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 22, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
notis - AKP3155
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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1fYfz dred dollars, in full of all allow- For compensation! to the (jerks in the 'Ordnance Office, per act For compensation' $he,Sufiifr* '

*.4 ances. in the :General Land office,) per of' the twentieth.. of.A'pril; ,: one or 'in Alabama tQ thousand UolT Jtars.

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1. in the Office of the first Auditor to the 'mtsse'ngers office,_ stven, hundred and sixty : For. .compensation, .to. the Sur.,

if the Treasury, per act of the in said office, one thousand : dollars. 1-- ,. fc i veyor in: ;Florida, two thousand" ( :, :

h twentieth of April, one thousand and fifty dollars,/In full of all For f 'canpeD.a ion to the.* clerk: dollars, "-.!i+ ,,

eight, hundred and eighteen, thirteen allowance* A in the offce of the Surgeon General 'For compensation the clerks. '

thousand two hundred dol For compensation the Secfecrttaryj per act' of the' twentY-s|xth ; in the. office ,of;said Surveyor two* .1
z of the Commissioners of May, one thousand eight hundred i thousand. dollars., .' zy'f- ,:. ,'. z
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Compensation to the Messenger the ,San ing.fund, two hundred and ahd :twenty-four,. one thou /For. compensation lathe Com.* ; :,_ .

in said office, seven hundred fifty dollars sand, one hundred\ and fifty dollars. niissioner, f the Public{ Buildings \ ;j/-. (

fcY AUTHORITY.: dollars, in full of all allow- For I:allowance to the 1 person 'For contingent exp'ensfs I of said in WashmgtofrCity( : s one' .thousand ,

t l'CBJ..C- 124' ances. employed ;in transmitting pass office, two hundred and thirty dol five., hundred:,dollars. ;;: .. .. '-. >- .
An act making upptopnations, for, the For compensation to the, second ports and) sea letters ; for expenses \ lars. For.compensation/to: .the,officers >>:t' -

support of GovernmenJ for, ,the year Auditor of the Treasury, three fort translating foreigi lan 'For compensation, to the clerks and clerk I of the Mint, Junethoa, *, ., .

on- thousand: eight hundred audtwen.. thousand dollars. I guages in the office of the Secretary in the Office of the.Quartermaster i sand six hundred dolfars. .* .:of'Po, '._

ty-six. andJJouse For compensation to Clerks in of the, Treasury ; foretUlon- General l, iwo, thousand one hundred -: For -compensation to' pcrs.ont{::. "
Br it enacted by the the the Office of the Second Auditorof ary; fuel I, printing books, ,and all and fifty dollars. '. employed in the different og faV- r -

of Representatives in of.Con', the! Treasury, per act of the in.chien1al and contingent expenses For.c n\ n8eneapa =s orJl td lions' of, ,the Mint,nine 4ho"Baah4. ;

United assembled States of America That the following twentieth of April, one thousand itr the Treasury Deprtmen)' office, six hundred und'11 Qt'iJiol-, four hundred.. dollars. '. 's '

grcsa eight hundred and eighteen, sixteen and the several offices therein, if lars.For For incidental"and contingent -;
be and the are
sums same thousand two hundred dol- eluding the expenses of statig compensation to the Secretary expenses and repairs ; cost>> ..of machinery ".,. v
hereby. respectively, appropriated lars. and printing I 'the public accouns of the Navy, six thousand ; and for allowance of ,
!, for the service of the year one Fur compensation t to the JVlesjeenger for the {year. one thousand eicM dollars, ..' wastage in gold and silver' ..coinage ; ; -
and .
thousand eighthundred twentysix in said office, suet,' hundred hundred! and twenty-six, and pr For compensation the clerks of the Mint, ,seven thousand .t; ...j :: '

that is to say. dollars, itj full of all allowances advertising notices in relation, to in the office *,of the Secretary of seven hundred dollars* ;,.' .. ,
Fur Co' ,ation to the Senator f-f .
upen .he pub,is debt and loans, and to the Navy per act of twentieth For the octal oval employment :. '4'
of Houseof
e and Members the For compensation to the Tnird tnukt gihousunci iod a deficiency of thirejecfs of April one thousand eight hundred of aa'Asaistantfin8ineer'' for tne \ .. -

Representatives their OfficersAnd \uditor of the I Treasury three dollars for the same ib and eighteen., eight thousand. Mint K sixb, !1Clred dollars., ..* ...1_..' /, / *. 1

Clerks, in addition to the sum thousand dollars. forj the, year one, thousand, two hundred dollars. For...:..compensation ,to the Go: *

of four hundred and fifty-five thou. For compensation to the Clerksin eight llQn' red and twentythirtysis e For compensation to the clerk vernor,.Judges and, Secretary: .olf ,.. (' >
sand dollars appropriated by
December the office of the third Auditorof thousand nine /huncred in said office, per act of twemy- the1ichigan Territory, 'Brvga* .[

of the twenty-third thousand the Treasury, per act, of the and fifty dollars. sixth of May, one thousand!' eight thousand eight hundred dollars.'? ., I I ;

last, fifty and twenty twentieth of April l, one UmuFtpd For sl 1 :owance to the super ftl'u" hundred and twenty-four, one thou l-o.he. !'contingent: 'expenses,of, f .. -

dollars ; and for the contingent eight hundred and eightftn! dent. ana four watchmen, employed \ sand dollars. the Michigan Territory. three -" .,
of the Senate in addi- I
exp .4 '\ twenty-one thousand nine hundred for tire security of the state For compensation to the messengers hundred and fifty :dollars., 'r' '

ti.'ii to. the sum heretofore appropriated dollars. and Treasury buildings, for the in said office, one thousand For compensation and ileage.J

seven thousand dollars.For For compensation to the Messengers pairs of engines, hose and buck- and fifty dollars, in full of allow to the members of the Legislative! ,

expenses of the Library in said office, one thousand ets, one r' thoiibsud: nine hundred ances., Council, including! priming, .the
of Congt'ess, including the salaryof dollars For contingent of said law., and, the contingent and jnci .
and fifty in full of all J) dollars, i expenses *
Ihe Librarian, one thousand nine., allowances. For compensation to the Secretary office, two tnousand dollars.. deutdl',expenses of said .Count: 1., ;:

hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation to the fourth of I;War, six thousand dol- For compensation to .:he Com- five thousand two hundred and t f

Far, comppiisation to the Prestdi'iu .'- Auditor ..of the Treasury three lars. t music}nets ot the Navy Board; seventy dollars. -1'y*, :. .-: .
of ih- United States, twentfi' ) thousand dolalrs. For compensation to the clerks ten thousand five hundred dollars. rW compensation to the Govern

'h usaYid.sensation collars. the vice For compensation to the Cleiksin in the office I of the Secretary ol' compensation>n to the Secretary nor, Judges, and Secreiar} For to
com United States five the office of the fourth Auditor War, per act o*' the twentieth ofAPrilot. to the Comiuis&ioutrs of the Arkansas T*rrit->,, including additional $ '
"r the
President "
of the Treasury, ''per act of the thousand eight hundredand Navy Board, two thousand dol compensation to. two yf
thousand the Se- twentieth ot April., one thousand eighteen, twenty-two thousandsix lars. the Judges, ,for a part of tbr *yr?r

For compensation to dollars. eight hundred and eighteen, fifteen hundred',, dollars.! For compensation to the clerk one thousand, eight hundred and
of State -
cretury. thousand and fifty dollars. For arrearage to one clerk em- in the office of the Commissionersof lweny.f urpt'r act of twentysixthof : r '

Clerks in For one additional clerk, employed in'; the office of the Secretaployed the Navy Board, per act of the May, one thousand eight nun,

For compensation to per acts of appropriations ry of War, from the first day of April twentieth of April, one thousand dred and iwenty-four, nine thousand .
of State act
the Department thousand per of one thousand eight hundred to the thirty.first day of December eight hundred and eighteen, three nine hundred and hve dollars '

of twentieth April one fifteen and t went}"-fuur-fi V one one thousand right hundred thousand five hundred: and fifty and fifteen cents. ,;

eight nundred and hundred eighteen dollars., thousand dollars. and twenty-five" seven hun dollars. For the contingent. expenses ..f :-, ;

thousand nine .Lion Maehiniv For compensation to the mes-' dred and fifty dollars.. For compensation to the clerks the Ark&insl"ferritory, three I '

For compens to Office one senger in said office>, seven hundrd For c compensation the messengers and a draftsman in said office, per hundred and fifty dollars. I
in the Patent ,
of per dollars in full of all allow in said office, one thousand act of the twenty-sixth of May, ,For compensation ;o the Rover* ,

tc ut fhe iwrniy-sixth hundred Mayone and :' ances. and fifty I dollars-, in full of one thousand eight hundred and nor, Judges, ana Secretary of the ",'

thousand; eight hundred dollars. For compensation to the fifth allowances: tWt'nty..fou.4fou. thousand dollars. Florida Territory, eight thousand

rvtnty four seven Auditor of the Treasury, three For contingent expenses of the For compensation to tne messenger five hundred,. dollars

theM.smgers thousand dollars. office of the St'cretar'y'.of, in. in said office, .seven hundred Fur the continent expenses of '

For he Compensation to For compensation to the clerksin cluding.Iron railing for the steps dollars, in full of all allow the Florida! Territory thrte Hun ,
in the Department .
the office of the fifth Auditor ol the War Office painting, and ances. dred and fifty dollar.. -,
oi it' iie, including the :Messenger of three thousand dollars. For contingent expenses of said.. For compensation and mileage
ii :Hc4 Patent, Office, one thousand the Treasury pt-r ac: the Twentieth paving, .
For books and office, one thousand hundred to the merobeis of the Legislative
four hundred, and fift dollrs. of April,,one thousand eight maps, plan, \ .
)and contingent hundred and 1 eighteen, ten Thousand : for the \W Department, five hun dollars. I Council, including printing the .7
1'r the incidental five haudred'dollurs. J dred dollars.For'compensatiott. For allowance to the suPerintendent laws and the contingent and inei- -

; x," nses of the Department For ?.nsatipn to the clerks tb the clerks and four watchmen employed ,dental expenses of said CoULcil, ,
f of bu'.e, including the expense of comp ( le for the security of the War five thousand five hundred dollars.. .
|,in said office, per 'act of the in the office of the Paymaster '
print ing autl distributing the laws, twenty-sixth of May, one thousand neral, three thousand nine hundred and Navy buildings, and for the.incidental For the salaries of the keepers. ,
a!c, 'L r ,:xra copying of papers, of archives 1
I the public in
eight hundred and twenty-four, dollars. I and contingent! expel1sess'in'c the Territory :- ,
five twenty-eight thousand and nines Y- three thousand_ seven hundred For compensation to the messenger ) ding oil, fuel, and candles, of Florida, at five hundred .. ,

"collars. collars.i in said office, seven huu + two thousand one hundred and dollars each, as allowed by law, .

