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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
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Creation Date: February 22, 1828
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VOL. IV. ( PHneipi ncvi honsinu.) PENSA COLA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY lJJnd, 1828. (Open to all parties : influenced by now.) No. 49.

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P PPBUSHKD KICL' BT tru=i\e individuals, without color of title, ing more than a pretended title to thr sub-1 I urjreut ind conceive. I have visited a I' be viewed with delight by one- of these ,,
by a long contll1llfpo""c5! ion, to acquire ject of IMS purchase. Such a measure considerable
H1TWT & TS.'i' portion of middle Florida I poor t'lers if he could call it his own.i .
th. moan if not of defe'iting, at least of [ would be inconsistent Uith the faith of this and as far
as
my own observations have i There M vast number of such fa-niUc
Puo ififs oil'1' L iC4 > t'c Ii. .t. "ml..u I Msin-. by future vexatious liti-a-1\ Government, a; that i is pledjed in the extended I !
can speak with some degree thro'i ho\t the Southern 'r:'. .
:!, .l JfUl( Terra. 'i ; /"J" .: ti.",. the fair claimr itrhose, title shall t)( ti < atieipder which those portion*, of its > confidence I' country ?
The reasons in ths case I | who know these States as slave holding
:5CI'I CKU-ThJf'f-'r. 'tji' .;riticr ailinueti in such mode as Conpliall lerritoiv \\ eye arcpjired. since it v.nnltl ; ,
"t.r ., -e I', emb-irra" ? the cla-unnts! in the assertion'of conceive dt'\" their! torce and eflect from .( States, little know how large a proP'J11i.,1h
prescribe.
!> ttlt -act that Florida! even here there ;| of the population have no slaves. It is tc>
the .
their
multiplying
ier \ I 5') In ?onieinstanc'>. Congress has nuthorttla rights by number -
of those \\.I') would havednecriPteresfin are t'ohesofgooclland, is one of the mostpfrd these the graliitnn; of the prIce o;
Su-.s rations px .j-c t. A IA.'s .;, recoil under certain circumstances. .
8 countries in the wor'd.Yithin r Ian J Is ill confer benefit. The Jartu .>
'lb
""' "lt llftt.er: a'of _"l>t-mcnt tthe oidi-.iary judicial triDiiuaU ; but defeating th"&. bv_ adding to the labor k. almost .;: a
tnc M.iiiJi ui r>iu -.lurun rut J .* -aj iirini; v Aether from fie tpchniral strictures which {I expense of prcsecutins tlu-m : it would? in- any given limityui are presented hirh requirtto be thus graduated, call

no, m *te I'.iau c. mell of tfct, js {.... *ir.t characterije the proceedings of these tri- crea\e J.tiatbn overwhelming the lucil with great vare'iea of both soil i'.d timber : not Le any object to toe speculator.! T

insertion out- (..jiacu wreeuiv ruuiwti- ;: Uu'iaU. or horn whateter other cause this .judicial tribunals with innumerable law and frequently> ster.IP snci in t appeal to the experience of the Southern -

brie fifty cri.tsr -'.' gcr and \, .je one. at mode ()Hdjusiinenl ns not been foiled
the same rat Kyle aud figure \ .) k.JouWe I to those entitled to ils iienefitj.J I rerned in the J,Uinini
I)MC. lt>' ; ie first ...'s110n A'i- ,, an.l in the I ""lIlt has not contributed to the j anti i' ad! amount to an absolute de- upon the same quarter, or riih:!, :. .,u Ulli rt'rt'n the tate Alabami, and ill

Yettisu.-ients v. oc tatt' ltj.y displayed: etilement of thesp claims. !1 in,il ofrirrht to many of thoe claimants, fi-id one-fourth of gnnd 1-iul. ::.t ti. ->i- : I'"J"la:'8. they have remained forvearti

itcruruinc to irte nauiie ot 1.1>.n. 'ut- '* ill Tnat a paternal regard to the rights of i; who wouldf un.iblc to encounter the increased 'lance ofver'- poor, or the rtver. In i uns'-id: ; no lands in 'jct.have soidiwhi'h

b1 .'. aurcmatter ot thi> .-.ze i.1t p(. j.I' i its own citizens a just fulfilment of i'-} oh- j labor and exp"n<.*> ot prosecuting i i other cases i quarter, eighth. or h. lfsec-' are not irTrinvcuIiy valuable ; tl.v :is,

U I' M' in'
sect," e"t.'n.do. 'in-.! the first to th<- (I i.ijj in this relation to the government of: It would ?icrifirr$ the revenue nf the Cnited I lor covered by sft-amps. por.Us. or 1A3 taplcs of the country.

lao ip-"Tti<:-r ct'': uiseition will 1 oe CHarged ,, ttit- [nit d states, are. nevertheless, object -i States. The land ales of the government |Iin such cases the, surveyor iinve Pot The only ralu! I repeat, of such lands

a? Vv .t.: iTti*'nient.mmmts for j jalive" :: > of its piotection by force of trenty : nave heretofore commanded puicnn"ribecause >. i I made faction. (unis the lake has proved arises iron: the; improve'iients which rnry

"f t"t..etJlc alay on demand.! j I ID" I I stipulation ; that thpe consider tioos.. I[ of the certainty of the title vvhit-M, I to be murh beyond the commone. ,'be pt on tie', an !. as an antecedent toi

C.I cunti\iU-: will be .tde with j'j I' continuing with tnoso which beh.I II' Ite; thi j they conveyed. The purchi-u-r of a irwcuii anlJ so ci' ;;;: o'et of it at the s;leb ; but i iV i th.>so\vnership; must be placed within the
the I interests of thr Touted Satf>, con- uould make a liberal: eMinmie of the : I'
tho .., Il to mUertisp bv \ l.ar peculiar you <.' '- part nf an eighth 1 quarterlalt": -reicli: of tiie poor nan. The rich nesptc'u1.t' \
All 4S'. 'IpUlIjed1IOIj' aditris.il t> \r.I I I Ii. sistinir Ill the ftnvantageMU*. s.tle of the ii- j jtional cost and haxard to which he would -Mihjrct or .vif-le
section, which IS rut b\ t in anJ: of this description ; the
and in tHe peedv diminution ill'aII"! up I i
will at- ( oIflg'I. ?
H I'T. LiUior, be pronij-tU .
si. p.m.ts, '\\ a'T'1r lake:, are 'i1d best the! r.ost fertile lands, or peculiar
of for tie:, jI would! the h .lp you co-T ; c .
1cttle4i of a portion its Territory j I, extern to \ of the In'ulriaunod ,: I
t. i to pMixhaie! the uhoV and *rut at '1 spots au'i {.ivr.-sliie ituation3, arc the oh.
.. double of cultur>. ami of strength- :' those in whictt the title ,
:_ purpose even to ri .1'\
:.- '- I i\: I I dolinr' in 1 a qturer per ncr Thi woui I IT't Ii jects o' :'ti'4'l! .'i }>.
e:iinjr its exterior boundsomte to n'-1 PH' I ":I"lrj'f' or i it. 'vendor! fhtJ'li,1 1)t -
:.... '.\ .l l' \ \tl \ I i tj.uone.. "trtlcss the casev.t=i .\ act ot ''.'Jl 'Tt.\S passed: some years
an urgent -
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CUillll1t',11 I l-se:: HIop:. i: o. ..' t' h"J.j .1 i. ..... f -,.1IIH.t. ....: .t tn (';rr
-_ __- :-; __ --.- __=::- :7' = I! the p'' ump: ndjntinent of the cUinrof in- I II t;' that !lo>> from fii! iq -source mihl be com-I I I one. an 1 the ;'and} calculated for irrnportant : :i ro. autU.T' L n the Register and ReccivCrtr -

JN I'IIF. SENATi OF TIIEU- I I iividmitttC.IVCd otherwise than from -c )| ;ifnsnt.il by the lereipts or the residue it : urpO"6.; Were the :,rice5g-a; ) j ;-ve ka i rsof lands which had

MTKD STATES. goviiiiiniMit of the United btati-?. to l.unlswatiin j is scarcely a subject for enquiry i.ether du.ited as pr- ;'OscJ, a purchase ns't.; t.;, rai-ied un,'.lI1 for a certain number of

1\ EOq.oID..H ..Jo.l hi). J.:.. its innil*, i> apioposuM.n. which, inj I the govei nnr.ent would roment lo profit by in many .stnces, br warranted 'n par ear:*, or until Ille lands were called for

. 1\lr. Btt nt-II in.id et Inmtli.nmg H.'i-: : j j ttie view of the Con; ifee. ;is too clear to a salt of that to which it had no title, to the for the vr'ttiie cigli'h.I cri-itcr. hi'f. o- j tt:\ one one dt-sirous or purchasing from

'fie Committee on Piiva1 i ** L
So ttiioni vva i -lerttui lie 1t',O.uilOI01 im I i I tiiev piop.Tse is mel cl to state some few just claims to its protection. Other considerations portion of jool and. This M the -r v' I ftlVct of ?uclia'aw::: ? The moment the

:Senate. m >Ii uriing t.,tm to inquire I'l'o tnt !i; addition: comaider '. and then to su.. in oprosition to a sale under mode of brin.nr: : 3---i lMd into mark;: ,.o settler! hd exhausted all his means

rxji .tIH. of piovuMiis! :. bv la* lo. n eiriai :."t that mode of adjustment which will, the circumstances in which these !la.irU are unles-, the govenr.- u">uld, in th,- c-i- t'l ind K b'jre-l iv;r ':verd 1 ears in erecting

and derision of <:i-iin> to !lands .It" I I 1/1) ir.eir: view most elVectually ubserve the placed. will suggest themselves to the Sen ab-.re stated, rn ikt- fractions of the dei I. : .4 r.uiilini.s: : m'i &arsnghis ground, plant-

rivfil, or allt-Kfd he derived. OIKTWJS'; I,! pUiil\l.f of justice, both to the government I ate. The Committee content themselves in ruble frpots ot gOld land. M'.\ pcrm.r p<.r- inK; h s teach orc'i.ird.! and thus made the

than trumtne I-intfd Stales, in tti'j *'. ve.ti I .tnd to the individual 1 claimants. this biief view of the subject, with the chasers to pav *'or onlv ?o J.lPcre'i z > "."!'-*, tn iii D'r:,; rf no value, worth three

Stales 01 ltint..iit'S hereof, The Committee have not hesitated to : statement ol those hich have been enu- they wan excluding '. ,;>terc-! uc"t-s. .': i't.cr 1 h'ii.irt-d do';.4rs, a purchacr offers

KEruKT : nail themselves of such information as merated. 1\kt.c. and ponds. To thI pre-.tt.nt : \\ tau i is w.rig!!! to give the governmeM -

That the! Iouhiect, \t : .c.: they hare JJ thu ,ii: .s.Ii'' 1 t thf consideration; 'those State and! Territories within which ion of the Committee a rial tribunal for l
< p. i \ t.) spt you propose is much :nv>-? iies.ruSIe! a Hl l irj)pn>'-(" "!'s,'u* at least compel the set
ol .ti" >, 11!. tia. ap'} -vi .>\llo ,ht'"-, in titcoj. *- the lands claimed are sit-- tcd. They have I the audit and deoiMon of claims of the character should. think, be adopted By 1'iut' tler'o' p-v '.'.n; f.vih money, as it is there

.. ..t ilii-ir t iiiquii ws, t l.- one of much particularly\';.iled themselves of the communications referred to in the resolution, libtrd the tui-'iVrMut- elOr:1atf',1..
pbn; govrrnT.Mit w I ud! o :
XiHj orts ,1. e jottie It.In ncni. '.. .. .tt ttosauit. of the Delegate from Florida ly compensated i and judiciously eitrcte l, : :
I ly as good a price for llie ,:m:: sol'j. and:: j 1 here lIeq.r was a more mistaken r>o1'cy -
.* time d'e)ply mi- ttv'i.ii to jn uv of whose active and! !laborious discharge of the 10 as to ensure the rfqui ite interrnH.. talents -
; would sell maisv that rrtu-t under tie :; As the owner of the spot, he would
it .,;OM/.c 'S. 1 :-jp priinj u. t?ion ot ttie I duties of a land commissioner; and coniinued and industry fur the faithful I' t'iil.
present iysteni, .ilvvavs f !Live brcn a useful member of siciety :
I uc
cmll"rn.
cia ins ..''rr"d o. H rsstMiiiil 1 to tile >por- residence in that Territory. have given gent. and prompt disciiarjr ft it, ttt.'t. : I
the
r tve ; the tr the 5"lf.e$'irnation produced by
dy Mtieniei; or.i:. i-i.tic-tin? putt-ouut i ini peculiar facilities for acqnu ing inforniatior. j I holuiiitj it. .cs'.ionit J the LilY of U a"Mtii j,I proper Uy prauuai :; p' I- -

the L'niMii ; nn olijcct.. of wintJ! t.f unpoi.1 I on this nt i'ct. of which his inteihgpnce j ton, here .'cce 3 can be 11'1I\ ,. tiie; jtuulic! !j|you !.:t only! bring in'v r::rket mu iv { idea, ownership, and the stake which
| lands Which: would oti er\v'sc; lie a'! his: little; precis him in society, area
i > give
tallt I. !'.accJ IIY te! !t'CIJtr! .'-;'fi'11" I has pialified; him to profit. while bi3 j: record and where compneut :it'. ::.is can j aytjcx'lud
.. i I ;t! but they are b.-uu-'it "n .,: for- the correctness of his dCrortmtnt. .
; guarantee
(ft* *"il am! ciiniPt'- to ftif j-'iuiti o| coixaluabl rharactei arurdsa uaraiite"- for the accuraCy -j be tujk ''aiv obUtintd t'< u'piv-ent (heriit : <
taul l,. .idu! t-. the h-nntculrivati-ni with \ hich it iscotntnnniCctted I l.roiiu'j '! 01' the i*elective c'auiiaiifs! and limot. i 1 j i sacii periods as th"y may be :I.i; J";'-:,'!. I lie r.d psen! in the scale of

tJ1 \, :'uh is f/t'COIUI1IS" d insticr IIf liicrcasi him they nave received time -.-.iivriM'jTio.-' j i."d ") .; si J Jit .\ cttini,:ifiit penou for tiLt I Il !r and tU!,s u' ;ment the mt .::* of securing I usefuies5! ; but when turned adrift, o?

iUg i> .'' :'Y1",1 t.. iN locality, cJistitnt.iig !I the Commissioner of th' if-ni'i.ti Lsn-lOf- nnll.rHI..11 01 iti 1 (b"is. ui'i rr.*)*'' t:1 -.:t'I' ; a donse pop,iiit.cn.! I eTpused to rapacity, it is no wonder that

i.c it dv s a rrs:d t'laok pat t ..f the lice. whose communication isnired. 1ie. eH ) u..j- i 1.lIy rHI'ip.tc tiie put pO'tc o{ jn-rot", ind I Wt..huut i pcr -on-i1 oh-.crvat.on of t'ic! I !j..s f:t. iints are soured and that tie becomes -

ci.r .id? CM '.: .\meliran ctui-ir! '. Tint j '' iii b'-. :!icr: .-ie tt-:; i-iteie ti ot the ;H-' ; rfcui! ch-rctcr of the -cnGn !i'ih! Idle! and resdess.Le .

St.ijMih',:"-:: i i. otiijt-cte4 wllh IiI> con'u1t- Thc Committee, ire inun t d to be.:irv I jtiial lie u.-iii'; :if -MI') riFeotu: :illy protect the ju;.; ,|i i st: "-"..ics aiongf our t/tu--n! MvKor.rd I, ; it be remembered, that it Is neither .

