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 23, 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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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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VOL. IV. (Principia,non homi..._. PENSACOLA, FRIDAY, :JIAKCH 23, 1827. (Open to all pacUu : influenced by ...-.) No. s.
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--- Ft'3LI3Uk.D WjiKKLY: fly I 1 lion were granted in any State or i mUCh heavier growth ol timber, and rig trees, and the roads and they carried on a considerable
W. H&SSXj BUNT, Territory within the United States and frequently deep cane brakes. bridges itill! to be seen. At present trade with Haraoft by small TCI- ..
SOLE EDITOR ixx> PROPRIETOR; and who have claims and demands There are lso' frequently to be the traces of the roads are sels. After the destruction, the
FuMisficrofthe Lairs or he UaHnl Stale as such against personi residing met with, grassy ponds, surrounded still visible, and also numerous country appears to have been
and of. the Territory of Honda.JVpscniprios in the Territory of Florida, by glades, which afford excel. stirs of village*, forts, and private lost sight of by European Powers
-War Half 35 3 when such claims and demands lent paau res. The strawberry, residences. A numberof town the Spaniards made no attempt to f
Quarter year year 1 50 originated in the jurisdiction of : the wild grape, and plum, are nrt: lad down on the old maps ,the settle it again, and it was not unlit
Subscription payable in advance. the Stale or Territory where such found every where, and the numerous principal of which are, St. Matthew about the year 1163 that the British .
\uvERTisiv" ; livery adverti.ementof letters of administration were flowers which embalm the air, St. Juan, Aspalaga, Ocon, built the present Fort of St.
the width than of twelve our column lines of and this measutingi type,first granted, may and are hereby authorized during a great part of the year, Tapalago St. :Mark de Apalache, Mark's but formed BO settlement,
"more rrUon one dollar, each weekly continuant I to sue out attachments, agreeable may, perhaps have occasioned the Ayavala, San Pedro, fcc. No such perhaps account of the hostilityof
ni c fifty cents; longer and wider oncs at ; to the provisions of the name of Florida to be given, for I place as St. Louis is marked, andI the MttsogeeIndians; who then
the nanfc rate. Rule aud figureork; acts now in force regulating attachments will presently show, that after : am at a loss to know on what possessed it. During the period
doiiMe pri %e for the tint insertion Ad- the same as if their letters Mexicojthis was the first part of the authority the ruins of a fort near the Spaniards subsequently possessed -
will be ta f-fully displayed
>ui.-ordmjr f'fiIIIVfltS to the nature<>:. tVm' ami will of administration had been I American continent which becamethe Tallahassee has been called by that it, the Seminoles and Mus-
}.". mcasuieit t by matter of t.us size type. granted in the Territory of Florida. : scene of Spanish adventure.The name. cogees carefully forbade any one -
Whrn inserted at inteivals. vih-at is i not in- A certified copy of such letters of only regret which! I feel, in : The District of Apalache., we to enter it. As a proof how little
:, last sciti'tl insertion!cvcrv )week each, insertion from the will first be to chargf.I the- adsninisiratoi, under the seal of : contemplating this beautiful region .' learn, from Garcillaso de la Vega, it was known to the Spaniards, I
as a now advertisement.-Amounts for the Court. where.. the same were, I is its very limited extentan was very populous at a period will mention the fact that there is
advertising payable always on demand.ilj granted, shall be received" as evidence Oasis which appears to have much more remote-Pamphile not a single Spanish grant in the
Libeial contracts will bo made with been formed"by nature in one of her whole of it. the
in such case. de Narvaes was the first who discovered -I ; grant of Forbes,
those(LP who Communiritions wish to advertise directed by the year.toV.. Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, most sportive and fantastic hu the bay of Apalache, 'but merely approaches its borders.In .
Hairll Hunt. Fesi Master, Pcnsac-ila.: will That when the amount ofthe debt, mors. The general substratum was compelled to retreat on board [ some old maps it is marked
be duly attended to. claim or demand shall not exceed I perhaps a few feet above the level his vessels with great loss. This the Apalache old fields.*' The
_r __to __ .....--- --- .. of the is soft limestone of .
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-- the sum of fifty dollars, the said: is the same person who was af. General Jackson into,
_LAWS01'_. :FLORIDA.An u.. writ of attachment shall !be made recent formation. In the pine wood terwards appointed by the Governor this district in 1814, in pursuit
"' returnable to Justice of the Peace, plain, which stretches towards tiie of Cuba to -supercede Cortesin of the Serohtole Indians was the
; and the said! writ may be served highlands! of Tallahassee, the stone. the conquest of Mexico. Eleven first notice we ever bad of it. It is
H-:: by a constable,and the proceedings is often -found in masses oft the! years after the landing of now about thTee years' since our
shall be the same as in other suits surface. I Nan ., that is, in 1530, the cele-: settlements began, and they contain
before Magistrates, and appeals Abnut 16 miles from the port brated Hernando Soto landed at I a population fabo1at: two thousand
may he had thereon. And where : of St. Mark's we begin to ascend Tampa Bay, and marched alongthe souls which is rapidly increasing.
!UjJIl'i. / the sum shall exceed fifty dollars and enter the country alrejty| described coast, untill he came to Apa- By the !last census Tallahassee
the attachment shall be returned ; the ridge forming, in lache, of which a very curious and contained about -eight hundred,
? to the County or Superior Courtat some measurea barrier to the passage interesting description is given. and five or ,six mercantile establishments -
)i act to amend an act, entitled "an net
to ftiilite the mode of proceeding on the option of the parties ; and ofthe water to he sea;on the "The Governor and his -companions which do an extensive -
attacJuiu-nt." the process in such case shall be contrary: the streams, in general having been informed, in the business. 'One whig of the
lie it nactcd by the Covernjr served by the Sheriff. rising near the summits of the town of Osachile, that the pro- Capitol, a handsome brick building -
and Legislative Council, of Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, hills: flow downward, until they vince of Aprilache, which they ,now-completed, and occupied -
te Territory of Florida, That, That the first, second, third, fifth reach the general bed of the lime had heard so highly praised, as this Winter by the Legislative }
vvnen any complaint be nJeupon and eleventh sectior.s of the law stone, where they either sink into well on account ofthe abundanceand Council. The country begins to .
oath before any judge or justice regulating the mode of proceeding the fissures of the rock, or spreadout fertility ofthe soil, as for the wear the appearance of cultivation
of the ptcce, by any person or on attachment, approved December in lakes which have their sub- valor of its inhabitants, was now ; good roads are made in all
persons, Vis5 i her or their agentat- 28th, 1824* be, aud the same tcranean passages ; but they again at no great distance, were desirous directions, and carts, wagons, and
turney or factor, that any person I are hereby, repealed. rise on the south side of the to see whether it was as fertile carriages, constantly travellingthem. .
hath removed oi- is removing out Passed Jan: 20th, 1827. ridge, and form some of the largest as it was represented to be." The grant to General Lafayette :
of the Territory privately, or so GfcOKGIi E. TINGLE, Clerk.H. springs in the world. The After a slow and tedious march, containing 33,000 acres of
absconds or conceals him or herself President of the legislative. lJ. SIUNE Council., WakuIU comes forth at once, a opposed at every step, by partiesof the best land, adjoining the town
noble river, two hundred yards in remains a wilderness. but it is to
that the ordinary process of Approved January 20th, 1827. ,. Indians, St after several bloody ;
h\r cannot be served on such debtor WAI. P. IJLJVAL, width ; its source not less than engagements, he reached the be hoped, that something will ba
fend if iuch plaintiff his or her Governor of the Territory of Florida.HISTORICAL. 1 : one hundred feet in depth, nnd so province. 4At day-light," he done with it :before long, for so
.igeni. attorney orr8c-or shall tr.in8oarent.lhat m nerson 9 siandins- .J? observes, "the Spaniards proceed. !large. body of land remaining unimproved -
: wear to the amount of his or her 1 : = by the side of it, feels as thougn he ed through extensive fields of corn, must undoubtedly tend r
debt or demsod, to the offsetts and -------y-_ were on the edge of a precepice.The beans, pumpkinsand other vegetables to retard-the progress of the town. It
discounts: due tc defendant, I Annexed to this article will be lakes Tallahassee abound in which extended on :either If the .grape:, the ollvf, and the
and shall produce a regular state I found an instructive Memoir! respecting fish Trout, Bream, Perch and side ofthe road farther than the eye silkworm,.can succeed any w ,ere '
ment of his account current or de. Florida, from the pen of soft-shelled Turtle ; 8c, Winter, could reach.-Between the fields a in America, it must be here. This,
maad and swear to the same, it Judge Brackenridge. The History with wild fowl. The soil, as well great number of houses were scattered present the goad old General, Ii
shall be lawful for such Judge or of Florida, of which this Me- on the Uplands as in the valley. about, withoutany order, as co donbt, frequently occupies his
Justice to grant an attachment. n.oir furnishes some traits, ia a I is adapted to the culture of the Sugar in the villages. On the next day the thoughts, not as an'object: of sordid -
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, tale of romantic interest. If we Cane, Rice, Sea Island: Cotton Governor went in advance with speculation but as iue means
Thai before the attachment shall are not mistaken, were the Judge I and Indian Corn. Hitherto it has two hundred Cavalry and one hun of uniting his name, and nis inter .
be issued by the judge or justice, to trace the history of this temto-I been healthy ; and it is fair to presume dred Infantry, and reached the ests with the very soil of -wr Rc:
he shall require the party makingthe tory, in the days of Hernando Soto that it will continue so ; the : principal town, which he found .I public.I i .
application ihcrtfor to enter more minutely, it would increase Winters are of course mild, and deserted.t consisted of 350 large amrespectfully,
into bond with approved securityin instead of diminish in in- being within the reach of the sea and good houses, in which he Your most obt. srrvt.
at least double the amount, terest.-Nat. Intelligencer. breeze the heat in bummer is I lodged his anny while he 'him H. M. iBracke&ridge.
which bond shall be in the following ANTIQUITIES OF FLORIDA. greatly moderated. self occupied the residence of the Col. J. M.: White,
form, viz : ('o/l 7of a letter from Judge 1! The appearances of a dense population -: Cacique.-Besides this town,there Delegate of Flori a. 4
Know ell men by these presents, JJnicKEitJiiDGx of Florida, toI'I' which seems at one timeto was throughout the whole district ...--.1c -'L'_ _---p-R.-_ -L' ---LJ.-L----_--I-. '
.. that we A. B. and C. D. are held Col. JVlll'l'f' Delegate in have covered the country, has at the distance of half a' -rOL1T1CAL.
and firmly bound unto 1::. F. in the gret*from that 'territory. I induced me to make some inquiry. {league, a league, and a league aDd h "
penal sum of Dollars Washington, Jan. 14, 182T. I .--While at Havana I 'a half/villages containing sixty or TothcPcopleofFlorida.FELLOWCITIZENSIn .
)lawful money of the United States Sir : In compliance with your could learn nothing ; but while at a hundred houses, besides a vast a Government -
: of Aiucricz ; to which payment well! request, I will now proceed to Charleston: 1 met with an English number of dwellings scattered a- like ours, all power is but a
and} ttuly to be made we jointly give a brief lopogranhical and histories work, Roberts' account of :Florida, bout without order. The' face of l1'ust'heJd 'by the individual who
and severally bind ourselves and '! sketch of the curious and 1763, which gives a piece of history the whole province is "delightful possesses h, for the benefit of the
oar :1 'us, executors and administrate interesting part of our Territory, i. apparently but little known. the land fertile, with a great -a- corn*nunily. Even'the electivefrfcn-
,.:.. In witness whereof we in which our capital, Tallahassee, The district of AppaJache, it appears bundance o'fprolsioDs"aud a plen. chin itself, is no exception. I. is
11.'"* hereunto subscribed ourand I is situated. The twenty townships was inhabited by race called ty offish, which the natives catchall not the properly of the voter, to befr.vuyed
fltriv affixed our teals this: I exposed lo sale: last May twelvemonth At'nnaco Indians with whom he year and preserve for use ; according to his own
day of in the contain a very large'proportion the Spaniards had become inter The'Goyernor and his followerswere carpice ; he is morally 'bound to
}*. of Whereas the of excellent land, which has mingled. The Yamassee Irrdhnt: delighted to see this country usprit, to the'best of his judgment
aaiu A. B. hath sued out, or is been nearly -all purchased with a who lived near St. Augustine, and its fertility, but found the only for the common good. But, fr
about( to eue out, from (here insert view of settlement. l\\ appearanceit backed by those of Appalache Indians :fierce and warlike. To if this be true in :relation to ihe original .
the\ Court Irom which tle! writ isues is entirely unlike any .part of the made 'frequent excursions into the shew the fertility of this province, inherent power 'of the people
) a writ attachment againsthe U. States, so near the.sea board new settlements of Sonth Carolina, it suffices to"say that 'the whole of it ts :still more emphatically
j oocis and chattels lands and instead of being a plain of unvaried threatening them with total de the Spanish army, together with true tenements of the said E. F. Now surface, it resembles the high struction. In consequence t>this; the Indians in their service, exceeding "PuKic officers are but their agents,
the condition of the above obligation -I lands above the falls of the 'riversin Col. MOOR, 'G ov. of that State, :VSOQ, and -300 horses, selttedby themselves, for short
i, such that if the said A. B. he Atlantic Slates, and is beautifully .( made three. inroads' into their subsisted on the- supplies. taken. at, periods, with limited powers, and
:-f all well and truly prosecute said diversified by hill: and dale, country, in the years 1702: and- 6, first, and when they -stood in neeaof accountable to them. From this
'it '. f attachment to judgment, and rendered picturesque by the I marching to>> the Flint River, and any addition, they never went Xccountability, no firm -and honestman M;J
r-, to said E. F. all costs and number of lakes, hose pure waters then taking a -direction the more than a league and a 'half to would desire to escape.. It i
:.it-c3 he may sustain in conse- reflect the forests of oak which South, towards Tallahassee. In procure it. The country is also dreaded only by corrupt or timorous r..,
-tiiu uf the levying said attach- frequently clothe the sides of the his ,last expedition, he entirely de- we'll suited to the rearing of eve nattires.Viael watchfully*
-':i'.i. *.u'9 this obligation to be hills, down to their very margins. fe.ted lire: Spanish Governor, & ry kind of live: stock, having fine end liberally enforced, it is the
':'! ii.3 1 vuiJt else to remain in full These lakes receive a number of don Juan Mexia, killing and ak- I woods, -excellent water, lakes, best security for the liberties of .
.- od virtue." And every at- streams, which flow from the high- ing prisoners. above eight hundred ponds, and reeds, which cattle eat the people,:and the virtue of their f
J. !uncm Uaucd without bond and, groands and lose themselves )In ofthe Spaniards: & Indian*.-Don so readily, as not to require any representatives. Holding 'such t
":iviuvit made Ut aforesaid, is here- their placid bosoms. The largest Mexia himself being one of kind-of grain in addition it is I opinions, it is my duty, as the pe
'"V dt-clared ilieeai and void, and of them are called the Imonial cs- the prisoners-Col. Moor transported -alia-- well-- -.- ftrfdDted- to the culture of; riod of my appointment to office i/
."ill be dismissed.'j f I son and Mickasuki, each from SO I 1400 of the Indians, and silk:, from tiie great quantity of has nearly expired, to render you
Sec. 3. Be it farther enacted, I to 40 miles in circumference, bui fixed them in a settlement near the mulberry trees; and there is besides an account of the trust committed
I'h&t where administrators aid I I there are many others of a smaller I Savannah River. The settlements an abundance of 'fish of an to my care ; that you,being fully
executors reidi- or have removed size affording many beautiful situations .. were completel.destl'oyetl. This excellent quality." This description informed of-the facts, may discharge .
-1.Ie.ou1thr limits of tiiia Territory, : for country residences, agrees tolerably well with the traditionary is wonderfully accurate. The your duty to our common ..
,a4d there are assets or other .property where the natural open groves of account of the old Indian settlement of this country may country, by passing a dispassion
of the stator or inteHate I hickory, beach, oak, and magnolia Chefixico who says that his perhaps be dated from the year ate judgment upon the conduct of '
in the same, it maybe 1 lawful for grandiflora, Mirpass in magnificefise father told him the settlements 1530, which, until the destructionin your representative. This accountI
wy person having claims on the the proudest parks of formed by the intermarriage pf the 106, would be nearly two hundred appear before, you to render, ia

