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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: January 26, 1827
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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]its of '
& and War are ) 'for ; .
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obviously nu- of -
purposes an deification i of whole Of which refers to. Urn oe-
VI" iAi: : ; HUTXTT irterous, and loo various to receivethe records lIrcvp
'IP papers, and docmiients ; I I partment in a greater or lesser degree rally advan ce why U1 and mo
SOI.1o: }KoifOR AND P.1OPRIETOR; rigid and constant attention and making out and '" "f.**>tW
recordihgof ; require so much attention as them to seek for
: .!i ,lztr ofthr lama Of the Vnilc.l! States which they merit. The Secretaries pardons, remissions of fines anpenalies. seriously to entrench on the time opportunities of
road of the Florida. securing :o themselves
Territory
of of the Navy and Treasury 0& ie department. additional

\. SrjJcniPTio.N-Year $5 Departments remark, the former, 14th. Care of the original manscript 'Kexnumber of applications for respectabHty feeling and consequencesa
Half year 3 that the duties no less praise-worthv in ., /
deolvingupon' ,
Quarter year 1 50 journal, books, documents, pensions 'ill continue to enlarge, them, than honourable
Subscription payaule in tivI1ce.Allnr.Tlsl' 1 him cannot well he transferred, but and papers belonging to the Congress and the masVof: evidence! to Le inspected effur s of the to the benevolent -

,* advertisement that an increased numb'T of clerksis of the Confederation and of in government
-livery many easfa equal to an and citizens of the United
t,{ti.v v.idih of one column and measuring I indispensable J ; and the latter, the Declaration of Independence ; ordinary suit in cfrujccry, espe who have contributed Stales,

tint! J1fC than \\rlve lines of this type,first that some alterations and enlargements I the Constitution of the United, dally hen connected with diminution .' to this im.prov. -
a ment and
dollar) each contiiui- to this
.rt 'r1io11 one weekly I more no.
Tiii. r fifty rcnS ; 1 1 mprr and wider ones at in the structure of the de- ; States, and the journal and pro. : of property indica ed by ble bearing of the abo-igin-1
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r;.' "1t.I)!' f-lft'. Kule and figure work, pat tment have become necessary, I ceedingsof the Convention.I5ih. their second schedule, form a cbn- There are 34 schools with man.

d.fl'! ;V "i!.',' for the fut insertion. Adtciti inaemuch as the national revenue The periodical superin siderable item in its Ju'.iea. upennlendent's of the
which
molts will be tastefully displayed, has swelled *o more than three tcndence of ; coast -
taking the census and To this be added
may a varietyof t
*r'Hiiuc- tree aureoj them! and wilt I correspondence i* rrjin'drn
.. times its amount at the formation, : other mailers; ol statistical info miscellaneous such ed. Bv
subjects
Muu"J 1).v n.atterol this size U pe. I' as the regulations of the Dr.
U .u-Ji insetted at mieivjih. (that is, not ins orthc g ')yernmt'ntr when the Treasury mation connected with it, and ma- applications for bounty land war- partmen, annual returns .

;"' ifi-tl! <'\cry week, fiom the ffst to the Department, as it now is, was king digest thereof.: i tans for the last and R' volutiona- quired by vh 'ch a ? ;r
u.,: in&crtioIl) each; iii<5e 'tioi will' be ch.ujj-} the in tvhf
cor.s'itu'f A cursry glance at the Preceding i rt wars, and thc adjustment of the whole system
eJ! ;: ; :i new lltn.qi'C'iUl't.-\.lumt' for is disC;: *"j.; -
ad vrtiin pav.ifi!" always In de'iiand.UT 1 It i is ,5'! i.sus, that a portion ol speculation of the duties of claims, growing out of the late : and noi only re tViissonirirarequired : :

I.i>i-ral e.ilt.ct. \,ill! be .:)ads l \\ith { i"se subjects should, and must the Dcpartmet of State will, war in behalf of, or against the !.. :

tlll1..e \\ ot'i, t.) :ul\eiti-.e t.ear.! I be transferred Co the sup rintend- once, show their multitude ,.1C! United States connected with this of their repor'upVso muca
;;:r ('urnlalli'ttons diiectel toV.. proceedings and 'sbus"
'nee of another individual 1 depart- their incongruity. It is supNsedto Department. The
Ha f'n Hum, JV.;{ .Master, Pcnsacola, upl i:l fabrication of menu, as regularly to accK t.r'
be duly!
.-f.-.All la.- Y.WKiCJRfIMr.r. y.. =...d1VMiM should be greatly augmented :iI lady upon each of the iunig. It the public establishments, as by furnished by the m .s

,.r> fo'. ":t 't't" ,?!:- ir .. h-Jt:," now fxlsiiiig.An will 1 hp g,pn thm domestic and foreign private contract, the various Arsenal but also Govern er.1 v
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.> idea may be: formed of the branches of the public service throughout the vuncu *--- HUtions ,
tI -;-;- -=-:;-=--7--== : :-=-:;:::"=-'::'= = --- : \\\ll.oI'
I business of State, from the items without having the smallest States, and the numberless inci- have added, and which"aj..oi amount -

,....... --r....\.,,. .,"t'J::,,,; .'.:.;"./.{'(..:1.1'.:.4'.1 t 'A Inch .\1 t. Clay furnishes, arranged connexion with each oher, are dental subjects, which Cannot well to nearly 100,000 dolatirv! '"

-:-.. ." -. ,.-,.- :,,.."/'t..........':..":t.:=.:....."._11'1, under the 'oliowing ads : indiscriminately blended :iogrilier. ae enumerated, present a range of in property and stock of v.lri.';U$

/-s."'' "t:,l"-' t;t/:,410.':-" .,.::." '!'\.i I '.t. Correspondence;: with four-. What relation Fir example: is duties of such extent and such variety kinds.
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ili..........:",........;.\.1'i.'i.;_.....:.,.---'p__'i'.,-. trt n A tlerica: Ministers of both there between the affairs cf the Patent as to prevent the possibilityof Our numerous aties with 're

.. "J..;;)'\'i'' \ """! '7 grades, in foreign countries ; four office and foreign negotiations? that thorongh investigation and Indian tribes and the cubes t,)-eed-
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C 4.?{-..v '.' '....'J C -insuU to tlu- Barbary Powers, between the distribution, and the deliberate reflection by the Headof nce under them, both as pr-|)ara

,' ,. cnirped: ahovth d'plomuic' duties designation of the printers of the the Department, which its organization tory to their formation and 'n the
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r'.J'l.A :::''JZ1Z'r." *.- ; .Yoi1 fo;' 1827.
: AtrKti*; of Claims Paris laws of and direction would execu'ion of their
A DI Ian E. ; "vo at Congress, the seem to imply.In pro\:sjPh ''e-

r.V THL u..\- ... (')tor.* and London ; and: out' hundredand of our foreign correapotdence? lieu rf which much of the discretion quire much res onsi->ilt. and

ilrt: :: t.. *a Jii. ..1111 l J--t io dn;li !'* ten Cunsuisabrodd: / and in: Iu- The Secretary of War inhis reply assigned to the Head of promptitude, and laborious corr.
Jit.J: t1.! .,' .\i: a id 1't'!lki.
< :' diner nunieious translaticnj ; and says- the Department is of necessity pondence ; and when, t,) these s'= feral .
old
t -' iJj.' S' t'ril't.! .tI: the ,
1:' i ,' iLc Ifji' lui and tiu l (ild. likrv. 13e i an extfn ice correspundeiiif To my report attending tie Pre- transferred to the heads of the branches is superadded the t

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1. co':.' -.Ji .11 $L-c.1 1 ar,! laid); of the l:njel siatoa on Foreign of the session, to which I ro suggest, that, if a new Department claims under he intercourse law-

!i"I-. id- t::'-%..t Hwl ih,' 1 Idl1rS.d. Gott"rn t1 t'nt'. respectfully refer the committee, should meet with .the of 1802, it may well be conceivedhow
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It,'rr ('he ,\HI d j U'J!' sceptre! rti'tKailh 2nd. Correspondence, occasional I beg leave to a::id that the idmiu- favour of Congress, some of the laborious the trust 'u, ai;dhow

to gar i't., and dust to dust." !M a; :I'b' and hrquem official interviews istration of the army alqne! requires duties assigned this Department impossible it is fur the

.: i on business, wi i h Foreign a very large portion of the might very properly, and with head of the Department wh is

t$r4'..,flit:(::"?.E'saali!pak em.t 1'oH llil4hl\aloagtt : n"1g'; Ministers, accredited by thisGoernmr time of this department ; of which : great advantage to the tae public charged with the execution of the

11:is *.-" uid "ell ?bt:::;, thou\ : that weep, n;, whose number varies the committee will be readily satisfied interests, be transferred to its supervision vast concerns of the whole machinery

Al! :Ji.iI:! with tl.fM': -leepiM.vleep: : from ten .to fourteen ; end also! correspondence when they reflect, that itsdisciplincitsdistributionthrough -particularly the whole of war, to su&.am als.. ;j-

I1m; :: ;f|>', sist'rs of the norm, with foreign s.hdlIJitttd subject of the pensions ; and still, t multiplied and greatly diversified

S.-tnmr-r. ; sun orviniei''": >tonn, : in our ports, whose Gu- nut the United States at the le\'er. with more fitness, our relations concerns of our Indian relations.
,
b '>tirtt j *'.jce nr baut! > ; tnHc' ,
?\ ..: -'mil, htf-nk their slumbers more. ti'rmnents have no diplomatic; i'e- .1 l post ; i's dohng-it3! subeis- with the.Indians.

;*";,M; vjjjjl! l.ccp !5is joule tl:ttI.aitn presentatives.3d. teuce-its pay-iis medical sup- The chief reek of the War De- .t.

to earth, and dust ti du?t." The issuing and distributing plies and the endless succession of partment, adds the following facts, Virginia Legislature.-The pro..

1'i.t: a dny i is coming fast tit jpplicunts p-rsonal ;:assports, details which: from these various from which some tolerable conception I ceedings of this body are becoming

j...1'111. tbv, mi:'htil'.t. a-iJ thy lat and itjf p.reparation and distnbuon sources are continually occurring, I may be formed of ihe extent interesting. It is expected that tiicr

1hd1l ciu'u in fear and wonder.lltt of sei-lcttcrs and Mediterranean require the attention and consideration and variety of duties arisingout debate on the constitu'iou.,Ility -tad! expediency -

:ildod b\ trump and thunder; passports.4iu. of the department.The of our Indian relations : of the Duellng Ltw will
,.. stiife and hlil!S.I S.
It stMll! shall! c.,UJ'* in blood Hin5i! .)'d, A compilation, from ofli- variety of duties assignedto The Indian Departmentembraces << :;I occupy considerable time, and draw

It ..'. i!' c.Miiin t.lnplrC% cn.a-n, -j .I I'l: U "ns, lists of passengers the carps{ of engineers and to. in its regular annual disburse- I out all the abilty of the Home. For

HI"tniu'!, t'-mnles! iiuplc-U; thmtios! : .irnviii.- the United States, and pographic l engineers adds greatly ments, upwards of 360,000 dollars. our own parts, we believe the law to

'1 n;:a. AiiMitJon; rnt'u: 11-! .,fre "ttl! seutiit-n, and of com- to the labors ut the department.Every besides (for this year for example, : be unconstitutional, for reasons which
]:.::th to earth, ail! Just tu dust I t .
';sercial ihf'im".iono: site= fur a fortification and which occurs every year more : we m'lY hereafter assign ; & AniI).>; _r

Thru: Halt coin tiltjallg: ::i0nt-sig-n; 5,11. The cas'ody of the Great throughout our extensive sea-coast or less) appropriations for other because it has never had the effect of ,

In i:e! ,"J-t the I Kiv'M':! .shin'; Seal, and the recording; ol all the I -the various alterations suggested objects connected with Indian Affairs I j i inducing a single individual to relinquish

i'i.i,':ng f"flll1 H"tHt"e'., g')1d''n hate, of than 370,000 dollars his when lie conc v-
commissions to American Minis- in the course of their construction more purpose,
'j'"t: ";iid ihoiiH.i'jds hi Mate, I
:"pir).* wirhtl i :' crown and id.niic; I I UTS and Consuls, and I of foreign{ j end the expenditures incurred makirg{ a total of upwards of ed occasions ca lea mm totneiirldpossibly

Tn'm',!Ie Itl"n thou jidien\ toinb I Consuls r iidrig! l in the United pass under the inspection of this 730,000 dollars. It has connected ([ mis-termed) of! iu:: >*.