/ 'ir compensation to the Secretary i. For compensation to the messenger died dollars, in full 'of all allowanct's. f fitly dollars. one thousand dollar ; -,
of thc-Trcasury, six-thousand: For compensation to the Post- For compensation to the Chief .
d 'liars. in said office, seven hnn-
For the clerksin master General, fourthousand Justice, the' Associate Judges,
dollars of compensation
dred in lull all allow- .
For I
the Clerks .
compensation to dollars. and District Judges of the United
the office of the Commissary ., .
fa the Office of) be Secretary 01 ances.compensation. to the Treasurer General of Purchases, per act of For compensation to the two: States, including the Chief Justice ". '
the Treasury, per act of the tvventcth of Assistant Postmasters Genera), and Associate Judges of the District "
the May one
of the United States, three twenty-sixth, '
of April one i.idatfand ell tnt. thousand dollars. thousand eight hundred and twen five thousand dollars. of Columbia! seventy nine {
h -ndred and rightem, ten thou- For compensation the clerks thousand iwo hundred dollars. .
thousand three
.. For compensation to the clerksin ty-four, three
'I four hundred dollars. hundred and fifty dollars. in he General Post Office, per act For compensation' to hr Attorney -
the office of the Treasurer of -
For compensation to one Clerk, the of the twentieth\ of April, one thousand General of the United States, r
For to mes!>-
p act -.f twenty-sixth of May, the United States, per act of the in compensation said office, seven huc- eight hundred and eighteen, three thousand five hundred dol (
c "Mi.u t .rtd eight hundred andt twentieth of April, one thousand sr.tbdred lars.
thousand seven hundred r
dollars in lull of allowances. twenty-two
hundred and eighteen five ,
ent\-l u", one thousand one eight of said dollars. : For compensation to he clerk
)n-ncred ami fifty dollars. thousand two hundred and fifty For contingent expenses the clerks in the office of( General r
> 'hundred and For compensation to Attorney ,
office, eight thirty
t'.ar compensation: to the Mes- dollars. in ( I I IoUars. in said office, per act of the twen- right hundred dollars. :

thou-td For compensation to clerks For compensation to the clerks I :y.sixth of May, one thousand For compensation % to sundry _
said office act of the ,twenty-
per District Attorneys '*ndMarshals( '
hundred and twenty-foar ,
in the office of the Adjutant '
i.lcn, sixth of May, one thousand eight ,
IincclS. Ijtw those
oi five thousand six hundred dollars. as granted by including
hundred and twenty-four one' ,, I per act of the "
compensation to the first ) For compensation to the messengers in the, several Territories: tenthous..nd
thousand hundred
"-niptrolUr ul'the Treasury thousand two hundred dollars. April, one eight thousand nine hundred dollars. '
and i two thousandone in said one ,
It e thousand live hundred dol- For compensation to the mes- hundred eighteen and dollars. and fifty dollars, in full of all f'or defraying the expenses, of _
: -8. senger in said office, seven hun- Circuit -
and. District t
allowances. Supreme, A '
of said .
For compensation to the Clerks dred dollars, in full of allowan- office For contingent eight hundred expenses dollars. / For contingent expenses of said Courts of the United -States t '

1:1: the office of the first Compiroltr ces.For For compensation to the clerksin ffice, four thousand dollars. ; including the District: ol Columbia :,
|litr act of the twentieth of A- compensation: to the Register For compensation the Sur- and of jurors and ''witnesses .
the office of the Commissary :
Vrd', un, thousand esgnt hundredDJ of the Treasury, three thou General of Subsistence act ot "eyor-General two thousand dol inxaid of'the .funds arising 'fromf". .
eighteen', sevcntrrn thousand sand dollars. ,'. the twenty-sixth of May per one lars. .) fines, penalties! and: fc 'f titafcsr". .,
(.tight hundred dud fifty dollarsjujHruauon / For compensation to the clerksin thuusandilit i I hundred and twen 'For compensation to the clerksin for defraying (be, expenses .of.prosecution a
of the '
ror cu ; to the Mes- the office of the Register 'ysfuUr.tw .thousand;. one. 'htin the office of, said,Surveyor, two for .bffepces commit* ..<,' :-
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it'. a lgcrs m said) office, one. ihou- Teasury, per act of the twentieth'of dred. and fifty dollars. .., f thousand: one hundred. ,dollars.- ted against.the United/States and ..._ : '" : ; 1

tnd, and fifty dollars, in full of.all April- onethosand eight liundred '..For" contingent. expenses of.said For.compensaucn to the Surveyor for the safe-kee p its!(-Q f -isontlht'. l .f. ..1':'7- ... :

u\\'ancp.s' and eighteen; twenty two six hundred South of Tennessee, two one hundred' and. 6ft1 :.fhousaa_ ;t en. 'i'.k '
office, two thousand i I. ,
For compensation to the second' thousand three hundred and fifty 'id ollara. 'J- dollars.I _' :, ;'* ?"' .1<-" \, ." ... ; a
C, dollars. J ousand\ : t ? f. oJ't ?;:-t })
>'piroller of the treasury, dollars For. f to the clerks- For.compensation to ,the .clerks '-,For the:payment ,oi. sandrysions -F j .:::' ,'W .

lh ere thousand dollars. :*,For compensation to the nes--' ,'officeof compensation the,Chief Engineefiper ; I in the office of said Surveyor, one granted:t by the, _late/ian ", '\' ..r. .' '
in the | '
F- r co ntpensltiinlothe Clerks, .e'n'g ers in. said\' office, incl ud.i fi. '' 1 d'seveahundred dollars. present. .govern merits. twjo'.tnocsaRd .::; ; ,
'in act oi I twenty- ; ,Miy$ "e t *
the'ft iceltf f ,tHe Second 'Comp" the allowance for stamping t ships, j[thousand eight hundred and_ .Forl' o ""p n -ati9 to the Surt And fifty dollars, .. 't:'{ /), r'

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; .. ..-, 'or'iheuppbFt aml mainle eighteen hundred and ; Treatj,
., ,.'. : J. 4 : dollars ** It, lirark tfien reported a bill to: i. ajudiclatandnoj
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: Iv ; TufilChous) B03tU1tr.lt&rhts, seven :
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,4 sbeaccns, tAio].Sj and stakcagc, in I For the salaries : "A' c's last call : cla
-. .Deluding th ?".urchase ofjoil, kee & LondonParii, S(. Peters- j;, T, "' titles, and other papers, : bode' '
: "s perVsalariesVepaits! : t ,imp ove-- burgh and Madrid, and o the .-= f : office!,of.,the Registers or confirm and ,complete a' dtivjjgbg '

n "' nts, 'and continent expenses Charge ,des Affaires at Stockholm, -tj}; \\,\'; \ of the United.States'. ; ; but cannot, bj 'law. :'It.. )
1. ..-0. I <:one1iuntired, and thirty-two thousand > at the Netherlands and at Lisbon, = ; which was read stroynhose which_. are valid dt .
II .. '-.11: ': ,, '" :,; thre&:3iui: .dred and) forty six for ,y..nine thousand five hundred :L' 11-l TilE : thTreatjr ;or' foreign J lA"I.,Tf
: ',;., 4b '. ; dollars and' sixty-six cent?. dollais.. i t Wednesday of Alabama, moved this position is correct';, sir, the
... a I.'.'L',i" r procuring and placing three I For the salaries of the Ministers I lie ": out the :8th, which had Courts, undoubtedly, ye the onl
I .' / trie of des Affaires, who have letter ent been made the tribunals in which the riehti
,.; buoys on bar near the port orCharge cd a *r
.J:: .. Georgetown, South Carolina, be been, or may be, appointed to the oftie, Treasury- of the bill confirming the United States are st'CUrt
: ting (he amount of an appropriation I Governments on the American' pfts of the R of the Commissio Their decisions forever put to nJi
' .. ". for that object, carried lo the ; continent, to wit, Colombia! nine et oj the, Land ascertaining claims and :all titles. This, law only provides
4 ; '. ', : *, surplus fund on ,the thirty.first: of : thousand dollars ; Chili nine thou' .,111ft of-West land WestFlorida.. I for the decision of those not deI .
;i December !last, six hundred dollars. '- sand dollars; ; Mexico, nine thob- jet of private hite, of Florida, said if I dared "antedated and fraud ulent"
sand dollar; Buenos Ares,* '4500 rich. from Alabama had in this roor- ,proceeding j. :
For building a light house on doll ars Guatemala, lour thousand attention to the subject does not, and cannot depritg I *
Baker's Island, on Mount Desert five hundred dollars ; ftr Van nur was in the habit ot'do- them ,of a re-examination of those

I in the State of Maine, being the Brazil four thousand five hundred ciair Com. to most occasion, he claims, when the lands are sold *

amount ..of an appropriation for dollars : Peru, four thcnsand Wf s' referred t have made the motion by the United States. The report
that object, carried the surplus fite hundred dollars. I th 3ona'r out the section of the of one tribunal has placed such a
r ... fund! on the thirty-first of"December For outfits of a Charge des Affaires I blish a under consideration. mark'Qpon them & has given such

, 'last, two thousand, five hundred at Peru, and Guatemala, in KIP Territory proposes to confer on an assurance to the Government
dollars. nine thousand dollars. ho'cipn at Key the right of institu tha the land claimed is public
For building light house on For the salaries of Secretaries *'). in a Court of property, that it would be impolU
Dutcn: Inland, in Narragansel Bay, of Legation fourteen thousand dti.I A bill to establish for the purpose oT obtain. tic -o put the government in the
Rhode Island, in addition) to the I :District' in the I decision! upon -claims to attitude of :la litigant, or to give
appropriation of three thousand lars.Fdr: contingent e ,cnses" of : lIe it enacted by ; titles of which are as any facilities for re-examination
dollars, made ptraci-of ihe hird al: the missions! abroad,. thirty :Jlefrresentativu of' I to be genuine by a spe- and whilst they are not deprivedl
! thousand dollars. .merico in Congress instituted by the by law of that right.:under /
of :Mar h, on* thousand right hundred I shall be estabishrd> i part ;* ,
n. twenty five, two thousand For the salaries of ire Agents ,trict in the T States, but which had not ular circumstances, they are eeS '
; d I 'liars. of Claims, at London and Paris, I.called the of final adjudication. tainly not upon the 'same fooling
Fo" Iu1di1gamaII beacon ligh four thousand dollars. !an that part of the material to the claimants with claimants of unadjutted Ii.
on \\ arwick Neck, in Rhode Island For the coming tit expenses of i:south tast, and of a lin '' hew, these claims are ties, invpHing only 'questions of
in addition to the appropriation Fojeign intercourse, forty thousand inclmlingthe' : but it is of the utmost law, where the powers of the
of one thousand dollars' made dollars. i Court shill both to them, and to granting authority, and the ordi