estate o/ the _deceased!, to take out the English _nobility. The soil Spaniards and Indians had been years.10.... <"i It is_ probable.that. apart > A 4* spirit,_ equally. .distant. .I**.hope* ,
on attachment for the same, agrecbble '; of the Uplands bears a strong destroyed by a great Warrior, after! 01 ue: solo-s army remained from vain glory and servility m
) to the provisions Qf the acts i I.esemblance to the best part three different invasions. Chefixico in possession ; we have, however, the spirit of frank. and manly trulb' *
flow :n fuice regulating attachnunu. of Prince George's county Ma says that when a boy, the countrywas : no authentic account of the exact Your judgment upon: it, will det r-
1 ryland ; and the face of the coun- so open as to be scarce of period at which the Spaniards mine whether I am still deserving
Sec. 4. Be it further 1Jllcttll, 1 try is not unlike he South side of game, and was not resoried to by made their settlements, It is ,of confidence and employment, or
That executors and administrators -. the Potomac, opposite Washington the Indians until the .forests grew' stated by Robert. that previousto f( whether J have been a negligent,
wbgftc! 'letters of admlniitra- citj> lu tbejralleysj ihere is a J up ; that,it was then full, of Qrane their.4CSIVUCILQD. by Go,. Moor, or unprofitable! servant.. .Before .



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that judgment ;.U rendered, .I appeal ,hauee much ,more desirable a. a J r iy :to influence. a largo JN tmcrqbf ijnirmous:' vote: made a 3peciul 'appro-: quire remark., Sty 3's will be ot(1er..

not to your fifor-for, ac*. rciidence:' ,and gieatty1ncreas the claims in ouir Territory, and procjuco rprii\tidn of-twenty thousand dollars d.of th w1ii4eline froall the" t _

f I Corel jgg to m1.,o $.pr Dciple., yojd6rctJibeny.iojexhibittio vajtue' of the properiythrfe.' If the an infinity of trouble and HtJgatiom 11 trjhiCsUrVOy,- of a canal .to connect sippi i to the Atlaatic" and fromr.:)the is

i I : ; !ie.-bat,:.first :quarter"':section !hid been laid determined() to subniit<*:$e Court'&ih ill'waters of the Gulf of iftoxico and SI- Mary's totlu f Tortugas, wl dl i3

1 t .. 1 appeal to your candor and good i out, and about one third of the lots I argument in behalf of the Spanish i the Atlantic, that the surveys would all that we could ask or expect at tis::

f sense, to make the previous examination [ sold per annum, it would have rl.iimants: similarly situated in our have been completed and returned at time. Whatever can be done in th'J

\ I : in the manner in which wr realized to the Territory at least Territory.Vlicre the rights of sola an early period of this: session. The way of Internal Improvement jn

.' f. J are taught to believe that great and one hundred thousand dollars instead rire a portion of my constituents arc I execution of the work has not corresponded Territory, is now in a train of cvnSUIrI our_

" I I, final scrutiny of all mankind will .of he inconsiderable sum, in jeopardy, an.l they likely to have I with the inlpdi'ta'nce of the mation.A .

\\.1. be con ucted. There, as here, not not yet collected, for which the theirproptiiy swept from them by the I objector the expectation of the nation bill has been reported in the Senate
establishment of a principle which !tVas the intention of Congress: that and House of "
t one will be found perfect. Faults, whole was sold. I trust that the Itepres-ntativ

error and omission, will be dis next Legislative Council will make might afiect all their right?, I trust I the whole coast of the Gulf from StjAndrew's appropriating 22,000 dollars for the!

covered in the lives of all. But such provision for the sale of this shall never wait te) be employed ; I to Tampa Bay should he completion} and repair of the to-Id

accordingly} prepared and! sent TO tbo examined with a view of ascertaining from St.1ary', to TalBjia)
I our fate will be decided by their quarter, now given to the t nay;
: Court written with the I I wliother there was a natural debouche Colcramto New
a ar'jumenf, Smynra fro"j
general tenor, not their occasional by Congivss, as to create a fund nd!
of ttic Commissioners of West for the canal, antI to find out whether! j rensnccli: to St.' .
i wirtui or frailties, and if the balance sufficient for the object, and leave report \ugutn. It {h'13

t of good preponderates, incidental enough to free the people of h Florida. When the questions are it would be practicable in the absence ;: ra.scl the Senate! uM! v .:if! iloj dOJht

mistakesdeflations or disobedience 'l'trritoryfro'n taxation for several i fairly presented mid! understood, I of a natural: outlet, to form an j I become a 1 Ilw it it can 1)(' ,. whee! ; iu

I will be overlooked, because years, instead: of squandering think they cannot fail; to decide! in favor artificial harbor. rfhis'ork has not [I the House of Representatives: f

of the Spanish; to the exclusion i been completed, whether for the \vantof which there is >
the lot of humanity is error, as in the first instance, the bountyof grants, I j every prospect. t \\IQ

the privilege of divinity forgive he Government. A clause was of ihe others. .! proper instructions! or not, I am !I l repair of tho King's ro lei 1 to a n't

I 1 was desirous to have proposed not able to determine. As soon, how.I near the St. John's, will leave
ness. also added this bill ,
I to to provide I j, of t
. some amendment ; to the cmptionI j'j'i ever, as we were informed here that j i about t3
I t Without further preface, or apology : for the pt"fOIBVho were entitled I i : pr | appropriation four thou anl !0J!

!I I shall pruceed to give you L to pre-emption within the Indian I law.: I found the committee, however I such an examination bad: nett been: I I: lars, which is directed in the billVe

I very averse to Legislation on I made: I addressed a communication: | applied to the opening cit'a
: t a short account what has been: reserves It was my intention i' Cda:,: from
I that subject. Reports luul been circulated to the Secretary of War, anti received Mnschcttp to Indian river
: done here, for( our Territory, in I have a section incorporated also, which will
I t nere, tli.it; the Government in reply, the most satisfactory; assurance ; !- open the ;inland navigation
which I have bad an agency/m the! to include those who would have on the At
Iud Itt; two millions! dollars by the that orders will' bo !given for a I lantic coat about 145 miles.: hjjwould
( station in which your confidence been entitled to the bent: t of the A ;}
ef that hw. I cannot conceive minute examination of the whole aKo!
r pissairc hive h
!; has placed me. You were informt-d]I pre ernptiori hw if their lands Iud! < :-n reported for
. the object of Hiicb a report, Unless coast. The Engineers who v/ei e sent opening a military road from
at the last session, that several I not been aold ; and an amendment Peusaco.
f it was to induce Congress to believe out in tb] j l first instance, were only instructed !a to Ulukcly and! Mobile nolcessary.
hundred bills of a private and public to that effect was offered.! ItV <; Point if
I 1 t ] that: so much hid hern done to tvllecl! int rmlton; of the The Qu--irtrruiasterGcne"
: nature, were postponed, for the ; considered, however better to
S for our Territory( in that munificent topography: 1.f th country, to presentftets I ral h.s; determined
: I want of time for both branches : wait until their number should be to construct it
:1 ac!, that we had no reason tn cxpeotmore. : ; : on which the Board of Intern-! however, out of the comin ,
of to act them ] MMt
Congress upon ; ascertained, and to include them '
I fit circulated! with i that Improvement to decide the
was were <;.a prhition of tI'eV'al' Dpp.vjnr Jvhicli
: this number, were several I in bill. }
j j among a separate motive, in anonymous or other letters t. practicability: of tIle v/nrl:. In the j : road' will furnish the ; ,
of Ter ; I
importance to our that number of most'n
Finding a ; -
here weaken bumble of the Winter of l-524: when \
sent to my I beginning; t mrnnt fiicilities; to '
Immediately arrival claims every|vi--o! '\
toiy would remain
upon my unadjusted r-st
o\or efforts to serve I do not -iddre :'ed circular to the People1:
t you envy my J Jof I in
I goingto.uvj
; rc t rjm
this city at the commencement the which Hm! -:.r :
quantity on the
COIUKIKSsioncrs :
} tbo: ().ot.
of this session I revived I ] oppenteil l v hl.S. 'I'.'".' .!--tance '. "/
were authorized to decide and a
I upon; { by such considriaSoiis: : <"'iP1Jf; to the 1 Atlantic! a steamboat stnight al',1 I couv,. .
t those which before : I. :0. t.ollc
subjects were refering to the late of in'W: .State Cdl| be
every : i'lliuynced such detcs tabie, duprau'v. ; .'vKialion:
I or : by : > n ; only was contemplated traveiled to Bl-.k-'l I ,,' '

under examination, and had them : and Territory, under similar circumstances r. A bill wn? reported, and ia accordance with the views of! which point it .' n one clay, iron
$ nl1 t"'Hhl
the rules of cr ;1 ST
reported as soon as the I I foresaw that Florida would ;}ln
about io bo passer: !, cfivin to two 1Jl- Mr. GalLtim( in ;celebrated! report; l ho it will be run to New diesis.- '
: ;
Honse and forms of An
procedure [, he exposed to the delay and einbarrn -
1. iliu.tio.is a tt\vnship ofhnri: each, fortVar'iiiii'Mhe and I am now convinced that such .*. :appropriation will be needed
'Wouq admit. It was obvious, however which it the
; mcnt has bciMi ohev !
: : :
I J thai iro : Deaf and Dumb in 1\C'.,,' canal would, in a local punt of view, next session to improve and
at a short session, wiih experienced from unadjusted titles.I n'"ermore
: York and Philadelphia! to be located bo almost as beneficial to us as one permanent the road from
the number of questions of addressed communication ProD
greatt a
to a ii one of the Territories. I admitting the ir.tmit: of Sh1): .;. 1 v.vs .sacola to St Augustine. I
I moment to the nation before Senator did
t already from Georgia, whom I had not
I Congress, not much of a local always found( disposed to aid considered i it my ditty to oppose it, induced! however, to ur e upon lie l pr3s it ;it tlf'ft! St..s;iJO, from a bel'cf
. i from a belief that it might be injurious Government the adoption: of the latter I ;hat it would not be
nature could be expected, antl I Territory, and, upon his motion a jrraied; : a ICi .
shad great reason to apprehend: ; hat Committee of Private Land Claimswas to you : the bill was defeated.: not from the impulse: imputed tome I I i count of the OIUT! licral!! 'PH''P-:1-: } :

few of the subjects interesting ru appointed in the Senate, and a An art, hrs parsed! authorizing: tile by thOse in- the Territory who t'!' )!is for the ft.L{ 4)foIIr Territory.Sevenil : .
I completion of tbo location of the Kentucky have been
! UI could be examined or acted up bill reported ort aJ1izillg a commission : endeavoring: to depreciate pet::' .).IS in relation to the <:iurifiitiouof -

