; (.<;au! I.) as iiuinan nature horseback, or in sulkies, five hundred

and to ...dmiJ e, whether! ensaced! in- loved-yes, he loved, even to devotion. I inture of Leand The i i'nr !maniuc .! can be." A'!ilin he grasped my thousand and thirty-two'mi1's.

the) contemplation I of n'.nnred: for in- : In these: happy htliiicin: :>tius:: was; l'ie', ))e,!ulilul Elmira; Pity, sorrow h:mid and burst into tears. H(: wept Under the contracts recently made .

animated' \ bennrleis heart was the he indulged, while! diiys, and weeks, I :lIc1! every four feeling of my likt- a Uiid: as I repealed him the great additional facilities have been

throne of frlend-Hp; and the! empire of and months shewed- 'his palh with soul, dished! to my eyes, and! 1 stood i j tain, lull! requested him to s'e her, as /iven, by accelerating the mail on

Jove. Such wii the character of my flowers. lie arkntiowlciiged Beauty: !!I II I for a moment the subject of*grief like 1' I thought tint Ins presence might leading routes, increasing numberof

earliest: my dearest and lamented as I ihe Princess who waved her scep :tie! inoiiument before me. Kecolh-ct-i! iiave some beneficial effect on her trips, and establishing lines which

friend] i Ire without royalty over his heart- I ing myself I again ]leaned over her, mind lie undo me no answer, bin connect important districts of country.

Hut I digress.:: As we returned to/i he oven imagined her to be the niisrh- and: read [h'l'!' e') which! sue had I still ;uiii-' upon my shoulder and it There are few towns or villages in

the city, clown one if the I pnncipal I \ ty mistiess' of the mind. His poetic 'written, upon the last line of which I seemed as. if his heart was ready to the Union, which are not accoramo
\ Streets, my f.!,\ suddenly re> n being; of suruassiii: 1 loveliness- J fanciful; ; goddess in the I dL''an grove, I J follows : never will I gaze upon *he desolate The post offices have increased ta
beautiful) in the! cxtn'ml"rf her tall ; whoso: matchless charms could rule, ;Afl IitlLdrcainc; I tlr:<; banting1: Invnst, ruin. of horiiiiv: -never, never." I seven thou- d.
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slendei f 1lgiJrti was reclining ;ag .inst without a rod, the empire of tho! That hy it should thy soothing j pal t from her ; could not solicit him n.!;ain, for I cold' In the last four years there has

the railing at the doo of an elegant vorlsl.: It was to such a being that And! J little I thought this thiu'jbin:; ho.irt, not even l" Gone," exclaimJ J j been added to the mail 1 operations of'
building. and she he bowed, when, ho knelt iu the adoration TliAl it should Know tiie jina'.vir.trOf ed he in broken sobs "arc
aunenred- to__ _h_*_> :_+_h-\u :mart. mv .years; the country, in revenue, transportation -
sorhed m meditation as she gazed at i before the accomplished Clini- I inourning misery. I of promi ed happiness- -oue-forever of the mail), and post offices, more
cloudless skies the :; ra. Nor was that and hallowed ? He paused-for the poignancyof
silver pure than third.
upon l moon. I :\Way !' hon spirit of the dead, one The means of the
She locked like some soft spirit bow- flame which! burnt upon the altar of Hansjt not the .ireanis, that round my head, his feelings overcome him, and if 1 Department are now ample to meet
ing at the sluice adoration, as we his heart permitted to burn in vain. In drcnd distraction lave ; could snppose th it tilL ;'e was a check the: reasonable wants of the Country ,
involuntarily stopped to admire that As the Priestess of Brathtna, on the I For oh he sleeps where i oaring rolls, that, will wear a smile m the !perusalof and a vigilant administration of its affairs

face of angel mould, upon which the margin of some secluded stream, offers The Wild tide o'er of human his: hearts and. souls, I this tale of woe or that; there is a for a few years to come, will
gory grave.To '
beams! of the luminary fell softly.- up her morning orison to the rising witness what effect it might ,heart so ciead to feeling as to pronounce place the disposition of the Govern-

She was apparently about sixteen. sun, so, in retirement, did the I have upon her rajid tide of thought, I it fiction, It never should! escape ment an animal surplus of more thaa>:

As we moved forward, her glance fell prayers of the fair Elmira ascend for : ((Tor it may be observed ;In the verses from the sanctuary: of my breast j bell a million of dollars. Tnis' sum

upon us, and though our view was only the welfare of Leander. Though h not I that her mind was in a disjointedstate The sun of my glory has set in will be augmented as facilities; of mail

aided by the feeble rays of the one single word had ever escaped the i ,) I took up her pencil and wrote clouds," continued my friend aud intercourse are multiplied! and caabe

moon, never did I behold so lovely a sanctuary; of her lips, yet the smile, under the Jjnes-Leander lives !- I i darkness rests upon the )hopes of the lost advantageously; applied, if .
creature. What a beautiful girlsaid and the blush that gilded the horizonof I She started at the name: and dartedat I wretched Leander! lie would have deemed within! the Constitutional '

J, IS we advanced. "Beautiful!" responded her happy mind and the lucid tear me a glance from those once lovely I said more, but his heart was full-"=a I powers of Congress in the establishment /

Leander. The sound reach starting from her downcast eye, like dark blue eyes, that penetrated to deep sigh escaped him-he tore himself and repairs of mail roads.

ed her the tender were often the silent articulated" Farewell" he fled
passion ever instantaneously rcpresenta- ture. A wild hysteric laugh succeeded ; was shown to be in deposit, and due
influenced the heart of (! tives of language. Never since that hour have I beheld
man, it, and in the next breath a deep [ I from Post Masters, including judgments
Leander was its victim at that moment. Thus timelike the magic drama ofa sigh escaped from her bosom.It the unhappy Lct nder. Even ruv.v, obtained on old accounts,.the _
Wrapped up l in the contemplation dream, rolled on, and rolled his rapid was the echo of a desolate heart. II while I relate his sorrows, his head sum of $270,321 "87

of tho being upon whose fair tide into the vast ocean of eternity. Never shall I forget that sigh--even | may be pillowed in death, or he maybe To this sum may be

features he had a few minutes before Another and another year pass- now the sound lingers upon the zephyr : wandering in the wilderness of the added time surplus of .

gazed'he appeared lost to surround- ed away, like the shadows of the evening that sweeps by my ear. Even nowI world, the victim of blasted hopes: last year 100,312 00'
ing objects and with his usual enthusiasm into the gloom of night, and I dwell upon her faded loveliness. and dark despair. -

fed upon the recollection of her found myself j far separated from my Years may whiten my head ; and fur The once, fair; and beautiful] Elmira $370,633 ST

smile. Did you ever see her before, friend, iu a lonely village. At lengthall row my cheek, but never while memo I soon went dov.'.i to the tomb, but her The repairs I lately) authorized to be
said I, as I took his arm? ']Jut once' correspondence ceased between ry remains shall I t forget her image. ; memory lives in the heart of Leander's 1 made on t'lo mail roads from Columbus ..-

rt r irned he, and silence again ensued. us, and I knew not whether Leanderwas The blasted hopes of my friend, my ; friend. I saw her deposited iu the j I. to Ducks in the State of JV5 asis-
When reached
we the door of my dead, or whether the memory of own hopes of his happiness, and the cold damp dwelling of the dead.-Ii: sippi, and from Fort Mitchell to Line-

dwelling, at which we were to part friendship"had been lost in the contemplation ruins of the sprightly mind of Elmira, ( saw the earth as it fell over her quiet Creek.in Alabama, are nearly completed -

Caroused from the lethargy into of love. On my third visit were all present like so many spirits bosom-scenes of former days passed under contracts which require

viiiffo he had fallen, and assuming hs:! tothe city, to attend: the Univer- in that dark hour. What may be con- before me, aud I felt a tear rolling :! the work to be done in the best man

usual gaiety, he observed I will be sity, I hastened to the abode of my :sidered remarkable is, that Elmira, : down tny cheek as the grave closed ner, and at price that cannot fail to-

made arquajnicri' th that beautiful long lost: friend ; but I found him though she had a taste for poetry, had on her forever. Often have I visited* meet the public approbation.

girl, tore that moon shall wax and not-he lad joined the army sometime J never evinced a talent in her happier i to the solemn shade in which she sleeps ; I{ [ hive the honor to be with great
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are Lerpuiing sentiment- before, that his laurels might be days. It had now been brought into and often have I seen the rose bloom' respect your obedient servant,
al my friend, s.id 1, but 1 he was deI I woven by that fair hand which bad JOHN
I existence by those dark and gloomy. and wither on her solitary grave-sad M'LEAN,
t civcdt; iw ii ;a few ibyshe was oblig- J promised 19 rscc"iV9 him ;n another 4 of1vubio( >ts of tjbe Wind 2 ws the eI.Ji"IJJw tfiw tl jUjful a Ilu tItvu The President of the U, Stizcs!
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.... -- :_- :_ --- ---"'- -- ton, Bcrrton, ana Woodoury, hclvoca-1 texalte4 charr.cier; arJusfcs in relation tot I Expenditures of inf. Treasury Department. to deserve your constant and final ap -

FOREIGN. ted, and Messrs. Mncon, Harrison, ( the abilities icsponsible necessary! lo and its execution laborious., andsevereIy Its .-!\ e ssrs. Hall, Mitchell of probation.And .

-=r'----_ Chambers and Robbins opposed the ; Pcnn., Bnrrinjjer.Erpcnditufr.s: ; under the protection of thu
_ o j f j houoi is to be measured by no ordinary
From thc New York Courier. Resolution, (ineffectual! attempts having I standard of value.! The individual, there- of the War Depart Great Ruler of men and things, I

_ Important Private Intelligence. :I been 'made to lny it on the table fore, who shall fill! this Chair to 'his own ic- ment.--Mes> (S. Haynes, Woodcock, trust we shall be able to render our

The packet ship York brought a let and its consideration until ; putation and the advantage of toe House, Turner. l fellow citizens those services which

ter to an English gentleman in this postpone j must be distinguished alike by knowledge, Erpenditnren of the Navy Depart their most extensive and
: t -morruw) it was carried ns follows i t integrity and diligence ; he should possess ciiterprizing

cily, from which we gather important Yeas.-Messrs. :}Barnard, Barton, ]Jai impartialitj which secures confidence ; ment.--Messrs. Little, Lyon, Keese.Erpcnditurcs interests demand; and to Our God!,

_ intelligence with! respect to Gioek I D''uinn, Berrien, .Brunch, Chandler, |fa dignity thai commands respect, and a of the Post Ojficc. that I tribute which our own consciences -
and Turkish affairs.: This letter is I !j temper and affability& that disarm conten-
Messrs. Holmes LcfTicr O'Brien. and his
Dickerson, Eaton, Ellis, llaync, j ever operative benevolence
tion. From his ellcnl character and
London! :
from a centlomnn in occu- per-
station. Johnson of Kentucky: Kane, King, j joual qualities hi- must tJl'I lye a poweribat Expenditures on Public fluildiz:. c. i require.
ying a responsible ojpctat llow" his Messrs. Spring J. J. Wood of i\. Y. Abrahnm RplUmy, Wns elected Chief
McKinley, M<"Liinej'Ri'lgrly: jin j will gi i\c foice lo inlci position*, and ,
lie stntes that there is m t.xpressarcm'izt Clerk; P. :.McComick, D. OchiltreeC. Snell
for his decisions. lie Swift.
'
must
Santord Smith of Maryland, procure ie prcl
(not .in, vrttlcrstant/t/tg,) !; conciliate ihe esteem of enlightened and
Smith of S. C. Tiizcwell, T\lor, ; Unfinished and D. C. Hart
Looikeeper.
_ entered .nto by England, Russia Olcr whom he presides. These, gentlej Sergeant at Anna ; ,
White Williamsoodbury.2j.: Pearce, Reed, \Vilson of Ia. : .
and j men, are gomeot the leading qiiHlilications
and France, to conquer partilion Nays.-Messrs. BattMiiun, Bel!, necessary for this aiduous station. I certainly Of Accoun/. the Turkish dominions in .liwrnpf Rcsolrctt, Ttmt the Rev. Mr. Williston brt,
Chase Foot do not them. I know own Mass. Bolder Plant.
Chambers possess my ,
ftouliguy, I
md its requested to introduce the duties of the
:and Africa. Constantinople Harrison llendiicks, Johnston of: malj.lity) tf.o well, to believe that I shall be Tuesday Dec. 11th. i Council with
,
drriidenci allotted t. RussiaJLgyplio enabled to meet tJic I
cxpectallonof
t"s are my !
| Louisiana Kmulit INIjron Mirks On motion of Mr. WHITE, Resolved prayer.Wednesday, Dr. V2th. "
: char Uie ;
friends! ,
and the isles of the or ti:- :;y high tnut rt'posl'din i
England, Robbins Seymour That the Committee on the Judiciary James Hall appeared..u. sworn, and
Noble
of !, Pan-is, Rngglcs, me, in a manner suitable to its di/.iity ,
3MeojteiT.mem and sonic portions I took his! scat, as Member from the hilt
and Jirin with but be instructed whe-
SiUbeo \ViIlcy-l9.! I Jiiiportuiicv. ing me to inquire
France. j I District.
She land adjoining that sea to I little knowledge <>r experience, I shall ivoI1 ther further law be
I J FcdnesdaVa.. 5th.Tr. any provision by I
- | 1Ir.r 'bb the
into Asia ( reported following:-a bill
The Tiuk is to lie driven I1 rioiil' often err, and stand in need ofJllur'tJlllwo.t ,
and theGrcks are to haw a gevern- \ Johnson, of Ky.,; intiocluccd a ; torbi'ar.une ; let me hope that on necessary to carry into effect the I,I I entitled "an act lo establish a ferry acrn A

