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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 15, 1828
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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:ot. IV. (PriftCipiClftDflhomi"e) PENSACOLA, K1t1IjAii'EiiRIJARY 15th- 1828. (Open to all parties--: influenced by eoa .) No. 48.POBLISUS.D -.

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BVN1' WJLKKLV. BY laws of the Territory, tfttd of the Uni- J ty Court in some adjoining County, j', Sec. 14. Be it further enacted, That sioner* and turned over by him to ,he'

l'14bI.J'tt" &. TAflIDPP, I'' ted States, to have a common seal, I for the appointment of persons to a-- I'I'I I.j I it shall be the duty of said company to Treasurer of tho Territory. _

and s oflhe oflhe Luttl of lilt bnilcd Mates and niter and renew the same when certain aud determine upon the value :' commerce their works for the construction -I Sec. 2. Bt it further enacted, That

SUBSCRIPTION'l't.rrittJfg cas' of Florida they may deem it necessary, and to of s'iid property ; and it shall be the I' of said canal or railway within the commissioner of Tallahassee be,
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Half year 3 do all other lawful acts incident to a duty of the s-iid Judge, upon such ap- :;! the term of two years from the ; and he is hereby, empowered to lay

Quarter year 1 50 corporation, and which may be necessary plication, to appoint five disinterested passage of this act : and if the said off the lots and streets of said reserved -

Subscriptions.payable iu"advance.. and proper for the convenient persons, who shall be sworn by said I I|! company shall fail to commence said | quarter, :in such sizes and relativo '

of AuvKKTmito.the width! of one column Kvery and advertisement transaction of its affairs. Judge to assess the value of siid: !j!! work within tho time aforesaid, or after -i situations as he may judge best, with

not more than twelve lines of this measuring type,first Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That landtimber, stones or other materials: having begun the same, shall abandon tho exception that the ,North and

insertion one dollar, each weekly continuance the said Company shall annually holdan according to the true and intrinsic Value or neglect it for the term of South-streets, must be continued from

fifty cents; longer and wider ones at election, at such times, and under thereof; and the value of all or twelve months at any one time-or i if the present North and South streets

the double same rate. Rule and figure work, such regulations and restrIctions, as: any of said property, when ascertained after said works h:ive been completed of the City of Tallahassee, and the

price will for the be first insertion. Advertisements they may in their bye-laws prescribe, as aforesaid, shall be paid by said they hlnll permit the same to o t East and West streot laid out parallel

tastefully displayed, for a President and directorsas to the down & remain for twelve months with thtf East and West
according to the nature of ihem, and will as many company owner or owners ufj so I present
be measured by matter of this size type. shall bo required for the management the same, before the President : I without any attempt to repair the I street of said city.PassedJinuary7.

When inserted at iuteivals, (that is, not inserted of their business-the numberof Directors of said company Inll bPI j same, then, and in either of said 1828. -

last insertion every week each, insertion from the first to the which directors\ be previously permitted to take possession! thereof. events, the ,slid i i cr.rporution sh-ili! be Approved, January 16, 182S
) will be
as a new ndvp.rtisement.-Arnount charged for determined on and declared in their Sec. 8. Be further: enacted, Tint; dissolved unices the operations ontbe An'act Regulating the toll to be rccevfeda _

advertising payable always on demand. bye-laws ; and the said Presidentand ifit shall be necessary or convenientin same have been: suspended from nighor ; the several ferriei on the Ocklockuey

iLf" Liberal contracts will be made with Directors, when elected, shill the opinion of the President and low waters, or any other unavoida'bie river within this T rntory.

those;io wish to advertise by the year. have the power to appoint such sub- Directors for said Canal l, Railway or r' cause. Be it enacted by the Governor and _
All Communications addressed to \Y.HA1.L Legislative Council the
ordinate officers and as other works, to through or be of Territory
,
agents
may }pass
That
entcted
HUNT, Editor, will! be promptly' attended Set. 15. Be farther of Florida That from aud after
be and time dismiss erected lands chimed tho
to. necessary, at any to on any by private tliKSrtid: Company shall have right
passage of this act, it shafl no: be law
them from office for improper individuals, the titles to which to dennnd: and receive tolls and fees
To the Public.V. conduct ; and shall he capable! : of exercising have nor beendjlsted and confirmed ful for any person owning or keeping
ior the transporting: produce, goods o.-
a ferry, to receive more in toll than
such other and the Government of the United
by
\ HASELL HUNT having taken his bro powers authorities other articles upon the said cannl or
ther in- aw J'ETKU: TARDIFF into partner- for thr well gover:.ug and Stales, or to take from ,an\- lands s'tni-! roads: or for permitting boats or other thirty-seven and half cents for a loaded

Ehip ill the Punting ic BooV.selling Business, ordering the affairs of the compinyasto 1"1. ny situated I, any limber*, stones: ; or cratf to navigate and throughsaid waggon and team,and thirty-seven &
pass
the t'eusacolii Giixctte andW Florida half conts for a four wheeled pleasure
them shall appear conducive to its other material for the construction or be
.Advertiser will in future be and canal, at sucb rates as may
puhhshvd, carriage,twenty-live cents for
ajersey _
interests. repairing snid works, it shall I '.Ie I law-i
the uiisJness td determined by a m.jjority -
be the
conductedby Undersigned agreed upon and anti
under the fipii of Sec. S. Be further enacted, That ful for said P resident rrd D.' ''vMt rs> tr of the shareholders ; which tolls wag tn for, eighteen wheeled three-fourth;

\\\\ ;,uiul '\ \\..y.ifi.No \ the stock of said company shall be take possession of and use the s-une,'i and fees shall bo expressed and m.ide riage cents, and a eighteen two and pleasure three fourth car
laid out into shares or thereof, as though the
as as they part
many any known in the said
change will be made in the'editorial byo-Iiiws company cents for a horse or ox cart, and sir
I department uf Hie Paper, and the business may think proper ; and the votes of value of the same had: been prevIously hut may be changed whenever circumstances and one fourth cents for and
: a man
will be conducted as heretofore, in all respects each stockholder shall bo accordingto ascertained as aforesaid and paid! may render it necessdrvii horse footman.

: which interest the Public. the number of shares he may hold, by said Company ; and if, at any the opinion of the President:: ami or
The terms of the Gazette will continue at Passed, January 11, 1828.
to be regulated and agreed by time thereafter, the person or persons
upon Directors of aid i'rovid-
Five Dollars in advance company} :
i payable ,
< year. Approved, January 10 18.2i.
said and made known said land should have his: ,
in claiming ,
but, as it Ims been found necessary to ex- company ed that! said tolls: or fees hall not be
end in d Usenet; in some instances, and as a their bye-laws. her or their titles confirmed thereto !Incivascd without pro, laos public no- An act to establish the scat justice for

system of:credit has been found ruinous to Sec. 4. Be; further enacted, Tint: by the Governnwnt of the* United! lice of such increase ; and the sJid Lon County, and for other purpoies.

pi'inting establishments!i generally the Un- the s-tid company; shall have: the States, \it shall be lawful for him, her I shall continue to receive Be it enacted by the Governor and

designed havftiioiighi: proper tuencouragr right to construct Canal Railway or them to apply to the Judge of the .I company fgiifttive Cmltlcilof the Territory ,
a or -
said tolls and \lon the g.J:
the tjansmissicn of money at the I time ofstitxn ices, so :as:
iliing. /by an additional advantage.! or both,, us to the President and County Court as aforesaid t for the canal or railway shall be kept in miliciunt vf Florida, Tint it shall be lawful

\ Every :;icnbcitherefore, who remits ;homoney Diiectorsufsaid Company may sue-in appointment of five disinterested persons order by said company, their for the county court of the county ofLeon

; actually in advance or within GO Le tfur the transportation of produce, to ascertain the value thereof, heirs for to either establish the permanent
successors, : or : transportation
from commencement of his subscription ; assigns
days goods and all other articles whatso- and said persons, when appointed and aforesaid and all county seat for said county on
will receive the Gazette FREE OF as : produce -
POSTAGE, which will bt paid by the Publishets / ever, from the Chipola river to the sworn in manner aforesaid!, shall! ascertain goods, boats or other articles or the quarter section ofland belongingto '
; at the time of mailing them :-this head of the eastern arm of the bay of and dftennine# upon( the true i ted COll'ic'etlthrough said county adjoining the city of
things, transpm or
H equivalent to a deduction of fifty two St. Andrew's, and from the said bayto and intrinsic valuu of the same, wi di- I said canal said road Tallahassae, or confer with the corn
or on ,
cents a year, to subscribers in the Territoryof the said Chipola river and to out regard to the works placed' mIssioner of Tallahassee for any
; any shall be liable for said tolls and fees
.. 'Morida, or out ot i it, within one hundred ,
lot of
or land within tho limitsof
this end the said Canal thereon said Provided square
may commence by Company : ,
of Pensaeola, or seventy-eight cents and may be deti/mcd; until the same said
subscribers beyond that distance and out or Railway at any point upon the I that no work or labor done by said city, upon which to erect tho
. are paid.
4 of the Territory.: said; river which may be !best suited- to Company sluili be taken imo the account court house: or other public holdings
after this date will not Sec. 16. Be it further enacted, Thatif for the same to make
From and papers the accomplishment! of their object, I or shall be allowed to increase, ; or any con.*
he sent more than ninety days to any person I at any time, said canal or railway tract l for the basement or ground
either the Cash his and pursue such courses & d.feCUOts: i in the estimation of the appraisers, storyof
: who fails to remit or I should need and in
repairs, consequence the capitol, to be used: as a courthouse .
due bill for the amount of subscription with the same as may be deemed most I the original value of said! property ;
of which
filenames oral! others will be struck fiora advantageous by the President and and the value of said property, when transportation over and the place agreed upon OP
:: useless expense to the Publishers. 1 tho same should bo suspended, until: settled as aforesaid, sin be the
our list. a- a Directors of said Company. ascertained as afortrj.iid:' ; !* 1clll.h': paid per.
I the sanm are inade.tioihing in this act maneut seat justice for said .
,
Sec. 5. Be it further enacted That by said company. ,county
In making these new regulations, the Un I. ilndl be so construed as to prevent Soc. 2. Be it furl her cnactuJ, That
designed trust that they are nut in danger in constructing said Canal or R.l-:: Sec. 9. I>c It fat thcr enacted, That said. from and
of the it shall and be lawful for cou.pany demanding 'he commissioner of the city of Tal-
of losing any valuable portion pation- way, may the all the incurred in appraising
age, which has heretofore been extended to President and Directors of said Company expenses taken said receiving tolls and foes as aforesaid, i thassee be, and he is hereby, autbo.
the Gazette, and that they will give offenceto any property by companyby when the snme shall be again put into rised to give to the said
other county anypublic
or any appointedby virtue of this shtll be
The necessity of them will be person : act, : paid by operation.Sec. .
no one. lot for the
exemplified, by a reference to the Kdftors :- them, to enter upon and take possession said company: Providedthe, appraisers square or erection
tully I Be enacted That of sail! court-house and other
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further
public
of the National Intelligencer.who. not of any lands whatsoever, shall not be allowed to chargemore ,
withstanding the magnitude of their estab whether covered with water or not, than one dollar each per day, any shareholder m said company buildings for said county, any where
stated that they were shall have tho transfer his interest within the limits of said and
recently
lishment. which may be necessary for the while engaged in m-ikirrg said right to city, may
smtain it It is ap-
?borrow to
obliged money which the Proprietors prosecuting and completing! the works praisment.Sec. in the same, or any part thereof receive such compensation as shall bo \

not fictitious ofa New patronage paper need-they are o- contemplated by this act-or where- 10. Be it further enacted, That to any other person, under such agreed upon by the said county court _

bilged It) buy' paper and to pay workmento upon it may be necessary to open any all property paid for by said company rules, regulations and restrictions as. for the same ; which compensation
who do not us well as be in the shall towaids the of the
supply those pay canal, or construct and erect any agreeably to the provisions: of may prescribed bye-lavrs ot. go completion
those whod-> ; and the former'are therefore lock embankments dams said : but the interest of capitol.Sec. .
dykes, all company
and not a support.-If a this act, and donations made for
I'dTh1"an cannot expence be sustained llJy real and sub- and other works intended or implied the same, shall forever aftenv'Jrds belong anyone or more members in the joint 3. Be further enacted, That

f/jti'w/' Patrons, the sooner its Publishers by this act : Provided, that no lands 'to the members of said company, stock and property of said cowipany, tho county courts respectively within
the better as they shall be severed from the interest this Territory shall have tho
art aware of ill.: fart ; owned by private individuals shall be their heirs in not power to
successors or assigns
,
be t enabled by abandoning the business and of the sue for and prohibit from
JuRy iheinsehcs from ruin.Viththese taken for the purposes aforesaid, fee simpl in proportion to the shares property others, so as to trespass, a-
to save without said liable I impair the value of said works, without ny lands that may belong to said coun-
\ remai h p., and with u full con- rendering company I owned by each of said members re-
fidi-nce in the disposition, of the Public to to pay the value of the same, to I I spectively. the consent of the majority" .. of said 1 lies respectively_ by any agent! ap.
PensacoJa: Gazette and West I poimed: tor that and shalL,
support the i be assessed in the manner hereinafter company.Sec. I purpose,
Florida Advertiser, wiiile conducted on the pointed out and provided : also, thata Sec. 11. Be it further enacted, Thatin 18. And be further enacted, sell and dispose: of the same in such-.
same principles and with the same anxious constructing said works or any of mauler as said conrts deem best
satisfaction as heretofore greater quantity of land shall not That this act shall be liberally construed may
deYue to give ; them for of
I the Pii'ler-iigned submit the foregoing, be tuken from the owner or owners transportation produce, for the bonetit of said company for the use of their respective couu- j
and other articles aforesaid
wliich will be !strictly adhered to. I thereof than is necessary for the said goods as and to cairy into complete effect ties. -

