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 20, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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VOL. iy:. (Principia,non homint) PENSACOLA, FRIDAY?, APRIL 20 1827.
;. L r -1, __ I' ] .., (0p n to all parties: ixflucnced by mat.\, M'_ .,.
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PuzLtL.D WzzLyuny This expression oft i repeated, induced T For expenses 'ctt tbefLibirttfy ot-! :rl3.tions of one thousand il. Y.=- -I' -
W. 2Sou,\ ,SELL: ENT my ..inquirydid the country':h .Congress, including; th' salary ftr the dred and twenty-four five eight. hun ofP"urebase, per act of twenty..sixtb 2[
Efrfrdn ATD* pROrartToft around hhn indications Librarian and six, of May,
give any peculiar oQcjbo sand nine hundred one thousand dollars. one thousand eight hundred
Publisher of the Laws of the United States of soil, &c. on which sanguine and fifty dollars. For and twenty-rour, three thousand five
and of the compensation the
Territory of Florida. Messenger
SUBSCRIPTION-Tear g5 calculation might safely be made respecting For compensation to the Presi- in said office, in full of all allowances hundred dollars. :
Half ytar 3 the TINE, SILK, &c. My dent of the United States, twenty-five seven hundred dollars. For compensation to the
Quarter year 1 50 friend," :said he, look around," thousand dollars. For I ger in said office Messen
compensation the in full
to Fifth Au- of all
ADVERTISING Subscription payable in advance. and on doing which I beheld, what For compensation.'to the Vic Pre ditor of the Treasury,.three thousand : anccs: seven hundred dollars. allow. .
: Every advertisement
cf the,width of one column and measuringnot ,had not before so forcibly arrestedmy sident of the United States, fire thousand dollars. For contigent J
more than twelve lines of this type,first attention, the woods literally mat dollars. For compensation to the Clerks in Gee, eight hundred expenses of'said of. .
insertion one dollar! each weekly continuance ted with the wild grape vine.-" My For compensation to the Secretary the office of the Fifth Auditor For and thirty dollars.
fifty cent:; longer and wider ones at friend," he continued with some animation of State, six thousand dolhrs act of twentieth of per compensation to the Clerks in
the same rate. Rule and April, one thou- the office of the
figure work
double price for the first insertion. Advertisements here is the soil, climate, For compensation to Clerts in the sand eight hundred and eighteen ten act of Adjutant Genera,
will be tastefully displayed, and situation! for the production of Department of State, per act of twentieth thousand five hundred dollars. per twentieth April, one thousand -
according to the nature of them, and will some of the finest wines of Prance of April, one thousand eight For compensation to the Clerks in thousand eight hundred and eighteen, two
Le measured by matter of this size type. the best of her silks-and the invaluable -: hundred and eighteen, fifteen thou- said office, per act of one hundred and fifty do-
When inserted at intervals, (that is, not inserted twenty-sixth of
OLIVE-mon dieu, what arc your sand nine hundred dollars. May, one thousand lars.For
every week, from the first to the eight hundredand
.; last insertion) each: insertion will be charged citizens about? but ah, it is well for For compensation to one Mahinistin twenty-four, three thousand seven office contingent expenses of said
: as a new advertisement.-Amounts for France. the Patent Office, per act oftwen- hundred dollars. including arrearages for eighteen
::: ..\Ivertisiiig payable always on demand. Arriving on a considerable emi- ty-sjxth of May, one thousam, eight For compensation to the Messenger hundred and twenty-six, twelve
ihose HIT who Liberal wish contracts to advertise will by be the made with nence of rather gravelly soil, whichis hundred and twenty-four, scvei hun in-said office, in full of all allow-- twenty-seven hundred and ninety-four. dollars and
year. frequent ;r> flint section of dred dollars. cents.
Communications: directed toV.. country seven hundred dollars. For
0 Haaeil Hunt, Post :Master, Pensacola. will and what might be called second rate For compensation to the Resscn- For compensation to the Treasurer the compensation to the Clerks ia
t be duly attended to. land, he remarked, if I had my i gers in the Department of Sfte, inCluding of the United States, three thou- office of the Commissary General
; --o.r vineyard here I would not take two : the Messenger in the Patent sand dollars. oUjubsistence per act of the twentySiXthofiSlavone -
v : AGRXCThTU1.AL.: thousand dollars the arpent (acre) I Office, in full of all allowances, one I For compensation to the Clerks in thou.and- ______ .*..JM.6&,#." AU.-I..,.. 1'
for it-it is worth: one, thousand. thousand four haixfced and fifty dot! office of the Treasurer of the U. drca_ L and I twenty.fonr--e.7\.tW. %I'3.thouc.1tb
where it is.". :::. lar*. uh' OKHCS per act 01 twentieth of April For contingent expenses of said of
'TViicerta1n that the States of TENNESSEE For the incidental and contingent one thousand eight hundred and fice,including printing advertisements
and ALABAMA contain every expenses of the Department of State eighteen, five thousand two hundredand two thousand six hundred dollars. ':
soil and climate for the production of i including the expense of printingand fifty dollars. For compensation to the Clerks in .
every species of wine. It i is equally distributing the'aws, and for extra For compensation to the Clerks in the office of the Chief Engineer,
certain,that the climate of those Statesis copying of papers, twenty-eight said office, per act of the twentysixthof act of twenty-sixth of May, one thousand per. 4
highly favorable for the process of thousand and fifty obllars. May, one thousand eight hundredand eight hundred and twenty-four, j
fermentation which almost determinesthe For compensatioi to the Secretaryof twenty-four, one thousand two two thousand one hundred and fifty
quality of the best wines; andit the Treasury, sixthousand dollars. hundred dollars. dollars. ,
From the Southern Advocate. is equally aa extraordinary, that so For compensation to the Clerks in For compensation to the Messenger For contingent expenses of said of.
Culture of the Vine. little exertion is making in two States I the office of the Secretary of the in said office, in full of all allowances fice, one thousand dollars.
The following letter was received to obtain or cultivate the grapes i Treasury, per act of twentieth of April seven hundred dollars. For compensation to the Clerks in
,: Several weeks since, and has been delayed which produced those delicious and i one thousand eight hundred and For compensation to the Registerof the Ordnance Office,peract of twen- '
:: for want of room until the present -I valuable wines which the sotfand cli- I eighteen, ten thousand four hundred the Treasury three thousand dol- tiethApril, one thousand eight hun- I
time. Believing as we do, that. mate so highly favor the production of. dollars. lars. dred and eighteen, two thousand nine
the staple productions of this Stateare In the nursery of Mr.VILLA For compensation to one Clerk in For compensation to the Clerks m hundred and fifty dollars. I 4!
o\'erdone.and are unprofitable to PRINCE of Long Island, N. Y. every said office, per act twenty-sixth of I the office of the Register of the Treasury For contingent expenses of said office .
our agriculturists, we embrace with grape, producing the finest wines of May, one thousand eigbt hundred 1 per act of twentieth of April, seven hundred and sixty dollars.
. pleasure every suitable opportunity Europe is now to be had, warranted and twenty-four, one thousand one one thousand eight hundred and For compensation to the Clerk ia
disseminating among our readers a -those producing the best wines of hundred and fifty dollars. eighteen, twenty-two thousand three the office of the Surgeon General!,per
knowledge of the advantages of other MADEIRA, for which we pay six dollarsper For compensation to the 1Iesseni i hundred and fifty dollars. act of twenty-sixth of May, one thou.
branches agriculture. The cultureof gallon-the grapes which produce gers in said office, and Assistant, in I For compensation to the Messengers sand eight hundred and twenty-four
the vine has for many years claim- .. the finest Claret, Malaga, Tokay, the full of all allowances, one thousand : in said office, including the allowances one thousand one hundred and fifty '2
ed the attention enterprising agriculturists delicious Cape wine, and the boast of and fifty dollars. I for stamping ships' registers, dollars.
both in the free and slave France, the sparkling Champagne For compensation to the First I in full of all allowances, one thou- For ooi**!.g... avponaAo ..rcat/4 n :.
States, and the success which has at- and liurgunjy, oa oio ,, KO Hundreds Comptroller of the Treasury, three sand one hundred and fifty dollars. fice, two hundred and twenty-five dol
tended every well directed experiment, of delicious table grapes, which rank thousand five hundred dollars. For compensation to the Commissioner lars.
is ample to convince the moat sceptical amongst the luxuries of Europe. For compensation to *W Clerks in. of the General L.-UHI: Offir/ IVr compensation to the Clerks ig
of its profitableness. In many These vines are to be purchased the Comptroller, three thousand dollars. the office of the Quarter-master General -
parts of this State, that culture is increasing from 37$ cents to one dollar each, per act of twentieth of April, one For compensation to the Clerks in i two thousand one hundred and -
yearly, and in this vicinity and from one roof, industry might, in thousand eightUiundred and eighteen, I the General Land Office, per act of fifty dollars.
during the late season, grape cuttings : no great length of time,produce a vine seventeen thousand eight hundred I twentieth of April, one thousand For contingent expenses of said office I
. of a good quality have been sought after yard. From one vine'ofthe real Claret and fifty dollars. I eight hundred and eighteen, twenty- eight hundred and thirty dollars.
with great avidity. The countryis grape forwarded to me last March, For compensation to the Messengers -: two thousand five hundred and fifty For compensation to the Secretaryof
, n'btcd to General John Brahan I have planted out in November,fifteen in said office, in full of all allowances dollars. the Navy, six thousand dollars. I :
. for the introduction of a grape which healthy cuttings, with the com one thousand and fifty dollars. For compensation to the Messen- For compen3ation to the Clerks, in -
is probably known in the Eastern mon success attending the cultivationof For compensation to the Second j| sengers in said office, in full of all allowances the office of the Secretary of the Navy

- States and Virginia! as the Bland Ma the vine, what will be the increasein Comptroller of the Treasury, three 1 one thousand and fifty dol i per act of the twentieth of April, ,
deira. It is the hardiest and most I four or five years 1 This one vine thousand dollars. lars. I one thousand eight hundred and eighteen -
.. productive vine we have any knowledge cost 37 cents, and two or three cents For compensation to the Clerks in For compensation to the Secretaryof I. eight thousand two hundred dollar .
. of. The fruit is tolerable for freight, &c. to Mobile. the office of the Second Comptroller, the Commissioners of the Sinking "
the table and makes an excellent wine. From the same establishment, I per act of twentieth of April, one Fund, two hundred and fifty dol ; For compensation te the Clerk in _
It is of much darker color than it was procured the finest specie of northern thousand eight hundred and eighteen I lars. i said office, per act of twenty-sixth : :
four )"earssil1ce,and that circumstance I apples twenty-four kinds, including nine thousand seven hundred and fifty For allowances to the person cm- l\layonc thousand eight hundred and ';*
goes to confirm the opinion, entertained I the pippins, spitzinberg, bellflower, dollars. ployed transmitting passports and twenty-four, one thousand dollars. -
by experienced vine dressers, that I vandervere, the ox apple which has' For compensation to the Messenger sea letters, for expenses of translating For compilation to the Messengers
.- all descriptions of grape will gradually I weighed 35 ounces, &c. with others, in said office, in full of all allow- foreign languages in the office of the in. said office, in full of all allow
assimilate to each other in the same ; the soft shell almond, the finest species ances, seven hundred dollars. Secretary theTreasury ; for station- ances, one thousand and fifty dollars.
. sciirtiid l climate. That experiment I of figs, Chinese mulberry, &c. For compensation to the First Au ary, fuel, printing, books, and all other For contingent expenses of said office
hrs; been fully tested in Francewhere out of which I lost -one apple tree, tlitor of the Treasury, three thousand | incidental and contingent expenses in including arrearages of & priorto
out of 1400 kinds planted in the same and one grape vine, cut of nine kinds. dollars. the Treasury Department, and the eighteen hundred and twenty
-; vineyard, there were but two or three The rapidity with which the fine For 'compensation to the Clerksin 'I several offices therein, including the six, three thousand dollars. .
kinds distinguishable after the lapse of Chinese mulberry so highly valued for the office of the First Auditor, per I i expenses stating and printing the For compensation to the Commis-
'': fifty years. We are inclined to the the production of silk, may be multiplied act twentieth of April, one thou- public accounts for the year one theu- sioners of the Navy Board ten thou-
", opinion that nativE vines transplanted I by engrafting on the common sand eight hundred and eighteen, sand eight hundred and twenty-seven, sand five hundred dollars.
:J and cultivated will improve in quality I mulberry which abounds in our country thirteen thousand two hundred dol and for advertising notices in relationto For compensation to the Secretary .
.. and quantity of the fruit, and will ulti- leaves us without excuse -on that lars.For the reimbursement of certain ,portions of the Commissioners of the Navy
! rnat( )ly he preferable to all others for subject. Every thing invites us to be compensation to the *Messenger of tne public debtthirty thou- Board, two thousand dollars. .
', xv ne. These are within the reach prepared for the time that appears ; in said office, in full of all allowances sand seven hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation to the Clerksin
of nvcry! one, and the prospect ofre- rapidly approaching, as regards tte I seven hundred dollars. For allowances to the Superintendent the office of the Commissioners, of
r(: lLI';1.:1' no very distant period, from L present staple of the country. Such For compensation to the -Secotd and four Watchmen employedfor the Navy Board, per act of twentieth .
., is- to rive hundred dollars per acre, i is, however, the tardiness with whichwe Auditor of the Treasury: three thou the security of the State and Treasury April, one thousand eight hundredand
JiLnu.illy, is highly encouraging to the move. that iteforeigne'r'Taay well sand dollars. buildings, and for the repairs of eighteen,three thousand five hnn- .
oa-ora and cultivators ofland, to com- exclaim mon dieu-what are your For compensation to the Clerks ii engines, hose, and buckets, one thou- ared and fifty dollars. '
r.v::.'ti this H:;ercstin culture.To citizens about-but ah, it is well for the office of the Second Auditor, per sand nine hundred dollars. For compensation to the Clerks ,
the Editor: of the Southern Advocate. France." act twentieth April, one thousand For compensation to the Secretary :and Draftsmen in said office, per act j .
During the last summer, whilst en- eight hundred and eighteen, sixteen of War, six thousand dollars. twenty-sixth of May, one thousand
i: -2ed :nan- excursion through the Laws of the United: &atPLBLICNo. thousand two hundred -dollars. For- compensation* to Clerks in the I eight hundred_ and twentyvfour, four t I
country, between Tuscaloosa and .... For compensation to tho Messenger office of the Secretary of \Var, per thousand dollars.
Hunfeville, I fell in company and tra- in said office, in full of all allow act of twentieth of April, one thousand For compensation to the Messenger -
v !iett for several miles, with an in- ances, seven hundred dollars. eight hundred and eighteen, in said office, in fufl of all allowances -
'rihgent French agriculturist ust from For compensation the Third twenty-two thousand six hundred dol- seven hundred dollars. ,
F.-ance, by the way of New-Orleans; Auditor of the Treasury, three thou lars.For For contingent expenses of said office -
und who, from the motive of ascertaining sand dollars. compensation to the Messengers one thousand eight hundred dol 8'
the state American agriculture For compensation to the Clerks in in said office, in full of all allow- lars.