H.ua; liall: pen on -iJ. *;::!lit, states, and the making;: out and re6ih. department: Every road and every with it, th 'ee Superintendents of -So long as popular opinion Affixes ,
J" ::, l Ill'turned to hviuj :Jitjht, I Affairs in the of odium li.os- hn .
caf'i"g' (,'fC: !:sir exNquatorv. canal whose inspection is directed Indian persons I an on: :
Ki. ..:uin of tinraiisonid Ju.t.uth the Governors of the three Terri fuse to obey this call, and uti 1 ", :1-
of
Ex.-aJsinaiK and by the the -
;:. to earth, a.ut dust to dust;J"'J liquida- government
.1./1 of accounts for foreign, and United States, is surveyed by the tories, (who are ex officio Superintendents tize them with the most degreirf: or

'n tiy! ine.unt, 3rraln, !fUII" services! under this Depail-: topographical corps. It is from of Indian Affairs,) and epithets laws will be rna (t.: :i
l-:!:LItl! ,' rj I!:.-'M- ariat rm! St. Louis Gen. Clark ) vain to the ptacticr.neer .-!t
Th.. ;. di ti.c des .f uient, its order to their P aymt'ntor this department their instructions one at ( suppress
:\ : in M tJ se
Fr': :' ..r ::111: than PKdita'.y ;; c; '''':'<', tHS"'le through the Of- issue-to it, its reports are made created by act ef Congress ; twen- will be suppressed uii'i: : i

yjT''l! i f.t h.- t'"tl!, / Ii .e:,: .)fthe i'n-daury and the apjjlicatio and by it their execution directed. ay principal, and twenty-seven subagents new current can be: given to public -

One .'at ilai a! -a ,)i'u--- CJ,nl i :l and disbursement: of the And it may be proper to add, that and others, making a total feeling. We leave it lo (he c

Till'1 a dried ihousac the tot; n'r.-' : tears I heed ;"or tht' .did'4nd protection whenever an improvement of this of nearly one hundred persons. wisdom of the legislature, -ut'r
I2tla m. ulmioiiveuis
*\11\\ jji 11"| -.s of HIM t'e timt o!' distressed A-.ifrican Seanifn. kind is suggested, the contest for The annual disbursements are they can make this new current.Let .

e 44 Kartl.to l"arrh: and dust to dust." 7 h. Custods and care of the different routes among those interested made by requisitions on the Secretary them appeal to the experience .
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-4 -:::!:: of War and the returns are of the
in its location past.
... .. '',. .., books and papers bi 1 )ngin Va- multiply
.,, ... .p .tJ :' .\S _)1. raa commissioner! which are greatly its duties. made !by the Superintendents and The election of Senator has already -
4-- -- .=--,---- - ==-'" The of to this office for examination created some feeling. Thechivalrous
the
Fio-ntlic Vffiy Ytak T.tmerit. .. I'w dissolved, under different supervision military Agents, t

1.'ore Dc/ta" .-"I .s ** "- : -a!i-s i includ-ng those appertain- academy requires much of its at in such as the contingent knignt of Roanoke is

her: that the Eubjcct of a new iV- I'-.j:{ to the kazoo Commission ; tention. Apart from questions of disbursements are conceroedwhen well satisfied that he has committed I i
au-d continu- the accounts are transmitted to the unpardonable errors, and he st-eks
partment will be acted upur. a' ;ii.. nd the occasional exhibition and delicacy importance
in administration Auditor for final adjustment.There to propitiate his constitut b> a ,
sesbi i'n inc Con.f; t's M orden-d '..flakingtxtrctcts from some of ally occurring ts t

on the iMh inst. that the report oi; : h.'itj papers, on the application 1 hpg leave to present to the is also connected with cunning appeal to the malignant;
committee this branch of the duties of this Feelings of Mr. Adams' personal }
the s>eect committee: to whom was of individuals.8th. as furnishing some
idea of the labor and duties which Department whatever relates to and political foes, in order to secure -
and
referred bo much of the Prrtidenl'sniesp.dge R'spurts to Congress,
at the commencement of complying with calls: fr; information devolve on the department in respect the civilization of the Indians, under his re-election. We hope
of the annual 1 1appropriation and believe he will not be reelect'h
he provision
the
this
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the 8ebt iO'i, as Aspects the organization and other orders of the Sen- to establishment appointments'
I the for ed because if he is he will
made of by Congress con
! of the Executive D'part- ar and House of Representatives.9tn. annually ca-
hat object and, also all that relates strue that election into an -pprov .
Jnen's: should be reprinted. From Correspondence with Governors dets. On the" 1s: December there ;
treaties with them al of his conduct and forthwith
together ,
to ,
ot"a thousand candidates
of upwards
thr which made Maj' of States and Territories were
was ,
report examination and sink himself and his state into still
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swell. with the pro-
since has
22, 1826, it appears to be the opin with Judicial Officers, Marshals -every day
secution of claims under the intercourse deeper degradation by still moreoutrageous '
: ed numiJewhich I is
: ion of the committee, that the tune and United States District the suppose

tr has arrived when it is proper to Attorneys.10th. not far short of fifteen hundred, j law of 1802. conduct_ than _he has
:. To control and direct those va- ever yet been guilty of.-\V rare
whose recommendations sometimes I
separate the various and discordant! The preservation of the ,
fifteen each are to I rious concerns requires an inti- told, from the best authority, how-
duties devolving the several rolls of Congress, the recording of ten or to I
upon
be read and considered mate knowledge of the characterof ever, that there is a party in the
secretaries, and to provide lor the the laws, the direction of the printing carefully I
discharge of such of them as re- and distribution of them, and preliminary to a decision. the Indians themselves, of their Legislature determined to support

]eatto dumestc affairs, by the organization of public documents, and the designation Our relations with the Indiantribes relations each other and toRe Mr. Randolph a: all hAzards-
under the Government and laws of the United men who would not vote for
of of, and corresponding are exclusively I
a in w Department.
States. This can be obtained Washington Jefferson if they yet
In this tie committee pub- I with the printers of the Laws. superintendence of this depart
Deport with their lived DC were willing to serve their
there only by an acquaintance ,
lid'1 a correspondent brtween Mr. llih. The Patent Offi-re, and the ment. Of these 'peaple arc
history, by daily observations bnd country in that station if opposedto
.t'V"'nter' chairmaN of hr com- reception and preservation o; ipwards of 300,000. Forming
I sometimes comparisons and by a careful examination him ;- who would fote for him
m'ieee, and tne heads of the different books, Sec. published in the Uni treaties with them, (
of the of the; A- in preference to James Madison
dcpartmfn e, from whichWe ted States, and giving necessary ; fifteen or twenty during the! year, reports t
and who will for him at all events -
into their dispositions vote ,
number made ,
for that is about the gents
subjoin some extracts, that our certificates to procure the copyright I
feelings towards each other, and though his lunacy be settled
since the 4th March) the paymentof
readers form an idea of the
may towards the United States, and al, and confirmed. We hope, howe
their annuities the adjustment
great responsibility devolving upon 12th. Making out and recordingall ,
of the effects of ver that the unhallowed phalanx:
existing regulations ,
the intercourse so,
the Secretaries, and of them commissions which do not pas jf claims under the union cf

:.., of buaitifbt which must: of through and belong particularlyto aw, as well with the Indians at upon them. may be defeated of by all
delicate moderate parties.V
This has become more wen
be confided subordinate the other Departments all nr own citizens supplying_ them
necessity, to ,
of informed that those who will
several
since are ,
officers without the cogni- compiling, Sec. of the biennal Regtater ander treaties with :subsistence. ,and responsible 1
tribes settle- not vote for Mr. Randolph will ultimately
sance of the member of the ca' i inet. of Officers !tc. cc. ;he control of the agents' eub! the. bordering our
.and the tlementa. have been improved incitilitatioo.and settle on Judge arbour
The duties, which now rest 13th. Issuing certificates undei
Upon the Departments... oi State the official >seal of the DcpiArtmeiU j Adjustment of their accouma the .. the arta. and feel., or GUY Tyler. .

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\ : -,. municaticn to the House of I fjorermHent which they adminster, The venerable Senator from of two their yean office received for the cmolumeQe!
MA-
NATHANIEL
which
Repre-j
...-fDomS'fIO. find, wale ready to proceed a- North-Carolina, they have
j$1 : :senta ti yell! : elected President rendered no services
f ___ I of : instihem for misconduct, when, CON, was yesterday A more
---------= Members ga
r. :'-Vice- -= -President-- Calhoun. To the Honorable I unhappily, cause may exist for so of the Senate, pro tempore, unfounded and ungenerous impu.
f1 the House of Rcftrt8 'TltatHt'- Vice President tation
of was
the never
fiJsome
; that in the absence uttered.
i ob- and it is our duty to see
doing
The ,
I Nutiwal IntelUncer An imperious e of duly, 1,t of the United States. of the council! knew full
shall be
of ( unfounded txpos- Well
serves that considerable excitement sacred to the honor : charges ___ ,
a regard i t ---- that the Dist Attorney
of ----- had
; jed trd. Difference .
and detel
resigned
Thursd-iy produced I c0fl-
:ii was on the station which occupy i his office
lonr
'1 ;. in Washington, by a publication Del: 1 me to approach your body in [I: opinion; upon the economy, the date of their "great i before the

. I. in the Alexandria) Guzeltc, the material its high character ol grand inquest 1 propriety, the wisdom of public It is fair to presume mllro ritty."
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annexed. is one thing ; but to therefore
I ct which measures,
are
t' nation.
parts oTlhe that this intended, blow
of !
I I ..I i We are sensible that this is an incident i i Charges l have been made agaInstme j ai ttackt'1e official) rectitude of an sors will recoil on their our cen

: of such a nature a$ we could! m of the most serious nature, and 'officer( .s another In such attacks. heads. own

1.:" I II with propriety, pass over in if ought to degrade ilme .Tiust or unfounded, we attack
c : not, which, true, ( Govern Our Council was elected to
\t t : time weregret which | our Rubican form of lcpislale -
silence and at tne same from the high station In ,
. I \' 'r the necessity lor 0 Intro d uf II na U- wren jna"' cu: oy me choice: ment ; we givt joy and triumph toll for the public, not to sIan.

I \ I.of my fellow-citizens, and to consign a its e.iemie* ; we weaken its der individuals.
I il into. _.Lf.iVma'w at follows, In our last it
a l my name to perpetual infamy. ; claim} to resnectabny, and hast- .. -- -- paper was stated,
, I S: 1. refers to a gentleman recently arrived I In claiming the investigation of f ,, en its downfall. \Vt should recol- it Jl (Q A that many of the subjects (and we

1; :: Washington from New- the House, I am sensible, that, un 1 led< that we are cosdy! walched by I will now add all entitled to respect -

; York. d er our free and happy institutions, !: all the enemies of fret government FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 18:27Vcrite ) embraced by our famous

1 i "The gentleman alluded to is the conduct of pnblic servants isn ''in Europe. Since the tall- ol- the -- -- : -- I mf'nlorbl"tre already before

i !1 J' the authur of several articles, signed I i fair subject of the closest scrutiny j,I great };1)pol rail, a Minister of the L. ::-.- sans ptur. -- I Congress. But the council has

I ; ,. tl IHncock," (which appeared and the freest remarks, and that a c/1!Lejr'riniutes has almost proposed As in du'y bound we publibh in ftt"on'I1't"ndd to Congress a tlrc_

II9..1 4 in the NewYrk papers; ) scrutinizing firm and faithful discharge of'clu- toiuintue fifteen hutdred thousand I full hilS day, a singular document, I guisition" Jf arms for our pour in.

