Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: December 1, 1826
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
notis - AKP3155
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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f" of tht lai'a cfse bdt'cl StttC'l4u1ie I ject d. But it i T understood that th's Ar- their sjinl! have power! dfspoic o S shall extend to all kinds of.mer. :f requisitea, said vessel-jnay be detamettto' .

1lJ ", 'Jrrnttry of Florida.s tide does not include the constinpr trade j persoiinl goods' :within the 'jttrisdic\ ch-nvlis excepting those.only which are adjudged b.Y'Jle.competentr- tribunal, ; .

T1U -Yoir 5 of either Country, the r r-"lntion.ofwhicb j t'onofthe: other, by stle,. donation,.testa- distinguished by.the name of contraband_ anil may declared 'legal prize. Unless S

StEltl Ilalfyear: 3Unnrtrryear is reserved by tIe parties, respectively, mCl\t,,or otherwise &,their representative and umVr this n-iTie contraband,'or'rJroliibited I the said' defects shjill etIsJitd ni sup'plied -. .' (
according to their own being citizens of thV other pariSr Rl allsucceed 'goods-shall b '
1 50 separate: laws. < comprehended1st S by testimony entiietyequisa'eni.' 'S S
nhccktiOfl' payable in advance.AtiT : : 4RTCJLE 4th. to.
< >.RTinvs-Every '..advertisementUf They likewise agree, that whatever th wh.. ther by"take tpstament'or abintettato. oand t bund tt ,"'mukts, fiuees, ifte"l: It further xagrted."th t'l e; 'i-4ls" ..,

width of one column and measurinn I kintl or produce tTMnufHcture, or mer- y mav possesglon thereof,: eit 'her .carabines, pistols pikes, nwords brt"J. .dons, above .expressed, relative to e. _
twelve of this c %3ntli.c.. of by themselves) qr other A. ting fr' them knees 'Hpears halberfls'and gratiades"f and of '"e1) *
not more than lines any foreign comitry, can be, and ; visiting examination c'.s J tlLn S
I from ; d'spose of the same at their vll, .. ao.nhs powder, matches balls and all j ; '
firs insertion one dollar, each_ to time, lawfully Smp'orted into paying apnly only tJ! -thoS which sa l 'winoltt
vrtklr type. continuance fifty cents ; longer the United tates, in their own vessel H, the dues only a* the inhabitant of other things belonging to the use of these convoy ; and-n .aid".TCsselsshall be :

wider ones at the same rate. link may be also imported in vessels of the be country, wherein wid ttJl.r sluU arm? ; under eotivoy.tht' verbal.declaration,of the 4'

t nd *Lrk, double price for the Federation, cf the Centre of America '. subject to pay in like cases : _-\IJI.if.. 2dly.! Ruelclers helmets breast ptates eomrnanderjtof. convoy,'on Vt"V
and insertion.figure Advertisements will bt and that no higher or other duties ; I in would thu C3Se of real estate, t"e 'said heirs cnat< of: miiiI, :'nfrfntry belts I a.id clothes, ', hon r, fiat,the vessels under his Detection .'
upon -
frst of be presented from entering into aide up in'the form and for a military 'belong to the..n9.ti n wholc.eag"be. !
ttttrfully) displayed, according the the'Tonnftge the vessel, or her cargo, the -
I shall be posseMaioa of the inheritance, on account ih ; carries .and .when. bound to '
of them. and will be measured\ by&ttcroftL1S5Ze levied and collected, wht"t1Jerthe thy anenemy's :
"atuw of thrir character- aliens, there :| uiUy. belU and horses with that '.
ij pe. When inserted importation be made in vessels of the one shall Cavalry port. tty have, no .contra -. S
intervals (that i'*: not inserted every I Ivek country, or of the other And, in like be granted to them the term of llnee 'I tieir! furniture ; -' band goods: board. .shall be, sufficient.ARTICLR ., SS

It from the"fiist to the last insertion) manne-r, that whatever kind of pro'luco, years think to dispose of the same, as they may 4thly. And genprally, all kinds of ar'ns| 23d -
proper, 'antI withdraw the \ilul instruments ofiron steel brass atUliopper .
tjech inscition will be charged as a new : manufactures, or merchandise of any foreign without proceeds It is further ,agreed that in :dl eases S
mo rsta'ion.' and exempt i ; or of any other nwtffials .\rnou nts for be from the established courts, for prize cnuseff I
jdvt Ttiscment.- advertising country, can time to time, from all duties uf detraction
on the part of prepared: and fonnipd .
payable always on Demand. I lawfully jmpcrted intn the Central lie. the of the f: to expressJy in the country to which the prize may' be" '
government rcspeciivxj States.ARTICLE lr.:1ker by sea land.ARTIOLK "
(:f I iberal' contracts will bemaAe with public, in its own vessels] m\v be ao' riv- ? or conducted; shall alone, take cognisance of ;

ihose who wifchtoadxerliseby the year. I ported in'ell rI8. of the United States, 12f/> j(I. 11th.I them. Ana whenever such tribunal: of 5,"

Cr Communications: directed tov.. I and that no higher or ether duties, upon Both the contracting parties! promise' !I All other merchandise and things not either party shall pronouncev judgment ", -

llascll Hunt, Vost Master Pcniacula, I the tonnage of the vessel, or her eargo, and engage forojully. tu"ghf"il' specialprotcci comprehended in the articles of contra- I against any vessel or good or property -
shall n to tiii perbnps and propertof / i bund, explicitly enumerated and classified claimed the citizens of the othrr) .
be- duly J.ttendc'l to. I bejc\ieil and collected whether theimpnrtatior by party' :
*ii! ,
.6"--, .-... -. -. I be made in vessel* of the one the citizens of each other of all! occav l Uj above, sisal! be held and, consider the sentence or decree ah ill mention the S

I cnwnlry, or of the; oilier. And they firj j uionS. who !nay be in the tcrrtoics, ed as free, and subjects of free and lawful reasons or motives on which the. same -. _

\ i\ \j\\ TUVA'ri. I titer ngrcc, that whatever l h I sahject to the jurisdicton of ''he one ortht' I: commerce, so lli.it they may be'curried s'ial: have been fouaJcd,.and-an' atithc M .
.. 'ftllh'exror
may ( :iw
_.. -- (1tI1r ; llwenb and '
"- tl'a..seut tllt.rein transported in the freest "
t I d.! cr re.t" portt eI, faun the.ne -mm manner by ticated copy the sentence or decree, and -

.. &*.***: ttf'i *.-.'/.,,-* country, in it! own vessels, to xisy foreign leaxir.g optn ind free to them tlie tribu I both tbe contracting partiesj.even to places of all the proceedings i in the cise, shall, S .

,"*. -& '' .. ._\ .'TViisfc'. I country, m.-.y, in like main .r. :-\> : .'..' *;1'-...' xport on the same terms which! -usual those -
and only time
.*-- --I.5 .1-* .@if71jrfct ed, or ro-evported, in the \evjels! of the are pl.tcs are at that mander or agent of saul vessel .Wi.houl

-r ., .<*. .t Ir -*-V A.r f-** other country. And the *a-ne bounties, customary with the nttives: or-,jizena of bc/ieged; blockaded! ; and, to avoid all any delay, he paying the legal fees fop .
-v l ... the country in which the mavbc for doubt in thin particular it i'..eclard that the
--:;1i:: < 111r Ir :. : duties and drawbacks slull) be allowcTl' ) ; same.

>v.v ;:;;ii-v :.. :'.., ""|r- and collect1 whether such expTn-tallon, which they may employ, in defence of those places only are bc-sie'ged! or block ARTICLE 24h. -
': their lights such advocates solid tors l cl. which are
notaries actually attacked
o oy a Whenever of the
-. or re-exportation, be inhdein w-sscU of one parties -
-V b, ,.,-vV''tJ"'c 5 I agents and factors, as tfiey belligerent f ,cIJ)1ible of die
\ may shall t
:" r<:, thr United States, or of the Centra! Re- preventing be engaged 11I' vv n another
... : .Sj r- -
judge in ail
proper, thcirtria! at law and entry of the neutral.
t--a .ij\ -t u r'ktt public. ; State, no citizen of ttic: ottervitrictin:
d ? S -ucii citizcii5 or agents ahull lave free AItTIrLE 18t '. shall commission, o? letter .
> ?r ARTICLE 5!?,. .I party accept .
-.4. ':t-.P'. :, \ 'aaP No ()opportuiM to be present at \\fic decisums The articles of coMtiabaul: before enumerated of marque for the purpose of as.. sting or, ..
: higher or other duties shall be mi.
'\ and fentcnces of the
tribunals in 5
't r.. and chssifie!, which be co-operating hustileiy with the enemy ,
c/-o74''" rn&Tr posed (;ii the importation into the Ui ir d may
5w 1 J l ; alJ! cases which imy concern tJ:fm. andiikewibf so'
under thO
t ; I found: in a vessel bound for an enemy's against the party at war, .

.11.)t,L. r.r.I' p'll .. t l'Jl" <,./.. : States manufactures'of any of atides the FetleiHion, the produce of tlieCentre or at,Uie'lrikmg. 'if; all cxanjinatiuns 1[L poif, Hha1H ht' subject to detention 'and tile pain of being treated as a pirate -0'
and evidence cli be cxlibitcd
.J( t.1'. t :,: 1 At.: j America may iii : confiscation, lear.iu 'free the rest of tht- ARTICLE 25tu. '
1" 7Wl'V .* ff i/\y7''' aid no hjghtrvov other the said uia''.
ed-\ I' ditties ah Jill L be I cargo and! the ship, thaU'to owners nia>' If, by fatality which cannot .
Cj the
.. {j JSr 11" f.' imposed en iiuporta ARTICL& 1'':/,. .: any ,
of :as they ee <
a (lispose ttiem No
V >.:*'t>ts ton into the Federation of the Centre of v I proper. ) S expected, and whic God form : S
c t* & f*v A N It is
.f1 ." agrw-el, that tn?mst per- tesiiel )either of the two .nations shall: ,
.- -.." \,. "oF/;('..'."!. America, of any aiticles, tle produce ormarufuctiircs I I feet and es tir*; security uf uinbcicuce, I Ii be detained l on the high seas, 11I11 account ), the two contracting parties -
of the
'.' United St t.s. hin i i!:all be ChjU) ell, by the citi eja of both of havng or board arliclos t)fcontl'lblIhf, .)Ull be engaged in u ws> with
: rt or shall be, pt\'\ le on the: like art,.
( the co lit nit ting panics, sn he''\countries: whenever the inanier, capbtin, *r supercargo .tCh other they have atr-pd-atid: "5--,
--. -.- des, being the produce! or maun'acturf'3 .
--- -- I ill ii! jetl '0 the jurisdiction of th? one and of said vs eIs I will de-iver; up the do for then thittiii
of ,
ether now
foreign shnll agree, )
&ny ct.urtrj iu/r
nv ,1 UTJIQ)? ITY. I tjl i other, without their hc'ing table to bd'iibed arlicle or clmtr.lball to the captor, u.i-
n-.y higJ.cr: or other duti'-h, o r ch. 'f'i i>: 'i I e -ia-jll bt11 lowed "he crm oi
t THE PRr.P11>ENT OF TilE UNI- or m.'ilfstcd on ucco<:iit ot their t less the quantity of such articles be soI .
on' '
in cither of the-
imposed luo
c lmtr'It.
: s, tctij.ious belief so'lu and of bk; that 4 A months to the merchants re
FTP ST\TES. I :!-g a-s tluy rc.spcct great so large a theyi
th of artces! : I
: exportation to ti. United
lt 'f'ON. any I the Jaua and t stabl-tj! ;tjjes ofliu- i H.irf be received on board the CAptur- s' ling on the coasts and.:"in the ,
A yl'I.. States, or to the Teden-t'on. of tnc
of Country.% Morctrfr b-.tlcs: ofh: 'ts{ tthip without grt-.it inconvenience ; | iHH.12 of each other, and the term
Centre !
America elthan
V nrnFAS.a: General Conven- respcci. c4iz.ns of one lfthc conti-acnng: parties, \ but in th; and in all other caies of just of dwell in
such as are payable on the of ->n- to those who
ton nf Pt't.C", Ar,tiiy, donirrTce, I : cxpoitul'un uh;> may die i in the tcrrit; lituf tae- other, detention, the vessel detained shall he year
i the like articles, to any othir! fure'country ,u iliail: 'be uie interior, to arrange their business -
buried tfto
'irtweenMhe UNITED ta; u-u.il} burping saut to the neatest convenient and sate
and Xavijratif r, \ '. : nor shall any pruiuhHon: be iin. gruuudy, or I iu oilier (kci-.u 01 Mi'iU; '.)lepUceb port far trial and judgement, accordingto and tl'ansporttheir effects -
d the !
STATES OF 1IEIUCA posed on the exportation or importation of S
and shali be protected :ironiviuU. law.. wherever thty please, giving to
FEDERATION OF TUTS. CENTpfeOF ( any articles produce manufacture tion or uuturojiice'AnnciS ARTICLE 19ii.! conduct
th hc safe
and 1 of the United States, or of the Feilera- u necessaryfar
AMERICA, was ccnc.uJod s'gn- \\\th. And where .it that
; fal.'fnently happens suffix
tion of the Centre of America, to or from' i;, which may servo UH u. '
ed Washington, on the fifth day ; the Tcrritoru-s the United I'latci, or to It xhall be b.vful t'r the citizens of the vessels sail! fop a port or pac! belonging civni protect'on until tney arrive :.

of December in the year of our or from the Territor.es of tic: l'edl'l'utiOI1 United states \ii.eric4 and ;of the Fed-' to an enemy, without knowing that the The cit. .

