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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: March 7, 1828
Publication Date: 1824-1828
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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!'Vl LISUIo.D -ssY!: >tLY. BY profit of the Government, the local au- j and on the importations and exportation tyd any crime" or offence. his surrender t SEPARATE ARTICLE. .
I thoritics, or of private eU...blislirne ts made in its vessels.AUTICLR. be until ( .
ilUNT <5t TAnDE'I'Y : any Xl. may delayed, tire tribunal 1 Before I Certain relations of proximity and ancient
whatsoever. 1 which the case shall be rlf'pt"t1ltingsh,11 connexions having led to regulations
{ Publishers ofthi Lawnoftht Untied Slates ARTICLE III. The citizens or subjects 0'one of the have j for
1 pronounced its sentence, a-ul such! the importation of the products of the
find fif the Territory of FlotidfL.SUBSC""TIONYcar All that may be lawfully: imported into ; high contracting parties, utriving with sentence shall} have been corned into t kit, -doors of Sweden and Norway into thb

5llalfvear the United States of America, in vessels! i; their vessels on the coasts kelongin to effect. ARTICLE XV. Grind: Dtirhy..or Finland, and that of the -r

R 3 of the said Slates, may aho be thereinto J the other, but not wishing to enter the'" In case any vessel or toe high contracting products of Finland into Sweden nnd Norway ...
Quarter hi year 1 50Fiibicriptions imported in Swedish and Norwegian ves. j jelih port, or after having entered therein, not parties! shall have been stranded orshipwrecked in vessels of the respective countries,

i l jmyable. advance and in those of the Island of St. Bartholomew j wishing to unlolc1liny part oftleir' Cargo, or shall' hive: sufF_-rei kiwi I by special stipulations of a treaty st'iil in f

JVnvrr-IBING.--Kvery advertuerhentftf from whatever place they I shall be at liberty to depart and continue dther change! on tha caws's of the domin; force, and .whose renewal forms, at this I
the uidlh of out' column and measuring may come, without paying otheror higher j I their voyage, without paying any other ions of the other, even aid and assistance! time, the subject of a negotiation between'
this first
nut mote than twelve hues i of type, duties, or charges: of whatever kind dtitieM, imposts; or charges, ynataoeVer; Shall be given t j the pers.ins shipwreckedor the Courts of .Sweden and Norway, and

insertion! one dollar, each mid weekly wider cbntlnu-at or denomination, levied in the name, or for the vessel and Cargo, fan thos- of in, daruyer arid l passports shall) be grant Russia, said stipulations being, in no man*

Lee fifty cents ; longer Rule and figure ones work, to the profit of the Government, the local i pilotage, wharfage, and for the support ot ed to them to return to their country tier, connected with the existing regulations f.
fie same rate establishments light-houses when such duties snail be for foreign commerce in general lthe
double juice for the first insertion. Ad- authorities, or of any private Tie: shipwrecked vessels an.i merchan
veifisemciifs( will be tastefully displayed, whatsoever, than ifimported in national levied on national vessels in n-nilar cases.It dise; orth it proceeds: if the same shall two High Contracting Per 1 ieyanxious to '

according to the nature of them, and will : ) vessels. is understood, however, teat they shall lave been so'd, shull restored to their kinds remove from their commercial relations all
of
tie measured by matter of tli'n size type. And, reciprocally, all that may be !lawfully always conform td such regilations and owner*, or to thoss entitled thereto if have ambiguity 'motives of discussion

When il\li teii at intervals, (that is, not inserted imported into the Kingdoms of Sweden ordinances concerning navi ton, and the claimed, within a year and a day, 'Jpon And ,tenth agreed articles that of the the eighth, ninth,


every week, from the first to the and Norway Swedish and Norwegian places and pnrts which theymy eater, pay-ng such costs: ofullage ai w( rIJj be sh.tllnor present treaty
I or.in of the as are shall!: be in force will be applicable either. to the navigation ,
last insertion) each insertion will be dmr '- vessels, those Inland of or regard to paid by national vessels in: the tine circumstances and
above
St. Bnrtholomew, also be thereinto national vessels' ; anJ that tie custo.n- commerce mentioned, ;
('.1 a* a new altvt>rtuH'ment.lllouuts for may I ; and the salvage companies nor,
| on demand. imported in vessels ot the United States house officers shall be per nittd to vi-.i' shall not consequently, to the exceptions in the
ivertiging payable always I compel the acceptance of their.ievic. general tariff of customhouse duties and
ij": Liberal contracts will be made with : of America, from whatever pi ice tHY! I them, to remain
thoe who wish to advertise by the year may conJ, without paying Other or higherdutii Such prvc unions; as may he He "ess try l-) !miter the ramp deuvs, as shall be granted therefrom, nor to the special advantageswhic r t

All "onnminications udJiessed' to W. : -", or charges, of whatever kind ur prevent all unlawfulommercr, as tomas to the c:{')chills and crews ofn.ttio.tal \v% :,i arc, or may be granted to the importation
lUsit.L HU.VT Editor, will be promptly attended denomination levied in the the vessels sh i'l"' ri-uiain wit l.in the limits !
: name, or to seta : L':vov'T. the respective Cover of tallow and candles from Russia, {
to. the profit of the Government the local of their jursd: c'ioi.Aw'rICLx mnt! \\'ulltlte cat thnt these co.npanieno fbundt'J upon equivalent advantages grant- +

-. -. -- I :authorities or of any private establishments XII. rot convnit any exithus or arbitrary Pod by Russia air cei tail articles of importation -
whatsoever, than if imputed in national It is further agreed, that the r-ssei oi; *.!(. '.UTICL.. XVI. from Sweden arid N\Jrway.

vcijaela. one of the high contrtt-:'.i'l; !lefties, having it is a Tce-1 lh. \essii.:.at\'i:1gtIlrect- The present Separate Article shall have. (

AitTIOtfc: IV. entered into the ports of th other, ly from the lI.nlH; !1ate3 o'America: at the same force and value as jf it were in-
All that may be lawfully exported from will be permited to confine themselves ::0 a port wrhtn ti.c. try ..In'i.,:,.. /it'tiig: \I.j..q. seated, word for word in the treaty signed
such yftheir 111!* tidy, .....1 .L...- 10.. --.:4.1 j fa. ,.
the United States of America, in vesselsof unloading part only erjf.s tv the King Sweden and Norway, or ftt II9mrtime.
b the saul States, may also be exported at the Captain or owner may wish, a-i.l fro n fit-territories! of hn! said Majesty in
e r therefr .. i in Swedish and Norwegian: vessels that they may freely depart with the remainder Europe; it a port oC the United States, In faith .whereof we, the undersigned, by fsigned
.r or in those of the Island of St. Bartholomew without paying any duties i imposts : and provided wtth a bill of health granted virtue of our respective full powers, have
without other or charges, whatsoever, for an olficer the present Separate Article, and
paying or higher except by having competent power to affixed thereto th. Seals of
duties, or charges, of whatever kindor that part which shall have been Ian-led, that effect, at the port whence such vessels Done at Stockholm, the fourth our of arms,. _.
Julyone
denomination, levied in the name, or and which shall; be. marked upon, an.i 1 shall have sailed, setting forth thatno thousand eight hundred and ; ,
BY AUTHORITY.BY to the profit, of the Government, the lo- erased from, the manifest: exhibiting the mhgnant: nor contagious: diseases prevailed seven.J twenty-

THE PRESIDENT Ov THE UNITED cM l authorities, or of any private, estab- enumeration of tile articles with; which ia that port, shall be subject to no J. APPLETON, [L. *.]
rTATES OF AMERICA.: lishments whatsoever, ttian; if exported in thvessel was laden ; which manifest other quUrantinf than such a* m.ty he necessary G. COUNT DE WETTEnSTEDTt. s.j )
national vessels. shall be presented entire it the CustomHouse for the visit of the health i fficer A \Vhereas the said t
Treaty and
\
A VRttl'LAMLATlON.Wnereas
And, reciprocally all that may be lawfully of the place where tk.- vessel shall of the port where such vessel shsii have
a Treaty of Commerce &, exported from the Kingdoms of Sweden have entered. Nothing-shall:: be pail on arrived ; after which said vessels shall btallowcd Separate Article have been duly ra-

i r\.l\'jltioll.: between the United and Norway, in Swedish and Norwegian that part. of the cargo which the vessel immediately enter an-'I unload tifit'd on both parts, and the respec- ;

States of Ameiicn and llm vessels, or in those of the Island of shall carry away, nnd with which it may their cargoes j provided always, that I livo ratifications of the same were er- t
Majesty
St. Hartholonew: may also:: be exported continue its voyage, to one, or several there shall be* on board no person will I' h.iai'rd at Washington, on the eighO 1
tin; King of Sweden and Norway, togter therefrom in vessels of the United States other ports of the same country, there to during the voyage, shdlluve been ut- ;O=' day of Jnnunry one thousand
r
: with a separate: Article there- of America, without paying other or higher dispose of the remVmder of its largo, if tacked with any malignant or c-,:itaioudiseases ;, > .- hundred and
; glut
f), were concluded and signed, by duties, or charges, of whatever kind or composed of articles whose importationis Hut such vess-lssja: .i n.it during twenty-eight, by
their I Plenrpotcnti.irics, at Stockholm dcno'iination, levied in the name, or to permitted, on paying the duties chate- their passiiTe. U ivrco.i>:n.i-Mi'e.d 11t:stty Secretary of State of

:'n the fourth 1 day of July in the the profit, of the Government, the local able upon it ; or it may proceed to any w.th: any ves: f. i.w1e] itself' ; ;a uulergo tI.Qllu'a.1ne I time United States, and ROBCRT, B.iRO.X -
; yearof I authorities, or of any private establiihments : other country. It is UI1.! rlto.d, however : : ; :.thll.lat: the minify whenct: DC STACKELDERO, Colonel,
our Lord, one thousand eight hunilifdan.l I whatsoever, than if exported in that all duties, i i-np:>gl*, or charges' t iy GJ.IJIJ s.i ill! am at that lime, l bt s.> tar K-iiglit: of the Order of the Sword;

l 1 twenty-seven ; uh'ch l Treaty national vessel whatsoever, which: are or may bcomcchargeable f i.r.cctctl: or S'b' '.'ciCl, Hat, t>d"'le'ihclr .i'tl(Charge dAf .sires of his
an.l! Separate: Article, being in the ABTICLB V. Upon the vessels tli ii elves, .irrival; HII orJttia'ico had ijesn: us'l.ed, in Majesty, '

) "ren'h I..nu: 'igo, and wherflofdlO an- The stipulations contained in thethr'eepreceding must be paid at the first u'pt where tu :y j' ist-qucncc ot" winch: all vessels C/JH"t: :; the King of Sweden and Norway,

rexed: is a faithful translation are I articles, are, to the full extent shall break bulk, or 'inU'iv part of their'! : i fi".rn IJ.1f: cuu Iry .Irjul.l uj eunsm;;erect us nt:ur the said United States, on the ;

applicable to the vessels of the United carKoebut tint no :luti;*, imposts, or I suspected, and: v,>.i>'-q'iLU'ijr subject to part of their respective Governments ,
void for word: as follows : I States of America, proceeding, either la* charges, of the stmtdea -ription, shall be q uruiitiiie. Now, THEREFORE Be it knQW'rt
I ,
Jn the name of the .1/osf Holy and IiulirlsThe I i demanded in the of the
den or not laden, to the colony of St anew ports s.unecountry : I ARnCLl; X\'II. that I JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
United l,te8roT/X"mfnca Him maMajesty 'I'I tl' nlnmew-. the West! Indies, whe- which such Te" c-;:* mij ht, afterwards Tile S'!coil, llrtu: sixth, seventh, elglith; .,
ier from .le ports ur [ wi.h to enter, unless national ninth RESIDENt:: OF THE UNITED; STATES ,
the King of Sweden and Norway llle Kingdom ot v s-I tCIII!!, ncventli, twelfth, thirteenth,
equt'iv' animated with the desire of extends I Sweden place whatsoever and Norway, o1"proc or (eu'nfr-Nat} ll WlI sds br in sim.Ur care;, subject to sjme f',Ite le'-nth, fi(tee itlisixteenthseventeenth. OF AMERICA, have caused the snid 1

;'g and consolidating the commercial I said colouy, either laden or not laden, AUTICLI XIII. fi-se15O11t'ttieal': -tllfrt'fiv? /"'''W'ntiiVIiarticles ilifia; !f uilll( fu'ni\f qtt u4.ui9Rc J.RIW; rand
"ma'inns subsisting between their I Each of the high contracting parties of the treaty of Amity and! Coiuine.ce -
r whether bound for Sweden or Norway, I clause and art>clo "t thereof _.
respective Territories and convinced that or for any other place whatsoever. | grants to the other, the tinvile; of anoul concluded at Paris on: the third of every + ,
j I this object cannot: better be accomplished *) ting, in its co"nmercial p'iru and I April, date thonao 1 seven hundred ei Iity- may be observed and fulfilled with
than by placing' them on the b.isis: of 'Aimctt VI. places, Comsuh'Vice Consuls, u.id ComnTcial three, l by the i'leniputentiarie- the Ui- good faith; by the United States and

n perfect equality and reciprocity, have, I II It is expressly understood tint the foregoing Agents, who shut enjoy the full ted States: of America. and of His M.-ytsty the citizens thereof.In ..

I in conseque, agreed to enter into negotiation second, third, and fourth artirl., protection, and receive evzrv assistance the King of Sweden, together, with t.c witness whereof I have hereuntoset '
for a new Treaty of Commerce are not applicable to the coastwise navigation for the due exercUe of their first, second, fourth, and fifth separate articles ,
necessary
: :1 Navigation: : and, to this effecthave I from one port of the United States functions ; but it i fs expressly declared, signed on the sam' day by the snmcPleiiipotentiarifs my hand, and caused the Seal
i appointed Plenipotentiaries, to wit : The ofml'rica, to another port of the saidStates that, in cases of illegal or improper conduct are revived, and made of the United States to be adixe].

