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 8, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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An act ,
W. HABELL HUNT Vjrjeia.Wtweefl; l the Little. Mi. : In-the DHKHet .qf .Nonh'Carolina. W1t 'Visions on the. "wayasa' -.= L';.. < I'
araaaod'&ciota mert 'ihall. Sd .. Tnrro juri Paormnrroa ; .: [ I i .I : Tuesday last, the ctJiflultersas'yol'
ptASther of the Lav,if.the Untied States Until the first day of June, ...Belt enacted by Xht Senate: and Mississippi i river, and other Declaration ci'IntependeiIce '
and of the 7'grr-ggorgofFZrida. eighteeh hundred and twenty-nine House: of Rejirejicntativcs of the It .msl..td furnish them with. ,ifras commemorated .

SuiiscBirnoH-Yeir' 3 5 to'.obtain warrantsi i and until the United, States of,America, in Congress provisions.for- their support ..rooneyeat.rter. ,WitlUdUal, ..splendor this_ City .

iiilfyearQuarter t.50 first day of June; eighteen hundredand assembled. That the District their -arrifal" in thecountry'hicbfnay :, under thkMIpe ntendente, of _

year thirty two to complete their of.,the United States for be set apart the Committee .
Single paper twelve and an half cents. Courts previously appointed
in advance. ideation and Until the first-day of fort.bem, tOe the: westward .of .the tb '
Subscriptions payable ; the District of North Carolina; make. arrange men.ts for the
AnvMTisiiro! :--Every advertisement June,eighteen hundred arid thir shall, after the passing of this act, Territory Arkansas. or State of I.pur ose.' '
of the width of one column and measuring their Missouri, and, .the United State* ;The .
ty three to return surveys commence-and be hblderi on the ,'" day was ushered in by a'
not more than twelve lines bf this type arid certified copies will.pay to, all such emigrant ,-.the salute of .thirteen lEd
first insertion one dollar.each weekly continuance warrants, or following days, instead of the time the i guns .at
fifty cents; longer and wider thereof, to the cominissid of heretofore established by l law; thatis actual value of. all improvements ,sunrise the National-flag waa

ones at the same rate. Rule and figure ih'e General Land Office, and to to say : at EdentoD,-,in and for left. by them', ,a tod which are raised j with one'gu.'aba-a'p .1 of .

work, double price for the first insenion. obtain patent : Provided, That the District of Albemafle, on the of a nature to add to the real value bells., ; V ;:- "

Advertisements will be tasteful l display ho location shall be made bjr virtue third Monday of April and October 'ot.theiind", which is to be ascertained At Ib'o'cloc t a ,veify' Bumerdui f
nature of them, and
ed, according to the of warrant obtained after by a Commissioner appointed of Citizens of '
assemblage the Fen-
will be measured by" matter of this size any ; at Newbern, in and Tor the
type. When inserted at intervals, (that the first day of June* eighteen district of Pamptico, on the .by the 'President of the sacola: repaired to.the. CourtHouse '

is,not inserted every week,from the firstto hundred and'ttienty nine, and no Thursday .next after, the third United Stales for that purpose, and ; where.th'e DECLARATioiroirINDEPEKOF.NCII ..

the last insertion) each insertion will patent .shall issue in Consequence Monday of April and October; paid-for as soon as practicable after wai :read, and the

be charged as a new advertisement.- of any location made after the first and at Wilmington and for the the passage or this_act,not ex following Oration. was' del ur d."
for advertising payable alwayson
demand. day of June, eighteen' hundredand district of Cape Fear, on, the ceeding twenty 'thousand dollari.Sec. by the Bon., H. M. Brackenrid/ge. ; '

(aJ: Liberal contracts will be made' thirty two : And Provided also fourth Monday'ofApril and Octo- 2. And be it further enacted, r. ORATION: .

with those who wish to advertise by the That no patent shall be obtained ber. That the agent to be appointed to FELLOW 'CITIZENS.--In obedience '

year.QCJ.* Communications directed .to W. on any such warrant, unless Sec. 2. And Beit further enacted accompany and retidtS with the aforesaid to the custom .of",our._native, ',.i '
emigrating,Creeks, according : "
llasell Hunt, Post Master, Pensacola, there be produ.cedto; the Secretaryof That all suits, actions, writs, tr. or1I'4 p4j.. ntjjtf .:are: .
will be duly attended to. War, satisfactor;.evidence that process and, ',.other 'proceedings, to article eightJpfjthe shall: < &tyi&stftboveTrtentfortedi : Oi1to cekbtatethi. fi9 t.j.irapoMaht .'d iios r ', .
J .! --=-- suCh warrant w'a. 'granted lQ?'services : commenced or to cornnVcnce, or receive dtytt her ibnahi, The

Laws of the Untied States. which; by the laws of Virginia which shall tie how pending any an annual salary of fifteen hundred. first* because. on' this day our national \

passed to the cession,of d l1ars. f\ existence -
I I prior of the District Courts\ot the Jind began ; theb moat
6e enacted
-f.--1 he North western \I"erritorywould district of North Carolinaas here Sec. 3. further. important;' .because' on this day .
delivered to
shall be
have entitled such officer or soldier tofore established, shall 6t) "return I i That there she received the-mighty impulse

his heirs or assigns, to boun-' able to, heard, tried, and proceeded the said agent, in full each and every of Under whose influence she still. !
fair and proportion
ty lands ; and also a certificate of'the with in the said District Courts, year, ,a moves. .. :
of the Land office of all the annuities heretofore stipulated To the philanthropist
Register enlightened
in the same manner as if the';time Indians
Virginia that no warrant has issued for holding thereof had not been tobepaid; to the Creek of emigrants of every country it is a day of

from the said Land Office changed. according 'to the number joy, for it is the day OfL1flkRT.Y.v
for the same service. Approved-May" 20, 1826. who may remove ; ,to To the despots or the earth, it is a

Sec. 2. And be further- enacted, i[:PDBZIC-No. 58.] :' enable the government to divide day of grief_ for should its princi"pieS

That no patent shall be issued, by An act supplementary to the act entitled the annuities fairly, the. agents prevail and prevail they must,' ,',
**an act to incorporate the inhibitants shall make annual returns of the ...
virtue of the for disappear
preceding section they are true; tyrants will "
of the city of Washington, and ,to repeal bf such .
whole number emigrants
for a greater quantity of land than all acts heretofore passed for that ; and nations will'spring upc "i

the rank, or term of service, of the purpose,",passed.fifteenth May, eighteen and the amount to be paid under i elastic from beneath the foot of '

officer or soldier, to whom or to hundred and twenty. the ninth article of the treaty" aforesaid oppression. .To 'us, the inhabitantS -

whose heirs or assigns such war Be it enacted by lie Senate and may be extended. to any of'this favored. region, it is a*

rant has been granted, would have Route of Representative* of the united number of emigrants over and day confidence for'it is ourPOLITICAL '
1N---- entitled him to, under the aforesaid State of America, in Congrets above three thousand persons. 'JUBILEE.: Tim ;'thc great
That the fifteenth .. Sec. 4. And Be itfuithcr enacted, .
laws Virginia; and whenever assembled. prover of every human scheme, on
iJY.AUTIIORITY.PCBt.1cNo.53. it appears to the Secretary of section of the act fifteenth May, Thar, for the purpose of ,making a Itruc\ure.supposcd utiful

[ .] to bold" War, that the survey made by virtue eighteen hundred and twenty; Jo known the beneficial objects o! the to be permanent, has affixed :the .
An act to enable the President
treaties with certain Indian Tribes. uf any of the aforesaid warrants which this is a supplement, shall government;and for carrying seal of his approbation ; noble and. .
is for of be ao construed as to extend the effect the objects of' this act, the it the ,
Be it enacted by the Senate and a greater quantity majestic,7 moves.. along -
House of Reflre&entdtrte of the land than the officer or soldier is provisions of said ectioa_ .well i agent to be appointed to reside stream, strong from,.success,: bold ,

United States of America, in Congress entitled to for his services, the to public open spaces as t p blic with tHe emigrating Creeks, shall from experience and buoyant' with '

4 assembled, That the sum of Secretary. of War shall certify, on squares or ieservation.s.&ppryed.41ay .' have full liberty, for the space of every,hope. ..' i' .

fifteen thousand dollars, to be paid each survey, the amount of such 20,1826. two years, to go amongtbe Indiansof It is the natural dictate of the y
of the and the officeror [PUBUO-No.-59.] the Creek nation, and explainto human heart to bye and ycuerite. "
out any money in Treasury surplus quantity, An act altering the time of holding the .
nnt otherwise appropriated shall' soldier, his, heirs or assigns, Courts in the District of Columbia. them the policy of the government the recollections of those epocha '

be, and the same hereby is, appropriated I shall have leave to withdraw his Be it enacted by the Senate and and to give to such individuals which have .been signalized: by I'

to defray the expense of survey from the office of the Secretary House of Representative* of the I families' and parties,as may great benefits conferred; or' great < .:..

holding treaties with the Miami I of War, and re-survey his location United States of America, in Congress determine, from time to time; all' calamities averted. Many of them t',
anti Pottawattami tHbe of Indians excluding such surplus assembled, That the Circuit the aids which are contemplatedby have been hallowed and consecrated '

and any other tribes claiming quantity, in one body, from any Court for Washington county, in this act ; and shall designate a to religion ; and although' the. .
lands in the State of Indiana. of his and proper place at which; the emi is not .of
'\ part re-survey, a patent the District of Columbia, shall day we celebrate one
JOHN W.T AVLOR, shall issue upon such re-survey,as hereafter commence and be held grants may cross the, Mississippiriver them; yet- we cannot for a moment
Speaker of the House Representatives. in other ; and shall establish depots of > have
consider the
cases. on the first Monday of December, blessings we experienced
Vice-President JOHN of the C.United CALHOUN States,, and Sec. 3. And oe it further enact and first Motiday of. r.fay\-.in each provisions at one or more places, ; from magnanimous

President of the Senate. ed, That no holder of any warrant year, instead of the days now fixed under the care suitable persons, declaration of the fathers "of-our

Approved-May 20,826. which has been, or may tie by law ; and the Circuit Court, to support them ton tber.m.: rch. revolution,. without discovering1
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. located shall be Sec. 5. And. be it further enacted han'dof the -
permitted to for the county of Alexandria, in the ,greatdispenserofevery
,. .withdraw or remove the same, the said District, on the first Mon That \e sum of sixty thousand good, Our obligation

(Piratic-No. 54.] and locate it on any,other land, except day of November, and the second dollars, to be paid out of any ..money is therefore gratitude, first to that .
An act allowing fees to the District Attorney otherwiseappro'prtatec "
in the not
:of Missouri. in cases of eviction in coo- Monday of April, instead of the Treasury being whom we acknowledge-as

Be it enacted by the Senate and sequence of a l Judgment first days now fixed by law ; and that !, shall be, and the our universal benefactori and/

1 House of l1 preentaitieaofthe United obtained,. from the whole or part all process whatsoever, 'now issued same is hereby, appropriated,this to nextto the sages and"'warriors: ,.bjr _

States of America, in Congress of the located land or Unless it be or which may be issued, irE the ; defray the expense carrying- whose instrumentality; we have I
found act into effect.AppriwedMay. become the nioit fortunate of nations -. ",
to interfere with
assembledi That there be allowed a prior respective counties in Washington -
20, IfiSff. . :
to the Attorney of the United and survey ; nor shall any and Alexandria, itt said District, ?..Jr : Forwhatpeopleaemprexempt _. -

