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: May 6, 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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PUBLISHED; EVJBT SATURDAY, I Provided, ; t leave her placid majesty, for the but the recollection of that form,. ungovernable whirpool. a Her
B\ W. HAStiLL i HUNT i in this sec< splendour of art. s'.rain of music and is concomitant depression of&pirits hopes were bright as the brightest -. :
Ron EDITOR Aflt PROPRiETOR, I I tend to bursting forth from a large iI. pervaded every thing I that now gild the existence of .r
Prrb1ither of the Ia-a'of the United States !! from the ium .nated building near the out. attempted, and it was not, till af- yon thoughtless crowd. Her furm. i
ail/I of the Territory of Florida. ry notes skirts of the town, bade me hasten I ter many mistakes in the writingof wasfriras, Ujefairea* ; her voice ti',;
Sl'JS&CBlrrloN-Year Half 3 5 to be outward ; and the full orbed I letters, and other preparations as sweet as the sweetest. Where. .
Quarter year year 1-0 vice, but in moon-the bright blue arch of: prior to a departure on a longvoyage are they now ? WitheredwithBred.witheredand :a
Single paper: twelve aril an half: cents. pay or heaven-'he glittering stars-the that towards evening as I shr, who :t Jd
Subscriptions' payable in advance. withheld in breeze from the mountain, and the sat in the stern of the vessel, gliding possessed lhm all, cold silrni "
A1J"EnTlill'Gvery Advertisement it shall be aerial spirits "fancy formed," before' a fair and penile and neglected. As 1 said this, --.L;:
of tlit width of one column and measuring ing officer, were all,neglected to join in the breeze, that was to waft me for a my fool struck against smell up- 1
lines of this
not*more insertion than one twelve dollareach weekly type cor.-, : part, his aj fantastic mirth, the restless gaye- length of time from the spot that right white stone in my path T"e <,
firs tinuance fifty cents; longer and wideiou port \ ty, and excited spirits of a ball- had given rise to them I could blow roused rm from my rv' 'yf ;I
s at the sa. ne rate. Hule and figuretv the room.I feel even an ordinary degree of I started, and gazing around me, ..:
irk, double price for the first insertion. lance due; entered-Joy appeared smi- composure. found I had unconsciously nt*'red -.
Advertisements will be tastefully displayed ty of the ling upon every lip-and the lip Three years of varied i good and the little churchyard, and was now ;
of them
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will, according he mea_ured to by matter nature of this size days for the moment might have been evil, had passed over my hf'ad, at standing on the self same spot: J i
tyj>e. When inserted at intervals, (that to be com moulded by .the feeling of the towards close of a cloudless where I had stood years since. .i t
is. not inserted every week,froth the firstto linquent heart The coquette, the prude, summer day, I again entered he The oppression at my breast became ;e
the last insertion) each insertion will Approved : the libertine and the! man of no river, and again hailed that place, intlll"rdbtt', 1 looked up The 1
\f charged as a new advertisement.- nour, were seen there, almost which though containing but f IVw music that then floated: through the i
'Amounts OH 'i'nstil'for.. advertising payable alwa}s An act to [ without a show of difference ; all beings endeared to me, either by air. from the gay assembly, and I
'bein thrown off in the love or friendship had contained filled soul with delic.oua
,;j" Liberal contracts will be made the disguise yet my a
with those who wash to advertise by the Be it excitation of the moment, The a charm within is too pu- rap'.ure; now fluted by but imparting ,, ;
near.j House of laugh and the joke, the lender tent to allow it to be totally indif a more melancholy ca4f !
All communications to the Editor United St I word, and still more tender glance, fe..ent to meu nee. to ray car. The gisto Jr. .a
wist A**]>osi ptuI, or they will be'fctttende'I
to or not,as suits his convenience. gress each had their turn, and each individual AndNwhat is she to me, or I math me was greenhe forest in t.:
tract of seemed equally happy ; to. her ?" thought I, as my steps, !Ie distance as dark and the riverflowing '
Lucas of the United States. of I but it was all a feverish ecstac, as it were mechanically, directedme un: far from me, as clear .
C- a base line, an artificial beatitude, that- could towards the spot, where I had and una uffi'd as they were thin.
rence Line not last. last; seen ht'r.U She was happy haonly' .
i same is Yet among them I beheld r why am I not so ? She was be I + :
.rip : made a part thought I beheld, one, that seemed loved-why am I sad ? Love has hght breezr fanned a few light ..
and all that "not of earth, earthly"-one not bound me to her-why then clouds over, its surface, as it did '
of I who smiled, yet smiled not as i' am I thus interested in u being, ht-n.. A thousand he-ivrnly spi-
base line, that smile could nrat be as sweet whom I have seen but once, and rits seemed wai d. ring r-.und 1 '
sas Land elsewhere ; who spoke, yet spokenot who, even if she saw me, gave tne, as they did then-bill whrrre
same is ns if rer word could not thrill but a hasty" glance, and thoughtno was she ?- .. ,
u .'..L'v : made a as softly a* all times ; who seemed more of me ? Pshaw this is I cast- my _eye upon the Atone .
) cc Land happy, yet not as if it prClccfd- a foolish chimera, mere boyisl. at my feet, and bnlirld eng a*-d .
nothing in ed alone from her present situation ness, which ought to be steak .n thereon the following simple
v be construed but as if it were alike equable off continued I, as steppingmore words : "She who sleeps in s'.lercgbtneath
vey or fn all places-alike tender-alike firmly, and holding my head this stone, w.\s once Eu- ,.
4 i whatever heavenly. Oh she was beautifulas more erect, I once again entereti gmia M mien My heart was .
I whereof is if the munificent hand that the hall, where then she stood unrivalled almost bursting.
Approved formed her, had shared among others the queen ufbeautyandwhich --. .
an equal proportion of various was now open unchanged, From the National Journal. :
BY AUTHORITY.PUBLicNo [ excellence, but had stampedthe presenting the same scene ol A statement of the *ui&.aice of ;
[ 17 ] ;I An act for brighest, the purest perfectionof c Id magnificence which then L all the res,-lutions, submitttd: to A,
An act to confirm the supplementary} report one term of each upon her alone. did. It seemed, as I looked upiit the House of Representatives, during "
of the the \Ves- Western I
Commissioners of
tern District Louisiana.. Be it Yet she I was gay.ne smilethat that a week had scarcely t- the present session of C..n- ,
,' J-e if eactfd by the Senate arid House of shone in h-rif--ye and playedover lapsed since I last beheld'it. Again }tress, on the subject of amending" .-1-
/{"use of Rr/irexen'ativcs of the United S, her lip, seemed as bright and I gazed aruund me on the the Constitution of the United /
United States of America in Con- gress as heartfelt, as those of the more joyous assembly. There were States, with regard to the mode of .
grew assembled That the ol the lively and volatile beings, around some, whom 1 had seen, when 1 electing the President. and Vice '
claims marked B described in tern her. She like them, mode the was last there, and there were President;
tIlt; supplementary l report of the directed to "merry make," but there was that ,. several new faces to 611 the void, I. On the 9th of December,
C n. mivsirrier, of the Western in the in her step and her airthat show left by those who had graced it 1825, by \ir. McDuffie-to elect > r
District of the State of Louisiana, second \ ed sh, danced not, to he admiredor then, but were now absent. But the President and Vice 'Presidentb
dated the I llth of :May, one thoubantl hereafter envied. Though excelling all my glance towards these was a ) a uniform system of voting by .
right hundred and flute n, place, on a't around ner, as the pensive moon hurried one. Where was the an- Districts and :o prevent a choiceby
and recommended by them for October, in does the smallest star, yet did gelic form on whom it then rested the House of Representatives.
A' confirmation be; and the same Sec. 2. tnat excellence beam more brightly and on whom it now wished to 2. On the 16ih Feb 1826, by .
air ;hereby, confirmed in the same ed, 1 hat that she endeavoured not to display rest ? Where was she, who had Mr. McDuffie, as a suhs, -ute.
iP"''iier, and under the same .restrictions cesses, pl it, or call the gaze from o- given the charm, that had rivet-., The same as the foregoing, and '. .2.
as the report, to which ceedings thers to ht.'rself-whilr the splen- ted my fancy and my reason, alikein io make the districts, in each State.
t :b was supplementary, was con- ing in the dour of her charms was at the its fetters ? It was in ain I correspond with the number of
fi -,'"d. li- 'he act of Mie 'wmiy- shall have same time heightened a* well as asked myself the question-\\ Senators' and Representatives to
ninth of April, one thousand eight termined, softened by the very modest) was in vain I gazed aruund me ; which it is en itled-each districtto
hundred and sixteen *- day of which strove to hidit.. !form after form passed by me, as h.iveone vote.
JOHN W. TAYLOR, ner as they Such was Eugenia Mornton joyous, and as careless as they had 3. Dec. 14th, 1825, by Mr.Mit- -
Speaker; of the House of Representatives. he second when I first saw her. The artless passed me then ; as joyous and as c.-,ell ,}f 'renl1t' stt:. To render
JUAN C,CALHOUN, the act had playfulness of child hood, just con- careless, as if they were to be thus Senators and Representatives in. 4>
V;ce-President President lf the of the United Senate.States, and Approved- trasting yet mingling with the forever-as if the hand of death capable of holding office within
Approted March 31, 1826. ... bloom eighteen, while the arch could never part them from those the terms for which they shall
JOHN QUINCYDAIS. JJllS naivete of the youthful maiden things they admired the most or have been elected and for a year ,
-- tPUBLIC ..-- was Jut tinged with the pleasing loved the dearest on eartn. They thereafter
[ No. 18 ] seriousness of the affianced bride. parsed me but she was not among 4. Dec. 29th, 1825, by Mr. Cook.
An act to provide for the employment of Eu I Her lover stood beside her.gazing them. The sad forebol.ling thoug For a uniform system of voting by

