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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 11, 1828
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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l'uBLlSR'WVtr.KItLf.: HI tllp I I I worni ,from the egg to the cocoon, Kbonyand Topaz.-The Presi In reporting to the Council the marks, on the subject of the taxes for

W. XZAS2SOLK .,IA.J.I...,. :"."" 'C"U .t:r nI.1.-'. ; thence to the laying and the preservation dent's Toast his: given rise totho dis- state of the Treasury, I have to regret I the ensuing year, that otherwise I 0 :

KniTOR AND PItUrRiETOI{ of the eggs for another year'su play of much mythological and pagan that many of the difficulties presented 1 I should have thought it my duty to ?

rublitherofthe Laws of the United Mates I. 'e. During the cold weather of,I learning, and among other definitions in a former report still remain. \;t i I make. It will be seen from thestate- -

SOIscmrT1us-Yrar S 5 I winter, they can be sent, by mail, to..I of its meaning. we rind the following The officers whose duty by l Liw it is. ments made that notes to a consider- t

Half year 3 any part of the Union, and the postage in the Belvidere (:\. J.) Apollo j I
Quarter year 1 50 on them will not exceed treble "Ebou and To az.-A subscriber ,, have altogether, except in one or', to me by the Commissioner of the City ,

Subscription payable in advance.AurnTlstrc.Every advertisement. posiage on a common letter. Those : wishes us to give him some information :I two instance*) failed to do so. The of Tallahassee, some of which :

of the width of one column and measuring.;i who may wish for eggs may apply to I qs to the meaning of these two I, consequence is, that I have been unable :':. have been put in suit, and all would -

not more than twelve lines of this type,first me by letter, by mail, enclosing five i words. Two of our atrrms absconded ., to raise accounts against the dif- I I have been so, had not a difficulty pre- t ;
insertion one dollar, each weekly continuance I I dollars for which a sufficient number i iI last week, without leaving the ; t Brent Collectors for tho sums they seated itself; which I thought was : '

fifty cents; longer and wider ones work at, I I of etrf'rs'bb will be sent them, with[ proper : change due u -they are EUOXY, and I[I nay' he in arrears to the Territory, ..sufficient to authorize a delay until
and
the same price r.ite.for the Rule first insertion.figure Ad- directions for them to obtain a i we received three subscribers this: !jSinro 'ho last Sessun of the Council, the subject could be laid before tho

YeriisiMuenN double will be tastefully displayed, practical knowledge of the cultivationof wer-k, who paid in advance-they presuming from the act directing :and Council ; that is, many of the notes

ncrordiu? lo the nature of them, and will silk,and an abundant supply of eggs are TOPAZ." 1 1Anecdote. authorizing; me to prosecute suits, or t j :.rc for small amounts, and the per-
matt+'rof this size type. the business an I 1 them have removed oas
be measured commencing on motions ag.iinst all such sons giving ,
Tn time of much :IS
a religious persons I
i is in-
iiisvrlrtf that not
When at intervals ( extensive scale another 'ear. From I not to be personally liable. The lots
from, the first to the } excitement and consequent I might be !found! in arrea-s to the Territory fare
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sertcd every Wt'I''o will be charged the eggs I will send them t for fivi- dol- I anti that it do bound for the arrearages, and it ..
last insertion) each insertion discussion, an honest old Dutch Timer : \ was my duty to
lh'f'rtigclnent.-Amou\1ts foradvriti lars; they obtain from 130,000 to i only} remains for the Council to show;
:i< .1 new m.iy of the Mohawk, was .tsked hip opinion I so. wroti to such 1 persons as would ';
<5in? payable always on demand. 500,000 eggs for the nextyearwhichwill as to which donomimtior ol! I be most likely} 10 be able to give the how thev r shall be made liable to sate 1,
UL)1 Liberal contracts \\ibe\ made withthose of course produce them as many information; essential that end and for that purpose. t
advertise the Christians were iu the rit'hl! w-y to j : to ,
who wish to by year.
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lIT Communications limited) to W.llascll worms. Though the white mulberry leaven ?? Vel den, [\.ti.> .1 hrj "PH i !have received but little satisfaction The former Commissioner of Fort

Hunt, r >sr Master, Pensacula, WIll! I is generally }pteicrred, it has been we ride our wheat to :ti FlII v. .v In)- ;: on :ins sn hJ pcr. Understanding that I St. Marks has: also turned over to mo

b 'dulv. attended to. found that the black mulberry answers say dis is do pest ro.:!, some say d.it | uif Siici.tr uf J';cl son County had sundry notes and demands against in-
-- -- _:- equally well for feeding the-worms.- ,- u. !ulariy collected the taxes of that 1 dividual for the rents due, most ort }
-- -- it* do posr ; I hut I 'I I.ill : :nllIt mrikes ,
.f.G 1"11:rJ!$Ll'T'J" A.%:. Letters should ht directed 1iiiifl ;diale- much til '}"euce wnich roHv l uk.! l : CoiJ.itytad,(" : ;ii> HO document irinaintd t which are in snit, and none of which

--=--. --=-=:-::- ::--==-=---====:- ly to me in Baltimore, postage paid, for when we cf>r d".n ,lh\" never .ssk on ;tile iu the Secretary's office, to have been collected, amounting in aUto
and he of the writer j tho of fourteen hundred and ,
Mating ; object 'us vich wav we comeallod ii is nor-' shew tic amount due by that officer, stun
whether sue eggs required are for the of deir business V -if our \vheai} Lv 1 vein to tiic: Cl. rk's Office of that ninety dollars and eighty cents. By 1

I purpose} of entering into the cultivation good. County, ;u'.id aJiei! examining the duplicate the cxisiiug law, the Collectors are

of silk, or merely to obtain a From/ Ike HJmnn{ Telegraph.Unpleasant CM tile, waited on tilt ailing not allowed any discount for any delinquencies

practical knowledge of it. A.[fair.-A c.ircu instance Sheriff aw! demanded: ol' him a Mulenieait in overcharges.; This has
Gideon B. Smith. I occasioned i some difficulty in the few
hris i lately occurred on the of ills accounts ; he declined r

l [We had the pleasure to see the Chnttahoochy, which not timely ic- i coining to any MJttio.aent, allcdging surCu.entstvhch I have had to make.It .

I t Ild+? worms, from which these eggs,: were I cone Jeu, nuy increa: due fordsil- I that lime Slsei! mil of Jackson County is also submitted to the Council,

procured, in full operation[ last spring, : ready existing between the \1 Il's; i had! dem.iiids against the Territory \vhuher a small sum ought not to be

&nonecould be more heathful & VI- i and Indians!: on oar frontiers. An Indian for as nit: cti or more than he was in- set ,.I Part for the exclusive purpose ot
From the Ilmifsiille Aileocalc.
gorous. An opportunity to procure the I being seen, tinder suspicious circumstances iobted.i I stated to that officer, that meeting contingencies, to be applied t
SILKThis of the most
is one
Valuihh* 'lgri"uhurall'roductiollS> and very best stock is here presented, and on the [plantation of one from my understanding of the law, by the Governor. Sundry claims f

the readers of the American F inner of our citizens, was ordered ,o stop, and tho rules necessarily observed in presumed to be equitable have been
ihe raisiiiL' of the worms and preparing have seen enough] to be satisfied that I I by a white lad and negro, who were the treasury, that no account could presented, but there being no law to ;1
of
the raw silk for market, one I
of Mr. Smith's 'directions'will be minute I together, and had cncli a loaded ;gun. be paid, nor any credit allowed until authorize their adjustment I couldnot X
the most profitable employments
and l practical. We are much Instead of stopping, the Indian attempted the account had been regularly audited notice them. By the act transferring -

women,\boys knowledge and)girls.Vithollt on the subject any of fied to see that the ob grati-j.t to run ; when they both unfortunately and registered in my oifice. And the debts of the several Countiesto

practical JMulberry-irees for feeding the I several years, which he was prompt- I } fired, and wounded him t i, 1 wonSd here remark, that I have the Territory, a considerable portion :N

worms rising, it has occurred to us that the ed by curiosity, and for amusement, I in two }places-from which he shortly thought these rules indispensible} to of those claims are such as are ? ,snot
be turned to such useful tui! Indians the distribution enumerated in the act ascertaining |?
would be successful are to an ac- after expired. His friends, duo auJ equal} ofjl.s-!
following plan ,
for count.-American I armcr.] who have no idea of the tardy lice to the many persons heldinu : the fees of the several officers, itI
and this is a good reason makingthe
J experiment. Lay oil a }piece of operations of our courts ; among claims against the Territory, for, I \viil therefore be necessary to provideby
feet from the East Florida Herald. whom conviction, sentence and execution should the Collectors be authorizedto 1 hw for their final payment.
land into six
poor rows, apart ; We publish this week, an article Accounts in detail are herewith re-
and ,
the trenches feet wide andone I I follow[ in rapid succession, lake up the debts of Territory,
two
open foot of the on "Indigo in Central America," It) !!i often in the same hour that the offence .. mere would be imicti difficulty in having po ted, all of which is most r'especti }
deep, plant cuttings which we refer our readeis. I It is I ally i submitted.
satisfaci
from 1'2 16 inches ,: is committed, dennnd any particular mode pursued in
JMulberry to long, :
which is found where well known that the Florida Indigo was j i; tion for the outrage, threatening to the authentication, as each officer DAVIS FLOYD,
( every gro\v ngpnntJl1PollsIy
: a most valuable art,('10 of commerce Ttrritorial Treasurer.
nt the distance of one wreak their vengeance, if the offenders would be authorized to }put his own -
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loot apart, and fill up the ttenches.Thc I by the British} ; and that its culture was I i aie not 'tit'cm! up, on the (first person construction on the law ; again it Mr. Dell offered the following resolution:

\ will rradilv t-ke root, and ifkept I only abandoned consequence of the they t't in iheir power. It is XVUUM :ullbrd an opportunity of speculating "licsoh-eJj That a Committee otthree
re-cession to the Spanish.We said the offenders: have lied. those delis confined alone be appointed to enquire into
clean of \\fcds will luxuriously upon
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find the ; )in Williams'"View 0
and the ofa following to the Collectors ; my construction the present situation of the inhabl-

young nur.er pteseul}'. The appearance second year 1 of West Florida," l p. G6. Florid. .i Ldiil-latuiT.. i. has: be.n that no discretionary pow- mis of this Territory, in relation to

they will be suitable for feeding, and "Indigo," (Indigofera, sp.)\howc- ,riclllJ- -, Dec" ,- 141 It, 1&27. Oib.: were designed 10 he giveii, otliervo the Indian Tribes within the same,

the leaves and younj!; branches will ver, was most extensively cultivatedby Davis Flo>tI, Ten ItOI iat Treasurcrm, \ } the person inn ted with tha l lI' it md the probable causes thathave influenced w

be within reich; <>tf the children employed the English, as: an article of expor a n-;poll of tin state of the Trcasim power niiiiht do maU lc t injustice in 1 said tribes not to remove out i'
tation. Caracas, alone, was able to nhicfi w.ts read ; and un motion of 11-0 laid
of the which
for them. By fre- ; I' the payment ; and lavornes alone country: ; was on
gathering rival Florida, in this article forty Speight, sai,t r"j".>rr was referred to the y
; obtain to the the table till: ; Monday week.
the mignt payment prcclusion
will
qiu-nt ciopping they assume ; committee tau finance, and t 200 printed copies -
appaannceof a hedge, and being so : thousand pounds sterling, in one year, ordered for the: u>c nt this house.Treasurer's I of thc (/};lest and most rq.ii i j';obi,: Mr. Webb from the Select Committee,to % k
has been paid in London for Florida I whom was: referred the Governor' Mes- r
claims. gave notice to th(.: Sheriff
will Report- ,
clog beyond
they never get Indigo ; yet at this time not a pound I sage, made he follow;- report :
The of this .- JI Treasurer of Jv.Cii.SGii and his se :.anues, that
ch. Ter
plan
rc advantages raised iu the Territory, for sale ; a The Undersigned ::ol I "The Committee to whom was referred -
that more food) for the worms can the acten'iiled "an pursuant to law I should motion of his
are, few planters: cultivate it for the use -pursuant to i the Messnge Excellency,
lie raised from the ofgroundstlrm constilnto the ulTice of Territorial against t }him for the amount ascertained :: the
same space of their families ; yet it i ia raised with act to the Governor, ask ]leave to report
by planting the trees in i less trouble than other and Treasurer," makes the following to be due for the years 1525: and following resolutions :
usual and the }leaves and any crop ; the 182(;. The motion was made in the
the nay, ten female slave can manufacture it. Report ot ,the State of Treasury. Resolved That so much of said
any
der branches ran be more easily ga- This plant, also, is a native of Florida Ainouut in the Trea- Superior Court of that County, and Message as relates to the lands 'reserved ,

tlu'redho whole being in reach of a ; its natural soil is the Pine Horrent. sury as per my l 1-st report (finally decided against my authorityto by an act of Congress for the

person standing on the ground. ...----.. =:: :.:::::._- ---- ---... to the Legislative prosecute it to judgment, a copy of establishment of a Seminary of learn ,.

