Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: 3 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: April 18, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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yj'; I lion hontixex.) PENSACOLA, .FRIDAY, APRIL '18th, 1828. (Open to !ill parties : influenced by none.) No. 5.POBLXSHKD .

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TVZCKLT: Zt inbefore enumerated, five thousand dot: tnct East of the lar.d of New Orleans," For current expenses of the Ordnance 'i and measure ; to provide for and regulate

lars. II approved the third day of March, one Service, sixty-five'thousand dollars. streets. squares and lets, and the ciectlua
%:T1NT c. :rdutDIl'r, For pay an r. subsistence of the MarineCorp thousand eight hundred and nineteen, "'orrsen I fifty seven thousand three i{ of fences and other !structures ; to commit;

P..i.ht" of the L tics of the Unite States *, one hundred mid twenty two thousand h lor who did actually inhabit and cultivate hundred dollars. sion and license weighers ; td regu'ite pa

and of the Territory of Florida.SCBSCP.IPTIOS three hundred and seventy-six dud..1 13. tract of land in said District on the third Forcompetingthe! Arsenal Augusta, troto! restrain and punish vagabonds

lar!. day of March, one thousand eight hundred IE Moline, thirty thousand dollars. and! disorderly! person, to erect and keep
-Year g5Halfvcar 3 For clothing for the same, twenty-eight: and nineteen, not rightfully claimed{ t Sec. 2. And be it farther enacted That wharves ; to appoint pilots and regulate pilotage -

% Quarter 1 50 thousand seven hundred and sixtyfive.1 I by any other parson, by virtue of any I tn* several su-m' hereby ap pnited, be for said town, its harbor, od the

in year d'BDceJ -. '.liars. written evidence of claim, legally deny said out of any mom) V he Treasury entrauc into the same ; to regulate the au-
Subscriptions payable :\ For fuel for the same< twelve thousand ed from either the French, British: or lot otherwi arjproprt.uod. :I chorale and mooring of vessel in the

tnvrrtrtsIKCi.-----1terv advertisementof ant hundred: and ninety-six dollars. Spanish Government, or granted as a d oSec.L Jnd be it fu-tfier enacted. That same ; and, generally to provide for the
the width of one column and raensuiin? For contingent expenses' thirteen thousand nation by virtue of any act of CotiKres s the Srceury ot' War be authorized and interior police and good government of
of this fir I
not more than twelve lines! type. t said town and island
five hundred dollar! heretofore passed, shall) be entitled to ;
; aright required to settle anvl
insertion one dollar, each ne.ekly continuance additional Adjust, pay in See. >. Be it further enacted That said
For contingencies not enumerated of preference, on becoming the pur conformity with the nnuisions of the t
act j
rind wider at
fifty cents ; Iunoger; ones I Town Council shall have af.11 l1thct.
for the same, five hundred dollars. from United power
chaser the States, of such of the second of It
January, thousand
tho same rate. Rule and figure; work t one I rity to enforce all laws: of the Legislative
insertion. Ad- tract of land, at the same price for which seven hundred and ninety five :
the first regulating
double! price for Council of this territory and of their owl
For military stores for the same, that i is other public b'ids are!sold at private sale the of the .
terM'emenfs will be tastefully! displayed! pay MTitia, when called into I ho'ly.) regulating the quarantine of vessel
rrcord'r.c; to the n.it'irof'hem.. and will for keeping the anna in repair armorer'spay Provided, I'hat suh tract of and bhal actual service, the claims of the MIlitia ,, and for the preservation; of the health of

V r;"-t' .icd hy matter -.If this size type.When and armored tools, and ordnance not contain snore th UJ ode: quarter section arfd Indians-: the State of IHimii, and said town j and hall have the power tt> appoint

ti\-..rt.'.1 at int 1 ,'a1.., that tc. not in- Mures, three thous:--.d dollars to be locutrd: by t'ctionallinf's ; ant Territory of Michigan; called out by competent hfilth officer and sue1 -' irr officers
seitievory ueek. from 'K' nrst to the J For medicines, hospital, stores, and instruments that the same slia.ll! Oe entered with tie I authority, or received into service a* 'hall be Helmed necessary 'o carry

]"..1 jruoneach: insertion tvi.l; be charir-- for the use of the officers and Register of the Lund Office in said d '- by any General l or'ield Officer of into efiect all their laws and ordinance,

e R- .t new a'itPrticenua.-- 1'l'mt.. for t marines:>> on .hore, tw o thousand three hundred trict, within two years, or before, if tie the UI ite'( states, on the occ-tsmii of the I and shall allow them such compen *tion MS

adrfiti'in! payable a! .la s on demand. and sixty nine dollars same shall be offered at public sale. recent Indian disttirtj-aiKx-s: md that the i they nity deem proper and right for theif
",Tpl"con't'.i'. tail be "inde withtiu For the compensation of Colonel Samuel r Approved IiJth March 13-8.
\ l.: 1 t expenses; ot trHiioportatio'i: supplies! ma I services.
a'ivc ., nv 'h"! M.l'er! for certain extra services relarite I Sec. 6 entitled That said
f' w' 0,1 to yt'.tf. [PeBIIc10. 11. terials f rri,,e. :Anct work incident to the B' it further ,
AU; < '('nrnnt't.Cati i -.' .ul'r-'ve..l to: \\". to the accounts of K. 'i. D. *lu, one ) I IJ expedition, shall! be settled ace to I Town Council shall have the power to pas
j An act nuicwg appropriations forthe -ding
}I&*ELL "I'.T, EJit'.r. will! be ; rllmptJyatlt" linn Fred and twenty one dollars and twen- j J Military Service of he United Sues, the .justice of the claim, and with strict all law to enforce the collection of any
.lel ty-cents. I the : money that become due to laM corporation
to.r regard to law and heretofore may
j fur tne one thousand lun usage
For the following items which have year eight
.!".:":. .__ .' "::"- L dred and established for the settle-nent of such I by contracts fines or otherwise; but
neon carried to the 'Irllls fund the j twenty eight. shall
( on nevertheless, he subject to an appealt.
x' La # vf 'stn. 1'lit''f States first of January! eighteen hundred andtwenty Be it enacted by the Senate and flinte claims ; and that tie S-ITI of forty thousand .. any court of record in this tertitory.Sec. .

__________. _ ___ ____. : Might i viz. of p"ep.nluli'Ve' o.llhe United Statss f : doltarsbe appropriated: forthe atore- 7- Be it farther enacted That iai'4
r I rnerrea m Congress assembled, That/ the aid objects, to De paid out of any 'movie ,
Forcout' : Town Councilshhae; to
r-nt : prior to one power levy a poll
expenses I
w, .. ..r'C .. in the otherwise
";,,. :' -.... ''. '_..... L '.r'I s, :.,'',.. -',cP -....-"J t thousand eight hundred and t *'ent-fiHlf, following suns be, and tile s.(ite art Treasury appropfiitcd. I t.tx. not to exceed one dollar, nn each poll;

: ." ..... ....._>ri't...,. ..........;;.':_. ;l-.!..,:.: :..s. .. i Light hundred and forty two dollars, thirty hereby, respectively appropnatettorthe : to ;towards the maintenance, said car.t .
c-- # J' "" Sec. 4. Annb? if (ll.h'I" act"d, Tint ',
.. Military! Service of the United Shies for eu
.. .t'l', : :. \:.:}..... i( c. :, four cent poration. .
'-- -- ", -,.:-.. 1 the thousand the sum of fit : ii!inlr't and fuui teen
"- : 'to t" I .. For contingent for one thousand year one eight hundred: and Sec. 8. lie it fwthrr enacted That all
4. I> r ... expenses '
"" '=::::: "I .. ..1- !.'. ,,-..,... ". eight hundred ant tenty-i,ur, two twenty ti: ;nt. to wit : I dall.try and t.venty one cents, being part ordinances and 'aw* of said Town Council
.-..-..,... '-- '" rt '.0:." '-..."''':'"..:;.,. -,-'tJ'r... ;' housand eig'it hundred "and ninety-. tree For pay to the Army and subsistence I of an appropriation; ma. le oy the act of *hall he poste'! up in three of the
... .- tr:.. oj. ." ;J.-ta, Officers the Acade i fifth of Mtrch, one th'Jusainl: tight hundred \ said
licen least
.:r I, ...'" 4 .,,.. .1 doitar, four cents. including Military most public r tow'at
_-- f fl. w. ; and sixteen for th.r rt-iief nf Lie&lI
,, one million and thousand before shall tike eff-ct
: )p :fi'f! ; "'; Fur contingent expenses for one thousand my fiftyix ten clays they
t. ,
----.----.,,.- '. .'-' :-\.' ', etritt! hundred and twei. t -five, seven three hundred and six dullard uiul seven I ten Colonel W.Iliam Lawrence an:1- Sec. 9Bf it further enacted. That at
:i.u.idred and ful'duu"t. twenty- ty-five sews others an(1ihich wi-. earned to the l"act ten div. nr,'VO'B to the rKpinrionof :
nr .i U TlJOJll'11' eight cr'.t8. eighty For subsistence, in addition to an unexpended Surplus Fund on tile tui-ty t fi.'it of December the respective officers of nid Town

[ Pt..LIC-No s.] For contingent expenses for one thou- : balance in the Treasury, on the one thousand eight hundrl"tlanjtwenty Council in each and every year, it shall

An act mikng- alp-'t'rtat\.ins *or the support sand ekit: : hu'iiired: a.-d iwenty-fie, not uiirty-first of December, one tiousaiul six, be, and the same is hereby be their ditty to order an election for

ot tr.e :wry of the United States enumerated, two hundred and forty do! eight hundred and twenty sevenof sis'y- re.appropi.ited. seven Town uncilnien.. under such
fur the year eighteen hundred and lars, eight certs. tive thousand! dollars, two hundred and Sec. 3. Mdbsit further enacted, That rules and regulations as they may think
twentyighi.i thousand tioll.. the unexpended balances of appropriations est and the seven having the
For fiat)' Yards, five thousand dollars: eig'itre'i+ rn.: > : persons ,
lit it nlcr'tlly tie Senate and Ifonne of For Navy Yard at r'ensucoU( three iiun- Fur forage fir Uiliceri; forty thousand: lor the following objects be, and the ugliest( number of legal vote shaH be

Rrp' scntatives f the felted States: ofn I i Bred dOiiars tlurty-e\en cents. one imndr and twenty eight dollar same are hereby, re-appropriated, ,viz : declared! to be the Town Council of Key
,erica. in asifmbled. 'hut for For for of For balances due ccrraisi; slates on ac- West
Congi c:: : i j For Sw-irdi anti Medals, five hundred clothing servants OiScersof:

)ear one tliou! ->alh.l eight hundred &, twenty I' For five scnooneis, fif: eight dollarsthirtythree :inJ twenty 1&jt"rnlJl\cr.lI' Second l.teu- led States during! tine la'e: war, sixty eight i white male persons, who shall hate realdetj
-eiglrt, the theory rro sums be, and theianie cents :tenant, gradintes of the Military Academv thousand eig'it! hun Ire.i l and civilly fivt within the limits of the aforesaid Island

: are hereby respectively appropriated For building Barges, sixty even dollars nineteen thousand seven hundred dollars and seventy cents. liree months previous; to the day of the
: sixteen cents. UK! seventy dollars. I For a Itoad from; Lull'Uock to Cantonment election for said Town Council shall have

For the pay and subsistence qf the offi.cer f Sec %. .Ind be it further enacted, That Fur ;ue recruiting service, in addition : Gitjson, fir t'loui.1n,1 five hundred : a right to vote for seven Town Council

and pay of the seamen, other than the aforesaid bum be paid out of any moniy to an unexpended balance in the Treasury -: and fifty eight dollars and twenty i men for the said corporation, and in all

!' ot the navv yards, shore stations I" in the 1'reaviry hut otherwise: appropriated. un the thirty-first of December, six cents. cases councilman shall have the qualifications
and, III rn-dinar} one million one !hundred I eighteen hundred and twenty-seven, of F.n- extingHi!h ng the Creek title to of a voter in said island.

.'Jd -ex'en ty'-six thousand three hundred i Sec. 3.1nd be it further enacted, Tint: tniru-en, thousand six hundred dollars lan.ii in Georgia, tour thousand: nine hundred Sec. 11. And be it further w'cteJThat

and twelve dollars. I there be, ard hereby appropriated, fur W"el1t\-two thous.tnd six hundred and and eighty nine ohm and fifty s..iel Town Conner\ shall have the powerto

For (,ay and 'Jbsi..tenccand allowances r I. I the purchase of 3uci! lands as the President l. seventy-four: t I dollars.Forthe seven cents. fill all vacancies that: may happen: in
of otlictis, *nd pay of seamen, &c. at navy !J of the United States may think necessary contingent expends of the recruiting For claims aga-nst the Usatfe, by citizens their own body dining the recess of tacit

ynnls, shore stations, hospitals and &'1 or j. and proper, to provide: live oak service, in addition to an unex- I of the Unite States eight; hundred :annual election, and shall in all cases
t.r.ury.; one hm.dred mid eighty-five t and thirty tour dollars "and fifty cents.Approved hold their respective offices until their
mu. of thousand
j and other timber tor the use of the Navtof pen
  • and! an.1 thirty-two dt.l'.r. J(1ih March Hl- d. succe iors arc duly qualified and elected .
    i: the United states, a sum not exceeding hundred dollar, in the Treasury, on the
    Kr pay ot SUptl: :nteld"'f1' N'aval Con- ten thousand dollar?, to be put out of thehoney I tluru-first of December, eighteen hun- Phasic-Nn.: 12.) I into office, according to the provisions of
    IHi II the civil I take effect from anti
    strtcurs cstablmhau-nt this act. This act to
    : appropriatesor .he gradual ire tired and twentyeven, fourteen tlio: An act to reviv* and continue in force the .
    at th sev ml \ .'ri.. .iul.tnijo.... ni after its passage.t'assed .
    .ethct'a. of Umteditatei sand hundred and dulat. !
    |1 prveninioftue Navy the eight thirty-seven several a,..ts making provision for the ca-
    .' d oi.mnirr.l< } and two dttU!lirs. by me first section tit the act, entitled loan ., tiii uisluuent of the debt due the United. January 8, 1823,

    "'CJ" :/-ji i b.r.1<4, five hundred all,1 five\ act to: tIle )gradii impiovement ol tile Navy I'.ir arrearages of the year eighteen Stoics by the purchasers ot'the public! Jtf DOGGETT.. .
    thou+.tii. d II..". : of ht- United approedthetbird; hundred and twenty-seven, ilthe difference laud I President of the Legislative: Council.
    ror r<"p. -r. -*vessels in ordinary, and : Be Ike Senate end A. UKLLAMT, Clerk.Approved .
    tl-y ot March, one thousand eiS'ut hundred between the amount appropr.a- it c'inrteJhy House of
    ' ; for ut-r and ttr o' vessels! in commission : anu twenty-seven." ted by Congress tor the pay and subsist R prr.,e1LliltH' IJfthe United Status of Arirridi January 12, :828.

