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 30, 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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Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
notis - AKP3155
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System ID: UF00086631:00139
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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I VOL. IV. (Principia,non homines.) PEN S A COLA, FRIDAY, -,..i\;4cm 30 18CT. mL.a d: _
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Fl RL1MIKO WEEKLYJIT Land District. :l, it h'all' be An Act to author&ej President :- An Act; cstalih- SaDd". ..Wui--m-j-'ftm ---,---- f-' FL L n4 '

W. H&S2U: HUNT, the duty of the Register and Receiver of the United 6Utcs to ascertain Post JZogd*. -- 1IItt) 'the- agfcat to du some Iptcilti. !'".

?d Fniroi. .\'W PROPRIETOR; or said Land Office, so soon and designate the Northern An Act for improving certain stripn tot ai evetet&u me discrrw.* tl hl_rtr nit,. .

F.Ij.-rr ofths' tvLU;,' of the United State! as the r.rtl: oval shall be ordered, boundary of the Stete of Indiiaa. Harbors, kc:. Justice, on the. bare back- .(f .d:

CJ I: cn..J !'!:/"flOS-\'i.t'the Tc'ritory of Florida.5 and such new location made by An Act to authorize the LegiUa- An Act making appropriations Indian moreover to cause the

Half year 3 the President, to remove alt the I. ture of the State nf Alabama to for the Library of Congress, and gun of said Indian if he has ore,

Qu.tryear 1 50 records, books, and papers appertaining sell the lands heretofore appropriated i for other purposes. to be taken from him and deposited

th'ritfl paJaht e ill ;ndv.ince. to said Land Office, to for the use of Schools in ih*. Ar. Act making appropriations with the Colonel of the comity

,\n\tn rzIN; :"" ;and tstvrtiemrnt; the place designated.Approved State. for the Indian Departmeat, for the or district in which said Indian
'.(ibc idth ol one mcaauriugni
': more than twelve lines ot'thU ty\w first 22d Feb. 1827. An Act to extend the time of is- year one thousand eight hundredand may be taken, subject to the orderof

I '-,'rtlon'Ill' dollar! eachcch.ly continu- [PUBLIC-No. 10.) | suing and locating l\lilitlry Land twenty-seven. the Miperiateodaat of Indian affair
tl ,;r litfy (.vnt ; hngetand: wider ones nt An act concerning the Entry of vessels Warrants to O
,* aiw rate. Uule vntt figure: work ut the Port of FnirfieUl, in Connecticut.Be the Rf-' tiDary Army. for the Public Buildings and other Sec. ,. Be ,!.-.ul'1.''' i fir trie liNt insert:ja Ati- nf
pi- or
t it enacted by the Senate and *ct to provide for objects. That
\ "t''.'f"n"t1t. '., nl be -t''fully ch.,playcd, An the admen no general I icff c to
roiii'nc to th!' !.4t':.c of them, and will Houie of Refircaeniativra of the ;:.,. of claims of persons entitled An Act t. provide for the completion remain out 0f2 limit Ice the_

.,. jnU'.ia1 I'V n.ittrr ,If tins size t\4e. United, States of America, in If b- to indemnification under the I of a road from a point opIK purpose of b..ung' d rece-J -
W1Jf'tl inicrleil at iutcrv.ii (that is, not in- ?ress aemblcd, Thulr :' ana first article of the Trej ol 'Ghem, -- ; to Memphis, in the State of ,ed b #v.ttce.a aD txcue for .

."'-t'd ovr'yvcrk, from the first to the lawful: to mat,. ""I7 t/3"y fOrcAgnS aad for the ritnUution among Tennessee, to Little Rock, in the ant jtu'ian, WMn found without:
J.is-t insertion; ) each insertion will he chare- and ot*
el' Cargo of the Territory of assigned limits.Approved .
.,! !cml.nt.-AHlounts forailvortijinjr I .1'; ur -" such claimants sum paid Arkansas, and forother.'purposes. L.
< as a n'-MV a
wKLn be on board the same, : Pa'tect 11th Jui.1827..
may the Government
j'.iy.il! le al I way on demand.O :and to be paid by .
: l.ilnral contractsiil: be made wit1those and to ur.lade such cargo; or aay of Great Britain, under a Convention An Act to grant a quant/ of 20th Ian. 1827.

nh n"h i! te ;sidwrti l y the vp"ivCoininmitrafioijs part thereof, at the Port of FairSeld between the United States nod[ land to the State oflllin -jfor the .In act 1'ela1ieto certain instrument*

:. H.i"t.J!:tj": HUilt, I'.st'Ia'h.! ...un'ct' CIIS! :>JLaics ...Jla will l iuthe State of Connecticut, hit Briltaoic Majesty, concluded purpose of aiding opening a ca of writing nr iead u evidence.

tiC (1'11. J.ttt'ud'd t... under the regulations in such cases M London, on the Ulh of Nor cmtjer nalto connect the waters of the illinois Se it enacted, 6y the Governor

-- --- by law provided. 1825.An with those of Lake Michi ind Legit lative Council of the JjrrrHory -

: of the United States.Pcnur Approved 2:2d: fcb. 1827. act for making .?propriapin1R gan.As of Plirida, That copies ef '

-- -- PtBIIC-SO. 11.] ..-..- for.-. thr.. narmem"- n of-- tie--- -Rp-- .,-n.- I Act tG want a certain ==:= I I --.I
An act to exempt Swedish and Norwegian -f lutionary and other Peniouers of of 1 laoOIo'ue State of Indiana, State or Territory of ihe United
vessels! and the merchandise imported for the of aiding said State which shall be
therein, from the payment of di* I''the United States. purpose printed on
criminating duties of tonnage anti impost An Act for the relief o: the indigent State in opening a canaltto connect der the authority of said State or

for a limited time, xti J fur other sufferers by the fireit Alex the waters of the Wabash river' Territoryshall be admitted and received -

purposes.Be andria. I with those of Lake Erie. as evidence of such law, ia

"c ,,' it enacted: by the Senate and I An Act to allow the cizeni of II IIi An Act giving further compensation I any of the courts of this Territory, _

Home of Ilefirevcntativra of t'tc the Territory of Michigaito; elect to the Captains and Subalterns I or before any judicial officer of the

UI'16 United StateK of America in. Con i j, Members: of their LqislativeI I of the Army of the United same.

; gre,qi aaembltd, That from and after States, in certain cases. I
.v; I Council, and for other puaosei. Sec. 2. Se it further enacted
[ -No. 8 ] .the date of this act, until the An Act to refund certai duties An Act authorising the completion That all transcripts from the

An let 11 pro ule for Reports of the De- termination of the next session of paid upon vessels and cares, belonging and repair of certain roads in books and records of the Treasu

4 c ft'.om; of the Supreme Court. Congress, vessels truly and wholly to the City of Haiburgh. the Territory of Florida, and for rer's office, properly certified by
He it enacted by the Senate and
to the subjects of the other .
An Act to authorize thimpor- purposes.An : said treasurer shall be good and
Jiovar of Representative* of the King 9f Sweden and Norway, arriving Act to increase the salary of
talion of brandy, in caskof a capacity ad mi ssable evidence all courts _
United State of America, in Con- in the United States, in ballast the Postmaster General.
not less man fifteetgaHons, justice, and other judicial proceedings
grct Assembled, That a Reporter or with cargoes, shall be exempted and the exportation of te same An Act granting to the Corporation in this Terriiory, of the
shall, from lime to lime, be appointed from the payment of any of the City of Mobile the
Court of for the benefit of a dravtack of :facts contained in said trastcript.
by the Supreme other or higher duties or charges the duties. right of preference in purchase of l Sec. 3. Be it further enacted
the United States, to report its whatsoever than vessels of the four sections of
An Act for the preservaon and or a quantity That if any person who may be a
who shall be entitled to, I
Decisions, United States are required to pay repair of the Cumberland toad. equal to four sections, at or resident of a foreign country be

receive, from the Treasury of ihe under like circumstances ; that An Act to au authorize< layingout near Spring Hill, in the county of yond the jurisdiction of the ,Uni-
United States as an annual compensation >
merchandize, the produce and manufacture and opening of certai roads Mobile.An ted States, shall make oath to any
for his services, the sum of the Territories of the Act
,. in the Territory of Michi. D. supplementary to an bill, petition or answer in chancery
of une thousand dollars : frovtfrf King of Sweden and Norway, imported I Act to perfect certain locations before authorised nota-
An At concerning a Smioary some
J nevertheless, That the said in Swedish or Norwegian and sales of the public lands in
of Learning in the 'fcrr ory of ry public, who shall certify
compensation shall not be paid, vessels, shall not be sub. Arkansas. Missouri; passed April 26, 1822. same and affix his seal of office

j'.uless (he said Reporter shall jected to any other or higher An Act to provide for tte confirmation Ao Act cuuccruiiig invalid pen thereto, and obtain the, certificate j

print and publish, or cause to be duties than are levied on the same and settlement oi private sioners. aad seal of f he consul or commercial e
printed and published, the Deci- kinds merchandize when An Act alter the times of
ot imported land claims in East Florda: and agent, or suth person as may
biona of the said Court, made du- in American vessels ; and that for other holding the District Courts of the be exercising the powers, eitherof
' ring the lime he shall act as such the allowedby purposes. United States for the Eastern District -
exemption or privilege An Act to authorize tit sale of consul or commercial agent, at
Reporter, within six months after this extend to vesselsirriviug of Virginia holdeR at the City -
act shajl certain tracts of land in he State said place that the person signing
such decisions shall be made ; and I I and merchandize imported of Ohio, commonly callel Moravian of Richmond.An himself as notary public, has been :

ahall deliver eighty copies of the from the Swedish colony of St. land. Act for the grarluaimproTe duly appointed, and full faith and

Decisions, so printed of and State published without Bartholomy : Provided, That the An Act to exempt Swdish andNorwegian ment of the Navy of the United credit are to be given to all his _ _

to the Secretary owners of vessels: arriving from vessels and he merchandise Slates. I acts, the said bill, petition or answer

any expense to the United said colony, in the U. States shall thercn from AU Act for the establishment of; in chancery, may be used and
imported '
Stales ; which copies shall be dis- be inhabitants of that colony, and the of ducrimin.ting duties an Arsenal at Augusta, in Maine. admitted in any court of law or c- _
tributed as follows, to wit : to the there established and naturalizedand payment An Act concerning the location' quity, in the same manner as
of for
and impou, a
President of the United States, the shall have caused their vessels tonrage of land reserved for the use of a though the same had been swornto

Judges of the Supreme Cou t, the to be there naturalized. limited. time, &ud for oticr purposes. Seminary Learning in the State I before some proper officer '

Judges of the District Courts, the Sec. 2. And be It further enacted) I of Louisiana.An -' within the limits of the Territory. T '
An Act making an ajpropria-
Attorney General of the United That the Secretary of the Treaiury Act to authorize the Governor Sec. 4. And be further enacted,
lion for due Thomas
prize b -
States, the Secretaries of Stale, be, and he is hereby, directedto money and Legislative Council. of Florida That the deposition, either in

Treasury, \Var, and Navy, the be remittedall Douty.An for holding addi- in of
cause to repaid or to provide common law or chancery,
Act tie Presi.
Comptrollers of the Treasury, and l Alien dutiesof of the Superior Courts aforesaid
or discriminating dent of United Hates to tional trms any person residing as ,
the Judges at'the several Territories ; which since of the U-
therein.An .
impost the
tonnage or beyond jurisdiction
the land office in be Choctaw -
I remove
of the United States, one copy the of for the adjustment before
last taken
twenty-fifth September District in the Statcof Mis providing nited a notary
each ; five copies for the use oftench may have been paid, or secured to of laud laims in the State public, and certified in the manneras

House of Congress ; and \hrftsidue be paid, on vessels of the description sissippi.An of Alabama. prescribed by this act, shall be
Act making appropriations
ahall be deposited
; the copies mentioned in the first section' An Act making appropriations read as evidence in any suit depending
for of
the Oorsrnment: ,
in the Library of Congress support I
: uf hID act, or on merchandize imported for certain Indian treaties.An in this Territory, provided
alao Thai the one thonsaid -eight
: And provided year
in such vessels for
; the notice according .to law,
hundred and Act for improving the Navigation legal
:he said Decisions shall be t{ of which : tivcnty-sevei.
purpose repayment, any has been given to the opposite
of the Ohio river.
I An
the at price not act making appropriations
at large a
public in the of
money Treasury, not otherwise of the time and place
exceeding five dollars a volume. ; for the military service of the U. An Act supplementary to the party,
appropriated is
hereby such
Sec. 3. And be further enacted, propriated. ap nited States, for the year one thou- several Acts, providing for the adjustment taking deposition.

