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: July 1, 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
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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HASELL HUNT 'on Smith's Island near otth'side'NanTemoy"Reachone AnactlUppl erteittsrytoAnactfor the '
BY. W. subscribe, In the namr acd fur in 'a
Sou EDiroftiiTD PBOPBTCTOR ; 'Cape Charles, on a p'roper.lite to OB''Lowt'r'Cedar Point Bar, one on .gradual States.increase" of the Navy of the United use of'the United States, for nix
PttbKihcroftheLaviofthe United State* be selected, under the direction Craney Island Bar, and four for lint enacted'by the 'Senate and- hundred shares of th c-pit at
and of the Territory of Florida.5 of the Secretary of the Treasury. designating the channel, in that House o'f Representatives of the stock of the Dismal Swamp Canal,
Suisczzftzoi-Year Half year "3 In the Stale of North Carolina, part of the Rver called the Kettle United States of .ilmericrz-in_ Congress abd to pay for the same, at such
Quarter year 1 50 a Light Vessel, not to be under Bottoms. I dsseinbed, That the: 'Presi times And in such proportions, as
Single paper twelve and an half cents. fifty,'nor to exceed eighty, tons, to 'In the Stale Virginia, ten dent of the United Stales ,is here may be required by the existing
Subscriptions payable in advance. be anchored at the southwest thousand dollifsfor light house on by authorized, to cause the linild- .rules and regulations of the said
ADTBHTKJHO width of column Every advertisementoftbe and measuring.jot straddle, of theRo'al: Shoal. And Smith',Island, near Cape'Charles: i'hg of one of'the ships, tborrzeaby ;['Company.
one the Beacon on Federal Point at on lite to betelected.In Sec. 2. And be
more than twelve lines of this type a proper the act for the gradual increase further enacted -
first insertion one dolhxr.each weekly continuance the New Inlet of Cap Fear Hirer, the State of Nort -Carolina, of the Navy of the United States,i by the authority aforesaid, That
fifty cents; longer and wider to b, made a Beacon Light. nine thousand five hUndred dollars tobe 'suspended, and the timber the Secretary of the Treasury shall
ones at the same rate. Rule and figure I In the State of South Carolina, for a light vessel, to 'be anchored for the same to be-laid and se 'vote for the President and Directors -
work, double price for the first insertion.' a Light 'House Romaine southwest Straddle of said
Advertisements will be tastefully display on Cape at the I cured. And he is hereby authorized Company, according to
or its vicinity, or a Light Vessel Royal Shoal and two thousand said number of "shares and shall
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ed, according to the nature of them, and if,in his opinion, the same
to be anchored off the said dollars for a Beacon Light on Federal receives' said stock, the '
will be measured by matter of this, size Cape, can be done. on advantageousterms upon proportion .
type. When inserted at intervals, '(that or Its vicinity ; the-preference to Point, Cape Fear river ; and to the United States, to of tolls and emolument*
is,not inserted every week,from the first be given to the one or the other, I one hundred and sixty dollirs for cause to be purchased for the United wHich shall, from lime to time, become -
be to the charged last insertion as a new) each advertisement.insertion will which, ib the opinion of the Secretary : buoys,',to be placed on proper sites I States, a ship of not less than due to the United Stair, tilt
Amounts Cor advertising payable alwayson of ihe Treasury, shall be 't on the north and south silts of I the smallest class authorized to thesharesofstock' aforesaid.
demand. subserve the purposes of navigation New Inlet, near Federal Poim.In be built by the said act ; and for Sec. 3. And be further enact
QCj":: Liberal contracts will be made I and afford security to the the State of South Carolina, I carrying such purchase into effect, 'id. Th t'thi.-act shall not go ir.lc
with those who wish to advertise by the same. two hundred and forty dollars for the amount for which the purchase effect Until the United Su,el'

year.cO" All communications to'the ditor' In'the State Georgia, a'Beacon Buoys, to be placed on'the Bay of may be made, may be paid out of Board of Engineers,shall examine'
must be postpaid, or they will be attendedto on GrassI land at the entrance Georgetown ; and seventeen thou : the appropriation heretofore made said canal,. and make rep"? '*. '
or not,as suits convenience. Cockspur harbor. sand dollar* for aLight ,a -- ... ;11n ..jO':.L c. !i &' rVaT-, _
iS 1 vy of the Unite'd"States.. U.JU 'In the. State of Mississippi ari'r Cape Romaine, or,!..tI I, which the"canal is
Laws the V''' IICl II I' ... -.. .- ... _.,9* --I----.ne. Approved- ilay 17,1826. : to be execu.dJwill
of ,: athe town of Natchez. lif flfe"fetafe Alabama, three answer"'as__ far n_ as__ circumatm.___ ______-__
,, Sec. 2. And bcit further enacted, hundred and twenty dollars for (PUBLIC-No. 46.) : ces shall permit, as, a part of the
That the following sums of moneybe Buoys, to be placed on the following An act makinefurther appropriation for chain ocanalacontemplated: along;
of and
and the same ate hereby, appropriated -: Points, to wit : A Spar Buoyat ten'sloops certain balances war carried, re-appropnating to the Surplus the Atlantic 'Coast, and that ia
to wit : the southeast_ extremity of the Fund. their opinion, tlU! sum hereby au,-
-: In the State of Maine, four Shoal projecting from Mobile Be it enacted by the Senate and thorized'to. subscribed for, will
thousand dollars for a Light Point, one on the west side of the House of Representatives of the be sufficient to finish the canal according '
House on Matinicus Rock ; and channel on the bar, one on the United States of America, in Congress to said, plan.-And be if
four thousand dollars for one on southeast side of the'spit projrctfbg assembled, That the follow further provided, That, to carry

Pemaquid Point._ from Sand Island, and on Dog ing sums be, and they are Tie re by, this act into effect, the sum of one-
In the State of Massachusetts, River Bar. appropriated, out of any money in hundred and fifty thousand dollars
two thousand five hundred dollars In the State of Louisiana, one the Treasury not otherwise appro- is hereby appropriated, 10 be paidout
1 for a 'Light House or near the thousand one hundred dollars, for priated, for the objects following, of any" money To the Treasury

end of Long'Point, Province Town placing eleven Buoys on proper that is to say : : # not otherwise appropriated.
harbor ; eight thousand for a light sites.-.t the entrance of the Mississippi For building ten sloops of war, See. 4. And be it further enact-
vessel to be anchored at or near river and six hundred as authorized by the act, of third cd, That the money subscribed on
Tuckanuck shoal, in:the Vineyard dollars for three Lamps or Lights, March, eighteen hundred and behalf of the United States shall
Sound ; -and ninety dollar, for to wit : one for Petit Cuquilks, twenty-five, three hundred and fifty be actually expended in completion
-. -_p.. Spar Buoys, to be anchored, one one for Chef Menteur, and One for thousand dollars., oT the canal, and not in the
BY AUTHORITY.--- on the Middle Ground Shoalg near I Fort "St. Philip. ... For pay of laborers and teams, payment of.any 'debt or debts fIr wowing ..
the entrance of Salem Harbor, and i In the State of Georgia, fifty employed in loading,and:! unloading by the company ; and it
[PoJlI.Ic-No 44.] the Rocks off Dor- thousand dollars to be applied vessels ing and shall be the duty of.the Secretary :
An act for authorising the building of one on Ledge : 'pilingdo removing I
Light Houses and Light Vessels, erect. chester Flats, in Boston harbor ; : uader the diration.of the President timbers and stores, in the of the Treasury, before' the payment
ing Beacon Lights,'placing Buoys, removing three thousand five hundred ,dollars of the UniteiU States, to remove service of the Navy,being the balance of any part of the mcntf subscribed
obstructions in the River Savannah for a Light House on the end I obstructions/in; the river Savannah of the appropriation of the on- behalf of the United

,'and for'other the purposes.I Senate and of Sandy Neck, at or near the t below the.City of Savannah act of third March, eighteen 'hundred -i States, {adopt such measures 'as
Be it by
moUth Bamttable Harbor ; and ; one thousand!five'hundred dollars and twenty-three, as carriedto shall eosu-re the application of the
House of Representatives: of'the .for Beacon -Grass same to the completion of the said '
America in Congress .two hundred dollars for'placinK on Island, the Surplus fund, seventeen !
United States of '
assembled, Tnat the Secretary Buoys oil 'pr per sites, in or near at the entrance of Cockspur harbor. thousand six hundred and ninety- canal, according to the plan proposed

of the Treasury be, and he ii the harbor of Gloucester.. In the State of Mississippi, not three dollars and forty-five cents. and no other purpose. what .-
to provide by In the State of Rhode Island, exceeding one thousand five hun For the inclined plane at the ever. : .
hereby, empowered,
contract, for building Light Houses sixty dollars for Buoys on Sally dred dollars for a Light House on Navy Yard at. Washington', beingthe Approved-May 18, 1826.