previous to lib return to his native the office of the Third Auditor, per ances, one thousand and fifty dollars. For allowanc' to the Superintendant -
country, hid determined to takea act of twentieth of April, one thousand For contingent expenses uf the of- and four Watchmen, employedfor
view of those pirts of the country, eight hundred and eighteen, fice of the Secretary of War, three the security of the War and Navy
cultivated.I [ 13.] thousand nine hundred thousand dollars.
most highly twenty one Buildings and for the incidental andcontingent
felt extremely anxious to see the .:An of act GoTernmeat making appropriations for the. year tor one the thousand IUpport dollars. .. For books, maps, and plans, for the expenses, including oil,
impressions made on the mind of an I eight hundred and twenty-seven. I I For compensation to the Messenger War Department, one thousand fuel, candles, and labor, two thousand
enlightened foreigner by our manner Be it enacted by the Senate and Houre of in said office, and Assistant, in !lars. '0 ono hundred aud fifty dollars.
of cultivating the soil, and was pro-1 Representatives of the United States of A- full of all allowances, one thousand For compensation to the Clerk in
;tnerica ir. Congress assembled, That the fol- of the For compensation the Postmaster -
portionably gratified by his observations -i I and fifty dollars. the office Paymaster General,
[: lowing sums be. and the same are hereby, General, four thousand dollars.
which were at once intelligent i respectively appropriated, for the serviceof For compensation to the Fourth per act twentieth April, one thou-
and liberal I I the year one thousand eighthundred and Auditor of the Treasury, three thou- sand eight hundred and eighteen, three For compensation to the two As
On passing through the country, :. tweuty-ifcven ; that is to say : sand dollars. thousand nine hundred dollars. sistant Post-master Generals, five
west a few miles of Tuscaloosa, he !! For compensation to the Senators For compensation to the Clerksin For compensation to the Messenger thousand dollars. .
frequently, and it appeared to me involuntarily and Members of the House of Representatives the office of the Fourth Auditor, in said office, in full of all allow- For compensation to the Clerks in :
asked, on looking at the I I their Officers and per act of twentieth of April, one ances, seven hundred dollars. the' office of the Post-master G.cnerd. ,
Oll, and other circumstances* around *Clerk!, and for the contingent expenses thousand eight hundred and eighteen, I For contingent expenses of said of- per act of twentieth of April, ons
him, I' are there no VINEYARDS in this of both Houses of Congress, four fifteen thousand and fifty dollars. fice, five hundaed dollars. thousand eight hundred and eighteen,
section of country-no SILK made- i hundred and twenty-eight thousand: For compensation to oue additional 1 For compensation to the Clerks in twenty-tro thousand: seven hundred'
ch man dim! it fc well for France." i l four hundred and forty dollars. Clerk employed per acts of appro- .1 the office of the Commissary General dollars




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the bite of snake, I think it my on, 1st Lieut to be Captain. 20th 1827. First Lieut.'Y.' .). Nowtou, of
:For couip-jr5.i: to the 'Clerks in For the payment sundry pensions by a
Feb. 1S27 vice Nourse, resigll (l. the Artillery, to'be Assistant
-2dc2cc: Ill'. act o;'the twenty-sixth granted by the late and present Governments duty to state a i'.ict *'thin my own LienU, Abram C. Fowler miss.iry of Subsistence m-

. j tf May, one thousand ''icht hundred two thousand. and fifty! knowledge. About the year 1S15 or Second 27th Feb-
: Lieut. 20th Feb. 1827, vice 1827. .9.
bitten be 1st
children was
1 r.o twenty-four, f/ve thousand sixlundred dollars. 181G, one of my to
" J T of. on the,inside of both I Lyon, promoted. Brevet 2nd Lieut. : 1'rllnifers.-Samuel Spotts, Cap.
!II dc.lars. For the support and nmir.tennscc; by a copperhead !
2d Lieut. tain: of liie 3d
L. to be I Artillery
\ Jif.stamlv Francis Dancey, ,
instant. transfcred
; for compensation to the 1\1 essen- light houses, rivaling lights, beacons andes, nearly at the sane to
the 4th
Artillery. \V.
1825. L.
, rcr:, in sai:; office: in full of all allow- buoys and snikeages, including .the. procured pulverized char- 1st July : tock M'Clia-
First Captain of the
:, t anro-, one thousand and fifty dollars. II purchase of oil, keepers' salaries ic- oaJ}, ar.d mixed it with as much hogs' Third Reg. of Artillery.- 4th Artillery,

" .! 5- '.:' ont-n: =ent expenses of said of- pairs and improvements, and contingent lard a. nude j it adhere. I then made Linutenar.t Charles: Thurston, to be transfcred to the 3d Artillery. Jamea

4 f fi-re. five tho'isut.d i-il.irs. ; expenses, one hundred and fifty a plaster of il, and applied it to the Captain, 17th Feb. 1827, vice Jones, Eagle, 3d Lieut. of the 4th Infantry,
I Lieutenant Thomas trans fere d to the 5th
J i'or compensation to the Surveyor eight thousand six hundred and fiftydollars. wounds, renewing. the plaster every promoted. First -- Infan'ry.
: )l
fl. J. Baird, to be Captain, 28th Feb- .. .
General in Ohio. ln'iun.iaiid '.ikhit : twenty or thirty miqJ.iesfor- ten or .

t gm," two IPOUSafl.i 0lJar3. I For builiifiga light vessel I, to b*,anchored twelve hours atkiC :same time giving ruary 1827, vice Kurd, deceased. -- -!:='OEEXGN1_-c.. -. --'--,.-." ,
:! 'For ccrnp''us.r'on to the Clcrks in I a: or .,jvr Hooper's Straits, the: child fresh'milk to drink. This Second Lieutenant L. A. Rigail, to From the N. Y. N T. Adv.March

I he oifice 01 Said:; $ :rvc'y'r, two !hou.and in Chesapeake Ixty, Maryland, in addition remedy had the desired -effect, and be 1st Lieutenant, 16th February, Latest from Europe., 23,

I : one hundred dclhr..'. I to the appropriation of four ,very little pain was eidured after the 1827, vice Tmirston, promoted. Second The Packet ships
Jollies <<
: For compensation 4o :!hcrcuth :)!;n'c'c' I fliousnid; dollars, made per act of ,first <
} of '1'c_Y''O-... .....fL'f two thu13d I eighteenth; of May, one thousand minutes, elapsed from the time the child I Lieutenant 26 Feb. 1827, vice Wilkins 16th, and Cadmus Liverpool'Feb.

dollars.T'or. eitfit: hundred and twenty-six,. five, was bitten until the, cure was applied, I cashiered. Second Lieu'. I II I from Havre, Feb. 17, arrived, Capt. Allv'

( condensation to the Clerks in ta'Ju34nd dollars.Ff 'I & ill that short time,so violent was the I Francis N. Barbarin, to be 1st Lieutenant thy: afternoon, bringing: )'L'st"er-

i p' the office of said. Surveyor, cziu thousand ;r LLliCg: a 1 l.'phthouso 1 .on Con-' the,advance of the poison: being neara : 28th February, 1827 vice dates ind;I3j\-'e. papers to tho.e}

,: : kfcveu hun.lt'ed dollars I, cord Feint: at or near the* SusqueliM.r.ah blood vessel, that its tongue was Bairdpromoted.. Brevet 2d Lieut. Owing to,the continued

; Fur compensation: t
:n Illinois, Missouiiand; Arkansas, I! of two thousand five hundred vomitedJy the 'child ; but the effect be2d: Lieutenant, 1st July 1826. Brevet ;- arrivals at the above been few

two thousand dollars. I doll irs, made per act of eighteenth ,, of the an:. doc was nearly; as instantaneous 2d Lieutenant, Edward B. White, ral days, yet the Cotton ports fur'sevc

; For cjmr/ens'.ltiMi: to the Clerks in of May,' one' thousand eight as : poison. Several of my of the 1st, to bo 2nd Lieutenant, 1st Liverpool was market at
t'r t the office of said Sur\'eyuV, two tiious hundred and twenty-six, one ,thousandfive neigh 'ors i ii; the vicinity! of Newport, Juiy1825.Brevet/ 2nd Lieut, Daniel the article had experienced dcpre! ?d, and
I ,: 3hrsvie:: !! in this S. of the 4th to be 2d a further
; I s: iW dolhrs.'It hundied dollars. near county, can Ilurrinp, decline in

, 'For compensation: to the Surveyor For stationary and books:; fcr the attest he abova f fccU.JAMES : Li ut. 1st July, 1826. Brevet 2d I a great number pnco.-vapt.of inward Graham; saw
I fIt I in Alabama, two thousan dollars. offices of Commissioners, ; Of .L{) r.f",' M'CORMICK. Lieutenant George Woodbridee, of sols] the day after he sailed. ves-:

i 11; 'j For compensation to the Clorks in ono thousand six hundred dollars. i __ -.---- -- -:-'- I''" theist, to be 2d Lieut. 1st July, Owing to the

i ** !'. the office of said Surveyor one thou- For th(salaries; of the Keepers( DCMDS. :: !C. 1S2/5./ Canning the indisposition of Mr.
=--- subject of the
i, i. sand five hundred dollars. the, Pull}:: Archives m Florida: on? From the Lat Llurida Herald.Imprtant .- 1"ourtlzRegiment of Infantry. L'lvvs, was postponed Corn
to the
' ; r'' For compensation: : to the Surveyor thousarvi! : uolars.For Decision.- -At the List Brevet 2d Lieut. Samuel R. Allston, Feb. Numerous 26th of .'
r ; : .. petitions
; '." in i Florida, two thousand dollars.For the discharge of such: miscellaneous ?!! session the Council an act was (lithe Gh! to be 2d ,Lieutenant, 1st against the were, presented

i corJlren -\ ion to the Clerks in : claims ofthe United States, not I pssedvacating all thecivil, :and military July, 182(5.Fifth ( tion of these: Jaws.DepLItatiOfls proposed modifica,

the office of said Surveyor. two thousand otherwise provided: for, as shull.be( ascertained I of'c s in the Territory, on the Regiment of (infantry. from the

dollars. and admitted, in due course ,. tirst Moiday of February; last : and Second Lieut. Seth M. Caprpn, to be in Liverpool, Hull and ship owners