:.:.ult ot piwiec:,vc Ufr" the Goerni a iu.intitv| :., wi.ich iiit\ (bt <:!.tl. d to i r; iits \11l\1 claim n't;. I :If'..: tor .t.l.:'c !.urKre: ;1 i >ni.Li 1... thi." iu- the st>ecuiat nor the great plant

i-&. to its ciu"uijo are intCM' ied in amount to twelve millions o'acrp C ol land, .M.;:.vnr: T-Vi Nnnarv.Mr. ,I tcr.r: :.t it 1p"-''''J:c in lorra aiy juiIca t t': thru !is *'> be benefitted, but the poor

lh tiHtMuii, c'd in\'u'ves tforeoea
1"114' ; ito: {',iblii* tui'h n'S that has beenpk4is the claims pteferred to thorn t bv individiiais !{ \ ol ts! Delegate iVoai Le TCI t i\.n.; 1 I.: '* ho r""t., :erit :hne p'.r.'ol'C o' *'., "p.'i i it is t'.ie: country at large which will

rt ii trn. 'iel bv which can be substantiated are kept in H 1 I Scn-i.cTii S' t -.. I ',
us compacts | Florida. < C'tn >TCIV appc.ilor ; ; I fed tie: adv-nu of easing the cond

;tl1'.11',1 i:> t/t f c icuitoiy of the t'ni-in condition in hich they are wholly uselr s ito j H.oi. TH.jMfcs H. BE.NT<,'<, I the rorrec'itc---! cf \. htt I s'.ae. ".I.I''' irt.'ii c-'i i s rt:4rr,5, -nverting indigent
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ha t. l,ii-.i iui.i-d.; rinalu' that n>..diid!- the public, in consequence Qf the (%1.-1} jJR I -"Hie! nlijecr cf the iI\It 1tiol1 of I rron ti t!o noi-thtvn! ri'-d Utilern p rfs oF I <1::ytiers !".:) profuaLie producers and

u..> : i" i'': J.;M el .uus to lands uithin tile tence, amid of the non-adjustmuU of toie the Jrcl.'Q of tie! public: lap.is.! having bp"u i tuLnlon! where llit !:in.vl-v :.rc clo.J": .o.J j.j.i i r.Sfo coni-im-rf jHie\: produce of others ;

I :i1ir- ivj' -ifit to, II ai.v such p\i.t.. of I claims. They believe that many of them I! introriuc. and sui'j'.ji fed i-v you \\ iql! .i. with a rnvvt'' of c-'ik aii'l :h cI" ;( .\ aj I .'. h: rcus but for the mildness of tue

>.' it. .. tilL ...'uitit5:. do ii"t einitt themSriiisto I will not bear the sciuiiny of an intelligent; much zeal and! atdly, I am Mi lac.'-i n* br- I j bent.li ". :itii! '.:} occa.onal; [ t'Jct Cfr.nfO: .'. I Ir J I I -o' ih'T.'. cct'tntry, amid? the facilities of
duuht I'-.vo dtt-p and an4 properly 1 constituted tiihunal, whileSv : lieve Incal into mution i-i -it 1 o1. I .' i ii .I -
: :'i pressing that any : d f fiis, r;: 41 f roe':) <>r graverse! .., car. : rr"CIi.r' .cr the bare necessaries of life
inieii-st u'! thf pn:nitjT OfcUion; of tno-f > it i: uwt ".s be doubted, are supeiior ,I such a system cannot he tii;,l :. .t'np! to i fwe no cor.ceptio* of t'le'! couvr.utiss; 5-o .jt'iry' would be cunderrned to the gr-at.

claim HJ wl1n.; tioui llu-lV ptxisll.ir: .i Lit- to any just e\ eptiol1. und a numeroiicn \ ',u. I have witnessed you: exrvtiiMiuut!! dies of land co'erll with no other gruwta 1 { cst wretc.-vlr.ess. One misfortune; of the

racter. dela* o: jU-I:"v is lo Ilifia! ,n Ih itic.II1J a denial! of it. dtll!'nee of Government. ? :'. ,. lij'tt a !measure recommended bv s'.> ci.mj .I .
of
I .fly- 5'l'icllhcalll hot eron I ,lite j if. t'-ut f.i&t: leutslatiou is,
i o: in
Claans to lands by individuals derived he absence of such a tnbnnal, or of their I i consiiloratinns: of Justus and nstio-icil i policy :iI i- I of 1J benefutcd leg'
capable injj oy na-iu/e: sime:5rfa,.ccs. mo: t5ciesr.y; varied, to
oti't-rwisc i than irom the United States and determination by Congres- the rights ofall I would be adopted. Under: a conuc.i Ji .
I e cert. where the luCUTiiient: bw i ui I the ; : ditiere. .
ng 1 vut. peculiarities ot :;* of which nonetna* been given to this Go- :lie kept in suspense, the Government i isriepiived that the causeshich induce u>, in rlor.da, p
: t sand rests upor: a b-ise lIrC-:lY. Thtre ureihousanb : be stnubb in
snme
leiiuiii H ra pi ee1)tiiig them before some [ of its loenne, these States and r to desire a change in the manner of disposing may rcry part
lInt' ,,J tIlt s <:riHitiitunals of inquest or Tel ritories of heir culture, population[ I of public lands, v\eie more numeioiu I ot"acres, ;jJt"r.r..pi; IIi :li:3' il of it, liiay Lc very little suited to ano

of juu.iini'ii! \\ J'a tan at dillV-rent tunes and consequent pullt ical rights ; and imiiiduals i and powertul than in any other section of( throughout the mrst pon'do is
Lee coiistnutml by acts of Congress are to who have claims which are c n tiled -I the United States, I lintroduced.the subject, which Southern would St ites, brin OT this tiie: knJ of lanu', I I I: The alv.r.tijf! of 2 nnlform systemhi.on 0 f 1 CI.

be found in tut: Stale of Missouri, and Territu.'v to allowance are wearing out timtirlives : It the first SI 551(111 of the late Congress, not goern'neni5minimum : 1: ce'tiiniy! great, but jet, if witiiout:

\rJ..all.-ts.. in the States of Louis in unavailing efiorts to be admitted to i wllh, a hop-> that whatever might be tiie fate price, and there ;s it'j ; ro9j.ct j,I frf.-itii!;; *r>r) cr...' ,1 diversity, tint ieijislatioti;

iana. Illinois .Mi&.U >ippi. and Alabama.a the enjoyment of :!ieu just rights. Tne go- of your geneial bill, some local legislation of their increasing in value for art YCll i c.uilJ: be I1)I) iiic.l, or vaned to suit paitiruUrI

1 iu tit feir.toji: s of Florida and Mich- vernnenthas an existence wiiich i is undelued I might bo resorted to, for an object so important .- there are spots, even in these sterile regions -I I -i =, it would be sreath t,> be des4red.

i: 't. and which we may be permitted to I to us I am induced to make tins which are of a better quality, but I I am not prepared to say wnether the gmdaa

:. '.II'h foreign Nation, under hOle will be indefinitely prolonged. \s communication: at the present moment, they are like the oasis of an African de- 'I Lion 01 the price of public lands tvnuid be an

".tw" t iu. T<' ruc i\ inclnding tht-e lands compared with the .' daimauts it IN iaimui- from having learned that all the petitions, sert. 1 do not speak of tie; laiuls on the improvement in the general s>?tem. The
Mtuntinii of the Western States and Territories
l..a I < > u artju'ned or which mjv he snpi tal ; their existence i is but a span. Manj resolutions and representations from tne margin of the large streams, but of the where taereare public lands, mar perhdpd rea.,

i ?. ..1 i.. atlV'-tthein.iin'. thuM.ct l7So and of them have passed the best v ears of their State* and Territories interested, had bei n extensive tracts that lie between them. '; S. :r it nece=-an'tn pursue a different course;

]7i.1 u' 'in-at Hritalll1' 1795: with ives, some of them under rne ritrs; of poverty ordered 10 be printed in the Senate. 1 wish where nothing ran be produced for X'/-rt J\: p< -.llti! the : ':idmIai.mz; may ;ive rio to specu-

l pn: n : .,f 1 sort with France ; and, finally, wiiich wouUl! he rernove.1 (itS mitiji'.t- 1 I it distinctly understood, that if there is not but lumber, turpentine, and tar. anU J''li'-1': ivii-h! u.-fiil! of benefiting the poor

xbar of JSlH with >pu.i. ed. and in some i-.istances wo.ild be changed i to be found among those documents any which at the present time, otter bui A : t-: r II:_:it injure him, and ultimately retard

in these instruments into affluence if ti.ev could obtain from I memorial from Florida, it is nut because compensation for the libor e7ipJjed t:I!-' po.-i'Ji; un.. But I know that tins could
especially in the poor r-
:
i i i'lae iu FII ida and that only ef.
the allowance of their t.f.f t.ike : its
last lifsides government an the local government or people tuere ftelless them. Now I will ask wKal i is the! !
t.e; ft' 'J1,1 Lo
claims. Such state is :! \ t< poor to
rightful a things interest the Whoever will
II on subject. value of such lands in a state of nature t
ot inhabitants
ire of the ceded j,. tire 1 ta.l ul.i-ii: h" could not otherwise obtain
i. .I\'rrll\'ry. tlieitis i an express stipulation revtntiug; to the principles on wiiich: a just devote to it a moderate share of attention, Literally nothing. They are, it is true-, : an I \\ hst'i' .i; the same time, would be a nation-
' should l. and which this
for ratitviii;; and 'onfinnm'r existing grants ioverniaoiit er on must readily see that there is, in eveiy sec owned, hut what would they br.i..; In \ a; !,, c.m'1-nthoeLans! to be improved

10 oJ"- .tfnt' fjLtcnt in whicfithey would! have Government is.administered. tion of the Union, where there is a public market ? Their only value must depend \> :. ::1\ \\ ';i.J o !It*n\Ie remain useless. The
Jt is a minor, but nevertheless an interesting domain considerable of : ..r I been descnhtn deserve
beer valid if the Tt'rritol'"S! {Lad remahndutid a portion tel ruory this. There is nothing so difie&rt1ening I!,I" I-' [ r-i'e mite ,
., 'dominion consideration that while this vast which never can he sold at a dollar and a upon i-1 1P l":' "t.rino. u of Congress, and to many
the forn'er the farmer the
01 cultivation
sovereign domain is thus useless! to the public. as At the first sales the to as of'an fi. .,fi-ol ft..i'\-tahlp ill: )rtnatioll, \vith whomI
and quarter
peacre.
fur :
;. wnich flowing to claimants, under well a. to the individual and rightful claimants best lands are brought into market, and ungrateful soil, which will >icIJ no I i.ic'ae.: .-.1; they were t-carrely! known to
gra < conditional, time for ful of of < it i is I return andnotwithstanding al! the efforts ., <-M-t. VtlvitJttir; ideas of the Southern pop-
portions t, constantly sustaining those inferior quality are purchased as
filling tne ronditions on which they were to improve it by manure, continues as.: ulr.ti' n fi"iii the wealthy! p!iruers on tile coast
deterioration from the ofintrusive value
to IJC( o In'' rlecr. trespasses real estate becomes enhanced in i Yet such U the love of[ aa-5 .>n th*.* margins. the rivers, they hardly
as ever.
The oak timber meagre
In ttif occupants. live from the advanced state ot population and j seem to know that there is a valuable population -
-iformance of th ese, and similar so valuable lor naval purposes, i is not now to improvement. But after these causes have ownership, the idea having a few acres I|' of\,hies: in tLe :uuthera States, who earn

Ftiptu Jtio-.s, or in the discharge of the gc- be found in any considerable .quantity. produced alltheir effects there will still remain -: which we can call our own, that even |i their bread by the sweat of their brow, although,

Jlf'ral* o.u.juiion of prntf'ctiolwhich even' elsewhere than in the Territory ol'Florida ; thonsaids of acres, which never can I such lands would he improved, if the fee i j i unhappily they are too apt to wither and decay

go; t.'rn'urutco to tlp rights of its own it abounds in a great part of those lands i be available the government, under the simple were within he reach of the poor in the pfoximit} to the more wealthy plmycr.i .

otizens or ofothcrha. \ingjust claims upon : where the claim of the government is met i present system of disposing of the public man, not for a dollar an acre, the nominal'!i; Florida may truly be called the poor uian'gcountry.

I:. Con: <;ii>ss has. t on, time to time, pro- ; by those of individuals, and is rapidly disappearing domain. Altiough these lands might be value of such lands, in the populous parts i iof i, The wealthy southern planter may
1 tiled for hotter Arkansas .
tlieaudit and decision of the claims nod lands on terms in Alabama,
.,f individuals to by the agf'ncy' trespassers, desirable to" certain extent, for agiicultu- the Southern States, but a few cents, I I or Louisiana, for tIle cultivation of cotton
of
proportions its domain
iit L.rqimed! The tribunals wh'j find impunity in the unwillingness of ral purposes aid for grazing, yet no one their real value. On any thousand or I or su ar, and certainly in larcer bodies ; for the

t., t purpuseha\e constitutedr the local judicial tribunals, thus collaterally would feel warranted in paying for them the two thousand acres, a small spot of better !i propottion of good[ land in FriJa, itmust be
been of
various cha-
:after; h. m r to decide between these conflicting price fixed by the act of Congress. The land might be found. where he couid j II admitted, is exceedingly small. The proper
!
sometimes authorized
;
ro examine merely- claims. (result of this stite of things '--, that most of make I it patch of Indian corn, his potatoes ':[,, tion of poor landja greater thaa in any ot the
and report ; iu others, invested If the view which the Committee have taken the land of that description becomes an unavailable his vegetables, pl.mths; peach trees Southern States ; but it has greater advanta eBj
ivith the power of ilnal decision. IH i in of climate. The bein nomuch
of this be I waiters
the point
general subject correct, continuance -
fund to the government, & in Consequence feed his cows, anil erect his humble tene1ment
full power to decide finally, has been of that state of things which has been [ milder, cattle, the great resource of the p0or-
Limited to cases where the amunt claimedwas of its remaining public, operatesas I of logs, without fear being turned man, are more ea.iU' i.rbsted in winter. He
thus briefly sketched, ought not, it is believed an injury to the of the coun-
population when
comparatively mall while in off his little improvements becameof feeli the severity oi'tbe cold leas himself, ani
of greater magnitude, the; authority those to be permitted. It remains only to try. Were its price graduated, and the land, II sufficient value to tempt cupidity.This I in addition to the sweet potato, which succeed*

has been tocivly given consider the remedy. from time to time,sold at its intrinsic value, kind of population is extremely numerous -!I ad well in the sandy noils Florida, as in GaorI
examine and report, hi a reneral view of the__ Kiihiect two a considerable portion of it would be enter- I gia i he has the su ar cane, which coutrtbute*
ubyct to a final decision in each u -- -- n ----" -- in the Southern_ ___ States. 'fhev !I. ; -- -
case, by modes are suggested.1st. ed, and settled, by a valuable description H. greatly to nu domestic comtorU. lh.9 13, besides -
Congress. or in contemplation of revision A sale by the United States, subjectto of inhabitants, who would employ it for the have no sla es to aid them in their labor ; the climate of the vines the olive( the fi'

1ome special tribunal to be constituted the incumbrance of individual claims, if not they have no means of purchasing; and and the orange, and the best l adapted to the

l;v tlw' ational Legislature, with' a full leaving the claimants to litigate their title purposes foi both.agriculture Under or grazing circumstances, the system of tenantry, used in the Northern .. silk worm It U true, that new nioded of culture -
existing ,
\ic* of the matters to he subjected to its with the purchasers from tbe States, is caiccly known. This n like new branches of manufacture arc introduced
government.2d. no prudent would become a
man squatter
delt'rminatiol''h the class of : iowly, they require a cuan-e in the
of confirmation have but industrious .
The poor, people,
establishment
of a competent it for fear his might induce -
upon improvements habits of the and .
in people, an apprenticeship.But
some imtancr. 'n passed, and the tribunal for the trial and decision of individual I who labor the earth with their own hands
claimants some one to enter it over his head, and one thing is very certain, that no cue wil.Zplant
have been admitted to the enjoyment I claims. and whose wives manufacture their own
speculate upon his necessities. Individuals, a tree if he has uo certainty that he or hi*
of their rigbt ; hut a \ast mass of It is believed to be unnecessary to examine of a different character, will, in many instances cotton clothing, and who go to seek bet- children will eat of it. fruit or sit in iu shade.

cases which have undergone examination the question of the competency of Congress become squatters upon these lands, ter fortunes in Florida and Alabama, and Let the poor fanner call tins spot hi own, and