and Light Vessels, and erecting Rock, at or near the entrance of the Mississippi River, at the town balance of the appropriation, PUBLIC-No. 48. ,
Beacons and Beacon Lights, and the harbor of East Greenwich.in of Natchez.In by the act of the third March, [ ] .
An act to authorize the sale and
the State of four the Territory of Florida not hundred and convey
the Connecticut, ) eighteen twenty-
placing Buoys, era following ance of the House belonging to the U-
aitCB 'ihoals, to wit : thousand dollars for'a' Light House exceeding sixteen thousand dollarsfor three, carried to thesitrpli1s fund, nited States at the>Ia ue. .
In the State of Maine, a Light to be located on Rauton Neck, or a Light House on Sambo Keys', ten thousand and seventeen dollars Be it enacted by the Senate end-
House on Matinicus Rock, and on the wesirnd of Norwalk, Long or Sand Key. and forty-one cents. House oj Representatives of the
one on Pemaquid Point.In Island? erne thousand dollars for a Sec. 3. And be further enacted, For ship houses, being the bal United States of America, in Congress -
the State of Massachusetts, Beacon on the Round Shoals, at That the Keeper of Quaddy Head : ance of an appropriation by the assembled, That ;he rV.si-
a Light Vessel to be anchored at the month of the Ousatonic river, Light HC use, n the State of Maine, act of third March, eighteen hun dent be, and he hereby, authunz-
or near'Tuckanuck Shoal, in the one hundred and twenty-five dollars shall be allowed, in addition to his dred and twenty-three, carried to ed to tauetobe sold and con
Vineyard Sound ; the tonnage "of for placing Buoys in the following present salary, the sum of sixty I the surplus fund, forty-four thou veyed, the house and lot btlower
the Light Vessel not' to be underone sites, to wi? one on Brown dollars annually, for ringing the sand two hundred and ninety.six ing to the Unifed Stiles A: **.>e
hundred and twenty-five tons : Reef, and one 'on Bird's Reef, at bell connected with said Light dollars and forty-two cents. Hague, which was convryrd i the
a Light House on the end of Sandy or near the entrance of Branford House, from the time be commenced For contingent I .expenses. of_ the United 'States', by >irtut e"r" rcso- 4
Nerk, at or near the mouth of harbor; and one- hundred dollars. ringing said bell. naval- service, prior to the year lution. of the "Continrnial Congress j I
the Barnstable Harbor. for making an examination', and a Sec. 4. And beit further'enact edt eighteen hundred and twenty-four, ,.of the twenty-seventh of December I
A Light House at or near -the survey if necessary, to ascertainthe That when the Light Houses directed two thousand four hundred and seventeen hundred "an'd
end of Long Point, Provincetown utility and expense of erecting I to be built on the higbi fifty-eight dollars and thirtyonecents eighty-two. :
Harbor. : Beacons in Long Island! on Ship. i lapels of Neversink, in the State ; fifty dollars whereof, beingthe Approved. "-May 18'. 1826. .
In the State of Connecticut, aLight man's Reef, lying near the pro I. of New Jersey shall be built and balance of appropriation, by .' .
House at or near the mouthof montory oC the same name, in lighted, the Light Vessel, at present the act of the third March, eighteen [Puitic":'No. 49.] .
Norwalk Harbor, to be located Stamford, on Smith's Ledge, opposite anchored at the Hook, shall hundred and twenty-three, An act regulating the accountability for
of and be removed and and carried the fund. clothing and equiua e iisued to the
on the Rauton Neck, or on the the town Darien on anchored at or to surplus .
veil end of Norwalk Long Island, a Reef known by the name of Pat near Five Fathom Bank, elF the For pay to the supcrintendants, better army oftbe organization United of States the Quarte and for..ma the*> .
under the direction of the Secretary rick's House, at the western ex Capes of Delaware Bay. And also naval constructors, storekeepers, i r'a Department. .
of the Treasury after an examination tremity of Norwalk harbor.In that when the Brandywine inspectors of timber, clerks of Be it enacted by" 'the r Senate and .
of those sites shall have the State of New York, a Light House shall be lighted, the the yards, and artificers in the House jof Representatives oJ.Ih .
been made by suitable persons, to Light House at or near Dunkirk, Brandywine Light Vessel, if the naval service, being the balance United States of America, in Congress .
be by him appointed that pur six thousand dollars, on Lake Erie same will ,answer the purpose, of appropriation, by the act of the assembled, That it shall bb .
pose A Beacon on the Round two thousand five hundred dollars shall be anchored at or near Tuck third March, eighteen Hundred andtwentytl the duty of the Quartermaster's :
Shoals, at the mouth Ousatonic for one at the east end of Lake anuck Shoal, in the Vineyard reej carried to the sur- I Department in addition to its

Rivers Erie, on a site to be selected ; four Sound. '> plus fund, twenty-nine thousand : present duties, to: receive; from -
In thft State of New York aLight thousand dollars for one on Plum Sec. 5. And Z further enacted, eight hundred' and iey nty-&ye : the Purchasing Department't; and .
House at or near Dunkirk, Islands in Long Island ; three That, whenever the Light House, dollars and eighteen cents. distribute to the army of the Unitfed I
on Lake Erie. One at the East thousand dollars for one on Tibit't directed to be built on a proper For the suppression of piracy, 'States, all clothing and camp ".
cad of Lake Erie, on a proper site Point Lake Ontario. site, near Buffalo Creek, in the being the balance of appropriation and ,garrison equipage requiredfor .
to be teletted* at or near the mouthof !n the. State of New Jersey State of New York) shall be built ; by the act of the twenieth the ose of the troops ; and .
Buffalo Creek., One OB the I three hundred dollars for placing and lighted, the present LightHouse ..December_ eighteen' hundred and! that ,it shall be the duty of the .
wrest end of Plum Island, in Long Baoy, at proper sites, five buoys near Buffalo ihall not be twepty-twoi carried to the, surplus Quarsethiaster..GeOer l},Under the .
Island Sound ; and one on Tibit's at the entrance of the harbor of lighted' And that the Secretary ,fund, three thousand seven ,direction of the Secretary of War, .
Point, in Lake Ontario.In Little Egg Harbor.. of the Treasury be}and be is here I hundred and twenty-two dollars to prescribe and enforce, under
ihe States of New York and In the Bay-of Delaware, twenty by, authorized, to cause the light !and twenty.seven cents the provisions of this act, a system .- '
Pt New Jersey, a Light House upen nine thousand two hundred dol House} heretofore directed to be For'rewarding.captors l of" Alge- of accountability for all clothing .
the Bluff;' near Fort Tompkins on lan '), for a Light, House on the built on Throgg's. Neck, to be erected rine'vessels, as authorized by law, And equipage issued to the .

Staten Island ; one in Princess Bracdywine Shoals.In either on ,tbefcaid Neck, or [being balancebfr a former appropriation array. .
Bay: on said Island and two on the State of Maryland, three the reef adjacent thereto! as he. j carried to ike' surplus, -.- Sec. 2.>Jnd J'tJ.rIAtreJItlc' ... 2.
the Highland of Neversink. thousand five hundred dollars for a may deem expedient. ;. fund,.fourteen-thousand seven hundred That every captain or commander, .
la De1 "areBa7, a Light Houseon Light House on. Smith's Island j Sec. 6.Arid be if'further enacted, : ahd .thirty-one dollars and of a company, detachment recruiting .
the Brandywinc Shoals. two thousand five hundred dolltis :That the several appropriationsherein i twenty-eight_cent, station*, or other officer : .
.In the .State of Maryland, a for one on Concord _Point, at or : made, shall be paid out of ,: Approved- May,15, 1826. who shall have,received clothing -

Light House.on, Cote Point, instead near the mouth of Susquehannab .any money in the Treasury not -otherwise Puauc-.No.: .] I or amp equlpt e for the .use:of ;
of Bear Point,' as heretofore riveI'j and, four thousand dollars appropriated.JOHNW.TAtLOR. I'Ani.ctfc ,the[ subscription of stock in the his command er.fof issue. ,to the! .
ordered, A Light. 'Htust' :onSmithV for: a. Light Vessel: 'at Ho per'l I I : i Dismal Swamp,Canal Comp ,., : treopti:tball,felHer _to Ue Qaarti&a '
ItUad, or on CoacordPointAt Straits. : .. I Speaker of the House of Representatives. ,I.., Be it enacted by the; Senate, ;and .t raiii aera1i at I! '
er Baartfee mouth'of the_ : la the States Maryland ll and I I JOHNCCALHOUN, House of Representatives 1 of the, of each, regular. 'quarter .r. J '
Vice-president of tbe United States, nd
SiiquehsuIhRIer&a .Light! VirginhIlz: :hundred ADd sixty President of the Senate: I lJn ,4-lilIIe..ofAmtrtct, in. :C'Siessiaisrmtled ?*- gui 'fjwtrttHy "nt.rea '*t 'aK '
'Vessel far the I That the Sccretarj ;; Ivppiies, !ftccordiag to t forma:
anchored doTUrs
.to' U *r' Bear 'placing Buoys Approved, ilayJ8, 1826. "
!J- !S CII Bay. ri- Pete. ej to wit ; One at l .JOmlqtlNCY! ADAMS i of the Treasury be., tad bft. which rasy' be prescribed, acco*! "

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Sp1eI1 l>y the ,requisite Touchers count/; a tract not exceeding one i el1si* becoming; .i e" Virtat(* mouth of.tiie j r deprlveel us, of all 1stau A a and Lech, or ,lit, b;'

for any issues that shall .have been hundred acres of land, situate in Mississippi, through wich ten States'I the amendments., in.'tbe. District ther counties where, ,thc ,Court

.. made ; which'renard'S and vouchers said county and .granted to said :will pour their exports ito the' Atlanticand System,.which have-: been will '
after 4ue! examination by the State, for the use thereof, by the I receive through in which, in turn, they barter )made, and particularly.for :pente of 'building a Court :House

Quartermaster General, shall be act of the eighteenth oT April, from Foreign exchange; nalions quivalent Centrality, because the benefit" the Districts of'Admiralty I *an.d Jail, when by this arrange.

transmitted for at U Tern cot to the. eighteen hundred and eighteen,' as I observed be'fre-this( will become I and Maratime. Jurisdic meut,.they will always, be prodded .

proper office of the Treasury De- I entitled, An act to enable the a common 'centr;, in the circle of I tion. This grant Judicial power .' kept' in repair _and paid fore '
I American Commerce torn which, the ,United States and used
was extremely inappropriate, by by
partment.Sec. people of the Illinois Territory to
3. And be Western and Eastern jadii,will diverge. to nothing of .ittt. ambiguity. I by the Territory. The Marshalswill
itfurthtrenacttd, form a constitution and State government The con.linafttion of ttt surrey, has been
That it shall) be the duty of aU and for the admission ordered to Pensacola, .n
officers charged with the issue of of'such State into the Union, on ..the T4issisdppiIndi.akeFOflChar- of the. _.Court_ ..,.,- were._ :_ to__ be_ ___the!_L _same.__..i as Deputies and it Assistants, '
clothing, or other supplies, care- an equal looting with the original i train, nas ajreaqyoep vumjncicu uuucv t as in that uisirici,' nOlwnnaIA which will make as valuable to
the direction of the Var Department.I .- of the divided ..
the dissimilarity the subject them, as business of
the from
Tally to suid
: preserve same Mates, any restriction in the am authorized to 5 that the remaining -
:, waite or damage ; and in case of act of Congress notwithstanding.Ap : i distance betwei f Pensacola and Mobile matter ,on which the courts the Superior Court. Legislation, .

deficiency, on final settlement, of proven-May 20,1826. I Bt: }', will meetjwltb"ery early attention were to act, and .this.obscurity was however, must have reference to/ ,

any article of supplies, the value rC when we still have an examination still heighten4from the circumstance general convenience, and not to
thereof'shall be charged againstthe of the whole cotntryy from the' Mississippi that the State Laws, with individual advantage.
\"l1\,At.. to the Atlirtic. Of the advantages certain additions to be the
delinquent, and deducted from was The, Senate having passed the
,_ of th'wwork to dUr couptry, 'you are
.. his monthly pay, unless he shall ob sufficiently impressed t Its* accomplishment Fee Bill of the 'officers in Florida ; the Bill in that form>,> any opposition

show, to the satisfaction of the Secretary To the People of Florida.FELLOW willrender Floridi .the most inte- and as there were no Admiralty of mine would have served. ,

I of War, by one: or more CITI ZT.. .-It is the duty of a resting part of the Union.Twenty thou. cases.in that interior District of to hazard the whole, without any

depositions, setting forth the'circumstances Representative, and it would be a pleasure sand dollars was appropriated for the survey Kentucky, it-followed, that there beneficial effects, if I had been inclined _
between the Atlantic tad
of the 'c?st', that the' to me, to communicate in 'person, cola, and fifty thousand fosurveys Appalachi- was no amount of compensationfixed to make it. In addition to-
with my constituents. It is thus we are generally
said defficiency was 'occasioned virtually instructed ; we team our duty, to be expended uner the direction I by law for services in such the petition of the people and Mar' .