! f on. The private land claims d-- to decide all claims; in the Southern I \sylum, for such portion as is the work, ()being d-iz/.led: by a splendid she ;j !id vverc presented( by

rived from other Governmen 5, Stores and Territories, with nil I taken by those claimircr; .! 'the ri'. ht off)14ert1pt111 visionary project, instead(( of one nf I ::.o to Con.'rti ; and rc'c-rred to ;he
appeal within their location. I more hut from co.-'mit're ; dr. ;'if\\\
; which have occasioned so much to the Supreme Court. Thisis practical utility ; a be.// \Ih; u- ainch .-.;: objt .
, the did notoppose this, because: I thoughtit lief that the ciieme is feas.bl::, and "'ct vvi s at the ::--sfnume, I was: ad.
vexation and trouble in all new first system ever proposed( in monisiel! I tios-! friends
Hy :
who iii\e aluuvs
equ.tahle ; was assured th-it it promises advantages of the! most -
'j l States and Territories, were all Congress for a final and satisfactory ; a..51)1i: 11 e, not to press t ''' 1 I.DCr.litv -
would oe located in Arkansas and i if! trmrteenIentilar.lcter
t i' prPkrntfd at the last session A 1 decision of all the claims, of every ( not oi'ly to nf the iioverainen too far, at i ti.ne:

. i I Congress for their final decisio:, description, derived from 1 foreign (Governments. not granted to them they were inclined the Territory, but to the n.ition: and ( when our revenues hal fallfii siiort of

) Tinsc claims, abou two thousand Its chief excellence is, to trouble the settlers by a contest the whole commercial world ; and }I public expectation, anti( there was a '?nenil .

of'their rights under their respective from an apprehension, too, that Congress retrenclnneut des.retl 1:1: the pub ic
e in that the claims
number, were to be examined are finally adjudicated.If .
I would |
f grants.Fi never consent to make
,. I antI explained, not only in the laud claimed is private property A route bai been
: post provhlerl !
oin what I can learn of the intention at the -.e-
public d of
r! House of Representatives, bu, it ought to he) so speedily decided ; oftbe expense any I ween i'ensrJt: and BLkely. and! one
institution, it is to sell what other kind. When however
f 4 also, in the Senate, where we have if public, surveyed and brought into the from St. Miryfs: to Fernandifia and the
I they have in Florida! on reasonableterms great object fails if it should UlniF
no agent to attend to the 1 business market. In a country exposed as upon io Jacksonville.:}! 1 hesetWO
is where and at long credit, which will scientific examination, it will then be routes will I furnish important facilities
of the and in ours means should
'I Territory, every
consequence be suit: those w'.sliihir; to buy, better than time to ;advocate the other, when amass ; to the inhabitants cu.itiguous 'o th'"n.
cf which, the double duty employed to acquire population, the sales of time United States.A of information in The one'in East Florida is i'i "O'lforint/
l legard to 0111'COi.nt
i J devolved on me. At the last ses for the double object of safety and with the petition ota large norho I of the
: f ion, \11 the claims in West Floiida. self-government, this law is the most proposition _was upon the I and country, with! its capabili-. inhabitants. that. quarter. a 101 I I s fl-...ii r.
t j representation of a number (if inhabitants I tie? shall he colle'cted. If '
i i t under the jurisdiction of the beneficial tint could be conceived ; i ) no water ea to oe earned by wafer. \, 'lucn, wti.
of Etst Florida, for a Port of is found East of St. Joseph's Bay out: being detrimental! to
i honest claimants any it wa<
Commissionerswere : are protected and cup.
for. .
provided fraudulent Entry, and Light House at the mouth suitable for a ship ch.innej, and no posed would furnish important facr.tie
': by a law recognizing their validity. ones repulsed, without a of St. John's. It deemed to all who reside the
was expedient means of making an artificial harbor near coast. T/iii;
The first object at his session wars delay oftwentvyears, as in Louisiana. j I however, to make no provisionon : it will then be a question' fyr the ', petition vas the more ren'iily :acconletl(
i nation
I to ft similar law Those who have opposed thi. plan, I. from the pn\spectsof an toiproveme'it
a for the :a
passed subject until the of the whether
reports 'inagniti{ of the
! have argued that whilst the rl.um- j the navigation between St.
b "E-st FI rda. It was : ; Mark's awl
reported, Engineers were made, on the practicability object would not justify a communication St. Jcm's.! Four:
ants were in had new post office "hite
; possession they :
j ,
its no
: up out order, upon my uf the canal. A bill! has been sufficient for ships} and sloops! from been esLmblished for the accominodru.on

j; motion, by the indulgence of the is cause to complain. This reasoning! reported to make St. Marks a Port of that point to the At'tfltiC.Thctithio of the people in various quarters. I was
Cillacious inasmuch ,
11 use, and passed, and was also as it is known Entry, and to erect buoy: at that Government look to the condition of deiir.'ms to rave a post r- ute from Dtil'5:
ij taken in the same in that the claim, if ood, cannot be sold to Jack3op\.IIe; by the Black creek .
up way the place and Sr. Augustine and! a LightHouse : Cuba the losses settlement
heavy from wrecks
for a fair price until it is confirmed I with .e'.,,'
: 'IJ J Senate and passed. This law a \ to the location of apost
confirms will Le erected
at i and
or near Cape piracies, the annual 1
and if appropriations office in
had those who that
purchased lose respectable
r I all claim* decided, or recommended ) St. BIas which. will be .: } beneficial for 1 neig-fibor-;
highly !ht
r in the end, when it is: decided. By a squadron in the West Indian ):>d ; the committee have promised to

by the Commission. this law, all will be determined to the vessels hound to St. Marks; seas, the whole of the Slates: North hav it done at the n- xt session.

ers, uncltr3500 acres, and provides I tribunal without by a App-:lachi'ola, St. Joseph's and St. of the Potomac would execute the At the iait es_- ()n of Congress every

Jor the adjudication of the remain : the competent claimants. expense' to A.11lreV'S Hays.Appropriations' work at an expense often t millions of i i effort Was made for the removal of the In.dialls

der. It excludes the British from our Territory and iutj! "'
claims, I sufficient for the dollars. The ablest in jg
In 18:23: : of men the COUIlI decisive i
,- which conflict with the a. grant two entire I prevented measures, by /leg SJLtion -
Spanish ; to\vu ; makes a grant of public properly works connected with the Navy Yard visionary: scheme the Indians iu title
.rtlt: :: for a Seminary of Learning pronounced not a to hndsiv
to St. Augustine, for public uses, to he located in East and the other, one and \: :tval Depot, have been made, oidv of the utmoot national impor- ". occupy, Government ofthf 'r .*-

similar to that to PeusacJa arid will!! be left ed States cannotwithout '. '.
at the in no means unemployed tance, but pra'ticahleHrh 3.1at.! < >rtnt'tiitir
West Florida men \
the as
; one East : ,
las: session ; provides for the survey to give to it that support which its Gullatin CTnton: Webster settled policv. t ;"--.vs tl.t:1Il
Florida Calhoun
could be ;
not selected foue
[ of by without h .
of any : : o.r ccijsortion >
all the private claims lit importance I to the Nation aud to j Everett K -
Cbeves and .
land which would be worth the your many others sent. It \'afly 'I.-"V .* "'pinion: fhat
East and West Florida at the expense ( ulf frontier demands. Some idea who know much the
without interfering with private ( as aheut the localL I::: :') Government of the United States ; was thrown out, in a repoit of the I of the those in of safety and
1, pro. claims, and the value of the one in country as it who condemned mii'anHj to change
hibita patents to the same land Chief Engineer, in regard to a change I the their_ policy on he suhjectnd a lare
_. West Florida. was., in a Ireat de! rop. .' ,.. measure; even before the :
where grants acd surveys conflict, destroyed by the <> ----.U.J oi policy in the Government, from [ law passed: : to ascertain: its practicability. of Congress entertain the su claimsof -
until a judicial decision is had ; those entitled paramount to pre-emption. the discovery of thy water of St. J o.scplt's i I know the views of those gcntlejncn ing pinions.for the general removal of bill all, howeveV the Indidu prrvid-fr-iai

invests. ;he Governor and Legisljtlv Early in the session, I drew a bill, providing Bay. As soon as that report : and! the anxiety of the Northern the East to the West ot tiie AJ.sai: ; ')j/i,

Couac.il with authority to tti>> ) reached the House of Representatives Suites on this I having been
that the township 1o he located subject. have no reported at an early pcrlJOfthl'
| one uf the reserveo I I addressed a letter Jo the Committee doubt however iin .. .. t'' Floru'u Irtx '
quarter sec in East Florida should he selected ( thai an abundance of Cession. :|:iu-.; ; .

I tions o< Und and apply the proceeds West of the Smvauec, sections, and of Military; Affairs; a copy of it to him, water will be found East of St. lbrks.I I diuix, I have: been waiting tit tMat: topl.ice \
; the erection of and to the Secretary of War : before Congress ,*nl the nation, tt.otlfc'plornblecon.i.tiou
to the x
Public that in West Florida should be as soon General Bernard, the most distinguished ,-
completed iid
ftht 1ml!
t. Bu.idingB' which will save the in sections. The bill passedthe as the plans and estimates arrived, and I .scientific: engineer in our the outm es a id Ucpieditions se com;" >s.:['.r'cl \\

l.i people from taxation for that objcv.jdul Senate; with some alterations! ? which was too late in the session-to do country, \'. ill :,et out early in! March (}/l the ;person> arid properly ot lh'e \

.I : _if judiciously. applied. one of which was, to confine the location anything! ,_they abandoned the idea to make these surveys.. in person and whoso! nirhts) and! interests are confide-l to
: ---
.. win i L oe amplY i sumciem n* tor i the to an entire township \VW of. or raihtr doubt on the subject, and determined should he decide that a ship i navigationis I HIP. ;:-'e'er.d inelrecttial efforts h'e ben,

j' completion of not I very properly, that the fortificatiun made to take ip that bill, out of its or- \
only commodious ihe Suwanee. I got it so amendedin impracticable[ ) will then be time ii.. r. Jf it should not be passed i ,hall

: bu splendid edifices. the House, as to direct in locution of one, would not excludethe enough! to advocate a iteam boat ca- then apply} to tie; i'rt>i idlit! Iud Secretary

I Auion other advantages re- on any lands East of ihe Appa- other. but that both might be in- na! fri/iii the ApjKil-ichic.yl: i, near the I of War, for such relief may be ""ith.