Be it an enacted additional naval the force.Senate and The \ I with intent, yet respectful fondness that hung over me then, again districts, directly by the qualified .-
House by cept when a upon a being-such as all flushed on me-I could scarcely voters ; to prevent the, election
of Refirmentatives of the a gentle w might imagiiu breathe-l leaned pillarfor
United States a spirit belongingto against a devolving on Congress, and the
of America in Congress ver it, like better. a brighter sphere.A .- support, and in :a: ;hurried and eventual l choice to be from the two
assembled, Thathe fulluW? it, playing being, which he himself agrated voic, inquired of a young higruat on the list previously voted
;. ing sums be, and they arc hereoy, moment I inouglu far brighter, far more excellent female, with whom I had had for, arid to be made by States
respectively appropriated for defraYing holy lustre. I than either. some slight acquaintance, and ; 5. Jan. 11, 1826, by Mr. Phelps.
ioifie the expenses of the Navy ning as a I gazed upon this vision as it who at that moment came laughing In case Tie question SHould come .
year one thousand eight wander in, were a.most involuntarily. There and giggling towards me, before the House, and, after two
hundred; and lweny six, in add i- upon.-An seemed a sort of fascination about where was Eugenia Mornton ? ballots, there is no choice, the e-
ti'>n to the sums heretofore appro- cold reality n, thai rivetted mine eyes unconsciously Eugenia Mormon Eugenia lec=ion to be mad' by lot, to be .
priated ilia' by law for that object, in spite of ; upon it-but as I gazed, Mointou 1" repeated she in a drawn by the Speaker, from Uie' I
is to sa> : fancy, with a feeling of unaccountable sadnessby more serious tone, as if trying to names of candidates having' the '
For pay anti subsistence of petty shackled by degrees stole over me, such as recollect whom I meant ; "Do highest numbers put into a ballot .
officers, and fur of seamen, it bound it old Mormon the rich
pay that with which we gnzr upon a you mean box. ,
of a noon loved object, and (as'a melancholy meichant's daughter ?" Toe 6. Feb 16, 1826, by Mr. G<1rJ-
s, in \ brighter foreboding whispered,) for the same" icplicd I, hastily, "the sell The people of the several I .
Sixty-.sixsix thousand eight hundredand whole last time. It,was in vain 1 stroveto same." /t' Why, Lord, Mr.-, : States, authorized to vote for :
ninel-seven dollars. own shake it off It.was in vain I she's been dead more than two i members of the most "numerous
For provisions* forty-three more pure, roused! myself to enter into con- years," she replied ; and did : branch of the State Legislature
thousand eight hundred and sixtv-- loveliest versation. The more 1. strove the you never hear of it before ?" to vote directly for the President -
,J tight dollars. present. firmer it clung to me. Her form Never: ," replied: I with difficulty. and Vice: President, and a plurality
.' For medicines and hospital green sward btill glided before me, .and the A tear seemed struggling upwardto of votes to determine the choice.
stores, four thousand dollars. spot which same unaccountable melancholy my eye, but the oppression that 7. Feb. 20th, 1826, by Mr. Bu_
For n pairs, and wear an4 ear habitants still pervaded every fibre of m> .I lay upon my heart, checked its as chanan. To re-establish. the 3d .
of'veasels. ninety t thousand 'dol town as a l: frame. The. evening passed in cent.' But how, when, where, clause of the 1st section of the 2d
lars.. in a his manner away. All around died she ?" There was'no reply. article of theoriginal constitution .
I Sec. 2. And 6e it further enact'frf tance, was me, laughed, whispered, and She was! gone to mingle with the except that portion which confers '
That the several l apprs,priat side by a were (for the moment) happy.- giddy throng, among which, the the power of electing the President
,onj hereby matle, shall be paidout other by a She :uo was happy-I alone felt nme.of. Eugenia Mornton, thoughonce in the H>use of Representa-
of any money in the Treasury, on whose otherwise. I left the assembly forming its brightest orna- lives and in case of no election : "
not otherwise appropriated : Provided and 1 retired to rest' The fairy vision ment seemed noW almost forgotten. .by electors, the States to choose
. however That no money for a I still was prtsent In my I mbers. 1 gazed after her one, mo- the President from the two highest .
: Ppropria ed by this act, shall yet She danced, she spoke, SO'f' smiled, ment, thenseizing my bat, rushed on thejist, as the Legislature' "
De pad: to any pe.raon for his with almost and the' "scene of the preceding evening :' into the open air-I was .nearly !nay directs each State having one'
!: compensation, wh.7: it in arrears No again...existed in my im. gi- choaking-I respired with ,difficulty votei .*,
to the Unit Ira States, until' such' beauty nation 4 ; but the lame; chill,. and 1 rushed onward almost 8. Feb. 20th, 1826, by Mr. Dor- .
i person shall have accounted r for, arrest m Y: feeling as it 'did.'then, again With : 'madly. Such it the fate of youth sey. For av :.uniformsystem. 'or .
andpaid into the TieasUry, all voice of gay end its,enjoyment. After;.a resiIctjftn'ttfeyemh ':and beauty," cried I. as thought voting .b.}- ,Di's'ricts i for electors, .
'IAm Cur : e'ar lumtor: .arose oil braiu in the Ai3bW of districts be e ua1
which ho may, j>e liable; upon" my;; .sabre'rushing my an .. X A. ;

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\ whole number of Senators -originally agreed,to OD the .1rte were ifieltnt Kinds of= .perjury.-I- ,meant 'to tie., understood at .treating .'w tC
: and Representatives which each 'of September: 1787. When the' A man who 'iworer. to _wn,t' 'he 1 ,us ; I did not involve nirn' fur "tm.IGN, T \ *

State is entitled in Congress ;. President is elected at the: ,first c- Knew;-wiis faKe,' was.guilty of it (ther. If he says be meant. ho,personality .. .>Vom JWuf

each ,elecorto have,one vote ; in lection,the Vice President is to be in one'foism'} bat man who wore I meant none if he.did, I 1"attire, Jan. 23.-The l b etc ,,
-- threatenmg'
" the contingency y of DO choice, anew chosen agreeably to the provision that a 'certain 'matter was ,true, i did ; outVin doing soas>in the wjiole : claroation of tbe Nichol; .pro wi ,

t' < election for elector to beheld of the"Constitution last nuJritioned- Without knowing whether it was. course ofmy remarks, I put myself I teach Europe that'new ideu,and the dr iQ

r and they, from the two highest No person to be eligible to the of- lute or,(*lse> was-rio-leas *f'a' per: entirely! fin the defensive. % I sire of obtaining in political the guarantees and

t numbers on the. first triaTrW ;lice of President who has not at- jured'felun"'than the oth r.Ad- felt, 1 now feel no malice towards improvement made greater progress Government than
:. choose one j thr votes to bf'takrn 4,ned the age of forty-fire years ; verting to the Appeals, which had. him, or towards any man ; but, I ed. Being there they cannot: be exti .

b)' States ; each State'to have'one the terms of the President abd' been neon the'other side, to a whatever may follow this, I do not pated, for cannon cannot be discharged

"ote the ,.' lectors to vote viva Vice President to be six years; futuie world and a coming judgment mean that either myself or m) ,. against idea What are called rev olu.
f10Ct and the President to be ineligibleto he joined in that- appeal; friends shall have imputations f tionary passions belong only to the mass"of :
the and the
.9.v Feb. 2Ut, (826', by Mr,! tfow- the same office forever thereafter. fend -in'the course of his remarks, cast upon us. The gentleman'sanswer i iuert. It is therefore only mass the in AruiocraTcy Russia b

ell. 'In the event of the election 'said that tbe calumniator h.r had is with, himself, ; when he who guarantees, who are "revolution
devolving on the House of Representatives 18. February'2ith, 1826, by Mr. described would be'" delivered o-1 I answer? 1 do." try and anarchical." The Russian Artf-

oo' member voting, to Ward. Tor'a joint committee of rev to heaven's hangman, tu Mr. M'Duffie replied ; "Every l tocracy is in possession of,the wealth nd
receive an appointment within the. the House of Representatives and 'scourge tbe rascal naked round {gentleman .here knows, what 'was IJ offices of the country ; but they do not
form a separate hody.
nomination of the President for Senate, t& consider and report the horizon of h* avtn's circumference my language }yeslercUy as tolr.. I constituted Aristocracies They in other have seen+

three year afterwards, unless in whether any amendments ought :"--with sme other expresI I I Clay and his friends ; 1 ask the =I of Europe ; they thought the time parts favor

case of war, when members may to be made to the constitution, relative alone equally extravagant and ex I i gentleman from Kentucky w hctheor j" rable for obtaining an exclusne priv !lrg.I .

receive appointments In the armyor to the choice of Presidentand ceptionable. 1- Trimble was 1 he heard it ?2" "I did fiat ;ed existence, and the rank of the persons <

F ;,aav)'. / Vice Presidentand, if so, followed by Mr. Vance, of Ohio ((said! Mr. T.) hear the whole of itt i 1 arrested v.ho requ.rt shows guarantees.that the Nobility Can are the those

10. Feb.: 22d, 1826, by Mr. Boon.. that theY report! an amendment This gentleman IB one of the 'n- 1 heard a par--bet I was told bya Empei, change men's minds by rigor netr*

To authorize qualifird voters for that may seem ost likely to 'stances ( n which I love 'o think) friend that it contained a qt. Will he sacrifice men of the best fatuities

the most numerous branch of prove acceptable to the people. i of the stale of soci-. 'y and of t feelI I i iiiicaiion ol' a very t.ftcnsive kin:, .' 'un the scahblu ? U ill he add haired and

the S> ate Legislatures, to tote From this summary of the resolutions I i ing in this free repuSl'cau country )1 r. iXi'Duffie now said, "1 t is desire of vengeance to discontent in a ,
for President and Vice offered the house it will I whenno :fees for powerful class ? At the very .nomen't
diiectly in 1 -; previous!: rank is uer to press any explanation when he swears to observe the Constitution
President in such manner as the be seen that eighteen different propositions i requisite to athancemm'!, but ; perhaps it had been belter o( Poland, will he proscribe those

Legislature of each State may di hate been submitted in mere native talent if allied to i hud nut asked it, but (raising in Russia who require something simIlar?

I. rect. \ that body alone, in the course o f viriuc ilont. n.s a .e;mnrcti"family ;) ,' a his voice, flashing from every fca- Will he prevent bis Nobles from travelling !

;. II. F>b. 2 2d, 1826, by Mr. the last three months, for altering, I I In iTts-t," sufTcient t f. entitle turn) I wish now the gentlemanto marked- into Kurope distinction, in order between to preserve Russia a

Haynes. The people of the seve- the organic law of the General : ii ic )lo >k up to public honors. understand thai I perfectly: understand Constitutional 1 countries? Will he build and

ral States to vote by general Government, respecting the elec- I Alluding in hiss .. cti lo the pr\. the game hat is ;going around Uussia a Chinese wall The

'ticket, and the candidate receiving lion of the> Chief Executive Magistrate !! serit Cmaii: UP n, tu said Le had on-and perfectly understand the ', Austrian cabinet may tell him that it is '

the greatest number of votes in a of the nation ; whence a i,t' re <;tHv if f .ij) ntaii t.,-uld I have, :o sku.king ma-nager who moves the I j necessary, but the peace of his reign,the

Suite, to be takrn to have received doubt may reasonably be entertained pI .zt" d t:, texts ing) ins ituii.}us of wires. 1 I ht' honorable l gentleman I glory of his another: Empire, and,his which own he glory,

A number of votes equal to the as to the final adoption of th' ..untr)", for tlu-y H&ad enabled from Ohio, told the House than doubt require will perceive.system no

t number uf the Senators and Repre- any one of them by Congr .ss. bin lo ust* u Im (picarntfri.itj : si"u.ttun; ) I became rom the ioesi grade of it is only since the reign of'the unfortunate

!. ientatives of thr Slate in Con .+, i what, *s t". povertyiniKht society ; (tl.re1 r. Vance, said Peter: HI. that the Russian Nobility ; .

