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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: February 1, 1828
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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.teePUBLISnbN \V fII.IU.t. 11VI I Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That'appeal to the Superior. Court or ry for thesupport ofstirh family: : Pro- within the present limits of said Cor 1

1! Nrr l. '1'.1..l\DIF: said school shall he under the govern- Court of Appeals, of this Territory. vided, that the same shall not, in any : poration.

IJJ's.rs ",: tuandttfilie : .rd oj:tie U"',..l 8lutu ment and superintondance ot three Sec. 2.Be :further enacted, That case; exceed the sum of one hundred j 1I Sec. 2. Be itfilttkertnacted, That
Territory of J1urJa.SUb6I..mr'I'UfII't"ur trustees tube appointed by the City the said Freeholders, when e.npan- dollars. i j the City Council of Tallahassee shall

85 Council of St. Augustine, which said (nelled as aforesaid, shall bo charged j Sec 2. Be it further enacted, That be empowered! and they are herebyi

r ludlter Hal year ear ;1 J 50 trustee shall bo appointed on the on oath, impartially to view said the property to be exempt as aforesaid ,i required, to take possession of tvren*
first in March next and in 1 lands so proposed for an abutment shall be selected the
i Subscription payable in advance Monday by person ,;i; ty-five acres of hud of the north-cas 1 .
\I.VKK USING.-Every advertisementof every other March following, and ; and to circumscribe by certain meets claiming the exemption, but shall, in j t; quarter of section one, township one,
me width of one cuhiiiin and measuring shall hold their appointments for one I and bounds one acre thereof, having all cases, include the necessary im- i range one, south and west, surrounding -

I, Ilot mOle than dollar twelve each lines weekl ol this type continuance first year ; and in the event of a vacancyin !due regard to the interest of both par: i I I plrnients husbandry; and the household t the water fill: according to the

insertion fiuy one cents ; longer, and wider} ones al the said board of trustees, either ties, and to appraise the same ::ccord- utensils of such fundv, or so I act of Congress, approved 8th Febru.

the same rate. Ride and figure work, by (ieath, removal or resignation, the I in douMe: price fur the first insertion Advertisements said City Council shall have powerto other lands, above and below, may bo i the use of trie family, aforesaid. f. aft r making the necessary reserva4tiou

will be tastefully displayed supply the said v.icaHcy. overflowed by the erection of said Sec. 3. Be further enacted, That of tll:' water: fall; and the creek
and will i
4 accordmc be measured to the by matter nature of of them this ,siy.e type. Sec. 6. Le further enacted That t dam or works ; and to ascertain the the officer attempting to :levy any ex- thereto, as shall add to the conveni.

\\ tell inserted at intervals, (that is, not inserted said Trustees shall have power to l|value! of tho same, and to whom they edition or attachment, when the }Pro- !! ence .ttui health of said City, theysh
e\erv week from the first to the make all necessary rules and regulations j l 1 I respectively belong, aid: what other perty is claimed to be exempt under dl dt" Pose of the same by rent or
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las: in tTlinncach insertion will be char? fur the government of said! Whoop! : I this law, shall summon three disinterested lease, in such m inner, and) under such
et l us u new' Hl\'rtisl>mf> .-on Amounts demand.forailveitKini school, to appoint a teacher or teachers | same; winch persons, who shall take an oath regulations as the said City Council

J / Ml.eral? I pavable contracts always will he made with for the same, and to aglow such, ) : inquest when .nude as aforesaid by i, to appraise so much of the property shall deem best for the interest and

th.se who nish to advertise bythe year.Jlaws teachers or teachers such compensation j(s:till freeholders, shall be delivered to hert.'in allowed to be exempt, according benefit of said and shall
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.01.' Ute 'States. and pay as may in their judgment j i slid Sheriff, whose duty it shall be to I to its true value, as may be neces- the funds arising therefrom totvirds

.of the --- seem proper ; wd it !shall: be the: !, return the same to the Court Ordering sary for the support and sustenance of the erection of such building* nnd

-- '" duty of saw trustees to make a report said Writ ; audit* the party applying said family : Provided, the sarneshaJl structures upon s.t'-1 I land, as shall bo

*kLli! of all their acts and domes to the 1 for the same s hall pay the value not exceed! one hundred dollars as for the convenience and public inter.

said City Council of St. Augustine, so of the lands .Ascertained, and the aforesaid.Sec. est of said city. ,,

j often as they may be requested:: so to I damages asQfffii J&t>5p9id to the 4. Be it further enacted, That Puuedv December I
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it shall be the duty of said City Council for the erection<
jib : of St. Augustine, to pay over to works : Provided, that in no case, the time of tho interposition of such I -
the said Trustees one third of all taxes -" shall the same be granted, if the said claim, be held and considered as the -- a

BY AUTHORITY.or that and}y be collected by virtue of Freeholders in the report shall state: property of the wife and children, Oa'l iMClay's: ei1t\ .recs.

l..o\.W5 TilE UXITE1'! STATES PASSED AT any law or ordinance of said: _City that die injury likely to result to tho I either, of such persons : and shall not I -
1IIK I'll ST SLSSIU.N: OK THE TWENTIETH Council, which said one third uf:Maid neighborhood the erection of thereafter be subject to the payment : TO THE PUBUC.I .
cuiG.I.i. hone! no apology to the Puhlic is ne-
[PUBMC-No 1.] taxes shall be appropriated towardsthe said wofkseither by sickness or otherwise of his debts, or in any other way to.. cesiary for presenting to it these .
An act making p I appropiintinns\ for i defraying the expenses and sup- will be greater than tho benefitsto be disposed: of by him. I am deceived if an ample! justification of t
the MJppoii of Goxernnicnt, during' the I port of the school heiein provided for To derived from the same. Sec. 5. Be it farther enacted, That the act wilt not be 'ound in the+Sreast ot-
J ear one ijioijsand]. eight handled and by this Act. I Sec. 3. Be itjurthcr enacted, That the working tools of 1 persons engagedin every jUit: and honorable man. If an
tbeuttI. 4(''. officer of
He it (.i-.idrd by the Senate and Sec. S.lle it further enacted. That 4 I where any mill or oilier water works ; mechanical pursuits, and all military sensitive, neither Government should should he be too not callous be too

l/Oll 'l ULpJe\I'lltlltizt a.ltliC U- hereafterat the next :stated and annu- I have heretofore been erected in time equipments' shall be exempt from to assaults upon Ins! character. When

ted Xtalff of Amtrica, in Congress ul] election for Aldermen of tio! City ,l western judicial district of this Territory levy or distress: they relate to the wisdom and expediency
assi lulled. That: the following sums of St. Augustine but five Aldermen and the owner thereof legally Sec. 6. And be it farther enacted, of measures which he may have origin
including the Mayor, shall he elecu possessed of the lands on one side! of That an act entitled "an act to exempt trd nr supported, he shouH silently re'-
be and the
same are hereby, respectively in
candor and
the
towards tile find chosen, which said Mayor and the stream.ody, or iflu: l land of :allY certain property from execution pose good sense of the
appropriated : sup community, and patiently await the development
port of (j O\'t''un'nl) for the year one Aldel men shall constitute the City other person i is overflowed thereby, : ," approved January 20th, 1827, of time and experience. But,
thousand right hundred and twenty- Council of said Cty: and a majority ; or if his dam abuts upon the 1 hllli of : (be. and this suite is hereby, repealed. if his integrity be ihally assailed: ; if the

c'iglif! viz :. of said Aldermen shall constitute any other person, it ll.llllw his duty, Passed, December 24th, 1827. i basest and most dishonorable motives for
For law a quorum. within six months after the passage: of Approved, January 1st, 1828. his public; conduct be ascribed to him j
coniponsntinn granted by : Sec. Be it her enacted Thatin tlii! act to apply for al Iii of ad he owe!, it to the country, his friends, hisKinr.ly .
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to tin Members! of the Senate find An Act to amend "an Act dividing the Ter- : and himself, to \indicate his calumniated .
1I(.!Si' of Representatives of the United the event of the death, absence or good dumnuin as aforesaid, and have riioijr of Florida into thirteen election I I reputation. Few men are sot
States, and their officers, four incapacity of the Mayor to act as: the value of the srjmea.srerlrfined: ; and Districts, and providing for the Election !!t elevated that the shafts of calumny cannot "
hundred and thousand such, it shall be tha duty of said; City the cl.JIUlgl''j as-evsed: and p.ud in the of Members of the! Le i Ul.itivo Council.Be 1 f resell them These mny securely trust
seventy-one fiom in tie it enacted by the Governor and to the invulnerable position which they
Council to elect a President manner pointed out preceding 1
tight hundred doilais. I Council I hive att,in 'cI. The Un.ted States have
Legislative for the
Territory -
tls\ absence section oi'this and If he shall I
I I' the of fire wood sta- their own body, who, during art : 'S
nr expenses I ne -naps, hiih rto, produced but one man
of tile ) fall: ; do it xjrall be li\vfil I for the Florida, That from and after! the j]
toinry:: printing, and all other con- or incapacity Mayor, I to so, I| who cull look down fro." his lofty height
publication of this Act the twelfth i!
th' :<_ym expenses: of thc two houses oft shall! preside! at their meetings, and peison or persons whoso 1 lands are \ !:I without emotion upon the missiles and
shall all the and overflowed fiiWfsai1; abutted! election district shall comprehend ,nd) i, the mitliceofhiH enemies fur he
sad two h.imitrd rind three dollars I ill the duties, that U(-)OL1g or appertain upon} by said dam, to c' me the same comprise all the County of St. Louis, character
lying south of a line co-nnmucing! at 1]| charges, '"- acrimony wit'i which theyI
of the be abated nuisance. 1
Sec. And hi it enacted to the office of Mayor to as a :
:2.! further I have: been averted: and repeated, or the
the northern hoc of the Ci- !
of St. Sec 4. Be it further umcted Thatif bound-try j
City ,
That! the sums herein appropriated, Augustine. j perseverance which has nurkcd their propagation -
shall l b)(. pr.id: out of any money in the Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, That allY person shall get pet mission, as ty of St Augustine, and running: j I f could ever authorize an appeal
Treasury, no.: otherwise appropriated.! 1 no youths of either sex, shall be admitted aforesaid, to erect a mill or other thence the rnoti'hofMx' mile Creek, j I to the public, I think I ma\ truly say, thatI
A. 6TEV-NSO>, into said school whose parents works, and shall fail to erect the on Me river 5'. John's, together with have this authority Fur three years I
Speaker of the Houe of Rrpi'-sentalives. or guardians shall not be liable to pay I same for the space of two years after the County of :Movjiiio.Sec. I have -leeti the -.bject! : of incessant abuse i
J. C. CALHOl'N.! I date of said 2. Be it further enacted, ThatlP..e every art, every specif of misrepresent*
a City tax. permission, or, havingerected I tion
hs bet
Vice President of the United States, Ad the sameshall afterwatlssue- } there are two entire election 'n employed against me.
And be further enacted
Sec. it
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President of the Scuale.Apluored3J I The most innoce.it! acts--acts of ordinary
That much of the which fer them to down and remain dIstricTS in any one County, it shall
Jan. )t>28. so act to go vacant soca! Ti'ercourse and of common civllityoilier :
JOHN QUINCY An.\ IS. this is an amendment and addition, for two years, without attempt- I be 1-tivfid; for the citizens of such : of spiti.ty: even a passing1 sa-

--- --- .. .--' A approved on the 28th December, ing to re-establish the same, every t I: County to vote for the two members lutatir.'i, hive been misrepresented andpcrvtrled =
taws of F1nrifla. 182,as is inconsistent with this act, I such person shaJ lose the right whic.li to represent said districts i throughouttheir : t-, ny prejud.ee, with an unfairness '
unprecedented.: Circumstanceshave
OK; < be and the same is hereby repealed. he, she, or they, had acquired by slid: County respectively, without regard been assumed, which had existence '
to act, io
An act 10 amend aid u: .111. 'tio i un I the line said districts.
to
ciititle'I "\n act to incorporate the City Passed, December 20th, 1827. : permission, or by the previous erection dividing and inte.-ences stave: been drawn
of St. Augustine J\ L. DOG GETT, I of said mil) or other works. Sec. 3t Be further enacted, That from them which, had they bee roar.
Kf It enacted by tie Govcr- President of the Legislative Council. Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, Thatit the election for Members of the Legislative they would not h'ivv warranted. Besides:
theTfi't'try Council, shall be hel-i annually my enemies have them->elves appealed; to
tsar and Legislative Council of i A. ELI.'UIY, Clerk. shall be the duty of nil owners of
; of riorlda, That from I Approved. December 29th, 1827. grist mills throughout this Territory, on the first Monday in AugUstin the P'lbIic. ex tlu>iibite'ir witnesses 1 thier;: ctiar'o ;its ci 'iir andsiiuini.iited

nff r the passage: of this act, the City WM. M. Me CAR TV. or persons employed in keeping the each and every year. Reds "J,v, and anxious as: I am, ant always r..
Cous.r.l!; of the City of St. Augustine, Acting Governor of Florida. same, who grind for toll, to grind each Sec. 4. A;>d lm it further enacted, have been, to submit: any act of my '+'
That so much of the eleventh sectionof public life to a full examination before
.il have taken his their ,
slt- /1'.1 J or !possess any power person's grain to or
An Act relative to the erection of Mills and the which this any impartial and tribunal
to is amendment respectable
whatsoever mill in the order in which the act an -
:inrt.rt'
lay tax ;
to or any same
Mill dams, and the of
escribing duty whatever
t I surely. expect, at least,
may
the Governor
on r:;!a' (' rate. being within the limitsof Millers. be received, not giving a preference as requires to that I shall he patiently heard by that
'jui! in-orporarion of said City, to a lie it enacted by the Governor and to any particular pcrsoQto:10: exclusion transmit a list of votes to the two highest which my accusers have themselves se

