Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: January 25, 1828
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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VOL. IV. (PriAripi oraAomiftU.) PENSACOLA, FRIDAY, JANUARY.. 25th, 1828. (Opeulo all parties : influenced bygone.:) No. 45.0r

P0BU8HKD W&IID.Y. HY present situation, for remedy where with all and singular the immunities ty shall in like manner, aN>oint. om- \ Florida Legislature.

W. HASEiSiSQLX 1t1NT e of- 'and privileges belonging to the same, missioners, and establish their Coun- I TbS Jf'tt Co mtMe, to whom'wii refer"H

EDITOR Ann PHOMIIKTOR Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor _,! for and during the term fifteen years 'ty Seat as aforesaid.Sec. i led so much of the Message the ActingUofernor

Publiaherofte Laws of the Inilrd Slates and Legislative Council ofj i from and after the passage of this act, : 5. Be it further enadedThat i as relates to .the contested *

and of the Territory of Florida. the Territory o.f1'lurrda, That Elizabeth [ provided they continue to keep the until the permanent seat: jiustice of t question of boundary between the Stato ?
Ii ; the of Madison sir.il! bees I of Georgia and the Territory of Florida
SUBSCRIPTION-Year g5 Tanner, the widow and relic: I same in repair :: County :

t Half year 3 1 5G of the said John Tanner, deceased, Sec. 2. Be further enacted, That :. tablished as :Aforesaid, the county i I I' beg leave to

Subscription payable Quarter in year advance. be, and she is hereby, appointed a lit shall be the duty of the said Latiau: courtshall be holden at the House of, j. That the BJPOB.T importance, and des | 4

AIVLRTtSIM0.---Every adrertiiemerof trustee with the power to cause the Armistead and Marcus A. Armistead, Mrs. Carter ; and until thtpt.'rma- ..; great
I licacy of the question has induced j 1
the width of one column and measuring said tract of land, or so much thereof their heirs and assigns, to keep in good : nent seat ot justice of the county of
them it the consideration
more than In elve lines of this type,first Hamilton shill} bo esblislrel's -.fore-t : to give to highest -
not as she may deem advisable, to be repair a flat boat of sufficient dimensions ; : = '
insertion one dollar, each weekly contihi ;, and to bring into bearing, all
laid into lots sail! srti, the coi: wart .'.ie dl he 11I1.I..n..
and wider at out town squares,, to transport across r.VI?;r, l ; ity .l
once fifty cents; longer ones I I| the points, which in their estimation,
the same rate Rule and figure work, streets and alleys, agreeably to any loaded wagou & team : and th'-y Idt at. .thy Miccotown 0JOl or the next ad- t were essential to a true statement of

double price for the first insertion. Ad- plan which she may think proper to be entitled to receive at tins till! to:'- : !:jg it )11"t.: tnf'r.L) I i' the of difference between

Terfisemenls will be tastefully displayed adopt ; and the said lots, when laid ry, toll at such rates, and shall h,.' : Sec. 6. And be it r.ffhcr enacted, 'I causes existing Looking -
of them, and will ; two
according to the nature out as aforesaid, she, the said trustee: ,' subject to such regiilationsas it'l Th :i until the CO'T.:.> court uf said i c
be measured by matter of this size type. ; i i may with anxious eyes to the prospe*
When inset ld at intervals, (that is, not inferted is hereby authorized to sell and dispose : established by the County Court of coini: '."s respeci\ +'l.' sir.11 be or;;aniM rity of tho Territory, and to the future t

every we'k, from the first to the of, upon such terms, and at such i the County of Gadsden, and tho Legislative -i: i ii.t-y sh',ll 1,isubjict to the or- !i stand she seemed destined to

last insertion each insertion will be cbarg. times, as to liter may seem fit : Provided acts of this Territory. I II t des l rules and' remit-linns of the ,
take member of this
a political -
e,l as a new Hh'prtisemcnt-Amounti foadvertising that nn sale of any of said lots I Sec. 3. And be it furtlier cnactci, tI I I I co-Jiitv court of JefT*,,u r',nnty. as witnessed great with
demand. have
on l they
payable always ,
O"::: Liberal contract will be made with shall be made, unless the time and I That it shall! not be hwful J for '.;n I i P 'is>fd, Decpm''?'r 2lH i, 1827. I II I pain, an attempt to deprive her of a

those who wish to advertise by the year place of selling the same shall have other person, to establish: or keep a I I Approved, Dt-e r-bjr 26th, 1827.I most valuable portion of her population

(O: Communications directed toV.. been published in some newspaper of ferry on said river withi, live milt) I i I -
Hunt Post Master, Peniacola, will I ACT and her soil, and in so doing, at
Ha ell ,
least Hule".1
this Territory, at thirty days of the ferry herein established; tJ I
be attended to.Lays once TO the fairest hopes of
duly To lav. off the North prostrate
the salo and the : provide i i ig ,
previous to same the same be for his, her or their own: I I .
her most ardent admirers and continue
K- = ction: ,
of Florida. sold at public outcry to the highest exclusive use, and( not for f the purpose: I I l Q.nri'T o thirty-six, her, in her Territorrial
North present
bidder. : Tovvnshii;: (II ;' llantre: one,
.- : receiving toil, except I load(
r err l J condition. Forming the extreme
I I an1 Wen fop otfwr .
Sec. 2. Be it enacted That\ HP p'jrpm'S.Be
BY AUTHORITY.AN further laid out by order of the Government it thf.fovcl'nfJr and I southern link in the chain of the Ame- n
before the said Elizabeth Tanner uKu'iuihy
t (it'the United States.Passod t
ACT LC islaiirt ;; fit Territory can States, and possessing all the advantages -
: L''HiKcif -
shall enter tho duties of said
upon December :20th, IS27.
To amend an act, "to provide for f i-lorila, Thar the Commis'jio.KJr which must necessarily flourfrog K
she shall bond with
trust execute
a Approved December 22a 1827.
the appointment of auctioneers, and sufficient in such the ,)1 i tht" City. of TallaIrissec her commercial position, superadded -
security, sum as
deft- c their duties;"approved Jan County Court for the County of I AN ACT h.-, "id: h-j is iri-M\', authorized I to the richness and fertility of $

UarOth. 127.Lc i 'il.( ; {l"plir'd.o *.oiced to I her soil, the genial influence of her
Gadsden may order and direct, conditioned To incorporate the \;'l.juvillocHl. p
it enacted by the Governor ancegislattre I ofT the S I K .. climate, and the hardy and adventurous -
for the faithful discharge; of em)". iv' M : -< Qiter; olSection .! x

L Council of the Territory the.duties of said trust, which shall br- Sec. 1. Be it enacted Ity the (;0' liiii-y-r'X: 'i\H' !:,h"p t one, ; character of her citizens, they f Si
of Fl '.-ida, That the auctioneer or I : 0 and \\. I looked with aching hearts even tathe :
the and Hatj#- OUt'l cat, into
payable to Governor of the: Territory rernnr Legislative C'nuncii of the i
auctioneers appointed for the Islandof and his successors in office, and : Territory of Florida, That Clnrles I I, c,jrr's.i'Midi.i. ; Directs and} losvith I,I remotest probability of an event so w
Key West, Monroe County, be, I tilt of T eminently calculated to undo all former
and! ;
shall be approved by the Judge, and F. Stewart, Thomas diitzell, cry itiihassee dispose
and they are hereby, required to pay Ehen-I I .if t the: in the i' and I efforts in her cause, and place
filed in the Clerk's office, of sid: ezer J. Cower, Thomas Russ, : same same nrmner
overall monies due tile! II her in a situation to remove all inducements
to- Territory, under the
court, and may, at any time, be p'it liam Watson, Joseph Russ, ;and! I same: rules, provisions, restrictions Ra- .
future exertions. ,
from Auctiun Sales made by them I Licklind ; and:} re uiaaom", as> is I to
in suit, if the conditions thereof h the Treasurer of tbisrrerriton' l pidly assuming a station, which has
respectively, to
in the
be violated. in office, lu, and thev! 'ire I tor "act to provide filet =

or such other person as he Sec. '3. Be it further enacted, That hereby, declared to be a body p:'Ii.'n.md I 1 I laving ofi'iii'.1! to-.vn of Tallahassee scarcely been the fortunate lot'of any I'
shall appoint receive the one of the Territories of the anion
to same. I and the of therein
it shall be the duty of said trti:.ee to corporate, by the mine ..m.i r\; .% i sue ots approved -
Sec. Be enacted That i while in her infancy, she bids fairto xl
V. itjurfhcr make a report annually, of the sittn-;; of the Trustees of the \\"e Jhrlllt' _Ac.idemv :i Deeem-er! llth, 1824, and yet

any person or persons who shall otTer tion of slid: trust to the Court off ;ads- ; 'ind as such, sh.dl be capable i I.L tho ">ift (to ainen.l the same," ap- ripen into maturity, adorned with ,

any property at public auction, contrary den County, which report shill contain and liable. in law to sue and b- i;l p-uvfd January, 21st 1827, subject ,. every feature calculated: to render her
to the provision. of the act to an ornament to the Nation, and one of
the revisions hereinafter :
the amount and situation of the sued, plead Se:<(Jed) anti /However: to A
which this is an amendment, shall fop the most valuable members of the body
funds arising from the sale of slid: shall be authorized to tu-tke swim! bye- ')ravl.t.l; for I
feit and pay to the Territory, in addition Sc. I'f it enacted That t politic. Though these reflections
2. farther :
lots, and if it shall at any time appear Lavs and' regulations: as !uiiv: bt; ..iere.ss.iry I
the fine I weighed the mindsofyour Com _
to already
imposed by
to said Court, that the amount of thc 1 )rthl! government of sjJ institution ths"i: Oc.r.iiiisS'oncr shall make i; upon
law a sum not to exceed ten thousand I II 1 mittee and had their operating influence -
ik'fi I f t'M: lo 1 sold I aforesaid I
bond given by said trustee is insufficient : Provided, That such byvliws : > ;); as ,
dollars, which shall be recoverable yet the true state of the ques
inthn and deeds of from the
to secure tho objects of said l: are not repugnant to the C.JMM'I-j.I j. tiKe trust pur- '
tm. manner as other fines and tion has not been abandoned from
trusts, it shall be the duty ofs.iid I turion and ia-> of the Unite:! )tact'.;, I'hdvjrfor tne payment of the pur- '

forfeitures. Court to require from said trustee an md of this Territory ; ,and ;for tint I i i ciia.'t5> nuir.ev! ,* and shall have the power such considerations ; on the contrary ;
See.:: 3. Br it further enacted, That the who shall they were the more impelled to exertion -
additional bond in i to npjuini trustees
sufficient have and
an amount purpose matt: use a rominon -
no tax shall be due to the Territory in order to sinew the invalidity
known saul amt shalld I-
to secure the same; awl if the serj, appoint such officers as I I In- n ; tru-st,
from auction sale of the claim advanced the State of
of lands by
any 01 : I.i,
said trustee shall refuse tt) give such (they think proper, and remove tin; properly belonging to any county additional bond when required as same fiom office for improper cou- >dt"iiji fur t iiis! troufl-j l and to defray I I Georgia. In this, they believe they ;
thereof) or ;:.ny lands or belonging shall succeed and that the matter maybe
property ,
aforesaid, she shall be removed from duct or neglect of duly. ;all ;incuiciii! d I exoencns .Ittl tlrtin 5 i >.iri I
to the Territory ; nor shall) OJ't' I. fully understood( they present, in
said trust, and the same shall be committed Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That trustj fie my monies! arisii' '
it be necessary to employ commissioned ;; a form as tia t ict and lucid as their y
to the hands of some other the said trustees and their succsssnsshall \ 1:11: the sale: <)f the lots of said I |
;i auctioneer on sale I[ circumstanc : having A
any trustee, to be appointed by said be capable of accepting and being quit l.';- i.-v njn. jfclrnit, every
thereof; nor on any sale made by any Court, and who shall execute bond invested with all manner of Set 3. tit further t nl1.cl-J, That :i! a direct re anon thereto.