    ' full .mnurc-d and seventyfive thousand A. STEVENSON' enccof the Captains and Subalterns, and in (.?'''';reij assein'jltd. That the WM. M McCARTT

    dOl'-. J Speaker of the House of hcptescntaiiveff. that allowed by the act of tile s"C iml of act entitled( "Aii act to provide for: the etinjnihino.it Acting Governor of Florida.

    ' }-.r medicines, z'.:".,-'r,1 1 ins rumen' and i I J. C.CALMCHJN.: March, e.ghteen hundred! and lwenty-se of the debt dl!r the Uuitcil An act to authorize the county court of

    ho-j-4t.il; sorestwer.i'ven* Jhuusanddollaw. Vice 'resident of the United States: and yen, thirty-eight thousand and seventy States hy thus purcnasers of p-ibhc lands," Iv-cambia to !grant a right ot' receiving
    . President of the Senate. approve J May the eighteenth, one thousand
    v seven: dollar and eight cents. tol! at the bridge on Pine Uai ren Creek.
    For ordnance and ordnance !)stores fifty Approved19lhhrch.. 18.$. For the Purchising Department, in addition eight hundred ant twp.ity-four, and Be it enacted by the Governor and legislative -
    thou-.:- il dollars. JOH.N QU1.NCV: ADAMS. to materials: on hand, amountingto the act entitled "An act explunatory of an Council of the Territory vf Florida,
    For ant, of act to proide for the of the
    repairs imjirovements 113'Yyaris forty thousand dollars viz : for clotiimg That the County Court of Esc-'rnta coun-
    n hundred and five (PeHLIc-\o 9.] debt due tile United States the
    one thuusand: by ptirchner -
    for the Army, camp equipage, cooking authorized to right demand
    be a to
    grant -
    for certain ty,
    doU.\P An act making appropriations of public lands, arpjrroved May the
    ;; utensils, and hospital turniture, one and receive tollto Benjt'nin Gamer
    P.!: prior to first of Fortifications f of the United State, for nventy-;iath, one thon amt right hundred
    arrearages January, hundred :1.od venty.eighl tinusandthree!
    sc:= or an.oth'er at the Bridge over
    one th'jusund eight 'unMred and twen the year one thousand eight hundredand and twenty-tour ; and also the net ml it lei person
    hundred and seventy seven dollars and Pine Barren Creek m said -it in
    cojnty ,
    An further
    } eighi fittit n thousxnd: >.rs. twenty.eight.Be act in king prnvreron for the
    For compieti. the construction and it enacted by the Smote and Home forty nine cents. extinguishment of the debt due to the: United the discretion of said court, it oe deemeL

    eqmpTient( ot the sloops of war, authorized Representatives of the United Stoics 0fimeiica I For the purchase of woollens during I States by the puichasrrs of ) u',Iic proper and necessary to the public good.

    b) act of Conpr--** of third March, one in Congress ntsemMed, That thefollowing the year one thousand eight hundred and land." approved Miy: the fourth, one tnou Passed, .January 14, IS2S.I .
    : iwcity-etblit, m advance for the year one sand hundred and and Approved, January: 16, 1823.
    ;t thousand eight hnnd'-d. and twenty-five, suns be, and the b..ne are here- eight twenty-six, be,
    two huii'lrt-d! and o .e thousand three hundred by, appropriated, to wit : for fortifications: thousand eight hundred: ant twenty-nine, the same arc hereby revive4 and couiinued An act to regulate the fees of prosccatinjr
    ..' M.d: Hay dollars. to each specifically, as follows : twenty thousand: c.lOll.liS.Fur" in force until the fourth day of July, attornies.Be .

    For defray-;; the expenses that may For Fort Adams, eighty thousand dol- the Medical and Hospital Department one thousand lt hundred and twenty it enacted f y the Governor and Zgitlative ,*-

    ::.ccJt during the year: one thuusand eight lars twenty five thousand five hundred nine.Sec. Corn ciloftne'i'erritoru of Florida*
    hundred knd tweraty-eght, tor the following For Fort Hamilton sixty thousand dollaps. dollars.(: 2. And be it further enacted, That 'That the several attornies prosecuting tor

    i. purposes, to wit : Fur freight and Forthe Qmrtermistc-r General's De- the provUions of this act he, and the same and its behalf of Territory, "hall receive

    + transposition; of materials and stores of For Fort Monroe, one hundred thousand partment, tnree hundred an J forty three are hereby extended to all lands on .which the following compensation for their services -
    thousand: dollars. a turther ciedit has not been taken ar 'r
    eved.. scription : for uharfage and dollars. : : For every bill of indictment fount
    For in the Quartermaster which, hA\in bconie forfrrted: to the Unifed true the grand jury five dollars. For
    llude: ; vt"rage and rent ; travelling expe For Fort Calhoun, eighty thousand dollar arrearages by :
    : "'ces of officers anti transportation of *. General's Department, forty two thousand :Slates since WoO first day of .'itly, oire thou'jandcigr.t rvery indictment prosecuted to effect

    season: ; house rent and clumber !1 For Fort Macon, at Bogie Point, fifty dollars. hundrctl and and twenty, remain (, htretht> ofience charged i is not of a capi-
    money ; For Quartermaster: General'3 Department un: old.pprovell.21.t. tal nature) five dollars -For indictment -
    fuel .ti'i cand'es to officers, other than two thousand five hundred dollars.! every
    tho? attached to cavY yardsnd shore For Fort at Mobile Point, eighty thousand viz : barracks for two additional March, 1828. where the offence charged is of a capf .
    dollars. companies, and quarters for the graduates --, i nature, prosecuted to'effect ten dollars :
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    stat+sc, and for c-fficers in sink
    where *i'ere is no hospital ; for quarters commissions : For For Jack*>n, eighty eight thousandfive fromV e t Point, ordered to join Laws of Florida.An provided, in alt! cases, the name of the proseenfo'r -
    shun be endorsed
    the bill of
    the School of and upon
    hundred dollars. Infantry Practice, L
    clerk hire office rent stationary
    indictment and ifnot
    For repairs and contingencies fifteen to complete>> store houses: and hcspita's-' to me i.l2.1Il of j I ; prosecuted to effect
    ; act
    and fuel to the navy agents; fcr premiums incorporate Key the sand prosecutor shall pay aM!! the costs of
    thousand dollars. engine and hose fire buckets barrack
    and ncklental e-ipen' s of recruiting ; pTOil'rilion.-For civil action '
    (010I -
    i every
    for hpnreher.Jinjj deserters! ; for compen- For fortifications at PENSAGOLA, fifty quarters, defences, &c for four companies B' it enacted by the Governor and jfgi*- ( tucnced in li.'halfofthe territory, and prose-

    srition to Judge Advocates ; for per diem thousand dollars. at Prairie du Chien ; to complete: lative CoU'icif nf the Tfrttyy of b'lnriua, I cuted to etf ct, fifteen dollars.! !

    allowance to persons attend--ig- courts For fortifications at Charleston, twenty quarter b 'racks,hQipit 1 and !storehousesat That P. C. Green Richard Fitzpatrick. I Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That r.raftoruey >
    martial and courts of enquiry, and to officer five thousand dollars. Fort St. Philip ; to complete the buildings William Prince ; Tneodore Owens. Fielding prosecutmg for the territory shall

    : erg-ij ed on extra service beyond the I For fortifications at Savannah, tweaty- and enclose the grounds with! pickets A. Brown Antonio Heraldo and Micliael I. receive any other fee than is provided! for

    iris Gt their stations ; for printing and five thousand dollars. at the establishment near Savannah: ; Manrit, and their successors in oft j{ by the first section of this act. any latv to
    stationary of every escription.and for For Fiat at Oak; Island, North Carolina, for engine and hose complete for Fortress i free, be, and bray are hereby erected a body I the contrary notwithstanding.

    books neaps: charts, nautical l and mathematical sixty thousand dollars. Monroe, and for fire buckers, forty four corporate and politic, hy the name and 1 Sec. 3. And be it farther enacted, Tint

    in.''".'nents, chronometers, models For preservation of Islands in Boston: taousind two hundred and thirty dollars style nf die Town Council of the town of; the several fees hereby provided for, shall

    a.-.d, drawings ; fo* purchase and repair Harbor; two thousand dollars. and eighty four cents. Key West ;' and as such, may assume the I in all rases, be taxed in the hill of costs.

    of steam and fire engines, and for Sec. 2. .i/id bs itfurthe- eructed That For fuel, stationary, transportation&c, indrntity of a natural person, with the ; and coHe ted witli the other costs of the

    machinery, for purchase! and maintenance the several sum hereby appropriated repairs, anal for improving; barracks, trusts powers and duties hereinafter pro- I case.'

    ot oxen aad horses and for carts, wheels shall be paid out of any money \in tile I erecting new buildings; ; procuring articles vided. Passed, January 15.1823.Approved .
    anti workcnen'stoolsof every description ; Treasury, .no: otherwise appropriated. i for the mathematical, drawing, chemical Sec. 2. Be it further enacted; That said I January: 18, 1823.
    Town Council hall hold their respectiveoffice :
    for pi"si: ge of 'letters on public service ; Approved-19th March, 1838. and mineralogical department9and
    one year from and "r'?r the passageof An act mend an act entitled-an art for the
    for pilot_!;!:: ; for cabn furniture vessels [PUBLIC No. 10.] library and contingencies, for the this act, and shall'liave the power to ul! establish the 5cit 'tortht> court-bouieand:
    ill commlo: &inl\ ; for taxes on navy yards An act granting th? right ol preference Military Academy at West PCJillt.Ul< ,,- 1 their respective vacancies in manner and j! other public buildings for JxrUson' Coiin-

    4 i and public property ; fur as'iistance ren- in the purchase of Public binds, to certain eluding the items for QuaitermvUr'sCleric form hereinafter mentioned. I I| tv, approved January 20th, 1327."
    i.:red to publices,els: in distress ; for incidental settlers in the St. Helena Land Adjutant's Clerk, and Quarterm-as* Sec. 3. Be further enttcfed. That said I I Be it enacted 1'J the Governor and 14'-Zz-

    labor ut navy yards not :.applicable District& in the State of Louisiana.Be ter' Sergeant. thirty to thousand two Town Council shall have poucrto elect. '1, laiive Council of the Territory of Florid!,

    ' to any otner appropriation : for coal it enacted by the Senate and House of hundred and thirty four dollars and fifty from their u'vnbodyn a President i ; and not That it shall be lawful and it is hereby

    ' 'y and other fuel for forges, foundries, and Representatives of the United States o/ eight cent .'* less than three of their own body shall he made; the duty of the judge of the county

    '- steam engines ; for candles, oil and fuel America in Congress anemAled, That eve For defraying the expenses of the Board necessary to transact busine ; and shall cnii't of Jackson, county, to order an e'ectlon -

    for vessels in CO- lml!*tOn and in ordinary ; I ry person, his or ner legal representatives of Visitors, one thousand five hundred meet at such time ;and ptares within the to be held' in ltd coirnfy for the seleclian -

    far repair* of magazines nd powder houses comprised in the list of actual set dollars. limits oft e Aforementioned island, as they "mt !'oration ol* county jest, as

    : for preparing moulds fur ships to be tiers reported to the Commissioner of the For contingencies of the Army, ten may deem necessary. !j soon a s may: b-pr.ctifI>f.v
    built ; and for no other object or purpose Central Land Once, by the Register thousand dollars. Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That said :|\ gee. 2. Be further !mete I, Thftt the said

    .hl.tt'vntwo Hundred and forty thousand for the District of St. Helena, III For arrearages prior to the first of July Town Council shall hue power and full judge shall nominate the several precincts
    dolUrs. the milhority to prevent and remove nuisances in whirh said elections shall be h(>I.J. angive .
    State of Louisiana, under the autho- one thousand eight hundred and fifteen,
    For contingent expenses for objectsarising of ; to license and regulate retailer of fifteen data public notice: of the time
    rity the act of Congress, entitled ".\n ten thousand dollars.
    In the year one thousond eight for spirituous liquors ; to restrain and prohibitall and ,,:are of holdingthe sam', and sbal
    nudret( art! twentj-eigb.j ?, ana not beret!fact adjusting the claim.to! land, For National Armories; three hundred sorts of gaming* ; co establish and regulate ,. appoint three rftcn 'ctrihhonseholdere! in
    j and establishing ] .and OSfcca; in the: D:-: and silty t1cu't'11'ol'lor! ;,
    market uf eiliU t
    : the safe keeping *< j j l l each precinct superintend the sane;whr!

