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: June 3, 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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j XTXBT SATTTBIUT, X,! section of---landjt----------in- --addition--- to his to lands in:tho/.!territory* *"*\ of"Florida I An:act fciYirtJFthe right of.preemption in intereitltig question.-- VVe'are well d

, ,Jfce purchase of lands,to cettain settlersin aware that little if of J
.BV W. lIASELL' hUNT, portion of.the fractional quarter fctC. 4 thei Illinois Territory. any thing

S SOLI EDITOR AND P&OFBIETOB ; section on which he is settled. Sec. 3. And be ifurther enacted, .Be it enacted by the 'Senate and consequence, can be added to the i .j i

: 'Sec. 4. And bt further cnucttd,* strong and eloquent arguments,ia 1 -<
PttbEther of the Law of the United StatS That the Spanish claims contained, ffoute ofifceflresentativet ,of the
) Florida. That any person or persons, \>ho tim 'thirty favor ofthe, claimants, contained in. I j
I and of the Territory of in special reJrt5, one to United States of' America in Congress *
S 5 have settled otf and the. letter from the, Delegate of
Year imprbved .j
SUB SCBIFTIOS- any in obedience to the assembled, That,
reported every
Half 3Quarter Florida which 'th ...
year of the lands in the said Territory accompanies *
1 50 fourth section of an act Congress son, or legil representative,of every S;
year i but shall take nptice ot
reserved for the Use of schoolsjand report ; we :
half May hundred who has actually inhabited
Single twelve and an cents. approved eightheighieen person I
paper would had the some obJections the claims, urged
who have right ;
Subscription payable in advance. and twenty' twoentitlcd, "An s cultivated a tract of land,
ADVERTISIHOEvery advertisement of pre-emption thereto by the law, act for ascertaining claims and titles lying in either of the districts eft by the,Committee whith ;pould '.

of the width of one column and measuring had ritit the same been so reserved, to lands in the Territory of Flo tablished for the sale" of public not have been anticipated by our
than twelve lines of this type, of learned and respectable Delegatewhenhe
not more hail have the right preemptionunder lands in the Illinois
ridabe, and the same are here.by Territory,
first insertion one dollarieach; weekly con- the terms and conditions addressed letter to the '
wider confirmed the claimants in which tract is_not rightfully claimed
tinuance fifty cents; longer and to Secretary of the Treasury on thii S
Rule and and subject to the same restrictions other' and who
ones at the same rate. figure possession. by any person, The
work, double price for the first insertion. provided for in nther shall not have removed from said subject. Committee however

'Advertisements will be tastefully displayed casts of a right of pre-emption fh Sec. 4. And b&.,it further enacted, territory .such andhIslegal pay but a fteble coinplimeat'to hU I
; ,every person
according to ijie nature of them! and said Tefritory to a quarter section That the claims\to lots in report shall be able exp'osition of the case. They

will be measured 1 oy> matter of this size of unappropriated lands in thelametownship and abstract K, commended for representatives_, say that his argum nt i* ingeni*
When inserted at intervals, (that entitled to a preference in becoming
type. confirmation as titles ous and elaborate It is much :
is, not. inserted every week,from the first and as near adjacent tquitable the purchaser from,the United
each insertion will lands of like with the exception the last ten, more-it is, in our humble opinion,
to the last insertion) .as quantity can States, of such tract of land, at prIvate
be charged as a new advertisement. be obtained. be, and the same ar hereby, declared sale, at the same price, and on sound, cogent and cODcl liYe.-

Amounts for advertising payable always Sec. 5. And be further enacted, valid and cOD rmtd, and the same terms and conditions, in They commence., their,report with .
on demand. the claim the Catholic inhabitants observations c\n the
That his her of some general
or or
Ojf Liberal contracts will be made every person, every respect, as are or may be the
lot on which the church events which gave rise to._ .
to a ,
with those who wish to advertise by the legal representative, comprised in provided by law for the sale of other -
stands be and the is claims of the petitioners, and on
year. :. the list of actual reported same hereby, lands sold at private tale in
OG"All: communications to the Editor to the Commissioners of the Gene confirmed to them for that,use, so said Territory, at the time of ma- the circumstances u'nder'which the

: must be post paid,vr they will be uttended ral Land Office; by the Registerand long'as it is occupied for that such : Provided,' treaty with Spain was'negociated.: S
king purchase
to or not,as suits his convenience. S They state, that ** the;: attempted 1I
Receirer for the District of purpose. more' than
That no quarter
in 1812
r revolution in East ,
( Laws of the United States. Jackson Court House, in the Stateof Sec. 5. And 6e father enacted, section of lane' 'shall be sold to any is well remembeied ; the part said .

Mississippi, under the authority That' the claims cottained in the one individual in virtue of this Gen.
r to have been taken in it by
of an act of Congress entitled i report of the Receivir and ,Register act ; and the same shall be bounded disavowal his
Matthews the of }
S an act for adjusting the claimsto : made to the Secretary the by the sectional and divisional conduct and; the invocation of his
'.. lands, .and establishing Land : Treasury, ih 'obedience to a law of lines run, or to be run, under the authority' by the President, are e- '

-S Offices in the Districts east of the I the last session of Congress, dated direction of the surveyor generalfor t

_Island of New Orleans," approved the thirteenth day >f July, eighteen the division ofthe public lands ; qually- well'known- 1 Remembered. ... .. I
Ah indeed as long as, tpil
the third day of March, tine thou hundred and tventy-fivej be, Provided also, That no lands re ?" long
Florida bears plant. -as
sand eight hundred and nineteen* and the same are ht bYJconfirmed. served from sale by former acts,or the inhabitants to the latest

not having any written evidence of I I lands which have been directed to as
Sec. 6. And be, farther enacted' ; posterity, bseathe its vital air, the -
claim to I land in said district and
be sold in town lots, and out lots, '
That the claim oflrancisco and direful events of that period:
who on the third of March '
S I day I shall be sold under this act.
__ one thousand'eight hundred And Fernando Morenoear Fort San : in painful remembrance;
__ Sec. 2. And be further enacted,
,_ nineteen, did actually inhabit and Carlos de Barancas, shall, be so The annals of European warfare
That claiming a
interfere every person preference afford few examples of such cruelly '
cultivate a tract of land in said located as not to with in becoming the purchaser
the reserved the laws .rapine and devastation! ,. a, were
district, not claimed by virtue of grounds, by of a tract of land in virtue of this ,
and ordinances of the Government committed in 'this country, by the
__ written evidence of claim le- Spanish '
any act, shallrmake known his claim, '
,. Sq gaily derived from either the : for forts, nor with thai American officers and troops,witH
notice in ..
__ __ by delivering a. writing, followers Ibe'United
which has been selected for their deluded ; -
: French, British or Spanish Governments lately
to, the register of the land office '
or granted as donation a navy yard and naval depot, by States were the$ peaCe
a for the district in which the land b
AUTHORITY. virtue 'the Naval Commissioners, andapproved with Spain fiifierences, in 4 eed|
by of act of Con-
any 'Iie.whereizLheihaIl particularly
I er.tuideuL nf4h may- had arisen between" tfcej: -
(PUBLIC-No-24.3 : gretS heretofore' p.D" eaaD'lU- be by the i designate.the Quarter section : twq governments'
An act giving'the right of pre-emption United States. Hut' wittrwha't Batiori
entitled of ;
to a right preference, on r
he-claims which
the purchase of Lands, to certain set S ; notice the register hftd-floi- '
of tfenroi Uaited-
tiers in the Mates, of Alabama: Mississippi becoming the:pu c a.er..rrom.the Sec.?'. And be farther,..enacted* shall ftte in Jiis- ffttn 're' .

: ,and Territory of Florida. I United States of sucV 1 tract of That the claims to lots, in reportL. ceiYi twenty-five. cents frOm the : States then, and hay.t.erItIS'e, sot
: .
Be it enacted the Senate and : land at the for which still; differences more ,.
by same price with the exception of that 0'11, person delivering! .the,same.: Andin ? T 'oc-"it is'j the President

House of Representatives of the other public lands are sold at private the.square Ferdi ftnd Seventh, be, every case where it-sball appearto grave -

United States of America in Congccss sale : Provided, That such and the the satisfaction of the registerand disavowed the invasion.of Florida,
same are hereby, :
approved and the conduct of the American
(assembled, That every per tract pj land shall not contain more and confirmed far as the United receiver of public .-monies of *

son, or the lesal..re relentatives.of than: one hundred and sixty acres, States have any title to the same, the land "office, that any person, Commander; exciting the Insnr-' 1
who being either the: to be located by sectional lines rection. But, in the cotir*'of diplomatic .
any person,. without prejudice to the rights of who has delivered his notice of

Lead of a' family or twenty-one and that the same'shall, be duly en corporation ; and the lots reserved claim, 'is entitled, according to.the negotiations; it lit 'oftea .....