L'-rd one thousand oishtrhundredand of the Cer.trc of A
Convrntirn -" not equally extend to all olurARTICLE :' \liJns. 'ith their hips, with ail n :: cr of'liberty it is agreed, th i every vessel so circumstanced izans. of all other occu;iiontf, :

tTFPr.iyfivevbich I $th. and security, no distinction being made miy: i he turned away from web vha may be established in the :

Iring in the English : ndSpanh'i !1 who arc the proprietor* of: live: nierctiaiidise I port or place, but shall'! not be detained, t rritoi'ies 'IT dominions uf the U*.
likewise; that it
It agreed shall be
lan is word forrord IS )i 'laden thereon, froai: : : tu the : r.ull! of her if
,Ugcs, IPY port, :i > any p:rt cargo, not con-
'I'I w'lotIy free for allincrch.-int COfl.ia- I rii'ed States and U"the F-'dera-
follows pUcciol those who: HIV no>v or IjercaftcrJ.al : ttalMnd, Ii e confiscated, unless, alter warning -
\ as : ers of <>hips,:mc} other dtlzlnuf both ] be at enmity v/ilii either uflhc Cull. of such.blockade orinvestment fron Lon of the Centre of Am-ric.1J 4
O11GINV\L. Com-. I counties, to manage, then.sehfs, their tra2tig: [> .riiijs. It Uall !iccwise! be Lw- thucuiiimanding; oHicer oft.ie; blockading I siall br respected and; rn-intain-
Covr'ntion fPtnce', dmity. business all tile : I
General { own ports am! pac f J ful J to. tlio cii.'zcn.s; alu'esaiJ to mil with forces site s'ull' ,
'end .\' Lfhcecn the Unifcil >, : again attempt to enter; i -d in the full enpy ej:. f the ; of
g-rltioll. to
trace subject jurisdiction each utlc: :. I
; the uu.i ,
i siilpi ruluridiso before mcn- OtLtSe. shall; be permitted to u to .
any :
and the Federationif 7
Sixtes fqnzerica. as well with! respect to the consignment : tiCh.nd personal liberty and property, unv
to trade with the a.inic liber- other port or place she hall Hunk
/ Crntiroftmericn.TLe awl sale of and mcrchnndsii : > their cor.urt! shall!
their good css particular
States An.ciica and thee1cratun tj i tjcunty from the places, ports, per. Nor shall any ves-tei 1 of either, that S
United by wholesale: or retail as with ivsj-jct : ami havens, of those who ate enemies oi S may have entered Into such pent before :jug' them I to l nrh it ': <111i1 ruC"

of the Centre <,r America the, to the loading, unloadir.g1) and: 'eidisif: : oil', but l or either r::l.t ;, without any opposition i. the sime was acliully besieged, blockaded tion, which, in c osid r n-alce firm ami permanent Uicir ships they being, in all thsc *
r'cjirinpto ; cr l ll.1rblIH'hlho \'er, no* only or invested, by the other, be restrttiir.ed .
;um.niy, in. ccntt.iit parties
and friendship which happily prevails esto he treatrd as citizen of tlie coua-
pence dlies t ltVjm the pLcus of the enem)', liom quitting sucli place"with her car- ,

hplweer. both nations; have rcsoheil ''try in which they reside, or at !Ie..st (o bepUccd before ncnti.iifd, to nuulral plaocs: but io, nor, if foui,.l therein, after the reduci egagtogtveths-t. S .

to fix, in a manner dear, "distinct,' and on a fo.'iting, with the ujKj-.c'.a us uli') Irani v.".., ph.cc btlup! iir.'" to an cue- I i ) and s.iKvudcr, >!h-kll such vessel ora'cC AHTICLE 26th. 5 S .

positive, the fl'lu whnh shall in futu'r citizens of the most favored nuticu.AJJTICLK r.j to .nctii.' r piaco: If U>''ijinj;' to an c,;2i7 i hi* \ he J'r.lilc to confiscation, bat Neither the ci-. btS due from individuals -
between the
observed one .'
ct' rergiouvly: : 7/// >y, wheiLcr they be U:1.l.r t'.ie! j.irlsUic-; tl.py.s'iall: be vestured tu the owners of the one nation 10 thsi -.
of Treaty, cr "
pnd other ireans A
<;cJfr.1 the l Convention, by of Peace, Friendship, The citizens ornc-iihcr'of the contracting tion of 411: power or uudcr everal!% thereof.: i idividuala of ihe) oiliernor shares, '
parties shrill be liable to any cnarjo ; And it j is hereby stipulated! that ficc J.iip ARTICLZ 20th. :
th ha\e
and ; nor which trn y
L"cr.n Navigation. moneys,
: rjce
nor he detained l with tht'.r'cst}*, khallJiJ: givctrccduai to guutU, and that .
Iu all kind of disorder
I'iith de irAble object the Prcident ocr to prevent runt! in or :
i' mnst n public ? nor pubhc I
: .
United States of America cargoes, merchandize, or -HVcts, for any every tui-: .' hliall be deemed iu be fiec iu ihe viiiiintj and examination of the:

has: Conferred(;the HEXUT CLXY, military expedition, nor for a''v public or and 'exempt; ; which bha.l be found onboard ships: aud cargoes of both the coatrct. private banks, hall c-vrrt tn. any .I.I'ent

their of po\t'cuon State and the I x'cu. private pill'pose whatever, without allowing the Irps belonging tu the citizens ing part.e on the hign seai, they! of war, or of national, differbe 5
Secretary ; to these interested a BulEclcnt iiiueni- uf either of the contracting parties, al-! conihcaitd !
tie* power of the Federation of the Ccn.tre have agreed, mutually, tlut whenever a -S be scquesltrcd

AmrricA*, on Asrosto JOSE CANAS, inhesion. thou,'i the whole! l.ldingOl uny part ves4 *l of war, public or private, shall ARTICLE 27th. S

of tlie Constituent National Asfcenbly -. ARTICLE 8fA.Whenever l lll'l'or, siiouiil appertain to tile eiicnuei meet with neutral of the other contract- Both .
Deputy the contraciing -
for the Province of San fa'yador, the citizens of either of the I of fiiiicr, lOiili.ibaiKl goods being alwa) ij ing party, the fini shall remain out of ; parties
be forced seek rxcc-pied. It i it ul-iO agreed, iu like nunuer betng desirous of- "v'Jidaogall inequality *
ard : Kxtrnordiuaiy and Minister contracting parties shall to I cannon Ahot aid inn} send its btrat with .

ricnipoten\ur-llnvoy that Uepublir, near.the refuge or :,\vluni in the nycr*, ba\b, : ; Uiav! the aaine liberty be extended two or three men only, in order to execute in relation.to .heir. public .
':,.Utd States, who nftt'( I' IUl\'jng vxcliai) );> portsor dominions, of the other with to l ptTaons who uiv, on bu'd a 'I ret ship, the laid\ cxainiualion of the papers .jmmunica'lion* and vlficul' intercourse -

oJ ll.eir tftij\ lull poucis in due and pro- their vessels \vhethtr merchant or of wai, uitti tin* AciK'Ct, that uitliot' ,ii they be concerning the ownership and cargo of have agreetl and do agrec '

rn form, ha\e agvtcU to the i iollowing.Artict public or pn?*e, tin oujjli stress of weather onenjirs tu bota cr c.tlter P-'Hj', :.iey ue the vessel, without causing lie least extortion 10 grant to the Envoys. Miuisters .

pursuit of pirates; oeiuiruts, Jl.tybhal nut to Ge; taken out ofh3t free! ship, iinktis violence, or ill treatment, for vhclithe .
5: | be received and treated wIth
.4f>T2CLE 1st.sliHil ., njanity, giving to th-m all favor and protection the actual 1 service of the encines ; provided haU be responsible with their person the .same favour-, immunities anti -

'rJlcr be a perfect, firm, and in- for repairing their bhips, procuriDg !hovc\cr, and it i is hereby agreed}, 'and: property ; far wliicli purpose the exemptions, whicn those. :of the _

\'ioab1e peace and sincere friendship be. provisions and placing itieujselve1! in tlut) the npul'itiou .11 tilts article) contained commander of saJ: privute. armed .vessels most favored nation do ''or .. .shalleiij .

lwinth- UiilcclStiilcsof: Ati.erica and situation to continue their \"uyage\\tU1Uut declaring that U\e flag' shall cover shail I. befocereccivingtheir coininlsiionp. tnatwiiat .

tltt Ft-dc-ration of the Centre of America, obstacle or hindrince of any kind. the property, shall! be understood as applying give Milficiei'ecurity to answer for. all })y ; it being understood ..

in IlJ|] the extvrtof their possessions and ARTICLE 9th. to tnustf Powers only \ho) recogniao the damageicy nuy commit. And, jl is "vcr favorsf i;.uuif"or, S

tt'J Titories; and between their IVcple and All lie ships' zc.lsiiJize and effects, I this piiitciple ; but if either of tnc expresssly agreed that the neutral paity ,privilege.3. ib," .UnitedStates -ofmerica .

CltlZtli.lre pccln d I*\ ,without distinction to.ttie citizens of one of th(. two coimvictiug ;pai ties shall be al v/ar J::.aJl in no case be required to go' onboard \ or the F<;d.rdfiM&. .=.*cCt '

f persons or places.! contracting belonging rlteto, which may be cap- with ailurd, auu the other neutral, the examining vessels,for the purpose nreof: 'iericu, jisay .fru itpropvr .. :

/l/.TICLE 2d. p whether within th". limits ri.l! ofthc iitutral *luil cover t1t.| property of exhibiting her papcrs, or fr any other AltnT&tcru lOt ''
hired by pirate, to the .
give S
the of the enemies whose acknowledgu .
Tie United Statesof America, and the high sea, governuicnl purpose !v hut ever.AKTICLK .
3ectt: ration otthe Ccntie of America, dp.HMR'lolucin and of jurisdiction be carried or or found on in the rivers, this principle, and nut ofothers. 2 ht. Pt&bhc-Ag of day ouier j>o rer S

peace and harmony with loads nuy or dominions, of the o. To avoid all kind vexation and abuse ,-saail by' Ihe slSml' act, be ex.* -

;ll the: other nations uf the earth, by ,ther,shaH, bays be port Jelivured up to.llm uwnctv, ARTiCLE 15th.It in the cxarnim1t1iioft1me'papers, relating :trndd .to those of rach of the, CQQtrading S '

nfUl, tt .a policy frank and equally they proving, ilL due and projjcr; !form, i is likewise agreed, that, in the case to the im rill1v..onhe vessels, belonging j Ito parties. "J". ,, SS

tet.Uh I with all, cujptce mutually not to their rights, before the competent! tribunals whrrc uie neutral flog *.' one uf the contractinj the cit'uen s,of! the two, contracting par- An5-TIOLE2CZh. f '. _
!t"1a.\ uny particulfir Uvor4to other nations, ; it being well understood that the pjn-iif shall protect the property -, 'its theyjiave agreed,'ami du agree, that To make more effectual thepro* -;

S 10 hpct ofcJnimerccand navigation claim should be made within the term of of the eJieniies .of the oUerb) > .virtue ;crease one of Uiem should be 'engaged S

\bcb bl.11 not unniediutely become comttnhe one by the parties th.eInSClbe., their gf the above: slipulution, it -shall! alwaysoe in war the ships aiul vessel belonging to tection which the, Gruled.Stalesand. -

1n011 other party, Wilt) shall enjoy attotneys year or ,agents of the respecthegovernments. understood tttat the ueutral pft>peri '(lie citizens of the other l1\ult'be furnished the Federatinn of ihe "Centre ; :

the ft'l 6untr, freely, if the concession was found on board such enemy1 vessels 'sea-letters or passports, express-i i.in3 America_ shall] ffo'rd in;'.'future S ., .

