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: October 27, 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
lccn - sn 82015186
System ID: UF00079920:00016
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Succeeded by: Florida advocate (Tallahassee, Fla.)

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FrLI50 ItespeoUully} informs his *' ',-l, bribtrs. Prciidentofthc ,U State t. ." 't .

t4 -s TIlIttJSTON BY friend and the public, that he : t he' p..act'ice. Have jUft rceivedrrom N. Orleans .- I.'Npur:5 a1 Adams of law President, J,. John .:'tt
**\* I in has located himself in p in the City of .
aluum. DUVHU'C the city by the Puckt.t Schooner
pCr' the U. Slates
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aliahasste o do
jt'ife ... of Tallahassee and offers his ;. he will at all times .. J
services be found at his residence (on the lIt@IPlIg hereby proclaim to make known if-

as a practitioner, .of! north-east of that a public.sale will be) held..at.. % t.
. corner the
Capitol ..
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l'BOSPECTUS. Medicine bbls.
and Surgery superfine Hour,
having square) when riot on profesSional the Land Office al Tallahassee,
studied his profession in the Universiiy 320 bushels Liverpool salt in West Floiuiia(
OF THE : business. on the third ..t
..-' ...I intelligencer.fhe Glasgow, Dublin !and, Tallahassee Aug.? 4thti.lTlori1a in sacks and! in Bulk, Monday in January, 1,827, fop t-;
( Florida ___ _, 20 bbl prime: Poik: I ,
; and the of _
navia- be- Edinburg, from his exper1ience : ? 1 | | disposal the Lands situate
undersigned Land Agency.An 6 hhds N. O. Molasses
.I of tire t LO- having practised in Europe i in the District of Lands* offered jI
proprietor .. office 15 ails.
the for the ktgsassorted
t :, CoLlie UilormSpublic North and South AineriTca purchaseand for sale at Tallahassee, and In
)'0. I IvTELLICEKCER, sale of lands is i -, 5 Jegs Tobacco, .".-.
"t"'ft. IDA opened at the townships'hcreafter .
! .: J that it will beeiteraud I hopes to.merit a share, .(?f- Tallahassee.It Window glass in whole and viz .
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.t. ; the ; public : :
.. himJt He be
,,' I e :ted published oJ found may is known that the rich landsin haJt'o cs, I Fractional townships No. 1
are the Capital of at all times except when Scotch, bagging Is bale Rope. :
0"d. t absent Florida are Well adapted and 3 north of Range No. 2, ,
on professional duty, atGo With a variety of other articl -
: .
FlorwaWe !. Pindars the culture of those great .sta- west. ,

. Editor is fully aware of June" 24. tavern. Pies, Sugarcane and sea Island: ,; !It ji.too numerous to be men Fractional township no. 2,' _;
: tf tioned.
to north of ,
SnOl'ibihhttachcd Range 2
1. the I e Cotton-That srentleniftn who,. nc. west. :
-" ----- --- for'cash
the qualificationsBCC.5ry I Extract from Circular For salr low by Fractional\ -no. 0'
4t aud the visit ihis countryvitb a view to townships 2

: to render 3 Newspa- of the Secretary of the Treasury permanent settlement, labor under J. Malony, & Co. and .J, north of range no. 3 west. ..

usc-fai and interesting to theAmenity the Receivers St. Marks. Fractiuual township no. 2
to of Public many disadvantages in the
Ic doesBO H. P. Branding Co.2'ailahufsee. 4 ncLc north of range no. 4,
at large.
iit money, dated the 22d purchase or location of lands ; west. _

-.. I lay claim to those (1t1iLi"SjasueflOr F eb. Ib2b.lln which it is believed might be ob .
cqi his "t.. -, I} .f "f' ; flurk rractional township no. 2, _
degzeeyct ei n- viated ..... :
this olfice.It
by -
utlanion north of 5
It -
: to specie an range no. west.
1 i/e loiuriish
a stan endeavours with correct- the l bills of the HanK vf UIt' is the intention of the undersigned ami U iike&c., Fiactionul township no. 3, _.

his Patrols United stales and itb Branches, to be prepared with j. & N. HAMLEN. north of range no. 5, west. a

II.d and carry intelligence) of the passiiz hich are recfhabu- all special information relative to : Fractional Townships n'o.. 2 ..
4f and with Offer for sale at St. JWctrks, "
) events of the day, siienls to thi' U. bljteb, lie moneys the quantity and extent oj the and ;, north of range no. 6 west. .

;0 sirh:: miscellaneous. matter as receivable for public laiuts most valuable lands. which may 1 40 bbls. prime Pork, l Except the Fractionufsectionson ,

will! render his paper interesting.F'rj.Ia I n Florida are ust'oJlows. Tat be offered for Sale by the government I 20 do. primeV hiiskey, the Georgia lint'/]

r.f : having no yqice in the 'otes of the incorporate BunKbi or by individuals. i 000 Ibs prime Bacon,. Including the. cou ty adjacent .

Cecils of the nation upon senerr.1 i Boaion, City Aew-York, Books will be opened for the 1 1 bbls. Flour.. 'tr/, to the town of Quincy.

.1'I subjects, it is unnecessary at PUia.ielpiiia, Baltimore, ctisiric Registering of all estates which JOO bush ls Yellow Corn, Also, townships no. 3, 4 and .

this time to designate the politi- o: Columbia, Richmunu, buth may be committed to the chargeof 50. casks assorted :Nails: from 5, north Ranges 9, 10, 11,12,

' cJ ;(UrSe he illicit; be induced Ct II'(;iinu, G ..l'bia, "S W O said office with drafts and de ,"-,(t. t.; :30 ,
1'r to p:1 '.ue.: it is sufficient to ob- :cansand A ;banaa.: But u.is sCl'iptions-special examinations (bbls. prime N. 0 Sugar; Chipola country, and part of the -- '

'cfinisiiori io rcciivtthe 0 backs vtavatid green.Cufiet Hoiuies Creek settlement. .
liaf! it will h A IERIi. : u.sor
e an :
! Sjfre will be made iu all if deemed
"',' 'u'ri.i for its of !,jcal; ( tale banks is onl) lov cases 10 tlo. St. D. mitigo Cutlet Also, fractional sections no. ..
. (!s : : : :; objectthe .. '
'. the 'ratect.fItUI.fr. >j' iu force, piovi.icU- that trios- necessary.The D bbisVaCli and Apple: 'i!, 3,1,8, IQ, 11, 14, 15, 17, 18,
fl /
vci' r !< g: said
r I/auks i .pay ss l.ccic for their nutti office will be pre- Brand) 21 1 Si::, 23, i-7, 289, O, ami 31,
/ TLeal concerns offa'lLcri f pared to atter.d to all business relative 50 SULKS Houionony Salt,* i in fractional
111 demand and are olhfi \\'isiit, \ township no. 2, ,.
>',T\t, :i'j'-icuUurttl; interests quad creUi. ror the iniorma- to the perfect completion 15 bbls. ol t, Nob. 1, si. and S, oorlh of range 4, east -andiractiopal .

