Florida intelligencer
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 Material Information
Title: Florida intelligencer
Physical Description: v. : ; 48 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Ambrose Crane
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: April 25, 1826
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Feb. 19, 1825 issue.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1827.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended: Feb. 19-Aug. 20, 1825. Cf. McMurtrie, D. The Beginnings of print. in Fla., 1950.
General Note: Started by publishers of Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser as "branch office." Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of printing in Fla.
General Note: Publisher: A.S. Thurston, <July 22-Dec. 8, 1826>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 17 (Feb. 24, 1826).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060557
oclc - 08804854
notis - AKP8643
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System ID: UF00079920:00007
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Succeeded by: Florida advocate (Tallahassee, Fla.)

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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY: BY {I ery ; i For the contingent Dine-** I Jjtioas < ? ? I
: ] expense :to. ke library, paving: barracks
AMBROSE CRANE, i of oae for ty live thousand.dollars.SEC. 1 paradf,coodmit for supplyiag water, _

the Uni- 2. Aud be it, further enacted ndfQtneYlqu _
Authorised to print the Laws of the .1. as recommen- .-_
UNITED STATES, and of the Terri ters ry eighteen That;the several sums, hereby ded rby. the board of visitors ,for the
tory of Florida. for.; 'T and for appropriated shall be paid ut,of any Military:'Acadeo3j at West Point,
Price Five Dollars annum'- : money in. the Treasury not other I nineteen thousand one hundred andeigbtyse'ven
per payable and wise appropriated :' Provided, how i dollars and
in advance. Yards i seventy. five _
Advertisements inserted on the sistanc I s of the : ever, That no money appropriatedby cents.. ?
customary terms. in in Con- this act shall be paid to"tny person For Contingencies of the Ar-

Navy he follow for his compensation, who is in my, ten thousand llars.

other ] are here arrears to the United States; until For.tlie National Armouries. three

other j 1 for fortifi- such person shall have' accounted hundred> .* and .sixty ,thousand. dol- J
steam ly, as fol. for and paid.into the Treasury all I ars. ; l

and sums 'forwhichhe. may! : be 'liable : For the current 'expenses: -' of .the .
< nd4in' Brenton's Provi e d;,also," That hi'rtbwg'intl1i "'DCe.Sem e,:Aixty-fivc' .hei'

Expense ; dol-. section contained shall be coiitrue sad ollarsorArsenAh" v ,."',;, ....
on the j to extend to balances arising solely .. ;lw nty.s ven thou.

BY AUTHORITY.. articles New Ut. from the depresiation of Treasury and seven hundred dollars.

Laws of the United States, passed at Other thousand notes, received by such person to be F.r arrearages prior.to tnT 1st of
expended in the public service but July one thousand ,
the first session of tILt nineteenth Con- two ; eight hundredand
dollars. \ Old Point in all cases where the pay or salary fifteen, fifteen thousand dol!
[ 11.] For -- .fiftn...."'".. of any person withheld in pursuance lars.
AN ACT making appropriations for jects of this act, it shall be the duty For arrearages from the first

the support of the Navy of the t the Rip of the accounting officer, if demanded o July, one thousand eight hundred

United States for the year one six, and dol by the party, his agent or attorney and 'fifteen j to the first of January,

thousand eight hundred and ,I ted, five I to report forthwith to the agent one thousand eight hundred and seventeen .
twenty-six. For : Point, of the Treasury Department three thousand dollars.
Be it enacted by the Senate and the i dol the balance due, and it shall be, the 'Fr building an Arcecal at Ver-

House of Representatives, of the linked ers, m : l duty of the said agent within sixty g Cnis, Vermont, fifteen thousand '
States of America in Congress sher North- days thereafter, to order suit i to be dollars.Fc -

assembled, That for defraying the one dollars. commenced against such delinquentand 'completing the repair of Plymouth -
expenses of the Navy for the year sand his sureties. Beach
Point, thii teen thousand one
one thousand eight hundred and dollars JOHN W. h
hundredand eighty-four dollars and
twenty six, the following sums be For Menteur, Speaker of the House of Rep reseti- ninety cents. "
and the same are hereby, respectively eight
tatives. Fur the continuation of the Cumberland -
appropriated.For sixty
the and subsistence of the For JOHN CALHOUN, road, one hundred and ten
()officers and pay pay of the seamenoth- sand Vice-Pvesident of the United States, thousand dollars \vh.cli shall be -re-

tr than those at Navy Yards, shore and President of the Senate. 't placed out of the fund reserved, for
stations, and in ordinary, nine hun for nineteen APPROVED-March 25. 1826. l lay hi?out, and making roads under

dred and eight thousand five hun- and JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. the direction of Congress, by the

dred and ninety five dollars aud fifty of "; several acts passed for the admissionof

cents. her, TPOBLIC- 'No. i6.'| tie States of,Ohio, Indiana, lllinoiSj -
For the pay, subsistence, and allowances age, Constitu- AN AC making appropriation for ;and Missouri, into the'Un

> officers' aud pay of sea- diem two Military service of the United : i ion,on equal footing with the original
men and others at Navy Yards, martial, States, for the year one thousand Stafes.

shore stations, hospitals, and in ordinary p and the eight hundred and twenty-six. For repairs made on the Cumberland "-
one"hundred and forty one ibuse Point in Be it enacted by the Senate and l road during the, year one thousand -
thousand six hundred and thirteen where thousand House of Representatives of the United eight hundred and twenty-five

dollars and twenty five cents. ed, l I States of America in Congress seven ,hundred and forty-nine dollars. -
For the pay of naval Constructors, la Jer' : "
enacted, assembled, That the following sums l .
Superintendents, and all the civil burying be paid be, and the same-are hereby respectively For completing the works for '.- -
establishment! at the several the
Navy o
) appropriated, for the Mil. deepening the channel of entrance
Yards and stations thou-
fifty two
postage itary i service of the United States into i the harbor
sand two hundred and forty dollars. diem'\ Presque : seven -
for the year one thousand eight hundred thousanddolIars.
For provisions, three hundred duty, }
and seventy seven thousand eight t ers, and twenty-six, to wit : For the defraying the expenses ;
hundred and seventy one dollars at the':. For pay of the Army, and subsistence i incidental to making examinations, }

seventy five cents. the men of officers, including the Military surveys, preparatory to, and in aid
For repairs of vessels in ordinary, axes, States i Academy, nine hundred and of, the formation of roads and canals,
and for wear and tear of vessels in ter's "i'T Senate. ninety-four thousand four hundred fifty thousand dollars. j

commission, three hundred and fifty whate and seven dollars and seventy-five For the armament of new Fortifications '

thousand dollars. bundled cents. one hundred, thousand dollars. t
For repairs and improvements of For For Subsistence, two hundredand t I

Navy Yards, one hundred and seventy current ] eighty-nine thousand one hundred SEC. 2. And be it further enacted t
'- thousand dollars, to wit : tioned,! 'Legisla dollars. That the several sums Hereby

Portsmouth, New Hampshire, ten For to For forage for officers, thirty- appropriated shall be paid out of a- .
thousand :
dollars ; Charlcstown, and of the five thousand five hundred and twenty uy money in the Treasury: ether- ,
forty thousand dollars marines from I
dollars. vise appropriated Provided however ,
; New York, thirty five thousand t : t .
For the Recruiting Service, in That ,
dollars ; Philadelphia, thirty nine do no. money appropriated
thousand dollars ; Washington, fifteen For bar and addition to an unexpended: ce on by this act shall be paid to any per- \

thousand dollars ; Uosport, For the Unit thirty-first of December; one son, for his compensation uho is in I
forty thousand dollars. Africa Congress thousand eight hundred and twenty- arrears to the United States., until

For a survey of the harbors of ? of, the five, of six thousand seven hundred such ,person shall! have, accounted- _
Savannah and Brunswick, in Georgia froni the and sixty-nine dollars, twelve .'thousand for.ana paid into the Treasury all

Beaufort in outh Carolina, zed in ef public one hundred and forty-five dol' 'sums for'which"he may be liable :

and Baltimore, Maryland, with a trade, b l Mississip l lars.For Provided, also, That not jng>ib this
vie w to ascertain the practica 1 fa- ted the Le the purchasing Department, sectiOnshall be construed extend

