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: March 9, 1827
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.
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IV. (Principle,hon Aomm..) PEN S.-\CO IA; FRIDAY, l\IAJldlt9,;1821. (Open to all parties A fafittcnced b,. not'QSztsarsv .) : 0.-'17. .

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\wxsecLr, 1n' I county, to act as Clerk to the said I t I Sec. -.4"fl'tJ lJ RtteaJ; : .&:.t. 9. Be it. fursuer enacted,1 tteurgia and 1 J-f\Atr:_ .1. .
w. HASBI.L HUN"l' Court therein ; and lurther to prescribe rrf, That the if.corpofiMrd Vaf That:it shatT tie the duty of tat: brllan& 1 k ,. >." ....
SOLE EDITOR*D PROPRIETOR; the jurisdiction of said and Dumb Asylum of Kentucky Courts of this Territory charged Kr '

Pu lishernftae Loirs of the United State? Courts, and the powers and duties shall have the power, under the with the trial of slavesto assist and Meucge State.from to the the Senate Preia.Jn.t.f and Home 1M of ni led. -
and of tie Territory lorida. ol the Judge or Judges hold direction of the Secretary of the appoint counsel to defend any slave of the United SttUa. Rep.reentative
Half f'U year 3 ing the same.. Treasury, of locating so much tried before them, for a charge of lyataington F b. 5. 1827.
Quarter year 1 50 Sec. 3. And be further enact- of the township of land grantedto felonyin all cases where the master I submit to the consideration of

Subscription payable in advance. ed, That the Judge of the Supreme the said institution, as has been of any slavehis agent or guardian, Congress a letter from the Agent
ADVEnr/Stso---rvcry advertisement Court of the Territory of Michigan taken by the claims of those vho fails or refuses to employ an attorney -'f the United States with the Creek

of the width of one column and measuring have, and may exercise, the are entitled to thE right of pre to defend such slave. And Indians; who invoke the protection
twelve lines of
ru't i; mure n: >n one than delta, (',lCh weekly typefirsti.isf continuance right of appointing the Clerk of emption in the Territory of Flor- all such attorneys shall receive for of the Government of the U-
fifty cents ; longer e.nd'i ':r ones atthe the said Court, and of removinghim ida, under the provisions of ;he their services from the masterowneror ni'ed States,in de"r*' -t. \. ? -:?h.*:
same rate. !Rule and figure work, at pleasure.Sec. act aforesaid ; wh.ch shall be located guardian to the ownerof such and Territory secured to that

\citi]o':bie ements price will for the be tastefully first insertion.displayed Ad-, 4. And be it further enact in sections, ipon any unap- slave any sum that the Court shall nation by the Treaty concluded at

ncccrdinp to the nature of them, and will cd, That no member of the Leg- propriated anrt unreserved land in deem reasonablenot exceeding fif- VVanhingion, ma ruttacC t e
li", measured by matter of this size type. islative Council shall be eligibleto either of the Territories of Florida ty dollars, which shall be recoverable part of the United States ou the
When inserted: at intervals, (that is, not in- any office created, or the fees of or Arkansas; vriich said tracts as other debts of like magni. 22d of April last

t M'rtPII evry weeSi, from the first tj the ,. which were regulated by a Uw or when so located, shall be disposed tude. The complaint set forth in this
1 I i=t insertion) each in::rrti(;n will be charges -
: as a new aJv rtcm: nt-Am'Junt. for' laws passed whilst he was a member of by the corporation of said Deaf Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, letter, that surveyors from Georgia

t advertising1 payable! always on demand. Curing the period for whichhe and Dumb Asylum, agreeably to That any negro or mulatto, bat;,) have been employed i in surveying
;Jr Liberal contracts will be made withtau was elected, and for one year the provision of an act passed the or free, shall be a good witness in lands within the Indian Territory

ILP who Coinraunicatoiis wish to advertise: ;directed by the year.toV.. thereafter.Sec. fifth of April, one thousand eight pleas of the Territory for or against as secured by that I'reat).,is authen

H.-iscM: Hunt P<.J Master: Feusacola. will 5. And be it further enacted hundred and twenty-six, entitled I negroes or mulattoes, bond ticated by information inofficially i
be iiuiv attended to.Laws That all laws, and parts of an act for the benefit of the i:>' ur free, or in civil cases when frt:- Deceived. !from other quarters, and ,
:r-- laws, in so far as the same shaft corpo"ated Deaf and Dumb Asy negroes or mulattoes shall alonebe titers is reason to believe that one
of the United States. be inconsistent with the provisions r lum of Keniuckv." parties, and in no other cases I >r more of the surveyors have been

--- -- --- =- ,., of this Act, are hereby repealed Approved 29th Jan. 1827. whatever. ,rresed in their progress by the .

\(. ,- ..'.'''?" ',.' :.,..:_:"I."I", : ","( '.,'.'.. 'oj. ; and farther, that Congress [No.I.] Sec. 11. Be it further enacted, !n ians. Their forbearance and
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"..:..'-K 1it11li \ .I\\\"","''.'..L;'''-)o. -, have the at lime KESOLUTIOM directin 'ine "That it chance the
;'l\-:.' "".,. ..... .. 't;?: right any ) Secretary of the whenever shall be found upon good faith of the
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.& ":> .'l..r J-p'J&"I1'. ::1<'. this Act. Navy to apply to the Government of United States
.'. !' L.... --r -:-... to or repeal necessary to examine any slave, asa will, it is ho'-rd
::)'t-"' ., 1)0 1t ., .. i Approved 29th Jan. 1827. Pennsylvania landthe for Navy jurisdiction Yard, over Pliladel-certain witness on any trialit shall be the avert scenes of violence and blood'
r pItia.Resolved. duty of the Courtor Justice sitting which there :. 'J" t--, .. too rouchcause
F r [PUBLIC-No. 5."| by the Senate and on such trial, before such witness to apprehend will result from

.lil'I'f' ( An act making appropriations for and other the House cf Representatives of ihe U- shall be examined, to charge himto here proceedings.:
of the Revolutionary -
,,' payment Pensioners of the United S atcs. nited States of America, in Congretf declare the truth, in the manner By the 5th section of the act of

-9 [PUBLIC No. 3.] Be :: enacted by the Senate and assembled, That the Secretary following. "You are brought hereAS Congress of the 30th of March,
An act concerning the selection of certain House of Representatives of tne of the Navy be directed, to request a witness and by the directionof I 1802, to regulate trade and intercourse

lands heretofore granted by compact, United States of America, in Congress the Government of the Stateof the law I am to tell you before with the Indian tribes andto
to the State: of Missouri: for"Seminaries
of cFLt.ar.fme. assembled, That the follow- Pennsylvania, to cede to the United you give your evidence, hat you preserve peace on the frontiers,

Bt it enacted by the Senate and ing sums be, and they are hereby States jurisdiction over such must tell the truth & nothing but it is provided, that if any citizenof
House of Representatives of the respectively, appropriated towardsthe lands as arc owned by the United the truth and if be found hereafterthat or ether ;J-:"s')n resident in, the

Urea State* of America, in military service of the year Stales, and improved for public you tell a lie and give false U. States, shall make a settlementon

f'r.s9 cemblcd, That it COll-1 one thousand eight-hundred and purposes, at the Navy Yard near testimony in this matter, you will any lands belongingor secured,
for Phi ?delphia. for so doing receive thirty nine : or granted by treaty with the U.
the du) of me President of the Uinteii twenty seven, and the object* ,
States, as aeon as may be, following, that is to say. Approved : 24th Jan. 1827.or lashes upon your bare back." States, lo any Indian tribe or shall
For .. Sec. 12. Be it further enacted, survey or attempt to survey such
lo cause :o be selected, frum any the pensions to the Revolu .- .
of the public lands of the United tionary pensioners of the Unitrc-: LAWS rLOnIDA. That if any negro or mulattobondor lands, or designate<< any of the
States million hundredand free, shall at any time use abusing boundariesby marking trees or o-
*.attSin: Missouri, the "sale of one two i ,
which is authorized by law, and in sixty thousand one hundred An oct Regulating Slaves aijd) prescribing 1 and provoking language to, or ther\visesuch offendrr-shall forfeit
quantities not less than a section, and eighty-five dollars. their punishment in certain cises.Be lift his, or her, hand in opposition a sum not exceeding one thousand

according to the divisional lines of For the invalid and half pay it enacted by the Governor and to any person, not being a negro, dollars, or suffer impmonmeut not
the the several pensioners: three hundred and Legislative Council of the Territory or mulatto, he or she so offendingif exceeding twenty months. By the
public surveys, vf Florida That if slaveif 16th and 17th sections of the
thousand and dollar any negroes, a duly convicted thereof same
townships of land heretofore secured one fifty-five
or other slaves, shall at any time before a :Mayor, or justice of the statute, two distinct processes are
to the State of !
: by
compact hereafterconspire to rebel of this prescribed, by either hour !
widow or make peace Territory, shall receive or ef
For the and
for the of pensions to
:Missouri purposes a seminary 1
insurrection such not nice which the above enactment
every conspir exceeding thirty may
twelve thousand dollars. i
eenuiiaries of in orphans,
or learning : ing shall be adjudged, and deemed I lashes. be carried into execution. By the-
that State, and to cause one descriptive Sec. 12. And be it further enact' felony, and the slave, or slaves,.duly Src. 13. Be it further enacted, first, it is declared to be !lawful for
list of such selections lobe ed. That the said sums, : ;- the force of
respectively convicted thereof, shall suffer That if any owner or keeper of any military the United
filed with the Governor of Missouri shall be paid out of States
any death. ferry or toll bridge in this Territory to apprehend every person
in the office of the Secretary money in the T.. not otherwise found in the Indian
eaaury Sec. 2. Be further enacted, That shall allow any slave to cross country, over
of that Slate ; sj\d another iike list appropriated. where any slave, or slaves, shall such ferry or bridge, without a passor and l..fond the boundary line be-
filed in the General Land Office
, to be Approved Jan. 29, 827. hereafter become convicted of administering permission in writing from the twern the United States and the
of the United States ; end: the Indian tribes in violation
master employer or overseer of of any
toany person orpt"rsonsany ,
lauds selected shall immediately [PUBLIC-
so No.6.j
An poison or!Medicine with theevil such slave, he, or she, shall forfeit of the provisions or regulations of
thereupon, veal in the State of act to provide for the location of the
two townships of Land reserved for a intent that death shall thereupon and pay to the party aggrieved the act, and immediately to convey ,
:Missouri: i to and in
according satisfaction
Seniuary jf Learning the Territory ensue, such slave or slaves upon the sum of twenty five Dollars, recoverable them in the nearest convenient and
. of the above mentioned
;t of Florida, and to cainptete the loca- being thereof duly convicted shall before any justice of the safe route to the civil authorityof
r compact with the Uni'ed Slates. tion of the grant to the Deaf and Dumb suffer death-. Peace of the County where the of. the United States, in some one

: 6Peake:of the House JOHN of W.Repl'TAVLUR mtatives., Asylum of Kentucky. Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, fence shall; have been commit ed. of the three next adjoining States,

'. N.\" UL ;)1,?CUN, Be it enacted by the Senate and That any slave or slaves, free negro Sec. 14. Be it further enacted, or Districts to be proceeded Against -
President of the Senate prc tempore. House of Representatives of the or mulatto, hereafter duly That it shall not be lawful for any in due course of law. '

Approved 24th .1lI 18iY. United States of America, in Congress convicted of voluntary manslaughter slave to PQ sessin his or her own By the second, it is directed; thatif

Jolla UUIKCY ADA'S.PeaLzCNo. assembled, That the town- shall suffer death right any horsemaregeldingmulc, any person charged with a violation -