1 jirrater junotint! th;'n one fourth of one Legislative( Council of the Territory or injury of another ; and thatno candidates; and every other part lected. .1 assure them that I will present .
of the said act which is inconsistent no pIta to the ic'
ion.
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the assessed Florida That hereafter of mill other
JKM- c'nuin; per y. : r, on uf j owner a or person
I' with this act, be, and same is hereby, Hut, desirous: 1 naturally am to repel
valuation: of aid rosl! 'stlte. whenever any person owning lands in employed in keeping the same, shall the calumnies which have been directed
Sec 2. lie further. rnactcdT\ml\ the \veitern judicial district of this I be allowed to retain as toll for grind- rep aled. against me, the Public would have been
the >. ;.tl I City Council shall constitute territory, on any water course, the ing any corn or other grain, more Passed, December24th( lS'7. spared tae trouble of perusing this ado
,' a !bv .ir. for the preservation of the bed whereof belongs to himself:: may than oue-eighth part of the same. Approved, December 29ih 1827. dress, if G
health of said City, :ind shall appoint d+.sire to erect a water grist mill, or I Sec. 6. And be further enacted, An Act to amend an act "to incorporatethe course of the last Spring- and Summer
t. a health officer, who shall be a resilient oilier machine, or engine of public u- That if any owner of a mill or other City Tallahassee given to them the open sanction of his
name. In his letter
Physician of aid City, and tility thereon, and shall not have the person keeping the same, shall refuseto Be it enacted by the Governor and I.o'th of.Ju':e last:: \\\f: to admits Mr. Beverly that, in, of inferring the

shall ln\e full power to pass and fee simple property to the lands on grind any corn or other grain, Legislative Council of the Territory I my priviiv to proposition which +,

ounce all laws and regubtions,_ which the. opposite} side thereof, .against brought to his mill for that purpose, I of Florida, That, all__ the..!duty, :and he ilfs:iu>esasboive:, by- Mr Uuchanan- ,he
may he requisite and proper, for the which he would abut his dam, he shall in its proper turn and time, and in a power given to the City Councilor may' nave done me injut.ce' : and, in 1113
pres''r\'ltwn of the health of said city, make application for a Writ of ad proper innnner: such mill being in order Tallahassee, by the seventeenth sec address to the public! of tne 18th of July

and< as only witness, he that he
all nu. t DS: of sad: board of health. the County where the lands pro- more than one eighth for toll, every amendment, be, and the same is here,,. nobsibiy may have done repeats ale injuiiice in 2,

Si c. 3. 'fie further enacted, That posed for abutment are, having pre- such person guilty of any of said offences by, transferred to, vested in, and required assuming my authority for that propose w
the said City Council shall make viously given tern days' notice of such shall be liable to a fine of twenty of the Inlendant of said City; tion. He even deigns to honor ne with ;,

such) compensation! to the health officer application to the owner of such lands, dollars, to be recovered before any and said Intendant, or any two of the a declaration: of the pleasure uhich he

appointed I : as in the second section his agent or attorney ; and the said Justice of die Peace for the use of the said City Council be, and they are will experience myself! ,Mr.if 1 should Buchanan bf able has to been acquit

of this act is directed, as. to them Court shall thereupon order the )person sueing for the same : Provided hereby empowered respectively, to I heard by the public and 1 feel justified r-
as may si-em sufficient & proper, and aforesaid writ to be issued, directedto That nothing herein contained, order an election to fill any vacancy in asserting that 'the first impression of
tho said health officer shall hold his the Sheriff of the County, and shall be construed to prevent any that may occur in said Board during the whole nation "'aa:; it is yet that oT
appointment at the will and pleasureof commanding him to summon and em- owner or person employed in keeping the recess of their annual election. every intelligent mind, unbiassed by par.
said City Council. pannel twelve Freeholders of said a mill, from bgrindtnghis own grain at Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That I ty I prejudice, that his testiraon., fully e.-. ,'.

Sec. 4. Be further enacted, Thatit County, to meet upon the lands so any time, and to the exclusion of any the south-west quarter of section thir I Jakson onerated, to me say, and no demonstrated more b;.d greatly that Gen.mil-.

shall be lawful for, and it is hereby proposed for the abutment, on a day other person. ty-six, township one, range one,north conceived the purport of the interview
midtf :he duty of, said City Council to be named in said writ, to examinethe Passed, December 20th, 1827. and west; the north-oast quarter of between them. And fuithcr! ; that, sitar

to lUtke: : provision; and establish a same. Provided, that nothing in Approved, December 22d, 1827. the same section, and the north-east as any tliii.g improper was disclosed ,1
school J for the education of youth of this act shall be so construed as to interfere An Act to certain from ex- quarter of section one, township one, by )tr. B., touching the late Presidential:
exempt property
election
it affected
Gcr. Jackson und
both at'Xfsof the City of St. Augustine I with any building orother struc- ecution and attachment in this Territory.Be range one, south and west, be, and friends exclusively. Ie having manifestly his

; which said; school shall be free ture of the person, from whom any it enacted by the Governor the same are hereby, included within I injured me, speculation was busy.. ,,
lo all such youths as may be desirousof lands or tenements shall be taken as : and Legislative Council of the the limits of the City Corporation of I when Mr.Ruchantn'sritatementappeared,. rf'

attending their, or whose parents aforesaid, without the consent of such : Territory of Florida, That all actual Tallahassee : and all persons and private I i as! to the course which the General: would

or guirdians may send them to the person or owner of such lands ; and bonafide housekeepers with a family, property therein, shall be sub- 'I pursue, after his: gratuitous' expression: oj '

s".me ; Provided, they be residents i in all cases where there shall be any shall have exemption from execu- ject to the same ordinances, laws and iI i. sympathy \\itb me. There who were not 4
wanting many persons! believed ;
of :St. Augustine und have resided in lands condemned as aforesaid, and tion or attachment, for such portionof regulations of the City Council of t 1 l rush aimagnanimity would immediately ,
wid; city thrre months previous to either party shall be thereby aggrieved his or her property (exclusive of of the said City Corporation, as the prompt linn publicly! to retract his charge ,

their.it-ing+ % ,; u> said school j such uerggnjb&U baYO the right of w arini apparel) as xuay be nece3sa"".1 I vet' .tt.} and private property new are J f I )(,10 rejjits! the wionjj which h Md







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nec.. l Mi. Cli 's lrinis! said, that I could not, couotsXenUy w
the tlec- as Ino! or beli.by ,
mbocrr the l anti wttic.j the l/t'utial was Jlxreseo!
%: < aaJ. therefore, fcIt id\tp* : jxffu of other pnnciples vote for (;en. .lacks wtlrr -
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thxl uai not M' <:' curis'nnccs. I urged
poiatment Pt isidcut. Stt t* tt o puo naY buowu ciiAt such attn'ruimt: would carry any pv
Jlret oiber tncrit he way pasttrts, I hare T/irwft.ttrrre WMU wt I eiuiz&Ir 'rc &l>eh not 1cuwl &? > MMr: *** ia tlc c Aightp" (Src (at. lut. tJd AJavTaeve 1828). was in tJe Hucsr, I biliev vory day on my
relation* vita him. that ot fort erring t&Jr or ov rtuieto natfd and especially that which Kiouitded
proiiiist-s
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to Udttlffe vindictive piMxan*. Hit stteat the t il i cre Jt, frow f nprab3Ir Atd ; md ba': a itutw iP syuig ue, Miir did they uoJ l out to inf HIIV upon tJen. Jarkon's posiessioii

ntegiphtio* ,aI if *af h.sof isftiae CJW&cflC off due geiikwtn, so fat frusn miiotnr OfQje7Igf iiMJucenK'iit of any b a4&, kind, or c'laiicter of nnlilaij nrctt-ijsion only. A'.d Iii reference '

WIieWflCt i' i.kc scttrvn1iirv in. k vC 4etre ; eJLt<.o 'ie.ce iVvnj tfcevttf (dcLi'b.4 %, wcetbefrcePJs4'Mr. tidy 412J4wqi wLi&e.i.: Is. unxioir me to oie for Mr. to uu objection \vhicSi Mr. Trimhie -

tcrw.tttZGa 1T. 8CIU'S ( ey ka'e ie tsp repa1e4 ii.tj : JIerTZI, th 1iat (i.icndsuL AdahJS. ..Nar .id 'Jr. Ad.iisiu any uf iiisvr u'ider.tuod me as eif eriaining again iMr.

that rrerw** gi*<* lofm hcLt* tigi'. e, I i wkt-a zEy conceit 'hat.rr re OucraJ!: ia.k 4uch a pro poU lion, frienk. say or iiwiHuite who would AU.IIIH, gro'.vu g out ot ihe! negotiatious

not *irt>med etcIf ,tpafetblr iji s trr 1 aw r ti.eTtvie, t4 w4aev.rrI wut4 Il-ave coitk as an i&ig.iity ot- be .ilired M the lieafl of the tpnirlnifnt of at tcir Mr Triiuhlo sta'.enthatremurkfJ.tlrtt C

CJT h
<>aUrK<>a*justice,by frtAk avy ty rpLrr.L frvin.act ftaer.hi f'aurrsonI but pahtteJ- 4&cy v4&tkt Mr. .hii.Ms lit electet.iur by the trie ml:i ol his co-upt-tilors" j

uVovalof btsemx; tfeejubtsittea Zk .t1eJ-c ct.a& $ vbo tt:<3 TorVc. !r.iL&i : Ji-Hk1y st1e (0 tht tiiIL if il13T.W.zcjt ? di1 I4ele-/e .2ii we.eto : tr eectiui! ccii.g jnrnoses ," tIlt it'ru

tu ike poMLc might (cut ; 'setc cc Vnixr, tleu. Vce, )tic1Pn a* yt* state *. sasde Ayto ? r. 'C4a5r r kis i'lJ iuJ., by Mr. litto htvrr.o: mfjajnce iu tho vote:

lI'CR -ckN Yr. zze, Mr. V-it, -4the ireds o(1c. CJii' \vhicii he imgh he called! u;)on to giv.1
A1tlQgh ( r thiZthtgom.tti Mr. V !vltt, MX. McLu. that, if Sic k to allow hisperMinul
iirr iE Pc-it MavtM lifu* r$l.> ir, W Jt'letey. Mr. 5h J thereriio M, ert iny'ot trirnds. 4uy pio.Ni. v.i \\c. eno-jgh: -

vrittif t5T. e, r ha 11 A j tlv!ji, 4i 'I r, ?i)t c-rroc. from cf r k oi f-s e e bt yrLUwut an h tj.n' in rrfcrc-iwe t tie ruewHleiitkti elc- feelings: N> iiu't.iejire hs public
toners wt Tw 4bidlr.r.ac r/'gitdtd Uie n oiutmeiK otr. conduct, there wouiil'j HO chinge: in hi-
ie .cv est
xrVAcwiwl t*. .4: T'- ; : '
not jthrr Chv2Jt :-:; ;ri.rti to i* :$ ; ; (l't 'iit c t'Ue del4'Ul(4t ) dar *ny other prcu t1ce., crikeclusioa mind on that? account, because he \vaaihen
I
ffYIt! t ) vebILt VZ ( rUfu.&tr.t ) cti7'v'-P 't. Ike yti1k Iitr.. .t3litn ('ho i n; ttucky, e of M:. Adams **r any otlici1.ot1 [ on much wor,-; t-rus with (ion.

stt : jieJ- from OCC. 1 t1ti4sI !.31& ? tt 4c c'eILLhI c., .L1Ju'r dKX' thYC i( .od '' iiec t'ithi. .I__ _,ri.:.. .. ... I __- _i t ____-.,_ .'- : _.
1'f.tirz i'ct '.'i-n; : tle tda'r4ThEi cfI c -itr. A2i'., -i- Any 4 IlI tIU1U : t'LI vr' vu :tjuy. tI1L'

jriJe if* tiecMtoa. "fce.iscc- u 1as? 4U 'fl Uri 2ioi .e. 'plir. stki.tg asiy ratitioat

3.a j.wrrta h enrto\V
additional &cti to iCesr to iU C1)TSii ;j ;? rI MrCUy%. FZJ 4. OV't.k1zi C15&i(1 f tuiF e vivobii't ; c ever Clear it insiaw&t.d HT hir.ti'd, ,I euad&2vur da .;.a'&i tI pliVete ,

T'3L. fi at: a b>lv 1tiy wp rt roth .. .1 ci taat i. $:t': 'K TI 4 r. J'Kim'H?. Mr. I" ii- .itsyfropo. j and k'ok entirely tu the int.-rests of tile
aeen caUe-Ctcd, ctf aV Wftg t tie made, < Mr. Cly < c itis fiiendc, .
L t ) jvrh-z.it irICaj _v-n, X't.'c. Mri.li>, 31r. LctciK-i Mr. HorLVr. iy 4)uu"Ty, aiul ( o1 ali.I .

>flt)4l maer& dra.a.2 43YregerJily r. ;.:;. .tsi,.:Ji. tk: Y ;, 4Wf to wu-Tfll JitcxAort ort fiSe J-i, or to *uy t : f.om li! letter i4'
.appears,
ktoR.1 CO1frP2 :: )e ii i, of Jd-ite o.rtheir fricntU. fur, 4>r re1.'ie -
3.IU : rtn* jct is aJrcsJyi lalili-g lo., Prosidfirry. And 1 ''o eksd Mr. Ilo ji t Tri'iiMe, (one ot slie asiocKilo -
of fchtch tW Pttbia: ': E lAut'Cfir-s rf fH'f.JC'Mii'vi, idler t'? ha'be"l, recr'iiea.. rhatfl'

aOa 3 '1 b re tiwobl it i.CZ' Sixo t .'.ti. rI ..'! >? >.. ; ''mt SIHB not ifwt<:>Mvl iLk, cityrtn ,eve, any pmjuositiDnbeen inatl**, or Justices uI the Supreme Courtjxjti'the

Lt.. .' lin slatia font; 'r cfias r<*- ierdd \r> kr vr ItT2a4I", by Mr. (Ni'! L'Kiicti .Sti'os
; t I -- r j i-'k u '44t ((?y : e -- UIM :iuvjfo < ; ,) \% !IC3 accor.iDaisied -