sand eight hundred and twentyseven. of land cw.mg |n the -T 1
That in case of the death, resignation Approved d Feb. 1627: -=-
from of State of Alabama. Legislative Proceeding .
or dismission -irfCtjTTTTm: o#MJJ3M E P*"---- .
cither of the officers before men- An Act making appropriations An Act to grant a certain qwn. --_ I
of Public Acts
tioned the said copies of the Decisions Lists for -rEam fortific&r>,os of the United tity of land to the State of Ohio Friday Dec. 22.
Paaecd ft the second Section of the States, lor uic7oHroIlc thousand of making a road ''letter concernV the
aforesaid reportof
delivered to them, as for the purpose
Nineteenth Congrest.An eight hundred and I the 01 '
and be delivered twenty- from Uolumbua to Sanduskr. mmbsioner vort St. ;
shall belong, -
: Act to authorise the Cor- seven. authorizing the Marks anu, letter in relau... to ; .f
Act pay- .
in said An
over, to successors poration of the City of Washingten An Act to alter the time of holding mtutof interest to the State of the report ofttwoommissioBeri,

cfl cel. to introduce, into the Lotteries the District Court of the United Tallahassee were reand referred. (
.ec. 3.; And be it further enacted, Pennsylvania.RcsolutWn
they are authorized to establish States, for the Southern District directing the Secretary A petition, that a portion ot
shall be and continue I
That tins act certain land herein of Alabama, and for other the unitedto St John's
and prizes of the NavT to apply to i Duval county be [ '
in force for three yean, nolonger. mentioned. purposes. Government of Pennsylvania, forjurisdiction i County, was presented, read and.
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---0---. An Act concerning the r, lection An: Act making appropriations I over certain: isnas! at laid on ike table till this (layweek..
Sneakercf the House of Representatives. certain lands heretofore granted, for the erection and completion of the Navy Yard, Philadelphia. Mr. Dogget offered a -resolution

J. C. CALhOUN, by compact, to the State of Missouri certain barracks,store houses,and __ ci -:= to enquire into the expenseof
of the United States, for Seminaries of Learning.An for other the.
Vicc-President hospitals, purposes. t.A.1it- rl.oJm_ )_ _.._ reporting Minutes of
i I
and President ot'tbe Senate.Approved Act to provide for the location An Act :o authorise the build -=---- ---- Proceedings of th-e- Council.
8th }'. b. 1827. : An act to prevent Indians from roamingat
of the two townships of land houses and beacons, '
of boundaries
J01IX QUINCY ADAMS. ing light large through this Territory. An act concerning:,the!
reserved for a Seminary of Learning and for other purposes* Be it enacted, by the Governor ,I or Duval aud Nassau" Cotm

[PUBLIC-No. 9.] in the Territory of Florida, An Act amendatory of .the. Act and legislative Council of tiel,'read 2nd time .and ordered

An act to authorize the President the Land of ihe Office and to complete the location of the regulating the Post Office.Depart- the Territory of Florida, That, far'a'Srd reading-Tuesdaynext.Mr. .
to remove *
United States *
I' the Deaf and Dumb Asylum ,1\ *
in the Choctaw District, in the grnt to ment. from and after the, passage of this .Dogget introduced an act

State of Mississippi. of Kentucky.An An Act making appropriations actH cnX mac Indian of the years dividing the Territory imo thir-

Be it enacted by the Senate and 1. act to provide for the Reports for the support of tha Navf of the discretion, venture to roam, or t ren election districts !tc:., adaDd"aiii' ,
Home of the of the Decisions of the Su- eighteen ramble beyond the boundary lines .
Refiretentativet United States, for the year on,the table tiliSaturdayweek.Aho
United States of America, in Con 4 oreme Court. hundred and twenty-wen. I OL'thC reservation which has been a bill to repeal part,of,a lawgiving

$ c89 assembled, That it shall and An Act to provide for taking An Act concerning the ntry of assigned to the tribe or nation, to
mey he lawful for the President of evidence in the Courts of the United vessels at the port ofFairfieid, in which said Indian belongs, it shall! power. to tax aea* cattle, read and

the United States ; whenever he States in certain cases. and may' be lawful for any person b.id on"the table till Friday -next.
shall it to An Act in addition to An act Connecticut.. I seize sudtake
deem proper, remove to apprehend,
the Land Office, now located at to regulate and fix the compensation An Act etUbliihing a port of or persons said Indian and carry him. be- ;Sa.tmli Dec. 23*
Clerks in the different delivery at the town of Man&eldtin On motion oFM>. Mitchel, o'-
of the
Jackson, in the Choctaw Land fore. osne justice of the peace, w>oU
District, in the State of Mississippi Offices", Passed April 1818. the District of Plymouth and a heretiy authorized, empowered &red that 30 copies be printed

and to locate and establish the An Act to authorize the State of port of delivery at Rbiacbeck ana required'to direct (if said In- jf the Statement' of tbe whole

sime at any other convenient and Indiana locate and make' A road Landing,to me District of' New- dian bate not 4 written permission number rf totea of tho Territory, ;

uiial* place within the tame therein named.- York..


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,. moved amend it hy-striking out SCO Church,:the only body possessed of Private Cor- *pcnucJcl'-lcu-

ai transmitted from the nceculire wealth in Spain, has "offered to sup dOll Thur.-dfit/ J'Cllillg.-Tlw! drv

-ome.., ; ., \' I COWttKESSION&L.J.N'.. ., *.* ., i and Mr.inserting Mcbwftic!>(*'scccptctiiho. \ amend- port Ferdinand with all its treasure :I has been in a i feverish St..-e t -tiny j il

\1zi.D.ogget: gave lojice? .Jhot .t .' modification of the original and its influence, and an army estimated I consequence ofthocireulationofa vnricty -

I f, be trill on sqme,OOO men is assembling I I of reports unfavorabh to OUr:
l' 1 S leaVe to introduce a bill amend 2S/A) February 1827 Mr. \\riit said a few words on the on the frontiers of Portugal": ;i) present rel.itiuns with;. France, :Spj.iu

ing ao Ict entitled.tin act providing The bill to provide for thf ad. This looks more like war than peaixVc *. I? and America, hut they) could bc traced
. : for the election of a Delegate justmentofclaimiv>o lands in .the I same Mr. said he was sensible I \ stated some weeks since, tint I to no authentic source ; nwr were they

-( :1 I t to ongoess." States of Louisiana, Mississippi, of the impotauce Fonyth thc'work, but he the King of Fiance hat! c lJselit to probably wortHY of iliceThut< thit tio'

I "An act to constitute the office Missouri, and Alabama, and the reminded gmtlemcn that this resolution be communicated to our Government I sensitive feelings!! ) oftlie ircntry t.f tlc

: 4 of Territorial Treasurer" was reported -i Territories of Florida and Arkan- autliorijed an immediate appropriation that he h 1l ibimally appri/ed Ferdi I Stock Exchange:: : took the alarm, awl l

" 1 and signed by the'Preudent. -: *1t$, being taker lip was on motion of 43000, and of 'J,500 annually nand of his determination to rccal the I the consequence was' a depression: i ia

of Mr. Van Buren, ordered to p hereifter. He did not see any Swiss Troops, if ho persisted in a I the market.

. Resolutions wtre adopted for lie on the table. necessity fa this appropriation. course of conduct towards Portugal) I London Fiintlay evening 7 o'clotl.

'I I the publication of the Minutes .in, Subsequently Mr. Reedmadeanunsucces'siul l\lr. Kadlett; was in favor of the i such as England and France must c- I I -Kiprcss fi'vii Pans.-\t- !! i\',,!

: the Florida Intelligencer and that motion to reconsidertfcU largest.ryfi!1..>er.3Vir. qunlly disapprove of. The policy of j 1 this: day receive1 an Exp\; tini

:' the. printer .thereof be .4tJftLiSb I. vot.: Everett said inquiry! had satisfied Ferdinand'subsequently to receivingj j, .Pa.ri l)rm';ing ns papers .in*; Lt.icj! '>-

.. with a tr." .I:1: 1 t. The bill for increasing' the pay and him rliat: th'work could not force that intimation, has certainly not been I I JrJll that Capital: dated the 11'a: !il'-{.

An act respecting depositions I rations of Lieutonar.ts,.. passed Midshipmen itself into circnIionand he was sure consumable to thc just expectationsof 1 I The most iutei-csllng:; iufiKititm! l ( i>
was considered in committee of and 'Surgcon of the United the !
could not W more properly ap- the lwPWCIS above named ;; f followinir.7Vn"s .

i\ the whole and having been report States Navy was taken up. .moicy::1terJ. and it followed; as a mater: of course, I 11 1 1 th January, IS jr.-rf:%,

ed with _amendments_ was, on mo Mr. llayne explained the objcds,I pljpr Mr. Mercer reminded the House I I th.it: what was threatened would heexecuted. .I-,I Onot'dienno: of th's: inornii- --;""' ...-.'...,f..',_

J :!! tion of Mr. Mitcbel, reconimitedtothe and justified: the policy of the bill, at I I I tint a subscription had been authorized I It need not surprise} us of a ri;;:ltc I"\: )>t.te:1 at H, c. -- I '.-..r.ry

) committee on the judiciary, some length. Mr. Smith! of 'S. C. or Sin-bert's Statistics. 1 therefore, to learn that posi.ivo : tiers out tin: Ir.f.mt[: Don I.* 7f

; I with instructions to amend 'the Mr. Chandler and }!r. Macon opposed 1 have been Madrid for( the Brazil: and It )
The solution: was then adopted. sent to rC-1 c.XI)1'f'S: i:* hjt/j! tit! ;.

!' same .b connection & consistency. the bill, and Messrs. Holmes( \lr. Everett, 1 from the Select Committee turn of the Swiss troops, immediately ; pleasure tint h.: ; ltoy.I i lli:ik;..sslJt

;: Tae Council adjourned this day and Harrison, supported it. OB mo- to WhO l the 'ject was referred I or that Ferdinand, prepared for such I >'ild le allowed to( !le'iv.* K.. ;fjc .,
!' Wednesday at 9 o'clock. tion of Mr. Macim the bill was !laid ..
; nindo a report on tti Ioll;)ject of orders, calculated{\ we will not say >o in.p] oiiait! : ) a crisis. The! i'--i: : :

I.. f.n Wednesday Dec. 27. on tho table. thcrGeorgia documents.'A I with what pnuionce! upon the consequences. 'I rorrocf. Tho: Inf J m ]) II :\:> ,]I
': 'totiot1 L' 'The bill establish ?
t..t1 it t I oluliouwai: Mr' M-.tchel! a to the Southern motion -dispense with.thc rcu L It i is evident he consider* !had: bix-n) iuviii-d IJ:{ J his; hrotlior}: tho
a1dop- Federal District of the f
: : nto the. expwienpv[ Qlimpns'mr to'''QIi5hing enquire Florida Was ordered to 'fvrritory lio on the<> -uisis'Tlie. made and withdrawn. above I LUiLIr. J-,ranec troll...._enough to set F.nnlanrlmm : I Kmperor: ( of Brr/i!, to conic. to i Klt) {!,.
vrhich occupied ,
II t report[ [ I 'l"tl'1llce whilcovcry Janeiro
to the
I ; ;
: '-I' ;; :'.r Debt. 1st. : ; repent ceiemoiiv of
' table Thursday Afarcf I an hour !in !tItf} i-oadhuj, was then read] step he takes m the. ; I
"' his :
An define .Jthe bouftd Com- Hn.ato 1)atIJ maniage; with ]his: !',,
act to : ; Select I necen !
1 '. Mr. Bcnton, from the 1 hy: the clerk. of resistance; will only rcim. II :
't" line between Du vii and .NaisuuCtuMies Il5* to' whom were referred the I futureadjusimrut t consented "to 1!" 'before the troubles in
tec diffi\-uh
After some'conversation! a mo't1OnW more or more i.,_
: I nd an 2.C' reialhre to I messes Of tm. resident of the Uniteil ; Portuirahri'ined!! their! present Iruuemtl1 -
\S made by Mi Drayton, to strikeout iniiiating.New: ;: Times.The .
: writs of Ne Exeat uiul"8th ultimo | II'IL'hI' A fi ;ate
I were severally Stitv.s of the 5th wto have
II > all after the word committee and I Liverpool Advertiser( : of Saturday .',\ ...
:i read 3rd time and made I to cu ry !JIHI; lid
; a passed. ci: report- thwcon, accoiapanied I insert a )rcaIbIe, and rcsi-lutions, ; 13th January, has the fellow- woulrll"\S (J'a. ".. Oili :; il

I On -Potion of Mr. Mitchel, <-anti by the following resolution: I 1 which he offerer 1 1 asserting the right t I ing articles, on the subject of the present I nought! tho, hc-M" h Fiance: Bustva*
act to amend and in addition to ReSIilCeL That the President oftbe port; ft>ri Ii...,. ,\.iI., .. .I-.,
u. \ 111".1".1tiun. i -
> of Georgia: to the lan(} in dkpiterid; posture <:1'thcir relations withthis Whether tli-
; the s< \'rl'ol l United Stairs be requested to Sf-fc of LHau} in
aces concerning executions .
the validity of'th. Treaty of the Indian country.'It I the Peninsula:
." in force"' continue his exertions } tIll lady (deli}' or hasten
now was committed to extinguish ;
mId that will
Sprints, resolving the I pirib'.y surprise some of tlwexiutiou of this;
; I to a special committee with Creek title to hinds within the char projrr* cannot
: Presidentof United Status i e re- our readers to be informed, that: policbs i- yet be known with :
te"cillimits of Georgia. cer.ut" .
instructions ,
to the
8.\m'C- q iited: t' extinguish thedaim havohoou underwritten at Lloyd'sin After the Ambassador:
FriIalTrc 2. of
Committee and Messrs. Mitchel Macon The resolution accompanying tlic which is st cp by the Creek Indians i London, at a premium of 15 percent 1 been so coldly "eceived at the Spain It-veeou; had

Dogget. to t the lads in the of to if
occupation pay $ 00 hostilities take New Year's Day. his
Committee J
of the Select on Excellency
report w.itt'd :
, Thursday Dec. 28. Georgia, fiich were not comprehended L place between Great I I'ri'.nin and America !his -
upon Majesty;
the affair to. to deliver
1 Georgia was agreed a letter-
A Message from the Gov. .
was in the of witiiin
Washington.Mr. the
treaty \ ciiiuinir twelve t from !
bill e Ir..araI: ;hicii
t The to aiithoi i7.e the settlement lie xv 'icsc'l
I > ( \
"-0 und kid the table. 2
on of that moi'iths.Though.
: Fcsyth was opinion} no not to: deliver:
i of the accounts of Henry JM. IJrackenridgo into 'ny ii 0 ",! (b\n wn*..
j.; was adopted requesting keeper of the public archives*- l letpslatioitvas necessary on the! sub :: we may not perhaps think of his iNIajcsty.! The; Kin< received
the Executive to by be j ject. Th documents show that all is a war with America much the more I tJuvktterwith] the
, i in. F lorida, was taken and passed. s: mc oolilnessas ha
<< fore the house an estimate "of the up tranquil julie Slate and that the probable! ] because it made
The bill for the relief ArchibaldV. i : rumours 1 rs a subject had h the Ambnssad: ; t:i' and! did I not
expenses incurred, in ordering ou* of{contrary spirit are all unfounded. of Kambliuif) ); sp'jculntionj; by the men it even
open in
\ Hamilton was taken up and laid I hisprt'.sen;'{.) This fnct is-
::i the M'litia, to suppress the recent: on the table.House -He I saw no rl'a'on.! then, at Lloyd's, vet the f\.t; that such surmises imporfint i s sLu'.vi: !:;'; te}: dlspcs: *'TJI

'Indian-disturbances. for a resoltion to back the President or apprehensions are entertain- of the Kiny.If ; .

