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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 14, 1828
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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w VOL. ir. r r7cp1ua.nu&J PKN8ACOLA, FRIDAY, MARCH l4tu* 1838. (Open to all parties : infiueneed by none.) No. 52.PuBLISflED .

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-" -rItLY, BYn11NT Airticts II! sol ou de Pmduslrie de I'autre ParVctractante Cnl1. di&iou. jtisqn a ce que le tribunal de Snedc et de Non p'e1 de Russ, sans

Toat CP q'n pnurra 1 le nlement ttre : et aux importations et cxptt"t : ;n&nti Je a':a'l'e, aura rend sa sentence, "ue lesdilcs nipaietiont .ote nt Jim aux regletnen .

: dL 1'A1\DI1'I', imports dans lea Etats U ni, tI'Am 'rlque lious/aUes dans ses b<meni. I et que cele-ci a-trecii son execution. I *exUtarits poor le comrte ret entraa

ARTICLE XI. ARTICLE. *er en genera!, Iw deux Huret
p.t 'z.r! of the Lmtf of the Uu/"ol Slatct I par bltimens 'its Etats, pourra gale-! Parting
4_ merit tre import ba imens Sue- Te citoyens ou sujets de Purie de lh te Dan le Cds ou quelque batimcnt de Pune ContrACtanttrx vonlant ecarier Ac fen r.
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and fJ if'h e Territory CJ !w;nll1. do'rt et Norvegiens, ou de J'ile tie St. na'f'- Parties Conlraetantes arnvant a1eC leurs 4 des Haute* Parties Contractantcs, aura I latinos corumcrciales' toure etpece d'equi

tnaPTtO'f-rt'ar g5 tlie'emy.de! quclque lieu qu'ils viennent b tim n9 a Tune des cdtes appulenant a I echoue, fait, naufiare, ou souncrt quelqu'! : voque on de motif de discussion. loot r)m.
Half 3 dans 'autre dommage sur ies de la domina- bees d'accerd Te articles
yeu d\ulres Pautre, mail ne voulant pas enter J cotes qnr huit, near et
ou haut
1 50 sans payer plus drofti lion de Pautre, il donn sic dix du trirene
Quarter year de denomination le port, ou, apr sy itre entres, n voulant j ser tout et assistance preSf-nt seront applicable*
on quelque I
charges ou
Siilxcnptiona payable advance.. espece d ne partie de lenr argaison, : aux personnel, aaufugccs, ou qui ni ala navigation ct au commerce custaen
que se ?ntt per us au nom, cnargerauc se trouVeraient en danger. et il leur sera sicc.r.te rionncs, et par consequent aux exception
Az'vrt31ca. ii Every advertisementof du auront la libert de paitir et de joursu'.yte _
Gouvernement
profit
oil an des administrations -
I des dani I Its tariff
dan
and paiseports pour retourner goncraux des douancs, et
\- ujh of one column measuring daures droits.
sans
locales leur"o'age
ou d'etabl'memensparticHliers pyer leur pitrie. Les batimtns les mercban- dans Its reglemeni de .
n... &r..-rc tl cn twelve lines of tl\h typ?,first imp .s ou charges quelconqies, pour le et navigation qui en retui'.terr
quelconque,, qursi Fimportation I dues ni vantages
continuance iiaufragc*, on leur prodnit, s'ili ont flux ipectaux qui goat
dollar each -
Mreckij droits de
In "' :on one avail lieU biiment ou !Ia cargaison. es
batmens I que
en nationaux etc vedulI on pourroifnt
and wider ones at I seront restitues a leurs propric- etre donne ft Piihportation
i"fly cents lonpcr de
tl''ntretien
th SRino rafe. Rule! and figure work, Et reciproquenient tout ,'p qui pourra ; pilotage, tie quayage et wires ou ayitnt caus, s'ili soot reclames da si1et des chaodelles de Kuuie, motive

: rtin'Je? (or the firu insertion. Ad- I lejpilement eire importe dans les Roy- fan ux quand ces droits smt pergus sur dans Pan etjour, en payant Ie% frais desuuvetr.ire par des avantRg-et equivalent accordes ea

veuis mc pic it.a will br tastefully displayed, i auut sde Suede et de NH'VCJ'C, par bAtimens les n4ioiuiux daus I lesmesivs cas. B
acccrdinc to the nature nf them, and wall I Suedois ou Norvegien*, ou de I'ile jl entendu, cependant, quilse confor.ner-! IPS memes cas. Et Ie! csmpagnlei de sau- et dc Norvcge.L .

be measured by mattcr of th'u size type. de St: Bartlielemy, pourra e alement y on: toujours auxreVlemenjiit orlonnancps Vftagre ue ponrr ont faire accepter lynn set- present Articles Separe aurala mme

\\htn inrrrr.t interval, (that i ic, not inserted etre importe par b llmens des EtaUUius concernant }a navigation it le* places: ou I ric<*que d.ins les memes cas. et apies Iem f.-Tce ct valcur que s'il tait inhere mot fc
d'Amerique de dana Iriquels its abor ines d.*l l"is r.iient dans le traife si *
week from the first to the quclqae lieu ports prurient qui accordes aux mijourdnuiet &era nti
last insertion evry ) each :insertion will be charged qu'ils! viennent, sans payer d'autres ou qui sonton ae. on I e.i vi cur pour te- r'l capitaines et aux C9Iipaes' nntio.iaux. Les fie en meim tcras.

as a new a'!vrrtiiiemcnt.-Amounts for plus hints tlroits on charge, de quelque lijnaux, et q-iil sera perms aux ; GonVernemens rcspectifs veillerout d'ail-: En foi dc quoi. notis lomsignef, en rertu

4tvCvtiIfl' payable 1wavs on demand. espece ou denomination qac ce snit, per- des tlouanes de lea visier, de renter a leurs accque ce* co.npignles! ne ne per- denos pleius! pouvoirs respectifs, le prr 1 .

9 dT I.ihpr l I.'tra'Cts will be made with I Ith jus au nom, ou au profit du bord, et de prondre, tlles precautions mettent point de vexatious! ou d'.:uel nrbttrarics. sent Article Separ, et y a,ons appos* 10nclirt

( who wish to advertise by' the year. ment, des administrations Gou\'erne-I qui pourraient etre cessjiires pour p!*- de no. arraca.fait .

A.I Commuivcationa addressed to W vl'etjtbnWmeng particulierc \eoir tout commerc ilTicite, pen.lant que ARTICLE XVI. u Stockholm, 1? quartre Juilltt. mi}
les butimens reteront dan Panceinlc de II est Convcnii Ie! batimens qui arri- butt cent virgt.9lI.p..
HASIIL Hear Editor, will be promptly que ai i 1'importation avail l lieu en bull.iicns que ,
nationaux. kur jurisdiction. ntH tfi-ectcneiit i de Etats Uuis d'AC1 .. J. APPLETON, f*. .-*

atte (led to.KY. .. Ar.T1CL IV. ARTICl.lt XtT. ique, a un pon de In domination de Sa Ma- G. COM E \VETTERSTEDT,[i.. t.)
=A-A-- jeste I 1' RI de Suede el de Norvegi, Otl des
AND Whereas
Tout cc que pourra Ic*. ertcnt fetre 11 est auszt caveue! les ba'innenad;: the said Treaty and
territories df dite r l
?a > tjestp en Europe, ann
exnoite dps Ru. Unis <'A.np1""I"', pr Pune <]es tiJt.t..Q Purti..Q CO1.rltct*nte1, I ties Etau Unt*. et qui seroient Separate Article have been duly ratified
port pour-
b 'imens desdils Etats, tant t'an' ie tie lfatitrer .
egalcmenten entres
pourra ports; pn- on both and the
u* d'un ceriificat da same, danne par 1'ofH- parts, respeo
tre exporte par baiimens Suedois rant se burner a ne dechurgcr qu'une I
par- cier competeni a cet egaid du port d'ou lesl tive ratifications of the same were ex.
del'ile de St. tie de leur selou le .
Norvegiensjou Barthelemy, cargaison, que cap-- '
I >:atio>en< ssnt sjriis, et ussurant q.i'aucune changed at Washingtonon
sans payer d'autres ou plus hnuts droits tine ou proprictaire le desirera, et qu'iis ma'.adie! m.jlijne OM conta ieuse n'existttit the eighteenth

ou charges, de quelque esp ce ou denomination pourront s'en uller iibremeat avec Ie reste, 'd.ius ce port, uc seront soumis a aucuue au day of January, one thousand

que se snit per us au nom, ou an sans payer de droits imr. t5 ou cliargei! I!tre quiran'.ihie que celle qui sera necesiaire I eight hundred and twenty-eight by

profit, du Gouverncnicut, des administrations quelcouques, que pour \la partie qui aura pou'IavisitedI'ot1iciez dtrsantc du |purt ouleslidtiincnjferoieatHrrivcs.apres HENRY Ct. \y, Secretary of State of
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!locale, ou d'cst tablisiemen! particu- etc mise: & triTe, et q-ii sera marque et t laquelleil! the United States and ROBERT BARON

lieun quelcor.qucs, que si i 1'exportation hiffce sur Ic mmtfeste, qui conucnJrM sera perm is n ces I,,timen! dVntrcr im.ne- DO SxAcnriLnERo ,

AUTHORITY.BY avail en lieu en b.imen nationaux.Et Pcnumeratioil ;s eifets dont le baumenl diaternentf ct d dechirger! leurs cr "fois'lien Colonel,

7Hi PIIEIDKXT OiTHI UNITED reciproq-icment, tout ce qui pourralegalcnient etait charge, lequel mamfrste d not etre I etendii, tourpfon i qu'il n'y oit tu pcrsonne Knight of the Order of the Sword,

tire exppfte des royaiim de presenle en critter a I Udouane du lieu cu : a Irur (b-ird qui ait Pte nltnque pendant mid Charge d'AfFdircs of his Majesty,

ST.\Trs OF AMERICA. Suede et de Norvcge, par batimeus Sue- Ie bailment aura ahonlc. II ne bcra rico i I* voyage d'uue m-Udie, mlliglie ou the King of Sweden and Norway

a l'R\C L.\l lYrlO dois et Norvr;:ens, ou de 1'Re St. Bar- pave pour la partie de la cdrgahuu que 1 Ib le conta fien-: ;, title Ic* batimcn? n'aknt point I I near the said United States, on tho

theiemy, pourra rgalemrrnt en ctrr ex tameut remportera, et avec la queUe Upa.irra communique"dans leur tr.vi'rsee avec un their Government
Whereas a Treat Commerce & porte par b&iroen* des Etats Unis! d'Ame continuer sa route pour un ou piusiers bailment qui seroit lui IH-HIP dana Its cas I part respective .

Navigation: between the United rique, sans payer centres ou plus! haut- aulres ports du meme pays, el y disposer ,ie subir une qunrantaiijc, "t que *.a coutree 1 1d'uu Now, TiiEUEroRE, Be it known
da de elk cst ils vicndroient ne rut pas, a cetteepoqu I that I, JOHN QUINCY ADAMS.
trolls ou charge, de quelque espece ou resle sa cargaisjn. si I
Slates of America and His Majesty I
; si g-enernSeiaerii: iuI ctce ou
denomination que cc soil, pcrcus au nom, composee d'objels dont Pimp',rtation cat stispec- PRESID'EN-T OF THE UNITED STATE
0 the Kins; ofSwcdeu and Norway, to- ou au profit, du Go vernment, des : ministrations permine. en payant les tlroits qui y sont ap- j I Let?. qu'on ait lendu, avr.nt leur arrivee. OF AMERICA, have caused the said

jvthcr with a separate Article there- locales! ou d'etubhs emenspMticuhers plicables, ou bien iI pourra se.1 alter dans :''L uneordonnance ut.tlmens"cnant. de d'apves cette laqucile coatee seroient tons !Jt'li Treaty and Separate Article to fc.

it., were concluded anil signed, by q e-cfmq'Iejl! ,. que si I'expor- tout autre pays. II e't ceper.dant cntendu '
rcgardt come snspr-rts e? en consequeiiceasstljettil made Public, to the end that the same
tneir; P Icrtentiarits. at Stockholm; tation,: t I h tea en batimens nationaas.AHTlCtE que les tiroits, impots ci clur es qti Iconqneg 3 ,
and clause and article thereof
I V. qui sont on serout payabies uneAUTICLEXVII. eveiy
poor
on! tl.t t'oinlh 1 dny of July, in the year .
Lp stiptjlations de troh articles pr. les balinicns memes, doivcnt etre accuitte may be observod and fulfilled with
Lr articles! Ik six huit
nf Loid one thom: md fight hun- ; cinq, sept, ,
our I ccdens sont dans loute lear plenitude i'i premier port oi\ ils romprcient lechargement neuf, dix, in7.e. d'juze, tifize; quartorze good faith, by the United States and
drcdniid) e'en"hich Treaty
twcnt'y- j applicable aux bitimens des laU Unis ou en decliargeraisnt une quiuze, seize, dlx.s.'J", dix-hut! di.-neuf, the citizens thereof.In

and Srpsratc Article, being in the I d'.\nHriJ le qui se rendror.t charges, ou pirtie, snais qu'aucuns tlroits. impots ou V.jugt-un, ,vin--:t-ile'ix: vi-igt-tnm, et Yingt- witness whereof I have hereunto
,
1'n'nrh 1 ingyagc, is word for word, as,I non charges dins la colonie de St. Bar- charges pareils ne s runt dcminJes de cinq.du Trail d'Amitfi ctde Commerce coo-
hand and caused tho Seal
set
1'v1ows! : 'I tlitlcmy! aux Incite Occidentale suit des nouveau dans I li ports du meme pays ouieslits clu aleirois Avfi.miseptceiIt quatrevingt- my ,

port del ru}2IUmi de Suede et de Nor- bi'iinens fumrroient van loir cntreri trail, p.tr Ies Pl: nipotentiares des EratsUni of the United States to be affixed.

.7:: r.:7 lZ ;t2r,.) SaiilC ci j:::dci'e Tri- vegc, sojt de tout aulre lieu quelcorq-if I a-a. : moms 1ue les nutionjux ne soieutd d'Amerique et de Sa Maje ie If I Roi Done at the City Washington, this

flta. Ou qui sortiront tie Li dite cotame, chai- ll ujc i i l'1elquo.. Ji"oiu ultcric\Ji't .i'w ie fie Suede aiusi nue les articles spar un. ninotoonlL ,l.v >f JTanuai V, III thcj

:4P'4 F.t-Ats Uns:: (1' \rnriLr., et Sa Ma. ge& oC non charges, pour se rewire, soit rnerie C.l..i. doux, quatre, eirnq, que turent ig-: ;;CS leinemejjur year of our Lord, One Thousand

;( :, Jc Iloi le Sll .1e ct de Xone el''I en Subtle ou en Norvcge, soit ou tuatau- ARTICLE XIII. par If's mimes Pie'.iipotcntiar-s.: Ehrht Hundred and T" entyEight.and

"\I 11"! .m'nls 'MIrui ells-- '!* tend: ct I trc lieu rlconqie.ARTICL". out icinis en vigueur rendus applicable ,
qu Chacune ties iiatites Parties Cantraclanlcs : -
dorainitiu.i. of the the
of
ia de
lea Independence
a tons pay4 sous
cf! c.\ i c" Ie; r hti"'n1 commcrci: t VI. 'accorde i |' U facuhe d'ciUrc-
mtre
: Partiirs actusllemen Contrac'.ites. United .
Hautes States the
"lIh;:" l'n. cnire Jeurs terntoires: rect'i 11 ct entendu 1 les r Fifty-Se-
; I expressetnent q'ie tenir dani se& ports et places! de commerce, Pt auront (la rac-.nc forrc et vnieur I L- *3.
que L
& t'' ;! ct nvancus J ue ce hilt ne i I articles pieccdens, deux, tro: et tjuartre les Consuls, Vice-Consuls, ot .1 g: na dt s'ii; talent insf ros tp.twehlp.t'nt:! dana la\ cpnd.John 1.
'
.. iirt t're miiI Commerce, qui joairont de t(ute i ia pro- present Finite lien utcndii qu I?< siio- Quincy Adams
has? dVinc parfai'e ga\it ct.croci&d de cote de d'un des
cir3 \I cu cabotage
I port Pass'xUiice
tection, et recevr )ut loule ne- illations contpnues da.is le* articles pieci- By the PRESIDENT.
J' 5ct COIYf'nu5en cwtseqIitnceclenirer Etats Unis d'Aniorique, a un autre port I leur function
cessaire pour remplir ducment lei iieront toujours, ccnsos; ne rien changer
II. CLAY
en r t otittion no'r un noveau i I desdits Etatfl, n: a U nitvigatios tl'iin port !; main il cst exprcsscni ?nl decUre que aux couvtntions courlues d* par et tP;utre.vcc ,
; T-a.t: ( lIe Commerce; ct de Navigation ct des ronumes de Sued: ou de Nurvegesk dins Ic cas d'une comlinle ilea! 'e ou im tJ'au?re UltionHitn Piutervalle ecoulv Secretary of State.

