Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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 Material Information
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 15, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
notis - AKP3155
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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BY'W. HASBLL HUNT.. Presented bjr my.tie.rya hand1,"y pressed their submission in Virginia ;-similar. 'violence : ', who draughted the:Daclara-' !
SOLE EpITOBAVD opfliroW.JPublithcroftheLaaiofthc and now when'separated from my'muchlov'd British'right'of>alsing' a r. Q"hibitedby General Gage Tn : LIon of Independence-JeSerspDi .
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United State* Lizzy" is an abreviation of some by taxation, provided-. : Mawachusetts,.were but ,too certain Adams, Franklin, Sherman" and '
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and tfthe TVrnfory of Florida.u.lc.lnJ01l'.aYear name, the'initi l of which is H!-EditinFor fundamental law'of their precursors o'f the approachingstorm. :Livingston I Let uSnJt forget,_the -

Half 3 5 II tion, they h, den equal-. ; Shutting the' Port: ,ofBOlton.b orators and the statesmen, from. ':

Quarter year year 1 50 the Pentacola Gazette representation.- Their act:-Parlaimept-the : North to ,South 'constituting ,

Single paper twelve and an half cents. To B '.. ces were' unavailing- subsequent\battles. of Concord_ and : the refulgent galaxy 'of._(geniusWhilst ., .'

Subscriptions payable in advance. Why wiU you, dear sir, persevere plications as unnoticed J. al Lexington with ,previous: hostilities the chords of oat hearts .
ADVIBTISIKO-Every advertisementof In torturing thus the public ear, winds. Resolution and innumerable,aggressions, I vibrate 'with 'patriotic emotion:: :' .I'
t width of one column'and measuring And eye, with lays mere imitative ? to the ceebraledaTtft served to awaken far and wide,the --let us invoke.'the, apirita i of departed .'.,'t. --

notmore: than twelve lines of this type, Why not come out with something new, '
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formed. in' Parliament our yet slumberingcannon 'to
greatness, .. watch 'over
first insertion one dollareach weekly continuance No matter wh ther'false prtrue, :
fifty cents; longer and wider So 'tis original and native. From these intimitions, it 11 These were the avantCQureurs the inestimable boon of free '
ones at the same rate. Rule and figure seem, that plans,/were. l*$ of ,that great day, on .dom 1 1Vitb our'i lives,our for '0.;" .

work, double price for the first insertion. The soil you live on, we'll admit, tructive to colonial; liberty. which, "we took our stand. ,amongthe tunes, our 'sacred honors ..._D 1I ;:
Advertisements will tastefully displayed Ungenial is, to corn or wit, ,
as premeditated they nationsof the earth I' more !-wlth our latest dearest
,to the nature of them, and .
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will, be measured by matter of this size But.gtni, such as yours, should spurn bolical In, the'house of You have seen, my fellow soldiers drop of blood,..)et us,defend every .,:'. '
t'pc.Vhen inserted at intervals, (that Natural impediments;and turn es, the immortal Henry a people abused-and insulted clause of our .chartered liberties: .
is,not inserted every week,from the first Barrancas sand-hill to.Parnassus. ready awakening the for a series of years-their 're- I The war did not. 'cea.ehere'f but .:i '
: to the last insertion) each insertion will their pasaiveness- monstrances-their memorials, the morning had dawn jVThfcsun ; '. '. 5 '
be charged as a new advertisement.- Hereafter, when write, write well, .
you prophetic the made the of of liberty had ariseci.beer
accuracy sport intoJerablearro ; .. "
Amounts for advertising payable always Let eV'ry line for something tell, "
on demand. And show the world that you, to surround them. In gance, whilst any advance to open our r tbel:( 10 their mVchthrough ._
dj, Liberal contracts will be made Without an Indian's bushes can, Stamp Act took effect and i resistance, was gradual ; and after 'the remaining tempests....of-.. a 'pro .>',
with those who wish to advertise by the : (Or schoolboy's verse,of Gotten gen,) well authenticated fact, evidence of great patience. -and I tractejl'day. .. It had arisen, td ,>'.,-
year. Paddle your oion canoe 1 first formal opposition to much long suffering. You' have set n6.more' >'l From'. this period -.V I
QCj Communications, directed Pensacola,to ,V., Unsolicited advice respectfully: submit ing tyranny, in any of the witnessed with what .teaaoiL-ib -o/lh JDtr: ndaaAr;.f'-, ..,>.:-: Ht rttt' ---- -S
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'Will be duly attended The Baril Barrancas.We vrai,.a resolution proposed people_ formerly were indignantoncount )181 manerethedout.ij iriy ,_'
L trick Henry in the of the increasing Injustice the apprehensions of the-American, ','
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Laws of the United States. I in We futurecommunicat hope that the Barrancas? for our paper Bard such will, gesses. The eloquence fid of their rulers : and you can, army V'v :-,>: S'

pieces of poetry, as he may amuse his leisure pidity of this wonderful map therefore, the better comprehend/ Fear breasts and, hope alternate swayedttfieit, .
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.'.Ir."lr-4 hours by composing, without endeavoring ed systematic why, we should (even at this7 late shade ?- -ustf'
\ .Likellghtand upon a waving fiel : .
others. to detract from the merits Editor.of officers of the crown, in tbe= period of our history) be inflamedat Coursing each oherhl ;N.the tion of commands, imp the recollection of/ british cloudy j-. *, : t v.;_'. !.... .
3bit; them, by their royal wrongs. Yet ; the world should' Now hide,and then reveal the suriy ),"' : '::
National Ti Tian I Washington, and ,Lafayette 1gi ld'; ii'
_.. fire of his genius soon know, that Americana do Dot assemble
Oration cated itself, other stales on this holyday, indulge the. growling Lion at their 'fee-t! :
The eagle\ ,\riumphanlly spread. : S'
blending with kindred ele in acrimonious feeling towards( } :
.s. Delivered at Cantonment Clinch, by Doctor '
reflected from the hnnest ancf sober of his vigorous,... winga to a !raer : 1
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ALFRED W. ELWKS of the United as .a. ,.e .
States' Army, on the fourth of July, halo. continued. to,burn_ Great Britain. As well might we atmosphere, and uncontrolled .-..4
1826 of the Committee i sought cioudcapi:: habitation:: 'I.:. (
by request appointed from the luminous circle'-, condemn .our own countrymen, for : .
,by the officers of that station. to c.Nine times bad Guilt through aU its' _' ,' .
its clearest and sins of bad administration
ting rays ; the a .
make arrangements for the celebration i giant frame, g. t:1. .
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nating the path of the w as to retain vindictive dislikes a- .. '
of the day. I Convulsive trembled as the mighty earned ..
FRIENDS AND FELLOW SOLDIERS pilgrim to the"Temple of. gainst Englishmen, for the malver' And well ,might,he_ irimble. i when, ..;.'.. '\.

-We have assembled, on this The repeal of the sations flftheidesigning Ministry.Not every son,.'of,Columbia. .! ), went. into, ... '
ever memorable occasion to commemorate was but short-lived- ? : I acknowledge the greatnessof battle, confiding i jn the 'rihteiu.: '; .0 .
the wisdom and valor to produce a deceitful : \he nation, out of whose ness: of a good cause c reC'ne.c\.iJ4!! \ .

of the sages and heroes, who, in This.calm was soon .- loins proceeded, would not only the inscription on-bur>> enii, .

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BY AUTHORITY. pledged their lives, and their" sa distinct determination to selves ; but would also argue in us I!! -vin /-Qui iranttulita, 'U J, t : ,.': '
[PUDLtC-'NO. 60.] cred honor" to sustain the DECLARATION dictatorial, ) sway. It will ignorance of undeniable fame. feQ\\ .,.Even.the-vip atrona. :.-,om_ h \1': .:I :.
An act to fix: the time bf holding! the Cir. ; of AMERICAN INDEPEN lected, that this dctestab'e She is ,a great nation'and her day,breathed Their aspirations t > ', Rt'... ..
Courts bf the United : : :.
cuitand District .. .
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been government (next to our own)
not long repealed toe God of armies. .
States in the District of Oh o. DENCE. They !taugltheir > -
: and Related the nationsof another was passed by transcends every other under heaven children to believe that.-a "f ,
Be it enacted by 'the Senate as we are to : ; :
House of Rlr'firesetitative; of the the earth, (but more especially in '67 imposing heavy No my fellow soldiers I 1- force equal to the host of Xerxes_ t :it'1'f :

United States of America, in Con- to the mother country) it'can hardly several important' the facts connected with the Revolution could not drive them from', 'their / .

great assembled That"the Circuit be supposed, that allusions_ to merce. -The subsequent require that you permit happy abode if) in this holy .contest 'J' ; t .

Court of the United States within the trying period of the revolution tion of'a cargo of((;: tea in the weight ofyour disapprobation they filed in, under the right i .., ....:$, -
and for the Distritt 'ol Ohio in- -the causes producing, or the bour of Boston-'the to fall on the.. proper persons. It arm of Omnipotence. heIr: .

I stead of the time 'now fixed by more recent grievances, giving ment produced among has been correctly remarked that counsel to them was.the advice" of --.. ,
law, shall hereafter be.<< held on the birth to the late struggle with zens of patriotic 1\laasa Ee'I although a private injury mightbe the Spartan mother to her: son :-. ... oj'"

second Monday of July, and the Great Britain, for our indubitable were results, flowing forgiven, a national one could Return.with your shield, ,or .return -

fourth Monday of December, in rights, are prompted by a spiritof from compulsory means not;: Hence, are you, my countrymen upon it 1" By means of the ,_ '1. '
each year ; and the District Court 'rccrimi tation. The obvious for the fulfilment of wicked not only bound to defend the Amphyctionic assemblage at1'he :' ,
(if the United State, in :and for reasons for reviving the important ments. The British \ land of your nativity ; but as the niopylse, a country less in magni. -. -":

said District, shall hereafter be circumstances eventuating in the ware of their conduct,in faithful records of days long past, tude than England; could dispute i

held on the Mondays next suc declaration of the Colonies, are, to cise of such to derelope to your children, the the empire cf the earth with the:... :"' .;:-- '. .,
ceeding the times herein fixed for impress the rising generation with sures-knowing that 'neith machinations George the third, most powerful monarchal-In like .t" .

holding the Circuit Court; and all the.horrors of arbitrary powerto son nor justice, could and those who composed his cab manner,.the firm union.. of a few : .'"- ,y':' : '
All suits and matters of every kind stimulate each individual in their decrees, were at inet. These were the causes of American States, resisted, the

returnable: to, or pending in,eitherof the American community to the bliged to resort to an the sufferings of your fathers. heretofore overwhelming ranks of.Y:| ,, {..' 5
laid Courts, shall be held to be practice of virtue, by constrasting. to compel the ,xecution Had the interposition in our behalf conquering veterans ?:- ::

returnable' and continued to the the decrees of'a corrupt British unhallowed decisions. It of such men as Camden and We.are. informed. that the, jau' tl. .;J;.;:

terms of said Courts herein provided Ministry, with the unbending integrity foreign to the nature of Chatham. received its merited attention rels of York-Town. crowned, the/ ,.i.;( "- '

.for.. :. prudence and fortitude of dress, to initiate you into all your Sires had, not bled. labors of our patient oldiery.The ) .- .''' : '" "
JOhN \V.TAYLOn, our revered ancestors* in their o. trevening events (of greater The sword of the Hessian, and the yicissitudes..oC a protracted .'

Speaker of the,House tlepresentatiVes. sition to pretensions of overweening nor consequence) that scalping-knife of the brutal bar- war terminated with the ioryvc_ ,. .