Fi 1 the official conduct of Mr. ty affords, ordinarily, ample protection bjyonc's of Europe againsvIhe.liber yclped the memeriil' of he Legislative habitants Sec.-Presuming that
Cal'ioun. while Secretary of \V ar.I I of Florida which the members! intended that
against J pulitichl 1 attack ; y of the United htaxes. I cuncil the
: { -To this gentleman Elijah Mix, but when s-me attack assume the I V Such audario-j* projects will beencouraged l i in a very t1OCbt style *. recom arms, and not the '%requiaitiQnwoulti ?\

j e j :. l' addressed a :letter* under date ot l charac'rr of impeachablr oilenccs by tv-.y ;hin ; tha mrnds" to Congress:: var.ous subjects b<- of "infinite importance'1,

"I :1!" t, th" Is: of N )v. 1825, charging Mr. and become, in some degree, cflici.al brings o(;ii'iM' Ujjon our Hs-tu- I 1J i 1 for the consideration, nnd a- we quote .n abstract from tn: re-
.
,.. t )I Calhoun and !Vandeventer, of t by bting placed amui.; the lious : and nOlnHg: { cou'd' !;'['.nr; 1I ciopti! ; i.jn of thai body. A. this por- of thr Secretary of war, exhibiting .

the War D artment, with a directparticipation L public records, an officer, thUs! assailed I more odiu" upon thorn tl'in] : lu (cocu 1"t'nt required: inf asseu of : the distribution of arms,
.
1 ."" : in the: notorious Rip:) however base the insu- how th-J t ov.r public i i irien c. ccv \thv majority j of the Cru :cii, we lo show hat no fur- h r interference

t :'. 3iap contract, and stating that he meut used, if conscious of inn' J nr t. Tnis ca I iitinly agiai' the' shall! consider! it u, th'> deliiiera'.e: of Congress! is necessary on

'i had the receipt of tne latter gentleman cence, can look for refuge only total second} officer ut'cus Govcr.imenl.f act (it I that niajoritv j ; but our charity : this subject. Our council knew,

; '' L for 19,500, a portion of l e Hall of the i imirfedu'.e Representatives and d.-spic) .le a.UIi it may e, would: coi t a> e permittee us or ought to have known, that there's

J r wnich was declar-d, by him, to be of the People. It is ihus fly to) Europv, ana be re-print" :|I IThen I *o :hrlicve, even i if we h; d l no* r>t n an act of Congress on the subj .

't. for :\Ir. Calhouu's use. The letter I find vct-dly placed. ed L :I Mi'C.eU'd ail j ii of arming 'he miiilia of the
)1' f myself un?x: : rt'. let the rrfuto'ionits : I ,. prolesthat *limem1 j.V
I I i 1 was markrd: confidential ; Wedneaddy! morning Lst, it I \ pfC88.ipi J heels an d! lh; ., ry if.1 :I ers vittxt tor is aopn-.n United States, under which Florida .

.4 \1k'$: J' ,J"d bu Hancock taot clio bm> to con- was for hf first time i intimated o I rejoin nat the! Vice-President I In addition 'o the consistencyt ; might have received her proper

J. I; 'f t.': S : i i. yes me, that charges ,)f f a very serious I has m-t 'ht'1 caiumnly as he has and singular modesty ol Uc I 1'1"0-: share, as .he other Territories

; ,' terd.. y to. ,..the Secretary.....ofvai*, .aiure: against me, vcre lodged i in, j\ dune. Hcd ra m -n..1 i n v,.o t r '" t;v n t I duCtiOll: I( mu) be runark.-d, ilain !, ries 'j if her militia j i officers
.
1 ,,,
II ii; ft. ih.JrOIO.L. U'.dJateh.1 c''lnghi:.' unVfi( 1-A'hy oL ntlt 01 tie llx :cutivc DC partim-nis ;; ; upon t'.i'iH, floor. Let it be granted I severa'' iis\ ar.ces: great abuses,, iacl made proper returns to tha

t*,: :I." I n.J' to be a party to a c t" < at :, nli I iuring tht day; rumors from see to him, .ud let jUlice be done. and even foul ji'urdcr have beencomn1itud \Var Department. Let our titled

I I 1 r S thJtkllg probably, .'I';aT u<: i a m'an ril quarters to the! sar.e effect Mr. Floy concluded, oy moving I i on the English! I Iuiiguago. gentlemen from General to Captains

I : 1 mig'r' nuve t t.!a",110'l. .l t., JK--U! .,f reached me ; but the first certain r that the ;osnmunicjtion: of the ) This, however i i"? cxcasa (and we have not a few o?

j i.. ter to nrake an attempt upoii his i 'information of their character, was, I Vice President be rtflercd to a Select ble! as it is probable :\. tnerr) ascertain how many militia.

i \ ?i't.t.toU. 'a f thrived yeaterday morning J thra'I ; Comnittee. I Grammar was t left at 'home lur1'ay"I there are in Florida, lei this number -

J : I 1 '\v.. nave procured a copy cf thr one of the nevrsj 1 apera: of the Dis.rct -.1 I Mr. Cole said, ;it v/nuNi! be re- 'he author of this: memorMi.: J But': I be duly returned (Co the prapei1

t : ;4 letter, uhJCT will be ''ound Deloxv, I! '. Its appears, frum its State coller.itd! by a number:! of r the I wr have a right in productions! |I departments! ar.d there will be no

; t t .. "verbatim tt :;/f'ralimt 1'IHI nt. that I am accused of the members of the house, present, I, where language and policy are occasion! to beg arms of Ccngrea

1 t. GLO (. TOWN, N.>r. I 1835.To sordid and infamous crime of participating I that the contract ou*, ot which the I I equally outraged; to expect :airici When it rains porridge our ferritoria. .

I ; :. : .'/V v'/u/Aor of Hancock.lf ;: j in the profits of a con present .pplicatiuii grew, vasbrought I i veracity. And when we are unfortunately dish has thus far been bottom

I e t, : t ,liiforridiion is wanted o tract formed with the Government:, I to the notice of tht? House I: disappointed in this upxvards. In 1823 two

1 .J : frV* r. thl 'Ui.J c' of :Mr. Caliiourj'jiifi; II I- through the Department ofVar, on nis coatVhen! this Rip RaCOflt"iCt. I:. respect, especially in cases rcb- townships !)f.11idere: given us by
: r d.! while I was entrusted'with i the j, : s i it i is culled: was laidi
I.'t.
it individuals
: in ling to tor
my power, Ith.nK. I we arc Constrained Congifss? a seminary of learning
1 t disciiai ge of its duties, and th ., j before the House i examined; it
!urnish
I to believe
-, yuu matter sufficien' that political I Ior -Tnoy were, however: passed
I the accusation ha? been otTiciallyi: I (said 'I r. C.) with i the I
;: t fo .Wik"a 1:fly unbiassedTnirci i 1 greatest t J'- rsona'! ;n >iives hare had a L {I overand ti r;t located, t ill almost
;; t MIU. ue 'aS concerned in the L presented as the basis oran oliicjal I sciutiijy: and with; the closest} ap I cri.ninal influence. It j3 an unpleasant all the vj.iuible i : I I lands were disposed i
V V yet of tht' \\ ar Department, andn i i I
\ I S 9 Kip Ka4 Contract! rither directly plir.-! V : r ; t-id 'akt* the occasion I but i imperious duty, i ( of.-One i is not yet located: ,
't, : t or indirectly. and I consequently to be placed among to d'cL.r, .at: I 'l 1-c'' not discover which
: ; nave wr'.tenJeJ'rs I compels u* to upesk thus Who is answerable for this negligence
t 1'\ *A V: ndevenier's its lecortls, as a ladling stigma on: : Lci: os: trivij.1 i cirrumstance go- I I ?
which i I plainly concerning) the acts of our Ha on the subject! of arms .
f character.
most :pi/situt i 'y mention that he my I irg to sncivhal'tne then Secretary ruer3. But they act for : he pub! .i \\proof) is as follows-To poor '
t C'il!>ounJ t'-dS Conscious of my entire info of \Var >vus: in the rt,1Oll'S' deI lie, be Florida!
I engaged, and f-: I pretend to the organ of thy is .ifhxed a little star, '
t f. ceiv. it s' '(:.e !)urti"".' of( the co 3- cence in this and e"erother puo- r' e iniprijp ry! V: ii. t !ned in it. jabic! SPiitimj-nt, and they are which refers to the shameful note,

w trac I knew tiLt Vandevenlerwas lick act and that I haves ever hern The contraCt w .s "x-.jn.ined I. by and should be amenable to ihe "No: return". Mr. Mitchell might
hucapabic
. t44: 'nkii!.; a traffic of i it, and I i' in the perfomarce of !jHK not once! ov.ly, Lu fur dfT rent public tribunal. And this ra ois I' conscientiously: ) have extended uis
S 'duty, of beiupf i : j ji.flui-nc ,)Y ; IuIrjS: .Jd{ It i is: j'J : 1 SiUKl
any I&4.
i 7ep'rir.t 10 ;him [Calhoun] the memorial, the !favorite i ban-ling( of protect to .he whole! document.
Lh 1 otner motive IhU u sacred J i k e.rlifcclosure! ;
fb I
Injustic-: o-'compelling regan (u : that I
me to private animosity, is fair
pay a sub
i .. I to the public interes', anc rebIv' ewr uin i tli$ DlbTRIBL'TIO.N: OF ARMS.
t Ihl
I te aJ'.ouii' o! Jie advance, vvhic'V.nd : i j remrjiest: suspi. jtct of review and free
l ed, as far as human drc rcm l'k.1 The t lollo\vni: is an abstract of
I'it; u o'er ad received. He[ r can rx j jcionol 1:1' j1r 'p..lt-ty against that So much as' is intendtdto -; onaofihei.iuiicrousD.TUincntscontaiae
, I tend, lo leave an untarnished r- -j!jputation officer. : '. I be'V I ; iin
!J c ; totlr.c) his decision: was final, andthu 111 -at: : ; ): a-t!'Ml. shall censure upon the exertions of
J thete \!..s no appeal! 1 J to po&teiiiy, I ch.: lii-iigt1" ; j most readily voe! !ior Ih' invia'igtstion ift Congreau ourDekgaK the Report} oi'lho Secretary oiV'.lr.whiLh : ,
ahhuugnhe
will
; we lorme
i i'- must heve known 'he the freest invest'gati:: i In ofti'iuse tt1l' I said ',i ir. C. but not with accompanied the Preiidem'cMessage.
injustice
prevent lay ovtr to a more fa-
,
of the decision as the only mean tfTtu tne view of aaiiifying: f i mind i .-
; ad I tfave I lnu, isy on I v')ruhe! opportunity.
1 tI I at the same time a ally to repel ihis! preinetlsiaitd ai the Sit lJ't'r.t.' I (Apportionment] of Arms to the :Mill:
receipt: which: I Tilt memorial! contains the following
'i ki' 1 had r.:<*f-iv.'d from V. which he tack to prostrate me, by destroying I or.i i iI,' question then !Jt:ii: put on candid !,t tia. I'-'i: Jic year lH4, under the kw IbOi

e J h [C .'III't !!J ,'fused to receive. Let loreve.r my character.J. i Mr.: : Fliy's t oiion, ii was!: ;"ug-ee s afment very, and accurate others i III rot inAriii'u; I..: )111lilU.; :<:nul E'juippinjj the whole body

I 1 Ill' li"'ar surn you as <*aily ssposible Vice .Pretitlc'it C: CALHOUN, I to, wi'th scaro'-ry: a dissn-ti'in!: voice.: "Your memorialises a.lJngm;iurthcr ny repirsin. I .\..,.'.a.c, ; and [Jille !.'urnr! No.of.lr'u.JJthC \ .