States, for the District d 1\JVtissoariy lands heretofore sold by the. United returnable to the days respectively S "POETI.C.aL: ; -- from' the calamities incident
Slates within the boundaries ,to human society; :.or ibar'] :.
a fee of six dollars in ..each ; now fixed by law, for each '
case now pending, or hereafter to of said reservation, be subject to of the said counties, shall be re -- -. more largely in its benefits' ? Xo '.

be by him prosecuted on behalf ofthe location, by the holder of any such turnable and returned on the days For the Pentacola Gazette. 'scenes ". r/domestic feud deform'

unlocated Provided SgNG i the' face of our lid and 11(.every --
United States, to be paid by warrant : prescribed by this act ;- and,causes
the unsuccessful party, in additionto That no location shall, after the ., recognizances, pleas and ,proceedings for the 4th of July 1826.- nation 'we'are at pea. e.. W ljat :

the salary and- compensation by passage of this act, be made on civil.and. criminal, returnable Tune Scots toha hd." people thoresate. in their persons:

law : Provided, That the fees lands for which patents had previously to and depending'before, AsRIcaiciwhoae patriot souls, or'better"secured ia their poisesslons -."

herein provided for, shall not be issued, or which had been the said Courts, at the respectivetimes Pure love LIBERTY? controuls, ,rf 'from:rapacity' and vi len'Ci"r= ..
Honor with song-, and flowing bowls mdre certain f1- '
Where is /
taxed on any suit now commenced previously surveyed,- nor shall any of holding the i'ame. as heretofore This her,natal v industry -
or to be commenced, or an,. location be made on lands lying established, shall be..return t *: ray.. its w.1'da'D'd':: where, in the Ian .. __

petition filed or to be filed, in rela- west Ludlow's line j and any patent ed and continued, in the* 'same In See starry.radiance yon proud Ship,' bright her emblem and clear-jear. page' scripture,. :can. we ." set: : ;

tion to"the confirmation of land which, nevertheless may be counties, respectively in the same On this.the'dawn of,thc.fiftieth year down under own Vine and figf tree,'\* '

claims in Missouri, under the provisions obtained,.contrary to the provisions manner as if the said causes;. re- Since first our foes with less f to make us afraid ? '

of the act of the twenty of thi section, shall be .null ,cognizances plfias and proceedings Saw'Free Icmi's'Cos cujftndztj"rise/ :Tlie comparisons*'are oi'instit1 t,,. ,
sixth of May one thousand eight and void. : ', hadben,. regularly returned' : Upheld by all th t'; good and wise," ed as i i arrogance anU1'

hundred and twenty four. Approved'-Mav 20, 1826.. or continued to the..said respective And float- on breath of battle-cries i pride, bat'c' l t gratitude. ,
w death er Lib ity.JJLong '
Sec 2. And be further enacted, times appointed, ,by this act for : I'Could 'we compare .our situation? *
That the said did'OUT fathers, toil and,bleed, with -that qf so many bf oar vfellbV 5
as a compensation to the holding courts*
said: District [PUBLIC-No. 56.J 20, 182 Cheered by thatciy-atlengththe. meed, creatures in'other countries,at tbitr .
in Approved-May
Attorney, cases An act supplementary to "an'act providing "* They sought, they foiiddrctr country under bjrei. .
in which, lie has ,already fur the disposition of three several / moment groaning: '
prosecuted [PUBLIC-No. 61.}- .. .- '
ictiini7 f i-
tract of land in Tustarairas ? > tion,.the.triIDb1iDit' .
suits .
the county
State ; FIbuHshing peaceably.A
_in the State of h o'ahd for other,purposes An act to aid certain Indians of the CreekN..tion'in : sery, anti.a j:"* 'shoal",iidee ',
judgment, .shall. .receive the the sixth of their removal 'tbe'lie'st of : hard-e'arned meed-.f ..ani''Ibm '
sum of tuo_ hundred and' ,fifty Collars May,one; passed thousand eight twenty: : hutidred day and the Mississippi. Defender: fen- )ut #evil slave find cause to:be: gitefuL.1t'bea* > .
all humast -
tobe: paid.to, him by the proper twtAty-four. .Belt enacted by'the'Senate end Or,fled,'6r found bloody grave/ th'mes'tis ,'thsj/: .by.'- : .

'officerof the Treasury-De, J3rit nI cl'l1.try: the:Ssnate and, House of Refireatntativjt oj ,rthe With tyranny' mCanSt enoeavot k-.**to*'*''prbfltft..' '.
partment. House of Representatives' of the United States QfAmtricafW&ufrgress : Tlien let Uie"son*:revere. :the.dav proipithiCb: ; ,t'le .' :
Approved-May 20th, 1826. United* Stat ',of America,"in Congress assembled. That ihie:_United Their fitlienfona'd: thitproud>amy, lot. Fareaslerjitthe : ii. .
Which frCCd&WOrI&, : from tyrant'i;sway ed us than Itbatr"tilCh1'.. se ": '
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assembled That the 'Secre States will cb arrio f '
give to e* ;- ;: 1; 'Ajbreii'O'erriat' p' wr .0 "
i Puaut-.No$5.] of Treasury,be, and be is the nation of-Creek. .ledUn,.whp 4"- ed :'byourT fatheiii! } '"ii.::OmtO ..
An tarT : ,
act to extend the time_ .for, locating- .Pyea:4' p'1 elebrite'to'etrjoy it al" the!:!; .
Virginia Military( Land Warrants and hereby, authorized to 'adopt such shall at any. tirire 'wlrtin Wo yeara .;To Itrteg wbrth- 4ieal& mnd: spliuseOur -. the .d D '., "\b
returning surveys ereon to the General measures as, in his .judgment,. the .remove to the west uf, i erMis ivsippVaccorditig cbuotfyVcoubcila, righti'And laVf to., .... ".. p- .. 'Ii ,J :t: ... '
Land Office.Beftenactcd: interests.the United Slates, and .to article'six,'.q \. '-- BeCverfre.Afl : ':. .- ; ,) ,.' 'oaI-e A."Siused ,-- 1I'U' _. .
11 ; the. ;
;byttneSenate_ and .parties-concernedmay require,- "the..trcatf made:and, .concluded at : BU f,', ft1. t' 'rid1ienn12k': .:-i! ;. <"...w 'I..lfhn.: "L.t .

House of Representatives of the for,the purpose of carrying: into Washingtod City,'on the26th'dy. cOl' .inbik'a.. :fan2a1 ,". :.. ;.1A.. ... _'F1'kI: durng
United States ,o/vfmertfff"w Con* full and' complete effect,the 'previsions of January, 'one. thousand eight Reply:, br. Sailor, .,. ,ldeJ.mAbs&tatee-y oI 1io -.' ,""" 1M "::1l.e'. ItSi
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grett assembled, That the_officers of the' act to which* this hundred andlweniyisix between ".,. 'fl : .. ,'<.. :r' inEription' 1781." .
.nd-soldier* >f the, "Virginia.. .line : : Lte'd. States aridUhe' CreekInIjans '. .' ...I' "; ._ 'U'.- .t. .".',.1'. :', c.' '
tS a supplement, :and the_ intentions. lbe..U J&int.- tUV,. 10441:.', .;'ito. .. ItlWu; fimiisbee Coaittee4IIr < *'
..the .cwtifieatajeitabUshraent of Co one.rifle 8 4 .aromunition ,- .' : "' .;;, .;"' ;:JI. ('j' :*
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'doubtful- conflict. where ruin, jgnoLMiny 'of chivalry, of heroic [enterprise, be no novelty to see the mail,passing and tl'lnd fetlh1p: of each other,:'until,,jruptitfh <'. you:'oa.ihlf occasion aldto fau- *S -, m.
nd'dea1h' defeat patriotic achievement is not extinguiitjcd -' repuli" ',ln..coaches, or: in '- ie boa.u.. .nin c :shall darken eve?i mind,* !{orr.ut. "'b1l *lojh i w -
waited ,- ,
Hieir from tbe capital of our republic* the ci, poison every b '.. "' *&..id.d' IrWhwrtjght'he ::bif- .'
and wtyere,.to.many'even. success it burns with increased ty of Montezumt ; from:Mexico to Bdgjo- .'Wben" .wc1iurvey' ibt'cbrL' :of :cur pke4-dils., '.'da"Wi: : "e1oceic.. 'but
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: could gi.e.but a 'glimpse ofThepromisedJand'tbey. brightness In.a, purer atmos ta; from Bogota to that city'which, .like c '/ itaot.appear; to_bivebeen.the.deiit : weye.. ....: qttvuq;;; -ere'wlw citteltht 't'
..were' ne,- phere. Eighteen millions, of souls, ours will.bear the name' of the.great leader : of,the,'creator/ tint _it;ihould IwJjeeMtie-.atrufte,- \IIC._
ver'destined; to enter. spread our, the territory of six in the cause liberty; from Bolivar be inhabited By one"'grVat people I "Xre acted irrtfie Grand,DramVoufbf ;1 bitta
.: I each almost equal to St. hgu de.ChiUi. and ,thence to the not our"*hcret'oiir.: mountains, our.rirers, grew the political existence of these trj,
t Shall we attempt to recall tbe great republics, cities of IA Plata j perhaps a'" T gutar our lakes, so rnnj ties which bind! us together ted States. Not one of YOU fas fought,
circumstances of the great event ing,ours in extent, have declared communication with India-and China ; or in one common interesvsnd rela. has bled, has suffered, where victory wts-

we this day commemorate ? We and maintained their independence. those m.ay be 'novelties in their day, until tionahip ? The: hardy *and .enterprising purchased'by'the, innumerable sacrifices

in vain put in requisition all ';AlrW nearly twenty'Tearaof I the human mind,- in.its immeasurable'capacity Sons of the n JrthiaTe the,56cean, .fo*their, which can never be :duly;appreciated,
may and exterminlt war,' ehall bound forward. in the pomiit element; the commodities of -. lie south and there are: many-now, in diver*places,
that painting, all that sculpture! bloody ng and 'and'is it'nbt the who of that victory arid
of other novelties, still more extraordinary require ships seamen,, speak profit by it,
: can accomplish-we may in vain sustained with heroic constancy, ,and destined encounter and subdue common" idttresthat .our countrymen who would have been very inadequate
invoke the inspiration of the orator they are at length completely matters opposition no less obstinate anoYpowerful.Yes ; should be..the 'cirrkrs1'h middle tel the turmoils of Chose trying times:

and the poet-we may in, vain of their,own soil, and to the .}'ell w. Citfeehs this is the first States, more densely populous'and 1 ore. '1, Gentlemen, have witnessed scenes

tax the labors of the historian, -to I friends of human liberty, pressnt: I i political-jubilee} .of.America and in spltao abundant in the necessaries ,of life' will very,similar, in another hemisphere truly,
.- : WiWfeif Spredictions, this confederacy, become manufacturers. The 'fertile and with. results, :'Unhappily,. altogether
1 place before us'tbe' just represeri- the cheering has attained$,rank.amohg: the nations, as west'the.gTanq: ).of the republic, su-ppIY"1 different! --Born t.Ihe year of the Declaratibn -

tation of the spectacle, which our under free and enlightened high. .and".commanding. .it_ once' was in?:an' immense. exportan country exhibited to 'the world in institutions. Their cause is a humble and unpromising Our successin connected with the coast, will swell the fire ot:
the bold alpeal'or this day. Imagination glorious one-it was ours, and although the revolutionary ,struggle was great, tide of commerce. Each possesses its separate essential. compound of my .e1 l e.nce. [
itself would! sink beneath a cautious policy, more oar success, in the subsequent management interest;but each has, at the same only left the School bence to enter: ,the
induced'us of our affairs, has 'not been less ; time,an interest common with the o- ranks of the defenders facause, "hich
tbe task. Our country, trusting to wise than generous,. to and both in despite of the forebodings of tbers. And in'the dispensations' I of pro your fathers had then_demonstrated to be

S ,the justice of her cause, and taking observe a:cold neutrality, yet they our il sponding friends and the denunciations vidence should we at any time, experience possibleofsuccess, and in those, ranks I
S as her guide, the principles set haye never been denied our warm- of'our enemies. To the names a check in the mid career::01"bur have witnessed the varrous-efforts wfaicli

forthin the Declaration of Independence est wishes for their success ; our of the statesmen and heroes, who laid the prosperity, let us believe that its effects my contemporaries have made-;.effort*,

4 unaided sympathy for their sufferings, our foundation ofour republic, the historian will 'be salutary. It may perhaps, bring permit me to say, quite as great,tho' un.
inexperienced, for sacrifices will add many more, not less entitled to us back to republican simplicity and purity successful, as those which they intended
without disciplined soldiers to en admiration the they our gratitude and affection. We have of manners, when we'shall have been to imitate. 'There; all1.u great men..

counter ,an invasion on the ,land, have made and the difficulties metthe lords of the ocean, and we have captivated by the allurements of l luxury, and speak.of.the real great,who are now*

S without .ships to -meet an enemy they have eaconntered. The aw! proved that it was destined by Heaven, and have grown careless of the principles dead-have been equalled,except Wist.isoToir. .