g.el. Should there be no election From the N. Y. Commercial Jldutrtitcr. be t:*.tt'u.tna'. ; the I lo\vesi grjdt I he had qualified his declaration asreterring are enfranchised. They have been
permitted to travel, but the
the two candidates highest Washington,APril l It, 1826.- of ocj=-ry II,- brt: adverted with to ovcrly-Sir,, he into iuurope have made them (excursions more exacting

on tlu (list are to be returned scene of much interest has been n,ur.fa ''- i''t.n,,. atlu the tears Bowed nerd not have loUi; us that-he has and have enlightened them as to

the people, w hu are to vote againby exhibited in the Hall of Representatives over hi ciio ks, I., "nis only pa: rimony not disappointed ins dr.stinY.But, the feeble state to which the forms of the

general ticket ; and the one these last two days A 22 y *rs, a widowed mother when the Secretary of State wiih- government condemn them. in posses.
receiving the highest number of You know that the solutions introduced t'and six orphan children." cs to a' out responsibility, and on of territorial influence, they hive always
excited the mistrust of the Government
votes i iii, a. State to be holden to by Mr.: M'Duille for an He c'n&,
have received one vote ;_ in either amendment to the Constitution Mr.l*'Uuihe, a d dragged into the &trafifier9, I have only to say, that I councils. y The principal othces in the

event, a majority of the whole have been under discussion for debate tl, wipr" uf lI* me calumny if he wishes me t* move in till S army, in the navy, in diplomacy, hare

'" number of votes to be necessary to these many weeks past. The from the" naiiie of his children.He business, he must srnd me gen been confided to foreigners, and the Nobles

a cnoice. house has been a good deal wearyof then wen lira rt'.I in.IU"UUh : tlemen, and I never will rect.guizeas perpetually civilized travelling have Come

12. Feb 24th, 1826, by Mr. this discussion of late ; the of the charge of i iconsmency, such every one who happens amongst of society, the lieu enjoyments tc enjoy the of pleasures the

Lh lI) ,ston. To vest the choice speeches Wtrver) tong, some of political bargaining, bit,. He had to hold a seat here." Attempts arts and the sweets of liberty At London

of President and Vice President them very abstract and m< taphy- began under great excitement were now made to have the Com. the}' have seen the Peerage in possession

directly in the People, without the sical, and all that enlivened them in too high A pitch of voice, and rise, but they failed, and the de of great power; at P"ris they

intervention of el ct ors.l3 was the occasional: allusions to the spoke witn so mu h vrhemriirr j bate was continued by Mr. Moore have honouis, seen of the the state Nobility, and receive desiring all to the be

1-"eb.24ll, 1826, b). Mr.Thompson late Presidential election: : and the as to break nimseif JOn in abuu' and Mr Henry, Kentucky, who free ; even when ihey murmur agAinst ,
of Pennsylvania. The std*e of party politics.Yesterday twenty minutes. are friends of General Jackson, liberty. lu Prussia: they have seen Provincial

ci ':zens in each Sia'e qualified to Mr >JDuilie: made hh general reply Mr. M I Duifie during the delivery andunospok* in indication ol I Assc i bllej; in jther parts ol Gcr-

4 vo e fur the most num-'rosu branch : tnucn exi>t'elation was ex of these spt.chts, had occupied him from charges alluded to by many ltepiesc.nlati\e Assemblies; ties

of the State Legislature, to vote cited, and every body looked to d 8t""I" little in Advanceof : Mr. Trimble 1 he otb4ite ended : illusory have seen liberty the -Diet of Poland of Hungary, and and the
dir"rly tor President and Vice the sptech aa his great effort. He the speaker's ; whcr he sat, by a call of the previous question. these things with their own fate comparing their

President the returns to be made was hllub.lf much excited and vehement pal. uitui resiless, the features "f his The firs: resolution of Mr. M'Duf- pride has been wounded, and their jealousy

to the' Governor, who, with such us his manner always is, countenance like the face: of the ie, which goes no farther than locKclart irritated.&t : ..
persons the :Slate Legislaturemay : (and it is! so to A lauh,) un this occasion sky when it bodes a whirlwind that the Presidential elec Petersburg Jan. 6.-Several more
officers have
lately arrested.
appoint, shall ascertain the it was more so than usual. lie ruse to ply, but stood mot e. tion ought in no case to come into the first of this month his Majesty

candidate having a majority o: f all Liuie argument, ai least little new nan a minute alien:, his eye atone the House of Representatives, an audience to tht Diplomatic Body.gnc

the votes given in the State, and ground was advanced ; +uu'i the (and ne has terrible one) I was_agreed to by a ote of 138to From the JVew York Gazette, Jlhrch 31.

"I, he to ue delated to have received language was -.pussiond; the al u.leriuJ.; the couflici within bii.. :. 52. The second resolution fordistricting Interfiling from Jfuyti.-By tije brig

the number of electoral votes tot fusion; personal, and to\. ard he Daring that nionunt the hall andguilery the States, was rrJrcl- Mazzmghi, arrived yesterday from Port
au Prince, we have received ( _
t which the State is now en, itl..d : clo e, *n ass"ultVa made un tHe vvcrt ass ill as the grave t !. by 102 +io 9u The first resold commercial friends) papers and extracts

in case no candidate has a majority administration of the most violent At length he said-"1 rise, Mr. ion was then: sent to '. sc ct Com. from letters td tbe 12th inst. We have

.. of all toe electoral votes, *he kind. A supposed picture was Speaker, for the, purpose of f ':J4 '-'-.ho are to report some sub- also been favoredwilh the annexed proclamation

people are to vote again, in the presented, in which the charactersol : endeavouring to obviate misundx al.tute for a resort to the Houseof ot President Boyer, by' winch
the President and his I he refuses to ratify the Commercial Treaty :
same manner confinrig their cho Secretary d' Representatives and in that
rst..n lUg as to me precise and ; with France, as recently concluded
I I by
ice o one of the two highest on were drawn in a manner that coulcno specific meaning of ihr language Corn. suspect the olu proverb the llaytlen Deputies witn the French

the list. be mistaken, and their coalition of iebatt- used In're ill Its ap t,lrc..- will be verified, at least to a con- Government. A letter winch we have
: 14. Feb. 24th, 1826, by Mr. painted in the blackest col.> tin, to geiiilrine. of ius House ; sideraole exient--"So' many men, perused, remarks, allusion to this sub
Sloane fo give to the free whit 1 I Bat he did not slop here. Af. 5r and first i turn lu tar gt'ir.ienian so many minds,"-No report ject that the proclamation wai received

male citizens of the several States, finishing these pictures! he said he II j II fra K- ntvCRy. Alter staling: ina need be expected in time for anything excited kith genera quite!joy a different by the mhaoitanta teeln.g but

j above the age of twenty. tle years, was a poor painter, and lest the I munnrr Calculated :o induce the .o be done about the matter the Frenchmen at Port at Prince. among

f by & general vote per capita, figures he had drawn might be j m&1J =j.iy 01* dn) 1'Hflligeiit bodyU his .. sH,on.Mil The French frigate Mcdee, ot 48 ; the

throughout Uuited Stales, the mistaken, he would put the; names app.y| his marks to me, that speculation is on foot a s sloop Hebe; of iitf ; and the brigantine

t election of President and Vice under them. He then began a direct the .t au wno swears (here ue quoted the cr.s.. nc-t of his scene Fleche, ot 16 guns, were lying> at Port
I q. ;
au Prince, and the 5urpr.se of 16
President. (personal 1 attack on bolh, especially ;i with accuracy ih, exist scion end :he qu; s> ->ui, who ought to was daily expected. 1 he frigate guns Anti,

15. Feb 34th. 1826, by Mr. on Mr. Clay-Vhose conduct oi Mr. Trio=DI )- Now, Sir, I hallengc ?Ought M'Daffie, because gone;ot 42 guns, sailed on the 9th for

\Veems A!'* r the next election, he said, was promptad by | wish the gentleman lo say explicitly he first demanded au explanation Brest She had been waning some time

when It Pre tknt has served four ambition, corrupting ambitioti n." wnetner ht' did nut intend to f 'Jughl Trimble, because fur a large amount of specie winch it was
He spoke of his influence over bisf said she was to carry nome, but took as ;tsuostitate
years, he snail be<< ineligible apply' these terms to uir. Anal d M'Duilie's attack was first made I the

for six years ; a uniform system fl'lends-and said, in terms, th" then he to=ik his seat. Mr. Trim Ought Vance, because -M'Dufii Considerable,Proclamation anxiety existed.! at Port au

; J_ Toting by districts ; the electoral ne had made the President ble now rust, and his countenance called him no gentleman ? Ougatooih Prince fur the arrival of the British Con-

culk-ges hereafter to elect the Pre- This Was followed by an avowed I exhibiu u a slat uf excitementscarcely because they were calledtools sul General, Mr. Charles McKenzie, (a

aiiienr and Vice President, b F a intention never to cease, if it were fettle than that of M'Duifie. ) and understrapper I OughtMr. man of color) who was to sail from Ports

pI traliy of votes ; in the event of[ till death, his efforts to take the : He waned much longer after Clay, because M'Duffie. virtually mouth on the 18th ot January. The appointment -
I : which was considered
tl1elt"ctiun Cu.. Presidential election from the he rose before he said hi would I ; in Eng-
devolving on > began :o speak, not fight his land a master stroke of policy, was viewed
gSi, the votes to be given viva House of Representatives, for and the tniereai excited incn-asej underlings ; but would fight him ? in quite a different light in Port au

voce ; and members votmgon such which purpose, if his motion in in intensity Many members left Did : l'Duffiturl) tail? Would b< Prince. The Haytieu Government wuuid,

Occasions disqualified from i the House should lail, he would t their seat, in the uiwredistant fight challenged ?-are in every we learn, have been better pleased if the

, holding any office, within the gift I I go to the nods of the people and parts oi me hall, and came near body's mouth. Would it not be colored skin from had been left out of the question
call not prejudice,but from im-
a convention. an
or mination of the President for to lire speakers ; the sofas were better > inquire, what sas tht pression that the British Ministry consid-
four }ears. lie ebb-d, Mr. Everett, mostly occupi, d by members of Decalogue ? i ered a white man too good for them.

jl t 16 Ft b. 24th, 1826, 5y Mr. Miner. I" on w attack'i se consuimcy which he had made the Senav, (thai House not being .....'. Proclamation.Jean .

That it is inexpedient to alter an supported by in session 'u-daY.) At length, Pierre Boyer President Hayti.a .
tne constitution of the United quotations i'roiu the North American with m<' look of one who, by a I A correspondent of the Saratoga "llaylima-1'be power with which I

Stat -a, in treat part which -relates Review, made a few obser- powerful, effort, had wrestled I Sentinel mentions that thereis am inverted by the Constitution, and the

to '.he election of President and vast ns explanatory ol his meaning down his feeliugs, Mr. Trimble a lady of the name of Mary I confidence reposed in me, in the most
in tne arucl alluded to ; and said in <' Stocker I tr'ingO.c.aSIOD15, have created an obligation -
Vice Pre sidcnt. reply : \V hen I commenced living in Saratoga county to advise
you,at all times of
then Mr. Trimble ol everyr
17. Feb. 24th, 1826, by M p-1 treated that the debate ntuckyin-iu : he debate, I thought 1 N. Y. in the 103d year of he | thing that I have done for vour happi-
Hem pllill. To cuoose the President iould n put ruYfit'lf ind the gentleman lromS. I age who yet possesses the powersof [ Hess and the preservation of the ty1by
acid Vice President by electors b,' closed till he had an opportunity C. on a perfect fooling of e body and mind ip an aatonisn- you have so gloriously acquired.