Aiiaf/ur IW/y-Gather the seed, 1iISCELLANY.Uninlrlligiblc I Council, 312 00 which jlJdgcm lIt is herewith reported, ing, and for the use of schools, be referred .

and in the month of February sow ----- .-. -- -- ------. -- ..-.. -- -- --- -- Amount paid into the a similar motion was afterwards made t to a Select+ Committee, with

them in drills, two fret apart. By the Writing.-In a case, Treasury since last report by the Acting District Attorney for directions to report by bill, resolution

first of May ((010 perhaps earlier) they tried at JMon.mouth, before Mr. Baron 423 16 the Western District, and finally decided or otherwise.

will be ]large enough to feed, when Garrow, that learned Judge took occasion f that the Sheriff had a legal: Resolved, That so much of the

you can thin out the young plants, to remark upon the obscurity 705 16 right to offset that debt, by any just same as relates to the revision of the

which may be continued until they i of the hand-writing of the Mayor of Amount paid out of the account that he might have against laws, be referred to tho judiciary

stand at the proper distance. The ,, Bristol, who, he said, had signed his Treasury for sundry the Territory ; and byshewinbrclatrns Committee.

leaves of this young! growth, will be I name, in a very fine clerk like hand; debts as per vouchers, 683 81 to a greater amount than the debt doe Resolved, Tint so much of the

huge, tender, and nutritious, und probably and with a great number of flourishes, Amount ofmy commis- by him to the Territory, judgmentwas same as relates to the publication of

pr<'ftrallein the early stages of!I but in a way that was quite unintelligible sions on the amount, entered for the defendant. I the laws, he referred to the committee

Ititiing! io the Itan'of larger trees. I to those who did not previously say 8683 81A.. cents, at would beg leave further to remark, on printing.

In this climate the season: for feed-. know what his name was. This, ths 5 per com 31 19 that there appears much equity in allowing Resvlncd, That 30 much of the

ing hti worms is from the middle of learned Judge observed, was by no the keepers of the different same as relates to the It subject of taxation -

April; to tl;:. middle of June, when the means a singular instance ; for a respected 718 OOi prisons, should they be the Collectors be referred to the committee

crop :; made, .uid only requires( winding friend of his, in the city of Balance remaining in to retain, to a limited amount, or on finance. '

to be ready for market. London, would sign his name on the the Trca lIry, Deccm- such sum as they may have"to advance Resolved, That so much of the

The right! profits{ are variously esti- outside of letters, in such a way as to ber 13th, 1827, 47 152 for the keeping and maintainance same as relates to the penal laws of

mo; tl: 'Voir, $300: to $1,000 per acre. defy the skill of every man in the -- of prisoners ; should the Coun- the country, be referred to the committee

Tie fixtures rind machinery are very Court, even if assisted by the greater 763 16 cil think so, it might be done without on the judiciary.

simple, but they will cost something, segacity of the other sex, in'finding Amount received of encountering any of the evils and difficulties Resolved, That so much of the

and
skill, and con.slaui attention. j be meant for. The Post-office, indeed the City of Tallahassee the decision, above named, I }presume register of births of free male'children }

\\'illllot some of our citizens makean knew that a certain number of since last must of the Collectors have declined be reigned select commit
my report to a ;
experiment ? The women and straight strokes, up and down meant $5855 01 making payment in any other way tee, to report I by bill or otherwise..' '

children might almost as"well be idle W. Curtis ; but, probably, that was Amount paid upon theGovernor's than demands against the Territory. Resolved, That so much of .the-
as to grow cotton. not because they could read the sig- I might however, in justice to the former relates the
draft, including same as to taking census,
nature, but because nothing else at all the Commissions Sheriff ol Leon County remark, be referred to the committee 6a finance. .'
From the American Farmer. like it ever came there. that no reason of the above kind operates .
of the Commissioner .
SilkVorm Kggs. Many newspaper; correspondents, as well as in his case, as I for some time
others, should uute the re-murks of Baron Gar. of Tallahassee$5 82 Resolved That so much of the 1
J. S. SKI.NNCU, Esq.I row, and endeavor to improve their hand wri- Amount of my com- past have had in my hands, money of same as relates lo the removal of the
have ofsilk ting. We often receive his sufficient the demand of '
a quantity worm eggs communications that to meet Indian
would\ mission on the amount I be referred to a select committee -
;
of the puzzle a Philadelphia Lawyer to
best
Italian the
Stock which I am Territory against him for'the remaining -
translate. disbursed resolution of
] say $5997 to report by .
I
desirous of disposing of to the 1826. Tho only county -
personsin 82 cents, at 5 per cent, 299 89 year I otherwise '
the country who wish to make' Different so far as I have understood, that i of'th&i
ways of expressing Hit Amount of my commissions |i Resolved, That so much
themselves practically) has uniformly failed to for
acquainted same idea.-Pray excuse me, (said a on the a- provide i same as relates to graduating: the
M-iiJj the cultivation of silk thither for young gentleman at a theatre to his mount of notes turned the levying and collecting any tax at price of public lands, be referred t&a
the
satisfaction of a l:1udah'lc curiosity intended,) I wish: to go tip stairs and over to me by the all is the County of St. Johns and select committee to report by resblu- W

or for the 1 purpose} of introducing take some refreshments. Do not, I Commissioner of Tallahassee }- the order made by them, at the Court t tio: or otherwise. *;

Jt in'o their agricultural! jxjrsuits. I entreat you, leave your scat in my say $403436cents when they ought regularly to have i Resolved, That so much of the A
propose) dividing them into small absence. A sailor in proceeded to levy the tax, is here- '
that i parrels the next box at 2 J per cent, 100 85 same as relates to election districts;
a general 1 knowledge of this bound for the same port, thus addressed --- with submitted The able message be refereed the'committeo 0'0'ete ? *j|

nitm'M.ng subject m.iy be dTsseminatffl his deareef Harkee, Moll I'm $6398 56 so lately laid before the Council by lions. :": **'' 39

1MU5!', directions;and lo uconpiuy} (:.:.11 parcel going aloft to wet my whistle ; don't Balance due the Trea: ; the Governor of tho Territory, su- Resolved, That so much of ;\the 'M

I for the management of fall overboard while I'm gone.." surer, 13th Dec, 1827 $54f 55 i Ipcrsedes tit. : necessity> $f ijaany re- same as relates to the collection! M

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: )reservation of arms, be' referred to "The loss of the Allies has been near thfe fire ship that it might have TiJ. :"lay, DlC. 18f/l. f ipriatiou t. improve the inland uavigatio'u. .
1 That the the United : the St. unit St.John's .
nesolaJ, i resident of between Mary river the
the committee on the militia. great, among the English slain, are sunk it, if it would no have been endangering '
Sutes ta requested to lay bo Jon- the in Florida ; and furthPr. to inquireinto
Resolcctl, That so much of the Captain Walter Bathurst, of his Ma- I the Engbh boat ; the Senate any information obtained front the the expediency of opening a communication -

same as relates to the sale of lots in jesty's ship Genoa ; Lieut, Fitzroy ; Dartmouth then opened a fire. of mus- British Government with regard to the ctablishmtMit *- from the latter to the Dead of the

the city of Tallahassee! and the addi Mr. Smith, the Master of the Asia, !ketry at the fire shipin order to coyer ; of light hnuseight!: vessels, North river, aboe St. Augustine.Thursday. ,

tional lands granted to the city, be referred and many other gallant officers and i its boats. Almostat the same minute buoys, and other improvements to the navi- Dec. 20th. ,
g.itiou, within their jurisdiction, opposite Mr. Harbour, moved the H.nue to consider -
to the committee oafiniace. men ; making a total loss in the British the Syrene wa< yard-arm and the Coast of Florida, or so much thereof the following resolution, which wa:<

. Resolved, That so much of the, Squadron of-20 officers, 21 petty yard-arm with the gyptian double us may be communicated without injury to agreed to. -

, same as relates to the controverted officers& 218 men killed and wound., banked frigate. Th Esnina, ,'Admiral the public interest. Resolved, That the Committee of Way-R

p points of boundary between the State ed. The Asia had her mizen mast: De Rigny, haiiec it with a speaking Wednesday, Dec. Wilt. an i Means be instructed to inquire into tileexpedi..ncyof p'
for tllrt
providing by law.
of Georgia and the United States relative shot away, and her mainmast severely trumpet, sayjajg that if it did not Mr.The Johnson Resolution, of Ky.kiibinittpu, relative to yesterday Light IIou-by sale of that portion of the Stock of the KauL.of ,

I to the Florida line, be referred injured. The French_ and Russian fire be would nor/ire at it ; at the es. Light Vessels. &.C., on the coast of Florida the United Slates which is held by the.

to a select committee, to report by Fleets took \ery" active part. The same instant two cannon shots were was considered and Hgrced to. Government of the United States and the

resolution or otherwise ; which resolutions French Admiral De Rigny, signalized fired from one of the vessels whichwc.'e Thursday, Dec. 20/// payment application of the of the Public proceeds Debt.ttieieof to the
Report
r. were Adopted. himself an act chivalrous gallantry : astern of the Syr ne, on board) '! The from PRESIDENT the(Seci clary communicated of the Treasury a [After much discussion, f.ir which we

Thursday, Dec. Ot". ; not having been able to get his own of which a man was killed ; the other the resolution of the Senate, requiring I have not room, thc above rciohuion.*

Mr. Wyatt oflerred a resolntronTPqueslin finu! Sit}) .satisfactorily: into action, appeared to be directed against the I statrment of the amount of duties collected rejectedjon: the 21st.-Yeas 9-Nays 17.).J

. i an amendment of the. changed his rl.ur to a frigate, on whichhe Dartmouth.; The bittle now began.It in the Territory of Florida which, on motion -i Friday, !)ec. 2J.it.
On motion of :Mr. WHITE the
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en roneii .
Mr
of Eaton, was ordered to bcprinted.
organic- Law, so as to transfer Territorial most gallantly rushed upon the enemy is to be observed tint almost at hill, to secure to certain inhabitants of the

!business, from ihe Marslnls and I but his loss was very great, exceeding the SHIHB( time that this was passing House of liepresentatives. Territory of Florida the right of votinir! at

U S. Attorneys'to such Officers as /I one hundred. ., at the entrance, Admiral Codringtou Friday, Dec. J 4th.I I elections, and to change the time of hol.iiugthe .

' tho Governor Council m" y appoint. It is said, th,it llie Turkish crews, sent a boat towards the vessel bearing I On motion of Mr WHITE, of Plot ida, it I Legislative Council therein, wa ft'- .
wa: Ifaolced. That the Committee on Commerre I committed to the Committee on the Terri
: ACTS,-lo incorporate the City of J in many inst.mcrs, exhibited great tho Admiral's lag, and that tbe English I he instructed! to inquire into the expediency I tories.

4' 1 St. Augustine; in establish a Ferry :desperation, jumping overboard rather i, : pilot was killed hy a musket shot, (erecting a Light House at the '- -, --_.

'. across the App t11chi01a river, at or : than surrender |I on board the boat with a fl.ig of truce. I mouth of St. John's River; and at or near 1P W :tf A lt
1 The became : St. Marks: in the Territory of Florida.
battle
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soon general
Nov.
near the Town of Aspliga: ; to incorporate t London, 15. ; -------- --- ---

I 't"f the Webbvillo Academy ; I Despatch were yesterday received 'the Russian vessels had to support the I. On motion of Mr.Monday Dray ton, ,Dec it was 17th.72fsolrcd FRIDAY, JANUARY, limb, 1 2 .

10 constitute nejv Counties out of the at the Admiralty annoitndnfja, ) brl-: I I 5ro of the forts, which only began to That the Committee on Military Affairs Vcri Sans Pcur.f .