} n.jide, ct on allowing'' the same AfttlCLK 10M. shall beheld and considered as ell-my' the name, property vend bulk of the to tne" navigation and commerca S
"penuucn if the concekuon was,cottctioimU also the name.and place.of .ha'-! ,
ibalf"bcft\ to ship, us 5
i such
citizens property, as of na.or .cash .
When any vewel belonging the such ; tat on of the master or commander of said the., : .oPt.eth Y :

JljtTZCLE Sd. of either of the contracting panie> detention and was confi onboard cationeZCept such vessel vessel,"in order that it may 'thereby' 'ap agree' to''receive. :_anil ,admit .: Con. :. : -''

Ti'e two high coutructing parties, be. shall be wrecked, foundered) or shall within iuf- property before the declaration put of war, or even afterwards pear bat the', *hip really .and truly !.be. suit _and Vice* Consuls inalt-ihe: -. r

JnK 'keuisc denrbuu of placm|;,the com1trcc fer any:damage on the other coasts there, or bball be if it were 6bne; without the longs tothecitzeiu_ of one of the parties; ports peo: "fomga; commerce, :
of the .
and navigation of their respectiveuitne thettorn'iiuOtiS assUtuncc and knowledge ont ; but:the contracting par- tliey have likewisegreed, .tiiut.. such 'who.biin enjoy".in itiern..ail -l -,,,
all protee '
un tile liberal batU of perfectS gin tq them, which is usual tics agreetht two ninths baing.eb1J chips! being lad en besideIth said sea-let* hr8prerogaiives and, imm UtIJJ" .

t.1-1'1) a n d rcciPl'o'city.utujlll1 greeeitlzcn8 lion, in the wme manner ed 'after the declaration: ,.their citizens teN 'or pabsports.shall also! be providedwith r
vewela of the nation VtceCn.
U4 u. andcustoman with the certifiutej. u birl1ing the several liesr of the'. -Consuls
; of'each nwy, tre.qUcnttht aJ thereof. Uu the _
shall not plead ignorance
.II lLre5the-damage happen?,, permitting l of the. : andthe-placewhencxTlhe tif- nrpsl\ edcbicli ntiu ; .-
coasts iud countries s4h'e| other, if.the 3gur.be-neutral does particulars trgo, sujs ihe \1foayi : .: .
it Lcciilwry, I
\"<,l the to unload the sid vessel, thai hip.sailed, so thAt it may _he .ho .cJt .
'kind ; _
11 t1udc: and trade'theft,.in all (It mvrchandize.nd ef ( not, :protect! the eneul)' :\properly. coniractinjj giMyj:
: of u, known-whe h (anyfbrbidden:or, contra .
aic the 5-
roerchandjse >
l1ce.rnanufactures, anrfmerclundjso, necessary case the goods and : reinafning" libtfty rto .except .
itd'.tht" Ihall bil privi- it c.t,, without exacting lorn any embarked twh'shall 'C.r'.llbips band goods on ,board/the'sarpe r which} i ._
enjoy: tbeirightt; wbuteCIW1tUrttJj neutral, ** 1 thoseorra>and :places. iawliiciI'
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, 1 ,.,. t11 iJiniuron and! rcsldcnceolauch ;T" injutiet or dam.age;, ....'verified- by In this jundurei Capt. Johnson, not to no receive' cold. and blood_ .thirsty. ? Congressional Document.Extract :
Emeltne r
1 and. demanded of the_ wrecking vessel, robber .Don
Consuls:may; not sects con competent Isabella villain ; and though a *f rum the'rcvli ed
the rehortf
and satisfaction, and .the came at signals from .the noble -
,'cnient.if justice Xucar feels that
de .
.. took her to IheGulfStrearii. Manuel the Board of &igmfera, 01 :kedefence
shall have been either refused lightened her and of his Illustrious -
ARTICLE 49th.a .. same chivalrous blood '
and Beard
of xe
The Court will not Ma 'b
In order that the Consuls and I o'r unreasonably delayed. ancestors still runs pure <
': Vice Consuls of the twd'+&nlract. 4thly., Nothing in this 'Treaty: allow CaP( Bisiel's claim-,-as hi. rein" After this. 24, 1826.
: uth of the
through "From ape n Chrsa.
the rights, contained shall, however, be coo- Capt. Muni made no contract enthusIasmThICh
parties mayenjpjf of
salvor. sudden burst to Cape Hav eras, there
former with him either pilot or peake occurs
., erogalives, Muna being on Rosmell no inlet navigabl- :sea
their public and existing Public Treaties The wspowient going
them by Xucar conn
: belong! to in him, Captain therefore
States. oath and standing like a defendant vessels! and we seed
with otber Sovereigns or ,
shall entering -
i character, they cooler and more dispassionate
The enTreat; of Peace, in equity, is to be believed nued at once to the
on the exercise of uncl' pr I will take no re.
,, Commerce and Navigation except his Iy rd be disproved tone ; Southern Section of the Atlantic C."':.
tions exhibit their commission or Amity, for
be approved and ratified He says th&Captain; B. acted as ftl al. Fly instantly! inquire This co"tis invuftaijly (io"',
in due the New
form0 govern
:1 patent, --street,
: whicu accredited ; by the I1 resident of the United : agent for the pretended pilots Yet Signior Padro. and for the greater P art 54 t .y,
;; mrnt lo they are him this note,
Sc having obtained thrir exequatur, States of America, by and with the court Vill not restrict his Orleans ; present much resembling that from; Cape
call -
shall beheld and considered the 'advice and consent: of the Sen- claim to that of the freight of the and you can no longer yourself Hatteras to Montaug point A

as they such, by all the authorities, magistrtites ate thereof, and by the .Govern. goods he took outl.' but allowed him i'I poor." Rosmell,Xucar.for a after moment ridge of sand, occasionally. interrupted

and, inhabitants, in the ment of the Federation of the Cen- $500 for partly lightening the ship hesitated, but by the ,alluvion of the rivers,

'. .t Gonauli district in which they] tre of America, and the ratifications -' iwo.several times, aDd recovering.I clasping him to his arms, disappeared extends throughout its whole

reside. shall he exchanged in. the one-of her anchors ; taking it out and Rosmeli, mounting length : this ridge lies in certain

... ARTICLE 30th. City of Guatemala, within eightj'monlhs of the amount to be allowed to his swift-footed steed, was soon portions on the main land, while in
j' It i* likewise agreed, that the< from the date of the signature Capt. Johnson, whose labor was out of the reach of pursuit.visited- others it is divided 'herefrom by

.1 Consul, their Secretaries,Officers, hereof, or sooner if .possi reduced by it. 'arrivedP.tdro' in New Orleans, basins or sounds o" varying width
and received an and and is cut in.o islands
and attached to the*:rvice< ble. depth,
r persons 'N xtyith regard to Capt. John visited :
i of Having '
chanm-lb of
i. of Consuls, they not being citizen) In faith whereof, we, the 'Plenipotentiaries mm's claim, the Court remark, Churchill money.he related his adventures I by numerous greater
Consul of the United o" less dfpin, conneclirg !brie interior -
in which the
1 of the
country that in order to fix on some prigci13le nis debt, he
and discharging
j ,,1- resides, shall be exempt from all States of America and of the' which shall introduce more waters with the scWhrre..
public service, and also from 6111 l) Federation of the Centre of of joyfully went on board the steamboat ever this ridge is brokrn, i" ;pUco.
into cases
: uniformity admiralty )
v waft him his
ft ftJ coniri and which was to to is supplied by low and ..; ri
kind! of taxes, impost, and :America, have signed tVis description, to encourge exertions y
,1 butions,. except those which they 4 scaled, these present for the saving of property native state. grounds, bordering the prig cipal

,. shall be obliged to pay-on account Done in the City of Washington 01 the one hand, and to discoura The cheering beams of the sun and the many lesser outlets of the

of commerce, or their property, to on the fifth day of December exhorbitant demands, on the \y; re just tinging the hills adjoinin rivers.

which the citizens and inhabitants,, i in the year of our other. Salvors may be divided g abh'illeyith a rut>y brightnes The nature of the country tnrrugh

D.&ti"e and foreign, of the country i Lord one thousand cigh: hun- iujb three classes. The 1st includes when Anna Staiiville and which the river* of this cons* flow,

t in which they reside are subject, dred and twenty five, in the these who risk.lives, and pronerly Mary IK'Iclair were enjoying the after leaving the mountains, is

; being in everything besides subject fiftieth year of the Indepen- for the rescue of lives & property ; morning air near the, lower ferry. such, that the banks being easily:

lo the laws of the respective dence of the United States ot 2nd hose who with great labor "Alas!" cried Mary, "I fear tha abraded by the current, the waters

States. The archives and papers America, and the fifth of that save property abandoned by its he will never return.- My heart are always turbid and are continually -

of the Consulate shall DC respected ( of the Federation of the Cen owners and the ,3rd those who mitgh"c.n1e.. Perhaps in despair, ) transporting new supplies

inviolably, and undergo pretext ,' tre of America in duplicate. save lives or properlY with little he has joined the Patriots of South for the formation of alluvion, and

whatever shall any magistrate FJ s.] II. Clay. labor or risk. Perhaps a four? n America, and perished in battle. the maintenance of extensive submarine

seize, or in any way interfere will [L. s.] Antonio Jose Canas. class should be admitted to comprehend The idea is dreadful.5'In those banks, shoals, and b
1 them. And whereas the said Convention ihe wreckers. the Flo- days, the cautious steam-boat that these last do not rapidly increase -

, f The said ARTICLE Consuls 31st.shall have has been duly ratified on both rida coast, vho equip vessels for dreaded_ the navigation of the flowing to the force of the

I ; to require the assistance of parts, and the respective ratifications the eXtJrespurpoie of saving\ v s Cumberland and keelboats were current, the action of the sa, and

i. power the authorities of the country for of the same were exchangedat ..nd property. Th.. Court do not I chiefly use: for this purpose. At the mobility of the paris of

and Guatemala, on the second day of fee perfectly) satisfied with this this moment a keel winch had matters. It is to this cause, viz :
the arrest, delTTTlion, custody
i of deserters from the public and August, one thousand eight hundred general deribisn; but think beer *- long been toiling up the rivcr,,a the wearing away of the shoes of

i= private vessels of their country, & and twnty six by John Williams ? than none. approaching.tie shore.-Upon the I the rivers, that is to be attributed
;. d'AtTaires of the. beheld the well krowi the of harbors nis
shall address Charge haai Mary want on : coastutobstrucped ,
for that they The respondent insists thatJohnson's
t't the Government form of ROsmell and, waving her I oars ..
United Slates near by and which
themselves to the courts, judges,, services were rendered
.r, f and shall of the Federation of the Cen. handkerchief, he leaped ,into a canoe as a coast, particularly distinguishes
and officers competent, as a pilot und not a salvor. But I
t IJ demand the said deserters in wri- ire of America: and Pedro Gonzalez he has no branch although often and was quickly in Mary this and the Gulf of Mexico -

f exhibition oi Chief officer of the Department, arms. "My dear Vary:* exclaimed frontier, (where similar opera
ting, proving by an eels as a pilot. He is a wrecker :
t; ?: the registers of the vessels or of State, Despatch, War, and Marine his two vessels cost him $10,000, he, I have a long tal? fo tell tions have been going on} from the

r roll, or other public docuship's Secretary of Legation cf the and the business is very hazardous you. I have been prosperous, more .Northern and Eastern por--..
of Central America, near and wealth rheans con-
Republic my is by no tions.
f menu!, that those men were part and uucerUiu. He does not come
t of the said crews ; and, on this_del the Government of South America, under the first class. The IsabelIsi's temptible. Your father shall noon The Board have not examined f

I; rna1d! .50 proved, (savinghoviever, on the part of their respective condition is represented in a that" arc. '.un* objeci-to" our mar the coast of East Florida ; iheir

ttbere the contrary is proved,) Gov f'rnmeots. contradictory manner by witnesses. nage. And I, repliedtary, description, ihereforeof*:e South'
I. Now therefore be it known I 44 have tale to tell The
a long you.
shall be
the delivery net She aid her cargo were worth f"J n coast, will -extend nO farther
t arrested that I John Quincy Adams, Presi- man for whom your father went ,
deserters ,
Such she
t r. $84.OCO.---It is probable than Amelia Island or mouii orS
t 'a: shall be put at the disposal of th; dent of the United States, have could not hAve. been insured fur security, and who had absconded, ). Mary's, while that of the Cult

said Consuls,..and may be put iiipublic caused the said Convention to be t forty eight hours for a premium has returned with an ample fortune of Mexico frontier will beginatPeusacola.
made public, to the end that the and parent's estate is
and your
t prisons, at the request far exceeding what the Court awarded .
of those whop reclaim same, and every clause and am- not in jeopardy. But do not flat-
.< expense I I -88500. That part of the Southern Coast
;, { them, lobeTsenito the ships 'to ticle thereof f, may be observed and ter yourselfwih my father's cou- which extends from St.Iary'i to-
.1 others fulfilled with good faith by the The conduct of wreckers is sent. 1 am afraid that it will be
\t -which they belonged, or to I the Southern extremity of East
,\ nation. But if they United Slates, and the citizens spoken of as very reprehensible in difficult 10 obtain."- But :\Iar, "
; of the same Florida, is said not to possess a.
thereof.In. some respects ; but it is nectssary u'tered Rosmell, "I hope w.llI
back within two months, I you
; h; not sent single harbor for common mer
: M. to be counted from the day of their witness whereof, I have that they should not be obligedto not b,- so obsiinat witn respect ttalerna < chantmen."

arrest, they shall be set at liberty, hereunto set my hand, and caused I give up their business as it.i!is. ohrdience, when you find 4i This brings us to the
J be arrested forAirnrit5nil. the Seal of the United States to on the whole of eminent 1m pdr- ur father en'irrly disregard
and shall no more Gulf of Mexico Frontier