Lefoie the commiix ,.tis remain unactet to accomplish this object. & the government will thus tar be the victim become squatters on the public lands A he will emliellnh and improve it. He wiUvirT

upru by Congieu. To this class of claim The first mode seems liable, rmiong oth- of numerous impositions. From this view of cart, a horse, and a few cows, are frequently with delight! the growth of every uaeralororuameutui -
OutF, therefoie, the avenue to the lun'ieii the the plant, and although it may afford n*
ers, to
with
following only
: the they bring
objections the
case, although present arrangementmay property
'r-cmion of tht'lc1aio' immediate reward to Li* 'labour, he wilt be
'tie I?T. Mates; has is clon-d while The sale of*pretended title, which wouldbe favour this squatting, erratic race of them ; they ait down on the public lands, pleased with the future 'expectation. Florida

tensions as to so far respected their pre criminal in an individualcannot be consistent settlers, yet it is injurious to the govern and make small improvements, to furnish bas au advantage over the greater pan ofibe

the market the abstain from bringing into with the dignity of a government. ment, and unfriendly to a dense populationof them the means of temporary subsistence southern pine barrens, In bpiii: finely watered

(bljmh : thus lands covered by these : In many instances, it is not to be doubted such a description as gives any country But how different would be the feelings of auf uaiformiy iieaitliy. It i il5 also more ..rpoaeto .%

withholding equally from the that the claims of individuals to these lands i wealth, strength, and efficiency these people if they became owners ? Apiece use the common phrase the country ; a
'flIumitmnhty hna the IncJh i.lnal. the enjoy are just, and in thousand Boots may be t fuuuc scattered over a
such instance it is
J1f"UC ofihejr every The reasons which recommend the of land, which would be passed by
respective ; nurface, cootaiuiu,; fi cwa oiw acr? to fiftyo( K J,
righJB. while in I equally certain that a sale by the United graduation of the prices of the public with the had f I g
-,1 toy iniiace, ti! e is thus afl rded f contempt by man who one second, and even fii' t rate land!, which offer Din -
to in- States would convey the purchaser noth lands in Florida I think partio"wll J or two 4 I
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1 dislikes oftli? Navy bas the tlonor to I warrant: from the President of the IT-
> obtained. In I '11tcTltb mind crctnry
Itarbe pprcfewtTrrom the gottTfimttt; ut it (he grant Wru osten!iby I! tilings patriot r
Would mrit the poor mao, who i* aaruffed with Flric1athe soilin general, is too poor to dwell on.! Ift then; 1 am correct in prcsc'iil p.iper C, containing ;i body nited States

.ttn or twenty acres for his plough, when he h431e fur crops but good enough to produce i' these surmises, ouijht wo not to be of regulations relating to offences, 8. Masters and Commandants not
furrounaing grassy wate, of pine barren fruit trees and the clima-e is such as A to be promoted until they have serr-
the trials ant punishments. -
lui 'i.. *vfc and lus ItU. A fitte spring, ora ask | prepared fQr tHY contestby adop- comparison
do not a
I; c-lear rivulet, would entICe him tf wttte in the could he wished. But we for 1 t'on of neaus of defence within of them with the law now in ed at sea, as such, for two years.
Ht, raid( of that waste,where he con Id manure or grant,w nich might open a door speculation I every "for the bettor of 9. Lieutenants, before promotion
individual be the limits T Amongst force, government
m of
ct w-pen a few candy acres, tu rait? hit patch of i in which a few y our power
:: corn potatoes, rice, cotton, or cane. T3if | benefited.under the pretext doing goodto these, the encouragement of a hardy the Navy," will exhibit the changes to perform active duty at sect for three

::4 Jifferenc between the fine I lan 1s, and whatarr others and to the country-we only ask and numerouipopuhtion, by disposing I i: proposed in that law. For the views. years, and submit to an examination JJ
.;, called tbe oak and bkkory lands, i In 110 di- that the ltnd of Florida be placed' i iI of their and fiIncus to.
pine this qualifications
in he of the Department on subject,
i' tin iY marked, that;he quality and value' i If a<- I be- of the uHic lands manner I i .
t1:;i Ctrtaiiml at onre. by thin dnmgnation altbimghthrr within the reach "f the poor man, by How proposcl r iij iu.ue-stiouably I operate I.I reference is made to the paper C, & perform the duties of master. commandants
& i* m difference in the qiiaKty of tl'e Din-. "nigduposed orat the properIiie. i' dated 1st under regulations to b6
tothe .
W25.i
; The Peninsula of Florida report January, ,
kind in through beneficially.
rum lrpdes$ bRrrenne1 to the hftttrr TIUDV spots )hive-1 seen passing I
r..ti i *rh,\h may be rmprtved by "'lnurt'. I will ihe rerritory, in various directions, from lyins a, it does, is an eminent j.i The Secretary of the Navy would prescribed by direction of the Secre

;.,: tenlure tu '%ay that land* of this Duality wil.tarrly Pensacola to Tallahassee, and from that point of d' fence ; but if left unpopulated think it his duty, under these resolutions lary of the Navy.
.
L:" if p.ver, well at the j o crntn it priw- It place to St. Augustine on the margin of for establishing 10. No to be appointed an
I tvili. be a long tlln before the inferior kind of it might, by, an enemy, he converted I, to present a plan person
CI!': 'Oak! and hidwr\ '11\1! will lrll11 the p'TcriKncntprice a lake or the border )fa stream comfortable, where a into ;1 position: of active offensive a Naval School, if a bill for that assistant surgeon, who has not been
: eupfsnaiS' %tl,.*n in; fmV.I odit'' T! 'i had been under consideration examined surgeon -
embarrass- not by a navy
in
object
would to embellish operations, not only
rrt quantity oi(, &+A himl' in Ftorul*. whirh i i4 home, which l laC delight
: arable, is at tuu: time J't'rI1' tkrn up h} ; by planting trees if he could call it in j our commerce, bnt in facilitating and passed the Senate at the constituted by thu Secretary of

-.(.:. S )a liJh| .Iu'.Jrc.f'm'tlf".tl. nii'jh5
.,,.. wf ripe thoe the money tojnnrha.e the? w-re 1 cll}cl unablf; for one to hups but & few acre- as to form mi te-tpi- In point of national) economy informed, i is again under consideration. 11. No person to be ,promoted

i1;' IIr two hundi-cd dollar, in rah, isz turn' not atlOn to the speculator! !, Whatevtrr and of no ralutlotheanilletplaner luct- too, it will easily be seen, that in It is respectfully suggestedthat the office of surgeon, who shall not '
::.. within thc reach of every jfrwr !"itIer. 1'hej, for Naval establishment have formed service for
a
time, of if it should be no plan pei twoycirs,
howeyrr, secured' the %'alne of tkrir I l.i!>or n> nice tlnvc might be in c-nngingthc gl"'- war, necessaryt
:.I tiling!! cthemwho had the mrans >f)jwrrhacir ; eral policy *s :o other portion* ot the t ) c-dl the militia to the defence of ibis I I I.. and no regulations V can bo Afoct per- at least, on board; a public vessel of

t' ... ;, .indwho had not rxhniu lrd ilicir fund* in public domain, I feel convnced thif .1 frontier it would be far preferable to tinluss a Naval School forms apart the United States, and been examined : :

: i.., rnnkinfj thun given a up settlement.their lau<:.'Their, iave been fettl CUIDJK rtI Ii7i\inr'led could take any mcmbei: oi C-ngress ov-r pinploy them on tl.c; po''., rather than of them. by a board of navy surgeons, constituted -

Ga become squatters an.; the country winch; I ha\e travers-d, encounter the expense and l delay necessarily Some legal provisions would be by the Secretary of the Na-
and thus enable! him t f r:1 :t corr ct "
r In thr nutia emeni of the public hncis, lu* wou'd be attendant on marching a force useful, in relation to the disburse vy, for that purpose. .
'e-itur-s
idea ot Itt ,
rais peculiar
4 ;,; the mon two y for principal the; public objects tretniry.are, first a"d to secondly satisfied thathe generiii j puL, if it :be from a more distant qmncr.; ments made for the Navy, but tha1 I 12 The President to designate

toincreace the popu'ation' .frll r'- wile n to other p.itt! oft Union ougut I fear I have trespass -d on yourp i subject does not seem to be embraced and appoint, when necessary, sur- .

I'1 sources of hc nation. The tracts of pine to he modified as t. Tlorula. In the uionce ; but I trust that the hIgh i within the scope of these resolutions.A gttous of the fleets or squadrons, and ,

: land, and the occasional 1 spots scattered value of oA aid hickor) lands in thoOll.lltV objects of national defence, and of improving new body ofrules and regulations pun eyors of medicine, and prescribetheir

; through theta, ot lard c-apaiile of tillage, ; of winch there HUt are almos,t: 'S ;dii-m- iio! condition of a great Iris: been recently prepared under the competition and duties.
some
perceptihlr gJdation
afford
t;, a.t the present prices, will not a revenue ot involved po.r-I law of 7th February 1815 but has Midshipmen of the of 20 T&
to the government for txes, fort ficult to di criinmnte outt'ie cjiialil} of tion our community, nge
ti:t i there is no prospect af their selling,unles-! : the pine !lands is "pecolrar!: .'J dt tl'lct. th'iN rominimic'itioii, will plead my { > not been approved and promulgated, years, who have been t five years in

their value be enhanced by imlrovelnt'nts."I I and diffeTenlf that tii"re is aruici: rasas .--, cuse for its prolixity. I ask leave to under tho hope that important change the service, and have served three 4 $t

1 appeal to the northern ni.nibcJiwbeth !ii divtinguiihiDg tlie: lind lr) n t tie ,- conclude! it, by making an extract on in the naval establishment would ye-irs at sea, two and half of which in ?&

.::i er the pine lands in the districts they ter Thry are -ar.e'"d.I, '.<>tJ., .i\ lW Ht'd tins[ ; suhjeri! fioin an mtHl'ment and be made during the present session, in armed vessel of the United State,
than f.)r or for t agncuUutc etc-ptiiig
pLt1tg
more I II
hate thing
p represent; any the le- which would render alterations in II to be entitled to examination! at
dv iIHl'n> an
; nominal ralu, and whether that: value isHot on the smallest sc.\e, ny tile u-e { Ik liLr!:! ililg! niijssngo to I ;.
less than the minimum price ? I need i pasture vhich! thy allont, an-l 1 by t-st- '_ri-;si l uivo! council) of Florida, now in I them expedient. I such time as' the President stall designate '

;"t.\, not say that, in new countries, just settling aid of rn%nui'c. Surelv: it wuul i ..Ijudto s'-Wson, by tins Acting GovernirVni If it should be the wiil of Congressto and the convenience, > the

t the prize of lauds, of wh:\tere- t the oit: )r li'a co.ia\rJ; it n :b'jj| { Mpraisewcrttiy -- I \ ,>!. '.!(}C-ir v.uNo sanction the proposed plans and regulation service will permit, by a board of officers .-
: quality, bears n comparison to those u: in Mir Jrhest;: degpf e Lu be' i rules should he of rank less than
;
I ; !t.reIIe4'i! plan of graduating the *, proper prescribed a not captain,
.'t older etllenients! and populous neighborll able: by -:sc k < '-.i i.II., io .nake tl1l1.:
( fl I II of ; i hud: \ by the President : and a Jaw nor in number less than three, to be
,[ hoods. Dy jrs.dts.tin; the pubt'.c laml'i I worth soinetr-r.j;. t:> fie I i caIry. p.-I ;: j p'j'c accoidiibj to ,

: in Flori.Ia, the govtrr.inent wilt lose notu which "i'llLl uth rWi t" prcuur I r.o .'Hh'.j theii: I icriiive! "oih'.I', has vet been a- passed, regulating the disbursement I of appointed for that purpose.

.\', ing: for if they uvre ofici eti for N tr.over I to c.c lIte- a clieerful *nvl pfc-Asint? t..'. 1. I i dop-.e.l! by Congress. A special law the public moneys by the official a- 14. Midshipmen I who have passed

:!: and over again for tu-mty ) t .TI, the tcd upo':, vi.ichcud otlnTwisc ? :" :"t.1 1." t.)." this Purpose might probably be genis, it is most confidently believed, the examination, and been found qual-

h woul,15hlllu biJJt-rs at wiieuolJir iniht; twenty desert.that he who It was can justly ciiisa observed:' car of by wnt 5iiI.it,to obnir.f; '1 lot Florida, -on account oi'bet 1 that efficiency and economy would be ified for promotion, to receive warrants .
fire cents. Cut homci'ifntf ijt I
'f i i:: obtained for the treasury, if tuey rvere estimated :;row ,':her? none ['C" bifonis gr -..iter rj.j)osed ,hu; tion, and the consequent i greatly promoted. as such, and may be 'tppointed "

;, at their real value, tnd phi ..-.dk' benefactor: linn Ute a*
vithin the reach of poor 8eHI ra. I do tj! 'Jver> a ne.* star.Thu *. upon! that; wile IH'h i of poor country SAM'L. L. SO UTHAR D. of tun second] and third class. ; ::r

i f; not a A that these Unds should bs- given to ( returns: oi talC Commissionerslor whicn fringe's both the shores of the The PRESIDENT nftlle Senate 15. Vessels of the 1st, 2d, and 3d -:1l

,Ii ettUrc.I1 crier to pvomotfr'eltJcineiit" Jt I I I t' settling: 1-i 11(1 chums, will! SiI!h.li'I I I Atlantic; and ot the Gulf, and which .of the United States. rat", to be commanded by officers of

I! po"t41to :, .7amcthis.'ctldbcc.lnblli;reiuti-n.: ; I I' \'jj:.: proportion! is co\ered bv v did I never v..ill be inhabited at the present ( M) of a grade not less than captains. Vessels -
the of 'emmCJ't. ut
policy iic J '
d"'I..1 I IT;:::l.'-. Tiin! JIbs of i Sic .;nd Office UI of of the 4th masters and $ ;
i to tle pt'blic lands; }tt U-iswvre i rl 1 in ii ill price public) It; &JI. JJiitifbroiiL''H NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT rate by 1'":

.it' th
;; ftliy t lit increase in the amount of
t on forM'i1\ merchai.dise oy ifjcreasit-.tj ot( tho lands of ilio Temtoty the and 1 would md be lieutenants coin- \'
jMvoinm.-vit, they soon 2 H-.'ar Admirals ( omm styled \
,
the me..u* &{ the people to procure tncni lain-! .. j\eailythc: whole! of!
I :re pine be SLtiii ,id converted the I mantling. ,
f If property in the public laiids ci.n a by purrh'T'is 6 Commodores, : ;
any
that cxieiibivc: tract, west of t'u* into and 16. The President to fix the components :
fl be consjocrcd with an ee tothe re\enlJt> j sl.ticp-walks ranges i 35 Captains, -
to be derived from t-icin.- the policy of Choctawhatrhy! liver, is vf I ihs description Ibrsionl.sofi-very: ,!e.cription. Should 35 Masters and Commandants parts: and amount for the ration .,

;p' graduating the ug'littu pn-vai i Hut with the e.irepuuti: oi" the : of I .' t to exceed in :
price :you eei: t ItIS a subject worthy 300 Lieutenants, ; ) price, twenty- 1-:;
4!! fir.stiugnt not to be the s oh' co.\ dera- small strip along the Cliipui!; I 1'l.,< attention five '
should 1
our you present to tt i ) Surgeons cents. :
:
i hoc). '( he iRCreuw of population, the The vast : west oftiic: Ap.11.Hhi.l '
:
space i. 17. T' Navy Yards authorized by
and ,
improvement in the cond'rion of the citiN2en -')!iTress\ an enlarged ; comprehensive 70 Surgeon's Mates, Je
t cola river ii of the s.tmo (' 1t..lrwr, : law Portsmouth N. H.CharItrs- <
; MOVofitsadyant, I/T to be ,
,
i $, the stren lheHiu : weak end \ .t:- : 's. 50 Pursers, .
; well the f and to the eastward! of that river tiiis I I hivrho honor he with town Mass. New York, Philadelphia ...
\ .i nerable point, as as creation >t tnew to much 12 Chaplains, .

staplt-s.and new marts for commerce, general di rnptioti vill nearly apply{ ; rrspurt, 5? ir, your obedient sorvant. :00 Sailing. Masters, I Washington, Oo port, Va., *{i