. comnu-nding Tallahassee) a* thc lachiculi, in sections. I consider; disper .able, raid accordingly recommended point \vhero the East enof! Sr, '.\61.. in tl'e power of thc Executive l" IniVtf the
Sfrfi of Government the fortification of Fr-us.'icol.i: .iSAiiiMnce ot nutli that "'In! d*) every
I was the beauty this grant, which was worthies.-! before d-ev'iBr-y: iiiigbt; be made to COJTImuC they
of its Hay: and Harbor[ immediately. tub 'le with it the St. i I f tlm;: ; in their !power to acconipiish cur
I to John's
scenery ; particularly its such
j otu'll to an appropriation: of one /ok or I[, \\ :she:,. In the mean tiir.c. a discret >u
! fine sheet of water & natural hundred ; on St. Rosa. Inland is estimated 'nHr route as the 1, :
j cas. thousand dollars in favor four Engineers :;htlI1iud t..t. luen &i\n to that Uiscrs-ei and intelli-

cade ; and no one could have ima Territory, for the irip-vr.iut: : purposes to cost six hundred and fifty thousand most convenient; and adv.ntati'eou! :>. ycM-t, oilker.CJul.! Clinch: tj jil :ce J strong

gtnrd, that objects useful and I education, and calculated to dollars.' } The discovery of the In favor of this latter scheme, however jl utiiitury force on the frontier or"Alacliua,

beautiful, commanding; the admiration confer future and lasting: benefits'on depth of water in St. Joscplfs! Bay, I fear we should lose tho support t'.>r tin.- protection of the inhabitants of
has supplied a great desideratum of the 1 lv ist Florul'i, Sctf> preventllieirincursioiH! :
of ip'jiitlie peopieVeslward, 1 UiaJvi application
trit>uUMg to the common comfort lands sold of the our coast and gives a value;: to our I: made an ciort{ to e \ [
arc same quality, and proem an appropriation tti tie Secretary of War, fot' anils
and eijoymrnt of the citizens, were those are needed for settlement and Territory of several millions) of dollars for( opening a conllnulli'at on i For wit Militia, and orders have b;:cu issued

ever intended :to be appropriated cultivation. it will) be then time to in the estimation enlightened I from Appalachicoli; to Choctawllat-j tofurmsa; allY quantity lii.it may IJ
J at private- ,property ".i''-'his 0 law petition- Cougress to allow a sale of StatesmenIt-. ---- -- will-- .-- -br- tbo-.mv t"nnrt B..Vr/.*.' 4V rlL- chie. and the ( inrnttai._ ___,-.- _- _I*--**. .W hJ .A4tV< rejiiired, from tnArsenal 1 \t l fOI
fuge of our ships of the line, and will Canals .: ume.: An Aitenal i i" to be erected
confers on the'Governor them to were willing to
the.right create a fund suitable to the insure give any moderate somewhere on tie liulf f-o-itier, anJ I

and Council to mike a reservation )benevolent objects for which the grant with Pensacola a speedy water communication appropriation, if the survey ant shall use every exertion to have it placedon

to the Town of fnis water-fall, and was originally designed, without the Bay, so much to be estimate has been made, from whichan our TeiTitoiv.As .

such part contiguous to the creek, danger of their falling into the hands desired by every part of West Flori accurate opinion of the co .t ni'ght soon u-i I learned that olritlitia: /F.ad

of land da. The discovery of the Bay has be formed it is been called out ior thc ,.ieiencc of ti'e 'fcxr
contribute to the jobbers and speculators at ; postponed uitil) the
as may convenience an
been made by means of the titory, | made application to thc Secretaryot'VVarto
appropriation next session when
or health of the place &tu inadequate price.understood. 4 those! returns are uctauv
o jiiri-; ;!)
_. ., _u ____..... .. _______.1 .. of the. last session. tor the survey. expected.! A bill has been repcrto.lfin' propose an aj.>jr!('] 1I.Iht !f-''
aoaie an nui3anv.cs. j\ reservationof .i: ( I, CXIf:.iajs and .iiv, dial 1))00.;
incidentally thata ot canal and before W 0 W -
our the
or''five-acres around ; Engineers i- improving the inland navig-uion between : iLls it1'l'rol'l i.ttiul' of 4; :;,;10') J l1alS;
four the
question involving 'the validity of have left our coasts, we may the St. Mary's and the mouthof 11'c.- be LZldL: for tnc px'inrof. 1.'.f Militia
f II, and about one acre on each title between a ,British and I G"oi.i and !i.t ''fir'
Spanish expect other most important discoveries the St. Johns which will ,,01 1loii.l.i.I 1 1k: ') U!rh
side of the creek, with its native grant to the same land, in the State of which will develope the resources direct open a : itid'-nioy tr; l Ih! Ios.ei oex.I"HJ:11.I hv aile
growth be converted intoipublic before the our Sou-I, Tu-aot'ilio I ladMus, .and jeceiudanswer ;111
'Mississippi, was Supreme of our infant Territory. them
sea ports to the bead of interesting i cf1tiifl'| that the evidence ol'i'-1
park which, in addition to 'Court, and fearing, if rtro dicision It was anticipated, when Congress, and valuable river. Of the clahi.s: miisf t; |h.: walh ..tHC.t l1t, ortlifi

the natural advantages of scenery should be given in favor'.of the .Hritfc early in the/last session, postponed all advantages, of this work I will no- I Governor of 'ilc Territory, ; ud bu transmitted ,

.dnd climate, 'would,'render TaJla* claim, that it might have a ten en.. other business, and, bjr m .almost u- { tIming:; they arp tOQ .obvious say to reJ J vJ..io..uf by tlieiniu hc.act..o.f cot\foniiity Co u.;.t rea3 gassed with .tl'eprQ.U, i b'J-- ,- .

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I .

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b .
'a ted :

l'4__, ..._'-....!."..."....".:.w. L:'-",-,,__,, :

an iU1IHesion"'thlt the. .l'H1opr.lwut )ha&I fdll power to confer Jurisdiction; ; 0:1 tl.cy Mr. t5rnton proposed two amendments to to certain Lire
secure inhabitants in I Proceedings" be tboold bm tmrtl
lJcn.h.it lJ unr ( o"til ( ouit>, 'for the trial I of the few ca3esmight
)/ (lcrry I It' I to the 9th section which the of I bit rigbtt, hij silence bare led
mi'lil In-"iu.uk condi.cive. to the pvmiiclisterr J JI \\hieh enr.jr; aid! not onl.\ that, but were TeiTiroif Florida, the right andaotby p

; *'., HIM! Pltiilu aiioti t..rlf'-polld.ag to':. I I they l.a\e power tc' pr. ide that if any in- I agreed f to of voting at'elrctions, and to alter 1 1 t agreeabIetoh.others to infer that a reasonable delay wt .*

in !'" piiblir t.lii tigI.1iuu, \\.s iii I'u"ijllk, I hj'.hitnm shall} bu :,H'Ct l oi-.t of Iris county, \ Mr Barton spoko ngninst the bill, the lime of holding the Legislative all it up, or allude On to it Thursday in he did it 'note

\. ;.', at tla' .am.: tWil'. Uif j.rupoMtioniiii. the p"T<4n Mihijr stiall: pity ull tho costs; i and concluded by moving that it bei Council therein which his business to do ', d any way ; as
so. it
; was
i aiid lurthiT} that
:>t ia: \e' M 1111' vri::hT. Ill f M'if a policyl no witncs* shall t be rcquir- laid been
4 c, fcr fuiuu- and In-lill! I hCi.'li1111 il.c- ed lo cttteud any court out of the county in i on the table. read twice, and ordered to be engrossed with exhibiting a< meddlcaf aterfa

int.oilmtU J \\ 1.d1 he i,ls until Mr. Demon l'ahc1r!! the readingof and read his businettifany body eLse bad done
ittintiS llUI l pf!'I't'\ tlC'j : re! ]JiU expenses arc a third time to it be ia bis
was place and
:4i!>i"Ct* of I'H niiKlT pi'Jiifftt-* .4" live od,. I i t..iilirc-d to him by the person summoning the memorial of the Legijlature of day. This bill was sub&eqnently i. proceedings of the Council, engaged mail the in hour the

,'.1'It: fntuio mpll| >' Ilf'li'i.Na>y uf tilt'l i him. Your Legislative Council possesMiijr Missouri on the subject. read a third time and of adjoarnment; tbe assertion, therefore
passed. ,
I ntrtl Mjt > 'l'ii! In'.t.; .<-c l I.ci-u n'comJ" i i tuts undoubted 1"" t-r. I did not peicem* "
\1 r. Johnston of J.ou. hoped the that tbe right .1 protest was not under
l.v of that Ih'part-I j that h1J> injury Could rtrsolt from thc amendp -
lu-d itufcirt.ny
( Soiiale the stood bv the Council or ibat it was
would evade full l' a wilfully
n.iMl, a'i ti "s Iii 'IIro wtU'ii'i'tcd in riuiida. J p meni of the Senate. HIM! if any im'ome- I not investisntiuii fp m A ( discountenanced' is wholly gratuitous.

II n>.iv lir grainins to our pride and patnctiMn i i li.i rice and .ppiesiion has )(:neiperitnred : ofthK bill, which had been ; Mr. Mitchel nYI, in thi* state, thinrs.I .

that tins great nation, in luUuefju .., 1 jr thai dH!s wiiich might to be fostered well drawn, in reference to the inter- I hcre it may be'asked was there fault ; in

will 'ook n' our of the countr\ and prut cot irJ by c\'t'rj. Jovcrmnent, the
of the United St.iles who bad the
ji-sts an.d the lime right to protest, or In othersof
:"( r tl' rn"Bn! of n' sail 'y and proterlion. I I I. Poor, it ha h-en in consequence ol the I:I of tire claimants. tne Council who ought to have recogniied
!\ ? IS'o
tight denied MMitchel >.
,.i..I., tt t-J the c !.i i is under the I IMli 1 articlef I I, their ii: htf.il powns of I legislation, to r>ro1 I Mr. Berrien spoke in favor of the [ the right of penon, the question

ilh aildilionul 1 tnic ar-'in.t it bv wholesome 1'iws. Thislltile hill. 1\Ir. Barton if protest
i t'.f li vats \ some c 'rui opposed and re- whether it should be entered the

,' nt'. If'I\in : to elncid.. tf* its ncuiinr, : : ill'ilkllt. liowevt-r, has len 'i/r.{ I Jll'wpcll.is motion to lay the bill I journals uut upon all
on was agitated at a
:: !! to pi.t "(s C"ncJ quc tion. as I roncehf, : 'JIlin, j)11:nifsed. anti rSi the tabubut withdrew it. i, was made to delay entering it
j s c \!in notion. such as the pi '>: of l>ui ;; 01\ik-pn; ,:::iti.iij me in public; c*li-I':1 again I: until Thtiriday, which was uponthicji'uru.als in

Ccminittce. and the Ja.11iu.1 I U Bal it Messrs., Harrison, Findlay and
tin t;** Judiciary ( ll is apya t lit CM-II I order, and perhaps might Ue advisable so

tiu" tiit" of tlie scsion; that tIC} '\ will not ripeiatcd injut iuii'k: i cou'l! nut .J1" \ot'11I it. I i iA ; White! continued: the discussion! : when |i i that the Members might have examined tbe : .

t. pott tn..l: the brgimin; of the tirxt.I I iiimmtuiii has lic'en inuvle l >f:1 pit>lci'il! ; II i Mr. U.irton renewed his motion' to protest ind have jci-n if it did not containimproper

hdtvthr nh1)5t confident rxpc tation ofa I and win :i if.is subject is lJ..wdif'd u'xxit! for I
lay the bill on the table. The motion statement* ; if the protest hjj
J't\'rilh1c clc ioiOIl : .1 crItcrce! Jl'ttil1eltI'f such pu rj.otS, the i)eoj le are not tt>ld that !, been called
} IUI.MARCH 2a, 1827. :<: up by Mir Mitchel on Thursday
the ojMMions ('t some of tIt: jnosf K-arn- this 1 r.v lulicv -d them 1'roni t'jf licccsriiv of : was rejected' as 1llo\\'S- as -.- -- .- i and they had refused to have it entered

,. ::ttrp.lt It ill Congrs "tco htl\'C ettut raakin: ; en'U t houses and ja.S<> i'i en t it rounty I' ID-Nays :S. trite sans pcur.ttton. upon jonmals there then would he some

''' t.lt 5tll't.. I ; raised I th.-m fiom their t'rritc.r.16\'nj.; l ,! Mr. Chandler moved to amend the color for the assertion that this right uaa

!Ihe! firral rnrrouri.iU and lesohitions] I tudc to the d'.ijiillv: : of ficeiii 'ii, ia conler-' hill! hy adding to the 12th section the (\ :Dnrinc the last fifteen days : ** wilfully Kcouatenanced", ns he failed

I .' it !.iti\ C'HlllcilH'If', reirrrcd to ling the power of>c1f.t! : the agents who i} i' do
i' i!.4 !: > C' :; Jut one thousand bales have come tn mar- to so, in my opinion he virtually

;' ;appnjMintc rfiniuiUn'. *;. Ntaly! .ill of were to make law S for the-jiiosi-s vaiion of 1! following proviso. ket, principally in boats. W: understand i abandoned it."

'ti;. M''.iE} 411 to W'-M'I t'u-y 1']ate \\i-ie b I I their lives libcity, and psoiierty. Uiidei j "l>nvidcd, That no claim shall that the greatest part of it has becu sold at 1 did not intend nor should T have take

t li. t i-JjiTT! ** Icpir 1willito tl-tir arrival]e-I the impression that if Conines Mould confer I| be rc'pi\'cd. and investigated hy the from 8J to 9 cents. en any notice of the protest but finding

,-u"v '-4v! I. eli disposed 0. otti rs rrjoctrd, I: tho power- the Council! of directing I II I S'tid Commissioners, until the pri- I it necessary to correct misrepresentation -

ti< icjiMinil-jr tithtr! in a train of ad- j I additional tf-rnis. it iniynt !11" beu?ficiil to I Grteto Pen .
cid c *, \' -Un the morning of (he I IJth concerning my conduct in relation to
of time t n:e conati v \\uCfl. Irom ac ;i.h'wt. or other} !j son or persons shall Imvu signed an I
'iiv..iiut. or pi stj (' d )rte want : I 1cjnix. Gtcen Peas were in our market and the Memorial I incidentally mentioned it,

I"> ;1'- 'ipou 1I:( IJ. tVoi-i tIe nc..uamlnt'cl :I .\ a tt-r t of a court mijrhf be tni".ed, :i I II agreement that: the settlement of .his we weie informed, by a gentleman of thiivicinity to show that this "tlmrt and pith)" article .

