Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: March 25, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
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. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
notis - AKP3155
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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} William F. -Murrhee, madey the CbmbaUsiOMhisap- of this act, .ia, SUCh,, rMiei ...t'e." 1. ... .' _' -...'.... ... "t...!; 'J. .c'*, ,-i** ....
BY W. IASEl.L.lU- T' I I 4 Belt enacted by the Govern. iI i- pointed\ for that pq3': \: *4whrrtaa r-! b-: !! J : :. ': :k' "* '. r'V, .. .. .

SOL EDITOR PnorniETon' I uiUfhvincQDvetiiencc and the said cpunt4l"iifiatVleaat coacraii ItRe *:' 'r' '*
ana" 'Legiilative Co nrrjf of ir ; l y' or1tc *ce > *. *,
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':"aftt/of/to TVmro'ty offlwrida.SuBScnirrioH marriage William F., Murrhde"aforesaid )ini5ta! tJ (' 1 t h J '1t*. ihe. colgctioiThat i .the. ....tI.&a\....4... .._'..'..t".",.i ". -bi ". ... ... ) .. f. ,.J".......'"...k.oR-?i;.....

-Year 5 ,. with his wife: Sara toheciiflSof> taid iV Counyb. *J1 t're Q !p' -! i o taa dl6.:,' *?'*-,.reI ... .: '..t.t..Qt.. "c_ .*-t'f'i'
Half 3 .p : .' ,.
.. Quarter year 1 50 I Murrhee, be, and tt1 '.amti: i the-: ubsiqueflanddifferhI: : oCa1 shall* ; ; St.\8."" rea' JI1wti. peaCe""Mtult i....k. : .. .'...fk-l'"

wf. twelve and year hali.' hereby dissolved : anh,!!.sai I tipfi 'of:a .seitAI. Justice for the Ztsny':; .hJkherrae: than- 44; .aUt."-1'J '..'\. ',..!@. .'1,; Ui'i1.... '"."" ....-'to:'J.. .-: ... S'I ll' .
an cents. V : < "" .. :
Single Subscriptions paper payable in advancedAHVBUTISIHO : William F!>.'Murrhee U<;hereby coiy;by, !same, CornmjssioiilJ3e V iorQertonkeand, k t. J"di 4VV: "" ,.,'l ..:" "' -11":,_,.' ..h t.!.1.;t-- '. .. .r.- .g4.<

released from: all civil :of' moral 1 ers"th.t.l'eo. J V ; .. ....'" ;or't.. ...... _... d\ib, lf',. 'I n :" "',:Ji "I} ... .g: -

the width; f-onecblafnn&nd Bvery fdvertisementof measuringnot obligation(6 contribute any money .it enacted. by the. .Govcmsr. "passa1Xsuch; .b-'t"'M' ... ,., smRW. ., ; : .

more tha.-tweve lines: 'of this type, or .,thing to the support or and Legislath.'e" G indil of. :h ordiinces.t aiL& 'sipob'suqb. ; J'd' 1 "" 'c"./' (... ... V. .", rt.bL4ik .-.; ,"f1;, "

first ins, rtion' ne dollareach: weekly; con maintenance of the said .Sarah Territory. of1oHdalhat ,; the. .'\9 !\d penaes orf; )-. 1;t' -S. t...... "'I"(' ; .; :' ; r".- qt ':
tinuance fifty cents; longer and wider during their natural lives, or the Counit. .COuVJ4i, :n. C ,itt)-' fritgement' \ thercyjf! 9t. non-com. i>j (k't!" -;' =: '" tt tbc4OVY :.
ones at the same rate. Rule and figure brat and is hereby auinoiizcil. its .phance thewth&&iia1J J to tisaid' ih *
natural life of either of them. ; 'afF: itQkV : t V "
for the first insertion. ** A V B't ieperatIoto ''' _.
work double ,
Advertisements, price will tastefully display-. Passed December 8th 1825. first session_ : :after the. passage ,of ,CityiCeanciLiieem, A- ,,. **.+Becesaar' '**' ] 't MIe1 Vteroqch .'-;+*. T
i d, according to the nature" of them, and I Approved Decemb 9th 1835. this act, :to'- ,order> fc -.J,1-aneIectionin'- \ ur togive,, \'hDd.; .ihipo e' ;'' .theuq-pr; s r ': ;". ":. :, .l. .'

\vill be measured by matter of this,sized said county for.tommissionera-, wersLami TegalaiionsVto theduiheygIyerand" t: ztipn,1iiUir,.te1Jit t ,:.ieby' ,. 'f n, ,

t'pe.Vhen inserted intervalsthats ,' .An act to provide for holding terms ofih select a' seat :!ofjusuce. for, .1\14.). } -
not inserted every week,from the first Superior. Court .for"the Counties ofAlachua chosen and the, .sd ,'4. ," .
the last insertion each insertion will and GaldsdenV and toe othe I county, *thatItnepIace[ IBJP ;upon I.' BciIuM'iThs. %4 ,,( :
to be charged asa new advertisement.- purposes, by the' said. !commissioners ,..hall .corporation;ofjCity'peuncilj.; any the i'reasurer shatj reccTve4 o.,.. _: _.,<\, ... '%

Amounts for advertising payable alwayson Bct it enacted by the Governor'afcrf be the permanent' (seat of justiceof law ofjhis. :TerHtot ".to.the, contrary ,. -moMedIifld- *v* !.-* .owing tG!tbess V f;, V r '. V \t ) .i;

demand. Legislative' Council of thrntory said ,county Provided: That notwhhsianai: :-t-And. P"f rpof o, ",. I:!.. e 1f ep aL:? ';>" 'tV .' V '.

QCj: Liberal contracts ,'Will be made T of Florida, .That. th< twenty :clays notice: ,of said election vided ,Tnat; tfic. .>, adVorthnancqaand .ACCUrate accAli.t 01.. :tkesse." """ a. ,'V;: ..:::',, % {t::;

with those who wish to dvertise by the Judge oi the Superior Court fo shall be gven, }by posting. rules ,s all.be'. ,sigaed'by i':' l'iW.J., .... ..'r...Qf.8: "S> } :V &."J .t. .J:

year. the Eastern District,,shall hold a three. of the most. public placealncuqnty Intendant > and 'ajtcaied, 1 by' the: ,coaat: r'.1: rfttlQ Jl"Rf if. V ; ':..V, i .

(ci::/'All communications to the Editor court on,
s'nust6cpotpaid suits, or his they convenience.will be attendedto April:, :and. December, in every ,- t )J.V'.t.t'r4)J! cttd, Tt *: M ': granting. ;any salary, pa;, or4nCisiC.ouncl! -* :,!ttett!.d>*,*>&-y *Ik- "*t ;V: 4t. :
or not,
as ,4.v year,in'tbr; Couniyoi" : AlachlTa! any former selectious of a County allowance: to tbeT'sai Lintcndant clerk, 88(1counteralp( By .tl' *> I! .. ,V

-- and until ihe County seat of said seat, and; all other acts of the -.or Councilmcn or to"eftber'c... Intend. anu. : V_ 1. Jr.
YOHTIOA1\ Cotnmis them. 15. )fffjpiiMer; That -.
J. said tntottd-
shall have been u.ntyCourt or ,
.. County permanently '
".- :- '- .. established, said, terms sioners by them appointed, which 6. Be it further .enacted, Thai .the, first.eleqiicra' for v JateBdAnt.ana--!- V Vcouncilmen

and From twine Mr wreath JV.H. Patriot.for me, shall be holden at the house ol are inconsistent with the, (provi the said City Council' shall bavi t 5hliV13ktplaCe. oa V
Love a
And Come weave it in thy choicest flowers, dward Dixon. sion of this act,' be..and the lame< power to. compel the attendancijof the heat ij'y..l: : | .iy' ncx .:. .: .

To client the lin 'ring steps of time, ,< 2. Bf further enacted, That are hereby repealed.Passtd its members. j.aQa. :to judge 6 r and,each succeeding, election..shallbe I fb f7 <;!.t:

And gladden all life's passing hours* ; the,Judge i. 01' the Superior Court ;December 7th 1825. ,the election returns. ,;and .qualifier; v held r on* .the* *'first>' W } :MoudaV* -' *-V of-' :

for the Middle'District shall hold i Approved December 8th 1825. _lions of-its own: members_ eice pi;; Jaauary eye""eatl't.aori ..,theuirt V ..r ... .
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Oh who would live nor be thy and stave fears-, A Court on the third Mondays ol\ ing the Intendant,, and: .the ;y4: : elections" :shall t be; ,bI44 t1 be.p : 4'ltctIp4i

Thosc"Without smiles thy trembling that play! hopes upon thc'heart April and October in: every year, An V act to incorporate hassee.the City. of Talla V and.nays on aryqueaiiofls111! !,''o!' :; ; lIprJI! or F* &i3i

Those sighs which drown themselves ," in in the County of Gadsdemat? the I i Beit enacted*by the Gnverno ,the request of any: tup member' .t !l@'r ecQ* ,. $.{1. J) ,M &ii ... %:

tears ? of said be :phced on record ...; judtcicus: .and, 4IseUerso4. ''
County seat County. and Legitlatrvc Council of the< ; v' T'4a !

the 3* Br 'ft further enacted, Thai Territory of Florida, :That aU 7.' Be it further.enacted_ Tfa\j V ; .ihe-.votesshaU.btbe.. ._ : ;: V'V j V {.trt 'J V.
Let sages gaze upon i the l said council, 'shall hai all t .h'tnOAJaa& (1i. V. Jc ,, ,
city .
And prate of circling worlds above : the Judge of the Superior: Courtfor \thc free white male inhabitant! ? .i ."
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1 seek no stars but beauty's eyes,- the Western District of. Flqri. ; I o'er-the age of twenty-one yean, power to elect l a treasurer, cleri fton, ', hall.li"l, ;I _: .$r..,. ::" '. L''. .l.. =.7" -

No world but that woman's: love: la shall hold a court ,on the firl comprehended within the southeast ando.jichother, officer> astb: .the the office of Ipt ttn.l' .: ? 1

in March and said city council may, ..et"y necessary cil-manor I shall beenjbtcsald., I '.r.'
Mondays SrptetnIK quarter ,of section thirty six, % -if* Jl j V V V4 j / *
This is the tie bind .?. <&
only can witber S4thf.. ,
in each in the- to give effect to' the. poyersand officer. :. ,pfltt J\ '- ...
'My spirit to this earth below; r, year, County township one, range one, nor' .of .' -t .'V 1t44 V V v; r'1 :
'Tis Love[ will deck the barren roCK; of Jackson, at the house of, Mrs: the basis parrallel, and west of.the regulations, to the' (duties bj timtit '' ,,, e '".!p"J.4re-; ..$. t. .,V << :- ...

The desart with its tints will glow. Hall, until the public scite shall l. Meridian, in the ,county of LeD this act given to, or imposed,upon l. .. V .PMAet V J...thtV, V V:. ''u4t4-" .: "

:: be agreed on, and suitable build and District of Middle Florida ; ,the. said city. council, td.t. shaUb; _e: e !.. :f!L .. iI1I. J} ... ....:.'