C1I1Iesofthdse places for naval purposes two of i in addition to materials on hand, of to balances arising solely from the

ten thousand dollars. Sec. to the sixty thousand dollars, two hundredand' I depreciation: Treasury notes, ,received .
For medicines, surgical instruments That the of two thousand two hundred I by such person,to be extended -
o.tber', and'hospital stores, and of all State: and fifty-one dollars and nineteen.. I in the public service ; but, in .all i
expenses on account thesick money cents.
where the '
,forty five cases salary or pay of any -
thousand dollars. wise
For defraying the For one thousand complete' suits I person is withheld in pursuance.of I
may accrue during expenses the ever for this, of extra Clothing to be put in depot:, this act, it shall,'be the duty, of the
i thousand; eight hundred and year for h and for one additional pair of shoesto accounting officer:, if demanded by
t six, fur the following purposes.twenty son arrears States be allowed for each enlis ted soldier !- the party,.his.agent or attorney, ta

For such Senate. per anum, fifty-one thousand t report fourthwith to the agent of the
j freight and transportation of for and p five hundred and two dollars and for treasury Department-" the balance
materials, and of .
J scription for stores every de. sums for ; \MS." fife-c nts. due,and it ab Ube the duty ,of 'the ,

i age ; (storage; wharfage and lent and for dock- For the purchase of Woollens, saiij'.gent, within; i ixty'daystheteaf-- ,

i. Yelling expenses of"officers; tra and section ] during the year one thousand eight ter, Border s /it-tobe commenced }
transportation of ed to for hundred and twenty-six, in advance agauut; such delin u nt'and his sii- :1
seamen for house
rr for the one thousand eight hun: ,"
rent or chamber for fuel solely f for the year ties. :
money :
If 4 and candles t\) officers, other than sury: not hundred i dred ana twenty seven, twenty:thou;,. JOHN; W. TAYLOR. r
those attached to Navy Yards and I to ,be e i : sand dollars. Speaker of tne'House of 'R'epresen'i
store vice bu For'Medicial and 'Department 'i
: stations ; for commissions ; Hospital tatives. .. 'I
clerk. hire, office rent, fuel, and sta- or salary nate' and I twenty-five; thousand, and" 1' JOHN: : CALHOUN,,' i I
tlonary to Navy Agents ; for pre.flh1Utfl3fld in p rsu of the li seventy-seven dollars: '- ** Vice-Presid nt of the U it-Sttc's;

incidental expenses of! the For the Quarter Master Gener; ).- and President'of tK S nntfc "! __ .

truiting.j for expenses.of pursuing i : sums Department, ,.two ,hundred%:nd: AniMh:25; 1826 -
J tsrrters ;' for 'compensation to or the ap !, eighty-four thousand seven" 'hundred' OHIU1NADAMS: 7'jJ

pdge Advocates ; for per diem' alfranceto tb aud sixty dollars and 'sixty 'seven i : > '-ii r.0
ment, '
persons attefldngCourt'ar ;' '>i>v ; faVlwii
n- cents. .
4* :4K {C.8X Q'I I
.., ** indC urofin4uiry, and b : Louis, :For Quarter.i Master' :supplies( i 8J \ .. ,... ., \, \) 1
1cers engaged on extra. sixty d 'TIi hi-: ll dim C 1\,\
servjcethe as transportation ouUtandingdebts : j
c limits of : lobe, stationary, '.. ... .: ,,.m
, their stations ; nme thou repairs chairs' {br d' n"W, 1,
\ or'"tipehse's of* \ Uoquent ;; xlUIl-i; .J; : ,
rsOns sick
'i Uartegj; for burying p deceased. in. <; J : .' ination, crates j t,and tightung* *4 peioIorfor.: tkOi, i

I .longing, to ,the Navy,,;per-for f ; Speaker s,.as. e-: for the.'Military Academy. ,;atrWest! (.,,' J.!.:":",4Uvaes. :' 'er srfJ.wkiok t ,

4j 1 L2US and Utionary of .every'dc- ,. ;thousand" *, 1' "Pointf fifteenithous&d! ,*n&Ivetwi n-j JT 'Nlk. ifB.ew._ lt ': i
rrP.tion .4- : ; : 'dredandforty-ttva dollari and, "' L.i:. '' 'jQ '
for :
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110tneters, 'model's' and draw :' p; \ ,- r $ ipt'. tXClsf'! UiFt4'tfofU ,.. M ,,}, :i .'
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I laga l :! thousand mathertaiical F }frfNi.1 f'Jve"JattP .
; !j) rch-a'I'IL.Q ::repairs of pP. drawingchemical; Ii:
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j vided f rttMtf ". \ .. : : tht.c.ujtiv.Vdon.. itls", tY, :weet.. Itis-of.aTdeep pur- : ,iricliea S in-...diamcK""* \-ttrpckVaix '.! jql9ZSL I\jifrrcgad: or S. the' '1'ie''or ,

: captured; Amcaps; ,< *and-* : : { .:surprIse, .,sitJ'oi".. :: leolor.** > 't'n: f*, :. &: ". ,!as--,4n.4'.J:' / ,a. .Friendship..1 ". .. .')"

.t Veaco, ,a;8 rp otfia>> tJ1J te : made ith2f'orein; J t 5fyVorjthint< ..4-This,gripe was J lacertted_ yet he .pcp4 ). I..i I/'%< soil 1 was favorable ,togrowth <> the\
went In the d ,; ; {rore1..gQy :I:: found.near Annapolis in-'M ryJand. life, JTheimprearipn: 'mac Upctt3his ? ofthese trees, &'th tOoot7:
e passenger, Yf ,unsuccessful.. It' It is .a black grape, ,not so large asa I mind.by.this incident deth, Ined, isjied.(ordWout, "ninety yeaw,. '1Vhea
characte4aa&tbe : ,.be admittcdf: :foxgrape, with'hick .*kis ,. .ripens him on ',his ..recoverycontiriueihe.'darigefpus' \ din ; (eJ. '. .
1' 'ernmeat and: i f ments had been later the fox :- fk i** ***** www. wJ '* ''yMM Mpg ..Jningi
pliysfclan than grape, ,and tradi miri .
: ban
and 'soon, to decay__ _
** inured 'to the when -S 3 ?.
the people. perfectly "ripe, is tolerable ing. *
the kind culture sweet. There is a considerable The loudest mber; .These, measured/'at a foot from'tha'l
About 50 ''of. the explosion re .
"' own country, they ..austerity in (the, wine of this grape, ed to. lave taken place .iu aycHfT ground, about?--21 feet ; and 14-- feeb-; ,..
were hainisoraelj. fittedr &. 8 : been unsuccessful. but it mixes, well with the Schyll ill mine has been mentioned bjjVhite- 'up,13feet. T11F! grovthged v ii\1.\;..
out; by the Friends or .% be 'fully established I and Constantia grape wine ; andrather : hni'Kt, in his theory of the foliation :about 1, '1-2'inches 'eachVY.r,/ aIn ,

: of North Carolina i ,'being a ; and hence I improves both- of the earth. It occured eyear 1753 the Rev.. Stephen'Badgerwas tr

; considerable nu i mlier) 'w hi who undertake*the 6. The Lufborough Grape.-Is an 1758, and he affirms that t quan- settled the successor ofMr.. "'
the la.ws'.or'the State will. to direct their uncommonly large fox grape, whichI thy of two hundred barrels mate- P body, who died after 30, year "" .
: them.'to liberate I native vines, and of found in_ this District, or Mr. Luf- rials were blown out at ou blast, ministry. The Indians again earner=
; permit: cx such as experience borough's land. It makes a vcryc each barrel being supposed Ico and rnate'a1: similar :jreques,.andthq .v.
on removal however and ripen in their high colored rich wine, and finely lain from three to four ml red same ceremony took placets beforit?;'':11

they are on this subject- vicinity. Upon this* flavoured. The fruit is of a deep pounds weight. During UK explosion in i the planting of the'Trees ofFriend Y ;

