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 27, 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.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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:..Ai 1- __ --- I ment of them,when aseertlififdK. vNo eri-,sustained in 1812,in the then Province
XTIBT SATOTIIUT, amount which would have been : t will be ;e collected! by yntiSir :
dence accompanies 'tbe\kejaoi) l but have leave to withdraw memorial F
..;' their
:BY W. HA.SELL HUNT, payable) on Vessels of the United the committee have ,not thought' nejeessary and the Accompanying documents. ; that"'for many-vfara previousto.ilicocciipitiQti _......

SOLK EDITOR ASTD PHOPRIKTOH; Stages and.cargo s composed, as aforesaid to call for.J c ence*' fe s M&, &,J q*, ;" :,.' ..... ._ I... -,i. tne ProvInce

Publither of the Lav of the United State imported therein ; ,and ment is u.yt- '*itts- In' -Zetfer; fr-
and of the Territory of Florida. that the same allowance sofclrawback' tticadrnisioeofbe mittwiRhe ipaltsstAecfl Mr. Rush.WASHIXQTOX. .troops, there had been various

Sua3cnirrIO3-YCT 5 exportation, in i ifttlJ.: .. of f >>Y UeSJ. The'-mtteropted,revolution JVov. questions: of controversy, between \
3. i if 1812 is well 28M, 1825.
Half! .year i in East Florida, the Spanish and .
1 3Q We Republic of Columbia (Colombia beeh bia. of Monarchy the _
Quarter year ;remembered ; the part said to'have By an. act Congrras,,ap 5
Single paper twelve and an half cents., ,) be made as on the like.exportation !taken in it bv- %$Seneral Matthews : the provedMarch\ 3d, 1823, the claimsof Government, of the United Statel,

Subscriptions payable in advance.ADVXBTmKo ) in vessels.of the United disavowal of his conduct,and the revocation Spanish' officers and individual relation to.limits, therightof S

-Every advertisement Stat s.,' of.his authority by the President: *are Spanish\ inhabitants under the 'deposite at NtW*Orie.ni.the. navigation .
tofthe width of one column and measuring equally well known. The transactionsof of the
Mississippi &
Sfc. 3. And fie itfurthsr enact- particularly -
not more than twelve lines of this type, tint day formed a part of complicated 9ih_ article' of ,the treaty between the Spanish ,'
first insertion one dollar.each! weekly continuance ed, That this act shall continueand negotiations with Spain, which were terminated Spain and be United States, concluded spoliations
fifty cents; longer and wider be in force during the time by the.treaty of cession, of Feb at Washington the 22d Upon our commerce; and.the con,

ones at the same rate. Rule and figure that the equality! for wrtiich it pro ruary 22d 1819. Aa individuals, the Feb. 1819, were referred to 'the demn&tion of'prtzes taptured by.

work, double price for the first insertion. vides shall, in all respects, be reciprocated Spanish inhabitants: of East Florida had judges of the Courts of French privateers in the ports of
Advertisements will be tastefully displayed in the of the Re. no claim upon the United States. The Spain, for the latter. bf which our '
according to the nature of them, and ports question of indemnity, arising out of the East and West Florida, for exami claimed

will be measured by matter of this size public of Columbia (Colombia) ; events ot' 1812, was purely international nation and adjustment, and a pro.. which-government an indemnity,

type. When inserted at intervals (that and if, at any time hereafter, urged by Sp in, doubtless, for the benefit vision made for their payment, was provided 'for in the

is, not inserted every week,from the first the Said equality shall not be reciprocated bf the sufferers. What Were the obliga. the approval of the Secretary Contention 1802. .My object
to the last insertion) each insertion will in the of the said tions of the United States to Spain,for the upon in referring to these facts, so
ports of
the of
the United
be charged as a new advertisement.- transactions ot 1812, the Committee do Treasury prominent lathe, diplomatic history -
Amounts for advertising payable alwayson Republic, the President, may, and I not think it necessary to inquire : an a- Slates. These claims were submitted of '
I our couhtry and so
demand. he is hereby authorized, to issue greement, mutually satisfactory to the and judicially investigated perfectly

OCj Liberal contracts will be made his, Proclamation, declaring the : parties, was made and to thst agreement by the judges, in obedience to the familiar to you, is to present a ,...,
advertise the be had to ascertain the I view of the relations of the two .
with those who wish to by fact, whereupon this act Shall a resort must of the and
foundation of the claims of the petitionersupon requisition. act, 'Ire. Governments previous to.the pas
year. determine.
QCjP: All communications to the Editor cease and 20 1826.S >the United States. Such part of the ported during itie last winter, at a sage of the secret act of Congress '

mutt be postpaid, or they will be attended I Approved.\pril ; 9tn article of the Treaty of the 22d of time when it believed the health of 1811. I do not pretend :that .
suits his convenience. I 1819, which relates tothe of
to or not as February various your predecessor was such, as
: [PUBLIC-No. 23.] :the Spanish Government had'Rot
Florida is follows
transactions in as ;
: ;rcLkeUnitedSta te& An act appropriating a sum of money for '* And the high contracting parties re to prevent his giving that attention 'violated the laws of nations and

the repair of the Post Roads between spectively, renounce all claim to indem- to the subject, which its magnitude the Convention they had solemnly

Jackson and Columbus, in the State of nities for any of the recent eTents or and importance required.A entered into. These are questions -

: Mississippi. transactions of their respective commanders list has been furnished by one Hiat it would be useless to discuss

*** *2 Be it enacted by the Senate and and officers, in the Floridss. of the clerks of your Department, whaiever have been the ,
House of Kefirtscntatives of the The United States will cause satisfaction be of may undoubted
purporting to an account
-:: -: .:: United States of America in Congress to be made for the injuries, if any number admitted arid rights, equitable claims,
-- which of shall those rejected and of the United
assembled, That the sum of ,by process law be estab- just complaints
y ,' .."p-' dollars be and lished to have been suffered bf the Spanish without giving the reason Slates on the one hand, and the
; thousand
fifteen officers, and individual Spinish Inhabitants of the decision against the latter, freud and of
perfidy tb
the same is hereby, appropriated, by the late operations of the American with which some of my constituents -
for the repair of the Post Road in army in Florida." Spnir.hGoverDmttu- the other,
particularly in East Florida, i it will be obvious that the inhabitants -
b Jackson Soon after the Floridas were deliveredto .
the Indian country, "'tween I
are greatly and in my humble opinion -' I ol: E.st Florida incur
and Columbus, in the State of the United States, to fulfil the obligations could ,,
under tbis-article of tie treaty of (although it i* uttered with I no responsibility,and that their private

:Misfibsipji: to bt expended under cession, an act was passed ().1 the 3d day deference and respect,) justly, dis- fortunes could not be

the direction of the Postmaster ot March, 1823,authorising the Judges of satisfied. appropriated
General ; and that the said sum the Territory to receive evidence of the It 10 the satisfaction, of these

uf money be paid out of any money several claims under it ; to report themto therefore becomes imy duty, spoliations, or the support uf the

in Treasury not otherwise the Secretary of the Treasury who ay the representative of'that territory American army in pursuit of redress

was directed to re-examine them, and to to invite your attention to within the acknowledgedlimits

\.ppropriatec.k. pay those which were approved, out of the subject, under a firm -conviction of the Spanish
1826. territory
BYAUYFJORITY.PUBLICNo. I ....'\ppro\"ed-April- --- -20,- any moneys in the Treasury,not specially that upon an examination of without declaration of
F previous
appropriated to some other Va-
[ 21.] !. k) 'r\c.\l.\ L. rious claims were presented object, establishedby the facts and the treaty itself, you war by the constitutional authori

An vania act to to authorize lay out the and State make ofpennsy1.a canal - I authentic evidence,and transmitted: to cannot fail, by the application 01'I ties. Even in case there had been

through the United States' public the Fentucola Gaztttf.- the Treasury Department. Upon all those principles of rational construction an open war, existing at the time

ground near the city of Pittsburgh.lie For an Album. those presented: before March last, the with which you are so of he invasi' n, between the two

it enacted by the Senate and Lady! as o'er ihis simple lay, Three lat Secretary elates of of cases the, have Treasury been decided. familiar to give such an Interpretation Governments ; according tor the
House oj Representatives of the Thine azure eye may sometimes him look ; arising in 1812. 1814 and 1818. It as will do ample justice to well settltd principles ol all civil ,
one thought to .
United States *f,America in Congress Perhaps Who thus has stained thy snowy may book.stray appears, by the record ot the Treasury the claimants, and preserve the ized nations, the private property

a8 mbled, That the consent One thought of friendship's Department, that all those of 1812 and honor and faith of the nation, of the inhabi.ants of he belhge

of Congress is hereby givento sighRemembrance- the 1814 were rejected It is understood as not embraced by without subjecting them to the necessity rent parties would be free from .
the State of Pennsylvania, to of our happier hours ; treaty., that, before a finaldecision by committee "' of appealing to Congress, :I uioiestation or injury. This question -

layout and make a canal throughthe And When life pleasure lit its glow'd gloom in with every flower eye, !. them, the late ecretary.of the Treasury upon to institute an inquiry, whether any is ot loa recent occurrence ia

United States', public ground, up applied to the Chiet Magistrate under further provision is necessary to our own Government to ucimit of .

a; the village of Lawrenceville; I i El ve wt not heard-how often felt> whose instructions the treaty was framed carry into effect that article of the controversy ; in the late war wim

jiea- the city of Piltsburg ; Provided Soft music all its sweetness prove ; previously; and was entertained confirmed in him the opinion that treaty. The amount of the claims England, tuc United Slates asserted S
and make And as we on each accent dwelt, by no dwindle into
That in out
laying comparative insigmfi- ttuccessfull her claims for
Oft blest the liquid sounds of love ? Cases were within the scope of the 9th article ) the
ing said canal, the said State, the But never more-oh! ne'er again, which occurred prior to 1818. cancewnen the great principles involved deportation ol slaves.tuken from individuals "

Engineers, artisans, or laborer, For me will Joy attune the song i An application has been lately made on in their determination are by tbe enemy in time of

by her employed, shall not ink'r- Broke is the spelt and fled the strain, behalf claimants for losses sustained in considered by a government that open' and declared war.

fere with, or injure, any of the That soothed my heart amid the throng. 1812 and 1814, and the opinion of the possesses the proud preeminence ofa '
present coincides with that of the preceding There was however no war be-< I

buildings, improvements or ether Perchance another with tender zeal, i administration. The only question national character, unsullied by tween Spain and the United States .

works, erected, or that may here- May ponder o'er my feeble strain; fur the Committee to consider, is, whether injustice or punic faith, and whenit when despatches were issued in
after be erected for the use that decision is justified the 9th is recollected that these claimants ,
by, or Touchtt by my theme, may learn to feel, by 1811, to Gen. .i.. iaUhews
uir/cting .
I. of, the United States. Or'call to life past bliss again.If article of the treaty, the words of which are not ,foreign subjects ; >
him to repair with all
Ser. 2. And be further enacted in that moment, she should seek, have been already quoted. In the judge having a government to interposeits jossibloexpcthtion
ment ot the Committee, the word late concealing from
which With anxious look ny humble name; operations general
condition'on behalf
in their
That, as a negotiations ;
the last
Let kindnes3 scan my errors weak, only operations observation the trust c: inmit.ted" .
the assent of Congress is given i And shield thy friend, tho'others Ii lameOh of the American army. Prior to by the treaty they have been made ana directing him, if the local

