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: April 6, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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PUfLJSllRD ltctt.Y,11! public property ; for assistance tendered tin the Treasury, not otherwise appro be data tor the receiver of Tax returns : it shall be the duty of the rMM clerks- of the, t

V1. HASSLE HITOT, to public vessels in distress ; fur priated : Provided, however, That so far as the same may to him county courts, in each and every
incidental labor at Navy Yard-, not no money appropriated by this act appear satisfactory.Sec. I in this
i :OR 1No! I'nopat'foa; county Territory, to spread
1' t t1 the Cf&eAer Staten applicable to any other appropriation ; shall be paid to any person for his .*>. Be it further enacted, i upon the records of their respectivecourt 9 ,
) aik rtlory of Florida. for coal and other fuel for forges, compensation, who is in arrears to the That any person or persons who I immediately, the boundary
::. J h) tuYcar g5 foundries, steam engines, and for con- United States, until such person shall offer any property at Public lings of every district f)0 laid off t
Quarter Half year year 3 154 dIes oil, and fuel, for vessel, in commission shall have accounted for, and paid into Auction, contrary to the provisions : the aforesaid county courts, as welt by as t
5ubacriptiofabte' in advance. and in ordinary for no other the Treasury, all sums for which he of this Act shall pay on due conviction all alterations that may thereafter take r
ADVF.S rr9txAEven! advertisement i object or purpose whatever, two hundred may be liable ; Provided, also That thereof before any Court having place, and post the same at the door
I flf the wtfth: of one column and tneastxrfag and twenty thousand dollars. ndthing in this section ,shall be con-' jurisdiction of the same a fine of their( respective court houses within
cot mVr.thantxrivc liven) of thfvp"'toutinu-c,first. For contingent expenses and for strued to extend to. balances arising for each and every offence, not exceeding five days after such division or alteration
il eRic+n one ollaf.! each wetUJy thousand solely from the of Treasury dollars the is
lift cent ; longer and wider ones at objects arising in the year me deprecation one hundred; at made.
tr.e; flee same yo rate. Rule ,and figure work: eight hundred and twenty-seven, and I notes, received by such personto discretion of the Court. Sec. 5. Bt further enacted, That
touble: price. fur the first insertion. Ad- not herein before enumerated; five : be expended in the fublic service. Sec. 6. Be it further cnacctcd, the duties of the overseers of roads,
yerticetnciitswi l be tastefully displaced, I thousand dollars. I But, in all cases where the salary or : That the Auctioneer or Auctioneers* shall, in like manner, be distributed 4

according be measured<< to the by matter nature of of them this ,size and type.will For pay and subsistence of the Marine pay of any person is withheld in pur- who may be appointed, under the in the aforesaid connties, 5nd assigned

When inserted at intervals, (that is, not in- Corps, one hundred and twenty suance of this act, it stall be the dutyof provisions of this act, to reside at the to the limits of the aforesaid district,
terted( "'vr ry week, from the tint to the thousand dollars. the Accounting Officer, if demanded -. Island of Key West, or in Monroe i and the jurisdiction of auch overseers
1.nt insertion) each injs{rtion will bf charg; I For clothing for the same, twcntei \- by tbe party, his ant, or attorney, County, shall,before he or they enter shall not extend beyond, such limits
f.1 al a new udvortilopent.alwaj ; on Amounts demand for ht thousand seven hundred and to report forthwith jo the Agent of upon the duties of his office, execute except in cases where a new road is
advertising payable
ILV" Liberal contracts will be made with sjxtv-1 vc dollars. the Treasury Department; the balance bond, with security to be approved to be opened.Sec. .
hose who wish to advertise by the 'car. For fuel for the same, six thousand due ; and it shall bf the duty of the of by the Governor, in at least 6. Be further enacted, Thatno i
53 Communications directed to W. dollars. said agent, within sixty days thereafter = the sum of ten thousand dollars, warrant in any civil suit shall be
llasrl! Nita PUt Master Fcmacola, will For contingencies for the same: to order suit to be -camoupjaced i which bou4.shall be..made payable to returned, in any other district than ,
k:--finly-:- -alt. r fd to. I"", --:. fourteen thousand dollars. against such delinquent & his sureties. the Governor for the tune being and that in which' the defendant reside
Laws blithe United States. For medicines for the same, two Approved, 2nd March. 1827, his successors in office. ;, unless the defendant shall desire other !
-* th.mscmd three hundred and sixy- ]Pratic-:\'o. 16.] H. D, STONE, wise in writing. And whenever a si
-trcButNo An act for the President of the Legislative Council. .
nine dollars. naking appropriations. erection warrant is against two or more defendants .

aid completion of t'e.to.in Barracks, Passed January 19th 1827.
For barracks for the same, fortyone residing in different
Store-houses, and Hospitals, aud for GEOKGE K. TINGLE, Clerk. districts
thousand dollars. other purpose Approved January 20th 1827 the same may be returnable in eitherof
For carrying into effect ajoint resolution Be it enacted by the Senate and \VM. I'. UUVAL, said districts ; Provided, that whena

x of Congress, of May twenty-sec- House if Representatives of the U- Governor of the Territoryof Florida. I defendant resides out of the county
ond, eights-e.n hundred & twenty-six, nited States oj America in Congress An act to determine the Commissions and' in.which the warrant is served on him,
directing surveys and estimates for dry assembled, That the following sums Ta&cj on Auction Sales. I I it shall bo the duty of the constable

docks, two thousand seven hundred] be, and the same are hereby, appropriated Be it enacted by the Governor and ;serving tho warrant, to return the
and seven dollars and twentysevencents. : to wit : Legislative Council of the Territoryof same before justice of the peace f

[ 1..} I For ,the completion of barracks, Florida, That all Auctioneers within tho district in which the war- T
An set making appropriations for the support For the agency on the coast of Af stoic-houses, and hospitals, at the military acting under the provisions of an act rant shall be served.
the scar of the eighteen;navy of hundred the United and 5tat tuentyzevcn. '- for rica, and expenses of supporting in Cantonment, near St. Louis, entitled "an act provide for the appointment Sec. 7. Be it.furhcrenacted. That 1

t the nted: States, and transporting to twenty thousand dollars. of Auctioneers and define if any county in this Territory:,shall
Be it enacted I?; fiic Senate ( ;>dJJrusc the coast Africa, those persons who For the erection( of new barracks their duties," shall be authorized to not bo organized, and tho.,.si&e; laid t t
ofRtprfscutatircs; of the L'nl- have been released and subject the an.l+ hospital at Michiliimackinac, six retain, as commissions for sales at auc- o into districts, and .a suflicif 't, ttirm-' '1
iut States of America, it COJ1'I', transported by the provisions of thenet thousand dollars. tion by them made, three per cent I ber justices of the peace and,consta-
asse.rbldt/Thl1t for defraying the eighteen liundic! .1 and nineteen, For the erection of a wharf: at Fort upon the amount of sales so made ; bles, agreeable to the provisions of
\r'ms: e s of the Navy, for the year thirty-six thousand seven liundiod Wolcotl, Rhode Island, five hunched and it shall be the duty of said Auctioneers ; this act, it shall be lawful for any justice

oi.o thousand eight:; hundred and twen- and ten dollars. For am-aivrnji 'prior dollars. -to retain.from: the amount of. of 1 the peace of the adjoining
ty.sew'cn, the following sums b e, and to tli-j iirst of January eighteen For the purchase of a house and .lot said sales, the further sum of two percent county to issue any warrant at the request -
the: same ore: hereby respectively., appropriated hundred and twenty-seven: twenty of land at Eastport, 111aincV requiredfor for the use of the Territory, to of any person! applying for the
i : thousand dolars. the use of the Garrison at that be collected and assessed by the same, against the resident*"of said
For the pay and subsistence of theincers Sec. 2. And be it further warted, post, eighteen hundred dollars. : County Courts of iho respective county, and he shall have full powerto
and pay of the seamen, other 1 That the balance of the appropriation For purchase of lots adjoining :I Counties, in which such Auction- try and decide the same in the same
than those at Navy Yards, Shore Stations for the Navy Department to be cu- The rJkksT'aVSTr'AflgOstrm-; ; .: ida I l errs. -: j'lny reside.Passed manner as 3 if the parties lcd within
and in Ordinary, one million Tied to the surplus fund on the first of six hundred' dollars. January 20th :327.Approved his'district. And'iho anstabier'ab FLave -.
January 20th. 1P27.n
one hundred and tWclve thousand, January one thousand eight bundled For..completion of the barracksat full power and authority. serYD. ..
three hundred and ninety-two dollars and tventy-seven, be, and the s.\nv\: Savannah, fourteen thousand four '\ rciiton act to exempt ordistu-ss(rr-t.iin'i'l thti property Teiniory.Be ;from. ex-_ all such. process issycd -as aforesaid: ,..,

and} txventy-fu cents. are hereby rc-appropriaicd. hundred and fifty-two dollars and iii- it enacted by the Governor and and levy any execution.. issued' uponsuch" M
For the pay, subsistence, and allowances Sec. 3. And be it further reacted, ty-one cents. Council the judgment.Sec. .
Legislative of Territory
of officers, and pay ofseamnn & That the several sums hereby ap- Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, of Florida, That all actual bona fide 8. And be it further enacted.
other?, at :.ii;av) Yards! Shore Stations, propriated, shall be paid out of any That the several sums hereby appropriated housekeepers, with a family, shall That it shall be lawful for the consta-
Hospitals & in Ordinaryone: hundred money in the Treasury, not otherwise shall be paid out of any moneyin have exempt from execution or attachment ;, ble, when the justice of.the peace i in
und evrnt\-tv/o thousand nine hundred appropriated} : Providedt however the Treasury not otherwise appro- of his or her goods and chatties, his district is interested in the case, or
doll around that related to either of the parties, or refuse -
: and txvcnty four twen- no money appropriated priated. to the amount of one hundred dollars,
this shall bo Approved, l\Iarcl12ud, lB_7. I for other cause to act therein, to
tv-fivc Ct:1l13. act paid to any person, the
of of
_ wearing apparel
; who is in ---- I I return the warrant and all other process -
for his arrears -
For tit! pay\.Naval Constructors, compensation, the of such articles he I.
family as or
tMipcrintnulants, and all the civil establishments to the United States, until such LAWS OP FLORIDA.An II] any such J case, before some
she be
select to appraised by
may other justice in said district, convenient
the several Navy shall have accounted and paid
at person act to provide for the appointment of three disinterested householders, sum-
Yards! fifty-eipht;; thousand and thirty- into the Treasury all ruins for Auctioneers and define their duties. moned bjthe officer holding the pro- to the defendant: and the justice .t
or.c d(111 i Ia1 s and fifty cents. which: he may be liable : Provided, Be: it enacted by the Governor andLegi shall take recognizance thereof and
five hundred and also that ; in this section dat ire Council cess.Sec. I proceed thereon, as in other cases: to
For pr.visions, i nothing contained orilie Territory 2. And be it further enacted, I the
sruntv-nme thousand one hundred i shall he construed to extend of Florida That there shall ho appointed and same amount
all .
professional men mechanics Passed, Jan 13th, 1827.
..:u! f i'rt '-eight dollars, and fifty.foar to bal'tner* arising solely from the and commissioned by the shall han exempt from execution I ..-,_. ._- I
fCt'. I depreciation of Treasury notes, received .: Governor; and Legislative Council of or attachment, all their implements (