4 "An act for preventing of in the excution of the laws. in
trespasses Representatives. justifies us entering more into I his JMjjesty h. paid >ho Ambassador
'j I I' dedaring what shall be a lawful Mr. P owl regretted that; the gentleman detail with respect to the intelligence -
I any private atteutionn
: Thursday 1st. March. ( tl-cy arc
enclosure and regulating par- fromSeorgla should have sutlerc contained in the American said
The bill for( the papers; to I lie( ll :rojy persoi'd..Yc .
gradual increase
tition fences, was read a 2nd time, : himselio be drawn into an investigation th'ii\ we commonly do.

: c<.i aide red in Committee of the of the Navy, being under consi era- o this subject lie would I It will bo remembered; that a, ;.,' /"...",. *.l>t"k 7.
!1 whAt and reported with amend not followhc nenilcman(\ ; but he owed II I } iiig's messencer was lespatched Latest from E;;::: !: iiicJ")

f 1 ments. .On.motion of Mr. Pink- JNlr.Voods hill the moved' to strike out ofthe. I it to hiiiMlf say, that while he agreed from Lotiiioti to the United States Y.)!it; :'day ,:;.. ;, '" -... ., ..;..s -:; fCt

1 ham it was then Committed to ju marine. clause which. provides for to &' conelt--ons! ;; of the committee some timo ago; ; a circumstance unusual : Ric ;--:a-ds, and Ne YOfh., ..t.i'i t.;.
:i special Committee, with instructions Mr.Storrs railway at Pvr.sacoja. ; htpul: arrived at those conclusions and which occasIoned some ;; !' :' <.rn L; \ erpoo!. .

: to amend its phraseology. this item would stated, that to the strike x out 1 11 a different road. lIe appealed fuses in the political cirel cs. nr-I' Cttpi-iin;: Bennett -f rlnNrw i .

.t Committee Messrs Pinkham, \VyL Yard at P destroy which} S'avy tcJie house jibe had not shown gentleman hfni arrived in New York: II I }':* k it''orms thatv"iu-r; ;;r. iefs
Pcnsacola has been
t 1 a.tt and Mitchel. authorize 'x a distposipn to accommodate the gentleman wht.n the last {papers were despatch: I I Liverpool, it was fjrne>'.. ">" r r<:tvpd

! !! : ". Friday Dec '29. l1r.Voods sni l the fi,ur Georgia, aud) all other ed. The: Editor of the New York] tha' the Knglisix: I i pc;f '> \".,. uld!

ii i : : The Governor's melsaJt'w hlch would be completely( useless expenditure at this piHitlonutto open th wny for( the: American: i is brother to xi person in shortly ue open lu fo7i-ijT; .1;rj.

,- I was received yesterday) nominating place. If 1ii1I-tan1 clearest invcst !!!ttiol1v He thu trail ,11 tile legation at London, 6:
we make it 0 aeJ ;)lcr.
! DAVIS FLOYD Esq. as Terriio- should be at some place raihvay where, it i I: had comet the conclusion that the(: who made(] the voyage to N. Y. in the The London COT:!'', r -.<: Jlf:3'Y

. rial Treasurer, was read, and, on would be more useful. He stated l treniv. of Washinirtmi of 1S20, was same vessel with this Kin 's messenger. 26th, says-"Posi' ive: informaJion

I motion of Mr. Pinkham,' a Committee his motion the suproie law ofthe-land : that i it .-Vv hat weight 1 these: circumstances has betn receiver'his
J to founded of
I : : was appointed to enquire for the fhyoi'St. J on a 'preference repealed;, tFevitts!! treaty.He had 1 I may justly: IMVC to his opinion expressed the defeat of the; Forcu inotninq uese Rebels *
oscpll -
,t into the fact. as to the actual residence ef Pensacola; as a Naval Depot: ovcrtbat : arrived this by :-t' consideration ol' ; on public afuirs, at this mo on the 9th init. :H Ccruct.cs

t Judge Floyd at or near \lr. White of Floridn < the questi'n{ on 'm: t1tutional prir.ciciph.s. ment we cannot appreciate ; periiaps de Beira with much :os .

, the City of Tallahassee.-Comtte !' in favor of the spoke briefly niie President "and Senateof : not a "real deal, but yet it may bosomethirHT. nf -. tugitive-s had armed Many
which the
; appropriation on
: t. Messrs. Pinkham, Dogget he considert'J as l the Urted: States having ratified a : The following is from: I Spanish frontier.
Ileccssary.Ir.. :.W. Spun
'f 1 r r and M con. stated various farts; in. relation treaty th- very first article of '\\'hicl1is the Editor's leading article, in the American i;. still to fiur&ue an appears
I to t qui vocal
Mr Alba gave nolice that he these two points, iu reference art abrogation of the f former treaty, : of the 15th ult. course \\ ih ivjjard to
their the
i : will gn some future day ask leave fitness for a Navy Yard. He denied to L i and( whilt-thc House Ins made ar. apXpro : [Here 1 f follows an article, from the: The' Duke of \Vclir! 'n ar

7 to introduce a bill entitled -" An in toto, tile\ preference of ]>riatici to carry that treaty into: siS., York American against the extra been appointed Comtnt1.r p on had
act for the relief of Eusebio Du- Bay over: Pensacola, as eflucti; ho/ cuv now do any tiling Vacant reports, circulated at the Chtif o-4 the British in

tninguez" and also a bill ,for the L immense) morass: in its rear, and having as requiring an- to weake. the! lurcc of that treaty ?lThe time of the arrival of'the Messengerin : place of Use .Duke A-try of York, in deceased. Jbc

licensing of gaming houses. such fortifications\ in its last reaty was a complete re- this countrywhich was l1rsed; l attire

-, Mr. Pinkham reported an act &c. a-3'would! probably} occasion rear sand, cision of he former ; and what a picture time the connected with. the possession The Greek
for preventing trespassel. edaring bars in its entrance. of monsistency should] we now of Cubu by Great; Britain.] from this sailed!

what shall be a lawful enclosure I The oiler, if w hold the formor treaty to I The intelligence received port early in October
motion in the
I I was negatived! in'd the : last tt arrived
and he valid udthc latter .,. Ilo a.t Napoli on the 5th
regulating partition fences"as i subsequently PASSED.1'Yulay. ; iHity. I current wct.k' fioni; tIe!l continent isCl'y I of \'cen1ber
amended had listeid and examined the sub I was immediately -
-reading dispensedwith : March 2. \ voluminous: and d{ much interest made
; to be read a 2nd time to-day. fThe House resolved itself into a ject, and jad come to this conclusion I to those() who are desirous to be :\1 isul 5. iag ship of Admiral

An act to prevent the emigration i Committee) of the whole on the bill He wouj! of free regretted ho introduction of the last Grn. Gooras at
negroes &c. was I to aulhiirizft the repair curtain roads history of! the }j.rcsent agitationSsin the E Athens
recommitted to the Committee on jn Florida, Mr.rancc in the chair. .'.'"c1mion} ,w11jch: hf 'olljdcn 1Ir-; }peninsula.; But; his intellig nce:' .'Jni is C JI'i rurd. In other

. j the. Judiciary, with instructions to No proposition) being made to amend orgatory and only a eiting preexisting sisting i chiefly; of state papers ol ii e l respects favorable the news' from Greece is
as! .viJ! be
i amend the same as regards connection the bill, the Committee ros Land triples. date some weeks 'back, gives us nov xiracta. seen by cur

and consistency.On reported it to the House. The After some further discussion the ne:" s of the present: posture of alfUirs ;'I'ben d-ivez TheTurkisfleet: : hid

motion tf Mr. Mitchel "An bill was then read a thinf time and report, amendment, and! evidence, and those of them which are of later rrie, hack fron. Sanio: by

act providing for the election oi I passed. i were AT..ordered 1.'_..___ .to. _be_printed.i-i "'...,. date.. and.,! ,..,concern. tbs cJeliherI :\-j re...report.''"''.'.,.....of...-I....Lordarrival .,._. .. '- -Ccclr1ie'3.I 'd .__ _1
.HoIl IJ' moveu mat ;> -- u. ;:J County Officers" was laid on the I The H(\1,0 resolved itself into lltLi ,iUU copies turns 01 the j).inisfc Court or cabinet, ;
a I vic
t table._ 't.1I 1st March. I I Comn '- ec "f 11m whole on tho bill.n'tmir h be [irinted. Motions were made donor6fvoiw rile satisfactory; assnrj -)I the a o: y- over the :Mizst'1llen .

; I a further for 6,01)0() and IW( 1000. The question I j, oof the obedience of that cabinet I Gret.k\lad' n'cei"'fl timely
Saturday Dec. compciisatiun to ,
: Mr, Wyatt 30. "ic Captains, and J subalterns of the was then DMon (),O Ouyes; 6noes ii' I!'to the wishes: of the allies of Spain, I l'supplies of provision.: ;'I o'". il/e;
gave nonce that.IC 5 ______ i which! is I uropean
I Committees
will en to.p *pr'ow ask leav ln" army, Mr. Forsytl in the chair. --- -, -.- ----=-.--.- anxiously desired by all who j. ;hc
: troduce Dill' to renov- the ap- \&) amendment having been proposed ,-ttt. ',') 10, (r l' are interested in the peace; of Europe. Egyptian ar'.!)V in\the 5'r-,; Ic.maimd .

tlerits officers the committee and .!n'4U4_ t Q, Thew is much phrase to that I.io a sfme oKn ,
oi< of cer'-u : in rose reported eiiert c: ;/
> -
4_.c Territory- tho bill to the House. The ml! By The arrival of the Ship Richmond :>- in tire expression of its purposes by I Dates from Constaiiijnople tre

Mr. fjoAnam from the Committee was then read a third time and gassed.Saturday at Norfolk from Liverpool, the cabinet of Madrid but it teems :o r iHt Janruav., \-
dates to the iSth-of to want the odour of sin I Lie Sudanis
on the Judiciary to whom HUS March 3. January have been erit r. fcrmiug a\corps

recommitted "An act to prevtt Mr. M'Duffie oflwetl) the follov/in- recci' ed. Of the movements oftlln,_ i'I I I of cuvairy\ and has already! collcci-

the future migration of free IU'. resolution, in support of which he said I' His R. II. the Duke of York- -U"J_ -U.nrt actual hostility on the Portuguese-*- vii\/-soil* ill, J, vci ior it r:i or 400 men. \.

gr ts" !cc.. reported 'he' same as he considered the publication of the Brother} to the King and Commander no authentic intelligence has (been "!- I It U uiso reported; that the freshx: ,

amended. -Register of Debates as of infinitely of the armydied on the 5th .1 anuiry. ceived in the present week. It is JC- I troops are to ba sent irro the \1orea "-

