Florida intelligencer
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Title: Florida intelligencer
Physical Description: v. : ; 48 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Ambrose Crane
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: June 23, 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
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Succeeded by: Florida advocate (Tallahassee, Fla.)

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DR. WATKINS, the Royal Shoal. And the Beaconon sanddollars for a light house OB

A. S. THRUSTON, A mQ HAVING dissolved copartner- Federal Point, at the New Inletof Smiths Island, near Cape Charles, -
Dr. Tucker, tenders Cape Fear River, to be made a on a proper site to be selected.In .
Once a week, on Saturdays.Price his
subscriber offers for professional services to the BeaconLight. the state of :North Carolina,
per year five dollars, payable terms sale his ;I public, and may be found in the In the state of South Carolina, alight I' nine thousand five hundred dollarsfor
in advance. mill and lands near Tallahassee, day except when on Medical duty, house on Cape Romaine, or its a light vessel, to be anchored at
JL-; the mill has been in successful ope, at Mr. W)atts tavern, and at nightat vicinity, or a light vessel to be an- the southwest Straddle, Royal ..
ration about twelve Major Wards oftire. chored off the said Cape or its vi- shoal and thousand
A. S. THRUSTWV, months, and, affords He has the ; two dollars fora
an annual profit of nearly four for sale. following medicines cinity ; the preference to be givento Beacon Light on Federal Point,
Counsellor & Attorney at thousand dollar, it is so constructedas man's Worm-seed oil, Bate- the one or the other, which, in Cape Fear River ; and one hundredand

LAW. mill to admit the addition of a grist Opodeldoc drops! Essence, Castor of oil-four Peppermint the opinion of the Secretary of the sixty dollars for buoys, to be
at a small c.xpense-on a handsome dozen bottles. treasury, shall best subserve the placed on proper sites, on the north

Will practice in the courts of Leon elevation frame near the mill a comfortable April 28. tf purposes of navigation, and afford and south sides of New Inlet, near
Gadsdeirand Jackson. His resi- been building has just I security to the same. Federal Point.In .
completed.Within In the state of Georgia, a Beaconon the state of South Carolina
dence is in Tallahassee. IC3: We ,
haifa mile of the dwel- are authorised to
announce Grass Island at the entrance of two hundred and
forty dollars for
May 5. tfDR. ling there if a beautiful lake of several Mr. William Wyatt as a candidate C l"-r'--' 1.1-___ buvyo; to to placed tm tLc 1,0.OJ:'
- miles in extent affordino thu to rc'-tesent Leon Connty/fa. the In the state of
a light Georgetown ; and seventeen thou. "
I F.: '.! UCKER. greatest variety and abundance of next Legislative (.ounci(.
the most choice fish. June 24. house on the Mississippi river, at the sand dollars for.a light house on Cape
TENDERS his professional services This place from experience has tf town of Natchez. Romaine. nr a lifrVit vessel l te\ be an
to the public. Sec. 2. And beit further enacted chored off- "'" -- -
been found to be healthy, and is as i said Cape.In .
June 24. tf pleasant as any in this section of That the following sums of money the state of Alabama, three

LEON COUNTY, July 3d 1826. country. 1 he land is suitable for be, and the same are hereby, appropriated hundred and twenty dollars for buoysto
I (jthe i: cultivation of corn, cotton or su \ to wit : be placed on the following Points,
WE the subscribers being summoned g-ar. His only reason for wishing to In the state of Maine, four thou- I to wit : A Spar buoy at the south-
to examine, and value, and I sell l is that he has other business to sand dollars for a light house on east extremity of the shoal project

tate, the marks, brands, and flesh L I which he would wish to devote his Matinicus Rock ; and four thousand ing from Mobile point, one on the ,
marks, of an estray a (cow & calf) i undivided attention. The terms will dollars for one on Pemaquid Point.In west side of the channel on the Bar
taken up at the plantation of Mrs. be made known to any one wishing [BY AUTHORITY.] the state Massachusetts, two one on the southeast side of the Spit,
Nary Ann Penn do declare as fol I to purchase,_ by application to me thousand five hundred dollars for a projecting from Sand Island &
on the premises-they will be liberal Laws of the United States passed at light house at or near the end of on Dog River Bar. one .
lows.A pale red cow speckled with l, and or whole negroes will .be taken in the first session of the nineteenth Long Point, Province town harbour ; In the state of Louisiana one

white, marked with an under slope part payment.B I Jcngress. eight thousand for a light vessel to thousand one hundred dollars, for
under each ear, and a small bit over, Bradford. I [Public -No. 44.] be anchored at or near Ta(kanuck placing eleven buoys on
supposed to be six years old-bran- 1 April 7. tf An act. for authorizing the buildingof shoal, in the Vineyard sound ; and sites, at the entrance of the proper Missis-

ded with a T 2-cow and calf valued Light houses and Light vessels, ninety dollars for Spar Buoys, to be sipp river, and six hundred dollars

at ten dollars. Extract from the Circular oftlle erecting Beacuii Lights, placing anchored, one on the Middle ground. for thrrt" Lamps or Lights, to wit : ..,
4 Joseph :Harley, Secretary of the )'J reasury Buoys, removing obstructions in shoal, near the entrance of Salem' one for Petit Coquelles, one for
John T'lclver, to the Receivers of Public money the river Savannah, and for other harbour, 4-- one on the Ledge rocks Chief Menteur, and one for Fort St.
Daniel Jone3. purposes.Be Dorchester Flatts in Bosiou
dated the 22d Feb. Philip. -
Territory of Florida, ) it enacted by the Senate and harbour ; three thousand five hun-

County of Leon. J Jtolled "In addition to specie and the House of Representatives of the U. dred dollars for a light house on the In the tate; of Georgia, fifty thou-
before me bills of the Banks of the United States of America in Congress assembled end of Sandy Neck, at or near the sand doH-! : s, to be applied under
Ede Van Evcur Justice of the States and its Branches, which are That the Secretary of the mouth of Barnstable harbour ; and he di: <".tit-n of the President of the .
peace, one estray Cow and Calf. receivable in all payments to the U. T Treasury, and he is hereby, empowered two hundred dollars for placing United States, to remove obstruc-
July 3d 1826. States, the moneys receivable for to provide by contract, for Buoys on proper sites, in or near the tions in the River Savannah below
.- public lands in Florida are as fol building Light houses(and Light vesse's harbour of Gloucester.In I the City of Savannah ; one thousand
lows. The notes of the incorporated and erecting Beacons & Beacon the state Rhode Island,sixty I five hundred dollars for a Beacon on
Florida Land Agency. Banks in Boston, city of jNew- Lights, and placing Buoys, on dollars for Buoys on Sally Rock, at I Grass Island, at the entrance of
York, Phiiadelphia, Baltimore, district the following sites or shoals, to wit : or near the entrance of the harbourof Cockspur Harbobr. In the state of
An office for the purchase and Columbia, Richmond, South In the State of Maine, light houseon East Greenwich.In Mississippi, not exceeding one thousand -
sale of lauds is opened at Tallahas- Carolina, Georgia, "New Orleans," Matinicus Rock and one on Pe- the state of Connecticut, four five hundred dollars f.na: light -
see. and Alabama. But this permission maquid Point. thousand dollars for a light house, to house on the Mississippi ni"erat; -
Itis I.nowa that the rich lands in to receive the notes of local or state In the State of Massachusetts, alight be located on Rauton Neck, or on the town Natchez. In the Territory -- "