.:;.t tre objects uf If.fia".dy greater Iu.:ur1'.1 It is trt: *, thai the Ic-riiJe! districts urTaH.th"ssee jos. M. ,mim: 500 :Iaswrslatesiidsbiprecn., : Pensricola ; and the President to do- ".}i
tance And, in r.-4!oa .o I"Ior. !., iht! Al-ichm .td tim ;hrl
; :n.
such Stations the circumstances "
Jiinuaiv .
Wasbinjrton, : 12, 1 s.n*. 35 Boatswains signntfi Navy as -
policy will not be nrur. It w ill be following j ,
: 1J11)c"S on the Atlantic ooast: r, (liJl'hl ecoplions \-
;., up what has ben pursued ny <".'crvformer 35 (; :tnners, may require. )i
bllt the lands of Ti'ffl.!. .J.17l Hjtft, 1 F2B.
; pine tI'j i Uirp 18. Tho law of 27th Murh 1804 v
govenimcni, especially that! jf i j Tit 1 ( Vice I'.rsid-nt communicated the S5: C.irpentrrs, f
i, Great Britain, as apper.ru by tb. pmation tch- character I have: referred! to. constitute J if.II.H'/ nj; lepuif from t-e Sprretnrof the 35 Stil Makers, to be repealed, and the IS .I\'Y Yardat ,

; : of her gc\'ernora ; and the ian by fu tic:: r,'! <:(1 jtett portion c! tlie Xavy. 7 N'ivy re-Keepers- "Washington; placed under the same ,,)

1 policy! waa pursued ;S'V Spn C'. In th.- Territory and, iritiiiabitL'tl; at allthey NAVY nXPVHTMEST "
? 2d. The relative rank of Officers regulations: lithe other Yards. :
ti pre-empiion !law which haa !.:ul a most must he I inialited! \ by iarineri.liut 1211. J m'I:1I'1:: :1R. 5Sir '
puor The President
of the with those of the 19. to employsucitand ,;
h.ppy effect on! the prosperity of the ler-, InaiHVfrto Navy Armyto
nution of
[: ti'iiess thi'se lan L be I : a re twSt'l1atca I
4: ritor), and v/itiiout which it w-juld !tw.\'e I 1)lacedvi'lin uf the 28th rf" rllt.r\l, 182r, lil'! ctiug' be :- so many of the vessels :IS he may /,-
beet the scene "fa. lrh..roi.1s speculation! \ : tb i rcacb; of this descrijition:: ) of believe thepublic interest re'q'iire. t'
t the ccr tary of t'i XAVV, "to reworl Vice-Admiral. with Mnjor Gene- 1I
) on the labor and the uece vties: cf the |ppopll; *, by tim r -'!"rtiou of price, tlioywl :t Plan :.ir a N,val Pftce F.stKbli.sMtnentfiir ral. I proviil"d that more officers, seamen, ; J.I

j liiimbK and l industrious settler, intcul l"l! ;! Ire only s\.,c-c: 0.. By merelyLC f ) !.he United StA'," pao r \, contain Rear Admiral with Brigadier: Ge I. &c., be not employed nor a greater :;

- exhibiting' its happy p-ospucts ai d \\ nr.rir'j on IMC public iir'.' <, they i in-;' t'',e ;iU'i!I f.Mc! :l for, is respectfully p"evjjifcd. sum expended, than is authorized by ;
rib tttg condition; in this ;pre-emption: l I.v, 1 It i, not with neral.
accompanied
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will: i'jiiM.ia:; a popubiMou uf litile 'I co-n- law.
the jjolicy vhich 1 advocate, of cnCUUr'L'- rnnt, bur refer" lIre is mad" to the vii-ws Commodore in sc.tual command,
Jng-a popuLitioii in those er.pis'jddei (J'I' viil'econirauing unsettled and orr'ttc f iprr,s-d in f'>rmfr repnrlsfro-n this Depart with Brig-idier General. 20. A teacher shall be appointedto :',

oi the Union, hu bern completely'ucknowletlged. : ', Iribits, ihwul: of bein pz rnanel1i- unt on he suhji-ct ; irticulary! to Captains of 5 with Colonels. eacn vessel of the 1st, 2J, :.I, and 5
years
Th years,
tie! production of those staples adapted owners of the I selected spols nary 1825It give instructions undi'r the direction <
lonels. ,
to the ?\II l and clsmxte: of Florida, ;" v/hn-f1 couid and will be perceived that the presentvaries
tlwv Ittni ta-t-s, erect : ,
Io : I j Master Commandants with Major of the commander of the vessel, to .. t
oi<' which has never been >t "-Ig.l orb in ioiri* points 'rom the plans here .
their} dwollii s uitbout! fetrjn: "
> 'tie former goven mvntl ; and m tui 'II 'ore proposed, an J which did not mer *. midshipmen nnJ others. '
at.: of leg bltive rtstn-tioni on cotn tint: they 'ere 1-iboi i iil ig for otbrrs. In t'le approbation 1)fLoIIrcs. Taechanges, Lroutemnt*, with Captains. 9j. The President of the United '!'

fierce, iu order to footer Ills internul' the course of tinif, florida will be the .t in hoped u-l! ?b.: found satisfactory Passed Midshipmen with Lieutenants. '. States to cause to be prepared regulations -

trwJtoftacli country bv producing and great rnacaine; of liie.\ Union for naval The intention has b-ren to em'jraoe, only for the duties and
conduct -
,
: powers
procviri 'g from different p"rts of t, those her become thu objects 'I1I"lposed to be indisperma-
stores pines in a
; ty
.j of the several t officers of the
articles human production which can of wuaitii! and be! and to make the whole plain and si rt- Provided that no right to command ,
f at present only be obtained from *br4d. source pe haps, at pIe in its provisions ; some of which are each other. shall arise from the rela- Navy, which, when approved by him,

H the policy becomes more-iinpcraiive. Fl! .- i some futuio day, }her timber may find siiirfj: tel l by experience, stnd other are tive rank so arranged between the of- shall be laid before Congress at .their

; ; rida, in a few years, might be made to pro. ; a m irket. An active Irade, along the now in operation under the order of the ficers of the and next session. (B.) } If
Army Navy.3d. .
: duce many of the fruil6 of the McdiU :IM.neftn I immense extent of coast which it pre- Department( ; it would be better to give Plan .
'f he President to fix; of Law for pay of the Navy.
or the Wet tndif; besides supplying : sentM, will lessen the d sngers of piracy them legislative sanction.In bv rcu-
4. such cochineal he. lation the number and 1st. Tim following to be the PlY
of
articles as imiigo the
which will always prevail whileo connexion \\ itlt this pi m, and aq an pay
which are necessary to our ffiar.at ctures. : essential part of it. paper B is presented. }petty officers, seamen, ordinary sea of the several Officers attached to the

Nearly one hall ot'tfie Peninsula: of Fion great a proportion! of ir 13 unfrequeKted. An examination of our statutes will exhibit men, and others, attached to the Several Navv : .
- da tothe ot the linu- The coasting trade and the
adapted growth great confusion and important; omissionson vessels in commission and per ration ;
1 the pine apple, the cocoa, the date, and t fishencs, are the best nurseries ofssa- the subject ofpav. Several principles to trJnth per diyiceAdmriI
even the coflee plant ; there i. sc rcey! I I men. The fisheries of Floridd liaveentirely h we governed framing this part of the Navy Yards and Stations, according % tUO 20 tc

rY Y any part oftbe territory' that is not captbie I escaped the attention of the plan. as the necessity of the public service Rear Admiral iTO 140 12 lCoiiiitiojore

p'oducing1 the *oranpe, Lemon, citron, nation few of their 1st. To regard the decisions of may require. Captain 100 8
are aware extent
olive Jibe almond and tire! fig. The cultivation ; Congress in the other branch of the 4th. The ships of the navy to be littoof10year! ItO 9 .<
and and of
_' of a tree or a frwrtrees, which in importance, the extent to.. classed follows nitto 15 ltJ 10h3ter
bearing would suffice to maintain a family, which they are susceptible of being public service, as the safest and best as : mJn3nd.1 r.o 5 \"

-ii is very tatferent tiling fr 'm the cultivation carried. I have sometimes thought it : t guide ; under the impression that 1st Kate, S deckers, mounting 100 Iiftnoflyeara( 7U 6

,- of a field in annual crops. There is would be an advantage to our trade, \what Congress had sanctioned for the I guns and upwards. lietiteniiti Ditto 15 40:o 7 3 .

scarcely any sail so poor that it cannot, lhat by some revolution of nature the army would meet approbation when 2.1 Rate, 1st Class, 2 deckers, Ditto J It 0 years 45 4
without much labor, be permanently improved applied to the The situationand I mounting 74 and under 100 guns. 2d Ditto 15 r4-) 5
Peninsula Florida navy.
so as to produce a fruit tree of were sweet a- Surgeons fA; 2 ,
Class 2 deckers
services of the latter being such mounting 74 and under -
but when I reflected oil the : DittO
the must luxuriant growth. I have seen way ; IOyears 8( : .
this on the hland oT Santa Ron. opposite value of its fisheries, in addition to its as to justify equality with the former. I 90 guns. I Ditto 15 5 ..

- Pen&acola, which in noising! but a bank of tropical climate, that wish was Immediately The pay; here proposed vill be foundin i 3d. Rate, 1st. Class, Frigates, Ditto As-cistanturgeons 10 40 45 3 2 '/.

i and, a pure kilex wihcd! up from the recalled. Intending to bring no instance to exceed, and in almost i mounting 54 and under 64 guns. 2d Ditto 15 yai': 50 4 .;

-1 tea. The del'ghtfnt grove around the tho subject of the fisheries before all to fall short, of that given to i Class, Frigates, mounting 40 and under Pursei-s 40 2CIi.p1ain ": ,:
St Ildefonso in formed .
palace of Spain, are 54 50 3 :
the relative of officers. guns. t
_ uf trees planted aroui.d in hole cutout Congress, I shall not enlarge upon it grade arny Midlhipmen 25 1 :i. ;
c: of the solid rock anu filled with earth at present ; but I wiH observe, that :d. To increase the pay after ten 4th Rate, 1st Class, Sloopsmounting Passed do. 30 r ;:

_' brouht from a distance. Mr Jefferson, the advantage of a population: in the years faithful services in the same 24 guns and upwards. 2d Class, thtiling Mauler, 3 crade 40 2

: 5n his interesting letter on the subject ot Territory, in connexion with this sub- rank. In the army there i is an increase Sloops, mounting IS guns and under Ditto 2 1 4.;)O S 4 Ag'Ditto '

the olive, which he think* afford sustenance ject, must be self-evident. of rank by brevet, which uniformly 24. Boatswain, 3 gradt\ 20 2 1i
I_._ -' to a greater number of persons than Ditto I
. I have long been confirmed in the induces a proportionate increase 5th Rate, Brigs and Schooners. 30 3
-- an be afforded, by any given space ot Ditto i 40( 4
- ground occupied by any other production opinion, that in the event of a futurewar of pay. 5. Sailing masters, boatswainsgun- aLIflne: ,, .I grade 2c)
__ few olive stilL sd. To add to the while ners and sail makers Ditto 2 (o
ltclre> that a trees are with any maritime power, the pay at carpenters, tobe i JDiue

- ,zp cicntto support a village. But those Gulf of Mexico will become the thea- sea, both as an inducement to active ranked in three grades or classes \ 1 40 4
thing must have a beginning; ,-that beginning service and to the the first for Carpenters :J grade 2t1 2
meet service in vessels
,
tre of the contest ; for the country expenses of Vhe Ditto 2 30 :i
:L th. will be long retarded from, unless the bordered by its coasts, is, from the which a separation from their fami- 1st and 2d rate ; the second fo vessels Ditto 1 40 4Saitinsker
re :s some rncourKgement
t government. The conviction of the ne nature outs population, decidedly the lies always creates with officers of of the 3d rate : and the third in Ditto 2 3grad 20 t 1 3 2

Ce4ity atTording this encouragement weakest portion of the Union, while the navy ; an evil to Which those of vessels of the 4th and 5th rate. Ditto 1 30 I

3 has nlwajs, been felt by Congress, and by there is wafted through it to the ocean, the army are less subjected. This 6. The President is authorized l\futer' Mites !5 2 .
r.\fry enlightened citizen. Some eightor increase is only in the number of by Provided that no officer who is re.
_ already, a half of the products of the ra- and with the advice and consent of
it-;*years since, several townships of tions. quired to pass an examination before _
very valvikble lAnd in Alabama were given United States. Towards the close of the Senate, wheq the necessity of he is promoted shall in ;

on most advantageou termi to some foreigners the last war, the cabinet of England.. 4th. To take away all emolumentsand the service requires it, to increase tho tho increased, any unless case! receivo he-

to enable them to introduce the ; discovered its error, in employing allowances, as far as practicable, number qf each grade of offi cers, not shall the pay :':.
at
: (b e MUd the grape. But the IOU and I uselessly its forces the1 North, and I and to give, in all cases, both on land to exceed one-fifth of the proper limer present himself '

I. cii'naie which they selected were not in occupying St. Mary's in the East, I II and at sea, definite and ascertained numbers mentioned in the respective Grit for examination, and be declared
Adapted te the the soil u as too I I sec- fit for .
put pose ; and the in the \Vest compensation for the : promotion
Mississippi evincing performance of tion.
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I ,
_ j c f'cI! rot to hf f mpUiyed in the cultiva. 2d. Admirals commodores ij
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I fun of those ktapien; which yield' an ion- I a design which had it I proved successful i I Ij duty. I I 7. Mister's mites, midshipmen, master commandants lieutenants captains
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,
/ mediate iciuni ; ?nd, as to climate wa i and had the war been protracted I Under the direction In the other boatswains I Il i
t Tan .T>JJor t... )tro2c lor vrnicn would have of gunners, carpenters, and commanding, first lieutenants.surjepiw : \
j I produced u state resolution of the same date, the 9- j,l sail makers, shall be appealed bv j ailin| masters, boatswains,






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industry tion; and taw, wktcb wer attach h; the disclaim their! authority, .1.ce tiey nab i I ilrety engaged Jo proouTftttdg; ; tbe c'sj

rnD'r t *, carpenters, nnd sail maker?, 1e tnerc. His Vlcilancp i ann 1 r vervsame. proclamation ; were .IJI III i gbui betrayed the confidence oi the peoplef and tidings of peaceful (Jotp l, art earnestIr

-'fd l ''H iH' ve .'rI"C at se't, 10 as well as ability, aru universally re- i I I I! precursors of a rebellion, which t:>i-ir authors to corumunicatt ihe same to his Ex'cj ttM and respectfulIj solicited to give this calr

; r : % Mtiuns.; Other ofli- marked. He has done much loi our I aiirfd not to maintain. These have President, thn.n*h* you as his Secretary .f. such publicity, as DAT be convenient.PILMUM..

jf '
('! I' on sea service, .in addition Territory.It that Ger.eral Der- dfsonc"nixe the Government. the) rniy. : twu houses of the Uniou, that by a new let. ', Obituary A'0/ire.--Died list ereniog, at

onto half to the amount of rations to is understood and the finances ; to destroj the public con .. ter of convocation. they may superceded the house of Dr. Cyras Perkins, in thu city.

vh <*li they ire re"rf'rtl\'t entitled., nard), will report in favor of a noble bJt'nccIunl by such means to p.ep.irc the by individuals worthy of the Legislative I Mrs GRACK W l'JlSTltR. wifis of She Hon.D .

and officers higher :: scheme of internal navigation for incee's of those secret de-ifns which arc authority. A31 EL WEBSTER. Senator ra Conereu
:3-i. Captains the of rYulinand.Your We find ourselves in the situation, GO'-
car
i boats fiom the Mississippi to to attach us anew to repre- from the State ot Matiacbusetts.
gradp, travelling under! orders on public steam the this i Legislative body thisk rhl'mcci\'f' ,s.atetl by Uouoeaii. in hi. social compact, : A" Y. SpeclalftJan.t2.I .

dun', io receive *() reuTs pr mile; i tile Atlantic ; and, by bye, bound to advise you of the d" igm that in whirl ho says rhe principle of politi-' ,- -

other commissioned! officers 1 J cents would not have been obtained, if the yon mav. avoid them. Sedutt'"."" t.ike.n a cal existence i'u in the exercise' sovereign j jauthority -- OBITUARY.

warrant officers 12 cents publick attention had not been attracted thoMtftnd form, and studies the character : the Legislature is the heart of' DIKD la Un city, on the 16 h im. Mi i.
per mile ; : the of a ship oflhoje she intend to deceive. To I()iui 'he State ; the Executive the head wriich ; .tH RURCH, aicd 19, wife of Captain D.