1'r..,.id"nt of the United States of America I ; nor to the navigation from oneport with respect to the laws or G-ivern- applicable to all the countries under thel IJ- Done at the City Washington, this

Jo n James Appleton, charge d'Af- of the Kingdoms df Sweden oral : ment of the country in which said Consuls. million of the present! high conic acting par- nineteenth day of January in tho
,
Norway to another, nor to that betweenthe tics, and shall have the same farce bud
filrvd; ofthe said Stales at the Court of : Vice Consuls, or Commercial Agents year of jdur Lord One ThOlisandEight
latter countries which value inserted the ,
two ; navigation as ifthey were in context -
His Majesty, the King of Sweden and shall reside, they may be prosecuted and
each of the two high contracting of the present treaty ; it being under- Hundred and TwentY-Ei1ht t
to the ,
N{:rti':iy ; and ills 1 Majesty, the King of punished conformably laws, andleprived ,
parties reserves itself. stood, that the stipulations contained in the and of the
stti -.lhll1111 Norway', the Sieur Gustave of the exercise of their functions Independence of the
Count Je Wetteitttdt: his Miniser of ARTICLE YI[:. bv the offended Government which shallcqia'mt articles. above cited, shall always be considered r United States the Fifl y-Scu.
as in no manner alTe; the conventions : I L. S.
ting i
: .
State and of Foreij. Affairs Knight Com. Each of the two high contracting par. the other with its motives for concluded either with L corn ]. i

magmata of his. Orders, Kinplit,: of the ur. ties engages not to grant, in its purchases taring thus acted : it befog understood, other nations, during by the interval party between John Ada
(lll"sufSt. Andre* St. \l'xtI! ; erN"w8- or.in thnse which might be made by companies however, that he archives and documents time e pirati rim of the said treaty of one Quincy ins.

Ii\ und St Ann i.-l t the fust class of Itus- i or agents acting in its name, or relative to the afl'airs of tile Consulate thousand s f'V"li hundred eigllC .tltt' c and By the PRESIDENT.

silt ; Knight of the Order of the Red Ea- under its authority, any preference to importations I shall! be exempt from all search: and shall the revival of said articles by the Treaty; of II. CLAY, I
of the first class of Prussia tirand made in its own vessels! Of in be carefully preserved under the seals of' ,
jrk. ; C-)'/ nerve and Navigation, Concluded at Secretary of Statt.lUlAI'rlC.tL. i
''iI of those of a third Power, over those made in Consuls VIce-Consuls or Commercial
(:r-- of the Order of Leopald Austria Stockholm by the present high contracting
; one of the Eighteen of the Swedish the vessels of the other contracting party. Agents, and of the authority ofthe place parties. on the fourth of September>> ; oqe \ '

Academy : WIIM, alter having exchanged AilTlCLK VIII. where they may reside. huusiiid eight hundred and sixteen .
th',r full powers, found in good und due The two high contracting parties engage : The consuls, vice consuls, com-nerrial: AKTICLB XVIII.

i form, have agreed upon the following not to impose upon tne navigation agents, or the persons duly authorized to Considering the remnncss of the respective in the Senate of the UnitedSbffeir

: iirticlcs: between their respective Territories, in supply their places, shall have the right, countries of the two high contracting ; .
AiTKtE I. the vessels of either, any tonnage or other as! such. t> sit as judges and arbitrators: in parties and iht uncertainty resulting .
The citizens and subjects of each oft duties of ally kind or denomination, such differences as may arise l between the therefrom with respect to the various events Jafititiry ilst, 1828. ti

thiIMO) hin'h contracting parties may which shall be higher, or othfr than captains and crews of time vessels belong which may take place, it is agreed that a I Mr. Woodbury, from the Committee on
with all security for their pinions, ve.tls those which shall be imposed on every ing to the nation whose interest are committed I merchant belonging to either of tlieirt, Commerce, to whom wa referred a resolution
of the
*-.- and cirgs, freely enter the ports, other navigation, except that which they to their charge! with :ut the inter- : which may be l bound to a port supposed!, ai of 31st ult., concerning the

],I laceA, and rivers, of the Territories of have reserved to themselves, respectively ference of the local authorities, unless the time of its departure, to be blockaded, expediency, harbor of an appropriation. to deep
en ale St. Marks .-in Florida
I
of the other wherever freign'commerce by tl1es: th article of the present the conduct of the crewa, or of the cap shall not, however, be captured or ,condemned mid to ,.
erect a Light House it
and
near
is permitted. They shall be at liberty to treaty. tain, should disturb the.order or tra qiifi.: i for having attempted, a first time, also a resolution of the 15th inst.,; concerning .
sojourn and reside in all parts what oe. AnTlCLfi IX. ty of-the country ; or t'lfi' aaid: .consuls, to enter said port, unless' it can be provedthat I the establishment of a Port of

"er of $aid Tcrritol'ieli ; to rent and occu- There shall not be established, in the vice consuls, or commercial 1 agents should said vessel could and ought to have Entry at St. Marks.and the removal of

py houws and warehouses for their commeice United States of America, Upon the products require their assistance to cause their decisions -. learned the daring in its voyage still, that continued thc blockadeof lint obstructions in the Apalachicala and 0.

; and they shall enjoy generally, I of the soil or industry of the kingdoms to be carried into effect or stipport-: alt..vessels' place which question alter having been warned cilia rivers in Florida made a

the mutt entire becurity and protection ii uf! Sweden and Norway, or of the ed. It is, however, understood, that this off once, during the same voyage, attempta REBOliT : .
tutu mercantile transactions, on condition Island ot St. Bartholomew any prohibition -' species of judgment or arbitration, shall blockaded
second time to enter the same That S>. Marks i is situated in
of then submitting to the laws and or restriction of importation or exportation not deprive the contending parties of tne of said blockade a very cen
port, during the continuance: position) us tti both the Territory.and
ordinances the respective countries. nor any duties of any kind or right they have to resort, on their,retufi, shall then subject themselves to be detained population of Flor.;..da. That its distance

AHTICLK If. I denomination whatsoever, unless such to the judicial authority of theii country. and condemned. fium Pensacola the nearest port of entry,
Swedish and Norwegian!\ els, and prohibitions, restrictions; and duties shall ARTICLE XIV. ARTICLE XIX. I is over two hundred miles,and much greater -
those! of the Island of St. Bartholomew, I likewise, he established upon articles of The aid consul, vice consuls, or commercial The present treaty shall continue in force i fiom St. Augustine and Key West, the

arrivipg cither (luden 0 rin ballast, into the like nature, the growth of any other agents, are authorized to require : fur ten years, counting from the day of the .: only remaining ports of entry in Iol ida..
punt; ot the United States of America, country.A the assistance f1f the local authorities for I exchange of the rat.i.-ations ; and if beforethe .]: That it is the natural outlet of the produce

from MhatcviT place they may come, id, reciprocally, there shall not be the arrest, detention, and imprisonment of, expiration of the first: nine years, iret- ;' of Tallahassee! the capital of Florida, and
shall be treated on their entrance, during established in the Kingdoms of Sweden the deserters from the ships of war and ther of the high contracting parties lIma ;j: the produce several counties in Georgia

their stay, aa.l at their departure, up- and Norway, nor in the Island of St. U rtholomew merchant'vessels of their country ; and, have announced, by an official notification, Ijor.iirinjr, on that prt of the Territory.'
1, nn the same footing as national vessels on the products of the soil or for tin purpose, they shall apply to the to the other, its intention to arrest the ppe- i j!'I T!tat the present amount of intrude is very

coning front the same place) with reaped industry of the United States of America, competent tribunes, judges, and officers, ration of said treaty, it shall remain binding considerable, and a rapid increase of it

to the duties ot'tonnage, light houses, pilotage any prohibition or restrictions of importation and shall, in writing, dens-td said deserters for one year beyond that time, and so justly anticipated. .

and port charges well as to the or exportation, nor any duties of any proving, by the exhibition of the on, until the expiration of the twelvemonths The, details on these. points, and especially .
lJt'J"Juialtu of (puulie officers, and all other kind or denomination whatsoever, unless registers of the vessels, the rolls of the which will follow a similar notification tne last one, ate given with so much ful.

dutirk 0:' cuurgcb whatever kind or denominal such prohibitions, restriction, and duties crews, or by other official document, whatever the time at which it may' ness and ability'in the annexed letter from

!., n, levied& in the name, or \o the be likewise established upon articlesof that such individuals formed part of the take place. the Delegate for Florida, (A.) that the

pn.rit, of Ole Government, the local authorities like nature, the growth of the Islandof crews, and oh this reclamation being thus ARTICLE XX. committee refrain from repeating them.
or of any private establishmentvlutaoever. St. Bartholomew; or of any other place, substantiated,, the surrender shall not be The present treaty shall, .be ratified by From all these circumstances, though some
President of'the United o'fArnerica.by -. 'of the in
the S.tated: anticipations that letter maybe
in case such importation be made into, or refused. '
: and wilh the advice ant co.i.cn of too sanguiue the committee convinced
And, reciprocally, the vessel of thet'aited from the Kingdoms of Sweden and Norway Such deserters, when arrested, shall be : ,
Senate and Hi the Kingof tb of St. Marks be
the by Majesty, .U.q port entry at would
: Stales ct AanricMauivii>j, cnlur ; or of the Kingdoms of Sweden and placed at the disposal of the said consuls,. Swedru and Norwayami the ratifications useful to the ;pbtic interests ; ,.nd; there
laden, '.r in ballast, in tlie purls of thf No- ay, or any other place, in case such vice -nbuls, or co.l1rner ill agents, and shall 1 be exchanged tit: Washington foie- repol t the accompany! bill. .

\iIlKhHilli. of Sweden and Norway, from importation or exportation be made intoor may be confined in the ,public prisons, at within tbe space of nine months t'ruin the In r,pest 19 a light-houttf, the committee -
f Hr place, this nay conic hall be from, the Island ')f St. Bartholomew.AtmcLf. the request ami cit! of thoe who claim signature, or sooner, it*possible.In would. add, thin contiguous country

'-.litii on then entrance, tlurmg their X. them, in order Co bre sent to the vessefk faith whereof. thfc respective Plenipotentiaries is very, luw and flat ; that.the water on the
_} and at their cli-parutr e, upon the All privilegesoitrsitsit, and all bounties which they belonged, or to others of the : have signed the present treaty coast is in maof places shallow and the

mnc looting as nniionul > e#!>eU coming und drawbacks which may be allowed same country. But, if not sent bac* within ; by Duplicates, and have affixed thereto quantity of coasting uavigatioa, passing
iromthe tame placr, w iji respect to the within the territories; of one of the high the space of two months, rectonin- the seats of their arms. Done at ue r,. Yef,*' la rye. These considerations,

dutirs of tonnage i ght o I'-eb, pilotage, contracting parties, upon the importationor from the day of their arrest, they shall: beset Stockholm, the fourth of July, in the coupled with what has before been stated

and port chaigc->, M.. vnI alto the per exportation of any artiicle whatsoever," at liberty and shall not again be arrested year of Grace, one thousand eight hun concerning the trade pf St. Marks itxolf.

fjui- iti-s Ht |iu'>iic theirs, u.nd.all other shall, likewise,be allowed on the articlesof for the same cause. dred and twenty seven.J. have satisfied the committee-; that a light -
dt/trl9( o.ciig- i, whatever k'mdur de- like nature, the products of the soil, or It is understood,' however,, that, if thedcarrtr .. J. APPLETON, [r.. s.] house, at or near St. Marks is ucceha

mi>iiiiuuun, h..a..tt u the: 'f.ame, or to the I industry of th? other contracting party, I liquUl be. found- to hate" c., mijut-. G. COUNT WWETTER3TEDT: [t. ?.] for tbe safety of coUutvce. .

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: ti; erect criv, an appropriation of i-acr tile immense abe of the sugar crops cbeckcrcu, will alVonl, in an extraordinary j or had declared var against the Al* tc1. If no impctVimmts; bin

4\ thousand dollais is deemed sufficient ; and, in Louisiana, and winch supplies at least degree, the means of improving SKJS. This may be :true, or may not. the way sending otT their de-

f t'uninenIy >U>cy recommend U made iu the usual bill fort Stales, are aware how small portion of
tIftfifl ('G The rich lands of thai! Slate are occupied iu nrticfes! .from e very.part of j; to and no more. The third day out may be expected every

: l>>nceru Uc lH* rair otiects.pcdfied its production. Perhaps the lands thus the sanprtrt.S -f<*m 1'oros, the Jane spok*; the Uri hour. But it i is nnt wholly improbable

t.I iu the nrsoiutiiH, the committee do not occupied would trot, in the ,constitute Marks, at present, i i3 only accessible fish gun brig RJleman, lor Smyrna, should the Sultan have determined

:, think the information hilhcrio oblaitied is'uSBcfeiillj tfe'ree >eiHire towtwhtps. They consist of to sm.dl vessels, drawing six and was informed lh.it the United I IStites' upon iJoMil'r.iex, that lie will u.
dennilc justify a41 fljipruprtafion -very narrow *:rir* along the mamn of the he
had tu
Constitution J the means
Fiigate ; Mimmary pesses
e2bt gone
Tcche in the &eulhcrn or feet of water ; large vessels
Jr.. Mississippi and the ,
t cuher to 4cpt'n The harb r or remov notification of
inimed'ate
-*? ,!r trtjrt\on in tl>c livrrt. The harbor of parts of the State. Climate is the mot Leng| compelled to i.sy off the mob; 10 -Port. Malion, to winter. prevent the
the culture of the Com, Advertiser. the fact : f.peciilly: if he is aware, at .
consideration iu
:I. :<:. Marks:, as o ie4 on some charts, hasin'two krrsous oldie river at some distance, ahhou -ii -

pUcvs not \cr seven fpet water at cane, fr it is. by no mans, a plan which there is seldom in i4cr per/if/ps he w, that the Ambassador
; 2anger ; Orleans l'assc-Tern-s.
.. ( ; any From J'nf. New
soil of trtihity.I
other leslfc requires a extroortliaary
tides and in places to direct
neap sundry have a discretionary power
LOtii"Mini the easou of trade as the winds are :11flXICOfhe arrest nf General
Hence it is that so small it ol ,
it I a
I m tcu feet. \ \ order to deepen Ji rieraUy. pa in the ofv ':
< such event .
no actual survey bat been tsiad t)* or the St'e of Georgia, is adapted tons oil the land ; so that, e\cn under.pre- Krava.-Judgment and llzcctitionr proceedings,

the' % Irnnd quantity OIhe m.iteriA tn r.c ti;. The riser {' 'sent circumstances it labors under very -r> (krt. Aruntf.Mre former rupturr, as to them may seem I
WlifVfd (" v hic1< forms, the-ccndoil of the noi1U -andI most expedient." -
;
tiMttowd though they rv little
;; : greater disadvantages than have received intelligence!! from
I smith winds, if piokalily Tlw'cuuse 4 f rcryi
and tho ofDe-
conMtt chie'fif of ?(iinl chflU.hi pOM1I. The Courier of evening
ant! bar not \ery exte*)'..iTC.jt ; :) i w H(1 inequalities of s-fasous, ; Mubilf. Tiie river, however, is nar- .Mexico, as laic as the 15ih January. from the Paris

