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 17, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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Approved-May 4, 1826. the 1ald mfs&ion the IAId C be ., at the 4l3rIaw.
Subscriptions payable in advance. I ferent seminaries *bf>> learning in two thousand ; .hoId Q .tiE- *
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fifty cents; longer and wider militia duty; except in cite df'r.Appvd1ay'4 An act making further 'ink.
provision for the '
delivery of deserters from Prencb > wt due
ones at the same rate. Rule and figure !:to the State of Mafyfeuid./ *
work double price for the first insertion. I ships in the ports of the United States. ((826. extinguishment of the debt.due to the Se II enacted by the Senate and.fouterf

Advertisements will be tastefully display Be it enacted by the Senate and .United?ubl.c..Land.States.,, by. the purchasers of ?epretentativf,..of .tU United.:State{9f
ed, according to the nature of them, and Houic ,*o/ Representative of the '" 1PUBuc-lo.30.] vs \JSe it enacted ty tA> America'.-, m Jpwiffrewp; tfln5 ..That. the '
An act to authorise the \ Senate and ttavte
thf of
will be measured by matter of this size "United proper accupngfficeift Trearaf '
States of America in 'Con. Xepretehtaiivc .
type. When inserted at intervals, (that United States to rui and mart a line ., of United States 'of /))?iartl1ent? be, *nd Uiey,,are hereby,
'gress a;em.ied. That, on the application dividing the.Territo; Florida from merica, in Congress anenbled, That the authons4and directed:, '
is,not inserted week from the first to liquidate and
every ,
to the last insertion) each insertion will :Vf .Consul or.Vice. the) State of Georgia t '.. roviio'ns of the,.act entitled An sejtle; tire claim of,the State Jdaryland
be charged as a new advcrtisement.- Consul of France,'made in writing, \ .Be it enacted by the Smate and. House of Act to pr vide'for, the extin uishX against the United: Stat &r interest upon .

Amountsfor advertising payable alwayson statitig that the ,erson.therein. Jjtepretcntativeg. of the United: State That of4merica ment of the debt due to the United 'loans on.mqnejd borrowed,and.actuJlly .
demand .. ;. named his deserted from a public in Congrei assembled, the 'States by the Jjurchasers' jjublic : xpended by .her, for the.use and
President of the States of
United benefit of
the JJntta ,
Liberal will ixdct States the1aIew&r
03: contracts be during
\ MaVeiKhteeaih"
or private 1 of Trance, while \merica be and he is hereby c :-approved- : wHh"OreatBritaiiifv .X, ?
with those who wish to advertise by the au t .i% '
,eu. in any'port :'of the Upited 'Stafes, thorised, in cohjunqtioli! /vWfth the one ,thousand: eight bbndredipcftwcnty.foui.nd .' 8e .2..8. 6ekfinihjaet 4 Thai

oi1All communications to the Editor and op;proof, by'the exhibition of constituted authoritiea oTikftjftat.fi. : tb. $ ;provisions 'of an nzcertazningthe am9kct-... f.inteest.s, : ..
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to or not,as suits'* his__ _convenience._ ___-l e'l-;- i 1 roll, or other, official document, : and distinctly marked, the line dividing provide jjfbr the extinguishment: to :wit: First that...interest 'fthaii jmot'l b .
7 MMZww wZHMMVMV Z X that the named belonged, the territory of Florida ,
J Wv M M V MWMMMH9 person of the debt due to the United computed any som._ whjch >WyJand

Lawsofthb Unit Stated at the time of desertion, to thervOfit i from the state of Georgia from States by the purchasers public:: has. not expended: for,.tbe use.and benefit
t of th, ,United.States, as by the
< Ld vessel, it ahall be the the junction of the rivets Chata- lands," approved May the twen evidenced
amo refunded or repaid to Marylande
duty any'ctoTirf/judge, justice, hoochie and Flit, to the head of thousand hun
ty-sixth, one eight by the.) : United States; Second, that no"
or other magistrate having competent : St. Mary's river; and for that dred-and twenty-four, be, and the interest shall be paid pa any sum on

power to issue warrants, to .: purpose, he is hereby authorised same are..hereby, severally revived which*he bas pot paid interest;. Third

1 cause the said-person to be arrest to appoint a commissioner, or and continutd in force, in all respects that, whenthe' principal .or any part of
examination and if on the in his it, has bejen paid"or refunded,by,the Uni-
ed for ; surveyor, or both, as opin- whatsoever, until'Ihe fourth
ted States,or money placed,in the bandsof
examination: the facts stated are ion may be necessary : Provided, day of July,, one thousand eight' Maryland, for that purpose, the;: interest -

found tIe true, the person arrested That the line so to be run and hundred and twenty.seven. I on the sum or sums so ,paid or 're

not being a citizen of the. Uni- marked, shall be run straight Sec. 2. And foil further ena led, That funded shall cease, and not be consider;
,- shall be delivered tb said rivers ed as chargeable to the .United ,States
ted States, up from.the junction of the legal holder of any certificateof
t the Consul or Vice Censul, to be Chatahpochie and Flint) to the lands purchased from the Uni- any longer than up to the, time of the repayment -
as /- .
sent back 16 the. dominions. of point designated at the head of St. ted States, which land 'has reverted See. 3. And be; further: enacted' That' '

I France ; 01*, 'oh the request andat Mary's river, by the co miision- by virtue of the provisions of the amount of th'e. interest when ascertained

; '2 I the expense of the said Consul ers appointed under the third article the act of the second of March, as aforesaid, shall be paid .but o.f '

0 or Vice Consul,'shall .be detained,;: of the.treaty of friendship, limits eighteen Hundred and twentyone any money in the Treasury, not otherwise .
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until the Consul or Vice Consul ."and. navigation, between the ; or the several 'acts supplementary app pruicd. 4, '
Approved-May 1,3, 1826.
,: I finds an opportunity to Sehd him.' United States of America.and'' the thereto '; ot' which .

r !I back. to the dominions- of France': king of Spain, made at San Lorenzo -' by virtue oftefifth section. of the ,,v .[PUBLIC--:: &0.-36.]. ,.. ... ;

I Provided, nevertheless, That" no el fteal, on-tbe/seventh and I act''of tenth v of May,[one, thousand An act,,to authorize a.subscription for. .

, BY AUTHORITY. person shall be detained inorethantbree twentieth day of October: onV eight hundred, is. subject to be tock- on the pan of tbclUnHed States
[PUBLIC-No. 26.] after his but in the Louisville, and.. PprtUnd Canal
several acts months arrest, thousand seven hundred and nine, sold for the .balance 'due thereon .
"An: ascertaining act supplementary titles to 'and claimsc to at the end' of that time shall.1 be set tyvfive i/tnd provided rco, That I witfi. interest" *; or ,!'bJcl(under the:! JSe Company.ft enacted, by_the; Senate,., +and, Howe v :ofRepretentalivc '

lands in the St. Helena and Jackson at liberty, and shall not be again the compensation to be allowed provisions of the said act, has become *. of the.'United Slate ef

Court House LandDistricts. molested, for the same cause. lo, the person or persons, so to be forfeited to the United America inC ngrcss' a"emJled,.That the

Be it enacted by the Senate cnHffouse ; .Sec.: 2. And'be it further enacted, appointed by the President of the States,since the first day of July, Secretary .of. the Treasury be, and lie

of Representatives of the That this act shall continue in United States, shall not exceed in eighteen hur.dreJ and twenty, and, hereby is, authoriz and directed,to subscribe

United State of America in. Congress force, 'so long as the 'Convention amount the compensation allowedby wbicji bas not been sold, shall be, for, or p purchase in the,name and:
the for the use of the.United. .St
qMtjnftfotj/That. t'tJ.Dot exceeding
in 'abstracts of the twenty-fourth of June, eighteen the government of Georgia to permitted to redeem the same'at. one.thouSand shares;of jne capital -
claims to land hundred and twenty-two, between the person or persons appointedon any time previous to the first day stock of the. :JLouisville and Portland.

A, B, and Eof the reportof the United States and its part for the same objeci.Sec. of May one thousand eight hun Cjinal Company, and to'payJQtheum,>

the Register and Receiver of theLandlhs'irictofSt. France, shall be mutually obligatory 2. And be it further enacted9 dred and twenty-seven, on payingthe at such times,. ai>d In .such i'proportions*

Helena Court on the parties to it, and nolonger. That the or so of the as may be requir! .bf and.paid,by oth r
person persons amount purchase moneydue
House reported to the Secretary stockholders of said company, but. of any
to be appointed by the Presidentof exclusive of interest with
a in the
money, Treasury: not otherwise
date of the appropriated
of the Treasury, thousand Approved-May 4, 1826.PVPLiONo the United States with such as deduction of thirty-seven and a : Provided* savl.fcfeares can be

nineteenth January, one -+- have been or shall be appointed : half cent. '. procured a sum not exceeding:.one
ight hundred l.ndwen y-fi'e,. in [ 28.] hundred dollars ach ., ,. .._
for the same purpose, on the part Sec. 3. ,Anti be it further enacted That'lithe / a. / '
obedience to an. act of Congress An act for altering the time holding the of the State of Gedrgia, after they, legal holder of any certificate ec.2. 4nd'beit'Yurfhw enacted That
of the twenty.. xtb of May, one session of the Supreme Court of the United the $ecretary shall.vote fur.the President
hundred and twen States, and of the sessions of the i in conjunction shall have run and of further' credit extended to and.Directors of said company, according

thousand eight claims Circuit Courts of the United States, distinctly marked sai4 line') ,shall 'purchasers .of public lands by the to such ,number. Qf shares 'and shall receive -
ty four, and the embraced for the Districts of Georgia and South make two fair drafts or maps act of the second oY March, eighteen upon t.he.aa-d stock,the proportion

in-the supplemental report of the, Carolina. ., *, .. . thereof, both of which snail be hundred and twenty-one, en' of the tQ.1Js'wbicb shall from time tine*_

,Register atid Receiver, under date .' Be it enacted by the Senate and certified by.tlema. ; one of which titled An act for the/relief of the be due to the United States,for the shares
of the fifth of De cem er-,'On thousand louse of .Representatives of the aforesaid. t ? *: / '- i
shall. be deposited in the office of purchasers.Vf public lands, prior I Sec.3.'iAndbett:; farther. enacted That
eight hundred: and twenty- United State's of\America in Congress Ihe Secretary ,.of ..State for the to the first day of July, eighteen' I :this' act shall np$go.into effect until one

five, and whtth arc re'c6 mended' assembled, 1"hatl from and I United States and o: the other delivered hundred and tweiity,' shall, previous .'. or ,more .competent' engineer or engineers

.for conflrmatloc' be' ,' and' ..the. Isame after the year one thousand eight to the Governor Georgia. to, the fourth...day of ,July, ,.in the service he..United. States*
'are, hereby, confirmed... so. farthey ai hundred and twe ur-siX, the sesisioh Sec. 3. Jnd be further enacedt That eighteen hundred! and twenty-sev: shall eamip .tb&gnnind oir which said.

may : ome within the, proVi ,of the Supreme. Court; heretofore I for the. purpose of carrying this. en, discharge the amount due on Canal make is proposed in to be constructed,to the and
,a report writing Secretaryof
Ilona of, Y1d be'conformable to tile held on the first Monday of I act into execution, the sum of five such certificate, by.reliriquuhrnentor War, hat,Ui hi&opinior. the plan upon

principles,llWiitatlons, and restrictions February annually, shall l, instead I thousand dollars be, and hereby is, payment' or both, auch. holder which! the CanalIs'to be: constructed-

of, the. act of, the third thereof, *be. ; held. on the. second appropriated, to be paid out of any shall be entitled To a remission of is practicable, and that, the, sums hereby