! per act of the third of March one For the rief! and protection of I I within sill D strict States, to have them nances of a foreign government..)
: thousand! eigh hundred and I Wf'f)' distressedmeritan Seamen in 'foreign ,Courts 1e ,adjusted. i art-involved.
ty-fiv"; ; wo !l-.nu*. t.d flol'a"For $ *-. coun ries, thirty five. thousand ;to respective all the laws D of the 22d of Febru- The gentleman from Alabama
; '1 building a Light Vessel for dollars. tht, same ; and contains a stipulation, fears that much litigation' will
Al'iemarle bound in North Carolina Jrar: the expenses of intercourse for said District i United States shall con- grow of out ihib section. It is to a*
, K b- placed' either at or luar with !lie "Barb arv. powers, thirty Authorised, to- the same extent that they i void that, sir, that this law is pro:
r -< the SIuth) Point-of Roanke Island Ih.usand'd'ollars. lourt. here been confirmed under p st'd. Is it better to have the'
at or near the: end of Wade's Point For h e salarits" of the'Cnmmis-. ii tcie Attorney all the and Government, all validity of large claims decided ia i
1soer I : ;
shoal at the mouth of Pasquotank a' "i! Arbitra ounder the I ad security, and from his C tho. Court, upon one petition, or allow
riverin atiditian to the appropri- first unicle of the treaty of Ghent Htaries fees, and -, and his lawful autho- it to be purchased by twenty indirviduas .
.3tion of five thousand five. hundrer1 one half the salaries of the Secretary : imvittllovred by the Floridas. The .ywc ] and have twenty suit?,
, .7 dollars, made per aCt f the4, third Clerk, and Messengers, and' Mtshals other left to the UnieH: States ;' There is no part of the United'
:: ,. of :March, one thousand eight hundred half ihf contingent expeuaes of the* !,tflv\5ec, 2., tIe it ; by Commissioners, Statesin which the maxim "in. ,
k and twenty-five, three thou- commission, Jen thousand three i stat d Sessions of ; Congress, is wholly Un- terest reipubliccg: ut finis'litumti
: .' aand d liars. hundrd and thirty v rn dollars.: !I on-he first 'othat. it 'were done more forcibly applies than .in,
For buiUling! a Light House on Forexjensesof carrying nfro I ibctinnually ai Key For it is a melancholy Florida It is an exposed, and
:" point Drier, in the State of Loui- effect the sixth rand seventh articles jime-mediate; Se ; nume ous claimants frontier territory where, therufa '

I ttIf .. .:\ .I.n.a, in addition to the approprif of tbe treaty of Ghent, incluJmp1 las:i I. .' Lation- of tt'nhusand c1 )lIar'j.- the : compensation of tht I shut J reside at lie tu&\l supplication, for check emigration, but paralizetbo'
...tr.; .. jn .'le ;per ac* of i'.e \\i\'c' t, Commissioner; Agent and Surveyt AIM iti til be consider their unduubt- energies of those already located
V "-. March, one thousand eight hun and tHeir contingent expenses- I for Jus services The United States did there. 'Claims of every description .
I .
: l'"irlr and twenty-five, !ouuj .i. sixtt'en thoifsuud dollars inthe tcnopaui Treasury! it proper to confer qn should be speedily, and finally
: .. land dollars. For compensation to H. Gillis. attd. of Florida settled, and if the gentleman cat, '
For survevinjr the pu'ic' 1'Anils rhief turk in the office of tlv Mr. King, decide over .a particular 'point out any other, or better \
of the United States \'ntv fou f- urlh Auditor, for performing I Public! Laidst all cases above their mode, I should be glad to acceptof
thousand -jne hundred and 'thirty UP service of the said Auditor from the } are unadjusted. The it. After twenty year of .*-
4. one dollars. during hs: last illness, troin tht tive s, granting is not fulfilled. The ques. perience upon the propriety of
For the balaries of the Registers i ighth of October, one thousand fo certain Set printed.:4 presented is, what mode proceeding before Congress and
on' R .CfatveF% of L i ul Offices!! III <'ij i >ht ,hundred and twenty-three, of Florida' ; will be directed for itirir Committees, in Missouri it <
4 Cases where no moneys are received o the twenty-third of June, one ments. of this pur was deemed politic to pass the
by them for land, two thou- th usand eight hundred and The As the Representative 'of law which is the basis of this, and
: .1tu .. J..;,'.,. twenly':four, nine hundred! and fifty fered yesterday all that 1 ask is, 'a 1 humbly conceiVe' will be found
.: For S: ..tionarv and Books fo: dollars, being the amount 0: agl fed t('. of the claims in some the safest and most satisfactorymode
U. the ofticr nf Commissioners" of ihe surplus of the appropriation By Mr will protect the interest adjustment of land claims
- 1.ills, one thousand six hundrer: or 'the fourth Auditor's salary fort Resolved. Stales, the rights of that cn be proposed.Mr. .
dolhrs.: e y-ar one thousand eight hun- of Stale be '. and fulfill the sti Van Rehsalaer moved to
For the salary of the late G: drd and twenty, four. bate to the of the Treaty. These lay the bill and amendments on
,. I 'ven-.or of the :Micnigan l' rrit'Jrv S..c.2. And be it further enacted t compensation are to decided by the the table, which was negatived.(]
. p. (W\uiam- Hullfrom the tenth (L That the several sums hereby appropriated I I ed to each Nations, the Laws and The amendment was then,nega*,. '
.\;)ril i Jon" thousand (Merl h< l h u shall be puid-out of any tive Council of of the Spanish Go tiv'ed.j
r -dr...d and twelve, to the first of Fe- money in the reuy not otherwise year, for wider which they ori The amendments made In the J

,. b.-uary one thousand eight hun- appropriated ; Provided :itd: tten dance nd he Treaty. Whether bill in Committee were then concurred 1
dah'.t tnin-'en, onr thousand however, That no mor.ey appro- laid c-ittiicil ; or the Courts more in, and it was ordered to j
six nun Jrtd and twenty ,eight doh pri ated<< by t11s tct shaH! be pain certificates I to the decision of those be engrossed and. read a third

J lus, thirty-two cents. to any person, for his corBpensa- ,which : he acc questions ? The former time to-morrow.
,_ For the salary of the Secretan lion, who is in arrears to the Uni- ow ed and paid.I i ) to organize itself The Speaker laid before the
to '.he Land Co'ttmi-sioners! i: tri States, until such person shall I Resolved, rrat auli\egi9 for such House the following message! from
East Florida, ( Fiancis J. Fa' ?'/. have Accounted for and paid. into S-ate ht l ; and if 11 is to be the President of the United States;
o."i" tt.d in the act of the third" *' the Treasury aU sums for whichhe i .e Senate, the the instrumentality which wafc referred to the Committee
'- -p i14rC1): one thousand eight hunJ may 'be liable : Provided, also, Legislative it would require on the PubHc Lands, and
'4 red and tWt>ltly-fh'e, one thousam fhat nothing in this section con- hrir last session to, be devoted to printed.To .
::4 / \ two nundred and fifty dollars. tamed, shall be construed to e x- .. : The Courts are on the Senate and ffiu'eoflteprescntaUvt* ,j
.' For balance of the amount a1! tend to balances arising solely"fVom Mr. Eaton -have access to the pub of the United State*.
lowed to ibla'e superintenda"of ( the depreciation of Treasury rrsolu'1-.ru, -are familiar with WASHINGTON, 15 March, 1826.I .

0' Cumberland Rad, ( D, v .I notes received by such person tooe Resolved, .: of the kir.c -have communicate to Congress a
S! I :: v r. jini. ) U lieu of and expended the public senice; nance inquire and evidence before. them letter from the Secretary of War, .1r j
full of all his claims three thou- but in all cases where the pay or of so amending posed of men, whose and copies of a resolution; of the
< 3(2ll 4 Ul'lldlS.F salary of any person is withheld 7ru of May, 18 has been to become ac Legislature of the State of Georgia .
I r compensation to the assistant in pursuance of this act, it shall to provide for d with all the viiriods and \yith a correspondence of the I
'\ Superititendant of the Cum- br the duty of the accounting officer du'icson impo questions which arise Governor of that State, relatingto

.:. :. f b 'rhndK-* (t.CVtI'iln: Hawkins) if demanded by ihe pal ty, his Florida, atd investigations. Tne thr running and establishing pf
'...: .. :.. from the fight of August to the agent or attorney, to rcpor; forth. ,and to aut of the Courts are final- the line between that Sate and_
>;4 ;..ff Aiuriiioi U t-jer. (Jnl thousand with to the agent of the Tr asur) ,drawback on Congress are not. The Florida' : whicH I recommend (to* .I

. : e /tit- hundred and nineteen, one Department: the balance due, & it ,merchandise, Slates may confirm, but the favorable considerations of
., '" .. hundred and fifty eight dollars and shall be the duty of the said age,,;, land (If Key \\ d clare a forfeiture-, in Congresss.John.

I "J'" ninety cents. within sixty days thereafter, to I:as may be liP declare, by law, a Quincy Adams.A .
I I 4 I. For amount found due to a Contractor order suit to be commenced foreign port or lid. Such"an act would bill to confirm the reports of
: 'I (William Stephenson,) for against such delinquent! and his .: in legislation. :The the Commissioners for ascertaining
.'",_ ? cxiTu'ing a part of the work on sureties. JOHN W. TAYLOR, The Vice provides for the right the claims to titles of land i in
of the House of
Speaker Representatives.!
-.' ," the Cumberland Road, two hun JOhN C. CALHOUN, the Senate a and the Judiciary act of West florida, was read a third
,. ired and 'fifty two dollars :and thirteen Vice.P resident of the United States, and the Secretary States declares the time and passed. ,
cents. President of the Senate I answer to a $ Court, the tribunal of Monday, March 20
.. )_ Fo: compensation allowed to Approved--.March 14 1H26.3OIINQULNY i inst,-and a icsort, in all questions Mr. Strong, NswOtork, frpoi
A I)A MS.Pbr .
tbe Clerk nf \he Lund Commissioners ,
< Territorieswho
the Secretary the construction of committee on the
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.. i in Michigan Tt-rriiory, ( J. ? ting the laws! The question i ie, whe- wa instructed to inquire i into -
-r \\ \ 'r \ .C.J.\
Diddle,) per act of the iweniy-firsi Council of the U. States allow, by the expediency of provides
of February, one thousand eight :- thf i claimants to institute pro that territorial governmedti4bAlnot } ) .
: hundred and twenty three, one The sailor's life J'etuucola is full of joy Gazette., .. House of s, at this time, to have be" permiue'l to Ben lands fo rnonpayment
thousand dvlbrs. 'hereon,
examined of taxes due
11U home, ia Oil the clecrJ'Vitb ; judicially ;
For the Register of Ships and \ sparkling eye and. buoyant heart. On motion they confirm them ? If until the lapse of a year from tot
\ -ssels, and lists of Crews, four lie brave*the surges sweep. Florida, it wasResolved not confirmed by Cou- time the taxes may become due,
thousand dollars. When, tempests howl or lightening flash, allowed to j
and you proceed to sell and thaj two years be
True t his helm he stands
j ,
For of taxesand
the such miscellaneous

