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 24, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
notis - AKP3155
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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of Columbia
BY. W. HA.SELL, HUNT; shall be stated;, the street or streets fine or penalty, with the1 cot of respectively.. shall be held as" cc.casion compensation as ,are' allowed' by '
Sow EDITOR PKorBiKTom ; prosecution, be paid by the parent, may require,- to prevent a law to the clerk, marshals, and .
United States on which lots lie, the streets by .of for the trial of district itt iorne'1i of the ,district
1'ft6lWa r of the Lavt of the in guardian, or master of such minoror delay ,. justice ,
,. and of the Tcmtory of Florida.Suscz1rTIoxer which the square which they confinement to causes of admiralty and mai tirnejurisdictIon 'eo.rt of the'United' :States for
5 tie is bounded;' the name of the apprentice, by
and ,for the hearing Louisiana district, in similar ca'ua'-
Half 3 whom labor for a limited time, not exceeding .
\ yeat" 50 person or persons to they months for of causes in equity,'as often as the es ; 'and in all other causes'; such
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been last assessed on thelooki ..
Single twelve and an half cent** offence. judges of the said courts, respectively fees as-have been or shall be here- 'il
of the Assessors and the a-
Subscriptions payable in advance. Sec. 3. And be it further.cnacted, ,.shall deem fit appoint. _dfter established' by :ihe. Legislative
of assessments
ADVKRTISIITO-Every advertisemetit raount the_ taxes, said Council Sec. 4. And be further enacted, Council of the said Territory. :
of the width of one column and measuring I or charges, due thereon : Ana That the Common That the said superior courts j Arid the clerk, United, States'at V
twelve lines of this type, Provided That the shall have power to subscribe to
,. not more further, purchaser shall have incases and '
I respectively, power, torney, marsbalortbe court
dollareach Weekly continuance the stock of the turnpike road
first insertion one shall not. be ,
and wider or purchasers where there has i Seen a trial I of appeals, ah ill have the ,lame r; I
cents longer made
fifty ; which is authorized to be
ones at the same rate. Rule and figure obliged to pay, at the time of such i an act of the General Assembly by jiry, to grant new trials, ,,as often fees artd compensation for attending .. -
for the first irl enio i. sale more than \be taxes assessments I by .said
'work double price as may be deemed neccessary court ; whilst ,exercising ;
Advertisements will be tastefully displayed or charges due, and the of Virginia, passed the fourteenth for the due administration of justice the powr of a circuit'coqrtas <
according to the nature of them, and expenses of sale ; and that, if day of February, one thousand tn
for which directed this
for reasons new act, as are allowed
of this size .
will be measured by matter within two' from the day of eignt hundred and eighteen, entitled "
type. When inserted at intervals, (that years an act incorporating a com trials have usually been grantedin to the clerk attorney;, and mar
is, not inserted every week,fr U\ the first sale, the proprietor or proprietors road the courts of law, and shall have shale, of the circuit' coui'tIofthe
I to the last Insertion) each insertion will of such lot, his, her or their heirs, pany to establish turnpike .' power to administer all necessary I United Slates ; aud..jn ,all'othercases -
Tavern in the coun-
be charged as a new advertisement. representatives or agents !shall repay from Wiley's I
oaths or affirmations, and to make such fees as, the Legislative .
Amounts for advertising payable alwayson to such purchaser or to the ty of Fairfax, to a point of inter- and establish all necessary rules of Council' _of said Territory have
demand. the Little River turn-
Mayor, the money paid for such on and and fur established direct.; ,
QCj" Liberal contracts Will be made of the practice pleading, or may ;
road the line
with thgse who wish to advertise by the taxes, assessments or charges and pike or on the orderly conducting of the business Sec. 8. And be it fnrther,e"a.ctil.That -
Columbia and to
District of any
,e expenses as aforesaid, with ten ofthe.said courts : Provided, :-the: jndge :of -t'bcaupr.ri'aecourts -.
\ (EJ-AU communica\ibna to the Editor per centum per annum, as interest turnpike road or .other -public; Such rules be'not repugnant to the shall only 'beiiquirEd
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xruOe p .,patd, or they will be attendedto thereon, or make a tender of improvement, which has been; or j .
laws of the United States, or of hold a court in ole' other place,
or not,as suitshis- ..convenience.-- .. the same, he or she shall be re-in- may- be, authorized. .. by. an- act, of..1 the... !said! Territory._. in their,, respective dis ricts.., than.. _
L- stated in his, her or their originaltitle Congress, leading to the town 01 ---- -- II n ,
Sec. 5- And be it further enacted, the one assigned by the laws of
Laws of the United States. but if such tender be Alexandria ; and the said Common
.. ;
That writs of error and appeal the, United Slates, to be designated I
r. made, within two years next after i Council may lay any tax on shall lie, and may be taken, on all by the Governor and Legislative ,
such sale, then purchaser shall the property in the said town, to .
final decisions of said superiorcourts Council ; and so much of any law,
pay the balance of the purchase I promote any public improvementfor where the matter in dispute as restricts said courts tp .a particular
of such lot lots into the the benefit or'the said lovtn,
money or hall amount to the sum or number of days'for the
trA -1 Treasury of the Common Council, when,in the opinion of the said
: value of one hundred dollars, exclusive trial of causes arising under the,
-c- where it shall remain, subject to Common Council, it may* be of costs, to the court of appeals constitution and laws of' the Uni

the order of the proprietor or proprietors expedient, which said taxes maybe of, said Territory ; in all ted States, be, and the same is
or his or their legal representatives collected as all other taxes ire .
civil causes of admiralty and maritime hereby repealed.See. .!' V '
and the purchaser or may be directed to be collecud. ..
jurisdiction ; in all causes 9. And be further enacted}
on the payment of the whole a- Sec, 4. And be further cnacttd, seizure, under the laws of impost That the marshals oleachdistrict

rtW mount of the purchase money, That so much of an act, passd navigation und trade, of the shall reside within tie same, and 'V
shall receive a title to the said lot twenty-sixth of May, eighteen
United Stales ; in all suits for execute all the process nf said
cpJ or lots -in fee simple, from the hundred and twenty-four, entitled penalties and forfeitures incurred courts, whether arising under the. V

.F' Mayor,] under his hand, and the I An act supplementary to the set I under the laws of the United laws of the United Stales, or oC ..
seal of his. office, which shall be to incorporate the inhabitants :of
States* and in all suits in which said Territory ; and perform all
b : ._ deemed good and valid in law and the City Washington pasted the United States shall tie a party ; the. duties of ministerial officers ofthe '

;;:: equity.Sec. the fifteenth of May, one thousand in all civil causes in law and equity same and shall execute bond;

2. And be further enacted, 1. eight hundred and twenty, and for arising under the Constitution i with security, tobe') approved' by .
iJY AUTHORITY.PUBLIC That the Common Couucil of A- otner purpo'ses"J as relates the and laws of the United Sales, said judges, conditioned for the '.

An act making( further"-No appropriation 37.] : for Icxandria shall have power to town of Alexandria' .. be, and.{the and, tr eatirs made, and which shall performance of the duiiesjre quired 'S

compensation and mileage to the mem provide for the establishment, same is hereby repealed. he made, under their authority, & ut the executive officers, by the V V

bers of the Senate and House of Rep maintenance, and superintendance Approved-May. .; 13, 1826. in all civil cases affecting Ambassadors laws Of.S3id Territory, in the sun, ,

resentatives. S I I of public schools, and for the registering ; o her public Ministers and often thousand dollars, which shall .-' "-
Be it enacted by the Senate and : of births, marriages and [PUBLIC-No. 39.] Consuls ; in controversies between be recorded by the clerks of said. .

House of Representatives, of_the 1 I deaths, and shall have power to An act to amend the several acts for the citizens of two different States, courts. .
United States of America m* Con- preserve the navigation of the Po- establishment of a Territorial Govern- I and between aliens and citizens of- Sec. 10. And be further enact" :

grets assembled. :Tnat them of tomac river, within their jurisdiction ment in Florida.Be the United Stales, in the same: ed, That thirteen persons, ahall be. ,f!

one hundred and fifty thousand ; to erect, repair, and regulate it enacted by the Senate and manner and uuder the same regulations annually elected by ihe people of '-

dollars be, and the Same is hereby, public wharves, deepen docks and Hou8e of Representatives of the I as appeals are directed to said Territory, who shall compose V

appropriated fer the compensation basins, and to limit the extensionof United States of America in Congress be taken from a district to a circuit the Legislative Council thereof S -
and mileage, granted by law I wharves into the harbor assembled That the Superior of
private court of the United States. each whom shall be an inhabitant -
to the members of the Senate and ( ; lo authorize with the appro- Courts of the Territory of Flo And writs of error and appeal of said Territory, and shall V

House of Representatives, and bation of the President of the linked rida, within their respective districts hall-lie, and may be taken, from have resided therein one year _
Delegates of Territories ; and that I Slates the lotteries shall have and exercise original -
drawing the final decisions of the said next preceding his election ; and _
the same be paid out of any money for effecting: any important I jurisdiction: in all civil causes court of appeals in all such cases, the term for which he shall be

in the Treasury not otherwise -, improvement in and to the towns in law and equity, whether arising to the supreme: court of the Uni- I. elected shall be one year, to com-, '

S appropriated.JOHN. .tAYLOtt whir.h the ordinary funds and revenue 'under the' laws of the said territory ted States in the same manners. I I me nee on the second Monday of

Speaker of the House of Representatives., thereof will not accomplish ; or otherwise, where the sum and under the same restrictions I December annually. 4nd it shall V
JOHNC.CALHUUN, to restrain and prohibit the drawing in controversy shall amount to one aid regulations, as writs of error be the duty of the Governor to divide ;

Vice.president of the United States andS of other lotteries, the keeping bundled dollars and shall have 1 and appeal are directed to be the said Territory into thirteen

9 President of the Senatt.ApprovtdMay 5 oflippling houses, and all kinds of original and exclusive cognizanceof I taken from the circuit courts of convenient districts so as to ,. V

13, 1826. ADAMS gambling ; to provide for the licensing all civil causes of admiralty and i the United States. And in all I give to each district,. as near 'as '
-.- taxing, and regulating maratime jurisdiction,r includingall : other cases, writs of error and appeal maY---- be.- -, an-.- e-n'u31--- u.w.nom" .nf.... .r.......'.aiJ ".
[PoBtic-No. 38.] auctions ; theatrical, and public seitures'under; laws of impost, may be taken and prosecuted white inhabitants, for the purpose V V V

An act further to amend the Charter of sand'amusements, and venders navigation trade, of the United from said superior courts to the of electing members. ( the Legislative

S the Town of Alexandria. of lottery tickets ; to appoint States, whether such seizures be court'of appeals, in such' manneras Council of said Territory* : ..
Be it enacted by the Senate and guagers of casks, inspectors of made on land or w'atcr ; and ot all the Legislative Council have and he shall also designate places' V .