County of J Jefferson &c. ; relative to mat victory obtained on the 20th October I fro upon the fifth vessel, which was be instructed to inquire into the ecpe- ,.-
I the erection of Mills and Mill-dams in the port of N-ivarino by the I llo TriJent. At 5 o'clock in the uftcuiooj dicncy of increasing the pay of the Sgeons The' JftalhtJf we might judge fro'n 'T

&c. ; and t(> provide for laying off English, French and Russian squadrons II I :; the first line of the Turks was ihe and United A'ii-ta.ut States Surgeons, according of the to Armyof the the lion,weather this is and not Winter.the appearanccof Roses have ve beenin tla-.

t, the -N. E. quarter section 36, township over the combined Turkish and desroved-the__ships of tire line and length of time that they may have been in full bloom here during the whole of December "

:1 i range 1, _N. & W. &c. were ; Epvutian fleets. cut Jown frigates sunk burned-; the service. -the trees are all budding, and the
I t i PASSED. J.'rMayUcc.2lst. I "The battle was fought at anchor, reminder: ran upon the co st, where On motion of Mr. Gorky, it was R .'o/t'- weather is uncomfortably warm for winterclothing .
de j the ('!.etniliemsolves tire crf, That the Committee on Uoads and Canals Within the last ten days thn
t ACTS,-to establish a Ferry over and was necessarily bloody and set to them.Oi be iiistnifteJ to inquire into the expediency thermometer has been as high m j.j.Ve-
the river Appalnchicoli ; and to repeal -". structive. Tire numerical superior j Uiis fiB lJ1i.Llolc! armament, there of making provision by law for ti.e had no severe Irost until the night of the

: the law regulating the proceedings of the force was immense, but the result remain itloat only about 20 corvettes consrrn tion of a National Road from 28th ult., and since the 1st inst., there ha*

in constructing or repairing par- has been; wear proud to say. and brig, and even these are aban:: Washington City to New Orleans, Hnd tnat been no iippeaiance} of cold. On tin 1st ot* .
t tition fences P A.SSED. I,the destruction of the whole Turkish doned.Thus. the several reports heretofore rommunicatH January, a large watermelonvli.cii iud
were
; hi
> toJitU House ou the subject by the Secretary gz oWn an open tieM, without any protection -
Saturday. Dec. 22/ir/. force. his; been fulfilled the tlnettthr of War, be rclerred to said Committee from the weather, ura oaion iu'tm.s.Maj. ,
Mr. H ill offered a resolution, requesting The following is a Synops-is: of the >id out to IbrJiim: tint if a cannon City _.j-

; 4 the Delegate in Congress to forces. I was fi, ed upon 'he Allied flags, the On motion of (WHITE, Florida it --..- ,

I demonstrate to ih-U body] the importance Line. 'Friffls! Cor. S1't Total face .>f the wiioe fleet would be attake. ,was Jtesofved, Tnat the Committee on Post find Legislative Council.-Our readers will :-|.
Offices and Post Roads he instructed to inquire in UUIculmuus, this week, the repot c "%
\ I of Light House the river E. 3. 4. 0 4. 11. I ; ot D. FLOYD Treasurer
a on I into the expediency of establishing} a Esq., of Florid;.. ,"
t St. Johns and to endeavor to obtain F. 3. 2. 0 2 7. From lie Baltimore Gazelle. Post Route from Tallahassee to St. -Marksin and the resolutions! on the Ac.ii.g Govern jt
c an appropriation for that purpose ; [ R 4. 4. 0 0 8. Tlir ):1P': 'or of 'lvarill I lies at the F-Jorida. or's Message, promised i in our last ; together ;;
i sotr.li- of ofa Dec. IS/A. with a uri abstract of the ,fj
tvhich laid the table. 'st corner Alorea. It is Tuesday, proceedings ,+
was on I ; ; Mr. Strong, 'from the Committee on the up to Hoth ult being the latest we find iu "
r'imitih firm island}
allies I .vth; an across
10 10 0 6 26 I
An act respecting Estrays, was Territories, reported a bill to secure to certain :he Advocate of the Uth. In addition to -'
PASSED. I T. 3 19 26 10 6G i j i tliy mtjiiih of ii. The entrance is by inhabitants of Ihe Territory Florida, i which we have received a copy ofa rcsol-i-

;t J1llrla.1Dec.. 24th. Four of the Frigates; were in fact j;; the sourii i.id of the Mand I, whore j jj lie right of voting at elections, and to alter I tion, introduced by .M'j. Webb, requesting

i 1Ir.Vyatt offered resolutions re- sixty for' gun ships ; and there were j;I I IK- pi.sss.ie i r-? 600 yards wide ; the j the time of holding the) Legislative CounciltIH'tI.in'j our exertions Delegate in Congiess "to use all pro-
which read twice. per to procuie the jasaeof It.
was
40 mooted behind t'ie' line: non l ei.ira tee is no shallow fur largo
questinn' the Delegateto rndeavor to transports : j The following is a copy of the till : Law authol it.ing the kale of toe lands)", reserved '
Court of batllu. One Turkish line of battle I| vessels. Tho island\ is two miles in this
for
established Territory the tahlisllI
have a Admiralty A !bill to secure to certain innabitants in j E'!> -
1 fit Key West ;-to prevent the annul- ship burnt, two driven on shore '! long, and u quarter of a mile broad. the Torritcry of Florida, the right of voting I 1 I ment of a Seminary oi learning, and fur the g
wrecks double sunk j The basin is six uiles: in circumferonce. at elections raid to alter the time of holding j u>e schools'';" which ve understand wa.;.
law
of one frigate
Jing by Congress a imposing a one ,
The of ISavarin is the the Legislative Council therein. I adopted. We will insert it entire in OU1- -
'
,
tax upon Auction sales, ifsuch an one on ;hore a wreck., two burn; liftem I j'frig.Jtos port ,
fit it curried by lite Senate and House
should be enacted ; and to ohtiiin burnt and sunk, one on shore I;I'|[ 'ancient harbor of Pvlus. In the 7th Represef.'ariresiifilie United Stales of4in 0'1 next.We are informed by a preamble to one :

from that body an appropriation sufficient musts stnndinz- fire- hjl1s dostrov-1( year of the Peloponnesian war, Dej ',rica, in Congress assembled, That the of tne resolution introduced by .Mr. \V'att-
to erect jails at Key West and e land three transports : of* the sixty j I in istiiones, the Atlw I'Ul; gOii-j.al), dent inhabitants of the Territory of l'csi.1 on the J4th nit., that a taw imposing; A tax
da who were in said Territory on the 17th upon auction sales "was .innuSed! !by Congress -
iseized ,
: and fortified l Pvlus. A ;
. Appalacliicola; which' were laid on six voasols; of War only eight aro left!1 Sparitan day of June 1821, when Florida was sur- J! in 1S27, after yielding to the Territory -
the table. aflo'it: .-The most 'l perfect Vi-ctery I I artnv! immcdiatelv hpsicged:i lii.n tendered to the United States, .shatl have fI j l' a re venue of twenty-odd thousand dollars. -
AC1'8-to exempt certain property ever achieved. I!I there, and part of tlif'm! p.tsud-over: to the privilege: of voting at any election for p.ftlrmber I ." And we onserve. by the report of

from execution and attachment ; to A'1 flairs: have been broutht to this rrisis; ; ?iie i L.nlllH'n t calI'.-d SfJld1t.; .1 i hi, for I. 01 Members of the"I.p islittive i: the Treasurer, that 47 dollars, loj cents,
the I Council, Delegate to Congress, or other only, remain in the Treasury \Vnat has
of }
. amend an act to incorporate Talla- ''iv :hn oar! faith and cruelly ot" f'.Jia-i: ,I purpose completely Blockading { ollic-r ill said territory, in the sune any manner '. become of the "twenty-odd thousand dolj !-
liassee ; and to amend an act divjd- him I'aclia, who, find in jj ih-u I he wo..Id j'j liitn, wiii);(! the 'fis-et v/alched the en- |'as citizens of the United States are, or j I lais lIt'e fancy the "odd thou anJ" on-

jng the Territorv into thirteen districts not be allowed to commit naval hostilities j tranrcs of :diet|! irbor. An Aihenian shall be, authorized to vote at such election, j I[ ly went into the Treasury, ard think an ar-

&c. were PASSEL). resolved: in defiance of iluur- f.ertl, }L;t.: entering! the harbor: by and that so much of any act of the said Legislative I count current, exhibiting exactly in what

t ::...- --....J...,-'.-......."": __-:- nistice, and in brooch of nis (Jltannprom"l's both jiiHi.li ;. attacked:: the Spartanil.t.t Council of this as section is inconsistent is : with the''I would manner be the curious reminder document:Ias been! expended: ,.
provisions! hereby I
; to wreik his !1.\ J1& j \viiiin, and destroyed the I ''1
FOREIGN" vengeance on proved and nnnnlled. disap-I'II I
the whole Greek popul inon ; *tnd '.* :if! ill 1 ()t I'J'I J(? :Spartans; ; on the I i I ialiid lie farther enacted, That the I A General Court Martial has recently ,:if..tr

l'Tom/he Ncic York Mtr.Highly 4th'cs1ir. :his savage determination: he ws car- 'I I3'1IIZ cut oiTfr-jin all assistance, sion: of the said Legislative Council shall !I. been Jit'ld at 4'antonment Bruuke. T tupa _'''1Jt:
; 1 !s'lrrfHiJi-rt'tl at dst; )"( \i)11 to alte Athe-! commence on the third Monday of October j!! Bay, composed of the following Omcers. /
rving into effect buniinj hous-'S J: j
.
by :!: : FooterJjh Inf.
I : Prei/fe/if.
Important. next. instead of December, and in I ,
I
naq: ,. Tiui late battle was fouv'ui on ( every 1 ;1t
7ToTAL destroying agriculture and tiers, .1 fltl ] 1 I I succeeding year on that lay, and all) muck! Mtmbtrs.-C.ipt Mcintosh, 4th Inf. : ,
,, DCSTRl'CTIO.V OF THE Tf.7RK- even hwss'acreing women and ckii- j I \tir Anuivers-try: o I the goat; battle of j I of any act ns is contruiy to the provisions m j! Capt. Clark, 6th Inf. ; Capt. Yan4: }'. 4th ?
xII: AND EOVI'TIVN FlL'DT, IKTilK'HARBOUR dren. :'! 'SiIaniH; >;, \\ herein the Csiecksdefeatedthe m of this section is hereby repealed. |:I Inf. ; Capt. Lear, 4th Inf. ; Lt.John Page,

OF AV.tIUNO,1y! lliC Allied French Official Accounf. I Persi-'M fi.et on the 20th of Oc Mr. Strong, in moving tlu' third reading, i 4th Inf. ; -
.FicetTurkey.The tolHr: -lS0 I B.C. : said he wished the bill to go to a third Lt. Timothy Paige &!pernuncrarq.
2300years
Paris, Nor. 8._We have preivcd ; ago.Mayve reading. That it had passed the House ut Ast. Surgeon .Mdcomu Special JudgeAdvocate.
Turro Egyptian: the f.llowing news (rom our indulge the hopp that this battle is the last cession, but it was at a time so near .
Tleet is annihilated !-The first blow squa- an omen of equally happy and glorious the close of the session, that the Senate had -.- .
p Iron in the dated October
hns: been given to the Ottoman Archipelago, ( deliver inre tor Gr&"reafet' f not time-to act upon it. lie would now List of Acts pissed by the l..t.gillti'e Counrqf .
power 22.On make a single observation.The Florida, at Ifte present sur"hn.
and it will surely be followed bv the 20th, at noon: the \vind belug .. .. of the Allied i Ambassadors. first provision of the bill allows to 1. To amend an act to provide for the

others more severe and more fatal. favorable, signals! were made toP1t'Pmr the Spanish inhabitants who resided in the appointment of auctioneers and to dcfiuu[ *
On the 20th of-Octo&cr"Sir Edward The Teiritory at the-time of its transfer to the their (h ties.
Inter
for action to.jk following from Havre
; every one ;, United; States, the right of voting at clec- 2. Respecting the lands belonging to the-
Codrington, having learned that Ibra- 1m post, the En lkh Admiral's ship, received at Now York, conveys information | tions. The reason for this legislative pro heirs of John Tanner deceased.
I
him Pacha had landed -the troops the Asia leading, followed by the highly gratifying to every vision is thk A year 0r two since, the 3. Antheming Executive to appoint 4

composing the expedition; hi violation Albion and the Genoa ; the Svreiio friend of hum a IIi tv. Legislative Council ot Florida, no doubt in n Clerk.

. of the armistice, and was dealing destruction frigate bearing the flug of Admiral doUi'jiiy "iIWCroewher 1 C, 1827. .the exercise of what they deemed their I legitimate i i criminal 4. To provide for changing the Venue iu
POers, as. well as their duty, enacted j cases.
1
: around amongst the Greeksof ![ the Scipio, the Trident and "rFho pajiersgi'.e! you an accountof t that rocs' inhabitants should not vote. ;' f. Te Incorporate tie! City of St. Angus-
the Morca, vice-admiral, with the Breslau ; thfi the Russian Admiral rIM .dTlir of Navarin, which I think I Sincethat time they have therefore stood tine.
I
b .tba'combined squadrons, (the French: i Count Ileiden, followed by will lead to much more than sumo of E I deprived of the right. The question to be j I G. To establish a Ferry across the Ap-

and 'Russian admirals having placed I three ships of the line &, four tiigates. the parties themselves expected orcan considered is, w'hether they who were trans- palachicola river, at or near the town ot"
I fem to the United States shall be aLlowed j :\spd.laga.
,
themselves under his orders stood in -
) have
I The Turks had formed any wish for.
a crescent the privilege of voting. The House, nt j j 7. To incorporate the Webbvillc Acade-
lor Navarino, and found the Turkish j jon I' the con'our of the bay in a triple \Vc learn ii) day from Paris: : that j the last SCSMOII, thought that they should I my.

and Egyptian fleet lying there being: line, making a total of three ships of the ambassadors at Constantinople and acted upon that opinion by passing I To constitute new Counties out of the

; ;i, moored in a crescen*, and apparently; the line, a razee, sixteen frigates, have got off in a French frigate. It L the bill. The Senate, however, did not act -County. Jefferson, and for other purposes. -

ready fur action. Haviugr pushed the I I I twenty-seven large corvettes and as is highly probable that the Janissarieswill ; upon The the second bill, for provision want of changes time. the time 9. Relative to the erection of Mills and