Or yields resign'd, with fortitude, Naval affairs claimant will then sue redeem lands sold for ;
.. claims against the United To all his fate demands. quire into the nt in 'possession under a lhat an officer at the seat of g
States, not otherwise provided viding for the the Government ; and vernment be authorised,td- reCeiVCthe
for as shall be ascertained and admitted The sailor's life is full of joy, of 'Florida at last come to the Judi taxes of non-resident ,on rl
: in due course of settlement Our hopes his steps attend ; St.;Rosa's the constitutional arbiter. of lands within the trrr toraes-
at the Treasury twelve He meets with objects ever new.In ,
ever clime a friend. : States cannot etna made a detailed report, ICCOl1Jd'panied
r thousand dollars% Tho' thrown on Zembla's icy shore, Mr. Drayton land, to _which they have by a bill ; which was
For compensation allowed torone Or Afric'a burning sands, : the judiciary without incurring a just twice. 'committed. made the OFdt.;
'"- of Commissioners for ex- With matchless strength he still bears'!), scribing the to refund the purchase of the day Tor td-morrow, anti
g ': nmtning titles to lands between 'Gainst all. his fate demands. sea of salvage when the purchaser is de with, the report to bordered

I the Rio Hondo, and- the S3bine Territory of } have acquired no title by primed -
:--. -, R.1ver. per acts of the 3d of March Then pledge the sailor boy dy'seejth read twice, dot 'ir rday. ftfarcll : -
\\: joy he'll serve you-Veli; : quid nemo quod SclCtCornrnUtc I
-, rigMeeir hundred and twenty Tru courage l'vts within his bxeait, order of the day ." Mr. Ingharn, from .the refe1'
-4 three,, 6c twenty-sixth of..May) Sound hearts his worth will, .telL ordered to be operation of foreign laws, to wbolDtas
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red ibc claim .of,the'.lite .Presidei and the consequent ditninuti Dt has been! 2otnposecL:--o.c The tLfIi1.*. ', cnarfraoi- l. ,,4ri1 S;. ,'t, 1:.;, .t ..:.C iti4n"f ."; iehft'. '". -' "( ::"\V.7 .* 1

the United StaACffmade 'fc report Demand 'fi r"the Cotton; of t combustion. give itsconioriwit princTnfw. Uplands have declined r.;. .,'. .":; .,. .. ..,.. ,4iZ
of full S "
8l S( a : 4fr .: .J "
,a bill for the Southern States ? Do we not1ry, ", '"v '_ :arbon'J' >.. < half 1ff,..1tl 11 '; '- :"f' f."I;
accompani,by ...: lft"1Q. d_ rog I},.. .1'. cent.in the pound ; we now 'tJ J 1IJ ,\ '5.* :_t'.ttYJ
Monroe The bill too much onMbe golden hai ',ttf .. o ( the safts or the Pftf' .!1 ,(ieQnt9tQ/uish4Wstti4'.I*. # .'
relief of Jal. I ..: 1:5': 50.... x"'cn., quote general at 9 12'toU ....f ;. oJ" .
was read twice, committed-made long past ye :,rs ? Does notkc: \... ... 001 .." cents:".ahuough inferior lots .. ), \\' \l\1Vt. "

the Qrder of the day for to irior-, illusive'meteor\ the last yekrVlill :*.' PjLrts100. ... Have gone as low as 9, and some the:Troop of the tjnjted States army_that .

jaw, and ordered, with; the report, exercise a bewildering influeacfc 10*'tKe.former publicatbn i it nis been. > t
aid by the berries
to be printed. The following is over the imaginait.pn* lOur cotton' seive xHiere falls rubbing a grey dist ; .this.. upon dust.a Savannah djiril 3. vicinity-of this Putt/Troigthe of May .. .'.

the bill : crops too are becoming more being digested in alkohol; slightly heat There was much depression in eflsUintt.untiLtlt'3tofjrch The 1827. -f'1!
beef '
Be it enacted, tff. That the Secretary and more precarious,. and if, as' edthe wh':'-.p.articles becine thisohredjn the cottpn. market during the last ered to the Troops will bc on.todis re\uirird. to be'delijr.in \

of the: Treasury be, and has recently been asser ted, the ruinous part, thebla.tjCtgrains I re nnn nattered : week. \\Vquow.. Uplands at 9 to week ?r orten.r.. as may.b. .*.".-(*the daysto each -I

he is hereby authorized and required caterpillar has *'earnt the water being poured into'th'u alkbholic 11 cents ; but the 'quality must be de51 nl<'dinlUjb'.qu "titY'j shall -: ., ...

to cause to be paid to alt of surviving our winters: ne solution, a pnVipitate. is'formed' which be very superior to -commAiidthe be reqiured fur theWt3tioriso" "Jlch clay. '..".. o.
aw/i !
shortly after .on tfe surface "and And 1 deem it -
James Mpnrot, 0:11of any unap- culture of Cotton must cvase *- being collected an,} "icltel, i is found to latter. who choose necesy4prje to offer* those .''
may. : .
in the Treasury mong us as it did in 'New- rpvi- be -\ Mobile jifiril 11.-The markethas to fr.tra:t for : ."
propriated money a pure wax ota i. cep yellow tinge. I this supply, that no beef D.lt. the very: .. p-
the um of fifteen. thousand dence and Bermuda. May no.t[ a Water, either cold or &.$ilit l! ?& has, not been, since Thursdayextreme best which the.m rketcan :afford will.be .:. ,

five hundred arid thirty-threedo1. great portion of our agriculturallabor the lea soluble action u Eflthi wax. ly heavy, and very few sales have received and particular'attention must be "

lars, and thirty-five cents, with interest be profitably diverted to (the Alkohol, at the tempe t '\le of the atmosphere been effected, even reduced. prices had to tie! butchering thereof:..a rigid : '

: from the 3d day of December growth of Corn ? It is melancholy 1 does nol affet, it ;' but.. 100 -the highest sales we have inspection of 'it will always be .made.
\)arts of that fluid, at the1' boiling point, Unquestionable and ample security will
1810'until, paid. that for an article of sucn :absolute dissolve five parts of the wax : tli;." tour heard- of are 10 1-2. cents and be required ror the faithful performance

....- necessity we should be ;|dependant I flit:'. about be tile down ly cooling ;* ape down to 8. The effect the late of the contract.P .

upon other States. That other filth remains in sti ension&sej.';'' unfavorable accounts from Europe eons offering contract will make
11 &[J Lb
LPI I8 our slaves, our cattle, and even rateshut very slowly unless! pTecipitatcJ : will have on the market, is not sealed-proposals stating in a sinjrle bid .

-. 6v \* atf-r. And though tie myrtle wax 1 ) fully ascertained.Tullahaatce!. the rate per pound for which they will -'
should be fed yet
our poultry, at exorbitant furnish.
S .VI LUIUY APRIL 22nd 1826. seems to be a substance htmogenenus in ,
:=- :- prices from states more de its exhK'' and cons''stane. it is never A. AV. Tli rhtoii,. Lt .: ..
Veritt .,
sans /if ur. voted to a rational cultivation of entirely soluble in alkohol,the insoluble! Jpnl 7th. .1 c. s. U..s.4..s -I'

the soil. ht.si separated from the offers \\Vare happy to state that the .,-
--Par.ama.-In the House of Hepresentafivest Might not a portictv pi part ) mas 8-It. "'
>n Saturday March 25th, Mr. Mc- uur land be profitably d, vo\edl to' a hue darker yellow green : the al Governor of Florida has l lately returned -- .'.".' ',.J;' "

Lane from the Committee of Ways ajid! pasturage\ ? Might tot the kohol remains completely colourless.. fr.om a visit to the- Indian United Htutpt-jf America, <#. ;
Ether a 60, e rcises alio! fcut'a feeble ,'
. Means reported the following bill i which We understand that byte "
Agency. ,
. :vas read twice, committed to a Commit growth of slock,judiciously managed -, action upon that wax but if neated the of the Governor andUe District of West. Florida. << ss. .

tee of the whole on the state of the Union, ,' become a valuable sourer;,, of action increases; ",,#hen made to boil- exertions | : '\ff. HJ-Ri-AS a 1.ibeLhthbeen fledIjJ :

made the order of the day for Monday, trade ? Should not somethingbt) that action'becomes! very rapid and powerful Agent Cofc, Humphreys the j in the Distr.ct Cou-t oi the Umtid

and ordered to be printed.- done for the independence of our this fluid 'tht'.n dissolves rather Indians have scrjendcred many Mates for M esr Florida, on the 12th '!uy ,

Be enacted, &c. That the following wants ? or do we intend until : more than one fburU m"its own weight ; of the runaway sla\**sl who had of April., 18.' 6,. ainst a certain scbom-.cr

sums be, and the) are hereby appropriated but by cooling tile greater." Part of the lid to thw naiion and !hen his called the General McDonald her ackle, I
the travellingeXeflSCS
out of any money in the Treasury not doomsday, to pay wax seperates in tit stalajp:'tc form apparel and cargo, stating, that John H.
otherwise appropriated, for carrying into of droves of cattle and and the surplus may'be precipit tted by 'Excellency left the Agt.icy the, Sawyei, Richard Bennet.JobnJ1pl r. 4n, ,.

effect the apj.oin-ment ofa mission at the hogs, on their annual journiesfrom water. The wax thur\ treatwd is ali208t chiefs"were expected in a few George Eldrige, John Parker and John

Co'-press of Panama ; that is to say- Kentucky to Charleston ? without colour ; the fluid 'on the contrary days, with all the abscondh. | A Saw}' 'r. the Li hlants, inhabitants of

For the outfits of two Envoys Extraordinary ." assumes A beautifu\green\ hue, sieves belonging to our citizens"aivet ':*jt'.; Territory of Florida, did about them

and Ministers Plenipotentiaries, Amonia dissolves! the myrtle wax in t : : remained in the nation. :le.fMarch.! 1826, obt'rve'"e d to S
g 18,000. CO \ 1.UNICa'rl\) greater quantity than\\ does the bee's strike a"'d ground on a shoal near t

For the salaiies for the same, at tbe .- wax; the undissolved part becomes soapy"therefore tis! aaCe.rtaineoTthat several hun* Key,-'hat they iromedutidy went to S

rate of g9000 per annum,. lSOOO ; Pro- For the Pensacola Gazette. our wat should 'preferred red alaves, which arc supposed her relief and.: r ooy. rcd her to. r ie the

tided, .. hat it shall not be lawful to pay MYRICJCERIFERA. for tltepreparixion of oiatmvf, *nd the to" be now in the naifon, pAsscdvtver > ort-said schoon*r Xicneral McDunold,

to Richard C. Anderson, one of the said I The beginning of tliis article has been soapy part ouglu to beuseda detcrgeiat' lo' the Britisli Islands on theflulfabot'tb C.pt:1inVilliam tY<
Envoys, more than g9000 in any one year, published in this Gazette on the 24th of very 3 great effect <. i -, tinie the burthen, bound fro'ti Ph7.'adelphia' to Pen-
for his services in the capacity of Public : Rectified oil oi'--turpen.tino athei1at... country acola, withtlry goods and eocenes, con-
December last. There it is said that
Minister abroad. modphtncal temperature, :Jsoftens the iris .delivered to the, United'States. signed to Fufguson H Nisbet and JOhn