For surveying the public lands; of settlement at Treasury, twelve on that lay a new general; commission l 1st Lieutenant, 2Lc Oct., 1826, vice outports, had arrived, all the principal
JftfiiJfe11 States thousanJ thousand doll.irs. -- Andrews, deceased. in London
I twenty issied.: Some changes were with powerful
r. <.!_? '1'.rc.c rf the Ministers Sizlh of I-nfantr..v.-Se- petitions for a repeal of
For i.sAde in the judicial depar It Itzgiment Mr.
making in nept.
survcvs Florida Iluskksoii's, Free
w a- at London, Paris, St. Petersburg l be Trade
; the his been decided,by the Inn. Judge cond Lieut. Mark W. Butman, to acts.
'bly to Some
provisions of
the net 1IadridIexico Colombia and Chili extensive forgeries have
entitled Smith, that the few is to the 1st Lieutenant20th December 1826, been
an act to provide for the sixty-three thousand dollars. contrary vice Br 2d i detected in Scotland. The principal
r' act cf Congress far it affect Folgnr resigned. ,
t confirmation; as, gees to
lands delinquent is
1 East Florida private claims in : For the salaries of die Charge des Judges and Jisitices of'the Peace Lieut. Albert S. .Jctlmson,. of the 2d, Unred stated to have fled to the
.ntl for other ; St.ites.
Affaires ;
purposes. at Stockholm, the iethei-- he 2d Lieutenant 1st 1826.
tho. to July
act Conuess dcc
t. ten thousand dollars. lands laring expressly Gen. Morales-who-
% Lisbon, Guatemala, Brazil, Brevet Promotions Brevet was long ..
For m "That al Judici 'tl} officers engag
j t compensation tc tho Commissioner Buenos Ay-e3; and Peru ed against the Patriots of S.
tliIrtyorethousaj1dtv America
| shill hold their oftces for the term of Genercls.-Johii E. V/QO! Colonel 1-
]l ofthe Public
in Washington been
hundred doH appointed
is. Captain
. four Thccase and Inspector General, to be General -
j'ears. will :IJG
; ,1ty, one thousand five hunt For outfits cf a Minister to Colombia reported ) of the Canaries.
in Brigadier General by brevot, .from
dred dollars. r our next.IVashmgiGVi ?
+ i The
and a Charge dEs Affaires toGtiateniaj 20'h April, 1S26, having served amount of actual loss of money
L For compensation to the Queers thirteen thousand five ,?[ar1j..22d.The f Calouel and piid into tho joint companies:: in En-

) i i and. Clerk of the Mini, nine thousand; hundred( dollars.For.salary SECR :TAUV, OF WAR and the. SECRETARY faithfully as a duties, of tlat performedthe.appropriate grad ijlanJ, the 1 last two 'years, is said to

r 1. SlX hundred dollars..For and outfit of OF THE IN'AVY returned to this exceed nine millions
a Charge j sterling.
for ten coutin ously. G.eo.
compensation the des dry, on Tuesday, ,from Norfolk years
to "
Affurs ,
persons ta Denmark nine thousand Letters received in
i\ : NewYork
I ,- Gibson C&*lonfcl 1 and Commissary! frm1.nC'I'! !
I employed in the different operations Joilars.! ;' whither -the}' l had been 011 a visit. tf c f the i&tli J an.state that the Congress jf T,-
i ofthe jtlint, ten thousand eigM! hunt For faiarievoAhe' duty. Th p late pitc <; 'Fort Nelson (>enftral} of Subsistence: to ,be Briga-- cuhaya was: expected to convene 0:1 the lu cf
: : ,: Scqretaries. !
uircd dollars}! ". ofJ rc-.ition"'fourteen i in- tile barber! of Norfr: < 'tdaf.; been ?e-. fjitr Gfn.T.'il Ly brevet, fret .:29th"April I. tari.Chzrr.cjzJE'inio.. i;[ r z.r-V'
; : dollars. JL820,.having served faithfully} '!Eo'i.1-'V'c have s"xa:a!ettrrfroni -
j l
4 JFor inci 2jtal & lectod as tlieground win c.h.to.cre-t ; La uira,
tt contingent expenirpairs For tho continent expenses of all nf the 27t.'i: of Fe,... (ich
'. .cert of the tiiejNew i >;aval llotpita1..LTzt.. as a Colunf.-i, and performed the ap ,.came by the way of St. Thomas, addnj scJ to
i : a.
.. r. ics .:: 1,, machinery. ; for Missions, abroad. ,. twenty" thousand I propriateduties of thdt.grade, for 'ten I, r r:>;jectabe: } mcriMatiic house in this C'11r, which.;
I allowancc.4or ".jstjn m gold andiil- dollars. I Washington M\irch 24.-Major continuously.Brevet states that Gen. JMVAKhad resigned tic office

i vtr of Ut r>: :a;.(;!ld for the For the .jnliries; af the- Agents..of General f; OWN I heft this City onrednes years Lieutenant Colonel?;-... o determine fJe'cntofCoumSii! not again! to ,resume and appeared it.Bdtiinorc. to i bc

I ( occlson coinage employ"-- of Hl. ass-- r Claims at Lond a and Paris, four \\T &lay last,, for Fortress ,Monroe I W.illi.un Linnard 'Qimrier-iiMster, to GiKcttc.

: f!; tant envraver: ten itowad six bun; I tliousrav.l- lollaif- ona'tnurot lWpcctJon.'c.un- be Lieutenant Cplonel by brevet, From the Philadelphia Gctjeltt.

.1nUuc: : For. the nti.tgcnt expanses of fo. derstand he cOllemplatcs..i.itin: .
, 1 .rl ; from 15th June, 1826, !having .scrvep Important from Colombia.Laguagra .

f i'1 For compensation tthc Gpencr, I l.cgnI' ititeroourje.., thirty thousand. our posts aloii-.j: t\io. .Southern.Consf\ faithfully as ;:a Major, and -periprmed I March 13.-" I cnawo -
1 Judges, and Sccretaiy of tl.c Michigan d.l.1f' As far s PrnsAcola, and probably] : t1
the oprrnPratf "ties of : "** sr.ocit:t ., jrou the first copy of ihe '* Lira '*
; i '" Territory, seven thousand vPu; For tKr reiser; n-1 proto"uon Of rCfew-Orlerv ,is returning by tho. way for ten. years continuocsly.! JamesKeauiey : a new.rap; r, which it is ,
: distressed i American seamen in ful- f..I.. AT.'vc. ? which intended to-
; dollars. 3s.pn.T.,1; Lakes
: hundred : Topographicil
Engineer, ,publish. Caracas.
'. I c gn.CQUn.il'jcs; twen ty-five thousand will eua l' himto j inspect; of the I You wii' there
of the lc Lieutenant
i' For the contingent! expenses I to ) U.olencl by brevet, in find that the O rand Amor
,I ?- Itlichizan Territory, three hundred dollars! ,. military f tuions situated in-thedistant from 29th April, 1&26, having -.:served eration is spoken of. Bolivar'sresignation Jcoti Fc-1-

I and fifty dollars : for the expenses of intercourse quarter of the country.-Nat. Int. .f..i: lflIly; as a brevet Major, and I i is. also therein.-His -

,. For compensation and mileage with the Barbary Powers, twenty, 5ircrmh' Apr'l 3.-General BERNARD 1 performed tlc, appropriate duties .of I tion is however, enly to the-resijrm-

to the members of the Legislative thousand dollars. i and ( ? !jitain Toussix' ofthe U. S. Eugi.eriepar that: grade, jr' .tea years; continuously.Stephen to pbce himself step hgher! pave there way
} as
/ncnt, left town this day in the Reve-
Council, including printing the hws, Forthe salaries of the Commissioner nsr ( jtter Crawford, for St. Mary's, from H..Lon ;, Topographical En-, 13 !:ttJ9 doubt tint four months will
and the and incidental I e and Aibitrator under! the first Article i the' eineer, t:> be Liojtenunt ]
f contingent expenses .cetIiy wiliprocoed to St. Augustine.Republican. Colonel ,by not elapse, before there will:, be a union
l. of said Council, five -thOU :lllllf' I of the Treaty of Ghent, one half : brevet, from 29f'ti April 1826, having; of.P em,",Colombia and Bolivia and
j '. four hundred and eighty-two dollars tbe-saiarics .cr tl1C Secretary, Clerk, By a rJ.r rarh.ip.th Macon Mes- <,erve,_.faithjfttlly} ns a brevet Major Bolvar appointed Picsident for life.'*

:-I ForcompnsationtOthe Governor, and Messengers, and half the contingent ,s "-nger ofthe 27th ult. it appears that ar.d.pf:1.fonne.t: : the,ippopria 5 dutiesof AI3DICATIOM: OF THE

I I Judges andSecretary of the Arkansas expenses of .the Commission; 'A.e Indian Council at Broken Arrow that gradrv for ten years .continuously. HF.AO Qt'Ar.TEr.s LIBERATOR.,

I t. Territory, including additional I t twelve-thousand dollars. I V.as.closet without.conuig: to any positive } \: II. P.erault, Topographi- CAIUCA*, Fph. 6, IS27 >\

I compensation to the Judges, to the For expenses of carrying; into:effec' resultj with regard to the disposal c.il Engineer, to be L'outen.'HitColont1 T. his. Efr.3-:! thc 1r&knt; of the honor-

twenty-fifth May, one thousand! eight: i thesixthapd seventh articles of th .u of the remainder of their. land l by hrevet, frpiu the 17th February MOST abc;EXCELLENT body oftho eiza'e.SIR In

hundred and twenty-seven, seven Treaty G hen!" in eluding xhe ,co: jn.pqnsafionof in Georgia: They expressed a.'vilJingneSs ,. IS:.,7, havingseivoJ f.ith'ully nsbrevet i fomfir, circumstances has the- n-7

thousand six hundred and sixteen dollars Commissioner, Ager t &; to sell!.. .if the Agent,.would a Major, and performed the of august

and thirty-five cents. Surveyor,.and their:, contingent: ey tJC11.. examwie and fix a value on it.-T'hus appropriate duties .(',f that grade, for: authority: Congress.: .. been of such
necessity: to the rrpuhiic titi-
For the nH gentepcIe'of-the: : ses ten thousand dollar(. the matter, ,rests for the present, ten vcars cootimwL:31y.; at
three I Sec.C. All.i be it further er.ctd'J That v I present pcrloii, in wiiich every mind
Arkansas Territory, hundnecj.l From the.!/ati. i.al Jovrwl nfMqrck 12. Brevet Majors,,-Mjlo Jla? lias be''ii .
the$5fral burn r. .hereby apjjr 'prii'; '4 shall 1 : 'm, : dj {; -beJ, and the whole nation -
4 and fifty dolhrs. be paid i out of Any: money in the! Treasury Fromotiyjis in the 1\ av-y. 1 1st Regiment of Artillery, 1 7t Ii I ICapt. njrit'si1! *!, by internal commotions.C .

For compensation to the Governor, net otherwise )ppropna.' d; Provided, Tbe following! is a list of the promotions ] May, 1816? to be Major; by brevet, to I nl led: by your excellency to take
Judges and Secretary of the Florida however, :That no moijey: appro4t : ted by '
: -
take rank
: in the Navy, confirmed from 17th May, i2,1( fur' the oath of
this act shalJ) be paid to hy office as President of the(
: thousand: five hundred any pe on, for his
Territory, eight : / I Id
faithful .
compensation, who is in ,ar rears ;o the the Senat ,.of the United States en servicefen. ytjars: in one republic; I arrived at the capital

dollar United States, :ntitsuthper.,, on shall; have the 3d instant,. gra c,", -Geornc iVrch::1 I, Cupfniii' 7th 1 \vjicr::;;! I was speedily summoned ti>

For the contingent expenses: of th : acc 'ur.t \.for, and paidjnf the Treasury To he C.aptains.in the Kvy__! Re im' Bt of Infantry; 31st August, I departments: of the ancient VCDtzuela. -
three hundred andiiiy aU sums for which be ma, i
7Jonda! Territory, : de Habl ; rio
I luasters; Gpn\mnndant Sumuul 18l6r. > bo.rv11jur by brevet, to take I
; Wood- From
vidcd, al:2,. .Tiut ncthin;; \n this section Bogota to this city 1
, I :: cOJtair.ed5ha l be const', u cd to extend to house. and: J, Nicholson. rant from 31st August, 1826),. fi pr 1 Jmvo issue decrees so important tntf,