1N. Ha ell Hunt. I Canal or Railway, and the appendant the said company shall have the rightto the objects herein contemplated ; and Sec. 4. Be further matted, That
use any stream, river ot1' water, Jt lands that have been sold heretofore
Peter Fai'cliff.lit. works belonging to the same, including the said company shall be governed I

February, 1828. a road or street on each side between the Chipol river, and the in all its operations not heiein provided t by said county courts or by their ,

L -'-'. ..:- ,_ ------ ------.-- of said works, not exceed in width head of the eastern arm of the bay of for, by its own laws : ProVided, order, shall be as valid in law as I
St. Andrew's, in such a way as to the though the same should bo sold after
Laws of Florida. two hundred feet. the same are not repugnant to the
Sec 6. Be further enacted Thatit President and Directors of said company I laws of this Territory, and of the Linked the passage of this act, any thing to(
be considered for
may best car- the contrary notwithstanding.
shall be lawful for the Presidentand States.
rying into effect the object herein Se.c. 5. And be further- enacted .
Directors of said company, or Passed, January 14th, 1828. ,
any other person appointed by them, contemplated ; and such streams or I JN. L. DOGGETT, :: That uo contract that shall .be made
other waters, or so much thereof as by the said commissioner} and
to take from any lands most convenient : President of tho Legislative Council. county
to said works, at all times, such may bo used by said company, shall A. BELLAMY, Clerk. I court-as aforesaid, for any lot or public .' '

be deemed & held as the property of square, shall he so made as to <>
..... timbers, stones and other materials as Approved, January 16th, 1828.WM.M.McCARTY. pr f'
the under such and
same, regulations: judice the rights of individuals.: '
may be necessary for constructing and : ,
restrictions as to their value as are Passed January 14 1828.
.I."D ,
repairing the same, upon the payment Acting Governor of F orida.An .
in the seventh and eighth veil 16
prescribed
Appro January 1828. )01:
the thereof the valueof ,.
to owner
act to declare when the laws of the Legislative I
sections this act. An act to authorise the appointment of i
BY AUTHORITY. such materials, to be ascertained in Council shall take effect. and .
lumber
oieusurers iuipectori and t-
An Act to incorporate a Company to be the manner hereinafter pointed out. Sec. 12. Be further enacted, That Be it enacted Ly the Governor and for other purposes t. -. .
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called the Chipola Canal Company, with Sec. 7. Be further enacted, That the President and Directors of said Legislative Council of the Territory Be it enacted by the GOUnliJr'aMt: !

powers between to the construct Chipola a Canal river and or Railway the eastern whenever it may become necessaryfor company, shall have the right to clear of Florida, That no law passed at Legislative Council ojA Territory j

arm of the Bay of St. Andrew's. said company to take possessionof and keep free from obstructions, all l this session of the Legislative Coun- of Florida That it b (awful1n.i and 1

Be it and streams and other waters susceptible cil shell take effect and be in force
enacted by the Governor any lands, timbers, stones or other hereby made the duty of, they Governor ;

Legislative Council of the Territoryof materials owned by private individuals navigation for boats or other craft until the same shall be promulgatedin to appoint in and for each -of tho .,;

Florida, That Benjamin Chaires, for the constructing or repairing capable of transporting prodnce which pamphlet form, except such lawsas counties i of Nassau, Duval St..John*, 1

PeterV.. Gautier sen., John Clark, said works, or any of them, and the may be discharged into, or conuected expressly provide otherwise. Musquito.andAlachua, inspectors :':.;

Jacob Robinson, William P. Hort, President and Directors of said Company with, the said Chipola river, at any Passed January 11, 1828. aud measurers lumber, rtteastttd' ,

and such other persons as they may and the owner or owners ol. place within five tailes of said canal, Approved January 1&, 1828. !I laud ascertain the quantity of alMum- ".JI

receive into their company, their said property, or any part thereof, :. railway or other works. An act supplementary to an act ('o provide I t I ber that may be cut in aid counties jYbe < .

heirs, successors, and assigns, shall cannot agree as to the value of the Sec. 13. Be farther enacted, That for laying offthe Nortb-Enit quarter of j 1 and intended for exportation froca 1. ,

forever be a body corporate and politic same, it shall be lawful for the Provident the President and Directors' of said section 36, township 1, range 1/Northj the TerrItory.. t .

by the name and style of the Chi and Directors of said Company, Company-may, at their option,make and Wen,and for othei purpose I Sec. 2. Be'itfarther enacted, That

pola Canal Company, and by such upon giving at least ten days previous and establish a road frq&n& .the said Be tnacted by the GOl'ertaDi"mrd, when any peronoiipvrsonsshalldesir&theuttentoiJervcesofeitherorah7

corporate name shall be capable in I notice to the o raer or owners of said Chipola river to the said eastern arm Legislative Council of the Territory i

law to buy, purchase, hold and sell i property, to apply to the Judge of of the. bay of St. Andre rY,to be sed of Florida, That tho Treururer ofj h|of said measurers& inspectors of lurn- 4

J eal and' personal estate, to receive the County Court iu the County by said company for the transportationof this Territory shall transfer to I I ber, he or they shall give; notice and _

donations and make contracts, sue and I. where said works are to be constructed produce, goods-and other articles, present commissioner 'of the City of!!! inform all the patties concerned and

l 1m sued, plead and be iuipleaded, to erected or repaired, if there be a until such time as said canal or rail- Tallahassee ; all bonds or notes which I'1 interested, of his intentions of calling

make Hud X('cuto lye-laws : Pro.vid- Judge of the County in said County, way may be completed and ready for were given by the purchasers of the Jn the aid of such measurer aud iu-' _

J the; jsgast? arc not contrary to the I otherwise to the Judge of the Ceoa-,, uso and opcrayoa lots Tallahtetteeto the late commis i i bpector, at leajt three days prevw!t

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3 fc when to shall Acquire Sa I tions it:>f the applicant, and If found the information of the morclHintSj for..i interrupt the social Intercourse of private are sorry to 1 say of our, (00 former often doim/s appear upon 'It
to time perusal
to mspetsac an'drue" II qualified, he baH grant him a liccnstto t their government, and also hat they ;; life, break rudely into ihe family a better
roil inspector that a feeling exists _
!. txr the lumber in question ; andKshdlbethc practice in the several courts of may not allege ignorance I also> :. circle, deeply wounding the feelings is our\'in opinion councils, and we

-1 ure duty of the measurer this territory, which license shall be make it known, for the information of friends nut interested in political our public will
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eventually things
when to attend entered upon the minutes of the those who may be disposed to solicit strifes, and engendering in the parties belief] that
summoned !
und Idem.
inspector at the place and lh* day which courts, as is prescibed in the preceding commissions for private cruizers, and concerned, bitter and malignant feelings go Justice.-\Vc well.' are as unwillingas .

i: he be called, and then and there section. such as may be actually cruizing against which frequently lead to ruinous to enter into Edi-
may Can- Mr Davenport,
uhfully to measure all lumber heIlIY Sec. s. Be further t7tadtd, That if the enemy. litigation,or personal rencontre. but

be required to do ; and any report an application shall be made to anyone Frigate Liberty, November l6lh, : notan individnal prefer Mr. Adams rial squabbles at any the time right} whichis weshall

and return he may make"concerofeg of the judges of said superior courts, 1827 without abusing his neighbourvho advocates never relinquish

I thereof, shall be received as in term time, by any person, for a (Signed) DAVID POUTER. 'Gen. Jackson ; or the guaranteed to us! off'xaminingsuch thu

I the correct admeasurement of the license to practice in said courts, or From the Baltimore Amtricnn- friend of General 1 Jackson express his acts of our public servants as

same ; Provided nevertheless, that if, from ntl' -othpr cause; it shill be Latest from lltgland.-London preference for him without doing injury public interest renders necessary.In D.. 1m

-the several parties interested may at inconvenient for said judge personally dates to the 5ih 13 ecu tuber, have been to thc private character of a fel- one or two instances Mr.

all times, be *t liberty to establish( the examine into the qualifications of received at New York, The official i low citizen who prefers Mr. Adams? misrepresented us : and in his paperof

incorrectness of such "return mind report he applicant, he may require the examination intelligence from Constantinople is to Too many of the public journals of 29th ultimo he considers that we
"iiittcusallc" iu
and
in any suit remarry commencd -'!I : to be made by two respectable the 5th November, when every thing I,I the country have of late become ve- I I were outrageous
the truth about the Printing -
in any Court of this Territory members of the bar; and If they was tranquil. Admiral Codriagtou's bicles of bitter and vindictive personal I presenting

-, having jurisdiction of lire) sarn('. shall report to him that the -applicant communications from Navarino, had warfare, and gross and shameless a- I contract. Now, MaDavenpoit

I Sec. 3. Be further wetted, That is qualified) te practice in said courts, preceeded the Turkish official accounts -I'iliusc; of men highan office, meu who certainly understands the constructionof
and if h will refer to
the and : <
service language
done tt
th* i'd have country
ij.easurors and uch examination shall be effectual
inspectors as two. The iiegotia-
a day or I i I
said of Mr. ThriKtuu
shall j"-.eive: the following fees for I I as though it had been made by said tions between the three Allied Pow- who are strong ra the affections: of the;i iI what we have
>> All politics of thiskind and his Printing he certainly will .iot
I their services, to wit ; two dollars judge;; in person. -ersand the Porte were continued, but PCOI personal ho has done
: for every twenty miles they may travel Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That nothing concluded on; &the .latter'I(I cut like a uNoedgedsward, hesitate 10 say that" us

4 ill going to and from the place at eo person shall be permitted to practice had not giv-enaoy I edge @f peace it,,I wounding him who receives, and him great injustice, m applying such

Which they may be required to attend, in any ci said courts, until ha the Grand Scignor, however, intends ,. who gives; the blow.ViIl not those I ugly epithets to us.-Let feeling} give
all l will be weil-
of hot headed brethren of the place to reason and!
!
Cind our type
'fifty cents for efcery thousand shall have taken oath do
superficial I an to supportthe to to war, his preparations not j
feet of lumber and I gn I;: who are braadishiflg quills and bandying !I there will be no Editorial disagree
ranging coifstiturion the .U nite States, aprre-ir very active ; while the delay i j j
fifteen cents for every one hundred and honestly to demean himself i in his of :he Christian Ambassadors[ in the i|: words of the most vindictive ment.
cubical feet of livo oak cedar lum character pause before it is too late ? There i is a custom among Editors,
or : profession, nod erorcisc the duties Tuikish, capital, indicates as little any
ber-which said fees may be recovered thereof to the begt of t his skill and I desire on the ptrl of their courts, to New York Statesman.A as there i is with every other profes

:n any court having jurisdiction abilities : nor shall any person prac- I precipitate a war, with the hope -of : curnnnmicatioii to Congress, from I I sion. By that custom epithets and

JhoreofjOf the several parties interested tice in said courts, until he shall; have making spoil Turkey. The Courier i tie Post Master General, containing harsh iuugua are condemed ; and no :

in the measuring and inspecting !I attained the of administration a statement of the nett amount of Post- one of the fraternity betters himselfin .
age twenty one years. a leading (English) : .. .
the lumber measured iud inspected I Sec. 5. DC it further enacted, That paper, throws out some tints, indeed age accruing at each Post Office, in the public estimation by resort: .. ;

.' u'haare horeby made jointly and scveI marshals, sheriffs, clerks of courts and ; of the necessity of preparing for each State and Territory ef the United ingto such uncourteous language.