; rest,are chiefly, also .\ not a State in the purple color, very sweet, with some he adds the groulwas ship, before the door of their,newminister. '
not have supply) of that peculiar tang that foxgrapesgeneralfy observed to shake if ajearth- .
freed persons and, in familiesI as by These also took root
: its "
some of 'whom are valuable.. a surplus own for consump-eApor- :I.are: all great have.bearers These, and six generally kinds .quake.ment can The hardly accuracy:of th oiled state-: ,grew up, and are now in full vigor*
beques :
1 chanics &c. 'l'hei\ makes goo4 wines, and sometimes and if correct, what an idea t conve's l haying been set out 73 years. They ,

llcraI{ bears ample testi conceived, that excellent : dnd when we are able to of the immense force J quiredto arejabout;: -15 feetin circumference! ,, t{
ny of the good behaviour atujntkou given to our make it in large quantities and ferment dissever from a solid iass' of near the'ground,:and .tUeir average-
these'blacks while :heretofore it would it in large vats, I have no internal rock, so formi&iUlei a: annual growth has been nearly 1, 1-2" Jncli
waiting nor in that of doubt but that wines will be madein 'weight "I : i s.- S
departure of the vessel ; &' ; to describe the this country superior to most Boston Traveller.
: of the which be used ines.The .
ny respectable may foreign Winter evening in ieland.A. .
: of the place shewed much H,jnce, I shall ,six varieties I particularly .winter evening a an Icelandic New. Guatemala, the capital) of the
: tention to them, and lib in the sequel of this recommend make wine of. The l republic of Central; America,:; is*
of tho lalier four family ,presents a scene
description varieties
e I have built '
never in .
,: furnished them with many my vineyard, and known to fail, and the other two very iu the highest degree interesting i diameter spacious plain, five leaguesn *
watered and
fertilized .
commodations for the voyae.We been the sub- seldom ; and neverVhere and Between 3 ,
they are pleasing.
by several rivulets and lakes. It is
heartily wish success properly pruned, do they produce and o'clock the limp is hungup ; situated 9 leagues from t1eanFnt.,
sorts of l less ;h'an haifa
the colonization grapes pro- crop, and that it is :
project in the
wine principal apartment, clty'of.tbe same name, which was ,
the follow- in .
arc once eight year. I am
the belief that it can 'rom my own experience. speaking I and all the members of the family laid l waste for thethirdtime in 1373

; the object relieving' us of! lac1eira Is a very I have several other Varieties of take their stations with by an earthquake; leagues from J
colored population, but, qs for the table or grapes, but have not yet'had them their work in their hands. One: the sea on the north, ,26 from the

; means of checking the \ It is of a good size, in sufficient quantities to make wine of the family advances to a seat: Pacific ocean,. and four hundred t
of it awl sized clusters, on of. from the city ofMexi o. The pop-4
: be.
that it
; use }v
near the and reads aloud.
; hang loosely ; in lamp, ulation is said,to exceed forty thou-
( open way which persons, are of *a amber{ MtKtAL PHENOMENON. Haycliff Being but badly supplied with L saudsouls.! The streets are straight,

posed to .slavery, may of a pale red or'brick mine now no longer worked, was 1 printed books, the Icelanders j and in general paved. The hQ\\ses-i!

; sess themselves- of their sla they are purple, once the grand depository of that are under the necessity of copying though built low, for fear of earthquakes ''

t without throwing them ) them. They ripen extraordinary phenomenon in the such as they can borrow are commodious, pretty. ju"

the world to jdespised to the mineral world, provincially called The readers is frequently: interrupted appearance, and have ,gardens and*
degraded they according to the slickensides. The external orchards attached to them.Tqe,..
.are appearI '
either the head (
of their ance of this curious species of galena by or principal'plaza is a large square, ot1."
ignorance and want This is a very beau is well known wherever mineralogy some intelligent member of the which each side,measures one huna.\

$ hope of rising in the public with good sized l has ;been studied. At the present family,. who makes remarks or red and fifty yards, well paved.with*

timation on account of their : I first got them time good specimens of it are proposes questions on what is porticoes all around. In front of i ifjis

fortunate color. Weavould : for black the color table., extremely with in rare, and can only be met 'read, to exercise the ingenuity the cathedral, built ,by,an Italian
grape cabinets that have been
pecially encourage-persoiis vf are of a dark purple established. In those mines whereit long of the children and servants. artist, in a correct and magnificent
are able and willing tOL'fI! bloom them and In houses the style of Architecture. In front' .of,"
r\Ytr on has most prevailed, it exhibits but : some sagas! (or
this colony, to send out.. : of a musky flavor. l little variety either in form or char- I historical poems) are repeatedby the cathedral is erected the palace l '
delicious wine, that ter. An of justice" and iu the middle of the,
females., The annual 'e.mi upright pillar limestonerock heart and. instances ,are not '
I could plays a fountain slightly car''
not tiace intermixed with calcareous square ,
tion of about '
15,000.girls wO, were originally par, 'contains this exploding ore ; uncommon of itinerants gaining ved. The churches are all hand-,
keep the.wholemigbLy mai late Mr. Scholl, the surface is thinly coated over with livelihood during the winter, somely and elegantly c<<;constructed'

r ::black population in check, Montgomery county, lead, which resembles a covering of :. by staying at different.farms tillthey and attention is particularly arrested

. perhaps, nearly .,Jg"I':. call them the Cataw plumbago, and is extremely smooth, have exhausted their stock. by a beautiful amphitheatre of stone' ,
: a few generations, in all circumstances, I bright and even. These rocky pillars of knowledge. The \de- destined for the barbarous cmuse-\

states north of the potomac came from North Fred have their rocky faces opposedto scribed appears to have. existed ment of bull baiting ; and in this build*
:; Esq. each other
: : sometimes
; they near- -
of refinement and cruel"ty
ing, by way ,
moderate, and imperceptible Maryland, has them ly touch, sometimes they are further from time- i 111 memorial. 1. combats between arid,

ertions-and so make room J whom I got cuttings. apart, the intervening space being Instead, of the Sagas, some bulls,have been exhibited.jaguars Ther<

a free -.white laboring PP : : the! same and kind 1 filled up with smaller portions and of the more pious,, substitute. is a well buiit.university; where'la\yf
lion, ablejatid willing to ; although fragments of spar and particles of the scriptures the medicine "'mathematics
ed their color and lead ore ; and a number of narrow particularly theology, ,
the soil that they cultivate. historical: books. At the conclusion and natural ti$
1 think if they are ,veins of a whitish color and of history, are touglvt ; :
,may become fashionable and soil, such as I consistency. powdery of the.family labors; ; vliich] which are attached small 'libraryj

surely is patriotic, at least that they would re- The effects of this extraordinarymineral are frequently continued till and an anatomical i l "museum, with.*

the people of the states llu flavour and ap- arc not less singular than I Iteriilic. near midnight, the family join several curious- .preparations i in wai,
I am very certain A blow with a hammer, /:The.city possesses'besides; an'acadeipy .
tc to reduce the number p in two afterwhich
singing a psalm
make the best wine. a stroke or a scratch with a minner's ;' for the fine arts, .and an 'eP'garitly l
theircolored persons, I call the To pick, are sufficient to rend these a chapter from some 'constucted mint. '* '

can be accomplished with a foreign gentleman, rocks asunder with which it is united book of devotion is read, if the :

hope of conferring a.foenefit : sure they were the or embodied. The stroke is family are not in possession ,o f. GENERAL'LA'. FAYETTE.. :;:$
on th-em-as it may be, by: as he had seen immediately succeeded by a crackling a bible but where this ,sacred. Extract of a letter from Pans aJfan.
ry ; but from the noise, accompined with a sound f''
17 1826.
"ding to Africa or book exists, it is preferred, to ,
of the vine, &c. not unlike the
hum of
mingled a "I have. been out tq'Ge'neraiJEi) ]
And, it would to u !' other. The; of befamIly :
appear )that they are in swarm of bees ; shortly afterwards every headj, "
Fayett's chateau La whJI
that the mo then and jhe : Grange,
) severely country. an explosion follows, so loud and I prays, ex ; remained two & three
-jtious man might e(l : I ( Muscadell.This appalling, that even the miners, ercise concludes .with a
A female slave, and semi oft informed iJlgst.ssing by the, near late, little though accustomed a hardy race to fear of, men turn, pale and I I When an Icelander awakes, he ever spent.!any most where agreeabl&tithej* I' laid !!t

abroad, with a view to the found on or near and tremble at the shock. This : docs not salute any person who expect to remain more than, a daj!

suIt anticipated-;provided ; ,.bya Mr. Alex dangerous combination of matter: : may have slept in the room with "but could not get away' 5boiier1

shall be ascertained that .h gardener to one of must, consequently, be approached I i, him, but hastens to: the. door, was_ particularly fortunate*'i iii''w

are not less comfortable in. who .was,Governor. with caution. To avoid the w.-se ofthe and lifting up his hands towards L time when S all. the',General's'.IcJiiJ
/countries than -in our before the .Revolu common implements of mining heaven, and adores him who Ven and grand children were se'