. wherever said canal shall cross any 1812,no operations are known to have citizens of the United States, and ..
authorities to
were willing
road thou who dost control occurred J to include 1812, 1814 and 1818; the surrender
public or private or highway, frown not are now relying on magnanimity
of Tho' all should still life condemn three distinct periods, under the term of the country, to take, possession, S
in said public ground, the State my iTo their own adopted rulers,
lat would be using a latitude of construction and in case foreign power'Ib uld
least heart soul
thee at ,
my my
\ shall bridgesto and, appealing only to the stand
Pennsylvania cause
Have e'er been true, if false to them- not warranted by the letter ot be suspected: of a design to take it, -
be erected fit for the passage of For haply he who traces here spirit ofthe article. If"* late operations"do ard of reason and national laws expect *. to pre-o cupy by force the, Ter

carts and wagons ; and forever. The breathings of au erring mind ; not exclude any operations," why by that to be judged. It is ritory" and if a .* Military .force*
thereafter keep and maintain the Ere long, may claim some pitying tear; was the tern: used? It is alleged, however said in a letter written to East 5-
in the ingenious and elaborate should be: requirtd, tbeyarepla1under
said bridges passable and in good A tear tram thee whose heart refined. very Florida, that the claims in that .
argument of the ,Delegate of Florida, his <:Ot;.mi1n i. Unoer these
repair, without receiving any loll which section of the Territory were re
accompanies report, that the Gen..
Oh should a note of sorrow then, instructions Matthews enter. *
or tolls, or any other comp'ensation Steal 9tu article in the English differs from the jected, because they were not em- with
upon thy listening ear ; ell the country .aO" army, took:
whatever. Refuse not thou the chrystal gem, Spanish no qualifying word equivalentto braced by the provisions of tne of Amelia' ,Island
possession contrary
JOHN TAYLOR, The eye may weep to friendship dear. late" being used in the Spanish.The .- treaty. The claims for losses in ,
Speaker of Ihe House Representatives, For life is but a passing: ray, English and Spanishare equally o- West Florida occasioned by the to tne declared will and ia
JOHN C.CALHOUN, A bubble on the ocean borne, riginals", and it cannot be important to defiance of the Spanish authority,"
United and '. ascertain which is the translation of the invasion of 181*, were no doubt ana S
Vice-President ofthe States, The viewless spirit" of a day, against their loudest' protesta
. President of the Senate. The murmuring echo of a storm. other. On a careful comparison of the doomed to the same fate, and for tions. Many of the inhabitants'

Approved-April 14,1826.JOHN English and Spanish the committee the same reason. By this con. '
.. i QUINCY ADAMS. Then Lady adieu-when o'er my lay, of opinion, however that the same idea? struction the operation of the treaty o country seeing an' Ameri
in and that caD General bearing tue Commission
is nveyed languages -
--- Thine azure eye may sometimes look, is only confined to the losses
tbe same construction may be put on the of the President of the United
= Oh to him
- [PciJLic No.22.] give one thought away occasioned the of
the duties vessels Who thus has stain'd thy snowy book. Spanish as upon the English. The Spanish by operations Slate and upon his" lsu .,ntei'*
An act to equalize -
follows the inl8"18 when it is known
: ,
cf Columbia (Colombia One thought of kindness-one little sigh; as army chat: the ,United States intended to
the'Republic alias : .. .. .
Las par el., contratantes renun- that in that there were few <
In token of our happier year
,)and their cargoes. todo hold possession joined hi* siandardy -
cian reciprocamente sus derechoS
When pleasure beam'd from ev'ry eye hjsses in consequence of the strict .J
the Senate and ; "
Be it enacted by declared the independent
indemmzaciones -
a por qualquiera or province
And life lit its gloom with flowers' .
and ,
discipline, uncommon
J' House of Representatives of the Kaide ultimos a cohtecimientos y tmusacciones prudence of the Spanish. mo .
\ United States of America in Con de sus respective coraandantesy oficialcs of the.commanding General made formal 'd .
V 1 1A : --- :i'. narcny, liverl.otitio'theUnit
en las Floridas. and his officers, and when ,the
;' great assembled, That no other or a/'AYJlSlI CLAIMS. d States and placed -
higher rate of duties shall be imposed .. Y los'Estadol Unidos satisfar&n los Quartermaster bad not only stores, .themselves i under fts protecttion. -
perjuicios, si loa hubiese hibido los
que but the demands
to -
of collected on vessels of In Congress--'House of Reiretentative tiabit&ntes oticiales Espanoles justifK money adequate All the confusion and consequent .,

the Republic of Columbia (Colombia *. March 10, 1836. quen legajinente y hauer sufrido put las ,of,.the.array, with the exception loss of property ofbot -

their Mr. from the committee on Foreign racicm ldel Exercito Americano perhaps of a few instances,
" ,) and cargoes, con Foisyth upc= en the inhabitants and- What has oeenr "
of the Affairs- which was referred elias." which resulted more from the ,Patriots '
sisting of articles growth, denominated the was tV
I the petition of.the Inhabitants of the The words w'o eracio del of the consternation
of bald por es consequences
/: produce, or be attributed directly to the infa --
Territory of Florida for losses sustain "
Exercito en'ellu refer inversionthan
I to occasioned ah '
t Republic, than are, or may be, ed by the invasion'of'1812, made the. the '* ultimos a coctecimientos'y transac- I by sion of O" D. Matthews., The,Pa- ,.,

. .:}'"._" !:' payable on vessels of the United following4REPORT i clonea1'be whole should form but ohe the.oldiorvi"immediate.destruction- of, ,-tbe- iriotwiee'ng from his instruction. ij .-"
:,: ':'.'. States} with cargoes composed r F ;sentence\ ,there i is evidently a mistake in: that he was .u'buhled to rctciVeix "".:

J\\i I'!""*'' ;..it.- is aforesaid. which was read.and laid Upon the table* the punctuation. The copulAtive'con I shall endeavor ,however'to: enquire 'from tire,local, Hoi ities, pro-'

)".7..'J-;: 2::' Sec. 2. And be further enacted Thecummittee' Foreign Relations,on junction y ,(and) unites'the. two parts.of in .the first placE>> what were chimed' a' reVoliftibirthat.. they! ;
'' ;\; the memorial olsundrypersans inhabitants sentence together. Las obligations incurred by the '
:f 4' :;;, That the Secretary of the Tre 'Q. followed aeemicoloivothier.wi the dominant party ia tht country i
of East Florida,previous to the eta- United tates' in of .
ry be, and he'is hereby, authorized I lion alit to tbe\United Slates,.report:: the relative pronoun "cllis.",which' the invasion of consequence ti. might:surrender tne Pro>iuc
'? ?)... to return all duties, blch have Tb&t the:petitioners'state that they'suffered concludes whole, would* be withoutan FlOridaindep I _of:(; !t Matthew" *' .
\ Been since the invasion and antecedent; .' dnt of any treaty xm the subject ditavlwedi nis S
.... ,.', assessed- twenty- greatly blIthe occupation / ?' were however paw c
, ;'i1 1:' ninth January, eighteen' hundred bla;part of the province'of Eot Florida The Committee recoinmeiid. ,therefore, and.in the second,. to, .prove. that crs:revoke. a4ally conferred: -
" .(, in 1812 under.the com to the House,not to disturb: tbe"decision those such .established "
, of the by troops- ,.loeicSr ,as..mightbe
, ; and : vessels .Mitcfe-tt of Hid
Gen. :
: twenty-sixi'on .
"it .4i ". mxnd of,Central ,M&ttkcvs,::. Commissioner made'UDder.the'treaty and the 1&w:1O car.ry by',the decision' of the on : '"
J: i : ;: Republic of; Colombia, (Colombia of the United.States,andttjeynrty it into effect, and 1 gfier.:the'following i.t" andsb.ia"tende4 in the officiif :CoaamunicatioB .to: -'..,..

/ 'r: ,) and 'their' 'cargoes or. the Cpngretsto adopt:the. proper means .tooccruiri IUboQ:1; : hdgswer&embraced: by this' GeoticmM, tlst, Goveromenseem # 'N

Fi \ growth, produce, > scnsibltJ',thstth; J.Iii& II
ri'" thc loi* sad phl' JY ; se4sy- .Florid. *, who'nryi8d. ,miiv'foripJaui pit.f 3D;- .. .: 5- S' .5' 'I 5,
said beyond : 1 '
tho -
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ptneeewngs"ftor\ to theampalgD; .-t- Mer.i'in.d1ay,.Bi ton)!f lm'ei, pine,,sapdy hills, wholly \unfitTor:

: 11itl1 w'1ad'dedarecHhe: l>rp- Impelled the invasion in either. of the 1818, there i* another .ground;deemed :Chambers, King, and ,Lbyd, said culttvation.; ..Tire} is alargpond : "

'-ince. i iBde, exAJent "placed rrji.ance other-instances. powerful than, were'the not,one mpre, in 1818.preyingor In incontroy ble." tn.tIe"Spanish! copy I afwwor.as. on the subject when' ID thejccntreof this Ha mm Ckwitk .

otf the, 'countenance and mp- the one made'in 1814 it,was by the same ofthetrealy. tobfond Inth6ti '7.Q- the question/ 'was taken and'neg'tived. 'several drains'; tn't&: wet; ,'seasoi '

{pbrt of the Government oC.the JJnited army for the same purpose; if Spain hada lume of the' Lan* theJnited'5ttet to signify, ills the'greater'pfrt under, water,

States."' In subsequentinrstructions : right to demand indemnity and satisfaction and- there-late."is no Thoplffateology Word' employed is, MporJas On motion !by: Mr. 'Benton, the in the dry season there,is no water

from the DepartmentofState for the injuries of her subjects' the,. operaci,'ne '!! 9 by 'Ihe operatlo of I bill ,was then'laidon' the table to except in, this large pond. The
date the 27th oC the United States acquiesced rn justice Florida applyinrto bit,as soil from ,itl'growth of timber
bearing and legality of her demand in the one the army in ; be' called up to-morrow. ,

May 1812, the following language ease; with what colourof propriety ould I well'a$ to Wesvand, as tins ii ont of must the I House of-Representatives. Would induce a passing.observer .
of sinit
it is from it in the I II few covenants ih favor believe it fertile but I. ,
is employed, not expectedif they claim an exemption I Friday,Jiflril 15. to very ,
be taken most'itrongly
you find it proper to withdraw: I other. The same rights existed on'the between the resolution offered found Oft examining the lad ia

and or. 'How tbisdiff! The following ,
and the moral *
of same ;
the troops that you will interfere part political Spain obligations were imposed on the two copies :occurredamat. : a loss toconjectUre yesterday by Mr. Cpckc ., of many places, that it is a light ,Smouldto
Patriots to surrender be a-mistake of the three inches
to compel the United States whilst in -Florida/tbe ,\tdesltt Tennessee was taken up and agreed or deepJ'
the Country, or aUf part: oIl;, obligation was increased fourfold from translator; 'in Mains that article into based on white sand, and would,

to the Spanisn: authorities ; the ,Uie fact that'at the time. of he hostile English, as Hi*probable it was proposed I- to ; That the Secretary> cultivated. ,in .three years become .'

