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: April 1, 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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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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PUPLISUZVZftY SlTCRDAT, shall and be lawful for outside of his indar and after the .
may the nVlight : passage of this act, I F The Senate then fJrocceded to the .

BY W. HAS ELL HUNT I Governor of this Territory, to appoint or the inclosure of his owfl't* I the county courts of Walton shall I j consideration of the bill authorixinc

and commission some 1Iutl.- master, he or they itaU.p.. -wjiipp be'held at the house of William ,. .te-opemn? and*repk>ng of the King's. .

Sots EDITOR AKD, PnopnirroH, ble person as collector, who shall .-dnot exceeding thirty stripes, Bafey on the west side of, the road in the Tmitorjr Fl ridL .*T _

publisher and tfthe the Territory Law* of the of Florida.Unitrd State give bond! with, sufficient security a*, the discretion ot any court, hay- Chocktawtiatchic ,river on the of. Mr-Headricks the following"report.called, for the..reading. ,; '
of ;
f Year 5 in the penalty of ten thousand ing competent Jurisdiction. head of AJaqua. Creek until otherwise .1 he committee on roads *nd''canals, to '

SITBSCBIFTIO Hair: year 3 dollars, to be approved by the Secretary I 6. Be it further enacted, That I provided for by law. whom were referred sundry document* I ...

Quarter year 1 50 of this Territory, conditioned whenever any complaint shall be i 2. Be further enacted, That relative to certain roads in the Territory
of Florida
for the faithful p rforlD. made to infofmanon on oath there shall be held ,report
"Single paper twelve and an half cents. or a county courtin That,by anact-rf Congress of the 28th

Subscriptions payable in advance. ance of his duties ; whose duty it before, any justice of :he peace, of the county of Washington, .on of February, 1824, the President wa authorized .

ADVBRTXSIKCJEvery advertisementof shall be, to repair to the aforesaid any offence being commi trd| by the fourth Mondays of A:>rilk November .. to cause,to be surveyed an
the width of one column and measuringnot port of K.eyVt"st, or to any or all any free person of color, or slaveor and Until the county ache marked, the route for a public road from

more than twelve lines of this type, other places necessary within this slaves within the county where shall have Been permanently establishes Cape PlthidatoSt. Augustine ; that this .
service was committed to Col 4Cl
first insertion one dollareach weekly and widerInt'S con Territory, which said person so such justice is empowered to act, said court shall hold its who, from the difficulties encountered in n,

tinuance fifty cents; longer and commissioned collector such shall sessions the house of WilliamM. '
at the same rate. Hule and figure appointed justice by warrant at its execution, was unable accomplish

work, double price for the first insertion. by virtue uf said appoint from under hi* hand cause surh L'jfiin, until otherwise provided it prior to the last session. of: Congress, '

Advertisements will be tastefully displayed ment, shall have power in the slave or slaves to be brougit be for. having progressed,the first season, no further ."

according to the nature of them, and name of the Governor of Florida, tote him, and give notice thereofin 3 And be it further enacted, 189 than miles the river abouttwo-thirdsoftliedis.St. Lucie, a distanceof

will be measured by matter of this sized for and on behalf of the Territoryof writing to any two or mere. of That so much of the act to desig. tance from St.; Augustine to tbe
When inserted at intervals, (that cape \ ..
type.a", not inserted every week,from the firstto Florida, to demand, receive and I I the nearest justices of the peace nate the times and places for and that, during the tut year,the surveywas

the last insertion) each insertion: will receipt fur, from any person so of said county, to associate. with holding county courts in the Territory finished. S

he charged as a new a vertscment.- having any =.money belonging tit I him on a particular. day, in said of Florida, approved 29th The report of Colonel Gadsden represents .
the south of St.
Amounts fur advertising payable alwayson this Territory and ev ry part notice specified: not exceeding' December 1824, as relates to the alluvial,country and formed by continual Augustineas en -

demand. and parcel thereof, and shall mllre.uve'r three Hays from the date of said holding county courts in the coun- croachments on the sea, and the whole -

QjT Liberal contracts will be made be invested with power to inspect notice, fur the trial of such free ty of Walton be, and the same is countty south of the Moschetto,as affordng -

with those who wish to advertise by the all accounts, papers, booksor >> person of colour ur slave or slaves, hen-fay repealed. but feeble allurements to an agricul.

year. records which shall, or may be ar.U the justices so assembled, Passed December 10th 1825. ttii al population ; the only soil fit for cultivation k'

g:::7 All communications to the attended Editor exhibited to him, by which can shall forthwith proceed to tbe Approved December 10th 182$. and inlets.The being on 5t-T the margins---- .. of* rivers --.. -
must be postpaid, or they will be I lrii ; T'nroeyonp
tne ultimate of
be ascertained the sum or sums so examination of witness or populationon
his convenience.An any .
to or not,as An act supplementary an act entitled"an the Atlantic border. .
due and aforesaid and : witnesses and other evidence if, 4 .
owing as act to alter and amend an act to The report alluded to authorizes the -

: \.A\W8 y1or1\%). I shall moreover have power finallyto any there bej,and in case toe offender regulate the Counties and establish opinion; that a road, to New Smyrna is 4

settle with all and every person shall be convicted any] County Courts in the Territory of Flori all that the present condition ufthe country ,

act to alter the time of holding' the or persons against whom this crime not capital, the saidjustices : da." south of St. Augustine requires ; and
Superior Court in Gadsden County. Be enacted by the Governorand that the improvement contemplated
Territory bhall have claim or or a majority of them shill give
tie it enacted by the Governorand any .I Legislative Council of the should commence at the St,.Mary's, cpnnectiner :
Legislative Council of the demand upon the account or in judgment for inflicting an' corporal Territory of Florida, Thai at the this road with the mail road from

the manner herein before expressed : punishment, not ejcteding Savannah to the Southern limits of.Geor-
Florida Thai so additional of the County
of two terms
Territory in any way which shall appearto thirty stripes, and also to give gla. This opinion is also strengthenedby
of the second section of an Courts for each to do
much county, information derived from other
said collector reasonable and judgment against the cner or sour-
act entitled an act to provide for probate business, that *wo or more ces. The route of the King's road is
just. owners of such slave or saves,
for holding terms of the Superior Justices being present" and assoiated preferred, which will require little
2. Be it further enacted That all costs and damages which shall
than for the repairs of old
Court in the counties of Alachua <' with said Judge, shall pro- more expense
'if any person against whom this appear to be done by saic slave or causeways and bridges." The distance >
court ceed road and business
and Gadsden, as requires a to county ,
Territory hath any claim, as is slaves ; Provided nevertheless, that is one hundred and fifty miles.

to be' held on the third Monday hereinbefore expressed, shall failto i in all cass! before the trial of such any law to the contrary notwith- This road,in the opinion of the .committee .

in April, in Gadsden County, be standing. is necessary and imp rt..Lnt. and
stave shall bejiven I
exhibit to such collector or slaves, notice
repealed, and the said court shallb upon 2. Be it further enacted That the estimate for it is eleven thousand
application, a fair account of all to the owner or .vmmrs of dollars.
held the third Monday in the said additional terms \of said
sums of money colUcted by any such slave or slaves of tie crime The':committee further report, that by
March in each and every year. county courts in each and every of the 3d of March last the of
act ,
such person, or shall refuse or neglect accused of, and the day of the an sum
Passed December 10th, 1825. shall be held at the times
trial. year, 12,000 was appropriated, for the pur-
to over to said collectorall
A. BELL \\IY, pay t hereinafter stated, that is to say. : pose opening .a road from Colerain in .
Council. such sums of money upon ap 7. Br it further enacted, That in Florida that .
of tbe
: President Legislative In the county of St John's on th Georgia, to Tampa Bay :
SAML. FRY, Cle.-k. plication, then it shall be lawful whenever iht' offence shall appearto second Monday in March and the labor,and expense of this road,from J '

Approved, December 10th, 1825. for such collector to commence be of a capital nature, the said the character of the intervening country,

WM.: P. DUVAL, sui: in any court having jurisdiction jStlc.shall commit: such free person first Monday in September ; In is found to be much greater than had
Duval county on the second, Mondays been that the sum hereto
Governor of the of Florida. thereof in this of color slave anticipated
Territory the
Territory, a- 01 or :>>
sufficient .
in June and January ; In fore appropriated will be to
gainst such and the Judge of the Superior Court of the .
any person ; Alachuu on the third Mondays make a road suitable-for the dry season
An act to establish a ferry over the river style of any such suit or suits district, wnose duty it shall be to in June county and January In oft! year; but for the necessary caupe*

Okelockony. shall be the Governor of Flori- .cause a jury of twelve free white ; ways and bridges,and for the completion S
Be it enacted (fie' Governorand Nassau c. on the fourth Mondays -
un.y of the road,a further sum of six thousand
da for the use of the Territory householders of said countyto .
Council of the in J-ne and January in dollars is ,
Legislative ; necessary.
plaintiff against A. B. defendant." $ at the court house of said
Territory of Florida, That Drury Mosquito county on the first The appropriations heretofore made,
3. Be it further enacted, That county, within ten days or as soon for the road from Pensacola to St Au.
Vickers ue, and he is hereby vested Mondays in July and January ; in i .
said collector shall of right, in a. thereafter as may be from the : gustine, will, it is believed, be sufficient
the of Monroe the first Mondays
with on
right and.powers
ny such cause, require bail to a- date of said commitment, and to'' county r for the opening and bridging that road,
establishing a ferry and'charged in August and February ; I with he exception of a bridge over the
ny amount which he" shall believe empannel a jury, and hear and de-
with the duty keeping the same in Leon county on the first Mon. St, Sebastian's river, in the neighborhood
probably due without oathor tt' mine agreeably to the evidence -
in repair, across the Okelotkony! : any days In June and January ; in of St. Augustine. The want of a bridgeat
affidavit justify his order for introduced !by the ,
at the place where the road leading parties. Gadsden County on the second this place, cuts off in a great degree,a'
,. bail. !8. And be it further enacted, free intercourse with the interior,and destroys -
from Tallahassee to the Georgiu Mondays in June and January
4. And be it further enacted, Tnat.henever such free person ; much oithe value of the road to
line crosses said river, and the in Escambia county on the third Pensacola. This bridge too, will be e. ['i
That all acts or parts of acts repugnant o) colour or slave or slaves, shall ,
said Drury Vickers shall continue Monday in May and first Mondayin quaUy important to tbe road south to
to tbe of this bej fund guilty by said the
provisions jury, and north to St. It is
in the enjoyment of the right of t August ; in Walton county Smyrna, Mary's.
act be and the same hereby judge of the shall thousand
are superior court estimated that five dollars will
said ferry, for and during the term on the second Mondays in June
repealed this act shall be in force proceed to pas sentence and be sufficient for that purpose.
ol Provided the said and November in the of
ten years ; ; county Wedneiday, March 1.
from and after its cause executinn to be done '
(passage. accordingly
Vickers shall so long keep the I Jackson the third Mondays in Mr. Eaton submitted the following resolution
Passed December 10th 1825. Provided
said fciry' in good repair. Approved December 10th 1825. ; ; always, that' July and January ; and in 'the :
a bare attempt to commit a rape Resolved, That the committee on the
2. Be it further enacted, Thatit -.- county \Vashington on the first -
shall be punished by death or JudiciarJ be instructed to inquire into theexpediency
shall be unlawful for any other An .act to amend an net to define crimes Mondays of July and November. of rI
uch the : establishing an Admiralty
person or persons to establish or and misdemeanors, ar.d to prescribe punishment as court 3. And be further enacted, Thatso Court at Key West, and for other pur.

