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: May 16, 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.
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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PUBLISHLU WsTFLY BY I Spain but the United States solemnly I j that quantity, awfi therefore the provision U\n l
stipulated to confirm them. I und-rsitand [ to appeal| i ia imperative in all cases ; and that station, he was required to be on I pronounced the project as visionary loot

IIUN'l' & '1'ABDIrr, fro-ii this provision of the treaty, that this I there can be no claim confirmed whit lie same day at two pi.ices, 300 miles 1 a- before out Delegate became ii* fcdtoeate,
d' rnrl; but as the law provided or the Engineers had commenced their
examinations -
Publishers of lit. l.auaoftkt United State Government is bound to confirm them byleislative cs not receive the sanction of the compen.
recognitions, or to establish I Supreme Court. It provides for a law*I patios, he took the liberty of being at neither of the country.
and of the Territory of Florida. ; With the result of their the
I surveys or
and assistant counsel aid
soie tribunal to do so. We have organized agent, to the
SoB3CHipTiox-Year g5 Hoard of Commissioners whose District Attorneys to oppose these claims Mr. Wil.1c expressed a hope that those subitance of their report (though they will

Half veer 3 a confined to the decisions of AH these are restrictions. They nevi friendly to ths inl! would cease to discuss I be influenced as Col. While has, in atfticipation -
Quarter year 1 50 chimsunder p-iwers three thousand five hundred were imposed before ; and, unneccssay it, under the circumstances, as it was the j insinuated, by the opinions .of indS-

Subscriptions payable in advance acres. These ,Commissioners: were required or unjust as I consider them. I woud object of his friend frk m Florid to obtain; !I. vidual, in the Territory.) I profess to be ,

ADVERT ISIKO.-Every advertisementof to report the claims that number even take more from any quarter whee a decision on the bill today: lie reminded u that unacquainted their ; but I hazard the prediction
the width of column and the House that this bill examinations will confirm theimpressions k
measuringnot had
one of acres to Congress, with their opinions the interest of the Government "as.of already II
more than twelve lines of this type,firstinneilion evidence adduced where the interested twice passed the House as early expressed by me to
upon them, and the any one imagines both Mr. Johnson aild Col Tntnall of Con-
one dollar, each weekly continuance in their support They are reportedand the United States are involved. We hd Mr. Gurley made some observations on i{! gross, u f voribe! to the practicability of

fifty cents ; longer and wider ones At I have not been able, in three years. I better have some decision, than this lie- the bill, but in so Iowa that even 'I' any oilier than a boat communication, and

tfi" same rate. Rule first and insertion.figure work Advertisements to induce a committee of this House toI I destroying uncertainty and delay. I cn- their purport scarcely reached' the desk : thnt by the route of the Santa Fee, and
for the -
double juice examine a single claim. The Governmentwill I sented to these amendment, becausi I of the reporter. }concluded with expressing Black Creek. I mention this fact, because

will be tastefully of them displayed and will, not survey and sell them 1 he claimant could do no better. All that I ask or hi" wish that the bill be committed while Col. White complains in his last circular
according to the nature ,
hr measured by matter of this size type. cannot, ithout a confirmation, dispose these! claimants, is an impartial trial. If in order to amend the principle. and in letters written nearly two

When inserted at intervals, (that i is, not inserted of them. that cannot be obtained, I ask. a trial \th Ir.Uaile then made some few obse! ":\- years since, of communications, from individuals

week, from the first to the : The country s embarrassed by unadjudicHted as many provists as any one pleas, i tiois. lie said the question was whe. in the Territory to Gentlemen in

last insertion every ) each insertion will be charged titles-the population is retarded, whether he understands it or not, so fiat ther we should provide some mode of Washington unfavorable to these proj ct'.

as a new advertisement.-Amounts foradvettismg : and the solemn obligations ofa treaty are the provisions or the treaty and the l\vs : granting justice t'" these claimants. Go. Justice insinuates, that the Commissioners

payable always on demand.i. di "earded.; If the claim i is a valid one, of naions are not absolutely torbiJde; to vernment would not confirm their grant have seized the favourable occasion of espressingin -

.-' : iiM.ralcontrart' <; .vill be made with 1 Sr.:.it injustice is done to the claimant ; if be consideredin the tri.il. 'A Governueiitcompared and they noT ask that this bill may pass] anllcipalion the unreserved

tluis'w';; ttu'i adveriKo'by the year. defective, the United States do not survey ) with the lives of individual, is with a view to submit their claim to a ftommunicntions of the Engineers. to the

A.1\ O.ommunica+ie ins a-Mr-ssed \V.JU'Mt. and sell the land until all the valuable immortal. If our rights are to be pp..t- competent tribunal. Much injury had same effect

!?IVT, Editor will be promptly timner is cutoff and the land exhausted' poned twenty years, the Gotersmenthad resulted to Florida fiom the delay in confirming 1 remain,

MJe U:1 to. The longer it isdel.iyed., the more difficulties as well take half the properly now and these ;grants Many persons; had Gentlemen, your obfdl.James .

-, .... are to be encountered. The hod\, I confirm the remainder. Those who wantto len the Territory and gone to Texas. Gadsden.

as in some districts that 1 know olin other see my opinions on Spaniiaiuclchtnts, laving abandoned tim-c*,*att y 4n,4lj nl &w l.. ...-..-. ..--. .
C (1.\\ (1 R FJ S \ {\. tiL.. pars of the Union, will become cove ed can see them in the book berote me I SJo One Will takr or t>tiy ttio l.n'lo wi\Vi.... SLXS9A9.C9-1.; fir z'HiIi aA1V..a.r aCD'SxsstON

or- -= -=--'--- --,-- with settlers. These claims are sufficiently think they will find tint 1 have ret gone a good tHe. This bill would retain a rns

IN SENATE. odious and unpopular without this too far in the confirmation or large gra nts. large population now restless, and he '
The Commissioners to whom, by a legisl.flive
therefore that it would Both
I advocate here hoped pass
new interest against them. nothing but a in], whichno
Monday, April list 1828. Houses had act of the Council Florida,was referred '
adopted the line principleto -
and just government can refuses ask
The occupants become numerous, i no of "the *
The IM1 authotizing the Lq ish- the claimants small in number, and the favor for the claimAnts-l askoity the ex- refer the I-argeclaims to !legal tribunals. the investigation and consequince cost"of

tive Council of Florida, to meet in representative looks to the wishes of the ecution of the treaty and that congress If the House would not take the responsibility opening;, practicability a communication probable from the

October, instead of December, and majority. A law i is never sought only by do] unto these ,people as Spain wiuld i have of rejecting or admitting these (uhf of Mexico to the Atlanticj by the

repealing the proviso in the 6th section tfittse!; who approach us without influence; done. 1 do not consider: it a literal poli- claims, he thought it ought certainly to most advisable route through the promontory .

of the act to amend the act for and received i with !suspicion. So long cy, becoming a high-mimlfd I legislature: send them to b: decided by legal tribu of Florida, and "the extent ofassistance

of to condemn or denounce all forge cfuima derived from the
as lw! United Statesarekept out posses.s nals.Mr. thru/may be
the establishment Territorial Government ;on by the unadjusted: state ('fthe claim, because they are large-8* this ts urgedas Isacks made some renmrks: as to the General Government in aid of the undertaking -

in Florida, and for other and the claimant cannot hell, this newly the only legitimate objection theyare operation of the law of 18'24, and its application and the terms on which private

purposes, approved March 3d, 1823, created party, without title, hol.fs the valid, let them oe confirmed not, to the Florida! claims. entcrpize An
was read a third time and PASSED. lands for years,until time wit! permit themto the land should be sold--and the judiciary Mr. Gurlf y said a few words in reply its execution," most respectfullyitEPOR'C

22nd. set up a right of prescription. The is the only safe tribunal. but WAS altogether iniulibie.
Tuesday April :
situation; Mr. Bucknrr said this bill would Mr Bartlett said he wa''stCfcl:1Y induced -
people of Florida are not in that ; embrace -
The bill to authorize the Postmaster of tic to give his consent to the consideration The project of connecting by a ca-
but, what they may be in twenty years, it a large claim Forbes: Co. for
General to erect a I 1'lIildmg! for a the titles remain so long unadjudicated, 1 1,'JOO (*JO acres of land. lie stated: that ina of this bill on the statement of the inline: waters of the Gulf of Mexico,

Post Office in New Orleans, was cannot say. They all now desire the settlement similar proviso.i for Arkansas, the decisions gentleman: from Flori-J He perceived with those of the Atlantic, has long attracted

read a third time and passed. of these Kirge claims.! If it be were limited to claims not covering however, that it contains principles which ; public attention, and the various

The bill supplementary to an act decided to be public property, let it he more than a league square, or 3,500acres. ought not to be hastily adopted. The I which have
bill is Matted be publications
to imperfect, even appeared
sold to the settlers. It private: let it be He was not oppoxd to the passage by .
making appropriations fit the Navyof decreed to the honest claimant.: It is of the bill under proper guards. On those who are in favor of its principles, through the columns of. the

the United States, in the year 1828, I unjust to delay: it ; a failure to comply the contrary, he thought a measure of He would, therefore, move to commit it Journals in all parts of the Union,'

was read a third time and passed. with a contract between individuals for this kind was due to tile people of Florida to a Committee of the whole House on I serve to demonstrate the general interest ,

so years, would un- ; but he objected the passage of the the state of the Union. manifested the As
House of Representatives.Saturday many you pronounce on subject.
Mr. Wilde) moved to the bill the
,just and flagitious and 1 know of no exemption bill in its present form, involving such lay on i
; the 1818 19 and du
19th JJftril 1828. of a Government from a similar important results and{ the principles of table' which took precedence and was early as year or ,
LAND LALMS IN FLORIDA. carried-- 81--11.1 46. ring the occupation of St.
which little! undentuod the ayes temporary
obligation, or in the performance of its are so by
The Hill from the Senate tor the set. contracts with foreign powers. The peo- House. lie pointed out some variations Mr. Wurrs then expiessed a wish that I J\I nks and Pensacola by the troopsof

tlement of certain Land Chims in Florida ole of Florida have petitioned for six between the provisions of this b1and\ of the bill be committed. I the United States, the then Se-
(reported by mistake, ns having Or. motion of Mr. Allen of Miss the'
passed the bills thesame which
years to have these claims settled, those on subject, creiary of car, and now Vice President -
ye+terdtv.: ) was read a third time. enacted for :Missouri and Arkansas. vote to lay the bill on the table was :
who are not, as well H those wno are in- were of the United Slates directedsome
In rrpiy to an objection from Mr. He moved to the bill but withdrew then considered, and a motion to commit : ,
terested. They must be decided at some postpone ;
1)wight.Mr. the bill prevailed. examinations to be made near
lime. The claim will not be the I less the motion.
U Hirr: "a' l 1. !he regretted exceedingly 22nd. the of the St. Mary's and Sewasiey
of April sources
equit.ihle, or the more illegal b dela)". Mr WHITE said, he was sensible the ,
tkat the l hill now under consideration The heirs of the present Clai'fltl1ts'ho indulgence of the House, and un.ter the Mr. Williams g.ivo notice that he rivers with a view of ascertaining

opposition should,in OM i's Its final detail passage, which, encounter might I may have worn out their lives in unavailing }- circumstances nt' his peculiarsituation.he should, on to-morrow, move the coiis'Jeratiun I the practicability of the chan

will still demand the could never froget it but, as he had no
supplication, ex. ; laid the stidden
have been correctd Committee of theVUole of a resolution he on nel way proposed ; but
ofthe colleagues here to take of this
ecution charge
\ This! b.I! relates ttfa: subject difficult treaty.It bill in his absence he the table some days since, relative to } re-surrender of those posts to the constituted -
hoped to be indulged -
tope understood : to wlnrh few members of the are to take them prescription.
House occupants ny -
leave the question. Tne gentleman from General Commanding the Army. lie for a time, the operations commenced y
could dt vote sufficient attention. There is not a here who can
Kentucky has not examined this bill with had c-ill the resolution: under favorable
proposed to :
He ws* therefore desirous to have it I say thesecliims ought not to be settled up prospects,
I there but few who believe his usual attention, or he never could to-day but the Chairman of the and with the views.In .
pass' htf'lIt"n into the error under which he I
circumstances unnecessary to be mention- Congress is a competent tribunal to do it. to labor.Ths I Committeft on Military AtF.iirs couldnot the final session of Florida and its
r-dt is ii'jv*. his seat for a few days at They are essentially, \\ judicial, not legislative bill declares!, that the law of824, be in his seat before the expiration occupation as a part of the United
least, :.w1 perhaps for the remainder of questions. Congress may confirm
framed he waved his intentionand
to enable the Missouri gave States, this subject was not permittedto
the "e lIion.: If, sid Mr. W., the opposition but cannot reject.They have no powerto ,
institute the
to proceedings to try validity this notice for to-morrow. slumber but introduced to then
of the gentleman from Massachusetts! declare a right void, which a treaty has was

only \vs! to be is mte.l, it would require secured. Tne claimants will have the )Florida.of their Here titles, shall the be words extended-"The to Wednesday, April 23rd' attention of Congress during General

hut a br-cf cvpbiiat'oo.' The objectionis rijrlit of a judicial, investigation, whenever claims shall be adjudicated are according to Mr. McDullio from the Committee Call's agency as Delegate, connectedwith

to tfe; repeal ot so much of tile Missouri the Government exercise any own- ->h.p. the form, rules, regulations, con'!ition9, to which was referred the bill a project for the Improvement of
of trial is secured the
act 19 subjects claimants to the payment The right by Con- restriction, and limitations ; prescribedto from the Senate "in addition to an the inland: navigation of the Gulf of
ftitulion it is the sale-guard of the
of costs in cases in which the peti- ; great
tioner establishes the validity of his claim. citizen. There :s no power known in the District Judge, and the claimants, act making an appropriation for the Mexico to the lakes of Louisiana,anda i