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    'I iwvi
    tI \
    . .1, tr4 J appoml thrit own clcrfc; and the a.i'el1ionsOf'"oytwo \}I ed'hi them to Construct: a einal ; and rooro thaa tbf-eo' years in that part of te be qua! to nay in tho tftilf 'of lana to the Government h worth

    .4t*;! '; of them ; S feall take an I that'their future tolls or revenue, instead the Territory, and an actual examination Mexico; a draught of from eighteen nothing ; it m is exceedingly poor, pioo
    Cj&lh fAHbfully to conduct be t ei 4 election which feet water is at all times barren cut to piece with
    : of-being left! as by their present of the coUntry through twenty I swampsand
    : the
    start' transnrit the
    ..j i1.. -um&after to the closing jUll "rlhf"CUOAtrcourtl.1 sOOtl; charter, to their own discretion, this canal is intended to .pass, may' found on the bar at its entrance ; j morasses, and not a particle of
    ; J aspttcabk. & the Mid j,*ft je after an exof ,. shaft'be related an aftietuSroeat have acquired some information! connected rue country: immediately surrounding! which can ever bo employad tor tiU

    ,:.1 pun.tiflb lhe tut *f.*N .the votes 'twKeft I thereof, securing the furore. interests. with its localities, which yoO, it is high, healthy, and poor, entirely ; age : but, to the company, it i ia essentially

    j! ..... n: said cuuc.lty shall m. k-e known he'rebuh.i ; of tho people of tire Territory of from die nature' and 'CX'tent.of your relieved from marshes or stagnant I important, as it affords the t

    : .i :.'.' of sUt selected'election by, and tke wojile
    s.L..; cite. gainst the improper exercise of such obtain, I cannot believe that a disclosure is cosily approached by land. works, and keeping them in repair At' "

    .: .-' Sec. 3. Dc further
    :4::.l:. uixcns of said couuty en tided lo vole,. ftrmeotbcii : required such :an rnlarge- deemed obtrusive or improper, especially will be commenced ata pointon asked but the loan, for a few years,
    : ;i.-- Counc'il:J, >WJ1 I
    nt'" fcuv the right w to: Legislative vtXc at said election, Xk*'
    :T 1, the jaartcr tiQU tfflaod cetectet by tlirgK shall fit it to subserve die general interests your part, a disposition to acquire traice of a stream which flows direct provide the materials and means for : : /::

    : test number of voles shall hereafter be of the United States, the committee knowledge from every possible source, ly frQmthe Apalachicola of sufficient commencing the work immediately ; .

    '! t:,4J.,. the scite for the public buH dings ot' tail]I. : have, &e more cheerfully, accorded no matter how humble, when that size and depth for the transit of boats the repayment of which, to be amply

    .;. ..;.. obtained.ounty, provided the same'can be legacy those xoacesswxis", ia tine third knowledge could be employed for the of any burthen, and by which these secured (to the Government by a lien ':

    1:;:. t. Sec. 5. Be further enoefel. That -
    4: q : much of the act to which tliis
    : .I as directs the commtsRotiers: therein the company: ; aod, as explanatory Appaiachicola river might be connected junction; and will, after passing fiveor opposed to granting a loan, it proba. ..

    named to select a county. scat for *ai4caiutty thereof append to their repoir the with those of St. Andrews' six miles through a flat pine coun- Lily would not be averse to making an {..
    : i be and the 'SatiN: i fcentby rr pealed. -<
    t:'" Sec. 5, &cil fartlitrttutttl, Thit when letter addressed by him to the Deles Bay, hassince the earliest settlement try, unite with the waters of St. An advance of the necessary sum, upon ..

    :It.. :: the quarter tectienofUnfc Tor the county gate of the Territory of Florida and of that portion of Florida, been considered drew's bay. By this route, the pas- subscription fir a part of the stock, }{

    r I.I tlwU haw beta selected by the j -()ple of from that Delegate to the committee.! as essentkdJy necessary to its sage of river boats to the point where and giving to the company the right ,
    i:. : laid county in the manner herein diiected, and the interest of the United
    commercial purchasing -
    the said .coramis&iouers shall proceed to lay WASHINGTON, Feb. 28, 1828. .. interest prosperity, they wilt meet vessels for the reception :
    :::!tk: taiid dispose of the ame in the manner SIR:-I have the honor to enclose ,and:! equally important to those parts of their cargoes, will not only .be States, by returning the s..mo.

    ..,.: .1'. pointed out by tb act to which this is au I to you a letter, which I have received of Georgia aud Alabama which are rendered less difficult, but will be advanced, at some future day.

    J..:.,. ..f' tLOirndtoent.Sec : from James Webb, Esq, oi* the watered by the Flint and Chattahoo- greatly shortened. The State of Georgia granted to
    i G. Be il fttrrktr tnaclcd. That if It't and but Mr. Jenks loan of thousand
    hie rivers a fifty
    ; of : ; nothing a hope,
    : .. Oy person shall have erected bUildings on subject of the act incorporation Thus you perceive, sir, that, if this .
    dollars aid in the
    ;;: the quarter section of which raay. >.eo. s.iect- granted to the "Chipola Canal Com iondly indulged, that the National canal is carried into operation, the to accomplishment

    ..:;.:.' ed by the jvtople under the iprtfrision*: ofof pan)!" by tlte Legislative Council Government would discover the ad- convenience of the citizens will be of a work infinitely less important.The .-

    , :; tf;:! this act for the county RAt of*a.td county Florida. So fur as I know any thingon vintages to be derived in many respects promoted, and tho value of property, Chipola Company do not requiro .
    a: : *uch person or Arsons shall have the the the facts stated by from such a work, and cause lalf that sum ; and cannot believo that
    subject, whether be
    public or private,
    t" the Kmat the same
    /: right to
    : iUo be executed at the national expense the of the United States
    : 4 :: rice that a* adfowiog improved lot simifcirfy him are correct. I have receivedthe much enhanced hy the facilities which
    ::1lI;., :II.": : situated shall sell for at. public *uchui. same information from various has heretofore prevented individual will be afforded for getting the pro- will be less bounteous than tho go.

    :;J j t ( Pascd,January 18, 1828. persons;, in the accuracy of whose do- ( efforts for its accomplishment. duce of the country to an easy mar- vernment of Georgia, especially whoa .

    . i :';:.. Approved-,January 19, 1828; ... tails' there could be no doubt. The vVheu public attention was so ket, and the increase of price which' it will derive much greater advantages
    1'T: attracted the internal im- from exercise of its
    stnngly to nu bounty.
    work is of
    proposed one great importance such facilities never fail to produce-
    'rt. POETICAL.SELECTED.: pro/ementof Florida, by submission One other remark, and I have
    considered national local your
    or -
    .. - :-: us a These are a few of the local advan- ;
    :': -- ----- For views thi to Congress of the splendid done You will observe in the act of
    : object. my upon tages which must result from this.
    ..If"r. however I have I refer scheme of cutting a ship channel from incorporation, that a right has bccu
    only to
    : i; The Kissthe subject, : work : it migjit, however, be pre- ;
    the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of given to the of cutting a
    -tJ': of the Committeeon company
    : the tcp? of afi"cGtlo"d"Cctc ; ncJ. you to a report seated in a much more interestinglight
    Mexico: through The peninsula, the road from the Chipola to St. An..
    ,P. surevt: I Roads and Canals, in the Senate by considering it ia a National
    ,.-:. "THt the offspring tcmltTest Jove ; and at the lirst session: of the 19th Con- people residing in that section of the point of view and that view must drews' bay, to be used for the trans- .
    ; 1 4 'TJ3 WeFpjnj from Heaen, the chastest ;
    I.jt.- a purest; gross. The gentlemen who are.na- _I country, confidently believed, that bave its influence m obtaining the portation of produce & other articles,

    'I ;;::. .:.' E'er came fr elD die spirit above. med m the act of incorporation( are of I their tupcs aud expectations would littLe aid which is asked for its accom : until the canal shall be ready for tho

    lire first and entirely theti b* realized. Entertaining au passage of boats. The exercise of ...
    t..1. respectability,
    L4 ''Ii"the 1iestp4e tTis a lover can :glre, plishment. i
    .;; tf 'Tis the fiist, tkt fonJett, aad dearest, competent to the proposed object ; opinion that no obstacles would interpose It has boen considered mat- this right is highly important ; but to \

    ., ....?.'' 'Twixt the lips tRjit bestow and the lips t'cat and I: trust that their euterpize will i of sufficient magnitude to of ever the nation a do it, it will be necessary to erect
    ter vast to
    rrceive'Tis importance ,
    those facilities whichit have any weight with the Government, warehouses, as places of dcposite for
    i rl:;! the found ihxt drrthhinl diem iinccnSt.I be rewarded by .I that some means for an inland navigation -
    . ." is alone in the of Congress when compared with the great national the articles transported at some convenient -
    ..:.; :t;. And, oh* tiico, I how cold and h'aw hard is the S power should be formed, by which in
    Lenetiis be derived from the the It
    l. 4 to'b :ito\V. lu according it, however to I point on bay. is.thore-
    .- heart :
    ::e t: ; times of transportation of '
    war a
    \ ; .:. 11OWfUrCaflIflflWOrthythath1i : a regard should be had to the work, lot a doubt was permitted to supplies I I fore, essential to the company that
    ;, "*Jl :: :Thai feels not the pleasure that pleJgc! can impart couuMnpiHicd line of interior navigation remain of its being carried speedilyinto might be safely made from the they should have section of land at .
    '!IJ Atlantic States those :
    ; to bordering on '
    .; ;::;ir-: And knott-fi ndt the worth. of a k. from the Mississippi, along the operation, and that the channel with such place as may be selected for that .
    Gulf and it
    the Mexico
    "'".( .':. 'I" northern coast of the Gulf of Mexico, so formed, would be discharged into ; was : purpose, to be bounded by the divisional .

    :I i-' ;.; to the Atlantic Ocenn. f do not the Gulf through the bay of St. Audi the view of getting a work of this sort : and stitfdivisional lines, to bo

    'I I .:....: .: ::I 1---- -1arissu.r- -,- doubt but what that work, from itsmagnitude ews, there not ..eing a sufficient into operation, I presume, that a very : made by the Surveyors at the time

    .f 'V ';': JJ'L' will wear corset boards now / J and the interests involved, ,' draught of water for the passage of, able communication was made by I the lands in that section of the country -
    1 ;; 'vill be I ships! over the bars at the entrance of' you, during the first session of the : surveyed. With this hasty
    ,: t,1 : -Ail Indiana paper states that a I commenced, in a short time, last in which I are
    t :,: zealous clergyman in the midst tf his I I either by the Government, or by ia- the other buys, south of that, and west the Congress, of you suggested the view of the subject, I cheerfully sub

    {. sermon broke out thus-'My dear (: corporatcd companies ; and from the I of Tampa ; but understanding that propriety uniting ship mit it to the able management whichI

    :.j :..V 1r.':'. sisters, I havc no doubt but that there I favorable opinions already cxpicssed : the difficulties of accomplishing that channel proposed to be cut throughthe know it will receive from you.
    chain of canals be-
    .: ;' ;: are corset boards tMiuugh in this congregation by engineers, a steamboat navigation I vork have, upon an examination of peninsula by a I have the honor to be, sir,
    ; the different
    uvcea bays extendingHS
    '5 ::. ;.. if collected tcgedier, to mav be found practicalileth-ough- : lie country, been found so much Very respectfully,
    far the it
    west as Mississippi
    : thwgle a ken ,.oost!' l out. To the 'AppMachicttla, there greater than had been anticipated, as : Your most obedient servant.
    : would be exercise of in
    an vanity ,
    tI ':' can be no : I would to render its success exceedingly I James v ebb.
    question rospcctfully -
    , .:::: The following i is one of the many J ioubtful the the possession of which I disclaim,
    especially to extent on -
    therefore condition .
    suggest, a __. __
    ! Amusing and perhaps storios J were I to to point out : ---L.
    ;tjP : truo to has attempt any
    in the act of that} the gir.aily contemplated, a company ; .
    approval, CONG R\ SS l.() \L.
    which additional for such work .
    : the election has rise reason :
    ! giviui :
    and the
    If. ; I canal should be of the width which (been incorporated by .. T --...-
    MAu honest tar came- singly indeed, nothing could be said in
    up of Florida
    ; Legislature to construct a
    they fur the remainder of Erratum.-A
    may report typographical error in our
    ! the dour where a Jackson nmjnt was canal for the transit of boats the port of that proposition, that was not
    : I the line. This will create no obstruction to lau, by the omission of the sylablc "i.i"
    : tendering tickets and hove to for at that time ably advanced by :
    a asiheir report will be mule before buy of St Andrews, which company you changed entirely the sense of a resolution
    ; I., oment. 'Well mess..millt.sttid will its but 1 will observe, that, should such of the committee on Military aflViirg, in the
    J- the their, immediately commence ope- I
    L 1 ,;' >; the lands-man, 'here's a ticket forJackson.1 companycan commence rations a plan of improvement still be costempla'ed Senate of the United States ;-the following '
    operations. Til the agitatedstate provided they are permitted is resolution coriected.
    ;! *! :: 'Hold little said the canal which i is now
    up a io the Government and shall ,
    : of the councils of ihe country, to so by R solvtd.-That it is inexpedientto
    ; .: Jack, 'none of your hickory Tor me.' receive such aid ia proposed will compose one of the
    ". ; the conflicts of party, doubts of power as absolutely lIe- abolish the office of Major Genera
    : :;..;j: Take a vote for Adams, tl 1('U' my and sectional feelings, I fear it cessary lo sustain them in the under- inks, anti an important one, in thatch i
    j hearty" said Ac Jackson iin. If however it is not intended Is SEX'A TE.
    .; : ::. runnerpull- will be ulongtime! before the! Government akin i g.'Jo. < ,
    t, '...::.,: icg! a Jackson vote out of another will determine a of those acquainted with tho local that a work of that sort shall be executed Thursday, 27th. March, l8Z, .

    i ';'/" pocket. 'Avast :ngain said Jack, Internal 1 Improvements upon{ either system under circumstances of that section of country in Florida, still this canal will The bill to provide for the final

    : ; : shiver my timbers if I like Adams the present Coastitution, or an a- no arguments could he necessarv be highly important, and, when takenin settlement of certain Land Claims, itf

    ,-t\ .i i neither. I want to vote for Commodore t mendmeut to it ; and I do not think 10 hcw the importance of this work. connexion with a system of im- I I the several States and Territories

    I ;:!: ., Porter-none of your landlubber an important measure, the benefits of :. The Chipola river, from which this irorement, now progressing in the I was read. a third time.