The nomination of Davis Floyd more importance than the ..publication The Cotton.Market at the last dates lievedihe t rebels have lost croup.d. I in tht Spring, by the way of

of the Laws.No individual remained) languid. There is I \JisioIOnhi. '
Territorial Treasurer no news of the British !
firmed. was con. could be remunerated for tlie labour 'I Affairs with .aill.-0n the sub troops having been sent urnm active I I London .1.11/ larf3o.Thf' ?d S'

ami cost of producing. such a work ject of the British negotiations with service. A few of them onlv had I and 3d lviciuns i i i ( j I -ne 84. h rjejj.nicnt ; i.
t the
*. Upon An Act question of passing without aid like this. lIe had ascertained Spain, the Liverpool Advertiser observes landed when the latest arcoimts that vet II I of p.ootemb,1r l'd on the
to prevent the future that this work : "Nothing definitive is have been I 24th inst.
would not pay yet received were ai C' 'k, for Jamaica.
migration offree negroes or mu- one third of its I known as to the State from despatched
j cost, unless so aided. I of the negocialion -Lisbon. I rtugvl.--\nifcr\ the date of tl'C
Jattoea to this
I Territory" those TIle House had made appropriations with-Spain. Tlio rumors in general There is a rumour of Don I 13rh Janairy I it is announced, that trw
who voted in favor ef
, the passage for such objects previous this time are of a warlike nature and there .bcins about Miguel's l ontMi i
} of said bill to ; : ; to depart :br tho tyoops! were to take thc: field
tE Woodruff were Messrs. Stone Resolved, That the Clerk of this is really reason to Tear that Feud inand I I 'his. imperial l brother, at Rio de court of I I in a few days, and that Lord IVresford
Wyatt, Barker will Jan-
( 'lcKen.non. House he authorisod and directed__ ____ to__ risk.a war rather than accedn- --- tn...... 'j 1 ll'O. I I was to sail for Eiigfcind: about the 20th I
p Bntt
Uoggett5peight; .Macon n the just claims of this
subscribe for 500 country and! of I As of this mrJolltI
N Alba, 'Pinkham and :Dell; of the Debates copies of the Register Portugal, the Quotidiennc, a French death soon atho;; intelligence of-the The Mojiiteur of
L 'J Congress for ofhig Tnnsdnv tfvfs,
V and the only member opposed to the two last sessions, published, by ultra paper, and the organ of the A- of York no.r:11lJigIJUes thc 4XUflUieaclind under the date of?Jnlrid! I),.C. jiftho
ita passage was Air.1itchel: (&e Gales and Scaton ppstolicals, stated positively that.Fer Liverpool on Sat- order in whicli; the Swiss
at the rate of outlay, 1\11': biiii'lo! : was
our"after of the 16th of March dinand has the Maury, the American to leave
volume and rejected demands that bot\vWiftiie
per ; that he of capital U'di
authorised ill
: ,
1 the a way !j-, ,It.r | |;
for thit law.) to .pay for the British Government with more tiutiorahiloto fd! lodi> in" t. 'Jieir
same out of the His dipmurtfvas
\ An Act concerning partition tingent funds of this House. con firmness than civility, and the London of the feelings American, sent a note to the masters certain, and the actual arrival; ofiliem

fences and Courier, a paper\ likely to be well) ve..sels at Iii c.wut: in :It bayonne; is
an act respecting depo- Mr. Webster acquainted this expected on thy! jh' offOXl
Bitions only regretted that with the matter speaks of port requesting that thivvo.Hld. UtOHtJj,,
were the
jevertlly a third the the I
number to be pay same mark of
time and subscribed for was state of the negotiations as most I respect UtUlJ j A scrikjiK
pined. trsatisfctory.It the conspiracy tit
I not 500. He eulogized the work and melancholy event, as wouU bo 'have: appears
is stated that{ bn>u f formed
I the paid by the British shins. ] at Alalijj-i: : : {;or the

1-1"' express purpoc ol i .r.cl iin.ijth

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\ ithtI.l1. .'lm'-;st iho ;v}.Q'.Jrd :.:MIC; the fiovcrrjacat o!" IT] -dj.: r.--,trjrt.i.iSUicCtnerm.r of the

-i: ;:'!1t f.fita.mt.\, .:- ii. the pint! ; ; and Council fn-rj direct- I;, rt-L-ctica! of Col. White, would I Master Commandant JOSEPH NICHOI ,

.: :: !.;:i11 i'41 i: ,..,.s trn.-';... .,:.t1l,, ...."..\1. U.I.1 S i iugtl4c tunis of the Courts, n as i ia t-r: bill! i';: seem to l'nCOi1i'flte this opinion. What of the United Stated Navy has been appointed ,ati1amii'll@UQ
: ns. icru-d; bv C-oiau.iuce has the tt.Mon Post Cu lain.
( 1'1 ; r Palladium iTr.Vcb
-,.. \ :,h..1 li H;;} Juv.ri.o! out hy thvrrjvz ''cn ;cs ? i !insut.r >: Tfi _
o.- t e:1i.IawstS ster s'ril
; Everett with the el -- *tm ,
to tlo -W33a Sat _
J cithv C.uiUin General I ; I Ii ction i
!i.it.t 'i ; jiLt n :: Hlc Sc.iat.nnd tile L'iil. it
.', : i* tit u Delegate from Florida From the Eatt Florida
UII hl.I'u or
dll' lltrald.
..' ,'1iaiL; ; eit'i.il: l CO1al1'C: i "lIa"J1" 1Itr1y .,}, 1)t"1) :
t '
1" it ::1 i1i ) :mndtf! :11'n ( this :. Kinv.' {t-ve: i ,' me ;.-f tt pf'! : ,;: e tf" Miy should they! iutrudo any opinions I correspondent of the Pcnsaco- :0OTUZLLO
": :; t'1 .:n rriatlon; favorably Col. Ila d'azcttc is infonnedthat
iwr V.1 : ill r v !iO'\" r. to White, unless tint 1 hut five or
:: .LcctI ivjiiwnt Jjuttfi; oMI )- '
: ; I wi.Iel: ;II.-IHVJ tt" -..rrvirt i six
: > IT Cmtlcman foreign vessels have
you. ::
yc&r'o was ii'ovin; :: in ptiliti'alconcert entered the
.- fi't:n.! xviti, their anus into stitueu's 1 : a\\ .
: j i.0 :i jt )fain: }I tln-.v tr,; v t brrmitifd St. Joints since the
\\ them in oposition to he [ formation of I
'J.Ii] :t :,i.vs flt Kl l-', W ll'.J they.! I: ; t.*, I asi ",f.ir it ''HJ! iot V IIwi> .- t-j I this
H election of G Territory.
I ,11wut. .) Ztu1 'tlle& ell. J.irkson.
: ': .1 I-! ii.'Hils; of partisans\ ,or rar ; 1.=-,.''" Vo'ir.i,! .'..... ..(..atrC't'i'JUHI" ..,. ) uHr The people of! I Florida are inteji"ii Important Decsinn.t the last } ESPECTFULLY&CEIIOm
vhom ahw informs
'; I' ol I } the Citizens
,;, [.j > < < :-; -, } ; -
| i .J at 3 t enouuli( ] to select their session of the Council] J FensacoU
:;cs tl'OH own aL'eils an act was that
., ... *'.- vl"ilu'ic; moitfittm: :.* kId I. ; passed on Friday
: ?1 'r'Ji,' I.'r,. MrVi:, 4... % I I and \\ ill l he cautious how the'y bostiw vacating all the civil and military and Suturtkiy Eycnin: s.SOHi and 31st of

; ," : ,J 'I.:It_0'_._t_ '_! -(_'- I P.t' :,i u. ."...\ Forii.J.! I their coitidenry on the lecommeinution j offices in the Territory on the first March, will he performed the ancient
--- ? -------; --: r called the
.-' "'t. 's.. ".'. A .r .f' .l .\ .. i'a..r' ?''j Lc .'r.i' frjmit.-We er.- of Ih's L' \\ IIJ m\ha\e: ; .t co'ncejl-/ Monday of February last] ; and on I i!I peice
.;,: .,!,:. .- I. .:. --, '.1.J'i.. .L,4., .. ", f' -. I t !t.tai'. : tk.t" :.;.,or 1'1',1:0llIlheJe.::( I, rd )lllllj\'l; in the subject they have that day a new general 1 commission is- !1 j Giand Norfolk Tragedy,
'- I
.-----. .C:1r IC'tlt u! the ht I 111:1Itl'llCl'.\' under sued. Some ,i with
-' t.." ,.;*, \'. v..J., / .o.T..:a. i2;:4. I !l :' t ifl'n1.j illtf lfcl.ditlr. /. changes were made inl J together performances on the Slack j I

'-..:'._ :- _:. __ ___'.o.cc I.If.:. lt at Cu.I JIm"'I'lnch iu ar I Gem-ral: J .td. on is known to be \the judicial department. It has been Rope and numerous oth feats ofagility.
: 1,1: : If
.i\c- 1 'Ii'-Il oi.leis
,. : to rmi'ne Alo-vex&I oT
-1'..1" .'1 I.' J-ai"../ t-) JC'l.-CH\: ; .ll..IC ;o near St. Louis, I personally ;,tt.'dll'J; to Col. Gadsdro, decided by the Hon. Judge Smith, violin. rand.peicc ajU8i l>!- .en the
: ": -:':-= that '
\::,;:JIU''. ?nd to frieii.ilv to his -dejtion ; is-contrary to the act of Place of 13
; t.tn'. J .u n M. \\ HI..; \101 l.i asDch'puc performance, Mr. Innerarity's

: I.:: : .t..1\4.1. I .1"t'. \ .,'.1"- J \j?, ih. :'IIlt .Vi :. r/cv/v.-It viI! b** pcrroivt-d. I I. ] it i is to such men as those Coigress, so far as it goes to affect Store House on Saragossa Street.

!: f9"i .H\ : htl. h t pc 'tl.'tl I ',y 1..... '"1111\\ iL; thai trrcae Iu the .' u- I that we owe the possession ol the soil Juds and Justices ufthc.P: eace ; the %*ickets-Front Beats 75 cents,.backseats
: : pl"fiu' ('tIUL t of. hi' i. .ied I Stat in '; ttdtJI1eeo'4i oi 50 cents-to be had
; =, \" ii i act Congress dechring at the -place of
winow occupy, and( is the opinion ofsnrh expressly
.,:,' I : 'T.viVifi/f/ Z7u. C..t. \\iiitu \ ill i'uvi.r : f the Tint all performance and at the Pemacola Oook-
: ( ? Judicial
.::, : ** : Sla1i lh Cl.im,1I1 .:, \. ,I' .t.i.nl: Its thtirFupnmc : } men, th-j urulouhtod} friends of oHicwrs shall .hold Store.

/nfa.t 2'!. .w.-.v.:1'C\nn.1.n. 1-ite: (if I lavur.Ilwirr.. Florida; to !ht., oaiweijitid by ihe fa-: their offices for the term four-ycars." (:& aro/e Halt for Colored.People.

be' C'jvrt: V. .S. voru'.ile!) lecommondutions of Eastern The CASC will he reported in our next. -
,; ; \IJ..U t .) Ilh', \ ,t l.lin.: 11) Jfecrctai.u. v :
I : .' E.y' Ul I hItH.1. S.1urdt1J, JJtrf' 2. Editor:. and l.asiern men; known to Lf.V.. .Vz.'p 1raTrrn.-fhis line Ship. O. Jackson most rempectful1y informs

;' \ ; tAui-oOMNr. r l|. if TallAn '-'- .* [ffcc. (itt EIIUP(! and (.tfitrs. be adverxMo i I l's: Lrieat southern} interests moimtingii guns, has been littcd for H'ilat those Ladies and entlonieii: who.may be

> .I : '... Mit.) ul lia- t .u..1! !:!ta-', ;ill ciior tu *ii.- i Hi'lrict i (\>uit of .Jlic: 1'iiitfdf.its wi:1-' which our this port, and is expected to sail this inclined to favor him witli their patronage
.- 'ut !. l !. Territory isidtsltiJt' inoir.iiigfor the that: he has rectMved
: < i.tJ'i.t uf .Missi.--.ipj- Mr. Mcditerianean. assurances from the
,, t i- \ .!.li! % Uxiifiic Adam t.ord'ui I I I
setL ';.ti' p .Itui. ir. (H-liMMTd the opuiion (tfihoC'lunt : I The followiug is a list theoflicers of the Major of the City and officers of.tAe P0.

: f" :, o. *:il..I i.j: ;' the judgment ui tile C"IUftI I It is very easy to perceive the Wan en.Ct !lice that proper attention will k. pail to
j'r.i I'\n i rTicM. T-'j.: h:I? hern .np- I I. ., I keep- order the
] mmnnier house ne therefore
L source from, which the interference Lawrrnec Koarny, } \q. in :
.a1.l i'V ti.<* (mrrm, .ludyc of the I improper rirst Linitcnnnt hopes that the of
from tlicHeruM Charles Ciauult.Vrf"l ; condur' some unkuowndisorderly
An \.! r071flftrr.tifn.1p
t ..1':1.U1- tf4) 41 ( ''iiI, OfliiXN..rt. dated Friday.esti of the Eastern Editors! in '!; / LieM*>."!, Joel Abbott. i person n a late occ foii will
: i.\t'u llt 31 U'T i K ,q.! h-u 1), en apj1ljutI'JJ i.Iru5 tllat favor ofCol.rhitc' re-ehr:5oii: emanates 1'll rd Lieutenant, Horace U. Sawyer not deter ladi. from atlendingMministrator's -.
:%i Iu TI J-i A. \1. In ti. il most
", ,1 \ a* ..icl.s'jmi'.iiic.: .: J,,:n L. and while the Editor of the lourtk Lifllttumt'iiam! L. lludson. ------ .
J :! u'.ive 'IL I 1I u1t'1 out in that City at I
.< : .t iUiiOied.it h tlf I:4Ft "II"i 'i ii ofil.it: niuir.hur, in aOMI'I Penjucola Gazette re-echoes all their biiryeon, (;t.rg e Tcnll.1'urttr Sale.