S on the sea, the feeblest, the youngest ful crisis is passed-the day has that that element should be free. We 'of this day. The storm may pass over ,Rome htstceabut one Camillas
nations durst defy to come, when we can hail them as have won trophies on the land which we us : but the air will be purified, and ren; -all Greece ,has riot produced\ equal
: among fellow- hold as a warning whatever nation, dered the fitter for respiration. Even both in Peace' 'and Ynature required
arms and engage in deadly con- brethren, as Americans, shall have the temerity to invade us, and, now that salutary change may be neces. fourteen hundred years of rest before ihc
flict one of,the most ancient, most citizens of the new world Let notthe before much older nations, we have borne sary. We must learn'to be content wth could reproduce him for America. Printe

powerful and renowned. But every narrow bigotry of selfish, politicians the.palm in many of the arts of peace. fewer foreign luxuries, to place less dependence h shad a plenty'of Cat .1ines,ibe has pc_

.. return of this interesting dayS who, like Herod, would But while we feel the advantages of our on foreign nations to supply rished" in the hands!' of a Czsar, who used
peculiar position which entitle us' our'wants, and to depend more the to that ".the sword anti thc-spur
has added the of slay the first born of every family, to assume on say were
to triumph principles "
an attitude so proudly independent, labor ot our own hands By the extentof necessary to govern the glittering or
: then deemed little betterS lest an enemy might be nursed, let us ever be mindful of what is due to the demand for our products abroad, the one, the rapid effect' of the other but

than chimerical, and before the instil into our besoms, unkind others, no matter how much our inferiorsin we .must still continue to regulate the too much da'zzle
I return of another jubilee, they ..willS feelings to the new-born republics, p'ower. A haughty and sordid spirit, cultivation of the soil, and the labors,of verse' >,:the- resent slave-like condition of
S regarded as political revela proclaiming the Iberian bondage' would ill accord with the liberality pro the anvil and the loom. But, we are" a, all Europe shows_ the COnsequences At. '
claimed the world in our memorable world within ourselves," and our internal, the head of ,a government, Cataline j in
of South America more to be desired ,
tions. Even despots begin to re- appeal. Our policy, firm and steady, trade each day increasing by new channels Rome woold not hare attempted to be &
them and finding by us than its emancipation. and bv augmented facilities of intercourse tyrant, if the temp.orary'success
peet response .should be, just and:honorable to all. Far of Marin
in every human breajsi,_ they will The great military republics of, from us be every thought of war for the will bind us together by innumerable -- & of Sylla had'not'excited hi>>ambition EC
ultimately become universal. Let the$outh," should; such ever arise, sake of conquest, or the gratification of a and indissoluble ties.* ;0 COnstant-diIenipp i amongst'the citizen

not then be accused .o1. extravagant Will. be dangerous only to them' rain glory ; and l happily, there is no Car- The acquisition of Florida, the countryso hail not induced him to aim at dominion
us for selves. But the thought is unjust : thage, _which our enmity or ambition, 'or : often overrated and *so often under- it was those repeated attempts which, _
enthusiasm '
expressingthe our policy.urge us to destroyor which, .valued, at one: time'the fabled Dorado, at paved the "wfy to ' wish, that liberty with arms they are simple colonists as we in its timehas sworn to tis an' eternal ha. .another the desert of Tahara, has at last crime was punished on him, that very

as capacious as the ocean, shall were-they are farmersherdsmcn, tred. Evtir with that great people from I obtained for us, ifit ba> no other value, crime succeeded with Octavius, because

embrace t.veryland, and her voice mechanics, and rejoice as sincerely whom we have separated, of hose injustice that compact and round form, securingto division amongst the citizens could no
be.heard on shore. as we did in the opportunity of, we have had so often reason to us the outlets of our rivers, and the'continuity l longer be'appeaaed but by the overwhlem-
every aside the of complain, k becomes us to cultivate the of our coast,which leaves :us nothing ing hand.of Tyranny. This is t history
But our own gifted countrymen, throwing weapons : most friendly feeling, and to leave to the to desire in the augmentation of of all time's' .it has beeu.the fate of tilcountries.
and the sons of genius, among other war, taken up only for def. nce or i records of the historian the memory of territory. But Florida, too, In -her trim Goa has for half t- century

nations, have endeavored to self-preservation, and of resumingtheir I the past. Let us not seek amid the will join the confederacy, 'and >dd*-another : preserved the United ,States from'l'simiw-

do justice to the mighty theme. peaceful I occupations. Mexicans scenes of violence, of war, of desolation, star to the azure banner of Freedor.ia attaint; because! .in his potent goodness
S The historian has traced the incidents ColumbiansPeruvians, Chil for the seeds which have been scatteredby Yes, our territory is complete, its has penxntttd that diviai t..:amongst
S ... Hans be assured tSat such ''senti the event'of this day. We shall findthem limits have been fixed, and may they be have: as yet, lasted, comparatively, but
of the eventful struggle, and Oert11e_ wide space of our republic as lasting time. 'Farfrom us the mad one day. Let us thank*'.tlm- for it.B1'
: future ages 'Will inscribe on the ments have no echo in the bosom in the happiness they have diffused, ambition of Rome,'to extend the bounds inc the consequences of divisions are too

monuments dedicated to our bestS Fredonia. It is the part of despotism in the immense increase of our population, of the empire-let it be ours to preserve. well known I hive seen, ,hundreds ofthousands

benefactors, the names of Washington alone, to put out the lightof and in the harmony and tranquility, them, unaltered and within those b unda-< of good men who wanted to at-

of Franklin.of Henry, of Otis science, lest knowledge may !>edangerous.to which pervade its ample bosom. Theseare ries, let us conquer and subdue, but let taut the same.object, but. who, spliting
bind the human the delightful fruits of equal rights, of our conquests be the conquests of peace on the mea \valked on pfaths not widely
and of others associated with equal laws, and of representative govern -let them be seen in canals nnd'in roads, different, sufficiently 'so to mistake
whatever is happy and fortunate to form in manacles and chains, lest ment. The boasted miracle of Alfred's in great national works i increasing"the their former friends and 'who ceased not

our republic. Would to HeavenS an arm may be raised for violence. sceptre, is almost realized over a surface fountains of public and private plenty ;" ttffire on each'other, until the tiger, followed .

lole illustrious men who fought Neither Washington nor our Frank. territory nearly as extensive as Europe. so that the enlightened stranger, who has by a band4of wolves,came and devoured
S, who who lin, ever by their lives or their writings, State has been admitted after State,. read the declaration, you have heard this ther remnants of the two c lumns-;
who wrote, spoke, count inculcated a narrow ah/l selfish policy. within the circle of the confederacy, and Iday, on' visiting our country'may'behold the devourers divided and have been devoured .

idled on that day, v\\o so geue- Their great and expansive minds, instead the sublime system, true to its principles, its commentary in every object' he en- by others, accustomed to.fly .before
rously staked their lives, their fortunes of viewing the neighboring American re. still goes its harmonious rounds. And counters. the former-but there liberty _has

S and their sacred honor on publics foreign to us as the monarchiesof yet, Fellow Citizens ,' one melancholy At 12 o'clockioou Grand Sal- been*extinguished perhaps forever tnd

,_the, result, could be permitted to rUirope, would have regarded them as truth comes unbidden to the feast, not indeed ute was"fired and ,at2 o'clock a its mends-'are reduced to everlasting
natural and most intimate allies. awaken
our to our terror by a writing tears.
revisit us on each succeeding return Could have been advise the wall but to large party Bat down to a very elegant S
they spared to us! warn us as a 'friend. It Let s'piiy.tbc great dispen&to'r 'to
o partake of its celebration, be in this conjuncture, they would have said, warns usagainstthe vain belief.that we and bumpluous public dinner, booth our'passionr and never'to suffer
the witnesses of our gratitude, and, behold these are nationsexisting on the have attained_ the height perfection, or prepared by 'Sir. James Pendleon, them* to ,take any direction but 'tht

if but for a moment, share the same continent, some of them with con- ..that our body politic has put on incorruptibility at which H. M. Brackenridge Esq. which 1I at'the public welfare. :Lei Us
fruits of their toils, their'sacrifices tiguous territory, possessing with us many ; it warns us,that it is the fate Presided assisted Samuel R. disdain bitterness amongst us--let. %us: tread
common interests; nations,who, after our of every thing human to imperfect, under foot the gall jealousy, which evinces -
and their dangers Happy and exampl, have thrown off their dependence .and partaking of our'nature to carry ,Overton and Henry Michelet Esquires -' only meanness. In every competition

thrice happy surviving patriots of on Europe; pursuing that example within it the seeds decay ; it warns us, as Vice Presidents. ;let every one thank-'God, that the

the revolution, Lafayette, Adams, they have adopted eur political constitu- that as the blessings we; enjoy were not After the cloth was removed the country possesses men more able:than
Jefferson, Carol, and your Tew tions, and are endeavoring, thus far with obtained without sacrifices, so neithercan following Toasts were drank. :- himself and let us always choose those
success, to establish governments on the they be maintained without who for virtue
companions still preserved to us unceasing are as conspicuous as foftalents
Set Toasts. >
same models; while thus engaged we watchfulness care. Let it then be 'and permit me to 'say ,that'_ by virtue ;
that we may long be blessed with hear them invoke our nimes, and thoseof our duty, and sacred '
our obligation to 1. The day we ct'le6rste.-H t- I mean a mind free from slander and
the sigh of those whom we call our 'revolutionary associates These :I mark the first approach of degeneracy ; lowed fifty years since, by event possessing sobriety ill-things. These
the fathers of Venerable new nations, arising under such happy I to out against the
our country. cry perversion of our will-preserve 'irni ii. which at tlK4iicwas '
the of
: men You will this day receive auspices, invite you,to meet them in the republican institutions, and above all, to most important to. rights strength--.union the charm ofsorie'ty 1
: the warm and enthusiastic very centre of the new world'to. delibe- observe attentively, whether our public man-let it be remembered.$; union,the foundation! 'of family'.felicity; ;.;
rate on subjects of the highest intere&t to trustsare confided to those whom cheers drank standing.
of to Alexander gun,3 .Union, the "mightiness of the phalanx;of
twelve millions of
gratulations yourselves & to your posterity ; to lay the bequeathed the empire of the 2. The Heroes who'achieved'obrIndffltndericc : the cohort and of the brigade. By Uhiob
freemen, who owe to you their foundation of the peace and harmony and i world, "to the most worthy." In a word -ThciT9s was a daring : of action "tire 'Pyramids of Egypt %ere?
existence who prosperity, of this fair portion of the the true basis of bur ,-
4 political ; but can i government is the i raised, as the grandest rivals of the/monu
of -
Globe. Go Americans, and let tfte relations virtue and intelligence of its achievement, immortal '
Justly estimate the searching and I citizens : ments of nature By union of att&n, this
you fo m'with your brethren of the I when these shall tail fame.-3 t
expansive influence of the our political scheme guns. 6 new hemisphere was peopled anti 'by u*
5, moral lesson grea south, be as intimate as the interests ahd will but add to our misfortunes, as it will 3. The Memory of nashtnglon. nion ofaction, it has become the;UlfD or
your example has safety America may require : above alii serve the arts of corruption, and disguisethe -Drank standing. THI FBKS. Let the word.Umon, deep in
taught ? The rights of nations join them proclaiming to Europe, that of
iniquity our rulers. Far from us 4 The United States of Ameri- our hearts, be our motto wherever we
.And of men, are no longer the sub throughout the territory t>f the American be such, a deplorable conjuncture, but meet-let it be the device of our shields,
':jects of dark and vague conjecture republics, the spell of colonization is should such a calamity occur let us cherish ca.-Her course is onwardher destinies letit sparkle: in Our banner. It'is'the Pa&