The provision itl that case wan unjust and this country that can control it. Any settlement in the"State of Missouri, by an act of Con support ot' the Navy of the United canal commmunication between the 4-
if the :
irreconcileabie with law, without the of {gress. Now, sir, English language States for the river. It
good policy, and all I by agency the furnish words that will: year 1823, reportedthe latter and the Mississippi
our legislation on the subject of private I Judiciary, does not finally decide the right more effectually adopt any all the provisionsof same without amendment ; and was again brought to the notice of
land asserted.
effect declares
ciarns. It in that
that hw, 1 cannot ('comprehend. All the bill was then committed. the public by an elaborate report of
the Government of the United States will is
I say there not a Comir.ittee in this the regulation prescribed to the Judge Tuesday 24. Committee of tie
April a Agricultural.Society -
Hot confirm the title to an individual, or House who could examine claim in ,

permit him to have it decided in a court these report in one session every, if there was and the trial claimants is to be are underthe here re-enacted rules aid and Mr. Strong, from the Committee of St. Augustine, with lhe imposing

of justice, pnless he is taxed with the no other business before them. I appealto the conditions of that act the gentlemanfrom nn on Territories to whic: was referred proposition of a 'Ship Channel

whole co U. The treaty under which the their experience. These titles are Kentucky thinks it ;would only relate the amendments of the Senate to Thorough\ Cut,'.from Gulf to*

right i is, or ought to be, secured, requires founded on, and derived under, the ordinances to forms of practice. If the gentle the bill authorizing tho Legislative Sea "; which magnificent but visionary .
that the United States shall confirm
to of a foreign government, in a for. man nad been so good yesterday: as to Council of Florida to meet inOr.to-, design Was subsequently revived
the same extent that the title would have sometimes dependon i
been valid under the Government from eign the language.powers of They a provincial officer have proposed any other words, or if, during ber, instead of December, and to repeal and zealously enforced by Colonel

uhich it ia.derived to the claimant. To whose authority is derived from an official, on the the table several, he weeks had thought this bill has the beet a- tho proviso of tho 6th section of VVIiftr. during the two sessions of the

execute this treaty, by which the public order or instructions of a Governor, Ge- mendmenta he now he would the act to amend an net for the establishment last Congress, in which he represented -'

faith of this Government i is pledged, we neral, or of the King himself. It was.the have rendered me a suggests singular; favor. .He1 of a Territorial Govern- the interests of the Territory.

proceed to pass a law, that this,claim shall policy of that government to leave the titles objects to the bill because it does not ment in Florida, and for other pur- Ably seconded by Senator Johnson,
be. adjudicated, and if established theclaimant
I in an imperfect condition, to make it
for the of If he
provide taking testimony. pissed 3d March 1828 of Louisiana an apprdpriatiou of 20
reported -
is required topay costs. Sir, ; the interest of the grantee to be faithfulto poses ,
the will look to the Missouri act, he will find\ the of the 000 dollars obtained from the
Government Com
ou hl to pay for alt the the King and his authorities. The that admitted with- concurrence was '
expenses of the trial, whether the title is claims are not less just on this account testimony cannot mittee in the said amendments. The National legislature to defray tire ei-
obtained notice the
out being to .
Confirmed or not. They are bound, if and the Spanish Minister displayed! greatforesight District Attorney. In upon these cases, with said amendments wero then read and penses of the necessary survey, and
they means r"gard of settlement treaties, and to it provide would be some iniquitous they should in inserting be in the treaty that the attorney, law agent and assistant concurred in by tho House. So the two brigades of United States' Engineers :

to say to a man, having an unquestionable as they completed would have by the been Government under- counsel provided by this bill, I think I bill has ..passed.... both Houses.JZOMMUNJCA ; skilled i in their rofession,have
is -- -
not too much infer the interests
to that
right, you shall pal for its that of Spain. These claims involved a i b'een industriously occupied duringthe

ascertainment. Such has never been the number of difficult and abstruse questionsof of the government will be protectel. TION: I last eightcee.n months, in exploring .
The truth is, there is no testimony to be
of .
practice this Government and such 1 I
local law and the
construction of the country and sea coast with-a
trust for its credit, never will he. treah' This bill to extend taken-these are grants admitted to Ir To the Editors of Hi* Pensacola Gazette..WASCISSA I ,
proposes the 'ieof Information ho
The whole expense of commissions to .provision of the existing law genuine; such as they are, or are provedto April 22J, 1S-28. \ collecting on

ascertain the validity of claims has: been I for the decision of claims in Missouri, providing; to have heeA before the Commissioners, GYTLEY.Elll your paper of the J8th_ channel way proposed. As.their report -

borne generally by the United States, Florida That law is complained of, and the powers of the granting authority ult., which was not rec'-'ie 1 1 until the last as derived from well ascertained

and never, in any case, except in the I law the claimants, because it favors the Go-by is the question unless they are on condition mail, you hare admitted an article over i Beets, drop the most advisable route,
the questions are of law altogether. the of Justice, with
now signature
proposed to be repealed, have
they vernment. 1 am willing to receive and cost" of
been subjected to this oppressive tax A bill in more exceptionable shape, and an affected spirit of liberal feeling ou the practicability probable a ,

This provision was inserted in the bill those whose rights take are confided to me. I less guarded,has twice passed this Hoase; report of the Canal Commissioners, rtadc cp.llnl! e bi.icing the objects contemplate *
am to law
at the instance of the Chairman of the repeal disposed the That any is the that does not it has been fully examined and discussedin << under an act of the Legislative Council.- :;, 'i!'ty be very soon expected,
Committee of Public Lands in the Serrate of honest claimants great protection the Senate, and 1 trust will pass now. That document is unquestionably a fair your CoMiir.iisiunefs: decline what
; and any thing Mr. Bates of said this subject for criticism and far be it from
was not ,
a from Missouri who had Missouri me, '
In the form of atria), accordingto its could only be ther: speculative ideas
witnessed its onerous pro an application for the grace and bounty as one of the Commissioners to feel disatiicd -
operation. The visions, is all that I want. This bill does on this division the referred
principle incorporated in this bill of Congress. He stat/d. that the bill in *. with any remarks editorial 01 subject

the c llimantsuponthefootiRg of all, places other ri not give to us the, provisions the Mi8so relation to Missouri was not advantageous, otherwise, which may be bestowed upon it, 10 then:. They believe hotvetler,that

suiters before the court, and directs that fe.tures.In act. There: are several most important but, i,a the contrary, oppressive, ta the provided the public have all the matter prrsetiteil she e -rljr opinion of the Undersigned,
which ,
the It. bears heavily upon claimants. lie bill which to them. The Text as wel'! as flu
coils shall abide the decision. It the claimants. I will referred to a that thf idea! of a Ship Channel_ or
mention them.In Commentary. therefore ; *
you ? nc
IS too might be this
plain to yet called during session
require further
remark. I the first up Thorwgh Cut had ..under.pry
will proceed to examine the place, excludes all claimsnot ,and on which it would be necessary: Report of the Canal Conunissu I 0:. R Originated

ture of this bill. It is known general to fe a- presented to the Commissioner, and for him to go more fully into the princi- place in the columns of your paper, so than t I v enuneous impressions as to The ,

gentleman in this Haute, that the claimants every examined by tb m. It does ..ot confer ples on which this bill was founded. HeW the community may decide ho'.v far toe I tl:[.:ractfir of the country, lias been
on the facts detailed and the
power court to take II
to lands under title derived from cognizance 8 disposed to consent to the pamge of specuhtions {- wtil ,i.CPCtitlt-liii.: H Ills or an elevation
HIs any claim reported as antedated and forKed ed iu, do injury or not to those who have
Catholic. Majesty, and his lawful autbonties and permit a re-examination. the bin. He believed that the inter- thought proper to complain. I hare no of from .1 SO to 200 feet above the

provides ests of the cou1d'not
the United suffer
n States
their Flordagf were secured |in that all claims over a league if wIsh to detract from the reputation of Col. surface, _of the ocean interpose, where
rights square the broadest
of latitude
property by the 8th arti hall be taken to the given to White, though every expression of opinionadverse and
cle ol the Supreme Court, in this planes swamps were representedto
He to
Spanish inquiry. referred a clause in
treaty. These rights all cases where the decision is the to his views, have been no impugned t exist and all the b..
Were not only declared 'to be against the act relating to MiU uriwhichimpuled ; >s and inlet
as valid an United States. There I by himself and some of his friends. ,011'1 I;
they were under the Government oft j will be submitted' to the are none which upon the District,Attorney dvuies incompatible I th* subject of the "Ship Channel," or ,on both the Gulf. and Atlantic, within vtle

I couita under wIth eatl: other. Wh.cu' he was" .Thorough Cut/' we have'.besitat issue, and J i limits of the proposed points ofI .







of this Florida j Gaii *u'n ronntv. Thr: inhabitants i 1 1'1fflh=lr',.. "a"c '19t1 18 !. I

\rs apd shoals* presenting ins jiorahle h have cmiteimdstted a karogk or pnss-.ige, yet nitWit those in Walton in'mht all I tilied! at the leturn of Governor Duval,
i i
to admit in rescuin* from anl desiro'is! of totityinj their
id sufficient capacity ;
the fcf respect
otatacks to entrance: ves- crp.tut, convenient; channels for the
frigates casting trade conducted in vessels have :I: f for hi! worth. have invited him to partake
I the transit of larger
cta. However these of our
:ds'ofbf'gc: and the idea may not t transportation of their produce, con} :lofa: public ftin'net":1t the Tlunda lIo\elOI1
of the line. Vessels of o that capacity' ,
fads may; conflict with the practicability or ships that by this'runnl the obstacles in the Chipoia!; I l :| 5atllrcl.; ,) the 22i"uistarv
I sire would still have to seek a pa sagR bo altogether.specul-itive, IIDlmf'I]
uf the ship passage stitrgystt-d, I Creek, (/hoctawhatchie, I I In the discharge III the litecutive dn
the of maybe
they do not oppose, in the, opinion of to thfi'Gulf the \\ ( *t India Islands, undo \Vater bt removed and canal ties, which devolved upon you, by th*
Yellow ? ,
.. Cn1nsionershefea'hiIity of a ''orboinj? constructed; at some iwval so revolution-led: as ultimately to 'I absence of the (; u\'frno, the committee

;you canal for vessels of a smaller capacity: yard within the Gulf, to be made sta- transfer the whole cmstiitg( trade between commnntCJitions opened to tIm spacious I I with plaasurc declare that your conduct

I: in- tire Gulf and Atlantic from the bays indenting that section of his given genera' satUfactionand while it
for steamboats. The SWVH- : on the frontier they wore *
or even obto vessels nowwrJ to Steamboats, and, the coast of Florula. 1 I was beneficial to the Territory it exa.llcii
ncr river, en the Cielf site, admits of I i tended to \\trp.t"?ct. The ( Tt'SeOt the you in the public tnrtalion.
4 New Orleans, from All these siibjerts, n opinionof
feet its mouth crlou this seemingly advisable i IP approaching The committee ask attendance
depth of four only fit j your at
hut as the obstructions are principally; t.twt neamnJ"ouh bo preatiy obviated by the rivet 'Mississippi i to the Lakes. your Commissioners ore worthy the dinner and present you Vtith senti.

t'. # from oysier slieU banks, they may the facilities which would bx afforded By; the totter route the disadvantage attention, during i\w\ period of our ments or respect, with which they subscribe .

of a diiToreiu-r in tonnage, will be Territorial 1 condition ; xvben Florida them 'lvc!. .
cstod of cimnumicainj -
probably btf removed so as to increase by tile canal' su ,
I rlJlft naval de- counterbalanced by the frequency oftbe is held as common property, in the Your fellow citizen
tIre rent .
rp the channel to six or eight ? ? between "
way THOS. IWOU'N '
of which the States collectively '
f\ feet, while on the Atlantic coast both ':'jiots, and ofeyrhaworing! the materials: voyage; and an intercourse may improvement T. H. Itt IFN I c oC

Itt T'i I the entrances into St John's river xrhich ( :lch,from its geographical sit- hi: kept up the whole year with New become interested. Tho I. G. SKAHCY, 1 3WM.

aQel St. Augustine harbor are from 30 nation, rfti2ht[ host furnish, or mosisfind Orleans, which i is now very hazardoushT ; consideration trt Spain: for the cessionwas A. McREA f .

n to 14 feet deep, varying with the direction in need of; and und ?r a jliflcrut the river in the summer months. drawn from the general fund, and ALfX.\'IHUIn, | ?

; and viotttirce of tb<. winds, 3tul policy it may be found less nreposteroos :iNbst of the coasting trade of the however local some of the improvements JOHN Y. GAUKY..! J ?

the tides whidi are influenced by t to construct vessels adapted I Gilf is new conducted by the channel I suggeMwl may appear, yet as ffm. .17. AfcCa-ty Esq.

them. A Steamboat Canal, or 'One to harbors llvm: to attempt to remove of the Lakes in preference to tbeMiwissippi they would enhance the value of tho To which the following reply was ore; :

ch which notwithstanding i this exorbitint public domain, and the sooner enable I c i vcd.
.t of a sufficient capacity to admit tb shoals; and improve mnclvm ; ,

.# ; transit of small coasting vessels surlins nature, in her iindovinting opcration'seems :> toll exacted at the cn al 1 Ca- the General Government to repay( Ta'lahasst March 19, 1828.