!f !'I':l a u.uld.Jijr I s-iutli side I of _"'l.fi.iStreet fulsomi'! Uaidnvr Thomas.
MI- does he refuse permission of the
*::o,.Y/J of the AV< v7 D.pot aho sin I praises, why to Mirier, MaiiTirti'uke Do\e. BY lion. 'County
'. uithTf.. occupied .ts llight's p I publMj; 1 he n.p1icIich truth requires JwriiLOJJlrtr, H ; Court for the County of Escambia, I
tll W.
.t' haH' t'l t : COh\'t.SH." by Mr. 1':. .iljnce! it communicated to a < nry FoA ler. will
i .1 j. em.l .il:-. Hidi: rchlJH t\ U feut'UH'1I" I targe fiain" }house, S. I K. comer of Main should lie mde:; to them. Svrzton's JIa't Gideon Wbit bidder expose at.12 sale for cash te the highest -

'. !h.\"- :"! :\lumed fioui a -uiy of and CLutch htietls. The Herald sn sit -' People of Florida look to this. I'. Midshipmen, JoahuaH. Austin, Jno. \. 10th o'clock M. on Haturday
:-i .T<"t jiii s Jiav.'. 0111.i aitinformed that i it bfvund ihe power of our pen In uVioribe A Pensiicalian.Frni'i Riiibur Samuel Lotkwood, Edgar IrvinU'm. "-, February 1827, in front ofthe CourtHouse

: rL i .NTif.N: F.iJT \L\TH;: ONLY the! true \\ hnii pieM'iited ithill I F. Hooc, 1 mo. H. Field, Tha-odo.-- in the City of Pensacola, as the
1'. ( property of J. M. FLINX deceased
men, Kcujamhi! Dove J&15.P ,
''111.t1 t.rii.v; i\, ('n u cuijiul '\amiJi :- 0h"1l -U.uzif! s had iLtnto t lcir height the Floridadvocato \e two 1'5ioliz..cIer -

.. ,11..40 ti- .,1'it. I J'..*'t" wro stubhoiM thinsr* .' iu t.'ir- .t ii::.1 l hailt iig. 1 tie '\ hid vvhirh articles !iieileJ ll) i itt, query j>uViincJ: :'opy by I I i Ki"> >ti \ I LC 1& (Dc 1l(
,. '. loan.; '. i! ;iimi iiicni-d in iolencevl.ii!! ( e.rc-r Hill.i'n.'iacr. !t.
,. VT ..t !..4bl>ivo,. el1"trI' / rc/ ?II' : :c :'* \ lib luiuir p.iper ot il-'Jd: uit. uud oar reply
ti.' t'ivil LHtt"'I": ('r I-f thupaiks and llal .i's of flu r. to an ini- : Thf :ias :ililev.Ciirpmltr in said City and if the
: i ;. .-I bat f-v > to it. .hi iiuf.iat: uhit-h. is editorial ijt isunueCtB ; aid lot shall not
rnt"mitorrnjt"n-j-: .! ad.; .-" At llll' m
; % .. tM { ( ; >aiy for ui tu 1 t-i1111 iL But I hi second sum of money to pay'S
1t..-. tt iMnil! i ('n11hal the i.... of ijt. I Jriltil1l jmotv. hie rail v ,vcied tile slnutjledroof si;lIc.i1 fimura'/n/i"' dcinjiujliom : b'litktr, L' .ri.->timV; ;,ouPiiced the demands which may have been tiled

.1 "., ; ...'s lay i-- tvr.r. u."_,..t.,t. I of jho LUM s to Ieevwrd, s*'
I I to, tdan\ !! human pnn-cr to, sa\e. t-hiin with a lui'-ehood i \ hit.ii miiit be evide t to .- _-- '_--_- I I shall proceed immediately, at Im same
I --:."-J;! for IJr/..!('C.-Our ir-ulrrs: will i IH>;TI e-jn'irUio.i.' S \'t'I\1 tiiut v.cre | all wtio lead our paper, and which it is iOMM.E\.CI.dI. : time and place, to sell Lot No.. 171 in said

t "t' l.\'the u'UtttiM'iu' .Jt Hi tl.o! C'lt-ik .(:.I:!! rf tli Mnut tOultu..tiolt ')' Uicm .n I therefore! scarcely uecessttiy to notice. Weravtr ---- .-. --- ---- City.
tht th.' i'i .tiou fnHi fire hit Oft"i exli'sjiai'-ited l the -- I
; ;- (\'uniComf, I s : hy have ilher disavowed or aclitow-: :1VI.
:It-rate I'jCunriff-f wiU i t il.t- ;.;.tc. on the exertion, < ulour !h:lnl hi *,men.'" At :nellt'l I. ledgtd the hostility of Col, Unite tc the oi" Cotton. Crupper,

Christ Chnich"uiboet:} '.. ;'J yard< to i Cioteiiioi'" but iu Lieuj'Jl Jan. :7. C'erh d ex-ofiicio drn,.
fir i t :\I I 1outhty (Jf'1a v. c'l our auswvr to tMequry ; ,
.i .
waul of the ire) v.as kl.lled"iron; a Hakeaud I| we explicitly! : declared, in leiation! : to L'ol.Wnite The sales of Cotton tan week have amounted "SALE POSTPONED
I t. hi. !I i th' int dn t. f :!ht! .!JlII th. burnt to th' jro'ind. '! he eitrant i tuau.I I to 10.600 l-a ,
that ] s-Uplands.
.. a opinion on subjt et we (\\ *t 6g to
.,, ."..tj.ii;: V MV .j't..": f1't. ?I..tlt.,' byr -ion u! \\'alter! H,'iiosi F-M;., !half a iLile ali : uo ujoie t:h a ii oar Co ri CjlO1 dent dos or I 73 ; Orleans, ;;jtoS. \it.biles: \(. 6? to 7-. The sale advertised above is nostnoned

,, -i- '!hr J.a.\ .1" ;'hh/cH.1! 1 oUN Sfr,tu- at' lioui the orlgiILj st at of tho fire, aUoeauplit UUj' do by reference to our liics.t The1! A letter of Feb. 1. sa3--"TJc Cotton nntil, .
.,. ,'tl.ttf it :n tr h. ..1.1.111 the MV..I.O c'vl tw1 dt.-titttl I by h'ui- market continues March
; i ha11.E sauio answer will stive in leph! tu the C.ItS- steady, anti the demandlair. Sturday31sL next. 4
h'y' *\:"M: v. Ve *.\1!I publish the i.iw odf and :'.'!1 t'.e peopleloi'png; : to ftie : tioii \\ !.al1 ,' t.'iL"iliuien's: of our Jele- New crop Uplands which have: beru -

I" n. -ly In .nr iti '..t.COUN'I'Y. i hlIl'-waHi. \\ f'al.1l! ale> Crupper, epIc.

COrilT a: the 111 t. was l.urnt to f.e t.'vullt.1 i tie C. StateWe do kiow, i, otCui ton the ll511 days arc estimated at Pensacola, 13th February ?827.I1ittit.

togi t-:r \MII me*: of It-; fuiniturTfie > iiowe-.er, that Col. .\\ tow has the rea iu-j l I o.500 bui s ; the only chance in price is in
(' hOll-l' aui t.iTir.' of !B. Ft,hard, the! new i iLaiirafti lav'or of r\\\ Y\o il\ft ;
,Etrswbfn 0111t..:/. I Itiesli of his coiHtituxnia too much! tt cart ito pUt chasers, some sale- Imviii"buen : : .
Ian J-J( !:o I"ll! HM,:. ami Mr-*. Hi .tin- 1 meddle in made at a reduction of from the
v CrMi<, Frt"I:1d 1arch lP 7. gene/al politics ; and byur.i-| tIll E Subscriber, ha/.ng; purcnajet d! 'he
't .(.:.:-1 -loTin T\\1TCI .! I ./l//;( hlc'slh"lil'1t't.! coH;..mrd and bt-yond i ing to his circular/ uatih Ib'ih, fJo, Jwe J current pi'ii M of lat w eek.Fron ii. press and type, belong n- ..o the ;
these, tho tjll' f.vrpt fvc-iy b.aldiij to the 1iut.l thai lie it would tht. Xew- furl Price Current March 7
sh-sl! irtrt ,
i. .li't !, .t I.tt i'oils be opened flttt says uive Flor.d.i Intelligencer" proposes to pub-
iarjri1 tri : j/onsr, at :.' turner ol'Miiii r's The}
ill::' -A-nr places. for the jx.rpo-e of been wse to go out of my way to run in v I activity prevailed hi the mar- bush a paper in the City o:' r Tallahassee
ttire?, on ti.e j.I: ?: sUe of Churc.'i-Mieet. head against ih. t whicii I did uyt ket up in the :!d instant, continued on Saturday -
IL to cuieiume the
rt( t m xotes id@'b"tt reprt-- of I undo r name ofthe }'LtHIDA1)0-
j and to tJ.i rioithein i-itreinity IYnI without
II and joining one of the real 'ues i.nd nearly 3000
of Doi-iila in the 2Uli pr C .VTK.rrhe
Mif"p'e I h growing prosperity ef the
] Church-street! Vest tii'- all
ild1ltilg ill Ceu bales were disposed of. Ou the
ress, iciuler the other i.iimioal Monday
t nt-,' tbs ; at the ejection; tc t/e held on those} Manner's s'Let..' petsuiiiilly and adverse to our TernKy.1 U me i market became quirt, and a Jew hundred Cty of Tallahassee, and the rich and fertile

lh.' "Thf' Kitjht i ''is a,\ful! and htart-rendiucr \Ve d< not inti'iid to biilcs only here ui.-posutl uf: Vestcidavmoiiiui country in its vicinity, uniting*11 the
> au opiiont
Fir t! J.r. ?; //iy ff May neIl, viz : beyond de iption. It u as not u repdaiprovc5 t!'- CoL'tilC i f.ivorable to either t1r.AJaxii !' g advices wi-tc received from Liverpool advantages and :inducements to emigration .

At l Court Houie in the City of I'cn- { >si\e f.r-if it had been, "ir Fire or tu (rell. Jackson, I''' '.;e it 's a ) to ls.tIYb. mCiii,;ve.-These accounts which has already Mowed in with a
:-C'/la. Companies would s.,rii have rhfj 'kcd I i its pioress iituiter with which tilt lltlat-.l.fls nu t'rui-:i stall a dediu! th-re of ill pj-r I Ht. Th! } rapid tide promises to make a paper. at

At If. Cotton's, cntuc E camhi". ; huliou>es remote from tin: bs d\ ofthe flt.:.* and with ( ,1. IS kite':',individual ipi't'livr.s el>ct has beep a suspension lor the present the Capitol or the Territory, interesting.both .

At live S 4PTle Qnuny, on Khirk. Water.At tire, as "tll as those near, wore iglit.-ti : tocig as they do not inlciferuciliiitheir jt of jiiiy further OPI'l'lttitlu: in this I Old I Ltt. to its citizens and gentlemen of the

ttie Harr-incus. I b} the railing flakes and 111 and,, m1d as iriany -I iiittnsts, his CJ1lSlI1UClds hare nacunccrn. New-OrliMtis: U t) a 1_ 1 ; Upland, i>.J a adjoining States.

4 l..ii:; isforthtr r'Jcre, That the person ss; 12 or I lo in detached situatiuus were rSi-itiif-i do we iuteud. bo .i ian al'lu- 1,.$ ; .Alub llJ1a. V Ii a 1O( The Editor pledges himself touse eve
here.in.fter nnl"d, .' all be, and thcaic \ on fire at the -p.sne iiionn-nt.'' rid;. fOJitiuui-L a Territory, to iiu<'riertuur- liiltlinonMarch.. Zth.Cotton, Duty 3 eTy exertion in procuring i intelligeacH: and

hereby Epj.oiii'fd Judges of auid Klec- Between forty and filty fitmUi"; have !I sches in general politics i fertile olfiouit I ctntspei 11!,. No import. 470 bale fi ton ?*. information, calculated to develope the
been rendfied houseless, and the lo-.s ca.-I t Urltdns has been landed and some sales for true resources of the country, and care-
.Oll, vix : reason, hat we h<*v<.* iiovou- and no ullue.'ire -
1'1 P1b2co'a, SJLVSTL TIt..I, !HENRY nct be much short of feO.UuO' ) dollars. The! I II ; aud ought to eudeavor tu pI UlJlfJt the export ell't; cic'ii.t iC.i cts. ptd The tm- fully to abstain from those exaggerated

*VllMV, \VlLLlAM SEl HU:. I Church r.iiit organ) was I i ii.tues'ts of the TelI itury by *'uncilitin. I p.'e snll: (j.i educed bv late advices in Newkoi statements, which areso often impruperly

.11 R..1.. C'o tl o ll'l, DAVU WJLUAMS, insured fur :15.000( in the Mutu.d Assurance all par.'ies. A dill'eieut couise we iunU; !\, caused a suspension of operatMusti made, and which have their origin in ro-

It. L. CoTT'jx, JOAM (;AINI.M.t Olh'ce. and we undtrstand that most i iof would! be betraying rather than aduca- at the low rates currentVirginia n.ance, or the credulity; of a warm acd ardent -

.|! */ ..'t'jr-t' f "an'F.'JLt.J AM Binvr the !houses of any considerable! value j tint( Florida ; as it is impossible thu' any i per lb. 10 a, 11 ; Ia.lId. fur I Lucy, and which are calculated to