For rcnaiis S of vessels: : in ordinary, I by such Person to be expended this Territory i in each and every hooks an.l tools, of their tradeor -- ;_ .--. LktFrom
end for the wear and tar of \e>*'cs : in the public service ; but in ail Case ( 'ounty within this Territory, a suit- profession. This act tf) take effect the-fi'alional Journal.
in commission four hundred aitu fifty( I where' the PlY or salary of::uy person: ahlr number of fit and discreet persons from and alter the first day of Washington, March 5,
thousand} ch:Hars. I i is withheld! ;ii !iieisur.nceof this; ait, : to act as Auctioneers at all public February eighteen hundred and twen- On Saturday about 4 oVlock in
For medicines: stirsi *dl instruments it shall be the duty: of the accounting sale at Auction, except sales un- ty-seven. the afternoon, tlv Nineteenth Con-

hospital stores, riud all other nicer, if demauded by the party, his df r ai;.l by virtue of any executions at Failed, Jan. 2., 1827. trress terminated its 1 ibors, and adjourned -
of the sid fifty nt attorru' tit ; forthwith Law decree in chancery.Sec. sine die. The only busi-
-xj>rnes on account a'; : or :( v. report, common or Au act to lay utT the several counties into
# thousand doll.irs.! to the agent of tic: Treasury: 2. Be it further in acted, :\Iagi"t tut<.'s Uiirict\! ne'-'s performed in the House of H c-
f i For oitn.iucc, and ordnance stores, Department, the balance due : and itshall That {t\'l'rv Auctioneer shall, before Be it enacted by the Gocernorand pre eutativea: on Saturday was the!
t1irr\-; vc ;.housand dollars. he the duty oi' the said agent he entfrs upon the duties cf his; ofiice! Legislative Council of the Territory passage of a few private bills tho
For repairs and improvements of within sixty days thereafter: to or'ier rxpnitv bond payable the G on'r- of Florida, That the several county joint rule which requires that no bills
( Navy Yards, two hundred and thirty- suit to be commenced adjust such; nor with two or more good and suf-{: courts fu this Territory, shall at the shall he sent to the President for signature t;
one thousand seven lundrcd doling delinquent, and his sureties. ; and) seventy-two cents.For Approved 2cl March 1827: i I ilio Jt.dnof; the County Court of lay oif their respective counties into hiving been suspended >o far as to
detravins 1 ; the expens-js whichi"y JOHN: jUNCY An.\\: S. thr} County in which said Auction-or districts, not exceeding seven, ,, and allow pn all bills to be sent to him which
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accrue -during! the year one thou- [PLBI.JCNo. ]'r'.] 'ill;!)' re'sult': in sue'\h sum: as said Jhdgl'l there shall reside -in each district" at should] be passed:: before 1 o'clock of
Au act making appropr i!:i.III" fur oorlaki
f1.:'a:\ oiaht!; I.undred and twenty-seven, 1'uitinoatious of tie Lni'ru: :Slates, fur Jiiay consider necessary:: conditioned least one justice of the peace and one that day.
fj 1C {illt.! wing> purposes.! the year 1827. .Ito I ;discharge the duties of his slid: of- constable. After 12 o'clock the reports of
t Hl freight: and transportation of ''I Be it c.tacted: / the bwale and }iic: and to pay OV'r all monies due Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, three Select Committees were receh.cd -
mr oriaii and stores of every descrip- House of llcprrscnia'.ivzs: nf the United f,' the Territory arising from Auction That if any judge or justice of the the first which was oflered,
tio)1; ; \vhiirfage and dockage ; for States of Ar.icrica in (Congress I' duties or in any other manner accordng peace, constituting the several county was the report of the Committee x.
v-"r.re' and rent ; for travelling exjK'i.scs asitinllcdt: That the following sum, to the provisions of this act ; and courts within this Territory, shall refuse which was charged with the investi-
.,f cfllcers, and transportation and the same ere hereby, appropriated 1 said bout shall not be void on the or neglect to lay oft the several gation of certain accusations against
u;*sen men ; li.: house rent or cham-I to witFor Fortifications to first recovery, hut may be put in suit counties into magistrates districts, and Iczekiah[ Ilurltili{ ,:_ton, District Attorney
bi-r i .oiiey, and bur fuel and : I each, specifically, as follows : by motion in any Court having compctent alter the same according to the provisions in Co'-rnecticut. Tho report re1.'rs -
UKcis! otter tltau those attached toN I For Fort Adams, at Brcntoa's jurisdiction of the same against[ of this act, it shall be the duty the subject mid th; testimony to
Jlj' Yards and Shore Stations ; for Point, seventy thousand dollars. said Auctioneer and his securities, of any grand juror withiu this Territory the President of the United States,
C.ininisbons! clerk hire, office rent, For Fort Hamilton, at New Ut- from time to time, until the whole of having jurisdiction: of the same, the officer implicated being of a rank
mtionr.ry: tmd fuel to Navy Agents ; trecht Point, fifty five thousand dol 1 the ueiialtv thereof be collected. to indict every such judge or justice, to which, in the opinion! ol the Committee -

for prcnumns and incidental expenses lars. __SS.T.* 3.*/ .Be it further enacted, and if found guilty of .such, refusal or the process of impeachmentcannot -
oi lecruiling ; for apprehending de- J I For Fort Monroe, ninety thousand That it Mudl he the duty of the several neglect by any court having Jurisdiction t properly he extended. The
ertr.rs ; for coirpensatjv.a' to Judge : dollars. Auctioneers within this Territoryto of the same, every such judge or second report was from the Select
Advocates : fur }per diem allowance For Fort Calhoun, fifty-five thou keep an exact account of the a- justice shall 1, at the discretion of the Committee; to whom were referred
fc: persons uttondinj! :: Courts Martial sand dollars. iinwiit of property by them sold, at : courtPaY a fine not exceeding fifty the vr.rio-is memorials which relate to
and Court of Inquiry, .ind to officers I For Fort Macon, at Bogue Point, what time, and at what [place, and. dollars, to go to the County treasury the subject of the colonization,of'free
oii:'ueil in f-xtra crvjcf', beyond The : fifteen thousand dollars. for whom and together with the transcript of such county complaining, for their I blacks on the const of Afil'ea. This
liiiu! t of Haiti; taticn; for & For Fort Oak Island which was ordered bo
> :> ; priming at twenty- of their account of sales, shall county purposes.Sec. report, to
if-r M.iionary of even des"'ription ; five thousand dollars. quarterly make a return of the same, 3. Be it further enacted, That printed, is intended to be preparatory .
*i 1 :instruraents, cliror.omtitLss, thousand dollars. or Magistrate residing within this Territory districts after the;' are once laid off, and contains a full exposition of the

.11tdels, nnd. drawings ; for purchase 1 :For Fort at Chef Meatour, thirty to the Clerk of the County unless on application of at least ten views of the Colonization Society,
laid! rt'1 pairs of steam and tire rngiuosJud thousand dollars. Court; to be deposited in the office, citizons re.siding.ithiI) the limits of and a series of arguments in favor o fits
for machinery ; for purchase and For Fort Jackson, eighty thousand Provided the amount of his sales shall; such district, that is prayed to be altered obj ct. The-last report, the reading '
maintenance- oxtu: and horses, and dollars. .. exceed the sum of Fvo hundred Dol- which persons shall set up a of-which, and the discussion; to
fcr: cans, wheels& v/Oikmen's tools of For Repairs, and Contingencies, lars; if lesstlien he shall make re'turn written notice in three of the most which< it led, occupying about threoliours '
every description; for postage of lettersonpuLlic fifteen thousand dollars. of tho 'same every.six months; according public places within the'districts .to'be was un able exposition, from the
service ; for pilotage ; for Sec. 2. And be ,it further enacted, to the piovisions of this act. ,altered particularly naming tho line Committee to whom was referred ther'fublect
tabi u furniture. of vessels in commison That the several sums hereby appro.. Sec. .4. Be it further enacted, such alteration win produce. of the differences: between the ... t'
*: ; for taxes on Navy Yards and t priated ball be.paid out of any mf1f'Y That these returns'sKal! In"all ,cats Sec. 4. Be' itfiMc'r exacted: That of Georgia and tho.. United

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swift currents thin: in at Havaann, cntcd: iCth ulr. which tion! of thorn, as suitable
States; of this important subject, embracing 'I I I be-frequency: regretted that the -debates -I'are more any for the focn
ajiistoryof the proceedings, in Congress are not regulated I equal distance between tmt and Cm- says : 1nc Spanish; brig of war ion of a permanent Naval Depot

interference : the proposed Ohio and Marie has brought in. the sclir. Murk The River Mississippi ,
which have taken pl.-we'on both sides, and restricted by a salutary cifinati. .By Mobileeuisacola
and accompanied by the voluminous of the judgement in those who I 'Chesapeake canal, produte for the Time, ((1 believe of your port) taken p Bays and the River ?d

,, mass testimony on which the reas'ning participate in them. It is by no means Baltimore market would no only haveto on the coast, in possession of her p alachicola, will ever be thereat **"

and conclusions of tho} Committee unusual that a discussion becomes so I be loaded at this unfavorable part crew, 4 blackswho state that Captain l ets to the Gulf of Mexico; for ou th0-

( are founded. .Of 1 this inter- a attenuated! and ramified, that it is necessaryor I. of the river, but would have to go a I (Dayton) and mate were knocked productions of our country intersect...

I, \ fsting document, G,000 copies were I. some discriminating .mind i very considerable round Should.I overboard by the main-boom. The ed by their tributary waters. Theso

J : ordered to be printed.A j r to replace; the subject before the Housein the rail-road meet the river it Wheeling men are imprisoned in different cells, places therefore require the protec i

} !- .passing! review of some of the 1 i its original and proper form ; and i or lower down, it wil1' at some I and there appears to be but little t on of a Marineforceto secure at aU

business of the Session may not be unless this is done, the importance of seasons of the yeftr transport produce, doubt that they have murdered the times a free ingress & egress to their .

I h without interest to our reacl :s. Among the subject itself and the power of the ,to our market,wHipbuJd not getup captain and mute." The above vessel commerce-nor can that he more ef
iPutsbupj. The swm currents alluded !- cleared 23d of Dec. for fectually afforded than
p the business at thisport by
important upon I arguments by which it Is recommended selecting the
which we bad anticipated the Icgispislative are frittered and forgotten inn to may!, however, always be Pensacola.-N. Y. Gazette. most central position for the purpose

j' action Congress, were the I i the licentious away exercise of the ima passed by the smaller craft. By a reference to the Map, it will i b

Bankrupt Bill, the bill for the relief gination. however, this be an evil, The 1P. m D A <0 kA% found that Pensacola has, in this respect
principal! vessels used in the : local
of the Revo- advantages
of the surviving officers it is one of which we-have had little over all the

lution, &the modification of the Tariff, reason to complain at this session. 'Ohio, are, steam-bouts, keel-boats. other places mentioned. In another

r which was asked for by the manufacturers. A considerable. deirree of warmth, Kentucky-boats, New Orleans.boat, view of this subject, it appears to m,>

The first of these bills was discussed to violence has manifested canoes, bu-gcs, &c. The upper I an incontrovertible axiom of our
approaching! poU
for some weeks in the Senate, ( iselfin the discussion of a resolution decks of the steam-boats have a substantial ; icy, to locate our military, marine depot

I but was finally rejected by a majority oflerred( by \lr. Saunders, of coyering and are otherwise i in the South as near to a denso

\I L so decided as: to leave little hope oi North Carolina!, calling on the Secretary :- ,! accommodation protected from the of deck weather for the I population as possible-for front 1 he