.. For the Secretary of the mission,at the "in a future Gazette will be related from myrtle wax, but does t v the experimentsJo which he ;
,. rate of g2,000 per annum g'2,000. amongst Myrtle berry has been submitted the, uf It.. (heated, it ttiajfbe, made to to Uladea part (If the cargo :of ific'suid: -
Fir the of the dissolve sx hundredths.ol'ibwelglit schooner into three smack .aLt
contingent expenses learned, such of those experiments 1 ; by the National Journal.' fishing i !

aid mission; $$2OOO. promise beneficial results! for the arts and as cooling, halt of that quantty sep>>crates. We are much gratified, and they, together with about nfu or sixty (.
iroin tile duuolution, the otier ;half remains others: were employed a oft.'
-+--- \ part o nays
the healing scienceBl'ftrc proceeding :our readers will be equally so, to <
The following articles are well worth above mentioned, it is perina.ieut. From this paintersand hat they at last succeededin.get-tiui: ( her
as necessary vajuiibtiers draw ; I understand,, thajl a supplementalarticle off that then fished .
ad/anuige. they for ht-r hor
.the attention of our friends in the coun- to something the elements of tne may ai .. -
say Litharge or semi-vltrousoxide! of lead ,to the "treaty with the which had been lost that 'dcdn 0
try ; we perfectly agree with our brother substance ( the wax ) which forms the : they .s icct:t
:- '. Editor of the Herald that there is no person subject of this article. dissolves abundantly>> in the mvrtl .'wa'X' CicekIdiatis, was yesterday sent obtaining it, and that for thrir st-ivices, .. : .
the and they fornv an emplaat.c: mass .. Il hesaid .Captain William Frazier agreed .
on earth so happy as systematic Amongst the characteristics fixed oil very to Jhe Selaie4ur confirmation,
nard, but antenable degree of solft- to: these said Ii b., lants thV of .
and industrious planbrtJ.'e have al- o any ; pay [ \U two .. ..;
a substance so abundant in the vegetable which it is will .
expected, entirely .
\\'at bclitrvecl that system and industry in ness: by an addition of oil If, as thereare thousand; : and five hundredt.dnl ; but '
kingdom, is the of thickening ...
; good reasons lo belit-ve) this'wax remove the objections which existed Having no to the said .
our sandy country would be of more ser- by to air, from which absorbs! retains :, money pay salvage,
I \ic i t to plant ulthan a more: fertile soil oxigen exposure and becomes sebaceous or a part ot the strong astringent principle to the treaty in its original I he requested the said salvor to sendan '.

. with less of these necessary qualities; This is particularly evident whenever waxy.the ; residing in the myrtle berries.cKiu- form.: The arrangement: of this agent to Pensacola with him, to receive '

urieiI is poor but industry may renderit fixe: ;! oil perspires; for, in the act of transudation xts made with our wax must have some difficulty, which threatened not the money which they did ; but. having ,
productive. special properties, very desiraLde I in the arrived at Persacola he now refuses. to .
the fluids
, present themselves tieahi'ig of... ounds. only to produce a stormy discussion pathe s..id salvage. ., -
From the Eatt Florida Herald under the form of tenuous drops and cannot -
in both House of
ALkahse: in hot solution have upon Congress Therefore, in obediencft tb the above '
The Sweet fotatue.We wish fail to concrete into tallow or wax.
I i Thus is formed the sebaceous substance this* wax an action, which predisposes it but also to prottuct a Session already I libel, and the order; and monition; ot the

that so nutritious a vegetable, and I visible on the cAtkingi of the poplar of to bee.>.ne soluble in hot water ; a state likely to be- extended. too Court theron, under the hand and seal

one BO ntccstary to subsistence 'a* ui which it ntaj be very useful. thereof: ,to me directed and clel yerJ.l do
the pine and of the ainnt rotondi also..upon far, we are informed, is to b.at.
Thong southerners was more attended Mineral aid i appear to have but little Hereby Give '
the leaves of tlie roeiitayand of the: tributed the Notice -
a degree to .
action this great ,
and have far
Tis business upon wax not, so ,
to. tedious the exterior ofthe berries of '
a at thwica
sage ; ; .
indicated that they miltt contribute tits rxtrtions of Mr. Bcnion, of the to all and :!singular every person or persons ".
of the
for the cultivator to toil from terifcrat crown tebtjeruin
interested in the said
utility. Sfna'e.Povt. : schooner, her
one year's end to the othrr, on and uUo many abundantly others.; at the This extremity character of exists the No eays us it seems have yet been ........ apparel and cargo, that they appear "Stickle -; t-

his few acres, wasting his time staminas of numerous plants and at the made to dissolve tile myrtle wax in es. (cq iz !p t? J rAI; \ \}? ;, before the Court aforesaid at theCourt .

and wearing his sinews, and ..reap outside of their antheres this last mem seuf.al oils, such as tie od of Lavander VJ House in Pensacola, at the next ..
Lavandula Spicat and the oil of the Rose- -_ -- term thereof; then and there to interpose -
jug the poor man's reward at last. brancous organ offers, at the moment of ==>> ..
inary ; yet tue success which those oils their cJann: for the same, and to make
"Why is this I \\ hy,-Because the fecundation, a granular unctuous Or Pensacola.ENTERED. .
have obtained upon the Lalt the Succtn allegations in this behalf.. :
I"cel1ish which
du.ti or yellowish, easily '
the few acres that was plant- even the
same upon COjal'1111&lIt induce a fi
yields under the smallest pressure, and I presumption William Hebree. '
eo in potatoes, and corn a century obscrvasions demonstrate that tint they could dissolve a .
multiplied 17.-Schr.. Elizabeth t
greater of this April Forsyth Marshal it_.\F. .
ago, is still planted in potatoes this substance is oily or infiamable. itier of tlie proportion oilier waxthan ei N ew-Orleans, Cargo, 4J toiis kenlledget i Pensacola April 13th, 1826-7it.. .,.. :.
menstruums. Nor
and And these for the The daughter of the ce lebrated Unnceiis the U. S 7 barrels flour ;-: ,
corn. it been tried if added to the Navy Agent- S ,.. .;. : :
same length of time have subsisted has shown that the dust jifst described, several fluids mentioned cumpuor in this 20 do. whiskey, 20 do. pork 4 do. rice United States of America "
beingvaporiedby the action of the sun article, 3 calks wine, 15 kegs lard 10 barrels : : -! .
annual without oihernouirimrnt could not in apples
ap crop any stimulating their II.ctaon' ,
caught fire at the approach oi'a combustible iu ta J. Forsyth.-12 bales hay and 20 Distnct of West 1'lorida ss. -..
than a worn-out many cases, effectually dispose it for
ignited body & presented the phenomenon barrels flour to Her.ry Ahrens.-5 hhds.
of afforded. use in the art* generaUy "naiAejy fur.all 1 HEREAS a libel been .
toil and the dtwe heaven known in the rtuxiaiLia.Proust \ ; to order. Igl hath fi.ed.
in has verified ihat the ku.dd ot van.isu, fur the making of seal sugar : \gMin the District Court of the Uii. 1
AH a palliation fur. imbecility Spain ; Schr. Thorn, Day New-Orleans, Cargo
dust existing the smooth fruits, and ing wax and a multiplicity of oilier compositions. 15 barrels 2 hhs. ted States for W. Floruaon! the 4th Oct.
it has been said that, the upon whiskey bacon 5
: I 1825 six ht
which is commonly called. the down or fur bbls. pork Ipipe Cog'iac hr-.mdy, 2 bbls. against pipes of wine, com
Sweet potjtoc did no: require a fruit'is' What an untrpdden field this substance i monly called Red wine, that' '
oi the positively of the nature of] I dryed apples 3 ditto rice 8 kegs butter : stating,
rich soil. lias opened before us, it Shall not be George W 'arkley Esqr.
wax. \ casks,. porter, 5 barrels molasses, .12 acting Deputy
There Is nothing in nature to From those demonstrations it was concluded in vain, I hope ; at least:: ray fcttorts::, tho' bags rhot, 15 barrels potatoes, 10 sacks i Collector and Inspector of the Port ofPensacola

support this argument, and it is that Bees extract the lubstanc'e"fhat \, very feeble in luemselves! ,' siall not be oats, 96 barrels flour, 36 ditt., corn, 1 hath seized the said six half

We have I forms th. ir cells, out of the pollen''! wanting lo show bucu of its benefits as Imaybe ditto apples, 1 ditto cider to Jos.C. &. C pipes of wine as forfeited to the United '- .
repugnant to rea&on. i ubie to poiutout, and therefore States, for that on the 24th day of May Sin
of the plants: however, Hubert lias since C Ke'ser.-60 bb flour to, M. Crupper.
jutit taken up a most valuable: ) little shown that they continued to make the 1 :>>I1o&lJ continue this subject. 1*. -5"'bblsrf. whiskey tp F.JJasquier. the year of our Lord one thousand

volume& published under the patronage wax of their alveoles when they arc supplied .-1'I- Schr. Two Friends Beauvais, New Or. six eight half hundred of and wine twenty live ihe'aaid;

and tire Lion at the with whence it leans. pipes were attempted to ._
t rai sugar only ; can '
\ \' he landed from the '
SuUiu-C.tr lina Agricultural society hardly be doubted that sugar: contains: a : 94)1uA Schr. Bachelor, Fla New Orleans. Car- : Caravan, '. .
1/ at that-time lying in the harooi of Pensa 7
in Which is given the result oi 'principle which, when wrought by that animal Pi ices of Cotton. go, sundry to the Master. cola, which said Schooner as laded with
; can be manufactured into wax, 18.-Schr. Keyenue, :Taylor, New Or-
., three experiments.Mr. leans Naval Stores for goods, wares, or merchandize not the
Inch should be denominated animal JVci9Orlcan9t Caryc, U. S. Navy
in 1823 April 4.-LeUers growth of the United States,and the said
Middleton planted, Yard.
wax. -
from Havre ha.ye been received wine was attempted to be landed with -
two half acresin; potatoes-the one Wax is also a spontaneous, product of CLEARED. ..
with "
out the
Feb. have
1st having
to -'We not been complied provisions .
with whole sred, the other split vegetation ; the it forms: the'vat of nisH the so leavesof conspicuous able to obtain sight of them but April 15.-Schr. Hope, Reilly; Appa required by the thirtj ninth and forty >" _
on ,part ,
>> upper
both having previously been ma lachicola. 0 fifth sections of the revenue Jaws of the .. :

nured with litter fiohi the barn uuny b trees. from which it may be and extracted ,understand 1 that Louisiana new 19. Brig Ann Wayne, Thoma, New-. ,United States, in such case made and .,:,.,.. .-_ t
) first removing by water by of cotton Orleans. .
crop was sellin'g at Havre provided, whereby the. saXje became _
yard. The product from the cutreed alkohol all thai which is soluble; then, ; .. .
at from 27 to 31 sous, and Schr. TWO Friends Beauvais, New Or- forfeited to the United States*.nd prayingthe .t> '
was 56 1-2 bushels ; the other macerating the remainder in liquid amo- dull. leins. .usual process of the Court, that all "