.% ally liable therefor : Provided, that : their deputies, shall not be permitted; measures prnx.ima.te to the Tuikisli1capital. States, for one year ending on the Whatever may be our difference* of

t )n nil cases the measurer shall tave : to practice law in any of said courts; The elections in France 31st M well, 1827, of which the following opinion, tho public sentiment. (which ;
a lien the lumber him shall of is a .recapitulation : is tile great tribunal to which Editor
on convicted
by measured nor any! person an have resulted vourbiy sa too Con-
for the full amount of his foes, tin infamous crime ba permitted to practice stiiutiou-rilists ; bnt it said: that the New York $229,794 72 are amenable: ) will permit us to enjoy

t 1he same are paid 4 which lien shall therein. Ministerialists; \\\ probably league Maine 26,143 01 and slaw our opinion* without admitting _

ti uomrnenre: immediately after the per- .Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, Thnt wi'h the Ultra Oppositionists, and I: Xcw HalJ *.)shirG 13,2M: 51 the necessity of discord, unlessour -,

i 4 Jbrmance-of services. nothing herein contained shall be I form a new ministry of Ultra Loya Vermont 13,554 93 interests lead to that result, and ;

f Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That construct! to prevent any person from lists. w. Massachusetts\ 98,930 44 then we are sine to have a verdict

,... if any person or persons shall transport managing his own cause i iN any of the Buenos AyresWe have receiveda Rhode Island 13,397 22 refldered against us.-IiLem.

; (rom either of said counties above courts of this territory.Sic. ; letter from Hucnos Ayres, under Connecticut 30,160 13 : Editorial Labors.-The N. York

named any lumber, without complying 7. l Ik father enacted, That date of :13th i October, which says- I New Jersey 16,227 41 Statesman of Thursday, publishes an

with the previsions of this act, after if any attorney lri! collect money "The public funds have f fallen to 48a Pennsylvania 127,821 51 excellent article on this very interesting .

-toe, sho or they have been Rotified, .for IILSeInllovers 1 ap.d; refuse to pay it 50, in consequence of the -Government Delaware 4,834 10 subject. The following extract :

by any person interested in slid him- over OH Hj.and, he shall he stricken having; created a 1ew foKtl of I Maryland 59,335 38 we -recommend to every reader.

!fcerof their wish and intention to have from the list of-attornics, and shall three millions of dollars, which was i Virginia 71,536 76 As to the manner irf which an edit- :

thu same co measured he, she or' not be allowed' to .practice within this taken up at $52::; p"r 100. At present North Carolina "27,571 81 or's time is employed, a great deal is .- ';

they, so offending, shall forfeit to the 1 territory until he shall pay over the there is not the most distant prospectof South Carolina 46,402 00Georgia to be said. He enjoys no credit t for

Territory a sum not exceeding iwo money to his client or legal ..representative poaco with Brazil, \Ve have a 42,524 24 any thing but what appears in the .

hundred dollars. II ; and lie shall also be Jiabie to report that General Lavallejn( .his Ohio 32,309: 15 leaded or editorial columns! : when, in,

Sec. 5. Arid be further, enacted, a suit for the same, and subject TO a declared himself independentif; Kentucky 25,572 26 reality, tint is far from being tho most

That overy measurer and inspector, !I penalty of! ten per cent. tin every this be the case, it w impossible Tennessee 7,990 78 arduous part of his: employment. Thu

nppointod: by virtue.of this act, shall, I It month he detains the same: after a demand say wliJrt may be the consequence Alabama 20,464 98 i perusal of papers received ; selecting

before he enters on the: duties of IHS 1 I regularly maur. \v(, have also ooen favored by a ,,I Misssissippi 10,314 87Louisiana matter for re-publication ; }pruning it

office, take an oath faithfully to discharge I Sec. 8. And I>t further enacted, commercial friend with an extract ofa _r)8,76' 92;' redundancies, so as to render it ca-

the same, and shall hold his j I That tin act entitled t: an act for the letter from Buenos Ayre-", under Indiana 5,670 36: pable-ef admission; *fld digesting the

1 office at the will aad |*itastire t'i thc admission!!; of attornirsnt lr.iv in iliisterritory :: date of 14th October, which says :- Illinois 2,856 55 I whole, with a view to furnish something -

Governor. I I ," approved tin L',ii! of August "Wo. SCL'aS yet no prospects peace. Missouri G, )32 94 or every topic pf temporary interest

) Passed, Janunrv*- 8, 1828. 1822, be., yjjd the same ;is hereby The litest: accounts from Lio state Michigan Territory 2,281 41.. in sach space as he may have;

; Approved, Januaiy 16, 182?. 1 I rCJeaeiLPaSS'tl tLat the Emperor appears deterruini .Arkansas Territory 1,046 49 all these, though they are not outwardly ..

fin act to authorise; Sherrod .McCa'l to 1 I J a11U lr.W 8, 1 SS.I ::! i cd( to ('fi11inUO the war Kxertionsaio Florida Territory 2,698 67 apparent, require a good floal '

: erect Gads&cn a toll couutv.t gate., at or near h i house, in I.I -_ApI'UVedJLi1UarV_ _1.1, 1S2?_ milking to place the attay; of the I District of. Columbia 10,586 55 of labor, and consume a great deal of

Whereas -- -I .[ It is intended time. Afterthese parts of his ta k .
Sherrod McC.tH of Gads- Republic" on a good otil1g. .
FORKIW.V.! Grand Total, $988,676 10 are dtsckaiged, ho sits down to commune -
C ltJniu if
Hen county, has, at much labor ... to besiege ,and, possible -
-- :== :: -- committee of rite! his readers
--- -------= Dut'llillg.-1'he with in the original
.
and expanse, erected a bridge, intended ROM VEILCRCZ.A carry it by storm. Montevideo;
com- Legislature: of New York on this sub department; ; but he often does so
for a :loll bridge, across merc5.il! friend} who is in will also continue to be besieged by
possession
ject have introduced a bill declaringthe with a mind distracted: and fatigued
River the forces of the n
Littlo in said
r county.alldwhercasiit of spare; epublic.Ve
!Iito Vera
a : Crux has favored ,
piper
Ir will he of great inconvenience have: occasionally arrivals of American killing of a person in a duel murder his previous occupations.We .
to said McCall to attend a proclamations us with copies of the ihlowiug vessels. The brig Ruth ef : sending a challenge a high misdemeanor -' learn by the Enterprizn, Capt.:

:: gate ccCled U the foot .{If saio issued the l6th of Commodore P otter, Philadelphia arrived a few days since, I punishable by fourteen Hitchcock, who left KevV AS? on
: on November. \Ve \I in of the Patriot years imprisonment in the -state prison the S0h; ult. that tho Spanish ?>ri? ,
bridge, for remedy \\'whereof being sent by one
i i published some days since a report j The ; seconds, aids and surgeons to bo Guerera, from Africa, with 530
Be it enacted by the Governor and I that measures of this kind had been l. l privateers as a prize. \ only reason -
th.e fined one thousand dollars, disfran-' slaves, was chased] ashore on the ITch
that
Council ef the given by privateer wa,
; Legislative Territory
taken bv the Mexican
: I I
jf Florida, That the said ShorrodjyieOall government, she was about to supply the enemy chized, and to give security fur goodbehaviour Dec. on Carysfort Reef, near tji(}'
but believe that tire
we intelligencehas with; She will of Light Boat, by the British govern-
; be and he .is hereby autho provisions course,
,,
IHMM tmtil dl1 cJ
not
nor<:: to a ST. AUGUSTINE 16.
schooner Nimble
January ment iiid
be cleared. was:
: rised to-erect a toll gate, at or near ccrtait'. It is a subject of immense
From our file of Buenos Ayr** paper to The Acting Governor's Message wrecked. The schooner also got on '
tho
I his house, across public road, in- comineriaiTlete1ta.ken .
of iaipoitanrc to our men. the IGtli October, we glean the (oH.wiAg This document, we are glad to say, the Reef, but was got off hy ihs .**,<
-t ftcad of erecting it at the foot his -
by Commodore Porter itefub'- has been received the with .
by public wrecker, with loss of rudder, and ;
k budge! on said river ; provided, th.it; under The diiecticn of his government The Provinces of Cordo\a and Buenos I .
marks of and
great approbation ; we brought into K.JV e t. The
: the s.id McCall shall time Av have cnicrnd into for ne- :
a
; not, at any -.iKiounts heard
of
the Hrizil. It no disapprobatory re- goes were taken off the wreck by
on war ag&uist -was
be mthorised the
: to keep
saidgate
I cruisers mid armed vessels of : )
private : marks. We think thai of the various
greed that ach piovince should appoint the schr. Thorn, sloop Surprize, and
t shut} such of the the
at seasons
year as :Mexico! or any advcniurer\vho with r Deputies to a General convention, whichwas : the
I subjects brought to Legislative smack Florida. The night after the
,
said river is fordable, or
or
prevent the assembled first of
hope ofgain now in io have oo the November
may engage notice, there was one important omis-. Spanish Crew, 90 in number
obstruct person frcm a free access Jat. Cordova was to furnish a rose
t ioy the service of that nation
against an sion and this #
have
: to the ford across said river. extensive and trade -carried regiment;. of GOO cflVcttTe men, and to have might easily been UpOlt the Thorn and Florida, having
profitaldo
: Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, the appointment of all the officers intendedto connected whit that part relating to OH board 300 of the slaves, got the ,
citizens of the United States in
on by
co mm nrnl it:: bat the Government of the Land Claims in E That the aid Sherrod !\lcC:1U shall out proceeded to St. Cruz
i : their own vessels.A' Y Post. Dumos Ayres u to furnish means for its
The subject to which we refer is, the Cuba whore landed
the
they slaves
be authorised to receive IOn from Squadron and Marine Department expense. Cordova, however, offers to.l lend ,
persons -crossing saki! .bridge ut such ? other ttssktance for the inaintainance' of progress made in the survey of the and left the vessels at liberty both
: at Vcra Cruz
rate<< as the county court -of the county S the war. Public Lands east of the SuwsiMree. of which had arrived at Key \V.cst..
Having in my power several commissions From tkc. CUCJWT Ay ret Gatfta ISercantilOf the of the far
_I order and direct. present state surveys as The sloop Surprize "brought 121 of
tnay
for
which
have October
1827.
Ath,
privateers, .
as they have progressed, and the reasons tho slaves! to KeyV'est where
t they
8 1828.
Passedlanuary been directed to me fey the Supreme Our accounts from Montevideo trre to the
Approved, January 14, 1828. 1st. inst. We learn that on the 29th of. why they have been suspe ded. were taken posssevsion of by the Col- ,
1 Government, for -such j persons as may This information is called for .
Aft act te preciib the mode by whicijAtlorney Sept. Admiral Brown pi sented himself in loudly lector, to await tlio orders of our government :
desire to arm vessels to cruica against that iu the scbr. Sarandi, under A. the and would be much
; and coutnellois at law may Le port by public, we .Ifferscantile Advertiser. _'.
t the I notify th" public that luerican colours, and anchored .'{,
ndoiitted to practice in (lie courtu of this enemy near the obliged! to' any one who would enableus ,:
Territory. those who want them may apply, it (United Mates corvette Boston, which he the '
to satisfy public
Be it enacted by the Governor and being understood that) they will be visited under ptetence ef asking1 adric desire.Herald.. I C\NGrtE. S\OXAL. .
As soon as he returned to his CTWQ vessel, ,
; jLtgitlativt Council of iht Territory granted, with the formalities which:
,
he raised his own flagand 'instantly the The Legislative Council, being au IN SENATE.
J of Florida That from and after the are provided by the ordinances and brig Twenty-Ninth of August, made to-. thorised by law to sit six weeks from .- '. .
I first day of March next, no person laws which treat of this subject. wardshiraandaR action ensued which lasted the second :Monday December) will Monday 21st January, 1828. :.; '
shall be the of Vera two hoars. At this period fonr schooners Mr. Woodbury, from the Committee '
1 permitted to appear S nn attorney Frigate Libertyin I port of the 19thuuless
viz. the Balcaree, of adjourn, course, on ,
; Eighth February, on Commerce .
I
to whom the
and counsellor law in Cruz Nov. 16 subject
at 1821.
I
any Maldonado, and Ninth of February,--came as usual, it should see fit to sanctify
) cause in'the superior orcountycourts (Signed) ArID PORTER. tip and a new action "commenced between the Sabbath : in that case it will not was referred on the 31st ult. and .(j