: by unavoidable accident, or was by knowing the people's wishes, and we of the Wur.Department, which we j adjudications.It ., shals, an official representation of
lost in actual service, without any are enabled to render them services, 'ty have a right! to,expect OU! share. The was therefore inconvenient and impolitic one of the Judges of the Superior
knowing their wants. The attention of Congress was called at an i to'have placed bur Courts, pos
fault on his and in of peopletoolearn Court was laid before the Committee
part ; case ;
the character of'the man to whom early period of the session, io the necessity sessing as we do, a maratime frontier,
damage, he shall also be subject their rights are confided ; the barriers of repairing the '* King's Road) In and exercising as they do, a jurisdiction pointing out the evils and.embarrasments .

to charge for the damage actually that separate strangers are removed, and East Florid, and .Bill reported, over subjects connected with Revenue, ,. arising front the-

sustained, unless he shall show, the' obligation of personal friendship, is in both Ileuses, for that object, for Commerce, and Navigation, upon the fluctuating legislation 'on this sub

in like manner, to the satiafr ctionof superadded to trust and confidence re the completion of the Tampa Bay same basis, a's an interior District, whereit ject, and the conflicts of ,authority

the Secretary of War, ihat 'due posed in a public agent. In tile thickly, Road, and the construction of a have was physically such impossible duties.that it should The between the two officers. A large
inhabited districts of the States, it is the any powers or
care and attention were given to habit of the Representative to visit his I BrHge 01 the road from St. Au- Act creating a new Judicial District, and i number of the legislative council,,

the preservation of -said supplies, n igb!>ours at their homes, or to meet: gusime to Pensacola ; one embracing organising a Court of Appeals, did not and various other officers and citizens

and that the damage did not result them at their Court Houses ; and this I : these objects has passedthe define with precision m what cases I sent a petition*. protesting
from course, when it can be pursued, is al writs of Error and Appeals should betaken :
neglect.Sec. Senate, and 1 trust will pass against any diminution of the du-
be to that 'Court:. and a auestion arose .
WafS"t'Q preferred. Bu, situated as Iam ..
4. And be further enacted, the Delegate of a people dispersedover the House in a few days. ,Several in the minds of very intelligent--per--- -- ties of the marshal of the Middle !

That the better to enable the a space equal to a large State, it i is I efforts were made to take it up, ion,., whether cases arising under the District, and speaking in high

Quartermaster's Department to utterly impossible that 1 can see you all;; out of its order, but as a number laws of Impost, Navigation and trade, terms of his character, and qualifications

carry into effect the provisions of and the sole means left 'me for the interchange I of other bills of equal importance -i should be earned to the Supreme Court ) from which it is presumed
of op.nionand for the communication of the Uritetes, or to the Court of
this act there be two in the estimation of that
j appointed of intelligence deeply Interesting other Appeals ; and Some gentlemen, whose they prefer ,he should be
aauiUunal Quartermasters and members would be it the Executive. officer or 'that
postponed, entitled
to our common country, is by a Circular: opinions were to great respect,
ten ASbistant Quartermantera. could be done. 'Should this Court Another amendment, .the ;
be taKe1Pirrn rue une'otuieur AP- 1tlThtct1n np {\ ;' llil m not entertained different opinions, at to the

iny, who shall have the same rank will receive this, as an apology, for the dollars pU35 lI;' Qty..:!: ."__}hou..san policy of appealing to" the one or the_ WoucjtMpbject nn-prlTuege conier of my red exertion, IS '
'bTth"e"1uprem1e ISoiirt; the
trouble I about to unavoidable -on
am give you
and compensation as are provided When 1 arrived at the sRat you.of Government Roads in the Territory, and a delay of all suitors, the distance and expense for the first time i,,. IK* United .

for like grades by the act entitled, found amass private and public communication formed through it litigation, and the desire in Congress Slater, where the expense is paid

U An act to reduce and fix tht business connected with the Territory, in every direction. to have our legal controversies settled by the General Government, of electing -

military pt ace establishment of pressing upon my attention, almost suf at home, so far as it was practicable, your own Legislators
ficient to l'the stoutest heart and Several Ports'of Entry ware it was considered to the ; on
United the app reI proper place
Slates this
the approved I quiring an exertion of industry and talent proposed to be established, which Superior Courts in the exercise of their advantage, it would be a boon

. secOnd day df March, one thou ,. to which_ u l_ felt_ ___ .mvself__ __ entirely______ __" inade..__ u_ were delayed, in consequence of jurisdiction, under the Cons:ituti n 'and badly bestowed, ifit were necessary
: sand eight hundred and twenty quate. UoaoVand C na1s.Port. of Entry the information expected to be laws ofthe United States, on the same I to advise you. Your agents>
That AssistantQuartermasters and of the ; footing in all .with District
one : Provided, Delivery Surveys, Coast, Light derived from the 'of the respects are bow immediately responsible _
be entitled, also, Houses, Post Offices and Post Routes, surveys Courts organized in the States with Ap- to their constitutents. Those
I were wanted. The Land Claims of the cahal, and those of the coast, by peats and Writs of Error to the Court of up.-
i to receive the allowance of forage ; whole derived which Ideations in the ; on whom the laws operate, have
Territory, from the Spanish more judicious Appeals, same mariner as from a
heretofore authorised by law, to : and Hritish Go'ernments'wcre to be could be made, and the canal, District a Circuit Court of the United an a tl1 share in their formation.

regimental.and battalion Quarter- I finally settled, with special legislation should it be found practicable, States, availing ourselves of the benefitof Taken from tire'midst of the .people
. masters. upon those over the jurisdiction of the all the Acts of Congress pauedstib'se. they know their
: might alter, in a great degree our wants. and
y Sec. 5. And be further enacted, Commissioners of the United Stages. quently to the Judiciary Act of 1780, will th:
Donation and Preemption rights to be se Commercial relations, and consequently regulating and improving the System, : remedy. They
, That.each officer appointed under cured, innumerable private claim,under the establishment of and of the adjudication of the SupremeCourt know your wishes and dare not

this "act shall before he enter upon the treaty with Spain and otherwise, to ports of entry anti delivery. 'Under upon the construction of ,those disobey them. "Each section of

his duties, give bond, with adjusted and paid. Our Indian affairs theae circumstances no Statutes. 'In this manner our Courts, in an exteflsive Territory has its local -
: sufficient surety, to be approved I, to be attended to ; Fortifications to be erected port their Federal character, are conformedto interests '4nd
of \Var in such : The Laws of the Territory to be of entry was made at ihis session the Judiciary System of the General conveniences,,
:t- by the Secretary examined, and important alterations in Three ports of delivery were es- Government in the States, and our officers separate from the rest, though not
sums as the President shall dirrct, our systehi of 'Government to be made, tublished; and suitable Revenue in that description'of cases in Which discordant a ivhole. These separate
.. with condition for the faithful performance for the better protection of the rights of Officers appointed ; and while the cognizance of the Courts is derived sectional interests will nor
of the duties of his office. the people, and the more safe and com.. from the United states, are allowed the be better understood and better-
Approved....-May-18,1826. modious administration of justice. These ,these sufBcienl'for the protection compensation of those in Louisiana, by
_. -..- diversified subjects were not only to be of the revenue, iltey furnish which the Departments Washington consulted, the Councillor coming'immediateIf

[PUBLIC-No. 50.] presented, examined and explained, i in I all the facilities of domestic commerce will be enabled to'settle their acconntr from the section ,
' An act relative to the issuingof executions the House of Representatives, but also I in I and the advantages of the without the dtlayand confusion they most interested. I did not wish *
in the District and Circuit Courts the Senate, where we have no Repre, coasting trade These ports are have experienced for some time. in patronage' at. the expense of whatI

.,: of the United States, in certain cases. : sentative.extensive When there is added to this,I believed to be at.the most eligible 1 duties erritoriat and cases, the regulations of the consider the.proudest prerogaof .
an correspondence withthe compensation of the officers
Be it enacted by the Senate and I Departments;: and with my Constituent points on our coast, one in East, are left to the discretion of the Governor; '.' In regard to the latter -

house -Ktfiresentativfs of the ; and when you reflect,that neither in Geographical Middle, and West Florida, at :Fer- and Legislative Council. The former part of that Bill In which a-

United States of .America, in Congress extent nor in numbers, are weequal nandina, St. Marks, and St. An. Acts of Congress only allow Writs of number, of the law) were .disap-

assembled, That_ all writs: of to one thirtieth part of the United drew's Bay. Errror and Appeal to the Supreme nroved and annnli-.. it _. ft. s m......(.*
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execution States,having themselves political, com Court, where the amount in controversy which
upon any judgment or ter originated the Senate
I decree obtained ir. of the District mercial and manufacturing interests toe I The situation of our mails has is over the sum of one thousand dollars, ,
any b protected and regulated, by legislationand I when in all States in the Union, they are was proposed under the weight of
also been
or Circuit Courts of the Uni- gready improved ; conveniences allowed for the Judiciary
negotiation, and having such a variety any amount, wherethe_ Con. Committeesanctidn-. -
ted States, in an) one State, which of local concerns to be superintended. of communication, and gtitutioii and Treaty, the fundamental ed in. the committee of the House,

'Which shall have been, or may in both-Houses, I think you will admit, the means diffusing intelligence, and paramount laws, are involved. Situated and would have been passed withor
hereafter be, divided into two Judicial that as much has been done for you by were much wanted. Three new as we are, the value of such a rightis without
; Districts and be Congress at the present session, as you post offices have been established, much more important, as a great por- my consent. There
run' executed
,may had tion of the were some other well
to as those
a right expect. New communities property of the country, is secured as
l in any pan of such State ; formed oiit of various States, itiffering m with a promise of two more, as by the stipulations of a Teaty. features! of the Bill, to.which I desired

,;p but shall be issued from, and-made l laws and customs cannor,in a short time, soon as suitable locations can be '1 h: multiplication of the Counties, hai! some modification p rticu- .' /
returnable to the Court where the I expect to have such perfect political institutions -.elected.: A weekly mail has been rendered it!impossible that the Superior larly the law concerning the ./
as they have; or imagine they ordered to Tallahassee and similar Courts can be holden in each reye-,
; judgment was obtained, any law to I a and the inhabitants nue, I was obliged however
had, been accustomed to in their to take
the States, one will be directed from of one have & fair a claim to
contrary notwithstanding. more than they can in what I could get, not what t ld -
any expect a new that favour as another. To require it in wo,
: Approved-May 2011.1826. settlement in the that place to St, Augustine, in a desire .
forest all the conveniences all, would beto, impose labours that the in detail. The annulment l
and comforts of their former short time. A bill has been re- could of
Judges never perform, and defeat : these laws, revives those which
[PU I.IC-XO 51.] homes. Hence the dissatisfacti nand pnr..td for two new pos\ routes the
_ _ object contemplated by the Act of
repealed and
An act for altering the time for holding collision which often I no injury can
loo ; unhapily exist and, some arrangements for the I Congress, of keeping Court of Admi-
the Courts of the United States, in the in the formation ot itew Territories. I rality result lo the Territory until the;'
better accommodation the always open, at our Sea Port-,
Western District of Virginia We are separated from people meeting of the next Council.
WY our friends, our for the protection of the Revenueanda 1'.h.
rt jBtf it.foacf-ejd by the Senate. and brothers ad our parents, and havo left at different points, hare been for the purpose of effectuating: permanent' .<<:siTh'of the Council ,
I It House of Representatives of the behind us all the hrst borl:ties of life and made, in the arrival and<< departureof the objects of their institution. This, together I 1 have been increased> to six weeks '.