J. For compensation ind mi/cago; to banner. rising solely: frMn the depreciation To be Msters; .Commandir.t in the faithful l scr.vice 'Men years in on egradc.'t make. bold to declare it of the protest ;

the members ofthe Legislative i CoirnI Qf Treacury No'.es received by suchperjcns : Navy.-Lieutus 'Chas. W. Skinner I '' Henry Whiting Captniu: I moment that
cil including printing the I to bo ();r-cnr.cd in ,tl't public ser yc.ur excellency
0 tho ]Nc 1st Rciment
>rris, John T. Newtou A-rtillei-y, 3d March should call the
I' vice. alte-.ition
utin4Ucae.whee ,
incidental the <>r sal of Congres; *.
the and : pay:
r i contingent expensesof ary of anj r-erson. u withlieid! in pursuance and Joseph! Smith, 18 If ,.to be Major hy brevet, to takerank'rom tq them, and that freflJ-:
; said Council six thousand; three reot'iest : body -
f of this act.it shall bethr To bu Lieutenants 3d Match, 1827 for foul
t duty Atcouo- in the Navy.PfcSE. .-.- '- Ute, to take thr! tn into their wise; ccnslderatiun. -
dollars -
hundred and ninety-eight ting Officer, if demanded by the hi fal.sarvice l. ; "( in "
: ]
party $ !:Midshipmen John VV. \Vest en yr"Jl'S one trade. .
j : For to the Chief or attorney, to forthwith ,, If I have ovor, ppcd
k compensation agent report to the: 1\ 0. Sel&! : Brevet. Captain. Elijah
idgf, Reuben R. Pink- ; Lyon: the IJOUI1aij
of [the of t:1f't :
agent ] Treasury 5' authorliy"
Justice, the Associate Judges, and I Department thj my
District ofthe United States balance due; and it shall! bfi the duty, c<' ham, Henry Ea J le jr., Andrew K. 1st Lieut. 2d Regiment !of Artillery, t fault l lke Jlcly wit l me L j; 1.wil ,
. Judgos ;
said ant; witlin: sixty days thereafter, fr Lone:, Gersham J. Van ,Brunt,. Sam.. htJanuary: 1817, to be Captain b y. lr'y conSf'cratc nn"a
Chief Justice and Associate
:: including ordrr suit to h/e commenced uel brevet to take rank from CV'--Q n1.J :
against such; B. Cocke, Georgo S. Biako., 1st Jan. tor) the! '1 hIS
i of the District of Colum p situiy of the
Judges de'inquRnt n.nd his sureties. 1827 for faithtnl sc.rvicc.
Zach. F. Johnston Saniut! : "it-n
t;; bia, scvcntv-eicht thousand seven Approved, 2nd March, 1'327. Barron p j in "' 'years sicriftt-e was rrnrjired of me,. and I 1
one grade. Captain tbI I
Lyon of
GeorgeIzard-jr. Robert \\,.
, hundred and eleven dollars and fojty- ---- :-..-...------ ==-- ;.",z...!-"_--. Junes.Alexander : 2d glo/:{ in not }h n"tnJ? delayed it<.
i is
G.: Gordon Albert Artillery, arranged to E.: Com
MXSCE7.iXi4.r ..
.. Peru official notico(
two'cents. an
1 ill. ,
:.- Slaughter,. Stern Humphrey., ..TcThiiMarshall. pany. Captain Tina::sun: :, of the 0/1
: For condensation to the Reporter From National Jeurnal, Kbrtk CL! ., Tjiomis McKean Budia- Artillery to C. Compjny. Captain brought mo intelU t'nre of my elCVition

1 of the decisions of the Supreme Court, A great.P'1bl ic sale oOAfnericanrmanufactured -, Baird ofthe 3d 1 by the people, to thc Presi: ciiry -
Theodorus Artillery, to D.
nan, Bailey jr. and Alexander
" for the hist and present year,two thousand : goods took placo last weekin M.MuLTo pany. They: will join their ; : (,f the republic, I declined to th

:: dollars. JBx3lon.: It is-said that;the,articles anti for Companies I executive power the acceptance oftl1ochicf
be Lieut. Colonels Brevet. report duty without
,. For compensation to the Attorney were in great.variety and'of superior by I de I magistracy( ;: of the nJ:, un. For
Majors !?. D. Wainwright; .
General ofthe United States, three worJ mJuship.. The broad-cloths,. Sam- lay.The I fourteen, years have I fulfilled! the office
. utl.MjHer, and John. M. Gamble subalterns whose
thousand live hundred ollaff.t cassiuieres; (fiannols and sattinets, were of promotions of sunreno head and PrrsMent; o!:
the Marine may require Hn
For compensation to the Clerk in in .great quantities. 0 f cotton goods, Corps.Promotionsand rues so as to exchange of corppa 1 the republic! ; drinkers forced this duty -

the office of the Attorney General, sheetings, shirtings and printed calicoes A ppoiatmcnta, ortMniz-ttion preserVe will be symmetry in upon me, which na koger exiatin;,

eight hundred dollars. there was also an extensive: as- in the Army. Col) ,:lds of tran:>fcred, by I !ksava rae ar [liberty[ t.) roretu thcujojmantscf -
Regiments .
I to such oth!
;- For compensation: to -sundry Drs- sortmoHt. Some,of.thorn'.very fine ;. : Adjutant General's Office, 7 as their f'rcompanies 1 I private! li\:fI \:.

, trict Attorney; i\11r.k: as granted & the colours-and figures of the prints Washington, March, 1S'7 5 may render cGange-and ifstati.zi.-/ be-jf of Conp-osr! : t.i ra-it a rcgr3: ,

l by law, including those in the several very good.. Articles-of glass-waro.. Promotions and Appointments in ed at the Artillery necessary of Infantry; School:,I (pun the siiuatiqa; of Colombi-;, olAmericat .
Torritories ten thousand ciaehundred andcabinet furniture the made .and of tho entire! Vi1'l
were numerous; Army, by the Present of Practice whci> tho 1 r
, dollais. and some fine ware in imitation of the United Stateswith the advice and I respective F.very: ,thing skeins to fif'ir l5'Thore ;
; shaUti in like
. For defraying the expenses of the c hint: was offcro There were,. consent ofth Senate,,since the pub manner, makb such transfers for this j r 1 IS noi a Spaniard upon} the rtmerica. -

Fupr rae, Circuit, and District Courtsc likewise, groat quantities of wool, lication oftho Register for January, object, as ; bo found to ., cnutinent. Domestic peaco
T the United States, including the leather, and shoes. The sales .we site. TIjo may berequ:> has roigned in Colombia! since th J
suernumeraric.; if
Disrct! of Columbia] and jurors & understand, were generally made at : 1827.First Iteg. of Artillery.-Brevet will.: be roportod; to the Adjutant General any-, commencement of tho present: year

witnesses, in aid of the funds arising fair prices. '2d.,Lieut. John APClellan, ofthe 3d ** ot1i e. M-uiy powerful nitions locoijnise our

from fines penalties! and forfeitures to be 2d Lieut. 1st political i.'xislence: and somo aro joined
from the Inditma nTiig. July, 1S:>6. ..order, R.JONES, nd
and for defraying the expenses of Cure for the bite of a snake.--A.S Second Reg. ofArt life ry.B re vet Adj. Gen. us In the bonds of amity; of the
for the the in the I friendship. A large portion
prosecution offences against public Western country Lieutenant Colonel Roger Jones Assistant
(Jftmm sares.-First with
United States, and for the sate keeping I are much interested in knowing whatever Captain 3d Artillery, to be Lieut I American States are in alliance
Major, Reuben Holmes
of the 6th
hundred and fifty be for the I Colombia, and Spain is at present
prisoners, one may a good remedy 17th Feb. 1826, vice Hindman, de
Infantry, to be Assistant Commissary : '
thousand: dollars. l poison injected into the human flesh ceased. Brevet Captain Elijah Ly- of Subsistence menaced by Great Britain.Wl'r'
,. 19th January. more can: w hop? fo; The oxb



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rJtirM' tan nl 'f contain the immcnsrtv Cape afotfsa Flcridc u. ," in 6>.*.:(jruity to the act gave the casting vote in favor of its I fli ,'- S s' eye bro' -" They afford relaxtlT r ..:___ -t' _L .. =- 11 _

_. of happineis which has been prepared I passage.In theo of the i> urfs, whose .1 DIEDAt New V*rk on the 15th ult.Lieut.

for us by a bountiful Provi- The Editor I the Bill relating to Cr'nin5iJ J I.antv too otttn CHARLES A. Brno, of tfe tr. S. 1\\T This
I of tho Fv-nda Advocif: har been proceedings f "13 tickled o'er with the }
px'e cast thought"I perfunnf'd a pallani
tiencein whom is our only reliance.As 11cacd tn be a ;it'e! :crrtica a. r'iTani.i thc it is provider, that ii the Conclude this communication hj- inviting ought in tire battle ol rJ tt pan. with Iaccj.1)
for me suspicions .of: a tynnicnlus.jrpkticpM ,:1il.ner'f l, .").s i h 'ra1Iatio witidi the fit W'fC: afi su.inersd.ill: ic'm the Ce:J.lcs!. principal thnil not appear and answer your"fair readers, to a perusal of tile"Sc'-

rest upon my oamfc and J \\ nltl' l I. 1ll i illtinat..d, 10 hIs cr'ltr. t'ittLcse to the indictment, the recognizanceshall sons.

iivturb the hearts: i.f the Coombnns.1! fl1:1I1.0I had not been us,''l ui the filL! ;- not be forfeited, but the Court Whatever Is lovely in nature or in art SlllPt'fmVS
is calculated to afford them rich
T.omical! a
the Editor he
manner thinks that
.*1 )"s of th 1 "ir libertiesjnnot ; shall be .'atistled with the surrender repast ;
t l\t'Iblirt11": .lc ha* "reckoned without las host" in this matter. of owing to their more refined sensibilties.

)- con.1'icr me without a secret Facts, howevrr'w:1 ? peik loader than the principal, or a renewal of Bail. It is this refinement feeling and of senti-
I, icyl' ; hr usf the pabTes of historytjlfmni word and in order! that thrvnw have an op- This was also made a law at the meat, that places them in that lovely .

tInt nil those }:1 iced in. siraijir |prtunir ifthe 1 Editoroi} to speak the on Advocate tJn subjectvo, an answer requet1I to tiief"lt'viij late session of the Legislature: and one and en rating attitude, hy which theyare

.in :tion.>, hive bren ambitious.Jn : questions.D' of.the members, in,whose hand writ- i is qualified this refinement as companions of sensibility for the, mind.It aided. To\t! of Peu8\\ ola. .. ; :
\ the : Coascil
not Legislative appoint
vnin do I wi.-h to propoc the exanriii. Mclicr Auctioneer for the iale! rf L-'ts in the ing it appears was largely interestedin by cultivation, that so often enables themto 0 A

\Va.-hinjton: as my defence, City of TalK! !ii canton Iieamountf81le5: ; anddidnothe!; re' !Lt. he tune cr the world has frowned, it is reserved 15th. Schr.
aii-j in fact, one 0: nnny exceptions( public ", beipg what the law April Escambia, Burley .
CtHIllier; th13 Law, seven huu ccn rare: nothing! ag.iiubt the experience five dollars! and ninety four cezmts1 for ;icvss than calls a fugitive from Jtritico.. and his heart aud to arouse the grosser facultiesof New-Orleans.

of the world which Iris fdway. tv, d ivh work 1 rcc gnizulecs forfeitea, : man from a state i. despondency and 17th.-Steam Boat Fanny Jenkins
Dd aot the Lt'fi lati'e Council, airf:..irize the .
the Now wo here not wishing to sorrow. Mobile.
oppressed hy powerful. ctop ,
' been ; appointment of three Commissioners fnr th"SLC-
I siiih between thr- distress cf my fel- o! aidLots, V a conjprnsati' of 1 l-. p r cent, retail ail-that is s\id out ef doors about lovely A? xu perfection auxiliary female to the allurement of this U. S. Revenue Cutter Louisiana { I

aud did KOI tha comnziath.a to ci.\emi motiivs and character I repeat Jackson
I !jnw cinr'.Pii; :and the sentence that hundrc'l dollars ? intentinns. The! mtfivcsmay th reccminendiitioa of an attentive Captain Balizc.

awaits we in the judgment of pootcriv. Iid not the said or upwards CJUm!?:imcrs ?ivtto npe iv. pure and the irttcntiont upright perusi.1 of the Seasons." Yours &c. U. S. Revenue Cutter Alabama '

i I, myodf, am r.vurc tint: I amnot of th"ir uumberr one hundicd dollars &r a but i is there not sufficient reason __March 22, 1827. CH1POL.V Captain Foster, Mobile. 4I

of the ._ _____ _
pia'i capital --- LErma.In
ambition ) therefore forthe people to raise a cat.r? They NTERED.Apri116Schr. .
in'c from JUt ;
Did net the said Cco :!oio:1c-s cxpcr.d hre some copies tcir; ;
J (icru to extricate myself iroin the 'in. ofFn)iif'y, ar'si'i i ;; from the t-alcs: of the !o.s, will say to these representative; !, }'uu the following toafi; given at the dinner paper Eliza,Allen, New.

'TR1): of that fury, to free my fclio.vitiens 1 'ipeninT i-Jrcets: ; alter the incorporation I":tltl' h.ive dec -ivcd us-wt? elected you to to Col White on the 5th inst, were incorrectly Orleans ; Cargo to Navy Agent and 4 j
TalUIiasfc acd when
\ of the otiupinin
'i from 'nil inquiciudc: and to :; it riuht of iijjht to have been expwse borne l legislate for us and nfj(.for yourselves.'r. printed we therefore republish the Master.

icrre: :after my death, tInt: reputation by' ?aiJ corporal ? \\ f feel interested in improving the them.Coin. 18th.-Brig Rachel Ann, Nowell. P.
t Bv Woclier.
which: I maybe entitled tu, lor my ztaliz ,I IM not h:,:the!lyil:6 Surveyor rtthc receive City ; anJ tlirrr: li" w Ir..c.Irrdliiuaj'i !na.V! p'lblic morals and in punishing violations The people nfihi United &att .EJera- New York; Cargo for Navy Yard,

; the ciu:c of liberty. 'Jaydv.: a he necessarily cinpu'til in so thin! LIthe public rights, but you have -tion of mind qualified them for self government S. Hambleion and the Master.CLEARED. .