[ ; 4.1) ship of land reserved in the Dis- Sec 4. Be it further enacted, or any other cattle, or sheep whatever of any of the provisions or regulations +
An act to allow the citizens of the Territory trict of East Florida, by an act of That any slave, or slaves, hereafter and if any slave shall be so of the act, shall be found
cf Michigan:) elect tha members
ot their Legislative; Council, and for Congress, approved the third day duly convicted of an attempt possessed of such property the within anof the United Siitea, or .
other purpohc of March, one thousand eight hundred ro commit a rape, on the body of same shall be forfeited and may behold either: of {heir territorial districts,

ls it enacted by he Senate and aud twenty-three, for a Sem- any white woman or, of any woman by order of any justice of the such oflender may be there apprehended

Hviife nf Representatives of the inary of Learning, shall be located child under the age of ten years, Peace, and the proceeds paid into and brought to trialID the

Uniitd States of.Imenca in Cant East; of the App ,lachicola river, such slave or slaves so convicted, the County Treasury.Sec. same manner as if such: crime or

t gresa asesmb:-!, T.iat at :he next, and may be located in sec. shall suffer death. 15. Be it further enacted, offence had been commited within

, and 4t .:acii: 8uceedingtlr\tion of: tions, corresponding with any of Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That no cruel or unusual punish such State or District ; and Hut it
:ijtmbers of the Legislative Council the.legal divisions into which the ; That if any negro or other slave, ment shall be inflicted on any shall be the duty of the military

of the Tenhory= of Michigan, public lands are authorized to be I shall hereafter consult, or advise slave in this Territory and any force of the United Stales, when

the qualified electors of fbe said surveyed, so as not to interfere i the murder of any person or per- master or other person, entitled to called: upon, by the civil magistrates
instead with land claims the ; whatever of slave who shall or any proper officer or other -
T-rrhory mo1) choosing private or sons every such con the service any ,
, tw ra'Y-fix, zs heretofore directed, rights of pre-emption ; and the suiting, or advising, shall be punished -I authorise or permit the same to person, duly authorized for
elect thirteen fit persons as theirRoresentatives township located West of the A p- by any number of stripes, be inflicted, shall on conviction that purpose and having a lawful ;

: i ia the manner, palachicola: river, as directed in : not exceeding) one hundred, at the thereof, before any court having warrant, to aid and assist ai.cti

:.nd with the qualification: now, or the aforesaid act, so far as it is ., discretion of the jury. cognizance cf the oiTVuce, be fined magistrate officer or other person t.:
her' ftt"r be covered the claims of those the discretion of the jury not exceeding so authorized, in arresting such of.
i :: to prescribed, bylaw by en- Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, 2t
uai!rh.said Representatives, so e- titled to the right of Pre-emption, i That if any slave shall willfully,and Five Hundred Dollars. fender, and committing him to
Ifctedf' be and the the Sec. 15. Be it further enacted sale custody for trial according to>
shall commute the by act approved twenty- : maliciously,.boot at any free white: ,
4 said: Legislative Council. And for second of April one thousand eight person with a gun or other instrument That in the trial of any slaves, the law.

the! purpose of securing an equal hundred and twenty-six, shall be ; with intent to kill such per same rulcs and regulations shall The first of these! processes is a-
the Governor and located in sections be observed, as are allowed in case the of the
representation, upon any unap son, or if any slave shall willfullynd dapted to arrest trespasser -
Legislative Council of said Territory propriated lands in said district maliciously wound any free of the trial of free persons. upon Indian Territories, on

,. are hereby: authorize and of country, until the amount taken white person, with intent to kill I Sec. 17. Be it further enacted, the spot, and in the act of committing

required to apportion the Represtnutives by said interferences shall be satisfied such person or with intent to kill! That all offences committed by tbe offence. But, as it

so to be elected as aforesaid and discharged.Sec. any other person, the slave so of- slaves and not punishable by death, applies the action of the Government -

: .mng the several: counties 2. And be it further enacted fending, his or.her aider and abet- shall be cognizahle and tried by of tbe United States, to plaf i
or districts, in the said Territory That the Governor and Legislative :orbeing a slave shall be deemed any two Justices of the Peace, of f ces where the civil process of he

iu proportion, as near as Council of said 'Territory guilty of felony, and shall! iherefor the vicinity where the offence shall law has no authorized. course, it
may be, to the whole number of shall have power to take i possession suffer death. have linen committed, and the said I U committed entirely te the .functions -

inhabitant in each county or diatictexclasiveoflndiansnot of the lands grunted for the Sec. 7. Be it further-'' enacted. Justices of the Peace are hereby authorized of the'military force to ar-

t&xcd. use of Schools, and for a Seminary That olbcttlare and required 10_ summon resvthe; person of the offender, and
any negro or duly
Sec. 2nd. And be it further e- of Learning, and to lease the convicted of the crimes of arson, a jury for the trial'of iuch offences after bringing him within the

nczr/rd. That the said Governorand same from year to year ; and the robbery from the person, or burg- in the same manner as is prescribed reach of .the jurisdiction of the
Legislative Council be, and money, arising from the rent of lary shall suffer death. by law for the trial of offence? Courts there to deliver"him, into

they are hereby, authorized to said lands, shall be appropriatedto Sec. 8. Be it further enacted of a similar nature before a court custody for >rill: The second
the use of Schools and the e- of record. makes the violator of'they law amenable -
provide by law for holding, annually That if any negro or other stave
one or more Courts by one rection of a Seminary of Learning shall commit soy other crime or Sec. J 8. Be it further enacted oral. y after his. offence liasbten

or more of the Judges of tbe Supreme in such manner as they may misdemeanor against the law of That all.acts.anuf' parts of acts re- consummated. ,& whetTbenas ,
Court of slid Territory in direct; and they shall have power this Territory, it shall he- lawful I pugnanMo or, coming: within the returned 'r it, bin,tbe ci il.jttriidic.

each of the counties in that part to pasfr laws, for the Preservation .. for the jury, convicting him of:.the, pur vie i(lit} this:act 'be,. and the tion or-the Union. Tbis'procejs,

of the Territory Eastward of the of said lands from intrusionand same, to pun.ish.him'by such n limber sasit'areJtereby. repealed.Paiaed in the'first instance, is ti njfrd, J>''of a

Lake Michigan ; and also for the, tret pass until Florida shall be of'stripes as they may avard; :. .iotfc January-1"?. civhchtuncteri lint: s-msY, in like

appointment of a Clerk in each adraitcd into the Uuign. asp. Slate : not-exceeding one bunojrecj! '' }' .ell otQliT.l8 rt rattan er', ,toe enforced, b1. e-t<1 4 g
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Fc b. 7. mcnt to add a proviso that the lands sold for whatever they cntd
the aid of he military milted to he wisdom of Congress Friday, ,
it necessary
... i'nt to'determme whether further Mr. Yjuibuten, from the Committee appropriated should be sold by the fetch, and would thus be thrown
force. any the first public sale of into the hands of individual
on th Judiciary to which was Register at He
: Entertaining no Joub!, that IB act legislation may be necessary referred he memorial uf the Legislative lands. The bill grants a township of agreed: with the gentleman from
the: picsont rn not
, I Couicil\ and of sundry i inhabitants land to Decena
I Hf 1 theso modes of process, or 'to both"was which these transactions may Ilorida, on the subject, reported Wurts said the provisions wentto ry that all these locations should

r \ within the discretion of the Executive produce. ADAMS. a bill to establish a Southern compel the sale of the lands. lIe be made in one territory ; though
j f authority and penetrated with QUINCY Judicial )istrict in the Territory of did not know how the New York A- he did not agree with him that it
thl' duty of mai:ltainin r tli;% rights of t i iJ [The foregoing Message! ; was accompanied the
I If by five Documents-the first a Florida, vhich was read. sylum might be situated, but necessities would keep the territory in a state
the Indians as :secured both by the of the Asylum of servitude. He would
Letter from the U. 3. Agent with the The resolution submitted Pennsylvania have no

I ; treaty and the law, I concluded, after Creek Indians to the Secretary of War, by itr.fallowing Johnston, of Lou., was 1 would compel that institution to sell objection to make the location fa

full deliberation, to have recourse on referred to in the commencement of the | consider and i the lands granted to it as speedily as Ohio, as ht did not; believe it would
this occasion, in the first instance, onlyto mes 'e-Second the answer of Mr liar-\ agreed possible. Perhaps it would have retard the settlement of the
Instructions have bour to th: A.-ent.-Third a letter from Resohd, That the Committee on coun
the civil process.! And'fourth i been scarcely reasonable to expect try. Ou the contrary, he viewed
the Secretary Mr. Harbour to Gov. Troup.- j Finance ie instructed to inquire into itas
accordingly hec-n given by and fifth instructions to the Marshal and the iientleman from Florida to assentto likely to facilitate its settlement

of \\Vsir to tin Attorney and Distiici Attorney at 3 vaui.au, to arrest the expediency of n.bolihinj: the ponofentry the .ese.vo.tivn of the lands, after If a grant was given, he would

t Marshal: ; of the, Vitcd States in the all persons who have entered the lands w at Kev'" West, in F1tiht.House he had expressed his conviction that give it in such a manner
to commence of the Creek Indians. violation of the as to b*
"District of Georgia, : of Representatives.'
to reserve them would be injurious to useful to the Institutions.:
late and of the lav of i If they
the Treaty
prosecutions, acainst! : surveyors l"2th Jan. Mr.
Friday the interests of the Territory. to sell
violated the 'regulating1; intercourse with the Indian were obliged the lands ia
4 C uinplninud of as having Tribe! ] Mr. White Florida olJcred) the \V. suggested a slight amendment, five years, they would be sacrificed

lfl\%'. while O1\lirs hue: at the same To the Senate and House of ,Representatives following resolution ; which was accepted by Mr.Vhite as I to speculators. As they
1 time: beiMi forwarded to the Agent ofthe cannot
of'the United ,, 1ieslved, That the on a modification. rent their lands to make

Uniti'd States at once to founded assure States. Naval A flairs; be instructed to inquire 111"Vhite, Florida, said in submitting by Them, it would be for any their thing
the Indians that their rights: : ova
into the bylaw had the
WASHINGTON, 8th Feb. 1827.I expediency the amendment he interest to sell them as
upon the treaty and ,(the law, are and re- communicate to Conirress co 'I' for the more 'ellertiul I preservation honor to offer, when the bill was under possible. The experiment soon of as
roirnizcil by this Government: from the Governor tftIlO liv o.\;\ tiiner, on the public consideration before, his only object renting -
iuul pies a letter lands had been tried in Ohio
will he faithfully protected, cirr. : land and furfner to inquire into tj the he had the )
received was guard Territory
of the State of Georgia, and found of benefit.
. I :: : '>tly} lo exhort them, hy the !forbeurjtnce of the 5th inst. ilu fxncdjency: ( : ol fjrnin1; pl.mtations honor to represent against the ellects of a no

4 of every act of!hostility on theirpart since! my message for the ivirinsr:' of Ik: e 'lk, for the future measureiiich! might paralize its energies i The question was then put and
: that and of enclosures received with it, and ru.ird its population-u it h grants of the amendment was negatived.
I J : to unimpaired, the Navv
.preserve of that tinbcr 1 for -
MippJy ) ,
kind in their wisdom
of facts
confirmative the any which Congress
t t I ri'jht toprotivtionsi'cuicd! to them by .I.further of the United S ltes. And also and un their responsibility" might Wednesday, January ;J'j.