Jt United State of America in Con endearment, and should cultivate harmony the mails. with a desire to produce equality The law concerning wrecked .

U grcss assembled, Thai the Courts _",_and_ _good_,_""" _will L _towards__ _.each_ other, and The eet. of Cnnrrrps* fnr' iVip f's. of labour!among the Judges, was the intention I. on our coast at the property
tiUUIIUwn.u -- -" -
patience to inc temporary evils of the Senate in commencement -
u t of the United States in the Western of our political condition. The times tablishment of ai'erritoriaiGo.vernment that provision in the Bill; tba incorporating the Courts, of the session, produced

District of Virginia, shall be rapidly approaching when our coantry i in Florida, and those should only be holden in one other'place* great excitement. Two re-
hereafter held the herein wili' be better known, and more appreciated in Jhe Districts than that
El on days when its supplementary to that law, appeared assigned,by the monstrances were made to our
fl provided for, instead of the limes intercourse with the to me to require amendment in Laws of the United States. Which alterations government by Foreign Ministers
States shall be facilitated, by the ,
.L : now provided for by law, that is recurrence of the mail, its commerce will many important particulars to sition ,of considering the Districts the; tue geographical small numberof p d- to which my attention was .direct

t. to say : at Clarksburg, on the first have additional advantages, its soil and define specifically the jurisdiction suits, the increasing population" and ed by the Secretary of State.

'. IVlondaysin April and September ; climate be understood. The peculiar situation ; of the Superior Courts, and to consequent ability, in tile County Courts, Finding that this excitement

at Lewisburg, on the first Wednes of Florida will render; her best interests confer such powers as would enable :. to dispose of the minor businefs will, I might injur bur Territory and
day after the second Mondays in commercial. The wide extent of them to carry into effect that trust, be found to be productive of no inconvenience form the inherent defects ,
her,coalts, her numerous and beautiful to'the inhabitants. \ in the
: April and September atWythe' bya, her fir.e rivers and navigable jurisdiction, and thus promote efficiently ed with this subject,, and influenced fay law itself) .1 proposed an imme

r Court House on the first Wednesday sounds and above all, her relative 'position the administration of the petitions ot the..people of SU Johns,* diate abolition of it ; and the question -.
< after the third Mondays in off Cuba, and central between North justice ; the object and end ef all and the representations .of the Marshalsof I about what other mode could

: April and September; and at in and the South Americ *constitute her centre Courts. No country can everpro'per East anu Middle' Florida presented to I be adopted was one difficult, of;
Staunton the first commercial circle of this part of Congress at the last Session, and again ,
on Wednesday the world. All the powers of that solution. A Court
the exports of the west referred at this the at Key West
;stating embar.
after the fourth Mondays in April must pass by our coast, and return its proceeds Branch of the Government which rasnenta, inconveniences, and great_conflictsof was proposed?.piovided for in a,'

and September ; and all matters i in the same direction. It was my comes directly in contact with the 'duty and authority, occasioned ,by having bill which passed the Senate. Atone .

ill said Courts, returnable or con impression, that much would be saved to life, liberty and property of the : ,two ministerial\ officers of the Superior time, 1: 'tfi ugbt favourably of.
tinuedto the terms.heretofore the Union, and all be gained to the Territory citizen Court the Senate added amendment
provided are not clearly enumerated an it, and at another from
if the
this immense -
commerce could similar to'the represwitaiions
j for, shall be taken to be returnable be carried limited ,and wellunderstood ; Act of the Legislative
I through her soil, by a Ship Council. 1823, declaring the Marshals received .that ifr mightbe
: and continued to the Canal onnecting the waters of the' Gulf to prevent a transcention of 'authority the sole Executive officers of the Superior an impolitic- measure If we*

: terms herein provided for. : This of Mexico with the Atlantic through the ,by the functionaries changed Courts, providing an ampler security bad any assurance that .thre1 wreck- '

act.to take effect from and after' promontory of Florida* I hate in a ,let with the administration of, thelawBV'andf .. for the performance. th; dUu..:.. nder, trio'would, 'carry_"ihc' nftpefty', .. ,
the first-day of July treat. ter lathe-Secretary of war, endeavored at'fie same time to the law ot.the:Territory. To the 'great
aoy''o tr, in the
to court
point out some few of the benefits I Territoryt-
May 20 1826 body of the people, and particularly the
Approved- that must result to the Union- at- taree.--. hv- protect ifr _ttre'discharge, of I tnttir. ,.it i.':.ma.t.i'fop... rvf* '.tinS .*............;.;............._n..._.. for their .claim ,of salvage and
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such a. channel* To you who "residethere their legitimatl duties, against the who serves the process of the >Oourts/d'i'6"'u | where the property would sell, .it

: [PUBLIC-No. 52.] it will be barely necessary to hint encroachments_ co- rdinate departments. that it i it faithfully done, and that there would be better: to' have ca'Court.

An act concerning seat of Justice in the incalculable. ln advantages arising to'the .Inf the, Ordinance for is a sutncient security, to protect .their If however would,.be ,carried' ttYNcw.Piovideicc
1 .GalUtiri county an the State of Illinois. Territory a commercial point of view, the formation: fur Local ,Government rights. By the Law, before the passage and Cuba aDd
.. :Be it enacted_ by the Senate and you can well appreciate a, market at the jurisdiction of the : of this bill, there .was "nothing to ,
your door for the productions of our own bere'd lpo.ed'of., it: would be better
.. -. House of Refirctentatives of the soil, and a deput at any point, for'the C u.rt'9r Kentucky' District, was prevent the Marshal from abutting ; to have a court.--, ..This. waa. a;,

United States, of America, in Con- productions of all others. On, .this, it is given ,to ,the Superior Courts, of up the Court. House.,. 'as ,toonas question:_ in which the Territory
attcmblcd That .the Stale idle to enlarge. The Eogineira of 'the .tue United States' business ,
greta Territory. This law laid the > a at ,Urge, hid but. little concern,
l of. Illinois hereby authorised, to War,survey Department the country are and now,if under this Channel order I basis' qf our Judicial {System upon done, anoV putting the key of'. the arid as'it, was of doubtful- .'policy, I;,
give or seli tlf fee'ai.mple, to the 6 Cow the. geographical situation Jail in his, 'pocket, without alrovf-) it '
p i is cut, we shall have wealth, intercourse left to,those who felt* aV inter -,
county of 'Gelatin!. in that .State, and ntra ity. Weaith! : by making 'the of,which> precluded l .the cog log theCourior. : 'any Territorial: d o,ounicating'both;. .4 s"art,,, '

for the. .purpose. ot lo .t1.ng and. Ttrritpry: the bartering. ground of two I niZD'ceand: jurisdictionfhich Officer, ti'C least .control ,over : all,the information; q in..nY., ". .

fixiag the Seat ofJustic.in. laid hemisphere.. Intercourse,by this chan. J oar Courts mtftt exerctstf andconsequently, either. In this way, St., Johns* .\pQaes$9p., "0 ;; ..', ., \

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land claims hare produced Indefatigable, tho1 pernans humble! pip; At 3 o'clock, a Public Dinner !bound. ,in wealth- and hspptneis and

The difficulty and_ embarrassThos :, neer of civilization in our Territory, who will. tje.seryfed! up!, in therJUtl over' freedom. 'r M.. l t\\'s s.itt '_ ..
much had expended.hli roean_ in clearing a lit ifle! Court Room. The a t ?, 'Bti rCiii6'.D irl }"'
:; of East Florid' ., I tie farm-and building little home, when Companj 8tc nd.-T, separation from a ,' ffl. ; .f. '

were men not reported: until tome. time, II'the garden ot industry bloomed around will a assemble. the firing of.a Hun.At foreign and( insupportable ndage' : t .i : ../F.lo"lda. .. -: *... '. ... .

January"and' the copies of them 'him, and ,the harvest of his best 'hopeswas Suhaetone: Gun--flag fifty years.,ago, marked our future ,HeoryMicfielct.4.- ., -, )I, e ''': .. '''. -p : ..' .-.

in not procured until Marchor I ready for his sickle, I could not be lowered. ()tioy-kto: the blood 'of our fathers Vincent',., >fi1-t*. #:T.'
were contented and leave the' harvest to be The ladies Pen- S%mtado, ,. :
April ; -as soon :thereafter: before it 'was by the and gentlefnen of do-we owe our'rich bl .ingl. my virtue of a-.wHt lofJCmaeiWtaroe '
blighted ,
they could' be printed & the Committee withering blast of speculation-you know ensacola and its vicinity are !invtjed Then let Us on the Fourth day #> directej!; H.fch iMUe/ upon ,,, -

on, the public I lands had 'something of the means adopted by these to be present'at the perform ante of of July next bow"at the shrine of judgment decree, obtained at the. last. *

examined them, a. Bill was report- banditti.-These speculators, pn. the: the' ceremonies in the Court House* departed heroes-:let uWun thatday ,to May foreclose Term of iaidJCourt,' upon a process

ed for the confirmation of those wants and wretchedness of their felloe. to commence at 10 pvclock A. _M.. hold t ,nIrrshh the spiritsof Pintado,on: the a.Mortgage.fo'1lo..ibg|property fon by the wit saLci i'.'

which they were willing to cp n. beings.protection This law against gives you all their an impenetrable machination Gentlemen .are infOrmedtha" ;a the departed brave,:and .talk l lour to J ARPEs Of,LAND, situ,.