".r;." dlf.l' >ntiincnt?, I renounce Tl.e :iii>wer.s t." the awe' qurstii.is: ifin tlie passed lawn putting it out ofthc powerof ; !.If government has made them great. .
.n. rJiinnatr.-> we beltevr! tliev: must he, stint By James G. Drake Esq.
n.;iin .,r.d ajaiu:, the! presidency;! of hpKtpubhc II i rrihyat: "s.jujuidering the bounty of time 'Uotriiiuent. the tribunals of Justice to punish fur Infant Territory.; compaction, April 12th.-Schr. Franklin, Dexter
." crimes and misdemeanors. By tieir: I New York ; Cargo 108 bales!
: -C..UI;:e.. ;mil the n.ition % Florid at all times, appears but more
repeal and the enactment of others fect when blended cotton by Stone and Nisbet 20 bales
{ ::.,. nrciviibis alxiicHlion; : as irrevocalle with the aid of White. ;
The LTICS.-We informed by the Flo- j you give encouragement to vice and .-- cotton, 4000 bricks and 5 packaged '
i.othi7: will he able
: to obligenie
; ri.::: Advocate, that the Laws Jb.Sed at thoU
to ('4)flti1UC !in tiit- public (;i\'iCl, it session 01" the Legislative Ccu.ioii I immorality ; and to consummate jour Delegate to Congress.ELECTION goods by A. Stone and 1500 Staves

t-j which I hive: .. rc ly dedicated myentire are now in a state of givat forwardnessirtl I system of l legislation, you indirectly by the Master. ,

: life, aivi] now that: the triumph} : wiH lie dislKbutrd in a short tine." attempt to !legislate; us OIK ofthe darfeat .. FIRST MONDAY OF MAT. 15th-Ship Ninus, Frye, New

This is unprecedented despatch considermy ; oi our franchises, Ssc. ,fcc Candidates.JOSEPH i Orleans ; ballast. j
*..! V..vrty !h i ;,hce: i this;sublime right i.tis uow only ab-jut fine months since .
In the paragraph of the above rospicfingMr. 16th. Schr. Amelia Roche New
with'ri: ; tlif of the of tLc Couo cii. ,
: enjoyment every one, actjuutniuent and his \1. WHITE. I
Domett Lottery, thcma: :
f thrill 1 done !lil' del rived (,fit ? No : several rrors. Tae Editor of this paper Orleans. Cargo 42 bales cotton by p
Naval be licrnxvcd and JAMES M.
the Corirrcssrind the Colombinn people Depot to happened to he in Tallahassee and in the GrADSDEX. Crupper.

are ju: ; they will not compel me located within a bar oil which there Legislative Chamber at the time this Bill .d ... ._ '. 17"rh.-Sloop Alabima Packet '

desertion. Few is only seventeen feet water was under discussion. He then understoodthat COMMEB.C Ray, New Orleans; ballast. '
to an ignoiniiMHis
The following is n copy of a letter from Mr. JOb jtt cUd not offer ".his interest ----- .- _-'.- l. .. SAfl.F.n J .
: fi.iys which! now ronrtin to me ; a bigiidy respectable} citizen of Jackson in it for the trilling svoa of$.2000'' but Prices of Cotton. April IGth.- U. S. Transport Schr. .

more than two thirds of my cx'nce C.junty, whicu we publish! in fylltiiat! our till; iie v/if ofl'ered.that sum for his interest .
If have jilrea.Jy! ; passed ; let m ,;;jl'refore, ielo-.i-citizeie! may sec whit aid Kensacola: in the bill, but considered. it too trilingto London ''cb. lGs Thc sale of Florida, Tampa Bay. ,

l-epermitted) to aWlut a po.uvful-ltath; is to recrivo from Co!. Gnii's'iei', iUoald tie u cert. Mr. DOg f.tt wa not in the Cotton are more considerable this Srhr. Escambia Burley, St. Marks.
: ever obtain a seat in Congroa Jt would chair when he gave the catling vote on itspAssarje 19U. S. Revenue Cutter Alabama S
:. ia tile OlSC rilent! icuoit! ot week ; but still there is no briskness
f Ire ;JCT ;
diLl he the castir
appear that Col. Gadsdjeu's pledge, to '..- 1, ; nr ghe vote Capt Foster St. Marks. i!
n my paternal resiuVcce-my swordr cit hiMisclf for the leinuval of the Na.lDepot strictly speking- ; tho' bad he not voted in the following: are the sales for the A"t7tf York March S;>.Arrived, Scbr

and my heart will, nevertheless Le tilj !- WLS Hut iutci.ilfcj. for circulation! in i its favor, it woiild not have p ls ed.-The week ending last night inclusive. 1000 Emigrant, Eustis, from St. John's F.9 day*,

j w.jys wi'.ii Colombia, and my last 5)ghs this quarter-ihas. In-v/ever, reached here Yeas & Nays were ordered & on calling the Surat at 4 ta5A Il. aud 300 Bengalat with Shiptimbe for the Navy Yard.
I Mr- and Mr. Fiukham
iu time to ". will: 1 ascend to Heaven in for rv .r J to j\\\ in bond ; MJ Egyptian UP FOR THIS ponx.
prayers Pen excused from voting in their regular order,
!acula who hf.ve been in favor of
March 13th Adam
hfr continued prosperity. Col. G'. electicu. It soe.u}s tie fiieiuis.of ami. :lr. Wyatt being cut, there appeared 7d. duty paid. These purchases Wilkinson At Norfolk, to,sail 30th March., Brig '

I Col. White five on each side, a iuosien rer was sent for include the small quantity disposedof -
J herct and
pray, :c, Congress my were not wronj two years atyj, ---- :- -j---:_ --- --- -" I
: fellow Citizens, to confer on me the when they inliruafd that Col. (idsdcu; ilr. Wyatt, but, previous, to bis entrance, at the public sale onf cdncsJay.'rhe Tor New iorK.A -' '
$. would not advocate the !location of inc Naval Mr. Pinkbaia(; against the bill, v heu from Manchester
i title of a Private Citizen.God Depot tins place. Mr. l)og ctt immediately voted in the nffu accounts statethitmarkctbeavy.Tiic The fast sailing schooner )l

guard your Exrrl'encv.: JACKSO.M CoD.sTY, .\priI12 b, 1S27.Mr. niative. & Wyatt afterwards entered late sales of

I SIMON BOLIVAR.If RUST, and also voted in tiie affir.mative-s\ bill] Cotton at Liverpool average 1590 t G GALAXY ; .

-:_ .__ JJir-As son: ?s you can \v ll) ascertain, was passed 7 to 6.Mr. Dogr.tt having bags per day ; the price_ of- Rowqds iSw Capf. Bailey, expected to tail

? J7- ;t : ., I I will tSiank! you inform me whether there voted for it. Thanks to the Governor, his are rather lo.wer.Liverpool on tie 23th ir.at. For passage only! having

t .J is any possibility of di p sins. :of any part of veto bas prevented its becoming a. Law. Feb. elegant accommodations for six or eight
-- -- Saturday 17,-
-- --
r- the propeity I own, adjoining the 1'own of
to en
Passengers apply Capt. Bailey
Our Cotiou market has been dull during
'n e.la! upon amy thmj lake: fair tenns. QO] lVtTmaATION., : board, or to
IUy reasoi; being-particularly] anxious the whole of the week, antI the
N. TI. : ilen.Pen33c1a.
Ptnsacola .
for the Gazette.MR. : .
to dispose of i it at present is, that SMK ot shade lower
Col.) (iadsirn's friends i.} this counthu.c: EDTQR-At that season of the year prices generally area :19th April 1S27.-7-It. ;
when the woild is although the arrivals (owing to a con-
stated, il.nl. if he is elected our Delegate, he I vegetable uewiy resuscitated --- -
is underpuiise to remove the Naval; Depot from the ravages of winiir ; I have tiuuan.ce cf contrary winds) are only 3.K'EN 1P.
fur i .any 3 cars rend Tiompson' Spring, "
from Peusacpla to St. Joseph's Bay.Many 3304 bag* committed
ND the
aud with met ,
always an uf satisfaction. ,
turns are taken here to. injure ColWhite's t From an annual peru.ial ease of tbis beuujiful Ntw JfaB/c Maxzh 24.-Since our jail of this City, on I

election, by the few opposed to last advices have been the 15th inst., as a Runaway -
him, but of all plans'that of remyyjug. the production, 1 am of opinion, that the increased publication

Naval Depot., is rr.ost caL"ilited! ty injure pleasure does notarise from Uviu! I leceived from Liverpool to the 16th a Negro fellow about j

you in PouiacoIsL, howcve! well it may go .! o\eilooiied its. beauties but r&hur Jrum February inclusive, .which confirm the I 35 years of ae, five feet
dowp in Leon and Gadsdn. the cnjoment of early association. inch and buik that
i decline noticed in : one high stout *ay
our previous accounts
FnID\ APRIL2O, 1S. I 1 am extremely sorry Cu). White has rot \\ Ith the Poem in my hand, and all thvariegated : his name is

I- = ;; btenablctu get here hufoie this, as his presence beauties of spring blooming' a- to.the 12th, aUll show a, very I
sall' round 1 limited business-the sales cf the .
before the ( lecLioi would rlu nmcli. me, am instinc'ivtiy tianspoitedLack
s- particularly in Lenn and (iaddui.Ve to the morning ot'lile, when every no- previous week not exceeding 6000 and that he belongs to John Ctffey and )

OalOi&CCIolY3.. s.haill'robably !lose thirty votes hi tiis county vel'y had charms to please-v h'*n adversity l-1 bale.-; Accounts from Havre have Jacob Brasjil', who live near Montgomery

Citizens ot Iensaccrerespect-] I I Wis'iingyou fine times, had not trammclleti with its letters Alabama. Peter has a large scar on

The. requested t*; take notice that 1 /:;
the Post Cilice will! uviiorn>Jy be c'.oseJ xujruing sua proiaise4 the reu4al i.f I which are not more encouraging.These ,by a bayonet wound received oa

.>n Sunday at 5 o'clock P.: M. ; unless 1' .;.k.-For the pnrrccs innocent delight-untnbit
the Mai! s'101s'd he delayed! l lafer than ofopcraiing upon a few iadr.i:lials in this I ijoction that yesterday was ietuicd tj te accede to lower terms and the Foster Chapman,

the uctul I hour of arrival i i\ which place, we uiiderstnndthat. 'i report har ieen or loilv !I three fi t tPeaco1
; case sales forthe.last days amount 10 Constable.
'iitro' the virta of that !have rolled City
rnised iicirffuiateJ, that Col. White hiS introduced years
the Office will be at Jet
k hour. Tne Mail.kept open due: one. I into Congress a bill to prev-n- I their heavy: burden on tie care worn pilgrim I fail 3000 bates of all.sorts, at a reduction 19th April 1327.Ttf.'MCTIOX .
although not until
free people of color, Irora residing in .hi; I witn what an intensify of feeling dowe I olfealf'aMjeni pel lb.V. c alter our I
) o'clock! I P. M. arrives
4 usually soon
,i .T.cisjjh tf> be opened by 3 o'clock, so tJixt! Territory'and that if IIP.is re.tl ctcd he wu.ohtKtn to heaven.view t"iti enjoyment"e remember ol former with :hou nss>i.floa I.quotations accordingly A tot of 50 SlJE.. 4j_
i pIJs
its law. We do
; the Office i is usually open two hours. uuderjt&id passage what as a this has to do not with exactly attuned to harrnony ths most trivia] i.nci- ::jaiss-- very JJKW Uplands. was sold as \ ILL be l-

; The PosfM-tsttr therefore rtqi esf", tJuttho. the Approaching election, but-as it is absolutely dents oi yau.hful} jnsiJ! e, whea low as. 8' cents, ax ...parcel also inferior \J.\I sold with
who wish to for !letters 1 1r 44 With out re ere at
e on !
enquire Uiuing Inurning face,
lalst'ifethai the truth be known a.tr sjg cents
tbatdny, will end or call beffre 5 o'clock, I r may We cre.tiikps iajl!, 'willingly! to sr.hool." H'yMichelet's _ _ _
would inform readers tha.t the JJfarci. The
we our at fi<oigovillc 27A
ardt hiit he may be enabled to close the w-Iio ha i nci remtmbered with a thrilling ,. _ Auction Stole at
last session of the Council law
: Office tit that tune. similar ta the one abovo Legislative mentioned was a not emotion, the golden hours youthful! love .' low price oi'Cotton, compels our farmers _ 10 o'clock on

TILe Post Office i is open on ether days only introduced. but passed audi now uc- who ha: uot wiiispert-d.in the car willing! to look about f some substitute, AY e\U 5aV1'i\ blh,

from breakiast time until dark ; excepiJryui tually ulaw--1Jot of Conjrts, bat of this beauty, the ardent atlectioirt of a glowing whereby they may be enabled sup merchandize belonging t(
soul, or m.et with undefmahie rapture theupdest the stock of ,
I' : 1 to 3 o'ciockand during the tlJ'n Territory. S/co our parvr of IGth P.Iarcfi. and approving glance ut'a kidrcdeusibiiity port their families.. Tb.r -substitutes the estate of P. Pelham deceased, cons'stin -

/ jf opening or long. the Mail.W I The foliowjug is an extract from the proceedings and mutual endearment / umnetiiiiii' arc offered to them! -Sugar, Silk, audVViiie. ; of Dry Goods, Groceries Crocke-
I of the Legislative
Haseil Hunt, :--- 'J .,'.,...,.Council.D&c.. SO.Mr. I simii&iity of lan'l& ape, the lovely .. In the IQ ver partci the Mate, ry, &1*.. &c.