    ..:ft;:: for me.' 4 Ave, that's right replied which' are developed in the able and canal is intended to bo constructed, State of Georgia, will in a great degree Mr. King moved to amend the title

    : :: ,; tlte pertinacious J Jacksonun, Ills its obviate tho difficulties to which of the Bill all and inserting .
    , satisfactory exposition of Alajor Webb : origin iu one of the IO\Y*;r. by striking out ..
    :,, ; pulling a Jackson ticket j out of a third should be defoyed for such uncertain counties of Alabama, and, after passing the want of an inland communication the following :
    '.:? pocket, here's a vote for the gallant contingencies. I: hopE, therefore through the most extensive tract' from the Gulf to the Atlantic, must A Bill supplementary to ihe several

    f 11 .", Commodore.' Jack seized the precious that the comnuJte will of fertile laud in Florida, it is. discharged ever give rise, especially in time of acts providing for the settlement ani ,

    !, : 'I voto with hearty glee, and it 1 the charter upon such reasonable approve into the Apalachicola river war. Some two or tliree years since, confirmation of Private Land Claims

    I soon went plump into Uw box So'I conditions as be considered about twenty miles above its connection the government of Georgia; granted to in Florida- which being agreed to.

    b:: !:, much for th= glorious privilege of the :. per, ana allow may this company to pro-pro- with the bay of that name ; this Air. Ebenexer Jenks, the right of con.. The Bill was read a third time as

    right ofjuffrage, when exercised by. ceed in the vigorous: execution of a river is navig-.iblo for boats, nearly to structing canal from the city of Savannah -: amended and passed.

    intelligent freemen 1'-JV. Y.: Euq. work so honorable to themselves and i its source, and i is the only channel". to the Ogechce river, and House of Representatives.

    ::>: I beneficial to the country. The land i forded by nature, fur the transportation subsequently (as I understand,) e-- i 7'hurscJalfIarclt 27i. .

    lIIPL.J\ \L. j is wholly worthless without this improvement of-all the produce which shall be tended that right to the Altamaha ; I I Mr. M'Lean, from the Comraittoft

    _, ; and I trust a liberal donation made in that rich section: of country. and, at the late session of tho I.egisla- of Indian Affairs, who were instru d-
    , In Ooagress. will be given on each aide of The Chattahoochic, a large, bold and tore of that State, a grant was made to cd, on the 14th inst. to inquire what

    : ,' House ot Representatives. 1 1t it, and at least section on the Day, navigable water course, after running Thomas Spalding, Esq., the objectof IcgisJntivc measure, if any, are necessary -

    ':.:': 'r-.. Friday: Marchllth, 1828. 1 for the erection of store houses and from two to three hundred miles which was to extend the line of improvement to carry into effect tho9tli a--

    . ..'f'..; Mr. Mercer,from the Committee on Hoadand other buildings, and a loan of thirtyor I through the upper part of Georgia, originally undertaken by tide of the treaty with the Florida ,

    . tt ::: Caflal. to which the subject had forty thousand dollars, to be returned forms the lower boundary between Mr. Jenks, from the Altamaha: to the Indians, dated Sept. 18, 1823 madea
    ; been referred mide the following within five that State and Alabama Flint river. The united works, there-
    years, without interest I watering a report, wlrjch was road and laid on
    REPORT rich tract of in each until it fore, of Messrs. Junks and Spalding, the table.
    ;' : upon good security, to he taken I country ,
    ft ',;:: i The Committee on Kotdi and Canals, to under the direction of the Secretaryof I communicates with the Flint, (aao- connected as they will be, by too On motion ofMr.ThitR, it was '

    ;: ..::: .; which was referred a resolution of the the Treasury. j ther important liver from the interior Flint and Apalachicola river, with Resolved, That the Committee oa

    .I. ; }iotie Representatives, of the 22d 13iave: the honor to be i Georgia,) by which connexion the the one which is now contemplated in Public! Lands be instructed to enquire
    .. I .
    u. .....L of February, 1828 accompanied by an Your most obe't servant. I Apalachicola river is formed, sixty Florida, will give an inland water i into the expediency of providing by
    : net of the Territorial Government of'r
    Jos. miles above its confluence with the communication, from one of the finest lawthat the Tombeckbec
    ; ,'If Florida, entitledn act to incorporate M. White. ; Association
    , ,'i1 ., a company to be called the Chi HotL C. F. MEKCER, Chairman, &.c. Chipolvi. Much of the country through larbors in the Gulf of Mexico, to the of French Emigrants established m

    , ,: .,. pola Canal Company: with powers to which these rivers flow, possesses mouth of the Savannah river, on the Alabama for the cultivation of in*

    :. ;;t! construct. canal or railway belv .en WASHINGTON CITY, t : great fertility, and all the produce Atlantic Ocean : a communication vine and olive, or such of them as desire -

    :JtJ,. the Chlpola river ar.d the easteAi, arm 21st Feb. 1828. : which will descend thera, must find au which, In times of peace will afford it, be release
    permitted to
    f', 4 ; ofthe Bay of St. Andrews," : The lion. Jos. M. may
    report \V
    . all the
    lJITF., : outlet at some point on the sea- facilities required by internal their claims under the with
    That after examination
    an of the
    :itP: ; '
    Delegate from Florida, board. The without the difficulties
    of commerce,
    bay Apalachicola the
    of the
    Secretary of the
    route of the : Treasury,
    ; i proposed Chipola canal
    Sin1 have
    the honor, herewith, does not afford tho means and facili- which must ever attend a navigation 8th January
    1817 lands
    e. nnd of the charter granted by tic Go- enter
    .. to transmit to you a certified copy ofan ties necessary for that outlet the around the coast of Florida ; and, in in the
    k '. vernorcuid Council ; Territory of Florida, for the
    ; ; I Legislative of the of .
    Legislative Council ei bar times invasion will '
    at its entrance is said not to allowa give a sa conveyance .
    4if 2'erritory of Florida to certain same purpose, and upon the same
    1 Florida
    per- incorporating for all the
    a and
    of to
    company draught more than feet supplies munitions -
    eight water cgnditions of
    the .
    f sons named therein under the contract ,
    : styleof the .
    purpose connectingby a canal, ; the channel, after passing the of war, which it may be necessary and the law in of which it
    the Canal
    ;f' : : "Chlpola Company,11the the Chipola river, with the eastewi bar is from pursuance
    winding, and subject to repented transport one place to was entered into iu of tta
    'r coramittee of ,
    : are opinion that
    : of the
    :t arm bay of St. Andrews : and alterations from the another.
    , J J\: t the ,approbation of Congress to the 1 beg leave to claim for it changes producaJ.'uvtha same quantity as: was given to cad ,

    ; t.j j said act should bo given only upon a cular service and attention your far parti- sands by the immense From these hasty suggestions, you of the allottees, as reported by the .
    I so as torrenf!* of water flowing into the will discover -".
    bay that advantages of the
    many Treasury.
    " t compliance, by die Governor and Legislative be -
    obtain from
    ; may necessary from the river the
    } Council aforesaid and the ; country aroundit may grow out of tbis work, in a National Friday, March 2 S1.
    f ; said with the Congress a confirmation of the grant is generally low, marshy, and too point of view, as vell as in a The bill from the Senate entitled
    i : company, following'con- made by the Legislature of Florida
    ! h ditions, to be made part of the said and such additional unhealthy to admit a permanent resi- local one. Much more might be 11 an act supplementary to the several: _
    : charter. privileges as dence near its shores, and there is no said ; but to yon, I cannot believe it is acts providing for the settlement awl

    H That the route of the contemplated 1 honorable think body may, in Hs munificence possibility of approaching it by land. nccessaiy: : to accomplish it, the company confirmation private land claims ia
    " I to in aid ofthis These
    ; canal shall be determined, by a competent most! important proper give, disadvantages, it i is believed, ask of Cougres a confirmation Florida," was trice read and referred

    A Engineer with reference to The undertaking. will ever operate to prevent its being of the grant given by tho Legislature to the Committee on Public Lands. '

    ;! the general line ,and plan of the artificial result advautages from such which must inevitably a commercial depot sufficient for the. of Florida, and such aid as will ena- The bill from the Senate entitled
    a communication country, and hence tho neceJsityofselecting ble them a' ** .
    'inland.seaboard of to proceed with it. As an act for the relief of-Mrs. Browjt,
    .- navigation ns is contemplated by this act, some other! point, not donation nothing is widow of
    the United presenting expected, except the late Major General
    States that the
    Chipola are too well kuown
    r ; to
    you to requireany the same or other difficulties. of the land >
    a portion borderingon Bro'rnJ was twice read and rcfererd
    : Canal shall there-
    : conform
    , Company exposition fioni me ; but as I, That jioint is fouad at the bay of Si. the canal, and such as is necessary: to the Committee on Military: Affair '
    - roin lie elocution of the powers vest- from an uninterrupted residence of Andrews the harbor of Which h
    said. for thoir place of deposit. This ?, \
    } : ;

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    P"1 :At !.:zrr2f'lZ1& Gv&rtzien. I No pcr'on who has read what we hive Appointments falsehood flies, truth cornel limping1 after, I Icad on spe tatioa. The talcs iocluie &it
    the Sheriff removes the impressions the former j i I f Sea Islands 6 370 Sd to 6jLwhh
    .4 of Un U inE.vkt heretofore published on tubjectcould UEfJlTVIUJf! Esq. to be Es- Upland, at
    : thus be creates. The Collector soon dissipated the 80 at 6| 1830 Ala. 3 Id
    in Now have a doubt but that it would cambia County, vice Charles Mifflt* ; Mobile & |,
    Florida has been held clumuies against him. and the Govern-
    decided.i It is not little remarkable that quire.Maj.. Ga64 : 24 OO'4eans,5&to8s8j.
    _ \ ork, at which resolutions were in the discussion of this question the J.nVEZB: to be ,"olonelofMili. meat ate satisfied. I now think, as I always Feb 26VA.-The sales of Cotton on S*

    a ?*)pted explaining} : losses likely to I State which, baa been moat conspicuousin tia. vice Col. John M. Pope. thought, that there ought to be a 'urday tied yesterday are estimated at
    accrue in con f"r.uenf" of the delay 4bfi t j avowing- its devotion to southern interests ROBERT A. LOTT E q. to he Clerk of the! COUlt there,I or am no respectfully.Your imported. goods. 4000 bags. The market continues dull
    Concuss: to confirm their titles! and i has evinced a disposition maintain County Cooit of Jackson County, vice friend. and without improrenent in prices.

    : wth une.xan.pled pertinacity its doubtful John M. Pope Esq. From
    Baltimore American.
    ;!iat the opinion ot the niertiuc! re- j Jos. AJ. White.
    I will -claim toa We br able to that the
    : --we say preposterous are happy to say VERA CRUZ.-The Celeno left
    spt-clinc the (bill reported to Congress por'ion of our Territory ; which, if it foregoing judicious appointments evince n 'TA5U1NGTO ( CITY, ?
    Cruz the 10th inst. We
    by the Committee on Private L-m.l I was successful, would destroy forever our great amendment on the part of the ap. March 20, 1*1S. { on arc

    f'hims, requiring proprietors} to brine: hope ofadrruWion inhi the Union. How pointing power ; and w* will venture to assert SIR-In reply to your letter of this date indebted to the politeness of Captain '

    ariions in the Courts of :he UnitedS'cirjs much more faithful to the cause it prcf.sscs that whenever the gentlemen now appointed r 1 I will state, with much pleasure, that you F. for a file of papers up to the date

    sutaiotht"r titles is that it to advocate would Georgia be, if she- shall go out of office, a mon Satisfactory had no agency whatever in getting the of her sailing. The expulsion of the
    to ,
    were to accede without dispute, to the account o/thero may be given than Territorial of Florida ""imposing tax old Spaniard from all of the Mexican
    would:! be unjust, ;aid would occasion siniilur claim.set up by our brother ol the we can now render oftheir predecessors.We on sales at auction" repealed.-On the con-

    treat delay md expense. Copies of St Augustine Herald, to a portion of her nary that measure was, suggested by rae to Provinces,had created a great deal of

    the resolutions:: were i>cut to Congress land, by relinquishing! which, she would: have geena paper headed the Hon. John Holmes one of the membersof alarm and confusion; and a general

    :accelerate an addition tothi number of "Proposals for publishing in the Cityof the Judiciary Committee of the Senate, suspension of business at Vera Ciuz.