*, iUfclimate, populate! : :ion of puicliusers ..1 l public: adjustment of land claimsto Mackerel, i sections no. :1, 24, 25,

various improvements whi. Ii ..a.hdi.t. icLi It''l civer. will pubaj, : business! appertaining to 5 bblb. of prime Shad, 2o;, 35 and 36, in fiactioualownship .

are everday making in this. in- in ji.e ne\Vipaj ni his District the donation or pre-emption laws 5 do. mess Beef, for faniil) no. 3, north of Range ,

tere thjr: n-jrliuii of country, will a l list 'of the uciCupiion ol funusvnich passed by the Congress) of the u.)r, 4, east, all of .which fractional .. .. '"

be e r'\: ?; id zealously attended he is lier;. jy authuiizco United States, for the benefit ct 10 !bols. prime .N'.O Molasses.. sections: are. bounded by the lake .. '

t tj to, and; he fess! a pleasure, I in i icctrivc, and he vail give noucijn the early settlers in Floridaand TOGETHER IVITJISUt1) 11ckast.kr. .

j'ati.-is: : thatme gentleman, like manner of any ciun&t'uiuch I to every description of business : Sj>en". k tuliuw candles, The sae to commence with,

of re;ne.tableiterary: talents may occasionally tuki relating to a general land perm oil, whale ditto,. no. 1 1vJiockulaie ihe lowt$: number, of section, '

in different'pails of the Tirri- place. But in :t11 such publicu. yout.g hysou, gun- 'iQ\viishipand range, and to pro

torv! have assurer? him of theIrassistuce l uUi lit- will tate that' aiifjougli agency.Maps of the puJ1ic"lands.whicb, j '}pow cier and iuipoiial.t*.ae..ip.r..T.fjrdys -'_e i.d. in!:! the order.' debi ibnated ia '
for the acconimodaliou of ? : loaf sugar powdei shotano Lhts PI'GCfdH Pon. '" .
and will pur- *
were ofTered in 2lfay 1825; af. 'i '
bv their labours hasers the local and State BaUK :ial, LOj{rtic' tff&ndy, uiatjcira, : T1ielands-tcseied'bylawfor 0,. .' -. A'
to render the those advertised for
lof lately '.cnenffic j he of schools
notes therein enumerated and at niuiu l : a, claret wines, ur>e or for other. -
Florida htelii encer, a vehicle: sale by the government, can at titillaucf ) ,.and the .fractional l 1A
present receivable, it is clesiruble gii., jitiiuica rum span- t urposes &etl ;-
ffsaeral::! i'lformation. It is of all be
that pa'tn.t be nxade in procured. '>h anti anitricun cigars, cus ions bounded by the Georgialine I

the last importance fo the people specie, or the notes of the Bank Letters (post paid) addressed ngs, iron und steil, plou);!ii .t will be excluded from sale.)

of this: Territory, to have a of; the U. States and its Branches to Richard C. Allen &, Co. Tallahassee i-ouUis, frying pans, bhOVt )is and Given under my hand, at the

p-vr: } -'ducted upon Isclepidu and that, as the receipt of a- Florida will be attend spade;, iatl irons, hats, shoes, city of Washington, this

) it .rincipals, as the more 11)' ';f the local or State,, Bank edto.Ii doiiicb'.ics, scives, copcrass, ai.um i 24th .day of May, A, D, -

F'ori-1'' : is known ahrpad. the notes Jttay be discontinued ai (ftichard 0 Allen & Co tilarchn\ of which they 1826. 'p

i Uflre! r;. id will be.the tide of any time without previous tic' July 8, 182{$. ." :oH'ei for. slr low for Cash only.Si. : ohn Quincy Adams.

t flJigi!'" : to this! favoured re- tice, it \\ ill bi well for those' .* hu References, his Excellency ; Marks, Sept. 15.., 1',2U. ti'I .By the Pn, jde..t., ;
t ?n vj !>ie sooner shall &hc have payments to' make to pro'lde ': Wra. P. Duval, Col. Robert t George Graham; I

I* MUrd as another star in the themselves with specie, 01 Butler, Col. James Gadsden "p i'ost Office Notice.: Commission of the General.

A' : wsnhere.; notes of the bank of the U. Land Office.
ran Tile E- ,
General R. K. !
CallMajor Ben// THE Eastern Mail will i l, ar- \ .
c'-i!"? therefore confidently looks States or branches, to guaru ....
Chaires Tallahassee.
rive on Sunday the 1st of Octo-
f irard to a liberal] against! any ,change that ma
j Is* and subscription be fou.id: proper in regard u/ Jonathan Robinson Esq. Gads. ber at 6 P. M. and, depart on Meratten Proposals. .

the Citizens a prrmtt f th support from the notes of local 01' : tate Banks den county. Samuel. R. Overton ,the Tuesday following at 6 o'-- Stone and'Timber nted. -

**". 'T'hlonsturi.ro'n1'pTO s Territory. 0 bank note for a less amouri : Pensacola. e>. clock A. M. and will arrive; and Navy Agent's Office, .

-! TC than five dollars to be ivceivcu, ;-'? AN'T ?bTOHIRE.r .depart on the same day and : Pensacola, 1st August, 1826. -

Tii" F I\'J_ _nor any thitt is not payable on IBER.\L wages will be jjivA ,hour, every two ..weeks.i '"l SEALED PROPOS.llLS.I'

OiUfJ.T"TF.r.J..Ir.E: demand ; e.n for two, active, industrious Gr. Searcy, L. M. received at m>. ofh'ee'>uiw

erR wiM' Jp' .iphn.shed! : icccllt: at Kicbard K. ( all; negro fellows, by the year.. Tallahassee, 28th Sept. 1826. WILL 1btlI October neat for tin ...
t "' /t-''.! couam or the following materials,- to
fii per payable iecei\r. Enquire at this ofl1c "upply
i (''ranceAdp : < \ 3t. build a wharf: the .Navy Yard, viz; : .
.-.pine.-ts' i.iserted. -, July 15. ..ut20tlJri4UT5SCflBEB! Sept. : .. ALL peroi! indebted_ to the 10a-l68 Cubic feet of umber
at ,
-' -- Post. Office will please make of the followjng dimeusions via
fit'.e'' ; ,
.- ic-r for the I fir En1ptipn Law
square! t 1)l'e- ,
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; :payment by the 6th of October, 1218 logs, 30 feet long and 13 .
erhJ:! a tff'y! : cents: for each HAS just received by the late DAVID B. MACOiand! .
i or their accounts will be placed hy )14 inchessqare. ,
seitjo. arrivals and has hand at his "
ZfeJ1! the! number of on WM.: ALLY ON McREA Attorneys in the hands of an officer for col 1228'do.' *8 left long, and IS
insertions must be specified o- store late the store of G. Davis and Councillors at Law "
14 inchesquare.
lection. will by ;
Accredit ,be'giv- 4
e-uispjLbey nil! be nuHibhedil ] &. Co. ar assortment of Summer will attend to all business entrusted en in future at the Post Office 576 do, 21 feet long, an'd' 13'by '
U L1I! or3ered out, and chargedaccordinly. { Clothing, Dry Goods, Hardware to' their' care, arising un ,therefore it is hoped no 14 inches square. : ,

and Groceries, for sale on the derthe law Qf Congress grant person 5,852 Perches of! Stone,
will ask unreasonable indulgence -
;.. __1 A. S. T. lowest terms in this place, for ing pre-emption rights to set suitable for the construction of a sub.
cash only or all sorts of produce tiers in this Territory. The of as it will be positively stantial and durable wharf. ;,.
Storag ,
at St. Marks.; taken in exchange for Goods. file the former: is in Tallahassee refused. .1. Gs.. JU1 the logs of thirty fect.iniengtbmust

l'HE subscribers have iccent- I, of the latter, in Quincy, September 29 .2't be of Cypress: and it would be
f\ brm. Russeljr. -. preferred if the wholeof the
erected a lar'gca: and rom-, Gadsden ----- really[ .
lnorlj'Jus March' 24. county. ff Co timber COtlJd be obtained vf'that description -
Ware House at St. 11 Quin, '
tf .
Mak __ August 5. \ If Cypress cannot be procured '
and aie now L 'VB. -
prepared to for the whole or.a part of the

fl'cent ?ops on st;'ra ;e ; the. I ]Sotice.DEPARTMENT Sixty? Dollars Reward. J. ". D. Byrum, tfCo. J balance, it must be getten out of the .'

d41I'rrs will be nv.derac, and OF STATE, BY writ of attachment,. to the heart of Yellow Piene. It must be free

1,t.ht' sirictest atsentinn paid to the July 14, 186. I WILL' give ten dollars for S'uperiorCourt of Gadsden couh fi'OD1.all. defects, particularly wind' .
,t-tCij in the.safe deliveryof hoy I by Fall Term 182tWThis is togive shakes, large knots and sap; to b*r.
and delivering of To obviateJhe risk and delay ty
any nicely and exactly hewed and out of .
; SANJ5Y who broke1
I the
tonSl name I hare the
tW(1.Ther incident to the return of the notice:that ,4 by :wind. ,
will also receive and sell Bank Notes from this Department Jail (or rather was .taken out) oq request of the Plaintiff; agent The Stone is to be of the best quality 5 -