officer under any legal process, or by and security as is required by this act. real and personal, all don.Jtio.-s;I property i iheajid C 0.iiifiiasioner i !hpi'i-x nve-ed, :, The first intonation of the claim of

any executor, administrator or guardian Sec. 4. Be further enacted, That I lifts, grants, privileges and I tuu1-; ;: !I l 'Jiui rerj'U,;' -i it; proucf (froai trespi>s I Ir I Il ihe Stile of Georgia, to a portion of
in relation to property sold by the r all i\\fi\ l l.'nJeserved! i''th'- lands neretofjre acknowledgedas
monies and effects received i by- I :ties whatsoever, which may ;ti"nt\ <: il. i I \ cofitijuo-.s to
them in that capacity.Sec. said trustees from the sale of said 'lots said institution, or which m-ir he- ...- .lie: city (0: vi: 'iltssce, for the use of'I the soil of the LTn'.ied! States, and
4. And be it further enacted, the Terr. I old as such tc) pi ate individuals, is
shall be placed at interest, or other- after be conveyed or transf.: rred i..i [ 0,1. -i such manner and
That so much of the act to which thisis wise disposed of, as the said courtmay themto have; and (11 hold the stuff I form as: is h 'r il1ft'r provided.Sec. : found in the !h'!:',e of his Excellency 0 VJ

an amendment, as requires the auctioneer order and direct, until the said for the proper benefit and belioor oi; 4. lie It farther enacted, That j I George )I. Troup, la.eiiovern3r : .- ,

at Key West to pay the tax heirs shall respectively arrive at the aid; Acailemv-: I I jf 'iiy son ; persons shall with- of that State, to the Legislature,

arising to the Territory from auction of cut the of the said Commis'or. [just before his retirement from office. >A
age twenty one years, or until th!? Sec. 3. And be it further enacted. i consent -
sales, to the clerk of Monroe County; same can be legally trhired: between That \;!Bert allY vacancy happen j: :; .:-t i r, CUT ownor otherwise destroy. I Ii This, to us most extraordinary claim,

and all other acts or parts of acts contrary them : Provided, Th.t; nothing bv death, resignation or may otherwise, I i t:1: :)tdiJ1: ; timber upon the said res'rvcBach f is according to the language of his

and the to the provisions of this act, be herein contained shall be so con- I of' anyone or more of the trustees 01"t" ,. person shall be subject to I Excellency,\founded upon "the char- :

same are hereby repealed, strued as to prevent the application, the Wcbbviilo Academy, tho survivors 'i pen-:lt} of ten dollars for every I crof Georgia, the treaty of peace of
and this take
after its act to effect from and from time to time, of such portion of or remaining trustees shall fill:i roe so cut down or destroyed, to be L778, the confederation of 1778, the rt

passage. he same as may be sufficient for the the same, in such manner: as shall [w sued for, before any Justice of the I present Constitution, the treaty with

Passed, December 13, 1827. education and maintenance of said pointed outin the bye-laws and Peace iu the County of Leon ; said Spain of 1793, and tho Constitution 5,

JN. DOGGETT, heirs, until they become of age, or _* of said trustees. regulation penalty to be appropriated in the of the State of Georgia." While tho

President of the Legislative Council.A. until the shall have other monies which Members of your Committee would
same been distributed Passed, December 20th, 182?. same manner, as
BELLAMY, Clerk. as aforesaid. Approved, December 22J, 1827. nay come into the hands of the said lot allow themselves treat with disrespect *

Approved, December 14, 1827. Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That Commissioner, from the sale of the arguments emanating from so

WM. M. MCCARTY the said trustee shall be authorized to .t..-; AN ACTTo lots. respectable a source, yet, so far as the
retain, as a full compensation for her constitute new Counties m the Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That uthonties cited are intended to bear

Acting -Governor of Florida. services in executing said trust, five ] County of Jefferson and for titer said Commissionershall progress with upon the question now under consideration -

AN ACT per centum upon the: amount of all purposes. I the Capitol according to the plan:' ofsaid they must be permittee to express -

monies received aforesaid Sec. 1. Be it enacted the an opinion, that a solitary glance
To authorize the as from the by Go- I building already adopted, ort
of certain lands disposition and sale sale of said lots; and shall, moreover, vernor and Legislative ('ouhcilof the ,inch may hereafter be adopted by at them will be sufficient to show that

heirs of John Tanner belonging deceased to the be entitled to retain a sufficient sum Territory of Florida, That there any act of the Legislative Council they afford not a shadow of evidenceo

to cover all s': shall be and and shall monies support the claim-a claim urged.
and to appoint a Trustee carry cxpen! ctually incur- hereby is, established, a apply any that may
the same into effect. to red in the,mauagefl&aafejof said busi- County by the name of Madison arise from the sales of the property by Georgia at this late period, tee

Whereas virtue ness. 'tr6ia to be comprehended within the vested in his hands, or shall arise from more than two thousand square milesof

Congress of, by the United of an States act of the! Sec. 6. And be itfurther enacted, following boundary lines, viz : on the sales of the lots aforesaid,towardsthe the lands sold as those of the United -

America, entitled "An Act oJTj I That this act shall be in force from the west by the Oscilla river, and its completion of the sam States

the right pre-emption granting and immediately after its passage ; most eastern branch or fork ; on the Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, : Though your Committee cannot
;o certain
1 settlers in the States of actual and that an act entitled, "An Act to north by the boundary line of the That this act is to take effect from. recognize as authority, any instrument -

Alabama and tho Mississippi authorize the sale uf certain property State of Georgia ; east by the With- and after its passage, and all acts and I'' which was created specially for
Territory of ;i
Florida certain for tho benefit of the heirs of John lacooche and Suwannee rivers and parts of acts militating against this the benefit of one party, without the-
a tract of land has 'I
been entered and purchased in the Tanner," approved January 20th, on the south by the Gulf., act, be, and the same are hereby, re- j concurrence and sanction of others interested

western land district of said Territory 1827, be, and the same is herebY,re Sec. 2. Be further enacted, That pealed. in the :soil, and having righU

in the name and for the benefit of- pealed. there shall be, and hereby ise, tablished I Passed, December 20th, 1827. equally to be regarded in the establishment ;

the heir of John Tanner deceased Passed, DeceraKer 15th, 1827. a county by the name of Hamilton, f Approved, December 22d, 1827. of the true boundary line* E
.which tract of land is known and designated Approved, December: 18th, 1821.AN to be comprehended within the following t l- still I, in order to investigate the whole

in the of -I : boundary lines, viz. : on the I AN ACT matter in dispute, they will proceed
tbe Ji-w.est plan said district, as & ACT : west by the river Withlacooche ; To repeal the law "regulatingthe io notice the points presented by hif

number nor ; quarter of section I To establish a Ferry across tho Ape north by the boundary line of the ceedings: constructing or repair- Excellency, the Governor Georgia*

four and thirty-three six in township 1 I palachicola River, at or near the State of Georgia ; and south and east ing partition fences." The charter of Georgia referredto
range north and west, Town of Aspalaga.Be his is of date 1732
and whereas the value by the river Suwannee. Be it enacted by the Governor end by Excellency Rand
land depends of said tract of it enacted by the Governor and Sec. 3. Be further enacted, That Legislative Council of the Territory was by 4 proclamation from.
principally upon the advantage Legislative Council of the the Georga the IT. of England. By that
to be derived from Territory County Court of Madison shall, of Florida, That the law reconsidered -
as a of its situation of Florida That Latinus Armistead at its first session, appoint five commissioners and passed January 5th" one thous- instrument, the southern boundary of
commerce and and Marcus A. Armistead be and Georgia only extended so far as "rho
\ trade, and whereas the heirs to select a permanent seat and eight hundred and twenty.seven,
of the
said John Tanner de they are herebyvested with the right of justice for said County : and the entitled, "an act regulating the pro- southern stream of a certain other

the said tract of land, ccased,to whom 01| establishing! a Ferry across 0 the Ap- same shall be established by the said ceedings in constructing and repairing great water or river called the Ata- ,
belongs: are in palachicola River, at or near the tamaha." Tho authority in itself
fants incapable of County Court, and regulated according partition fences, be and the same ,
deposing of the place<< where the said and
Arraisteads have to law. is is therefore entirely irrelevant,
vmio, ;: that itsvslue hereby repealed.
.irntty: y lessened J !i.' i it i is likely to be recently laid out a Town called As. Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That Passed, December 22d, 1827. has no bearing upon the pointsbut bya

n tu'i-iiuingin! its palaga 4- ; and they are herby'osted the County Court of Hamilton Coun, Approved, December 28lU 1827. f proclamation of George the ,III ten: Y

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Thglan& 0' date 1762, there rcaa annexed I ing article into efThct, onO vr missioner t tnittec Delieve" lhat they cpuld void .. and navigation, lcfu>en the United the ISavy.pay who Lieutenants have served of ten the year United* as Stati such

to Georgia "all the lands lying and one surveyor sHall be appointed i its effectsby protesting against its employment States of America and the King oft!. Read, and ordered to a second reading. *

betweon the rivers Alatamalia and. by each of the contracting ) ; for them i is no positior. '' Spain, made at St. Lorengo tl Real, Friday,Jan. 4th. .

St. Mary's. Accepting this last parties, who shall meet at Natchez, :. more easily sustained: in the estimation on the seven and twentieth day! of : Mr. Haync presented a Memorial from V

proclamation or charter as authority, on the left side of the river Mississippi of you"r committee, than the ono October, 1795." Here it is seen that !' the/ Chamber Charleston Commerce, South ,Carolina and other, citiens -

if before the expiration ofsix months, which objects to a party's making testimony the delegation from Georgia, representing pray
your Committee might enquire, by I Irp ing: that no increase of duty on imports
it, Georgia can claim; any line fur- from the ratification of this convention. to be used in a controversy the rights and interests of th.tt; may bfi made; which, 0;) motion of Mr. II., .

;; ther south than the St. Mary's river 1 1 ; and they shall proceed to run against his adversary ; but as your State in both houses of Congress, so t was ordered to be rcfericd to the Commit..

committee believe that tan late as the 1826( sanctioned an I tee on Mrtimf.icture VV
If the proclamation had even stated- and mark this boundary according to no injury year -

., !e: the head of that river, it could not, for the stipulation of the said nrticle. result from the use of this document, act which recognizes as the true .do- |: hundred Mr. Benton and fifty presented of.h the inhabitants petition of of t\\the"* *.! ? V

l Ti moment, be contended, that she They shall make plats, & keep journals they will proceed to an examination signation i of the head of the St. Ma !State of Missouri, prayingthat the price of

could have extended her southern line of heir proceedings which shall be of its merits. The most southern ry's river, the point agreed on by the I the public lands may be gintuated, that donations -

'i! from the head to one of its later.il considered as part of this convention, '! branch of the St Mnry's river i is declared commissioners. may be made to settler, and the
? .sh il have the force if to be the boundary of the V Your committece having concluded refuse ceded 1 to the States in which they lie, 1'
'branches, which might, in its devious i;: & ; same as tney 1 for promoting education nnd internal improvement
k -
inserted therein." The com- southern parish of Georgia and by the duty with which they were
course, and in conjunction with other j i were ; ; ordered to be referred to the*

streams, have gone much further ,4 I missioneis were appointed in pursu- adverting to the maps upon which hat charged, cannot close their report xJommittceon Public Lands.