Vice-President JOHN of the C.United CALHOUN States,, and : power and cruel authority. goad, and to afflict the barian, had not been reddened by this achievement* The harbingeis .

President of the Senate. : In recalling events, so intimately from the year 1763, to the the blood of their children of peace was at hand'; and\lzjQ39\ .. i '
20 connected with of duties Suffer not, however fellow the of.oar ':'. .
Approved-May 1826. our political imposing on them my recognition Independence : .V
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS.YOETIC&L. existence, we are taught by the experience or conduct you from soldiers, the reminiscence of was announced,,by a ,treaty :' t" -
of former days, how to the time, when the "times that tried men's souls," to with those who had compelled us '

; \. _. value the blessings of liberty, and troops were quartered take too, deep a root in your mem- to arms. I: is unnecessary' to :..' -

--_For- tile Pensacola Gazette, I properly to esteem the privileges York and Boston. This ories. On the contrary ; invite ,trace each- intermediate *n'*.s-.(e*f pV::1Ii\:. "., .

To a Mocking Bird. I conferred upon us, within the be. this desperate measure, the dawn pleasing. anticipation, leading to the' final adftption 'of the. .... S" '.' -
Eternal Chatterer do'st thy tongue not nign influence excellent institu- by those accomplices in to light you on your wayward Federal Constitution in '87 Ex !_;f ..i "

tire- tions. When we mark the unhappy struction of english path to the foundations, of the I perience has proven/ to us,! that_ "it :t (y ,

With chirping,singing and with crying? policy of other governments, Greenville and Temple. Figure to yourselvesthe was founded in wisdom' nd'r; .. '

,And yet thy varied tones I do admire- we have the greater cause to felicitate was in harmony with' Continental Congress in ,1774 ;, ,tary in its' operation. '., : .w'v .: '... ,=;;.'. ..'
.More than the sameness of all others ourselves the like which and whilst look with inexplicable fellow soldiers '; ;{'. "'G
on beauty, feeling you Having, my. PU ;;;': ; : :
.! tIing. .. strength, and harmony of our own. execrable North to de I 'delight on .the wisdom_ its. sued the prominent Causey; of tji'-7'I' ; _

Thoufrt perched beneath:'my window Under laws matured in temperate "he never would listen' to members, ,bow to their memory interesting revolutionT .in their, ", Ii
\ery morn, council and friendly deliberation, ca, until she was at hit "with pious.homage." Behold 1 cODa consecutivedevelopement ; ', ': J. ift.
Reveille,screaming.Yet we may look forward with moral An almost incredible the patriotic Henry 'whose exertions shown how effectually liberty, '..bt't( V.r;;:.
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sweeter= than the bugle, drum or I certainty, to future ages, for a of the king and his agents, for.the salvation ofhis, country by us, been regenerated on' 1hc-'r"ii:: : : i
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Thou,break'st my dreaming. continuation of equal rights. Are stop even ,here. "Co had been unparalleled, as well earth, it may not; be., profitless ,to ; :/i/.J. \..
we nut bound to protect so admirable search and seizure-the in the field as in council-behold' observe the'course;not o fll,Jt'!>ftha. .. 'I .

Sweet Jmitator of the feather choir, a code ? Are we not doubly ment of boards trade, him* who. (it is said) gave the firstimpulscto I events.alludedjto).but ;also: to:..'re. ,!;{ r ; L
I love thy ranging bound, by the consideration, that ported under authority,' the ,ball! of the .Revolu flect-foranoiient." o n the ri* "al : '
The pret&est tireThou'rj nutes. unvaried, soon will the magnificent edifice, was'based military ,and naval forces... tion"-the first to rise in congress, fall .of empires., Sach1;a r fletoaZ.iwill ;' -

*,?1-vays changing. in the moral. energies freemen, inquiry established in ,( ,-and presently standing,forth amid make us ,bold. in ;assertipbf" t < '. .. ".,' .
=. -f and cemented by their blood ? Island, with the' power of the still bellowing storm, as daunt. thai from t e".J'elgu'o( tbe'earb ab> ,'" : .."/

Almost.thou etiualert of her the strain. it istunneccssary for us, to re- offenders, for alledged less as the ,weather .beaten oak, monarchs George,, thee II1't. 7' .: 4.:: .: '-

Farfrouneflvefl.' .tracethearIy settlement, of the,o- be, transported to Engl when its l loftiest' branches challenge rannyin some of its Proteus-: forms,: ,, !.Ilouno
I'd No auk more,could of J Heaven.but hear those tones again, riginjil States of this union,. in tried by prejudiced juries/ the (forked lightning, ,or .re- : timein, .enforcing it5d'og'-' _. .

... their colonial, existence ; but it is among the latest and ,main'unmoved amid the crashing i 'mas over.the :weak:fie..tbe_subdue ;'; ;t, ..i t ..!

But, htrc] the thunder roars, the'birds certainly not irrelevant to our pre grant. acts: of unpre ed l thunder ;Next rose'ihe no'Ie'ss The.history of{ 'mankind',..displaysan'unbroken :- ""ltf1:,' r- ": ";. .

I are gone,* sent subject, to,recapitulate; .briefly, pression. Thus, a ,cou enlightened 'and ,eloquent l Lee.- :. .tisane ,of: }rbhVarr ,!: .., ,;!
I t $ The storm approaches / ,some of the prominent occurrences should have exercised the Determined 'and learned, ,he:form powers: ,:and their.wconqUcnt re }. ,. t:- '
'it So,from torn my much loved Lizzy. when' I'm preceding thcirem'aitipation.) We of a 'l lenient 'parent, 'iln ed a tenor tojhe wraptAlhe.deep siii 'lce. But the' huBRui&'njind i*: .. '.:. ,

...' F I Sadness encroaches, are informed, .thai the first. remarkable ,harrassed. her children with toned'enthusiasm. ,of the ",,:Am rican '..i'tbt! c: m too, cBligfetcned. ._ to .S;' :.4yiel4
B. ,effort_ on the part of the' species of malicious Demosthenes." The',ardor ..ol : to *.'- .-f-; S ....; .

_: mothei country,.,to *exercise ,her 1 repelling, ,their .earnest: ;' the ones will tempered' ? 'fy'j&!$ roijd! Neither: the:a !! pi .t ,' i::' ,,. ,:;
'This simile wa> taken 'literally'from power over. them.(b1j imposing injurious ions for justice with con l er philosophy of the h. rThUi. nor;the. migfsOpt1spots: : ,:'J.t /::
> nature} ; whilst" I wrote, a':squall,.accompanied .reatrictions7onlneir! commerce disdain. The _myrmidons did_ ttse, xt'gbI'arnpliai of
: witU'tlmmler. and lightning;..iee, ) was, :prior'torthe; f year 1763. king every where ;plajeil forty,. combine -r'- r rtheHsctteoJ *' l Theiisiory...,.,; or I '
the birds were Barrancas quiet and retired.; ;We are also'informed,of the,jn a. calculated ,to defeat,auch' tieir country with the'firmness 'ifHarmodiufc ,,jGreece and,,Rome 'sh 14'..be: .im ,.> { ..'
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gne stnofftohu-bbw'! la a forafcr' cflu.' 'onsetfof difficulties i and even. long have inclined in our CaYo r '. ';!D:reverting to ,the early! :_ actors' :' .; .:cquinry htrC outg -1oJ. 1
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,' had ne'er'bet sufficiently culties. a JUan renowned as a I per ty. .., In, the eg -n ing'eat-- ; : ti, ". ?:1wercdriink .I leUeratV5:ttatat; i.: neof ,. .
:x. 't strong, to mist the mad champion liberfy, rote Up unexpectedly our resources ..exhautd'.wth' ET.T04.TS.j F .- I 1 'lF,.? -'III rueco rrbcttvQ

career bridled ambition.) 'ir4' the west.'-He iavt- population'if _but three millions,' cekb ,itl- ;will be.foiaaarvbe... all. shall_ unhe
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their example .ih/mld."e',pt06t':' ted' his :friends,. -and'countrmen I to in a comparatively( short.: a.p"ace"'o[ lions,, of freemen frith grateful: 'h all ought,town.iQ'n..unQ'ual -;:

.' and as more modern 'rulers.(even: follow him to the distant frontierto .,time, our numbers are. ,increased. to Jied jlrocripio1Z.-lral. Gazette.SATUKDAY. .:
he.lrts"worsh' at the :Altar of.Li- .
'.:i down to some ,of our ,own) have -- : mingle with him in ,the kindling twelve. ,Forests bave Converted p -.-- r.
,, been more conspicuous for a desire -' 'flame of savage yrar.fart.like 'into'.vast ages, whose: .glitter I berty.-.c.. 27'. guns.mtmoryoflr.ASHlNGTONIi 4 cheers. rPrm &
to exalt themselves, than the the Cincinnatus l of the revolution, ,tag spires vie with, the heavens, i_ .
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nation, we should as politicians, 'this second Washington' raised whose monuments speak forth the -patriot the Father of his I JULY 15, 1826. .":'

1 as patriots, as Americans. watch ; his nervous arm to thwart the li- glory of former darys. Canals are EBSaiaMMMMWNM,* ....' ,.

,. with unerring eye each encroachment centious savage in his daily idepre- i every where seen gliding throughour country.standing.-2 guns, 3 cheers-"drank : -,. ,Vcritt. sanspeur.Jotrid ... .....
on our natural rights. datio n*-to wrest from him at va>domains; facilitating and l
3.-'J-he President of the United Murder.-We noticed last ..
You, hare seen, m r fellow sol- every hazard the tomahawk and e>;tendi gJnternal commerce im- States. report that Major SAUNDXSS: Ooftoao, of < '

diers,' hat the saviotfr of his couu- the scalpinc 'knife. The sturdy mice rocks, are,,by the 1 hand of The the 4th Regiment United State' Infan:.. : *
4. the Declaration
iry (tfitti. the-aid Lafayette) had yeomanry of Tennessee were soon industry,removed, from the bed of Signers of try,had been shot at '"Cantonment Clinch.

it in his power, to enjoy the rich. marshalled under his banner shallow rivers-their channels are of Independence.-Their',unit*! It is'now our melancholy> "duty to confirm .

harvest of hh labors. You know, with alacrity they obeyed the deepened, and the surface of their ed( patriotism and love of liberty 'titulars.the.report It and to state some of- the par.. *

that the public reward, accorded summons< of their chief. No 'record ,waters, is animated by the genius gave to of their Freedom.country the first 3'.] of Friday, the appears seventh that instant in the, one afternoon of tl e
to hinvfor his services in :he es- can justice to the fortitude of Fulton. Our harbours look cheers guns, Sergeants Uenj.. Dpnika) appeared on

tablishment of the government, I of this great man, evinced in his cheerful with the american ,flag parade in a state of intoxication, on'ob

was, the highest office in the gift Creek and SeminoleCampaigns ;- -the four quarters: of the globe .5.-'fhe Vice ,President If Heads serving, which Maj.Donoho, shoved him

of a grateful people. You are, al- nor is it possible appreciate the : are made tributary to our aggran of 6.Department.The Members gun.the Senate from the him ranks to,his, reprimanded quarters-the hits Sergeant and ordered *
fio aware, that his memory is not toils< and privations to which he 1 dizement. Aga'iculture-the sciences the United obeyedbut when the Maj. was on paradeat
only the idol of Americans' ; but is was exposed. His sagacity never Sc mechanic nits are in rapid j of vigi- tattoo, became from the quarters, ap

revered wherever truth or wisdom forsook him. He appeased the progress, whilst every day, devel- lant sentinels of a free people, proached Major Donoho and asked him
while they are virlaoui, our liber -: if he meant to have him arrested
has its_abode. We will pass over disaffected.-.He silenced the mu- opes some new resource hidden --Maj.
ties are secure.2 3 cheers. D. enquired what fie meant, when he immediately
the progress of a second atltninis- His lecollectioas of 76 treasure. ,The machinery of the 'guns (
'' presented his musket and fired
tration. It is riot meet for us on guarded him against the plans laid government<< mores oil without interruption '.General L..fF.ATETrK-rhe: adopted They were standing quite close to each .

this day to gaze on the precipices by a haughty foe. The dismal yell Thfc Treasury of the son of a grateful,' people, other; a ball and several buckshot entered -

ve have escaped.: This, is a day,, of the Indian could not intimidatethe Union gives> evidence of nation! may the evening of his 'life be as the :Major's body,a little below the

of rejoicing-! Whether we look heart of a hero At almost prosperity. Oui:Republic excitesthe tranquil acd happy, as the morning ribs on the right side and the.ball passedout

back forward, we have reason to every point, the ruthless horde admiration ',of the world. i was perilous and uaef ui.--: bout just above the minutes left hip. He expired

console ourselves that, so long as retreated before the bayonets of his Already have thoe' ef South A- gun, 3 cheers. which time seventy he was perfectly after-during a'ational-re.