. batteries, Sir Ed. ConnVigton de. I many brigs. now regain their power and despatch of the meeting of the Legislative Council Mill-dams, and prescribing the duty of Mil

spatched the Dartmouth: abend, fort I The principal force was assembled the Sultan. In !fact we have from the month of December, in which it lers.
:
J() T_ ___.:_'_ 1'__ .1__ ,_ _.! _. .-
t the purpose 01 sending a communication towards the right, on emerino and every reason'to expect grout; events. I. now nsseraiMes! to tile IUOIHH ni vcioi tr. I j' 'IoU..1 U pllnltn: lur tuc 'RYlng on Hie !
:
Ibrahim : He hoped that, from this brief statement.of E. quarter ofse-'tion 36, Township 1, .
the!
to or Turkish Admiral range '
composed of four large frigates, two This country is all alive with the I I the facts, the House would he induced to 1, N. and W., and for other purposes.
warning him alUm consequences ships of the line, a 'large frigate, a elections] that are going on. The.|I accede to his motion, that the bill be -engrossed 11. 'roestablisha Ferry over the river'c'i-it

of his proceedings, by bringing ship of-tho line, three frigates of various I Ministers will have a 'majority, but I i:. for a third reading. Appalachicola. :.t
down hitrnhe of the I I The bill wa then ordered to bo 12- To repeal the law regtilatimthepro.ceedings .
f
upon vengeance sizes, finishing the line, and not such a one as they had. You see engrossed ; ;

allied squadrons. Tne I Dartmouth's strengthened in the second line by they have all along been kept in check. and. WicklirTe read a third, from time the tomorrowMr. Committee on tion feuceg.in constructing or repairing parti

boat carrying this communication, was corvettes and brigs Prc11IIhe Journal des Debats. the Judiciary, made the following report 13. An act respecting Estrays.

fired upon, and we regret to add, that Six fire ships were placed at the Anconcti Nov. .Letters from which was ordered te be laid on the table, 14. To amend an act dividing the TerrU

0 it Fitzroy, and the whole boat's crew extremities of the crescent, to be able Zante., of 25th October, state that and printed.By tory Florida into thirteen election dit..
the resolution this tricts, und providing for the election of
killed. This of House, passedon
the
\rere for Ibrahim
was
signal to fall the combined Pacha being informed '
upon squadrons, upon the llth inst. Judiciary was instruct 'Members the Legislative Council.
attack. The British admiral proudly if an engagement: should take place, of tbo! occurrences of the 20ih, (the ed to iuq'iire! whether any further provi- 15. To exempt certain property from execution '

led in the Asia, and placing"her between j and to the windward of which they naval defeat) fell back upon the Co- sions by law be neces 'lry to carry into ef and attachment in thi) Territory.lt .

I the'Turkish and Egytian admirals 1 were naturally placed. ion, and put to 'the -sword or torture f ct-the 9th article of the Treaty cencluded ). To Muiend'an act to incorporate the
tremendous fire I till the on the 22d Feb 1S1I, between Hi Ca- City TallahasseeA
opened a The Greek
upon j I Englishfrigate Dartmouth, prisoners, men, women
I tholic Majesty and the United States, and
the former. The Egyptian admiral ;I Capt. Feilowes! had been sent lo and children, that for fifteen months further to inquire into the propiiety of extending letter from JacksonvilleEast Florida

having, sent a message, Declaring that :: Navarino two days before, with a letter tie had had in his power. Accordingto II the provision; of the act of the 3d of dared Sth Dec. says-"Fruit. wa* ntvcr m>
' be would not fire a.gun, Mr. Mitchell, I I to Ibrahim from the three Admirals custom, the priests were either cru- I March 1823, so as to'embrace the losses occasioned abundant here. The Oranges raised in St.
Sir Ed. Codnngton's cified by the invasions of Florida in Augustine are by good judges,estimated at
interpreter, was I I ; but the letter had been sent or roasted by slow fires. The 131k two
311aj millions
sent on board, but he wjs basely shot, { back without answer under the details given in relation to these enormities 1814. They have performed that and there are nearly as many
piej duty, and are of the opinion that no further more on the St.Johns. They sell at 7 to
&the admiral Immediately fired on j! tence that the. Ibrahim was not pre- make us shudder, but every legislation is necessary to carry into effect 10 dollars per thou ar.d. I have sold several .
tho Egyptian admiral. The action i I thing indicates that the Inst hour of the 9th article of said treaty, and that it is boxes at 2 dollars per hundred, selectedto

became general on both sides, & continued sent.At 2 o'clock the Asia entered the this Egyptian tiger is come. inexpedient extend the provisions the send abroad as presents. A good crop:
act of the 3d of March 1823, so as to of Cuba! Tobacco has also been raiycd
witrr great fury for four hours and had The French and Russian em- thisr
port, passed the batteries at English, brace the losses occasioned by the i invasions season ; it is thought sumVfent toTupply the
when it terminated by the complete I i half post:2 ; it anchored alongside the standards floated on the 24th upon of Florida in 1812-and 1814. In this plttce with SC' i.rs. was here to>

destruction of the whole Turkish and I 1 Turkish Admiral, and was followedby the ramparts of Navarino. Modon, opinion the Committee derive great confi. attend his trial for Murder, but on accountof

I Egyptian fleet ("ousist ngCr 4 sail of the other'English ships. doubtless, is-now in tho possession ofthe dence from the reasoning contained in the the repealof the law, under which the

the line, 15 frigates, 15 corvettes, 9 Tho Syrene followed and triple Christianalliatice. report (made on the 10h March, 1826, No. crime was supposed to have been commit
at 25 112,) from the Committee ted. the
... on Foreign Af prosecuting Attorney entered a
brigs, 3 fire-ships: and numerous minutes past 2, Capt. Robert anchored fairs, to whom the subject, by order of the Nolle prosequi. Several smaller crimes met

transports, &c. The ships which had I at within pistol shot of the first frigate CONGR\llL.\ House, war referred s to which.report they exemplary punishment. The cultivation of ,
the of the attack i r- beg leave to refer. 'Iherefore Sugar cane: has been
escaped fury were of the Turkish line, at this moment very successful thi? r; '" .
'
1 run on shore by the Turks themselves I a boat belonging to the Dart- iN SENATE. Rejoiced,That the Committee on the Judiciary season, and a considerable quantity of excellent ,: : .it .
and Dec. be discharged from the further con sugar hag been manufactured ; numerous ,::: .f .
destroyed. mouth Friday, 14th, 1827. : :
came near one of the fire ships, Mr. Eaton submitted the siderajion of the said resolution, and that speci.nens; have been exhibited here, ,.; 0,',_Y .
:. This glorious achievement has not near which the frigate had cast anchor lution. lle.ol'JefThat the Secretary following of reo-the the'persons interested have leave to with. There is a general disposiiiop,. ajnong the >

been performed without a tremelidous a few minutes before, when a (, Treasury report to the Senate what amount draw their papers and vouchers. Planters, to discontinue the cultivation of

p. loss of human life. The Turkish musket shot from this fire ship killed of revenue from imports and tonnage has On motion of Mr. \WHIT, of Florida, it i and cotton Oranges., and turn The their latter attention tj; Sugar

Admiral had 650 men killed, and the the English officer who commandedthe been collected wkhin the Territory of Florida was Resolved, That the Committee on able cultivation iu the United is the States.most profit-On
JS of tho others in I since its cession, designating the a- Roads and Canals be instructed to inquire
was proportion boat. The acre has produced thousand in
I Syrcnc was then so a .dollar OU1
into the
II
each of
I 1 mount; Cdliecied at particular port exptdtepcv, mating an appro-jyer.

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l1iams' West Florida. i or ifTcunJsce f Vnd the demand we hare: The second premium, 11\ cents. j which may be relied on HB Subscriber lea just reWYe41"w ,
heard of since it was first mentioned ,i publishing them will
( nothing The third not olfer red. you Elizabeth, Forsyth, from Ne-Or
u -
abo nameil work, after many .
Tne e to our commerce.j .
has Several other loads that offerred a very lar c mMortmeDt of Groce-
*M <-<'ird delays in its transportation, at ThelVew York Journal Commerce, suggests j "\ eS cl\ drawing 12 (
]rlic,.i Itffn rermed and >, offered lot sale to the wisdom of Legislators '-.thatI for the Prize, were also sold from 10 : from the ftoitliward to He offers in audition to bit fonfle

in :.ii l ity We copy tIle Preface, for the they might, \try probably, cuie the evil in a 11 cents. I i bite, &c., may by these Champaigne:-
Wine in Baskets of 1
cQ
)
work ,
I
puip r ol p'mng forte idea ofthe 1, a \ery different way, by mortify ing the pas- [I the tedious and circuitous
*h:dl ne tiu.i many of our readers will sinn from which it springs, and turning the Liverpool. Aror.l7.-Tlie sales of Cotton the Twrtugas. each, warranted superior

r"lt',.n... ami exnminr for thpm..elvr! V\'c ridicule nf ion ton itself ag..in>.t it. Let from lie: 3d to the tUb inst., amounieu to ,;: "1 am, very respectful do. Brandy of 1820-

sine-"!} h tpe that the indefatigable ; t'iem' enact Jorinstance [without touching : lo,3lKJ bdZs, including 7680 Uplands' :5 to j j6j ;'i I "WILLIAM CurrantsPonchonc

thor in.iy icrcive such encouragement, in ; our piesent law against minder] that every ; -20, aL i ; 14:0 Orleans, 5j so 7$ ; 2700 ;:|i Directions for the X W Tea
of the of his labors>> already ; \lctllUUd, ototfi and ISO) Sea Isl.uidsJ I Prunevery, fresh
the -al< J'art ('man"ho sends, or accents, or bears a chul- : ; : Key ll'csl awl tIlt .
_ (JfLI rrr* tr the Public, as will induce him to lenge Ii, fig lt a duelnail be punishvd for j-.oiJ.llJJ: about :!.t) bags welt: t.ikui on j I i Bay of Mexico. $i"* ., ? .
:.i.! ,utfniinn of PI"J'ariug "R simp- fine and I spC.1LtiOI, and bOO fur export-urport j'Ihe j Almond
_ purs" his iiKsilrim'.mo': not as now by u2titti Dung the Light House Of ?
Jar MHisli.iv alni ;\I'n.ir of F.a.t Florida" ; but confinement in a !JatS. Medoc Claret of 1820
imprisonment ; by :: bear S. J-:., rUIIt.Y..,
_ "hu.'h. 'h'n }Pt1 >i..ifd: will 1 complete the L.idi'Wi-H along with all sorts of Yaga.I .public; sate was numerously aiiend- i;i between the Banks in Tuscaloosa Rye Whiskey

_ and! :\"." n'H itLt. so long uccil- I oiii!?; and compelled! to work on a tread Ied.. \(.(rly all the Am. was sold al n. "de you\uu the Bdr Cionhcii Butter -

td. The uhisperuli.il d't"H.C uf 'he .Author and mill 01 some other contrivancejof; the son, dine of j to in the loner and: 4 tithe betS I 1 dU1 ground approach with nine '. do. Cheese
Li ties* I.J ft.rm. 1:1 ll.c n's tm.innrr. ter from the piiCeot: ins jju'uiic Beef in
pei in 1:1'i,'" The very passage! of such a escnputl1s : tiier side of i i", and cross & bbls. for family use
..ti '(,4.n' '!j" ti: k !I.. ha' 1 una.ml'IIC"l law w ,.uld vet thy laughers again the vic', I .sale on the %2tl. J ater. Wliie: on the bit an additional supply or'ry Good
., ai f M) wpll' Knuwn IOOIH CitiJ't..usrt.tt for Extract of a teller from llzrreOr.. 15. (
and that would be a great point gained I on Kt'V.* ) it i is unnece-Siif'i. fcr us 'o sa111011'- in tIe cause of hnminhy. And there would During the ..all l) J pai t ,,( the I'a..t 'CJnI I I S. Abr.u? 8 miles from .ow for Cash.