years of age, did, on or before the tered with the Register of the proper for a market house and other provisions of this act, to a preference deemed prudent 'and politic- to

first day of January, in the .y/ar office: ,,within the term of,two public uses, .in the plan of the in becoming the purchaser of I:make disavowals-of. outrages tom- -
thousand hundred and. before if the mittea by one ,or the other of the
one eight years, or same shall Constitutional Cabildo relinquished a quarter section of land, such,
are person .
twenty-five, actually inhabit and be offered.. public sale : And and confirmed to the cor- so entitled, shall have a rightto parti,... Such .disavowals cannot. ; -
cultivate ract of land situated in provided alto Where however,falter the truth of the
a any person poration of Pensacola ; and the enter the same, with the register

the Territory of Florida which I is settled on, and has improved any lots reserved and granted for a. qf the land,office, on producing facts. .In 'thejrestDt" case there Is

tract is not rightfully claimed by school lands in said district, he, church, parish, vicar, school, and his receipt from the receiver of abundant prbofthat thi: Americaa
other and who shall she shall army was authorized by) the Go*
any person, or they, begovernedj custom-house, are respectively set public monies,. for at least one.
not have removed from the said territory the provisions of the fourth sec twentieth 'ofthe y rnment to invade Florida,' and
apart and confirmed, for the objects part purchase
shall be entitled to the rightof. tion of this exciteaD insurrection among the
act.JOHNW.TAifLOR set forth in the decrees of! ney; as. in case of other public _.
Arms roumOons of
pre-emption in the purchase people; ,and
said Cafilldo, so far as'the United lands sold at private sale Provided
/J Speaker of the House of furnished for this
thereof under the war were pur
same terms restrictions
States have title That all lands to be sold under
to the' _
JOHN C.CALHOUN, any same, ,
pose by the United .Stat s. Thil
conditions S
provisionsand .Vice-President ofthe United States, and I without prejudice as aforesaid. this act shall be entered with
fact is known to members of
regulations, in every respect, President of the Senate: Provided that jio claim tin the he register;at least two weeks 'before many ; -'

as are directed by the act, entitled Approted-,April 22, 1826., public of Seville Ferdi- : the time of the commencement I the tse Congress,. and cannot'
S squares ,
an act giving the right of JOUNQUINCY ADAMS.PuBwo be'denied by the Gentlemen. who
ot the sales in the
nand Seventh public I
I the and .
... : square I were then in the cabinet of the Administration. ; I
pre-emption in the purchase of I II
garden on which the court house : district wherein. the land lies i and '
[ -No. 25. .
lands, to certain settlers in the Illinois I ] .1. *
An act to confirm he Reports of the stands, as laid off in said plan of every person having a right of preference S a ,, ,, S .
_Territory, passed Februarythe Commissioner for ascertaining Claims the Cabildo. shall be allowed or in becoming the purchaserof The writer of these remarks is a" Jt

fifth, one thousand eight hun and Titles to Lands in \\'e Florida- recognised as valid by this let ; a tract of land, who shall fail so native American citizen ; he feelia t I

dred and thirteen. Provided,That and for other purposes. ';'' and provided, also, that the con- < to make his entry with the register .just pride in supporting the "

no person shall be entitled to the Be it enacted -by the Senate and firmation of all the said claims within ,the time prescribed, rights and reputation othis country ; '
provisions of ,this section, who House-of Representatives of the provided for by this act; shall amount his.right shall be forfeited, and the ; but he would blush with 1\\J
claims any tract of land in said United States of America in Congress only to a relinquishment land by him claimed shall be ,offered shame and'indignation f, if a.ny .vilepecuniar

Territory, by virtue of a confirmation assembled, That all the decisions coniideration should induce
forever, on the part of the United at public sale, with the,other b

of the Commissioners or by made by the Commission States, of any claim whatever to public .lands in the district: to ,her government: _to swerve ,

virtue of any act.of Congress. ers, appointed tor ascertain claims from those honor .
the tract of land so confirmed dr which it belongs.. __ .principles of and.
Sec.-2. And be enacted and titles to land in the District : ii..tiJ i- '
further granted. ,. .FeSruiiryS* Z8t.S1MiW justice, which form the basis bli ..
That any person, or the legal representative of West Florida, made in favor'of I ..... her'constitution an'd ate the- boast

? of any .person, entitled claimants to Jrt sand lots in said Sec. 8. And be further enacted, CL.\.lM amj the! glory of the p 'ople. 1 1i

to a preference in becoming District, con ed id the reports, That the lands fronting Pensaco M --
Front the JMst thriaa Herald. It is stated by the Committee -,
the purchaser a tract of land at opinions an Abstracts, of the la Bay, from the mputh of the Big Review of the report ofthe com that the 'transactions of i S

private sale, according to the provisions Commisbion i which have been Bayou, to a line below Tartar mittee Affairs in ,thtHoiiie .. F
on that day formed apart of Complicated
of this act, who is settled transmitted t, The Secretary of the Point, and thence back to' the Bayou the I: .

on a fractional quarter ,section Treasury, acr irding to lawbe, selected by the Naf y' Commissioners Representatives of she inhabitants, on negociatiohs with Spain.,- r S
S the
petition which were terminated.by the treaty
.. shall have the privilege of purchasing and the a, ,Are hereby, confirm and all the' lands Florida for indemnity 1\\
Territory of ..elsion''of' Febru'arySSdj" 1It
and mile
ed. bay, one
an adjoining quarter section, i
F for losses sustained by the iiiva- 18191. As individuals;the Spanish .
*. back far the
or th fractional quarter section, Sec. 2. And be further enacted, as as Grand; Lagoon, lion of 1812. inhabitants of East FIoHda: had no :

improved by them, at their option.- That all the reports,' abstracts, shall be for reserved from'lale or location We hope it will not_ be considered claim up b.tl United States. The

S Sec. 3. And b e further enacted, and opinions, made and forwardedby the use of the navy- ,
an act of either disrespect or .question of:indemnity ri inK out'
That in cases where two or more the two commissioners in said yard or depot, .and for'other public make some of of Idia ,
: works of the United presumption,* to,. remarks the events was purely 4
persons: entitled to the right of Districts, subsequently to the first States. on this highly important 'international, .urged ._'by _;Spaia

:pre-emption shall be settled on ;' day January, eighteen hundred Sec. 9. And be further aced, document. doubtless the benefit of the sjaf-

one.quarter, or fractional quarter and twenty-five, the period 'at That_ the. proper accounting officers 't
; The construction put Upon a ferers., Yes,,it, .is: welLknown. ,,
section of land, they shall be au which that Beard expired by law of the Treasury Departmentbe 9th "
clause in, the : article of the that those dreadful trannetionatdid

thorized to purchase one or moreS be', and the same are hereby, recognised ,'and they.are. hereby, authorizedto 'Treaty with:Spa n.j c Commit: form: ,.a part'orth. Beg cfetiont
quarter sections, which, with the as valid and confirmed receive and adjust the accounts i 5\
tt.orSig $ "
tee < iirii;,deplLaffecta with Spain ; and, isegu'aIlfeIL
quarter section, or fractional quarter as aforesaid ; and the said Commissioner of the Commissioners- appointed- :; the,rights and interetts'of:theinba1tants9fEut known-that the $pani hfiiiBisifirstrenuously / I. '

,upon, which such person's are !, and their Secretary tp' aicertain claims- and. titles. to: Florida.. We insisted> po6 :incf mnity -
'ceuled, 'shall :Je' equally divided shall. .. be entitled.\ to .receive' the Lands in, Eal1.ind' West- ',Florida, .,understand, however, ... that ,_thecomraUttewere : not tp/the :Spanishf GorernVtnentout -..

S between them, in such manner as same compensation ts they were for .the contingent. expensed; of \not unanimous in: : {sttfiTertrs
,., ._ to'tlieeahappy ;.
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the Register and Receiver shall authorized' to demand by law said ComrniisipnereatzcVto.,pay; '
i ,their. interpretation. of this;part cf .and; be confidently aaderstodd and.
direct, '0. as, to'secure, as' far as prior to that d'Y,"1lp to'the_time at the same out' of ahy m nef: in""the: :the Treaty 'Two'gentlenUB ...oftheq9m1eC believed th.t- by tbr terms: of'the

may be. 'practicable,'to' each such; : which the Receiver and Registertook Jreastiry,''n otherwise, appropri ,.bothwcllf: erted in i treaty,'arapte'provhioB' 'was. ra&de .'

S person, their improvements, .respectively possession, ,of their ,records, ated.*, "1AJiftroved,4fti1'22" ,' $836;: .the. ;SpaBiahJaaguage,.and.of ,4h- for,that .ifldemBity. .He '..WftM ..1S
:r Provided, That in no:. in obedience to:an.act of the-third V I I i !agqiahedlearning. : .,.and-.abilities;: the Spanish copy of.the..trcaiti :'iL

instance' shall any person .be t ,entitled : day _of March, eighteen hundred The following is,the law.. refer*_ .wce ( nltr pi.iiions TJai srind: explicit! 'stitibeiaa .ff ,.

to .a 'preference; in" 'theUr.chaiSfur and.twent,' five,...entitled, An S act red toiiin the first a cOpfth.prc.caPt1oia : CircumaiaBcc emboldens:,niioKB*i tpaiof the: U11'"}:S'.ates, '

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in referring The ptjc/on i the *.' 'Mertrs. -Holmefi; Rowifljv.; >adBerrien .'Tjift fourth ttCliotf-* -thb'f&r c
: 'for the losses and injuries which ,nova.. the objective case, pfesiir contrary : pO. '

they had .sustained.. .He. _could to'an antecedent in the next from the:very kuire of, the :case,. and .the,question 1i:. when, those who thehndiin bkre settled' ibis on. &sid..,.roYe rel

t not imagiacthat a word,had: been I preceding sentence., t and 'the,repeatet and. deep: toned taken, was ,determined in',the'. 'negative serwlforthe edfinyof use of schools Territory,and provides, ..

