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: October 26, 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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\OL. IV. (Pr tteiJ1'lIno1lhom.'IIu.) PENSACOLA, FRIDAY I OCTOBER: 2Gtl! 1327. (Open to all parties : influenced by none) v-t0. "3) ,

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PUBLISHED WKKKLT, BT i I I bailshdl pay the costs of the said tcirefa- ants and one or more of.them sh 'u1' 'i ; Sec.-18.-Be it 1 islnll ..
i .I enacted be 1
further to uxecu th.SlIn..' ,
asniuvodirected :
cia, and judgment> for the same shall be< die if the'cause of action should
&ASSLX.SOLK Btr.NlJ. -m- That in all
W. I entered against him accordingly. Upon cases where several per- and make return thereof to

F.DITOH Af DPublithcrof'lke PROPRIETOR such sni render the bail shall he discharged vive to the surviving plaintiff; plaintiffs I sons are sued as jornt obligors in the the court fron; which it issued ; an.I

Lmrsofthc United States and the defendant or defendants !shall be< : against the surviving defendant.I same %writing
or as joint and several 1 where a writ of scire facias i is n'rurn"ll
SOMSCKIFTUN-Y *.ar $5) committed to the custody of the sheriff or or defendants, the writ or action shall .' obligors, and the sheriffor oilier officer ( that the defendant or clt.fetllhnts
Half year 3 other iifiVer attending said court, if the proceed at the suit of the I
desire the surviving .: shall: return on issued not found another -dun' issue and if
Quarter year 1 50 plaimilfor his attorney same, or any process ;
Subscription payabfc in advance. such special bail may discharge himself} oherfelf plaintiff} or plaintiffs, against the surviving against: any of the defendants that the second is returned th.it he or they
( by rendering the principal 01 defendant or (defendants: ; and : such defendant; "is
AnTF.nnsiNO.: Every advertisement I not an inhabitant are not found, it alt ill be consideredas
principals to the sheriff of the county when" in all actions re.il persoud; anJ mixed I{
of his i
of the width of one column aud measuring! | county" the Plaintill'may proceed sufficient service of the writ : aivl
the original writ was served ; and !snci;l either shall die
than twelve lines of this .typc.tir'tiut'rti'JO party between J
: to
notmo'e sheriff. shaM receive such defendant or Ue- judgment against the other no declaration shall be necessary on a
one dollar, each weekly coiilmu- verdict ;and judgment such (death"
: ,
fendants, and co-.ninil him. her or them tithe without any further proceedings wfsve: ; facias.S .
cents loiiffr and wider ones al ;
fifty ;
ance same rate flute and figure woik, jail of said county. and shall give a re- shall not be pleaded in abatementbut !. against the defendant so returned -,: -c. 27. Be it further enacted, t
the eeipt for the body orjuidies of such double price for the first insertion. Advertisements | found/ I whenever any suit shall be com-

will he tastefully displayed, bail ,transmitted or defendants to the! which clerk shall of the he by court th(,' both parties; were livin!!. i! Sec. 19. Be it further enacted, ThVI : I menced on any writing, whether the
according: t't the nature of them, and will Sec. 13 Kt it further enacted : where
wherethe suit was or is depending' ; the I any person is sued as upon} a same be under seal or not, the courtietore
be measured hy l aatterof this size type, hail shall give unit hate notice of such[ That no suit shall hereafter be commenced :! bond or other[ writing by an assignee: whom the same is depending
i inserted .
When inserted! at intervals, (that !:, not -
surrender to the creditor hi attorney or agent in court within tlrs Territory : thereof
any It shall
every wee'v! from the lirst to th} \' ; not be lawful for the shall receive such writing as evidence
h last insertion) each insertion will be chars!' << ; and if within twenty snail days, such ere by a non resident, until he or I defendant or defendants to require ofi I. of the debt or debts for winch it wai ,

tM as a new rt'emento-Amonnt"!! for the ditor.bis debtm attorney or d-:>btors or agent in execution, no he chargi sin(' she, or his or her aeent( or attorney, i the plaintiff or plaintiffi} : proot! of the : !given : and it sh all not be law :d for '.
ahcll1smg)1J.rabte always on tleittuinl.iD shall: file in the clerk's olfice of such : I
or they shall be forthwith discharged out assignment or assignments, unless the I tlv; detl.-ndant or defend .iiis .u -;nysuch
be made
Liberal contracts wilh]
( custody. Hut the !plaintiff or plaintiff c-Mirt, bond! with approved security, :'defendant dufumfonls shall t
those who wish to advertise by the year or annex suit, to deny the execution :>
;; \\LJ* Communications directed to AHnsell \' legal may. execution nevertheless! against afterwards suchdebtol sue' out or debt any who snail be a resident of th i Territory I I to tha pie denying such assignmentor I such writing, unless it !be b) plea
Hunt Post :Master Pcnsncnla vibe conditioned for ;.he payment: of .
assignments *
ors. uitiiout sningnllt a scire faring.rc. an affidavit stating, I supported by the aliidavit of trie