JJ small the night of the 4th instant, he levied the said wri of attachment that can be procured in this section .' _
comnmsions.any goods receivable the trea-
is a yellow made, of. and to-be delivered of '
yiton. fir ,produce that be negro spare upon the defendants interest country : .
4 wtrustrd to them.
RAI v for patent rights,. all persons feet 6 or 7 inches high, has a trunks to for. the purposes for which. : C: '
three supposed contain -
.irgme assortment' oftods desirous out Pa- it is intended. ., .
oftaking in his and is
g( nrt provision, kept con stoppage speech,. Merchandize: also, on one All) the above: article. m to'be delivered '

t nantlv on band, and sold tents are requested to transmit, hard to understand, he will probably Ban, Box,.of bonnets. found in at the Navy Yard, Pensacola.- .. "

". for rash" very with their applications, such L make the best of his way the house. of Maj., James A, Aa it i is. contemplated to commence' -

notesor drafts as they may knQw,, f"r.St. Augustine. i will alsogive ooten-tliis i 16th Sept.,'1826.Win. the work on tin- first of October next,
i'.J. &. N.
Hamlen. inn! the stone
dollars for the portion of timber and ._
be. advised will be available fifty appre '
2-prH 7, tr" or Cameron, will be required 'on'or before Jhat day. '

at the treasury. hension and safe delivery of the I. D.' M. rshalJi., M. F. The materials "will be.subjcci.tO..thcv ...f- ... S.
.11. s. THE 19. 10t villain 'who aided and assistedin usual inspection at the-yard, and payment .' .
US TO.iV August. ( 'September 29' 6fMMBV .. ;:., m
COUNSELLOR -" getting him out;J.r prison. -'d.-- will be made for them 'only a* 'S :
DR. E. ,TUCKER. WM. CAMERQN, -- : they are delivered. .
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ATr. AND TENDERS his professionalservices Sheriff.Leon: County Florida, C..", W. FOWLER, Bond,with'ample and approved se- ; J. -.
O it % EyATLAWT.' i Law 'inL curity;. 'will inquired.for the exact :
p to the Tallahassee October 6, 4t practice
public. ,
'> H r' WILL and..faithful execution: ,of the contracts.
practice in (1 the
the courfs and adjoining .
o1 J ne24. :tf '
]L eon, Gadsden and'Jackson. His; -' "POINTING. :- 7; : BIANKLL. counties. His office ,is in' *the a Samuel li>.Oyerton, -. .

1 1I tI residence is Tallahassee. p .E L. city ofTallahasseeIFlorida.' I ..XavBgent. -

Alay 5. tf Executed with neatness and despatch.. despatch at thii oftce. March, 11., / .I .' V t15$. .,i--< Vp
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.j,., .. ..'... -- seniei4s; yo.piss. regardto ; '" ; .ra cpuntie, In'
-' :' bone, fuVinme: 'U acceppihe invlta- tiIinstituted': iii: the_ ; County! ;: r rnitifry ; for. )I f
Ir4iflhe.i.! : .. (-Ok.} 8 1n4nl :; JWi; !pvetbe t \ every tQte ,
1 'EDIT .SOLILOQUY: i in gr'ateM'Vand pleasing recollection lion of' the. Qovernnient. of-. 'Af.. ex,. C urtvlthmvnJearsa1id: this Id d*,* r" W ent.r ndeter'" t. 4
l: :- : {themorei} ;' so, asI.* feel: I, ico: 'than in,Gen. Bernard .to "accept > .not.because there'is. any Want judge gets $4. There ark!. t
l. Tlie following{ :edifying myself forced'to,become %riexiieJVom that of the. Government: of I of confidence in the .correct in- ven counties. in the 'fer'.i

j discourse: between J Julius et, :: my country and from a the U. States ?'We all acknowledge tentions ofthemaiiwho J fills,the. Hereis at once anamQ"': O!}. qtl-

I Cusulus, is the parody production service, r f ng'1he, ':' offic}ts' of : << the value of.his services bench, for all who know him $n6Q; Suppose- then; lh UIlt"b" 11(]

f of the Ediioi of the which, there is but one who has this countrY' i and I hope and would'willingly bear testimcny siness which they may do w!)
P.. Western. Courier. It seems served-as long as myself. Com. trsst Mexico ',,experience to his integrity, but because the I term time to produce them ol .1]

l;. 1 I.his editorial. brethren of the Rogers wras. the first Lieutenant; equal benefit from mine, shouldI system is continually changing, : third of the amount above to? 1t
has inserted and I was the first Midshipman, accept her'offer. I. insomuch that if a :suit be instituted tioned, ,and it would ,seen eQ.
: who.ell .ered the present Navy; I S The profession of arms has under' it, the suitor has the judges pi* tjiese ..coun t C
t: ; his name as a candidate deemed dish. reasonable probabilityof from .' .
; and we served together on board never n a- bardly receive theTerritory feoplei Jot if
F T for the next general assembly thcfirrl frigate that was launch ,. ble, and whether 1 go to J learn it getting his judgment, before although it i is t I

1' 1, for a merry jest or abroad ed. S or to teach it, malignity only can the law creating the court shall they do not get it out of theu.a rue

I i" mark to riddle with Should I determine on accept- find cause to censure me. changed, or perhaps repealed sury of the Government,, I

i $ their shafts of wit. What he- ing the command offered me in I have served my country with ; because the court is required sum of$2346 ; within fifty roue 1i
''k the Mexican I to fidelity countryhas treated to sit.but twice a at dollars of'the i 1i
< [ \ gan in play on one part, ended Navy, beg you my year aggregate,ami
: .-v -. "- *_-- in earnest by the Cou be assured that I shall do so Under me with more than kindness.She .- nearly the same times when the proposed to be paid to the 9ld :i
the most thorough convic- has estimated my poor exertions Superior Court is appointed to Circuit Court judges.If I .i
ti: j rier's account for offered .
[ many tion, that I should fail in my duty far beyond their value. I hold its sessions ; and because the foregoing! remarks meet I I'I
their assistance
'" :-, procure to myself and my country, shall ever feel grateful fer the the judge is not a lawyer and' .your approbation, I propose tl .
[l' the editors election, batbeing were I to decline it. interest she has manifested for I lawyers alone are qualified to pursue the subject in your next>

L recently promoted: tu Resentment for the past, (as me, and the praise she has be- be judges. This last remark '......

.! the high station of ni.ijor he some have conjectured,) will stowed. It will be a severe may seem, to those who have LATE FROM COLOMBIA! I

declined seeking a further have notmngto do with my de struggle separate myself from been in the habit of looking at The brig James Coulter I
, ;. .. liotioui\ after the following termination. It is truer 1. eel such a country.. our Judicial system with tolera- below at Philadelphia
V between that I have been harshly dealt Until recently, I have had the ble complacency, a very bold
sharp caterwauling terday, brought us
with ; and it is true, that I am happiness to pass through my official and broad one -hut .I will venture van'ofo
his ambition.To of Onraccas
his files
: fc.ar'Rlld almost every day made to feel life with the entire approbation to go farther and,say, thatin papers
j.i To run or not to l'Un-that i is the ques that I am not yet restored to the of the Government of that every other country it is the :1st of September, and
; tionV1iet1ir:- good will and confidence of ths country.-But 1 now find myself deemed, and acted upon, as a private advices to the ad in.