bill to abolish imprisonment for debt ; suo h occaitio.is yut Aill scan my conduct ninth article of the Treaty concluded the Appalarhicolii river lit or near thuI
rnent of'heir own, under the guaranty I I I i town of Asp:lla ja;'* and a l hill entitled ".
read 1st. time. HIM (:ai'J'lur and liberality, nUll .extend on the 22nd February, 1819, ftotwccn :i .ini
of the Three Powers. I j i: act to authorize the and
and protection J "ldllr.sdn1Drc.. 0. |I tuuaiJi an-iMri.uiic! kind indulgence which his Catholic Majesty and the United ''. disposition sale of ; .
;
certain lands theheir
\\ care flat at liberty, for obvious lias (cei.-tofuic cliaraclert/ed; your conduct : bclongingto of John
The bill to "Abolish Imprisonmcnt I I i.i States ; and 1 further: to inquire into Tanner, deceased, and to appoint a trustee
to give names in regard to : i to t>:e Chan : ail n.'tt I can jtroinise will be |
reasons, {for( Debt1'was read a second j the propriety of extending: the : to carry the same into effect."
t aclcvouou; ol I my time to ycur service, and pro-j
_ this information ;-we can only say time, and referred Jo a Select Com a.. iii.lci/eiidcut disCI.itr of my duties, in I t visions of the Act of the 9th of \ I The following committees were appoint

that it comes from responsible source, mittee of seven. I a plain and luanly nit.' ;i\ly giatit'ide for I II I Ia [ 132:3: so as to embrace the losses oc- 'I ed by the Jlutio1Ztesrs.President : .
On HaIl
through a ritfpcctaUc medium. tiisiuiciiun so lit tie mciitru, shall I stll'1U-1 I McKcnnon 11f"t.:
Dec lOih. I j rasioned by limo invasion of Florida Howard. .'
In the partition, France appears to Monday, late mr to sujijly, by dilijrcucf and nppiiCrtiHHi I/ ''' .
take what she can not what she i tIre Lowrie was elected< got, w
Vaujjhan.
Gen. M. B uley re-ulecieu Siv: e-ml :j : and nowever J in-iy lail in iJl/ oilier Mr. Italic moved the following .J
would wish. The object of Englandis I On the Judiciari .Messrs. '
Webb Wvatt
I respect1: ", J shall tMdcuior at least In euli- Resolved That the Committee Indian ,
Arms & Tims f
at Ky. Door Keeper.! : I Del I.
obvious, her India trade willpass tie uu.s-'il. I to the siUiiagcs of zeal and unjKtrtMitty. '
The Senate proceeded to bullet lor i: i Affairs be instructed to enquire On the .L'lilitiflolessr3.. Sandier Dell!
the j Ilwl"l1 admonish
through the Mediterranean, to I I nor _you genI *
'
the Chairmen and m'-nibers of tlic: i slcio-.n of into the expediency making an appropriation cIb.
fine and harbor of Alexandria. the juagnitude of.) out tiu>t, nor
; spacious
Coseirt situated in 1 lat. 26( Standing Committees, when tIle foi- I\ s<\y any liiingiis: lit the/ OJ all uci in wjnch I ituugUttobf to enable the Choctaws & Webb.Oi Claims.-Messrs. Dell Speight and
l ili>chaiyd.Ve must all lie Cliiw saws to explore the
the borders of the lied Sen luwing np'pointmonts) wore snide : j.. country On Contingent J.rl'mr's.fCSJB. Me
on I SLt1J.1: mat in MI i .:liberations mud procto *
the al
On RcI:1Jions.-'Ir. M.t- beyond river Mississippi, i* to
Kennon
; ,
Foreign Speijjlit Sanchez.
of immense Uhis chaiacleraudl
Would make a port con- I ; fuj-b: 4)j Houst.; the
Messrs Sunforu Dell : provide the means for the support of On Enrolled Lilly.-Messrs. Vv>l
.. >b
kujan :
c'uuufur vessels lu and from llin- ronJ -( IILtll"ht ii" oi(' Tar.eweHjirul White. I! v .J. 3 e'l'fT'Y: involved that it was in theo : such Indians as are disposed to emigrate Speight; Hall.On "
dostan, and thus the most dangerous and ot. this branch of I and theiJ000VOFetIt the .itrernor'.i MC$. ; .-;Mosr. '" .
- 01'the of the Red Sen On J Finance.Mr. Smith, of :\Id. gani'.iiioii }purity I : arc willing to embrace .. '
navigation Wt'oh\\'yattl\nc1h'1I. .
part lie .Vatioiiril I Ciovcrtiu'cin (cudearod to ,
Chairman: ; Messrs McLanc, Smith objects designed by the On motion of Mr. Dell, ordered that ..'
(from Cesseir up to Suez) would be \iu ir u!I mf.st ] .'(; hutS,) that our fatlier I 5M>
avoided. The route from Alexandria of S. C Parris and Branch.: bclie\ct: tlu-y: had provided{ the best security Government.Mr. I, copies of the Acting1 Governor's f.'Slsl\g h

Oil ommeTcc.-l\lr. Woodbury, lor tJic j.i! inri.I/: | of free govcrnmisM, WHITE moved to amend the I be printed, for the use! of the Members. i
to Cosseir (not 200 leagues) ,'
{
Chairman Jl' irs. Silsbcc, J/cLanu I ; ,
might be made safe and commodious.The Virtuous eu.i;; ;hteuod, and patriotic, this Indians.I I On motion of Mr. Howard, a Commit. .-1
immense produce of the East Johnson, La., and Wiliimis.On iiouM may juilly be regarded as the cita- I tee on Printing was apfointecl.-\tcSsr: :.
,
would flow into Egypt.-It would JfciKizcfw I'cJlr.. Di kersnn, :fi 01 American liur'1 ty. IVtdnesday. 12th. : Howard. Wyatt "nd M'Kennon.Mr. :;/
J
'form the point of union between Eu- Coairman; Meisr.; Knight I t, Ilidgely I I Aunuat'id.' th-n: by a virtuous and en- Mr WHITE offered the following Webb offered resolutions : That

the Uncles and Bnnl. rJ. li;iiteued real 'lot us endeavour to realizeiiiejust petitions--Of inhabitants of East Florida I hereafter whenever b11; of a local character -
and Asia and become centre
rope ; rxjjectiMiom of: our constituents ; shall be presented, the clerk shall
for
,: (,Ij Agriadturc.r. Brunei, an appropriation to open a
of the commercial world! .
I jiiU jet out proceedings be cliaracteriiedi cause twelve copies of thet:\ to bo
road between the Matanzas and Halifax
For these great ad v.rmages England Chairman; Messrs: BateiaanVdIcy i: a cool and dfli'oeiaujuxeition! NOt he tai made, previous to a second reading. That
and B.irnani.; i it fl.c, iIlHh' ? tlie-ilousc rivers,---Referred to the Com. on
may well yield the Euxinc, with -illjts Douhgnv : ixs, all( patiiotismof hereafter, whenever a bill of a general:

vast resources, and with is! key, (hi 3fif if fry Aftf.irs.-Mr. Harrison !I as 'he surest and best means of sustaining: Roads and Canal character shall be presented printed copies -.

to Russia for the ("hL nnauh; frs. Johnson, 01 I IK lilt: 1100111',alld proiuotiug welfare andhappiness Of Inhabitants of St. Augustine, of the !same shall! be made; which!
Constantinople
I ; of our beloved co u itt .
ry
Lest of all reasons that by the bu-I .,(;:iaaTUlIVr: B-irtoi: and I llendricks.On : The py.iker having taken the oath, remonstrating against an act of the were"\n adopted act to amend an act to providefhpthe

; she} obtains: still the )MUltiti. \1r. Chandler; Territorial Government of Florida; ,
-rn greater re..ourC'es.Russia proceeded to qualify the members by appointment ot'auctioncersand define
can never compete wi'h hei Chairman ; Mfssis.I Harrison, 3IcKir.Ioy States by which (hey
on the water, and with thc immense(" M,
advantages arising' fiom the possession \\ {1I.'al Ajiairs.... Mr. IJ-iyue, pointt-d Clerk to mime Il. uso J. ap-O. I-Coin. on rf erntoncs." Davis Floyd Treasurer made a report "j.
Chairnun ; Movsr'. Robbins, lizewell. On motion of Mr. Livingston, it was,- of the state of the Treasury ; and Mr. ..; <
of the facilities: andfxifdiuon
Egypt, greater !'! Seymour and \\'dhurv. Dunn frt.p.rIJJt! at Arms, B. Uiirch, Kesolrcil, That the Commmitlec on Commerce Webb from the Committee ,on the (Go-

communication; withIn- m, w Door Keeper, and O. Carr assjsuiit[ he instructed: to inquire into the-ex- vernor's Messige made a report ; both of i
dia she has to1fcar..frolU tin- Tuesday, ])ec. 11 fh. which will insert .
nothing I Door Keeper. pe;!tiency making an appropriation forth we next week.Satuniay :

encroachments of Russia, by the w.*) j The Senate proceeded to ballot W'cdrrcsday, Dec 5. erection of five buoys in the channel Dec. I5tk. ""

of Persia, upon her Eastern: domain- for the Commutce not ajipouited j Mess. Uurces, (>uii : yesterday, as follows. I wc-41: war l of it, And the main leading from On the Ifoitrnlartf. betaeen Georgia mILl
But what will Austria to ihis ?
s.iy I Livill "> toll Taylor: Holmes and ,
,
PuUic La1lfh'srs. Barton the (inlph Stream into the Hay of Mexico.On Flrida.-Wchb. Ucll1111 Speight.On .
"We apprehend tint he Three Poic-!I JMiichrll of 'l\'Il., wore appointed a motion of Mr. WHITE, Florida, it the Price f Public Lands' Wyatrj :

- .frs care very little what she may say Kmf4, Eaton.: Ellis, l Kat; e. I r-o n. on the JMcmori.'tl:: of Jlttvolutionay was--Resnlvcil, 'I hat the Committee on Sanchez and M'Kennon. -1

do. Pi'id'-tc.: J?r'. commerce be instructed into On the liemoval(fIndiait3.-Del1 How-
or Perhaps they may appease1cr : 0 meers.1rmrllll, Jcc. lOt!,. to inquire ;;
appetite by throwing !her tlw Provinces :Smith, of S. C., Burricn, .M' Kiull'r, ; The fulloxving! wore announced as the expediency of making St. Marks, in rd and Vau han.

of Bosnia Servi Walhchu K'-ne, Tliomas.: Florida: a port of entry ; and further to On a Rainier: tf Birtus.-Speight, Hall :
f tile; Su mdm Committees of the house, into ant} M'Kennon.
inquire the expediency of making an'JJiOlViUtiOfl
Indian Benton
and Moldavia; and thus render Jfiairs.-Mcssrs. .
Bulgaria, the
appointed by Speaker. On Resencd
to improve the Harbor of Ll1ul.Vyatt.Vcbb, &: :
Fooi Kill Cobb White.Claims. .
the dark rolling Danube" \\1101-1 I Of ElcdilJ, ls.- !c3sr$. Sloann, St. MHi-ks.and to remove the obstructions Howar! -

ly an Austrian rVver. I .- ]essrs. Riigglcs, Bell!, Anderson, Alston, Tucker of S. C., in the Ocilla river. An act "to authorize the disposition