Gen. Jtcku icit' ti &th r t&S-z ;;' t\.r fai. rricrio: ht.-rfietpicttiftcr: iJs Tet-ar*; rvr.1 /lien ds, Fr0141 mr inJin .'cy and cua- that at' .'1. I 1) Tiimbltf th.'iL

ct2bJ. y4PJ'1$ p ).tfJ *h.y fItt1g.; ::" K ; /Jv/'ky: U ijn.? 'Ajurrnsfifitvl teetimonyir. t At- *e covr ;e willtiwm, L iLouldHurley I ,
the latter IIKI! avowed to the
tn'nynir4er4 there.if" ibniiLTras
thrr pa1itve'01. ?kt cAtirhe (i..tcJ c< Air. CJy,3e 'H; ( QF1Ch&tge ,

v th4)Ut pr7p.1 o 1xw *tie CF -SS&SV.Gtv >>ircaGna>d-erpe< aHy
g2i4 n t xoitd t 2h.tt V ccs. ; ti.1 ; k rf-Tifiy lo 4tti2: ; and Jiuvc us d
pa* r*.ryis %! 1 CT ELI.1 r : ; 'it I," ;iz 'to Mr. Aiarcs.
t* i-.b Ft>g.l 'li. r* t r vi uiof e m' es'thaoiy.t I hs sc wsan iic a nes-sfiswer
fjq ?Zt F Mr.t1; I .b Ift a i U Ir TIi1iu6.141o: lO ''kflV1 ir.y made, by ihe fnendd f Mr. a-cmaily rsuir-icd to the House of
< titciarsct.hl ,
pmof o
>*Jj- the ronadieaf xalwrc- of fecfMJioa. .n Li I fh cz 1tIZ J. C t (is J rr IfI1C(1 nor av > J been Ju/orwed Clayorxny oTttocKijtothe friends
Fri ;r to thr ;)iAre1( 'a h( OP.fCPj iat: : iTers, iackon, or to any other person, in rela- Davidson, (the Treasurer of

pvi'>Jic print* enTthe ? tt r tfHevwly } z. Cir kAg r sz. 1(iii; zPtT ? us z'e y cr'cIe I 1ir's1r.th) ac tr ip'k.e.it 4f iv lei. 5ak- 'tki to thfe el
'3- ztu. t f'is arc- } ':y 'lti JKblLtf rta'Bev ei'ly jr simitor tirrIj *-" priC.pO'itiGrI,' f codit)enH f any sort, 0:1cowip :
? .
t-a iSw FrKn PiytevtI !hiuur a.'ul
I e E <%r r*
t ci Itve SA "* M.tA hard 1 t1iewrd jitt tLrL4 -o tlc-1L ai Jiey vw
:3 tei awve dr3Lt.Du ; : f ik f!icn'<1t 4 or liy jVJr.JClay er his /ilenUs, I Il4 *holly Aestitutc ott/uth.** ; which 1 made at I'Vankfort, in thi
.c 3t 1UUL.'t It-u. Le4Z1 .
y M*. CiAjr/l ve tc Jht.i 'wiir 41fri.t J1tvkmt.r.&ftieiy/i. I (;ci TC.tQbef
of 1 be o. I Ii 1 1 t&'i, id 1PthL c.ie C.I. oTeirt says, "Io aHufciun theTaycitcUe Fail oi lbJ4, ntid ?e rlmiivS} only! :a lewd'iys
rtr e,1at 1r.Athnr 'ri
eIre .if J* 1cbv1e i cter, c.itn'nt exIwesc the
se prior io dt'p-irttjie from
d i2it h'ui1. njy
:: ;)4'e lures JT fftrrf, tlirectlr. :
pen 1srTtp3 1c U2' xi:, thai < y, thai -! i > <*f IK R who, t.n I
ktt1 despjera'e ,
crr&.t ck.vAI brd.i hi oi'iMV C'liujj' like aws t i'uf: h>r.s S<*cr aary of-Sttitr: ifJie an.d must -therefore hnve: bfun early
ftLied: 1ic.en'cmr ,rbt:4irg his jjnict! dares to ac ort what he i iiI
; Tht :: .to ecxii.1.4 i Si <
R1rJ. ry Js.r4-9t ? ft.Is Mo MTjtiit'iHsd Mthe electron
; 3,11I1g tes.tr r t- en. trd-tr Ity 'J. CJ.-.y iii : Yw do4 know t1.ieeEitt cow to be false. You 4in1i ir.e tir say, I 1 Nove-rbor, as I Iftftfrime before or

b}r iev'Ctut! suofi a ]1 about the} tenth of that month.,) ItoC0OV&t"S..ti5lI

eti br JJei 5tbil sel Wi.en, i pvupit1.cn was eter Trs.ae, or lwUctieT! ] haa K'itb
to t ) y Mr. Arums w Ju i'riitids,

).c7witr, L ttttcr, 4 the K tito'ir; th'.t 'nvtrJ q r ini fii Hk, toprtwaife'Jiis aJJ iulbu coidaior. f any sort were pre.por.ed by tben pending -fi idmifi'il! I election

) CQflCtti.1t ot" caisten tiy -1Lcfc: A Wr.vl c-J '5". j'ii-it'Js tj" >} r. t1w ks2k o' Mr. Clay to any one, on the ,
iu tincourse of whirl! $
the YAirt Wutt Vcr&p ?, Cl.vr t rL-t.r r.i>< io any poi S'i/ou Jo t ic ifrieiih Mi. Ctty r aTvt cxmiyLumoe with whicli their vote was u remnrked,

I re4guy c&nitkd tr bcfteve ; v>ff'JtcJc e if rj.vjS ig, t1e -fA7i. t lIS w any

thtt be bd tit ta the dege LfCIbIU / A'iata A*. i'1i.'r.Z, iti any % ':a- fcir trrn. _) ( if1he Gr- f\re a vittMiettt thitt'suck a prr jo/;-
gii cw- In 'thtt Mr. tevrtJy'e5' 'ay. ir its roj/ix jng < ? Jarl.bUii: i3Jr. >\ \ .'! v.r.1,1ay.. orzuyi1 his fiteM-i for tcoq: was ever made, or swell & c 4 Jiftur-fS int'* tbi7 Mr.
'l kt-cjLi1 rtWW'I .r. Achi r :rnld rOt te iootzrh'd Lipt114tesL was & Clay's he excJ'.jdfd! iroui toe JloubC. To

Jc43r4'1-'! toc t cvsdi .hck.& tkeidL Si'c-r .ry xir'.Statt. ?o.r4o i k-Q-ew or tlwItglfot1t the O'flt5.tI wi uo the cou11JcuceOftL -j

i h dun. SPCR Virjjiiw*:!* wereoflteJCT. tF'cie.t 1tPs.i'1X. ti'r J C- bf'tove ti;,\: Mr. Ola r <.';'ei exfstr-.sei! I Uts fc-ieucK 11 declare to wIi.'l2\ ; ;I rej'Jicd : *l I s.uu1)oe not

lie gsve nw. wst fnerxKy reccplioa -' 2eJ iith iRft i ( .% F Ci'wdz.eut '!:!.Rirwi*?', tr aav
:ud tiigd n>e to stxy so we days j a; ':: ;- te 4>eui ;v :i. r 2uI)1)lf1} cr tofci r cnt J.ickion. if lie ititI 14 was psserted by die th appr.tratedutU to do my duty liuthfnlly.'" lie add?

z.a.J.Lt ; : asJrfl.C(". ciu 2 ST)1I kr.ZJ :3tkJ .;! iI% <'cc oli-c* uf SccreJcr- of .ksm.
We fVi tkk t* wn- 'eieiil's ( en. ( I iot
Soi v s ev uith tTi1. we d .. that I: stulr-i Iii the course of Jhe conI -
r. tty 'i'etniLk i' l'ivi.
;
in beic ) : l'J : wnly igtvoTcintof any swcltTims iarra crneiat i4btit
ui cuz.'p"y. Tep "
g, ( c-f Mr. VtISa.i-tL: cuunot cwucclvcof
qsiic I to :r h : ; pie # *::2et'r.r(31 f-li-v J I ()'* ui.t hij
$j (tr. ZJ: JJBP.rtiiiV ;*- i>t JJOD- $.. Atx 'c tLeltt
&tVIkIft at QIiiitcv
: there -s now Jbc tore ihettnited P bliCte
lSr. Chs frit-hS! : ;Lry i iii' .'..h'r H.jfjjruitf 1 t I Air. -IJ tns <*rtis :4'tIld induce me to support the election
evidence of the
tT.ud 'i item. :c. the dizhi' ; ?nj, IK vote ofiijn! xr ui't cum dition
3 t I !1:5. that, if t'ey It .'ich. fruI!* <:Cry West-ern State,\viOsreole was of Gen. irk-on to :he J'rosidency -
.I4.r.r% u' :r *"m'Jik1 Air. Liar b'eci-efary of '
tor kw g'it taructi : ? .-' --ixCi, 4"th3t T MI r. 1sb'3 c. tjv, -- i. tjrrj.jqCk(4I1: /.)( in's frjfiiilr, .ynalTeQ upon Mr. Adams, trvvept that Forlf, f haci r.o other ohpcuon,

.Ab t.tc n&t..J Sri.ti ry Sze, .; tir&i't4 Ly-{< sn fae4i%itire ii (' : Vi. to v ti '!> .A--f. or support i iin, if he coiihii.i (J1 .'-iv. ('okthe ItSprisentntivetrcou lUi- his'wa t of' tbe r.4ce1iry quaiiucntiou;

Clay .wi his (tcie! ;t iie Lz1r, \i. & t11- &.'i4 tL' <. ;5t/- of S..cjtiay <*".' .tttev A Unjj and Jiu ering1 illness, ierici would be saIicita." Tu e rtMi.jrkui ; -*

IIJe bsn .et ) the 'scsirt UT1P urrc 4'1 'jilt.cI :. v;.' ,, ei's! J.Qly 1flcjI the iletii of that Qe4 ierna3 ,

it1(1Lfl' ( d tR ', Itn : ju,. L.t I : )..; :.:d) ,. uCt.1LidtJ &otii1h'ad prevents -subriis-jio.i jf his. Hal it de ;t .1l4)l.a'! -iaii1 Kiting impression i !

: (:ecJztI itt it : 14(1 ill +*M'.tJr't.; .iiA'i { lii.T ;'.Pet.: -.-! : tc-ti." vnyll iy.-tcfifu-r ji-ve ocj. well Jnovut thut >!r. Adonis VMS on 1).tvidQu'. :ninI, atti1 t'leatju !

frti : ;A'fZi; itd nOt ; nd iiiy f'r.-i 'fr;: d'i't to1 '. j.,;i-)n v-'tv /.ic ?r. iiiitiai : resolutions ivere Iseforcibe Ln"i.i ..

,ttjk ted.ec t'rr.' (iici' .. 'UJ#' ICC (Jr4!. I I.iI
Q : ?
'I there
i ': :! hj r-.vu w.'iicbth'i X e.cedii'g cx- Cit%' %. -cxiiteJhim. e- ;1 il( requ-jsriii! thu
fwv(: Id receive it. 3k ci L : :, i ;tL4 iroirL; 4f ;t ',J.' .-: hw> 'ur*.: t.A Dtvidsoi
henx! tu t-icm, tht t.i- aM sex; the 3 ciijv 41 J''Ko'Kr ciihi'JxJc ,. Tf.x' a "?1r, T.M tn.vHri nare3.m. tts: 1cWfT (oDr. wypec)-iiilercoxjrvi, >4': r.e'r tvfcs p o- \ -

-mrfe c rthMOX u>icr tuta hcftrcJ tcy (bfCJ' C .r_ ('!'.i .L { tp$ bt. ( Vw Ha'"t iiiivt IKJ iwritiitoiilit, > Ft'V- c.LUy uor p iaynaliy my'friend.: j informed stu't-ral of ills friends of

fa*tt. % rUi'.y tc 4 ice 1,1 cl tiidui.wliiiiz MJsu-jjii theconver;atijii with te atd i llwt hofts
i't ; '
or \rTigtU. i. 'ti ; your IJ.< 'S, Alter ,
Mr.VlHte the ij the
cfctVft pclilic
,
;; j je
.i&r I-4.1 ..
Teif rxpJi, ofltie r t rit1; t1' : hi.i'i ).tICj, zi ay 4.4: tpP- CVIJ4IC ii' diA'ort-nl members ,f'i cotivinced I would! not supjiortGeu
< twctrty t
rj A /til ? tI Eti'r tit tW L*i4td's of Gir ..Jck- t.r :' tt -.H' {.'h a 1l's.-u fv-gf, rwr jjiidf tu' 5e.iH'JwS'.iu ; Jack-Jjn.! tie coinmunicated
I di 'iv.cestfl Congress embracing- my fncr.ds iron j
>r raa, nt Zxr.-.1 I. i 1ii'k .o4'JJ. .
1 ( urn : e L.'c tttr71)U. Clay ;-e ij.tt '
ai.i ) udur the \\ UK 9ernztc ('vspuT.tij -, ii.-iHi have iKrfkiumu <<, tii.iii
| him, t'.icy 'wtil.1 1(1 1'i& er..iidvf.Iv 'C'kcTr HtteutioK va chiotty- \ K' bin iho
sU3:4,1 the fact George > > >n Ksq. Speaker
n ic be tb* < SlalDy caci utj3 p. ( ; tL'tC9I< u.vi'ii V be t bCfr ,
? ; I illrfs" *'l I'M! !. iVd? !: reeled, in the j.reparation ut't'.ieir rc pectivc -!
:. ".rd. J of thy f Mouse! of
Ak !
Hr. :'U> ut t tftchitn t.t-Pent uf1tttttitvI HV_ tv> favtu ufynuc tu j j KHpresrut'itives of
( Iid(4IL; %4 bifl: k14.1 1taPk 0elL. ;.fI smlementH, to the iaycltr.! iettcv |
'th ;1i frOL% ktu.v c.rbtcce who
e'rti t any j Kentucky cyijuiirri'dviili him
tf :: )& : .:;, Jtivl ilito it that then lesliiiiony .| ,
1 1tti(4 ic w& >r tr iitatl. or whether
c'i 1 tatsiu
the ct
as it* taie flr1tfl 3eCtK ( ,. fact bt ii was itm atil 'ite tim afc-r j jz comJli 9lr.Iiyurt wf-jouiaiflc t>r tht frincipaily ajijilies On tiiat point, they that I could noi consistency, under

to the .i titt Ckdc 'ui. .Mr. A.Lip ( ta* (hew agiced ft'uJi yf :'it-. CUay: to aijy.fKTSuH, cu'coiue al) cumctir, in proncunciug the most Uhittdhicd <*ny cjrc'im-tirct, voie for General
Triai Un hiso'zt Uv f oi'rapcr suck
: to Advis-e Af r. Cij io ic&vp of"flj olike ) ( vviiJi ujjieii thi.r vo e'To siuaend ( negative, and. on other pcirtts, Jackson. Whoii the s.ttneresolutioiHvere
'jvert\:$ C .e.tIa: ) knvw.iii lie CM *VIhttt kiIds.7 'tin hot 4 eel coufidt i ? >ev Ts.l of'them arc uot leaf cxplirat. {*

zt'ne ot tlee 2Ui of April, i-i tile the an infamous t'.ilso- j tr! first fcrancli of 'tJa-imi'iIiy, it crcdiuhle, cr is it cousoteutitU the \ before tho Senate (of which

jUC'4fl .rqr&ph : The Jo viui i rout Kivud <.* :1l I4&b 4OUJ fl4,1 my C'oi. 1)tvi'hon was inflii Member
Li it* nnswr is, that i i
th ,nocciing tie reply to ucu rcusrkto > it1 O, 4.i3Te cpeciaJ( i11 r )wn i's'ru1. bud!) urupofitiou, nor do J heJi'jve iiuy such these gentlemen thovrc i uy pfrsiin.ilnterest hu rose in 1i.si(7'a and OhtOS'(1} l