for into that Province, there was no in the S-psnis 'fanguage. Resolved ..
responsible ntry of sand. The whole
United are bed
be the Spanish! beforethe .a :
war, no enemy fostered and encouraged However _may of War be directed to lay ?
... their owfl act only.Here i by the local authorities, no Indians fur- Negotiator believed-atthetime that the House all the information .in extent. of this Hammock would not

an explicit ae'chirsaton that/at/ niabed with ammunition and weapons tp rights; of tbesa. slafinanw! were provided the of the War Department make: more than a. townahipThere ;

though the Government adroit be used against us-none of these extenuating for f and, as Isb* e endesftroTcll to shew, possession is.'but'one small Indian settlement -

i that the Patriots were encouraged circumstances existed ; 'the move- that the Unilea Stswere bound by touching the present in it : and, 'take it altogether .
and obligations of'-the Florida fiidians, .
and the unchangeable location *
, ment was a political one altogether '
; the countenance and supportof feel it been .
by I I confident ,has 1. .
for them and -
'to of the
the object to seize: The Province, as ah in. ofjustiee, pay witVi such description coutr-
its officers, yet they will only be demnity for spoliations with which these when there, are such strong arguments in try as to soil and water as is in vastly$ overrated.. I think'tbiLt a ,-,

: responsible for their own acts. It, inhabitants had nothing to do; and to favor of that: construction', I think they of the ent. man who is:a judge .0fland would ,

is submitted for your onsidera-, that, as'the immediate and not remote cannot hesitate do so.--* t. the power 'Depart vfiN'lU.The .. not give m'ore .t"an. o ,dollar peracre : I

tion, sir"whethef this 'position is cause, may be attributed all the 'consequences I do not know, the nature or amount of Tuesday for the best of it above high
of the Revolution and proceedings the claims in East Florida; ii i is the principle geaker1kid befoie the House :
defensible and whether it was not
of the Patriots, the sortie of Sir Gre- alone for which I contend,leading it the following communication frfom water mark, which would be but

abandoned in the formation of the gor M'Gregor and the excursions of.the to the judges: who are fully competentto Secretary of \V ar-, whiebwasreferred small. pait of the whole Ham ..

treaty ? I humbly conceive that visionary: Aury, in addition to the deviSe the duties 'assigned them and who onindian mock. -

they were, in foro conscientio, Ha tations ofour own army.A have, ItO doubt, examined them with the to the Com. I travelled1 but ia short distance ingoing

ale; for all the injuries to the property proposition of this' kind successfully strictest scrutiny ; and to you sir, in Affairs, and ordered to be printed. South on the military road. I

of both the.Spanish subjectsand advanced, would result ih the establishment whose judgment I have the most implicit Department o/Wart prillT. 1826. left it near Okhumki and examiried the

from the of a principle of this kind, that the confidence, to say whether they were SIR : I have the honor, in compliance whole country to the right ofthe road,

Patriots resulting United States have a right to invade the embraced by the treaty. with the resolution !of the. as fuas Tampa Bay. I \'isited.er1. ..

.alternate conflicts of both parties. provinces of a friendly or neutral power, That illegitimate claims should be presented House of Representatives of the. Spot where any lands were spoken of as

The'United States although they destroy the property of the inhabitants, under this law,excites no surprise the being good and I can say- with truth, I
without making compensation, without and is of frequent as is shewn 15th instant, relative to present -
disavow the acts of Gen. 'Matthews any o.ccl1fence. have not seen three hundred acres "of
and dismiss him from service its being forced upon them by the 'by the freqaent rejections at your own location of the Florida Indians ood'Jand in my whole route, after leaving : -
stipulation ofa Such an argument department that these claims have been and their its soil
maintain his in treaty. ; country, the agency. The lands on. the big
still position* would not only be indefensible, but incompatible thoroughly examined, and the good separated and water to transmit the accom- and Little \Vithr .C uch1, are poor and
the interior of a country with with the honor and magna from the fraudulent we may have the lands on 'Ilillsborough tirer
1 2 3 which within
tfhi'cb and of the nalionI' confidence from the high character panying papers, ,
we are at peace, say, nimity every information in the the Indian boundary are of so little value,
te are responsible for our own, No one it is presumed willcontend that of the tribunals to whom they were contain all the that there i is riot one Indian settlement on

acts by which it is evidently according to the usages and laws of war, referred, and: they having received their Department, required by the afore- any of them. 1'did not visit' Peas Creek.
". I theprivate property of an enemy could examination in pursuance of law ought said resolution. I had suffered so much from drinking
c hold the
meant' they intend and to be appropriated or destroyed by an inva. not now: to be questioned- by the United I have the honor to be, very respectfully water alive with insects,from Moschetoes;

ground occupied settle with der, without incurring just liability to StatesIn obedient servant. intolerable hot weather, and 'my boned
the King of Spajn for the hostile make compensation and if it is not made Vest Florida having.been.engagedas your were so reduced by the journey & th*

entry, and Jhe inhabitants for any by the aggressor the Government oughtto counsel for "'Some of the claimants, I I James Barbour.To swarms of horse flies that I determined

their remunerate her own Citizens or subjects had occasion to attend the examination the Hon. the Speaker the ; to leave that point unexploredhaving
jo personal
property. and continu the war until the ob. of judgetand in that "district the. Home Representatives vfthe U.s.l satisfactory information thattbere.received
took ..
All these proceedings place ject isaccomplished ; a contrary doctrine claims submitted to the ordeal 9f '
werf No.l.1.] I isbut: a small tract of g9P.' land in that -
prior to the declaration of \var against would subvert established principles, and the strictest investigation'; it was proved Department of Vart I: quarter. 1 never have seen- '. '
England, tfitti when there make a new chapter the code nations, by all the witnesses examined, that every Office of Indian Affairs wretched tract of country than that which
'no' of Indian that few civilized communities would effort was made by the Commanding Ge. I entered five six
iras. apprehension SIR : I have the honor in com, or miles South of Chu
deem it politic to adopt.If neral and ('i officers to preserve the property the Sand
cuchatty hills
hostility in that quarter. to justify pliance with directions to ; rise very high
then the private property of an ene ofth| inhabitants'inviolale: and yo'uwill your and the Indian trail winds
'iuch precautionary measures. At my is sacred in ti me of war, the argument observe: by an inspection of these "furnish the inforinaikfri calle'd for tenth .sand ridge for over or'an ex-
:-the succeeding session of' Congress applies much more forcibly in favor of a claims, that they resulted more from the I by the resolution of the House of miles the whole of the timber eight 'for this'

bill introduced to friendly or neutral power. The British consternation and night of the inhabitants -
a was au Representatives of the 15th' inst., distance as far as the can has
seem to have been so sensible of the than the of the I eye survey
thorise the forcible possession of ap- excesses the of War been killed by fire the bt 'Atand blackened
: directing Secretary ; .
nlicationofthis orincinle., that_ after the and that there was no such desolation as
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:the i Flondas, which :" vas rejected arrival of their troops I in r the West Incites followed the invasion of East "'1orida.-1 to lay before it all the information pines without leaf, added to the

/ .in the See at,-, and notwithstanding, they despatched an officer to pay for all trust that every suspicious claim will be in the possession of the Department most dreary miserabl poverty of'the and land, presents the

: :..the' po i.li..n was still maintained. losses occasioned by their troops, during, promptly rejected, that the honest sufferer touching the present locationof ever beheld. After gloomy prospect the I
descending Southern
The ,Governor Georgia seemed the temporary occupation of Pensacola ; alone'sliatt be provided for, and the the Florida Indians, with such extremity of this ridge I entered
in a
addition this, the British
fraudulent claimant repulsed.The .
fo havo understood the diplomatic instructions of to low, wet, piny country, with
as spotted
the description the country, numerous -
he had received,and in his letter upon representations negotiations in regard to the trea- ponds. I had
Spanish Ministers, have constituted terminated after soil and water as is in the powerof much difficulty to
a ty so Soon the campaign ,
of 17th of July 1812 :hfr I have '
says : through them, the
carefully1 avoided making any proposition; commission in England, to receive and of 1818, the losses were comparativelyso the Department" to, submit, pass has been although season
adjufct all ckiims of Spanish subjects against insignificant: and the paucity of complaints marked and 3 uncommonly dry; had much
fur withdrawing the troops, under the I herewith, papers 3 rain have fallen I could
that for I never have
Government property oil the subject that the conclusion
: fullest conviction that such a step was and refer to the reached
respectfully Tampa in that direction.So .
carried ,
off in !
particularly negroes, is inevitable that the treaty was intended
not Matthews intended v..as.dismissed Here for although transcendingorders Gen. British vessels. Instances of a similar to embrace those of 1812 and printed document, ,(House of Representatives low was the whole country as far.as

his character are not wanting. our own Government 1814. -. .. No. 74,) of the 6th the Indian boundary extended toward >
it is
as Was alleged, position
Tampa flay that after riding all day
; when the North-western army I have thus endeavored to call attention last and which and-
'maintained your February together '
by a subsequent cOfTmJ.mlermd : until 11 o'clock in the
invaded atnight, ,hbpei
Canada, were reduced to considerable I ,to a subject in which consti- II
the luHebt that it
\ r conviction was not I my with the above paperso tain all i would find a dry to.
extremities, and to tarry on the tuents are deeply interested,with the zeal spot sleep upon I
the intention that he should recede from it.
the information touching the sUbject Was compelled to take
war more vigorously destroyed the individual up my lodgingson
due to their interests,and with a freedom
That of the
held against possession tlie.wishes country and entreaties WHS forcibly of property of the enemy, an :'Ame that .confidence h>' the justice of their of the resolution, of the 15th. 'low wet place for the night, No

the Spanish Olficers! and inhabitants, will rican agent was despatched to French- claims inspires; if I have mistaken, any of inst. on file in this office. settlement ever can be make in this region -
town to adjust all claim!>>, and for the the facts of ,and there is no land in it worth cul
I pay principles legal construction I have thVhonorto be sir
'be seen by a letter from Governor Kinde- yeryrespe'cfu tivation. The
best of
the Indian
losses occasioned the of the land
: by operations
arising fro/n them will to
: please
Ian to Gen. forwarded you
Mitchell to the most obedient
1y, worth but
your are little
So far the decision of the Em ; nineteen twentiethsof
of-State in,which"the former aroiy. : as ascribe it taerror judgment, and a sin-
perorof all the llussias, may be quoted as cere desire to do justice to those I have servant, their whole country within the present
protests the against the a longer coutinuance&of an exposition ot'natioual law it was madein the hon 'r to represent. My views have Tho. L. McKenney. boundary, i is by far the poorest and most
Irbupsm .Spanish (
dominions a- favor in the with England miserable region I ever beheld, I have
..- gnst the:; destruction of the property of our controversy been ,expressed with frankness and at To the Hon James Barbourt "
the inhabitants. As an evidence of the in regard to the deportation of the same time with all possible respectand Secretary 01J' r- therefore to advise, as my duty deman
and the honor
slaves. Governments should not be and humanity' of '
unmindful unlimited
confidence in the constituted my
of in
,great property of the consequence i ofthe benign maxim,"to do unto authorities, and from a belief that [NO.2 J country requireS; that the Big Swamp be -

the'operations army"reference others as they. would have other to do your predecessor could never hate ex. Florida Agency, Jpri/22. 1826. also given! to the Indians and that the
is to the letter of
unto them." amined them. SIR : Finding, on my arrival at Northern line be fixed five miles north of
Col.Smith the commander of the United
,.. States'troops dated"Camp 20 miles north 1 have endeavored to.prove that the I have the honor to be, with high con the Agency,.that the Chiefs of the the Big Swamp ,and extended to the
United Stale bound for Okelewaha river- east and far
were ,
4 pay siderations of obedient Seminole Nation so u'est
fcf St. Axigmtine 22d Sept. 1812. hLays respect your servant were extremely
these losses, without the injunctions of a as to include the. Big Hammock The
the inhabitant have all abandoned that I should
treaty. 1 beg leave now to refer to that importunate examine line will ,take in no good land but theBigSwampofany
their houses, with as much of their,move- J os. M.: White. the
instrument country assigned by
tself, as constituting a.positive consequence ; but by
could with them"
ables as"the they province carry wijl soon become and i covenant that ha not been' discharged. Hon. fijchard Rush, late treaty-urging strongly thatit extending into the, pine barren five
again a
'(desert" this letter was written to Gen. the words the English copy are as follows Secretary of the Treasury; had'not been fairly represented miles it will keep offsettlers from the In
i The United States will cause satisfaction boundary, *who would otherwise
Mitchell and sent to tbe Government. to. the President of the United "
to be made for crowd the linei; and
-- injuries if- any,: near ) sell whiskey ttf
,- Here is the most unequivocal the .
proof and that
States had
which by process of.law, shall be cstab-; TREASURY DXPAHTMEKT, great injustice) the Indians. The pine barren between
American commander, that and on account the oftheoperations'ofthe lishcd 10 hL"'elJc: kuiTci-edby the.Span : '. December IGlh 1825. been done to theme I determinedto the South ,end of Alachua and the Big

from army, consequences ish officers, and individual Spanish inhabitants Sift-l: received, and have nut failed to act on the orders from )onr I Swamp is poor,-and never can be culti

country was resulting abandoned, and it; exhibited the whole I by the late operations oi the A- fbetire: the President;" your commu- Department, to explore the Indian vated. The distance- is about 25 miles.