I interpolated. in the English copy, : .Writings of the highest reputa complaint. of ho inhabitants- of .. by yeas 14 nays'20. t :. that other Unds shall be substituted there

4 I which would: do away, or eyeD tion, on various subjects in the ,Latin East Florida, }, ,that he never The.bill was then-ordered.- ..to. 'athird for,a*'near adjacent as,lands of.like quant

.4. render equivocal, that stipulation.The Italian, French and English languages intended and it was not reading. *' tity can be obtained. ..

inhabitants of Florida, it is r abound in such sentences ; understood Ci'ipt the ,treaty' Tuesday May 2. also Our copied readers from will the observe Laws that of the we United hare

said, as individuals, had no claim : and in the Spanish language, nothing was he bad 'given, The bill to amend the several... States 'Au act ,giving the right of pre

upon the United States.-True, I is more usual. The beginning up, their claims .i acts lor the establishment of a .territorial : emption in the purchase of lands,to certain'

as subjects of the King of Spain of a sentence, and even a distinct It is further tphtended by the government in Florida was settlers in the Illinois TerritoT ." approved '

previous to the 'I'reaty, on the paragraph, with a copulative com. that both tie 'Enj Jish and, 'reati'a third time and pa .id. February 5th, 1813, which is referredto
in the first section of the law aboTe-
I principles. of international law, i conjunction is a favourite idiom Spanish 'er. ion or the treaty are ( t 'Wednesday, May 3. mentioned. By this act it will be seen

ttfeir) claim was to be made to of the Spanish,and the use of personal eriginal j ,and uion this doctrine,' : The -bill making appropriations>> that one :twentieth of the purchase money

.their own government ; ,but the pronouns more common I whatever'.dilCr nce may exist for 'carrying into, effect .the appointment only is required,"before the entry 'of
great object of the treaty was the than in any others language. :. The between them,,.the United States of Ministers to they their land by those havingthe right of

transfer of the*country and its inhabitants I celebrated codes entitled "R co- have a right td Uk, advantage of Congress all Panama having, been .I pre-emption, and that the residue of the

to' the United St4tes. pilacion de I las leyes de Eipana",! it, that ,is, that ihty may avail readthe, third,time,'on question, 1'system purchase? ,as money in cue is of subject other, to public the 'credit lands,

They could not, after the Trca\y and the "Recopilacion de leyes de themselves of auy words or expressions Stall 'this bill jiasa," the yeas sold at private sale."

was made, look to Spain for compensation lot Reynos de las, IndUfe" are full which 1 heir>.translator may !.and nays were called, and it was I _

for their losses. They of such sentenc.es. have thought propeivto_ use er .interpolate ._ .I determined in .the affirmative. I. An aqt to confirm the Reports of the

; became a part of the great American They frequently occur in worksof :, enireljr changing the Yeas23.-Nay11O.. Commissioners for ascertaining Claims
family ; and even if nothing fiction as well as didactic and sense and cneining'of u.e Spanish, Thursday, May 4. and Titles to, Lands"in West Florida, and
fbr other be found
, had been mentioned in the treaty historical compositions. The part by winch alone the o\'>\rr partymust i Mr. Benton, 'from the Select first page purposes to day, and, may, as it is a law on which our

respecting their claims, the United pages of Don QuixoUe exhibit have understood the terms of Com. to which was referred the interests our readers, we presume a cOncise

: ". States, we humbly conceive, would many instances of them. thc treaty. resolution offered by Mr. Macon, explanation of some of. its provisionswill

be equally bound in honour and With due deference to the phi Such a doctrine as this is at war,I proposing to diminish the patronage not be unacceptable them.

: equity to allow them On this lological learning of the com. we not only with every principle of of the Executive Department .. the of first the section Commistdoners.confirms.all ipoptained the decisions in,

part of the argument the powerful conceive that the Spanish word honour and justice but _with the of the Government, made a report: the reports, opinions and abstracts,which

reasoning of our Delegate is un "ellas," is not a relative pronoun, established rules fo.* the interpretation accompanied by six bills for that have been transmitted.to the Secretary! of

answerable. The Committee have but a fictional pronoun, in tbe objective of treaties, hid down by the purpose. The first bill provides the Treasury, accordit g to Law..that is,

not touched it. It seems however, case, or what some grammarians most eminent wriurs on the laws that the selection of newspapers prior to the first of.January 1825. .
to be admitted by the committeethat call the accusative, and nations. It haT ev r been con authorized to publish: the laws ..."the: second section confirms all the reports -
abstracts and made and
if, by''xhe agreement, that it, in Latin it would be in tbe ablativecase. sidered a maxim in the construc- shall be made by the Senators and forwarded, b) the, two opinions commissioners subsequently *

the Treaty between the United It answers to the word. them tion of treatieslontracts and obli. Representatives from the respective ty the first day January 1825

States and Spain, the former are in English, illis in Latin, loro in Italian gations, that al covenants and pro- States. !the period at which tbit Board expired by

bound to indemnify the claimants, files in French. These are nises must te taken strongly against The second bill proposes to secure : law, and entitles the. two Commissioners

then their claims must be) ac not called relative pronouns by thegrkrninarians the covenantor or promisor in officers the collection and II&their.Secretary to.receive compensation
I for.their services to the time
knowledged. Let us then inquireinto of these languages. io favour of the covenantee or pro faithful disbursement of public the Receiver .and up,Register* took at possession .

the terms of that part of the All pronouns, may indeed in a gen I mi see. money, and to displace defaulters. of their records- -. . ,,-
treaty which relates to this sub eral sense be considered as relative Verb firtim acce/iiunter contra The third bill''provides for the The third section confirms to the claimants

ject. _. because U. supply tbe place of, & firofercntcm" regulation of the appointment of in possession Spanish claims conT

.: In the reasons stated by the relate to some noun previously expressed Quaelibtt conceaaio fort iasime Postmasters, by requiring that all tamed thirty. in special *reports,from one. to,

Committee, as the grounds of their or understood ; but grammarians donatorem inter/iretanda est." to.offices where the compensation :la The fourth confirmsjhe claims to lots

opinion that these claims are .not make a wide distinction God forbid that there should ever above six hundred dollars, the appointment I in Pensacola, founded upon sales at auction ,

... embraced by the Treaty, they appear between personal and relative-pro be any cane to apply to the should not be made, but made by the Spanish Government
frc to have evaded nouns. This would seem a matter government of the United Stateb with the advics and consent of the (which were rejected by the C mtn S.
many strong of little : but the the frords of Va I Senate. sioner, because they did not coi-sider
I points in the ingenious and elaborate" consequence com. following lie on ? themselves''authorized under the acts of
argument of the Delegateof have made it point in their argu the interpretation treaties. "Butit The fourth regulates the appointment Congress .to give them confirmation")

Florida. To support their reasoning ment. With regard to punctuation I is much wofte ifVc: consider of Cadets. with the exception of the last ten, being

they have been driven to it is often an affair, purely of that fraud seels to take advantageeven The fifth regulates the appointment a claim of Pedro Alba jun. This section

the necessity of coupling togethertwo taste, in the writer, and does not I' of the inperfection of language Midshipmen, apportioningthem also Catholic confirms Inhabitants.The the .Church lot, to the

clauses of the treaty, on the always affect the real meaning of ; that men designedly throw among the several States, seventh section confirms to the

, subject! of indemnities, but which the langnage. It would indeed i obscurity and imbiguity into their according to the number of Senators claimants Iota on the Public Squaite

clauses relate to matters entirelyscprate give rise to a melancholy reflection treaties to oltain .a pretence of and Representatives in Congress in Pensacola (excepting that claimed by

and dUtinct. if the inhabitants of Florida eluding them tpon occasion." from each State. Manuel Gonzalez, being a lot granted for

S To escape from a clear and, explicit should be obliged to yield their It may hen be remarked, in relation The sixth is to prevent militaryand lots the purpose reserved of fora erecting market a house market and)-other The .

I most sacred rights to the doubtful to thisreaty. that the word naval officers from being dismissed
'o en..antt_ they resort to a public uses. are confirmed to the corporation -
: claims of a 8emicolon late in the claise above mentioneds from service the
'. I grammatical criticism, which 'is at plea- Pensacola; & the lots reserved for a
: not warranted by any rule ef the "Mala grammatica non vitiat I II I not the only interpolation, sure of the-President. church, custom-house, &c.are respectively -
of and chartem." ; which is lobe found in the treaty House of Representatives. set apart & confirmed for those objects
grammar any language, especially -
I Provided, that no claim on the
I public'
by the genius and idiom : The next point in the argument materially affecting the rightsand Wednesday dflril 3. squares of Seville, Ferdinand Seventh

of the Spanish language. They is i the interpolation of the word interests of the inhabitants; of A bill from the Senate amend i and the square and garden on which the,

t -.. appear to have overlooked, as well late, in the englisb version of the Florida. la the 8th article the the several acts for the establishment ,court house stands shall be allowed.

the principles and rules laid down very clause of the treaty, which words "in possession of such of a territorial government We have no room for further remarkson
stipulates in iavour of l.uU." 'the ....cr.iOAcan this law; but should of our subscribers
by writers on the laws of nations, expressly <,xa, Englisrh : in Florida, was read twice and any
for the .the claimants; but which word has nserted ex-abundant, and have no committed to the Com. 'the wish to examine the Report of
interpretation of treaties, I on the Commissioners, a be
I no correspondent term or expression correspondent -w 'ds or terms in .. copy may found
Territories. -
as the settled rules of the civil and at our office, -
common law on the construction in the Spanish Copy. This theSpanish.. They are highly Thursday May 4. ....

cf contracts and obligations. word becomes very important if important, as regard the owners Mr. Strong, of New York, from xractfroni a letter dated Alachuot Florida
taken in the limited sense given tot of lauds in Florida, and have given the Com. the Territories 21ez.3prit1825. '
The clauses in the re-
of two in article i by the com. But why was it rise to much difficulty and discus potted the bill from the Senate to .*'The, cane.in this county grows to,the
the treaty question, arc put in the sentence ? it certainly sion before the land commissioners. greatest perfection. I had the; last year
in the words in ajnend an act to establish a Territorial only three tasks
following nave
Spanishand I planted from it
'had business It is
I no there. a They will ,ne doubt occasion equal Government I
in Florida of
twenty acres besides
English-: I ; large
clear interpolation. It is, however embarrassment in the courts of
without amendment, and the bill quantity (say half task)' which was not
SfAHISU VERSXOV. UlCOttWI TEKSIOV.: :I pretended that this word is j lice'when many of the titles to was ordered to be engross 'c! and I planted. Sugar will certainly be .the

"contratantes Las altas par. And the highres implied by the word "ultimos" land,: b;1l come in question, under read a third time today.Mr. I staple of this.country, and it is tbp opinion ,
recontracting parlies' ,. the preceding sentence ; but that tlie..trtAtv. of men of experience., that el.l.bnd.l' _
nuncian reciptocarespectively, r. Livingston, of Lou,1' from produce from fifteen
mentetod- ''susdenounce all claim"to sentence relates to a different mat It; is truly much to. be lamentedthat the Com. on the Judiciary, report weightier? acre_ ". to egh'teen hundred .