March, one thousand eight hundred Monda' of January. annually; and money' in the Treasury, not otherwise all interest due thereon at the day authorized to be vested stock in will the subscription be sufficient :

and nineteen, entitled, "Aft all! actions, suits,.appeals, recognisances appropriated.AppiovedMay of such discharge, together with a ,,or together purchasevof witl .the! .sums already-

act for adjusting claims to processes,. writ and 4,.1826. deduction of th rtyseyeaarid. a paid, or to be p.id upoq the stock, sub
land, and establishing.l.. tfd Offices prpceedings *bateverVending, or half cenL: on the amount iclu.ally scribed fot.wpedb1 indjyjduals, to

4 ,in the Districts eastof: the Island which maybe: .pending, in said x ; [Pu"BLlc-No..Bl.] i' :. paid per in cash. cornl. te the canal, 'according. to, said .

of New-Orleans. Court, or returnable, thereto, shall An apt to extend the lines of "certainLand 4,'182. plan. t>. 1't''r isi' "
enacted Districts in the State of Missouri.Be Approved-May See ..',And be it1 furt Mfitd, That
Sec. 2. And be further have day therein anvd be heard '
it enacted by the SPate and 1 ou.e of :- & for the pUrpose of carrving ,rto effect the
That the Register and Receiver tried, proceeded with and decided, I Rcpretenlaiivc of the United jSiatet of -- {PUBLIC-No. 34.1 *, .t provisions of thil1 act,the sum of:one bun. I
of said District shall possess in like manner .as if the time of. merica in Congress att'embled, That the An act to.alter the tjmes.pfholdlim' Jred thousand,dollars siaV.be| and 'the

"the'same powers and perform the holding said session had not been. Western" "boundary of the Land Circuit Courts of the United and States the for same is hereby; appropriated be pai4
Ihe District New-York, April
said duties, in relation to the altered. { District. of Cape Girardeau, and of Term fthe 'Circuit Court for the District out of any.money the Treasury of \be\

claims confirmed by this act, as are Sec. 2. And be it further exacted, tbe western district in the, State of of Connecticut. ;. r < ? U,Approved Snot9thcrvis'apprOnatCU.-May 13, o.i4Jfpr41. ... ..
given to and required of them by That the sixth Circuit Cout of Missouri Be, and the same is hereby J e enacted by the Senate and Howe offieprettntathx -, 't.

the act of Congress, of the eighth the United States, for the Districtof extended to the western boundary .. of th'J United. States of fls. .I .''i
America in csiemMc4 That, : ;
of.May, (one' thousand eight- hundred Georgia, which is by law appointed of'the'State qf Missouri. from nd aftetiie1rst C"greli day of July next,

and. twentytwoentitled, to be holden on the four Approved':-Mny 4,.ib2d. ... the Circuit Courts, of..,the, United States :;; r- eM' ,ieml- GaZin,. I.

MAn supplementary to the. BC- teenth day of December annually, -- ---. for the District of N w.York shall co pmence -- Ma. Eh rp-' ach has; bee

\eral 'acts forAd jutting the claims shall hereafter be holden on the (PUBLIC-No. 32.) and be held at the City HalloftikCity ,..id and .written, .b I\ the subject
lands and establishing An act making appropriations for carrying ; NeW'York; on the.last Monday in
and ttles to fourth in November for josscti. claimed
: Monday Indcranity, '
into eflect the appointment of a May and .October, }. instead of the tames ; :
land 'office* in', the District nually; and that,the sixth. Circuit Mission atthe Congress'of Panama*. beretbfure; .VsUtilished by. ;". And the under the.9th'article of the.treaty .
east of the. ,Island of New-Or Court, of the United States, for ,the Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofReprctentatvue Circuit! Cport of the United States for the 'with Spain \ 'aidnmwy insinuationa '- .i"i"T"l

-. leans." Provided,.. That nothing District of South Carolina, whichis of the. UnitedStatet of ..4meri'cain District bit:Connecticut, holderi a Newt ave beeii.-.madeT-' that.the ,
contained in this act shall be so : by law appointed"'to be holden Covgrctt .llembledThat: the following Haven; shall b'e.held on the last Wednes. faith otbi.'jiiiioti has bcenbrokcH.,

construed as to extend' further j on the fourth Tuesday of November sums be, and the.same'.are day in:April"instead of the. time,,hereto By.Q .PitDg..to'r. the. ..Jottfs imtrtatnrfiB
of' fore established bylaw. .. ,
of all ereby appropriated, oiit / : #
than a relioquishment right annually shall hereafter beholden heearsI8l'8.4"l4.a '
: :Sec. U.: 'AM&KfalF ei4 That -
and ,title ',to. said lands on the I on the secorid Monday in money in the Treaiory not.,other. all Indictments,informations! ; ;iiitIor.it1on t> :well ai thciiic 'rqt ;i8M4( '... that

part: oftbe! ; United States/ without, December Annually ; and that all *appropriated, carrying in-I antf proceetfing* ofrevery;? 'kind, ": floiiyi'iOr! ,a1i etlieet!;
of third lb 'effect, tfie\ appointment. _01 a whether: AMa ,or.trjafiaal' flrependiflg ,
prejudice: to-the. interests:. process which .shall have been' issued mission at theCongress'of 'Panama in the'eaidA CdtitapectwcIfrontherst l'niation J .Qf. OUr cabiidcor: .
powers p ..and all 'recognizances: returnable dayOf.JtiI7DcZt.ball tb.iftehvc'dAy _., I gte'th4 jtIi1 i0re.; It I' :

...:';8>ec..3}: n 6c, it further'enatt-: .audaI1 auita and .other ,that is to'syV' .1 in Court;aio be proceed* to, :be'..re1rcttcdtbit.MtqipeCe.

". ,--*;16;>t tb c Regjsicrand.' .Receifcferkif proceedings which have .beenco.: For tho'qutiit.*of twp'Envoya.Ex. ed in, '11 ad'txiett" ,.nd determined, i on zeal., ,,,''uc I 'I _.......r\ > ;

.: .AP l _( ,w4' 'La&.; ,O$cit, tinued, to said"Courts respectively: traoroinary Mlnlstei'sPlenlpo.tentlaryeigkteen the. afs'herein:'appointed, forholding' c.'".lt."oal.. ......:"s.,0, fIC. '." .o.r'4eca. .'
J. dollars; the
-' thousand the said outjrespectiTcI: l.in saws : : .t" r
:. C ."all c: ilJ.p.tio. on the. days heretofore provided Il J litc'ab.I. .
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: 'ifihe gfaarticle. nd others]I'" BtrenuousiV ijitupo$1ndern: of jul\ce'uk: a part ;of ibw fund r true A' 'inst hinhatAC'h4I. sfrien .ir wurrci :.ot"

if have adopted impression:* without I pit ty" for,claims' in which .ciT in- for the losses in Florida. Ikit' as fIg declared. Here then is the decision. these inquiries,as under exittin& circua- :

xaminatioa *till which are eTposiliwi had ncVer.be n.solicit i tin U. S. bate alreidy given an e- of aii impartial writer, whose, authority is ,stances may be ezpediatiib.ndotph "
any moved that the
recognized by all nations. And by his ,I'M. Senate
more stubborn. ,ahdJBnyicJding. ed, ilJWliftf that ,the interposiUOB qulvaJent' for t)1etCelalms, it U.ta decision-Ahe U.. S..' are bound only by new proceed to their consideration. -

t ban opinions deduced from the mSpatiri; :wrnmeni' .m $ press for payment' a ,Ie- their own words; or; which \kstheume, Mr. Holmes observed that he did not

clearest demonstrations. 1 shall had $eea<'filleted', invregard'.to the cqndiitme.Spsia:: ,Wehire( *Uead3f paid ,:Sythc American copy ofthe; treaty. as desire the consideration of them at present .

; in this coinmunicattunjmttempt to; claims'6(1812'.and'Uj andMbey ,"let her ihenif those .'to ,the''clause in 'question i b"a *'promisingclause. ; and they were accordingly, as tae
4 I Are any disposed still to cavil ? rule of the Senate prescribes laid on the .
it due/andUv born the
how, froia' the .trcat *l.itself &udF: are expressly, therefore, *relinqiiishtd'qyibe I whom ;ia ; w Erase the .;&zfe, from U)& ..American. table till ,to-morrow. .' .. .
ffm"4'iti. Gn'c- ,ions f. raosf"ofyr ..treaty I isVound: :tomake-sansfaction.. copy,of'Ihe treaty; 'and the same, construction JJr..Bandolpb then offered*.series cj

thi' wh1&ve written. tht But, as if this were' not already I W.: ietiO tThc clause of remain*,;or a part of the 9th ar- c counteMesohitiona wbicWWvercle .n.
.ia itjsct; t itt, !! t: 8.i .clear.enough,and}lest,some misunderstanding tbe fttbUclerbcb' operates as tide is nonsense,,and the words *%Can ,"1 b test evening to obtiThy' at : _

a.1-auci nLcsidCiitfl1&t1t: was might arise, on an exception to the general rely are worse thanuomeaning-they are-*disr' however in general ternn, that tit: b isotnecajMary .

&c what had b twice', 'linquishroent: of claims by Spain. respectful and insulting. to iftAke anjr'fu ther ,'fovjsion

notYhe intension of the'to.Dtract. already
ing parlies in!tbV treaty tojnclude the third paragraph, above While tbis.claase has been a fruitful ught to convince \.most sceptical. It resolutions,:and that it ia inconsistent .

L p.4. ,the losses of 1812 and '14 ; and quoted ;*'as inserted from theme criticism, its trite ira- i is that the Spanish Government has,giv? with the privileges and rights of toe

: that tbe construction' i'en to the Xlrem'caution.. '" The high contacting port has I believe_ been 'overlook en the same. construction to the 9th article States, to vest in the Vice President the i

9\h successive parties, rtsjitttively, re-. ed. -It should be taken in connec- of the treaty; that our Government' power to call a member'to. orde *?Mr.
articje two
by our
: with clauses in i has given.. This proves, that, both the Randolph commented, as he proceeded
lion ,
.administrations, U correct, agrees| ncwith call cluim to indemnities forany preceding contracting parties understood the articlein oaIhe several resolutions and when, he

*.p ./ the construction given the \ of the RECENT .EVENTS & .. IN such a manner ,as to preserve afar \ question to mean the same'thing. And came,to the seventh propo or43p .en-

eame article by the Spanish 'cabi THE' tLORIDAS/'. as possible import of all; vdio.i..interested enough to contend for a quire.how far it is consistent with,tne dignity ; ,

It willthen j justify the construetion construction, which neither of the parties of,the Senate to allow disrespect11languageto '
r and ia the .mutual
net, ,only' construction Here is a relinquishment -
U4he I i ,a invited into the
contract acknowledge The stranger
it pepartmentqf [
which will+ preserve* all.theIaith'I of all claims for the recent ,given : by our government Foreign Affairs in Spain, in a Senate he remarked tbat be presumedthis

ca., of. Ibat article onsiateut.witii I events and transactions of their <' JheU.&witlcaUle. \ satisfaction I letter pf instruction to the ,Spanish minister had allusion _to .some observations

kk: each other and with "common' I respective commanders and officers *D bt made for, injuries. IF .IfNY I i -at,Washington, concerning the claim I made bv.himself,the other day when. the

aenseY: If,. succeed in this, I pre ( in theFloridas ;" and unless which, by /iroortt. of law sAn!! be of Valv rde for losses at Pensacola l in I i editoror the Boston Cent'uielwas in. the
established 5Tc. Let it be re- 1818, inserted the foUowing memorable' lobby. SS
sume no one,will contend, that the it were limited by a subsequent: I .
: Friday May. V*
: ttfet tie was passage
membered treaty
United States should' pay claims exception: would embrace every ":,k, Majety beinginformed't/ttet mejn- Mr. HartUon offered a r ResoJu.tion'to. -

relinquished by Spain, and which possible claim in Florida. T signed in lh commencement ofthe rial hat ordered me fintlruct, your excellency prolong the-session.fif both :Houses of

t Spain never expects or tasks the parties to this relinquishment intended year 1819land it is impossible,, : to.tupport.the application, 'IlZ/cl Yattcrde Congress until Thursday next whico..was
: # that claims fbf losses which had I i ioccurred. to. .
United States. to' pay., > to relinquish jom \biog-r may make Ulhatgovernment fir th? agreed

T'iegovetnneflti o!the U. They did not insert this paragraph in 118, about liX months, merchandize ch vat vnjMilyconfiscated; Mouse J Re73eflLTe9..
S'i before the was signed, could I by theving, thaithit, although 'anterior to. 6t&
I and Spain' hud each claims on n the treaty, as having no meaning treaty Saturday, May. .
the ,
tb'f date of tAe 22d February 1819, is not, i Mr White of Florida mod to
the amend
have been made known to
other for i ti dethtit. Mot and force As .
} ,. binding tier can 6e included in the,general renunciation. the bill authorizing the building of
these claims had been of long il relates specially to the receDtevents' Spanish government, and throughit I IB the.5th paragraph of the 9th article &Cr by inserting provision fur

: c- .standing f.tat'Yarip s times.had': and transactions in the to the Spanish Minister atWashington. of the treaty t inasmuch .a, _the interpontitnofhit a light-house at the mouth of tbe Appi .