-108 bushels. The first pro- .!niaTiciice the dissolved wax al.ould be Liverpool dates up to34n.. $AILED. .. .. persons interested in the said six half :.. s. $
, precipitated by sulphuric} acid. uary 26. state that fine '|lo|& ofUplands y of wine be cited
duced the'other April 17th.Schr. Elizabeth, Forsyth pipes may to appear and'r -
no alipB- produced .
abund ,, Wax: extracted from the Myrica Ceri- : (new crop) had been sold Apalachicola ; answer to the premises and all due pro-'.: :t .' s. ;.
slips in nee. fera is a substance of middling hardness. at 7' 14d. Boston March be had, that the
; 25. 18th.-Schr, Thorn, Day, Appalachicola. cetdings same may be f!
\1r. Bull, in 1822, selected and greater consistancc than Hee's wax. I Steady sales-. 70 bJes Uplandood condemned and forfeited to the use of the .

ground which had lt t"nYcll cow- At a certam point it hasthe brightness of' 2let.-U. S, Revenue Cutter FulaskI, United States, according .to the form of m"{.".
to prime 12 3-4 13 1-2 .
penned, and planted' it first with rosin, it is evidently more oxigeiiated thaI { a c. Capt. Polk,on a cruize to the Eastward:- the statute in such case made and provi. :, ,1. '

bees wax, but docs not pos&eh unctuoslty 1 Baltimore, March 27. ARRIVED. ded. S
blips, cuning them about 14 inches : which! the Litter in UK- We -
acquires had tIc importation this April 20th. U. S. Frigate Constellation 1 herefore, in pursuance of the rnoui .
long. The result 3)2 bushels. stomach of the animal. veek, but have rect>bed advices' Captain Woolsey ; bearing the broad lion under the seal of the said Cotjrivtome
It will be perceived that in The specific gravity of the myrtle wax ,.f somfwhm later dates,, from pennant of Commodore Warn ton. directed and delivered, 1 do hereby '
is 1,0150 water 1 being>> 1,0000 and bee'swLX
these attentionwas '
experiments great __ --- --
i Havre Nrw Orleans 1 Giveotice :
0,9648 : Doct. JSosloik. has verified vcrpool, ,.m:4a ,

paid to the quality 01'the' that Myrtlevux melts at the temperature cc. &c. In the whole c6mpass DAVID C PJNKiiAM, to all and t gular'every ierson.' or persons -

ground There is ho person on 109, whilst bee's wax requires 149 when (rum whence this i intelligence Counsellor ,at Law. interested the said six balf pipes .

,( earth, bO happy as the systematic bleached 155 in its raw state ; and thai comes, there is not pne of wjne that they appear ,bdorc: tile .
and' 'industrious planter. Such the former i is soluble to's greater amount jsolitary J AVIfJG fixed hiaresidence jit Pensa- Court aforesaid at the Court House in the

thri've and both ine9ier and in alkohol.* 0 tract io enliven the drbopinjg prosjiects '- J.JL cola wiirp tice law.in thecourts, Chy of Peiisacola On the' 'first Monday ofMay 4

persons always we The ..M'rtleVax, !burns with a while I before us. In England Up- of Kscambia, Walton; Jackson, Gadsden 1826 then and mere to interpose a -

Wish there were more of them. flame, it i produces but very little smoke I mds are qu..ted at 5dU 7; 1.2d-, and Leon- Counties, and 'also at Mobile. .claim (tor the same and to nuke their allegations <

Fnm tt. Churletton Cwitr.Agriculture and during its combustion exhales a slight, even ai these rates, where the He maybe found at his office next door in this bdia.lf. / .

J of till 'ouh.- pleasing and healthy at omatic.odour. below the Post.Office.S20 .
riw material paratively S lienjamiu, Wymaii, ,. 4-
Vhil niak- heut that boils a' costs :
_ our ;:gr'icuhuristi tire By a higher wax ;
- ihg laudable rtiquirirs, and sug- portion distils over like butler, this portion i iiotaiug, the spinners are unable REWARD; x Win.Sebree- Deputy ."larlat./ .. .

UTwhitcrUian before but has lost its t > tarry on" their reg lar opera- -".'
gt&ting beneficial rn: UNA WAY on the 23d March last a / S .
improvements _
lions. of the S'ManAat W. F. *
consi8t ncCl. in consecl'"ence. de.nufactured. named > : '. .5
as to the of culture of tbeptealinc negro man. :
t modes At a &It ill greater heat it is decomposed: 11 and for yarns and m Pensacoll April 6, 1266t.i&i .j -

. articles of produce a- it furnilshes a little water some sebasic -
g >ods.having fallen o to a great W1mUVJ A
thong; us, is a not important to acid and empyreumatic oil ; oletiant and i C tent.V&- quoteUpland fair. : Mtangement\ : -!

bvdro-curburalcd gases are developed ; .
ascertain \vht'iirr partial ,
a Claiborne.MaiLUEon : -
residuum of bituminous: cJitrcoal.bears q mlity Ida! 13 l-2cJ Thomas ..,: :
' the I Belonging1! to English
; tharigc or a diminished culture: of Unit Thursday at 3 P. M.ClosespnPridayatlgA. :
only a small proportion to the wax 1 New YortJtfarcA 29. Andrew is about Thirty'ycarsof i.-V.:
S ;'IV / *!. '
J. borne of those articles might not '
and /X. -
Some reduction 1 avinj been of age, slim made. speaks : ::
'ery idvantageotlsly take placi. rh Florida Myrtle wax requires, for fora .. .io: .- ./ .;.- -; .-
submitted to the part of the weU ; of a yellow complexion negro. :.TaI1ahasseaiE: :: ..
hether, for instance, the cultivation melting, a higher temperturethair-that>> on The above rewarcl'wijJ j be paid by apprtj '... --'t........ S.' r; ';'.'.'..-"t..0' '.",
11 Iders th& transa lions, since Doe rnSundayat3PM 5 i '
utioried'othCr5Qf. properties : toThomas ....
of h rcO't mt j bending said negrp, oa appjifiation
Cotton should be pufsu 0
." are also a little at variance with o last reporthayc. ecu ajiuleabama j English, Choctaw limit, Ala- Closes: on Sunday at.6 P. M. (v "

*d ivith the same, and with increasing those josi'described. ,all i esul.ting! from.the m )re extensive.. :Kew qrJra, i.i:b ania or to ..- .\VVHaseliHuni.. ,, ,. o

arJour, 'notwithstanding difference in the mode extraction. .14: 1.2a 15'; Uplands) H a 12 .2i1 % Jos.; C. & 0;,C. Keyser; Pi;iJ1ast <<
the and increase ot$ will be treated in a suUsequentarticle. 1st 186-. St. .
great growing Tins Pensacola, April -
12 s'acdl I
COtupiliuD at home and abroad, A U i-2 a I!. JPiin- : ,- i Aprfl15,18257..4Li1.i .' I ,., :

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PROPOSALS- 'r A raisctllancoua department: will be. : .. N.TICB. .- NOTICE. Pensacola' Book, Store.. 7 '
." ',J> .. iI, devot.d to the entertainment of those
I ,'" TOT } in NasliviljeJ; > LL personslre' hereby Notified tha t immediately to 'tin ,
pttblUhliig, Tennessee, i who are fond of occasional relaxation \ Tiamy intention -- ,
a Weekly J\; Paper'" to be,entitled the i front more severe employment, by the i I 'win aptfc at the next term' othe t J 8tituteasuitin the Superior Courtof JUST received per Brig St. Clair, di-
: perusal of tales, anccdtttcs, &c. Superior Co rt for the Western, IUs- the Western I)istrict-of: Florida, to.beheld 4 from New-York, and for sale as
Nat \
iona\ \ t\icier I Such is a brief outline of the objects met of Florida' b be holden on the fitS mt Pensacola) the first Monday of above,an additional assortment of Books

AND' intended to be accomplished by the publication :Monday of blaY,'xt, for partition of *tirq May next, on a certain mortgage bearingdate among which are the following
tracts of Land fing near the City: of Pen the 28th day of January 1824, given
ltt"arl, Political & Commercial Gazette. here proposed. It is meant to and
sacola i inc dinfi Galvez spring his Attorney NEW WORKS.
> combine the advantages of a magazine one by Vte. Sebastian Pmtado by
succesi-ful ac the other} jncluiin&the large house erected i in fact John de'la Rua, to Henry Mi-
and For the
)arf!'II E main object of the proposed complishment a newspaper.of thin design, the publisher by (;0... Wn. King( each containing circlet, for securing the payment of two Rothelan, a Romance of the English Histories ,

fi publication will be the developcimnt the aid and 800 arpens. Vhich said tracts of land are thousand dollars principal, with the :nterest.due ,
of the resources, physical! am! mental rely upon promised of owned by! me'n fee simple, as tenant in thereon : the property bound by Stanhope's Letters on Greece, in 1823
ot this young but thriving Knd important united efforts talents set oral and gentlemen common with tl! heirs and representatives said Mortgage i is, one tract of !land on theEscambia and 1824, with Documents on the Greek

section of our common country. distinguished acquirements of said Un;:deceased. lIver containing 2281- arpens Revolution, and the life of Mustapb
the editorial skill -
Connected with this object.as its means as well as upon experience F. .. Ali, t
and attainments of the individualto Arthur Hayne one tract on the Escambia River containing
and 1 its results will be the diffusion of : and 5000 -one tract on the Buchanan's Sketches of the North American
whom its snperintendancc his Attorney.
intelligence of every description calculatrrl by of.Pensacola 2180 Indians, with a plan for their meliorat'on .
interest and benefit the comnm- principal management will be confided.It I Febr'y 28th 1&6.-1-8-. Ray containing arpensone '
is surely tirac that some exertions lot on, the Public square opposite ,
nH\.the vindication of our jut reputation Seville the Theodoric, a Tale, and other Poems
were made b\ the intelligent and public- the Square,.also the Lots on by
the support; of our right, and the spirited citizens of Tennessee, to vindicate NOTICE.VTis Public Square numbered 11, 14, 13, 15, Thomas Campbell,
promotion of our interests, not only as insti 16 and 18. The Cook's Oracle, containing Receiptsfor
the literary character of the. State, !,' ( my intenion immediately to ,
Amrric.au> but us citizens of the west. '' ls the Court of Plain Cookery, &c. &c.'&c.
aid to demonstrate 'he extent of her' lute a suit, n Superior John Leerilliam
The paper will he, as its name imports, of the British
mental l, muta!, and physical re:murce .- the Western Dfctrict of Florida, to ue Biography Stage,being
eminently national.: It will have no narrow Nothing i* wanting out v. concentration held at Pehsacoaoii the first Monday of .4u'"for Mortgagee. Lives of the principal Actors and Actresses .

will views, swill. be devoted to no party, o! effort.>> It is hoped, (therefore that the I, May ext_ pn a Certain Mortgage, bearing Pensacola 28tb Feb.1826-2arn4m. ,

encourage no prejmlices. It will bedesicfprd importance; of the object will lurmsli a sate 15th : September 18-1, given by The History of Matthew aid, by the

at once for the trrttificationand: sutScjent 'stimulus, and that Tennessee: Charles: Bejeler Charles Ivy for securing author of Valerius &c.Hallam's .