'ls better in the mind, to Executive. What is past, r can after twenty-nine years of con self-evident proposition. The elusive-We have not room '

It-'{rt'r'- ; r The suffer scoffs and sneers of our jealous forgive j. The evils of the day, ,stant service, under its ban, for Tailor who makes my coat, is recommended to make any commentary

;-',T'. ': rik! ; I[ can bear,*-but I have the ut- doing all in my power to support to my patronage, by but shall merely remark that
r "i" Or quit the field to their election, most dread of the future. I feel its lwhonor and interests !" having made himself master of the revolt General Paezij

."." And bv. withdrawing end them. !-Tonti that I have nothing to look for If the only reward of a faith- his trade:: ; the blacksmith who
now drawing
:: Verb *succeed.-and: by succeeding, from the government during the ful discharge of duty, of a laudable shoes my horse, is entrusted with conclusion the a speedy
: end present Administration, but con- desire to sustain the "honor the job, because he has been for by disaffection

: "- Our duty and a thousand fears we entertain tumely and neglect.. And seeing and interests" of the country, years a disciple In the, school of among his followers,*

'Tis that there is no controllingor is degradation, and if there is no Vulcan ; but the Judge who is to the be.st of whom have de.:
Of beintr! laughed at a consum-
t mrtion protecting power, to whom 1 power to control the Government decide upon my liberty and life, serted his cause and marcfct
f' Devoutly I to be wished. To stand :--- can look for redress, I cannot that inflicts the punish. according to Law, the most intricate ed to join that friend of or-

r; to r-in bear the idea of remaining in a ment, then farewell country, ;and: delicate of all the der and the' Constitution th I
For office; perchance! t. lose ay, ,
f theres the nib, situation to be again exposed to farewell friends, farewell to every sciences, has never troubled brave Bermudez-The Liberator .;
: For in that losing race what .quizzes. treatment, similar to that whichI blessing that this country and himself the least to acquire a eneral Bolivar
S may have already experienced from this-life can afford: if the enjoyment knowledge of the rule of his de- ,
T .. He crac 'd at us for'our presumption was momently expected, as
the Government.I of them is only to be purchased cision. The primary object of
: Must give us pause : There's tne re
spect.} have met with much sympathy by degradationWith establishing a court, is to give his sister residing in Caracca.sj .
.5 5 That makes c-ilamily of our elections ; from my fellow citizens. in sentiments of the high- the people a forum, at which received a letter from

For who taverns would. bear the expense of general, many of whom believe ; est respect, and with the best they may procure a speedy and him requesting the Mecessa

Thetu.rnal's' ; wit our opposer's conluiaely tint I am an injured man, and wishes for your happiness, I remain satisfactory adjustment of their ry domestic arrangements to
many gentlemen in Congresshave : your very obedient humble differences. The law is the be made for his reception in

The bII1-sniggering' friends-Party grum- assured me, that I should :. servant.S rule by which this adjustmentof all this month :-
S .
I receive from that DAVID PORTER. differences is be effected. t
body protec to
The ins'lence editors,and the spurns Caracas 3d 18264Momentous
Tlml': -?, call has been made on the Executive -- against him, will confide in its Political changes : ..
Wlieii'he himself might his quietus for information. OUR JUDICIARY No. 1. correctness, when be reflects have occurred since I(

S }' declining makeS Who would rack his I feel grateful for the sympa- From the Pensacola Gazette. that the man who made this decisiOn last wrote, and their termination -

brains, .5 : thy of my fellow citizens, and Sir-Allow me through- your .has no more acpuaintancewith remains veiled in obscurity -;
S And co-ix and treat to be a ..repreaeatulivo. 'to those in who wish 'this rule than
Congress, paper'to present to your readers himself? ; the time, however.
But that the dread of labour--want of. ed to protect me, but neither ', a plain statement of the True it is,that in relation to the is rapidly approaching when:
_.cash---- .- t tIle| one nor the other have been present condition of this branch great fundamental principles ofmeum dev
I the result will be fully -
Those urging motives, from whose influence' : able to relieve me for the present of our Territorial Government, andtuurn. there can be no

No candidate is exempt; --puzzles the i or give me hopes of security and my humble views, in relation material difference\ of opinion eloped-Paez, but a short
.+ S will ; for the future. The. punishment : to the modifications which it re- among men of sense*. But it is in1 time since was received ,with

.- And .nuke us rather stand a poll, I to which-I was sentenced quires. And first I would remark minor points i of practice, that a universal enthusiasm ;-his

Than." fly, tlie/course! ant 'leave it uncontested I I and which 1. have borne. I that our present county Judge, who has even devoted his favorite troops los Bravos de

S Tims a vance iruikes candidates of us all without murmuring, has passedoff court system"(if a system it maybe whole life, to the study & prac- ,A pure last week left Caracas -
Aud thus our supporters, I shallow without any abatement what- 'called) has shared the fate of tice of the law, is most liable to to join Bermudez, '(who
bra MIS, ever. The Executive has been all political measures of doubtful err. How impossible is it then
Are s.ckied o'er with a pale cast of you know is now Commander -
thought; influenced neither by the voiceof I expediency, in the variety of for a man, whose time has been in chief-,,urious other
AnJ oar success in gaining Totes for the one, nor the call of-the changes which it has undergone, consumed in other pursuits, to ,
office, SS other, but to the last, has manifested i- I insomuch that- now', the people decide these points correctly.His emergencies, whlc! leisure
With their, ,rc.artJU. S merely for the a rancour whick has been I have no confidenc6 in its per- decisions would not give satisfaction will not now permit me to enumerate -
pay )
increased and the ]law the suitors all lead to the
Destroys.tn_.. intent suffrage. by every expressionof manancy, creating ; relying
S -5-- ---''-'-"'!'.;--- : --Jiii I the good will of others towards itisy; except in relation to the upon his want of knowledge of conclusion, that a crisis is,

lD m2m Jl'O me. This feeling, which probate powers of the Court, the Law, would in almost all approaching, which will restore "
-- has been bequeathed from one little less than a dead letter in cases appeal, and I believe Imay tranquility and puMic
; SUCKASUNNY, (x. j.j Sept. 1826 the other add would in almost all
) t S administration to may the Statute book. : ca- confidence create incalculable _
; A Tew days before Oommodoi2 remain, to my prejudice, an heirloom In 1822 there was a Circuit ses succeed in their appeals. : or '
S : ortel.left this country for in the Government, at least Court established, the Territory The first great object of a Government 'calamity & distress.JFe .

1 I Mexico, he :bent me a letter as long as I can feel an interestin was divided into two circuits. is to do justice; and the however, hope for the a

containing an explicit atovyal.of the events of this life. And Each of the Judges of this court second, hardly less important, is best.

the motives that would govern under these circumstances, it received a salary) $1200, and to give satisfaction. The system 7'he Sister of the 'Liber-

S him in accepting the offers of would, I conceive, be but a use- they were' required tov hold of government which fails tador, Gen. Bolivar, has recently --

1 Government of Mexico, if less waste of my time, as well courts quarter yearly, in each of in the latter object, is defectivein received a letter from
he should accept}) the same-and as a voluntary submission to tie- the. counties of their respective a most important particularand him
requesting preparations
the circumstances which would gradation, were I to remain lon circuits. But-for the support of must ultimately give way toa domestic
( for his receptionin
impel him to become an exile ger in the U. States' Navy, if I. this,court it was necessary thata ;' better. )
all this and thereis
from his country. find honorable and useful The I have month
can tax should be levied-and the principal reason, as t
toe it to Commodore Por- employment in that of Mexico. old inhabitants,' who possessedfew already intimated, why the Circuit no doubt that he will be

ter, that' the people of the Uni- Let those who would reprove, or no resources, who had lived I court system gate way to here. S

ted States should be informedof me for leaving my country to upon the bounty of the Government I the county Court system, was Gazettf.

these motives and circumstances embark in the service of a fo- of Spain, and who now .unwillingness. of the people .
S :-a duty I: can perform reigh nation,' reflect that I Jut pond, that instead of being sup- of the Territory to bear the.ex- From S the New York 'American.fFe .

info way more satisfactory! io pursue my vocation. If cannot, ported by the Government under 'pense of keeping up the circuit have before publishedone

S : L the public or to my bivii' feelings ,find employment from the Government which they lived, they were court. I presume, however, of. the tw/o letters from
than! by sending you a copy here, where can I look called on in their turn to'supportthe that even those who were most rho r Sr'S
., S of this letter for p b-lication. I for i it in this country 1-My life Governmentmurmured clamorous upon this subject, our countryman Allen, ,-
is serving in the Greek W a-
S am urged to the immediate perk has been spent in the Nayy, I loudly at the necessity of pay- would agree with me,.that couldwe S r if
formauce of this. duty,., by perceiving have no other professiou, and am mg; this tax. Their com now establish and.keep up a vy, and whose recent'v
: .that certain *Editor( of too far advanced to learn a new,S plaints reach Washington City circuit.C9urt; which the law to London has been mentkmv;

S S NVspapers, attribute to the one. The command tenderedto and!' the law was repealed. .... mightbe administered, with cer- ed in the public papers. W&