, I 1} the sacred ph-dije of tin.- good tith! of staled in that Message.J0HNQUINCYAIAMS.. I inform this House, wic'ther[ any, ;and choose to make, he had nothing to Mr. Tomlinsoti, from the committee

I I this! nation. Copies lIt tlam instructions if ally, what IneIsur: ('*have }been taken do ; my particular province is to protect on commerce, reported a
KXECI'TIVK: : Ij.IAKTAlixT: : (tKOKi.IA.: ? ** so tar 1 the interest of the bill
and orders are herewith transmitted as can people : to change the of
;. 'i : MiUtdzcvilte, 2;llL Jan uary, i ibt7. $ for ihe |ircservfiiai, ; of tie same. of Florida, and not to obstruct the i port entry for
district of
i: to Congress Sill-As the Officers oi Georgia :Mr. While said! there w\ rc two current of the nation's gratitude, or the indulgence Appalachicola

r In abiaiuing' at this stage o'the engaged in the execution of their wodes: by which ihoobject cftheresolution I ofits benevolent feelings, in "re- which was read twice, committed

'f 1 proceeding irom the application 'dunes near to its Western Boundary j'.i.M! road ronki by ei-Vctud! ; the! gard to public jnst ltiitiolis. The disposition made the order of the day for tomorrow -

I I' of any military force, I have beer; by order of the Legislative I Ole wr: tins "' jHN.-ily :iija(!
i goveined by cor.siJerations hichII : i and Executive authority of the i''I I'ssul: n'les'] and soperation of'lrivatc] 1ti'g ., extent, in Florida.! I have only to pro- [The bill provides that after the

will! 1 trust! meet the concurrence State, have suffered frec.uent inter- from public} prtMx-rtv! ; and the othe: l'3e any amendment that will protect tiem: first of March next, the port of

; of the Legislature. Among them, mption* from the Indiana (*f the !I I sonic more eiiectu il 1 protection I by I law lrm the operation of any further dispositions ; entry established at the mouth of

one of paramount importance has Cl'e'katlon Accompanied hy indignities 1: for the timber on the public lands, and there, when there are other portions of Appalachicola River shall be a-
I I ; lelocated with-
the can
been, lliat these surveys have been the for the future country bolished, and that the
, \ and insults suiVicienily plantations; trees: ut injury to any one, &, equally advantage- port of St.
l t iitieinpU'i! and partly riTected. under aggravated, and are still threatened supply of ireIcnKinib! for that OILS to ti><; institution. :!'hc proposition ot'thei Marks shall after that day be the

r i color ol'lrgal auihorvy from with others of more violfinaudoutrageous 'IaI1LI; ) (' timbc-r. i gentleman from Pennsylvania, therefore, sole port of entry in the district oC

: I .' the Stale of Georgia. Yiuit the ,character.s there The Ji/e oak, is "neiieved only to be Suuldmect! his approbation. If the location ppalachicola.]
it immediately
| is made in that Territory, he wished
. \t surveyors are therefore :.'ot lo be I is reason believe lht your Agent found, at lea..t l i in any qnnnfiiy, .along ) sold, and the rCaiOl1for sne.li :a Saturday, Feb. 3.

J :; viewed in the light cl nidi, idual l lt | of Indian Affairs>> i id the prime mover the SCiI)4LSt (If 1 the United States, cour.se must be obvious to every member. Mr. Mercer, from the committee

t I B a,.ci solitary traii gressors, but as & instigator of.the name, have south of at. :33.; It is the most valuable Florida is the most exposed part of our on Roads and Canals, reported a bill
r \ thf Agents t.? & sovereign Sue, I used in continent, with Indians on both sides, the
J L : deemed it proper to lay before wood I ship hnildinir, being lands scattered over an immense for improving the inland navigation

l I uciing: ; in Obedience to authority you the enclosed papers in supportI nearly 111:11: to the teak in durability good tract. It was therefore desirableio have the between the river St. Mary's and the-

" 1 which they briievcd to be binding I : that belief! and to ask the lavoiof and strength! and much superior ill lands settled as speedily us possible for the entrance of the river: St. John's in
," them. Intimations had been ; I .For limbers of ofwar of the national defence
:. Tip fl you to inform meif that officer huoyancj.) ships purpose increasing Florida, which was read twice, committed -
that should meet: with .I it is admitted he and protecting that frontier, and more especially
given universally to made the order of the for
, I b is so acting by your authority, 0with :- of hastening its admission into the day
! intei they woud] at all hazards the most valuable tile British (- ov-
t U ruplmn ; to-morrow, ordered with the
your sanction and countenance. the Union. The-jc: nu'J many other powerful -
'I r he sustained: by the military ] -It. may be thought painful crnment is so sensihiu) of this, that I considerations ini'.we imto protest a- to he printed

t fl force uf the State, ip which event, : that the United States, am creel illy i informed that they have gahiMt this grunt 'vilhout the restriction 1 Monday, Ftb. 5.
i\ the "force or the Union' enough this moment proposcIP.. \V. lid he had been assuredthe
military at tally at
agents engagI Mr. M'-Coy from the Committee
whose undoubted right it is, shall} New-York institution would not locatein
should have hren employed lo enforce I cd in the southern States; and in Florida
: Claims
1' on unfavorable
enterinto controversy with Georgia Florida, and if the same intention, which an report -
.. .".t its violated law, a conflict on the validity of Treaties J in purchdsing and shipping live the gcutlcmaxn avows, had been evinced in on the petition of Manuel Gon

, : 1'' must have endued: which would, aud the lawfulness of boundaries, oak to'England, cat to moulds, in the the same way he should say nothing more zalcB] ; whi.-.h was laid on the table.

.. t In itself, have inflicted a wound upon shape of knee: transoms, footlocks, about it. :Mr. W. concluded by modifying Friday Ftb. 9.
trespasses connuited i on the one the amendment in the manner proposedhy
I ) the Union, anu have presented: breasthnoks, stems and stcrnposts. The )laid before the Housea
I side, 0:- right! of sovereignty vioiated the member fiom 'Penusyln lia. (Mr.U'urts. Speaker
; the aspect o'one of these confederated I the. other with the Acts of Congress have been repeatedly .) communication, from the Department ,
on remedial
t &, Sites at war with the rest.Anxious passei! for the preservation of this of War
I or redressive measures In reply to a question from'Mr. transmitting a report
: ave fall, to avert: this; demawded beit1t r. valuable vood. but it is to be feared '11' White said, that the best lands brought from the Engineer department, ia II

1 i state of ihuitjs;; yet, at the ssme: 'It thai the quantity is rapidly diminishing even from five to seven dbllars per acre, and I relation the contemplated! fortification i
is not to be resumed in Florida hitcH be that it was diflicult to' find an entire towusiiiji -
lime, impressed wit!: the deepest appears of P ensaPola harbor ; which wac !
the President would the of good laud,
vie ion oi own duly, to takv its favorite region A wise;; policy, referred the Committee
: con my attributes to a subaltern ?1r. M'Coy sai sovereign
care u: t the laws shall be execu- which floes not confine its view to the ; measures of this character, :.ermcd to and Means, and ordered to be printed i

1. : led.aad: the faith of the "Mation pre- Agent, much less that he would ,I passing moment, but l looks to the future be giving away all the public lands for localpltrlo !
delegate them for the annoyanceof ot'us 'Uention '.. iflie were not opposed to the! ,
. jxirv-'d.: I have used, of the means I requires an : not onlyto ) p- I
the Feo le of for insult !bill he would an amrnd- T -
,) Georgia the imnir-diate au'l l illginterests altogether, propose f flP
ii 1 entrusted to ,ht- ILxccuiive for v&a? to their public functionaries, pas \ inert: to give money instead of land. The m t A CC@ )
of also
purpose, only those which, with. the day, but to lay the foundation l object of the applications was: to obtain mojney. i
!. I for invasion of their Territorial .....
I '
: of fuiure h Miefits to' it. ( ,
, I out sorutij.; to military force, our country.An Have we a light i tu give Can
rig'.its! and nually, for bloodshed.: leman Evelin "is wclVnd -.uithoiity for voting -
; I iiicy \iiidrcjr, !ja! 1ari tllY ?i' the I English tr :> ( ,) any moneyfor
f: if these! powers have been insolently now considered! one of the iand is money-to this corporation andtltal
II 3n\v, !b t L\ -.L: of theJudicial greatest
\ : nary agency I this individual and that T
assumed corporation
such subaltern 'cii
by bunt-factors of the uation for
; : ,
:1 : 'riv'-'r/is." individual It would be better at once todivide 1
1 fur such purposes, it is not for the having, a : suggestc'd and and them
; h ought! iiOujvvever, to be disguised I century ago the public lunds. : not only ,
I that the act of the Legislature i Governor of Georgia to dictate: erected extensive! }plantations of the but the money in the Treas-urv and give

: !o the Pr i iUeiH the nr-T.sur.s EnclMi navy; oak and if rightly informed : he spoil among some favorite coiporations.
:s of Georgia, uaiirr the construction !- ; I He would' be glad if the House would dispense
which follow I
ought to as well iu these piaalntions now form
.Q L given to it by the Governor : : with the passage of the bill, but if!
vindication, of the hu- r of iheUiiited If the of En
( permanent policy the amendment would
of thai Slate, and the surveys not, he hoped pre
_ff made I Slates: as i in rep( ration of gland.rl'l! )(, !growth of the live oat '
or attempted, by his aitihority vailMr.
_ beyond! the boundary secured -I the wrongs done U' Georgia The i is extrMmuly rapid!! ; being an evergreen I COR way expressed wish,

President is competent ,' judge :! it is scaivdy ever interrupted ; if the present amendment shouldbe -
by ihe Treaty Waging I MARCH 9, 1827.Sailing .
f _- ton of April last, to the Creek In- them, and the Governor ( uu-: I at twenty-five years of age it becomes rejected, to offer one more ,general

not his theu ,lor. of in its character.Mr. J-e-rit
diar.% are indirect violation of willingness to judge slIffi.ienlllarge most purposes: sans pcur.
rightly ship buildihg. It grows every where Wurts stated that he would ." A
r the Suprcrce L. w of this land, set
_ forth in a Treaty, which has received With great considerationand iu our light sandy soil!, aiul all that rather have the bill without the of the Lexington.

all .I'm sa 'r.tion8 providedby respect, would he necessary after transplanting amendment. It was not desired by The United States' Ship LEXINGTON':

the Constiution which G. M. TROUP. would be to keep the fires out of. the friende of tne bill, bet it was WJLLIAM.: B. SHUBUICK Esq. Commander,

we The President of the United the tract selected for the purpose. assented to for the accommodation sailed from this port on Monday last, on a.
have been cwcia. lo uppori and cruize. The following is a list of the Officers
Stales. Tlmt' this is no visionary idea, I will of the gentleman from Florida.Mr. ; .
lDain: :in. attached to the Lexington,
Happily distributed as the sovereign i[: The foregoing followed by let- mention that the hint was first taken \ said when he acceptud Conimnntler, WILLIAM B "SIRBRICK.Lieutenants .
ters from the Surveyors, complaining: of from ari'idea thrown out of J.Pendeigiabt .
by one the modification he did not expect M. P. Mix, Garrett
of the of this.
1. powers people the interference of the Creeks, to .
l pre the most practical and experienced the Duncan A. lugrahaiu, A. U-
Union have been, between their vent the surveys of land net ceded by amendment to be objectedto. H opkimmson.Lieut. .

t i' General and State Governments, the late Treaty and from the Chiefs of I ofticers of our navy, the President of If the amendment should be of Marines, John G.Reynolds.