*U1tur.h_ I" vkichtisey al'ect to con-' COLJ2LZ7i&4I) xnd d lib& ie a- was ever made. J'o the secoiid. I ajigwer.tliail ot ;notiv whatever, diotid them and the viewsvhich ho
sidcr u U.ifhly in iu < ei. avtsivnxo t i'o JiC1.t.4i u iiiv-. yn per n mmr kiK>w oC nor do i >elic'.ethat first Imst y given Uteir j.pfakofthe overture* tuadc by !tt.a .. (uie aCojuut.'ltrce of the conditions of presented to thU: body, lie stated th it
sen uiad hoMjrabl for sole
ovdjinres
auy any see by fly be&i ,
( Ired-a.nL ay i beciuce, o T Rej vet." ilie friends of Mr. nil the I'cQ'ninis vihich tltay cnuld
} Oay to any peisou, the Jourual, he i* cauUUititesr tgatns' Uro Mr.Lntiw. .% taes, "1 cii only say, with which ibeir 'vote **iis tot1eeid. ing tlrutlres I fuss rl tiring the wi'jL si-s-iMn, tomtit

4tduw. !t 'V ttC&L ezp1iciIy t1att.n ei. :y xtl-'y, tIt i lo not ." not induceaj to ahandon what fCIIjICCt'C

t1)ee cctre4 !* ortUe )P&iIw(: /h f iuy prupotitiuu of (1eLU9 a! Metcafewtth tiis cliRracteristics In the publtsUed crrcufar wJiicli, in
1i-i. (i.u. 2ick'.on March 185 I addressed (/ to be ,uitiuty a Mat.U25.. bct'c v *& ttzouuce 1y (M1.b cts -s tKci irahkuess, siiys ; "{ totnr tot to my Constituents ,
tic LegIS1&t'"C ol' Tcwaessce a aT.'K cszz- v.x* evf r 9 ie io the fiicnds of Jeiu JHCK- A1e, th&t evr ketirdur tliouglrz ui soch I remarked *' at that early r>cnoa" knew 1 coiiUl not 'concur with the majority

did zte.' son, tjy tfr'tt'cuds of AIiCv! or aiy ofth'MU a prop. t ; a'ld that 1 am wJiuIly i n.X'aut of any Urake of the fess'rs
on< pr'> oftht modical
? chai'ge, if it did not oncmalehl lc Virginian appeared in Me public .
hxviog; been lhu-s sctone ;iii<] circuit.eil cojtiditiooe of any swc Iwiug pn>psed to prims.1" He rroceetfs-Is" R of the school 4 i' Transylvania Univeriitjand Vt Join J. Crittcndcn
one by tl c fii 'itn { f Mr. Ci.w oil a Critteftdcn E.a1 (\vio is
atiy John J. of
by, Gca. Jidia, aixi inp iuttjug- w, frie& dsofMr CUy, I enter the tnost sol lsq Frankfort.
-niujr fier-ds t iat I th.QZqiJ4 U j2raper, compliauctf'witL'" liciiiKwrvotj was; uiaditO emu protest ....fHn5t thn rig ntoftlie GcueraJ. my Ue%eroii nation to support Mr Adams referred to in the circular tu my* Conatilucnts -

i .t7g" myself r 3Ir. Vri i-is
is trcch, to re uf loen the &ei4iwjj fth1 bt'euoiMJofllie to eiit11vexp1idt. He-cays, tile Virgiui.ui, or otherwise, to &ty that 1 not, at that time, recollect, nor do I probably never before Iweu exhibited to the
friends nfMr.
tizk (r'&z cue r.ti WiG wjjI "having Clay Mould have assisted ia waking Lmi I'rcsi- now, all the occa-iions OM which I Public) te tiiles that "ouij
l1t4 Act.oi. t W4'I voted for Mr. Adaf-is., I cUcprfulljr! a- 4 ,l.,, ,,i.. tI, _...._ 1 A' .&__ nt.r't A.t fl fl fl.flO.I. t as t. n ...: : limo i in
_I co1i Mr. AcUms. vaii uNhis the lull ot 1624
myself to the
lii'-ad of raiue. Dr. U'wiKtns, at *nv inStmice. opportftmty say, trary if J ertd have keen cLad to brikev'r the unfitness of Cen. jackso for the conversing upon
I have uo knowledge whatever cf the it- of the thou
add* raced acacf'irtlomcii lJL1 that General Jackson would nut 4ve oficred 1'iesidency, and my preftrrence of either subject pending Presidential
- hove mionc4
durii. It'e a.:*- iitlitir jt .'&g, propObki, or auy other tu 31r. Adams t1)e.JiCe) which he had oft lie other ctntid tes. { remembered election, ami speaking in refo
hauu
projicMkidort. t>ee i made to General
aueultan / and inquiringf tiicte wire any itnlh in i oJ'liis
fricuds. jest b called
Clay oi auy as a Jiilition io yout ii\4 to
Lad be L jchi't! liL their
upon or vote 'as t. be> xrivto decide and
vote between
of liu-m b4ite, answeni HbJch arc aaotvti (jLCigL1 *,uc'bs ffiti intended to impart lusevertlinsUnces, similar conversations the! other
'$I Gt n. Jackson for (Jic Prrsi prceiiied the |>ublic. 1 lie answvu* fie fiubjouis, haf Miwas wei! known ta rov the belief(UsitJir. Clay's frtcuds we 'eAcsirous liave been since brought to my recollection CantiidaleSjWho might hr returned to

z1L Lf 1'oitud ta the Apprudix. riaig- constituents, for ntnny months pretiouK to
cit u-coring to the vepcciive 4ehatiois the late 3PresfdentiaJ nan to the exclusion of Mr. Adams, or they occurred and his from declared ih-it
tiec.tton. that after 3JtCtay presence, ; you could no:, or thit it
iVonx v.4iich tfecy jjrocct-d. Tiie writers of otherwise, uadcr Genera Jackson, as one and
Mr. Adams was m-xt choice a a voluntary friewdly communication
for
tiiew 3je m intiIg JisUn/rn-lud iadiv'uiunls who purport that I am now '
the Union. Where kuuwis famous assault the motives anil hon- Gen. Jackson in
ahy are upon any event. My impression
were then before the people% of the United enabled to lay before the Public a considerable -
uu1.seera1ofIhiem arc well loianii ta variou r, so far as I am concerned or believe, of is.that this
Strtes as candidates for that exalted 'u.. portion of die mass of testimony, cojiversation took
paiti tnvursv"i11 those who did not choose to supjvort'htui for
It<)I% (including that of Dr. Drake that place at Capt. Weiniger's
"* ; on tavern iu
ln
bfiittf.
\ coaiocand uuqi&ified Tiiv. excel me Piesidency. rrply to rourtei -
is Mr. Jjclicxn dedtres, "that no sncli pro- nd I have if purticular topic, which is now presented. 1this town [ Krankfiirt Ky.] not
;rucRot tixtir characierc so veJl cstabttehrJ po&iuou u-us ever (u within tiy know ( inquiry, to aythat coicditiyiis very

that a. mcmhet of '
Representatives, who will not oe presumed conditions of any fyrt Were made, at anytime fricHdt of :\li Clay to ny person, on a riotis occasions and times, beginning in' in the Full preceding the last Presi.

lobe deposed to bestow on ihera u>>de- by the friends of.Mr. Clay to any per- conipliiince with which their vote ws made Kentucky as early as about the 1st of October dential elftction, and that the declara.tion .

lrnfed encomia mfet)1msdf coutraned MKJ, oa a compHauce with winch their veto tu depend I know nothing' of it." 1324, and continued in the City of made

bear hu testimony to --ft. Mr. McDttfl5e wts made to dep''ud." Judge LetcherT the only Member ofConiv Washington, down to the period when by you as above stated ww:

said in the H. oi1tepreetatievs who boarded-ia the saute hyasewuh my determination to vote for Mr., Adam* elicited by som intimation that fell(

debate of the propositioa to refer Co aCotarntitee kuov or believe that any proposition was me, during the Session at which the Presi- was generally known in this city, I uniformly from me: of my preference for Gun,

the appeal whicU 1 oia'e on die oc- ever made by any of Mr. CUy's fri casitra of Mr. Krewer's card **Lti ne d dour know of no sach proposition or intimation
; < ,
those of Geu. Jackson, oti *Iii; morning of want of qualification, and HIV "
word to the ftteud of Mr. Clar( oa > the L'resieiitaJ election oor have I a knowledge of any fact or circumstance tixeil except yourself.
at other resolution
or nny not to vote for him, if i
floor, (and there are no members on the time; baring any barln
floor, for wliosa generally I eel wore reaper to be *Hecteil irotnthe three icfurned to the lieve Mr. Clay's friends, or any one of them sentiments, long cherished, were deliberately lution prior to my departure froin
I hare ben. inforuni'l that *oi o of ever made uch apropositiouto the leads
!
,) House do I know believe that
nor I
; Kentucky have
any of Gvncral Jackson.' expressed, to Gentlemen ot the no doubt that in
his frieudi that the amendment 1
tuppo conditions of curt were proposed by (beffte
any highest of them
;' containa souiethiu which is respectability, most my my promiscuous and unreserved intercourse
oil mi
hare Mr. ul know of
th f Mr. Clay to any person, on a Thompson gays : no pro jjcrsoiul and particular friends in ail of
neiJcd to beat futi s ily upon Ihem. Nit compliance with which their vote was-made position mude by the friends of Mr. Clay totheft whose estimation among my acquaintances in
1 must have stood dishonored
to ; not io.; My object is mere!* to cou tie to depend ;" "hwt i do btlieve that the assertion tends of General Jacksoo, to make that State, others, not recollected by
if I had voted for Gen. Jackson
,
thc ctarget made agajr.ct the honorable made by Gen. Jackson, us reported him President, if he would not select Mr niecoulii bear

flpcc. *r to the very wordc of the letter of by a highly respectabLe Virginian, and floftbe :. Adams to the seat of Secretary ; and I do contrarily to my declared purpose. This and testimony to the uniieviating -

tIz4c Jiif man froia Pennsylvania," This chaigcs of a like character, tiiiput- noi believe a proposition of any kind wus purpose was avowed immediately preceding settled determination of

.?U4(, bui rolutaiy tribute was expressed ing either ioMr.. Adams or to Mr. Clay, made and I: expect if the frieuif of the Ge- iiy departure from Kentucky to attend mind. It will bo now sceuthat after,

:_ l thc 4t! Fci 1325.(&ce Nat. Inteligeucer, or to their friends, any improper, inconsistent -i neral should ever speak on the subject, he Congress, and immediately on my and immediately onnw arrival at tho

t1 i the Lime iouotli.} Oi the 31zt March corruptor fraudulent! condnct no that will bea secoud Kremer." arrival here after the termination of the City of Washington 1 adhered

:c2& ni-irc: Han thirteen months after, interesting and moaientou* occasion, are 1 Mr. Buckner. testifies : "In answer to journey. DaviH 'I rimble, KMJ. states tttt, this to
amendment to the Constitution dangers about the first of October 1324 he held purpose, and persevered in it until .
uc lMe known t<> be inch by those your inquiries on the subject, I will remark a

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rtiil* ? .*(:{ ting-a President, the same gen- Mr. Bartley expresses the belief, I., justice such proposition wa made. Indeed, not Kentucky, on the subject and prospects of my vote in tho ballot; boTh .

fr: 5.P? : rtr&ed :oha.c zid : 1w I to Goi. Jackson, that he never madetl. proposition, of any tUscriptijja, rriain tw vf tUcyc'nJimj election \vtnOihi ( *'













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Deaths cud DisI\ Militic CAi4rr.Ti.c a.lvcrtiJAirtentolTHOMAS M. I i selection ot School in the several stnnll lots. New n! llj to
Re.giv"t', I'- >". :. DIED.-q lh 15tb uh., i. -ChJd-b
: WRir.hr, Paynifier, Anny. Territories of the United 12kc. per Ik. Louisiana at 10A ; 45- :
zials i -in the L. 5. Xtwy since Dec. In a Hibisc4teul column, announces that he l.aireceived MRS. ADCH.IE Jisso, *ire of Mr. John

2,' lb2G.-Amouj! the resignations! : funds for the payment of Florida I'li-1' I SlatM ; which was read, and orderedto Uplands at 9 to 10 cts. per lb. : .IamiPOfl, of thuCity.ssasms&s.

Commandant five tia Claim!' Claimant will do well to 81111 ( a second reading. Charleston, Jan. 14th -Long : -, _'. "'_,
Master : :c. <
ono I
ire the tzme5and at which they will be paid, I I -
places JPriday, Jan. 11th.I Staple Cotton Timtiuues at the rates
Lieutenants, one Surgeon, one Suru's and attend arcin Jjnjrh.Tlf "Io.itla Militia.If. .
I I \lr. Y.m Buren, from the Coin.uit- of lust week. Inferior qualities are
'! Mate, twenty one Midshipmen, = : [ underngned having1 been in'
Mails. mi a"r. n Tnt rart Judiciary to whom were neglected while the fine are in fair
-Ty F i tee on the ,
Masters one Gunner .l cled to settle with the Militia of
s ru
i" 0 S.iiiin" the from the' .Niml', I I
ot Letters
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am Papers i referred the bill "to establish} a southern : demand. Sea Islands, 22 a 25 ;
There have < *lVicfiithi. this Territory, called into tenrice by Gov.
-in l one Sail-innkcr. hirh r-hould have :uri\l'.. at the Po"t )
died during] the last one Master I{ ,.' City, t Jjy iho 3Jail from Burnt (..iin, t\n I I l judicial district in the Territory Stained, 10 i 12 ; Maine and San- : Duvul, for he suppression of Indian aggirssjons .

year Suiidjy'lw. did not come to hand until Tu >- | of Florida." Reported too same, tees, 17 a 1!I cents. Choice qiialiI ; !fI will be prepared to pay themat

tv.rrmaiidant, seven Lieutenants Mate, cfay noou. \,uell they arrived in tbe 131akeleMail. >' without amendment. "JkMr. I tie of the above description have. the Indian Agency on the 12th Februr -

two Surgeons, one Surgeon's : >-. *nol at St. Ai'gn on the 20th of
Asked commanded )
three I Jobiteon, of Louisi0JK higher prices, pasucuLry i
one Purser, one Chaplain, the tame month, at Tallahassee on the
A letter{ from the P. .t Master ofNVwOrlenns and obtnincd leave) to bring in a Lnhlauihiorizing 1 uric)' br-tcds of StM Islands. IT I'Olts I- .
1st and the 5th March
Master I at Thipoia nest.
two "Aletur
.ishipnicn I one Sailing I to the 1.t1.,-" of Mobile, !:i\s
>Vit wains: one Sail-maker, one ; (Win the Post .Ma-ter (Jenoml illlrmJ; metlvaf : the establishing ot an arsenal continue; at 9 a 10 cents, the PAyment will be ms !upon the order of