.. .. been urgently pressed: on the aVA Florida," U is worth while to 'Now as all claims dlajetiy government, ,or of hu, lachicola river, on the coast of FloridaV

; l.JU u 'C: IIp' n. t bIUJl3 1 H t'them. : -. ". A_." u. s tTift 1R\rlq U1 e i'representative-' -' .- :in._-that. -country-.-- -..-wa_never-Le., which he supported ,by various 'state_.t-

treaty ofK9 1 \ .was, in'.cnded.as a 'The A relinquished it would seem to follow racterittici.ttipulalcd'in_ she article." In answer-D------to,a question .by.Mr. 5-'
treaty was signed 22d.-Fcb.. .Here is ,solemn A11e14.
final 1 i: : the
setlleroen :of these ciaime.Accordingly1 a. recognition by
1819 and previous to thaTdate l that these only, which weie Spanish cabinet,, that the renunciation,, of Mass: it was- atated. that ,this subject
the 9th article had been before the
commences i- unknown at the of the, mentioned in Comimttee Commerce
there had been military events andtransactions signing treaty the fifth paragraph, was intended
but it
'S ,
with a declaration of thTfc.intention was proper not to
but which to include
were supposed does U1clude'aU'I
in Florida in which possible recommend
an for it
appropriation at tMs
and with \ claims ia
progresses the U. S. were implicated in the were intended to be excepted which the interposition of his time,because there was a deficiency of
: .' general renunciation by each Majesty government had been solicited
par from the general relinq ish- information as to the beat site.
years 1812-14 and
18. These
ty, to..all 'claims,for indemnity u p might all have been termed recent ment. Hence the propriety of the chumsfor And i it has 1812 before and'14.beenshewn were known* that-to-the the: I Mr. White explained! that this am ndmen'd -

to the 22d February 1819 -theof words "did not relate to the same point
-tW" in this clause' Spanish Government and \
tate events. And, as has b en.he'wft that its inter- which was introduced. by resolution
the The to
treaty. first and .
sV before, the claims for the which clearly expresses a doubtwhether position had been claimed concerning;I. the Committee.. It as left to the Secretary
latter parts gf the 9th'article of them, that the minister in the U. S. did
such losses I
two former periods at least, bad- existed or of the Treasury to fix on the point for
I 1:5: .t the \treaty'are all that touch the been.made known to the Spanish not If the Spanish minister hadintended negotiate about them. and eventually,did its erection.
:' present subject and in the following I. relinquish them. The foregoing letter f'F Some in
are Government and the (J. S. ,should for instruction : observations, addition were-
pay '
words : were relinquished implies,:that most ofthe claims made by,Messrs. 'Buch and
i by the in the losses of 1812 and *14, would I Florida are relinquirheo the Titmlin-
4t-The two* treaty general terms(, by.using son, when:the amendment was rejected.
high contracting- and he have Inserted in the words "generalrenunciation '! in reference
I now again relinquished by: treaty' ,Mr. .Livingston' moved to.amend the
lies, animated bc. respectively re- clauses of and to the 5th paragraph of.the 9th art. bill '
5- particular deSlgnat cn. Did not general special re by inserting provision for a light on
It also
; nounce all claims for damages or Spain intend to relinquish these l linquhhmetit \, or concerning their the that the interposition of Sambo Key, on the coast of Florida. He '
S injuries,which they, themselves, a S Spanish government or minister in explained, that by a law two
'well their claims Why then did her minister very existence, wo aid he Have used this claim of,Valverde, .had 'never- been ,the erection ofa passed years', ,
a respective citizens ago lighthouse was authorized

relinquish them by generaland 1 terms of doubt,especially afterhe claimed. The Spanish cabinet then recognize but it had been erected
sind 'S on
subjects have Key-
may suffered' particular description, and bad treated with our 'government the fifth paragraph as binding on West where it was comparatively useless.
'U1Jllllhe time of signing this trca thel part, as baying sense and .
why did the Spanish government concerning them 1Vuuld I The proposition to amend was resisted
: worth
,..ty. ratify the treaty f It is worthy of he have suffered the American ( the preservation, if whichwould .not be by Mr. Tomlinson and Mr. Newton and
5/A. (l The renunciation Iii case, the U. S."Nele to pay the was then withdrawn
of Mr.
a remark that the word Floridaa" u minister lo have used terms ot I claims of 1812 and '141' by Livingston.
Catholic Majesty, extends finally! -JtFm-ni/nif.f.., .JtfirfM. fl_
is used in this paragraph. The doubt and disbelief ? Certainly, I have examined the 9th article of the Mr. Coeke from the --

L'. t to ho all c' i.m8,of subject* of his Ca- events and transactions of 1812 L ie : would, ,ito". Both ,ministers I treaty, by applying to ittlie most approved Indian Affairs;; reported. a Committee'on bill 'from the '
t lie \
Jtfajcsiy' upon the Govern{ were confined wholly' to East Florida understood at the time of writing rules interpretation; .aud. the result Senate, to ,aid certain Indians,,'of tbe''j _
lb ment of United States, in which corresponds with the construction,which rek Nation Amoving to the West
and the of
and signing that the U
those of 1814 to West treaty, both the contra "
parties have
.5 interposition of his Catiolic"Majt'tY given the Mississippi without amendment
Florida. Here then is should make compensation for i it. I have
: a perfect examined it as an abstract the bill wan committed.. .
8 government has been soiicited coincidence between the languageof t losses "IF' A.NYwhicb might question* without reference tt policy or S ,
I before the date of this treaty,, the treaty and the facts,as both : have occurred in 181&, and which i interest, which, I fear, cannot be said by Mr*MTean, a?. Ohio from the CommittecJnIndian #
or which may have been made to t the advocates fur a different reading..
parties understood' them to exist not then have been known to Affairs reported a 'billesbhliabirig
I : the department' foreign affairsof them. Otherwise U They make claims and demands on..our, the bouxdaryline, between
the words
the & if
events transactions
; his. here government,which Spain has never made,' the Florida Indians and
Majesty, or to hi* Minister the United State,
meant occurred in botb ann', would have been impertinent and never will make. is
in the U. S." the Flori It not, then, a ia the"erritory of/Florida which'
; was
} : .
I das. Claims for these periods are and insu1inkat conveying a question between the two governments, read twice and ordered tb bd
; ; And the high contracting parties -, then mutually relinquished. What doubt of the existence 'of claims but between the agents claimants, and I and read a third time. TbefoHowinglcf engrossed
. respectively,renounce all claimto i our treasury. Interest,can not only blindpureyes&ut ters
which had been companied
other claims,exist, except those in the subject of the report :
indemnities, for any of the re- 1818 ? Are the U. S. implicated ,, compliint by the Spanish govern i injustice. even.make Us clamorous General Land-Office;May th 1826.
.tent events or transactions SIB: I return the resolution
oft/ic S you of theV
in ment. And otherwi.e the words
' any events and transactions ,
House or '
c respective commanders and officersin :, tog ther wits
: the Flotidat." : in Florida No ; no other any, would have conveyed a 4'L- 111 a copy of a' survey of the lands reserved

X<. claims have ever been set up, no : disbelief of losses, by the events :S CNGlt.E SSIOMA. for the Indiana in Florida, which survey

The U. S. will cause satisfaction other are known. But. it is said and transactions of their respective was returned to thc'Department of War.
5- -
I to be m&idefor the injuries, IF .the U. S. should pay the claims of commanders and officers in IN THE ,.SENATE. by Col Gadsden. No surreys of the public' -

: .: 41vr, which, by process of law* 1812 and '14, inasmuch as the the FK>riclas'r which hrd been admitted Saturday My; '13, 1826. tbe lands lands having yet been made,adjacent; to
reserved for the
lIhal'-6e fstabttshed to have& been The bill for the relief Indians I amubJe.
both ,
losses were occasioned by the A. by parties, and mu Jpseph Shemo ,from official information
any in
suffered by the Spanish officers, tually. in anfl the bill for the relief of'Wa..Hambly my
merican armies. But Spain has relinquished the preceding and E. possession,to give information as to the.
and Doyle were PASSED,' .:'
! individual Spanish inhabitants :.
olause. And if quality of the.land
;relinquished them in consideration any other*construction reserved 'for the usa
i.; _. by'Ihe 'late operations of the American 'flurlddy.3fag 18. of the, Indians From .
general inform
'S of the relinquishment of the were admitted, the re.linquishmentby Mr. Holmes ros to offer'resolution '
army-in Florida U. S. fur..Jo&Sel' in which he had time deemed' tion, it is believed to be a barren district
; for the breach of Spain the two some necessary of land and

In the construction of contracts; neutrality by Sp in. Shall the U. preceding clauses would be nugatory the ,as well for his own sake aa for that of rior.of the, 'country.lying altogether The Indians in the are inte cutoff
f the sense.of evej y. part, if:possible, .S.relin! uuti:.theirju,t claims,and. and. surplnssage. But, by the rendered.something Existing circumstances had ; in a great'measure,from a due. supply

is to be preserved, and they should! .their.paf'therclainia of Spain, ronrtruciioft" contend for, the' Considering oftbe.kin4 the;pKajQr, indispensable. r at. this-. of fish an4 oysters. .

r be construed as both, .parties uo".' :which she has; relinquished There former clauses are preserved. entire stage of the sessldn, he should not,t: this With great respect, lam, &.c. '

dtrstood them .,t tlje time 'of ,con: U no justice or equity in this de and consistent, and the language time u ;e upon the Senate\ the consideration -,. '- S Geo. Graham.Geo t

I tracting. And-these rules! 'not only .. ,mand. People seem to forget in. of the whole, as.was intended of'the 'resolution. .He propably ;'J..Cockc,.H. of Representatives.Dtf .
b with the'doctrine of and should not trouble the Senate,with U during -, -.
agree legal: i their'eagerness for justice, that re- understood to be, is decorous .
the present session.v But .
; but also moral,writer8, and are alike ciprocafEc should and This result in at.an carry ; AHTMSITT Or W.u ,)
equal justice he proper. corresponds day_ the. next,he should. take, becasloa' .
applicable to treaties between rend r d. with the known *10. 'u Oceo JndianMair.'Ma'l/7.1B26.'(
They seem forget also rules of urge u upon,consiaerauon,:with a seriousness '
w, nations, and the private contracts tit! Florida was the point, where interpretatioa, as laid down by the which r'itsMmportance and,the leUerfromGe S Sia : I have'received, Graham morning'ft a

i. 4, ,individuals. The first. paragraph by inexcusable breach .of neu.Ira.lityour.enemiellendezouaed- most approved writers Treaties well public feeling. might demand. lie .was missioner, rge General Land, Esq.Office Com.to .

,. quoted above, is clearly a like other contracts' should he' so and was aware prepared\yhat.ho for the had event.undertaken, which he encloses.a copy ,of the resolution .