firm, and ,the remainder of those .I *- houses are not thrown into Subscription Paper U deposited. children of the glorious dee' a *"p* Br at o.on' me east side ofthe .. .. :

reported, referred to the. Court, I.market!. you your are not made to pay for im at the.Post Office, for the sign.. of past times. Thepurfc in heart scantbia River.-.2180_ 'arpeis, bJundefto ... t
ana by the if
and provision made for the deci- i provements yourselves have. made,, jior ture of those who are disposed la will enjoy such 'an occasion to another tract containing Bay pensacola 5000 : *Uo. .

sion of those not. reported. The I purchase value your labour has created: partake ,of the dinner and havt. bring to' mind the recollections-of ing On.the Escambia Riverancf arpens also ly. '

Bill I trust will pass, but as the -you.are not have driven made it from. comfortable-nor, a home, because not already subscribrd tI '1776;. and it will do us. good to sit lots 6f land, situated on the* public

Senate have invariably refused, I thrown you into competition with laud ..jobbers Sidney IVHamesAdam ; > 1. remember the maxim : l we Square, near the Tivole, which lots are

during this session, to allow the I I when your fund* ate exhausted: GoirHoifJ] '-. }i '\f [atand.divided. '!'--ef.l.. ."'::'Idtm.e- ; 80 of the J>v 93 city! feet, 11,.and 13,14 numbe, 13, 1&d aVid. [1.18 tt) .like plan .

decision of claims in the. Courts, competence is yours at .the minimum W. Haselli-Lunt ) I ; We learn from Washington, by wue a large.lot'lying opposite fend,south
will be stricken price, without fear, and without extor mail of Seville '
:I fear that provision Penl cola 29thl26. yesterdays that Edgar >1a: .Square-: : -

out, and we ball have to makean .tion.The utmost exertions" . .jr ..' cort J has been .removed by the Prey1siderit The.above.property has been"taken,.in
were used
effort at the net session tohave to. of the U.S.from the orBce of execution and will be'sold at p bJic auction '
procure an appropriation for the commencement We understand that tbe or so.racch thereof.
will )
approaching as the
disposition made of of U. S. ifor.fe. Florida : : pay !
some .bf fortifications this year, inconsequence Annietsary of the attorney the. debt, mtefpit and cost as called fpr ia

them, in some manner that will however,:of the plans not Birth of America willbe eelebrated.ih ; and Mr. Douglass of Indianais sal l execution! ,.for cash, in front of tho .
do justice to the claimants(, and having Been projebted, and some additional mentioned. as bissuiessOr; I. Court House in the city of Pen acola; '

the Government Those of West surveys supposed to bewanting, it handsome styleat' Cantonment A Mr. Downing bf Virginia I nas ; on Tuesday the 1st day of August next;
is postponed until the .next fession, and Clinch by the om ers of between hours
:Florida, with the exception of > .. been nominated by. Ihe. President I the of 10 and 12 o'clock
orders issued for the
preparatory arrange the stationed there. An
those over the jurisdiction of the ment.Every. army ol the U. S. to be Register of the William Scbree, ':
Oration will be delivered
12 .
commissioner, have been finally : exertion has been made to re. at Und Office for E._ FIoH'da:" .nd MarthalW. F. .' ,
o'clock and dinner paraded at 3. Pen coTa, 30th June,5.-18-6t.. .. .
settled by an act of confirmation. move the Indians -a measure of humanity peison at. the last dates had been :,
The Spanish claims which were to.them, and of great, security to the The Naval Officers on tills station honinated as Reee Ytr."ldtm: C.t.1fTOIO&XT BBOOKS O' ;

be and people in that part of the Territory contiguous arc invited Guests. ;- .,,: FtOBici July 1st, 1826. 3
to reported not .
required to the lands assigned them. The n WILL receive, propoials till'the'3lst
decided by the act of 1822; which President will employ every means' compatible The following gentlemen btVe October ensuing; to furnish the troops
Our readers will observe above
conflicted with those derived Froth with the policy, and humanity of been \Invited by the Secretary of of.the United States, Army,1 that are or
the British Government, have the government remove them West of that the Jubilee of Freed om it to War,to attend the examination of may !be.stationed at'Cantonment B 'OOkeit

been confirmed. After great deliberation the Mississippi as)'OU have seen in the be commemorated cl in an appropri. the Cadets at West Point in June with freih beef, from the 1st day of January -
the various and correspondence f ofthe;>> War Department. ate manner in Pensacola and its 1827-to include the 31st day of December I
pbn Twenty thousand dollars has been 1826 : 1827.
appropriated the fourth instant. We
vicinity on .
intricate'questibns: of law, grow relieve their Tne beef will be to be delivercdto .
to present sufferings, Union of will be Amos Lane Esq. of Indian; %; required
ing out of the alterations. of the .to: which 'in amendment, similar.the b. trust a feeling Governor Morrow of Ohio Rev. : the troops in two .day in each .'
public square at Peni cola, with rjginal bill introduced in the House of had on the occasion and that Jared. ; week(the days to be designated) in such;

the aid of the information collected Representatives, has been added in the nothing will occur to mar the joy Sparks, of Massachusetts ; quantity as..hall,be.requited.for theii ra -

here it was deemed'best Senate of thirty thouiarid,more;to enable which, 'should on that day pervade Professor Tickno of. d o. *, Thomas tions each. day. ..And deeoiitJiegeJs*

'consideration, of all the points; upon the...President. .. ..I,to o. reff.ovetlkn_ .. .. every heart. In the l laheuaee .of Kennedy, of Maryland ; Hon. sary.appKse. those Who raay choose t o4R"
a 'i one legislative! uouncu sent,me a resr41thfleJeat Joseph JU h -11t'r1Ulll.ft fm Aint..1. 1V: .tptth ,.
to insert the provision contained, .rtt lI.h ftJ tO reviye Mr. Noah, of the New Yrk' .National Rc. Mr.. Lewis of i New York beef will be '.requited to;; be oP the best
in confirmatory aci.* It protects charges against one of the Judges ot the ; uvota u, '!', .. ._ti 'a ay I ; which the market'can. afford and particular .
from heSpania'h Superior Court, which 1 could not con "Let us celebrate the approaching i I Lieut. Colonel J. G. 1"'OUfb, of U. l attention m be..had to the butcher*

%the purchasers who had sider in any other light that an unprecedented anniversary with the solertin joy : S. Army ; James F. Dana .Esq. of ing thereof a rigid inspection grit will ,

Government) and extraordinary application. My which befits it. Let us make an New Hampshire ;' Gen. SamuelHou'ton always be made', : -
paid for a title whether good or seat in Congress was derived from the I ; of Tennessee Hon. P.I .,Perfroils..oflering to contract, will.make .
of ;
bad, to a certain extent, without a people; and their instructions only! could oblation petty and S. Markley of. Pennsylvania their proposals writing,. sealed and die .
violation of the rights of individuals I recognize. Whilst the Council were I personal interests on the altar of ; r cted..tD me a.t this place, stating the
and making out a memorial rb6ntainirig the our country ; acd forgetting thatwe Hon. Gabriel Holmes of N oril.j.carolina rate per pound,in 'a singlq .bid for vbich
the at
or Corporation ; grievances thfe Territory, addressed to are occasionally politician- ; Col C. Btddl of Penh* I they will.furnish,. and..they shall be informed -.

at the same time, 'confers on the Congress and not the Delegate, if they remember only that we are Amer. sylvania ; Com. Bainbridge, of the I ofthe acceptance of their proporsila .

Corporation, the reserves of the had any charges to make against the Navy ; Com. Chauncey, do. \ Com. I ,either by latter from, or on personal
Constitutional Cabildo upon that Judge; or any other officer; it would Jones apphcation.tome a'. ,antonment Brooke; _
Square, which, 1 trust, will be have been more appropriate to make -- do. ; Cap! J. L. Smhb; U. :! od the day above them, and solicit the attention of Con- The Philadelphia 1 papers of 3lst S. Army ; Doct. James Blythe, Page Lt. :
all the
satisfactory to parties con. : ,. ,
to the than to im. Washington JDea :
specifications James
City ,
cerned. .An effort was made to gress May, announce the arrival in that ; v Mnfl4SJf. Com. of Subritt'enc.. .
the delicate task of hunting
pose on me, City of Gen. HOUSTON and Col. Esq. Massachusetts ; John K : NOTE-No proposal will tie received
for the cities of Pensacola accusations against one. Inasmuch \
procure up any '
iheir Kane Esq. Pennsylvania Hon. D. after the 31st October, 1826.
WHITE West ;
on. to ;
and St. Augustine, all, or a part, however,a>>an investigation was demanded way 18= 181.Marshal's I .
of the public lots within th jir lim by the Judge and District Attorney Point: as members of the Board of J... Pearce.. ;; Rhoo> Island..- ..,-tr :I I .. II
and petitions sent in the regular way, Visitors for the examination .of the I -
its. Inasmuch, however as no examination with resolution Sale
I presented bo& the ; And Cadets :
had been made by an all the papers and letters on both sides, to .sin.r" TPN .virtneofan.przer or decree or the' -

officer of the United Stated) to ascertain the Judiciary Committee, to whom the . feft Hon. H. M. Brackenridge, Judge of .

What portions ought to be subject was referred. That committee The Mobile Commercial Regi ; the United States District Court, for. the .

reserved for the use of the Government reported that there wu nothing to justify ter of 16th ult. states that ""no IIV DisirictjOf West Florida, and agreeablyto.'

declined to' the interposition of Congress, which report Eastern mail was received yesterday '..- a monition issued ly the Clerk of said
Congress was concurred in,and the COmm itte Court and.to ire directed, I ball.
from $ :=
beyond Line Creek.: xpo-e
act on the subject until further discharged from the further consideration it Or: F\\11S ''
..ca.. to sale, and will seij, to thehighest bidder -
information could be procured. ofthe, subject. I The Post: Master at Montgomery. = for cotA, on. Saturday; the 15th day *
"soon as That is done, I have no -have: now given brief outline of the writ sthit the Mail Carrier reports -, ARRIVED. .. July next, at the.Cutom.House, in the

doubt a very .iberal :donation will most of the public acts,in relation to Out- that it was'lost at M aeon. '' June 26.-tJ. s. TransportSchr. City of Fensaccia,.the schooner" by some

be made to both.! The petitionsof Territory. Being a stranger to most of This may in .tome measure ac. Florida, Baker, Tampa Bay; called die Jupiter;' her cargo, tackle, ap-
you,in the eastern section of our Territory count for the evident in pare!, furniture and boat { the said cargo .
the In'ltnda'n't :and council of 1 felt that I could have no claims to deficiency ENTERED. ,, consisting .of\coffee, 'taffia, corn,"*- \-
Tallahassee, and 'that of the Mayor your confidence, but by my feeble effortsto our Mails for the. last two weeks. June 28Schr. Jane, Wilson, wine,, rice, paper, oil, lard &c. &c. .'