' If.it tubjtft.Ve he.no rea>on tr> apprehend that it would not L night Cotton was in \LIY eootl ut-inaud, 1 l> the ,. E. site of J.
4 :
\ understand (that Mi tV'Hiam? i* noetigajred be executed ; for we are very sure that a L but within the List few d.tJ>, tae maiKet has etouihi y. tMvin ->nlv y Pescay. 41
in pifpannyH i i..n'l' \VorhonTlat become quite dull. Sales siitce the Isi, : Pensacola, Jan. llth,
convict
would a gentle '
of
jury plain men 1923.'f
knolls, the S. r: side< ', Florida, th* flt'tltj( M'i;(;n Jwh'rhwill. man of the ofTenc.*., at any time, upon proper 431i) bales,. including 3JO American, viz ; ; soiui-lings reg.tlar. \\"

jn a great mruMirv, depend o;i t';? .eception evidence, fjr thi-ake justice, ..nd the 1S04 Uplands, at 161: to It'.i sons ; )1477 west eii-i of the northern :\'flCE..
\lj! ( h i in git m to his "Il\\" OK WESTPKFCE. the bargain. : Louisiana. 17l to 2-lb.; Jiid 8 oea hlaa s. ; be
plcasuie of a good joke into I .i witn a Key bear.ng a.V.. sold to the highest bidder,
PLuID.t": But it would to that, tor no Our present stock is aboni 45, OOJ baics.MolilleJanaary .
I tieverOlne gentleman pas---! tubar! -and the" on Monday, the 14th January, 1828
: howevfi brave, would dare to lun I 5. 11 o'clockd. /
I will! t'ualle.cssel" com.) ? on a credit of three,
The following! paces are the result: the ric k! of such a punishll1 lIt. And at all Cotton.-There i is no in.iieti.il' change to ward into Key \\'.st h. ; .and n.ne months! ; the street in thtd

of he occasional employment of the ,' events, such a Ian' would furnish any civil i notice in the. cotton market this week. Thequantity channel by running uith }, known by the name ot ntoc* dec

and well disposed man, ho rnilit he tempted for sale i;> \try small-:Sales: have 2 Islands open until you : to a resolution passed by the

writer, while t'flaf1'(1: in oilier pursuit !o 6'M \\ it tIolt malice, merely to ictainhioplare been at 7.it 1> cents' and the Light upon Key ; : of Aldermen.Jec.. 4th, 1827

dining a residence of seven years in i ill <(a siunale' society, with He- 'I Macon. Dec J8.: Cotton in this place is F:.. then run for tue Key % John Jerrison

Florida. I His attention was first attracted ry :J.iir and rioper apology for refusiaj to I, 5tlliugf1'olo b.J :0 tij ing near th* bink, which ; Mayor. -

ivc 11, litbili't.. win n his. acceptinre of it I FrtirMl.Liverpo: 1 Cotton d JiVTKAT. Dec. 14th, l J7.-o9-AtVOND
,
to the subject by rermrk'iiir; ;; seen !
,. would him to a still greater -''
i nv xi.ose
Havre, 1jc ; Nt-vv York: t; .. _
the singular! :: : : clel rit.'llf'v. of the imps of I ( sfrare. eve-i in fliP Ijtnu mon.{f-, than that i -... :.. -. -.. .- W' ,
-
West!" Florid, in his frequent excursion which h<> w K aiming to avoul"' If \ : A BRCFLET
Pensacola Price rurrent.Jumctcd OF GOLD WIRE
,
throusrh! the countrv. 1 H-ivn!f H:.I f......... I c:_ _'_ ._ -.- '- --;.::--=-_-=__ .1 Vis.iv or .... idiJt a large Gold Clasp.

been appointed one of the commissioners ; Weju !lui-st uJ til i i -ds have j I \ wut,fur the 1 'cnsacola: I
;
its .
( t" : Enquire at this Office.
for locating!: the new sent ofGovernment been !ur veu for the Delaware 74, lAllzd/c.: EMHI.'AtlN' with} ..

; : of Florid, the author (I which *s now fitiini one for a cruix" ; Ibgg-Ing'-yard 23 to ,r> ct.. trciiin( o' its i 1ST OF LETTERS remain"

for h:< wn satisfaction, made a niis 1: in :he M-'iJiierrjue-in. to proceed as D.l'. ,U.pf, It;. iO to i o .. and Cinals :ji2 in the Post Office Perwa-

7)li) !(' s irt <'y of:ho co.isf. f from t. .\ndu" '!!, so;>n :is (:jipjed to \mriolis: ] where : ..4J.O.I, 7IH''I TOGKTHF.R 1 il the 31st day of December
i> 12
bbl. to
*.* B'V I to the tl\\':>>nlJee, as well I :;; she will receive ;he Minister; to End ,:| duju-r, country Ib.i 1 > io lo) cts.i $ A Mip of ; "' 'vli cli if not taken out within

; :>IC;: The "nrior of Ti I! 'COJlHrin! whirh I i Iud, and COllt.:1; t' London. ':i So.1':1 It :.!i o ,,) n F.vh'bif": ..: C;, -' of:. ( o Illonih;, %-hI be ont to he Gen.
w "
'I. ,c1.*I 'I..t'e:? is i: ..'. .lnf l. IM: (' )1; -ej -, :\1. }'. &tatc!man. UP-- ,\.x, Ib.Cotton 2::: t.u ;..:i I: Uie: Post Office as dead Letters.

"f 'lie ii'brir"'on thus L'pl-md: J <'i i o ':j j c r s. (.iti.'y t\\P \., .-James J. An-lerson
(pr j : t' : : : acqu Stir York Dec. 7.-Tne U. S. \ Hauclal Alii!.
'
.. '-'/. hf conceived dIP ilea: of proJ ship Hornet C"P. Claxton; :: arrivedesicrday "jj.e..is. i* th'e but l Ib.. : 'tr./: T ,*. ': "-a- r- c :'- ; .\01(1), 11. AlUton, Atonz. Pe
C,,:/:", P'Il\l' (. reen, uy tl.i.a .
Bv ..j..r"' Lrr ,
.l .?' t MOW .n? J I' of ;! i. F' 'ft "r F-l- from Havana fio \\\.i; : :
: .\ Tampiro, L ; ,--InCorn. to 17 cf$ J...."1 ;---i..1. :u .-Hobert Breen, Major Bouque, Isaac
rid;" ''I';("h kd 1 com un-h-i: !i.'x; ::1: .ntI I iMatanzas; with 134,000 dollars ] iy the l'rU"gol bush. "j cts. "
: I IL Bag ley, Edward Krowu, John Brand.
iii-4" i. ih c'n I ; nnd of ace: "ripa' vin: t'\.1,' specie for sundry merchants. Left L ]i i I j, Cortlage ;\rj. 16 cts. v: ;. :1 Bcjrahey, James Braley, John
Cheese, Ib. to nJ cLs.VO .
x\ *-l!: 1ne2I'r; *>r es, \ con' !].!inusivh iInvanA 25th ulu but uufortuniiti!ly Pf"nCob 8'J -". 1 1 ', Thomas Barroli.Johr. Uum32. Hy.
COin'Ie il bush (none
; )
I .
inlornir'tion; in r"lation) il !: tt 2, Franklin Buchanan, G. Budd
to c: i ft behind the letters intended to beM.Mit i'lour, Western nul. 4) .$

co tilt \ as would sppin to be caileff I by her. The packet brig iJurrit.'tt IJrI.ICrl1 d ;;; Vo\lectors\ .-Joseph E. Caro, Docl. Compton,
: : Clements John
for t :i1l/prt .pni iMot.iciit. i. Gin, H-ilatia, Gall. 1 25 to 1 50 V: IValav Chat burn, J.
for this
port, sailed in compunyV J t P 3 i (; Sam! A. Carpenter, James H. Cob!
45GutlPIl"tIt' *
Iii ;Jppt} rrint: l h--fi-j) l tile p.:1iiC! as; \ bile at Matanzas, information wa; (1IIIIlIry.. Ke? 6 uJ to 750 rtx', af I-i .'clcck; 'arJ Campbell, Phillip Catlett, Pa- :

nn aiJthiMfor dIP Ii't time he throws : f-r fur s.lt' :*t ;public Cooler.
t Claxton 2
received that the brig South America Hides. Dry ll,. 9 cts. Capt. John R.
himself 'he (c.mdour tho who from ('out t Home in this C> 1>::111''. Collins Dorr.in'que Cerulo
upon e Philadelphi.i; t for Havan, had I i Salted 5 >

are in search: of u.ptil1Jnri art uratt> been ashore! at Key Clunco, but wasjot Iron, Ib.Lumber. 5J to rj l h'prooertv.the! C'orporifionof!S.> :much ie: : :: 3.Collier: Charles! Chase, Josialx
('n
information: without: beiujr: too fistidious !- off and carried inside the Key to Yellow Pmp.1.: 12: t') 1G $ (::i due thiTi-OM' up to tlic .-Duncan C.
I Red Cedar prime 20 cts tubic ft. Douglass, Janaes G
as to the ann,-r iu which it is j: a safe: anchorage; and there pun! jcred I Staves U*. 0. lIlid.<< .M 18 to 20 $ cember! 1S27 ; unless ; : *. Bun :i Uisn .r.

onve\ed ; for ilioy will find no at- j: to the s'is j opout of her c.triio.: !: The LT. S. Commercial Pipe :!!c i) to 25 ?

temji to amuse by hicrh wroujht dic- ;zent sent a schr. with a pilot I Shingles 2.} to 5 ., IccttJier with nil CClS\J .--Auguatin FaireJohn Fisher; J. D'

lion, or the ingenious: inventions s of the: to her relief and Claxton di- Leather, Upper, Side 2,)'i to 4 25: Us.it M. 'S'm.)!}, i Lot Xo. J, .- .
Capt.
:bjdl ). itf to 31 Bay .-Joab and Wm. Gaines, Celestino
imagination! : his olijfct has; been to' reeled the U. schooner ? J. rutre 1 :Jot
: Xo
: Grampus to I I 'Iachcrcl0, 1. bbl. b $ 12 Samuel Griffin, Oliver S. Gtf.-
otT .something Useful to pr. ctfcil; I I proceed to her assistance. ,. 2 6 ? Pinchbac ION Ns Caleb Godley, S. C. Gist, John J.

Juen. I i I The Hornet has been cruising in '. 3 5 ,. John UOIJ..III..f1n, Jo'.s, .

Al.houjih] Ft.ontni is rap-dly in- the Gulf of Mexico: for a Molasses, Gal. 30 to 0:3 <"ts.U 40 $7 83 99 104 2J2 : .----Joseph \V. Hall, Franck Hall, Eli-.

< in there year I past, Nulls, cut. Ib. Y ei.. 3 :43'yJolJ.jll: 31.2 L. Harris.. William. .'... ... lfi-- ..n"<>.. f...-. u..
cieii j J J1t1pl1htioi1: arc sever'I -- ----- < ", LtCllk' '&
which A'P"
during lime the
; crew have Cii- l .;. I 3:6 313 Jj S2J. ock
i ought, i to cis : $ Henry Harback, Nicholas
ranges whicli tend retard
must
to joyed j good heulth. Pitch, bbl. 4 4> No* 4 567 i ,3 Ul ) 14- Ja.Ties Harris, Thomas Hawkins.

n< proiriess;; in some p-irts: for several From th: MubUt Cnmmcrrinl Re!:uier. J'u-k ubl. 9 to ll Jjj I I IS26: 41 42 4J 4-1 56 -John L ner.lrt: 2, J. Ingraham. .

3\ars; to come : these are, principally, :: Mail Lioat Lus/-B\ the'; Emblem l I'epper, 1'). :!.j ct.'iittots >. J Aurihert Dutrev.- lot --.!fo'.in: Jenkins, Charles Johnsan,

the unsettled 1 IMK! cl'liins, and the l C' Vincent i 1 Irish, bbl. ll .3 ; ::.'.titc of" P<-lJ.I\el', 1 lot ? :-!.-s \l. Job.' son,
fromew
lir iptaiu I Sneet, busn. 6.1.l rls.l : 1 Jlstuteot" 1 '., 1827.436t.'I l Bar
; !jp !rants possessed by indiviflnaN} Orleans u-iimiugs icy Kelley, John Kechle.
vve learn that the Sie.un I bbl. I
jh ill, 4 $ Franc'sco Cassme
i ol i --Mr Lend \Vni
which are wiinheld! fiom sale for the mnf K. Lattimer, -
B o.u Columbia in the Rice. .;t\ t. -4} lot 183 .
employed ( II. Lea> ci'..t't, \Valter Lewis
purpose ofs perulition.; The jjeneral.excclleiKo i trniiiirtalon| of! the mad between j Rongn bush. 50 to t>2$ c'i. I Francisco CollaaTes, ;ot ; .... Nelly