of desolation a I! merican army in Florida." To establish dititVa: : of the SHllrpf fast month, relative i The Big Swamp six.miles long, and is
spectacle i it has and to
; country, report, own
been that the, these claims an act of Congress was to'th ..construction of the ninth,article my I about two miles wide- and is healtby,
alleged. In, inconsequence occupation of ws attack persisted passed, referring them tOthe Judges of of the treaty between the United examination, exactly as I should : high, rich land.

/which, resulted in the death of an one man, East West.Florida, who have performed States and Spain, of the 22d of February, find it to be.I i have the honor to remain your obedient
that service and have servant.
reported 1819., have now the honor after a
made upon a scouting doubtless in .
..., ; .d fence oftbe lives or party property, of the them to the Secretary of the Treasury 1 am directed to state to you in reply, faithful and laborious examinationof Wm. P. Duval.
who is authorized to exercise appellate that the President's opinion is, that the ,
inhabitants. In all the nrgociations of their lands for thirteen days, 1 o _Col. 'I' OI. L. McKmncy :
jurisdiction over the decisions of
the judges article in question docs not embrace
.ihe two Governments,up to the conclu. in to make the following General Superintendent of Jfair*.
pronouncing the :-
lion of the treaty, it will be that the upon interpretition claims for injuries 'suffered prior to the report .
Spanish Minister insists for seen of the treaty. It appears, however, campaign of 1818 ; and that this was also The long swamp which is on the [No 3.} .

for what be calls the .' Warvin reparation East Florida that the Secretary if he examined the I. the opinion entertained by the govern right of the military road from Taltaha;ace, I3t& Jan. 1825. ,
: claims at all has
o overruled and
reversed the late
ment during administration at '
," upon a neighbouring and friendly their opinions* and confined the which time the this place to Tampa Bay, is the SIR : Having been called on M '
treaty was-fully con-
.power and again "I protest against the to 1818. If it bad ever occurred to Congress : sidered. first land near the present northernline tate my views of the countryIaid

occupation 4an &c.
a It is apparent sir,from the foregoing republic! that fairly be given to that article,they would respect, your obedient servant swamp is near six miles long, very Florida Indianscan only say, that
have invested
there, hive been losses" occasioned bv Florida only with Judge of West Richard Hush. narrow and entirely too wet for my knowledge of the countryfrom
authority inasmuch the
.the operations of the American army, i in u operation"of thatyear; was in that as The Horn Joseph M. White, cultivation, except thirty or forty observation, is limited, hiving only

.*he provinces of a country with which vince only ; and had the contracting-pro- Delegate from,Florida acres, at its southern extremity travelled' through it two or
yenre impute atpeiceat the Sin of encouraging a time when or.we abetting cannot parties intended it to be confined to .. .,..... which is inhabited by a family of three times ; but, sir, so far as I I

: 'the enemy against the known will, and ihat"late year they would have said the C\NGl1E 1.0N.L. Indians. I consider it of little have seen it, it"-is the poorest part

-in defiance of t repeated protestations not u in Operations Florida,"in which West Florida," and -.-- ., value. Akihumki, signifies in our of Florida, and a large portion of
:. .of the .authorities and the peaceful and comprehends language, one pond is. Indian it
J both provinces ;,besides, sir, the. wQrd IN ; an generally unundated. There
unoffending inhabitants/: ; .' THE. town. The land is.
late in too
the fur are
English copy, does not, poor ,> interspersed through the
For-these losses the- Spanish Minister by .. Thursday 'J h A/irll,1826. cultivation and there-
any principle construction, apply is very little country; small light, aandy-Hsmr
"of insisted 'upon reparation up tov tue time to ond invasion t it may refer, to one or Mr. ,Bentoh, front the Com.- -on good land i in- its neighborhood. mocks, which will bear cultiva
conclUding treaty. 1 humbly,conceive to a half dozen '
operations with equal Indian Affairs, to whom was referred Pelack-Iakaha is 'tion5 few
tliat-tnthoat any stipulation on the propriety. In the a town, occupiedby years ; but know DOGe -
correspondence ?
.subject,but the imrtmtable nci. .the bill from the House of the Indian its of
upon pr tween the Plenipotentiaries of the two negroes, name spot good land sufficiently.
.'. plti---j4Wic.e: ,and.,$&>$, f :U.I" & the .Governments, tiiy.speak of the late Representatives'. for the relief 'of signifies, ,scattered hammock ;' large for one of.the several, tribes

precedents establiabe4by tbeVfactice evenlf" I. d.-."late' operation," *ref the riflnda( a-_IndiaTis.. '.. i reported ,the there is but.little land fit-for,cultiivVtioh'aboul or: towns Indians.: My. opinion
gur own.Government.' the United States ring to a variety,and all tattle with an amendment .
makingau'ftppropriation 1tMd'4h
are bound to,pay for tbese'" losses." the ; the rainy ts-'tbutrorer"Ol ar.;tba the,.said f
transactions with'
connected .
- '.; It lias been said that intrrest'and aml>>i. vasion of Florida.East atid West.the-Ta in,;; 'of 30,000 for I season the'.best.of .it is under wa, Indians, cannot'.':possibly ,subsist 1' .

lion we.the pole star and magnet of nations ken in connection with tins'part of ,the ,theirrremoval* "beyond the Missis ter. Checuchatly' Red-house. on their present.localion,,and thatan

:, but.the United States ..has hereto* subject, the correspondence of the ,Chevalier -. sippi. *. .is, an IndiantOwn on, the margin extension of the line, so far as'

' fore.been, and.we hope will hereafter be xte Onis, pending the negotiations, 1 -'.> t : li Friday JjirllW. of, a large pond ;"it"'appears to:' ,bean to'include' thefBig.Syrampt which*
'considered, .great exemplar of liberal which* resulted in the, conclusion of Ttie Senate then
and liberal a proceeded to ancient, settlement : ,all .the, is a .Hammock,".containing about -
'principles establishments, and treaty in which he uniformly claimed the consideration of'the Bill '
"to lands have
: good been 'exhausted five or'Yrx'thousand'acre
escutcheon of *
; that the of heir fame will reparation, for the injuries sustained in ; pre

4 .J--, never be tarnished wttb injustice with,or East Florida,'it is satisfactorily demon. 'establish) ,an*t-uniform, system of by cultivation, audit Unow-poor, ty good land,"ought,.,to be granted

vviUiout,'obligations of tieaty stipulattoivs. strated that the M late operations,",qpm. Bankruptcy; i unhealthy,'and has no water near them, which", ja; all that is asked

'. : If it has been assumed as position prising a period of six years in, which Mr; Branch moved that the 'bill: I that is nt to drink. The,r,Big. by them,:'so far:as I.have.heard.;':

"by your predecpfeor, deemedsupported these expeditions :were 'projected andcarried be indefinitely postponed. hammock is situated' t.his
near 'I.
am very.respectfully ;your:
"by the phraseology l : of the treaty rthat un. 'on, were intended the *
by Contracting i trt'Hayne, '(expressed his willingness town. -,spent- :somedays in -
.. dec Us provisions, the United Stiles were parties i and the United' States', examining ,EicL1ency'4 -most. obedient_ servanf. .
nly botmd to pay for the losses occasion. are bound to pay for all that may be es-i .to:J tfave the .otc"' taken'atonce it, and was greatly.disappointed .. r.*. ,.' ,, ,- ,'1 -.
. ,ed by,the entry of the army in pursuit of tablished. .. proYldeda.majorhr of the in .its'-fertility!. extent .and 5. BeiuChaires.On .,

: thejedfoiv In lSI8tliequstion naturally! If* however, I 8hould''be mistaken iIi Senate' should be willing' ttf' take' supposed advantages 'Tbet Big. 1j;, eltinCY ir.l.D -', )"
; presents itself why were 'the others not J supposing'that the' word Plate" could it artefact it if the mdtion Hammock is .' .
pl8ridcd for* The cons'wlcratioas tip :upoft .ravicfr, lower than the motion of Mr.. Scottj ?J1.
that j be nude legitimately I to apply 'to any should be rejectefc which i poor, Misoiriitwa>> '" _J' --i.,

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' Resolved,.:That the Committee tonjiu ctionu..l affix.to faofrw. ;fflent of Alabama, and such othercommittees 'bodyin d"onaeetictiWis i siitf dol.Ian. .' 'f. .h, 'I

PubliQ.Lands be instructedto lionet! (the operations.) AS may be establishedin .. Quere. Is there also a law '

on the into* the. :expediency of It.we have time at this session this'Territory,. on all matters in.Connecticut pmb1btirIgcert&ia m!: ,/ '

extending inquire the $!ID}* ** the land think Congress ill'r. 'crie- this touching' the subject, ,on Which feats,of mintl'iu: 'the legislature' ,' .. .t' > ;
of C.apeIi ilrardeau and decision. this meeting is convened. T. that noone, perforthed an .extraordinary (
districts .
in the State of Missou. 1 am Sec. I Resolved, That when "tiJ'com- feat of 'liberality and .1f'lIW.' :

Lexington limited, by the Osage Jos. M. Whit" : mittee have obtained all' the ipTormation good:sense,.'by blotting' t from .the. .'. '17': :,. -j_0," 1'(4. ... -.,.il'.' t _., ., ... '
ri, (now ,----S. ___:.' :
in ..
boundary line,) to the western line their power, .relative to statute books:of:a 'Statersiuatedinthe : : S-.

of the State of Missouri. \"'. have received, by.last man, ,the. object for Which 'they' have 'midst of enlightened 'adreptblics1 ..-.,..._..;1.o T ,,- 1-tPe. :_ sMQ\-,w-. '. -,-.fS .
Mr. Scotf, from the Com. on two laws of the United'States of been sppoihted, they re- hereby liberal such 'a relic of S S .