Ft !Ii11. by prospect; it i, said thnt. in this disorder, F.oliii. .j imparts motion to all the limb. The head E. Burch l;. tf. Army, and seCond J-u hter of

4 !h. Oti (:.r. nttnrhed to N'tvy channel across the Peninsula. and the safety of her Ministers are interested may be corrupted, yet ihe hixly live A John Bellamy Ejfjuirci of Jeffcron Counn. ,

y..t to rcreivoH ik-u of a':! comjfu The appropriation for the f forlificationt to ctht'rs. that liberty is i in danger ; man may fall into imbecility. yet retain hij'existence Fior 'U.Tlie .
> of the! d *tl hicl
: ; ; many virtues "ce* were
will !be considerable ; this, and that those who are aiming hut as soon as the heart fails t< 'I
ritions govern
"iMun, rxo'jit fur pay, very ,Iv appreri.i'f.l hy her nnmediHlc t'.iimlv.; an.l
I arsenal it is at to othtrs that Monta i only : pvrf)1 m its duties, the animal 1 must di" Sol j,i,
follows : together with the hoped tyranny ; intimate freu.18.: l L'osi'e5'ng a mild, and naamI -
:1: nu I 1 en*.. as the andsupport the Lfsislatu-e! of \'>ra Ciur not exerting
} intfndsto indeprndeace she affection and friend
Day. life and activity strengttien > P di.''wjition. won the
Per will contribute to give I the liignify of the atioll. and to ittelf for the benefits of the people is .' ipoj| al!l "hn Vnew her. Her afflicted huri -

, C.f1 ;.':1 Si :., I to .your section of the country, living W I cause the law to be respected. Hut it i> ': n idoiir-tedlv dead to their mttrre* : rt'nV1" i and ha' :nffired "n irr *pnr;\h'e K'w The
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;'1S'f omrnmhnt 1 00 ('lUpIn\nwnt to the peopleand I no such thing ;- this is all to iiuiIiie your ipatriotisoi 'nl the body politic has cra>e'to *tii.n- \vliu-U tfiiuinatrd her existence "AfI

75 demand articles that may dijoh"y the Laws, I live I in OUT unto riwia te rouniry.Under dropsy in the h'"i I..it'uiPll.nt s and S'&g'-onc' bringing into many I I jon !I l ,
this B.iard.mo,1 ; rfn.ajn ; the detea e wen r.moTr
d. airain the t G .vrrnmt'nt. I such circnmstHncf
Oth''r Ctfl1'Sh)1Ied Officers 62Vtrriit which ac. at present of no value. I I ftn yo.i iUlI'nli should become tha the Su ra-me... to the re'aidr&u 'i her relative. C,>!L i'hnrl-,
. so that, in a short rarne-tly prays ; ,
: Ortuvrs f IO".JIll. The Delegate has taken a stronirstand ,i fli* scorn-and the j.'5t of thus- despotic an1 lover.unent may extend Iii pioti-ctrgr: amiiitcrrcd'C:'ni-tnni-Rf" i.e-! ThI'liliarburn I laM fticrs yr-iind were, aertno j.>i'f -

Commanding officers of stations in favor of the graduation of th'e :I arc'iists whom yon rould! nut t'.en re.it.j hal\lI''I'\\ sat"ill: / so nrjje.it n iation .. 'r.nl..1 t v.j mtirh !",i>mrl"ify, ind wen IPr.u&cd

the Nc.n'e p.ty; and emoluments of the public lands, '.o .,s to i i Qtieretanians, 100out a veno'iious apit I will gnvit the Micre** of this meuioiril.Fr I hv iW att 'iiilan.' rofa nflnlf n!jinunotaiid tnenM
price I i co.icaaleil: .n this era ft.v pn.jrct. Fit .,tesii.ij; that tlP.Iu! not intend in anyway ; \intIIHt'CI"( U U. TIO.)
tln sp of similar rank attached toISny them, within the reach of the .u'1u ____________
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:is place .-_
II I not deceived! : denounce your !,'diH-eit 'I to attack the lawful ,overinaent : that I __" I___ AsS -- -a"

: Yard poor settler. There are many spotsof support your Government and VOlt I Uws ; !:' they reaped! its prinrsp'' *. liit rannot he

6th. Pay officers furlough, who aood land of a small extent, surrounded 'I i thii i is what your religion, y .ur ci"""intrv.iiHere I -tiified, with t1)! ini'ivi-ln! N *.hr compoeti i

fthall fiil 10 report at the l expiration ; by good range, that would be I ) Out :t, and! the welfare ot futmerequire I l : .. l'r"1I1 Leai i kiatu l ; ". iui-nrich-at they llrxr

ot"voii.. JnutMJv rith, are ''H\ortty of puhiif r'irfiilence.Th .
1prhUUns
ol th' lurlouqli! sh'ill ceaip.7ri purchased il the price was reduced j _
} 18-26. JOAQUIN DE OI.EYZA.PKK3IDI..VT.. "*e ar. *h. stirnerts ot the municipal -
i i'. Otfi'-ers |erforni'.ng! the du- His letter to Mr. Benton on this subject an li.:r'v; \Vr ( niz. which thtyil' ww

. of ,'de hishrr than their will he read with interest. But his F.xceUencr! ,
tit'S any jr I Nicolas Maria de Beraraluce, .-".ire nn to tmi's.niJ. to j :, -
MTpivrdie ; nd emoluments will much Q advance Manuel de iona with; 'r so'r;' that wo wilt!
: own, to puy "nojhinp: serve bo I nn assit-ancr, I Port o : resa.c.oIU'En. \ \.

of th. rank tn\xi ibovf tiwm. the futuir prosperity of Florida ti.e I Scrr tctrjo.i alwgy. f-.llow the pat'a! of Usios or DKATU -- .--- '-' -_- -

, 8J'i. Furloti-jh ptY; to be on > halt 'contemplated canals.; The report of; Events in Vera I ( fdifld Lihery. .\ .
i Extraordinary Vera Cruz, 22tl Jinuary 1328- I I
: the amount of fuli pay: inclu-l.iig ra- (it'np.r 11 BeniHr
, .U"II.-.,,,.. .,-S'hlv. fl\nr.hlp.,.. .. .:_. -- for. this- _Treat. obi! .I Ht.The .1 I-';rCSZlCUr.Sinecl T a. I: Sioer, Stodd.Ttl!, St. Andrew's Bay

9'h. The Secretary; of the N-\V. effects of such a canal is beyond Puf irh.r>lby viler nfth the* .1.11l7J.''lmie ff9.IT. ,I I ( P'O bv 13 tiers.) with C.ihhaje; Logs for the Wharf
f-is tfrcrrtiinj of;
Krcrllwcii,
t ictonVep; Oil ftr-; i } .I 19th U. S. Schr. Flo-
;1" l' o p1 .my thin&xvc can imagine. Internal Rclotlnna. -a r1 -+s Tranpon
flitcrnal .
, ]p.. .. # ..1n their; ieivict.ire: not w\ !! Lend 'lains.- ,'C tuhiih on our riM.i, Kwl. fcnk"r, New Oilcans.2Qth. .
.- ".tt..I1 t. ui i native
SIR :-A iu 'f: : ) <
.,. Our readers will fin I in this paper lhre- inuiortaut; intro.du.t'll schr. Maria J. Me C. B .
rt' !t. coundv by hic" .IO'II' his i ,,fiftbie .uUi- ;i first p io. tho import :

: \VN-npvprpe1tv ofirrr; ..sonien intf resting and important do--imief of ?" I I I' tin ) iM< be 'pion'iMd'i i ', si-"tt fl.'flt.hi" ;.' l by \1 r. BtMTirfn, in diP Soirtujonth \ kr'.. Tuii: .. R-iy. Plss'ngprsIaj..
.. notwithstanding the use mMCti
htch
o' on! ,Mmen, a >tntfrn --nalltvpe. were *ll *e cou'd find roo.ti !'I to involveeia ("mi in i!Iij.jj\ -.n *. ; .uui nil: I 1:I ** Lain! Cl-i in's, and the propotsiuon ; Thom.isVrislnand Mr. Vanbaun.

: -lit-!!;. in r-)!UisI.Is'ICfl, on ii h" re- 'ry". 1 he Deport of the com mt'ee onIil'ttrv so i' ("rci..e..1. >a.! 'pna1r.s.t, L.sienet..- ot I.he n* toT I,! ttM"stall'sli a B(>.td ofCompi: U. S. Siiip Erie, D. Turner, .sq.
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1.111'.l.iI.JIU.
tilt'
qir,;nonof l1 clfllt'bafldnz; olfir .\1! dhtr' in the Senate; to whonu l')1 roUt city <-t Z-.n p.tab opulent !:!! loners; ro so1 tie "thtrin '.vithin t't '.""oiiimand; from a Cruize.

n \ rd or $tt.iOIl, to do 110.1111 vjrjii -... -ft-u-rU .. \ b-11:} auti-orsng the est I A. soon ..1'l:.' .'unri Lreid it'ir" i>r.riintheir J eir.. .. \\. s' .II.. H' IlIJH'r I.it.\'t'-i: Oi: r'. '' rnf'n'
'her th the \.I.l! > s-s-- t '1' a i ..Vsia; ftt or n"ar PLV- 1 ... 1 -27. the t I', : I ; ;;; ;
> : v: or >ta! on, ( :n I it'*! 'ln in fie ye.u si.iii- I i this QIIf..UOi1 could di.p!i seil of t ..rlanv Feb. iGth. S I r. Thorn, Riellv..

touM tht't'H1!, eil pft-\ olficcTMi'il >ir"i.Af I'lovidn', is o-i f -f for our next: ter designs i lot in-l 'Its \t\--\ body became 'i othor mo-ie.! Congress co'i; New Orleans. Cnrco to order.
ottice to ptn.-! "
"A : 'i..y seen Hour : evident I ; the er' ',r#, i i' r"t the bad I iiit'.i- ,i W
'I lie iu .!t:. 't>. dl i. *.I -.il I l itc CJT1'i i ; laic CLEARED.
shall be tnnt to o '
M 'i 'ii:;') ott (t1tCh( we ,!jl"," cf tl:>e leader* of th.n avmb.y. have ;; nt'X'er .9)ire up

."A; .., pjii.'i'i.: : f i-ir*, and etch Mrn ,- ,)c.d! !<, uiTut entirely.U inrtde this Tenitory I.'H- tneitnnf cuilvar. ':', (s,c}) appiic :lion-the p ooh' -ind J n,' Feb. 16A.-Srhr. Charles Hiyrf,

in .*lId (\rd in, II .; M % Committee on pril i .\.i i'1: Jii'c'iJ"C!! ';.nntil1 of I., t umi'Nls: :Miid all I tlio claim of tIIh-s, RowHing', New Orleans. Baflast.uiis.st'h .

f.. IM. !h iin<5 every d! i\ in which he I V ,t(. L\N (- lm. it vfbe\\ seen ti! innnd :! : Cv'id' only ile 'nittcd: with; ellVct to.t ; : Two Sisters, PearceN
bunjil for the trial 8c decision the den-ton \' 1.wtiicii; ,t'c"lltit..1Ihe
.- in'K M) 111..1 l ''. t.-.. t CI"flpeft.r.Jivhhui'It cl.anis. isrecommeiuJe-J.I 'I 1"nec 'I re!nlution* of that as cc'ution.tiiy w.M-ii : !"<> sr'l i :>"i* c-xHlituted. had tin-} Oii.ie-, 16,000( Bricks by Master.

I -i.. Tile ,> -y destriers to t he 01?plmtents so j'l-tly pii-i; to oir })*-lv- sIesirfI i in vain to obtain C( niroi over t-e: j pi.tn t'c-'n "i'lpted upon the occujii I IS'//*.-Sclir. Thorn, Reilly, Sr.J .

for1' i- MS-' Tried to the Naval gate b; tins report: 11\11..t l'e ;i source uf \lcxicftui, in order :o brui? u' again; undt-r ;i I.turn M{il lif. Fitiridas I the t ;oveninn'iuit I :\J 'irks: assorted Cargo to sundry per'

U"-- '-i" Fit.,: j'Ko fines : \hill\ const tatnts. ai-i the yoke of our former 1II. dcr. Toe people :
: ; imposedon } |>nde .-nd de'jjhtto 1 -'H| tim% '.'7out. li:>verealizes; nsliii's !l- son*.
4(1-' in the service. .)rOe that) \\ :lc..1'e he lid had IK: best 01. aware of tiC deviation; of their representativpa. s.th ot 1 l} : 1
1"'Jlb ( t( (fill lIe public ihl --
I ; have hrretofuie liorne vvitti it in "
hi- real character &
1" h. T :If- p".v of ftirers at rcII port unity t"powciful e.nce } talents, tiiere is i, hr IliI ilonce: for Ihl' ah.e of peace and or.ler. i ;111-1 I ':' lect4tI; &' 'ji 1'r'.v tt C'.clIlil'! WOOD.PKOrOSALS. .
to .tI.pl.l
ci .i.nj Millions, and of receiving.1 I !t/ valued) and inrluential.: I 1flt c'I 'I ill1puati:1l: agai.!.tdiil; hed many ent"r- will! be received by the

shj'* u> h,' the same TS ofiVers olthM t ctrs of to! Uiiion, have SC'IIIIl.t:'..:,:', No
Tnecon municati.-i, ,)f Col. \Yhite! to pr ?!ir;'_ 111/1 \ ltj.ltlp sctltii'nts.: until 1st day of April

ii hit at lIay.ud', lait no pre- I I the Senate. on the! subject cf the gr.uli'.a. \ been {)o'lfl',1 tortii oy several orat"rs:1:* I iMUt1 U'Hvever i i. to be lost. liun- next, for ,-:-ipplrin! wood at the Barrancas,
the sacred of Iii
in that :
itu.t'Ms |1lr enl) :>*ment to bf' .:Iltrn'd. j'ljn; of the prices of the pahlic! l 1,111.: t !.lW ; and ho'ty in, piuaouncin sauctn.uy ae.dust the nviiiciblc I,I jfirctlsare wait'.nc: : die ilfcisionviiiii!the Naw Yar-1 and on board the publrcrv
with t hv fVt"fF i .' :. ii. ,t within the harbor of Penua-
he rttst ii'ieresl oriiiian. I I s ::
.
13 h. Olfic-* on special/ duty, tcliav nuist | Gen fiiiu', .i. tli.r ;vo ma.r<.e aiunprincipled I vnxieU and we. trust thatIr.. lior.ieu. j .
It contains ovciwhelmng1' ar.umett' -t i I co'a! Inc jud wont! to be delivered afrs
"' lixeil iie 1 Secret.: of: '! decision. i< "t tie: incnsisuf I ii.;
by gon thriiiktor .
p-iv I *
; wh deserves
*, why tr.t a)stem reconnicn i,.; I 3 Miny w I:, "*uii, ',n i at such times and in such

tl.,' N-iwf not to -xcec.l the hithei niinulti be adopte i tor the unJs ui Flonda. I II [ MI ih UlHcoi' iiuiitr o! t" \rinnitiy.' (i..v t ;.tniL-nt The! e.xpuUiou and otir of illecal 1 Ize i! on this subjectwill; not l L-t i iv tef\;}. :; qt.uMiti-, :
r ite ol'p.iv' and emuhiments of oflic even: If i hot su1 er-d to op-rate eIs.v ;-- | uH'a-nif1-: '" !..I' \. -PIII_, InCviii: ,1I t .l' 1. 1LrJuirer. I II I I I"J'e firs MTOO.! onfy wiM be received. and

r< tffttrt1 ':ZIfl*' jindevheu at sea !I '. !..t'c pre>une: none of I our readr I ;I- prove tie!: v.1 COIIM (]iu-tC.*> ul" tal' >ekctioii ofI' I.' w'.H be subjected to the usual insjcxtou
Land Claim M. 1'f -n
,
1 Mi. Tlw I, p.'y; of 'ore-keepers TC t- > will f\:1 to penisit wr.n altl.1.III I I of:1 I majority of i IIi .\i:li:'> : ->. Theviidlo I[ ;n ..hh'tTH'L: AMO.'Y,

lie .li\e i by JlM 1'iesnient, having re- j,I i it i i. t'lercfore LiIuIILPaJY to make fiu'tnor I I nation: !1..15; seen A i: ti Ill .,.infion; tLc I' the! i. : S. :$ent.i; ., M :. br- >u.i! i,) .1 .,1, avy wf'e1i/- .