I their history has already too often the Creeks, protesting1:; against such sur the Navy Board), on his, visit to -Florida rejected, he would oppose the Surgeon, .J ohn't1a lct.

veys.] ; and it will not be thought! trivial ? bill, as he regarded it as likely to Purser, John N. Totld.!
presented collisions between these ,._ I. --_-- ... when it is mentioned that the late Midshipmen, H. H. Rhodes. E. G. Til-?
divided authorities, with regard have an injurious operation; upon ton, L. T. Bennett, ..1.V.. I'aliner, Jolm
Llllp.l'OrOflu3Sid his
: to the extent o'f their 'respective CO: : (j'\\VJ SSl\\X \ tJe in Florida to send him agents the territory. He did not think it C. Carter, Benj. S. 'Slye, J. W. Cox, J.
; two barrels of
_- ----------- just'or when bodies' Thomas Macdonouirh, t'eo. A. Prcntiss,
-No instance however ---- proper, corporate
power ,
live oak
acorns, for the purpose of attempting Bunit Shepard, Raphael'Seminos i> ,
has hitherto IN SENATE. presented petitions to the
? occurred, in which I
I plantutioDs in the south part Captain's Clerk Henry J. Willat.Boat&icnhi .
, .. this collision has been urged into a House, that lands should granted John
Friday };'cb. 2. of J'is! dominions. One hundred a- j Ring.
' conflict of actualTorce. them in Florida thus keepingthe Gunner. John .
1 No other On motion of l\-I r. Denton, the bill crcs would contain about 2000 full: Covinjjton.Carptnfrr
territory in its condi- William Lee.
is known have present
It case to happened, to provide for the trial of private hind grown live oaks ; as a beginning they Knit Maker, O. Hanford.
tion of servitude when if left Wcorgc
in which the application of military ; to
claims in the States of Mississippi, might planted near the Navy Yard : Purser's Steward, John Laird.
;, force by the GtJtefdiljeni of itself, it would be likely to becomea
Missouri, Alabama, and Louisiana, at Pensacohi, the land 'reserved at-!
: :ue Union, has been prescribed and in the Territories of Arkansas, that place abounds. with thrifty State in five years. There are A splendid Ball was given on the 2 nd
I other sections cf instant, IVard-room Ollkers oT she
in by
fur the enforcement of law country which
a the
and Florida, was made the order of live oaks, and the ridge in the rear United States' the Citizens
-violation of which has within there are lands equally good. The Ship Lexingtan to
I any the-day for Tuesday next. of the yard seems to be peculiarly a- of Pensacola and the'Naval aud Military

. arugle Slate, been prescribed by a Tuesday Fib. 6. dapted for the plantation.Mr. situation of Florida renders it necessary officers of the Vicinity. The polite-
Legislative act of the State. In ,Mr. Eaton presented the memorial \V. concluded with same further that she should strengthen ness and attention opthe o'fficers and tht;:

the preseot'inaiance, :it is my duty remarks herself by population as rapidly as befiuty, neatness and superior accommodations
in favor of the resolution
sundry inhabitants of Key-\"est, of the Ship, rendered the visit highly
.. to say, that, if the Legislative l and and tilt possible. Her proximity to the .
and other person:;-engage in wreck-,. nncessityofa speedy set- gratifying interesting to the guest5.lime :
: ... Executive Authorities of the State ing and fishing on the ccast of Florida, tlement of the land claims and advan- Indians and to the ocean renders expression: of their gratification is we

of Georgia should persevere in praying that a .judicial tribunal, with tages of a plantation on the reserve this necessary.: He repeated that believe, unanimous-and we take this opportunity *

acts, of encroachment upon the'territories maritime jurisdiction, may be established near the Navy Yard at Pensacola.i i he did not oppose the grant. Congress with which to express 0Tir Citizens the feelings have of enjoyed pleasure l

q secured! by a solemn at Key West; referred to the Mr. 111 ham moved an amendment, had a right to grant lands if the politeness of the Officers of the social

.; Treaty to the Indians, and the laws' Committee on the Judiciary. which being accepted by Mr. White it pleased.. But as there,' had! been vessels, which have been stationed here,

t of the 'Cuiun remain unaltered, a Mr. Vanburen, from the Commit-1: its modification of his original resolution already two townships taken up in -

!upptraddedobli ationeien higher tee On the,Judiciary, to 'whom was u-aS incorporated into it ; and Florida, he thought these might Forj/Icaion.for Pensatola

t than ihfcl' of numan authority referred the bill entitled an act to after a few words from Mr. Cocke, I as well be located in Arkansas, Copy\\of a Iftter0 tht Feb.Editor 12th-lS27., datedASflINOTON .

will compel 'the \Executive of live authorize the Governor and Legi- inquiring if there were not already a Michigan, or in ome other part DF.AH Siu-The suggestions, which J

l United States to enforce the laws, lative Council of Florida to provide Jaw in existence on this subject, which of our territory. Out of all the fonv'artted to you, some days sinc
and fulfill the duties dfthe Nation for holding additional terms of the Superior would render it unnecessary to 'institute lands of Florida, there are only dressed by me to the Military Committer and,

I by all the force committed for that Courts therein," reported it nn inquiry, the resolution was agreed four or five millions of acres worth in were the forwarded Report to the I enclose Chief Engineer to-day, ,
purpose to his charge. That the i iI without amendment. to. cultivating hoped these would ; there is no intimation unfavorable to tin

arm military! force will ,be resorted -'; Wednesday-Feb.. 7. Wednesday Jan. 24 not to be taken tip on grantswhich Navy Yard and Depot, and Fortification

I : to onJf in the event of the The bill making an appropriation 1lr.V urts moved the House to allowed them to be reserved. for to defend them at Pensacola, on the cpn ,
trary there is the recoramemlat J >:
; : failure of all other expedients provided for the removal of the.1Jar., at the ast take up the hill for the relief of the five years. in favor of it and strongest a.lso for an appropriation! ,

r by the 'laws, u pledge has pass'of the mouth -ofPaccogoula river, New York'a.Rd Pennsylvania Asylumfor Mr. Vinton made a few observations -I I fear it will not be granted, in consequent,

been: givtn, by the forl'am.ce to and for improving the harbor reof, the Deaf and Dumb. on the bill. According to of their having noofficers as they alledg'--

I employ it al this tijnc. It is flub wasjcada third time The question being on the amead- the arncudrnejir the lands I The government ai-I' now pledged to go en
au.11ascd. must be iU
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txi d>Jay"d under any pr trxt. The work t.) a secure passage: from Charleston, in By tbe following copy of a letter, from the bends and her is ,
ciectird on :bt.:) Rosa is engine construCted -
b? a magnificent one South Carolina Savannah in Col. Bomford toCol. White, itwilibe seen
\ours .*ctfullv, that on the most approved plan of the
rrsp as of
early as the 6th January, our anW
Jos. M. vviirn:. Georgia, and St. Mary's, to die head Delegate addressed to the proper authoritya low pressure principle. She is 105 a

ENGINEER DEPAKTMKST, ? of the river St. Johns, and open to the letter, requesting Military supplies For the fett keel, breadth of beam 22 1-2 feet .

JJiuhi1Jgt07l, February 7, 1827. SInJ purchasers of the unappropriatedlands Militia of our Territory. A reference to it and 131 tons burthen. () t of ens\\tQ\a.

have the honor to report to you, on both sides of that river a- :, will show that, by the time tlie.Menorial ap.
that the plans, estimates, and memoir, on 'bout plying to Congress for arms reached \Vasaiugtou To comply with the terms of the ARRIVED. I
defence of Pensacola Harbor, have to be ofiered at public sale, an for
; .e it is probable that the crder for contract carrying the mail three March- S. Transport Florida .
Baker 4I
received at this Department from theJjuaid I access to those important markets ,
bct-n I supplies had arrived in Florida. times a week, she must perform the I Tampa Bay via. St. Mark, with one
of Engineers: tnat i is, HS far as they for their future !
productions.From ORDNANCE DEPAKTMINT, > ; of U.
between the
cities company Infantry, commanded
I passage two in by
relate to a Fort to !be erected on Santa Ro- one
Is-la'.id, at the entrance into the harbor. :. such an improvement, which I MAitig/NBt, :i/i Fcl- ;- S day.-Rigistcr. Lt. Allen.-Passengers. Mrs. De CaJnp
va the committee are assured can be com I Sir,-.Your letter to the Secretary .i family and servant, Miss Senac, Majr.
The wuik i.> one of great importance, and I Captain Urittiugham, of the brig Panther, .
.i>ons;.l''rahlr magnitude ; lu-in calcula- pletcd for ten thousand dollars, an : of War, of the 6th ultimo, be has referred at JN'ew York, from Havana, states that theaction Thos.Clark.Wright B. D. and 2 servants and, Capt. Isaac ..
Wright Esq. servant.
I-.1 I f.ii00 guns, HO mortals and 2$ carr appreciation of these lands, to an extent to this Department. And iii : between the British sloop of war and 6U. S. Revenue Cutter Louisi

IIl.1J.S : aiu the ;airison time OIIWaC.j very reatly exceeding that sum, answer, I have the honor to, inform : Spanish corvette, as mentioned below,in an Capt. Jackson, Key West.-Paste. nge aliI"J.
,extract of letter .
c-ornjtcd at 50 JI'U. and in time a wa occai n 4 by the I Col. G.Walton.
ii.f aul to sustaiu a sig.12ti.... Thei may therefore be con Jcnthexpccted.. you, that Cols. Clinch and Brosko, British vessel, taking the Spanish for a I

i ..- o!the coaslt:: action, including materials. Iu\'oh'ingthc exercise of an nn- commanding the U. States1 troops at I I slave ship. The commander of the former ENTERED.

"... ,. He (MX). questionable power of the Federal Pensacok and Cantonment Brooke, was severely woondcd ; the second lieutenant March 5.-Schr. St. Antonio, Batch

\lthtl1h! it is }hirhly desirable that the (Government, over one of its Territories have been advised by this Department I and one man of the latter were killed New-Orleans. .
ir th- defence of Peiisarula should! ] and several men Britishsloops .
y -rks : presented to the considerationof that whatever additional wounded. Two 7-Schr. Hesperus, Haskill, Havana, 7 ..
j .- inm"iiced as early as pos;;ihlo, i in order military sup- of warwere craitiug off Havana. days-Caigo to J. C. and C. C. Keyser
41.: ai 'i\1 ptoirctioii to the Naval Ehes the U. States'troops or militia in Extract from a letter from Havana, dated of this City andJ. B. Toulmin of Mobile.

at that place, and to secure (\> >ur the House arid a l letter from the Deleuate that quarter{ maat any moment 1st Feb--The Critisk hip ()f war S"JI l CLEARD.

.' .j'" Of'\\ar. a> \>eli as: t(i our numcieu* of Florida addressed: to the require, would be promptly furnished la, Capt. Hudson, fell iu with 15 miles to March 2.-Schr. Thorn, Campbell
i ,k4 'ltr5iU \t ",,,i'K tia,1iiijj in the Gulf of : the westward oftime )101'0., the Spanish New-Orleans. Goods N
chairman of the committee, and making : irom the Arsenal] at Baton Rouge pri- Cargo Dry by
'.h'' !'''>, ih(* ad\antni' s> hich that harbor vneercorvctte Diaua, of 20 guns and 200 ;. H. Alleu, nnd F. H. Nisbet. .
\. ,<.ild <.! tlltt. ill the e tnt )t'a change oi part of the report ; accompanied the most convcniert place from which men from porto Rico and a cruize. Capt.H. 3.-Schr. Elizabeth, Forsyth, New-Or-

-'i 't Uttinii. with anytuiei;:!ia power, the by a map ofa Spanish survey chart Mich supplies can le furnished to the I fired agun at her to bring her to. which leans.-8500 bricks by J. Forsyth. __,

1 1 --Mitincnt is lift. al tlijs tnnf. pu-ptiivd to founded on an examination of the frontier now meiuced by the Indian the Diana returned with two plins, killing SAILEED.
.-.tjiUJifiH'c tin- \'ujl- ". lui tl..* Wiiut of oiriMS one man, on board the Scylla'. A shot March 2U. S.
coast Florida, by thc order! flf the :'. Ship John Adams, J
of J.LIZiI;: ci* 'I'-posalik1\ fr thft ser- action took pl.ce; when the'Diana struck. I Wilkinson Esq. Commander, cruize'
on a
-hotililit unticr all! circuinii'inccs. Secretary of time Navy, and an extract :- I have: the] hoior to be Sir
\n to: : After-being detained one night, she was sent 6.-IT. S. Ship Lexington, Wra. B. Shu-
itf t.1c-'w.1 l ail% j..lhlf' to cmmncnfthem from time letter of a gentleman; Your, most obedient Servt. in here. brirk, Esq. Commander, ou a ctuize.U. .