    -. -- .; southern St te5. and increase their repre Pecsacola (West Florida) a weekly who very properly in my opinion, movedan Com. Porter was still in port ; the
    - --- -- be called the Argus." amenduent to the general bill whichwas
    both of newspaper to
    scntation in Congress. officers of the
    had address
    m. ,( '(\ 1.\ ill-founded We merely notice it for the purpose of observing then before that body, to repeal that squadron
    I w .: .: Instead of which, her preten-
    J: and law which ed him a memorialsoliciting his influence
    that it is entirely anonymous was adopted.
    c.=- -:- -- sion hag been set forth and supported
    boldness and confidence of whichwe without date.-It neither miornis us what isthe : I am very Respectfully, with the government to have the
    uith I
    a name of the Publisher or of the Editor, You Obedient Servant.: manned and
    hud not the least anticipation. squadron equipped, sent
    i when it nor when it I
    where printed
    was J.V.
    or SimontoD.
    The toUowing! concise sketch of the report ; is intended to commence the publication of, out against the Spanish fleet, for the
    1 we from tbe MuledgevileGeo.! Hon- JOSEPH M. WHITE, of the of
    . copy the proposed pdjMer. From these fads, florida purpose avenging capture
    i Journal. added to the conviction that no person, Deltgattfrom the Guerrero, and the death of Captain
    i The Committee commence with _-. _
    miUd deceived
    : unless very much and can Porter.A .
    : : the charter of Carolina, to the lords expect to earn a living by a becond esta- The U. S. ship FALMOUTH,

    :: propiictors in 16(33( ( and give a concise blishment in this City, we are led to the bound t>r 0 moa, got under way from from the Richmond Compiler. .

    : history of the various changes of conclusion that there is gO intention to pub Norfoll, on the 22d ult.and proceeded Letters have been received in this
    lish the Argus at nil ; it is probably onlyan city from the vicinity of La Grange
    .._*p-. ownership, boundary, <$*c., which effort of some person who withes to injure down as far as abreast Old Point

    ...c::;:_ -; -::-::_, __ _-_----- -- were made by the charter of Georgiain us, to prevent an increase of patronageto Comfcrt, but WtS: compelled to anchor as late as the 10th February, which,

    1-1\; y At'IUL lSttl, 18.b. 1732-the surrender by the trus- the Gazette-we tiust it will only exciteour <*in. The following is the I list we are sorry to suy, communicate "e"

    critf >\:ins /'/ ur. tees of Georgia to the King in 1732- friends to redouble their eiertions in officers and passengers on board of intelligence of Gen. Lafayettt's having

    ..... our fdvor. been extremely ill from an attackof
    -- -- -r.;: -- = --- of 1763 his
    m. n F* -:- the Kings proclamation her.
    Jo;;s CAMPCLLL EltJ'] ta\uig declined the pleurisy. Ho was somewhat
    r..:.ru.,. the -.eatio which hi- was ectcJ io commission to Gov. Wright in 1764- A letter dated Washington 22nd March, CI.\ Ui W. MORGAN, Esq. Com-
    convalescent still
    _ _
    _ the B 7.311 ..i AldtrnifiJ of lias City ; an e- the treaty of peace of 1783-and the and published in the New-Voik Enquirer, m ancer.' though too

    t"'IWIl' ha- been ordcted to be tIt on he treaty of Sao Lorenzo Real in 1795 contains the following paragraph. Our LlI.ultnanb.-Ralph: Vorhees, E. indisposed to see company. Of

    fa1.d iust. fiji the purpose of filli.ijrt'te! *ao. under the 3d readers can have 110 doubt to whom it al- course, he had not yet taken his seat
    _ -of the proceedings \V. Carpender, Charles Lowndes, G.
    : .- '.tiated b. the( of ludes. of which
    rrMgijatJuus in the Chamber
    . "ICi" Deputies-
    article of that treaty, to settle the J. Van Brundt, Hugh Y. Purviance.
    .."_'- c'c'a.r.f'ORG&. GJIIUCI and C?ujibkl. 14 Bitt I have: never yet said a word assembled on the 5th.
    boundary, dawn to the year 1827.: Lieutenant J/ari/zcj.-Bttnjamin Macon -
    about the melancholy magnificent i I L L..7a
    W. BAHXLKV Esq. lia? been renptiiivtd. The committee lay great stress on j her. -
    bv the 1\l,,.%ur, TrCayurer SIze floridian, who, aC dispr.tto of ihe ma-
    the fact of the acquiescence of the Acting Sailing 'faster.'iathaniel HmW
    C:::; fPcznac1a. ny brilliants ofthe day, has a numer- _Q
    ' authorities of until W. Duke.
    Georgia, very recently -
    ous train of admirers.: With a dozen
    A Jertei fiom ( t1. White, dated 4thNairn. in these proceedings and their blossoms in her hair, the mild : PIlTser.-Thomas Broesi. Port of: Jeusaco\tL.

    ex; :cses the opinion that Con rl'i! !? tesults ; and from a lull view of the orange Acting Surgeon.- Benjamin F. -_-
    *tU sol adjourn U-f-ue the last of May. ikd forth conclude in referenceto light of the gazelle in ker dark eyes, 1 Bache.
    : set ARRIVED.
    and her bust arrayed in glittering silver '
    tIe river St. :\1arv's that "the evidence Mate. Geo. W. Cod-
    Surgeon's M. Schr. Thorn
    _ The United States hip Erie", DAVIELTruNtn she languishes through the cxowd, April Reilly

    Ksq Ctnnrnidr, left this Purt is in favor of the stream designated who retire to the right and to the left wise St. Marks.

    __ uti Muml_> iast on a rrtnze. by Eilicort." School 'falter.-Benjamin Brig- lM.-Bng zgenoriaVheel
    :o permit her to pass. If you were to
    "Rcsolvtd therefore, as the opinionof ham. er, 16 days from New York. (C pt.
    .Vz!:.' .- -We kritand that three meet her walking through an orange
    _ ; the committee that in running the Afidsh ipmen.-Wm. P. ]onesP, **-1 \V. has favored us with later papers
    roTi.pai.4t:** of Unit n! states' Infantry, now grove in Florida or beside one of the
    _ sutmncti. xt C.4i'.lon -meiit Clinch' *, and boundary line between Georgia and limpid lakes of that delightful country, ter Turner, B. W. Turner, John L. : than those received bv mail.)

    : roil m.1a'f ti bv Captains Ftti cm }.. Florida, the point designated by the where spring is for ever at home, she Spencer. Mark Hale, Jon. A. Winslow ENTERED.

    _ J)AJJE, \\ ItLUM I..: ,H H'ul Lieut GmuciLi.rv ; commissioners under the 3d article of would command feelings of adora- Wm. McBlair, Charles Pierce, April 14M.-Schr. Elizabeth,

    %\ \ u.II -.til for New fir!. t;IS on the treaty of 1795 between the U. George W. Hooe, Pedro C. Valdes, Forsyth, New Orleans. Cargo to
    been tion, and I would net answer for the
    1r1.ndalt t. having transferred
    *e hat- :at'on Mij. Fo rri and Lieut. States and Spain, ought to be the:: termination consequences." Nich. B. Waters, Fred'k Chaturd, S. liambleton! J. Compton, J. PeS

    ALSTON arc also oi the detachment.A. of the line from the junctionof Aug. R. Strong, J t1niu l. BoyleGeo. cayf Austin and Finlay, J. Forsytb

    the Chattahoochie and Flint ri- M. Oliver S. Gli '
    The foll'tuiic: letter, from our Delegate, McCreery, on. and to order.

    bag of letters containing; Washington vers." Col. Joseph M. White, .o a Iriend in Penaaco Captain's Clr.rk.-John Pierce jr, Schr. Maria, Jas. McC. Baker,

    otK" !letteis mailedvith them at Montgo- March, tlic joint Resolution giving the privilege herty (withuut the permission ot the writer) to
    m-iv. for this place, u a?, ball unfortunate franking letters and packets, during l.ii"t before our leaders. Evrrv thin!? which Carpenter.-Increase Chase.: C. Keyser, Hyer and Kopman, Austin -
    arunent irtinuetl tendi" to explain the public conduct of our Keprtsent Sail Maker.-Is-tac Hall.Passengers. and J. N. H.
    ; J Montgomery ; ill con- tiie: whole year, to the Speaker of the Fmlay Campbell,

    A 'qu" ncp ()which/ it was not r T''ive d at House of Representatives, was after some mi takc.viti ttite, r and.jird tn to correct it, hU constituent iijistattnient!" have or .-\\"m. B. Rochester, Allen, J. Gamier, J. M. Tio, and J.
    rn_- Post Office ii. thIs City until Sunday discussion, agreed to. On the 25th the bill! d'Affaires
    I a right to evt us to publish, when in our Charge ( to Quiggles.
    K-t; ul.rii: it providing- !puworit will always give: pleasure: a* in
    Secretary of Legation to 1 : f A. Schr. Amelia Ratch New"Orleans.
    ; to trie ;th inclusive ,
    i-.i.igion claims in several l States and Territories was tin? ills lall't proiT.ptU to comply wuh his ex-
    taken up, and, after some con'iJfrat'on: of pi'Ctatiuii. Mexico, and \%'m. R. Beatty, private Cargo to order S

    Irternzllmprtrtmenl.-- earnestly!. re- I! the substitute offered by Mr. ik-men, it \\'\!HI"OTIarch 22nd 1323. Secretary to Judge Rochester. CLEARED.April .
    iIh'.z the .iu>iitioM of our readers to tne re- Dear Sjr.-B the sameMail that I6th. Schr. Victoirc
    broughtthe Jones
    PCU: j t'ttJe Cormniitjv onrll"d and catiah J' ating the price oi'the public lands was taken NORFOLK, March 26.---Thft U. S. ,
    Florida Advocate letter
    containing a
    ij: the }huce of fl.'ln'scnrali's, of War Falmouth MOR- New-Orleans. Cargo 15000 bricks
    on rnc
    I'11I up, Mr.: Ilendncks motion to amend of mine in reply to an accusation in the Sloop Capt.
    I'hipola C.-'nal and 10 the Betterof Col. I E. orie a.I7th.Brig.
    ; still pending ; Mr Barton pole at great Cuiincil imputing to me an agency in having clAN bound to La Guavra. went to by
    \ hite,our Uelepr.te." aDd ot Cl.VeLb the : V
    length agaiust: the bill end the amendment the law""imposing a tax oil auctions" \ sea ycsterday.-Beac n. Elder Brewster, RyJ
    Agent of the Chipoi.i Can l Company on a\nd the 26th the bill for the
    on 'providing annulled, letter was received here, enclosing der, New Orleans, ballast.
    the subject If this company completetthatihey settlement ot land claims in sevei al State? the letter cut ontfiom Tallahassee From the National Journal March 23th.
    _ have so laudably nnd with such Territories" carefully -I Schr. Grecian, Gage, for Havana
    and was considered, amended, under tile hope that the individual The attempt to persuade the HouseofRepresentatives
    npparl'ni zeal undcilaken. (as we have no.1ouLt and ordered to a third -ading. The bill by the
    alluded would contradict take
    to. my statement. yesterday, to master.SAILED.
    they will) one half ol the canaling I for the
    ,, "graduating public laudi, and ceding The enclosed uote.froin the referred .
    - allude to by u? a few weeks since wliirhit the refuse to the State iu pet up the resolution of Mr. Tucker, relative -
    ii' they I in, supports it. The writer at Tallahassee, April 11 /.-Schr. Florida, Ed 'fJ
    all that i ne'cessary the the
    to briup produce: lie" was considered and discussed at to adjournment of Congress,
    great he not to
    fearing thai might get an answer Baker St. Marks
    _ .. (?fa large: extent ot leiiile country to Pen- length. suit himproceeds loeuqu'ue ill am "popu failed ofsucces. Allhough'the resolution and "Tampa Bay.-

    ,- zr.c"l.i. will have ben accomplis'ied.! Let ,I On the 27th, the Bill for the relief of the lar and influential" here : & tin enquiry was worded iu the most cau- 14 / .-Schr. Thorn, Reilly, New
    n> PITT our own snnnlders to the wheel first,
    widow of the lute General Urown Orleans.
    giving u made ota man supposed to be ;
    .. my enemy i tious marfner with a view to catch .
    nJ 'lh' imploie Hie aid of Hercules _
    her 5,500 dollars: the amount of pay, emoluments if the answer had been in the affirmative, -- ,
    A. tu may we surmount our difficulties! and 1 & allowances from the tim of his it would have been pocketed, as the answerof converts ; although great efforts had

    cu 11\41 ourvujjon I Iro n the mire. death: to the end of the present >ear- a senator to a letter written from the been made to [bring; over members to O xucwuu.ffNAWAY : .

    \\ have been favored-4- ofse- was, after some discussion, ordered to a: same placernquiriug what part I took inthe| vote for the consideration, yet when from the Subscriber, on

    _ Hal bills which weir befote with copies at third reading, The bill "providing for Presidential Contest, was. The reply givento the question vas taken, the motion to 11th April, three Negi'oMen
    Congress certain iuruving Revolutionary Officerswas that, I learn, was, that os the Teiritoryhad ; viz.
    late dates : rinonj? IIr.'rs we observe a consider the resolution was rejected.
    taken up on motion of Mr. '" UOtJBUBT no vote, it would be considered intrusive

    bill harbots"&c.to auttimize. tile improvement of certain Mho proposed two additional sections to i and impertinent in me, to in'trJcre,, Perhaps this decision may be received 'fOUDae ,\\Jesse..