House of Representatives of. the domestic Spirits, measurers and suits for penalties and forfeitures directed, or shall direct. for holding elections. in acf'idis. V

United.Spates of-America in Congress inspectors of wood, lumber and incurred under the laws of the United Sec. 6. And be further enacted, trict, andappoint judges or managers V

assembled, That tenements bark, grain, coal, beef, pork fish, States ; and original, but not That the regulations prescribed to preside at and conduct

and lots of ground within the town butter and lard ; weighers of hah exclusive, jurisdiction, of all suits by the nineteenth, twentieth,.twen- the same, Who shall take the same' '
,- of Alexandria, on which taxes, I fodder, and straw ; and' to regulate in which the United States shall bea ty-first, twenty-second, twen t- .oath, and observe the'. same' for' V .'

assessments or charges, remain ,I I by law, the inspection, measurement party', whatever may be the a- third, and tw nt')-fourth sections mality, as' is now required: by- law,' .

due and unpaid, to the Common and weighing of the articles mount in controversy in such of the act of the twenty.fourth of in the election. of Delegate to. '

Council of the said town, for the aforesaid ; to regulate party causes and suits ; and shall have September,. seventeen hundred Congress. The .tiir.e aod' place of' ":

space of two years, or sbajl) here and other walls and fences, and to and exercise .appellate jurisdiction and eighty-nine, entiled An act holding the elections, shall be made. V. :

after remain due and unpaid, for determine by whom they shall be in all civil causes originating to establish the judicial courts of known, by proclamation, and sent ,

that space of time, or so much of kept in repair ; to direct in what in' the inferior courts, of said the United States," and by the to. each'district, respectively ; and ,

said lots as may be necessary, maybe part of the town buildings of wood Territory, whatever may be the amount act of the twelfth of December, it shall be lawful for the inhabitants .

sold at public auction, for the shall not be erected, and to regulate in controversy; and shall seventeen hundred and nicety- wuhln..the respective- ; dis- ,

payment of the,taxes, assessments, the ,size of bricks to be made have and exercise; original and exclusive ty-four, entitled Ie An act to a. tritts, who are.or may be 'quali- I
or charges, which are, or shall or used ; and shall hive power to jurisdiction of all crimes mend 'arid explain" the twenty- I fied voters, und'er'the laws of the -

be due,thereon with the expenses restrain and prohibit the nightly, and offences committed against st'cond section of the act establishing same,.to elect one ,person in each l V,

attending the sale f Provided, and other disorderly .meetings of the laws of the said Territory the judicial courts of the Uni- district, as a member'of the. Legislative .' : i-J 3

That, before any such sale be slaves, free negroes and mulattoes, where the punishment shall be ted States," as far as said regula- Council. And it, shall '. -

::5 made an affidavit of this Collector and to, puniIh such slaves by death ; and original and appellate lions shall be practicable, shall be belie duty of the said judges or .

qtthe District or Ward in'which whipping, "Dot. exceeding forty jurisdiction of all other crimes and observed in respect to all-writs of managers, in' each d ltrito.-_ *

auf-h lots lie, slating that no goodsor stripes, or, at the option of the I offences committed against the' error and appeals from the said make return V to the Governor. ; V '

chattels. ''of the person or' persons (owner of such slave, by fine or, laws of the said Territory ; and superior courts to the court of appeals every person voted, for as 'a memr .
charged- with the' payment of I I confinement to labour,not exceeding original and exclusive jurisdiction in the cases enumerated: in her of the Legislative Coancil.ia. .-

such, taxes*assessments or charges 'three monies for every one offence of,all crimes and offences1 which. the first 'part; of the preceding such district, together With the **

sufficient to satisfy the..same I ; and to punish such free negroes shall,fee cognisable, under_ the authority section.,, and in writs of error and I number of votes which .each, per: dr
can be found within the corpora.I and mulattoes for such offences of the United States, committed appeals.from' the said'court of appeals son shall have received," written. V., )

tlon, hU'be.lodged with, the Clerk by fixed hot within the full his and V
? S penalties, exceeding respective Districts to the supreme cour of.the in opposite name ; 'c'
of the... Common, .- Council : And! twenty dollars for one of- of the,, said Superior Courts, United, States; -.. the votes in each district'shall'be r*?

Provided. That public) notice. 'ol r 1 fence ; and in case of the failure or upon the high seas.. Sec. 7.'And be further enacted, canvassed by, the Governor .and. .'. '

the.time ',tid place. of such sale,I of such free negro and mulatto to Sec. 2. \ndbe. itfnrther,enacted, That the clerks of the'Said superior Secretary of the Territory, or by t ;*

ahall be' given, by adrertising. in pay and satisfy such penalty and That the said Superior Courts, courts, .respeciUelr' where .4uch .,other persons, ,or m ,such* V 'V' V:
some newspaper published in the costs,to cause such free negro or and Court Appeals in term, and the courts are held, ,shall ,keep pth'er mahneri,as .the Legislative .V 4

town,of ,Alexandria, for at least t mulatto to be confined' to labor for the judges thereof in vacation, particular V ,. and' regular minutes Council.may": hereafter direcr bylaw ': 1

six months'*where the property it J any lime, not exceeding six shall, respectively, have fall power and records of every day's proceedings ; and the pcrion'in .each *dis*. I, .. V B:

assessed ,tp ,persona 'residing ouiQfjheUt4te4tses t months, for any offence, ,to cause and authority, in all cUaus- of the said qb; rss, and trict ,having',the. greatest'numberr .
: ; three raombiwhtre I and provide for.the; removal of all es and, criminal.cases; to ,issue the'.aid clerks, marshals', ancMis of legal votes t..h.ll.be. .declared'' ': .

: ;the ,properly: ,if assessed, tcperwBpndding such. 'paupers, vagrants, ,and,other, w-rits.oC habeas corpusor: error, 'trict attorneys) shan respectively' elected, and entitled: t.o.a. seat'mthe ;I' "" llf1

; within tfee'Uniiei I persons! ,'a* may not'"be'..legally en-:I of certiorari, of7:mandamus, ofprohibitivn I receive J for'their1services, in 'all Legislative* 'Council ;''and in; .'r.r, :

Sttc.."bi1tetuie rmsuict; :r ,tite4.toresjdece" within. the said ,!of acheJacias,'and of i causes;oTridmiralty: aod 'marjtme case ,to< .or: :Ira'Qre''peratms< .i hiW .
""' 1DbiIix w u :t b'I 1 arid?Jin cau0esartsing have .'tfae greatesti- and' (1 .; l' .., .
..t '" ., .. ',; .. ? JP/WJn fctb punish, by fine! 01 I quo warrantoaccording to the jurisdiction, .\

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lIa1lbe lawful for'the .Governor atvenjsevenlf-eight: sevinty-nbie, r Messrs*"Vintaa and Coefce, tjus. J1r. 1iia1DtJiil t j\i"' :tn..t 1 o 1'w; rft of

-. fio order a"'ne\f election in such eighty, eighty-two, eighty-three I amendment wftsdiIagrd to.. pf tbai;ofirt,* prtfeotifccd: .on. tbc f scCiti'ri t
I and amendment 'madeby' :the 6rtof-'Wiirch i824i, the 'severalvessels'tefBfemenrioufd : tathe..prece.dJ Rep n't 1?'.
and be The
district,.in such manner, and at eigh2J-!een ninety, 1 : .
such time,, as the Legislative the same-are hereby, confirmed a- i Senate in the lbHI-cb \cermng -. with the I 1'he'Secr tryaf 5tl\e. Piriu.
Council may by law prescribe. gree&bly to the'said report: :Pro senloary of learning in the Territory slaves fauna on aboard of tftem, ance of the resolution: of the HOQIO,

And the said LegiiIlAtie-Council .vided, .That ibis 'confirmation of.FIo.ridaJ-*agreed to. t "wire .finally ;condemned, except i of Representatives of the 5th init
aball hold, ae&tioo .in every.year, shall operate'only-as.a relinquishfnentof 'be, house.took. up the'messageofihe those of.the cargo of the-Constitution I directing ,him ;to lay before ;that
commencing on the second Mon- the claim of the United Senate .insistIng 'on their ;,restitution of which, thoughthe -'I House copies of the depositions of

nday'rn 'December, in each year, States to the lands hereby con- ati comment to the bill lidr'ibe re- vessel itself was condemned, I Gilbert C, Russell, and Fntocit
..at the'seat of Government said firmed. lie of tne Florida I "Indiana, and, onmiionof decreed by 'the Supreme W. Armstrong, relative, to the 6*
I Mr. the Hone: 'Court ,the ground that the::6rat rigiD of the title of the 'claitn
Territory, and continue not longer Approved-May 13, 182G. : Bartlett on Dt'I.
than six weeks and the __.. ; ad ,ered to its di agre ment. i seizure' of the Constitution was not and the-disposal of the'cargoes o?
members of said Council shall receive ,(PcBtic-No. 42.) 'Mond4yMayZ.. macje'by a commissioned officer'of: the slave ships Constitution, -Lotu
'An set; to alter the lines between theind k that the:2d seiznrn isa 'and Maritjo has the
three dollars each 'per day, ofMichigan. :l lr Mercer'from the Com. .on the U. S. Navy, honor to
I Districts in the Territory '
Ju.ring"their attendance in "Council : Suppression: of the Slave Trade, wtis made while ahe: was, constructively transmit herewtth .the 'copies re*
and three dollars; for every Be it enacted by the Senate and presented to the House the following in the possession 'of I quired: ; together with the copy ofa
twenty miles, to be>> estimated by ffousc 'Representatives of the (: report,; which was rdered rl.t'captor'and. on her way to letter from Marshal ,Armttrbog'to

'the actual distance from the place "United States of jfmerica ,in Con- to be printed. :Mobile for adjudication.Thedistribution ,thi Department, enclosing" the
: of residence to the Seat of Government gress assembled, That the boundaries -.'f The Com. on the 'suppression df the cargoes, originals of the above mentioned
: and so distinctly certified I of the Southern Land 'lis.lricts of the Slave Trade, to whom was having been reserved by the District : depositions. -
by the Governor of said Territory, in the Territory "of Michigan "referred a message of the President toort of Alabamai at the period 'Retpectrull1sDbmlued,
:in going to, and( returning from, as established by the act of the 1Uh' arch 1826, a sub orit.s original decree, was, finally H., Clay.
any meeting of the -Legiblativet passed the third of. March, eighteen sequentetter of the Secretary yof, .made, after tfie return of the ... ...
Council, once in each, session hundred and twenty-three, State, ot'le.t of April: and a 1 record from above, by4ot'accord! 'BROWN'S HOTEL,
and no more; and the first elec- entitled, "An act to establish alII letter of the Secretary of the Treasury inl to a ratio, having reference i "WatMngtm'-- -- City,2311 March'-- -, J825.---

tion shall be'held on the firs: Monday additional land office in the Territory of the -20th of the same to to their actual-number, after a SIR ': Mr, Brent Handed me yes.
.' October next, and at such of Michigan," shall be so altered month, submit to the :Hotse of considerable reduction'by varidus terday, a letter of the Hon. C. F.