Public Lands, reported a. bill to much interest to our readers. requested to, communicate' the dte darker: 'age' >-ftdlt.. Pat. .' .S ;: _ENTERED. ... i.-.t- :

extend the line of certain land An act giving.the right oTpre'empiioo same to the citizens of Pcnsactia, i" .. .. '{. 5---- ,v .\ May :2b. SchV. Hope Re'illf S S
districts in the State of Missouri ; in the purchase of lands. in. town m, ting assembled. tOn I 'Captain/James Hensbaw has New Or.l aD'. .. \ ..

which was read twice, and order. to certain settlers In the States of I motion of Timothy 'Twit- been: appointed. :o the command Scfrr.San Antonio S Ttbitith, 'M6* S -

ed to be read a third time to-mor Alabama, 'Mississippi! and Territory chell Esq. it was ? : of Ae naval station of Philadelpliia 5bfle1gao to H. Miclieleti .. ,- f, .
Florida. And an act (o 'confirm Rca dyed, That John,:aionEsq.J.'dc in ,the place of Captain Bid. ;S2.__:Scbr. Harriet/Garcia! ,; S

row.The House then took up the amen the reports of the 'Coramis- la Rua> F.; H. ftisber, ,die, vappoinied to ihe,command. ..of I.Ofleans "tF ..
the Senate aioDers'for claims and D. C. Pinkbam, Col. Noricgfe and the American squadron on the t .
dm en ts proposed by ascertaining : r. Ameliii, Roax'H, New Orleans.
to the bill to confirm the report lilies to lands inVest Florida. James Ramage, 'appbmted t the coast.. of'BraziU-rJVor/V:: beacon.th'e. .' .,. -. : S.
committee of .f .. .( I
Commissioners for ascertaining and for other correspondence* j .Schr: thorij; S" S -
of the purposes. meeii'now .' : ;.; Ctm'jibel, 2qe;.,
claims and title to These we 'regret that we are Resolved That this ( Brig'Pontons,' .iirfiVed at Otl. a i4' :. : ,:
lands in West Florida, and for o. compelled to omit to-day, but will adjourn. 'S _; )_ \ Augustine\ op' the .17th .April .S.tR. :: t D e"T11ri, fca'rratv .

ther purposes ;. which several .a- lay them be foi.ciu. readers, in an ... John" 'JenifcnvJames ( from Old-Point' :'Comfort,'with, U. ria with Ui; officers and men and .
concurred in little' S" Jj:' ,, rr.. ..;. S* troops .:.Thc following officers p : ., ;
tnendmrnts were extra sheet, with,as delay as "".. re. .' t;- .
and the bill consequently passed. pos tble., .. G- Drake, : .t iv-:11 accompanied B. I T. t"he"detach"mwrt'vi Pierce and r; f.. .. : iz beth.. .1otIIIt..5.! : .
Thursday APril 20. S 'Sccretaryt'i: \ : Major family, New Orli s., "Cargo to J. For25. 5syth.

The Speaker laid before the 'evolutionary. OJlicer's..lt< is :__, rnThm4r '04, or Dr. Rando.iph, Lieuts. Washing. ,. '.. ..' I "6 '
from the observe the National.Ihtellfaeffcer.; ton and Twin, and Lieut. Bainbridge -chr, Bachelor Pis .
House a communication with much regret that we. From" ; New "
Secretary of the Treasury, containing that the bill to provide for the surviving The Nll1Jy.-We.' unde statfd' and"; ,' family.. ,' .1>. i- '; Of : f Qrleank. j 'YJ .rgo of 'groceries. to :'

the papers called for by officers of the Army of the that the following promotion's and "'. order. . ? S

the House on the 14th inst. show Revolution, was,on the 2nd inst. appointments have lately been iM.E-l.\Cl.\II.. viCLEARED.. S
ing the 'right of certain persona to on motion of Mr. Estill of Virginia made in the Navy of the .United .. ... q ', ....
May 24.-r.Bri5Atlantic
the cargoes of the Slave Ships 'committed with instructions States : Prices of Cotton. ', Myers
York Cargo 75 bales: cotton by
Constitution, Louisa, and Marino -' and may be considered as lost for Master Commandant. David Prices at London March 21.- N. H.. Allen 3 hhds deer akina-, -
; .
and also of the amount paid the. Session. This gives too Deacon, to be a Captain. The demand has been a little more and 3 '
I ? bales cotton. I.b S. ,P
to the claimant, and the authorityfor much countenance to the saying Lieutenants Win. M. Hunter animated-the Sales of the week Haines 19 bales ,
cotton and
the payment ; which} was referred that Republics are ungrateful. John D. Sloa\,'and M. C. Perry, onsist of 400 bales Bengal, from' I cedar ..; .Jerrison Tfd-
logs byJ. jr. IToales .
to the Com. on the. Slave --. to be Masters Commandant. 5 1-8 to 5 1.4d ; Il6o 'SuralB, 4.1-8 'I .. and ; S
cotton 8 boxes merch'an.dizebv
Trade. /' 'Some time since we recd ved a Midshipman John M. Sullivan to JT l-2d: ; 700 Pernambuco 10 1-2 : Stone and Nisbet 7 hhds .

Among the documents is the number of letters with fictitious to be a Lieutenant, and to take to 10 7-8 ; 100 Para at 8 1-2, 600 and !& ioeqoutain'ingaun' ; Iry' ar-. .

following statement : signatures, some of them containing rank next after Lieutenant John bowed Georgia T 12 a 7 3 4. ticlesb) 4. C. and C.. C. Kcyser S

Amount of the several' sums of 'enclosures, and written evidently E Prenriss. : o Extracts j of L'ctteriv'Ltvc'r.zciol and 30 bales cotton by t -Mas-, .._

money paid to the claimants of with !itoe intention of' tax- Midshipman Russell Baldwinto / March 25, 1826.-We wrote ter. : ". ; :_

the cargo of the schooner Louisa, ing us with the ) st:1ge.Ve be a Lieutenant, and to take to you on the 21st-since then we Schr. Hopr,Rei} ii, AppalacbHcola

the dates of payments, and the would not willingly injure an innocent rank next after Lieutenant. John have had a very dull Cotton market ; Cargo .bj3obnPhagan.Scbr. .. .'

authunty under which they have person, by suspecting him Rudd. ) and our prices have declined 25.- ., Thorn, Campbell, .:, S
been made, under the act of the 3d of,so mean and despicable a mode Midshipman Jonathan W. Sher- again about: id per lb. We cannot' New Orleans, with 20 bales cot _
of March, Iff23. of. showing his hostility to us, nevertheless burne to be a Lieutenant, and .,to quote new Uplands at more than ton by M. Crupper.26.Schr. .

JMar'ch 8, I8'25..:..Jo- .. we are confident that take rank next after Lieutenant 7'a 7 5-8d ; fair have been sold at Amelia. Roach, NewOrleans' '

sepb Noriega, for we know the source- whence these Russell Baldwin. 7 l4d. I S I ,
of of and fcr the Midshipman D vid, H Porter I the week ended j S S .0 4
part cargo c communications m'e, a During; just I Schr. San Antonio,.Roitch, New v S
schooner Louisa, "g 1,332 00. benefit of this friend we publish be a Lieu'enantttnd to tike rank ,- a.decline of I-4 per lb. has Orlea s._., .. ._ S
Francisco:Donal, for the following decision of the PostMaster next after Lieutenant George'F.Pearson. been experienced in upland cotton, Schr. Revenue, Tyler New Orr 0

do and for 4 negroes General on one of them, I.and the market is very dull for lea:}!'. .5 .
8,649 37 which we.enclosed to him. I| And the following midshipmen,. all description s." S ARRIVED.

Henry Michelet, (6 POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, ; to take rank in the order which. I Havre, March 20.-Cottons ,

for 1-4 of the amount 1st April, 1826. they are placed : are looking down-prices. to-day, May o.-'U. S, Transport Schr S

allowedfor c< SIR-The rule in respect to James'f. Gerry. John R. Coxe Jr.. Uplands 22 a 24; MObile 23 a 24: Florida, Baker, Tampa Bay; Pal

19 negroes. 3,087 50 the subject of your letter of the John. Nicholas, Wm. Seton Orleans& a '27 -sales mostlyin acngers.-Col.) D. L. Clinch; Cpi

Ignatio Bald! ras I 8th ult. is, to remit the Postage on Wm.Samuel L.F.Hudson Dupont, John Alex.A.H.Carr tlopkinson, Orleans, ye ry fair lots of whichare tains Trenor Dade of and Pelham and LieuU

Dec. 24, 1625.- letters, evidently and undoubtedly Wm. H. Campbell, Thos. J. Manning, selling at 27. Stock on hand, the U. S.' Army and'

do. do. 3,087 50 intended.as imfio&itions. Accord Jos. M.Nicholson, William Pearson, about 17 !o 18,000 bales, of all Mrs. Pelham. ..
I', ingly, the P. M. at Pensacola is James P. \VilsonVall am Foster, descriptions: ." Schr. Angelina, Wil on, New

S / 16,15631All this day instructed to refund the Geo. A. Mah"TUderVilliam L.. Howard, Havre March 22.Upland: Orleans. .
James t:. Calhoun, William P.,Piercy, t, .0 S
of which sums wereallow postage charged you on the lette'Jof John Pope, Richard Jones, Cottons, as it was easy to foresee, 22.-Sloop Dolphin, Boil- '

ed under the authorY! of the Secretary Dicky Dumplin." Henry D. Scott, Arch'd IL Uojgurdus, are gradually declining The best lat, 4 days from .New Orleans '. ,
of the Treasury (\Vm. H. Respectfully your ob't. Levin M. Powell, John Swartwout, would now hardly.bring over 23 ,bound to St. Marks ; put in for S
Crawford.) John McLean." Charles Wilkesjr. Thomas- IP Leib. aous and the general opinion is wiL'ter
1 __ Elibha:: Peck, ; ; Passenger, Geo. Fisher jriOn _,
Treasury Department, 17 1825.' ">Y. H. Hunt Esq.Pensdco'la. .. that they will go down to 21 and the 19th May, Capt.. Boiliat
Regirtlr'* Office April .
Joseph Nourse Port s mouth-N. JL4/zril,20" I 20 sous. At those prices, buyers fell in.with,the Steam Boat.Riego!, I i

S Slave Trade and. Piracy.-By will freely come forward. from New inicansbocd; .. o.Mo- jet
Register. The Annexation QuestionWe Captain Clark, of the 'schooner Acvt York, May 3.-::;.The transactions bile, '.ia distress. 18 .mU i from .

p hav .heretofore considered it un Alert, arrivecl at'inTf ponr-fH: >m since! our last notice, have land ; having no fuel on board rani'marking '

1f& Aa necessary to say any thing on the Martinico, we are' informed. that a been linutecy.and at rainer lower great-deal: : 9LwateZl1 :
subject of the proposition to annex sftort time before his arrival at prices. The sales amount to little had been obliged to burn 2500 wtl
West Florida Alabama and Porto Rico a French'Slave more than 600 bales:-consisting of Ba.con. Being
SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1826.iaflt8h to Ship. a very htfavy sea
of about 400 Alabamas I 10
.. have even dissuaded some of our arrived there from Africa. with k at from the eastward, she begged
1 -- -- -- ---- -
/ Claims.- -Many Documents friends from publishing articles on cargo of slaves, which the masters 1-4 to 11 1-2, 200 Uplands at 9 3.4 the Dolphin to stay by her, which.