_} et'p a ferry within two miles of punishments for the same. may direct ; all other capital i much of any law as requires I I poses .
Be it enacted by the Governor crimes shall be punished agre.abJr S
said ferry on the river Okelocko advertisement in any new paper
and Legislative Council of the to the penal laws of this Territory
ny, except it be for hiss her or to authorise said courts to lake House of
of Florida, Thai it shall law0 the Representatives.
Territory any contraryno
their own use, and no;. for thepurpKf' Jurisdiction of any application for Slit 1826-
Tuesday, February ,
be lawful for each and every per- | withstanding.
gathering toll. letters administration upon any moved -
Passed December 10th 1825, Mr. White of Florida to postpone
with crime
3. And be it further enacted, son, charged any high I Approved December 10th 1825.An intestate estate, or letters of probate all the orders of the day, in orderto

That it shall be the duty of the and misdemeanor, and who shall on any will, be and the same take up the bill for a survey of a route
be trial by jury, to challenge for a canal between the Atlantic and the
put upon .
aid: Drury Vickers, his heirs and act making an appropriation for the is hereby r.pealednd such notice
Gulf of Mexico. .
assigns, to keep at all times a good fifteen jurors, peremptorilyand repairing, of the buildings! at Fort St. may be given by posting at Mr. White said he would brieflv state

and sufficient flat or other craft of without assigning any cause: Marlw, and for other purposes. the court-house of tn.- count to the House his reasons for claiming

sufficient size, to cross a wagon and as many for good cause as can '(!e it enacted by the Governorand Approved December 10th 1825. their indulgence,before the important -

be shewn. Council the that their attentionwas
Legislative of question engrosseu
and team, and that he shall receive :
2. Be it further enacted, That Territory of Florida, That the disposed of. 1 he season was now
such toll as may be fixed by CO '\ w1s1oy .aL. far advanced, and unless the bill wasspj1iIy
the judges in this Territory shall: Governor: maKe all such repairs,
the county court of Leon County, ar passed, it would be impossiblethat
anl be subject j to the order of said I I give; instruction 10 the jury in as !to him shall seem necessary, IN THE SENATE. I the survey and estimates could be

couu, or future Legislative any case either civil or criminal, on the buildings at Fort St. Tuesday, February 21r, "826. made before the summer or fall months

Council of any this except in points of law, and Hshall Marks out of the fund which Mr. Hayne from the select committeeto ,when it would be too unpleasant and I

Territory.Tiissed be taken and considered error in may arise from the rent thereof, whom the subject was re'erred, reported hazardous for the engineers to execute S '
December 9th, 1B25. bill to establish uniform the work and if it until
a a
: system ; was postponed
Approved December 10th, 1825. any judge, who snail violate this and after such repairs he rest and .
of Bankruptcy.Mr. fall no repQrt could be made in time to
b, ction of this act. residue of the amount which has H. stated to the Senate that the be considered and acted upon at the next

An act to authorize the collection of certain 3. Be 'it further enacted, That accrued from the last year's rent, complicated details of the bill, as well as session of Congress. Mr. W. did not

I monies due to the Territory ot whenever shall be appropriated to the repairsof its magnitude, had necessarily occasioned wish to"be importunate ; but in a question

PIo.ida.'treas. any person or persons the road to the extent of three delay, on the part of the committee, of such magnitude, involving considerations .
\\ it is renresented te, j.iall be convicud of any of the Fort in presenting it. It had been the lead of political and commercial

this present Legislative i ounci, crimes and misdemeanors set forth miles, commencing at said ing object of the committee to devise a importance, so intimately connected with .

that considerable of in the above recited art, and discretionary St. Marks leading to the city of system which would afford efficient pro die trade, security and defence of the nation ;

; sums moneylire punishments have bten 1'a I I a h ass e e. tection to the rights of creditors, as well he trusted the Bouse'would indulge .

due and owing lo this Tern 2. And be It further enacted, as to extend its provisions to unfortunate him with the passage,at this time,.of the ..
the shall be th ,
to sane,
tory, fur and on account_ of sales debtors. This had been the cardinal object bill, having! for. its object the proc re"I. I
That the Governor is further
wrecked properly sold at K.tyWest duty of the jury that condemns, to au in their eye. The committee did not ment of information in which every sec. :

in this Territory and S xercise such discretionary p'ow- th rised to appoint a commissioner I feel themselves authorized to indulge tion of the continent has so deep an interest I
to superilitend'and carry into this If he ould that if Would
ers, and affix the punishments a- speculation on important subjectOn suppose
whereas some doubts are entertained to the provisions of said effect the provisions of the-fprego- the contrary they had oteeded! produce any discussion, he would not

as to the proper means of grreably ing section, said commissioner" to' with great caution, and bad taken for I press it, but believing\that .tvery gentleman ...

demanding and recovering the act. of their guide the se.verallaw. which had had given so much conaidtrationTtothe
same, for remedy thereof, 4. Be it further enacted That have 'such compensation been reported- different times, in the 1 subject,as would justify their voting
much of said act as gives and ihe aforesaid funds, as the Cover- two*'houses of Congress, and the acts pf 1 directly ,upon it, he; trusted the orders of
Be it enacted the Governor so .
by nor may deem equitable and just. the .British Parliament, particularlythe 'the' day wouU be postponed, and that '.
and &gilativc Council of the vests in the court, any discretionary Passed. December 10th 1825. last, which had shed a flood of light on the House would resolve itself into a .

Territory of Florida, Thai ii shall power3'to inflict fines.or otlter Approved December 10th 1825. the 'JUbj ct'orwhich the committee had. committee of the whole.for its conaidera'e, .

be the duty of the .Treasurer of punish:-'nl', be, and the same ishrreby availed themselves. The committee had\tion. ISI :.
thrs act to commence considered iftheirduty to.subnu*,it tr'I "He_.was authorized b, the kin in ul-
this Territory to repair lo Key repealed ; An act to alter and change the holding 'J
1 to the .
the Senate whether of not; in a system pence of the, gentleman .'
\est or to any or all'utht placesrbsary and be in, force from anti; of County Courts in the County. ot which related chiefly to the commercial S floor, to'call up thaslubJect, on account .:

': within 'this Territory, after the first day of March nexi Walton ) and fur other purposes. interestr be, expedient to' connect ; fits importance'& immediate necessity.
enacedr That lie it enacted, by the Governorand with It. bankruptcy "The was then takdi -on :the' .
fur the cuilrclton of the said ..mott'l. 5. Be it further a system .voluntary question
. and it.tLi' said Treasurer if Any free person of color, orslave Legislative Council_ of ,the to i include all other classes of the I postponement of'all the other order of .,.

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late The commissioners the time cf the'nactment 0}that, law, to .17 Congress for: thirtf yearfr and be' :given 'by this law Mr.y..
) the
White war
motion of Ir. during
then resolved house,itself on into committee of the I provided under this act, by an extraordinary interdict settlements' on the public lands ? when 'you.'reach the most exposedand laid that he had attempted. yet

.whole, Mr.Stevenson ofVa. in the chair. construction of its meaning, decided No sir, neither that law, nor any otherto frontier country'of all your I terday to prove that the U&U&4
. ; would require no evidence be found in the Statute Book of the illS time States would 'make IutI
The bill having been read that they I new Territories, say to IHitevfe.the .
will the statementof ,
States justify
Mr. White said he was tot sensible of allegiance ; but would wait un- United stop. Weave told, however, that, j refusal to pass this law;-whilst.

the obligation' to the house for its indulgence til the record of conviction for treasoh the gentleman.1818,1t'h law ai.d one in contemplation I this deserving class of inhabitant
its attention. should be exhibited against any of these In the act same provisions by a passed, I
:He had, to intended trespass to long have on his views settlers. It turned out, that not only had are incorporated,':anu-Jfo,. same permission 80,000 acres are 'already who have cut roads, constPlCc'eii'
r 1 given of these claimants been in British 'given. That t.e'iufel in one year The donations bridges and felled the foresjt
f At length on the bill but as he was admonished some given. up
;t /, by'the friendly disposition manifested service, but that one of them had which'actually and in Tore wjth or it'which expiredT has,he been'o Iy subsequently law _then- to 1819, when the treaty was con. I would be placed at the mercy of j

towards it, that any remarks of tnmmanaea the expedition and enacted, to provide for granting cluded, were only eighteen in class of speculators, who are so
Michillimftckinao, hqgletin : I
took Fort
., his tance would seemed be useless to be so and well an understood its impor a flood of Indians on our Territory.In .- permits! emigrants settling on,thc pub. I number, as will be seen by the reports -< well disciplined in the arts of their

Illinois similar had tic I lindi. Every citizen, looking to the : of the Commissioners and.I profession, and so familiar
by the committee, he would only express Missouri and ... grants_ himselfjustm'ol : ; with
the hop that it might be passed without been made.- Some- bye years ago-, a- &irca--- j. bijtoryofour:.legislation. feeling_ 1 I do'not believe that the land, if the distress they have occasioned
ettabhshed ana "
amendment.Mr. ty bad been negotiated with the Cherokees by of prohibition precedents, could sold, would pay for the surveying. that the people have as little.hope
ceded to them in t.labsence any
Webster said that no doubt ought by which lands were territo. setany where on the public lands he The other class in contemplation, of compassion as from an InquisU
of the a
the the west Mississippi;
exist in the mind of as to on
to anyone
t I extent to which this survey was autho- 1 as was presumed, beyond the reach of thought ,proper; without incut-ring theiin'p'q.ati in Escambla county, where the tor, or mrrcy from a Shylock.It .