Wherein :liberation is gh t.: t, so superior a small hole is carefully bored, into made the heavens and the earth ',bled together, ,preparatory. intS
gr"pes, thai he in which a little gun powder is put, observance of some 'religious "elf
-more productive eva.to. he 1I. Mr. Penn.s the author. and of,his *;
1 .g.arJen : and expluded'with a. match f the preserver I mony, to keep. in recollectiopf! *!
than of.good, in their L : made. its way-, by the workmen then withdraw to a place; being, and the source of every' death of' the General's fn'fe: f. 1
forlorn and :despised r s Grape and I of sfety, to wait the resuU of their blessing. He then returns 'into George 'Washington La Fay4

the name of'the operations.. Sometimes not less than ,
among us. ] the house and salutes everyone mother in-law. There ,veri'_ :
-;,..,, .. .. .!- .. when I \vas col five or six successive explosionsensue : 'taBfcevery
& he at
,. -- meets, with 'God grant twenty or thirty persons
I fop Vineyard.. at intervals of from youa
my two to
\ vWwl thl National JournalCULTIVATION > < a very fine wiue. ten or fift eiu minutes, and occa- good day. ,.,.i' : -
OF THE purple. and has a ;; sonally they are so sublimely awful, -s.. .! ; ladies, the tvd the*daughters: __
: that the earth has been violently grand3aughters"of general"
"iNTltODyCTORY NUMBERSl TRCES or FRIENDSHIP. ; In MrIVelles' extremely interesting r '
not tbis "the Grape shaken to.lUe. surface by the concus youn
.OfthcCfioici: of,.Grafts for C meirtkwi of, in his sion.: ,.even when the discharge has remarks 'on Fordst'Trees Miss Segur,..daughter of tJiS fQ ...

lion. Society Traders, taken place at, 'the depth of mOle- addressed to theCorrespctidiiigSecratary who wrote the Russian .Cam
$;;r1o&g! .. .attempts: tiave. .uid,. Hi j32, "The than one hundred fathoms. \of the ,Massachusetts ,Agricultural "IhalaJarge 'chamber'tnlficonvenience ) ,

.zndey' ) ConiDanks. to ,( ,ripe,) called. When t'hc'HatCllfTniine was opena Society andpublisiedin the : ,allotted mea ;! '
duce this'vaiuabie branch of. the, fox..Gr-apr. be-, person of.,the name Higgnibot last number of the,AgricuLural l Repository fire I'was kept: ,and,"z-whe' M.

culture.: into,.our country.: : 'lt is it hath with' .un- tom,who was unused_ to the working mention; .is, made of the brooks. and papers ; 'abotittnb'. '
.my i teti&n' to" p! irit 'out. all. l is,iu itself an extra';; slickensides. and not much an* venerable Elms.lately! striding; before .- alarge ben'in the castleJVas m ,
cause's which 'coriciired to dere i and, by' art, doubt-': prehensive of danger, .
0 was repeatedly the house jn. Natickj (o.rme.dy"occuped every ':body in the par1our) ., '
tb- i6m Datriotic;, # -r,cnterprises.T,v.r. 4z "BjJ I i l iy'.a. ,to; n..excel :cautioned :not to 'use his pick in by the4e4'*,..Ojverl| zfl .rnous.:,choipe. :. ;: 'not?' so sweet, little, the 'getting of the one... Unfortunately the successor of the.Celebrated; : allofds eit {
&K S'. ;:i ::;} o .\ : ;" for himself,:he -paid )little at- Elliot, iheJndiApost1'o iieiFron1utheuUc.recQrds I.. General I j, :took, a' stroll,* ojgVpuniJs 1:'
ah Jejievethat,in every: )Dltanc 4 doristantiaThis' ,tention, to: the. admonition.. of his \! :
the\wasmadejy. ; ''th'e.inir : ile, ;:Williaai Clifton,': fellow-miners.' ;, He struck" 'the- fatal ,jt appears dteVJwhich: .i;,jt t !!}l-' '
f .AI..t. ;, O J J .Vlll S'.nCl I 4 lphia informed stroke, ,that by an,parentlyL: clectricalxominuHic i that.Mr., IebodyasscIed: : ;in the saft'eAI D. retire'info11--. \i '.,
.. ; } -' '
r1 J'::
"".J. t""' ministry to.the Indians in Vatick in i1. oi1i )
(6'WL"a iJ :
CY.t.JQ. 01 a.n, a1m11\C., 1"t 1$ shah ce.in:his:garden tion'setVhe: whole. : i1.bjh
fact''- w .. 6.B 1t-t' Yr j hI....to.a;; I rWnO- >(t.-": -h : ;
'tki.the'patt. ... ) kolmake' the fts :: 4h (, i n(!( shook, the .;J!t!4tndi.nge3fr; .!to;" itsfouHdatiqn by ..daughter t [(some 't me ;since; ate.."-'ttpc- i'JW. ve\t. .., 'i.t if:f "'!;'= t..
d4ijndi. '. ... 'e. I :; ,, )J .n.a J;>>r.\l\e ,;antj with:a'noise: is't remendbul -' ,d ce and\fuUy) isop ifmelADrothers << : 'vith tHegeal t i'vic] 4v st f>, .

t"Jr' .-' r:... .:If..1aC'tr-..... ,!, i9pe 'c / Jo; t W 1' \vy5? as<**,.tjiunder, scattered',! .P' the ,: that,a;Deputation >f Indians me'on bne'day.*,.in, ***"

#ff.. .,)5., ., l .t 't.tILiw. ; Tjjolerablc I ..grape rocky; iiagments. ,! :;';liCeyery *It' "etl' ()nhiuh cameoae, eacing!jtjvpeito, trees, ;9a : immensenumb QfreSeD(
c c'"" Q$1 m "! a.."go d.l..t ;t h. r' I e'r-V C\l.11"( ) ilt./' ;;,. nay-. .his,shoulders- *.tvtbaV!-the I..-T .. t ', pled'' reqeiye d from.Ant; F rAon-
7.l '
:c dj t'- ...# 'mt.1.<, ." "" !If } .... {snedgrape.t :c 1i jn1 Jer.bJ;:: *: o ? ofa8,1at4snce'ofaOUt tle 4flblv a- 44 eqUste4' '},pccai:'''' : What: he' a1t r f : '.1 '
ivhie'ad require' J'cii, ,Vithout, much: fla twetatyor itbirr sion of.their iiUni tirlos Jtf outthose :wt4i1a'1 cidl t St bJ !' b61- ',jS"" .
t .
I :Dtallr'wfrerenJ, as well' ,ifc' R1 :: is perfectly "ripe, pac ietQpdrforai i bypeies trees byfQrehs" $'idbor* A as-> Jv.TU-;: i' fitlrof :y ard':1t. l t i{, 'i bi1 ti\\
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&c.Brought In the evening into o per tion. ..Tf, are provisioned t ention of this body of literati, perhaps which had tranipired that' day.' t1ary.alIL l. .,
j'r r respective stables and folds : for five months ruisej' and from the the ,most, respectable in the The ladies expressed themselves! in been a ,rigorous! 4qes&ieiit .here

ii -s wild geese and turkeys, :Commodore'do1 1 to. the cabin boy,! world,.was intense during the: reading '\ia.ln tCflfl5.Iith1CthIts forthe, L ,r .', ec\ .
j OU e ehtlrromAmerica ; his. flock.ofheep have all receiyl I their jay in advance of this pap-er; and 1:1hou.that.: shfc jtouja:&&$ tliWf'if; *Wllat ,( c. '0.H hOM.l' fiii ,'f er."t'-:'" t e-ser f .

counts upwards of 8 hundred, to that ti e. Instead of ap-. Governor Clinton would have been i i the opeffiworth'wiflioatter;:#' 'a'' depakiloriUblaneiroTvitnout: 'carri&tfan -' '

i iu merino raised prehendiug.theby'the'enemy'i reparations making amply rewarded,for the activ'part I! :There will! be np .attractiou i .in: the. I fe ','Sirttoriilai' .
iaFrtofthefloctsentby the nvade this island; h e has always taken 'in.the, prosecu- Theatre .fteii.he fortiinatp_Trench) tman' I ieiI ti. i ffb Pir! ait "

.. Spa"1 to Louis XVI who that fleet has gee to meet him onhis lion of this immense work, 'had ne beenjoinedby' >> by* .Holy' Churcjb." ,bii ftai B ; b@ i '. tr
Pave In! hem to I him. I: own shores. ,A ship of the line been present to hear his..name' honorably "The'gentlemen were also,"-full l .of'r' t\HODSjp"' roin f1 vejifity i"*auo, :.proceeded :..