C:.t nott.nic. 1 cet t{V dts riciiipoten.ttr"c f[ un autre, ou a celle entre ce\ deux der- i propre enver les lois ou I le g-mvcrnemerit I entre Pexpiruiion d-j'Jit TiR* cde mil. irptocnl ,-. .

: <, -uvoir' ; le Prcsiilent des Eta U- nicrs pas, navigation que ciuicune des I lu pay dans lequcls lesdils Cons'ils! View quare-vingt-ti-oif, et hi r n.ue, en -

IH ''Am'Tiq-'p, Jjhn: .lame Appleton deux Haute* 1'artics Coutractautcs se re- C0:1SU1'Ollgenli de Com-nercc reii'le- I rigueur, ils thts.rf.cI s par Ie Trite tit \ ouTuaLExr.cirrivt .

C -cc (!' \fi'iiro tes iitE Et.ats a la 1 cour serve. roicntils pourront ctrc pocraaivi! tt puuisConfonnement I Commerce et de Navigation conclu pai -

tI,- S., Majestr\ HoJe Suede et dft Ncr- ARTICLE Vll. I I aus l his i et privcs de Pexr les Haute Parties actueilement Couiractnates : Orncii TALLLaLSIE,1

"cre : el Sa M.jcst. 1 le !<.jl de Suede et Chacune des deux llautes Parties: Con- .'cice de leur3 function par le Gouverne I a Stockholm, le quatre Septembre, January 7th, 1828. 3 _

ic Nurvfvre, le isi-'ur Guita\'e, Comtede tractantes s'enga a ne donner ddii sea I I ment offense qvii fera connoitre a Paatre ml-htiit-ceui seiz--. Sta ; In compliance with a resolution

V.'ctl-r-iietlt. Son Mi'.e d'Ktat et des achats, ou dans ceiix qui seraent faits par ses motifs pour avoir aji ainsi, bien enten- I ARTICLE XVIII: of the Legislative Council I herewith

Affaires Efmgeres, Chevalier Conmar.deur des compagnies ou des agens agissant en du cependant qae I les archives ct document t' Vft Pc'oignmeut: ties p.iyj respecfifs deiedx I transmit to you the report of the "Select

He ses Onlres, Clibvelicr tIes Or.ires son nom ou sous son autont& aucune pre reiatifs aux afaires du Consulat seront i Hautcs P.mica.Co'nifactamet, et l u.. Committee to whom was referred so much

de 1u .ie. dcSt :\ndll de St. Alexan- ference aux importati >ns Lacs par sesbatimens Pabri de toute rechercl; ci de\ront etreeneuseIIent I certitude qui en resulte inr lei divers evencrnens .. of the Message oF the Acting Governor*

Ore 'N'e-A-skv. tie Stt"nn de la .nre- on par ceux tl'une nation. tierce, I c nierves SOUH Ice scellede qui pcuTcnt avoir lieu iI est convemi -. as relates to the contested question 01

rr/.rr-: :''.HS Chetahe!? de 1'Ordre tie I sur celles iuites dans les batimens dc n Consuls. Vice Consuls, on A er.s C.>mmerciaux -/ qu'n Latiiucut marchand appnrtenanla boundary between the State of Georgia

l'.IJ.C Uouge tie Fri! de la premiere I 1'autre Partic Contractante. et de Paulorite de Pendrjit ou Puacs d'eiiex, qui se trouverail destine! and Territory of Florida," and asL. ia

das e. Grand Croix de POrdre de Leo ARTICLE V1! !. iU resitleroient. pour un port suppose bloque .nu moment du tlie lan igeof that rcBolution ycur 'ii.-
poK d1 ttrlchrut ties nix.t.uit de I'Aca- depart de ce bailment, ne 3'ra cependanl attention the "
mediate. td
same.
Lr* deu" Hautes Tartit'S Contrr.ctantes Les Consuls, Vice Coul et AgensCoramerciaux avoir
die Suctloise, l s1'tdprc s avoircian \ Ub'.ir: : ssroient d-ie- pas capture ou con'tainne pour essnyctitte I am, Sir, respectfully,
; s'engagcr.t ? ne pis s ur a navlgation ou ceux qui dVntrer dans Jedit
i ton port,
preaicre
: > leurs Pleins PouvaJr: trove's
;;c en Your obedient servant
I eutre !leurs -rr'.toire: respectifs, ment atitoriseH a les suppleer, auront le 4 iniiins etre le
bonne: et due foraif, tint ..'rcc: ; les arUI.cs qu'ilne pnisse prouve que WM. M.McCAHTV
; par les batimens de Tune ou dt luutre, Jlroit! comme tels, d* 5 rvir de juges et dit b 'iUnent avail pCi et du apprendrc en ,
c ,0.1'.n lIes droih'Jc tonnage ou au re!, de tl'arbilrcs dans tcs differens qui poarroient route Petal de blocus de la place en Acting Gavsrnor of Flori JJ.
AITrL: J : denomination s'elever les et les que Hon.,J 03. M walTz; fTaiMnffton City.
que esp ce ou qne entre. capitaines equipage duestiuu duroit encore ; mais timens
citoyene ct sujects lie cliacune apr
tie ux Mantes Part s Contractaute*, pourrtnt RUbiis sui toute aulre navgilion.; cx so.g :\eiit Its inlerels, sans que les anion- eroicnt pendant: le meme voyage d: ntnr Floridatt the Ch-iirman of fie JwhciaryCommittee

aec toute sttretf, pour !leurs per?. : celle qj;' etles se ront reHpecliveraent re- tes J'-Calefl pui&sent y enterveiiir, a moius une seconde f>>u dans le meme port bloque of the Senate.

51)anCS'lii: sciux ft caripiisoiis, aboricr serve par le sixicme article du present que la conduite des equipages ou du capi- durant continuation de ce blocus, se Sin: The question submitted for the CQIN'

lihr-'i f rt dar.s lest ports places et ri- traite. taine ne trouoiat Porder ou la trariquihl! troureront alors sujeU d etrt detenus et suleration of Congress in relation ? .tb.

: \: ....,. d-j teriUoir s de lUutre, partout ARTICLE IX- du pays, ou quele dils Con -ils, Vice Consul boundary line between Georgia It Florida

cil '- civnmercc ctra.'jjsrr eat permit. !lspni.rront Commerrlaux; : condamnes.ATiTICLEXIX.. is one thai might have been anticipated
II ne pourrl pas etre tab1i dzns les :;; ou Agcns ne requisscntleur t.
s'y arrcttr et residcr dans traite sera en vlgueur pentiint ftum the documents coramunicated from .
Etats Unis d'Amf riqtje, stir lea produc. I intervention pour fire executer ou i Le present
3 qIq&ic partic que ce flu U desdits tern- tions du sol de I'iudustric Je umes mainlenir Icar tleciaijtis. RioTi enten- : dix annef'i, i partir du jour 4e Pe- tile War Department at the commence
ou
toires. ct jouiront, gencnlcment! tie ia :: de Suide et t Ie Norvge, ct de Tile roy de h't du que cctle espece de juge.T.ent ou drarbilrage -. chan e ties ratitic 1tion!, fOt, Oi i avniit Pexpi- ment of the session. I did l hope that, be.*

plus cntere: sicuritc et protection pour Barthelemy, .lutiih'e prohibition ou restriction i ne saurait pourtant priver le-parties .1 ration des neuf premieres antteet, I'une .ou fore the adjournment of the Lcg-islatore

les faire* le i Jcu Ih joce, a charge: de ou d'expnrtAtion, ni : conlendantes du droit qu'elles ont, a Il'[ utrc deS Hute Parties Contractantei f of Georgia a di3erent view would hare
d'importation
'1 se soumctre auxluis; et crdonr.ances oe' kim relour de recaurir aaX aulorites judi- i n'arn\i pas annonce a Pautre, par one noti- bee.i taken and direction given to this
droits de denomination
ou
I aucuns quelque espece
: pay rtspcctfs. ciares de leur Fcafion oiBcielle, son intention d'en faire matter. It has, ho rev' rf been pressed
soit autaat patrie.AHTICLF. I
ARTICLE 11. que ce qu' que ceiser Peffst, ce traite rcsiera obligtoin- by a resolution .of that.hOlly, and several
I I ccs prohioitions ccs restrictions et cesdrolls XIV. dela et ainsi ce* _suite jusqu a :
L :s bi'.imens Sucdo'is et Non-t;icns et une nnnee au ; Executive communications from th Governor -
semient Igalmement ahlis Bur l lea Lei diU Consul, Vice Consuls: ou Agens d dour.e mois qui suivront une
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eu\ dc i'ile tie St. U.rtheleniv qui arrivervt.i. .. 'expiration[ of tljit, Slate, which have-si, length
o'jets de m cr.s nature proenant de Ccimcrci\ux, serout autotisea a requerir notification, a'quelque epoquc
sur I'ur les t ou chATl des I'tats Uni d' Voi rique, de q-icque! tuute auire contre.Et i'jtfiistance dtrs autorites locales pour Par quell ait lien. of trie United States, .to both Houses ofCongreia
rtciproquemcr.t, il lie pourra s rrslation detention et l'enl' ri AnrtCLK XX.'
on.nemeut
lieu; .u'II viennent, seront traces: a letir accompanied by the ex parte
etre establis dans les royaumes de Sueie de deserlfcurs des navire e et traite sera ratifie pane Prf' i.
guerre Lc president
entree, pendant leurs jour et a leursor- view taken of it by them. .
tef sir !IC rac'ne pied que les b timensr. ct de Non-ege, ni tan$ Pile! de St. Har- marcbands de leu- pays, et ils"'4tl re5ser- dent de f F.iats Unis d'Amerique. par et avec Being thuapresented, it becomes aeon

du lieu thecmy! liar leg production du sol ou de anti .pour cet objet, aux iribuf-aux, jugesct 'avis[ et le cousentement du flenat, ct parS both in
tlUII veII4nt x'orae
: UX: rr.eme par rappOrt of magnitude, reference
I'industre des Flats Urns dAm.rique, or&ciers et recUueront pirc Majeste le Roi du Suede et de Narvege, troversy
aix dro'tts tic ton u-f', de faiuau ,de coir.petens. to the amount of property ami
pOtae, tt de port aiifbi i qu'aux vacations auoine prohibUion <>u restriction d importation :rit, l,;s dcscrteurs susmenthnnes, en et ics ratifications, en seront echangees a the principles involved in its decision.
mi d'exportation, ni aucunsuroils communication iesregisIres Washington, dana Pespace He nt'uf rnois
tie ofliclers publics, et i tout utredio'.i prouvant, par ia The United Stales are nominally! one party .
de quelque esp ce ou_ dinomina- des naviresou roles! de PequipHge, Apr.i la sigaaturc, ou plutot, si j faire se
; ou charjre, de qutrlque espece on and the Stale d Georgia the other.
.. c.1fno ..malioqae te soit, per usati notncu ton que ce soit, qu' autanrque ccs prohibitions ou p',r d' Lllrel documens oificieK q-ie dstel& peut. It cannot escape observation however
restrictions et droits, EQ foi de quoi Irs PlcnipoteMiasres re pec-
ces cci inJividus ont iiute partie desdits
au profit Jtili'jvernemen', des administrai'.o'.s that the Territory of Florida, the best in*
locales d'catablishmcns) .scraienl aJementa1Jr.s sur les objsts equipages, et cettc reclamation ain prou- tifs ont sijrue le present traite en duplica- of which
on p lr. de leurs teresl'-J anJ future hopes dcpenA
ticuliers; qoelcomue tie mmc nature proven'jrnt, dans Ie cas TCe, Pextradition m sent point refuse.De ta, et j cnt appose Stockholm ie cachet, le j., the issue, feels; an immediate ani
Fait a quartre upon
}:t r cipro( mellt, lea b '1ffit':1r des oi: Pimportation ou I'expertttion aurait teli deserteurs: lorsqu'ils auront etc Juillet armes. P.n de Grice mil bulL cut vingt-J, vital' concern in its dec ifJn. I contend
Etau Unis tl'Anj rifpc qui armcronl sur lieu dais ou hUN d<.s ruyacumes de Sui Je aretes, seront mi. & (la disposition desaltscpnsub. I i I tnat Georgia ."d tf c United' Stat:! arc

? leur lest ou cliarpus Laws le-s ports denKojauraes I t et Ue Non-cge de Pile
ile Si.t-U ct !e Xorvcjje, doq I 01 de tout autre eudroit; et dans le caaoi I'IAUX: et pourront etre enferrnes dan lei I G. COMFE DE \TTERSTEDTt. ,.] l ly intcretted in the qucsuon of sorer

tque! )lieu tja'ih vi'r.renf, ro..t : 1'iraportaiion ou Texportation aurahHu publtquet, & s la requisition et suxfrais j.1' leibrntl.

tra'.te: a leiir enlne, pendant }li .irejo ir dan ou hors Pile de St. Barihelemy, tie eeux qui les reclament, pour elrecnvnyea ARTICLE SEPARE.Des I The Treaty with Spain, pF32
tt a ;Uur sortie, stir 5c n me pied que es 1 ties rJ'aumes tie Suede et de Noryc&c ou aux narires auxquelsils app rte.notent vapports de proxTmite ct dfanciennct -1 I HTV. 1319, contains ft provision which was

M.imtns; iutv:,aux venant du mfrnclieu I tie tout autre cndroit ou k d'autres de Is meme nation.Mais relations aynnt fail re ler l'imporIlatioQ' intended fur the benefit of the ceded

T.:r rapport iu.t ilroits de tonnage, AItTICI.it x. s'ils ne IOftt pas renv'oyes dan 1'es- des ,productions RoyannifS de* provinces ; it .a that which provides fur

dt fan-jux, dc pilou f? .t de poit, ainaiqu'AuxMcauwisUcs Toutcfaculdirent.-epdt! i et toute primes I pace de JetiK mois tf compter uu Jour de ducde et d f Norv gi dn.nlle Grand Ducli their incorporatiou into the Union, +-*

cfiicieri public eta' remboursemcns dc druits, qai fceroieniftecordcs leur arre.tati0A1 ils seront mis en liberte de Ftolande, *t eelle des prod.ictions dc 1Finlande .. soon as poss'iDfe"; consiutent with the pria

tou:: autre drt4t ou charge dc quelque das: les icrritoires tl'une dsHautcn I et ne seroot plus rrcte> pour I* meme en Snide et en Norvige sur let drIes tf the Federal Constitution. laU

csj-.icc ou dc etranatioi que cc suit per- Parties CoutmclaMes, 4 I'zupurta' cause. batimens da< pays respec'ifs, par des stipaIriuooszpccialcs \'ia-- mititis djcultto give a con.truction to
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.111 r.U n'"H. Uti\11 profit, J.i Gouverne- lion ou a Pcxportatipi de qnelqu objel II est entendu, toutcfoi que si le deser- d'un traiteencorc en ob I this article C;:tl rely aatllfAaton', tickt 1

Jl'"iI.. ties R.!mi n ist rations locales OU I ( que ce *oi:, seront galemeat accorded!. teur se trourait a\'oi* coinmis quelque eur, etdont Ie renouvellemcnt forme frS un tln tbiaklht cxweS -''irpor4tiQQ .J\C

u c::. IJf\ir.c-.s r.HttuhtlM queiconqic5, I I aux cjcU uc nj mc m .ire prodaits.di l I, crime ott dclit/H peurrji e\e sur