\ .the principles of,Jefferson, a MaI I little! band. The battles of Talla- nierica sought its friendship and 8.The Constitution, of the U- h lated.all the circumstances himself -said

eon, or,a Madison operate in our : dega and the Horse-Shoe ,will longbe petitioned for its counsels. f'led States.--An imperisha ble he Wa satisfied that all he 'had done

council, we are secure in our immunities remembered *by the red men. In finishing the resplendent picture monument of the genius, wisdom, to Sergeant.Donika was in the discharge

#' -l! We discover a people The,name of Jackson-will not only of our happiness, we need not and virtue of a free, people.3 of leavingthis his duty world and that was his the chief grief regret his death in

having but just shaken off the ever strike a panic into theirbreasts draw parallels to aliQtv the superiority guns, :3 cheers. would cause to his Mother. The perpe-

yoke, al eady,firmly fixed on the;. ,but will carry: terror with it, of this government over 9.-The Republics of South A- trator of the horrid deed was taken immediately

1.t_ nf thpir iR litutions-Jdid-. wherever it. may find its way among the ancient republics of .Greece merica.--Reciprocal privileges,but I and is now,in confinement, awaiting

ing (with few interruptions) harmoniously the enemies of America The very and Rome ; or the more modern no entangling alli nces.-l gun. I his trial. .

along, in the channelsof Territory on which we now trrau confederacirs of Germany, Switzerland 10.The Heroes of (he 'Revolu ,In recording death. of such a man
feel at loss to express
as laj.IJonoho, we a
agriculture and commerce was but lately the residence of a d the Netherlands. Wee tion.-Thtiv deeds were match- oUl'Selfin terms sufficiently strongto -

quietly enjoying the fruits of their those whom he conquered. 'V need not advert to the horrors ofa less, their names are sacred and i convey an adequate ideaof the rtararti*

own rearing-advancing rapidly should not at this time enjoy the French Revolution, to point out imperishable. guns, 3 cheer ., ful feelings of a whole community, at a.

in the iciences and mechanic arts salubrity of its atmosphere, but for 1 how unsuccessful other nations \\-The Aavy of the United bereavement so melancholy & so sudden.lJossessed .
......unmolested from abroad and States. Tht of : of one of the mildest posi-.
the vigilance of General Jackson t have teen, in planting the stand- pride ,our Country,. tions, polite, afTable & gentlemanly in his.

happy at home. But these halcyon ]Its population has already increased ard or liberty. Carnage, rapineand may their Cannon be always readyto deportment to all! ; humane, kind and attentive -

days were limited by the Demon fourfold The contemplated blood, marked the footsteps proclaim and defend our rights -to those under his command, )Major *

of discord. The pruning.. canal across the ,Peninsula by con of an infuriated.mob. The imbecility upon the Ocean.-3 guns, 3 cheers. 'Donoho.was among the last on whom

hook and ploughshare of the hus- necting it commercially with the and wickedness of a Robe 12.-7he Territory of Florida. we could have anticipated that such an .
would have been
bandman-. were soon to be converted southern >rn-and northern Destined at no distant period to outrage committed p '
spierre or a Car ot had ,
r a more and it is hardly possible to believe, that
into weapons of defence against States, must enable the Territory j powerful operation on the mindsof adctanotherbriglatsttartotheTlabof any thing short of insanity could have

t our former aggressors ; to become their rival in population frenchmen, than the firmness our Country. gun. nerved an arm, Ito raise an in&iument of ,

whilst preparations were everywhere and in wealth. But what shouldbe and philosophy: of a Virgniaux, or 13.--The Americanfeir.Chaste deathagainst one so universally beloved

making fight over again, the gratitude of Louisiana: towards a La-Fayelte. The extremes of wives, tender mothers and good esteemed and respected.It .
the battles of the revolution. Our this Christians. 3 3 cheers. remains only for us to say, that by
American Fabricius ? ,
anarchy and despotism, perpetually guns the death of Major Donoho .his friends,
tyrannical mother after having When the hosts of Britain VOLUNTEERS.Thomas .
reddened hurried the deluded enthusiastsof and acquaintances have sustained a loss

acknowledged us independent for the vicinity of New Orleans ; a restless nation, into channelsthe Jefferson -The author which never can be forgotten and that by-

the space of eight and twenty l like the angry looking sky most opposite; whilst an ambitious of the Declaration cf Independence it a blank has been Created which few are

years, grew j jealous of the accumulating which precedes the howling storm:', tyrant, masked under a pretended and illustrious sage of Mon- competent 'to fill:-we.leave his ,eulogyto
abler and his intimate
strength and rapid when insurrection and discord ticello.; -3 3 cheers. Col. pens
.prospe I wish for the people's wet guns, His remains were interred on
rity of her children. She soughtI whispered their horrid designs i fare Clinch.
ascended his warlike car- Saturday+evening.8th instant, at Cantonment -
again, in a manner the most outrageous through the streets of the city : i rode triumphant on the whirlwind; The.Army of the United States Clinch, with military honors and

to obstruct their nationaladvancement. I when Sir Edward Packenham and I I -with his despotic marshaled Its patriotism was proven in the were also followed to the grave by a very
She harrassed sceptre large collection of Naval Officers and of ,
our his followers, looked upon the I the contending elements, Revolution- Its prowess has .been the Citizens of Pensacola.

c.ommerce-She violated our flag. plunder of the Town as the result I and coinptrolled the tempest Noris witnessed. by the' Lakes and the Since the.above,was ii; type, we have

-She plundered our vessels on the of certain conquest : when per it important that we should 1 Ocean. "Com. Warrington.Ceo. been favoured with the Obituary, which

ocean.-She ntut-.lered our citi sons of every age-of every sex, dwell on the discoveries of a M. Troup and the Georgia appears in another column, and with thefollowing

zens The wounds of the revo were to have fallen indiscriminately Franklin, a Fulton or a Ritten- Representation in Congress..j M :
lution had scarcely .cicatrized Their efforts in defence of Slate .Head Quarters, 4th Infantry, "
a prey to the enem-y' soldiery : hou e to illustrate the greatnessof I Cantonment Clinch Flonda.u, .
Y.- un the hate het of the Indian when devastation and pillage were North, America. Her fame is j Rights, deserve the thanks of their July.,8th, 1826.3

opened them afresh I On the to have bran the handmaids of vic universally acknowledged. If we countrymen.--3 cheers.--MajorTwiggs. In announcing to the 4th Infant

-" front settlements, assassinationsthe tory,. the hero of the south, waxed 1 have been excelled by Greece and try and to the Troops at his post, .
most atrocious were committed. -' in his wrath did the The Flag of our Country. At
strong; nor Rome in oratoissculptors& poets; the death of Major S. Donoho of
.t By the hand of the 'lawless universal dismay of the dreadful 1 the next National Jubilee its stars
--. or by modern nations in writers of the 4th, who fell by the hands of &
savage, the grey hairs of the aged crisis disturb his fixed resolutions fiction and romance, we have the will illumine the world ; Ie who dark and drunken assassin on the

and enfeebled parent, were imbued He stood in the midst of the terrific satisfaction of knowing that the then will provoke its stripes."-3guns night of the 7th instant, the Co-

in the blood of her helpless offspring = seene unmoved: and to his discovery of a free government- : 3 ers.-Capt. Woolsey. lontl Commanding wants Ian*

The spirit of Americans i- bravery and prudence, are we to the most admirable and magnificent John Randolph.-;'fhe true patriot guage to do justice to bit high,

kindled at the recital of such attribute the salvation of New Or I of all human inventions has ; the fearless statesman.- honorable and Spartan-like character

en rmiti sVhilat! they burnedto leans. I been left far the statesmen of '76.I Capt. Wager.The as an officer and to all the .

reek vengeance on the assail The syren song of peace was again I Having.endeavored, fellow soldiers farmers 'and Mechanics of nobler virtues of the may or to
ants, war was declared : and in heard on the mountain and our Country.-"Blessed for ,
are ,
to depict to you, the vicissitudes ye depict in colours sufficiently
1812 the loud clarion summoned in the valley ; the din of arms was of our revolution, with ye are the salt of the earth."-3cheers. this outrage on the laws of strong God

I. them to the contest. The held hushed along the plain. The olive those of the late wr-to draw .-Major Donoho. and man, and in subversion of
no longer smiled-the firesidewas branch bloomed the land The Soldier's friend the Nations
'F on : your attention to the great .principles ; every principle of military subor
deserted-harvests languished i- the ocean's bright wave was again preceding the Declaration of favourite ; Andrew Jackson dination.-This is another sad

-the sky became less serene- gladdened with the white sail of Independence : having shown Major 'Vright.Grt't'te.May .
onevery example of the pernicious and
the dark cloud of
war scowled o'er: commerce. The second of her
war occasion the force of freedom glorious strop
damning Yice'of intoxication-it
the forest.! The Genius of liberty Independence achieved : and in its gle for Liberty and :
resistance to tyranny- Independence, man who is endowed :'
perverts ,
found by. v
us at the badeus .
plough.-She our sons returned from the laurel be crowned vith
pointed out to you the horrors of speedily success. nature with all the nobler facultiesof
gird on our armour, and led field to the of
prepare arms beauty and anarchy as contrasted with -3 cheers.'Doct. Hawkins. ';
ra- the mind to '
for more than demon
the conflict. The ;
injunction affection. The husband-the tional liberty-having led you The memory of GEORGE WALTON and thus has fallen in ,the., discharge .
The :
was obeyed. young and --the mother-the sister and brother through scenes of darkness and one of the champions of '76.Doct. of his duty, in e..falal
aged exchanged their peacefulhomes exchanged, their alarms for light-having ultimately broughtyou Elwes.
'for the embattled moment, one of our country's best
1 plain. the smile'of secure contentment Gen. James Miller.
: into His love
full view of the -
: The hoarse drum and the great political officers, and the noblest work of
w trumpet's offered their thanksgiving to for his knows
up paradise, which you now country no superior.Lt. God an honest
man. ,
clangor echoed throughoutthe the Comptroller of Destinies andwith f
; enjoy; whilst you admire its beau The "
land:; and each heart was attuned united hands, once more, en ties and Jackson. His highest military honor, to
delight in its profusions grateful
I, which the deceased is entitled :: d
.tolhe warlike sounds. Victory "
; .j. ;- circled the unmolested altar of li: will recollect that countrymen will remember bis .
the of
."< ., you tree will be paid to his remain tnj ..
(: shouted from the field of berty. knowledge is the CONSTITUTION gallant services, and in defiance of four ... .* .,. {/'