:01 Po" -"'."rt r. oommittceoii the song, lie trembling notes of the piano, the is becoming an article of cxxensivfr .1Undet' fifty dollars
Piukhani from tae sugar,
I Aeohan harp in the window, or some me- Ci4h ; over fifty and.under one hundred j
18Gen. 27.
P nsacola Oth
April friend Early
recomnittc'I "An cultivation.
: jadicury, to whom was '
ol'uficction is brooded in all
menLo over sixty days ;, over one hundred Tunetydays. '
act to prevent the future miration of free writes us that last year bo-
the luxury of silent enjoyment, whilst time County Approved endorsed nore .
; ELP.NARU and Cap Fv>vbSi.vr of the negroes l'rr taulauo* to tkis i Territory" reported has drawn his oblivious! curtain over every made 1800 Ik of good sugar from an Pensacola 20th April" 1&27-7.lt.itO .
arrived Cha1iesunoutcit1i.Lircu
:';: t.1" D*j'artmeiit, ia the sitinc as amended. L'poa the
I ; on thfir way to &uCvllvre ..lUUttfl( question of p.issing said act, those who attendant sorrow. acre and a quarter of cowpened pine UaT
life !
Delightful senibilitiea of enjly : ,
voted in favor of its passage were Messrs. land.V e 'haa sample of his'su.
of the ti.e.-'Vc earnestly rccomn -. Stone, Wyatt, Woodruff, Barker, McKennoti1 when memory revisits each pleasing, eachendearing for exhibition which is. highly : t Escambia' County.C :
'nJ to the Planters if FiurjiUari attcnlixc peruf.il scene", we are lost to the stern gar
of the article ou our first ?! I', on die Brit, DopjettSpoight, Macon, ALB. reaKiiesol"ad\crse fortjnt, the treackery of creditable for his skill and kdastry.. I 4i J tcZ-RS, Friday 23rd March 1827

I cuuurtot'tuo \ UI?. Tins we '-'ni lollow with Pinkham, and L/ell ; and the only member man, and the thousand he.irt aches that Charleston April 2*- A fairness biui"*. 'reR9atTioTHY TwtTCHEt.1., Judgt
Mr. .Mitchci.Fromthc .
.utit other cssr.sfmtSic* subject as may- come opposed toiu passageas l combine to wear: away our curporenl 1 ener continues to be doing in the low.. ; rdcnd That Polls shall be opened a
(i9 3Ui-ubtenauoi wv consider it ot the ut- .
J\Of1m.r.ort.mtf'. :Il as a\':n<:)ard worth one thou. E.tst Fl"r J"a.lkrlU. 1 "le s, and depress those aspirations l.f genius qualities aud intellect er
tU.it ittmr
tend to purify our : ving votes, for a :)elegate to repre. 4
1'iaiiCf would be worth fc
nuti doibrb ;.in are u The of bccoIzi7a' : Sflarces at our qiiotati .j .
consciences aud Maine and ,
thubietil !l'n iJ.'it.r.e.lon; the second rau: t multiply enjoyments J the people' of Florida in the 20th -
hud of Alabarin* u it not worth while for our f.tislator.-How rasy might it Ue The Caledonial minstrelsy. in all its sublimity -: which are-tbo same a.; in OpUtt ( lasi -I.;I: RgresJ. ; at the election t to be held or \ 4

f''UltcrH'J: ab. iKltMi tue r..isiug (itS Cotton (thr said; that the' people of Fbricb sde ted of expression, or the traditionary recollection -. ; bnt the- descriptions, of tiitori&er 1 I )e j .
fi1\.t: -which: is now eu IOAV a* to be carceIvworth : ot" the achievements Ct'the heroes ted.
for the L/g.Ha.tire Ciwridi almost entirely ncgtc viz
raising.-tad :isdccimiaJ with every airiv.i.if iu n ol'Fuigal, has not awakened a richer strain.of I are First Monday of'l May next, :

-:l1 Europe) aini undertake the culture of the for the purpose of lecjistotiei fotthern- feeling in the Celtic bosom,tlun is dicit- Tbe. transactions in Uplands have At the Court Hou.se in toile CU).# of Pen- 4aaot.

t.rJpf'; we Mulbcuy Jut the Uii\" Tin're isi.at stives awl not fvr the cpk-1 ed by the beauties of Spring when preicut- been more exteriiv v principally nt 9 .
the least doubt that th-i t-iimate, boil a.aJ :.t- !
-ation: Honda are tho ""r) best IV then, :Many persoii of stajwikg auI po- ttd by tILe tischvatuuii of fads reiAembxajtce -. cents-'We continue outrnn. of quo- At R* 1.. uou', o" the ElCAmb It

-l.t it ony! needs an elTort of her inhabitants to litical observation: fccsvc tlte imp.nsI ; -, anJ suix in t-iaelul nu.axbcr.s by tatioui&t Si'X %. c' .t rk.tr KK There has At the Sto.j e Q-uvry ou Black U'ater.At -
tiie rua'al getims oi u 'rhuatpsoudtses )
i/uw oil old hab.ls afldto nrtke tiicn elves inIcpculcnt the ,ITFUC. it
: bj payiu atlcntiou tot the prow fithcs I sion, that an extra'oIDD ry' sys-toia o-t' xc tbpivU'Are<}.of warlv 3sciat been a considerable aecossioa to the Mdi& nft1APt ."f/ewA That tho per- f

.! arjce: The static productions of uir personal legislation trja pur yjeJ a; pa, afford tire on.lv e )joyi ettii k UT an; nLitAatt Stock on hand during the week 'tOJkore'n ftel' nrflokl,i1t.a11 l bc. and they ;

:u.-itryZiiaj} be \\ uc, Sugar, Silk, ludi o, Ui- the late session, and they ret r to the aequairtaacv wir.b 1MI.. S s.' Savannah April 3.-There )m h't-r b e Judges 04.sVkd BlecV1J 1: '
Olives ic. .c.'uy then will our are .apPQ
i-j'e Wh.ilit t1I! l"x\it. the 'fa-
le-veHtl'\f': :
t instances fnwu whkb it is done in fur I .
following much cotton
,1 ItAter- toil ovir cotton rather tiiau turn the r lied irvvUueUvclv- !. adore not been as 1 ,, :
xrrtions to tlifc wore profitable proiluctmns ? considcreJ, fliar iafereace-s m.y be the "year' varwil wearc timt V j rttl a ielightiol traiiquility : the last week as either ftf thet ,O hi Fr.tI ra" n.T-U"t. BuJ.. UIi1i T .
faa. CiauicuufMr. Prune at New i'oik atTiHdi..1001 \
i : drawn to support the coaclasiou. takes possession af tl}mJiMi n-cou- : weeks previous-prices however ar> WttSo.Vu..u"t
of tbeuv lr
dOC't supplying .u.J.Ux,
lupormmj I
i No holding an o:ce under tc-iapiatiag ibe spleiKtoiir' of his workraaa-I transactions I v R. J. Jt !, h"Yf
-lcs\vjti! drape \\jrs anJ fruit trees ot every person the same. Tho l sa Uplands ,
I ,_ I R, 1.41 c.u't't'Q J ',.I 'I.r
.l -
f. < !cupuon, which .:uj" t. brought to auy pait the United States, except POSTMASTERS amount to about 2000 bags at r Ww-uac BinFKfl. .
I I S Stf i1irf
.f! jrida with cxitdiuon. a.ii sfttv.Zxtrmlofa. Whether TWWW; eroittiarure! beautiesof r ; ;
is eligible as a member of tile from to 9 the principal part at AltlHUW tt. Suu'.sOJf. l'-TIIlCT.
the lower, which peep form in the desert 8k 1'nTJ',

!.terfr.rnt the Sfcreiaryofll'ar, LcgirJutivc Council. Three of the or hy one urwad sweep embracing a 8J, with a lot occasionally at9i. and !i'
tfJ GeTL Hroo1L,th2ftC4 Is! iiarh: 1s27. thirteen members were Postmasters vast amphitheatre robed in the gorgeous as high as 10 for very fine in square Jit Barr f2ea6.. JEBX."fUR. I ORA.IUTIIQX !, ; '
You for de rnantleofnature Invisible .- CoXXf."', JLREMIAII At:1l"rur.
will give the aoaryoideis and perhaps more. ; we *'.s.ltined. to an bales
: ilib; troops from the uioat convenient stations and August Intelligence that cornmaudi A true copy from the Record ,
Bill introduced in Council
for opening aud repairing M the A was adoration from the sublimity of his Pcnsasola, 20th April-From 200to M. Crupper Clerk i

Ten itc'rJ ofFlorH.i a public road known LJ_ L. Dog ett" granting to wotiders, and simultaneousinvihes by the 300 bales Cotton have arrived during ,

f. hythenimeoftht: KlJ {s road, from the him for the term oi' live years the ex- fascinations of his love the week. Principal sales at By John Jerrisoo, D ClykTHE

' Gcoigia line liy Augustine to New Smyr elusive privilege .of a Lottery. ..Mr.Dflgc.tt To elicit such sensations as I have been to 8 i cents. -- U

na" coiitormaoly to the act of 2nd Match considered this prcviiego to describing, is certainly the best and most 7i 1 "fe 'Luw,
1827.-" The completion of tile United legitimate aim ofgeniJs and poetry ; it is and Lot situated
States' Military: KoiJ from Pensacuia to St. be a great speculation *nd offered his the delineation of nature and truth, and it I HYJ.fENE.1.L.I I House

Auuustine, by the construction of a Bridge interrst in it for the trilling sum of is the praise Thompson that he has done MARRIED. Philadelphia,on Thursday .: Public Square, the .
I C.
Jacob late Col. .
22d. March. the Rev. of the Wra.King.
the bt. bas doue batter and by propeity
across Sebastian's River near St.Augustine" 2000. He was a member of the well where no man ,
$ Setrs,the Hon. HENRY M. BRACKENRIUGS, .-For terms appl.to '
conformably to the act abovementioned where few (and 1 think uone) hs ever
it is said that when the Bill
Council.and ofthe U. S. Court of West
ami"opening the communication equalled him. Judge Superior I( H. Nisbet, ,
between Mnsclietto under consideration in committee.ofthc with witty Florida to Miss CAHOLIJS. ; .* *, of Fh11Iftdelphil. :
or Halifax Hnd In- was 1 would not however quarrel ths I Fensacala 3th April 1827.-6--tf
iiau Si.trs.iu the line of jinmunicaticn te whole, (he in the chair) he : epigram, or aq occasional ditty to our J I .





NAV7 Cm.tlUsncnn. OFFICE,* '? LIST OF I.BTT2&SMEMAIMNG : t Q11iIREE or Four Gentlemen, who may SUPERIOR COURTof MAlL AnR.\
a retire from the bustle of the GEMIDl'r.
1827. 5 wish to West Florida.
12th March
in the Post Of- I Summer months, can Northern
TimberJOT Town during Mail
Li't Oak and
franc firomiaciioii on the gist be accommodated: with comfortable boardat November Term, 1826. DUE ,
Ships f the Line, /'n wtH and TLWed"s'oCvn,3" *' arid
Shvpt f War.nnilE $ 1 1I |i day March 1827 ; which ifnot ta- the Ferry-house, on Deer Point ; and Francisco Bonal Executor of "| ;' .)' Sunda)' j t-

Commissioners of the Navy will :;: ken out within: three months from this have the privilege ofthe ferry-boat, when the Estate of Domingo Salas [ n ; and

I Jl receive proposals until the 31st day 1 i day, will be sent to the General Post coming over with passengers.For this vs. ;'. III cr ,. Tutadar

/ (If July next for furnishing'' Live Oak Office us dead letters. terms apply at office. Fernando Moreno Senior I Florida Mail
: 18272tf.
If' I'\;, Timber, cut to moulds (which they will I I I A.-John Adair, Nathaniel Adams, -Pensacola 15th March and Domingo Olivier. J Due every Tuesday at 10 ,

,, ,: furnish) for ships of the line, Yigates and I:1 I Thomas Arnott, James T. Anderson, A. NEGRO JIEVANTED., THIS day came the said Complainant Departs same day al 2 o'clock o'clock .1L
sloops c if war and the proportion of promiscuous :: Benjamin 1). Wright Esquire his P. AI.
; ;j P. Asqiiith? 2, Peter Alba 2, William 'v. Hasell
Live Oak, cut tt dimensions: i Alexander. /wish to liireimmediatclr, Solicitor, and it appearing to the Court, Hunt

t that laay be required, :ay" SuOO cubical l Ii i I II i B.-H. M. Brackenridge 5, Ililery that the said Fernando Moreno Senior Poat.Ltaifer.; ,

f I I feet for each ship oftbe line.3000( for eachfrigate :; Biggs, Wm. Jiradley, 'il. Backus, Wm.J.lUrrett .I and Domingo Olivier are not inhabitants' Pensacola 8th April 1827.