Floii-Ja arc well adapted to the culture banks t that is those only to banks be inforce, provided for- vessel to be anchored at or the west end of Norwalk, long Island of Florida, not exceeding sixteen
of the great staples, Sugarcane pay specie near Tuckanuck Shoal in the Vineyard thousrd
their notes on demand and otherwise ; one thousand dellars for a Beacon dollars for a Light
I are
ant! *> a hiaud Cotton-That I in good credit. For the information Sound ; the tonnage of the light on the .round shoals, at the house on Sambo Keys, cr Sand l' :
gentlemen who visit this country of purchasers of public I vessel not to be under one hundred mouth of the Ousatonic river ; one Key. r
Tritha\'>w to permanent settle- lands; 'achReceiver will publish inoue and twenty five tons ; a light house hundred and twenty five dollars for
ment, iaW: under many disadvantages newspaper in his District a list on the end of Sandy Neck, at or placing buoys in the following sites, Tht Sec.:.the S. And be it further enacted,
m the purchase or location of of the description of funds which he near the mouth of the Barnstable to ; one on Brown Reef, and one on : Keeper of Qnaddy Head
lnds ; which it is believed might be is hereby authorized to receive, and Harbor.A Birds Reef, at or near the entranceof lirht; nnnse in the state of Maine,
obviated by: this office. he will give notice in like manner light House at or near the end Bran ford harbour ; and one hundred shall be allowed in addition to his
It is the intention of the under- of any change which may occasionally of Long Point, Provincetown Har- dollars for making an examination present sahry" the sum of sixty dol.
signed to be prepared with official take place. But in all such publications bore I and a survey, if necessary, to lars ann. rllv. for rineinir the belled
information relative to the quality, he will state that althoughfor In the State of Connecticut, aLight ascertain the utility and of <-nnT1P(' with said liVht house,
and extent of the most valuable lands, the accommodation of purchasers house at or near the mouth of erecting Beacons in Long expense Island, on from the time he commenced ring-
which may be offered for sale by the local and State Bank notes Norwalk Harbor, to be located on Shipmans Reef, lying near the promontory ing said bell.
the go,-nlDlent, or by individuals. therein enumerated and at prestut 'the Rauton Neck, or on the'west of the in Stamford Sec. !. .,fZIl77AI .
receivable it is desirable I same name, 4 it, Url_ ..},,.. ..._n.I ,l
that n --
Bo o v.'ili be opened for the Registering payments end Norwalk Long Island under i Smiths .t'u
be made in specie, on the on Ledge, opposite the That when the light houses directed
of all estates which may be notes of the Bank of the U. Stairs the direction of the Secretary of the t own of Darien, & on a Reef known to be built on the highlands of Ne-
committed fice to the charge of said of- and its Branches ; and that, as the Treasury, after an examination (:f 1 b y the name of Patricks house, at vi>rsink, in the state of New Jersey,
with drafts and descriptions- r receipt any of the loca! or State those sites shall have been made by t he western extremity of Norwalk sh&ll he built and lighted, the Light
special examiuulion' will be made in Bank notes may be discontinued st suitable persons, to be by him appointed 1 mrbour. Vessel], at present anchored at the t
all cases if deemed necessary. any time without previous notice, it for that purpose. A Beacon I In the state of New York, a light Hook, shall be removed, ard anchored _
The said office will be prepared I will b< well.for those who have pay- I on the Round Shoals, at the mouth 1 house at or near Dunkirk, six thousand at or near Five Fathom
to attend to all business relative to ments to make to provide them- I of Ousatonic River. dollars, on Lake Erie ; two Bank, off the Capes of DeJa\ta"e
the perfect completion adjustment :j rlyes with specie, or notes of the I In the State of New York, a lighthouse I housand five hundred dollars} for one Bay. And also, that when the
of land claims--to all business bank of the U. States or its branches at or near Dunkirk, on Lake at the east end of Lake Erie, on a Brandywine light; house shall be
appertaining to the donation or preemptil to guard against any changethat Erie. One at the East end of Lake site to be selected ; four thousand l lighted, the Brandywine Light _
vessel -
| _:) laws. passed !by the Con may be found proper, in regard Erie, on a proper site to be selected : dollars for one on Plum Island, in if the same will answer the ..
gress of the Uulteu; i States, for the to the notes of local or State I at or near the mouth of Buffalo Long Island ; three thousand dollarsfor shall be anchored at or near purpose -
benefit. of the can} settlers in Flo Banks. No bank note for a less a- Creek. One on the west end of one on Tibits Point, Lake Onta- Tuckanuck shoal, in the
rida mount than five dollars is be Vineyardsound.
-and to received .
to Plum Island in
every description of Long Spund ; ; -
business nor that is rio.In _
any not payableon
relating to a general land demand. and one on Tibit's Point, in Lake the state of New Jersey, three ..
agency, maps r.f <<3e public lands Ontario.In hundred dollars for placing buoys at Sec. 5. And be it further enacted,
which were offered in May 1825, Kichard K. Call, Receiver. the States of New York and : proper sites, five buoys at the entrance That whenever the Light house directed -
and of those lately advertised for July 15. ut20thJ New Jersey, a light house upon the of the harbor of Little Egg to he built on a proper site,
sale by the government,. can at all] 1 Bluff, near Fort Tompkins Sta- Harbour.In near Buffalo Creek, in the ,tte rf
times be procured For Hale. ten Island ; one in Princess Bay, on the bay of Delaware, twenty New York shall: be built and lightedthe
Letters ('post paid) addressed to said Island ; and two on the High- nine thousand two hundred dollars ore ent 1i bt house near Buffalo

Richard C. Allen & Co. Tallahas THE fourth part of the undivided land of Neversink.In for a light house on the Brandywineshoals. shall not be lighted. And the Secretary -
lee Florida will be attended to. tract of land called "WalnutHill Delaware Bay, a light house of the Treasury be and he 4

Richard C. Allen & (' ," containing upwards of 400 on the Brandywine Shoals. I In the state of Maryland, three is hereby, authorized to -cause the
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July' 8, 1826. acres.I In the state of Jlfaryland, a light, thousand five hundred dollars for a light; house heretofore directed to
References, his I deem it useless to state the house on Cove Point, instead of light house on Smiths Island ; two; be built on Throws: : Neck, to be erected -
W In. P. Duval, Col.! Robert Excellency' particular situation, or the advantages Bear Point, as heretofore ordered.A thousand five hundred dollars for one either on the said Neck or ;

kr, C01. James lsden General But-: of soil, water &c. as it has attracted light house on Smiths Island, or on Concord Point, at or near the: the Reef adjacent thereto, as he
on Concord Point at or the mouth of i deem expedient.Sec. .
Call, Major Ben/ Chairs the attention of all persons, near Susquehannah river ; and may
Talkdiassee. exploring that section of country.- mouth of the Susquehannah River ;;": four tbqgsand dollars for a light vessel 6. And be it further enacted,
Jonathan and a light vessel to be
Robinson Esq. GadsdenALMAHACS For terms apply to Mr. Ambrose anchored' at; : at Hoopers Straits. That. the several appropriations
near Hoopers Chesapeake .a
or Straights
COunty Crane at Tallahassee, or to myself. Bay. I In the states Maryland & Vir herein made, shall be paid out of a* J 'r-

- J. Botts Triplett. ginia, six hundred and sixty six dol ny money in[ the treasury not other, :
Cantonment Clinch March 24. In the state of Virginia, a light L lars for placing i buoys in the river wise appropriated.
house on Smiths Island, near Cape I Potomac, to wit : ,One at, Port tobacco JOhN w. TAYLOR ..
C. W.. FOWLER,. Charles, on a proper site to be selected shoals, four on'the south side Speaker of the House of Representativei. .
fOR THE YEARn under the direction of the of Nan/emoy: / :Reach, one pn Lower .