; ''relinquisJIfQent of all claims, I byof armed, and'excited the savages against construed as to preserve, if po..i- Mr. H. then>, cad.the resolution, in his ofthe Hon. Mr. 'Vinton Of the '13th

:- 'both.nations, up to 'the time our defenceless frontiers ; ble, every part and clause ; for cay place, and remarked that he did not. now- ult. and-conyeytyour, request to me' to

Btgnjog' the" treaty. 'The. second that the British not only held the the writers on this subject, it is ask fonts consideration furnish'you have 'with any infonution, I :may
the of
relating object the retold-
paragraph is as clsarly a relin Spanish forts here ,in possession, not probable, that':nations would pointed JReaolvedt to That a. committee' bet''ap. tion. .

',quibhment' of,all- 'claims. ,, in behalf but built within this Territory new solemnly and deliberately,- --, -intrt---, tions ef the report Senate such, .irnay,rules be and ei reguUu The object of the Resolution is to ajcer- .

&: 5.5 ." S. 01 apamsn suujects,. which were' ones, where was deposited -arms--- p-, senseless jargon in their, treaties, 1. To require.the President.ofthe edient.' Se. tain what Legislative provision i is necessary '
'I\ : : .known ;o the Spanish' government ammunition and stores for the In but would rather intend something nate" tacall member' to order, and decide to secure'tu tl.e Florida Indians a ,

'q::: itoiitsMinister,1n the .LS. up diana and fugitive slaves ; ,that of moment, by every part. But,if all.questions; of order, iubject to 'appfal sufficient their supportlean quantity; of good- tillable' land. for. -

S to the time of signing the :reat this breach of my construction is not tojhe Senate.. .J .
I neutrality cost the cprrect, the 2. To make : only state for the Information of
' "f::'.,, Now, .if the claims\ to' losses in U. S. a hundred times more money 9h article is inconsistent" with .itself. vent any'.member further.'proVISlon.to from pre' the Committee,that the_original limits, assigned

Iii .1812 and'14 b' a been made known to, drive out ,the enemy, reduce the' member, speaking., .interrupting' a., to those Indians, have been i pro;

It tto, the! SpanisVgovcrnment! or minister savages and protect our frontier But it has been* .said ." that the I 3.To provide' that ,no member .shall pounced to tic inadequate to their sup.

t I'. #. iq the U. S.preious to that than all the .claims .,in Florid,. word note9 ia.a'n: 'interpolation indulge i in rtmarknorin/debatt,. previous visions port ; and of the that, pursuance of""the' pro,*
to Treaty; extensions of the
;. ':: date 1tbC.D. are' 'these _claims 'relinquished Was not Spain bound to repay in the American copy oC.tor treaty til such.submittIng.roembef a motion shall hare or tesolutiori read, Ch'mo'-., un- northern line have'been ,ordered j but

.. ,. by the! express.provisions tbes *expenses ? The plea, thatwn.bie ,"' meaning, no doubt, that it is a tion or'resolution,in his place. that,.unless.what is called the Eig.Sva.vpias

; ., t ;, : .rq ted, *bove..r sjif; ; _to "preserve hen Iran;mifla froej. the Spanish 4." To mike:further prpviaioHs :to ijfe ( well a*the Big.HaomQC .
t. ,i .MId 'how. taadt thieact> ; : copy. "Vent 5 which th abe .calX
: : : The neutrA1itywiLl not avail tieri if Sis ia: sweeping 'esaumpsUn, memTTersfrpnf ip akingjndecor6: ukra in ,fie mafe iorferm se

,- ', Report.of the'comrnittce: of Con true,:which..by'.:he bye is not. ,ad.. but, unfortunately for ..those interested ly. '4.or.'To e8pectfl1llrof..prohibit ; tbttmembers reWiUn', t be a iiffs intqusntii

"greas. tat"'t.hatjbe' tr&nsactioni4in'Florida mitted. If it were true it may be it: is, not she: fact.' The D( member of any theKouaVof member from,charg.a .ty of C09.,.tilJab1ed.foUJ< support

I formed a part of complicated ,a good pl=a,;in, a moral' paint of treaty; :pas written and signed :at with a crime! ofoffettcdi Jlepresentauyes and acco u odatiQQ.O ..,emigrants.

: Be Ii otiations, with Spain j$ view, but not' .In'ft:political., ,Portugal I Washington, andwas, proposed in 6. To inquire.whether. is'proper 'Thi tIed*:big Swamp,the Induns having! scrtf .
it the
Pc br a member upon : being
i: and most < the advocates of' the' 'considered the alibutd chaigenyoccrCfth .
.herself .bound .English ,
to language and tranilaledipior inxiousv to extend tGthSlII '
$ ; ) all'the'ac- :
f. with
claimani.:drair ibtit the inter. for government ;an.tmpeachable ofience.T .- .
> < pay tne .prime armed .t Spanish But cOBjmjjdation 'ro:tri has beea"
' ship 4* To. power .
: c' ihqujr c .
,?. :Tcrpnce of' the Spanish government'bad'Neb "Gen... Armstrong, because she corresponding. .copies' *ere,:made witli Uie;dignity':loj.tjie ,:Senate,:to' ,ajtow, granted to emror..tho tune bein?;not_ aa. .
y. : .jolicited aad that the could not both : matter Of rightrbutaccomOTodat 00.-.
protect that ship from in :languages/before, diietfuIhn1et. a iovU
signing stranrer
i It.
: "
h'' fiuh ,Minister at< \VwhinglQQiegdtute the :British Beet,.after;ahe hadcx.t ,it follows,. that-both copies.:are :briginaUi -' t d.ut Senate..to..( v ?' ,' embrace is believed'thisadditimwViin that liner ,6 dravo loiiItl:.j '

: : \. "(Ql concerning;'them.vHler tbe'haroor'oC'F ya). .vAnd, 'let u-ee under 1\ -Tfl.enquire hoftr_ ,.and in,what cs.' eaw'.'; of; .

:' .iwer the algliaftere <3tfJu* .Le -Sp..iJ the'U.''S. this ,statil offtcts: :: .I I ses'. :it. ought,to be,permitted to :a 'niember 'Whnvu: .l : ; -'Bi'.ii.good-till.abWhcdibbtS:..t:. .. .
"I pay ..for' ,the ,Jay wbictt: copy to>peafe4di re pectfullforSe'Bead,. .L' i'iIt': .WI"_ ,01.L. '-. .. W. I. .
.,. :.ridlcusiu the, 'East.Fiqri dP. expences' of two severe campaigns the Americaa 'government; \it 9.:To i.f"u nt-W.li th fb.the'.eisthig'( .t'WG-C8RN':" '" ? .I.WtJ' .' ." ,'' ,. S'

".& lmirt; this a frd!;..,. 1d. d 1ht 'against the'"Indians i the'expense bound., :- .' 4' tulesaper 1iDhi1 sgtittOftai'i' .:', ==.:4.. f". .1,. ... ., .

'it' beaptnniisftd I.Jj l\II I" tt of 4 wiog,out,the 'British, .and' Indians Vattel, an''eminent :French- writer-n' 'or '_" .,., :. .. I'Cs :. .:. Ithli '_ "'fl 4... 'S.'Iet1 .
the laws of oationa in hi : 1c bbs'orwbian' .1. ., .
ly. upon'i e !1 k ; Tro'raPensacola, of'reducing 'chapter on the : : "8iMuJ.. f Stbap.b4
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V ; P'In*4dition., ,t the ..urigitlu. .iJ ritbii! $p$ e ,. .*. -,*-. 1+ 0 .A ,. 'I'. ;fi .. ', .;,. .' ,. ._' ti/ ; .
e. 'fiL A 1 ant tIi .'f'. .t i d4 l.
'jt1d; the.est DI' e nurtt'U ) ..gJtcd.alPCDs 'P 'O; '. ,.r r..ii' -- '
the.'pe1aat. ings of a p1blic.e -. .2'eJ, ;- ., 1fl .., t : ,. "t51Mt''r' of'1Iai::' '
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30th 0 Jtli I :
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ern. :olaoD: the "t .. .
I deat. -
be '.fcc. 'SI dril GGy .
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j have the honor to ? i.'t' I ora 5t. i\i'. .
have'at'length it seems, .BI U.a.J ; hi I. if.. ,., .M
P '1 'irt f w 'rII'
McKenney. i9 wlqjss4jpuh: .
-I: .)o44efl A D. ,'
sub' r I' .01. : 4. 't
in earnest the If. person male fequle .in. Florida : I "'l
taken 'good any or : .
: Wednetdoy, May 10. of West Florida to pr elsewhere.lh Ulcf .'. R l,L. 'f..1 te t 'i{ t,9 !e !, \I et; #, 4i.bJmija.. J lii' r

The following bills\ were read I ject the Slate uniting Alabama.l The' meeting 'acted witLeithet."meIcAc7,5t1espleefl. & .. !r1n!gr ,r tf'.J'e!!) J' ls e'lWUk i..oi Ji E'q: '

third time andrAsstD.Authoriziug / understand respectablyattended .,weJhraktjh.Mjhe._.__ (- iiJ&i; tJi 1.. m.... -Itf..ai. 0.; #"e.-... .:;)1 f..e..1i'ridet' o&. cAit'e.,_, -_ ; .'
the s settlement ofacccOUfltt we was tery .. use legislative .'.phraseopgy)<..wiusn'infalUbte \\% i :'ra1D1t."hach 'j4esrned .I'r.OSJ Zi -4. SCbr.Jt4td ties iuto .
of H. M. Brackenridge. and the resolutions 'cure ftrtbcfte dircfutdiie' :brabimjiuic.'tbousun.h.c !, $ si 1 ?: !: i- 5
1.1 1'i
iiqani- es of tbemindbytca two;
it ars passed ) ngtp geor .
app tlie
.in latratuclt jUose 4.
To .confirm certain claims) otirsUtute< booi/'particularly" in the troops : U.-s. 'i C .C.t1t''oJa.iai

4n .F1o ri.4a. JJPubUthcd mously' and itls said large, majority lilUc.paraphlet' cooteining: tjj&l tt* &ss;j .1 '* /'. >. *>. !&::.y!&?,; # :-', l k s ( r iZe J

jrlattJ ., of the citizens of. the Territory i cdiLt the last session 'of tim, egisatTfe I !'''' )Frfa the.WaU ..t'\,,; .' ,"'h
in favor of the 1 % ft '
are measure. Council. W' are informedth.at tiL&i.mBrlst4hasbe 4 ii S
the '..boundary.lineeh'etn v: ; .f 4RR1FD. 3ZI' QR '
Estabhshipg, When we take into consideration, This benign remedy may.be Sat:applied n appointel,91. '.t he .. f At NewYorkGenl. si. T ST .

the Florida Indians and how remote 'must be: the prospect ,to ail claaes, to each sex, and ,.II :f Gibyjd with:t'b ,.advice. J. MCgna,1F'raMerla 2&'itaj'Sch.2L .'s
the United States. caableofrdithcEngLislanguage. : -- iv .
independent every age : .
Floridawill become
that an -
1 an-conseatoJJhe,Senate,,, '..beDis :
11. days. .
May 0:1'
Thurtday .1". 'E
Mr. Newton of Virginia, from.tbe 'Slate, and the many inconveniences It is well Duiwn'ttiat those diseases' are.1 rctJ g ;J.EtheJistrkCojtConh'c : .".oh1,. -i'ii' I, ."'.'. 'ao, : f rt

Committee Commerce that must) in, \the speedily & effectually cired'by;iaiyfA/tfri I < cujf in'the, ; place of"Pier i | ;,," 1% .r 'Iq!00}"." 13;
on time result to the inhabitants and wed fycven iferacfiu himself'were warcts. epeased V ':
mean pjou'tvEd. ,. r ,v f' 4 FaZmqut A4j'U 1'T f' II .
the bill to
made a report'on remove 'of West Florida 'uutfer a he.how upon earthto r str bis. risible '. viIhanttrawfoa.bas in .id S ; \t' 1
IHte :
*ywasafcts &smtoti
from the harbour .
obstructions muscles, on theperusalof almost. one '
of Mobile, recommending territorial g vernme |,/here ,;can oflKeVets of our Legistaiive! Gonncil.There any. manner,.been.. ., appointed 'DjstrictJudge $% It14,5f tfo7* 2fiNi 7

the of the bill scarcely be a:doubt :pT the policyon is such a marrellous display 'of for.th'e District of Mhama l with.1be AraoirPalmer, frera;: N.-.