'"': south than .he actual head of the St. :i -nice of this treaty to run the line ; river is markedIt will be seen that it without an expression of the most Mi. Barton presented the petition of a
V the United divides itself into branches noC anxious wishes that this number of the inhabitants! of the State ot*
the of two questionbe
; JVIary's river, when, in truth, thnt rlv- ;! and the one on part Missouri: that
a plan be for
': Straps his at large fete above its mouth, and by which it speedily and honorably adjusted may adopted a
:. cr is made the most southern boundary published journal ,,i ; mOl speedy adjustment of titles to lands V
3 of Georgia. j| in the : ear 1803. Th's journal, : discharges into tim Cumberland ,ISound. and l that some measures should be within the State, derived from the French

!I therefore, has tin.1 same effect as if it _' .-The southern branch here, adopted for the furtherance of tint Burl Spanish Governments ; otdcred to be
"The treaty of peace of 1783, is also is the alluded to desirable The refened to the Committee on PiivatcLanJ 7
were a "part oftho convention, and I unquestionably one object. emigration
? considered Governor Claims.Mr. .
by Troup 1..I inserted therein* and by it, the heador in the act of the provincial assembly, which has been so rapidly flowing into Eaton
ihenjiht of her presented a petition frotu
giving to Georgia This definitive present between source of the St. M.try's river is ; and to which, it is highly' probable this Territorymuch( of which ;has settled a number of persons in the Territory of
cI treaty -
4 .. ascertained to be near; the point Called i the claims of Georgia will never be upon the lands now claimed by Florida praying that the riht of ilravr-

f tho United States and Great Ellicott's '... ()LJnd. Here there was contested. The remaining part of': the Slate Georgia) induced a belief back on the exportation foreign mcrchaiu ,

Until", in describing the boundaries I II' I I that whi h mentions line that should dize may be extended to Key West Bordered -
p: i a compact solemnly nride and enter- act, a run- ve soon be received as a
Territories describes to be referred to the Committee
I' :,: oft'e American ';i tered into ; and as solemnly ratifi'd. niug due west from the head of that j mmber of. the confederacy, and it onFinance. .
line from the S
Z;: the most southern as a i by the Senate of the United Stales, i river, clearly establishes the incorrect was looked upon as the consummationof I Mr. Eaton offered the following resolution ."J\;

junction of the Flint and hatahoo- ill which body Georgia was r'present..1 ness of ilie position contended for by our political happiness ; but the which was considered! and agreed to. :..:
tf! clue rivers, straight to the head of the their excellencies and is in this controversy of this Resolt'tlThat the several reports for the -:
ed and of which her senators composed agitation question have .
may '
The confirmation ofland titles in the Ten
St. river. question itory oT
i Mary's
; Will it then be believed j a most valuable document the effect of retarding its .V ;
here what is the head of a part. progress, Florida, heretofore communicated to Congress V _
V, turns upon that Georgia, can in law, (viewing heras for Florida. All the authorities to and if these lands are wrested from our : be referred to the Committee on :>
: and in its
: ,:: the St. Mary's river ; which} reference has been made Public Lands.
1 r. one of the }parties to this compact) a jurisdiction, our political prospectsare
: we can only be governed by successfully assert a claim to the lands i concur in naming the junction of1 I blasted forever. Florida will House of Representatives. <:;
The St
I I : 'common usage.- .i\lary'sriv- I further seuth than the point agreed j the Flint and! Chattahoochie" as the t then present to disfranchised Europethe Man-lay Dec. 3b/ 1827. 'Pif
er has heretofore been represented as I It. : which this line must A resolution was reported by Mi. Malla- }&
upon by the commissioners appointed point at commence singular spectacle of a part of the
at near a certain point, I I ry.the Chairman of the Committee Manufactures
beginning or on
and the head of the :St.
that the American
under this Suppose republic, inhumanly
artificial land mark, treaty. por- in obedience to nn insdnotion of
; : designated Ellicott's by an mound Recently crown of Spain had continued in possession Mary's river," as the one at which it tioned among her neighbors ; and instead that Committee asking for power to send
called ,
!I i of Florida, would the govern- must stop. It follows, therefore, that of being permitted to form a separate for( persons and papers. This proposition .
branch sti earnhas I
however, another or have if this be ascertained led to aa animated and protracted
: ment of the Uniied States permitted boundary; can and distinct State sovereignty,
been found, emptying into it, rusiion, in the course of which Mr. !
I : that possession to be disturbedby by a line running due west from "the to clcsemiuate republican principlesand Oaklyinoveii
\ from much more southern direction an amendment, which did not
and the late Governor Geor- such a claim as is here presented, head of the St. Mary's; ," it will be encourage its votaries in every change the principle of the resolution but

branch its head in violation of the faith which she equally ascertained by a line running portion of the globe, she was prostrated merely made it more specific. The a- '
claims that ,
:, gia,now as and due from the mcndment prevailed, and the resolution '
plighted in m iking this compact east junction of the at the shrine of an ambitious
[;. having discovered that it enlarges the was then adopted by a vole of 102 to S3.
of the sacred obligation which it im. Flint and Chatt.ihoochie, and by anex'iiniiMtion neighbor. .,V
.. Territory of that State, beyond what Thursday, Jan. 3d., 1828. :..
; has heretofore been considered as her poses. To this your committee believes : of the map it will be seen Under these views tho committee On motion of Mr. WHITE, of Florida; it

t To shew that this there can be but one answer ; that a line running due east from the recommend the adoption of the following was Resolved, That the Committee on Public
actual limits.
g this and if the line between Florida andGeorgia junction of tiiost rivers, would pass to resolutions. Lands, be instructed inquire into the V
I F claim ought not to be regarded expediency providing; by law forth? tint
could not have been the north of Eilicot'i mound.
changed! ; Resolved, That our Delegate in
Jate day notwithstanding the apparent settlement of all claims to land in the Ten i- V
r.. plausibility, with which it is urged had Florida continued a Spursh province Ruceivin'j; this act of the provincial Congress be respectfully requested to tor; of Florida which have been presentf .

: ., the same reason must operate to assembly of Georgia, as evidence of urge an immediate adjustment of the to the Coinmtssioneis of the I'nhnl:<< '
t: let us, for a moment, suppose a the nnde1her the of that State States, appointed to decide and .
prevent change piescntcircurnst tPie boundary your difference, and to possible report nfon -
: known to exist procure, ,
which not
:: case, though the claims under the Fbi ida treaty, anil
l and possibly does, exist. 'nices. Previous: to the iroa- committee cmnoi perceive by what an order that the boundary line shall which! remain undecided.
yet may, ,
.' In l low and flat lands, such as are ty of 1793, a quesi'on of hOllnehry right she now claims the southern I heron and marked out in such direction =- -_:::__-- -_ .-- -'- ,'.

h known surround the head of.the St. would have been a legitimate subject: rr.nch of the St. Mary's as the }pointfr.hn as shill be in accordance with DOMV.8TIO.

Clary's river, ponds and lakes are frequently of investigation ; but after a solemn :: winch! this linn should be run.Tl.o .- law, and best promote the ends of :. --. ,

h found connected with etch determination of it by treaty, it is, and southern branch is known to be justice.Risolved j iomtherf1BeaCOr- : .:;

;. other by streams, which are large or must be, at rest. A treaty is the p,ira- inuny wiles south Kllicoil's mound, further, That his excel- The U. S. SchV. Grampus, Lt. .... ",
f mount l.uv: and can never be violated and the true line, according to the the Governor be
which rise lency requested to1 Comd't. LvriMKit fron
; small as the ponds give to t came up \>,
without a departure from those principles evidence adduced by Governor For-. address a copy of the above Report Hampton Roads tcrdlmornill '*
i.. "to them are swollen or depressed by ye !!, .f_
t;: rains or drowth. Suppose this south- which governments should ever I sylh, is to the north of that mound.I and [Resolution to the Delegate, and ''I and anchored between the Forty, and .;..:)":
;s cherish and observe in their intercourse fa line were run due west from the ask his '
urn branch to be formed by a continuation immediate attention to the in tho afternoon passed up to r the Navy /*

?: of these stream* (as it most pro- with ench other. !head of the! southern branch of the St.MTV'S same. Friday, 28./j Dec. 1827. Yard. We understand she has 'td
i;, ] instead of the.Appd.lchicola Mr. La Rna presented a petition of Inhabitants -
: pably is) and to be extended by a TliL'ir is another ooint of view in intersecting of Fenacola. far the incorporation undergo some slight repairs, after .'

;., chain oflakes and ponds across the which this question may be presented, at the junction of the of a Joint Stock Wharf Fund, in said which she will again s":,i. on a cruize.. '. .'

", peninsula to the Gulf of Mexico, and which, in the estimation! of your Flint and Chattahoochie, as it is required City ; and a resolution of ihe City Council j jon i \Ve have been favored with the following !- ',:I.;

!!I would the State of Georgia contend committee, must put it at rest. to do, it would be found to l Ihe} same subject.-Referred to Messrs.La list of her officers : S *.'
that river least miles Hun, \Webb aud Sanchez.
cross at forty
that the line should ho run'thence from the State of Lieut. Comd't.-Wx. K. LVTIAIKR.Licuts. : 1, '
w.; Thirty-three years ago lower down. This :deduced Mr. La HUH presented a petition of F S. .
1 and if she did would that argument .-Benj. Page jr. \V. 1 r.. : _
; Georgia looked quietly on, when, according djipman, praying compensation for services ;
it is from furnishedby
I claim be recognized 1 Surely not ; to the estimation of Governor as testimony pcifonned mid (expenditure made by Campbell.} ___r
that branch Governor Forsyth, is in the opinion him ; referred to the Committee on .Fi Purser.-Thomas Barron. "
for the obvious reason, a Troup, two thousand square miles of .

so formed, could not be considered as her territory, by a solemn act, were of your committee, conclusive upon nance.On motion of :Mr. Dell, Resolved, Thai Surgeon.-Robert ,. Dodd.

the source oi the St. Mary's river. and she O? subject. no resolution shall hereafter in the Sailing Jaster.-Franci Stone :
I: given to a foreign power \vissilent. : appear rUidshipmen. -
Your committee have thus examined
When} we speak of the head of a rh- .-At the same time, her senators Publir paper, as coming from the Journals .-William 13. Lync\ ,
its ill t tho documents upon which the of the Council, miles the same has been Robert W. Alden, Girdon C. Ash- c
technically mean source, in instead of :
#r, we Congit-ss !
interpus"l late and the present Governors of adopted, or by special order of the Council. N. G
} ton, Slaughter ..Alex'r.Gibsoil
: \nd not on') of its branches, no matter lug her claim, consented: to transfer The resolution relative to a Court of Admiralty -
A branch of a river is, Georgia seem to rely as authority ; West John E. Holt.
; : how long. awl ratified the net. Her representatives themselves at Key was adopted.The "J
and flatter that while
descendant of they resolution relative to the repeat by Capt's. Clerk.-Jordan Marchaut.
a the alert and V
properly speaking, ever on readyto
they have derogated nothing from Congres of the law of the Council V
Legislative Boatswain
the source-it is ustllS Hill.
: the ra.in river-not sound the alarm at tho slightest
that State have them Auction Sales
they given to imposing a tax upon ,
f the offspring, that inherits from the approach towards an invasion of her was r'jetted.-Yea 6, Nays 0. Naval.The U. S. Sloop of.ar Ontr. .<
such construction arid
i, source. If the construction conteml- soil and her limits, on this occasion explanation as The resolution relative to the erection, rio, Capt. NICHOLSON, sailed from Gibf 1!. :>.,.,
they are entitled to bear. tar llth ulr., for the United
properly 8mtes, via llv
t Troup be correct by Congress, of Jails at Appalachicola and *
'cd for not only neglected to assert her rights
by ,
of Africa
More, much more, could he adducedto Key West, was adopted. Coast and the West Indies.-- : ..
we should no longer look upon ; bat confirmed the contract so far as The frigate Java, Com. CRANE, sailed Ht!., ::
show) the f.illar.v; ; of this claim. If The resolution relative to a Light-House :.
Missouri a branch of the Mississippi could do it for the foi up the Mediterranean. "
as Georgia by voting .
taken in an equitable point of view, at St.'John's river, WHS adopted.The -. .
but should henceforth consider this resolution Snelxun, the Bunk RtJbherfhe MUll ;\
necessary appropriations to carry it would exhibit in coloursthe proposing an amendment 1
., it as the Mississippi itself. treaty into effect. Upon a more recent strong of the Organic Law so as to allow !real Courant of December loth. says. "oL :
'<1' i right of the United) States to hold the election of County Officer, except Judicial report i> going the rounds of the Aine-ri- >
ofl7TS cif.t occasion under similar circumstances
"The confederation -
f.'.., and exercise jurisdiction over th& soil O icera, was rejected. Yeas 4, can Tapers, that Snelson,the Bank Robber, ';-*
; ed in' the Message of the Governor ot Georgia has pursued the same in dispute. A treaty was formed expressly Nays 7.Atst0. (recently noticed in this paper as having "' '

: Georgia, makes not the slightest\ allusions course. By the treaty of 1819 the settling this boundary the r prevent Fire-Hunting; and to sailed from Quebec for Europe,) has bcc'i V ? ,