WILL practice Law in Leon Secretary of the Treasury. Cedar Point Bar, one on Craney Island JOHNC, CALHOUN
and the counties. His In the state of North Carolina, alight Bar and four for ,
s adjoining \ designating Vice President of'.the U. States and
office is in the city of ,Tallahatsee vessel, not to be under fifty, the channel in that part of the River President of the Senate.. -
:For Florida. nor to exceed eighty tons, to be anchored called the Kettle bottoms. .
Saleat Approved -May 19, 1828. -
this Office. March II. at the southwest Straddle of In'the \.
l state 0f Virginia, ten* &I1QU-t f JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. "-. \

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: -, ) a 7. ORATION periods of her history ;'-and yet, : iriso 1> her' i is her ancient glory, ded the passage to:his';kingdom ;and repel the slanderous acc tiol .
Y I licentiousness of the-people,'and lung byufc\ ancient bards An then tbejLask,.what more -glorious there man was opposed to man, ef0' "
jJFRONOUNCED BY \. I barbarity of her Emperors hav<5 asionalshout is heard from a- incentive ? What more_ heart inspiring to eye, MHpf, in regular discing;
and her monument. cvan. you possess lined,.and military order. Trace out :
ountain5 plains
: 7'WM.. ALLISON McREA ESQ.I ever deprived her of a just right g er ; '
the title of a republic This blood"only points to the spot, of what men can (do, in a virtuous military career throughout, till tW

At the request of the citizens.. ment then, is the invention. of.... that patriot heart expired. cause, when resolved to conquer' or curtain raised & disclosed the gij,d
Tallahassee, on the 4th of July own immediate ancestors, a to die. They point out to them the drama, that closed : the scene: .-

1826, and published by the committee ment,. not,based upon the .do tri "Thus freedom. now so seldom sleep of death which: has so long The victory of New Orleans, j" :.
F of arrangements. of legitimacy ; but founded upon wakes, hung over them ; the bondage of shed.a halo .of glory over ourwhich ) ;.'
Your liberality and generosity, affections of, and supported by The only throb she gives ; their sons ; the tears and shrieks of will live fresh and bloom W '
devolve upon me, a responsibility, people."Governments". -- Is when some heart indignant their daughters, led into barbarous when England with. all her tfruie

as honorable, as it is important.The says an e breaks, captivity : They tell them that shall have mouldered to decay!
To show that still she lives.
wrongs of our ancestors, their writer, have been instituted for Heaven always seconds a gloriousand Thus, whether upon the land, orthg
pains and their sufferings, "are tales, common benefit mankind : and Italy, the land of genius and of a virtuous cause ; and exhort ocean, still we were the victors : i

though often told, that loose not might here inquire, if in their ; where poetry breathed its them by every tie, to rush to the "Bold, firm, and graceful are Ce '" j
their interest, by the repetition.Like ganization, the people have numbers : where the chi- combat, and let the rallying words, lumbias youth ;
in their result, the remembrance from them that benefit, which of her sons, and the loveliness throughout the day be liberty or And first, or in the tented field
: of a generous deed, they fill : their sinews and their strength, daughters*, added inspiration death. on the stormy seas."
our breasts, with emotions of thanks, are unquestionably entitled to that beauteous land. The tem Amid the bickerings and dissen-
for course of conscious rectitude. ,This a subject painfully iuterestin t of her Gods, the shrines of her tions which agitate Europe, &some- But it is not the duty, or pro.
The upright mind dwells with en- It presents to our view, the the trophies of her victo- times threaten her destruction. A- vince of your orator, to endeavor to-
thusiastic rapture, ujftm avell fellow beings who are have all shrunk before these merica is aloof from the agitationsof excite and inflame your passions, against ,- ,
speat life ; and every act that speaksin under the miseries of despotism ; I spoilers : ,The land of Li- the storm, and serenely reposesin the land of .our fathers :-4-
favor of virtue, excites the most around whom the clanking of of Virgil, is polluted by .the the lap of peace and happiness.The though they are our fathers, their ,
honorable emotions. If, then, in serve only to remind them, how mercenary, and the yet, clamors and threats of des- unnatural conduct acquits us of all j
our cvdiiiiuttium or me hiotory uf rible, llUVY Uoollt.tv i.J tll....ii xyO Muscovite "may tread pots, the proclamation of their ty- blame, in throwing oil'our allegi-
mankind, we discover any act, that tion. Look through the vista of on the asnes 01 i uiiy.' .1 ne luijuicui -<%nrl *.c.., and th Simmering :nnrp. in denying their right to govern ..
stands first on the roll of fame- turies, search the histories of too, of the olive and the vine ; of their chains, excite no us. Had she sympathised with
that proclaims the virtue and intre- world ; and man has ever been i ]land of the virtuous,the chival- -fears in our bosoms. We live undera our situation and ameliorated our
pidity of its founders-it js a moral slave of his ruler, aid whose life I Cids, can no longer boast of the government, where man walks condition, how differently would she-
and religious duty, to hold it up to liberty hung upon his lips. \\" of her arms, or the learn undisguised in his own native majesty have ranked in the estimation of the
the world, as a beacon, to guide were the triumphs of Alexander of her academies. The former ; and knows and feels himself a world. :Show: me an ally she never.
the conduct, and direct the footstepsof Caesar ? What were the )' of Spain has dwindled into in- freeman. Where the people are ruined ? Show me a nation, she
those who may succeed us. An resulting to mankind ? Their lib nirirance, and her once rich and the sovereigns ; where those in of- ever ruled, over whom the rod of
occurrence of this kind, has to day ties prostrated ; their pains provinces, divided among her fice, are their servants, and must tyranny was not despotically exer.
convened us. Where shall we finda at ; their minds enslaved and erS. Spain, of all modern go- bow before their sovereignty. The cised. Crouching Spain, with her

topic, so grand, so magnificent., or vated ; themselves, their affords the most melan- highest officer in this country is infatuate, enervate Ferdinand,
so sublime, as the declaration of a gone. Where is Alexandria ? reflections on the decline of amenable to the people ;-the power threw herselfinto. ,the arms of Eng.
;nations rights-a proclamation to vulture now cries around her \ When in the days of the that bestows, has the power of land's Guelphs ; and pretended as
the world, of the natural independence 1 and the Turkish slave is a Charles and 2d Philip, "I am a abrogating. Where can we searchfor sistance was afforded, while the former
of man-and an appeal to edged as her master. Where :. ," was passport through a comparison ? England where was impoverished, and the lat
arms for their maintenance and sup- Rome il/iserable, world : When her navies were I liberal principles occasionally pre- ter was enriched. The EmeraldIsle
port. What patriotic bosom, can Rome she stands like the ruins lords of the ocean, and her ar vail, and who has made some show the land of song and minstrelsy;
read or hear that instrument, with- some lofty battlements, whose triumphant: upon land : When of respect for the opinions of the where honesty and frankness, areth$
out feelir-gi of the proudest exulta- bled walls say to the passing commerce extended its traffic people ; is the only government that peculiar characteristics ; where
tion ? fPhat American, but gloriesin len, there Rome was. Such is the remotest-portions of the globe, presents herself. Though there the man :ins his heart upon his sleeve;
the land of his nativity The fate of Empires. Time, while it her treasures were incalcula- eye of the enlightened, once turned, is oppressed and trampled underfoot
land of WASHINGTON, the history of the destroyer of all events & ; :-who then, would, have hazar- as to a country, rich in learning, and by the insatiable ambition of
whose life, is the history of a glorious is equally necessary for the an opinion, that in three centu- powerful in arms, yet the profligacy England. The sons of Erin, who, '\
people : Of JEFFERSON, the ment of every thing glorious. she would be a mere cypher in of her ministers, and the influ- when they extend their hands, expose -,

patriot, the statesman, and the phi- broad and expanded oak, which r world : yet such is the case, It- ence of her rotten boroughs, have their hearts ; a're inhumanly
Josopher : Of HENRT, whose match- towers in: majestic grandeur I and Spain are fore.ver lost ; and forever strinned. A her of the little enslaved. But let England pursue
lesi eloquence, reared the altar of our eyes, and proudly lifts its patriot and the philanthropist, liberty granted in her boasted con- her mad and ambitious career ; she
liberty, and stripped the monarch to the blue ethereal sky, owes only mourn over their fallen for- stitution. Gradually declining, she may chain the body to the stake;
of a "speck in the ocean;" of the rise from a simple acorn ; and !. Let us leave a subject so will soon furnish another illustration incarcerate it indungeons& lacerateit
brightest Jewel in his crown. Tile that sturdy oak must totter and of sorrow, to one that must elicit of the destroying operations of time. \vith"ountls ; hilt the mind'
sun, which now beams with meri- beneath this great destructor. I praise, and excite our sympa That government, while she loaded cannot bound down :-Alof-
ilian brightness ove& this fair land, with the work cf human hands. ]. The "native seat of the mu- ;.I us with chains, and fastened us as ty spirit, will defy their scaf.
and exhibits a scene of glory and slaves to our task, was the cause of
labor and the ingenuity of man is now struggling to recover folds ; and like Irish patriots,
_ bappiness, unequalled and unfeltin erected governments ; they ancient fame : The land of Ho the high and exalted station, we at exert the most powerful elo '
t any portion of the globe, fifty risen to eminence ; commanded and Aristides. no longer owns present occupy. The war of the of the human mind fo-
years ago, first shed its r ys upon an first rank among the nations of Ottoman ruler : Through rivers revolution, resulted in' the defeat queiice ,
injured and oppressed peoplethatsun earth ; and bid fair to live to i'e blood, she is rapidly approaching and overthrow of British arms, and in break his country's chains, 'or ,
set upon a nation of freemen. remotest hour." Where are destiny : The Greeks are the acknowledgement of our independence die. Another Emmet. will burst
Smarting under the wrongs inflictedby now ? The heroism of their arms. The spirit of their ances- an act so galling, that upon the world, and the 8crp1 ,-,
a transatlantic monarch, our an- the wisdom of their sages-and I rs, is urging them to the charge ; time can scarcely efface it from 1 ire of the 4th beorge, will tremble I