duly. attended ._... y --.- f>. Be it fartltere.iureled. That in all all costs that may accrue in conse- tint such defendant or defendants verily : party putting in su,-h! plea, \viicai.i :
to.th'-- -- '- -- actions of.iss.uilt and bntH'I"ancl"' slander quence thereof, either to the opposite' ) believe, that som nno r"- __ > 04 i ...: %.;< oii.it uiiif.iijtttiy uu piece
L.4.WA E'LOn'ID ., comtut'lIlOi in court in this Territory, to of tiler officers sa'''! such
-- any party, or any assignments; was forged, or make I and be filed therewith at ili3
. ; = -- I ifll1t'jury fiat under the Mim of five I tars, the plaintiff shall not recover any
co'-to; in suit by any of the person aforcs'iid, the time of filing] said 1 I p1eI.: vit &lay: be made{ before any justice of

Sec. 10. l1eit further enacted, for the iniii !paymen: oftht sums ihat Sec. 2;). lie it further enacted, the peace, or bcl )r.- !tpe clc:k ofihu!

f Tint in all actions of trespnfs: and fill may respective! become one to them. That it ::)inll! not he nucessiry! in an court before whom such suit may bo

other }personal actions where the Sec. 14. Be it fuiihir enacted uction upon instrument of ::'rigs: ): depending.

I 'ett court shall not be satisfied, and enter That if any person rosi-1-Mii i l of this! assignable by l lv, to set forth in th; Sec 28. Be it further. enacted, ,

) upon the record, that the freehold I'tlo '- Territoryslnll: : institute! ; !11.' .!fit i i-riny: I declaration or petition, the consideration rr'!fL..t whenever <:ny :mt ii) uivpep l l..ig

;, ti l ki1 ] or imprest of land; mentioned inonli'ht of the courts of his Territoivatu! shed! I upon which such assignment wis: in any of tho carts\ : ofthi* terru ., y,

UIP plaintiff's declaration was after the ins! itutio'l I there', remove marl('. fouii: fed on inv w.-it tag under! the soal
; >
"Kr.All it,funded art re i'latinij}/bll ,the civil Governor Proeee-Vmy and l.rgi, ;I- h lye heou in question, or that the out of this Territory, sucii p'-rson! Sec. 21. Be it further cnactri I or' th0person to- be ciIrg"t} ; time M.uvtIi,

la I ice. Council of the Ttrrttoriof F'.vrida, I trespass was willful! or malicious, if the sh :dl] be bound ;o iiive security far the That hereafter: every charge: of incest, it shall anI 1 nnv o ; I i.vful f for 1:10

'1 tart it shall be the: duty of tiie: plaintiu"} jury! find under five doll irs, the plaintiff : costs of such suit, to be ajiproved; : : of fornication and adultery, made t by any defendant or dele.vi. '> ihui;'.J, o/ a

plaintiffs, in all action* at comni4 Ian, ii : shill: not recover more cotS th.-n by I the clerk wlie! o such su'i i in iv beilependin citizen; ()fh'; s Territory: against: oar special 1 pl'M: to wipe ten, or go .at.)

:1U\.' or thec'Hirtsot r'euttlofthi s:' Territory', in bond! he l, executed of the flmnle slid( be the consideration lit's.icli rt
d'iniHjieg and, where several !!f, 'i t to sex, placed upon \ tvrrul.,
to ,jl .* his, her! 01 IMII! declaration, hc't'nlrhcet.g ; :, personssh'dl
the original! writ; but 1 nevertheless, he mado defendants in actions of h.\I l the said party his or hit agent or the s mw footing as other charges the same manner dS it'tilt' r.iJ u,J&1.1

';:1,17.1 tv'rilsniy be sued out previous 10: trcsp.- s, as nlJlt, false imprisonment, i titorney, under sue I h }pen! ihy as thel"rk of .1 criminal) : nature: for which an action had not been s :tcJ. .1

:filurr the declaiaiion! subject to the regn or rjectment ami upon the'trial tllel'f'- % m iv deem propr-r! conditioned [ w 11 lie :according to the princi- Sec. 29 B* it further enacted, ThatI -

;arlut.. 2.hereinaUei.*.' further 1 specilied.ier. enacted.. That ori;i i- of my onp:or more "\hall\\ be ..irquitter! h_v ti,1' iii'1, p ,.yniesil: of all) cos's that: m :y P Ins of the common: law ; and tl. .: all I the plaintiff ;ill replevin, & uie t;c.cuds .