I Mich a measure! beino) : adopted for passengers.! nature of our political institution
of State to inform the House of'the I The and New WB
1. some years. Tin House, in the chang which have been-made in Kentucky Orleans must ever be dependent on the Militit: :
boats have the
.f mean time employed it>elfiu the discussion appearance of floating I of the country for our .principal l
the publishers} of the Laws of the United houses and iu sup.
i of the claims of the surviving some measure resemble port, in cases of greit:
:States: and the reasons for the fish boat which is emergency.
officers & soldiers of the Revolution, sometimes FRIDAY The natural defects of that portion
each It ; APRIL 6, 1S27. of
change. was; impossible .
i in karbor. The
seen our whenat ,
.. the bill for whose relief ultimately expired that such a resolution could be discussed its lowrst river the Florida Peninsula: comprehend. _
may lie navigated by the TIIerit ed within the
sans leur.
.' under a mass of irreconciliable ) without all the bitterness } vicinity of St. Joseph*
invoking -
t & amendments. smaller: boats, but not by steamboats.It and Tampa Bays
opinions unprofitable precluded the
of party; feelings. As the propriety is most in December We hare been politely furnished with a pos-
; i The bill modifying' the rarilrRs relates navigated of made Committee ibility of either ever being a thickly ,
of the call could only be undo March copy a Report, to a of
and June
:: o wool and woollen goods, passed the ont}'y showing that a corrupt exercise months, May the in which I I the Senate of the United States some.years inhabited country-while,on the contrary -

r ,!I r l louse of Representatives, but was of the discretionary vested in vater generally rises. i since, ban Officer ofthe 'avnow' Pensacola, with its own Territory
not finally acted on in the Senate. greatest depressions are mostly in I lay it before our readers, and recommendto on the East uow rapidly increasing
f. the Secretary could be established ; them au attentive of it it
August, September and October andlor I perusal ; as
: j The bill the in has
to regulate commer- population the
; it all the gireswe think view powerful
was necessary to produce weeks correct of the adran.
in the
some winter the
; t :: ial intercourse between the United direct which tajes of the Harbor of Pcusa ola, and its States of Alabama, Mississippi and
proof, or presumptive, .
!i States and the Colonies of Great navigation upwards suspended by account of St Joseph's Bay agrees precisely Louisiana on the North andV'est tall
t act could ,
or imagination supply.
: Britain after floating ice. with the result of the recent survey of of which it is
r: undergoing some muta- or can be united
The defenders of the resolution were' This that Mesfti. ,
river Bay Ferris
contains of by and Richardson
upwards one
I ;ions in the Senate, was adopted inS by [internal water
tlv communication
not sparing in their efforts to establish hundred Islands which add of the U. S. Nary. ,
greatly to
the House of
Representatives as a rendering her situation secure from
the charge.rIlhy displayed no its REPORT
beautiful Bleuncrhas- :
j ubstitute for the bill originally reported appearance. host attack and thus
i extraordinary delicacy in the selection -' set's Inland, forms one the number.It On the Harbor of Ptnsacola, suitable fora any gives to our
Committee of Commerce -
,. : : by the of the language, which was best adapted -' is now permanent Xaial Establishment, in the country forever the mara tiine ascen

, tI in that branch, with an ;amendment to produce the effect they desired marks a neglected spot and retains Gulff Mexico. By Casts JJLMKS RAM dency in the Gulf of Mexico, as necessary .
no of its former
The Senate however splendour. &(.E, of the U. S. Nary.
or two. exhibited no unusual f forbearance ( to the United States, as their
; they The fogs( !:! that rise the river The
; on the
with a tenacity somewhat unusual in its application. On the have induced necessity protecting ext Union is to their political existence.

r came to a determination to retain its the strangers to suppose r tensive commerce ofthe United States, PENSACOLA is decidedly the bP.it
other hand the of resolution :;
\ { own provisions., and the Bill, after an I and ,more opposers especially some of unhealthy.' They arc, however, l byno ahHl'ged.ith the wealth of an important Harbour in the Gulf of Mexico. It

I, unsuccessful conference between the personal friends of the Secretary moans uncongenial to health. portion of our country, which is truly the Key of that important

I: ,. Committees of both Houses, was lost. of State vindicated his character and L Aqueous vapour can never injure the: passes through the Gulf of Mexico, navigation-it can easily be defended,

j : f i: Jn referring this important subject conduct with eat force of language lungs except when the water is colder has long been so evident all, as to and can furnish all the supplies required -

1 I r to Congress ; in calling in the aid of f gi than: the atmosphere, and thes4fogs i require but little illustration. The either to build aNa.
and feelinir.. The war of words, the f or equip
t I f legislation to eflect that which diplomatic conflict of epithets, ran high, and was circumstances.occur only under the opposite only question appears to. be with regard vy,-:and, when we consider the importance -
had failed A gentleman who to the most for
to accomplish I eligibl position
f't i agency only terminated bv the constitutional of our commerce in this
", I I t. t the Executive faithfully and discreetly dissolution of Congress- before descended this river some years ago- that( purpose, and on this subject the quarter, or the weak state of this
; I t f*: I i performed his duty, shaping his course decision was made. any irom several experiments which he opinions have been so various, that I Southern section of our country and

': \ !: according to the spirit of our institutions. made with an accurate thermometer, enter upon it with great diffidence and the that in [
That dissolution has taken great probability .1-
now any
i r: 'I I I Failing in his object, it is i now found that in the night; the temperature f fully impressed with a sense of its with. Maratime
tnre thi
and the of the war *
place Representatives
left for him to act upon the high: responsibility of the air frequently f fell from' 10 high imporancc to die future iuteiests Gulf will be the theatre of
people have returned into the bosom conost ;
i 'C of his station. To him alone to 25 decrees: below the water, and, of my country.In .
f of the nation, to receive from their when every principle of policy would dictate -
r: the must look for the this was the case, the the selection of all
country vapour Military -
positions the
constituents the meed of praise or of adoption of such measures a>
I <.*: I ,: protection of its dignity and its pros censure, which they deserve. rose, increasing with the disproportion either for defence or otherwise we have at our disposato! meet suchc-
r If evil should the may of temperature between the two two
perity. considerations
ensue, nat important 1 are
To the tribunal of vents as rationally be anticipated.
ligitimate may
public opinion -
1 tion will not fail to trace it, in part, refer them for their fluids, and by the time the air was to be united, namely, situation and .

f to the want of that legislative energy we recom-, heated to the same -degree ,as the wa- security. We have within our Terri- The discovery that the U. S. Engineer!
be it what it hive:
: i : and wisdom, which the Executive pence, : may.V< ter, which seldom exceeded eight or torialpossessions in the GulfofMexi- have been entirely in an error in reference
t endeavoured, honestly and to the best nine! o'clock the would .dis : the to the depth of water on the Bur of .St.Joseph's .
I I has a right, and is hound to call to fog wholly co, following harbors, capable of]
of furnish the nation will
our ability, to Bay, destroy all confidence in
. : his aid in difficult appear. receiving vessels of Pensacola
every emergency.If I war, ,
with the materials for its any report theyo may make: in regard to thr
d I } under the blessing of Providence, judgment. The importance of tliis channel St. Joseph's.Cay, Del Espirituo Santoor Canal -A* pwonaKthis' youthful band 0'Engint.'crs

J ? our honor and our interests as a nation -oIAlel.-.-.-!.r-L--\ of trade is yearly increasing. 'Steam Tampa Bay. and the Tortu
4 : shall be preserved from injury, from the Baltimore -Ant.rimnJ: boats) : arc building in every part of it, f -Taking them in the order in dopted the lose opinions floating in the ciiclcs -

<. ihe people will equally well understand TinOHIO RIVER. towns upon its banks arc rapidly rising \vhich they arc named, I shall endeavor of our opinions citizens,of and the gave practicability inadvancc unfavorable of-

to whose and firmness rTvom the notes ofa Baltunorcantax rriu undiT its enriching influence and
i prudence to point out the advantages and the work, not much was anticipated froKi!
such a happy result must be at- i / lately r41urn/fromt1e West. new products of art and nature are disadvantages of e ich} ; drawing.such their labors.-Our Delegate perceiving this

tributed. I The first.vi \v which I had of the yearly transported upon its bosom. conclusions, as the facts exhibited applied to the Secretary of War, for a n-w

I Tije-variousappropriation bills! necessary Ohio Riser, was-from the./lofty hill The preference given to the I Eastern i I respecting all, may seem to warrant will detail be, &sent.we are We assured: that Genl.small Bernard
extract of
.4 ,for the suppcrt of the Government which o'rlookgheeling: on the markets, which i is manifest even now TILE HARBOUR OF PENSACOLA, the speech of Mr. Ri'vesin Congress a ,part on this

in its \arious branches: East. The prospect from here is ofa under the present untoward -circumstances situated in the.Territory est Flo- subject, in which our Tallahassee friends

I were passed without being materially very imposing nature :-the majestic '- as regards the menus of transportation rida, las a good channel and a sufficient will !see that not only the friends of the administration

, :: l. changed in any ot their important river winding its course to the will doubtless be still, more depth of water, both on the Bar think andspeak well of our
Delegate, but also
'J t provisions:: except as relates to the richest country in the world, the bold} m f favor of the Eastern trade when the and in the Bay for vessels drawing not 1'iigaged in the opposition.those WIO We are have warmly already !-

t striking out the appropriation for. it and romantic scenery, which catchesthe I contemplated: rail-road is compleied. more than twenty-one feet. The an- published the eulogia ofGon. Clit:-

11AtI Naval Academy, which was in.sertcr I eye in every direction, with the And in tlr-it event there can scarcely churago is every where excellent and ton and Mitcholl, of New York, of Noa: !:,

in the Senate bill, and stricken! out in gay and bu.-y village; below, altogether be a doubt! that owing! to the enormous sufficient; for the largest Navy.:: ?It can : the Georgia, South Carolina and Alabami
. _;;Jr the House. A bill was passed on form a most delightful picture.) But charges and commissions at be easily defended, at a small expence, I the friends, who of ar'the by administration no means ranked, and v'a?

the last night of the session increasing there is a moral pleasure arising from t'\r leansyis well as the unhealthi- against the entrance of any force. think the Editor of the Advocate w1 i.I:!

1w the salary of the, Post Master the first view of the Ohio, entirely nis.s: of the place, some states not very The position is extremely healthyand find on a very slight examination that ,':ecommentlati"on

T General to $6000. Tims placing? independent( of the sensations pro"duced remote from that mart, will give a froKi its geographical situation !'of our Delegate are confined

I I him oa the same scale salary. with by the} picturesque. The highest decidetl preference to the Eastern combined with oilier causes to no party: but are universal. Doe ttherftre
capable follow
that he is for or agaitu",
1111 S the different Sec.vtaries. The !hill pleasures of the sentimental sublime market.; It i is: a fact well known, that of iiirnishiu? all the materials either i ho! administration, because both pnrtiVpcak >

ij went through without opposition, (>x-' ; are excited) in the mind, when of hue years cotton from Teunesseo lor building or ejui.pig: yossels of I >: highly of him' We think it rather

11 (,'('pt that one or two members expressed it tanti.-a.-'ts te! present and passed:; and North Alabama bus been broughtin war. .I proves his ability to serve us more successfully -

their fears lest some conditions of this noble river and the than any other man we can select.
t unworthy large quantities to Ohio, thence ST. Josr.pit'sB.y, to the Eastward But if it is deemed

successor ..of'thit' present Postmaster carrying itself into the vistas of futurity boated up to Pittsburg: and conveyed of Pensacola] is very extensive Tallahassee they impr1antbyourfrindof can be furnished with?

1 General should enjoy the benefit .sees in imagination the immense thence to Eastern markets and
by a wagon a/Turd! .secure; anchorage to vessels some very unequivocal evidrnces! of General
of the provision.Vre think population} yet unborn, whose energies route. drawing not more than 17 feet. it is Jackson's approbation and esteem for

. I 9 there i is little f fear of this continiren- will .receive impetus horn this Let Baltimore persevere in her formed by a hiw narrow neck of sand, Ci)1. White.;

f : cy. The efficiency with .winch the great channel of trade. present efforts, and front her peculiar extending in Extract.
a direction
: I northerly from "
,. ll t) I present incumbant has administered This river which} is dne tundred situation ai. regards the Vest she Cape Si. Bias What ha? been the< course pursued
, 'j I I ... \ thearduous duties of that office will, and eight) miles in Ifiigth, is formed will engross to herself the trade of i: the distance from to which Joseph's to the Point, in relation to the Florida Canal; ?