1 of this Territory, until Ire shall have Squadron and Department of) them, and enemy's frigates Pirau -and I adjourn until the 20th.-Idem.Reform. 15th inst. made a report, accompanied : {
Isabel and two brigs and four smatter vessels by a bill to establish of .
produced to the 'Court in which he Marine of Vera Cntz. 5 I We ith the a port eu- ;
are pleased u
license signed Pursuant the of the which continued three hours ; at the try at St. Marks, in Florida ; which : :'
proposes to practice, a to disposition end of.that time tbe frigates and other vessels I symptoms of reform, whenever theyare .- .
by one "of the judges of said superior Supreme Government, under date remained at anchor in the bay, and for the better ; and there is so was read, and ordered to a second ..&" : \

11 court, or a certificate under the hand of July 23d Ian past, and in conformity our vessels set sail. The Sarandi approached much room for bettering our conditionthat reading; and to be printed.Mr. >._..$

.' and sealof clerk of some one of the with the ordinances and laws so near the land that she was fired much is required to be done. A JMcDufiie, from tho Commit- i XIII'

t circuit courts of the United States, of which govern the matter, all vessels, upon from BDENOS the AYRES forts. 10th Oct. 1827. contract has been entered into with too of:ways and Means, reported the ::

I hi* having been admitted to practice on board of which may be found effects We have been informed by a gentlemenfrom Mr. Davenport for the printing of the following bill, which was twico road :'.t-.'

., I in sad circuit court ; which license appertaining to the -enemy, shall the Banda Oriental, that the ellemv'. laws and bond taken for the faithful aiui committed ? .i ':>'

or certificate. shall be entered upon be conducted to this: port for trial. forces had made a tally from Colonia, and execution, and already some of them Be it enacted fyc. That the following :...:.:.;j

: the minutes of. t
said wishes to practice and vessel, on board of whicii be tov"tt :
attorney ry may of War and Marine, which state that which we shall immediately re-publjsh
_ 'a the .original returned by the dark to found goods contraband of war, destined the army consists of 4500 men. and are in our paper. The printing is also follows For fomRcations to each specifically, as -
I raiclattorney. for the service of the soon to joined by,General Lavellaja with : :
enemy- commenced in form.
pamphlet For Fort Adaon! $80,000 Fort
I .Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That understanding as such god 7000 troops ; and that the whole are pre ; Hilton -
J mortars, paring to march to Cerro Largo. We are sorry yet to see so much 60,000 ; Fort Monroe, 100,000 ; Fort
from and after use passage of this act, cannon, muskets, pistols, and other Three deserters from the Brazilian service wildness in our legislation rrhis instead Calhoun, 80,000:: ; Fort Macon, at Bo iie

it shall be the dutyofIny! person wishing fire-arms also, swords cutUsaes, had been presented, by the government of assisting, will ind: to embarT3 Po-ut, 52,500{ ; Fort at Mobile Point 80,

to obtain license to practice law.; bayones'and" other offensive .arms ; of Bueuos Ayres. with one. uutjdreft the administration of -j 000 : Fort Jackson. 88.50J : Repairs an.lContingencies

in the superior and county courts :of powder, ball, granades, and all other dollars-1 each. J .. I I I The Itn.piicity of Bills: our before affairs.the !t Dupre, 15,000 Fortifications; Tower at Hover .\
; at Penn.
% this Territory, to, present to one of munitions of war ; ship timber! cord- 1"S'fIC.. Council is no ftworable indication cola, -; do. at Savannah, ;tjp.

the judges of said superior courts a age, canvass, and ether supplies proper 4I-. _,!==__'n _- ::=::-_. __ and the Slumber of resolutions of various ; I &t Charleston, ; Fort at Otk hi. '.
F certificate of respectability, and good t for the, construction and anudnieutof Political and Personal Warfare. kinds, does not impress OUr"ud i .rand, N. C; 60,000 ; Preservation of Island*

-- moral character and that he is over : vessels of war ; naval stores, It is deeply lobe, deplored, that the I with the b lu f that we have at- ,in Boston liaroor, 2.000.

- the age of twenty-one years ; and if, harnesses for cavalry, aud &ol.iier& difference Qpoliticaiopiniun, and poi tnine4 to the climax of perfection.yet I Trm bill 'l'1l 8da.!!, Jim. 22i!.

l the said judtje shrll! be satisfied as to i(clothing, and geueraily all goods i i iitic-4 and.parsonal attachment to qaaj .. But it is pleasant: : to be enabled to : Lieutenants\j i In to the increase the pay of

the facts set forth in said certificate* j t which may serve for war by se.i. Qr i didates for 'high or low office, should that we have nor yet discovered those say I have served Navy who shall .

no hiill examine into the qualifica. I II i I land : of which notify: : (tie public for 'as is the cas iu too maoy i instances, 1 diQrganjzinq intentions, which, we 1 j w h, having, teu been years reported, or upwards hvi thlw a*


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rossoil was from Vcra Cniz,-and on thc night of Ihe3Ut rne iu the opinion of their national importance. -!J General Bernard hat the honor to pre FOR H.'lTY'JlN.d
,;'omr.1itrc: Correctly en were conveyed to, and lodged in the I will not trouble you, by adding J sent his respects to Mr White, and in answer ,

I -. ,Id tinlliird: time. On the ques castle of St. John de Uloa. any remarks to the communication address I j i to his note of the 16th inst to.ubi iv TilE Sloop Gipser, Captain
bill it was deter- ed to the committee: and refer you to the remarks A GXOIQK LOOK.
:ion. hall ihr pisst .\ number vessels were at Vera C'uz, i roit the following & evaluations. :
29. two maps, I left a few days since at the office communications ajix.; Por freight or apply to
._ jt, wuo have been ordered to leave it. Com of the Topographical Engineers. On I opened between the St. Mary's harbour I i _r_ the Captain on board.
I
"J 13. I! Porter was in port, his! pennant still flying the western from side Mississippi, in the hii.meof to the internal Atlantic navigation -,, and the St. John's river : one for boats. '---ii-ucola, Feb. 14th, 1828. ,

I. on board the Libertad ; but was to ''through what is called Inland > 'f411uge.
the first < is from Mobile Bay to Pen- NOTICE.Edward
f J (Q i I he removed in a few d.iys to the Congress jiacola Bay urvej, only four and a half miles over i and which on account of the numerous, .
Asi ship, just I short and narrow windings could not admit Martin,
-:- -- -- ----= (late tile ) a seventy gun land.-:.Id. Fiom Choctawhatchie: to the ]1 }
-- -- the Pacific. The of the of sloops unless v. CZadock
frjm
arrived brig passage large
FRIDAY VT.IWrVRY lh, 1828.IVrir : west end of St. Andiews about tour miles. II
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._ -_ ,.. Guerrero, Capt. David II. Porter, and the ,3d. Fiom the t' tst end of St.: Andrews to 1 expenditures should be made. The other A. Tilton.
I '' (lflX Prur. .1 Herman, Lt. Hawkins, wire crui/ing. I Apalachicola and to St. Josephi'sBy about should be a thorough cut canal from IN this case! the defendant will take
- I dull: the coast. I I Belle river to a branch of Nassau river notice that on the
-- : --=- 1 Every thii.g was very on two miles to the former anu pcihaps a lime Thursday, 10th
' Internal i';: ot',11lr7lt -While tie} iir I We have been favored with a file of Vera i farther to the latter. This was the line for and wouM form a link of the line of the day of March next, I will proceed to take

Iiabiun'9 of other p tflS of our Territory Cruz p.iper. to the :JOLla Jan.; which! are with aft : a steam boat canal contemplated in the act I contemplated inland nivigation along the he depositions of P. Mar h and others

, L axe. hiisilv en'-ai ed m schemes of internal tend tt) tranlaie ; and from which we willgibe I of last session. coast : the expense of its execution will before Joseph Wallace Esq. Notary Public

improvement, lortUP benefit If their t't'- ) extract in our next. On the Atlantic side the points are distinctly be considerable. at his office in the city of NewA'orkj

j nective portions ; are not, the ci'izrns of I Injustice to Col. White, our Delegatein marked on the map fionj ::St. Jo.ins In regard to the former or present existing 10 be read in evidence in the trial of the _

J'ensacolu; antI itc v'riniu indtihrr-tf in an 1 Congiess, we insert thf- following. We I to Cape: Florida. These ate the subsidiary communication, the points where above cause. E. MARTIN,

c: j-pathy ruinous lo thiir interests ? Itisi i: huve long thought Col. \V. much injured by I I works connected with the ship channel, the tides meet are those that require im by A. GORDON,

often observed <- PtMu-acoh j is Jt deligh'r-il | the lepotts, and insinuations calculated to should that be found practicable and if not, provement. The first obstruction i> foun i hit ..fltorn y.

, J jilace of re .deuce, (rom her situation, I undervalue his exeiiions in favot ol a ship I "ill be the connecting links! in a chain of I bet een St Mary's and Nassau, ana cou -Pcniacola, 6th Feb. 1828474t.

, climate, and beautiful bay ; what a pIty Canal across the Peninsula of Florida-hut stea/n boat navigation from the western sists of a shallow channel, two miles in :

: ftir ban rot :t back country to support her. I we have passed them by unnoticed, because waters to the Atlantic, and (mom Charlestonto length, left dry at low tide, and affording \\-e\\\\ :, \\Aft Clothing

am1 to m<*kc her a place of Commercial n-e thought their authors and circu- the Flonda Keys and to Cuba ; should about three feet at higu tide. To improve -

, ; importance.5' She may have a back country lutois unworthy of notice, ami that time the Government consent to cut a boat cdu1 tins channel to a depth of four feel JtJA
sufficient. if will awaken at the public expense, and it nut, the IUlu.I .--
.. perfectly we would correct the small temporary injury I at common h"lftide and a width ot thirt) AND
: from our s'umber and use some energy in which the evidently malicious eff-isions of mation collected TV ill be highly useful lu'rc-I j feet the expense would be about $ ,4OU SHOE STORE.
behalf. i I uaci- for individual cnteipuzcs, in !the coin- ;
our own his envious, shallow-minded enemios inigt.tproduce. ( The second obstruction between -
: informed that well I pleiinn of this system ot internal improveii U.NDKRsro: has removed his
U e are creditably It is however to be laiuenlcutliAi Nassau and Talbot inlet, TIlE
i lucid, ill mat nueitsiiiig; put tlon vI'our. ', to the new brick
entertainedthatjOG : building
Jomvled expcc'iUio-isare: persons in the Territory, fioin personal is 700 yards in length, left dry at near
/ If be of advantage 1 egret to say that the performance of the Kliz.uVth! and Mar, a neat
1 to t''ie Hay ( Appalachicola, -jeci so likely to productive assort
of 4 feet and
to
.Irom iht gieat extent of country borleinjr -. not only lo us but to the hole Nalion, I til(' w.uk, alter a specinl appropriahon, to I a width a 01':20 depth: it would, on ment of the following articles ; viz: :
tin tIt Chuttuhoochie/ Flint, and AppsiLchirola as the* one on which < ol. \Vhitc ha* so ably i moM tviiicii\ eveiy king was: postponed, has yards, require CoATT Ea-BUck bombazeen and bom-
, Rivera, and their tribntarv and indefatigably exerted liiui-clf Why not been executed: ilhui.vMth the pi amplitude I about : : 3,300 bazi-tt ; mix: and grey Circassian.
- or in trio mannci that was: expected. : The thil-r.ubstructton between
this cotton Iris now to be nuiicipate the ubandotnurut of an UII- HOUSD.LUUUTs-Uhte cloth ; drab and
htr" ams ; nit bill ,....lv in the Talbot inlet and the St. John's
}bri'U.ht, i in boat down these riveis, to dfi lukini,:, tIC mere enquiry into the expediency passed session Ly au brown calmcock' ; French Circassian,
; of which is to be 1idvaumageumis. jl almost unuidmo'.is vole, and it wa not until on a length of400yards, has but
;c the Haof Appaiachicola, whence it is I likeiy so black, mixt, drab and striped cloth ; and
.c'a"iocated there, Let the enquiiy be fairly o.jnlc, und June that ne Engineers sea out fiom New ; one foot water at low tide ; to drilling.Pea .
l1Ieci the h'- : I
hi' bv all possible advantages rtenved! from it, I YorK, mce tneir mival, i.ieir labors have improve this place, it would take and
receives1vanCe << Great
-ICI\lU-t ot f-e fastervho! I monkey jackets ; oats;
; 01 and it the Ship Channel is impracticable, 'I been puncipaily Jevoted tll !turvt'Jshicl of about : : 1,400 Plaid and Camblett'Cloaks.
t of t it goodat a
in
an ; o >CCMU : ,\ we had in ; .
lot il ilit-ii de aholhunell-tJut: do :Iot crampthe alriMUj aicuiate chaits The fourth and last obstruction
is noi-frd!: to wait f..r a .L'sT..LLVOU-Supf'tfine blue, black
high price, an the .Navy U i do IIot mention
eiqu./y; with forebodings of the failure l-'arhnhlt. is at the Sisters i is a narrow -
drab and
"Jlle' at the Port to I 'ci it is shipped be- of Jne this .o cei-uie the Liigint'iM and still less bar which would for mixt cloth and cashmere ;
inre he can real-ze; itt value, It i., also to project.WASHINGTON, Jan. 19th 1823. the Du.ui-iiueiit of War. It was a novel its about require French Circassian, black, mixt, and light
impovement 340
Lc cnnicil sev.-iii mile in lighters bebieit DEAR: Sm, project of a uiig.'ity! Claiacter to be etfe<;led Total : 13,44U grey plain and strip'd drilling ; drab. _