I oit ttii I )U VUI 1iUUI Ifl1 TiPit 1 %%t4Cui tcn to mnder the vrop a less certsit: row, and ihe fhannt-l xooked, for six The government manifested at that ember ?, copies papers

L: mould be t.Mind thai) \es* -l* dttu iii OKAmi it is, moreover, tIt' opinion <>l I orbove*: niles to the fort of St. iMaiks, time *much' unqmetncss and vigihnce 1. of th*: 6th, sundry extracts fioin

of water could enter the 'q j 11 iitfovined persons thnt the fiii nvoFtlic > die Aiiir.- burg, and llu AllgemeinnZuttinti
:11. niniami ten Icet j at tlr.'iuflcVioii! of the river of thai -.tecotr.it of a new conspiracy which
St Marks, soil and the Jainj>ius> of rlie ciis! *le, '
ftfccnd the liver to the lit of December! incltirive.
harlMtr and :, lo -
ofn rcasos.abk i sum j have sit iujurioii c'ffect on The quality viI j iianze, ail ibt? Ur; kuHa, the buildings xvns discovered, and in which ws= [
nfiet expenditure ticl tndtr the hoatl
si n The
,I; HI retwovin r the obstructions, rnig2:' be I the stijrii', Hiid vender il unfit foi tra i..>por- j of the for are occupied at piRsent :is Bravo, whu has beeu arrested. Ou ai Nov.> <>

no olyectof sufficient public consequence, I t at ion to foreign count: .s. The sugur warehouses. The obstr icti andvrtaksw Otherwise.any which, wjlhiu a few years past has been sot so late as our former advices, to 4
i justify the channel consist tif IOMJJ named Gregoria Arana who
j ijrinow spits, ,
confer hut little benefit' made OK the siiilh spois of high land to the Coin
would of tiu
I expenditure of that particular place. weslje-flbo: Mississippi, xn: ntvtt iiic ca s:, '.. birh it'.tutiock, au<] arc hl-rIt4.d by was con sponding with Spain, under quote the langu tgo iei\
the commerce
on omiiunu!
or of the Union.IJoice is mid J<> b<' cf sopetor tji .iuty, nre !ry. r oy>i' beds occasitKsaJIy 1 lei l: \lry l>ytin1 the suniMise'd' name of Goronimo "reads lather *? as lotuo" piI'illcDispositions : -

the Committee recommend onlaturvey and caj'aMc i"bt!i 'l l Cpi fo a lonvi tune.j ( Uje .. The principal oiie is called i Gumpuiti, was &hot in the city of of the Porte. But

of the harbor and river f "St.I .j I do not hesitate to .ay, that tinrittnatf of I tb'? Drvi's Elbow, about halfway; I! Mexico. The governtnont has sufI tlieeditor-adtls, "that the aimoiuuowu3iit -
the piactkaWJity ol Middle FJojkla: is in son.e repc.ts preferable Gazcth do.France itself
Alntls with a view to bv the ?
I, to ll.altf Luu' iana. It lis> linblchuiititi up lo JJiii foil ; it is believed that the I fered to l IK {Miblished a pwjteuded- *
and that an appropriation
:: the above for this objects, be tncorpotRted into V) c1)flge.., s iikL anil removal of/his/ which consists jf loose i port of his trial before the council ofj thai-down ta four o'clock on the 11thult.
pm pose
similar The jrent di iix'SS o"lho soil sill\ > shvI) each other would who condemned him have ., the Amb ssadoi-s had not quitted
: the frcnrral bill for surreys. .\ sier > piled on j war, : we j ji
the other rivers liurf favoiablo! rnllueitce xtn The tji :.'i'y ofstujjr CGUStautiiiople amounts to nothing
;
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1 As to the obstructions iiv" at o'e ten or more fir-ei water i ioceiv .v zhie least the succ.ifu1
the committee do not yet seo good rou at etvrr.'nrh lor as the Divan wore not to givt
1 at the expense iett Ive been madr exiii'm' ?! :? j jrrstilt. 110 the fort which is equal to iiit: carn jibe proceeding, but nothing on thv ,
to ccoratuend even a survey
i s Il is n-cll know tl.n't .! il River Uar merits of the their decision tiil the evening of time
of the General llorernment. They thd.ijr. Dog st ieiiiiJrs case, no testimony, r.oj

,, think the population upon their border IK r-uj ur* of lirasil, and the tmiscovadw-j o< ; bulov MobiJe. TVom tIme lesIhin1ot pleadings ; the author satisfies immni- I illb, or prolj.ibU"? till the morning of

iC limited, and the Cuba, iiopoited into the United StaU- an- 1 1I ihe12th of cours no fresh h occasion
yet (oo small, the trade too I IFlmidx. lean obtain, the expense s<;lf with informing the puWic that as ,
made soils. The of Mi ldle
01 dry
benefits anticipate from tl'ic' measure too wtiJ: jirwbably paiTake stigai of this cha- j oJ l five or sx thousand: doll iri, to accoinjlisb ;I to the facts that relate to General A- coild have ar.sen for any preceding
betaken towards an **
local, for to
step the of the Ambassadors.
p. object, which any, in Jnm 'nt wil ptobably require ractir, and may pti. siuly he found es well f t-j's object! and to nice out''I i lana, a- well as the. Generals Echa- on part

ttl so large a draft -on the funds of the adapf lo the n e of the ri lnaiics ns those j jr.hlch 1he.caiq't! in a proper mariner by yarn 4ttd Negrete, he is not permiticd rj'he Courier; aio doubts tho statement
ir-r i.' pc'itcif.! Vh se ife fcwuiljc { of the Gazette thut
: Vinon. buoys, would be stiilicient. Enterpriziii2 to div&?j*,c th >es. llic production of our country, which j
(A.) individuals of that time arrives. the Ambassadors were to remain till
entrji..*!o its commerce or con5.inipfi >fl, j vicinity arc
t; To Mr. Woodhnry, Chairman of thc CommlUu thai add more tf> its wealth and comfort. alre.idy en: aged it ni"king establishnit'ins Gen. Bravo was attacked and nr-ide the Pih, having given to the Porto

on Cvmincrct, in Ihc Senate. A large propunion of the sugars imp rUulr on Jhc S t. M.uks, in and above prisoner at Tul-mcuigo, by tho divi- seven day to accept tiro iHtcrVemmtiozI.I1II ..

Sin. : Believing-' that somecst111"1! "*r Cvuntrit'_ n..M& here countries the balance arc re-exp.te.of ud'! to ic the fo -r, for lhi rovvptiua of tUe trade sion of General Vinccnte* CJtierrero.A question was no httgt'r t one of
*H writtj r IP measure irpocvi by meus
,, the Delegate of tn Territory Florida, ;4itinit u?; xvhiie our sngai s Rrecoii5i r ii'd of that pnrt of Florid t and Georgia : proclamation cf the ] le.\ic-:: : announces forbearance osi the part ( f the AmbasCTcloio -

in relation to thr-ostabllslimeut of port
I at tit. -Marks, the erection of a lightfioiift 'ppro1tci's the consiunpticm, a pn-ater arffrMjjn a tin; niviratitin{ of tltuse! singular stylo ; "Immortal Glory to iho Hero on time jmrt of the Sultan.
and fhiroproeuint of the haiiior, motmt () Msprnrs u ill! be left for tho
'H water courjjos, which, kC, tJieArethiisaofGwcr of the Nation to the Son of V/ar to From th* 1\cv* Yttrl- 5farvw; Co urirr.
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might be acceptable to yonr Cot'imSttre; i l'rp of commerce. Jn tli):i< vvay, atvinrc ,
take the liberty of addrcs ;.'ig you on the hicrea inof our domestic and ff.ivipn riseatonreout of the Supporter of our Institutions, to 'I'ho jirtj'jt question in relation to -

't: Fubject. It is one, I roucoitr, of great iut- trade, and aug nie tm7 f! e ivcnUhniul CLHI- tile grstmnd. Tiie great dosuK'.raAj: insu the Slave of the Law, to the disinter- Turkey IiiI! not yet been decided ;

;., J ouance. to Middle Fioriiln, nnd the a:%irm
'Si joiningcounties' uf the JSialcV.f &eii'rgia. I: hojm I sh.iil; not bo considered as here fyund in abundance.; Tinsuprily the Invincible, to the immortal: ( 'mertfJ tKtaiit-y! gained ground. The
I. St. Andrew's Bar. which, ,
I 10111 peiaaps trespassing unreasonably I f.
; on your ni-; ; prints hi
aiHwar to
nexttolnatof IVt: .acoIa, is the mosi ini- as much water as could 1- e- I [ :;c.
F j oiUnt on that pat oi the coasi; foTnmjui, : .i4I1e: .v these detail*, which it lirst siiecJ; and the nature' of the ioindr.rdscxtraordinarv I Here follows the list of the officers the puMic! miibl for such n

n, ttwre i< wo pi actviih, the exception of St.Maiks | IjtkV, may appear foivipn to the sub- I < facilities for uii- I arrested at Tulancingo, (mortally I esult: a-s will be seen by the follow

i: likely to be of any great iMiporfiincc -j ject of 11:3- Jester ; but when it is co'i- ;irig the two lakr-, Jackson v and Mirkasnky wounded.) ing-cstrncts from the Courier of the
nt> ahaibor. The roatt is gmrnillybhallim jsidered thut: ; is of those nrtijc.
sircar cm; .:/th! December.Osj .
with the \Vakulla and the Sc.To G nc'ial Colonel I
.. -, a.iul tTir) Jas>d low and m.irstj.) .' .Bravo. *- na-
Tke A]>pa1ach< Bay, fuiTned by fle rivers \\\lnch v-il! equine clue of transporlaltOiS .::1ai cio Guttierrt-z, Fdex Tres Palarios: the llth uU., the Divan was

Ododt(1L' aiwl St. Mark, is a wi.larjil the imjwrt-ewc' : of irsrprovjhi the vi.-wsl: l have tmrgetcd, 1 M-niauo; Urrea.'L'C expected to announce tire tlnal decision
4, die! *1wris TcDvlut" iwtrdz i ih-? Imbor) u S. Marks: liVj suMr- of lift Ottoman
jb-g leave: to add, iu hail
( they n;>;roulo ihc point tvhirh forms
CSt point fur : from ih 1-inds
.shipment ihnl! decision be which
I theentiaaceof the ri'eISt. Mark Tic j vesseis bound fiont the Northern and I nandez, JoaqummiCorrea. I one


found without the aid of a pilot ot ;iccrmnf cane, will be ndutl'j'.l: :lo Oc as1: object : > ports of liiat vicinity in I the Gull''j't i Mi oftye! i Jlh 'n' tii.i ausl ih'e of tho first .
gteat y itnpzjn.t& their; ; he
Ioi'cc of the *hi, and having iliv- I Mi.rJco: ; fir parsing (ho? TcrJtii I i/5t ij .wish :o in; uudnrstoor! al--o t
1 usw.'aklhtf.nf to have tak'.Mi place -eailier than
K 1iigtii.iiing OJyct l, meet 1te: eye, T'tenecessjly i ; ttjAe ibis part of the const: and tain, Vicente Montano, Miguel Oluhirricia -
; !
4 frado
heprola1.'i of ths-
: S 1 tfce evening of ij u I2h? or the morning
ofi hgfut-lioii.; wi1J.therefie! -, e ; WKU:: tk'i"iw} ynjars pi: several Manual Vargas; Jose Antonio ,
_ ..! Tcadily evti proTiurd th'p.rren* or future tract cf cojHitry, t'-t of its irtti..l ssiuti of the IS'h.:
Panii Anselmo Llanc Tatw
JWK K ; in ;i i-Mge iunouat )jiropertv, #, ,
:. fiade J>e wch aa to jtuiify tht- Guveinnxutin ;n, fui; every: thiui: there is but its
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ltcjVC liiii tISO rst1t 01 tim b1rtftelI Mtmn tie la Torre Manuel BhtrCds i Vt"e1rtve: rociMVtx via P.iris news
_______1 11 I1)1ua.ig tfw; esj cnM'. Thctioundon 4 a tno of iifi.n.y. 1Iii,, the} I
side condition of tliH la, d. And in order to CimiioInt1 Ta1e_ ---
: iheoaU of the ojttMur oi ho ri-
; i.tr 'il ,e fj.4ut -I ie-gt'1JCft! o1tm.! lar.dmg of Fabvier
i.ofl'ers: thc i-jectk I ti'.e! Coinitnttfe I ;M 4.martc. Jose MamHjljoa.36e ,
luuc-J
tvcry ativnriinjje ir j>rost.vl t:l m nw accurate
a.-l .. Loni Covbriino
UHivj t1v netardItaud ot supported by in the
ft -' 'e..1 L.3% UttjUiI CampuiOjburgeon Artillery. ,
of a Ji ?-t io fc<*. This p'ncc s oM'l be vaaitlui .. IljtI
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*j.e iTnij'ci uiiwl Stales which I v/'ool-.i as groatly- I actet! n-e I Ii l'f tho river S(. M.irks, I have the hop Francisco Vidaurre, Secretary to I sic of Scio, readied
lijnUo fs"qui-U cruiir.r.s auurcoa i I or nf ir.Mi iiitiiug herewUh :a sketch (Jon Bravo. I wiiil the Divan was deliberating ou
v.oiild
_ _ is i jp-0'.vtli. coiicidcr it a l.nvi ;
fh I-'ii 'Ia t Jo p1 'tl'L1 iii ;; Z. i .%iitKH:'lv if 1 wrr to : ih.u ;[ e of-hai! river from St. Marks lo the The Pamphlets published ai Mex-1 I i li.n; b.utle oflSavariu.: Tiie AIic! ,
say
t pre>MK. to the & .S1.1.t! ctt ; ;-: t.h Jfi : Wiy: oflanri in Middle t'io.Ma' (){'; a n, ico, am trying to throw on the Ei-j I i it v/afc at once concluded, had taken
ri\e) ihrv i>avc uolhul ihri ol rcf.s ;
ti; Taiupa i/ay, a di ,tan'V <7i'i mr or am! i iii the i2j:. th.it; tMiterprlfx and this in-

tht ir.nulredntiles.) "ihrt ib'< ctJfi<.uJ 'rtt"n n, I : to the cultivation! of suj taatrjp.'t.vj : i I an apropriation] for removing th( i conspiratiun, whose object is to establish rrfcyscd thij irritation whitli had previously