".\ dinner, we all continued in.: c called the .Gurrerq, is expectedhere mentioned in the midst of a regrets.-"We shall certainly" getup ,one battalion:of 'seven ,hun-

the parlour together, where we had shortly, a 1 will soon be followed society, which Napoleon, when a conspiracy to take,bint,off."."Who drett men;:;,frjomBahiaithe_first,battalion

4Tee, and music from the young by two (*ers of that ,class, master of Europe, thought ;himself would have thought that she would so. of:,riflenbesidsartihley; ( .
ladies ; about nine or ten a cup of the San Pablctmd Algesiras. honored by being a member soon have left,the world for a, bride- and caYalryJor Rio 1*AlI tfi&frocff: '. .

jea, and retired about 11 or 12_ to Every thing extremely quiet Savannah Georgian. hunter ?" "So soon andsoyouugtoo for Rio!:tiaye; gone" to ,'the, South t

,eJ." and tranquil ufler the present firm -so pretty and sucb a heavenly The Em'pelror na* declared. 'war ;i? *

and energetic overnmentwe are Letters from Greece of. December voice /" "Oh bless us, 'it- certainly gainst.Buenos Ay.re&,for'Baying aided

particularly f< tunate in the heads last, represent the cause of that is a rascally 'shame to treat the the Argentine Rebels., The .river .

t a "L"L.\\lA SBV,lq of the resj c-ive departments hapless people as almost hopelessthe thousands of her puUic' admirer in La Platais.blOckaddby! a" fleet. ;. ,of ,' .; ,
thereof. Ge ral Vives' character Turkish forces being able to such a manner." This young lady 22 vessels of tvar. General eco. S.;

FRIDAY APRIL 28 1Z26. needs no com ent---M. Pinillos, the march to any part of the Morea they was considered in London one of the and Admiral Rodriguez<< LObOb.been ve,

= ---- Intends ntGer. ral, is a man of extraordinary choose, and Missolonghi, which has finest singers in the'world, and I must recalled to 'Rip.' In short. .

INFLUENZA.This ta nts as a financier, of been nobly defended, being ,expected say had no conseption of the powerof tbingouot: well) :in "favor of *"*'* "
relentless traveller after i indefatigable dustry and strict integrity to surrender in a short period. music until I heard her' uua voce *'* 5* '*. The- Liberals have "

tour through the North- whic. circumsfances, ad- The Turks have lauded on the coast and tanti palpiti. gained, great advantages in the action.

ddi and]* a Eastern States, and ded totiatpf| 1\s\ ,being a native of of the Morea, opposite ZantCj where which have taken pJa e. In* Per ..

.n whole families as it were prost, at cify, haves&cured him the con- they are committing great ravages The Treasury the New York nam '.there, is no I orit-jfhe.
rating and running the gauntlet I fidence of all classes, so that the and excesses, having burwed the Bible Society, in his report, stales Military governor, Antero, is the/
!I visit ;all the public Journals ; is resources and meins at his command town of Gastounni, in Achain, ten that during the month of Februarythere greatest.de pot that ever appeared ..

through uncourtious manner are very great. \ Commodore La miles distant and put 700 Greeks to was received the sum of;$5001 I in,this 'w rld." l
.1\r in a a circuit through I tile genii Borde, chief of the navy, is a brave, the sword---the women and children 63, and that during the some'period, ,. I .'

naking: climates of the South at a time active, and experienced seaman, escaping in open ho"ts.-Itid. there were issued Bibles and Testa- COTTON. ..

hen I all fashionable tourists are and of established reputation. s.... ments to the value 6T2176, 92. Our' last t, advices., give the following '

for a "trip to the north ;" A; Y. Gazette. Extract of a letter dated Pernambuco, Col. Richard Y rick has deposited ? 'prices. .
preparing* equal for .:February 15, 1826. in the Biblical Library, Elias At Ne\r York 18th ult. Uplands
shewing contempt
he opinion of the Beau ..lIon and TIlE 1\1 A .-:-There is a The sloop of! war Cyane, arrived Butter's Polyglott New Testament, 12 a 13. (Charleston 27th nIt., Upland \ ,

.ho : disparity of the climate culpable negligence in some of r here on Sunday after a passage of 48 in Syriac, Hebrew, Greek, Latin, lOa 12-sea Islands' ,r.o sales,
hroa which he passes. Although the Post Offices on the Northern days from New-York, all well. She German, Bohemian, Italian, Spanish Baltimore 20th March Upland faipf.

iis malignant! attempts are much route. One day the letter. saluted with 17 guns, the Fort French, English, Di.rish: and Polish )- 13 a 13 1-2. Petersburgh, cotton .
by a salubrious atmos- from returned the same number. I assure 2vols. folio, Nuremburg 1599.It dull-a few. sales at 8 1-2d 1114. -
mpeded come regularly
I that it is all the
you pleasing to Savannah 29lh March, Upland,
he to make
here : yet manages his Boston New York
) &c. without '
Americans here to see her.it; is the stated in a letter from Rome, pripre 11*l-2-fair to good 91-2'to
jotent sway acknowledged, by all
) .
jlasscs and conditions, from the the papers ; and 'another only man of \\"ar from our country that important discoveries of antiquities l)1.2.
the newspapers are received I that ever was in our port. Captain have been made at .Tusculura. I- i i 5-
ord-likeplanter to the lowest mer ':.-) -; ----' -=r
iial in his service. Wo have without the letters. The latter Elliot dines with the American con- Not only as an ancient theatre has
experienced much of his inveteracy was the case yesterday, when L sul to day-there is no late news' been found, but the streets leadingto PORTOF* St. MARKS., ".
which has twice silenced we received the throughout from the South, we are anxious to it have been cleared. An aeque- I Apl'il19, 1826. -.
our papers hear from there.---[Phil. Get:. duct, a public fountain, paths vasses, Arrived Sloop Dolphin, Boillat,
and in '
)lattery, we are not without regular course of. mnil, from '"
ten Pensacola via -
Auspicious of his in a head ol Jupiter, other marble- days Apalachicola .
being league (with the of the
LA CRUZ. The latest ad- assorted to J.-& N;
rit'h! our devil who is the only VERA --- naments, elegant painting in fresco, cargo ,
in the office he has not Washington papers,) hut no) vices from this place represent the and other precious objects have Hamlen? :
prostrated letters from beyond tayetteville. .. people (dissatisfied much money been brought to light. Sailed Sloop Dolphin Boillat) for ;

.-(Courier.) being; sent England ; and attribute New Orleans, via Pensacola. ;
CJ1.lv'lL.'re .
the assassination of several English Great. Britain and Ireland. Passengers, Col. Ochittree, Maj.
have been highly gratified to men to this circumstance. Fagan, Burr II. Duvall Esq. Doctors "
We are informed by the N. The bank of England, it is saidin .
perceive, says the National'Journal, W'; D. Price and Warfield ;
that the public attention in every York papers that a meeting was From Peru.-We learn by the one day, paid out the enormous Messrs. C. C. Williams, R. Haskins'Geo. -

quarter ol the union has been attracted to be held in that city on the brig Polly and Eliza, from Cartha- sum of five millions of Fisher, Jr. and J. Ross. <

to the interesting communication 10th inst. by individuals per gena, arrived! at New-York, that the pounds sterling'\ Mr. Roths. -- S -. -

of Mr. White, the delegateof sonally interested iiv the spoliations Castle of Callao remained in possession child made ,one payment into DR. WATKINS, .
Florida, to the Secretary ofWar on our' onimei'ec by fo. of Rodil, on the 17th Dec. bank of 300,0001.
HAVING dissolved
on the subject of a canal_ a- reign Governments, for the purpose Gen. Valera, of the Columbian Much distress prevails among .. ship'itIt' TU ker tenders copartner
cross the peninsula of Florida in Peru arrived Panama ,
.of adopting measures to army the classes
There is laboring professional services to the public,
scarcely a gazette 24th with 1500
comes into our hands that has not coolerate'ith the other claimants principally January Peruvians., There troops,: 2400 persons have been dis- and may be found in' the dray except
in different of the were from i\\ manufacturing when on Medical at Mr. :
some commendation of the great parts about 5,000 troops at Panama, and charged o duty, _Wy- .
scheme, by which the whole commerce country in the most effectualmeans. more expected. establishments in Gloucesters atts ;tavern'and at night at Major

of the Western States is to .of obtaining restitution hii e. Wards office.. .\

transported by a new and safe This idea of unanimity is well i Constantinople, Dec. 10.---Hus Hehas: the following Medicinesfor .