I and Tatp what 1 shall cf'the United.Suites A committee Lot &ev n Ale i bcrs 1 ( nf
.
: way : as a
direct I was urde.rtd! and great impropriety, thai I 1'crribTii(::; 1:, turn Illlilid. appartar. J.I .
you. Yourobfdi i I Washington 29ti. Df' ;
'VV i; : : 1825. officers appointed
I by t he United: \Iainl': IB2-t ;33,1 53N. !
E.H: X. Tl.e letter having oe n read- On motion of :\1r. Camp5ell the States: to fill cilices within i this Territory J I I IirnpiiireliM: :2t!,iO5 :3'J7

V. N. B. On :hc subj-'ci of General MR FLOYD rosv and said, tt ;at Commute were empowered} to for example the Distric. :\!\a""adlt\sttsl\ : aS-12, 7.1-1
;;: SwiJ yu arc such thr send for persona and (" .lIl1wcti'ut: 1S24 I,2 B 3t3It.
nMsinfornied ; and J was : rapid succ >stion; of papers Attorney and Marshal for .
3 The H'juse Middle [;iaid 1 H:! 1 1OS, 12 l.mI
can |I'u you in the, way to know ''membcri in ihii House, that there thru went into Committee FloJ'ldaflw have for '
the Vet inoit h2:3 :
term o": I I 27.j 381S.1 :
",another person which you hun I were but few more present why tf the w tOll> on a bill to two years received: the emoluments !II I I I t.\.Yor! ; ]C,1.1tl: 2102'ew

: ,Jiot suspected. I: were members of it when the ton provide for the rHii/uishment: : of of!(he same, and have i : .If'rsey 13 42,3; )O( 585

I V : Mr. Mix inserted the following: ( j| tract, referred :to in the Vice Pr- claims to certain lands, old by a day within a hundred never resided !j!, '! "- lvauia 1S23 IG8,512 2190lclttwuc \

Note in tHe National Intelligenceruf den's letter, had \been a subject of the United States in the State ofOhio. the district mile's of HH 1 7.1.)1 103l
in
which heir duties ;\1 l trJ laud I H2.l 40,091 554ViriiIa
Ii1t V id8y. l examination on this iou. He was were to be performed." ilL! t i)4J,709 1:3tN. :
T TO THE EDITORS. t tV. I then. member, and would sa.iythat On motion of :Mr. McCoy, tle; The : I: ('txtina 14 b8,453ctgi OiS $
foregoing: statement of ,. ,
.. Having i seen I 1 commit'ee after a { (' -.1' _n ,),'"
a uu'jlua'ion i nth: e he had paid particular:: attention soon rose, reported i I I a a .Il1.1ll ] .J"I) ;"1, )') 31'0'
Alexandria Gaz-tf t.f and had great impropriety" has the :singu I ; ; t 1:: W ntiGl 411')
leave
: this! 1: da'e. to this contract, and, in some progress:: ; to sit lar I
merit of
U violating: at English (;atcI.v li2; t 6U,0I3 !Ia!)
t 'f' purporting to be a en ->y of a letter points of view it had met his dis strain ; when on motion of Mr. once
!
garminar and Telml.: :'i c l3; L ,;I':; 5'0'
I addressed .
by Van Rrrtssr.laer.The plain trut ; .
I" me to soase person approbation and censure.: He Within Ohio 1c:: ::!t n9SG, 13HOLOhiimia
,; I.i .- i: in Nt'\v-Y'.,.k. I take the earliest! could sar, fart i and the old House adjourned j to Tuesday been two two District years mere have 1S2: 1 1,18): l.tIIlJdti'um

l : ,j.I' opp;: r umy publicly to pronouncrtha members could bear him out in next. :ihe Attorney for : l :"!: 15sO3: 2191812 ,.l.,
Middle : >
I publication! not to be a true the assertion, that he l was seen in District, and it i iq sus \I.1= : l";; !)!) 5)1IIjflVJjS H.
t ceplible of 1 :!:! 5 1 IIlaiul1:1 !)
proof
From the both
l I copy of letter / tioncl Journal. tnut of them
any penned by me. oppo-sition! o many of the measures On have .\ : h :!O 20.00( ,) 7';
fk'.I.\ Dec. 28,1826, E. MIX. of the War Department, during -. Monday last, according to spent many days a: Taitahax- :\li.mi 13: 10IIiO 13"tichl ';

r f i .[ a; The Alexandria! Gaz.-tie of Salurday i the lime i the Vie established usage; on Nw Year see in the discharge of their dutiEs :\ ;! l1 12 1jI; :; 21
: present c-
i .! .I rej bins asfo l.-vs : president presided over it, and frequently I I day,for the Preeid "I" house was open tended; that they have regularly ate Florida\rkuns* l :!t 2,0S 3
,. the reception of visitors. :he Courts at Tallahasseesince ,
.yiix nat ,
audres>sst-d a note to J thought them too bold Dt. Co1cntia 1s7: E6
,600
I
I 1.J when
1 : f r\ the Edior' of the National Intel. and not sufficiently economical notwithstanding: the day their first organz:: ::;ion to I 4 _

r :. ri Jigeticer, d':nying that[ ihr letter but he haj never seen ; was extremely cold), the President the present time, with theexceptun I Total 1 J Ht301 15,0W
i: a.., any thing received the of
two instances.
published congratulations ofo In
oy us !S' 4 true of to the a one instance -
impeach
V any letter copy integrity of that I larger number than i ii is believedwas the District (F) Apportionment of Arms to the! Militia ;-
i' pennrd by l1im"-but gentleman, nor did he now,see any Attorney was for the year I82o, under the law of (?J
V the miserable at:tm p' at evasion thing to impair tne opinion, whichhe ever assembled on any simiUr presented: by :sickness. It is be for arminjr: rind equipping the \.holc body

1 will avail him noth-ng. It ,vas our had always entertained of his or other occasion, in the Execu lieved the gentlemen who have of the Miliriu.Stales .

jotention to give "a true *' character. But live mansion : all ihe rooms, including held, that office, can produce bills and Date Numltr No. of Arms
copy, a charg"* is now
the
I and we thought: until i I the next day made* against him, and I approve tne great eastern room, as for boarding in Tallahassee! while Territories of Rttuni Militia of apportioned-
4 V that vrf h d dine well as the large Hall, were performing their official i duties
suV l': did not, (said :VJr'. F.) the manner in whichhe to Maine 1H255H,377: 320
t : however, and we yesie'day correct. has met it, by demand crowded to excess: for several the amount of some months, andy N. HampshirelSJJ 2& ,9iO 394

J ed an error, wnich though unimportant fur an a prompt hours, although there was a constant t the learned Council I says, they :issachusettsl8i5:' [),;,060 74S:
investigation
> upon have Connecticut 18'J. 2,74lFt. : 30:>
z left room for this floor. change ofhe company, occasioned never resided within
equivoca I believe it to be calumny I a day Inland l-2n 10,81:5( 147
tion. Besides the onassion of the -I regret, exceedingly by the retiring 01'soan a-hundred miles of that district." Vi-rmouut I8kj: 7,633N. 37i';
I
9,19,500which was the amount gret, that a charge of such re-j and the entrance of others. The Before hazarding such bold assertions Yurk 1 M ];JJ4ti: 2"67\
I of a foreign ministers it N. Jersey 182.: : OO 575I'ennsjhania
the rrccipi given by Vandeven ture, upon such foundation, should : generally were would have been pro, 42)
i ter to :Mix, we understand that the be biought agalnsr present, wiih the members of their dent arid honest to have examinedthe 1823 15 ,:)12 2154IMeware
j an officer, so 18J4 7,451 101...
interpolation cf Mr. in respective legations ; all the Heads records of the .f,"
Calhoun'sflame high pubHc office, and I court at Talla: Maryland 1825 i 40,01 )
I brackets has been oojcct- add, so high in public favor may and Departments, and the membersof bassee, to see if the Dist. Attorneys Virginia 1S25; l J9f, )2S 13)4:
I t ed to. Tne word Calhoun I will lend ; both Houses: of Congress, the had been entered there N. Carolina 1S25 fii,7Sx: > S53;
efibrts
] was my to an 01'had S.
1 : examinc.tion Carolina ItO:: 28.23U; BR4
inserted by us several times, in of the charge, and the sup principal und other officers of the perilled the duties of their (corjjia KSID I 2J,6ai 403

I order to make the letter intelligi pression of the calumny.We government, civil, military and office. It would also have been Kcnuiekv 1HJ5 6 ,!)18 931

V. ; ; ble to every reader-and by putting : have fallen on evil times, natal, besides an immense number i expedient for these bold censors: to Tennesiee 1S2.:{ 42,715 580
k of Ohio 14-4
I 'he interpolations in brackets, when such a man has to answer strangers, amounting to several examine the law, and see if it required Louisiana 1825 Uio-: ifM,8li 11,188 152

i t V -\ We intended to convey the idea such a charge-but much a& it thousands. The annual interchange the District; Attorneys to Indiana 1825 20J22, : 2741

V that they were not in the original may concern him, I consider it also ). ol'salutations between the reside within any particular: dis Miss5>.,ippi 1SI 12 5291 74
letter. President of the United trict. But Illinois 1 22 8,521 Ht
We understood States the
were by as concerning the policy seems to
itself
t:: country and the Alabama 1820: ( 20.<>:0i) 27i5!
citizens have been
every intelligent reader, and Mix ar.d the form of government on he commencement to hang first, and exa- Missouri\ 182. 12i)4)MChi | lo-'t:

i has only aggravated his folly, by under which we live. The honorof of the year, gives to mine afterwards.In : !-:' 18 ;'2 1.;)
i.fr It resorting to a subterfuge so easily our p&blic officers is ours as the day the peculiar character of a short the Council intended! Arkansas! 1825 2,028; :JFfol"i.a1r

exposed." On Friday, Mr Cal well as theirs. A slain upon their, Republican festival ; the observance to be understood, and their language Dt. Columbia! 1824 3
I of which 2COO
houn addressed the following Com- I official conduct is an injury to the be we trust, will never bears the construction, that .
discontinued. the
j:' 'tV I District Attorni-ya: have for 3.No r"ll7Total.. J,103S7I ? 10QfIl)

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\ publifh in connexion with sides they have never gene wj:1hj: their same jurisdiction of the .otht uper.or people of this Territory, and to ,have "I* am tcartlly Clad to meet yoi

tlic r.H'niorial of our Legislative boundary, but have scattered them- courts in the Territory, established I been adopted in direct opposition to here after so long an absence
Council: the protest of Peter Michcll selves in different of the Territory ;
parts at this place, would afford great their unanimous voice. Your memo- And believe you are list to

E \r. a member) froth St. Augustine. II to the great annoyance of our protection and relief commerce, by rialists are constrained thus plainly to meet me in so good sorry"
company.
:Mr. Mitchell in his short but pithy citizens. They have stripped our the speedy interposition of the laws i! speak, because they arc anxious and Reply-"It is with the greatest

protest, has proved himself a faithful .l corn from our fields before our eyes ; of the United States, in cases oft( determined to lay before you, the gla- satisfaction we meet your Excels

jucmlKT, and above the popul, r ('eluwaich I r they have burned our houses and wrecked property. It is not to be \ ring oppression of this law. Why the leticy in such good company now .

:-iqIJ, ) eems prevaiant in our : murdered our citizens. All this they forgotten, that the revenue to .the, United '!judges of the United States tourts and hbpe we shall be favoured

ro'.irt atmosphere. Though he seems did, and have been doing for the last States, from the customs at this j should be discharged: from that duty with it often."

to stand alone in the minority, he season within twenty miles of the place, during the last year, amounted they are paid to perform, and why .
occuiiies a proud eminccce from whichthe walls of St. Augustine, and with to a sum exceeding sixty thousand I your obedient citizens should thus be ;: -

important waves of party can impunity. dollars At present there isno protection laid under tribute, at the expense of NESTOR is received too late for insertion

jjt-vcr remove him. But more recent outrages have : to individual rights in that ],, that subsistence they owe themselvesand this week, but shall have a

\r e cannot distruise the fact, that been committed, which has thrown a I sectijn of the country, or me.TtfUrably their families, are questions we place in our next.

Florida! will be jii'lired! in a good de- damper on the spirits of our agriculturists I so, partly from the mixed characterof I are unable to solve*-The inconvrnI _- _-- ii i i r _!_ -. J I I in I "" <

TCP l II v the puhl'c documents and 'i and present our country under the population that might be expected I e and distress, occasioned to your Elegant New YearV Oifta/

j .HS: which are supposed to emanate I'a gloomy asp.ct. The most inhu- in such a situation, and partly !i citizens is easily conceived, when it JUST RECEIVED

Horn the mo>t intelligent body of men mnnc butcheries have been committed I from their great distance to any high 1 I is known ; that under the present restriction : AND, FOR SALE AT THE PE.-SACOU

in the T rritory. If these are in- I' by them ; a whole family has fallen a I court It i is also stuted, that there i, suitors and jurors may be : BOOK-STRRE. 4

rnnsistcnt, \veak, puerile, or pcrnifiws j sacrfico; to thcir vengeance, and individuals are, at or near 1PYVest, a popula compelled to attend court at a distance A FEW COPIES OF

strangers will .jfllgC us by those I have been murdered whileon Ion of about three hundred souls, and I of ono hundred and fifty miles The Atlantic Souvenir 1827.:

public acts and }possibly rank us quite the hiirhway and engaged in that in- I', whether fixed or transient, shall be I from their homes. In some instances Ackerman's "Forget me not" for 1827.