Oh what were life if thou wert not ? ings prepared ; Provideuj.; thai and two hundred' feet outside at i determine the salaries.:of- thesa'ijIUffiCerVafl4 .S ..eclora.....\. -. '.'i/.or-:"...., "..'"e. '- >iS. :" -... I. te"V "'/'' :- .} V '. ,fc'v'*TI>-- '. ,
A talc of of fear ': : V *JMvp ,'
woe -a thing :
Then dwell within: heart; thiti. section shall .not, take, effect. .( h ,Qd. lin ; : ibe same to,dlsmis: recvet: cvQt3. ;;, ..f.t;-. 1 2 ;"4W" "
ever my V_ L t f 4\b jf !IScesaob i"j" -*''> JIi** *V l Vv* '(fc'fc{-F i1 b T"->>ritP' fj yLi.: .; e;:" '+\ V
Or fly not thou, and leave me here until the firstof :April :a CRT, and be au'zrema1fl1 fotht $
three fifths of said councilmen I ken down and inscribed in a book :
Z. that such party of law, as .are inconsistent term of five years from:: the firs I '
_- "---.0- member of the said to be kept for that. and
r z----------- with this section, be I dayal, January, one thousant may expel a _purpose
\ ii\\1. Council for disorderly behavioui to.cause the poll to,be held at such V
o {) and the same are hereby repealed eight hur.drt'dand twenty-six, ;a .
mal conduct in office. place ,as, they or two of'hem
4. Be further enacted' Thai body corporate by the name and or any

act appointing Commissioners .to report the Jud ;e fur the Eastern District style of the City of Tallahasseeand ; 8. Bit further enacted, Thai may deem proper,;.and to be o*

on the expediency of opening a shall and he is hereby authorised I their it shall be the duty of the .said ci- pened and continue open from V..
I by corporate name may} .
canal from the Gulfof Mexico to the V
in said of A ty council to cause to be kept regular nine o'clock in the morning until
Atlant ic Ocean. to appoint county sue and be sued, implead and
lachua clrrk for said court and records oi lueir proceedingsand five in the evening, when the 'baU. ,
Be it enacted by thGO'Ve'rnor' i iI a impleaded, and do all other act *
I the for the Middle District of their ordinances, rules and lots shall be told, and the name
and legislative Council of the Judge as natural persons, and may purchase ,
Teiritory of Florid, That James shall, and he is hereby authorised : and hold real, personal and regulations, and tht"f.sbat1 promulgate uf the person having the greatest V

to for said Court in Gads- of their ordinaue.es without number of votes for Intendant '.
Gadsden, William H. Simmons appoint mixed properly, or dispose the
ancl Edward R. Gibson, or a den County, a Clerk : said clerKs same for the benefit of the said unnecessary delay, by posting the shall be declared, and the names

majority of them, be commissioners shall give bonds respectively in city. same at the common marketplace or t the persons having the greatest ,- '. -.

10 examine into the expediency the sum of two thousand dollars, 2. Bit further enacted, Thai on the capitol, or at the number of votes for counciUmeOj .

of opening canal from the I with security to be approved by tile government of said city shall door of the council room, or in shall be. declared ; and the names .

waters of the Gulf of Mexico to the respective judges conditioned be vested in a City Council Coins the newspapers if any there be of the said Intendant and: councir-

the failhtul of printed in said ciiy, so that the lieu elect shall be recorded, and
those of the Atlantic by the most for performance posed of an intendunt aud five
be exposed to the public notice of their election given to ...
duties. may
advisable route through the Pen their touucilmrn, each of whom shall

insula Floriila,&: that they report 5. Be it further, enacted, 11. .l have the qualification of havingresided vitw at least four weeks. each cf them. .;' -

to the next Legislative Council, on so much of the seventh section of six months within the limIts 9. Be it further enacted, Thatit 17. Be' further enacted; Thatit '. .
of the said Ci- shall .be the of the said ciiy .
for terms shall be the duly duy
the consequences, practicability & an act providing holding aforesaid in order to fill eiTher
probuble cost of the operation ; lof the Superior Court for the of the said offices. I ty Council, to hold their meetings t council at least two weeks pre

the extent of assistance that maybe Counties therein mentioned, approved 3/ Be it further enacted, That in public, and at such times as to viously to the day appointedifor: .
the thirtieth the said Council may seem fit ; election, to appoint the inspectors
derived from the General! December he itrendarit shall have and cxereisr V
hundred and and the Intendant shall be president (>f electioflVby this act, required, _
Government. aid of the undertaking one thousand eight alt the duties and may receive .
of the board and in the absence md to notify'then! of such'ap* 1. VV
and the term oa which twenty-four, a* ,gives jurisdictionto the fees of a justice of the ,
of the Inten- 3ointm -nt and the Said inspectors .
private enterprise and capital the Superior Court tor the Eastern or disability < ,
in St. peace.1 dan', a majority of the Council mall give> pubjic"notice, within. V
may be enlisted in its execution. District, while sitting 4. fee further enacted, That

2. Re it further enacted, That Augustine, in all cases,. arising in the 'aid City Council shall have may, on any occasion, appoint three days thereafter, by posting V.'. .
In- the market and. three differ .
their nnmber
at f
any monies advanced "ad interim said County of Alachua, and authorises full power and authority to pre- among an up ,

j !' by individuals, and which the issuing of writs and \cnt and rtmuvenuisancea. ; to license lendant who shall have power >nt places, of the time and place.

in said /M-o temfiore, to do the duties ijich election. .. _, ..
shall be Deceived: and disbursed process to run County, and regulate auctioneersjand ,
entitled Thai
Be further
by said Commissioners in makingtue and the execution of the same by I 4 uctions, retailers of goods and Ii. of Int ndaJt.
That if of the refusal,' absencefI" .
10. Be' further enacted by reason
of said
necessary examinations and the Executive officers e uors and taverns ; to restrain or V
oi said Inteniaqi other unavoidable casualty,'the 'V V .. :
four' of ihe number tr
surveys, shall be considered a Court in St. Augustine, be and { rohibit air sorts of gaming ; to .
form ntendant[ elect shall be prevented
ccuncilmen .
component part of'a general stock the same is hereby repealed I license and regulate: theatrical and may V ,
for the transaction of bu- from performing the organizing j
of a canal company, if it shall 6. Be it further' enacted, That c .her public amusements ; to es- quorum this V
luties by act required, it-
hereafter by the Legislative Council the Superior Courts fur the Coun- t blish and regulate markets ; to uness
11. Be it further enacted, That shall in such case be the duty of .
of Escambia Jackson and safe of the
be deemed, expedient to char- ties dircctth' keeping
i: shall be the duty of the said Ciiy the Intendant in/>mce. to, cause anew : V
ter the same. St. Johns, shall each hold their standard! of weights and measures .
Council to exact from the election. to be ',held ,by the '. V
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3. tnd be it further enacted, That_ terms, ana every of them, for and ..Appointed by 'Congresi ; to provide forth.
Treasurer at, least four times in same inspectorswhoVshall !V .
said Commissioner's shall not be during two weeks at each term, if and regulate burial grounds .V-.
calendar statement nth give at least one week's no ':l-:
each a .
year > .
entitled to compensation for the business shall so long rrquireand taut of the said limits for the user
any if the receipts and of the expend itu.es ice,of the same, and hold another -t:
their services. no longer, that other termsin r the said City ; to sink wells and I
monies and of the sums election for In tented ant, conformaly -
1'assed December 7th 1825, each and every Counties in this erect and repair pumps in-the '
due and from the to this regulation.- .. 3
of to ) V
UKLLAMY- money
A. Territory, where by law any termor streets\ and public squares,; to e-
President of the Legislative Council. said corporation, and to certify ,19. Be: it-further: ::.enacted, That
housed '
terms of said Superior rjct ,and repair
BAML. FKV, CleiV, the same to be correct, if on ex- William Cameron, AllenW.. V V.
,eh her of them are required to ind scales on anyof the i
December 8th 1325. oc ;; public William
Approved imihation'such statement is found. Coleman, and Wyatt bet .'
"'M. P. UU\'AL, be held. saidterme" shall., continue public squares, except the capi.
of such certificate. and they are hereby appointed, 'j i:1.
admit _
Go'crnorofthe Territory of Florida: the term of one week establish and to V
J ul squar< ; to regulate ..
the elec- 4.
12. Be'it further enacted, Thatit nspectors, superintend
...-- therein solon .
if business regulatethe sto-
each the I Patrols to .
;, : for Intendant and councilmen _.. .. -
said In. ion
of the
be the duly .
of William F. Mur shall
An act for the relief and nolonger. lo tax..and li-
require,, ringvof gunpowder, -
the first Mon L.
Ihee. tendant to see that the ordinances for the city, on :
7. Br it further enacted, That cnie hawkers 'and'pedlars ; torestrain' V
WHEREAS it is representedto the eight section of the above .recited :- and prohibit tippling of the 'said"Council are 4uly ,executed day in January ,ilext' : and' they 'orny \ r -t
this Legislative Coun and to call a. meeting of twpvof them may do therdutie* : V
present is hereby to ;
act bp.,- nd the same houses and lotteries ; providefo'r ,
cil.) Thtit: Sarah Murrhee has vi* the establishment: 'of ,publics he councilmen when in his opinth oC superintending required and V'V.. :: '

laird her fidelity lo her ,repealed. goo4 require .it. nthetventofthe occurrence of V
conjugal ember 1825, of public !may ;
Parsed Dc gth! ) and ,'superintendence .
husband, \\ m. F. Murrhee, who Approved December 9U(1825.An and to restrain and nd..Jie shall lay before. the council, ny of the casualties coatempla-' V. .
i. a resident of Nassau County i in, ; Eaanp.J and,disorderlypersons from time .'to 'time, in. writing, ted ,by "this act to present ,the 6ranization .. .. V" ., --#... J;. -.

,this Territory, ida' 'most public act trovidcfr) the establishment punish vagabonds and the 'disorderlycon such propositions\ as.he may deem of.theLsaic: f.!, iI1.coan.ciJs... *'w --J.'r: 'r- .:
in the County of Jackson of the twp'pf them-are here* : :! ...:.
and shameful > manner : And. of; : County Seat V and of advisable for the welfare: hey or any : .i- .

... whereas, the said Wm. "F. Mur- -" considc'ablp -i. dtctof, negroes persons aid( V corporation; and, .the"said )yaushorizedtoholda re-eeclioA .. "' ...Ji'fot.lnte

lee has with number the in- \\HEREASi ex colour. ,rI'I' tity council shall have power .to tf nti : .- : '
etatjI.that V
thetnhabitanls : "
incurred Py .5. Be itfurther "'
< labIlntqjfNaau County, Flo; nse: has beetf OUflCtl.'shall' Wave *dj urn 'ftmtirne to time. ; ,.2G.V'I'Jd lit' (( jliriher c&actcd, V : i&;
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said '
Ida be divorced of. Jackson'Ccuntyan d\f." .= City .( : ):f. Br'i further ,ctlac ', : t ,That.' 1 1f-white"'mal; 1a 11 U$j' ], l' SI4 !.
:; petitioned to ; .
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off and establishing a onnV power o.I levy &,tax I. ?''
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<< t. ::_ .?1t ,ibe,age,of twenty-one. years ort rida.' Itl' er* was any\thing erroneous ,!.Idg" :tba ifSby' *one, afiali taic!'Zi. i !1 'elven/for :payment.: ,] ,a JY- [t;Y": e)j,}:' eq' ',r .II' :d.';" jJdt -(-

.. upwards, who,shall I tae resided itt principle, defecate inprictitfc possession S ol> or attempt tot s\\lr fiy:the terms of tlifeJjilljnderconsideWiojnthefrhav -: when thVsale' g'naft1i rplntit. < S
IL Sf. three months 'withio the limits a- :or injurious in its consequcBcts y ..;lands ceded .to?'the United ,4qcrghi!; of .are informed rl i&iva'teiy, thai Ufl S

i :: ._ : \tI.. jtarc described, and everywhite ,it ought and would have Stafcs (ie shall:forfeit' ))!jtlaiqli purchasejor acres" pr::wjhich less tyejr! pftfso.,:. ch tujdii/bo.! _
mile person who shall have,resi been,. discovered and exploded and the President may remove: they pay cash.: This, si/jllTft ibost. )lreasonabJerequeMa5 y alll.lncet' their farms'and hous- ..
r 1 ded,six months within the county long since ; the fact however, of him by foice. "-This_ 'law'was passed shewn: ',by ses will be taken' From them. The "

-. :'of Leon, and one month in the city its having received a sanction of: not long,'after the session of the foregoing comparison, if it is unpleasant alternative is presented ..'
.,; ., ofTallahuseshatl be entitled all the administrations for upwards Louisiana to the United. Slates, granted ,; as it ,isan" .'exercise of J either to tender: the bribe 'or0
V to vote for Intend ant aftd council- of thirty yean, and. of aU and its evident: object was to pre bounty, the People Qf FTorida'willnot abandon possession. If it it

'vi4' melt for the said corporation. most every successive, Congress, vent surveys of large claims, the stop "lojnquirc what ,has been given either in money' or in bond,
'. Passed Decemaer: 5h 1825. i is an undoubted argument in favor validityfof which were doubted, done eUewhereVbut offer their sin-f! all.'others are forbidden to bid for
: *,:-' -Approved December 9th 1825. 01 its justice and policy ; and ,and"'to prohibit those havingunlo- cere benedictions for 'the Govern- S the land, and it is purchased, at

of- d I it would be admitting the last I cat a floating permits, from being ment that has protected their families i the price proposed ..in.11' :S bill!".