channel to the Atlantic ports ; and conceived, and we have no sein Bey, formelly Inspector of the The subjoined preamble and.resolution sale Worm-seed' oil, Bate- '

from the spirit manifested in both doubt when acted upon will aid I Arsenal, and Iledieb Effendi,. Agent L copied from the, Tuscaloosa mint man's drops, Essence Castor of .Pepper

hyuses Congress, there can be no the claimants very materiallyin to'the Viceroy Egypt, were unex papers, breathe a spirit, which, dozen, Opodeldoc, oil-four

doubt but the measure will be carried their efforts to effect the object pectedly called to the Divan, and I though perhaps sincere, has no con- bottles.28. .
by a majority almost approaching in view. charged with an important missionto nexion with methodists in general: -

unanimity. Mr. White is the Greece, having for its object; a but belongs to those barbarous"days ,r DOcTOR TUCKER. ..
first gentleman, we believe, who Augusta Chron id. treaty of peace with the Greeks. when kissing was a crime, and women INFORMS .the' citizens of 'Tallahassee -

suggested a ship channel]-a boat ca- This measure has lead all experienced in the evening of life were apt and vicinity, that he still
nal has long been talked of, & written The :New York Evening Post politicians into a firm belief, to be piously burnt witches.. devotes his entire attention to the

about ; but a channel similar to mentions that a man whom: that the Porte entertains fears of a L Cahawba Press practice of Medicine ; ,he may be. _

that now projected in France, from Judge Nott advertised a short disastrous termination of the present L We, whose names are hereunto found during'the day time by calling .

Paris to the Ocean, and England, time past in the Columbian Telescope campaign. The European Ambas subscribed being'members of the at Col. Pindars, or at night at,Maj.

from.St. George's to the Englishsound as an impostor, for taking sadors at this court have been also Methodist Episcopal Church, and Wards,office. .
that seems now to be-so high- the name of his son Mr. requested to forward the negotiation belonging to Tuscaloosa station, being April 28. S .
ly thought of, in a commercial point by their intermediation ; and in informed that several of the .
J. (J. Nott and "Administrators Notice..
of, borrowing mo
view so important to the nation, in case of rejection on the part of the Preachers of the Methodist Church
avoiding the ney at different times on hiscredit I have this day applied :for: and > '
dangers of the West Greeks to enforce their acquiescence have, within the last year, united
indiaseas, and the still more appal- is caught and lodged in: by severe language. The themselves to the Masonic Frater- obtained letters of administration ..5

]Ijng dangers of? pirates, is a sugges- Jail. La'pauvre diable/is in rather insurrection of Candia has caused nity, and associated with them,. the,.estate. Jacob. Murray deceased -

hon of recent origin. It avoids all a puzzling predicament for: the Porte little anxiety, and he has which is contrary to the custom and ,, all\ persons having"any demands *

the perils of the Gulf stream where his assertion that he was the E taken but few steps to pacify that usage of the Ministers and Membersof against said estate r caned upon
i : :
it is most confined, rapid, and dan- of N ott is certainly sland. : the Methodist Church, as fat as present th without delay, an-dt
son Judge >
all those who
gerous ; brings Boston, New York [Jlugsburg Universal Gazette.It 1 our knowledge extends ; and being- are indebted tosaid: '''t
false and if he now that he .
and New Orleans says estate are requested to make immediate
in juxta position is some time since the Porte : satisfied that the cause of God, and
with each is :JVott his sou H will be equally payment to .": ,
other, and exempts us gave strong injunctions to Ibrahim the salvation of souls will not be ad-
worn any future apprehension, on so. Pacha to negociate a favorable trea- vanced bya, union of that Fraternity Elsey'B. Murray, Atlm'rx._ i

our part, of the power into whose ty with the Greeks, in order to save with our Society ; nor can they : April 28. ; 8t L.l '

hands Cuba may fall.Wefenaerstandsays 1. .Within a few days, a man: the Ottoman Empire from a catas- be united without excluding a majority : Norl ll'E. "

has brought to Philadelphiafrom trophe, such as the loss of Greece of the most pious and devout' T.LAW i

the National the west two barrels of would inevitable cause. members of our Church, viz i the ",, having connected :

azette. that a' gentleman of this rau cle shells,. to be manufactured Females ; and our opinion is, that it themselves i in, J their.. profession .
city! ,4s, engaged in preparing for the ? into ornamental buttons. From Correspondent, to the Charleston is a bad precedent be set or established as ATTORNEYS and CoVs.i.o1Ls .- *
press, novel called' ," "The Hi-h- Courier. N. Y. March 15. in our Church. at!LXwVAvill.attend 'the :Sufc>e'-. '
lands, .a tale! of the Hudson." The They wa-e gathered in Ohio The great attraction of the Ital- "We do therefore Resolve 1st. rior courts of, Jackson, 'Gadsden,

Ceneis1aid, as ,the name aenotes, river. Parts of the shell are equal ian Opera in this country will soon That we, as a Society,.and" ,as individuals ( and leoni and..jhe, Inferior Courts

Ilea.rthe celebrated] passage of the in bsauty.to the finest mo be no iiiore. .1 mean Signpretta Gr will not receive nor acknowledge of Jackson and GadsoYh counties,

RUthi iijthiiijug the Highlands in the ther of.:.pfarl.; cia, who has charmed,and! enraptured any man'as our Preacher also, the court of Appeals ,held inT

New-York It will be i isof : ? Boston Courier. every,one who heard her during Pastor, or Presiding Elder, who has Tallahassee.; Their office 15,in T"%
8tied from the press in lte earl7 parr the last three months. There" wasa joinedthatFraternity: since he has lahassee, \yhcre they.. may r J.' ".'l'

Jun. '.... A lettenvriter from Paris, speaks report yesterday, in Wall-street l been a Preacher, and' continues" to times.be consulted.' ; .0.
DaVid B.
. of the:reaapg of-the'account of the arid in 'Broadway, that a certain hap- associate with them either directly, Mucomh.'- : .
!. EsjrracAUTHENTIC.: _. Celebration connection had taken IfVm.AlHsoa iEJil: SiI1vch,1I.
N./York Grand Canal py place between indirectly:t ; 'Wed Eitract faletter from the Havana, before' tht'' French. = institute;. as a her'and an'' eminent French "1 80Jp ;2dTl!( ;ntiC'tb ,ieach-! . '0' .<.;"i.i. ; 'S
pe ilie 22d flf Pebriaaryr0n' v*rt'grair fying' circumstance., "A merchant. ,iri So tbtreet, who !is er .appcinte to,this;$tation.:for jtlirfyearr h ; :; .,'. :

!19thithti1!, a Spanish*squadron. member, le says >rose and'Demanded I eflgag'edintbe'S American trade. :1 826!> iyUI t:pot? QnTqrm 'witji7 :( JV" r

cons1sting-of.; .five frigates: &.a .schooCdmraodore -* l ave'ttSpeakw9icl1b-ei; g' ran.:; --:.It did ot" take place l then but the :what! irequdby.tbc firirresqlulion" ; ." .;,4t' .'f.... '* :!",,." S
: .
r' ; ;La- Bofdex;I ted,'lie red an aScofanf-oftihe pro'. news,apr.. d::alout1ike']! ;-fwiTd 'fire/ ,,.that t Wjetviliiiot; } considerhimasouistationedPreacber ; ,If ''' .''pra.; r.' ,.'t".Ice.>' :\......,..'W..;.;..#.l... .JY."'uc: 8"t ,....