; they are length fixed on broken for ever, and that the attempt to the pleasing idea, that nations possess are brilliant. 'gun,3 titter*. ladium of our political existence, it is the
set a hostile invading foot on the shoresof within them, the principle of 5.The Ex-Presidents 'of the
renovationas security of.our right, the. uarantee of all
immutable foundations of thikf.nntj.nent, will strike a.nerve which 1 well .
as op-decay. ;And In the meantime United 8ale-l gun. that is dear to Man. Permit 'me' to''offd'
?-i truth have become' shall vibrate from St. Croix La Plata*' '
; they a* ccilain I there is one precious inheritance, 6. John Quincy Adams President in conclusion this toast.
: as attributes of our nature. The spectacle is indeed a novelty ; but to which we should cling as the mariner The
The celestial, the unextinguish" the occasion is also new, and if for this it clings to the last plank of the shipwreck.Let of the United State's.-The enlightened United States of America.A .-

able light, which broke from that be condemned, where is there any thing ,no momentary distrust, disappoint- Statemanthe profound scbo- nation, 'composed of the free
i and meritorious which menfor inconvenience men of all.nations let,its:citizens
; memorable declaration great may not also our attachment larthe dignified k honest man-he ;
I held up by condemned ? One bold, man, whose tothe palladium of our national deserves the confidence of a free prove that force and durability,are
you as a mirror to the world, is mind, enlightened beyond the age in greatness and felicity, our federal'Union. 3 cheers drank in fmon.They shall be strong
S : fast spreading to the farthest boundary which he lived, piercing through the Dark and portentous the day to America people.-2 gun % '
civilization.. Europe is'already mist which shrouded the vision '6t ignorance ) when this glorious confederacy shall standing. and durable' as long as 'they are

: half illumined. Its noontide anti prejudice, resolved under the be dissolved; never until then, shall we 7. Our Union-Let it be perpetual. .' united

i : patronage of a Queen of Spain, to salt to fully appreciate its value, but alas when ...-1 ,gun, drank standing. Volunteer Toasts-S
blpze bursting upon France, the westward; over an ocean trackless dissolved, it will be dissolved for ever. 8. Florida.-The 'child *
: dazzled with its excess, but she is and unexplored ; and persisting in his It was the blessed fruit of mutual concession youngest 1. t "a'coia. .she .
not struck blind :; she' has learned course, in spite of the false apprehensions and forbearance, produced by a me of the family.-May she soon assutne irtyzy prqsptrand '
attain the which-
the important truth, thaupolhical! and loud clamors of his crew, discoveredthe diator whose like we ne'er shall look a rank among the States, as soon rank to .
Improvement to "be portion of the earth we inhabit. Here upon- gain," and by mutual concession a member of the .Union...-1 gun her natural ad vantages entitle her
:' often be permanent, Was an awful novelty ; and were I to attempt and forbearance it can alone be "preserv- cheers. -By -the }'reside'nt"oftbe,. dajrv
roost gradual. Germany the enumeration of those which ed. "- I
feels it warm and animating. In nave. sprung from-- this fruitful- source, be. The genial sun in his annual course 9. Our Delegate in Con greu.-o'.. The Conaftusionof the, United

: Greece, where we Cud at, once the ginning with the rising and ending with does not impart his beams to a more 'fa: Joseph While.. ,. States.-May ,it,ever be preserved I

cradle and the grave of liberty, it the setting sun, the .catalogue would remain vored region, to one of greater variety 10. The South American JRc by 'as pure bands:,as .tbosv which..
; has .\ unfinished. The great 'day'we now1. and fertility of soils and, climates, to ohe publics.We hail their.accessionto I framed .it.-By C. Gallaber.The .

: S 44 celebrate is one of those novelties. South more capable ministering to the comfort the famity of free nations.guns. .--. .
1 Kindled soul under the ribs of who
a death.1Spain : America 'ha -exhibited a similar novelty and happiness of man ; but so long s I coming generations,
S has been roused and awak but it is no longer such. The great no- as the-Federal and State Governments I shall celebrate this Anniversary

cued, dnd although bound fast'by veltyof.the day is the assemblage at Panama shall more within their spheres, it will bet 11. The Army. and Auv'y of )he:: fifty years fonce.-May they enjoy
the.cords of wt ich the historian of'after times fttc6mmon Untied Stairs.-Our defence and
us Each .
.. despotism.,. she, will country. State, freedom >unimpairedwholesome
shall date
.. yet burst_ ,them. I like,another Sampson first of as,the having American taken place-Jubilee on but the possessing the power: to regulate its:concerna protection in War.-!let, them be institutions, iniprdveti and :'coodiuona -
yeir ; witn whicfi ,it has
; interestand '
a nearer
', and rise up with a giant's it will also cease to be new, and the day 'smOre4ntliateknowedge,with its cherished. in time- of Peace..2> : beteredby.progre3iiYe .

: etragth. Ywj my -illustriouscquntrymcnv ,will::com?'when! it,shall no.longer,be":told, LegblitireVftididitr& Executive branches gun: *, 3'cheefa.s .- .. improvement. By,A: GordonRtfiuajican /

3 \ ; :the' spreading! circle with wonder, that the most friendly"free ,:independent of any other sovereignty, 12. Greecl'4aY"Isdom_ guide S ,Institutions.'::: ** '.
S of *uninterrupted intercourse, by,lea,and it in.our I her councils : '
your example will ,embrace; c.S alone4 confederated character and success shall praiaei .
land our prospei4tyapCak1-1lir
exists cations -
between occupying we appear to the) rest of the world in the crownherarrns. -
Terynation and the
day '
halfthe habitable
globe, capable of sustaining attltsde'ofi I 'ByC Edgley., '.1
cqme, .when you will be revered, half its:population, speaTcing in e imposing our*confederacy :!II 'f nation.ltIn At home, 13. The fair :of A merica-;.;-Lei :7eP1ord. tana/.-Its 'cOrn"p1etIoill ;,"

not only as the fathers of our country same language,governed by aimilAr,1aW,, peace and innony5ambng' the preserving States, their smiles be the reward of .virtue .. make Ptnsacola'1tMeywqc .

but as the chief benefactors of and wrth ,but a shade of, difference. in in .regul ting3thm, intercourse, in -pn> ,' an ...ii"jJJ.p'-re." ;: i '
their manners and instilulioni. It will be or the S ))1J 4f,
S. mankind, Tiding: for the'common defence, and in Nicholas',.S.:Pa rm an tier,Esquire
S no novelty to see the _commercial nations_ effecting public de.perin4um, :rQ rod C. !B1
The dfect.of that great exam of great bbjects requiring a then rose:and! :Addressed. the com
Europe,seeking a to:the ,East frames.Jofiri. '
passage combined effort. A Sidney Phtttux '
pie ,is still."more',deeply traced:, in indies, through Darien'or 'l'eh ntePcc ; its structure admirable,system in its o simple' in pahy, as follows\_ ;, :-. '. ,. S ,'
: >> ao'broad
countries towards which, we fee) it wUl be no 'novelty= .Ho "bch'oldon, : this shits foundation, like an Egyptian,uses : .Gz5ttEMt5--If,thjs assemblage, meet nfyflfa\..of. RoaQkt7 .

a near, arid'.almoit: :insuperable: !* inanent'ara great commercial City monument,promises fair to be lasting : ing logtthe t:in,,hilarity:and union.oCsentimentTbad .-., The .MoralUi of. .UAristetIC L ': .
J ; the'Neir' ork'of the South, not poly the audit-will staod,'until the-fcderal been favored by the presence "hoafbis'ithpi'iifl": ) ifor'" $1
: terest. The/deBcendantB.of Iberia govern
I :1. ; :.emporium; ,of our western'States,'.' but the ment thall'-become: 'totally of Iomeftheremnants. of that .worthy*, VirginIia (( bl a adJg > -
on this ,side, of the .Atlantic! hay tektre Of an important portion of the East'India regardless oj devoted band.who created, 'founded and Iel ":

S given..proof; thatAhe.ancient; 'fire and,S' \ American, ,t'iadc;'it will rarilleas-tborigltsof the he':5tatet Union: and, the of States the inter-re- consolidated our freedom, our ..hap. pines" *, fied Stateimep8y\ .- ,yri'un ." ,. ,.".' .

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it be rendered useful.to,the United ever follow the precedent. thus .''dated "rll,6.. .,-, '- of'success, ,they: 'pushed on- 'Qollins, P. Canobjr, j. N. Coxe, tit )'DanI..CoIquhouJerjaca
Stitei.-By Henry Mirhelet. set, io this oar celebration of Free- The lasl leUera irom Itisolongr) wards.with, :redoubled! ardour;,' : *,

After the President and' Vice 'flonia's birth day.addition hi'enttr ljconfirm ,the pre teding and oertook'theretftatin'g repub. Francis. Coder, Alexan e',."Clendi. .,. .
Fretidents bad retired complimentary account8namely, 'the, ;'c hiple>e' I Itcans on the plains of 'Ayachuco. nen "2,T. ChamDersVCharober ot '

toasts were given to each 1n 'to the JcelebratIonin' defeat oflb.r.bim',rn rtallyound. .The- cause- freedom'- was.then cs-' Commerce, 'Mari j,.Candelanft.. .
this Tuesday last, ed.in,.the action and arrival teemed. Svarmestfricn
ctif ely. place, .on I the desperate by the ,0.Joseph Dewees, George .
respf KosciuskoW PulasK.-Though '(which we record in another column 'ofFabvier, wiifr the Greek Chiefs I s of South, American liberty DawVms 2, Thomas Delp y. Dr. l

Foreigners, Heroek of the Revolu ) salutes were fired at Can. before named Thjey lao tate' 'i nothing was' heard 1lt.the. Delavan', .. Stephen :PivertporY/

tion.-By C, Kosselius.., tenement XSinch', at the Navy :the arrival ot, the Qr(e1iMfeeJ. .i and.- victories of-.Canterac., he.reanLt lohn, Dannelly, Seton T.DikeVWm. $
Yard in this vicinity and,on board the retaking of VaVrtJadr.:' *' of'this battle is well 2 -
General Andrew Jacksonf The % : \1i '- that I Dant) Jly.. .. ;
patriot o/firr.-His. invincibilityin the, :U. S. Frigate 'Constellation in : Worh'e: Writ 3I-2I'liae just General, hitherto, victorious, was E.--Benjamin Edes, Enoch, H. _
war haa secured to him the the harbor and handsome :en- i this moment leftthe; ,Russiam'.Am now compelled to surrender himself ,Everett 3, S. 'B. Evans' [Oakland,',
gratitude and admiration of his 'tertainmtiit was given by the Military I bassador. He showed the fetters a prisoner Of war. In IKe-same W. Florida. Mississippi" NewOr.leatzsJt. '

country. -B, J. D. Darenporr. olli er" oft the CantoWment, which he" ad'ju 'received, direct way Ibrahim Pacha, exulting In AmericaF. -*] ,
which the Naval Officers on this from Corfu, and which him his repeated con"quclti. and '
Sociability and Frt d m.1faythey at gave indignant -C.A,.Finleyi John Augustus
be enjoyed wherever man exists Station (among; whom were Commodore positive information that Ibrahimhad ,'thats,the. brave_ garrison' of Fisher, John Fisher. ..