times thereafter, and under such as that, from the point Representatives the following re causes, and to the number of Mercer, addressed to you on th'e
1 ,regulations, as the Governor and where the present'"boundary line, 'port ; STnat which the original 'cargoes: 're. 18th_requesting you to procure
Legislative Council shall direct. between 'the third and fourth ,:'frotD certain information: spectively consisted; and ihe.-whole 'from'mfca>latement of the tei

Sec. 11. Jfhd be further enacted townships south, intersects the.obtained in this city, from the were subsequently sold at public :tim nftu IrEf"by( deposition
That the members of the Legislative meridian line, the boundary of the documents aforesaidand a refer- sale, in-the Stale of,Alabama' the of the late Easterrecen.tly callJ
Council shall not be legible said District shall run north with rence tu the decision of the 'Supreme cargo of the Constitution, for the 1. r'bJ the-flouse bf'&epresentatives -
L : .to any office created duringthe the"meridian line until it shall intersect Court on an appeal from benefit of the, reputed; Spanish ,'' &d"the evidence of the fact
period of the service, -or the the base line, and thence -District 'Court of Alabama, in owners ; and the .slaves supposed that':forwarded thatdeposition to
:fees.of which were regulated by with the said line west to Lake the cases of the Marino, Constitution to have-belonged to the Louisa and the Department of State'by: TO ail.
law passed whilst they were members Michigan. and Louisa, Barrios and others Marino, for the benefit of the captors Enclosed have' the thdnor of

or for one year hereafter. .' :Approved-M>y 16,1826. claimants, it appears that and the State of Alabama,: transmitting you the p'rbof ,called
Sec. 12. And be further enacted, .the schooners Constitution, Louisa pursuant to an act of her ,legislature for. I deem it proper. however,
That 1tsbl1flUt" be lawful for the [PUBLIC-No. 43.:] and Marino. were registered Anurican of 1823, purporting to :be" :in. to:take this, occasion. far "bggesy, ,
LxgislativeCouncil! to pass any Uw An act to extend the time allowed for the vessels,' which clearedout execution ofa priof territorial law, 'lug the'-provable \: use" trhy" thdeposition 6

,4 L imposing .a higher tax on the redemption es, in certain ofland cases.Be sold for direct r tax from the United States for and of an authority vetted in the 'didlioYreach'you. Oa

lands non-residents, tt\an those it enacted by the Senate and Havana, in the Island of Cuba, in Legislature by the act of Congressof inquiry at' the Comptroller'. Office
of residents of 'said Territory. House- of Representatives of the the year 1818, the two first from 1807, prohibiting the slave ,I :find ,that my abstracts, ss

Sec. 13-Jtnd'bc further enact- United States of America in Congress tbe port of New Orleans. and the rade. i Marshal; for the Juhenerfis'of-our
r ,rcfThat so much of the several acts assembled That the time allowed last from Mobilethat, on their While 'tb se 'preceeiiings "were I District 'Court, held at 'Cahawba,

,_ of which this is an'amendmcnt) for the redemption of lands return from Havana, the two first depending in the District 'Courtof .I,and which. were put into 'the Post
a& may be inconsistent with the. which have been, or may be, sold cleared out for N. Orleans, and the Alabama, and on appeal to, the Office at Knoivflle at the -sametiifle'haVe ,

provisions of this act, be, and the for the non-payment of taxes, un Ian'for Mobile at different periods, Supreme Court of the United : not reached that depart-
SAme are hereby, repealed; and der the sevcrnl acts passed on the the Marino on the 2nd the Louisa : States,..prior to'the sentence of the i mdnt. 'On reflection t !finl'thilt(
; so much of any of the laws of said second August, one thousand !: the ii isiitunon on the 10th of t last, and the final decree of the. :.the Mail had been'robbed by a fellow -

p: Territory, as are repugnant to :>ie : tight hundred and thirteen ; the Jtne, 1818 ; that they were cap. : District Court ; appeared that named Fickel, and Who has
; .time,are disapproved & annulled.Sec. I ninth day of January, une thousand ture'd in he ssme month, the Ma- the Judge of the Supreme Court 'since been convicted at a small
ri 14. jfnd'be iJurtkcrenuct-: eight hundred and fifttt-j, I rho within one and a half milesof of West Florida on the application town l3I9 ntsville'in (he State of
and the fifth .day of Marcr. one I i the Barrancas, inside, of, the from the panish claimantsof Tennessee; 'be was the deputy
ed That tim several! acts passed I
:by, the G",)vernar i nd i ,Leiji&laiiveCourcil i thousand eight Imiujre\ und sixteen I bar, in tne harbor of Pensacola, these slaves, grounded on the POltm ster. 1i have no doubt but
granting divorces' the for laying ar.d collecting 5. i bji the United States' ketch -Surprise 4th section of the 9th article of that he destroyed! the ;packages
; 1
four first sections of Ad act to i direct tux within the United I commanded by Lieut Me the treaty Florida, and an act of 'herein allu eS tcK '
t amend an &<:t io define crimes," Slates, so fur ithe safte hat ;, Ktever, of the American Navy Congress of the 3d,of March, '1823, : .I. have procured t'be affidavit t of
Louisa outsideof the bar that article into effect a- Colonel ,Russell "which will at.soIndenc1oL -
Sec. approved December tenth, been purci! -.d for, or on b- half to carry you
huuured and twenty-fix of tilt United States, be- revivedanu ylile standing in, by the sam! of- warded indemnity the claimants '
,eighteen and <, lu.net" to prescribe the; be extended for the further ficer';the Constitution 'under the for the whole number of slaves I have the hon to Be your'obedient .

foi' of actions Sec. approvedDecember tens of two years, from and after gUS of Fort Barrancas, by Col. seized at'the time of the"first cap- servant. ..._ : .
ns fifth, eighteen hundred the rxpirauou of tt.t- present its George M. Brooke, an officer of ture, estimating the value o'f them, F. ARMSTRONG; M.'A. D;
and lwen' five the act in addition -I sin of C"'lb":'tifi : Provided, also, .he &rmy, under the command of except two, at 650 dollar, :and To the Hon. 'HENRY Cucr, ,-
: and amendment y ; aa act to.. Thtti, on such i-edtMipiicn: int r- General! Jackson,who then occu- those,at 800 dollars each. It 'appears 1 'Secretory of State.Djrs'rkibr'by .
piedVtst Florida, in behalf of that the actual sales made I ..a"
determine fees &c approved est shall be pa'ni at the rate of
the the United Sates. in Alabama, as well oT the .C Lt1UBIA."? -
December ninth eighteen hundred i twenty per centum m taxes a- a.
and twenty-five.and An act to I ioresuid, and on he 'addition of It appears that these vessels hadon forfeited as 6f the restored slaves, I City of-Washington, $ r.
) twenty per centum chargeable board one hundred and seven i iI averaged but a little more than a F. A. Armstrong: Marshal of
amend an act &c.regulating De- : thereon ; *nd the right oi redemption slaves, recently imported from Africa -I moiety of the estimate of the Com. the District of.Alabath-, Tnaketlj
.prct"t'dingSt" but Havana in missioners. time in the Month ot
htttidrvJ shaft enure, as well to the 1 re-shipped at oatbthat, 'Iome
cemDer and twenty-five eighthj'eighteen'I An act to heirs and assignees of the land, so : the following proportions ; eighty In virtue of the ComnmVioncrs' May or-June last, Col. Richard J.
tide in for; raising a reveue pro-- purchased on behalf of the United i four in the Conslitution/in the Marino -. award, however, and of the estimate Easter, related a cpnversatioh
part, and in Louisa 'contained in it there w I between Wil-
," approved the ninth of December States, as to the orginal owners nineteen the repaid wh'ichlq9k -place -
r eighteen hundred and thereof. four; for which reason the vessels under a discretionary authority liam H. Robertson<< 'ana 'himself, in
-' Appl'oved--Stay 1&, 1826. Were seized for a violation of the vested in tbe Secretary of the relation the 'eighty-fetor Afri.'caas
and the same are _
twrnty-five, --------- -- -
v- -, laws of the United States prohib- Treasury, on the 8th of March imported in the schooner
nrf annulled.
hereby disapproved ,r
I Approved-15th May, 1826. COXGlONAL..' lung the slave trade, and, with and 24th of January, 1825 to theseveral Constitution*:and which had been
the slaves of claimants c'ofisicfcerable 'Hd ordered the
IN SENATE. composing port Spanish libclled, finally by
'" THE their cargoes, were conducted at sums of money, leaving still Supreme Court of the United
[PoBLic-rNo. 40.] Saturday, May 20, 1826. the instance of the captors, to Mobile unpaid, though'Open,to similar demand States, to be restored to the Claim: I
,.. An act for the sale of.a House and"Lot in An Indians act for the relief of the Florida in the adjacent district,of \-- one moiety of the 'fturti 'awarded ants. Believing It 'td be my duty
; New-Orleans, and a Store-House, at was passed. labama, being the nearest' United for the nineteen slaves to Communicate the facts thus
the Quarantine Ground in Louisiana.. Mr. Woudbury moved a recess States' port, for adjudication on which formed part of the con- dicloaec1tp- -the Xjoveramebt, I
until 6 o'clock ; which was car- the that the vessels, demned of the Marino' and Colonel Easter
; Be it enacted by the Semite and presumption cargo requested to embody -
ried. When the
House ofJRefirestntatives of the United question was and slaves were subject to forfei the whole amount awarded as the Ja_ an affidavit the facts com
States of America in Congress about to be put, the Vice-Presi- ture. After the seizure, thus value of the eighty-four .found onboard .. municated, in order that I might'
-assembled, That the Secretary of dent rose and announced the made.-the Constiution was boarded of the Con tit( tiod. transmit.,the.same to the Secretary
Senate, that be should now retire off Mobile Point her Your com. tBal of State which he did and de-
the Treasury be, and he is hereby, from the chair and on way are apprised. application ,
authorized to sell a house and lot, wishedthe to Mobile, by.Curtis ,Lewis cOmm has been made to the HYcrd.the same 'to rue ,in the city
in lloyal street, in the City of health several and members of the Senate ndrr of an United States' revenue President of the United Stales, in of M bi e. 1 retained the Heposi-
New-Orleans, heretofore used for happiness in their va boat. while captain Sands was behalf of Win. H. Robertson, to tion until I reached Kne'xVille in
.. rious
'1 I the District Court of the United their occupations families on their returnto on board the schooner as agent for be release from the' fulfilment t State. TenaesSee, some time .