::1" low as we deserve. I elm.trv, which constitutes the soul and} II controied] and governed by the penalties individuals have been under the -Pensacola Jan12th 1827. '

I energy of our country. Our corn I of law.: I necessity selling their horses and qam@\Q\ -

'fIle"a1io11:11: : Inh.'Hi ('nrlr, snvsVre houses have been broke and I'lunder-I: By an act of Congress, the Sect I cattle, to defray the expenses of attending mmSJ t

drspatci'os brought by M'-. K;nr:, ed ; our cattle killed, and our setters I t rotary of the Treasury was authoriscd I a court, where they had no \\muetterBOn

ir.o Secretary of Lf'I:sitinn to the Br
court: conia'n: a convention; conliuied \ with all the horrors of Indian cruclry, land, one in East; and one inVest that the restriction on the Legislative I PER THE ATLAS FROM NEW You

: \ at London, adjustiiM.' he mis- wiihinthe; space; of the\ last two monl'is!!; .j Florida, for the endowment of a col- Council, in the organic law, may : AND ELIZABETH AND THORNFROM

(1111: ivtandiiuj!! Leiivern: the American: Ac, within: forty miles of our ca; ilol. l'te. Your memorialists beg that be rescinded, and we do with due
NEW
n.1\ [ British ir.ncnimrnts, rcl]..the: to The vigilance of our Governor, and so much of the I I'-wa: ? re'\tii'5| that .deference to your deci-ionr think ORLEANS 4

.t1'!; tiraty: cf: ClIent in vukinjj ;niom.liytohe i the promptness of our miliTia, have ;/'II(, (, townships: should 1 be: sdec-icd, j that trtf Legislative power of this. A Groccrie CHOICE iu supply addition'of'

:. : owners of property carrieun.j ,; for the p1 eso'i: checked tneir: or't-; one :in Esnd:: one in ,t"e.' Florida, i I Territory would never impose an un- I to his former stock, among

; hv iht-! ntsh force- diiriii'Mhr! i I es, andi some (i-rCe; quieted' il:...- aiifi: th'it il,nv sh ill be selectedcnt'ru 1.11rt. duty on any public officer, or misrepresent which are the following ar.ticll'l. .

i-v% ihs: Convpnti.'n Britain crnnrs inV : fears of&}.nr C1! 7/jps but at what t-ie ;tc repr;
V rrnss niin :.1.'JO 4,000, as pr.ymrnt :and In \ I'lt i pi!l-I -o. M.Xb '!nt b,. .\' -,vlljlet i ocvo; of the: Territorv, l b o ;'i-\ve* I constituents.:; i 1 Pipe Superior Cogniac Brandy Seigaf tte'jr

:n full for thn:! property tjkrn; : (lUflfl:! s-hp its HIT 1 W, .lie !blood of.-;." Citizens '' to ..'! iert' tle: >'Ule. in f"K'o or Another change is prayed/or in the 1 brand,
do.
Old Holland Gin
.
*.vn.: Subsequent accounts state, that. will: *...c e'r, ...f.llI rct'1. I:; P-ut ic'K."is: : and wh---j: IIP r.\ .y I 01 a1IC law, which makes the marshals 1 Hhd. do. Jamaica Rum, ,

1e; rjCntif4l ha M.itifii'ltliis: convention! this gICOflV s"''.i.:: ."''n of ow \\i\ >> r:, I c.o;!" nr\Jvid.l
:1iJ.1] .hat: this sum \vill atisfv tie whole} : your ie..r:: ilv.-- .II'"_, th" spii'Jvreiovil ; 1 :..'-->t.;irvr'j '.vith the ri:,.:1'0-:0!.. C"' :1'J. I of the courts, and gives them all S do. New Orleans Rum, I

r,7v 1:1t cf'L1 ;.- ri'! Tiis, rnd l leave a I rt" i 1 he.s: -'...f".J\" .' "' 'r, Dl" t..r v. .Mrii.I ; Th'4 rea-or. : ', ';' -r, I die duties of said officers,whether aris- 15 3 do. Old Whiskey, I

::::1l.1i l balance: *:>\v--'s: the ntevrcf.h l Torriiory.: Ii thf\" Mdisia :sfu- i.I- .'t,.- r.- .I''J(':' t'sf law, *liv -, '";'; !. .'' .n<{ undet the laws of the United Siatpsr V de.du. Teach Cider and Brandy Wlue, Vinegar. 4

.*. hnnjit to be a vory advanu.grWe j I,[i with; their rivc'< .:t :.,itn! ':>.\n 'I'? ap-. \ ld n'\i U' little or no ::,h"Il1' iL"; I ., of the Territory. Your memori- 2 Casks MadfiraVint/ ,

i'.;. ', ]'....1-..,..:...11'.1 I j>erirs ; if they }h-v. (' r... r-. r-iiiiplyi.. ". :V-.n til* : ;.:)" ( |) .'; : ;' ; ;'Jihe ;ll- -i'sts: think it.: t matter of much iniiif- 2 do, Colmanar do. I

-- wili: the s'.'rUt ttiln31(' tie.uc- ty.j" : .ton:: of C-;.;i'jros.wtr.il-' I'D tiefeatF. --.'nj.-icc to Congress. who: her the bu- I d. Old Port do. ,

r'vc tlif ;Io! Iwjn; : c\tr.Tt of !? KI: min'fest; : ; if they! hive beei! ",. '. .\r ir i; i ;! tu! : section of cotiitrv i :.,;<-: of our courts, arising! under the 2 do. do.Malaga.do. in Bottlu, .;. 4

:i 11 tt: r fro'ii 's.'- Dfltvate l to tie F'itcv ('- |IT"I I.' >' oftl'.emosi jlarinr i" .
iuvaf ,U* *U.1j'rt' m:1: : ."r :sjin I I I ".
. .' ..nj *. tins .section; of the ;I I forfeited their chm 1 ;c 1 It.; '.nniiy: an1rtre b'.h.! o inrlude. ;hc donation. ;and! tnaf ute! : tb.s; view of the subject 11 10 Bbls.boxes Cumstock Cider,

: :1111n'- j I:I ; the: lit; subjects I : of 0.... 'nYv.Ve I Your memorialists th'iik it their du- Coup-ess; would gratify the people 10 do. Newark Troy ale, do. ';.

Kr.rl 1 -(',! i<. ?' nv-.p < i'e 4 "f'ln1f.l"- I:'I rast (.:.: r.estly::; rcjcomnien'i!, IM.U they! !!jty iurlher lo state, th-it in the present (whose .v.nocent: prejudices in a London porter,

1.L%iet1 1\:1: <' fi \V"-hinsTcn: to New !j i be ibnlr.vMi! 'lllt ii to their boundary; : i :sithLtffl: ; of the I Territory, a requVition free government, should ever be regarded 6 Hhds. first quality N. 0. Surar. ..

Orleans--exliiV-i"= 'Vr tt"oin-j;5anCf' !'! and commissioner.appointed to I of two b'in.'i-ed stands of rifles: ) bv giving them this prerogntjv. : : 10 do.Bbls. do. do.
Molasses
c.f ihviC i"'nr 4" It is :1 it'TdliSu t ) I hold a itt'"' trey with them, :5tipulatip.gtiu'irimmediate : | and the 1
._ } *r-l" :- '' to B1:1y l: Aia- : removal from the j be ;at ih disposal .M"ho Eyprutive, ) v.s adopted, in direct opposition: to 1500 do. do, Lump do.

i .in" "..:t: ...?.H'. .. m.-- roa.lVC i I"t,.I"I. I Territorv, to the Indm country* t for the use of tin; '\;, ",[oryvul J be iiH'avowod will of the great mass of 50 boxes Soap in Large and Small! Ear;
;ta, \) ,' I 8 do.
do.
r,,..,,L.,-.J"(" t'1'' :''.. IOit.. \ lf 11 ff111.t1 p II west of the Mississippi: ; !, and that th.cornmsi'flerS ." j of'nfi: : inii. CTt-jnrc, TF'\is 10'Comii'fMideJ people. 10 do. Sperm Shaving Candles, ;
road. be vested \vi.h: f:llj Your memorialists for the informa- t
: f.ira .
reit do. Mold
ea1' ;i!*..'i>: ::: to *!hti natrjiiu.!: viriefy p 't". 1r 1- 10 do.
.\.. !5onn as Core>,$ i jl;:.niiucs Oil j I power to carry the same into t\t'C- &' iis. liE' ;JM\'cp! : :'! I) W'H 1" ci t'i tie tion of Congress, recommend the :10 do. No. Chocolate, .
erection ofa light house at 8 Packages containing 96 canisters
tHin ft "p..l of some
ilio lojati'.m '. 1-ciiJa wIll be nrulcjfor ire (! 'rrrini7/iuon the mil -
I fresh Imperial, Gun Powder
( a branvh} 'of it to St. iTiarksjroiic1 : It is not to be forgotten; that t1ie Sl' .litttj l ,&::1.:.!I ;oel I'evo oir ]poor tn1thi1I15 I: i! i- point at or between St. Marks and Young Hyson Tea, and .

: lI! T;!ll.h-...;iThe success of I,;: Indians have already;! cost the Uuite1I : (.OJ'! ;1! f expense of :arnvngilu : Appalachicola ; and also one at the 20 boxes fresh Muscatell and Malaga 1 t

111! ) UcniK.l itlcr-i I, St lIes! more than one hundred thotis1 jisch ;> .n t'losy'! cas.es; of in:. '_ JHY mouth of the St. Johns. The commercial Raisins,
con
sfslr.idly ;.T. : .
interest of the do. in
1 community require Keg,
.j.jr
I nil dollars and that iheir iC3rnt condition wiich (I:fl.1! occur.i .
'.: tie iinpon-'uco of ;!1t' mciiauri' ,11.. : ]jH i ) and have suffered 40 boxes Prunes,
seriously
:L ialon.ul: ; point oi' '. Vv, and the I :; rc-ju vc an another i appropriation ; y o'-r i .':inorul'.sts: would} call( ibc at- Almonds, Dried Current, Caperf
of these
for the want guides at these
'.TV >: local advantage-: : \,.<11 secure. 1 1Tliat I.!. or CMhe! _\ will be compelled to t.r' n I'j' (-..'.()nr""-<.'''' to another' sub- :i' and and Anchovies, I.
: [ place ; especially at the lat :10 Bbls
for subsist
} portion: of t>u.Gulf f om St.Aiuhcw's. rosori L'_' unlawful means '.ii.) .c.. B'tn\J a'-r of Con 'res'., approvM ter. 4 d.. dried Apples do., .f

to Suwannee WIll become : '"f! : : C4.Ii: 1SJ4-o'se! ( U.trtef sectjl :1 do. do. Peaches
,
enro.Y would] further We also recommend the
\very: interesting to the country In lilne uir mornoriulists! : : ; I l-.l: wa.1"l1 to the Terriro- strongly 20 Bbls. Potatoes, ,

war, on account of its exposed situn- recommiT.n ihat a re-('nicutbe ordc.e .- :-y, i-ra' scite on"whirh to locate a I establishment of a custom house atJacksonville Pickles ill bbls. andKegy,
the St. .J Oh11< t on the river St. Johns, Pickled Onions,
'
i
t'oitho value oi"s: interior setilementsV ] to Nome point on ;, :: jpcrni 'iioip seat government, to be .
,osslblc for tlie! i for these reasons, that it will be a 10 Baskets Olive Oil, :
tlie numerous i ivers & bays ;--louo its as early a period as I j{ sold, i-n.-l[ the proceeds to be appropi great English and American Mustard,
:shtjios. St. 31r fksbeinir about midway I protec.ion of our frontier S("':ienerL. '.:*, I i..tei'' toi the erection of public relief to ship masters, coming from a Ground Ginger, Alspice Cloves, j

between those points, nnd the I'which, are in that 1 region cuthely > I btiid-'i! !.:s. In conformity to this act, foreign port, who are now compell ed Cinnamon, Nutmegs. Cayenne ani I
rolected. do your I: me- I sold II to travel from forty to fifty miles to Black Pepper,
Especially located
claims our seat of Government will ;) tie qu .rtcr: section was j '
15 Cassia
their vessels tnd because it is Mats f
have Cl! the patronajre of the Governm mor'Hists urrc the adoption this and the funds appropriated; to the ererticu enter : :'000 Ibs. mould and Buck Shot assorted.. i