improve'nc'it the of the scfioiar, 'he lover of ; lit Ito longer! be cont .lt with the hume the paVmeit' of 684 dollars principal, NOTICE.Noah View of Europe during the

sc'-nce profrssiotul man, the farmer, 2 obtctiri'ty to which she !has lathe to with the; interest due thereon. The land Middle Ages,

the mr ch.cnt, the mechanic the friendof been destined. Such a publication as snow bound by suid Mortgage consists of 320 H. Allen ) The Spanish Daughter, '

'r -l/ion. the. freemason, tie: phil.in! ; intended, is au important desidera- arpens, situate on the North western side vf. Attachment The Human Heart,

tre thr'>iij .tf the: :;statesman the politician, ;! turn and conducted with zeal, may -10 of the mouth of Escambia River on a partof Vlaturin Simon j The Highlanders, a Tale,

tnt'.I.'n"j" fftbrtu er.; he ami made tl'c' light ttirmsh reader.K .- :| doubt furnish facilities for the increase as which the, town of JBeeU-rsville is laid this case an attachment has been is /Scenes in Europe, Scenes in4Amencar
to IN
wejl as the display of our literary attaint out. and a suit instituted in the Superior The Blank Book ofa small Colleger,

.f.thjC;.r: i. se it.nce Vinous nourish1 tiit: ; >,;:;; vnd palatable, 't,I meuts. THe proposal i is therefore re Jbhn Lee Williams, Court of the Western District of Flo.rida. Living Plays, 4tfe, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, '9tb., ,,

A ',;,eral nor' ,. or' ,u rolumnswill he !( bpectfully offered to the public, with the I Attorney ftr Mortgagee. and 10th volumes,

CCM."i bv ..ii, usa! atides, on litera-1':'I I utmost confidence of adequate eucoiiragcmetit Pensacola. |3d Dec. 1825-41-2am4m. Noah H. Allen TOGETHER, WITH _

'ter". a.: l..c di.:,,', Sled the number, tal- |I| and support. 6y his Attorney Paley's Works complete in 5 vola

.- er.'i *l.r. -C..] t remetits of the !j.entlefnen I Terms. Rollins Ancient History, 8 vols.Plutarch's .
l'l.. ,*0\8; Pensacola March, 15th 1826.-3-6t. .
who art I pledged to contribute, arc I Lives, 8 vols. .
.i a sufficient tfuiranty for the respectability I I TOE !tiA rcnx&rL IANNL-R: is printed on a].1 5 l'Elti 1 I NU per Brig Amos Palmer a Jose phus's Works, 6 vols.Hamilton .

'and \-,'iur 'A those articles. The most !! large) Superroyn; bhect with a small 11 :ill' JLft.' ; tarn New York, and Harriet from on Purgatives,

int, I.,,*!'n.. new Works, which from timeto : type, entireU ',est, and procured exrsssli \.IJ'eans: I NO r1.CE Armstrong on Typhus Fever,

tin.t may issue from the press, both in .! r for the purpose. it is :)ubl'siirn )lure y tight i Cases and: Bales Dry Goods Miner and Tully on Fevers,

this country and Europe, will be noticed 4.y Joiu S. SiMi'sn! *;, at three doiUr; J. suited o the season, comprising, John de la Rua, \ Orfila'- Practical Chemistry, by Coxe,

and i--ticised, The situation and pi'rgres.of year, pa able i advaiicc, or tour dollars vs. Powel on Contracts, i
Super cambric Prints
our own literary institutions will store end of tut ,}"c&r. Advertisements The heirs of Turner Morse's New Gazetteer,
Common do. do.
be stvctly' attended to, and frequently will be inserted on:the usual: terms. 1''rencli Call i coes Stark the heirs of IN PARTITION Walker's Dictionary, Octavo and Pocke

point' schools acadeaiies and col- received and at this om'ce K. Call, James Ram-
D} -ommon .a) De seen ; HombalMte assorted colours Thompson's Seasons, 1 vol. gilt,
5 leji.'. established and patronised among where subscription will be thankfully: re H08crj worked robes, age, and all others Beauties of Shakespeare, do.
ouselves, will be especially regarded and ccivetl.-Ict.1'cr.: L'ucttzI.NOTICE.. ,degant concerned. k ? Campbell's Poems, do. '
Luce.bal' dresses
most zealously encouraged. Scientific J- .... lHE above named John de la Rua will 1 Hervey's Meditations do.
Brown & ,
researches into the geology and natural : Superfine tleachedshirting do. sheeting do. r..1 apply at the next term of the Supe Pilgrims' Progress, do.

history of the western country, will claim nor Court, for tJie| District of West Florida j Pope's Works, 2 vols. do.
of Administration on the Plaids and furniture
particular attention wh Ie its jStipes ; to be holden at Pensacola the
topographyand LETTERS on first Lights t''c Shadows of Scottish
Col. John Miller -ceased), checks shirting, ticking &c. &c. Life, do. -
statistics will be occasionally noticed. Monday of May next, for partition of a certain
been the subscriber, b 12 boxes Lots & shoes fine &
having ) coarse,
E\cry thing likewise connected with its tract of land, lying and being to the ALSO,
the Court for the County of Es- 2 trunks dies' silk Mohair and Mo-
County f. : ,
of The Sorrows of
first; settlements, rapid growth and pre east 13ryou'rexar: in Escambia County Wetter, Vocal Standard
demands .
cambia all having against sloes
{ sent condition, will be carefully sought ; persons rocc containing four hundred arpenlsmoreor Life Franklin, Paul and Virginia, '
said estate are requested presentthe 5 crates ik ohhds. china and ,
after and'fully detailed inuetA- crockery, less, commonly known by the name of William Tell, Gulliver's Travels, &c &c'
and those
Reports will be furnished of the pro same,imtaediateiy, glass! \ware, Gonzales tract-one undivided thirty W. Has ell Hunt.
ed are desired to make: pay -.ent to 4 cases 2 trunks assorted Saddlery
ceedings of our highest courts of law, sixth part whereof is owned and
Hunt 10) fine conVn & wool hats possessed April 12th, 1825.
W. Hasell cases snp-jr
; and of important: legal decisions; and in fee simple by the said John de 1 la: 0
; communications on medical subjects ddministrutor. 2'trunks fine! cutlery, Rua ; one half part of the whole by the Star of the Soutli -
2 2truiAs made
cases | ready clothing,
with accounts of extraordinary and said heirs Turner Stark twelve
cases Pensacola, jAt 27.I826-48-H\v. 5 ; thirty Sit is now intended to commence
Their modes of treatment, will be given'l'he : ,- "-- pipes fd Cog: Brandy, sixth by the said heirs of Jos. Philips 11. the publication of the
Star of
1 old Madeira wine the
man of btlS lIt ss will! find, under A. K DON; IOu pipone sucksgiouim& pipe' salt. four thirty sixths by the said It. K. Call 1 South, on the first Saturday of May next
our UA NEn, much that be usefuluanti f and one thirty sixth by the said James
may all those
ittorneySi Counsellor at Law i I 4 tons iron I. assorted sizes, persons who have, or intend to
interesting to him. No pains Willbe t Ramage as tenants in common-and this subscribe for it desired
4 niiiidlci steel are to send their ,
ap.M-fd to procure the earliest, most mi- 'fi..fiAS resumed the practice of his ptofession I I1J 3 cask h' notice is given to all concerned in the aforesaid L. names (free of postage) to Milledgeville
')es, ,
audareiirateintdlienceoftheslat e 4 : in the several Courts of W VstFlorida. I 13 che.-ts fresh tract of land, pursuant to an act Georgia: by that time, directed to then
of!!,.* markets both foreign and domestic. Any business confided to lUll!, I 2 (boxes Ir nin.siurd tea, assorted, U to provide for the partition of lands i Editor of the Star of the South.
1A: nespomlence will be opened and careful this Territory."
wil11'cceiti" prompt and atten 1 box Although a full prospectus of this pub-
rc''difaY: maintained with New Orleans I tion. lie stay be consulted at his oiiiccm 5 nhds Cayenne, dleaiii) pepper, J n. de la Rua. lication has been printed in number of
sugar, new crop,
and tae: cities
principal eastern SPl'i i Pensacola.
20 buls. t'rtjsn; flour, Pensacola Feb. 3 1826. 49 8w.PENDLKTON newspapers the States of Georgia,
, -
, of
dally! wr the purpose procuring andlurching \ January 2rth; 1876.C01INKLL. 20 coflce. South Carolina and Alabama, and a i-um-
r in derv bugs: Havana green ,
such : --- -
intelligence as berof subscribers
obtained-yet it
nlhtc important 1 to the merchant and ALSO i IN STOHK, not be amiss may
l.xeE' -'fS. again lo give the character
the -rmcr. The prices ef our staple productions I: Jl1.' Ed I 70 Kentucky bagtjmg; I i and terms of the paper. ,

and of the principal articles olimportation f Late Editor of U The PortGibson CarIKSBNTS 45 [1'*. Scotch do. 1i Ytr'its. respectfully The Star of the South will be devoted -
the extent of the demand! i 12 p- i'ovd do.7U .
i I'1rtfOLT113 to the illustration and defence
of the
.eti/wllI/t'II, the Ladies cf Pensacola
eoils! bale
tin ":ltel of exchange &c. \\ill be given i lie! citizens Natchez, rope and interesting doctrine of the Universal holiness
;: to vicinity, that she will dress and repair
f J50 uundtibadin twine
with as much promptitude and accuracy : of : i umltr { ; and eternal of
tatc'' AiisVsipj:! > Bonnetts. She will also extract happiness the souls '
as possible. A poition of the paper will I oLonld: 1 2 tons assorted Cl')lings,. stains an\ of all the human family and the
,I 4' be uniformly devoted to the subject ag' appertain to an individual, ck'sig) : tiieadvancement 1) hue' 0 c I Claret, or mild w, and if requisite will dye thena God, by a society of Believers on Christ:
4 b d _
(culture and tae mechanic and manu (pxcs 0 port, the Lord."
r of hi inures!, 1
own elegant black which
very ill be dura
ill be furnished with 30 !Jhis. wliske I ', '
facturer \\ tccount.s.lS )
usef'ilnss to the co'-itmunity, proposalsto ,' ble. TR'ZMS.The .
full be obtained of the lU 1s oods'patent ploughs! ,
as can most:
publish in the city ot Natchez, a weekly Pensacola, April7th,1826-6--3t. Star of the South will'be
2J printedon
valuable improvements that may from kl'gS gr uudpatnts, assorted colours,
tine to time be made in the productions I pupcr: lo be called' 7 kegs tap, good paper, and with a fair type every

of the arts: nUll in the various:: species of THE Stars: soil leather, List ur Lfcttcus other Saturday, at g 1 50 per annum,

jn: crinery.Thf! 'atl.\\ '\ '4S-i\\ -r., I I.11TUl Side J per do. payable bee on the receipt of the first num '

great efforts thlt'.are niakinj,; for. i Cal\\'s' 'kins, REMAINING in the Post Office' a' to the Editor at Milledgeville, Georgia
thc diffusion of moral AV\ religion truth PublicImperial .'ltlverl"r 8 bbls 10: rand lump sugar, on the 31st day of March l I whose name will appear-or g2 iu

:IP i'\e extension of the blessings of civ- Upon air !Beet! with new coats 30 bask.t.reet oil, 1826, which if' lOt taken out within three three months thereafter.

ilz: ti<:n, wilibe carefully watched and nals of the first: quality,at tljc: ; same price 2.) boxes a surtcd window glass, months will be forwarded to the General] It will be folded and stitched in a 12 mo.

the r results made kill .vn. Uiihout t i t- and under similar r ;uaio"s! with other 45 kegs cu nails, Post Office as dead letters. form, of 12 pages in each number, or

ter. g. into the disseutioi.s of secUvrnncortroversy papers published in the tate. qr. cask';Madeira, Teneriffe and Malaga : A.-James Alderdice, Gasden C. Ash more-but will be increased in the nom

or attending to furnsh theJefrls The materials will probably arrive about 'tie, for sale by on. ber of pages, in proportion as the number -

missionary enterpr.ze; a faithful 1 the last of next month and the first nimbtr Stone & B.-Celestine Bald eras, James G of subscribers may increase.