Lictneinnf Mnrne j and one \a-I ) adajly. mail will soon be (' l.ilJli ..Icd u llu? f ;it or near Pvnsacuh: in Florida dtMn.iud I for lower <]:i ihties i is hunted l, those who cannot attend in person the
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1bt-c. ; which was read, aud ordered to i1I.lIIiI.! from it> SCII tit.\'. prime go<:soil : order should! be wituecd.' Certificates
and
vy Ajjnst.! One Lieutenant owe 0.. honor will be required rom the Officers
second ; : frtvly at our highest quotaiionand '
:,lld.-hipUtn Ii IM !het-u (IST."CtI.CENFttT4 ;; J TIle t1s rt'-PTf.ti'/Wfl.-The Baltimore a reading.House who claim compensation ror private servant

I'rtiii jlf, 04'the .tlh Jau.sa." ":\ gentleman : uf iteprecutatives.I f ivery tins ,.irceb have been sold a- *bile! in the field, setting torth the

ORDEil.A ; of Virginia < us that.should if becleai'y b ;I li The sales :
\ x suif /. I % f' tt r.tu' principal ni rnc, color and size ol each! ; and that
: Mr. Crawford \ Mc'ttdniJtia.. 7Mr. / .
ntwieiffood that ot f>od loco haVPbeen at about 9! cts. f they actually kept and employed) them in
: \. OrRTr"T.. J i H uld r lit- VicePi'eFMiencyVireisi- McLeun, Iroui titul1uuittee
accept service the whole time
S.uuf inferior if ofl red in the ilunng1 charged.
Sth JaniK-ry I 1:3. i iOfprcs ia onld nol h .*it..te a moment i in giving on Indian AtFjirs, io ; i ii.c'u& .\0 t..W re- t vorv( : I'uHCtvul niieixUnce at the times aryl
their: l.im h-r vote Th.t he will atcept, if I market, j it i> believed wouU not bring
of the Na\y : \lr.Luuiiktn
upon dtbe if,;rred resolutions movcu uy pl\r s iucutvMicd i is particularly request
elected we fJr.\-1' t.> \>e a fact, J nd this x> more H:,\n 8 cents ; though not having -
ri 1'iv'nir ?)t, or le.ivintrn; '.n'll Station : ut l Geot gii, aUt .\i. MncuIt'il ed. TIIO. WKlGIif,
before Jong. ;
kjMyrn
eucrally ht'dHuf- s,iles ai tnat 1.". S.
Comnmnd- any price I'ny Msr. Army
will mnke the: I.
report to i I of I CiHlC it e, .'elati\e io ne r e-

in? C.)tIlcvr, if he bf senior: to them i i Firdan of !r. &,v/fz.-An :\acp.r -to1 Pa- inov.il of all lie Indian 'nues L..st ot we i3 hut quote it. Penacola.- 291h j.nur> 1828-46tf. -
StlL'I.Tha? beent.rGoirrnor 1':1-I! Mobile Jun. 26/A.-The CottonI
sfttrc. tLit'-llF-> ,
in rank. j i iTo I hc Rtvci t' W lh "t ,& &
,: IJIJ"I I,. !: '.ifStitli 'C'trfli'I:1: ThIs i.sispp : .' :Uel li.,s beeu bi isU iluutig this Xl\'llCE.: :
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\re tf ink,,? all i'>=tarice. wherein the Eprutmhas I hat river, mudea rt-pori iu ueu-1 upon -
wi-uk .u'ai .' iitvo raided the pill HE Sub.'criocr, luring formed apartnersH
EjII 41 'a&F'lflY I ceIDcuC\ be'ujuJt!nusly exereis' d.Co ja-i. 3
: I I. that suujcct, accompanied l\y a s.iur; is i '>\ A' t'h-7' J 9 C'it JL j) w ith Mr. Peter Tardiff'

!. WLifs iii" r.'wt:ltd to n!, ai rorrr bill, uppropnaiiiig lJWO, lot mopUl'pObC CottonIVfC I -queat! all persons in any way indebted
'tii'l'-nre bftwrfii oir Government and t>I.*. ut c'll ltlug u uCjjUtUUOit Ot itaifht.t.- i "; Li\c-poo!, TO lit '. to 7 ..fce immediate payment. All

Hrii"h Gnrerninent, relatiye M the impioif.ciU I the ld. 11 14. 5. .\t)1 $Z. i S"acriuers! to the Gizette will pay ubcr.pttojjs .
fiction ; iiiUi.uis to ex-iHii.e country west
!>. fo the rVa Cation within tlieriii' f ._ .. .._ ._ h0t14' due *o the Undersigned.
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1 rnp 1.;fte to 11' Cta't of FI"ria.! ;\hfi! n ;- )1 tue itltsdta iiM ; \\tncu Wd twice __ : _----- -.:_: : --411-
: "d wbo,e nidtvuiual} a..uo\mt it w.ll bo
eludes! wth; th f' ':-'!' rp, (Int Hiu: -! j1crv'4 ; l'.HJ aud commuted.I i thrice Current. I
'OlH'Iil"th 'ite Go\rnnnt \f eiiicut.t lurnht-a to them for the remainder oft

Iti"|i the; Uinfpii!riiinent; :Mtf( *. inthf xjwdi: nrofei v-t.etI.'Z;' I WHITE, ol Florida offered the _-_ __ ''_: =: _"__ .L.c.-- ,:>e >car from the date ot their subscriptuoui.

I li..ht "Oll f''. t 1 ):ain; liI ant! !hu.71: "I e ; 1 lOiiuwuif' lesoluti'jii ; \siiicli i 11c: uue Corrected tt..t..iiieel f'r it .. s 'c.i.utL(1e. .i."Jla t \\ ZIASLL. hUNt.teh1s3:07.t. .
Br ticl. 8i.ii I ,.j J *ii"'Chnu.'U'i. 1:1\\c'r'n dw Ihh.t- IstFcbruar l& b.
ami that iii'eciiol3hayea'ready ii *y on Lie laoiellcsotcta : .
ma Ban aid rrol' d.J : j I -'
been frnen !f)r.ak'n the nciin iuai tne Secretary ofthe agiezg-yaiU 2.$ 10 2S ci.iAtt LtOtti.
j j i'cu&acola \
4,' preliininarv *te' toward* earning the proposed I l'n'tufY OC auecifd to &epu;i iu HI.aft': :!. 10 10 1; ., :

i : measure into eftect. iluu )2.cuu, h 7 YIf1 HIS Iloue, Uieij occupied by i\Lj.'r.

--- 0-. this :e me irpori u.u ioia- h'j. V to 12 $ .It.lHO .\ U'IUCHT, will be opoe J on-
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: ----- thefts seir' oy me iteccivor aiui liejgisterol iiuu r.l .uitry 1l. M tv> 16 \:1>. the of February, by the jut'criticr;
FEW ur Is.t, h :
Appointments by the President, by the Li.UlU.huce uiFlorida usi ,.., M." n I tuIt :' v.110 Jf'f.I'ec'u1' o'"Ma a Uiare ut ih? Patiunage -
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mul with the adcicc and consent of.II '. lb :i !; of tJt? Public. -\11.! which ihv loaooru .
uicer.uuTiuui \ ,
.'alir Oaw ..Pcir.I i 1 direcied .uo "
.; J to- report I u'OIJ .: h' n. .. .
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stuawuuj proYl(1ta
the Senate. i'1aUU t
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: the claims to lauu ijtinct ) ,
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I the Public. ,1 : C.i.ppetzs. Lo.y the Lbl lt>. Hi and every atleutioD devoted to theqaiet and .
T
I THOMAS R\. rJ.o\.t.I. of Florida 10 I
by au act of Coiigresa ol tut; la>iSession. rruucviitt-u, bv ilic comfort of those who will favour the House
f V. H.V5I.M Iltvr ha\ r-2 la fn !js hro1t't -. hn JndL"1} oftlu United S'-JIPS for tio! AuetUaiftJjMr ,* h"l.. .I .l.i11.1 to IS els. with a pielerence.An .

Ifl- uv i LrtK 2 l\uuur into partnerr.jini Middle District of Florida in p.lrc liuih. "io ct*. ficrilrui Billiard Table, attached to
: : tne 1' iit.g i. B'-OI ?rj.in; Bu-'iuess, | Sheppard, from tate Con u 1nutk Cnro. &) the Cargo,
of AUGUSTUS B WOODWARD decensed. t2)tOLdC. ill.Cuii It .tj. the et.tli: >hrntut occupying a separate
Florida -
:!.t- I'Ct)4 G.iztlH !I1.! \Vcst Private Lam CUmus, to wtuu
Cneeae.ii.). #to 1: u:. building will contribute to amusement/with
v ;ill in iuturr bf plll li ned, and .
\.1\111"
\v re-commuted ttieir lonaer rcpovin iNl.-ai, ('i.o. liU1U-) h}'" out inlerfE'r; with 'he good order and-
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11)t' hu-i" is tP-cuuductedh) the tJuJersign.cd HF.NP.VVrn.so: \ of Florida, to he lvL:r e to me claim of the lisi.a oi t lour, *k ,>ivuGiu lt l. 6 < quiet{ ol Sloe Ilou>e. *n.t private parlies can

lIhl1 i. ; fit MI cf Mirslul of the United States f for the) : Dr. Andrew Turnliuli: tu a very tx-j t .n"c"u Q 4.J be alu.irs accouiiuodated with a distinct

\\\ llt ttsiI 'f{ l\i Y. District of West Florida in place of teiii.ve nvct Jt' 'lhl in Lat k U>rtua, HaU"u
l made iu the editorial.auaiv ; ,. "<> Tf1"re b on the p'-emisps. one of the best
-0 dun ? } be WILLIAM SEBREE. 3ece-ise t
(' >- x.ie Faj-er, ai d the Imsines? If l11LuWe: loll->v"iiig additional reparl.It GUl p'I",erKtg: 6 oO U T rVJID. I -Z: ,bo! .> in tat place' *t\el C Horses shall becilv

*si.I:; ht i '.iU-tetia* ncrcinlWe, in all rt- From the East Florida Herald t wa laia ou the taole. It 1tt1es. Lry V ct$. .tI : cu4ed to.JOUN.

.J"<"*'' > a ::.1.1 ill:dP-! thf PLItJL1C.i The East."-We are much gratified f The Commuiee o) rivjte Ltd: :" dt't r' ."> GAUNTER"

::.;,' "-* m: oft tl.e vlnzfite viij rontinne at with the prospect no'v before{ us. Claau; ;, to whom was rc-'uuiai ueU [ h-<>a, i't b. '*! lt* t'4

Five DI. .r> si >"'ar, jJ.Iva iu Iu.1JIe. fl.UlJp.. !1. I' v 1'1 ; TEB.MS
ait'unct.1 Business in East Florida) his revived lieir \
: the Petition oi the M rtyiejt ) K ,
If".tl U< v; > i
>jji'. ai 'M: l>o 4'h louiu! .t ('' u IHIUI4t .H.If' Hoard Month 25
very much within} : the list two or SiL1ttLe5 < Auurt-w i'urou1I, &tiC4ikC S'aW.. O. lllul. M. I: *u XJ CP > per $
teiu i.I j '{:i-nfr income ill' ;l\t.*! an J as a D.iY fioarii ts, 20
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'H,: m 't lJ edit IIJ" %t"en t ):H.t uiot t,) three months, it .:oiuinuesio he more i d, \epltrt- i hat: Hl.'J.tiBll- ;- -11 10 U-> ., : DamerBnakTast 75

|;".-- ;".!. es'abJisfiir.t-iils' l geu ruily, lie; Cn.1 erIc'ouratng still ; and what i is more U1", ;.iftor a fL'Vib.oii \)\ iii: o-j.3v u: Ht S.In;} s :. ; H, ;) or Supper 37$

ij, -.;'IW- ia.v.-zioiiht proper'lo"l1cwuragf' I substantial,-several persons) have comeand :: i'ciiiiOUL'rs: are uiuble 10 .iL0"'l'1I. I l.talz't', 'ipp., i. .ulco .1) : tu.4 Zi Cb'1 i Horses per day 1 or.
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: al 1:;
fi,<- U:1i.Ii-n ot nM' 'vv. aJ th' time fl I month 20
ti.n.i. ;, tJan :;ti ill' ..a) adva ragl ore COIII'IILT! with a \ie\r nf unkin i.I. ant; edS.'JI lot'l} H.:l.).; HIt \:1iMG ., \ N.h. L lt,1. t 1 Pt'osacoll1. lt per l831&tf.ott's '
Febtuaiy,
?!** \> .It.l.r iyt" ti-oielore, w no remits ihei.i 1 i !r ettJements'in the "Cast." When; of the rt'j,ui'i siuiiuitca ny: t H>e.u 0:1 r .:. 4i1ok.es i
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..,: arii\lh' ;1u1 r nitntu 60 asked this ? the i iud I 0 ,.
y -ince. < i why preference reply I this c-isv. oa UIC -O.l uu., uu'V: I JifcT Aoehnrejiut \:
di' !:" :i ine r'-inm-Mictuu nf his SdbMiij' < ;-I i \ Ciai.! W to ?l5ct5
dtiralde the
is he soM is i .
: more !1 bej leave U rrli: r u> the > i.ue 'i CIJ1
; lb. i> cts.I'o.k. .
U"i. will rN'C\f' the G. z -re FREK orlt.ii I I \\Il., gil, -
4 .fc;, which will \b fpu' I hy tne Pub- :. climate more favoriblt-tranItbrta- ltltlHW'0 the i.lcb :.itI 1..1j.jlt'la'-t lL I I \\ I"u. ht, ,. b.j to '2ii'ErTtL. t'i, "'U'N'1' & T1ZDIPE'
I I I ISlh ,
livh! '> fit the tune cal mrtilri" them :-tliiis : tion less expensive arid more secure HHi1d' tiu<.a to l'CIUmta.Jhe. I I bbt. -t : received, in addition to the Stock

LvjurnU-iii to u dClIII.ti'llf fifty two ,, from risk ; and markets more contiguous. f! Ijectitd oftlu! : i>i\i\t i ul' ttI i'uiiTne : hhL i.f 1l 11 01 H4MP AT TH$

4 rnuaar.. to sufAOjifn-i's in the Territory i:ti':>,Tr l 3). -r.-_ cts,. PE.YtCOL.A BOOKSTORE.
I1Cf3.
: '11" riiHut.j. ui fut tiJ '.:. wii'iiii' one hundrt-ci 11 l. L 1'ohz.)4"S. Ir.i.l. ).Jw.) $
This season has set in resolution ruoved Mr.Viij CH :o-rCL.Ps or THECA'XOSCATK.bv .
jr.lit"* t.f Pt-dSrirtiia( or s.'xt-iiiji- .id t cent* present operation I I I by Swcvt. 1Iu J. (v! cia.i SrV.ai.TBR
tl ..i* L-c ouii that distance and Four first rate SUGAR l\hLL,.to I \ laiicu read hht $ I SCOTT containing an
Ju :< )* >< ;s } out ; rtyciicriUiysas; up, r.I Introt!ict:on. wherein he acknowledges

j(12tTe'iiuIy.! ;. wit : One at ftJilU-t-.ro at Alaclitia : ana udo[>tud. Ii I 1 tl:e. tt. 4& !himself the Author of the Warerley