V 4 of itself, prevent) the situation from by the! confluence uf' the Alleg-auy i perhaps one of the most extensive part of! the main land is morethan nearest three We must all recollect the general acquiescence -

}t k. being hereafter held by any incompe- Hud JMonongahela rivers at Pittsburgh districts of rich and proshicJive land lI1ill s. 'Hence arises a I if not enthusiasm: with:

fc tant officer. The contrast would bet its general direction from there to in the known world. The resources in effectually defending great the difficulty which the sum of twenty thousand
( too: obvious to escape public vigilance, i its mouth, at a point in the Mississippi ofihu West are but partially devel to this Cay, the dollars was appropriated, during our
country immediately
'jj, ;nd too injurious escape public is south wcsr, though} it is so circuitous oped.Let a communication to the in the vicinity of which will for I la.t"sl"osicm::: for. examining and surveying -
not '
{ i ho} sire ufthis I I natOIlalVOr.I :.
, truly
A bill r
its that the East be
passed, au- course, distance : opened and a sthnulous will years hence'furnish Vie necessaries: otlife.
!. thorizmji extra clerks in some of the over land in line does be In the wry midst of a most intvretirg -
v a straight not given to many departments of enterprise .I t is a barren, sandy: soil, without -
.j _;:. "public! offices. This law was abso- much exceed six hundred ciilcs. and industry which now any appearance vegetation discussion;; on a subject of the..

: Jutely necessary ; as it is well known Its breadth is from four hundred to slumber for want ofhnpul) e. the lofty which save greatest; ; moment, the usual pro rc'; ;
pine its
I.f j ihat much of the putlic business hns fourteen hundred yards ; its average! : -... surface.DHL. covers entire of business!! was impended, for tlitf

:: been for seine) performed breadth t I inrio.-e; of taI.irgup and ivissimr.! the-!
years by being perhaps eight.lumdn.cll lIlhUl1.1/ March 8.-The Senate has Kst'iRvrro SANTO ot T
t individuals, who are compelled to rely yur<1s. The witer is remarkable limits }hfen engaged for four days; in discussing BAY, situated to the south of St..OtP.\Jo. bill linking; the n appropriation. Tins
1 the funds was; dono at; the instance of the -
' on contingent ofthe dif-- gentleman
; dirystal the Greek bill
appearance, -ha.jugfor HuilOrizing1000 seph's, is a safe and extensive harbour
: f'Tcnt Departments, for the inadequate the most part a deep limestonebed bairels of flour to be given to that for vessels drawing not than who so nhly.1nd faithfully: rr-
I tlio interests of th Territory
compensation they receive. underneath, and its coursein sinTrring and injured people. The i feet. Two Islands 1 pn-sents : it
The lvivg at its mouth I I awl who stltel! h's to !b".
present -bill will only apply a general i is peculiarly smooth and debate l bas; been very able and animated form two channd .of ; : object
; partial remedy to the evil. The increase entrance ; all of by piocuriirr: an early a .c ortl} ';
t, majestic.: Its Current when the chaiinel ; and has elicited much tllit.SIr. : which could piss ,
easily be defended. The .
: of clerks must be in is of I law, to onahle; the Government t )
proportion mean height, is about three Golden of your city, yesterday
'i to the increase! of public! business miles an Iwur ; and when at its lowestabout made a very eloquent and powerful I IappC'ul surrounding country is believed capable :send iP Ln rill er;) there before! e

; and there can be no equitable miles. affording many supplies necessary ooinrm-nromrMii of the warm sooson( ,
'. two There is, perhaps, in favor of die bill, which did for naval!
rl'aSOnithy the services rendered no better river for inland navigation equal( honor to his heart, and credit\ distance to which purposes the but the great when the climate would present nriny

I to the natiou should be moro meanly in the United States.-Steaio-boats, to his immediate constituents.'. The from shoal water extends obstacles to the prosecution of th 'sr

renumeratcd than those, ,which and the coast, and the narrow labors, and in order tint their fCl'o.tmight
are even keel-boats; navigate the Ohio bill is opposed on variou rouncls.but and intricate channel

: render to individuals. upwards with as much case as the principal objection is that it i is : Bay render this Harbour leading to Taci- be laid- before .Congress at_ tlwfoegining ,
t. pa at all of Ti''J
It is not to be downwards the session.
that the present
expected at
most of the year. The unconstitutional ; and if carried into times .
hart session of Congress marry important difference( between descending and effect( will .violate our d'mgerous difficult to be entered ,law was accordingly passed, with th!->
1 be I neutrality. by vessel of a large draft of view, at an early period ofthe session.:
measures can matured and ascending freight is I
never more than fear the bill will be lost ; but if it water.
:: .The various and It appears, I however, from the annual
idopted. oonflio i one-eighth and
generally throughout should be Golden, Spencer .
Living the .
respect of tho thtU
i lug interests of this extensive Union the is al. report Engineer,
; year c.q The most considerable ston, Hart Jordan and others
associated I be<* leave to refer for all the officers
) viII always induce warm and pro- falls arc Louisville but the with them will receive the : wore tleIntch u-pontlii*
I ,
reward 1 ,
possess respecting them, service till tlu, mouth of Juno and
racted discussions. The ,
of canal round the
genius rapids there is in rapid due to their exertions in behalf to the ynclosed made
to their !
examination- it is ,
>ur Institutions, and the habits of & will : presir.n0'
our progress, soon obviate the difficulty. of that suffering and dcgajtied people. Rodgcrs.
hive: not been 0 lh'r;
.legislative bodies;encourage this ten- .-Those rapids arc scarcely visible -' Ch. Courier. yet completed.
Having now stated the I
.en and to check when.the. opinions .complaillt*,.whIch his not neceA; ry
y ; is
every attempt water1 up and such. : entertain of the different .maritime
: ? to the occasion,
he practice will be odious and unsuc'c seasons do not obstruct Erom Havana.We have : upon present
navigation. ,. received positions we hold, in the Gulf of Mexico have been made ofthe neglect ot this
-u1. At the same time, it is tot From Wheeling there letter from '
a o' our correspondent i j ;I shall proceed to the. considera object j by the Guverument. lluro

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h.ivr object"of an unpqm- j votes srfll be given by ballet i>l1 the tiuip
then, wr nn i is to introduce the question to the and Hides, by Vanbatin and Le : Stm'J. 0.
and Ridgely John
place Thomas
holding the election, and the Read
intional character singled out, ,
vocal Commons Lord
polls shall be opened at eight o'clock in the and Liverpool in time Baron. I Joseph Riera, James Roach. Josiah C.

from all others, for its peculiar and morning, and closed at six o'clock in the House Lords. April 2.-Schr. Lady of the Lake, I Richards, Tho'a. liaaton, Victor M Randolph -

paramount, importance, of which Congress -('veniugwhcn the votes: shall be openly The London Morning Chronicle Benoist Mobile, ballast. I Joseph S. Ruby. Andrew BoiJ,

have manifested their sense byli I counted and declared by the jud t'a. says._" It is rumoured that there 3rd.-Schr. St. Antonio Roche Robert Rilthie.S.Vm.'Sebreeluac.
of Sec. 5.Re further enacted, That wht'reI Smith, Claiborne
.special appropriation! twenty- I have been between Orleans
brickerings Sew
f two or more ballots are put in the box' some ballast. Steele 3, George Satters, Rosatxaah
tliou, :>and dollars for its examination folded as one ballot they shall not be, of the Magnates of the land and their Sloop Superior, Rich, New Or- Stokes, Bird G. Small N. G. C. Slaughter N

..mil( .\"I't it has been postponed, in the (; counted and when any ballot contains the deputius in the Cabinet, on the subject I eans, Sundries by N. H. Allen and Jan** Slater, James Setters Francis

rperations! of the Government, to i name of more than one candidate, the ballot of the duty to be imposed p! imported the Master. Stone George Stiles, Lieut. Setright

mere iicigborhood projects. How is not containing be counted. such names, likewise shall corn. The duty ".hich'iI n- Schr. Cello, Hitchcock, New Commander Joel Seymour-William Shark, James Smith.F. Scbenk 3,

fh} :< neglect to be accounted furl Is I Ij. Sec. 6. Be further enacted, That it shall isters proposed was fifteen shillings, York-Cargs 102 bales cotton by T.-John Tobin,Abram Thomas, Jmlia

i i-because Florida happens to be a be the duty of the clerk, undcrthe direction the first. year, with diminution of one N. H. Allen, 72 do. by Asaph, Thorn, Hebscah Townly, Maj. Tviggv,

Tirritoty, whose inhabitants arc not i of the judges to provide a poll book, in shilling each year till ten shillings. at Stone 5000 staves and 130 hides bythe Henry Tooley jr. 2, James Tluyer, Hobbrt -
even Counted in the rank and file of. which the names of all the voters shall be which it should stop. On the other Master. L. Thorn 3.

presidential i voters, and whose rcprc.tzitati' t the registerrd, as whose they hand in their ballots to hand, a great Northern proprietor *6f SAILED. V -David Vesterry 3, Aaron V annte.
judges, duty it shall be to receive
:. ', on this lloor I has no voice i j them, and to declare, in an audible voice to Boroughs insisted on twenty-five shillings March 30th.-Sclir. Hope Rielly W.-Jaraes WilliamsEduard Wolfe. Elijah Ward, William -
Worthington 1.
ju any question, afiectine the interests ; the clerk, the name of the voter. after ; and distinctly stated, that any I New Orleans. : Wilkinson William Whittle S. ,
Administration." which, if his vote be la" ful. it shall be deposited -
of the fix lower should
to a duty be
in a ballot box. to be prepared by attempt II AprilU.. S. Transport Schr. Y.-Jeremiah Yancey.
-4-- frustrated in the House of Lords. .
Adx-ocate the the judges of the election. It hall also be : Florida, Baker, New Orleans with

r.-ption The Florida of an article over announce the signature re-of I the duty of the clerk to register the names Several Ministers, on this, threatened : part ot the 1st Regt. Infantry.Tot being Letters not forwarded, the postage eoi

rhocianwhich the Iditorcxdudt.'d because I of the different candidates in said poll book, resignation. A compromise at length l paid.MarrisM
Durby Ireland Thomas
tt was! of a personal nature in reference to under afler the each ballots candidate's are counted, to the set number down took place ; and 17 s. 6d. it is said, is \t1t Low England, Merenti, Lain, L Alexis Tarrar son
: name,
I'ol. White, and the Editor avows his determination the fixed with reduction frcre
; lend the !''of I votes he has recf'i,cd, afjer which it shall I sum on, a every House and Lot situated ,
not to press to ca- I THE
lumuny and detraction." We are gratified :be the duty of the judges and clerk to sign year till 12*. 6d. the Public Square, the W. Hascll Hunt

t.i eethat! sc lie improvement is making in said poll book and deposit the came in the Letters received at Madrid on the proper of the late Col. Wm. Post Master.

the manner of conducting political contcttsi I: ollice of the clerk of the county, within 22d January from Cadiz, state that iing-for terms a:)ply to Post Office nsaeola 5l

i i this Tvrri'ory. It argues; veil for 'uiruprc I tWf'ntydctys after said election. the French are about to evacuate tf. H. Nisbet .'t April 1827-5-3t. J
Sec. 7. Be it enacted That the
'; ;*. m nt III torr-uson! nud luuiais.Hot further Persons calling for anyoflhe above
I following; shall be theform of the poll book. that place, and that the national guard Pensaola 5th April .1827.5tf.A letters
vlnlst ( ut."b1 ? fuendsab-
: re ( will
please state that
: First, the nnme of the county and of the has aireadly recivcd orders to hold they are adver-
.!t:: 1JCt l l.o:" e\rrv idlcrtion injurious tot T an. election held in this Ciiy Moo- tised.
--e cliaractcrcr! oircusive to the feelings oft i poll shall be wtitten at the head of the themsnlves' in readiness to perform a day last pursuant Public ou Notice