} reroidwill he given of the most important will appear: immediately thirreaiicr! December Boughau 12, Wm. J. Belt 3, Simon Bryan,, It is hoped that the publishers will be

in'.elligence: respectiuj; the progressof J. (:. has: no neniics, and wii iude 1 th,1825. James Bognlan 2, James Breivster, Sum;, believed, when they sta -that their ob

;; 'u.. holy religion in every part of the serve any. I He has friends and will serve Biddle 2, Robert L. Browning, John I ject is not to collect] funds, but to disseminate
\rorli! them, when it can ht' done without a sa- orO 1'1 GL.r Barrow. what they believe to be highly

A turner will be occasionally devotedtOi crilico of propricII. kn>,:vr.s no pat C-Charles H. Caldwell, James R interesting information their fellow-

\account of masonic proceedings, so }' ; if there be one, he does not belong ,larr \ Childs 2, Doct. Peter Christie 2, Marv: creatures ; and to secure1 which they

far ':'0 the} may be deemed interesting to to it. He invests hm ail in tins attempt, \v.1JaJ' Attachment. Collins 2, Alexander Clendinen 2, J. B* solicit communications from men of genius

the craft and worthy of publication ; and and will with cheerfulness, succeed or John el'auxIN Cazen ve, A. Clark, Lawrence F. Carter,, i generally-and for this purpose the

arefrom 'ister will be furnished of the) fail, as he shall 4csCr\' :. this: cash suit has been commenc eel Cenj. Clements, ,!amt's Colville, William Star will sustain such that may be intended =

I olfu .T!> time tu time. elected in the He had commenced a considerablesetting by attadimrnt on one half Jut No 190, Bampbell, Arthur Callis,Isaac N. Coxe,, to dispute its general doctrine ; but

.. stv ral grand lodges and grand chaptersthroughout forth of his republican principle s ; and lot 7U, \\1tllch attachment is returna.ble Ciemiaii Clark. Ezekiel Cobbs the right of animadversion must always

the United Stales. of his determination to be indd tigablcnlzealous t\ the S uperior Court at the b by D.-J. O. Deverin, Thomas Delphy,, be allowed to the E litor, but which will

Nor will political topics and the news ; of his devotion to the public I Term. Erany N Dean. be exercised in the spirit of candor, and

of the day overlouk.-d.. -A summary weal, with all the customary ET CLTE- I A Gordon E.-Enoch H. Everett. with the politeness gentlemen, tenderness .

I \vii i! ue }given, in a condensed form i intlerd RAil of an editorial DEBUT, but has: erased 1 F,-Samuel! Fry, Antonio Fernandez.G. ., of Christians, consideration of philo-

:Imtas much in detail as the limits tier whole, and means the :>auieand more, I .llttorriev for Pluinti, ". .-Arch'd M. Green, Augustin Greek so pliers, and a love of brothers, whom it "-

fJf'iIiCh a pttblication will permit and as by saying "I WILL UO MY DUTY." Pensacola of,rch, 24 1 26.-4-. Marten Gorden, James Gayton, Joab is believed all mankind are.

much so probably as the mass of readers Natchez, February 13, IB 6. Gaines. Editors of papers in the Southernand

may deem important, of the prominent .., -, -- H.-Joseph W. Hall, W. Hasell Hunt,I Western States, who are friendly to the

occurrences it. our own and foreign coun Notice is Given IUlh SALE. Henry Holtslander, Mr. Hughs, EdwardHie liberty of ,the mind, and free investiga

tries. proceedings of Congress and Hereby key, Pleasant M. Huie. ion, will please insert the above, as often
of the State Legislatures will be noticed; HS7' at the next term of the Hon. lIE sub criber, Executor of the last I.-Edward Ingram. us they may think'proper.

and such as are material and of general the 'County Court I will present the Touar,VIII lath a 1(1 If Pcns.\cnJa Testament deceased of Francis off' I I.-,Joseph R. Jarvis 2, Alonzo Jackson Fide and Amore.Tenaacola .
and vouchersand y ers
interest, minutely recorded.It accounts apply ftva final Dennis Jones, Elisha Jones, StephtiJohnston
is not intended to in of settlement of the Estate of Isaac forsdle thc )Ilowiub property, belan g' 2.K.Wn.. ,
engage any ins to the Es ate of the said dedeased viz
Levis deceased. :
thelittle political controversies of the undivided M. Kai g, JohnKcIlar.L. Ga
lime half of a Tract of Land ette
,+ times, nor to raake this paper the vehicle Sebastian Barrios, containing ,I .-Doct. Thu. Lawson, G. Loom, ,

(,personal or part techng. It will occasionally Administrator II II I I Isaac Lockhart Lodge No. 17, Wm. K, PUBLISHED :EVER: SATURDAY,

!however, be devoted to the Latimer, W. A. Lacy, John p. Lock ',, BY W.
t.' ... support of what are deemed important Sto\a& at St. \\lK8 : (1 mE: s> James B. Lardner, Charles T. Loxley, I I. HLT ,VT

cardinal political principles. It will some Wentworth Larkin, Fras. Lasselle.M. SOLii EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR,

( times discuss questions of political eco- 211E subscribers, having erected a : Situated Ni'rtn !Kast of Bayou de la .-Jos, L, Moorehead 2, EdwtnW PubUtheroftheLaiosofthe United Stake
will inculcate Trucha, on the' bay of San Mary de G-n 1. Moore and of the
nO\1.\\ It respect for our large and commodious WAKE I Amoy Moore I'cater Mullan, R Territory of Florida.
f't! ,,; t and State constitutions, and a HOUSE and WHARF at St, larksvilI'' vez, about twenty one piiles from tht* McKennon, Euos: McCoy, John Me Don SUa8Ca11'TIO -, .Year 5

e 1i'if''' deviating: compliance with their receive goods on consignment, for storage City of Pensacola : and a aid, J. McCampbel Geo.. A. McC U- Half'Yea!'. 3

Y r; 'pr"\. ,.10\:'. It will (discountenance allinterference or 9M1eon commls in. Th charges Margaret McRae. Quarter year 1 50,

s U".jll"' between the several, will be moderate.-.such as are customary, i is !! HOUSE & LOT N.-F. Norcom.P. Single paper twelve and an half cents.

departments; < of tile! &;U'crnment1,1) all and the sttictcsitattentiun will be paid to I :.:. .::. I, .-D. C. Pmkham John Parker J. S. Subscriptions payable in advance.

Y. uni! *ce.v ary and dangerous collisions be- the receiving and delivery of any good: Paine, George Pendleton, Robt. Potttnger. ADVXR.TIUNa-tverv! advertisement
tv.'V'i: the Stales respectively and the nation consigned., in the City pi Pensacola, fronting on ; of the width of one column and( measuring

It It will discourage sectional jealous! N. B. A large assortment of Groceries Alcaniz btreetbaid lot containing 52 feet R.-J. -D. Rawlings, Daniel Le Roy & not more. than twelve lines of this type,

its Iud local'prejudices.. Hut while and Provisions always kept on hand, for front by 80 fef deep and known in the Co. 4. first insertion one dollar,each weekly con,*

it stn,'cS tHus to cultivate a :latiolluspirit, sale on moderate terms for cash, Plan' ofthc Cit>(ai number 112. S.-James SchenkS, J.* Street N tinuance 'fifty cents; longer and widei

i: wilt boldly maintain the rights and :siealo'us' John & N ath. llamleo.llelrrtl1fC The above property will be sold on H. Street, N. Shackelford, George V Y.; ones at the same rate. Rule and figure
r '} support the interests of the western credit-one l h l 1I0t'the purchase man ey mithVilual11 S-nitli,Joseph Synionds work, double price for the first insertion.

country It will endeavor to point to be paid in on year and the remainder Jessee Stroud, Andrew Simpson. Advertisements will be tastefully display.

:' out the claims of the ,west, by developing! Messrs. Hyde New and Merrett, in two year?, payment. to be secured T.-F. Thornton' 8, James Thayer- ed, according to the nature of them, and',
) character of this Orleans. I\ y: notes, on the 2: Luk will be
the real younger portion Marks March premises. Townly' Richard ce. measured by matter of this sized
r. of the confedereacy ; and r without undervaluing St. 1st 1826-2-4t. wiit'mortgage\\ < V.-)rear Vigneaud.W. tvpe. When inserted at intervals, (that

the gUts or merits of the citizens jdcrio q,ulna. .-John T. Warheld 3, ;Melanthon rt, not inserted every week,from the first

of other section of the country, it will Warehouse at St. Marks. Pensacola l7th March 1826-3tf.Deerskins T. Woolsey 4, Lewis, Warrington 2, Wm. to the last insertion) each insertion will _

.. : assert the equatrights and merits of the C. ,Whittle 2, Edward Woctlun
Neal ..
t gloom advertisement.Amounts .
intelligent M ns of the subscriber has lately erected near i Wilkinson Charles
brave, hardy, > THE Wayne, Charles Wile ,
The of landing at St. Marks: a commodious ind llccsvax.ht on demand. .
:,;..-t vrt. immense importance turnpike son. i
",. } 1 road*,.ouiids and other branches of and secure WAREHOUSE, where 1 pric- will be Y.-Elizabeth Young Michel 03: Liberal contracts will be made I.
HE market i .
highest given Yeag er
mtt'real nnprox :mcnt, will be illustrated be is prepared to receive goods, eitheron .i. Deerskins with those who wish to advertise by lhe'>.
in Ciuht fpr Beest I
anu t-r.lorceJ, &ncl'evexYeffort: will bema Storage or Commi ion. t t :W..Has ell Hunt year. "VXT .
:r to Tnduce the,people pi' Tennessee I Wm. Wright. wax, by (: : *AH communications to the Edith *

tq, givethem'; at lease.a ,'experiment. St( Marks, Dec. *0th,,1825.-27-tf. Join Jernson; jr. Pensacola, Apriil8t-1836;,** Poll ./Jlalter. must 5e post paid, or they will be attemptr!
: -( -3t
1 to or not/>IS suits hlscdflteiucucer, .J.- : ,* '

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