r ir\t; _\ ru auin (It itt)' th u:
t.iiirta f fll' j.ti\MitajeoUiv! ompo\ed.! in ma- of practical science-all of which that on Saturday last WILLIAM B. mcr, on a cruize.
11 !
On Ordnance
fur Hercice
l Jiu; |jr ttrv airanseiiients!: com- render it to measure its probable Ion. J. (JiLE<5, Esq. was elected, by joint ballot of -' -- ----....
easy M. White.
< that tune tl.v
: !tWif"' 4 J n.m at by csta- both
houses of the Legislature, Governorof I'ENS&COLA, 1st March
that of iIlCUll icl- 1827.
lilMniK'i! uf \'. hanes and piocuriii" inate- cost ; cost being
I 'Irjf'mia, fur one from the 4th of I.'ILL receive 'till
year proposals the 20tz!;
ri.dc. "v.ha \irt% to pu M cuting;; the oporati. crable amount, and to be incurred only In the Northern papers we observe the March next, to fill the vacancy occasioned L day inclusive of the present month, tOt

': v,iuii iir alter these! pieparatorysliuu'.J after the previous examination, and following paragraph: by the election of John Tyler to the Senat-: furnish with

..n" .iimnvut be olVccted, should favourable: reportof United States' A British Br: hidden cut out of the of the United States. II P1USR -
( ('IiE(''', see fit to fornUh the necessary harbor DEEr,
of Neuvitas by tiC pirates and the From the East Ftnrlfo
Board of Engineers and the \voik Jhraltl
"'1'IJlopri&1tioll lor that! pnipose.llispet ; the Troops of the U. S. Army, thatare off
and Captain badly wounded. She was subsequently Copy ofa letter to the Editor dated,
.t fully suhmitted. practicable successfully executed be stationed
may at, or within
retaken the'lcinity
by the U. S.
Frigate HimscofReprrsentutirtStJun. 10th 1827.:
Al'EX.: 31 I \( ():MIL bciiii! calculated as well' to sub- ." of, Cantonment Clinch and Pensacola
SIR I received the last mail
I Major (;r ii. C/iirllgintfr. future I by from the first of April I
serve the interests of the Un'r- The.following- the correct account of ensuing until tho
To tilc IIoi. J.\vi s 1\hBlIl1; the four or five complaints, against the 31st of March 1828 inclusive.
ted "States in : and war, to enhance occurrence which gave rise; to the
/:, '. pe-ice
l.rTLttlr.11 oj: // ubo\e. officers of the Government in our Ter- THC BEEF will be required to be de.

the vuluc: of very exten- Toe: Uritiah merchant ritory and tho poious complainingwill livered to the Troop on two days in cacti
('.1".1/ 4'iffl Idler to (he Editor ila'nl sive tracts of public}; land about to BrigSir Fran- week oftener
or as be
cu IjUIO1" lying- in the Uiver Segua la expect me to institute some inquiry may ( day
\\ ,\ lll\jTO, Fch. 7th, l 12-- be sold ; the comir.ittee referring to (;.r.inde" (not A'cuvitasJ about 60 miles however to be designated) in such quantity as may
DI\H: Siu-I sent! by this :\lail: aTIl'IHI.t the accompai\im: evidence, 'iid the to \riImdv41cI of Muianzas, was attacked intie or proceedingwhich be requisite for their rations on each day.
much I be to from
} of tho Commitieu of [nails advantages srhlcli: 'he cUI f'lI1pl.t''d I ; r' .:Si''t tj.ut-$ by 15 or 20 men in a large might disposed : And deem it necessary to apprize those

,- and ( 'inil; by which you will see improvement : : .; Toieaii/e! H.t 'e I I rin..ev.re: reeiI.4 1 by the crew of the a belief of its necessity, I cannot, i who may offer to contract for this supply;
}j-I..t that beef
14 14t : lM.gun: ,! lost three killed tbe without ending as the basis of any i BO but the best which the mar-
that 10,000 dollars 1is been proposed consideied: it thefollowing Capt.: oflI.t.
lo ket
expedient Jtperf can afford will be received
.: tir.j.-: ',' ,* daii l investigation letters not intended ; and particular -
I \ : erously wounded : private -
1.H\- by u i
the obstacles! I
for !
:. removing bill : 'misU-tball! tliro1 attention must be had to the butch-
the breitst-H. B. M. for exhibition ina public office I
iween: St. Mary's and St. Joiins. If [/llic lust Motion: of tue Bill approjtri-J: :i: ::HHlp ofwut Lr.pifj'-le, then lying in Ma- ering thereof.-A rigid inspection of it
;: the!: of the Engineers hud att- :<: 10,0011.(> for -poniu.r; the tli.tnuo:! uJ: I &; which I d%iiot feel myself at liberty will always be made.Unquestionable .
surveys UiiZis: seal two floats and 20 or 30
and returned houldIm'e inland inniiianon I ji-atSiu.:: uosti the 5.lItIT's : men to file thnre. I would thank all those and ample security
been: made we to tac! possession of the l
:\ liver I "laiucfit Ainuii.Ui:ii-l l and! rig-andendea. who consider that they have just will be required for the faithful performance -
thousand lor vor to take time, ,
The U.
;, gotten: twenty o- pirates. S. Fri-
the Continent to the St. & iiirAnil ot'the contract.
send it in the
,atc Co. jtt-Il.uion: then in around complaint to
tho communication between lying the Ha-
ppniiiir -f('lion :!ud jtiovidestnat: tl 1'I''t Persons offering: to contract for this
St. Anlnw'sppahchi'ola.) The shall not :jo into i-pfriitiou until the l II. S.EuiiiiH'cis yasa (.fai.HJi: ) got under way and sent 4 form of an affidavit, or petition, which, supply will make their proposals in writing -

lia\,' exauiined the and Fftvoratilv (' bo.iUin.l 'ue hinidn-d men on the same is the only legitimate mode, ami I
Committee; will not, ho\\ ever! report i.io i .. when the sealed, stating in a single bid tbe
>' 'vice latter aimed
ported : to a ste llr-Ju".l < !iunii"lopcujd ; ra the hall not fail to have it promptly and rate pound for which they will ,.
any: Bill without a previous survey. for that !liu-er, the Bi'ti ili bo. s hu.l taken sup
bciud sum. posjitMiofthe .
the "ly
You will! ocrceive.. that in this case i\....- Brig which I had been desert- satisfactorily to.

i it was only to ;improve an existing eu b J\ :-icr ,ivtnev_ !iad taken refugein interest of the people and of a few A. "VV. Thornton, Lt.

ruxiu.iiion; of WhiCh they had an accurate On tie) first page will be found a ; the Town of :kgui-ilii.; BLuish and Amer. officers conflict, there will be no hesi- 1-2r. A._C. S.. I

chart law, authorizing the location of a i iCtfl !boats conjunction' took every prac- tation on my part which side to take, :

Township of Land for a Seminary of tic-tbl.: measure to iinti! the dsj.iedatcrs no matter in what relations of friend- LEON AC.DE11TTaLLua,1
1 aru, very respectfully, but -without
Your Ob't. Scn'uJos. Lcarnin: : in Florida, &c. and we are Burton was subsequently success. The brougnt Sir Francis into .ship or hostility I stand towards them. 'E

glad, in publishing; thi!:> law, to be ableto the Havana, and -it said her I cannot however act upon rumour, or ,
M. White.Mr. .. was (;apt. was TO\V i iii operation, under the superintending .
Committee give our readers 01.rlllte's opinion recovering ol his wound.I upon private letter-many charges* ..L care of the Rev. Henry
Mercer, from of it, contained iu the following are without doubt groundless, others White, A. M.
(,fl Uoads and Can ,ls, to which tIle ktter >tracts of a Letter, from Ccmnodore
: to the Kditor.llaifitngtan. well founded, for which offenders In this institution will be taught all the

Mibji-ct, bad been reii-rrec!, made the I Ja'. { )/h If27. I'.ated(-itI21 at to Kcrc.t a gentleman! in Pensacola, high or low, ou ht to be brought to branches in the Latin Greek and English

following Ih:.\R SIR,-Vou will peiceive by the} citad on board the Lib- trial and dismissed.If sciences, necessary to a complete
1'eli. .!O. 18:.!;'. ,
HE PORT : f congressional proceedings that a Uill hat M\ lien ; there is. in the education
they (tiie Spaniards thing improper
) proclaimed any
patit-d, and iccvived the !sunrtion ot'tl.t l'ie- Lectures on Natural and Moral Philosophy -
That, ainoivj tlie subjects of hurrRitl I siuent, anthoxi iug the location of t'.c! i tiiat tlicy! \ cre blockading me, and a Indian contracts, or the manner in and Astronomy, delivered for tha

impro\ement submitted to tbenvo I Towiuliip c>f liind -rranty by the act o i lv-i.5.i : uiMn.-K-lcd :bchr: : which 1 was converting which they are executed, let it be benefit of the Students.
a with
: tiation:: of the Committee: no for a seui'uuuy ol learning in r'loiidn, \\ est! I tlJr'.-c b"g Uiiganline., they should four also friga ha-.c'ts and placed in such shape as to be tangi Examinations and exhibitions rendered
I told
i of the Siuvauaee in of Terlitory
or auy p.irt tlic at the close of each session.
ha'hecn icjrarded as more iutc- that If have
I ble. the not
one: ) brigs was pnIllic
ny cruizing siVJit surveys
: "ilabt of the Appaiacliicola ricr"in It is the design of the Principal, that:
resting to the safety: of the inland 11:1v'rjation ol J-u] cuatie, and the other destroying all been conformably to law and instructions -
I *Lctiuis. The u.ct of 18-3: only {r avc ttntirt ;\o this institution become permanent, it"
: ; of the United States or niort; Tuicnships in Ka-, and \Vest; florida iic. trjde L-ctwtLMi; :: .Yhitauzas a.uu"r\'eu: vitas. let us have the evidence in some suitable encouragement be gi'en.'fUITION .

easy' of execution, than the extension, meaning in the ian-.l Districts of those Uhilel was thus necessarily employed distinct form. If the road has not
two sections, which \vas by no moans as they captuicdciijhtsai}, six which :
where necessary! along tIle Ailactic I heen made the only remedy -
i beneficial to us as acts: making similar they destroyed and two are now here. 1st CUm' 10 per session of 5 calen
seaboard, (If &urh sboit canals, across : grants, mother States amid Tcritories-aimy; I We have captured ten altogcthei-two I now is the arrest of the officer der month

.. ihc peninsulas: which now intercept ; 'fowlltiIJ Eat ofSuwannee free of private sent to Vera Ciuz-one being: very -valuable charged with it, which will not makeit 2tl 'Class S 15. 3d Class 20.

::1 h: .t J LnLr! contemplated navigation, abiirdl : claims! uoui'l beuorth nothing and the provision (say $ (3OOO3)-'thz) other! a fine rait any better- The Secretary of War Reference to Ccl. Robert Butler anl
continuous rind : to locate in an entire body also greatly ed Schooner: fit fur the scnicIt ::-. of Tallahassee Doctor
H'liderit uniform .' ordered and the report Governor Duval .
diminished if!: value. 'IheTouiuhip! ; i' pn-posterous in them to sv: *hey an of
Nicholson and McBride, Gads-
ibji ubont: ) ; so as to be, ier vessels I of Appalachieolaso far as it inttucivs: with' blockade us, \viien our hris.: and our prizes;; of Capt. Clark was favorable, or den Squire January 24th. 1127.