., to the limits of that State, nor government of Spain sold to the go- ; constitute trustees for West Point, Bay of taken up, and committed to the Quebec :\
Satc: of Georgia acquiesced in it, and Jail.-We have noticed the ,
Appalachicola, were PASSED. report from n-> ,
constitution o/the United States the .
) the by vernment
does ,
present for thirty three years she never pre Saturday, 2U// Dec. other suul"cethau the one above mentioned, ?'*<>
'which meant the constitution of the territory of Florida, embracing the tended to dispute it ; hut so soon as a An Act to raise a Revenue was reported, and therefore believe it incorrect.' *'.-

United States, allude to it. The reasons lands now the subject of controversy, country then almost unknown, unin- J' with its title stricken out :concurred in '..* Montgomery, January 11..:. .On! ,t,

r V which induced his Excellency to and Georgia still remained silent : Yeas 7.l'ays5. Wednesday it commenced raining :.
habited but bytiie became an :
savage, The Governor returned "An
'refer to these two instruments, are her senators joined in the ratificationof Acting net nnd cOllt.arJOcd about twelve hours. ,wi
object of interest, and teemed with provide changing the -vevue-ln criminal -.
not discovered'by yout committee the treaty, and still interposed no civilization &. weath! a spunousclaim cases,"-rejected. The bill was recommitted More rain fell in that length of limo ,j|

unless he intended to deduce there- claim ; her representatives voted is vanced &earnestly contended for.No to the Judiciary Comm ittee. V than had 'before fallen during the lut ,;.
from an argument, that the rights of away the money of the United Statesto An act to authorize and empower the SIX months. Our river has ngafn ris- \
matter what have been tho
V v secured to her at the this into effect and may County Court of Nassau to select a County -stertirw-boats "
Georgia were carry treaty again run--merchants
rights of Georgia anterior to the treaty seat, was PASSED.
::1 time she became a member of the still asserted none of the violated of 795, they cannot now be assert- Monday, Xlsl, Dec. again walk with busy importance '1

: common family. If this be the argument I rights of Georgia ; and yet wc are ed to lands within the Territory The Acting Governor returned "An act -and our town looks as if it .

t ffi. ,your committee are by no means told this claim has its foundation in her of Florida any bnrred .her respecting Ilstruys," rejected. The bill would again resume its wonted brisk. f.'
: they are by .
referred Messrs. Webb, abd
was Speight
I ,
but tlPSS.Ve
disposed to deny its correctness ; acquiescence and forbearance.Your were at a great loss what

.- while they readily concede that the The only remaining document referred committee cannot believe that an instance Dell.The Acting Governor recommended the to denomininate the weather, or what '." ..

rights of Georgia should be protected, to by excellency, is ** the can be found in the history of re-appointment :Datis Floyd, as Territorial appellation! to bestow on it. That it '.
contend that the rights of i Treasur*;Riphtch was agreed to. was nOI spring, summer, or autumn, io
must ,
they constitution Georgia. Could this nations where has been made J
others should be regarded as equally instrument, in the estimation of your &: ratifiedand, after treaty so great a lapse of punishing Acts! -for the tSieitidftyrcssion d ;turhers Religious of Vice.Worship and- 'Was evident, in being ilia month of !I'

sacred. committee, be regarded as evidencein time, one oftho parties has been per- and Sahnnth Breakers : and, to incorporate January. Neither could we reconcileit {

: Aferan examination into all the authorities the settlement of this controversy, mitted to rescind it, the ground the Tallahassee and Middle Florida to ourselves, whoa every thing look ,

I referred to by his Excellency it would produce no change in its that injustice has been upon done.-To Canal Company"; were PASSED. ed so gay and lively-when all nature

of Georgia, your committee have character ; because it employs the shew, further, the entire acquiescenceof : V .- appeared in green-tlie ]little bird I

; been able to fiud nothing in any of identical expressions used in the treaty the State of Georgia to the treatyof t ClNG1t BIONL.. l warbling their plaintive notes-:mil :

: \, them which comes directly to the point of peace of 1783, and the treaty 1795, your committee would call not even the social appearance oftho ;,

J': .In question except, in the second and with Spain of '1795, to wit, ," the the attention of the Council to an act IN SiNATE.: blazing fire to cheer us-to call it /i

t third articles of"tha treaty of Spain of head of the St. Mary's river." Your Congress, approved the 4th of May Monday, 31st, Dec. 1B27. winter. But our reluctance no longer

1795." This was Hreaty of friendship committee would, however, remark, 1826, to authorise the President to Mr. Benton presented the Memorial of it exists ; with the rain, Boreas

limits and navigatiou" between that his excellency John Forsyth, the ran and mark a line dividing the Territory -. eight,hundred praying citizens that Congress of the will State graduatethe of Missouri arrived, aud the chilling atmosphereof

the United States and the Spanish I. present Governor of Georgia, in a of Florida from the State of price of the public lands c ie.feried to this morning reminds us that it is;

_______ government, and the boundary line communication maie by him to the le- Georgia. It will be recollected that the Committee on Public Lands. indeed winter.-Journal.

: between Florida-then a part of the tislature of that State, since the mes- in consequence of the hostility of the : Mr. Johnson, ofKy., presented a Memorial Mobile, Thursday Jzn.I7.
from sundry citizens of Arkansas, Captain Vincent loaned us New Orleans"
State of
of Governor refers
Territory ofSpain-andthe sage Troup, as tribes, the commissioners under praying for the passage of the bill now before papers of the 12th instant. An account of

Georgia, Ono of the United States, is' authority, to an act of the provincial the treaty with Spain, only set- Congress; for Die graduation of the the celebration of the 8th hud not beeu.

; therein described as a line drawn from assembly of Georgia, of date of 165, tled the pointde8igQating-the head of: price of the public. lands. Referred to the published was in preparation by the. \ '

the junction th6Flini anil 'Chatta to shew that the lands embraced in St. Mary's. river,' from which the dine : Committee on Public Lnnds. coin m i 11 ee.-Kegttr.
I The resolution submitted Col. \V' D. STOVK has
following on !>I. been appointed
'" the head of the the of
'hooehic, straight to king's proclamation 1763, were should be run, and it was to consummate Thursday last, by Mr. Johnson, of Lou., Post Matter of Mobile in the place of Cult
St. Mary's river" employing the same laid out into parishes ; and that the the work that this act was assed. -considered and agreed to. B. S. SHOOT: removed.-idem.

language that was used in tho treaty most southern parish was declared to It provided therein U dial the line ResQlctd, That the Committee of Com After a long and unusual continuance of

of peace of 1783. To prevent a- be bounded on the Florida side by thei to be run and marked, shall be run raeice be instructed to inquire into the expediency low water till this time in the seMSon, which,
the of making an appropriation: to I has kept hack the cotton crop from arli't.and .
fly future misunderstanding as to i most southern branch of the St. Ma- straight from the junction of said I deepen and improve the entrances to, and retarded business generally, we are Ht V

true head of the St.lt1ary' and to as-I ry's river, and by a line running due FJint and Chattahoochie rivers, to the the Harbor of St. Marks, in Florida ; and length cheered with a prospect of Naviga- $

cartain it,.and definitively settle the west from the head of that river. Did point designated as the head of the II j further to inquire into the expediency. of; bU; Rivers, and brisk trade. Tile lute rains

Jine of demarkation ; it is provided inV this testimony, so recently discoveredby St.. Mary's river, by the commissioners I. erecting a Light-House at or near snid har-: have swollen the Alabara* and Tombeckbo
that j his bor. Thursday, 3rd Jan. 1628. I once wore, to nearly their ordinary stae,.
of of
the third article treaty, present excellency Georgia, appointed under the third article .
Hayne, from the Comraiiiea on Na- and steam boatsairja bt-i:1 to crowd. o.1Jr
.tb.it "in order to carry tho proced- a1ford on/ tau o for alarm, lour com of the treaty friendship! lirnitl i I yal Affairs, reported a ball t for in; \ V'-:; whrve.-Id


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5alc! of Public I amis, advertised to I Itn n onncing the intention of continuing he the nntives, in which the latter were Ten Dollars ftewari

]..' j.l-ice at thf Land Offices at Cahawba Troops in Floridain the positions they now defeated and driven back. An armistice a HmW
occupy. These will be read with interest Q RAN
au.l Tusca'oosaui }'ehruaa ', are indefinitely i was afterwards concludedand it.. AWAY from the Bub
by Col. Whites constituents, and requireno I acriberon the 9 tb inst.
pcnfl'oned.-Jd. ,my
Sew Orleans, Jan. 10th remarks fiom us, except the expression was expected Peace would take place.COMMERCIALLY I Port of Pensacola. Negro Man Stare,
of the of our acknowledgements for the favor : IMPORTANT. -
the iuet
(;Efl. Andrew Jackson, .
Mate, armed in this city on Tuesday, the doue by enclosiug them to us.: An obliging friend" has politely furnished ARRIVED.Jan. J\1 l1'ElHe \,.

K !h itivt. at one o'clock in the afternoon. WASIIIXGTOX, Dec. 8th, 1827.i I' dated.Rio s with the following JANEIUO extract,27th of Oct.a 1827.letter: 23rd.-Schr. _Brother and had on, when he left my house, s
leceived in a manner commensuratewith lIon. SAM'L. L. SOUTHARD, | of colored
U f wa pair coarse olive pantaloon
"The Cortes have passed a Law, whichha Sister Stoddard Mobile.ENTERED..
he ha< enderedOflr0Un' olhe"ary, :
the snticei Secretary and a round-a-bout of the same lie if a
ofthe gratitude of Lou- SIR-In the hicn has been received the Imperial sanction, placingthe .
mid expressive Message sh
ort thick built fellow
try duties all not much above
ilianiil1l.! We had preparrd and pot in type transmitted {fto Congress by the President on import from nations at" Jan 23rd.-Schr. Elizabeth, For- five feet high :bony face, swelled cheeks,
for this lay's publication, a part of the pro- :ion the4h inst., it u mentionedin recurring fifteen per cent, without regard to treaties.
( syth, New Orleans. Cargo S. Pat- and no front teeth ; about 40 yean oM-
e...--.ling of Tuesday, but were requested Uo the provisions ofthe act ofthe last ses- I I
_ Took Lima
I Lthe Committee arrangements to post- j'lion IIi Congress providing for the gradual Commodore PORTER, 'advertises, under tets ;n, S. Hambleton and to order. away with shot-gun and
will be fur- date of Nov. 15th, a number of commistiont j t hatchet. .
it until tomorrowhen it j 4 improvement of the Navy, that the erec- SAILED.
prur II The above reward of Ten Dollars it all
which had been urn ,
for privateers, sent to
Marine for the
tion ol
nivrd; ut complete I Railway Way repair Jn. 24th.-Schr. Brother and Sister
I -
be for the
New Orleans. Jan. 12. t of the public ships" ha* received by the Supreme Government. He is ready necessary expences given
G'n'fal.Ja"k!on kit the cit tJ' last night nun the Executive the attention required to dispose of them to any person" .ho ;; Stoddard, St. Andrew's Baj.S30REWARD. recovery of the said Slave, byE.

1,1'1"een twclre aiurone ()'r1I d% i-n l'oaid by that ttt"-'" The strong solicitude which may wish to ann vessels against the enemy, A. SIERRA. 11
, thr stfam boat Columbia fl'r\h: Md'ulchronV is felt I.v the Ten itor> 1 have the honor to i in the manner provided for by the laws of Pensacola January 14th. 1828.-44rf.NOTICE.

plantai'mn, \\ here he will remain tiiii.l represent, a* well ns all those States the the land. ...
SiindctT. ptf'ViOtIS to his erabxrLatiou vn 'Commeice of which. passes through the Under date of Nov. Itlth, the same Commander WILL be given, for the apprehension, I .