.: Chippewa, whilst the cannon of After the close of the' conRictyou Its fruits are luxuriant intrigue will reward. theirs.0 .-3 evening at o'clock. .x k
you are The !'
officers of
the and
New-Orleans thundered back the thMfc ;
have seen the individual who at liberty to cull them ; but in s cheers, 3 gun.-Capt. Dade. of the 1st stationed. at r,"
: glad tidings! of conquest! A. nation (prior to it) had filled stations in doing forget not the worthies who Gen. E. P. Gaines.-The intrepid Infantry, .
v' ,L who had hitherto been declared I this past, are requested to wear. ,
civil life the
most dignified, occupying planted the tree. Swear'that soldier.-Lt. Martin.
'. mistress of the deep (in derision youwill crape attached to the hilts of their:
a next in The
impol'tance ever protect and nourish it fair Daughters: of America
swords for testimony
of the American Navy 0'ir to the highest in the nation.! Strike to the earth, the sacrilegious -May they in the hour of peril, of thirty days, at a .
the whichthe
k .t. n made ludicrous displays of u Wherever he moved through the wretcfrwho would sever emulate the Spartan' fortitude of f high respect in ; ... !
one .
:- ..' .r" knpotcnee on the ocean. Her country he baa so lately defended of the branches Should we ever their Mothers of the: Revolution. deceased was held by them, ", '
.... .' converted into (Signed) D. L. CLlNCHf' 1
laughter was soon
-processions, jubilees and feasts; -2 Read.
be molested cheera.-Capt.
by an overwhelmingenemy ] ... Col. 4th ,
.1 lamentation, when instead of arau'sing'hfenelf awaited his. approach. You haveseen :. should our 'altars be a-. Several other volunteer toasts InfantryfCommanding .
with fir. frigates, in him a candidate for the' moat were drank which Commute *
gain''attacked by a domestic, or a tae t ,
,;;;t Hjuier.farR.ihe discovered that it exalted place in the gift of the peo> foreign foe ; let us defend them in regret, they could not obtain At

.' :... NT a a.with the invincible of a free, ple. You discover from LUlL We informed
', -, nt'thee.,spirit t of 76 _! 8 .o'clock the company adjourned are by a correspondent
: \. '. people. she had to contend-thatthey Chi ola that''several ofv'our..subiCfl- _
nomination to the same office S ;Stfould the congregated monarch i- to Col. Clinch's quarters, -where tm P
.6 were not 10 be intimidated by that in well in beta wish you to.state publicly* in the ,
peace, as as war, s of Christendom, darken ourfair they joined a number of .1 ladies next Gazette fbrwardedtbeiepape 'it
f I the'multitude, :of of her ships, or the; he is in the heart of his country, land. ,with their countless from town, who'had celebrated- the of the, 3d June ifYou or if by. mistake they ,
her The
terror name. Constitution men. Another Phidias should legionsjwe.meet them undaunted day with, .Mrs. Clinch, and, i in were kept back"--We did forward our

s: .P. .' : and the President had not carve his statue, so that every american 1 In.ra1Jyinr round the ensign whose, company .remainder; of> paper of 3d June, regularly, by the.neitraaUAfter.it .. .

;C' long rode the buoyant wave when in beholding it, might of freedom,.. the determination of the evening was passed with muchreal was printed' for each and. ,'.' ,
:-: the] ,began to believe with every of our subscribers on Chi ula! ; directed ,
enemy (
never forget -honor valor
-virtue each republican. will be, liberty ,I pleasure in conversation and ,to Stone's Store, Chipola. F. **
\,.- biter conviction) that her cal 1- 1 or death.! dancing. v ..... which office L JH.'Stone' Eiguirci, Post it. tf:J. .
'_t tlon of freemen ,
m had been withqUf We have been -
conducted trIumphantly L- At 11 o'clock. Col. Clinch, accompanied I" Co Mister. !remembered that said p.oper : '
.4 :.': foundation. The subsequent by our soldiers and statesmen Ll.- by CoIR Warnn ton, reviewed ttraAps ie wwwrww: wwwwv t Vic. of the 3d June c.ontained- the folloWs t..
Worthy of
M- '- victories of Charoplain and Erje 'thrO'gh.tbe perils of two whose discipline, and'fine appearance n.- have 1J1go article which we repuls! ,for,he.a- .
heardwithpleasure that that'quarter.
: ,reflect honor their a very of'.our' subscribers in
convinced .Lord; that upon officers.- HiUaCIJlcni
Liverpool liars wilt-
: ,, safest Britain. '
ti 3 < They At 12 they were marched to the Colonel'sq forcible sermon, ,Wat "delivered in ,,'h papers were suppressed ,t
t british
.. : :' tlit #!.dent.was not'proof: first conferred,on us.free. i- i and that whether tins also 'AJ
government arters, where the,Declaration of Independence m one ol, the Philadelphia J churches, we may ee -
,',< .- !.,<*: aQ i linst the intrepidity of yankee and afterwards nobly} de was read by Capt. READ, and 'the day beon* yesterday, ngainstduelling will( go the saipe way! The.fins,,for de- .
4 men-that the of the fended ( delivered ; tainin&delaying l crriBczzleing or destroy"i1Jr
V.2tec ruling it from' the -assault 'of its the foregoing oration by Ii r. .. All ,the ,
pulpiu should
vase must be Vi%oe Ewfrw; after which a national'salute vas *ny. newspaper, 'isf .o;nyfi.f.J dlUarl
it. ...* ,henceforth a nies. They have left us to resound' with:denunciations,of thepractice -
fvr such
fired. At 4 o'clocktike gentlemen sat every offence .
". r a prerogative.A between dISPU'J ,Contemplate the splendor' their i down to an excellent dinner, at which ,-when an i instance, u 1c cu

t't, ... mjg..l1,trfu.. *tions.r l1ie'DuDta-lert us to rejoice in..1 I Col. Clinch, assisted by, Majors Twit 10 lUke the recent ta(\YaApin agtic' P
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Intrll.gen.cer do justice to his constituent*.. He his satlsfcctorHy eiphin: these matters-It ii j: Four Companies orlnfantrr : >"J tDtPUt

k inal in' the Florida' \ of L M. surpassed the, sanguine! pect&ti us.,of i decidedly the wish of his friends that he commanded by :Major pxvid E. twigg,. : neat .gf3t. :, :
cer, with the signature, .: his friends :he has disappointed the e n. should do so-.his enemies. hope that he Hands .of'Music Naval and Military. hJ, eJlm: t.' ,4 .t'
; Stone, appear to be but a copy, fident, calculations of his,enemies j "hohaa may fail l and already rejoice in .t eideath : II '"Pall-Bearers j. with enable this Depmment .to.co 4ytt. '. :.

with alteration to suit the occasion. commanded respect .abroad, and re- t he'is on_the edge of a precipice, and formed. of Officers: next highest in- .rank ".of the, subjnine4resoittjouofthHouse : fJ"' ; ; .

of .Mrs. Harriet : fleeted credit pon the people who had that there b no retreat. I to the'deceased. Representatives, Jibe a.efa1't1'I ': : .
of obituary Clzithazto wtt
an *. m if. ,fe faM: r qst.j .
his worth and .
-COKPS&- ,
appreciate Civis I' .
who died-at NewYork sense enough to edtosend f hhhfcr mail
Rodman, by a*_ soon.practicable as
avail themselves of
sufficient wisdom to' Ronsecapani3ned-.led by..ermat. : : t.i- *
June 1808. Jackson County Chip la,June 1826. ,, Schedules .
of tbeir ?
the llth : refpectiraclaims ,.I :
on his service Yet his official acts are not Medical Staff and Mourners. ::!f *'
The original was written by S. :above criticism nor is his conduct beyondthe -dS ca<4|@ >.cWe Naval Officers. ,exhibiting the particular 1 *required ". : 'T,,, _'_ i' -S'

Ewing, Esq. of Philadelphia and reach of censure, and generally and understand by Captain Me- i A.large and respectable concourse of accordingto bl.the.Resolution.the as nearly as may' .be, -

first published in the United States highly the people.approve of hit proceedings chellon, from Vera Cruz, that itizen followinr plantSCHEDULE.! .

Enos Bronson. and satisfied as they feel with Commodore N. B. The Naval Band was politely _. _" "' "
Porter had .. -
; ,
Gazette, exertions there is one subject l furnished by the officers ,of the CMllell '4 .
upon o ;
East Florida Herald. which they wish to be enlightened, and i the Mexican servicei&xvas expected tim who assisted in the solemnities of ., ofthe ._, K

What say yon, Mr. Stone? Guilty !. for information on that subject, they are from the City of Mexico in a thc funeral. genera claim. Citizens!: forillegal" ... .(:',. :, ."-', '

or not Guilty ?" under the necessity of applying publicly, few days, to take command of the nameof. 'L.,;*" h.'., "< -S.

It seems to be a dangerous experiment, to the Delegate, it being impracticable ship he carried out to Vera Cruz, DIED-On Monday 10th July inst. ofa toexplain ofthe AmericanCitizens name circumstances _, ..j,".", ."'"t;.

on the part of an editor, to give an accused in the present statepf the country.fur the Government hating mad ,ar- lingering disease, Capt. P. PELHAX, for- : toadjudication .'vtUTtE. .. ,, '. ''i 1,.
Post Master an opportunity to defend majority of his constituents to confer personally mcrly, of the U. S. Army, and late, Sutler elucidatethe 1826.American American Denmark "., ."."
himself with him, on business of common i" raqgernents to pay for her. "The Tit Cantonment Brooke, Tampa Bay,aged -:; elucidate natureof nature the. ted : ':_

.. or individual interest. City of Vera Cruz was not-P .to 39 yeans.. .. .. 9 ,t, o; .( .. "
We publish, in a subsequent column, a Will Col. White be pleased to state, sickly as it had been. J P 1of andTHK any subjec UTtE.UTtE.Kejirciento ,

communication from Chipola, signed C I- why in some of his many communications Mobile Com. Regi ter. ay s statemen '

ri>, in which much censure to Col. Whiteis to the citizens of this Territory and a- -.. is SIll}! 21_ I. Ma,Claim and :.'. .

implied, in consequence of the selection mongst the accurate detail of facts and Mr. Gallatin Minister to -00 C d Holland tabularstatemen"0 ,not LATII of ." _.\ S,.
by the Agent of the Kentucky Asylum transactions interesting to this section of our r: ;: '"
tor teaching the Deaf and Dumb, of the country, he never made mention to England, and family, have taken .o 4-.- =- ofthe _, ."c_.. were b'- .5"
KSENTJiTiVES aswere ;
the Township of land granted by Con- one correspondents, that a grant t>f passage in the packet-ship Flori- lWV;9 ]'1] bTATESKSENTJiTiVES i !! \. ;.

gress for their benefit, so at to include land in Florida had been: made by Con da, Captain Tinkhm, which sales "0" bTATES tu..c theHoui .' _. ; ..
the improvements of many of the settlers. gress to the Kentucky Asylum for the deaf from New-York for Liverpool on 1ot o L l PeusacoVa. g -* \a.) :; "-1 ft ss I OLA1&; ." :: 1-
We also publish, for the benefit of those and dumb ; how it escaped his vigilance :::I ;" It d<<# in l o :: .... f
have it therlAW under that the location of this inter the first of July.-JVa:. Journal. =' ance ;
vho not teen grant might ARRIVED. UJ '!! I orRx OLA1&Clerk
which the location is made. fere with the settlers, and why he did not :, + July 9.-Sloop Alabama Pack. =-- UNITED .ug'i ST.OLA1&