> it, b tHCII che Genet;t) Gin ri'wutiJirrc:- cano, i.s five limes as crealasthat} Natural iii ai ip. of the Ocilla, bul'hjvJofj -tht* aiiihority of'the King of coated.On S

-- i Jy ci.-nc-eined.tt: fat from hointhe most imp -! ; i ir: orltlvution en IIH aclually Its-it ivo.I, ilit: the Committee will Spain: ; however, in examining !K? I irst j jol the 9th lt, ir is stated, time lleisI

: 'J it..ijt. it is true, that tht: cnnilnercr of SM .irplrintiti : rc.y.jlu- previous oraminatioa and the conspirators arresu'd with Gen. I iv.r.Midi made known to tiie Dr-v o
2 It.r country tle|>endart Olt the harbor of Si. ;ns af ?v'MiiMna> :: ; ,jsd o UsI litiu1 i iIf i
Mark*, is, at piesent tcomparatively fTrni*,!, ( .p1tin; ; ( tue rt'; rijt from Cite Engu; 4r.s, I c.uionlya Bravo, ihere is only one European irs.tns ol England, France, and l.as-
IMlccn sngaof 'k fiir a small: sum at this lime in the whose si-i.j that ail intercourse
delISiitJig of a lew nchooiit-rs cuiplnyj-tl I a superior; ip.rdin% Those lands j toiiiakw number, name is Maria- ; : vrih the ihreo
thut place Hnd New Orlrai.s, atul the such a Urrea all the others Courts
Creoles
hive heady boon ptiroiia cd in- survey Ito are was suspc-nded till they de-
occnsiona! arrival of vesvrk- the iarae I by 1 have the honor bt
tlividtiaU lo aud that circumstance ought particularly Ms'rJ; from interferiniT in the :rifiVrs
class from the. orlhcrn ports ; )hut 1 think or are luy! entered at the

:i s1jlzi glantf al the nap ef that) count iv.rnd Land OfTice. Those who have -ttlcilihein Your. most olit. scrvV. to alarm the government, it of Greece, and tHl it should be aoree'dto

otit Jos A!. White. showing that the natives themselves give llli
a view dl ttse iaj>ul developrmcnt are all, more or less, enpnticd : Sublimity" an indermtficatJon -

? resources, will satisfy your Committee I i i the cultivation of the cane. The January 10th, 1828.Juporluntjrom are still dissatisfied with the new order for the toss of his fleet, and
that this* ill not continue lot a nntchnn-
of tlnTi saiusfaction for the
these suto'ois ;;: afTiont olfered to
than tluec grrtatlTpnrtof labonoiis
prridtl. It i is little more I are -
I) per> ears since the rt-n-.oval the {ndiiif.c, and ami industrious rtrncrsvho FOiflEGN. The proscription law against tlio the Ottoimn ling.

tii ce the lust fcirokc (lithe axtMs heaidTI put their own hands to the plough; fc. r---== __- Spaniards cootniucs to receive its execution. The Ambassadors arc stated to

F < its worlds, and in that juried it has ac- such is tio! mildness of the suiumers; Uibraitui'..--A itt- I 1 During ten days, upward! h.rve; replied on live lOut, u, hen it was

h I iiiired thousand Apopulaiion s.iuts. t'lrtthort'1 he vatuable of four sates or"live that thry find it as easy to \vtir!; tn I tMhas been received iu town, from I Itiie of one hund-ed prompts have emhaikKil 4 conjectured thf-y demanded; their

of the: tract of rich ant iVitile Land, which the fit-Ms, as in the iijjpvr parts of j house Hubert Anderson & Co. j fur Netv OriMau ; they aie h1tSSPTt5..0fl ih-c same day the KoisLrfouui

1 ha\e no outlet c-3tcet.tinjj-the harbor of St.jVlnike North Carolin.1, South Carolina, ,s ttcI Icora. ![ dated; 2'2docember, which states I I almost ali miiitaty men. is reported to hive signifiedto

_. must, in a f hort'time, force tliemccireson ( I'he lauds of better j[ that the GRAND SE'GNORhad' the Austrian intoinuncio time desire
a Latest
.l17lifl(1.-l3V
qua- from the
the attention of commerce.Kearly
lily, 1\ lug for the most in small ; IECLflltVAEt! ag-.inst Russia, of the Porto to remain at peacer
the hole of the extensive tract part : Packet Ship John Jay, Capt. Ilold.edge -
tvhich lies south of the Flint river, embracing bodies, but snrroun.'ed, by fine pasturage France, and F.r.glunJ. From the respectability : from Liverpool, the Editors and to have icq'stcd his intervention.

_ screral valuahle counties of Georgia, afford only occasional situations of this Iloti e, there can j 1)ftJIe N. Y. Comifterciai, Advcrtrser : .

particularly Decatur nnct Thomas "n have
which stretches from the Oclotkney to the ; received rlieir fik-s of London
count. \Ve have been favored been ordered on the '
hence the politely largest
sea-
uwnney, perhaps of sufficient extent to proportion of \\ !bite population papers to the evening of the 7tii ot ;

_1 forma pec4aUc State, must look to St. will be muchmoro considerable with tie almvc! information bvMessrs. December, inclusive, Liverpool to tIifrtressesoii the Danube had beeustrentrthetfed.

outlet for its trade. (I. \V. fc II. Diueti.I and the Sultan _
Marks ns the only than it might be It is wa n
supposed. true the 8th. and Llovd's J .t ot ih* Ti\\, _\_
into The produce commerce of,this and region which, uhich nlieady will forms enter t that but few would possess the means he struggle about to commence It will; 1m seen Iror.i the Liverpool- bom to rtrpair to A.'rianople.Ffam .

nn item of export, corsists of cotton, sugar, I of erecting sugar-works at the espouse between the! Porte, and England, Chronirle of lime Sth of December, the GLtlc of 6th Dec. .
-p
-. nnd hides. The sea Hand cotton is pioduccd of t five or ten thousand dollars, which France, and Russia, will doubtless be- that: Suelson, the late Teller of the? Half p'istl.-Afserthe Globe !hatlbewirinnlateci

at a distance of hilly miles from has liitherlo been thought bloody <;nd protracted. As to tho .
absolutely Bank
Petersburg has bueu arrested an extra was issiedt
the sen, but the quality is better in ] rAporIion expulsion of time Turkish from
indispensable but of late I informed pmver
; am
- at Liverpool. announcing "th.it at the late of dio'
io the proximity to the coast. I hr.vr
that Europe, we are satisfied the combined -
?eiy little doubi hut a much larger proportion important improvements are The sm:afi f ox has made great ravages 1et accounts tlil:? Ambassadors of tbo

- of lands, in thai quarter, are adapt- about to be made, by which die plan. forces will find ii no easy matter ; hi Faimouth. In all the cases three Allied Powers hnd been refused

td to ihecultuie of cotton than is generally ters in middling circumstances will and the idea of its annihilation is'ridiculous. where it terminated Couriers
fatally, the sub passports for so that no
soils of a secondary, and even The armies of England
supposed be enabled
; to cultivate the
cane to equal jects had not been vaccinued. further dtsputches could be
: inintoi kinds, being capable of producing and Franco under Abcrcrombic I5onaparto expectedfrom
that is -
advantage by the
it. From the best information i have been ; establishment There is but precious little political hem ; and that they were expecfed -
Menofl and
Kleber
did little
flbJe to collect, several thousand bales of, of sugar works by persons intelligence, if any. Not a word to leave Constantinople imiuo-

- ; cottonof a superior quality, will form thecropofth.e unconnected with the plantations, for else than mark the sands of Egypt later from d I ialely
Constantinople from
or *
There is another by their footsteps and little
the
coming year. purpose-of manufacturing the cane ; wore "the Lies of Greece **
- sonrc of veaiih which bids fair to become culiivatet) by others. The wealthy can be deny by the Allies, now that ihart has been FRANCE.-Tho) clissaiisfactioB
before In the vastgrac&y published. A feiv.siraggting unofficial the
important many years. against continues
ministry
the Ottoaian; and
planter \vho has troops are acquainted
land which spread fifty or a hundred items however
undulating pine from the East oft
that a change will take is
with place: almost
from the Flint river lo the coast, checker hands, and owning a large body of Europeon tactics, and are head o old dates have beeu
gathered together reduced
ed only by spott of'fentte land, the stocks laud will have within himself all the ed by as br ive officers us are to be and to a certainty. The following

I of cat Tie are increasing with incredible ra- means of carrying on all his found in the world. Spain appears I strengthen the impression is an extract of a letter fro'ii our
sugar that the Turks
pidity. Many individuals ow from one to be were making warlike correspondent, dated Havre 2d Dec.
: plantation but where be resuming some sort of rank among ,
; a place can
hundred to tTthmuaud he rl, adts thes preparations flow could they do "The elections
lands are sufficient
every tbre yeaM.Tttna 'he readiU hill result
that Hieir hiu'es, and Jhe dried beef who labor with their own liJiuh, or thraldrom.Merchants'. in peace or the minority. It is theiefoio expected

f)r the Havana market, may form tits an- derive but little Telegraph. in wart Under any circumstances of that some changes at head .
_- assistance from slaves qI1tp.ters
important item of the exports nt'St. Mark ; the case, the Porte, in such an emer- will take
_- -Perhaps live sCodct, especially J-ogs, conzideringU and yet that number of families would Rumor of War..-The brig Jane, genry could do no less than make piaco ; probibly Pyru- -
a
the obnoxious
mus or Corbierer
with which a voyage suffice to support an establishment on which sailed from this most
_ .
some show of
port
_- of ciieigy, mid a display ofstrength. rrwalsiri's! of ViUele will be
,
can be periormed bjtaking advantage the largest scale* From these details: months since with provisions for the removed
,
wind in the *iuter, at Even
VillelohiiBself
n northerly < from ibis .ifty to I hope it will be seen that 1 indulge! Greeks, returned I here yestorda '.-. the ,appears to grapple
s dqLt' future day, be seu place } By following, which is the lead still, and not to dospair
Cuhn. in no visionary prospect* when I assort She sailed from Poros on time 18th drawing
: ing paragraph in the Courier of the him
to by promises and favors
_ _ Hut by far the most raJoable product of I that, however humble the trade of N 'ember, and from Gibraltar on Gilt, it will be perceived that they ral of the, ; Idectors. sevo

___J 'he country u ill be the article of sugar ; t,f St. Marks at the present day, the 26th of December. A letter was I were without iator information from now The Censorship
; ud in this iice! I hare iio hesitation in before it be received was announced as intended to

1_ _ s.iviug, that Mi
t-ent counties tf Gforiria are destined! nt no city, There i isno intelligence fiui Vi- *imvftly cifcdit ir. It Krcrt.r.nthowrr
might add that the

r pm K'OinrdoracftJc trade. J'cw who con- viicji! the surface of that country is of tlic day was, tlwi the tfrapd Seign- than ihat "which wo have cotinjwi ). h! % ciixik-tl pjMrs
1 t to 1QO, and ih.t; all

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the rulrmtors; and their more Immediate r also have had the direction and sn- I secu:eJ the prisoner. True it is, the coanteHtit P. about to

adherents, arc reserving for that i, perintendanre of it. The troops arc t dollars were passed-Moore was them was ihe fake possession of, PensacotaPrice Current
Spauish
nested-committed and- et | frigate came
closing prolusion of honor* Cottons now engaged on the southern section, Ht Liberty up Corrected
Truly we are in an enviable nod the action with her weekly the
situation ,fur J'cnsacyt
Are brisk, anal sugars aiJv.aicing! ; coffee i which will scion be completed which The commenced. ,
Guerrero
did Gazette.
seem? also inchnint Jo revive" will make a very safe and pleasant In the Legislate Kentucky the Sen- I not surrender un- !.! Baff'off.
til she had expended all her -yard 23 to 228 els
.
Parts Dec. 2. A courier who communication ale have, adopted a Resolution ammunition Bale
arrived ; investigate
through an interesting to and fired the last shot t I i Hope, I b. ]o to |&: .,
the charge of bargain und on board. Bacon "
Vtslcrchv from Vienna has sccri.m of cOlJnlrv.-lclcm. corruption 7 |a 'i

bro'iuht the full-win: ; intelligence : Flor'ula Sug( r.-We return our relation made against Jo tae 3tessrs.Ad.ims last Preeideniial an.l Clay, iu I Commercial Register.SATURDAY Reef, *>bl- P to W &
election. A Butter.Country
I On the 101; of tiiis; month, a grand thanks to Col. HITMIMIRKVS for; the I Committee has been clothed with jarllll. ISonhcru Ib. 13 to 16 cl*
power toj 1 ro to 25 ,.
1)ih IwI..If Constantinople! very fine specimen of Misur which he send for persons and pnpers, and to examine The particulars of the late Naval ', fleel' U'au. |lb. 1>2 to 25

.tid the answer i j the Ambassadors i iJ has sent to us, being the produce of I! testimony on the subject, and on (lie I Action, and the death of Capt.. Porter l'I Cotton, Upland 1, to 1) .n.
I 27th Januftiy had issue d subpoMini ai.ddespatched I i Copperas, bv, the bbl Ib. 3 j
ol the three Powers u'Jt thwrc Jecid-i his plantation iu the Alachua. This on tire
runners for some fitly or sit. authority of a passenger (I I Cofiee, Prune Utceu: by the

ell l on. { is a specimen, which, in judgment ty peisous" to give evidence before'them. ,Jtis st arrived from Havana, are given in I i bag-lb. 16 to ]g c3.