?';L are found peculiarly adapted to the ;:: to have fixedher; snal TIt:, toidelel, and if this ch'lq on the intfrOflr..e into the Treasury the amount of purchase GENTLEMEN have just received jour

g navigation of the Gulf Mexico and I naval i< now ;)yrknowlnd i.iis on ot 1 : to New Orleaiia couW hereto money ; any appropriations for ente of this mornin ',in whch; you aile myit

;J lakes Ponchartrain, Burgn, and LIaut the efficient means of National dofunce i I uf.d a fair: equivalent, the probabihy said objects may be considered as national : eudance at the dinner to be giren, by
the citizens of THMahaise' to the ch'tbgi
1 'land the extcw.Iefl! that the : ; investments for (profitable re-
JH.Jr'I- is strengthened
rep;, uud which appro'ich New Orleans varying as passagt \ tr'ltf' of our Territory, on Saturday
.jL LI by the Bayou JoUnsand Canal Ii time herder of the United States does;, I IF to hat city, as a matter of selection, su ls. Tins however is but a covnmrrfial tho 22d inst.

t I. 1 Carondelet, would, however, in it would appwar; he bet'.cr policy to F)I [bob on account of the health; olcrov's f view of a subject of deeper I I In accepting the polite invitation allow "

. the opinion of Commissioners, I adapt our vessels of war to thn coasi: and greater frequency of voy- and more general interest. Florida I me to assure you that I participate Urgrly

1 combine mast, if your not alltbc aduanta- I to he defended, than to ncglcft! if noi\ would be by lake Ponchartrainandbavou Wrts obtained for its military position; I in the respectful sentiments which you

I I St. Johns. to round off aul; perfect the boundary expresi towards the Governor, and in thegeneral
. I: gescontmp1atcdby ship canal. AH abandon a frontinr, because PH'4. I ( ; pleasure' occasioned' hy his return.

,I the commerce of the Mexican. Gulf; burs or bays do not admit tif tho ready j Gn he subject assistance from of the United States ; when; in he Permit me also to return my acknowTcdgt'nent'i -

!iff'' with the exception of that portionwhich I ingress and rqrcss of vessels of thui tho Ceiter-d Government," & *ucnli-- 'hands of a foreign power it !had! been ;. for the kind terms in which

model which rtrwal architectorR migliJ I and violated; by sa age and civilized foes you JIve haver: been pleased to of
; 1 may find a passage to the ocean: i : I im n of )private etlerprl7e capi I apeak
bv Tampa, St. Andrews St. Josephs; | most approve. These remarks will[1 tal' in aid of the Florida: : canal your to annoy onr .southern! liontier. The! i he pub <* condiKt (IfYuur

... Pensacola, and Mobile Bays and the not, it is hopod, bo iloene] l irrclo I Com;n,ss i'juers report, that they ad- defences of the Union weic impelled I i and litimSfc: servant,

; mouth of lt' J\iiv iJ' in)i will Havr ti* I .. i t
be conducted-in vessels of diminished[ military) ronseqiHMicps of tiir Florid'icanal. he Kxe/Jtives of such States as theysupposeomust continue so unless the General Government :I

sie and little draft of water. The The di-fence of the Gulf of directly interested iu i will, by opening the avenues Agreeably! to the! above proceedings, a _

t ;.; :: rivers Amaxura, Su\vtneySwiah7\tdl- i I 31exico: jnvolvM's the fcesritdf no i I tie' ; succ ss of the proposed work. to the country, }hold out inducement number with the ol"th Governor f citizens and of Tallahassee, '...".";'

Au gill; St. Marks achi-. less than I nine Sates: and I fw. Territories $ to settlement! by Secretary as their /
cy, \ Appal l>y (he l lUcr they have not been en- rapid a population guests, snt down to a dinner (prepared J"

J r', cola, ('hocta.\\hatdwy, I'ascagoula! I ; and the irifinie: works projected I cuiiraged. and as the profit on private not'only capable of sounding by 'lr. 1) Ii: Sutler in his best style) on -

{ Pearlj Chefunct}', and Ihe two Ametisjitw 1 for their '"lIritynU! prove I I capital soiuvested: would be remote, the alarm on threatened invasion, Situurdavthe22,1(1 inst. Mnjor Alexand'rAd

' vary depth Ht their mouths: fromTfVL : inefficient without the* rt>-"per icon of it is nol pnhflhle;; that individuals. could(: but of resisting the first assaults: until I! .ir presided, n.ssi-ted by Capt Fink ", :

t four to eight feel, and all wash connS5 I a navv.* If her h.irbors aro sivdlow i he readily induced to embark, in the reinforcemrnts from a stronger neighborhood : Urown and John Y. trey, E qs. as vie
. ? / tries of various characteristics; but 0 ft or oh t 1l'tll by bars. ;lu,1 l i i. i is IMvardou.s can concentrate for "t.'II rdl r the cloth was removed,
undertaking. t jsecurity. : the following toasts druk.
.; Bj sufficient fertility united, t I> hold out /I Il to keep vessels aflo'i? I c a I were ; t
i1 The win-k, however, is per.uli.irlyiNatkwal. : 1. nUll COCNTHY-too strong ii the nf
the prospect, under a favorable' climate distance from their depots! or tvithou::: Respectfully, &c.JamcH 1: frctions of the
"to.I I ; It will! open a safo and 1 people to endangered ;
.iI-it : of rearing, at no distant; diy, the means retiring (in them to refit, convenient chumel of coniinunication, ; (tadsden, by internal I strife or foreign it1Va ion.

!-r';t productions of valueequal to any a- I and of securing a safe retreat from thesuperiority I 2 GKOUGKVASHT(, ro.V-the father
I between the extremities it 'vill increase Kdward I R. G lb on.
1 +>::1 tier southern section of equal extent I of an enemy or tIe: violence I of his country, soldier & a statesman.
. tli t farilitifs: ol and To the Executive
< commerce : and Legislative Drank :
: t The intersected of th t/tl1ulilll
$ productions of the Territory I '' C'iemenfsil1111! seem
the means of (em-ral security, .aw.J in Council of the Territory of Florida. 3. THOMAS .:': "o.v-t.e! grcat :
. .rt p by these streams, miiit be the wiser poiirv) to invc a fleet ex- apoi-
4 I Florida the link in J _ -------- _- tIe of civil liberty -Iranh stnmlintr.
t constituting cemre --
::= ::=
't : transported in small vessels, and i if! a clusively! ailripied to the Gii,; and lieibays. 4 The
the chain of 'ho Union it will t'eopre-f'oI' 'l p"li-Vo.r Ti
: I't : passige through the protu-nilory 0 Il ; iMost of thn mater.ais for sHp! serveto \)t) '\ \ 'r\c. 5. Tni: Pltt S-\A. hen true to its >

t- < identify her interests more: stronglywith ; ___ ____..-.l--_ .- ----- __ __ ___ dt-.sg:5S. ..
Flifrida" could be obtained, the markets I building the co :ntry aiTonland{ 1 the I : -- : : -- th"! gr at I I"\'r of pubJic institutions. .
., : i the American ,confederation 1'r ,: Hit Est Florida JI Tfllrt. 6. The Ex-l'residenta
of-the Atlantic would. be opened princl, ", if nut sole I objection to ;j 1 : the United
?bind faster the ties of roeiubeis.As I We below, the
f. us ; publish proceedT' States.
:' :! to those now limited to the uncertain, yard) for construction in the Mexican i I
r iu I his cast no constitutional s( rn- : preliminary: to, and at a Pe.hlic "Miiiner, 7. The PRF.SIB-T rf the United St-.tes. .
often overstocked mart of XHW'jt.1 I Gulf in lie dilli-
kr f' originating present I defe.it the I i given at T.i'hthusser: in honor of Governor B. FLOHr 1)\ -A botin.ifai proviclen
p'fs can iuteipos'; to f nnfi -
Orleans. The deluge of agricultural culty of supplying! : and protecting I ihemunitioiii L ; ',j DL-VAL. No doubt' our readers will be has given her nil I l.'iat! man could desire,

; products in that city, in the springs ) % tI f\\ ,tr and n'-ival >tores froiii: I rtakincj, and no State complain olI 1 I much interested in the perusal of them ; let us he diligent in improving gift.

""t L 4 ( } the swelling of the rivers I the other States whencn tiey! mist! he !1 I violated! ;O"".'r j'. llY, a vell grounded I i! tlunti'h: it may be thought by some that 9. A jiiiiiEw JACKSON-first Governor of .

l hope may lit) : "lic-.v'jjr''d j : : that should I thr stIe I H rat her to!) rn well of the Wilto- Florida .;
" ofthe west inundate with produce I as t transported, would be obvjatefl I bv tl'e. I
: ni. nd the sentiment" too good to be 10. U'sr.: P. D ... }
: (
: the reI"'" t o/'tln-: I t. nii ;d Static' KnjiMiipris I in ; : : t't rztor ofThnrfu
tt well) as water, tho lower country oft facilities which ibe r.annl ar.'i )iiilun.ipassag
friends[ and
I. be favor lii I ha b'jen tr-p. But whatever ami foes -We welcome IPS retun to the land of
as : : as *
t t'1 Louisiana, is au evil of which the : suggested' would uflit d. i u'ras' m.y: think of the proceedings his, adoption, to the city of which he wai

' r' western farmers have )lenc compliined. I I1i j I a.I:. :PiJtcdr the j i'i.H'iclvle' rcconilucnd.stmiK I" ihis'k \vocld he very ungrateful in the founder.Drankthh agaz,1r.JrL7l .

<. :To remove a disadvantage paralyzing -I The ll c' nH: q'le:1rCS ami j pi ft bableHdviintrjjrps" 1 | of bit; !bdv will bcar- j I i t'.H pruple ofTaILltai'\ce"not to bestow .

;, ;"; the industrial's efforts of the J of the' rhalIlC.3V: or l' ried into elfect{ !I.,. th.; Xatio'.ial treasury I- J on the Governor soiie mark of re
citizens of ) canal projcc'.r.1', woalil be !lound I as i can.l; National! i I magnitude.Year I i \nd atnichrvier.t, a s MUP C Mjjjbtrale i
a large portion of the enjhanced -
ino i 2 .. I } and fijipv'.cr of their city Mr. "ro-sidrnr, I nm opposed I. '
1 ihe( Conimi>sit !nvrs irbt! that some
fertile 11'.1111 peculiar formation -
the LJnrwi Ins i I F ,
prt cnggcd I \\ e liun.bly: hope the se\so-i has now the .neral; |prac'ce; ; of (deltveriji sets ..
PS thc attentioo, and is daily tJrig-inJlin:' { of the Terviiory, and its relative jw- I I additional remn.s! ou I the) can.ibSlitv y 3 3t II arrived: wher. the people! of tins Territory t t:11 tI M'cchfs' at the convivial hf1.ud.. 't .

i': sut; estions of reniedius by canal and:j j ,tion i to tiie'Jirfereut i pfirtsof:the {lnioi.: j of Florida t fur ii :.-rn.d\ itnn'-ovruient! t, j I \': 'take 'i'enwelves t.o. their ien."-i. I si i,-, would bevanttij! in id But t"
Exleiidi-n I Insc-J will not bo cor.siil-reu d-/MnectVd aiid cnst about ami s.-e if there are not respect
railway from ;? 1111 021 j I
it J OCt"
projects I
cur must j :
;: lightened statesmen. :I i!I Ffcridn: oppo-e* a brier to thoannmuhtcd I- I t fwith the .'reati or more iu.|>onantsubverts : nrire beneficial eoapioymenls then parts j,I gratitude to thn company ill refrained ';: .
..1,' .' I strifes. We are glad\ bis; Kxcellencvlias from HU expressioji! of thinks. .''1-
' p...... !I|! { cva(...fs of the Gulf which: I referred 10 tiieirinve.\iii/ ; !auon. my
iI A steamboat canal announced his determination: to snukt The humble sen'icesVlJi h I };
; ,
through thtsN I hive
It would be .
"" 1 i! confmt?I in their d:;.rt (escape, bv ,:, unnecessary to enlargeJon the calumet of Such a public declaration
peace rendered \
., promontory of Florida); connected i 1 thvs I i the probable resources of Florid, to Territory, can gin \-:
1 ; c \n tract j-ij passage between the; ;ii : Was clue from him ; and we hoj>e ,
tr with I canal I lake me no claim to the '..
a 1'onchaj- ;
uniting distinguished
her soil.climate and
1 key and c2v" on :ne one side r nudi I varied I productions {I we shall not be disappoinUd in the expectation
1 $ .: train with the Mississippi belorNew the I I -'H.tl0' ': Cuba or; the other, be- I: \ ill the strong probability, oitlio I" that the affairs of o'nr Territory of a public dinner. J ovc this high T- *"

; L"l:: Orleans, as now in agitation and an so rapid 'l1 their; movements riciier st pies of 1 other counties wiU bt- better administered than ever they mark of respect to the gpnc: osity of '.J;'
. extension of the iulami navi r I' were, an.l our social feelings he more improved fellow citizen< whose -
.P::..4; tion I ,. and sc uncertain in the whirls an LI j: being successfully iutrodnced and ad- the my sie.uly support
'fr..I, from thence I. by experience \ifthe p.ft. and
east the continued
to confidence
I f !: cultivated
counter currents deflected froiii rock[ I vantagr.ctjsly hereafterpre- Then the opposition to Ins Hdininistration -

:w1: would be among the most e effectual 'j to rod! and from shoal to shoal as to 1 ]]Ihont i e1ICfl :2si.r prospects of her fu- will 1 be something- that of the fly never. be forgotten. A stpldvies: re

-t\J} : which could be applied, and so far render its navigation appalling even to j i lUre prosperity.Tho valuo! of her which IS opposed to the progress of the: to promote the interests of Florida

,qw4 from couflictint" with, would rather ; coach wSicci.! has over infl-ionced ma in the di ;
the most adventurous &>kilftil pilot productions must, however, fluctuate' .1 ( >

) act in aid of, those other designs of a :i In the early infancy of navigation, j i I with .the d.llicultie or facilities ul. F,'om lie Florida .1d7'ocnt ch.ino! of my Executive dntio, and "

.t : union between the eastern and western : I I the best and }highest reward is the
I the affecting without accident this passage transporting them. TALL4.1ASSF.C. March 19, 182H. ;. : .
rivers and the northern lakes.! InThe\ : committee gratification which springs horn tho
4; I was deemed, almost miraculous;, I At present, though the fertile soils Undersigned: a OP ':
The Florida canal and inland passageof and in the behalf of the citizens of Tallahassee present j approval; and confiJenceuf people. '.
even improvedstate and desirable of
present : i parts our Territory
the GUlf would to these other yon their gratuSations on returnto I
your cnngrntul.ite
of naval country on ihe ,
architecture jjroat
and in the
nauti are vicinity of large nviblerivers
the of Florida
the bosomI
channel Territory to
ways, be the main I. r. and valuable accession of
which artery cal skill, it is considered so hazardous or accessible: bays, few districts! your 'fhiinly and invite you to attend ot r population ;
through the
commercial circu and from
-. lation be as to subject a voyage to any of the of country lie immediately: on those I a Public! Dinner to be jriven ht the Florida speak personal observation "' ".
-. might extended from the I in the Mexican hotel) the 22m! ins of the settlement of our
ports : G if! to a pre water channels-though all he j on Saturday younger ;
centre to the extremities. The northwestern mium of insurance made may 1 lie inhabitants; of this city sp-ak the States, when I declare that in their .
exceeding that exacted at a moderate to <,
firmer, profiting by the early from navigators of the Pacific:, nvmicale with thoni. expense The: com-the I common sentiment of the Territory : original settlement, none of them in J..Joj
I winter floods, and descending south uniting j \vlif they aver that your presence affords the same period could boast ""
before his less by the boisterous sea of Cape Horn. Noschetlo and the Matanaas, the I I' peculiar: satisfaction: and that they welCome so :
hospitable much
has sealed the climate So many, and so f"Xluentarc the disasters North River and Pablo, with the improvement I you to your home u-ith: the proudest intelligence and character as ;_.