nal aiului'i stitprort's! ag-aiasl' a defendan verdict everv defondani so :Icqui't'd tccruo! in I"O'C: ({'WI"'"' thereof, c'uher: I and every person or persons, for I ;ant in all other actions, .nay plot i i

or defendants at common I.iw, shall be re- shall; h.ive and recover his cost of suit I to (I-M) iposite p-'rtvor, : ti) any of till I:! whom action would lie, for the spe;-king mauv several: matters, whether of [ ivv

tiiniable tit the fust day of nic, term ncxt : in like manner as verdict h-ul heenDriven : Tiers! ; of such couvt, which buu-.l( of scau.hbus words may hivc: or fact, as he shall think cecessury t for

after they i is.s-ae. crry"1, That ii against: the pin in ills, and acquitted : ill dl be given; in the clerk's office: of I .tn'l, maintain.an action of slander\: for his defence.

cliallbcthr Sec. 3. He duty it further ofc'verv sbeiiff! or o''crj11 '' nil the defendants ; unless-. the inch court, m or b-foro the first day: 1 the speaking of words containing a Sec. 30. Be it further enacted,

( cero who executes on inal or niesMe pro ', court before who.n such: cause shall ; of the n/ixt term of such court, after !I charge of the commission of the offences That no plea in abatement shall be admitted -

cess on a defendant, to insert in his return, he tried, shall he satisfied! } th it theie( : inch; removd of the \pI\ lintill' ; and aforesaid, or any of them, subjectto 'or received, unless tho party

the time of executing such writ ; but should vv'JS reasonable cause for ihe making I 011 f iSlure;] -hereof, iuii) StliIlilvata-y the like principl':sl"\lo- aa.l regulations offering the same= shall prove the truth

k fail to return the time of exnrin: < such -uch! or defendants to"I iv time theraf; .er, be. dismissed on :is are observed in other ac- thereof by oath or afiinnatioa, ,;*: the
wfit, shall not impair tile leturu if executed : person persons i isudl *
; but such fclset'iff or other oliicer shall( action, and shall order it other- i notion; and when any bond shall be tions of shndcrojH words. case may: he, and no plea of non est

tie fined by the court to whom such process ivise ; and( in all cases where jud;j- ; liven in pursuance: of tins! act, it shall Sec 22. Be it further cnarlc 1, faclnm, offered by the party ch.irgwl J

may be rctmnable' fur such f-iilure, a sum m nent'Ijull be 51! veil for the (!I..tl'IHJ.lut I and mav: be lawful; for: tiie t derkofthe That if any female plaintiff: or defendant as the obligor or grantor of a deed, 1 ti

Hut exiocdin; ten dollars be on to motion the suit ill'the lie shall! recover his costs and h'tv"( ex- I 'ourlvhere till suit is depending, to in any suit at lashall; !! marry shall be admitted, unless( it be in hko

and tlerf0111t'110 shall aUo be may liable party to the action of the cuiion for the s'-tlnp. i issue any writ execuritn gainst! the \ I pending the same, the marriage: may: manner; sworn to, and where any person p

1 })t'rso:1: injured.Sec. !. JRc it further r.nnclett, I pl.iintiffaivJ; diPecnfty! ; in lIch bond, I bo entered on the records of the court other tit 111 did obligor H defund-

I 4. Be further enacted, That where Ser. 11. ciausutnfriii'if for( all costs; which miv 1 be adjudged 1 whore tho suit is depending, and the A nt, such defend.uu siiall 'n lkt' 0 HIt

process leqithing bail shall bas x-ruted, it Tim: il) :..11 nr.iious; ofrare i by the court! to defendant; against I husband! made a p'irty thereto, whereupon th it !ie verily behoves: the ,...11;,:* i;
hall not be for the .siifiiri'or, oilier hereafjer ) be brought, where
t( : t'
necessary ,
I s'irh suit and it contin'ruice sh 11 he tile dned of the; dus'he
granted [ tit ;
officer executing such wrii, to take anepp'arauce l.cfelHlant"siull\ dis- the 1 p--intiirin-my; ; I a ; not perso.i, t. ;
: (mil' i> )ml, but he shall take tho; ciofiMiiii; or make shalltn i t1'lV: Ip I iwful for the seve- :and the suit shall progress according obI! !(is:); or gr, nror liie'n'".!.-

;rom, the bail an endorsement on the writ, claim; in iiis or her |jcn, to : any rid oll'icers of; said co::rt to is.suc their 1 to law.) f \Vhere a pli..t in ai* i.ement sat iiit& >ponarguinent ,
which the
i in
Aliening) the name of the bail and lot whom Title or cbiiin to the land theilecl.iration I fee (bi'ls' :1'.=;tiu\ :t the seanity; in such) Sec. 23. B<7 it farther enacted, i be idjnJged insiiitt t nt,

i the bailva< entered ; which endorsement trespass 1 1S supposed I to bo dune by I bond, in the sum H nvinner! tint theymiuht I That if any sheriffor otll'r! Oilicer to I the pLiiff! :;:; hall ieco\v fat f '! -. ..,is: ,
s-hall signed by the bail, and! be in substance and tilt l sS be bv I
as follows, I (or we) .\. B. do herebyHfknowledfre : trcsp'} the defendant i 'iiv 1-iw isv.ie! them against the whom any writ i is directed[, rsqtiirin: ,r r 10 the lime of ')ve1'/ul.1i:.; SIIr.:, ;,[I. ..