.'!jj, will he weighty} considerations; mc'istire, since it is by some rordciitv /. I oft: capitol, which is now in a a place of considerable entcrprize. I 500 do. Lead in small bars,

fjr: the measuie. But I live only :; lel'eved that the nation 1 is bent state ofprotrrCioion. Another reason why this point is 10 Kegs Nitre Hall Gun Powder,'
;I recommended in preference to 10 Bbls. No. 1 and 2, Mackerel,
t-iie; now to throw out a few hints at on war ; uhethrr true or not, your i By th- :,r.ie act, the Executive of!I II ifli any 1 do. Salmon,
| other is the healthy situation
partly
,
memorialist-will t.) leI I ,
the measure: but will hereafter be I not pretend (' Tor"cry! was authorised t .selee: ]! 6 Half Bbls. Fulton Market Beef
commodious
jfhe and its
more' full and explicit on the subjwt. tCIiu fle ; but nevertheless unl.! !sjtnti:1 I thic cxthc quarter sertioi s, to be roervcd I I ; place, 5 Bbls: Mess do.
disrunro from the mouth of the river,
10 Bbls. Prime Northern
lv tri; .heir movements Pork
i.-
; say, pre from sale the general sieor
at
; I I arid nartlv because it is the centre of 20 Boxes Herring,
I l.i-.vo ,) srbDicious! aspr"The ,
--. !'r.e .-;::- G'1)3 -- iun.l) in East Florida.-These reSCIM.S n.iviiritif/n in East Florida. 500 bunches Onions,
!
C U'ICl: be leave to call
I ) were made.: '- 1000 lbs. Large Cheshire Chees,
MEMORIAL: i iTIJ yoir Htteni.on ti, anothe- s1. j-. :i, ini.n I On the subject of the Florida canal, I 1000 do, Small do-
!
I Your memorialists respfictfully re-
f1.S: ;n:;tf, nntl IIcui'. nf I'fprI'sPntaiz.c: i if -oly) mi-rioc( : ( with!! tlw rr-jiei--. your memorialists: deem: it scarcely I OOO do. Goshen Butter,
ifif I't. "' <' *>'{:t.s (', .America in ConTie ity .I'! r.ottljnumt of he <'ountry : I:tr.I'depC'i'V'Tit : 'i ju.'st, ihnt C;* tigress would, by spec.i'J necos-s-ry to touch ; but in passing, 1000 do. Lard,
Ci.'r. : I tliee t rerves to the 20 Bbls fresh Flour
( fl : ct, Lrran1: their ,
bin grati-
the will: cf cannot acknowledge
eritirely :DH) .
ninr.Oiiii of tho I he :atcd the 6 do. Rice,
Legshtet : Territory, t..J apprup'' as
"* it :is the of ? tribunal tude, for the attent'on already bestowed -
: >n
Congress, : erec 190 Sacks Liverpool Ground Salt,
'onii4-1; <.i Ir.rida: humbly repre. nt- Governor :"ind 'Lris-lative! Council
.. I f fV the adjustmsMit! of the 1 md : on that: important:: subject, by 20 do. do. Blown do.
"'.it, tint uride 1 ;- ;'.1. ;r .nr: '. they 1 : East Florida.: '11\ ; uu-i i iniciv: deem mo.>t conducive: to its pre- I the wisdom of Congress, and most 15 Has firp nCoflbeNcw Crop, '
yrtt
claims in I
ii.iv<' :i.-heH 1 1 HJ" .1'! ,::r:49rv: prosperiu.ly sur.i n ifl fuuro }benefit.: This; is ,it their: decision. Stone and Tin Wares, .
has attended! the fulfilment: ) anxiously w;
< Mtuid, : ere -'" !n pojju'-i-] lay which I. move *:..|)fcially reqUl.-ll d ;ii t\IS\ : time, under the liberal Letter Paper, writing and Wrapping:
the m of : And finally
the ,
of ,
do.
of tint! on p
tioij, anti r.1hIHv. thu U. States has been an incalculable I! patronage of the Oranges, Plantains, Coco Nuts, &c.
: urreji <*fv*-.l 1;, \v'j: wliiv'n i site I I could) tle I I'lIJt'r.l.I ;y of Centres be cx- think the of: &c. &c.January .
the prosperity
SZ C.1C we
rrllion :ncn,
impediment to el l!; ;
Jj by nuiurevj i v-i'nly eihJ-'V.ri!* | I tendod! wi.b :>s r.i.tny aiv''KMr.s! ofvbenecessity \ the antici'L.)1S 12th 1827-45-4t. .
of muc'.i! distress: uid disappomtment: :' : j ji I ')U- Territory will outstrip -
;
:
\ i I .
\ .. i.jtb '
hli, due t" t::ue fur ]>ast fivovs, uui -.<; fmy: ( advocates. -
...;mr.mt.nH1..1s.! If..m.; htl.r.j. that !i: to our citizens. Liuue 1rchia'shave I i advmti'6; e ,:s the! J P' vsv1i: iI j.'esoiib.: 1 ; ; of its warmest of the enemies Brick y Lime Wanted.
: :
condif.-mud on The 'presentations
terl
tlu- ( ;M'lieril i..tv-; !-r>cnt will ever ;:,, been ne otsis ;;.'i\ ec.nJ- <% i ; that it was barren I WILL purchase, or contract fir the ic
iftic! ruts bv > c (1u Territory,
,, (i ho) confirmat < : of,
cor. five; 1i1' L4 ...w!1a of Florid.i; inti-; : : *f I ion'I! :111'11'r .1': ucre 'n (the oi ."..iiucrv ; I have already been supply
i in the U1'l \vo.-thldss :;:
\ United States, which are now I = 300.000 BUICK, Synches long, 4 do.
in.U; c.iiort- j n'-tli the P'h: p. riIY. state uncertainty that they !, '..'Ycli ,'\ 'N u* tilt-' GUVf "nj;;, *>"v : rtfu (.d f, by the agricultural experi- !. wide, and 2.do, thick.

":'o.t: -! Si}* rep-lic; !have; JTim: pre .; same four This has kept I (in.i! Wl.1! t.t.! ".MI ..-'!1. .,1 i }lie Loii'sl! ; l.I l.- jments' of our industrious yeomen; i 36,900 BUSHELS common.shell lime.

>end tI1flStlVeS .;< pcii'u: ners before i the were capital years both j p"in l1H1t! of all :i r.jd) when the great variety and facili j 6,900 BUSHELS of Lime, made of I Ii

you, andsk 1 .i-ai rel.cf; only I the! land holder, idle ; and in numerous office r-, ( \"'I .lii'i oi" ;lie mil't'u, ;uiotiie'w : i i iues of our soil! and climate shall be 'i live Oyster shells. .

which Con !.ressa its: wisdom) may; I I instances has prevented the introduction so |;rovxc for by lnv.: The! properly! developed, all those erroneous 100,000 LATHES, 4 feet long for pita \ ,

dtun expedient: tf) crant. I ,Territory of slaves, peoi}) a.'S're I -.!. j: ursvlege of electing opinion will be corrected. And term '

\ our: memorial's; represent as then t to has the resources all titer :';u'y; i .,?n :vs, except the y.)iir memorialists anticipate the time Th'e,above articles.are to be of the best t

)st serious ,rrCy.UlcC: afflicts I and consequently, kept judgt'3 ',f 1 I'.H'; infunov courts : and as not distant: : when Florida will : quality, and delivered at the Navy Yard,. ,1
,
very
unemployed. ;
the
of country above high water mark, as required by.
-'urTeimory[ the P"csc11t location of this is asu'M'M"! 'f hlc or no importance that character she so eminently I
I It is further represented for the information I assume the mechanics, and most convenient:: to I
rIle In\im\ : tribes withn: our boundary, | of Congress, that it is believed to he i)!.!jhc ai 1'irge, your memorbbs's deserves. the spot \here they are to be used. i

hut aboe all, that they have been the unsdjudicated land in c.j 1Ive; no improprietycan They will also be subject to the usual, 'f

permitted to roam through the country be supposed iii the change. Congress inspection otthe Yard upon delivery. The\
the memorial to -
East Florida would support a population Against
plunder-in1. those whom their ava- Brick must. be delivered between, the 13th if
of thousand individuals, Your mcmori.'ilists further representas adopted by the .Legislative
.- j twenty I of April next and last of May. ,
c iiiilii and murdering .
> .ser/.e on that officers IISaml.
and it is most confidently asserted that a great impropriety, Council at its last meeting Peter -

'nose, whom their revenge might select the delay in settling these claims, appointed by the United States", to Mitchell, a inemter of the same R. OvertoB,

j i it has kept out of the Territory more fill offices within: this Territory, for doth hereby enter his protest, and Navy Agent ,
The tract of country assigned to thousand that before example, the Dstrict: Attorney and -that the said
emigrants
than ten protesting says ;
:Pin, by the treaty of 1 823, has always I this would have been settlers in it, Marshal of Middle Florida, who have memorial as far as it relates to I Pensacola, 1st Ja n'y 1827-44 tf. ,
'The Editor of the Mobile Commercial

been of them as the OC: .
by received
complained the but from the fact, that they wero unable for the term of two years, Sessions of the Superior Cou.rtsand Registe/ will p4e&ie insert the above
and :
incompetent to their support, : to obtain safe titles to lands, they emoluments of the same: and 'have duties of the Marshals, and in his

Additional grant subsequently made had selected to settle on, either from never resided a day within a huudred'miles the opinion of'the people thereon, papertf.bUN. .
them has been the occasion of much which their duties
of the district in .
the United States or private individuals is inconsistent. with facts, uhcour- '
dissatisfaction: among many of our citizens were to be performed. ;'WISH to' purchase.two yoke of first
without being judged importunatejf :. tuous rn; its diction, and is not calculated .
; and probably not without cause. I: further rate Oxen. to' be delivered at the-,
memorialists press on .- Your memorialists representas to cure the privilege*
i your pr Yard Pensacola. must
addition to this the present locations I Navy ; of They
in
this severed
of provisions
the consideration a grievance, ck.-8lh
In the of settlers, and I i Congress which it pofeajes to be young, large and healthy.
pathway our j
a period as practi- the organic law of tho Territory,
bits subject, at as early January 1821.
the Overtoil
already seriously impeded of Sam R.
1826 one ,
in ;
Congress
cabl passed by PETER MITCHELL.A .
settlement"of of Flori4lu (Signed) V
the fairest -
part Your memorialists beg leave to call which is the law 1)rcventingthe judges 1 JVcvy Aim
and will cloud all its .
,
now pros- the attention of Congress to another i of the superior courts from being required -I of Governor of old \, 1827.-44tf
pects. The land in this vicinity isexcellent I connnected with hold court but in one other 1 .a Pensacola, 1st January
to
and but for the obstruction I subject intimately I I districts.tliao'l time has lately been given in several -
the interests of Florida, and in differ- 1: place in their respective "The U1tutQ.
.
less 1 as a cariosity.
by this
not .
unfortunate, though the United States I the one assigned by the laws of the papers I ,
obnoxious tribes would be- ent relations to following is an extract from one and de'- '
beings, attention it is the establishment United States. This law seemS to i Printed_ with neatness
fore this, have borne on the current of, deserving their ; in mistaken delivered by the Governor of New- '
district at or have had its origin a tfiSOfBcctr
Ibo St. Johns all the rich and luiuriwjt -: of a judicial the tho interests of the Jersey in 1713?-and the reply. spatch at .
climate. Be near Key Vest A court with knowledge of true
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.t t; AN ORDINANCE White, Wrn.f Wilion, SamM. P.r W te1Ppe or. SUPERIOR of West Florida.COURT :By thePresideutof States. United

Watkins 'V. \ViUiams. Colvin
1 t4. Mrs.
. To the Market in Pentacola.SKC. fiN of Law I _.
{ i Regulate. A letter directed to "Mr. Thomas been under the necessity of November Term, 1826. pursuance JOlllt XDI ,

; t : 1st. Iff it ordcincd by the Board of Farrar, Ovenden Moore Side, HAVING: the publication of her Francisco Bonal: Executor of America ADAMS, President do oftheU.-.ted Sut ,
That o hereby
, : Aldermen efe City of Fewacola, II-ilifax also remains ," in 1822, now proposes the Estate of Domingo Salas ( n proclaim and made
England" Messenger .
ff In* Market 5iia.ll be hcH at the Market n ear Weekly of its tr known that a Public Sale will be heM
, j House and uowhe.e else in the Citnd. in this Oflicein consequenceof to issue :tt.e first number '['So 1' the Land Office at Tallahassee, in West at
been ascertained S'-nior
\it has
i ,t if any person sh&U sell] before tight the Postage not having been I continuation, as soon as will be Fernando Moreno Olivier. o.. Florida, on the third Monday in Jan 7
that sufficient patronage and Domingo j 3
22nd 1827, for the of *
o'clock in the morning between the paid the writer. of the the said disposal the Lands situ
t t. by afforded defray the expenses day came Complainant, *
ate in the District of
of 22nd of or Lands
.: before March nim-and o'clock the in the morning September during \\ Hasell Hunt, work. The title is already known to be THIS Benjamin D. Wright Esquire his sale at Tallahassee and in the offered for