But will the Turk bn tamely driven Cobb, ('hav, Rowm. Claiborne, helps, Slower.raiss On motion uf Mr WHITE of Florida: it and sale of certain lands be longing to the

back to the regions of M.iracciMC ancestors Ott. 1/'e .Il c.iianl.-Messrs. Van \ \ ; and .lkam.-Messrs Rn(1Oi1)hIItl' was-ftesttlvetl, That the Committee on heirs of John Tanner deceased. ind to-
Buren Seymour Cerrien Rowan .' Militaiy Affairs LKJ instructed to inquire appoint a trustee to carry the same into >,
? Will he sin ink ironi the- ,
I DUtiiH, Spraguc, \'erplanck, into the expediency:: of making an appropriation efiect," was PASSED :4-

imposing appearance of the lion banner II ayne.The. D\v5lir} r reii,
of England, the lily of :Trance, Post Office and Post Roads, .-? Il'ssr5.Villiam", :McCoy I'ensacolu, in the Territory of Florida.O Mr. Webb offered a Resolution, requesting

and the black-eaglo of R'.1ssia0: Messrs. Johnson) of Ky. Sikbee, Wliiltlcsiy, Barber of Con., :, motion of \!r. Livingston, it wts- the 1)-legate in Congress to uss '..!l

he will shind by l his crescent, and unite! i Ellis, Johnson of La., Tyler.Pcnsionr Clark of 1':. Y., M'lntyre, Ramsay. Jlftolvei!, That she Committee on Private ,i his exertions to procure an amendment ':::1
; .-Messrs. Noijle: Chase Land Claims be instructed to inquire into of the Organic LaIf.. so far as! to allow the? -"
with his Persia which is a- t
neighbor Marko Cobb 1- ( 'oziizcrce.-'mlessm-s. Cambrt-lung, the expediency.ofproi iding by law forthe people the right, electing! all their otfi-- ,
'
gain becoming a martial l iiatioi alter along OOt. NowioUjThompson of ( Jco., Gorham, final adjuatmt-nt of all claims! to (land u ith- cers, except judicial ones ; and to giveto ''":.

hpse of luxurious: \weakness The Distrittof CWMM/irt.--Mc'S5r<, B moy, Ilnrvoy, SUlh<'rland. m the several: tites and Territories, derived the militia tie! right, electing their

From the ;.uxsof! the south-sh.l1 the Saracen Eaton, 'Huulignj'o le, CiMinbeis, J'l'blic Lamia.Messrs.I sacks, I or alleged to have been derived! regimental, battalion and company otii--

com!; ilidgely.Coht'tjigc.nt. from foreign governments. i cers ; which was laid on the table.
And the tartar snail ru.h from his den11- ; 111" Vinton, \Vhipph!, Jennings, ilaile, Thursday, IJee.13th. I Mr. Wyatt oii" red Resolutions-tha :

and the shores OJ'the Hellespont will Iicnidricks 'JIjH7lSCS.HJ.essrs.Kanc Duncan, D ,ivis of S C. On motion tif 'Mr. umpkin, itVas- the right suffrage should be extended

I be crowded with an array more nu- Chambers. Post Office ,and Post Roads.Messrs .- Resolved, That the Comnuttee on Indian : to the people of Florida, in the election

..inerous than they have been since the Engrossed Kills.-Messrs. Marks, ; I lI h.im, 1"1'Kcan, Yancy, Affairs be instructed to inquire into the I of all their county officers, both of the:

followers of Xerxes encumhoredthem. Parris, Willie.! Conner, Ma c3, Iliniges, Russell. expeiliency OtprOVRLHIg, by law, for the I civil as well as the militia, and that the

S. .-There needs no prophetic Thursdsiut ]).'.:. 13th. District of Uitlumbta.-Messrs. I removal of the various tribes of Indians : sheriffs of the respective counties ought
Mr. l:?ton !introduced bill to ? who are located within the States & Territories i to: be the ministerial officers of all courts .j.
a establish -
.- fipirit to foretell the result-the Mos- AlexanderIngersoll, Bryan, Weems, ', of the United States, to some eligible ; of record in this Territory, in all cases

'l 'lem will be driven into Asia, and this : : a Suuthein Judicial: District in Kreinor, Yarnnm, Alien, of VH. situation west of tHe river l lilississippt. -:, except in such as the United States is a :

,- acc of Europe will be changed. the Territory of Florida Judiciary.-Messrs P. P. Blr our party ; and that said Council have a right ,""

"LA ( U.flA. 4ih November 1S27 ?\l r. Berricn subnsitiwl the following Livingston: Buchanan, Reives, \VicklifTi On motion of Mr. WHITE, erf Florida, it to extend and vest the aforesaid rights -
: ,
resolution, which was con ideietind Kerr Storis.liccolutionary was-Resolved, That the Committee on and authority :-That any law passed by
** Every thing is quiet politically .- agreed to. -Rcaolctd. That the!\ :, the Public Lands be instructed to inquire trie Legislative Council for the local government .

agriculture and commerce languishes Committee ? Claims.- \ essrs. into the expediency of providing by law, of Florida} if not annulled by-
on Private Land Claims}
under the present odious system, all Wolf, Hunt, Crei hton, DiclvinsoiL, I for the co.npens.-Umn of the Register and Congress, is, and ought to be vaid! ; and,

,letters to the contrary notwithstanding. be instructed enquire into th'j expediency Tuok of N. J., Frey, H(aly. i Receiver of Tallahassee! in }Florida for that our Delegate in Congress be requested -

Bolivar is of providing by law ,for Public Erpp.1UJitllresIe5sJ'"s.: services rendered under the Act of Congress to use his bestjencleavors.to: obtain

-for the Grand busily conven arranging.iou.matters the trial and decision ol claims to Johnson of N. Y., J. S. Barbour, Bailey i guingthe right of pre-emption to from that body, the establishment: of aport
Kinds derived or alleged to be derived I actual settlers in said District. of entry and delivery at Fort St.
Martindale .Buck (iale Nu-
- --- Murks, and the erection of a light houseat
otherwise than from the United(
CNGRL.: or near to the entrance into that bar.
Slates,in tbe several States or Territories Florida Legislature.
bor
r--- Private Land Claims. Iessrs.I .' ; and if possible, also-obtain an appropriation -
thereof. Bnrknc-r of -- of from one to ten thousand
IN SENATE I Moore Alall.Armstrong, i The Council of Florida
Legislative convened
dollars
The following; resolution, offered to be employed in deepening the
Earl, Sheppard, Bales, of Missouri: at Tallahassee Monday, Dec. 10th,
3rd Dec. channel and bar below that whicil
Monday, 1827. yesterday by Mr. Euion, was considered 1827, nine Members being port;
__ Stetigere. present quo laid
was on the tabe.:
) ,Mr. Johnson, of Ky., gave noticethat and agreed to : Resolved, Flint rum.
J.Janufaclures.-Messrs. Mallary, A communication was received from
he should, at an early day in the the Committee of F'inanceinquire into JOHN: L. DeccETT, Esq. was elected his
Stevenson the
of Pi., Con ict, Moore of Excellency, Governor, enclosing"
introduce bill for the abolition the admitting and I President, and made his acknowledgements -
cession a expediency the report and resignation of the Com-
: Ky.Wrightof N.Y ,StanhuryMartiii.JnliaIz ., to the Council in the following words:
of imprisonment for debt. allowing drawback at the Island; of I misioncr of the town of Tallahassee: -and
Affairs.-l\lessrs. M'Leau Gentlemen theLegislative
Tuesday Dec. 4th. Key West, on goods, wares, and merchandize ] of recommending tke appointment of Capt.
11
Kee
Carson Daniel Svvatin Council
.
and articles John P. Duval to supply the vacancy.
Mr. Eaton after some prefatory brought there Lnmpkin, Smith of I ndian.,.. The honor which you have at this : deport referred to the Committee on Finance

remarks in relation to the embarassing from any other than a foreign port or I Foreign Afalrs.-Messrs. Everett, time conferred on me, in electing me : and the nomination consented to.I .-

situation of the Secretary of the Senate place. I Taylor of N. Y., Archer, Sergeant, I to preside in your Council, at the I Tuesday, Vc. 18th.

who was at a loss to know who House of Representatives. Drayton, Owen, Polk. present Session, does not fail to excite "An act authorizing" tIC; Executive to
appoint a Clerk, was PASSKDWednesdaifr
vas to be considered as the'Seuatl' 3rd Dtc. Military Affairs.Messrs. Hamilton within should the
Monday, 1827. me, as warm- Dec 19t/ .

Printer offered the following Preamble This clay Ml 12 o'clock the roll was I Vance, Smith of Va., Dcsha. est emotions of gratitude.And \n act to provide for dunging th* :

and Resolutions : called and 207 members answered totheir I II j I Floyd of (ji., Hobbie, Orr. when I discover among your venue in crlimwal Case.L" waa P S 1-u. .'.

U In pursuance of a joint resolution I names, I I Naval Affairs.-Messrs. Hoffman, number, so many, whose age and experience .

of the Senate and House of Representatives The House then proceeded to the : Bartlett, N. II., Crowninshield, Carter so eminently qualify them \\3ND

passed in 1819, regulatingthe election of a Speakt-v. of S. C., Miller of Pa., Dorsey, for the station assigned to me, I can A BRACELET OK GOLD, WIRE* .

subject of printing for the two Mr. ANDUEW STEVENSON having a Uipley.Agriculture.. not but real penetrated with the deep. with a large Gold Clasp. .

.Houses, respectively, an election having majority of the votes, was declared. .-Messrs. Van Rens- est anxiety, fearing that my best exertions Enquire at this Office.

been had by the Senate during the the Speaker, and was conducted to I I solaer, Iloane, Wilson of Md.Barlo\v, to serve you, will not equal .4

laut session, for a printer to tile Senate the Chair by Mr. RANDOLPH ; when ; Hallock, Merxvin, Culpeper, your most moderate and liberal ex COLOMBIAN RING IND1ANO.

and Duff Green having, accord- he addressed the House to the follow ;I" Territories.-Messrs. Strong, Clarkeof pectations.But NOTICE.tS .

ing to the provisions of the said Resolution ing effect : Ken., Sawyer, Wright of Ohio, relying on j'our candor, and hereby given, that the undersigne

received thf greatest Dumber GtN'TLEJlENIn accepting the distinguished l Bunner, Lee, Coulter. trusting, as I do, that the same spirit intends to pay none of the debt th&t

of votes : Therefore, honor which you have been piensed Military Pensions.-Messrs. Bur- which has now, elected me, will bo may be contracted by any of the crew o'

Resolved, That, in the opinion of to confer upon me:.I am penetrated: with I I gess.Mitchell ofTen., Bates of Mass. continued and extended to my support the Colombian Brig India no ; therefore should
those
the Senate the said Duff Green is feelings<< profound respect and the deepest that: persons crediting sailor
La\vrenceLongLecompte, Forward. while in the discharge of the -
I not expect payment but from the DebtQ
gratitude Rod I receive it the
: as most
;
duly elected printer of the Senate. mattering testimony of your confidence and I j Expenditures of the State Depart- several duties of the station, I will accept himself.

After a debate of somn animation, favor The office Speaker ot this House merit.-Messrs. Blair} Letcher, Trea- S it, with this pledge to you-that j Inmolas Yrguiza, '

ji which Messrs. katoD.Uuyne. Ben.4 justly boca wmideredout of bijhaad j I vant l'so far 02 ia me fe, 1 will eadeavour ,I L'nttb.Jaa1 4) 1i.-4z-d? ;. iz" 1







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u. S. tfccrc for that long period." It must, indeed, 1 believe; that own to my negligence not tie, and partake of that rugged eloquence, OF LETTERS remain
Drtcnln6..-Thc i': for that in which he jtrofestes to be no well versed LIST
Norfolk. jc a very cursory render who could be I led I ourt would beheld there long pe- > in the Post Office Pen acol.i -

1iipofih'- Jine' Delaware, Captain 1:o such belief from our paragraph ; as we I riod. 1 know that this idea was nut intended md which, from walnut stumps" blighted,
tho IS be but intention is one I in Krniuckytheprospecisoi Messrs. Adams, on tho Slst day of December
D.'wm-s down! from avy ;I ave the reason for the failure of each icnn. to convened,

. dropprd (with :' We stated that "the last May ,1 thing, and the ffftct produced is another. I Crawford and Clay. They arc ccitainly 1827, which if not taken out within

Y-ml 1, ''e. tnr(1.IUOl1l1Of'! J iNor- r reran was almost entirely lost for the want .inc whole statement, hoe'cr,is erroneous. patriotic ; but the sentences are so clumsily three monthzwill be sent to the Gen*

the : cisIatC( of the sicam; .boat ,! C:tf the laws of the Territory'"' and aUo, Fhe last May term was held by me as usu- put together, that we are ut a loss to conceive eral Post Office as dead Letters.

folk; Capi. Own,) to the anchorage .'eighteen: months will now intervene he- J .it\ ; and all I the ciiminal, admiralty, nndrhancery whether he is iii. jer. or in earnest ; !
A.-James J. Anderson Randal .\l1i
!
where the and we adimic his patriotism, we
the forts.; 1[ween the last term at hich) civil causes I cauj.es, pnrties were though
lt'twc,11 disposed of but the jury causes tot viideistfliul! not its appli alicln. Place them I Nathaniel; Amory, IL Allslon, Aloruo p.
_., -,-: .could be tried and the next. both the terms I IIf ready, ; .
-"' -.\ [ thu year being lost : the first for want 1 II ifil on the civil docket, were continued by in t .Mopaiisou with the one handed in, by Asq'tith. '
'
D.I'. .t kJ r y : I nf'1'erritorial and the second, on accoUnt .consent, in consequence of ome alterations the :eci etary. to the present council, and B.-Uohcrt Breen, ilijor Bouqu Isaac'

-- --- _-_ of tho absence of the Inlge'-it i iu the law regulating judicial pro -endings, hOla":\\ '1111 do they appear ? If not R. Baijl y, Edward Brown, John UnnJ

therefore M-cms that, although Judge :and which were not precisely known on lost to those !sensitive feelings, which are ,. Mathhs Beffahey, James Hraley, John

Brackenridge has thought proper to say ; ;account of the laws not having been publibii-: the characteiisticsof every honorable man, Berry, Thomas Barren.John Uurn 2. Uy.Rassettf .

that our tcholz statement icas ar "eaul. it I I 'cd. The paragraph i is equally enuneous to that pride which should belong to all, Franklin Buchanan, n. Build.C. .

disagrees with his own on two points only. as to the November term. Tne failure of high ia oilice,-he must indeed f,-cl tile extent I .-Joseph E. Caro, Doct. Compton

-Tne onc.how much of the May Term was tiiis: tcrm, was not exclusively occasioned: ot his own weakness; and his incapacity Benjamin Clements, John Chatburn, Jk

lost for want of the laws of the Territory" I by my absenting1 myself the dcatu of tin- to discharge the functions of so exalted : Clay, 3.iml. A. Carpenter, James H. Cobb,

' & or 1)11 account of the laws not having I marshal wa one cause ; aiul this was mentioned a StI1 Ion. On the one side i is manifest ignorance Kclward Campbell Phillip Catlelt Patrick ,- .