... of rivers mvigatiouofthe father I on this dangerous COilS! as to l of the inland navigation recollection of your public and private Florida. The continuance: of this "
may then select for the worth. It.such he the opinions% of tbe valued emigration is .
give profitable the earnestly hopcdT
employment to : betWeen the St. Johns and St.
t'lttt vending of his produce the markets of enterprising crews of vessels of liver will Mary's Whore people' of Florida, more peculiarly for, yet it must depend on our conduct

Orleans, Mobilennri Pensacola, of the small many open to an extensive coun should they be felt and exercised in thii ;is officers{ and citizens.
'a class known Party
professionallyas try-the'means of safe communication which and has been spirit .
Gulf or those Savannah Charleston city, was reared fostered bus in ,
some decree
wreckers ; tlw number of whichare viih the markets of Georgia and by your protecting hand. I already interfered
and the more northern cities of 1 with die ,.
the augmenting in a ratio proportioned 't South Carolina while the canals; nwcessaty In the discharge of this pleasing tll1'the ) harmony of our society-not .

Atlantic, and winding his way to the yearly increase of the commerce to the operation will committee present you with! their collective that Florida has ever felt its effects iu .
back by the route of the northern canals l)1ese1)tfacilities and und the dp "
illdividud'piirntut. same
to the Gulf of Mexico ree as many other :' '
whatmay for the parts .
; of Pablo
reclaiming .,;.
and lakes
ho subscribe
tIienbtves.With -
; may congratulatein of the Union but the .
I ,
have been the annual loss sos aid Graham t want of. forbearance t
j the .
most .
:I passing: his eastern friends, who, tained this stamps, among high respect, towards each other and the :
on shore fostering
inhospitable is :
f favored of that -
with the same adventurous have description oflow land: Your fellow citizens, t i
: spirit | variously ,stated, though it is in the of'the angry passion, will in.
1 been wintering south, and arc returning i presumable -S east adapted to the cultivation THOMAS BROWN, "\ -. I occasion 'f b.
cvitubly that
r to their homes, by the circuit of! that no accurate estimate can ) ofsugar. The connection of Orange TURBOT R. BEITON, J f o i j bittPr and ran :
be formed.' Seven hundred thousand I. (1. SEA J 3 : corous feeling which will ;'
Lake with the Ocklewaha HCY, (l not only
the west, laden with the profitable j <$. even one million, of dollars: I many to be practicable will said na"vigition by \ : ALLISON McREA, j f ?. j t tVM. | destroy our peace at home anti! repu. .:1'
j : bring
of J
exchange of their labor. j ALEXANDEU
has bep.n asserted with some authority the ADMIt, I S tation abroad hut also check that class '
or the productions of their skill. I to doors of the future JOHN Y. GAKKY. J ? ,.:
; it is sufficient however to know cultivators It inJgrant, who delight harmony ',.11 t
: Theso would be, in the opinion of that the I the rich sugar hammocks His ExceHency ]1-n. P Duval. |. and order and who .
fil damage sustained is the
are most
Commissioners very I of Alachua.. In.. thr. Nantrp.. .
: your of the ad -- w ->w fc -
% pome considerable at this dav : and when in I and western districts the GiNTLExJtN.-I accept with lively feeling's I. valuable in every cammunity. .- <
fr vantages to be expected comrnercialIy look gratitude the invitation of fellow I trust sir follow
prospective we to the country of the my my citizens wilt
L from a steam boat canal the I navigation of many of the citizens ofTallahltee!
across washed by the Mississippi) and its tri- lakes and streams intersecting the and so flatteringly unite with mo in the work ofconcihia.
: promontory of Florida. kindly expressed through to
you par-
buiaries tion and
t_ In of view I the other streams dis- country would |ie no less ben ficJnl. lake, of pUbliC dinner on Saturday next. harmony. I
a military the be. '
nelItswould point eiubogueir.g into the Mexican Gulf; The Lake Su Pedro, with its neighboring The services which I have endeavored YVhik* speaking on this subject, I dp
:. be no less imposi.-ig ; as to its extent to render to the not intend to its I (
facilities fertility and varied climate ponds, as well as hose of, Territory can give nilclahn pass over theory without ;
furnishing for the transportation : and to the honor tliu generously tendered givhg an of the .
productions ; to its rapid Mecosuky, lamonea and Jackson example practice;
of the materials of war ; and as I increase in but [ caniiot deny myself thr It is known sir that [
population, and its extensive might probably be made our Delegate
very feeders heartfelt
hastening the assembling of : pleasure, of meeting, after so in
commerce, augmenting in a to canals Congress ijyself have for some
withoutxtho of communicating with navigable long an absence.frien! endeared to me by
different assailed fatigue a march to the geometrical ra4ioh becomes alarming points on the Oscilla, St. Marks, : continued acts kindness and confidence. time past, not been ou friendly terms, :

or threatened points to reflect on the amount of tribute and Witculla, and thus afford the I i am, with great we have ditTerred, and with some bit
clan convenience .
extended I
frontier. The safety that will beSinnually' ) paid to the whirl- of water transportation from Respect and esteem, terness. Our intercourse while J was $ r
of our tea coast and cities, like New I Your fellow ciuz.n.WM. : 12c"
pools of this % Washington the winter
ro( ky coast. The only that district of bounded pust went &
Orleans, involving the security and I remedy, if possible, is to avoid them, the Suwaney and Ocklockoney.The by March! 2Dth, 1822. 1'. Ul1V AL. 1.10. farther tl.an mere politeness required .
fate of entire section of the Union I P
and the canal proposed olTejs the. during my longisit to the city -' :
navigation me Jattor slream rwo' DROWN, tJ
would then po> longer depend upon most feasible means within the ,limit I as well as that of Little River, is likewise ., T. H. BETTOV, 1 C'0 I did closely and critically regard -' .. c

the uncertain navigation of a river, or of human capacity. Though a steam believed to be susceptible of improvement I. U. SEJLHCTVM. :1 the conduct of that Gentleman with a

Che deceptious influence of the dc. boat canal will not enable all classes which would \ A. McREA, J disposition not friendly, and I cannot ;

ments. Ii is not to be supposed that of vessels to avoid the dangerous na- prove equally -. ALEXANDER AD.AlR, f ; and will not withhold from him -this it
advantageous to the population of Jo _
Y. (UnT. 1 A1'aise which he so justly merits for

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of excitement lie was at this term fully --- -_ -.r -- best inlHs within the probable line of canal :_________ __ -
-Vri p IY and untiring discharge tl)1.1 cA r" 1 robmuuicativ. admit at Che highest tide of

;, 4.4)I1S .JIII il'\. Yes sir, I trust I convicted of; murder but the jndie-' ; not more than 11 or 1:2 feel depth of water.

h idl want the magnanimity to infill was arrested and the whole The coumiy interposing between those two iifi sill
r.Vi'iW the Editors the i'envtcola Gazette.
.i ', no T.', ritory ever ii.id a more trial declared to be null.-its byriMMUi 1 tiE'rI.IM1iY.-J v of in me IVnsurolaG.iiatte seas, the Gulf and Atlantic not low, level, .
described b Col.
rlficU'iil.&vi il.mt! Delegate.ic of some informality; in tho of the 2Sth March Hiuuiau'icrtsw and ricamjiy as White,
,1111'111 I I. : I
hut of an elevation exceeding iXX) feet /
'[| '( rrniniks I thought du j ti- indictment.Ve have no tim I for mi some degree ol" ,dissatisfaction i on the above the suif.sce of the oceans to lie con l mW

Drlecaie and myself, iVom the more.) The Court was adjourned until 'p.t of the'Canal Commissioners made ileclet!. These facts have not been aKccrtained : --
tnc under act of the Legislative Council. .
Mil .
which stand to court in course very ft'centlv.! as assorted Justice. of ro'
0rirJjl siuMtion; m ; That document is spoken of as unfortunate jt en .
but were Known betoie the Ship Channel _
Vt' II otlur, and in justico to tbe z.:al 1'lorlda Adrocafe. in the time, maunerHiid cimurutan- or Thorough Cut piojecl was agitated and

.aid ability he Itr.b"displayed iu sus- From the Savunnuh Georgian. i I ces of its publication," hut the mn ,t offensive were those on whi h an oj>inion adveise lo ARRIVED.

Terrikr To the exclusion of oilier interesting part to Justice, seems to be the hisin fountlctl.Col.'hite May 5M.-A B
tr.itiMiC; ; t1t best imeiusts of the lat design. was had rge, Montczuma
matter, we copy from the Hancock rical detail in the niean:' 1 Ic, intended, equal access with every individual in the Ala.< with! 146 hales cotton.
>. I he Jiss.iiiic'S, to lob Col. While of the honor them.

1\Jr. Pn'oiiftMit. I liavo closed RIV, I I Irrm I (Get) Advertiser, a siim.n.iry; of the originating the maninccnt project ot a Territory The sole to object! of interest to the People '( CLEANED.May .

'' e to thercjinfMisv proceedings of the ofJgrcss. Thorough Cut or Ship Channel horn the f 9fh -Schr. Elizabeth For- ,
and pre.soni
.. .-, now }prop i'I of :Florida is the opening of a water communication ,
tu drink iluli<-.ltii of Cu,:. !\1'r Although a I little crtlgl! phlcal, andI I Gulf lu the Atlantic. to the Atlantic by a hotter, sytli, Now Orleans. Cirgn, 15,000

\\lnie.) ; !I I i Mich expressive! of some meaning the Tue facts CununisMoners embodied in their are report responsible; I impugning for and less hazar doris, route than that H UUI1I bricks, by Joseph Forsyth, 93 hnles

11. .(* M. IViiiTF oir Dclcgi'te in''jiyfwll.e jr j lu-yond that \vbicli! may innitiiatelyI I as .".'iife has done, then motives.can and the Cape.it of and little tiuougli the! Keys of who Florida, deerskins, HJQ hides, 2 bales of Otter

/eal and ahiliu.' lIe has readers we be : made is consequence iiuy skins, ami ? bbls.! fare's
/ appear; to our yet not invalidate the statements though have originated the idea, tne met it will and wax, by J. C.
ZUIIIt4; ,te(!, to prOliO&'Ie intel v*I. ot Flo-. "('iI\C; to assure them: that It is not! the\ It UlalY divert public attenlion from the nit- 1 ought belong to (IOU who is iustinmrutal te c. C. KeyserI3 .

nJa, dilll anH'c i\"l' OUIVHIlh'.t prai! and Ul'Ve its of the subject which Justice has though in its executi Justice therefore /&. Schr. AtNs
ofi; )less exact tI piesume I II m. pursues Crown, New
12. WM iMrCAHTY, tccritary .
refer tile proper to agnaie.Justice an indiscieel game in attempting to .dtntify (Oi-leans- 13
Tluridii-I' Indd-iry and wbility have cl.aiacttii that the 7wuqhtsnn\t to a- commences his remarks witn tin CuI.ltiIC'S with the jHait, by the Waster.14M. .

il. d l !M>- COIMP. J inal bus.ness; transacted by tint :august assertion, that the memorial of the CHUM conception oi imputation in insisting on the orlj original that ,j .-Ship Fredonia, Brown, Sa-

,Mr. JMcCaitv re, and] (dei'ulv! re1retted j body durinir) its pie.sent I session, niil Commissioners to the Congress of the U the SuiI' Channel suggested is otherwise vannah. Ballast, I by? the Ajaster.Notice .

lli.it his name iiul; lnjen lliusjn I that the daggers are emblem ilic of States had failed ilillS .bJe t. From vvhtnct than visionary and t'luiThe a--- .
of Genilfinen docs he derive It know lede of the fact 1 11'ttt at1thnrio\\ .
of 1t'bsrs."tb Kverctt )
:r nimcd :among the ceasriexs/ sparring; upon the ty ,
Ind rendi-ied valuable) ) ic<.nis Congress! shew that the \Ie. ell and me Secietarj of \Vai, cannot remove is hereby Given
\vlo ( really Presidential I ,
(1tIS1i0u.000m0000 tool ial was presented to tilt b\ Col.
natural! et) ta''li-s, or convert
Tf rrito- at the
seVvicrs IMP pllAT next Term of the
and important; ilajne befuie the Canal project had been llov
( i: = bols of imagination into rcnlitie* 'Lie Cl the
itBecause lit''wished County Court, I will the
acted that body wlien Air. Johnsoiof present
fIh regrclled ; on by Herdsman of Ahichua.! however, in hnlltil.
: no tribute of respect to beiMtrit&hewaMi'rf. 00000000 I t = Louisiana lose and remained that tin ins cattle on the Jiills of thv Santa Fet and : accounts and vouchers, Sr apply for a final

1j4.c1fl"i "tfl'I) him, ;,irh hl' rli.1'lot The Ptl"ll M ;Ter General ljisappointed .vm ject was then before the Committee o'hich i Black ( i eck. is better qualified to judge ol I !m'J13 settlement seiior ,leceased.homas the Estate. Thomas Com
'\ he was Chairman and tint n
cily conscious icjiocccninniendig me fe.cslllllily of a passage; foi ships thiongh '
Thomas, the brother
; Sergeant, : au Hpoiopiiation fjr 1I( Commyns
those elevations, tlian tne liierk I'rofes.xorj -
Ii'a'! i'th iiilonui I oliingJO eatn; tins / of John Servant, a member of
lua-kof distinction.P ; Comjress, to he l'osiister ot Phio seuted to the constdeiation of the SCII.1If'l i n".11 could .sooner rely on his judgment in Pe"Ico1a, May 10tlrl32a -6t.