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ted Slates ado there would be nogrtftind scribedi'lhe to nnLiana Dr sot crcgi htic, but it anon by the King's proclamation
that of the St.Marv's. not ;
i r the Union," is evidently intended, not tot I source cfthit riil(1 say ,
I for indemnity for tire does to me that (Georgia, alter all '
a claim of appeal has to the land
imlividual 11 have not been able todiscover as Georgia now in t
+ "Pll ly to the 'bablllual5, by '
: hail these proceeding*, ought not to claim ao
sustained. .Cut Spam
or >lic act, by I injury suppose contest south of Ellicot's lino and
wing UIMII only the privileges wf Amctiami any grant/proclamatiou, pul continued in possession of Florida and this I exemption from their operation or to avail ; ,

I. citizens ; but to the Territory they I j vhidi the State of Georgia could set up question had arisen be4 ccn her and Georgiu II her I"n" the common law maxim! "nullum if that wero added to I Florida wo

iI'J inhabit. Annexation to one ot the States \ any thing1' like legitimate claim, west and -ile ]paitieg would be placed inn singular I tempus octurrit He?i." Ai I contend thati should be a Stato next year-"a con
head of
X., would! be a transfer to a dillcrent Sovereignty south of a line drawn from the ) is ibis ,
altitude.) Spain \ ouid have bad no further legislnlion nrce.! xry on summation most devoutly to be wish
:; into that State, I the river Alta fttlta to that of the St.ltarr's I ;
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an incorporation I will
I jlt ii'u to complain, ttltoss guatantecdbv subject, only refirr to a few facts to "
ed. I have isle honor be
GJvernmeitt to
and into tl.c Union attest r. construe- It to me that the 1 ,
no: : appears the Unite Slates, in what had solemnly shew the intrinsic difficulties of any further ;
V, lion would be a forced one. The more of the United States can, vithmudi been settled old a.s tsreIIIO her. The mnl- .proceedings. With high consideration*

d'it? ? natural idea is, that the sovereignty renounced more propriety, annex all the l land ter, afcr liaviiijr been tleteniMued by the The Commissioner .of the United Your most obe'dt serv'r, '. _
by was ultimately lo be not included within such a line anil consequently the panics competent
': Spain propcrpartiws, only 1 J M. \\ liitC.
It' ,,. placed in the \lands of the People, in tne not within the cl.atfcred: limits I to uVl mine i it, acquiesced in for Ivvcntyjte I Slates, a jienlleman! of prracticnl sci- os. ..-_,'

r same manner with the Territories af the of that State to Florida, than to institute Seats ; during which time, an exam- ence and great erudition, who is a- Extracts nf tetters from Thomas M.Itandotph ) ,''- "'

Umtrtl States, but to reina-n under the investigation, at this tins, to find a iiiniioiilias' bccn n.idtby a Coiiinussion Jn- like distinguished f f lr bit activity personal .

'41' ;uurd.aii the Stale Gcoignt, *i a report iu.iusirv, and intellectual refine- Esq United State eo

I ,, until the principles of the Constitution for the boundary of that State. The co n- made, that this was the head ofthe, liver.rpo I| declares that the of lh Cojumisiontr, to Jos. Jl. j1'hiteI ,

-'t' -, \\ould recognize tlit-ir admission .as a mission given to Sir James \Vrirjht, nIle what {principles car lliU, viMllerbeopcnej mint, source e I, Delegate from Florida.
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State wit, all the ri."tlt! of sovereignty 20th January, 1761, if ii conferred a jurisdiciion : or rather considered never having iM'iry's is not only indetermhiatc, 23t1.1)ccerrtbcr,1827. .

'D. ihe : could I> Rftttled / I think it I lobe but indeterminable! I
stow rlaiiiwd b> (;e01'gia. The I adraissiotf beyoi.d proclamation PU ought by any geographical "Dn.vR Sin I not
oj : only concur fully !
< I.oui..hlnl:411d Mif-souri, are practical pot be considered H grant of soil : the one (eonsidf cJ res ndjudicaln and the naxim or physical proccshatevel'. I _:_

t ;; &tJml.I
I' 'I... I. It iiou- a Territory, possessing1 WMIH- h'!" limits as the boundaries of Provior.es ; the a maxim +ore impoiiaut; in the disputes of } ofthe Georgia claim but I really j-
from the letters of tint
the attributes of sovereignty, and is. ulumaUly I other, an authority to exercise jurisdiction nations linn to the conlioveisy ul'iudividAls. gentleman tome : tliiuk, with gravity, that Georgia

Rno dintant day, to take he I specified in the grant of power. The n S+111, pose Spain had: attempted to wliicli place the subject iHsncJi a tuif,Jlt have as reasonably set "l.t

place in the Confederacy. If that periodohould I commission of Sir Jame \right} calla for extend her juiisdiciion beyond KHicol' clear light., and are expressed in so i 1'I"h Louisiana up a '
the southern of Si. tin*' Mound, s>h .Mary's as
,; Arrive before the settlement ot stream ; much better language than I can em- : -f
f ( the of sail of both the M>c. this .hp l well then be the s repugnant to grant
question part
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t' that remark of mine i is
.' would plov, Jio necessary .
of the of lllJrt and not }
y, directly; intr'csted In opposition to hc I the Provinces of Georgia and hast J Florida testy as the Au lu-American Andes, because :
Gc utii.t' tar complained: of the bad on the points to which they
pretensions of Georgia : I \\'llIl4hU1 J in i it nm.-t be holder, like alt convi.SssioPsCvXii&iuing Justly. it reached the Mississippi be .
faith of Spuii, nod called down u|llHl her relate.
.> 'to the place' of Spain, and will have a rij-li! I authority: moiv extensive tU.in ihecnrst; of ;Vcripture.; for allenipling to fore. "All the,land lying between v. .

,"' to call' on the United States to guarantee I the law on which they ar- founded, voiJ remove her nc hlHlI'c lAud-marks / Upon most occasions thorn j is hut the rivers Abtamaha and] St. Mary's '

F 'her limit*. When LoiiVmni was divide-1] / rQ tanto. This variance can reasonably ./n.lice does jot with the change o1patio's. f little) difficulty in finding the head ofa t.I I ,
vary miles wi
take SO rc
: into two Territories: it f formrd the ground I be accounted, ] for, by a ivferencc to the If BUt would uavc I to ( -vcr St.Mary'sis .
1" in the first charter to lieol Il. tprctensioii river. The longest branch from itsHisemhogueinent i unreasonable in
fact
bv that HS
? of serious n-moiistrnnce, siippoiud 1 been unjust on he part of Spain, it would my opinion, as
r I tr+ng re*>on* ; it was-suul that Louisiana the most southern stream oftheYltuuaiia: equally sf) .v the Jiait of the United or ,the ono which 1 the former would have heen. The

.!' If.; was one entire sovereignty, entitled! was fixed upon as Hie utticru limit of ,. Stales, or of (t'llc"ia. The necessity ot adhering discharges the most water, is not al- head of St. Mary's wa known as

to bre.nme-a member. of the Union i ai the Colony, and the omission to the to treaties; when eut+ietl into, h.is ways the head of tlm river. Names soon as thero was a settlement at its r

x Louisiana and l again. that,If subdivisionW.is Ciovcrnor'and ( aptaiu General puns-icd. been fully RUt IHI|y urged by GovernurTr aro arbitrary. The E cauihia river

S'f I.f allowable 1! at the pleasure of Congress the charter. The second commission, <'!p Hiiothrr 'cca!iou.. If the questionwould : mouth : for thc'lndiansof Old Mico -

-.i,, "*f -cJiimsion mil;hl be indefinitely after the annexation by the proclamation be considered an settled beiwren which discharges itself into th'j head 1 and the Micasucky'townsr went thereto .

1/ 'I., }JUstpu"1edTII, reasoning was disregarded 1.f' before quoted!, appears lu be a copy ofthe Spain and the! Unittd Staler, I can see no Pensacola Bay, has fvo branches trade v: ry soon after and were

\ on the strong grIIOcl.of r.-'ces- first, and, in like, manner, c.,Jls for the no reason why tho subsequent acquisition o t* arising within one hundred miles of followed

!! lit), and because thr creation *,f two distinct :I most southern branch of the St. Mary's, Plot ida should hive rice to it Kg'ltin : and i if its mouth ; whilst that of the Cone- soon by very great numbers

I t sovereignties, instead of one, Was an : which does not accord with the proclamation ; there be any force i in the argument thaiGcorcia cub of .those residing on tbo waters running _
whirh also into it is almost
!s intension of thr advantages stipulated by The Governor of Georgia in a com- and the United tilatesarc the only runs into the gulf ; all of whom turned

fH I icao"Ito the Legislature i of:that State, parties, the Dele' of Tloiitla 1 twice as long, discharges most wafer ; where
r the treaty. Hut at this lime, no cue en- 11\1 11\ as ;-p oIciiiiily out Suwaney runs out of it,

II'rtunt'd the: absurd idea of annexing I ol'} !ttMi Nov lat, speaks of the land annexed proles: against any altrratiorr of ill e mid yet is certainly not the.head I and crossed St Mary's about thrco

t parts Louisiana to the adjoining States, ,I I ;o Georgia b>' the King's proclamation boumiari-s, wilhou-t the consent of my or the Escambia whii'h IMS been l hp'uv Ellicot's
mites
f :f although k-might Irate been very convenient I\I oarl tUe CUIIIIHI.,,lOn ot Sir James VVri;;nt.Itivill crtnaitocut* i It. Iulvwuhythtt l name more than half accnturv Mound at wbritis

.. to I have doneso.. The. preservation I hi' ])erccived that the latter includes I ir llieic i i. Any grant of authority in the called the Pine Log CrossingPl{:+ce
I This
;" of their! municipal t law. XVA* n most I mare than the former, Riid lust hey cannot ,I ConriltUioniiiMpic.tionahlciii! it* uatuir.nod southern branch of f to this day bec.uise a very tall treo .

"11 ; important consideration with tlic I'ooplc 4e eoimcrted together as einbrncintr I had almost Illl unlimited in its ex- St. Mary's, which has lately. linen des would reach across tint: place 'They

r I (*f (fiat Province, and th-s would not have I the same "'n h.1I ii.-J 1 extent, and if it beroriecttii.it rent i it is-lhe ttunty -niaLing power {gl"t'llto coyeredlnd sought! to he made the were always said to have come the
1 the Ct-upral Government. The of by
[ a riuiunis-'ion conferring-; safety
been -accomplished, if they had been annexed I boundary of Georgia his been
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.. law which the States' for head of the St.ltiIruy'sand that trill
i ers moro extensive than toe oi I. was amply provided by ic-
: } to on-of the adj inin Slates. 1 from
t ; known time kiimemori.il r
consider l the stipulation of the treaty It | it is foundc.l, be void, the siryunifiit ofcourse (JIil'ilthe; ratification of the Senate, their by a is acknowledged tobe very ancient.
( cannot be maintained and the con immediate rep.x-scntativcs. it cannot be different name, and was no more The!
most intended reconnoitring! sent by Ellicot }
important one, as to party -
p.fe II | clusion to ulneh! the Gotcrnor conducts us, I expected that such u body would ever advi thought of as the rivor known by thename
the
fuo;illyith' and Minor
acquireilprovinres
on a although
1 "that of the land uiiliiii the limit i" or content to convention tli.itwould they passedthe
a portion any of Sf
the States which declared their jr.11 I Mary's than the (rune-
I pelHl.1 of Georgia, on tl'c Florida! frontier, Ira* injure llicm!elvei or their: :Iales. Ani mouth of what is called to this '
and much ri I I I cub is of the Esc
once possessing as !ecn sniveled :nd sold by the United i,i I e rrioirrlrincnt, in one instance, would only now ( mhja. It may day the South Prong, by the people

f'i I contend for their boundaries, by referring I Sin"'<:," 1 is fallacious. A very olivinu> Jisiir.clior. !1 bo a precedent for err ropriitioiiiin anotnci;; discharge ten times the quantity of residing
: to tratics and l 1\\\\ near, went directly the
procnrnatoJI., 5, emanating might here be l.ikeu bctneen l'I'I'p. I i Mini the riist bl<>w vruulUtiike a nerve water, anu yet uoi-be the head of St.I up
III:' from pHi-tics competent to nc"oti- UdIIUltiul; wliivli, I i; notice to all the j jw which agitate the Ludy }politic in nil known St. Mary's ricer to look for its head.

t.. ute or I legislate J as Crcmria., or any othei I rid, and I I.a. lire! force cf law, and a ,;! its parts. The United Stairs did not .profess Marv's, as at the time the They t) no thought of any othert.ilarj's.

$tate in the Union. These Provinces I 'olllmisinn i xxhich ji\e' j"l'i"ilielioli and i I lo cede an poinou of (iooigia, bat to ch irter was granted to Georgia;< or The Privy Council; in England -

.t, were-rot acquired with view of'olHuin- I is ofa nature; to bf regulated by convoni- : han its I liiiiits cel'ain.cc.l.' The blaic of when the treaties of 1 t),1 and 17P3 had no more thought of

ing ubjecSs.tOt- any of the .S'atis ; and as roca'td, may l IJr limtf'd; Jo one, or exteu ;i! G ieor:ia is I piohibiletl, by ihe) Constitution,1 I :..'(remaclc:. The :Nortliernand, any

:, to the United States, the.genius oi our
internment tbrbiris it, unless the ten I f-ver. any (5 the
!nile! square be an exception. If I am di rroji.inry; i it is ,"ut to rrht I by tu! (H ..4ly \i I.1-: ,-. l
? jristaken in this \ic-w of the subject! I I between 'In-it K! Main and+f tlie l;' litter!!
hall at least be eXCl1 referring) to the I Elates, of.'J'l 1 Septeiuber, J I78.j ; tu.: tre.ity ; ncgocialc; ugly\ through the GtwernrnHt I branches, ; of what is properly calledSr. been indefinite!

i; position I occupy in i relation to (lie People \liich fiK.'- tliv !units of tie I'.iiivd! n'ales; ; of the United 'afls and nrry act conslitntionallv !hr Mary': and tho idea an boundary. The
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I t: t' 'loida, url liS a citizen of the af llie .udasiJII of the IievolHtiun.ir, v' uar, : 1"1 Ifrlut'by{ l r:.;lt- Govcininrni. I general Provincial Assembly of Georgia could "-

i United: States; for exposing \"'hat I 'in I directs that out sonthcin' homi'tary: shall f in ulii.-Ji! her interest ale .l1'ctcd. j I which prevailed; at the fime was, that not have contemplated any other in

;: sirlerthe groundless pretensions of Georgia pnr-iif1 a lint' in i.ltilll.IIn! north -of the ,' "j lie i is humid In'.,. as mach as if executed bvhiTself. Jlllicct, tiro American Commissioner, March, l6j : for they bound their

.,; ; to the land in ucsiiun.yi riju'ji! "I..llIc middle! oft'ieiiver' ,\JKI- !! This i is the onlv OUMII.. ilnon i li j had l obtained l tho advantage of the due .line
parish by a west from tho
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This controversy involves two qno.s-1:; lal'hinlla or dintiaho'ifiie, ; 11'roce, alonifli \ hidl her com;)! n-m cuu !I.<. .III.arctC, ; { : Spntii.sli: in fixing r the mound) near [

.' tmjjs the one of'natimnl 1 law! the other of} tf' inidiilc, I thcrenf in it>- cotton, '.vith the; li>-i, lights 1".f"I.tc'd in controversies: nit!. wh'vt v\i; before this I head of the toast southern branch they

; '. f-ct. It is assumed by the Kxeoutiw of| Flint i\er. ; 'an'1 l tlit-ju-e., trui'it. I., iht.v 1 other nation; The new discovery l knew 01.'. Now from whit has been
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INI ijeorgia, that the tile ie'tl '?.ri 0')1.' 5:11') 1'1\1'1. u lU'. 111e1'C, I:I !i\-\'II to the 1'1 cat\ ol' 17J"i, wlidl.1, i en- i! andlCW name, tic! Southern Branch hitherto considered the
sinus! by the Commisioneri at of the upon Clllll// a1.11 .. ...-.1 ... i.... ...?..f. !I';*'IPII into It_v lif-r
States and Spain, in pursuance of the I ioaadl"tl on the cliarit r cit Gf.iriria, I it-dl! (lovcnuncnt of (he I'nitctl Stafc*,.(:l a nh t of Sir James \\Vight referred toby jiccordinj; tf> EHicot's oalciil.ition,