; pl'MiiiaLle: draft, secure in war from the I the} claims of pre-. tUptoIlero\: will also be I come in *.* they please, in open clay. They at least that it could not be better' county. ;*

{.-pifdaiions of a, maritime foe, mid 1 I located in sectioas-1. consider i this act cannot IJlod..adeaHd, since they done for that sum of money. Congress : NC\V ESTABLISHMENT.-
orth to vat Teuitor the sum of one huu- l have rc-vlucod their force to two tjigatesand 1
of )
from time the I makean
" ::i j peace dangers sea, cannot do thing but
dieci thousand DuliarsKir, time important a brig they dare not. The other diy auy The
,.dj..< a hazardous coi5vIn : : I 1 under additional which I ,
: PUI'"IlCS| education. 1 do no: concur inuuiniui. got \ ay \\ ilh the suadiun' and appropriation, .. .
;: fnrtlic-rantc of this sentiment, \\ jib Miiue )C1SOm1s ill tiie Tt'rrit"IJ wont out, when Lnborde made all sail from I shrill ask for as soon as I get throughthe ;.

i tir t'& :ll1nittce had designed j to comjHIfjiid tL.it the! i.tirJ- IIhJIl; now to be sold, ai.avesltd I me-When I hove about to come in, I law for the othr-- Roads. An i idea Earie Tavern
[ iiiiiocK t rhull\.. urieii the United '\ uld scarcely see him. This does net
.mmcaI embra-
in been wasted : -
i ; a report, look like blockade." that appropriations
Stdh'': hav"- !xo.it a.i j n.oir Ims:: ill iiienu"hbom t -
t ;hit: mv.ny objet ts reiorred to tbeni! a i Li I. ,iftie; s"n; 'J1I.ltilh'.I: : .'. TO snail O it would! jive me great pleasure! to would incline them to refuse those AN'DTRAVELLER'S

rc-comiH'ndatioH! of a survey, wth: h be .I ,'.-Ialai 1 Ii r 1'i-ni lb bettleuicut} uud show: uiy Mexicans 'It }Pensacola. amPs asked for, for the King's Road, &,c. REST.

VK-W : the future lenunal -.ftKe Ii"! c;:.' ". .1..1. \!li.i. if Con::-re.were it pass lid ofln! m. saw them when in The officer tharred with the Road Subi'Cnberinfol'11\s the

itruciioi.s, orsmucli of thi ine ..J j..L\.. ui.i. -.t; 'u.1 tlie ..Ic' oi'o'jrs 0:1 a civCi" an uuj.olij-ii} :! --tatc,-they are dilTcrrnt he- ofVar THE pub.
: i.-
ill was ordered by the Secretary lic, that he has opened a house
; .. wiiole SHOW, altogether: ) men could learn
< : : f.
i-i. :! I''M .4 L' u iiC ]>a\-.
borders! the Tlorida Coast and: its"width 15 feet I labile Entertainment in the ..
:; osperidiyattliat i.i:..rii ir.'id1.-, .:. j \ l''ii.lg liiu i\Uuey, thus luster" no 1:1\ could behave better. 1 to reduce to ,- ,
I1cushier.tlIe i Ii'-:r !)*_'- ha\ of thousand house formerly occupied by Maj. Hall
\ i .tis d .t: u. g""t sj'-: uf ihe tall':. iMiiI a1firdItig m\cr: seen a Ship worked better or think an apprcpriation ten
.nd ,1 be ,..' '. iiiis. better manured-and those then the for that Vurp'ose, fronting tbe public
twcen Ameli.i ?t'mtu j'5jacentcominent : <:i : :'; !' d. t.it : t& i I' :11.11111.1 tiol1 I Iml ; are dollars can be gotten, at this or _
: which iir.crcfjts the ml} mri; the pu> !1.<:,0' r ... h-k! ): ;IL CHitCi I : ,) sen'al: thing: IMy squadron, altho' session to repair the road fromSt. which he has fitted up In a convenient -
*?tat '- Uauk. afti i i.t..Cdug Miih Jlurul small looks "cll. ThKh tint the last you manner for tbe rdcepliort cf tra
approach! from the Day uf5t. iiai."slii .t'; might} be ieiuired{ hy tiC exigeiuica of will hear of it, ifl recover" ( i oni_ an at- Augustine to Pensacola. I regret vellers and others. His table will,always

the river :St. John's. It i is one (>l"i'S ti.t' Cvtl.ItIy for immediate use: we !should tack Fever) and can enjoy my health. : the dissatisfaction that exists in be supplied with the best which the

: -liorlest links in the cluisi of h.Lnd have a most valuable} fund, without re- relation to it and if there was any market can afford, and his bar with the
frumln.ln the of the The f1cor ia. which! contain > of No exertion will be
: nivtion!! which, leading: J.irding population 'ff.rrit\ry. paper, n within it shouldbe best liquors.
northern Indeed would be the best means of pro- letter from ( tiv. Troop to the Secretary of remedy my power wanting on the part of the proprietor,
tabll', ai-oss the first muting the nnpoitanl object of education, War, hating been taken from our office applied. There is none but an ad- to render general: satisfaction to thosewho

(ibMructitm in the nbove line: to Bu/- j and al the same tune ulVoidin;, facilities of by xome peisou unknown, we are unableto ditional appropriation, and no exertion may favor him with their company.His : .

;:..:.i's Bay, nrsy I h c: iducted! to the !I pui chase to plauteibhich the [.O\CJ in.it nt lay it before our readers todawe; shall be wanting on my part to stables are well calculated for a number

Wiers oifr l Muww u 1l'o\1uce of, do not allow! at their sales it will at.,) be will endeavor: to publish it !hi cur Uf xt. have that, when it can be done, without of horses-and a good and attentive

another means of defeating speculator- -ic1ecatcc' c)CtCl'tteJ; other interests nwndl Ostler will atall times be at hand. /
Texa. class who fatten on the mUerits: of the poor jeopardizing Families, or Gentleman who may wfcb,
Commit- n asll Uton Feb. 8th.-The Secretary } the people of East Florida arconceriied.
the and the unibi
The river St. Jnha?, lunate./ can be ac ommod.J.ted'ith private :1partmcnts. ,- )

loe are u&un.'d afloros; at present, The Acsylum Kentucky have nUo ai- ofr"ar, yesterday communicated TlC Quarter Master i

from its mouth, to- the soutiiJrn! ex- thoriH to 1 locate suth part of their land asascoveredbythe to the House of Representatives General presses his satisfaction j Geo. Fisller.. -- -,
\\ claims; of settles, on of his subordi-
letters from Duval
f feet Governor with the proceedings Tallahassee Dec 1 5f..i1tImifli8trftOJ"S
of Amelia Island ; ,
entity eyjit oti.l'i'; lauds ill iectionswhichfis: ) a COllIo.U.UL'th.c < _
rind the the condition with the Road,
Sub-Agent, on officer charged
IN high as Lake Geortie, or fur a distance inJicailoU of the Opinion of Congress, nate
of one hundred miles and *m sixIVct that their claim would not have precedence of the Florida Indians, from and an application for an arrest Sale.

; thence for-miles to of tho,e claiming pre-emptions. This opin- which it i is inferred as probable, that would of course be disregarded and, if D Y permission of the Hon. County

water of ieu of the National Legislature ut war they will in future be unable to derive granted, would do us no good. I) Court for'the County of Escambia I
Like Monroe, near the centre with theopjiiiou ofsoiue wise: men in and soilor will expose for sale_ foe<< ash to the highest -
subsistence from either the respectfully.
{' .11e Florida. out of the 'territory, 1 think they will nol locate I: am very bidder, at 12 o'clock M. on Saturday10th

shoal between Amelia Island in Florida. the forest, in that portion of the Your obd't servant, February 182, in front of the CourtHouse

The I arc very respectfully, Territory in which they are located, Jos. M. White. In the City of Pensacola as the

and the continent, oue mile and a ball Your Obedient Servt. and which is deemed inadequate to property of J..M. Ft-unc deceased

inlcng'h is reported to the Committee Jos. M. White. _
lines were communicatedfor
their The Secretary suggests the following
t-J be covered with four feet water the support propriety, of providing for the Gazette by friend, who informs &C 1! i1< o i4isaLdCty

tide and 1 lc eXposed at were written by a younla
at high that they
House of Representatives- their removal productive USp tIdSa1 tot shall not
to a more thirteen of !ifl ; an? if
twelve or years age.
the of
tbo to be t f cbby so as December 18:1$ 5 country, or of adopting some other bring a sufficient sum of money to pay
adjacent nivurable water; and, consequently Sir-You are aware that by a decision of for their relief. -Journal 0 toi,qd eje crois dn de-mes amis, the demands,which may have been filedagainst
so tlevati-d as to be impassable the Secretary of the Treasury of the United Et pour qm mon estime est si grande. ; the Estate of the said deceased

at any time b- a vessel drawing States, the settlers of Florida, within Mobile February 24. Qn'il me.soot aujourd'hui permu, 1 haIl proceed immediately, at the same

To the boundary of the selection made under The new Steam Packet and U. S. De te presenter une orande.DanS time and place, to sell Lot N,. 171 in said
than four feet deepen -
more an act of Congress for the benefit of the cc myrte qui ne Fanejaraais: ,
or cut around this shoal, a six feet Deaf and Dumb Asylum Kentucky have JMaill3oat Colombia commanded by Vou 1'embleine de m6iamitid, ; City.

channel would admit: from St. Mary'sto taken a considerable portion of the laud. I Capt. Leach, recently arrived from Quije 1e prouverai desormais M. Crupper

tbo brad of the river St. John's} a feel myself authorized to say to you, that New York, we understand will commence I Etre, de La plus grand sinccrit. I. Clerk.and .liciD. .J w-.

; from a"conviction that the location can be this Port 1 -l. -. SALE O.TrOUD:
her between :
six feet
vessel drawing not more than trips =:; -
I advantageously in Arkansas,
made more of WLWr4TTp The advertised above is postponed
and N Orleans in the early part :
water. but more especially out of respect to your ,
objections to a further location next week. She was bunt expresslyto INFORMS bit friends.nd. the pub- until,
but repeated
So that beside the short csJ -
sential link of an extensive chain of in Florida, it is the intention Hf the Agentto transport the mail, three times a 41 lie generally that he tfeep* the Saturday 81st Marcb, next.
complete the location of the Township in and her cabin is 2L.a.zz'
inland sea board navigationwhich: : this the Territory Arkansas. week, by contract J and will take great.pleasure in accommo \L Crupper,

short excavation \,,ill supply, it will at 1 am very respectfully, beautifully fitted up for the accommo- dating those who may favor him with, CltrkPcnjncol

the same time perfect, for steamboats Your Obedient Servt. dation o(50 passengers. The Boat their custom. *' >, 13th Fcbruvy, IS27,

drawing less than six feet water, T. P.! Moore.- copper faste&edj and coppered to TtUahmC- 10th T-:])'.. IX >_ l-13t :

1 <:

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COURTof Brick I Lime Lathes
( (()mmUmQ
1 Qm
EXTENSIVE Florida. ed.
t \\\\\UetteYB)1' WILL purchase dr
November Term, 1826. contract fr
Pensacola. I l
Or Flowers of JLitcratiir, Sale by Auction,. at HAS JUST RECEIVED supply of. e