I" (Ipponents, the contest has been carried book, day S'ccond of the the month, and of date the of the part of the duty there. for Mayor and Aldcrmsn, the following i MAIL ARRANGBMEN T.
mi a ..lillbt him with a fierceness antI ACC imon" i- i year. names voter gentlemen were declared elected.
The French law the had I
added to denunciations. uitiioutHrrcceilent. Third, the namr of the different candidates. on press, I JMTX JBKRHO.V Sen'r. MAYOR. Northern Mail,
Fourth the) number of votes each been modified by the :
Fiction. Jiiitreprest'ilatioii, and BOARD OF ALDERMEN. DUE every Wednesday and Sunday at
fufpicidti have all been reported to, according ha J"t.f'h'cd.Sec. Committee of the Chamber of Deputies :I Benj. D. \VrightYiJliam Sebir 4o'clockp.M. ,

: to the: taste and gcuiui of his adversaries. 8. Be it further enacted, That, within to which it was submitted-modifications I Sam*!. Patterson, Adam Gordon,, Departs every Saturday and Tuesday
tni days after the election, the judges of I John de la Rua at8o'clockA.
which it of muchof Henry Michellet M.Florida.
stripped ,
Hut the and the same shall enclose and seal up, undercover N. H.
we congratulate Territory D. C. Pidkham I Mail
its odious character and which ,
of three envelopes, the certified return ,
the! friends of Co!. White that there is a I Joseph Noriega.
prospect of a fairer and milder canvnss at I of said election, and deliver the same to the the House.was expected to adopt. John Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock A. M-
the approaching election. Let the people : sheriff of the county, whose duly it shall The loss sustained by the Dutch Jerrison, Departs same day aT2 o'clock P. M. t

uninfluenced of designing by the arts men and, dispassitmatehchoose misirpusent I the be to Tcnituiy turward, by the tho I sume first to mail the Governor theieafter.Sec. .of expedition in the late gales, is saidto Pensacola, 3d Apri1182'75.3t.COUNTY Mayor.. 'v. Uasell Hunt, tt I

9. Be it futthir enacted, That the amount to two millions of florins Pod Matter.
whom they will have to serve them, 'Pen cola 8th April 1827.
foll.iwiui!! fie the tuna of the certificates, that 200,000.
and none need fear for the result. ; ( ) COURT -
th.ill accompany the transcript from the It is stated that the Earl of West NAVI COMMISSIONERS' OFFICK, 7
I poll bouk, w hiui shull make the rctui u com Escambia County. ,
Signs of Public Opinion. moreland and Mr. Robinson are a- 12th March, 1827. 5
The is from I plete.We AT CHAMBERS, Friday 23rd :March 127.PresentT1wTliu Live Oak frame and promiicuous Timber
& following extract acitr I the! ubscriberjudges of the election bout to retire Iron the Cabinet
TWITCHELL, Judge. for Ships of the Line, Frigates and
of onof the most respectable for a Delegate to held at has been issued
I Congress A prosecution by : Ordered, That Tolls shall be opened at Sloopt nf H'ar.fllllE .
f ntle in East Florida. : in the county of do hereby the Crown against Mr. Shiel, for the the following places, for the purpose of Commissioners of tlie Navy will
certify$ that at the sfiid election held at the
1 will inform you how things stand in treasonable aud seditious tendency I receiving votes for a Delegate to represent J. receive proposals until the 31st dayof
aforementioned A. B. and C.
t ii%! District; -Of Monroe County whereprobably place. wre.. the people of Florida in the 20lh July next. for furnishing Live Oak
the delivered by him in
caudidates. and that there were given for 1 ot Speech,
not more than 10 or 12 votes willbefaktii : Congress at the election to be held Timber cut to moulds which
( will
on they
A. B. the number nt" votes, and I Dublin the of in-
I I k on subject I
say nothing, for nonothing. : the furnish) for ships of the line, frigates and
C. the number votes,
in Mti'tviito County Coi. White will not vasion. First Monday of May next viz : sloops ofwar, and the proportion of
: Signed D. C. : pro-
} >,'!'('U '" e.-In SrJohns he will have four
II. ::3.Test. At the Court House in the City of Pen miscuous Live jDak, cut to dimensions,
: rfth .-In Diual County, \\here.Col. GadsHand i > ,,.
., hitfilends hare calculated .!. R. Clerk. 'iGjm''t 4. (n sacola.At that may be required, say 000 cubical I

'i-'arly auuamimms vote, I havc no doubt on Sec. 10. And be further enacted, That .- -- R. L. Cotton's, on the Escambia.At feet for each ship ofthe line,3000 for each

T> "-hal! haven haad ome nnjority ; if weCT the first, gocond, third, touith, fifth and 1 I Selected for the Pensa cola Gazette. the Stone Quarry, on Black Water.At frigate, and 1000 for each sloop. The
nut Twill ne\er again calculate on the sixth sections of "an act entitled an act to Shake spear's pun upon ft is wife's name the Barrancas. timber must be cut from trees grown in

K-nit of an t.lutiun.-In Nassau County provide for the election of a Delegate to II ANN lLfTHA WAT. ..Indit further ordered, That the persons situations not more than 25 miles from the

?me say we shall not 1<>n-r a vn'u.-This I Congress, approved July 3d 1823,;" and Would be feathered thrwig. hereinafter named, shall be, and they sea, deliverable at the following building
cannot be, bit Col. W I.1"- f. i"lcmav\ "aa act entitled an act to amend an act providing With love's ye taught awed ye notes to are hereby, appointed Judges of said Elec. yards viz: Portsmouth N. H., Boston,
grace your
for the election of a Delegate to ] tion viz New-York, Philadelphia, Washington and
fairly!. calrnlaieon fi nr fj'.Vt:.* !'.ind every vote. Iu Ai.. :tnia there may ; CongiekS, passed December 2Uth jb-,!" I To pierce song the, heart with (hulling lay.- In Pcniacola, SILVKSTKX BILL, HKVBTWlLSOif Norfolk, during the year 1828, 1829 and

l C* small majority for Col. Gadsdcn-it I be and the same are hereby repealed. Listen to mine Ann Hathaway. VYllLlAM SSBRES.Jit 18JO,1I&Y on or before the 1st November

'! :tlma.JliUuut .. : 'as-l'J 'Jan. 14th, ]3' 7. H. D. :STONE She hath a way to sing so clear. R. L. Cotton's, DAVID WILIJAMS, of each year.Persons .
R. L. COTTON Joan GAIXII.vff dflerlng will be pleased to
Phctbus to hear- ,
: might, wondering stop
President(:f the Lf Ril1atiCouncil.
Public! Meeting, GE). E.TINGLE C'k.AqpzocdJan.. To melt the sad,make blithe the gay, ihe Stone QIarry..JLIoUM. BAR- state particularly their terms per cubical
\ta Meeting of the Citizens of Pcnsaro- 30th, 1227.: And nature charm,-Ann hath a nay, HETT, ANDREW I*. SIXPSOM, PATBICKJit foot, for any one of the frames with the

i... neld. in pursuance of public notice pi\'en. W.M.I'. DUVAL, She hath away, FR1L. proportion of promiscuous timber required
At the Court ijouce; on Monday eveningthe (;.Jv'rnor of the Territory of Floiida.; Ann hath a way, Harrancat, JEBXXIAH 1tORA42 ; also, 'should they be disposed to offer

Snd April 1827, SiLvtsTtn BILL E" Billed to the Chair and W. Hascll Hunt GEORGE. BARKI.F.V Esq., hn been r..- true copy from the Record. for three frames collectively, (one-of each

j>rn<)ined Secretary. pointed Tieasuier of the City of Pensacula. I When envy's breath and rancor's tooth }1. Crupper Clerk. class, that is, a f4,a 44, and a sloop,) with

The following resolutions, were offered I Do soil and bite fair woith and truth, the promiscuous timber, designating in

a:"! adopted. -COMMUNICATIONS. And merit to distress betray, By John Jerrisou, D. CPk. all cases their prices for the frame of s

Rttoll'e.tl, the Citizens of Pensacola, --- -. - To soothe the heart Ann hath a wny, -- .---- ship of the line, of a frigate, of m sloo:,.

tt H slight testimony {their respect for the For the Ptnsacola Gaiette. She hath a way, to chase despair, LIST OF LETTERSEMAINING : and for promiscuou* timber. The offers

teal and eminent services of the lion. J. MR. EDITOR*.-Several Gentlemen To heal all grief, and cure nil care- in the Post Of- can be made deliverable a* anyone, or

!\ White Delegate for the Territory of in this vicinity! ; would be Turn foulest night to fairest day, R cither, or all eft he yards above mention.ed .
Florida "ill invite him to prrtakcof a pub gratified to know of the Editor of Thou knowest, fond heart, Ann hath away, fice at Pensacola, on the 31st ; but the terms per cubical foot deliverable '
lic Dinner, at :Mr. CollinV, Hotel. She hath a way, day March 1827 ; which if not taken at each, (if a difference be made

Kcsolrtd That a committee of eight be the Florida Advocate, what member Ann hath a way, out within three months from this by the bidder,) must be distinctly stated. -

Appointed to address him a letter of"invitation of Congress?j declared that Col.! To make grief bliss, Ann hath a way. day, will be sent to the General Post It is to be understood, that the Commissioners .

and make suitable anangements for White was; a devoted friend of the ad will select such offe ra. and assign
the dinner. s1ratioIJ.Vhat authority lie had Talk not of gems of orient list, Office as dead letters. to each bidder such portion of the timber
Whereupon Silvester Bill, Jn. de la Rna, mu The Diamondtopat A.-John Adair, Nathaniel Adams, less than
required, (not one entire frame.)
Panil i'inkham.: Daniel E. Burth, Win. for declarine CoL V\r. "a warm advo- The emeral mild, the ruby gay-- Thomas Arnott, James T. Anderson, A. and designate such yards for the delivery _

;I'tb'fc. and Hy Wil on M. Crupper and cate of Mr. Clay"? Talk of iny gem, Ann Hathaway. P. AftquithS, Peter Alba 2Yi11 am H. as they may jndge expedient the pub. _

,. Ii. Ai'cii: l>qr9."cre !e\t rally nomi- When and where was such evidcnco She hath a way with hw bright eye Alexander. lic interest ; and further, that no

1: iJfd and appointed of said committee. eiven Their various lustre to defy, B.-H. M. F.nickenridge 5, Hilary will al any time, underaay circumstance's money .

Ad the iiJ'-'etmg adjourned.] What; word ho refer to The jewel she, and the foil they, RigK1/m. Bradley, E. Backus, \V m. J. be advanced, and that none: will l be paid .. '
cr can
Silvester Bill, So sweet tolook, Aim hath away, B rrclt, Charles P. Dyer, John S. D. until an actual delivery of timber that "
Chairman. as a justification of tb? chir I <-? She hath a way, I Byrom. James Blair, Robert W. Bate- bond, with two or more sufficient sureties; .