Jr.41"C: of 1'nini fI'rt'.h'1 befoc Con n'! i and that tile jncreusln: population of '''IlI | or her claim shall be a bar to the said that he has had them on his table was robbed of its principal appendaer -

It "'uii; iiV jitatifv; 'ui to me to I CCllli... ?ni'}ht leipiin* adtlilional I ssions ;I 1 f'el1'citt's One of
MUnr ; j'er- I claim in any Court of Justice.: ago. our neighbors alo **, by the voluntary forbeariuce of its

i. :% r, ill tt l' pI inl'ipal! mciuoiijl f'irwr.n.'cd! I'of lh :'ilp.il'! Cout find Lcl o\in; !, that j The amendment! wa jurived to. had new potatoes on his table. terdny, author.

ll M 1pnl,!.(' osu'b"* v.i- -o roniplrtcht I ihe r. ,'k would not "ii-i't jii-i ',oi.i capable I some of which were ucarly] as large asa i

r. :- -.1 I abJy! Mi-iaii.fd bv the Lv i ilaii\r (\>un.l i.t'u.::iiLxuch a pov. i nui:.jpi 1s._ at \n Mr. Eaton moved the f following a-' common 1 lcn's e. D. C. Pinkbam.

-, .1 Htt.U' '1'iriituiV.: A ulerom-e to t'li..tturii.il .- 'f P-H-! :I. f luiull! : 1Ih(' :'r ,!jelI J dif.au jtiicnd- menu!men t, to come in at :he end of \VcTep-etthatMr. Pinkham alludes

.: 4'1 ('('I;tres, aul tI"*, i.xecinivejVpailiiK \ mfjit 10 u 1-ivv re ulitiitr; bulva;c ia our the last section : ,': Orleans .'Jfail.-It gives ns pleasureto in the foreEomfr. to an editorial article, in

t.. uiil; t j.l. tJia: c911rs.' reported at th* Iat f -<;;iou r.ndstiujfiui notice that our of 26th Jan.last.
fits, \\ cvrry subject.vi I PronidtJ That the Commissioners on the 13th inst. a bundleof paper containing

':; ,149 ,'\< ej>iion, aud many ottieis, had I hisfJi :n t'it* Ui der z.f 1.t'.inec. iI iv- I :letters were received here from New |'a misrepreseirtahou" of his conduct. Its

I'Oi'n nU-d fI\' rmbel the aieniotiall.tllaLis I pig, that poM .'r to the Council. i"indi.f. aforesaid shall take cognizance; ; I ; there .id of
tip' .io Orleans, by mA;! via the Steam boat to s speaking Mr. Mitchel,
Ii it '('( ;' i.iid that tiscre! i h upcrlcctbilnren I'I t'tiat the bill! riiight not be lenchcd, I drew in wnsuSt. ol the commission under Mobile, post marked: the 10th. The u. "though he seems to stand atone in the

.ui\ :tj Hn. llf lll'J"; the C.HlII- anoii'rfi aud i ate it to Committee: on this) act, of no claim under this act, mih al speed of the Mail between New ni-nonty: he occupies a proud eminence

I :: ;ujt! !'iy.M :f; '::1 tar J i ') ti.e 'l'II,n11I 1 I (iii: F' :ol.tnif"! s. before I th'.* Mrinoiial of t lie I >s the person so claiming, or from leans and this place has heretofore or'j' from which the inpotent waves of party
Council I artived the committee lb
laytd ici -
!' ::"un'ooUi! :H'H l 1r t..e bin* fit ot oj- j I ; from to il is ciu: never remove him." As th'.s: is said in '
horn he derived his title shall havebeen twes.ty thirty days- now ,
.noitiuj'. it. to cee \\ Iwt.C'r! tai! olln-r could ,
subect of fitv ct.c)0 >
4 J'U "iitr. ,1..c and when the a ntratjraph alluding solely to Mr. Mitch '
ly eight, contemplated -
j be readIC.tl.b.lul this lime I the JUI'marill resident of Louisiana
siro&i1' a at
it'f'r"1" r.r.1
; )fc ::=1 .; : between Mobile Petmcola di-I eVivHttmpretest, we think that Mr. Pink-
route and
' I._.' jnr tat t.':.' Ll.tiun of (,1 11t.ll.'f' 'tl. ;i :,ni\o' lt. Fiiuliii';; that i U could. iinmi not, diuu they time of the treaty of 1803, or a resident rect is in operation, we may expect that i ham '"i, akt. in supposing that it can be
ifjiotieJ thr bill I. and mo\cd\ (*
; M-il. i in lull il
;< : iti (1.Ih'II.I'ro; ijn a \\ e:1 Florida fairl '
the time oftho construed into
I cIJ41siJr'atioll. It has parsed IMP iiite of at trea- it will reduce it to from three to five i ) a "misreprtsenta-
i -,'uu..rl; l.. ri.t,' Lcui;It. t'. at thianvl.; lion"of
i'pl" eutaU '''', and will piobablyc tbcI ty !f( twcen the U. Slates and Spain.1Tlii clapl hiscouducl-Ed. Pen. UazcXe.
jtss ,
uf:, ih: j jllthH'.I?] ( ot th'1 .-' ,.UlIW.j\.IilioJll rf : .

, tuv; ( uucil. i "'! i)0 to ub'iuu thit Ji-mublc i : I i:-late.J motion iivc rise:: to considerhie i -- --

.I'-.:i" .f. I J Jt i i.> my earr>"'-.t diit' '61 <:ultiv.itc peace, I '! discussion; .uul was <1 li ternuncd in A letter, from a highly respectable Far Iks Pinmcola Gaz tile.

U i itlj: irspcct t,> (heil'itu's; .- Tt!. :! .r-h.t, j 1.:.I1.1 I I I'ul i inony lit tte 13:TJTory. and h-o' IJI I the alliiunlive Veas gemleinm of Georgia recently at I I Mn. HUNT-I had cird frequently rainy
:- : 22-Nays 2v).
.; :s 11 *, j.::.tOr1Uflc. (njiufnl as it i, inr nic i* had n ati..fc'fIlIY, and friendlv extdjina- vVashmgfon City, has been put into j j jour encomiums passed on the light at the

-. 10 (':t1 rr ith f11Ch : 1.i,}. .: Hth..ri1.) I I ti.tI \'. it hone Lr.incJj of our local < O\'C'innifni. Mr. Holmes moved, as an amendment hands afrienwe fromit [I entrance of this Harbour, hut on a late occasion -

Ei fl1tf'rfJin.t dlkn'uf QP:1 m flf. H ti.a \i'hen in tin; 1'1 ritol j", 1 shall not, I tile lMlc\v5iicf nroviso: : "That by extract I : I had the pleasure, in company with
? 7
-e.J l th" ( i ci. I vlniuri; ni.,y hat* I b; en ti.t-: JHJti\s "t \ ill all of di--isi-.ns i ajiinst sj much as relates: to our Territory : several others, to view the lighthouse, and
t "I.n'> 1.y onnui. ; in I tIliilit e.ise.s: : : the '
K,fl.t ofuii'.ttn-i' Ikp.irtuifji! ia tln.iri.itf which think will interest observe the uitnir in which It is kept.
:,' au !.,1.1il'l< nt tLC l L.\:, fptrifsin: ; theiioje I l.'niu: d Si-ilt' : in wivh! tile title ; we
to Mr.
public! i.iiuti tLeir! example : Ingraham, thckeeper of the light, with
proceedings ,
(!'ij:. (', \1. : .u il.t. .\ ,IS zrc :1:11< I ;(' our readers, as the opinions of a distinguished -
I Ly recrimination.'i more than,: ''luOO acres sludl be involved I his usual politeness, explained the machine
".i'i.dc': 11 he I't'I1j11f'. "1':1':' purt iu.1 II! c;1' H\. individual! at dtance.!
,\' tl t at v tic ;lItt'rtP,11lO t'--' ]pl$1 J h l.t- people off"'...Ir: l't ha"; irreat rerfmii tIt t ;mi::t.l: hllle to the Su- I. h.i *' a ry &c. but I was more struck > ith the extreme -
felicitate! th m.'h/! Jib'.dij-i !i IV'thiLgtGii (ily, :ht Fcb. 1827. neat-ie and which -
i f 10 ? ou tli (2oiiut.li economy pen'adf"d
itv.g4' IIt -l" .1 tn' ;t tI1rrlu; r.4uLttIfl :, at plt1tie : I
'ie' (Jcncral (iovnuijrH : wViiu; the l.I..fI I "I fear the general pKm for removingthe the whole establishment, than with the
i!L. \\. '':ie ('f tin public; j'M'1! .t : & if I u.z ) Kane obsorvc/; : :;lt the continuance Indian. those in Terri- 4
including your other
.i, ivr, i ia !'.,i-_ I .shimKi:', ., H' b" in.oi.nii I IWI. yenrs. upwards fJfthru' I IlIiI.II"I '! U.o'I ; :- I !. objects whirh indeed were quite newt
; of the discu. um was fiuilless cannot be act.dupon during the ses- ; Jnek. deserves
I >nr.d d ilai < IMS j. 'i: r r iii't-u in our 1"-! ; tory ; Insjrahatn much of
cih ,
t"c hO in I
t ': ) f'c !b.i\:: \, :,a.c wi Se.K I shall; a wy" !It c.I'. : -lory,fn.HI- the- |:ulnr ii'-'iMiiy! ; txtet '. I' :i I as there was m> pm.siject) ot ulItt'ug t ti'jn; but the Government mu The
: t-I bIr'.ls "f the cou. aid ..o.mt.y havi-< .-nmar.c tho] Vari01.15 view of cenllemen in ting as respects the latter. iMte are I department. F.
< i!---ihc Jtst1-] -' IJt>!.i i'1r.ma. t I : ; : regard I'.ill: for the
: : WI.I now engaged in discussing a ,
iiiinaUo impnnemeiit
; an rivt-n tu i interr.j -
ii'ici >* ij-e pt'tition*: j-li.iil re'.'jiv<- frnm me i ( : t') the hill. It lind now become settlement of all land claims under British, ,i -

ir"p vtful t < ...irfeja'i in nod support.heii'i ] j I i in that quarter ; c.nu !c j>iopo difteicnt from Fiench and title 1 trust and believe
; J and,in train of execution. Roads a very mca uie thatconteio11atttI Spar.uh
> a
\\ Jc:i isa1i! e''ininril, in 1S2'1, at I with
We look anxiety
it will .
nadr tl.e I'oits of Entry the C pas* great .sn1.rAJf1m'SY
f : at pibic csjn.c. by OlfllniT tee.
tl. in.'taiicc bt-lifve of my immediate f.rr- Canal.
for Bernird's of the
C'c'f' -\lr. pns-pd o law making the MarI I and ck-liveiy c-tab'i--itd.; L' '1hoii'i5 lIe therefore moved that the bill be lie will go out in survey March. I am Ship told some I
erected Post and I'ostiilcc
,tt:':s ti>f 1I1inisl<'ri.t1 ofiiccrsouhe Superior j I esrablivhed, Jj.J rou-j.; : settled I.iid on the table :Rejected ; Yeas of your Floridians consider the scheme 2-

( oUI t. I did not bCd" a ?inge! complaint : ; dan by visionary I
J the
25. '
a final I act of onnCrtio.iic:; : privat-* c'.ain.sto >ays one. assure yon must sensible -
and. upon j.'UlI'y'tltrollb'h the Tf'rri10- j me"u here f'l1tf'rtai- diilVnnt
Mr. Holmes' a opin-
be tin 'rncftfie Lniied i
snr\fyfj ut e\ -
was a-
r lat i"a 11.1 heard whatever.All I Ii It
> no complaint ion.-The value of Florida to the I'liion; &.
:t th.ut 1i ut People She Territory desire States ; pre-emption rights sl'cnrcd.1) pje- ; red(l to, the following uores being the unreniitied ovMtious of Uf r Delegate Vwto'CPnsato1a.