:ft' the .an COluse. he amx.cc-: tance., yyar b.1ppiness.-\ly ideas are The resemblance! of this ptmionr
." Done at the City of Washington .. tne same as ever," replied she
of the Ci..ayt, :o that which we have
1. ..; For the purpose of more eflfe cJ. this twcnty-eighth day of October From the .Va AvifefAij anJ B nrtr. 1'7 none but you will I be united denominated theSoaihern Section, .

t protecting their commerce in the year of our Lord one but tny fa,her's consent is n.ces- I
J. tualy The'ruillit.. is striking : and has already been
..:1 and n.-, i Batton, the two contractingparlies thousand eight hundred and sary: to that." "\SMl, well," said mentioned \Ve in facrt:- .

it do hereby agree. as soon twenty-six, and of the Independence CHAPTER V Rosmell we will attend :o ihat.-Ii fer to the description may we nave given -

. :t'' hereafter as circumstances will 1 of \he United States the Breathes there a mm.ith soul so dead* the mean time, I will return to the of principal features of the

f permit them, to form a Consular. fift}-'first. Who never to himself huth said, t boat to take care of my b.gtjage.JHe latter as a,true delineation or! this
.t' Convention, which shall declarespecially JOHN QUINCY ADAMS.By This i it my own, my native land !- did so and tu ladies bore the ,
: \\hose heart has ne'er within him burn'd in respect to the relation of the
and immunities the President : t joyful news of his arrival to Stan
: the powers .\, honn his footsteps: he lulh turn'J i Coast with the intenoV. There is,
t":I (1 t of the Consuls and Vice Con. H. CLAY, Troin wandering on & lorei;;n strand ? ville, who immediately went down! I however, the greatest difference
buts of the respecihe pariiei.AHTICLC Secretary of State. Scott. :o welcome his friend. Rosmell
) r between these two features of the
ti,< : 33rJ. ((1 he Sjianish tofiy of the foregoing consented that Stanville should '
f iF.t The United States _ofmer1ca I Treaty will afifitar in our ,A few weeks brought me to wait on Mr.Belclair with whom maritime frontier For, while in

u1: and the Federation of the Centre next. ) New Orleans, and I called upon ; he had become friendly, to inform 1 the case we are now to nsider,

'. make Churchill, i wealthy mrrchanto about eight-tenths of the whole
ol America, desiring to as : him of R'ismell8>> return and soli-
'14I durable as circumstances will permit ; \.l C L 1.1J.\N'i. whom I had been strongly re. tit, in his behalf, ,fur his daughter. I territory of the United States, ii,
commended. He treated with intone sense, tributary to the Coast,
which be me i
;t the relations are to III i When S'.anville opened the subject -
ti established between She two par I., \Ve copy from the New-York i the utmost kindness, and, learning to Belclatr, he was much die ;in the other not more than one-

tits, by virtue of this Treaty, orI I Daily Advertiser the following I my situation, became xftuch inie I pleased : *? Sir," said Stanville, tenth, is connected with. the seaboard .

General Convention of PeaceAmity sammary of the Decision -pronounced i tested in my favor. In a few days, u further refusal is useless. You by any natural .

i Com-nerce, and Navigation,, by the Hon. Judge Lee, of he came to me, a flush of benevolence ," can only render y-ur daughter I This fact, which goes to show

4" have declared solemnly, and do agree Charleston, S, C. in the case of diffused over his intelligent happy. She h resolved to marry t the very deep interestwhicn a large
, '. the British ship Isabella, grounded features : "A qf proportion of the and the
t', to the following points: company young none but Rosmell, and her dina- People
U t 1st. The present 'reitbal1 on the llorida: Heef. The suit men,0 said he, are preparing to lion cannot be forced.. Bclclaii Government have in the securityof

i. remain in full force and virtue for was brought by J.V'. Johnson journey westward, on a trading finally consented lo their nuptial: this fror.iieris related others,

1-i the term of twelve years, to be and others, on a claim for salvage. expedition with the Indian If you I when he discovered that Rosmellhad which hardly have an alternativeas

ex4 The Isabella, on her voyage will undertake the disposal of the a fortune independent of his to the mode cf attaining that see

. change of the ratifications, ,in all from Jamaica to Glass.gtiw, was o\\d which I intend purchasing, father. This joyful intelligence curu). '
the idating to Commerce found aground on a part of the half the p:-o6ts shall be yours/ From
!' parts was communicated to the youth- the relative geographical
. t and Navigation and in all those Floridavtteef, called the Aligator, 1 could not sufficiently admire and Cul lovers, wno now saw a speed position of the Coast, and the country

parts which relate to peace and on the 26th of August Ust. The thank him for his aisinterested ge- termination of their persecutor interested in its sajely : from
M it shall' be of the wrecking vessel U- nerosity. I received the merchandise -
;t: friendship, permanently .and misfortunes. A day was appointed the unhealthiness of its climate,
: and perpetually binding on nited States discovered, her from and wih my companions, for the solemnization ol the nature of the adjacent country
;; both Key Tavernier IS miles off, and proceeded on the expedition, with:
:r powers. the marriage, and the numerous hr mixed character.and diversity
: 2ndly. If any one or mote of set sail and reached her abiiut! 9 the joyful prospect of a speed; I guests drank prosperity( to the happy of interests of its inhabitants ; itwiU
r f the citizens of either party shall o'clock. Two men in a canoe and prosperous return lo Mary
I pair in over-flawing bowls qj be long, if ever, before that
I infringe any of the articles of this had already boarded her"ho i and to hom Ot that I had not \ d tra. Rosmrll did not undertake portion of the population within

C. Treaty, such citizen shall be held pretended( to be pilots, and agreed, : done so He must now doubt my
the of
.Jt'! f. practice the U\v, but su I'portingdistlllce, whose welfare
personally responsible for he with Captain: Munn, to relieve her i honesty, and thinks me guiuy of the with I
t lovely partner, retired a nay endanger by an enemy,
same, and the harmony and gnod for 4 1500. TheYhad: intended to blackest: ingratitude. Thr rest ol hort distance! in the country will b: competent of itself to sus

. correspondence between the two: ,get her off at high water, but my history is known to,,you :: here hr.enJ'oysevery bliss which lain the assaults of an exterior foe,

Y \ nations shall not be interrupted : were disappointed and.- when Being ft few miles behind mycompanions rural retirements undisturbed and at the time the
t thereby ; each party engaging in Capt. Bissell :of the U. States arrived I was taken prisnnn b by same suppress
carat can ShDlest with scrrrl jnerfctcs of a note powerful and
k. no way to protect the offender, or I contracted:: with him to cooperate : by ynurtroop. Your urnvU' interference l beauteous children the vindictive within. Upon
j \ sanction sash violation. for $1000, They had tak- : saved me from death, but very enemy
'I ( of their
type he
Atlantic the
parents 1 they desirt teaboard Alleg-
3dl If(which, indeed, cannot enjcharge, ,of the Isabella. She was I urn forced to lead the horrid lifeof
> lot the
trausiiory pleasure of the banks crowd the people upon
t lie expected ) unfortunately any of soon lightened, and got afloat ; a robber.- Do you then wonder duUt1H1\ItU1 of the he
townltastnell surround
: the articles contained in the prevent but she arttr""ardlouch d, and at my unhappiness ?" He rnded coasted every

j Treaty shall be violated ort then grounded within the reef on his I"d
infringed in any other way whatever a low shore which would have Xucar: mjsinRtaidt} "Indeed, his search after Captain Xucar and mort; dense population ;
been dangerous if the wind had I do But shall hut he he Ocean, and the inlcrior parallel
it is expressly stipulated, very jot. my friendyou joined his countrymen: a: ,
t that neither of the, contracting increased.-The U. States was filled see her again. It is not right thb Rh"u"Kf the revolution: navigation, enable even the ex-
authorize with her but the that should be detained in "as U''t\\\itiea to aflord, mutually, support
order or
parties will; any cargo, you promoted a distill uishtc. while the
t' declare would not float and here in the this gloomy wilderness, whtn such 'U8tl and protection :
acts of reprisal,nor war against ; \ government, under the nnVvtti weak
{ of of the Court Di,. chainvbind to ..ociV..hh fp rdt'r Coast of the although
r the otXer'on complaints opinion Capt. you .' thing*, ever was a Urmrlcnd
i; 1.t ..' injuries' or_ 'damages, until! the sell's contract entirely tiled!, and has no charms for me, I will uf lib n1, and was finally in iucll, and,remote from succor its

f said party, considering itself of- all claims were nullified at hit place you in such a situation that wit una ab... jealous tyrant lte torn behind, is shut out, by

fended,shall first hate presented schooner and the boali abandoned Uelctatr shall not object,to'you on bias. ,peculiar situation and itsdisiance,
I f Ui.tu otbtr a I\&taeQt .J ;tch. Avg.jSOlh.. account of your poverty Scruple' 31 AVID tt6,\1I tU1\ t t rom;u ;,every hope of lateral awn1

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,I6n. t'ierejre. wWcti t nd1.ltfltl' }i -9. regaras sccn ty and hitercom.munication .'. hIe portion v"

: sUv, of an organized,,. : and should be 2f thc 6tnmuitt. .
Ji the nece surveyed I&dled on a cross extmiM
ir careullv. Ye on and when '
1e1 c nent and timely system of fe- with a view.to these objects.! : no doubt that ibis Will| !f the counsel findit expedient divert the ...., ROFil'JCTt1.OTTHE .$ .-. ,,
a .
be '
1 the
a rer for the'whole seaboard of the Uni. K I. case. It has been! ii* fact attention i of the jury from'the guilt of "' .

ft.t; 5ttec t (come nfwhic of:' were this ad vane-.) r m (!jJ1aA8 In every instance thai we :recolIII1 Jneir clients,The.witnesses are. calulnnia _' 0 \1accni:TgftS. -:' i
the co-nI1\11'"ement! J ,r ;*hefl a man has ben ch Jed and abused are r t11nd.. This ii n*i. ., lVzBKLr'P"PICR '
C" force cngcd I
with peculnr: ; / *her ju iandshould be 0
manly nor checked.
this P\ltion
t() FRIDAY, DliCEMBEH I and has I
,pT'1' 1826.. refused the Uvita- ,Printed
J\! .:';f we consider its comparativeconnexion - We are glad to, see a commencement olrrform at l/oVm, Ga.E4tJHE j

cspeci1 ferMenl's in uiUiitscomparaJsLandlhe I r.rit san8/ieur. i j,|l.ont of to his expose his own life or\ take m- the case above referred to ; local %Advantages the town of ''-1

imj1ortlUCl" c:: j-__ blood.thir.ty adfef.ary; -N. T. Paper.'For Macon,as an emporium for Literature

ti'"I1l'illtrrf'fting11(1 Vthl points! of them the For the (fi.st"ioC': ; since'we Commenced Duelling is said, by those wio adi -=- the AS well as Commerce,--situated a" it 1

mode of guarding publishing! the Gazette, we have to Yocat.e It, to promote good in an- Pouacofo Gazette. is, almost in the very centre of the Ste ;

J\\ be pointed out as we: proceed. apologise for its irregularity ; suffice it fliers in the wher SONG.' at the head! of Navigation oh a be-mtiful
lUt community it is
1thal: already been oWrvcd no to say that CirCilm..tHncea beyond on:' practised. We < 0 Air Those evening bells, those evening river; in the heart of a new, fertile and .. 11

,lamination, had been made, by the Hoard, contr.il have caused it. Our will are willing the belh. MOORU. healthy country;-were among the in. ., ,
show between the Southern ex-. be publishe'l on }1ridaof next weekend question should be settled bj this Those beauteous flowers-those beauteous ducements that led to the proposed un .