.. Treaty of limits entered i into at San I.oven- j 1 frsnn l'1d tint it will l h:! cunvii-jrejj; ; as li-'iv- f.jr''I-I11,111t'1' within; their; Iceithaatr jui; > !iiclion. I I from tho north towards the west of

U .?o el Kcal, on-the 57th Ort+:!t-r,17I3, is na!; nil +orcc! in IIpIt1; : -ili'1I lo the lre uy, : i ir I ami, !by that Georgia is con t !ulillnal. TOvernor.Forsyfh not copiedI : h.9: lr 2.", would strike tile junction
I uaceitai'dy, ,. fnt the (J mfr !tr :Iv. i'l:1 I bv mistake, from the first { for
: not the true boundary intndcvl l by the mipclenJ + nioially lonnd-IHIHI ill: lilt! laf: ;t 1 calling: of Flint and Chnrtahooche: of
;;
in e.iclidiog: a at the,tuin,inatii i- f,a a'iitm the Simihorn,
charter of and tla 'Jf f fj rare peace furit per.e. -Jl would be in vain branch of the Alittamaha -
j; corgis, : tre..t) course N. 90 VV. or dun west would
I 1 >n ofllseuai of IU"I'JII'lIdt'nct', tn re that PU\', 'r; cite 'Mvennntl t< oili<:s made, this midle! ,
i8.J
; but tat! th r lievl and *>urce: I f one wits (\'i41cllll) in- '
) .; the St. ,,l\lall' the bonnd'iric't au of ihe loiinoiCol. if one iu+livt'brtl Slate had; the' r it lit of rc- / *lriko lower down the Apaliichicola,
Mary's river, in tli truded.fi'i!
stipulated
-e .,. ". C'.olritipor.incotisl I) with flu- dc- s-i-tiii" the boli-inti Cu\aliols: ullheGcnp- 114 provincial authorities, being more to the left hand an going
f +4'C"ownt it is lar'h"r south : a hit WIII'I! linilivi', trraty I.f }etCr between ihv L'u.t- t lal (;O\'I'I'IIIII"lIt, heir own R.'pi '; \'e.1 in the -cIlI !ion .' JI, so ho'v much lower still :
must
giv-f t o Vnrgia fifteen hundred t-nsusand] a parallel
I ', .l States and ( lea' Diifiin, liar! .1 r.> considered it
las cession ninnenl part, vtilhoiit lespeet tl) ; the Hoard of Trade
tines! of land, clar.iod ly t.\ t Soiled I or U-ist and'r'> .,t Florida; I by liicat f I's':"ir having ri< en exeenir.l! a any ccor lin; III all and Plantations- En iand l line, or another due west Ct lrsc. starting

s States, as a portion of the ptn.-I er..ito-I 'Jiilain to Spain ; ami the 'IU| iotuii >,iocbetween in-! 1i,1,1S of ibe Coiibtitutlui: or tu lituitnlions + so "50 miles further south. come iu

ry, acquired by the treaty of 23d Fcnnnrv lli< Calhnlh1..jro.I) an.l our G p. a> to liii: thought ; and thc'Commisioners of contact with that river 1 The l'l

1819 ; about eight hundred square ,'c.nlnt'IH'IIat "wn tIe head aurl sum'co Tii,; ns.sent of ( I'ol'ia (.oo :gia, appointed under the anrho- /)
wa not onlv viuc.ial.3scniLJy .
miles cf which has been sold and patented I ofthe St. Maiy's river, as tiffined ill thechartrrof III ii.! Ireaty of 171)5, but, given lit}' of the State, so reported. It is could not havo made

bj' the Unite States, and the money { (Ie-i ;ia anil :a,t IMotida, and! in the cnacimcnl of upon n ''it'ill'1'1 a iccentoccasion i kuown that, at the time the examina such a mistake; ; lam persuaded they

paid into the Public Treavirw',th thr t the treaty of ]178.3 / The bm-lm force of f'XCI li:ion of vrbic'i this tlilTti did not make it. Spanish Creek at
: iliy uccorre rl. {tion-\vas made, ,
unsuspecting confidence of the right of ihetiealy of I 17>+;{, is ..rln.t>d by: Gjyeruorj""Irt it wag til1 amt e-daally and imcqiiivecaily; by tlio Survevor 'of''the mouth of which was the Indiau

:coil!, at the time it nas survived and bold; iii and I ors,til, and it is refeired l etpre q'tl. That law wa- introduced l ha' Georgia, it was a season of unparal J'
l'I''I' trading establishment
AVlicther this be true nut-willch i it( to by thr-n a.id tits ot J itlhI' leled called elders
or ; treaty n 1111 of the (i.'or<; i:< Delegation' at 'the i iuslance drought, ;ant at another! tint et. Hill
,. Cl !Hot be expected will be conceded j txve'o Spain and the United .Stairs, 'Klous! of the llxersilive of,that Sttie. This; he miiihl Irive nridc the same investigation was the north branch to them, ,

Without farther investigation ; since not it, Ahn Ooi;llill'l'itl; ', in the dCtri'tiolltile: net, a* inrrotliie] by Ihrm rid; in llio form when :all the and 1 the St. Mary's itself the south
,
only the Commission appointed in 1 t1!$I_!. hou:1dafi"3 betv. Jj.i the two connJrie: ; tintoumiaiie iu which it p.isscd, did not provide for as- \ waters of that branch. It would boas reasonable t to

I 'once of the treaty before mentioned, but tr.! c, cxrrptiu? ,'tl' rr ..Ieltrminl'l -' e rtiniag the limn* betwoeu the Stale and vast reservoir composing; and in the I insist on the head of the Missouri
I i
1 u commission constituted by the State of? hy natural obj-cls, roqniictl ascc- Territory, hut niilnnrirerith President! of I vicinity of,tlw Okefinokc{ Swamp+diacharging I I notin

Georgia herself, have pronounced, th til1 tiinK'iU by Actual surreys ani! demarcation the Tnili'd Slates, in conjunction with the |. themselves through this {mid constructing a document of

', their opinion, i it :g not w -there i is a 1)I'p ; ', uas necessary to seers tanl flip :S!it con iinled authorities of (icorgia; ''lU'' Ills cfpninel would h-ive i! old! date calling l for the source of th-3
furnished
I. \'i.ul,-qursion to be de*erminecl, to wit ; ilrree of laitnde. by &liitro\1omical"hcr-! cause the line to l he run and distinctly malt !1.- in Mississippi, as to shift the name of tile
more
Dee iot: the trt-xty of 1795, the proceed t.ition. and aflciwciidx tn trace the line IMnctnal t.c I" 4iid"tiie, line, solo f he run aim innikcdshall water month than the South S t. Mary's where it be orl'
never .
.
was
Cieek
m.der it i :>ui vry ; to accumpliali this, was inserted ; heshiht from did] in t a In
ings : the consent of Georgia, as a' the junction ni lilt I year. a country To those all!
the rj.l ailicle ofthe treaty of l 79 v. C'lialt.ihooche flint the jrcm.-iik.ible i for its at acquainted with the
f component part ot the Union, exercising to point designated .I calcareous combij 1-
alit be denied that it wis competent roth the bend theory of rivers, it is well known how
nn tinqii stiwulhle! constitutional as of Jt. i\i.iry'" river, iiHtionsj now
In the negotiation and r.tificatioluf prove a United Slates to enter into stipulalimiNwith ; ; b> the' commissioner.* .ippoiutcd coder the.! .j, am! brancus! springs iii.iy break out, I illusory the test applied by 1\1.'. Mc.

1rt':1t)' oflimiN, the ucquicsvence of the Spain to cm ry into oll'ect: the ticatv 3d article 01 the treaty of I7i .." ,, : : be formed wl.ich did not !i Bride is, where the havo
of 1783 and dues the j cXtstrlll! y ea atr-
of lie i a .
State for treaty pre u- Jt Wryer occurred to tliat: century! agj -+
legation here twenty-seven, and their) eal'S KxecuVtve by their there fJ f' (4 to do any tiling nntie '/ There is i no Dclecratiou, that it was highly competent ivsjiCCtatilt for- ::j I I have heard it suggested: that El-1 |&TfKtionfora? ions even snfiicient to cause the stHfT-

conclude them from setting up this c'Hun si cession ohirct of Of Territory the t-.a.\; the. of sole and exclnjve the Tinted i States to do any tiling= trace th au I Ito :;i !licot'srcjiort was uot to bo found! in tlio time of most part of their

? at this time lOr, does the charter ofthe tiH llrtnPr into limits was to c'rcutcthc unfinished! work, of runningami I!j I Department uf Stale : it will be 01 waters, jnurh more wlrere (their origin
eflect what '-
cnrry trcaiy
the : mnrMng: the" line hotvvecn the two pyjnt I I is a great reservoir. Hut
colony Constitution
of in
Ole State, afar o' then "uns thf Constifof: of Jeorcia | served that the of the sup
to do a eed upon by the two Governments of !' treaty >1 puaks "the
exempt them from the operation ot \-itb the questioii ? liy relation the I'(I journal" I position that Mr. \IclJriuu has determined
ofvliich I
a ibis and their actascerlaininjf Spain sad the United Stales ", and it np- I we 1 have a copy in
treaty assent to it
so for tin the
limits section
orally given and ; according to the pears never to hay occurred to the late uthe Library of Congress and this of the channel I accurately -
publicly expressed as !principles adopted in the Ireaty of 1783.became : five ; 1 and
to authorize of (tcorMtt, until; the work was nearly I has mad it correction
them Iq set aside the of thai objection cannot be ur ell by (.
treaty, H part treaty. In order to y2'hr. : tcor-
coinpletrd. hill, os It +vrt' introduced l lor the
& the proceeding under it, and now institute preclude farther dUpnte, and terminatedi by them nil : because it was stated to Col. superior 1 velocity of .ho mid
ivn ? objected to Iiy tor, on the dle of
an inquiry as to what is the true { :ciis fcourcc of St. 1uC river ? I think (leorpucuunot a:1I1JIHll'nals ofthe Corunipsioners basin ul'the St Iiln"s
should of
to the brad of St. MnryN. 11 did notcir United States at one hun
Milledgcville
constitutionally or justly aPelt s- form a part of fhc treaty of Mini's ; the line \.- to rue thatthe journal and .' by dred limes eater area
pru'et'd- the
} Executive he-
perhaps
such a claim,and I trust it will. he reFisted thus practically ascertained, is to be cot 1- inp; of the: ComCTissioucrs vtcrc'o be a pa it hat tire journal uasconsidered ins (: t and shallow while i the

with a becoming regard for the in.tcreKts si( "n'1 as if rltlI'PikVt in that: treat\. of the treaty iwelf. Of this, hove+ ct: I ltvva I. authentic there, and would is other

uf the United Stales, and the Territory Without putBiiiiie this course the trratv_ of ;ittforinetl! by Cu+'. Torsyth, who referred I be tiled upon! as such. Tiiis journal t deep, might have allbrdcd Icsii:1
I have the honor to 1783, a' rrirards tin! limits between Spain ter at that timo and
represent lothat article of thc treaty, and convini.cd I was composed after the yet at another,
The first charter granted to Georgia, and the United Stairs, would have been a not otfly' myself, hut Committee! made and report was might yield HS much in one week as
! was thc Sdi of dcud letter, or at lrnt useless for anvpracticHl that the question h.vitrc been settled l ; as a matter of history, the S-jiiili
the
I. year George 11 Annlontini eu by Prong in half
] 1732, which embraced that ) 'Hirj.osc ; {,ash irca'iii jp.ak ol t\vo nations it could! nut be disturbed. .My II would he considered conclu.sivc even if year : and,
part the other even the latter did
junction Flint furnish
Carolina lying hrtween tUe Savannah and Chnt.ilioo'Mica apposition the bill, as it c.une from if it were not made] a part of tire treaty most,

river on the north, and the Altam.dia 011 J j ry's* one A s the point utlier, and, at the which!head oj the St. .Ma S'fntt". tyro intiiiced. h3havini.;: learnt thP.1!' after this lapse of time : it would the which I am very sure i is !impossible for

The south. In the the line wa- to there wasu northern branch of the St. ; whole it would bo
year 1763, the King, by begin mid terminate : l.'ie! first Ma-1 hardly be expected, that, in relationto year, as unrC:1sonable -
irqnired no r 'a
hh royal proclamation made four newprovincesin other a.crnain.ncirihun ihnt of Use treaty by, Jiliicof greater and cttt'nttnan the the one selected I j I a fact of such notoriety it would be to call thecentre of its lako

by th! definitive thccunnta.y acquired f in America I of of 1783: ; the second required! l th4 (exercise which), I/ascertained! Sp-.ini.sh to t br the Commissioner heat! of the! I| required to support it with such technical the head of the St. Mary's as l for the
treaty concluded judgment and Scots

peace research at look
: thcie crtnld{ bono l "ter"julcl dive Glasgow to forthc
at Paris, on the'10th of duTercncc lo FG,1 ids as much land evidence as a ccrtilled from ; head
February opinion at to the tin, but nbve arc line i i.s I of Clyde in the
that These MS n-}w Maimed by Spain because Middle of Loch Lomond. '
year. Provinces were Quebec, it was not the ra,e n, to the last. Liter: all i Geor-I by accident or'negligence
tit[ th luw( !. I
va.s convinced the
Grenada, East and West Floiifla. In dejngnaling other river HIP St. M.irv's has ni.uii by.itr nrgnmenls Governor fro\ fc. U 1 has been lost \\/e might as ; outlet of which [pours into

the buinulanvt: of East Florida, 'heads, And, different .O .illiolls nngr-t ex-M have Forsytls ( I Iihrtn iiVwnton well demand from Georgia Clyde, [perpetually moro, by many
greater
in powers to convince a certified l
that proclamation, the following ns to that most deserting of'tlir limes than, all its"
expression name It that gentleman' on nil of her charter waters ; for Loch
questions copy fro
r e.
is
use-d. r/.u herefoie ll England at
"y oi.i 0. was ,
I'aof ; .l/ !dlllchiCt1l" necessary ro stile the mart ftllli'llh (learning and talent Lomond has
that however! this a manifold
rehere tltf CLtiluhoichr nod /-'// tei-by convoiUion and ,agreement j and I, ifilm Jtttt I our rl.iim, it was one tkat could not be If I day. If any evidence of its authenticity to its greater sp'icc ,
tier rt wet, to the soiircf of the St. Mag'trivir I were done faiily, without G were demanded supply waters !than the Clydo
I
nat it ( eorl'll, in itfcquenre of its or corroboration -
find, ['Y the count of ih* said river, should I 1 be, *.od is, a- bhminon lie pf definitively I fettled b\. this having which been I of the general history of the IUd .the ratio is both inverse*, and infinitely
treaty,
Atlantic (r'M.b If i it
< ocean. In this M cre inserted in I in
the the
procUnu treaty of nor plead! in bar of further country, it will be found in greater American case.'t1)cceht.Srr
proceeding the
1783. N.
A. lion, there i is also H grant in these wardst : unfairness is alleged ; the in The ofa f ostensibilily -
discovery
southern
ffr/r+ire, also, with the ailrfcfofeir Pn''t'y t tcrcitofthe: United Slates prompted the it Sttary" hu altered the casebut btanch dv of,esnnt the j : of :ho mounds, mid: the objects a"tlht 1827.Sm .
and
C"tnr'itfii'etaiil, nnne.rctl II' /V&- lOIlUUIISIOI.'I' lo uhtt ill hr most ndvHiiayeous vlfpr.in ;j marks described.
our
'
myjiul;;'nenl.tlC!IH'il which% "Dg.R
In
Jii.c 011 j. : the
r, 't''('#'f Georgia 'll1lle tnfs : HdjnsTmf.il ; and he did not In conclusion : hasty letter I
t 'ry betuvetiihe io '\i it"111. should, I b r> decided.Vhen this bill came I solemnly bcllW'I; I md the honor
j river* .llfanahn and t..Ikrrt.J It tell IS"iiilelhfoiirr to thai of Spain The!. (.f III- for coiuideraiinn, no objection was mart up|Ic; ,'I tint the United Slates' have as ifluch to address)U lately I

will be percritetifrom an rxanr'vition! of I t nc, no adverse 'n to it by the detention fiom in claim < state t, what I believe you will! rCH'Ji-;
I, the crest to that Of ieortria Oeoigia, ei-I'{ to all the land above what} has t
J
fore the \
u",1 artier III the haa.:'* ;. .cl.i : on contra her House If they supposed tic! question y establish upon investigation
U }II
been called as
ry, eras their interest the Florida an
matron tlut the laical ;111 lie Al'.. ot M, lo I 3l-tlp cbrainiu'/ that \'\.i\J ) ct ojieii fur dibCiis inn, why was tin boundary, ; listorical lees "Ihat the
"
,
lunch
the Province oi us a us they eouhl. If the jnieKtofacor hill I ivest ot it line from tho stream callc.i
Ceoiy.ia. ..ouiii \.f ti,, iv, i ;- permitted to pass confining the Deer sources of th ethe St.
I'
a '. .tta ntttt+, did not extend bexund lilt; 1 he fruud oJ ia the had been ccnprornitied bv h ion totlie. two point; agreed upon ? I dn Alalamaha and St. Mary's, to the limit 1 Mary's hy Kl'icot had: !H'CrJ
Commissioner 1. no\vu that
of the fin lot Jinow that any liniiation! ha* been r first charter before hy name, at its head for
pre'I
I the annex-1 i length
great of time heforo. ., in rult t