: -f .' JU i I***r f'!' f)o,Mi, publi-hed"1: and the other-whether | by me, but no stress was laid upop ; on the other ability and research. .I Conley, Capt. Claxton 2, John! If i

the last term WH<= lost "on account of the it, as in candor I there ought to have been. \11iYl'I he, who is so suprrioi i'. intellect, Coxe, Uan] Collins, Dominique Cerulo,

absence of the Judge" from other cause There was no deputy mar>halat PciisacoU industry and independence, IS:1, subordinate ,' Be.j min Collier, Charles Chase, JosialiColston :

. I It is immaterial to us which is mistaken on there was no one to buinmuu a jury-no iiificrr I His I con '..j>onience with the 3.n.Ihmcan.

-J1- ; a these }points rxrvpt so f.u as it is incumbent { marshal was appointed, and of course the various dcpaitmriits at Washington, is before ; C. Douglass, James G.
---- would have failed, if 1 had lenijined! tlii? public and it aeId.iuuitI mat- I
}' tIU-\. JAM: :AHV1th, 1tS--\\ on ns to show that our statements h.vc been j court any Drake: Bunce Disney.
been misunderstood when they were considered : at Pensarola. As to tIle prevalence of the ter wei C rcquiit-d, Iu show! his want of hili-I E.-John Edgely.

Jerit" Sflt1< /'C l/-. I crret1coos-lI1dl'e..1 w? have never yellow fever, 1 exercised my ormiiou on the ty, let I him i judged I by tiiat ,'tauid.i r d. To F'Augustin Faire, John Fisher, J. D.

,--- -- -_- - been disposed to cast censute on JudgeIJrarkenriilge J subject, ami judging1 from the fever of I lbi'2, one of his coni'iiunira lions to the Superintendent Ferris.

(..III.. SC'-TF, ,. T. :. II.- Ai't lA. li\LTj ; and wc believe our papers : that opinion was correct ; but I rejoice LIIdtI of Initial Affairs, in I tie reply, was {. Joab and Win. Gaines Celestino

. sailed: : ft oni tin- port o-i F 1 .Ji) last, in U cSfchr. I have not evinced such a di:posiiin>i. We WtS'rmH and that the dreadful affliction I tliis brief and "xpn'| -sive sentence. 'Von (lon/.ilez- Samuel Griffin Oliver, Glil-
S.
-
Amelia' for Tampa i.ay.WILLIAM the return will only ob-eive! that the Judge was neither S', ('x.( lIsive in its ravagenor -*, will br studiously h btiofin VOID coniuinni- ,
of duration it rations to this rtnient." This clearly I son, ( dleb Godley, S. C. Gist, John J.
-4-- was under a mistake on two points-tnere so UMIU a as was dining i depa

II. (", .twrRn was nominated was a 1)eputytashal at Peuaarola! and tli:it year ; this I still attribute ina- j ettmc'isnre exhibits the light, in whi''U he was thru i CalttC.'Y':

In tin- it.".,v of'Reprcs-:-:t .t.'in's.of (;cor- Juiie;, both (Jrand and Petit i weie sum to the sal.itary precaution of leavingttie viewed. But to attempt 10 show that lie (II I .Joscnh W. Hall, Vnincis Hall, Eli.

nit Candidate moned. And, j if there hi)d been no D.putyheie : city, and to oilier causes which did does nut possess talents, must, to all wtiokn j j:11: L. Harris, William! Harper Lent M.
ia on I the ID .1 : sa I
l; Olhrt ot Yicc-PrcsidiMit ot ttje United the .J tide himself lla appointed ape not exist :;t tliat time, "5ell as to the )\v him, or have seen his productions, appear Hitchcock, Henry HarbacK, Nicholas
the '-
**
; States Cmltoii and-Cainoiiii, bolhrlaimtoliuxc dining I a founei Term of his (!omt.'ihero her term has failed through mv. fault, it i io lIe tun been accused of f.ivunti, in I.-Jihn II ntrarit) 2, J. Ingraham.
.Mi-sM*;. iii i- failure Pensacola the tilt adininistiaiion of his oilier thmi J. John Jenkins Charles Johnson
boen t-U-ctnl! .VifnlK'is of C t'ii- >p Judge! Urackeniidge's ar the only at during many : u ms -

in! I'rtiui 1 IvPiitufKV; li.ive .*gi itid tu u. d!.', i implies I) that \\e are not possessed of years I have been on the bench ; and if friends have tn.leavored boistfi in.n ii p, I rh irl' s M Johnson,

EIC.-N th- decisioa oJ mo 1'..-. a u 'U' nms mind' on this it 1 behoxes I n> this were the! case, the cause of I1nal',- as a paragon ol I impartiality I 1'or tile trutn I K Barney Kelley Johsi Kechle.L .
anti suijinit 10
: ,41g11; tiCell'elillI.. ., ,1 I.> -peak-Irtt weill ienark th.it we sence, to a gt Hl.r'Hls ainul. uoiiid plead of his accusation, t appt U t') tn e; !u>.oy 01'1 I L --\ Ler.demcnm K. Lattimc,

pit, 011 a : ii.l i : cmcoive it nere>sfy to jleaa some excuse ; at It'a..t, the uccc.-sitj of a- ii s cared : i appeal to tl.t ap.j.unK-.us 1 S.i; il. II. Lea> crJ't, \ralter Lewis, Nelly

,1n.l I L'i.tMail: *.-By n'i i i s' :1' excuse" for him, t by Mentiening the I I lews )aper paragraph on th.- .UtijCCtVv(bU1II lie has made, frequently, iilltut any re- I .\c.tg.
Plu.rolfl
'
'. M .\. ..s1.r ; .i..tI re'a.tI''rc'-'i !:;.ed cans ? 01 Ills I 1 ('.iiii lo PhniiliTphi.i K t appear the ,moat urgent. ga f.i to tneir qualifications : !"il sol' ly. on I II I :'I l --Rev Macnhaut, James McKen
to .i
iIt.UC" : !
M u -.1.! or c..ec1 : ; and ihat, as a liiond of Ju'.:;e i am respect fully, I. account "their blind atliiesio. tu .1 i. ;nruiii'ca. in, Jos-ph E. .1urrel, James MaxwelfFrancisco ,-

cn.11. 'p...t"0.1"JII 1%" 1ti.if: tin a C.fj: ..'''I KJI.J }i., tne npce.-'ity of a \'n paJler j):. an VcHlls 4 ;it 2g. t < < : :: } thc -'iject" did to us :11.1. govf.ncil l I.v i iiiveierale I ')1)ftJ.I iu-'i* t.* I I,- '
raph > appear : Mutils-
..' 4. t 11 'c"och.1111" .MI! al 1111 ; ] Jr1cedri(1gc. \1. C t LI), Ji.rL-s: NTcUmloy, Jolm H

Jtfakr; '*. on ....111. u.iy iii lit-cr Ks tu M 1 '- .( moq ul'flt.v ." j"C l'IIaIJic; auJ ontigiitCdfd I I'cir: : \r rt'I'"t -" the necessity for ill 'irdi to piice in oilicc men, wuo, o li.t.: :
Mr ... Stiid'i. Miu'irit uijl.t: I lV(' at 1) w regret fur the I'C7cV0111 Gizv tic.EXEC1LlVE I l'tI'ci i J. !Mueller 2, David B .\101'6.11Z..
foreff'Mnfj 1 comments' e are not dispo I lii.'le: inilu iceattacned r.' I.itti, mihhtI"--; .
.M.iil I! .'iQi' atl.bilc'! o.i 1a.d 1'j I .
4;;lok.: A 1 ll : o1; HHJJDA.. ': > )riiii.N.
d I t c, c. It censure on Judge iJrucKmrdset : tioni-or -tiiiita sI I >o,eel Jlr :..ts
:t upj cneray.
J-u-i*hiv iH 1 o'Uork :11I11 \\.ll arriII j tins His Kxrelicncy Win 1*. Di>il, has visited : .-MilIcsentNiciolsonH.! A. Vines 2.
: nor tin \\c think! we have made been led ni his ineasiu, by' a few individuals
Cm TIII' ;1 ii I J 2 u'ciork. A.:. IrttfrM Any.viiruks D. II. W.I'ittniun. Plater
on xl.-ijk \Va l1l11ron. and is thru: at pir-f.it I for } George Joseph -
calculated to d. so.Thlt \ I"J .VhoU| 1 lIt clot IICC
: If LOll we ( A> Ck.C.U u
{.t I.c.I. ", '.i il I.' a id I ii.-' States tiir ostensible object, 01 srouiirg a reappointment ; Piper, James: Patterson, Robert Pot-
II is merely in our own defence.Wr I or ha\-, i>: faM, bitthe Go-
iespct
now ,
tins s
will I he mailed I II a.
i.!i rumnnmiratioiih I IsCi s1d1.* of tile Te'l' i111rIIc1 yet, he
i
.,u1r : and. wicn! I : t'g nu : and the anxiely he luu Read Thomas
Ii.
-Ann Stephen
H'po't Ryan
:givat 111111i i ,
.Orlt-alls l Ii Steam I I! havc been f.nored: w;lh! a ;proof( she-'t v-.nl 1 t"i in itiipai tial 1, iu the admll1oua-
Nrn
C'I1..1,1. a..j i
-t'" y for the la" twelvemonth
'esi 'd on the snliji-ct, Rnyston, Robt. R.tchic, John T. Rilciie! ,
f the slip ofllt'Iouilc Commciciul: Itegister of Utu ol I he' """eit lv '. Lclius most aidc'nt
i-j rc-'SMDhs'H-ii. Ictrrs: 0111 laueI'I: his visit arid his 101clc I
: early jane; Robinson, Ttios. U. Routes 2
: lat f..Uill'Iidl we the fid- admirersint* foi ,.ard. mul allow ,
jilu. ins \ i' 1('(,::\t-d }J..n', :H i thrc days.It I Tuesday ; give tention, fully justify j the belief, that sum) It-I anyone .lurlen S kid cl 7.
; executive ; iinni tout did not lend tosirenrjr'ini }
i' t""k.lf'tll'I" fit I 12to I low ing. ;ipu| > ( U I.
i i""I.1 ( m
\ < .ir MIICC is ii hunt foundation.! \V H
not \\ so I .
port ) S.-WilIirii Stow Sorbes :
The Steam Bat with his itl"', s. ve, WIIt'H' lIch an Jacque :10.lIel
.
icola IWw Orleans ; Superior a
lo II.10. ""0 1'iuin ("i ; early a visit 7Vhy remain so long .' \Vas I .1, 'ioum'ilIonAn
act, WOUld hnve IM-PD >o out Stephens, iseph
Jiy .Mail.: ; I mail from Nfiw Orleans to this City, it to intercept the members on then i >irii\al i i rosly agl'HI', Sinims
Danl
a> to roiue tic ill.I! lIalian of leJlectin : Sheppard, Hart Sands
Our ;irir r' I.f th* \I/11il It- RrcisttT statestiia' -, burst her boiler in the Bay a few miles and solicit their aid and inter fer(:iue I Is it I Icill.t'f every
:
Jtvli l O. touched him man.' I ay;", lit) are his frn.-nds in ( 'liiiotte! :mvcllr, Tiiamas M. Shields,
f
t on
our pal' > obtaiu the otfice thepromise
| to or senile !
above Dauphin} Island; on Sunday FluridafI' the those who ai e tel 1-lit- !*. rdin.uul Snith; Ja.nes F. Shenck 2>
liiiu that it I I1.
2 lih Di \\
waseoimlrlird
Uif c '- U""III t' of it ? Is he fearful that a \\ ise i ad-
No learn I tJ'-d with the best iii;tel CstS oftjjc country.' Join Speidfti, James Simmer.T. .
faun 1'trsuO')! mi the 27thkl.'tlcn iliorniug. persons, we tnini51ration I acquainted I with his i otliciat I