An act amending the act regulating aister into the Union, mot I,I surveyed and settled on the best, in the enjoyment of their J i from the United :Slates, ai d per-
the mode of suirg out writ ,of error ungraciously, to deny her I lands ;of that rich Territory',' and lionies, in the t'ortnaJion' of which S haps the same sum to the compa ;
and prosecuting appeals in the Court '
.. J Appeals of the Territory of Florida, rign WhiCh ,the mumncent legislation -t hencejihey; employ the phraseology they have expended their only ,ny. Should it not be given, !Jtc:.
approved December 13th, 1824. of the'-Nation has conferred ti j r; "jrd Feit. his claim..u The means of purchasing, in competiU h land is purchased. for a few dol
". Be it enacted by" the Governor on every other new State dnd Ter Government 'were desirous of prohibiting U' with othe attracted by their, lars-more than the means of ,the

\ and Lrgiilative Council of the i ritory. Sir, :I should not like tu ) by force, if necessary, i in provelnt-nts. honest -settler, who is 'sacrificed,, ,
territory of Florida That be the messenger\ of such 'unwelcome the' location: of these floating and Arc mere any circumstances or I and the public treasury\augment. -

'no final judgement, sentence nr intelligence, to a People fraudulent. claims that the' occupancy difficulties, connected! with the I ed a few cents. It is to prevent .

.p- decree,"rendered byany of-the Superior proud to acknowledge repeat : o them, after the change, settlement of Louisiana or Mississippi this vile 'bartering! or the' conse,* .
; '. : :courts of this Territory, edevidencesof your liberal 1 and. ;:! might not be pleaded as a prescriptive ,'to distinguish them from, or I Quent injuries to those, wbo:will
ahall be appealed ((from'to the expanded policy-and who would !' right. Another consideration give, them a preference over, this'l'"crritory.l not engage in it, that this law is .

I court of appeals, unless,:the party not'like to.recur to 'so signal an'J. !Which probably impelledthe 1fihere'yvas any diffi- desirable. ,Such were >the excess
; "wishing such appeal shall, by. himself instance' of a' departure from enactment of that law, was to reucein point"of peril and privations es to which :'tHese practices were'

I. herself or themselves, 'or by precedent, so inconsistent with the enable President, in ''a summary ; it was on_the side of Flori- carried, in..:the 'Southern ,4)art 'of
hisher or their attorney, pray an liberal spirit that has character- I way: I Ito preserve the valuable da. Alter the change"of'Govern- ,Alab4ma, that their' courts were'

appeal in,open court, within six i teed your legisiation, and so 'I I timber by' the expulsion of intruders ment, the present inhabitants tra 'crowded with ,suits, upon notes of )"
days after the rendition of such final blighting to their hopes and pros" without t a resort, to the tedious velled from the Southern Sates this description. 'Instance, equal*

: & judgement, sentence or' decree pects. "The ,policy of ali the and! protracted process of law, several hundred miles through l ly distressing, have occurred, and "
p so sought be appealed\ Governments this side of the and the :coneqvent.'destruction of be Creek Nation, or around it, will again occur in Florida. .

3. Bf it further enacted) That Atlantic, has been to extend theirs the pub rc property in the mean, through forests, cutting roads and I By the of this iaw
at .hta( ume such appeal is prayed, settlements' widely as possible, time. ljt never: was, and could constructing :budges, swimming from passage industrious, you
it shall be the duty of the party to attach the inhabitant to the, i not bethe: intention of that law, or creks and_rivers',- and after ttfeir save ruin an enterprising *
.. 'praying such appeal to offer for country and their Government,. 'any other of the United States, to arrival, for the first two or three class of men, who have
4 confided! in munificence froma
\: the >proval oi the court good & by giving! them an actual share i prohibit! settlement upon the public years, under the necessity of- .pur. your of continued ,
:. 0 suiF i<-nl sureties to enltr ,wii.' in the real property, that they lands'' The Rt'gistClrwas authorized chasing provisions at three 'or knowledge your long
legislation the
sura appellant, upon a recogni2aiiCf might not, in time of difficulty, to grant permits to, set four times the amount ,theuow is also on in same subject.It .
important a political
conditioned as is pTescribed return the answer of the Roman tiers. The act of 1807 was reenacted cost.
point of view. The lands
by Ue second section of the act : People on mount ventine, to the in express terms in that Is it equitable or. proper, that ; on our
S borders and frontiers should be
a to v.hich this is an amendment, Ambassadors of the Senate. ,Pio- or 36lh larch, 1816; contains the men who have encountered all ,
[! and the said court shall in their neers and adventurers of new colonies I lame pr visions, so far as the settlements these difficulties, submitted to I occupied by men who are competent

F discretion give to such appellant and settlements- formed under,: were concerned, and superseded these dangers and privations, and invasion and of willing to repel tne Should first
: any time, not exceeding sixty so many difficulties and piivationa -S, thai act. This Statute furnished these facilities (for others our country.
this class be driven from
t days in 'vhich, witr' his, her ->r at the sacrifice of so in any .. expired, by its own limitation, one to get into the-country, should be lands l and succeeded the
.. thei sureties as aforesaid e.x- comforts, and contributing su many year, thereafter, in 1817, when an put into equal competition with they were
I the Southern
C'u'e the said recognizance inI I important benefits to the coui.- act 'vas p .ssed, obviously to remedy : those who have "made no expenditures by .and quarters what will planters -
. the clerk's I!" office of the courtfrom try, in increasing its facilities, extending the defecis offhe other, and : and availed themselves of speculators, be
condition in time of ?
,. ivhic such appeal is prayed, its empireand protecting to provide more effectually foi the converiencies of their more our is that war
.:; whofre duty it shall be to take all its borders, have always been arid the same object. The necessity intrepid pioneers Is it just, sir, should be and planters
recognizances under the foregoing -: ought to be, rewarded. Influenced of one part having been dispensed : that one who 'has, .-improving and efficient. encouraged, a dense
,. b provision of this act. ,by these considerations, thf with, in!!the adjustment ofland ti- the country, increased me value of population
. 3 Be it further enacted, That Governments of France, EngUur, I ties, itt as provided that the Secretary : all the 'contiguous lands, and and encouraged, at the limits of

. L _,' / S ,. noting in"the tenth section of the :*ttd 'Spain have made gratuitous. ;of the Navy, under the diI whoe labor alone has given?additional the Confederacy, devoted! to the
: \ u't,1> act to which this is an amend grants of land to their subjects I Ire'-tion {*f the President, should value to the spot on whichhe Government, ,by a grateful recollection
of its favors. One .
: nu .1 shall be construed to extend who improve, inhabit, ai.d cultivate lay off distrIcts which might be has located his family, shall be cessfulsoi-tie suc-
. I to C:;*sea wht're any infant, fen"- them. The exercise of tins', us,'tul! for. public timber, and, by expelled without an equivalent, of an favorable enemy; and Iheoccu'pation
., covert, orperson non com pos men. indulgence has been sj universal pr..d2'.lua\io!! to prohibit intrusion from his home, by affording to a point,,
. ; S t"i5 shall'be a party, but in al cases that it is considered inbtprrub! on: those reserved districts, the ruthless speculator, an opportunity might cost Xaovernmcnl more
than all the lands in
; wheri; any infant, feme covert fl'omlu' colonial stale. Tht United under stvere penalties ; if any or to buy it over him ? Sir a district
: : or person non compos mentis Stat sr{ collectiug.lhe foiors I jdir oi it is kind had been made, some have pretended to doubt the would! sell for, to 'remove him.

" ," shall be a party to any judgment extended to tne'r.sehes by thr: pa or any districts selected, and the I policy of these laws, from the be.. In every vie* of the subject,

, }: in a civil action, two yiars: shall I rent Governrnrtit, and animated I public (,toiified by the proclamation ginning. I would inquire of such,' ;;l precedent, good faith, ?n'policYt
'-(t b. Allowed9 such infant, feme I by the sum: -' just und line at l (poltcvhavf all I who settled witiiin the how would you ever sell those;I': in my humble judgment, this law

.J t* covert or person non compos.mentis : n-- been l les s bountiful to, prohibited: district would ,incur frontier lands without roads and ought to Iass.

_'4 i [ : : after their respective disabili their citiz; 1\8. ,..t the imputation and penalty imposed _settlers ? If anj:gentleman supposes :\1 r. \V hippie said.he ,had some
: 'ties are remaved, in which to A recurrence to the laws of the' by CfiV act of 1807. 'Since the that upon: an enlarged ,view of" doubts as to the propriety of this

S sue ,ut his, her or their writ uf United States will demonstrate passage of the last act, there has this subject, the United States mode legislatiqn.. lIe did not,

,. error on any judgments aforesad.F. *>: .u the petitions of the Pt-oplc of been authority! ) given: under the wil1-Jose by the passage of this however, rise for the purpose oi"
4 Br it further enacted. That Florida, upon which the Land laws of the United, States to Registers law, he will be greatly mistaken,p opposing the bill but he objected
: I, so Much of the act tu which tl'isis Committee have reported this : to grant permits, because unless they avail themselves of generally to the extension of

: 1 an amendment, as is inconsis-)ill), aria neither new or unreasonable none were necessary to authorizea S the labour of these adventurous' the pre-emption system. It would

1: tent ;.vith the provisions of this acan but that they havibeen ser.Ie.ment upon the public citizens, without a fair equ valent. be recollected that provision had
. :'r I ,:rno further, he aid the same i iIi Urpbyrepealed sanctioned by numeious precr- lands ; they have, on the con ra The value above the government: already been made by donation

: h'- ; Provided however ..cnts. He conceived ther was t.o ry, been rewarded by a privilege.. price is derivedTrom their labour, for all those who settled in Florida
,;, that any appeal taken be- reason deemed suilicientlv lorcible of pure rase similar to what h. and the means they :have furnished I up. to the time of its cession ;