I rized. The phraseology of the bill was settlement, as it had been beyond the n ot trespassing or the penalties greatest number reside, is of the isimpossibletoprevent.com! I

rather obscure, and might not be construed reach of surveys. When the Indians, tinder of.mtmsion. 1816 same chara ter. Those further binations at those sales. No mat
of act ,
to embrace a survey of water as i this treaty, went to take possession From the expiration East valuable but admitting ler what the demand is to
is find of the lands, they fO1ndether settlers in the year 1817, to the present time, are more ; a certain
land. object
veil as harbors at each great end of the route, upon them ; and, at the very last Con- there has been no law interdicting settlements that the whole was good extent it has and will be't'on- .

proper as it is to be a ship canal. T he bill seems gress,an act had passed, giving preemption on the public lands of the United land, and add to it that proposedto tinued. By passing this law, the

f ; rather to confine it to the land, south ot rights to the individuals who had States. be embraced by this bill, and | individuals who are embraced by

fit. Mary's. He presumed the committee been found there. By another treaty, a One of the great objects of the in the act tim-of1807p how will it compare :with the i tit (and their numbers have been
had the public
& on-roads and canals had examined the tract of land west of the Mississippi preservation
in Ohio ? This ) will be .
600,000 rxaggerated
the Indians in exchange ber, was provided for another and acres greatly secure
and beengivento
were s on
ently. tlafitd.
this subject'-suf point. He had no desire, in making for a tract on the east of that river. 1 leland better mode .n 1817. He alluded to the however, is not to be consideredas and the government have a

these suggestions,to delay the bill for a ceded to the Indians in this instance, law authorizing' the Secretary of the Navy purely donation : By the regulations fair equivalent for the land In the

single moment. was situated in the Territory of Arkansas. U reserve certain districts, which and ordinances of the state they found it-when you

: Mr. Hemphlll of Pa. thought the committee When the Indians went into Arkansas to might, in the estimation of the Executive Spanish authorities, in force in take in connexion the increased --
settle found the lands settled by \e useful for timber. With this e-
the they
would be of opinion,
words.were sufficiently comprehensive. I .persons, to the number, he believed, of nactnent, and the final adjustment Florida, every persoo' who settledin value. of the land around thrir settlements

Mr TatnaH of G1. thought that some I two or three thousand, who were deter of luitl' claims in Louisiana, terminated these provinces, and inhabitedand in consequence of the fa-

misapprehension might arise as to the I mined not to surrender their lands. the I law and its necessity, under which cultivated the land for a particular cilities they have created to get
.. of the I During the I last winter,a delegation of Indians the gentleman has considered it 'properto
exact import of the phraseology number of years, was entitled to them, and the comforts and
Government citizens for Whose
the denominate
had hither to induce the
should embrace not
.bilL The survey to a gratuitous concession conveniences they afford to new
beneft intended intru-
the law
river but to remove those trespassers.It was as -
; only the south of St. Miry's '
0, the river itself.! lie thought that the insertion had been urged also-that as we had ders 1: and trespassers,"appellations from that government ; and by emigrants. Whenever improvements

of the word rlver"'would set all given pre-emption rights and donationsin whic neither the law,nor the character the treaty between Spain and the : are found to be valuable,

doubts rest. Arkansas, and also in Louisiana, we uf tht$ inhabitants, would authorize as ap-.. United States the latter cove the company of speculators,

Mr. White said, he concurred with the are therefore to give a sanction to other prop iaie or descriptive. nanted to confitm all titles to the through their foreman notify the
honorable from Georgia, in settlers overrun the public lands in T gentleman says we have gone far
gentleman extent that would have been farmer whose means of purchasing
call made tune *h it is time to Sir, he oughtto
not limiting a work of such great national Florida. A was some ; ; stop.
\ importance to l particular points ; and since by a gentleman from Florida, for h e been here thirty years ago, when confirmed under the Spanish go- has-been exhausted in the improvement

he considered the bill sufficiently explicit I information, which produced a correspondence you vere voting away such extensive vernment. The actual occupationunder of the country, and in

and definite to authorize a survey of; from the General Land Officefrom donations: to the State he represents; tnat government has always purchasing every article at four

the St. Mary's, river and harbor, and which it appeared that,in consequence of his arguments might have been more been considered as constitutingan times its present price that unless
-wuu.u..n..1-.. to onv amendment the many donations and pre-emption forcible then than now but how does
that that gentleman would propose, uu* 1)d.." i'-- 1..1.. .0..1,1 not bp surveyed the account stand ? Ohio has gotten all inchoate right, or equitabletitle he will pay so much to the company -

for the delay that might be occasionedin and sold. Uja& ie could ask, and it is time to stop ; to be perfected in the same they will bid for the land a-

sending it back to the Senate. lie This bill proposes ,Jo give to every "1 the;vslem is a bad one-" Is this con. manner that such titles would gjinst him. In this way the hones

", hoped that the amendment would be settler the right of obtaining his lands sistel t with the equality and propriety have beeR under the : planter is obliged to compromise .
witlulrawK.'as his object had already been let their' value be what it will!, let them be that pbuld characterize the legislationof Spanish go
attained in phraseology, although not as cotton or sugar lands.! This holds out an tlU} great nation ? Ohio has been vernment. Upon; this principle and perhaps pay them as

particular it might be, yet sufficiently encouragementto all who hear of this sat lsfi eI., and it is time stop. The gen. the United States have adjusted : much as the government, or be

definite, as *'aa remarked by the gentleman act oflegislation, to go on the new lands tlcman'has attempted to explain how all the equitable, as well as legal bacrificed. .

from Virg nia. and settle. These settlers have hitherto tnesej grants were made to the State of.. claims, up to the change of go- It is to prevent this, Sir, that
Mr. Tatna.ll then withdrew his amend. tood in the of
oar -annoyed Ohio
way surveys |; .ml, however ingenious he
may Such this bill is intended to
vernment. were the laws (land reward
ment. our posts; and will, encouraged, throw be, ahdis capable of being, h. the ex-
On motion of Mr. Draytonof S. C. the a clog in the way of the whole of our planatioi, he cannot separate it from' for Missouri, Mississippi, a J theenterprize of your adventurous *

,. committee then rose and reported the land system. the pre nt bill One million of acres of Louisiana. The pre-emption laws citizens; who have encoun-

bill ; which was ordered to be engrossed The land system, which i is admirable in land wasgivcn to John CrSymmes, upon have originatedfrom considerations tered all the perils and difficulties

b and read a third time.-to.day. itself willif v. e proceed with Urn legislation certain auditions ; they were not complied entirely different. I have of a settlement in thai country.
I The bill was then read a third time and be virtually broken dO'\.n.-\Ve iwih ; the land reverted to the United -
. shown in the remarks consideration has
I had he Another great
PAUD know not what is on where thereare
yo'.n; Stxtes, and by law, 600,000 acres
Wednesday, Feb. 22Freerntion no-surveya and no settlers. If we were ''giien to purchasers at the government honor to offer in explanation of force in recommending the passage

7Z/g7/r,.-The act givingthe pass this hill, no one can know the extent '!prce. Yes, Sir. by a law of Congressj the objects of the Bill on yesterday of this bill.-Florida is your

right: of pre-empti-m in the purchase of the grant, cr of the consequences ; aid the gentleman attempts to what was granted 10 Illinois, most exposed frontier, having an
ol tandsto certain settlers in the Territory which will result from it, until these
i i that
explain by saying, they were
pur- Indiana
Micnigan, Missouri extensive sea coast. It is, there
of Florid, was read a third time ; consequences slull I become so importantas chasers inder Symmes ; does this consti- ,
.1: and on the quest5on of its passage- to interfere with the operations of the tute equitable or legal claim on the Mississippi and Louisiana. The- fore, t ha policy o! the governmentto

I : Mr. Vmton of Ohio said, that when this government ; and then it wilt be too lateto Unite,! States Whatever might have gentleman says there are no recent have as dense a population as

q bill yesterday before a committee of correct the evil. The whole country been thur demands on the original grantee instances, and that it ought to be possible, and every advisable

the whole, indisposition had: prevented between the Pacific and the Mississippi the' assuredly had none on our go- btopped. 111 Arkansas, I think mt'ans should be adopted for that
him from offering remarks: in relationto must be settled by the government and vermneit.
any ; ; and this act in favor of Ohio,
it so late as the 1823 or 4,.Congress object. Should the tands fall into
of year
it. lie was of opinion that the bill is great importance where all the was a; bounty of six hundred thousandacres

_ul ought not to pass! t'rom'the experience public wealth is in land, that the settle. Ito then, (n the same terms that passed an act giving preemption the hands of speculators, or large

.' he had bad since he was a member of the raent of the country should be regulatedand this bill proposes, to give one or two to all the settlers embraced planters, who will quarter their

committee, he was satisfied the House controlled by law. If we permit hundred to the settlers in Florida.- in a treaty with the Choc- negroes near your borders and
must break down its legislation on this settlements of this kind to be made, they ll '!
tuJu "mleman could have
will gt .. been taws,any where in that Territory.- coasts; the consequence will be
} subject, or this policy would breik with our Indain relation/ !
'D f down the land system. The land policy It is not from any particular hostility tothis here,; and by the power of his arguments Cherokees, I am informed b) the equally injurious to the population .

I. not only embraced the actual sale of bill,that he had made this remark. If prevented the passage of Honorable ften.leman from Ar- of the Territory and\ the security -

.' lands 1 but the regulation and settlement i the House intended to proceed on this. that law, he would have laved kansas-and in lieu of pre-emp- of the country. For these

i,i ... of lands. Donation and pre-emption systemthe present bill ought to pass; I more! to the government than will tions granted by an act of Ii 14. reasons, Sir, and those I had .tho
il t tights originated in different causes, but if the House concurred with him in :be saved .
by preventing the I thank the gentleman for the in to submit I
the pas nonor on yesterday,
I 9o-nc of which are complicated, and reqmre propriety checking it, it would be
Uf legislativeinterference. There is, ; right to reject this bill. If we go on sage ;of 'his. Bulls this _all that formation but it does not alter my trust the bill may pass

.' toever, a class of donation and pre- he would ask why the trespassers: of has: been: granted to Ohio ? Sir, argument. It is to show that this The question was then taken,

emotion rights, which unless checked, 1824, in the States of Indiana and Ohio, 1 have'I taken a note of all the lawswhich Hfuse have recently legislated and the bill was PASSED and sent

would lead to the consequences! which do HOt stand on the same ground with have been passed on this upon the subject and the extension to the Senate for concurrence.
he feared. Many of these, like those in the trespassers in Michigan and Florida ?
the bill before the house, have reference Tne house must be prepared to grant subject tt and 1 find in that catalogue that we contend' for has been Thursday Ft-bitiary 23,

to individuals wh are merely trespassers equal privileges to all. By the passing a gram to the" Un >i-d granted to Arkansas. The gentleman The hpeaker laid before the House ft

on the public lands ; and who ot this bill, it'yoa throw open the gates Briirjreih" in Ouio! on the Mus- is equally mistaken in sup communication from the Secretary of the