: of the climate, and its this City \"tw-Odc..1I1c;; was :huriitou | Rum. Jam. (";",1. 1 2.> to 1 5Uj I :Mana-i Paster, 4 j lot No 7 ; -ttev Dr. M icnhaut, James McKen-

adittntion\: to the ttilturo of some of Tn. j I N. 1 E. d.). 4.5 to oOI I Alpbnnxi Salaa i, i lot N,> : Jo'\. LiI: f:. "iuriel, James Maxwell!
ir>d-v 20th Dec., at the Pickets I! Risen, :Muscatel box 4 to 5 5$ ,
the :uolll1""h of the hurst Uonnng > 1'orn Jt B.ir- : .;i .
;
bou staples ; ctJ :> 't !II). 5'mil. HI bJ-
i Bloyin Marcy, =
New-Otleans.
near The boat ,
3J to4i
"ive: i i. decidod: No81&1 nt So 264 -t1)), ,' .n-s !
IP isi : dvaniajiesov arrived 1 Sagar :\.'w Odeans, in !bls. 9 cts.j .i \lsli-rilt.y, John H .iLtuU-
.
the
at Pickets about 12 Joseph ?aui, 4 lut No 87 r:. \\ \1.
<"-/.ny) ;n!.t of the u.'ieri' : e.Loa. .- o'oiock I do. in hbds. 6.} to S i ; )re, \Vilii4.t! Mavne i Ber-
at iiiLrht:! and after emptying .. 1 lot 251, .<-t :Uj; & .J J. :\J.>el1 2, David
',!. TJie su!!'ar cane, the silkworm h i L ifand Lump 2O to :!2 cts. nuaiber4G UloJ'gan 2.
-r boilers, filled them again with I! ShM. ba .1.1 ) \t\) -.: t.
:a
X
i
tin-}, :'jiape-i-.d; oli\e, w; 11 nodoti ,, fresh i! ; : J. l a")ti: ... | I Lt No 93,1 .--Mut
water, when ail being fatigued Suit in fcnh. bags, 3j} to J1 $ scnt j';'iclio! \nnil. A.. Nunes2.-
:, f'ltur reu-jer it I \1a'In c(}:' Jot *'- D.
t at sd'ii" c's. j H.
>
Jay i:i turned in. About 3 o'clock in the BiibMel, ;.) ..:is W.-ittnan. Gorge Plater, Jo-
one of the ni'-s- "IIPFtfl) p ri-ous of'' Segars, American M. 2 3 :\Ilonu! Ua i ; .t N'o .95 : : I1 -i-r: .U.n.sP.iticrt.n; liobert Pot-
morning Capt. Rogers awakened} Jlt'\l1 !
was
America. The liii" harbor; :, of Flori- j Spanish, ? 12 to 20! .$ aLg ':t"'I, 1 hi O I 1' 3, 'i .at ,11"US Pavis, Be'ij. Pag-2.
I by the heat in the cabin, at which ; Steel, German lb. 17 cts I lot N. 112 ;& !tot N'0 : \a., ik..d, .Srihti {'.' .
Ryan
will
it ( )o nas
ia f'rllre to important CV1I1IUer- time the fire h.;.d I extended nearlyover Crow ley 15 to IS Laur' nee .\ KK62 r-et S- ,. :* bt. Koinsni- ih-e, Jo in T. Knchie,
cial ndvaufiaes ; and no ponion of Blistered ; I j and 1 arpent :\"n SS ,
the whole bait, and i it was found ? ID to CO !h : fuosc K. Kostes 2,
the Union i-ossesses such :iiuizul'tr fa- i impossible to arrest its The American |f 6 fo 10 Mde Tau. 1 .o: No 121 ; ; |I"'- o Iiie: !v 7
cililies for of canals. progress. I Tar, hhl. 3 Ben..-o CuUieron, 1 lot ,
$ ;
tnt coiistructiou mail for : n ; u',Jacque Sorbes, Mart-:
New
Orleans
bags burnt
were i Tobacco Chip. Common lh. 11 1 1t No 133
Siiyuid! MIC ship channel across the !; 10 fo 12 -> I 'e'.hon-,, ys ;'::1 Souil1ullon\nJrcW'
with their contents, as well as nil thepassengers' J. Cavendiah, 3'J lo 5') I\ :).; go S.&h-\oar i 1 [lot No ppard, Dani. &ini.ns Hirt
aimds
peninsula be effected in the : .
prac- Tallow i tJ: loJI.\
bagsjdgu. No 8 ct<. f 154 '
ou : Sauveur
person ( Thomas M. Shielcb
licabilitv of which the author is very board \\' 1lSke\,'. by the Utll; 1 Gal. 32 tu 0jPovt 1I o--* It Hob Pant jot ,
The
> was boat :} bnith
injured. ; Was _. .. ._.. . Jt.ns F. Shenck 2,
sanguine, a most important revolution -- -:_- -- .-.. a a. ." --:-. .a & i i N'19:
consumed to light water; mark, but .J .' ,--- Spei/ ic.j, James :)!.Id.mer.

in commerce: will be the result. tbo h engine not materially injured.On I 'Sit'\, : .....' _.!:lit i 'I: :" !",T2WL: ; t-'t'iy Pniljls. 1 t h: ':o -Timothy Twitchell 2, Algernon! S.
J.
.
-
The author has; it in contemplationto -=.I = I ; ; I l'ranc.' Utllos, 4 <>t :\\i : I '()!1 2, Ceo. E. Tingle) 3, Timothy
-- I
the fate of -
hearing ih* Colum- ,\nionlt, Pen ,. A |I. "OJ

of prepare East Florida simclar, should map the and success memoir of uia, the P ost- laster of this City engaged : of t: re \ :u o\\. Aide ierr.egcl.s& i lot NO : birjHenry, Henry Tlucher L. Thompson 3, John A., John Tur.

,
the Steam-Boat Superior, to c- --- -_. Jose F. rnaiin-s, 1 |Jr.t No C. if. Thompson.
11 If: be such as to afford
present attempt carry the mail lo New-Orleans, and AHH V ED. Pedro Il:-gio, 1 lot \0 151 -Lucinda Vanhoun, David Vestle-
him encouragement. : his expec- she Maria: rVieio. 1 lot No .
Vur.tken.
departed at eight o'clock on Sunday Jan. Sth.-Schr. Mam, J:imesMcC.
tatiiM.s, however, are not high and it I evening. What t Uaker I .Manuel An-.as 'lot!: No 1d -AlaJeline! Yo ti.
8:1"-P"-'I1-
Tampa
is therefore impossible that his disappointment permunent: ar- I KsUteofHy.i.* e*, | tot ; 'vlT1. C. Whittle 2. H'nryV lker

can be Should rangenient will be made to supply the j gers-Gen Scott, with his Aid de Maria Montou. j itt \-0 ;:- Wayne. Win. Ward Winfrey

Mich u woik he undertaken great. the mitu- t place 01'the Columbia we shall probably ,,'; Camp Lt. Gilt; ; M-ij. Foster. Docl. Virenie Osdo.sjjoiry lot \ Peter Wilkinson, WilPam \% iri.

knowon the Macornb \'ater I RoSalie Bod-- lot No One hundred
ral return of the Superior. Capt. lrd I Capt.: and sixty two.
as well as the civil of Florida
history Domingo Torn 1
Lear E. S. Army, Ch.irles: LfBiron.ith. lot No 2 j -J1.
will appear in a more systematic lot No 263
U. S. ..1LAiULGEMENTFlorida
From the Transport Scbr. Florida
form. New-Orleans Courier. Phirpe: Prieto, lot No .; -

The Appendix to this little volume We understand from the Post Master Edward B.iker, T.impu BHV, via: I De'i"' Qtiinier.s i '-.t 241 Mail.

is somewhat more copious that was of this city, that the Northern I St. Marks.-Passengers-Mrs. Sonac Estate of Gomer t 3 let every TueaJiy at 10 o'clock A. )1.
I
at lirsi intended ; but it contains bOineintere.sting mails which were burnt on board the I!H I|! and Family and Mrs.: Sands and Fam- Estate: of tha.lip.r.lilit"r; : sm i aya.t.2: o'clock P. M.lilakeley .
No 243
Columbi'i he i. ilv ; and United States' Troops.ENTERED. Mail
were
] documents, which the author Washington mailso I Lewis Iitncan, : 1 lot No ;

felt unwilling to omit. tho 30th Nov. and l::.t of Dec.; Louis Piernas 1 lot No 27 Atouile and the States of Louis

illdacltlpll aarcll 5th, 1S27. the Philadelphia mails of the 29th and 1' Jan. 5th.-Sr.hr. Elizabeth, For- Antonio UuriU. 1 lot No i i.na and Mississippi.

30th, and the New York mails of the sytli, New-Orleans] Cargo to Austin Marian. M...'ta, 1 lo. No T83 Every Tuesday at 12 o'clock L'

I )1llli1lThc three duels which have 28th and 29th November. | and Finlay, J. Pescay, S. Patterson, :, Heirs of Crepo, 1 lot No every Friday: at 12 o'cljck %t.

rem.tly minuted in the deaths of :Mr.C from the Augusta Courier j Hy. Michelei, :M. Crupper, J. For- Oct \'ius Mitch,:,:, i lot tfo All Oilier flails.

">u"...;' 01 AikansAs. :Mr. Vance of-North ( The Cotton Exhibition, as advertised syih, J. C. k C. C. Keyser, and to !Mde I..at's'. ;a, lOt No every Wednesday and Sunday at

Carolina, ami r\lr. (iraham oflS'ew Voik l took plrtce- iu this order. l li it 333. i I bt No 338, 1 P. ',i.
Augusta day ; 339 340 3 U
.
have I
uccd .
plo rssu\ lament
many svonthi ( :\ Saturday and
every
able practice. The New York Spectator, on which occasion fourteen prime: 7th.-Brig Rosannah Bagley, Key i j.'r.lOcl"cUtifdhone: lot 8 o'clock A 51.PoslOftiee Tuesday.

say : '. \Ve boa-t of our ci'ilizaliun, of our loads l were offerred for examination, ; \Vest. Cargo for U. S. Navy Yard. LouU Honey, 1 lot So 300

intelligence, and of our morality asa nation and ou comparison, by the persons appointed CLEARED. J. Villa Lon"t.jlot No 3' Hours.
and *>t \\ fight barbaious duels Alexander! Curnmm !'
y more I Jan. s, 4
the
2nd.
to judge on occasion the -Sclir. Amelia Ratch
and fight them more fatally, than the whole ,1 I Matilda l<< Deville. 1 1 It No ht' Citizens of ("ensa'QILare respect-

otKuiope. We had hoped that the practice premiums were awarded to the following New-Orleans Billast. Rosa G4ri i-, 1 lot No 343 full requested to Uke notice that

u as iretling into distue, & it did decline l individuals :- i I 10/A.-Schr. Maria, Baker New Kti'ilie Garcon, |. lot No ,)" 6
for ct time after the great farce of M'Duffie ( First premium of 75 dollars to I One IUS. Cargo, 20 bales cotton and Estate of Satallos, i lot )-lav at "5 o'clock P. }J. i unless

iu and Cuauninc. But it is unhappily reviving Franklin Rutherford, Washington; 100 hides, by Master llejrs of U Cunave, 1 lot bil !lhOllid be delayed! hter than
all
its primil \ e ferocity. How is the I Schr. Elizibeth I John 4lconat, lots No. 28 hoiror: << arrival; in which case
evil to Ek lemedied' "In this county. Forsyth, N. Or-
couutry.public 43 1 :
arpent will i be ..
.
ce kej.a opn .t least cne
opinion t the Second premium of 50 dollars to' leans. Caigo 29 bales Al.
mu> put practice down, i cotton, by Miguel Constance, 1 arpent :I Tuc Mil, aIL ou&a not GUt un-
or there is uo irmedy. The laws are never : Elijah Byne of Burke Crupper 11 bales do. '
executed. \\ county. byJ. Ptfscav. II Aitkins 1 arpent No 37 : .' M, ually arrives aooa,
2S'ewJt-r hy does nut his the Governor ofl Third premium of 25 dollars, to SAILED.Jan. John Davis arpents No 66 I to be opened or /clock, so that
interpose
111\e'tht' ey teriiiory of his State authority ft urn, such and George .1\1'Duffle, of South Carolina.k, 10th.-U.S. Ship Erie, Capt. Mr. Brady, 1 arpent No 69 I Oiuue is usuaiU l open two hours.

frequent invasion; and pollution ? Why not The fine quality of four other | TURNER, on a cruize. -1 do No70 Pon .Master: lher''fore requests, that

make a d'mnfJ the Governors of the l loads Mr. G. Schr I Daniel Rip ley. arpcnls No who .Asu to enquirK for !letters oa
upon belonging to Byne of t Messenger, Dorr St. Andrews
adjacent States forthe Estate of Molino, -io: Nos: wil' isnd or call before 5 o'clock
.sunender of
the
,., ag- Burke, Paul Fitzsimmonsof Augusta, Bay.Extract I and 86 | he
erc- as'n' example of thi kind I flat may be enabled to close the
tla,e a benetitwl eL (ct." mign: Mrs. Cunningham, Jefferson, and of a Letter received Charleston, Col. l\I
Jn Answer to this! we would observe, that John Thornton, of WHkes county, dated,- Vincente Pia-.aJo, 19 Post Office is open on other days

lb:' orly iiKtance of making a demand of.i 'were so near deserving the premium p "KEY WEST, Nov. 20th, 1827. Jobu Gnhkm, 10 do break last t:me until dark ; except

this: *.,,-t. uithm our recollection, was that i j as to entitle them to the decided DEAR"Some SIR, \Vm.Vyatt 1 do 1 tn 3 o'cloekaud during the time
U?'df ihe approbation months since T forwarded to CoJ.
on '
G"\'t'rllrofTrIlUeS'fOf", by Go- you Kmg 1tiJO do or closing! tle! Mail.
..('. .10. Doha, of KeutueLy' to deliver I of the judges. some information respecting an excellent

(aCH. II. :;,tya. And !how was it answered up The Prize Load was sold at auction and safe clrnnnel through this Harbour into Charles \V. u.aseRunt,

te )CrOL1,; u.ma.u\: j the the Bay of Mexico, which"wts bat little City Post Master
1
: was lcccd: ..siorcrD- on spot, at J2] cents. .
knowu. I
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now f q QXon1o2,; djrecu_>oji Pcnacobj Janaary 11, ,oh, 1st Jaouxry, 1628.