rechos a indemnioaciones indemnities forany ter and the word "ultimos" had men employed by the govern o. *
ed the bill from the Senate, to .established ..
por qualof the recent e- been rendered before by the word"recent" ment to make translations of foreign We ,
quiera de los ultivents ,or transac a Southern Judicial District congratulate our friend Smwori
mos acontecimientions of their respective in the English translationof languages, and who pretendto in the Territory of Florida, the accession of strength to his ranks, in

tos y transacciones commanders the sentence. That theRe two be well versed in those languages with an amendment, and the bill onr correspondents Egalitc'and A Sena
' de sus respectivoscomandantes and officers hi clauses of the treaty are clearly should! take liberties unauthorized and amendment committed Observer' ; and we will not promise our
ofthe Floridas." different and distinct were friends on the other side of the.
y in their subJect question,
by the sense, the genius or
and made-the order of the for that we shall
ficiales en las FluriII The U. StaresdL is think day not outsell become a con
matter abundantly
we -_ idiom of the which
language.from vert to the of
will cause satisfaction tomorrow.An argument the latter. If
It evident. The first is a mutual they translate. diplomatic doc- gambling will be
Y los restrained
Estados to be made for act to amend the several acts by annexation
Unidos satisfaran the injuries,1 any, supulationbetween the parties to uments and especially in treaties, to establish territorial to: Alabama, it will be, to say the' least of
perjucios, si los which by processhubiesehabidoque the treaty, that is the two governments which form a part of the law of govern. It, a powerful argumentin favor ot the
of law, shall be and ment in Florida, was read a third measure ; ath6U! h we confess that
established has nothing to do with the land, the ulmostjprecision .and we
los habitantes v orfi- time and passed. think the laws Alabama
to have rather
the rights or claims of individuals. .. go
should be observed in -
ciaesEpanoksjus) been suffered by accuracy :: 1 .. !. far; when they prohibit the use of cards
0 : It doubttless relates, as concerns the translation. There should be even for -
tifitjuen egalnieiiie the Spanish officers :amutement solely in private familie*!
.; haber sufrido por and individual Spa. i the claims of Spain, to injuries no insertion even of useless words 1Pml\1 A
Jas operaciones del rush inhabitants by sustained by Gen. Jackson's invasion still l less of&uch as alter the meaning weighty one ; it 5s highly! necessary,in the

Exercito Americathe" late operations of Florida, during the Semi- of the language from which SATURDAY. JUNE 3, 186. present i impdverisLeosituation. of our treasury -
ellas. of the : that
no en American army I even our pine-barren lands
nole war ; and particularly to his the translation is mad :7
; in Florida." : Vcrite"sanspeur.. should be made to afford a revenue by
taking possession of the Forts at l:o foist in words or expressions .. -. being taxed at a high valuation, in order
It is obvious that
two St. Marks and Pensacola, whichwas merely for the purpose of rounding Fourth of July.: ;-.It is with pleasure that that our Territory and County may get out _
clauses of the treaty are separate considered by Spain, as an off a period, is a pitiful vanity in a we call the attention of our readers to the of debt; and, as we are ourself credItorofth
S and distinct paragraphs, relatingto unwarrantable violation of herdomain. translator and to be Mayor's advertisement: ,requesting a meeting m, this argument speaks home to our
ought severely
of the Citizens
"of Pensacola pocket !
matters, of a different nature. on Mon
., A off of this
-' set claim
discountenanced. A other
To have connected them treaty or day next to adopt measures for a proper 4
together was agreed upon, against a portion public document is not to bs translated celebraticxi ofi\\ejiftiethtbirth datf of the
I by a semicolon, after the concluding of our claims for various like a novel or fairy tale. A ation. Hard is the task of him who at- COMMUNICATIONS.. .
: word "Florida in the first wrongs done by the Spanish Go i We entertain for tempts to make a n e-* oration on the sufj- --b--- .-- -- -r- -- -- --
a high respect For ths Pennuota Gazette.
the committee ject, but though hew ideas be difficult
as .
paragraph, pretend vernment. But the next clause i ioC.the may '
the Ma.
talents and HUNT-I
ought to have been done integrity patriotism to find,our Independenc6 is a tHeme have ever been .of
would have been as little treaty is not a mutual coecint. -j of the com. who made this report which can never weary.the ears of freemen the opinion, that people never lost

j' consistent It is an agreement, on the ; but we confidently hope tha; and we trust tht the exertions used any thing by paying taxes, provided
with the sense ot"the two sentences, part of the United States, to indemnify this imortant question will not this year will not be in vain. they were appropriated to
with the rules of
-as The .
not the Spanish Govern : be put at rest, by their report; purposes useful to the public
: com. found their opinion- on the but the Preemption Law.-It will be,refcollect-
ment, individual inhabitant that the zeal and eminent abilitiesof The annexation of Florida Alabama
ed that to
f; punctuation used both in the our paper of the 6th inst.
Spanish we
and for
and English officers, losses whicb i our respectable Delegate will, made some remarks on the Law granting will perhaps be the easiest
copy. They say they as individuals, had Suffered by r I either at'the present or next sea Pre-emptions to certain settlers in Florida, means to reconcile our old Inhabitants
the claies which '
two are distinct the conduct of the American Ar session of in now laying this law before
Congress, again be exerted our readers, to pay taxes, especially as
sentences)-shoutd have been connected and, in this clause the we wish to call their attention to the
my important to bring it forward in such a same wild lands are a prominent subject .
together, as one sentence points we then noticed. :
word late is found inserted
shape as to ensure decision, not of taxation dollars .
a 4 !.
We ; acre
by a semicolon, after the word perceive that in this Bill an a- per ,
J "Florida" Because forsooth ,the the unaccountable manner. merely by a committee but by thedeliberatevoice mendnient was made, providing for settlers am told,is the assessed"value of

second in The construction put upon this I of the representatives in Mississippi and Alabama, after the the poorest land, under'tbe Alabama ,
'!L._ sentence the Spanish clause of the treaty, by the com. of the nation. Speech of our Delegxte on this subject in I laws ; and this brings the rich
t begins with a copulative conjunction leads a manifest abaur: the House of Representatives.
to. ity. Juridicus By a recurrence Land-holder the
and ends with relative : 4- : : to the on. a level with .
a pro I Thry admit that for injuries done proceedings of Congress
noun, referring to an antecedent -, it will be. nerceivtrl... tW th....... shopkeeper and, mechanic.Egalit. "
So the ----- -- ---
property by
: army tindefr ClNGE 1.N L. Senators and Representatives of those "
_ in the pieceeding sentence, that is,' '.Gen. Jackson the United States have been JL'
the word" "ellas/referring"Flo- States must pay, but: for injuries, IN THE SENATE. year.1819. at every session laboring, to',obtain c the the To' ::L -. j
; ridas. of much more extensive and passage of that law,even.aftertb'eir.Com. Saua.SinPermit.
aggravated ,, Monday \t May 1826.
This,we. bambly take to be an I : nature, committed by the The missioners had .reported in fcvor of it, an old Citizen.
bill to amend the
.. I' erroneous notion of the roles of Army of the.United States several and never could accomplish, their object tbus publickly to present yohli
in only a acts for the ,establishment of a untrfit-was saddled oh the :Florida Bill, as 'thanks,:for the ;exertions *remaking '
grammar, any language.A' few before and under circumstances amendment .you:
years Territorial. Government,in Florida, ; and even with that'' pon of .
semicolon, instead of'a full point derous it promote tbe '
altogether' inexcusable ,was taken weight, was carried ,through it
after* 'tie word, "Floridas" would the United States are not re* The question 4tp. pending was the is needless to say by whose exertion*.*, Florida, and suffer me,; ir, to suggest
have been extremely improper. thisvdistinction For ten years the Senate have ,refused one or two additional'reasonS
iponsible. Why S motion of Mr., Rowan to atrike Pre-emptions,in ev formuntil this for of.Alabama
annexation. The .1&1'11. .
know of of ry ses .
; And we no ruJe gram- There is neither reason,nor justicein out the clause annulling the several sion. .'hel.could not have paid a liigher suppress gambling1'"' "

xnajr which .forbid* be'c.mmence-. it. It cannot ,be presumed that acts passed by the, Governor and compliment to the exertions of CoL White What citizea: .

ment of a seatencej .or a 'paragraph'with the Spanish minister relinquished Legislative. ,Col1nc li granting, divorces than.they have by the passage of this law, of together. rejecting the, ,
this town
It liatnOt-deprecaled
is just that. .
people should know,
a .
, '. copulative conjunc.9uQr the claims for one description or! ; ,
,! the Ddlll'of it\ with.a prp., injuries more than for aritfthc. -Thw motion appreciate the.Btryfccft Of their Be shameless practice, of wasting ;
any 'was discussed by
t? .' t -- ,. *. 1' : ; time, moaey/crc4ir"and. : :health by::;,.

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exhibition. of itiaja." ,of Wood*,wakes it matter of interest to ,that: the bland is sickly, thamen designing first published ia the_United States' .. -
AN. :
open the chUena oTour commercial.towns,who live there, and that,the. commercial ] ,ORD1ANCE. "

c.rdfdice,and' .R4ulettei'eYCfl? on> of,coune,-'are'in':want pfj; Igmtrib $ nterest.t of the country materially' demandi Gazette,,edited. fcj., EBosBregsqa.Y ', -. .1JiW' ..- the Sabbath; in the most' jmbuc competent and indeoetdent, which, in rei ,*change 'of.places for the sale ofwrecked : IdEm.: I -' ; :;;

place* in this city. Let_ UI. come ference aH the C 1Umsta.ocet1.d, property; -and.tnat place.is ,Stt '\' hat my JOB, Mr...SiOeil.. '.. H 'WI'PeaSacOlS: r kRzit -
under the administration of wholesome -' cide upon the amount of salvage: properly Augufttine.Now.is It not obvious enf- ty'or'not:guiltyFrtmthe \? ,: :: rae4y.is; BMlPil 4yfZJ.: :. 'k:" "

laws at once, that will restrain chargeable on the various shipwrecksthat ry one who will reflect for a moment,that ,* < ; .* I 1-1..1I.vwj-JJIi Cap "PcuGc. ; ,JTfs f'r 1 ".,}.- :
of dissipation take place. The property when a- interested and selfish considerations a. ? -au after:. the passing of this' Ordinance '., ..
the bold front bandoned must in some way or other be lone,'must influence the writers of those Lynd&iaxTirsiiaan: of5t\Ma the/pnce of Drayage shall not j4
and encourage industry and morality disposed of. The wrecker, with a view letters? Bring if it, were possible the K7:::: By lastnight'iftmail, there thirty. me and tf fourth cents per load; .