Commodore motives.of a mercenary me is,the most honorable that S At the succeeding session of tainty, uniformity and .satisfaction have, by the Howard, just

character. in leaving the can offered. It is the com- t the Legislative Council, held in to the people, at as little received the annexed, f?*
-I service of his country, and*' entering mand-in-chief of the Navy' of a 4823, the memorable cffort was expense as the county court occasions lines from him, dated from 1

: that Mexico. young and prosperous republic, first made to establish a Territorial ,it would be extremely the residence ,of Lafay t eiand
S I awwithgreat respect, in amity with the United States, judiciary upon a plan some- desirable to have ,the ,circuit them to shdw' !I.'J..
S Your obedient and very actuated- 1)1 the same -feelings thiqg like that on which it now Court re-established. To the publish 'a I
Humble servant, and interests; and struggling as stands. In 1824 it was consid- task then of proving that we that be at least, is not dist

5 :. MAHLQN DICKERSON.. she I has done against despotism,J, e'rably modified. The old law 5 couraged in the good cane. .J

S --- for the establishment' of free: waj repealed and the old judges may.The judges of the County May he- and -it yet 'triumph :>

p WASHINGTON, Feb. 19th., 1826. principles., Let'those who see went out of office. In 1825 it Court, at present held two sessiosfis Dear Sir, : [lias beena. \, ,*
My/ Dear Sir :-I have been disgrace in the act, reflect on wasagain: mate'ria1ly changed per annum. If this tribunal long time:since I ,have wrlt'ten .

prevented by'a variety of circumstances the unparalleled honors which;. 3rD'iHs now no' longer'what it was should ever be of any use you; but as..! non. have;

C S from replying to they'have bestowed, nay, heaped in 1824.In I (and if there'be no prospect of a fine opportunity, Ij trill! S.,.

S your highly esteemed favor of on.Lafayette: .for doing the Escambia county? where this, in Heaven'sname-why not 1 am"'well in e*-. .
the 13th: until this moment. same thing. Why should 1. be. there is more commerce, and abolish it) the,number of causes merely say "'

c Be assured, Sir, that the interest disgraced by what was considered -, where, therefore, more 'litigation ,decjded, by it at each! sesf. ion will cellent"l1eal hand spn'?tI tt'1;
in e._
S you have taken in my so honorable in him, ', De-I might be looked r i than'hi not be,less'than. ,twenty, averaging and still employed: ,
S I concenis. and thev shes and I Ii Kald, Kosciusko, Steuben&c. :any oth part; off the Territory, the Dockets- ,of the courts goodcause: of Greece. I: are

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parls..11 few days poxrer _created' -trftboutIheif u n:8\it: hIs .: .MGii.: '
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consent and .
London, where existing beyond ., S
: (rom their Jlgce.' 01ptb1ic bus* control ., pbopie. gj Y 'v' C tnsz4oft.iid ATTORNET
1 b'are been' Greek GoverlUesst -. In Rome indeed it was otherwise -- 'IMiIi, on tfie'20th-inst._'itt I'the residence at LAW, propoesto' practice

for the for ; :for while.the consuls Norfolk Ant. rican. keIem1., ofhis Father nearFal&bftuee: the oo'rts.f_ Leon, Gads'den, '
and rill leave and t, JackiionOrleans:teller, aged t..n ynfl. and
i praetors were chosen by the Jackson counties .his re* "
to morrOw ten moiuhs and twelve days. 'This in-
fla'w people and accountable to 'TAi..LA.I"tv. terestin yotith Ld almost attained hit sidence is in, 7'allaliassee...
'Ler" ; "
Our affair iu hem. ., eleventh ,the I October _
.1 n(1'. the Senate was a hereditary year generous and manlvfeeUpgs .,:-.
J110rD of his, bosom
wete already
Greece 2lfpl'cscnt arc veiIhrpe body, whose decrees "- f FUI1)AY. OCTOBER 27, 1826.. .1.GEN. beginning to expand the. vigor unnb'fcsttrty A. S. THRU8.T"l.N"ftCOU : ,
[ llicy the t>f his mind was'fist"developing,.' SELiOB.: -
bat ; popular officerswere ; -.
bAd; the belter soon. in %CALL & COL. WiiiT and-1 promised: in riper iemlldui; ...
for general bound to .ne& to: his and AND
country Happiness tohiymcnts
hfle The
letter MJ'
almost deserted by execute. Hut, in the 'United of Col. J. and his friends.,But with thedawn ATTORiN: K'Y'AT LAW.. .
rt union dated the 4th'June 1825 of all these when p
world ; but virtues Ik' WIl practice in the courts of
whole States.every officer in eve published in the fondest and .
Pensacola hope
the Gazette expectation wa; Leon : '
Gad&len and
will Jackson.
save His
trd 1 persf\'erance ry department of the government -, is hereby withdrawn. succeeding >y tl\e happiest reality t
residence is in Tallahassee.
a odwill be merci- I. when his purems htp.rts were rejoicin; .
is a representativeof Daniel E. Birch, > Friends of at the coming day of his maturity, the May'5. ... tf
ft Christians stroking people, and ultimately Henry Yonge. J Col. White.At cold and unrelenting hand of death, II .
al- I has swept hun froiii the. world. "Hi .
independence, :: '
their accountable to them. Adjutant Generals "Office.
for all the disconsolate: parents, and,t.hfritluj
though deserted by "ThenVC call our government a meeting of the friends of who had marked the progress S of hi- Tallahassee. Oct. 13 1826.
; .
1 mmd, and the virtues of his 'Itieart,
As for my part Gen. Call and Col. White heldin wit.
a Representative ,
one, long lament his early doom, btitlie. iia.- GENERA) QRlJERv '
S ted to the cause, andSrecce we do not in general attac h Gadsden County on the 18th left a lIfe of trouble and misfortune TO" the Generals '
fall or flourish, 1Srfp its full day of October 1826, present for one we trust, of happiness and .re .
to the
Uo meaning term; Capt. James Ramage and Col. pose.xxxxxxxxxxxxxx. commanding first, and sec'6Hd
] With her. my we are apt to be misled by Butler the Brigades Florida Militia. .
I on part; of Gen. Call,
countr -
i rm ge our the popular signification of and You .are hereby commanded r
C1r Capt. D. E. Birch and Col. Company; orders.
I ID en to assist In some more representative, and to think Henry Yonge on the part ef : THE }'aHahass! e 'Independent to organize! the Troops! In your '

iubstantial manner, this UnbappyIcople. only of one branch of theLegislature. Col White, and after a fair, can- Volunteers, are hereby or- respective Brigades according 'I I ,

God knows, difl and full discussion of all dered toa"j
.-But in truth, the to assemble on the public BJT"order of the Governor. \
they are worthy\ of our aut the Fresieent of the United matters in dispute between the square, in this place, on Satui- I IJSHAM G. SEAR'CY : .

I would write you much Mates, in the exercise of respective parties, have concluded day the 28tb iust. at 10 o'clockA. Adjutant General. ,
an honorable and amicable j\l. for
time review and
but have scarce his is inspection. October 13. .
more high powers, as mucha '" 2t :
termination of them.
> It is
moment to write at : particularly requested -
it this representative of the James A List roC Letters.
about lea v- peo- Ramage, that the company wih!
ft\\\\ Urn now of the no- ple, as *a member of either Rob Butler, l pay' due attention to the above Remaining in the POST OFFICE

jug the residence Houses of Congress. 1/eis Daniel'E. Burch, order. at Tallahassee on the

Lleberotfayelte, who is selected by them for the ..' Henry Yonge.Grievances I By order of the Captain. 1st day of October 1826,
friend of our .. .. ... .........--r.. r... I
3Io I a 'arm discharge of certain duties ; considered and WM. C. CAMPBELL, 0. S. which if not taken out befor

good cause. On my arrival he is accountable to judgesof presented by the Grand Jury. at October 6. the 1st day of Jauuaiy next

in Greece, I will write you,. their appointment for any the October Term of the Superior wili be sent to the General

and give you a full descrip malversation in office, and Court for Leon, County'. \?) 'W rI.;. w Post Oiliceasdead letters
A -
tionof our affairs. In the The undersigned'Grand ,
he cannot retain his u Jury.
power r.aiimer Armistead John Adason.
I mean hue I must say, fare- beyond: a limited time, without believe it is contemplated by A Proclamation. -. : '

well. God bless you. Yours their renewed ronsent. the law that all officers. of the GEOR GlA.-B}' his Kxccllcr. B, : I

erer. JOHN.l[ ALLEN. It is the in government shaH reside within cy Geo. M. Troup, Govern Hubert Brown, Sears Bryan', i I '\ .
N. York. same principlewith the District for which and Commander .
'[r. Charles King, particular in Chief c>; Vm. B. Bryan : .
judicial officers Thcirpower'emanates they are appohit d. That a liic Army and Navy of thi C I, "