cestors, petitioned, supplicated and eloquence_ of their orators S, live Mussulman blood now mingles their minds, or induce! them to forget in his grasp. Virtuous, and
jrayed : Their petitions were rejected : in song."So I her fountains and her groves c. : l their enmity. Buoyed up with a heroic Emmet, the humble tuft,
: their supplications spurned false nction of their strength and
; ; sleeps the pride offormer classic spring of the beauteous of grass, points to all that re ;
their mocked at, by a des- greatness, they again compelled us
So glory's thrill is o'er ; so long profaned by the mains of him ; hut the tears of;
potic monarch, and a profligate min Turk is crimsoned to the adoption of a course contraryto
And hearts, that once beat high millions, water his grave.Oh .
istry.Under these circumstances, his blood. The Greeks are the policy of our nation ; but actu-
their o:1lyappeal, was to the God praise, ally for the preservationof
Now feel that to the combat : Every Isl necessary breathe not his name, let it sleepin
of Hosts & the with whichhe pulse no more. honor. The late American
strength mountain and valley, sends forth our the shade,
had endowed them. A Spartanfew The ancient governments of dauntless warriors : war, is the proudest period of our Where cold and unhonor'd his relics
whose names, live in the recollection world, have all become preys to history : It established our national are laid ; .
of all that ,is great and ravages of time ; and there have e Albanian from Epirus stand, character, and gave us a rank, which Sad, silent and dark, be the tears
:: .good,and whose achievements command risen in their stead, those Ionian from the sea ; theretofore, we did not possess. that we shed, :?,
the first item in the beok of nations which Spartan and Thessalian bands Had we.tamely submitted to the
Europe, are at __ As the night....: dew that falls on tbe
fame, dared the majesty of Eng sent, apter subjects for re I burning to be free : oppressions 01 England, and permitted grass o'er his head-
land, to rescue their country from I would not, however; insult I Athos sees the cross on high, her to proceed in her course of
chains and slavery, and millions then : understanding, by drawing a 'I her convents wave ; dire aggression, we should have The crimes of England art]
unborn, from the miserable dependence -: parison between those and that fires the boldest eye, been a mark for the finger of scorn so black, so blazened is eve;

of colonial subjection. What der which we liveThey are night of slavery has gone by, to point at ; a people, against whomall ry deed with guilt, that her own
f a sublime spectacle does it present, jects of contrast, not of And God is with the brave. powers might have united in native bard, would now heSitate ;
of the virtue and valor of our revolutionary Despotism, with all its train crushing to the earth ; our vessels to exclaim "England with
patriots : where in the concomitants, are the Greece must be free : The re- common spoil ; and our coasts opento *
,history of the ancient or modern which actuate and govern the of her ancient glory, will the ravages of every rude inva- all thy faults, I love thee still'
... world, can we search for a comparison duct of the sceptred- monsters a sufficient incentive, to rid her der. Thanks to the intrepidity of It is usual for the orator, on
-- - '
? When Plato, the wise taught Europe. An alliance, having for of the chams-which for centu- our ralel'sve returned in3uryforinjury occasions of this kind, to ad

lessons of philosophy and politics: object, the prostration of have bound her. Of all govern- we met the "Queen of the vance, not so much, his otfij

When in the Pyreum Socrates principles, and_ to enchain, none have been so highly ocean," we fought, and conquered.Our private opinions, as the general
unfolded the plan of his republic ; adamantine fetters:, the free or so justly celebrated ; or little navy proudly waved its sentimentofthe people. P rdoJ

such a declaration as this, and such cise of the, ratioiiuMuculties of- the world, with so many stars and stripes even on the British him, therefore, if he is so 'OB;
S 'a government based upon it, did not is the grand lever that moves of greatness, and exam- 'coasts ; & 'she who had boasted, I fortunate to differ with ?
enter even the imagination of these machinery Europe. This of goodness, as that of Greece. that in one month, we should be totally as TM
highly gifted men. Those Vhelherve view her illustrious annihilated had these declarations :-
sages, against the rights of every being ;' the mortifi-
.4 whose efforts were devoted to the der the sun, against every thing achievements, or her cele- cation of beholding the American liberty lost one of its boldest
amelioration of the condition, and appertains to republicanism ; \ letters and in 'arts ; still, in Eagle, proudly waving over the advocates ; the people the?

happiness mankind, in their go- crushes every seintilja of \ light,_she commands our war British Lion. Our gallant navy, most determined friend: this,.-
vernmental and, individual conduct ; and erects tyranny i in their ; admiration. The splendor of whose "march is on the mountainwave world its brightest.ornament'
; whose lives were virtuous, &whose has usurped the title, of"Holy," r arms, live with the names of ," whose "home is on the the death of Buon parte* Tw

t ends were glorious-could not extend ken upon itserf, the regular and Theraistocles : deep ;" acquired a lasting, an imperishable monarchs of Europe, profess
: their foresight to a government ment of the people,oP Europe, 'dom with Solon and Socrates, fame : The records of and "
.... so grand, and yet so simple, that the establishment'of doctrine literature and the arts had its her, achievements will survive mon- to overthrow a usurper.
;; where is the American, who knows legitimacy. History, from the votaries. Greece shall uments of brass. They will never his ruins, they have erected_,
: not its forms, who is not acquainted liest dawn; to preS'Cnt.day$ is free /ethinks I behold the die most despotic coalition re C
) With principlesand though the plete with the endless repeti ; i "Time shall improve, his mellowing ded in history. He wished]
history of Greece in her republican human crimes ; but it c Iflh.* D-*...p dad rted spirits. of the mighty tou.cb.employ, be ,Washington ; but t ,tnj!
splendor, is replete with intense interest I % .. And mend the immortal The *
presents a spectacle, more deg who at Marathon tablets, not made him Caesar. ,pfl
and affords, to the liberal ding{) the human destroy."
family, or \ f "tra bled." liar situation of f urope, au )
mind, the richest
treats of nAich
patriotism -
our feelings
are so
; still, she falls, far short of and overwhelmed as at the ) '. Our dauntless military chieftans, France, required rthe..la, ",
those qualities which adorn our I I paraphernalia of E, '. over the land, & with discomfited the "conquerors of .a monarchof, no ordinary ,
vernment, and are the admirationand go- I chies. Every word that is"'; tial rays emanating from their, Spain,". the "veterans of WelJing-} city, :& Napoleon Buonap ,
of the world. countenances, addressing ton. We have shown the.se baugh- ,has shed lustre over
envy herendeavors a
in ed,; every act emanates from<< th m' in the language of inspiration. boasters
to establish ty that bravery, the native than
a republicanform councils, are death blows to French name, greater -- '
they are describing to, quality of our soldiers is :improved
of government, followed her rights of man ; arid nations that their former glory ; how with of Charlemagne. ..
by discipline. Let them
example; was even more despotic only raised one shout for '
hardy warriors they defied. proclaim the charge that safe- "He left at which1
than her illustrious model. have received our a name,
last and his..horde of barbarians '
: ty lies in an Indian mode world ,
The_ reigns of Augustus, of Titus, this deified association. warfare _grewvpale. ;j
Italy Leonidas & his taI*,
spartan band, concealment in bushes ;-the To point a moral, or adorn a
po ,