!*i*>in jut! after this date, papers will not and the St. l\larv'j-all ; R'H'-Z nils-h. ro to 6:21 ct.
Jan.
one on 7 /"'iffa!if< 1 Oik.On I Novels
he dt's! .J.Jtn..i.L 1 10 13<>
than >
sent more imn'ty to asiv person hUh ). -
: in the East. mi1thm.If \'.- un E, ofit Flor.ua, .." The Youth and Manhood of Cyzil
5OII
W Ji<' f.til'i to lemil either the Cash or his I N. 1-: dip.1 ) to

glue till t4 H theamoiint of subscription II I It is said, however, that the lahotir was Kt-soU'ed, 'I'hill iiie Comimuceo I I ; ;>>?lI". .Mu;catl'o: -t to 5 ? ThoPfI'nn, .

the nmes of all others will be stru,'K fioint.ur <;I is much greater to clear the 1 md.: !) the Tenitorie* be instructed to iauire I !t..n .. 3 tu 4S1gar Tfc- l-or et-Ne-Not, a Xew-Year's Gift

Tut, u. a tiicloab expense to the Publi.hVI This is idle calculation. It is true Nt l..rh Hto Lji4. tJ cts. for 1828
an i
into the ot
( iaakiug
{ expeuicacy The Minstrel Lyre collection of
.. \ do. ill hiAi:. l> to 8 { a Me
our lands are well timbered with p'ne' com >ensation iu Thomas F. Cornell, irica's! by Kllei;
In ma kin? tlirse nrvr rfgiilafions the Vn.f [ Io.fa 1.11I.4;) wJt> IN :22 eta

ici si.MH-l trust fiat inrv aie not in -langerof I cypress and live oak ; but we hive ;, oj Florida, for services rendered asDi 5h\, h-t: 3 >> TJ:.- Casket ; or Flowers of Literature,

lobinir nn) ratttuble portion off putronnje saw mills and nunwrous w tte courses. i >:rci Auoruey under me appointjiu'iil :ttlt. I" 4 uus h. bag, 3J j to ,:: $ \Vit'.61tIl1 Sentiment; a Min'-ature volume

whit'h )has ;iirretofore I been exteuded to I .-The pine and cypress cau be : of{ tilE (1'11 i Bitter ihe iciuuval lute1 c cB. rt 96 pg' at 25 cents.A

Iht* Curette, anc that they will give otTence turned intomfTcinntihle! luUlI : &gars. American ?.. .sSj.aui Iti'j l".Lnt collection ofT
readily tit Pioiueui i ot he
by i Altorney -
to no one. The necessity of them will be .Ip- ii. ,. 12 to 20 JC:3.

I : fun'! exrir.p'ified. by. a reference to the Edit I her, and the live oak i is a vast source i>oi..\ed iccording\ to law, and beioremeappoiiiinieui Steel, (irrmnn ii>- 17 ct. Together with an Addition to the for-

'I"o ot tiic National !1J'elligencerwJIO. not- of profit, and i> indispensable to the aol amval of an- (row 1 ,') 15 to 18 Tier suoply uf School Books. ,

\0\:thtandiig HIt' magnitude of ticir tstab- hip builder. Titus we see, noihiii osiier Attorney l'riday, )au. Ith. Ei!i,teied, 1J to 20 Pensacoii.( 1-.1 February, 1828
]' hnH.1t, recently stated that tiiry \\cier A" n 6 to iv ,- -.J
'
the East
settler
!lost
is to a new in ; : MiI I Divis, uf Saum CaroJitt.iironthe :
bll'ffltr 'ornic moniy to sustain i: It is Tar, Mil. 3 $ Assize ot Bread."VTO
take oil Kind will .
r.nt nfr'tiious patr.>nase which the Propiiftois { I- every thing we our Committee ou me PuUtc Lands, Tobacco Chewing1. Common, Jb. 10"to J2

< t :i \i'w'paperneedihey- are o- more than pay all the expenses of reported a bill, granting certain q jariter Cavendi, 3U to 50 TICK is hereby giyen that as good

'Lif i to buy p.iper and to pay WOI kmell clearin;.. I i sections of Laud to the ferntory Tallow, IL/. 8 cts. -Llf fresh \n\ir\ is now selling for g6 25

to suv..Iv; th(ist. \\hodo 1It: pa\'. as well! as Mop.ti.v, Januan-22. I Whiskey by the Bbl. Gal. 30 to a 2 a barrel ; the Bakers will for the enaumjj
of Florida, and directing the uianaer fifteen days give thirty eight ouu > (09
those
Mho) 1. : and the lornier "ue thE'1! (- The Steam Boat Coosa which
fore .. > and If I'in whicu the c uailer MJCiioflj laereto- C&t/OIJ-\tlOut liX bales hive arri..ellince twelve and a Halt cent. Agreeable to-
an ( \ < .ic' not a support a
,. took the mail for \v-Orleans on our loUt notice of the article, which i an Ordinance ed by the Board of Alderroen.
*
p4j -- :wT e !ained hi rt
week has returned. It ha>e l ben sold at 9 a K! cts. we have heard I
xii!illl /'t.-o?! tne sooner it> 1'11'IC'c Sunday not JuU 30th 1824.
!: \vhich bill was twice read, and com- ol one lot tint brought Si.
:u< a i*aie <'lthe fact the tiftler ; as they was rumoured yesterday and the day .By Or der of the .1Iapr.

may be enaNed.! by a!"..nuloi.npthe busi- before, that she was aground near ; .nntteiJ.i r J. G. Brake,
lieto HV- ttu'in.hes fir-in ruin i Mr. Hamilton, from the Committee ,
Dauphin Island but cannot trace .
Uuh these irruarks. aud with a full confidrnre we I on Mihtaiy Affairs reported a Secretary.Pensacoljf
the Sll1.l'f. February 1st, 1828- 62t.T1Iik'i' .
authentic
to
in the disposition of t the Public tosupion report any source. bill mid the of #
fixing gradtiutiujj .
pay -
: the! r* -tnac la (iarette and West We are without a mail from New a

Florida \1 'i-tiei, n hue conducted on the Oi leans of later datevthan the 12h. tlie Surgeons and Assistant Suigeonsin -- -u 1.,

sunn-Jlriu-il'lf. awl" jIlt the same anxious Ihe army ; wlucii was twice end,
Mails from heie, however, have in m'W lc I) Y the 5'ibscriber is a
ttt' the I'ndei kilned! sntmit the foregoing the mean time been despatched every A ; I I)Runaway, a Negn>Man,
who calls himself
'% tHCi1 \.ill be Stl icily. nd lie red to. low days by ckets.-llegister. Port or Peusaeoln.

W.Hascll Hunt, C 't \ l. r\jlL.. --- zv m
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Peter f iai cliff. \.j\XlJll S l\ .L. -London, \nu. 20th.- The Cotton- ARRIVED.Jan. ana says he belongs. Mr. Abraham

.r Market remains; heavy. The pur- 29A.-Schr. Thorn, Reiily, Baldwin of Montgomery Ala Luke is

N ATH.UltL A tor'\, I;>q. A"rv Agent ,far IN SENATE. chases for the week, consist of Bengal St. Matks. Passengers, Messrs La about five feet nine or ten inches high,
this ttitiDn, \\l\\\\ lu! L nl\, armtd in thif City -
"I 011 1-1 ida) IHI ; bv, '.nul from Mobile. Monday, ilk January, 1828. at 4 to 4d. ; Surat, 3| to 4d. ; RuaVilson, Colemun, Httines, Harrison about light thirty compaction-one orthirtutwoyeara, and appears of to be

Mr.! King from the Committee on and Boweds at 5g to 5d. Pindar, Parish, Williams, F. age.

1.1, .44. 1:4iI-e!JOB j 'Ill, Mtmfi I\ RCA,rs of nnd the HFNRV I.rai. >,l>itire tftMl'n.CouvcV, the Public Lands, reported the bill to Liverpool, !{Jv. 24tn.-There has Grimes and Son, and Fontaine. Comyns.Constable.Pensacoa

/ niny''d] in this City, on last:Tuenta morning ; graduate the price of the public Lands, been more business doing m our Colton Sloop Gypsey, G. Look, 1 day : .
iu the Schr. Thuin, from St.Marks. with Cabbage I 28th January, 18Si8-46'f.
g) and to cede the refuse to the Statesin market, this week, than in any from Appdluchicolii Bay, -

.!:. Claps Address.-We devote much which they lie. Read and order- for severval months past. Sea Islands Logs for the \\ hart*. COLOU1IIAN BK10 IND1ANO*

of thispaper to the publication ofMr. Clay's ed to a second reading. have advanced per lb., and ENTERED.Jan r'itJtILiC. ,.ri'I1I r'.

Address to the Public. It is a document Wednesday, Jan. 9th. the prices of all the other growths 25/A.-Schr Amelia, Ratch, hereby given, that the undersigned

Which must be read with interest Lyall Mr. Berrien, from the Committeeon hnve been fully supported. The import New Orleans. Cargo, to Austin and L intends to pay none of the debts that

pant Tt':.'t'r.: ;emit we could to publish not i il injustice, and its extreme to our Private Land Claims, reported a is 11,851, and the sales not fewer Finlay, J. Quin, J. Pescay, audio niay be contracfeJ by any oftbe crew of

JenK!:h makes it necessary to lay much bill to provide for the settlement of than 23,080 bags ; of which it is order. the t olombia;. Rri tmliano ; therefore
that *>rso 1 A crediting those sailors should
oth r nvitter aside,until it i: completed. We claims derived otherwise than from supposed,7000 bags have been taken 2SM.-Schr. Maria J. McC. Baker not p but from the Dcotttiinclf.
expect payment
hall conclade it next 'rieek. the United States Sea Islands 10 New Orleans.[ Cargo, toVm
\J __ accompanied by a by speculators. } to :

" A letter from Washington, d'itil: Jan. 11th, report ; which on motion of \-. B., : 19d.Sutined, at 7$ to 82d ; Uplands M. Read, J. O'Neil, Pensacola ; to In molas Yrguiza,

informs us, that the Hon. Hv. M. Bn\CKEN- was ordered to be printed. The bill at 5 to 7d. ; Orleans, at -5k toSd. C. Le Baron, Tampa ft*) ; aud to PenaeolaJan 4, 1837.-42-tf. .'(.uter.

)./Jlt.E,; tiJ the Hon. JlI,. J.. >Miril I have been was read and ordered to a second I ; Alahamas, &c. at 5 to 6d.P. N aster. -
re-appointed tn their; Ol!ic -*. And also I
that Jut Excellency prr&ert Wv. }'. DIAAL, has read iug. S. There is a fair demand for CLEARED.Jan M liL A1tIt.thWMENT.Florida: .

been re-AppuiiutrJGuytruor of Florida. I On motion of Mr. Benton, it was Cotton to-day, both from the trade I 26th.-Schr. Elizabeth, F or- MaiL

II I Resolctd, That the several Memorials and from speculators, and the business I syth, New Orleans. Cargo, 6bales of
fau f the t'nlted We Due 10 o'clock
Strtet.
( commence e'ery Tuesday at A. Y-
in this paper ilie publication ufthe Laws of the I I and Resolutions from State and may probably amount to 3,000 bags cottoo, and 60 hides, by Austin and Ixpart: anac day at 2 o'clock P. M,

1'nited States, passed at the first session of the Territorial Legislatures, and on6 copy without any change in prices. Finlay ; 45 'bales of cotton, and 80
Mail
t. Twentieth Conureis. (without the names) of the peti- New York, Jan. IQlh.. -We do hides, by J. Forsyth ; and 3 boxes by Blakeley ;
Mobile aadthc States of Loulaianu
Laws of Florida.-Our readers will find intnia tions from Missouri, on the subject ;not perceive thai the increased sales F. H. Nisbet. Including and
it Mississippi. :
I paper, a coniinuatiou of tile Act of the !I!t of graduating the price of the Public Cotton in Liverpool and trifling Slal.-Schr, Thorn, Reilley, New Due Kvery I'uesdAy nt 12 o'clock 1'!.: ,
-hiUtiye Council of the Territory of Florida,
.
pa s.se.l at its Sixth Session, 17.8.Ve re- Lands, may be printed for the use of advance of Sea Islands, has produced Orleans. Cargo, 12,000 bricks, byJ. Departs every Friday at 12 o'clock 31.

cIet, to oWrve that m the Arts published to- the, Senate. Thursday, Jan. IQth. any greater activity here ; holdersare Campbell.U All Other Mails.

tiay. Lemslators have not hten as attentiverrrrr Mr. Barton from the Committee on not disposed to give way further, FOR THIS PORT.
to .m>l elegant 'nmpo itlon a is del irath. DUE every Wednesday and Sunday at
i but v/e tniM, that when the whole of the Public Lands, to whom was referreda and shippers contend the present prices At Philadelphia, 2d. Jan.-Schr. I o'clock P.M.lippart .

L.t"I' passed \Ii.\ : ..m phall be pubnslirtl, weeliaj'l Memorial of the Legislature of Arkansas are too high ; the sales since our Fanny, Corson ; to be despatched aGoa eveiy Saturday and Ta.dayatLpa5t6o'ctQckA.

>6n-l of kw that* "th--.v i"ito ue their(Council Ccrit'.eut.nay beeu deeL7J l reported a bill concerning th last have been about 7QQ baJej |is l$ iIS pQDiblo" 11.I.


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1 1. NI 5 B T t wile ctor'8 SON n1r'
} T1CE.ETTEUS WE T Llll1)i1. NOTl DE. F. I<

: of Ordnance leave to intotm his Friends and 1 Friday: rile 8'h day ol I'-.i,. Jlttt, Itt

of Admi istration on the A Vistr OF WEST FLORllJA, 'fIt1folJuwing Articles the properly BEGS Customers, that he hu re. 10 o'clock, A. M. 1 hall offer for,
- L4 estate of William; late of the; Stores
S bree
EMBRACING its Geograph, Topo.? of thc United :States, will be oU :red for commenced business: at his old Stand; lear? or ulet pubic Auction, at the!
(; of
ounlv Escamhia, deceased, having'been : ., with ai Appendix, sale at !'rueacnla\ hlorida, 011 toe 10th where he lots for sale: a very gi.od assort. Court House in this City, .the tolowinerproperty :

granted to the undersigned by the ueating of its Antiquities, Land Titles, clf IH'J8 crRble to input ofFresh or so much thereof as will! sati-; D
lion dv April, i tne Court for the
County County
and Canals. f the ol Pensytola, for Tax.
) Corporation
*
of Escambia, all persons! having demand, c basses! at toe fullowing pl.lct. VIZ : Seasonable Goods
thereon thrSlsl of
TOGirrilER WITH : es due up to day lecember

called against the estate of the deceased de are' A Map of West Florida, I-I uuct +y-I-,tit,.I--- -OI !)X a. CE. u.: i Received by the latest;, arrivals from Mew : 1827: ; unless! the Tax. s are pa-d ,
without
upon to present them York and Philadelphia. "
Dl'Il\ 11'eizh t to the subscriber before the day of bale
l of ,,
those indebted Exhibiting a Chart of the Coast! a tan .
l:1V-and i.
are f( quested 5,3iaud4 Point Blankets
and
th al.
the 1'2: pdrs II'0n Cannon 12OJ\J, together u costs charges-
to make payment immediately to [g 6 U ,6 dt; o. 6.SUUPeiwtLcoltL 7-4 and 8-4 striped Duffield 1 Blankets M. Simon, 4 Lot, No3, fronting TIJC.B.iy .