,-By VV. H. Carson. Warrin'gton and Captain been mortally wounded an. liisolonghi should hold him so G,-..Eusebia Ma.Gomez, P. C.' .
The fourth of July and the Woolsey,) participated as XSuests. attack on Missolonghi. long in check, determined on due Green !ceo. Jacob Gaskins, Benjamin '

ttocnty second of fcbruary.-May The Declaration of Independence _.f.t I grand assault, called in "his )ut. Gordon, .Ann ''.'Garnier, John ..
they ever be celebrated, by all.true was read by. Captain WM. M. From the Long Island Start Jlpril 27. posts as Glonentza and 'p 'rgos, Gayler, Sarah Gaugh,
Americans, with Union, Equalityand READ and an Oration delivered by Opening of Market sreei.-Ou made a vigorous effort for the reduction Archibald Macill Green.-. .'
Independence. P. Tardiff. Doctor ALFRED W. ELWKS. LThe I Monday last very laughable case of that fortress, and-lost' Wm. Green 2> j. H. G le. '

May party j- prejudices v be lost in proceedings arid toasts we hopeto forcible entry took place in this his, life in theo set.- The parallel H ..William F. 'Hooe;' Robert

American feelings.-By J. Allen be enabled to present in our village. U is generally known between these two'cases, we trust, Handy: amea Howell jr. ,Hattoa
Simpson.The next, 'together with the Oration, that legal proceedings have taken will not end here. Notwithstanding .' M. Hogg,-'William Huge,' loseph.

Senate of the United States. a copy of which has been politelyhanded place to obtain a spot of land of Canterac had been so signally W. Hall 2, 'James Hanna, Jene- .

-Its dignity has been injured by to us, and which a previous Jacob Patchin, to make a new successful before the battle 'of A. vieve.Ham. .
WEAR HEAD and Porter efferves. occupation of our columns street. This Mr. P. has strenuously yachuco, immediately 'after that 'J..:'.,v. R. Jouett 2, Robert Johnston -"

cence.." Tims mure Porter."- only, prevented us fro'publishing resisted, in every possible! no Jess I signal defeat all Spanish 3, Charles Jenkiny, 'John W. ,
by A. Gordon. today.Jhelancholy. shape. The jury iu the.case hav 'attempts for the reduction, of Johnson '2.

Plorlda.-rtlay those who like ... ing awarded $6700 to Mr. Pal-. South America were suspended.The ..K.T-Thomis King, Robert 'Ken
Occurrence.-'Vitb chin, the trustees proceeding at.4 Patriots iucb Danidel Kleifs William ir.err3. 4
not the name, have leave to go in gained spirits non, ,
search of a better.-by John A. feelings of the deepest regret, we o'clock in the morning of the day and confidence that all further efforts -; T. I

Fisher. stop the press to announce above mentioned: to make a. legal to reduce them ;were hope, L -'::.John Laird, AmbroseLado. ,
The great JVational Jubilee.- that a report is in town this morning tender of the money. The specie* lets. We trust. that Greece will' : Adam Loyd,, ,Gustua Loomis 2", :
May-its next return find the States that Major S., DONOHO of the I was put on a cart and.driven to \..beI ,tbw afford 'a similar spectacle.The Capl.tfesiiei'Lavellette..
United..-;'by Ephraim Clark. fourth regiment of Infantry, I, house. Mr. P. came'to (he;door, Ottoman Porte and tbeEgyptian'Pacha .. M.-Edwin W. \ -,' JamssMafone

In the language of our late lamented was last night shot dead, by a Sergeant in an undress ; and on Hearing the. will now be confronted ,.Juan Maesire, Micbelet-,
District Attorney, A. .J. at Cantonement Clinch. The message walked back ; but instead by E united nation: in arms We D. Muenhaut" ; Wm. McVo'y2k,

Claggett Esq. "When a National ,fact seems too certain tho' the of returning to receiye his have now abundant confirmationof Findlay Me CAu'kilfr.'Elizabeth..
festivity demands a public celebra particulars we have not yet ascer' cash, he escaped out of: the back the triumphant defence of Missolonghi McCaskill, Jam'es1.. Mclntosh.:

tion ; discomfiture to.all cabal and ,. tained.. door, ran-to the ferry In a state of and we trust this information ,. Midshipman, -Nailer- 2, Jose: '
private as.ociation.--by Andrew II'C : perturbation, and demanded an is but the harbinger ol Noriega. r .
P. Simpspn. The Board of Visitors to attend immediate passage across On still more glorious intelligence- P.-Alexander B.' Pinkham"

Thejiery Opposition in Con- the annual examination of the learning this, the .trustee? demolished of the complete establishment and Wil1aV.- ., Polk 6, WilliamPinkney

.gress.-Will render Clay harder Cadets of the Military Academyat the fence and carted the specie recognition of Gree .ian independ 2. .' '
than Hickory.-By J. L. Williams. West Pointassembled on Mon. through the ground and back ence. R.-Joan Rain, Peter KoderickJ

General PiJfrc.-Who contributed day the 5th instant, when General to the bank. Tfie( street is now James Roberts: land Roaman,'Robert ... S -

at York town, to his country's Samuel Houston, a Representativein laid open, and the ven rable mansion Ritchie 4, Daniel LeRoy &coS .

honor.-By Gilbert Vanemburg. Congress from Tennessee, was I I is advertised to be sold and SRI"! James Ramage 7.S. .
The utmost harmony and Union unanimously elected President of demolished. Mr. P is a very hon. :X B. Shaw, 'James Shines

of feeling prevailed during the day the Board and Professor Ticknor, ,I est citizen, but extremely eccentric William Smith, William Sands,

and the company retired at an early of Harvard University, Secretary and we are sorry to .add, hti- VS) Jayme .Soldar} ) George Stalk
hour, highly gratified with the In announcing this information, gous Instead of accepting the George Stltes,Frederick, Stevens;
entertainments of which they had the New York :Times, to whichwe comfortablesum tendered, it is :I 1o-rt or. Insavo1a.. Mary Smith, James. Shier, Samuel :
partaken. are indebted for'it, adds, Col. feared he will perplex his mind : Shannon' Lucy Stout.t I
White Florida one.of the visitors -:and dissipate his wealth in unprofitable ARRIVED.. T.--Jacob: Taylor
At sun set a gun was fired and July 2..;...Sloop Burrissa, Wilson, : 4_* Georg
the flag lowered. was in this city on Saturday, law suits. New Orleans, with recruits for the Thomas, 'Jacob. Tar 2, Henry*
and in the highest terms of Tooley, J. B..Triplett 2
The following Song was prepar- spoke 4th Inf. under command oJ Stephen
Regt. :
for the occa'slon' by one of the the flourishing condition of the Institution New York May. 27. Lt. Allen. Trowbridge 2... ,. ". : -

Company. the Police and good The Panama Mission.--Intelligence '* ENTERED ,' .\V..4obn: B. Wright, Neilt
SONG. management of the Officers, and has been received"that', as Wilkinson, William B. Whitehead .
5. Schr. Two Friends
the uncommon proficiency and the sickly season is ,approaching, July David V. Westerley, Peter_
Tune Auld Syn'e/ Beauvais New Orleans.
"" Ours is a Iand.ofgiltant Lang hearts-- Improvement of the Cadets." and as certain nations have .delayed ,, CLEARED. Wilkinson. Charles H. Winder 2*, .
'. "National Journal. sending their representatives so Stephen B. Wilson '2, J. M*. :
A land of forms"A
lovely .
Jane Wilson
July 5.-- ,
land where. freedom made her home, I long, the organization,of the Congress White 15. : .. '
Mid'revolutionstormsThe I List of Officers attached to the United i at Panama, win be postponed New Orleans. Y.-.Jeremiah Yancy.; Jno. ''JJ
land where sleep'the mightv dead States'. Frigate Macedonian : until October next. In the 7Schr. Two Friends, Beau-, Young." <
tVho scprn'd the lot of'slaves bound to the Coast of Bra- mean time, the President, as we vais, N. Orleans, Ballast. Z.-,..'Vitliam: ; P Zantzinger.
Where.far and wide shall .
empire spreadWhile .
: ,. SAILED. "
FHMDOM'S nirirER waves. zily on a cruise. I understand, has left it to the option Schr. Pensacolalst July'1826.-19_ '
JAMES BIDDLE, Commander of! of Mr. Sergeant and Mr. Rochester July 3.'-U. S. Transport 4 \ W.ihsii .3t.Hunt .

This is the day when Fmd m spokeA the Squadron. .. (the Secretary of' Legation Florida, Bake, Tampa_Bay., : .. Pott Matter.Sale. .., '
.... .
nation to life, 4.. Sloop. Burrissa Wilson, St. .
sprang >V m. E>. Salk, 1st Lieutenant. ) to remain at home until autumn j -

Pl'Amid Claim'd the battlestrifeAn that men were- equal,free" John 'Gwinh, 2d do. .or repair thither immediately Marks. .....' t '. M.a. B\\al'S r ..