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rjy of tSc Citz -! a ree that rr "" ri :- wifdomic fo the without the least
of Indian tr.ialr.jr path ; appointed hefdrn) that }'ear 'tp rI I j= ; pcrvtdmg, as escape | injury-she did not

qnrnrc tre and afterwards t w et.ilnd } '- .: ,'d, and his report was nnt made wc want many n utuer night-watch thin;**are! wanting want rC-CmpanecS, for the welfare innd : Censure of maevoleuce! ) yet it will go to Gosport as reported. The

ro M.. Mary', and the City-but how all: : be long we fear, before the hHm of I i Delaware was for and
Trader's Hill) !having always I I iziuil May or Junp, 1800. The I'I'I pro jrity ul are ready sea, only -
_____ ,am .- I Government exclusively tbwe lhiii; to he ohttcd t Such ao one witppiwed government will bo entrusted to hands, ) waiting for a fair wind to proceed
General having
it there. to tnxe nnd if we impoae tlitm to
c)5rt2 I Ih :, ,
I able like his to guide the State to the Mediterranean.
,
United the foreign relations, of course !ntpf orl necttturv measure? for the PuWkiufety -
The Commirsirrrrs of the rball iwsr lJl vote at the next ejection J the storm of with nd- Savannah
I i made the arrangement with Spain, and we through part!, Republican
and in February, J J1H Such he the idea which actuates
tu 1
--titets Spain, nppenrs to itself, add to hb! own glory -
I. Georgia was satisfied with the arbiterduring nome ot those whore JctI.. i t'J take efficient vantage To the Editor the Baltvnort Ge
tho of
\ h-ti hrard name npfl O r
\ never 1 l tIn.e wloare : and renown. As a scholar fcv of
four cootinuaoce of his j rtcpo in ih mat' rll; an< amon; :
flt dn ? ) olhei : for EJltcot docs I II.t years I in due need l>\ better DJ'olitei there i, purl,a surpassed him ; and ibr I 7.1k.
country
_ function and wit;. the award for any
?, in whicli U. S. SKIP
I ai ViTcijrrsj.TufJcrajVo >
the manner
things
of Mirh a question haTrugari dias reement. t<* : with which his
pe-ik Hud Minor. The j twenty-seven years ; nineteen; years I!I :4h'IId: he done, and *'h,t hall be done 6. tI I i lore centuries, mind /farlcr. Aor. I 11/i, 1B:7. J

'f'! lu'lvkeeu him without investigation on iheir I that notJiine nUl bc agreed I on. Anoider" in- I was richly stored, was used viih' "mo. Sir *-The Officers: attached to

o* t'I. oftlir m.r.n iukr, ut1ob! rverll any pedafl4'Iit to thc "'elf&r'''the City Lii a jrftlctfy dest Jiot for ostentatious
prodigality
this
been indicated i part and nine years after, ones mado i I II 1 and ii-fr! !line which! exists m>inz fIt'lIte \vioiniglil 'I ship are desirous their friends
b*. t: ''m., }hns not t-ven through the agency of three of !;:ir mivancc its iRtf'rf'fIt.-this' k.iria to tile{ I I display, hut for be advancement of i should know they are well, and to

I') f'l* u KM. *'-.u fir *-oo the* Crnrn I I flrct citizens, to whose inia'Is! the i idea II III 4ue. (\o, \\.ICU\. |>oblic incaj-aie is spoken cad 'I his country3 interest Asa man, in t guard against the rniscarringa: of letj .

____ t\.f' .Jt4 j h.t IR* name- of St. Mnry'ss I : it uot a eppine rtoiw- to popularity to Mr. !
; the various relations of liuabind 'dt
tlaf ; shifted! over shifting the narm of St. Mary'sfrom ''I tJch..4.oue' When the only consi'drntiontiiouid -j ters, to acquaint them what ship they
being)
'
; r.st: p. '! a s tn Mtn that had always borue be-i is the roeawire neceiwu-r and exp I t thor, friend, he acted according to thc 1 f I are on board of, as several transfers
to or;!' (It j 'I"i >!te Literal tranches.v died ? So iou? as wrli feeing! f\xit, in I I' of excellent heart
impulses an guidedi have been mado the officers of
another did
i ir, to not occur. few inhabitants, where <3 j among
-,:! tnkt; ti.o I'orrty po .i ; I i ''ITh :!uihoiit nf ( ;rpinso f : ctnitni'c.te! :.nothrr fact of a /!:fnrrr $ clingi cease to rate, I his death h. occasioned void iu
political op States
and so !ff fIig, 'O, !l-;d ratified the 011- a the United ;-they have in con.
i considered i1 !let I
f' n:'":n' ccrnn uudrr the choroI't : rKiM'on r.i.idr with: Sp'n, ana Fiuridnjlcin I :1tl whrn l be rea'lvtuj'iiuhertrii pa'olk ineasurs-s are! in aid .' ,aif ."!ep'| the bosom kindred, which: the t u- ispquenc do.tircJ me to forward the
VVruin
1 M.tiic* ;urad 1 <;f lY-- 'ul/;'" p; in eti'iiiy! C\.HUpOld.\) suc- j(WlJtogoxioftfte! ..ItIlIWlUty-with civiiliu$ ? : logics of a mounting land cannot enclosed list and I reque3t its pub1i.l .

t'ir mil0 cf \\f\ l.'k wb'rh: civvsn1 ns ta the nrdr i iu which they rirauld he ndopted, j close. He i is Ho h.is served (
i it that gone j i cation which would be favour
: rrssor of Spain, 5p Tns to me j from whom ihe position>rigiua- [l doing a
the uutli :'flo! '-r Inke or enquiiing pro
to : prong the surveying the land now, as proposed teif, and all \\i1l tic ltenfritt [ hi3 country long and well ; would I to them and myself.
has hen Mind ot"svrfac s orrhtt brger Ii have rerent'v J ken fiequmf J that he could have served I,
it
would be, :n that view, no less Attempts at rohbcry lougcr, P. S. You can also add, tho crew
Lut afi"ocii: 1L'S a'i't., out liSt summer t Ie I houk of one
: ?
u
aibitrary and violent than an invasion I II uf Miuong fitrzcat wai euUJrcd in the nit and he for we know not ht vr he could h*vo are in (fine health and spirits, being
ci"whrch lio'.v "i'LlI J i r i!!<>d tin-I oar
? < i I nf iho! Spanish Territory, with tin- design narrowly escaped nbtnw wlu-i wouil probably served it better. A leaf of greenest but two on Sick Report.-and they but
h.ive
_______ .t' '.t i. t'f:g. E,1Ji'ot! l'pf\lS tOtin1 I I to uke possession, uo'ild have SI.IVP :.-nninateti his xisience ; 3cqaeiitlv ( verdure has been added by him to the I j! slightly indisposed.
_ _. J p-d 1 (.r .hi!. 1 ui, q'':' ::11g I !l'rr niiotl it"-'r i house xvan robbed.anJ tlie Oiindwwof'theiraleep
his be'u '1-mt'rh'. nrobabsy! rived the iivesof tne uccu- ch.plais; of hi* country's glory ; and II List ofOffiuTl fU 5. S. Vnccnnes.WILu.in .
rl .
, ;.' l;::( (: :rrflr; :: :' 11'Hn uThf Jo\:* rnnten? vf the United: f'anl, at the exp nv. of their property-the elacrs his U-flUP. will be treasured by ten mil II B. FINCII Esq., CQ1R.
Jim tn ihr Brr.r.on Mimd, pntficient conviioe: all: that a
surelv (
1'-! 5f !
are
_ lions of frcomen invaluable legacy i
Slates cannot _m ; C'nr.t."r the territorynfa : us an ncmder.Litutcncnts.
Cititen i 1i
has 'kJl.u 'it do\\ n fur.htT than 'iJ hf.wtt"n rs neererary. Eviry ;
St'itc ; but, when ihe claim of a pnibably aware that our rire-
i_ ti. ;&,\.rt :% rrul: :. In rredimely to Smte to such Territory has been disputed mink into non-exitar.nre, and llftt our *'0npofl':.e few, thai iTjiwrfa! names, bling, John M. Sullivan, Robert B.
EngiR\
,
th* ru to die.'* I
I
- dH'! CtH'r much and the dispute settled with the than !:'x mont'i; ; an-1 it i ii 3a jectf 'Pip- [Ar. Y T.( Mcrch'ts' frLegrtiph. fefr. 15f*.] Cunningham, Geo. A. Magrudar.

: ilvi: l'iti.rliiil; I very : approbation of the State, must that prize tall, thnt: wi- have nee: th.' suffer d ALBANY, N. Y. Feb. 13th. Sailing Master-James L. Lard.
;. (,f il(' *: n.f oofiption; \> ih; th; Aili- I n.--re from negligence on ti>!jrore.-Our graveyard -
be reduced
Government the
to necessity exrhtna'tioiH \V C were not correctly informed n r r.
-*. *.\hilj.j ir.s the St. Marf i is in a diluation which tsite forth -
( 5'wrtinp, of saying: to the foreign sovereignty from who visits Purser William M. Sand
the Beacoi. ; of hamc ever\ !ranger yesterday in aicribing the de.uii of Acting
,' "t'\.I'lt two milist-elcw: end armed force I our city. Thrre is 83r.* a Village! ; in the
must .in William Seal.
you Gov. Clinton to apoplexy. It was Surgeon ;
_ Moiiuil ; bu; the fnrmrr was leI Union however trifling, wikrc mrh an i"dir-I
!hunter? ro \il' h-ilf ut .'ourcIf to fulf-1 1 tilt award ; we I: frreneton thin nutject i i. manifested as if. Ihe I Ii ., caused, as is generally believed, by Acting Surgeon' 5fd/,.-Saml. B.

_ urteuo mf by have no power to do it r it is a casein i City of Feaneoh. These are snljects of the I the of a blood-\'t ssel at the i alone. .
rupture
: !I., wJ>, Tihi;;&.Nitlie !latter r/hicli I utmost importance, ia whirli nil who' rcwae
which tr! I larr of the land
: I Do-ith instantaneous. James
supreme invite heart. ; was Midshipmen- B. Glen
which
!lorf-- fully myself, i is not much orr Hinongcsare intcrti!, and to we
cxj whom it cannot be pu in execution hv our au- ?he attention of al.: Let u* heartily and rarn t- At the time, not a muscle ofhis countenance worth, Joshua \\ Lurkin William

ICO v.ires at any phico: ;h or its." iy Ui1IP' in endeavoring to improve our situation: ; I was distorted. F. Irving, Matthew F. Maury, Simon
Th 'setwo cannoibe .. .
d'n .
;
: ir-tr-i !('t'! firt-p. .A qs thE "'a-' n' m.u1. of SO We
-
' --- would ripcctfuIy! pnggeat to the M ynr and I The public meetings, as well a* B. Bissel, Francis Bartlett, Timothy
Kcd: : 'ams having nevrr ye I-O
ir '
;: t .s. "r.t 't 'l'I" -I.d> .\ I B<>*rd oi ofAi'Jwmcn! ininiedMto attention to the ot the legislature A. Hunt, Melaticton Smith
rncuplitt) out ihe I 'U' .M "41 I I \ proceedings StephenC.
: trad rurrtnt sccop tllEsl' !uuIit.Et B, by the adoption oi snrh mea.4urcaas .
-
show how universal the desire is to Rowan, Charles S. Honshaw.
evil and theHantMuf
; dkflflet! for Iinsi.Ivts. Thl' Ai1ig- will cure the exwting pnpply I

..11.1n throe '. .' the C4r.- ; or the (wisiiage of a resolution unite in the tribute of respect to thl'
tct Vi s u:t dcp'r requesting a pabfic cxprcrfion;! o.( the opinion I A DrunJcanr End.-An abandoned

jo-t :-l\o\t' iisrra mouth, whrn St. 3 iIa. s' of he! Citizen, as to the course which oogf.t to I memory of a great man aad distin- wretch, of the name of Norton *

iVct ini--'syrcfi uec' ;: be p sued. guished citizen.-Argus.
rune r.'p, ; i or Knotcltont a tailor by trade,

I'.;'t.., I 1'V, \sclf, mH ;; ;to ft iy abovtIs : The treaty on the-fin pa?? of this paper, In 1IErW' r J or-- "_ and a drunkard in habit, went into

.- J i'notlc: !'. 'I'h'tr't I ) ;Is t.l: 'sv': : per- : Fr,m-li, will he f.xind: to coat.iin some inaccuracies. NORFOLK, Feb. 19. Walton! connty some two or threo

. CiiwLf! 11"it: i ir, :'if! !, r.n'rl"0\'cr'l '.from a put:which ofwl.irh: we copied are attributable it, and} the r t(l11tiaj.rto the paper List of Officers attached to the months ago, where he stayed until the

tr.prc '.r.M o v.i.-rt :my clear ?pac< a deficiency accented type in ink ofice.3fsrnr United States' ship [)elawQreJOHN 12ih inst. when he deliberately(com-

. cf 'Aci'.e! lo be found bflongina 10 it, i DOWSES: Eaq., GiKJiinar.der, nuw in mined suicide, by swallowing three or

. dt'r !cver1 1 da\! roconnoltrinp: : nttd..fdeN..m.--1'h annual e-. Hampton Roads, bound to the Medi- f. ;ur half pints: of raw vhiskey, one
of and Ilmrd of Aldermen
Iectn;
;"ssinr. wd recross.r.p: on horsrhach, a Mayor of Pensacola will tak TtTiviiiian, to sail 35 s.>oti as the wind after another A few minutes pro
I FRIDAY. JJAKl! :H !Mth.I 1 l-,23 for thp City
\\'tt.t.\ tlw >ot.t -Jne>s of its, bottomvctii pace! on th** first Monday: of t next month, and weather will permit. voua (10 his death, he was heard rnak

i.lov! t f -t.g': ; fur Mi? depth I -= : trite Sans-- Pcur.- = = =- (7tl. uF .\pri!). \Ve know r.ot whether the Littl.tenuni-J Ramagr, T. ing use ot the most horrid imprecations .

ci'L'. ,-! was r;i. hiudiMtico ;.ny wherp.r. .Tis: ror.iicr of tI!<* Fe:.*-io 5a G.urtie nndrt 1 1i present incunibrntsare cand'ut.itea r-- M. Newell, A. S. Ten Eick/ C. L. hurrahing for the dovil and