> AMKJ.W I'. I1U'.1.TRiC. K were nl.cj in l1r-d. The fire rziglit have1 i 1 good should arise from it, and it migt bepioductive I quality, 10 a J1A ; Louisiana, Hull; produce i':*ppontlI1ent: 0!):y.
.on accidpntai;, but thue i is tooinurh} "au-'t. i North Carolina Ida 11. Hisess will be atail
inj.it.TifOMAS. of much injuiy to the protect limes open for
:t n.r l.11C.,:;. .lEnrMi.n I NI4AFI.IM, to appiehond t it" uas'. tae! work c.'f' the of our rising Territory Sarunnnh, Merck 19.-Th-i l.iteaerounts discussion, and whatever Ill's political feelings ,

CoN1N>, .Ifclil-'lIAH AUSTIN lurking iucendi: iy. | iMiserable ignorant indeed must b be, have had an unfavorable! eli'ect on the Cotton may be, he invites all partiesto avail :

A flue troin tc!: liccordM. j in xvlation to Ci,). White's coiirse, wh be- market ; Inlands have declined fulla then1.;eh cs of this! medium of tomraumEDGAR 1
Clerk.ISy r: ( m ih? rivrliln 4,1rirafP. I lieves that, with all his vigilance i and tten- }hall cent. Sales arc making of common cat n. : ;

"nipper.. The Pensuejla; Gnzettc of the 2 jd tiou tu t.is duty, our Delegate has hactime to fair good at 8} aJ; the brands are heldat l \.CON.The :

John) Jcrrisou I). Cl'k. ult. contains a irnunication to :heKclitor to e\ jute himself one of the most cleoted higher rates.Charleston. .
I'touiuA ADVOCATE \\iHbe:
I political friends Mr Adams"' or to'lO"C Marrh 12/A.-Cotton* of all pub.lislied
.'; .'i.? l'it Kwte.-We lu\e teen f.i i dc-inrmdini: ,; whether Col. in political conceit witii othfi<;,in opjixntlon descriptions: have been of very dull sale! every Saturday, at live (dollar per

">u"l j uti! tie penisal: ) of a ii'tcr from I \\hitcJ wa friendly to the r-o-appoint- to the election of Gen. Jackson. iSae in- duriu;. the week. The tOCK ou ii.tnd olUiiltiniis Iilm, payable: either in a'dvar.ce,or three

.In IVt M.istf r ( nc-ri'in' rrlut.or: to the i mcnt of Governor Duv-i') it would d"ed mu>t Ct.J. White Lt. if he was s unmindful : has been considerably ajtjiii-ated, months after te subscription.. rlisc-

i'it l.Y.ute bftut-en this City; and '10Lit I have [risked: unnoticed did it not contain ofthe Hue interests of his cuUitu- wluictiie demand i is slack-.the je.ierul sales n.eiits inserted .,t the same rates*

:. :n uhich -n'-I-"Thc.npw rotsttsvh I ; an assertion that Col. GndsdcMi cuts as to appear otherwise than fl the have be.'ii at i), JA! : O.J c.-it-; ; ::Ie very best I T he Advocate! will be ibr-Aariitd to thihubtcnbers

:: he puliiishtd!: so soon as they shall: frieud of the Executive or neglect I secure fancy brands only reach l t.% Ct..lis. of tl.e Intt.ir.j'enctr! : vlto are
I was not only friendly to the reappointment SC1UrCl1M March 17.-'I hi* inform tie! Editor ct
lmct f .n :arrund and ,\ ill te i.i optrat Lluid of such statesmen a-i Waster t.-ansac- requested to their

<..,i -..- s.en ?. -rr !ctic ble. Its aivia\sj t tl of tho Governor, but to all .Mid Eveiett.'e lejoioe to griv hit lie tilns'Jflh f week !have hfc'u iess than '." ..rprevious wise to patronise the sume In tiie event

j.rtur-hc! toil > c .he \.a.l c.ia,-jtd in his measures. How far Co! Gad dell !j has -ecuied not ouly their fiieuJsiiij but some tiwl: and prin.-: .,"!) con- of then : ;lencet"they will be couicleredsubscribers. :

: ;.tU .-.H:111t is h(#pt .1 tat! proposals; I. Hjpiov Jf' Governor Duval's that v,'.Jat-k:1U1I aud'ol many of lu", w.mtst! I /41l..J to No tll .\ai'm-HJJtl 'I tui.e: :.:'C. at All advertisements co.itaiii-: '

.,1 1 '.}',' Ti-cf.\a\: .it this Department, fur 3ures as Governor we know not IUca-1 hut political fri nch ; and the People/'Fbrida our former nutt-s ; lupkiu;; the dales to avnra cd in thc luie'.ligencer; will be continued,

.'.:( '-. j-crv ice, en terms that can be c- I have inttlliifrijce eiiougn to see and D un- gc bj i a 8j cents. ILL'S: descriptiiiu i is unless ordered to the contrary. E. M.
presume that so far: as the Executive add --
dei -
Cl j .ILe stand that th .ir Delegate lees nut sacii-- now becoming.jiliity expected to con- --- -- -

t C i.r readers w',11;; prrceive, from the nhrc course merits his approbation, hefeels I faced their. lutcreits to the pitiful rica- till'.IC so thiti lii>ut the season. Yesterday .: aic AS?.r t.)2 1\.

t'uHl Froposals fur carrying the Mail himself bound, as a good citizento lion of puitj feelings. ths dfiiiHiul s fait aud aceoidin:' to the We wish that every fieud of tZitjouriril

vcUei-t' rficob & HLTsclcy will shortt' gin it his support, aud no farther. [ Cnjierul JacKson, for au:Uj w.e kLow 1 Liverpool classification <|ujte; Ordinary -jlioiild undersfanrf, ml'that they
may hf-pcisonally attached : Cu! to uiiddiiug-b! a KMnUUin:; tu fair, H kindness to make it
l Oad have the
and would sug.Cbt to j >- wotd:
: puhlibhtil, ue This much, however, WL- know, that d,'", but thut he is fiieiidly tj hi: election a J) ; Fair to-gooil fair, !.; a 10. i 0d fair kiovrn tlxtt to vt e wlu will
the ,
i. l-nll1r'l't, txpcdif. -any procure
: : cvovissto ( Gadsden stands to not 10* 11 Good and file, lii.4 13.
.! <-, ciiforsddrg ihcirpicposals: itiinieuu.'cly. ( pledged 4:< DeliHtc, under the p.nt circum- to good, a ; j tlur.sIbscTibersand 'remit on their

man or sot of'iiicn, and that nothing str.ivrcs and in cj.poiitiou to "ol. tt hite, iccoimt: g20, we will sen
I. fi;-'v.wjn :iro the new Poit Routes will indnre. him to sverre' from an we pronounce.Jell.; JucRfeim absolutely. tiil3e.-Ve knowllldt -D;,ffi 1f IN (\ 1\1 t' \mel'Co:1: Farmer witno-it charge-,:',

.. honest and pi.r..x..s incst ,\armi. I CJliU .L.r" aTv.! U14"ho will procure fav subscribers
f. .'.\.d In & i r1l1thlJIl. : independent principle.j Col.VhitPTa course hoth us I.auu vilbe **.
I'. r.vjco'a to HlAeley.in \r nard him of learninir'! :: and "U11l11- '-- = "Wd to retain b3 on his rc-
e as a man SIJIUT and as .lejtite Hut only 1..04.1, mlttug s \\ .
1 :< 1'ins.icoU to Fort (Jruw ford. I bat uiucii nudjiject \ { (){ tiXtARHIVE l\\\. nin52O. ', alufucU .
has esteem .
ii.rorritiLle and tita
and ;; princijilc, as _-- M to repeat, is nee
S. lv< m Man's. by. Fernandina, and such will him-hut. in doing 'II'III I fir lri rri, as a gentleman of firmness I tube dunirby any .; "-vnoJst J"lI', lo Juelvbdtivtlle. I support 'II I int.-grity and abilities.! It tuust he a subj !). scrbe i is to enclose a five uv note by
i this wf do not wish! to detract from Mintli ::J.-Schr. .\I.'siug. 1)n' KyVr.tt.
of and tu our
4 ''t gratification "
0i ex-iimuincour; files of deferred pride mail!, :\.1ht' ,'i.k of anilacdreuel.Jta tho
j Col. White, arid our columns :tic open C'n'-/.ens that thcvir! Reprcsentati\ s : ElilfJfaftllL'luiericcn F.r .fJ.BJ.imneanll ,"
;';:.ees \ c tine the following, which: tJ his friends. I 5:cured the rv.ptct and admiration :n>t ouly 07.-Schr. Eti1.:1 hCl.'. For>yth, Tampa whether the be received or -

"'t huW give in juiticc: to our Dcleg.uo, I 11 I of the heads ot' both the great P01ttLCtt [ !; !11"\\',-pti.sens, Col. hiuoUe! nd JMajorU'ngnt.U will money be forwarded imme- -
} We believe it i i" a maitrr ofir.cii'Tc-r- not the paper
I a.d11' Van
':" much miiiepieiujiuition is i'tilll I'Jtrtics vi' the Italian, hut ao! ef the : "Aviiy I and the actual receipt of eacu
cnt with Gov. Duval.lieihcr Col. 'iuas, Frj c, ;35 days from diatclv,
!hole Nation itself. Notwitii.uandln: thaSSL1IOL1S -Ship
: which I v. ;
cL"Jt ihv to they of the volu.ne will be guarantiedthe
en MU'K'ci number
\ White or Cot Gad dMi is elected of A PensaciHir.: iti; a fact Boston ; with a L'W for the Guvc rnimt cnt.
: I. the HJilor. .
.tc. having ever stood aloof from rlIrittJ- that Col. White has reci-hed I more praise I The Nuns, has i\i crienc<'d very bad weather by *
"The : i is publihetwc.elely
I. .Tr.n. lS27. :. !Itt of tie 1-1111 iust. being Amer ;.m Farmer
'TV5RisG'; 2f't from (l.e oppo:ers thanrom the advocates ; and on till' ti :
10th rial elections, and is willing; that his | I It l.IiS losi an anchor. I by J. fc. Skinner, Postmaster ofUaltnore
:My DJ -1l.-AHJti: tin-! 151h or c.it'the present administration. This fact i> ou tic! Bahama :
; H'' .nher l.ot. \j\i n'rIUl'| >t.t1 111(', when acts should at any time bo canvassedby I. noticed not from its owu importance, butt J:N TLBJ I : printed on fine paper the size

tt; .iil, ra' enhin'; the JUHCCS in -which ca- the people. ') PI'>VV the regard which the waiter m the \urh !f.-Solir. I'rauiklinDexter, Bo.toH. ;- ordinary newspapers, folded so as to

fr ,ai\ace haIl f'= tiiti< iol iie Ti-niiory From !ha Florida Adrotals. Advocate bus fur truth. 21 dav'<.-Cargo Lumber for the U. S. : make 3 pages ; about one half, or four

(II 1 Mondi.'j.hijuui! tome brfu'rthe I Itu't', I The Editor of the PcnsacoU Garotto Col. White has told! us Whe.i Florida \aw Yard. : pages, devoted to practical Aricullure; ;
t mjo\e such an :UI.IHlmcul 'o it r.< would I fhall have a place in thi Union should I d":-Sehr. Thorn, Campbell, New Or- the rem linl1' to Intcrn l Improvements.Hural .
a:j'i onre the: ('0' ti IInr and Lrpialat'nc i in reply to a query from a. :j!! then haJIll' honor to represent you ; lcUI-Ctirzo to S. Pattjr'on, J. .Jerrisonir and Domestic Economy ; selections .

( Jhnl tf riom
undfitin- Bill' to: b.- !Jul.l, to direct: the hostility of .co1. White to the Governor j! jusiius; events, and honestly rcconi her '.James Quin, F. Paqnier; Flyer and Kop- and Niiturul Hi'itorynr Uura Sports.

"U>.T t.rn.s, u sij.-ii titner tint's aud plares i| dour 'l'crritory.Vill Mr. !! -\.jtcUntil; then, it is wisdom iji us, as":! H I r.i.in, S.'IIamblctfjn; i,. 1:. Burch and theM A minute index and tite! page to the

ta. "ij" t-t n.jfiaoiy lor III,' more come.iini.ni i 'j I in all mea, to hold our peace, whrre we are i :".r.r whole volume is published, and forwarded
Id.. n '.-. 1 ra I IOU ul Jujrt'; aid if ifl4Ir :i I Hunt be4jjood enough to state, for th, : not concerned, and! minding: our own hlii.inoss 1 I Sdur.afl Antonio, Rvtch. w-OrlCalIS, with the last number of each volumeA .

(ipnu- lojt' jni'ihc' in<-rsts rvquireJ I IIt. i information of those who feel an interest : let that of others alone." This H the --Jnr'O to order. single number will! be sent to anyone

tl) tlucctiitiJud"coftnc M.cidle llistriet in the question, what are the senti- ,i principle by which everv true Advocate of CLEARED. who may desire to see a specimen of the

1 f l'1I'Ia! : ] to h.id .in aihlifionid trim in ments of our .Delegate in relation to Florid oughi to be actuated. March 23.-Sehr. Amelia, Roach, New publication.
"t u:,.. r ..f jl.t- !! Distiui.. A f'cll .'olian"" lie 42 bales Cotton G. W. above
i: \, itll" at n-jsju'ct nntt vt rm.I preset with a ftIsehioud-.t he is what he signs \ Barkley and Deer Skins by II. Micbelct.oj one oriw insertions, w= shall feel much

am, IDV dpar ?'!,', United .States I A "member of Coneressiias hilOq'lf, orerma JYirMian, he knows that .-Brisr Almirn, Hitler New York- iode13ted,-and will! glul'y reciprocate their

Your 0s'dt.: er 't.w been heard publicly to declare we never haw ref.ised to pubish any biinjj Cn/'ro220 bales cotton and 220 sticks FUSS 'kindnes .