4/ Sv of East Florida and Pe.mcola..Lrr'areJicAvver .. the week following it will test Wepre not apprehensive flowers dertaking. 0 1
shore anctin appear as usual ,
.'! alontrth.s on Thursday. that it would be decided.,againsi Just freshly kissed by Summer's showers, The rapid:strides this infant settlement ,

the Florida Reef several harbors which those purts of the country whereit Now. brightly bloom, iff rich array, ,. has made in the Uorl space or four i
ceSCTVC! to be accurately surveyed. Treaty with Central does I As thb they ne'er would fade away. years ; the importance in a commercial
of the coast. as'S'lat America. not exist. T hci
of this part e are two "I point of view it IUA already acquit eilr j
the Itct !Ale Cif''he pens Our readers will find in this modes of Those the '
: on paper preventing duelling beauteous flowers, those beauteous attention the interest, it every where

? U I- elf n! nda, and that along Georgiatle the English version of the Treaty One is to execute the laws faithfully flowers, excite!; the tide of business, capital, of '.1.
:\ tl-e Carolines, accompanied by plans 1 between the United States and the ; and the other to render duel Ala. to think a few short hours, talent, so rapidly flowing there ; already

;I t1tfl't\Ct', must be the subjects of future Federation of the Centre of America lists infamous in Society. A few Will rob thensofthejr fragrant worth, direct the public mind to the high destiny ; J
ts.J'e And ahlttieir sweetness droop toe: rth. which awaits it.
repal sjro1" Jay.-The upper arms of i i the Suanish will appear in executions at the gallows would Though there is already one neatly .

considerable bay receve: the Yellow--1 our rect. This document occu- answer the purpose. The next Oh, like these flowers, the heart the soon printed paper in Macon, yet the peculiar "

LVmrI'e.1 Hiver, MuUi.Mver.and Lv nies so much space that we have best measure would be, to thu; May wither in'its brightest noon, I situation of the tim -the increasing business ;

::niia Hiver ; If t1') :\ rS ot which iut little roam for them out of all respectable soci And all the bliss, 'fond love could give, i of the place, the,intelligence, the .
intetl"'kil ,y'1h hrtnr.h's of'tle original mat- Taus die, when hope just bids it "live public spirit of the community-the increasing ,
J J3tteT, 1 ,OOCh 1 I'AllbaT'3 te I'T. ety. K. population, wealth and
and the ('hati m Ic importance i
-, ------ I of this section of .. .. '
{ whereby, at some future day, -- -- --- z= State call 1

rtnals|iecses ma,' convcv a part of the products Defence of the Sea 9arr/--We extract C"C \' \.J. :23":: To Poets.-A premium of Ten I loudly for the assistance another Press; 4

ri\( rs to Pensacola. from the Report cfthe Engineers so much Uolars, will be given, by the Editor of! which shall! not only disseminate useful j
of Santa*! Hov Sound extends Eastward, thereof relates to our cOtst: which our Prices of Cotton.flaItinor the Pensacola Gazette for the best po ,. information, but advocate ffarlcstlyt THBHinilTS -

this: into San- readers will find worth ticj address for the Carrier of this OF THE PEOPLE I
: the lower 11:1rt pf. : Bay perusing In, ", .\Q'1'. 6.-No import during paper
from Pav, whence ft communication, some future number we will lay: If'oIethem the week, except about 50 bags the for the approaching New Year; which 0 With regard to The Political course intended 0

ulli'\trth'! nAtiiniM>utly< artificial.may possiblyhe analysis of the whole, vhich lus Hay from Virg'miu. Our market up offers shJl be presented on or b for the fiftetiith to be pursued by the Editor, ho j
1;: been furnished of December 1826. presumes a few remarks will suffice _
rontmucd! Eastward the Atlantic. On ; in the New York Times. nothing to cornmei.t upon neither have day :
lie pledges himself to no faction or cabal.Warmly 1
the! lagoons Pensacola, Per- later advices Ijeen received from
1))le\Vc of
to the
cause ,
ddo and Mobile'Ways! respectively inter- Legislative Council.--The session of gland since our lust! publication. In our pea.
pie, his constant endeavor: will be ? .
Jnck in such u anncr as to require but a the Legislate Council of :Pldridaill: Southern markets, the transactions still j:1: shIp mote their interest*-his highest ambition pro. 1

few miles of cutting to cImpl'te113.'I able commence at Tallahassee on Monday tile continue on a very limited scale-small to merit their confidence.- l!
channel from thc first to the last named llth! inst : and we are happy to informour ;purchases are made for the eastern manu does Though he
not deny a preference to the- I
bay, and thence, through an existingvatE'r patrons that, from this date, the Tal- 'factim-rs: and also for the French marfcciat of of the principle

interior; % communication to the Ci- lahassce mail will arrive here every Mon prices varying from 8 toJc.. per: lb. lE T $) agitate* one this State contending,- such partie that t
yet measures
day. David C. PinVhatn for f Uplands-so.iie extra fine nurks bring : ,
trof =>w-Orlcan! :. Esquire, the re- O and such men, ONLY as to him I
The contiguity of the be:1l1'at rs oft1f presentitive from tins District, bus politely Ic per lb. !TIO. e. Virginia 10 a. 11 ; Up. -" best calculated may seem
to the
} large rivers emptying into this part of I promised to communicate; to us all important ;- lands fair qua'. 10 a 12 ; Lot 11 a 14 ; 1o'tot': llsn.. \)In. good, will receive promote his support, without public ,I

of the Tennessee new which shall he N.Ca1Olifl 10 a 11,; renncssec ad\la- .. .
the Gulf, to thc upper part ; we enabled -- 0 --U respect to the party which chums them. J

induces the belief that some t'ucile: to give it to the Public, without unnecessary bama 10 a 11"e.1"al'k 0 I, AUR1VED.Nov. The Editor sees with pain, the dilemma 0
them will, ere long delay.indian .:\ J\'ov 6.-In Clotton'iie, demand : 1
connecting in which i
: in
means 29Schr. Lady of the Lake, Georgia $ placed, regard
discovered ar.d applied.Thu .. for the llsthree days has; b
situated: as Pensacola: Hay: is. withytspCCt De/iredations.-CaptainOrrnstead ; ,114 to Hi has been freel) given. ENTEREDNov. and the aweful crisis to which she \
to the country on either hand, Uplands. is hastening. Witaout stopping to '
and the immense regions behind-its ru'eas the Schooner Lady of Sm'Hnnafi, JVov. 14Uplands prime, 25lh Schr. Amelia, Hoach New whether in the origin of this dispute enqUire

proprr-'ies: a harbor become of inappreciable : the Lake from St. "l\larks. reports, 10 a 11 ; 'fair to good, 9 a 10 Orleans ; Cargo tu U. E. Uurch and the she had justice on her side, he I

that the Indians have Charleston Nov. 13.-The rivers still Master,
value. Some of these properties lately com- pledges himself to use his unwearied exertions -

ve vill enumerate. 1st. It is accessible milled some depredations 'upon continuing low, prevent transactons to 27th-Schr. Thorn, Campbell, New to preserve the rights and dignityof
the class of any great extent Fine qualities If new Orleans, ; Cargo to J. C. and C. C. Key-
rt low water to largest sloops the whites, in this the State, and to avert the evils that
Territory upon 'for the French market have obtaiicd the Master S. Patterson .
small and the baris 11 scr, Crupper overwhelm
of war and] frigates ; as threaten to her: In support
the fron-tiers of Georgia ; that they cents, whilst the princip.il sties'have F. Pasquier, II. Ahrens! &co. J. Noriegu '
be admit
to the
i mrrow, may,perhaps, ing rights Georgia, lie shall not feel _
still larger: vcs:;cK 2d. Its bar i is near ,oJ' "* ktlled two white men named been from 9 a 10 c\::;. In other rinds, Fiulay and llushton & to order. himself bound to assail, with unmerited a-

the coast, ar-d the channel over it i jl SELBY (or some similar name) pillaged there have been no transactions!' woxby of CLEARED.Nov. buse, the Government of the United

strict and (':Hilhit.. 3d. It is perfectly and burnt their houses. His no:ice ; and, our quotations, accordingly l 25th,-Schr. John Richards, States ; or ascribe to others, the evils .

bfid locked and has a very capacious Excellency the Governor has St"utan f can be considered little better thai tioiii- Spillnun Matanzas: ; Cargo 15,000 feet I which may have arisen from our own im ;

rnad: .tpul.: 4th. It bus excellent positions inal.Vc quote Uplands old, S a >i cts ; Lumber: 1 hLI l venison hums,.2 bbls Sassa- prudence. \Vherever. 'n his opinion .. ;

fjr repa'rir.if, building! and launching express to Suwanree to give f nc,' 9i all ; S'-a Mands, 20 a 2 cts ; ui ass root and some furniture. censure may be deserved, it shall not be!*

vessels, and tor docks and dock yards, in notice to Capt. Uade and, in the MVi nes and Santees 17 a 20 ct$. 23tti-Schr. Amelia, Roach, New Or- withheld.-As a GEOBGIAS, in feelings 1

lieallliy situations, DI; ). It has abundance mean time, has despatched Capi.Dloem J/oi/iV, Nov. 21 -There have: been leans and interest, he will contend, strenuous .

cf pood water for the supply; of'esse15i an Indian Chief, with a but Sale 248 bales the or'tlie week new crop have received.ieen 29th.-Schr. Thorn Campbell, New ly for every iota of her rightss a descendant .

0 ai'd Ctli. It is perfect)' defensible. party of Indians to quiet disturbances 3 a 10 during cents. past at Orleans : Cargo 73 bales cotton by John of the Martyrs of the Uevolu- .. : .

As these and other properties, in con- Jerrison and 6 bales cotton by S. Patterson tion, every attempt to weaken tue Government '
I Pensacofat JOcc is .
junctionI'h situation as respects thec : of his Country, or sever the Union -,

ast and the interior, have induced the I IlO.eIHmel't The information was receivedby Cotton Within the last l".Yoft"t'k SAILED. of these States: will meet with hi* ,

to fix upon it as a naval station -'I a man who had escaped from upwaius of an hundred bales Nov. 26th-U S. Schooner Gramppus, utter* abhorrence, and determined oppo- ,

!nd a phc of rcndczxtms and repairs he Indiana, after having received: of new crop has been reteivr.d Lieut. Com't. Litimer on a Cruize. sition. -

; we shall for the future consider itin a wound by \V aI{ ons, which were readily' AnuiVRDFHOM THIS PORT. TERMS Three Dollars per aunum/if
that character both in its relation! .o 3rd Schr. RobertY.llayne paid in advance, or Pour Hollars at the
At New York Nov. --
suld at 9 cents pound being 0
per end of the Distant subscribers
the commerce of the Gulf, and its own Crocker, 13 days from Tampa year. '
proper defences. i A'aval-The Baltimore: Patriot of the in very small (lots, larger parcels Bay, Passengers H. Van D:1umP.: must in all cases pay in advance. .
3rd ult. \Ve learn that C Alex- would A if Advertisements inserted at the usual ...
Although! a naval station nearer thc exirrmiiy says apt bring more parcel Wright, Noah II. Allen and two in the

of Hast Florida might possibly antler Claxton his been appointed to the neatly 100 bales, old cro;, \vaa peerage."FoiiSALE. rates.

0 enable\: our vessels! of war the better to comtrund of the U. s. Sloop of war Hor- sold Wrdnrsciay al 9 cents. -- '- .". M. Bartlet.1)oPosa1As .
net, and will 3il.itn all ible despatch .
vutch over our commerce in the Florida pov: 0'
stream ; still no deep harbor exists, to the with o".r :Minister! Mr. Sergeant to :-!Xlloinlmei8 -- OR LEASE. -

south of Peni-icola, in which the c'rrumMancc thu Congress n >ar th .: city of Mexico I / by the President. I ,
tl who will there be joined it is understood William Beach 2iiIlE: SUBSCRIBER p A'e his MILL 0 "
of nn entire separation from : re- Lawrence, of N. FOR PUBLISHING sr SUBSCRIP
does not greatly outv.cigh !by Mr J'oiissettIetbre his departure York of _-*.: property in the vicinity of Pensacola .
lefand: supplies to be Secretary the Legation '
LEASE with extensivejOfttYOCt
fur SALE an Tioir
from this C will make '
0 indeed it be 'more city Capt. a reportto 0
this advantage, of the United S utes of Ame-
tian ,imaginary.. the government efthe survey of iHs I ( 1iOY \.\\\\\%)er A MlLLlTMtY SCIENTIFIC 4.,'\ fl I

It is however, far from rt\tn"that the Harbour, which: we are grutilied to learn, : rica, near im IJraianic Majesty, with the Navy Agent. The property consists L1TKRJIR JO UAJMLAT !

I'loruU stream is always to be thc channel -: will be of a very favorable character.: lie in place of John A. King, resigned. of 1600 arpans land, well suppliedwith 'V1: T-POINT, NEW-YORK, ENTITLEDWestPoigt :

f l ( communication! from the Gulf to has been fir :i considerable period of time Cluis'opher Nt-alefof: the Distnct prime limber and two Mill Seats. TI1C;

0 thc Atla-,tic, The great embarrassments upon the Daltimore station, and, by hi* ofCoiun Sia: to be Judge of One prime Mi\l having two saws in operation Sentinel. J

tml losses to which we must be exposed social.tfentlemuuly deportment and integrity for the Landing now in use for conveying _
0 the Court the 0
character lus conciliated the OrplJ.tn's countyof llL classes and professions consider iCnecessary
: uliile that continues to be the course off'lur Uigii.eit Lumber to the Navy Yard"or: any A 1
of citizens.We Alexandria in said district in to establish; at least
or to
esteem ,
0 trade at least : s'e have our Mexico does oS
(;uf! so long market in tht: bay of not
not the: mastery on the ocean, and in fact, further learn, that Capt.: Cnini.cs place of Philip R Kendall), resign exceed one fourth of a mile from the take under their immediate patronagesome .;
is in the G. ,HIUULKT is appointed; to hc conitnAiul journal or periodical paper. They
*u long as the Islam of Cuba ed. mill, any person wishing to engage in business -
possession of another Power-to s\y of our tt'tit India .'\aval Station and will John Boyle of Kentucky, to be of that kind would do well to call make it the organ of their communications .
natural of that navigation taka passage in the Hornet for that jrcst." to the public ; through it' they ex-..
nothing) of the- dangers on the subscriber
have directed the public atten. The Norfolk Deacon of cJili ut.! announces Judge; of l the United States, in and press their wishes and feelings- i

the a the arrival there on the 7th of for the District of Kentucky, in 1'. English, useful discoveries and improvements andto
tion seriously' to project opening
flicrter) and safer ;: through the (.' :)Woouuocbc! of the U. S. Na-.y and I I 1 place of Robert Trimble,appointed The Mobile Commercial Advertiserwill its pages they resort from severer stu.
passage give this four Insertions, two in the dies to relax their minds with its selec191
oh. Capt. ALEXAXDCU CLAXTOV, recently -
No of
Lead of the Florida: Peninsula. one \uociate judges of the
ft..deot. it is presumed, to the command of the U. ..i City paper: and_two in the Country pa [' -.,. of wit, fancy, or novelty. The "Ad
insuperable, .
Supreme Court of .he United
will the execution of this grand Sloop of War J/ornct, now repairing' at vocate, the Doctor of medicine, the Merchant -
prevent per.Pensacola '
Slates December 1, 1826-39-3t all -'
are accommo-
design and consdered in reference to the Navy: Yard, Gosporl, Con. llAunoNalso > ; 0
tuch an; outlet, Pensacola is most happilylituatcd. arrived at Norfolk fromVaimgton: dated with their peculiar professional miscellanies