.'Ii r..4s: i;: t'C5, h.1lWt't1 'on1 i i \\ (..t 1-'td.1 !ds ; cr coir.pi!tegf'>:!rv-.i!ump.A. .-', eectio.! ) ; b-.tt r.oticr the appr> adi of til? Ebenr Jno.S. saying he was bound for hell !. The
.vet' la' t-f n .b-z.tci: crtdor tt- contempi.ilion (.f the Williamson, Ruieerray,
c elicit
?upfriiiiff ; eloctsnn t- a
; '
,i it ... .Ie id 1 tb 1 *% ourts;} i of Oke- in verdictof
o 1 coroner inquest brought a
t..1".C I i Editor Irwin Shubnck Edmund
( e nvfpnt nncl rlurtns tw* 3ubjec that suchcndidatri, may he eeifctnl Ciiauncey, -
fi':; oK. i.L: ? St tlilrJ*.- ; for It i.% in a I whole prriod oulx trn nr.R lcif hav'jcn i viect as; ""ill be T.cut for the intcrHt: (If BvrnoVm.. S. IinrisV. premeditaed death by whiskey."

miii.ie'i. : l"Idl: I lit tb-- liikCke; : J dur4teg .bcp.C'frlJT. !!,,' Cti l>. Wt.ite hcac- of decisilon Aforon Tt If graph.
should b
?
thr 'I l hey men
City. L. M. Powell A. G. -
.noweJgt: tr.I:1) iml(!ft C'i'IJJ & ri .,;.:-I'.!.t', i i% ;r.fcii fred" .R Sr. ?i1..Ij: 's a: I! which li.txc d..cbti u l Itf't'u npj.ir: nt :r. th' mal.. I r.d weight i xjf character.and who will Slaughter. '2

is J' :;,i, -cl-Pta? sx inl; s f-rn the ncr it hnF fapj-ii condu'cTP, he r.in.TJt bin !IU:," be get'.'." anu uitentivcto the duties of 03 The kcv.tr.Bnioofthe Methodiit i

vvj.c l"ron te .. Lie;'t lie (:n)'jUiii!;. c.In! : > "I L-.lt lur Ms .is .:.Ju.'y: I their st\'. Ol.S ; the season i is appro.4ct&in Surgeon.-John A. Kearney.Parstr. Church, will preach at the CourtHouse
? ouihml -
ni\lt.1 ; j: cor: ?
and! 21'a11:1! ts UiCr.T, rd ( hi* frebleeaJrax'tira ; Silas Bu-.ler.l
: tlIU;:{; J 'r hen rigid uttcnlioa to them i i. neCeS3 .-
:, .-.r.ri! tutu ? to tht veT, Aenin.. I t', i;;*'c Kttsf.tcuo.i. YH.IId iu.I 1\10 l'IIlI'wltll a H vigilasit l':lice we arf linn I Sailing Master.-John Robinson. on.Sunday next, at 11 o'clock H.

tl:!,-; tr. 1 d1 I rf EL:w'In: v cs K-tl S.ntn-; I exiriruccd.. fv un..rri--A! pul.ir..t: -: of n itJ' all kIII4
:> a !iiraltliy Ci'y-witl'.out John \V. Gricr.
i public!: jrl't! v'.il; rsuch dstri: t n? to hr nbiliii" I (Jltap.ain.-Ih'v'd

inWTS reported b\' hr hunti' rs of'ibt ,I lo clir.ar! ";t: tl., arduor a d rrTjr: > ?:hc'; lsil to at."t.cir \ Marine OffiC ..-J.- C. Hall, \V.
i.nd due 'he rturirs whcii w..'u!ld 'ivoive o hi. bz v.-th -4 f H.UgmWJQ
C(4i.2 :t 1 \"iy t" :) ;; : afirrn
JLu5ton F. N. Arnhistead.g.afl .
tel4''ti"I1,1'; io-liu-try a:d pt': '\.-. The ftev Mfarcy -Thin r r1terrin. .
la vl'oich; the scnh
o; i ri.s
r.inrc. tn acqure ihe t xl't"'j'-II:'.' he n.eunj, aiul I 'A'MO hua rrvdcd; III PrnsaCijb fur the last :: : s ."I.lCc .-Rid'Q..J I-on-

Ji.r."v tfuvp, ttiui.! a iore: :: toI'i .r iu; UJ.-IH! itl.* cm tC9.'.', t I ttjrevrrry \ i'twelve nojtls.: we regret to '*a\' }\** now non, Ii. C. Pratt, J. M. Gieen, G.v. .
frt-M lie h..5 ?:. ? hv! 'ur".i II..
1 j tiC tic: trrt r.J' rr tIll the s\rr- removed tu the Mi'iledR'-ville; 13sa- \ aimer.
r..tufi.wu.ir!' h; tiutt.: c >irorr. ,iii.T s.ifvf //'H'c'n I
l..cc t i'li.r inril'u Lich! furmshrs ruin c E !? ns:*>:ic ii-r the errors nnJvca'iir5' '-a o: i ilci: by the South Carc'una; 1'onlcrcncrecently flIishipn.---J. R. Brc'.vn, E. G. -
I .
V:'!tr :', rut ;J-I\ lh: oi rensacova.ARRIVED.
.
hope? !Ia t a KrrUl porti' nl"a j :

ll.f voulh ft.- is
pi or.g ? very nnrroxv J. it. BnaRV. .
Home
to L'.m, lor an honest expression ofhi.JopinLous : oi cur Cni/.ens in an eminent; degree: ; andt'ie stQnV.. C. *, 1--- -
U ;i>:.1 ; hi>ouiely} !inited i on oil* s'do U'-.tl: (f-.r 1.1:1 ..
; \: ; cuJenxnrs to ad- scicniMity .nJ attention ot tho'e who E. Hunt, Owen Ourns, G. A. O'Bri .
t;, \l .'. mi;1 1.no, v,-; \ ijj'.ie! mere on : \.1lJ farewell address Hitchcock .
!heard his on en, R- B. March 6th -B rgo Nancy, Cho -
?.rv. f'.1.,41. ; v.h.N* thr me Sr. IVl ry'. j \Vc j \rcrcivrd from !!1.o .mmi.itv 'eviiu-ed the regret: which l H.-d the hearts J. C. Sharpe, Henry Toot y, J. K. tawhatchie, with 3S bales cotton.

}'- $ r. r-.?'c'n of ma\: hunched square1ir.ili mt4ji; tneuraInt and fuj-port, as under I. I f thc w hole co.gi egutiou. We tnut that Mitchell C. H. Poor, W. H. Pt"c't."r, Reindeer McKaskiH
xftn c'ruriitii-, %,e !h iul a rht to expcc j his 5 here of usefulness max be enlarged 7th.-Birgo ,
I ;
.. f c.r5V.ia! iu Ji-j-.v.i if y, ;;"i .J u-1 ; 'i; at"l C.) mall) ndi%"idu.t5! w Rr' in.: hlt-d jby: hia change of rl'lldencmlltut our J. F. Duncan, J. C. Davidson, S. P. Yellow Water, with 5 bales cotton*

:STV t-' MS Jie,.J cr.iv i : 5 ird. its itnni.Mfift :i .:Jf llv.r ... I crf nljrisn i cf our nd r;:.lcu.cring tj
j/aj'er;
.f
;-* ; I'.isVN ; (.J. tc' : Laurie
> J.
? ; : t Cranston
S.
get4 'I C. Ridgcly, A Raft Couecuh
. prrnc'e ti c iutci: !!? of t ur (.t'1I.e1.t.;; Tc etuait.w-- c 40 bales cotton.

;:h bv ro jjnvrvin j iroportiun !I lbe} ?. and tr all tnn.cvhn hr.rr i t-a'iv' ;,tr'iurc.! DEATH OF DE \VlTT CLINTON. R. Sully, A. S. Worth, R. E. Hooe, A Flat, do 100 do do

to jrctiaxpr.fr'. A bor.iir.'ii:: ; fdCt fij j ns. we tender ',ir =ratnui! .ickn i\viiigeinrjia ; I J. M. Giihs C. D. Drake! George 8th. Crusoe
. .1. but it inuFflCFS ta *!f"eive: ourselves! and nthcis The death ordinary men is daily -Barge Murder
.1.. ; < :;. :' \i't'! tfltiv II Minor Oliver Todd \V"rn.V.. Bleck-
r ; ; .1. .1(11.1..1- by coficc.Vnog: thr tbi"*, thHe need KFTKIIC ex- recorded the public j urnalistwith- Creek, 100 bales cotton.

: ,...i t. "I'i':\ :b. tna: St. MmV.sjpr :i, tended pa'nuin-jir'hd the rooi-- j.ro.npt payment by of : er, Win. B. Ludlow, Virgil McCracken Barge Expectation Murder Creole
I.j all s:bcrpti >n'. V.'c )>;i\e teen 3tiXot1a i out any particular ( motion regret, ,
those "h [
. (! :n' !: 5 glt'HI i wnti'v: 't r- ]! Zach. Holland Caner Beverly
't I :tt o'ertpee i.ciud! Lt kown, alld h \: and oftentimes without a sigh ; but 50 bates cotton
l'd] ifaiv.osce: ;)''.h''s'! oi the spbu 'I i i|crcl"rp." \\itn w.L.r.j; lici trtotore to extend 'I when individuals highly distinguished I Henry Hart, John Middlctou, A. L. 9th.-U. Transport schr. Florida

.;:: t 1Il. which fu;m peat bogs in Inue.Lce III flo.p "tl, with iMt\'n'orsatnui rcafly. Dade Henry French, A. B. Fairfax, Edw'd Baker .
i Tampa Bay.
I mankind ,
of public
"we c.jiucnier.ttv f the by
to 10 us. were nut tocov.pij : am mass ,
; Scoi rid & (reUtri. The ginuth isi'.x I B S. T. G. II. D. Ar. .
: with the oon'ltt':n f jay: in advance and virtues exalted talents Sly, Beaty 10M -Barge Enterprise, Merlet
private ,
: : !\.M nicreluxurir.nl hert- linn ihorr; I l hu! n y row ttmr :\1'dl sniff to prt;\e lat ln.-Vhav catval. Holmes' with 56 bales
and deeds Valley, cot eon.
ill iu i iplii, yt tl.ty do not hew any II <- hot iift-ii imp f ii:;; upon mir moditin jtn"ncf.t.n extensive acquirements, School Jlaster.-H.. Robinson. .
13th U. Revenue Cutter Ala.
: u.n.iicf it rail r -
; aa a };nmiv.j WI' that oullnst the marble, arc suddenly
.: tht' : i-kc: the sanc ,irru iulation ofd ut.cm to pay: "P nilrraarfiijPH, r.r.il at the ,i snatched from hc scenes of their usefulness Capt's Cfcf .-C. H. Goldsbj- bama, W. Foer, Esq-, from a cruize.
? Ivi* 1<; in tn"' ta!e of:he peat moss.Thcseprrnts ; ..n? :ua. vHiiVavur lo ii-rea3e the'ir(.l'ailn I
ftnnisha hi5c- I of our sptr ; nnd nf.t tullow our.' ;:lt'rilj.JU the sorrow occasioned! by rough. Passenger, Capt. Sands, U. S> Army
s'! ??anrc
h I 111't irt i ee icrtciieJ, l cacspvc iomund [mnirnt felt find BcatwainJustu, Hill.Gunner. ENTERED.
to a
is
heir loss too deeply
]ul.ein! \wcit! r.sls: well known The I for our \.yl labor, and cxjvcot u\ sssiirauct .-Benjamin Totfner. March 12th.
-Brig CnterpnzctIlitcbcock.
ot future rt. reedy) utterance in words. Th; t a
has pp
r/trtin cf the St. teen gr.idvaily
Ar.rys P. Davis.
I To our friends m and about the City: wehav public calimity: lv' fallen upon the Ctzryenter.-Samuel New York via Key West-

: fievatt-d) that vegetable pro- .- always endeavored to ''IIt..r our esttbltshCicnt -t of Sail Maker.-William Ryan. Cargo to M Crupper, S. Patterson
tho garb our -
mourning
truction ; i its stamps aie now u.ore uirful bv. tiie giatuito;:;. expocure !ipccple, announced but paper it Stewards.-Win. B. Quarrier nnd S. Hambleton, W- II- Hunt, S. Bill

th they onceverc, and of cur -schanpe to ai it! who kit ( has already ;
t X:t:1\ .H papors Jacob Noy s. N. H. Allen, F. H. Nisbet, S. ?!
thr !iuis of it sustains by inclined to peUUP ihrtn. ai ,l nl.i'c w*? artan C! remains for us to add the paiuful ex-
wutc-r evaporation PASSENGER Haines J. Harrison Mud- Seaac and
is m.inifuiil than for- are that ny so t\uil.g \\i- aHo\H'tl jhcra to iplanatioti' 1 that} the I calamity is 3u5tiieF'eti ,
greaier !I aniirtpatc uhttt was to apjuvir in our colj in tho rlcalh of Di WITTCLINTON Prince Charles Bonaparte and fa- toO rdor.

::4 n:'''ily 1 ii. r"insrftufuce of the manifest j cmns, Wf- curafc we iave J.cen ajlonis .cl mil v. lsth.hr. Maria, J- McC. Baker -
in the
et:,; ? .:' i n.cii (Ifitlf'! :f'rn"c! ruMrshtjpon ; land I fitovoited \\ btu retnarha fo our dis ifl- a man rich possession Richard Smith, Lieut. Col. of Ma New Orleans. Cargo for U. S.Navy .

?.s ; the dsy! piiniettoflat \V1JOf' Tatitag lnve bc n rc',ortfd ty us, a. coujiii of every moral and intellectual rines. Flyer nnd Kopman, J. C. and
,
from those \ ho, without pntroniRHi us quality, that wins the esteem, or
t\t'.- If ccr.iiou-t > on.ojsi.'baik.. dili-} I John H. Bell to
L5eut Conid't C. J. and Austin
i- any wrvhave tnkcu advantage fthc ustof commands the admiration of the Keyser, Pescay,
oa.f"t.:. )l .cl..ov.IcJ, :? *h-s: TO. )btt our j>ap
. !... i"-c4. .",L.I .tH..'. Built :s c..co&'lre- thr number of tht s t r impohtc gciitlerntni i is world This, melancholy catastrophe Porpoise. Schr. Eli.abthFors'rh, New Or.

- 4 1 h .. fuei.t jr. -i-e lakes 01.Iat cuunv. but small) and that a large majority of was: ns sudden, as the grief it creates Lieur. S. \V Downing, to join the leans. Assorted to order
'aidoN those who find our pnp'r unintntsting, \ will be ral' and I lasting.-It occurred cargo
.: 1 U; "hfrbrc ?ubmcrsP t gl.nt Constitution.' CLEARED.
: (rem the reason iust nictitioned. will conrldor :- Monday ev'itinLjsr whilehe U. S. ship I I
: ; h- on : ,
r-fl-j.T. and the "btrlx tnr.tit i* cnr"rlltitm"keitt"t rei. Thomas Miller, Secretary. March l&h.-Brig Scot Dcnald
with I
R l.trar"rouis# iniu.Jaiitfs, ..? c rcdy5cIuLIe lilt toour frit">ri* in fhpoul try-"ho hnve t was engaged in vriting, no Peyton A. Southall, Captain's''! New York. C..rgo330- bales cot. .

in'wa'.er t for : are liiilerroic not the' same advantages from our esta one present but his son, iu consequence
ti.ey
; .I t I hU ln1f'ntthf'lU'i1 ixcs.Ye arc anViout of an apoplectic attack, which Clerk! on board the Porpoise. ton, 4950 btc1u,s566lb. junk,.by J.Jcrrison .