postponement their part, of un1thig. hat Territory i rds.without: meaninr, sense" or grammar in the place'( lsr& Pitkens,'';decliced. .Yorkffor.Antwerp.-.the master. '
the next session Congress .
: to. this State* In -consequence ; such sublime oblcurity of expression .(wy*** ))'ia. A C\ea 1 beensflt1e .
j .
which was committed.Mr. t such darkness visible," to'use the ..;, &_. f' M'
of their geographical position . :. r.!. waibed. y r.Qoardt.Nand.,
Owen, of Alabama, moved I&ngiiage of Mlton ; aich clashing and : : ,
there"never can be union From the East FknJa XrrabL" '
to recommit to the Committee i confusion in the .varioui provisions of the .killed.. /Almost. everyjhin .
thernemorial of ottnterests between the east and laws ; such a proud deiance of the constitution SERUS a correspondent 'of the off deck* atid the'im3c1qhe .
the Judiciary
of Mobile, relative to ihe improvement west, and'under one government, and laws of tie, United'States ; Pentacola Gazette, has addressed crew Disabled.! Put :3 men 'on_d 5 .'

city there will always be an unpleasant so much self-conceit t .such bold and ludicrous the.people of West Florida, 'on the .to''orjng.!h&ibpoiL.Xht .-* .
of that hara! which the settled : /
; clashing* it seemS fo have been innovations upon subject of a union' with Alabama .J- rr' f..

was Mr.agreed Taylor to., of Va.' .'moved designed by,nathre. that. th'e cdun.'l'y such principles lofty and of morals windy pretensions and jurisprudence to learn He says "and whether taking'into : :9'I.. NOPflCE" ... '-,. '!:'"._ .. .lSJ 'N,'i

take the west of Appalachicola, should ing and wisdom,that the humours' of, Sir consideration the manner in which "ctpyILL b '!p atr. b1ic Veft uet st ,.

up report made some, be attached to the State, of Alabama. John ; lta.ff. as exhibited in the wit and you have hitherto been, governed, 'lJ.;'\ A ,6hStbre:_ nf*-|{ niy:.Mi* : .

since by the Committee on Agriculture The entire population, of. geilius ot Xhaketpeare,fall infinitely) short it is not more for your intent* to c1e1et, 6nr5atnrd ythe(24th' *J7'or Jtsq ) .-
relative to the raising affording- equal food for mirth and ri. unite instant,,at 10 o'clock A.M. n4ry articles'
Florida, it is. suppoed by those I yourselves with a greAt and .
silk-worms and the following"re ( dicule.. 01'unit3ir' ndWearing1-
y. acquainted with tne subject, desnot flourishing .tate.}of the union 1 ftgii :tfo ,of C lFJohn'Ajre1be Miller> ;
solution, ffith which the to port Pemocritua. thejEttite ,
exceed 10,000, notwithstanding to linger out an. indefinite. period late oftbtcitde. :j d.'* **-*- '- '- :"Aiott.. .
concludes, was agreed to:. III o t, 1t Territorial -. >* .
% .the "arl u tatemeDt8 to the servitude/ : r
Revived, That the Secretary ." Jiw-York, .4fa'1K -- .
contrary, nor is it increasing. We We shall reserve our opiniotfof -".- ,'. ". "ffjiSg'a i
of the Treasury to be La Plata ttVv the
cause 'From By
prepared may hereafter. attempt to show, the policy of the measure, add object PCnac l .j fU
Manual Salem which left Ba-
well-digested Panther
a at 1'
at the advantages to the sufficiencof' the Tea
more ngtU,
cbntfeihirig the best 'practical information hia April 2d, intelligence from r- ,, 'NOT1 & "L ? S
: that would result to West Florida son intimated in the-above extract.If .
that 'can be. collected. the River Plate to the 9th March L"ETTEl Tct ,on the ettatbxcio .
to be united to Alabama. Should therehas been a maladminis Lwj Pi no deceased
on the growth and 'manufacture the contemplated union be propos. is received. It appeared tnat on tration of affairs the people of havingeengrintedtcth.Wbscriber.b/*

silk, adapted to the difTerevnt'part6of ed by West Florida, there proba- the 3d of February, an undecisive 'West Florida are not more affectedby the Countj-Court.of Eicarabia, Countyf; .. -

the Union, containing bably will be but one opinion in action was fought between' the it than the middle and 'eastern all.persohat having demacds again facts and observations estate are requested to the
in. Brazilian and Buenos Ayrean resent same
of sections. The interests of the
Alabama of the expediency accepting
the and 'manufacture.of immediately' and th indebted are dc>
lo growth Squadron, and that about the 27th ._
it. people we contend will always sired'to ,
pre make payment toPensacob ,t ,
silk oih 4If1thereeistea
in countries '
as of the same month, another. and I .
I vail. .
be useful and that' even a remojeHope,4that'Florida"would By. Mkb. et. .
interesting, very sanguinary conflict took '
one "day .
same be laid before' Congress' become a State if not divided, it place, in which the Brazilianswere From the Mo ite'Co'nvnerciol Rtgittcr. ,June 16tn, 12616-8t-Executor. i .
the commencement of the next session. defeated with the lass of \
a It is understood from numberof
be of
might perhaps wortfiy con United S tales'of Amenca
v .. and ,.
steam vessel, one brig, one respectable sources that our
sideration whether it would not ,
Mondaylhay 15. be good policy, to await that event, ship (the Taporica) was driven on old aggressor, J addy Scott(Alias) District of West plo a.8i6 ."

'Mr. White, of Florida offered shore. It stated that the a'libe1hAthbeeifiIed id ,
was Hugh G/af and Smiley hovering WHEREAS
for the purppse of preserving or are Court'
tbe United
'the foJlowing'resolution: of the river could be o{ :
acquiring a southern influence in not : in and around pur Bay, and States for West Florida, on the 14th Uyof ..

Resolved That, the Secretary the Senate of the United Stat s.-. maintained, and that the American has for some lime past made Foul June, 1826, by 'Hubert Mitchell Esq. .

S *of War be directed tb'coram'unicate Such hope,however, we, suspect and British Ministers at Buenos River his rendezvous, with sloop Collector of the Customs for the Port and -

to this House the correspond"ence rests mete shadow. Ayres had promulgated their o- Boat, called the John Fowler, District of Pensacola against a: CMtaia Jo
on a
witb tile War 'Department schooner, without name,but:*by ,
its public somp
pinions inefficiency by armed with muskets Pistols and
'not beretofore'ca1led for The meeting wasattended by not mono called .the JuptttrJ her cargd.'tackl ev
by reso.'Jutions than individual, and hesitate cot declaration. Several Men-of- Sabres-, all in1' good 'order. Is
fifty we
,. appareland }urniturc;stating-thattho.
of tliis House" bsequent. express the ,most perfect confidence War sailed from Rio, {among there not promptness. enough In said schooner was seized)*for a violation .-

.to the.second of "January, 1826, in it is only a .vjcat SMALL MIXOBITT of which' two frigafes! ) ,oi. .receiving the county, .to-ukc>such measures. of the revenue laws,'on the .:;'*.4 uAyq|' 4Penkcok

relation to the Fl rid .JndianL r'W thcitizensOf.thTcritoryr' even of.Pensacola the foregoing intelligence' to rein as will lead to-. the"capture' of so June, 1826,.within th .Diatrict ofMissi
'Turadag ''l1a'y 1"6.The..resol'uti who. are in. favor of. uniting sippi, J n' waters navigable from 'the-sea
force the Brazilian off
West Florida to the J3tate of Alabhrna.We .' Squadron vile a pirate as he.is known to be ? for vessels of ten tons, near.'Cat island;
offered '
yesterday by BO $.consider ,the prospect Monte Video, which was closely or shall! we suffer him to go at having commission. manifest, license .

by Mr. White' was agreed to., that Florida will become* !an independent invested on'the laud by the Patriot large, 'to and fro, seeking whom or papers of any description,, and .undejr _

.. Wcdjftday May 17. State ;o remote as.our.Mo.bie.brother I force. command of Andr Chafaun
.s. ', .' he may devour.{A later paperstates anql -t : .
Mr. Wright, from :'the um..o imagines, and the inconveniences that J-A National V Bank* bad .been established ,that Scott has been taken.}" was at the time and' place aforesaid, laf
must result the inhabitants of West '
tp deu Vith and
the. Judiciary. 'teported tIle Florida ulder" Territorial Government, at Buenos Ayres which .._- goods wares merchandize :
from'the foreign growth and manufacture, and
Senate '
to fix the we think it has been shown,will be in.no was calculated to sustain public Savannah, May 13.-General subject to. the payment duties. >

,and-place? pf holding the degree lessened by a union with Alaba. I credit, and facilitate the accumulation Scott and suite, of the United It is further staled. that afterwards, to ,

Courts of' the United Slates in ma. A union of interests between. East of revenue, and had already States'. arrived last wit : on the 5th pay*of June ih the present ;
'District of Florida. '; and the bilwas and West Florida has already taken place the ef army, evening yearthat the said schooner'"bv some
ordered to be 'engrossed far that.the latter Has disposition to produced most flattering from ,St. Augustine, in the sloop called the Jupiter", the said "Andre _

abandon the former and the .only un- fects. William, and we understand will Chafaun being the real or .

I. read a third lime' .to-morrow., ,. '. pleasant clashing that there..is danger of . LONDON, April- 19. proceed to New York. this day, h* master,'entered the Port and pretended Harbor of
7'bur8dayMcy> 18. existing,.i Is that which may be.excited by the fol- /
Miaailonghi.Ve copy the.ship Sav 'hn h. In the ',I p"illirim Pensacpla*:. the District of West ..
The committee t whom the gratuitous.discussion qf the'lsubject
; and in
tok lowing-from a morning 'paper. "'t9rid; .waters navigabtelromthe -'
\ ; also came
referred under consideration which, if.properly passenger, *
the several resolutions St.Anne*near Lepanto March 14. sea for vessels often tons, without com
understood, will not be attended with very Capt.,. Moqroe and his .
the House of Representatives has fallen. That company mission manifest, license or.papers of any a
.unpleasant ,. Florida of U. S. .
consequences k troop, transferred fromSt. kind, and being. laden .with..goodwares
darIng expediency of so..& contains already at lead 18,000 inhabitants heroic city, was. taken by.storm. on Augustine to this station. .and.merchandize, as above. 'atated. -

mending the. Constitution as and weare. ..l o"med by those bust acquainted (tie ..10tlQn the 8th 1.br him, the duties on' winch, not .having ,been

prevent the election of With the subject, that the population having been reinforced, b) '7000 __.*.- Georgian. paid or.secured.. .. b_ .
and Vice-Presidentfr exceeds 20,000 ; and it will need In"obedience.to the libel' antS '
m devolving arrived before above
the .
troops placean' -
something than the assertionof :
more mere ,. NORFOLK, May 17.Atoo 'i 'th6dcrandrnDnhiouofthecourtthgre. '
on &
Cogress-.flport :. .
an Alabama Editor to.cause a doubt again suinm&ned to surrender / The U. seal .
lliii .- S. Frigate .Ma oj /under the hand. arid thereof toTue
they haVe had the said resolutions that it is rapidly increasing, in the minds ,.. promising.Yavourable condi- edonian, -om. Biddle, bou d 'to directed tfnd delivered I do. ,:v' % .
under c n.sideration'but.have those who are in the Least acquainted tious', which being refused' .
with the We'should a sharp the.coast.of Brazil, was yesterday i' ,.hereby pive# JoUcerto '
not been able fis.t; be'glad to see
to.agrce upon affair took place, bCL result. of J&.
more at,.kntl., tub advantage*,tuat towed down; from the Navy. Yard all and ainguiar, evejjr.pe on .or 'per 'l- > ,
any BpeciBic plan for carrying in which, was. that he fell_ .Sack. On scjn* interested in the schooner '
would result. to.Weft .Florida, to be united I .to.the anchorage between the forts, ; said :tier
.10 effect the leading resolution un.der to.'Alabama" for we have not seen the 91.li he. returned with.20eOQ the Steamboat Norfolk. cargo, tackle,Apparel and ftirnilyire, Uut

which they have been appoint. any: yet pointed out -oh the contrary our men and, a formidable train of' artillery by they appear belore'the coon aforesaid ,aC ,

ed ; and they, therefore, ask to be last Gatette contained an exposition of] surrounding the town' The U.. S. ship Cyane, Capt. the Court Hpuso in eD cola,' at ..thetnext .
discharged from the. further many disadvantage to result from a dismembenrtent all sides.' Elliot, sailed from Rio Janeiro term' thereof, then and there,. ..tointerpose
consideration of our Territory.. The sentence 20th March for Montevideo. I their-claim for the same, and '

of the subject. .. which speaks the opinion in Alabama \Ve had only T,00ci'men to op. Beacon. make their allcgations'iii.that. behalf.YViiliam to _

oii'the subject must either be amis'print pose to him, and Jhosc worn out S .'_Sebree,. .