() i it In* In1, a >.lil'e; i know I were injured The .M.iil w.is brought coil: I!, will I reject:; him f for the l11al-a/iminii-; I I Wiio, by a steady cuni se.Liave endeavoured .-Timothy Twitchell 2, Algernon S.
to promoteHsC"arc., and conciliate personal rhrus n 2. l.eo. E. Tingle 3, Timothy
isot: lint that 'he tahlishnicui: jf I >
; uo
lIIp" up' in a sinalll boat, and arrived lieuon tration of ollic*: I It would appo.tr ->o ; ur
t: iii I('Ii Al.til iv ill I : iv'- him titir |>a>',-i'n: : himself, and his siiiinlivntind I and political I animosities I I In one Pe-./*<.ib i tr\ BClir) /.. Thompson, John
Sunday; evening-This mail now why present urge word, who hnve n-j other! views, but as ..vnierirans Tuacher 3 John A. Tur.
(.U" two dass, iustead of Iwo months, old. !I flaim.1 this particular crisis ( 1 say ;i I 1 rlnnc Henry ,
in Packets.TIHJ : : and J'i-iuli.in- I'll** .Hh "I. .
2 R.
goes !f'', C. Thompson.V
SIt utti'ti and claims! ; for the time wa!. un :,
1.::' 4f ddjs.cedtqiie {.id tire 'cuwl j I law accounts from Europe, clt'C'1 former administration, when sui'h are plain : Hoy are I ol. Did the C'JIIHUi; V.- ';:1I1da Vanhoun, David Vest1e*

of ll'rhl" .' ', "; of a iSckv.-p.ipi-r pei Ill it. or tli i u<>; a -CUM PeU-r Vantken.Y. .
'. ul ///r /':>/ w. // S jrcrcivcd at New Oib'.ins; confirm t\ ('j P. hi! arnumenta ; such were the grounds I ". .
1. To ;ti lI'dd 1 advices tint tin Allied! humbly presented
:| some previous : ; tiftilais. anti ''-ni t in t.n1* jieuplt a .,-
tll'l'OilHlIH.llt| t l'itnei -t f. I. :iid to deil.ie .\j! a time \ hen tile guheiiMtonalchair ;I pii' [ \ \V. U rn. C. \\ liittlc 2. Henry Walker
I j Powers were about to I inteifore eHe' t- tem of p't'.itic.il! cot l-ithi rio unpracii -
their duties.J. I iiati been promised to a distinguished i i r'iilitolt J, Juries 'VaJne.r1T'. \% ,ird 2, Winfrey
flt'ot'c''lincIh; ( lainK hri.in 1J tc, thf! :i In.illyin behalf of the Greeks against w individnai I of the South, and ins t fiiendswere I .e.l, iti4'-etl nnkn'>wii, amon'/ a fieepeople. Williams, Peter Wilkinson W,III.1n ,vinr.ig' -
i v Wiiitiii i? he siirioundedf I \\ .
lcirs tlf.11I 'r.IIIIf'r 41t4t't'I. \ >
; I the 'Ftirk.nihilis interference f.I must. oati..ti..cl he would receive it ; t tiie pieSCMI One hundred und sixty two.
are hi-I c.tlI'I'1ItH".jltlfd! ifilfl Sl -':} -
; Authorizing the Kxocutue to appoint .
> I VITV coon frt'o tho Greeks from Ciovcrnor c une forts aid,as atj luiaifjlesuppliant !I jl.tlLJtH. vMjKMKlsT.Florida .
ti/'J the
( 1Qd.. riCH '/. I'rilll'lf/rfll"f: : fanned by
: aiiil i with the
1. To pnuidc for changing the Vfiiue inrimin.tI i the power ot' their; enemy, and niciy language.if a >npbesought -. : con ':uz fl' brn :'* < /' /(11 ttsalient Jlultacrs : Mail.
lli'WI h I ot'ltn i I'rtiident.
Ihe'Illpatlly :
!
i' I
ca>- -. lead to the expulsion ol'ihe i Turkish .I either /ocs x/4'/ t'f'lie Inn. interests ofli.f
II His appeals !hat: their rll'cct and \v i. I Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock A. M";
Publiaiiiun\ of the La\vs. from the of Eu country, nr i, trHfally{: ; iguorant.
authority continent U.o\\'.: BKKN IHK MTI KUKUS.: 'I he -;tuecOuI.t Departs same day at 2 o'clock P. M.
I, ntlltert aie oihi-r enures complaint
We an' ii.l.niiic; 1 that Contract has v. ill be ajjain pllrill'cl: & it i is but fair Mail .

Leon mHlr \ lib! i h.' I'liuti.'rat T.il I ai.M-sre! I rope.Capt.. Davis of the I Brig Comet .. juit, that a !'<'"' u1' tile h-iding fVaunesi.f against: Governor Duval, which g.s. still Blakeley ;
I further, reestablish the fact, of his iiiu..I ;tt.
fur the ])i inlin; of tIlt I.aflf I tl- pjr'fniSCssinn i his career, should he presented to the Including Muiiile iul the States or Louliiani :
:: arrived! list night, has politely favoredIK : S for I lie oificu, that he hoh: !:. The conduct .
of the Lt'SKlalive Council at Tlsirdoll.ns *- public.I I I and Mississippi.:

: mill tucii'live cents per pajre.llu .- ,I 'vitli: the loan of 1 Il.ivre papers, to It is too well known, to admit of a doubt : of have Isis i-s.tra.igcd fri<-i ds, and from his him(\'ritc immediate best and Due Every Tuesday at L. o'clock >I.

i. tn rixininetiiv piiMti.ig un the 10li: the Mlh tilt.rIlle triumph of'iIie that} .Mr Monroe hid partially I promised : acts w i>ost men of thf: ',:rrillry. li-gi hlcd al lJepart3 every Friday at 12 o'clock MAll '.

Jan., wiv.l i. tMiund in a b-md of "ji lt to :! combined fleets c acrainst; the Turk, i IS to Governor Branch, of N .C., he Cxccu- the impotence and i;'iiorariccof the executive Other Mails.
lia\e the laws road) for delivery, uithiu !I ti"-t-chair of 1'lorida : that liovernor 1)u-
confirmed! the detail could and beholding! the il
C\
I I ; only r/c constqucacesthat
three ueeks fioin tiie tiiljounnneur;" of the val maili- li i> appearance in Washington, DUE every Wednesday and Sunday at

Council) -This i* :t it should he thanks : obtain, wns, ihat the number of sail and in his own person, and through his resulted from I lie pervur.seness of hisdisposition 4 o'clock 1' '..1.I "
j anl: the political impuiity of -
to tnabsence of I our t.Uf'llIOI. and thenlnhtit's I engaged in the battle, were upwardsof friends, solicited it : that bein informed his counsels : they silently withdrew I nun uep.i't every Saturday and Tuesday

and good intentions of oar Srcrcta- I t two I bundled I and 1 fifty, and! that the of the promise to al1orh. am.liug) apeaIsWetC | | an association with him:and looked with at i pas; 8 o'clock A M.

1 ,',IIIC' ;iitir of( the T rriturv ..11"111"m:1I- made to the humanity of the I'&esi-
route of the Turks! was overwhelming.A7. anxious; forebodings for some change in tfosVA) uice Hours.e ,
dent for the ol his
C: .d in an a hit- and correct inannei. purpo.o exciting sympathy -
I the administration of our affairs. Nor have
7. OAf.ans Mcr. Adv. -
: : that the 1're.sHont, pressed on the he Citize'H o; i'ensacola are respect'Jfully

Cot CMVCH a-rive; l i-i this place on t'ie From the A't/c () lams lire. Dtc. -7. one side, by I the claims of Mr. Branch anti I( these gentlemen been treated with that dignified I .fL requested to take notice that
conduct which should become ami
19th Dec.. after au ahsence of some weeks.On Glorious YtlcI In ddition to on the other by th: appeals of Governor I tiitd: Post Ollice will un'.tur.r.Iy be closed

a toe.r of inspection, on the Interior the news jjiven in this mommas (ia- 1 Duva!, suflVred his ft'eliuigs to lie operated They ought have to be been expected reviled of!,, calumniated tif!: Executive.and I 1011 :an.-v! a; 5 o'clock P. M. i unless

VrmiluT ofFlonda.c leain that it i is loiters communicated upon, and referred the matter to the Department the Mail should be delayed later than
;
/.ettc, some private abused. Lending a grrt-dy ear to the base
his intention to continue the li of Sta'c: that .Mr. xYd'ims, tin- ,
.
oops now t st- usual hour of arrival; in which case
machinations of friends
Hi K' u Kiup I : in their present position, to us by persons of the highest then Secretary of Stale nominated to thc their views pietcuded and their;fa-to I the Ollice will be kept open at least one

4'OIJj idennit one of the most eligible that : respectability, announce that the P e'sielnt, the. present Governor with the promote preserve Mail
thollTh e although not due un-
he has loaded: with! vile and i ignominious -
fonhj ha\e liren selected in that section of (J reeks have at l length triumphed, and explicit understanding, between, all parries, I voj;language, all those, whose honesty induced I 4 o'clock 1'. M., usualy arrives soon
-l'd. C. has JOllg hern of opinion that it was ia consequence of Ins residence I
country. that ths: heroic nation is about to enjoy I t them, and lirnnn ss enabled them toopfio cv.ouj'ii to be opened by 3 -/clock so that
that the Lel i ialeiest of Florida is well as ill I tiC country and tlie fun ily he had! with I
the reward of her valour and >ca course 5) well calculated to bzing the Olfice is usually open two aeurs.i
the (pii'-t and harmony of the Indians, i is per- him.i Such won-tho facts and known to .
iln-ply concesneil in the continuance 0'a$ fceverance, in shaking off the yoke of all!I, in anywi.e uciuuiit l A-iih tintraiis- ruin and disgrace; upon the Terntory. t/1'I1t' Post Master therefore requests, that
j| For the I have done. Circumstances those who wish to for l-ttei's
Iiiettv I lrtlll.lZ' Aliita 1 y Forro.n. .:.- !I. A i| bla very. art iflS of t thaI diy. I I'nder all I thiseciirumstances present I enquire on

peiii'y. \VeaKolearnthat Col.IIumpliieys, The Ins made itself it would I be but natural to suppose : may aij.in induce me to present I I that day, will send or call before o'clock,
I cry humanity sonic rllrll her; views to the penple, to titi ciI I and ihut he be enaolea to close the
the \:cut for- 1 ii1 ia ii All'airs, has g i.en Col. that if any prejudices exisled m the may
hii ; 1 hoard: !, and tho .liiners of three I date mor.' d'hOUI' unfortunate condition Ollice at thai time.
Clinrh the strongest axMirancesot tlcteiintnation j part of Governor Duval against Mr. Adams. -

to use nil the inans in his ) gi cat; nations; united, have humbled this would! have been a sufficient .. the lesnlt of ignorance wickedness;; The Post Oflice is open on other days,

ront-Uteiit i itii law and the tho and to show the a .sol ute necessity of urging from breakfast time until dark
jHuvrr justice to despotic pride of cresent. cause to induce: him. if not to /orget, at ; except
train the 1 Indians and them uithinthcir upon the National Government, some from to 3o'clockand during the timeof
ir> keep (Jhlract vfa letter.) least to "forgive. By this: appointment, :
limits. i I change in our situation, which can, in no or closing t'.se Mail.
proper ::i'. Adams incurred the enmity, and has opening
Paris i\uv. H>-I beg to announce wise better fifect' than radical
you i j be by a
i felt the bitterest r.uicoiof '11'. Branch and \V llasellltmt
The Editor that the French English and I one in the Territorial Executive.HOIiTENSlUS.. ,
has received letter from I his friends ; and the man, who has been

tnir DrlcgHie in Congress hv which it ap lissiun combined fleets, have overwhelmed fed I by his humanity and bounty, might Post Master.

pears. h,. is nt his post) and indnstriou.) tIle Turkish Meets and that i I have, at least, endeavoured to atone, in 'I .- b.LIV"RPOOI" P<.nscola, 1st Ta'1ur18.. .