Aim S. Sebree. Cit>j of PeixsacoAa, 7 of It II diUo 8,5.H) 1 bale superior( Heavy Whitney d<* S9 *:, I

.,.ldm IIl'atrr. .. and the Entrant of Ptnsacola Harbour. I 12" CanollaJn, 1.8JO =5 bale XVIiite & Drab Flushings J. Castes 1 lot, 1!<0. 1C 1 7J

January 21st, 1828 45-8r. Br. JOHN LFK: "'n.L&\M.. I L2 9" dittu. 7.50 Blue and olacfc imperial cloth! blue Pinchbac,2 lots Nos32 33 1 4O

Just rteeiciil> for sale by Tm'tar and mixt ca.tsi meres ; satmetts aborted ; John Donaldson lots, N,,* 3tJ

..NOrr.C \\ Hasrll Hunt. I'o"I I II upcr.uper and common fancy print, 40 8788 99 104 202 203( ;3 Jv> I
9 r'I I dimities ; 7-8 and 4-4 Irish hnei.s ; lrashla i)43J9lO:1l 312 313315
I
"Pensacola. 8th
hereby given to all Creditors, I le Jan. 18'27Ten L .
13 I I. cc" ditto. ns ; dnimie' ; biiper 6fancy ging.lums 316 318 >
and distribution ."lilY ) 18 llt400 3li 3J-J, al pr.nt (lois,
gatees persons entitled to Dollars (toward. ( ; white, yellow, red and green flannel Nos45678 101314 151617
of the E tate of V* illirnn Si-bixi- I I JiJfN ;/. /far.
deceased, that all debts au-l demands 01 .\ AWAY from the Sub- .bar(/I'm. f I ; black, mid: colored bombazett. 18 26 41 43 4,> '1.15b 57 68 59 17 51

whatsoever nature against said estate will beron the 9th inst., my ,, r a cola" ) printed bcmbazctU and Salisbury rlanneN < uribert Uutir9ne,1 lot No 42 5"J{,

be birred:! unless exhibited within tw. JL ;ro Man Slave, I EIllof &1 ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton ails; istateof ummiugj: 1 k,.t N:> 44r'rancisco tS1! -
Heavci'teens linen cambrics cambric
years from the time of granting lettersof S U l\'El\ I Uo.'a 11- I ; Collates, A h>t No 70lphonsoSaLs 8:}
administration l lam!, oppaI I ;14: p.trs Iron f'a7nun t.l to!J hdkts ; lUrogehdkls li; bl.tckltdlan crape ; .11 i lot SnT5 1 26foseph

Ann S Seforee..illinium lie !had on, when he left my house, a !:,: sere i th. >3118 I Co ., ditto. J !,-lU U flounced roues ; gingham tlr, spider nets, Saul, lilt N,. b'7. i lilt 214

pair of coarse olive' colored panti.ioons( !', Is"rr'ucusJ'll ditto.! vOG f patent: tlir-ads, Hu: sia" dupciplain ana 1 lot 251,1 lot ;2o; iv.; 1, arpentnnaiber46 :
:,(117',1.. I figured book musllllt1oiLs awd licit "
and t: round.a bout of the saute 1H I is a: 1! lIarb1' of :3; 53; -

Pensacola, January 21st, lyjrf-45-4i. short, thick !1ntlt f .lo\\', not much UL-CVC '.:I J'+J'I'J1SaJI'JI lama Jidkfs., comt/y flags, figured crapedresses Marian Curtis, J lot IU'., 93 5<;i

---r- five feet high bo.iy face, sulied cheeks! !j I ( 6n: pdrs 'C ditto, ) ..200I ; white, brown and mixed cottonhull Antonio the>, l"t Nu:1:

\rrlCE. axut no froil+: teeth ; about 40 y;are old.: i I '0 1 u ditto. 11'12HOIJ burr ; white and mixfd worsted & Ju.in Majagi.sta.i: 1 lot r vo Ill, $ t
I j 9'1..l"
n' I1E.lesn:.tble dwelling horse, helonsng ;- Took a.'ay, : with tim a shot-gun alllli j i g u dlltu. 3S0 lamb's wool do ; fine linen hose, ladies lot No 21J & 3 lot No 2'J7 4 1?& J

.I. to the Estate uf Samuel: H. flat c +II ec I. I I ? I ?12" "diuu. 2.l.UUU white and black cotton du., I earl!, slate, Mde lala, 1 .01 No 121 1 40Heira j'

Overtoil will be rented! on t'eAsJllJhp[ ','I'r aaovr: reward ofTen Dollars. &. alii 1 I! :": I lb 9" ditto, J.U? 0 and black worsted. do., pia.n and camblet I at lob Pan'ou lot No 128

terms, by the year, to an approved I'eii- necessary: ''xnt :ici-s will be given for the j I -. I 6 U 5.2 U cloaks, furniture check, bed-ticking, su- & i lot No 1 9 1 12$

ant. recovery office slid Sl:,vr, byE : w -< 4h "dltlO 8,540 perti'iti cotton siiirti.i {s, .il I cloths, plat} :k Fan:> Philips, 1 lot No 130 37

The FurLiture A. SIERRA. I: I 3 C cc ditto. j, OO bombazines: fattcy belt ribbons, ui.ick and Mde I'errdbioss.t 1 lot No t53 Sl: k .

Pensacola. ,{annals: 14 ''i, 13g..1: .I tf. I 1.H c, u no\\jt rl!: 5.56 vvliile satin and inantu.t do.- -4 Irish ship t- Jose Ft'rnandes, 1 lot No 158 70"
belonging to said Estale.is for sale; application :: '. illg.84 damask, brown iinen black.t
4 lurh. ditto. ; super
l'OOO Manuel Arrias iut
may be made to the Administratrix, \ 't ,'fr L'," r' ..' \ .. "r I ., and white, plaid! and i No 18& 87 _
t \ I II. 1\ r. .v. N" t .. :j l Iron Swivels 6C iO striped Baptist Estate Ut Hyinciies,
at residence III""Ii."! "" Ia. -' A lot No 185 5-::
my printed sltatrls gild hdkts; printed: \\ale r-
LEON COUNTY, J, Total welKhtlrolrGlu1hou/ :J 3ii,<146 Vicente Osdos+ oit) i lot No 2-15 17
Robt. Mitchell ,. too t>Iiawl ,fancy silk urcss-:, nuns thread, Lewis
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----- -- : Duncan, 1 lot No 261 70
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MJDDLI1:
rLC1\IbA.
.2itorney in fact fur the4dmnietratr .(2.24. pdr) Brass {:apron 13,9J 10 linen gioves, linen tapes, ItusMa siiirtings, A".tonio Manilla, 1 lot No :281 2 Iv)
'i.r. ::: 6 .. muVddrau clolli l blue and rcdatrouas, iijALSO Heirs! of Cre, 1
1.21 .1;!iuo 1,2.6I. po, lot No 284+ 1 05 -
TIlE FLORIDA HOTEL. f
Pftrmcola, Jan. ,8:8.--.a.5-$1. w .<< 2 8 In. Howitzers do. 2,41 0 J. Vslia L-'ngi: lot No3..;4 17iAlexander
.r-,.._- 1 IE! Subscriber having un 4 cases saddlery assorted
I.
: U do d\l. 41 2 l'ttlttlnlll *s, i t 325
:> 17AMatilda
NO FlC K."W" dertalcrn the ll6\ / 9c IJrewster'. tab assorted -
superintend cc t.es:: qualities ,
I UevllI '
.
11. 1 lnrtll do. __vl 6 3 ( 1 lot N( ;3J9: 25
RTTClla enceof the aboxe named enUibfishmcnt !
of aJUlil\l..tratlol1 'having K iJ Kosa Garcia:, lint No 343
B 4 been granted to the subscriber I for the accom- Total. ,wt'ig-ht ufBra\sCannon 2i.l GG 5 trunks finerca.ly made clothing 2tBul.ilie
: oi Oarcon
C '\ ___ ::::--::: ___ > 4J J.t No 354. 70 '
the Estate ol Jacob KeIktr, late of tit,- motlaTimTot"tra\ and regular boarders 0 (2 J UOO Ihs tanuut, (falls and skirl ly 12tninlti 'lades' and gentlemenboots 1: ":tate: oi'Savalios, ; lot m.-wUi-d! t 70,

County of 1'bcambia: deceased: by the (recently{ occupied by Col Puui: r.) :5 I of various ClIibres from 3 to and shoe John Fiilcoiut loi No. 2S47 &

Tlon. Judge of the County Court, all pet most respectfully solicits the patronage thil't-twu }'IollndcBs t.IH Itlrc IIi'antl ouvs'suurs, biogans &c. 48 1 arpent

Bonn who are indebted to the said Kilatt- of his friends and trip l public+ in general/ ; (j; 604 11utket Carh'ldg Boxes Soul lealiitrr, Cat bKins, shoe turcad Miguel Constance 43f

Will n+immediate payment to the subscriber tsunitjr' them, that with goad as this sectiun oHhe( 5 \boiler
and as caveiuiish do
those who hwe demands a- 1.; Bayonet hells superior John Uavis; -
I rpents N<= 66 GT 68 51
jfamtt it will: present thlsaUlt' to country can a fiord, his bar with :t varicttof :'= : J ;!
4,9J\ Primingl'ubes Iittl'(1Wa1'C M r. 1
I &c. Brady, at pento 69 174
his able with I ,
choice s ; goodprovender
liquors r J
; : :
F. II. Msbet 1 0)1 Nusrey'
--------1 j,, NO )
: Pen 7t 1 7
with I and desk }
together an: ativniive i;iOt4t1CI' pocitev; sportsmen
A.d illi ;3 1,2tHurt Fittsw knives })a.;II t'l Uiplet: urpents 1\,) l H2? 33 25
lrlltor. (
In And if unlimited} attention, combined I 1 ; Knive! &; forks, carvers, waiter '
Jan. 2jn!, lR2S-45-S1. with moderate charges are sulli- I ; Jack Screw and trays; llennmg's beet needles: ern tf- Dilate 01, Jludut,, do N'os>> 134ti5 '
: JS
Sheets of Tin and 6
'-- cient; inducemeats, he at least cannot: butconfidently l 2j. the fern and trays, platted spurs, spectaclescarpenter's v> 52&-
weight front Cof.bX:1'lt..
N"'rlC 1 expect a share: of public pa ---, Scrap : tools! shoemaker's and cur 80J arpcnts 3 a".)

tronage. ';', ItfY.--I'hcdes" will nei's do., stock locks, padlocks, ::ho'els"ud ,l4 !iu (;iraltMm 10 do 35
ETTEKS he tits CHR .
Testamentary on the Ks-: U! \b
L tate of John A. Ko&gers late of the J..]' 'l he Florida Hotel: is a )largean dcommodioi'.s and rite minimum price of the lit esY' Ur d- longs, Kettles, allure pun:;, cottoncurds n) ) alt 1 do 17*-

Coutity of Escambia deceased, hnil1b"been : h-rlding! } htautifully situated nallG IS fLu J at twea \'.five .cents per &c. &c. Charles' :t T iffiin,

grunted to the undersigned; by the on the wt's J s:!.ie! ol Govr.'rnent square: jJCHIIL !bur the! Iron Cannon, shot a'h.l r'rnaat'I: :,, Ucc. 7th 18'27.-: g-t.f City Collector for 1321.

aii: .' calcuPltd! l'Of a res'it-cct- ?'!lt,_'il;, fifteen dJll.t,,
Pen1l.AC1)1fl
lion the County Court ot Escambia \prv.'iy 1 j :s per ton. Ownerl rantary 11, 1S.7 -4'> -.it,

County, all persons who have" any demands I hie[ Puimc Jloi.Ne, in-ing in ani;ibh;. | o. F'H1ndrlt.'S. In the &,;fher.. St'ltt-s, c:in1C .-.; G.tJ.ll BOILERS.tlE ---- ....

against the Instate of the deceased, situation for business, ,.ne! l i'tlu: :snni:. c.- ; h'l'"i\ !, any illlurlll.ttion/ concerning t -' subscriber has fur &ala few BEIS' \
;
We called upon to present them witli-.tr. \vicini'y of the princ.jal rojd.s: lc..hi"'h I'f...: Ir/l'II:!f\lL'd! a'tir.le';, from Cptaill '-l Callers parSugar
as a .from
sample : tliC"
delay, and those indebted are rcquesie-: to and from T.II.lIas.'elJavid 1 'lt''kr. t.. +HunCH, Aqsi<;t.\t Qlanl'r161'"- ALMANACPENSACOLA

to nuke payment immediately to B. Butler.'I.a'bh:1I.c. h'r, 3. a. .\,,11Pcn", .cjl.l, FIIJI'id.l ; or 1 manufactory order. can supply any:o'Intti,_ tv
Ito F. 11. .' 171 L 1'
from Lt J.\AC A I I'll IC
All. ,
James PeudletollExecLtt0, : Dtc 26h.| -44-.itLAN'i conman& lJIg U. Femacol.aHec.! 1827.-J3-
,
:: .1rnu.xl', 1ia\01l Haug-t', IIJuiLI1:1.van'l \ .
) .A.t-j ENCY7iE .