L..Mrd the rocahontas.Mobile J Gulf .of -Mexico, would have induced me I gives notice, "that rtgreeably to'!' delivery at Cantonment Clinch, Administration on the

II ,Jan, 19.-After an extraordinary i most respectfully to inquire at wnat time: it the order of the Supreme Government, and t (\r to me at this place, of LETTERS laieJosa HOJCI Pea*

._ continuance of dry weather anA low rivers, !i "as iL-teudeit by the Department, that that in i conformity wild what the laws ami ordinances }i \t\R'r l.X HUTTO Y E., E: -' which thicatenrd deprive us almost entirely provision of the Bill, should be carried into provide concerning tile matter, every 1,I by the lion. the Court
.- of water rnmui.icntion with the in. execution. 1 was sensible from the disposition vessel! onboard of which !shall be j who was in confinement, under H charge f forth County of Escambia.County all

____ teiKM. ue are at Ir-ngth cheered wilh the which has been manifested on all occasions found property belonging to the enemy ot attempting to murder the Carrier of h demands said; Estate peraorisaving

ttrrnaU of Steam Boats released from the : to promote the prosperity of that shall be conducted, the port of Vera Crur the United States'!: Mail for the purpose of I requested to against the saiie immediately are.
embargo: aud tidings ot hih> water. Late Territory, that the provision to which: I for adjudication : and that tile same shall robbing the same, and made his escape and those
indebted desired
are to
rams have raised tr.e Alabama and Tom- refer, would receive the attention of the be done with all vessels on hoard of which/ i i on the evening of the 23ni inst. make
heckbe their ,rdinc"\ height without alreLltuiliry I Executive: as early as was compatible shall be found articles contraband of war, t! payment, to
to ( nr IT nr* nn is 3 well known
of their' recediivsr again slmitlv. with other indispensable branches of the i intended for the use of the enemy. :|I JtlLtJ JL J.: 0 in the neiglrborioo John Innerarity,
the Cotton, of r public seivice.As Is th"re no cause to fear that the commanders -
tii'd ue may nu\v expect i\Inch ne have as yet received but a small[ the erection of this :Marine Rail Way privateersand the comts at Vej 16th Jan 1828. 'U---8t.
ponion for want ot"conveyances, to pourini.i is the first public work lor the lepair of'j'.'ta Cruz. may put a constmrliun on these -t

maik* I rapi
bu ;im' : .The newly i appointnl Post :Mastr being 101 such magnitude, both in reference tu our --- -- POST OFFICE, .IIL oi FRANCIS' ROCHKBLAVX deceased,

: hent to the Lt'pUlatiiie, the laic illc m- Commeice, and tiie defence of oui ( iuti- I {jt'E\ ,\'\IJ.I Pensacola, 24th Jan. 18-28.-45-4t are hereb) notified that the undersigned .
t.fnt. V P uudt-rst.mil. will continue to attend try, I take leave to ask when it is contemplated I -- --- Clerk of the County Court will ex officio

to the duties of the office, until the arrival to commence the woik ? As it is FvnztzLiverpoot Ci-cularoftte! 2lst A'or. No TICE. administer on said estate,pursuant an or.

ol'hs ?juccessor.Jew. placed by the act ol Congress at the: discretion (ill the 17th there was a brisk demnnd of Adninistration the der of the Hon. the Judge of the

.- .,--.----- ..-:-- --- ofthe Executive: : and the sum found for cotton, and upwards of 7000 bugs "ere- LETTERS \\illiain SH>ree, late on ot the Court. M. CRUPPER Clerk.County

lT l)! a O' tFHlB. from necessary the appropriation for its execution of three to millions be taken of sold There at the full fair prices of the pubi.c sates. I County of Escimhia, deceased, having by J. G. DRAKE.. D. CTk.
was a demand
_. -- yesterday j (been gr.inted to the undersigned by the Pensacola, 15th January 1828-44tf.
dollate for the improvement of the Wavy, I upnai.ls of 1>"H) bags were sold, but as '|
., hope I shall be excused: : for urging some the holders continue to meet the: buyers ,Jinn. toe County Court for the Countyof LAND .A.GENCY.
considerations in lavoi ufit:5 Escarnbta all persons having dern'lnclagal'
: speedy accompli -
freely no been obtained
i (ill st the estate of the clecpaCied E subscribers have opened an of-
-hment. are T" ;
last l week's
prices, and we still quote New j
The geographical position of that frontier, Orleans 3d (caikd upon to present them without deLi lice for the purchase and sale of
I at 5.} a Alabama :> a 6tnd
I -.iiid those indebted Lands, at St. Augustine in the house formerly
the ) ,
scattered settlements which now exist: : Upland at 6 a H.Jd per lb. The sales to day are requestedto
or may hereafter be formed, the districts of ale abont 1500 to 2000 bags: of whici. IIJ [I, unite.payment i.-iniicdiatpiy! toAnn occupied by Col. Perrault, at the
Country ubove either incapable susf-tin- sire Biazi'. and the market is rather heavy, 8. rbree. so II h west corner of the public square.

log a population. or covered with Indians, ithout any alteration in prices.NEWYORK idm.mstrat wu-re persons desirous to accomplish ei-
I render it impossible that they can sustain I Jan- 1t. ix. f'er purchase or sale-' of real estate, are
li.; January 21.t, HQ8-45-
.t the assaults of an exterior enemy. Ouronly CfJJ017.The transactions for the last .' !requested to leave their command .
resource iu the event of \\"ar would be three d tn., hnve been confined to tlpitnilsof j \0 fu-fc \ long residence in the Territory of

-'-"'- the protection afforded by our armed vessels which about cOO bales hare bre.i .
4 .\\', .1 \ l'.An2lfJ. l lh:!8.r and fOrflfi "tiolls. It is not only tr.esalely i\ cents, 120: at 9 Cf"ntand about 100 inl"--!; Is i l1'rf'bg'1\ t"II u mi i Creditors, legatees become intimately acquainted with near*
ju i a J of that pot (ion of our coun'ry, whicn I ri-'r; at 8 1-2 a 8| cents. and ..letsonentitled: to distri- !> ail the individual claims to land, in this

\ critf Suns 1'eur. i must form an important consideration in:I Baltimore. Jnn. 4. j ouiion: of the Estate:: ilha-n SrbreeJ district, as vII as to their titles locations

---- .-= :.;: ._ _-_- any system of National del uce, that re Cotton.-Virginia, per lb.. lOa !1Q. UpI J I deceased, that all djts: and deminis of qualities and relat.ve value And the in-
Florida Laics.-'\\-t'-c'ommence-i in this pa- commends this measure, but the protection land fail qtnl. 10 a 10j ; I.omsiaiva, 11 1 a whatsoeveratjre against said estate will' creusing:; applications: made for information -

per the publication of ie I Laws ot Florida, of the Commerce often States, amounting ; I 1'; ; North Carolina. 9 a 10.] ; Tennessee, t be barred unless exit uted w' '.i,'n two from every part of the United States

passed x\ the rith SCSMOII ol'ihe Leg!!lative to more than one third of that oi'thir whoie if) a 11; Alabama, lOa 1 llj.Savarui'Ji.J years from the tiiut ot grautirig1 lettters more especially!} respectmg sugar estates

Council, and shall continue to n :,enFtJinc United States. 1 .hall not occupy any por Jan. 5th. of administration. has induced them to belieie, that an establishment -
oi il).:m wctklv I until tiie whole are tion of your valuuhle lime by an enumeration CfJlI"nTIle of
trinscLI"'i: UplamU Ann 8. Sebree.vldminisiratrix. this kind could: be rendered
completed. The..e. together will: Legislative ofthe advantages of Pensacola Buy asa have \b .
I ''('n limited ; 8. a 9 cts tTIib. -I useful to the p bljc.
I'roci'ethng'5. occuj a large portion o f1Ti5 .Naval Station, it has been justly celebrated capsj !ered the qtio'ati,'ii,. tiumgh in nfeu All! orders directed to them, for copiesof
sheet: : but iho repeat ofthe Coiuuiiltre, for more than a century, ha: received I j Pensacola, JlnlJr2ht: 1828-15-4t.
in-t.inces rime sells abovour! highest : surveys, maps or plans,as well as other
en the Mitject of tle: Florida i'ud Cieoigiaboiiiid.iiy I the commendation ol our:Naval, and Engineer ;-
I I and inferior below 'Mir lowest quotations i information, on the above subject, will be
) line, is a document winch wecuiild officers, with all of which you are perfectly \\ .
I -principle & ies a 9. furnished without delay. Letters, post.
ntt omit and lamiliar. Notwithsanding its selection
will be
Naval Station .*ta Islrnds are m fair df-rmn-U, we cut desirable dwelling house!' heloncra. -- paid, directed to the land dgcncy, 8k .
read w;th interest by I most of our I as a we should *t. thit
patrons.Lcgisiatire singular nnonialy, having the public vessels : t'tiuc tUv <]'ioTati'His-it IS '< 2.5 fine are a. to the Estate of Samuel ft. ./lu.u'rin will receive due attewlion.

Council.- The FlU! ida Advo- sent out of the Gulf for repairs, if the li'jfi'ier, and iii :a few ;nstant-3 I(>r fancy' Overton, will be rented on reasonable: JOHN LEE WILLIAMS

4 atc of Jnn. i::!:!J.. cuuiai..s' L.e i lative President had not in pursuance of tiii act, brands JO and upwards :ire p.I'J. terms, by the year, to an approved Ten WILLIAM H. SIMMONS;

Proceedings: to tile :Hist nil. Jnclu! n(' ; and .determined to have erected this radiating Coin dull, ht.d! l at 50 cents in small I ant. FRANCIS J. FATIO. '

*e t.ave no later information except byjij.ort. .:\1 a I illc Rail "ay. The timber employtd i quantJtje -.ca.r6u u ,45. The }Furniture Dec. 27th, 1827.44tf

It is srfid that the lianU Kill had in (building and repairing our vessels of vvar MOBILE, January 19. belonging to said Estateis for sale; application References;
J.p.t' and that it was understood that I it I is the product ofthe country and the materials Coton.To consequence of the lecentri may! be m.deto the Administratrix, Col. Jos. M. White,
the Acting Governor should put Ins t''o'on r are now shipped several thousand I >e of tie Rivers, more cotton has ai rived at my residence Delegate I from Florida, .
it &ullicient nunihei miles to Northern :'iafa this week than in any \H'ttK clul lug the sea Mr.
a Members! s were in some : Js ; to be I Henry S. Tanner, Philadelphia,
:avur of N :u pass it in opposition thereto. applied to the purposes of" repair, when son.-It however has gone ulY very freely Robt. Mitchell, Doctor Brush New York,

\\esli.dllht'llh.lc !i.ave a Lank, if we can these could be effected on the ?put without i at 7 a 8& cents.-No very choice lots in Jlitorney in fact for the Bernard E. Bee, Charleston

find sto k-holdii.s >ui1icltnt: to put it in operation. the los, of time a.nd.expence, and injury j'to j' maret. such would bring 9 cents. The -idminittratrix.Pensacola Mr. Janes: Williams! Baltimore.A'OTICE. .