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\ hUG IND1ANO. W. HASELL HUNT SEA..S1 OnRS, &c. lx\ \\ 'RG IN.@i Register of Debates,

I NOTICE. 1. just received from Boston, and of rilIIE Subscriber has just received per I will sell or exchange for Vo11..
HAS I. Elizabeth iron ew.OrleaN.andhas other that valuable Just Published
hereby given, that the undersigned : for sate at low prices, an assortment property -
13; intends to p.y none of the debts that I ofBhrnk on hand from former importations. TWO STORY hOUSE: Gales 8f Section's Itegister of

'may be contracted by any of the crew of Old L. P. Madeira, Cranberries, pleasantly situated on the Spring Road,
Books & Debates.
the Colombian Brijr Indiano ; therefore Stationary ; do.U Tenerifle, do. Jelly &. Jam, 'leading to Cantonment Clincb. If sold,

that persons crediting: those sailors shotiid donsipting! of Ledgers, Journals Waste, Mecloc Claret of 1820, Pickled Walnuts Cash or good approved secur.ty will be VOL. II.-FIRST SKssinx, 19m Coxonssfl

not expect payment but from the Debtor Letter, Cash, and Invoice Books, Kussi* Cioshen Butter, Curly Powders required. ALSO, (1825-6 )
himself. i Binding \ Leaf lard in Tin Cunnisters, 24fetffe head of good length we have reached the end -
AT
Inmolas Vrguiza, Lcd ..rsr Journals, Waste, Day and Havannah Chocolate, l". C3 VF Stock-Cattle ,. the Debates of tin* sessiunof!

.Heater. Letter Books, leather Backs and Cor. do. Preserves, which will be sold low for Congress, after :surmounting, besides iu
rcnsacol*,Jan. 4, 1327.-4'2-tf. ners. MusKroon and Tomatoes Ketchup, ., great length ; other formidable obstacle

"Improved Perpendicular Albums, Alphabets, Docket or Memorandum Tussaloosa Rye Whiskey, >e cash.Wm.. A. Bell to the completion of this work. For _-

books Leather covers ; and small Flour, Bacon, Ilarns, Jc. three months, in the Summer of 183uf

t
\lITE are the authorized Agents of I Super; \ Enveloping or Post Office for u sea voyage= can"be supplied i FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL suspended by reason of our daily expectation

't y Anthony Bencini, ot North Carolina i Paper, Superfine Folio Post, Blotting, by applying to the subscriber, who I TREES, &c. receiving reports of a-nne Speeches *

to do all thing.necessary for the 1tjr. Draw inland LetterPaper, Foolscap Paper keeps a complete assortment: of Sea Slates which we wished to insert in their

ip of selling and conveying the right ., ruled and plain :; best Lead'Pencils, at his Brick Store, Main: street, in front of I T innxan Botanic Garden & proper order ; but which reports, though
pose
I
and privilege of con..'ructing, building; .I j Sand foxes wooden japanned ; Glass the Public A Nurseries at Flushing so long waited for, did not at last arrive.
r Square.Julius New Y rk. WM
PRINCE
ands..ingt within; the TeHtory of Fla.ita, i IIIKS' siidCOrk: I nksiandsAmerican: &. Pescay. near Unable to complete this volume, or even

"i I! his improved! Perpendicular G it ..)////, 'i L'l!-; Indelible Ink ; Eagle, Lafayette, Pensacola, Dec. 7th, 1827-38-tf. has..... proprietor published of bin this Establish and to approach its completion, before the
enlarged -
ment new
just December
of in
1826
Grinding Meal for which In- has obtained -I and flighl33cr! : Playi -g Cards ; Blank i mm meeting Congress
t for I Cards, Visiting Cards Pocket Books and % B02LE&S.A Catalogues or the present year, the work was necessarily! laid aside until
Patent. SUG.1R .
I a 24th edition, comprising Fruit and Ornamental : session. After
m.llis considered c1ecde11ysupe- Wallets, lied Sealing Wax and WAfers, after the close of that it
This
rior to any at present in ufrom, the ,i I! Black do. do. t-n.dsh; and Dutch SLles ; HUE subscnoerhas for sale, a few pair I Trees, Greenhouse Plants, Bulb- was resumed in the last Spring, it was
JL iloilerss a sample fron; the Hoot American Indigenous Trees,
Sugar hire
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aimpt'Citv' of its construction, the ease I i &c. Sis. Penstcllh 20' I..c H 27 again unavoidably suspended for anotheir
with which it be worked and theqinTV tnaiiufkitor), and can supply any quantity Plants, 6tc. The collection of Fruits contains interval of three months, in consequence

: ,t\ of nval can "oiind. The various I ELEGANT rE.I :fS. '10 order. F. II. NISIIFT.Ie'trnIa in addition to the former great as- of disappointment in the receipt of paper
: ,, Dec. 7th. 1827. 38-tf sortment the new and highly esteemed cir.
Inventions and alterations whic'.i: have FOR. SALE: : for the work from the mills. These
( f varieties wi.ich have been introduced
with the unimaginable: vol. ,
cumstances
the simplest ,
order at -
made ill to arrive I
f 'been and most, valuable height have all At the PEXXACOLA BOOKSTORE, 'r4J; 97i or IGTOIA.0I's into notice by Mr. Knight, President of Lime to which the .Debates: &c. of thia ,

1 fallen far short of the object desired ; butt the following' Elegant Prints 1:1 the: new Town of Magnolia the London Horticultural Society. by Professor session have extended will serve to account ',

in the instance, the inventor appears Henrirtte Queen of England, Wife-of A arc ottered) for slle. fhis place is Van Mons. of Brussels, and others for the lateness of this publication. /

t to present have acquired the desideratum, Charles Ixt."Charles 'tuated 8 miles from For' St. Marks on and includes above 500 varieties not offered : In regard to the plan of the work, \H)

after the First, King! of England the Murks' river an-J 15 from Tallahassee. for sale by any other establishment hope it will be considered an improve ':
l long sought
CO The mill attached to a Cotton Gin, will Conclusion of the Tret:1of Troy ; The river can he naviated: : to the I in the Union ment upon the first volume. that we have -.

I.. grind frc'm fifty to sixty bushels of corn a Henry 1st, King of England, receivingthe Town by vessels\ drawing 8 fet water. I revive, how elevating, how delicious to one separated the Debates of the two houses .-,*

Jay, and that too of a superior grade of Princess of France in Marruge. The situalio. i is hig-h, dry and !healthy ; : CUEHRT; Ets.-Ofthese 15,000 trees, so as place the Debates of the Senate 11L .

meal and the scarcity of mill streams Cornelia, the Mother of the racchi, t h:>two Sulphur Springs{ in the vicinity of very fine size and exceedingly thrifty. in a consecutive. series, which are followed .;

I in thetolinny.and; the great labor suffered exhibiting her children to the Roman ont: of which is only 200 yards from the PKACH 1'tF.E5.-3OO00 of large size, in the same order, by those uf the :,-,;,

i in ise operation of hand mills renders matron, as1 her Treasures.A Public Square. They are said to possess and very thrifty, and vigorous growth, in- louseof Representatives In other respects -
\ Villain near Harlem. nu'riical cludin& the finest vsrietiesofthe South of there ha been no eSentialu'ia
t it the more important to the people of grt-at qualities. .?f'.
I, this Territory The Dwelling of the Fishermen, at For further information of Terms &c. France where large quantities are wanted tion from the original plan. The Register '.

The price for a right to construct one Abbeville. '.pply to .1. G and NT. Hamlen, Si. MarKs the price-will be reduced. is strictly a Register of Debate, with

of these Mills, is twenty dollars, and one X' aractacus, King of'he Britons.A or Augustus Stecle, Tallahassee. PLUM TUBES.-10,000 of the choisest such incidents in the two Houses as fonrc

: \ of them can be made< at a trifling: expense Village near Mordyck.A St. Marks 10th August, 1827-24-tf. kinds, exceedingly thrifty and healthy. a material part of the history of the ses
;\ ,.when compared with the advantages View of Meudon GitAFKs-Near 300 of the choicest varieties sion. Of the Journal of proceedings in

from the of them. Pensacola. Dec 19 1827. selected with he greatest care either house, no more is attempted to be
: resulting use i ___ 1\T1)TIC: .
:L from the Wine countries, from the 36thto given than is
to
j t to be made to the subscribers necessary explain the
Application CONSTITUTE and appoint Micajah: the 54th degree of latitude, and consequently -
KOTlCvl. manner in which each Debate
those who will be furnished I began and
1 t r and purchase .
and of the
Crupper of Pensacola, my agent suited to every section ended.
;; t with particulars in full. Edwurd. Martin, ) ittorney, ii. all matters and things relative Unionselections will be made by the This work claim

\ L. :; M. _A. Armistead.M vs. ClM ATTACHMENT.Zudocb to the delivery and receiving pay for materials proprietor,,if desired, to suit any partis 1 hut above all lays things, to, not impartiahity.--exclusively.,. .

TaUaliasnee or .8psbzga. .1 TtltoH. 3IN at the Navy Yar'd ular locality, and where large quantitiesare There are indeed some speeches deficient ..
r- this case, an attachment has i surd, desired atreduced The
,
rates.
tOD E. Montgomery.Mobile great ; but it is from no fault of the }:Editors
: and suit commenced lu the County superiority of the collection to
BUYAt 6th 1827:9tferomfol'tabte present any who made effort in vain to
Sept. every
: f'r procure
Court Escambia
j County.A. ever before offered to the public will be
them. In some of these cases, the Reports -
I jordnn, Boarding. pe-ceivcd by referring the cataloguesor have been furnished by the 7e

imJLHE PlaiMtift's Au'y. FE \\ (ientlemrn can be accommodated by visiting the establishment. porters, to the Speakers! for revision*
1 in Pensacola, TVc.:7 h. 18. 7 -38 fa \ \ (j3 Catalogues may be had gratis of
subscribers have opened the : with day board, and two or three the Subscriber and orders left with and never returned ; in one case, indisposition -

I City of New Orleans ; a wholesale; with Rooms, by him will be ; on the part of the Reporter pre- ,_
"
1. 1)ry Goods Establishment, where thtyhave \yo\itt. Gamier promptly attended to. vented the Speeches from being reported :
.no. IIA ELL .
han' and will HUNTJgent. at all and in another :.f-
now on constantly : some on* or
TWILL rcceiePrvpsalsat this! Offlce! House of Mr. Peter Alba.Pcnsacola Pensacoa! 22U Nov. 1827. members have declined ,
keep more reportingheir
1st of April next for supplying 38 tfNOTICE.
7ih 1827 -
A general and Extensive Assortment ; wood'for the use of the Troops un Dec. LAW.THE speeches, where all other member:*>

this Station. It i.ust be merchantableOak voluntarily prepared such reports (as in
: ; the of the Senate Debate in ,
case secret
and other hard Subscribers have associated
: : lixod, and the Cordto ...'
which they offer by the Piece or Package following] Articles of Ordnance in session ) The editors have made every .>
be b/ lAc: sure ll'J1t 4 feet 2 inches I THE practice, as Attornies,
on the most liberal terms. htfch' S 'feet 4 inchci long, awl the woodcut nlnance Stores, the property Counsellors and -Pructors in the severa exertion in their power to render the ,,"

I Win. A. Gasquet & ( '0. full four feet in length. To he' ucliv-J r.f the Umccd :;hltfoS, will be ottered for Courts of Law, Chancery and Admiralty, work complete. Tney have so far suc- ,

I sale at Pensarola\ Floridi: on the IGth ceeded that it is, perhaps, more coii-
t HOO..). Chalreg SI feel. creel at ny place in the Town orFcn Jeo. ; in the Middle and Western Districts of
'p V la day of f April. 18: 3 ; New Orleans, 6t'i Dec 1827-M) 4t where it n': be wanted ; and at the [ Appeals atl'aIIaIiasee. \
-- -- -- at thc tbllou places, viz. : will also attend the that ever has issued from the preis.-
Cantoneinenl
corded L> the Con-i They
up y ,
1,1 'J1LLOIIT REE8 ''J".ll.r.: : tractor himself within convenient dis- -- Superior Courts of the Counties of Decatur Wherein it is yet incomplete they ask.
CE.JcI'ry .
PI t ( f OH.I>.V.\ \ L'ounhs '
l ) ; '
lIE highest price in cash, given for tnnce of the water side, at the usual land -! _, _I \Veiglit and Early i in 'Georgia, and the Circuit the usual indulgence of the public towards .?,

.u. the above al.tirh I byJulius ing 7>lace. The woud is to be delivered at -(; 12: $pdl':) IuniuCnnnon' 12,000I Courts of Henry and Jiale in Alabama. I those whose failure: of success pro
such and s-ich :) Their Office is at Webbville! Jackson : cceds from causes beyond their control. _
Pe:>cay.Pensacola. times: quantities as may be I :_! b II (litO. 6,500 ,
directed from tins office. The customary! U County, Florida, at which place one cr G. & 6'. \
-
Pcnacoirz.4 ditto.
< 8,540i
'
Q
7th 1)er. 1 7- >M--t t The Volcme
the oilier all (o'r:: now announced Consists -
times be consulted
is coals at
from 1st
delivery sixty per month i 12 u Canonadt'... 1,800 may ,
I. Nov to 30n April, and half that qU.intit) L L 9" II ditto. 750 except when attending the Courts. of between .fifteen ant! .iKrteen 7wndred -