1 h" never could be insensible to la.lelpbin) place of -Ir. B.iche.FKIDAV. A olllo that effect was subsequently su- this case, than on those ol the <1 i:u i iihlied t
n.itted and sent to the iloiiatf -
passed, 01
of or of kindness: allll,] ,r .L-' '- !.." men wltosy immes have t een pry un'iieccssaiily -
a, t courtly Hfpresenlatives: for concurrence.These PZO2crT:
.. ft' '. ,. obtruded on this occasion.But .
: I t.:. t-k I \ p '.
full v.--ll how to apprec'nnfi J ) 1 :\ facts are mentioned not as important
h. kii"\v 4 ..: ; :. _. these ueiitletnen (I for tfcey have tou OFIn
1:1"11 f1i"I'1h'IJ th"'n.haJ --,--- -- -- .-- hut because Justice adverts to the
t 1I :"tHl .-V i". \\ --- -- much undeisiundii.g) hues e never expressed

Allta'lHI1l ; :] been :made 'U his pvntronlnct. : :3.- ': failure of the memorial and sneers of t tie. an opinion on liie III ." ltcalrili;) of ttieThotoiigh ,/ IndependentT" Jt'eu'spaper;
net of Council as aforestallcr, nfructus officiu.
Cut have
Of l ib-f !lw i.-.l no f I'l.ijett. 1'l.iy only
assrnied to the ativant.i" to be derived liE PUBLISHED INS
I'"k, r Js.; ill t'I''l of i'P''W\: c.':' Justice complains that fht'. report was from the work ii' ""rullciihleh-) ever SAVANNAH: GEORGIA.

of jn..irt'. I If sli'mld I !le-'ve t: s ,, m.liryris t I purposely delayed until "the population doubted them I Im the Thorough Cut

:(1 b" jl.I eii of by du'f'! tdievuere -;- ) had increased, ihe surveys extt-nuecl, and cannot be executed an-l ,.111 iti luiaue uisip.J \Vhi-ii: ; sh:. :he open to Politic, Literary

init-iui-d .:r two brigades\ of Engineers had tiaversed tt'S all ,the ftncifiil; sjie- motions ot ourDelegate. untl Comnit'rcial Jn teligen ce. Domestic and
whom ; t''p" -., the country, to wliom the charge ofbt'llIg' Tiie Canal Comuu.ssioneisawaid foreign J\'eias. .&c. and which shall be
;; He \\'Iui; h.wP'r a\i; i::in1- } ,v : 4i :: ll too reserved i.. their views and spcculttions Col. White mucn inyenmt lor the looted to PRINCIPLES, and not men.

that occasion to return his jjv.r j f;il cm.lllol! be well made." Tr.is statement colouring of the sublun U.an which: lit TO BE ENTITLED TUB

,, :I'kl\o\\'It'.! l'IIWllis to th pee1!1r. -\, wants evidence to sustain iI. It dofs not has presented. Tuey would not coniliienis
ceitainlv! '. with .:-ol. Wnite's own as- the '.'rlh il he Savannah
ft" .he !kt.i'J ; conceplions( to ( prr'eisllo.itiiig Mercury
- the Tcirituix tie: lui- ,1 -:-=--==-: ._ o'r1I\1I1".IU reiterated
I cotis ,
) thiougli clouds or would hey limit
: md raw i !1r,n I ;'%. (.Oo'r 'lion be !';11! ----- M.V1G:h, tiie columns oft the GuZdlr I and tint ve.-y liin: to dnji upon J ('aIIIC': ., ifsome.if iis tri 'lIh CO SAM EMIR BARTLETT-EDITOR.

,t receivt-ti, olnbJi!> l':'*:'tis tin! : unties I'crlte Suns i! eur. recent: tiiit: the "surveys of Hit Ljginters: Call 'tie Clint C amused with the air bubblesof ?:. &!:.-The Savannah
__ __ ___ __ ___ Mercury
._ u iitacritrate & that .iiur would
otidtl; wtre report rruJs
H'l'lJi.II.' For themselves
l -- -
of lie : \ --- '-- --- --- -- iniag ieettiuii. t.1I will be pubiu-lu-d! every morning.
," he hall either Dinner to th" fjnrf.rnnrV. tpoy totlie be mad" Jrum jre-txistiHg impressions dt- and canals at least, tle.\ give a prefeicnc- the business and during
truiliav: ti: '. ::1" : :-*- ; season, three limes aweekdung
t I < '.\ ,f. (Jlfl 1 !->; i'ji .\tt vocfltt an iircoum ri z.L from Indiriauais in thf 'trrilory : to plain! piacliciil 1 nn'i elhC, and fe.-i In- the
priva-e or nilli'id "Im course: lit' h.. \ .,: tiie proceedM.JTS at a dinner given to (. ,- or can it be ma-.le reconcilaulf uitij Cul. on tacts and of the v ear, on a
capable, in a Report options
:1011:11 1 them I liberal and eidiLinemuiui -' \cr..or JJIIH"-tIJ\'im.a'l I at allalirts-.ee, \Vhite's complaints that letters ::ad been .1..ii veil from them, of imitating tne. example ;.irge Inju-nal Sheet, with new Type and
Press at Dollars
I'ispuMMl' lo re-ra'd his public I contliut .. ion -.we have hra-tofore all'ided to. \\',j.it. t\ t.It ten to indivjiliialsin VVasliiugtoijjSpeak- by indulging in that sph i it of iuys.t.iry Eight pe* annum paya-
p '. -.,1.,110! l ha\ { offered further of the of Channel im- I'le in advance. .Arranienien'* ','ill be '
some rc- njg project a 6/11/1 as with which too of the exclusive
t w.l' a partial, and not with afritiraJ. many mad- to lt,1\1 the I Utf News \
1U..i\.S on tht' SIl' Jt'CI, but have neither time /11 racticabe, aiul that even while the question friends of internal I i improvement of the pre- > : Snip and
c-ve. lie iiad: found them noi room u d'j so this} wYek. "Iion for the accurate Frr.r- rr"-nt. t
< otapprt'pi surveys was dont .: involve their projects ; swellinginto ...
. lei; .nit an'illot SWIll and rigid j ju iges.He .-;.- under consideration. It serins however, the ay magnificent, and leaving their constituents :rt;,-_ ommirtbtion ofCtiuntrystih.scriher5 I

-- ilnnked: them cordially, such Superior Court.-The Superior Court, very convenient to innke the character till to gze ill ama tlllclit. Of t'us :;Iere will be published a weekly

treatment he swJ could II .1 h1. iijlACRESHIlWK:, Jildfje, is Still report of the United States' Knginei'is subservient character is the Thorough Cut oi Ship piper[ tube entitled the AnGUS, contain

generous K! .l' "I'HI.lut 1 bimiiic'ss ha> bi-en d0u4., to any views 10 be elJtected. lithe Channel: i'i OjiCl of (1)1. \\ Idw. Many i.lg all -b' original matter of the daily paper -

never, never, be forgone Ii lit'l ..t:11H' II.i'! lid.iom s"en IO') e tltterluillaliou examinations matte of the country, and 1"- I may still be deluded into th. 10 I liet of n& of tu- -*t-t'k, together with the Prices

often iningled! cIn't' u'g iel].-ctioi.s tu get I Ihroiiph the Docket, as elHcienty port submitted by the pihic! o Hi ex is ill anydegicecotiJict I ;IJI' ctictIilil."rcau",> tiiev wish! it, others Cui-reti*., Foreign and Uoinestic News, all

with I li'f.' yJooni and sathu-ss of ni.my \. as jiis il>lf, evinced by the Court, thanat with or 5UI1\ crt Col. \\ lute s I: may be amused with the sublimity of the new Advertisement together with other

4 Jondy 'hour ; whr-u happier: limes had; this Term Tlie Grand Jiny also liuvu speculations, thf accuracy of them is immediately I conception! ; but the produce of the Fanner i 'natter.intcresiinjjto country readers. The
been icinarkHbly and laudably vigilant ini impeached ;' or if others detail of Florida and tl.e Conimeice of t lie Gulf terms of which: will be Four Dollars
risen: vie ht'lItIH' 1
to Ins w, \t 1 he prosecution of their arduous duties ; I'.ICb, and expiess opinions ndv.i ne to the I I will still have to seek a passage to the At- per annum, or Thee ifpaid in advance.S .

4 kindreu, she 1 home he voluntarily 01 after finding twenty true hills of Indictment Ship; channel pinject, those {.IctS nnd l.ipuc exposed to all the delay and hazard .VAiinuh, 18th March 1828.

abandoned: had; haunted his memory they were discharged on Tuesday last, with opinions are suid .<> be duiived troni trieEngineeis I Ii incident lo voyage encompassing tin -

\viih all their train of tender associations. the thanks of the Cuiut for the zeal which who set e not very' reserved inrheir '! cape unless transferred to smut vessel* PROPOSALSBy
they hwd shewn in the! di of her Ci'ininunic.ttitHiS. TliisisunfDitmiuiely i ,
lie be for c'nrge and f1' W!Pot tpa by a boat canal, the only
hoped to pardoned
dUI)'. \Ve shall lieroafter notice more pnr- tin1 temper of too many of the political i ,! practicable operation nnitlng the waters of Mishael Smith

these: allusions ; Lut all uho were J ticularly tho IndkiuiiMiK, and t.e proceedings articles published in the p.tpeis of our Territory. the Gulf with those of the \tlantf dcuun.One \' .the.of. ".\ ,

present were emigrants ; they had no on them ; our limits will not Jt'l mit it All diff-iences of opinion, have of tit e Commissioners.j British; Possessions Geographical in North View America of thc
at present. been impugned doubts expressed on
doubt like himself felt the hitler
MUitary.Tin5 Oi Jerfir the tr:1l! :>f.'r nf thfCompany the pidciiciibility of some oi' Col. White's I T .. History of the War," &c. :.c.

V"IItS and heart-aches incident to iJs'I" of the I I': &. 'Tn '1'" :, !.1dhjlJ; l It\ pi'ojecis lr\. been deii'innced HS origma- : TcJlla/iOs ecJlay 3rd.-The pros- publishing' in .:
'jiion from the sccnes of their :M.ijjr GLAS-KI., froin l-'ort Kmij H.: I to (':\il- i : .lillrgpt/fl'e Ga, A Polo
in busy and all
4 liin; ea or animosity, candid for coining are iilicul ,\
lonmcnt Clinch neir thinpi.K-r: lua ljcn pncts, crops, ewbaJer, be called theO
' p.i-i. >, aid lasting aOectioti. They had cniiiterinaiuled cxiiiniiiuiioiis ol t hit political principles
; they will th'-rcfnrc remain at tm! flattering, and it is hoped tint our .
kn ,-, n what it was to part from cotn- fannertation.. or ixicusut .havc I cell 'f'Ciibed to the personal I jE i31tANCI.1ST .
, .! days of tribulation and] trouble, on the
vindictive f.ictiun. Tim
-ijons of childli'jod, the friends 01! 1'iie TostCJiVice at fcl.u-iicf ralev! F., has dislikes of a EN: Inn to tie? dissemi
p. Mipnort by
of and about
hl'11 rpl"luli"h.d, THO'IAS G. iJtucur E.sj.l motives of ewiv euquii MINT 0 title have | score hog hominy, are
yuilb, and many ot them with the '0-1 'Nlasier. been 1Int) ach'd, and tlie timid and quietly l ro be numbered. Considering the nt truth, the present Adminis-

i, patrons of their ip'-r years lie believed Lrgistulire Council.It will perceived disposed have been hushed into silence, immiMiMs number of new and hnntiryi .! nation( .ited of the General Government of the

that these fi-ding? would linger by nf,'; CIICC to the proceedings of Confiess latlier than haw the honext espn'-Mou 4 ii' States as longas its measures are
that llie legislature i is tu meet this their doubts and misgivings on matteii and i mouths, lately visited upon u.s, we do calculated: to promote public good.

about tile heart so !xiig as life should ye.u on the first Alontlny October. Col. tliiiigs! so inisronst.ut'd.; The s niII"! -, Ii i I; not look with much surprise, upon the Nothing1 'onld have induced tile Editor

animate: it : and they \v.)ud! coniribute Gtid>.dcn, I.hvid U. iMacoinb, Esq and oi a generous peupie! have ne'-ii ;iptriicd : present high price ot prov'iMons. Add to have consented to enter the lists of political .