    ,- item. whict h couUins the following l the bill, extending its prOvisions; to the I and presumptuous to suppose: 1 had influence as evidence of the determinationof

    "FOI retno\inpobstrucions in the widows of the deceased officers, and to I: in such a question, beside hvin as House of Representatives, not TOM is 26 yeAls of age, 6
    soldiers the bill was tltl"I\ I much busiaess as any one man could do, foe high black complexion -
    Uclucola: Ruet in the Florida ; postponed to, J to entertain refer-
    Territory any question having
    , I about which time could be more usefully has small whiskers and
    # three thousand dollars." and made the order of the day for Mon my ,
    profitably employed." This letter I will ence to adjournment, until the Tariff slow, but
    Ti.is da remainder of the good delivery of
    .; b !1 \\'a lead twice, iu the Home of ) The dy was
    II 'p'esentatives on the 18th March and spent in the consideration: of the bill lor I venture to predict was never exhibited. Bill shall have been finally acted on. speech

    : oum.itted to the Committee of the Whole graduating the price of public lands.In The writer then proceeds to enquire into -

    . 4 IIiue.e on the S atc of the Uuivn., Hercules the House of Representatives, Mr. i the fact of my having cndtavored! clandestinely ., DAVE:, or JDcivid, is 25

    .4 F.Ltrns in be mbIe fat orab'y :Inclined to us I'CCKER moved the conwderaiion of the r to abolish the Pun of Entry at Key years ofage, 6 feet 2 inches

    ::!un he was to the '* Hg-nner 111 the c.ltc-ht'! resolution he oHerred on the preceding \\ est To you as my personal friend, who. high, is slim, of black complexion -

    r-lp"} ir". e>en before we put our shoulder day, to appoint a joint committee to fix ', take an interest in whatever concerns me, ; in order TO ciuak:

    t.itht- Uhcel' Shall we [t'ate all the labor to on day tor the adjournment of Cougrcj a, I will explain this matter although I have his villainy pretends to be '

    + \:Tirrt. without moving a finger for our own and tbe Ayes and Noes being oiled for never consdecended before, nor since the religious, ; is fond of waging- psalms, and

    r.. iefii' Syiall we IIP idly hv- waiting for by Mr. STORKS, the House refused to election, to notice the defamatory slang to I from tht Xeto York MercaxtUg AJrtrliser, being the greatest rogue, will no doubt

    *p. t:-...' imerishl navigation of our Territory tote consider it. which it has given rise. The Secretary of 3M Mirth, reeeired per Brig Agenoria. take the I lead in all convcrutiot..11w .

    improved fur our advantage whhoulrtndmnj The Bill for the relief of Mrs. Crown the Treasury made communication, to the LATEST FROM EUROPEThe -

    ;: r.ny a Uunce If we do, Ptnta'j passed the Senate on the 28ih Mach Chairman uf the Committee of Commerce, packet ship York, Capt. De C4*t, amyr JESSE is a Virginia Mu.j .

    uill/TQlt in time, but it may be too late :and in the House of Representatives ; recommending the abolition ofthe Port ol ed last cycling from Liverpool, havinjj .nied! A lattoe. 35 years of age, S
    ; for u: to enjoy her : : was on the x'fith ult, and brought regular advices to feet 10 inches has lost
    . 1 prosperity ''It is i ia our 1 wke read and referred to the Committee Entry at Key West,-I was summoned before that date intlusive- high

    power to make: her speedily a place of buliucss on MilitarAtliurs.. the Committeeto, whom I stated that I The London Gazette, of the 2CM, contains an 1 several of his upper teeth
    and importance, if w e are had been of that either and is hard hearing h*
    so disposed. Our Police.-Unfortunately for the credit always one opinion, Order in Council, which enacts that no goods, ;
    of our City: it has lately been the scene the Port of Entry should be abolished, or a except the produce ofthe fisheries in Britili i is generally whistling or laughing-

    ' TTis J1"ra:. t'r-The n'ght of Sunday the of much noisy mirth and J tiotou Court established to prevent smuggling, ship, shall be imported into, nor aay exported brothers
    6th inst. and the following morning; erccu1r.r at unseasonable hours of the carousing and to punish those who were guilty oi I" from, an\'of die British posseswionti in America Torn and Dave are ; they

    th.-ui! : any we had during the past dijtui bauce of all night,, to the violating the revenue. 1 preferred the latter by sea, btner-ttiau the United Kill dom ua.Cis came from Craven County North Carolina.
    Winter Ice trirnt quiet, order y per- but if would to places mentioned therein, entitled! FreePort and it is probable they will attempt to return -
    wa ormed thicker than a SOUSeV know not the Congress not organize a
    e individuals conceited *, f'xten.b the provisions ofthe akl Act U) there and that Jesae will
    otlllrancl! accompanythem.
    1 concurred with the
    I the gartens in the City and Ts'icni'lt in thee breaches of court, Secretary, in
    the peace, but Pictou and 2.duey: in the province of Nova .
    _ \; : together with wishing the Port reduced to of
    most of the fruit, regret that we have not a Police sufficiently one delivery; Scotia.
    (whch; \\ a. forward for this reason, as Foreign imports to a Tile above reward: and all reasonable
    ____ very cm account of efficient to restrain them ; particularly The Turkish Manifesto excites consiuerah-!
    the total absence of winter were t'ntirehCntrtlyed at this time when Pensacola contains so small amount, if any, were consumed there,I interest. A Vienna paper @Iate.' that the Porte expenses will be paid for apprehendingthe

    : The crops ...i ifl l probably be many respectable strangers, who car- and they were only entered, and sent to has drawn up a list of proscriptions, which iuclinlea above mentioned slaves and securing
    ._ nwrt backwarU than usual, this season. ry away withiheman unfavorable may other places for consumption the same te 1500 FreichfEneliih, and Russian aubjecta. them in any Jail iu .:..1\ 1 can get them ;

    ........ ot our City Government. We impression assure- venue might be collected at a more convenient .. Some of the subjects of those powers, I wiB pay to proportion for eitner of thermWm.

    T' jrrr.-The CItizens of Pensacola them these disturbances are unusual and safe place. The repeated com. who have reHed in Constantinople vewln thirty jean- A. Bell.
    flee the
    among plaints of there whether have been ohiyedjto; place ;
    pre m:favored with the presence of a us. proceedings just cnn have been unloaded for the supply of the Pen! acoa, 15th April, 18285tf.NOTICE.

    '_ su ul!! eompai-y: of Theatrical Performers His Excellency WILLIAM: P. DiAL, or unjust, were giving a bad character. Turkish armies ; reinforcements of me ,caniion, -

    V Inch I.OA not been the case before for Governor of tbe Territory, arrived at Tallahassee our Territory, and exciting prejudices against aud ammunition take their departure daily; from .
    us. The Committee then ol r
    several poke Constantinople, and are to hape their course.towards
    )cirs past. On Even
    } Wednesday on 18th March.
    in- the Huse Tuesday A public the very unfavorable reports against the! the Danube as NOn as th? weather is A N Election will be held at the Court
    wa? opened, with the TraRitly dinner was given to him, by the Citizens Collector and the illicit JHouse
    trafic there-and 1 lopeD. in Pensacola, on the "
    of ))ul1gla s. lncl the Farce of The Tallahassee Saturday
    on the
    ult. that if it order the Pachas
    4 suggested were known that the A circular to avows instant
    Way rfftor the The letter of invitation 22nd April, ;
    Wedding or the Wife's was highly complimentary -
    Port was about to be discontinued, for the: that the forbearance ofthe Porte after the
    TirM Lesion. This evening the celebra and WH signed by some (we be- for the purpose electing two Aldermen,
    entry Foreign merchandise, that a large: 'battle of-Navariuo was only to gain time
    ted Comedy of Simpson & Co., or a New lieve, we know by at least one) who have quantity would be entered before tile bill I and accuses the Russians of having* at to fill vacancies in Ute Board of Aldermenof

    Mode ot Hanking to be Mlowed by the disapproved of hu Excellency' course, and could pass, and the revenue would be lost. succeeded in seducing twa other aid City. '
    Farce called: }-'ortune''rolic, or the have exerted themselves to prevent his re- To this I replied that I knew nothing tb/i t to assist in overthrowing Ottoman C.mmilliontt":, EnWL.. D lKt,

    Tme: use of Riches, together with other appointment. It may be well for these would justify such suspicions against the: powers Empire.The P. PAL'ns k. Cmaiis BVASS.J. .

    entertainments, will be performed We I'itars of Bray to act thus, as it tends to integrity ofthe Collector, and thought the: Ambassadors were at Co rfu-2 fJI G,- Drake,
    .. trust the Compauy will receive allay the asperity of party feeling, and
    such patrudge pos- unfavorable representations might be, and I make
    ilbl.1IU that view it is said, were t, new propositions Secretary B. A
    u may rncur ge their future Vii may beneficial. For most probably were, erroneous :-but, il r
    the Porte 15th 1828.-5-If.FBJ.XCJSCU
    : !t to Pensacola with ourselves we take no stand from individual to PcRsacola, April
    an addition ta their they determined on the course, the bill I I Marchioness of Louie
    ., feeling-we have Th youngestdaughter
    present heretofore
    respectable forces. endeavored to could be the
    put on its passage, by rules oi r
    oi the late King Portugal, NOTICE.
    expose[ what we incorrect
    -- thought in Gov. the House, without the delay of referring it
    : The Florida and Gcor.rza Boundt..ry.- Duval's course-we have done so for the to the Committee ofthe whole. I then left has arrived in England, with'her husband, undersigned, having sold his stocfc

    ., Amungthe documents with which* f cfea of the Ten nory-he U re-appointed them :-after I was gone another member: in a schr. from Qihraltar having fled THE Groceries to Col. S. (; T1-1?:.
    h'e been *%"** by C!K White a with Mr. Crawford we would say we will came in, and' heard my last suggestion,, from Lisbon to avoid her brother Don tend leaving for the North about tbe first
    of the. judge him by his measures" and sincerely Miguel, who was displeased with her demands
    copy RtprJ1 ut the Committee we without knowing what had previously passed of May. All persons having

    the l0ll'e of Ucpre nve on the hope that we may find them such as ; and, with an erroneous impression on I marriage. against him are requested to present

    boundary between lhli Vcrritory and the to entitle him in future io our cordiAl sup his mind, wrote a letter to a person Interested The French troops wore about to rlaem-and those indebted will please! tcaud

    ate of Georgia he Conclusion of port. If*so he shall have it ; but, until we Ht Key Wes t., imputing the movement rUle evacuate Cadiz. -aU settle their uccounuSamncl -

    which i% in favor of the old established see some cause for approbation we at least when it was \at the instance of the Se., LiTfrfotl Sat. Evr. JY*. 23.-The sales Patterson.
    l': must refrain from complimenting him: on Tallahassee of Cotton this week Uaount) to 14,400 ,
    c- the ::trl'.m dcigiitcd cretary My friends at made! I I ..
    by EUicot. l' 'rnb!'.: find pirate; worth.-"' ,umtthiD g ct !t ,bst Mq. Bu altab: bar, of wb&> 1400 &,&" bAtkn rCY'* $on. April, tt'1, 13e5.

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    TRV.11tC. TV tKc K&vr oftKe Pcmntri Gaiette C\n' n .l\1 COMMERCL1L HOTEL. Ptritttftal Literary JYo.-t--We: bJw-! "
    -Aboutthe little difficulties which in- House, lately occupied by Maj'r. several times heretofore, called th .
    This natnher of the PenoicoU Gazette and nHHE SUBSCRIBER respectfully THIS WRIGHT tention of our readers, to nany of .
    4t, \\Vst! FloridaAkfcriiscrcomplrtw'four volumes, took place to day at the Court House JL forms his friends that he will still J was epened on beautiful publications with which \4

    which hare been published under the sujxiriii* during the election for Mayor and Aldermen draw Deeds, Mortgages Bills of S,)le, the itith of February, by the Subscriber: now abounds, and which our

    t' tendenceot iti |m.v>eia HJu T, and"during this for this City, and of all I have said 1 Powers of Attorney, and other Inlt1r11m who tespectfully solicits achareothe Patronage country lished rates are 1)11-

    vholc l pWHil only ten number*have toeeu I tued myself, I declare to you, that no body even I nts in the most approved of the Public. All, which the localities at astonishingly cheap. 9onie
    lur?np kisabsence from the City. While I he aoknowlcd" to this moment has come forward to Writing, afford, shall be studiously) provided, short time !since we, received thej ., P
    yet and solicits
    rfectkn.s &deficiencieswhich forms on the usual terms; and attention devoted cud nineteen iiumfa (by the we
    '. ; !' many imj> ask me satisfaction. I expect, Sir, every to the quiet way sbouldlike
    I'. U, have dwubilvse been apparent u tire manner any continuance of their Orders. comfort of those who will favour the House a continuance of its visits) of "TiuAniKi
    .J t ; it ha. been comJucfrti, he cannot but hope that you will be pleased to give publication W. Haseil Hunt. with a picfercnce. a Literary GvZctte," publ.shed
    :; credit for his tu the above, for the knowledge ofall
    ; claim
    i. .: that he mayjusdy aswidmtyand
    An in
    March 1828. excellent Billiard Table attached to other Saturday Philadelphia
    Pentacola 26th every
    '(. i ; zeal in iw nuna csircm emd for his feeble l those v ibO then were present.
    ::1" endeavors t
    c:: he undertook the publication of a VJ.respectfully JksonSUeriOrC0Ut't. building will contribute to amusementwith taining eight pages, royal quarto, anaoc