,: cone without any grounds of justice, to and admit any more trespassers, the con kingum ; a grant to the French posing that tim law will cover all Treasury transmitting sundry document
in relation land claims in
-ask tne house to give them sanction a.nd sequence must be, that the present! land settlers at Gatliopolis I find, also the lands. 'to ttst.l-'lorida.
; good "I The Indianswere i which was referred to the committee ou
\ privilege. No man has a right to take system will be broken down.
a grant to settlers in the land I removed in : Public Lands.
fall of 1824.
possession of the public property in this Mr. White, of Florida, said, after the
'WarIt was a violation! of the great principle explanation which had been given of the : District Cincinnati.. How much This bill extends the right of pre I Wednesday JITarch 1.

on which the right of property principle and policy on which the bill. h..s been given to this favoured fers-nee in purchasing the 1st I On motion of'Ir.: White, it was
It had been yesterday, now under consideration founded Siateilfy all this I Resolved, That the committee 01om-
: res lt. argued was munificent legis. of January, 1825. It would be
that we are bound to do this for Florida and no amendment having: been proposed I: have I merce be instructed to inquire into the
httio9, not taken the trouble'to most surprising if could of
many expediency erecting Houses at
in committee of
because we have adopted the policy in the whole, he could not
I estimate ; but since Ohio has have inhabited and cultivated"the the mouth of St. Johns and ApalachicolaRivers
This his instead such I
other States. in opinion, have anticipated; formidable opposition -
,. of being an argument in favor of on its final passage! and particularly: :. received all that she can get* and lands occupied by them until florida., or at St Marks, in the territory of

the meaiUre, was rattier an argnment a- from the gentleman from Ohio. He has is now rich and powerful, it is October or November 1824, be-

V' .4 gatnst it. It evince s a power which is alreudy said it was time to break down the .y*. time to stop ;" we have gone far fore the 1st January 1825. Besides communication The Speaker from laid before the House a
of the
injurious and which will be- tern and denounced the Secretary
; soon all who are intendedto
I cot'ie too powerful to be resibted: All be embraced by tins: bill, as enough. Sir, this logic may suit Sir, if that were the fact, I Treasury transmitting a report of the director -
trespasserson { mat gentleman but it would sound of'.!he mint of the results of the
t lhcountry which remains to be settled tne Public Lands; aal has also: asserted contend that the government of ,
t will thus be brought into the same situation that their improvements cover all the must ungraciously in the ears of' me United States have no equitable assays of foreign coin during the year
and the land will by this good lands of the those! have 1825 ; which was referred to the committee -
ii system Territory. He dented the honor to represent or moral right to more than .
be either trammelled broken that oo Way Means, and orderedto
h me&ns or either the
oi propositions were cor and it
; would have been he linds are worth in their unin- be
t r owJ. He thought the house would be rect. The inhabitants, whose rights were printed ; from which the. following
of opinion that we Irul gone far enough, mtendtM to be secured by the passage of some ,years ago, most unwelcomeintelligence ;proved state. IS an extract:

I ji: t.r.c\ because we had sanctioned former this bill, were not trespissew: The act to those he now re The I Foreign Void Cam-.-From the Assay-
ti trespassers, would not go on to extend of 1807, entitieil An act to prevent intrusions presents. The gentl man hits gentleman has attempted era report it appears tlwt the gold coins
theao evils.II" upon the Public Lands" was told us of the abuses which have I to give an estimate of the lands, ot Great Britain and Portugal contain 22

was of opinion that some of the passed: shortly after Louisiana was surrenJered been in and their value ; let him look to parts of fine gold in 24-thoss of. France
practised and
prece.lents which gentlemen had yesterday to the United State There Michigan i the returns ot the sales of uniu- 21 .161)arts of fine gold in 24 parts-and

brought forward, were by no means were: at'that time, numerous 'unlocated Louisiana, under similar laws tome i proved lands in the vicinity oi inose of Spain 20 7-8 parts of line gold 111
aiulagous to this case. The instances of claims, derived from tin; French andS one under consideration. If: 24 parts.
John Sieves the such have the Seat of Government ; it did Standard >Old of the United States
Symmes and Moravian |>auh; Governments! founded on permits existed, it i is tife misfortune
-, Brethren, had been cited as precedents ,requests and floating concessions. of ;he Government and not average two dollars) per acre contains 22 parts fine in 24 parts and

I\ There was no analogy between these cases That act was intended to prevent the. its It does w the immediate neighborhood of the eagle ot t.en'doJlars, contains, as by
>>n ,' the Moravian Brethren, which was for the and at the same time to authorize. of the system itself, and is no argument gold, which :is at the rate of 100 cents:
what lands
purpose of extending tin* blessings of the President of the United States to against its propriety. If are worth tor 27 gr..iQhercof, or 88 8-9 cents per

Christianity, could not ue made anaous: preserve, by force,if necessary, not only he had read this bill, however, *n the woods. It is proper, bow- pennyweight. According to the present
to the cases of trespassers, who came the do-min: as this Government acquired with his accustomed ;ver, to remark, that there wen' assay, theicibre, the inrioJicalue of the
there unlawfully to settle on the public it, in the Treaty with France, but also, to would have iher causes, whien, In some measure -, goltl coins of Great Britain and Portugal
Ian-is. There could be no kind vi analogy invest bun witu discretionary to lie not anticipated anjsuch this will be 100 cents for 27 grains thereover8iJ
power produced result. If,
between the two cases. The claim of prevent these locations of claimmany results as he has deprecated, 8.9 cents per pennyweight; that of
John Clcves Sytnues .also differed from of which were considered i invalid, ami in in regard to the obstructions of hen> Sir, the lands on whichjhesr I the gold coiiu of France, 100 cent>> for

this case, and rested on a basis of equit). the hands of those who did not intend to I the survey'' settlers live, are worth more at 2755-100 grains thereof or 87 12-100

t It was a case in which the parties claiming .. become citizens of the United States ; i this time, from whatis it derived ? : cents pennyweight; and that of the

relief lid held under contract with the pretext for locating which, ini;.;ht.:. This law cannot create any suclr i'jieir own labour : "nd. is it just, I god! coins of Spain, 100 cents for 28
I: Symmes, nd they could not, in justice kayo led to serious disturbances in the 'Inchn e ieDce. It proposes tq that :h2 shouKi i i4.100 grain* thereof or 84 54-100 cent .
L ;. fee considered as trespassers on the pub- condition that country was in at that time. give .to each settler a : per pennyweight.
1' lic lands. There was no case in the State Anotbe? consideration, whit t I inducedthe offend quarter section appropriate the labors' of its own : By a:)ctui annual assay9 made of the

of Ohio jo which trespassers: had received passage; of that jaw, was the preservation at a spedficd price, to citizens to fill its coffers ? Sir, it i aforesaid coins durmg tnejast ten years

countenance yet it'Wo1 yesterday of the public timber on the lands: of be bounded by sectional lines, if. would be making slaves of the it lus been ascertained th.tt the gold

argued tiiat this: j provision had already the United States.It thf surveys are completed ; if not, nost deserving of our population.If f coins of. Great Britain are uniformly of
been extended to other of the the intrinsic value with those ot" the-
be same
every part never was either the intention or to bounded in the same, way land is I
worth dollar and
l country. of the Government of the United policy when :,thy shalt be completed' one : United states, that the gold coins: of Portugal
A few wonla on the effects of this sys. States to prohibit settlements their and ira this all 4 quarter or two dollars, in the I approach this value so very nearly
Vacant the difficulties
tern J his policy extending donations lands; on the contrary, they have way, woods, and it costs tendollars to in the general result, that they may bu
and pre-emption ftghts to it in regard to the surveys are obiiate4 clear it is it fair honest .: considered of the Rime vtanJinl: -lh-t
trespasser, I encouraged by a long continued sys. or magnanimous
had been adopted by Michigan three tern of both tIle avenge! intrinsic value of the goMcoins
or legislation, before and after to lake front: the set
four years ago, when a bill passed uiCou- the act, to which alone, the gentleman. Sir, !|l do not ask J for the People tIer, encouraged to locale himself France, is 87 27-100 cents per I
gress, giving those rights to .settlers in must refer, in pronouncing! them tres. I I penny weigit: ,unl that of the gold COUHof !
Mackinac previous to 1812, it they rendered passers. By the provision* of that act, represent more than has liven there by 'YfJUr lawi, more than the Spain, 8* 2L100 cent per peiwyweight. i

obedience and submission! to life the Register of the Land Office was authorised conceded I elsewhere and it U (liffi- value of the land in its unlu rov. .

laws the United 5ta es. It was known, to grant permits settlements I I cult for me to perceive the force I ed condition? Look then to tht 'oreigji 5i7vrrCoi'n,.-From the Ass Y-

Jhat among these people, there were persons to every American Citizen who sliou'q' or propriety of adopting an unin- sales in the woods in thai country ei's report, it app ars,that the crown'i. t-
w'jo iiu-l been attaciieJ to ihe JJrit- I for lhat France contain 10 ounces 18 peveight }
apply privilege. Does this look lerrupjep\ byateiiT, continued and
and have thf estimate 1':
you ana of line silver in
!. the ritish \ *, 13: grains
lib tutere&t*, an' to serrice, I like an intention of the Government, "at uniform .
I I. ) sanctioncdby'nearly: eve- very near to ih sum proposed ounces I ttul the ve(tans: peaccuutaL:


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jO nance*,'16 penny weiglHs,1 12 .Jgnlns could wndersUnd the Gentleman from lot I
Ah far called the d
< was ,
I !
silver in 12 ounces, and the Spa Virginia instead ing, thus .realises the ingenioussystern" The -Corporation of PenjicolS
of fine -exculpation, of in. .. ..
jb, dollars 10 ounces, 15 pennyweigllt\ culpation.Mr. liK. of hutaamty : an'd his name, by Pythago'rasT und in the owns a number of lots, .borderie "

1 8 trains" of fine siherin ounces. .. Mercer replied. 'tJertainly not. bright to this day, shall be honorthe traditions of the Indian Philosophers. >> the, canal flowing' east and .
Standard silver of the United States. 'JJut it was not his practice so 'speak of. ed to end of ages. I He must have, been apprised t.b'enortb" of the city as wetjat .
contains 10 ounces, 14 pennyweight* 4 any person in terms crimination, on'the During the lapse of half a t..nturf that this invariable orderof or. those lots ; rna'ny
fine silver in 1? a. are contiguous
5-13 Drains unsancttoned'authority of rumour.Mr. .
when difficulties of
anti the dollar contains. as' by law established Forsyth. lie understood, theft, even the transformation manifests itself Anight t betarned into an experimental '
416 grains of standard silver, that it was intended to thcttlpate 'the individual utmon, extent clouded the Aurora ia'the. phenomehas of the vegeta establishment for agriculture '

vhich is at the rate of 116 5.13 cents ner mentioned tn Ihrt Viewr he of our Independence, institutions ble kingdom, when the plant absorbs and offered gratis (I mea .