,.. fortthe first day of March next, '0 justify a departure from the propose i in this Bill. This, however in penetrating the .country. Seethe but the present bill goes farther
i,; in :pursuance o' the provisions of system in Florida. Previously! (io gives as small a quantity as returns of the sales in Talla and grants to those who settledon

th-, before recited act, shall be I making a particular reference to ever )has been given! and smaller hassle; ; refer to the price of land. the public lands after the cession -
fried in the same manner, and the : those laws, it might remove some than has been accorded in many in the States ; when it sells for the privilege of purChasing

4: form and manner of taking and i obscurity, and, obviate some<<: places, as a reference to the laws S12 per acre ten of that is derived at the minimum price for a period
; preparing such appeal, shall objections, to noice a misap'pr' providirg for the right of pre- from the improvement, because of four years. He thought this
;' be as valid and efiectual in law as hension of many gen:I"mt'l1 in regard empuon, will demonstrate. In Ohio land in its vacant state requires course was j impolitic, and that

...4.. if this act had never passed. io settlements on the public a g. ant of mis kind was made that sum to improve it. I do not this right of pre-emption ought
. 4. 5 Jttd'be it further enacted, 'lands It has been alleged that to the JUni ed brethren on iheMuskin hesitate to 'believe, that the land I to be restiic'.ed, because its practical
' ..r1 T .a n' ',' 1m .. ,ay cause the court : the existing laws forbid! settlements um ; and one million of in the state in which ihrse'settlers tendency was to encourage

; of < ,peal: 'shall npt be held at any : on the public lands, end u:. fb ,.fjerwards} given to Juhn C round it, was not worth more than the titruai'n of unathorised settlers

.1 tim; prescrioed by law, all causes denounce-heavy penalties against: Syt'ines,, upon condition, which the sum they are required ;o pay on our public lands. Those
regularly depending in Said court, all such intruders, who were located having failed, six hundred thou. by this law. Itis a sound principle settlers were in the ha\m\ of selecting

shsf stand continued upon the ., there without authority' ; 0 and sand acres I' were given to settlers in politics and ethics, that he wh:> the very best of the land, ,
? docket of said court of appeals some call them squ?\h'rs.. which, at he k(jvernment' price, with tluprevihge L- benefits! the public, is entitled to and of fixing themselves upon the
; until said court shall hold a session. so far as it is intended as either of entering 640 acres hU reward. That the country soil, and when afterward the lands

: descriptive derogatory, was en- by eachj, individual ; the saw has been greatly improved by the were exposed for sale, they say it
:S Passed December 9th, 1825.Ap'oved irely unjustifiable TneaeinhabitantN ri ht was extended, by law, to the labours of these: individuals, Cannot is unjust to eject us* we have

S zS-- __- December- --- -9th---,-1825.-- ate small planters, w hQ elands settlers oi Galliopolis, and in ihe be denied ; and what will be made improvements ; and they
: in the old States been District of Cincinnati.In .
navr I their reward if insist
\U l8 l.l\N ,\\ this law does iu/t upon having the best and
S _-- _, uxhausted by cultivation, and who I llhinoisby an act Congress S pass ? Their means of purchasing richest of the land at'the very
:. :House of Representatives.Tuesdayu animated with the laudable desire )puss"* ,>t f impioving their condition, and iad been: given by law, the rightof provtments of the country, and: For himself thought that this
f February 1826.
: The House bemg in Committee* ot the that of their rising families, have pre-emption was given, up to the high price of provisions ; and: was, a very questionable! policy ;
4 whole Air. Korsyth in the chair, (UI *A I encountered all the hardships 4)f February l 1813, of not less than the inevitable consequence will be, but if the, House were inclined!
S BiB! giving= the right of pre-emption, in penetrating to the borders u1"trH' 160 nor! more than 640 acres that they will be turned from their sustain it, he should make no op
; the purchase of lands,to certain settlers country, disregarding he difiiculties in Indiana, up to 1813, both subsequent houses, forced from their planta position.Mr. '
:- in'the TerratoryufFloruia. of the journey, and unapplied |io the hw of ] 807. In r tions the .
: (For MO bill see last paper.) either by the labors of Michigan, to 1804 with other in-, less by rapacity of the heart, Owen, of Alabama, observed -
4 Tnr bill having been read- speculator, with but an inconsiderable that this was "a propositionthat
the forestor the enemy in its bosom. culgenc'esto the settlers. In Mississippi S
: Mr. White, of Florida, said, if Any imputations upon ,!after great liberality in augmentation to the certainly' could not stand in
this were a subject introduced for Treasury, You cannot conceive, need of debate. It was riot at this
their motives donations '
or question as to granting prc-e:npt.ions
the first time the jr, the distress that it will occa: time of be whether
t> consideration their right, would be the strongest were allowed up to 1807, ar.d the sion. day to settled,
t \ of ..ngr *ss, ae, snould approach fortfathers They have on account of this Government will or will not
censure upon our own purchasers given to 1813 to pay he ,,
causes enumerated
it with some embarrassment, noi .who sought this continent,,p for the lands. In Missouri, Louis but moderate pursue the course of policy-to
S for the want of confidence in its influenced by the same praise. iana Sc: Arkansas, the same right lists means They cannot enter which the gentleman had alluded.It .
; justice, bu:, at tne introduction of worthy considerations A more were given to settlers. It is ma, who competition with those has already been ,adopted and
; 5' a new, system of policy in .he disposition respectable population is not to be mfest, sir, from a reference to 5 are attracted by their improvements long pursued. This very bill, after \
' S of the public lands, and found in any oT the States. If, these laws', that the system has labor in the result of toil and being last year sustained bolh
from a jelucUiice which every however, sir, there was a law of been adqp.tcd and continued almost 'which they had no participation by the Committee on the ,Public)
one must feel in proposing innovations the United States interdicting settlements uniformly; in all the States I and fur which they fcei Lands and by the Committee 'on
: : established law and 'u.It the lands Territories sympathy., Private Land Claims passed the
upon ,, public I : where there were : ,
% Mr. \V
# S ,, S S sage. This is, however; no new could plead, as an excuse for_theni, public Unas: and if it was inexpediently the could not, I In j justice to House. The policy was adopted
:# .., proposition in the legislation of the uniform legislation of Congress has it, not been arrested: ,subject, Dispense with the necessity -' long since, and the 'doctrine' advanced

the.c'.Iuntry-h is coeval with the rewarding its violaters and before now;'] AIL.that is solicited: informing, the House, by, the member from New-
: '. q, origin, of our Government, : was quote the old maxim,"communis for Floritla'is,what has. been granted how these things were nn aged. Ha.mpshire'mlght almost be:said,
4 0 practised, pieviously! by the Tor- error, fecit jus"-he,was fortunately "eltwere., This bill does not A sale of public lands is advertised to be now universally exploded.The .

"- mer sovereign in all the colonies I however, not reduced to provide ,the. same extent that, -ibe sharpers of the adjoining Donation lands to which the,if
S t.: -is identified with our legislative such; an nlter atve.., The, law others have ; ,j in Louisiana and States, strengthened by theuids gentleman had alluded, were given
3* S ..I .' li'utory, and"',has been pursued, dots, not prohibit such settlements, MississipI.thee rights were gi- of usurers alid banks, club together io, the former settlers In Florida
S. '. ?' wan unbroken continuity will would shew : their funds-Hack' to ,the country 1 ,on> a |
.' 5 and he that the act of Yenta. seitjers.for l! ten years. after I principle individual :right.'
::: ,; various* <*ut unessential modifications 1807, which 'was' considered theOba8i the,chan ;e of Government. The like vulturns! death's, pro;:I! If they had not.beenconferred: :' \

.., ,';:;: 4 from/the year" 1788 to : the of such exclusion, did not country I c' had the honor torepre- phelic knell, traverse all ',:!the : -this 'Government,: the settlers .

S S ,S preseut period. He "did not per- embracefthis of.settlers. J ', and I. sent, Surrendered> 'in 1821: ; roads made by tbC1ho est settlers' ; would 1 ,have obtained' a title bom>, '

'S. ceif& ny" iliibjj justify a deparlureTrom if it ,had, th law was 'practically! his bifil. : 'o ly,..:pr.evidcs, 'forfour survey .wholeHistrict' ; ta'ke'n 1 ,the Government. "under, :"whicMbef -
it, at this ,time, either repe'alcd. :hattact, which i& entitled I years ins end ,of ,icp ; in 'some 'oy'were )tt..s'I' of every ll-improve4 i ,45* formerly lived J ,it',:was, therefore i ..'
i : "fill'. cynJii-Ki: ')f the government "An act to prevent intrusions I ?hers the allowed 32'0 Sc'640 place, scetawhetrhere: : is only an act uf justice ',and ,ovit.of

I jo ; orol tIie.inliabztantsolo- on the public lands," pro acres of;land, and in most ins'.an- a spot endeared a 'planter' on liberality.! But tt on the'uestjo1
+.e \ accoufl? ? outs containing the bane, of policy he held an opinion drF -

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the' reverse -of that wbicli ntle. Mr Coq'k'i of IfliW 9,; was, .a.fp1to I I from tie Florida L<!% 1lct!'. the 12th January! ; 10J 'ft l1ir.e: Seb'.A1 *%W.Paeht.. .kWiVeW!'' : iNOIkInI.L -

been expressed by.the g addresstbe, HouscVvrhen .-' Territorial the .
had Be I Appointments*., quotatipnsofjie day, except ; .,!1t Two.. Friends* .BCUYJISchri ,
from New-Hampshire. ?. The 'Speaker itlwjt ed, that,'.as The toil prime lf which ,1I'still' .' S ,
i : following-is a .list of the appointmcnts parc. : -
SuuRbtirWW' true policy to there-was no opposition! to the i by the Governor, confirmed by coaaE4- a :.121. : ". ts1aEd rkiJ.. New.orJeaM( :

to tbote who Killed oirihefU bill, the' debate was consuming !the Legislative CounciL viz:*. t .1-i- : '- rMfIl 4 M r 11'- Cto: .,aV900"bb1J.N8riiPat.: : ,

the right of rre- Inption.It time to no purpose. : JJLAGHU.4 COUtfTY. :fCQWpN.--XJiiti! 'fl er l r. bales cotton by P. SobtSAiLED. 1\;' .' .

was their labour which gaveiue ; Whereupon the question was Abel G. Lopcr, "J there.was but little variation :in .'.. -

-o '-he lands ; without it taken upon ordering the bill to be Rueben Charles, t Justices of the the; cotton market from our last .24.-United States Trsatpott !

, I "thtsrYoutd have had non He"ordered I engrossed for a third reading, and Jacob Suneral, I Peace. week's quotations. The, Sales Schrs i- Florida- ,. Baker. Tampa Sa, .,;. '.-),.* -
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it wise to encourage deridid in the affirmative.SATUHDAY .. James; \vardsJ were principally at 11 to 12 cents. NOTT.- ----T. ,

?'o$e: *ho might with proprietybe Joshua Coffee, Surveyor.DUVAL. I I After the receipt, yesterday, of .; o ..