tin self(ourselves) special negligence: ;, or involuntary: plaintiff any such: suit. bail, shall fail to take bail, the plaintiff I Se:. 31 Be ii further I'ucul, ,
bail for the) within mimed C. D. in the suit ( or defendants: shall; be ari'.i'iited! { 1'1'III ., t ;r
: Sec. l; lie it fari\rr enacted or plaintiffs! in the action: shall be Tit.It where il'orr .n. au c rd t ,. .S"
that ?! > ,
named in the \\ ii hi! t1iit, witness: nand a disclaimer and i'tjliespass
my to plead ,
'or our hands) this 1 involuntarily Tint in -ill ;and pvry species of actil,11 .entitled, jf sufficient bail is not put one of winch is i.iuity, -nitl! elll'''''' -in-

'fay! of A. B. whic.- shall was by lie't Iigt'iice offer or of suiii-:; I (ol1m! 'IH-'d+i in any of the courts I in previous to trial, if !he or they succeed ; m I TCS are given, the! ..r.Jhl"tJ: \ It uo
and lender
have the force of a recognizance of specialbail cient a surli or he- of thN! ; Territory l !h I iv'svj: jurisdictionthere I I in the action: To hive the ju.lgment gt ei ; bi't! tin? dt'fu.in Ill') j-:>!y

and as such, shall be obligatory on the : amends, for tresptxs, I ii''f:: if( the d-'i'Mid.-Mr! 1 or def: t1l-1 a* well! against! t tho sheriff'or other I to in.- cxj'irt to in.-rii-t: tie J.iry
bail, their heirs, executors and ;idminUtralurs fire the action brotttfiit; wiie-eupoii! orupon "
: jf tho ofluer, to wnoui the s.iid writ is "to di:>rogird sucii fauhy coon*.
and The 111 l iintitf ; anr slnll: : rearive: 'ji county
jointly sevully. giving of thfjtnih! *pV.ni.ifir! : : ; '
{ some l ; the defbo' .Se... JJ He it farther ('' I
directt-i ant or i
-"Dericed and'' as against: : tFiai .li; ,
-uch bait Sh.ll1l1ot be considered -ictioti
an appealance te whore ihe :! \ : + | .
COII\Il'1I1'.. :
-. shall laP ; ; to join\ hSIW, I I
in the suit. a 0 ,"si la! L'" ceniied! by the : tit' ants. ni t4I'at'! if Hie verdict s't tillI I
the vime s !
:Occ.1. /]" itfurther grinned, TIat if tht: : if flueantnr : 1 ( : iii. / ;i i :, U c ) J'.. Illl'lH
whom tho Sec. 24. He it further enacted. pr.oer -
plaiiiUfVot" plaintiffs shall not be satufuc d'l i i iii .u h,tliu' pl-iintiif: i! or ,)1 I.tinlilfs sheriff 1)1" other 'r to I _
: I : ; t"l'* !itvir 1 i ,t* )f t )
with the bulliciency of the bail so tai<.cI, m shall hi) ; tttJlt--U) .II'd i, anti no :'-.I't prort.W'\ d.rtsMe ', .it si! 'dl b
may at the: term ;n which i.u writ i.. ntutnnble >-' .sh.ill. ever be mainr; .uned 1 for I the i.ime.Sec.12. I! tall I.issue? an la I! : is .\"i -ui.i tv't ry o- : ,stintifi'tri'tlt: the term nex.; succeeding a ascertain ihu .suine. If on w issno
or at the next term tnere;,,.,''', iiii enforce : thai '.' }li.h! the m.iv bo I concerning: ; ;several; ui.I.TS; In o ie 3: +
I tlierleij; l( ; d process! ; \ IH re"-II'Y in ; ; to : process '
the mean time final judgment; be lied givfu '- I :!. lie it f:tinker flirted. That: the r.mce of >:;r'i: lief.aidant: : or : returned executed; Piooidcd k however l Count in litiiitiue, n.) verehct; b-,>> *;>.ii-l i

in the cause, object 10 true sutficK-ucy uf : in aLl ci'ses, uhuie ih" j ph111.l ; l li's'udldie : ; 'upe: sherill'or sh ih the return '! for part of them, it shall not oj in error t
the b.,'i;, ptovtdoil iciMiifilii tiniice of tin 'll'lItl.Ull:: .t tl"cu'i: to tho if u not ivipear by i
"ijeirUOjj: UI glved tu'the ol'ioer: to whoijSlvli after >ervice of! process! : : r..r.He other! {proper officer of ;any county in : of the officer that ihe process I hut the plaintiff! shall be barrej of111s

wit was dittoedlied he courtslial fin -I t judi meu;, sucn ;ictio.t si:;* dl not this Territorv. 'i wis exoc-Jte.l tiiiriy: d.lys before title to the things omitted.