'\v. ;iIa5!: Hunt, Does he find 1 it ill Cot) White's Ann hath a way, man, Jessee Bryan, Joaquin Barela, Daniel for the faithfhful discharge of any con -

: 5ecrCar.:, circular! (ji f IS'-M, 01 in his: course in To shame bright gems Ann hath a' way. Bordman, Samuel Hill'. tract, will be required; that the amount;

tlif first Council? C.-T. S. Cunningham 6, Theophile of such bond will be one third the estimated -
i Rut were it to my fancy given, Cave Her, Sancho Clark or Aaron Mitchel,
We republi ti! # amount cf the
nn\v following contract
} Lit predirati-d' on the fart; of an To rate her charms, I'd call them heaven, Fran'co Castillo, James Campbell, Richard -
additional and
nv in coiiM-qm-na' of an error in several! make I Fur tho' a mortal made of clay, as Collateral security '
a'tcrnm! .vfTir-1. ar.. to anA \\ Colccck, Jeren.iah Clark, Edward of the
:iie copy from vhichve publishedit impros, on in tbs '1 eft itory that Angels rmist love Ann Hathaway, Campbell, Alexander! S. Cambell, \. ten will per&,centum reserved and avails withheld of each until car
Hi ho !second ult.A Mr. ( 01.V.. She hath a way so to control- Claxton 2, Joseph Cassin 2, John Cromwell shall 'be
Clay, WlS: unfriendly to To the soul the contract fully complied withto
-i art. Iii 311.llld aii' art, entitled ".in act to rapture imprisoned 2, John Uetlman Coxe, CapU Mc- satisfaction ..
for the i the tatter the the Commissioners
ofinjuiiwr' heaven earth
pruui'.e lor the ilrt-tiuiiol'a Delegate. to Con- purpose I And.sweetest on display, Call 2. ;
,.' r{' ." The Editor ,uiil ,lo well to refer I That to be beaten AnD huth a 'Hi)". and that in all deliveries of timber, a due
I Richard 2
D Derby, Capt Derby ,
lit the Gorcrnr/r and I She hath proportion of the most difficult parts oftbe
i tnactedby LcgisCouncil ,
the circular of S24 and away
1 to
to :
I Richard Dailey 2, James B. Downs, Wm.R. .
'frames shall be delivered
It.tirt of the Territory of Florida, Ann hath away, otherwise, it
'lr.at quire on who :e motion. Jackson Dewct, Rebecca UowniniVm.. Doherty shall be the of the
the judges of the county courts of the To be heavens s -Ann Lath away.! at option Commission
< "jj'tctivf counties, be, and they ate here- County bears its present name.Many.. Thomas Dillard/ !, Seton T. Drake, I trs to withhold such amount, in additioa

ecipoweifd and directed to designate Edmund L. Dubarry 2. : to the ten per cent. above mentioned,
tuth places! in their respective counties for Delegate to Congress. JSar.t.hldwards, William Elliott. I Ias they may judge expedient the public :

1 i-Mingun election for Delegate Congress JC C 101@1.1@1 I I -- ELECTION. F--Wm. }a'raglJt7.'i.lliam Farigood, interest, until Such deficient propor.
::!i thty may judge best suited to the con- William A. C. Farragut, Finlay fc Kusli- tion or difficult timbers shall be delivered ; i

Hni.ltceoftll(' clti7 Mif, by advertisement, From the Sarnnnnh Georgian.On Finsr MONDAY OF Miv, ion, Samuel Fry, Silas Fletcher, William and it i jg further to be understood, that 4

at !lean kix weeks be l fun- the time appoint ,I the last day of the session, the Senate Candidates. Foster. all payments will be made at the places ,
*d \ty law f..r said election, at the places of the United States confirmed, among others 1 G. 'Arnould Gull mare, Elijah Gayler, of delivery.: .

IfMgnstttd fur holding said election ; aiidtlity the following nominationT -.- JOSEPH M. WHITE.JJIML Oliver S. Glisson, John Gamier, Reuben ,Those who may offer to supply any part: "

,, ale further empowered and directed 44 be Commissioners for the payment of ( .tr-ui. Grout, James M. Greene, Joab Gaines, P. of this timber, are further requested to .

''J appoint thie-e judges of said election, aLAY claims for Slaves, under the late Convention Greene &Co.H.W. state particularly their own residence, the

tv.tnhoIz2 kall have power to act at with great; Kritain. 1.. Harris; Sidney P. thames! namei.and residence of th'.ir sureties to ,
such places as they} may Ite appointed for, Langdon C-heves, of Pennsylvania ; SIU-r David Hebron, John Hull, John M. Hall, forward letters from such
"' it shall bf receive and James Pleasant o4' AmSY persons, stating
koie-duty, to count Virginia ; Francis I.. Harrison, Richmond P. their willingness to become sureties and
t'et 'utt- which mny be giien at such place. Henry Seawell, of North Carolina; Hughes, John K. Humbleton 2, Edward also to forwa oC1"idence of the .
hilt iftht'judgcsauJ or nil of them, shouldi"rloct : Aaron Ogden, of New: Jersey, to be Clerkof ilubbard, John N. Hollins. of competency -
such sureties
; to give notice (lfillt' aforemention- this Commission. Jeremiah ires, John and James Innerarity. persons as to the
t.tidtttillll, in their respective counties, ac- ; William B. Rochester, of New York, to ;) amount f* r which they may become
(ordillg to the provisions of tins act, then! : be Cliare des affunes to the Republic of Jackson Aionso Jackson bound. All offers are to be sealed and
J.-Alilen A.M. ,
the cleik! of the county court for said cuun- I Guatemala. Tit of 3ensaco\a directed to the Commissioners of the Navy
W. K. Jouett, Hubert Jordan, James
'v. is hert-by empowered and directed to Beaufort T. Watts, of South Carolina, to and endorsed with the following
C'v nt least four weeks notice of said el'ct":1 be Charge des Affaires to the Republic of Johnson. word., vit : *. Offers to furnish Live Oak,
and to appoint the judges of the same, I Ia Ir.hlil1g Columbia,during the absence ofa Minister. ARRIVED. K.-Clinton Kills, J. EC C. Keyser, Wm. onder the advertisement of 12th March

? to the rrm'isiOI1ofthi act. Henry Wheatftn, of New York, to be March 30th.-Schr. Hope, Rielly t Ker. 1827."

he. 2 lie further cnnettd, That before Charge des Affaires to the Kingdom of St. Murks L.-Wm. Lear 3ddin Lewis, G. I The timber 4s to be inspected and mea- ,
"Ti\ lotes sue received:: the judges shall ap- Denmark.. U. S. Transport Srhr. Florida, Loomis, John P. Locke)', Lewis Lafornis, ''luted according to the rules established "'

J'f\iltt a d rland, the said judges and Philip S. Markley, to be Naval Officer for Tampa Bay via St. Murks. S m'l. P. Lee, ClArk Linnekin Samuel l''I by the Board, copy of which may be \
4 !f'1 k. s'n.iil jcHraIlJ t.ike an oath or affir- the port of Philadelphia. Lord, Lewis Lafee,John De L.arnerJokn I obtained application to the Navy Agent -
J"Mi-in, in the folio winsf words! to wit : 1 Nathaniel Coxe to be Receiver of Public Sloop Superior, Rich, Appalachi- Long, L'argent de Lloyd, James B. Lara. either at Pensacola, Savannah,

h. C. solemnly! RW ear, or affirm (Cali thee Moneys at New Orleans.. cola. ENTERED. neT, William 1\. Latrimer, George t. Charle on s. O, Norfolk, Washington. -

*. **. 111.1I. .') that 1 will perform tile duties I March 29th.-Ship Ninns Frye, Lindsey. Baltrmore! ,PhiUuMphia, KewYork, Boston -
"tJu(1. of the election (or clerk as theca FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Boston-Cargo Lumber Lime, and: M.--J. T. Martin 2, James' Mallett 2, Portsmouth, N. H.AuyBidrnotmadeinconfomhy. -
r in".v, be:) according to law. and to the The packet ship Robert Fulton George MiWer 2, Hugh Matthewfton 2, to thisadvertisement
Cordage to
'l't t of my abilities! and that I \\ill studi- Navy Agent. Kob't. Manning, Thomas Moore, John that
Captain Britton arrived this ,*r may not be received -
(\'I Jy endeavor deceit morning 30th.-Sloop Alabama Packet
to pievent Iram, McCall, James Maples, Ephraim Mills, within the time herein limited for -
and abu.e in conducting the same, which in 32 days from Liverpool, Ray, New Orleans-Cargo for Ap- Ellen Mallory, Thomas Maroit, Robert J. bids,C3lWnt be considered.

Nth or affirmation fball be admiuLteted1i bringing London papers to the eve- palacbicola and to order. Mulligan, John Hall MauUbey 3, JamesL. 5-tSlst July 1827.

4 judge justice of the peace, sj., th$ ning of the 7th and Liverpool to tho 31st.--Schr. Lady of the Lake, Morris, John Dana MMon. I a- -

peniujr of the- polls but if ru judge or 9th ult. Beniost $.'Joseph Noriega ,Thzms,..,b.ls, ()l\'V e; 9.nciDg.
"taccoftc: ) jt-ace khould be pr !sent, the lIobilC'argo toMaster. I A. Nnites, iefferuon Nailer 3. I ,
..m'prF' of the election are hereby aulhoriz- The British Parliament assembled CLEARED. Heary. Mrns Olmsted 2 Honea Olds.P. mHE subscriber respectfully l informs
O ,
<'J filch and empowered, to administer the oathto on the 8th, and the great topic of interests March 30th.-Sloop Alabama;; .Charles- Parker 2, Joseph Pipierc'Jacob 'I I'L his friends, that he wiH still continue .
other, and to the: clerk. to draw Deeds, Mortgages, Bills of Sales
the belief that the Packet Pitman Isabel Prieto }'raicac.Martin !
-c.3. Re further enacted.: That th, e- was 'corn Ray, AppalachicolaCargo : *; Powers of Attorney aiul other instrument
Action (or Delegate to Congress shall take laws would be taken into immediate to order. Fisarro, Cura Paroco, WiMktfaPinfcney of writing, in the most approved formson 4

J-tace on the first Monday of May, eight consideration. The Ministers have 31st.-Schr. Thorn, Jones, New A. B. Pinkhanv! Porter 2, George David, .W.Packer'Commodore It.d .. the usual terms; and solicits a continuance ,

(!lection en l'undredand shall take twenty place scren every second and a like however announced that the subject Orleans, U. S. Troops. ... ort r, 'Joseph and John B. ,Prince, Alexander orth f"yon.
year would be forward until Schr. Elizabeth New Orlt'ancCargo I W. Haseli Hunt.
thereafter. not brought: ,Forsyth, F: Porter;Robert Pottenger.

Etc. 4. fle it father cnoc rf; Thpit tbe nc 19'Ji of February.' Jttr. Tanning J Deer Skin*, Homes, H.-Ch rles C. Ridgely 6, 9. BapsJ\ e 2. Frti ,cola 7th Dec. 1825.,


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I OnpIIUEE or Four 'Gentlemen who my NEW ESTABLISHMENT. Brick, Lime & Lathes Wanted. 'r1Vl: () i i\ Advocate. l4.171rAft'.
4JL wish to retire from the bustle of the fl FOR JS his friends and
Town during the Summer months, can TheEagle milE Subscriber, having purchased the 'III lie generallythat he keeps the tub
be accommodated with comfortable boa:d purchase, or contract for the
  • tWILL
    *t the Fcrry.house, on Deer Point ; and iKlfiP of.300.000 "Florida Intelligencer" proposes to pub. and will take great pleasure Jl0211r.in .
    have the privilege of the ferry-boat, when % Tavern BlllCK, 8 inches long, 4 do, bush a paper in the City of Tallahassee, : dating those: who mal f&V0r accommo.
    :: comngover with wide, and 2 do. thick. under the name of the FLORIDA ADVOCATE. their custom. lllll "IU|

    \: terms apply passengers.For at this office. ANDTRAVELLER'S 36,900 BUSHELS common shell lime. .- The growing prosperity ef the I Tallahassee, 10th Feb. 127.flECE7iZj.
    of City Tallahassee, and the rich and fertile .J-]3t.
    Pensacola 15th 1arch 1827-2-tf. 6,900 BUSHELS of Lime, made
    REST. live Oyster &hells. country in its vicinity, uniting all the 311S-r : : ---