-this only is wanting to to his own interest will carry it to that ,wreck l prop ty.to that place,and of 1Itas.-Qot word* o( :inier lt.-=The transported to any pare of the dty: For

Pensacola flurhh. point, where least hazard[ from the dan course-the! lawyers, by; .their'libeN-&Jkt Bankrupt Bill ha? been indefinitely wryKoffence i gainstUus 'Ie tion,tth
make gers of the sea will be encountered, and suits s, must and".will be benefited; and postponed.the-Sen ate by a unanimous Drayrainor owner'of tn'e Dray/ hal for..
A Serus Observer.MB. whereon its arrival it may I most speedily ience is found the cause_ of;their deep volej Mr. Randolph having feitana"' pa1tbe"lUu 'of thrreJollars. '
R be decided on. Heretofore for the want solicitude-their great exertions for the -2.R. it further Orafiw ; .Tb t. when
it is ofa court,the parties interested have con- public good. ; '''.- made;one speech'of six and.-flno-_ any Dra1mao or Owner ala.Dray'than be .
HUh-r-IC correct, asSimtfhtpn sented to refer the matter to arbitration, In some respects I am connectea with (her_ ottw>hours' length against, reqiieted toWoOdhiiuiber't Oitt'aDr'mercbandiz .'
Mr in his letter & Ami- and thereby to have the salvage ascertained with the firm of P. C. Greene & Co.-It in the course of which he. declared .- vr'may oiaer article: usual .

Cut Florida in his communication ; this most certainly they bad not mere is a mercantile house e establisned upon ,that, if the till passed*, he would t'O.be. transported in,Drays, it shall be b a

allrr", that one hundred thousand ly the power, but the right'to 4o. ;.If as capital, and is in good credit), The Island never vote.Vith. any 'man who 'voted .duty* to Omplyimlessprevioushj eiftagrd ..,
has been received at Key is alleged to.he.the case, higher n.teaof is partly owned by the firm who, for. > 'to perform Similar services: dollars, under allowance have been.niadeI' than was required with a view to add to its prosperity, have it,' and jnoreo'veV;, would some' other ex deemed safficient by iaft -
West, as Territorial taxes by the risks and labor encounteredin given, rather than sold, lots in the town, nut support Gen.-Jackson, for .the Vie Mayor, and for each refusal or rion- '
Wrecking law how does it rescuing the property;it only proves the with a view to its improvement. This Presidency I-Hit. countenance compliance,be shall forfeit and pay the pt
happen that our worthy Secretaryof necessity of creating a tribunal clothed Emu-to be sure, having an.Interest,. may and support must be:,(deemed tor: diihcf. three'doll ri." ll.' :" ..r"' .
the Territory has beep able to with Government sanction, that thereby be benefited by whatever shall conduce wonderful consequent __byvftfrn "' 3.fitfim 1 little mote than nine sucb errors may for the future be prevented I tQ -the interest of the'-island. Thtirs, shall bd number don the near shaft,in a
only a
secure ? or avoided. -. -. : however, is an open, rtot occult interest. It If. .. ; i. \ onspicuous-ttanner.-and the number shall
thousand dollars of these. '_ Previous to the treaty which.ceded- Florida .I They may be employed as Commission WASHFRGTOW, May 13. be apecifiedin the licenses' to be takea. ..
Please to oblige persons engaged in wrecking were merchants, as has already been the ease. Congrc',.-In the Senate, a bill out by the ownerof the Dray-and for --
A Subscriber.We in the habit carrying property thus obtained : They may purchase wrecked property, to regulate the summoning of ni>n 'mpliince with this section the 1.S 1.
correspondent to New-Providence or to 'Cuba. and in doing so will enter into a fair competition Drayman or owner of the DnhaU not
cannot oblige our ; Grand Jurors in h
\ ? be ? '
entitled to '
but m order that he and all others may They were points which could most easily ,-.iththe rest of the world. Be- receive drayage. "
ond these, they have interest and Courts of the United States, a bill 4. Be it further" Ordained
be informed on the subject, we here copy be.:reached-at less expense, and "at less ) \no ; That
the articles alluded to-not doubting that, hazard ; and, of course, were resorted to, whatever of-imputation cr suspicion upon for the erection of a bridge over the owner of any 4ray shall be liable for .
;in due time.those baring it in their power in preference to those which were more an interest thus declaredmay be circu the river Potomac, at Georgetown, any damager or injury done. to goods

will! explain the matter satisfactorily. distant The consequence was, that the laUd' tit their prejudice, is presumed to be a bill to regulate processes in the .through the' carelessness.' or.1.negligence.. of
of the United met .and over ruled by'the substantial th dri. ver. >
Ed. Pat Gazette. revenue States was thereby United States' Courts in : .
impai d. To prevent, thi, Congress, reasons which are here urged in behalfof thoseStates 5. Be further Ordained, That all fine
early after the cession of Florida, passed a proposed measure. The interestof admitted into the Union and forfeitures proviGed for in this Ordinance

To the Members of both Houses of law,'requiring that all wreckea property the commercial part of the community since September, 1789, and a bill shall be- recovered by %complaint I

Con gres. should_be brought to the United States, -justice to the wreckers, who venture I to enable tbe President to hold before the Mayor,' for the benefit oftha
and those who should their lives and property-and above all, City of Pensacola: I
Tile establishing ofa Court at the islandof denouncing against treaties with certain Indian tribesin -
West is founded on a necessity so attempt to carry it beyond our limits, se. protection on the p&rt.of the Government. Indiana for Passed- May.31st. ,'1836,. -,
Key the
strong, that little need be said to prove its vere forfeitures. The provisions: of this to the inhabitants of the Island, demand purpose ex P..Alba, Pres't.
The Senate have'thought law were doubtless more re dilv complied loudly the adoption of the measure that is tinguishing their title to lands in Hora. L.
propriety.to sanction & bill For that purpose ;it with,for the reason that the port of Key asked fur by the bill enacted by'the Senate.J. the State, were ordered to be engrossed Higley,. ., .'.._
per is presumed the reasons, wrfiich inducedit West being contiguous to the point where W. Simonton. for a third rtpding i Secritar,. -

when properly .presented will claim the wrecks took place induced no great Washington City,2d May, 1826. The several bills yesterday ordered John' Approved,June lst.1826V _
an equal force before: the.House of.Representatives advantage in taking the cargoes there ; ica UCCtCt"" -CtfWttmn- to a third reading: were Jerrison, Mayor. t aArthurP
to whom the "bill from the but let Congress bv. any embarrassment -
has been'referred. I .,' thrown in the way, impose 'the necessity Extract from a communication in passed and sent to the House of Hayne* .:
Senate .j
The population of the island'o ia" at prevent of their proceeding to"a more distant port. the East Florida Herald. Representatives. vs. ,. : S
nothing short of three hundred souls, I or to one where an adjudication cannot The act Ie concerning wreck Our paper to-day contains only Adm'r.John Darrington, :1: : .. : "

while the county of Monroe: of.which this readily be had and forthwith, will all the I I ers and wrecked property" was a portion of the proceedings of King and, Adm'x.CathaIN:1 PARTITION.rine ,
is the Capital, amquftts Jo '$evn hun. property found there, Le carried to ports :: .
Key the of the .
& heirs
passed by Legulative Council As of
Congress yesterday. there Wm. .
dred, which U daily and rapidly increas beyond the limits of the United States, to I .
ing. It-must hence result, as matter of New-Providence or Cuba,.to the injury of and approved by the Governor, on was not room for tbe whole, tire King deceased. j "

course, that differences and dispute.of.a the revenue, and certainly not to the be. the fourth of July 1823. report of the Judiciary Committee PUaSUANT Los writ of Partition, di' 1

civil, and charges too of a criminal nature, nefit of the owners. To prevent this, By this act all wrecked property on the disagreeing vole of the two for the Western from the Superior Court ; 1I.
must occasionally arise requiring the laws may be passed ; but to enforce and into this District ,of Florida, returnable I.I I.
; brought Territory was Houses, and the proceedings on at the next term of said Court
interposition of the Judiciary. Protection render them effectual, require all the .

and allegiance are reciprocal terms.It energiei of the Government. Over and made subject to a tax for the use Mr. Monroe's claim, are given, we will, on the tenth day of July next, .

is a principle for which the United aboVe this, by a transfer of the cargoes to of the Territory, in the first instance as :he most .interesting.-Journal. .proceed to make partition of-a certain' : *

States have-always,, contended, and which, Nassau, an additional injury will be sustained of three per cent on the amount I I tract of land, bounded as follows :

even in their colonial state, they boldly to the commercial interest, oy diverting of tbe proceeds of sale ; A letter from Monte Video, dated ning Beginning due north at and Galvez's west therefrom spring and run.far.
asserted. But when it is borne in mind the Spanish trade entirely from ;)so
if after
and deducting the salvage Feb. 1st. extracts from which as to include said and
spring containing
this section 'of the .
that the population of this island being country.Capitalists
citizens of tbe States are at a distance of I and capital will always go allowed, the residue should Be we shall publish to-morrow, represents eight hundred superficial arpens ; and, .
four hundred miles from Pensacola where profit is to be found ; a law established claimed by the owner, such residuewas the force of the Patriots in also a certain other tract of land,near tha

which is the nearest point to which a judicial then, which shall recognize Key made subject to a further tax the Banda Oriental to be 7000 men of City of Pensacola, and separated from onei .
reference can be had, the trouble, West as the point.of.resort for the various of Jive per cent and if not claimed, and that of the Buenos Ayrean, ty feet fauxbuurgs wide, having thereof t..e, by ty.five a street'six.arperia

expense, and difficulty to which they wrecks will that takeplace attention along the coast to ten per cent, for the use of the three thousand, making in all an front on said street, and running back so>
must and will be subjected, must at dnce so attract public ,as pro- '
Territory. The act further expressly of ten thousand. The wri far as to include in the said- tract eight *
be obvious. If a civil suit shall arise, perty will always bring its fair .and proper army
thither or to St. Augustine which is a value, and thus every ,thing of suspectedinjustice required* in the 6th .section ter.appears to entertain little doubt hundred arpens. The wh01c'wned m .
hundred miles more distant, must the to owners be avoided .Already that," it shall be.the duty of of the final success of the Revolu fee-staple heirs by the said Arthur P. and the -