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,Let me deert these painful"home sense. Liberty of 'CousCienccallowing if we are not actively alert- to r .-t---I-s-, States Navy, the City of Tallahas 5
to !
f ,,;r id jurn. man to worship his avoid factious feelings, this fair t i'r ..IA11I see. S ___
States that were creator .....
wr-t home. .as'hemay deem fit, 'is land, will continue in her I '--- By the hon. Augustus B.V ood. __
fLy years ago, the colonies ofbreign i the cOnstitutional prerogativeof I situation, without a better present t: SATURDAY; JULY 2 2, 1826. ward, the venerable writer of the -

monarch; are- now'I every American.....Living un-' prospect. The good men of the 1----? Tbc: ,subjoined- --_ accquut 1 --oftncJcel_,I document have heard this day,

l{. flourishing and happy. : der a government purely republican nation, who might be induced cbration of the, 4th of July, was peace,Joy, lustre to his declining t
thirteen brilliant con- and under the genial communicated by the committee of years.
0 the ___ _i.*. ... ... to emigrate to so fertile n a-- snot.- --. By Wm. Allison McRea Orator
and ,
which then formed It-rangtment, would.not call for J
UI a
I my constitution which declares
tellations so benificent a region widshrink of the the march
new states in the any remark, but that it may: carry day, of learning)
confederacy, spirit of freedom
e from coining among abroad false impression ts to the the overthrow of despotism, & the
ae been added, which have all men.. to be equal : we enjoy those where factious feelings; state of ,political feeling at Talla- universal sway of freedom.By .

.;ven additional strength audmnort. the most unlimited blessings of and factious principles were "hassee. Col. George Fisher, General

Great as the Union heaven. And among all these only permitted room in their It is ascertained beyond all ques- I Jackson, the hero of New Orleans, .
much comforts ,tion that the friends General Jackson and the father
hen was, how greater is and blessing, let us affections. will L.- of the Floridas.
now. Florida, destined to not forget the more than winning Emigration in this town Sc neighbourhood, By captain Tilton, Florida, the .
,|be, cease, our prospects will be are as one hundred to one-and yet lookout
rank ship to great fleet of the
a mem- softness
ccupv[ a high as of our fair. If blighted, and; we shall presentto the old Hero was not named in the nation she
may a crew
,erothe Union, aiToi d. h': beauty, adorned with tli %weet- the nation, the miserable set toasts-why or wherefore, we that will enable her to take her sta-

[eld fur this occaSIon. How est of ornaments, simplicity ; spectacle, of a people[ possessedof know nut-this, however, we doJtuowI tion in the line.
ell might an able orator desIIPt If but to see is to admire If that on reading the toasts,
: By Carey
every blessing, that could complementary, to Mr. Adams- Virginiamay
10\, ,, )!! her various .fortunes, !, but a passing glance, loses the render life desireable & happy, <>ne of the Vice Presidents, read it her sons ever unite in defenceof
'Ha..d,. changing her rulers; soul, and entrances the mind in this -"J state rights. ,
I : preys to their own acts, to their ; way Q. A. P. U. s.- ,
d l{ ,u I \ settling down to her If to acknowledge them the own suicidal conduct. Then and further this deponent sayethnot. By Robert P. Boyce, John Quincy -

situation. But 1 brightest visions that -.,"-Oil- which.. ____u .rhf..-ri. ...n"nprt.. ... lnncr. Adams, the wisdom of his mea-
'( il PPy ever metthegat -- "'''n'louet .
on s.uch.a this
day as I
and boisterous applause intended sures and the purity of his conduct, .
us duty, by au ac- : of an enraptured
leclmewl en- sieaveusiailes upon our under'taking as is believed, to cry down, have obtained him the unlimited
l ment of my IncomII thusiast, be confessed ; the and beholds with rap"t any attempt at expressing party confidence of the nation.

G I perform it. This charms of Circassian eleganceare ture our devotion, to it, as sacred feeling, at the sacred' subbatu our By Abraham Russel Jr. our coun-

.iver, ill a climate, lost ; the softness of & as. to God and to u an.-On political salvation. trys Union, which ho foes can' sub-
I ,ibriffy defies even a tern loveliness is unfelt. The this day let advance Ag-ain, the toast complimentaryto due.or sections divide.
us to this
.It i : and from the richriitity I fire of poetic fancy could not altar the. rostrum, whence is the the President Secretary of the of state day-was-given by By '\V Dl. Boyd,.the sovereignty of .

In.In1..-. ,J ; of our soil ; portray objects so full of sweetness : IIIObt the people, a new doctrine, its safety -
proclaimed our unfortunately conceived, if
countrys rights, propos-
look forwaldymnt fully illustrated by the example
S '1' turally and devotion.hen edas oi I
an :
op and here lay down our prejudices expression public opinion of the U. States of America.
of the highest pressed by the ills of life when in this quarter: for on the reading -
and cleanse our hearts. i By Wm. Wyatt, Florida, the
lie republic. Posses- of tht toast-theie was a -
l. disappointment harrows our How much more patriotic, how loud and long reiicr spontaneous aced. !I hope of the emigrant and the key
Ivan that do
.*: tages we feelings, and clogs our enjoyments much more does it savour of Huzza for Jacksoti. stone of the south ; may her institu- -

.t U My anticipate Daters I ; the blandishments of the spirit of our ancestors ; and No none.of our good citizens, are tions be as pure as her climate is .'

it tat; < and the happi-i our fair, soften our cares ; and with how much more benignancy wanting in respect to the President salubrious ; her laws as whoIs mea

e iu''i) prosperity of our land. i lull in rapture, the cloud of ourSOlTon.s. can they smile from their of the U. States, -. yet but one in OUI her soil is productive ; her physical ,r
ht icuitins of that little community, would respond strength soon become as .
antiquities I In of powerful
every stage our
above and
seats in their
glory to the sentiment contained in the as her oaks are sturdy and ,
salute ;
ten. wtere our eyes, existence, they are solace ..-
our descendants. Guard well the toast, to the Secretary of Stale. under the influence southern
ud tell of deeds gone by; exile and our ornament ; & our passage conduct of your public officers; // licy lay by a foundation for a free po-
i w our] bosoms, the most I through a life checkeredby and
and they, relyingupon :you fut V anindependent government.By .
:,1Wft reflections upon the for- misfortune, is rendered more support, will proceed with caution 50th Anniversary of American ;, Dor.tnr Colp.man JnhnAI/- '-"- _
I cor/iiiion; Florida. Hap- as the confused recollections!'; ofa precision and correctness. Independence was celebratedin Berrien, the able defender of state

tv, l&ad, no porti >n of the Un- dream, than the lovely idols due this Capital with a degree of rights. S
Pay a to the laws -'
:.n.romciands the same hIghnHllo (;f reality. O! "Connal of regard splendor suitable to the occasion, I By Mr. Lavinus, may Georgia
and f by8j
tjMf morality, and highly creditable to the citizens and every other state in the Union
Anti- .
>? as regards your war and arms and drive them
: aid in tl cir support ; for what Tallahassee and its vicinity. : look up to the General Government, ,
JJl'l: *iiilaud climate, Ev- from my mind, for lovely, with avail vain laaws, without mo After the national salute had been as a child to parent. i ;

IS. iiock recalls bistoriJections their raven hair, are the white rals. Watch with jealous eyes, fired l, the Marshal of the-day (llobt. I: By Doctor Orr, the memory of

'3. t and reminds bosomed daughters of Sor-- the encroachments of luxury P. Boyce) formed the procession on I: Emmett &. Orr, glorious martjrs

H hiJ !ait l there have bleached i. lan." avoid is fascina- the North side of the Capitol square. in; freedoms cause.