COLD P LoI1GUE.It though not timely, punctual: (and vigilant i S\ale, and of the Militia then "homalH.. ChamberlainrH.' )

appears by the Louisi- directly from the people, discharge of the functions appertaining of.VSjTHEREAS. ard C. Coffey, Joseph Coib'e'lj

Advertiser, of the 26th and though they: are shielded .to each office is due v the I have receiv harks! Carra"'a) if ,
f ,
f ed official
& be from citizens, and that any conductof information 01 D ;
i\l\ that a malignant mor- as they ought to -'
an officer which tends to deprive a having been commit loseph Davenport 2, Edward L. .
tal called by tin a- popular caprice and passion tfrd l in the
disease, the citizens of the ?dvan- count} of Morgan. in )rake 2, Francis 'D vd".lDSj r

bore name, has recently ap: they are accountable to the taes of a timely exercise of i this Stale, on the body of Ga. ,Joshua Daughty. \
peared, (though not for the people for the honest and those functions, or whirh may i THOMPSON:)rel l 1\I 1. 'no, by RoBER'J E ; r

first time,) in the city of ..N.Means. faithful discharge of their: operate oppressively upon the and state aforesaid of ,said ahd count it ) \VilHanstis.. Joseph Edwards Ea ,
M. ,
; appearing ton 2, Caroline
: In the cold plague, duties. The people of the. whole or a part, of the community by tire report of the Coroner William Everett, "Jusian E ailS/ .

siys the paper) the brain. !, U. States' as such, exercise is rp.nrehensible in the high that the said Robert F a. -

latigs,liver, spleen &c. seem 'ho other act of. sovereignty est. Tliis we consider' as en: i bOflhlSJfl( has aJbscondecJNotherrTor'eTiu .. JI.& Q_FUUngha.m, W m. Fosier ., .

to_be, affected. 'hey receive. than that of selecting tirely 'applicable to executive order that the saidRobt. ]! Wm. Forton, George W' '
: officers of courts of justice nrd Thoirpson be brouht : ;
may Fabn, Simeon Fescue, E. Lv
blood in whom
Uio ranch and the individuals
are too fo trial for the
peculiarly so when applied! to crimajj 'herewith Fountleroy:
freak in their proper action the several powers of gov- the Mnrshals of the different' judicial he charged, 1 have thought G II 1.E. 1. -

to COTV it off.by the regular ernme t shall reside; and In 1 distri'ts of this Territory, prop' to issue this my ProcUmaliorr. : R. 'Gibson. :.

lrculatlOn.-'rhey become this they differ from the citizens as they ar* bv law: reouired to hereby offering a reward H. -

in state of (what physicians of Greece and Rome reside within their Districts. olt .. 'I. J. Hackley, Gad Hum*' -

call) congestion. Their who enacted laws in their The 'arshal 1 for the JJfiddleDistrict @ IDCO ::1illli .hreys 2, Henry D. Badle'?, '
John Harrison 2. ;
proper operations become popular assemblies; but. of Florida has never to any person who shall apprehend J* .
: resided within ne same, nor and deliver him tb the i
clogged When also choose either di :
w impeded.- they 'James Johnson, 'I ,
: attend the in
does he upon court Shrriflofthe of
county Morgan :
this form of the disease IS rectly or through the medium E. L J
term time, \,'hiche: consider u.f.JresaldAnd I do moreuvt-t -
very severe, the most dis I of electors chosen by an imposition upon the citizensof charge and require all officer Mr. Kennedy. vt I

tressing 53 ratoms: are prod afed. themselves, all the officersof this District'! We therefore of this State, civil and Military, ..;. .. !Laid i

The pulse is low and government ; 4and in this. present the continued non-resi: to be'aiding ahd assisting In ap Samuel Lastinge'f F. L' wV, llenry m. L Leng ing.RohertMadison3 .,.

freak, the mind torpid.or they differ as Well from the dence of the Marshall, and Dis preh,(nding and bringing tin M : I
dilirous the from .trict Attorney as a grievance said kobci: Thompson to justice I .
; most excruciating ancient republicans as Daniel Mc'

agonies are suffered. the limited Monarchies of which in many instances subjectthe Given; under hand and the Kay. ,
'J 1 citizens to hurthensorae and P '
blood, which is the vehicle modern times. Great Seal of the .State, at '
unnecessarV expenditures. A t l. William Phillips 2, Dr.V'j] I
that diffuses the State house in
lieatlliro'oot :
Whatever advantages, burthen which we earnestly hope .* ville, this 14th October Milledge-in liam D. Price,J. Pruis, ; .. .:
the body, circulating therefore attend the I will riot be continued. We recommend the of R. .' I .. .1
repre- year our Lord 1826, '
insufficient force, is not sentative form of to our fellow citizens and of American Independence Joseph Russ, Mentor J6geri,

Carried in due quantity to govern-in throughout the District cooperation the fifty first. Dr. SeuelM. Robinson, John D" :
to ment, must be enjoyed Roland fir Co. .
surface and extremities in support of some efficient G. .
M 1 1"oup.By 2.S '
in the
U. States
the highest.
for .
Jfthe bUlly Those and effectual measure re- the Governor
parts These advantages i Robert G. Strachan 4, Rich'irJSkipper \

consequence become torpid degree. resolved into this dress.We Daniel. ewfaan, ,. Maria D. kipp'erHerlcJa ,
maybe also present as a grievance -
and cold. The matter of cr tary of State. kipper, Godfrey, gte- ,
that while of the
general principle, the nedect county Said is short made
perspiration off phens, Gaspero sweet, William :
in !
passes a
toe uf an administration is provided -. officers! and the corporation of and corpulent; has light hair, Sims, Jeremiah Slade! Jeremiah '

t preternatural fluidi possessing sufficient the city of Tallahassee: for not blue eyes, about 5 feet 10 or 11 1 Shaw, Thomas Sim Son. _..'

; and its rapid evapora- unity and permanence for having taken cognizance of many 1 inches high, and thirty years T. ,..
tlQfl often produces! a cold-: offences whi,.h report says have J old. Benjamin Tennillc !. i "'.'.
Des in the parts muchgrra- decisive action, the government been committed within their v>! ., '- ,I

terth that of'tlie atmos- itself is under the control jurisdiction : and of which we1 : In addition to the reward of Col. deqrge'WajtonHobert: Wwlliani'Til1ia'ni : ; *

phr If these of the people, and not have no efficient evidence to .two Hundred and Fifty'Dollars : $Var a T "D!." .-- : ,_

are not symptoms of those who administer it. prove conviction.We offered ''by his Excellency the Charles, H. Warfield, Benjamin1 .
soon relieved by pro-. Windam,.Littleton Wy<:he.I ; _,
all the
1 pe There is a tendency in earnestly request Governor for the apprehension!! :' .
treatment, the diseaseproves governments to consider the foregoing: te be published in the aud delivery of the above qiffned ; G. Searcy, P; M. \ .,: :" ;.:.: .

cuickly fatal, or sos residing Florida) Tntellieencer. -Robert Thompson, I _wijl give October 3* : 0 : ; ... 'k
lUU'b injury sustained as suprewe. power as WM. BAILEY, Foreman. Two Hundred ,Dollars reward. -- :

ultimately cause death.principle ; in the Legislature,; for the Wm H. Mathews, .. Jesse Gunn,,. S n'r. y 'I@ mI.. w &,,.m a H -

making of laws is the most Win. Wyatt, : ICT The Raleigh (N. C.) Re- : o"r stolen, from zP?