i i", thaI the duties shall bt well performed, i jertethe honest settler ?gtin'-t iie! apr i- : aci.'c-i to it at the of Mr.Bi.rrm ,
of the imifascd suggestion have procured fr her more of the ati .i- ------:=' ---- T
ty sptiliIator : an gi tnt ,
the piocrpsof the Coint faithfully rs 'cuted, ;
: within six moinhs after tion, Icpslaiionund exptnditun-the Nation ARRIVED.
for education, and for tit: eieMum uf otr I!
Mid when colkcted! safe in the ofli- I
c,r's luomy iianif.- ; no,Trailer w hat he is called, public buildings : our judiei.irv: oi 'rHni-.o! Jhe decision.i i thau has c\cr_ bctn extended to a Territory \ irrli 1G.-Scbr. Celia, Hiieh-

if lie does this satisfied. The numerous private (lail1l ai'ju! 1L",1. ;:'iu I The! bill after further discussion before. If} urludisms wciv H'lHO'ea1I cock ',r
they are II i sonic I L.iaJcIu.', !' I'lori- Key cst.
and l n adjj-'cd
\ ,'
paid for J VA' y.tJr
appropriations ciu :
.Marshals at > erurd by Territorial 11:1\\. ; i'ity and the
po adoption of an amendment da would settK* with great japuu.y, and ENTERED. 2
I provided ; our Indian affaiis in a train olimpiovcment
tt their ur fcrs an is J't Kulatf'd and by the Council, ; a militm) j>oJ estabhahci! I offered by Mr. Heed, requiring with an excellent population. The decline .March 17,-Sdir Morning Star
vurity ample, by making:
t'niii tl'e sole! executive ofiiccrs of the Su- Ilk Uach'ia ; naytnent t.> lit made 1'1 :ur militia the registry and record of claims of Cotton as a staple, has directed -the attention Adai.is Havana; Cargo. Coffee for

'(:lot Court, the People are freed from ;jour land surveys continued : the Legislature -' within a certain time after the establishment of many of our large planters lime to Mobile, and fruit and coffee to Hy.MicUclet .
; Florida as a Suyar countiy, once
taxation u biild court-houses and jails ; elected by the People. Tlies-! of the commission ,Jcd of this p1acc.CLEARED.
was reported or twice myself bern strongly teiiij : topay
are some of the benefits secured to tie Territory -
f-ty air sUPIiid; l nt th-! expense of the Uu .
to the Senate. vUr that I milt judge
the a ,
!irl Stntcswith numerous other expenses, in the last two year*; u period, during country .

\\liu ', n'.'ul l j !.t- impoK; d Oft the Territory which, the councils of the Nation, have Tuesday, Feb. 27. for myself 1" the Land of Flowor elect] Col. March 15.-Schr. Elizabeth, For-
it.: fm Pi I think I been jnoie di"tiacted by party questions, The bill hope .you are going1
nan;-.r.ein. can asMjf. making appropriations for syth Tampa Bay Cargo for U. S.
and excited than fyimer Wkite Apiin. He has a vevy high reputation ,
Wilhoul'thc! tVirof; rontrailiction, that period since controtorfy.ti.e wu any the support of the Government, during here and has done mt>K for the '1't'r- Army. .
icjicr wa an MISIMIUC ill judicial
}:I"1' there : I have now g vt-n you a plain statement the year 1827, was read a third ritory, during the last two years, than any Star AdamstMetric.i >
,111\. rountiyhere were hrn- 20. Schr. 1\1
been rAng ,
could do. I have
I ifj-our i pbiic: J.kirhcie, in which! have time and 1 other man
,iiir. passed.
t"H t ; of one Citurt. no matter "hat :
I both Session nnd fo.raed my opinion, not Cargo Wine, Coffee &c.bv .
i some 'ilrti'il.tjllJ. I have been thus
"uJ"'uhlion! of it The bill! from
jurisdiction < other house
1 h ttijuld! I lie attended with pos>esse i', 1I11.,.:!C, h/j.i event retire.sfritatiou. The to merely from personal obbcrvatiou, but N. ]{. Allen, A. Soil and the Master -
iiic\itulj- a con- secure the ri'jlit: of voting in elections remarks of others. Hut he is
from the
.-fjiuthority. and icMjlt in fmbairas I'I'tLf't s.ciiemire: of t'e I&st !!ns coiniiicpd me, ; ; Passengers MCSSLS. Hotchkwsanil
I to certain inhabitants o1 Floridt l the most indefatigable man I everTottie
tlmt ell 1 certainty
JI'.l.t' and ('OflUsjOn.: In the States \. .c.C' I. my public act be grossly per- was I 'ClaiM.

fl4( jilt i..tli.'li.ln is .
!'.'111'11 .d Statt Courts. tion'aud intentions imp'it.-d to me foreijju {{I mittec the Judiciary -__--- .-- ------- -- I
a? : Ihe qia-surji Oil '- 1 ,', &'; J ,
i' "*.diy! d.it-II'; it. If tin- .'ln timti'm alj".I ln.-n my chaiactcr; and lerlmgs.TIu !1 I .O. .f' .ilIt1itV'L-.1o' J. ,, :.}:. !i 16.-U. S. llwence Cutter '

l"I 'heretofore ; the :'oneroiK rorfidence III Z'ltiur of the I'ciisacolu Gaz te.
Miu-vw. n'' :u would e> ei tl.ink c.f the my
4 constituents, added tit rh" CMiiNi.laUun; ofknowing /f6. 19. I beg leave to offer a few remarks upon .
ofa I
I.JI.-!R :t M.'tr !l.al! and :S n,( tit)both.I ,I II -- -
Lt' *( r fa'emIf! .uv txpz esc or implied: 'I thai I have l.>bor<-d faithfully to'!I A bill from the Senate for the the communication made by .1r. Peter MAIL AttRNOEMKNT.Northern .

'wi h. <>n this subject."by tlie P.npkand "\ecuiitin- t'lIiof tt.ii h.iti r.'jlu..cd in im '! gradual I improvement of the N-- Mitchel in ) our last paper.
if C HW a\ a.ssniano tu'it I shall! ] i I Mr. Mitchel does not seem to deny Mail
I t,.(\- i-'iid. in sr .posingthe :G"; : bcjudced of ,
the United
t ; btrtes read
I vy
was communication,
r.'fl: Vin tina I to (Uieiu, they will 1(1'1111'1 "11\' tially ; you way couliilt I \oiir publicatTEj i material facts stated in my 1)T.TE VVeducaday and Sunday at
[ :twice land committed to the Com the lor consideration every
thcjj-iiriMo; be'.ievthat! it \vns from anL : to peiNi-irs of enter abiliue: but | that he presented protest 4 o'clock f". M.

,.av- <.mL-lion\ ofits pk\)piii-Ur.urt fri I to none iviio \, ill be rnorre zisilous, or more I I mittee-on Naval affairs. and epon motion of* member of the Deportevery'Saturday and Tuesday

t .l"irl' ii. iu uious in 'Utlo( rvjf t'. ;i:ni whethirl Council,'ti e further consuicralioi* of it.waspostponed
to violate ZI;"ri.1! "r ; and Thursday, /. '22. nd that rto'cIoc'kA. M.Florida.
\I am ro'itinued in 1iIiId '' or retire to prhiite until jUi next Thursday
I.. :ht"J n'rnplain, It udl l>e in me, a 1\lr. Stairs from Mail
the Committee -considferation on
lift' Nhall
1.:1.: : ... ,! I alwiyeiJoy the consciousnessof he tailed to up ,
;'": # A ent. and I10t throuchi I
0 :.t"inn xinto! of tIcS, whojrve havinr done rt ery; lhng: in inv-' power on Naval Affairs, reported the that day, or at aiiy future periods; be does Due'every Tuesday 30 oclock A. if.
..agency J ,for the beiiefi' fthc Tt' bill from not consider this as a virtual ahandoudOOJo'JJt" artsumedxyat2o'clockP.M.
111:1\ *. HHI1C iior-'. eat piejiuiices' nor I : n itory.'oui the Senate for the gradual Be
.1\,1" \ IciloVk riti/en 'of the protest, I do, and that u \v. Hasdi Hunt
(i.1' tlw1r I ,
(i\' n pJS :1:1'patrt.n:1!re. improvement of the Navy of ,
JOS. the difference between us.
M. WilliE.February 7" '
\\'j1 as n': 11'f.r\ the '' iiiuocvnt preju- ihe tTmted States Post Matter)
.1.. -' Wa''nin-jton, 2 l ht.: 18Li7. -with amend to lJl'for Wc-p>* of the I
tf !)iH' 1"1,1 If It wa s
0 person Tensacdla} 34th Hatch 1827.
i r I- meals aid the bill -.J r".I. l'
'I 'Y. := __ : ) and amendment Mr. Alitebeiiromincjvuiu. "1
th. tt vfcst:; n p bill was iUlrr.c1I'rc1u I e\\.N'Glr\ 'lON $ were referred Committee pioti-stof he could nut obtain it, from I'- t :
Z" 1 "". ,. 1 ii'i ntutive amend I i l\ to me the Council, t
: of the whole the Sate the best ui all re-14snus, because -no protest .fldmi'MWaTMr& ;Sale. % '
: *' .*' .: a"*" f.ei- e'.4aIJ1I1lit3Z, a Teiiitoli.jjfM I -------- -- -- -- --: on them nor did any ,

: 1, .' in Florida ; 'to d*'fine the} IN SENATE, of the :Union, and ordered to be was ever entered'ercoiucndcr upon their,consideration, -fly[ permission -of the Hon. Coimly -

.K 'f tin protest 13 -Cowrt for the County of KscaiKbit, I
( Com, anl rcpul-ite the printed.! of Mr. Mitchw to 'cal
:'. '.ritsufticci.s to fix their MondayQ11i lYu. 1S27. it was the amt will e m for ale1'0r'CashJto4Jwi "igI1-
to-doso :
co nprnsam Mr. Srorra notice that ownmotions he failed ,
lie ,
H .,- ide for appeals in all cases to the The Senate resumed the hill !prov'ulnijr gate up his irtu Uy abandoned 4t." est bidder, at *2 bJe1 t.M. TO v itttrday

I efppais at Tallahassee yud I should on Monday, or as soon as therefore Saturday 10th February 1S27,in ftonfofae mote I I fir the trial -of land} claims in Tbe history of this pretest is this; on -

I Dually to :crnie lie rich's of those de- 1 several States and T crrjtoric possible after the pa-tage of the umorziiigihefimal >otc wa taken upon House ia the City of ItriiacoH, w &c

lit-pn- *'uc.i H.h'lhkt.l t: be protected of;J. KM usir-detoajstd,
Mr. Johnson of Louisiana: offered' &pprapriaion bills, ask to take 'Up the passage of the .Momorial ; .prev.ouJ properly
'\ tlu-;
Treaty betueen ,
and the Uni'd i- iM.tcbei
Spain Mr.
: tatp;:, ;.nd) to confer on the people the i, an amendment to the sixth section. this'bill, and to go into Committee to the miestion being strike taken ouf ,certain n word &W nCOca 1jI8
made motion to
(It" .h.'.&l.'f pjrro;atMc of freeinru, m HI1" After :: Ion? d'bate on this motion, the of the wholetmtheState-of the a memorial I seconded the motion ,
the ,
',i,.: them, fur the fir.t tian.' in a Territory, Senate adjourned. Union on it. from made exertion ill my power to ih said City; wd tf the aJ4 lot thiH Wft
and every
.'\bC'r' .thr Tinted Hate* paid the expenses: Mr. M'Coy, from the Comrait-. further his views ; upon examination itw bring a-ufficieI3t sum of money ta .

." elect.their own Itgi-:ah.rs. Tuesday, Feb. 20. tee OH Claims made unfavorable ascertained that the words, moved by Mr. the dentines which may larc tyy* fi1e'cI
an -
These The Senate resumed in Committee not in .the .de-o'f the s1 bveue4,
the }
M.-re the ;IU.\IMOD? of the bill.. as Mitchel to be stricken OIK were ag-ainst
w*.en it i\nN 1-it'iUt d by me hi the House of the whole the bill to provide report oti the petition of Silas .MemoriaU alrho' others exactly the same "II h.l1 'Proceed immeditetY, d,tJtne; sa

.',t }'.l'pTl'sc1fatJ ", and'uith these proviiotnonly for the trial of claims to lands in Dinsmor, and the petitioner had irtpcrt were fon.idlnit, as Mr. AAtclieUid time and pia c,toeW Let N*. AI '

it panj-cft th 1I1:c:. The Judi. tho States of :Missouri Louisiana leave to withdraw his petititm. not modify bis motioti, no doubt because 'I city.

nar.r Ccir.mitte > of tie Senate, without An Act making appropriationsfor hesaw as woK as anysc1 that alar.e majority M. Crapper, '.

('Hfl.til t'ui'ju with rne, and without Alabama, Mississippi, and in the of the Conned. re decidedly advert
my ,
."PH I'de, made fen ai.>etulment to the Territories of Arkansas and Florida, the support of the Navy of the ,to any .tnendnxrt&irfeatevet, no tote was C1nl8A.'IiS1 ..