Pml1&D@I.a i or a slip of the'pen =-tlie Editor with fatigae> but all resolved to MARRIED, in this City,; ,on I '. ar.Aa'f. .4 5 -S

_. undoubtedly printed Mabama meant, and, Mobile, with this where amend it is conquer or die. At 12 o'clock the Thursday evening 15th icst. by *,- -,---' ,,?:-'11c"l6tb.i. f f &-&-16.--3Ur :

: SATURDAY, JUNB17i826.. mcnt we ..admit. it as correct,-Mobile enemy op ned a ,tremendous fire the Rev.,Mr. MaenhautDoct.: -4." \ .

.. probably; has But one 'opinion on 'the from 185 cannon arid 48 mortars; SRE CQMPTON to Miss, .ELVIRA .'.. /- ''' MarshaPa- < .. Salei. oJ""";, .. .

Veritf,an8pe"r.- I ICongrcsa..Jotb subject and the zeal of their Editor gives which continued,. without inter MERRIT VIRTUE .CoMPTOf. all ..ofPensacola TEN1
strength to the opinion, already But too missloD'tiU ten o'clock neitt thorn. *. V Aft HOB.' Hi M. Brackenridge, Judp.oTthetTnited .
Houses of Congress well that the A. 'States District Court ...
founded project originated Virtue ,; ,
ing when the walls Tfiit 16 Merit aBd ,thcDdctor'sallied
adjourned on the 22d ult with .llobilejbr the purpose of our annihilation becanaheapof 'District yVeat.JFloridvand agr.ecab1t''IIf ..
the House of Representatives hav r ruins. The: enemy' ; then vigorously i, tSfrould bevain, for.us'now to dispute i a monition issued by:we Clerk of. ifd; : '

ing refused to to the Reso We assure'the Editor that there does attackediiin ,fpUr direction "tor he onlv need point'tb His 'bldonding Court 'and to ine directed, I shall expo5e '

lution of agree exist a hojfe that Florida will One day, !, and,after two: hours fighting ybung.bride; to sate)and will sell.to the highest,:,old- J

the Senateto' prolong not very remote become a State'and,.hit forced their way 'into. thetown..; : : trike the, moat sce'ptical fTo mute 4 ; def forcox,on W d4 l'the .5tb.day,. .. .
session to the 25th. concluding paragraph will be considerec The conflict .- ; -i-Cr -U July next at the.Custom llouie, in the '
# so worthy considaration,that tlu outh. was now 'raging: in B., jufxt and .City of Pep cola,tbeis hoQner bykoD 1"I
shall.appear our ,.
It is 'with feelings of deep'regret em members of.tliek Senate of Uie United! in the 'most dreadful "f iin.- : The' I'caljedthe' Jtttfr.,"her:.cargo tickje,. ap-
that States.would never consent'the'anhei-- ..streets, were choked-with,the'dead we,shall be. pleased. at 'receivTfig'further .p&re1; .turniurnd boat.v the'.-i said 'Car-.. ..

*we refer$ ; our readers Mon 'fclierae, 'even .if advocated\ by,-. anu"wounded, whilst'the'blood,was' effusions. from ,the. 'same. -iSiIiiw.F < ':.J .Jr e-.;, ,. .Je- .

our ship .news, for an account West.Florida',and.Alabama.. Thei"shadowy running streams.. The .' source. .,. '. wi$e; rice,.paper,:: VN." : : .

the loss of Caj. :WTB' from IfoundaUoii Ced'bY' him,"under. ; slaughter ... - '.seized.' .br-tbo: Collector .o&A' '. ,. .
board.the Brig Amos 'Palmer.tapiatisWytf .- bur hope'of becoming i StateTmay in'ttie: of the,Turks was.:,excess*.ve,:;aseteryihouse S ..r' ; .J "f 1:-At ., t I S Or Ig th.P.;a t-ia .D fio -..WJ 'D.."._ :1 .. .-
'.was wei I1 ki,9.w B eqelfot&ndtbc"the only support of. :>:was, .a.:compleie ;forlrc -' : ::cola, .r f.: i. l&ticuQt'lhcn. 1 ',_"" "..
& : -
'the:ullx iVof.Fcosacola. and it;. the. friend* of.the Jfnj cxatt'o Quettion. s;,end the-ground UifWe
the.poiLofthe, 'bayonet" inch Ijy .
tcarctly I jpeceisary to add that' I '. '.. .f. '.. orttljelito day of Ji e,.13 6,against the ,, ,
was estecme'd t.; nd respected u :TaUahattee, and' St.:Jlugvttine l,ail.- incba our' gallant ..French" t Iun;' .". .g1 uld schooner,,her. ,caigp,tctle.appweJ* .. .5!". .

,all,'arid that we .,8 l c rtl" ,mo We. observe* by th .EutPJonda. Herald .. .ers did wonders. 'Thifc* .times I _- :: 4 ..- ,.. f rnitur .aad:bcei-- sale to. cocameac* ",
his of 9th.ult.-that'M jor PXA&CX and'Lit headed by:our'brave and UmentedSti Jr' 't : (le' at VdocllA.M, '. AJtv/V\# .%: -,-'
lou.. Wc/UBdcratand_ he SktTB have heeu app lnt Cdmniission* : . ,_ .f.1e. ., .. .l ,.-,..-?* % .j, xWuliaa- .Bebrf*"-, "
Aubyn h'
left widow with.iwo chitlren.gg .. by.the SecretAry:pf.W1dt"to iiwpec! r : theyp cSirgea'and' .:r--- : ', .- .. 'F. -... "i..' ; L. ;
-. ; \ the U;S.roid/rom that. city to"T Jhhs- .drove back:the}enemy with j reitlpOingft -i i. t NTEMS" j: .i ,- .' ., ,-..;- ,.r "f.. 2' .N."T.-.'.:,>": .'.

F/or'oJ"Canal.-Th- ''St. A% < sect 'We are glad to see thisy as it indu, : number prisoners,,' iune 1 i2tbScr1jnDyke"'mineWOIeans P12Mco14Juae.16t14.1826-.16-3LU< .t '.

guitin 'Herf d-of '$1010t /\ .a hope that a similar step may.be,ta> .but. in making fourth anct de ps-' i it Cargo,.'corn, "i"--. g' 1 ii ;V ir I'fA.I. :, '
May Q :'
forrn .Jf' ..Licut.'s HUGE kIithre; .to the rojuTfrom Fehsacoli -: rate:eckonr'gallant St r A byd, 'fldik'! : to;.QrdCr, : .- v, '.*< '
ftf to-TalUhAttee, .hj.ch'criseln wasabot: ,in'the :kstnd'died in Amelia. Or" 'ClaibO mt .. '. .
CAxLi jtntl', BBISBAHE, three. thejfwa'teES renders, almost,impassible.'e .-. : bt SchK' 4' ;Roach r ,*.**,- N. -. .. j .
the. jBeera* for"'surveyingrtheiaalf \} sptak from experiebce having':trayellcd my .arms, begging,me wilb I'Walatibreath Iaq.:' assorted'cargo, : ,,> VEO. ."n ; \ " i

FI inv that over a part'of it in :'Jntiary'arnI to,die, rather"thak field.vla : c.8Jr.To iriendir; Bcaavaia "D F. a M. 5'S
were .
l tofeeraL Citybd J. b"\itt: ;..h.b.nearIyI1th. fine ., ,the, meao!ttaae.the ,Qoteroor'd N.'OrlejiBS'i. assorted{carge.. *. ,} :, : x. 'r., -. 'J. '011 .... .(. _".. .
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immediately eipect, & ptinffi of raeU.tli bridgei andcauaew r adeC ,' ,_ : '
himaelf.with heroic' obWirticy Schr.7 San, Anio&io,; :Ratcb N. ': '
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S. Iwulbecmcw rufe were"anX'1"BOU -* '
'.;l'. 4 ? r' .ys"I'D'. :in the_ great Churcbbur.' Orleansaj4oried;':cargo":- .C1_ ;feJ ., :. ,
.S *zotft* Qn.c ord. C. .. yt3fObab: &*&** 5 ". :
; -4roa&eiu; : o1 P..L .VIC. r- bat:endia er.tlw:IiBib4 of'othinznuf & .dpors..'jbciog. .fdTccdi aud .mpst .of ., 'I' 'CLEARfl;! ) '.oc1ock.-, ."'.1. ..:k... ,.t' ...1.j.'> -. .' ., ,

' -"" .Ed'tor.Gf Ui.MoWJc..R4 w'fa ei.. *.st leih fac\aiKl, his'men wpacded,his :sbf ung-1 the' S JiinC:i4tb-'rmiADkcs ..'W.Q :.'. .Ut 1_,..,;' .

: m. tVbiChtb p1. 1 ,.- i!- \ t :, mines which dcatroycd, both bat.. t\1 DI'-Moblle 7.. i b 1. ... : i fi..-j.fir-j. ". ? '. hil. il JWll;, _' c : '

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...!'. oT if": :3ow'n.' ; &t. Teait have: 'aii, attUrancctk&t ,:JL VThg Lottery took place ia Washington O$ Q'ttff r COEN! &,. ,

., :;' _.";:_, 'i: _... a'u.. .. 'U., ". :th$ gh his body.')goes. down ,City e4 on the 26 .ult.'The folio wing were '" 'J .T' or1"..' S. ..iA. :.EiC. 1!, iu'm..4, 'c,;)
-.,,7 ....,.. --y = : - ) bIsogoei'up ,:" the n\1m\ertdra aa4ifl' th 1-"order.in !:$ R X'E ;$ ',. .. ., '- .'
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Pem ttJ-Cas1e' $ $ .la the <*t
f'l' Ttm hieb itand fiat : .
*' ; they ,4p PRESENTS t.
Pore that its head low .waved '' 'ogi'
lily, virgin '' ; ;0. of
( ; various ,-85 9 ';3- q4tickets Mississippi:\..iIler
:l" -Dcneath ,the- fountain drops, yet still Lettered Cragflrn .tt mi8ti..n. nt3txt-, the,Inl unce of such fedings, "..
4. ; : '%tmld come, in Gallowayf 'Persons"having in the ''a. 14
places: large'c gs ; ttffree appertain to an individual" se 4
PAPBB devoted t
.Like hearts bvIove&mldestiny enslaved. bove ,ere invited to deposit them "
Lottery advancement ofhis
4 re to" >e met with having veryaocientwriting : of rational 'ova interest
inquiry and
That seeti shrinl '. ',ubscn"bet.'with orders i invest "* caute
: ; *Andvyet-fl seek -of with the to usefulness to the coauauaity
some ,
.. them : well
: proposals
on Christianity Its columns are open to
,t JbeirtieemT'i their proceeds in the tickets'of some unIdrVwo ., .t opubliahinthe city: ofNatcbezsk. *
CROLT. which the 'antiquary, decyphew, written communications ,from persons of ; "
Lottery.Yensatol be called
"Iy puperto ,
''' but others not one, '6f these, in ; W..Basell.HunL every religious sentiment and profession,
.,. SO?vtr-vflff tDtf Sinr/iton t ; 11 \ __ and all,whether believers or unbelievers Tua i:
vOh come to me, thou child of woe, the farm ,ofZtIockIebayhu| : cut', 'W ".f8en'Jor A' Valet and JUcJntire, in revelation, may communicate their te'l'l. -
> "fi'P
,, .. v:;JJa}, come fair flowerand, droop not< Thi. heart is TtfarmAwill shellefthee, Liftme and.I'll:tell mor" morals
op ye good of iflect private, ,character. sheet
Upon an Imperial with '0"' ;
',Misfortune'Sonow'a cuivthoujel'thaU* oB*p ng>, come:to tasted roet;' ,A,'number'of, pcopJ 'at one time .DAVID: '0. P1NKHAMCounsellor 'thc editor'h.s adopted this'course, from rials of the-first quality,,at the__ _'
{ ', 'this rott and after a full convictron that freedom of inquiry
gathered to and under similar
& regulations wi ,'
Sorrcwfs blight by form hath wasted. 'at"Law. \a
-.4 f *'J Then hither lusle,'fair child of.grief much labour, succeeded in lifting it s the sacred duty of man, as reipvnntilct Imperial pipers. 'published in. tbe.9tj:

I Nor wither like the autumn leaf. it-up, with the hopes no' doubt, of ,HAVING fixed his residence at Fensa- t O God, abut for his opinions' ,and that The material* will probably.arrive about
*>. practice law.in the courts, truth fens not the fullest investigation, tutis last: of next month, and the first ij .
: : core being. well repaid for their. trouble' of EtCambia\ValtdD: Jackson.-Gadstlen b mighty and powerful,and must pre ber will immediately; n'
appear thereafter.
Oh to me, thy star of night with the beneath bu; vail. This'work'has been successful '
treasure ,
; and Leon Counties, and also at M bde. J.' C. has no'enemies,and will
s: id
I Is shedding 'rou its purest lIght, not de.
Wild amaranths:and roses fair, how must they have been 'deceived He rr.aj,be'foiinA at his office nest door operation for more than one year ; and serve-any. He has friends,'and,will serve

:, /lCenting.Il"; the dwt-ri air p* -when instead of finding any gold, behw the Post Office. having cotrtmenccd a new 'series, 'in an them, when it can be done without aT*>
1826 ctavo form/it ir well worthy the .attention -.
'.l'en cola. t
,; ,No* ;chilling power will dare- i intrude' el-found wrote on the' .ground: Apnl 9 of liberal-minded. men, ,not only,as a crifice if of propriety.' lIe knows no patty -
there be_ one, be does not
:.t "dtbiil bcnroflolitud :'; side ? belong

L ,.. Then hither come, fair child of grief: 'tn.Laym, down as 1 was'before.1' Warehouse. -- at St. Marks.. medium.progr of vtlliabte 1 of free information'telpectinr'tbe inquiry, but aa- to and it. He with invests his all in thjs i attempt
will cheerfulness
Nut-.wither like the succeed
autumn & &>
---- J subscriber lately erected near recoYd oftbe'.advances of the human mind fail he
THE as shall deserve.'
Selling off Cheayj \ landing at St. Marks,. a commodious i in divesting. itself of those-prejudices He hnd commenced
Ob a
tho'canker'd care ... considerable
weep Jio more- and "where fatal
secure which hive Hithertoproved to the
N 'r form fair Subscriber, having determined setting forth of his republicaxuprinciplea
p blighted yet-a ore ; THE he to receive tither ;
is prepared goods, hon asiness of the huntanfamily.Terms
Jip'bloom lights up that pallid cheek, bring his business to a temporary Commission : :' of his determination to be .inde&tigabToand
I'I Yettfeere is left enough to speak cloie, will sell off at reduced prices, for Storage n. subscription' g3 p t 4nnilm, zealous ; of his devotion to the pub

f ThUCflCUOfthy4CCling ah or approved paper, his present'btoc ccnnisting "V m. W riglit. payable'wilbm six months, .or' &-250 if'paid lic weal, with all the customary XT cm.

of St.Marks,1)ec.2th,1826.-27-tf. Advance:; n5subsctiption1'ceiv.d BIB of an editorial BBBUT, but has
never can
: e for lest Mstn'six months, g 1 -5Ct ja able -
Fine & bPi broadcloths > the whole andtneans the
Then neither haste, fur sup.blue.and same,and more,
Nor wither, Kke the Blue,bl'k.mixed and ribbed drab casU S 50 REWARD.] in advtt and te. Those five who bee me'responsible by saying "I WILL DO MY.DUTY.Natchez ."

: meres I m'NAWAY, from the residtn'teOf : r'Ub receive sixth pay-for gratis.Communications copiesshall. .- -, ,Tebruary' .13, 1826. '.
Tartan & Caroline plaids, bombazeUrs -
Oh to for I ,
come roe, can IValentia I
Garner! orfthe 36thof April free of' {d-
And pity,.tho' I not toilinette and Marseilles vest- $5stager NOTICE.
may Karde.'i orted I last, two negroes,' viz.BILLV.- dressed to B "atel.:180' ,Broadway, New
'luLt..lifewth'-U its ings'as ,
:But "
: o t Admihlstration
York will receive; immediate attention. LETTERS on the
j' -Its sunny'smiles'its fairy. Bl'k senshii\vs, sarsnetts, figured b'i'k I. Editors. free Col. John"Miller,'deceased
"t ph? it has !little left for me.; silks, '.n about 35years of geSfeet' papers friendly incfui- having been granted:'the' subscriber

i AJ.little hath it left fop thee. White satin,'green fforence, 6 inches highlandLUCY I above ry, are respectfully insertion in requested their papers.to give the the County Court fat the 'County of Es.by

Yet come to me, fair,. -Bl'k and.colored canton crapes, plain '0 .an cambia ; all persons naming demands against .
wither and Just TubliaViedi
1(01 like the figured
about 45 years old, 5 said estate are requested tb present
.. :> Women's worsted coloured&silk hose, : 1. feet 5 inches high, at the-above place, the worksof: the distinguished the same imreefliately, and those'ihcebt.ed'wre .
,. .. __ Coloured braces Men's beaver gloves, I RAMMOHUN ROY the desired
-JJ_-.-_--_ _-_.: '11- .Women's white and coloured kid do. I dark:mulatto. The above reward will be East to make:payment toW.11a1URunt
India Reformer bound in

", A & 1NG. Dress and furniture prints, Ginghams, paid ou delivering said slaves to me in ; handsomely .' ,
0 I Pensacola I will 25 for either. sheep, with a correct likeness of this efliflent 11
V- --- ..- -- -.1 Coloured Cambricks, Dimity, or pay man, g 2 25 .. .dninistratcr;
: I 'from the New Ifampthire Gazette. .. Plain and figured book muslins, 6eo. 'W. Barkley.oJThe"Edttoro'f In boards, 2 00 i !ei1Eacoa!: Jan. 27-, 1 826-48-8 w. ..

UP AND DOWNS. Collaretts, : the Mobile Registeris Without likeness, 2 and 1 75
1.1n. EDITOR.I Cambric and Tttull 'do. Insertions, requested to insert this twice, and for FOR sAL .
am an up. and White tulle, plush, striped muslins, I ward the account-to this office. mile
i l subscriber, Executor of the last:!
down sort of a fellow* as you do Gingham robes, Bolivar stripes, Fensacola, :26th: May, 1826-13-St. If aK'EN. \3I .__ Will and Testament" Francisco

know; full of life andup to any Bangup cord, bl-k silk velvet, AND committed to jail on the 29h' Touard, late Perisacbla deceased effete

, thin?. Last night,thinking of the Brown holland, yellow nankeens, I ult. a -negro 'man who'calls I for sale the following 'property, belong.
p misfortune of loosing .a good Irish linens In demi.pieceslong lawn, himself ing to the Estate of the said dedeased: vi:
'Linen cambrics; threads assorted, 11fli\ \ Bushels Allum Salt, I The undivided half Of "
horse, I began to reckon* and ; { cargo a Tract of Land.
up Ribbons assorted, i )\UU' olSchr.fl3peReturnfroniRagged .4 8 ;mAm9 ntaining

.act .down tbe vjcishudes of life. Bl'k and'colored Galoons: I leland,just landed -'and for. sale SD

Up mid down mean in many- cases Waist belts and buckles, flag h'kfs. 'low. Enquire at the store of J. Forsythcr .f 6 feet.and three quarters of an '

the same thing, and 'frcqueutly ashmere, Gros de Naple andgauze do of the subscriber. inch high, of black. complexion,. a

:. uhen you see a man up be is in Artificial dowers and wreaths,tapes, .J. Jettison jr. 'he has a bold look&a disposition Situated North *E4st ,' f 'Bayou de kTrucha

fact down. For instance neighbor Bl'k Ostrich feathers, pearl buttons, Pensacola, My-15th, 1826. to be'very talkative ; he says he on the'bay of San Mary de Galvei .
Coloured madi h'kfs. Cravats
flag, rs is about of I
twenty-seven years agC', anc ,about twenty one miles from. tho
tells he is S
f\ me up about a Linen checks, land 44 co. do. *
belongs to Mr.IsaAc Harrel, living in City of Pensacola: and a
little, but quite down- with a cold; Domestic plaids, stripe and shirtings, Cordials, Bitters, &c. "Green County, State of Mi a'sippi. No

A man barrelsup and salts down Co. ticking, bear duck, sheetings, ( HE subscriber has lately received other identifying marks perceptible. iIOU-SE ; LOT

t -his beef or pork-he 'eat' ':up. a Letter paper, spelling books, quills. I, on consignment, F. B''. ChapmanFbcommyn8 r ii ii .II. &
'Scissors, pen & pocket kiuves, razors i! :,
thing, and it goes down-I letdown in cases, I 15 cases Liqueurs assorted, .: r. :
I my bars and put uj rn> cat- Table knives! and forks razor straps 10 do. wine bitters, S City Comta lu. in Alcaniz the 'City'of'Street ensa'cola, fronting oa
: said lot
Ue..... man trips another .or he and paste, Pensacela :5th 1826 10 tf. ; containing'52.
up 8 bbls. cheiiy bounce May front by"fiO feet deep and hi the
: trips him down, and'so we go up Needles, pins, thimbles, fish hooks and PlArtothe'C'ity'snumb&112.nqwn
lints.Spectacles ALSO .
end down continu 'ly. 1 have The above will be sold
seenjntnyva SALS property on
in, toothbrushes .
.. cases 30 boxes Vermicelli
credit one Half bf the >\*cbue '
young lady thai wu? called money
notch Whip, hand and crosscut. saw file"Gun All of which will be, sold very! low to close o half lot No. 297, 40'feet to be paid in one year'and'the remainderin
to dowafor O1TOU
up set a locks, flints, .
gun '
sales. ; : 'front on Sevilla Square, by two years,, Payment Hb'be secured
I dunce, and rightly, and an Brittania,tutahia & tinned iron spoonsStock ; ii' feet PI '"
many J. Jerrison jr. :; 170 deep,with the buildings by notes,vviith a mortgage on lhe>pre
one who was up till eleven! in the and pad locks. cut tacks, thereon. raises.