From this act of Congress, it appears, oppose its passage. Road from St.Marl'8 to Black I --t C Clerkof
that the land given to the Kentucky Asylum It is the opinion of most people in this Creek.-We are indebted to the et, Roy, St. Marks. ,!_ p."a.UCI Horss Horssngress; ntsof preseamount amountof were aswere = '

was to be located one of the Ter- Territory, that large grants of land are of of subscribers 14.-Schr. Thorn, Campbell, 110 I 2-=G.I amount ,;' .
ritoriet, tinder the direction of the Secretary prejudicial to its interests inasmuch as I politeness one our Net Orleans. ..c.. :s w o sesas -!:: -. -.5

of the Treasury." If any error has they are calculated to preclude the sub for a copy of Capt. Burch's ENTERED.July -o 0 -0 C' f C Lo e ; .;, ." ..
been committed, it has been by the Officer stantial white population of independent printed handbill fore led proposals ... t.I: s ; z Oovnmen thca .
I 10.-Schr. Henrietta Quig- ; 0:1 over .
exercising the controling power and farmers, the strength and bulwark of eve- for dJ''; "C manne
the openiis by contract St. Andrew's I = .. G.I. ssion man "
Col. White who could not and substitute in gles, Bay. l. such .
-not by possibly ry free country, to their the above mentioned public road. I ::2 seso : .
have anticipated in which section of I stead a population of negroes altogether 12.-Scbr. Amelia, Roach, Tam 000. "Co CONGRESS the sucha t:=.
nextseso k .
Burch has .. ,
the United States the location would be which effect -Capt. not thought -0 : thVinjury S
oselrssin a political sense, pa Bay. .u u insuch ,,v _
made. With the same propriety, might it is plain to every one, must tend to retard -, proper to furnish us with a copy CLEARED. -u.C.. on, ofthV between ,J .
f ;
we condemn our former Delegate for ifnot effectually to prevent, the admission of his advertisement, nor to request ell .. c..r c(11. .
i July 8.-Schr. Phillippa PhiJi.I ; .
assenting to the location of Gen. La Fa- of Florida as a State into the U- us to insert it ,in our I 0 '. '
paper. .
t/ftte'a land,. the vithzilg of Tallahassee, nion, and for which purpose they verily Whether such proceeding be authorized bert, New-Orleans; with bricks. '. :at artmeut: 1805 : :ble, :. ..' ,_"
which has never been conceived in the believe that'grants have been made, by SAILED. ,; cu "' :: r. ,S
Lo. .. ..
mind of aMY one : still our present representative intrigueing men in power, who dread to by the War Department July 10.-:Sloop Alabama, Pack. U .::20. :; c." 1.:3: :' '
E .& '
is blamed when there is no evidence see any accession to the strength of the or not we do not know ; but it is .. .U.. 0 -;_: u. 7.
et, Roy, New-Orleans. Sk2as .
or probability that he was awareof Southern States, who fear a balance of believed to be advautageous that z Q-1 I q,

the location, which it is said he oughtto power, who admire in theory, but not in these proposals should be freely .New Yotky June 14.-Arrived U :'1 k. ** _5 ._ ,f :#' _' ._ -5
L.c I : ...
We admit that these of and Hiram West -:: '
have opposed" practice, the doctrine equality, circulated therefore cheerful Brig l\taster,32 days ... 5l.Sg52"5" -. '"'.
large grants,.particularly in a Territorylike who possibly may have been the secret ; we from Vera Cruz. Left, May 6, S...... 4-- I = S
ours, are an injury ; but who is to though; distant instigators of the puny effort -i ly give them a place in our.paper Eliza Miercken Cato U : .t _.5. i S
brigs unc. .5' h
blame, or whether blame ought to attachto we have lately witnessed Pensaco- for the good of the fiublic. ; I.::2 |.J2 s- I' .. .:, 5Uc
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for uncertain. S S 8. '
any, we are unable to determine.How la to dismember Florida, to add one portion East Florida Herald. Philadelphia, -ci ; '" .Ii 51: :. :::t.. ',. '.., .
such a result could have been a- to Alabama and to leave the other Had friend favored us1 witha Colombian armed brig Aguila, l4 *OC".d- 00 u u.s Q ;_' .);:" ".'S. ,. S 1

voided, we areyet to be advised ; for, if without remorse to its fate. It i is from this any William D. Anderson, from a 13 -. 7,1= .= S'*? .5'.5. 0 S

it could have been done, we have reason view of(he subject, that the people wish copy, we also would have'published cruize ; put in here for supplies. Oc,: ,4.4'-i"c..u: .f ". S.

to believe Col.) White would have effectedit Col. White had opposed the location of the proposals/zro bono Jiub- The Colombian armed Schooner I .5.e.1 u 0 .100"r.c- a.. O'CJ 0 ;.3 GIlt S .

as he has made such assiduous exertionsand the grant in Florida; the cause of human lico.-Editor Pensacola Gazette. u.IS v, r:2 P,0:. \ .5.....
rendered such important services, ity would not have been injured by it, Zulme,Capt Frank, from Cartha- c..c:: .c CI.o Be.E.> ._ ..; 0 It'

in advancing the interests of the Territory there is land in the greatest abundance We understand that his Holi. gena, having been chased in New- _o.a., -c. U0 u L.c.,:.! ,au= S I'. ..... .5 ..,.S
on all occasions. within the limits of the United States, foundland Harbour (coast of Flo.' S.OOOU.. 0
ness the Pope of Rome has rta U .c::
appointed S ...
"We do not believe 'the construction that would have been equally profitable 1ft .c
rida the 30th ult. the -- '
I ) on by c. .
given to the Law, by the Agent of the I to the institution in Kentucky, and that. a Bishop for ihe States of and o .5. o-c.2.o'g 1 ._I'-
of Hercules :
Kentucky Asylum, is correct, or that it would in no way have interfered with the : Tennessee, Alabama and the Ter- brigs war ...; Ct .. !Ic l :
will be sustained by any Judicial Tribunal. -, rights and privileges of the citizens. The I ritory of Florida, with the title of Maria, she was captured whilst 4J cIS c U :! '" e.: .
: S S .. 0'
Donation and Pre-emption Rights i same policy that has induced Col. Whiteto BishOp of St. dugustine.-Idem. at anchor, and taken away by themon .: .u.u -" -uc 0"0.; ..J.'SE aP ., ..._
= 0
have been considered Ihe of the Seminole c .. t'SU _, 0 '
always In- .
paramountto urge the following morning. S. U a. .
I Cu tn-; 0Qi0 '1.., .;-, S '
all others, except when they 'fall within dians from Florida, because they occupy I Errata-In the hurry of putting our c.. C)";1 11ft..cCa..c.o_. "'U _:;. 0S 0

an Indian Ueserveor the sixteenth bodies oi land which would admit of a I paper to press last week. several typo Arrived at St. jiugusiine-Sloop [ 05 g. i ;; !: S ...},
section, which is reserved for 'the benefitof dens. white population, and population is : --- *=C:: =--= 't 0ft -
graphical errors occurred ; such u act for Ann Maria, Gardiner, New York, e .. 0 4).... .1 "
Schools. When the settlement of a all-important to Florida, on acconnt of its : .i.- .= o 1.' 0 rtjHE
for cl5- (
La .
sit Tahara for .
: Fayemte Lafayette ...
; 9 surveying expedition .. -
days, on a { '
is the school frontier ; ..0 1ft.. .
claimant, on section, we believe extensive and defenceless should Sahara which the reader would readily *> "
D there uniformly been a provision I have dictated opposition to all large grants correct.; The following, however,makesit to the Gulf of Mexico. 5 .: >u0- .. .-0 k '-.5 i0 .

authorizing a transfer of it to another ofland in Florida.In i necessary to publish these errata, as Sloop Mary, Hull, New York, 9 o c,:s ..e cr.u .c::.. _t'S t.C)) .. : k:0.

similar tract of land, thus rendering his I the- circular addressed by Col. Whiteto the sense is doubtful in the way it was days, also on a surveying expedition u S 4iiiiC3 J .5.'. .5. .

claim efficient and available but how ; the People of Florida, the following printed. In the speech of Col. Para nan- to the moulh of S.iohn's RiI I Z,et : ..4.S :
does the case stand, if the Agent of the i strong expression of his sentiments on the tier, near the middle of the 'second para u.Qv.QQ _._ ..:
Asylum is right in supposing that his I subject donation and pre-emption laws f7The
graph, please correct so as to make it Ver.In
of the laws of the ..
of these vessels arrived publishers \
location valid when it includes: the Improvements occurs. It cannot be disguised that I read as follows one ,
ofthose entitled to Donations felt a deeper interest in'the passage of U France has had a plenty of Catalines, Major Perault, Lieutenants Swift, United States will insert this notice. sit -
or Pre-emptions So far as it respects the donation and preemption laws, and 'and Smith times in their papers. .
she has perished in the hands of a Cxs&r, Smith, Searle belong 13 20 6t.
those who embraced in efforts for their June :
are the location
made greater accomplishment who used to that the sword
and for
I say the ing to the corps of .En ineeT. ...
the Pre-emption law is .
entirely inoperative than any other. 1 could not be
I it is worse than a nullity-it.is a perfect contented whilst the honest and indefatigable spur glittering were of the necessary one, the to rapid govern"effect; the of surveying Florida CAnal.Pi"he MAIL ARRANGEMENT.:

mockery. 'I he party is not providedfor though perhaps humble pioneer of the other but too much dazzled the corps is complete and all the S

asin-case efa conflict with the school I civilization in our Territory, who. had expenuea ofthe Universe ; the present slave-like eyes members of it are now here, and Claiborne Mail. S) _
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section, but is completely remediless! nis means in a little
clearing farm, in their duties
condition ot all shows their will actively -
huropc consequences
Congress never intended such inconsistency and building a little home, when the engage UE on Thnrsday at 3 1'. M. I', .
at the head of 0J
1 absurdity and injustice, nor has it den industry bloomed around him, and Cataline in,Home would not a have Government. so far as it will be judiciousfor Closes on Friday at 12 M.
I been guilty of their commission. attempt them to do during the hot wea
Both the harvest of-Ills best hopes was ready ed'to be if the Tallahassee Mail. clue
a tyrant, temporary success :",
acts of Congress, if consttued correctly, for the sickle, I could not be,. ontented of Manus and of Sylla had not excited ther. Major !Perault, we understand ..-.
may stand together and be exactly executed and leave the harvest to be blighted before his ambition and.if constant disunion will personally reconnoitrethe every other Monday 12. )t. a
and, we believe, no Judicial tribunal it was gathered by the withering Closes the following Tuesday at 12 .
amongst the citizens had nut induced immediately and will
will, under such circumstances country M. ,'" '"
countenance blast of speculation. This law gives you o'clock. .'
construction which him.,....to. aim. at dominion. &c. not require the attendance of the '\! '
a would impenetrable protection against all their ......n .,. '. -
make one act defeat the other, and at the machinations; your houses will not be OBITUARY.DIED. junior members until the season "} "

same time inflict great private injustice.We thrown into market, you are not made to .-Major SITJNDEBS Do oBoof will enable him to do so with safe- NOTICE.v ... .;
have said thus much inconsequence pay* for improvements yourselves have the 4th Uegt. U. S. Inf'v.l on the eveningof F. Herald. .:'
ofthe absence of Col. White, 1rom whom made, nor purchase a value your labor has the 7th July inst. The circumstances ty.-E. BY the instructions tf the p *t .

we are in hopes to hear on this subjectin created ; you are not driven from home attending this melancholy catastropbywere -. I Mailer General, it is made the duty _
due time j and we have no doubt that because you have made it comfortable, as follows.A I of the Post Master, to put in each mail :
he will give such an explanation, as will nor thrown into competition with land Seargeant who} had been dismissedby lo ilLan{\, Agency. all letters which are' deposited the; .

be entirely satisfactory to his constituents. jobbers when your funds are exhausted, the Major from the afternoon drill, for An office for purchase and sale of lands Post Office one half hour before the facet

His distance, at present, from the a competence is yours at th. minimum intoxication, and sent to his quarters availing : it opened at-Tallahasaee, the Seat of Government time of closing the Mail.. The undersigA- 5
ritory, constrains us to solicit for him Ter.I' price,without fear and without extortion. himself of the darkness of the : of Florida ed cannot be responsible for the detention '
ordinary share patience and that be It would be uncandid to doubt Colonel night, stepped deliberately up to the deceased i ffT'is known, that the rich lands of Florida of those letters, which are not put in the .
not be censured until he has : J well to the cultureof office as eutyas above mentioned; but
may an opportunity White's sincerity and intentions after this (whilst the drums were beating ) "re adapted S
to be heard in his defence. language, and those must surely be wrong tattoo) and discharged the contents of a those great staples SUGAR CAN$ ASDSEA being desirous of accommodating "the "

who say the pre-emption law is but an loaded muskel through his body. He ISLAND COTTOIT. That Gentlemenwho Public, as far as in his power, he will frail ,,.., V 5.