- hn \\atpr\\ j.orPfichiratous; ? tcr.tul& nil far Jr.; 20 bales cotton, by F.
to accc.njr.ot to lIS ain before
pase his existence
4.bstnirp r.Dtith! andr.: rll 1 the put a period to Fe& 20.-The U. S.
; Norfolk
?
out po '-r ; and in tftu:1t' expect effectual assistance could be ren- H. Nisbet; 61 hides 1 barrel skins, t

v..rtfrrs \'I'gt'l.tt Inn oiTcred I to the that nil ptrm'1f.r.:Tf.idt'1IIJ ofthe City runt : any Ship Delaware, of 74 guns, Capt. barrel} hardware, 1 bale cotton, 40

. vv by vali meuia and! str.ilio'.e?, riyinp I I its vicinity1, n *.) partake of o-ir courtesies, I dcred. The statement i is communicated Down, bound to the Medkeiranean, half barrels buckwheat, by T. M. Logan

M'rface li.ue Jtiikscn I I ill not uo?!h'ci :o ccutribute 10 the support : to us by a person who came in Roads
le Hampton
TO Jq in got under way I ; 1 roll leather, 3 barols sugar, 1
of !
in pl.'res where: ?hip cf the lir.e I cur FMJ.IT.From i I passenger iu the Steamboat Saratoga, yesterday morning, and proceeded to j t ton old iron, by the Master; and 1 Ti.

,rId floaT. It i is ri-bnUr tbt I II and it is said I to be publiihed in the with breeze from W'NW. j
( quite j : a Letter rccci,Ckl tn town, from I sea, a cracking gcrbyS.Pattersuii.

thf iif>ri ot St. M :M"S is fartherMnith : .!:.C3Ofl Couiity, we understand that I pipra of Hudson i buL we have been '-a' .-' _

fIlm thut ta-t': now, tl.nu ito.tS in j'.i lge BHicr.iSHionx had ftrri'rcd there : while to learn no rut thet Qf the sorrowful : a..o

17ur, \ ,hHI tie Provicrijl AsfetnSlyth' I land he n.. y brexpected in thu place iu particulars. Tile Delaware 74.Captain Coin NOTICE.IETTES9 .

;ft: tit a d-wC wr.st lino frt ni ilwuuidsi. iJifctt di.I Thus has drain, with hasty summon ofthe sloop Heroine, at Now York, I' of AdnunKtratlon on t

kr' the njcMh (f Flint. It serms t. Atrt,'Z .;y t. .TIr.-:; ba! taken bl, feat In !I *, called from a community that in three days front Noifolk reports { Catbuinefilson.. Itte tiC .

: :1: ::...>t reto:u that the ricer rC i Arkansas; in plare of I Jrnry W. Conway de-i earth the 8th in her sail bCD granted to the dndenrjfwd. by the
thtHcncon nether of the to I
Us* watrr tit its chantul 1 iu*ar I Ci:4cCd. great one for oC
the County
. the room aud wa so much injured as to abe Hon.the County Court
Mou! l did. The silent tomb which Spartau's
!( tlmu it once ou i baYing demintiji
Eicambit a pfcrtom
: wCb- epitaph canuut be engraven, parta taken to Gosport for repairs.We i I against ths; estate of t'34 4eeemt!dcxUo4 aro
; l. 'i.ed rcvcral paragraph*, wl.icb; bore pruwtUyeonvuirri' ; hate conversed with a gentleman ; witboat d.
.c.uy &,f the lii'p 1 ws: piobaMy : renders nt a distance, ot a fact hath many a worthier sou. As a 1 upon to present them
the Dela-i te4.to
iv.ui vas-.crtosenli' iheti, than it is | which all rcfljilenti in our City well knew before statesman he was profound and sagacious : who diued on board .[I by ami thoje indeMed, are reqie! _

1 liK.!h to L\- r.ow. But the provisionnn'.CH I \\v a'.udrd' in i it--that Frn, coa is inueli. in rind though it bw been hn l lot : ward, ou the 15th irm inRoads Hampton sake payment immedi-iejr. to _
- : nccdf rrore t-fiicient police) regulation*; and and learnt from him that a fira John I obin.r .
vituperative _
astailtd the ,
iruhrm-.ify I between Spain and ''TI-I- h"Lun Tr9UeBttd to addto our 1t of frequently to be by -

The I'Miud Ste.. of October, 1795,' vins, that of ft fttgktiMtch. tut what i i. the tongue of faction, (for where did take place in her sat) room, but I 44aiJfrQr."

v.,I.i Luovu to Geurgiu. Ellicoi W.-.H rso nt rnir .nting or pcl-'i hin* on the iLjcct-* j is the puUic virraw so sjjoile, or W61.S eifuiguissed in ft for auuntos. ".n I., 1li..tck 1 _
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&OT10B.TH&'feKoVing To tho Public. "v:' .

.. By the President of the t1nif. HEA-STORES, &c. NO'r\CE'. .

:tel( ;tAtes.IN 1 H.: Subscriber has just received per T F M' itS of Administration on 'the i I Articles of Ordnance w. HUZLI. HurT having taken bit hra. ,
: : ther PTEI\
T m laty Tinoirr
r Stores, the property into
Elizabeth from New Orleans,-making lU Estate of Jonu M.GATtt:, l late of partner*
pursuance of the provision of the his assortment of Sea, Stow very the County of'Escu.bia deceased, having : of the United States, will be offered for if,! )'li1 the Printing it Bookselling Busineji, '

I .+ ntb section *f the Act of Congress, I complete ; been grarte'd esubunberittr'esubunberittr the sale at fVffsacola, Florida, on the 10th the Pensacola} Gazette and West Florida

r the 3d of March, 1323, entitled : of l 1828 Advertiser will in future be published, +\n<
v approved on Macaroni, in baskets Hon. the County Court ofui Cmu\ty, all day April, ; delivc.rable.to purchaser the business be .
t ** An Act amemTmKnd supplementary at the following plsices vz.nt : conducledbptheL'ndersigit.
Vermicelli demtnrts
in boxes who have *gainst
person any
claims and .I ed, under the firm of
for
to the act iscerfaining Gruyere cheese the Estate of the deceased, are patchy
titles to lands in the Territory of Florida, I Poi of OlU>:iANCE. PounlaDdivej ) aunt auA Ttvtdlff.
? Patte Braise do. ; caKed Upon, to present them without de INO'I ,
lt'ei ht
: and to provide for the surrey and disposalof }raisins Almonds and to g No will
Prtme, lay ; all persons owinj any thing change be made in the editorial
Florida I Joan 12 .,
the Public Land in -r pdl'slnn Cannon 12,000. '<
'i Cl-mpaigne Wine sail Estate are requested to pay the sameim'ledi:1tc1y department the Pnper, nnd the business '
President or the United S 6" .1dito..
.I, QriscT ADAMS, 6,500Pensacola. will
be conducted
,r Family Flour to' as heretofore, in all re.
State ol America, do hereby declare Do do half bbls. Chatles D. Brodie : .( 7 4 II 6 ditto. 8,540 spects which interest the Public. I"
: .t? 1 make known that public tale will :> 12 "Cannnades 1,800
'h an a Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Pork L2 The terms of the Gazette will continue at
Ire held at the Land Office at St. Aujius- Administrator.pensacola ti 9" ditto. 750
Five Dollar
: : Mackerel, No. 1, and No.2. I it ,r f'.ftr. payable: In advance r ;.
I tine, on the second Monday in May next, Superior Goshen Butter 16th Jan. 1828 --44--St.. Tartar but, as it his been found necessary to ex- .

It .:, fur the disposal( of the Lan..* included Best Cincinnati covered Hams r I'oirit, 1 end indulgence in sonic instance, and ai a .'_,,

withinthe limits of the following detcriord Middling Bacon, &c. NOTLCR.ETTEHS near tdrJ4'av9 system of credit has been found ruinous to '
"
; Townships and fractional Townhipn, 318 II n ditto. 11,400 printingcstablishtneutsgcncralty. the Undersigned .
the Estate (
1 Julius on "
;? situate' in the District of East Florida, and Pescay. Testamentary 'Ya Par.horofP J have thought proper encourage .
:
I Pcnsacnh: 26th. Feb. 1828-50-tf. of John A. Rodgers Isle of they the transmission the ;
South of the base line, to wit : entacola. mo :ev at time of
C out, of Escambia deceased, having
In Fractlor.n.ll own hip 4, of Knnge 11 snfftcribing, by aft additional advantage. I'
& lteuI\ ode Clothing been ft-anted to the undersigned: by the Every Subscnbeithercforc who
10 i'ractlunll'otvnhiisfr.t! ; 5 ol 1 tmge12 Errlof remits the
lion. t Cottrt of Escambia 81.1 :
Township 4, o. Range 13Fractional >e County, ROln I, money actually in advance, or within (H) -- :A

,'y' Township 5. of Range 13 A'a County, all persons who have any demands land, e/, 24 pdrs Iron Cannon 14,100 days from the commencement of his sub .

, 't.1. ,j. Townships! 4& 5, of Range 14 1 :ND ..... adjust the Estate! of the deceased, site the oL3, 18 II I' ditto. 11.4 GU scriptiou, will receive tie! Gazette rucr. oprosTAOic '1 .-

... i Fractional wiilup 6, of Hange 14 S.EOJ.1 8TORJS. are carl!! upon to present them without Barrsftcs 12 II ditto 6000 :, which will b" paid by the Pub! .. {

S... <,!! Townships 4, 5, k 6, of delay, anj those indebted are requested Harbor ,f1'rnsacola.j r lishers at the time of mailing them:-ihfc :
I UxfcEnsiosED' has removed his to make to Is
IUngcs-15, 16 Jt 17 THE : p } lent immediately cquiralent to a deduction of fifty two
tf \ I
k. Townships 4 & 6, of ft-mge 18 -, to the new brick building near Jffmes Pendleton, % ., 632 pdrs "ditto. 31,2 cents a yearto subscribers in the Territory ,

fi" be offered in the Collins Hotel and is now landing from of Florida, or oUt of i if, within one hundred
; The Townships are to xccutor .g 924 IC "ditto. 42,800
the Elizabeth 'and Maria a neat assortment miles of Pensacola
or I
r seventy-eight
cents
!
u order above designated begmmng'ILn u 1 18" ditto. a 800
Pensacola, Jan. 23d 1827.: -2d- 3t.KOT1CE. ,
of the articles viz to subscribers that .
following distance
5f ; : beyond and out
each
.* the lowest number of Section in 8'12 U H ditto. 24,000 .
'CO.1TTus-IUack: bomhazec-n aill bom- of the Territory.From : _
,1 ,;. Township} bazett mixt and Circassian.RocKDAHonrs 16 9 "diUo. 32,000 and after this date
.
of ; grey .. papers will not
t 'Lands reserved by law for the use w 4 6. I. ditto. 5,200
-IJlae cloth ; drab and foOL interested in the Estate << .. be sent more than ninety days to any person .
.
: School: or for oilier purposes, Arc to beexcluded person 4 It ditto 8,51 0
? brown calmcock French Circassian who fails to remit either the Cash hi
; or ;
of Fiui cii HocHtBLAVF, deceaa cT n
from sale. A. rt
S 3 ditto. OOJ
r black mixt, drab and striped cloth and eO 3. due bill for the amount of subscription_
,
>j I GIven under my hand, at the City of ; are hereb} notiled that the undersigned, 1 2' CI Howitzers 556 the names of all olhf'rm be .
:i struck! from
fifth drilling. Clerk of the County, Court, will ex officioadminiseroneaitlestatepursuanttoanor =
; Washington, this day of February 4 Inch. ditto 12000
our list, aa; useless to the 1'uL1i5h-
Peaand
monkey jaclcrVr; Great Coats; lC' expense
'
i > A. D. 1828. y- ''
Iron Swivels! ,'JO ers.
Piaid and Cambletl Cloaks. tPt
der of hc lion. tie Judge! of the County
John AaaI d Total weight ofJron C"nnOQ 283;. 6 In rhaking these new regulations the Undersigned
Quincy : is. PA TALoo?: Superfine blue, black t ourt. M. CRUPPER Cl rk.
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H $1'1l-e President : drab, and mixt cloth and cassimere Ctk. >. trust that they are not in danger
by J G. 1'RAics, D. I of
Circassian black mixt and ; pdrs Brass C3nnon113,900 losing any valuable portion oflhepati&n- ,
if French lightgrey
GEO. GRAHAM, Ft-twaeola! 15th January 182844'ftiit'.1kT1k i ::::: which .
II
: has .
f: :> plain and ttripM drilling drab 52124 itto I ],246 age heretofore been rxtcndrd to
Commissioner of the ; ;
1 : ; w } iIbwirzers "-61r-8t Genera Land Office, and olive velvet, and bang-up cords ; ).''\ 2l 211 n. they give
1 mixt and strip'd cassinet ; and russian cq: 6" do. do. 4J3t10" 2 to no one. The necessity of th.-m will be

x: ch ck. rrlJ ; subscriber will commence an EACLISII Mortars do. J,16S fully exemplified, by ilTefercnce to the E.I-

t WOOD.PROPOSALS SCHOOL, in Mrs. King'slJouse Wq ftors of the National tellibPncerwho not-
and Wnolen Drawers. Total
Cotton weight of8rassCannon 21,166C'
on the first of March 1828.
day : withstanding
'3, will bt"ncetveby tlSubscriber tr VESTS-Illu'.', black, and,buff cloth andcaHsimere .) -== _= magnitude of their eSlablicmf" -
J. B. Hutt.Pen o 200,000, C'UII1UU n.n anti -shrlIs t. recently stated that they
wcre
'itH 11 of 1
: n day: April black !wlk velvet plain and
; ; obliged
> H I f of varioua C.dibres from 3 borrarb money tosuitain U Ith i .
to
.
for nt the Barrancas acola 26th frf
heat snppty 1g'oud : fancy English silk ; Valcntia, toilciiet: x not fictitious
which the
: the Yard and board the : thin}-two poundeu patronage Proprietors
| Navy on public ami swr.nstlowii ; fine white and fancj h.OiLFAlS. of
""i. :, Vessels uftoat within the haibor of i'cnsaOola. marseilles.SHIRTS: ( .)\R \\ V 604 Slexket Cartridge Boxes! a Nepapir need:-ihr arc o-
SHE 19 ao do bliged to buy paper nnd! to workmen
Bos Bells pay
I; .-The said wood to be delivered
: asaforesud
Fine linen friird
? plain land ; subscribe r has for sale,a few pair 1J6: Bayonet Betts to supply those who do HOC pay, usweil as
I r.nd such times and in puch I !
at
linen duck linen and cotton T
thixe}
coarse who do
; nnd the
i.f Sugar Boilers, as a sample from the e 4,900 Priming Tubes ; former are there
: be The first
quantities
as required.
may check and ttannels. fore
s ati
f- ; manufactory expcnce and not a If
quantityto
fateiUett'ood can supply any t'I: 1 000 t'useea support.- u.
will received and
only be ,
Boots, shoes, brogans, & pumpb ; order. F. NISBET.. 1205'205 Port Fires Pnp iNr cannot be n2tftiri"ed by 'real and sub-
I
":''' trill be subjected: to the usual inspectionon hats, ;gloves, suspenders ; cutle- Pcns.colanee.. 7th, 1827--58-tf. O, 1 Jack Screw itiMtial Patrons, the "sooner its "Publisher
delivery. NATH'L. AMO : lery ; Hosiery ; silk and colton nreavrarc afthe fact, the better ; as thcv
335 Sheets of Tin21J110
:: ;; ..'at.J Jgcnt. handkerchiefs ; umbrellas iblanket" : W 'r FLORIDA, l Ihs may he eoab! .,l, by abandoning the bus*

,I' NAVY AORST'S OFFTCIC, counterpanes ; seal-skin and. weight 9crap ron. oases, to slue themselves from ruin:

Tcnsacola, Feb. 22, 188.-19-fit. fur cloth VIEW OF WEST FLORIDA, r With these romarkr.. and with full .
f I caps ; travelling bags.ALSO AE n.-The.u1e. will be for CASH:: a confidence
1 its
M IUHACIN Geography, Topography in the
and the minimunt:price of the Brass Ordnance disposition of the Public tr
InformationVanttM' \. ,* &c., with an Appendix, support the Pensacola '{;
t I A case offMaps! -cotwisimg of An is fixed at twenty-five cents azptte and West .

t, HIRAM: SAMt'SON, b}' trade a Tailor, .! North and South America, on Atlas.j and treating (its Antiquities, Land Titles pound. Fnr the Iron Cannon Shot and per Florida Advertiser while conducted on tliasarheprinciples '

:-, absent from his friends inVirglnufeboiit with the di!eat States of the Union- Canals. Shells, fifteen dollars ton. Owner and with the same anxious

h', ; when last heard from the To TOGETHER 1t ITII per dllI ifg to gire satisfaction, as heretofore
ten veais ; separate, latest surveys of Foundries in the N\,rtlretn States, can ;
the
from he 'was in Xew Orleans.: If Mr. gather with some Day, eceipt, and copy A Hap of West Florida, receive any information concerning the which-Undersigned submit the foregoing1, -

a, SJmpson.is living, and should sec this, he uooks. Exhibiting a Chart of the Coast, a Plan of above mentioned articles, from Captain will be strictly adhered to.

is.requested to cuniinunicfate with his relations. Ali *.!fwhidl.j1I be sold I.nf"'f CASH, I 43.,. DAKIEL. l-:. BURCH, AssistantQaartcr. Matter W. Hasell Hunt

t<, Any Information concerning him, by J. O'.NEIL.! .eC it T o's U. S. Army, Pensacola, Florid ; or peter 'rnl'( 1.'