have been accumulating the negative side, of the question. sold to the planters for notes to 11 1-2, about 20 bales at the Capt Boiliat! complied wIth,. and .

un our files, during tne recent' ses- It may, however be necessary now payabe! at a future day. No Sus. former price, cash-and 30 New earned .her' into Horn Isjand,; at. _

sinn of Congress, from which we to say a few words in order to assure picion arose against the officersor Orleans at 14 1-2.. Shippers appear '5 P. M* tbejr came to, _anchoriq' '

shall endeavor to select such fas our! friends at distance that crew, until, after waiting sometime unwilling to come into the. market safety : thc lliego having threfc
there those here who except a: a further'reduction) and feet water in the hold. .
are most interesting to our readers are are opposed they were induced, for the
the sales for have been
\ for publication from lime to to a dismemberment of our sake of cash, to offer'the notes at export SAILED. :
time. That which will be foundin Territory and who are sorry to seethe 50 per cent. discount lo> a drafton chiefly at 10 1-2 cents ; the trans: May 21..-Schr. Angelina' ; WitJaQnJSt.
actions above that rate: have been ,
question agitated, as it is calculated St. Thomas; where he
our columns to day, concerning with the manufacturers for choice larks. .. S ,':', _.
th' Claims under the ninth article to excite that sectional with the ship and presented his' .
S -- Dolphin, CuirniDgham .
feeling which we had fondly hopedwas draft and was informed that 4t- .parcels on credit.Charleston .
of he Treaty with Spain for los- 8.The demand St... Marks. ;; SS
May ..
ses sustained in 1812 and 1814, allayed never again to be re- would be paid in a few ors. In for the U;S.' Transport Schrl .JFlofida,
w.i: be perused with much inte- vived. We shall hot at present the mean time, notice of foul play Uplands during 13akerMoble. '.

n i 0'., u great portion of our fel- enter into a discussion of the subject I having been received from Porto week, of has not sales been animated effected ,, and \ ,I' StP .--,"-l" !-.f." :. .....,:- : .S.

low-cmzeus. The following letter I and.this. is. written merely for Rico, a Danish sloop: of War. got :most the have i iI
shade below.last week'squotations. "
from our Delegate, which we the.. purpose of saying, that the resolutions under way, and took possession been at a
Fair" 00'at 'Oak
received with the Report shews published to day are. very of the ship. The officers and -qualities' : go Liv tl
from 10 to 10. -4ntsVcr= ... .
far from '" unanimous"expression and ; .
his views on the subject and his being a crew were arrested on inves- .
determination to use his endeavors of the feelings of the gation it was found_ that the for good at 11, ana fancy brands at 11 f S ? 'Li-TCoxMxsszoai oitci-4L >5 S

that justice may be done,.we presume Citizens Pensacoia, though we.. mer officers and crew of the ship 1-2 A Savannah cents. ] May 11.. .....Uplands WsaxaT0H,27tb.,,'prop<*aU March will'be, 1876.' received-v> a." ;
the of doubt not that there was, no one had been all murdered by the SEALED of'
however, that press 31 rt:day July:-next, f<* S
business in Congress will have I fircscnt at the Meeting who crew on the passage-from Africa, continue of dull sale, 9 _a 11,,; good the supply.;of Liye-Oak..timb for...the
I lots io'a ,10(1-2': ; business ia them frames or.t 1uc'frigates,.cutM;mould--
prevented thing being done thought it worth while to oppose excepting>> he second mate, whom '
very limited., ... .*. .,' oncofwhichwith: 1800 cubic'feet of pro*'
them. -
precrveduntil arrived ; '
on this subject at the session just they- they- \ Mooife .' May iThere" ,.as mia uous./timber: ,.ito.be .drfivcred-on or'bsfore.thelst
closed. __ __ in sight of Purto Rico, when they '
.of ,
S:.. S -- more activity in' the c iion i6ir 1 1ket'last day September 1827, at
murdered him, chose their new ?ach of tbe!Navy Yards it Boston New. '
*1 March 15th 1826.
exhibited -
Washington, COMMUNICATION. week, thanbdbeeu and, .. -for
Philadelphia. nine
officers, went boldly on shore, and Yprk
"Dear Sir-I send you herewitha timeprevi9u5 and ,
'' for ,
I conducted above stated. The some Live Oak bejupt for frigate of the lit
copy of the Report of the Committee For' the Pemtuola Ga:elte. as '' prices advanced fully' half ceht.On Class,to be. delivered atthe Navy Yard at ,

on Foreign Affairs, on the At a numerous and respectable( crew., consisting of : .17 persons, Friday and Saturday$ ; sales New- York. .- ...- .
be executed : / '1-
MArtinique ;
construction of the 9th Article of meeting of the inhabitants of the were to 'at were quick at 8 to'10 1-2 cents.- S S
Clatk '
the Treaty with Spain ; the committee .' city of Pensacola, held pursuantto $ soon after Capt.or: left. ..After the' receipt of the unfavorable .S 50".EEWAH1). ', ,

were divided, and the public notice, at,the U. S. Court advices.from Liverpool by yes ANAWAY/ from the residence i ,of: 'S
.. Chairman who reported it, did Hou; e, on Saturday the 2Qth May, Horrid Crimr:-Awful Verdict : terday's mail, there' was ,rather 4J 5i Judge Gamier on the 26th. of April;

not concur in the interpretation. 1826, for the purpose of taking into Mr. Huntet,the celebrated Equestrian lesi animation in-the.. market, and l* ttW'o. negroes, 'viz.oUtfS : ...... .

It is very obvious that' the renunciation consideration the expediency of and performer th.eope, I prices v declined .i Sbadeinthe finer I .B1LJ3S :

preceding, Which- is uniting Welt Florida to: the Stateof well known, to our.readers r.his. q ie8.-Primc. at '9 1.2, and '1Th ab ai age,5.. j

Quoted, re.fers0 the transactions Alabama' ',extraordinary' feats at the" Baltimore. choice parcels at, 10 to ,10, 14.' '( sbafldS-,.1 ;' SL S

officers and commanders' John Jorrison, Esq. Mayor, waa'balled Circus. has 'been tried at Fc sacol 'May 27.--Durlcg 1t ",;: 'QC .. &c

stipulation is in favor,of Inhabitants to the.chair, and James" G. }HartfordConnecticut land of the last fortnight about three hundred a1tout j ,old,' ,.' ..,. e
for operations of the Army,' Dr appointed ..Secretary. The 61u lawi, p'd r": I Jay of that State and !fifty bales of cotton have tdBIHHi feet S, .?/%>MV--v4PJir; i ) S
.,be, mi.rnlon.11 of tHe meeting. stated which prohibits certain'feats dark mWattPril: <>Vfr reward-. be :
Sc; rio matter.hpw l object performed come ,to,;jthis.rnarketj; .principally, j>aid "o'delivering!! 'eaid jdavTs.toFensacdla ,." "
'S 'trans posed it does not, .at tller.the' by the chairrnan'hefo1loiog resolutions in the. Cirtus.-InL svimmjngup of-an inferior shade and 'i&unsual: .,.qr Iit&Uor.eth. .... .:tiG
construction. The late acts (ultimo : we're'liuuii ously"ad\Jpt.. the Ja4e>informed "thr ';,\" bad order. The o'alcB hive. .been. -.-.#.... ...,, ..-". .-. n': .' 'It k!.' ,. ". S ,
tr "io72t'lorth.e Spanish & ed rfr that' it wa" t&ifr'luty ,"p r ', '. -' 't. .. ..bf'.e S "N...
ptt0. 8| cents- f' \ e..t .. _K bfle'. ....
.American Commanders and. officers Rt, (tJe4,.rhat it is nbw.expe- find a verdict "for- ti'pilin.. ;4:1'' .,_..+:'..4.-2".. .. :'. & .. ..' 4W=_fi' '-

(Commanddntes y' officiates) dieM i to.obtain such information, tip"$""aud o 'C:9f".t: ag ny lijin. 'r'T > _W iit.. ec', ; ... .... S-S -
art renounced;* connect ihe sentence as will enable the citizens of West! ter. The" JUI1rrttumrd: .i CoktspothJeixt.. .. rl,.J ; S.. .&' .U". ...c. i....f t.J. ".T .,-.. t..;,:..,, S

,by y.and) and what differ-. Florida,to.form a correct;>> decision Court twice! stating], that ,tfiey' p0&SAq&WO.,i\-T his article" -" 15 ;.' .. .- ..-If'y.".. '.'.....,. ".T...".. 1 S- .

enc ,does it make? 'A"d the United on the subject of nntting WestFlorida could not agred oh the.third; tlnle. is too miserable attempt at:pae- << t' : .SS < -

'States will cause satisfaction to .the State.of'Alabamaand ? !they ,found..a: .peia1eUkt 'n6.. ttTtobe'lpaerttd"io bar! ;columns': .: \";' ttb'naw' ifton1. ; t S S.k .
for thc.o eration. of the, American --- that,for this'purpose',a com lug Mr. Hunter_ VgiiiKJ. pf 'rope Cap,. 'FtI i..' 'FldiIii I : 1111'.'"'{- 'PI 11;"' r.-.,. nt tJaeC,.' ..

?' (Exerclto Americana) mi\tcr'of six persons.be appointed dancing, Xtfl', :of.extraordinary has'beetialreid_ )'suffTeicniffK ,' :' if j( crb.'t." 1 au If.t., ..".. ;
Pa feats of aDd of ;. ., :r i "'; '., ,
without any connection with the ;,to ,be .denominated _coro- agilijy; ,dexterity !'V : : %v .'' ., ,
word'ultlmot (late) which refers mill e' of Corr<'/kOfl .. .. "
saId committee'be requested danci andejbraordmaryjfcatft i zngthvmutder: cda date .to'm'itithi11gib Ih.......;. ... :
to another distinct'and substantive, that rope: ijJ1i 'n< a : '.'.; .. "'4:,. <--'i r"; 4dinii'jjJ,

&tUe. >; whc'. ..ao.. -" f .p1J.I'1'l' ,[to, 'correspond V- .,,with.*-,?the: Govern.--- .o lJ&i. Ut.1" d. 4tcgt7. 'ff J.. .1 : '' 4'.. ., I *' ....:* -' -"- ... 'i.,.....,'JI l1r-- 111:. ..:... .s .. .
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; "P1\.as T\1 losophy, ,Aitrcfuomy, Bouny,' .Nataral L ,JAMES CORNELL, THE flEii'

.1 'ott\\ SemiB.I History 8tc. by ,presenting* rjecoramen.dation XaUEJitir if *' Tint,.fwtr&intnt Cto* fldgsMsojj10: : <\
I .. .. the Professors of Law to4fce .. '
from II '-i' 'the clerical schemes>
'ii I 8 it ii now l intended to commence: repOiidet" in
!' ... ', AJL,the publication ,.or the: Star of the: : 1Yi141 Law- ,Departmenttat President"'7th.. No ofthe 8tudet CoU ge.Iba'r'b; 'admittedto ,P-RESENTsto.tbe: citizen Natchez undertakings! of the.P r sent daJ '
': Q1tb, on the first Saturday of May next, M examination as* candidate for the Degree .. and t he State o( Mississippi under, pretence ,or promotingrtJiri ,'I1k1.raholrtbat'