rt-m.irk on the subject. pr 'CO-liig's! of our 1 l.i' i-latot! -.. 'h. lre-< I'['report} vvhi ( h -.\'' ball! ::11.1i..t. *lr.1jnftcr J N*, r Aii.TT OFFICI,

: c"-'d! i.1 thi-ir; re. pou :bilitii'S: and labor J I I I i flit leport ol tlif iecretanr. of the >a\\- i I Ii 5. !iln.rcMt' to expose tli"-ir Cl'II1.u'ru < : !: rel 1 u.Vf tjrt. .te i ul I t\'is.: Pell"4cola__ Ft'D. 2J, 1S28.-49- t

*. i is H <:aCU.1*lIt iaterestin't all pans .11 t.u I" 1,1 t tvj"u 1 1I rl1
j :4 to t'I-"lln', ; > "I i -p-'at
i .\ l-iil (fl'ItHPI: en lui? i ifrlhis bvoit
!
with; this .' Union. a'O well arra.. '., ... I i : l Wanted.lii
HijnOinous J L1lt.01
f.f: \ .trrflC act, to: ; : t' {"I'- I' h. 'I :1" pI:II:I l" : \ .
I I for taloll"ilUH'II', Las vIIII '. I !,{:' 'i-'l' !mroJIr.d, '.\ IsiCli iirlur.! ,""
plan the \a\'y l.i m-J {
1. "l'"h.'cI. t A: lem:' f''i> me 11''f: ;'-nml UU: :
: l' : J \ \1 3AMP5ON", by trade a Tailor.
I
__-.6 ._ __. I best wishes for its success ; azdc tru"l Ill tt.f :.i.r* *"i iMi't oi 'l.\icll ; ai.'i thc nvf;",iniit-ji: ot'a. bo.irJ ofi (JEJ-
. _. I it j i-.i een absent from his friend in
-- ..- --- .. that hen tne MemK-rs uf CongieSb 0ali tee i-iiPtnie ,.fo.d"r. of ou F, s1.r.! : '.\ tf.i v.irwth
1 1 IL tk \ C-I "1' t : : t- > I li"s !.iId l..i>t two phWj \ Ir II.I. t"t ten ; when lait heard
_' IIk %U .. v .u h.Te disi'lw, fd tneir !PC CIl-Uiaklll t'ajuitics and of out I sisi l 'pe..d.-." :(, hav '* ;i'i,..lirnii.malv This < ; years
cla'iv. I
St'ilP'fl i a a :
>
to fnTTi in Orleans. If
Mr.
ers ew
= .. .. I to their Jleart 'oiiteut-tiji 1I;, and in ton manifested i : liit-ii design, t 'i?' nIIc.:," j ir uus
-- -- -- --
and hijrlily iiitercinij; subjcct i is iiviitg, and sliould! sec this, he
Sa'poii
JllpOrl.1l1t .
FHIIrlbW"HY: 22nd, 1628.I i other measures, important I'oriiiC 1).ld'JIl.1I. *iave been jMiii-tii'd: !i nnkti un*t cle.n'N.
__ I v.."11 as those due to her jubt"u.e to iiivli- .! demonstrate the views itoIoU& iucsiitd ". '!'j Iii ni'nv. 'iions-.r.ri-' ur citizr::. .J rec1et.lzocommunpcate with Ills te-
I.
,
I rife .fIlS J'.l.ur. idu.l'c.' will receive attention. "Ketrencn- 'p}I c.lic':'-. i!I'I!I--.q; ben anxiously 1 waiting: to. 1 II ,*:_.,. .." information concerning-,
:= much of their time of Vt-m Cr.. .' I ..I...'t-d to i'hoiTiH Hrowfi, Post Blaster
= --- meut" I!*** occupied ; I Tin gis'.fttnre w :.a r I 1 heir ci tius. I ; ? ,
(
I. o 1
\\ .\- < ivurjN'lithra Ou'- Tins me and we bt''e\'e, they have convinced nvoiyof I clrfiii:! so mu h agcMus' th'tt autt': ujr .. ? jusinent t Wicco.ivco ( harch Virginia; or tt> W.
I
ITTi I .!..41! ..rtdtd t\i>.\ ue aJ e happy ti their construenls: that the beat mode ofrtirenctmtnt the Nation, which had secure*! herx.. j I Flot'u! ', the claims t are of liie UTRIOJIjimjortitncp .tI I t li.cl' Hunt, Pos: Master, Pensacola, will

Lit' ., "- I '.: t" t:) L. Ct'I'Ilr.ut.d! by aHotel. H, they can adopt b- to talk I tence, and intiiniJatrd the traitor: in t.'c; I i t to the future pro la': 11. "C. p-oiMptly attended to Hud confer a favor

1\1 .r. i.i;.ier's C.llUlt'rel. l .- i ltS$ and act inorfMarlon i July prcx't'Ui" VVM not slow to support UK* I of tliHi rrtorvldUtl. on ti.e! Motherand other relatirei of
: ; . Vv 11"Jn. D. D \\ I.t1L! .J.JiMb''en I *
t i.v- plan Mont3fi">, in the mst 'trance aud II. ;*:) ;>s..fi

J'1!. ...j. 4Li(1 J"is. J "r-,\ th, t Iut': senn. PIIsl Office. Ttfiw Courtly Gpo.11If i t i impolitic I1I noer. Tloy protestrd that I L. Creek In
lC'l'h'; .i; : llln;. t" i ; a..d \ v uutlesiand -' .i1ite'Igeb: i1e; H.ecou1en :.1 t.lt' 4.h :,: they would sustain theiaselv-rs at all ha- t I Council of the Croi-ks I h-i, ruiiifii, '.t-itrr a fd\or, h: giving '.he aoove an in-
.. H >an:< itHMith-aic iiiaiie as uul t'hlll t list ct tnreeliuinireii zHds. and ar the same time Ctiuscul ra"roo-
and llin. iu tanls, contain tHough with great reluctance, tile -uI *>>"T on.
i
a -!>;<"..dud nf. rial.iiiif-ni as tlio uccaiioii ,I and rUIthn'c letters aii1 awn rials -o be circulated m all th> towns "f I.'Ie I I ,
'< .amiV.\ f tni't ut lia'l! lull i-I nmireinent entered into I ;\ .1:1 L\!
( stf a .
I 'pHckHgt- improperly; detuiued by ti.': "ole State, by mean of theeruth -, tniti..tv'Lad I Flovvda
pl"f! tt. buv. as.d lUoauu .:trnn.'l -. I .M'Kenney,tor the cession ..he Ian liVttiti.in

tu \ l. .'&: dill .iUeiitio') mil! be paid, In t ifCii1z I I among his papiM-s, since his death. bI .;' I I passed a solemn! act with the sanctiono.f j I \Vest of Dnght's w } Line in dir th.utped i 1Hr. Ut ( eg.; : :. -
Hiu-d t-\ \\ the .1 tructed with of
!" ifiiefi!> rcrgai. J'lsecutive the to stri'e httiiiti5t
Mtncli it appcais that he had been roinuiutinp saiVl ; relyiiijj on unsraipI'nl ; limits Georgia.. F..Vt thon
.) Ii Ofiio-is, ol" tniMnvv and Arm) at i I I depredations for the last three i3rra ?"", who had the hardihood t o :! this Territor} called into service by tJar.
'f,"'n t at or lit AT in'is i.u'e. \ears.j anti, dollars were added to the12V",9 .
of *
1' ]' the head of the! Miiiti.i "u Duval, for the Indian
I The Georgia Statesman and Patriot asserts place him',."!' at sup j.rr-ssion aggresions -
A -ut) nj.tioii paper IS at the IIntf'I, that his malfeasance wa well I Jalapa, .and 0Y.his artifices to unite with it previously stipulated, bcJore their rrluctancc will be prepared to pay them
"' te e {..'"' di-posed ti juin the ct'll'd' I! ftllthcuicat-I
ed in the autumn of 18-O, and that it wa that of the nei','boring 'ilies. T>.us has t! was fin thy oVe! '-Hf. it tuc Indian Agency, on the 12th February -
tioC: 111 t.auI.of ail t'IH1) ubci ib1- l, are upon the confirmation of charges made j i the of V'era Cruz failed in its and at St. Augustine on the *0th of
ZL4'A' ,h il to call ;rul !.a'.e their names. Le-islaturr The Treaty Commerce and iSa-
agahm him tnat he was removed from Of- paramount duty, "n:* has dared to asx-rt I the same month, at Tallahassee on the

'tn'ierstid h-- the lice. Tnt --lal\.nH\U: fUI/her says, that injured 1 t that it was the will of it'5 con htuen' : the vigation, bet.veenhe United State I lIst and at Chirola on the J'.h larch next.

Hon. Hr. M perioi-s i\ ere detei red from prosecuting -'! contrary h proven by the tdaratioiii of and Swerien, concluded at Stockholm j i I'i'menf will oe made upon the order of
Ih.1f" n si, !fudge nftht Ui ilt'd S'Jtt"
1)trc. od Sup e"IlIr Court cfVVjt Fliz'id him, '-on rotlecting hat, as he Lelong-: : the several inunioipalilif*. on the 4ii of July last, has been : those who cannot attend in person : the;
; ed to the doiainant party and had so.ne Vein Cruz from this ti.ne disavowodt'lose o-drr should! : be witnessed. Certificates
t, lt-f \\ asrlill Mti'jn the 29 ih January, indueiice in his neiirhborliood, he would he !I authorities who ;. bal1.lolI..d rlt'ir: I ratified by the Senate ; find the R.iti- on honor wi:1 be required from the O cers

on Ins wu\ :o Florida. screened Uy the ap.v.tv of political rival-I proper sphere ; as was declared in tht eX-I I I tications were exchanged In this City wIn claim conit'.iitio| i for private aer-

i ry."-Thi- is a heavy rnaige, and if it i is I tra meetings of 7th and 12th inst. Nor diu 'Ion the I8rh Jan., by the Secretary V4iits wiin in the field setting forth the

The folioin; t. H list c.f the Officers at- true, the Georgians allow their party feelings they appiove depriving of his aur,.'<'rity I of $iate on the part of the United name, color a;.,i size of each ; and that

tiHJ.-d to th. U. :?. i hip Natciiez: ; bearing to operate to a more dangerous extent the political thief of this place who nmtJfc ad Baron de they actually kept and employed them irserbice

the b,' .,tli ,"uiiMiit ul Commodore Kidgely.'t. than we had supposed it did in any .ted his adherence to these principles. States, by Stackelberg, .'nnr.g> the whole time charged

( .,:-,,: C HA.Rl.U I!. KlljGKLY. State iu the Union. However, to avoid giving an example of Charge ti'- El res of his Mnjesty the Punctual attendance at the! times and

41 S.t C.asrnx,4uz1.GI.ohELiaut hciJD. I insubordinationen apology was furnishedfor Kins Sweden aTh-I Norway, ou the places mentioned is pa licularly: request
i.untM.Vm.: M I \ i..e, Edniuud From the file of Vera Cruz the but the Board -
: paper, politely representatives ; now of his government.The ed. THO. WtflGHP,
S. Jolu! "u, Fiaukiui Buchanan, Samuel furnished to us by the Officers of the is able to know and to remedy the evils part Pay Matter, U. S. Army,

B.Ciurlii-. U. S. Ship Natchez, our friend has translated : which must mult jf the present representatives U. S. ship of the line Delaware Pensacola, Jutu Jau AT) 28-46tf.
:] (
nrn e -"irrr.-\ndr Ross the most important document, from : remain in the exercise of their Downes left Annapolis -4

_' tilitig ttuerHu, T \\ oithington.&Uig' among which we select the following. I authority.This 1 Captain and PiNsLA, 8th Fco.1828.I .
on.-Clinrles ( hase. El Roads ou tho 20th J au. pro- '
Correro. a Mexican has 'iII thc 10th
*
published
paper will that the \VILL receive proposal
Assembly not assert
/'urjcr.-Jo. CuUton.Zerrdary. ceeded down the Chesapeake with a
a supple Jient containing 22 add *- inclusve 'o funwh "i1h
March
representatives acted with bad intentions div of ,
,\.
H. .
Campbell.hurcroh ie by some of the principal authoi ities,public fiue north west wind. -
but will inquire, uhat have they ; YRE'fF
'
i Jlelle.-Sam'I. J. ClarK .
gn..lissiij'ii&eit.II. office ,, and military associations of I i ,
me done in the most critical circumstances T Richmond Jl'hi .
the
K. V. Ruoiftsol1. rrom <
amp! Mexican Confederation, congratulating &. for the Tr of the U. S. Army that are or
Far from the
J\ titnoLdnatd} K. Thomson, Thomas complimenting President Victoria. The (01 proposing any measure To all orders and denominations of\\ be ops stationed at. or within the vici-

J{. Rot>, Jun. H'rnrd. J. MoeIerS. W m. lowiug from the Congress of the State of public safety they excited the factious ; Christians, within the limits of the \ may Cantonment Clint and Pensacola
and
the least that be concluded is, that ruto
nid. :.P.\I;. Hemy .U'alkc, Wm. Lambert, QiK-retano to their fellow-citizens, mentions like the son of Agripina can who lang and diverted U. S. of North America and its frm the tirst of Ap-il eisumguntil the
.Mnfpnn.Jjuutwain.
the nature of the late conspiracy :-the rest uf March 1829, inclusive.
himself of
.-\\ m. S. Coen. during the conflagration Territories.As t 3lst ,
Ciunntr -Jolin 'IVe. are merelv"u'eclamatory."QuEK Rome, our august representatives hopedfor the highly important nature of Taf U-KF wi'.l be required to bede
i
:TAiiA5 s.-Vengeance & discord feared. the fatal of a 1'fH-i liverel Troops on two dtyainetch
I yet moment to tie
( arjiritttr -.Inint1* Bri,l I which this call.j\
or.fiau the produces
ire not with the
glutted cause
ofAnahun
yet sufferings the
tracidal war, in which they also were to : we: k. or ofiener, as may oe, (
Maitr.-Patiick. Murphy.Copy t O _' (ladian name of the Country.) sing the malicious triumphs, which were to renders comment unnecessary, I sh! :ill I;I days to be designated ) ;in such quantity

I Devolutions nave succeeded one another in result in the slaughter' Mexicans and I forthwith approach the subject without I be for thir rations on
as reqtiisne
of. a It tier to the Editor, dated this naturally delightful country ;-the prudence ornament thenjselres with laurels, stained Hesitation, and commit tlw issue I I rOAch may d tV. Aol I derm it necetss.ry to
\\ Jan. 1828. of Government, more than the sword, with the sad of '
ASHiNGTOs 29 fathers contractfor
precious blood l being I those wuo }ay offer to
hat their into the hands of that all merciful apprize
DEAR SIR :-Our Delegate is actively prevented consequences : but the sons, of friends and of broth era. This Corporation this supply ; that no beeF, but the
blood-thirsty genius discord, has endea : who has promised to turn none i iI :
cannot find a single excuse. afford wty ke
engaged In procuring what is I : b.t which 'he market can
voured to ann brother against brother, so Nevertheless examined a decree I who shall rightly appeal' must
having empty, attention
away
and
useful to the Tt'rrjtor lie has ob- that be I received ; partJCuUr
unable
) they might to avoid the abyss of the said honorable assembly, by which, him. : tt.ereof.-A rigid -
to buichtrmg
tamtd a in ttvor of the establishment dug by her perfidy. the 10th Matia Perex/th ;! bepaUtott.e
report on inst., Manuel will ahi he raade.Uoquostioiuble
of it :
The You hereby earnestly requested )
are inspection :
of the
vigilance general Government .
former declared
of the Arsenal near Pt nsa- chief of this Department, is '. .Llld acctirity will
ample
had smothered some of these injurious from the Executive to set apart the 4th d cola ; tifty thousand dollars will be projects in their cradle when temporarily deposed he required for the! faithful peifonuancfc
about 19th di- with Sabatic
power : and also a decree of the next, reverence, a* a
appropriated to this object. Great th end of last month, Col. Jos Manuel the !i of me ton tract.
recting this Ayuniiiniento to prepare of fasting and to the Supreme for titia
day prayer, : to contract
c etfoits were made by the Members l\Ioota o, proclaimed in Oturaba a plan accusations and to declare whether there Persons offering
mQre dangerous in intention than in Ruler of the Universe tint in will deport i ift the Post Officat
from Alabama to have it established appearance. is cause (or impeachineut. If the pre supply,
The abolition of the secret Societies sent Representatives are concerned in the the next selection of a Chief Magistrate Peuaacola, their propolis in writiiigaral
at Claibonie fcnd it is it
fi be probable will iu which the very project had been plan of MOnht o, as their proceedings indicate for these United States, he will 'n and endorsed *
r followed up in the House of Re- conceived ; the Ministry, without ,they will be partial in the trial of Perez cause the lot to fill on that nrui, : Freli Beef" srat-ng in a single

: 1.rf'. fntati\'e5. Every expenditure of prospect amendment ; the expulsion of : and, if the Vice President of the Re- bd the rate per puuud tor % hith they

public money at Pensacola, is so the Minister of the United States, to create I public and others, who are led by the traitor whose heart he will deign to influence, will supply

Jiu.ch towards) buildinjr the dissatisfaction with K neighboring power, i iI Otumba are criminal, the Members of and .whose acts- he will own aud bless. A. \\\ Thuvuton, Lt.

tip 1 place, who can afford us prompt and efficient support Congress must be so also. It was therefore 5U": Editors, indiscriminately"throughoutthe j .
/1. C-t
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NOT WT :. >, '\ 1&Am m. NOT'JE. i To the PaMie.