.. sixth to pl-he pleaded his seven quality: 1 a idVe wer.* both i ids degree, and relates "M> proclamation of the 11th July
\ry year ; the elt'ctora among 1823, informed
years' en'ic'l't and forbearance you of the result of the
his '
Ito kerb
to meet iiid vote in August ; I on in Venice, r assume many interesting events, which_ negotiations concluded in this capitol
a* to '
the Congrsys to be in session in speech. making to myself) neither ..nv ouriiv. nor happened, anr> customs which with the Envova of his r-... n.. "'t.'f..>..d". '_
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the apoeal was successful ; avid i here whicu aid t tallow I prevailed in her In the ttie
Ocf ioer every sixth year ; the e- any privilege 1 not youth, that she accepting act which recognized
lect. ral voles to be opened and'our though an earnest: desire was felt to him The gentleman never saw a potatoe till she was Independence uf Hayti, we were aware
to close the debate, and.many ,eu- made in this House old of the uncertainty i its contents.Vc
twenty years or till
ted tea
as present ; if there ben yestercay any at once foresaw
tleinen had the
the diversity of
house interpretation
th one of the most extraordinary she was 17, whet it became that % '.
choice a
++ qualified citizens might be
given to it
stern determination :
to set it out speeches, which. I believe custom for women to walk should have ,
are 10 an flection in December till was e- several .considered it injurious to
- t and vote directly between the midnight or morning, they vet heard in any deliberative bo- 1 miles to a tea drinking party, the trench Government attribute to it .'.

pers ms hating; the two highest ) ielded, and the committee rose. dy ; and I have first to ask him and carry their caps and saucers other thoughts and intentions, than those
No very high expectations were which, in a declaration of this nature,
nir.ftbeis for President>> whether he meant, in the remarks in their pockets. .
this '
; second could honor
entertained about the and immortalize the sover
speech out he
then made
election to be conducted as ; al:y'pers'maltt'y I tome We are'also informed in aP. eign who proclaimed them.
he "
thr State Legislatures disappointed every body, and ? In what I said 1 meant to S. that, a11r.. John *,1 teresta and
may: direct ; came out with by far the best deal ;>> Sutton, who. rights of a country
certificates out measure fur measure before died in Holland are so dear and sacred to ,
and the ot the votes to 1 ; county, Connecticut ; as not..a1ways.
l speech ever heard*him deliver. God I meant no less aadmayheaven's at be submitted! to the will of interpretation.
be returned and counted in Congress It j i / the age of between 90
was not a labored answer to every : My duty impelled' to claim.distinct .
.each Sate to be reckonedas lightning !blast me, and .100 stated ,
; of Mr. M'Duffte's years, that he did explanations, and'l accordingly'demand .
part if I ''
ne;voter,' ,Jft-at.tb first election was' directed ; bUll antanY..IDo're t told"him ,we nut 'see a potatoe till he was. 'ten ed them.. ,- ,
mainly to the de
no' person' has .A majority were both lopker on. 1 meant years old, and that hrs "The Commission '
(fence of Mr. Clay and his friends. : father whom I accordingly :
i to make .c-
and more than two have an equal After no'charge of corruption would not, have Jt planted on his clothed, with-the necessary powers,
numoer of votes ; or if, at the second litical parrying the charge of ,poI I I, unless, be did, but if he did, t did, farm, for:feat* jit would: overrun and who Wire also charged.with the regulatioii ; ,
election the two sinill corruption, he turned the I sh&ll give'no explanation to the at'' t.ha\ he wbutld id France, uf the" .bases ,of the; '
persons afterwards be
tables and
w attacked Mr. M'Duffieas commercial relations of the: two coun-
!'gentleman "
have an equal number of votes, a calumniator, who had advanced frorn S. C. uolil that able to get .clear of it. This 'wataingulaivobjectibo tri. have returned-TheY have exerted -, !

tbe.clioicr t :", Oe iH .:de according the blackest 'i. geiulem'an gives>an_ explanation to.. a i indeed ..what .themselves for'the worthy ac.com .
Charges on me. thought I treated the thing a I plishment of
the wondejrfurchange mission buttheybare
to itTal in i
confiiutiuon as mere ,. opinionI r
suspicion, He aaid there !fairly;I treated him precisely 1 h ts! 1 not obtained that which they were peo -.
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Convention not being pre- wlio Jiad gone towards Miss lon. attficis, drove' :him); :ito tfie a faitrtothe 1 : ioa: \ -V ;. ::\
ctlUSeI of the tnqst'iQlent fty.fz .. Ed It or t da* ; 77 baes colfon, SPOQ ft ttcasks \ .
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conformable with the anterelu! gbl returned, while they were pre rage*. 80 that- it; rai "',believed ted. *. V. ''. one tate hid kbfsu dniey. V :

. STifi prudence requires that nothing paring to attack the on the hat he in f' Stone and 'Nisbet and rijili do. ::.
in this affair, in the enemy would march p rOD V "JYaW,; tin, April, 15/A, 1826.-The t fcy VV
,hould be concluded that ulterior 7th in the morning. They re-em. $ ; to..Etohaj i with, ibe remaini of 'Engineersnave been designated, and arc: Captain _Payne. '. t" "!

udl grounded hope expla- barked in the and sailed his under orders for the survey of the Florida )h11.-Sc.bl'; VUry EliZbethflOOlfl. ..
will produce the desirc .: night away army, assembled in: the north will field,Key, West b.llisn ":. ." .
pation. Canal they. rendezvous at St.
U 1 am far from prejuclgmp any thing on which our troops againset of the A'Io'rea. to attack Mistolon- Augustine; and Tallahassee:, and are .i instructed Sloop Dolphin, Bqillat; N. oikaDll -'

spitSt: the:' loyalty of the views of the: ou on their march to Missolonghi. gni. Redschid Pacha retreated _to extend the survey from the ballast. V V *' Ii. V

French ministry; time: will doubtless lost after his defeat from Pensacola. 'ARR1VED: ;,V. ..
satisfaction of both .par Though e no people some leagues Atlantic: to f k JV :- V V

tleruptoi.important c points reap cting I on this occasion, the enemy the fortress. The Greeks "pursued There are six intelligent' 'and active .April 28. -Sch& North Carolina, 1fcr
ties winch, it i is our duty to exercise the most I did considerable damage. In Ga- him .butfrebly. .. young officers under the direction of one Vis, Appalachicola. k t t ,.:.! ,. .
of the .most scientific and experienced officers
attention. Nevertheless, 1 Scala de and 30.-y: V1ninsport fcchr. ,F1orim V
loxdit the Salonat = .
nulous ot'the The board have lately '
bound to fulfill obit- tirps. Bake} Tampa Ba>. tl"f V
,hall always feel 'faith should my alwaysbe on the rest of tne coast, he tooktrod : made report of a system ,pf, fortifications ,May1..-B\i\ *>p Molphin, BdiUaC 4 ir

rAWtll', because rule good conduct, for those burnt above thirty vessels.: P .g ;" ; in which Pensacola ii placed in the Marks, Pateenpe Cot, D.Ocheltrec, Or.

the pni.cipal the helm of sUte. According to the last accounts ; first class,and in speaking' of the.defencesof WarficldIaJ.. Pingon, Ur. Price, Q.

vliu direct tue existing state things, I received tit Salona by General I \rUUDAY, MAY 6. 1826. the country and the incidental expenses Fisher B. ,1. nunl, J. Ross, A D .ri bn. .
"atni, m connected with them, they allude to C. C. William ,
and to the I ---r- -I--. _( JmVcritt *, K. Haskms. "
owe It to myself, to my country, Dr&ko, the Sultan enraged at the .I .y the contemplated ship canal and V
declare the in sana fieur. -' speakof May 4th.-llrig Atlantic, MyeiS, Vent
v.>Ti\ sole.nniy to of Hayti accepted sense flight of nis troops from Salona, it in term! that justifies a belief of then CriU ; ballast and specie. ;

ivnicn tbt government had ordered Sultsa Kortsia and entire confidence in Its practicability and -
\\e informed Col
of the 17th of April. i Mail fiouti.- are by

,, the h ordonnance t'r.e and ,tor 22 his son to be beheaded." White, under date of tue. 14th April, th$ the high estimate they have formed of it SAILED. .-*. .' "
London Feb. 8.- \ccounis from a bill will be reported in a few 'days for a transcendant importance-as soon as the 29.-Schr. North Carolina Jarvis, Ap. '4
: Huyii only !jaW in that or- i Mobile and direct report can be procured I will send a cuP palachicola. V
years Mail Rout to Sparta, '
with re- Madrid of the 24th January. state, '." Respectfully' obedient 'c 'vt. .
don .ancethe: [ application from Pensacola. ) your ---- 1IIf

to her of a formality to le- the King was to preside in person I JOSEPH WHITE.. )
spcci Council ol 1wvA.. .. .... t_ \ i
nisrnatiZC... in the eye of other the next day at the I W .L V

bnatiuns; ; : the of a State, as the notes delivered by Pre-emption Righta.-Vfe promised in Florida Indiana. -On the 12th ult. in committed to jan! on the 29th .
government peo- AND V
our !Jast to lay before our readers* soon'as the House of Representatives, the Mill up.iroprialing uit. a negro man who calls
the Poweis relative to
pIt' who had constituted them* Foreign possible the Bill granting Pre-emption twent) thousand dollars for himself :

selves: : sovereign 1is this foirnality South America, caused him to be Rights to certain settlers in Flonda ; .we the relief of the Florida Indians was reada V ;

from wnich results the re- I present at the important discussion ha\e not yet received it, but we perceive, third time and passed-Yeas' 14U. c @ l[

nuiiciaiion by the King of France, on that subject. A great by the papers, that, notwithstanding the Noes 7.The. ilIe

for himself ar.d his successors, of change hall token place in the al 1-c ngrsing subjects of the Juiliciary! -+- 6 feet and three quarters ot ani V 4
Amendment ot Constitution
Council since ihe surrender of Si Kill Late Duel.-On Saturday the 8th ich hIgh, ot Oiack complex; all sovereignty over ,tbe lerrriioryof and tile Panama Question, by the aeuloua
ult. a Duel took place between Mr Clay 'iihasab. id look & .* disputationbe V
the republic, which we have obtained Juan d'Ulloa, and some of the exertions ot our UelcA'ite has .passed and Mr Randolph. The first shot was very talkative ; .Ie sajs lie Vis

for an indemnity, of whicn embers are for acknowledging I both Houses ol Congress and become aVe without effect on either side and on the I i wenty-seven years ot aigt, and V

the first instalment has been paid, the independence of S .uth-Ainr !I LaI \\. second Mr. Randolph reserved his fin.- bl.hIIK" to lr. Isaac il rrel. Lvmg m s .