}>roer-tl to hear and Grit mine me objecIMIS ah.II'if die Mine: Initihl be ori.;;.u.illy! | it enactcd the retun day, tho cause shaH becontinued Sec. 33. Be it further enacted
Sec. 1 G. Be farther
Miffici ol'tiie ul.Si *
t < the o<
lily l 1'V
maj.n.iined the
and executors '
piosccnted ; unless That the defendant defendant
the : or i
until next term
;; of h I
bail le atlj'.id", cd in,uiliciunt, and othe or adininistraturs SlH i 1 lions where there are more than oneICti'nfaut both parties consent to a trial. shall file his or her plea or pleas, on
g tod hail ajiprotod of l,y the ctnut be not tlaintifi'and) it'the defendant; dif af- the plaintiff conrnvnciMg! Sec. 25. Be it further enacted, I or before the day to which the cause

put III, the lUll >,o objected to shall not final judgment, such action sh ill not : COllnl'wh1"e either That if the suit be brought previous \ is docketed, at the first term at which
; his action in the
thcreny tie dlschal"' ctl And if the plnin abate, if the same might be oripnallyprosecuted ) the declaration the plaintiff: a judgment can be rendered in
t U' hail proceed: tojndgmeiit: against the of them reside, may issue any writ; or j t tI i to '
the I
bail so adjudged insuHidcnt, and the do and maintained by executors writs directed to any cwm'y[ ; where 'I I or plaintiffi: shall not have a right to I' said: cause, and on failure shall not

jim.id lie not satisfied by the re.urn of tin. or administrators of such the defendants or of them may be I demand a trial, until the term succeeding thereafter be permitted to file anv

ill ->t fieri fucias against .t the bail, the sheiilor ; plaintiff, and if the defendant die after any should "I I. the one in which tho declaration I plea to the jurisdiction of the court,
I'roviihd thit
: vttr-
tuner officer shall bp liable to the plain service ot'the process, and before final found ; : I defi-n-I 1 be filed ; in suits! thus nor in abatement, nor to file a special
till fur the amou.it of his demand, rend al diet not be foii'.id! ag-tint liio t| m-iy I
rots of suit ; which may be recovered basmotion l judgment, such action shall not a- dant or defend U1ts resident in the ;t: brought, tho plaintiff plaintiff shall !! demurrer the oVclaratbn1.

against the sheriff other officer,, bate if the same were originally maintained where the :-ictioii is commenc file a declaration on tho calling; of the ;: Sec. 34. Be it further enacted

"r against his securities.Sec. against the executors or administrators county shall not be rendered in cause, or on failure, the suit may for : That 0:1: the calling of a c.tne1 if a
7. Be it further enacted, That in every of such defendant: but thephintiff judgment
; that cause be dismissed. I plea! or }pleas have not been filed, the
shall be *ntierejagainst such action.
\vheie judgment i "
(or )if Ue bttle1(1 his execu- enacted defendant or defendants! shall plead,
any defendant' or defendant! } enacted Sec. 26. Be it further ,
air.t bail ; or against the sheriff! his executors tors or administrators) shall and m ly Sec. 17. Be it further That whenever any writ of scire f a- the pi 1 lintiiTor pi! linriffs: reply, and the ,
administrators ors Ute, the court Irsve scire facias against the defendant That here tfter, no species of action until the -
or > a cias n( the courts of thi* defendants rejoin, and S') on ,
ux.n; motion of such bail, or of such slier" ;! if he be living after the service for personal i injuries shall cease or die issuingfrom: any issue or issues ofhw or fact arch in de i
judgment a-
ifl"r oth roI6cf'r. his executors or admmistrators actions far assault Territory renew
with the
if he died after, againsthis person except b'll id
(or shall
process the and trial thereupon ,
hail a
or any other ill bl"talf.,1'! hisstate, and batteries si,inder criminal gainst tho defendant or against up,
and administrators) to ,
executors flit thus to colt-
eider attachment against the estate sh dd and either party
may an shew cause why judgment )
and much of the action to
of the defendant, returnable to tin .show cause why judgment shall not he so be entered against; such bail, or piece the issue or issues, the court may
next and the eecuuon .. and it such defendant for malidous: prosecution, a* is not
succeeding court ; upon uid by the plaintiffs} ; administrators enter Judgment against him, her ur
t and return of such attachment tin,o adminis- j intended to recover far the personsflin- against executors or ,
executors or failure. Provided however ,
or fosuch
be lawful for the them,
Court shall order the estate teize, or :I than it shall and may
much thereof as will be sufficient to satisfttiiejudgine'itandcosts ) E frators, shill l appear at the return of! \fury 1 ,but,th1t fir any other injuriaJJ sheriff or other officer to whom it is tha the! court 1Jltt t for good c:raso