States, and a public store-house The Honorable and homes. the captor ; that Curtis Lewis remained of the condition1' of a bond in the latter part July or first of
; .. and lot of land at the Quarantine of North-Carolina Nathaniel Macon on board)until the Constitution entered into by him, with certain August last, when t took a copy
after seventeen arrived in and securities on the restitution of the same ( 'whidh is -
:t "Ground, in the State of Louisiana, ballots port, reported a nowtampng
'p whenever, in his opinion, the same of having received a her to the Collector as being before sentence, of the Scnr. my papers is (he, State of A-
-shall be deemed expedient. ed majority President voles of ,the was Senate duly elect captured by him. It may nOt be Constitution, to pay the estimated .b.bama.' The original deposition.
.. Approved-May 15,1826. pro improper here to notice, for the value thereof case of her condemnation :I enclosed to the Hon. Henry
I the tempore Chair, and Mr.was Smith conducted of to application of The testimony ac ; and as applications .Clay, Secretary of 'State, and de
by Mary letter of'the Se- hereafter be made the Secretary Office *
[PUBLIC-NO.41.] land. On the I may to :posited the _same in the Post
taking Chair, he cretary o i State, that Walden acted of the Treauryforthe mo ', at thai place,'and. directed to
An act to coafirm certain hums to Lands his
expressed acknowledgments as sup -cargo ofihe Constitution I I iety unpaid of the estimated Value .Washington City. The substanceof
.4 .in the District* Opelousas,in Louls- fur the honor conferred him.
k Iiana. lie said it would be his on and entered> the cargo at the of the cargo of the Mari o, and the affidavit, as. ,follows :.
constant custom house of Mobile ; that the for the whole amount of that of u William H. .Robertson. a cItI"zen
; '. Be it enacted by the Senate and endeavor- to discharge the duties Register of the Marino was in the the Conltitnhonj or fb&ttie difference of 'Mobile, Alabama: aci -.
; House of Reflresenfatives of the with industry and fidelity, and name of William H. Robertson between the sum awarded by i knbwledged to Colonel Eaaterthat
.United States of America in Con- that he woald use every exertion I and Asahel Gross ; that William! the Jtrdge of West Florida to the. on the"night the Constitution was
) .grcat assembled. That the several to have the business pending, H Robertson entered and bonded Spanish Claimants- the Cargoof i seized at Pensacola, with eighty

claimsvto lands, recommended for brought to a close as speedily as- her cargo at the 'custom house ; the Constitution ad the actual four.Africans on.'board,. 'be went
,, .confirniktion in the report of the possible. and that the said Wm. H. Robert- proceeds resulting from'the sale to his room* wrote 'a letter orJ lei-
'*. ., Register of fhe Land Office ct Opelousas On motion of Mr. King, the son-also claimed, on oath, as a- thereof in Alabam'; andas the tens, signing the name of u*
,:in the State of Louisiana Senate insisted on. their amendment genti; ,in'the name of? Samuel_ Iax- preceding narrative coupled with: .. Frias>_of, "iop.t f,Lthe.eidle< ;*
dated on tilt first day of October to the bill for the relief of the Louisa and her
tone cargo bee the documents referred. to the. com. : tenor letters, consijjtoiBg eigh
one thousand eight hundred the Florida Indians, but the Senate lore the General Court of I '
: Alabama. comprises many facts worthy of ty-four gro'estO John Innerarity.
and. twccty-five, and which are subsequently receded from it. Informations against these vessels further investigation, and suggests and Henry/Micbelet! t ofPensacpla : -
designated in that report by letter Mouse of, Representatives, and their cargoes were filed the existence ', of correspondent with instructions':to place sad|
A, and numbered one, two/ three, aurdayMay2th first in the General.Court for the obligations, which appertain to negroes in some part of thifrsintc
four, eight nine,, ten, eleven, I Mr. Hamilton, from the Committee territory, bat were subsequently the Executive rather than to the: rior "brFlorr al .that he cauifa
1 twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, on the Military. Affairs" remuyed'to the United State I Legislative department "of this. the letter or 'letters'to .be/tra.nU-

-,. .seventeen, .eighteen, nineteen made a report,on the Court Martial Dittriet Court' of Alabama", and ,. Government, the com. recommendthe 1 ted into. Sianuh" after which be
twenty, twenty-one, twenty-two, relative to Col. Talbot Chambers 'proceedings rfere had,in .behalf as adoption, by the':House,.of the I west on 'ward the1aced't1iosefored.papena Constitution*
twenty-three,. twenty-five, twentyix favorable to the courte. of well of thercaptors as of the realor subjoined resolution.RelvthTtthe.' ; .in tic

Z? 0 .. thil'y-one, thirty-two, thirty- proceedings; in that trial i whichwas putative owners of the vessels com. on the hands'of! Daniel F. ..Waldeix, 'wbd.1
:t three, thirty-(our, thirty-eight, ,. '. laid- on I the table and, ,.oreredtQbepiiflLed. and slaves, which 'ened,''.* early suppression .of \ e.&U Y Trade 'be, was'then.tne .agent: "o b board,.$ !dvesi1ued"Watd
thirty-nine; forty, forty-two, forty- : as 1823> jn, the condemnation of discharged. from',the I,further 'coa- B to '11Y .J o
three, forty-four, lorty-five, forty i The, amendment made by the, the.several vessels. 'and their, ,car. ? .IderAIiOnOi1bC' 'several, ;documents letter'dircctIy! t*S'ICoiItethartij '
p ) iXjbny-ie4ven, tQJtl-c: :igbt, fifty .Senate In' the,bill for the relief of. goes, ,as forfeited to the ,United 'reIen'edtbthern; ,in'relation lRi Kr-'i e'''' rw.$'
'1..ci iafty.thiee t fir ,,- ,6rt1.fie, the ,Florida'Indians.waa.taken up. States, the Court reserving'the to the',ilave vessels ,'Marifto, 'Louisa and 1ii.'Ui piiit J 1CIgrdea ;
: :fift'.!) fifty-jiine', sixty, sjxtyaixcytiro ; This" amendment, provides 3oOoOfor distributionof the slaves ,for future and Constitution/: that of U.rtia wb' tffllr KCt7 tht'a, -, -
-oat, ,..iUty-threer sixtyseveaty- i the removal of the Indians ] order.. From these acnteo'cea. they be referred tojthe. rdsldbnt of ftlydbt.to cItrofLdsiaidth
: .' ie,_li ly.ixjta I- I and it' was, moved to disagree to the claimants. appealed; .-to jthe Su- the United. ::States* ,X *'1.H,$1oi

'. '"!it. J1.fh: :,! t '1.ll" wreatyf it;._ After a few. words from.. rpremc. .:Court.v of.,tUc_;,United_ ., States... _* [This- R- toktioa. Wft, ?'ftdopte4. ;]| QMr.-. ....'; -kte'rt, -t '-- c..iig.-- !

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taim'id't'e" .r ,tt !. ,:e'\b1;\ !: i rr"Ufnot be wanting. We embeule or destroy ne sanenotehg! LFEi41 t; NOT1CR \ : .
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dtr tue ,a' .Jlt \0 ,... rtti. ttfr e"T: 1 ftiaicerely; rejoice .thaf .our:. fellowclUzcffc direct ed toch'person, or pot bekiigia. i. ,. '
: : ',: ,of ifce' mechanical cl thorized tp"receive.or open Oiet'eamfit; .DL.JAMES'EWEL.of'Wuhiact. "
: ;; CJ1, t:zEtte! ... sbvtakei :
Jctte _
Or ,
letter 'sATUP4'iWXE2tt826.4.; such, ofl"endcl'lIiall". .on conviction. ,.. thereof '
flrtbcr.atcl.lD .tbeiab1ticit: : ..- the .lead .m. thUJ'usl- sum not-- exceeding dol. I es.to pubfl&b1e seventh, and .greatly .'

the :ccifcwion warVotaufrj. 'on .._.. : "rT.ftiI't. "....:8.-2.., : o. fiei*.' le; tfei' /jubilee!,. be_Barked,._> ltore'offea pay.a .1*'".twcntj i improved i ,edition of his vprkf entitled t&e ,. #

.. the p-irt- of Mr. Hobcrfton j that Among' tte':>lAwi'puSlfl ti eclJn. bisdar.piaill !ttjtU'deraaaitratio&ft. :t'of lf oywor.hy.o1tbeauuu > -- 4'At all office where'newspaPers' are ledicaVCoiopanion, : '
lieferwai i the 9n.el'of Mr. befdund.;'Anactto" a. occaiton which mailed! Postmasters should see that they ", qa '::4 .
he ;vv .V'- *" .
:fiJbertiOfl. ,add that be, bad-not inend the several acts for lh&'establishrnent '- it-it,,qwigaed:to'-- celebrate* worthy are should properlypj4up be foc9arded.ia.tbe and JreCt mail, d., except%None ''J.l.A.MiLYPHYSlOIAN' : f.