THE subscrib- NEW YORK"ANDELIZABETH Francisco'Ronal.}o xecutor of ], 300.000 BRICK, 8 inches
Wit and Sentiment: N Th ATLAS FROM 3sr lone 4 do
ers being anxious lEft 'tilE AND TIIOKXFHOM. the Estate of Domingo Salas: wide, and 2 do. thick. ,

vs. p
FOB 1827. '
to disposeoftheir6tock [ NEW ORLEANS, Fernando Moreno Seniornnd 3SUPfcRTOli o.. 36,900 BUSHELS common shell lim'"
Office. of the Saturday Ev. Post ? of of 6,900 BUSHELS of Lime
CHOICE supply Domingo Olivier. j made of
Philadelphia, Dec. 2. 1826. 5 A live shells.
Goods, will expose Groceries in addition films day came the said Complainant Oyster
lAteraA -
(TRUE: : CASKET erjlrru.er! of \ to his former stock, amon.', i .L Benjamin D. Wright Esquire! his 100,000 LATHES
< furr, Wit and S tj'1t'1lt. which has the entire parcel for sale at by 4 feet lone
1 had an unprecedented increase <..f .patrons which are the following ar- I Solicitor, and it appearing to the Court, teririg. fopla3.
I ticks Fernando Moreno Seniorand
the last six months will,after AuctionWITHOUT that the said The
; Seignclte'slralHl are to
number 1 Pipe Superior Cognac Brandy Dorningo Olivier are not inhabitants! be of the bet
01. is finished each
the and
present quality delivered
) failed at the
and they having ;
well o this Territory, Navy v .
40 octavo printed above
RESERVE 1 do. OKI Holland Gin, the complainant's high water mark as
the finest to appearanti alfnV41f': require.l
mall handsome type upon the mechanics h,
OR I Hhd. do. Jamaica Hum, law. It Is therefore and most
their Storein to
12th March nextat bill herein agreeably conTenitnt
s'itched covered and furnished .O n Monday t'
paper the, low price af"i' of Two Dollars andftfty the City Pensacola, the stock consists 7 Bbls. Ainericn Gin, f ordered that: unless the said: defendants the spot here they are to l.e U\e'd')
at will
also Ue
French 8 do. New Ofkans'RmD, here or before: the subjeci to -
Casket of Printed Muslins do on lne
The a
is in part, appear
cents from per annum.the choicest pieces of the and English Prints and Plate Callicoes 15 do. Old Whiskey, first! day of the next term (7f this Court, tobe i inspection of the I Yard: upon delivery rl*
3 do. Peach Braniy, Brick must be delivered e
of May between l&
made with a reference Furniture Chintzes. Colored Worked holden on the first
t Saturday E'cllingPost 8 do. Cider and \Vinc Vinegar. hill of l April next and I last of <
and 6-4; 4-4 and and the complainant's slay.Bond : .
to the difference which should Muslins: 9-8 Jacconets i2 Casks MadeiraVne, next, answer
6 Cambric White and Colored Bordered herein the same shall be taken as confessed with approved
of .4
exist in the materials a weekly paper, 2 do, Cohnanar it). security will fe
and those of a m ontldy\ publication, the I J aCCJI,et Cravats, Madrass Handkerchiefs 1 do. Old Port do. against them. reqiurcd for the faithful execution oftf\...
t Priitttd and Check Handkerchief's is further ordered that the fore- contract for the Brick and
Andit Lime
former of course enriched with essays : do. do. Bottles and UI';
I poetry, anecdotes, and those set oil oy a !, Sarcenetts, Senshaws, Levantines, 2 do. Malaga, 'jiug be published in the Pensacola contract: wilf! be closed whenever acce't .

recital of the occurrences of the week. : Sattins, Florence, Plain Figured ColoredI I 3 do. Claret, Gazette, once week for the space of ble proposals are submitted. :&

The latter can receive little value from I I I a lllack (Jrt)>s de Naples Barege White 30 doz. do. four months and once a month for two Saml. II. Oveiton

\ of which Black Levantine Shawls Book Cider months thereafter.A ,
& mere detail. of cve'lti.; many .Tulle 10 Luxes Cumstock
would cease tu be interesting before they Muslins, Gentlemen's and Ladies' Gloves 11 BLIs Newaik do. true Copy from the Record. Navy 4genr.

were recorded. Tapes, Pins Buttons Hombazines, and I 10 Jo. Troy ale, Alttest, Pensacola! 1st Jan'y 1827- tf.

I Pnmbazctts Flannels, Baize, Porn London porter, YV. Hasell Hunt. (n1'hie: Editor of the Mobile

I The vast quantity or matter crowded, 1 Plaids, Check Superfine Bleached, Shirt. 6 Hhds. first quality N. 0. Sugar. C'lk. Sup. C't. W. >'. cia, I Register will pfcuse insert thl Commt'

by small type anti careful arrangement, ; i ings and ShCl Lings, Irish lla.maand:" !: 10 1bls. do. do. 1826 38 in Ins papertf.WISH : ahve

Post will in the I If/00; Us Loaf Sugar, -\>4m and m2111.
i t Saturday Evening I Hosiery, and a variety ofOlhel' staple nancy : Superior
JIi course of a month, furnish the most ample f articles. loOO do. tin l Lur.p do. OXEN.l

materials from which to lot m an interesting ALSO 5(1 boxes: Suupiu; Jjaige and Small Bar: PROSPECTUSOF to purchase two yoke of ,

: periodical work such as! the Casket -j 8 do. Shaving: c.o.' rate Oxen, to be delivery fir '

!i has been considered by hs partial Ueavor: Castor and Wool Hats Ladies' 10 do. Sperm Camlh-s, THE Navy Yard near IV jsacola. at tilt

iI friends, and such a? we intend: it shall be. and Men's Shoes, Negroes' Shoes Castings JO do Mold Jo. be young*, large and healthy. They nhb;

Notwithstanding the fact, that the Cask. I i Nails, Shovels and Spades, Patent 10 do. No. Chocolate. \ ;\laconrreg a ,
German anti Blistered Steel I, contain'mg Qf canisters aml 11. Over
ct: is butt collection from the columns p Ploughs : Packages ton,

Lfi of the Saturday Evening Post, we confidently Frying Pans, Axes '\ re..and Hair Selves, frsh Imperial, (iua Powder ami A WEEKLY PAPKK Azt.y ..1g"t; (.

predict, and indeed we are sanctioned : Tobacco, Pepper Pimento, Copperas, A 1. Young 11*son Tea, Penaacoh. lst January UL7.-4
Printed Macon Ga.5TQ :
in the experience we already him I Cogniac Brandy:. Old abut Superior 20 boxes fti'sh Muscatell and Malaga I at :1'

have, that its most numerous: patrons will I 1 Madeira,and Sherry Wine, Basket Sweet. liaisingd HE )ocal.tIva1itagesof the town of Cl\ve- --'- -- - -- .S --

Oil, Cotton 'irr an assoitnient of t ". in Keg, jA : ancinG .
be found among the subscribers to our Bagg) ; < Macon, as an emporium fur Literature -
weekly paper. A large number of those E.irthenV.re, Sec, &.c. The whole bein :- 40 boxes Pi'um-y, A3 well as Commerce,-jituated as it HUE suhscnber respectfully lhfona

vho take the "Post" depend upon that perhaps, the most valuable\ and extensive Almonds, Dried Currents, Capers is, almost in the very centre of the State ; JIlj fnends, that hen ill itillcon-jnuc!

t paper:. for the news of the \veelr-it is assortment were offered. at auction in this and Anchovies, :at the head of Navigation on a beautiful to draw Heeds, Mortgages, Bills of S-V.

i therefore read with .avidity by almost eve place and well worthy the attention 10 Bbls. Apples, river ; il. the heart of a new, fertile and Power ot Attorney and other ; strtreii:
d dried do.
I jfih where it i is of purchasers, as the Sale will be entirety > the inducements ofwritiug;, in the most
ry member < family received I do. I and tU'.a: general use frequently injures free.H 20 W.l; Pci.ttoor, that led to the proposed un on the usual terms and solicits a continu
: \ its so much as ahnost to TERMS. dertaking. ance of their favors.W. .
hII appearance ridles ill liji! 3tHIKl'g:,
: render it unfit for the file ana for bidding. All sumsnot exceeding g50 Cash l'i !I.l 01UII"1: The rapid strides: this infant settlement Hasell IIuut.

II The numbers too, by this general use, From., 50 to not exce dillg'l.5IJ-( :: months 1C !'a-s Oliic) Oil, has made, in the short space of four Peimcola 7th Dec. 1826.
are not unfrcquentlv lost: mutilated or 150 -' SOU: -3: ditto. Kiiji'.si: ; ami American ? Mustard tIC in commercial
I years ; importance a
entirely destroyed, and the fife tl.usbrdk- 300 u" 500-4 do. (iround flinger; ALpice (:Mov.-s,
of view it has SALE
point ORTpIIE
already acquired
ca.-The Casket is calculated to prey'en L Over 500 4 and 6 months, Ciiinninun: IS'titiueijs. Cayenne an:* the attention, the interest it where; JTO11 LEASE.

this inconvenience, .and to furnish at avery For approved esukrsed: notes: Black Pejipcr, every A : SUBSCRIBER oWers his
excites; the tide of business of capital; of MILL
cheap price all the useful matter 15 Mats ( .tsrt, *= ln the
ljI for which the weekly' paper would be de- Asaph Stone. :?(ViI( \\\ji\ !!:., :Idaad flock Shut assorted, talent, so rapidly flowing there ; already la for bALL property or LEASE vidnit-v I'ensaco- F
: I } thus F. 11. Nisbet. ( direct the public mind to the high destiny with an cxten..1.eC01tract
t 'sirable: when bound.-In giving a L) ) Jo. i.tM.l in small: bais,

permanent form, and select association to Pens cob. 23th February, 1827. JO Ki-gi :,\;ItI c Hall Gun Powder,"' which await;* it. for I \\\\\ ) r

rj the choice pieces of our weekly contributors .- 10 Bbl. \1).1 and i!, Mack rd i, Though there is already one neatly with the
i it is confidently anticipated that 1 do. Stthiion! printed paper in Macon, yet the tjfcvliar;' Navy Agent. The property ConSists -

new and successful inducements will be JUST RECEIVED 61'hlfBlJl!,;. Fulton Market Beef, sitiiJti'jn ofthe timei-the increasing: bi L- oflGOOarpunsofland, well! sn 'jihed

u tl t lield out for the exercise superior talent AND FUR SALE 5 BUk: Mess do. J..!R-SS of the place,-the intelligence, the wth; prime timber and two }IIl; Seats

and unuualcare in our literary department At the Pensacola J3ookstore 10 Bbfc. PI im'. Northern VcrL, public! spirit of the community-the increasing One prime the Mill having two saws in ope.

{1 -in addition to me recommendation I 20 Boxes Ht-Tihig, population wealth and importance ration' Landing now in use for crnjveyin -

/ neatness in the gem-Mi appear a complete and general assortment of .r;'JO( bunches Onion>, of this: section of the State,-call Lumber to the Navy Yard or any

:\ ar.ce-al\d particular alteration to tile typographical 1()>0<) Jbs. Large Cheshire! Cheese, ; loudly fur the assistance cf another Press; market in the bay of Mexico, ili.-s rot

11KK) do! 'mail du2000 exceed one fourth of a nn/e/ from
r \ \ execution it is our intention QUILLSsome which shall not only disseminate useful the

4 to embellish each number of the 'Cask- co. (To.;heu Butter, information, but advocate fc-arLssfv, TillttlGHrS -; mill, any person wishing to engage in business
1000 d.. Lard, of that kind would tlo well to cl
u with three handsome: Engravings! Of TUB TKOPtE :
.J ot them 20 Bbls fn-sh Flour ub cri.J
ojveiy superior quality. on the !
from the hndsofsome of the distinguished
t most "With regard: to the Political intended
; course
6 do. lice -
(crWantea of ,. l.'r.
artils.ef country. quantity Geese', Ea tf
to be
g1e and SWl.Iu' Winjrs.Pensacola 190 Sncksl.hei'jool; Ground Salt, pursued by the Editor, he Englisfh

With these claims to patronage, the I 1st } al'dI1826. 20( d. Blown de. presumes few remarks will suffice :__ The Mobile Commercial

1 'Casktt" will, as has been previously; ;I 16 Bags Green rutTec New Crop, He pledges himself! to no faction or cabal. will give thi;:: four insertions, two Advertiser in :
I afforded those Stone Tin Wuruily devoted to the of the tha
mentioned, be to ; wno sul and Wares, cause peoie [ City and
paper two the
I, 0ti. scribe for that paper exclusively at tLe lJy the President of the UuitetlStated. Letter Paper, writing and Wiapping [>: lid constant endeavor will he.to promote : per. Country nj.

,t low price of S 2.60 per year: a subscription : dr). their interests-h's highest ambition
fl which it is confidently believed, I; : OrAnges, Plantaias, Coco Nuts. &("., to merit their confidence.-Though I he

much lower than that fur any other: pub. fiN pursuance of Law: T, JOHX QUINCTAMS &:. &cJanuary doe not deny a preference to the principles \Vchbvi\lc \mi

lication of a similar character in tins ,I : Prcsideiit of the United States 12th: 1P27-If)-It.Fruit of one of the contending nart.itfh_ ..at aubscriher ,

country-but to tht: subscribers of liThe ofnICI'lca.- -- -., ,114-1.- ..:."-" .-.-h-j' ,,1.-,*..T...,..rn.... r...iiv...1. JlJ\.t..._I: ii_ ---- --Trees- Jl- I agitate this State,-yet such o I--measures- n THH Publ'u: that informs he ha.i ins: friends: ant!