In. Dragon.Vnn ." I that Col. White was among tho which truIh required us to lay befort our tick bv A. Stone, 12 bales cotton by G. W. P. S. The American rmer is circulated -

I ',;! \ :, Pclcgate from iloritlallous. most devoted political friends to Mr. readers. \ C'umminc-( bales cotton by N. H.* Allen, through every Slate :>:il Territory,

..- of Ileprcsonfaiivcs > The Nciy Post Olire.-\ t Office has been 7 bales cotton by S. Patterson, 30 bate i and is written for by many of the most

Ftrzzaryf2nd 1H27. 3 \ Adams Washington. great tablishcd at' Euchec Valley, AVilton cotton, 3 bbls oil, 22 kegs Wine, 14 1' distinguished, practical farmers ia thQ

D.'nm-Yen ask me whether the secJ solicitude which the administration County F. mid D.tnr. .ViiUEhSO.v Csq.cnpcint ., griudstnncs au J 22 kegs of Tobacco by tbi;; Union

i., in the act cf' li.e kft session, reorgnn; papers have expressed on the subject I d Post Mastei. ) Master. 1



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J. I.

LflEE OJ Feu {Jcntiemer, who may NEW ESTABLISHMENT. Brick, Lime # Lathes Wanted Letters Foreign Ports. : t.W'M ,

a. wish to retire from the bastle of the the information of those who put a NFORMS his friends and the .
Town during the Summer months CUbe The For in this Office directed to foreign lic generally, that he kc.-ep the u

accommodated with comfortable boad ". 1V1LIpurchase, or contract for the ports the following. extract: from the Instructions rLA1V' 'JJB.'S BO1'JJr.! ,

t at the Ferrj4tou, on Deer Point ; and of the Postmaster General is and will take great: plvasuie m

have the pnrilege the ferryboat, when Eagle Tavern 300.000. UltICK, 8 inches long 4 \\0) published.. Letters have frequently been dating those who may iavor aCtornrTIo.I him
coming ore* with passengers. wid and 2 do. thick.% put in this: office, which not having the their custom.

For termtfMpply at this office. ANlTRAVELLERS 36,900 HU,IIf.LS common ihell lime. I I postage on them paul, will never reach tah1thsee, 10th Feb. 127.3USTRCEIV1D. 1-1t; ,

_:Permcola__ 15th March. 1827-2-tf. REST. t,9'JQ: UUSHKLS of Lime, made of the place of their destination. -
litoe iyster shells. I E.rtruct.-"If any letters are placed in

: NEGRO llENVANfED.. 4' THE Suhscriberiniorms the pub 1V,000LATll1S, 4 feet long for plas- a Post-OUice, to be sent to a sea-port by ANU }UK SALE,

: I wish to hire immediately, 'lie, that he has opened a.'houseof tcrinj. post, and thence by ship to some foreign At the Pensacola BntOart

_'I 1'ubKc Entertainment, :n the the of'such letter, for such ,
Tie above articles are to be of the best place postage a complete and
house formerly: oocupied by Maj. flailfor distance it ito be conveyed genera! :!
qualty, and delivered at the Navy Yard I as by post assortment
3S that ,purpose, fronting the public aboy; high water mark: as: required by I must be paid: at the place of reception:
which he has fitted in a convenient "
square up tbe mechanics, und most: convenient tothe otherwise it is not to be forwarded.V. QUILLSsome
mcrmer for the reception ef tra
I vellers and others. 'His table will alwaysbe fcpot where they are to be used. \ Hasell Hunt,
I. They will also be subject to the usual Pott Matter. of them ofvery
NEGRO MEN supplied with the best which the quality.
I Yard, and market can afford und his bar with the inspection: of the Yard upon delivery. The Post Office, Pensacola, 20th Nov, 1826.THE uj'Wanted::: a quantity of Geese'
to be employed in the Navy Biijfe must be delivered between the 13th gles and Swan.s \''t' }:l.
obtain 2 best of liquors. No exertion will be ng9.
amongst whom it desirable to of April next and last uf 'V e bvi1.1\n
Pcusacoh. 1st
."ot'the laborers there will warning on the part of the proprietor, M*rcli, 18:6.Notice .
.' or fc.3.itowed joiner. 15 dollars; per month with t to render general !satisfaction to thosfi Bowl ritn approved security will be subscriber informshis friends and

the common Navy rations! and medical attendance .; who may favor him with their compacy. required hr the faithful execution of the Public ,that he has opened a ,. -

and (for the mechanics, the His stables are well calculated for a number I. contract for the lli-ick-and Lime, and the House of entertainment in this! place for "
UhMal addition of price ; proportioned to of horses-and a good and attentive contract wiU be closed whenever acceptable the accommodation of travellers andi Dearmanvt. )
their qualification*. Ostler will-at all times be at 'hand. proposal'\ submitted. i boarders who are not subject to inebriation >. In Attacf men!.
EffbrJON .1 .
Sam'l R. Overton Families or Gentlemen who may wi&h!: I, Sam'l. 11. Overton, he flatters himself that he CAII give ()ne j
lhJI.C'bC Writ
I can be accommodated with private apartmenta. satisfaction to those: who will please: to ; a of Atta\hment Irl
Wavy Agent. been issued ;
Navy Agent.Pensacola call on him. and levied' on

13th March 1827-1-If.CThree f. Geo. Fisher. 1'ensacola, 1st Jari'y lt>.Y-44 tf.CTPhe : his: table will be furnished with the tie of the said defendant, a.?. a reMain'llit il1'tt.car.

t ( pair of prime O2CX2VI are ( Kditor of the Mobile Commercial best the country affords. his stable: with tuted in the Superior Crt for -s: ,. We.

I .also required immediately which H Tallahassee, Dec. 151tf.D.avi.ng. Register will pltse msert the above good corn, and provender, together with I tern District of Florida.

I' liberal price u ill be given. I in his papertf. a faithful and attentive Ostler. All the Adatn Gordon

: S. R. .O.ON SUPEUIOK'COUUTof Public business fur this:! county i is Pensaiola 6th Dec 1826 "lv. 1',,.
t 1 transacted in this place which is situated, .
\t sa L"E West Florida.Jrovcitiber I in the centre of the Chipola, settlement. AC' .DEL\Jf: ; -

1 f t I COHSiNMEXD, On Wednesday tilt. 25th of 4prnext. :1 \ Term, 1826. L. M. Stone, TrL\ L \11.:1: E;

Francisco Bcnal, Executor of ") ;C Webbviie5! 3ar.kson County, NV in,operation Her| the
11 c.reJ1tole! Cargo of the rruc| ship *Pa c. .V i'f.ginia \at 1Jtl 'r r the! E:>>tatc-o f Domingo Salas D January 'a-1th 1827.; care of' the Rtv_ sup r.

I Capt. UelalueCrom I3u'110Ak FOR THE BENKFIT Or THE "('6. a; !l. E. The I1Ii 1.e oftn Post Office i in r White, A. 'r. Henry

deaux consilting'bft Dismal: Swamp Canal Co. Fernando Moreno Senior 3o this County has been chan;;,,] ty the In this institution will! be ta'nht all tliandies
I't I. CASKS Claret Win* and Uomiigo livicr.THIS J Department from Stone's Store to *,,'eub- in the Latin. Greek and En-
of the most SIXTh CLASS, I ville. 48 4w.
approved cune-the said hsh sciences, to
daj Complainant; necessary aT"
;1 Brands, of the vintage :'1'L) be drawn iJenjamin '1). Wright Esquire his'' L. M. Stone P. M. dul.llbOIl. complete
I < ..
of 1822. "Cn Wednesday Mth of Jlpril next, Solicitor, ard it appearing to the Court r L "" mrt On Natural and Moral
I 'J 22 Pipes Old Cogniac Brandy, J B. Yates and A. Al'Intyre, that the sad Fernando Mtrrt-no Senior, TREASURY OrricE, ? ophy and Astrononn, delivered for
I 580 Boxes Claret wiPe, 'florae* very s u. MANAGERS.SIXTY and Uominyj Olivier are not inhabitants Jan. 16M, 1827. 5 benefit nf the Students

: perior. o this Territory, and they having failedto ALL persons Jal'ingcIiims: against the Examinations and exhibitions render.
! SO d'.'.' prunes, KUML'F.R-COMBINATION LOTTE- :tppl'I' and answer the complainant's are notified, that before ed at the close of etch ses.ioiu! .

i: 4U )thlfditto} do. IIV, NINE DRAIVN IJALLOTS.SCHEME. bill herein igreeatly to la\"t. It B therefore they can he-oidite according to law ; it'. It is thc design or' the| Principal tha

f t, 1 11)0) Baskets S*eet Oil. trder that, unless the said tSefend* will be ntcessary for the accounts to be tin* institu tion become per.naneiC :iP

80 Boxes Olives, Capers, Anchovies 1" Prize.of g 10,000 is gl 0,000' aiKsdo appear here on or before the I: made out & certified ; if for services performed J suitable -ouragement be given.TUITION .

and Peachrs. :-41000 j -4,000 first thy of the next term of this '';OUi't, to as -:odg* of Elcclionss, by the I
200 do. Cologne Waters. be htlden,! the Clerk of the Election that the ,
.i 2,500 :ioU on first Atandav of May services 1st
; Class .s, 10
36 do. Ant'd. Cordials. per session
: 1,56-1 .1564 nextund answer the complainant's bill were duly 'performed and also by the der of j !cn2d .

I 100 Bags Almonds and Walnuts, ?5 .5 1,000 5,000( her i"", the same sha4i be taken as con. Clerk of the County Court that the appointment months.Class

lbs each. 10 f.IU 5,000 fessrc against them. was' duly made. If for services gL5. 3a Class g20;

j t 40 Large Earthen WaterJan.DO : r 20 2'II) 4,000 Anlit is further ordered that the fMre- as! Clerk: of Elections: to be certifiedby Keference to Co). Robert HuVer arni!

: :; Empty Demijolrtis.: 45 IOU 4,500 going be published in the fcnsacola two of the Judge of the Election Nicholson governor Duva I of TaHahas: = -lJ.'ctOI',

j 100'Bags! Corks, I :102 50 5,1 00 Guzete, or.ce a week for the space of that the appointment was duly made and den and .Squire McBride, of G..us.

.J j! .100 Hampers Bottles, 10::' ::4O 2,040 four !nonths and once a month for two the semcea performed. All other accounts county. __January__ 24th 1827.
12 Packages Dry Goods, containing montls ;-. .
I .163 8 13Oj() thereafter. fur-services rendcredin either the /-' -
Broad Cloths; Linens, Handkerchiefs' oft 11415 .4 45,900; A toe Copy from the Hecord. Superior or County Court the certificate JlJf a

different kinds, Cambricks, Printed I) t. _ of the
:: Atlteat, Presiding: Officer: of the Court, that F ORIS2T

1 } tonsShawlsl't\lnellL 8iioesGIovesColor-: 13395 1'rizes $-lU .660 W. Il&sell Hunt. the account is just and according-to! Law,
Artificial FloWers
1 I Cttes, Head Dresse.-, 2 8':5 IJLnks. will be required ; and tue accouut duly
:; Umbrellas, Foolscap and Letter C'lk. C't. '
1 i Paper, Sup. 'v. }-.
I receipted, or a power given to some fit
Kibbons Silks & Peuacola 15th November
LC. .c. 1826--38w4
34220 Tickets perbor. to sipn the receipt, oethre the
: $ and m2m. Just
I Iff STORX cio,! can beirawn from the I rec ivedand for Eal
In this Scheme, csmpogetl!! of 60 numbers ty : Treasury.Davis -- ---
f for A general assertrnentoigids luitable by ternary combination, with nine I A i J Floyd, Ar'PIIEPvt1ao1ft
< s drawn ballots there will be 84 prizeswith i m zs KSJ V < )
: N. H. ALLEN. I. OrSloicers Terr. Treasurer.Abfe lioftkstore
three of the drawn numbers, of Literature
.f. t t Pensacola' 13th Feb. 1827-50tf. on tfliem ; --For the Election in 1823 instead
I -40-_ 1836 with two ofthcm on; and 11,475, Wit and Sentiment, of the certificate of the Clerk of the W. Hascll Hunt.
H : with cue of them'on ; the residue having Court the Pensaco/r. 2nd November
FOR 1827.ffice Cuuy certificate of the Secretary 1826
I ; none on, being blanks. of the Territory will be required. -
I \ To determine the fate of the 34,220 ) of the Saturday f\,. Post,1I QCF The Editors of the East Florida L\r 'l lU\.lt .