nfaced ioi tlie interest of Floridi.in }pre- the sonic degree, for the loss to Mr. Adams, of Nov. 8. -
\ oj Jlgyptians before JVauarinu Improved Perpendicular
paiiiijr business to be acted in theSession. of those
I on early the s uppoit gentlemen.: If he was
t whore they had met.France. The sales the last five thy ae estimated -
opposed to fd 1. Adams, gratitude t might Qli a ma

The following subjects arc receiving attenlion .-Ky a royal ordinance of have silenced vituperative slanders, and if I at 8000 bags, a large proportion are the authorized of
Agents
and must of t them befoie Committee Paris, November 5, the Chamber ot I not acted, at least been silent. 1 do not I of them Alubam.is and Uplands WE Bencini, of North Carolina

the Deputies had been dissoi v.eJ. mean, that Governor Duval should be deprived -i at 5 1-4 to 5 3-4d. About to do ad thing necessary for the purpose
Adjudication; of land Claim and I
Buoys of his right of'choice, let him enjoy
in the interior channel v\ithin the Hands A new election is to take place in that : let him support whomsoever he I. 1000 bags have boon taken by speculators selling and conveying the right
may
of Key \Vesi, and I thoeVe>t of it. An Arsenal the Electoral College, in all the departments I I think proper ; hut let it be done, with that at 5 l-2d. The market yes- and privilege oF constructing, building

on the (;ILl lot :\It'il Improvement of France. Tne best harmony I def'rcnce.Vbidl he owed to his kindest terday was very heavy. I usingwithin the Territory of Floii"

of the llatlior of St. Marks &c. i benefactor. Has such been the case? Has S.\\'A. N.\.JI, Dec. 15th, 1827. I his improved Perpendicular Grist J/i/V
seems to reign among the people j Meal tor which he has ob-
The same letter adds, that "it will be he ever exhibited those grateful emotionsof Cotton -Uplands: command! 9 d for Grinding ,

giatifyin? Mariners Hl those inerested Ill supporting members in opposition llu bosom, whHi the act was calculated i tamed a Patent.
in lunnd Florida to, to the 10 something very superior would This in.H is considered decidedly -
our coinmercc Cape government. to inspire On the contrary, h, has indulged I superior

Jearn, tiiat the ritish) Goveinment have The king has created 76 new peers, : in a continued strain of opposition, bring a fraction over our quotations. to any at present in use, from the

ngteed to eiect Light-Houses on tlu-ir IslMuds to insure a majorty of members in i in violent and vindictive language. lie has Mobile, Dec. 29. I simplicity of its construction, the ease

in th-2t: cpiaitcr;" this uas a subject ol the House Ins i been open in his protestations of bargain Cotton.-During the week has i"with which it can be worked, and the

negotiation two years s'b'O' to support tyranicalsentiments. and corruption, and reiterated the most quantity of meal ground. The various
I been iu fair demand, at 7 1-2 a 9 cts I
malicious slanders. There is no opponent inventions and alterations which have-

Congressional Jorunlfllfs.-To the polite liussia.-The whole Russian army : of the present administration, whose language until yesterday, when the late advices .. '1 been made, in order to arrive at the stra--

Attention of our Delegate Congress, Were ) is marching towards the frontiers :: has been more ross. general conduct from Liverpool, had a tendencyto plest and most valuable height have all

.. indebted for a ropy of the Documents and for the more violent. lIe has now gone to make the market dull, and but little! I fallen far short of the object desired ; but
'' Turkey are waiting
,
p accompanying the i'refcident's Message' Mr. Adams, to solicit preferment again ; was done. [\V c learn that on the in the present instance, thr inventor api .
order invade tho Ottoman Terri
and of H "Letter from the Secretary of the to and it is sincerely to be hoped, that if the have the s.deratuiq
'IreH. tran the Annual 3lst. the price of Cotton at Mobile Pea1st9 acquired ,
miltillg- Report
uiy. President, (in his opinion,) cannot decline :I
of the State of the 'iriance." These documents tory.The re-appoint him for indelicate was 7 to 8.} cts_ I so long sought atter
Emperor Nicholas is expected improper, The mill attached to a Cotton Gin, will

int'l'l.bly are voluminous .VCannot be he; iasei ted to arrive there daily. and vulgar language towards him ; he will t grind from fitly to sixty busnels ot corn aday
papl'l'-tllfo'J' may inspectednt take into consideration hereinaftel'mentioned
matters
a our oflke and we will Ilel ('after make that tend to that deMrea- ,mm 1P ttmvQ I and that too of a superior grade oc'I
may
extracts from them, of such parts as may C(). I.11 UNlCJl TIOJTS. ble object.It meal ; and the scarcity of mill stream ,

appear of peculiar importance to our -. .. in the country, and tne great labor suffered -
-- : has been asserted by the friends of the Port ot ?en aco\a.
tenders.Ve To tfie Editor of the Pensacola Gazette. Governor, with a degree ufuol nesswhichI in ise operation of hmJ: mills, rendersit

\ insert to-day a communication from An editorial! par.igraph in ol the more important to the people of
your paper gives the asseition an air of truth, that he
Jud c Urackenridge. Inch the :20th of October is in estimation I CLEARED.Jan : this Territory.
some partsof\i 1 my I is ably qualified to fill (he executive chair.
'c irjfret, because they requite comment I calculated! to produce an unfavorable unpre.awn -I To those who are acquainted with him. or Schr.Vaverly, Smack, The price for a right to construct one.

liora u". The Hsertion that our w hole state-. in repaid to the discharge of my his administration in Florida, for the last Philadelphia. Cargo 150 bales cot. of these Mills, is twenty duUart, and one

UJ nt is moneons, i is harsh and tve think ,i: oilici.il duties. It rxpiesses great regret at } four years, the absurdity and ridiculousness ton by J. J errison jr. ; and a quantity, of them can be made at a tn8iufi expense -

\vnnifiitrd ; and makes it necessary for U: lie failure of the November term in conseJ -. of it, will appear palpably manifest. I when compared wit h the advanU

to txnimiH. our statements and point out J (]uciicc ot my departure for Philadelphia, .I To undertake a scrutiny of his public acts, of hides. horns and fur, by the Master. KQS resulting from the use of them.

Wile C they have been misunderstood' whenCIIlPoi'1 I holds out the idea of a total failure of the. would be a Herculean task. and only pre- 2nd.---Schr. Amelia, Hatch, Nev I, Application to be made to the subset

that n'll erroneous. Jud.ge B. thinks May term previous, and then adds that the. sent him, in a light, more simple, than his Orleans. Ballast. bers and those who purchase will be fur--

"tl. assemblage of all these particulars I county of cambia will thus be without a. bitterest enemies could desire. He has SAILED.Dec. Dished with particulars in full

in the vame paiagroph would naturally I Court for eighteen months. The assemblageof j written some and more precious
messages, L. & M. A. Armistead.
I LI ad lift (-ii! uiy reader he Iii'\e that ow- these particulars llie same paragraph: I morceaus, never regaled the taste of a literary 2th.---Schr. Amelia, J. We- .

jl g to his 31ciuCcuCourt: would b: held 1 I would QauraUl1t ii.a cuisc.*>. ic ido.- tot I l'L enthusiast. They arc vrildly romau-, C. Uato, Twijia Ba r, j IU Taitthfvucs -iJRalDc "

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SUGAR BOILERS. 1ltGJl Register of Debates
ATTENTION.rilF. t tfI
/fla.i\ Co\\\rn.e\.oys: I leave t[if 111 E subscriber for sale, a few pnirLL 't will sell or exchange forfri"i1 Vol. 11.

j1)ROPOSALS win be received *t '.is Subscriber will certainly < Sugar Hoilcr,, as a sample from the ftn.: other property, t' ut valuable Jut' Pllh:; lLcd

_ \, : Office, until the 20th day Clt$ January ensacola about the middle of Janu- : manufactory, and can supply any quantity .IL11iL. TWO STOny HOUSE, Gales baton's
all
/ ezt, inclusive, for a Contract to cairy iv next ; he therefore requests per .to order. F. II. MSHKT. pleasantly situated on the Spring Road, Register of
o"ns claims Rl-4tiustlum, to present
th Mail l betweenPeqsacola ha\mg I'ensacola, Dec. 7th. 1827.-o8-if h-adinjj Cantonment Clinch. If sold Delates.
.I 'lie same; and those indebted to him will .
F. & Blakelcy Ala. lease make payment before the 'frt of Cash or good approved security will be VOL. II Frnvr "KS- III.19rn CO'fonEd
1 TOW1 OPt t.AGOLl\. quired. ALSO, ( :82-6.)
the Mail to be carried oncr a week, allow- 'lamiary, otherwise Officer. they will have to set- 0 IS in the new Town of Magnolia head of good I A length we have reached the en*

; :'ng the Carriers to jroaud return in thredays. t le with an J are offered for sale. This plnce is 800 Stock t :LH 'e J._ of the /debates of this !eqjofl''lflgrc'4s

The times of arrival departure 11 y. Ahre.ns.Penracola ituated b mites from Fort St. Marks on which will be sold low for after surmounting betides its

; $o be fj. C'l bv the iindereigT 12th J)' c1827-S9.---*t. the St. Marks' river and 15 from Tallahas cash. great length ; other Sonni.l-blc o03t..vi .ito
Persons miking proposals arc required .= ----.- --- ------- -- the the completion of this work. For
_ to state their prices by the yewr ; and to I iti Ll 0 'JT 8: J1 EE."i ;JJ". i.l. see.Town hy Thi vessels river cun drawing! he mvigated 8 feet to vater. 'V m. A. Bell, three months in the Summer of 1826f

___ a Tr.cntion whet:vt r they wish to carry the # "Hih.lll'st. price in cash, given for The situation is hi;h, dry and healthy ; Pcr.sncola, 8th Nov. 1827-34-l3t.nUTIT soon after it was begun, the \\ orku

3lai| in a Carriage or on ncback ; if miGj the above articles, tn'.Juliu's t has two Sulphur Springs in the vicinity, AM I ORNAMENTAL suspended by reason ofour daily: expects.

; rrhge it uill) be necessary to tJ.ntll.ni Pcsray. one of which is only 200 yards from the TllEES.&c. tion receiving reports of some Spe ch..

the size, or how many passr pgers can beconveniently ". Public Square. They 9z said lo po .ses cs, which we tvished to insert in their!
7-H-tf
in -"'r 7I rDec.
conveyed in it. Botanic GarIc.nurSt'rIC4 ScA
tnnxan order but which tIJOUllso
', great medical qualities I proper ; reports, :
The contract will be in every rf-sr ctcubiect .vtvvJtartin tCI7t'C.f'tl : I For further :information of Terms Sec. : at Flushing, long waited for, did not at last arriveUuuble '

to the rules and regulations.'* itvhich appto; .1. (; and N. llamlen 1 St. lrkg. near 1'Y rk. XV M "'HSe}: to complete this voluim*, orrv.iito

JiuiJ Contracts arc tisuilly rrt. \ ) I! or to .Uim-stus Stede! Tallahassee.St. proptietor of this Establishn.ent -: approach its completion, befoie the

f NO proposal.will he considered, THI \15. IN ATTACHMENT.CHSC 10th lH.7 21-tf.5CONSTI has ju published hiiu \v and en- I meeting of Congress in /ccember, lS2t%
ire 'ot received at tbc 'flJc* rrc\ ous 1. J ZaJOC!. .1. 1":!'I 0.. M.irls August- I arred Clt-.h7IC'i/ or th" present year, the work was necessarily laid aside until
., ':21 Jan. on u-lncti} dR\ ihej v .1. he t11; attachment has i?.ufd, -- Fruit and Ornarr.pntal -
the N in Tioi'z i 2-\ih\ edition; nmpriaing after the close of that ses.iion.ftel" it
t forwarded to tnr '.,:. Uas'-vr Gtm-ral; .ft and Itit COIl me -r.cd in the l(UIt\ !.. Trtcs, Greenhouse! Plants, nuHI was resumed in the last .Ynrintr, it *a,

and li lt' ccrti.ict 'no ."'on-to ooeTation n Court for Escambir. County.A. IT rr: and anpcir.t Micajah I I );); Hoots, /ancriCHn Indigenous Trees, attain unavoidably suspended for another

ef.fi r-s iine fJLCj "-< i of ts<* POi't i'StCTt(71crI tfonlon, of IVsisaroIa: n' -- agent amiA'o''if I Plants, frc. The collection oi Fruits cf n- interva! of three months, in cOI1t'I'lt.nct

on *hr proposals car beOrncs cet I I'l.-u tit' .. Ai''y.rcnro1 : \ M- all 'na'erc am! things relati\v! ';ins, in addition to the former great RS- I of disappointment in the receipt ofpae.