Saturday EveningPo t" 1'lie Casket" known, that a Public Hale will be held at Grapes, C. and ouch: men, ONLY as to him may seem House of entertainment in opened a.
: this
Will be furnished tor 52.00 the Land Office at Tallahassee' in the Ter- best calculated to promote the public the accommodation of place for

ATKLNhUN & ALEXANDER, ritory of Florida., 011 the third Monday in i1IlR Subscri- good, will receive his support, without boarders, who arc not travellers and

ti. Phtladel pha.' May next, for the disposal of the Lands : .u. her, proprietor respect to the party which claims them. tion, he flatten' himself subject hat he to inebria

Subscriptions to the CASKET received situate witiiiu the limits of the following of the Linn an .-. Tne Editor sees '-' ith pain, the dilemma full satisfaction to those ww will can give

.5.1 this Ollice. described viz townships and fractional townships Botanic Garden and Nurseries, at Fiushe in which Georgia is placed, in regardto call on him. please to
: her relations with the
; ing near New-York Hers to furnish the General Government His table will be furnished with the
North of the base Hn Trees"und
public with such Plants as ther count! y affords, hn stables with
TOllDfp SaLE is ha! tenir. '. Without
Meridian.: may desire. The collection of Fruit > stopping to enquire good corn, and provender, together witha

ON Township No 3, 4, 5. & fractional town- Trees of all the various kinds, and also of whether in the origin of this dispute faithful and attentive Ostl'l.H &e:
rLJAL ships No. 6 and 7 of Rajige: No. 8, Ornamental Tices, Shrubs and Plants is !, she had justice on her side, hepledges 1 Public buMr.ttSs for this county i is:
HE Cargo of tIle French Fac.u Township No. 6, ii fractional far the himself to use his unwearied exertion
Ship township:] by most extensive and valuable transacted in tl'iis!' : place which: is ituatc4
c. tole. Capt. Delalue frcm lior- N0. 7of Range No9, 10, 11 12, .13, 3" in America.In :; to preserve tliti rights and dignit ty in the centre of the Chip.iU bettleinent.
of the ,
deaux State, and to avert the evils
consisting of inclusive.. addition to the immense acqui3itions that;
threaten to 31, Stoiie
Dgk/iik CASKS Claret Wine. South of the Base Line and East of the former years he has now above overwhelm her: In supporting ,
I the r.glits: of Georgia lie shall not feel Webbville, .Taclkson: County,
of the I
'lfP9P{ most aPI>ro\t or:
Brands ofthe a himself bound to Hija.il. with unmerited abuse January 25th 1 .';-.
vintageofl&JJ. No. and
Township fractional
: townships: the most choice Fruits the Government of'the United N. H. The na .Jc of the Post OtEce in
:I Nos. 3 and 4, of
Hange Xo. 1. rftates)
." : ; or to ascre to others : this: County hns bct-n the
2 the
: Pipe Old ; Hrandv evils changed by
Cognac Townships Nod. 2. & 3 of Range No. 2. which arc not in'poss'isi'mof3ny!' other which!
urijcn Dfpartni'jat from
may Ji'onlOur Stone's
Store \VebD-
Boxes Claret; me, .nae Nos. 2 & 3 establishment in this all own ii u- to
ery superior. Townships of Range No.3. country, which prudence.iierever.. in his vdL.-4S---4,\..
Fractional Township No.2, of are announced in the Catalotjes of lti'2G. opinion,
80 do. prunes No. 4. Range The asaortmcul of GRAPHS: cousiilsof censure may be deserved it t.1IIJot} be L. M. Stone P. I.

40 half ditto do. abose withheld.As a {;LURUUS, in feelings __ _ _
The -
Townships are to be offered in and interest, he will -
300 contend
Sweet 01.? strenuous 11'nIt:1;
the order in which 250comprising KINDS: I for : \ OiTicr,
/ they are above de. ly iota bf her
80 Box Olives rights As a (1 leicej
Capers, Anchoi-3! -r :
and Peaches. : signated, beginning with the lowest number the finest Wine and Table ; bat of the Martyrs of the Devolu Jau. ltr/7 Ib27.LL .

200 do. Cologne Waters. of Section in each township. CraTes of France, Germany, Italy ami tion, every attempt to wentcen the Goveriifiieht J1-. persons Ji-uiujf claims! against the
The lands the Crimea of his Territory. notified, that befarthev
36 do. Ant'd. Cordials. I, reserved by lawfor the use Country, or sever the I Umo'iof .1.
''of school or for other The Proprietor having acquirr-1 extensive these Slates will' can he an lfed :icru\l'uigto I lawt
100: Bags Almonds! and Walnuts 25 purposes, are to : inert with I lu.->
lbs each. be excluded! from bale. : intonnation on the subject! from utter abhorrence and determined will be r.cucsxiiy for the act-ouutatu '->c

actual ebsttvution and experience, is enabled ; : opposition. made out ii con ue-d; if iurservict-s performed
40 Given
Earthen hind: at the
Large Water Jara.OO my City of
to make such selections as mar bfmitable as .Itidj--j. of iection3r:! [bv tu!
..> Empty Demijohns. Washington, this tentk of :
: day 1:1015Three!
100: Hags Corks. : A. D. lB2r. to any particular locality: and Dollars per 8nmun. ifpa'ul Clerk of the E'n; ( tIOfl, that the servicewere
100 such selections are left$ to him, he will in advanc-, or Four Dollars! at thr duly pc.rfl.I.I and ah) bv tiio

12 Hampers Bottles John Quincy Adams. send such as cannot fail to Miccced. end of the > far.: Distant subscribers Clerk; of tlis CO..llt\i .' Court that the arvpointment
Packages Dry Goods containing He a!Ir.u orteis them in must in ail cases in advance.
Broad Cloths, Linens By the President assortment of pay : was tl I iy! nude. It' for sei-
Handkerchiefs of one dozen each,at the following Advertisements inserted vices Clerk Election be certifo; I
different kinds, Cambricks George Graham prices. :- at the usual as of ?, to :
; tonsShawJsPranella Printed Cot- For the 1st assortment, sa: the 2J gJ rates. by two of the J udges of"the, Lleclion

., ,... &rtificial Flowers ShoesGlovesColorettes Head Commietioner of the Geii. Land Oficc. and for the 3d g-t 50. :M. Bartlet." that the appointent was GU.IV.'I"C" :in t
Dresses Should of l'cr'op.shu order (; will\ he the services All t't'itr < '
furnished .
Umbrellas, Foolscap and Letter any the lands proclaimed for ? rapes pctbr.xel. --.
Kibbons, Silks &c. &c. Paper tale at Tallahassee: on the 15th of January with direction for' iheir cutiirc.[ counU for servici rcnderd in either :

'f .' JX 1S27, under the Proclamation of the Pre-1/ The collectons of ROSKS screed. Letters for Foreign Ports. Superior or C OUl *y Court, Me cettc.if'of -
; t STORE sident of the I : the /iliccrul'lhe/ Court, tiut
United 50 Presiding
States, dated the ? VA1\IETI S
I A general assortment! of ; 'tt. the!: >nfl'nnation of those
" goods suitable 24th of May, 182u, be, from i who put the account i is: jus J' i and according; to I----,
for catue
the country. any and of GftEEA HOUSE P L 'i.\-1'S, he Ittier.in this Ol ice directed to foreign ,
whatever, not offered at public sale at the will be required ; and tile account dutyrecciited
N. fl. ALLEN. has :loo'o'eI ports the following extract from the Instructions i;
time aforesaid, the !, or tu :.;)H ispenor.
same \viil be offered at a p< A-er given .
Fcnsacola 13th :Feb. 1827-50tf. public sale at the time and place stated in I I 2,000 SPEC! S, of the Postmaster General is to Sig ii 'die ivct-ipi. before ts!::
t the above scmprisingoooo Pots which published. Letters, have frequently been be til lroj the Treasury.J'Javis .
proclamation. The s.ile to ; among are can two
tt t "FOrA1AE. commence with the lands heretofore p-.. all those known as most beautiful and in- put this ofiice, which not having the Flo.yd
them ,
tf. postage on paid, will never reach
claimed and will terestin-
Ll; HE most progress in the order in the .
handsome and most profitable place of their destination. Terr. TI'-e(. irer.Aote
f. f e* tract of land in the vicinity of which they were proclaimed. (uc}- Catalogues may be had gratis of ExtrLlct.I f any letters are placed ina --For tin i EJt: tI:1, : in Id'..)J, instead

th" City ; consisting of Geo. Graham the differenttfents i throughout the U- Post-Office to be sent to a sea-port I of the cen.ificateofthe Clerk oithe I
nion by
4 -ISt. ; and orders through any of them, post, and thence : I I Couuty Court I cenific.iie ( f the Sc-
@ Commissioner.TN by ship to sonic foreign .ie *
\ [ LP or mail
by ("post paid) will meet .
S9 attention. prompt place, the postage of such letter, for such crelaryoftlieTi rritory will ne. required.GO'Tne .

situated on a navigable stream, which my absence CaptTM. Crupper is authorized distance as it is to be conveyed by post, Kdt. irs of the East Fiorid ,
A. Willmm
empties into the Bay of Escambia, at on for to receive and pass receipt- Prince, must be paii* at the place' of reception Herald and oi tl.e Florid* I II t.'hrcnCtr

ly 12 miles distance N..E. from Pensacola. any monies due me, also to make cons C, M. of the Linnaean Society of Paris otherwise it is not to be forwarded." will I give the l f.iegoin-:,' three: ln. ertlOlli'
tracts for ;
The stream the hire of my negroes kc.Byrd of the Horticultural Society of London, \v. Hasell Hunt in Ihcir respvciUve |IJlCi't! and forwaul

called BATOU OF THE ; 0. Willis. and of the Imperial Society of the Gear- their accounts tueref to the lressUrer's -
runs Post Jll
through this >i/ ter.
tract of
Pensacola Feb. gofili at Florence, &c. Etc. Oljjct-4tS-jw.
land for almost 23th 1827-52-tf. Post Office Pensacola 20th __
a mile,and offers a never- Nov, 12 6. _ _
received .
by \V Hasell Hunt .. -
failing null scat capable of ; -"------
t driving three mA Agent for the establishment. NOTICE,
) f <
Borderingthat gI Notice.
stream is a quantity ETTERS.uf administration on the e3-
of land containing the FOR :L the
purest clay for of
tate THOMAS D. BELL, late
1.rlck.'hercver: the I : Deirman
timber }
isscatter. County of Escj.mbia deceused, having
4''. ngf grass grows luxuriantly, and there is 1821Just LL who v. C In Attachment. been byliOfl. t-'u!
n excellent for \ persons are indebted to tflorlJones.. ) grausrd: i'i the Subscriber! ,
range cattle. the Clerk of the said County i
County Court fir the Count Court of
this case Writ of ) .
Attachment has. 111
The title it indisputable having been the: County of Escambia, are IN all ; deirumh *"' 1:>t ba
< L'Cf'SOIl
; received and for Sale requested to been issued and levied on certain having ; ag
confirmed cattle
by the Corumissiuuers of .the make payment to }lr. W. Hasell Hunt ; I of the said defendant and suit i instituted .- estate are requested to present the sa nJ
-United a '
States.Tor AT THE who is duly authorised to receive all fee I HTlm rllatcl" and thoseindebtcd aredcsWcd -
,1j11 I in the Superior Court for the .
terms apply toThomas Pensacola Bookstore. up to thia date, and receipt for the same. District of Florida. Western totoake'payment::

P. llioboq. M; toWm.. A Bell,
" ,W, f I'eaeacola W. Hasall Hunt. Adam Gordon.
Feb. 22d 19 -51 2 w. Cleric, Administrator,
I'clxci a.4 NOTcmber18Z 6 Jltty. for Pi'.
Pcnaa ola, 27th, Nor. 1826, PcosacftUGthDcd. 182,6 4U- Pcns.-.oIa, SOili Nov. lfiBu.- 6I

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