E.TTEKS of AdnHiiistralJor en the Or FLORIDA.npHK following; Articles of Ordnance W. H.lSEr.L HUNT having Inken Ms ht

? $ Is hereby given, that m compliance lj !Ute of Wriliatu S.brce, 'atc of the TIE Ordnance Stores, the properly' her in-aw! PETER TARDIFF into partnriV.
lie of
Lots ia die addition to : city
with the 5th section uf an Ordinance Count of Escixnhia deceased, hivinjrbe of the United States, will be ottered for I ship in the Printing & Hooksf'Hing BU'Iiut l"
&_&ed br the City Council the 3lst January ) the JL Tallahassee, will be offered for sale : sale at PensacoU, .Florida on the 10th he Pen 8cola Gaeette and West Florida
on April
1825, the retnrn made by the assessors the Monday 'day fif April, 1828 ; deliverable to purchasers -; Advertiser will! in future be published, nu i
lion the Court for County bidder. The
\
4 ril! remain open for the inspection of any of E.um8\3.County aJI' having demands Capitol plan etnbraors square one
pcrscw i
of cd under the firm oftlttnt
;t individuals interested, for the spac* I ,
against the efiCate of the deceised are : acres. The t rm! are sis i per cent ad ance
1t two weeks from the date hereof, at the Point of called( upon to prt tat them uithout de-i on the oosl office of tbe Secretary of the Board of Df'1i"'ry I t j Weight
k ; t; y-ami tbose indebted, are requested annual instalmentsBonds oorf No chaufe will be made in the cditoila
Aldermen from 3 to 6 o'clock P. M. 12 Iron Cannon
i to outke }'Bwot iarinetliatefy f to dee* of trust en th* lots vull be required, I pdrs 12,000 department of the Paper, nnd the busiuetfl

1 Saturdavs arid Sumlay rtci"pteL Ann S. Sebree. to secure tlwpurchas ony.PUDLIC i 15! 6 c. 4' ditto. 6\500 will be conducted as heretofore, in all r'-

3. G. Drakl'. I I Pt'a&!.- i 4 ditto. 8,540 i|>ects which interest the Public.
.dJt" iz1rIUriz. 12 1SUOti
"Canonades
&ntarv.t BUILDINGS. I 2 The terms of the Gazette will continue at
r.Mh Jt. 21st 1323 45-. **
9" 50
y ditto. I
f"r.s.tcc.ht 1f.' 15th 133W't. q"HE Commissioner will receive proposals Five Dollars a j car, payable in ad mice*

t g } until thu first Monday of April Tartar but, as it has been found uecesary to fiend

t. COMM: ERCML: HO TE.. ; NOT1-1s, next, for the erectiou the centre buildin Point, 1 indulgence in Rome instances, and n* a.

and of the Persons who necrth? system of credit has been found ruinous rt>
j Iii Crtdifors, k wing upit -
hrrrbr tu
: Hot :e. U c1y *c(-!piM by M\'r. given M .
i tl't'Y 3 l8 dtto. 11,460Yard ; .
Is establishments th Tudeisigiied
THfS to undertake vork ofjortante 1. printing generally
and dirtbnQn niRjl disported a
; : \Vflir.nt", W3tt1't Oil gee; p wnskterabJe woci5ct do well TTarllndcf have thought pro'er too neon r zcr
,
tILe E< of 'iJi&m Sebreedecez9&
Suj'&iib: l.tc
the 16tb of February, by fhe : ( j
V"r. of the I b cr.f Pena&a. the transmission of monry at th. turn .>f
denrtatsds of toatteiv3. A buildings Yo-iU'1
who respectfully H>cits e thare oi the iV that i\l debts anti piar. 'J
}: z subscribing by an xddiiioual cdvnut: ,-*_
will be mitted. Good security will; fee reqairedforllte
tronage of tbe PubUc. AH, which th* lo- w ,.\sa nr nature iina jiiJcslitc su .
E cry Subscrlbcl,thorefon who remits ;hI
Koto. J, mouey actually in julvanror within tV>
aDd devorett toltiequkrJvndcomfort frwi- the t"nt tA ; I etzs contract.
e"ver attention
,I years b l Itmd I 24 pdrs Ir nCan TOn 14.1GO days from the commencement of his subscription -
tlonal Intelligvncer
I of those wbo will fuvcur tnr. House of suimiu Istration % 'Itie editors of the S .ppl3
tile 18 tC will receive the Gazette *
< ditto.
11,400 FRK> in
-' with the U. S. Tchjjraph, and Mil I
a prer renCE" ,
'
t Arm S. I.r e.. l4 ?os r.tE, which will be the Puf-!
12 paid
i i /terra/rcc 2 ditte. 6000 by
An excellent B m.-.rd 'rhtf\ Jiched To 1e"iU Recortler will publish and fbriheir J'j 1.
; : I lshurg at the time of mail! .
tlu'lnth.
I /} !tnH-i. i Harbor vf \ HI;
of
k"4t'ic first
the establishment, occupying .1 se pa raf W'1\'If 'coount\: April I
''r "'1'CohStl1'l :.f, !: : -- ,15-:'. P is equivalent to a deduction of liny two b
'I
building will co U>bureio .1mt1 n1t'nr )t\ : ; : ry t'e.t The & 5.2Cot &h' 'lte'& FaUlori I 1..J

., .out interfering with! the f":"3 clntl'l" ud l -. -- 1' ,I*. llrMJd vlU publish the above three i I '3 pars 40C ditto, ; .-( crntsa year, to subscriber in the Territory f}'::
i \ et t"Florida. or out of it, within hundro -,
5" 'to
one
: 'quiet of th*' Iloi. a 1 d pmaio-rtAHj''? can :' \f tvicv( S 1 I f s. JOHN i nU\"r. ,- -3 i 924 Ie ditto. J. 2O ;
be accowmodatd vifli! ctiflCLi j rHtibo1.1r.r. D T.aIls.l.1l.SS 1 1118 4, ditto. i j 5,800? ladles Pftisacola, or seventy-right cents
f .liways ''' E desirable dwctkn[ ? (t.r:<-.eT hcjntttft I l.- City e.I to: sobsrribcfs beyond that drstatice and out

ittiflgroMn. i in1: to the ES.lef r} r r.fi HOvcrton ', '.''<' 3d--47-Jt.TATS.VJV. 8'12 I ditto. J2-tOC'() ef the Territory.
fc) Thtre is the f f V 'l"t I 161 9 "C E' ditto
I t 32,000
on premises, o-.tc will fca rcaxcd: on v-aoMv:b;4' ---- [ From and after this date, will
not
: St4htp. in the phueYbfr If urjcs shaH be xed Tenvat. -W \ ST FLOIUD.\l: c. II 4 45 f4 riitto. 5,200 papers
tcn7>% bj the ear to1U ':'i I I be sent rrrretiian ninety days to any prrsoatvlic .
.I'I .
IL fitriotlv arrendl.ad to. 81 4 u ** ditto HSW
A r.1E.IJT 07 JVE'.r FL"'Jl1JDA j .. i fails to remit either the Cash or hi* '
JOHN GARNIER. 4 :3: (C ditto. J 3,200 ;
r,t ThFrtur : its Gtx* Tphy Topo- .E j 1 24 .. Howit.lc\'J 555 I doe bil fnrlJicamouiit of subscnp'lOn'l

,I 1ft. .' "D., A"' .C, b-r ngto ttc.tiott }: lll.b hr '; : -\7\-' : EiBRACING I : with *n Appendix i 1 4 Inch. ditto. { 12000eoo I then.\mesofall others will be struck frnn -A
'J Board Month $ 2. 11 I I o r hst, *. ukies
p. nuy be nvidc to the i..JmU1i'S r..it.v. t\- inf; d J.flf1q urtl Trt.k t Iron Swivels ) : ;.
Day Boardi-rs, ro at residence i I art;; .arj1ts ___ err.In
'L I 'DiriutrI ?; ID/ J T?t 2 weight ct Iron Cannon li ah6, making these !etr re nlatilJnl. th C *. :'
.
-RobL Mitchell} l TThTcZt W'TTt ._
.
I
iersigiu-i trust in
I : Breakfast or Supper 3i tkatcijcy are not danger .
: .Horses per day 25 4ttc.nr! .', Tf: fir: fkrsxeo : AVjp *rWest Ftae-ida (2.24 pdrs Bra s Ca oon 13,900 of ICiH\ tnt'-valt&ble portion of the pntrou- f:;

ri- per month 2ftTensacoU .IJ tt'J IV...y{..'t :,t. i P.-s: '.ti.htu .t Char? of tbe Cvstt a fh.n af t ? 6 M ditto 1,246 ace, which I.-as heretofore been extended t., ;.':.
1
I February 20th, 18345 .' .Pen ?*, :Ln. 25lfe, IBSlv .: .1 !1 < 6 Jn. Howitzers do. 2,440 the ( ,uettc. iud that mcy will give onenc-s $
.
I I \ .it')1 l' \ fCo\ do. do. J I 412 to ra cue The ':ecefs-rty of them will ht rtaKy J

; : NTERI "HEJr'TI' N'fICE.L'f.TT i I, q .llI.\ Mortars do. 2,168 exempli(. bya reference to the Ivi- "t 1

RS of min dn.f.o\\ ;hivi g .Uhi thv Entrancef Pev.sxcola Har ocr. ton of the: National: ItMpili; ncenTvho not-
1'-rtJ.i weight cf Brass Cannon 21,166
I IN j Jcr41\o ,'.. W1L1L&JL withstzr.dui the of their esfabIkhment
I o prsrvtedta the ibscrib on : _. -: uiagmtude -
I I' tt!: E5t e EfJth Rf'R'r. h.tt' ui the 1 ;-.llll.f : :.::/',j.dt .t.1t (t'. o /-2'Jh1L0-Ibs-Cunnan- ---Balls ar./: 'theil, recently srateif 4hat they wpro

WEl\11V\1t\11 Count i f Ec-tb, tctaCc. tq t1I i iHou. lHaeU Hunt.'t1":3t. SIJ i of yarkw3 Calibres Trotu 2 to obliged borro-K money tofUitain it It i is t.i'

: VIr! HE "jbcriber has taken rl1 ,r. ,.n'' Judge of th C-J..mty: Court a!!! per- I 11o. SthCAPITOL.J \. }R27I :;: thirty-two poundersC04 notaj .'.'i'ff'ayfpAtrou& e which die PronrJetcrs Jt.o

;, IL of the place! lately oc.c\lr/tt by >tri 5.it uiio are itvJebterewpapericed:-they are ftblijffd &[

J3. Bryan in Webbviiie, where .he {t.nipo- I 'nU: mak \n"(1ittc S'nierrt "I the -ih- I 'UP, ,. 19 dQ doou 'KeltsI3G to !Jjuy paper aw-d to pay workmen hixtse tctcrtniit fortrxvdlers.nd to Pitppiy those wi'o: d* not well a*
,". :keeping- a tf .cr IJ r, :ud H\\l ,:hn U.re duld 1.f t; )[) V th Subscriber as a :.A Bayonet Telts pay -g
those svhociw 8cd the
f for such arruy favor r..m :f 'art4 if ivtk pre j :,t the wi'.r e to hIJ i.J* Yti' 1 4,9uft' Articling: lubes ; former a."e tn re- ,jf

uith their custom 'He hO;e1t by his attention F. 11. Nishct i ; who Runaway csll-s iixnl mself, a Negro .S i .1 (. J Ffut'ef: fore an cxpcace auc! not at support.-If u. ,J,
Paper canucrt -suftaioed reaia-Ail substaKiKil .
r: an A,imi'1.ist..rL.o,. Palrp.r.x, the U6" "i" it* PaWishcra Care
public patronage. ; 1 Jack Scrensr
L lU m
t : 1 aware of the fact, the hettpr as they *
"" ; 43 SUETriLSl ;
q Peter Simmoc.Coidy C3r3.Jg.r5.. -- 335 Sheets of ,"
be enfil Ied .l
mar > by & >au Joiunj toe busi:1
I '. In H' tqs: siys he Lerins t\> Mr. Abraham t ','/t0 Ibs weight Scrap
f .1J.ck n F.. NIJ\ 1 3 :1BT--- I r3Ta ness ts save tl eiaK lres from ruin. .
'U' .. i. 1. tiaVi-r-i *
ti"
U : of
t t SS JJJtt, oinery Ala. Luke isafovAi' I,
: ZT >: .:etlt7 00h tc.IA I It ; t.'t f;?ot nine : .
\\O\J XT VE1VNIWV.HESubscriber I fW ence in{bl" lisfte-skien of thf Public
: ite of j.-.n A. 'r". Hc 'yf tI( 1gd: (:.t"'p,e.t"lli.1: ,. aar t be .u d the min' mt m price of the Iirassnattcs Ocd. to> ..
j ;rt the Wnssxola Gazette
urt' 311d"est
) ( beinjappointed bit } 'ounty 4jf y. 1. r'U]; f.- tvbeieA a!1'jc.C tJtfrty-) s or t hit t'v-\ .vo'\cars ot s.ge. is frr.ec! at twenty-live cent per Flori dlht"rrier9 wfiiiecndu i ,pJ he -

'SI 'fl act n"thc Legislatrre Council of ;".)ied t!) Uc n-wLtr-i;:! d hy t'j r. Coiuyn'i. I piwnd. For the 11'cm"anr\Q, 5hM and and wkt or ,.
same j mi-Cplt.s '};c samt HitsJnua
: the Territory of Florida, to J fay out th : Hon rlif Crtun v ('nurt of KsctraJjj helM f.fteen doars!! per ton. Cwrnere (e.-
re to five :fi-'itiffdctio a* hfr-tofor
(} b't. /-
". Korth West quarter of seclirm No 33. ; C uu nrT', tK P' : (MPS' xi'Jvj lute a nr ij.i ivf ml. { of Foundries an the Northern States, cs.p t" Dudel ..i'ni&l submit the ; .;
'
;, Township 4, and rtrtgc6Nortte.n' \\Vs* Tl nd.ir:{ \11:3.te Ui'l dcae.oe ,, ; '- {(b., f.lh j tt Y. )S2t--4 jl receive any informalion coRcerflin the wth&4 v'rH! bx st. if'ly adheri-d (ft.torogoit1:. .. .:

into lots,and to sell the sanwvil (,H. ,. :2H.i HW''l .1) H'l.tlIcm: "IHI!. ,. above mentioned articles, from Captain \

t.! the tots for safe on the prenkiscs on t. f ff r'.b. n1J 'h '( in !c-6i '{ re jUcstl.dj t LAND AENCY.tuc lUwjvr E. Hcu tt, AssislautQuarter Hasten W. H.asell Hunt. 4

I ;; the thrd! L--y of Marrtie n'rt. jt.Jtc pa, ,'ie.-t P11mf'r : } ts7 i "-i"B[ "u{ t'\br optneI 1 1':1 of U. S. Army Pensacola Fiori/la ; or PeterrJar4.i.if. i.';

This phceisnam d Mcunt 'f'f.1Qn. )': James: PQ fllfAt.n." I ti fire. (>'.r t4e: xtTClrtse and sale' of from Lt ISAAC A. ADAMS, commandi: U. l.fercr i-, 1S2S.fccf.iret I

Is situated on ih* Viest bink olJcoU }'PP2hchiJ ;i.i.i'N, at St Ax'Sj..; ,ir., c Lit the: hue for.t S. &1eflJ,.Halon Kouge, Ltjutsiana.