ounce. According to the present assay, I had objection to the resolution. He of the most benevolent kind have the carbon of an infectious free from rent and _
therefore, the intrinsic value of the ; knew the gentleman who was implicated marked our political phasis ; they ambiant air ; when lt aspires from number oT taxes during a
will be 11771-100 I years) to a
crowns of France and was sure he wished for Investigation, have been like person ca
cents per ounce-that of the five franc The resolution was agreed to. monuments erected the earth a nourishinghmpness, pable oTmanaging it, in conformity

-,eicef, U6 63-100 cents per ounce-and I. -... .. 00_ to commemorate the existence of when its vagrant roots, avoiding ,; with the principles above enumeraied '

that of the Spanish milled dollars 116 the benefactors of humanitv, f who I the obstacle which oppose their ; and if the -Scavenger _

S3.IOO cents per ounce. tpm &WlbJla\ have lived amongst us. Now to extension, abandon their primi. i Cart is renewed ihe contract
From the average weight of the afore- ...... what is
aid siher coins,ascertained. by numerous : narnelunly- most' present. tive direction and go afar in : should be given to that p 'rsia. '
trials$ at the mint, with the result of a seer SATURDAY APRIL. 1st, 1826. to our imagination, cannot we say search of the kind of sustenance On condition that this minua- _

t's ot assays thereof, made during the Venlc that the) artificial Potosis, which which they are in want of ; when tore farm should contain all ihe

'last ten year, the following may be con sansfieur.- carries down the treasures of Erieto its stem bends or rises, to obtain staple articles of our climate &such

ft iercd as their ordinary of the intrinsic value, County- Courl.-Our- readers= the! mouth uf ihe Hudson, is for. the light which an opaque body as curb, .rice, cotton, sugar-ca' '
\iz that French crown,
fetrrallv 109; cents, 1 will: ; that of the five franc will perceive, by reference to one ever coupled with the name of intercepted ; when those plants of and tobacco, in proportion to the

lccs. 93 ct.-uts:2: mills : and that of the of the Laws of Florida, publishedon CLINTON. Can we not orerell a different sex, obeying the laws ground ; that the esiabliament be

Tt bpani&h milled dollar, 100 cents 4 mills. the firs page of this paper, that the light-fioutes of heaven of attraction, unite and become open on fixed days and the manager .. ,_

Samuel Moore. that the additional :erm 'of the horn whic'u we snould expect observa fruitful, or, as it were a prey to obliged to explain and demon

The Speaker laid: before the House the County Court for prcbate business, ions and discoveries, that : antipathies, refuse all kind of con itrate his theory, on the improvements

following message from the President of in Escambia County, are to be'1 may unbounuedly( enlarge our ce- : nexion, or only produce individuals by him introduced into the
the Un ted S'.ates : lesL cal! and mrteorologic.nl know. oi degenerate cast. cultivation of those
held on the third Monday in May articles : besides -
To the Stnutc of thy und Uitittd house of States.Representatives and the first Monday in August : ledge* will become .synoiimous i To complete,. theory, he must the horticultural branches '

with ihe name of J. Q. ADAMS, ; have examined the external and ;hat he should have
I communicate to Congress! a letter and that at said terms, Road and able to
from the becrttary: of War, togvi-irr with County business may be transacted ; to whom millions of individuals internal structure uf the trees and attend to. -

presentation from Col. Uiooke, relating two or. more Justices b eing : ill thereby I be indebted for life, pUnis ; .,observed the functions of This article may appear long, -

to the Florida present, and condition which I recommend of the Intluiu present and associated with the ( u 'greater number for comfort, toe roots, of the stems, branches perhaps fastidious to superficial .

to the J. favourable consideration of ConJolin Judges. by ac( uirtd certainty in thr operation's and leaves ; that of the vessels rf'aderit is submitted to those /.

Lr\.''s. oi their avocations. Those which carry the sap and also of who know that the most solid '

Quincy Adams. There are some features of the two men), placed upon a vast the- the vessels proper : he must have richness of a Country rests essen.

Washington March 1, 1826. act which we publish to day "To alrr have, anssrered the. call of ,, itudied the action of air, of light, tially upon its Territorial-produce, --

Department of Ifar 3AV6 amend an act to define crimes and I heaven, by utilising the focjhies I of heat and of water, upon those their opinion will be satisfactory.

14, 1826. 5 misdemeanors &c. which we I I they had received from it : are i organized bodies ; and have ac Many may say that trials have

To the President of the United States- think require a passing notice. The those whom hazard has placed' i quired _vane nations concerning. been made knd all attended with
have honor to enclose
1 tue
SIR : upon a nrt rower stage dispensed j tile formation of the twenty or failure. I am aware that failure
iivicwiihan extract ofa letter from Col. first is contained in the second
Urooke, ot Florida, to Col. Gibson, of this- section, which piovides "that the from contributing to the go'odf:I more immediate materials ,ol the cal generally been the result ; but
nton the present suffering condition olthr Judges in this Territory shall theIr tellow! cuigcns, however few vegetables and have kOl)*n their I am equally aware that those

Fior.da Indians. The coirespond- instruction to the jury in in number, who entrust them with modifications at the s, veral epochs trials have been made without
give no ,
with the Department for some time interest ? let of He should have
once their conscience vegetation. principles, without theory
either civil criminal
case or
confirms Jhe truth ot Col. any
time past, solve the question.In considered that those materialsare grounded on the lights of truth !
Ifrooke'fi statement ; and it was in consequence except in points of law"-tllls we
of'these representations that partial I think is a vei y injudicious innova- at! few days a new Board of only different combinations of therefore the failure was a matter

reiietvas authorized by \ ')U from the tion established and Aldermen will be elected it this hydrogen, carbon, oxigcn and of course. The wisdom of thegreatco.ordonatoroftheUniverse

contingencies of the Indian -Department.Jieing in our upon humble an _highly! sa-, City ; whoever they may be, it occasionally ayote ; that the vegetables J

convinced that the coui.iTV to cuatom.It opinion be public good animates them, theyare I which they form, grow in has not permitted that man shouldbe
cannot expected ,
Indians have: IS lu'ary
\vluUithote emigrated
i invited to consider seriously appropriating to themselves those born where he cannot provide
nut suited either in soil or salubrity to that juries composed entirely -
which is here elementary substances which they for himself the first have been
their preservation, instructions were of well informed and judicious the idea preiented I ; may
some weeks ago forwarded to Governor I : can always be had to them.It extract from air, water and ma- wanting in ability, as men have

Duval, to ascertain! their dispositions in and it persons is of great aid to an intelligent is known by every-body that nure. He should have determined been for ages uninformed as to
rejrardto; a remO\al to lands west of the every agricultural nl rprlze made the proportions of each of the best mode of worshipping-**
is accedeto jcjror in endeavoring to con
Mi'sbippiIt hoped they may those in each of the the revelation
inhabited principles, shall

within the formerly came ; we
meanwhile however and oftentimes range I
the proposi'i n ; vince his more ignorant,
humanity: demands that they should be prejudiced and obsti- in West Florida, that is, not immediate material, and tried to doubt. the extent of its effects!

kept from starving. They are whtre associate to be supported beyond ten miles around Pensacola account how formed, by comparing P.
they" arc by our seeking, and their country nate, has failed so that ruin and the time at which it devel- -
; J)
of the Judge de- c.1 C-- -
was exchanged as is usually the case, by the opinion have been the only resultsof opes itself, and the influence then
by treaty, doubties-, with an ignorance livered in a clear and luminous from the Baltimore Jlm'criccn.We .
exercised the
It is also on vegetable by
tin their part of the nature of that to such we have been accustomed those enternrizes. know not whether the rrd-
charge as
which they consented to emigrate, and to listen to with plea- well known, that though the population light, heat and the state of the air posi'ion of our chief magistrate,

erroneous infoi mation on ours, as to its We believe the people of of this place has always and soil, the tWo great receptacles. to send deputies to Panama, will
fitness. sure. been small the cultivation of He must know how the vegetables .
gardens the sanction of the Senate.
1 respectfully recommend that the subjectof this district will not be pleasedwith
how the
failed be beneficialfor respire, decomposethe
to )
never i But it seems plain to that
the suffering of these people be This section ; the provision very us, .
; air which them either
referred to tire Congress! that such relief of which is in-apropos those who followed the path of surroum if our government decline, Eng, ,
may be afforded, as, in the wisdom of pecuniary under experience, .hough even blind that by aspiring or exhaling some land stands ready to place herself '
that body may seem proper. a country newly organized experience has been. oxi en >;> how water yields to tbem at the head, of the South American -
Connecting subject of the removalof our forms of Government, where been beneficial sometimes is oxigen aad some-
Why have the latter I and
those Indians with that ot their immediate the jurors are selected from a I times its air circulates Republics. to exercise *
and the former ruinous ? hrtrugen-huw -
relief: 1 would suggest that the mixed population some of whomare that controlling agency which belongs
of ) be with he urbains more informationthan in their trar.heahow the United States I
pum g5uU)0 appropriated a in : had to i in the
View to tJu h. a great degree unacquainted the, rural inhabitants of the they preserve a portion of internal deliberations and the resolutions

lames Barbour. with the nature of the duties I country ? they were not of a dif- heat during winter ; even their a- I of that Congress. The case is
of to consultof
a Jury, on retiring
\\'}{.cn was referred to the committee on their verdict. fcren', class ; neither, it may be natomical organization niust have now reduced to this alternative, .
ll1 iani..iri. und ordered: to be printed. ever had been unfolded to him* as well as that '
permitted to presume England or the United States
Thursday Jllarch 2.Mr.Storrs Another equally unfortunate the action of different soil .
the the
of of is received : he least theory on must take the lead, and if we do
New-Yoi, from the com- provision this act that contained that .
rttittee on Naval flairs, nude a report in the fifth section, which important, difficult and complexart upon idea organization.The of-a earth voluntarily surrender this opportunity

&i\eri' to the location of a navy-yard at requires that free person of color of agriculture. Disdaining e- primitive is it may not again occur for .
l.hnrleston,South-Carolina,! and a navy who be found firelight yen to practice strenuously on a exploded ; the word earth i& nolungt"r I centuries if ever. To refuse to
yard on the St. Mrymer, Georgia; may hunting by expressive of what is call-
scale the little experience listen to invitation of
outside of their closures large an this cha-- _
,.hich WLt referred to the committee of
ed element the existence of f
the who'c.' shall be whipped not exceeding acquired in their small gardens, I : an ; racter, will extinguish every bril-! J'