,':. proviiliuff that but .\ terms of the in the casus therein specified ; and it United States for the year 1B27,; taken, 'fuul ,we ftiteWed ourselves with ,

: N'Prior I1trj.i.: Omrt should l-e )h.UIt"n in each I having been amendedOn was read a third time and pased.MthI,2s vatmjr agminst tbMcttorial; we were the The sale avtrtzi&a! f'e, a
It oted it. On I
\\a EUJ'Jto..t'd HIlt sucii a nu.m.1q.r only members.tho

'.II g (> iirm. "'ii! ihose the l.t islnUve motion of Mr. Johnson, of Louisiana On motion Monday morning Mr. MUchd restate* : unSturda.y 31st MahX.-
( of Holcombe
ulinc 1 \\1' Mr. it react % the Clerk, and
utJ-'raeJ to .inI tifute., in hit further to amend the bill tttonAcrt: was y
by '
h"cr..1 ('ItU:1t i, \\1uld b $ufiid"Jit fur the loner of the Srcreriiy of the : upoojnotion of q Member the farther contideration M. -Ctiapptr,
striking out in the 6th line of the 6tb t .
'o.n.'ni"nt Thursday; .
admrnistr/Uioji oiLItL )u:tirrf Nary to the Commilttui'on- Nava.1 : of ft was postponed to yCkrk.pensacol& : ,.

iiiori ttian had VEUally t' yn 1, (.,'icJ<(1 section, the vords "otherwise than Affairs the of live oak I when this motion was made. I expected MIt : \
ill on .
other {'I. itorif. It was au &mend-' from the Government of the United; subject Mitchel would object to it, but be did not, 13th Vclary..1827L__ __ ,
rent without [ timber ordered to he prInted.. I thanertioft & _. ., -- _
: my knowledge, and one States and inserting the words was avid $o far as hw sUence will autbonze- -wBFwthK. ,

'*Jicb 1 could not prevent. The rnnltiplicaJ Tuesday fcb. 27. be appeared t 9 auiesce m it. I .. "
from cither the French .
: u comities had rendered or Spanish aloae was
affair: j
J it and be
improcticaWe It was hi. private bottle foryUol& .ie *tthe'ea
Mr. from .. ommii. small ,
in direct tcrtni ofthe Superior Court in Government, it was determined in Strong, Ihfj the person to object t6 the notion, I Jr1N \;

U If tIt{'jj : and like Legislative, r-uacil the affirmative ;- Yeas Sir., -Navs. 9. i.tee on Territories" reporttd ..PiU .if it Vr::r.tn.to bis Tfew41-; i BookQtote.t."drr '. :'). .


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t. GTRHllEUor Four Gentlemen, via mIj NEW ESTABLISIIMEiNT. Brick Lime Latbes Wanted. Letters (or Foreign Ports.i p I I WM.1CrtAtft': .

I & wish) to retire from the bustle of the the information of those who put fiSFOHMS his friends and the putt.

.. Town during the Summer months, can The. For in this Office directed to foreign '' lic generally, that he keep s the

be accommodated with comfortable boad I WILL purchase, or contract for the pdrts the following extract from the Instructions PLA.NZ'. UOTEx.,
at the Ferry-house, on Deer Point and supply of, of the Postmaster General is and will take great pleasure m accOIl1ZDo.
have the privilege of the ferry-boat, when Eagle Tavern 390.000 BRICK, 8 inches long, 4 do, published. Letters have frequently been dating thOlewho may favor him 'tVltb

4 coming orer with 'passengers. wide, and 2 do. thick. put in thi office, which not having the their custcm.

For terms apply at this office. ...INDTRAVELLER'S 36,900 BUSHELS common shell lime. postage on them paid, will never reach -Tallahassee, 10th Feb. 1827._1-13t,
: _Pensacola 15th March 1827-2-tf. REST. 6,900 BUSHELS of Lime, made of the place of their destination. 1J'S
I live Oyster shells f Extract.-"If any letters are placed in
t NEGRO MEN WANTED. Ai&. THE Subscriber informs the public 100,000 LATHES, 4 feet long,for plas a Post-office, to be sent to a sta. ort by AND FOR $. LAt

c 1 wish to hire immediately, T11 that he has opened a house tering. post, and thence by ship to some foreign the Pensacola Bookstore
jqwt. of Public Entertainment, :n the : ;the postage of such letter, for such ,
be of the best place
The to
above articles are a complete and
i house formerly occupied by Maj. Hnll i is be general assortment of
I quality, and delivered at the Navy Yard distance as.it to conveyed by post,
(or that purpose, fronting the public above high water mark, as required by must be paid at the place of reception,
I A3S square, which he has fitted up in a convenient the mechanics, and most convenient to otherwise it is not to be forwarded." QUILLSsome
H I manner for the reception ef tra.
Hasell Hunt
the spot where they are to be used. W. ,
vellers and others. His table will alwaysbe
NEGRO ..MINI supplied with the lest which the They will also be subject: to the usual Pest Matter.' of them of very superior quality.

Yard, and market can afford, and his bar with the inspection-of Yard upon delivery. The Post Office, Pensacola, 20th Nov 1826. OCjWanted a quantity of Geese', P.gleg' ..
to be crapped in the Nary the 13th
Brick between
must be delivered -b and Swans'Vinga..
best of No exertion will be
I 'P hom it is desirable to obtam.2 liquors. of and I last of \Vebbvi\\fc Inn
araong3t the laborers there will wanting ou the part of the proprietor, April next May. Pensacola. lit )larch.1826.
1 or 3 Joiners For Worn with security will be subscriber informshis friends and J
dollars! month, with to render general satisfaction to those approved .1-a
I I fee allowed 15 rations per and medical attendance who may favor him with their company.His required 'for the faithful execution of the THE Public that he has opened a Xotl e.

,! f the common and Navy for the mechanic the stables are well calculated for a number contract for the Brick and Lime, and the House of entertainment in this place for Jonathan Dearman
to of horses-and a good and attentive contract will be closed whenever acceptable the accommodation: of travellers and )
i) t ti9nal adJition of price ; proportioned vsEfford In
I. >
Ostler will at all-times be at hand. proposals are submitted. boarders who are not subject to inebriation Attachaent.
t their qualifications. Families, or (lentlemen who nay wish, Sam' H. Overton he flatters himself that he can rive Jones -iaN
r R. Overton this \Writ
. Sam'l ''f nTii those who will case a Attachment
I' can be accommodated with private a- satisfaction to please to !lIas,
been issued and
Navy Agent. levied
Navy Agent. call on him. on certain
;, Feniacola 13th March 1847-1-tf. partments. Geo. Fisher. Pensacola! 1st Jan'y 1827-44 tf. His table will be furnished with the lie of the said defendant, and a suit insti.fat.

:' pair of prime OXBIT are Q3The Editor of the Mobile Commercial :best the country affords his stables with tuted in the Superior Court for the We,-
'f: (O-Three: Tallahassee Dec. 151ti.Ihawing tern District of Florida.
1 also required immediately, for wklcht'j' ; Register will please insert the abovein .!good corn, and provender, together with
' I t liberal price will be given his laPCttf. a faithful and attentive Ostler. All the Adam Gordon,
S.lt.O. r Public business for this county is Pen acols 6th Dec 1826 .qig

f ; ., SUPERIOR COURTof transacted in this place which is situated LEON ACADEMY for PI'-

, J L'E (-.J West Florida. in i the centre of the Chipula settlement.L. ,
. : YOS On Wednesday the 25th of April M. Stone TALL \R 1 1 E.
11 November Term, 1826. ,
%tit'li ON CONSIGNMENT next. Francisco Bonal Executor of c Webbville, Jackson County, NOW in operation under the luper.
: ( the French Ship Pac- Virginiaa.te "Lottery 25th 1827. care of the Rev.
.J-, 0' ( HE Cargo of the Estate of Domingo Saas! I n January Henry
I If : a tole. Capt. Delalue, from Bor FOR THE BENEFIT OF THK t 3P- N. 8.The name of the Post Office in White A. M. "
, I, deauxcOfl8&tK0f vs. F County has been changed by 'the I IIlhis In this institution will be taught all the
J Dismal Swamp Canal Co. Fernando Moreno Senior I 3O :
.: CASKS ClretVine and Olivier.! .. Department from.stO le'S Store to Webb branches in the Latin, Greek and Fntrhsh -
Domingo )
I 08 of the most approved SIXTH CLASS, 'HIS day came the said Complainant, 'ville.I -48-4w. h sciences, necessary to a complete

I Brands, 01 the vintage To be drawn by Benjamin D. Wright Esquire his L. M. Stone, P. :\{. education.
, .. of 1822. On IFednetday 25th of Jpril next, Lectures on Natural and Moral Philosophy .
I Solicitor, and it appearing to the Court
, 1 22 Pipes Old Cogniac Brandy, J.; B. Yates and A. iWIntyre,, that the said Fernando Moreno Senior, TnEAeURYOFFICE, l and Astronomy, delivered for llm
benefit of the
r ) 580 Boxes Claret wme, tome very su- MANAGERS.SIXTY and liumingo Olivier are not inhabitants Jan. 16/A, 1827.J Students.

l F perior. of this Territory, and they having failed ALL persons having claim against the Examinations at the close and exhibitions render.ed .
NUMBER-COMBINATION LOTTERY notified, that before each session.
, 80 do. prunes, to appear and answer the complainant'sbill are
,S t 40 half ditto do. NINE DRAWN BALLOTS. herein agreeably to law." It is therefore they can he audited :according law. it this It is the design of the Principal, that

: ; 100 Uaskett Sweet Oil. S CIIEIIIE.I ordered that, unless the said defend will be necessary for the accounts be institution become permanent, iT

It i : 80 Boxes Olives, Capers, Anchovies Prize of glO.UOO i is! S10,Q0 ants do appear here, on or before the made out & certified; forservices performed suitable encouragement be given.TUITION .

f and Peaches. 1 4,000 j 4.000 first day of the next term of this Court, to as Judges of l-'lcctiunss, by the "

; 200 do. Cologne Aten. 1 2,500 2,500 be holden on the first Monday of May Clerk of the Election, that the services 1st Class, S.10 per session,of 5
.. S6 do. Ant'd. Cordial I 1 1,564 1,564 p next and answer the complainant's bill were duly performed and also' by the dcr months. cIcn.
100 Bags Almonds. and Walnuts, 25 5 :1,000 5,000 herein, the same shall be taken as con- Clerk of ths County Court that the appointment ,I 5d Class gt5. Sd-Olass
lbs each. fessed them. was duly made. If for g2Q.
I 10 500 5,000: services inference to Col. Robert
I :: 40 Large Earthen Water Jars. 20 200 4,000 Ami it is further ordered that the foregoing as! Clerk of Elections, to be certifiedby Governor Duval of Tallahas.ee Butler and

300 Empty Demijohns. 45 100 4,500 be published in the Penskcula two ot' the Judges of the Election Nicholson and -Doctor

{ I j 100 Bags Corks 102 50 5,tOO Gazette once a week for the space of that tiC appointment was duly made and den county. Squire January McBride, of Gadt-
.1 i I 100 Hampers Bottles, 102 20( 2,040 four months and once a month for two the 6crviccs performed. All other accounts -24th. 1827.

I 12 PackgCS.I7 Goods, containing ;1632 8. 13,056; months thereafter.A for services renderedin either the A "-4
t Broad Cloths, Linens!, Handkerchiefs of 11475 4 45,900 true Copy from the Record. Superior; '>r County Court, the certificate: m lf a

j'., different kinds, Cambricks, Printed ottonsShawbPrLlndla Atttest, of the I','esivlinjj Officer of the Court, that FOR

; ShoetiGlovci.Colur-! 13 95 Prizes. 102,660 'v. Hasell Hunt. the account i is just and according to Law,
, I Artificial Flowers, Head Dresses, will IS2"Just
cUes, 20325 Blanks be required ; and the account duly
: Umbrellas. Foolscap and Letter Paper, C'lk. Sup. C't. \\'. F. receipted, or a power given ttJ some fitperson

1\I t Ribbon, Silks, &c. &c. 34220 Tickets Pensacola 15th November 1826-38 to sign the receipt, oeforc the
-w4m and m2m. received
I IN STORK -- be and for Sale
\ j'. In this Scheme composed of 60 numbers money can drawn from the Treasury.