parties proceed to obtain a decision of considerable capital ii centered on the is- the Justice or notary*: ,_when* the Jury tionillts.-Philad. Ga.IJYMENE4L. tenants ofthe in late Wm. King <<'deceased. .as .
the difference; while should it be a criminal land, in addition to which; merchants from I shall have made their common thereof. 1. .
tn.t .v. 4k. Moused, contrary to that Havana, only about nine hours' sail, will, --up :I). L. Clinch, ..
lenity and indulgence which other citizens 'asmey nave usually.4.-aI't. there and signed the same, to transmit '
of the United States are possessed when sales are about to take place. the: certified copy thereof to.the MAB&XXD- At the residence of John A. W. Thor thn,

of, must necessarily be carried to a distance In a single vear from December 1824 to clerk of the Superior Court of the Bellamy, BXJ. in Leon County F. on tbe PhilipWae
from his friends and home, put upon December 1825, 293,353 00,of wrecked district wherein." such 9th ?May Capt. DANIEL E. BUBCH of the James
property Itamage .
his trial, remotely from the point property was sold there, and never but United States' Army, to Miss SABAH BEIJU.MT. .
have arrived. \nd the -
where his witnesses are; and, :f a poor in one instance did it fail tobring nearly may ., by Th mas'rht, ,0 : _
and humble man, be greatly without I its value, some of it going even beyond its 11th section of the act, the notary --- '--- Pensacola, 1st June, 1826-14-it. -

the means ofenforcing their. attendance.The value. Sin December the amount has or Justice is.required, to ..transmitthe NOTICE. 'I ,
affluent and the wealthy are never greatly exceeded the proportion of the amount of the tax retained, to the instructions of the PostMaster John de Rua, ) ,. .
without the means of sustaining and defending previous year nor has the sales been of the said clerk of. the court. .. BY General, it is made the dutyof v*. I ,
themselves, and derive other fa* fcss value to the owners. During this the Post Master, to put in each mail the heirs of TurI I .. '. -
cilities than those which the law itself ex time or rather since October 1824, the act, immediately its all letters which are deposited in the ner Stark, the I .
tends. .Legal interposition in their beHalf duties accruing to the Government at Key passage, went into full operation, Post Office one half hour before the fixed heirs of Jos. PhilIN PARTITION

is perhaps not a matter of such.grC# West, as I have been informed, have exceeded and. wrecked property to the amount time of closing the .}Jail. The undersigned hipsItK.Call" J ,
necessity, although it is still right and S 100,000 00,most of.which would of at least two millions of cannot"be responsible for the detention James Ramage, & I

proper, that even for them, proper tribu- have been lost.to the United States, If by dollars, according.to general estimation of those letters, which are not put in the all others concerned. I ._.'. . .
nals should by the government be established. any embarrassments thrown ''in the .way, ojCce as early as above mentioned; but J ; '' '- '-, J
But with the man wjio is without the wrecks had was carried to. Key West, .
; been carried to Nassau; being desirous of accommodating the pursuance of a writ partition, is
property and without, friends, whose and indeed-would have been the case, and there &old in virtue of the law, Public,.as far as in his power, he will mail IN sued from the Superior Court, ,in and
life and liberty alike deserve to claim pro if under the provisions of our law the before its repeal. by Congress, at all letters which are deposited before the for the Western District of, Florida, to us

tection from his country, the thing is different wreckers had been required to proceed. the present .session. .Upon the packet, in which they are to go, is actaaUly directed, and returnable at the next term, ,,
Charge him with.ai offence and to. any remote\inconvenient. port. lowell lculation beD there roust closed. The Northern Hail, beingthe of said Court, we the undersigned parti- -
without a court tx> hear him, he must be The case aludedtowhere the property most important, will always be the tioners will proceed to make partition of
seized and carried -Pensacoja pr St. did not bring its full value, is that of nave; been retained,.as a: tax, for last made up. a certain tract of land, lying and being iri -
Augustine for trial where to be confronted the brig Hercules, E: pt. Seaman, of New tbe use of the Territory, from sixty W. :H Hunt Escambia Conntrl1itaining"fo hundred .
with witnesses will be :CifljcuU, and York -Of tbts I speak with confidence, to a' hundred thousand dollars. arpens.more or less, commonly,

where the appearance of his .9wn for the having been-at the Island at the time this No account ,of sales or of the a- Poll 11 Matter.tf. ed the.Gonzales tract;*held 6y the afore- .
Pensacola 12,1826- -
purpose defence and acquittal, will be cargo was sold. Respecting this brig incorrect ward of the in May_ said John dc.:la Rua the heirs of Turner .'
jury case whatever .. R
rendered, by the distance,. impracticable representations been made. -- Stark,the heirs I.l'hillip.L: K. Call
if not impossible. Difficulty, of prosecu. S \o..&*!.been wrecked,. and- her catgo was ever transmitted to the WmIP lIVSJ9 and James Ramage, ,as tenants-'in'dom- -

tion will exist on the one side, while on brought something less than S-.OO.OOO.- clerk of the Superior Court, as required mon-and this notice is'given''to.the aforesaid ... .
the other the means of defence will be; Insurance had been made upon her.cargo to be done by thr 6th section T1'1o'rt OL: fensacola. 'tenants and all others. oneerned.

procured at great expense and at Mill. for 208,000.-. It does not however follow of the act above.mentioned ; nor A to ,heiu.e, if any they have,*why the "
grtkterhaz&rcL .., ; that it was in fact worth that sum. Be that., ARRIVED." aforesaid tract of Und should not be
in this of dollar of the tdx retained for the -. partitioned .
. Considered view on1Y.lt
point it
as mar, owing to the circumstance of -pursuant to-an act "to provide
would seem, that enough is urged to induce her having heeled and received a Considerable >> -: use of the Territory over remittedto I May 27.-U.S Tran portScbr. for the partition of lands in this Tern tory. -: -

a belief, that the measure proposedis quantity oFwater into her hold,some I the clerk, or in any -other way Florida, Baker, Mobile-.-/ ,i igcr ." Said partition be entered. open

correct and right. .A reference to our of the most valuable goods on !board werematerially placed insecurity, subject to the ..-Maj. 1'hos.'right U. S. on the sercnthday of JulynexUHy. ..

former history will show that in o ilist damaged. Upon .this vessel it: order of the treasurer of the Territory Army &-Mr. Ocheltree.U. Michel '
of grievances., pressed against the mother is alleged, 72,500 dollars was paid for salvage ,
country was the vending bur citizens abroad -1 ; this ia not true.. The amount re.i: as enjoined by the llth sec S. Ship John Adams, Capt. Jos. (). ,Keys,." n;",, ; I

for trial ; and certainly it ,.*as : oeived by.h .wrecker wus 25,800 dollarsor I ion.. Wilkinson, from-a cruize.,. :. Francisco, almeS .
strongly urged. It was decried as a grievous thereabouts. Thus, instead of 72,500 0: June 2dSchr. North Carolina "
and heavy imposition and one alto dollars as has been represented, a much ,- From- the Eat Florida.1 Herald. Jarvis, Appalachicola.a *. Joseph,Noriega,*, ?

. gether contrary to the rights of the go. less sum was paid. making a difference be- Juridicu*.-In our;.last paperwe ENTERED. P.. .Alba, ir.* ''f .- .., ': -I
verned. But in wfoat consisted the difference tween the amount
imputed, and that actually
in the cues.then complained of paid, of 46,700 dollars. .. published a lengthy criticism June lst.-.SoopAlabima Packet UenrWi1aoni, t... :: : '

and in ,the present ? To b'sure, the Shortly after the sale Mr John Earle, on the construction of the 9th article Ray, New- rleacs ; Cargo corn .' n Geo. B. A.. Rcketts.Pensacola .' : .

distance was greater from America to England agent of the under.writers, arrived at the of the Treaty with Spain. This to order.< 1st June 1826.-14-:.4tl: '. ,
,than from Key West to the United Island,and proposed to pay 72,500.dollarsto criticism we consider one of the June 2Scbr. United States, ..A ,

States. Yet in the principle there was no have returned to him the. .vessel and moat interesting articlc ., that we Johnson, Norfolk Cargo Naval a.. '. I. N, TIC'E..1 .p- ;
difference. In both there is perfect identity cargo as it was when wrecked. P.C.
; the complaint then urged was theconvenience Greene & Co. acceded to the proposal have published from the pen of Stores for the United States my: a Resolution of the Board .of Aldermen :J ,

to which the accused was and set about to re-purchase the goqdalthough Juridicua ; as it concerns propertytq .' CLEARED. f- JW I am requested :to call a

subjected, the increased hazard necessary they were in the hands of various the amount vof probably halfa May 2?;.-Schr._ Elizabeth, Foray meeting of the citizens Pensacola, at nearly .

to De met-the injury done to the unoffending : purchasers, and actually paid 40 to 50 million..of dollars, which, if, his th, New-Orleans, Cargo, 9000 day, to take into-consideration the
in forcing them to appear as witnesses per cent.advance, in some cases,to obtain eptdiency of making prep rat Dns for
construction be correct, must e- bricks by J. Noriega ; 62 hides by
: ou the prosecution, and the una- them. borne of them,however,could not theK celebration of- the. approachingAmerican .
Toidable, consequent and increased dangers be procured, and fof.this deficiency a deduction enmally be made good tu the ,respective James Carr and 7 bales cotton' by a. At\\\ive-rSM1 .