An act for the benefit of the incorporated empty compliment or an unfeeling insult, instantly fell, wa carried to his qua rters, visit this country, with a view to per. all tetters which are deposited before,the ; .* .

Kentucky Asylum, for teaching the because at the very moment it passed, a- and immediately surrounded by all the of- manent settlement, labor under many packet, in'which.they are t<; go isatiial-. :
Deaf.and Dumb. vowedly for the protection and remuneration ficers ofthe Cantonment. Every tongue disadvantages, in the purchase or locationof ly closed. Tne Northern Mail, being

Me it enacted 6y the Senate and of the citizens, another act was uttered-every countenance expressed lands, which it is believed might be the most important, will always. be the.. .' .
House of Representatives the passed which entirely defeats its object, the deepest sympathy in the fate obviated by this Office last made upW. S S
of and drives them and their wives and their of this estimable officer. He bore his It is the intention of"the undersignedto H sellHuut; S = ..
United Statca of America, in Congress children again into the wild woods and pangs with heroic fortitude : aDd in the be prepared with special information Poll ';Matter. -

assembled, That there be the wide world without a home, and midst of his agony tranquilly observed relative to the quality and extent of the 'Pensacola, July 1st, 182619tf.: *:

I granted to the incorporated Kentucky with exhausted means, and that Colonel that--"whilst many a' poor' fellow had most valuable lands, which may be offered J t

Asylum for teaching the White' wore the mask of dissimulation, died on the field alone and unaided, he for sale by the Government or by in- Ma rshal's' Sale
I j' deaf and dumb and that he was secretly plotting or conniving had at least, the satisfaction of knowing, dividuals. Books will be opened for the -
1 one of
Township at the ruin of his constituents, at that his friends were near him." Mild, registering of all estates! which may be FN virtue man order or decree of the
- land .
excepting section numbered the very moment that he was professing patient, and resigned to the will of hea- .. committed to the charge of said office, Hon. II.,M. Bmckc-.iridge Judge of ;
'I sixteen, for the use of schools himself, and apparentlyexertiRg' all his ven,in less than two hours after receiving with drafts and descriptions-special examinations the United States District Court,for the .

i therein, to be located under the powers as, the champion of their claims the fatal shot, he sunk quietly into the will be made in all cases if District of West Florida* arid agreeably ta

: direction of the Secretary of the and their rights. Col. White must undoubtedly arms of death. deemed necessary. a monition issued. by the Clerk of aid-
be of the opinion, that the Major S Donoho, was the eldest son of Said office will be prepared to attendto Court and to me directed, I shall f 0 ,
; Treasury ; land shall be, grant to the Kentucky Asylum cannot Major Thomas Donoho of Caswell ,Coun, all business to the perfect completionor to sale, and will sell, to the bighest expose bid- .
end forever remain, to the use interfere with the claimants under the ty, North Carolina(a distinguished officer, adjustment of\!Land
of said Asylum, for the education pre-emption law, and that the people are of the American Revolution) he was bornon appertaining to the Donation or of July next, at the Custom House, in the 0

bf indigent deaf and dumb( persons perfectly secure against every effort that the 12th of June 1784. After completing Pre-emption: Laws, passed by the Con. City of Pensacola, the schooner" by some .

i i. or/if said Asylum shall sell may be made to dispossess them, yet he his academical education ,pre gress of the United States, for-the bene. called the Jupiter," her. ,tackle, apparel .- -
said might have anticipated the difficulty, and pared himself! for the profession of law- fit of he early settlers, of nda-and: to furniture and boat!, the said, cargo .5.
which it is authorizedto by a little foresight and precaution, have removed totb State of Georgia, where1 every description: qf business relating toa consisting of coffee, taffia, corn, "
do, the money arising from the from he soon established high fur ,General Land .Ad Map of.tbePublic '
I people suffering reputation ncg. wine, nee,.. paper i tJ 'oil, lard _&c. &c.j', ..
., such sate shall be and remain forever much uneasiness of mind and incurring his legal acquirements', honorable andmanly' Lands, which were offered in May seized 'by' "the- _Collector of the .Customs ':,:;<. -

,, 4 I, to ,the same use. And it the heavy expenbe that will inevitably result ,character. 1825, and ofthose: lately advertised for' for the..Portland District of Pensa- '
: hall- be the duty of the said Corporation from 1eslproceediugit, and which On the 6th of July 1812 was appointeda ute by the Government,. can at all ttixe cola,*fori violation. of thp revenue law 0
they are so little prepared to meet, andso Captain itt the COI'PS Artillery, where procured. of the United States a* appears by libel, 5.
:; a to sell the said lands ill able to bear. It is true, that Col. he served with great; credit to himself and Letters (post paid) ,addressed to Richard filed in.the Clerk's *Office of said Court, L

i vriinin five year from the passage White cauld>> hardly,have foreseen a collision to his country la 1819 he .effected a C. Alien & Co. Tallahassee Florida onthe: 14th day of June,- 1326,against'the '-

; I of this act, and the bame shall be between the'claims of humanity and transfer to the 4th Infantry.'. On the 12th will be attended to. said schooner, her cjrfgo;tackle, apparel J.. : 0

I L located in one of the Territories of justice but the difficulty does exist, "of May 1814 was promoted to a Majority. Richard Allen &: Co. furniture and boat--sale .to commenceS '
a iia the people feel it sensibly, and think in the same Regiment.It : x ,* '5 5
26th 1826O1am6me.Rejercncir. at 9 o'clock.A.1. ,_
Lands Tallahassee June, 0
;. I to which the Indian title .
that would not have put Col. White to i is a tribute due to the memory of the breeMaghat ;
: \, 'i' has been exinutshed.pprovedAprilStb,1826.. nuch trouble to have: prevented it. deceased,Ho state that' ne was' esteemed ; William- .5, *: ,. 5%,,JS .
His Excellency: Wm: P.:Duval, IK JK.. 0 S
it I It really is somewhat singular that a total wheiever he was kn wn-His manners 03
i ilence respecting this grant was observed were plain and unaffected-his disposition Col.; Robert Butler, Surveyor .General, Pensacola June 16thf1 t': 0.-

I\ co.uUA'.1c4TIo1f .. when on every other subject in most amiable. In addition to the ,Col James Ga'dsden -I--- 0 ; :

;: = no wise more interesting or. important to advantages or'a classical. education, his General R. K. :Call, 'vMajorfienj.'Chaires \Varehouse4.r rks 4
I : For the Pentacola Gazette. them, the people 'were minutely mforTi 'mind was higly c lti"at .-:,possessed; qf TalUihatKf. ..
'I Whatever difference of opinion may ed;. and that the first .Intelligence' upon ,honor, franfcnes s, integrity, and many social Jonathan! Koblnson.' : Esq;:!'Gadtiteh. >Cty.OTpHE subscriber J**:latel 1,erected L.odioO.'an4. near. '.......

. liavceisted in this Territory, prior,to the ,the, subject was received from the agent, virtues,' be bad acqoiredv numerous Noti I thidiaM5t.1t: *; : '

;II : eiectiouof? Col. White,:asto hitt.taJents, whoP had come the'country to make friends,but crc ated no enemies. :. .. .jWARZfflUSwber' /
i and qualifications for the office'of-Delegate fte selection, and full,of benevolence and The deceased waa interred on the evening sale of the': Carjaof the.- Schooner bc1s" \" A jd... ,," 'eit.".. ,,-' '4 ,

j I' ; that question fonowr rest ; experience justice, to.wrest from 'the citizens their: ot the 8th ;Lost: with the .honors of Jupiter U postponed'.till' 'Saturday oaStor3g5CTh1Isdr..t... .. }f,; iJ. :. ; -
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: .' ,.the *ure unerring test, has .i in allfupccts labours, their Improvements, and..their I war. The:.precession.was formed in the, the;.22d July, iost. 'WH.'S BRBIC\> .:'," jOt :w: _; ,;::'.-:' ....1flkJf' : '

demonstrated .ius :capability: .to, right* 'It is possible that.CfoU,JVbitfmay.: followinprd! r-,-. ,_) '1t _\ :J1d7 141;'1 1f1Jft 1 ,.. $ '
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FOIL SALE. NOTICE. Cordials,-Bitters, &c., lAstofLettera, LITERARY.. NOTICE. I ..

Jt2TjFIlIE subscriber, Executor of the last LETTERS Testamentary,on the estate' tfIlJE; ] subscriber has lateJy.reCC1Yed 'in.thePost: 0(., ',J e.'JAM&S BWELt. Qr W"hinlt
421) Will and Testament of Francisco *LE01tCIO.l'al ETa deceased, t consignment, f REMAINING oJa.ori the 30th City,formerly of.8a Tinolb,
"t- 'Touanl, late Pentacola deceased, offers: having been granted to the subscriber bythe 15 cases Liqueurs assorted : ei to publish' the seventh, and propos.
of if.
": for sale the following property, belonging County Court of Escambia. County ; 10 do. wine bitters day June 1826, ,. not improved. ,edition of his work, entitje th'C \
i r to the Estate of the said dedeased: viz all l persons having demands -against said : taken out swiiiin' three months, Medical CompanionFAM1LYPIIYSIC1AN

'The undivided half of a Tract of'Laud, estate are requested to present the same 3 bbls. cheny ;bounce, will be forwarded to the General
-. and those indebted are desired _. OR
-containing immediately, .'ALSO, Post Office as :Dead Letters.