Vn the 2nd. From the Parts (Ag.) Citi=pl.. Notiee,. -the votarist of fashion,the man

Hut the object cia naval force in this, We also observe, that Captain JOllY I). The tnal 1 of tire negroes confined in the 4\ LL persons who are indebted to science.theologians & the Masonic Fra- .

quarter: is not alone to watch the" transit HnM.tr, has been appointed to the com! jdl of liarduibburgh, for the murder of the Clerk of the County Court fjr ternity, all support, and all enjoy the .

cd commerce to and from the Gulf; it has! mand of the Baltimore Station, in tlie I I .Messrs. Stones Gray and Davis, commenced t'e County of Escambia are requested to Benefit Journals: expressly devoted to

the coasting trade ore Gulf to protectit place: of Com :SrcNCf:) deceased. I on the 16th inst. ; the result of flake payment to MrV.. Hasell Hunt ; their interests, and consulting their

: has piracies to suppress, which confine : ..r 1 1I which was, that live of them were found w'lois duly,authorised to receive all fees tastes.

thenibflyes to no particular strait, and, I'' U. S. Branch Bank-.-The Mobile I guilt, and sentenced to be hung on the up to thisdate, and receipt for the same. The army, alone, has hitherto been des
i titute of this powerful engine-this use*
29th of Nave Tiber 7 others
next ,
above all, it has to keep an uninterrupted ; .\I. Crupper,
0 : !!
posile.awell us the issue!: oUhe dispoabk November says, that it i is understood i tried anti clratvJ, among whoa was a noted lencacoU 27th Nov. 1826. Believing that the estahuisjiinent.of a '
productions of a region without that the United States' I fellow dcMg.nttd: by the name of paper to supply this deficiency might .- 0
duce claims to Jhe ierosity and protection '
I'ho whole of the g
Uoscherry'sJim. negroes -
parallel' as to extent and fertility. Branch Batik will probably go ini Con"Ve, a\\c'ing, of the miliury gentlemen in our .
tht, \\ere in die boat where the I
the Delta of the
Projecting: as ) operation in that City in abouta informs country, the editor has ventured In this ;
; the Gulf the position of > murder was com mi tied have been apprehended -. I/TIIIR subssriber respectfully
Pensacola enables it to direct naval operations fortnight from that date. except one or two, and have i 41 his friends, that he will still continueto prospectus to make proposals,
ofa to be
upon the rear of any force invest .__-p r- 0 been disposed of as follows : 5 of them I draw Deeds, Mortgages, Hills of Sales, alleo publication theVESTPOIN weekly paper!. ,SENTfrSTEJL. '"

>%, clr moving along the avenues to the Twentieth Congress.-Ed ward condemned to be hung, as stated a. ; Powers of Attorney and other instrumentsof ." 0
time bove, 47 of them sold, and the remainder writing, in the most approved forms,
city Kcw-Orleans and the
) at same
: F. Tatnall John Should sufficient beheld
ForsyiheVljey solicits continu- encouragement
and a
to this usul l terms
brought the
that: it ulmo the last with the on
:m, t Wilson Lumpkin, out to him, all his pwn industry and
Thompson of their favors.v. '
llp' of fortified line interior navigalion ance
a -
| assisted the kindness of
ability, by several
preserve its communication with Charles E. Haynes, Tomlin son The New-York Mvening Post understands Hasell Hunt. gentlemen of literary character will }.

'hut city unbroken ; it will he at no moment Fort and John Floyd have been that the indictment of the Stock Pensacola 28th Nov. 1826. be brought into the fieldto display a ban. ;
Jabbers is o aia to be made the subjectotaJury
entirely dependent upon that lit4e announced by Governor Troup, -- ncr worthy to be the rallying point, the 0
and be considered ..
trial, not to .
for the!) supply ot its means of defence or as elected to represerit the State terminated unless I a verd.ct.. J'\otic.e' pride & ornament of the American army. .

annoyance unless indeed the proposed ,of Georgia in the 20th. Congress. us by it' LL- persons having demands againstct&iJ politics, so far as they are of a 'personal
aitifici\l connexions with the interior, before ;
will be
and character studisIyavoiaed.
or JOSEPH GOUMAHIJT, partizan ,
the estates
14 Col. Fen-
JOHN II. EATON Esq. was reelected Sai'annaJi, JVavember -
pointed out should be found impracticable. of will
.'nA. FARNANDEZ, and MARIA DALMAio Abstract currear events i
Commandant of the 4th CISCO
wick, the Itegt.i
) on the HU ult. by the Le. stationed at late of this County deceased, are he given regularly and fully; military
U. S. ,
A very exact survey has been made of gislature of Tennessee, as A Senator i and Savamuli lioyn- hereby requested to present the same Immediately tactics (and discoveries in the depart* ..

the Hay Penucola< which would suffice in from that State Augustine ;arrived Capt. ,hereon to the subscriber,; and alL perIODS nents of science will be 'scd uousl colCted ,

for forming a scheme of defence; if no Congress the I ton, and Lieut.from Thompson New-York., ColonelFenwick indebted to said_estates, ,Wit please -and announced in.our' column: '
for :
oilier object wcie in view than the secur make wilhoull delay, to these, with general miscellany 'ot"poe- .
issued his orders payment
ty ofthe town anti harbor. Considered, 4tM lMarch next. I ycsterdlY motnmg this ci- Crupper try, original and select, bio:'rupby, andimusing '
his Head QuartersIv. in ,
Jiowe\er, as a naval: station and a place Q I establishing '. anecdotes, will., we trust, afford
He will visit'St. Augustine' ana day cxoflicia'Aditfr.Pensacola .
rendezvous ,7 ; Clerk if : the
and repairs further Borp0jf Due/ling.-The New York Advertiser entertainment deserving patron-
j'r fur the of inspection.Getrjian Nov.'l.826-ti9-8t. '
distan two purpose 29th
extending a greater e 1Ii th e of the Anti. age our subscribers,'and serviceable to
in speaking
Chores, delineating accuratcJjHrtie: face of the best interests clout country. .

the country and showing the several aveiiuet duelling Association, J ately forra11 -' 0 ,MAIL: A1LtN&E4EN r The abpve Journal will,be issued wjsek- i

by land I and water, are found to be in Charleston S. C. ,makes the The Rietyi of Wine ,-It will be Florida Mail.iimeveryMondaYat ly.and comprise eight. pages, octavo '

JjtCc Sar)'. following remarks. "It will.gofar, seen that tic Court have fined Mr.Jacob 10 o'c1ockA. closely printed: on new 'burgeoise type, -
The Western of Santa Rosa Barker glOO for contempt in insulting a r delivered subscribers at ,two extremity 1 2 m4
in those parts of the countrywherethis iJ/4I M. Closes the same day (at; :
Maud is, nevertheless- situated in res- dishonorable witness upon the stand. It nw always M. fr: lars per annum, payable .in advance,.or
savage and practice teemed to us that the treatment of .witnesses /clock P. centsifnorpaid before *
J-tct to the'Snouth 01 the Bay as to require, two dollars and fifty
In Prt, the same works iu either case : exists, ,to satisfy tiiost who I in courts Justice wu unbecom- All other,Mails.. ..- the expiration of xmantii*> '. .

*ud the hoard can therefore whenever may be most likely to be engaged ng and unfair. Indivi>ore compelled Due every Tuesday at!> P.-Al, 0 CCAU: communications (post/paid! ) re. ,_ _..

wdtred, project a fort for this position ; that who by the power of the Court ta present dust every Thursday at 12 .WU lative to.the above publication'w>ll be ,directed !- :
in any person '
vhich. m either case, should be the first' :. duelling, it will themselves for. examination. They I have : W., Uasell. .Hunt., to DBH1CK "Y.At;,_ VEGHTEN, 0NesburgbO7aflgCcOUPtYNCW .. ]....
will from principle decline not refute "
,- York.October ,
occupied. therefore no option, they may post.fastcr -* (
with the countenance & support and when they do-.p ak, ; .. .. .
J'trdido '
meet to yet .IT 183& '
Cay.-This bay is intimately speak; 'l.\etclX1br. 15t. 1 .. & 0 j 0- ; :.. ,
J; "t d tu tabl.eSthoaora- nt9 b.row $'9 : Q- 'p UUO3. ( ''. ._ z ;
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I By the Pr siaentor ihe UmUj
r.rd Nt\tinniY \ 1r I \o .1d\\\t \g .1\ '
t'i. 't'r1. NOTICE, An r/r the purchase find tale of land States.

; 'I' of the I'UILA. fl_ RTTEHS of administration on the es: 'OR.JI01ltlLly -it o.fficed a t Tallahanee' the.Seatjtf Goveniment fiN pursuance of Law, I, Jogs Qciser
'rllE proprietor tate of THOMAS B. IJti, late of the Sermons of Florida. 'AxfAM, President of the Unite'! Slates

Ji 1.)1:1.,11111AL U\I intend County of Escairibia deceased, having is known, thut the rich lamia of Florida of America, do hereby proclaimand <

't duiri';uting the following !literary keep granted to the Subscriber, by the FROM I IT are well) adapted to the culturethose I known, that a Public Sale will be field racle

f prizes-the merit of the pieces to Hon'the County Court of said County said) j Living MinistersIS ; I: of great staples Sunlit CAE AXVuxx the Land Office at Tallahassee: in West at

be d., fut d !hv a r-imwittee of literary kit persons having demands against a periodical publication, edited ISLASD Co-rtos. That' Gentlemen : .Florida on the third Monday in Cactus
the same
:4. men of Philadelphia. viz estute are requested to present desired by Rey. AUSTIN DICKINSON who \"isillhis country, with a view to pert 1827, for the disposal of the Lands situ' .
gemf I and tho&c indebted are
| immediately labor under many ate in'the District of Lands
in mancnt offered ro
k 1"0, heat original tale, fiftys : N*v.--Y ark, commenced
a.H' to make payment t' location
disadvantages, in tae purchase or .I sale at Tallahassee and fn t:.. !
d ,: in cash or a gold medal of i '" 111. A Bell, June latt. of land, which ills believed might be hereafter designated, viz tJwl1ships

the atmr: vast>". j sidminittraior.Ptjnsaeola Extractfrort the Pro /l Cltl. obviated by this Oifice. Fractional township* >,<> 1 :and J"

U' For the eecond best original j 20th r\o,'. 182b.-38-8t. It is the intention of the undersignedto I mirth of Mange No. 2, west, j c

4Glc,tliirt' dollars in cash or a gold j i i'I .- *;lt will be the tonstant rndfvor be prepared with special information, Fractional:.'ow.nship NTo.2, north cf B

::1 value. of the Editor, Cf present the rePublic lative to the quality and extent of the flange- .11. o.2, wet, I f'. w e. ..
] .if i
:;iedd tue.s -.We
The !NiUional, Preacher, such Sermons, of a practical most ta1 able lands which may be offered I Fractional townslripn No 2 Ana 3 -
l For the best original Essay. fifty FOR 'contributeto cur Sale by the Government or"by individual. I north of H.np'0.. 3t'tt. _r..;
t.I dolla-s in cash or a gold medal oft tendency as may Books will be opened for the i Fractional townsh.ps! No. 2 ad 3'
Containing ; the Redeemer,
the sair.c value. honor great registering of all estates which maybe I I north 1 of 1'.I, .oJ
Forte second best original i E1 ,- Sermon N'. V, On;the Internal Evidences and save immortal souls. It is committed to the charge of read oince i .'ractianal'a'snsliip No. 2, north of =

s dollars in cash, or agold of He velat ion, by hoped, that benevolent, friends of with drafts and descriptions-special 1 exHininutions Ilaiitftr No. 5, .\' jt, 1-, ,
1 gar, twenty GAHDNEII :rniM i I). D. of New York i .
,God and Man will find the Work, uiil be nude in all cares ifdeemed Fractional township: :Co. 3, nth of'
.* m -.Of' | from its elevated character, .tii!- necessary.Said flange No 5, west ;
best original Poem not store.
For the
office will be to attendto I Fractioi.al N Cof
1 prepared towtiS'tipi 2 .
; rt '! ;3, ,
r 1..J\; t ,h. ".,b.2),1liE'orrl'resptctus able to be recommended to I
exceeding: one hundred lines thirty : all business to the perfect C(". pi-: un north of Range l\o i f, wi-at, J :
: crr: | &c. see next cult and noble' and, at the name time, : of t.lnim.r.-l"v nil business ;
I d\nars. in cash, or a gold medal or adjustment Lund InchiilinK the Country adjacent to the?