4 4lfleLL f71h.. 18-7 .. 3.... oI the dl'1L.rr! ai.(i n cciv-.hg pay for naa- sot tifleflt the new and highly eslccnfedvarieties far the work from the mi IN. 11ucr-

tJ. "r llaB 'U 1\\\\\: ', 'crialsat I tvj: Navy V rdK. i vvuich have bet-n introduced I l cumstances with U'liniaguiaulc "n!.

lll .t J43fCJ. l) t 1) ;. Montgomery.Mnhlie into nonce' by Mr. l\nt }ht, Prcside-U of I \ime tn which the /J-bates. &c. of tin-'

: !! f Ui IH'27-S9tfComfortable :he London Horticultural I Society: by Profe session have extended, will serve to account -
FasT P.2z8rca. "WILL Tr-cive Prop sic .'-< t i9 l'1r ({' .. Sept.. --- ----- >sor Van M >ns. of t Brussels, md others; for the lateness of thin publication.
4th 1)c. 1 27-38-;t 5 N fll th( jc Ifp''ii '(' fc r lInph ---- --- ,-- -- flOarliflg. atid includes ab vcSUO varieties not i.ffcred I In regard to the pi:in of the work we
---- ---- wood for the cf the 1 Tr '*' < '
irg : me p : 1' for sale b) any other! establishment hope itVi l be considered an improve[ ?
JJadel1"U ir/tff, Cordials; \.:V. tic Station. It .Mist be merrh oj'nb''. \1T.7. lienMpmriir.au he acconmio-.U !I in the rr.Min.rcvivR mt'nt upon the first volume that we Jawe.

KCKIVii per Schr. Orleans troni 03,: at.d o'her bird \\ ()od. and the 'I'd :Ui (1! > buad, and two or tbiee bow elevating! how delicious to one separated the Debates of the two iunu

1 Philadelphia. \r 1ehy r.i ;::>t:1nt 4 *e< t 2 i, '.'!:. lit ith Hooius, by CHKUUY YHRES. Oftht-se 15,000 trees, es, 'o as place the /debates of the eiat: <5

10 cases superior Old London Particular high, U feet .inclit-s l'>vg, a\l fh' Wi1. J no. raniier, of'eI.1flt. sire and exceeding: !} thrifty in a consecutive series, uhich arc follow! :

Madeira me. J cut fui';; f'Hir i1t 'n l length I'o l hf d--iii,; HOUM of Mr. l'.terftiba.RcnVi |'tAvt THIU)0 000 of large 8iz >, ed, in the same erdrr by those uf the

10 II Old Port AVinc. tied at anyplace in the Town of I'CJI..oo. ( ; Dec. 7.h 1827 -jtt-tfiSO'FT'E. and very tiir'-i'ty! and vijfuv( us growth, ji- house of Representatives. In other: rcspec's "

10 4< Cherry liiandy; Superior. la, where it may bf wanted ; ar d al UKCantonemeiit --- --- cl (ll1q.: .). finest:; varieties uf the South of there hn: been no c'iklltial'aris..
.
;0 ,. Cordials first quality assorted in I : curt'ed' up by the Ctracior Fuince where hrl e qniwtitics are v/ant tion from tin original plan. 7'i'ie IZcgi
the 1 do/ each. linnic'f:; ; viiin! con\eiiiiit ditanceof -- ed the -.'i! bs redmed.iVv.u is : '
p'-icc hti-tctiy
cases -K! *ol! w.-v ".nicies of 'Ordnance ter a Register of Debate, wit,*
30 ..e"me Uittcrx lilt wattr hide, at the usiuir'd! .M..1! OVna: "'f Mores, the property Tu>:fs Ii/'OUO: of tle cijoiscst such incfiktils in the two Houses as for.u

5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. ir.r tlnce. The wood, is to be deh\ -re.l a' ,,;1" thC t'mie-i "'a," s, mil ollcred fur kinds, exceeding;;) thrft> and Leiilthy.! a material part of the history of the session

3 Barrels) I'herrx Htiunce. such; tunes ai.d 1 s:ih (q'-intiti. a1* uiu\ b.direi.trdlron ,:1.! -tt I't-r-i-i ..' >, Florida, on the 1'jih liu fr.s--Mrar; J0i of the c.r.iceit! vir'.elies Of the Jrirnil proceedings i irt

6 Half Bbb Ar.utseed, Peppermint this olT'CP.! FIR: cl1.Jln rhii'CI"J :; ; of V \1':1:0. .J ; rlel.vi-.nbl. to purrs : : selcctc.t with the t rtatest. cure either house, nu more is attempted to Lgiven *

tnd Cintiamon Cord 1 is sixty cordpr mouth fr'>,!m J.s1Nov \1"' at 1 ;' (f' llo,'in<, :placeviz.. I from the Vme countries, frum thc :'"th than is necessary to explain i tho
For Sale by to 3uprll, anll1.it tit:' ']'i .u'.i vIrom -- -- lo the 5-lth degire of latitude, and con- manner in which! each -Debate began Mndelllf'11.
_ 1st M-- to 31st October Tw bid-! t:1; : \ ..
F. H. Nigbet.Penacola ; ( OIUJNANCE. jI otm.L- j i-quently suited to every section cfthe !
will I bt- ,ivdone till' t lie bt''t H. I k il't.ts j WCH.ht Cuiori-; j.e.L-ct.ons will be nude uy the j Tins work UTJ ckim, not exclusively
.. Dec. 20, 1,Qt-..J. lack wood of he rountrv ; niid aN-'thT I --- ,fl; 1 ndrs Iron 'Cannot-- -'UUt.IV: if desired' wuit : '. ,
( proprietor, to any I'-if. : I but above all 1 things, to ;n>r lrthityI .-
toi such oak fci-d oilier t! hsr: dit'o. jSUIJ( uUr uinl ciuuititicd4rc
{ J 1 locality where, !:rge I There arc indeed some speeches deft.
l\1\ G"jII to the II nn-.iockH th. l U-t, .-
common 0.: ditto. 8.54U1.8'JO
Pfn'lrarr.< I dcifcU, r.t reduced rates. The great cient; but it from no fault cfthc Kditnr', -
Iht1.tgnnii'L, '.-Ltf1zt" an.j tI'P.." I ': Canon. ) I eronU cj'ihe CUl'ctiClIl tl-.
At 1 uj> present any ho na-lc every efi'ortin vain to procure
wood will not b-. rn: 1\'d. !r' ( !!;"' .1 9 ".
I \1 ditto. 7it ever before oilercdlo the public Will he thersi. In !tine of the caceiJ, the Re
be Jea.t i i. tl]. it' '.J .
livery to i < is e \L '
V t nl; t t ? pe-cei\cd by referring to the catalogues port. have been furnished by the RCA

lIE 8ubl\crlb' have opeiunl in thet Dun I )K. !5urili.As '. !I' rT I I or l y visiting- establishment. portcr, to the: SpeaLers, for revision,

.i- City of New Or1cms.hoks ''e I .,1.H. t.l: ,ft ,'. ", I. ." ." 'h1'y. *l I .13* Catalogues nry be had 'n:tis of I..d never turned ; in one case, indisposition .

])ry Goods Establishment, where Ihyhave stant Quarter Mu-'J 1'' o-r.c:: -. I. ......, cL" : cr"l.lo. 11,400 tne Subscriber! ; and o\dc--j left v.ith 1 on the part of the Reporter prevented

will l'eiiitci.L-) t 5, 1 If: '--.' -1" f.; .r. '/.,?; nun M ill be promptly! attended to. the Speeches from being: -
now ou haii'i and constantly _.-------- __ h .. _. _____ : reportedatall
Jceep: SEA--. [.0 .,.".. ..,''. -a.., ,0.) l.".. I i ;:Jl', lf Te,/. I i I \\. IL\ I'LL HUNT. .1g nt.Prniacob I : aid in another, some on* or
J J2il Nov. 1627.Su
3'1 more members hive declined! reportirg-
and Extensive Assortmenf .. .
A general .
-- --
I- I'll ,: 'I1h:( rllt'I' h::" '!'I r""c \" :fw' : J-/SL-1: I Ii their speeches, where all other iiie"ibrrtivcluntarily
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; I'h"dteh: fro -i :;.- ,; -Or.'fin: ':.--uisd i; /"FiIJ :" I 1t I I .Jj4.y prepared such report.:* (45 m
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xihichthcy or{ ->- 'n t..t Piece or 1'ackajc has 0:. hiiid troai ('..rns- r ',..p.n'ij.t'un. : (' .;.:', ,'t- I".7. riM 1yrn'iioi 14 1G1!: the tM- of the cni'e Debate in secret
101,1" I,. Ma'K-rn! Ci'Auhirie.do. I fir .' t1t '1 L. Iii) I Z1 HE '-.rrne r> have: associated .
!
". n the most: : lib lr.1 term : -10' se.ssi-.jn ) :ITue editors have ipsde tveiy
Jt.Mieniselves
V/m. A. Unsuct & t.(j. I I I Ter.ci'fi! >... 0'-.. Jt-lly I & .; ns, j J '(2.: ::1"J c 41 ditto. i UoJ I in practice, as Altonues exertion in their prmer to render toowuik
Couii elio7S an-l I'mctors the bevua'l'lIrli
Medor. 'r'... rel ot' IL '-U, IVMValruU], I ii" rf I I II in : COi11fe\l-. l'!1l'V_ iav so far ?ucccedcd -
;';. .}: (/il!rt: f\i 1(ti. I of f.a\\ Chaitceryand ..kdniralt.I I
(;h ,:ten Butt; v, (,'jrry 'wrs, I Ii"l that i it it, perhaps, "-,re (coT
New Orleans, Gn. Dec 1S-.7- .Jd1' 11't'n/Q"Clll.J m the Middle and 1 Western Districts; of
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ditto. I
'in ,
Leit'L.i'-d \I I ni'terj ptlrs S4..200 plete than any work of t'ie .ame n.tu f
) .i'lt'.1"J > I Florida, und in the Court of Appeals atTallahassee. ,
HalAh C col i'Jl IIJ
j LiGa.: t% "i- I : I -; that ever has issued from the p.ess.Whereia .-
I will ulso attend the
They
(1'), PII.r'f'S, y ? a" "dlUo. I : ,'))i it is yet incomplete! they aslr
L Fou HALE, Mnsir! '(.n und '1 ( OjUfn": Kclcliup, :n .1 ;' i i.2 '' dto.: :4.uuJ J I Superior Courts of (-Counties of Deca- the usual indul! -:r.ce of the puDlic to.
Tuscalouau stvc U hiAir 'oJ: I 1 r. 9 u .l ttto. I..o: ;HJ I I air and Karly 1 in beorgia and tlie Circuit wards those who.s failure of success
.tlt the PF.XSACOLA jjJ'J'URl, : I' projcee
Cyans of and .
tale! in Aiabnaii1.Thtir
I I hour, li. con. i iJi's: ixc.Jc .)! 0 ditto.i :,fu"tJ I lleiuy ('s from causes be)cad their eontrol.GT. '
the follf-uini: Elcc.'int I'I rts. u Oiiice; i is t \\ ebbvUle' Jnck'cn '
1 Vcrris "l/t < "cl lt or e,5i;
wsin:; 8..rup:1 or :1' ; 'I : cf 5.
niiiT.e Queen, of Ki- luudVsfc ofChill' County, Florida, Uviuch plate one 01'tltc
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80510, for a :.t-a voj I. ': f.'*:1 ;J! "Ill' ';: 'I'!; :; (.I'tt. 3O'JI :,rr 'Fh Vflisne now announceit c' ).
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cxhib} ':<;nh' )htrhmi.'n to lic Iioi.io.ii : l"i. ;7' )i. i .7 .*:-* I I : C:.'. : i p.lr3 Hra;s <:annoll:1.,91j :| \ CI ,I loXov 1"7" ,-JJ-7i.HE ot Ui'S [paper,* and of neatly half!
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'j'he of the Fishi-rnvtr irsuinIiis 1 n'n1st an-i i :; I 1 G llO. do. / ,11I to which the session gave birth there
Jwell.ng z' : Ercs leave lo i : : partner-hip of Fi.vnr & Iusn.
,.&hhevUe.Cirt'aruS.. : \; former CII'.tom'- >, t '.it he h'-s re I-. L ': IW_" M"i-tarS do_ _. .16 : 1&-. TON, in consequence of tne death o!:,. I are 144 pa;e:. O'i the ACTS pjssed diif-

KmgIr*he llritous.neurilordvck. : t-rvrner.cet busiutss at his(1\ S'uuvvljpn -\ z Tctt l. \ :_. :ill' c.scarIno:' n 21ICt. Mr. Junies HlI-l.t011, i-j dis i >so'\ed: ; all persons ing the asssion, a complete! edition fi.;faC.7
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A Ylliig I he has for s.ilc a very gUll a.:orlme -: hating claims agaicbt t'.ie: late iirr.i, pages more. The INDEX to the Dt-
V" f':. U 000 li'-i ( '. H Hs and shells
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A View of M'-udoM nl ofKiTsh t ; will present them to the subscriber pages
j of ".IrlnLl (inlibres f.-iiin 3 tciiThw
aco1a. DtC 19 1827. I settlement and! those : closes the volume.
en Se.i-nnahlo Oomlllereived -.,, persons indebted,,
: |, poundoss
of this Volume
r will forvvaiJ and make The price stitched \h\
: b)' ll e latest arnvaia; froii; 1'U\ J 60t111..ket (yjutrsd; !"'j n.es come payment,, wiJlbcKiraiT! ->
\rl' \\ \ 't be ifiven.JAMES paper cover i.nris.
can
J as no indulgence
\o.k Mid Phi14lc1't1sa.3S ; ; 19 do do Box Belts When /'ropohils were issued for th's!