I he: following resokitron offered yesfnday thirty stripes-this we consider and to look for more' information, nine substances, very different Han' prospect afforded by an intercourse

I, l Ii v Mr. Mercer, Virginia was taken ul direct variance with the eighth they sat under the fig tree, bytthe froiD eacn other, >et each of hem with our sister republics
up.Roved. celestial fell not them. containing ail the properties which it will be
article of the amendents to the : manta upon to proclaim thatwe
That the Secretary of constitute an earth, has been, de-
must have been want neither their '
Constitution which that Agriculture friendship
ctiUbf directed to lay before this provides do .
ii'MM. any information which his departr. 'cruel and unusual punishments .I studied and must be taught by an ruoimrated. Vegetables not nor their commerce. Such a

nt may supply[ respecting the number shL-fc' not be inflicted" and we hesitate intelligent and active being, who, grow in any one of those nine i slight will .be remembered:, and

:..iul, ultimate disposition made of certain not to say, that did we holda I feeling a thirst for dipping into kinds of earth, when pure, except : remembered to our disadvantage,
.ifr.caii captive: *, seized in the harbuur in silex means of
commission as Justice of the the nature, the properties and the pulverulent by hereafter.
(.f IVnsaco| on board the vessels Con-
: and heat. Facts have
of water light
co-relations of the productions i 111" ,
ttlltJUIIbrmo: and Louisa: : and es. Peace, a judgement this
the earthobserves and divides the proved that when a soil contains! advices from Gibraltar to
jjimliy the depuration of Richard: J I provision of thelaw should never ,
3.aster,rcfcpectini the origin ana character : disgrace our court. 'primary causes ; who, endowed a too great portion of alumina, the 1st Jan. it is ascertained that .

ol. the title of the Spanish claimant tothose L with that patient curiosity which tinged by any metallic! cud, it 213sailofwesselslargeandsmallofall ,

.Aflicant.Jr. tlercerbtated. that the object of CO l.. 1.1 XIC'rl"X.. : seeks for facts, with that enlightened should be divided by lime :, that if nations) were .totally

this resolution was to obtjin evidence rationality which co-ordains the alumina contains callarcous lost or much.damaged in |he hurricanes

'.:a a Irmoria.lnow> before the House. For the Ptnsacdu Gazette. them imagines the methods and particles in a small quantity only' in' the early part of De

The toiloM mg resolution, offered yes- Agriculture. edifies Upon them the means of sand should be added as the di cember. Many vessels. that rode

*rUany Mr. Mercer, ofVa. was taken When a uauon passes from one : succes .It is not enough to be I vider. Must not we conclude out- the gale, lost boats, bulwarks. ,

1j'. ..lit! agreed: to. form of government under diferent pleased with the elegant form of I that if the very reverse is hit spars, &c. Only ten or twelve
Jtuor J That the committee
ippresion! of the Slave Trade on be auUuued one, the principal object is : the numerous vegetables which invite : case, that is, if consistence is persons peri5 .ed.-Itfem.: .

if necessary to the discharge of hot, that new men should rule, I under their hospitable foliage, I I wanted, if the soil is too light, -z -4

ttieii: duty, to fteiul tot prrsoms and pa but that new institutions should I to be flattered with the odour of compactly or firmness of body Prices of_Cottoti; __

pers.Mr. I b. come the source of the socialHappiness. : the flowers which ornament the should& be imparted by mixing a M bile, )Iarch 2J ,10 11; ,
!Mercer stated that no cost would surface of the earth aaiibficd with portion of alumina with it ? But Wilmington N.C. 1alh 10 toll ct.i;
-tu-iid; the adoption of this reholution. I this conclusion however rationaland Geo : 11th 9 IIi
in fruits Augusta
When a where the ofxthe repleat-
government savour ;
Mr Fonyth, ol (;a. believed, according I New York 11th 12 13,
to the practiced the House, authority' rotation of power is established, : ed with ,the nourishing substance conformable to analogy, is not CharlestonS.C. 13th :11 12

MO litver given tu committees to send new men are called to be the cgcndii of the gramen or of the solanuii sufficient to insure success ; the New Orleans 16 ]011 ,

l"r persons and papers, unless some public of good order, security and i tuberosum the great object is mixture must b! trird as to proportion Pensacola 10 lOf.r .
dificer was suspected of being guilty season and mode of application .
of ---
an increase of social happiness, I the re-production those articles -- -
"t u crime the United Stated .
against .
" -Inthiscay on -
Jlouse. of Kepresentatives'' If it was any only that new hands should drive will fail, if some one has endi must be proved and demonstrated evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Maen-

ciieire of a comnu.n description which the political car, but that flew moral not occupied himself i'.h the secret by experiment, the success haut, AMBROSE A. GIRO to"Iii" SvsaixA

'-u c.arjcdtlie courts of justice were combinations be used _to enlarge I movements of nature'; of that ot which alone ought to rule in all C.1IlDtDA RIKHA, all of Pens cola.
(''ptt: ana utic sufficient fur all the pur- mailers of fact. Manure and irrigation -
the sphere of rational enjoy- movement which modifies all bodies -
posts oi u-drcss. lie hoped the -
gen.ttiian remain examined
from Virginia would have no ob- ments ; every rwlrn whatever be creates all substances arid to be

jmiou to state, whether ant public olfir his title, aims at leaving behind combines their element in a regular : -our professor must teach the :

<-, had: been guilty oi any malfeasance to him marks that he once exisied ; order ; movements which art of turning to account every .Sllll'I

justify' the adoption oi this ITl OtutJon.lr. and whether it is the hand, of gratiiude soon alter and destroy their own II detritus, every refuse of all! sub-
.\ )Mticer in reply, said a tew words of recollection work ; back its immortal stances, stone and glass only ex-
or tna; a painful by sizing : VSJg
I so low a tone that we were utterly I :
\:.;: ble to catch their purport. All that which traces the record of materials, to shape them differently cepted, for the composition of -1 : ..

*,.Ie touldcollect: was, that the object of his deeds, always depends upon and make them re-appear I manure and also its proper employment Po.t olTensacolcuARRIVED.: .

iiusrt; solution was to give effect to a restluti.1 ;he amount of happiness or misery under forms and with propertie I. : connected With watering '

tth.cii! he bad oficrcd: at the lust which he has dispensed on nil fellow ab various as the immensurabilitjrof by easy, cheap and abundantmeans V V ".'.
HSi. 'j j.tu obtain a record of the trial ?.s i and applied in due time. .V V
beings. the great co-ordinative power. March 28. Schr. meU.s" '
luti.ckcizuit: oi ctrtiiiu Africans in the -
k'lJuur of l'eiiicoU. ThU he btated to Eighteen centuries have elapsed That (intelligent and active being Such is the information whicha Ratch, St. Marks. !: .

'";; a |part of the object of the present re- since CAIUS CALIGULA wished that must have learned, that the learned agriculturist should CLEARED; V

N'm.uw. Another: uitjcct hud reference to the Ronran nation had but one organic ,bodies and the inanimate possess, and such is, the informa- March 25.-Scfar. Henrietta, ..
btlU.C fraudulent comiMttcd, under which it is desirable to seidifFused r '
act oft substances bent under similar dons -
head, that he might cut it at are New-Orleans ; Cargo -
lilt Quiggles,. ,
saiiuioii of the
name a the .
'. ., he had no doubt,must have ueen one single stroke t and the abhorrenCe I I laws of composition ; that the eternal 'of fellow amongst citizens great mass 8000 bricks by Jose Noriega.28T. .- V 'J.t 0'. .
which bis contemporariesfelt matter successively passing our particularly Holland Leslie V
'i"I'iojcily obtained. .-. IJrig :t.
Mr. FoisytU sAu.11Ie did not know that for nina is felt by us-it will! from the intelligent and sensible here where he land propertiesare New-Orleans. V '4VV .
: 0elutrjje had been made the after Jo the inorganical large, the means of working
against forever b'alive.. Forty years apecies 29.-Schr. San AntonioRoightNewOrleans. / "
lI u tl.\l : to whoiii, had made : them feeble and the prejudices <
reteic'-.cc been ,
11' TITUS, wwwhen he .d not earth, frjxn this to the organical I Ci ;
-intoinution sought for was witn a I strong. How is such an object V "
and very "
of *
found the of doing some state khe vegetable, Schr. Gazelle Hlmlin Mobif
me\\ to niLUl}.att the Judge, lie would u- means fcc obtained ? ,
t1t"c: to u: bui tUu object,: M tar ** he good, sadly declared that h: had the lane; again into the living be- I. to ; : .. ,
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NOTICE. : ;:stIoiiL' #
PROPOSALS A miscellaneous department will be fiESRlS,
devoted to the entertainment of those I per Brig Amos Palmer Miry W. Barren. ) 'ON HAND- AND FOR' .SALE "
; in Nashville Tennessee, relaxation AT TH .
publishing, who are fond of occasional RECEIVED York, and 'Harriet from vt. > Attachment..j &

a Weekly Paper, to be entitled the from more severe employment, by the Orleans' John W. Devcrau*j -F Pensacola Bookstore,
of tales anecdotes, &c.
National Banner, perusal Such is a brief, outline of the objects Thirty eight Com and Bales Dry Goods, INthiscass suit has been commeticect An Assortment Stationary co7Uiti1l1. tf

intended to be accomplished by the publication suited to the season, comprising, on one half lot No. 190, ( S\UILLS, superiorquality5 ,

AND here proposed. It is meant to Super Cambric Prints, and lot.70, which attachment is returnable \ Letter, Folio and Cap paper, '
Zjterarif, Political & Commercial Gazette. Court at the Wafers Wax
combine the advantages of a magazineand Common do. do. to the Superior May Sealing

a For the successful French Callicoes, Term. Peg, Cork, Glass and Pocket Inkstand,
newspaper. k
[lIE main object of the proposed cqmplishment of this design, the publish i Cambricks, Jackonet Lawn, A Gordon Red Ink Powder,
f4' publication wijl be the developement er willl'f'ly upon the promised aid and I Bombtzette, assorted colours, Japanned Sand Boxes, Paint Boxes, '.
t of the resources, physical and mental united efforts of several gentlemen of Hosiery, elegant worked robes, ..ztorivpfor Plai ntiff. Red Tape, Indian Rubber

of this young but thriving and important I distinguished talents and acquirements, Lace ball dresses, Pensacola March, 24 1826.-4- 6t. Lead and Slate Pencils, Crayons,

section of our common country.-I as well as upon the editorial skill, experience Brown & bleached slitting &.sheeting Camel's Hair do. '
Connected with this object, as its means and attainments of the individualto Superfine do. do. FOR SALE. Pencil Cases,

and its results will be, the diffusion of whom its general superintendence and j plaids,-Stripes, Indigo and furniture Indelible Ink, Drawing Paper &

intelligence of every description calculated .- principal management will be confided.It ,checks, shirting, ticking &c. &.c. ({tIJHE; subscriber, Executor of the last Bonnet Boards,
to interest and benefit the community I is surely time that some exertionsWere 12 boxes boots &shoes,fine & coarse, Will and Testament of Francisco ALSO *

the vindication of our just reputation made by the intell-gent and public- 2, trunks Ladies' silk, Mohair, and Mo- Touard 3 late Pensacola deceased, offers Clothes and Hair Brushes

; the support of our rights and the I spinted citizens of Tennessee, to vindicate roccoshoes, for sale}the following property, belong Common Scissors, Razors,

4 promotion of our interests, not only as the literary character of the State, : is crates& 5 hhds. crockery, china and ing to the Estate of the said dedeased: viz Superior Windsor Soap and

Americans but as citizens of the west. I I'I and to demonstrate the extent of her glass ware, The undivided half of a Tract of Land, Common Watch Keys.