-ermcd the pioneers of a mor, .LP & JD lli I unfavorable! advices from New- Mary W. Barren ) ': -
8 ,.
It they Oi Vt- Attachment. _
was leans
dense population. I iJ..\Varrrn, -1 purchasers generally John W. Devenuu) "...
brauns the dangers and01icomiflg withdrew and it would be difficult
Furqujir Betliun
by Justices.
wno, MARCH 25th. 1826. ,
the difficulties of an ..... John Houston i I now lo give accurate quota- IN this case suit has been commenevd _
J : by attachment on half
one lot Na 190 'X .
.. unbilled country, openrd the) Veritc sans :.lr. i &SCAMBIA.Nicholas : I tibjis.Frtm. antI lot 70, which attachment "h./",*. ."..
he introduc'ion of capital ble to the Superior Court '
for : S. Parnunti. I I at the May --
way The length of the discussion r I .
of ... 'Fuh
and all the improvements House of 'Representatives of the United Andrew; P. S'ampso.., r.J flue I"e the Savannah Georgian March 7. ... -
existence. As to what Latftt from Europe- the arrival A Gordon
States which By '
civilized we promised tr our last, lin.o'hYTwitChrll: ; ,
the gentleman had said of their lu* necessarily prevented our giving Henry' Mtchrit *, ) 4ucftonaer, # favored(l"tfae &irij with;| Grand lurk, we have been ..IlttM"MVPlIzintil, '
even ad- such extracts from the (Con1'f"liol1al Liverpool papers of the Utban.i12th PensaeoU -
si Irctinir the best points, ; Gw1D SDEIV' |! of January containing London Hatch, 24 1826.4tf. k '
Proceeding by the last mailas
it to be trur, their number dstesuitiu: : -
Collin \V -
roittjn we otherwise should but ootrll, J : eveningof the 10th.It -
; we usr our .
vas comparatively few, and abundince best exertions to bring up arrearagps... ,, Jason Gregory, > Justices of ibeMtsrsVanen !.iclo.8 appears: at,last, that tile Grand Duke FOR SAl..E. UQTpHC _
land would sinl and not Constautine
best I.0 succeed
of the we almost entirely exclude editorial 'nat.te i; ; Peace. .:
l Alexundcr, tile latter subscriber, Rxecutor of the tut' .
columns having resigned
from his own : from and
be )Irft. But, experience ; cur we endeavorto Rub'tI'h.m4s j .
in favor of his brvther. The ofticial dSL- Will and Testament orFral'cisco l 1
been himself fill them with those articles most interesting .
as having to our readers Alexander Douglass, Surveyor. .account of Urn fact 1st stated in the Lon Tour V late of PensacHa dece &1. c-ffrrs ,

one of those pioneers,, he was disposed JACKSQA don]Courier t-oluvebteii received by for salt: the foil owing property belong ; :

to believe that the fact was' John B. Jackson the Bntisn Government so that there can ing to the Estate of the said dedrased: YZ .
trdn: Peat.-It may perhaps! be worthy Justice of Peace. beiiodoubtufjt. undivided half of '
of this. It wasrUt' TbS a Tract L&40 .
the very reverse of mention that this excellent but \V m. S. Mooring, Sheriff. The commercial ,
intelligence this containing .
if intelli- by E4LD E-
that new settlers, in market
( scarce vegetable appeared our arrival ii # -
> gloomy u. the All the
sele. ted those points which for the first time this season, on Saturday LEO*. letters extreme. T5t&
we have
gent, seen, state a decline of AlT -
last, the 18th March. D. B. Maconio, Judge cfC. Conn. -
initd mps. apT 1 tagt. for a ne" :*Il.per lb. in cotton several mil failures .<

?tiler ; bir, as they had to choose w Carey Nicholas, clerk do. do. had taken place. l ower loons I Situated North East of Bayou de1& ___ _

th. 'I. in such a situation only as The*TCational We have Journal of the 27th nit. Joan G R'jbesbn. > Justices were at work butone half the week, aid Trucha, on the bay of San Mary de t>al. fVez. _

IF .iild') admit of their sustaining the SAVS-O'report of Commodore reason to Porter's believe being that Edeian, your.' 5 their manufacturers cotton. in Glasgow were selling ., about twenty one miles, from the _
Previous orders for of Pensacola and
I Hati Auctioneer. City : aHOUSE
themselves till they could .i.akr about to enter the Mexican service is in. Charles purchase ot cotton, had beta counter .
c .
in improvement, correct." I H F. imrnou&; Cornmi.. oner. manded. '
fur her progress -
tin, wire not at liberty to range Ede, Vian Evuur, Jotury.NASSAU. ... & LOT I t _
Ry the attention of the Hon. 3. M. I
of of ion
whole body
thugt> ''he a n 10.--Jccesnon J the Grand
WUITF, we have received *a letter William Du!. Atctoiat in the City of Femacola, fronting oa V
public lar.ds, and: pkk out those Lewoljing *, Judge D/ to the throne vf Hustia.-
from of
the Secretary war transmitting \Ye Icii Akanit Street,aid Jot containing 52 feet. .
:>re at ta enabled
contained the to all
which coun court. !) remove
portions only information in relation the instructions y doubts the front by 80 feet deep and "known hi the_ .. 'r ;-
Thekfc settlers to the Commissioners for JamesG. biniin clerk do do. respecting successor ot his .
ft nile soil. given negolia1ting | ,
1)1> 5; late,imperial the Plan of the City as number 112 _
Majesty: Emperor Alex.
already with the Florida Indians" which Rigdu H, vn, The above will.be> sold '
tit re, Jr the most part Justices. ander. Official inttiiigeifCe has been received property ca. x&Sfc.. .
contains _
much interesting matter and .
drained of all the money they had, John Krh1ad.! ,S : this morning of the resignation cf credittiebaifof purchase money-
fronvwhich we shall endeavor hereafter I CorisUnline in to be paid in one year and the remaimief, r
Trea of
the his brother
into public Si
by payments to make such extracts our limits will Nicholas, uhu lu been in two yean, Payment-. be seemed '
Would gentlemen wish to permit. J. .M. Cox, Judge of coart. proclaimed Emperor wiith the -
sury. county at St. by :notes a mortgage on pre TflHsCs.
all tiei earnings ? ... __ PetersburgThe particu. '.'
: deprive hem of : j I AlexiSM I I F-5itr, lars of this remarkable and importantevent 45

In AI..bamal1f' proceeds of what The following private letter is of a Francib P. Fain, J Justices ofJ. we sIbfl1uo" for wan inatiencgJondont Desiderio Quina. ," '

character bO interesting to the public, .. -
paid into the Treasury was B. Laucasit-r. he Peace. Ceuriei '
they that should be > Per44-'z 17tfMai"'!h 1826-Ctf. ,t
we doing injustice to our .
of'sta. -
whole -
equal to the amount readers did we not take the liberty to if..4.S1ILsGjO/\ I .. '
pie commodities ) had hi'hcr- lay it before them. \Vm. M. Lof.ui I Ii i We H.idetstand, says 'he Philadelphia lJj j5 It'V Alt ). '
had ,Judge of county :\i D niocratic Press:: tnat Commodore Sorter .
lo been able to raise. They Copy of a let ter to the Editor dated ? Court. .ift determined, to enter into theMexican
literally been laboring for the Wasldngtou March 2nd 1826. $ from the subscriber 'OD'I
Masters Russ, clerk do. service. At our last advices he RUNAWAY %
Government, and the same state Dear Sir-I send you the copy of a Mor irr.fr Bright Sheriff \\us taking icave of ins friend, in Wush- last, a Negro Womaa,

of things existed in Florida.Mr. letter from the Secretary o* War, which ingtoi., pitpurator lo his leaving that fl
Cjllin M'Rae Coroner.
Cocke, of Tennessee, said manifests a de-sire, on the part ot the Government r city for Mexico, Witich he expects to do namedmIm W .

this occasion to 'do (that, which I have been John Brown, 1} in a few diys:-[Lontradicu-U] ) .f. .
th.\ his vote on urging by letters and personal application, Rubt. Russ, | Justices. of the '.. ',
'? uld be regulated by one consid- from the time of my arrival to the receipt t ol.in M'Uae. Peace. it:: about 20 years old, of a ITWMack -
> 28-The JnitedState's
boon to Indians from .'Iorldthe) will hang' Thumas Hull, I snip Joh Adorns, Captain Jesaee g1 made, Very likely dresses
to rxunrt a greater the'I erritory like an incubus Masters Russ J Wilkinson, tlropped down >esteriay \ .. :
.the stiles in Florida than had upon:u; they are permitted to remain. soIonA' frojn the NAvy Yard, and anchored off: very neat, and of a genteel appearatvce. f

,bet i. bestowed on those. in other The Committee on the Public Lands If AL TO 'I. Town Point. She is destined, we learnto J! Took with her several article of wearing- ---
Archibald Atde non the tiulf of iexico,and wili sail in all fine quality, made ib the
Stars, he should be upposed to were of opinion, that it would be improper Judge of apparel a .
tiiii -ck... trtu.k and some articles of
w BeaconYesterday small ,
lh bill if nohe should vote in to nuke any.donation of public lots county .court.Jo .
; to the city, until all the tile Uroad pennant of Commodore bed-ling. It thought she has been enticed "
couldbe private land art Barklrr, clerk do do. I
hit fhvor unless some reason ,
WAKUIAGTOH hoisted on pmba&ywhite
was away by some person
claims settled
were the public and private .
; Norman : '
given.Mr I law alter -cOuairtr# Coroner boird the John Adams. on wInch ..cc_. and will pass as frev. She was.assstedoffmylot 4
property separated by and
Whipple replied, that the that was dune and an exanull tlOn had Jancs: V -uguu. 1 Justices fitf ,i sion a salute was ured.-/fcr March 1 by two or more persons .

cxTnt of time during which this with a view to retain such as might; be, r-n.iiD, Seville. }a. tht.PC16re. .-.mJ-- -- -- -- =- _=r- --. late in the .night, and there b oa

i-iK1 of preemption was given toat'.Ht' useful for the public accommodation of R i McKmnon JLiverpool HYMEAEJIL.MARKlfcD ; doubt but she has, or will endeavor to ,., .

territories United States1 offices and ottic,rs ; the __ -i :! b. -,-!.. itusC.t); 'on the 15th get cfi' by water,-The above'ard J ,. .
in other was will
Ii will be paid t< who. apprehend ,
remainder they propose lo give ;o thc inst. by the Rev. Mr. A wen haul of the any person
-.-'tt than that now proposed. City. The course proposed appearedto P1tlJ Olf CO 'CU..' Catholic Church Mr: JULIAS LAVKU. to said negro and secure her in .