and all costs a- .. lid writ and not shew or alledge any those herein excepted, an action may directed, to execute thin same in like : shewn, allow! either party :a further
cruing under the attachment, to be sold a': sufficient being returned be brought and m.untained by executors '
in liters or writs of ad : delay, in that or the next *:ircee-tin*
gooiUtaken in execution: upon fl fi('ri f.tia writs of scire t und administrators, or against executors manner as rcsp3fidendum
warned two terra the like ii
or upon liw executed whereno to plead, replv or s'i :
and such J are by :
; out ofthe judy rc Land in like
money and administrators
defen- ,
costs shah be satisfied, and the stirplu f tcias, it be returned that the of action founded bail is required ; and that when party paying the costs ocrjni ned! by

returned to the defendant or defeudan- .1|l1l1t, or his executors or administra- manner with cantos decease such defendant or bail: may reside out the postponement : nol where a eniurrer -
when required. whereby to be sum-, ; contract. And uOthe, defendant
.UN, had) nothing upon 1 district in which stall be overnuVd/Jie. -
of the county or
Sec. 8. Rf. it further enacted. That evesspecial \mined, or could not be found in the:I of any plaintiff; or defendant to any such have been or defendant shill have leave to
bail may surrender hi; principa of damagesh action which by the provisions of thissection any judgement imy ,
before ,ounty, a writ enquiry it shall: and be lawful for 1 file any plea to the merits, which! may
the shill b tiny
court wh''re the with the given,
die persons,
til thereupon be awarded, whicf I will not such scirefacias be : for ihe jus !ice of IT* c !si .
Ufpendinir, at any lime either befote u .. for such action to be 1 the clerk of the court to necessary
*@erjucfgiue it shall be given pencil": wing; executed,judgment shall; begiNtn it shall be lawful directed to tha sheriff other Sec. 33: Be it further enacted,

ouch surrender be made before the appeal for tbe slid plutntifT; his execu-. revived in the name of the executors of the whre such defendant That the court may give leave
atlce day of the fist scinfttciat against th," nnd if there and admiuisirators in the same manner officer county ,
administrators declaration!
bail i 'irs or ; bail reside whose duty to'amcnd tlio or other
returned_ executed, or of the secou defend'. as other.action are pow revived. or may 1
return niMf; Uwio either ca4Cj the tpecia J be two or more plaiutiils or \,
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1 --J f'-. or his friends, so fur as 1 knew; 'Tht I I .r10: f the ,Grand Jory we Lave 81fl .
as: heretofore, excep*' that non uit on,. trin shall be barred rOJiITICAL. I myself I was so .well pprized dpUken and haw ;
to now
us I only
before the 1.. ,_._ .. .. : to r*.
tlerefrom 4in1es3'liQAfc-0 -- --- ---- ,
such amendment shall be ftled imaietiiatoly -- .-- -- -- of the General's: determination; to re. I cord our tcstJl Otl'y,'as to their

on obtaining leave to amend ,jury tiro trom 11 ./t: Jude( isaack's Letter. ti main silent, upott-all subjects) 'calculated I i mgzeal 1 and feiirtessnew. of uotir-_
That respon!
unless for jiood'cause the court give a Sec.:47. Be it furtjer enacted, ::;.::i.U", l'fcu,) 6th tpl. 1e7. to give direction to the progress I, bility. And fur the petit jury

longer lime. If the amendment be any instrument to which the person SIR :-i nail m your paper of the of the election, till it was over, that I deserve fully the s.irne they

t in matter q !lit" .! in nee thereof; of seal, shall be adjudged and by the communications sustain I
i-siycd! conseqiM .lately madu puulic .ject before him; but said that if he fed presentments in every instance
if i it Inm matter of substance the opniHio hulucn to be of Use same force and o- of (jOlt. Jackson and iiuchuouu (Mr. 1>.) thought it indispensable: to and it is to be remembered that theirservice ,
I imined..itelv;;, al1s\V rtbtr.tt blijatjon, as if it were actually s. itltll. ; behalf oi consiitueaus -
party in.iv ; ami m my himself and talk with Gen. Jack- I was much more
I go oppressive
I upon which the suit shall pro- Sec. 4S. Be further enacted, That I an: enquiry therein niudt ol me, son ; the same delicacy which would I than that of tho (;raud Jury

cr<*d as at'nu amendment had been! jurors knowing :my thing of the point I tor whatcvef,1 andy kuuw on thai suU- prevent me, would not apply to him. .