The paper will he, as its name imports, mental, moral; and physical resources.- :' 4. cases 2 trunks assorted Saddlery containing W. Haaell Hunt.

eminently national. It will have no narrow Nothing is wanting but a concentration 10 cases super,fine, com'n & wool hats
15th Oct.1825. '
views, will be devoted to no party, is therefore, that the 2 truiksfine cutlery, Pensacola
of effort. It hoped, & .
c41< mm .... .
will encourage no prejudices. It will be importance of the object will furnish a 2 cases 2 trunks ready made clothing, i -- --

designed at once for the gratification and sufficient stimulus, and that Tennesseewill 5 pipes old Cog. Brandy, I I Notice is Hereby: .Given
improvement of the scholar, the lover of no longer be content with the hum- 1 pipe one $ pipe old Madeira wine, I Situated North East of Bayou de laI ,
science the professional man, the farmer, ble obscurity to which she has hitherto 10p sacks ground salt. Trucha, on the bay of San Mary de Gal- 5 pllAT at the next Term of the lion

: the merchant, the mechanic, the friend bee, destined. Such a publication AS is 4 tons iron, assorted sizes, I vez, about twenty one miles from the 4l the County Court, I will pre ent th

of religion, the freemason, the: philanthropist now intended, is an important de idera- 4 bundles steel, City of Pensacola : and aHOUSE accounts and vouchers and apply for

: the statesman, the politician, turn and conducted with zeal, may no 3 casts hoes, ---- settlement of the Estate of Seth Fisher

the newsmonger and the light reader doubt furnish facilities for the increase as. 13 qr chests fresh tea, assorted, .;;. .;, .;.i & LOTin deceased... 'I
Every effort will be made to furnish some- Noah H. Allen
. well as the display of our literary Attain- 2 boxes: mustard, ,
's, thing. at once nourishing and palatablefor ments. The proposal is .therefore respectfully 1 box Cayenne pepper, .. Administrator.FensacoU 1
these various tastes.A the with the 5 hhds Orleans the City of Pensacota, fronting on
offered to public, sugar, new crop, Feb. 17th 1S'26.516t.SIIELUFF'S .
liberal portion of its columns will be utmost confidence of adequate encour- 26 bbs.! fresh flour, Alcaniz Street, said lot containing 52 feet -- --- --
occupied by original articles on literature agement and support, 20 bags lIa\'ana-green coffee. front by 80 feet deep and known in the
and science, and the number, talents 1 i Plan of the City as number 112. SALS. 'I
and acquirements: of the gentle. Terms. 'I he above property will be. sold on

men who are pledged to contribute, are 70 ps. Kentucky bagging, credit-one half of the purchase moneyto County Court, Escambia County.
BANNER is printed on a 4$ Scotch do.
sufficient for the THE NATIONAL ps.
a guaranty respectability in and the remaind
oe paid one
sheet with small neat 144 .Tow do. year John Lee Williams,)
and value ofthose articles. The most large Superroyal a p5 in two Payment" to be secuiedby
interesting new works, which from time type, entirely I new, and procured expressly 7Q ceils bale rope, notes years, wiith a mortgage on the pie- adm'r of J.11.Cbap I I

to time may issue from the press, both in :I for the purpose. It is publishedby 250 pounds bailing twine, n-uses. lin deceased, }fi. fa.

this country and Europe, will be noticed JOHN S. SIMPSON, at three dollars a tons assorted castings, vs.William.
and criticised. The situation and progress year, payable in advance, or four dollarsat 1 boxes old claret, Desiderio Quina. King

of our own literary institutions will the end of the year. Advertisementswill boxes old port, Pensacola 17th March 18 6- be 'trictly attended to, and frequently be inserted on the usual terms. 30 bbls. whiskey, proceedings had in this cause I have

pointed out. The diffusion learning I .rjThefirst number of the BANNER: 10 Wood's patent plough*?, taken the right of the defendant to the1OT

b)' common schools academies, and colleges received and may be seen at this oflice ; 2 kegs ground paints, assorted colours, 815 REWARD.

;. .- established and patronised among- where subscriptions will be thankfully received. 7, kgs tar, \10\5 SE &

ourselves will be especially regarded and .-Ed.Pen. Uazette.NOTICE.. I Skies soal leather, RUNAWAY from the subscriber on *

roost zealously encouraged. Scientific I Sites upper do. last, a Negro Woman WPCT t3
researches into the geolog and i.atural 1- I Ctlves Skins, named corner of Palafox and Intendencia Streets,

history of the western country, will claim of Administration on the 8 bUs loaf and lump sugar: mm formerly occupied by FrancisjPasquierfe

particular attention, while its topography LETTERS Col. John Miller. deceased, 30( baskets sweet oil, 79 now in the possession of Noah H Allen,
end statistics will be occlsiona1hnoticed.. the subscriber. .23 bcxes assorted window glass, and shall proceed on Tuesday the 4th
been by
: Every thing likewise connected with its the having County Court granted for the County of Es- 45 ktgs cut nails, about 20 years old, of a light day of April next, at 12 o'cluck, at the t

fir-4 settlements, rapid growth. and pre cambia all having demands a- qr.casks Madeira, Teneriffe and Ma- black, thin vissage, slender I Court House, to sell at Public Auction for

sent condition, will be carefully sought gainst said; estate persons are requested to present hga wine, for sale by made, very likely, dresses cash, the right of this defendant to the

: alter and fully detailed. the same: immediately, and those inuebt- Stone & Nisbet. aforesaid Lot, to satisfy this writ and all

:p Reports will be furnished of the pro. ed are desired to nuke pal neiu to December 10th, 1825. very neat, and of a genteel appearance. cost thereon due.Wm.
ceenmgs of our highest courts of law, Hasell Hunt Took with her several articles of wearing Davison,
h.. 9 and of important legal decisions; and W. 1uiiff's Bale" apparel of a fine quality made in the 1 .

communications on medical subjects, Administrator.Pensacola fashion, small trunk, and some articles o f Sh'ff.E. Cy.
4 with accounts ofVxtraorclinary cases and Jan 2r, 1826-48-8w. Superior Court, U' at Florida. bedding. It is thought she has been enticed 1 Sheriff's Office,

their modes of treatment, will be given Thos. Comyns, Ex'r. ofThos. away by some person, probably : Pensacola, Dec. 5, 1 825.41lamts.Penscthola .

I he man of business! will find, underour A. GOKDON, -. Comyns deceased, white, and will] pass as free. She was .. .

BA.SSIR. much that tnay be useful vs. fl. a. assisted off my lot by two or more per
& l ello'tJt Law J
olln Book Store.
:11..1 l him Ittorney Francisco .Uuximi anode is
interesting to Ko pains will be sons late in the night, and there on

\ spared to procure the earliest, mo thi.- 1 1TAS resumed the practice of his pro- St. jMarent. doubt but she has, or will endeavor to _.
:i' '. andarruntte intelligence of the; stateS .:J rJl: fession in the several Courts of WestFlorida. my vittue of this execution I have tap get off, by water-The above reward
S h" markets both fdrejg'j! ,nd domesticA Any business confided to him, ]!I | >ken the right, title and interest of will be paid to any person who will apprehend JUST received per Brig St. Clair, di-
I this defendant to all the remainder of the from New-York, and for sale at
'Jt1.lence ,
'l't'sf> will bi- opened and will receivehii prompt and careful attention said negro and secure her in
!. rru.arly maintained with New Orleans lie r. '-.: oe consulted at his officein jail,and a liberal reward for the know above,an additional assortment Bookfc

!i : iu fie pr ucipal eastern cites, spfcu Pensdcola. j'-! \Jnso\4 Land ledge of the persons who assisted her among which are the following

I> for llu* puT'se of procuring1 amifurii'shingjn January 27th, 1826. : off. Masters of vessel &c. are cautionednot NEW WORKS.

detail surh) intelligence! as to r receive her on board. It is probable .