.. evening, and down till ten in the Shoe pincers hafts and hammers, awl blades Pensacola, May 19th, 1826. One quarter of a lot, No.rtl2, 57 "fee t S. .i.Desi leii :Q.uina."p .

aud front on Alcanes I Street, by 86 feet fronton
for fashion's
morning sake. There Screw angers, mortice chissels, AN ORDINANCE, Cuna Street. n. ia't1tb: Marchll8263tf., ..

ar too many your.g fellows, who. Wire aud hair sieves, frying pans, Rfgulating Drays in the City, One quarter of a lot No. 111, 48 feet ...

with haughty acrs, are knocking Weeding hoes, trace chains, front on Cuna Street by 80 feet in depth. N t

down all opposition, uso as Jo be I Icajled Men's'superior and common saddles, of r fengucola. \ One half ofa lot No. 111,43. feet fronton PPLICATION'basbeen'nladetotho

up to the life."-down with Fine and com., ; plated curb & snaffle IDE it O+daiJietl I!! the Board tf AiderTwn said Cuna Street, by 170feetin depth. iAIs.Bank of the Unite'dr3ta tea'formic

yoUr dust, one and heads I bridles, of'the City ofj'emacola, That from For terms apply toAmbrose renewal, the following les nbe n tU.Y b
says upthat's Saddle bags,collars, martingats,
and after the p.using of" this Ordinance A. Caro 2(: .
your sort ; while another Men's fine & low priced shoes & boots, the price of Drayage shall nol: exceed L D.No. 16, payable r" Benjamin

;. class &it up end keep housed up to Women's morocco and prunella stioeChildren's I, thirty-one an-1 a fourth cents per load or to Morgah;1Lt the Office of Discount

: readand, obtain knowledge they shoes, straw bonnets, transported co any part of the city. For Joan Malagosa. and Deposit,N.'_OrIea date't Pliiladelphia -

I .may &: l last settle down upon some Wool hats, beaver bats, castor &rorum evercftencf against this section the Pehsacola, May. .5th, 1826-, 10( -.tf. 5th-April f"'-10a"

foundation. When hats, Drayman, or Owner of the Dray, shall for. 'j. F. No. 1619'payabte'tb Chas. S. .
I see a lady Cotton cards, sleeping brushes, feit and pay the sum of three dollars. LIVE OAK. West,at do.:date, 1st May, 1825, 100

show the modesty of her sex, and Cotton bagging, baling twin-, 2. Be it further Ordained, That when NAVY COIIX tOKERS' H. No.34, 'payable to Joseph

cot as she Walks the streets flirt Imp. &young hyson tea, loaf sugar, any Pravmar. or owner ofa Dray,..shall berequoateu WASHINGToN, 27tb March Orncr, 1826. ?> Saul, at do. dateiOth May 818, ,100

and swing with her head up, I set Mudeinr, Teneriiie and Lisbon wines, to transport any merchandize, proposals will be receive t. No.4316, payable to Chas.S.

her down for something-but Cognac brandy, Holland gin, wood: lumber or any other article, usualto I $SEALED. 31st.day of July nest for West at do. date 2d May 1825, V5a
. Sup/chewing tobaccr, common do. be transported in Drays, it shall be his the of Live W. 9749, same, date 4thx Oct.
: 31btII I sreone! up to. .all kihd cf Best brown sujrar Havana coif'ee, supply timber for :the
duty to comply previously engaged frames of three frigates, .cut'to moulds 19
"monkey ahines/! >> as the ia Cut nails assorted,German steel to similar services A. No. 255
( saying pt-rfdrm or without one of which, with 1800 cubic Yeet'df payable to J. Coney
treating a'gobd deal of surf aa she Svf eet oil, lamp do.copperas, some other excuse deemed sufficient by timber, 'to be delivered on promiscuous or Philadelphia, 1st Ian.1817; 2d

.,4' passes, 1 cah' help saying to my I Vinegar, pepper, allspice and tallow, candles the Mayor; and for each refusal or noncompliance before theist day September,1827, at A. No.1514, payable'to P. Seip ,
- 'self"down with her hou, .)* Late. Hrpurn Window soap glass sperm cider in boxes, he hall forfeit and pay the each of the Navy Yards at Boston, New- .Philadelphia,lst.0an.4817, .20 .
y- sum bf three dollars.
)y'I have read..inany accounts, of r .. Gunpowder, lead and shot assprted, That York and 'Phil&deJphia.Also for nne
further Ordained. all
! Drays Live Oak, beams for
a of the 1st S4WThe :
I fail in frigate :
arcs our cities. lithe merchants Castings, ovens, pots spiders and andirons shall be numbered on the near shaft,in a classto'be delivered at the Navy Yard at. _
are breaking down so, I am Tin conspicuous manner, and the number shall New York. 13-lOt. above'mentioned notes were enclosed
N thinking the business is about t Northern crockery lard hams ware assorted be specified in'the licenses to be taken ,-- in a letter of instructions, deliver

breaking u$. In fact, such is the Mackerel and,mess beef, in half barrels out by the owner of the Dray, and for Arthur P, Haines, I ed to Cant-Andrew Bovd.'of- the
r world and human nature that Shad non compliance with this section, the I Caravan, of Ncw-York, which vessel
wecan't No. 1. beet codfish, &c &c: &C. oftbe w. '
: tell who is up or down. A' J. Jerrison jr. be Drayman entitled or to owner receive drayage.Dray shall not John Harrington, went tif to sea from this port, on the 17th
day Sept. 2825 bound
Adm'r. and Catha- IN ARTmaN.rine to Ragged Jt-
mail will appear to be well up I ion Pensacola,Jane 10th, 1826. 4. Be it further Ordained That Adm'z. land,'for a Cargo of salt, aad not haTing

the ladder' of fortune Whpn the I the ownei of any dray shall be liable, for & the King heirs of Wra. since'been beard of it is supposed'perished

I :r&Ct is,'he is just beginning to turnhle I;John de la Rua, 1 any damage or injury done to goods: King deceased. 1 at sea.
I I II ,. through the carelessness or negligence of '
,down friend I v ( writ bt Stone & Nisbet.
; a pretended may I the heirs of Turner the driver. PURSUANT O Si Partitldn. dl.

-ataud at your shoulder to- boast Stark, the 5. Be further Ordained, That all fines from' the Superior,Court ; ensa-cola,10th May 1826-10-w6m
for the Western .
,Q't up aa you think, wheuhe is i heirs of Jos., J biU IN PARTITION. and forfeitures, provided for i in this Ordi. at the District of of Florida,.returnable '1TI'i..3eiYer8on'S
next term said
.- only there to'put! down and lips,' R. K. Call, nance, shall be recovered by complaint Court, ; Loite-r-
rOil ; we will, on th..tenth day: of July ,neit, 1
cnr will praise you up where 'bethinks i James Ramage,,& before City of the PenjACola.Mayor, for the benefit of the proceed to make partition of a certiin : 1. B. Yates & :A.M'lntfrei

will bear of it I all others concern. tract of land, bounded.as follows been"honored
you and run l'assed, MaySlst, 1826, : I HAVING with the con
I .you down where his, interest it a I Beginning at Galvczs spring and running Mr. JEFFERSON'S LOT
P. Alba
little. .served it and ed.IN pursuance of a writ partition, is due north and {west therefrom, so fr I TERY, respectfully inform the, Public
by ; if you d Mm the Superior Court, in and Hora L. Uigley as to include:said spring, and containing : that every thing is arranged in regard Jo

f .:tra.tc: with some, they will, lawyerlike for the' Western District of Florida, to, us lJe eight hundred superficial arpens ; ,and it, and that the Tickets will be ready for

c "aiuffyou up," that they are directed, and returnable at the next term ."ary. ,June 1st, 1826 also, a certain'other tract of land near the deli, 1'l';in. very .hQit.time, and th
4 I giving you a bargain, and if pos of said Court, we the undersigned 'parti Approved Jerrison City Pensacola, and;separated from'one : plan made known in its particulars
tioners will proceed to make partition' ofa John Mayor* of the fauxtaiurgs.thereof
I faible,:sha.ve, you, down to the last by a street.six- : II480' Chahcei ase-flied di' 'Tes
certain of
tract land
t lying and being iu 4-3t.NOTICE.. ty feet wide, baying twenty.fire' arpens 1
% .copper.. Escambia County, containing four ,hundred 'o-, front on .said street, and, running back so: Dollar. *&".' '
:Andwv. Mr. Printer, as tau arpens more or less, epnmonly call. far as to Include in the said tract eight j A I bocwi1 be opened_00 turdJr

: 4 liavc, t.joumef) 'up as! a, kind of I I efil tk Gonaales tract;; held by the afore. DY the instructions of the os hundred arpans. 'The .whole_owned in next, ajt the Managers? Ofice 'Cnn7j'!.-
I Imonitor oter Che to dd'John; tie hi Rot,.tie beiw of Turner U. Matter ,General,it is made the duty: fee ai-nple by the said Arthur P.and the I nia Avenue, where applicationi. fefets UO :
idown public,r put : Stark,the .heirs of Jos. Phillips. K. Call of the Post;; Master, to put in! each mail heirs oftlie late Wm. king deceased SAtenants will be received: frog Ttiitff siw' feetfcUemen
every thing cf an utyupt .nature and JamesSamite,1'as tenants in common all, letters which are .deposited the in common thereof, "* pat t orcthtirwae* S
k and to watch the morals of -& "..!this notice is;given- to the a Post' Office me half how before ihsjlxed D.Lr:.Clinch rtrJ.etten, port'paid* ta<;l0dgte.
society shall give up ih:: rest 'to ipresaid tenants and all others.concerned, time ilwngthe Mail. '1'11e.undeni f value of the 'cbane'desired by the?ritcrs -

-I ,you I:waptio see good men Held to strew caiiie, if any,they have, why the ed cannol"b responsible for thedeteiuonof ,A., W. Thornton, will- :te very carefully attended to bjT

and 'hat .,men .. aforesaid: ,tract'of!*rid should not be partitioned those letters, which are not put in.the. Philip! Wager Yates '&. M'fetire.-
: down 1
up put .
-pursuant to. an act to provide office as .early as above mentioned: but "l 1.: '
F 'wet, to see'honesty and villainy for the \ ;rRatnae wuwngtonltr"
up psrtitiozEbf1aiik1s in tnis Territory. being desirousof t accommodating the I, W.It. Hunt,.' g atfor the MnagcTz,
.down--ind you must be tight ,up ." saiti to., be entered upon Public,as far as n his power, he'will mail f 'r as Wright.PensaCob requests tfae attention,oC tfcf,,CitLrena. of
,1aiq) down in these ,things Every en the seventh day-of July next.v all Jettenwhich'are deposited'before.the : E1otWatOtha1: '. ,
let June 1826 14 we. ,
F. : 4L,." 14. .
"an' should, Icok well to one. I 'H) Michelet; packet, in'which they are to go, i i.actual t I'. :-
., 1 ly closed. The: Northern, Matf\ jbeing: nNHa'E: rsitpis. .
1 \am cotntsgdown j inafewdas. ,to '. (.J. ."'0. :Kejrser, the most i important, will always be.the :Notice IB Hereby GiveiL < "flinfort

'4,,. pay you' uy for your'paperaqdtTBean 1 f-': \>aucisco.P.] Palmes bat dcup. 5 nHrtthe1''terIu: : .of the":..600.ftccotnjtaaQdr'jroocliftrs ,PZNDi'tT Ii : : ,

.' ;. 'I- to hate' It:sent. up' to'me'. ,until 'Joseph,'Noriega, v '.' *. W. H. Hunt. *, 4.iqnatl. ca,J::4n4 u'.ent.apply.for tlo a. !Ut!.she i La&44'sn4.vit7stat .wiipairBbaaetlt. ;; .:.:..."........., .

I'rufaxJoVm Easily, ffnce be P. Alba Pals Vauj'.: ..6n r >>l J o fl Do3ago .. ..She.-! U _' ._a 1. .
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mil and is the ,mortal foe", Pensacbk, Kay t2t' 826--11-tf. : :: : ; ::: ruMtt&IM".I -
o \ to :. cQO t t .., ,. .. malge..e..rua. -
I. (eath wjH: sooo turn ui'aU upside: Henry Wilson,* BLANKS .' .\a".J *ph ni i#*., Caro or. .mildew" ',' .' 1f' ftftu&te. tI-tt'.era
"itwot ritay 7 every one have some Geo. R.!A. Hicketts.Penucolo Of nkious d clptIOnfOk'ialC&t' V .this. : ;; ". :t4cl flro- ,r.pcnn ba,! 1IikP ..;..' ....( J",1f ,.
t tb'Iaid'' ftraf ho is: Jai 1st 'l82 ; 1c.J. l : ....rtjM1; .
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