: .c' of the same vat:1; :. : lumn. from IB simplicity, spirituality, appertaining to the lo.n"u,i or tow rof Qtr.ncj.

t For the second best original \tice. and cheapness very suitable lur Pre-emption Laws, passed. b y : :- CGJIjjresa Ali 1 ", townships! No. H, 4 aril 5. nmtlI

'. hundredlines 1 general di ll'ibution..uTEn ot the United States, for.he hCIP'1!I of K.ru-es 9, 10.11 12, 1 j *:1.U4 J 'C -.
t, \J Poem, nU exceeding one fBlllE Subscriber wishes to sells the I tit of the early settlers of Florida-and toever I i inci": .. thcChipoin couur}, :11.tr

twenty dollars in casa{ or agold JL lidateinlots: in the City of Penaicola \lS. ) dcacript/o:: of business) relating ton ot'tii' lioiTir.-s'Creek st ';c.tt! 'P. ,

a_ nasal of the Paine value. viz : Lotu.. 193, situated on I'.ic I Each Monthly Number containsone elcfrnl jMiid Jtftttcy. l/<7/* of the Also, Irac'ional l sections .!\0.- 2,3,7

,I. To be forwarded, free of ex pen corner of i'ulafox l and Komuna. Street I Sermon of ordinary length, or Public Lands, which were uttered! in May 1,11, n, 1s, 17, 18, :?1.22, 23, co-. ; E

SP, to Tho mall C. i'larkr, Lot No. o'J and Lot No. 70. Terms will: two shorts Sermons, handsomely Ib25: and of tUo:e lately .a \'cnht'.J"for -"9, 30 ;nd 31, in frae-.'..)..1. t..\.. I.-, N o.'

i t IT of h The Album If nroi'n-j Ladies9Weekly I benuidc known; onarplxation to J C &! sale b> the (ioierr.ment, can at all timet j: 2, north oi'Kange 4, cu.t.; and : ,' '''al
ctor IX C'. Keser, I'.+liaccta, or to the Subscriber -' ;printed on superfine paper. be procure+l. L hcctiors ,'c,. "J, 24, 25. ;')-, 35 >.'' ,

Gazette," Pnila.ielp'ua' as at !lonH Tome .\:. Price one dollar a yer, in ad' Letters (post paid) addressed to KICI-! I fractional township No J, nort.i 1.1 '.* ,11\

ioUovts : The Tales *-: or before Jutien S. DcvCfcux.Nor. 'ounce, or one dollar and nfty ctrl s aid C. Allen fc Ci. Tallaiitoscv.- : I'lon- ,,4 east, all of which ir c'icnal secti-)- aro- jei

thc first day of December Mext- 21st, 1823-38-It. if not paid till December. da, v ill be attended to bounded by the Lake ',:.cka?'ike.Tlif ; .

i th" Essays on or befjre 'he twentieth I Kiclmrd C. Alien & Co. sale tu conml<',,:w with ?nenu totter
For five subscribers
iI obtaining ,
> sUt r "f'oit!')n, t at.'!slop! J
I of J1nuJrnextand the ;tn run ,*
day : \Vl.J\ l r Rtfertr.ctlJ. g
t r.
\who tare supposed to be respr.nublej anti to ;->octttd in t I order r uesi. U'.ed!
I ;
.; I n
Poems before His f
{ n ur the tt entl'second excellency Du'al01 ,
if desired for this Proclamation.
11'3. Colvhi ) a copy gratis, ,
\'C !: Hubert iJuUcr,
day February nxt, each surveyor
0 I 'I 1 hiluM's reserved by law for :ic
4 be with .11'1 :G ;ben tinder the necessity of} oie year. I Ccl James Gadsden, j use
artic-) f > accompanied a&ea'ed L ot schooLs or for other purposes, and the
. note, containing the writer's I Ji.fis'Ipl .ling the ub.catL! : of her, I Five or more persons uniting I General R. K. Call, fractional sections bounded! by the Gecr

will in Weekly Messt-nger," III 182', now proj j. and.l'urwsnling their names to the Major Benj. Chair, Tu&ihiisff, I u line, will be excluded from .ule.I
nainnd addrt-ss, uich
; ;i.ue the: first numb of ih j jas Juiuthan fiobiiisou i-Sq. Jtittrtri Ct -
to r
po .cs I IC. <;nt:11 under inml at the
; no CJSP ue o ;ch'd!, unless a premium ..!".'.:"..'...ir'.'.,, <-(v>n ns it has been asccrh..t !. Editor ea sitb)cribtrs, at one time, I, 'Il.JISCl., -'OtU Junv, 15 a-U-lam \\.L'hinton, this my 2Uth day of Mar City, A D.of

be. awarded to the ,vriterthereof. binc\l : Hiihcient 1 patronageill) b-- togtthci with their/cyrears, may I ----- t i 1826. '

j" t / I ait'ordeJ to *U fray the expenses of the! I i. itceivethe Work for the year atiff'ay 2IfE \ 1D' I John Adams.

; work. The title i alreadv kn.,-.vn to b? e'its each i thus reducing I! Q.
1, rrrlitors. throughout tlie l I'n:. EWAKD of Twenty Doiiars will : By the President,
r 'U.&V<.:' slates are respectfully! so- :'IrR. ./. S. CoLnx's I hl prior to 6 2-3 cents a Numbrrjmakiig r3 be given frr illt*'}rm.io ;. is to the Graham

the whole cost (including son who has irjtp ..:1 I two tsor-c in George ,
t pei
: J Iicd to give the above one ort 'V c .l \ l ss u po
inn of the I utJ..crl'r. Commissioner
I for the J ts t.y ; ant I ofth?
I Idi .
; greatest
t mot insertions. I The chceriip; re c"phn'hi h it n'e1 \ : cutting them ; the rt"ft \.: 'ur pan 17-30t. Gfiifal Land Oj!ce.
: about 9 Nutr.ber.Subscribers
Ii' .
) cents a
tI, October 1826. 1 with, on its J sac publication, from the 1 to the informant on ct.uvit.tion o. tae: >ulain. 4 I ".
*M.. -- -- j u.nny n-.pecta'-le Journals in th*-' United I will be fur Dt91td 1 l L j1i SAITK: ;

XOTRMvBY f >(:,Il'.=, :;u'1 the sul
p th instructions of tl lie PostMaster 1 edited i jjive the I'ditur: rrason (to 5
s ready: i An Lldex and Title Page, suitable }' 19tn Oc .r.e- 'flJ li\\1S
fUIllh'i i I _. _.._...._ ..eIrated
b t rieialit is made thc tl'itvcf !hope tint iie! 'Aiil nat only me ft lobe bound with -
thv volume
)' t'.v PostMister, to put in each n:ail 1 'ro'cclinn anI1 tPsy from llditocs) bu: !It i\ \ i t-i f

*!il l letters which are iU-pWtc: in therr t :.ha! "".!f ut lVon: the public getctt'aii! I \\ul iccompany the Twelfth f:-' : Oil !Jiomana Street in the Ctyor;

" r *t ilRicione. luljl.clr before /.,.-...l.'t.'l 11 t I' wi I t'nntitt! i fmu' i''rc. r 'l..l ill' .:., t tI Xunbe *. exit. v :. Pensacola, together with the

/in fctoirfiif the J.jTne untl vrixnrd I and be .Itl.xered to subiCiiters i : .'\cy j.t-I Correspondents trill be bet i;lilts day tescht! td i b'- ?'.utual call I

; cannot be respc'i'.k for the detention; tur.l::)', at tue ;mce of 1 touv d-ill-r* ;jH'.u.- I ?_ I I sent. Those who) ;,n- )..,:tb.t..l! :o the \\al i lot of lilt a
1 ot* tlmse letters, which are not put in tll! (* Hum pt\uhlc! tiarterly .in advance i' careful :n giving the names, Post firm will please mvh.r *utj c'lutc:. I
hretofore.chicilx Oilier and estate I Ii pay- or. which! it stands, Ireinglt' .: LAY
ofirekS c\rh'\5 ahow* m''nlionci ; butheitijj ] Its contentsill be, as I to which the II.eut to F.'il.NKbet tlsuse'lohave i .
but there will be ucl I I II f mi Tiber 19-J and co. :unn<' l tar,'. -e;
tlcsinms of th.IJHhlic work to be .
accomtodititi;_ iite-acy ; t i sent. any den;iul* will be j p 7 i nre.at: iontilt front said '
) :" f...at in Irs; ]PU\\.t., he will; mail i notice" of'tlt'r.m: t'ers, of news, ofluny tasli. i 1 _' if 5. u.Ky : on l.a..tana..t..e+ oy o..e !'undrt1 .
of of and of di tbs, i ii i eCJIonics sent to the Editor nail seventy feet :in depth.
all letter which arc deposited beti rc the I t.-ste, marriages B liiJtCnv. ISAAC Gln.jX ..
Packet, in which! they arc! to ;l. is actually r. 11
k. do.(,l. The :'a;' t I"11.1il, beine itltei'C3'. ::'hl a01lisCitiCilt 'I l:. Ckt its risk (if there be any F :-i i-- bet. \1a. .Mooed(! V la. Ilivash

ri-.. tier mo.-.t important, will alwajs be the N. H. I'c-r-un-* rcM.Un;; :1t\ distancemay ::[: risk,) ii their conveyance. October. IS. 13". I Penaaita, ;t!: Fept. 1B23-27--f".
: laat nwJe tira-anl their subscriptions: to tu- = .
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t Letters be directed PostPaid 1ica.l -
I I i mfjiO
my i '' -
up.W. Hascll Hunt 1- ,I\, :. 1"Jill.r/. i Li lYA -
t\ a..it"a; City: June L"J 13M.Sub.scrJjvtioiH (o try'c'e3 and f fr. RICh .
IOJI: .!. 'r.Pencacoh received i-.t this olr.ce. Austin Dickinson .. I fi\.lilnr.t'.t UI W.I: tlttdt';>2 en-
? : < l1t' b ; r.rhicil mJb. h\ll
No1S 13T ._ r f I' C"I t'r fjrG',1 r'Ctn
--- --- :
, 9 -, t :; ( l :: 1"\1' C' .\ o. &r .Va Cii/ Street *\ eo-J: York. L ';"Vip *"*. of .t'ic' Linnz.m Uotanic nrue'atelt| .'. It is -.:att".. nr if t,.? bav,
I t. :. \' ttl ft ti.If_.I E 1 I OI" r-' !,"=\\ \\.J'iiJ' \ JIASKLL HUNT will receive I Iv. {*& (;tn1 a 10:* Ntirverien, ntu: t i I fi\e rr.ik-s from I't ;c Ja, uti ;.->..intation .

and forward | rf?<| r-cw-York, stills u. cer.i; y cai'"iZZ .
for Foreign Ports.For FOX : subscriptions to the sr.a to the pun
dc r- .c..C..PoS of ,1i ; ; jju ute Gabarvn.For
'; Carl iiid'.cent.s .
,, ; ,; ; tae inftirmition rat !Hwho above work.Ptnsicola.
< put I, Trees, Plants! and Scat's. riB establish-1) further details
w ., in this Ofllce directed tu foreignp' } 31st Oct. 1826. aunt i-J veil! !;:ton n for .is j he lease a'ltHt co-u of
1827 great extent : i to thr .
apply owner the
r's hc following; extract fio-n the: Insf spot
} .""::oJI of the IJjbtin-UT: Genera) 'Tin fuur f first Numbers are re I and the plants and svcds fiirn.sheJ being l j jhdeclcd or tt i i-i: usual re ijt ,-ce in Pciisacoii hobcin6 -
: Mpubl
) shed. LtHehl"t -tMentIy been ceivedsi.d may be >ceu at the II I "i.b.'jc m corfidt-ntn ItMurJc rcL cccwacy.. Tit.e l daliy at b.>:',i piooes.Cavlos.
>tit m this office which j Pens-jcofa Bookstore I;' v .IK t jVo.tj.an II l aviI16
not having the ,lcx-.cl
Just received and for ale I : execution 01 i-i r c n.ividv- .,
U postage on the-ji paul, wall .). : I JVa-aci-iia .
reach !
never u .d those srentlemei ,t Ji > ,m.iwish !I ;:11 Septeniber. _". .- 3(7tF
t |he place o:'their{ destination.liririttt AT THE From t 't" cover of the .\ liouul tier. It L'urojie c\ I ,
1 x \- iI|{ be fur
.-*'If any letters Ire placed i in. r'e' \ cola Lclo\{ to is. 2'resther Ao 4 for September.U7V nn'ifd with every inform:' ." on: ...: | T1.)'L .' .'\LU. .Rt'tt.
a Vost-OlEce be'sem
to to a sea port l tiJn livaders. Those I !
) who read] a /jcct, and the ai.tidesSl"c..j
; '
: .
, I > t-i. ,
t. and thence by ship to some furdn 1Ilasell Hunt. and of this work fe.1 f I: en,.(.-shipprd: trom ;, \ DLadies'
i ; t.fJr direct ,
approve are i ;
{I it j* p1ac?, the l jroslsi iI'suCh letter, for such' Fens2aCOlar.1 November, 1325. ; I: their pbc? of ics'iiiatio.i.or ueforv\.rdcd I II cell ll Gazette.AMI'i .
mind d
. lr dis*.L'I'f'00) it ito be nve\ed hv t, Hpectru> ; thai h cannot ,. -
: poj u PtiU ieJv'.ia c r c-ibc.\ : *; J 3
[ .c t- a r.t-.v : is>
1 mist be p ad:1t! tlfC v'Ccf' he supported, agreeably to its pucai ji
J reception I '
,; t oilier*i>e it is not to be f.irar.led.V. ," Virginia Rtatc: Lottery. character and terms, without an i|I ciii .raloguet!I'refs. PL-.nti o ',.f*:-co5:"I"I!! .c a:'.c-.<:also of Amen of the on Wccln* d.t"s.U .