11. Before any np". ';\:::lion, and I I and the judgment of other& v.uald docredi the Louisiana Advertiser of the 23ti! !!I Corn, by the Cargo, buih. 73 cist

as < liieiiminary rondii.o! the thieepi'ver" : to any planter of any country 1'"ru"Potu River.V olwerve with ult., received yesterd.iv. The .t:. Cordage, lb. 16 cts.
pira-iiri-he: ( arrival 1 of he action Cheese Ib.
shall} renounce ail .:item POliull in tie world n..ryf'an'T.: Cap:. took 910 10 ct3.
: i'C.. kiI.! fn.ni Vellow place off B.umas
: i Watrr ; UM.SM i the firx I a fortified Com Meal, luish. (uone) 100
direct 01 !indued, in the ail ms of'I ur- 1H.. Ji i is the! }produce of the eastside BaiEtwhich hal Jewnl l this ruer, and the : town four leagues to leeward of I flour, Western bbl. 6 $
lit'a' :1111) Unpl"fJ. of the "Sand enterpri !ii<; iiidi\idi.i; ; whu have reamed tin: Havana
Northern
: Batik. Idem.
I and the fort it 6 76
(.L?lructioIl8 ha navigation de!ervc the ,hulk appeals, during -
.1. FIr three powers :Till):) make ._- -. -:" I I If '.f MT\ nt.A':! of I'cnstcoJa.Ve! areiufoiini the engagement, contributed materially Gin, Holland, Gall. 1 25 to 1 CO

'". pluh.cahJ solemn reparation to tiir 00FKIPXY. 1. Ib.ltll'l idiirtjulty will hereafter be pf'rillI-| to disable the ( oulllr ? 13
1 Guerrero.
J
k kT crl! "y n'I'((>s, iii -srentlinj Vellow! Water, Shc ( unpo&tlt"Keg', 6 50 to 7 60
Ottoman+ Porte, for the! insult! offered ] -- --- j aid tliiH.i facil.jv; IS given t(> a ruiidi.ler.bic extent was lowed into Havana a complete t1.d.s. lhv Ib. 0 cu.

I. its llic! at \alriu.. '" I of bark co, titiv, t\> briiiij its puiluce to \vreck.-Idem. Salted ,C 6

:d. Tilt three powers shall encageto out cilv. I Iron. Ib. rvi- tn A4-.

, whih; indemnify the Sublime w ..-- From the Louisiana Adrrrliscr. Lumber, \"t.1I.Pmp., M. 12 to 10 $

1 I'orte: fall i all the losses resulting from From lilt Xcrfolk Bt'lrm. Fe.' llth.Arrinil ?t'aral.iction.-The fallowing account lied (Ydai. pn.ue ilO Cti cubic ft.Stavci. .'
of the 1 between the U". I). Hhd. M. 18 to 20 $
:!his ill.ult. of the FalmnnthV engagement Pipe 20 to 25
?
t. Mexican:
t On the receipt of this answer, ;Mr. h at t' nwdi i pleasure iu brig Guenwio, and three Slim-les! 2J to 5 ,.

Stratford CanningdetnandeItirrnlu) I l iiu.iouacingthfsirnvyl ; Spanish vessels has been h-,.ded lous Leather. C'peaSiJe: 250 to 4 23 ctJ..J41 .
1IlIlwoflbc
: U. S. !
SUop oi :* 110.
t' : 23
by a in vessel to 31
passenger a :Ist arrived -
iu older to forward it to hit LO"tru.Jlt.l ; War l'aimautht Captain( CII.+RLES from H' While J lia:i i.etc:, 0' .. I. bbl. 8?
I tvana we i Limem .-
its orders The fir-
and tdke W. MORGAK >
rcanectir! which I 6
inirhsoliciJude the death of the .. *
tI.H1; was refined. The French ,nO1u9cian I II hind Lecn 'I'Jh; from gallant officer 3 b ..
c_ tin- who! comni'inuVd the Guerrero VIolasscs, Gal.2WiIj .
we 30 to 36 cti
Amlnx adors) fliJ not th.nk time that ,
: i ;.L\rtLi1 ;lit, It\ had ('h 1 ipsed 1 sinn; her t\\. cannot help admiring the daunt'fv' cut, Ib. 9 cts.
' lit: to expu. lU'iiiM'lves. to a ssiinil;);r parture from Boston. She' U
I'erltf Sans ando P.I. :bravery -nd heroic with; rougbt, ? lSI to 25 m..
J'eitr.
n-fu .'. below Old Point perseverance i Pitch, bbl.
> 0:1: Fri.l ni"lii.m : hich} he defended 4 S
T'u A'.Mrhn! Imerminrio 'i. (t- t -- -" *'e learn will come to"its'a his flag. After .i'or k. bbl. 0 to 11 ,
l'" rajuih'1ceditt d. I.
I all JTwrH/-The! up \ \ 'his .ciion wo the
1'uftl: {.lore tli" p !i.lio. a cornier to r : -'iI.I'./ "'f.Tl'-rfly bflMet-ll tJjf t'u.tciliate.H l V.ird) first wind. She siilr.l;! 1 rjn"n presume Spani.tnUtYIl I'ofatoe Pepper, b. .25 ccb.
I nor lie uiuious Irinh, bbl. 2
to $
Yi1t.: ; This cmcr.15! cuirgrlvi f : of Anl.71Cit.t11(1 thc King <..t'1 -ij-n! I )Blunt on the 20th uf I come iu con-
J-ttiUirv Sv ttt biin.ilosin .
I am with of > 621j ctJ
t ict the Mexican cruiz-: ;
,le.! luchcs LIt! three Amb.u-j f .tit Norway <>OCIIMAS i the first page oJ t tni'i tint any
\ : : on n';!ht cspfriunccd a violentgle l Ihl.t 4 $
/ -th,' UI : il I"remJ ill I ers on equal terms.
: ;.al( eil'! w appearlu
s.I.ltrs'ttnl it U-J. f'"ni henna that ; ; I from \. W.t lvhich'oIllla'il i Rice, cwt.Ilotign. 4j .
our next. "On the 10th
iirst. de
.., : r(1 J tliv '\' Il a =pitchar- bush. CO t o f>2| ctt..
ItJSe :u rt ,a'r tier ; fl arc tutee da5.. For 18 hours she
+ H --eo-- nil: r.ved at Havana, that the Mexican Iluiu, Jam <>al. 1 25 to 1 5O
't'' Ij.',1 :0: 111' vU\'Julllcnt of l FrancePtifis I There was nn niiu! failure of tr-f) :(,I'b- 1-forr the wisd, but the! si-writ ? of b'lg Gueneio C Porter was I N" Itlo.. 45 toO
in
EJ.I I I. rrn M.til on \\-.dtCibi..ii 2.01.1 liu- ipu llaiieng, Muscatel Lox
.1.'d III jraln incrensintr! she was afterVt.rds : 4 to 5 $
| ."'If.il Corn I brought I one I f'ltt'l lio.n C'81h'lrn CJDIC action as iII; the two .Sj.JUiiah\ Bloim "
; 4
4th lhr.-I wrote hy scudded: 3J to ]
you of old slate undei r a close r'efedfbrestiil / of Am.ilia: and! Al.irtv ofl
| A'.i.-o ic paper liomNevvY.iik brig* war ] Sugar, New Orleans, m bbls. g ctg.C3 .
:t.,' ('leeii .M ib which! .:tH'lj'f:5tC ) the
f larbo
and iVw Western : ; :ird bower anchor
I a p.iperi.llio.l : Baunos, (n small) fortified to .n1 a t'cvvmiles I do. in laid*. to 8i

tt..dfI I t d_:- lht (1 ice of this!: Wutcis supposed___ to be the cau c.i \vasculawavto' 1'chtpn- ; her rp"ain-I i to leeward of Havana) when: Lnafaiid Lump 20 to 22 cts.
r'-4fhin2 in : for the Shot, ba .
L'v'ipo-u : tile also being new, stretclio.l so that she' ; 3 $
Dtsji.itch ihf. .V/t/7.-On Sunday last'rit the Spanish frigate Leali.td immodiately i Salt, iu 4 bush
,,.I+- to', 'n *- imiunicatr to soil the nf 1 labored) much and sustained bags, 3: to 3 4 $
IrCt.iH'l l iiie Fluiila Aiivnc.itfS ol iJnii very sot:"- xot under way ; previous to the Bu.hel, 75 cts.

.,1"H.ftantt which !b. > s'm'*.' [feel ;; and L'Li Khy.. Wt'illihauk i|| tale: rubluherol damage in her rh.tins and lower ri- appc irance of the frigate, the G.;oi- S.-jars. American l\f 2 $

H'C4 ,v"%d! h. The- Grand: Sultan ti.e Advocate to av when they were gin,;, The iron !hand round the mainmast rero had driven the brigs close under Spanish I 12 to 20 $

J... .ibi,lust relied I hl!! j' dt-posiU'd ilie Pot Ollice that > Stoel German Ib.
< iy ; tt n1l> )rot.tt'.4 : in ; *e IJ.Nr just ai.ove the burst 17 cty
I p.irlin rs, the Fort where they anchored after
1r jhe itree .ill ,-th! \Hr ilHJ : udenvor to nsci i tain to lit their di'iavihottld troiu Crowl: !lryJlitered 15 to 18
] jM =, I tit'r heavy rolling which frequently
,
I I be attributed. I severe engqgiineni of 2 hoUrsand 16 to 20
'U1I" so i\r: > t ; n! .k the illOst) I '
a't I'I'I earned her uiiiit-r. Thoea
I guns : 18 minutes, in which she received u AmericanFT 6 to H>
.
f'! It : ;_" ... i I.t ...:. -,.':, ''.1 l ill'.m: The 1 I rue t" S. Jiliips .Natchez, (J. Rrr>r I>q. I often made a fjir I breach over her, shot from the Fort which carried away bbl. 3 $

(.iu-t .: !, : re i i- j.N.j ho ;an immedit ana Kri-, D. 1KNKR E.-'j. lift ti.-: 1'oit '. .oainoruing and her decks] have been cotiiuntlvwet 1'ubacc.>. Chewing. Common, Ib. 10 to 12
t teidat G.i; iU+(t., on a CI ua.c .. t her niaintopma, ana another! Cavendish 30 50
< : \ Th: utmu! :ssiment! ? of! Con- I' clurini! her isstge.; to
between wiiiil and \vhsMi! th'
water, T.ilow, Ih. 8 cts.
stl tJ.k, !>}' the c HullilH'd l llccis olI Our paper has been filled several weeks During the gale the wind shifted to fiijjaie heaving in s'ght: she made: tti hlskey. bv the Bbl. Gal.w 30 to 3:
!in*, : '.r.:c ;i,'\vtis, and tin pacing of with highly in'crt'Ming and iinportdut doc- I I I
S. \ hut with sail; ch'isi-'d by the Leahad. At daylight
no mitigation of is, Ii -
ur.clIIfur" Licit ivaders and selves
ihc- 10. "ti, \>\ die Russian a:'m111,1': our uui i --
i' iiuk-hled ) the polite a'lcl\i.1 t," ouii violence, wl.ich tins throut.;iiu: so o.i the following motr.ing, the I i fIr
icon b" \-i i I'd} I I'u' I I I 1f'
1S Tlj l ., I I i;ii.tut aad indcibiignblc. Ielegate. \Vehave intense, ih.it it IS I'elie.ved, bad shf fiiirule: cume tip whit ller and Jt''llIlIlI I I ,. .l; J:t '('I 0i

-i. '- '-'cry. al'IcarUH'I, to 'i yet before tlv another CviJence of I Iii isuu. I not been a first rate ve bt she! could eJ the Murren.lcr oftlie brig and not- I I'Jrt
aay, th;+: t. r-f: ', I ill l t.ike pl.icc iuM.ni.xtty .'c.'('" and ahilitv-ti's! : letter to the Chiir- II
I Iliot In\'c : the under
weathered it. She drlvrn withslasidin disadvantage ic\\3tico\a.
of C r.miUf'e r.fl/c| S.- uas )
tilt
: ii-i ', .ji'. < h.i even M.ik ulan tie Juuiciaiy : i I
| \Til.i: 1 miles:! of which tin brig laboured from loos oTtndinto ..
\ iHt'k! w .i. I oL-hged to leave it. natr, on the sill ject of tilt bUll !a.y !i"ii< IbO Bermuda.
ti'.vccii t'Sciida and fJeor i'C; i TiiC I de.tiu.ltiut 1 of I II ]>mist, she returned far an- ARRIVED.
j : Ua Falmoutl.J I .
LierrppitAr.. 5.-"i'hie sales ol il!! 1 before t'rs Ut.aH ek ,
repo '
vt our
lay ; an 'i'.ver broadside I WHOM the r.ctio.iI
we I learn, 0 and!I. a : March 1st. Schr.
i 'viii Thorn Really
!3 moa, .it she i -
Coil on i'j\m 'lie l-i to this date have the \e,'U folo! \\ iiiir the "Act to :.c'\ j. ? It lid I ho-jrs i
'..., I B. .1 t cotiimenccJ, which Listed iwo St. M uks.
herb 15O'ii-j.s including of Amen.in. amend the Judiciar ky tein ol t'-i. [ r.t ,- carry out; U'ILLIXM HOCKKSTEI. I
: -
:
4 :' ft caps itfvihicii "c..tJ) U, b.. 1 1.". Il"ti: i!, I'-sq Charge ti'Al .a's to Central df.d Ibrlv-two mnI1It'jJHCI1: l.ie. ; (J//, _r nrfro V9n'' V 11- ur '
.
., L!.ands: .ti i iu 7 ; O>].ui> <, shall uc iitaOn {-I uu. I.* .. i . .... f H'rlfl: Laskll; with 3S bales cotton.

f S-b 'o S 1 2 : \l.I .1".:.11"J, 5 to : 7s.I !f 1 Bc.vi-v, and Tvlr JOHN? JM.\>.i.v, Jr., riiliou: and was \"o5cql1enJ.ud' :ic.l. i ENTERED. ,

te: .t;:;t. ol l:e his; i''t't his been SUI. ar las! we ieeeivrdthe Pillowiln I, ,l'crcta..y of iiie Ltd.it'.ju: tj Mexico.The to $trkt! : at tInt time there \v.-re i /''*&. 19/A.-Schr. Alparslin, Holly -- .

lr.ud i K > ainniiilt-d; ], ihnit: during the :iot fnnn our bf legate in Co.igrrs ; only 5 k'pled HII i -\ wounded, and notwithstanding
"0.dt.t S h.tce been i inlet) IJf! car-: I Trillion': >,pok'U \r cd1Hsd i I New Oj leans ; with whiskey audbiitlor -

p..jcH.H'l'k, ..mJ'et The salts aie nine it2C Mails as requested in the i iy I h<.t, in In.: 37 30, :Oll,. 73, Cri (I II her surrender, the frigate : to order.