"I 1 .,nd<1000 for each sloop. The ; Charles P. flyer, John S. D. 3S of this Territory, and they having failedto II -

timber: must be-cutfiom trees grown in I Hyrcm. James J.. Blair, Hobert \Y. Bate appear and answer the complainant's I .

situations not more than 25 mile from the I man, Jessee Bryan, Joaquin Uarclfl, Daniel bill herein agreeably to l lavr. It is there Tlie Florida A4Tocftia

: sea, deliverable at the following building l lI Bordman, Samuel Bills.C. NEGRO MEN fore ordered that, unless the said defendants Subscriber, ha"lI1g .

t yards' *!*: Portsmouth II., Boston, I .-T. S. Cunningham 6, Theophile do appear here, on or before tbe U and type, purch.>t:\! the
I, '''ew.York, Philadelphia, Washington and avelier, Sancho Clark or Aaron Mitchel, to be emp)Op'd in the Navy Yard, and first day of the next term of this Court, to I JlorVda' intelligencer"} belol'King to the

Norfolk, during the year 1828, 1829 and i itl Fnii'co Castillo, James Campbell, Richard amongst hom it desirable to obtain 2 be holden on the first Monday of May paper in the Proposes to pub.

tl 3830, say on or before the 1st Noteuibcrof W. Coloock, Jeremiah Clark, Edward:: I or 3 joiners For the laborers there will next, and answer the complainant's bill under he name ofthe City" of tallahassee, .

each yearPersons Campbell, Alexander S. Cambell, A. be allowed 17 dollars per month, with herein, the same shall be taken as con. CATE. The growing 'LOIUUAADVo? -
offering will be pleased totatc the ctjnmon Favy rations and for the fessed them. Ptospenity .
Claxton 2, Joseph Cassin 2, John Cromuell against City of Tallahassee th'c
I I .1, particularly their terms per cubic', ,2, John Redman Coxe, Cant. Me. mechanics, the usnal addition] of price ; And it is further ordered that the foregoing tile country in its vicinity and till"uniUnV.nfef'rich

1 foot, for anyone of the frames with the Call 2. proportioned to their qualifications. be published in the Pen! cola advantages arfd' igducell1 tIle

ij proportion of promiscuous timber required D.-Richard Derby, Capt. Derby 2, Sam'l 11. Overtoil, Gazette, once a week for the space of .on, which has already flowed nh to eliigt.

i ; also, ((should they be'disposed to offer : Richard Hailey 2, James B. Downs, Wm.R. Navy Agent four months and once a month for two .pill tide, promises to make" in with' *
formore,) their terms per cubical feet, months thereafter.A a
( Dewet, Rebecca lowning"VZfl. Doherty Pensatola 13ti! March 1857-1-tf. IC c.; "' .he paper, at
i for three frames collectively, (one of each! true from the Record.Attttst ," lnteresin
Thomas Dillard, Seton T. Drake, I of OXEN are Copy ,nd ,
(O'Three pair prime
I.,' class, that 1 is, a 74, a 44, and a sloor,) with in Edmund L. Dubarry 2. also reqiired immediately for which a adjoining Statei. gentlemelJ of t

the m-cnmcuous timber, designating K.-Sarah foAl!wards, William.Elliott. liberal"price will be given. W. Hasell Hunt. Ihe j. ,j;- (JIelges
all their Icr the frame a ;
cases prices }--Wm. Faragut z, WilliamFarigood, exertion Use
cry C\'e.
I of the line of a frigate, of a sloop, S. 11. 0. C'lk. Sup. C't. W. F. Ih IJ 'Ol'.r.ng BIt( ;II
I q ship William A.,C. Farrygut, Finlay & Rush information, :; ':)Ce and
offers Pensacola 15th November 1826 38 I calculated
timber. The to
and for
promiseuci Samuel FrSilas t'letcIJcr'i lliam develop:
.. true resources of : tha
to -w4m and m2m. the
be made deliverable at one, OfIlL coantrJ',
: I can any Foster. i and '
fully to abstain fiom are.
-P.\l.t 8LE ... .I''h
cither all ofthe yards above mention -- u''' h
or a
: ArnouldGuilmare, Elijah Gayler, statements x1gg
which r.teQ.
4 IlL I 1 cd ; but the terms per cubicalfoot deliverable Oliver S. Glissn,'John Gamier, Reubr ON CONS1CHMKNTE amm m \ made, and which hare Lre so often improperlT
at each! (if a dilleronce be their ;
Groot, James M. Greene, Joab Gaines, P. ol'g-in ill
: ; I'I by the bidder,) must be distinctly stated. Greene &Co.lLV. r E Car o of the Frencli Ship Pac- Or Flowerif: L'ileTIH I r., dent nance, or the credulity of a Warm and ro. .
It is be understood, that the Cominisfiioners tole. Capt. Delalue, from Bor- fancy, and which are ar.
14 to : L. Ibrris, .Sidney P. Haines, calcul.4ted
select such ofi'e re, and assign deaix, consisting of Wit and Sentiment produce disappointment ta
i' ,I will li.ivid Hebron, John Huff, John!. Hall His only:
j ? to each bidder such portion ofthe timber Francis L. Harrison, Richmond }'. i CASKS Claret Wine FOR 1827. discussion press rill be, &t all t a nes, oen f.

: 1! required, (not less than one entire frame,) Hughes, John N;. unbleton 2, Edward 100 of the most approved and whatever his political feel.
for the delivery, Office of the Saturday Ev. Post, ? ings may be, he invites
dcsintesuch ofthe
: .i; and yards Hubbard 2, John N. Hollins. Brands, tintvgeof all parties_'
ayjudge expedient for the public I 1822. Philadelphia, Dec. 2. 1826. 5 themselves of this ilJCliJurn 1\"il
I :: as they : Jeremiah Ives, John and James In- i catioa. "f CIJ01IU/U.
i', interest ; and further, that no money nerarity.3.Alden. 22 Pipes Ol
.i \vill at any time, under any circumstances : A. M. Jackson,'Alonzo Jackson 580 Boxes Carct wine, some very su- ture, Wit and Sentiment which has EDGAltM.CON

advanced, and that none will be paid : \V. K. Jouett, Robert Jordan, James perior. halt an unprecedented increase of patrons The FLOKj ADVOe.lTE !
actual delivery of timber that during! the last six months,willafterthe wiH t:
until an ; Johnson. 80 !o. prunes, liihed Pub-
f t'wi.a, _....!' ,...." ....mnrn atiOW if lit SUTfitieSfor 40 half ditto do. present vol. i is finished, each number every Saturday, a' fin: dahr"! !
K. Clinton Kids hnuum 'f"1"
J. -(a C. Keyser, Wm. payable either
the faithfhful discharge of conltract contain 40 octavo pages, printed wellon advance,
any i TOO Baskets Sweet Oil. months after the or threc
will be required; that the amount Ker.L.. 'Wm. Lear 3ddin Lewis, G. SO Boxes Olives, Capers, Anchovies small handsome type, upon the finest ments inserted subscrip', ,iY 1t, c.

f of suc.1 bond will be one third the etinia-I II Loomis, John P. Lockey, Lewis Lafornis, and Feuches. paper, stitched andcovered, and furnished 'I he Advocate at the same rat s..

ted amount of the contract.- Moreover, I Sani'J. p. Lee, CIrk Lumekin, Samuel 200 do. Colcgn "-aters.SG at the low price of Two Dollars and subscriber, of the will IntelliJ.Tc ieH to th'

I that, as additional 'and collateral security, Lord, Lewis Late, John Do Lamer,John :: ( do. Ant'd. Cordials. I. fifty cents per annum. The Casket IS a requested to inform Edit !") .' oJ an:
j ten centum ()* the avails of each car 1 collection from the choicest pieces of the' the ", of
\ per Long, L'argent de Lloyd; James B. Lard- IOU Bags Almonds and Walnuts, 25 j Wiseto: patronise the weir
will be reserved and withheld, until Ibs each. Saturday Evening Post, made. with a reference -, same. In the
.:: go ner, William 1\. Lattiiner j sftheirsiiener. e\ent
George t.Lindsey.
..I I the contract shall be_fully complied with M Large{ _Water. Jar,. 0 to the difference which should J subscribers. All, they- will h--. ,...."'......:.llt.T.1. a,

Ii t. to the satisfaction of the Commissioners ; M.--J.: T. Martin 2, James Mjtttett 2, 300 Empty Demijohns. exist ir. the materials of a weekly paper, ed in the advertisements cont ;;

'1 'i, and that in all deiiverzesoftimbcr, a due George Miller 2, Hugh Mutthewson, 100 Bags Corks. and those of'a monthly publication, the unless ordered Intelligencer, will erci' !Id

:' !. proportion of the most difficuit-partsof the Rob't. Manning, Tliomas: Moore, John 100:' Hampers Bottles, former of course enriched with essays, ; to the contrary. E. M

jl t frames shall be delivered, otherwise, it McCall, JauitMajjles, Ephraim Mills, 12 Packages Dry Goods, containing I poetry, anecdotes,>&nd those set off by a -- - --

J shall be at the option of the Commission.crs Ellen Mallory, Thomas Marble I Robert J. Broad Cloths, Linens, Handkerchiefs 1 of recital of the occurrences of the veek. W.&SZX1TGToN CITYBY
l.. to withhold such amount, in addition dillerent knds Can.brlcks The latter can receive little value froma "
"" Mulligan, JolI: Hall Maul bey 3, JamesL. Printed tot- : ; I
I r. to the ten per cent. abovc mentioned, Morris 4; John Dana Mason.: tons,5ha w Is,I'r\loella Shocs lo\'esCuIOl'- mere detail of events, many of which JL : "Lc j /m a.

they may judge expedient for the pub N.-Joseph Noriega3, Thorms Nichols, etied, Artifici! Flowers, Head Dressed! I I would cease to be interesting before they I AUTH .:'f..",. .
4.14 \ lic interest until Such deficient proportion Henry A. l' unes, Jefferson Nailer 3. Umbrellas Foolscap! and Letter Paper, I were recorded.Tfie I .\.C'SSI .

J !. difficult timbers shall! be delivei ed ; O.-MOBS Unisted! 2, liosea OlcU.V. Ribbon, Silt, &.c. tc. vast quantity of matter crowded, SECOND CLASS.