; \ Ha,ell Hunt CJ..1SS FOUR- extended circuta *... has been commenced under
ion. It is the t-r\ i tt rlSii" .-..- : : <" i- ,ut Tree-,
.f ; Post .UtI tttt'r. T Le drawn ut ;liclw ClW', on the till Ilcenbt e- wish cf! the Editor to afl'ord it as : of ail the various Ul.-.is: i including 'abov e the most fa\orabt! au-.jCCi! and,

: f ..tort_Office, 1'cns.icoJa_ ,?Jilt! \ t\', 1826Idminislrator's !',1S2ti. low af possible on superfine! oUU new varietits .': -'-\..\ .d units, found as its slit designates, 13 appropriated
______ SCHEME. pa.p 1 i.t no other ..tib .
: -nt in Aniericaaudof pir'icularly : the Ladies.
1 t1 Sale. 1 prize of$-OOJO 1 prize of S3.91012 er, that it may circulate) the' fur ornamc.t.il t,ec<. ttw..mh' snrubs It is devttcd o
' to the of fir
,. : y permission of the Hon. County 1 .10, of 10,000 t : ,0. of 1.0'JJ ther aid do the mute goud : and and pbotsi; abora 50 j kinds of ruses af tuc cruse

't1 l :I' Court for the County of 1:'ica1Hb\:1 1 do. of 6.000 18 do.! of 6 U JO2i if approving Readers will consent alto (bulbous ri"V or TV.. ; 'fsiho-.i epi. to knovrlc ;; arid arnu8int,

t r'l' I 1 r' will "\rose tor sale for cash to the hik hc.t 1 .1.). of 5.000 I flu of 2uJfcc. ton few hours' efiWt in obtainingubscribers !: ..ts, ;... rear be ontair. !'lis, ot Nk It will furnish inform! &:i iam :):1 then

bidder, .tt 10 o'clock 51. WI Saturday20ih 1 do of 4.0'JO .. &e. .tl c. > the blt'' ping of roar HASKLL HCNT, and iii'iU-r- :.t/"iijl h III culture o.: plants I fj.oers, kc. use
February 1827, in front of the Omit Whole Tickets S5,-Halves ''? $0 ), ur j-t-r mill: l. will meet \.ith; rut .
' l tiiuugh! at first reluctant, af ion pt r: '.rCUtlwIl. receipt o, a generalveek.: .. >r.
: HoUt>ein the Cit}" of Tensacohi, as the! Qirirteri 51 25. may y
. proprry of I. M. cca Order for tid!: ets in the above Lotteryor terwai !s come upon them and .the tl'1Ll.ltit JMH'C'E f t.nary o. foreifjn 5c doin-s' : : i- 3|

k!..i iDP @: 4 ( any other prore'iling.ccompanieJ work n..)' be relieved fro.u any C. 1l. of the Li.ic\.n :,);.>ty 'il !' ,; .*., .,'" with a rich fund ofchoijc auJ select

wilSi! the cash, will be received and for- ; apprehension of embarrassment* the lIurtictlUJ1'l.it) ty of London. :., miscellaneous 11,"r3,t.re. It

. n in slid City and if the i ail lot shall not tt ar.icd !by of the Imperial Soct.-u: tff the \l t t r'3er I.ND '\ i:1: be neatly printed on fine pi

. brim $sufficient sum of money to pay W. llasdl Hunt' .t 1\ C1:. fL o'r _I l v. nct'. ,C'. i pet (expressly'for tsindingtUro -

, i the demands which may have been fie.d .1trfntfir Fates anil t lch;:yt e of II clef 1 .-- \ 6-37 1 : fl"rn1-t' ght win !
f F t Ii v aiust the Estate of the said deceased, in f ton. City, noel J. I. <,,11(,Jr. sad Ifr o. FOR SALE. -- i pages ui *

l Ir 1 han proceed immediately, at 'he wine :,'.rrs of Haiti tiiorf am!*\ o:/.i(' JT1M1S properly being situated on the Jam in it Il"d 0:.!S .\ of Ice. I II crlis'.menti, whicu! ac t be in*

. t tiiae and pUuc, to cell!I Lot >Jo 171 in tuidcity. 1 Ilain.Stccetuftl+e city of Peiittcola. BN ptiryitnce .r tl.c sorted on a cover The price is

ALl' ; La\Or\\.B \V\\ulei\ i Will' be sold on a' .,son&blenJ! accent. JL 'htriys.yrt'i Vecti-vj prnvMti.is of an: art of of the tl 1 5 only Yv';. Duliars payable: ay ihosa

: 1 M. Crupper liodaing h'rm, Legist&tive to ntirt the 'IVrr'urn in .rte cif) half yearly a"sJ by all
) RtH'O SALS willl'e 1 received- tiS'i t list wune is large, TWO 5TOIMfc'.S ', Fh'riJ.11! f'.,. o;
. Clerk andejr afficio .iJiU'. iuj 10 liialthy, r.u nltt, and xttveutjjro Q"Jt l" liltUI, 111 j-ood oi.Jcr.uell'- and the I..f-t-c t. ti tIC PrOI:1.!.* t ot.iers: yeaiJy: ;a adv : .ic:.-Sub-

r t! _. !tns3co1a. 20th Nor. .E--3S- _. nice, as Uhnrcrn in the ::"\y V,nlAt .1IloI\'cl bola II trout Stllt1 r'-'al' i; :'tnj I jrr.::itiM-the; 't I.of AJmini.tratio i.- J zCtl:) tCnS yells! bt leceited at the

l i: ThLPIJI1011 this t)ItCC. Thry will be hired! by !litll .iL 11-11-1' dutits of Executors, Ar, Mj- '
. COURTof n ?Yr tjecsand plcav.p.tly: I imi: :' sii-.tors and Gujn\iun I chJn: Coffee house, A. R,
1. \ or mouth, and fouud the coniironrati. ; The Lot i iifi *' 3)1)vaci rtl 1
.itt.ard!. : sect .,
th'J' .h Pje's
in trontatul ( iimc td Funcy BjOo > :nes-
; I." West Florida.Jv'orentbc .>nsa well as medical kul in t'u cvrnfofsrckness. hun lr-l1 and sixty in
:- : r Term 1826. hI' loss of tiutc iucinrrd in l>:s. besides< the c.lwt'llillh; depth HI"t,! ui;;,:J j t Moiice\s: hcre? y Given !,S ; :ire-t, s. C. Sh ;. ; *. J' 109 S.

consequence wounds received in tht' Ur e stable with ',,10.1!! creditors SIM ... Xii'Sireer: J-jhn :K. Walter's
: } .tclrn, a < otlu-r: .n.r>" e'itt'od to
Francisco Ronal. Executor of ; Oinciises .t' ,
prosecution of their labors, no ik-ui-cliwu! dtat 'hiition f the *.,. 209 X Front Wil-
amlalinefcpMiig of r': Sircet anti
pure u' c !.U}tit :
: the Estate of Domingo Salas ;a tr.i .
4 will be nude, but in all other case,:. as MlLLfclii. lair f
l 'tI\ lie title is iiuiiiputahlc.Alary ) t L t".uut- r."cambia !l.am; Siavely's 70 S. Third attest
} M in other 1'aJ'lls of the United in
State the '
of ;
' Tef nando Moreno Senior o o I Lc Buon.l'easacola,2Uih !'. l-'ior'uh dcccxse-.l, Philadelphia.
Saml. !i. Overton their c.n '
1 :111( dermr.dvdl
' -
trod Mivicr. I oe
Domingo i&2.
Sept. .
-3u, ) t ar.elt the Among a numerous list of contributors
flflHIS day came the said Complainant Mary .1.mt. t'\pU:1 If two yeira,
i' '
'?iu trot _L\ ties the of SeJIeckOsborn :
are names
JL by Hcnjamin I>. Urrifht Esquire hit Pensicola N'ov.1S26--tf J.lt.t'lS:' tin-
i FOR !l.. ( /rf d! w)thui that time Ross FJlen! the liDStcn
Solicitor, and it appearing the Court, SALE ,\tl.ui,1,. to the ,
that the said Fernando Moreno Senior 1 .t"i Bard, & and! in ordt-r to render

.,"' and Domingo Olivier arc not inhabitants 5,852I \1S'1 \' iiasell l Hunt, the \Vu: l: truly valoabif tht- editor

of this Territory, anti they having failed ,, Perches of stone! '" 'anted.J 1 & \ \\ .Icws;'stn;,r. will diitrtbtsie premurus 'for original
tb appear und answer the complaL 1l\l\t'* : ITtT-\.r.i'n tin i'r'n.:) 'u1 t, l'lnritl, Sth XII\
Government :
Contract will be S ft in' 'ln'lt"r. I t2 b '
into, --- amounting to S00' ,
as -
\ 0 bilj} herein agreeably to taw. It it there tic> ctrlr i'ettslcula-it -
. fore ordered that unless ) ifa j loon M acceptable proposals shall Lot is f'FJ8.1COL.1 All communicdtions be ad- !
. the said defendAnts -' known, in late plan! of the mubt
: do appear here, on or before the of be.stone made, to for delivered supplying the above at the: quantity 283 t tid contains 8U feet llity n front as mi by::170 I''r\ t\t c\\\\\\\\ \ \\' nl dressed to Thomas C. Clarke, \

; fret day of the next term of this Court, to Yard above; high h water mark, and Navy most .lee I}. 'P '11 t: Subscriber, intentlmg male Editor and Proprietor No. :40, \ I,
be bolden
next, and on the the first Monday of May bill convenient to the spot whete it is to be ,1J .SO- fO.'t L ..-lSE I- important :uuiitiois to his Library Uace Street, PhiladclphEdi! \
answer complainant's
used. The bestnf forten}'p r", thc r'i requests nil personuio! have
the sand and i ironstone books furnished
herein the on tars copying this will be-
sal shall be taken ,
AS con : : to :
STORY 1 i. turn them
in the of HOUSKSc on cr h '. the
vicinity Pensacola will be k ic. 1st e1
fessed against them. ed \rith the Album and Ladies
. received but:it ;i:1 fi KITOIIF.N; built of December ; from winch time
And it is further ordered that ; must be of a suitable .' J 1\y to th e .
?bing be published in the Pensacola the fore- lose for building a substantial and dura ': the late Col.: \Vm. ..Tx ittSS : ht thy of January o. the Library will I be Weekly Gazette, as an equivalent..

|Gazette once a week for the ble wharf, and subject, upon delivery,to hint situated a half mile. North Hast of closed. For the 1\Urp'HC'I of renumber:ll)*> Postmasters and others will be entitled -

four months and once a month space for two of the usual inspection at the Navy Yard. the City of Pensacola together with tho and art: :;u., ;; the l)"ok>. a. to cverjr> sixth copy they riay j
fiend and of Many ttook hate '
months thereafter. apprcve.4 security will be IreqUired c been lost by thc order.

. A true Copy from the Record. for the faithful execution of the I &CCmLE carelessness o' iiul.viduaU! who on "''heir 1 t 30.
Philadelphia.iHcs :
' Atttect, contract and payment will lit made for departure from r1' lee ct* ; } .
the Stone as it is inspected and deliver on ,'hicli stands; as much of the rent return i earnestly re ?

\V. -Jlascll Hunt, .ed.. to be appropriated; to finishing-! the hue fit' guested that II hone who luvr tic n in Weekly H.cgih l.. .

C'lt. Sup. C'LV.. F. Saml. R Overton as way )e- neee&ary. For term and posscs&ion wIn fcemlthrai to this mb, rri I'wNtVolum:1* of the above VJlu1t.hc
l'ehW:01a 15th November 1826-08 : Further information enquire of Coi JoasUK woes will be Kailijl, if the cbauct
.4m 'en, sloe Tensacola. uc'V' can be sold within
LA short
and l.N'ao a timt'9"r.
t llascli tio
Pycllla? Nor, 11t.
j l Pccpla 9tb 4u t 82 jff if The scheme Is at the Pensaca ._B(1o.
1I12m.'l rJ I N V'U1br. rth! 18:o. Sure.-Pc: call 25tk October lo"'ti' "

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