will the others be punctually. rica. It appears that he augiiientation I \ confess we did not expect such a and discharged his pistol in the air. )lr.Clay's Green County, State of Mlst:: : IPIJl. No
as result noweper ardently we vushed that '
ball passed through Mr Randolph'sclothes. other identii ing marks perceptible.
01'the of bread anr1meat )
The present legislature. in declaring our tellow-citieens in the Interior I shouldbe 'I hey then shook hands and the V ALSO, .. SV

:hi, indemnity a national in that capital; has caused protected from speculation ard the affair was ended. There i is somethingso -
discontent the I hazurd ot nigh prices. We were disposed .rrj2! i
debt, have given a new guarantee among populace ; disgraceful to our country u. such ,
Police have been the alert to think that our Delegate, influencedby transactions as the above and in the scene "V ..
faih of their the on ; >
of ihe good government. his ardor in benalf of his const.tuents, which took place in the House of Representatives 1 &hout2A. years ot a,c, n' e &:\:. ..i" inch4 V

fur several days, there beicg great and in the exertion of a seal natural to few account es and threequarter lugu, brown com-:* "":
I a days previous, an
"Thus their cpnnot exist, in fears that commotions. will I"kl"I I bern; bad overlooked many of the obstacles -: of which we copy from aNew York pa- plexi n, with rather a do\Vulook, speass V

the opinion of the world, ihe least place. i in the way, and particularly two reports per that we think the less said about in a low voice,aim says he belongs tho .
of AmosReed deceuitrd andwas
estate ,
from Pam -We re of the Committees: of Congress, the better.4dvertisin3.To.
duu I>>>: thai) such is the only rea- Exfire them
concurred in by the House, to abandon in the hands ol"Squire Heed.. when he absconded. ..
ioii-ble interpr. tation of the ordon.iance ctlvedhi morning by express The above netrroes 2JJf.tetha1- '
the independence he Etoile, dated yesterday. The the bystem. the merchants and flitters : thy.m; togetherfroeu the V
rec gnizm; Next to the Grand Canal, this was tie away same V
int following are extracts : a'ct for Florida it is Ue ot'the City pY Pensacola- ale in I County about six months ago. ;
<< 01 Hayti-an < rpreta- niottt important ; C
duced to make one appeal, on the subject 4
Pan Feb. 6 The Constitu salvation much of. the F. S. Chapman V
tion, moreover, nt strict accordance *, ot present poputition oi advertising in our paper. We donut V

with ;he preceding manifestoes tionel of to-day says, that according -money could not be had by those pretend that this appeal is disinterested : F. ComingDI, .
who had expended almost all their meansto VV
of this Government. to new arrangements, a m w improve their land, to euter into competition I II -we are interested, deeply interested .. City Constables* .

** Fdlow.l l zens, the declaration Treaty of Occupation has been with those who, aided by the ad- in it.Ve call upon our fellow cnsacola, May 5th, 1826- 10-if. V I'V
I citizens to look at our columns: ana to
concluded between France and Banks would become bidders say .
of Clue! Magistrate is t joining .
your V
bear such
whether they an the
with unalterable Spain, it consequence of wnich I tor the houses, hornet andjircudet of an industrious : in aspect.> llU.UfLJ.: V. .
its harmony your only newspaper such a city as ours
will still hold I people, by whose labors the OF TUEor V
dcLrrminationwhich nasbren fora lie French troops ought to wear Advertisements are the -
I been and whose ,
forests have
: -
1 ng lime g nerally knownPnbirve fur three years, the fortified places! I farms are just yielding, for the first time main-stay of a newspaper, establishment wealare XEW.'rRir.S .
in the Pt'ninsula. These assertions -I! and though our elicits tor the public TH.'Ch .5
the aliiiudi by which a moderate return for the labor and money -
humble yet they are .earuedt and indefatigable -
ooiained the rank now are destitute of foundation. I which they have laid out on' them i8tiallquire: ;
you you and as such they entitle us to
The tranquillity which now .. very tent saved, by our citizens, in the .
bold. Let loyalty always characterize prevails the patronage of our fellow citizen our 4t \VEEKt.PAl'Lli, '- otcu iv tree V

your transactions and intercourse tnroughwui Spain, proves purchase of land, either from from the pockets subscription is small, very .s-i.aU ; but Lr inquiry ,.ul! lie cause .of raiional V I
ui tUe or the ,
: with foreign nations. Increase that if the Cabinets of Pans and speculators Treasury notwilnstaiiding we a sure uur commercial Christianity: ltsco.umusareopentDweil : .
is a clear saving to the wealth Honda. from or
fhe.ds: thai our has extensive: written communications persons
exertions in cultivation Madrid are discussing that question We below the alludedto
tOt publish
your circulation,and is read .tllt ve.'S..If ; and Cery religious sentiment and profession,
of lands industry it is in a total opposite sense one made in Ibl5 and the other in believers
your ; we ask the trienrJs of the city, whether and all, whether UOt.It'U'rsi
vi 11 give yuu the means of increasing to that in which the liberal journal 1824, which were concurred in oy the they think the real commercial characterof in revelation, may commutiicaie meip

: your exchanges, and you will would make us understand it. lioose, trom which a just estimate of the Pensacola would be conceived of by views freely, provided they donut otlend .. .
We have received dt'taii I oiihculty in procuring the passage tins looking at advertising columns ? No, good murals, or aect private ciiaracter
new V
know bel.
tl'r how to appreciate the ilii! and the importance of tile services '
merchants at a distance, on The editor hs adopted this course, ruin '
blrssititrs of lioertv. Hive the. respecting the victory gained by lilt' our () lpf/9.le muv be formed.. _and___ ioukmgover .- .. VV-
-- --- --- -- --------- freedom ot
---0- -- -- 4gr"d't'Sl --- -- ---0--- the Pensacola Gazette, must conceive a full convicuon, thai inquiry -j
respect for the laws andf the garrison at :\i suloughj. 1brahim i it may be seen: now much the Territory that little or no business is done here is the sacred duty of man, as respviisibtcto V

r ed sucli obstacles and the force u1 "
organ, that confidence and rc- person to Etolia, nor did he direct down by the countrv towns in the interior nave a more truth tears not the fullest investigation .
his arguments put opposition respectaolc in tins but is might and (j/owerlul,und it.uat pre- {
attacks .
he appearance respect
new on Missotoaghi.The
a 't'ct which are due to lhem.Ne-_ in Congress oi a Member of the Land successtul V'
wheeasit'we had our 01 vail. I'his work has been III :
proper qtu.ta
lose of fact that Seraskier Redschid was Comiiauee which was40 powerfully eai- '
Vrr sight the ,
advertisements, the real character ot our operation for more than one )car: ; and 't "1

Union and Concord will always be charged with those operations, 1)IOt'd against this bill. city would be known abroad, and a'' snore having commenced a new series: in an '. 3

your greatest strength. Always after having received from Ibra I'lic au.eadmenU in tavor of Alabama tolerable reward would be given to us tor octavo form, it is.well worth) the attention :

ctiltrtain the love for hint numerous reinforcements ofdisciplined and Mississippi, have been successively our incessant labors in our vocation. We ol liberal mmdt-d men, nut only ..s a. !
purtst your morn 1819 to
tile : tins: time
rejected year :
: trust that this will be sufficient to awa- mt.dauID.uf. valuable imotntation respecting .
country, and may y.ur grateful troops ; partly ami jet the aigumenls ot our Kepresenitative -
ken our fellow citizens from an apathy in- the progress of tret- I' query, but .at) a' -
heart p.-y dully tributes of homage -* own division of the army, I I : in the House, secured the passage jurious our interests and injurious to record ot the advances ot the human mind V V

to the Supreme Being l for the wuich had been for along lUlu atl :,> ot'ttie Florida liul when they were the reputation of our city abroad. in divesting itself ul those prejudice '-

protection which he grants ) ou.u I the Morea, and partly hum the I II ,attached to it m the :Senate: un the Una which have :hitherto proved fatat to the '

I auxiliary cor s which arrived in passage. happiness oil inc human lamiiy.1'erais .
Soldiers in ,
charging to ,1 '
you 1 his bill is a sad disappointment to From the Savannah Republican. V
bt particularly watchful in de the m on tu of November ':rolu Alexandria some, who have been looKiug with wolf- The new Treaty rqecied, and lold ot subscription: J per annum, :hpa'able
witiiiii Six: months:, or 2S 2 JJ if ;
fence of your coun'ry, it does not likc anxiety to the farms and home ot one ratified.-A letter received m tins paid in advance ; iio subscription receiv .

absolve from the Without throwing up new works the; settlers on Chipjla: and in Oadsden city 'last night from Washington, sa)s- 1
you obl.gations I I : ed for les* iavin: six months ft i Sj 1"'ya. V
Seraskier (;(.auhty ; and its passage! has put to riight it is now ascertained to a certainty that .
caused the foiiress ,
me who
winch: 1 have recoun ed. You I ble in advance. 1 nose uccome responsible 0
schemes ot and the new Creek Treaty has been ...
many speculation, secured rejectedby 1'
have already shown thetfft'r.Ut uf to DP surrounded, the fortifications and pay for hve copies, a. all V
man} a worthy luimly irom houseless the Senate, and the old one raulied, '
\a.or when ot which had not hren sumciently: the of farther of receive a sixth gratis. V
guider by patriotism. butienng aim penury.Jieport with exception a MIIU CommunicatioiiS, free of ad- -
Snew yourselves, under \ull circum- : repaired, and he made the first assault 1 I muue io the house jof Representatives money to be paid to the Indians in addition dressed to B tiaUs, JoU: broauway, Nev

a.ances faithful to honor and dut). : but without success. A little i: December id 1615,.und concurred to the amount stipulated in the old I York, will receive immediate attention.Editors .

I c-mmit glory to keep '. after, the second division of the in by the Haute. 'i'1e4t-suffic? it to say that Georgia ot papers tiieudiy ire u.quW:
your The Committee on the public lands, will get ALL rUE LAND she has contended I IAbo'c
ing. as 1 pUce my happiness in Egyptian reinforcement: art nedOra .- i who were instructed by a resolution of tor." ry, are respecttuily requcsleu to give' tue V

the jiory ot my country. the other side the garrison had the House,to inquire into the expediency in confirmation of the above we find I H- : an insertion in mew papers. t

''Given at tOt National Palace, been reinforced by troops brought 01 granting rights of occupancy, and pre. the following article in tile ueorgia Iscw's EO l\. \L T. : .
Purl- board the fleet which 1 emption, at two dollars acre, to aliI ot tne dth insU-" We have been informed -
SU Frir.ce, the 5th of March, : on Greek per 4 : t tI
and the information undoubted NE halt lot No. -97 40 feet '
sucn as shall be actually, on the is nom ;
1825 and arrived at the moment when t.'t" persons u -
tht 23d of
independence. first day October 1816, upon any section au hority, that the differences with the I I :: mont on 5eyina square, by. ,I

Boyer.". garrison was in the most need of ol land, obtained by the treaty, ur Indians have been amicably adJust d. : mti; .?0 led deep, with the ouuujiigs t thereon.