to which the accused was exposed proportional to the sum first offered claimants. We have not Crapper. / : .-., ..." .... ...
by be dragged to.a. distance from his was made, and the. contract was the opportunity of kpowing per 30th.-Schr. Bachelor-, 4T; 01'- '; -
home and fr eD<:1J, where character might thus concluded. Itjs from this circumstance Independence; \
i sonally that he is correct in his Saint Marks, Cargo, by D. Ochel ,
aid him, and from witnesses whose attendance that the ..
has .
imputation obtained it being the FIFTIETHAflNI: VETJSABY .
might not be in.his power to, pro currency,that72&A4oflrs.was.allowed I criticism, bat ,tbe..article. is from. tree. I Therefore,'all those disposed*to join ix* .. .
cure. The Government of the United for salvage when, in tact-and in truth, it the.pen of a. gentleman of great June 2. -Scbr. North Carolina, celebrating -t he same, are Invited to it-1- -

Sftteft, j It is respectfully.cunceired, oughtnot was the*result"arrangement nt and compromise. legal aC.Cluremc.ntltan.d who)under: Jarvis, Mobile.,.. tend a meeting to be held at-the Courtf .

incasesofsuab.strong resemblance, stands the Spanish .l nguge.i House.in'this cityj liMoDaaybCl
.so soon to forget the strenuousness withvhich One objection to the establishment of acouit ...: : :LIVJBOAK., =: .' 5th June at4. o'clock P-M.- ..:. '''' .' ..
the right now asked tor was by them ;is found in letters W4iOuslr'pi'esa.esl KAVT.Conuizbuu' Onicz > > -John JerrisoD ) ,
fearlessly urged and maintained Were upon Members of Cougrcs' from St. .4 Piagiaris.4heobjtuary notice wAeox' ; 27tb Mirch. 1876 ".5'SEALED' ..... *.*"\. 'k.'* -- .". _,. ...'. ,
the citizens of Key West within any reasonable -; Augustine. Who, let me ask are thepersons of Mrs. Stone,, published, as : proposals will be received ,, '-
Pensacola 29th 1826. .
May, _
distance of i .
a uuPwberejudicial who urge these objections d .
: 3It of for
original in the Florida letelligen- day July 'next, "
invckUgition could be had, the, ''caseJfrouM Have the people met and presented any J the pIofLive Oak timber for the r NOtIcelaHCrCby.G1VCD ". ,. -1
cer with the of In. M ; :
signature ;
different but it
toe surely cannot xnemoiial
t Have the merchants there, -r: 3S
frame of three frigates, cut to : Hon?
be considered other tb&D'a.: grievance, who understand the nature and force'of Stone,.appears to be bat a copy one':of hlch,witli-1800: cubic feet of prorajfcaoua 9j11thecountyco#rt.Iv'itpreseatti&temVT/4he: 'f:.
when it is apparent that no remedy is presented : buMuess, come forward Not.at all. Itproceeds with alterations to Bait the occasion 'tibertdbe :dcfireredon or ---a Youchtttasd'*wMf.lor&. '. .- *.-'f,

short' of proceeding'* or_500 mile* ...altogether from .one, two, ,or of an cbLturyofMrs.; Harriet .! before tl e"Ut day of September,1827,Atft1eavyYsrds accounts finalsettl, tnftI Beatof the._estate: of DoanagoPedockccaacd. # .-. .p.' J.
to .
obudo it and imminent .
at cost at thrc 'have
an who .
great. emgrafltwye1% gone Rodman who.dkd .lew- :"-' At, Bo on, KewPhiladelphia. '- ..* *- :' .. f. -
risk both to:life and liberty. to Florida ia :.xtf.better- ; .. -
: quest prosjjecCsthan r d ." Akor._ of. nine *:. .
-. Nor are the people',of the Island alone. they could' 'fiad.ia a','competition York,'on'thC iRk J....arf rIB08. e OakIUMO ; fer. ; faiU*? of.the .1st : ..r sejhE. Caro,..". : ; ,..

tnttre&tcd RU Ail bUIJ8C11. The'frequent: of talents ia the States.where they Tesj-. The originia.wia *rittea .by .St b dQIjyg tU Naq'Yard at ,.'A .._ ', ''-.. : ', .4drataI.Srstsr 4-" '.'" I.
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I Sta. ? of -ti& SouVU.. .. "\It : : ; i,r j4MES dRzL; : ::1 V :'ER:: J EoflM I' : : 1l:# ,

\. the- La w Edito. r 'of' .i TRe. Pcrt-GiVon; :C'r-I Ii1nE;&sin," of thb'work'ia to {.
I '. it is. now intended to commence '' : the clerical schemes
::1 ii!E -: AS the publication i of the Star.of .the Tho- .... .fiES 'respo7iQ'C tothLcitiiena of Natchez I of the "present andundertaking thy poS, :.otI-:;,: ().

p : South, on the first Saturday of May next, PIlESENTa te .of .Mississippi, ,under pretence oF promoting'feKriorfJ :

.: all thos. persons who have, .or.intehd'to- \De* the influence of such feelings, as should show that they are irreconcilable! .. '

k, r *Eubscribe for it, are desired to send their until appertain to' an' individual, seeking the he; spirit and principles of the O,

names (free of postage) to Mill t1gevilte, .lull advancement of his own interest, 'and i The great Missionary opemXons; SS:'

Georgia, by that time, directed to the \\ : : usefulness to tile community, proposals commenced some years since. and iS

Editor- of the Star of the South. t to publish i'1: the city ofNatchez, a weekly numerous Theological Seminaries ,"h y :
I Although a full of this publication C have been erected and -
prospectus ,
THIS paper, to be called. are still e
t' has been in a number of in xart of
printed THE 4, every | our country, h,,
newspapers; in the States of Georgia, 1821. S i of 'Nate\\t,7. only an injury to true religion, and'Pebeen .
I. South Carolina and Alabama, and a number I partment I New"pQ; er, : tended to exalt an order of men 0

of subscriber. obtained yet it may liberal JlndPubUc Advertiser ; height not warranted by the New Twi

,t not be amiss again to girt the character menced. if Upon an Imperial sheet, with ,new male- i ment. Their numbers and iflfiuet,'

and terms of the paper. and rials of the first,quality,at the'same price r.jk1ly extendin throughout

The Star '()f the Soutl will be devot- tablished and under similar regulations with other of the community, and threaten thl:

.4 \ ed to the illustration and defence of the mer, as Imperial papers published in the State. struction of our civil and religious J

.I. interesting doctrine of the Universal holiness have been The materials will probably arrive about ties. .By means, either direct or inditta"lib1.
and eternal happiness of the souls : with a d an the last qf next month, and the first number they are steadily advancing their
1. of all the human family-and the Unity of couraged : or I will appear immediately thereafter.J. and their ascendancy over the minds

God, by a societof Believers'on "Christ ration;also C. has no enemies, and will not deserve the people : and at no distant: period of

the Lord." deed, no for i any. He has friends, and will serve should their influence continue to in!

TERMS. tablishment Pro- ; them, when it can be done without a 'sa crease, scarcely an individual win
t U
seat oftbe ap crifice of propriety lie knows no par found willing to incur the hazard: of
The Star oFthe South will be printea Students if there be be does on.
4 ty; one not belongto posing any of their schemes. The
on good paper, and with a fair type every may -oten has it. He invests his all in this attempt nicious effects of clerical domination p.

:. : other Saturday, at" 1 50 per annum, where the the and will with cheerfulness, succeed or this country, may be inferred (from IQ
payable the receipt of the first number will be & fail as he shall deserve.He II history of other countries, and the

4L '! to the.Editor at Millcdgeville, Georgia amples of Pre- had commenced a considerable. to be guarded against. There ought early ,

p whose name will appear-or 2 in will be setting forth of his republican principles-; ready; few who have sufficient firmnesato are aU 1

I :J: 'three months thereafter.It tant qu of his determination to be indefatigable'and iresent'these men before the public '
will be folded and stitched in 12 L
a mo. and zealous ; of His devotion to the pubic their true colors ; and hence the
:form, bf 12 pages in each number, or the United shall weal with all the prospect.
customary KT CETE- oftheir sutcess, and our danger, is
more-but willXe increased in the number will be be great
us of an editorial DEBUT, but has erased Iy increased.
I .. of pages, in proportion as the number by \' pre- the whole,and means the same,and more,
of subscribers increase. From these considerations, and
may the highest Fa by saying I WILL DO MY DUTY." to ex
I It is hoped that the publishers will be of the as Natchez 13 1826.NOTIOE. pose the corrupt, pompous, and fashion
February ,
: "believed, when they state that their obI bove every the able religion inculcated and supported

'tjectisnot to collect funds, but todissemiaate and fix his by this pensioned order bfmen, the&.
what they believe to be highly manly and former was commenced. The extended
interesting information. to their fellow which the re LETTERS of Administration on the circulation of the work among the reflect
and to which, they in Colv John Miller,deceased and better part of the
creatures.; secure as a place ng community has
of having been granted the subscriber, by convinced the Editor that
solicit communications from men genius for iiis views
.. generally-and for this purpose, the tant and of the County Court for the County of Es- these subjects are not peculiar; and that on

I Star will sustain such; that: may be intended sary to cambia ; all persons having demands a- the, publication may be more generally

r to dispute its general doctrine ; but deem it the gainst said estate are requested to presentthe known, and consequently be'more usefUl -

the right .of animadversion must always large upon same immediately, and those indebted he has been induced to present some n;?*

be allowed to the Editor, but which will course of are desired to make payment to tice ofjt in a more public way than wa.

be exercised in the spirit of candor, and medium of in W. Hasell Hunt, at first done. Being neither under the

with the politeness gentlemen, tenderness On the 3d ", Administrator.ensacola jurisdiction influence of any parti uar -

of Christians, consideration of philosophers Trustees of to Jan. 27, 1826-4 .-- 8w. sect,the Reformer. will not be madean
and a love of brothers, whom itt into the re instrument for advancing the views or

is believed: all mankind are. On counting rea FOR ,SALE.LFrIIIIE interests of any, but. will rebuke'eyij*.
Editors of papers in the Southern and the will whenever met with and pursue the line
-: Western States, who are friendly to the ed [[ subscriber; Executor othe last of truth marked out by the precepts of

; liberty of the mind, and free investigation pursuance of at Will and Testament of..Franciscoouanl I Divine Revelation, regardless of the

will please insert the above, as often fessors' of late of Pen Sac oJ a deceased, offers frowns or thecensures of those, who,.