: 10 >tr :ti!:llien the bands; which would VVm. Wyatt *re announced as Can.lirlittesin to, to frown down a spirit ptrsMKiibH. j to which, the I long continued drought : controversy, at this time, but a full

bitulo our beloved Union : for turning the 7th Dit net ; and we nnder&tanvi existing only ill the imagillaliol1uftllc complainants. of last sonson and the. want of winteiI I '!'JeKf! that it his moral duty to assist in
. ; that C. IJ0 ard. I.1 iJtone, J. Scuilock Un no subject Has tills feeling, I t'r pvomul .tit-n of truth.
from of the confederation .
: every part and \\ m. .). Watson, ait the candidates in so ad\erse III camii'.i enquiiy, been nuliil II I- ,I throughout our bacon country, and all :
they had brought with! them not only Jackson ed I than the which 0 [I With pain the E !liter; now contemplated 0
Couiity.Congre.c.s.Ott to greater extent, on tie must concur, that we are now in a the flood of
their particular, but their general, at- has elicited tlu!>c rt'iuarUs. 'I stale of be looked political error, inundating* the
never again to tate of Georgia, and wishes to
the 24th ult. the Senate J i is a mailer of little to the t oppose ftItfence
tathntenis! to he people, -.ind to the conseqtu'iire
for.-Florida Advocate.UYMKXEAL. -nor i U. he without
had under consideration a resolution, passed public who originated the subject of l a ca- |r hope, (;r expejttttion -
institutions of their --- --- ------- .
common country. : 1 that the friends of
by the House of Representatives the da) iial commnnicati'Xi from the Gulf to th: Atlantic the General
He said that there were any country before, to appoint joint Committee to fix ; though neitner Col. \Vhite, or his I Union \\ ill be able to give the vote or

in the world, calculated to render the upon a day for the adjoin nincnt of Con. Ii lend Justice can establish! Ins exclusive 1! MARRIED this City on yrMerday Georgia to '[r. ADAMS ; and he will use.

reminiscences of former times less gress, but did not coin.- to any drrii-on upon claim to I tie honor. The l:1 edit of advocating IGili inst ,by the Kev. AiiRustiuo de Angeli:, all fair means he c.n, :o effect so < Jpo
of the Catholic Church, CRpt. Huxnv \ViLso" -- bYe an etent. Yet, while he shall
The House of Krpifseiitaiivcs; on the scKeme, whicli, has bee.i called jaith-
gainful, and to reconcile them to the of the of he United Siafes, to
the : Army fully a.rdjeurfe defend the character
Rame day, passed a resolution to instruct 'Splendid, of a ::lip CnaNtiel, and witn :
loss of all they had left, it was the the Mililaiy committee to bring in a much zeal I, ha> neer been denied him. ; Mis* llA'H.oh: liIF.TTN.EIURITY, :nd conduct (while right) ofthe Membersof

country 'n which they now were. To bill to abolish the office of M-tjor General Unl what are the tacts connected with his i j dnuihter of John 11ll1cral :ty L*(h of this the Administration of the Government

say uoiiiing;; of its health and fertility, in the Army of the United tacles. movements Oil the subject ? Instead of limiting plact.. (ItothiC United Sates, and the State of

thrre was an elasticity in the air, a !his views to the general question of I .--- -- ------ Georgia, and illustrate the pretensions of
Our Delegate.-We are glad to be able the most practicable water communication N OTICE JOHN Q. AD.tMtO the Presidency, he will

balmy Ii rance in the atmosphere to inform our readers that, by a letter 'iroin between the Gulf and Atlantic, a subject onWhldl neither slander Gen. JACKSON nor his

\vhich we breathed, which infused into Col. WHITE, dated Philauelphia April liOth, there could have been no division of l.itate 4 LI persons of havmsr claims apfiinst cleccaved th? mends, attempt 10 eclipse his merit or

the soul a spirit ot. content and satis we learn, that lie was lo return to Washington interest or opinion, and which the examination Fniscisco LLOI-IZ his honor.
faction. i i the latter part of that week, anti and skill ot the Engineers alone art request) eel to present them to the While the Editor confidently cnTcnktes

This I remain theie until the adjournment of Con- could determine ; he blazons out with the Snbscrber ; .and ail persons indebted toI on the support ot* independent friendsof
he }ltd: h-niself: experienced I ; rcss. His Lady was confined to the house magnificent dc&ign of a 'Ihurough Cut or I MR. ADAMS, and the Administration,
at,.! 3.: believed it had been felt byto by severe illness. Channel and frets nhichevt'll I payment to
-<*-- hip (a feeling of he thinks that ninny may patronize THE
nlth', did not doubt that many of Alacon, and Fire and Marine Insurance his ad\'ocatcJustice partake) because J n. dc la Rua, OLIVE J'.HANCU with a vif.\\ tit ascertaining

': .'niicipatious would be realized ; Company Notes.-A letter fiom the Cashier every individual in the Tenitory cannot Executor. the truth on the important subject now
of the Bank of the State of Georgia, dated and will not respond have entertained
ain: I !i-u tile happy days had been -many PensicoJa! 15tb Mav. 18 8-9tf.x."cutOY'S node" consideration'. .
Savannah April 2Uth, say that the notes of donots on the practicability of the Project THE OLIVE BRANCH wihibedivided into-
. ])i se.: :iu oilier climes, might be lived the above mentioned Banks, are genel ally and why the motives of the expression \, Ba\e. Four /Jepartments. ;

over <:gam in this land of llowers. received iu all business transactions of those doubts should be impugned, or the I.
lie adverted to the emigration throughout the State ; and that they are, so character of the Engineers it their reports O N Monday next will be sold, at VnblrcAtction 11.--Foreign Domestic IniclKgence.!
the of Groceries
I stock and
fara tie knows or believes iu credit involved in the Justice be summary;
,'hu'h'as good enquiry, may
daily arriving in the Territory rotice ot :
ir.g- theAiner.can
Gtodsofthe [ pas interebtingto
and condition-Wny then are they refused able to explain.It I Dry late FBVNCISCO .Lnprz, I ,
of H knd best calculated to ad- together with Bricks, Lumber, Lime &c ; Header.III. .
by our Merchants and Citizens, while other i is difficult to discover the analogy, as
vancij, her inierests and promote her Gcoigia notes pass currently 1Punishment. adverted to by Justice, Ueiween the opinions bflonghf,' to the estate of said Llopiz. .- DLscussion Political Subjects ofrr

welfare; he prayed r continuance of it of those who questioned the practicability S'ale: trj take place at 11 o'clock A. Mat I sent i interest -predicated! on (lie right
_ -_ : lilt l.-rte residence of the deceased (1'i4m'J and ofthe individual States ot the
and: concluded! .-Yesterday Enoch Hoye, of Col.Vhitc's Ship Channel : and
by offering as a sentiment convicted of Burglary ut the present term jaundiced eyed courtiers of Spain who Ttrmi. made known at the tin of sale.Jn. I Ue.neral Confederation. In such discussions

of the Superior Court, was exposed in the would have deli acted from the mel its of the dc la Hua the true principles' republicanism
_ Lfl'grnlion..May ;its swelling tide flow \ Public Pillory for the space of two hours, discovery of America. The latter had been ETft,1ior.. shall not be outraged-but the political

w ouo\er il.is lavored 'land, until every sec j. and icceived (forty nine lashes ; in pursu- done ; the former has yet to be performed, ttuctrii-e otihe in RiGit.il Jefferson shall
lion Juun occupant and every acie an I'i. auce of the veudictoftheJury and the sentence and let Col. White exhibit evidence as P'n lrlr:1: I5'h May, 1828- 9--It. be Joli\h.d-"I'q: ,' 1 rind exact. justice

- ." ncr.* of the Court. This i ilJ the first execution strong as that with which Columbus con X\'r1-\5 all men'it whatsoever state or persuasionreligious .-

- I TAU.AHASSEK of the kind which has taken place founded his enemies, and Justice maybe jr.polnicj" :

Superior Court April 9. since the exchange offing ; and we hope assured that the doubting'will not respond, ALL persons having1 claims paint the JV.-lio.ellaneous: articles, literary,

I -Coutrm y to eur I I that this melancholy example will prevent there was nothing; so simple" but award of MAXUIL HOSIFIT deceased it.oiith), &.:, 0

prediction, the Court has disposed of the necessity of its repetitiou. the honor due to success. This however Leis I are requested to present the tame to the CONDITIONS .

I the civil docket, persevering with 5ndcfitti Incapable of doing; and a knowledge jf : Stibscrtt)'. r ; and all' persons indebted d t( THE OJ.IVK IJn ASCII'will DC published

;Hliie libor, a great mass of business Publlcnilun Day.-We intend in the this fact may possibly be. the cause of tie: I said estHte are called on to make im'-*- every Saturday. on a full sheet medium

J has been done this \veekmuch course of a few weeks to alter our publication over sensitive feeling betrayed on every 0 diate payment to .lOtIN lF. LA HUA. papi r, with H f.-isr vpe.
: day ; after which the Gazette will agitation of the subject. Jlgentfr the .1dmrl 0
more than we had regularly 0 : .1. t'rice to Subhtubers will be Three
supposed possible. I on of each week. What are the facts which the opinion 0
appear Tuesday on
In the \ nt ionr St1.piit Dollars per anuu : in advance, or at the
ca.se of Ben of the \ .
nejjro convicted ; This Alteration will be for the purpose of. Commissioners adverse to the practicability time of the pn'jJicat.oii! : die firht num
at the fall term, of murder, and where' better meeting our Mail Arrangements of a Ship Channel from the Gulfto ; : Subscriber wishes to sell his right ber-or Four Dollars if
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-- -- payment
__ the jrment' was arrested and the' : --- the Atlantic through the Peninsula of Florida -I of rre.el"phon: to A plantation siUj:- ed h'X; months.
Subscriber intends, by the first of i ill founded. On the Gulf shore from" the Saint Rosa's five
Vainer THE i tetl on Sound twenty
_______ ni.n'led he Post Makers tther tavh
was brought or gentlemen
next, to leave this place for the Bay of St. Marks to Tampa, we find a coasl miles from Fewsacola with
ip for irnl} agnin at this North difficult ; together a .tu on- of these proposals may come.
term, and requests those having any de of access and dangerous to approach -I stock of cattle thereon, conVisting.of about
; tila:: convicted and mands him I 'I i.jkase to solicit patronage, ana thcvshall
sentence of death against to present them for from ths opposing' obstacles of One Hundred Jlt' d. The I'iantation
passed upon Wn. lie WitS ably Adjustment within said tim and all indebted I Rocky Keys, shoals I of sanJ nhd oyst ?r I consists of one hundred and sixty acres be entitled to one p"per gratis, for

though nhsticccsrfiiHv will pLease call at the store of Messrs. bunks with no harbors of security or inlets ofgoodttnd, about fifteen of which have every six names of responsible subscribersthey
ccumsel defended, hs Austin and Fiolay and make immediate- I admitting of a greater depth of water than I may procure.GO .
fight; been cleared( ,
nl every inch of ground. payment. 16 or 6 feet. On the Atlantic we find a bolder : Editors in the Southero States will .

Jn tIc cjsc of John R. vVatkins I Teunis Swart. I shore but with entrances to its harbors For terms, &c. apply 10Randall CMiifer a favor by inse'ti: g the above -

al'out which alike Ali.l'c .- few times in
thoro has beea &0 much obstructed by sand bars. St. Augus thCr1'I'earctie papt's.
Pcniacola IClh May 1823-9-2.. tine !f :b t mouth,of the St. John's, the two nsac cia, May lit, 1828.-7-tf. Way 9lh M. SMITH.: '

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NOTICE IS HEREBYse p-eriocical 1Je'at ? Jro" .,.-'Ve 1lveral

Tina -P"\J\\1&1.C. 1 ;3.: Jewisoa 3r., I In C\\9.\ .e,1.3. GIVEN times, heretofore, calledthe" 'e

this n nr.fecr'"f 'th* tven5c. la OnU'UenJ : desirous of getting his business Jackson S"periar Court, ,of March 1828 tt-ntion *of our readers to many or th"Vi
BEING mil AT on the 29tii day i-cautifu publication withviM., | .f
\Vvt FM,.;. .\AdvcrCrcum1.etc'. four xilumey, : closed as possible, previous Western District of Florida, the real i n mip
a levied
1 attachment on bttilnds .
an ; country n >w: :'lhlV"j, h
vick.. btr ccn xiblishcd under thv oujwjrinfmic the North requests ar uh..
) ( ; I to his leaving this place' for Term 1828.
Match !
.c e"\1 f i itt present E,Ui<>r, anil during thisxx : all) indebted to him onbook I and personal property of Mr. Joseph V hshed at rates astonishingly: cheap. 8)111,

I hole pwicil only ten nnmbciTl a\'fl':ben i!:*ictl 1 account persons* (particularly thns* oT longstanding : Thomas Hull, Complainant, "jvs. Crur; ', absent, at the suit of Ir. Thomas ( short time sime. o/e received the /Srnineteen .
I Burins hisnbscacefrorntlivCii-: In1.l he:\1 LRomro VV'ibou of Baltimore. numb&a (by the
i. aid" settle the way, we should
I to for* and !
..RI"l rtlyrs rrf>ction3ha.c &.d-kit'.ci ) come
manytmj C. Wilson like continuance of its
H'chard a
"L 'ishch, tier it hn5 !boenc's'4'tcit'il he cannot bit lioj c them for adjustment. I II Allen& Simeon Cook Del'ts. J U. S. Marshal of ihe ARIEL, r. 1, lt."arg GIIf'tt, publishcl

tlial ,lie mHyjurU.lv claim credit for hirKfs iiniyit4 I r ..clJ :\cola 1st May 1328. It appearing: Id the Court, by the Atit Western District of Florida. every other Saturday in Philadelphia