EC aldermen of Fernandina were render services to our common country F kw-Qrleansi Cargo, corn and ba. seized by..the.T.Cpllectpir. of the C9! --.
presented, praying for donations ana being equally the representative On the eighth ult. the salary of con-to order.:. toms for the Port and District of Fensa- *

of certain of ofthe East and the West, my sole wish, the Mayor of the City of Mobile was CLEARED. col, for a violation, the revenue laws '
portions" public and single purpose, was to be useful to raised to eleven hundred dollars. Antonio of the Unite States, as, appers by libel% .
ground. In regard to the first, as the whole. For this reason, and as J had June 24.-Schr. San filed in .t:b e. Clerk's, Office.of. said Court. :
these quarter sections had been no vote, I did not intermeddle in general Roach, New Orleans, with 4000 bn the,14th day( .of June.1326, against the ,

reserved, it was conceived that any politics, Panama missions and Presidential Proposals have been issued,, for bricks by M.: Bonifay. :. said schooner, her cargo, tackle, apparel

direct grant, to the authorities tlecti ns. It would not have been ,publishing Mobile "a new pA. Schr. Elizabeth. Porythf New- furniture,and boat-sale to commenceat

Tallahassee, for the: uie of the wise to1 go out of my way to,run" my head per to be entitled The S/tirit of'76, Orleans, CargO, 15000.bricks'by JiNoriega 9 o'clockA.M.- ., _
against that which did not concern me, G Dwbi B. Coi-izr' be is WIlliam Sebree : ,
Ijy to
Town would be the assertion of 18 bales cotton by Fin- ,
and joining one of the; great parties in ; .
right and ownership in the United. Congress,render the other inimical. tom sued, semi-weekly' during four lay & Rushton 7 bales cotton by ... 'J o1Wanhal w. F..

States, when it was intended to b'e personally, and adverse to bur Terri- months, and the remainder of the \\'. Hobdy and 7 bales cotton by Pensacola, June 16th, 1826163t. ", ,

reserved for the Territorjrj or tory. -i time daily. The first number is to Crupper.- United States America. :
When Florida shall Have a in the ,
place appear on the fourth instant.i ..
State of 'which the 26th.-Schr. Harriet Garcia
govern'tnehtwas Union, should I then have the honour to _:'_ ta'J .. T ; District of West -Florida ss ,
4; 1.::: ,
the Trustee so it held New,Orleans
long as ,
represent you, she will fearlessly express
a libel bath been filed in_
the ultimate title, it was not. considered her opinions on passing events, and honestly WASHINGTON, June 8. SAILED. : :' WHEREAS .Court of the United

proper to make any direct record her vote. Until then, it is Fourth t fJii/j .-It will be seen, June 29Schr. Carolina, .Phil-, States for.Wet;lorida.olJ the 14th dayof -

grant. A Bin was however.reported -' wisdom in ifs, as itit in all men, tb hold by an official notice in another ibert, Matanzas. June, 1826, by Robert Mitchell Esq. "..

and will in all probability! our peace, where we are not concerned, part of our p'aper! that the.Mayor ARRIVED FROM TIllS PORT. Collector ofthe CpstQms: for the P.or aDd ;. .
and minding our own business, let that of this District of P ensacofa f crtai-.
has called a meeting for evenin& .' r
giving the title one M New York June 3d.-Schr.
pass, of. quarter pthers alone. Acting this princir : ..
upon schooner without. but
'. name, by'some? :
section. Co the Territort and [>.l. 11\1'\AI'-i.-,-5 UUfclnWto-.* &u tatjrperiod 4A nr.k, to ooaiihi r.. the, Romeo, Homer, in. 26 days- Pa,.-: Called; tKe Jujntttf? her cargo.". taqWeJ"apparel : ;
the Governorand of the session, and notwithstandingthe !best mode of celebrating the Anr.i-, Messrs, B. \Vyman ijiiid .
conferring power on which bf sengers : and; f rritUrc ; Uthj;; tttat/ftre*
Council make important subjects engrossedso versary our national freedom.We R.Htskins. said schooner was'seized, for aviolatihtrof "-
Legislative to .
much of the attention of Congress,1 be. i
will be full
hope a at __ the revenue laws oa tbe'--'lb.YQr:
such reserves to the town as they lieve as many laws have been passed in fa. -J..I.-p : ;
tendance this occasion June within the District of15sippi fiais,
on and I .
think proper, which I trust will be vour ot Florida, and< as important to the On Sunday morning last the '
that Determinedon ; in..waters navigable from the sea,
entirely satisfactory totth'etCityauthorities' inha'oitantsj. ever parsed at any one sesibn > the arrangements Schr.: Bachelor of Pensacola, for yesselsof 'ten tons, near Cat Is 1aJI"
and the inhabitants. in favourofany Territory in the U. will be of character elevate Captain'Pla, went ashore about ten "having\ no commission, manifest, liccnsex v *

Fernandina will also be entitled to' nited States. Others of.more experi. our public spirit and patriotism. miles. ..eastward of the Eastern or papers,. of any d s ipticn. and" under:" :
ence and talent might have done more, .
From the arrive command of- Andre Chifaun and. .
paper'\\'bic tbe ,
such grants, as Congress have b ut none could feel more solicitude for by Pass ofS;.J Rosa's: Sound and was' was'at aforesaJd .
from the time and place ,
mail la-v
conferred on 6thef towns, and its your individual happiness, or zeal for the every and every part of toallylot'--il had no cargo onboard |den with goods, 'wares .nd. mercliandizeji\ :

interests shall be particularly attended general prosperity of the-Territory, the.Unio'n. it is .evidently.. thf intention .and ho Jives were. lost.. The.. 'of foreign growth and mftnufacture, and 't '
session. Than your fellow citizen. ofthe people to celebrate .6 arrived here th'e. of dutfe'd. '* :-
to at the next Captain and rew on subject-to;! payment: ; : .
Twenty four' thuusandf dollars have Joseph M. W hit this'day general Jubilee.Rational Wednesday r* It'is furtherstated. that afterwar.g1tc' ,.
been appropriated for the surveying of Washington, May 18th,' 1826.. Journal. L wit T.on die.5tji day of.June. in the, pre-

the public lands in Florida,and the sales =-- L_: -- ."' Mt8it1;8 Sk\ : senT'earthat"% the: said schooner "by some -

of a large part will be directed next November IPaAcg 1L&B, St.- duguaifae, May 23.-\Veought '..s ft rior Court, Dhirict of fPeit.Fierija. called ,tnc'feeing Jupiter the,"real.the cr said pretended rAf.3r6Chafauu : ..
: or, December. The Donation
,. to have notified three weeki *
short for == masi rj enter d the Port arid HarUoV' of ,
BIlL delayed a time, the re.
port of the CommissionerS East Flori. ....... SATURDAY. : JULY 1, 1826. .. jg o. that ,seventeen individuals Charles Ivy ) PensacoTa, within the. District 'of West* .
have returned from Key West : 1v1. lLfa.r Florida/and in jvaterVnavigable from the (
da, so that all claim's of that kind should Vcritt 'an'Jeur.. 5<
' be in one bill,ana ai soon as it was reach. oCI r fnI.a sickly state.. They; were > --.1 rCharles Heeler j ... ? v- sea for vessels-of ten tons, .without commission ;
tity -F&Ascisco F. PALKKS 'mT: virtue of a writ fieri facitu, td me manifest, license or papers of a-> --
: ed in its' regular place, iTa's. taken Jlppointmtnta.- brought in{ a vessel. and- landed yl .
up and passed,and is'now before the Senate .has been appointed,. by the Mayor, Mata'nzt's up mdthiow ashore &-I. directed, which issued upon a judgment ny Jund, and being..laden with; goods,
where although there are some objections City Surveyor i and G'soa'sx R. .A. KICK- at .or decree;obtained at the last May warea and merchandize, 33 above stated,
toil on the part of some of the ITS,\ has been elected Secretary j.1M tike so much useless:. lumber!.:and; T ennpfsaIoT.<< Court, upon' 'a process 'to tbe.'dities on, which, lJohaving-, Q..jfaitl ..

members,from the explanations I\ have Boonl. tfAldermen, of this.. .. 'City.,: .then.. ,fin.lufrerj'6g. .con'diUon.These foreclose< a mortgage, given by the. said secured. ". \ ....
given I think it will pus.. Shoulvf I be -- .. unfortunate; popiIq. Beeler dn Uie following tract of land, to ". .In obedience. to.tl\e above libel',' and.Te'order .
\ -
4 '" A ,; and monition D of the court,th ere.nunderthehand4seL -_ :
however in thiaf .Calculation -
mistaken : The Fiftieih.fomveraary ofAffiericunInden4ence lorm, that not more than..ieii wit: ..i : : _. ,
those claimants Will be entitled. pcrfconi 46'1f1 iRPES,)It.tbQ head of Ea. thereof to/ q :. 1
only : a will be remained the Island- .. ,.. : ..
on / redirected and-deHve reoVI.do -- -j4r" ,
that l / the r.--
the "ktme
pre-emption on terms &))1 Bay, on Mfithwest ..
settlers, subsequent to 1821'mnr prior 1 to. celebrated'hi the City of ,Peniaco- E. po'Hid.H.i#'u'...;\ 'aide' df the ;Es ambia'.1'Iy"t j;xcep,ing I Hereby Giver. Notice/ '. :< !:. .. <. ::

1825, are and the.evidence settlement lu, Tueiday Oeit July <, th 182'6in ; St. duguititiC, May. 3 .--We: therefrom,50 acres, taken 9th southteaft to.11 and singular, every berson 'tt 'berf' .'.- ..

and cultivation,before.the Commissionerswill tft'c tol1o"iDgmlb'p. are pleated.to. n'nouncethtarrivat'of .corner thereoffor'the town of.Beeer niintcrestediiithc.saidscboonerhcicarg9tackkp1.andiituethat .

no doubt, be received by the Be is-. :: fray-Light,..a Salute of Thirteen Judge smith, from .Was IDtj; < .
terand Receiver without ,the\ necessity, Guns ton.-.Iden.' .... ... cabOv& j i/periti/ i'-in the'possesslpn'pf hey appear before thereotirt aforesaid
on the part of the claimants,, to produce f' J' ;.',4 : ''pharles Beeler ana.been tale Air foe Court ;House in 'Penacolaat the5ne

proof again, or, on their part, of' a re-ez- AtSuiise:. ,:; the National Flag Fillt Years. ago.Wlathe ':"a \eiecution, and.will be sold' ,at-public ..term'. :thereof... Jhen .Iwd i tliBny tOo:., ;

atnination. It cannot'be.; disguised thatI hoisted. witli a chime of'bells and conditldn of thes.e'7 ,United auction, or ftp _much: thereof,as will pay interpoae T their,' laIrn-foi the: *, andmka : "' .