,- 9* they may think proper. ..: : for sale the following property, belonging from interest,. prejudice, or caprice, may
to the Estate of the said dedeascd: viz
Fide and Amore. first Monday >ecome its opposers.
I The undivided half of a Tract of Land,
Hall, in the
Terms &c.
containing ,
x!; 'fjnHE Drawing of the Grand consolidatM. tinued The daily The Reformer is published in periodical .

ed Lottery took place Washingtoit I consist! of t4 A. [ m\ 8 numbers of sixteen octavo pages, the
City on the 26th ult. The following were finished ? I first of each month, at One Dollar a year,
the numbers drawn and in the order in I of one day, Situated North East of Bayou de la payable in advance. The sixth year is

irhich they stand viz : the terms of Trucha, on the bay of San Mary de Gal- low' completed, and the seventh con
35 9 3 14 vez, about twenty one miles from the
11. niled States menced January 1326. Some ropies mar
Persons having prize tickets in the a- ton, D. C. City of Pensacola : and aHOUSE yet be had from the beginning of the

bove Lottery, are invited to deposit them from one to work, burpersons are at liberty to com

with the subscriber, with orders to invest .course will f & LOTin mence at any period, and withdraw their'

their proceeds in the tickets of some un months or i abscriptfons 'whenever.notice i ilt given

drawn Lottery. In free; and arrearag are paid. Orders from a-

W. Hasell Hunt. heads of ; the City of Pensacola, fronting on ny part of the Union,postpaid, enclosing
: ed, (which Llcaniz! Street, said lot containing 52 feet the amount of subscription, and directed:
Jlgent.for Yates and Mclntire, minutely of front by 80 feet deep and known in the to T. .R. Gaes,290 North Third! Street

I, Pensacola 19th. May 1826. .the student "lanofthe City as number! 112. PhIladelphia, will be attended to withoutielay. '

by remove r"I The above property will be sold on _
". DAVID C. P1NKHAM, encounlerin : credit- -one half of the purchase.,money* -r3ti.ii4- t.. prtJ t'Ie'rt SU6Scrli}

I intended- ) tVLpa triune yearandLthe remainderin .and become responsible for the amount of
Counsellor' tit aw.HAVING tion and i two yean, Payments to be secured their subscriptions, shall bs entitled to
fixed residence at Pensa- Admiralty I by notes, with a mortgage on the premises a copy gratis.Theopliilus.

r practic law, in the courts, courts of the I R. Gates.

of Escathlia,*Walton. Jackson, Gadsden Law of i Desiderio Quina.
.and Leon: Counties, and also at Mobile. An ; I that '. Philhdelphia, Jan. 10, 1826. .
.. ': 17th March 1826 3tf. aJditors:: of papers who will give
Be nay be found at his office next door take place "
this advertisement a few insertions and'
below the Post Office. subjects pre- 1.E8iOS ,
Fen&acola:; April Utli, 1826.-tf upon during I forward a paper containing it to the A
,- A I 'and 13 ECEIyED per Brig Amos Palmer former, Philadelphia, shall receive fthe

Warehouse.r ,at St.- Marks. week, for an IL Orleans from New' York, and Harriet. from one ianks year.of the Editor,and the numbers fct

viously ,
THE! subscriber liaslately! | erected near. fer trying as a Thirty eight Cases and Bales Dry Goods, T. R. a
landing at SL Marks, a *
courts it is suited, the season, comprising, *, -
and secure WAREHOUSE, where. p
shall be as a
be is prepared to receive goods, either Super Prints, KoticePPLTCATION
t making up Common 'do. do. .
.0n Storage or Commission., and Trench Callicoes '" has been made to the

"Wim..Wright. aj. the same the Cambricks, Jackonet, Lawn, i Bank of the United State? for the

SU Marks, Dec Otb,11826.-27-tf.' the practice w Bombazette, assorted colours renewal of the following described notes,
the viz :
Hosiery worked robes
elegant ,
D.No. 16 to
The if Lace ball dresses, payable Benjamin
ARRANGEl\IEN'r. the School Morgan, at the Office' of Discount
4 Brown & bleached shirting &.sheeting
will have and Deposit,N. Orleans dated Phi-
.do. do.
Claiborne Mail. Professors. re Plaids, Stripes, Indigo and furniture ladelphia 5th April, 1819, .* g 1C!)
The F. No. 1619, payable to Chas. S.
\\UEonThuisdayat3P.L.! .
checks &c.
>, shirting, ticking.&c. ..
West at do. date 1st
the laws ,
1825 100
'Closes on Friday at 12 A. M. 12 boxes boots & shoes, fine & coarse, May, ,
tees,for the : ad H. No. 34 payable to Joseph
Tallahassee Mail. 2 trunks Ladies' silk Mohair, and Mo-
r ment. roccoshoes, Saul, at do. date 10th May 1818, 100
thie other at 6 P. M. E. No. 4716
every Monday Be it 5 rates 8t 5 hhds. crockery china and payable to Chas. S.
Closes the following Tuesday at 6 College,in glass ware, West-at do. date, 2d May 1825, 56W.
oclockP.U. ) 9749, same date
: I 1st. the 4 cases 2 trunks assorted Saddlery, 4th. Oct.
of 1824, 10
W. Hasell Hunt Law
10 cases super, fine, com'n & wool hats A.
No. 2542
: ':". -r Post Master.JJensacola Washington 2 trunks fine cutlery, payable to 1. Coney
once in at Philadelphia, 1st Jan, 1817, 2*
25th 182693t.: 2 2 trunks
April ; or such : dis cases ready made clothing. A. No. 1514, payable to P.
-.:.-,...'.. ---- .. shall East 5 pipes old Cog. Brandy, 1817 20g400
I sors
8 ;50 REWARD. t\To in 1 pipe one & pipe old Madeira wine. ,
years. -a---- -
100 sacks ground salt '
: fij-ANAWAY. from the residence of so much of I e- 4 tons iron, assorted sizes, -
.t ':< the 26th of England, 25 -
; 1 'Ju.dgQ'Gt.rnier.o.n: April I 4 bundles steel, t '
. bit, '.''0' ;Degr et, \'i i1:'i '* cable to 00 3 casks. hoes, The above mentioaed notes were enclosed
and Laws 75 in letter.of
> a instructions, deliver-
: i 13 qr. chests fresh tea,assorted,
". ';..about35yeahofage,5 I in force in 2 boxes mustard, I ed-to Capt. ,Andrew Boyd,'of the Schooner
the Caravan, of New-York which vessel
., ..... .s,;, .feet 6 inches high,'*ndv several 1 boxCayennepepper, x went to sea from this port,, on the 17th 1

4 _' LUO 4't it: 29th 20 5 bbls.hhds,fresh Orleans sugar, new crop-. day of Sept. 2825, bound to Rag ed J..
calls flour
.. :1 !,bout4yola,5: course to 20 bags Havana coffee. land; for a Cargo of salt, aadnot having

I ,. ... feet; JS. inches b gb. Professors' green .... I since been heard of it is upposed perish
_. 4'. .dark tbuJitto. The above ward will be hey shall ALSO IN STOnES ed at sea.,.
._ M1t'otf"denvering'aid Slaves to'melD .. **2d. : ,i 45 ps.ps. Scotch Kentucky bagging do. ', Stone & Nisbet. -

I j .. 'C? fccola'. ". or I wilJ nay. S for either., "ceive mission a to an 12 ps.Tow do. Pensacola, 10th May, 1826-. -w6m.
., ', 'W., Barkley.flythe .. Ten polhus 70 coils bale rope, -

"' .-' + *. "- ,Editor of the Mobile Registeir leg, for the 250 pounds bailing twine, ;\\'ih.: kff3SOfl'S; latter
.. :.:.. ..'reqaested to' insert;tVistxrice/and; ford.thceoutiisoffice. lie 2 tons assorted castings, '
; pensesof,
:: __.; -: to be ; and 15 boxes old claret,] J. B. Yates & .4.. M'lntire

- t i':' -- :': ;:I1aMol126th_ Ma',1B2613.-3t.. the in 4 boxes old port, '. been honored with the con
..!' ;: .!..-."- "--- ', I. ..._. : -. .. -- the school ; No 50 bbls.whiskey, HAVING Mr. JEFFERSON'S LOTTERY

.: *,; I '.' : ... .' .a;. I" on the IO Wood's patent ploughs, respectfully inform the Public
.... I' ; ket of 20 kegs ground paints, assorted colours, that every thing is arranged in regard: Wit
. .' .
I .v Bdibeli'Allum SIt, 75 kegs tar B*
-T .. cargo hu pUceH ; ; and that the Tickets will be ready
_ 'n.
'' : .' .... jj.cr&z.Rope& ,'fromred&and. '' of.the. Sides soa .leather,, delivery in a very short tine, and tw

L! P .. : I...- i ..juit:* Undent! : atkl, for, sale Law *. Sidesupjer'do'Calves' plan>> made known in its particulars' .

J t 1.'f". '.. Jow.gaie1at. &t::..:: :'\JL.;: ; .t1pfJ.FQrsyh. I ..J:'. Wid Skins* 11480. Chances are fi td at J'eS
\ o-r.UI'UiG ltu.YlMNwtr. &'t:, ''t .. ; Il'" ,'. 4 f' -. L ''' ':("it. ... ..... '. .: cktfsftction; lump sugar, "
t : ..," .'; JJ w :l ... '; : 30 baskets .. Dollar* aeA..A .
: ::. lilt w" ;. ; .....ClAn.1r; .? hifop stveet oil, .
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1 ;\.J" '. 1.'.. .'. -.._"_......::.. _. v. ..... 1 ff.w' ,. 35 boxes assorted'window'glass,! book will...b'eQp ned on Saturday
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,f ,; ; ; feet 45 kegs cut nails .. next; at'the IanagemOffice.PeIuThY'niaAvenue
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f'. '-:. ',' : by qr. casks.Madeira Teneriffelaga and11a- where applications for fj6*
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'... t. tal. .\Li1queth's.&..ote'J ayviB \ value"of the cha ces. desired by
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II. ; '::1/ :..:. : { .li .... ; .:' ; r JfJi tSi : : : iNNP&T.T.S. -- ten*.; will be very: carefully attended,t o oj
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