for. Jago.'d .Cjiba*, transtroopsf c ceding f- hnectecr:!with':the ':opening -' ; ntl1hQs. iriffie'secrets. of, tue green' : :";nor shall 'd,:> ti :lail ift g C: d.tlti.f ;H1sOC
T J7l'f''rJi. (=vV'w 'Jiu: ?
rtgik, )and." wiilf-prd-.! 'of theJCanaV{ (i iUjaenominatiotiof'ffj ) ?r OOI ., en x.- *1'l f \f I"we feel oanelve. *;;boaad ',th efnj : flee: :in' t1a 4cittoTal1.: .. .-. ... '
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J South, on.tHe.first,.S tur'dav, of May I ", : ,. 9 mutual consent. to the General Post Ol.t.fat

next .all ." E .' 20 bbls. prime .Fork, ., .April.14. 'Gt _
Uiosefpersoits: ,,nave, ar, ma. "subscriber respectfully! inrlord's : .. 'dealt le ters.:- "
-- : .. 10 hhd i .. 'Hams & ; u
intend (o subYcrib'ifforitj, are Hesired -: 1 hisfcienda slid the'Citizens Middlings.Henry At a meeting>- of Practisingahassec A.

r 'to.send their names (free of'postage 'of the: country generally, that : Bond. Physicians held at T ; the Aston John Ames John

) to;Milledgevilfe,'Georgia, ty he has commodious StoreHouses at March 17.f@B following prices was nanimously 1 a- Addison James Andres'S,
that time directed this place,for the reception of B.
to the Editorof produce .greed,uPon ,as a conensation for Adams Denis Atkinson HaU
'and merchandise.
business I
the .Star I-the South. attendance, for perf i ming -
entrusted, him will be operations B ?
.Although a,full prospectus of this thankfully } SJAlt llQ and for Mcdicind I '
J. H.
received, and'the strictest attention Bryan Bryan Wm. B;
: publication, has been printed in a RATES OF
paid to the dispatch of all orders A small quantity best Sea-Island 01 I1GES. Blanchard BenBattzell Thoj.
number of news papers in too states cotton seed if for For each visit in the (fy $ 1 00
which he-may be favoured with, produce applied soon. Bower E. J. Bell Zadoct;
Georgia, South Carolina, and Alabama consigned to him can be shipped St. Marks, March 8 1826. do after dark T r 2 00 Beck J. H. BoatrightC

!I and a number of suqscribers direct 10 New Orleans or any do from bed 5' 00 Bleach'Villis C

,obtained-yet it may not be amisag'j southern port.WILLIAM. I Advice (oral) fcl to 5 00 Garden J. M. 't ':
; ll to give the character and:! do <
NEVES Jr.February ( ) 5to 10 00 Chick W. M. F. Corbel Josept

terms of the paper.'Thd 10 3t HAS just received by the late arrivals Consultation with one Carson Or H. Crop: Bepjaiai
Star of the South will bedevoted .
more physicians 10 00
has hand
on at his store, Clendenuig;; Alx. 4 <
to the illustration and de To TilE PUBLIC. late the store of G. Davis & Co. an (After attendance ,the ame as the D

fence- of the interesting doctrine of Subscriber respectfully assortment of attending physician)
Downing Ed. R. Dexter Wm.
the Universal holiness and -eternal The |
his Friends and Attendance by desire j ir .
happiness of the souls of all the human Summer Clothing Dry Goods D9ge1Vm. ; a
: hour 7 00 ,
.t he Public genera ly, that he isnow $2 Drake J. W. Darby 'Sus
t and the of God Hardware & .
family- Unity (- rocerles. Remaining in town per1" '
in '
Dinsmore Silas
engaged writing a complete :
By a society believers on "Christ diem' 10 00 ,
i the Lord." 't For sale on the lowest terms in E.. .
in the
Milage 1 00
c 'Terms.-The Star-of the South, HISTORY this place for cash only, or all sorts To mile day Ellerby Thomas' Edwards Mr.,
one or uncfer 2- 00
will be printed on good. pap&r, .and OP H' IS: LIFE, of produce takeu in exchange for When raining or at : Everitt AronFletcher F

: with a fair type, every other Saturday IN TWO PARTS. Goods. night ( 2 00

at $1 50 per annum, 1 payable Abrm. Russel,jr. When raining and it John Figures" Bart.,,

on the receipt of the first ijumber, 44 Quod most inerrc'utoCompostre March 24.Received. night I 3 00 G I
Gilles John N. 2 Goodrich
to the Editor, at Milledgeville! : by
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Kitii fe uutur.
r Georgia, whose name will -HORIGEit 1
: OPERATIONS.Bleeding .
nT.l-\\ ill contain Biowiphy Humphreys Lorin Hammond e
or $2 in three months thereafter.It ; a -
from vein 00
will be folded and stitched in a of the Author, interKfctersi'd mJjl1llAAND do from a $1 2 00 or Augustus Healy Thomas'
an artery Hill E.
12 mo. form, of 12 pages in each with many amusing Cupping 3 00 Gray t'homas-T. Hughes IlansoaJ.-M.James
number more-but will be increased and FOR SALE AT ST. MARKS. Hays
I or anecdotes developing many Lanceing gums 1 00 J
in the number of pages, in traits,of life and character, kith 48 bbls. superfine fresh Flour, Cutting fraenum linguae 2 00 Jarrott Samuel
f proportion as the number of subscribers 20 do Pork .
j erto unknown to the Public and Extracting tooth. 1 00 K '

; may increase. which ought to be knowii. 20 kegs Lard, Scarifying the eye 2 00 Kemper Sexters >:.
j It is hoped, that the publishers 5 bbls. Mackerel, do Tonsils 5 00 L
; will be believed when state PART 11-Containing the Pedestrian 8 sacks Salt '1!
Opening an abscess 1 to 5 00 Little Thomas Lawrence Jno,
i 1 that their object is not collect } Adventure of the Author !
2.kegs Tobacco, Dressing ulcer or wound 1 to 5 00 Lowe Horatis Long J. M.

funds, but to disseminate t they and escapes and perils, 5 half bbls. buck wheat Flour, Introducing seton or ,Lewis Romeo ..

t believe to be highly interesting information by land and sea. This Part 1 barrel glauber Salts, issue 5 00 M "

t to their fellow creatures ; cannot he called a Journal, in 1 do Almonds, Reducing fracturs of the Mathigney Jn. McDonald Aug

i iiad to secure which, they solicite the strictest sense of the term, 8 kegs Powder, thigh or leg $30 to 50 00 McNealy Wm. Murry George

1 l communications from men of genius as the Author writes from memory Expect to receive in a few lays All other luxations 10 to 5000 McGriff Patrick McNeil. F..
generally-and for this the two three
purpose, or hundred barrels corn. Reducing fracture "
Charles W.
Star will sustain such that be but rrgard will be had to J. & McCrary Maxcy E
may HA ILEN. of the thigh and Mcintire Daniel McCallett Go
"intended to dispute its general doctrine dates, still'other circumstances, March '!.f. leg 30 to 50 00 Mathews

r but the right of animadversion equally essential to the work. I twill All.other fractures 5 to 30 00 Temperence N ..'

must always be allowed to the also embrace a :Pedestrian Not by the Angelina so anxiously Trepanning 50 to 100 00 Norwood Wm. Nutman B. C.,i

'. Editor, but which will be exercisediii Tour thro5 the United States koktdfor, but by the Thorn Capt. Trichiasis 20 00 0 :'

t. the spirit of candor, and with thepoliteness and British America, hegining Day, the subscribers have just re- Pterygium 20 00 Owens Joshua
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of tenderness ceived an extensive assortment of ;
gentlemen, Cataract 50 to 100 00
with the State of Maine and P
I of Christians, consideration of Philosophers ending Groceries, Provisions etc. from N. Fistula lack malis 25 00
I % Parish Lewis Pratt Abm.
with the State of Ohio- Orleans vi '
and love of : :
t Hare lip 20 to 40 00
11. Patterson Nat
; whom is believed all mankind are. thus giving a complete description -r 10 hhds Sugar, Brouchotomy '20 to 50 00 Pope

tT Editors of papers in the Southern of the twenty four States. 50 bbls. Flour. Paracentisis tboracis 25 to ]50 00 Rust George 2 R Rice A.
50 sacks Coffee "
and Western states, who \I' hich the Union :
J are compose not Abdominis 10 00
Tho. P. Hen.
70 do Salt, Randolph Ramsey .,
'tf. friendly to the liberty of the mind, from t what he has heard' but 5000 lbf Bacon, Hernia;by taxis 5 to 20 00 Rawls John Roberts Wm,w