It was Mipposed that the Council I the public *erviccincident to the present I ,ales are- principally.. at- about 8. .... Jan.: 25!h. !83.-45---3t. -
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*C'Uld adjourn on last Sunday) en-mug.; arrangement. Such was the conviction in --' : =-: .
Pensacola Price
Congress, ofthe strong acce of audi: NOTICE.
kity _. hereby :;iven to ail Creditors
County Clurl.-Tne January Term of an establishment on the liulf ofIe.l.icu T ETTERS of administration IS
the County Court of !::icambi.. County, was wriei\ a motion was made to strike that : Corrected wedI! lit Id List \H l.k. It sat the whole week being from the Bill, that there was uot provision .- granted to !he subicriber oi::1Itie of the Estate of Jan.1* },I. GATLK,
ten Estate of Jacob
late of
ate the
the full time allowed by law ; but: we votes in favor of it. Bagging,-yard 23 to 28 cts. County of Kscaniba deceased. County Escambia, deceased
midci stand nothing but Probate buninessvat. J shall tiouble you no further than to ox- Bal : Hope,'lb.>> 10 lo 1.j Hon. .lud of the by the ,thai tiieir! claims and demands will be
; County Court. all I .
< dour at it. A Grand Jury was empau- Dress n'hooc. that as goon as the eziPencie.. i t bacon, 7 per"IOS barred at'.iie expiration of two'ears.*
t-iled and sworn by oidoi of fm honor, of your Department- permit, we co "hall-- I I tI Beef, bbl. i) to 12 $ will mke who are indebted to the said Estate:. from the date oi"; the: Letters of Administration

Jr.ilj-: 7"witchcll, who gave them a Charge *ee this great public work in a train ol successful b utterCciuiitrv Ii,. J3: to 16 CIS. ant Immediatepayment those .'ho iuve !lermtids to the subscriber granted to the Subscriber\ unless
v.a.; : v.e lejrcl that they did not think itnot execution. Noithein 2O to 25 ,. it a- exhibited withs.i% that time, to
will '
::: while to 1 equest a copy of tor puLl iba 1 have the honor to be, Bees'Wax. lb. 22 to LV ? gainst present:: t.e! sanu 0 Charles I D. Brodie.jtf .

t iUI.. I Your Most: Obe't. Serv't. Cotton, Upland 7| to tfj ., F. H. Nisbt,

One or two Bills of indictment were I .Ios. M. \VLite.DEPAHTMEVT Copperas. h.the. bbl., Ib. 3.J Administrator.23rv Pensacola, 16th Jan. tlmi.'ittlrattr.
foumi but it 1f'iI n.r the prevailing: opinion of CNAVY oIIee, PI itne GI cen, by the Jm : ], 1823-45-St. The Norfolk i88l1.4t
!t.! .Members of the Ba i. that this Couit : ? hair: -1'' 16 to 18 cts. Herald, will please insert

possesses 110 Cnminaljurisdiction: the perM i 27th December, 1827. $ Corn. by the Cargo, bush. 75 cM.Cordage. ;. he foregoing, once a week, for the space
>IIS indicted were recognized to appear at SrR..r have the honor to acknowledge I Ib. 1t> cts. I NOTICE.ETTER of four weeks.Twentyfive.

the next Tri m of th. Superior Court. the receipt of your letter of 1 the i ytn m .f. Ciu-ese./ Ih. 9 to 10 cts. L I ? Testamentary- the Estate

Martin Hutto, who was in confinement, respecting the erection of a Marine Railway Coin Meal, bush. (none) 100 I of.J 01; A. Kodgers late of the; Dollars KewanL

under a charge oFattempting to murdei the. at Pensacola. authoiised by the act olthe Flour, \Ve>tein bbl. 6 $ ('OlilltV of Escambia deceased, having RAX
Carrier of the United: :'(nt\."'..' !Mail, for thej last session Congress for the gradual! Northern 6 75 i hf''n granted to the mderMgned hy the AWAY from th6

urpose of robbing the same, was brought improvement i of the Navy, and waning; to Gin, Holhtisl: Gall. 1 25 to 1 60 Hon. the Connty Court of E ia subscriber on the evening" .
1/eloie the Court ba Writ of Habtns C'oryut he informed what time the work will probably ( ount.y. ? 43 County, all! persori who have cam of the 6th inst ,a Negro Fellow I

for the jHJiposeof fixisg: : on what amount be commenced. GLIRpO1'.IIerKeg: 650 to 7 50Hides. against the Estate. of the any demands named BEN-about S ', $,
of Bail lie should be released ; the It- is nut in my power to state at what Dry lb. 9 cts. are called to deceased, feet 9 inches high, light co- \
Jui'.ce! rt-quired two secuiities in the sum ofSjiio'X time the woik will probably be commenced. Salted 5 delay and upon those present them without I: bred negro, very likely, inclined on close
; ). and Hutto unable I Enquiries have been made and indebted are requested examination to favor his
being to pro- the necessary I ron. Ih. 51 to 61 to make right leg while 1
CIIIC them, was remanded to custody. I information sought, but the examinationsand Lumber, Yellow Pine, M. 12 to l 16.:$ payment immediately to walking. Had on a pair of blue cloth .
Since".hich, he has, a second time, made i I estimates have not been completed, for Red Cedar, prime 20 cts cunic ft. James Pcndleton pantaloons and a Russia Duck roundabout.

his escape, and a reward Thirty D-iJlars! obvious reasons, some of which are to be Staves:: \V. O. Hhd> M. 18 to 2i:) : Executor. The a'oreward will be paid on his de

has been offere 1, by the Post-Master oftnis found in the state of the Navy Yard. Pipe 20 to 25 ? Pensacola, Jan. 23d 1927.-25-8t.NOTICE. livery to me, with all reasonable expenses -'

place) for his re apprcliensiou. See Ad- There are yet no buildings finished for Shingles 2| to 5 I I -or if taken nn at a dlSt.lnrpnr'- ------- -.... ,-.nn.-...
erttltemet1. accommodation of the Otliceis and Leather, Upper, Side 250 (01 25cts.Soallb. : fined in jail, sa that I ray get him again.
workmen, wharves or other means to facilitate 2S to 31 James B.
Mr. Clay's Addrtft.Many of the pa- i the construction of the Railway. In :Mackerel, No. 1. bbl. 8? IS hereby given to all creditors! legatees Cclburn.CFaiborne .

pcii recently received, contain: an Ad- uch a state of things it would be impracticable 2 0 and persons entitled todistrbu- 8th Jan 1828-44tt

dreis of HENRY CLAY to the Public, con- to commence the work ;' as soon as '. 3 5 .., tion of the Estate of John A. Hoct ers. ..:

Taming certaixi testimony in refutation of the improvements at the Yard have progressed Molasses, Gal. 30 to 35 cts deceal" that their claims and demands A J 1ai

the charge against him, mnde by Jen. I .''sufficiently, the Executive will Nails, cut, Ib. 9 cts. on sard Estate will be barred at the! expiration LEON

ASPF.IW JACKO.H.! touching the last Presidential doubtless perform all its duties under the Wrought, 1Si to '.!.j cts. of two years from the time of grant. I COUNTY
Election.: ; "' Tlii document occu- Law. I am, very respectfully fcc. Pitch, bbl. ? 4 $ ii.g Letters Testamentary, unless exhibited ; MIDor.l1 rJr.caIDA.:

pies stren end an half colmnnt, smell type, Sam. L. Southard. Pork, bbl. 9 to 11 $ to the :subscriber within th. !same.

4)1'tfie National Journal, besides a long appendix Hon. JOSIPH M. WHITE in Pepper, lb. 25 cts. James Pen ltton THE FLORIDA HO TEL.
: it is! therefore impossible for us to : Congress. Potatoes, Irish, bb!. 2 $ 1 HE Subscriber having
insert it at length at this time but l Iecutor. un-
;- as it
Sweet btish. dertaken
is one of those' papers which we feel boundto DEPARTMENT OF WAR fi:!& cts. Pertsacola. Jan. 28th, 122S4j4t.NOTICE. the superintendence
lay before ourreadei we shall endeat December 29th, 1827.: 5 Rosin, bbl. 4 :$J of the above named esUblishment. -
SIft. Rice, cwt. for the
it with accom-
Tor to Gic as -
delay u.s possible. I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt Rough bush. 60 to 62i etc modation of travellet and regular boarders

of your communication of the 25th : Rum, Jam. Gal. 1 25 to 1 50 IS hereby given, to all Creditors Legatees (recently occupied by Col Pindar,)

Jn'err.prrcncc. man by the name of instant, in relation to the propriety of continuing Raisens N. E. do. 45 to 5O and persons, entitled to distribution I r.ost respectfully solicits the patronage

John Hamilton, was found dead on Wednesday the Troops in Floiida, in the positions Muscatel, box 4 to 5 $ of the Estate of Col. JOBS MiLtta, i .t\ bs friends and fie public in geiienU ;

last in a small shop in this City they now occupy, and have the hon New Bloom, 3J to 4 late of the County of Escambia, deceased. : .suring them, that his table shall be'furnished -
he 'had been drinking the night before with; our of mforming you that no change will be Sugar, Orleans, in bbls. 9 cts. that their claims and demands will be with as Rt)1)(1 aa this section of the

Another man, and when'' found in the morn- made for the present in regard to them. Leafaud do. in hhds. 6 to 84 barred at the; expiration of two years. country can afford, his bar with a variety
i have the honor to be your obedient Lump 20 to 22 cts. from the! date of the Letters c.: choice hm
ipg was setting on a bench. perfectly dead, servant Shot, bag, of Administration liquors ; sables' with good .
>uh a bottle before him. He was with his JAMES BARBOUR. Salt, in 4 bush 3 $ granted to the Subscriber unless provender, together' with an attentive
hack against the partition and his head I Iiaflgin To the Hon, JOSEPH M. WHITE. Bushel, bags, 3| to ;3 J :$ exhibited within that tirnetow. ostler. And if unlimited attention, com.

; on one" sine, precisely like a man I House of Representatives. Segars, American AT. 75 cts. Hasell Huntddnrinittrator. bined with moderate. charges, are sufficient

asleep ;-Lut it was the sleep of death :_ J. 11 Spanish t o\'t 2 inducements* heat least cannot but.
an Ii\\ful"'arning to drunkards A Coro- j From the 1u: ;more Gazette. ? to ..v confidently share
Steel a of
German expect .
lb. PensacaJa public
24th Jan. 1828. pa-
V 17 t5-4t. .
ner's From cts
held Bafavia.
inquest was over him on Wednes' -By the arrival of Crowley '- tronaev.OO .

day, after which the body was buried. the Rajah, at Salem' we have the Blistered, 16 16 to to 20 18 NOTICE.LETT -- :: The Florida Hotel is a large ancl

The Cpurt of Appeals- was to have been following intelligence Tar, bb American). lt 6 to JO RS of Administration on the on commodious the west side building of Government Beautifully situated

Hid! at Tallahassee on Monday, the 7th: Capt. Cook, Boston, commander Tobacco ChewingCommon 311 3 of JOHJT U.IJATU, late of and expre'ly calculated! for Square

in>lt.. Lut after being adjourneJ, from day ofa Dutch country vessel, was risen Cavendish lb." .IQta 12 the County cf Escambia deceased, having Public House, being in a an respectable *
30 eiigiWehituattun
lu day until Thursday, was finally adjourned .i upon hy his crew,consisting of natives, Tallow, lb. 8 to"ct 50. been granted to thesubscribcr.by,th* for business -nd in the imtnrdi- .
to Court in course, only one of the and after Whiskey the Hon. the County Court of said County all ate of
-ud-e a spirited resistance during by Bbl. Gal. 30 to 32 vicinity the principal reacts IcadJcg;
; being .... .
present. I : persons who have den.%nds
any against to and from
.e ......... v.hich many of the mutineers were the Estate of the

Col. WHITE has forwarded to us the (ol- killed, hu was at length overpowered A REC.JlL1 called upon to present deceted them without are hereby delay David B. Butler. .

1.Jpwing. ropy of a Ictietto the lion. Samuel:I and, together with the mate, the only HAVING sold the six Negroes as they ; and all persons! o.ingany Jhinjf to Tallahassee Dec. 26th. 44 --U. .
Secretary of the Navy, topethcr whites which l ofTerred said Estate
Will" hh on board, were murdered and a Reward are requested to pay the same 0
reply the of Sa'
.Viaiine Hail-way at the on subject of a thrown into the sea. Oimdrttl Jj9Uan, I now recall all immediately, to Yl\\JN1),

tL-!:' 4ice i ancj alo" no!Navy? horn raId the,Hon.near! I A battle was fought on the 25th rewards fur them offerred by me. Charles D. Brodie, A BRACELET OF GOLD ,,r IRE, 4

J1al.':, BaLLt.3, >< ..4i% (d;' ''Var nn- ,lA.ul htsvcen the Dutch troops and lan. 18 Richard Legon. Administrator t:1ith a large Gold Clasp.Euquire :

I 4) 45-, !, ,Pesuaw1ae 16th Jan. 182& 44-- t. at this 01%r"thf' >

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ifk Friday tlc 8th day Sale.cf February i."..:..>: '...........................................................,.......,....................'....).:............"...........................'.."...........................Z......'"..............".....\.......................4IZZ........................"......%...?;.......................'..............'..............................%........................."S...4IIZLZZL.........................................................%......%.......t.....\..'..'...,..'......................."...................-......................\......."....................L.QL. ........;....:'- TIE following NoTt Articles!JE.of Ordnance: --

next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. 1- shall of : : IDiI Ordnance Stores, the property
fer fur s.\Ie at public Auction at the of the United States will be offered for

I Court House in this City the following I I A COUNTING.HOUSE sale at Pensacola, Florida, on toe 10th

property, or so much thereof as will &*tSI t day of April, 1828 ; deliverable pur-