bcin eirfployed in the African c,>faT".i rilorialG'
lei, except by' Thomas Shields ? rida.N :., .... \, 'soieai4 -inonurneDt to thememdryof :velopei;and bifeV legible'siiperscripUon., manner, of the diseases..of the 'United,
oot make disclosure 't. those herbs who fell If this injunction; were strictly observed, Stafeis,.with, their fyraptoms,causes,cure*
tbftVhedid ,'iaIf V i'sbIieLan b.-We 'ubtishtoday in her defence in the f tond' warofindeendec'e. the p1mber of failoreis would be greatly regimen and means. prevention;,.c )mi*
with a view to injure Mr. I a Proclamation for. a Public reduced. .,,. '. tnon casesin, surgery, as fractures, dislocations _
but that he would not be the Sale at thel ndOffice'at' TalUS awe e, in "*...... ;" : j Under no circamat' es should any &.c.";..the' 'management' and dis.eases -
I West Florida, on the third Monday in .. -at. --_ .. of women and children
-defiotitary of any man villainy. part'of the mail be left on the route. ; a dipen, ,
The above is the substance of I January,1827,for the disposal of certain. v hew, York, f'JL?.-".Arrived hurt*bflu destination. This may always satory for preparing family medicines rand '
affidavit well recollection Lands situate In the District:: ef'Lands offered last evening, packet ahjps How., 'be avoided by'Postmasters *at toe important a glossary, explainingtechnica- '
the as for sale Tallahassee Sic.We termsi _
fromtlavre offices, kcepgonc' more extra t'to whjchrare a brief ant*
now serves me. I ard, Holdridge, April .....it h2004.... tomv'knfT. nhvsiolofifVnfthi. ...,.. 'hnmtn'hndv__.. ,
-- -
-- -- un
Soon after this affidavit 'was I r-C ra ) "; :"}- 'Save';received I 19-Cortes, Sprague, from Lon J"amjteryteSpectfu1lr.r-- :. '. showing on raticaUiessndcure principle,---I the. '

made, Mr. Robertson called oa Prospectus ora.piper, to be_ published I II don, bringing',advices to the 15th, ''Your obedient'servant, ',. of diseases, an essay bit- .
in with Mr. 'Acre, I in the City of New York, with the above and drimingliam, Cobb, from"'Liverpool JohriMcLeati.Prices'6f'Cbtloii. I hygieine.or pt ofpreseriughealpi. .
me, company .... ... f
and said he undefsldodl 'was' talking ,title. ,.which.. it is said is intended'to. be. "a l.. in the.'short .passage of '- without foe-aid of medicine j an American -' '
Materia Medica
pointing out the vis
: testimony to operate against VuKKTsqf. Imp.ort nce.". '*.Our friends are ,27 days,. with papers to the 'late ,9 M I 'i << tues and doses. of'our" medicinal 'plantsV

las interest Washington City, requested to call and,see the 'i prospectus>> date of the 21st' ultimo. inclusive."In ., also, the Nurse's Guide. .' The wholo

alluding the'bonds cm which he an3",if agreeable. to. them, to 1Uti: aibe.: France, :the law of prirao- ) forming'a.eompltte; guide( to health..,.' "i'

Vas bound for the vessels (Louisa The first number to be publiihed'onthe gen \ure had been rejected; great London,..firil21.;jWjioiders rir Cotton The Medical. .Companion,". when
their firSt fJuly.SiazofLi&e. rejoicings Wtre'' taking place: in Qav.Aga way the. comparatively: unfinished' state way .
and Marino cargoes, f J1. given ; consequence honpred with the applause and '
from which he was 'endeavoring ,.. "-. .- .. consequence. Large collections IS, there has been! rather more of that:high class,pt medical approbation authorities .
Soul .-The two first umbers business dpings the this weekare
: .purchases
in 'Paris for the whom universal
making has
release from the Gove'rri were suffrage placed
'0 a
gti of this work Office
are.at our ready nesrtyl,900 bags Surats at 4 1.2d, '
ment. I told him he wa's mistaken, for.the examination of those who wish {6 Greeks. : a 5 14d, the'e gals at 45.Sda'51.4tJ' at the. head,of.audits t healing! art in the (Jnited.States :- _

'an stated to'him the substance of fee them; 'and'we shall be much pleased and a few Pernamsat. 10 58d. The ac. tested; by the popularity sales of and six usesfulness ,

Cot% Easter's mdavtt, remarking 'receiving the names of those who feel- 'Mw York, May 37.-We have counts/rom Liverpool state tbat market b*d editions fthe work. Encouraged"very
: disposed to encourage'it as subscribers.. been favored with the of heavy,and the prices a shade lower.
to him that Vconsidered it perusal a : ? by such extraordinary'success,the author
my duty t>> forva'd.th affidavitto Price. gl SO per annum, advance. letter froth '""Carthagena of April Charleston* reduced, ,June 5.-Up1an< moveslowlya has deemed, it'his duty, to devote much
p prices. If the rivers
i of Mobile this tirae.and l labor to this subject, and
13thiTceived WAY
the Secretary 'of State. 'Mr. tIt'wih Be perceived on reference 'to by ,) were to rise and fill the. wharves with has endeavored render.

Robertson,complain of 'Colonel .our Congressional Proceedings that which states that a French .frigate produce y would go still lower. The edition more acceptable every to the sUCcessive pubIlic. .
Easter, and said that what'he bad sometime ii) May or June.last Col. Eas. had arrived from Brest with Commissioners general, sales have bren at 8 to 9| cents. ( Having added much new and important e

told him was in confidence a.his. ter related, ,to the Marshal of the Alabama from the Government Very good has been obtained at 8&and9. matter to tl'edition. now con*
did the truth District, a conversation which had previously alf France, loathe Congress of Panama June 6-Uparn1s continue' templated, which, probably, will be tho
out deny
taken place between W. H. Kbbertson -, at the reduced prices of the last: week, last be will publish..will
of the facts stated in the affidavit. and himself, in reration to ,the and. with' as was supposed, principal.sale at.8 extremes 7 a 9.Augusta .be found much more valuable unquestionably than of p
My reasons for 'w shing- tb Tor- Africans_imported: in the Schooner'Can. authority to (orm. 'a .treaty with June 5.-::-The,,advic'e from the former,because he has labored to any correct I
ward the affidavit, :W9s 'to 'prevent stitution; by which it appears that in fact Colombia. The letter adtlsII Europe being _still."more unfavorable re- in this all the errors a;.( imperfect
these Africans,who were claimed as, the = .pectin CviUun, ..We.'wust 'anticipate a
the claimants of the negroes from I there is very great expectations decline in tions that ha hitherto. appeared; bas
propeiiyofSpaniards, did belong to Citi.izetl's ourjiresent quotations ; selections enlarged the treatment cf of'the
the ofS3OOO that Spain will Very soon follow upon most
recovering partof sum : for the French market
any of'Louisiana. 'It may however be "'. command 8 c. diseases, and has introduced several
dollars, which had! been remarked that the timewhen the conversation the example France. Mobile, June 13.-The fate advices. from' others that were not previously noticedV

awarded to'them by Judge Brack- between Col. Easter and Mr. Private accounts from Washington LiverpodI, does not appear tohayeiiadso though highly important to be known. \

cnridgewho 'was'appointed a Commissioner Robertson took place, is not at all mentioned state, that our.governmenthas great ah effect on our cotton marketas The Materia Media and urse's Guide

under the *9h rdce'of which. is to be regretted'as it is been notified that the Congress was supposed. The sales for some' will also, be, considerably improved im'shon.
: of consequence ; no .report ,9f. the kind days past have been mostly at 8j to 9$ the author has
spared no pains trend
cf Panama will assemble
with .be
the treaty Spain to award select at
having been heard at the time 'the claim cents- parcels 10, and inferior \his new edition of his w rk as
damages to such subject of ;heKioe was under consideration 'fy.the'Judge of fore the month of October The down to 7&.-The decline, of freights ;complete and-perfect as it was possible%

of Spain, as had been'injured this District, &3 Commissioner under the departure of our Ministers will probably has a tendency to keep up the. for.him to,make it., '.f ,

in their property by the forcer o!r nlnth'artrcle'pf the Treaty with Spain. therefore be deferred that time.: price of cotton. _, From the well established character of

the United States. Walden having Had his'conversation been..divulged at The last advices TronS central = :the ".Medical companion ," whidh is ace
that time, if previously held, the claim knowledged bythe most ...
month Dttml competed
received rfifiy-th'rce fcf the negroes America, state that in the g1lVi;
would have been rejected.. judges to be better alct'l instruct _-
by a decree of the Supreme The "considerable 'sums of money" I of February, an insurrection, favor domestic practitioners ,than any other I

Court, and having sold Uiefn In mentioned in the report, as having been .of the "Royal l 'Government of Tout of Tfcnsaco\a? : .*work of the same kind that has been prer '

ten days afterIvards; at. Mobile, paid to the Spanish/Claimants, we presume Ferdinand, broke out in the State J" tented to the public, it may appear'supet ..
nth a view to 'claim ;pf the 'Government -I were the one half of the nineteenslaves of Costa Rica, headed by Simora, ARRIVED. fluous tolsaue proposals for publishing by _

the 'ditfererice 'between imported In "the Marino and the a native of the, country The '. June 18.":'-Schr. Alabama Packet, Roy, subscription,a.new and improved edition*
amounts awarded for 'the ;goods which government New Orleans. as he flatters himself it would have met
the award and the sum the negroes were'on baird 'the'Constitutiori, Marino however, had promptly .21.-'Schr. Boat Aurora, Mack, Mobile with a ready sale: But the author's ere .
sold for, which waft about. '33,000 and Louisa: at the time those vessels put an end to th& futile attempt .. Schr, Carolina, Rabassv 41 days from diility, in believing every man honest un

dollars. I told Mr. 'Robertson, were seized: ; which goods.'still appear to with the loss only a few, lives, New Otleans,.bound to Matanzas, put 1n til experience demonstrated to the con*

from his oWn statement' to -'Colohel I have g' been. Spanish pfroperfy.. : & Samora and his principal officers for Stores &c. trarv., has so far impoverished him as to
-,,"'HW'IOJ'A LLU41-- _. .ENTERED. leave him destitute of.the means of improving
: Easter, they were not entitled had been taken, tried: in the Civil -
From the JfdtiohalJournal.Semthoie his condition at tlis.time wilh011 -
June 19Schr. Thom, Campbell New ; -
to the negroes, and that I should Jnti'on,.-:The party of Semi- Court, and banished. Orleans. the patronage ofa liberal public. .Instead

prevent,.if possible, their getting'any nole Indians who have been for some 30.-.-Schr."Elizabeth,Torsyth. New Or- of realizing a fortune, as he ougftb
thing'from the United States.F. dayb In Washington on a mission to Government In the c.rcular'the Poatmofiter :'Gen leans. to have done from the sale.and as be had '!I-

W. ARMSTRONG, M. A. D. left Us on Thursday morning, eral, our readers generally, and printersof I 21Schr.: Hamet, Garcia, New Or every reason to expect, from the popu. .
for New-York, to proceed thence by wa newspapers more particularly,have e- :, leans. larity of the" Medi al Companion," his
Sworn and
I to, I subscribed, this ter, to Florida. The object of the visit vidence of the diligence and energy of CLEARED. pnly reward for loss'of timp, expense of "
22d of March, 1.826, before me/ of this delegation was to obtain an extension that officer in the discharge ,ofhia impor.tant labor and the sacrifice of a lucrative? J
R. C. WE1GHTMAN, J. P. their'lands.in the'territory.I. pUDlic duty. It was high, but not June 16..Scbr Mary Groves, Mobile. pr:1cticeofhi..pro'' i ,in rendering his _
: 17.-Schr. Two Friends, BeauvaLs, New
undeserved, praise bestowed on him dur-
.- work worthy of being laid before.the pub..