Ifl' .1 h us 1 irge. S.tkto. sun:' t'>- w I fired three hro'idaide?, ihe List
lU'solulioti of the Council.: Ail;tine, f-o.n St. TIunl.ls-Jid' no; JicA, 3rd-S"hr. Two Sisters,
lent were nrsde on the last two days I of which killed her gallant cap:. Porter -
See Resjlaiioa.V ." und"is.thn-J where bound. Pearcc, New O "ican3; with sundry
\\ suppose this alhi'lv, to some fe okiUon We I h ivebeen politely fvo -ed with I to
T tpl:11itics; but this \v is uut general\, i Council of shot which passed in at the second CLEARED.
pussrd hy L'gi..l..tic
the fjll"wind: list oi! her Oii.
: ers :
:.nd .\ e (k) not! ilia!ne foiiner fill 1 1liJfS. lit iI- out Territory, ut its last ss,ion :-but ihis alter port, stiuck thu trunnion of the March lt.-Schr. Elizabeth, For-

Of the entiie sales, about is nil guess Hork-ue Have never keen it, or CI'At-LLB Vb MORGAN, Ksq, f'oinman'Ji.r. gun, glanced* and litfcrrtlly cut him in syth New Orleans with 190 bales
before and God it iu the ;
heard of it cannot
liiJshi mMcCrea volunteer
JPO( bags are placed to the account iwo. e a 31
edition of Ilie Los cotton by ; Crupper.
pamphlet
of speculators, and only 000 bags for Lil'lltcllallt5.-Ralph Vc,>rbeos, E. on hoard, was also killed during 3r
export.Liverpnnl! t Pubic Mretin .--On Monday last, pursuant i \V. C-irjM'titerj! Charles L : vndes, the ;action ; the son of Cour.iij () d l .ins ; with 12,000 bricks by J.

notice it Gei- ll.tm J. Van Brunt.StfulL.Benjama. dore David Porter bo
Dec. 9.-"Theieis no- to 'iil'lic !)reel Utibly g.ven f was on ir.'l.tnl dt l.t [Run.Schr. .
was called at trio E-.ijjine Iiu')-r, nringing : P. KL is unhurt he remains .
i.uling sail. priio at
thin: new in the politic world, since : a irr
bet!. for the of t Thorn Rillyt; New Orleans
xa- ,
I of Inc VlIl p.hC ;
market did I IjlllifO'C }'urtr.Thomts Bteese. I Havana. It is the firm belief of ail
our 1 ast. The cotton not them in
mil.il" the Engines and putting with 13 bales coitoti bv Compron.
: ; l.t JI reri", Cenj'n Macombcr.Acti'tj hoard the Guerrero that hid she .
t ;
.:u cut'nijthe pint t week so older trferviu.; ; when in alat Halt an on Sr'ir.'' ?I two S.5ers Pear.co St.
: ,
I. ;
th t: '..- tiedii.e; (d' lit l-4d. hunt I hour, le! Mavor, two AMvun1LJ! ti.i' Hailing iL ,..-,\atlt'lI not been so unfortunate as to lose herruaiptImast l\L'ki\.t articles Master.O.1 .

tile louner (l'ilI\JII: ? Mill continues.: .'.'11t' 'Iieaaiiiei' having' U>r -isoli: .,!, a.i djonriin.Pnt I I \ Duke.Surgeon's. I theY would have carried / .-Sc Jr.sundry Good Intent by Barnes
i'I ,
ME t'as IiitlrtuRRty
1'b'! -Tien! during! the week, which i\s JIate.-seo-ge, thu frigate h) ho:tiding' : she was towed
.
iccdoii, and the crcud dispcised, I 'Vjipaidchirol.t; with 38 barrels whiskey _
U'-'i- I snu-ii.i: througtiout, fell short of Cod wise.tfchoulm. I into li.tvanitin: the i4tli inst.; a coiipleic by J. Finlay.

!> ,H) o.tj-s-the pikes ranging from I Fire Fircfubvi ,'e ''.at n WI1:- i ister.-Benj uniii Brigj wreck ; the frigite also sutTt rcd SAILED.

'j' .- 0 3i.l 1 a 7O.ia'rc t ber of iiiciidiarie have recent:;' iufcbU'il j: ham. much in her hull, sails and rig'hs z.: 4
the Ciuf New Oilcan, and that the IV Jfarch, 4th =Schr. Alparslao
Die. 1-S.des of Cotton 1 I }/idstipmln.-Pewr Turner I The Spaniards report kale J OH-J 01rrr ;:-
,
lice have oeeu :o impolite a* to endt'nvoi to H-illy, Mobile.A. .
r? d i b. -a NOM lUPHr, 9000 bags ; the ( i iJenti' :+nd wrest individuals.wiuil-11,1 |t drl! C. Val-ies! Bushrod W- Turner, 1 of marine's, and 6 wouti ;. >!, :libu'i (;/ .-U. S. S. Natchez, G. BUDD

:, nut 'Kct clo.xeda: little' firmer, in consequence !I'thcT tcapc from New Oileans, they i..4j. George; ) '1. [Hoof, Mark Il.
of favorable from : find iu tliit City n fine field for their umu\c. aflt' the 1is i
more news eng
L ; Blair \\ r igenient.
out 1 Slcntl'"r'illiam.1' \ At. I U. s. S. Erie Q. TPRNCR, Esq.,
i IUl'ulold wooden buddings, engines ;
Liverpool.) Prices t"jr Georgia Alabama l- presumed she lost 43 men. I
P. Jones John A Wiusloiv Charles
j of order ho fire COil palilei, and cil>zcn del en a Crurze-
\ and! TeiiX'.K-ee! 13 J 2 to 1J> I J l lei "''lIt'd to <-reu none'I J and if, [vrchHiicf. Pierce.Captain's. On board the G\Jt'rrenJ there were

1-2 ; Louisian'i: to 24. The stockin I sonic fool of a Magistia'.e or Constable Cicrk-P irrc'. I 11 killed including the Capt., attd 31wounded. --- ---

the ..utcrior uj* reported to be i I! should lay his hand* on tnem sndcommit I 1oat.cwai't.-1'ats: ird I ; rahatn Tint every oilU'cr and By the President of the Uni
them fur tii.d) theie is no j .il in I its
,
> erv- --5-m.dl.- -....i.v .o..a -.. I which to detain them, Tnd consequently! (;'ar entrr-Z'i.-chcus 1. Fuller. m:iu of the brig has done his kcnttoivlI111hfest dun), i i- I ted Sutcs;

---- -- tily:: luau be set at liberty Perhaps theonly I Sail .11ct!:er.-a'.e Hail; ; ; : ami( tilt SpH1ktrdi| purstl-tuce of the! provisions of the

10.'llC. I security we bare, 13 the fact that no: I edge freely the nmlled| braver.:' IT'f*-:iii h set i >n of the Act of 'oigress,

.--. -- ----- __ in the City can burn any house in We !ictrn that sane board Guerrero. of eati-
.or---- -- I person : ar! atirement of all on iiu ; 'ivi-d on the 3d M.irch 1323,

i rote li t-Li1d-l'loJ'ida lleru1J.I i ililI.H1': endangering the one in which He j has been entered into recenily;I between \ SF-tst5i; FoiiCE. j tit.d .' An Act amenil'nc; anti sup;>Ie.neiltatv -
li'rida happen to live ; as t!'oc i i' r.i p-c bt. j If fo. certaiiiTn clai.nsand
HuunJary.Ve may
present, I the Slate Bank and the Branch and 400 to { act
; L -:Ili idt frigate: 54 guns men. !|
I'd.
I bItty) of saving a single bniid: % fi.etalk's I titles of Florida
this week tile H(1)01 of the Committee i to f.:m Is in t Territory ,
Bank of the U. S. in this and and 120
place in a favorable situation for City, Marie, brig 16 guns men. J Jtlof
of the I and to pro.i ids l fur. the sirve-vaiul d sp
Legislative Council up- spreading. These are no idle jokes-they tho notes of the former are now received -I Amalia brig 5 Jims and 90 inca.a j I the Public LiivU in i'lori-Ja," 1 JcaxQt'iNCi
tin the claim set by the two Excel solemn facts, of which we h'ar our Cili- -
up are the) latter l
on deposit ar l'1 ;:XICAi I.otter: 'ri : ACAMS, President cf Uis Unit
lency's of Georgia to ( Zeus will too soon see th,' piouf. if lit'! ) I '
1,500,000 1 Mobile (,'rm.liegistt're fJri"i Gupnero/22 guusanJ 143 States ot America, do hereby declare -
aucl slow
acres of the gatid Bank." As deficient do not awaken fromthcir Ktharc; : I auJ make known, lint a public sale will ,

;''S our Legislators arc in the some public spirit.Nathaniel I The paragraph in our hat paper 1 PoE r1r .SIG. he held at the La.id Office a: St. AU.rit I

ikill: of Lmislalionaud l fio' what good authority tilOft the second Mon.y Its May n:1 ;
as illogical as Snellson. the Teller of the stating n we thought __.- _. -. .
ome of ihem m.\v be, we think the Bt nk of Virginia, who iii.cuiided tt i iIi i! the arrangement between the -- -- I 'lor thc U-sposal of 'tre I..n.ls m.'iudedr,

Iiou\u, of t Ticvp raihcr ci Izt', whenompaied about $-1OOOt1, hay Wen tinrsieHI LiH r- Branch B.ink and Stale Bank, it an- \vitinn th; l h"UiitSortlicfoHowuf! l.-crih-
pool and $;3Othk, ) off he money 'ecoH 1td.1 j ja I ell Tov:. n\ps\ and fractionul Tu.-\sbips; ,
(' wiiii tnr documetits which I pears was in part erroneous. We now .:>..ia t. i icy the District ol' t E tit Flo/ula, .lnJ

hate em mated from the Florida .j In our last we stated that the Mittimus, learn that by tho arrangement, tne. South ot the base line, to wit :

t IIe:'tl Quarters.IH.I then we bring surd for the purpose of cuuuuittiig; j| notes of rIle latter are taken at thc !.I Km'ciiu.1.11 owi''h'p; 4/ of Range 11

up the C'oip? de Iloerve, to uii ourc.rllcr.cy's 1 Moore, tilt supposed Counterfeiter, to jail ; I Branch Bank, iu payment of all bills f ;- Ft-ct.anttl ITown hlps4i.5'Jt rsne 12
J to lake his trial at the next May Term of 'IWis'-ip; 4, oj H.nge 1.;
\ f.rtoae Cubnels of and notes belonging
we exchange (11
j the Superior Court, had been f thrown Fnctiu.ia: Tow s\ip 5. of 1.lng s 13
Chili the! tli!!ht of! John ol Georgia ate"Jand"' tL.\t Moore was d.:-nristedS'Since the State Bank; and [plired in the Tovvr.up. .4&5oIR.rnbgeliFrttctional

JU.\' be likened that of John oft ci-CIlIUSI.'UCU have, Brunei for Ucction.-ldl'm Tile; followingl>eautiful compliment to anety
to that publication h art rie.l:t;7, M fru,:i the j pen tit 3ir. S.J.. c roni p 6, of Range J..
i+ilun.: bren related to us, which as they cu.ieiate 1Sraiderd. Editor! of the Connecticut/ ilirror : '1'uw naill:Ii 4, 3, k 6.I..

The Old Kings Road.-It will from blame the gentleman in whose hands MOBILE, Pt!). 2C/A., 1328. rlnttils! nt Mornin?, Ie.tI'.5 1t 15,1G& 17
the Mittcmus last was, we think ourselves 1 jmv two Tour :li's 4 St 5, of teuigeic I81
be ircolk'fted! that at the last session I hound to lay before our readies. We HIP Naval 5 a tmrnt.-We learn byCaptain =I'nec with; the risins duateJ sun ;on, Tovnir ar?; to br ofleredjn e

(-t" CoHtirev* prcviiuis to tit! IrC>-elt.: I ii'fointeil that the Sh.riiT1 oho received the I OriK1, of the Cavalier, f out An.l.\tod in urn the; ;IMHII:cl! into they 11111" ord,.r atove dc.-KnAtctl beginning 9.iW,

..iI ;';J'j.proprintion uri.e fur the rep : Mittimus! bit, after look"ni; at it, told! the !' CII.II ih ton, that; hespok l Yon the 17ihinst. J t'Iu ht that in:inrii toutvas blest, tie lowest uu-nacr ol Section in CIV

tlf f this ..fficl'' who prei,''sited it to him, hi<:l r h. It uwcd 511't.tv t> tilt \vest.currrnts .
'
n roai frolu 'olraini to i ', off Matatizax, the Mexican Brig Tu.u"hipL."dt
1 1sd' ASoore.! it direct.
charge that cyan is-Jl
rec1rJ bUv for the use ofSdl,4)
,'t\ SniVtiu, atilt mat >uh> '( -:etilivr : iiermiono, Capt. Uopnor who, re-
receive it.
1 r.l l to Jam end tnt! he cualti not I r'aV: two inll'HIPr fjr other are U* uc
htO protO rd tepaits \veie com- i or the pi i ;nc-r, a; ite atlas not Jailor and I poiied tInt the Mexican ri-of War, Flow 5tn'1.111! to their mectiu tA fore xcuJea! ', or from ,al.*.' purpa"

iiM-n-ed, on the northern sect:ut, by : lad no mean of srtuting the prisoner ;- I Guerrero, conuikiink-d by C"|p?. P orI Ill In i j tin their ea:-cuur t other 3 with zreeUug.Biieiil : t j ven uuJ.er tn\ hand at tic City of

l'n.ted! Stated tioojis under the tiirciion .I ttVasWfigton/- fifth day of Ftllt&.
it then sintered in the street,
: of Len; Bun "oS.Ve 4: e and was there loft. We to state drop these facts ns I had been captured bJ a Spanish IriE While dippirtg diel |il. )'ed betwcou. a;.. A. U. 1328.

now happy u. state the interesting they were n-piesentrd to us ; without being E !gale, after an action of two h hours and Such he gentla lootiott John Quiacy Ad3.Jts.1 _- .
.
.ftft, (which \, H have neglected for requested to do so. We have no diapo itio<> forty minutes, in which Cap Porter Till life your laic l \ds shall Pleat ;' I :l) the 1 Present :
'
-.nl v.ueks) thu this part ufthe roadi to cast undeserved centme upon any one, I was killed. The Guerrftro had ancogagemcnr Like uinmer' beatn an.l suniaier t Btream, tiO l1ItAU.\1I ,

i ."i < oMjileied l in a substantial and onto L"vr H faithful rrcotd> of the transaction with0 Spanish Brigs Float ou in joyto meet .. I ( J mniixiuirro. t'to .
; without pretending to detyiie who A calmer pea, where storms si I.I! cease-
i"aiu: : at.j 1CF.%. ucditubly to tho e 1 ougt v1 !Ire 1'rrtt't'd tiC mia7tli; : and ,.I which- hud surrendered, awd' ai (al.tL A pocr rl''a. \\'hcntdl r, ptlil.e 5I-St. tineratLt r. i1ie.-









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I NOTICE.
&c. V\\1C T-l0X I '
i WOOD. PfiA-STOUKS, ,1'4aE following Articles of Ordnance W. HASK*.!, HUNT: having taken !lii ib hrothtfr .
.
I Subscriber has just received per piiP siibscSber will commence an EJY. J- and Ordnance Stored, the Yopcrty in-law: 1'1.'fER T ARI'IFF into panl ,'r-.'
::; *f>ROPOSAL8, will be received by the j jI THE from New OtleanJ-ma- .J_ GLISH SCHOOL, in )lr.;. 'King's.- of the United States, will be offered for: shipin the Pointing &i Boor.sH.'ing! Hmiufs*,,

I:, JlL Subscriber:, until '"1st daytrf April king his assortment of 'tea Sttrff vet>'. Hoole,on the first day of March, 1H28. sale at l'ensaco'ta, Florida, on the 10th the Pensacola Gazette and UVst Florida)

I teXt for supplying;Wood at the Barrnttc*!, complete : <, J. B. Halt. day: of April, 1828 ; deliverable to pur- A-lvrrtiser will in future J hr publiMietl, and
the Yard and on board the ptftrlfci the l u ines< h<* cnndnctedt'ytlue1'uderign
NAvy ltkua'toni: in basVttf. 'Penacoha,26th Feb, 1828--::50-rf. ch'a&ra at the following places viz. : >
i,..' easels tfloat within the harbor of Pensaoola. A'ermiCelh ,In boxes cd, utHlf'fthc fir-n ofUt

.....: .-The said vood to be delivered as ( ruyerechcese l\\L"" 'll8. Pumt i nf I OltD ANGE. Pound'Weight \\ txut\ TariYiff.