l Freedom then her charter seal'd, William Boerum",3d do. as they cbo9se. '.Both have SAILED FROM AFALAOHICOLA. Superior Court, District of West
And gave it to the brave; Ab'm. Bigelow, 4th, 'do. decided upon spending the summer 2d. June.-Schr. Lady of the t ..Florida. .
Nor shill they e'er that charter yield, James E. Calhoun, 5th do. I in the United States, and dispatches Lake,Tice,for New York with 13B Charles; ivy ) .
While FuExbon's! BAxxtns wave.- Tick bales Cotton. .. VI. .. >-6. fa.
Benajab or, Surgeon. will be '
'i accordingly sent to Charles .
Star Grover ; -. V ". B.eeler.3 \ *-
Schr. Morning ,
We heed not say how heroes fought Henry.S. Coulter, 7 Surgeon's Mr. Anderson, by an officer who with fT>Y virtue of a writ ol'Jierifacias, tome i
Master for New York 139
Or.how their foemen fell. Gust.R. B. Horner, 5 Males. : ha? arrived in this city, whencehe !tJ directed: which issued upon a judgment .
I Or how on glorous.Bunker's hill> Alex. P. Daragh, ;Purser.Robt. I : will embark with all.convenient. bales cotton., or decree:.obtained at the last May
The work commenc'd well. S. Tatem, Sailingm, ster. : speed.Spectator. Left Sloop John, Chevalier\ ,from Term of said .Court upon a ,process to
Ours i is a land of gallant hearts Levi FletcherActing ... Savannah, discharging to returnto foreclose a mortgage 'iven by the said
AJi.ndofhonour'dgra! ., : Chaplain. : i .Beeler on the. following*tract of land twit
.Port; .
said .
Where far and wide shall empire spread Thos. A. Li ton, Lieutenant of ;, Slulnting.-Mr. Randolph : 'r fn. ':,-.. ..
While Marines. his back the --':' ARPENS, at the head ;of Escacn'ota .
FB EI DOM'S BANk' waves. having turned upon, !gcif1\;
Several Toasts are omitted for j. Midshipmen.-James T. Romans Ancient Dominion, we* perceive MAJLL ARRANGEMENT; 'tJJ'1: .. Bay, onthe spulhwcstf -
want btroom. Sylvanus Godon, Thompson .,.that the Richmond Enquirer veh1 .., SIde of ',the-JEscsrobia- ;' 'excepting ,.
tn 'Mait
.. _. 'Cl il th rerrom< d>* ?eaji talcen from the soiith-
D. Shaw, Saml. Swartwout, Fitz urea to ad minister a. gentlerebukefor I. ,east corner thereof. for the town of .BeelerHvillev. -
IPmk1 ( C Ja a Allen Deas, Wm. Rowan, Arthur' <' the unbecoming slate, of Wi UE Closes on Thursday on Friday at at 3 12 P.M.M.. :) .. t, ', t". '
Sinclair Jr., Joseph Lanman, Wm.P. excitement," exhibited "bnf too -The .above prbpertyi:,'w.in the posses : ;

SATURDAY,. JULY. ,. 1826. Livingston, John. A. Dahlgren, many occasions pf late.", TheEnquirercehsurei' Tallahassee Man sion .Charles. Ueeicr db3 beenfalcea: '
-I__ '- ',' '- Alex'r. C. Mauryi; Thomas 0 L his attack % Due every other Monday at 12., )L. in execution, and.. will' be sold .at public
Veritt .ana fttur. upon ,Closes ,the following Tuesday at 12 auction, or.so muth thereof as will,pay '
Elwyn, Cicero Price. ". the editor.of the Boston Sentinel, o'clock M. the debt, interest. iiid. coj i a .called. for
The National Jubil6e.-It is a Boatswain:-James Bati ks. and also upon Mr. Lloyd, His -.. .- in ,=said execution" fol-cash, in front ,of -
source of much gratification to Gunner. the Court House, in the City of Pensaco ,
us, Acting -Daniel Kelly.Acting' "riflTe, ,the editors 5ay,, wanders NOTICE. .
that this great festival has been CarpenttrCaleb Nash too*often from the,object in q' .'. la, on :Tuesday the,"Jlst day: of ,August
the instructions of ijie Post next, between. _the hours'' of 10 and 12
observed:!; so appropriately in this Acting Sail Maker.-Benj. Crow. view,and is pointed at game whichhe :B'Y flatter General,it is made the duty o'clock A.M. .. '
City. Pensacola is now growing Idem: ought not, to have noticed." of the Post Master, to put'in each mail William Sebree- a....

into ,notice.-the- location of the .- We" are glad that Viginia beginsto all letters which,are deposited,- 'in...the<< ,, ,. ", ,.?MarthalW.,. .
Naval in .harbor ... Post,Office 'one !/hour before the fixed: ; ;- -
depot our and the Missolonghi not Fallen. London be ashamed of her representative time of doting the .Ac L. Tne.undersign- 'Pcnsacolaj; June 30th,t826-18-6t. .
delightful lubrity of our climate papers to the 22d of April and'trust that she 'is. preparing .' ed cannot be responsible: tor tile detention '

ensure to her a degree of prosperity have been .received. in Boston. at the next election to let him qf those letters, which are: not put in the: ., .. 1)l rshal's'S( le. . ,. ..:. ... ,
in futurethe prospect which They contain little news. It was down gently:into the retirement ofRoanoke. Office as; early as above mentioned; ;. but SN' ; virtne of an .orr or decree.of the ,. .
the unfortunate ,of bein t Desiroust of .accommodating the Hon. H, M.. ractenndge'7.Judge ,
laxity our police expected that the dissolution of .-Ide m. '
few .*.**" PUblic,as far is in his powerj He will mail the United States District .Court,fpr .thq
a years since, had nearly Parliament would take place some -.fa all letters which are deposited,before the District of;West'Florida/ahd agreeably to
destroyed forever. It'a4 there time' frdm the middle .of May to From the Baltimore Ittneri'cav.Greece. ;; ., racket, in which they are to goj.is; actual- a-monition issued by the' Clerk of said
fore incumbent on us, on .this occasion the second week In" Jurte, but die .-,$ome additional items Jt[ closed. ., The Northern Mail, beingthe Court.and to pe directed shall expo oto
to show our. brethren in other precise time .was not fixed. At are furnished'confirmatory of, the 'most important t will always..; be the .,sale, and will sell,to the, highest ..bidden ,
for cash 15tb 4of *
quarters'of the Union that'we the latest dates from Greece, .Mil safety of the fortress Missbl ng.,. last made up. Jiily next;at on the.Saturdaythe Custom H9usejrin hq/: '

are,not wanting: American feel solphgtu had not surrendered, anti hi Sc the defeat. of:jihe',Turk's.rThe, W. ,Hasell Hunt;... City of Peniacob srjioonerbyiorne
ing.-This we I have'46ne arid we the accotiutsof this event before glorious.an4 successful: .cIe1enof Post Matter.PensaeoU called the Juptter," her cargo,tacki venture to_assert ,.thai there: never received, as; conjectured were Missolonghi 1 J b'c/cqpiidfld/ in the ,July 1st, 1826 -.19.-tf.. j. ,rfurniture and boat; thesaid car- .
be .
l 1.'iUJ
was more cordiality sentiment ina untrue The Earl" of. .NOr&, T .c.r: eIYJ got- consistingr. tiofieej .t t':' corn: ,
Liverpool,4 futiire arinaU of Greece Iptj: .
e.tame. due on Monday next,.10th ;J. ly. at noon, wine, rice,, paperoil, lard &c. 2cc
convivial assemblage, than pre. in the House of Lords, in answer light as the battle of,'AyacbVco in and. will close,on the next day'at noon._ seized by the ,CoJIector. pf the Costbmsforthe :" :
sided among those; who partook of.I to an inquiry respecting the letter the annal,: f South America, They 'Portland,District. pfTajsa: '

the public dinner en, Tuesday last. which has'beep published in many present_ .. striking illeI.,, !I. ,jt.. .is U5tot1Att ,. ; cola, for a violation'of fterevenueJawrfrof :
Competed of respectable individuals 'of the papers,.purporting to be true Missolonghi, wis ; tjesieged KEMAmiNGin: : :.the Post .d.r. the United/States' ,as; *ppi':by'fibel.Court: l l. "
of all classes not one wliobad fronYan colonel said the"the confidentof the 30thAay filed'in the 'tlerk's.Ocepf-emid' *; '
English town ; tnV-Turks were:: ,on the l4th ,eI32y"ap1t1thC ..
on : day.of
desire' to mar their enjoyment facts mentioned' in the letter victory and success;. ,and' ,the of June 182S, 'which; if not laid schooner, her caigo, .,tackle,,apparel l.: "&' -

was to be found .among, thein'r! :could,not therefore be true, for it strength of ,the I bjrive garrison tali' o'o'utJ, within three ,months; furniture and',tfoaVale: .'!'IO"''-"WfltU0 .
and, whatve ,lit pr de.ti\to'\: l represented Mil ol.oDghi. to, have having already wUhsfbpd'and successfully will b e:fdhvarcZeb the< G'erieralPostdmce l' iti. 5 o'clock A; M.. .-- .

. eord,."thei'wjiole companyatflif by fallen at a time when it bad certainly I resisted federated .assaults : aa.\.Dead:tetters.A. .. WillilJJ. .. .43ebre, ; ... "
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common their conduct fallen.?' It; eihattsitedthey -H.rA Adams ;' : ., "; ., A :''tarsAat W. D. -
cnaentby; l not was assrted was nearly,; : ,: .Of -: 'o, k
", entered their ,protest againit 'the on .the authority '.a letter" from i 'were fain t afld,f ear/for the L-Wth: ; J./lBItti ;t '.L.Browning,1 :. ef: ) l ; ';.' :, : -

idea,. that 16. show, p'rop'erresp. ct France that.M. Villele had,declared t want. .of pro visions', : 'jiiftjtj&'lti: : CLheyit11krislthti : darr. ft\i' i ,Barry,.3, v "- %: 'ElJUi('" ,>f;' ;''''" '" ':,:;
,tcJ c"4ait! to be that;England 'France'and Austria 'e. $ John,Brosnabam ,'..Henry" 4ier.zl .'im ib ttf-j r r' "'.1'' ..
. necessary. ahjfl. jetite ; n'.,' .J,'"' ,..". '...... ....'.*.."..*..*' i '
. guilty ot excesses. While" they i had,_-.'oW''agreed.. ,'..on-,- dictating. loc l r'y cycrttiirc. of- .cajpltuUUon' ',-,. .:Before_ :.,.....Fa. trick N.. rinsbfi,-,.'Soft. *. ;oI.kitot: '. : :... -" .
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CfpBHE subscriber, Executor or the last T ENTERS Testamentary,on theeslAteJL Counsellor at Law. ; OF "TB& TtL.3AM.S EWPJT,,,ofWsM.1.J tt t\ .

,I". 4b Will and Testament of Francisco .,of FIUPI LSOKCIO PmfcTO deceased; fixed residence at Pensa- I WE IV '8 J1"., RU-S -. City.fo'mcl7 l'*T qa .:.l"pos"
been to the subscriber by HAVING esto publrth the:.seventhr .And'
Touard late PensacnJa deceased,offers having granted greatly
practice law, in.the courts, .. THE -
OE e'dtioVijbfWt .work ehtlikd
.the Cuunfy Court of Escambia Count'lall Improf The'Me4icaInipath
'i' lor'sale the following property, belonging of Escambia, Walton, Jackson, Gadsden .
to the Estate of the said deceased viz persons haTing-demands against said and Leon Counties, and also at, Mobile. 'C'hY\S\M\ inquire, : n
The undivided half of a Tract of Land. I estate are requested to present the same '1FAM1tYFIIYSLCIAN' .
*: lie may be found at his Office next door 1ft WEEKLY PAPER,devoted to free' tm
: and those indebted arc'de-
:, containing I immediately and'the of rational
.p below the-Post Office. inquiry cause
sired'to make payment'ioHy. .PensacoU, April 14th,1826 -tf : Christianity. Its Columns are open to well ':
41@ A Lt in the omit clear and
\:! l Michelet, written communications from persons of treating concise
of the diseuesof the
manner, United-
V* Situated North East of Bayou de laII Executor. Warehouse at St. Marks. every religious sentiment and profession, States,with tbeJrl1mptoms,CUSe'CUr. .'
Trucha on the bay of San Mary de Gal- Pensacola, June 16th, 1826! -16-8U and all, whether believers or unbelievers and Weins of *
; << prevention
regimen .
about one miles from the: I- subscriber has lately erected near in revelation, may communicate their ; common
vez, twenty THE in fracture
:: City of Pensacola : and aHOUSE '. I Selling oftCn \\-p linding at St. Marks, a commodious I views"freely, provided they do not offend cations cases& surgery.the as and, diilo
; management diseasei
1? and WAREHOUSE wherehe affect character.The .
Subscriber, having determined : secure good mprafsv or :private *
of and children
ii THE his business a temporaryclose prepared to receive goods, eitheron editU'r bits adopted this course froma ; a Jpecisatoty'
& LOT 'med:
preparing family nest
L: will sell of? at reduced prices, for I Storage or Commission. full conviction, that frecxlotn of inquiry and
a glossaryexplal ning tccliniar
" stock Wm. is the sacred duty of man as tetpimtlble
CiliA approved his present Wright.St. .
r paper terms t to which are added, a brief. anatomy .
irt the City -Pensacola, fronting on .-.coneistingof _ Marks, Dec. 20th, 1826.-27-tf. to God alone for his opinions, and that I and physiology of the human"b XJyshowmg
i'. Alcaniz Stieet, said lot containing 52 feet Fine & sup. blue and bl'k broadcloths, truth feart not the fullest investigation,I on rational principles. the

r: front by 80 feet deep and known in. the Blue,bl'k,mixed and ribbed drab cast- but: is mighty and powerful,and must pre c&mesand ure'oC diseases, ; an essay ou
vail. This work has been successful
'It '. -Plan of the City number 112. meres, in hygieine or the art preserving health,
.: The above property will be sold on Tartan & Caroline plaids, bombacettes, d5ffi\tn \ Bushels Allum 'Salt.-cargo operation for more than. one year ; and without the aid of medicine ; an.Amen- .'