: ; : and *el iu its manipcwK-iit, ami fur his frrbk! : I I_____ ) tliTil \\' of TlMinas Baltzell Esq that Richard Pensacola, 1st April, 1828.-3-tf. the] low rate of One"Dollar a Year, co%

endCLr! to :; \TMK&rtiun.. Voun stud in- I|I 1C Subscriber wishing tu rli.scomm- Allen, one of the Defendants in tins t.iiulng eight pages royal quarto, and (Jf:
pxpcricnced, lie undertook the publication% via .i I < business, uft'ers tor sale his Stock cause, residesout o*" public jnan?.l with much dirtrtist astu In" :\hth-i Hill is filed it IS ,
said the
ont fund consisting of Groceries, Frovifji or' in which the ; typographical execution. is fiand&oftiand
ties dbcbarce tlieanUiotts n rt1 responsible .
16 I II HE Subscriber received
'&li _. wiitcli would devolve on him, but with aI I sio ns, and suudry other Merchandize. He ordered that the slid Defendant appear I T hiasjust per the articles highly 1ntere tmK.
.ftm\ determination, fey iradt.uy and 'IXTM-VC- will sell
t. lance', to acquire the expcrienc: ** lir needed, and wishing indulgence} may purchase on ap-i plttnant| on or before the first day of the ,J his assortment of Sea Store very, which we have noticed of late, is a Cuv| h

tu staud or (nil Uixwi hw own f-.tlent?, be tli 'y I proved notes, payable in Thirty days for I next Term of this Court, otherwise tempLainant' complete : ter of the Miniatures: of Nine eminent liv. _

ever so { ('bh,". He has rtendily pursued the I I any n'nount under Two hundred dollars, I i c' Bill! shall be taken pro con- Macaroni, in baskets ing American Poets. (Ilalleck, Ilryant
b; course which he thought correct and!, >oWyresponsible I Vermicelli in boxes __
tar the errors and wraknestcs of I i 01 Sixty days fur any amount ever Two fei lso. Pmckney, Sprague, 1'ercival, Brooke, __
fire Editorial department of the Ga1.'Uhe I hundred dollars. 8-9t. Cruyere cheesePatte r 1.'rpont'oodworth, and Washington

rt hope tit** a &utall portion of pmiie may bawarded I I He requests all persons having any demands grasse do.' Irvine,) copied from original portraits,t*.

ii31t l< 1iim, (or an lioncstCkpression of hIs I IQpiuiul1 I against him to bring) them forward, NOTICE.ALL I Kaisms, Prunes, Almonds ken expressly for the NEW You!: Miaaoi

: %4' and for his earnest rmfaators to n1vauce i I and those indebted to him will please to persons interested in the Estate I Cl 1 umpuigne Wine antI Ladies' Utrrar$ Gazette ; which _
ofthe and of the Tcrri'tory. ac. _
(UH tutercsts City I }'ami J Flour
settle their accounts. 7'noMis UOVLES, deceased, are companies the nnmber fur January 26ik
wii ,
4t; We have received from the Community armuvli I He also wishes to rent out the store heeby notified that the Undersigned, Do do halfbbl containing biographical sketches of the

encouragement anti support, HS, ttmlerexisting .I[and house which he now occupies. Cbrk of the County Court will ex-ocio Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Pork persons represented. This single num,

; circumstances, we had a right to expert I Jaines tnuu. minister on said Estate ; ptirsiiunt lo Mackerel, No. 1, and No. 2- her, we think, is well worth the price 0(

,%.r ; and to many individual* we am indebted ar order of the Hon. the Judb""t" of the Superior Uoshen Butler a yearly subscription!' to the :Mirror
::tt for thcirexertiotruo serve u:.hJ increasing the Pen aco1a, 24th April, 1828-6-ti. t.LLS'I' Court. Hest Cincinnati covered:: Hams is published which
every Saturday. at Four
circulation of our paper and endeavoring to --- -- Middling Bacon, &c Dot -
:h;; prom we t interests of our establishment.) To OF LETTERS, M. Crupper, CleJ k. lars per annum. The Editor promise,

theee, aud to all tbowt who have n-ally patronisedus. L Remaining in the Post Office at PenS By J. G. Drake, 1). Clf 'k'. Julius Pcscay. another similar plate, at a future period. jP
wf teiidrr oar grateful acknowledgements ; Pensacola, 26th. Feby 1823-50-V. The Cas-ket, of Philadelphia, in Octaw
bIt it useless to deceUn ourselves and others CO hIfl the 1st of April, 182S ; Which if Pensacola,30th Apiil), IM28.i'tf.NO'rlCE. I form, continues to be published
I called for within three months, will besent iu.a m" n -
L concealing the fact, that we need more exrrudcd not
S COMMERCIAL ncr highly gratifying to its
HO 'l'E L.'jllJlS
patronage and the more prompt payment L : to the General) Post Office as Dead patronand
creditable its
of all 8uhEClitions.Ve have bern anxious I House very Editors. We have
Letters larely occupied hy Maj'r. "j
$t rhat should be known, and have, J.3alestier & Co. received two: numbers of the Second Vo .
our \VRitiHT
pa per A.-S. R. Allston, John Arrguo was 8pt-ned on
E1J t1erefueIbeeii willing heretofore to extend vs. lume, (for January and February the
| ) fir
the lili of Fcbrunry, by the Subscriher : fj
tndaljoncc to thoee who, with intentions really. B.-John Ball, Egl>cl t B. Kirdsall-: Jo< del Cotarro. who solicits Patronage onUins a Portrait of AXDKEW JACKSO
lespectfully A shaie of the
'n patronize us, were not able conveniently to I Gabriel Bertrand, Doctor Brosuaiiam, a S this case suit has been instituted and he second a Statue of \\ILUAV *
of the Puhhc. All which the localities PExr.

;; wlin the condition tdvanccl
Comply to PIIin -
j :
i*. Borges Robert Bawick, G. M. ..tl'an attachment i issued!; returnable to afford ut itiencw time for nil/ such to prove tli.-it: they shall be studiously provided, fops !
rt; have not been imposing upon our accoiuodatius F Brooke 4, Seth Besse, F.V.. Brady the Superior Court of West Florida, May and every attention devoted to tin- quid and warded through us the price of the first

disposition; as a mode of pnuinsj it, we call: John VV. Bradbury.C. Term Itl2tJ.: co foil of those who will favour the House volume! are reminded that they now owe
N them to all m-rt and at the 1 -
; upon pay up arajs Adam Gordon with a preference. for the second.
Banxe time toJcuJf avar tu increase! the circulation; .-Dionicio Coss, Isaac CInrk ..
An excellent Billiard Table Among the most useful and
attached .
to valuableworks !
of and alluw( Altv.for fltff.
our paper; not our subscriptionl Horatio Cross Julia L. Cross Fer-I
tIt to be horf n! d. 1.'." : use we demand payment Pensscola: 28th April 1828-7-tf.uiw the establishment, occupying a separate of our Country is the AMEBICA ,
for oar past l ilofs, and expect aa assurance ando Christni, Felipe Caro. James building will contribute to ainusenientwrti-, f.Ut'lEn. puilhedbyJ. S. Skinner, Esq., .,

i' ol future support. Callahan, Andrew K.'gher Cuper, i .:' eT vmcin. ont inteifeiing with the good order and of Malnmore, weekly, at Five Dollars

: .t!r To our friends, and about the City we Edward M. Crcightoii, Thomas; SUHSCUir.KK in quiet of the House and private parties can >ear. Often a single number of thin publication -
t.tJ f:;; have always endeavored to render our establishment TUK respectfully be always accommodated with a distinct contains matter worth to f4r.:
Cooper 2. 1 his friends, that he will still aiy
; useful
1& > 3i- by gratuitous exposure I sitting roomThere mer, the full price of a year's .
;rt \t! of our exchange papers to all who felt I -Darius Dofore, Isaiah Doane draw Deeds, Mortgages Hills of Sle, is on the premises, one of the best (i It has a very extensive ubcrip.on.
: inclined to peruse them and while! we an L William Duvall, JMr. Drnmmond.E. Powers of Attorney, and other Instruments Stables in the place, where Horses shall be bill we still wonder that it is
} not
,rff aware that by so doing we allowrd them to I ; of Writing, m the most approved L strictly attended to.JOHN more
; .-Thomas B- Elegnn, FrancisB. I generally subscribed for by all, and
: anticipate what was to appear in our lol.1 forms, on the u>ual terms; and solicits a more
Frederick] Enos David I GAllNIEIl.TERMS particularly by the numerous class
i umns, we confess we have been astonished : Elison, I continuance ot th -tr Orders. for

r; L1 q and provoked when remarks to our disadvantage -1 I Easton, Allied W. H. ElwesF. i \V. ilascll Hunt. whom whose its use files it is especially intended, and to

' i9hi have been reported to us, as coining I 1 .-Thomas\ W. Frcelove 2, Au- Pensacola 26th :Board per Month, $ 2,3Day ble :: paesent a fund of invalua-
i March 1328. information.
W from those who, without" patroui/m us Faire \ Boarders, 20
2.GEIisha. '
r.r..tl in aiy """a ',have taken advantage of the use I! lf01"JE.LI Dtimcr 75 There are many other periodicals of *-$
:f: oCcur papers. .Wn lro!! t. however, that Grush.J hn M. Gardner I Breakfast or Supper 37 equal merit r.ith the above mentioned f|
i if
tii t the number of these! impolite zcnttcrnin, i itLo if Alexander Gibson, Nathaniel I TTI-nS of Ad-ninistration hte on of Horses per day 1 25 S'ime of which we have heretofore naticei
Estate of Catharine Wilson,
= 1 but small, and that a large majority of 1 f Gaije.H. I. per month 20 and may take some future occasion more

f.iff:!!: those who find our paper uninteresting:, I .-\\*IH. Hall Col. IIumnh the County Escambia deceased, having Pen acola. February 20th, 18C8.-45 tf. particularly to mention. It will alwayt:
: heen granted the
revs to the undersigned, by
rt n from the reason just mentioned, will consider I : give us pleasure to receive and fo"'wanl
;If,., it is Lvnch I!ui man. Hon the County Court for the County ot
-i,; that our duty to niHko it interesting1 : \VEST YL01UDA. subscriptions to either of them, as we '
I t..1. to our friends: : in the country, *'h'} have .-Julm I iiiicr:n itV. Escamhia ; all persons having demandsagainst may be requested. Among them
the from V the estate of s ,il deceased are A ViEw OF WEST FLORIDA are,
I not same advantages our establishment J.-Georgejacksuu, James Jack I FARMKU, Baltimore; Weekly,
:' : as themscl 'e'p HTP anxious 1 }!I It r son- called upon to present them without delay I E \HIKAClNti its Geography, Topo- fire dollars.

t f I.t! e to accommodate and to please all, ac far as PC. Kichard T. Kinnon. and those imlebti-d, are requested i Ki'aphj, &c., with an Appendix, XKW-YOHK MIHHOK and Ladles' Lite- -

1 i : in our power ; ana in teturu "we expect t o uake payment iiniue,li: tely, toJuhu treating of its Antiquities, Land Titles i rarit Gazftts, Weekly, four ilolL-.rs. -
that all rffiil'nts-of the and L.-J acou I..indermonViUian and S -
t ; ; permanent City I Tobin.Admimslrutur.. Canals. i THE A HIM.. a Literary Gazette PhitJ-
: ,
y : ifa vicinity, who partake of our courtesies, I Lambert, Francisco Llojies, Solomon TOttCTHHR WITH I delphia ; Semi-MoaifjJy. one dollar. ':.t

f I:'1oK.' Mil of' our not Paper neglect lu contribute tt> tiie support I Ii fcoiiiinf:, Win. K. Latimer2. .,I Pensacola, 11th arch 1828-5'2-8t.. A Map of West Florida, CASKKT or Flowers of Literature, Wig ,..ff r';..

i 1 PensacoU March 14th, 1S2S. : M.-E. Mt-rlet, J as. JMrKcnacy) I Exhibiting a Chart of the Coast, a Plan of and Sentiment, i'niladeiplua ; Monthly. _: .:.
f :\fichacll\lcCartJ, I,aac MtKi.-Hver, i LAND AGENCY.ubscnbers the two dollars and an half. :

:1i; f NOTICE.TMtcl I I \\McCalluiii, xMr. AlcVoy, rFlio-L 11'"E for, the ''purchase have opt-tied and tale an office of;fj City of -rClSncoan \\\, Philadelphia ALBUM, uttd, Svi Ladi $' Weeklu Gazettel,

Ht ,.i T HE Uh lef4'i ; is. authorized hy i mas McVoy. Dunr.:111lcKJIJ :e 2, I ands, ut St. Augustine, in the house for: () the Entrance Pen aoola Harbour. TIn Souvg'a, Phil.1delphiaVeekly, ;_

tSj' the lejjai: representative of Una. !-'I.Ira I David l i\1]aIuIOV*-. Thomas J. Moore, .I I nierly occupied hy Ol. ljcrruult, at the UY JIHILn: WILLIAMS.Just three dollars ,.j

; r. t Zuleta.widow of Dn Ant'o ,formerly Jesse TvJoore 2, Hamilton Morrow'I I south west corner of the public square, received'" fur sale by MASONIC: Minnon and .Mechanic' fittclfigeticer < .i!1

J: :, of this city. and executrix of the I Jestate'of uan Mego, John Machcnheimer, \I. here persons ilesirous: to accomplish either \\ 1Ia ell Hunt. Boston ; Weekly, two tloltars.HAICYOS : .

; said Miraya, dcccubcd, to ofl'cr UOUH'rlWUrJorns 3. purchase or sales of real) estate, are rcns cola. 8th .1:," 1828. and .Masonic Repository, New- :
I for sale .
4't. 'requested leave heir commands. Orleans ; Week l\'five. dollars.Mrs. .) ;-r
. One II and house therein. No. 281 I, : C-J01u4 O'Sidlivin.Scverin : '.-
" A long residence in the Territory of S1MM1: ()\ L\ itS.I Colvin's IF.i"E4oRVashington.: -
; LZt; on Intendencia Street, in this! City. I*.-::) Palao] ,James P ierso P, Florida, has enabled the subscribers to[ I D. C. ; Weekly, tour dollars.NATLAI'&ECUa .