    NEGRO MEN WANTED E Subscriber informs the pub. advantages: and inducements to emigration k'LJR SALE
    /wish to hire immediately M.TU, that he has opened a house: The above articles Qre to be of the bestquality which has already flowed in with a At the Pcnsacola
    ; and delivered at the Yard
    Public Entertainment, :n the Navy I rapid tide,promises to make a paper, at ,i' BOJ'kator
    house formerly oucupied by Maj. Hall above high water mark, as required by the Capitol of the Territory, interesting, complete an :general: ,
    as for that purpose, fronting the public: the mechanics, and most convenient to both to its citizens and gentlemen of the 8.Ssortmt'r.t
    the where to be used.
    square, which he has! fitted up in a convenient spot they are adjoining States. QUILLSsome
    They will also be subject to the usual The Editor himself to
    H manner for the reception of travellers pledges use eveery -
    and others. His table will alwaysbe I inspection of the Yard upon delivery. The I exertion in procuring intelligence and

    NEGRO MEN supplied' with the best which the Brick must be delivered between the 13thof information calculated to dcvclope the of them of very superior q jajl.CfWanteil .

    in the Navy Yard, and market can afford, and his bar with the April next and last of May. true resources of the country and care- ( : a quantity Of r.:. '
    I to cmp5oyed* horn it is desirable to obtain 2 best of liquors. No exertion will be Bond with approved security will be fully to abstain from those exaggerated gle and Swaiw Wiig3; *' ::\:

    or amongst 3 joiners For the laborers there wihibe wanting on the part of the proprietor, required for the faithful execution of the statements, which are so often improperlymade _Pensacola.______1st_ March.. 1826.
    .. allowed 17 dollar! per month, with to render general satisfaction to those : contract for the Brick and Lime, and the and which have their origin in romance ; ---- ---
    the common Navy rations and for the who may favor him with their company. i contract will be closed whenever acceptable or the credulity of a warm and ardent Notic -

    .. mechanics, the usual addition of price ; His stables are well calculated for a number I proposals arc submitted. fancy, and which are calculated to Jonathan flearman

    proportioned to their qualifications.Sam' fl. horses-and a good md attentive Sam'l. !{. Overton, produce disappointment on y. ) .

    li. Overtoil, Ostler will at all times be at hand. Navy dgent His press will be, at all times, open for Ellard'fJI.Jones. 5 '" Attaetjnt-.-'
    Families, or icnllemcn who nay wish, discussion! and hatever his political feelings
    : Nacy Agent. can be accommodated with private a-: Pensucoia, 1st Jan'y 1827-44 tf. may be, he invites all parties to avail 'fiN-i this case Writ of-o\tt j m rt i
    I Pcnsacola 13th March 18C -1-U.CCTThrce partments. o:. Thc Editor of the Mobile Commercial I themselves of this medium of communication been Issued! and levied on certain: h\

    pair of prime OXEN are (:JCO. Fisher. Register will please insert the abovein I I tie of the said defendant, and a Suit 1nstJ.Ctt.
    tutcd in the
    also immediately, for which i tits paper: tf. Superior Court for
    required Tallahassee, Dec. 15-1--tf. EDGAR :AGON. tern District of Florida. the Wts..
    liberal price will be .
    I. given.S. The FLORIDA ADVOCATE will be pub
    O.t Adam
    R. .
    lished every Saturday, at five dollars per ,
    I Pen a"ob 6th That.
    lft3wing West Florida.November .nuum, payable either in advance,or three : 182:1 .q iI > .p.ll.
    : months after the subscription. Advertisements LE 0 {:\CA 0 t1 r -

    I VOlL"E1 On Wednesday the 25th f April I Term, 1826.Francisco inserted at the same rate 'fL L.J,1.8 I

    ON CONSIGNMENT next.Yivguua Bonn!, Executor of 1 5 i The Advocate will be forwarded to the \: E;
    the Estate : of who I -row in operation, under ',
    Domingo Salas O subscribers the Intelligencer, are ti1 .
    I rjniit Cargo of the French Ship Pac- State* Iiottevy, ,*>8. $.:,* I requested to inform the Editor, of their 1. intending care of the \\-v SUptl"
    : iuiL tole. Delalue, from Bordeaux J White, A. '1. > Henry
    Capt. Fernando Moreno Senior
    FOR THE HENEFIT OF THE o wise to patronise the same. In the eve nt
    r consisting ofCASKS Dismal Swamp Canal Co. and Domingo Olivier. '3* of their silence, they will be considered In this institution will be taught all the
    Claret Wine the said All advertisements contained branches in the Latin ;
    day came Complainant, subscribers. nreekaml
    I 00 of the most approved SIXTH CLASS, THIS )lish sciences, necea Vg.
    Benjamin D. Wright Esquire his I in the Intelligencer, will he continue d ry to a Cr.n plete
    Brands, of the vintage To be drawn Solicitor and it appearim? tr> the Court. unless Bordered to the contrary. E. M. education.
    of 1822.: On Wednesday 25th of Jlprit next, that the said Fernando- -Moreno Senior* Lectures on Natural and Moral Phijos.!
    22 Pipes Old lugniac Brandy, J. B. Yates and A. J1['Intyre, and Domingo Olivier are not inhabitantsof ; i'A&MEB.Ve : : ophy and Astronomy, delivered for the
    580 Boxes Claret wine some \"cIj'J} superior. .I this Territory, and they having failedto wish that every friend of this benefit of the Students.

    I MANA GERS. appear and answer the complainant'sbill I journal should understand, and that they Examinations and exhibitions rendered

    80 do. prunes, SIXTY NUMBER-COMBINATION LOTTE- herein agreeably to law. It is there would have the kindness to make it at the close of each session; -

    h 40 half ditto do. RY, NINE DRAWN BALLOTS. fore ordered that, unless the said defendants known, that to anyone whd will pro- It is the design of the Principal, that

    r 100 Baskets Sweet Oil. S / do appear here, on or before the cure fovr subscribers remit on their this institution become permanent, if

    1 80 Boxes Olives, Capers.nchovi."s.. I Prize of 1OOOO' is 1OOOO first day of the next term of this Court, to account 20, we will send a fifth copy of suitable encouragement be TUITION.1st .
    and Peaches. 1 4,000 4OC> be holden on the first Monday of May the American Farmer without charge-or, :
    200 do. Cologne Waters. next, and answer tie complainant's bill any one who will procure five subscribers. I ,.
    36 do Ant'd. Cordials. 1 1 2,500 1,564 2,500 1,564 herein, the same shall be taken as confessed will be allowed to retain-5 on his -remitting -9 der 1st Class, S 10 per session of 5 calen

    100 Almonds and Walnuts,: 25 against them. the $20. We months.
    Bags remaining beg also -
    5 :i.ODD 5,000 2d Class
    J lbs each. 500 5,000 I And it is further ordered that the foregoing to repeat, that all winch is necessary S[5. 3d Class SOQ
    i.I' 10 Reference
    I: 40 Large Earthen Water 0 Jars. 20 200 4,000 Lc published in the fensacola to be done by any one, wshing; to sub ', Governor to Col. Robert Butler and
    300 Empty Demijohns. 100/ 4,500 Gazette, once'a week for the space of scribe, is to enclose a five dollar note by Duvul of Tallahassee-Doctor

    J 100 Bags Corks 10 45 J AO 5,100( four months and once a month for two I mail, at the risk of andatld""ssfd to the den Nicholson and Squire McBride of(,;th-

    :100 Hampers Bottles, 102 M 2,040 months thereafter.: : Editor of the.American Fur isr,Baltimore," county. January 24th. 1827. .
    f 12 Packages Dry Goods containing 8 A true Copy from the Record. t-and whether the money be received or :.,
    i Broad Cloths, Linens! Handkerchiefs of ;11475 I622: 4 45,900 13,056 Atttes. I I nat, the paper will be forwarded immediately J m J 1f J I

    1 i different kinds, Cambricks, Printed Cot- --4- \V. Hasell Hunt. and the actual receipt of each FOR
    'r tonsShawlsfPrani'llaShoesGlovesColorcites number of the volume will be
    t\ Artificial Flowers, Head Dresses, 13.39.J: Prizes. $102,660 C'lk. Sup. C't. F. by the Editor. guarantied 1827
    ; 20825 Blanks.- Pensacola 15th ,
    Umbrellas Foolscap and Letter Paper, 182638w4m The American Farmer is published I
    and m2m. \
    I RIbbons, Silks, &.c. &c. weekly, by'J. S. Skinner. Postmaster. nf
    34220 Tickets
    i 0 IN STOR'H.A Just received and for
    -- L'ahtimore.printe'I fine .tlsi; Sale
    In this Scheme, composed of GO numbers on paper
    assortment of goods suitablefor a.Jm: u m
    general; by ternary combination, with nine ordinary newspapers, folded so as to .t1' 1'H E.rensu.cola
    ' the country. drawn ballots, there will be 84 prized Or Flowers of Literature' make 8 pages ; about one half or four Pookto.
    N. H. ALLEN.
    t pages, devoted to practical
    with three ofthe dr.i\vn numbers on them ; Agriculture ;
    t Pensacola 13th Feb. 1827-50tf. 1830 with two of them on; and 11,475, Wit and Sentiment, the remainder to Internal Improvements. W. Hasell Hunt
    with one of them on ; the residue having Uural and Domestic Economy ;selcc.s Pen<;acola: Sr.d November 1826
    IE rI )-, none on, being blanks.To ron: :1827. tions fur housekeepers and .female euJerr ,
    determine the fate of the 31,220 Office of the Saturday Ev. Post, ? and Natural History end llura Sports. LI TEll .
    : \\: :
    ; tickets in the Scheme, the 60 Nos. Jrom 1 PhUadelhkia, Dec. 2. 1826. 5 A minute index and title page to the .

    .., to 60 inclusive, will be placed in a wheel OTplIE CASKET or Jlvwen J Litcra whole volume is published, and forwarded .i The Philadelphia dlbum and
    \ ** h4 on the day of the drawing, and nine oi lure Wit and Sentiment, which has with the last number of each |voume.' Ladies' ,
    1 them be drawn out ; and that ticket having ; had, an unprecedented increase of patrons ; A single number will be sent toany one Weekly Gazette,
    .>: 1..p. : on it as a combination, t during the last six months,wi11,after who may desire to see a specimen of the OF which eight quarto pages are pub
    {I The 1st 2d and 3d drawn numbers j he present vol. i is finished, each number p ali ii cat ion. lished weekly, making- an annual

    will be entitled to the I contain 40 octavo pages, printed well To all Editors who will give the above volume equal to eight hundred and thirty

    :'" prize of $10,000 on small handsome type, upon the finest one or two insertion, we shall feel much anti two octavo pages, printed on fine paper

    That having on it the 4th, 5th paper, stitched and covered, and furnis.V indebted, and will gladly reciprocate their embellished with splendid engrav
    :% i and Cili, to 4,000 ed :it the low price of Two Dollars and kindness. ing- ,
    tI it the 7th 8th fifty cents The Casket J'. S. The American Firmer Its design i h to furnish
    L 1hat: having on per annum is a j is circulated weekly Re
    I 3 : and 9lli, to 2,500 collection! from the choicest pieces of the through every State and Territory, pository or abstract,oi' the fine ArtsBoti'