H ished to correct one miiconci me so just and proper, that, anxiousas -- ,. Miss 1U51TA' POSX.6n jail and a liberal reward for the know-her -. .

jj .ion of the gentleman from A- I was to procure such a grant to the Jan 11.h, 1826. : the 16th instant, by the same, Mr. ledge of the persons who assisted '

Jab.. a- It was true that the bill city 1 could not hazard tue urging A "Our cotivu market has be nvery PBAXCZS BOB to Madam P&tiim LAVACHE off. Masters of vessel !tc. are cautioned. .
her board. It is
I to probable
mtasurr, \\luch will be not receive on
brougut forward all the week and daughter of Mr.Thomas Yilleseca
tthe House heavy the ; -
hac been herself
reported hereafter with so much better prospectof aLl jof l'cnsa-olt, the above slave has disguised .,;
last session but the Chair- demand falls off. There have with man's apparel. -
a i'It. tiUCCc: I. -I------ .
& -
m-n of the Committee on the Pub- The failure: of the continuation of the been failures in Glasgow audl.ioc.hesttr _._ w1UJ--- "f j
Robert Carr Lane.
lie Lands and two other members Survey from the Appalachicola to t :e ,\ ; confide-no is 'tryl'w I fauhington (Uo'lUlaFellrg 27. I

of that committee were opposed Mississippi was not, as you will perceive, and, in addition, toe importers I The duty devolves upon us of announcing :Mobile, March 6th-3-2t.. I .
of Iiu- -
owii.g to a want'of confidence in to our re-idtr the death tnat .
tue -
inclined i force sals. ;# :
to the principles upon practicability of the work or lor want of fulpublic( servant the Honorable JOHN .
which it was ft-unded. As to the. a proper estimate Of its importance N- w Uplands, best, 8 1-id ; J'd : GAILLARD a member of the Senate NOTICE.intention 8'ffrr .
donation rights in / Florida,' the several l causes conspired to produce it.; 5 1 2 a 7 1 -4d. Many causes will of the U. States, from the State of .
: and the actual President for ;is my immediately_to in
Carolina -
also mistaken. It wak cpposed b> the enemies of Internal lend to depress prices for a time. '
gentleman was atit te 4 suit in the Superior Court
several occasional
I past (in absences -
Improvements in the States, on the The salt 700 to 800 years
are only
Commissioners were appuinted, ground of State Rights, and also bt the Vice-President) of that body. He or the Western histrict Florida, to be -

to whom the claims oi settlers who diu not wish to connect by thinrwt1i those bags per day. New boweds, lu expired at his lodgings in this city, yetertaya held at :Pensacolaon the first Monday of -

veie to be committed ; dtid, vheie the Ship Channel, and other any wnobelieved any quantity, would not bran little after 4 o'cockP. M. of May next,on a certain mortgage bearing A"-

their favor that the ofV more than 8\!." a con.plauit by uhlch'hehas been much date the 28th day of January 1824, given ",'
in wasiticnrnpVu' secretary
-the eoiience ar
afflicted of lute ears, ind of which the by Vte. Sebastian Pintado, by his Attor- : .
would order it to be accomplished, out of A Iti.er of the 12th January, alter f. j '
% if commissioners_ the for fat
th ugal: u.at the claims vould be this appropriation sesaion. The Houj,surveys of made at. mentioning the sale of 130 expccte.I.National Ititflligencer.DIKD chelet, for Securing the payment of two _

Govern- : Representatives odes, at 8 1-2d. in a postcnpt the 23d thousand dollars principal with the : ,
M.firmed by th- Spanish :seem to be so deeply impressed ,-On Thursday evening nte'r ,, : '.
rest due thereon the bound oI
: by :
property j
in:'ui, 11il") reported: in favor of with the importance of it, that 1 think says ;ult at Washillg1 cityUehry ForreitEsq. said of' the
Mortgage, one tract land on
the ; :
.It i'rea ia
them. Pre-emption rights went they mil pa:*:* a separate Bill, and lOt "\Ve regret to say that this the ury Department Escanibia River containing 2281 i arpenaone .* .
leave it to the uncertainty of a decision year of his age. &t Vt
is all have been
on a different ground. They were from quantity we able At St. Augustine on.l7th ult, Dr. !Samuel -- tract on tbe Escambia hiver coo- Oi '
trtment. For
to b*' given to persons: who had 1 should uny be Jip wilting to see it my take own either part, to sell-in fact, the state of the Robertson, a native of Rhode Island, taming 5000 arpens-one tract' on the ....$.". ;

sealed since the cession o'the coulee as 1 have: every confidence in the market is so miserable, lhat inertis and for a number of ytirs a resident ) .:P*if 9-

lerri.ory was openly known, ana intelligence aud impartiality of the Secretary nothing doing Some few balesate and practitioner of Medicine in North '" -

of W *r. An object of sucu to have been aUld C arolina.
who knew that the lands on whichth magnitude reported *l '

-y settled was public ;property. MaU-Hiuan cannot who escape Ha so the enlarged attention views of of a 8 l-4d, 10 which price we might Uicliunl n;Philadelphia Dale in the, 24th 70th tilt.year Commodore of his age. 4 ,-

Sci I, howevt r, as the Govern iue general interests of litis country. sub,int, if"e could sell, any At tier West, on the 14th ult Dr. .

nu .1 of me United States had 1 am &c. quantity at once, but we cannu Biddle, of the United States Naiy.I .

su: fit to grant such rigtus to Jos. Ai. White.Department dispose of more than 30 or 40' !'..1 I -. ,J 'f

O1rr'! St he should not oppose theirduingsoin bales at one period! i rida.'i. E-:.

the present instance.Mr. War Savannah Georgian.New 1l1Y1UVg b '
March la/ :
of 1826. < -
Scott, uf Missouri, Iud To the lion J. M WHIT, Orleans Papers, announce; : I

that\ if Miis were to be the aegtri- Sir-1 have received Uie two letters the receipt of Pans papers tOv\ he I ; .' :', .

mug of the pre-emptiun S'stl"lntit enclosed tome b/ you, (which are herewith 15tn of January, and Havre dates j ':t f.;

h! possible that the Committeeon 1 icturned and have the honor to accompany to the 17th- The cotton marketat :>..;; :

the Public Lands would not he this with a copy of a letter Have had declined a triflt-on I .

in faor of its adoption. But which the agent. 1 have, in directed regard to tb be the addressed runaway to the loih Alabama cotton t.uld at Tort oi: 1flS1Ll.. : .._..... ,.": :

when the right now to be givenwas slaves. 26 cents.COTTOtf.. __ _. ., .L I - .1 1 .. >' .'
Noah H Allen' ,'
compared with that wbic' U is hoped, that Gov. Ouval may report tNm iorkMarchl. ENibKEDilarch .t
the of the : .-There has been no by his dttorney :. ,
had been to others favorably on dispositions :. 4
alrcauy given -
Florida Indians to emigrate when measures material 1 variation in the market -. 20.-Schr. Elizabeth, Forsyth, Penwcola. March,15th 1826--3... t. .- ,
lu- saw no itrasoo why it ihouldhe be taken New Orleans : Cap 14000 four -
will fur their removal. I since our last report. The sales twenty "

refused to the settlers in Florida. i The quiet otiht country and the welfare amount to about 700 bales con pound shot 50 bbls. flour 3 bbls. ale for N01.'ICE.J"-.J", ,. ., _
In Missouri, the right of ot,that unfortunate people, unite in the U. S. Navy Yard
pre. 240 of Nf w Orleans .R: LL persons are hereby Notified, thai -
in 1800 and inakiiur,. it desirable to conclude such an sistingof at ,I Scbr. Maria FJdcrkin Orleans -4
emption originated I ,.New ,' _i 'I will apply at the next terra of' &
he did no' know a single instance arrangcment. 14) to |l4|, about 60.bale* of. ,Mp- Corgi* provisions to the U.S. CoaunissariL the Superior Court for tber Western Di* :. : --i. M
1 have the honor to be, &c. bile of 12 3-4 and the rernjihdr'Uplands Florida _
tnct to be olden on the first '.
where it had bren refused.! In .. ; ; _
in James Baibour at 12 to 15 cents, including j I 21,-Schr. Two Friends, Beanvals, Monday of May next j for,partition of'!two jI. 4

Michigan, in Mississippi and < a choice lot of 20 bales.&1'1'a, New-Orleans; Cmrignlxs if Cargo, Samull tracts of Land lying near the City"of P Kaacola :t:.':: Q _
of T fU<>
Arkansas, the right preemption and one of 25 bales partly stained Patterson, 9. P. Elaine* F. Pasquier one including Galrez spring and .; .<'. -
was extended to ten years, but APPOINTMENTS,' .and the llaster1.J the other including the large house effct* :-+r. _

this bill gives ,it /or 5 years only, at lit. :cents- Charleston March 6. J I 23-Briff Holland, Lfsliej ,Norfolk, ed by Col. Wm. fiing, each c..taimng,". .. '_
l Prctident and frith the advice f'
By by 800 Which -
Naval Stores tor the United States.:' arpens. said tracts of l loll .* -
and although it is admitted thatthey and content ftht Senate. COT TON".-A fttir business I ARRIVED.< owned by me; in fee simple, m tenADt: :_ .. HJ

made their settlements, contrary :Alexander Caldwell, Judge of the District has been doing in Uplands, principally common with the heirs and represents.tives .:;' f .
to the acts of 1604 and 1807, i ; Court for the Western District.. 'of within ihe, range of our rids I March. Baker 3&,'New:-U. 8.Jrleani.Transpott Schr. Flo- of said King. 'deceased.- ;. .. .. _

forbidding settlements on the public .Virginia. quotations, which are the tame as 22.-.Schr. Thorn Day St, Marks. ." ,Arthur P. ..Bayne'K:, .
David L. White Collector of the Cos-
laiKJj the honse had far ,
yI so last week although tome tales
; *
: torn at Apaiachicola;, Florida., CJ EAR D. I. byhia4Uorne //.:. .
; ,
tuperct dtd the :aw as to give preemption have been made as low aft 11, and .. : '. ,. ,.-*! _
Ambrose Crane, Survey or of the Reve. March 2i SchrJBcfalor Pk Ne1t.addU. Fclb'T2Sthl1!- .. '
who had ? t.. _
those '
to 13 cents.Saiiannah -
other AS high as .
nue at the'port of t. 1Iarb, Florida. I s ..
violated it, and there was no reason I March 8. Scbr. Iiab ;' JOB PKINTING. : 4. .
benjamin, W riitU; St te. Attorney t1 ,r'onythj Kew-Orlea: ,
dr&lvnc .should be : COiTON :"' Uprrodi.faatecliocd ,dr. __..... ,- ,
why a (or the Western District, flOrida. Cafrt,50bal cotton.bySteea & 8 a.et ; :r.. .-:, __:1.ae.e. : .
1ade.betwren .enl r..in one Ter.' i Adam- Gbrdotv &States'Attorney fo.r.:. still..more ia ,con8equefltrtccotmta f"j *4..fHf1CSJ, -' fww. C-fcli "Prt. Ti f t .. ... :; ..,;. .. ,......$ _

ritory ,and' those tin' anoth. ..r.' .. the Middle Putrid.of'Florid* J of Uit from .E>atul <.' )1; z..; br. tQDit. 'tj.o'Ct.. ... :. ,.. O :>o -. -

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: '. PROPOSALS i miscellaneous, department -will be ESlDS I SHERIFF'S SALE. PensacolaBQot0j.
: F \
1 ,
.devoted to entertainment of those ITf I *
:r ?or publishing, in Nashville,', Tennessee, who are fond of occasional relaxation ECEIVED per JJrig. Amos' Palmer I :C ounty .fauft' EtcujnbfaCounty' *: '" ,-JlM-MMMM2f, < $ *

Ei .. ;*.....,Weekly Paper.to be_ entitled, the.. '. 'from I more severe employment, by the Jtl> from New: York, and Harriet,,from 1n.Lqe'Wiliia5nsV1.) : :. .UST receiyed 'per Brig) St..Clajr >
; .t, -l\tionn.l1\nnner' perusal of tales, anecdotes, &cv Orleans, I adm'rofJ.H.Clup. I .J rect from Newark, arfd for saj ."
. ., : ; Suchis; brief outline of the objectsintended. deceased >fi. fa. c i
; a. TKirty eight Cost* and Bale? Dry Goods, li above,an additional assortment of
.: '' ."J1." .....: AND xZftorarj .to be accomplished by the publication -, )t- | ,J ted to the season, comprising 'vs. I f among'wbich re the following Bool