'r () \t\\\ l'\\\\r\\.C\O-rb, from 1st Mto 3I.t October. Two bids Tartar Letters business: will receive immediate pagea, thns divided : Of the DEBATLS -

wiU he received at this will be rcct: \"ec1-unt' for tin best Bi.ick Po"t, 1 attention. here are more than 1340 pages, of supc- 't"'-"-

I PROPOSALS the 20th day of January jack wood of the country ; and another 1lear' the I IoI JAMES WEBB, nor Royal Octavo sizeandB&eviertype,

I next, inclusive, fo- a Contract tx carry for such oak and other hard wood as is .3 18 u" ditto. 11,400 PETEIl. GAUTIER, Jr. inking 2690 columns of the width of a
VLVy
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the Mail bttweenPensacola cnmmtMi to the Hnnmock: < on the Ba}'.- al. liar.lior Wcbhville. 15 Nov. 1827.-35-7t. column ftfthis paper, and'of nearly half

; F. & Blakeley Ala. Day, Magnolia, Sabalras and Chincopin of I1enscwo1ti. I its length. Of'th.e Appendix, comprising;
DISSOLUTION. of the STATE
the most interesting 'APEKS
wood will not be received. Tlic: first delivery J
I the Mail to he carried once a week, allowing / to be ready by tin- 1st of May next partnership of FINLAT &. RUSH- to which the session gave birth, these

the Carriers to 1O am! return in three Dair'i :;:) Burch EfllJf .S.Jo.ca THE, in consequence of tne death of are 144 pages. Of the ACTS passed: durng -

1 days. The mes arrival and departureto li J8lizic4 I Mr. :James Rushton, i is dissolved ; all persons : the session, a complete edition fills .

be fixed by the undersigned.Persons Asst. Qr. .Master. opo. I :324 pdrs Iren Cannon 14,100 haviug claims against the late firm, 37 pages more. The INDEX to the Debates ,

making Proposals are requiredto Assistant Quarter Maste r's Office, > site the >318 II ditto. 11.400IIarrcica will present them to the subscriber for and .APPENDIX' : making pages,. I ,

state their prices by the year ; and to Pciibacok._. Dec. 5, 1827-, 38-tl A. 3 I :i112 I' ditto. 6000 settlement) an.l those persons indebted, closes the volune.
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mention whether) they wish to carry the l.. liT N1BE'I'I J/arh'Jr orPC1l8acolaJ I Ir will come forward and make payment, The price of this Volume, stitched if}. ,. ,J

lh ilail: in a Carriage or on horseback ; if in as no indulgence can be given. paper cover wiJl he'CWlT DOLLARS.

a Ckrriags\ will be necessary to mention I) 1'GS leave to inform his Friends and _; r 6:32: plrs II ditto. 34.200 JAMES FItfLAY. When Proposals were issued for this .,

the size, or how many passengers can be ) forner Customer-i, that lie his re- 5 I g'l'2.t U" "ditto.II ditto. 42 BOO ?(> C1 o'a.', 20th. Nov. 1327.-36-tf work, it was supposed that the greatest

F conveniently conveyed in it. cotnmcnced business at his Old Stan, 3,803 volume to whichthe second and alt-mate-
where he has for sale a assort 8 12 II II ditto. 24,()()()
I The contract will be in every respect : very good iIiERS'ALMANAC volumes could extend, would be one
16 9 II "ditto
subject to the rules aiM regulations under me lit ofFresh 3:2,000: thousand pages ; audit was hoped that it
.: I 4 G U "dilto.
which Mfc.il Contracts are usually made. $f Seasonable Goods: c. I s 4 H "ditto 8,540 5,20U would fall considerably short ofeven that-:

No proposals will be considered, whichare Received by the latest arrivals from New I 3 I 4 3' &C ditto. 3.200 quantity. The second volume was theie-

not received at this office previous: to York and Philadelphia.! FOR fore offered to subscribers at Five Dollarsp .
1 14 U U Hcw 556
t.
the Slst'Jan. on which day they will be 3,3: $ and 4 Point Blankets -- I "' -1Inch.. dutto.ers 1200U beintr about the proportion to the subscription .'
forwarded to the Post Master General ; price of the 1st volume which -
and ,
7-4 8-4 :Striped! Duflield Blankets
:#:; l (; Iron Swivels! J 600 1.828
t nnd the contract is to go into operation as 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney dt> 800 pages would bear to 500, the number!

soon as the decision of the Post Master. 3 bales White & Drub Flushings 'Total wht nt liOn Cannon 288,44-6 of pages! contained in that volume. t"
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,,General on the proposals can be ascer- Blue and black imperial cloth, blue ---- Instead of 800 pages, however the :

tallied and mixt cassmieres satinelts.. assorted :: (2(14( poirs Bras Cannon 13,900 I JUST work embraces nearly double that quan.
; ; \ RECEIVED
W. llase\\ hunt and ::::::: I 21 6 U II Itt() 1,2461 tity. To double the: price at which we
common fancy: prints,
super super i
8 Howitzers AND FOR SALE AT THE
-< In. do. 2,440
issue it
proposed to would be the rule of
dimities 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens Irish 21
Post Master. ; ; : 6 U (10. do. 412 PENSACOLA BOOKSTORE.NOT "
/ between
lawns dimities. 6-4 justice us and the public. Jut .
; ; super fancy ginghams '
POST OFFICE Pen8acola.t t 11O II ll1rta.i do. 3,163 desirous
-' ? ; white, yellow! r dud flannels .' we are to give the work currency -
green
4th Dec. 1827-S8-3t 5 Totalwiglit! nUrassCannon 21.166 [CE. and shall be abundantly satisfied i it; :.-

.. ; -black. and colored- bombazeltsprinte4 --- __ Y..Y1".unco _rA.. _1_: :_.__L!..._ __ .t._ u..h. ...,.. 10410fl1flISIa t:....,. :S _..t..L 3.
""4 -- --- r* i i joua ui .rtAiniinibirauon, on un I.ltuIII oA".uu un; "IIII ICIIJlUUrSCSour -
and
bombazetts flannels
Madeira VinP8 Cordials 8lC. Salisbury O ( 200 000 ihs Cannon Halls and shells I-A of Samuel U. of expenditure it
; spool cotton, assorted cotton balls estate O"erton, late upon together with
; ;
j of Various from 3
Calibres
.' perftSchr. Orleans from Beaverteens, linen cambrics; cambnc I to the County of." scambia, deceased, having the interest of the money expended. If

RECEIVED hdkfs: ; Baroge hdkfs black Italian cnpe ; 1 thirty-two poundeRs been granted to Mrs. Margaret Ann Over- profit comes afterwards, at a long interval -'

10 cases superior Old London Particular flounced robes do c.5 604 Musket Cartridge Boxes ton, by the Honorable the County Courtof from the sale of the reserved copies, it
t ; gingham spider nets, .
.
19 do do Box Belts
( Madeira me. patent threads Russia diapers: plain and ; ]I 136 said County, all persons having demands will serve to compensate our own labor

:10 Old Port Wine. figured book muslins, Madras and Hrit- -. Bayonet Belts against saiu estate, are requestedto and anxieties concerning this undertaking

10" Cherry Brandy, Superior. tania hdkfs., comp'y flags, figured crape 4,900 Priming Tubes present the same for settlement, and which no one can appreciate who '
l 1 000
Fusees I
20 ** Cordials, first quality assorted In dresses; white, brown and mixed cotton those indebted, are requested to make has not himself partaken of them. We --

the cases: 1 doz each. half hose ; while. and mixed worsted & 12O5Port Fires payment to KOBERT MITCHELL, have placed the volume at the lowest

10 IIVine Bitters. lamb's wool do ; fine linen hose, ladies 1 1 Jack Screw : Attorney in fact for price winch we could offer it to the public ';i
335
: Sheets of Tin
5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. white and black cotten do., lead, slate, I U. A. OV I'I TON, ; making it, we believe, the cheapest ,':
i ''I2GQ0 lbs weight Scrap Iron. Administratrix.Pensacola book of the same nature and. extent that '1
3 Barrels Cherry Bounce. and black worsted do., plain and camblet : ..

6 Half Bbh. Anniseed, Peppermint cloaks, furniture check, bed-ticking, superfine TCRMS.-The sales will be for CUB, Nov. 27th, 1827.-:37-tf was ever published. '1"__

.., ftnd Cinnamon Cor.hals. cotton shirtings, oil cloths, black and the minimum price of the Brass Ordnance NEW :ESTABLISHMENT.The The few persons who have remitted ;..
For Sale byF. bombaziues, fancy belt ribbons, black: and is fixed at twenty-five cents per Five Dollars for the work, will have the :

white satin and do. Irish shirting For and volume forwarded to them for the money !'
1 H. Nisbet. mantua 5-4 pound. the Iron Cannon, Shot .
,8-4 damask, brown linens; super black Shells, fifteen dollars per ton. Ownersof *. received, in literal fulfilment of our con :
Pcnsacola. Dec. 20. 1827. tract. It will be left for them to deter :
and white and Foundries
plaid striped Baptise in the Northern States, can
I miif\
Laces Lace Veils printcd sHawls am! hdkls; printed Waterloo receive any information concerning the Eagle Tavern mine, in the court of conscience, whethj .

Thread shawlfancy silk dress, nuns thread, above mentioned articles, from Captain er or not they will voluntarily pay the additional ;:':

- I .'t. linen gloves, linen tapes, Russia su.rtings, DANIEL E. liuiicn, Assistant Quarter(Master AND'TRAJl'ELLER'S cost of three dollars, to make up ,"',

- Subscriber bas received, per mill'd drab cloth, blue and red strouds, &c U. S. Army, Pensacola, Florida ; or REST. the actual price of eight dollars. ,-<
I THE ALSO from Lt.IsAAc A. ADAXS U. We call this Volume the second. It will '
Orleans from Philadelphia, commanding THE Subscriber informs the pub -J
I York in 4 assorted S. Arsenal Baton Lornsiana. be obvious to every one, however, that :
and Mary Dennison frutn New cases saddlery, Rouge, lic, that he has opened a house
ddition to his former assortment 9 cases Brewster3 hats, assorted qualities Dan>l E. BUtCh of Public Entertainment the though such a quantity as 1540 pages -t
:n
t 1 bes containing an elegant assortment may be sewed together in bulk,yet theyCannit

of Thread and Gimp Laces, black 5 trunks fine ready made clothing Asst. Qr. Master. house for that formerly occupied by Maj. Hall bound in a single volume so a* ,;
the
,
fronting
and white Lace Veils, plain MIld figured 12 trunks ladys' and gentlemens' boots Isaac A Adams, square. which purpose he has fitted un in a public convenient to be used to advantage, but will neCes- .
&c. all of the newest and shoesChildren sarily be separated into two volume.. ?,. ,1j
I laces, pat- 1st. Lt. Ordnance I for tbe -
4-4
Gimp on service. : manner reception of tra. : i ting
ALSO, *'and boys' shoes, brogaft".&.c. I panS, each ofitselfofa portly) size.mak-,
terrlI. Pensacola 2Iit Nov. 1827. vellers and others. His table will
_ alwaysbe
Super super 4-4 white gauze flannels, Soal leather, call skins, shoe: thread supplied with the best which the volnme Part the Firt and Part the Second

white cotton hose, gentle- 25 kegs Virginia tobacco II.
ladies super NOTICE.IS market can afford and his bar with the -.
u' cravats black sdk hhdkts, fiie Jin- 5 boxes superior cavendish do cL::: Orders are invited from /fooksek
of
& best No
toe liquors. exertion lyill be
brown ami white Hardware &c. hereby given, that at the ensuing lers and others for the work. The ,
shirts, gentlemen's the of the ap\ 1
en wanting on part proprietor,
and January Term of the Honorable, the proaching aesssion of
prints, htnped Congress will ai;
Jinen glove, fancy I'en, pocket, sportsmen and desk County Court for the County of F cambia to render general satisfaction to those turd a favorable for '1
muslin opportunity remit
checked grass knives ; knive* & forks, carvers, waiters, who may farof him with their company.His ,
and vouchers lances from
will be
trunksgentlemefl'5b00t8,0e6, brogans nccoutts pre- a distance for it, and for theconveyance ..'
4 and Heimmg's best needles snuf stables are well calculated for
a
trays ; number -
sented made for final of
application the volume
of'cr' superior quality a (which is tgo.oulky. .
and pumps, ) ters and trays, plated spurs, spectacles of 1 of horses-and a good and attentive '
- shoes. settlement of the estate Jr. James C. to send by mail to of '
- and Udiea morocco walking carpenter's tools, bhoemaker's and cur deceased. Ostler will at all times be at hand. any part the :
Bronough, country.)
I- 7 bales 3-4 and 4-4 brown shirtings. riers do., stock locks padlocks, shovels Families or Gentlemen who wish
may Vol. 111. of the
.E wd. L Drake Register of Debates is
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K. I]. Nisbet. cards, &c. &.c. for GEO. WALTON, Adm'r. partments.: GEO. FISHER i press, considerablyLOUDI. aitaiuced.'aria1 'I'

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