.to) Mrs. A. S. COLTINs Solicitor, and it appearing to the Court, townahiii
Muster. hereafter
the remainder of the vear Butchers Post designated, vii -

meat. Fish cr rtherrticks usually sold at .,. \Vk1'3 l. ssii1 that the said Olivier Fernando Moreno inhabitants Senior Fractional townships No 1 and 3 _
not
and are
market other of the City than Domingo north of Range No. 2,
I (i iu.any part which it met failedto west, g
The
and
reception
t at the marker House they shall pt.)' for (i ARRANGEMEN T. cheering from the o this Territory, they having Fractional township No.2, north of .;:
late ,
with, oft its publication and answer the complainant's
appear u .,
.
offence a fine of Two Dollars.Src. Range No.2, west,
I every That I Florida Mail many respectable Journals in the United bill herein agreeably to law. It Is there
OrdaiiieJ. ; j.9
Fractional
: 2d. Be it further townships No. 2 4nd
it has already 3
aid
State and the substantial! unless the said defendants .
the StalN In the new market house shall Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock. A. M. fore ordered that, north of Range No. 3, west
: beleaicd) underJhc superintendence ofthe Closes same; day at 2 o'clock' P. M. received, give the Editor reason to do appear here, on or before the Fractional townships No. 2 aad, :

fl May.-r in such manner, for such price, All other Mails hope that: she will not only meet further first day of the next term of this Court, tobe north of Hinge No. 4, 3 ;:
; from Editors but west, t
and of
protection courtesy the first Monday Maynext
holden
) and for !such length of time as may seem on Fractional township No. 2 ;
to him nwat consistent with the interest Due every Wednesday and Saturdayat with support from the public generally. and answer the complainant's: bill I north of ;

4 J of the City-Provided that no lease shall 7 o'clock P. M. It will con .air. four piges royal quarto herein, the same shall be taken as confessed Fractional Range No.5, west, .s

| be fora greater lenjrth of time than one Close every Thursday and Monday at and be delivered to subscribers every Saturday against them. 0 No.township 5 No3northof ..

nor sl.sdl more than two stalls bo 7 o'clock A. M.7. at the price of four dollars per annum And it is further ordered that the foregoing Range west, &
year I \\ Hasell Hunt payable quarterly in advance. in the feusacola Fractional townships! No 2 and 3
rented to one .- Ividllal.J' be published north of '
I No 6
I Its contents will be, as heretofore, week for the of I Range west, J
: SEC.3rd. Bc further Ordained That L Post .Master. Gazette, once space I Including the
it shall He tie) duty of every person, who Post-Office, Prrsacola, 7 chiefly literary ; but there will be such four months and once a month for two S I town of Quincy.Country adjacer.t to th*
fashions
of -
stall to it to be notices of other matters, of news, months thereafter.A .
nuv puicjase a cause 3rd Jallurit 182: ; 5 Also
I I washed every :before ten o'clock, swikij.t i of taste, of luarnagee, and of deaths,p true Copy from the Record. townships o,4 and 5. nortV:,
I it vehicle of general of Ranges 9, 10, 11 12, 13 and U
&c. tc render
.
as
I : clean and in order at ali times: ..wft AUtest, i ell'
Notice. interest and amusement.N. including the Chipola country, and .
whs- slli wash, Hasell Hunt.C'lk. pa*
It e'; ry person neglect to W. of the Holmes' Creek
distance settlement.
ni I kerp clean hsor her Stall and keepI four sJalls now finished in the H. Persons residing at a :
THE forward their subscriptions to the Sup. C't. W. F. Also, fractional sections No. 2, 3 r i
I sortie: in c order, hall for every Market Muse, will be rented t" may ,
go.o Pensacola 15th November 1826-38w4m 10, 11,14.: 15,17, 18, 21, 22 V
- f oflence pay & fine not exceeding threeif the highest bidder on :Monday the 22nd.iii Editor, post paid.Washington 23 27
13 1826. and m2m.PROSPECTUS; 29,30 and 31, in fractional townships
dollars rfvery Butc/.er; orfishcr.uan: or 1 t at 12 o'clock M. for srx mouths.NOt City, June I
. .I A J other vender i.s tfuresaid, having cor, more then two stalls wilVoe rent Subscriptions received at this office 2, north of Range 4, east ;, and fractional

f I ruptedmc .*. oTfiah,poultry, or wild fowl, ed to any one individuaL I : sections fractional Fo. 23, 24, 25, 20,35 and 36, .ua

in t iU), !her, <;0' 'Jieirttt≪ ), shall forfeit and L John Jerri son, NOTIC I E, I i east, all township of which fractional No. 3, north of Ranga

I pay tor every sich cffence, a sam not cx1 or THE sections are
.llArfi.Jt Slay ort1 I IT. ETTEIJS administration on the estate bounded by the Lake Mickasukie.
CCcdi..gfved< i
SIX. 4th Be it furTher Ordained, That cnsscola !th Jaa 1827.Fruit 'uiJ of THOMAS B. HELL, !Lite of theCltlnt lacon rl'e1eg-ra, The ale. to commence with the lowes

of Escambia deceased, having number of section, township
} and
'1" every perr. gu Uy of engrossing, b't.ull Hane
; forfeit k pay ft.ctch ofience the sum of t hee;> granted! to the Subscriber, by the d Jf'"EEKL1PAPER I and to proceed in the order designated n

I fI' dotlh c.engrossing shall deemed to Trees, Grpes: c. JJou.'hc County Court of said County ja Printed at Macaw Ga. this Proclamation.
i !. peruns hc"ingdemands against said The lands reserved by law for
Cv.: sist in bu> mg 115 a greater quantity of the uae
1 Yc e"'. .bt! ,, I'o wiser other marketable ar.tici'es : QTpHE' SUbscr; ei;thte gift requested to jrresent the sameimmed.auiy iiini ; local Advantages the town of schools! or for other purposes,and the

(.4( tnanthe persons puichasing can reasonably i riw: <.1 be:', proplic.toroftheLinnaii. aiJ those indebted are desired S__-'. Ms.cn, as an emporium for Litera- fractional sections bounded by the Gecr.i .

l'' want tor L1. ) Provided that the to make pay men i to j, ture AS well us ommerce-sitllatet! as i it i gia line, will be excluded from sale.

said offence shall not be decmed to have. \V w. A Bell, [ is, almost in the very centre of the State ; I Given under ir.y hnnd at the City of

1 4 j been cumitted where the public have had BotanIc Garden and Nurseries, at Flushing I Administrator. | at the head of Navigation on a beautiful I I Washington! this 20th day of May, A. D.
M near New-York, offers -farivsh thpUUhC e river in the heart of fertile and 1S26.
reasonable opportunity to be prc\iously ; a new,
; with auch Treesand Plants Pensacok, 20th Nov. 18:20.: -38-8t.Notice *
t as theytn.v
$
|* supplied.SrcMh.. I I healthy country.-were among the inducements L- John Q. Adams.
le ire. Tne collection of I ruitTrees -
: .0.B:it further Ordained, That < > ; that led to the proposed undertaking1. I-
the
President
: of all the various kinds, and also of By ,
!nwho snail cat, mj.ire.or tlel" -
: }; every pcrs
Ornamental: Trees: Shrubs'srnd Plants is George Graham
;' fi face the Ptlars of the Market Ho'.ise ort The rapid strides this infant settlementhas ,
f.r the and
valuable
t I.. any \Uu-t tnereof !&!uii pay a fine of two 'by most extensive t\ LL persons having: demands against: made, in the short space of four Commissioner of the
iJlMe: ulltiuler be slave in defauit in America. s=' the of GOVMAIU.V 17-30t. Gencrcll1and
I ji* loLr! a t estates JOSLPH years ; the importance in a commercial I I Offc .
In atid lion to the :immense
| fl wt t P.IfJC'.t lie, or ill" shall be whipped acquisitions Fn&NcIcG: KAKutzand MAnIA I>..UMAI point of view, it has already: acquired TO LET
former
he has above
ten ;iaJltfi. years now late of this deceased the ,
I I cio County are attention the interest, it c\cry where
I- ). Sic. 6th. Bt it fll.rtheOrt.i J."t>'d> That 5c'L') lCVlvuieieB: Ofho ; : hereby requested to present the same immediately I- excites; the tide of business, of capital c sitalett 4\.nRICK YARD well fitted, theen.

it shall! be the dutv: ci the (,-ty Constables; to the subscriber ; and all persons so rapidly flowing there t joymrnt of which may be had
tJready
fr ( most choice Fruits I. ;
I* dail} ti inspfct t.e: Nuirket Jjousc, before 'indebted to saiu estates, will please dirert the public mind to the high destiny iiU! I tiatl'ir. It is situated on the bay
teLl o'clock in the and tsee which: in of 'make five miles from Pensacjla, at tire
morning are not posstsnon any other pa.1ment.1tJ.H ut delay, to which awaits it. plantation -

| that tins Urdii..i.ce i i9 complied uuh' and establishment in this country, all of which JM.: Crupper, Though there is already one neatly: anciently! called
-t to; \Molat.on Uurcoi to the announced in thr of 12 : La Punta Gabaron.
it-pert tvery are Catalogues 6. Clerk & ex-ojiuo /fth7a'i S. printed paper in !Macon, yet the peculiar
I Mflvor. The assortment UHAPES coiuJs: of situation of the the For furl hor deta'fN!
5 Pensacok 29th Nov. ,-J9-bt.W trrws- incrraiing bu- and the conditions! of
tv !'sedtbJn i'Liij.iJ. above IlIles: ; ofthe l place-the inteliig'tnc, the I the It.i-.c, apply to the owner, OP. the bpot

f. : 'right' 350comprising JtlNDS: public iplflt: of hc c mllllmity-I.e!: iF i. I (,r at hisuMiil res>i-Ieuce in Pensacola'he

resident o/ U. .,?. the finest \\ Inc and TeUe creasing" popuhition, wealth iuid IlllpUl'- uein daily J ut both places. .

Approved 811: .Ial,. 1827. Crapes of France, Germany, Italy and lance o. this section of the State,-call Carlos LavalloPens.aroh.
.
the Crimea. J loudly l for the assistance
: nf unotncr: Press;;
Juhu Jcrrisou.
> whids shall 2ctliSepteatr_ 182o-SOtfPRV
The not
,, Proprietor: having acquired extcngl only disseminate useful I I -
'.. 45: t. ..MayorIt v i formation jon tile subject fromaciuu FOR information, but advocatejr_ evjATU;: : SA- cni- -;-.--i -
-
f .-- cbecrva'ion awl experience, is ena- UICHT.'i OF TUE I'LOrU; C1
: \ist ofj: lter8, bli-d: to I'j lkc :>uch selections! a:, may be With regard; to the Political course intended C\11nting lAbr rH '

't ffi KMAiNlNli in the PustUince at. Pen- ,Hitable! HI any !p a'thlar, lor-tlity, ad! 1827i to be pursued by the Editor, he i: Subscriber intending to wuU:

b shcola, on the olst *: *y of lucis.. i.ich :''.U'Cticir.j: ar; M\ to him, he will presumes few remarks will suffice :- 'I J.. important additions to his Libraryrequests

ber 1826, which if not tAui. out within <-M'' :Hah as can' ot fail to ::-uccccd.H. He pledges himself to no faction or cabal. I, all person: who have! books out

'\ three months: will! be suit to UHf ikuerai: : .. fi's'i cflcrs them in assortment of Warmly devoted to the! cause of the peo. .I to retur.i them on or before the 1st day

r JPost Ofiitc, as Ue-id'Leticra. II. one dozen: rich attlie following! prices. : : i received and for Sale pie, (his constant endeavor will be.to pro. December! ; from which time to the

A -Jonu Adair HI Til..m*? Anetl -- J fir ;.h-/ 1st I""io..tmcnt, g3: the 2d g6an AT TIlE mote Reir interests-hisliighejt: ambition 1st day (January, the Library will fa<.

(' 'w- tfu3d! S-. M.Pcrci to merit their con1 dence.-Though I he closed, for the purpose: of ronumbcrinsr
Johtx Arvvy Ruu-rt W. Alden Tensacola ISoiikstoie.W. and
s xv ho older Grapes will be fur- does not deny a preference' to the .principles -I arranging; the Books.
.
fS II. A AdaiiiJ3. !nishe i with iccticn i for theirculture.coliccton Haseli lIl1ntPemacoJa2 of ivne' of the contending parties that I Many Books have been lost by the
;. .-H. M Ikackenridgc 2 Tie of ai'itatc1.is carelessness: o' individuals
ROSES excl'eec1.'JJ nd November, 1826.r.toPOS.1LS State-yet such measures, who on their
r Tvlon. Bailongue F. Bt-nrJ I, :M V EtP.X ':fIES : and such rr.en, ONLV as to him may tem departure from Peiwacola: have negl-ct-

:Bolts jr., Tho. llrJ.".: ;."'Y' C. Banks' and o* VRCK: .,\ HOUSE PLJJfTS, he best caeultcd! to promote the public ed to return them ; and it is earnestly re.qUl'ted .