    'Ft That having on it .the >, 3d Saturday Evening Post, made with and written for by many or the must ny, History, Travels, Reviews, Moral JL.g.
    ference to the difference which distinguished practical farmers in say, Sketches, Txles, Familiar Letters
    I and 4th, to 1,561Those exist in the materials of a weekly are-I Union. : the j Poetry, Receipts, 8cc. &c, with a weekly

    five tickets having on them the and those of a monthly nubliration_ n_____. ____ Summary of the earliest--- -rnrrirm-'-' .'In.....,.! &Il-r>..
    I p 5th, 7/h and 9lh,1 f former of course enriched with Fruit Trees mestic News. The Album is'pccuhiai'iy/
    5lh, 8th und 9th $ essays Graces c. devoted
    I anecdotes to such
    l poetry, and those set off by a subject :a:, are w in.
    '. q fly thePresidcntof tlie'Uniled 6th, 7th and 8th. } each $1,0006th recital l of the occurrences of the .lr'( ek.rht teresting" and useful to ou? Fair Countrywomen -
    p 7th and inh;, I j : latter can receive little value froma !! FrtHE Subscri- embrac.n- a Rrcat variety of the
    f States. 6th, 8th and Ydl, J mere detail of events, many of which <.1 her, prop lietoroflhe eIejrJ1ceso; IKl ie Itctnl.irr., conw-

    a!\ pursuance of Law, I, Jonv QrrvcrA Those ten tickets having on them the A'ould cease to be interesting before they i I Linden: tion, licss, beauty, manners, &c. tvhl.bio-;;:

    BAMS. President of the United States 4th, 6th and 7th, were recorded. Uotanic liardr n arid Nurseric, at Flushing 'I graphical .sketches of those who have
    if America, do declare and make 6th Tile: vast quantity:: of been fii tin-uished for their
    .. hereby 4th, ail fith, 'I matter crowded, near New-Yoik, cK'rr.s to fU1'Ili'ihhe t:talents pic-
    known, that a Public Sale will be held at 4tk. 6th and 9th, by smull type and careful arrangement, '. public with inch Trees and Plant ty, and other eminent virtues .
    the Land Office( at Tallahassee,in the Territory 4th, 7th and 8th, iBto} the column-' of every number of the may desire. The collection :of as Fruit they r In addition to its usual variety, early:; in

    ? of Florida, on the third Monday :n 4th, 7th and 9th, I Saturday En.nint Post! will in the Trees of all the various kino.:, and :iso of !1Orl1 i January: will: commence the pnbhiaion of
    May neit, for the disposal of the Lands 4th, 8th 11 d 9th, >eHl $ ; I course of :l month; furnish the most amp ) lI f'nt..1 Tires::, ShruU! and frUn is nearly/ sixty Orig-innl; Tales, an<1 shovththsrc.LRer |,/
    !tuate within the limits of the following 5th, 6th n-id 7tlt| j I' j materials from which to for'JI ai interesting Jiyfarthe mot extensive tI111 valuable!* a handsome collection! Oi'

    described townships and fractional town 5th. 6lh and 8th, | pciiodical work such as the Casket in: America.li. \}iijHiaiL-saysml Poems, all (,f i whici

    ; hips."iz : 5th, 6th and 9th, I has been considered by hs partial ; o d.t'.t/n: : tl) Uielmni'T.spaci'iisiiions: I I have: t'tnHltt n in conipctition; for tia!
    North of the base line an4 West" of thferjtial1. 5th, Vii & I8tll...) I fricl..lo:; uul such as we intend, it shal! be. !, of lonner vx-an he r.us row ab.> lmtcir, prcs, f.,.:> (.,/,/ .1Icl.ll., 9f fa
    very.H .
    ) } X a.\th..t.\n.lil1l the 1:1I-t.: : I ht the J -'arlit! 2lojoH-rcd
    Ck. the : "
    Townships No3. 4, 5. fractional town Those twenty ticket having on! them the ct is hut a collection from the columns: I l ) i\t AV vavitiVvs ot: I: of 'hijruL.k.. :.t. pains by or expense prat. :tor a

    ships No. 6 and 7 of No.8 2cl, 7th and 9th-) of the Saturday Evening Post, the :'iJ.lrC.I inmakm it
    Range we cimfi. I I most choice Fry its a beaut-fn-' : we!. as!
    Township No. 6, & fractional: township 3d I, 8th and 9ih, 1 dently j.rcd.et, and indeed} we ar, sar.i- ',, which useful un.l interesting pubiicatiun, anl
    : No. iof Range Nos.9, 101112. IS, 2t 3d, 4th and 5th} I tinned in the experience we :already establishment! are not in possession of any other I the unprecedented reception which it tn
    14 inclusive. 3d l, 4th and 6th, I have:, that Us most numerous patrons will in this country, all of whichart already met witii Iron
    in.- -
    ) 3d 4th and 7th, 1 Li* found the announced in the Catalogues! of lbG! I pubhwl.r;
    South 3d 4th and 8th tAPES! ?
    Mcredian. I paper. A large number of those, 'above consists: o I upwards of 3000 l'o:>ics.

    l Township No. 2 and fractional township 3d, 4th and 9th, who take the "Post" Jpnpml-- a.-- "4i'"ii"".. fl uiai._. "'n.t Album, fsjt-s- th..,- _!?.nl"h"CltP.. .. .," .":."' 11..!
    : i N 05. 3 and 4, of Range }l II. J. 3d lp 5th and 6th, paper for the news of the week-it is 250 J INjS, \orc! DaiLy AdveriU-r, '.f Dec. 4th) Iris:
    t 3d, 5th and 7th, V each 00 therefore read with comprising the finest Wine been
    ; ; avidity by almost and Table highly commended
    i Townships Nos. 2 & 3 of Kange No. 2. every by the edif.isofi
    f .i 3d, 5th and 8th, member of the family whti-e Crapes of France, Germany, i public journals<
    Townships Nos. 2 & 3 of Kange No. 3. it is received Italy and : ; in almost every. part of
    1 Fractional Township No. 2, of Range 3d, 5th and 9th, I and this general use frequently injures the Crimea.The the United States. The (CiJUW'Iig is
    3d, 6th and 7th, iu Proprietor from
    J' the
    No. 4. appearance so much as almost to i acquired ex United States' Telegraph.
    . .' 3d, 6th and 8th, render it unfit for the file and for tensive information on the subject, from This we the
    The Townships are to he offered 1 in 3d, 6th and 9th, The numbers binding- actual observation and '' i unnesitatKiirly pr.iaounce
    too cheapest
    by this j ex/J'rieizce is
    I Literary
    : the order in which above designated general use, enabled Journal we have everscan
    they are '
    3d, 7th and 8th, not to make such selections
    a-e unfrequentlv lost as mar Unu W .'
    mutilated be i ( confnlcutly recoaiiend
    or Its
    1 beginning with the lowest nun :3d: 7th and 9th, entirely' destroyed, and the file tr.iwbroken. suitable 10 any pirticular I locality, and :\ worthy of public It
    berofSection in each juiron' e. 3specimen a
    township. 3d, 8th und such selections are left 0
    -The Casket is calculated to to him, he will ofvei-y
    1 The lands reserved by law,for the use 4th 5th ana this inconvenience, and to furiii Jh prevent send such as cannot fail to succeed. with neat typography ; enrichtcI .-
    '. schools or for ether purposes, are to 4th 5th and 9th'J at avery He also offers them in and almiTItercstingvtriety ot'pros i
    i cheap piice, all the useful matter assortment of poetry, adapted to the
    1 be excluded from sale. 4th 5th and for f : which the weekly pauer" would be clfO\ one dozen each at the following-0 nr In.;........... ..___ I P.dllcl1ion: ft' both sc-p<_ arnu:;
    Given under my hand at the City of All others with three of the drawn sirable: when bound.:"':'In thus giving- -a For the 1st assortment, $8: the ;''d ,i> Hut the work being-more particularly

    I Washington, this tenth day of January numbers on them, (being 45,) permanent form, and select association to and for the 3d gt5 designed for the Latlie8VJuM -

    A. D. 1827. each 1 00 the choice pieces of our weekly contri. Persons who order Grapes will be furnished solicit/ mils behalf' t5icir; benignant tspeCKilIy

    , John Quincy Adams. Those ,102 tickets having two of h utors, it is confidently anticipated that with direction for their culture. s s/ni.es: believing i't well worthy their fostering :
    I the drawn numbers them new and successful inducements coUectons ROSES excreed. .
    11tbe President, on wjjj |be : Indeedwe! are decided/!
    I Graham and those two being the 1st at.d held out for the exercise superior talent VARIETIES: ; ot opinion that it would conduce to the
    George 2d or the 3d and 4th, each 50 and unusual care in our literary dea nd of GR B"N.lJOUSE : moral :ard intellectual interests of every
    Comtratiiiner of the Gen. Land Qct. The 102 tickets having two of pat'tment-in additioH tf) the recummcnjdation has above PL.WI'S, he family' m the commurity' to possess a

    Should any of the lands proclaimed for the drawn numbers on them of neatness in the geiur.il appear- 2,000 .journal llike tuis.attordnrru, cheap stock
    : sale at Vallahftsee on the 15th of January and those two the 5th and 6th, 1 !: ance-and particular attention tu the ty. SPECIES, of general reading, well) minpted! trow

    j 1827, under the Proclamation of the President or the 7th and 8th, each. 20 ,pographical execution, it is our intention comprising ooao Pots; among which are the brevity and variety Of its articles, to
    "' of the United States, dated the All others with two of the drawn toembelhbh each number of the "Cask. all those known as most beautiful und in- occupy plea.surably! and pi' fiubly th, !Mth numbers on them, (being et" with three handsome teresting.QTJ" !shirt intervals of leisure
    of May, 1826, be, from any cause 1632) Engravings w.iiy'ii con tJtu"-:,
    , v hatever,not tillered at public sale at thetme each 8 from the hands of some of the most diJ! : :: Catalogues may be had gratia of m i the aggregate, such a large amount CLI
    aforesaid, the same will be offered at And all tickets having one only, languished artists of the country. the different Agents throughout the \J- l I He MIU: of/Human lite.

    public sale at the time and place stated in of the drawn numbers on, (being With these claims to patroiiaire, the nion ; and orders through any of them. \) ubhington City, Nov. 30, 18:6. ,
    the above proclamation. The sale to 11,475) each 4 "Casket" will, as has been previously or by mail (pOll paid) will meet prompt Term, only/ $2 per annum payable! }!1
    : commence with the lands heretofore proclaimed No ticket which shall have drawn a nrenhoned, be afforded to those who subscribe attention. advance. No suo criptiou received I f fir

    and will progress in the order prize of a superior denomination, can: be for that paper exclusively nt the William Prince l less thm one year, :nd no unpaid letters
    which they were proclaimed.Geo. entitled to an inferior prize. low price of g'J,60 per year, a subscrip- C, M. of the Lir.menu taken from the Post oiiice. Address Tioina -
    Prizes payable forty days after the twn which it is confidently believed Society of Paris; C. CUrkc, Philadeljihia.
    ; Graham is of the Horticultural '.
    and much lowerthan that :)oc.t"ty of London, subscripviuns
    drawing, subject the usual deduction any other pub. and 1 of received at this Office.
    .49-15t. Cerntnistioncr.IN of fifteen per cent. Beat-on of a similar character in thelmpemlSociety of the Ge or- -.- .- ---- --

    ,i .:: my bbcice; Capt. M. Crupper authorized PRICE Of TICKETS. country-but to the subscribers of "The this gofili Orders at Florence received &c. fx'c. /Sv t\ Lf P rsons who are indebted toeisag

    \ S to receive and pass receipts m Whole Tickets $4 Saturday Evening Pom" "The Casket" Agent for the by W. Hasell Hunt the: Ljeikofthe. County Court f rUe

    f et any monies due me, also to make contact Halves 2 will be furnished tor g2,00. establishment. make County ofEscumbia, arc requested to
    : for the hire paj ment to Mr. W. Hasell Hunt j
    of/my negroes, &c:. Quarters 1 ATKiNSONLEXANDER, who is
    ByrA ltlfirJl duly autnonsed to receive all fee
    - C.V Yates &
    ;: illis M'Iotyre.tNdGZlls. Phuladeiphia
    Subscriptions to tc C... Executed with top to mis uate, and receipt for the sam .
    PcnacoJa Feb. 28th J: T receiyed: neatness
    1827- -tf / an
    04 M.
    1 .
    dispatch at this Crupper,
    j office r" I3c9a} 27th r4QY.! 1 ne-9Cir/ ,

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