can be sh-j-ipe'l to other ports, for sde.All } I enclose to you two notes, of some in- on a scaie unknown to this country. file Therefore to render the inland and olive velvet, and bing-up cords $

tins ( (lfttl') Mid tr.td might wtt: a tel P'I ta your lenders ; which vvill not only place of its location a Territory but latelyGUIS nav.jrable throughout:, at half common pass mixt and strip'd cassinet and russian
r 'Tu-r.itiv "!ly t flm.tr; e\e\i-n-e, be dinn- useful information but to where coasts except from the suivevs duck.
convey serve correct tide, for boats not *hn !
drawing
ed t'-, Peps.tcolnwhere finds coulu ai-I cry erroncous impressions in, and above alluded, were know to our mariners feet morethree Cotton and Woolen Drawers.
"'.I\J b* coml.:.lI1te.1! '0 p.irchsse the out of, the Tfcrtitory. only from the wiecks: they had :auu'ciedthere one inch an expense amounting I VEST*-Blue, black, ai.d buff cloth and

toi* : .. f.r pnc; m icfi! inure, to the CfJt-1 Theie is no one more disposed to concede and whose inteiior was wholly unexplored at least to Sl->.440, will be necessary. I cal illlere ; black silk velvet ; plain and

; tar tjon of ti r i lutjters.t'ia'i: the risk.trou-I the utmost latitude of enquiry into, ; it is not suipiiziug that some eirois W a hingloll.ity, Jan. 18th 1838. I fancy English silk! ; Valentia, toilen.

h't', MIII delay l :uttei.la.it or. the present and discussion of public measures, the propriety should be committed at the outset; th'lllhe Bernard, .,I and swansdown: ; fine white and fancy

Iiu'df <>f deposing ( %tlc and h'ndcncof them, than I am, Engineersseeing that orhfr cnuals were ufa igailicr GeneralJVote marseilles.
__ .\ >ah h.ive the e'-lerprising;; an.l in- hi relation to lime interunl improvement ol" local nature,shoulu lose sight of the nationality -Average ti.lc 6 IV..tfjverpoul I SHIRTS Fine linen plain and frill'd
of this That they should look to continuous coarse linen, duck ; linen and cotton
izPtJ 1i1'ed the 1 take _-
this .
tell/' nt Ct o' Chip t.* 1.t)! for Territory, however, occasion R .- -
;.n.i (''bt.i( u a.I'IC'lrto..tII'1; corn pa.T. to say, that 1 think great injustice has creeks and blancheswhose sources lc. 1. -We have again hada check ; and flannels.

., *:, CLt'iJci; .t CH' al 1 .;r rui WI) to connect been done to me ; to which, so t.ir as it is Wl1 C near each otheras connecting links of great detmf-d! this week fur Cotton. si':: Boots, shoes,brogans, 8c pumps I
t11'l Lhipo! river with tie Eastern intended I to atfect me peisounlly or noliticnlly the si earns that empty into either sea, for The sales ':re at an advance of l-8d bats, gloves suspenders ; cut he-

r.r.ri of M. Andrew's lla) (See law on 1 feel au entire indifference in en- the double purpose ot economy much and despatch in American ; of which, 4000 are sup.poatd L lery ; hosiery ; silk and cot
and that time
ilr-l Tite..) (Ity a re'eience to Williams'iia diMvouimg to depreriate! my: humble efforts h'nally, should to have been taken by specula ton handkerchiefs ; umbrellas ;
be lost in routes unfitted
to promote the general prosperity of surveying by ri it u-ih be the counterpanes ;
p seen.tlnt Appalachiculai for their The object of tors, viz. Sea 1 Islands at 12d to 17d ;
ClnpoU\ rvers. are connected togetherby tin couilrvn senoii injur\ has been done to Congress evidently purpose.was to great ascel tain theprac stained 6| to 9d : Boweds 5J to 6$ ; Or. I fur caps ; cloth travelling bags
A t fewverkj, I in
it. since, saw a -
iespetubl' I ALSO
"lion's I ke" ut the lower end of lean 47-0dto84d \labamas: 5d to 6d.
of canal ;
ship the
ticauihty H across ..
Jouiual aiticle written it U saidin
; an i A of
case Maps-consisting of An Atlas,
which i is a IMTU.NV strip; of l land separating 1 Florida in whicn Peninsula: for the reasons urged in the let- Dec. 3.-Our Cotton \iarket has! (been :
thenrirom ia- lJ:. "", the etttern arm my views are pro- to and the sale from 1200to North and South America, on rollers ;
uou.iced and in still later ter I have the honor to enclose. With this quiet day, are
'L'iSlOIL(1t. a
w ith the different States of the Union
ff f St. ArdrewH a carial or railwayttrotIgtk examination of the 1500 without alterations in
; _xtructed froin view an whole coast bags, any
production,' a printedin :
this. strip of land is to be nude .i loridd, it is alleged tlut the paper project of u I from St. Marks to Tampa Bay should be prices since our lust quotations %" separate, from the latest surveys. To"gather

by tlie company now incorporated, and I Canal across the Peninsula of Florida is made ..lrorJ... Jan. 24.- Cotton -We ha& !I with some Day, receipt, and copy

dl,11h"t 1 is ronph-ted: hut four miles entirely abandoned ; and that the Peninsula I learn from St. Augustine that the Bri- r it at length in our power to notice some books.
Tiiorr ot caiiitl is requisite to connect the has boeu ascertained be 260 'loot above gade had returned from the western tide, little anmation, and a trifling; advance on All of which will be sold low, fer CASK,

Chip.ia) mer with i.li.Ttavvlutrhie river, tile Gulf. As to the first imputationof vi- having made a very imperfect examination cotton-we say advance believing that by J. O' EIL.

between which and the Bay of Prnsacola sionary aud impracticable views, it does and say there is no water; indeed if I may some parcels of Uplands which have been Pensacola. 1st February 1828-47-6t-

a o.mmunicutinn is alt.e.HIJopel:, through I not become me to speak. When Paul wu credit pretty well authenticated repoits, taken at 9c per Ib, would previously to PENiUCOU, 8th Feb. 1328.V1LI. .
the ...-jund of :it Rosa discoursing; of the resnnection, Festus they euleied on the examination with pie- the arrival of the Colombia, have been \ receive proposals 'till the 10th

,: ere there nn such lake as u Hort's supposed' lu'm mad ; und it may be, trial existing impr(' silJnsderi\"ed, from the conjectures sold at 9c. It i is not to b'c inferred that I day of March, inclusive, to furnish ith

Lak.in existence, and were it necessary; diiUrent opinions are eutprtained, as to I lie I : of persons in the Territory, hat the: prices in Liverpool authorize the VR"ESE tY
for the jt rpose of completing1 an inland i I souiidm-ss of my opinionsor the propietyoflhoheof j there was no water. I have always! been prices here ; they may operated upon ,

nHtt tUon frotn l'en.icoa! to the Appa- the critic who "dal ns with led to believe that there<< was at liistahatchy by the small quantity now in market, the the Troops of the U. S Army, that are or

luclncola river, th <'lhl l' Ch() t.1wh'ttcll1e i less than faint praise" everything that 1 or Dead man's bay west of Suwaney, Va- necessity of filling the regular packets, m.iy be stationed at, or within the vicinity

I :.nd St. Andle%\ s' B.tthat a canal tiom luive done. It was not lo be suppus<*d that casuasa hay east of it and Amusura bay I' and the difficuky of selecting other articles of Cantonment Clinch and Pensacola,

the Chipoia'! to
to those belon- mentioned, should be St. John's and Suwanee, or the there can be no question that theie is much market. The sales since our 31st of March, 1329, inclusive. _

cut ; surely the object i is sufficient importance depth of water on the bar of )1.:) Joseph's agiui, as well as terra incognita, yet to be last review, are a liule over 16uO bales, The BtElwill be required to be delivered
.
to compensate for thee :)en e, Bay. 'Ii.. object of these Ictteis were to discovered on the western side. Congress of which about 600 bales New Orleans to the Troops on two days in
and' would reward thc ,iritexl i- point out results to far as thei could be demonstiated and the nation will never he satisfied ui.til week oftener be the
public each or as (
amply s, there i U of the whole from 10$ } llj cts per Ib ; 36 Pensaco.a; may ,
i and to form and! an accurate survey ,
anticipations
individualsho! intereit and to be designated i in sucti quantity
may and if be found sufficient foi at 9c. ; 54 bales Uplands at 9c. and the days )
no water
cnrjeuures, so far aIt! depended on can
exert theii1sel es to acco.nplish it. Then sjecui be for their rations on '
-non. The attained the object between St Joseph's Oclockncy, remaider of Uplands! from 9 a 9$, and as may requisite
aii'l
: object was ,
would Pensacola have back And I deem it
extensive
an ; small lots at lOcts the each day. necessary to
public funds appropriated to ascertain scientifically and Appalachic bays and Tampait will then some : ; greater part
country to suppoit her. the feasibility and cost of the be a question whether the magnitude of the however, at 9jcU, per Ib apprize those who may offer to contractfor
\\ e should be glai! to have the views of work. That information is yet to be receiv- object would not justify a canal from either this supply ; that no beef, but the

tbu.- better acrpiaiirtd wilh the countrythan : ('(I. Gen. Bernard, in his first note, speaks of these points to the Atlantic. The fist best which the market can afford will be

o.usclves, oi. tint important subject, of the preparation for a report upon the object, however, should be the shot test cut W JP l"tmW Q received ; and particular attention must
to lav before uwr readers. various objects\ contemplated in Florida. acros the Peninsula It appears to meSir, be paid to the butchering ttereof.-A rigid

.4 I I do not tJ'ink the critic entirely justified, in when the right of the Government to make Port of Veusaeo\a. inspection of it will always be made.
\\ \s1U..4TON'3 lllHTH DAT.-Tlve 22nd pronouncing the opinions visionary, until internal improvement is yet in contest in Unquestionable and ample security will

of V b an is near at hand, and we do that report is made, and if such works are the States, when all concur in conceding = he required for the faithful performance

not Kio that lau)' preparations are ma contemplated as announced by the princi- the unquestionable) power of the Government ENTERED.Feb. of t.ie: contract.