niello! ur he may, ai I last-lection, di- )in issue, shall disclose: the same in 0- j.ject. As iveh on uccuum of the icia- I don't know whethe. Mr. Buchanan The Territory vs. Ben
: maud: a {continuance until the next pen conrt. between me people of concluded when 1 I a negro
lion existing had to go, or not, man slave, charged with the
Be farther enacted Tint I murder V
his doch Sec. 49. ,
1t rJlJ. If the plainlift'ilnumd ( and sell-iiiu
this frequent off
district 1113 our conversation was broken by!i of Mr. Irvin Kent. After full
twelve a
inimcdiately i- after verdict ol' and
defendant no judgment
ration may
I menuoii which J h.ive made uUl'1ngthe joined by Mr. Clay, who'had : fair the
being hearing prisoner
demur thereto for special cause, men shall be staid or reversed), for a- our was conj .
last luo.\ear5Ot. the! ll1atefiJIJHb: ; overtaken us.V walked-together ed
defect fault in writ trdiscloauu c |I on very satisfactory circumstantial
i1.ItUtII the time hemnuefore: men- ny or any original,
: for variance in the writ uy those connnuiHcalioiis ; but a short distance after this, j[ evidence, and the free confession
lii'iu for filing a special demurrer} judicial, or a
as iiic allusion! iiMde to :nu in that uf-: leave and crossod the Avenue ,. of Bell several
I took occasions
till ou
t sbiill h.ive; elapsed! ; but if the defendant from the declaration] or otherproceed-I to sevc
t*lal' i>y oilier prims ; cannoi objectlu in the direction towards board- ral
insuliicionif my persons.
or defendants demand; a postponement legs, or any mispleading, I Ir
:i he propne. ot. me inquiry. The house Mr. Fletdwr'sf) having Tho prisoner was nfdd hand
inir (
of the suit on account of]!f r pleading, discontinuance,inisjoiniug of oa
I : of names ol tb' poisoiis: concerned being went beyond the cro>s-street leading a plantation of this! county, and tho .
'i.1i :tmendment, he, she or they shall j jr.oi : the iNSue, lack of a warrant attorney uni
ii i I Le allowed to file :.special: demurrer or for the appearance of cither already btiore tile lJU ol.c, there icmajn mo..t directly there from the Capitol. I i fortunate sufferer was the overseer-.
.no considerations! of delicacy: : of character of the :I lit that the
the on day of
to l he amended{ declaration.Sec party, being under the age of twenty My opinion appears thaI
36. lie it further enacted, alit yearsby attorney, if the verdict bo stiliicieni 10 forbid: the answer wLJc.hI J answer which General Jackson would I transaction, Ben was tasked as is usu.

"I Tint if in anutinn..1t law' the plaintiff' : for him, and not to his principal, ort have to inuku to your CiIJl.! give to such a communication ide I al, Hul that in tim evening th. over-

omit to nke judgment against the de- for not alledging any deed, letters testamentary -, In the winter of lb24-3; after it to him, was formed from an acquaintance ; I seer told Ben, he had been idle through

or commission of administration : was known that; Mr. Clay had not received with the mall, and his conduct i the day, and that if he quit the fu-ld
defendants for
I 1llll!;.1H or ) failing: to .
a sufiicient number. of elu-ctoral And I felt willing \ his task he
plemi, when by the foregoing pi ovis- to be brought into court or for 1 during the canvss. I without finishing; would
ions he might; so take judgment, the the.omi-sion ofthu words "with force votes to bring him before the House ; or .rather yielded, that Mr. Buchanan ; punish him in the ano: mng. The o-

defendant! or defendants at any time and amis" or ,'against the.peace" or of Representatives a4 a candidate(] for who was then, and has ever f titer negroes had completed t.\oks

I before a writ of inquiry is awarded &. for mistake of, the. Christian name or Presidust ; and before had- heard. :" since been, his friend and efficient I taken. their. supper and {(one__ _to. rest. ,

fnrd I jud'jmcnt: piven, plead any pIcas surname ot either party; sum ol" money I I of any indications being given by him, j supporter, should satisfy himself off when they were arousru I L oy a n3e: i\\

the! filing! of which is riot by tins: act quantity of merchandize, day, 1 I and his friends, of the course which : the General's cour, by a CQiivers'i- ; the overseer's house, and :)n going tosee

p .. limited to the first term, but where month, or,year, in the declaration or I I they ulfiaiately took in the election: ; ton! with him ; and J had but lit.h'j whit: was the nntter, they met

snrJi! ulei! or pleas are filed, the plaitiI pleading, the names, sum, year or I met "itr'Jr.: : Markley, of I'enn. in curiosity: to know wnatthe result of itwas :; Boa, whom they challenged; with lnvaig -

till' ni.! y wave his right of" trial at that quantity, beinjrght! in ; ny part of the the Lobby of the H. of ll. in then : ; nor 1.4 one word passed between beaten Mr. Kent, to which he

tern:, and have a general continuance record o.. proceeiingsor for the omission : JIg a l little: before the meeting of: I : Mr. Buchanan: : and myself bout answered insolently, he diJ not c"-reif

of tw! cause. "this he is ready to verily," or the Ilousa ; we were sitting on a sda j jou I it iro-n! that\ d iv to I tli!>, thai I now re- he had.-Then followed j tniin ofcircumstances