:felt a deeper.interest io'the 'passage of. one gun' ; ,. 'St. thenyand'what. ,.it,it JOJITTo .l. the dtintrcsnd cot,- as caired ,for their alliation* in tbat Wbalf.f :>' ... '
the donation and pre-emption' laws,:: and D'ecliratFon'ofIflep1nt1enb.e S iq gaid ,exsctttronfof cash, 'in; ;. oJ.1t.o': ,wiRiaS 0 bree-" -
At 10 o'clockythic wlatc&rcUmstancet. this unexampled ,
.' : the. of .. .. ... .t .. .
iii ,
nude greater efforts for their accomplish thcouuoui, City e iacolaV c. ". ....."& -'. ,w: 'P .
ment,that any other. :Roads'and' 'Canals' .Vill'- tie..IPikation -rc a '; tobe 'prosperity 4' "attribuialle' 'on"',:'uesday the: 1st day of;AugustAefcCbttween : .. j .' ... ."- :

could be attended hcreaf but those foHbVerfbAV / .., > .. \: -and to'whose eicftlbns 'ar e 'we' : the .hours of: q.-*ndf 12' .ena.. pla. ,*Jiuw.:.161i. .. '- -.'. .', "'w'.. : :
to have ;Hfehi.H.: )1BRAOUIJ'RIb'G'E indebted( for' -oicIocEA..II. :. I. '- -' 4,, :.:;-- f ,-,'
effect wcriDdiJptIabC.Uisseuion ; ty .the our, preteH' t.*9J9fmeats t. ".1- ( -- ., t::!A .J. .,. .- .
and hence the .early': penadvt.which :; : ,, "* '?.1 and our:fu\tire:bojestcondition'. -:! >.,... 4 .. 4 ::...wjjuusekree. : .. <. ..10'.. ..'.&EDiN. '. ,'...: W..,. ;. '".,< ::. ;; ,... .'

$ they.were J.ntroduced"and; the.real. ; laVciocV. : ,' :ntio!, *. ? Grand : ;.ttr't., O't ..was. .de.jenaentand .' ',,' ... I with whicfc they: : resed/;; ould: t .J : b:7:. ., .
wcre .
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not be contented,s\y hilt t. die: honest'>and.. 'Salute.! "* < : 4ari-1t'.tY. e ,sow*fa- &"..-.-;;" :".. '- Y. -\' ",_I. ,1a', ..:, 1 -, : % f .t
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'. .t-.,..--....... -- JI--._ 15 I: 11 -,- 1PO"E 'NOTICELETTERS I, AVID C. P1NKEA11, ::1 ;' 'w ':PRO, : :

lAL.- Testamentary pnthe estate Counsellor at"Law., % .,'! .. '' -- ':4>FNEW ,TUS :
J :
't deceased \ '
& PIUK'fO :4
.' For the Pentacota Gazette.SONG. I having been granted to the subscriber by HAVING fixed his residence Fensa- SOE .' B ,

the County Court of Escambia County ; practice law, in the courts, THE
..tir-Mr"ttte de'Nina. all persons'hating demands against said I of Escainbia, >YU6n, Jackson, Gadsden Cmlstioo i n
:When the silken band. that fettered our estate are requested to present the same and Leon CountieX and alsO at Mobile.
youth immediately, and those indebted are desired He-may be found at.his office next door J WEEKLY" P fER.deYo
below the Post Office. inquiry and the :cause
Iasunderedby'fste'simPeriousdecree, to make,payment to .. I
,' .. And. the fondest hope of our young heart'struth I Hy. Atichelet, ..Pen&acbU,'April 14th, 1826 -tf; Christianity. Its columnar are :
'written communications, '

Shall wither away,as a leaf'on the tree ;i Pensacola,'June 16tb, 1$26-46--8t.i Executor.' Warehouse St. Marks.fllHE and every all religious;whether sentiment believer*and or n
;. Ah where shall we seek, all 'desolate
subscriber baa lately! ,erected near in revelation; may
The then magical charm our-bliss restore ? -Stalling off 'GtoeffjAi *JL the landing at.St. Marks, a comma views freely, provided they do
mIlE i Subscriber, having I determined dicasand WAREHOUSE where morals affect
Alas 'tis in vain the heart good or private :
May throb till it; break .but injured once-feel <__ to bring: his business to a temporary bets prepared to receive goods, eitheron The editor has adopt*d this:
) never close,'will sell of? at reduced prices for Storage or Commission. a full conviction, that freedom
"- more. Cash or approved paper, his present stockconsisting.of Wm. 'Vright.St is the sacred duty' of man, as

\. The wild rose will spring from a desolate ; .'Mark*,Dec. SiOth, 1826.-27- tf. t*J God alone for his a P.
& blue bl'lLbroaddotht
rock sup. truth fears not the fullest
And shed, on its barrenness sweetest t Blue,bl'k,mixed and,ribbeddrab"casi- but is mighty and powerful,
r meres, .a.LT.. vail. This work has been in

The oak perfume that-;hath felt the, Ilght'nmga''sbock -Tartan & Caroline plaids, borabazelteValehtia *, \tn 'I\\ Bushels Allum:Salt, cargo operation for more than one i
toilinette and
Marseilles-vest-ig having commenced a new a
of Schr. from
Hope Return, ,
'' 'May: stand ..nd'the'Y around it -will ': ings, assorted' I Bagged Island. ,just'landed and for sale octavo form,it is well worthy. '.
Bl'k senshaws, sarsnetts figurtt bit ties of liberal minded
bloom ; low.. Enquire-at the'storeof J.TorsythPensacola men,
,. And when it is witherM some other will silks, or of the s'ubscriber. medium of valuable' '
.. spring, White satin* green'1Joreft J. 't ing the progress of free
Its tendrils will twine round the oak, Bl'k and colored canton crapes plain 3errisonjr. record of tfiff- ivances of the

as before ; -,-and figured, May'lSth, 1826. in divesting itself of (those
Yet the heart injured'onoe, like the trunk 'Women's worsted coloured silk hose, / whicb'have hitherto proved !
remain, Coloured braces, Men's beaver gloves,J Cordials_ Bitters, &c. happiness of the human family. .
,But the flowers of life will never bloom i Women's white and coloured kid do. HE subscriber has lately received I Terms subscription SS .
t; Dress and furniture prints Gingham on consignment payable within '.ix months,. or :
f' more.'K. Coloured Cambricks;'Dimity, 15 cases Liqueurs assorted paid in advance; no '
r : Plain and 'figured book rmislkts! ed for less twin six months, g 'I
do. wine bitters
r: Collaretts, 10 '.. ble in advance. Those'who ;
4 For' the Penr c la G :ettt.TO'fr..J Cambric and mull do. Insertions,r' 8 bbls. cherry" bounce, sponsibfe. 'and'pay for five

fi C.of-B********. White tulle, plush, striped muslin, ALSO, receive a sixth gratis.Communications'free. +
t'Imitated Gingham rdbes, Bolivar stripes, '"'of'
from lines by of student of the University CBangup cord,bl'k silk velvet, 30 boxes Vermicelli, dressed B"Bates,.$80

Gottengen. Brown holland, yellow nankeen* All of which will be sold very low to close York,willreceive immediate
Irish linens in demi. ieceslont'lawn. sal es. Editors drapers friendly to
: Whene'er with haggard eyes I view" Linen cambrics,threads assorted, J..Jerrison jr. ry, are respectfully requested :
This sand beach and this, dreary land ; Ribbons assorted, Above an insertion in their
I think of my companions true, "Bl'k and colored Galoons Pensacola, May 19th, 1826. : hi8
=- Who studied with me, at the U- Waist belts and buckles, flag h'kfs. eat
'trivenitv. of Maryland Cashmere Gros de NaPle.and uze do AN ORDINANCE, the above place, the works

Artitici.ltO wers :'and wreaths, tapes, Regulating Drays in the tinguished RAMMOUCN .
': Ah 1.I,nor the at-.JSn. D'" 2t: :.. "" p.I'' 'jSHJfciet iif..*i ... n arl buttons, City India Reformer; handsomely : ,
,T his surely must be fairy land iI Coloured flag, inadrass h'kfs. Cravat. -of. Pensaeola. sheep', with a correct JSkeneaa- : I :
little thought this whilst drew i Linen checks | and 4.4 co. do. Est Ordained by' the Board oJ-.Atdt I. ramenttnan, '
instruction pleasing, from the U- Domestic plaids, stripes and lurbngs.Co. ** men of the City of Pensacola, That from In boards :
Diversity of Maryland. ticking,bear duck, sheetings, and after the passing of this Ordinance, Without likeness,
Letter paper, spelling books'quillsr the price of Drayage shall not exceed
'Twas then our greatest dread and. feabefore ; Scissors, pen & pocket knives, razorsin thirty-one and a fourth cents per load, By thPreentoihe
old Potter to appear ; cases, transported to any part of the city. For States. ,
We shuddered and were at a stand Table knives and forks, razor straps every offence against this section, the .
When the professor look'd us through, and paste Drayman, or owner of the Dray, shall forfeit rtN' pursuance of Law, I, !
fVndpopp'd us questions,at the University 'Needles, pins, thimbles, fish hooks and and pay the sum of three dollars. _> AD-IMS, President the
Maryland. ;line's.SPectacleS. 2.. Be it further Ordained, That when of America, do hereby proclaim
in cases, toothbrushes, any Drayman or owner of a Dray,"shall e known, that-a Public Site Wi ll'
I What Sancho Panza said;is'true, Whip hand and cross-cut saw file, requested to transport any merchandize, the Land Office 'Tallahassee
Dry-shotHu our own cheary-land, Gun locks, gun dints, wood,.lumber or any other> article usualto Florida on the third Monday
Lights and dbcov'ries old and new, Brittania,tutania & tinned Iron spoons, be transported in Drays,-it shall be his'duty 1827, for the disposal'the
Might be as well learned at the University Stock.and pad Jocks, cut tacks, to comply,unless previously engaged ate in the District of'Lands "
of Maryland. Shoe pincers and hammers, awl blades to perform similar services, or without salt at Tallahassee, and in the
and hafts, some other excuse deemed sufficient by hereafter designated, viz .,
-Sweet 'kerchief marked" H. W Screw mortice chisels 'Fractional townships No. 1
augers the Mayor; and for each refusal or noncompliance _
Presented by my deary's hand, 'Wire and hair sieves, frying pans, be shall forfeit and, pay thesum north of Range No. 2, west,
Thou'rt wet with tears quite through,and Weeding hoes,trace chains, of three dollars; Fractional' township No.2,
: through, Men's superior and common saddles, 3. Be it further OrdGined:Tbil all Drays Range No.2, west, ,,
., tii'hope'er 1 think'upon the U- Fine and:tom...plated curb & snaffle shall be numbered'on the near shaft, inconspicuous a Fractional townships No. 2-. :

niversity of Maryland. bridles, mariner, and the number shall( north of Range No.3, west,
I Saddle bags*,collars,rrtartingab, be specified the-licenses to be takenout .fractlontftownsbips. No. 2 :
Would that I had remained at home, Men's'fine & low priced shoes &boots, by the owner, of the Dray, and for north Range No. 4, west,
Nor ever thought abroad to roam, Women's morocco'and prunella shoes, non compliance with this section, the Fractional, township No.2'north
Upcn a distant foreign strand. Children's shoes, straw bonnets, Drayman or owner of the Dray shall not. Range No. S, west,
With the assistance of my tu- ..j Wool hats, beaver hats, castor fcrorum be entitled to receive drayage.. Fractional township No.3, 8t"v;
tor J might practice near the University | hats, 4.. Be it further Ordained Range No. 5,.west,
of Maryland. Cotton cards sleeping brushes, the owner of any dray shall be ThDr Fractional townships No. 2 ;