XHIJ, ty celebrate in the Cit)' of I'ensa- pal Engineer, with what propriety can any heie, when Congress have by an almost !- I llth.-Schr. Elizabeth, Forsyth Persons offering to contract for this

cola For sliame The Uirth day of : person publish that they aie abandoned. unanimous vote made a special appropriation Xew-Oi leans. Cargo to order. supply, will deposit in the Post Office at

our Indepen
t'ie: Inmurtal& vXustnngton, should neverpass 121 feet above the gulf, insteadol 260, lately Missouri are expressing an intensity of interest Jerrisonjr. CLEARED.Feb. sealed and endorsed "Proposals for furnishing -

uniionorcd by Americans.Ve \ reported. My information is collected when such men as Gallutin, Calhoun, 8ih.-Slooo Dread, O'FIaherty. Fresh Beef," stating in a single

.- from the surveys, how that of the wri- Clinton Webster, the President, and many New-Orleans. 12,000 bricks, by Master. bid the: rate per p. und for fchich they

:ave before us a number of documents ter lately quoted is derived, I do not know. others, have expressed the most favorable Schr. Pizarro, Shinnon, Appalachicola. will .

wuh which we have been favored, This I do know that such reports. coming opinions, and when a failure to find water A RIilVFI). supply.A. U Thornton Lt.
bv Cut White, uhicn we will present to from our Territory, weaken public confidence for a ship canal will be a hazard of the object Feb. 8/A.-Rurgtt Enterprize, Holmes' ,

our realer next week. A nong them is produce a re-action in public sentiment that some more experienced Engineers Valley ; with 55 bales cotton, &c. &c 47St. i c. S.10UX'r .

a ."Kej'urt: ; of the Secretary of the Navy, and will greatly injure our pros- should be sent than those employed on the Barge Crusol Brooklyn; 86 bales co-ton V111NO:3PM1 :
Gulf side. I fear the will be .,.... .. ...
M i* ha }'ian for a Naval Peace KstaMts'hment : p<'Cls. The natural channel of the commerce country never ---- -- --- -
: ," wiiich rccomiDenils the eltabli..h- of the western States is down the satisfied with the favorable or unf: rorable tlH Subscriber being appointed by
nunt ;Mississippi i and through this interior communication report of the present Brigade. When the S \.1JE \\JC'l'\ON. .1. an act of the Legislative Council of

"To consist of 1 Vice Admiral, 2 Hear to Atlanticwhether it be by Bill providing for the survey was before the Territory Florida, to lay out the

AliiiraK 6 Commodores, 35 Captains, 35 ship, steam, or boat navigation. AS the I Congress, letters were written to a numberof BY 11. M1CHELET, North West quarter of section No 33,

Mash' ., arid (Commandants: 3'JU Lieuten- probability of that is removednew schemes members here, by persons who were sup Ox THURSDAY FEBRUART 3.1st.At Township 4. and range 6 North and West, -_ _
:ll.t" 6J> are formed of connecting the western waters posed to have some information on the sub- into lots, and to sell the same, will offer
Surgeons Surgeon's btl0 with the lakesand pronouncing in advance the impracticability t\\e. Nav': 'ift (l.
))" !\M-S, 12 Chaplains: 30 Bailing Masters, thus forming a cnmuicicial ject :{ the lots tor sale on the premises, on the
union, between the western and of the work, and I am apprehensivethe the third day of March next.
500M.sters Mates and Midshipmen, 35 eastern States, when their connexion: shouldbe Brigade on the Gulf side have listened The following articles of provisions This place is named Mount Vernon. It
Boatswains 35 Gunners 35 which have been condemned
(
.arpenters, with the south, and will be, if we succeed more to those loose opinions than any accurale is situated the East bank of
J5 sail Makers, & 7 Navy Store Keepers.On in these visionary and abandoned pro- examination. I have most earnestlyto viz. : 97 Barrels of Beef. on the Appalach-
icola of
mumdiately at junction the
of
1 ditto Pork.
jects-which are yet contemplated by Gen. request that some more experienced and
Flint & Chattanoochie Rivers Mount Vernon
Sunday last, The Florida Advocate, Bernard. The idea ofa ship Canal, whether responsible officer may be sent to take 3698 Ibs.of Junk.
of 19fA January arrived in the Mail from practicable or not, at least obtained charge of that Brigade, and on the Eastern Also a Sloop rigged Lighter of the following trom its local situation will commanda
the trade of
Burin Corn. The last Tallahassee Mail for us the means of procuring information side the dut.es: are too arduous for one of 'I..1' dimensions, viz : FT. lif. gf-at part of Jackson and
Gadsden Cuun'ies and of the
brought no paper from that place. in relation to a steam, or oidiuary boat ca- the age of the commandant there, he can- Length of Deck, 37 Flint and
Rivers. I
nal. not give his personal attention and hi. sci do. of k' el for Tonnage 31 9 Chattahooclne erms made knownon

Late and Important from apprehend that the most of these loose encewhatever it may bewiU, be of little use Breadth of Beam, 11 3 the day of sale. B)" an act of the

opinions, were derived from the junior Officers I without it. The warm season will soon approach DepMi of Hold, 6 4 Councn, no lot can be s-d;!,except at pub

Vera Cruz. sent there to collect Topographical the money be expended and the Rake Forward, 2 8 he sale. E TANNER.

f Arrived the U. S. Ship Natchez, froman information. When I was informed, from work which attracts more attention than all A Carver built Cutter of the following Trustee*

active cruize on the coast of Cuba, various quarters, that such speculations others will be in about the same state it dimensions, viz : ChipoU Florida,Jan. .26474t.

and Gull of Mexico, her nificersand crew were indulged in, 1 addressed a letter to was at the beginning. Length 19 2 -

in excellent health.-During her absenceshe the Secretary of War, and think sent youa 1 have the honor to be Breadth, 6 t etlstttoXft 1tot1.'fl1HlS .

has visited the ports of Havana, Ma. copy I feel no sort of asperity for Your Obfd't. Serv't. One Ditto of the following dimensions, House, lately occupied- .) M..j'r.

tanzasand Key Weston the coast oftubaj;; tiitse; notices ; time will develope ,all these J. M. White.Hon. viz: .IL THOMAS KIGHT- will be opened on

bisul on tne coast! of Yucatan; and Vera matters, and whether any merit is ascribed JAMES: BARBOUR, Length- -?J- 2- J the ot Febiuary, by the Subscriber:

Cruz and, ampico. to my humble efforts or not, I do not despair Secretary of war. Breadth, 6 2 who respectfully solicits M chare oi the PatroaHge -

$ Ttle late- attempt at a revolution in of seeingthis great national object ......... And one Clinker built Boat of the following of the Public. All, which the localities -
Ml' ICU, pr .luced a great excitement begun and accomplished ; and I only deplore The following note from Gen. Bernardwas dimensions, viz : afford shall be studiously provided.

througiu.u: the country.-A Urge number ev-erv iHcide.nt calculated to weakenthe in answer to one from Col. White, requesting Length, 17 10 and every attention devoted to the quiet and
of troops :")(1 citizens had embodied mOl al force of public opinion, and consaquently ,I an estimate of the cost of water Breadth, 4 7 comfoii of those who will favour the House
work.
retard
themselves n<: ALppa, under the command the communications between the St. Mary's N. with a. pieference.
of Hen.; Hravo, the vice Presidentof 1 am, veiy respectfully, your friend, and St. Jolms. Amory, ,. An excellent Billiard Table attached to

the count} ; Gen Uarragan the Governor Jos. .\White.. WASHINGTON CITY, Jan. 11th. 1828. 48-It. Navy Agent. the establishment, occupying a separate

of Vcra Cruz, (;01. bt. Anna, (bro. WM. H. HUNT, Esq. Gen. Bernard has the honor to receive I I building will contribute to amusementwith-,

ther of ( en. St. An a) &.mam other pro. The following is the copy of the letter to Mr. White's note and to inform him that .()'rlCE. out interfering/ with the good order and

niinentindt\'iduals, had joined' them. Information the Secretary of War, referred to in the the surveys of Florida have not yet been quiet of the House, anti private parties can
tbat
.. being gtveiito ien. Guerrero preceding, and never before published. sent to the Bo..rd Gen Bernard thinks IS hereby the 5th given.section of in compliancewith Ordinance be always accommodated with a distinct
-. (the commander in chief of the Editor Pen. Gazelle. that, for the success of the bill, it would, an I iing-room.
by Gen. army) perhaps be better to fill up the blank nt passed by the City Council the 31st January There is on the premises, one of the bNt
St. Anna
(the Gen.
commanding
the Military forces of the ,Vera I WASHINGTON, Feb. 4th, 1827. once, with a certain sum, than to wait for 1825 the return made by the assessors Stables in the place, where Horses shall be
province (
Cruz of their SIR-The committee of Roads and can- the report of the Board. This report hast will remui'i open for the inspection of any strictly attended to.JOHN .

tttto) ,. Two number or three, position thousand, and in. i als have decided, that they cannot propose ) comprehend so many object, and the individuals interested, for the space of GARN1RR.Board .
under men any appropriation for canals until the surveys Board is under such a pressure of businessthat two weeks from the date hereof, at the
from Gen. St. Anna were sent down, are made, digested and returned to a few weeks will be totally inadequateto office of the Secretary of the Board of : :amS, .
the Cay of Mexico, who surprised Department. I beg leave therefore to afford any satisfactory result on the Various Aldermen, from 3 to 6 o'clock! P. M. Board pelt Maatb, .tU t.. f'o-
and your ,
raptured pearly the whole of them, invite your attention to the enclosed letter objects contemplated in Florida : all Saturdays and Sundays excepted. Day Boarder, 20 -

"II 0 It striking a single blow.-Gen. which 1 had the honor to address to them these objects are intimately connected with J. G. Drake DinnerBreakfast 7f .

U.lt..b' and. .;(,1. St. Anna escaped ; but with a request that whilst the Engineers are each other ; and, in the General's opinion, or Suppe/: :44
\\'rrt.: nn in* ::3utJanuiry, captured on a with- Secretary. Hones, per. da) 1 25 -"
in that quarter of the union the additional cannot be separately reported upon,
l 1rmu! Orn. it. .\u1a r 15th i.-ia-21.. per ot otk 8$
PCXZC92
aoutt'CntyffliJes surreys may be ordered,if you cpunrTith Qut losing sight of their cgeiou cbraa7


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It NOTICE. U1ttUm Qm3 NOTl E. F. H. NISBET, ENTER TA TA; MEJ T

IT ETTER9 of Administration on the CAPITOL FLORIDA.. THE folio wins; Articles of Ordnance BEGS leave to inform his Friends and IX'VE11'VALE.

itt JU: estate of William Sebree, late ot the Lots in tbe addition to the city of ( Ordnance Stores, the ..propertyof Customers, that! be ha* recommenced -
THE the will be ottered for business at his Old Stand,
t! County of Eseamtoia, deceased, having will be offered for sale United States, .
sale at Pensacola' Florida, on the 10th where he has for sale a good assortment -
been the very
granted to tb. ,
undersigned by the
on the first Monday of April next, on subscriber has taken pomessitfw
ii ii Hon. tbe County Cuurt for the County Capitol square, to the highest bidder. The .day of April, 1828 ; deliverable purchasers ofFresh THE the place, lately occupied by Mr.

'; of Escambia, al! persons-having detund : plan embraces one hundred and sixty at the following places, viz. : Sf Seasonable Goods S. Bryan in Webbville, where he propo*

against the estate of the deceived are acres. The terms are six cent advanceon of entertainment f-jr
per house ,
? POint of ORDNANCE. PInJS Received by the latest arrivals from NeW ses keeping a
Hij: called upon to present them without delay the cost of each lot : the residue in Delivery INO.I j htI York and Philadelphia. travellers nd for such as may favor: him
;1 -and those indebted, are requestedto three equal annual instalments. Bond! and _
with lie his
their hopes nt-
r 12 Ca'anon 3,3k; and 4 Point Blankets custom. by
Iron 12,00(1I
make payment immediately to deeds of trust on th* lots will bs required, pdrs
amJ merit share of
tention to
I r the I 5 6 II II dit o. 6,5UO 7-4 and 8-4 Striped Duffield Blankets assiduity a
Ana &. Sebree. to secure purchase money. Peruaeoltl. 7 4 el II ditto. 8)40, ( 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney dv public patronage.