'- Pensacora, Jan. 23d -1827.12J-St.IS suhscribeis (have opened an of l I a. .El ll1 ch, Thread Laces, Lace; Vcila, 1828
Yr1
-- I
h'ce for the purcli.-iau and hak i 01!,1 I A st.r titaster
:!\ ofr 'lC t lSc."
Lands, at St. Augustine, in the hust' {fcl'-1 j I aac A.. \dams Subscriber has receive
herb given to Jl c.-e.liiors, 1 lcg':- ",aril}' occiiiiicd l by Jol. Pt'rriuJtt! tin: THE' per
Itit I I.t, on Ordnance Orleans from Ton SALST
: T'lK
( sel'Vlce. Phfadclphia.
ics and! persons bl!,tktt '.() (li tI'LJiI- hO'i.h! west! cornet of the public -,
tquuwhen Pensa"ia: l.t Nov. a'id Marv Denrpsun from
187.::! l't.YOI't ;in BOOKSTORE.
,
tt')+'. of the: Estate ol J ubl.Ib lgr>. per-ionmlesiroiH to accon-pli-h <.I- addition -. -- -. :
his --
deceased, that their claiiiis/ and+ 1 ctc',-:u -tthen jsMrchase+ : or sal... ot'r..'al I is-ite, are 1 to former A!:ataoruneui \''". HASKLL -
\\ \} \\ \) box levant HUNT
I containing an as;ortment -
on mid Esi-tc will be :oaned at Mu- t' xr refine) :stud \0 kav their coir.mals.: :(

Nation ot two )ears 'from tIC: .ue of giaiu A long icsidencf in the Territory ol 'If WtLL rc'rnc i'r''p'salsat tha0 f ce Thread 1 and Gimp: Lacey black 1,1 AS j'lst received 'iotn) n.jston, and of _

"iug Leiirrs Testamentary, unless cxluui.Tetitothc Fol'II! ;:, has emblfd tile s+ibhcribei'j: :'o ,I a. 11I1Id+ tht of Altai! nest, for Slppt 1)'- trid white Lace Veils, pain! and "figured few for s.&ieat lot prices, an aa-
subscriber vvitum: tl,.* : t.ul foil', 4-4 Gimp laces, &c. all of the r.ewestpnt- sort me nt of
: same.J.ir..33thf hecolnl'lntilllltdy ;'CfI'&Ilt.1 with nearl; : ( cue use of the Troops; on

:hulles leldI'LOtl1xcclty, '>' all tli. mdiiiJu.il cia ,I'., to 1.i.I\.1, in "h i. I this Station. It must be merf.hant.ib le enm. ALSO, Blank 'Bonks & Stationary ;

"
lad'fi 11'astt"
white
t hose- .
(: and rclat-ve; value. And tlit- 1111cl" i b*+ by measurement ..1t t feet 5 inches super{ cotton gentie-I Letter, Cash, and Invoice
Bouks
P"nacnJat 122 : > mfl'i KUSSIJ,
)-- i.fS era vats, black) silk hlidkfs ru.e ii
J- --- -- l ''ain;; application made, for nfo-ii..I- ni; irh, H feet inches i.mg-, and the wood i- Uini'ing

lion from rxery part of the Unitr-ci )tie!>, :u t full four feet i"leiigtti.1 ) To be de v" en: shirts, gentlemen's brown and wn.te L *d.I.'I'S.. : Journals Waste t _

U L I more espeevally: ', respecting U.l.f e.s'.A'.f.s; ella- 1 at any place in the Tawn of Pensaco-] tinrn gloves, fancy prints, btiiped and Letter Hooks, Leather fiacktt, and Day antfncrs

hereby given, to all .redi'ois, Lt;a- iias! induced them lo believe, that un trst.ihlishinent ,, where it may be wanted ; and at tl)>e J 1 j j checked }nraks muslins. (.or-

tees, and persons, entitle todistribu* : + "f this kind, could! be rendered Cantonement corded up by the Contractor 4 trunksp70utciiien3bootsshoes! b r o- A IhcmIphabl'ts, pocket
useful lo the -.lblic. himself: within I gans and pumps, of Very stipeiior} qu.ai- or Memorandum -
convenient
distance
tion, of the Estate of Col. Jon MILLI: p : bof-ks I.t::.'hcC'G'el'
and
and ladies small
late of the County of camhia, dece.M'that &1, All orders directed to them, for copies of the water bide, at th/" usual landinp ty morocco w kll1tllK f-f uts: I Quarto Biank Hooks. ;

their claim: and demands will be of survys, map: or plans as well as oilier p lace. The wood is to ht delivered 1 at 7bales 1 3-4 and 4-4 brown shirting- 1 Super Uo);' Knvfloping
"
infurm.iuon, en the above will he such times and such I be 1 caw c, low priced clothing 1 or Post Office
barred at the expiration of two years, ; subject, quantities as may Paper, Superfine Folio
Post
from the date of the Letters of Administration furnished without delay. Luitcrs: postpaid directed from this office. The customary K. 11.. N j 1slet. : Drawing and Letter Paper. Blotting..

granted to the subscriber, unletsexhibited : directed to tile Land .'(;t.cyt fit. delivery> is sixty cords per month from 1st Pcr.aacola, Dec. 20th, 1827-4J-tfs. ruled and plain befit Foolscap Paper

witbirt that time, to .-lu 'uetiur, will receive; due attention.JOHN Nov.. tc 30tn ApriJ, and halt that (piant'ity Sand Boxes \rnodfn ;or Lead Pencils. -

\\r. Hasell Hunt. LEE; WI..I.IA,IS, from 1st'May to 31st October. Two bids Inks&smdsCork[ jipair fd ; Glass:

WILLIAM SIMMONS, will be received-one f'>r the best+ Blackjack SEAt l oBEs, Sec t K:, InkstandsAmerican &

iglisn: Indelible( Ink
-A'miaklr- FRANCIS J. }>'A':'IO. wood of the country ; and anotherfor THE Subscriber haJis 'utit received per ; Higna! <.der ; Kaglc, Ltt'dt'nil : %

Dt"C.27tla, lS27--4-tf such o-dr and other hard wood as :Z11b:th from, :Vcw-Urleails.--and lards, Playing Carls! ; Blank _
N\\'t-\CE.: Ucftl"et4cl'oa has Visiting Card, locket lt',oka and
; rommf/n to the'Hammock on the )'.- on hand from former importations. N'aHets

LETT RS of Administration on tlu! Col. Jo:>. M. White, Hay, Magnolia{ Sasafras and Chincopinwood I Old L. P. Madeira, Cranberries, Ulaelt do., Ked rto.Sealing Kn: liaU: tVax and Wafer, _
and I
of JOHN M.AYI.I., Kite ot | lJeh'gaterom Florida, will not be received. The firs! delivery I do.U TenerifJe, lo. Jelly & am, &e (.: !'el1 1cnla::20m l\l\h'h b).\e3f

the County of Kscambiadec 'asid, having Mr. Henry S. Tanner Philadelphia: to be ready by the 1st of May ne.t. I 'Medoc Claret of 1820, Pickled Walnuts, -. hec- Ih:27.: .

been ,grafted to thesubscriber.by the Doe-tor'ilrubh, New Yorl, Dan'l E. Biirch Goshen Butter, Curry Powikrs, 'a-v.-J or .. !:t .ilJ:.!},. _
lion. the County Court of sai: .tCounty, all Bernard E. Bee, Charleston! Leaf Lard in Tin Cannisters, LOTS in the new Town of Magnolia,

pers/m who have any dcuinrnk! : against; Mr. Ja.1I.t WilJj ns, Balti.no. --. .fast. Qr. 'ttuete r. Havannah Chocolate, offered for sale. This place is i .

the Estate of the deceased, are hereby! Jni|;; ove
Called upon, to present them without de-I j I r tt I :t r" ... P+MisactLi-lr.! 5, 1827-38-tlA.3 I MushroonAnd TomaJoes'Ketcliup, the St. Mark river and 15 from Tallahas _;
lay ; and all pt"rltOns owing ,' .LJ see. The river .i -
any tiiinj to I .n.J N. W ES' Tuscaloosa IJye Whiskey, can be nat'i ,:,ted to tho-
rod ;-tat(' are requested to pay the same tl.l. E are thc aul.mr.zed Agents of 4l.3LhBA ET .i Flour, Bacon, Hams, &c.Persons"wishing Town by vessels drawing 8 fl'etlteI.; *.

immediately, to V Anthony JDencmi, of North Carolina : The I JUi'ti.vrup and Portable The situation is high, dry and healthy s

Charles D. Broth(', to do all Hung! necessary the purpose 1{a 3 \l. Soup, for a sea voyage, can be supplied t IMS two Sulphur{ Springs in the vicinity,
AdmikistratPensacola of selling and co+ vcying* the ricr. ght 'fJmmIf ; by applying to the subscriber, who one of which is only 20() yards frost the '

I 16th Jan. 182Si4 and privilege cf constructing, huitltJ.! r ANDTRAVELLER'S keeps a complete assortment ffS-a Sto; eat Public Square. They are said to f/o-sess
-at. and uutg.vrtlain the Territory: of Floii! ila: RESTMTHF. his Brick Store, Alain street in front of g pelt medical qualities. ;

NOTICE"TT I ------ nn improved /'eipemhciihir C,>Nt ?4 sill, : Sul-,criber informs the!'tththr Public For further information: : of Terms 8cc. J

W F for Graiiling .}feul, for which he has obtainrUu that he has opened a house! Square.Julius Pescay.Pen&icola apply to J. <; '&,"d N Hnmlen. s>. M.irksA, t
ETTEKS flf Administration Patent. >M or to
on the Augustus Stecle r
Entertainment TallahaMee
:n the ._. _
JLA Estate of the late This Dec. 7th, 1827-.38 if.
JO.NU HOME null considered St. Marks
PanE ik decidedly! sum pehouse formerly) occupied by Maj. Hall[ 10th Au.cisf, 183r-24-tf.:
E.t, Esq. having !Seen granted to the ,- clot to any at present in use, from the for tha-t purpose, fronting1 the : I

deisigned, by the lion. the County Cotrrt simplicity of its construction, the ease square, which he lias fitted in public 'I'HE Subscriber has just received per .- .1\TO Ir .
:
a convenient -
for the County of Escambia ; all person? with which it can be worked, and the manner for the reception up ot tra Elizabeth: Forsyth, from New-Ur I CONSTI fUl'lalhl appoint I M.cajah: I

having demands against said Estate, are quantity. of meal ground. The various yellers and others. His table will alwaysbe leans, a very large assortment of Gru :eler- Crupper of Pensacola, my agent anal ;

requested to present the same.immediately inventions and alterations whicli: have supplied with the best which; the ries. He ofim in addition to his for m attorney, in all matters and things relative .t

and those indebted, are desired to been made, in order to xrrvret the market afford stock :- to the delivery and receiving-
s: mall- can and his bar with the pay for ma '
nuke payment, to plrst and most valuable[ Chainpai tie Wine in Baskets terials at the
height, have best of liquors. No exertion trill be 3 of 1 doz Navy; Yard. ,
John fallen fi'.r short of the object desired but each, warranted'superior E. !I
Innerarhy, ; wanting on! the part of the proprietor, : Mon tgolnerY.Mobile .
M the cIo
present: instance, the inventor xhto render general satis&ction< Brandy of 1820. '
.Ii dmirl tralor. l to those 6th Sept 1827-29tf ,
Pel19aco1a, 16th Jan., 1828.-14-8t. I pears to alt acquired the desideratum, who may !favor i him with their company.His Xante CurrantsPonchong .
so long :sought! after stables are welln.lculatedfura Tea to\ % ,,11G.l..;ti --
NOTICK n umPrunes _
The mill attached to a Cotton Gin vil very fresh
her: of horses-ar.d a good and attentive: will sell
grind from J lift Raisins .. I or exchange for
persons interested in the Estate } to-sixty bLttholsof corn aof Oktler will mull times be at hand. n 1I' other f
ALL Ffuvcis day, and that too of a superior I grade Families Almonds ., ... sr property, that valua ;
ROCHEBLATX, deceased, t Gentlemen who may wish ble TWO
meal ; and the gcurrit of mill Medoc Claret of 1820 STORY f JOUSt: -
are hereb notified that the undersigned, ) stye sills can fie accommodated with private a' t
in the country,and toe labor : Tusculooia, Uye pleasantly situated on the Spring Road .
Clerk of the County Court, will ex officio great suffered part nents. UKO. FISHER. Whiskey {leading to .
lidtninitter said estate,purnuantto an or in ibe operation ot hand mills, renders: Tallahassee, Dec. 15-1--tf. Goshen Butter (Cash or Cantonment Clinch. If sold, t
3er of the Hon. the Judge of the Count it the more important to the people of do. Cheese good approved security will be

Court. M. CRUPPKK, .Cleric. this TerritoF). Madeira Win s Cordials Beef in 4 bbls. for family use required. ALSO

by J. G. UHAK, D. CCIc. Th* price for. tight-to construct one EKe.RE.CEIVED With an additional supply of Dry Goods; 8&fe head ofgoodSt6CkCattle -
of these Mills,, ts dollar per Schr. Orleans from Hard ware, Glass ware & V
Pensacola, 15th January, 18 28-,i4tf.JS I: twenty; and one Queens ware ; ;
<
,-, of them van be made at a trifling ex10 Sold Low fur .Cut!.. which will be sold low for _

NOTlCE.. prose, when compared wi'htlie advantages cases superior Old London Particular J. Pescay. cash.

resulting from the of them. Madeira me. .
hereby given to all Creditors, I..f'go Application to be made use to the aubacri 10." Old Port Wine. Pensacola, Jan. 11 the 1828. 'V m. 1\.. Bell, .

tees, and persons entitled to distribution bers, and those who purCh'ute will! be furnished : .10, tt Cherry Brandy, Supt'rior.O -PensacoU------, 8th--Nov.---1827- --34...-13t. !i
of the Estate of JOB M. GAYLI, with particulars in full. '" Cordials, first quality assorted in. DISSOLUTION. -------- 1 x

hate of the County of Escambia, dec eas- L. & M. A. Armistead. the cases 1 doz. each. tWine partnership of FINLAT & T./1LLOW8f DEES WAX. i
.J,that their claims and demands will bt 10 Bitters THE RuslI- t1H| g highest price in cash
in given fen"
barred at the jrraUuhauce or .1J 5 consequence of tne cc'"at h of '- the above articles i ii
of pala.fa. Demijohns
expiration two years,' p.i. superior old Holland-Bin.olat. Mr. James Hush t on i i. dissolved by .
from the date of the Letters of Adm' Pensacola Dec. 15tn, 1821.-4J-3 m, 3 'Barrels Cherry 'Bounce. ; allsons ner- Julius
haviug claims firm Pesc 1
..rration granted to the pis'U 6 Half Bbls. against the late .
Subscriber ,
within tliattimetoCharles uthibited \ V tt, and Cinnamon Cordials.Anniseed, 'Pcppor j will present them to the subscriber for PemacolarUi 11... 1827-38-tf

settlement, and! those persona indebtedwill I
D. Brodie. A BRACELET OF GOLD WIRE F For Sale by come forward and make payment: \\\\agiBtrat ", lilaukaOf -

Jdmtnittrator. with large Gold Clasp. as no indulgence can be given '
f tJI'i 16th Dec,2F. H. 1IL\ is bet. 1 JAMES I various kinds for bale ,
'Ian. 18:8.-.41-lt Enquire at this Office., Pensacola "1NLA Y. at
1827 1
Pcssacoh: 20th, Nol'.1t 7. .3 -.g ftrieto Q ftlct. .,



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