'.: .i 4j< aai to makepayment:'Hy.to.Micnelet, 30 boxes Vermicelli, A.-H. A Adams treating, in the most clear and :
i fl.Wm. J. Jteht Robert L. | Conj
v WS All which will be sold
low to close
of the diseases
very manner, of tlie -
t Situated North East of Bayou de la Executor. I United--
(,. Trucha, on tbe bay of San Mary de Gal- .Pensacola, June'16th, 1&26-16-St.SfcYYing sales. i Browning, Garreti; R. Barry 2, States, with their symptoms, causes, ,
from the J. Jerrison jr. John Brosnaham, Henry A. Bier- regimen and means of prevention
vez, about-twenty one miles ; coni
City of Pensacola : and aHOUSE eff C\\eat! \ Pensacola, May 19th, 1826. man, Patrick N. :Briuson, John mon cases in surgery, as fractures, di,lol

... Subscriber, having determined Barrow, Louis ,Lor-: zo .Balderas, cations, &c. ; the'D1anagement and d s*

t; & LOT THE close, will bring sell his of business at reduced to a prices temporary, for SALT.&VfflTrtlfl ,John James Bowman,I'r..nciliV.Brady. I eases satory of for women. preparing and children. family ?medicinal a d'apto -
C ash or approved paper, his present stock / Bushels Allum Salt, cargo and a glossary, explaining technicr
in the City of Pensacola, fronting on consisting of \Q3J\VJ\J. of schr.Hope Return, from C.---Waris Clinch, William terms; to which are added, brief ana

Alcaniz Street, aid lot containing 52 feet Fine & sup. blue and bl'k broadcloths, Ragged Island, just landed and for sale Cross, John ,Cromwell, W.. V. .tomy and physiology of the hummn body

front by 80 feet deep and known in the Blue,bl'k,mixed and.ribbed drab casi- l low. Enquire at the store of J. Forsyth Cobbs 2; John P. Croston, Henry showing, on rational principles tlie
: causes and cure of diseases
: :?lan of the City as number 112. meres. or'of the A. Chambers William Croa W 01. ; an essay on
'. The above property will be sold on Tartan & Caroline plaids, bombazettes, subscriber.J.. Jerrison jr. hygieine or the art preserving health) ,
Collins, P. Canoby J. .N. Coxe without the aid of medicine
Talentia, toilinetle and Marseilles vest- ; an Ameri
credit half of the purchase
money assorted Pensacola: >ta15 3526. Dan!. Colquhoun Jeremiah Clark can Materia Medica, pointing out the vir"tues
to be paid in one year and the remainderin ings, I ,
two years, Payments to be secured Bl'k senshaws, sirsnetts, figur'd bl'k AJ ORidNACE Francis Coller, Alexander Cleodi- and doses :of our medicinal plants
I also the Nurse's
,, by: notes, wiith a"mortgage on the pre silks, ; nen 2, T. Chambers, Chamber of Guide. The whole
in the
mises. White satin, green florence' Regict'ih'c's City forming a complete guide to health.
Commerce Maria Candelania.
c Desiderio Bl'k and colored canton crapes, plain of Pensacola. Th Medical Companion," when
and figured, D..Josepn Deweea, George comparatively in an unfinished state, "IS
: Pensacola 17th March 1826-3tf. Women's worsted coloured & silk hose, "pi: ft r.&ir.edjy: the Board of Alder Dawkins 2, Thomas Delphy !Jr. honored with the applause and approbation .

-; Coloured braces!, Men's beaver gloves, ?':F.', -(the City of Pensacola, That from Delavan, Stephen Davenport of that high class of medical authorities
Sale.Superior j--,i itter the passing of this Ordinance ,L whom universal "rage has
.. ; hvsia1's: Women's white and coloured kid do John placed
\I Dress and furniture prints,, Gingha::., '. the price of Drayage 'Shall not exceed Dannelly, Seton T. Drake,I at the head of the healing art in the U.

Court, District of West Coloured Cambricks, Dimity, i, thirt.\, -one ant a fourth cents per load, Win. Dannelly. nited States; and its popularity and use.

\. Florida. Plain and figured book muslins, i transported to any part of the city. For -Benjamin Edes, Enoch H. fulness tested by the sales of six very

Henry)Iich let, } Collaretts, I every offence against this section, the Everett 3, S. B. Evans, [Oak land* large editions of the work. .Encouraged
: vs. >fi. fa. I Cambric and mull do. Insertions, Drayman, or ovnerofthe Dray, shall forfeit IV. Florida. New Or-> by such extraordinary success, the author
Vincer.te S. Pintadof I White tulle, plush, striped.tnuslins, and pay thejsum of three dollars. Miwiaaijifii, h deemed it his duty, to devote muck
Y virtue of a writ of fieri facial, toW Gingham robes, Bolivar stripes, 2. Re it furthtr Ordained, That when leans, .fv. Amtrica] of his time and labor to this subject, and

me directeJ, which issued'upon a Bangun cord, bl'k silk velvet, I any Drayman or wner of a Dray shall be F.-..C. A. Finley, John Augustus has endeavored to render every succes

judgment or decree, obtained at the last Brown !loUand; yellow nankeens!!, requested to transport any merchandize, Fisher, John Fisher. sive edition more acceptable to the pub.
May [Term of said Court, upon a processto Irish linens in demi.pieceslong lawn, wood, lumber or auy other article, ,usualto G..Eusebia Ma. Gomez P. C. li e. Having added much new and important .
foreclose given by the said be transported i. it shall matter to the edition '
u Mortgage Linen cambrics, threads assorted, ) Drays, be his now con
l' l1ta'do, on the following property to wit: Ribbons assorted, duty to comply, unless previously) engaged &cu. Jacob Gaskins; Benjamin templated, which, probably, will be the

l1 >< >(6}
SQIL ated on theeast side of the Waist belts and buckles, flag h'kfs. some other excuse deemed sufficient by Gayler, Sarah Gaugh,John Greenwood be found much more.valuable than any of

Escaihbia: River-2180 arpens, bounded Cashmere Gros de Naple,andgauze do the Mayor; and for each refusal or noncompliance .'Archibald \lagill Green, the former, because he has labored to correct .
')A and by the Bay of Pensacola :-also Artificial flowers and wreaths, tapes, he shall forfeit and pay the Win. Green 2 J. H. Gale. p in this all the errors and imperfections
Knottier tract containing 5000 arpens lying Bl'k Ostrich feathers, pearl buttons, sum of three dollars. that have hitherto appeared; has :.
on the Escambia Uh.crand also 3. tie it 11 -William F. Hooe, Robert L enlarged the treatment cf .
Coloured flag, madrass h'kfs. Cravats, further Ordained.That all Drays I upon most of ...
six lots of land, situated on the public : Linen checks, j and 4.4 co. do. shall be numbered ou the near shaft,in aconsp'icuous Handy, James Howell jr. Hdlton I the diseases, and has introduced'several ...'

square, near the Tivole, which lots are I Domestic plaids, stripes and shirtings, manner, and the number shall L M. Hogg, William Hogg, JosephV. others that were not previously noticed,
-- CUby',93'\, feet, and numbered on the plan I I Co. ticking, bear duck, sheetings, be specified the licenses to be taken \ Hall 2 James llanna Jeiievieve though highly important to be known._
ti of the city, 11, 13, 14, 13, ]6 and 18 ; likewise Letter paper, spelling books, quills. out bj the owner of the Dray, and for The Materia MeUica and Nurse's Guido
i Ham.J.
: ,
a large lot lying opposite and southof I Scissors, pen & pocket knives, razors : non compliance with this section, the. ... will also -be considerably improved ; in
Seville Square. in cases, i Drayman or owner of the Dray shall not I W. JouettS, Robert Johnston short,the-author has spared no pains to
The above property has been taken in Table knives and foks, razor straps. be entitled to receive drayage. I 3, Charles Jenkins John W. render'this newedition of his work as

,- execution and will be sold at public auc and paste, I 4. tic it further Ordained, That Johnson 2.K.Thomas. complete and perfect as it was possible
tion, or so much thereof as will, pay the Needles, pins, thimbles, fish hooks and I I the owner of any dray shall be liable for Jung Robert Ken for him to,make it.
debt, interest and cost, as called for in I lines.Spectacles. I any damage or injury done to goods ., From the well established character of
said execution, for cash, in front of the in cases, toothbrushes, through the carelessness or negligence of; non, Danidel Kleifs, William H. the." Medical Companionwhich is acknowledged -

:. Court House in the city of Pensacola, Whip, hand and cross-cut saw file, the driver. Kerr 3. by the most competent

' on Tuesday the 1st day of August next,, Gun locks, gun flints, I 5. Be further Ordained That all fines _L...-John Laird, Ambrose Lado, judges to be better calculated to instruct

L between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock. Brittania,tutania &, tinned iron spoons, : and forfeitures, provided for in this Ordinance Adam Loyd, Gustus 'Loomis 2, domestic practitioners than any other

I : William Sebree, Stock and pad locks, cut tacks, I shall be recovered by complaint Leslie CLavehleuc.M.Edwin .. work'of the same kind that has been presented -
t: Marshal IV. F. Shoe pincers and hammers, awl blades before the Mayor, for the benefit of the Cap to the public, it may appear superfluous

Pensacola, 20th June, 1826186t. and hafts, 1 City of Pensacola. W. Moore, James to issue proposals for publishing by

Screw augers, mortice chissels, I Passed, May 31st1826, Malone, Juan Maestre Michelei, subscription,a new and improved edition

t CANTOHMKHT' BROOKS l. Wire and hair sieves, frying pans,. I :P. Alba, Pres't. D. Maenhaut, \V m. McVoy 2, as elftocittershjmselfit .would have met

t; FLORIDA July 1st, 1826. S Weeding hoes, trace chains, Hora. L. Findlay 'McCaukilJ, Elizabeth with.a.ready-sale. Uut the author's credulity -
WILL receive proposals till the 31st :Men's superior and common saddles, Higley, in believing every man honest un.
a October ensuing, to furnish the troops Fine and com. plated curb & snaffle Secretary. McCaskill, James M. McIntosh experience demonstrated to the contrary

of the United States, Army, that are ormay bridles, Approved, June 1st, 1826, Midshipman Nailer 2, JoseNoriega. has so far impoverished him as to
4 stationed at Cantonment Brooke, Saddle bags,collars, martingals, John Jerrison, Mayor. ,. l leave him destitute of the means of improving .

with fresh beef, from the 1st day of Januarv L- Men's fine & low priced shoes &.boots I IVoruen's 4-3t. P--Alexander B. Pinkham I IVlhiani his condition at this time, without

1827, to include the Slst day of December morocco and prunella shoes, \ W. Polk 6 William the patronage of a liberal public. Instead .
: 1827. Children's shoes straw bonnets!, 'f.lK."EN1 realizing a fortune, as he ought
The beef will be-required to be deli- Wool hats, beaver hats, castor & rorum Piukney 2. to have done from the sale,and as he had

vered to the troops in two days in each hats, AND committed to jail on the 29th[ R.-John Rain, Peter ,Roderick.; every reason to expect, from the popu

week (the days to be designated) in such Cotton cards, sleeping brushes, ult. a negro man who calls James Roberts, Jane Rodman, Ruben larity l of the Medical Companion," his -

b quantity as shall be required for their rations Cotton bagging, baling twine, himself Ritchie 4, Daniel LeRoy &co. only reward for loss of time, expense.:of
on: each day. And 1 deem it necessary Imp. & young hyson tea, loaf sugar, James labor l -and the sacrifice of a lucrative
to apprise those who may choose i to Madeira, TcneriHe and Lisbon wines, c ;mAWD 5, Ramage 7. practice of his profession, in rendering his

offer to contract for the supply, that the Cognac brandy, Holland gin, t>.-J. B. Shaw, James Shines work worthy of beiuglaid before the public

0 beef will be required to be of the best Sup. chewing tobacco, common do. 6 feet and three quarters of an William Smith, William Sands, has been to witness and submit to a

which the market can afford, and particular Best; brown sugar, Havana coflee, inch high, of black complexion, Jayme Soldar, George Staik deep laid and organized system of fraud,
attention must be had to the butchering Cut nails assorted, German steel, lie has a bold look &a disposition George Stites Frederick by which the whole current outs profits
-. thereof as a rigid inspection of it will[i Sweet oil,lamp do.copperas, to be very talkative ; he says he Stevens, has been diverted from his own bands, to '
always be made. '' Vinegar, pepper, allspice, is about twenty'Seven: years of age, and Mary Smith, James Shamer, Samuel I- enrich the pockets of others. To use