.B.Barrancas Cotton bagging, baling twine, any damage or injury done to goodsthrough north of Range' No. 6, west
June 20th 1826. Imp. &young hyson tea, loaf sugar, the carelessness or negligence of Including the County :
Madeira town of Qnincy..Also .
Tcr.erUic and .Lisbon wines, the driver.
Cognac brandy, Holland gin, 5. Be further Ordained, That all fines: ,'townshipsNo. 3, 4 and
JAMES CORNELL. Sup. chewing tobacco, common do. and forfeitures provided for in this Ordinance i- of Ranges 9, 10.11. 12,'13 and. :
JLateEditor'of The Port-Gibton 'Co w Best brown sugar, Havana coffee, shall be recovered by complaint including the Chipola country,
Cut nails'assorted,German steel .' of the Holmes' Creek seUlcm
respondent, | before the Mayor for the benefit of the
' PRESENTS to the citizens of Natchez Sweet oil,lamp do.copperas., City Pentacola. Also, fractional sections No.

of Mississippi, under 'Vinegar, pepper, allspice passed, May 31st, 1826, 10,11,14,15,17,18, 21, 22,
the influence of such feelings as should Brown soap sperm and tallow candles, P. Alba Pres't. 29,30 and 31, in fractional t \
appertain to an individual, seeking; the Window glass cider in boxes, 2, north of Range 4> east; and I
advancement of his own interest, and .Gunpowder, lead and shot assorted, Hora. L. Higley, sections No. 23, 24; 2525,35 i
usefulness to the community, proposalsto 'Castings, ovens, pots, spiders and andirons Secrttary. fractional township No. 3/north :
publish in the city of Natchez, a weekly Approved, June'1st, 1826, 4 east, all of in ich fractional se !
.. paper, to be called, Tin and crockery wa-e assorted, John Jerrison Mayor. bounded by the Lake ,
I The sale
THB Northern lard, hams, tacpmmenc* with
rl D.tcne,7. N Mackerel'and mess beef in half barrels, 4-3t...; I number of section, township
; ""
'W8.P\\pe,1!'9 Shad, No.'1. beef codfish, &-c. &c. &c. Arthur P. Haines, and to proceed in the order
And Public Advertiser this'Proclamation. tlt
JerrisOn .
v* tlP
Upon an Imperial sheet with The
new materials John lands reserved by law
S of the first quality,at the-same price Pensacola,June 10th, 1826. Adm'r.Darrington and Catha- IN PARTITION. of schools,"or for other '
and under similar regulations with other fractional sections bounded
Imperial published in the State. John de la Rua, rine King, Adm'x. line by
papers 8: the heirs of Wm. gia be excluded from
The materials will probably arrive about Vf. Given under hind '
my at
the last of next month, and-thefirst; the heirs of Tur "t King deceased.
number Washington, this 20th
day of
willappear immediatelythcrethe r ner Stark, the PURSUANT to a writ of Partition, di 1826.
'J C. has ho enemies, and will -.notaerie heirs of Jos. Phillips IN; PARTITION. from the Superior'Co utt
any. .He has friend? and will se dve R. K. Call, for the Western District of Florida, returnable John Q. A ] :
them,when can be done without F Mcrifice J amesRamage, & at the next' term of said Court, By the President, I
propriety.. He knows no party all Others-concern-J we will, on the tenth day or lull next: CreoTgtJ Graham,, w
.proceed to make partition of certain
-e d. _
\if there be be does
; one, sots belong' Commissioner of the
of land bounded
to it. lie invests his-all in this attempt, 'IN pursuance of a writ of partition, is' tract as follows-: 17-SOt. General'Land;
from the Beginning atGalvez's spring and run.nmg ,
and will with cheerfulness, succeed. *or Superior Court in and
fail as he shall deserve. for the Western District of Florida, to us due north and west therefrom, so far Tv2..
directed and as to include-said and 4 lYC
,116 had commenced a 'considdra'Dfe returnable at the next term spring containing
sating forth of hit republican principles of said Court, we the undersigned par i- eight hundred superficial arpens- and, t\ PPL1C has'been
r of his determination to "be indefatigable; tioners will proceed to make partition of also, a certain other tract of land, near the'City Wmmmtmimmmm Bankbfthe' United WMt>
and zealous i of his devotion to .the public a certain tract of land lying and being: in of Pensacola, and separated from one .newal'of the following
weal, with all the customary XT caa TY' Escambia -County, containing: four hun of the fauxbuurgs thereof by a street sixty viz: -
eras of editorial :DXBOT but has erasedthe dred arpens more or less, commonly called i I- feet wide, having twenty-five arpens D.No. 16, payable to
whoJeand.m-eans same,and more, I the Gonzales tract ; held by the aim -. fronton said street, and running back so Morgan,at the Office Of Di
saying"I WILL,DO MY DUTY' ;" said Join de la Rua, the heirs of Turner far as to include in the said tract eight and Deposit,N.Orleans,dated
I 'Y,.Natchex February 13, 1826. : :Stark,the heirs of JOI.l Phillips, R.'K. Call hundred err P ens. The whole owned in ladelphia 5th April.819, .
fee simple by the said Arthur P. and the F.
and James Rama e, as tenants-in co n- No. 1619,payable to
FOR SALE. 1, mon-and this notice is given to the a. .I heirs of the late Wm. King deceased, O West, at do. date, let May, > '
rforesaid tenants and all.others concerned tenants in common {hereof. H. No. 34> payable to..
IHB subscriber, Executor of the 1811!to shew rf D. L. Clinch Saul, ,do. date 10th'
: &It. Will and Testament of Francisco] cause, any they have, why the May.1818
Touard, late of Pensacola deceased, offers J aforesaid tract of Und should not'be par- A W. Thornton '. E. No. 4716, payable to [
forlale the titioned-pursuant to an act to provide West at do. date 2d May 1835,
4-, fig to the Estate the property said dedeased, bolo:ng' for"the partition of lands in this 'fe rnto' Philip Wager, W. 9749; same, date 4th !
The undivided 'Jn'y- Said partition to be entered upon James -1824,
half of Tract
a of La ,| Raraage
the A.
containing on seventh day of July next. No. 2542 payable to J.

Hy. Micheiet Thomas Wright at Philadelphia, 1st Jan. 1817,. '
: t4I c aca Jos. Pensacola, 1st June;'.1826-14-4t. A. No. J514; payable P.
Keyser, at Philadelphia,1st.Jan. 1817, >
Situated North East of Bayou de la I Francisco P. :Palm e s rr \\It'EN.r
Trucha, on the ba9of San Mary dc'Gal.-1 .. ', ,
Tez,'about twenty one mile from the .Joseph Noriega, t ND committed to jail on the 29th
CUy'of Pensacola: and a P. Alba, 11 April, tilt a negro man who calla The above mentioned notes >>

... H himself closed in a letter of
HOUSE & LOT e pry Wilson,.. ed'to C 'pt. Andrew Soyd,.of
n B ,- Oeo. E. A.'Kicketts.Pensacolsi 'J p I1&m.9 er Caravan of New-York,
:1st June 1836. went to tea from this '
,; 4t. i port, on
f: in .the' City of Pensacola, fronting on j .- ; '. I I e.'eet;and three quarters of anincK day of Sept. 2825, bound to; :
Alcaniz Street said lot containing 521 feel, LIVE OAK. 4 : 'high, of black complexion, land, for.a Cargo of salt, aad'.
,front '80.feet deep and known in the I < I he his a bold look&a disposition since been heard of it is sacpP'
' Plan of the City as number 112. : NATT COXJCISSIOVXKS' Qmct, 7 ipMu *" be very talkative.t he says he Sd at sea .
The above property will be sold on WAsmKaTov, 27tb'March, '118 6..s is bout twenty-seven years,of age, and Sttme & ',
: creJit- onehalfofthe purchase money I SEALED, proposals will be received I belongs ,to )It. Isaac .Barrel, living in
to be jisid in ope year' tndthe "'remai odor .e 31st day. of July next, ,for I Green County State. ,of 1>lassiati )i. No Pensacola,10th:May, ,. 1825.. ; :

: t 5Q two"eFie," Payments 'I o be sec us ed the frames supply of.three of Live Oak' timber for hero other ifentifvingmarksperceptUle.: .<[Notice.is ,
by notes, wiith.a .mortgage on the pre- -* frigates T, .sotto moulds h F. S. Chapman Hereby
i mires*, ." V' one of which,withj 1800 ubirfeet'ofp flDHAT t\tho next term;''of t:
R : .. v miscVous timber to be :delivered on, or .. F. Commyns, >bi, tie Count y"Court,! will P '

Desiderid.Quina.irth ., before tlieaft day'of Se tetaber'1 82 ', at >_ ,,' City ont :/ sa. ac"cQut\Js and"Touchers, .and'
e" 1i c 1 arch-is26'- tf. each of the NavyYards? 'it:Bostoo,:New.YOfk : Pensaola, May 5th, 1826-:.10=tf. I fin settlement of the atatc.ijf. ;
\.......: -..' _, ....... .UT A.TlTa... ,:' and Phibuld his. .. AUjo for nine i lone decc etL" '. s o : ,
?[" 1:1 Q P TING ,
Lire Oak beams TiI
: \ ." a frigate of the\1st dee h $; : :
-" Of T&rWs descriptioas:t eale'st this N :
/ of clasato be delivered sit the,til.ifYanl:at J&etcutcd'wltKdetflatctiai: thi '. 0W 1qr? ; :: I
a'1k. / New,York. iS ',$dwttn,.
'' '-..,; = -Office,., Pensucola. Hay 27,1826-i3-: .. ,
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