)' the Corporation of Pensacola, for Taxes chasers at the following places, viz. : __ __
; due thereon to the 31st day of December .
up CD A 11 m Ji1 I ,139I .4
Pc 1827 ; unless the Taxes are paid Point of No., O1tDNACE. I'o
"! ta the subscriber before the day of sale, m Delivery-I- \Veigbt

: !..1' together with all costs and charges. E FOR TBB YEAR. 12 pdn Iron Cannon 1.2,000
tt M. Simon, Lot, No. 3, fronting Tax. I 5 6" .1 dito. 6,50( ()
c L.:1:: Bay S 9 45 J JJ '' Penacola.e! 7 4" clitto. 8,540

Itl' J. Castre, 1 lot, rto. 12 1 75 t 1838 : I 2 12 U U Canonadeti 1)800

Pinchbac,2 lots. Nos 32 33 1 40 t 1 9" "' ditto. 750

!: John Donaldson, lots, Nos 38 Being Bissextile or Leap Year, and the 52d of American Independence. Tartar

;t!; 40 87 88 99 104 202 203 303 LiU Point,

#04309 310 311 312 313315 arthe I ,
:318319320, arpenl lots Navy ,.3 18 !' ditto. 11,400

k.. Nos 45678 1013 14 15 1617 Yard.. Har. :
;. 18 26 41 42 43 44 56 57 58 59 17 51 Jar of P nlacoll -

;r1l .Am ibert Dufresne, 1 lot No 42 52$ a Clo i:!: ::;:: *1tJ //j! ). J

.. Estate of,. ummiugg, 1 lot No 44 87& 25O 0z G rtca wo s 2aa End of St.')
: Pranc'uco: Collantes, $ lot No 70 874 i : > O > Hpfl Rosa 1.lIind .- I

1I:: :Marian Paster, 4 lot No 74 50 .' p4 c a *J ). MOON'S PHASES. oppo1324 pdrs Iron Cannon 14,100
Alphonso Salas, $ lot No 75 1 26 O .4 '.4 Site the }J 18 II ditto. 11,400

:, .! Joseph Saul, 4 lot No 87.4 lot 244 "4 Barranccu 12 ditto. 6000 -

:i 1 lot 251, 1 lot 262 & arpent JANUARY 1 2 3 4 5 ,,- --- ------ ----- lfi HarJ1Jr ofPemacQlu'J J,2 ,'

4 t:. number 45 2 53$ II' 6 7-8 9 10 11 12 1 Full Moon 1st day, lib. 50m. even. ill

i r Marian Cones, i lot w0" 93 52 4 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Last Quarter 10th day, Ih. !)m. morn. ill 6:3t.2:' pdrs 'I ditto. 34,200
Antonio Dias: !lot No 95 4.4I 9'24 If dittu. 42,800 '
I )1!::t .Juan 'Malagossa 1 lot No 111, i 20 21 22 23 24 23 26 New Moon Itithday, 6h. 18m. even. ill r 1 18 U U ditto. 3,800

:;, lot No 112 & i lot No 297 4 124 hl f 27 28 29 30 31 % First Quarter 23d day, 2h. 37m. eveti. 8Ui a 8 12 u 'I ditto. 24,000

J i *lde Tala, 1 ;ot No 121 1 40 FEBRUARY 1 2 Full Moon, 31st day, 61) 54m. even. :[tn q I. 16 9" II ditto. "'P, ,OO()
$ Heirs of Bob Pan lot No 128 : I 4 II 1.
on $ S 4 5 6 7 8 9 -'---------------'-----'--- eo. 6 ditto. 5,200
tel! & 4 lot No 129 1 12 mi < 8 4" II
Last Quarter 8th Ih. 49m. even. ditto.
} 10 11 12 13 14 15 ( .
.f .
ft Yany Philip, 1 lot No 130 374 New Z 1 4 3 If ditto. ;
Moon 15th day 4h. S9m. morn. 3,200
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 i ,
'::1.! Mde Terragrossa 1 lot No 153 52 m" :. I I 1 24" U 1I0witz 55(;
; Jose Fernandes, 1 lot No 158 70 iH u -24 25 26 27 28 29 First Quarter 221 day, 8h. 32m. morn. z 'j 4- Inch. ditto. 1200()

:I' Manuel Arrias lot No 186 I 1't- j jI l( 6 Iron
874 iU :MARCH I _Swivels_ t 60(}
1 ;I Instate Hymenes, lot No 186 524 I m 2 3 4 5 6 7 8': Full Moon 1st day, 47m. even. d Total weight ofJroll CiUHIOU 2HH,44t)

: ;1; Vicente Osdosgoiiy. lot No 215 174 P1io 9 10 11 12 13 14 15' Last Quarter 8th day, 11 h. 12m. eveq. j

I t t llosalie Bodes, 4 lot No 216 17 16 17 18 19 20 21 22' New Moon 15lh day, 3h. 32m. even. (2124 pJrs Brass Cannon t3,90C)
; Lewis Duncan, 1 lot No 261 70
t :: I 2 o "
:, Antonio Marrilla, 1 lot No 281 2 10 Ptl 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 First Quarter 23d day, 3h. 56m. morn. ..' << 2:, 8 In. howitzers itto do. 2.UO 1,246

'JI' Heirs of Crespo, 1 tot No 284 1 05 30 3i Full Moon 31st day, 4h. 12m. morn I 6 If (10.
1r 1 1II 412
i ,,. Louis Doney, 1 lot No 300 1 40 li! I APRIL: 1 2 S 4 5 --'-'------'------'--------- I Illil r (Lll II Mortars do. I I 3,16 ,:
I J. Villa $ lot No 3-4 lfilill1 ,;: '
Longa LUM
I7.r ] 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Quarter 7th day, 6h. mom. Totafeightofurascannni, 211ti

Alexander Cummings, lot 325 li 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 New Moon 14ili day, She 12m. morn. lil! fit
t/ Matilda Deville '
1 lot No 329Ilosa 25 ,
200.000 lbs
: First Quarter 21st llh. 12m. Ifit 2 t Cannon Bulls! and shell
; Z : Garcia, 1 lot No 348 30 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 day, even. of i
f" IfaUIie Garcon,! lot No 351 70 ill 27 28 :29 SO } till Moon 29ih! day, 4li. 38m. even. 1flan 3? i' various Calibres from :3 tothirtytwo ;.:1r.;

.; i Estate Savallos, lot marked.I 70 \" --'x,--xvv.v.Xrv..---v'W %<-- Irs pounde : ;j;.
-$. l\IA Y 1 2 3 ;. 604 Musket Cartridge Boxes .'!.' I
r.; : John Falconat, lots No. 28 47 & 111k: -4 5 6 7 8 .9 10 Lisa Quarter Gih day, llh. 26m. mom. .lj! :;j'I 19 do do Box Delta '.

:t.: .: lUiguel 48 1 arpent Constance, 1 arpentNo3l17k 434 .1 t 12 13 14 15 16 17 % New ivlooa. 13tn day, 3h. 44m. even. lfjilllt : 136 Bayonet Belts ,,:;

"Io''f' JI Ailkins. 1 arpenl No 37 174 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 First Ui1rl r2lslc.jay,5h.5m. evei*. li! I 4,900 1 000 Priming Fusees Tubes .i 't

R'J John Davis, %rpentsNc 66 67 68 514 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 % i*'ull Mooii 29ui day, 2h. llm. morn.Lasi ;g:: I 1,205 Port Fi i ei! 3.i / !

; :)Jr. Brady, 1 urpent No 69 174 JUNE I 2 3 4 5 6 7 :----------- -- !11I.Jr' I 1 Jack Screw '{ ':
: 1 do No 70Daniel 17 ,:1
:, Ripleyarpents No 82 83 25 I 8 9 10 11 12 13 14" Quarier 4ih day, 41i. 56m. even. l I 335 Sheet* of Tin '

r.-,. Estate of Malta v, do Nos 84 85 fi 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 New i iooii lUui dayh.6tu.* morn. 2,000 Ibs weight Scrap Iron. .. =;
and 86 524 I[iji.4 :22 23 :24 25 26 27 2b r irxt Quarter :Oiti day, bii. .I01ll.OIorn. ToRThe sales will be forC !tlr.

":... Col.) Maxant, 800 arjients 3 50 I lill :29 30 I Full AJooa 27Ui day', 9n. 3/ui. morn.. Li and the minimum price of the Brass Ord'T\ ,

,: John Graham, '10 do 35 I 1 1.11 JULY 1 2 3 4 5 -*--X.-X.- v.wv'v.'v.K.x..----v.x-___-x.v.. Liiik nance is fixed at twenty-five cents perkpound. ',,'
.1 Win. Wyutt 1 do For the
174 Iron Cannon .
Shot ant
j t 6 7 8 9 10 U 12 l asi Quarter 4Ui I lb. j5ui. even. .
i,: -Col. King :1600 do :; 50 Sheila, fifteen dollars per ton. Owner ,
; I:: Charts Mifflin I L lmwi! ; 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 New. loon llcli day, 7n. 23m. even. Foundries in the Northern States, can ,':

p City C1.1k'orfor 1827., I TIl-* 20 :21 22 23 24 25 2 Fust Quarter 19th day, 9n. 57m. even. receive any information concerning the ..;

;:,;: Pensacola, Jan.ury 11, 1827 -<*:>-5t. Ith..). 27. 2$ 29 SO 3L '--':- Full Moon 26tn Uuv- 4u. 13m. even.AUGUST above UA.NUL.E.mentioned articles from Cantabi ..( .;
HUHCU. Assistant 'Mas- t
illl1 1 2'r :! ar er
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ImWU'CI ter, U. S.
( Perpendicular 1> :3 4 5 6 7 8 ( Army, Pensacola Florida ; or ,
: i ( r -. l't.' ,\ r UN) J Last Quarter 2d day, !9u. 32m. morn. @ from Lt. ISAAC A. ADAMS, commanding L'.
tr':' 'ft. 'e'a ,,. -PlL_. tr!! 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 New Moon 10th day, lOh. 36m.: morn. :5.: Arcna!, Baton Itouge, Louisiana.Dau'l < 'f-
t4 "]iTE are tile '!authorized Agents of 1m3 17 18 19 '20 21 22 2 00 :
Zb Y Y Anthony Hei.c'.ni, of North Carolina ,- ., i First Quarter 18th day, Sli. 40m. morn. E. Burch,
20 28) iO
:24 25 27 : 29 :
:t to do all things; necessary for the i purpose -i 1ffi : Full t Moon 25ih day, llh. 22m. enm.lID' Asst. Qr. Master. ,'ii
.!'4. of selling and conveying: the right ill1-;; 31 Last Quarter 31st day, lOh. S2m. even. Isaac A.

:ti';;, ami privilege of constructing, building [ ;;- SEPTEMBER 1 2 3 4 5 6 ...... .. Adams, .,
--- ---------- ------ 1 .
6., and using,vnthin the Territory of FioiiJa, IBlfisit 7 8 j 10 11 12 13 i 1st. Lt. on OrduanceBervice.. :
;:l his improved New Moon 9th -day, 2h. 27m. morn. ill Pensacola, 21st Nov. 1827. f
; J'erpeiubcu'ar Grist JIi(/, 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Ii! .
!r for Grinding Jlltal, for which he has obtained First Quarter l6ih day, 5h. ..20ru.even.. .J
Jl 22 23 24 25: 26 1 I :\
[ID 1.C.i! .
) a Patent. Full Moon 23d day, 8n. 6m. morn. E. H. JSTISJBET .