1' 'J" k of many gallant pio- l'houghve possess all the tions.ainoiigyou Above all be true to His Excellency the Governor of By Walter Saunders, may sec-

;'t"<.... ':J 1 mouldered to decay ; blessings which liberty bestows the Territory and all the constituted tional feeling nor private animositiesnever
yourselves and then Americas
,IWJUIL i. S r fountain of eternal still it ; authorities attended and proceededto prevent Republicans from going -
[ L tstens the recollection. requires some exertion t will be the arbitress( of the the meeting house, whither all heart and baud in celebratingthe

k i on our part, to preserve world, the great protectress of the ladies of the city had previously birth day Liberty. '
,ng events cast their them uninjured and uniinpair- the rights of nan the repaired. 1. The day we celebrate-the
before. ; chaori .. ........ ...
'1CJ' Judging from ed. Liberty consists, not so pion of true reii ,tuu', mvoniy .x liv ta. --__.__ wt"n", Ihp.n ufiiyth anniversary of our Indepen
l ll' ipid increase, and her: much in the bare word itself, ain sale guard of morality. She addressed by the Ret' Parson Smith. deuce: and first Jubelaic_"year, a
lb what the I i The Hon. AUGUSTUS B. WOODWARD glorious demonstration to the world
S :osperity,_ may principles which actuated will be known throughout the ,
I icipated? As she is & urged us onto the attainmentof world first in all that enables occupied the attention of the of the wisdom and stability of our
assembly with a _few_ ., _short..,,. hut. *.ln- institutions.
? t j extremes of the Un- that liberty. To these prin- and enlightens the human char- -- ? -- x *wquent
remarks preparatory tohis rea- .2. The 1 first thirteen U. States,
d oint of geographical ciples we must strictly adhere. acter her ( in the field
I : prowess ding the Declaration of Independence, may they be the last to sever.
on'' II' n, so will she be in The decline of the republics of and her abilities in the cabinet when he finished the music veryspiritedly 3. Florida the brightest visions of

er. Her coasts shall : Greece and Rome, are beacons respected and feared : The struck up "Hail Columbia fancy, can ouly paint her destined

Ct ,vith her commercial to warn us of the dangers that usefulness! and splendor of her ," and were succeeded by the ': eminence in intellectual, moral and ... "

W't.;) I labors. : Her agricul- :.. surround us, and to guard us a- works every where admired orator of the day ; WM. ALLISONMeREA political worth. I

I:1i. first in rank & wealth ; gaiust those evils, which were and appreciated. Do all this, ESQ. who delivered an a- 4. The memory of Washington.

hen she will present a scene the causes of their decline. and though the Goths and ble tion., enpassioned and eloquent Ora- 5. Thomas Jefferson, a living
monument and
happiness ; and her fertile While I view party spirit, as vandals of modern Europe, After the Orator concluded, the goodness-the greatness splendor exampleof of his

Ids, rich as the "gardens ofulin necessary to the preservation of with myriads of myrmidons procession again formed, and pro politic career, is only equalled by.

the East." My fancy republics, let it be tempered should press our soil : Thoughthe ceeded to the arbor, wUon a splendid the benignancy of its decline.
|unUlier the Barbacue consisting of one ox, U. ""fc* "-- "T .rI.1 j ailowiig
.. brightest star inc with moderation. I consider black cloud of despair, touclof' times6hifW -' .. _
I American constellation ; the one party, as watch. upon should lower on our heads, and fowls oe sheep.,hams two shoat and fish, three and dozen hibited in more striking coors their _.,
ten veget-
Jopioiouson polity, highly the other. The acts Qf the par hope, for a while desert us : ables,in the greatest, variety and a- moral-and political virtues. ,

'ised, and eagerly sought af--. ty that may be in power, are Still 'we can repose in safety ; buidance, awaited their arrival. 7i Gen. Lafayettethe compan'J'J

r: Her orators, both forensicd so strictly scrutinised by the The genius of liberty, and the About one hundred and fifty persons ion in arms, and bosom friend of .

I parliamentary, shaking the minority ; they are watched spirit Washington!'; will ho- participated. Washington, needs there a higher

alls with the thunders. pare with such Argus eyes, that no ver over our land, vill be our The hon. Judge Macomb presided praise ?

[oquence, and unfolding to the thing can be done, injurious to' shield and buckler; and and.their honors Charles Haire 8. John Q. Adams, President of
the U. States of America learn- .
arid : and Ambrose Crane acted l as first ;
1 to the
brightest pages of[ our safety >r prejudicial amenity
banner in triumph Sear- ing, experience probity and -
The star and second vice andlsharavG.
'e law when spangled \
: she will be the interests of the nation. Outlet station
the of his high ,
are virtues
shall wave, : as 3d Vice Presidents.The .
odern seat of the muses her not thjs spirit degenerateinto cy the wisdom .
; ; party the set toasts.A his measures bespeak
ademies O'er the land of the free, and the following were .
raising their lofty faction. Never may the home of the"brave.Notice. great number of volunteerswere of the statesman and the comprehensiveness
nets to the skies, and herDS country be disgraced by one of drank, but all not recollected: of the politician. :
eminent -' 9. The Governor of this Territory -
among all naorAS the same character, that existed i VOLUNTEERS.By .
S ,for all the great and O"oudalities I during a late war ; ta factionwhich I. the President'David ,B. Ma- his prudence and energy locatedthis

that adorn the human threatened the destruction comb, Henry Clay, the Orator, the spot as the capital of Florida,
Ir hereby given that the following the statesman whose : his anticipations be realised. ?
nily sand may
; when she will enjoy of this young and vigorous IS named negro slaves, Jaracs, genuin republicanism was strikingly i 1Q, The army and Navy of the

a choicest blessings of Hea- republic ; and which was only "Baccus, John, Yorrick, Eliza, Hen- manifested in prefering the Ci- U. S.. the splendor of, their military .
n, and rank among her sister saved by the weakness and timidity ry, Joseph, "Romep, Torn; Katy, vilian to the "Military Cbi8ft n. I and naval achievements, has' .

tee, *J the cypress among; of those who attempted Flora, Felix, Festers and William Adam, be-C. By the 1st Vice President Charles] exalted our national'character..
rubs. Upon such an eminence it. Civil commotions, with all longing This right therefore is to for- Haire, Esq the American Eagle 11. Greece, may the recollec-

she destined_ to stand, and their horrors will ensue* ruin warn Campbell any. and all persons from trading and Harp of Erin united-the for- tion of her ancient fame, incite her -

e shall all live to see hernrishing and desolation will be the re- for any or either of them, or mer is above the Lions reach-the to glorious deeds, and liberty and

in intellectual, mo- sult. That faction, with alUhe any part of the lire stock on and a- ,latter beyond the tyrants power, the cross, wave in the proudest triumph ."
1 land bout the plantation Hugh L. and may-ibeir\tunes of masonry ever be: over the Turkish crescent.
political wanted .
worth, as thee villainy of Cataline on- W'm. C. Campbell as the same togcthcr -' Hail Columbia' and Erin go :Bragh, ,12. May the returning Jubilee, ,
oaks nvwthrOW the .. .. ... .
that 1 liic firmnA tn -
surround us. v ... enable hail the
heLl a.J MW &6. ---- -- -- --- with an flundiwdea halt 01 .with th ,Allegro "Yankee Doodle us to political nfran'i
Ceres shall be practica- republic ; but these trembling eighty acres of land the same whereon dandy. chisement" of the *onld. ,..:
ttlmmed: and when all cowards shrunk from an act, Hugh L. and W. C. Campbellnow I'',' .By: the 3d Vice President Isham 13. The American Fair. ?

ffiSrexclaim'virent their bosoms panted to accom- resides, is bonafide the pro. .G. Searcy, the state of Georgia, the "The world was sad- the garden >> ".
Where are they now ? perty of W. C. Campbell & HughL. firm and independent stand she has was a wild; *
Ti he American plish. forgot Campbell has no right to dis-' i,taken far-defence of state rights 'entitles And man the hermit sighed! till woman
Union affords un1amented'-and: of the
dying. of any part or parcel above "
pose of smiled. -
her to the gratitude every' S
Ina.Dy interesting topics, and ten; living* the pity .and 'contempt specified property without the I .
80 teplet with More consent of Wro. C. Campbell or, bis Republican.By OZw are authorised to announce S -
rich of all .en. "
I factions attorney, nor-will .any sale II his Excellency the Governor,p. dol.:David B. MacornbtSacandidate .,
can proper "
these "
scarcely desert the aho)>uid "
particularly, General.Andrew Jackson. county #
., Leon
b.*t. made'by Hugh Campbell J>ercognUed *- t represent ,
: & "ob )
Very blessing, that be consigned: to. the i as ralid. j By Colonel James. Ga'dsden, The in the next Legislative Council: : .