1M of Representa- spiking act of sovereignty.An S. K. Matliews gister, Columbia (S. C.) Telescope RANAWAY ,at Chipola* p

hOn.Thce l Constitution example of this tendency Florida In.lIigen er, Alabama on the 20th 9fJiiie, a black maa 4.

U. States was in of the occurred in England du- Champion Rhodes, Sentinel, will! please pub- named ...- / :. .
Iar8, a many particu- :Wm. Gorman, lish the,above twice in their respective
new experiment in poli- rin"the Commonwealth, and their i GEORGE -
tZCE John accounts
Speer papers -
It .
Was the first branch I
Govern- the popular tabout.5
when when forwarded to the ; "
:nt.t and, at the time of its crea Legislature'undertookto Andrew Bunch, subscriber: at Madison Morgan feet' id inches high, ?3.1 .* .
on.t oftbe ittlejon, C'hambless I ged 2T or thJp rt' bouts, speaks. r. -
on1T one in which the ,
the whole cpunty, Georgia, will be punctually 4L
anew i .
Pl'1nci .
model ,
le of William Tailing : good French and 'has. been. accustomed
? representation..
was .
And even at paid. .
elten< constitution. to a, sea-faring life-
cdaswclitotbe : _
Execu- TCedirm Bryan Jesse Gfunla \ en'r. .
lTt it is t. ... "' ,
maintained The will
and Judicial tho present day, ) "1 -' .. above reward be given: :. .
ht departments; FTillisBarney; said slave to'me atStMarks. '
o the Legislative. in bar country, that ., by delivering "
Dahons, where In other authority, of Parliamenthas Dftvid Barker, C:; W, FOWLER;) .' '. \; ,';. .

''las been political liberty the John Green practice'Law in Le- S. Cosby. .:: !
enjoyed but is WILL .
: : the certain' de- no limit, supreme Published by 'order of the .and the adjoining October 27r St .4 ;

hu. PrinciPle of represeaI and uncontrollable. With us, Court. /f'f counties." His office,.is4. .iu the ..- .
II together eltlienbandoned lioveverthe Executive and > C. Nicholas; lerk. city, .4f Tall ah asset Florida.arct WANTED' TO 'HIREr .. '

,':election I; or confined tO the i Judicial departments are : .... It. I iBERAL'wages will' be gJv.J.j' :- ,.
of -nR. g-ttJcldJR. I- .
those who' were'to .I-'f : '. en. for two active. industrious
: ke the laws) white in the strictly'co-ordinate with the ; TENDERS" 'Ks i .pr ressional PRINTING:,. negro fellows, by the year* ,"

I etubon, and interpretation of legislative ; and, all ,are equally -I services to thfe p blic. .. Executed,.. with ,tieVtheu: a" ilespatekatCu Enquire, at this office. I ;

laws: >ie people] beheld a' regulated by the June24. tf >oIi e."r }, Sept. 1. 3t"* '.'. .H i\ ,_ .'.-'.-r,'
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I t .. -- ". ,'.- .. or" ,.F. V' -, u11Bflhi 1 .L'abl 1 ; men&ers.of t thfr:CityrCduncil:: t ii1 : aki' ; ruhi i tt "
se 11)} w .
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: r' ordained; J'1.t..
1jvr/icr aw. '
dollari ,and' bfee.:; 'r !
: t'of a ifity.. lhe-sumrofrt\velve.,. ;. ..... .. ;j 1. '>'M: ;
of all
S ; 'that it snail be:the duty: :retailers "OrderedJHhat! ; Steph
Museum. tilty cents: per qurterear ea
of spiriUfousliquors to send, Ednu bray, JLe tif
& i nl uaa'Ul provided that I any one keepingoiFeJiliiard e, j
j Table for public use give :immediate information to Asa ,ownsend and ,.He :::?:)t
there oj ahah city'be oj -shall, be aut"h rised, to ke'ep'a the Iniepciant or any two mem Farrel, be apl'oin.ted' "' '

second ii hard Table iathe same bersof the City Council of any sioners to lay o.il'a. road fi. 1

t1.a to city be j-oona; by paying' 'the additionalsum 'riotous.or. disorderly conducj Georgialine, at or near theon :;

\ um h the of six dollars, and seventy that may: take place at the houses -r the hue between U oig a .

/ uy u.iU live cents per qu irter year- pf such retailers, anu.ou their. f Florida, where ihq COJL nCI'S
Liufru-y ,
: that failure to give such mfoamation! of Ervin county have ,-
'!and provided also, any one .J kit ,
ordainea: : 'keeping Billiard ables for public shall forfeit their. licenses ; and eda, road from ..that COUn.aJ :

4 the Coun- use, shall be authorised to in no instance (tavern keepers over the nearest and. best gr ij. :

iTaiiaiiii&bee L-ity Keep a third Billiard Table ,in excepted shall.they be allowedto to St. /I/arks, and maie e :

: his office, be the same room by paying the sell any spirituous liquors 011 agreeably to jaw.By ., ', .:

Oi me said further additional sum of three the sabbath, under penalty of a : order of the Court. -,

: Uill. dollars and twelve and a half forfeiture of their licenses as a- C. Nicholas, _lJune24. !"-",!

foresaid, on conviction before j
cents quarter year. ,
> ; per t
duty of the On each,and every vender and the intendaut or any two members ,- -.Register-andRtgisur--l tcej'i
q .
', to ool- I retaiier of goodsval'es and of the City Council. a 01'ICB. :t ..
mills dollar !- Sec.. Be itfurther ordained,
Gl've, and dis I merchandize, two per FHE : ami Recj hl
of stock in trade, as given that in all cases of offenceo. 1 ofthcLandL.I.
;:), books, and Olliceat ttI;:
i in himself on oath, ther than those hereinbefore recited inform
) ;l'Li.tl lldb to by per quarter ussee, Uuseinterested ; Who\t ;-
( against the'peace, quiet that the ohiCeuj.en
I : ; ne shall de year. i :DIt:
t aut a written On each anti every retailer, and good order of the city, the for the reception and 7.,..

r i : to execute except tavern keepers, selling offender shall be liable tOisufi'el'a jusunent ol cmiinb, ausllg': .

i ; lie snail less than a quart spiritous liquors penalty of not more than five uer (Lie act of Congl USJ :j ,

iniendant a five dollars per quarter- dollars on conviction before the proved the 22cl da186. \ 4t'Ap1': '
k obtained Intendant two members of : Every Pl'r&ol1 JJ
., and security on license lirst had and or any wishing ;
ill1. Hl ant for i from the clerk. of the city Coun- the City Council : Provided, that a>ail himself oi ihe benefit: .o off;

oi' his oi- I cil. in all cases, the party hued, this act, must niuke kuuwu. uclaim $'

Oh each and every tavern where the line axceeds one dol-! by uelncnug a 'llol ce '
. of houses of las be entitled to the \vntiiig iu ihe Uc(;ibierue In \\'b Ck
ordained keeper, or keepers appeal, .
I must j
S oa shall be o- public entertainment, forman or Intendant and city council, and ine quaitetstcuou pai-ticuiail dtuln.li: '

: tile Li- horse, the sum of three dollars provided further, that when any urh..ciiob
by : quaftei cCU;; winch he ct..u
1 offender who is convicted and s.,
j JJOOKS, spec per quarter. A quarier 5cLlun..s uauer),ioo{>'
J and o- On each and every practising fined, under this section is unable u cousiai of out fourth part' ot han

; taste, and attorney, and practising physician or unwilling to pay in money, tutire seciijn, uua noi ofijrjleighth

II t'e is nereuy or surgeon;' the sum of the penalty may be commuted for parts 01 uitiercnt ieI-

t oi the bi- seventy-iive cents per quarter imprisonment, at the rate of il.ihs, or uvw .. alvis of i.'iffer.:

; : in aid of the I year. :& twenty four hours imprisonment ,,'Ill ( uUL stiuub.. One doi! 'f

annual sum i On each and every pleasure for every dollar.PassedI "I1U WdH)' live cents per acrjvv.ii

i iI carriage, six and one fourth cents J une 9th 182G \ be nquinU lion each cltl
quarter j wheel Charles Haire! Ui ttl, ti ti.e iitue olul..king his:
I -first day of per per quarter year. ;
: On( each and every gold watch, Intendant. t ut. y. >n'o more tin OUt qa r.
: and Octo
', to be paid twenty five cents, per quarter Geo E. 1 iugl( tel' aecliou Cuu be cnieit* b*. '|' ,
4 ny uiu- uiulouiviQum. i ncoter&eerb : 'HJ 4 :
: out of a- year. Clerk. ol &ciiiei&
On each & siIv watch ,
every 8
ously appl'oI July ; riot iiu.ue \tflieuts; 5e ..
I twelve and a half cents per quarter / .
rat. uisunci unu
Leon County Police Regu inacpeuCktttofiliose
ordained, year. UJ6.1(10)' their lathers oi
subscribing a On each and every pack of lations. etiipioycrb, will not be tuuilt:

t:7: J fty Cents iu aid cards, sold or disposed of by'any County Court, JUpnl Term, 1826. to prt-cuip'.ioua. All claimmu'ii /

\: : a, shall !U
I directors, half cents per pack-and the receiver of taxables William ni on' y oi ouc or inure creait4. {.'

out of office : number of packs sold to be ascertained Cameron, Collector of taxes- dc diaiuiciebieo w all, 5se Wl$

I Olst March: by the declaration on ho- GeorgeE 1'inglevas appointed t\iUcnce muoi be jjiveu in "p' t..

lh of Septem nor of the dealer, before the bity county Treasurer. son, before the iCt b1 LCi auu Re'

assessor.! Ordered that the cciver, or tat.cn lu the rUfln'Qf,
December in 1
Passed'February 18, 1826. u ucpobUiur.. btiLi' ii jubiice6lme l.
'l of the county tax be levied in the
'. in virtue of Charles naire, county of Leon for the year P t:i.4Ce. i.iiU (auf l.crtltiea.-'
i 0 eiai It th. uiaiiiiaiii lo the
'r--: : a director: and Intendant. 1826, on.every white male over
\ 'George'E. TingleClerk. 21 and under 50 fifty iiglu Vi pix-tnip.iou, he L I
\ S'S! the Board of years ofage, 10\>irg lucti must l hl' estal.hi
.. cents.
\ cu. lai, ,nui he Of sr.t '.%aSh,
June 24. tf Every able bodied slave
ordained overl4audunder5Oyears .
)) head oi tn fuui'ly% or ; tnl) lI
of 25
: shall age yvitI:: cii tC' or uais, ou the

', and amend, Ordinance No. 7. cents. isI\. day of .uiiU4i } 18 ,5.-.d; ,

\) as occasion Further to provide for the Cattle per head each cents. l h,Ll 1,,: r s>he clia ciA or Lelort

I -.regulatiou peace, quiet, and good order, Every keeper of a tavern, 5 'ZLh lit day of Juliuar)', l Itf4j

; custody pre- of the Olty of Tallahassee. dollars. ..cl\.dl innubit and culiivaietEeei

for the Be it oraamed by the Intendant Every retailer spiritous liquors {! bectiuii: oi'Jain which.

appertaining to atul City Council of the city of except tavern keepets, 5 or bhr may cia m. 3d, thai ';

: Tallahassee, That all animals dy- dollars: 6uiU ciminuni has n< t iemoveJroin (

). ordained, I ing within the limits of the cityof Store keepers, for each hundred this '!t fl' lol'Y. When.t lift

persons, or bo Tallahassee, shall be removed dollars of stock in trade 10cents" Applicant claims as the legal rtpresentutive
ol some previbni
I deposit in the by the owners tthereof within .
eltlcr, ili:!)-a< ldllion fact must
or cthpr twenty four hours afer"the On auctioneers, one quarteVper
for I same shall die. centum on the amount of prov u. _
custody, 1 he officc".rill be closed cttuje
'emaatioii, foi' Sec. 2. Be further ordained, their commissions., '
1st Monday in January nextf.i
of Medicine annum
That failure of the Doctors -
I as the on owner or per after which no claim will be it*
in their ,wis owners of any such dead animals, three dollars. ceived' "

} '. '. to remove the same, they hall Lawyers per annum three dol .J:: .' K. Call ,

ither'ordained, be removed by the' city marshalat lars.All : G. \\ Ward.FORM. .,
and keeper, the expense of the said-.owner free male'colour..e., per- >-
oftener pub- or owners, said expense to be sons over 18 and under 50 yearsof .--

; of all adjudged before the Intendant or age five dollars. ,. Mr. G.V. .VV aid, Register; i(
The Land Office Tallahassee;
into the said any two members of the City All female coloured persons notified that at i claim)
is hereby
that the Council. over 14 and under 50 years
right of pre-emption' in t
Sec. 3. Be it ordained of three dollars.
cost, char- further age. of section N
quarter !
that any person discharging a gun Ordered, that upon aIr cattle Township No _- -*'Ra

ordained, or pistol or other fire arms, running the property of persons who are' :';o. in the Western Lank

f the clerk of or galloping. horse, or rapidly or may be for the time being non-I' District o-Flrida.. .t\'B;

drlvingcarriag within resdents of this Territory there
of the of
i the city of Tallahassee, to the : be levied a tax of twenty<< five 50 Dollars, Reward.EANA.WAY'from /"
appropri '
the said insti- annoyance or danger of the citi- :,cents per head per annum. tht.s !

: ; I cost zens, shall forfeit and pay, for I Ordered, that David Thomas, ortbC, '

same., charge, each:and every stich offence a : JrohnCaruthers, & William Wyatt 19th June last,, a very L/ brig")
: it further'Or sum not exceeding five dollars, I appointed commissioners Mulatto fellow, namedCIIARLEs"
-, on conviction before the Inten: I to survey and ,lay off a road from

i 1- proceeds of all dant or any two members of the the North West corner of the .
1.: City Council. City of Tallahassee, '''the nearest .ubout! twenty years 0 dJI:4: .al'
laws of the
Sec. 4. Be further ordained, and best way to Ellis' Ferry on rive feet ten inches' highYpne. _:

I regulations of 'that no person shali'be allowedto I the Ocklockony river, and make his upper' fore teeth OUt; siC.
are ap freckles and moles on. his fa ,
retail spirituQUS liquors with- returnsagreably to law
of the cauDte.
: use dark hair and a' timid ;
first licence from Ordered that William Campbell -
i i out obtaining a carried .
nance, \\ell dressed
the clerk of the City Council, ;James Cameron and-Thom
18, 182$ shotgun, he expected to ,
:under the penalty of not less than as H. Chamberlain be appointed
Haire for white and "I am
I a man, :r;:
', 'three nor more than ten dollarsfor commissioners: to survey and layoff off .
: Intendant. I opinion was con yed Jt;
each and every such offence: a ,road from the city of Tallahassee :e will endeavor. get to ',." ,

E. Tingle, on conviction before the Inten- the nearest and best Florida, .any person securJ. ,
Clerk.' dant or'-any two members of.the .way to St..Marks and make return said. fellou-.iii any safe J lJ_.'

tf. City Council. .. agreably. law. detiviiLun I '10 me in. ..l' ,.rat. ._!

( Sec. 5 Be lit further ordained, Ordered that John Edwards, ford: COILll t y. Georgia, 1i I\W\

.No. '6. that all store keepers: !and tra-' Neadham Bryant and ,John Farmer ceive' the above reward I

fortne city dersdealing and ,trading under be appointed ,commission eral expends.Wm. .Ji .
: ssee. licence from the corporationshall ers7 to- layoff a r adfromthe B. IInmm CI't. 1
by the Int ndari! close their store or shop (Georgia .line, at, or near ''tl1e, fOr J oscp h1e.c'N.
: I of the city of doors, every .sabbatn'day at nine point on the line between Georgia El' the said mulattowasheaidofonihc0cklockftj' fC11Q

t, the following 1o'ck hi 'the morning; under: and,Florida lyBere the 'commissioners

-shall, be levied th .p .'of not-more, than five; i .of. Thomas :county tiyPr1jn i the ncigHbourhoThomas s.;;'

l hereinafter en.. dollars for each .;and, every offence Georgia have,located a road from Adams'a.bou ,the <.

is to say-on, recoverable OH conviction that county seat'over: the near- September.. .. 4tV :

__ kept and, before the Intendant or any two est 'and best grouicl St. Marks October 6. '.

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