r;' credit-one half of the purchase money Valentia toilinelte and Marseilles vest- ,\J.I\U of Schr.Hope Return,from haviftg ommenced a new series, in anocQ can Materia Medica,'pointing out the virtues

':: to'be paid in one year and the remainder ings, assorted, Ragged Island,just landed and for sale form,it is well worthy the atten- and doses ,of our medicinal plants;

t in two yearl, 'Payments to be secuied Bl'k senshaws, sarsnetts figur'd bIlk low. Enquire at the stare of J.Forsyth tioirtrf liberal minded men, not only a, a also; the Nurse's Guide.- Tire whole

!L b) notes, with a mortgage on the pre. silks, or of the medium of valuable-informatiojv respect- forming complete guide health/
7neae White satin, green florence, subscriber.J.:. Jettison jr. ing the progress of free inquiry;bu as a The ''Medical Companion," when
Bl'k and colored canton plain record'of the advances of the human mindin
t.: 'Desilerio Quina. crapes comparatively in an Unfinished state
and Pensacola, May 15th, 1826. divesting itself of those .prejt dices was
figured, honored with the and
Fensacola irth :March.182 -3tf. applause approbation
: L which have hitherto fatal to the
\Vome 's worsted coloured & silk hose, proved
, Cordials Bitters &c.LI1HE of that high class of medical authorities -
of the human
Coloured braces, Men's beaver gloves, happiness family. whom umversarsylffrage has placedat
Sale.Superior ,
f Mt.\'rsnn\8 Women's white and coloured kid do. subscriber has lately received Terms fubscription 3 per annum, the head of the healing art in the united -

, Curt, District of Wctt } Dress and furniture prints Ginghams, on consignment, payable within six months, or g 2 50 if State*;' and its popularity and use

;p Florida. Coloured Cambricks, Dimity, 15 cases Liqueurs assorted, ,paid in advance ; subscription.. received futn ss.tested by the sales of. six very

Henry Michelet, } .Plain and figured book muslins, '10 do. wine bitters, for in advance.less than'six'months Those who, become 1 50 payable large editions of the work. Encouragedby

S-fi. fa. Collaretts, I responsible such extraordinary success,the author
Vincente -Pintado,j Cambric and mull do. Insertions, 3 bbls. cheriy bounce, and pay for five'Copies, shall has deemed it his duty., to devote much!

.. Y virtue of a writ of eri facia*,to White-tulle, plush, striped muslins, ALSO, receive a sixthgratis.Communications of his time and labor to this subject,'and

me directed, which issued upon a Gingham robes, Bolivar stripes, 30 boxes Vermicelli: ,, free of postage Addressed i has end eavored to render every' successive

judgn.ent or decree, obtained at the last Bangup cord, bl'k silk velvet, to B Bates, 380 Broadway, New I .edition.more acceptable to, the pub
All which will be sold low to'close York will receive immediate ntionEcitors
Brown holland, yellow nankeens, very *
lic. added much and
: May Term of'baid Court, upon a process Having new important -
to foreclose a Mortgage, given by the said Irish linens in demi.pieces, long lawn, sales. I' of papers friendly to free inquiry -'I. matter to the edition now contemplated :

Pintado, on the following property to wit: Linen cambrics, threads assorted, J. Jerrisonjr. are respectfully requested togive the which, probably, will be tlc

: <6fi}( iA AUPENS OF LAND, situated Ribbons assorted, Pensacola. May 19th, 1826. above an insertion in their papers.Sust .: last he will publish* will unquestionably

S qyU on the east side of the Bl'k and colored Galoons, T\ib\isY\fcA, : be found much, more valuable.than *J}yf

Escatxbia River2180 arpens, bounded Waist belts and buckles, flag h'kfs. AN ORDINANCE, at the above place, the works of the distinguished the former because he has laboredJticciarect .... .

L on and by the. Bay of PChaCOl.1aI30 Cashmere, Gros de Naple, andgauze: do in the HAMMOHDN ROY, the East in this t1 the errors, auiLj&ptrfee-
Artificial flowers and, wreaths, tapesBl'k Regulating Drays City have hitherto
Another tract containing 5000 afpens-ly- India Reformer; handsomely.bound in tions that ap'pj&rqd -.t bts
the Escambia Hi't'erand also Ostrich feathers, pearl buttons, Pensacola. enlarged 'the treatment" f most rI
: ing on of sheep, with a correct like eas ofthis, erainent upon : six: lots of land, situated on the public Coloured flag, madrass h'kfs. Cravats, it Ordained by the Board of.Aldermen man, :g 2 25 .I the diseases, and has, introduced'several ,
the Tivole which lots Linen checks, land 4-4 co. do. fE others that not previously noticed ,
are were
.: squaT?, near -*-* of the City ofPemacola, That from Inboards, 2 '00 !
80 by 93 feet, and numbered on the plan Domestic plaids, stripes and shirtingsCo. and after the passing of this Ordinance Without likeness, '2 and 1 75 though highly important to be known.- ;;;
of the city, 11, 13,14, 13It3and 18; like ticking, bear duck, sheetings, .. ,- The Materia'Medica and Nurse's Guide
the ot shall not exceed
and south Letter paper, spelling books, qu 1Js. price Drayage will also be in
lot improved
wise a large lying opposite i
thirty-one and a fourth cents load, By the President of the United
of Seville! Square. Scissors, pen & pocket knives, razorsin short,the author has spared no pains to
to of the For
The above property has been taken in cases, transported any part city. States. render this :new edition of his ,work as

execution and will be sold at public auction Table knives and folks, razor straps I evcry Drayman offence, or owner against of the this Dray section, shall, for.the rN pursuance of Law, I, Jofcjr 'Qifnrct complete and perfect as it. was possible .

cr so much thereof, as will pay the and.paste, feit and of three dollars. ui ADAMS, President of the'United States for him to make it. ,.
paythe sum
debt, interct: ,and cost, as called for in Needles, pins, thimbles, fish hooks and 2. Be it further Ordained, ,That when America, do hereby proclaim and make from the well established character, of
for cash in front of the lines.Spectacles. the Medical Companion' ,which is
said Drayman or owner of a Dray, shall be known, that a Public Sale will be held at .acknowledged
: the of Pensacola in cases toothbrushes, any the most .
Court House in city the Land Office at Tallahassee, inVest by competent
to merchandize
on Tuesday the 1st day of August next, \\ hip.. hand and cross-cut saw files, requested wood, lumber transport or f+'any 1er article, usualto Florida,on the third Monday in January, judges to'be better calculated to instruct
-fcelwten the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock. Gun locks gun flints any domestic practitioners, than other
1827, for the disposal of the Lands situ- any
be transported in Drays, it shall be his
Brittania tuUn'.a &. tinned iron
spoons work of the same kind, that has been
: William Sebree unless ate in the District of Lands offered for presented -
duty to'comply, previously engagedto
Stock and pad locks, cut tacks,
the it
to public, appear
sale at Tallahassee and in the may superfluous
Marthal W. F.Pensacola Shoe and hammers awl blades perform similar services, or without townships
pincers to issue proposals i
30th June,1826.-. 18- and hafts some other excuse deemed sufficient by hereafter designated viz publishing bysubscription
Fractional No. 1 and ,a new and improved edition
roortice chissels the Mayor; and for'each Refusal 'or non- townships 3) '"
6t.I Screw ;
augcrs he himself
BKOOK.B / as flatters would have
A north of Range No. 2 west met
compliance, he shall forfeit and the
Wire and hair sieves pay
FLCKIDA 1st, 1826. fryingpans, with a ready sale. But the author's
'.. July sum of three dollars. Fractional township No.2, north'of I 'fi credulity -
n WILL receive proposals till the 31st Weeding hoes, trace chains, 3. Re it further Ordained That all Drays Range No:2, west, g hi believing every:man honest until
Men's superior and common saddles, 1
tu& October ensuing, to furnish the troops Fractional townships No. 2 and 3 : experience demonstrated to the con-
shall be numbered on the near shaft,in a I ; ;
Fine and curb & snaffle
: of the United States, Army, that are or com. plated conspicuous manner, and the number shall 'north of Range No.3, west, g'bi trary, has so far impoverished him as to
1. stationed at Cantonment Brooke bridles, : leave him destitute of the of i.nproviughis
may fractional townships No. 2 and 3 *
be specified the licenses to be taken v ij
beef from the 1st of January Saddle bags collars, martingals, o : condition at this time
'With fresh day north of Range No. 4, west, 'r fi ,-without -
out the of the and for
.Men's fine & low shoes &boots, by owner Dray,
1827, to include the 31st day of December priced non.compliance with this section the Fractional township No. 2,north of **" the patronage of a liberal" _public.* Instead

1827. Women's morocco and prunella shoes, Drayman or owner of the shall not Range No.-5, west, .:;oS realizing a.. fortune,>s he oughtto
The beef will be required to be delivered Children's shoes, straw bonnets, Dray Fractional township 0..3,north of have done from the safoj and as be bad
the in two in each Wool hats, beaver hats, castor &rorom be entitled to receive drayage. ;. =- .
days reason
to Q taexpecl,
troops 4. lIe it further Ordained, That Range No. 5, west, I every omthepopti-
week (the days to be designated) in such hats, the owner of dray shall be liable for Fractional townships Nb. 2 ana.S, J H larity ofthe Medical Companion," 'hIs
shall be for their Cotton cards, sleeping brushes, any reward'for loss of time of
quantity required ra done to north of Range No. 6, west, only expense
or injury goods
tons on each dy. And I deem it necesrury Cotton bagging, baling twine any damage Including the County adjacent ?to the labor and the sacrifice of a luc.iatitcpractire

to.apprise those who may choose to Imp. & young hyson tea, loaf sugar, through driver.the carelessness or negligence of town of Quincy. of.his'profession, in;rendering: !