S J could d egirc, can here ,be livious pool' in tbw territory, ,-. Ede: Van.Evoar,' political.compass of Florida without L July:22. '_ if :_ !
;l )ea. Freedom'the press not yet possessed of its sove Attorney infact forWro.CCampbtU.- 4- eastern or western variation may or Ve are 'authorised announce ,' ,l
ni SPeech the talJ If these feelings are it point! to the polar star. of union. Edward R. Gibson Esq.asa "
great -
fljberty bOSO l8 Tallahassee, July 16. 31 ..By..Capt. Ramag&of the United I candidate to represent Leon county
r !sks J liu? their ,moat are here pos- permitted a seat in out I I .. in the next Legislative Council* ,
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-_--- -.;.._.:.._- -- !choe.erADlIlILaA9 LAW
1 quarter year-and provided also the city, tile offender shall be liable Received by the NOTICE.

- Ordinance No. 5. that any one keeping Billiard .Tables to suffer a penalty of not more than THE

for public use, shall be autho- five dollars on conviction before the subscribers hating: .

For the establishment of a city Li- rised to keep third Billiard Tablein Intendant or any two members of the riected themselves in tbell'prt
I brary and Museum. the same room by paying the fur- City Council : Provided, that in all FOR sion as Attorneys and COUDIeUo

Be it ordained by the Intendant ther additional sum of three dollars cases, the party fined, where the 48 bbls. superfine Flour, at Law, will attend the .

and City Council oj the city of Tal- and twelve and a half cents per fine exceeds one dollaj, be entitledto 20 do Pork, courts JacKson Gadsde Dd'4

IJ: latiassee, That there shall be, and is I quarter year. appeal, to the Intendant and city 20 kegs Lard, on, and the Inferior courts or Jitk,

r hereby established a city Library On each and every vender and council, and provided further, that 5 bbls. Mackerel, son and of Gadsden counties ih0 Ue

andJlfuseum, to be known and distinguished retailer of goods, wares and merchandize I when any offender, who is convictedand 8 sacks Salt, court' Appeals held in Tal
Their office is
by the name of the City two mills, per dollar, of fined, under this section is una- 2 kegs Tobacco, see where in Tanab '
they at
: Library and Museum of Tallahassee. stock in trade, as given in by him- ble or unwilling to pay in money, the' 5 half bbls. buck wheat Flour, suited. may times be ea.' ,

% self on oath, per quarter year. penalty may be commuted for imprisonment 1 barrel glauber Salts, David B. Macomb .

; Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, On each and every retailer, except at the rate of twenty 1 do Almonds, ,
That the clerk of the City Councilof tavern keepers, selling less four hours imprisonment for every. 8 kegs Powder, AllisouM'R

the city of Tallahassee shall, in than a quart of sp ritous liquors: five dollar. a Expect to receive in a few days March 11. tl

virtue of his office be librarian and i dollars per pual'ter-on license first Passed June 19th l826. two or three hundred barrels corn. -

r keeper of the said Library and JHu-I had and obtained, from the clerk of Charles Haire, Intendant.Geo. f J. & N. HAMLEN. LEON COUNTY, POjj'REGULATIONS.

seum. the city Council.On E. Tingle, Clerk. March 24. .

Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, each and every tavern keeper July 8.

_4 That it shall be the duty of the said or keepers of houses of public County Cowt

Library and keeper, to collect, receive entertainment, for man or horse, the THE SUBSCRIBER,

preserve, and dispose of, all sum of three dollars per quarter.On A LIST OF LETTEKS. HAS Just received by the late arrivals April Term 1826.

funds, books, and other property, each and every practising attorney and has hand his
at store
Remaining in the Post Office at on James Bryant was
appertaining to the said institutionS ; and practising physician, or I Tallahassee :Florida which if not late the store of G. Davis & Co. an receiver of taxables-William appoint
he shall deliver to the Intendant a surgeon, the sum of seventy five
taken out before the 1st day of assortment of t meron Collector of taxesGE.
written cents
engagement faithfully to per quarter year.
execute the duties of his office ; he On each and every pleasure car- October will be sent to the General Summer Clothing, Dry Goods, : 1'inglevas appointed c

shall also deliver to the Intendant a riage, six and one fourth cents per Post Office as dead Letters.A Hal d\yare & Groceries. Treasurer.

bond with penalty and security sat- wheel, per quarter year. Ordered, that the following
isfactory to the Intendant for the On each and every gold watch, Adams Dennis, Augur Elbird. For sale on the lowest terms in ty tax be levied in the county'Leon

faithful five cents, B this place for cash only, or all sorts for the year 1826, on erej
execution of his office. twenty per quarter year.
__ Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, I On each and every silver watch, Bailey Col. William, Byrd Joshua of produce taken in exchange for white male over 21 and under J

That a subscription shall be openedand I Ii twelve and a half cents per quarter : H. Brooks Willey, Brian William !- Goods. years of age, fifty cents.
preserved by the Librarian, for year. Bryan William B, Bryan Abrm. Russeljr.March Every able bodied slave over I

funds, books., specimens in naturalbistoi'y On each and every pack of cards, Bembery. C 24. and under 50 years of age 25 cesi
Clendening Alexander 3 Clements Cattle head each cents.,
sold of dealor per
and uther articles, of use, or disposed by any or
I Benjamin Crane Charles 1'l Every keeper of a tavern 5 dc I
'- taste, and curiosity ; and there is retailer twelve and a half cent per Carlisle o Rent.THE lars. ,
I the number of Willi ln.' D
hereby appropriated in behalf the pack-and packs
City of Tallahassee in aid of the sold to be ascertained by the declaration Doyle William, 2.E house and lot, formerly occupied Every retailer of spiritoui

said institution, the annual sum of on honor of the dealer, before by Wm. Wyatt as a Tavern, : quors except tavern keepets) fide

two dollars payable quarterly, on i the city assessor. Evans Josiah, 2, Ellis John H. fronting on the south side of the I lars.
F Public for further Store keepers, for each hundr
Square particulars -
or before the first day of January, Passed February 18, 1826. ,
Fountleray Wm. L. Fahm GeorgeW. apply to Wm. Cameron agent dollars of stock in trade 10 cents.
April July and October in Charles Haire Intendant.
every Fitzpatrick for .\. Erwin For sale fifty bushels On auctioneers,"one quarter
year, to be paid faom the city Treasury George E. Tingle Clerk. Benjamin, Foscuc I pt
first Also
Benjamin. G rate corn, one or two pairCobiipigs centum on the amount of their COG
uu( vl
ly appropriated.anj-nonica uut previous June 24 tf Green William H. 2, Greenwood i ,1 full. blood, if applied lotimmediately. missions.Doctors. .
of Medicine
: That Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, Ordinance No. 7. Robert, Grey. Edmund.H Wm. Cameron. three dollars. per anna

every person subscribing a June 24'
Tallahassee 2t
Lawyers annum three dollar
quarterly sum offifty cents in aid of Further to provide for the peace, Hollingswarthjia J. ut'hin- per
All free male coloured
the said institution, shall be entitledto quiet, and good order, of the City son Joseph, Hrfgne3MSe|, Hyde persta
vote for four directors of Tallahassee. Jesse H. rinrnnhrf Larin. Hart over 18 and under 50 years of ar-
one of --- ---- -J ------I ---- STORAGEST.
five dollars.
whom to g J out of office quarterly, Be it ordained by the Intendant aud David, Hall Mrs. Eleanor.
All free female coloured]
on the 3Ibt March, 30th of June, City Council of tue city uf Tallahassee .1 MARKS. penes
14 and under 50 of
Jones G den 2 Jones Stith F. over years as
20th of September, and the 31st That all animals dying within ,
three dollars.
December, in every year. The In- the limits of the city of Tallahassee, Johnson Robert. K THE subscribers have recently
Ordered that all cattle lanronertv
and commodious ,
tendant of the city of Tallahassee in shall be removed by the owners Kemp Elias. M a large upon
Ware House St. Marks and of nersons who are or il
at .
Morris John B. McDonald Gilbert
virtue of his office shall be a dire thereof within twenty four hours after &
Myms Mr. McKenna James Mes- aie now prepared to receive goodson be for the time being non-resdenti
tor andshall be president of the the same shall die. ,
toe Charles. P storage j the charges will be m"- this Territory there be levied ab
Board of Directors. Sec. 2. Be further ordained, thaton
derate, and the strictest attention of five cents head
Pritchard twenty
Martin Pittman Ethrel- per
Sec. 6. Be it further ordained., failure of the owner or owners of the and
_WTt3the J.7Ji hagan John 2 Patterson David paid to receiving deliveringoi annum.
That thft hoard of director cKoli any SIH'i *> ---1-7 *" *" ,
Philips Albert. any consigned. Ordered that David Tho
haH be ,
same, they by
make devise alter and amend
will also
They receive and sell at
the marshal at the of Robertson John, Rogers Richard, John Caruthers,and William Wjibe
from time to time as occasion city expense : small commissions Cotton
may any goods, -
Ray David Richardson Aaron.S appointed commissioners
the said owner or owners, said expense I
require, proper regulations for the I or produce that may be entrusted
aud to be adjudged before the In- I to them. survey and layoff a road from fi