Jliltjunitratrijc. PUBLIC BUILDINGS. I 12 II c: Canonade5 1,800 : 3 bales White & Drab Flushings Peter Simmons. .-

January 21st, 1828-43-8f.NOTICE Cvrfumssioner receive ., L2 9" ditto. 750 I Blue and black imperial cloth, blue Jackson County F., Nov. 13 itT4Tt1.Militia. : .-
:1' r- THE propo- : and mixt cassimeres satinetts, assorted
;
Tartar ; -
"J1 until the first of
Monday April I II
(<:: : next, for the erection of the centre building I Point, super super and common fancy prints, Florida .
inp.nrthe 1 I dimities 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens Irish
all Creditors, legatees and wing of the capitol. Persons who ; ; C4jhlF. undenigned having: : been instructed -
-'L hereby given to l II ff lawns dimities 6-4
Jty 3 18 ditto. 11,400 : ; ; super fancy ginghams -
IS and entitled to distri may be disposed to undertake a work ol to setle with the Militia of
persons j white red and flannels
I w'L liar6os ; yellow, green
i considerable would do well. this called service GoVDuvul
,, bution of the Estate! of William Sebre importance; black colored bombazetts. Territory, into by
to attend. A of the will 'fJ..f pen-J ; andj for the of Indian
dece aed.! that all debts and demands of plan buildings ,' printed bombazetts and flannel suppression ug;
k nature against said estate will be submitted (iood security will be required -. sacQia.Endof Salisbury gression.t, will be prepared to pay theu
whlttllC
>ever l cotton assorted cotton balls
fr spool
,
St. ; ; ;
be- bv.rred unless exhibited within two for the faithful performance of the i at the Indian Agency on the 12th February
Beaverteens linen cambrics cambnc
3
RoakI i iI. ;
letters Contract. and at St. Augustine on the 20lhofthe
the time of granting
from
r' years land, 3124-pilrs Iron Cannon 14,100 hdkfs* Baroge hdkfs; black Italian crape ;
*/ The editors of the National Intelli 0/ipo- t same month, at Tallahassee on the
-S cfdministratIon.: I. iitetFie -3:18: h I' ditto. 11.400BarrClr.Cll.'t flounced robes ; gingham do, spider nets,
gencer, the U S. Telegraph, and M.1lectgeville } 1st and at Chipola on the 5th March next.
Ana 8. Sebree. !' I. U patent threads, Russia diapers plain and
: 212 ditto. 6000 : ,
Recorder will publi' h and forward Payment will be made upon the order of
J figured book muslins Madras and Brit-
r : .Adniinit rat rix. their accounts after the first of April Jl'ftbQr ofPeuacola.j I those who cannot attend in person; the

..;, -. hnur.ola, January 21st, 1823-45-4t.NOTICE. next The Pensacola Gazette: &. East Flri': tama hdkfs.. comp'y flags, figured crape order should be witne ed. Cel'tific.Ltes
.. dresses white brown and mixed cotton
4. dalle'ald will publish the above three I 632 pdrs ditto. 34,200 ; on honor will be required troin the Oth'cei
.g : Ie If half node white and mixed worsted &
9:24 ditto. 42,800 ;
.
: : times. JOHN P. DUVAL- who claim compensation for private ser-
C'ommmioncr ofTall hassef". I 1 18 II U ditto. 3,800 lamb's wool do ; tine linen hose, ladies: while in the fi.-ld forth the
desirable dwelling house be'ongJ of-iht City vants sotting
:t U white and black cotton do. lead slate
THE = 8 12 "ditto. 24,000 ,
to the Estate of Samuel R. January *6- 47-31. name: color and size of each ; and that
P II ) and black worsted do. and camblet
16 9" ditto 3' ,000 plain
reasonable -- --- they actually kept and them iu
rented employed
:''i1 0 erton, will be on : cloaks, furniture check
iii5i. "ditto. ,
j "'J6 5,200 bed-ticking superfine
W ES'r service the wuole time
Ten durmg charged.
.I terms,by the year, to an approved <
... 3 4II II ditto 8,540 cotton :shirtings, oil cloths, black
ami
Punctual attendance times
i. ant. A VISIT OF WEST FLORIDA, $ I q ;3 I I' ditto. 3200; bombazines, fancy belt ribbons, black aid mentioned at the .
places is particularly: :
Tbe Furniture, EMBRACING its Geograph}', Topi}! ,- ] I 14.' II hIwitzers: : 556 white satin and mantua do., 6-4 Irish shirting THO. WKllilll requested.

':.1 belonging said Estaieis for sale; application ., with ai: Appendix, :::: ; ,4 Inch. ditto. 12000 ,8-4 damask, brown linens; super black Pay Afcs/er, U. S. Army.

may be made to the Administratrix, : treating ot Its Antiquities; Land Titles. 1 l ti Iroll Swivels J 600 and white, plaid ami striped Baptiste Pensacala, ::29111 January 182a4&f.M.ILAK1NGEL1lN'I':
"I; residence. and Canals. printed shawls and hdkfs; printed Waterloo -
at Total
my Iron CaiiWn
) welg-ht; o! 2t$8,446:
r f'J 6hawl.,< silk dress.-s thread,
-- -- nuns
Robt. Mitchell, TOGETHER WITH .I; :: _. :=:- =- -- ancy
I .
IiJ JfKtnwy infactfor the A Mop; of West Florida, : (224:; pdrs UrhS Canflol! 13,900 linen gloves, linen tapes, Russia snirtinga,
1'Janut 2 6 Of ditto ; miliM drab cloth, blue and red strouds, ;c Florida Mail.
i' ..4dnunlltratrix.r. Exhibiting a Chart of the Coast, a I 1,246

? Pensacola, Jan. 25th. !828453t. the -< ::2 8 In. 1I0.'itzel's do. 2,440 ALSO, Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock A. M.

1 r.J City: of Vcnsacola I LI. 6 GO. do. / 412 4 cases saddlery orted Departs same day at 2 o'clock P. M.
: NOTICE. 10 'I 111r.a'i do. 3,168 9 cases llrew*ter':, hats, assorted qualities
au1 the Entrance ot Pensacola! Harbour. .... Blakelcy Mail ;
::1 of administration having Toalwfit: Dr flrus Cannon 21,166
t' LETTERS to the subscriber 01 BY JOHN LEt WILLIVSI*. iI;) ----- __ _-- -- 5 trunks fine ready made clothing Including Mobile and the States of Louisiana -

!: I the Estate of Jacob Kelker, lute of the Just received, for sale by I f 2UlJ OJv lbs Catlnon: B ..IIand shells I 12 trunks 'lady& and gentlemen boots and Mit ib l"pi.

County of Kscambia deceased, by the; \V. Ha-eil Hunt.Pensacola I of'ariou Cabbies from 3 top .. and. shoeCfliltrens' -, Due I very Tuesday at r; o'clock M. -

U. 4ni. "lutlire of theCounty Court, all per 8th Jan. JR7: ;; I th1rt: -'vii poundessrJ -- and- -boys' slices, oiogans. &c. Deoarta every Friday *t 12 o'clock M..
--- ----- --- ----
: 8on tv.o .. tnepo tn'* 9itl R"ta.te --- 604 Musket Ourtridg-: Boxes Soal leather, calf nkins, shoe thread All Other Mails.
h will make immediate payment to the sub- 1'U; -U P, 19 do do Box Belts 25 kegs Virginia tobacco

.....i criher, and those who have demands a- the Subscriber as a *: ), 1 :;;6 Ra\onet BeasI 5 boxes superior cavendish do DUE every Wednesday and Sunday ac
? it-will the same oR BIT 4,900( Priming- Tubes 4 o'clock. M.
.f ramat present :\ l, a 1egrIan, I Hardware
F. H. Nisbct who calls himself S lOU'J( ( Fust'es &c. Depart every Saturday and Tuesday
2
i ; Pen at past! 8 o'clock A. M.ostU .
O I l:05Port Files! pocket, sportsmen: and desk

I!: Administrator. lL, I..v').' ,J H :... 1 Jack Screw knives ; knives & forks, carvers, waiters l\ice Hoiu'5.he .
.. G.
Pt Jan. 23rd, 1828-45-8t._ (!' t I 335 het"ts! of Tin and trays ; Henmng's best needles, snuf. _

: m.i: suys he belongs to Mr. Abraham ( 2,0'JO Ibs eitfht Scrap Iron. tero and trays, plated spurs, spectacles, Citizens ot Pcnsacolaare respectfully
:t X OT lC Y... Raid win of Montgomery: Air.. Luke is i "- :Carpenter's tool: shoemaker's and curnei's requested to take notice that

f/'H Testamentary on the'Es- about five fret nine or ten inches liijrh; TKHMS.--The-sales will be for CASH, I, do., l stock locks, padlocks, shovels the Post Oilice will uniformly, be closed

L"t IETTKRS A. Rodgers late of the- light coi7ijli'Ction, and appears to "beabout ur.d the minimum price of the Brass OrdiiHiice I and long, kettles, sauce pans, cotton on Sun hat: 5 o'clock P. M. ; unleb! !

:County of Escambia 'deceased, havingbeeugrantcdto thirty-one o'-thirtv-tuovi' rsot age. is fixed at t"' lIh'.fi\'e cents per cards, tvc. &c.Pensacob :. the Mail; should be delayed later than
the pound. For the Iron Cannon, shot and j the usual hour of arrival; in which case P
: the undersigned by 1<\ Comvns.a Dec. 7th, 1827.-38-tf
L Hon. the County Court of Escambia / .slu-lls, fifteen dollars J p t"r ton. Owners i iI iI the Oitice will be kept open at least one

: ,County, all persons who have any demands CnusfaMe.tens3.cob. )f r Foundries in the Northern: States, can I hour. inc Mail although not due un-

;I against the Est&te of the deceased, (\ 2 t'1: .1nuiri. 1 28---tGtf, rcc-ix'e any information concerning:: I s UG.illl BOILER;. til 4 o'clock P. M., usually arrives soon

I are called upon to present them without LAND- --- .. above mentioned ai tides, from Captain j- JKE: subscriber for sal/, a few pair enough to be opened 3 o'clock so that
I AGENCY. DAMLL: ii. Bun H, Assistant Quarter Master JL the Office i is usually open two :hours.
and indebted
ri delay, those are requested -I < Sugar Boilers, as a sample from the
j MtbscribfiM nave of U. :s. Army, Pensacola Florida The Post Master therefore requests, that
to make payment immediately to THE opened nn ; or manufactoryand can supply
: 'i I any quantity .
t James Pendleton I 'for the purchase and sale of: t from Lt ISAAC A. ADAMS, commanding U. I to order. F. II. NlSU" T. those who with to enquire for fetters ou

i Lands at St. Augustine, in the House formerly ;:;. Arsenal, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Pensacd1a )ec. 7th 1827.-J8tfThread th: t clay, will! send or call! before o'plock,.

J A llxcciitcr. I occupied by Col. Ferrault tlse Dan'i B. Burch and that he may be enabled to close the

;;!', pen* cx>la, Jim. 23d 1827.-25-St.IS south west corner of the public : Office at that time.

:! :-- where persons desirous to accomplish squu.-e1-: AsiU Qr. Master. Laces. Lace Veils, The Post (jUice is open) un other days,

NOT \C E. ther pUrchase or sales: ot' real J estate, are Isfaac A. Adams, .c.I from breakfast tune until dark ; except

,.: hereby given to all creditors! legatees requested to leave their corn mands. 1st. Lt. Oil Ordnance service. I THE Subscriber has received, per of from 1 tu 3 o'cloekand during the time, "t.i
A in opening or closing the M.t."l.NY. :;:
longresidelc. the
: Territory of Orleans from :
PensaroLi
: : and person entitled to distribution : 21st j\"ov. 1827. i Philadelphia, i
r! .of the Estate 0'< John A. Rodgers j Florida, has enabled the subscribers u> .i ansI! Mary Dennison from New York, in Uasell Hunt, :i

deceased, that their claims and demands,.i become intimately. Acquainted with! near \\' l\ 'i addition to his former assortment Post JIaster.
l ,) I J
on said Estate will be barred at he cxpiTvtion I ly all the indivi.Jual c.'aims, to land in ihi- I 1 b.>x containing an eleirant assortment Pensicola, 1st <-)#

t. of two )'earsfr !1\ the time of t'iut. district, as well as to their titles, loc iiosis! : r- WILL reeeve-Pe'msalsat this Office Thread and Gimp Laces, black lanunrv. 1828. __

iug Letters Testaiaentary, unless exhibi.tcii I qualities, and relative value And the increasing I until tfl(" Ntof April! lli'xt, tOesuPptf- and white LaceVeils, plain 2Ind.figured COLOMBIAN Kim LVDIANO.NOTICE. I.
;
i i to the subscriber within the same. applications. itadet 'for ini-ormu- I jut;' \vo )(l for Uie-use of the: Troops n. 4-4 Gimp laces! &c. all of the newest pat-

r. James Pencilc.ion I tion, f-om u'' ,')' i pait: of the UnitedSta* 's, tli'3 Station. It must be merchantable efns. ALSO, .