'DISTRICT o? COLUMBIA, 7 All the officers and men heretofore stationed ing House the of last Representatives Session, in debate that the in the Orleans.21.-Schr. Thorn. Campbell, New Or. lie, has been to witness and submit to a '. .
at Key West, together with the salary deep laid and organised\ system of fraud, .
Washington County. J **. annexed. the office of the Post Master leans, with 12,000bricks by J. Non ega. which the whole
have been transferredfrom by
f Gilbert C. Russell of Alabama, public tbat property IsUnd to Pensacola, where General ought to be raised, in order to re. .. SAILED. has been diverted from his own hands profits, ,
a lain the services of Mr.McLean in that office.JV'at. June 11,--U. S. Transport Schr. bur. toy
'came before me, R. C. Weight' naval depot is es.tablisbed.-It enrich the pockets of others. To use .
'Justice of the Peace in and after the appears Int. ., prize, Wilson, Mobile Point. the of
DaD, a that departure of the military 1. language distinguished publiox]
for said County, and on oath de force, some of the persons on ihe Island ;;- = spirited character and an accurate observer

dares, tbat in'J uue'hslt, in the city were guilty of irregularities-but From South Jmenca.-. By the arrival of NOTICE.WILL of man, as expressed in a letter to ..
were effectually checkeu by the collectorof the ship Charleston, Captain Hitchcock, H \ a friend of the author, in speaking* of hi* ..
of Mobile : the Marshal of ;: : be sold at Public Vendue
the at
the port, who, in virtue of his office as from Curracoa, we have t files.of papers to misfortunes, CI He< literally fulfilled the '
District.. of Alabama shewed him ajustice, of the !?eat?, 'appointed a staff a late date. t Captain II. confirms the report chelet Auction IStore of Henry Mi. scriptures.-He fell, among ,thieves, Mie
the statement of Richard :J. Easier officer "to administer corporeal p&1nish.1ment of an insurrection at Valencia, under i on Saturday the 24th day of June was a stranger,and they took him in'-
instant, at 10 o'cl I6k A. M. a'rtlcles
the This General Patz. Several of the principal I sundry but did. not feed clothe him
Esq. yf said city, in his own to delinquents. was so they nor '
FUDiture.an. be.
inhabitants had been killed forces Wearing Apparel, "
faithfully'done, that no further occasionfor they plundered him outrageously.
baud writing to the Estate of Col. Miller
containing longing John
proper under Paez, whose consisted of ,
the services of the officer have since army Should the public,for whose good ho
the voluntary admission of a certain been required.-JVo..'Int. from 2 to 3,000 men. He was said to be; late of this city,, deceased. has dedicated his time and talents, think

Wirtiam H. Robertson, of on his way to Carracas, to seperate that : W. Bas 11 Hunt, proper again to extend,to him its patron- .

said city, atso, respecting the 'forgrrif FiiANKFonT part the.republic from' the other two : 'I -. ddminittrator.Pensacola age and support, he will guard with great
ft And frauds that had ben Ky. May 2eaucnUmp'a and make it a distinct Government. I ,.June 16th-16-2w. er vigilance and, circumspection its favors -,
7V/af.-The evidence Bait. American. and wili very soon present to it the
with President of the United
himself the aid Bythe
practised by was cio.ed ou Monday last, I sevenh edition pftya work ; which shall

of others', to save the negroes: ; imported and the arguments'commenced on Circular ,to Postmaster States. \ be acknowledged far superior to any of,

iu a vessel ctlled the Constitution 1"'ue'daymornmg.: Mr. C. S. Bibb POT-Ol'lICa: DU4R1'Jlurr,1' ..1' : fir pursuance of LAW, I, Joaw QUJITCTADAKS the former editions, both as to nnyttcp
which were seized in the r.I: President of the United States and execution .
opened the case on the part of the 26th >1ay, l J 5 .
harbor ol P'nc la,in the year Commonwealth and SIR have madeof America, do hereby proclaim and make CONl3ITIONS.I .. I
been .
was followed -Complaints lately known,'that a Public Sale will be hejd at r. ,
1818 ; hai the Marshal, F. W. by 'Mr. Maye.. Messrs. La- the delay and occasional loss of newspapers the.Land Office al Tallahassee: in West The seventlTedition,corrected,revised"i .t

Armstrong', declared his intentionto cejr, Richardson and Pope, arguedin sent by mail. These may be attributable Florida, on the third Monday in January, enlarged to more than eight hundred pa*
send the said sutement of R. J. behalf the in some cases, to the careless 1827 for thedisposal of the Lands situ and bound ju; the best nuuner. will
Easier, to the Secretary of State prisoner at very manner in which papers are prepared for ate in the District of Lands offered for delivered to subVcnbcrd at fi.c dollars
United great length. Mr. Pope closed the mails but, in others, they are believed sale at Tallahassee and in the townships per copy ; being.the same for which the
of the States* for the purpose his argument at eleven on Friday.. to arise from,the inattention. design hereafter designated, viz'J last four editions were sold. To uon-eub :
of guarding. the Treasury I I The Attorney General, Mr. Den- of Postmasters. It is feared that Fractional 'townships No. 1 and 3* .: .. scribers, the price will be six dollars, but -

from the fraudulent designs of ny, then 'commenced concluding some of them are forgetful of theirduty north of Range No. 2j weat, a the riatrons .of the work- will_be tint up- ;:
Robertson and his coadjutors speech and a3to' consult the convenience ot Fractional, township No 2, north of o plied, wjthpul! regard tp.the.expense of # .
was proceeding horse distribution.
on !routes by retaining 2 transportation
No. west
Range ,
that he advised the Marshal to :
when this article went to press OB a part o'the packets, when the mail. is Fractional. townships No. 2 and I' 3 -;:::, N. B.-In ihe former notices which ) -
&ct General Jackson to vouch the Frill ayThe e'eDing.'Commtntat r so large that the usual number, !of bags north of Range No. 3, west, itBo have ,been circulated. .announcing the ,.
character of Hatter ,so that his cannot, contain it. Others, it 13 said, be- fractional townships No. 2 and 3 contemplated publication of a new ..edi ,

statement should have the more wife of J. 0. Bt r1c'hatnp.- ing more culpable' retain newspapers to ..nortfi.of$:ange No. 4, west tion of the Medical Companion noj men, '
weight-that he heard Robertson Recent disclosures read them.tt moment's reflection mustconvince Fractional township No. 2,north of ,, CI tion was made of the places whe sub '. '-
few afterwards Easter have induced every Postmaterguilty of either .Range No. 5, west, . 'fiS scription papers: would be lodged,"for the '
say, a days strong, suspicions. that Beau- of these charges, that he trifles with the Fractional No.3, north of convenience of those who might be'"disposed .

bad betrayed confidence, in champ's Wife was accessary with obligation imposed by his oath of office, ,Range No., S, west. ; v : to give it their patronage.. Thp"; __ ';
disclosing what he had told him, him to the murder of Col. Sharp. and ihodid be held responsi l for such Fractional townships No. 2,and 3, u M author has been advised of this omission -'

but that he did not care. A warrant for her bas grbs. violation of duty. north of,Range No. 6, west, : by the receipt of several letters'of inquiry '" ,.
That the statement of Easter arrest accordingly Publishers of nepapei4, and their Including the County adjacent to the fom various sections of our.country,as to> .: i
been despatched to the subscribers;.as wcU.as Postmasters, are town oft1uincy. .... this fact. He.jvouid therefore-respect: ..'I --
made Robertson to have said, that of whence she requested to report to the Department aH solicit l .
County Simpson, Also, townships No1.3,4: and 5, north fully ditdrs Newspapers, BoolV -
If be prepared and furnished Walden has been brought to this toWn} irregularities In the 'reception" of papersforwarded.in of Ranges 9, 10. 11. 12, 13 and 14 west, .sellers, Country me bants,,and other -

the raaster of toe -schooner where she, awaits itt examination the mail \ and an assuranceis including the Chipola country, and part .gentlemen,' who maybe 50, far pronaptedlby t I'
Constitution, with the letters and giveii, that wbere-tbe irregularity shall of the Holmes' Creek settlement. .. ,motives of philanthropy, either' :to '
shewing that the of her case by Justices of the be proved to.havee. i produced by.,the Also, fractional sections No. 8.3,7 8, the author or the publicV-as, to 'take .aa : 'a-
c. papers taken board negroes Pcace, ,after theJriaV now pro* negligence or design' or-any contractor, lQ, 11, U, 15,17,18,21, 33, 23, 2?, 28, interest in its disMhination, ,to receive "' .
,oo that vessel belonged greasing is concl .':_Idem.JV postmaitet or clerfc-Vic moat effectual! 29,3Q and 31, in fractional townships;>> No. >> ,and for, very ten'responai* tsubMcriptionai .--
to one De Frias of Havana, !tepl.MU be taken 'topreventits reciirrente. 2,'nortt. of Range 4, east; .and fractionalsections. ble'subscribers, a handsome cppy'o/.the #

and perhaps une David' Nagle, inw.hvse m the Baltimore; American \ No. 23, 24.,25. 26, 35 and 36, iu: work.will.begiven., The encouragement ,
: hands the libels were filed, I We were gratified'observe by ,It u often' dfas much jmp'ortaiice to,the fractional township No, 3, nqrth of,Range already received; ,justifies the ,author' in ......
public and always as e* .utia1 to thc re. the belief able .
4 east all of vtyich fractional! sections: are ; that he.jlhah be to.present
graying restitution of the property, I the. .notification, published in yes putation of, the ilhat; newspapers bounded* by the.Lake MicJcMuk-e.! : .,, t: the,,woclc: Jo the, public .intie, COP.raC of ,.' :
and !tit t he (Roberts-; ) gave t rday'$ American, that a meetingof should be speedily ani safely transmit.ted .. The sale cdmme'nc* with the lowestiuimter I tHree or(pur months. A'there ..ill, be 1. f ;- (

,himself c'redi for hit ingenious committees from several mechanical as jetter I and an ,iIlvidu..1wIi u of section, township',and .Range, but! few* more copies p ublihd than sab '. : : .::>

'dexterity,.in saving the property associations bas been inattentive to the forajer, ii unworthy 6J and to,proceed in th'e order.deignated.,athis.Proclamation scribed for, it ui:desirable jUiat '.connplet .-.' oi American citizens who owned i held' the' being trusted' with* tIle //UtteK: He is-a ; ,.. r. .- returns should be mad. .u speedily aspbwible. ;; : .
on .ubject'ofcefebi'atiog; stranger to that h'igtijtncentive to duty, The lands reserved by Uw for the ut e Editors Newspapers throughout ,"" : ..
the slates., ... ..' with appropriate splendor and which arises from an 4lentdesire to elevate schools, or brother purposes, and the the United States, will promote, th.u.sc ...r.
The' statement:of Easier closed pomp, inc fiftieth anniversary of the character of j the Department, fractional sections bqunded by the Georgia :- of humility, and confer:a tint .

ty skying, that, ahhougJi .he did American, Indepcsdesce;. 'When by giving the utmo$ efficiency to iu line, will be excluded froni: .sale.jlven 4 obtigadon on the aateorf by giving the .
'tot,Wiib.to Hobirtson Baltimore; b'&oicludertake operations. 1 j' -( under my hind at the City.ofWasjiington I above ajn, nnthe.XpCGtiVep*-, i'eraJ ;
iiji&rC'rk .. : .. ae. ... to In the Post.lI .and tliosa Editors"whovraay: : bama /
he ce I>whit, is'provided!: this 20th day.of May, A.D. 1 ;! ,
< : waa ,,,ilhgJ ,be'the depositary ; do a thiDgj we dot,only know _that that, .'if any ,pcrson/lemployed any l86. 1 the goodaeM tg cbjnpljr" wiUrthui, ugje>\' ..

of any.," .rfl15 ,1111"r it'will. tie done l ,.but: thatIt will be department of the fosUOffice' hall improperly Jo111iQ. 4da.Di9; tion/ are requested to s ad to he, autUer.V '?' .