A general assortment goods suitable hy ternary combination with nine Jllm CC.AQitm Davis Floyd, AT THE
-t for the country. drawn ballots there will be 84 prizes r.eus1lcolu
Terr. :i'reds Bookstore.W.
UiFlowers urcr. .
\ N. H. ALLEN. Literature
with three of the drawn numbers them of
on ; A'ote--For the Election in 1823 instead

Pensacola J3th Feb. 1827-50tf.( 1836 with two of them and Hasell Hunt.
.. on; 11,475, Wit and Sentiment of the certificate of-the Clerk of the
t; : with one of them on ; the residue having FOB 1827. Couuty Court, the certificate of the Secretary Penaacola 2nd November 1826,

f' i t : none on, being blank of the Territory will be required. -4
t To determine the fate of the 34,220 Office of the Saturday Ev. Post,? 03:: The Editors of the Last Florida L'-TElt.\l\," .
: : > ': tickets in the Scheme, the 60 Nos.from 1 Philadelphia, Dec. 2. 1826. 5 Herald and of the Florida =Intelligencer
: The
'" t s* :;% .* Kir' to 60 inclusive, will be placed in a wheelon 1 milE CASKET cr Jlawcn ..f LitcraJL will give the foregoing three insertionsin Philadelphia Jttbum, anil
4 'I *esam*?
I the day of the drawing, and nine of < lure Wit and Sentiment, which has I their and Ladies'
_.c ts' 4 respective papers forward Weekly Gazette
% :
f Ii Ir I j them be drawn ont ; and that ticket having had au unprecedented increase of patrons their accounts -therefer :to tho Treasu which eight ,
Il on it as a combination, during the last! six months will after Of' quarto pages arc pub.
rer's Office. .
: -48- lished weekJv_, marinD'. ._ ... On.. .._....AW
*l The 1st 2d and 3d drawn numbers the present vol. is finished each number v ouiiuac
I' volume
equal to eight hundred
, will be entitled to the contain 40 octavo pages, printed wllon NOTICE. two octavo and thirty
,. prize of 10,000 small handsome type, upon the finest pages printed on fine paper
and embellished
That having on it the 4th, 5th paper, stitched and covered, and furnished L ETTERS of administration on the es- with splendid engrav
at the low of tate of THOMAS B. BULL, late of the ing!!
and 6th, to 4,000 price Two Dollars)] and '
That having on it the 7th, 8th fifty cents per annum. The Casket is a : County of Escambia deceased, having It. design is 'to furnish weekly Re
nnd 9th, to 2,500 collection from the choicest pieces of the been granted to the Subscriber, by the pository or abstract ot the fine Arts.BoU-
I Hon.the County Court of said County ny, History, Travels'Revicws, Mural Es.
That having on it the 22d, 3d Saturday Evening Post, made with a reference ;
t J and 4th, to 1,564 to the difference which should all persons having demands against said says, Sketches, Tales, Familiar Letters

\ Those five tickets having:; on them the exist in the materials of a weekly paper, estate are requested to present the same Poetry, Receipts, &c. &c, with a weekly

'I I 5th, 7th and 9th, ] and those of a monthly publication the i immediately and those: indebted ate desired Summary of the earliest Foreign and Domestic

'C 5th, 8th and 9th, former of course enriched with essays, to nuke payment' New. The Album is peculiarly!
1. .l 6th, 7th and 8th.} each $1,000 poetry, anecdotes, and'those set off by a Wm. A Bell, to such subjects as are most interesting

!f #, By the Presidentof United 6th, 7th and 9th, recital' of the occurrences of the week. ddminiatrator.Penweek and useful to our Fair Countrywomen .
t ,
. 6ih, 8th and 9th The latter can receive little value from 20th embracing n great variety of tho
t Nov.
1826.38St.it .
elegancies of
1 States. hose ten tickets having on them the a mere detail of events, many of which tion dress polite literature, converta
J7N pursuance of Law, I, Joux QnscrUAiuvtfl would cease to interesting before they ;, : Trees beauty, manners, &e. with bio
President of the United States 4th, 6th and 7th,) were recorded.Tne .Grapes, $c.Subscri graphical sketches of those who have:

of America, do hereby declare and make 4th, 6th and 8th, vast quantity of matter crowded, bee;. distinguished for their talents, pie

known, that a Public Sale will be held at 4th, 6th and 9th, by small type'and careful arrangement, 1 -. ty. and other eminent virtues.

.,.aI the Land Office at Tallahassee,in the Territory 4th, 7th and 8th, into the columns of every number of the llber, proprieI.'b In addition to its usual variety, early irt
of Florida on the third Monday in 4th, and 9th, Saturday Evening Post, will in the torof the Linnzan January will-commence the publication of
May next, for the disposal of the Lands 4th, 8th and 9th, each$500 course of a month, furnish the most ample nearly sixty Original Tales, and shortly
5th, 6th and 7th, I Botanic Garden and Nurseries, at Flush thereafter,
ituate within the limits of the following materials from which to form an inter- a handsome collection of
described 5th. 6th and 8th, t ing near New-York, offers to furnish the original Essays and
townships and fractional townships esting periodical work such as the Cask. Poems, all of which
viz : 5th, 6th and 9th'J et has been considered by its partial public with Much Trees and Plants as they have been written in competition for the

t North of the base line and West of the 5th, 7th and friends,and such as we intend, it shall be. may desire. The collection of Fruit \hteraiy prizes (six G.ld Jlhdal* of the
!I Meridian. Those twentyltickets having on ihem the Notwithstanding the fact that the Cask Trees of all the various'kinds, and also of valve of$210 j oU red by the p: ..prietorof

"," Tou'nshins No 3, 4. 5. fractional town- 2i1.--, 7lh" --- ami----- 9th.- et is but a collection from the columns Ornamental far the Trees ShTubs and Plants---- M-- thi. work.- -No-- nain|.-........ /wi... tA.J.w........3spared .*--. :U-
... ,If |r'" lips NJ. 6 and 7 of Range No. 8, 2d, 8th and 9th, t : orthe Saturday Evening Post, we confidently i in by America.most extensive and valuable in making it a baautif.u aseiias!

Township No 6, & fractional township 3d, 4th and 5th, I predict, and indeed we are sanctioned In addition to the immense a useful and interesting pub :t'n, and
No. 7o Range Nos.9. 10, 11 12, 13, Sc 3d, 4th and 6th, I in the experience we already former acquisitionsof the unprecedented reception -.l.xh it has.
I J inclusive, 3d, 4th and 7th, I haye, that its most numerous patrons will years he has now above already met with from the public, war.

J b South of the Base Line and East of the 3d, 4th and 8th, I be found among the subscribers to our 500 UCT; 'Vu.-rieties Or rants the printing of u weekly edition of

; Mcrhian.I 3d, 4th and 9th, weekly paper. A large number of those the most choice : upwards of 3000 Copies.

t I { Township No. 2 and fractional township 3d, 5th and 6lh, who take the "Post"depend upon that Fruits, "l'he Album! (says the Rochester N *
:3d 5th and 7th, S each: 200 for the which are not in possession of i I York Daily
, i Nos. 3 and 4, of Range No. 1. paper news of the week-it is any other Advertiser, of Dec. 4th) has
Townships Nos. 2. & 3 of Range No.2. 3d, 5th and 8th, therefore read with avidity hy almost every establishment in this country,all of which been highly commended by the editor*of

( Townships Noi. 2 &. 3 of Range No. 3. 3d, 5th and 9th,' member of the family where it is received are The announced in the Catalogues of 1826. public journals in almost every part of
. 1 3d, 6th and 7th and this general assortment GRAPES consists of the United States. is
,f?. Fractional Township No. 2, of Range use frequently injure above The followiug)!
; :No.4. 3d, 6th and 8th, its appearance so much as almost to from the United States' Telegraph.
. 3d, 6th and 9th, render it unfit for the file and for binding. 550 KINDS, This we unhesitatingly pronounce the
the order Townships in which are to be offered in I 3d, 7lh and 8th, The numbers too, by this general use comprising the finest Wine and Table cheapest Literary Journal we have ever
they are above designated I 3d, 7th and 9th, are not unfrequentlv lost, mutilated .or .' Grapes of France, Germany Italy and seen, and we confidently recommend it
f with the lowest
,beginning num 3d 8th and entirely I destroyed t he-Crimea. as worthy of
; berofSection in each and the'file thus brok public patronage. It is a
township. 4th 5th ana e:1.-The Casket is calculated The Proprietor having specimen of
to acquired very neat typography enriched -
The lands reserved by law,for the use 4th 5th and 9th'J this inconvenience, and to furnish prevent, at avery tensive.information on the subject, from ex i.. with an interesting variety of prose;
of schools for other
11 or purposes, are to 4th 5th and actual obtervation and and
cheap price, all the useful matter experience, is ena poetry, adapted ta the amusement
be excluded from sale. All other. with three of the drawn for which the weekly paper would be desirable ,bled to make such selections as may be .and education of both sexes.

Rr Given under my hand at the City of numbers them, (being 45,) when bound.-In thus giving a suitable to any particular locality, and Out the work being more particularly
Washington, this tenth day of January each 1 00 permanent form and select-association to such selections: are left to him, he will tl sjgned for the Ladies, we would espejcialiy
A. D. 1827. Those 103 tickets haying two of the choice pieces of our weekly contri. send such as cannot fail to succeed. solicit in its behalf their benignant

John Quincy Adams. the drawn numbers on them butors, it is confidently anticipated that Tie also ofetAthem; in assortment of :smiles, believing i> well worthy their fostering

J :By the President, and those two being the 1st and new and successful inducements will be one dozen cich.atthe following prices.:-*. I regards. Indeed we are decidedly
2d or the 3d and 4th, each .50 held out for the exescUe of superior tal- For the 1st assortment, S8: the 2d S6 :of opinion that: it wouhl 'conduce to the
Ge'orgr.aham, The 102 tickets having two of ent, and unusual care in our literarv department and for the 3d g4 50. : moral and intellectual interests of every

Ctmmittitncr of the Gen.Land Office. the drawn numbers on them -in additiowto tho recommendation Persons who order Grapes will be furnished family 11th e copimunity to posses. a.

. Should any of the lands proclaimed for and those two the 5th and 6tb, of neatness in the general appearance with direction for their culture. journal like this, aiVrding a cheap stock
tale at Vallahauee on the lj\ of January or the 7th and 8th, each. 20 i -and particular attention to the ty. The coliectons of ROSES excreed. of general reading, well adapted, frow.

1827, under the Proclamation of the President .' All others with two of the drawn !, pograpbical execution, it is'our intention 500 VAflXTXES the brevity and variety of its articles I to.

.. of the United States, dated the. number oa thenibeing: 1632) to embellish each number of the "Caskjet" and of GREENHOUSE : occupy pleu r. bly and profitably thba;;
24th of May, 1826, be,from any cause -each .8 r with three handsome Engravings! baa above PLJlJWS, he short intervals of 4eisure which constitute

whatever not offered at.pualicsale at the And all tickets having one only, TRtomthelundsofsomeof the ,most distinguished in tiieaggregate,'aoeh a larjre amount. of
time aforesaid, the same will be offered at of the drawn number on, (being j artists of the country. 2,000 SPECIES tile-sum human IHe. g- "

public sale at the time&ad,place stated in 41,475) each -4 "rWyJ&i CUT to patronage, the ompriaing 20,000 Pot.; among which arc Washington City.Nov. 30..,825.
the above proclamation. The sale to No ticket .hich vshallhave drawn a as has been previously all those known as most beautiful and in- Terms, only $2 per agnjura payable in

commence with-tbe lands heretofore proclaimed -':. prize of superior denomination, can be mentioned, be afforded to those who sub- teres ng. advance. No subscription received for
and will entitled to an inferior prize scrib1e for that paper exclusively C Catalogues less thU1.eae. and letteri
progress in the order in: the may be had Sratit of year, .no unpaid
I which they were proclaimed. Prues payable forty tlaya .&ftbe low.ptice* of*; OVer year, a iubscrip- the different Agents throughout the U- taken from the post office AddresS. Tlio-
\ 36 ed.' Graham. drawing, and subject the usual deduction turn vrh'th it is confidently believed ?s mon; and order through any of them ruBs C. Clarke, Phikdelphia
of fifteen per cent. much lower than that for other pub. or by nwl (postpaid) will|| meet Subscriptions! received at this Office.
t 49-15t.. C.mwti"tr. PRICE OF TICKETS lication of a similar character-to this attention. prompt -
'I N xnyk absence Capt. Crupper is au. Whole Ticket $4Halrea country-but to the subscribers of "The William \ LL persona who are indebted to
J, tborized to receive and, pass receipt 2 [,Saturday livening Post" "rhe Casket" Prince, $ a the Clerk of the County Court fir
ortnjr emmet due me,also to make cone Quarters 1 will be furnished tor R2,00. c. 11. of the Linnz&Q Society of Paris; County of Eacunbia are requested ti>
I ATKiNSON k r5?lcl>ltural Society of London make payment to Mr. W. Hasell Hunt
racts for,,the"hire of my negroes, &c. Tales & ALEXANDER and *
M'Intyre, :: thelmpenalSociety of the who is duly authorised fees
i Gear- to receive all .
: Byrd C. W i11i. Philadelphia. gofiU at Florence. & to this date
MAN.AOBR& SubscnpUons tp the CAMLM : :--tc. up and receipt fr the sam!.
1' 'cb. h1827 I{. W Hu.U Hunt, Agent,in,Pcni&acola. .ttthuojacct receired Orders yecehted bfw. Jlaten Hunt; M. Crupper
\ ,
\.b pnt for.Uie.cstab hUW1t. -*ensa.cola
2/th, foy. 132&t Cfo#.

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