;t aforesaid, and at such times-and in such Patte grasse Jo.fiaisins Vf J %n J\R Vcli\l'f\.' t o'l
The"first sales few pair : --- No change will bo made in the editorial
be required Almonds HE subscriber has for
quantities: as may I'nlives. fill '2pch' ln'D Cannou 12,000I ;
( of the and the
butiucu
ht department Paper,
: rate fire wood only will be received,-*ndvull I X'l ampr.rgne"me :M. Sugar Boilers, as a sample frunilhenunuftctory I 5 6 "' dit o. 6,500\ 4
,
will l he conducted as heretofore, in all rapecls > '
t: "' be subjected to the usual inspection Family Vlour) ; ,and can Mtppty'AiivTluantit1': Pefl.arott!. < 7 4 .4 It ditto. 8,540 which interest: the Puhlic.The .
on delivery. NATH'L. AMOHY, Do do halfbbls. tovyder. F.1I. KfSllKT. 1 2 12 II II Cal1ona.Jes 1,800
terms of the Gazette will continue M :
JV at)y Jlgcnt. Sugar, Coffee, Salt Pork Pens&cob. Dec. 7t'\.J,8f7--3rtf. 'L ,ti 9 itto. 75() Five DuJlars.t"t"11 r, pajaMr in advance,
NAVY AOMT'S Otrrt No. 1 and No. 2' 1828 I .
Mackerel
; I PENSACOLA 8th Feb.IWItL ."arM, but, as it his been fountS necessary to 'ei-:
I ". Pensucola, Feb. 22, 188.496t Superior Josiicn Butter receive proposals till the 16th I point, 1 end indulgence in some iiHtauce, ami as u

Best Cincinnati covered hams March,inclusive* to furnish with near theXary system of credit has been f-ninil ruinous tu
-: : 't Iumiaton 'Vl.el Middling Bacon, &..c.Julius. YRE.SU \\ .EF" 18 II lr dilto. 11,400 I printing establishments generally the Un-

SAMPSON, by trade a Tailor, t Pescay. "Yard.llar- deraignetl have thnnghrl'rol.cr to t'ncnuragertm
;: .BlttAM that art br JlJ II
the of the U. S. Army,
absent from his friends in I I Pen,"coN 26th. Veb., 1828-,50. -tf. Troops within the via borofPen.acia. transmission of money nt tli.r lime of '
when last hcaM may he stationed at, or an additional advantd .
Virginia about ten years ; sulPscriting. by ;e.Erciy
.
:
I from he was in JCevr' Orleans. If Mr. ic'ItwXi\ Clot\\il\g, nityttf Cantonment Clinch and Pensacolu, Jmlof 8:.' Subscribe!,therefore ho remits che}
,1 Sampson is living, and liou1aee this, he from th first" of April ensuing, until-the Rosa Isliiil 1 uionuy actually in' ftllv'llh'or within 5O
communicate with TITS relations. 31st ofllarch, 1829, inclusive. days from the Commencement of hi5 ul
; : is requested to e/po- I 3 24 piles IronCannon 14,100 ; >-
..'. Any mfoTHWtrott concerning him, 1ND .... The IEEF will be required to 'be delivered .ilt' fftt }3.f8 II ditto. 11.400 Rcription, will receive the Gazfttf FKKK o:.

directed to Thomas Nrovv", Post Master, to the Troops on two days fn liairafraa 2 12 II ditto 6000 POSTAGE, which will be paid by the I'ub-
Wiccomico ChurchTjr4ni ; or toV.. SHOE STORE- each wtek, or oftener, as ntty: be, (the Ikrbor Ii hers at the time of mailing them :-thi* 'V

t' ll sell Hunt, Post Master, Pens-icols, will THE -UaiiEKsiBSED has removed his I days tub? designated; in such quantity J Mcoi4/'J tf I U equivalent to a deduction of fifty two ..!{
u and confer fa- the brick building near requisite for their rations on cents a year, to sUb Ciiht-rs in the Territory -
: ; be promptly attended to a to new j as may ,. 632 pdrs It -ditto. 34,200 \ ;:
'oronthe! Mother and other relatives of Collins' Hotel ; and is now landing from each day. And I deem it necessary to .1)\2'10\ II ditto. 42,800 I of Florida, or out ofir, within one hundred ') .t,.

"I!: It II. Sampson. I the Kliz-ibrth: aid Maria, a neat assortment apprite Hose who may offer to contract r 1 18 C'I II ditto. 3,800 miles of Pensacola, or uevenuujlit cents

: Cp fxirt cs in the Southern Slates will I of the follo'lvinf articles; viz : for this supply ; that wo beef, but the 8 12 II tl ditto. 24,000 to subscribers beyond hat distance and out -
the above inertion. CoaTTics-Black bomhazcen and bom- best which the market can afib'rd will he of the 'ferritory.From .
confer favor an -
giving II
; a by 16 9 cc ditto, J2,UOO
1" bazett ; mix and tfrey circ.icstanHonsnABouTS receive! ; and particular attention must .1,I- "ditto. and after this date pApers will not
4 "6 5.200
I' s- -Hlne cloth ; drab? and be pa1C'to die butchering l'eof.-A: rigid 1; II If be sent more than ninety d tys to any )person -

f. ; F. H. NiSBEF, i brown calmcock ; French Circassian, insiection: of it will always made. .g.. I 1 4 H 3 4 .t .. ditto.d.tto. 3,200 8,540 who fails to remit either the Cash or hi;
'k and doth and and ample security will due bill /'or the amount of subscription:- .-
mixt drab
and bla- striped Unquestionable
: leave to inform his Friends ; cc II
] 14 110witz 556
; B"EGS I for.the'faithful performance % 1 thenames of all others will be struck fiom
required
he has recommenced drilling. "
Customers, that I 12000
4- Inch. ditto.
I ... our Hat, u' a useless to the Publishers. '
.:' t business at his Old Stand, Pea and monkey jackets ; Great Coats; I of the contract. .l Iron Swivels I 600 expense
Plaid and Ci mblett Clunks. Pt rsons ottering to contract for this I ,
sale assortment
for
.; urtterr' ofFresh he baa a very good PANTiLoocs-Supfrfine blue, back 3iipfi will deposit in the Post Office at ;..U; N--Total---.. weight i ol Iron Cannon__28H,44f5; In making these new regulations, the Unileraigneil .
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f' drab and mixt cloth and caSilm rC' (L'-Ii:4.COl: *, their proposals in writing,, 's'. : : trust that they are not in clanger
: Seasonable 'Goods, French) Circassian, black, mixt, and hilii :-.3Ietl and endorsed "ProposaU for I Ui- C2,24 pdrs Brass Cannon 13,900) of losing any valuable portion ofthepation-!

; .Deceived hy the latest arrivals from New grey ; plain and strip'd Trilling ; drrtb- :=!s'jiiif'! Fresh Beef>" stating in a single J I 2- 6 ditto 1,246 i tin age, which, has heirtofoie been extended tt>
Ii Ca'lte. anal l that
<< will offence .
8 In. Howitzers do. 2,440 they give
York and Philadelphia. and olive. velvet, and baugiip cords ; bid the rate per pound for v> liivli they
.t-
.:..,: 2\ to no one. The of Them will be
I 2U 6 do. do. 412? necessity
; ':. 3,3$ mc14 Point Blankets nuxt and strip'd csssmel and russian! wiii suppiy. \ / reference
; 10 Mortars rio. 3,168 tally exemplified! by n to the Edhors -
t ,' 7-4 and 8-4 Striped Puffield Blankets duck. A. \\ Thornton, Lt. of the National (intHligencervtho. notwithstanding -
*l ". 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney} dt I Cotton And Woolen Drawers. 47-St. -A. c. 'S. 'q Total weight_of Hrass Cannon 21_,166 Ihe ni.i iiilnde of thrir cstub'lislunent. --
t: 3 bales White &. Drab Flushings VESTS-Blue, Mack, ar.d buff cloth aft'l ---- ToI'J ----==: -.-:
,f Blue and black imperial cloth blue cassimere bluck silk ,'e\'en plain and) O 200.000 lbs Cannon lialh and shells recently stated that they were
:. ,. ; ; 'V tsRrn.I. -* I f of various Calibres from 3 tothirtytwo obliged lo borrotc mtmey suitain it Illnnlafotitinusp.itronugc
mixt sali nettsas- silk Valentia It'liet.
and cassimeres ; fancy English ; ta
which the Pronrfrtois -
.:. cd ; super super and eorn'mon fancy and swansilown ; fine white and '.LnC\. A VIEW or: WEST -FLORIDA, pounderaf of a need
Newpaper :-they are ohligrod -
11 \IBRACING its Topo.I U )04 Musket Cartridge Boxes
linens Irish 'Geography, -
Irish marseilles.
; 7-8 and 4-4 ; I '
prints E to buy pappr and to workmen
'i, 0 launs ; dimities; super 6-4 fancy ging SHIRTs-Fine linen, plain sand fnll'd: ; I rapliv) &c., with an Appendix, 19 do do Box Kelts to j>iipj Iy those who do not pay.pay IaS wilL a?

"It hams; white, yellow red and green flan coarse: linen, duck t linen and cotton treating of its Antiquities, Land Titles, iuf. 136 Bayonet Bells tllfJse110 do ; ind the former a'e therefore V

It p Fiels ; black and colored bombazetts, check ; and flannels.i I and Canals.; ::..4 4,900 1 000 Priming Fusees Tubes t an rxpi-ncR and not a supl'ort.-lf u

printed bpmbazetts and Salisbury flannels 'nAg >oot%; shoes, brogans, & pumps ; TOG ETHER WITH Port Fires Paper cannot he sustained by real and sub

;i ; !spool cotton, assorted ; cotton balls; hat( gl-jvcs, suspenders ; cutkl ) A Map' of West Florida, 1,205'1 Jack Screw s/antictll'lltroru, the sooner its Publishers

beavertecns, linen cambrics| cambric I II }lety ; l fsiery ; silk and cotBB Exhibiting a Chart of the Coast, a Plan of iv aware ofthe fsct the better ; as.; thrynitty .
I I hdkts ; Uaroje hdkfs; black Italian rape .1 ton handkerchiefs ; umbrellas ; the 1 I 335 Sheets of Tin be enabled, by abandoning the business V

flounced robes ; gingham do,Spider net, blankets, counterpanes t seal-skin: and ( iof YensactAa 2,00 Ihs weight Scrap Iron. to save themselves from ruin.

patent threads, Russia diapers, plain and"figured I fur caps cloth travelling bags. j Ti.RI'fI.--The tales will be for CASU r, With the ';. book muslins, Madras and 'flritJ" ALSOA antI' the Entrance of l'enacul ) Harbour. and the minimum price'of the 'Bnws Ordnance in tie! dispo>ilion of the Public to

g0' tania hdkfs., cotnp'y flags. figured crap case of M&ps consisting of An Atlas, BY Jonv LEE; WH.LIIMS.. is filed at vent.fh'e cents support the 1'II".1cola. Gazette and \\'ot '

'. dresses ; white, brown and mixed cotton North and South America, on rollers: ; Just received>for salt by .,. | uiid. For .Xhe'lron Cannon, Shot and perM fo'ioriuaJ"tTtisf'I.( while conducted on the
half hose ; white? and mixed worsted aim with the different States of the Union- \\ Ua-.ell Hunt. Shells, fifteen dollars ton. Owners same piinciples'and with the same anxious

.. lamb's wool (!o ; fine linen hose, ladies separate, from the latest 5un'CTo Pensacola 8th Jm. 1827 of Foundries in the Northern per States! can drsirc to givt satisfaction, as heretofore ;

white and black cotton do., 'lead, slte gather with some Day, eceipt, and copy receive information the the Undersigned submit the foreoing.,
and black worsted do.. plain and camblet books. any concerning which will be strictly adhered to.
LAND AGENCY.111K above mentioned articles from
Cloaks, furniture check, bed-ticking-. All ot \vhich will be sold low, far CASH, UXKIEL E. BURCH, A'I3istiilltQnartcr, Captain Master : \ .Ha ell Hunt. .
_ iperfinc cotton thirting, oil cloths, black by J. 0'\ Ell.. I subscribers have opened an of- V
U. S. Army, Pensacola Florida or' Peter TaidiiT.Ift.
t ,
&.t -Bombazines, belt ribbons, black and the for the purchase and sale of ;
fancy
Tensacolj! 1st 1828 47 6t.
: ."White satin and mantua do.,5-4 Irish ahirt- February. -; Lands, at St. Augustine, in the I house for- from. Lt ISAAC A.. ADAMS, commanding U., February, 1823. '

: .: iig.t-. 4 damask) brown linens super black l C 0.Jl..1, Ell C J.1L1() XE1. in -rly occupied b) Col. Perrault, ;.t the :> Arsenal, Baton Houge, Louisiana.Dau'l -- J

: and white, plaid and striped, Bapttste; (J\lth ucst corner of the public square, E. Butch -
t, printed: shawls and hdkts ; printed Watci: 'I,HIS House, lately occupied Ity ;M.ij'r. here persons desirrm-t to accomplish either Asst. Qr. Waiter., Scott's .New Nov1.VNT .