.- .GILBER. ..C. RUSSELL.Sworn 'well jdottft jikev .. The first call !detain, delaL embezzle_ or.'destroy the \ '. pap CODtaiD1DC-tUIo.p $xl ,, tkhe .. : .,
By President( may know to 'wbota heii: indebt d '
anynewspaper,4rshafl perinit -
their any .
C :
&dsutcrThed follow .
orthco'operaEb-of: 7
tot ,
: ; other p.erson.to:jlo thee cj?,shall open"' 4kaham, ", ;. at's ome future &ae, ,flatten, himself.hethall >. .
of '
32ji. Match'J ,126, jfor&M'. : citizens, has originated with them, or P.CflUt.aDr.oth! r irsontc opeq, 1. .- l.'-' ; _CfflUl11M hareitho. poweA_ *J be,"bw tha '
\&t W G T t- ': j :!11 '1 : -C sore*:tbAt'thia: : c a RC saal or f&cict of 'LDue' or II\alI ZT-Zr.: sraIL a4 Ok ,: I. tioii. ;taui.: r.*.,
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V 4 ,Y NOTICE. I'mHB. Dewing of the Grand t Q )

,tt baLi': .lWr, .- .CXt. 1:1 1 ETTEfcS Testamentary,on the estate City'JL 'ori ed'Lottery the 26th took ufc.place The fallowing in W .;x J n.'l_ '..'. !: :51'f:" '..

( !. :: ,L4'otTiiiwe LSOHCIO Paixro,deceased, the the 'o 'N'Jg'= 'r. -J,. : : .
,. 1 Ms naczcta azut. bavingbten grant d to tb i subscnberbytbe.Countjr.Court ... ', ..., :'f; : i -
life pDiTOftM you,think:the annexwi whichOiey.itaad.viii; r. "" t' : bf ;r'dtflltrt:
:- of rEBcambia County: / : CJ.,
Y' .! 'scrap worth a phcem, .,our, poet's all persona barfuig demands against faid 425. ; : J ),"T1".tlie: } ... .Ie-r'ft t...

corner It is &rtiJ1YOU!' service'J'iti estate are requested.to present the same ..Ikrlngpnie tickets,n.' "' jfi3r,PAlP ibt.
y ,
favorable reception'may elicit farther effusions immediately, and those indebted are de* bove Lottery;are invited to deposit iUIe2Lthe..C' : .awn Jpt Q4

-0 4.. from: the same source. I tired to,make' payment to' with'the tutscriber, with orders to .' Its, coteanU comniunily, .ptp"
The Indians'air said to cipetutetSeirpassage in the tickets of cfN cz.ua.}
Michelet proceeds ....
the placing a Hy. ,_ comm.unjcajipnf *r. .. .
( across Drivers, by drawn Lottery ; Iedi l ')
r1 bunch of brush in'the bows of heir .cailoes Urrctffff \ Wfluefl religious.aentfasent f : Tas-
as a substitute for a sail-one of Peroacola, June l6thr126--i68t. ;. all, whetherJ>*Bter' ,
them having unwisely spread too large entor. Yates imd I retelatien, mal\
he MAIL"ARRANGEMENT. 1'tiisacols19 M&j1826- s freely: provided th & dterEh *
ft clue, the breeze freshening was unable 1, -
: to cliarige bis position in his frail \ morals Iafrect sheet, litk new Btttj,
vessel, in order to take in a reef abandoning Claiborne Mail. DAVID.C.. PIN IUIA editor:has adopted ,at.the etaeanfe:

liimself to the mercy of the gale flSVUE\ on Thursday at, 3 P. M. : convictioa,.that, regulations'h tyhe*
'bt lay in the stern of his boat and exclaimed JM$ Closes on Friday at 12 ')I. Councilor at Law the sacred duty of,man: in the Statt,
: fixed his residence at God alone for' .his 'probably arrive'
j :
:: *. Too much brush for a small un "- 'practice law, in the fears not the ful ;-asd the first n5J
I Due every other Monday at 12. M. of Escambia Walton Jackson, is mighty and powe diateJ1 theritfter.

4: ;like the Indian when sailing across the Closes the following Tuesday at 12 and Leon Counties, aid alsoat This work ha* & ,,".and will xuk djg_

; I' broad Lake o'clock M. lie may be found at his office. !& n..ror'more than friends,and_will serve
We find in theh-travels,there are not W. Hasell Hunt, below the Post Office. commenced a' be done without ala.

-4 a few, Post MasterSetting 'PenucolApnl14th,1826tf; t vo, form,,-it is ,well- Wai know *V n'':..
--- ---- -
r "Wh8wh: n they embark on their ro>'aging, i .... ---- liberal minded me ha'dees-not ;:beion: *

,. [ ? take. off 31tV'\ Warehouse at 8t dium..ck.f valuable ) *, to t&attest*,
l the of free
sBy far too much brush for a small ca. Subscriber, having determined progress --, succeed or
THE subscriber has of the advances ortJ .
J; noe. bring his business to a temporary TIlE .
close, will sell or? at reduced prices; for landing at St. Huts, a divestingittetf of : ced a considerable
When I fallow 'dash out at the dious and secure W WAREHOUSE have hitherto republican '
see a gay Cath or approved paper his present stock principle*
'Ball, consisting of he is prepared to receive goods, of the human to' be',indefatigable

\ a The theatre,tavern ; though not worth Fine & sup. blue and bl'k broadcloths, on Storage or Commission. Terms,of subscription dev tion to the pub
within six months
sous, Blue, bl'k.ttuxed and ribbed drab casi. \Vm. 'V cuttoarary at txn
I cannot help.thinking, you'll soon get meres. St. Marks, Dec. iiOth, 1826.-27- in advance \ no D.*trr, but baa erased
a fail, Tartan & Caroline plaids, bombatettes, for lest than: six month the sameand ffitte.

You've a deal too much brash for your Valentia, tbilinelte'and Marseilles vest. S 50 REWARD. advance.. Those "- .MYDUffr

little canoe." ings, assorted, and pay for ';1-3,..1826. ,
BPk senshaws, sarsnctts, figured bl'k 'r )ANA WAY, from the a sixth-gratis. "
The woman who tosses her held in high silks,' 'Lb Judge Garnier on the 26th Communications, free ( ,
last, two 'negroes, vizBILLY: to B Bates, 380
scorn White satin green fforence, Administration on the
And trtacs with contempt every thing in Bl'k and colored canton crapes plain will receive John Uille .deceased
Editors of
her view, and figured, tflti about:35 years of:age 5 papers the robacr&er, by
J I feel much disposed, as a friends thus to Women's worsted coloured & silk hose, feet 6 inches high, and are respectfully insertion in their the County,of Es* "

' varn, Coloured briees, Men's beaver gloves, LUCY an having demands a*
II you've too much brash ,on Just ) \
got your Women's wiute and coloured kid do. 11!requested to
little canoe." Dress ar.cl f nlitl1re-prints, Ginghams, i about 45 years old, 5 present
feet 5 inches the above place, the and those incebt.
I high,
Coloured Cambricks, Dimity bed RAMMOHUN to
: The fellow who swaggers and bullies! and Plain and figured book muslins,.: dark mulatto. The above reward Reformer; .Hasell payment Hunt
swears, Collarette, '. I paid ou delivering said slaves: to with a correct ,
And blusters around-while it's calcr. Cambric and mull do. Insertion?,. Pensacola I will pay 25 for I Administrator.'

., 1 he may do, White tulle, plush, striped muslins, Geo. 'W.' boards mans, i826--48; r-.8w.
: But as soon as the slightest breeze blows Gingham robes, Bolivar stripes, aTJc Editor of the Mobile \ likeness, i '.

-off he wears ; Bangup cord, bi'k silk velvet, is requested to insert this twice, I ... I SALE.
Having got too much brush on his little Brown holland, yellow nankeens, Executor
ward the account to this office. ,rr: \ I of the list
canoe. Irish linens in demi.pieces, long lawn, Pensacola, 26lh May, 1826-13... of Francisco

-_Barrancas--'f June.__..*__14._ .. B.J Linen cambrics, threads assorted, I &D. committed to sacnla deceased, offej .
: Ribbons assorted, I April, ulL a negro '
.. property; belongs
A lJNG.: U'k! antI colored Galoons, SALT. the said deceased m

Waist belts and buckies, flag h'kfs. of Tract of Land
; A lauy asked a gentleman the Cashmere Gros de Naple,andgauzc do fij\rJ\\fj\_ _\ of Bushels Schr. Hope Allum Salt \ ; *

I time of the day. He said he keptno Artificial flowers and wreaths, tapes, Ragged Island,just landed and

'. watch, and that in the morning Bl'k O rich feathers pearl buttons low. Enquire at the store of J. } 6 feet and three '
Chanticleer was his time-piece. : Coloured flag, rnadrass h'kfs. Cravats, or of the subscriber. inch high of a -
Linen checks, land 4-4 co. do. J. be has a bold look .of Bayou de la
1 did not know, rejoined the Jerrison
Domestic and shirtings,
plaids stripe
to be'ery of San Mary de Gal
, 4 lady, till now, that the fowl was i Co. ticking, bear duck, sheeting, Pensacola May 15thr, 1826. about twenty-seven one mile* from the

BO scientific a crownologer." I Letter paper, spelling books, ql1 ns'j to Mr. Isaac and a