uffer to contract for the supply, that the Madeira, Tenentte and Lisbon wines, the work worthy of bemglaid before the
5. lIe Ordained, That all fines Also, townships 3, 4 and 5, north public ,
beef will be requited to be of the best Cognac brandy, Holland gin, further of Ranges 9,10.11.12,13 and U 'west, ,has been to witness and submit to a
and forfeitures, provided for in this Ordinance -
which the market can afford,and particu- Sup. chwingtobacco, common do. shall be recovered by complaint' including the Chipola country, and part deep'laid tnganixed system.of fraud,.
I Jar attention must be bad to the butchering : Best brpwn sugar, Havana coffee, of the"Holmes' Creek'settlement. by which the holecurrent outs profits
for the benefit of the
before the
thereof, as a rigid inspection of it will Cut nails assorted, German steel, of Pentacola.Mayor, Also, fractional eCtionsNo. 2,3, 7, 8, i has been diverted from his own hands, to

always be made. 'Sweet oil,lamp do.copperas, City Passed, May 31st, 1826, 10, II, 14, 15, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 21, 28, enrich the pockets of others To use.
Persons to contract will make ViDegar, pepper, allspice, the of
ottering 29,30 and 31, in fractional townships No. language a distinguished publte
their proposals in writing, sealed and directed i Brown soap, sperm and tallow candles. P. Alba, Prest.Hora. 2, north of Range 4, east; and fractional spirited character and an accurate: .observer .

to me at'this .place, stating the Window glass, cider in boxes, L. Higley, sections No. 23, 24,25, 26, 35 and 36, in of man> as expressed in,a letter toa
rAte per pound,in a single bid for which Gunpowder, lead and shot' assorted, fractional township No. 3'north of Range friend of the'author, in speaking of his
will furnish, and they shall be informed Castings, ovens, pots, spiders and and Secretary. misfortunes "He
they irons Approved, June 1st, 1826, 4 east, all of v h ich fractional sections are literally the
of the acceptance of their proposals bounded,by the Lake Mickasukie.The scriptures.-He fell among thi "ves-: he
either letter from, or on personal Tin and crockery ware assorted, John Jerrison, Mayor. and '
by sale to commence with the low st was a stranger* they ,toot him iri -
application to,-me al Cantonment Brooke, Northern lard, hams, _ 4-3t. number of section, township and Range, but they did not feed nor' clothe him--.
Mackerel and beef in half birrels -
on the day above montioned. mess and to proceed in the order they plundered him utta usJyh ,
Arthur P Haines designated n
Shad, No. 1. beef. codfish, &c. &c. &c. '
John Lt. Should the
Page:, vs. this Proclamation. publiCfor whote good be

And As::. Com. of Subsidence. J. Jerrison.jr. John Darrington, The lands reserved by law for the use has dedicated his-time and talents, think'

t NOTE-No proposals will be received Pensacola June 10th, 1826. Adm'r. and CathaIN PARTITION. of schools, or for other purposes, and the proper again Jo extend to..lHm' patronage

: after the 31st October, 1826. P' rine King, Adtn'x. fractional sections bounded by the Geor- and I'tJ porr,11e'wiJ1.gu nt with great

18-18t. John de la Rua, 1VI. &. the heirs of\Vm. gia line, will be excluded from sale. er vigilance--circumspection; its favors

Kingdeceased.DURSUANT. Given under my hind at the City of and will'very"soon present to it the

United States of America the heirs of Tur- I to a writ of Partition,-directed Washington, this 20th day of May, A.D. I seventh edition:ofhhvworks which shall

ner Sttrlc, the | I .u_ to us from the Superior Court 1826. be acknowledged fjtr'jsuperior to ,any of

District of West Florida, ss. heirtof Jos. PhilIN PARTITION.lips for the Western District of Florida, returnable John Q. Adams.By I the former editions- ,, both as to matter-

CfTHEHEAS a libel hath been filed in R. K. Call, at the next term of said Court, the President, and 'execntfon. ,

?Y. the District Court of the United James Ramage, &.J we will, on'tin tenth day of July next, George Graham CONDITIONS.

States for West Florida, on the 14th day srll others concern.ed. proceed to make partition of a certain The seventh edition,corrected rett*td.

of June 1826, by Robert Mitchell ,Esq. tract ofland, bounded as follows : Commitsioner of the enlarged to more than eight hiind.td.pi.i
Collector ofthe Customs for the Port and IN pursuance of a writ partition, is- Beginning atGalvez'a spring and run 17-SOt. General Land Office ges, and bouiid in the best manner, will
; I; District of Pensacola. against a certain from the Superior Court in and ning due north and west therefrom, so far be delivered to subscribers it 6' dollars

schooner, without name,but by some 1 for the Western District of Florida, to1S as to include said spring, and containing, Notice per copy' ;' being the same for which the
called the Jupiter," her cargo, tackle,I directed, and returnable at the next term eight hundred superficial and last four editions
; of said Court the arpens : ic 1\ PPLICATION has been made to the were sold. To lion-sub
apparel and furniture ; stating that the tioners will we undersigned Jnake parti- also, a certain other tract of land, near the Bank of the United States for the scribers, the price will be six dollars, but.
said schooner was seized, for a violation proceed to partition ofa City of Pei'sicola, and sepatated from one renewal of the following descnbed notes the patrons of the work will be first
certain sup
of the revenue laws, on the '- day of tract of land, lying and being in of the fauxbuurgs thereof by a street six VIZ : plied, without regard to the 'of

: June, 1826, within; the District of Mississippi Escambia County, containing four hundred ty feet wide, having twenty-five arpens D.No. 16, payable to Benjamin I transportation and distribution.N. expense.

; in waters navigable from the sea ed the arpens Gonzales more or less, commonly call- front on said street, and running back so Morgan,at the Office of Discount B.-In ,the former notices which
for vessels of ten tons, near Cat Island, tract. held by the afore- far as to include in the said
tract eight and Deposit,N. Orleans dated have been circulated the..
said John de la Rua, the heirs of Turner Philadeiphia announcing
i; having nb commission, manifest, license hundred The whole
owned in
arpens. 5th April 1B19 publication of
contemplated edition
100 a new
Stark the heirs of Jos. g !
: or papers of any description, and under Phillips, K. K. Call fee si'Ople by the said Arthur p. and the F. No. 1619,payable to Cbas. S. of the MeoMcal Companion, no mention

the command of Andr Chafaun, and and -James and this Ramage, as is tenants in common heirs oftbe fate'Wm. King deceased. West, at do. date, 1st May, 1825, 100 was made of the places where sub.
notice given to the I
the time and aforesaid
was at place aforesaid, laden tenants in common thereof H. No. 34
scription would be
payable to i papers lodged for the
tenants and all others concerned Joseph ,
with goods, and merchandize ,
wares D. L. Saul da. date convenience
Clinch at of
10th 1818 I be disposed
shew if May 100 thoae1Yho.might
foreign growth and manufacture to cause, any they have, why the ,
E. No. 4716, payable to Chas. S. : kto give it their The
the aforesaid tract of land should not be A. W. Thornton patronage.
subject to of duties. partitionedpul"lluant
payment West at do.:date 2d May 1825, 50 author has teen advied of this omissioii'
; It is further stated, that afterwards, to the to an act to providefor Philip Wager \ 9749, same, date: 4th Oct. 1 1V. by the receipt of several letters-of inquiry
wit : on the 5th da) of June in the partition of lands in this Territory 1824 i .
pre- ." Said 10 ; from va..oUlleCtions_ of our ,as to
partition to he entered James R country
the said:
sent year.that schooner "by some upon mage, A. No. I thisficL He
2542payableto'j. : would therefore
on the seventh day of July next. Coney respect
called the Jupiter, the said "Andre"Chafaun
Thomas Wright. at Philadelphia, 1st Jan. 1817, 20 i fully solicit Editors ofNew.papen.Beo:

L being the real or pretended Hy. Michclet, I Pensacola, 1st June, 1826144t.TMUr1P A. No.1514. payable to P. Seip I seller, Country merchants* and {other:
: entered the Port and '
master, Harbor of
Pens co1a, within the District of West Jos. (.3. Keyser, : at Philadelphia, 1st.Jan. 1817 20 i gentlemen who'may' be so far prompted

; floridandin Francisco P. Palmes by motives of philanthropy, .either to-
waters navigable from the ,
the author
'400 or the public, as to' take an
tea for vessels often tons, without commission Joseph Noriega AND. Committed to jail on the 29th S : interest in dissemination, to- receite
. mapifest, )license: or papers of allY ult. a man who calls The
P. Alba negro above mentioned note were ,enclosed .i subscriptions,and for every ten responsi
kind arid laden '
being with
goods himself in a letterof, instructions, delivered ;ble subscribers, a. handsome copy of_the
wares merchandize, as above stated, Henry Wilson, to Capt. Andrew Boyd, of the Schooner work will be given. The encouragement
the duties
: paid or secured.In on .which, not having been Geo.. it.,A. Kioketts. 3'IEJ ]n:9: : Caravan, of New-York; which vessel already,received,justifies the; author" in

went,to sea from this:port, ,on the '17th the ,belief=>> that he shall.beabl* to'present
obedience to thc7ai veibel) and Pensacola, 1st June,1826.14 4t. 6 feet arid three day of the work the
the order and quarters of an Sept. 2825, bound toHay fed island to public ;in the Courseof
t under the momtio3pfcp band urt thereon lOch higV of black ,complexion, for a Cargo of salt, and not having. three or four months. As tbere will,;be'
and ..* ftitl thereof tome LIVE OAK. he bass bold look&a disposition since been heard of it is,supposed perish but few more,copies;published.than sub
I Jeli tred,-I do NAVY be talkative he ed at' scribed it is desirable '
CoMMissiovKBft' Omci, ? ftft vcr ; says he sea. fpr, that complete ".
Hereby ,6if Notice, W. 1 1IOTOlr, 27tb March, 18%. 5I is about twenty-seten years of age,' and Stone &: Nisbet.. returns should 'be made as' speedily.:as- .', ,'

to all and singular, every person or persons SEALED proposals will be received belongs to Mr. false Harrel, living in Pensacola possible. Editors Newspapers? through

interested in,the,said schooner, her 31st day of ,July next, for Green County, State of Mississippi. Nootheridentifying .' 10th.May. 1826-10--w6mft out the United States, will promote, ibe *.

:' cargo, tackle,apparel and furniture, that the supply of Live Oak timber for* the marks perceptible. cause humanity,. and confer,a listing '

they appear befOre the court aforesaid,at frames of three frigates, cut to moulds. ;F. :S. Chapman, otice isHereby: Given, obligation! on the author, ,by giving the

f the Court House' in Pensacola, at the on -of which, with J 1800 cubic feet of promiscuous ,I DTpHATat the next:term of the 'Hon. above an insertion :n theif respective paper .

; next term thereof then arid there, to -timber, to be delivered onor ;OommynslOily ,i& .the.County Court, I :will present the *; and those Editors W O"1nIY have .

interpose their,claim for the came, and before the 1st day of September,.1827, at Constable. accounts: a Touchers: 'and apply for a t goodness.!Q comply with.this suggestion .
make their allegations tn'thtt. behalf*. each of the: Navy Yards at Boston, New- Pensace1a,'Yay 5 1826.1Ot1PRINTING final,settlement of the,estate Domingo are rcque.edtu'snd to the.author .

i ". William Sebree York and Philadelphia. ,Also for nine Recio deceased.. .a-Paper.contiinlogtheie; proposal ,-.that, .
Live Oak: beams for frigate of the 1st Joecgh E., :Caro be may know to;.whotn be ik4Cbtiai'st :
: Manhal W.; ,P. cla*s'to8be delivered at the Navy Yard at tuted.GJ: lj, detfialcK at this ,. gometfuture'tica ..he'fiatter .himwif" .

: Penned*, Jane 16th, 1826,-'16-3U New York' ,-, 13-10t.k i -, Olfitt.F .- ,-- ddminbtrator*" i he'siulihive th.'powcr, ,as.he-bs', \thc-,; .
en5Co41! May 21, 1821-.13..8r. inclination : '
\ str- \ discaarjtithe pii
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