"ITini.L be soM to the 1'i.rhestT hi,1dc hcl.1 Point Bankf'tq! IJ'i; Ha\i' 'n-t cit1; r'"q "rh. 20th. Nov. 1827.5fiflmTs'FINLAV. work, it was supposed that the great e".t
1' on Mo Ml:)', tl'.el4Jh.! JLnuary. 1M H, ;7-1"and 8.4 tlip'-'vt; lulli 1,1! nioi''
Bt 11 o'clock, .4. .)/ on a cr,-\I' o t' Three 1 bale E1 pt'rinl'lc? "Y 'h'f.! : 'I 1 000 Fus.esl20j volumes could! extend, would be 011%
,ix aid nme niontJ, the iotrCf t11 till Drili .
'baits .Vinte Jc : Fiwsinp3llue I i'cri \ :.PS thousand patjci ; audit was hoped thai: it
Ct)', kr'ovn by t.ie n\nir o{ blockade: ; and -hl-icK isTipi-rial cloth, bin' 1 :a ck c-'w would fail cor.'i'..!t'l"lol) f h: rU/fevc-i t.uxt

'I cable! to u r":oluho'. ;I'- .-ed Ky tj'J.l'd It lid flit carsiir.crcs ; 'ir.p'ts: p.isortt.isurirr ; .l I O":*.) she. ,tc uf Ti" ALMANAC I quantity. ''I IC E* con l .ouro.! : was i icie-

i of AI leJm lI. TJcc. 4h, 1827. super uiul ,ndimilips f.cy In,,'", 2,00lb!! \\ cifht Scrap Trot. FOR fore oK'ered to subscribers; at Fav Duiantbeiuu

: John) Jelrissu.fia.yor.. ; 7-8 wl11 irish htiiM-j ; I ;.::' : about the proportion tu the subscription
TnsTh' Siiles will be for CA-M
I PflSaCOht, Zt-c. 14U, !8J7.-39-..4t"Thread 1\ 1t1it1: t.'.S; super 6-i tnr.cv ':'ir-r : price of the 1st volume, which
:and the niinnnuni ce of th* IJrass Orii-
p
hams "!.u"ii\: .How, red and fl :': SOU
; ijvn would hc\no ooo. the nuiirjer
_'._ L' d' I nanrt'is Hr t'd \\pp"h'.five cents pelind. 1828f pages
Laces, Lace Yti1sI 1 1.c. tH'IS. DIS.UK ana cniorca i)' niirjuisprinted : ,)f f pavj'es: COHt:1I11l in that volume.lristiid .
bcu'.b:;eUs and Salisbury! ilnels 1.. .. I u' For the l"o- Cannon, Shot an J. of RO'J: pages however, the
"'!n'lis, fifteen dollars r>pr tol). Owners
) ; spool l cotton, assorted ; cotton >.uls"ncivertoens : t work embraces nearly douolc that
qiran.trty.
-- Subscriber baa recrived, per I : linea cambrIc ; cambric h' Foundries the Northern ct tes, can JUST .RECEIVEDt ''0 double tin: price at whicu we ;';

r- THE OI'ICRIfrom l.ullphia.. hdkts ; ILirofrchdlcfs; black Italian cr p" I r"-c- ive any inforiiiM5 concerninjf the AliI nut SALK AT TIIKPENSACOF.A proposed to issue it. xv<.tid! be the rule of h I

and l Drnnison from New York. iii i flounced robes ; g'>n'-'.arid>-, -.pifler nets, ..I"'H twntiojK'd ai'iiclcfc, from Captain i .BOOKSTORE.NOTICE. justice between u. and' the public. Iatve !
|I\XT;;L E. !'e1Lt': Asistnt' Quarter Master -
addition to his fo nr assortmeut threads Hussia diapers. j.l-un! :LIt ,
: patent \ are 1 b*>x containing eUgaut assort I fi-tund bonk muslins, :Mada, ,,1.1 15'ntt U S. Army, l'ItCOk| Florida ; ort ( and shall! l be abundantly satisfied \if ftuiihin :

jrtent Thread and ( imp L-rcs; hack! I > 'Hld .. comp'y Hat};:?:, liri'i'' .. <.1 C!..pdresses -'>>m Lt ISAAI- A.niin, commanding! U. ETTRHS of Administration the any reisauable time- it reimburses ,.
on
i.; 'seual! Kitten. 1.v.it.r LOlli,iana. ,
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and white Luce Vex.s : "d iiuurrd white brown and m.xl coti' .r
plain :
I ; A estate of Samuel R. GVIMTJU, l.'te of our expenditure upon it, together with "
4-4 Gimp laces, &c all of the neet p:T- '' b&l!t ho.c ; \vhit' and iv.ixrd u-nr)tcd \ Dan'l I K. Burch, the County of-Escambta, deceased, hang the interest of the money expended. If ,. 't'

tern ALSO, lamb's wool] do ; line linen hoae, ladies Ass>t. Qr. Blaster heci. granted to Mrs. Mutgarct Ann Over- profit comes afterwards, at a long interval .:

Super super 4-4 uhitt.p.uze flannels, wi.ite a"d! 1 black c-tlcu ladies super whitecottou hove, cfltl-' i and 1 Mack worsted do., plain anti caivci'.ctclftalw : : Isaac A. Adams t)f a'ut County all having de. will seiveto co.np.nsate our own labor P

3aen' cravats, hluk siik. hhdkis, *i.e Ii.). 'I i furnituic) chock! h,-dti.kin.u- 1st.: Lton Or'n.ince seivice. mlIHs against said: estate persons, arc requested and anxieties concerning this undertake

cn shirts, gcntl'iiifn'ri brown ;'HU wh.tt I periinc coltt-.n t>hiitinfs, tail! ch-tln;, blackbombi7.iiies rpnsa-olalst. P 27. to present the same for settlement, and ing which no one can appreciate who

linen gloM-s, fancy prints, striped and .fl : fmcbcit ribbons, black ami those indebted, are requested to make has not himself partaken oi them. \Ve
checked nr.isims; white s..tm and nuir.tua do. ft-4 l/isli! bIutin84 -
gra-s j I ITTZCE.II payment to KOIJ. ItT MITCHELL, have placed the volume at the lowest
: 4 trunks gemlciiien's boots, shoes bro- dmlac, bruv/n linens; super black Attorney in fact for price wii'.ch we could offer it to the public .

gans and pumps, of ,cr> superior qualify -'I and white, j>!aid! and btnped II phs'e i q. subscriber, Justice of the ''Peacc' 11. A*. OVtiRTON, ; mating i it,...e believe, the cheapest

and ludies! morocco walking <*huc.s. i r>rintccl shawls and hdkfs; printed Watero -i I for the Coimty orKscambii, duly authorised .'JJrniii8trcslrx.PencacolaNov. book of the sane nature and extent that

? bales 3-4 and 4-1. brown shirtings. I. <> sha'- .,l&r cy silk dres?s, uuaotlire ad, !, cnrnmistiioned and sworn, has ta- 27th, 1327.-37-tf was ever published.
a CAIC low priced clothing "men jjlovijs, linen tapes, Russia dii-rtiugs. k"i : n office in the house belon in to The few persons who have remitted

)i" Ii. Ni81H t. uill'd drab cloh, bue! and red Ktruud*, ft.. I "Mirral f'.all ; where he can be found at :lIJ4\ ZSA33LXS1mLNT.rhe Five Dollars for the work.'wiil! have the

Pensacola Dec. 20th, 1827-40-tf ALSO. any hour in the day, for the transaction of volume forwarded to tnem for the money

4 cr>scs saddler assorted h m.i fU:ss. ., received, in literal fulfilment cf our con
Thy. HASELL HUNT 9cas&-s nr wstcr''t hau, assorted quali- He will also do any copying, or adjust I tract. It will be left for them to detci>

tics i accounts, on the most reasonable terms : Eagle TavernAND mine, in the court uf conscience, wnetli
HAS just rece'ed tom Boston, and of 5 trunks fine ready: made clothing and walt promptness.! er or not they will voluntarily pay the additional
fur sale: at low pncf3, an as- 12 trunks )lads s' and ientleluem boots
l. cost of three doiUrs to make up
of a.d shoes {: xiv e. ai\e i\\g.
I aortmeut
ANDTRAVELLER'S the actual price of eight dollars.
Blank Books & Stationary ; Childrens' and boys' shoes, bro-ans. Sic. The subscriber also respectfully informslis REST. We call this TelujM the second. wilK
1 Boxl lealh ., cal .kin;>, shoe llued fri ndli.and the public in general that
I \ A! & THE Subscriber informs the public be obvious to every one, however that
cons!*' ng ut Ledgers Journals, \ :ste.Letcr. 25 kegs Virginia tobacco he will draw Deeds, Mortgages, Hills of Tfl'1fil that he has opened a house though aucli a quantity as 15W pab ec

Lab, and Invoice Books, ll.usia3iiidin 5 boxes superior CA\'cl1du-h i do Sale, & Powers sf Attorney, with neatness .Iu.U&IL. of Public Entertainment, :n the may be sewed together in balk yet they

gLtdgrrs Hardware: &t. and legal precision, on the most reasona- house formerly occupied by Maj. Hall cannet be bound in a fciujU: volume so a'ito

Journals, Waste Backs, and Day Corp and Pen pocket, sportknien and desk be and accommodating terms ; and solicits for that purpose, fronting the public i be used to advantage, uwt will neCessarily %

Letter Books Leather nivt's ; knives & forks, carvers, waitt-r*I a port'mn of public patronage. square, which he has fitted up in a convenient be separated into two volumes, of

-. n. DocKet Mem lId trays ; llenning". iet i.eedics, si uf H. B. Stringer.Pensacola. manner for the reception of tra- pans, each of itself of a portly siste, mak

Albums, Alphabet Leather, or aid small- lers and trap;, plated purb, spectacles 17tbOct. 827-31-tf. vellers and other His table will alwaysbe lug Past the First and Part the S-ecoaq.:
:
books covers
yandum ;
: carpenter's tools, shoeaiakcr'8 and cur supplied with the best which the of volnine H.OCj .

: Quarto Blank Books. Post Otfice tier's do btock lucks, padlocks! I hovei; NOTICE. market can afford and his bar with} the Ordws arc invited from Book t.''
Super Koal Knveloping or of No exertion will be for work. TIle
kettles best liquors. hers and yttiera tUI 4'
: Paper, upertine Folio i'ost, Blottu;',, and cards,tongs&c. &c.ttiaacoLa, auce puns cotton I IS hereby given, that at the ensuing wanting on the part of the proprietor, proacliing setasion of Congress wilt afford -
) and Letter Taper, Fooiscap Taper January Term of the Honorable, the
satisfaction those for
iflL Dec. 7th, 127.-38-tfb to render general to a favorable opportunity rennt.ttancea
I ruled and plain ; best Lead IVncds ; 4 'ounty Court for the County of Escam. who may farorhim with their company.His from a distance for it, and for tUfe
arid Moxes wooden orja )am.ed; Glass 1s01a1I ;A1. bia, accounts and vouchers will be presented
well
Htables are calculated for a number conveyance of the voluas which i is too
?t1ks &.6andsCork l11kataudtJ.Amer.can.& Chares iu the and application made for a tina! of horses-and a ,ood and attentive bulky to send by mall tt anj part of the
Lafayette, &ur settlement .of the estate of ;r. James C.
Jbn: Jisn Indelible Ink ; Eagle Ostler will at all times be at hand. country.)

and higblander IMnjing Card ; BUnV i JO\X' b'r'l l1Nl1 t Broneugli, deceased. Families, or Gentlemen who may wish Vol. Ill of the Register of Debates i ttiu
Cards Vibiting Cards Pocket Boob audWa.l1ct. i Ewd. L. Drake Atty. .
can be accommodated with private a- the press, and considerably ptTfQff&i-
., Jtrd Sealing Wax and Waters, for building a Whaii'nt Palafcx Street, it 1 for GEO. WALTON. Adm'r. partments. GEO. .FISUE :
Dic&. do. .do. English and Dutch Sates i; Peusacola. -
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