[ immediately at the jiiRdion of I"r / ". '.'...frc''. 1 I1 t JM* !Jy occupied {*\
: Flint & Chattaiuwchif tVS \toant V. '\ sacoTa Jan. 23Z '.-.::'--"-t. f t1;*.1 vvcf-t otricii" oi tOt public square, stt N'w'TNr Xon : J

111 rum from Its foftil nation, uj}> Cottzt::'1 I i- j *-iif-re twws tsirous Jo accomplish et- Asst. Qr. Master.

!: ; n crRf part: of the tr'.d'of Jcksci1 ai j X OT10E. i th r p'iTc.-.v.: *t- sks f cV real estate are Isaac A. Adams 1

1 (a.I!stlen Ojuntics; nnd of the That sr'.: 1!! j 4 reqs\ Vt'IV ,h commamls. & TA1Pt'
S !i"reb: ) l i\cn to. : H cw-1j t"rs, 1e1C- 'Sst.: Lt. on Ordnance crvic .
Chat oothte Uivers. r'rmsmJ.d ie.sv wn : I t \ m'lF: r-': li'tice JK '1''e Territory! of r hare jid! ?/: cddilion te t/.c Stork 1t
tr-s, ?nd per.n'ttitkd tfJ dif. rjiJr r ifttcvL 2Ist Nov. 1827.WOOD. ,
.1 on the day of 8l. e. By an art of" (he:: hi'1(1.tH c ;fc'ji tIle subscribers to .. CM HANK 'AT THS
I'osi ofl..e'Eitatc of Joint .t.. k:d '{'
4.
I Council 110 lot'Cat be'2iOld. -1C1' H.:&t pub- l' "l' tl c. :rJI\ tU'r'ttl: :: J' lulmt""d with neti.ly PENSACOLAROOKSTOR .
T* *t.'c"t' l, tit: "licir claims: and deIH PIC i
lie sale. E. IAN'L.CipoTa I : d1 tJtf mlnHka claims ti? ]hnd. in tLfl.ritt ,- CttRrf-GI.ES OF THE CAN:CVG-TE. c.J
t1: riiiui i:::.te tt-il! b* barrerfit: dH' I
ftf /".".."[('t' J I i a.tiuii oi'two tcui-s (rc-oi the t:5; :e cvtexito ,'{ipt.!-. i ( :'is T/ .n-t',1n ineir titles, loril.ts\Jn!, T ":iLL rccdVe Proposals this Cf3ce by Sir \VA.rr.R SCOTT, containhg anInlrod

ftU Flm'idlJa.n.'i4t.? I tug L<;n, :.! f 'Li cry tPIrC:\ :tI1.s. J--1--- tor nt"ormt. himself the Author -of -the '
artg wood for VaverlcyThe
the of
the
tft Kb 'L h{ v.'it:;" t I le' Itme. I ing use Troops on a
: 1tutui 'at\e l\.o\\lin I Ii i fjame PentE ti'iii, t.iiti i-\e y"y&r: & ot the United States this Station. It must be merchantable N .

; "Jl.Jn, i iJ' m1j't ('iH.-t:a1 y, ve.pect i i .ug' r esb.tu, I Oak iwd other hard 'ood.nIl tVr Cord The Youth tnr. 'Manhood uf Cyril h'

i j.-tI'.,- .f!.,.. has :-
> AND I 1 I _!"l iU\ ,.'_ t'",.._ :" {'-'4- -)"I J \:1JL'liI1Ht.t{ of
IQIt : :. <:i.cf i (o the publk. j : nt full four feet in length To be delivered fo182&
) SPQ'f'IIn L
_\,11... 1 I 'V\ 1j\ t..J \., ,\iii m dm. directed tu them PIT copies 't any place in the Town fit I'er.saco- The MirtrelLyre, a collection of-Me '.":

r": tNDEu4yoNta h-as fNn'\11 h.t.t I .. oTii'trviyr.rr.tvp-iorpUiiSjas well as other la where it 'be tricals by Ellen. ,
S- S Uevi: \. ;-; t.J J t r itt.j.J, 1 '1- ; rcay wanted ; and at the
t. .. f'oret 'o tne ne* brick hu Ming ie 'f.O\H.. f{ <\ndi frrl;! f ft.1 il.JI'dLtfilIt. <.u the above! subject, \m be CuptoKemeflt, carded, up by the Contractor The Casfcet; or Flavers of Literature, 0;

Colitis Hotel ; and w now hauling from j 1of. the JlMatf of i/"'. J-VJN >!* l.P; \ t(11iide; < wiMrKit delay. Letters pest h.'imelf! with n convenient distance Wit and Sentiment; a Miniature volume (i
"The Ktizabt-th! a d Maria .. p&d, ( iVCtt(1 t.{ Ute La.nd ..iJ'enS!. of 'J6 pages, at 25 cent..
: a neat tssintnnt j l :e Qf tae ( olmty tf .'am't. 1.1'1. t' ; d, t of the water side, st the USUA! landing 't-
the .i4g:/ l.-, will I h receive due attentioiuJOHN HiCattt Sket.cne1JA
: fu1osartces vis The collection of
; TRlacJtbomhAzeen I that their chums v.nt dcmxr ;-t "t"t! ; place. wood isto be dehrered at
- CU."::!- and JJOIT.bazett. .- I.EK Wii.LlAMS, such times and such TJ.Le3.
be
-II r.Pfiil at the fr'.J'irS.t'fUi of( i'v.'O '' I quantities as may :1
mix? and ffr t y Circassian.Roc.fBxnnnT5 1 from the rlate of" 'J\c L itor.', :r.f: A>dtw.: ', .- WILLIAM H. SIMMONS, i it I directed.fijprc this office. The customary foet1 with an Addition to the fo '!l

"iUue cloth ; drrb and l I f1"ati.-.m grated tu th ucriber, 'tmi- f RANC3S J. .It,110.. dcl! very is sixty 'cords per month fri 1st Tner supply of Srhcol Rooks.Pensacola ;J

brown c' ,11.-.rock: ; trench cir( $ian, i wt.ir".i 'Qit'\if\ that Jirpr, to Dec. .7th, .--44-tf Nov. to :30th April, aid half thit quantity Ul'February 1823. :;":

bbck! mixt, drahand-stripedclolij ; 3.11drilling. :: W. Ha ell 1-1; It'krenC-e-; from 1st May to 31st October. Two bUs ,.
tint..Al.l1uitr.
I Lot Jr Al. White .
: ) will) be recetvtxl-o >e for the beat Uiackjaok DISSOLUTION.THE .i

4 !: Pe* and monkey jt - (
Pluul andCmblett Ch "kf --w I' Mr Henry S. Tanner, Philadelphia
.ich oak and other hird wood as is iu of death of
tne
., Pi.TLLooN-St1pcr1itt blur-, black E. Doctor JKr:ah, New York, common to the Hatnmocks on the Uay.Raj .- Mr. James RushtOK couseqnencc, re dissolved all .
drab, and mist ctoth ami casHimerr; Her{>s.rd E. !*e; Clurlcston, ; persons -
Sffsafras'
: of Administrat'anen the I Minolta, aRli Chircopin haviug hiir.is against tile late firuu

: trench Circassian, bbck, 'mi.xt, aiwl lurht LlFi Kat&te ftf JOHN M.CJ.4YLE bite ofJie _. _Mr..u Jatiros_Williams___! _. __ Baltimore. I wood will not be received. The first delivery will present them to the subscriber for

grey i plain and suip'd drilling ; dvuD County of Rscambii deceased, having ,J proved Pcipendiculararc to be ready by the 1st of May next. settlement snci th( 'e persons indebted
and olive velvet, and cords
b2.-'g'l.p ;, beer j finted ti* the sub9crib. 7\by thr Dan E. Burch will come forward and make payment

tntxt and stnpd casinrtj ant rus&an"duck. Hon. lltt Ccuaty Court ofs.idCounty, all .!TJ.m$1U\!& no indulgence !be prven.JAMCS .
f .
Jlett. Qr. ..UcutaAsj
l\o I
prr n& have arty demands against FINLAr.
Cotton :and Woolen Drawers arc the authorked Agents of i'cant.lu.rter: aster's Ofice, >
the F.Kttt of tlie
deceased Pensacola '
are hereby i 50 'YEST.-; lur. black aj.d butT cloth a'ii I Ica'inere cjiJIed upon to present them without de- -y Anthony Bencini, of North Carolina -- Pensucola, Dec. 5,182738, --tl A. $ ___._, :
to do all ,
tIck S'Jk and things necessary for the .
; vc'vetplain L lay ; sridftL persona owin-any thin tosaid purpose p. : Subscriber has: just received
?; *
of selling and the 11'I11W ES ADLISBM DT per
I fancy English silk ; Viclentia, toile' el, Estate conveying: right iJ.
are requested to pay the 6 a.rne Elixkbcth V rsyth. from New-Or-
and : cf
and swarvsdowfi ; finr wbke and fane*. privilege constructing building I Them
immediately, to '
_, ai rt os'mg.within the leans, a very large assortment of Groce- >
arsemeL Territory of Flo 5 da
C It1t.1t.I 1. his ? G ries. He offers in iddition to his lormer '_
m A vmmlt
5filft s-Fine l :1en. plant anu inU'd; --- improved Perpendicultir Gritt _Mil stock
-
coarse iinr, duck ; linen tud cotton An rat. fir 4IV04&IJJfc: :4 for which he has obtained AND'TRAVELLER"S : ;

check ; and flanneb. Peostcola ICth hn. 18255.-44--.-St. &latent. Champatgne Wine i-n Baskets of t dofc"' :!
: REST.MTHE each, warranted superior :
This mll is
;( Booty tho e.b & considered decidedly supe- .
rogans ; pwnr*; da. of 1820
hats N rwr to any *t present in use from the Subscriber informs the pub Brandy
OT11.fls ,
glmes, suspenders ; cutlelery Zante Currants 01.-
\tt he has
opened house
simplicity cf its Construction the & -
ease
h siik and -
; < siery cotton -
handkerchiefs; hereby -5ven to all Creditors, Leg. with wiiicb it can be worked, and the Entertainment, :n the t'ouchorg Tea i

blanktts sealskin; umbrellas ; I tees, and persons entitled to distribution qU3.ntlty cf meal g\V1und. The various house formerly occupied by Maj. Hall Prunes, very freshUaisis 1. .1
,
counterpanes; and of die Estate of JOHH M. GATLB inventions for that fronting the ? l't
fur cloth % and alteratiois xvlnc have purpose public : :
caps ; travelling ALSO bags. late of the County of liacambia, deceased been made, in order to arrive at the sitnpl square, wbich he has fitted tip in a convenient Almonds, .,

of ,that their claims and demands will be A
case Mips- of An Atlas
consisiing
JJorth and South America rollers'itfi barred at the expiration two years, fallen&1' iiiort; of the object desired ; but yellers and others. His table will alwaysbe Tuscaloosa Rye Whts4ce
\; the different States of, the on Union-; from the date of tbe Letters of AtJministratioji in the present instance,the i ventor appears supplied with the best which the Goshen Butter "

from the latest I granted to the Subscriber,.unless to have acquired die desideratum, market can afford, and his bar with the gdo. Cheese
separate,
.1 surveysTo exhibited wIthin that tim. to so tong sought after. best of liquors. No exertion will be Beef in j bbls. for fanrtfy tfsr :4
gvther4flt.h and
books. some Day receipt, copyt Charles D. Brodie. Tbe mill attached tOIL'CottonGin will wanting on the past of the proprietor, With an additional supply of &ry ttooij

of grind from fifty to aizty bushels tt> render general satisfaction to those Hard ware, Glass ware & '.1r.ens .
; AU which will be old low, for C.ua, Administrator corn a ware :
,. I Petwa day and that ofa erior who favor him with their Sold L.v for CfwA.
by: J. O'NEIL. .oH, IfJth .Tan.. 1828.-44-- 44 too nip grade of may company.His 11

1st: February.1S28-T7--6t. meal ; and tilescaN".ity of mill streams otahlea are well calculated for a nutn-. ;J. Pes
11eflsacoa
NOTRE in the country and tAe great labor suffered ber of horses-and a good and attentive Pensacola, Jan.. Htb scay

FOR li.& fT.llNI :T ETTERS ef Administration oa the in the operation of hand mills renders Ostler will at all times be at hand. -,-1828. -. ,

JLJ Estate oftjie late JOUR HOM pnmTBP -. jt-the more important to the people of Families, or Gentlemen who nay wish TOWN or -'-- -
THE Sloop Gipsey, Captain this can be accommodated with r.4AQ.a.-qOr.IA.
Esq.having been Territory. private a.p&J'tnents.
granted to the in
un. the
11 GCOKGE LOOK. dersgnedZiy the Hon. the TU. price for a right to construct ore GEO. FISHER. LOTS ; ew Town of Ma nol a

;: For freight or passage,apply to forthe Bounty of fiscambia County; aH Court of these Mills,, is twenty dollar, and one Tallahassee, Dec. 151tf. ituated efler 8 d fQr sale This place i s 'I'
he Captain on board.PTTsIcola persons of mile from Fort St. Marks
having demands against said Estate them can be made at a trifling expense on
l-'eb.14th, 1838. are tbe St. Marks' river and 15 .
requested to present the 'a'Dc'immedl- WheR compared with the adn.nta.gee Madeira Wines, Cordials 8 c. see. The from Tallahas- -;
river
ately! and those indebted, CM desired to resulting from the use of them. per 3chr. Orleans from T wu by vessels can be navigated to the

; JVOTMJE.Edward mako payment Application to be made to the subscribers RECEIVED The drawing 8 feet water.

Martin and riose who purchase wilt be fur 10 situation ii high, dry and healthy ;
) John Inucraritjr cases superior Old London Particular t has two Sulphur Springs the
aished with particulars in fulL Madeira vicinity
TJ. J. ine one of which is
.Ad1Xirzjtra/ only 200 yards from
Zadock A. Tilton. _Pcnwcola 16th Jan., 1828.448t.NOTICE. L. & M. A. Armistead. 10 *, Old Fort Wine. Publia Square. They are said to the ,

JN this case the defendant ttill take Jit TaUahtusee or .is alaga. 10 u Cherry Brandy, Superior. great medical qualities.For possess

notioe, that on Trwrsdr.y, the ICth Pensacola, Dec. 15th, 182l.423m.NOTICE. 20 '* Cordials, first quality aasorted in further information of Terms &C .

day Mach next, I will proceed to take: ALL persons interested in the Estate the cases_u 1 dn_*_.. eh_____ apply to J, Q. and N. llamleri S>. arkB;
ttw of P. 10 Wine Bitters. ,
deposition Marsh and others
FXAXCIS floeRlaUTa, deceased, or to AUgustuS Steel. Tallahassee.

before Joseph Wallace ,Esq. Notary Pub. :, are hereb) notified that the undersigned, I CONSTITUTE and appoint Micajah 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin St. Marks, 10th August, 1827-24_tf.

i. tic, at his office in the city ol'New-Tork; Clerk of the County Court, will ex officio Crupper of Pensacola, my agent and 3 Barrels Cherry Bo nce. T .

f to be read in evidence in the trial of the i administer said estate, pursuantto an or attorney, in all matters and things relative 6 Half Bbls. Anniseed, Peppermint TALLOW8BEES -

above cause. E. MARTIN, der of the Hon. tbe Judge ofthe County to the delivery and receiving pay for ma- and Cinnamon Cordials* JVJ1X

: by A. GORDON, Court. M. CRUPPER Clfrk. terial at the Navy Yard. For Sale by I HE highest price in cash given for
.. j I -i the above articles
fut by
.
atiiiorney by J. G. 1)1Aa, D. Ctk.15th E.

Pcio1a, Clh Feb. 1828-4-7-4t, PC13To11, Jmuar/, 1828-4ttt 1qbi1! 6lU Sept,Montgomery.i83T-SQtf V. H. N ihef.fcn I Julius Pes'tlCE. ...

alai: i9J 1 '\ l'_'Tt\. _',s-8' $'


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