I jfnav be important to the nnrcraut and contained in the "Cam Blanca tract"* ofadjoining the above slave has disguised herself Rothelan, a Romance of the English His

the t-irmer. The prices cf our staple pro- JAMES COiiNHLL.Late $3< durti.-is and ot the piincipal articles of in 1823
Editor of T/w Port-Gibson Correspondent Stanhope's Letters on Greece,
ki importation the extent of the demand, ," to this City on the "West, and Robert Carr Lan and 1824.with Documents on the Greek

. ,ri the 'rates of cx,=hange. &c will tre given 'tflSEN1S to the citizens of Natchezand ':: bounded on the south by Pensacola Bay Mobile, March 6th32t. Revolution, and the life of Mustapha"

with* much promptitude and Accuracy I the State of Mississippi, under j I'' and shall proceed on Tuesday the 4th of Ali,

4 ;; as! possible. A portion of the paper will the influence ot such feelings, as should April next, at 12 o'clock at the Court Buchanan's Sketches of the North American

J he uniformly devoted to the subject of agriculture appertain to an individual, seeking the I I House to sell at PUBLIC .'l CTIOlY NO'rICE.Ifj'"r Indians with a plan for theittne-
t 4 and tne mechanic and manu advancement of his own interest, and !:' for cash, the defendant's right to so much lioration
facurernll be furnished with accounts, |! of Ole aforesaid tract of Laud will ( is my intention immediately to institute
usefulness to the community, proposals:' as pay Theodoric, a Tale, and other Poems by
suit in ,
as full as can be obtained, of the most to publish in the city Natchez, a week- thesum of two hundred and twelve dollars j a the Superior Courtof Thomas
:; ) valuable improvements that from 75 cents debt, and all cost then due the Western District of Florida, to beheld
may ly paper: to be called, The Cook's Oracle Receiptsfor
time to time be made in the productions this at Pensacola on the first Monday of
of the arts and in the various species of THE upon writ.'V. May next on a certain mortgage bearing Plain Cookery, &c. &c. &c.

machinery.The Xat \\ N S-V ;r, Davison, date the 28th day of January 1824, given Biography of the British Stage being the

great efforts that; are makirfg for Sh'ffEs. County. by Vte. Sebastian Pintado, by. his Attorney Lives of the principal Actors and Actresses *

4. the diffusion of moral And religious truth And Public Advertiser Sheriffs Office in fact John de la Rua,to Henry ,Mi- ,
and the extension of the blessings of civilization Upon an Imperial'sheet, with new mate- Pensacola, Dec. 1st, 1825-.40-.lamts. chelet, for securing the payment of two The History of Matthew aid, by the

will be carefully! watched and rials of the first quality,at the same price thousand dollars principal, with the :interest author of Valerius cc.

their results made know .. Without en. and under similar regulations with other S Sale. due thereon : the property bound b> HallanVs View of Europe, daring tLe

,, tering into the dissentions of sectariancontroversy : Imperial papers published in theState.. Superior Court, West Florida. said Mortgage is, one tract of land on the I Middle Ages,
!t The materials will probably arrive about The Spanish
Escambia River 2281 Daughter,
or attempting to furnish the containing $ arpensone
the last of month and the first John & James Innerarity, ) The -
next Human Heart
_: details missionary anterprize, a faithful number Cfi. -- tract on the Escambia River containing ,
vs. fa..411lan .
record'wiil be given of the most! important will appear immediately thereafterJ. I dela 5000 al'pens-one tract oil the The. Highlanders, a Tale,
C. has no enemies, and will not deserve Carrera. j Bay of Pensacola 2180 Scenes in Europe, Scenes in'America,
: intelligence, -especting the containing arpensone
progress : Y virtue of this execution
and the
of- ur holy religion in of the any. lie has friends, and will serve -- lot on the Public square oppositethe The Blank Book of a small Colleger,
'"' J.., world. every part them, when it can be done without a sacrifice -I'.i proceedings had in this suit, I have Seville Square, also the Lots on the Living Plays, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
taken the right of this defendant to the
4 A corner will be occasionally devoted propriety. He knows no par Public Square numbered, 11, 14, 13, 15, and 10th volumes,
.- e;; : to an account of masonic proceedings, so ty| if there be one, he does not belongto 16 and 18. 'i

far as they may be deemed interesting to it. He invests his ail in this attempt \lO\1S: & LOT John Lee Williams TOGETHER WITH
::': the craft and of and will with cheerfulness, succeed or ,
worthy publication and
: ; fail as he shall deserve. 4 ? Paley's Works complete, in 5 vols.
: a regular register will be furnished of : \/Jor Mortgagee.
the *
., Officers from time to time elected the He hnd commenced a considerable ground situated No. 296, on Government Pensacola 28th Feb.1826-1-2ain4nu Rollins Ancient History, 8 vols.Plutarch's .

Several! 1 grand lodges and grand chapters setting forth of his republican principles ; I Street_ i in this City:, and shall proceed Lives, 8 vols.Josephus's .
: thitM hout the United States. of his determination: to be indefatigableand : on Tuesday the 4th of April next Works,6 vols.

: Nor will political topics and the zealous ; of his devotion to the pub at 12 o'clock, at the Court House, to setthesame NOTICE.Noah Hamilton on Ptirgatives
lic weal, with all the | at PUBLIC AUCTION for. Armstrong: on Typhus Fever,
... ()fthe day be overlooked. A customary ET CETE- II. Allen
: wil! be given, in a condensed summary form in. HAS of an editorial HEBUT, but has erased : cash, to satisfy and pay the sum of three" va. J> Attachment Miner and Tully on Fevers,
the whole and I hundred and three dollars 19 cents for Orfila's Practical Chemistry by Coxe,
deed, but as much in detail as the limits means the sameand more, : Maturin Simon j -
debt and all costs then due this writ. Powel on Contract
of such a publication will by saying 1 WILL DO MY DUTY. on ,

mm;!. o probably as the mass permit of,readers and as Natchez, February 13, 1826. \v. Davison, IN this and case a an suit attachment instituted in has the been Superior is- Morse's Walker's New Gazetteer,
Dictionary: Octavo and
mort y deem important, of the prominent Sh'ffEs. County. Court of the Western District of Flo. Milton's Works, 2 vols.

occurrences in our own and foreign coun- :IN otice i is Hereby Given Sheriff Office, rida. Thompson's Seasons, 1 gilt vol.,
tnt The ,
: s.: of
proceedings Congress and Pensacola, Dec 1st, 1825-40-lamts.
I of tile State Legislatures will( be noticed, THAT at the next Term of the lion. Noah H. Allen Beauties of Shakespeare, do.

.. and such as are material and of general County Court, I will present the NOTICE. by his Attorney.Penaacola Campbell's Poems, do.Hervey's .
\ accounts and vouchers and for Meditations, do.Pilgrims' .
: interest
minutely recorded. apply a
intention March,15th 182636t. '
yiTismy immediately to instiul
.r It is not intended to in of, settlement of the Estate of Isaac lute Progress, do.
engage any a suit, in the Superior Couit of
r the little political Levis, deceased. Pope's Works, 2 vols.: do.
times controversies of the the Western District of Florida, to oe NOT llYE Lights & Shadows of Scottish Life do.
nor to make this paper the vehicle Sebastian Barrios, held at Pensacola on the first Mcnday of ,

personal or party teeling. It will occasionally Administrator. I May next,on A certain Mortgage, bearing John de la Rua, "I ALSO,
however be devoted to the date 15th I
I September 1821, given by vs.
upport of what are deemed important Charles Beeler Charles The heirs of 1 Sorrows of Werter, Vocal Standard
Storage at St. JSIarka to Ivy, for securing Turner Life of Franklin
rauliiul Paul and
I political principles. It will sometimes the payment of 684 dollars principal, Stark, the heirs of J.M Virginia,
discuss questions of political eco T j1llF subscribers, having: erected a with the interest due thereon. The land Cot Jos. Philips, R. '? .PARTITION.K. William Tell, Gulliver's TraveL--, "tc.&c.
nOIll) It will inculcate respect for our.

  • .' t. strict federal and Mate constitutions, and a HOUSE and WHARF at St, Marks, will arpen, situate on*the North western side age, and all others together with the stock heretofore oa

    4 undevianngcompliance with their receive goods on consignment, for storage of the mouth of Escambia River, on a part cdncerned. hand, composes a extensive and general -
    Itfill very
    provisions.undue interference discountenance all or sale on commission.. Their charges .of which the town of Beelcrsville is laid / HHE ;above named John de la Rua will assortment of books, and will be
    the several will be moderate such 41
    as are customary,' out. apply at thenextterm of
    the.Supe sold at the New- ork for C3 b.-
    of prices
    departments the government, and all and the strictest attention will be
    paid to John Lee Williams rior Court, for the District of West Flori Country Merchants and public or private
    unnecessary dangerous collisions be the receiving and delivery of da to be
    any goodsConsigned. holden at
    ", tween the States Attorney Mortgagee. Pensacola, on the first Libraries furnished on the most liberal
    respectively and the
    tion. It will discourage sectional na N. Pensacola, 3d Dec. 1825-41-2am4m. Monday of May next, for partition of a certain -. terms, and-such bQ ks as are ordered and
    jealousies B. A large assortment of Groceriesand ,
    and local tract of land lying and being to theeast arc not on hand, will be procured with a*
    it strives thus to cultivate prejudices. But while Provisions always kept on hand, for NOTICE. of Bayou Texar in Escambia County little delay as possible. Orders from a
    a national sale moderate
    spirit, on terms for cash,
    it will maintain LL containing four hundred arpenls.tnoreor distance will be as promptly attended to
    boldly the "
    rights and zealously John & Natb. Hamlcn. personaare hereby Notified that less
    : support the interests of the western i I will apply at the next term ot I I Gonzales, commonly known by thejiame of and meet with the same. liberality' *

    country. It will endeavor to point Reference, the I Superior Court for the Western Dis tract-one undivided thirty- personal application.

    I out the claims of the west, by developing MeSSN. Hyde and Merrett, tnct ot]3 Florida, to be holden on the first sixth in fee part whereof owned and possessed W. Hasell Hunt.
    I New Orleans.St. simple by the said John dc la
    the real character of this Monday of May next, for
    portion partition of April 12th 1825.
    younger two :
    of the confederacy; and without undervaluing Marks March 1st 1826-2-4t. tracts of Land lying near the City of Pen Rua said heirs i Onthaffpart Turner of the whole by the .

    the rights or merits of the citizens 6 sacola,:one including Galvez, ,spring and Stark ; twelve thirty : ieerskius and Beeswax.E .
    .... of other Warehouse at St. i the other by the said heirs of Jos. Philips .
    section* of the Marks. including
    country, It will large house erect four thirty sixths by the said It. K. Call highest market price will be b';"
    ed Col. Wm. T
    assert equal rights and.merits of the by King. each
    containing in CC13I' for and JJee5.
    and en Deerskins
    .. one thirty by the said Jamesilamage l
    brave and E subscriber has erected 800: Which saiu
    hardy, intelligent sons of the TH Jately near arpens. tracts ot'laud are. wax, by
    as tenants
    west. The the landing at St. Marks, owned by me in fee simple common-*and this '
    immense importance of turn. a commo. as tenant in
    notice is given to all concerned ,in the John Jcrrison jr.
    dious and with the aforesaid ,
    'pike.rpads: caiiakaid other branches of secure WAHEHOUSE where common heirs all representa -
    ::' internal improvement, will be illustrated he is prepared to receive goods: eitheron tives of.said King deceased. ** tract of Und, pursuant to an act -

    ; 1 ... and enforced, and every effort will bjo Storage or Commission.Vm. k : Arthur P. Hayne this to p.- .ide for" the partition of fi lands i iq JOB PKIJNTINC* :

    : _" made to induce the I of TennesSfrcH \ Territory. -
    people Wright.St. ai11I
    Executed {
    by hi i\mtk neatness,
    4uorg Jn. de ,
    : ? ,. la Rua.
    togvc then! ) ut leas; a lair : _
    Marks: Dec. O\b
    :6.-27-tf. 2Sth 1826
    Fcbr'y .-t-8w.
    Pen ::1cola, Feb 3, .-49-ii:hj. 4 1 despatch $ this Office.

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