Frtm the Charleston l/fcury. reinforcements, this ito\ ant age conquest! from the creek nation of Indians The Treaty: February, 1825, reiuauism V : : VI 1 1I.

London, March 2.-The news was the greater, bt'c4u'sc.oj the during the late WarI lull torce, with some modification. The I I. o Barter of a lot, No, 112, 57 feet* S : "'Ifro

brought by the last pest but one approacn of the Greek fleet, whichwab I KliPOUT, "- Indians give up all the lands they occupy .,\ on AiCttfies Street, by 86 ,ted t-ont. '' V
but j .
m ueorgia; they are to receive more on Cuna Street. ,
from' this time more numerous That from the 1785 to this time lavs
'iistantinuple (of I the iOihJan. year
money tor them, th-.ii specified in the One quarter ofa, lot.No. Ill 48 feet.'V
.) uf Ibrahim Pacha's than formerly. .. to prevent unauthorized individuals, from i
expedition Treaty front on Cuna street: by 80 feet in depth. ... V
tovdrd8 Salon is fully con- The Captain Pacha, who was : settling on the public l ana i unappropriat. One half ot a lot No. Ill, 43 feet tront:: : :
... cd lands of the United States have been
finned) by the Greek Journals cruising before Missolonghi* and in constant operatio ; that.intrusions en Isaiah Lickens, lately of Philadelphia, on said Cupa street: by 170 feet in depth. ..

jvtuch we nave since received. had cut off all communication. between Indians have, been equally (ferbidden, now Middlesex: England, Machinist; .t'ortcl' apply to k .

lhe l Universal tiuzeUt of Greece. that place and the sea, Sd that the policy 8t wisdom of such laws appear procured on the 15th of be Member last, Ambrose Caro, V .
be undemablr if patent ton an instrument which he denominated or to V :.
to .
.those by whom
pubiisiied at Napuh di Romania I sail without,' waiting the alUck
have been violated &Lithrontripher, for destroy: ing Juan \
they have in some instances .. Mahigosa.
11. ;ae number of Drceniber with which' he was threatened. and '
28d : been vested with of the stone in the bladder! with'uut Cutting! t > .
rights preemption Pensacola Mit 5tli lt 26-1 tt -
/ ,
) > --
N.S. *
( Patras. in
returned .
) ha;> tile following account to this Wuy yet it seems cl arly impossible .... :. -'V... -V 0
i'hc corps of Suliotes ai Salon4 the blockade of .\iiss longlll by to hold out invitations a further disregard : E Tatt m.-.ln apart of bur Iat week'* -. Noti ,e. < V

iud already received orders I sea was again relieved, and has of them, the committee are not .a. impression the word never was,printed,instead V .

: fuln: :ht' Government to go to theof free communications with I the \(-are that the systein'n: this respect requires ofever, in the communication of fVi 4 PPLICAT1ON B'HI ioltbcUnileii/ has been States: made tor to the the: *., V '
;: alteration, or amendment .
11\1 they nameless writer In the Pensacoh Gazette"in
Missuloii :nii The Gen r' fleet, which has resumed its former therefore respectfully submit the follow.I I answer to. the Georgian. The error renewal of the following described'notes.., '. _

I a reliUh td m Council, that Gen. station. I ling resolution.Jieeolved : i entirely changed the sense, and would ,'jz : VI V :-
"rglo' 1.). Dra&osnould remain But iiltho ReuschiQ Pacha wus That it is inexpedient to I probably be detected, by most readers, ) No. 16, payable UenLm n <
In 'his "Informed of rights of and without this notice. Morgan, at the Office of Discount ,
all these he grant occupancy
town with his for the events pre.emp. V
corps and Deposit, N-Orleans, dated Phi- !.
tioiuto shall settle the
Ptfiectiun: and -defence of the pro. nevertheless (put all nis confidence public lands persons which. have as been obtBined on :udelphia 5th April. 1819, ;. g.1oot, -.'

< of SAidna. the Egyptian F. No. 1619, payable. to Cbas S. V V i
BUtt Generals Kostu la disciplined troops b} treaty or conquest fona the. Creek .

rif J. Daugli, and l.lrra, set who were placed in lilt trout rank, Indians during the late wares West. at do. date .1st May,'1825. IOa.-< .....'..: ".

J< on (tie 3d December tl) their supported by the. Albanians and Haute oj ftepretenuitiye*, Jan. 12, 1824, .Sn.i SauIatdo.daelUth H. No. 34, payable May.to Jos ph' '1<;)(', '; :i' _...'

, ;;J( 5C* ol drtiiiuiiun. They had ihe Turks. About the end .of De-jf Kead : ordered to lie oirthe table. ,. ." ii:. Nd. 4716, payable V

q ... & .rctiy rtQJuu LidoriKi when c,inner he made a new and very :. The.committee on *the Public La'nds, West at daVdate 2d May ;; ...
to whom was referred so much, of the memorial :
: ::
': they learnt bat 32 enemy's hips vigorous attack with nearly 15,000 of the Legislature of Alabama ; W. 9749. same, date : V 1

'+ had the Egyptians, fought well, be ..., 1t 1824.. fA.No.254 .
IonapPfartd at the S. ala di ::;a- men ; prays that a right ..ot' preemption V_ ; :

> naand tnutihe: Arab had land- and advanced upon! st"vtI'al'p'ui"t: granted to certain inhabitants' of ..|he f 1O't ot: Penaacola.v at Philadelphia payable, 1st Jan.to J. ( ..-

'o, e.; General l Drake and his com but they were repised':! and retreated Counties State. of Jackson, .. .azt > Dee tur inlaid I V.-.. -..r.-..... -.:-. .---P. : '.. V '., ,$A. No..1514;'payable tQ. P V

JlUluni Preceded' against the en- in the greatest disorder, \ REPORT,. ... ., ... I "' ,: at Philadelphia, 1st.Jan, : : 1:1.: y

#vIp : Votl aa they were inform- alter. a long struggle. Your committee believe; whatever K rca,., ..If..., %;' ENTERED. ,,'. ,. V t V V

. ta of. his I landing! aDd attacked. The troops that had arrived to'' sons of necessity or expediency, .night ..:,. April.S9v.- Sebr..Hope Return :&I.a1Iel, : .p.-. .. ,, Nisbet'1: .
hi'n f. y V > :
; have in Ba 2800 bush els'salt
".' W1t ah their but our reinforce the garrison, amountingto operated heretofore inducing d.IJ'fJdir..c r.r The above mentioned
Ju.wt'r '
,-tf troupa ; of congress to grant rigbu of pre-emption, UTtboVterr.Spoe,on the-ltb inst: V
could about :2000 men composed closed letter of ins ; '
< bot UIit b4ule with a< u : -
. ; -* a !
..* ,lie h j to settlers on public.lands,' thst ne 1 the D. S.Schooner Shark off the: Havana J
; : been
:1, l? f0rc luPcrior numbers, and there. disciplined; soldiers, who had I have long,since ceased to have any ope? ,..! weU. ,I .:. i 'V .edto Qapt Andrew iTpyd, ? t ,

:f' i ; I It. resolved to protect. the eoun- until then at Hydra and Spczzia, ration in relation to the public fcnfa i S l b ,.; c ,, er>iito Caravanof froao New-York.tbift .V :.
sea 1
T .. port
fV* \*" / II "w as I in rendered the greatest service'and ALabama .We therefore recommend'thpadopiion .... ;us.1e.aru> Corf iO thCiTt3te7. ; ; .
Jay their >
, 5"I. It alld power, ortbe fol1QwingresohUidif'Retohcc4 .# I. LIy jJf ,Sept..2,?$., bopwl J
. *!* : 100 40 preserve the fortress of Sa- contributed much to the victorjf, That,the pof1h.0.e: : ;.. l-- "' iJLIFMIAJIt f' 1. _.,,for.: *aCarg,of fiait, : il.

F"1':. .- >, 5oo 4. An enemv's corps of about which:is regarded.as corii ret .- morial 01 theLeislatu.Of.A141flbebsiluithe ,V 1: l-29. Schr. ,General McDonald, Ijince been beArd- qr.it_ .. V ).

v .;,C ao blnth .d."need towards Chris Ibrahim Pacha, waswaitingtheizcw's *f"R Hfl\* bUtbiUat*.ofJc.so 'Is"Iie.Countk Prajier, N.York Corjo,-55.bales cotton, V ed>t' e*., r V V -
' '.>-f. i rJ. Jen ison.jr.j 36 bales cotton' by N. Stoiie & -.i
4 lb' telired without of the iakng.uf', tur 1D j4.Bt te.b,$tc4 .J, : '
entering J J .Allenj 8 bikjcottajtby-.rialay Ce uabt J. 1 i "' :
. .t : ff Tulip.. On the 7tb, t'O'J Miuol Drtsj j ibc rciWtof\ Ulile! 4 ? DM fWi -,:5

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_- -. -- ---- -.- .- de god tumble V down in ac-mud.?' Pensa o/a Book Store. .JAMES OORN LL. i THE REFORMER.HE .

: "{ \\"F 'rJA"L.. We all meet at Mr. Sam)... Clark's I __. Late Editor of II Thf Port-Gibson Cor i a}| the design clerical of schemes this work and is to expose

for the Pensacola Gazette. to ceiurobrate.de Mr.and Col.N. NEEDYwas ABRAHAM JUST received per Brig St..Clair,< di respondent to,the citizens!, Natchez : undertakings of the present day pompous, under

h.Yow mingled'with 'perfumed air, v.uld president from New-York, and for..ale as PRESENTS te of Mississippi, under pretence of 'promoting religion, &nd to
WALKEU de vices president.De above an additional assortment of Books, II: how that theY'are irreconcilable
rise the influence of such feelings, as should with
The light !Ulds melodies. casion was animate by the pre among which are the following appertain to an individual, seeking the' the spirit and principles of the G SpeJ.