Persons offering to contract, will make: Brown soap, sperm and tallow candles, belongs to Mr. Isaac Harrel, living in Shannon, Lucy Stout. the language of a distinguished public .

their proposals in writing, sealed and directed Window glass, cider in boxes, Green County, State of Mississippi. No T.--Jacob Taylor* George spirited character and an accurate ob.

to me at this place, stating the: Gunpowder, lead and shot assorted, other identifying marks perceptible. Thomas, Jacob Tar 3 Henry server of man, as expressed in a letter toa
: tate perpound,in a single bid for which: Castings, oven, pots, spiders and andirons i\ S. Chapman, Tooley, J. B. Triplett 2 1 friend of the author, in speaking of his
they will furnish, and they shall be in- StephenTrowbridge misfortunes, lie literally fulfilled the
iuimed of the acceptance of their proposals Tin and crockery ware assorted, F. Commyns, 2. scriptures.-lie fell among thieves, ho

/,either by letter from, or 011 J pevion.il: Northern lard, hams, City Constabkt.Pensacela W....John B. Wright, Neill was a stranger,and they took him in'-

application to, me al Cantonment Brooke, Mackerel...., .. and. mess.. beefin.- half- -barrels- May 5th, 1826-10-If. Wilkinson, William B. 'V bite- but they did noticed nor clothe him--! ,
oa the: day above montioned. ouau, no. i. beet, codfish, &c &c. &c. head David V. they plundered him outrageously."
l John Page Lt. J. Jerrison jr. By tbe President of the United \Vesterly, PeterWilkinson Should the public,for whose good ha
H. Winder
2, has dedicated his time and talents thinkproper
And 9zist. Con;. of Svlshtcnce. Pensacola, June ICth, 1826. States. ,
4 B. 'Wilson
Stephen 2, J. M. again to extend to him its patronage
NOTE-No proposals} will be received LIVE OAK. fiN'| pursuance of Law, I, JOHN QUJKCY White 15. and support he will guird with greater
.Stertie31t: October: 1820. NAVY COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE L ADAMS, President of the United States vigilance and circumspection its .
: 18 181. 7 | Y.-Jeremiah Yancy Jno. J. favors
of ,
America do
.' WASHINGTON, 27th )March 1876. 5 hereby proclaim and make | and will very soon present to it the
I--- --_ -- ,. ------------- proposals will be received known,that a Public Sale will be held at seventh edition of his work i which shall

U nkcd )States; ; a 21 America, ., SEALED 31st day of July next, for the Land Office at Tallahassee, in West /.-William P Zantzinger. be acknowledged far superior to any of

BiWiCi West the supply cf Live Oak timber for the Florida, on the third Monday in January, Pensacola, 1st July 1826.-19-3t. the former editions, both as to nutter
J. ._ if Floridaf :!s. frames of three frigates, cut to moulds 1827, for the disposal of the Lands situate \% H. Hunt and execution,

'. 1 : "T..Ih\t iV.S: i .1 Hit! br.th been fJedinthe' (:foe of which, with)1800 cubic feet of pro- in the District of Lands offered for POd JJlalter.Nti ) CONDITIONS.The .
) i V.iStr'ct: Cc-rt cl the United; :i>L>cuous timber, to be delivered: on or'isfr.rc sale Tallahassee, and in the townships -
";''L\'S f.--r West FloridR on til* 14th day the lut tlay ofScptember, 1827, at hereafter designated, viz seventh edition,corrected,revised
cf June, 1826 b\ '?-'r.l1itc n Esq each of the Navy Yurus at Boston, New- Fractional townships No. 1 and enlarged to more than eight hundred pages
CcUicijr I'Jfthp Cusv:: mi vr' the }Port ai.aDistr. York and Phit tl cp.ia.! Also for nine north of Range No. 2, west, 31 .lio PPLICATION has been made to the and bound in the best manner will

t .. t cf PensxcolJ, :acan .a c itain Live Oak be; schooner, "without! lumje.hut by some cs.lo! be delivered at the Navy Yard at flange-No.2, west, renewal of the following described notes: per copy ; being the same for which the
-. ciei: the her .. "tack Fractional No. 2 _nd :.: VIZ : last four editions sold.
JJ.:: !!" ,. c r o. f, New York. 13-lOt. townships ; were To non-sub
PIJU"Ci'al4a 1 :. ;::i-.oj c i t: lIb mm uicui ; --- north of Range No.3, west, 3lc g.& D.No. 16, payable to Benjamin scribers, the price will be six dollars, but
r schooner v.vs: sVizetl, for a violation! .Ma1: \\\),\'s Sale. fractional townships No. 2 and *oc. ; Morgan, at the Office of Discount the patrons of the work will be first sup.

*;'- of the revenue laws, on the .- day of Superior Court, Di8trict of West north of Range No. 4, west, j 2 LI and Deposit,N. Orleans,dated Philadelphia plied, without regard to the expense of

June, 1826, within the District uf Mississippi -i Florida. Fractional township. No.2, north of *;: u 5th April 1819, 100 transportation and distribution.

in waters navigable: from the sea Charles Hange No. 5, west, oS of F.: No. 1619, payable to Chas. S. N. B.- In the former notices which : :
for vessels of ten tons, near Cat Island, Ivy } Fractional township No. 3, north of c West, at do. date, 1st May, 1825, 100 have been circulated .
the .
announcing Y
having no commission, manifest, license vs. >fie fa. flange No.5, west, w'u H. No. 34, payable to Joseph contemplated publication of edi '"
Charles Deeler.my a new
: or papers of any description, and under j Fractional townships No. 2 and 3, 4 Saul, at do. date 10th May 1818, 100) tion of the Medical '
.* "of virtue of a writ offli-ifacias. to me north of E. No. 4716, payable to Chas. S. Companion, no men '$ _
the command 6
Andr Chafaun, and ,J Hange No. west, tion was made of the places where subscription '
was at the time and place aforesaid, laden directed, which issued upon u judgment Including the County adjacent to the Vest at do. date 2d May 1825, 50 ;;
would be
or decree, obtained at the last : 'v. 9749 papers lodged for the
with and May town of same, date 4th Oct.
goods, wares merchandize Quincy. convenience of
thoie who
be disposed
Term of said Court :1824 might
;:. of foreign growth and manufacture, and foreclose upon a process to Also, townships 3, 4 and 5, north 10: to give it their The
subject to the payment of duties.It a mortgage, given by the said ofKanges9,10.11.12,13 and 14 west, A. No. 2542 payable to J. Coney author has been advised patronage.of this omission

is further stated, that afterwards to Beeler wit on the following' tract of land, to including the Chipola country, and part at Philadelphia, 1st Jan. 1817, 20 by the receipt of several letters of inquiry
wit : on the 5th day of June in the : of the Holmes' Creek settlement. A. No. 1514, payable to.1'. Seip from various sections
pre. of
) AH PENS, at the head of Es'j'I our country: ,as to> ,
sent year.that the said schooner "by some tli\ cambia a Also, fractional sections No. 2,3, 7, 8, Philadelphia, lst.Jan. 1817, 20 this fact. lie would therefore respect

cajled! the Jupiter," the said Andr of the ,Escsmbia Bay,river on the'southwelt5ide la, 11, 14, IS, 17. 18,21, 22, 23, 27, 28, fully solicit Editors of Newspapers, Book.
Chafaun being the real ; excepting 29 3D.and 31 in fractional )
or pretended therefrom 50 townships No. S400The sellers, Country merchants, autHotbergentlemen
acres taken from the
master entered the Port and Harbor of south. 2 north 4 and
ofUangu east ; fractionalsections who be
east corner'thereof for may so prompted
.Pensacola, within the District of West town of Beclewille. -- No. 23, 24,.25, 26, 35 and 36, in above mentioned notes were enclosed by motives of philanthropy, either to
Florida and in waters from the fractional No.3 north of in a letter of instructions delivered
navigable The above is in the township Hange; the author or the public, as0 take an
sea for vessels often tons, without com property, possession 4 east, all ofv-h ich fractional sections are; to Capt. Andrew Boyd, of the Schoon interest in its dissemination receive
of to
mission,manifest, license or papers of a- in execution Charles. and Ueeler will and be has sold been taken I bounded by the Lake Mickasukie.The er Caravan,'of New-York, which :vessel subscriptions? and for every ten, resporisi
siy kind And being laden with goods, auction at .public sale to commence with the lowest went to sea from this port,' on the 17th: ble subscriber, a handsome 'of*the
or so.much thereof will copy _
; wares and merchandize* as above stated, the debt interest nd.coAt as pay number section, township and Hange, .day of Sept. 2825, bound to ltagd ls. work will be given. Theencouragement
.. the duties on wirich,; cash in
oftbe 1 since
secured. been heard of it i i&
paid or Court House in the ofPensaco this Proclamation'? supposed perish the belief that he! dial! beable to presentthe
In obedience to the above libel, and City The lauds reserved by law for the ed at se l. work ;
la, on Tuesday the 1t of ute to the public in the course 'Qf:
'* the order and monition of the court thereon between the hours day! of 10 Augustnext and 12o'clock of schools, or for other purposes, and the Stone & Wisbet. three or four months. As there will be
under the hand and seal thereof to I fractional sections bounded by the Georgia but few more than
Pensacola copies published sub
A.M. 10th May, 1826-10-w6m; ;
Die directed and delivered I do line, wilt be excluded from sale. scribed for, it is desirable 'that complete

Hereby Give Notice, William Sebree, Given under my hind it the City of N otice is Hereby Given, returns should be made as speedily ts '

\ to all and singular, every person or persons Marshal W. F. Washington this 20th day of May, A.D. "iAT at tlie next term of the ;Hon. possible.' Editors Newspapers throughout .
_'e interested in, the said schooner,. her Pensacola, June 30th, 1826-18-.-6t. 1826. '.& the County Court, 1 will preicnt the ;the United States, will promote tho

.. cargo, tackle:, apparel and furniture, that DAVID. C. P1NKHAM John Q Adams.By aGCouhts-.aDd vouchers; and apply [for a cause of humanity and confer a lasting .
a they appear before the, court aforesaid,at the President, final settlement of the estate of DomingoRecio obligation on the author by giving the
,the Court 1pue'' 'in.: Pensacola l at the Counsellor at Law. George Graham deceased. above' an insertion :in ibeir respective papers '
next term thereof, then: and there, to; HAVING,fixed,his residence at Pensa Joseph E. Garo ; and thoscEdijuta who may have.
: interpose their claim for the same, and I : practice law, in the courts, Cpmmitrioner of the the goedness to comply with,thb sugge-
tnakc their allegations.in that behaltl: a of..Escambia.alton: Jackon, ,Gadsdeti 17-30t.: : Gtl.e.alLand ,Q ice.. Administrator r": turn, are requested.to tend to.the author
William Sebree and''Leon,C uritjes,-.and alto at-Nobile.lIe ,PcnMcola.May 27, Ift2 --13_-.St., ; Jg paper:: : containing these 'pr9pusa13thnt! I

may be found At his office next door PRIN''ING, KED NKNrnallb : he try know to whom he iiir4ebtcda3.: .
: ,v Manhal W.; F. below) the Post Office. Executed with detfwtch hit r at some/'future'time;he Utters binse1ci'be ". ,

.':' Penjujva;June. 1.G&1826."-'-16-3U '' Pchiacola, April 14tb 1826.-- .' < .. 0,91cc' ttles, for. sale. at the.,. j P4tUA.. shall J.have;.K.as.be ':.\hI ,J ..
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