    } t,ii., public journal with ittach distrust as to hi? abilities Thomas Comyns. out interfering \\ itt) the good order and casionall} accompanied with engravings;

    r :...! b;; to discharge the arduous aud retpoosibtaduties PenA la, 7th April, 1828.- 4-2t.LIST Western District tf Florida. quiet of the House, and private parties can the typographical! execution handsome;

    ;'! which would devolve on him, but with a be always accommodated with a distinct and the articles highly interesting.One .

    i:.; ., firm dciermiual, by tadttstry and perser.Licc OF LETTERS 'I' James Hull, complt.1 sitting room. of the most beautiful engraving .
    .,. t. to acquire the experience he needed, and vs. I There is on the premises onv of the best: which have noticed of late
    t: in the Post Office ens- we is a Cluster
    :; to stand or fall upon his own tateists, be theyever Remaining Romeo LeVis, IN CHANCERY.
    I .:; '. so ( ehlt'. He has steadily pursued the: co!aon the lit of April, 1828 ; which if I Richard C. Allen, ] Stables in the place, where Horses shall be: of the Miniatures of Nine eminent liT.ing .
    I .
    1 ,..,;, t. course:: which he thought correct, and, S8 Wy not called for within three months, will be Simeon Cook, defts. strictly to.JOHN i i American Poets. (Halleck, Bryant

    : responsible for the errors and weaknesses of sent to the General Post Office as Dead L GARNIER.I'i ncknev, Sprague, Tercival, Brooke.
    complainant: being duly sworn
    :'Lt. the Editorial depattweut of the Gatctie, he THE Woodworth and
    . ,,., hope* that a small portion of praise' may be L tel'8. that Richard C. Allen one ofthe erpont Washington
    ;I : ;' awarded: to huh, for: ap honest expression of his A.-S. R. Allstoo, John Asgue jr defendants hereto is not an inhabitant Board per Month, $ 25 Irvine,) copied from original portraits,ta

    J :: .;.:. opinion and for his earnest endeavors to ad- B.- John Ball, Egbert B. Birdsall, of this District, but lives in the Middle Day Boarders, 20 ken; expressly for the NEW YOHK MinondLadies'

    , : ;tiK.-e the interests the City. and of the Terri. Gabriel Bertrand Doctor Brosiaham District of this Territory. He therefore Dinner 75 a Literary Gazette ; which accompanies
    1 t.:1: ; tory. Breakfast 37. the number for January 26'h
    I or Supper ,
    order of advertisement
    HII against
    , ,.,' We have received from the Community as I P. Borgns, Robert Battick, G. M. the prays said Allen. Horses per day 1 26 containing biographical' sketches of the

    r'1' r.'t; .. much' encouragement and support, as, under Brooke 4, Seth Besso, F. W. Brady Thomas saith thattbe per mouth&: 20 persons represented. This single num
    : xiatin<; circumstances, we had a right to expect Baltzelljbeing sworn
    . ; John VV. Pensacola February 20th, 1828.-45 tf. ber, we think, is well worth the price of
    &ot ; and to miay individuals) we arc indebted I Bradbury. contents of the above affidavit are true.

    ::4.,.. for tbeir exertions to acrre usby increasing the C.-Diouicio Coss, Isaac Clark, Thomas Baltzell. a yearly subscription to the Mirror, which
    circulation of and to WFT FLORIDA. i is published every Saturday. at Four
    our paper endeavoring J lot
    [ Cross Fernando
    Horatio ,
    : Cross Julia
    ::! 'j: proradle the interests of our establishment. To Sworn to before methis lars per annum. The Editor promises

    . !'. ..:' theae, and to all thoce who have really patronisedas. L Christin, Felipe Caro, James: 19th April [March] 1828. A VIEW OF WEST FLORIDA, another similar plate, at a future period.

    ,,:::$: .j;" we tender our grateful acknowledgements ; :Callahan, Andrew Kegher Ciper, Kobe. A. Lott, EMBRACING its Geography, Topo The Casket, of Philadelphia, in Octa\o
    ::-J. but it is tttelcfs to deceive ourselves and others
    , t; ., I Edward M. Crei :hton Thmias Clk. ., with an Appendix, form, continues to be published in a manner
    : : ; concealing the fact, that we need more extended s. C'. j. c. iv. D.t
    of its
    ::.;:r:1:;' patronage and the more prompt payment I Cooper 2. Jackson County, F. 30th Much 18.28.-2if treating Antiquities, Land Titles, highly gratifying to its patron, and
    g of all We have been anxious and Canals. creditable its Editors.
    f 1M; ubcri on. very We have
    1 1 Darius Defere Isaiah Dome
    ; ;; that our pa per should be known, and have, ) TOGETHER WITH received two numbers of the Second Volume -
    ::L:9t':.3; .; therefore,[been willing heretofore to "xtandtodulgonce I William Duvall, Mr. Drummond.i NOTICE. A Slap of West Florida (for January and February) the first '
    : those! who with intentions
    to ,
    :, :i ;?;'t; t.) patronize us, were not able conveniently to E.--Thomas B- Elegau, Fraacis I ETTERS of Administration on theth ... a Chart ofthe Coast, a Plan of onUms a Portrait of AXDUEW JACJtioy,.

    j ::;;1 ::1 .. comply with the condition to pay in advance j B. Elison, Frederick Enos, David A Estate of Catharine Wilson, late e he second a Statue of WIIX.UM PENc.

    . !!p. but it 10 now time for all such to prove that they Easton, Alfred \V. H. Eiwes- the County Escambia, deceased, having City Tcusacola OC/'Those Subscribers who have for

    !:;ii; ;;.., have not been imposing upon oar accpmodating/ F.-T\1omas Frceiovo 2 Au- been granted to the undersigned, by the : warded through us the price of the first

    I .flt J.:; disposition; at a mode of proving it, we call Hon. the County Court for the County ot and the Entrance of Pen cola Harbour. volume, are reminded that they now owe
    't.: opaii them to pay up all arrearages, and at the gusti'i Faire 2.G.Elisha. Escambin all demands BY JOH.V I.nVILL1.MIi.. for the second.
    ! ? tame time to increase the circulation ; persons having
    4 tojriideavor Just rtcricvi
    { GrushJohu Gardner against the estate of said deceased for sale 6y Among the moat useful and valuable
    t It : of our paper; and not: to allow our subscription
    : !foJ .1 list to be shortened, because we demand payment Alexander Gibson, Nathaniel L called upon to present them without delay \V. Ha ell Hunt. works ot our Country is the AMKHJCAX

    J '..ii'f for our past labors, and expect an assur Gage.H. : j and those indebted, are requestedto Pensacola, 8th Jan. 182fInformation FARMER, put)' 'leC1b J. S. Skinner, Esq.,

    J !If! a.nceot future support. Wm. Hall! Col. Humphreys to payment immediately: to of Baltimore, weekly, at Five Dollars! a
    ; To friends in and about the ,
    i CIty'c Often
    John Tobin. Wanted. p ear. single number ef this publication -
    . f: have always endeavored to render our establishment Lynch IluismaiuI. contains
    matter worth to tar
    , 1 i useful, by the gratuitous expoSure .-John IiMierarity. A din in stralor. HIRAM SAMPSON, by trade a Tailor, mer, the full price of a year's any

    '.. ; I ,;: of our exchange papers to all who felt J.--.GeorgeJackun, James Jack- Pensacola. llth March 1828-5VJ-8t. absent from his friends in tion. It has a expensive circulation subscrip

    :J ,.'r inclined to peruse them, and while we are :i toil. Virginia about ten years ; when lust heard I but still very ,
    we wonder that it is
    1.; aware that by so doing we allowed them to s LAND AGENCY. (rum he was in New Orleans. If Mr. not more

    ,: :.:! .;.1 It. Anticipate what was to' appear in our cot- K.-Richard T. Kinnon. subscribers have optned an of. Sampson is living,_and should see this, he generally paiticuhrly subscribed the for by all,claas and more
    ; fccans confess have been astonishes I Lindermon William THE numerous for
    k we we L.-Jacob I. is requested to communicate with his re-
    for the } sale of whose
    ., "' purchselu use it is especially int tlcc.l and
    ::i ,1 and when remarks clisud to
    provoked to
    our Lambert Francisco Solomon i lations. information him
    Hopes, Lands, at St. Augustine in the house formerly Any concerning whom its files a fund ofuu..lua.
    ; 'r:1 i ; vantage have been reported to us, as com- i present
    directed to Thomas Brown Post Master
    Loriug, Win. K. Latimer2. occupied: by Col. Perrault, at the ble information.
    1! I tog from those who, nithout patronizing usin
    f : J :' any wayhave taken advantage of the use M.-E. JVjflrlpt, J as. McKenney, south west corner of the public square, IViccomico Church Virginia or to W. There arc many other period icaUo
    IHsell' U nt.'QII .Master, Henwcola, will I
    ; 'J: : ? of our pa C'rs.Ve trust, however, that F Michael McCnrtv, I:>aac iMcKeevor, where persons desirous to accomplish either be attended to and confer fit eqiul merit with the above mentioned
    ,'t :is .:' the number of these impolite gentlemen, i* W AlcCallum Mr. Thomas purchase or ales of real estate, are promptly a some of which we have heretofore noticed
    ' rn. McVoy, vw on the Mother and other relatives of
    U;1 .i :;., but email, and that a large majnrityof1 requested leav their commands. and may take some future occasion more
    J, ::::...: those who find our paper uninteresting, McVoy, Duncan McKmsio 2, i A lung residence in the Territory of H. Sampson. particularly to mention. It will always .'

    2-: from the reason just mentioned, will consider i-: David Manlove, Thomas J. Moore, Florida, has enabled the subscribers! >> to GTjTEditorainthe: Southern States \\:111: give Ud pleasure to receive and forward
    V.; ; ,k. (hat it i is our duty to make it interest.. Jesse Moore 2, Hamilton Morrow, become intimately acquainted with nearly confer a favor, by giving the above an in subscriptions to either ot them, as wemay

    :4. lug to our friends in the country,who have Juan Mego, John Machcaheimer, all the individual claims to land, m hi\ \- sertion., : be requested. Among them are, the
    'i t ::J' not the same advantages from our establishment i district, as well as to their titles, location*,p -- -- AMKUICAX PABMCR Baltimore
    "tot : Gouverneur Morns 3. ; Weekly,
    !L: as themselves.. are anxicrus qualities l and relative vutue And the increasing SXItiAR, \)\..LElt8.i i five dollar

    Ii 1 to accommodate and to please all, a-s Far alt O.-John O'Sullivan. applications mule: (tor inform NX-YORK MiKKon .

    t 1.: .'" in our power ; and in return we expect P.Severin Palao, James Pierson, tion, fiom every parl of the United Stales, 'I l HE subscriber has for sale, a few pair: rary Gazette, Weekly four and doihrs.ladle Lil

    t ,;::0.. that all permanent residents of the City audits Stephen Purinton, Francis Porter, more especially, respecting sugar estates, Sugar Boilers, as a sample from the THE AniKi, u
    Gaset'c Phila
    1. : t vidnity, who partake of our cotirtcsu1 '*, Elias has h induced them to belie* e, that an stablihhment m anufactory,and can supply any. quantityto ,
    :;.1 4 Philips, Timothy Paige 2, John delphia ; Semi-Muuthly. one dollar.
    ) ;. contribute
    : .r : i.Unot neglect to to1 the support of this kind, could be rendered order. F. II. NISBET.