-.llml, in their pause. tome song's soul-touch sence ob de fare sex, ranged on NEW WORKS. advancement of his own interest, and The great Missionary operations which '

ins/ow de corn field fences like a row ob usefulness to the community, proposals commenced Some years since, and the

ell IS that'" evenwithin that booras pearls. De following toasts were Rothelan, a Romance of the English His to publish in the city Natchez, a week- have numerous been Theological erected, and Seminaries are still which

woe. of rifle tones, Jy paper, to be'called, erecting-
HOLT'S SEBASTIIK. drank under du discharge a 1823 I in every part of our country, hate bee
Stanhope's Letters on in THE ] "
-. wid full ob whiskeyand only an injury to true religion, antI
Serenade. gun, a and 1824 with Documents the Greek hare
Jffttcex'evsTpafcT tended exalt
to order of
molasses.1st. and the life of men to *
leabel, within thy bower, Revolution, Mustapha height not warranted by the New
Awl Public Advertiser Testat
\ -vaits the young and brave ; De day we celumbrate Ali, Upon an Imperial sheet with new materi31s' \. nient. 7'heir numbers and influence
Isabel it is the hour cause be Sketches of the North American are
why he so long coming Buchanan's of the first quality,at the same price rabidly extending throughout all parts
The' moon beams'on* each wave. so good-1 gun-song Possum up Indians, with a plan for their melioration and under similar regulations with other of the community, and threaten the de.
And oh its brigh tender light
slruction of civil and
de Imperial published in the State. our religious liber
Marks the hour of love to-night ; gum stump.2d. add : Theodoric, a Tale, and other Poems by The.materials papers will arrive about ties. fly means, eit! direct indirect
De fare sex-dey a
My gentle Isabel. *
de violeit in Thomas Campbell, the last of next month, and the first number they are steadily advancing their cause
V perfume to specially The Cook's Oracle, containing Receiptsfor will immediately thereafter and their ascendancy over the minds of
The winds, in lingering; ; murmur 1 cheerin Plain &c. &c. &c. appear
de tree
o dog day.- gun Cookery, J. C. has no enemies, and will not deserve the people: and at no distant period,

OVr the mountains die ; which de ladies join, song by a Uiography ftlie British Stage, being the any. He: has friends, and will serve should their influence continue to increase -

The fleecy clouds of Hummer, lady List love 'tis I'" Lives of the principal Actors and Ac- them\when it can be done without a sa- scarcely an individual will be

Through the bright heavens 3y. tresses crifice He knows found willing to incur the hazard of'op..
3d De Heroes ob de las' war. propriety. no par-
And all around, below, aboveB The of Matthew aid tbej ,
History by
of their schemes.
if there be he docs posing any The .
ty; one, not belong pernicious
he forth 'it is the of cheers back
eat hour love'! -1 gun-2 song author of Valerius &c. of clerical
to it. He invests his all in this attempt, i domination! in
7 My beauteous Isabel. side Albany.' Hallam's View of Europe, during the and will with cheerfulness, succeed or {j' this country, may be inferred from ,the

:' 4th. Mas** Boyer de presumt'lit Middle A es. fail, as he shall deserve.He II histoiy of other countries,'and ought ear.

: Thy warrior's eyes are dimmM by grief ob Hayii, guess he make The Spanisu Daughter, had commenced a considerable! I ly to'be guarded against. There are aJ-|
His soul is on thy charms ; The Ilunv-iii Heart -
few who have sufficient
wool de drYil I setting forth of his republican principles ready firmness to
little as ;
Then swiftly I o'er the fallen leaf grate cry I
The Tale
these before the
Highlanders' of his determination to be indefatigable present! men public in
Oh hip thoc to his arms.A. sa) when he shaved de pig. He Scent's in Kurope, Scenes in.Amenca, and zealous ; of his devotion to the public I, their true colors ; and hence the prospect .
,_ .>d faithful: hearts and hands shall shave 1 Jubu The Blank Book ofa small of their
us.- I and
no gun-scng Colleger, weal, with all the customary ET CETE- success, our danger, is great

prove. catch a skunk by de ail Living Plays, 4th, 5th, 6th. 7th, 8th, 9th BAS of an editorial DEBUT, but has erased ly increased
Bow blest the hour the hour of
S love 5th. De Illinois Conventionwant and 10th volumes, the whole,and means the same,and more, From these considerations, and to expose .

; TOGETHER b saying'I WILL DO MY DUTY." the corrupt, pompous and fashionable
My own true Isabel. nigar; f)) catchem no abt"j. >
4' Works Natchez- February 13, 126. religion inculcated and supported
Karde.From -2 guns-song Hoozen j')hfln I'aley's complete, in 5 vols. '
t> this pensioned order of
Rollins y men, the lie-
Ancient History 8 vols.
lIP _. hooza l Iy the \V hole euItp..iiy.1 !former was commenced. The
:1- GORDON extended
iMuturca's Lives, 8 vols..Joseplias's :
6th. De Hoboli'ioi circulation of the ,ork
: oci.tyno among the reflect.
the Worcester .
Magazine.Woman's 'orks, 6 vols.
'V orth. understand uhat r.c mean, suppose Hamilton on Purgatives, Attorney & Counsellor Law, ing and better Jartof the community, has
convinced the Editor that
he make nigar while.-lsoni gun Ar.iisliting- Typhus Fever, resumed the of his ; his views on i
Talk not of lore's extaiic thrill JlflAS pro- these subjects are not peculiar" and that
Tell not of friendship's holy flame, ; Pomp .(h' ss in !\lJ.s'a Miner and Tully on Fevers, '--P.I fession in the several Courts of W<'st the publication may be more

Say not the charms of beauty kill, dtJ'hc'&. OrJi'.r' Practical (;hellli try, by Coxe, Florida. Any business confided to him, known, and consequently he more generally/useful
kindness claim- po\\el on ( 011tracts, will receive his and careful atten ,
Nor virtue boast nor prompt he has been induced to
Talk not of.these. thou can'bt feel 7th. Massa ADAMS: hope he no I Mope's New Gazetteer, tion. He may be consulted at his office of it in a more public present than some notice _

I Indifferent t.> woman's worth."His eat C..dfUh, s.*.cl'uiu' iot.. strong tt'alker's Dictionan Octavo and Pocket.l1ltoll's in Pensacola. at first done. Being neither way under was the

heart 'J uVbe a heart of steel l, 1 ;,U-L'nh ,."DiU iie goi a oneS \ \\ orks:: 2 vols. gilt, January 27th, 1826. jurisdiction nor influence of any particular

His soul a sordid soul of$ earth, Thompson'* Seasons, 1 vol. gilt, the
( > < h'l'l int);. sect, Reformer will not be made
\Vl:(. on thut fbi m one glance Call flingOf Beauties of Shakespeare, -. do.C&npbell's FOR SALE. an instrument for advancing the views or
8 h. IX w1'ite and be biackthttV Poems _
proud disdain or cold ncgJcct: do.llervcy's interests of but will rebuke!
: subscriber : evils
Executor of the last any
J I :41..LHE
I hab Meditations
That ibrui creation's finishing, --n.iy df-lr stnn always do. I
: :: Pil : ) Will and Testament of Francisco whenever met with, and pursue the line
S The of the Architect lie 'rur' :'ucumbt- curv :Samil rms Progress do.L'ope' of
image song : Works, 2 vols. Touard, late of PensacoJa' deceased, offers truth marked out by the precepts ofI
liO ?( "litcorMJi Inn. do. for sale the following property, belong- I Divine Revelation, regardless of the

I speak not of her dark blue eye, gt Ji l). ( uEtoIt say when Lights & Shadows of Scottish Life, do. ing to the. Estate of the said dedeasediz i frowns or the censures of those, who,

;. I care not foi her cud redden!: of jet ; c, lIe ?vitirit die"-w,' guess lu- ALSO, The undivided Half of a Tract of Land, I from interest, prejudice, or caprice, may
Her rosy cheek rna.\ high- containing become its opposers.

S ft For tiiere! are charms more 1'\1) )'et. dt dis fall-., .n!; *. wnite man The Sorrows of Werter, Vocal: Standard, Terms &c. -

; To Sii.oothe the wrinkled brow ot care, very ur.catiu.r: Life of Franklin, Paul and Vi.: ,inia, cjc( mlE |', The ,
Reformer is rubUshed in !.
I S To ease the burden of distress, 10 !>*: n-t'1"'Y ob our drscend- William Tell), Gulliver's Travels, Etc. &c. 9 numbers sixteen periodical
To elevate the soul lu octavo pages, the
At once to aid, and prayer please, and bless ; fiits who now hb to ceiumbrate] WHICH, Situated North East of Bayou de la first of each month, at One Dollar a year,

Bes'de the sickly couch'P to slay.T d day-di .;nk b'.andlnJj-sou., i together with the stock heretofore on Trucha, on the bay of San Mary de G.ilez payable in advance. The sixth year i iJ

watch the lingering, fleet 1'I ing breath, pCHtr Jolina elf ad. hand, composes a very extensive and general I! \ about twenty one miles from the now completed, and the Seventh com.
assortment of books and will be of Pensacola menced
City : aHOUSE January 1326. Some copies
And when'tilt. hpirit flits away, 11 De ton of -de niatuij sold at the New-York
for .
prices yet be had from the beginning of the
of death.
To feal the
a To brighten still life's eyes brightest hour, plr of color-we wish him, sue- Merchants and public or private i ii ii & LOT work, but persons are at liberty to commence

'I o give each scene a richer zest, ct"ss-l gun "once he freedom en Libraries furnished on the most liberal .u... .'..,. at any period, and withdraw their
S terms, and such books as are ordered and
Is woman's part-man boasts of power, joy. subscriptions whenever notice i is giverr
are not on hand, will) be procured with as in the City of Pensacola and are paid. Orders from .
And all must yield at hi* behest.: 12 De representative in the fronting on arrearages any
little delay as possible. Orders from a Alcaniz Street said lot 52 feet part of the Union
Ie knoeU indeed ; but how sincere next Congress from dis sidf ob containing ,post paid, enclosing
Cad he l e'ore the altar bend, : distance will be as promptly attended to front by 80 feet deep ami known in the the- amount of subscription, and directedto

\Vho 'looks notsave with scornful sneer. I de state, may he hammer df mates ,I and meet with the same liberality as a Plan of the .Cityas number 112. T. It. Gates,290 North Third; Street,

On Ileaxtn's best gift-man's truest and blow de bellows of cui 'pios- j ersoual application. The! above property will be sold on Philadelphia, will be attended to without

friend i ;p'r1.--2 gun, song will de weave \%T. J-IasellIIullt. credit-one half of he purchase money delay.

r. April 12th: 1825. to be paid in one year and the remainderin Those who procure ten subscribersand
t two Payment to be secuiedby become responsible for of
Iliad a dieam. Mcthou ht I saw ,. year the amount
_. I 18 De folks down de river at --- notes wiith the their
'A .a1(' emaciated form, : a mortgage on pre ubscriptions, shall be entitled to

;:,- J T '\lIftS':e frozen heart no tears could thaw Harmon no understand win lien S\ \ of t\\u SotS \\, mises. a copy gratis

I ..". ,, 1 .No smile' dissolve the wintry storm, .> wart de black, Massa Boyt-r it is no intended to commence Desiderio Quina. Theophilus R. Gates._

S v That long upon his haggard brow no want de white-song sweet .A the publication. of the Star of the Pensacola! 17th March 1826-3tf. Philhdelphia, Jan. 10, 1826.