; This mill is considered decidedly superior 101itf1;! !- 28 29 30( Ldbi Quarter 30th day, :3i.! 1m. even. R"iI! J leave to inform his Friends, and ': :
1 2 3 4 BEGS ;
to at in
from the
present use
fc !LJ! Customers
: ----------------------- :: that he !has re.
simplicity of its construction, the 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 -
easy commenced
I !ij! business at his Old
.: with wind it can "tot H'ctked, and the H: '12 13 14 15 16 17 18" New1oon bin day, 6ii.( 12m. even. where he has for sale'ery Stand
El!! good assortment :
WI quant.tyof meal ground. The various 19 20 21 22 23 24 25" First QUitter Ithii day, -40m. morii. I ofFresh ,I...
; inventions and alterations whicli) : have !134 i Full Moon 22u 7n. (6m. even. I ',:,
: :!G 27 28 29 30 31 Uctj Seasonable =
., been made, in order to arrive at the simplest Hill Last Quarter 30th day, 1011.28m. moro I : Sf Goods ::..: ;
; : and most valuable height, have all |! 7 NOVEMBER 1 Jill Received: by tbe latest arrivals from New '1
;..11 fallen far short of the object des'red ; but lffi.t 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ""' "/'b/bA "" ,' --"/Wb'-'- """ York and Philadelphia. :

k; .in the (present. instance, the inventor appear } 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 New Moon 7th day, 611. 58m. morn. .3,:)$ and 4 Point Blankets :;.:
U :1 ? to have acquired the desideratum: 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 First Quarter J4m
$' ,su long sought after.The IffI 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 l Full .;loou 21st day,. 8h. 34m. morn. ]" 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney do
t mill attached to a Cotton Gin, will ) J S bales: White & Drab Flushings -
Last Quai ter 29th day 7h. S8m. I
-30 morn.
(, grind; from fifty to sixty bushels of corn a lfiP Iil! Blue and olack imperial cloth, blue ',
: t day: and that too ofa superior grade of( iJIDECEMBER! ; 1 2 :I 4 5 6 LI_ w t/VWWW% V WVWVW .V%>.- VWVW W% !!i1 I .nd mba ssimeres ; satinetts, assorted ;
,1. t meal ; and the scarcity of mill streams 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 '" New Moon 6lh day, lOh. 8m. even. superuper and common fancy prints .-

0; in the country,and the great labor sum red [li(1.!!: ; 14 15 16 17 IS 19 20 First Quarter 13th day, 3h. 33m. even. tJl! dimities.; 7-8 and 44 Irish linens ; lrisk!*

in ise operation, of hand mills render'* iDH! 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Full Moon 21st day, 22m. morn. Iffi lawns ; 'iinuies! ; super 6-4 fancy gins- '.
it the more important to the people of 151! *: 6: Last 4h. !!i1 [ Hams; white, yellow, red and green flan-
't this 28 29 30 :31 / Quarter 29thday, 35m. morn. [ neb Mack \
Territory.Thr Jfi1

:. : price for a right to construct one 151 lfi&XXXXXXXXXXXXxXXV! $ :: : .........................'................................................................. ,,..,,-.'.........,..,..,'....t.-". .""..:;.'.",.. .r.;...........................................".........;.................................................................."........................................:.:...:.:....:.:....:.:....:.:....:.:....:....:-::.'*:x:::<..........,J/I,'../.. ,f I printed; bombazetts and colored and Salisbury bombazetts.flan '

i: of these }Mills, is twenty i/oi.<;r.(, and one I :J. .f.P.JTL.iIl'.L..L.&! L-LL..LL': : !L. :.LI'I.LZLL: L.ZQ I nets ; spool Cotton. assortcH____ ,_ntt...i... h'1l1h. .... l
:7 T........ ;g_7, _. 9 n *v I w w* '****
ofthem be ------- .
- Ueaverteens
., ; can made at a trifling c\- -- -- ---- --- linen cambrics cambric .
pense, when compared with the advantages Madeira-- I Inues CordialsRECEIVED c. zw : a.r.li..DLISBI1IEm':1'': \vot1l. hdkts ; Baroge hdkfs; black Italian; crape .
t t resulting from the of them. flounced
_ $ use :t\ hr. Orleans tron. 'theJL1' WILL receive-Proposals at this Office robes ; gingham do,spider nets, ;
Application to be made to the subscribers per I patent threads
and those < mml" until the Istof April next, for supply.ing" Russia diapers, plain and .|
who purchase will be furnished A figured book muslins Madras and Bnt- ,
ParticularMadeiIt wood for the use of the ./
: London
Iir with Old Troops! on
: particulars in full. 10 cases superior tania tidkfs., "
ANDTRAVELLER'S comp'y flags, figured "
this Station. It must be merchantableOak crapft
Lt. L. & M. A. Armistead.At me. dresses; white Drown and
10 Old Port Wine. REST. I and other hard wood, and the Cordto half hose cotto-x : .
TallahatKc or Atpulaga.Pensacola 10 Cherry Brandy, Superior. T.IIE.Suh criberinforms the public 'be by measurement 4 feet 2 inches Jamb's ; white and mixed worsted &; ',',
i Dec. 15tii, ]821.4l3m.SEA.8'l"O in that he has I inches and wool do ; fine linen hose, ladies ;
20 Cordials first quality assorted -l opened a !house high, 8 feet 4 long, the wood white and black ct
-- the 1 doz- each. I. IL. of Public Entertainment, :11 the cut full four feet in length. To be delivered and cotton do., lead, blate, .,':.
cases black
It]' 8 &c. worsted do. '
Hall at in the Ton of Pensaco-I plain and camhjec .
1. 10 Wine iVitters. hoe formerly occupied by Maj. anyplace j cloaks, furniture 'j
TilE Subscriber has just received per 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. for that purpose, fronting the public la, where it may be'wanted ; and at the check; bed-ticking, superfine ".,
from ewUrleails.nd Darrcls Cherry Bounce. square, which he has fitted up in a con- Cantonement corded up by the Con cotton shirtings, oil cloths, brad: .
-U bas on hand from former importations. 3 6 Half Rbls. Anniseed, Peppermintand venient manner for the reception of tra. tractor himself within convenient distance -;i bombazines wHite fancy beit ribbons, black and .,#

'! >01d L..P. Madeira, Cranberries, Cinnamon Cordials. I vellers and others. His table will alwayh of the waterside, at the usual landing ing,8-4 satin damask and mantua do., 54 Irish shirt-! '

ti do. ** Tenerifle, do. Jelly &. Jam, be supplied with the best which the place. The wood is to'be delivered at and brown linens; super black
Sale white
For plaid
Medoc Claret of 1820, I'ickled Walnuts, by market can afford, and his bar with the such times and'such quantities as may be and striped Baptistu
; Uo. hen Butter, Curry Powders, }i'. H. Nisbet. best of liquors. No exertion 'will be directed from this office. The customary printed shawl ahavrld., and hdkfs; prind Waterloo *
-Leaf Lard in Tin Caniwters : is ; cords month from 1st iancy silk dresses, nuns thread, ,
l8:r.f wanting on the part of the proprietor, delivery sixty per ;
Pen acola' Dec. 20 linen gloves' linen
.1 Uavannah Chocolate, i to render general satisfaction to those ; Nov. to'30th April, and half that quantity tapes, Russia s&irting..
mll 'd drab cloth, blue and -:
; do. Preserves, I j HK Subscriber has j'-st received per who may favor him with their company.His : from 1st May to 31st October. Two bids red strouds, .
JIusbroon and Tomatoes Ketdiup, JL Elizabeth, Fors}' ,. from New-Or. stables are well calculated a number will be received-one for the best Blackjack ALSO,
Tuscaloo Rye Whiskey, leans, a very bre assortment of .Groce of horses-and a good and attentive wood of the country ; and another 4 cases saddlery, assorted '

Persons wishing Mi Of Syrup and Potta4 -i stock :- Families, or Gentlemen who may wish common to the Hammocks on the Bay.-
'hle Soup, for a sea voyage, can be si p- Clrampaigne Wine, in flaskets of 1 do): cnn be accommodate with private a. Bay, Magnolia! Sasafras and Chincopin 5 trunks fine ready made clothing '"- .

p plied.by appling to the subscriber, who i each, warranted superior partments. GEO. FISHER. wood will not be received. The first delivery 12 trunks and shoe ladys and gentlemen boo\3\ .
'V :keeps a complete assortmentof Sea Slot elI I do. Brandy of 1820. Tallahassee, Dec. 15-1-tf. 4& he-ready by the 1st of May next. .
.t M.liis: Brick Store, Main street, in front ot Zante Currants Daa'l B. Burch and'boys' shoes,broj ni.&c IiI. :
; .the Public-"Squar*. Vonchong T<*a "l Soul leather, calf skins shoe thretd :
T3 g 07 .UOXIt. Jlist. Qr. Master. 25 ,
kegs Virginia tobacco '
J:t _. Julius Pescay. Prunes, very fresh. in the new Town of Magnolia Assistant Quarter Master's"' ffice, '? 5 boxes superior cavendish do ,4
Raisins ;
: ,.t Pensacola, Dec. 7th, 1827-38 tf. ., ? lOTS offered for sale. This place is _nsacola. Dec. 5, 18274rtlA.. 3A "ii
A Almonds, .,
it. ituated 8 miles from Fort St. Matks on Hardware. : &c. '.
'SUGAR BOILERS. Mel Claret: of 1820 ,
the St. Marks' river and 15 from Tallahas 111u11y.&rz4 Pen, pocket sportsmen :1t desic t
;! 1 GTRHK cubscriberha for sale, a-few pair Tuscaloosa U'e'biskey see. The river can be navigated to the knives ; knives & forks,, carver, w iter.'ii

t11; 4feSngar: Boilers, as a sample from the Goshen do. Butter Cheese Town;.by vessels drawing 8 feet water. I will sell or exchange that.valuable for and trays ; Henning's best nectlks l smtt.fere .....J
ff. other ,
property ;
; manufactory can supply The'lsituatioii high, dry and 'healthy : and -
any quantity bbfc for n ; trays plated sj>urs, spe tasles, '
Beef in
l p order. F. H. NtSBET.Pcnsncola family ve t has two Sulphur Springs in the vicinity, i.tLLi.. TWO STORY hOUSE, carpenter's topl j, hoemj\lcer'B and cur .
With additional of Goods
: 4 Dec. 7th. 1827.-38-tf an supply Dry ;: one of which is only 200 yards from the pleasantly situated on the Spring Road, rid'a do., Stock locks, padlocks:: shoveN ..
Hard ware, ware & Queens ware ;
: leading- Cantonment Clinch. If sold
Public They said to and kettles
Square. are possess tonga, uauce : cotton
.t. NOTICE. Sold Low for Cash. puns :
a great medical qualities.For Cash or good approved secur.ty will be cards, &c. &c.Penaacol.i :1"
it T ETTERS of Administration, on the J. Pescay. further information of Terms &c. required. ALSO, Dec. 7th 1827.-S8-tfCollector's

JU estate Samuel U. Ov, n, late of Henmcola, Jan. llth, 1828._ apply to J. G. and N. lIa lel1. S). Marks, QOO head of good .. t.. A -, ,--;.
the County of.Eseambia, deceased, having Stock-Cattle : ;:
or to Augustus Steele, Tallahassee. -I 'COLiHUU.\N IUUG iui4j, '..
heeD granted to Mrs. llargaret Ann Overtonby lSHOLU'l'ION.T tt. Marks,10th August, 1827-24-tf which will be Bold low for NOTICE. ."' :
trc: Honorable the County Court Ht: partnership of FINLAT & Rum- cash. ;.t

uf said County, all persons having demands .- TOY, in consequence of tne death of NOTICE. \%Tm. A. Bell 15 hereby given that the undersigopd
agritttt said estate, are requestedto Mr. James Uushton, is dissolved ; all persons intends to pay none of the debts that
presenrtbc ume fur settlement, and haviug claims against the late firm 11 CONSTITUTE and appoint.Micajah? : Pensacola, 8th Nov. 1827-34-13t. mabe contracted by any of the screw o? .. -
those indebted, are requested to make will present them to the subscriber for: Crupper 'Pensacola, my agent and A the Colombian 'Brijr Indiano ; therefore

I 4ament: to ItOnf:nl' MITCHELL, settlement, ant I those persons indebted p attorney, in all matters and things relativeto TtIJ.LLOWF; BEES WAX. that persons crediting those sailors: shouUl

Attorney in fact for will; come forward and make payment the deliiery and receiving pay foe material r: highest price in cash, given for not expect payment but from the Debtor

M. A'. OVIiRTON: as no indulgence can be given. I at the Navy Yard. above articles, by himself. -

: .Idminittratrtj:. JAMES FIXLAY E., Montgomery.. I Julius Pescay. In InO las Vrguiza,

r.enutbb, Sor. lu" -1827.-37-8t. Pensaola, 20th. Nov. 1827.-30-U' Mobile, 6lh-Sept 1827-S9tf, ;! Pcnsacob! 7th Dec. 1927 33-tf: Permool'IJrt:I ): 4' J '?i.-4l-r. irT'.,!..

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