    :'. I of our Papcr Pace! 2, David Porter useful to the public.All Pensacola, Dec, 7th, 18 r- 8-tf.n : CASKET or Flovera of Literature. IHt
    '::1 Pcnsacola) March 14th, 1029. jk. ; and Sentiment, Philadelphia ; Monthly: ,
    : -Mary Reynolds. .
    : ., .. orders directed to them, for copies two dollars and an haif.
    : :
    - -r- ''I--* NOTICE. S.-Jeremiah Smith, John Sicoc, : of surveys, maps or plans as well as othermfornuuoii 'r o the Publishers of Papers and Periodical ; ALBUM und Ladits Wt&lu Gazette
    . ::, John F'rdi. I on tbe above subject, will be '
    : Sager, Henry Slaback Works, tkmig/iost tile United States. Philadelphia, S 4

    .:' : THE Undersigned i ij. autlioriieil by nand Smith, EliZabeth: Smith, David I! furnished without delay. Letters, postpaid I IT is intended before or certainly by the 'IUK SWVEMU, lh1ladeJphiaVceklr.) ,
    ! i t ,': legal representative of Dna ElTlra directed to tire Land Agency, St..dugusiine of three dollars.
    May next to
    .. 1 1. Stone Jose Guinea Srtnuvenia publish a
    Zuleta.widow of Dn Ant'o ; pamphletwith
    , ..: : Miraya.for- will receive due alteH iun. other statistical MASONIC
    matters, to notice all 1 MIRROR and
    fntelligencer. >
    : P. Leah R.
    : .- merly oftlns and Simpson, Simpson -
    city executrix of the
    Newspapers and Periodicals in the U. Boston .
    ; Weekly two dollarsliALcro.N
    1 .;;L ,, estate fo'nule of said Miraya, deceased, to offer J. B. Shaw 2, Sfiuuders & Le WILLIAM H. SIMMONS, S.. and the City or'I own whert- published und .Masonic Repository, Neu-::
    I { Ir Baron 3. by whom and the Orleans
    conditions Weekly, tivedcillars.Mra. .
    :: One lot and house thereon, No. 581, T.-Timotiy* Twitchell, Jacob &c. A copy containing the above shall Colv II.J' MC*',INOKH: Washington,

    j:, .:...a; ::r:i-if.. OnJntendencia One tract containing Street, in this 22 City.Cr.b3Ierla.ai Taylor, David Thompson, Abraham Dec. 27th, 1827.--U-tf te faithfully forwarded to each of you, D. C. ; Weekly, four dollars. ,
    References; insert this notice, and forward NATIONAL tREAcustt New-York Month
    Tomes once,
    .. of John A. ;
    land situated betwixt Tnrley.V.
    Texar and I ,
    bayou ,
    :i Col. Jos. M. W hiteDelegate -, a paper or a copy of the work ly,one dollar.
    :; .t :' the Bay of L'eniacok.! The nature of the .-Ezra Varney.W. you
    Florida publish to LIBERAL
    from PI1
    :% Philadelphia, directed to :ACUK'R. Boston, Mass. &
    : : ::: ground is said to be of tr.e best kind for: -George Wooliey George: Mr. S. Puilaiielnhia "THE Kecm y. *
    .. ( Henry Tanner nL\\r LLIU.u U. ; Monthly, gl.
    \ tt'
    , :p...., manufacturing II bricks, and the proximity Welsh, Henry \V ibonV Ill. C:. Doctor iirush, New York Philadelphia, Feb. 22. 1828.B Madeira
    i ::4. as.weii as easy means: of conveyance, Whittle \VU.Viuning Bernard E. Bee, Ciiarirstun; lV lPs. CordialsRECEIVED &'c.
    \? :' must mike the property very valuable. Winfrey Mr. Janaos J Schr. Orleans
    Williams Baltimore. F. H. per iroaj
    , 7;'.. i \\ .. Haseil Hunt. Williams, Jas. West, JosIahVhitch .. NlhBET, I : ,

    . .lit. e r, Wm. Ward, Frances Williams ;, the President of > EGS leave to inform his Friends and 10 cases superior Old London
    ; 7': Fensaeola, March 20t.'i,IB2B: -2.-tt". By the United I : Particular
    ... Stephen Williams: Charles F. \\'ail l I, former Customers, that he ha recommenced .-'I Madeira IIIC!.

    ,.-Iu.\..' ,. THE Charles Wood 2. : htates. : business at his Old Stand I, 110 Old Port \\' ne.
    I Y.-eromiah( ; pursuance of the provisions i of the he has for sale a very good assort-: 10 Cherry Br ndy, Superior.
    "Farmers lagn.7..in Yancey. IN meiit ofFresh ,.
    : ,;
    : : ;
    ; i 20
    ; Not forwarded the not being ; section of the Act of Congress, first quality assorted ia
    . :;-.f, ; FOR tIle acquisition of AGKICULTU r i postage approved on the 3d of March, 1823, entitled Seasonable Goods the cases 1 doz. each.

    , -b'- L. LITERARY, and MISCELLANEOUS paid-'George Delany, William. An Act alileudin and supplementary I- 10 UVine Bitters.
    .,... : Henry I Lower Canada. Received by the latest arrivals from New
    .. KNOWLEDGE. to the act (01 ascertaining claims and York and Philadelphia. 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin.

    t ;_. "K nowlcdge i itpoter'DmconTHE ((125 Letters.) titles to Idandsin the Territory of Florida I, ,3& ar4 Point Blankets 3 Barrels Cherry Bounce.
    .7\ '-. and "provide for the and disposal 6 Half Bbls. Anniseed
    FARMER'S survey Peppermintand
    MAGAZINE is designed f-4 and 8-4 Striped DufficM
    . to contain information drawn from W. Haseil Hunt, of the Public Lands in Florida," I JoaxQUISCT : 1 bale superior Heavy Blankets Cinnamon Cordials.
    Whitney dt
    iI ', AUTHENTIC SOURCES relative to the \pri11st. 182833t. Post-Master. ADAMS! President of the United 1 3 bales White & Drab For Sale by
    L ht States ot America do declare FUuhing*
    ,. improvement of hereby
    management remarkable Bli>e and black
    J make known that sale imperial cloth ; blue F. H. Nisbet.
    Farms sources:: of Manure, number MAIL an a public will '.nd mixt cAssimeres sail .
    and kind of Stock, farming utensils, laborers ARRANGEMENT.FLORIDA be held at the Land Office at St. Augustine ; ; nelts assorted Pensacola.} Tc. 20, 1827.

    J dairies, &c. AGRICULTURAL MAIL- on the !second Uonday in May next, super super ar.d. common fancy: -a----- -
    ; prints; 78 and 4-4 Irish linens -
    IMPROVEMENTS drawings and Due Tuesday 10 for the disposal of the Lands included ; Irish DISSOLUTION.rglHE .
    r- _k ; de- every at o'clock'M.. l lawns ; dimities 6-4
    :; &cn'ptioiis of USEFUL INVENTIONS at 2 within the limits of the following described I. : super fancy ginghams of "
    Departs same day o'clock, ( M.BLAKELEY h ; white yellow, red and flannels partnership FIN LAT & RnsirJL -
    I critical notices and reviews of Townships and fractional Townships I, green t in
    ': :; such pub MAIL black and colored TOY, consequence of tne death of
    ; bombazetts.
    ..... lications AS tend the situate in the District or" East Florida, andSouth Mr. James ia .
    !L may to interests of Including Mobile and the Stales of Louisiana I printed 'bombazetts and Salisbury flannels [ Uusliton dissolved ; all persona
    F ::;. .-'t the Husbandman { improvements in the and Mississippi.' of the base line, to wit: ; spool cotton, assisted ; cotton balls having claims against the late firm
    ... :'; breed of DOMESTIC ANIMALS ; accounts Due every Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, M. In Fractional Township 4, of Range 11: beaverteens, linen cambrics; cambric; will present them to the subscriber for

    :t,:. !',::: of such FOILEIGNand DOMES Departs every Friday at 12 o'clock, M.1 Fractional Townships & 5 ot Range 12To.nship : hdkfs ; Baroge hdkfs; black Italian crape ; settlement, aivl those persons indebted,
    :;- .I': TIC trees, shrubs vines, plants seeds and 4 of flounced will comeforward and nuke.
    7 ALL OTHER MAILS. I Range 13': robes ; gingham do, spider nets: payment,
    ; .:..; ful grains, as are considered necessary er use Due every Sunday at 4 o'clock P. M. I Fractional Township 5. of Range 13 patent threads, Russia diapers, plain and as no indulgence can be given.JAMES .

    ; .r.k for subsistence, comfort or ornament, Depart every Tuesday and Townships 4&, 5, of Range 14 fig red book muslins, Madras and Brit- }"I L.\Y.
    Saturday i
    :!. :.:: with INFORM ITION relative to their 8 o'clock, A. M. Fr actional Township 6, of Range 14 t.:-.a hdkfs., comp'y flags, figured crape; Pensaeola,2Ljli., Nov. 1827.-36-tf J
    . ; treatment growth, requ isite kinds of soil Townships 4, 5, & 6, of l esses ; white, brown and mixed .
    0 :: ;.; &c. ; and in short whatever may tend I to IC7* Letters which are not deposited Ranges 15,16 gel 7 3.a11) hose ; white and mixed worsted cotton .IUt:: Subscriber has just received per
    : I.<; increase the produce of the si/rl and one half hour before thp Forsyth, from New-Or
    d ad regular Townships 4 & 5, of Range 18 L wool do ; fine linen .)hose, ladies
    :r t !l lance the RURAL ECONOMY of the time appointed for the departure of The Townships are to be offered in the white and black cotton do., lead slate l leans, a very largo assortment: of Groce. .
    ;'.1":=;.. 'It.-f..( country.Insertion. the Mail, will be detained until the order above designated beginning with and black worsted do. plain and camblet ries. lie offers in addition to his lormer

    ..t'.0; ; will always I be given to such next Mail unless the lowest number of Section in each cloaks, furniture check, stock :-
    RKPOltTS addresses ; suits the convenience bed-ticking, superfine C.hampaigne Wine in Baskets
    r and as Township. : of 1 Jos
    ''W be communicated for papers may of the Post Master to mail cotton shirting, oil I cloths, black I : each, warranted
    'j : publication, by the Lands reserved by law for the use c it bombazines: fancy belt ribbons, black and superiordo.
    t :! several AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES them sooner. Schools, or for other Brandy of 1820.
    purposes, are to be white satin and mantua do. 5-4
    .. ; of this and other Sta. tng.8.4 Z ante Currants
    p s. excluded from sale.
    8C7: : On Sunday, the Post Office i damask, brown linens; black
    -;.' 4j.5 A LAND REGISTER, will contain, as will be kept for one hour aliei: Given under my hand, at the City ofWashington and white, plaid and striped, Bapti&te PonchongTeaPrunes .
    ': far as practicable, a list of farms, which open this fifth day of February ; very fresh
    fl' I printed shawls and hdkfs printed %Vate
    the arrival ;
    : :1;! t. ': are now, or may: hereafter be, 'Olt SALE: ; and assorting of the Mail ; A. D. 1828. t too hawsf.incy! silk dresses r- Raisins ?

    .. ;r" .' account of their size, situation, qualityand L and letters will not be delivered out tl rums thread, Almonds ., .,
    John l linen glox'es linen tapes, Russia
    .!. ..... ""' such oUter particulars. may be of the office at any other time on that: Quincy Adams. mill'd drab cloth; blue, & red strouds shirtings, Jtc., Medoc Claret of 1820
    : : : deemed useful. By the President : Tuscaloosa! Rye Whwkcy
    J.. 'I; Space will be afforded for the SOLID day.'V. GEO. GRAHAM, 4 cases saddlery, assorted, Goshen Butterdo.

    k.t. and Sterling BEAUTIES of LITERATURE Hasell Hunt. Commissioner of the 9 cases Brewster's hats assorted Cheese

    t :; the useful arts and Sciences Natural POST OFFICE, Post Master. 51-8t. General Land Office. qualities Beef in bbls. for family ic

    ,I :., History and Philosophy, Biography With an additional supply of Goods
    : Pensacola, 1st April 1828.-3-3t. 5 trunks fine ready made clothiag Dry ;
    f:; .. ..... Voyages and Travels, state of the mnrkefc HBA-STORES, &c. 12 trunks la
    :j4 in the principal Seaports, &c. &c. NOTICE Is HEREBY Subscriber has just received per and shoesChildrens'and Sold Low for Cash. '

    .. .' :7. TERMS. GIVEN THE from New Orlean,-ma. boys' shoes; brogans, &9. J. Pescay.

    4 THE FARMERS MAGAZINE trill be kin* his assortment of Sea Stares very Soal leather, calf skins, shoe thread Penwcob, Jan. lltb, 1828.

    , ; ; published SEMiMONTHLY ; the price 4jbUAT on toe 29m diy of March, 1823: complete : 25 keg I Virginia Tobacco 6""

    : : ts three dollars, payable either at the time wL 1 levied an attachment on tire real Macaroni in baskets 5 boxes superior cavendish do. TOWN OP M.'l.Gm"OLt4.: ':

    ; of subscribing, or on receipt of the first and personal property of Mr. Joseph Y- Vermicelli in boxes Hardware in the new Town of MagnoU .:
    : Cruzai, absent, at the'suit of Mr. Tuoiuas $ c. LOTS .
    : It \ number. That FORM and SIZE has been Gruyere cheese Pen offered for sale. This place is
    Wilson of Baltimore. pocket sportsmen and desk
    f. i 1 ttJopted, which is deemed mast convt Patte grasse do. knifes ; knives and forks United 8 miles from Fort St. Marks ou
    ; while the of Henry Wilson Raisins Prunes, Almonds C3versfalters the St. ,
    r fiient for binding, quality the and trays I Henning's best needles Marks'! river and 15 from Tallahas
    i fj : paper beauty of the] ty e,.(enti ly ticvj u. S. Marshal of the C'ampaigneVine'' and trays plated snuffers see. The river can be navigated to the

    ',' and the general execution of the work, Western District of Florida. Famiiyiour carpenter's tools, shoemaker's spurs, spectacle and Town by vessels drawing- feet water.

    will be such, as It is hoped will reflect Pensacola, tat April, 1828.-3-tf. Do do half bbls. J n et's do., stock locks! padlocks, bhovels cur l The situation is high, dry and healthy ;

    ! credit on the Publishers, and GIlA 1'1 VY < -4 Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Pork and tongs, kettles t has two Sulphur Springs in the vicinity

    ITS PATRONS. i iEUitori TJLLLOW; BEE WAXJTI11Ii Mackerel, No. 1, and No. 2- cards, &c. &c.Pensacola. sauce pans, cotton one of which is only 200 yards from the

    . giving the above a few inse Superior Goshen Butter Dec. 7th Public Square. They arc said to poSngtta1
    1827 38 tf.
    .highest price in cash given for: Ucst Cincinnati covered -
    tons will oe entitled to a copy of the Hams : medical! qualities.

    ..tcnrk. Address L. Z. Rictumuox & Co.Amenta .j' .:.i the above articles bJulius Middling Bacon, &c. PBI& TJ:1\lG: Fo.-Jiirther informatien of Terms &c.

    :. for the proprietors. Pescay. Julius Peacay. Executed with neatness and despatch !apply to J. G and N. rbml n, SI. Marka _

    '-:irmlptwl, Wacth J, 1828. remacola, 7th Dec. 1827: -38-ff Pensacola: 26th Feby 18 i-0-4r. .at thn Ojfif or Augustus Steele, Tallahassee.
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