4 ,. a 1..11. peroniwbQhave; orintendto' Coum'b College I .qf Bachelor* or Doctor. ,of:Laws,..untilVI.He"sKall.have : the influence ofsuch.fedingsshould, the spirit and tbey'are'C principles; DCikb .
'rubscribe,Tor it, are desired to send their, [ attended two full appertain to an individual, seeking the theOo d.
ftames.(fire*:'PCSt.&ge? ) to MiIledgevUler: commenced
thai. time directed to the usefulness to the community, proposalsto some years since, and
Georgia by : Mi&tcicl of Columbia- Q. He shaH have read law three year numerous Theological the
in the Natchez, a weekly Seminaries
Editorof the Star of the South. publish city Met
i .College was founded by an act of at least, under the direction of a reap'eetable I to be called, have been eretted, and are still erectS
Although full pospcaaoftspub>> THIS -. paper, .
1ication"baa been printedjn aitomfaer' of : of ihe' 9th 'February Counsellor Law or Judge.S. I 'ras in,every part of our country,have be ?
; 'l82 after classical Department He shall have attained the age ottwentyOne only an Injury to true religion; bSJ
newspapers in the States of Georgia, Swn .which, Notched, N fcV*B--p\1. e-r and
and years. tended to exalt order
wentinto operation, a very I an of
South Carolina and Alabama and anum.. men to*
shall baveaalisfied the Professors ,
4. He lAnd Public Jtdverti er height net warranted the
it liberal course of instruction was com by New
ber of subscribers obtained-yet Tests
may menced.. Theological, Medical and Law of Law ofhis'clagsicaiattainments, if 'Upon an Imperial sheet, with, new mate ment. Their numbers and influence '
J1ot aod be amiss of again to give the Departments have been successively established he be not a Graduate in the Arts'; and rials of the first quality,at the same pnce rapidly extending throughout all 1| J ar
terms thepaper. also,of his moral character. under similar 'with other of the an.
will be devot' and organised. The two former and regulations community, and threaten the *
The Star Of the South de.
d to the illustration and defence of the as well as the Classical Department, 5. He shall have entered his name Imperial papers published in the State. struction of our civil and religious libwl
intereitingdoctrine oftLe'Universal holiness have been in operation for some time, with the Professors of Law, as a candidatefor The materials will probably arrive about ties. fly means, either direct or indirect

and eternal happiness of the souls with a degree of success which has en- graduation, and delivered to them an the last of next month, and the first num- they are steadily advancing their cam*'

.of all the human family-and'the Unity of couraged the Trustees to bring into operation inaugural dissertation on some head or ber will appear immediately thereafter. and their ascendancy over the minds of

Cod, by a society of Believers on "Christ also the Department of Law.-Indeed question of law, thirty days at least beforehis J. C. has no enemies, and will not deserve the people : and at no distant period!

the Lord." no place seems more fit for the establishment final examination. Candidates for any. He has friends.and will serve should) their influence continue to \in.
of a Law College, than the gi'.duation may be examined by the Professors them, when it can be done without a sacrifice crease, scarcely an individual vfcl\}

; ?RRMS., seat of the National Government ; where of Law, at any time they may ap propriety. He knows no par found willing to incur the hatard: of

The Star of the'South will be printed I Students from every section of the Union point. If they'shall be satisfied upon ty; if there be one, he does not belongto posing any of 4fceir schemes.t The per.op.

4; 'other Saturday, at g 1 50 per annum, where the brightest ornaments of the bar obtained a sufficient knowledge of the and will with cheerfulness, succeed or this country, ,may be inferred from the
payable on the receipt of the first number will be assembled ; where the best examples Law, to entitle him to the Degree whichhe fail as he shall deserve.He history of Other countries,and ought

-.. to the Editor ,at Milledgevillr, Geor-: of forensic-and judicial eloquencewill solicits, they shall so certify to the Pre had commenced a considerable to be guarded against. There are early already ]-.

.. .jria, whose name will appear-or ,2 in be displayed ; where the most important sident of the College, and recommendhim setting forth of his republican principles ; few who have sufficient firmness to

three months ''thereafter. questions arising under the Laws as a candidate for the public exami- of his determination to be indefatigable : present these men before the public in

It will be folded' and stitched in a 12 mo. and Constitutions of the several Statesofthe nation ; wInch examination, for the read and zealous ; of his devotion to the pub their true colors ; and hence the prospectof

form, of 12 pages? in each number, or United States and the Law of Nations, ing and defence of his dissertation, fchall lic weal, with all the customary ET CETBRAS i their success* and our danger, is great.
more-but will be'increased m the num- will be debated and decided ; and where, i br holden at thf College, (on a day to be of an editorial DEBUT, but has erased ly increased. -

ber of pages, in proportion as the number by observing the manners and practice of appointed by the President! ,) in the presence the whole,and means the sameand more,
subscribers may increase. the highest and most honorable portion : of(he Board of Trustees, the Faculty by saying I WILL DO MY DUTY." From theSe considerations, amid to expose

F. It is hoped that the publishers will be of the profession the Student will rise above I I of the College, and such others as Natchez, February 13, 1826. .. the corrupt, pompous, and fashionable
believed, when they state that their ob every thing that is low anti sordid, ir. y be invited to attend. When the religion inculcated and supported

jectis not to collect funds, but to disseminate and fix his aim on all that is noble, and candidate shall have passed the public NOTICE.LETTERS by this pensioned order 'of men, the R,.
A honorable. examination,the President and Professors former was commenced. The extended
what they believe to be highly manly and But the adv3ntgeswhich
of Administration the
their fellow the of Law shall the and circulation of the #ork among the reflect
interesting information to City Washington presents, certify same, recommend Col. John Miller deceased
creatures,; and to secure which, they as place in which to establish a School him to the Board of Trustees, been the subscriber ing and better part of the community,his
having granted by
solicit communications from men of genius for i instruction in the Law, are so important as an approved candidate for the Degree. the County Court for the County of Es convinced the Editor that his views on
generally-and for this purpose, the and obvious, that it cannot be necessary It'the Hoard of Trustees shall approve of cambia all demands these subjects are not peculiar; and that
having a-
Star will sustain such that may be intended to enumerate them. The Professors the same, they shall signify their approbation said; persons : the publication may be STore generally
gainst estate are requested presentthe I
doctrine but deem it in this and mandamus to the known, and consequently be more useful
its to ,
to dispute general ; unnecessary, place, e-!- consent by same immediately, and those indebted -
the right of animadversion must alwaysbe large upon the necessity or utility of a Faculty of the College, who shall proceedto are desired to make payment to I he has been induced to present some notice
but which will of instruction in said such of it in a more public way than was
allowed to the Editor, course Law, through the grant Degree,accordingly, at
be exercised in the spirit of ca.ndoraDd I medium of Lectures. tune and place as shall be signified in W. Hasell Hunt, at first done. -Being! neither under the

with\be politeness gentlemen, tenderness I On the 3d day of February, 1826, the such mandamus." Administrator. jurisdiction influence of any particular -

of Christians, consideration( of philosophers Trustees of the Columbian College went I As it would be desirable previously toascertain Pensacola, Jan 27,1826-48-8w. sect,the Reformer will not be madean
and a love of brothers, whom it into the election uftwo Professors of Law. the probable attendance of a respectable I instrument r advancing the views or

is believed all mankind are. I On counting the ballots it appeared that class, Students who have a reasonable FOR SALE. 1 1H interests of any, but will rebuke evils

.. t Editors of papers in the Southern and I the undersigned were unanimously elect- expectation of attenaing, will I whenever met with, and pursue the line
E subscriber Executor of the last
Western States, who are friendly to the ed Professors in that Department. In please signify their intentions by letter, 14 EJaV fJi Will and Testament, of Francisco of truth marked put by the precepts of
free which the addressed to either of the Professors I. Divine Revelation, regardless of the
liberty of the mind, and investigation pursuance undersigned Professors at Touard late Pensacnla deceased offers
will please insert the above, as often of Law in that institution, will any time before the first of June next. the frowns or the censures of those, who,
for sale following belong
IL s they may think proper. commence a course of Lectures on the Wm. Cranch, ing to the Estate of the property said dedeased, : viz from interest its prejudice, or caprice, may

Fide and: Amore. first Monday in June ensuing, at the City Professor of Lento.Win. The undivided half of a Tract of Land, I become oppoScrt.
: Hall in the of .
City Washington.The Thos. containing' Terms, &e.
Drawing of the Grand consolidat Lectures are intended to be con Carroll
THE took place in tinued daily, until the course (which will Professor of Law. The Reformer is published in periodical
Lottery Washington m
1 City on the 26th ult. 1 he following were consist of nearly 400 lectures,) shall be Washington City, Mardi 9th, 1826.PROSPECTUS 41@ 0 numbers of sixteen octavo pages, the
finished with the however first of each month, at One Dollar a year,
p the numbers drawn and in the order in ; exception Situated North East of de la
Which they stand viz : of one day, perhaps, in each week, and of Bayou payable in advance. The sixth year is_
Trucha the of San de Gal-
on bay Mary
and the seventh
now completed, commenced
the terms of the Circuit COUI of the Ignited
11 35 9314 States, for the county of Washington OF THE vez, about twenty one miles from the January 1326. Some copies'tnay

Persons having prize,tickets in the a. D. C. Each Lecture will occupy NEW StilllES City Pensacola : and aHOUSE yet be had from the beginning 'ort lc

bove Lottery, are invited to deposit them from one to two hours; and the whole OF Till work, but persons are at liberty to com-

with the subscriber, with orders to invest course will probably require eighteen .;.; .;ij i' & LOTin mene at any period, and withdraw their-
their proceeds in the tickets of some un months or two years.In Clvrlstian: VncpuittY; :..: :1.. subscriptions whenever notice? is given

r drawn Lotterv.- addition to the course upon the J\: WEEKLY PAPER,devoted to free and arrearages are paid. Orders from a-
W. Hasel1lIunt. heads Municipal Law, strictly so call- & inquiry and the cause of rational the City of Pensacola fronting on ny part of the U niun,poll Paid, enclosing

.I1gen' 1'ates and Mclntirt, ed, (which will be treated as fully and Christianity. Its columns are open to well Alcaniz Street, said lot containing 52 feet I the amount of, subscription, and directed
Pensacola 19tii May JDr 1826. minutely may be necessary to qualify written communications from persons of front by 80 feet deep and known iu the l to T. R. Gates,290 North Third Street,

: LT the student for actual practice, and there every reh'gious) sentiment and profession, Plan of the City as number 112. Philadelphia, will be attended to without
and all whether believers unbelieversin The above property. will be sold on delay.
by remove the many obstacles he has: to or
DAVID C, PIN KHAM, encounter in his private researches,) it is revelation, may communicate their credit-one half of the purchase moneyto Those who -pfccure ten subscribers