\ 'Ii One tract containing 'stb-ileria.: Stephen Purinton, Francis P ur't'i., i I become intimate!}* acquainted uith neal:: I ,Jl.., HE: subscriber hssforsnlc, a tew pairSugar I New-York; Month
of land : Boilers, as a from themanufactory
betwixt ; sample
f1. ; bayou. Tcx.-ir.: and I Elias Philips, Timothy Paige2 John i I 1 ly ull the individual cl'tim.1* lo liuul in thiilistrict I i ly,one doUar.
the I 1t and can supply .&
: 13iy of Pensucol 'II!: n.itmv <;f the : quantity )..
Paire 2 David Porter. as xrellus to I'i'titii-s, I locations to order. ; ]DIUL P1tEACERBOStOfl, Mass. L
F. H. NlSBET.Pensacob. .
-giouiulis Slid to be of t.e! best kind 1 fornunufuctiirinr I
'':; dittes, :uHll"c-l:1tivc value Anil the in K eere, N. H. ; Monthly, 81- .
9';!I ; bricks, and the proxunay I R.-Mary Reynolds.S. : q : I Dec, 7'i, 182T-"R-tfF.
re.siig applications made, for intonna-
. .: ..: an well as means of I Smith John Sicoe it MadeiraVin It c.
,,J" easy conveyance, crcnJli' t lion, 'flow t".et'yttrt ut the United Slates, ,

' -,I'!.. tnusl make the propi-r'v "t'ry Iuble. John Sager, i Iienry Sltihack, Ferdi i- I i more especially, rcsjievting sugar estates, H. MSBE r, RECEIVED: per Schr. Organs from ,

'I."i'. iIlasdi! il uu t. nand Smith, Lli/.rihfth[ Smith, David I has induced them to bchete, that an *;&- EGS leave to inform his Triends and : p

r Pensacola, March 20U>,1828.-2.-tf. H. Stone, Jose Gomez Santuvenia, tablishment of this: kind could be rendered flJ former Customers, that he has recommenced IU cases superior Old London Particular -: *
! efl\l business at his I Madeira me. '
Hr-nt tI to the p:111Iic. Old Stand : 3
)I."L'.,-.J.;, THE Andrew P. Simpson, Leah R. Simpson All orders directed to them, for copiesof wheie he has for sate: a very good assortment L' 10 4I Old Port Wine. f.

tt.' ..:t:i.",'I"f": Tftrmc ""')s1atiziu. J. B. Shaw 2, Suunders & Le surveys, maps or plans, as well as other ofFresh 10 Cherry Brandy, Superior. jjs

; I!"'" Baron 3. information, on the above subject, will befurniahcd Seasonable Goods 20 Conliulfirst quality assorted ia -j4l

;; T'oIt the acquisition of AbUlCULTURAU T.-Timothy Twitchell, Jacob; without delay. Letters, post the cast.1 cloz. e ch. .*%; i

\\4A L1' LITEHAKV, and MISCELLANBOU9 Taylor' David Thompson: Abraham ]j iid, directed to the Land Agency, St. York Received and hy the latest arrivals from New 10 Wine witters. .vv

JJ-- KNOWLEDGE. .LU.5tiiI1', will receive; due aUer o11. Philadelphia. 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. ,' -,:'
f'J :'" "Knowledge i is power,"-Bacon. John A. 'fLttlC3bT.Ezi.a JOHN LEt WILLIAMSViLLIAM 3,35 and 4 Point Blankets 3 Barrels Cherry Bounce. :'J

'jot THE FARMER'S MAGAZINE is deigned Varnev. \ II. SUUIOS'UANCJS 7-4 and 8-4 Striped Dufiield Blankets I I 6 Half Bbls. Anniseed: Peppermiat .. ;

:* to contain information drawn fl'O:11 l: W.-George Woolley, George;: !- J. }''.A110.I 1 bale superior heavy Whitney dQ :I and Cinnamon Cordials. .

AUTHENTIC SOURCES relative to the Welsh, henryVIlson, Wm. C.: Dec. 27th 182 .--44tfr 3 bales White &, Drab Flushings II I For S'a1cby
improvement and of Whittle I Blue and black imperial cloth ; blue
management remarkable 'V
111. Winning
Farms, sources of Manure, number Winfrey References ; .nd min cassi meres ; sats ne\t, assorted F. H. Nisbet.Penacola. .
Jas. Vest Josiah "'hitcher Col. Jos. M. rt lute
I. ,
and kind of Stock, fal-ming mentis, laborers r I ; super super and common fancy Dec. 20 182r.Hr. .
dairies, &c ; AGRICULTURAL Wm. Ward, Frances Williams, Delegate from Florida, 'prints j 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens ; Irish ..

:- IMPROVEMENTS ; drawings and descriptions Stephen Williams, Charles F. Wall I, I I IDoctor Mr. Henry S. Tanner, Philadelphia, l lawns ; dimities ; super 6-4 fancy ging DISSOLUTION.UB .

of USEFUL INVENTIONS Charles Wood 2.Y.Jeremiah. Ih'ush, New York, hams; white, yellow, red and green flannels I partnership of FINLAT EC
Bernard K. Bee -
Charleston I T
critical notices and ; black and colored bomb 1.etts
reviews of such : in
pub Yancey.Not Mr. James Williams, Baltimore. (, consequence of tne death(
lications as may tend to the interests of: forwarded the bo printed bcmbuzetts: and Salisbury flannels James Kushtonis dissolved all -
not persons
I postage ;
the Husbandman ; improvements in the ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton balls; haviug claims
MASONIC Muiuoit. against the late firm
cf breed of DOMESTIC ANIMALS ac ing: paid-"George Delanj'V1iam! beaverteens, linen cambrics ; cambric will them
; present to the
subscriber for
counts of sucb FOREIGN and DOMES Henry, Lower Canada. T E publication of the Masonic Mirror, hdkfs ; Baroge hdkfs; black Italian crape ; settlement, anil those indented

1q TIC trees, shrubs' vines, plants seeds and ((125 Letters.) will be furptniledfrom this date. flounced robes ; gingham do,spider nets, will come forward and persons make '
grain considered T2IS &mARA2SrZZ p patent threads, Russia diapers and payment; r/
I as are necessary or useful ; \V. Hasell plain sis no indulgence: can !he given.JAMES ','
tE for subsistence, comfort or ornament Hint, as a Masonic work, will take the place: ofthe fig red book muslins, Madras and Britt ,- .
' with INFOUM \T10N relative to their April 1st. 18-28-3-:j't. Post-Master. Mirror-will be devoted exclusivelyto .a hdkls., comp'y flags, figured crape Pensacola, 20th. Nov. 1327.FINLAY.-36-tf '1 4.1H -.. :!

treatment, gowthreqitisite kinds of soil: Masonry, and will appear on the 15th esses ; white, brown and mixed cotton -- .

&c. ; and in short whatever may tend to MAIL ARRANGEMENT.Due of this month ; and if sufficiently encouraged half hose ; white and mixed worsted ann rarnb"iwool E Subscriber hts just received per c .(-.

increase the produce of the soil, and advance it will appear on or about the 15th l do ; fine linen hose, ladies .L T Elizabeth, Forsyth. from New.0> '
the RURAL ECONOMY of the FLORlDM.IL. of every succeeding month. The original white and black cotton do., lead, slate, l leans, a very large assortment of Grnce-' >f"t
eount -y. every Tuesday at 10 'clock A. M. design of the work will be sofar amended and black worsted do. plain and camblct ries. lie oilers in addition to his lorrecf :.
Insertion will be Departs same day at 2 o'clockL'. H. embrace Masonic cloaks, furniture check stock
p- always given to such | asvto Original Essays ; bed-ticking, superfine :- ; 2

{ REPORTS, addresses and papers, as may BLAKELEY MAIL, Poetry ; and General Intelligence, relative cotton ihirting, oil I cloths, black Champaigne Wine, in Baskets of 1 toj *<

It3 be commnnicated for publication by: the Including Mobile and the States Louisiana to the Institution. The price will bombazines, fancy belt ribbons! black and each, warranted superior Jj?

c) several AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES and Mississippi. be 2 per annum, in advance ; and it is white satin and meintU 1 do,5'4I&'ish shir t. do. Brandy of 1820. .

1ET; } of this and other States. Due every Tue.sdAy, at 12 o'clock, M., expected that every person who subscribes mg,6-4 damask, brown linens;super black Z.inte: Currants ; ]

Tj A LAND REGISTEU, will contain, as Departs every Friday at 12 o'cbck, M.i j for it, will remit the amount on the and white, plaid and striped, Baptist PonchongTea '

fl4 far as practicable! a list of faring, which ALL OTHER MAILS. reception of the second number after printed shawls and hdkfs ; printed Waterloo Prune, very fresh f-A

are now, or may hereafter beFOR SALE; Due every Sunday at 4 o'clftck, P. M. subscribing{ or the ihird will not 1 be 1 shawls.fancy silk dresses, imns thread 1, Kaisins ., *.

ccount of their size, situation, quality Depart every Tuesday and Saturday, at forwarded. I linen gloves, linen tapes Kussiu shirting, Ahnundg., ...

and such other particulars + may be Q o'clock A. M. Subscribers to the Mirror, who wish the milPd drab cloth; blue, Stred-sirouds, &c. Medoc Claret of 1820Tusculoosa ..... .. .

deemed useful. Letters which are not deposited itzr i- .Amaranth, are requested to give an early' ALSO, Rye Whiskey > '

Space will be afforded for the SOLID one half;! hour, before the regular notice to that eiTcct. 4 rasQ3 saddlery, assorted Goshen Butter Js'fi

.jiI; and Sterling BEAUTIES of LITERATURE time appointed for the Agents for the Mirror are respectfullyrcqueste1 9 cases rew: ter's hats, assorted qualities do.: Cheese. "
departure of i
the useful arts and Science, Natural to use"their influence in giving Beef in i bbls. for
the Mail will family use
be _
History and Philosophy, Uiotfraphj, detained until the I circulation to this work. All who pr U- 5 trunks fine ready made clothiag With an additional supply of Good '..4i

Voyages and Travels, state of tbe nwketiJA next Mail ; unless it suits the convenience care six subscribers and will become responsible 12 trunks lad)*' and gentlemen boota Hard ware Glass ware ff Queens Dry wares& .. .: :'

the principal Seaports, &c. fitc. of the Post Master to mail for them will be entitled to aa.vcntb and shoes Sold Low for Cash. <_t: t t;::

. TERMS. them sooner. copy. Ckildrens'aud hoy shoes; brogin; &c. J. J '.' .
On To those who have paid in advance for Soal leather, calf skins, shce thread Pescay. >>,- .
THE FARMERS MAGAZINE will be Lr: Sunday, the Post Office Pensncob, Jan. lltJr 1828.
the present volume of the Mirror 25 Tobacco
the kegs Virginia
. published SEMI-MONTHLY the price will be kept for I ; -
; one hour afterthe .
open Amaranth will be forwarded 5 boxes
10 the full) superior cavendish do. I
is three dollars, payable either the time arrival I "w_ for :
of the Mail I
assorting unless otherwise
; I amoint, ordered, or the Hardware ,
of on of the firs, c.
subscribing receipt
in the
and letters new Town
will not be delivered out Mirror be resumed. ofMagnoIs
nbm That FORM and SIZE has been 'Pen .
cr. pocket, and desk offered for
sportsmen sale. U
:We wouldagain solicit This
of the office QC: theattention puce
at other time that \
adopted, which i. deemed most con any on knives ..Knives'and forks ituated 8 mlle-
of Agents to the immediate ; carvers, waitersand from Fort Sr. Harks all
_ .nieotior binding, while the quality of i the day."T. the accounts committed to their adjustmentof tr.ys ; Kenning* best needles, snuffers the St. Matktf river and 15 from TaUthJ- tTO

I paper, beauty of the type, ("entirely new) Haseli Hunt. and those subscribers who have little care i and trays, plated spur*, spectacles: see. The river can be navigated to tbe
and the general execution of the work, or carpenter's tools, shoemaker's and Town by vessels
POST OFFICE Post Master. no communicktion with Agents cur drawing 8 feet water.
_ vill be such as it is hoped will reflect are requested rier do._ stock locks The
Pensacola, 1st April 1828.-3 St. to remit the amount of their bills padlocks, shovels situation is high, dry and healthy; .
credit on the Publishers, and GRATIFYITS itnd tongs, kettles, t has two -
_ l 9 fn .il. Agents are authorized to remit pan., cotton Sulphur Spring lfl the vicinitY ,
_ PAVBONS.Editori TJLLLOW8 BEES w.z.I in the same manner. carJs, &c. &c. one of which is only 200 yards from tJt*

_ giving the above a few in er. Those who have received their bills Pensacola, Dec. 7Ui, 1827-38-tf. Public Sq lare. They are said to posse
ynptiE highest price in cash, given for .
_ lions wiJI oe entitled to a copy of Lbs will -APB.I great medical qualities.For .
4& thc above articles add 60 cents to the amount for the
work. Address L. Z. RictURDgoK ft Co. ) present year's papers, and remit without T G, further information of Terms &c.

_ Agents for tht proprietor Julius Pes cay.pWacola. unnecessary delay. This will sure much Executed with .nttJtne*s-and despatch apply to J. G and N. flamlen, SI. Marks

_ \ rllbddttul, Hrch t, 1m I j ,Tth.bee..1827 38-4f troablc Bojrton April \ I :.N. at this Oces or to Augustus Steele," Tallahassee. '.

St. .Mirks. 10th Aogust, 1Wm24-4


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