.. An impertinent poet having begun Scissors. pen & pocket knivts, I Cordials, Bitters, & County, State of

to read to a certain person a incases, I subscriber has 'identifying ;mrki & LOT
I Table knives and forks razor straps SjfXHE lately :
"- poem of his own making, abked and paste, v r on consignment;' JP. :S. ) ," f' t

him which of his versus were the Needles, pins thimbles fiih hooks and 15 cases Liqueurs F ,. ,
;- best ? He answered, those thou lines.Spectacles. 10 do. wine bitters 'Ci lot fronting oa
containing feet
.. hast not yet read for the;' have in cases, toothbrushes, ,May 5th, 1826. ; and. 'known in the"
3 bbls. bounce
Whip, hand and cross-cut saw file, cheriy I' '
hoi made head ache. number 112
J- .. Gun, locks, gun flints, ALSO. will be. toLl Art
: United States of America Brittama,tutania & tinned iron spoonsjStock 30 boxes Vermicelli the".pUr hUe
and locks cut mon; .
pad tacks
District of West Florida, 88. Shoe pincers and hammers. awl blades All of which will be sold very low .1'f ?;- .-.-&.. JNE half on lot and the to be remainder'.secured

WHEREAS a libel hath been filed in and hafts, sales. .;; 8 G 170 feet deep, mortgage on' the
# : Court of the United Screw augers mortice chissels, l J. Jerrison 1 thereon. .Lf .. ,
: States for West Florida, on the 14th day Wire and hair sieves, frying pans, I Pensacola, May 19th 126. One quarter of a lot, !
a Quina.I
of Weeding hoes trace chains --
June 1826 by Robert Mitchell Esq on Alcanes Street,
'; Collector of the Custom? for the Port and Men's superior.and common saddles, AN ORDINANCE Cuna Street. March 1826-3tf.
t District of Pensacola, against- certain Fine and com. plated curb & snuiHc One quarter of a lot ... h ,
bridles Regulating Drays in the otkt ,:
schooner without .
:.. name,but by some on Cuna Street'by
called the Jupiter," her cargo tackle, Saddle bags,collars, martingals, of Pensacola. One half of a lot tfo. ,has been ingetothe
t apparel and furniture ; stating; that the Men'r fine &, low priced shoes &boots, said Cuna Street, by. United Stat fortb l
Ordained the
t Women's shoes if by Board of
said schooner was seized for a violation morocco and.prunella JJ terms apply toAmbrose described notes
of the revenue laws, on the day of Children's shoef straw bonnets, men of the City ofPentatola, ,
June, 1826 within the District of MISsissippi Wool hats, beaver hats, castor &rorum and after the passing of this to Beniamia
hats the price Of Drayage shall not or
r in waters navigable from the sea of Diicoun
for vessels of ten tons, near Cat Island, Cotton cards, sleeping. brushes, thirty-one and a fourth' cents, Juan ,dated JE'hK .

fcaviig no commission, manifest, licensor COtto bugging baling twue, transported to any part of the May 5th, 1826 1819, g 100
ofience .
papers of any description, and under Imp. & young: Imon tca. loaf sugar, every against tb Chas. 9.
the command of Andr l'Iiaiuri( and Madeira, Teneritie and Lisbon: wines, Drayman, or owner of the Dray, LIVE 1st .
May, 1825 lOG
a was at the time and place aforesaid! laden Cognac brandy, Holland gin, feit ahd pay the sum of three ti .
with goods wares and merchandize, $up. chewing tobacco, common do. 2. lIe it further Ordained, That NAVY CoMMissi05ERs': > Joseph. ,
foreign growth and manufacture, and ,"Best brown sugar Havana coffee, any Drayman or owner of a Dray 'V.1SIlIfGTOll', 27th ) May 1818y. 100
le to Cbas
subject to the payment of duties. Cut nails assorted, German steel, requested to transport any EALED proposals : ;S. I'
1 It ;is further stated, that afterwards, to Sweet oil,I lamp do.copperas, wood, lumber or any other article, l until the 31st day of May 182550
wit : on the 5th day of June in the present Vinegar, pepper, allspice, to he transported in Drays, it shall supply of Live Oak 4th Oct.
year.that sad* schooner ''by some Brown soap, sperm nl tiHo! candles, duty to comply,unless previously of three frigates, 10
called the Jupiter," the said Andr Window! glass, cider in boxes, to perform similar services, or of which, with 1800 to J.'Coney
: some other excuse deemed timber, to be Jm.1817, 20
Chafaun being the real or pretended Gunpow'ler, lead and shot assorted, < .
mas' r. entered tle Port and Harbor of Castings, ovens, pots, spiders and andirons the Mayor; andfor, each refusal' fore the 1st day of b1e to P. Seip
Pensacola, within the District of West p I coQipliauce,be:'shall forfeit,and of the Navy,Yards .Jan. 1817, 2[)

Florida,and in waters navigable from the Tin and crockery ware assorted. sum of three dollars. and Philadelphia.
sea for vessels often tons- without commission Northern lard, hams, 3. He it further Ordained.:rhsit all Oak beams for a- 84
; manifest license or papers of any Mackerel and mess beef in haf! barrels shall be numbered on the near ,to'be delivered at
kind, and being laden with goods, Shad No. 1. beef coUhsh; &c. fccc* &c. conspicuous manner, and the York.. '.!' notes were en
wares and merchandize, as above stated, J. Jerrison jr. be specified the licenses to be of instructions, deliver*
the duties on which, not having beenpaid Pensacola % out by the owner of the Dray, P Haines, Boyd,.,of the Schoon -
,June 10th, 1826.
or secured. uon compliance with this 'VI. which saeJ

In obedience to the above libel l, and John} de la Rua, 1We Dray man or owner of the Dray Darrington, this port, on the 17U
the order and monition of the court there ... be entitled to receive drayage. and Catha IN bound to Raped J*
on, under the hand and seal thereof top the heirs of Turner I 4. Be it further Ordained King, Adm'x. : of salt sad nofharmg
zae directed: and delivered, I do Stark the the owner of any dray shall be the heirs of Wm. I 1 ,it is supposed perish*

Hereby 'Give Notice heirs of Jos Phil. >. IN PARTITION. any damage or iDJury done to deceased. j I. .

., to all and singular, lips, R. K. Call!, through the carelessness or toa writ. & Nistet$,
interested every person or per- James Ramage, & the driver. : rected to us from the May, 1826-:-10--.w6n>
sons in the said schooner, her all others concern 5. He farther Ordained That the Western "
cargo tackle, apparel and furniture, that ed and forfeitures provided for in at the next term On'8 '
they appear before the court aforesaid,at t.t !, _
rk pursuance of a writ of partition is- nance, shall bo recovered by will on th. tenth : '
the Court House in Pensacola, at the &A. .] .Inure
jJL sued from the Superior Court in ;and before the Mayor, for the benefit to make
next term thereof then
,- .: their aad there, to for the Western District of Florida, to us City of Fcnsacola. of land, bounded as honored with the'cons
c fifiakf interpose their allegations claim for in the same, and directed;and returnable at the next term Passed, May 31st, 1826, Beginning atGalvez's : 3FPERSON'S'LO1"-:
behalt l
of said Court we the undersigned parti- P. Alba, due north and west infonn'thc' .PubKc -
i : William Sebree, ticners will proceed to make partition ofa Hora. L. to include said spring, > in regard .to
Marshal IV. F. certain tract of land, lying and being in Higley; hundred -will.be ready for

Pensacola, June 16th, 1826.-:-16-3u Escambia County, containing, four hundred a 'ecut-&i'y. a certain other tract' abort time, and-the
Ir ', arpens more or less, commonly called Approved, June 1st, ity of Pensacdla, and .in its particulars -
Marshal's Sale. a
*. the Gonzales tract; held by the afore John J ,.. the fauxbuurgs arc fxtd at !b!
: .nj>N vlrtpe of an order or decree of the said John de la Rua the heirs of Turner 4-3t: feet wide, having' -
__. _, _, *,each.
jt& Hon. II. M.-Bra tenridge. Judge of Stark the heirs of Jog. Phillips, R.K. Call n. on said street, and
:the United States District Court, for ,the and James 'Uamige, as tenants in common NOTICE.BY. as to include in the opened' on. S'atiuda7 -

&.'JDiswict of West Florida and agreeably to ,-=and! this notice is given to. the a. the ,instructions of d arpens. The .OflJte, en,1UI1f'-TicVI l :
; monition issued by the 'Clerk of'said fpresoid:tenant and all others.co cerped,-. Master, Gegicr4it'is made si Topic by the'aaid' I : applications for Get-

Court .and to me directed, I shall exposeto to shew cause if any they have, why the of the Post' Maitejf' to put,in! ea the late Wm. from' Lad'mand
i .. sale, and will sell,to the .highelt bid. aforesaid tract of land should not be partitioned all letters whichr'afe' deposited] in common there. ; or pth rwis t '
der,tj,cash, on Wednesday the 5th day -pursuant to ah,act '* to providefor Post Office DnefIY'M before ... .D. .J. : \ce paid,'cnolaw!'% .
ofJily.'it, at the Custom House, in the the partition of lands in this Territory. clorintfofUul; .Tne un 4 4eiitadWthrL.
City c4 fccaasolatbe schooner by tome ." Said partition 'be entered carefolljr atttfided( tobt
upon ed cannot be responsible for the d : : '

: -.jrel- .furniture and boat ; the laid cargo Hy. Michelet, office as early as'above' 'm ntioD James-B \ Wtehingfo&Cifjr. .
I ....: .;' consig-of cofl.'ee, taffia, corn, being desirous of accornmo t for-the' "
wine rice, paper oil, lard &c. &c. .Jos. C. Keyser, Public,as far at>in'his power, he -- -. Thoaas ntOflOf the itIna&
: seized by' toe: Collector of the Customs Francisco P. Palm, all letters whicli ate, deposited c 3t e1s:$ : ,e,# ...'W j ", f. it.
fur the Port and District of Penu- in which U, j*are.to is r- .
: Joseph Noriega packet; go ..._ :
tcola, fora violation-of the revenue laws it I ly closed. The orthern'' Mail :"rfl. % s., ,
z I 4'of the Unitecttattu: appers by libel, P. 'AlbaHenry ,' the most importaclast will always .IS ptice h..Hm t .. .. .. '

..filed in tie ClerkVOfice. : of said Court, made 'l H AT at the :next. 9WJ .nt ,
: :. :on the.Uth day of.bzne.i326: ,against the II Wilson, up.. % .. 'U.. &'thecount .C Qrtil: : =,,:,Of .1 ,. 'tf.
I Gco. R. .- .: ; 'and vouchers J iieli. :
-, aid schooner, caigftttackle, apparel, A..Kicketts.Penuco .. 4. ,': !
and, pbat-A-&le tto'cominence I 1. Pott settlement of tho. J_. .
furniture :
-. 1st June,1826,-14 4t.
I jIt: 9 o'd '4, Mt I Pensacola. May 1 1826-11- cio deceased'\:V;: ,." .!. : 'tj ......*.1Ii. J"" .. .. .

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