; and free investig.tionvill please whuthe, has seen. Also, an.account i'O bbls prime, Pork, .* .1 do by operation 50 to 100 00 Rawls Patience
insert the above, as often as they Hydrocele 10 to 50 00. '
r of his treatment by the 30 do Mackerel, S

may think proper. liritish, while a prisoner of war 20 do Whiskey, Fistula. in ano 20 to 50 00 Sewel Rufus 2 Simpson Hardy
FIDE AND AMORE. iO. do Aneurisn (temporal) 20 00 ,
tits) Melville Island near Halifax peach Brandy, Smith AVm. Smith John
.L.rJ..JYD cSS.fllV"JiILL }'fJR- 2o do Molasses, Amputation of thighor
Simmons H. F. Davi '
i Seabury
1 i A: ova fccotia.: To conclude 54 casks nails 50 00
assorted from
A mQ SdI I leg Slade Jeremiah 2 .
with an Appendex containing trf SOda do:arm 40 00 T
THE Subscriber offers for saleon various Y 10 do fluor "Brads, 00
Original oems. finger or toe 10 Robt. HenrWherly
Taylor Trippe
.. accommodating terms, his mill 5 bbls. Beef
*>The object this Advertise- mess Extirpating female \V
and lands near Tallahassee, the mill 5 kegs Tobacco,
00 '
.. has been in successful operation a- ment-is, that I may obtain a purchase 4 bbls. Shad, mamma100 Wm. Walker1obn 1 :)

bout twelve months,,and affords an for the Copy of the abovementioned 20 boxes Sperm and 'Tallow (do polypus) ten to five fifty dollarsdo Washington H. Worress J. E,1)
other to
tumours fifty
.. annual profit of nearly four t::oustind' work, as I have not Candles, dollars. I WilderSezekiah, Williams Ja m

dollars, it is-so constructed as to ad the necessary funds to publish 20 do Soap, I Whiddon Elias Walton Geo|
(All other operations discretionary) !
"WTiiddon S vier Williams HaiYoung
mit the addition iQ do Porter, e
of a grist mill at a myself. Being by profession aIriuter' 2 casks Marsailles Claret (Gonorrhoea) fifteen to thirty dollars I Y ,
-small ri I
expense-on a handsome elevation 1 J would agree on eson- Syphilis twenty.five to one hundred 1
12 cases Bordeaux do. Joshua. _
the mill comfortable ;
near a :
frame building has Just ,been com- uhle! terms to superintend the 3 bbls loaf Sugar, iioilars.CHARGES. >. Ambrose Crane, F.JI:,!

]leted. publication. Booksellers and o-' t2 cases Comstock Cider,' FORMEVICINES. April 1st 1826.. .\!

r -1 Within half a mile of the. dvelH -: "ttiers would do well to consult 10 do Mustard, Cathartic emetic and draught fifty .' sal i
2 chests Imperial Tea in Caddies cents.
;|here is a beautiful'lake of se'vaillb -: me on the subject, as my terms CABINET MAKING *
6 boxes fresh Raisins, Bolus (common) twenty five cents :
es' will be low I'
in extent affording the and other particulars 6 bbls. Vinegar, i Anodyne fifty cents. ANDTHE "

"g'r l .'variety and abundance oft ? made known, by addressing 2 bbls.) Lamp Oil, : Musk one dollar UJIBDll ,
t').:.. choice fish. a letter, post paid, toBenjamin 1 cask plantation hoes, Powders (per doz) two dollars '
This from Subscribers respectful'!P
place experience has S. ullfincb.St. 50 plough l\louldsJ Pills do one dollar

"bdenfound pleasant as any be in healty thi, section and is as of Augustine February 14.. 1826. 500 2 tons do German Iron, Steel. Tincture (per ounce) fifty cents. tone 0 1 He generally their, that friends they have and the 91 J

The land ., 1 dozen Pans dollar a Cabinet Shop, at the cornet. !
country. if suitable. for frying ,
James F. Trotte, ) Attachment in Linament (per ounce) twenty five Monroe Street and WashiBlj
the cultivation of cotton 1 do Shovels,
corn, or su
t*. > Leon Superior cents. Square, where the business is carts_.
gar-His.only.reason bor wishing, to 2 dozen sets scales and Weights,
sell is that he'has other business. to Wright & Triplet. ) Court. ;40 bbls. Allum Salt, Mixtures per pound two dollars. on extensively, and furniture'0 P,'

which he would wish .i.LL persons cone.:I'OeiJ are here-; 2 crates stone Juggs, Lotions do one dollar. agreeably to best style ando :.C..
to devote his
undivided' .LA.Ly: desired to take notice, that 1 cask Ox Chains. Ointments per ounce fifty cents tone modern fashions. .I
attention. The terms will 1 have this day levied an Attach- By the" return of the Schooner dollar. Having a large supply of injtf! <

be made known to any one, wishing;. 'nent. in the abuse siater]] case one Thorn+ shall receive a further supplyof Blisters one to two dollars.A. mahogany; and other appropr,

to purchase/-by application to m one lot of corn supposed to be from} Groceries.Prgvisions. W. Colemaf. ,. timber on hand together with'ti'"

\ ibn tn'fe.premises: -they will be liberal 150 to 200 bushels, also, on three J. & N. Hamlen. C. A. Watkins, yf. D. made furniture, they will heflCt,

\ glad negroes will be taken in stacks of blade 'fodder and all the St. Marks March 17. Edtnund\\ Tucker always-ableand ready to attend ptually
-part. ,or-whole payment., farming tools at Valnut Hill, also, R. S. R.I Wilson\ M. D. to all orders forwarded- tf.",t
B. R. ; ou one, plough at Gen. Call's. -ALSO '
Bradford. f
r r'= FOR SALE. Lewis Will jun.\\JJL D.
: April 7., r tf All of the above named property April 7 Turning every descriptiotf ijP .
?_ -" pointed out by the done with .
plaintiff as the THE fourth'p>rt of the undivi desptehan-l"j tht-;

V @ PR02T61. property the defendants, levied on ded tract of''land called "WalnutHill manner. Rob't. P. Boycery l
f Q the 28i b of STORAGE .
day November! 1825. Tallahassee. Nov.. ,,
,, '-Y.' THE siibi cribeK having moved I Wm.::CAMERON, -Sheriff, containing upwards of 400 ST. MARKS! ,tti

from"Williamspa's. spring about three Leon County, February 10. acres. THE subscribers hav! FOR SALE.t f.til

quarters:of a mile on:the road leading I deem it useless to state the erected a large' and conmodious recently THE interest that Jamej! .

to.S m's-ferry Ghipola, informs particular situation, or_ the.advantages Ware House St. Mark] and Drake.has.in lot..No.' lo4 wj ife

thejmblic! that his house is' still openfor lI@ a
ffiT,. receptlpn*.pff"travellers.; .the:attention: all :persons, goods on \ '
'; the 'will I
tlQSBrwhbinay 'ftvour; fcirn' 'wtfh'"a The subscribers viag entered into.partnership 'exploring, i that'section.of, count rY'- storage; charges be,moderate aiiI'
; 6.Bearcy :
*** and. the strictest attention :
under the firm of =paid 1 7J. ?
; \ Tnrbottand For
call may rely upon his uneemitted .. terms apply 1 ,to Mr. Ambrose. ,
i ;: ,Jot.'R. Bet onl ound Jal rp ; to,thereceiving Jand< .dekvering1 of April,. (:- -1k
: teat: Crane at .
:, :aUenti'on'.. .renderng.. such acc orQdats Tallahassee/or to:myself.Cantonment ,. f : r '- !oI,'.' 'f:;;:,
...... TorbottiR, ; Bet ton '- "J: BO.TT1f.TRI 'any consigned. r1'.Ll "
is gtc.the. { bee n el1i1lg'from,(frowns i I1i i Jfet/fc:: Briton! .. I '.''.Cimch I March'' 2(. t They will also receivend'' : *ett''-at : .T 'XJI1 f T.t .
-We: =;have lately' .received',a'gemralasiortment :t small'commissions, .. gds :.Cot L :t3.
4r M'Cullahs' ferries to Christoffs : any ; ',. .
: Dry!'good*;-.G ro erie8..'. '_ } n ;))9' ton,produce' that may'tie entrusted : ,"';.i.FQR .- >>
Obi la will find "
+ on I.IH TM;.*'- --lyy..L.-'t not. ;rhAOt v tlfeir...* Em. tc. which;we.witl. sell oa g odidtermTuiliott. ji '. .. .;.'., oJ.'.: i-" .". .to them. r j. I. :, "h I :rit 4t

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