4' Counsellor at Law. intended to lecture upon the Constitu- views freely, provided they do not offend be paid!in one year and the remainderin and become responsible for the amount citheir

tion and Laws of the United States, the i good morals, or affect private character. two year, Payment to be secured subscription shall be entitled to
. HAVING fixed his residence at P nsa. Admiralty Jurisdiction and practice of the : The editor hs adopted this course, froma by: notes, wiith a mortgage on the premises a copy gratis.
Jaw the
practice in courts, courts of the United full conviction, that freedom inquiry -
States, and the I lL Gates.Phil11delphia
of Escambia Walton Jackson Gudsden Theophilus .
Law of Nations. is the sacred duty of man, as responsible Desiderio Quina.
and Leon Counties and also at Mobile.
Jan. 10 1826.
An examination of the Students will : to God alone for his opinions, and that ,
He muy be found at his office next door Pensacola 17th. March, 1826-3tf.. ttj Editors of papers who will give
take place on every Saturday, the truth fears not the fullest investigation, '
: below the Post Office. upon this advertisement a few insertions and
subjects which will have been lectured but is mighty and powerful,and must pre. llljO\DS ,
Pen& collL 14th 1826-tf 1 forward to
April successful a paper containing the Reformer -
: upon during the preceding week. vail. Tin* wirk i>*a been in
A .'Uool.Cl urt 'wilt be holden once a operation for more than one year t and RECEIVED per Brig! Amos Palmer : Philadelphia, shall receive the
Warehouse at St. Marks.FTMIE week, forargning questions of Law pre. having commenced a new series, in an York, and Harriet from thanks of the Editor,and the numbers for

subscriber has lately erected viously propounded tor discussion, and octa\ form, it is well worthy the atten- Orleans, one year.
: JL the landing at St. Marks, a commodious for trying fictitious causes. In these tion of liberal minded men, not.only as a Thirty eight Gates and Sales Dry Goods, T. R. O.Notice .

und secure WAREHOUSE, where courts it is intended: thai the proceedingsshall medium of valuable information respect- suited the season, comprising,

L Ije is prepared to receive goods, either be regular and formal, as well in ing the progress of free inquiry, but as a Super Cambric Prints, .
; -on Storage or Commission. making up the record, as in the process 'record ot'the advances of the human mindin Common do. do. -
\v and pleadings-so that the student will divesting itself of |those prejudiceswhich French Callicoes, / PPLTCATION has been made to the
Dl. .Wright. at the same time, acquire a knowledge of have hitherto proved fatal to the Cambricks Jackonet Lawn ) Bank ofthe United States for the
St. Marks, Dec. 20th, 1826.-27-tf. the practice, as well upfthe theory of I happiness ofthe human family. Bombazette, assorted,colours,, renewal of the following described notes,

the law. Terms subscription 3 per annum, viz:
worked robes
Hosiery, elegant ,
MAIL ARRANGEMENT( The Students, until a Law Library for payable within six months, or 2 50 if Lace ball dresses, D.No. 16, payable to Benjamin

the School shall be otherwise provided, paid i advance ; no subscription received Brown & bleached shirting &sheeting Morgan,at the Office of Discountand
Claiborne Mail. will have the of the less six months 1 50 N.Orleans dated
use Libraries of the for Uan g paya- Superfine do. do. Deposit, Pluladelphia -
Professors.The ble in advance. Those who become 5th April, 1819 100F.
responsible g
fVE on Thursday at 3 P. M.fliI Plaids, Stripes, Indigo arid furniture
following presents an extract from and pay foj1 five copies, shall No. 1619,payable to Chas. S.
checks &c.
on Friday at 12: A. M. shirting ticking .&c.
the laws the receive sixth West, at do. date, 1st 1825 100
adopted Board ef Trustees a gratis. 12 boxes.boots & shoes, fine & coarse, May, ,
Tallahassee Mail. ,for the regulation of the law Depart Communications, free of postage, ad- 2 trunks Ladies' silk, Mohair, and Mo- H. No. 34, payable to Joseph
t' Due every otter Monday af6 P. M. 'ment."Be. dressed to B Bates, 380 Broadway New roccoshoes, Saul, at do. date 10th May: 1818, 100

Closes the following Tuesday at t> it ordained by the Columbian York, will receive immediate attention. ,5 crates& 5 hhds.. crockery, china and E. No. 4716, payable to Chas.S.
o'clock P. )I. College,in the District of Columbia. Editors of papers friendly! to free inquiry glass ware, West at do. date 2d May 1825, 50

W. Haseli Hunt 1st. That there shall be a full course are rcspectfuUy requested to give the 4 cases 2 trunks asso rted Saddlery, W. 9749, same, date 4th Oct.
of Law Lectures delivered in the city of above an insertion in their papers.Just 1824, 10
10 fine
Post Matter. cases super, com'n & wool hats
Pensacola- April.25tb, 182693t.NOTIOE Washington, ,by the Professors of Law, 'fu lisd, 2 trunks fine cutlery, A. No. 2542 payable to'J. Coney
once in at Philadelphia 1st Jan.
every period of twelve months, 181720
.- _or such other period as ,the said Professors at the above place, the works of the distinguished -i 2 cases 2 old trunks ready made clothing, A. No. 1514, payable to P. Seipat
shall determine HAMMOHUN ROY, the East pipes Cog. Brandy, :Philadelphia 1st.Jan. 1817
upon, not exceeding ,
1 old Madeira
pipe one & pipe wine
two W hich India Reformer i handsomely bound in
the instructions of the Post years. course shall embrace
BV Maiter General, it i is made the duty so much of the Common and Statute law sheep, with a correct likeneas of this eminent 100 4 tons sacks iron ground, assorted salt.sizes 400

fthe Post Master,'to put in each mail of England, as may be considered applicable man, g 225:: 4 bundles steel,. *
all letters which are deposited in the to this country, the Constitutionand In boards, 2 00 3 casks hoes The above mentioned notes were enclosed '

; 4 4 Post Office one half hovr\\before ,fixed Laws of the United States the Laws Without likeness, 2 and 1 75 13 chests fresh-tea, assorted in a letter of instructions, delivered -
qr. ,
time of clo4ngthe Mail., The undersig in force iu the District of Columbia, and 2 boxes mustard, to Capt. Andrew Boyd, of the Schooner
e4 cannot be responsible for the detention the Constitutions Laws of such of the TAKEJSVITP 1 box Cayenne Caravan, of New-York, which vessel
of those letters which several States as the Professors find i pepper, went to sea from this 17tb
S are not put in the may 5 hhds Orleans 'port, on the
committed to jail the 29th new
on sugar
it crop
office. as above convenient to lecture The first AND day of Sept. 2825
early as mentipned; but upon. ult. a man who calls 24)) bbls. fresh flour, boudtoRaged1land
being desirous of accommodating the course to commence at such time as the himself negro 20 bags Havana coffee. for a Cargo of salt, and not having'
Public,as far as in his power, he will mail Professors shall appoint, and of which green since been heard of it is supposed perished
.ll. letters which are deposited before thepacket they shall give thirty days public notice. ALSO IN STOnE, at sea.. -

,.in which they are to go, is actual 3d. Each student, before he can receive a mAW 70 p!?. Kentucky bagging, Stone & Njsbet.
Jy closed. The Northern MaiH being a ticket of the Professors, for admission -I 45 ps Scotch do.
': ,the most important, will always be the to the Law Lectures, shall pay 6 feet and three quarters of an 12 ps.Tow do. Pensacola, 10th May..18261ow6m.1'r.Jtffer8Qn'8 .

last made up. Ten Dollars to the Treasurer of the College inch high, of black complexion, 70 coils bale rope,

"";\-. H. Hunt lot the purpose of defraying the expenses he has a bold look&a disposition- 250 pounds bailing twine- ;\ Lottery.
to be talkative he his 2 tons assorted castings
of,and increasi ng the Law Library, very ; says
|'cl Matter. to be expended under the direction of about twenty-seven! years of age, and 15 boxes old claret,] J., B. Yates & A. APIniire -'
"'i' ',:?:. t......., 'luy: : ?. 1. .i-11--if.s to Mr. Isaac Harrel in 4 boxes old
the belongs living port,
?rofessqrsofLaw for been honored
,.. ,.. _ the sole use of HAVING with'the con
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: .. ,." the school ; shall have his name entered I Green County, State of Mississippi. No whiskey, Mr. JEFFERSON'S LOTTERY
''\, a.J r on the College Books, Mid receive a ticket other identifying marks perceptible. 10 Wood's patent ploughs, respectfully inform: the Public,

(i'.f; 1't1; ;) ::., -i* A!:>vH Salt, cargo of matriculation, as evidence that he F. S. Chapman, 20 kegs ground paints, assorted colours, that every thing arranged in regard to
'f.f :, ,.: .:-c7.- H(.'!a Return, from has placed himself under the governmentof :}?. Commyns 75 kegs tar, it, and:that the Tickets will be ready for
1 ,1. L': I i.:'" i ind' .f and for sale the Trusteee of the College, and the Sides soal leather, delivery in a very short tim, ,and the

Itm : '.:c\- -t Atur ;h< a'.orc'of J. Forsyth, Law Professors. tie shall also pay to the City Constables.Fensacolai Sides upper do. plan.made known its parti ulatt-

.or u1ttCcr1br. said Professors of Law, or secure to their May 5th, 1826-1-tI. Calves' Skins. .- 11480* CAanef are fixed at'"Ten

: r J. .!.lemsoajivtrj satisfaction, the sum of one hundred dol- 8 bbls loaf and lump sugar. Dollars each.A
bsrv for each course of lectures he shall, 'PO8aL11.. 30 baskets sweet oil,
.p titcot. : alay i11i, l :! [ 25'boxesassorted book will be Siturds/
.. attend. But all who shall have attendedtwo window glass45" /. opened on
-- fiz1c3UrcaofLectures>> in thia School 'kNE' half lotNo. 297, 40feet I kegs cut nails* .- next, at theManager** Office, Pennsylvania

: (iO'di li" Jh & &c. may attend any future course gratis. :. .If. U front on Sevilla Square, by qr. casks Madeira, Teneriffe and Malaga Avenue where applications,for..Tick

!ft II3I _u.icrbt. .:.$ !h.tely,) received *5,$d,.The Student may be admitted at 1 B rs 1701eetdetp* ;with the buildings | wine, for sale by : eta,will be' received from Ladies and-Geatlemen '

tD .. anytime and if any one enter during the- tbereon Stone & Nisbet. signature, otherwise ,
15 2 cOi1ugnmeft' progress of a course of Lectures he shall One quarter of a1 lot, No. 112, 57 feet |December 10th, 1825. GC/: Letters, post paid, enclosing thfe;
cases Liqurars assorted, pay only proportion to the Lectures of front on Alcanes Street, by 86 feet fronton value'of the chances desired by'the writers : -,

10 do, wine l biter, th t l course, then remaining be 'deli- Cuna Street. 'l\OX 1TT r, will be: very.carefully'attended to by:'
tcred. One quarter of a, lot'No. 111. 48 feet. -
I I & M'fiitire.
8 bbls. chmj bounce, M Each Student shall be to the front on Cuna Street by 80 feet in depth. I 'l? PENpLETON! respectfully, 1 '
ALSO, subject One half of a lot No.. 111,43 feet,fronton ,informs the,Ladies .of 'pensacok Washington City.
i rules discipline-which may, from timeto said Ouoa,Street: '' ,in' ; ,W. u.-mint, agent for the Managersv
by IfOfcet depth. and'vicinity that she will l dress1 and !
30( boxes VermicelliAt / '. time, bt ordained by the Trustees and For terms apply to r" Bonnetts; She will Also e extract. repair requests the attention,of the 'Citizens of'

) (*f *'tudL will be sold! vrryYtw'dose administered,by the Professors of Law. which 1 Florida the ahov .
mbroseOaro stains be made with':-iron
M 5th. All the Students of Law shall may rust
hare, the privilege of attending"gratuitous or to or mildew, and requisite will dye them: :::
J. black which,will BLANKS:
Jevrisonlrr. ,the Lectures. the Classical.Department Juan Malagosa. a very.. elegant : be dura- .
? '\ l"Jt! ; ble. Of Vari descriptions for iSIs.it thifc
lFy ltj'l6. .
rill''I" of the ,
College en flu- : ,
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