: 1 trcktts in the Scheme.'the 60 Nos.! troni 1to I Philadelphia, Dec. 2.1826. 5 Heraki l and of the Florida Intelligencer 1'lte.

l H 60 inclusive, will be placed in a wheelon c Gpnitf CASKCT or flower of LfteracJL > will give the foregoing three insertionsin Philadelphia .oJlhllnl, and

4 -- I the day of the drawing, and nine of rre. Wit and Senlinvnl, which has their respective : and forward Ladies' JVeeJclg faze
I papers
d 5: aflBy them be drawn ou] ; and thai ticket having had n unprecedented increase of their e,
: patrons accounts tnerefur to the Treasu which
; I J _- :zrcI' i .on it as a combiitation, during the last six months,will.after rer's Office.-48-:3 w. .01"Hahed eight quarto pagc .tr" ,"11&-
f, I -. The 1st 2d and 3d drawn num. the present vol. is finished, each number weekly, makinK: an 1tIlIlU21,
"' I .. '. :- f ben will be entitled volume equal to eight hundred andth
4.. to the contan 40 octavo pages, printed wellon NOTICE.a rt/i
1t two
.' & prize of $10,000 'srall handsome type, upon the finest octavo pages, printed on fine paper
,I t 4 That having; on it the 4th, 5th papei stitched and covered and furnished ETTEUS administration on the estate embellished with splendid engrav

: and 6th, 10 4,000 atthe low price of Two Dollars and ;'I of THOMAS li. UKLL! late cf the ings.

t \' .. 1 That having on it the 7th, 8th fifty ents per annum. The Casket Iq a County of Escambiu deceased, having its design is to furnish a weekly He.

I.i ; and 9th, to 2,500 colleoor. from the choicest pieces of theS.itury been granted to the Subscriber, by the pository or abstract of the fine Arts.Hotv
I Hon. thc County Court of said : ny, History Travels, Reviews
County Mora) Es
That having OR: it the 2d, 3d Evening Post, made with -a re.I I ;
ferene to the difference which should all persons having demands against said. says Sketches, Tales, Familiar Letters,

and 4th/to 1,564 exist n the materials of a weekly estate are requested to present the same: Poetry, Receipts, &c. &c, with a weekly

I t Those five tickets' having on them the and t.ose of a monthly publication paper, the, immediately and those indebted are tit-air Summary of he earliest Foreign and Domestic
-.lith. 7th and 9th," ed 'mukc News.
] ta The
forme of course enriched whh payment to Album is pecu.'isrhdevoted !/
0"i 5th, 8th and 9th, essays, to, such
t -6th, 7th and 8th. poetr'anecdotes:, and those set nfl by a : In. A Bell, subjects as are -nost in.
I.. each $1,000 teresting and useful
rccitaof the to our Fair
i the President of the United' 6th, 7th and 1/th, occurrences of the vcek. Administrator.jla women, Country
The Itter can receive little emhracing.great variety of theelegdnciesofpoliie
States. 6th, 8th and 9thJ value froma r :\\: 2CiL Nov. 1826.-38-8t. (
flier detail of events, of which literature, convew
J a!, pursuance of Law, T. Jonx"Qf*! rT ThOi-e ten tickets "loving on then: the *otiU cease to be interesting mwy before they -fruit- .7'ree tion dress, beauty, manners, &c. .ith-bic-

lj tiAxs, President of the United States 4th, eth and 7th, ) were ecorded. Grapes, LJ c.. graphical sketches of those who have

fir> America, do hereby declare and make '4th,.' 6th and' 8th, Tn vast quantity of matter crowded been hitiijuiihed for their talent, pie-

; );:nown, that a Public' Sal will be held at .4th, 6th and 9th, by !srall type and careful tnlllE Subscri- ty and other eminent virtues.
the Land Office at Tallahassee{ the Terr.tory 4th ; 7th and 8th. into te columns of every numbervf the !! : her, proprie- 9 i In addition to its usual variety, early in

of Florida on the third Monday inMay 4th, 7th and 9th, Satufay Evening Postviil I in the I tvrofthe Linnxan January will commence the-- ,nuhlJmr-on...-..--: .;..... of,.,

rteit, for the .disposal of the Lamls 4th, 8th und Jih, eactt-$500 cours of a month furnish the most am.\__ \ f nearly sixty Original Tales, .nd shortly/
-wtuate within the limit of the following 5th, bUl nid 7th, j pie mterials from which to form an- ---inter u :I Botanic Garden on i Nurseries, at Flushing ;- thereafter, a handsome collection of

Tu ; deseribrd townships! and fr cionltOWII': 5th.5th. 6th Mid 8th, j I injperiodical work such as: the Casket -I near New-York, offers to furnish the original Essays and Poems, all of winch
public with such Trees and have
t'hipl.'iz; Plants as they been written in
hat been
6t hand 9th considered by its p&viia! competition for the
North of the base line nn* Weit of the 5th 71 h and l'J frienc, and such as we intend, it shall be. : may dei :e. The collection of Fruit literary prizes, (six Gold Malils of the
Trees of all the various '
Meridian. the kinds, And also of rafoeo/SJlOJ offered the
Notwihstanding by
fact th
Those .t the Casket prcpne'or
Town biD" No 3. 45. fractional townships twenty tickets having on them'the i is Ut a collection from the columns : Orzan.entul: Trees Shrubs an( Plants is: : of this work. No pains, or expense is
No. 6 and 7 of Range No. 8, 2(1 1, 7th and 9th 1 of thqSaturday Evening Post we confi. I by far the moil extensi\e\ aiw valuable I In spared in making it a beautiful as well asa

Township No 6, &. fractional township -2t;: Kill und yih, I dentlj pedict, aDd -indeed we are sanc- i : America.In addition: useful and interesting publication: and
3d, 4th and 5th to ti.o i .
Xo.7of ttange Nos.9, 10/11 13, &. tionea in the experience we already immcncr.equtcTtlfn. the unprecedented receptionrluchit las
of former he !h'lS,
3d, 4th and 6th : ah.ivc50O
? yes now already
met with
*4 me lush e.So have that iti most numerous patrons will from the public/ u.u-

th Of theiDase Line and Easf-cf the 3d:)d,, 4th 4th and and 7th 8th, I be foukd among the subscribers to our :\\fcva'ietifts oi" rants the pnntiii:: of a weekly ediiion cf
upwards of
( weekly paper. A Urge number of those Copies.;
Meredian. 3d the most choice Fruits
9th, who take the "Post 'The Album, (says: the Rochester Ixw
Township No: 2 and I depend that
townships 3d 5tl'! and 6th upon which .
in York
are not possession of
Daily Advertiser
% for tke other ; oi Dec 4th ha3Deeii
'NOI.3 and 4, of 1.Townships paper news of the week-it is any )
I Ilange 3d. 6d.! and 7th. ;;' -each:200 therefore-re with establishment in this country, all of whichre highly! the editorof j'
avidity almost
I Nos. 2. & 3 of Range No.2. Jd, 5th and by every announced in
% the public
I' Townships Nos. 2 & 3 of Range No. 3. :-3.1, 5th and 15tll'l member' the family where it is received The Catalogues of 1826 journals in almost every part of
: and Ibis as>ortment-of GRAPES: consists of United States. The follow.,. is-
Fractional: Township No. 2, of 3d, 6th and 7lh, general use frequently injures -, abov.e from ?
! No. ,. Ranger I 3tL! t.T3d !.Inti IJ.I. I its appearance: so much as --almo! to / the United 'State---*' 'rt"r.rT'.nh.0.1.- -.- .....

The Township are to be ofred 'n I 6..'; ind 9; I render ;.t unfit for. the file and for binding. 250 I! KINDS, This we nnhesitatingly pronounce the
% the! finest c cheapest
t ; ove iie.t Jd, 7th The numb f -" uy this general use comprising Wine and Table Literary Journal we have ever
t I the order.-*i in. which ninjf with they....:ar I west num 3d, 7\h and anJ1.1.1 Hill, I are... ?,. untrequentlv 'lest, Amtilatcd-) Grapes of France, Germany, Italy and seen, and we confidently recommend '.
.irel destroyed, and the Crimea. as worthy of
bf"section in c." township.Ilie .3cl 1, Bth and 9th, .-I he the file tl.usbroken. public patronage. It 14 a
Casket The
j lands rrad by law,for the use 4th 5th alia ith, I tins 13 calculated to prevent Proprietor havingacquired ex specimenof..t.ry neat typography ; Cnnched -
r ( schools. or for other purposes, are tn .4th Sih md inconveiittnce, and to furniih, at a t tensive. information oiv the subject from with an interesting vane y of pro3e
be excluded from sale. 4th ,5th and Sth'J very cheap price, all the useful matter :tual enervation and experience, i is ena. .'lu1Iwt'tr)', adapted to the IPJscment.
for which the bled to make such and
t selectiens
Given under ir.yhanrf at the City of 1 All oltiers witkhrc of the wethlypaperwouIdi desirable suitable as may be of both sexes.
drawn when
i bound.-in thus giving a to any particular locality Hut the vofk being
Washington, this tenth day of January numbers ? them ad mi-e particiarf)
on ( 45 such selections
! A. D. being ,,,) permanent form, and select association to are left to him, he will designed for thc1.adics.
; 1827.John.quincy each 1 00 : the choice pieces o/'our weekly ,contri send such'ES cannot fail to succeed. cully solicit iaits bcfrif,' we WOl11J espe
Adams. Those102 tickets having two of butor,it is confidently anticipated He also offers them in smiles" ', their benignantt
that believinb''
the assortment of well! fo
fly the President, drawn numbers on them new aud succcful inducements will be one dozen: eeh.atthe following pricesor t tcrillgl'Cbar indeed worthy their *
I atul'thosetwo being the 1st and held out for the the Istasbortment :- we arc decidedly
'George-Graham eerciseotsuperior tal.| S8: the 'M 101'titinion that
Sd or the 3d and Sb would conduce to the!
4th, each O ent, and unusual care in our literary and for the 3d 34 50. 1T :-ai and '
Commiritner of -Gen. lAnd Qjfrcf. The 102 tickets having two of partinenl-in addition to the recommend de Persons: who order aruily lcllectual! interests of every
Grapes will >
Should any of the land proclaimed for the. drawn numbers on them dat.on. of newness in the general wshed with direction! for their be fur-i! journal\.. the community to posseSS a
appear. culture k this
sale at tallahatsee and those two the 5th and 6th ance-and particular The affording a cheap stock
on 15th 6f January attention to the collectons of R OSfiS of !5peral
1827, under the Proclamation or the 7th and 8th, each. t. typUlr.phial exereed. rewling well adapted from
of tlje President 20 execution it is our intention; :500 "l '
All others with' VA1UJIJ.'IESi: brevity and variety of its articles luccupy
two of
of the United States, dattd the the drawn toembelitoli each number ef the "'Cksk. "
24th of May, 1826, be, from any caunewhatever number on them (being 1632) et" with three handsome, Engravings and of GREF..JV')JOUSEo.PL.iJA"7.S. 'b i short- intervals pleasurably and profitably those
hia of
above leisure which constitutein
,not offered at public sale at the 's fithe lundsof rw:, Of the .
time aforesaid, the same will be offered at And .all tickets having one only, twguuhed urtisu of the countl '. ort.u 2,000 SPECIES. the aggregate, auch a large amount ot'
of the ) sum of'
public sale at the time and place stated in drawn nuUiers on; (being With these claims to comprising 20OOO'Potl human life.
the above>> proclamation. The sale to' Il,45)each 4- "Lttkel" will, as has bee patronage, the; all those known : ; among w lich are Washington City, Nov. 30, JKtf.

commence with the lands.heretofore proclaimed No ticket which -hall have drawn a meltion d. be afibrdedto tbose previously who sub- teresting. aJi: most beau iful and in. advance.Terms, only $2 ptr; annum payable in

aud-.will prognllintheotuelin:1"hich price Mupenyr'denomination, can -be acme for tlud paper No bkaciptiaii received fir
: .an exclusively at the Catalogues:: may le: hid less than une year, and iettelltaken
inferior low no unpaid
they were proclaimed. 'I prize. price of.52,60 pcr the diflerent grati of F
year a IUbscri1. from
: nzes .nnble forty tion which ins ; Agents throughout the U. the POM office. Address Thomas -
Geo. Graham (da'Q after the confidently nion .
believed ; ; andordera C. Claske
drawing.'an\l Phil
: subject to the usual : mud lower than-that for tbrouh delphia.
49-15t.I C.raiwone ,of fifteen per cent. licatou of a similar character any other pub,:I ltention.or by mailpotpaid) will VA -"cnpiiuns.: received. ut.this Qljice.
N absence Ci in tlu-: -- -
my M. Crupper i. authorized PRICE'OJ'TICKE..TS. cOWJtr-but to the subscribers LL -
of persons Who to
4o re.e&ve.anci pats receipts Whole Tickets .$4- battrdayKvenm Po.it" rhe "The, William Prince the Clerfcefthe art for
ot any monies due me,also' to make Halves Cwiket"willbe C. M. of the Comity Court
con- .:J 1 furnished tor )2,00. Linn aQ Society of .Puris the County ot to
Encambin requested
rsct for the hire of Quarter of the ; are
I my negroes, & ltural( make
1 L ATKL.'iSONLEXANDER., and Society of London, payment lo Air. ,r'. H4wll hunt a
Byrd (J. Willie. Yates & M'lntyrc, I'huladelphi ofthelmperialSociety 'of the t.eorgrjj who is duly aujlumsed to receive _ll f fee*
Subscriptions tq the C&rr at Florence &c:.'lite. up to this thite .
,cn.c1sIeb. 28tbU37---SI .JlL1.NdGEH8.! : : rcceiTcd OrderS received and receipt for the sum?
f'Ubi. Om bV.. hazel lIunt
Agent fqr1h .tabHslun' ; Crupper,

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