emenation reception, for custody the use preservation of the articles tendant or any two members of the Shaw Jeremiah, Sweet James Lewis N. B. A large assortment of goods North West corner of the City
Sullivan Parker Sanburn Ira. Tallahassee, the nearest and bi
papertaining to the institution.Sec. City Council. and provisions kept constantly on
7. Be it further ordained, bee. 3. Be it further ordained, that T I Hand, and sold very low for cash way to Ellis' Ferry on the OckIc

That any person, persons, or bodyof any person discharging a gun or pistolor Tennille Benjamin 6. V I J. &. N Hamlen. ony river, .and make returns ably
VickersJesse. W to law.Ordered
deposit in the said other fire arms, running or gal- April r. tf
persons, may Ward William 2 Wilson Dr. R. S. that William Ca
horse 1-
institution books other articlesor loping a or rapidly driving a
for or carriage within the city of 7 allahas- R. 2, William Henry H. Webb, CABINET MAKING, bell, Jamrs Cameron and Th

property- -custody- preserva-. James, Weathers John. Y H. Chamberlain be appointed c
the of
see, to or danger
- lion and emanation for under.such
Youig Joshua.J. AND missioners to survey and lay
shall forfeit and
the Board of Di- the citizens, pay,
regulations as
G. P. Master. I road from the city of Tallab
rectors in their wisdom for each and every such offence a Searcy, i
may pro-
WIIllIL the nearest an d best to
five dollars July 1st 1826. way
Vide. sum not exceeding on ,
conviction hpforo tho Intendant or Marks and make return agre ,
Ses. 8. Be it further or CtfU.d-
--' _-=r--.iJn/ranan mm Keeper any two members of the City Coun- subscribers respectfully in- law.
shall quarterly or oftener pubiickly cil. Wm. Wyatt, )-) Attachment to THE their friends and the public Ordered that John Edm'

notify the reception of all articles Sec. 4. Be further ordained, thatno vs. J. Superior Court generally, that they have opened Neadham Bryant. and John Far

,received into the said institution : person shall be allowed to retail Ede Van Evour. J October Term. a Cabinet Shop) at the corner ot be appointed commissioners to

Provided, that the same be done spiritous liquors without first obtah- 1826, May 6th 182b! levied on the Monroe Street and Washington off a road from the Georgia )line,

-without cost, chargeor expense. ing a licence from the Clerk of tie Defendants interest in the following I Square, where the business is carri- or near the point on the line

Sec. 9. Be it further ordained, City Council, under the penalty of lois and improvements lying in the : ed on extensively, and furnhurr tween Georgia and Florida

That the office of the clerk of the not less than three nor more than ten rity of Tallahassee, viz : lots No. .i made agreeably to best style And the commissioners of Thomasty

Cjty Council of the city of Talla- dollars for each and every such offence )114, VO,78and 116, also on sundry most modern fashions. Georgia have located a road

hassee is hereby appropriated for on conviction before the In articles of household furniture &:*c. SEEING IS BELIEVING.The that county seat over the ne

the use of the said institution' free of tendant or any two members of the has Notice been is hereby instituted given in that the a above suit and best ground to St. Marks-

any cost, charge, or expense for the City Council. case above firm have lately em- make return agreably to law.;

4 same. 6ee. 5 Be further ordained, that ployed a few additional hands from 11
"W m. Cameron Sheriff. Ordered, that Stephen
Sec. 10. And be further ordained all store keepers and traders, deal- May 19. 6t New Or cans whose general ac send, Edmund Gray, Lewe S
That the and l quaintance with the above businesscan -
proceeds of all fines, ing trading under licence from Asa Townsend and
penalties, and forfeitures, accruing the corporation shall close their be no better recommended than! ret be commissioner
under the laws of the corporation on store or shop doors, every sabbath The Post Office. by giving a call and seeing the fur- appointed
lay offa road from the Georgiaat
the regulations of the Board of Di- day at nine o'clock in the morning, niture finished by them--said firm JiBe
I Is the the
rem'oved have for sale oC the first or near point on
rectors are appropriated for the use 1 under the penalty of not more than to the store of C. C. some rate
0 of the said institution. I five dollars for each and and R. W. Williams. Persons who cabinet trimmings, which they will tween Georgia and Florida, '
L Passed everyoffence take newspapers out of said office dispose of on moderate terms. the commissioners of Ervin
February 18 1826. recoverable conviction be-
are required to for them Having a large supply superior have located a road from that
,;.. ( harles Haire lutemlant. fore the Intendant two pay quarterly
or any members aDd
in advance*, of they will not he mahogany and other appropriate ty seat over the nearest '

George E. Tingle, Clerk. of the City Council. delivered, tho the money may be tendered I timber on hand together with readymade ground to St. Marks, and maw

June 24 tf Sec. 6. Be further ordained, thatit for them singly, no letters or furniture, they will hence be turn agreeably to law.

shall be the duty of all retailers of pamphlets will be delivered out of always able, and ready to attend By order of the Court.
Ordinance the office uriiil they are paid for- punctually to all orders forwarded
No. 6. spiritous liquors to give immediate Ck
this rule will be rigidly observed them.ALSO- C. Nicholas>
information to the Intendant
t any
# For raising a revenue for the city two members of the City Council of without respect to persons. Turning of every description will June 24.
of Tallahassee. any riotous or disorderly conduct be done with despatch and in the

T. Be it ordained by the Intendant that may take place at the housesof Tallahassee, June 2'4. 3t best manner. Sale Lots .

and City Council of the city of TalI such retailers, and on their fail- Notice. Robt. P. Boyce, & Go. In the Village of TL

I lahassee, That the following rates of ure to give such infoamation shall November 12. tf Thomas County,GC
Taxes, shall be levied lIE purchasers of Lots in the I ft1
upon the articles forfeit their licenses ; and in 'no instance T -- -- --' Therewilibef' a
hereinafter enumerated, (tavern keepers excepted) City'ofTallahasse are informed acre Loti in the abo'vfllP.
that the monies due [otice.
that is to say-on each Billiard Ta- shall they be allowed to sell any spir.'I I-of the first instalment for on said account lots edfor sale on the.second )1

ble, kept and used as a public Bil- itous liquors on the sabbath, under with the interest thereon will be ALL, are cautioned August next,,on liberal and
liard Table, the mm of twelve dollars of forfeiture of their II persons against terms-sale to
penalty a licenses received by R. Butler (one of the trading with William Wyatt, modating '

and-fifty cents per quarter year as aforesaid, on conviction I Commissioneruntil the.fil'lt day of for lots No. 78, no. 150 and no. 114, from day to day until all are.

-provided that any one keeping one before the intendant or any two August next, when all notes unpaid in the city of Tallahassee, as b& : for sal$. .
Billiard Table for public use- members of the Council. will be Duncan 1 .
City put in indiscriminately holds certificates of said lots ui- .Ray,
shall be authorised, to keep a second Sec. 7. Be itfurther ordoinerfthat, -. Robert Butter, ) n lawfully, and refuses to give them Win. J. Forson, t ?

Billiard Table in the same room by in all cases of offence, other than Ambrose Crane, }S _i.O1fluu1S'. up to the proper owner. Michael Horne, J sici .

paying the additional sum of six dollars those hereinbefore recited, againstthe L H. F. Simmon. ) Sloneri' Ede Van Evour. ,Simeon Hadley sen. J

and seventy five cents per peace, #


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