4" i<;' ..: Political &f Commercial Gazette. here proposed. It is meant to : Cambric,Prints, William King, J
.' .. 0 of magazineand Super this execution and the NEW AVORKS.
t ." 'f combine the advantages a I Common do. do. "virtue ol
{ '. -0 a newspaper. For the successful Callicoes: ; B proceedings had in this cause, I have Rothclan, a Romance of the English
f ] main of the French lug
141IJ1IE object proposed I
complisbment of this design, the publish Lawn taken the right of the defendant to the tones .
publication will be the develope"jncnt aid and ;
er will rely upon the promised assorted colours Stanhope's Letters on Creecc,'in
of the and Bpmbazette, 1323
resources, physical mental of 1\
., upited efforts of several gentlemen \ worked robes and 1824, with Documents on the (
of this 'oung hut thriving Mid important : Hosiery, elegant 'UO3S1 &iTorher irrtfc
and I
section of distinguished talents acquirements, lace ball dresses, Ii Revolution, and the life of MustaphlBuchanan's :
oar common country.-
as well as the editorial skill, experience -
Connected with this its upon I I Brown & bleached Shirting&sheeting I Aij,
object, as means and attainments of the individual ,
nnd its results! will be the diffusion bf i and Superfine do. do. : c of Palafox and Intendencia Strtets, Sketches of the North Arntt'

', intelligence of every description calculated to whom its benera1 uperintcndance will be confided.It i plaids.! Stripes, Indigo and furniture formerly occupied by Francisjl>asquier6t rican Indians, with a plan for their n :

to interest and benefit the community i: principal management exertions i iI checks, shirting, ticking &c. &c. now in the possession of Noah 11. Allen, liorat>on, .. .
., the vindication of our just reputation I is surely time that and 1 boxes boots'& shoes, fine & coarse, and shall proceed on Tuesday the 4th Theodoric, a Tale, and other Y't Poems by

the support of our right?, and the I wereTnade citizens by the of intelligent Tennessee, to public.vindicate trunks- Ladies' silk, Mohair, and Mo- !. day of April next, at 12 o'cluck, at the Thomas Campbell, *

;.: promotion of our interests, not only as spirited character of the Stste, #' rcccoshoes, % Court House, to sell at Public Auction for The Cook's Oracle, containing n Ctipts.
t. Americans' but as citizens of the west. the demonstrate literary the extent of her 4 i chiles& 5 hhds. crockery, china and j: cash, the right of this e'tendant to the for Plain Cookery, &c. ,,&c. &c. "

." The-paper will he, as it* name imports and to moral and physical resources.Nulhing .- glass ware, ': aforesaid Lot, to satisfy: .this writ and all Biography of the British Stage,bcing-rte '
t' '.eminently nationa! It will have no nar- mental but concentration 4', cases 2 trunks assorted Saddlery, cost thereon due. Lives of the principal Actors and Act
: .. row views! will be devoted to no party, I of effort. It wanting is hoped, therefore, that the 1Q cases super, fine, com'n &, wool hatS' \%Tm. Davison, tresses,

1., will encourage no prejudices. It will be I! of the object will furnish a t trunks fine cutlery, 'Sh'ff.E The History of Matthew aid, by the
t1: ._t designed at once for the gratification and I importance stimulus and that Tennessee cases 2 trunks ready made: clothing, Cy.Sheriff's author of VaJ riu, &c.
sutlicient ,
'improvement of the scholar; the' lover of with the humble 5 pipes old Cog. Brandy, Office, Hallam's View of Europe, during the
will no longer cu.nte,1t Pensacola, Dec. 5,1825. 41 lamts. '
.*cirncethe professional man, the farmer, to which she has hitherto 1\\ pipe one & pipe old Madeira wine, Middle Ages, .
% the merchant, the mechanic, the friend obscurity 1 100! sacks ground salt, .. The Spanish Daughter,
destined. Such a publication as u>p
of religion, the freemason, the: philanthropist been desideratum I 4 tons iron, assorted sizes JUST RECEIVED The Human Heart,
intended au important ,
: the the now 4J bundles steel, The
statesman, politician, conducted with zeal, no Highlanders, a Tale,
and may FOR SALE AT TIlE13sac(1ft
g and the 3, casks hoes, Scenes iu
the .
light reader.- Europe, Scenes injAmenca
doubt furnish facilities for the increase as ,
r .' Every effort will) be made to furnish something I well the display of our literary aill' 13:( qr. chests fresh tea, assorted, 1 Book.! Store, The Blank Hook ofa small Colleger,

,: ; at once nourishing and palatable ments.as The proposal is therefore _ruspectfully :2, boxes mustard, AN ADDITIONAL ASSORTMENT OF Living Plays, 4th) 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9t&
for these various tastes. 1bf'x': \ Cayeine pepper, and 10th volumes,
offered t public, with
;: A liberal portion of its columns will' be confidence ot adequate encouragement .>1 'liluls, Orleans sugar!: new crop, !I Blank Books,

I occupied by original articles on 'literature and support, 20j bbls. fresh.flum', I Playing Cards TOGE'l'ZER'1Vl7"H *

!; 0 and science, and the number, tal: 20i bagsIavaagreencotTee. j! Pal y's Works complete, in 5 vols.

.. .: ., ents axnd acquirements of the gentlemen Terms. ALS3 IN STQKE, Letter, paper, Rollins Ancient History, 8 vob.

who are pledged to contribute, are 70 ps. Ke/ltuLkr bagging, I' Penknives, &c. &c. Plutarch's Lives, 8 yols.Josephus's "
; sufficient for the TH NATIONAL BANKER is printed on a '
a guaranty respectability io ps. Scotch do. Works, 6 vols.
:1 and value ofthose articles. The'most large Superroyal sheet, with a small neat 12 P5 Tuw do. 01 W. Hasell iluct. Hamilton on Purgatives,

: interesting new works, which from ,time type, entirely new, uud procured ex- 70 coils bale npe, Pensacola, 19th Dec 1825. Armstrong on Typhus Fever,

.. to time may issue from the press, both in l)reb'iy i fur the pU pOS<':. It i is puulisheu: 25J pounds baling twine, Miner and Tully on Fevers.
this anti will be h Joa.x S. SIMPSON, at thrcedoiUr.su: Notice is Given
country Europe, noticed ) ? tons assorted castings, Hereby Orflla's Practical Chemistry, by Coxe
and criticised. The tituation and progress year, payable in advance, or four dollars 15 boxes oMciaret : Powel on Contracts ,
the! cad of the AdvertWmcnts i QTpH AT at the next Term of the Hon
of literary institutions at ?
_; our own: year. 4 i boxes old port, Morse's New Gazetteer,
. be strictly attended to, and, frequently will be inserted on the ustul terms. f :) bis. whiskey,
pointed out. The dhTusion rif learning, .. oJ 1 :.c lust nu '.ter of the LJA.sA'KHr.. lU( \Vood's accounts and vouchers and apply for Milton's orks 2 vols. Pocket
patent ploughs, gilt,
settlement of the Estate of Seth Fisher
schools acadetuies and received :iul ::u& bo seen at this oihoc
by common : cou y i /1
kegs ground paints, assorted colours, deceased. Thompson's Seasons, 1 vol. gilt,
legcs. established and patronised among \v.ie:-:- s .bacviptions will be thankfully t:!- 75 Beauties of
kegs; tar, Shakespeare, do.
,'I : .. curseves, will be especially regarded and ceived.__:F.JLETTERS .. ,a=erlc. Sides soal leather, Noah H. Allen, Campbell's Poems, do.

most zealously encouraged. Scientific --- ..Sides upper do. .If d m'n is/raor. Hervey's Meditations, do.

r. researches! into the geology and natural j: 01 1{ I Calves' Skins, Pensacola Feb. 17th 1 826.51.6t.pujtandOrnarnenttt1 : Pilgrims' Progress, do.
history of the western country, will claim I 8 loaf and Works
Administration on the jbbls lump sugar, Pope's 2 vol.O do.
: particular attention, while its topography (;nl. Jom Miller decease., 30' askets sweet oil, Trees, Lights & Shadows of Scottish Life, do.
nd statistics will be
: occasionally noticed.: having been granted tile subscriber by 2.i oxes assorted window gtass," .
} verY likewise connecte'd with ,
thing its .
the'Count Court for the County o' Ks- 45 regs cut na4J|
first settlements, rapid growth. and pre casks I The Sorrows of Werter, Vocal Standard
cambia all having demands against qr. Madeira, TenerifTe and Malaga tpmu ,
persons 'SYIDQ
sent condition, will be carefully sought t said estate are requested to present wine, for sale by m9 I Life of Franklin. Pa.ul and Virginia,
after and detailed.Reports William Tell
fully will the same immediately, and those inuebted L Stone & Nisbet. PROPRIETOR OF THE Gulliver's Travels, &c. &c.
( be furnished of the proceedings WHICH, -
desired to make ient to Lincean Botanic Garden
: : cf our highest courts of law, are pay December 10th 1825._ together with the stock heretofore oa

\ and of impurtant legal decisions; and W. Hasell Hunt, k WtfVlUE.L FLUSHING, LONG 181"101\, hand, composes a very extensive and general .,

, communications on medical: subjects; Administrator; qQFl.'ERS to the public, hi* very ex- assortment of books, and will be

with accounts extraordinary cases. ind l Pensacola, Jan 27, 1826-48-8w. :; persons indebted to the estate collection of the choicest sold at the New-York prices! for. cash.-
.. their modes of treatment, will be given. :I of James B. Starr deceased, are fr1 its, the selection of which has been Country Merchants and public or private

, The man of business will find, undert A. GOtUONittoJ'ney heresy requested to make immediate made with the greatest care during more I Libraries furnished on the most liberal
: >ur Ib*l'un: much that may be useful payment; and those having demands are than half century, and to which large recentadditions terms, and such books as are ordered anJ.

_t rind interesting to him. No pains will be | / & Counsellor Law. i\piested to I present! them at my office, have been made.: ate not on hand, will be procured with as

nparcd to procure the earliest, most minute i- 1fJ t AS resumed the practice of his pv .- duly 'proven, for adjustment. The assortment of ornamental little delay as possible. Orders from a

1 and accurate intelligence of Uie state ..U fession MI the several Courts of West I 'V m. Davison, ,"- trees, flowering shrubs and I distance will be as promptly attended to

:- of the markets both foreign and domestic: Florida. Any business confided to him, Extcutor &; 1 rt:? plants, is also very extensive.- I and meet with the same liberality.as &

. A correspondence will be opened and \\"receive his prompt and careful atten: TensacolH, Dec. 20th 1825438w. Also, of Bulbous flowers, which (:personal application. ,
: regularly maintained with New Orleans : tion. lie may be consulted at his olftce includes 620 varieties of Tulips, 380 ot \V. Hasell Hunt.

r and the- principal eastern cities, specially i in Pensacola. 1 j I ; Vciiff'sSuperior SaX Hyacinths, besides a great variety of other April 12th, 1825.

:- for,the purpose of procuring and January 27th, 1826. Court West Florida. species The green house departmenthas

:- furnishing i it} detail such intelligence as i also been greatly extended, and now e._
,4 may he important to the merchant and Tiios.TAwJ Comyns, Ex'r. oj1 i comprises above 1800 species, among

the farmer. The prices cf our staple productions JAMES COltN I LL. 1 CJlflJ1l8 deceased, j which are the most splendid and rare FOR SA4E.