1 more especially, icspecting( sugar estiity.had .-,, I Oak and other hard wood and the Cord Suprr super 4-.. white gauze flannels,_ Is hereby given, that the undersigned'

'Ip Executor. l induced Ifcwn to believe, that an cstubli.shment to b<> by measurement 4 feet 2 inches ladies super white cotton hose, gentle- intends to pay none of the debts that

".... .. Pensacola, J:tl;.29th,.I22S-45-4t. ; of this kind, could be rcndcredMJsehil i! (ugh; 8 fret 4 inches (long, and the wood men's cravats, black silk hhdkfs, fIre linen may be contracted by any of the crew of

'oj- : to tUe p lbl1c. ,i :ut fall four feet: length To be deliv- shirts, gentlemen brown and white the Colombian Brig InJiano ; therefore .

S NOTICE. All orders directed to them, for copKM; 11 I I ere J at :>.ny place ill the Town of Pensacola tinen gloves, fancy prints, striped and that persons crediting those sailors should ::<

.,\ 1fS hereby given, to all Creditois, Legatees of surveys, maps or plant,as well as oWirinformation I! \ 'here it may be wanted ; and at the I checked grass muslins. not expect payment but from the Deotorhimself. -

.u_ and persons, entitled to distribution : on the above subject, will l be I Cantonemeut, corded; up by the Con I 4 trunksgcntlemeii'sbootsshoes! brogans ;:1

*V. ot the t':state of Col. JOHN MILLER, furnished without delay. Letters, postpaid tractor himself; within convenient distance j and pumps, of very superior quialty Inmolas Vrgaiza

late of the County of Escamhiu,deceased, j lirected to the Laud Ager.cy, 8:, of the water-side, at the usual land and ladies morocco walking shoes PensccolaJau_ 4, 1827.-42-tf. _;
I fP that their claims and demands will be AugiL3tinet will receive; due altea on. ing place. The wood is to-be delivered at 7bales 3.4and 4-4 brown shirting. .Master-

barred at tbe expiration of two years, JOHN LEE1VLLlhM \\'LlAtIS: such times: and such quantities as may be 1 case low priced: clothiAg ; .

&. from the date of the Letters of Adl'1inistratlan'C'ranted II. iMMONti, directed from this office. The customary V. H. Nisbet. BEERS'
FRANCIS J. FA11U. delivery l : is sixty cor'dsprr month f.'om'It
the Subscriber
to unless
Dec. 27th 1827.44tf Pensacola, Dec. 20th, 182740tI's.SEAS'1'OHES ALMANAC I
exhibited within that time;toW. Nov. to oUtn: ( April, and half that quantity ,
Iteferences; (from 1st Mstyto; 31st October. Two bid'

Hasell Hunt. Col. Jos. M. White, will be rece \-ed-onl" for the best hack &c. FOR I

dmini' :'4tOf". Delegate<< from Florida, jack wood of the country ; and another FI1IIE Subscriber has just received
per
Mr. Henry S. Tanner, Philadelphia, for such oak and other hardwood as is Jl Elizabeth from Sew-Orleaws.-and

t r\l E. b Doctor rush, New York, common to the Hammock- on the Bay has on hind from former importations. 1828

Beiiurd E. Bee, Charleston r Hay, Magnolia, Sasafras and
: of Administration on the Chincopinwood Old L. P. Madeira Cranberries,
LETTERS )Ir. Jatries Wilh.ims: Baltimore- will not be received The delivery
.i, of JOHH M.G"u-LE.late ofthe __ first do. Teneriife do. Jelly &. Jam,
County of Escambia deceased having Improved Perpendicular to be ready by tHe 1st of May next Medoc ,Claret of 1820, Pickled Walnuts,

., been granted to theuubucribf rb>' the Dan'l E. Burch GoiUenButter, Curry l'owders.Leaf FOR. 8LL ; AT THE

lion. the County Court ofsjurfCum.ty, all 1W tLL Lard in Tin Can nisters, PENSACOI4ABOOKSTORE..
1 who have % .i88Z Qr. .1Ea3ter. .. _
demands
persons the Estate of the deceased any are against: '[...7K- are the authorized Agents of Assis ta.nl Quarter Master's Office 3 Havanuah Chocolate, W. li % SELL HUNT -
hereby do.
I Anthony Bencini, of North Carolina Pe ,;sacola, Dec. 5,1827-38-tl A. 5 Preserves,
calledupon, to present them without de- .. Mushroon and Tomatoes Ketchuo. HAS Jst received from Boston, and of
10 uo an .
hry: ; and all persons owing thing to uung necessary for the per- r t'jr sale
any Tuscaloosa' at low
NEW E
Rye Whiskey,
I aaid Estate pose of selling and conveying the right STABLXU.ENT.'It prices, an assortment -
are requested to the qfBanT.
pay are and of Flour, Bacon, Hams, &c.
privilege
Immediately, to constructing, building lie :;
i
-_ and Persons wishing J\fill? Syrup and Dorta Books t'"
usmg.with'm the { &
Territory PloTiJa I
Stationary
Charles D.Brodie, his improved Pvi-pen&cular Grist .!////,,; 'l eILI A V U lf ble Soup, for a sea voyage, can be sup i. consiotl'ag of Ledgers, Journals, Waste; .
plied by to the subscriber I
applying
1 Administrator for Grinding Jleal, for which be h3.s.OO.1 ANDTRAVELLER'S who Letter, Cash, and Invoice Books
__ Pensacola, 16th JlI.n.1828448t.. iMiied a Patent. keeps a complete assortment of Sea &07e, Bmdio.g Russia -
This mill is considered REST.Jffi at his Brick Store, MaUl street, in front of
decidedly superior THE Subscriber informs the ,Public Le'Jgrs. Journals, Waste, Day and
NO T1CE.IS to any at present in use, from the the public Square.Julius Letter Books, Leather Backs and Corers I
simplicity of its construction, the that he has opened a house Pescay. h -
J
hereby-given to all Creditors, Lega.tees with wItch it can be worked and ease the of Public! Entertainment, :n the Pensacola, Dec. 7th, 182738tf. Albums, Alphabets
Docket
and persons entitled to distribution quanttty of meal grounti.: The house formerly occupied by Maj. Hall or Memorandum -
variousiliTtifliOfla books
of the Estate of Juan M. GAYLE, and for that purpose, fronting the public Leathecovers ; and small J
alterations whici! have 'ThE Subscriber Quarto Blank
s late of the County of cambia, deceased been made, in order tc arrive square, which he has fitted up in a 'convenient JL has just received per Books. $j
,that their claims and demands will be and most valuable at the sunplest -' manner for tbe Deception of tra Elisabeth, Forsyth, from NewOr Super Royal Enveloping or Post Office '
barred the height, have all leans a very large assortment of Groce.. Paper Superfine Folio Pest
at
t; expiration of two years, fallen far short of the vellers and others. Histable will ataays Blotting
from tbe date of the Letter of Adminis in the instance object desired ; but be supplied with the best which the ties. He oilers in addition to his former Drawing and Letter Paper, Foolscap Paper
present the inventor
tra lon, granted to the Subscriber, unless to have acquired'the appears market can afford, aitd Jiis bar with the stock :- ruled and plain best Lead Pencils,
desideratum
hibitea within that time,to so long sought after. best: of liquors. No exertion will be Champaigne Wine, in Baskets of 1 doz Sand Boxes wooden or japanned j Glass!:

Charles D. Brodie. The mill attached wanting on the part of the proprietor, each, warranted superior Inks & sandsCork InkstaudsAmencan Sc
to Cotton
a Gin wil
tn render general satisfaction do. Brandy of 1820. English Indelible Ink ; eagle, Lafayette,
Adndnittrater.Pensaaola grind from fifty to wity bushels of to those and :
corn "Zante
a Currants Highlander
16th Jan. 1828.: --44-4t day, and that too of.. superior grade of who may far or him with their company. Ponchong Tea Cards, Visiting Cards Playing, Pocket Cards ; Blank i}
His- Books
meal and the stables arc well calculated for a num- and -
T.NO'fIOE. ; scarcity of mill streams'in Prune*, fresh Wallets, Iced Sealing Wax -t.
very
ber of horses-aid and Wafersv .
the a good and attentivaOstler ;
country,and the great labor suffered Raisins .. Black do. do. ,
will xtall times n English and Dutch Sates
ia-ise be hand.
: LETTERS.f Administration on the operation olliand millo. renders at Almonds ,,VMedtfc &'1 &c. Pensacola 20lh j ;
k it Families, or Gentlemen who ? Uec. 1827.
the wish
e latoJoac Hom -Pva- more important to the people of may Claret of 1820 .
I Tzr-Esq. having been grtnted the un- this Territory. can .be accommodated with private a- Tuscaloosa Rye -rO\V ar or J.'YIAG.OLI.4.-.--- I

r deraigned, by tbe-Hon. the-County'Court 'The.price for a right.to construct one partments. -' 1EG. FISHER. Goshen Butterdo. Whiskey LOTS in the new Town of Magnolia

forthe County .Escarabia ; all persons Qf these Mills,, is twenty dollar, and one Tallahassee, Dec. 15-1--tf._ Cheese offered for sale. This place is .J:""

I iutrin 'cteautada agatnat said Estate, arereque.ted of.them can-be matte at a trifling expense Madeira Beef in j bbls. for ituated 8 miles from Fort St. Marks on
I family
: to .present the came immediately .' when compared WI'h the advante WInes, Cordials (c. With an additional use the St. Marks' river and 15 from Tallahas ".: .

I and those indebted, are desired to resulting fnm; the use of them. r RECEIVED per Schr. Orleans from Hard ware, Glass supply of Dry Goods see. The river can be navigated to the
ware &
: .make.payment. to Application to be made to the subscri I -. Sold Low for Goth Queen ware ; I Town by vessels drawing 8 feet wate?.

.. i John looerarity ben, alld those who purchase will be furnished 10 cases superior Old London Particular The situation is high, dry and healthy -

1 .IJ ,with particular in full.! Madeira me. J. Pescay.Pensacola i t has two Sulphur Springs in the vicinity,i ,
dlAUlUt"utor.
; 'Pensacola, 16th Jaa., 1828448t. L. & M. A. Armislead.Jit 10 "- Old Port Wine. Jan. 11th, 1828. one of which is only 200 yards from the
.
Tallakattcc 10 Cherry-Brandy, Superior. Public Square. ThCy arc said to poses

NOTICE. Pensacolk, Dec. 15lh. l&or l.--4J-Jm iJtpulaga 20 '* Cordials, first quality assorted in DISSOLUTION.THE great medical qualities.

; person* interested in the Estate the cases 1 doz. each. partnership of Put LAI & Ruse I For furtber information of Terms &e.

ALL, FRCI KocixoLAVB, deceased, 1'WOTIOk1.: 10Vine Bitters. ,in consequence of tne death of: apply to J. G. and N. Hamjen} S!. Marks,
CONSTITUTE and 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. Mr. -Jame. Rushton orio Augustus Steele, Tallahassee. --
arcTjrrebj notified that the undersigned, 1 up point Micajah 3 is dissolved; all persons
Barrels St.
r Clerk.of the County Court, will ex officio Crupper of Pensacola, my agent and 1 6 Half Cherry Bounce. haviug claims against the late firm, Marks 10th August, 1 27-24-tf.
ktk>ro y, iu all matters and Bbls Ammeed, Peppermint will
dmminter on laid tfttatepursuantto an or- things retativtQthedehi'wery present them to the subscriber for
I and Cinnamon
Act of the Hon the Judge of the County and receiving pay for maUrialt Cordials settlement, and those person iotfebted,, TALLOW BEES WAX

_ Court,. )t. CRUPPEH, Cierk. at the Navy Yard. For -Sale by:! will come forward and make payment pas JTfcHE highest price in cub, given fop

by J. G. ijjun, D. .Ct'&. E. Montgomery.' 1." H. NisbeUFeaestola : no indulgence can be given. 4JL the above, articles, by

Pcmzcta, .L51h JTtLaJy. 18.28"'tf. Mobile 6th JAMES FINLAY. Julius
t Sept. 1827- 9Lf Dec. 29 Pescay.JDct. .
1Z1It.
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