,. and it is further to be un eJ stood, tliat .--Charles: Parker 2, Joseph Piper, Iii STORE. by small type ana careful arrangement, To be drawn on Wednesday, the

,, all payments will be made at the places Jacob Pitman, Isabel Prieto, 'Francisco A (general; assortment of goods suitablefor 'I into the columns of every number of the June, 1827. Cth of

cf delivery. Martin Pisarro, Cur Paroco, William the country. .Saturday Evening Post, will in the SIXTY WCMBIR: LoTTfiRT.
h I !I Those who may offer to supply any part Pinkney, A. B, Pinkham: 2, George W. N. II. ALLEN. course of a month, furnish the most ample BALLOT -SlVZ DRAWS

I I! of this timber, are further requested to Packer, Commoucre Porter, David II. Pensacola 13tli Feb. 1827-50tf. materials Irom which toform an interesting SC.JIEjl; '
i I' 4 elate particularly their residence the Porter periodical work such the .
own Joseph and John B. Prince, Ai- as Cask. -----
I I:
;. ; 0 names and residence of their sureties, tot I exr.nder F; Porter, Robert Pottenger et has been considered by its partial 'Prize of 10,000 i ia SID 000(

' .1' : I 1 forward letters from such persons, stating I H.-Charles C. Kid ely 6, S. Uapa.ge 3. b friends and such as we intend, it shall be. 10 1 3,506 3,506
their willingness to become eureties Notwithstanding: the fact, that the 1,000
. :& SamM.'H. Hidgcly John Thomas ltad Caskct -;. 1'J.000!
; ii also forward evidence of the .i'L i* hut H collection) from
I to competency Joseph liiera, James !Uouch Josian C. : $ -r the column* 52 500 10,000
j of such sureties the -. 4, of the Saturday Evening Post JOO
I person as to Richards, Tho's. Hanton, Victor M. Ran a.k irI we confi 51 5200
,I, amount fer which they may become dolph. Joseph S. Ruby, Andrew: Ross: dently predictand indeed we are sanc 10 50 2,550
!r'' 1 bound. All offers are to be scaled and Robert Ritchie. tioned in the experience we already 20 2,0-0
I 1683
directed to the Commissioners of the Navy S.--Wm. Scbree, Isaac Smith Claiborne have, that its most numerous patrons will 11'75 8 J.464;

.. : : ,1 and endorsed with the following Steele 3, (;eorge Salters, Rosannuh be tbuni among the subscribers to our i -4 45,900

j, 'f V \vords, viz : Offer to furni3h Live Oak, Stokes Bird t.. Small, N. G. C. Slaughter weekly paper. A large number of those 13395-
I 1 under the advertisement of 12th March James Slater who take the "Post"! depend that Prl2et, ,
James Sellers, Francis upon I Tickets g 02,650()
; 1827." ) paper for the news of the at g4 each.
Stone, -George Stiles, Lieut. ,1 week-it is ;
: I /} The timber isto be inspected and measured Commander shark, James F. Schenk Searight 3,, therefore read with-avidity by almost every i there In1hi will! SClitflie with nine ar3wn hJlob! ,

. according to the rules established I Joel Seymour, VVilliam Smith. member of the family where it is received : drawn be 84 prizes with three of the
J .t ty'the Board of which T. and this general use frequently in numbers on them
t I a copy may be -Joha Tobin, Abram Thomas, Julia, i drawn ; with two
it! obtained application to the Navy Agent Thorn, Rebacah Townly, Maj. jures its appearance so much as almost to I numbers on them ; and 1475 with
L i either at rensacola Savannah 2 Twig, render it unfit for tbe file and for binding. one drawn number on. ,
; Henry Toolcy jr. ; James Tliayer, Kob- making 13395
: : Charleston: C., NorftkVashing'ton) bert-L. Thorn 3. The( numbers too, by this general use, prizes, Those tickets havin nOJ't: ,.fthe

:1 I '4 lUlticiare, Philadelphia, Nev.-York, Bus,. .Vi-David ''! are not unfrequentlv lost, mutilated or I drawn numbers on them beng-! bais.!
i tonorportsmouth, N.; II. Vcsterly, Aaron Vallette. ; ;. entirely destroyed, and the file thus broke To determine the fate of the34,220 tick.
, i1.' Any bid not made in confomity to thisadvertisement U.J&raes Wolfe. Elij. l Ward, William 1 en.-The Casket is calculated to prevent ets, the 60 cumber, from 1 to> 60

p or that may n.t be received Wilkinson WiHiamsIdward'orthinblol1 2 William 2, J. By the President of the-United : this inconvenience' and to furnish, at avery sive.wiH be everalll paced: in ai wIled icIu-011
, 4 1 within Whittle 5. cheap price, all the the day of the
, theimr. herein limbed for re.cciving Y- Jeremiah States. useful matter drawing, and 9 of them be
c bids, cannot be considered. Yancey. for which: the weekly paper would be de. drawn ; and that ticket l1aving" on it
: t31st JJW pursuance of Law, I, JOHXAJUM9 QUINCY sirable-v/hen bound. Combination the as a.
5- July 1827. I -Iti thus giving a' I3t, 2d and 3d drawn
Letters not forwarded, the President oftheUnited State
6 postage not permanent form, and select numbers will beenmled
I association to to the
I beiiig! uf America do prize of
Notite hereby declare and make the choice pieces of our
-i:: ,. Darby Marrissa,Ireland Thomas known, that a Public weekly cuntni- SI0.cith3
Tarrar, Sate will be held at butors, it is confidently That having it
) Jonathan Beirman "} I England, Merentie Lain k Alexis sun the Land Office at Tallahassee, in the Ter ncw-and successful anticipated that to on the 4th, 5th. anj Gth
_ _ :. inducements will, be
In i frere of
> Attachment. ritory 3'5')6
vi.Effbrd Marseille Florida
the .
on third Monday in. held out for the exercise of Those 10 tickets }
Jones. 3 W. May next, for the of the Lands superior tal having on them th.sth
Hasell Hunt disposal ent, 3J1l1'u ll9ual Care in 6th and 7tb 5th
our ; 6tb
n N lit Jt: cf Attachment has situate within the limits of the I literary de. and 8th ; 5tl-! 6th &
following partment-in'addition 9th 5th .
Post JUasttr to the recommen ; and fill, 5th
Thin LL and 7th &
beenissued levied on certain cattle described townships and fractional town- dation of 9th StIr,
neatness in 8th and
of the suid defendant, and a suit insti. Post Office Pensacola > shipsviz; : the gen':ral appear. 9th ; 6th, 7th and fth, ; Dth, 7th

tuted in the Superior Court for the Western : 1st April 1827-5-3t. 5 North ofthe base line and ,rest! of the ance pographical-and particular attention to the ty. 9th and 9th i 6th, tt and 9th ; 7th, 8th, and
execution each
Persons for of I is our intention ,
- District of Florida. calling any the above let. I Meridian. JOOt)
--i tew will please state that they are adver. I to embellish each number ef theCask. Thoge 20 tickets having
Adam Gordon Townships on the
"No3 4 I ci with
tised. I 5. fractional town three handsome .2d, 3d and Hth 2d
ngravings i 3d
Fensacola 6th Dec 18CS __ snips No. 6 and 7 of Rajitre No. 8. i from the hands of .and and 9tb i 2d, 4tb
Jtty. for 5th 2ci.
Puff .* some of the most dis- i 4lh and 6th : 2d. 4th it 7th-.
!1 A m-A-if. J - the 2d
every friend of this l4inclvc. "Casket" patronage, ; 5th & 8tb ; 2d? ,
FOR ".m. as has been 5th alld 9th
journal should understand and previously ; 2d. 6tb and 7th 2d
that 6th.
would have the kindness they South of the" Base Line and East cf the mentioned, be afforded to those who sub and 8th i 2J, 6th iud9th 21.1 :71h
to ; and
:'l I S. known, that to any we who will make It Meredian. scribe for Mat paper exclusively at the'low 8th ; 2cJ, 7th and 9th ; 2d,8th and 9th
procurefo1J.r Township No. 2 price of ;
and 3d 1
fractional g2,60 4tla Tld 5th
per 3d
subscribers townships year a
:: and remit subscrip i 4th and! 6th 3d
on their Nos. 3 ,
i account 20, we will 8end fifth and 4, of-Range );0'. 1. tion which its confidently believed, is 4th and 7111 ; each, 5UO{
Just received and for of
Sale the American Farmer without copy I Townships Nos. 2. & 3 of Range No.2. much lower than that for any other pub. I Those ** other ticket which will Le
? charge. Townships Nos. 2 & 3 of lication of a similar: character found to
No. contain
: AT THE any one who will procure/'t'e subscribers Range 2. i in this! three cf the drawn

i j 3nsato'a! Bookstore.W. Will be allowed to retain $5 on ]his c-, Fractional ND. 4. Township No.2, of .Range Saturday country-but Evening to; the Post"subscribers of "The numbers imce, each, J0y

mating the remaining $20. We The Casket" il tickets having: two of
i :e
beg also will be
.j. Hasell Hunt. to repeat, that all *,hich i is 'The Townshipa are to be offered in tor ,2,00. drawn number and those two the 1st and
Pensacola 2nd to be done necessary the order in which they are abuve ATKINSON &. ALEXANDER, 2d.esch, ,
November 1826,_ by any one, wishing to subscribe de- .5'
r is to enclose a five dollar sgnated, ginningwith the lowest num. Philadelphia. Tho.'Jt't02 tickets. having: two of ihr.

.I JUST RECEIVED: mail, II.t the rid. of; .and addreesed note to the bv ber of Section in each township. at this Subscriptions(Mfice.NEir to the CASKET received drawn r.1. mbcr'l' and those Uo trie 3d and

A5I FOR SAtEAt Editor of the American Farmer,Jfaltimore J' ': The lands reserved by law,for the -s e 4th or the 4th ;nd 9t1. ach. 2()

the Peneacola .Bookstore -and whether the money be received or, of schools or for other ,purposes, are to ; ESTABLISHMENT. All others (beng; 16S3 ticket; } uul.:
not, the paperwill forwarded be excluded from sale.Given any elher two ,jf Uicdiawa number! c.i
i t a complete and general assortment ut'I diately, and the actual under TheAV6S3fo i them:: eacli.
receipt of each my hand at the City of c.t
I I number ofthe volume will be gis&rantied W ngton, this tenth day of January -.._ of And all those having on them one o.ily:
QUILLS by the-Editor. A. JJ.->Z.82r* the drawn numbers (being- 117>

.... -The American Farmer is John Eagle Tavern tickeis) each.
published Quiacy Adams. No
I some of them weekly J. S. ticket which shall hv.f drawn
ofvcry superior quality. by Skinner, Postmaster of By the President, I prize uta superior a
Tj'Wanted: a quantity of Geese', Eagles' Ualtimore, printed on fine paper the size ANDTRAVELLER'S entitled denorttriti; u can bp
George Graham to
and Swans' ordinary au prize.
Wings.Pensacola. newspapers, folded so as to Inzes;
1st March, 1826.WIVX.WYATT. mike 8 pages ; about one half or four I Comtniotiener of the Gt7 Land Office. REST.1ffi1 'f pa)hble! forty days after the

pages, devoted to practicai Agriculture Should of the TUE Subscriber informs the rAW.ng-and subject to the: usual deduc-
lands pub-
,- the ; any proclaimed for. He tiunt' htteeu
remainder to Internal he has percent
Improvements. sale: at Ullahabsee the opened a house .
INFORMS his friends and the public Rural and Uomestic Economy selec.s- 1827 underlie Proclamation on 15th of of January I of Public Entertainment, ::11 the J. 1J. 1t7RS.

t fc* generally,>lhat he-keeps the aions forliouekeepersand female eaderr sidcnt of-the Unked States dated the Pre the" for house formerly oocupied by Maj. Hal]] A. J.Jl'Ii.Vl'YlfE }j Mntutr.1
that ,
rXiACTTXllt'S: : HOTEL, tnd Natural Historyand Uura 'Sports. 24th of May, 1826, be, from purpose, fronting the public Washington
end will A any cause which Frbuur/ 8, 827.
take great pleasure in accommodating minute index and title whatever square, he has fitted in
page to the not offered at up a Con- .
3, those who may favor -him with whole volume is published, and forward. I time aforesaid, the same public will be sale offered at the venient manner for the reception ef tra' will Orders be left at the renucola ook-Btvr
their custQm. ed with the last at vellers and other His duly attended to.
number of each: volume public sale at the time and table will always
TaJlahaMcc, 10th Feb. 1827. 1 13t A single number will place stated in be supplied with the -
be sent toany one the above pro Jamation. The best which the .-.
who may-desire to see specimen of the commence with the lands heretofore sale to. market can afford, and hia bar with the LL persons who are indebted to
Couveaing, p blication. and will progress in the proclaimed of liquors. Nq exertion will be a the Cleric of tb.e County Corjrt fir>>
i Q11HE subscriber order in wanting on tap of t lie County of
t respectfully informs To all Fditors who will which they were proclaimed' part the proprietor, Ewimbia. are requested to
give the
above to
I his friends that he will still render general satisfaction payment to Mr
continue one or two insertions Geo. to those Hasell Hunt ,
we shall who
i 0 draw Deeds, Bills feel much Graham may favor him with their who ia duly authorised
of Sales indebted,and will company. to recede all fees
t : owers of Attorney and other instrument [i kindness. gladly reciprocate their 9-15t.__ c.rniizioz. His stables are well calculated for a num up to this date, and receipt for the same.

I.l. writing, in the most approved forms I N my: whence Capt. M. Cr pper is au. ber or horses-and a good and attentive M. Crupper,
n the usual terms; and solicits a coatinu- P. S. The American Fvmer is circulated JL thori to receive and pass Ostler will at all times be at hand. JJen."cola Q7th

; nee of their favors. through every State and Territory, ot any mSnies due me, also to make receipts Families, or Gentlemen who may wish Nov. 1&26, Cer-ic....

W. Hasell Ilnnt.l'enuco1a and is written for by many of the most racts for the hire of my negroes, &C.'W itft. oan be accommodated with private a,

7th Dec. 182 distinguished Union pta tiM farmer? in the Byrd; U.Villis.. partments. 4r Jlt TU'a1f

PenUcola, ] FcU. '28th, lS27-$2-tf, Geo. Fisher. ; Executed with neatues$ and

Tallahawec, Dec. ,15-.-1-'f. -m-
: dispatch at this () .

Es .