. af.d of the piincipal articles of Late Editor of The Port-Gibson C Ir- rancivco, vs.. >fi. fa kinds! including 30 kinds of oranges, following very valuable property J

;i 0: importation, the extent of the demand, ret )ondezt," de fit. ..} UaJimilialloJ j lemons and citrons, 28 of the camellia situated in the City of Pensacola.and .

the rates exchange, &c. wil] be given to the citizens or atcht'? M12 V viitue (If this execution I have Japonica Japan rose, 200 of geraniums itp immediate vicinity, belonging to>
i with as much promptitude and PRESENTS taw 45 heaths and and Col. John R. Fenwick, offered
I t accuracy of Mississipj i, multllie ( .:J,xen the right; title and interest of green baeto[ for sale t
as pussible. A portion of the paper will influence oi such feelings, a'sshouM: tins defendant! to all the remainder of tea plants, olives, myrtles, cape jasmins, for terms, apply to the subscribeijtwho! i:;
IrJ be uniformly; devoted to the subject :agriculture appertain to an individual, seeking tu .vU. the &c. &c. In the collection about 10,000 his duly constituted agent and attorney

: : and the mechnic and manufacturer advancement trf his own interest aij );: grape vines ofthe finest European kinds I I in

- will be furnished with accounts, usefulness: to the community, |1,1'c',08t.. ..'qJ-r- Unsold Lai\A, for wine and the table, and above 500 varieties fact.,1 & 110t -
as full as can be obkJned, of the most to publish; the city of Natchez, a weekly i of the most beautiful roses, includ i ,

valuable improvements that may from I paper, to be cal t'd.I -!, : ,., ing 54 kinds of Chinese monthly roses, m.l15'I by the
in the
time to time be made in the :! "Casa Illanca tract" ofadjoining
productionsof I TimJlnd and 9 of the Moss rose. Also, 73 varieties most ;pleasantand
'4 the arts and in tl various species of i 4DC L !pm of the double dahlia. Th. new cata. desirable residence.. Ifnot soon sold,

J machinery. : at \\ 7.. J\e,, Sa.. c-r logues for 1825 are just published, and will be to rent,by the yearto an approved,

. _' The great efforts that arc making for Public .Idvertiicr to this City on the West, and may be obtained- //* of ,V. Hasell Hunt, tenant, together with some furniture.A .
s. the diffusion of moral and religious truth bounded on the south by' Pensacola Bay, and orders left with him, or forwarded Lot adjoining the South of

8 1d\'lC extension of the blessing:; of civilizttion I Upon an Imperial sheet, with new materials : and shiall proceed on Tuesday the 4th of per mail to the proprietor, will meet with Redding Street, at the corner end of

.r I will be carefully watched :1u<1: of the first quality, at the same price April next, at 12 o'clock, at the CourtHouse : prompt attention, and be shipped to any the public square. upper
their results made known. Without e 11. I and under similar regulations with other to sell at PUBLIC AUCTION' port designated.

ting into the disscntions of sectarian: I Imperial .papers published in the State.. for cash the defendant's right to 20 much November 18th, 182538tf.STaT111i. S \O a-r el\.S of: Lana

.. controversy, ('1' attempting to furnish:! the I The materials will probably arrive about of the(aforesaid tract of Land, as will pay ,

details missionary (nterprizeKa t ithfullrecord ) the lat of next month, :and the first number he &ujn of two hundred and twelve dol \ more or less, fronting St. Rosa. Sound,

I. : will be given of tjie most important : will!! appear immediate!} thereafter l lars T5, cents debt, and all cost then due and opposite to the City of Pensacola.near .

intelligence, '-especting theprogressof J. (;. has no enemies, and will not deaerv'c upon this writ. ON HAND AND FOR to the improvements of Judge
3 our holy relgion in every part of the I >> any. lIe has f Hen Is, and will serve I W. Davison TlIit Brackenridge ; situations like this are
: xrorld. them, when it can be done without a sacrifice Pensacola Bookstore, destined to become valuable as residences

V A corner will be occasionally devoted of propriety He knows no par t. S/s'fE&. County. Assortment faIn or the summer, as well as for the culti*,,
to an account of masonic ty ; if there be one, he does not belong Sierzfa Office, of Stationary consisting of vation of the Orange, &c.
proceedings! so to it. lie invests his all in this PensacolaDec. 1st, 1825..-10...lamts. /JTVUILLS, superior quality,
1 far as they may be deemed interesting to attempt I II vSia
d.11 Folio and Cap 800:
al with cheerfulness succeed paper Axpeus of Land
the craft of or
a.nd'orthy publication and ,
; Sealing Wax
fail, as he shall deserve. -i I S\\eriff's Sale.
j a'regular Register will furnished of the I I
lit had commenced a considerable Peg, Cork, Glass and Pocket Inkstands, more or less, about three miles north of
; officers from time to time elected
in the Superior[ Court West Red Ink
Powder Pensacola
Florida. and
forth the of
several setting grand and
throughout the lodges United States.grand chapters; of his determination: to be indeiaiigauie; John q James JiuurarityMillanl ) Japanned Sand Boxes, Paint Boxes, Symnessa, on which there is a comfortable

: and zealous vs. i.fi. fa. Red Tape, Indian Rubber; dwelling and outhouses
*Nor will political topics and the ; of his devotion to the public : and was occupied -
of the day be overlooked. A news weal, with all the customar} }:T errsnis tie la Carrera, j Lead and Slate Pencils. Crayons, some time sinceby Col. Walton-
summary of an editorial > Y !viituecf this execution and .the Camel's Hair do. there is an excellent: stream of
but water
wit! be given, in a condensed firm indeed I DEBUT has erased 1-) running -
o,; but as much.in detail the ihe .vhole, and means U.e samear.d more, proceedings had in this suit, I have Fe nci t Cases, through this tract of land, and it i is
.. limits ,
; .. of such a publication will permit as and bj' saying 1 WILL DO MY DUTY." I taken the right of this defendant tothe Indelible Ink, Drawing Paper & well timbered-there is not, perhaps, in .t
I as
t Bonnet Boards this
,_ much_so probably as the mass of readers Natchcz, February; 1825.? I vicinity a more eligible situation for
ALSO asawwilh
ina\\ deem important, of the prominent Mj llO1SLOT; Clothes
Hair I
::1n< Brushes
# occurrences in our ovn andlorcign .. :: : : ,
The proceedings of countries. and :Notice is* Hereby Given, I, Common Scissors, Razors, Sundry articles of household furniture.
of the State Legislatures will be noticed THAT at the next Term of the Jon ; grodi.d; % situated No. 296, on Government Superior Windsor Soap and Robert Mitchell
;. County Court, I will : street in this City, and shall Common Watch Keys. or- ,
and such as are. material and of general present the proceed Agent & Attoiney in fact
interest, minutely recorded. accounts and vouch r*ancJ apply for a final oil Tuesday the 4th of April nextat W. Hasell Hunt. for Cot John Fenwick.,

.. -1. \ It is not intended to engage in any of Levis settlement, deceased.of the- Estate of Isaac I the 12 same'clock at PUBLIC, at the Court JUCTIOJV House, to sel for Pensacola 15th Oct. 1825. Pensacola, 4th Jan. 1826.-4S-tf.
the little political I -
controversies of the '"
-.: '. times, nor to make this paper the vehicle! Sebastian Barrios, I hundrtd cash, to satisfy and three and pay dollars the sum 19 cents of three for NOTICE .- Lost sometime in June last,

uf-personal, however party, feeling.be_devoted It will to the ocrationally Administrator. debt d all costs then due on this writ. John de laRua, A iV ot
; fcupppftof what are deemed important &toiagci at St. Alai'ks7pHE W. Davison, vs. OOOR' the sum of two hundred dollars,
cardinal The heirs of Turner '
political ff
principles. It will signed bj"\\Villiam.
c. sometimes Sh'JfEs. Countg.Sfcriff' Loftin and Ceo.
discuss questions of'political < subscribers Stark, the heirs of .urnming, and
eco having erected a Office, payable to William B-
p. nom)".* It will Inculcate respect for our a federal and State constitutions, and HOUSE and'HA.TU K. Call, James Ram- 1824. All
a at St, Marks, will persons are hereby forewarned
', strict undeviating compliance! with their receive goods on consignment, for storage t--- NOTICE. age, and all others from trading for said notefor it is
.provisions. It will discountenance all or sale on commission. Tlit-h charge Tisy intention immediately to insti. concerned.' the property of the subscriber

Undue interference between the several will be moderate-.such as arc customar,, tut a suit, in the Superior Court of 'TOIIE above named John de la Rua will -' N. H. Mitchell]
.. departments of the government arfd aft and the strictest attention will be paid to the We""stern District of Florida, to
: unnecessary and dangerous collisions between the receiving and delivery of any goodsconsigned. ; held atl Pensacola on the first Monday De of nor Court, for the District Qf West Florida -46-3t. .
the Slates respectively and the to be holden at Pensacola
na. May ixkt, on a certain on the first
I- tlpn. \t will discourage N. U. AJarge assortment of Groceries date IMh bearing Monday of May next, for partition of
} sectionaljealouli.1 I September 1821 i a cel'i -
,. ;* :auld local p and Provisions ,by fain tract of land, lying
'" ie \t always kept on hand, for Charlei Beeler-to Charles Ivy, for and being to the 182'6.
: .- -. .strives* thus to cultivate a national spirit, sale on moderate terms for cash, Uie payment of 684 dollars principal securing -, east of Bayou Texar in Escambia Count -. : .

0 It t.f"iU boldly maintain the rights and zeal. John & Nath. Ilamlen.Rtference with HiVs interest due thereon. The land containing four hundred! arpentsmore
61i support the interests ,of the west. or less, commonly.lcnown the ,
bound ay said Mortgage consist of 320 I by nam'of : .... ..

t \ etfl 1 country he cjauns ofthe Itwill! west.endeavor, by.developing to point Messrs. Hyde and Merrett, arpens oftherhouthof, situate on Kscambia the North western side Gonzales part whereof tract-one owned undivided and possessed thirty.sIxth Just. Received and for- Sale

ou character of,this portion New Orleans. lliver, on a part in fee simple Jby the said -
.younger of which the John "
town of Beelcrsville la AT THEPerisdcola
St. Marks is
e the March 1st I826 laid L
FC confedercacv- and without IInr1p.- 2-4t. out. Rua, one half part of the, whole by the
: of thhg the rights ormeritsfthe said bei : Book Store.'Louisiana
". citizens John, Lee un Uref S.taik i, twelve thirty .
Valui er .ectj Di 'otthecoutry, it will Warehouse at St. :Mark",11iI Williams, sixths?)? the said heirs"of Jfj:$. Philips '

:, of otnjKecfloal rights'and'irierits of the t Attorney for el1ortgngee.PensLcob .- four thirty sixths by the said! It. tie Call, mIDiIB}

:k ,:.:. assert tjar3y, %nd intelligent sons of the subscriber has lately erected. near 3d Dec. 1825-41-2am4m, and one' thirty'sixth:; by 'the. said James &

,. .: brl!\t,;The immense importance: .of turn- : JL. the landing at St. Marks, a ,commodjojsknd. I Ramage as tenants in .common-and this !. MissiesfppiALMANAC ,'.

4. ... vest. ds, canals RTid: thet' branches of secure WAREHOUSE, where .I 'Deerskins and Bees wax. notices given/to all-concerned in'the: a-: FOE 1826.
: ;; he is prepared to receive foresaw!'
pikeaimprovemcntyiUbe Hluatrated tract of land
goods 'either
; .. highest pursuant to
market an act .
:'I rr nd enforced,j And : vr1 R'ort "will be forage or Commission :''.. ..' THE in ClUb",for price will b'e giVI ",J provide \be.partitipD of lands in ;iPrice-pergroee, < & 10:

, t 'I t&tve thg 1' at rw expcrimen sa Mark5DCC 2 ? t .; Jn. de ? S lg!f'9nc" "t S "' 'Jcu
tl Oth,18r27.-tf. ; la Rua. -
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