,: directed to Thomas Brown, Post >rVlcconico Pen acoa. hit retarusr} 1828-"i7-6t.COMMERCIAL from Lt. ISAAC A, ADAMS, commanding U. : .
\ and the Entrance of Pen lcola Harbour. ht. February, 1328.ScotVa .
'Church. Virginia or to W. I ;
I. ., S. Ars ual, Baton Louisiana. .
Kouge, : ,
Hsell Hunt, \'t\ !Master Ptrnsacola will Kt JOHN L.Jo'Il.UUi'. :..... A .
II(} 1'E L.THIS ; ...
:::
Just received, for salt 67W. D n'l E. Burch
; be promptly attended to and confer a faToronthc ,
: Motherand other relatives cf fonselarel)' occupied by MajV.; Uacll Hunt. Asit.-Qr. Master. Ne\? \ove\
h'' ,!:\g WKIGUTvis opened l on I "
I 21. S amps n. I Pcnsacob! 8th Jan. 1827 :-.
the Kith ii February, by the bubsciibpr : Isaac A. Auanis
S:i >Editors inthc Southern ?
03 Stages will i -- HNT &. T, 1\DIi'Fti
who respectfully I + Solicits a share of the Patronage '

.;:!, eertion.confer a favor, by giving tfic above an in. > of tlie-f'uilic.! All, which the lu-1 [ LAND AGENCY.mhscribers i J 1st., '21st Lt. Nov.on'OrdnaTice 182?. service.Pensaroia hart just retired, fli addition tolte Stud

calitirs flor
.- F. H. N18J3ET every altrntirncc: 'otcd to the rNa unoconifoil { i I 1. lice fur the purchase and sale oJ PE..Y'S.iJCOLA HOOKSTORE.Cnnaxict.r .

.: of tiioso'vho! will favour tlre'-ilouie I Lantb, at JSt. AuiiM-itme. in the ln, ise formerly \VOOD. $ or TTIE CAXXONGATC.

n lfcGS leave to inform his Jricncs and, with n ttPii'rrnrn occupied b) Col.) 1'trrrsult, at the : WILL receive Proposals at this Office by Sir VVAi/rca :icoT t', contarRing aa
that
Customers
tormer he has recommenced Au excellent Biliinrd Table attached tothc I Introduction
business at his Old 9c+tlh west corner #)1'be public square, I until the 1st of April next, for supply wherein he acknowledges,
Stand, tahishuic'! occupying a s!-jrate I I. himself
u here desirous to either i- wood for the use'of the Author of the Wavei:
$ for persons accomplish ing tire Troops on ;:y
f where he has sale a very (!ocl assortment building will contribute to anmscmcut.-.vith- Novels.The .
\i ... ofFresh nut inferfering with the good order and purciiasc! sales: of real estate are i this Station. It must be merchanh I le.
requesteil (le heir! commands. and Youth and Manhood of C +va Oak other hard wood and the Cordto
of the House and i :
fjuiet piivat parties CULl
t Seasonable Goods, be alv.ays accouimodnted with a distinct A long residence in the Territory of he by measurement 4 feet 3 inches! Thornton, r

i.. 'r sitting room. Florida, Its enabkcl the suhicribers to high, 8 feet 4 inches (long, and the woodcut The Forgef-Me-Not, a :tiew-Yca,'s Cift

1't' : J There: is on the premise, one of the brCr. become intimately acquainted: with nearly full four feet in length. To be delivered fur 1828.The .

3->iand4 Point Iliur.kets :.bes! in the place, where Horses shall best I all the individual claims to land in tit at anyplace in the Town of I.ns u'treats' Minstrel byre, a collection of fit

7-4 and 8-4 Striped llufneU Hlan&cta strictly attended! : fo. I district, as well as to their titles locations, la, where it may be wanted ; and at t The by Ellen.

1 bale superior Heavy Whitney do JOHN' GARNIEll.Board 1: quali lir ', and relative value. And the i increasing Cantonemcnt, corded up by the Contractor Casket ; or Flowers of Literates ,
applications made for information ; dey i Wit, and Sentiment; a Miniature voIO'me
3 bnles \\ hit e & Drab Flushings himself, within convenient .
Blue and black imperial, cloth ; blue 'L' :c 1M S. fiorn every part of the United Sint lance of the water side, at the usual lauding of: 96 pages, at 25 cents.

end mixt cnsmTc' ; anlinelts, a sort.- per Month, $ 23Day more pecially, respecting sugar estates place. The wood is to be delivered at Ith erantSlelche A collection of

and Boarders, 20 Iras induced them 10Sairre, that an efttabli such times and a.ich quantith& be 'I'rks. '..
cd common fancy may -
; super supt-r ; Dinner 7* ,!hmeht of.this kind,could be rendered directed from Together with
prir.ta 7-3 ard 4-4 Ir'sh linens ; Iris this office. the customary an Addition to the Bu
;
.
Breakfast or Suppor 'sr.J useful to the public.All is rner supply of School
lawns ; dimities; super 6-4 fancy ping- delivery sixty cords per month from 1st .Books.

hams; white, yellow, red :n1 green flannels Horses per month day 20 1 125 ... orders directed to them, for copies Nov. to SOio April, and half that quantity Pensacola, hl February, 1828. -

black and colored bombazctK I per of survey, maps or plans as well as other from lit May to 31st October. Two bid :.

printed; bcmbazetts and Salisbury fianI. I: Pen'aegis Frbniarr 20t", 1 88.45s. tf.Edward i information, on the above subject, will be will be receh.ed--Qne for the best Blackjack DISHOLU'l'ION.THE ;

I. eels ; spool cotton, assorted: ; cotton ; ; .N\'f l\j furnished without delay. Loiters, postpaid wood of the country ; and another partnership of FINLIT & Ilt
:;
directed to the Land dgtncyt St. f for such oak and other .u-
J cambrics hard wood is
linen ,
'.. beaverteen!, ; cambric as > in con
Martin of
equen e the deathoF
bdkfs ; Uaroge hdwfe;:Mack Italian crape ; i vs.Zadock slnvuttint, will receive due attention.JOHN common to the Hammocks on f.ie Bay.Bay .- Mr. James Kushton-is dissolved! all -
; persons
J Bounced robes ; gingham do, spider nets, I A. Ti1'*on._ L WILLIAMS, ; Magnolia, Sasafraa and Chincopin haviuff claims against the l lite flwi,
threads RUSMU I WILLIAM U. SIMMONS: wood will not be received. The first delivery
patent diapern, plain andfigured will them
present to life
'lL subscriber
b this ca.e the defendant will take FRANCIS J. for
book muslins Madras and I FAT10.; to be ready by the 1st of
DrilI next.
May settlement
and
notice, that on Thursday, the 10th Dec. 27th, 1827.--44-tf i those persons indebt,1 l C
i tania hdkfs., comp'y flags figured crape of ,I Dan'l E. wilt come forward and
day March next, I will proceed to take References; i Burch make payment,
.
., dresses ; white, brown and mixed cotton the dcpof'tions, of P. Marsh and others I as no iiidnlgen can be given.
).
half hose white and mixed worsted Co Jos. M. Unite, .?* f. Qr. Master.
; alamb's no
before Joseph Wallace Esq. Notary Pub lle Assi stant JAMES FISLAY.
uttroni Quarter Master's Office
wool fine linen hose Florida 'l.
co ; ladies lic, at his office in the city cf New-York Pensacola, 20th. Nev. ISar.-36-tf ,:
white\ and bb.ck cotton do., le.d, slate, ; I Mr. Henry S. Tanner, Philadelphia, : Fenracola. Dec. 5, 1827. -33-tlA.J
be read evidence
to c in the trial of the -
aid black! worsted do, plain and cambletcloaks I Doctor Brush, New York, f till 8 Subscriber has
above cause. E. MAKTIN, Bernard E. mmw DSTAELsuMminr.'l'be just received
Bee per
Charleston
furniture check JL
,
bed-ticking Elizabeth
superfine :
by A. G UK DON, Forsyth, from New-or.
Mr. James Williams
Baltimore.Improved
.
oil
cotton shirting, cloths, black
'leans
hit a very large assortment of Groceries.
Attorney.Peneaeola
bombazines, fancy belt ribbons, black nnd
6th Feb. 1828 m lie offers in addition to his
,
-47-4t. m WAVmmUiAND former
white satin and mantua do-,5-4 Irish ihirting. Perpendicular vtoek-

.4 damask, brown lin'enssuper bland ack
NOTICE.
unite, plaid and striped. Baptist Ut! m! Champftiffne Wine, in Baskets of 1 dozr
; r ETTKUS of TRAVELLER'S REST. each, warranted
Administration on the superior
:
hdkfs
shawls and
printed ; printed'ater AJ estate of "William Sobree, late of the WE are the authorized Agents of THE Subscriber informs the pub do., Brandy of 1820.
tsilk dresses
100 awlsfimcy nnns thread, County of Escamhia deceased, havincr +thon) Uencini, of North Carolina l i lie, that he has opened a house Zantc Currants
linen gloves lin.n tapes, Russia shirting to do all
things for the
been granted
to the necessary of Public
Entertainment Ponchong Tea
undersigned the! pur.pose the
by :n
mill'd drab cloth blue it red strouds _
& of and
Ii. c. Hnn. the selling conveying the right house }
ALSO County Court for the County formerly occupied by Maj. Hall Jrunes'CrJ fresh
and
of Escambia, all privilege of constructing, building for that ? Raisins
persons having demands Jfurpose, fronting the publjcsquan' .,
'4 cases saddlery, assorted and \
lhin the
against the estate of usingw Territory of Flwi >u, which he Almonds
9 Brewstri's hit: asserted the deceased are has fitted up in a convenient ,v .,
cases his
qualities
called to ,I improved Perpendicular Grill Mill' for the Med co!
upon present them without de manner reception of tra c Claret of 18 0
lay-and those indebted, ; for Grinding Meal, fur which he has ob- yellers and others. His table will Tuscaloosa
5 trunks fine ready made clothing are requestedto timed a Patent. always Rye Whiskey
f 32 trunks ladys' and gentlemens' boots make payment immediately! to I This mHHsTConsidcrcd" be supplied with the best which the Goshen Butter

and shoesC11t.lt1rens' Ann !S.: Sehrce.JJdministratrix.. i to 'decidedly superior market can afford, and his bar with the do. Cheese -
I any at present in use, from the best of liquors. No exertion Beef in
A bbl for
will be *
and shoe family asa
hoys' &c.!
; brogans, : simplicity of its construction, .the ease With
.Soal \1\ercnf, skins, shoe thread __January 21st, 1828-45 -St. with which it can be worked, and the wanting on the part of the proprietor, an additional supply of Dry Goads
175 kegs Virginia Tobacco of meal to render general 1 satisfaction to those Hard warc.GIts ware & Queens ware
quantity ground. The
various i
.. 5 boxes superior cavendish do. NOTICE.f inventions ard a1tel'l.tionl'bic ha; who may favorhim with their eompanye )'. Sold Low for Gied.

Hardware, $c. ETTEHS of administration having been made, in order to arrive: at the simplest His stables of hOl'iel-and are Weil calculated and fur a number J. Pescay.
a good attentive
... lien, pocket, sportsmen and desk JLJ been granted to the subscriber on and most valuable height, have all Ostler will at all times be at hand. Peruacols, Jan. llth, 1828.
the Estate of.'scob Kelker late of fallen far short of the
knivea kn \'eslLCd forks, carvers the object desired but '
; waiter j Families, or Gentlemen who wish -
"e best County of Escambia deceased, by the in the present instance, the inventor nAY TOWN OF MCA02703UUL
and trtys ; : "+1"g'H needles, snuf- p can be accommodated with .
feb And trays, plated spurs, spectacles, Hon.who Judge the County Court;all persons pears to have acquired the desideratum, :: *. GEO. FISHER.private apartment LOTS in the new Town ofMagnoIt
are indebted to the said Estate so long uouglt after.
offered
tools shoemaker's i for
rarpeiUer's and cur Tallahassee, Dec. 15-1--if. sale. TJiis! place is
tier's do., stock locks, padlocks, shove .i will make immediate payment to the subscriber The mill attached to a Co v>n Gin, will i ituated 8 miles from Fort St. Marks .

And tpngs, fettles, Luke pans, cotton and those who have demands against grind from fifty to sixty bushels of corn a Madeita Wines Cordials the St. Marks' river and 15 from TallahLS-OH

cards, !te. &c.Pensacola,1. it will present the same to *' day, and that too of a superior grade of _. see. The river can be

) \ec. T dJ. 1827)8tr.r : : F. U. tfisbet, meal ; and the scarcity of mill treamt RECEIVED per Schr. Orleans from Town by vessels drawing navigated! 8" feet to water.thd

% in the country,and the labor : The
Administrator. I great Buffered situation i it high
JNUilCK.LETTERS in the of hand 10 cases superior Old London dry and healthy j
Jan. 23rd, *928-45-8t. operation mill, renders Particular! t has two Sulphur Springs io the vicinity
.if Administration on the it the more important to the people of Madeira me. one of which is ouly 200
yard from
?
the
the : this Territory.. 10 Old Port Wine.
late JOKB HoucTXF A2ssi2e ofNOTICE Public
p Q l\read. Sqtlare. They are said
11 to
Esq. having been granted to the un. is The price for a right to construct one 10 Cherry Brandy, Superior. great medical qualities. possesJ

,. der-igned, by the Hon. the County Cunite o urt hereby ia given that &I good I of these Mills,, is twenty dollar, and one 20 Cordials, first quality asserted in For further infnrmatfon of
Terms
of now selling for 86 o[tbem be made the cases 1 doz. each. 8ca.
; County Escambia all can at a :
; persons trifling expense apply to J. G and N.
a barrel flamlen
theBaken
will for the 10 "Wine S>. MArtA
fieuw d 'inst staid ensuing when with the Bitters. ,
iiovina : =S'= Estate, arereque'strd fifteen compared advantages or Augustus Stecle
'A'" the days give thirty nine ounces fur from the 5 Demijohns superior oM Holland TalinliMseQ.
1 to present sane immediately resulting use of them. Gin. St. yw Its 10th
.. ;, tuelve and a hilt'cents.. Agreeably to 3 Barrel August, 1837-24 ..!f.TALLOWQBEES
'
Cherry Bounce.
.. aod those indrblcc!, are desired to Application to be made to the subs
mate l.yment, tni.John dermen an Ordinance ,passed by the Board of Al hers, and those who purchase: will: be fur 6 Half Dbl!. Anniseed, Peppermint ,
f oOth
,
July 1824.fly .
dished with particulars in full. I and Cinnamon Cordial lit WAX

t Innerarity, Order of the Mayor. L. & M. A. Armistead. inr Sale 6 QTpHE highest price in cash
/ y given far
.
J. ,
Gt.
Drake 4& the
I INmiU8ralor. above articles -
.
:::1 Peer cit let!: Jan, la.M8t.. At Tallahatsee or ,4ppat t""l4e F. H. Nisbeki8r. Julius by
Secretary* Pen.aOlty DCC. 15th
Pescaj
1821.--1.at. ,
Pema .
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