11. L. Bruwniiig, \\ H.. BuikiJas. : h.i a1oL' I I I I good, will receive his support, without that those who have them in
\ 241'1'Jt1) FOR PUBLISHING Dr SUBSCKIPTO.V respect to the party which: claim3 them. pooscsaion will send them to the subscri!
0 J. Blair. Jan es'' Br iiis:f r, V. SI'DCIES, j j The
t\ I I Editor: sees vith pain, the dilemma
: ..
9epri. j
:2u,00' Pots amouvhich, ber.'V.
;
J. Belt, Thomas Barren G. M.Brooke. } are I II. I! in
which
is
Georgia Hasell
A MIL1.1TAHY in .
all those: kuov.n as most LC3.wifu1d! in- : SCJEnriC AJ\D 1. placed, regard Hunt.

tere.stingJ -. I. JJTKIU/t YC 'JI\.\j I, to her relations with vhc General (..0ern- Pensacola. November: 7th 1826,
C -B. Chapple 4 E. Clark AT 'YE T.POIST N / meiit, and the aweru '! crisis to which --
2, u.: Catalogues may he had tpKlis of' W.YUllK. L'iTJTL: ::] is the ..Administrator's -
Elizabeth Chauv.n 2, o. II. C r.pentt" the iliiierei:: Aborts; tJirougliout the Union 'I I I THEWestPoint' hadtening. "/'itl :>ut StOni'L; *r* to en."" Sale.
i and! orders! quire, whether in tr.e origin of this dispute 1 Y permission of the lIon.
; through of -
O.
County
Cross H. : them
Cuis, D. any Sentinel.LL &)>
,
'or mail she had justice! on her iiile; Court for the of
by (!lUS!P,. d) will meet he County Escambia.l
Calhoun, Madame Cruzat, James atteU ton. prompt I A classes and professions consider it pledges himself to use his unwearied exertions will expose for bale! for cash to the highest .

r B. Cniids, Cynthia Cotton, Alex: IVilham necessary; to establish! oat least, to to preserve tiiu rrghts: and dignity I. !: bi'lder, at 12 o'clock M. on Saturday
Prince
t. ; andro Co -uru!, D'-'phi' Carter, take under their immediate patronage; of the Stale, and to avert the evils that 10th February 1827 in front of the Court
Thomas C. Yt. of the I.innxau Society of i'aris; some journal or periodical paper. They threaten to overwhelm her: In House i i.i the! City of Pensacola
L Commings Jlezekiah support- as the
of the iiorticultu.al l society of Lon oJ1. make iftue: organ of their comrnunicat i ing the rights Georgia, he shall not feel I )properly of J. M. FLI.V dece.1s-J,

Claggett. and pf the Imperial Soc'.f: ty of the Gcorioiiii ions to the: public: ; through it they exj himself bound to assail, with unmerited a- i )

D.-E. Drummond, B. Duloi at Fiorencf, &r. \c. j press theirwibhcsand feelings-announce huse, the Government of the United bCi1 Jl JD a

I I. (;. Duds. J G. Dke, T. Dii'Sard Orders received by 'V Hasell Hunt ; useful discoveries and improvements, ando States ; or ascribe to othei.i, the evils in baid (J.ly; and if the said: lot shall not
I
.
: "., ) brCflt for the establishment. :o page they resort from severer studies which may have arisen from bring a suificient
JdS. F'. DiupTi; I,. Dade I cur own sum of money to
irn.1 plY'the
; 4. _. I
their
to minds
U E.-.\ 15. E John ] -' --re.tx- : with its selec- prudence. \\ltcrever.1 in his ..:.'. .. demands which mav have: hi'iPn_ r.p,1u ...!.....
a'cr. ,: ---- --
o ;
-i t
Eag- : j tions ot wn, fancy, 01' novelty. The Advocate censure be deserved against the
U)11ln may it shall : Estate of the
said
bt
H3ioltC aot; deceased
'cv. R English, A. E rVlD. ; s Sale. the Doctor of medicine, the Merchant .....ithhc .-As a ( uo1tuiAr: in feelings --.hall proceed im.i diately! at the ; ,
:5 same:
:. ; p -\\ IV Foster, R. F.ll, M. TNT virtue of.-; decree of the Superior] Agriculturist, art all accommodated and interest, he will contend, strenuotH- time and place, to sell Lot X". 171 said;

; ;.. ft'fi. Fell ws.C. G. Fuaier, Jaj Forsyfh 5 COtl1'for the District of West Florida with their peculiar professional mis- ly for every iota nf her rights As a de City.

). f 2. !stti}. :\1 P':nacola, and made at the hstO.I.JJcr cellanilsthe votarist of fashion,the man scendant of te! Martyrs of the Revolu M.
\ Term in the of scj nce.tlu'ologians & the Masonic Fraternity tion, every attempt Crupper,
,
weaken
1 case of the
1 I GVm.. G-ahvr John Gov
1
4, G. V- all
and all Clerk index
C' altl Malhias support enjoy the ernment of his ( ficio. Idmr.
::i ; rigainst; ttov }: Country, or sever the
U- .
t J 4 Gar.Jams M I Greene, VV n. I Don) Antonio Molina in Chanct'l'ythe.n. of I I benefit, of Journals expressly devoted to nionof these States, will inert with his Pe'1sacota.-20th Nm' 1825->.'>-td ..,
-
Gfeffl. Mud *." L/I Guiri un.ell their interests, and consulting their utter abhorrence iiit -
appointed t hvvivtuf OR
: LEASE.SUIJSCIHIJEIJ
, tastes. oppo .
4;t i I H -S. J' I4.t.'i) I-.H. UL [.o. o f said: decree, V, ill &tat\\ file I The sition.TLKM5.! .e :rll":
army, alone, has hitherto ], otter his MILL
been
Court HOUK-; the Cit: / of f destitute .-Three
bard 2. P.. H---JV. Jairf. Pensaco/a to- Dollars
if U.c. if
uftlf3! powerful enginethis paiin per annum **;+ property in the vicinity of Pensaco-
advance :
.1 I land, I -c 1 U 'isv S. B. Ii 141 tJ I)I (" CATKIN II AND.Jon fiji_ auxiliary anti pleaM.n> cotnuHiiion use end of the or Four.Distant Dollars at the la for SALK or LEASE with an extensile

::1 11. S. Ha k.r.H 2_ ehevmg that the establishment lcar. subscribers Vloutvact
' the firt day; of February next, between of a must in all cases pay in advance. TOY liuiubei-

.r J J l.Ioard::: JVnes, Thomas he hcurs of 10 2.nc2 o'clock of ,paper once claims to supply this deficiency might ad. A .*'/ Itiscmeuts inserted at the usual with the Navy .\gent.' The

Johnson, S'.t'I""n J ..usen. that day, all tb> ripnt, title interest and to the generosity and pro- rates. of 1600 ofland property consists -
;3 tectiun of the I arpuns well supplied
t % K .-Con'i\tritin, K abler 2, R. claim of the DefeinLmt, to a certain tract country, the editor military has gentlemen in our M. Bar tiet.TA with pr.me; timber and two Mill Seats.

. | Keniiedy E: of land, situated between the Hay of Vt, ...*...m?._..... A_. __ L ventured. _in_ tins I One prime Mill having two in
Kenmclj. saws
one-
Uosa and 116 u)pn'LUt:: 10 maKe for .
the Hay of St. Maria de Galvcz proposals, the r..tlon tne '
' { L.-W. L-i 2 W. publication of a Landing now in use for con-
;: K. Lat adjoining land of Joseph lionifavcontain- weekly paper, to be veyin Lumber
o ; calleu the cttersfoiForeigtiPorts to the Navy Yard! or an-
"WEST-POINT .
timers. N. L.nihi I2 W. A ii.g; about SENTNEL" !
market in
'. G? the information of those the bay of Mexico, d.ics noT
', Laccy, Jonu Lngratc, Seriacu Lop One Thousand Arpcns Should sufficient F letters* in this Oliice directed who put exceed one fourth of a mile from tie!
' encouragement be to foreign
/.. held 1 1 out to him, all his own ports the following extract from mill!', any person wishing! to engage in business
I or so much thereof industry and the
J
I r.. .Philip Minis 3, John Mathc- :;decree, with interest, and as will costs.William pay. the debt, :r ability, assisted by the kindness of several : tractions of the Postmaster General 11.is I on the of subscriber.that kind would do well to call:

oh i'a. Jam(. Malone, S..puia Me |! gentlemen of literary character, will published. Letters have frequently been

L, Comb Archibald McCallum, Al- JSehree.Commissioner.. be brought into the field.to display a banner put in this office, which not having the T. English.The .

Ici roreIrene M. worthy to be the raHying point, the postage on them paid wll never reach Mobile Commercial Advertise:

MorrisonG.. 2nd. December 1826-11--...fit. pride & oruament' of the American-- -armv-... .. II the place of their destination. will give this four insertions, two in trie
Iorris Marrast.
Politics, so far as they are of a personal" ?*?'"'*:-*lfny letters are placed in City paper and two in th Country paper. ; .

, N.-Rjibert Newberry.P. C01ve'S'jiug.milE and partisan character, will be studiously a Post-Oiace to be sent to a !seu.port by .

, r .-I*. Palmes 2, Francis Phillis, subscriber respectfully informs avoided. Abstracts of current events will post and thence by ship to some: foreign -
tit \V. 4. his frknd that he he given regularly *r.d fully place the postage: of such ; Administrator's Notice.N .
: M. Po r :r V. Polk, 'V In. will still continue ; military lette, for such
,f'f't. :, Major Pieite &. Pim to draw Deeds, Mortgages, Bills of Sales, (tactics and discoveries in the depart. distance as it isto be conveyed by post, I I pursuance of the provisions of the
,
Powers ments of science must be i
of will
Attorney and other instruments be seduousiy col. paid at the place of reception, thirty-seventh section of an act of tha
: Proctor. of writinJ;', in the most approved forms lected and announced in our columns ; otherwise it is not to be forwarded" Legislative Council of the Territory of

': R-.Robert Ritchie 3, Doct. Ru- Zi'nfTVefmS ; and solIcits a continu-, tlu-se with a general miscellany of poe- W. Haseli flu I1t Florida; Hespeciing; the Pr bute of Wills

.i pelgee) \\m. \\' Uobertsoa, Thomas try original and select, biography, and Post ,. and the granting of Letters of Administration

'v. amusing anecdotes, will, we trust! -aser*. and i the duties of Execaturs Ad-
ti Ruiz, U m. D. Roberts, EliahaRyanu Haseli Hunt. an entertainment afFord P05t Office, Pensacola, 20th Nov 1826. ,

ft. Jacob Robinson. Pensicola 7th Dec. 1826.Notice. ........ "" ..'-._. ..L__..:L _deserving__ the. patronbuuscnoers nfmistraturs and Guardian: Approved. -
"b'" .u. ana serviceable to tIIJune1UJ,
S.-J. R. Smith, J. 3. Shaw, T. the best interests-of our country. Ntic Notice is hereby Givento

:I Stanley, Jose Gomeb Sautuvinia, Tile above Journal will oe issued week '

::1.' \Vm. St. Clair 2, F. Stone, D. ; ly.and comprise eight pages, octavo, Jonathan Dearman ) distribution:all creditors of and the persons Estate entitled of JOhN to
I ALL Persons who are indebted I closely printed on new urgeois r*. ,. In Attachment.
Jt Smith, A. E. Shepherd, J. Sa- the Clerk of the for to and delivered to subscribers at two type. Kfibrd Jones.TON ) MILLEU, late of the County of C.cain-

i the County of Escatnbia requited lars dol this bia, in tile Territory of Florida, deceasedthat
arc to per annum, payable in advance case Writ Attachment
ville.T. or has
Jeremiah make payment to Mr W. two dollars and -, been issued their claims and demands will be
.
: Taylor, John W Hasell Hunt fifty cents if not paid before and levied on certain cat
barred
i; Turk, Luke Townley H. :... Til- who is duly authorised to receive all feei the expiration of six months. tle of the said defendant, and a suit insti. from the at the expiration of two jesrs
up to this date, and CCFAJltommunications tuted in the 2-ith day of January 1826:! unless
man. receipt for the same. (post: paid) relative Superior Court for the \Ves. exhibited within
to the above tern District of that time to thc
11. publication Florida.
Crupper may be di-
U. JohnB. Adminiktialor.
Upton. rected to DEUICK VAN

\V.-\V m. WUliamsoa 3 Isaac CfcT. Newburgh. Orange VfiUllTEK, Adam Gordon. ,,\7. Uasell Hunt
PCW GQ1 27th Nov. 1826 I county New York.lOct9 .- ,
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