::1;, 'loo shawlsf.incy silk dosses, nnns thread, THOMAS V/RiciiT, was opened on purchase or sales of real estate., are -
I. ;jiu n gloves, linen tapes, Russia shirting*, Ihe Itith of February, by the &uhsciil : rt'quested' V> Iravo their commands.A Isaac A. Adams, &. T.DIF;'
'I' 3xnillM drab cloth; blue, & red strouds, &c.IvI who it'spectfully folicits a chat ol thr- PatrouagP long residence in the Ter.twryofFIOI'lIh. ]qt. Lt. on Ordnance service. ,
_ *'j : T .." Qi':.. !/lie. Public.. .. Allvl.. icli ili- lot ., has enabUd the subscribers i 'Pensacola, 21st Nov. 1827. harej'ttit teceivtJ, In addition to the Stock
'. 4 cases saddlery, assorted i OS IIXMD AT isis .
iti 9 cases Brew ster'i hats, assorted quati- and every of attention those ,do de\otc\\iIl'a\'om I to the the quiet House uitcomfirt i iy all the individual claims to la'iu/ ties v. jth a pieference.An or THE Cs'isocAri" :. :__
SI S trunks fine ready made clothug) oxcelleut "Hilliard Table! nttachcd to 'qualitu, and relative value. And the increasing [ WILL receive Proposals at this Office by Sir U ALTER sco'i-r, CUnaini9g ao

12 trunks lady* and genllcmens boots the establishment, occupying a separatebtrldiu applications made, for informa. until the lat of April next, for supply. Introduction, wherein he ackwwtedJ'es
11 and shoes : will rontribut" to amusementwitli-, tion, fiom t'I' ;prl tlie'Uniteil Slates, ing wood for the use of the Troops on himself' the Author of the \V"averlcy

#; Children and boys' shoes:; brogans, &..C.Koal out intcrfcrina:; with the good order r nd more especially! lespectingbugar estate, this Station. It mutt be merr.hant.ibleOak Novels
t: leather, calfskins, shoe tin ead't quiet 01 the House, and pi i'utc parties can has induced' them to behe\e, that an es- and other hard wood and the Cord The Youth a-l'd Manhood of Cyril

: -25 kegs Virginia; Tobacco be always accoBiinod-tted with( a distinct tabliiJiment of this kindcould be rendered .. to be hy measurement feet 2 inches Thornion,

5 boxes .superior cavendish do. sitting 0001.Tlur useful to the public.All high, 8 fWt4_ inches long, and the woodcut The Forgct-Me-Not, a New-Year'> Gift
l Hardware A 'c. i is on the premi- one of thehesttnblt'S otdcra directed to them, 'forxronics:: full four feet in length. To he delivered for 1828.
in the place, Xvlieie Horses shall be of SUI\' -)'S, maps or plans,as well as oilier at any place-in the Townof Pensaco :The Minstrel 1 Lyre, a collection of 'Me,
I Pen, pocket, sportsmen and desk itrictlv attended to. inform.ition, on theHhove subject, will be la, where it may'be wanted ; and at the (trical, by Ellen.

0 km'ell knives and forks, carvers, waiters JOHN GARN1RR. furnished without drt'iy. Letters, post Cuntonement, corded -tip by the ContraCtor The Casket ; or Flowers of Litenture,
Arid lra>'n ; Henning's best needles, *>nufteN :1 tiu, directed to the Land Jlgenty St. himself within convenient distance Wit, And Sentiment; a Miniature volume V

and trays, plated spurs, spectacles, TF1R11S: .11tglt zitll., will receive due 1tlttH ion. of the waterside, at the usual landing of 9tf page, at 25 cents.
cnrpenter's tools, shoemaker's and cur Board per Month, $ 25: JOHN V
LEE WILLIAMS Itkeraut
place. The wood is to be delivered at Sketches, A collection of
rier'sdo., stock locks, padlocks, shovels Day Uourdris, 20 WiLLIAM lJ. SIMMONS, such times and such quantities be 1Ve3'.
and tvbngs, kettles, sauce pans, cotton I Dinner 71) FRANCIS J. FATIO. directed from this office. The may .lojelher With an AdhiZtOfltOthc
fot;
cards &c. ate, Breakfast or Supper 37& customary
Dec. 27th 1827.--44-lf
deliver}* is sixty cords per month from 1st : ner supply of School Honks.
f'tfiuacola Dec. 7th, 1827-38-tf. Horses per day 1 25 .
I"P ... per monthPensacolaFehtvr' !2ft Inferences: Nov. to 30th April, and half that quantity Pensacola, 1st February, 1828.
Col. Jos. M. \\ lute, from 1st 31st
May to -
Octobe
.
"O"\ : -.. 15-r.fa'.i Two bid I -
I ,NOTICE. -. Delegate from FIDri h, will be received-one f-r the best Black i DISSOLUTION.V
tUb. Mr. Henry S. Tanner, Philadelphia jack wood of the I
and
C of Administration the country ; another
LETTERS on Doctor Brush for : lIE partnership? of FIN CAT &. lhsut
New T
York such oak and other
of h.trd wood I is
JOSH M.GATLC, fete of F FI Edward :Martin, as TON, in of death
Bernard E. tnt of
Bee consequence
J the County of F.scambia deceased, having vs.Zador.k Charleston, I common to the Hammocks on the Hay.- Mr. James Hush
ton,w crissolved all
Mr. James Williams'
Baltimore. Bay, Magnolia, Sasafras and persons
been Chincupiu
granted to thesubacriber.by the A. T hon haviug claims !
against Vie late firm,,
4 lion the County Court ofsa County, all I this case the defendant will tike wood will Hot be received. The first de!- will present them to the Bttbscriber for

i ., persons who have any demands against IN notice th.it: on Thursday, the lOt.i Improved Perpendicular livery to be ready by the 1st of May next settlement, an l those persons indented,

-, the Estate of the deceased: are hereby day of March next. I will proceed take
called upon, to present them without de- he depositions of P. Marsh anil otheiN as no indulgence can be given.JAMKS'FIMLAY..
_, fay ; and all p<'rsons owingany thing to before Joseph Wallace E-q Notary Pub- '4TE are the authorized Agents of AssI stantQuarter ...'ft. Qr. .Muster. V .

aid Estate are requested to pay the same lic, at 1-is office in the city New-York; V V Anthony Bencini, ofNorth Carol-! Vensacula. Master's Office > Pensacole, 2Qth. Nov. 1827.-36-tf .

immediately, to to be read in evidence in the tri-il ot the na....u, _to lOt'do__all_u:_things_ 2 necessary! for .the pur- Dec. 5,1827--08-tlA.-S -

halves D.Brodie, above cause. K. MARTIN, |p".1II seicnif! ana convening the right NEW :ESTd&flLISEflZNT. fB'!U Subscriber ) just received per-

Administrator., by A. COUPON, and privilege of constructing, building 'rbe J. Elizabeth, Forsyth, from New Orkaws -
.hit l/o" and ll"ingwithin the Territory of Floti Ja I
"ey a very large assortment of (Groce
1 Pensacola.- 16th Jim. 1828.-U-8t. Pl'tm\co1a, 6th Feb. 1828-4-7-4t.NO his improved. Per /icular Gritt Jlli//t mA 1Lm "'mmlt ries. He offers in addition to his former
'i I for Grindititf Meal, for which he has ob- ',lock :-
KO'rlt'E.LETTERs.r TICK taint-il a Patent. ANDTRAVELLER'S
Chumpaig-ne Wine, in Baskets of 1 loa
Adnun'straiion! on the JETTKKS :of Administration on the This null is'considered decidedly supe- REST. each, warranted superior

late Jos-u HOME PtrnT William S bree, late ot the riot to any ut 'present in use, from the ThE Subscriber informs the pub- (lu). Bsaudof I82d-
:*, Esq. baYing been printed to the un County of Kscamhia, -deceased, having simplicity, of its construction, the ease p lie, that he has opened a house Zinte Currants V

dersigned the HOP. the County Court been granted to the undersigned by the with winch it can be worked, and the : 'II of Public Entertainment, :n the PonchongTea

.-- for the County of Pscairibia ; all person? lion the County Court for the Coui)" quantity of meal.ground. The various. house formerly occupied by Maj. Hall Prunes, .eryfrcih

having demands. against said Estate: are of Kscambia, all 'persons having denrund* inventions and alterations which: have I for that purpose, fronting the public Rahins ., _" y _
requested to present the same immediately gainst the estate of the deceased: are I been made, in order to arrive at the sim. square, which he has fitted up in a convenient Almonds it., .:
r and those indebted, are desired to C'lIedIpon to pltst and most valuable height have all ?
: present them without de manner for the reception of tra Medoc Claret: of 1S20! V
.i make payment, to lay-and tlios indebted, are n questedto 'fallen. far short of the object desired ; buti vellers and othcra. His table will always i Tuscaloosa Rye Whiskey

John lunerarity, make pa>'-immediately to the j>reeflt instance, the inventor ap. be supplied with the best which the i Goshen Butter
_
.,Jldmim'ttra. Ann S. 'Sehree.Jldnumtlrat. pears to hve acquired the desideratum, market can afford, and his bar with the do. Cheese '
16th : so long sought after. best of liqti n. No exertion IJeef
Pensacola Jan., 1828448t. ix. The mill attached will beu'aniug in bbld. far family! ti.td! .
to a Cotton Gin will
January 21st, 1828-45-8 grind from fifty to sixty bushels of on the part of the proprietor, I With an additional supply of Dry Goods
corn a to render I
Hard
general
satisfaction to those ware, Glav
; 'X"TIC\ day, snd that too of a ware & Queens ware I
superior
grade of who favorhim
OTIC E. may with their company. Sold Low for Cash.
f ETTBRS Testamentary on The 1".*. of administration I meal ; and the scarcity of mill streams His stables are well calculated for a number J.
JLf tate of John A. Rodger late of the LETTERS having in the country,und the great labor suffered of horses-and a good and -attentive Pescay.
to Mie subscriber on ir. the operation of hand mills Pensacola, Jan. 11th 1828.
County ofEscambia deceased, having the Estate of Jacob Kelker renders Ostler will at all times be at hand. ,
late
been granted to the hi of the I it,the more important to the people of Families
undersigned by ( Clion. County of E cambia deceased the this or Gentlemen who may wish OWN I
by OF
the County Court of F.scambia Hon. Judge the Territory can be accommodated with private a. Z&AO3XO&X&. V .
County Court all
County, all persons wbo have any demands who are indebted lo the said persons of The price for a right to construct one partaicnts. GEO. FISHER. LOTS in the new Town of Magnol! ft
against the Estate of the deceased L, will make immediate Estate these )Mills, is twenty dollars, and one Tallahassee,'Dec. 15 -1-tf. offered for sale. This place Is .
are called upon to present them without scriber, and those who paymentto hate demands the sub- of them tan be made at a trifling expense Uuated 8 miles from Fort St. Marks oe

delay, and those indebted are requested: gajnst it will the a- when compared with the advantages Madeira Wines {"ordials'c.. the St. Marks' river and 15 from Tallaha*>
present same to ,
relultingfrom the use of see. The river
I to make payment immediately to them. can be navigated to the
James Pendleton F. H. JN7isbet, Application to be made to the fubscri RECEIVED per Sehr. Orleans horn Town, by vessels drawing 8' fact water.

Administrator. bci, and those who purchase will be furnished The situation is high, dry and healthy
Executor.Fencncola Jan. 23rd: 182845st..1Ssi7 with particulars in full. 10 cases superior Old London Particular} t has two Sulphur Springs in: the vicinity j, V

I Jan. 23d 1827.-26-8t. L. & M. ..Armi.stead.. 10 'I Old Madeira Port Wine.me. one of which is only 200 yard from the V

e ol: llrea Jit Tallahattee or .q alag a. 10 c. Cherry Brandy, S ertor. Public Square. They are said to posse.?

NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that u good Pensacola, Dec. 15th, 1821.--4.2-3m. 2(1 Cordials, first quality, assorted in great medical further qualities.For .

: persons interested in the Estate is now selling for g6 the cases 1 do*. cadi. information of Terms &c-
ALL Fiuwru HorniBLAVJt, deceased,' a barrel: ; the Bakers will for the ensuing;' 107X02. 10Vine Bitters. apply to J. G and N. n lml n. Sac Marks, .
or
are hereb) notified that the undersigned,' fifteen da}'s give:: thirty niue otn.ces fort14elve I CONSTITUTE and appoint Micajah 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. SI.Augustus Marks 10th Steele! Tallahassee.

Clerk of Uie County Court, will exojScioadminister and a half cents. Agreeably tosn Crupper Of Pensacola, my agent and 3 Battels Cherry Bounce. __ __ August, 1827-24-tf
t snid Ordinance passed by the lioard ot Aldermen ia. all 6 Half Hbls. Annweed
on estate,pursuant an order I attorney, matters and things relative Peppermintand
of the lion the Judge the Counts. July 30th. 184.Older to the delivery ar.d receiving pay for ma Cinmtmon Cordials. TALLOlVSgllEES WAX

to Hourt. 'I. ( RUPi'EU, C.' ,.I. fly' of the Jlayor.J. I terials at the Navy Yard. For Salt by milE highest price in cash, given fstv

r by J. *;. HRUI: .. I). Ctk (.PS Drake, E. Montgomery.Mobile he above article, by V

I- t P'flro2! F5:h jinim'.. l S-1-1tf. Sec F. H. Nisbet. JuliusI'
tarl. 6th
18d'-tf PesCqy
Sept. Pemwcola., Bee.. 25., 3T.. ,
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