I I):.d hung and still v as hovering lipM; Dinah Smith, on the first Saturday ni'May next, dj:: :* Editors of papers who will givtf
.. Though:; soon to burst ; fat even now Volunteerhy Mr. J. Taylor all t"io-.e persons ho have, or intend to Iw3V1S, this advertisement few inserti ns, and

lIb. lamp of hfe was flickering. I subscribe for it, are desired 'o send their forward a paper containing it to the Reformer -

S. His friends had left him, one by one, Mdi honf'Sman de gloriousesiw ) names: (tree of postage) lu Milledgeville, RECEIVED per Brig Amos Palmer Philadelphia, shall receive the

As fall the leaves in Autumn's blast irk ob God"song by df same I Geoi a, i by that tout, directed to the York, and Harriet from ,. thanks of.. the Editor,and the numbers for
And now of all the boasted;'no tC a irlemen,-tune 'I knew by the Editor. of the Star of'he South. | one year.

: Were found to mourn for him at last- *moki Sec. Although a full prospectus of this publication Ttiirty eight Cases and Bales Dry Goods, | T.fl.G.

S None, save the one he s1igttedhe f has been printed in a number of suited the season, comprising, -

I Yet stood beside him, watching close I knew byde pigs, as their long tails dey nev" Capers; in the States of Georgia Super. ambric Prints, NOTICE.

JBacJi want and mo'"cmentjl1!: as free cnrlM : .Situtii: Carolina and Alabama, and a immj Common do. do.

Each want to succour-md compose All round yonder corn crib dat plenty I btr of kubscrioers: obtained-yet it may French Callicoes : LETTERS of Administration on the
Col. John Miller
The movements of his trembled soul.It was near, j i not be amiss again to give the character Cambricks, Jackonet, Lawn, ,deceased
might not be-that wildering gaze And I said deir"s corn to be had in de J uii'l terms ot the paper. Bombazette, assorted colours, having been granted the subscriber. by ,,
the County Court for the Countof Es- I
Bespoke him near life's dreaded goal- world, The Star of the South will be devoted Hosiery, elegant worked robes,
The goal of hapless,hopeless days De hog dat is hungry may look for it : to the illustration and defence of the Lace ball dresses, cambia ; all persons having demands a-
Ills cold hand she gently took, here.. gainst said estate are requested to presentthe
clay interehtint\ doctrine of tie Universal holiness llrown &bleached shirting &sheeting
One parting prayer to Heaven she sighed do. same immediately, and those indebt
t and eternal happiness of the souls Superfine do.
ed are desired to make
; 'Twas night and on feather and straw of all the human family-and the Unity of Plaids, Stripes, Indigo and furniture payment'to'V.

"lie answered with a withering look, beds around. S God, hv a society of Believers on Christ checks, shirting, ticking &c. &c. Hasell Hunt,

Withdrew his hand, and blackening Df white people all were Stretched at :; the: Lo'd." 12 boxes boots & shoes,fine & coarse, Administrator

t. died dare ease. TERMS. :2 trunks Ladies' silk, Mohair, and M.O- ensac ota, Jan 27, 1826488w.Warehouse .
: Every ting was asleep and I heard not a
jp The Star of the South will be ,
: It was a dream : and yet it toldNo sound 5 crates& 5 hhds. crockery, china and
on good paper, and with a fair type at St. Marks.
de fleas. every
mrnJ than the reality But Dinah a cursing de soul ob -
glass ware
other Saturday, at S 1 50 ,
per annum
Of man's proud heart, obdurate, cold,
.* fond And side of dis crib 1 payable on the receipt of the first num 4 cases: 2 trunks asso rted Saddlery, subscriber has lately.erected near
S. And woman's fidelity. here bv de corn 10 fine com'n & wool hats THE
ht"tu the Editor cases super, '
other's cried at Milledgeville, Georgia landing at St. Marks; a commadious ,
l'\e seIIherVIeep at wo,
2 trunks fine
I've ecen her dry the orphan's tear, With a two bushel bag I would trow de I whose name will appear-or g2 in 2 2 trunks cutlery, made and secure WAREHOUSE, where j
misfortune's blow I lluve months thereafter. cases ready clothing, he is prepared to receive goods, eitheron
And when beneath earin S ;
dear ; It-wIll be folded! and stitched in a 12 mo. 5 pipes old Cog. Brandy, Storage onCommission.
The object that she most De track ob de foot wid de sanoVI would
1 old Madeira wine
form of 12 pipe one pipe ,
: pages each number, or Wm. .
rise Wright.St
'S Was sinking fast, to no more- hide.
100 sacks ground salt
r ''"jtn- summer friends their flight hadsped And tote it away in full speed to my bin. more of-but will, in be increased in the the number 4 tons iron, assorted sizes,* ... Marks, Dec. 20th, 1826.-27-tf.
pages proportion as number -
4 bundles steel,
And foes n ere sterner than before, By de light ob de moon, t'at de night so subscribers may increase.
3 casks hoes, t at St. 1ti3kSfIIIHE
It is that {)
Wiiei, ttery earthly hope had fled, adorn, hoped the publishers will be !age
be'leved, when they state that their object 13 qr. chests fresh tea, assorted! ,
And sac \\ as flung, alone, to i got, Like Dinah white eye, 1 would scamper 2 boxes mustard, subscribers,' having erected *
is not to collect funds but to disse-
Upon the earth's cold charity, me home. ,u large and commodious WAREHOUSE
her wretched lot And deflect dat I'd stolen full of mhate what, they believe to be highly Cayenne pepper, via
V ith few to mourn a bag. information 5 hhds, Orleans new and WHARF at St, Marks,
interesting to their fellow sugar crop,
Amid t.H world's hilarity corn and 20 bbls. fresh flour, receive goods on consignment, for storage
I've her bend'in De best de dat had creatures ; to secure which, they
S seen meekly prayer to borough ever soilcit communications 20 bags Havana coffee. or sale on commission. Their charges
from of
II'A suppliant; at her Father's throne ; come. men genius will be moderate-such as are customary
; ne"'dlly-and for this the ALSO IN STOnE
j. She laidJs wants, her sorrows there, purpose, and the strictest attention will be paidto

I ; AId"ti.uU Ihy will) not mine, be Deday was close with, a splendid Star will sustain such that may be intended 70 ps. Kentucky bagging,'. the receiving and delivery of any go03*
to dispute its general doctrine but 45 Scotch do.
: S S 'done. !I" .-- -- ball, de fair sex never look the right animadversion must ; 12 ps.ps.To do. consigned. .
; = :: alwayshe
S S i i\1 l G. better, deir black eye shine wid) allowed to the E-htor, but which will 70 coils bale rope, and N.Provisions U. A large assortment of Groceries hand fcf

: jr resplendid beauty, and wid de tune be exercised in the spirit of candor, and 250 pounds bailing twine, sale on moderate always terms kept for cash on,

" of 'old de w3tlktlwpolitciiess or gentlemen, tenderness -, 2 tons assorted castings,
Western Virginia gentlemenkept
from the Ann.ViNCEN.NES "':;>
r John & Nath. Hawlen.
of Christians, consideration of philosophers 15 boxes old ciaret,..
Jul 16 1825. it toe and toe down until
t ) up' and a love .of brotHers, whom it 4 boxes old port, Reference,
: Jlla8a Stout -De free people of de sun rise is believed all mankind are. 30 bbls. whiskey, S Messrs. Hyde and Merrett,

1- colour' IF Vincennes, and de heigh. -,mMAIL,--- Editors of papers in the Southern and :10 Wood's patent ploughs, New Orleans.St. .

borhood link ddi dr glorious ca- ARRANGEMENT. Western States, who' are friendly to the 20! kegs ground paints, assorted colours, Marks March 1st 1826-2-41,

I liberty of the mind, and free investiga. 75 kegs tar, -
t uion ob cle four ob Juiy should
lion, will please insert the above, as oftenas Sides soal leather,. I S
, Claiborne Mail ft otice is Given
;: bfe'crlumbrAie.iif a manner worthyob they. may thiiilc' proper. Sides upper do. Hereby ,

; : de day. his was dt grate \\UE oiTTlmrsday at--- 3' F.-- M. Fide and Amore. .Calves'Skins. THAT at the next Term of the HOB.U

l' S day, wht"Vl tell all the people iU Closes onFriday, at 10 A. M. 8 bbls loafand lump sugar, t County Court, I will present anal
-- accounts and vouchers and apply.for
Ve lib free or die. Dia! was .de' 30 baskets sweet oil, .
r: Tallahassee Mail. of ls .
t settlement of the Estate
,U; day on which we consent lo de .820 REWARD, '25 boxes assorted window glass, Levis,'decezs d. '
45 kegs cut nails,
I Independence ob our country, and Due every other Monday 6P. M. rn UNAWAY the 23d March last Sebastian Barrios
Closes the following Tuesday at 6 on a qr. casks Madeira, Teneriffe an'd Malaga ,

?:. to eel \Wlc.h. so many ob our offSpring o'clock P. M. negro man, named wine, for sale by Administrator.

t'. S shed jdr blood uua' die.O W. Hasell Hunt .' | 'StoneNisbet.. -

,>i dis bber memorable day we : Fott 'JUattcTt', I [ V | December- 10th, 1825.lNNET. DAVID C. PJNK JAr,
i : .
.- leab off de British and tell him we
Pensacola 25th "
S April 1&263t.[ ..... Law
., S Counsellor at
h-ab no casion for h? furder care.-. Deerskins -- Belonging Thomas English. S.

.pS. r Forty nine' year ago as Masaa, Aidumsriay and- Beeawax., I II I Andrew is; about Thirty yearsof ciTRS. PENDLETON, respectfully HAVING.fixed his residence t1i at=
5 .
. / 3'I? "De sun siting over de THE highest market price.. ill.be giv of age, slim made, and speaks i informs the Ladies of Pensacolaand' practice law m
in Cash, for Dterskinsand Beeswax well i ot at yellow complexion for a negro. of Escambia, Walton, Jactat.- obile:
: : .plains ob independent America. vicinity,that she will dress and ,repair Counties and also at ..
t 1'CW&nl will be and Leon ,
: .1: v by / : Theb v paidby apprehendingsaid .do t'
will also t
: :t;/ \Ve ,tink he Ifab no been. .clouded ; negro. .on application toThptnasl.BngHth Bqnnctti. She extract any He may be found At hi*. office ua
S John, Jerriaon, jrL ': stains wbichimay.be made with iron rust Office.PRINTING.
1 '4 1incc. Fe Hug dt 'we had o'urS S ; Choctaw BluffAlabamaobr'to below,the Post _-_-'
; or mildew.and requisite vill dye.them
Liberty: in dis free tae, where. a* BLANKS, ; : .' 'a.igery.. Jegan't 1ilicVh ch'will be durable :

S." S the grate orator>ay vuen '*4 Black Ofrarious descriptions for eale.at tjiis of;. .,: 1.p ..Q &' C P! Keyser. .-. .. \ ,;:. 'Ac

, 4a.D loch de 'groud de.alter and 4plS Pen. U" pr'11S.i82T.U.. f-PysWoU; > April Ttb, 185fc:-$r-3tr. wltul,,. \ 1.& J Q .. j, :

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