.-:'er. S 7. He it itjurtnrrcnaeiea, "LLL1S lit' is irr&il I o vor'tfy l>... tlto& ro tin) rttrlit WIMP from the door ; Mr ; me a.wr.! I was however told a few fully satisfactory a& to

I 'Thv from any cause the j issue or issues cord]," for not all!dgng; that the suitor :Majkfiy! ifltroduced 'flie subject of!! days after in very general terms, by the guilt of the accused-the witnesses

I : I he not nnde] up at the r.me J'ere- action is wiihin the jurisdiction of the-approocliingPresidential} election, '\ TH".n!, : Chi orne, Esq. formerly a thus far were all negroes,and Ben'i

_, a '5n :.' .'...r'rilwd, !lre COiL sh ill possess i iH; ('oun. or for any informality: in HIHi i spoke ctn'ouragingly of Gen i I memuer\ of Congress from this state, fallow servants. There was no white

thei'k'1 power at t :irh suh "quemcdlmjj ('11 ering; up judgment by the clerk ; J:, ksol1, 's prospects of success, to i I and then at Washington: that .Mr.13u-' person on the plantation except Mr.
I neither shall entered which I \\ rV readily assumed. Mi. had informed die General of of Ben
; : of th suit, until th0i-,:. or any judgment ; Ct :nan K- nt. The confessions wero

4'. 1 i is-HX-s bo completed to compel% I thc upon confession, or hy niJ'il dicit. or Mtirkley,:lowever, proceeded further :I some intriguing that was going on, and to respectable white men, one of them

p-rJies lo ("().n"1} te tho suno.S Ii')!! suisiinforiiititus he reversed, nor and with more than ordinary interest that so far. as he could, he had put an an officer of this court. No one who

I (',.. :38. Be it further nwctfd, A-jatigiiienl: alter' inquiry of damages I Hid earnestness (:as X thought) insist- end to it. From which I took it for heard the trial entertains the least ..

: 'fl: :1 the I m t1 t', k "Inl\! endorse oil ill I I f he stayed or reversedoi! auy omission ed that Gen. Jackson, it elected, granted that the conversation had doubt off he correctness of the verdict.

: pie is the time! when: (filein'!, lie shall, or fnilts which would not ir.ive: been might to o/woint Mr. Clay Secretary! taken puce, and resulted as I anticipated. Our statutory provisions on the sub-

.' iij.on the s-pplictiion) : of cither party) ,'o/Jd cause to stay or reverse the judgment of State, *\. urged to me the necessity : This, is the only definite overture ject of slave felons, are highly credit

: issue 1I'j'Cl.1;! is for witnesses, as soon I Is i if there Lad! been \crdicf.. having the thing so understood; &, I coming within my knowledge( able to the good feeling and hum.mi-
Sec. > lie enacted Thatin said that Lo wished! 'lr. E connected with the Presidential election all
I 3 liiev: ;s :vsued. I :0. further to see tion ity of onr legislators. In respects

I Sec. ::3::?. /t it furl It er enacted, ) ;'ll cases; the 1'1.l' ntitf shall endorse about it. In answer to thai, I stOke ; while it was pc-uding before the they have the same mods of trial: with

: Timill powers of attorney for con- :in a memorandum hook, to be kept by of my own high regard: : fr :Mr. CIIY ; I Hoise Ilepresentatives ; and these white felons ; indictment by tho\

1 f.svin-jorjinSllirinirjudfrmeni to pass: by ) lire dork 1 fur that purpose, what species but told :liin tint as f om ( ;"11. J ..tckI are the material: facts iu regard to the Grand Jury, and fair and open trial

.ftlJIr! or otherwise, and all !generalp'ltMses of action ho has brought, arid it !I. son I conid siv. nothing, I lid n-l: !|I Ii manner oi'its communication, to which by a jury of twelve h:use-holders, before -

of error, nude or to be m.ule shall be the duty of the clerk to cn.dorse i know whit his intentions) were UMOII! I was privy. a Judge of the Superior Court of

hv any person or}persons whatsoever; ihe same upon the writ, that the : the contingency nn-nfioned, :and c-jn-: I i'hue! conversations, which I have the Territory. They may challenge:

within this tci iritory before action i uilicer executing; the same, may know I soquently had( no :authority to commitnicate ;; now iiiven, both with Mr. Markley twenty jumrs peremptorily, and ri$

brought,shall be and are hereby declared whether bull is demand'ihlo! or not. f any thing< My 1 ohj-ct t%'.;.., to 'iI and i\l r. .Buchanan-and the remaiksvnch many others as they can slio-.v CAUSOag'iinst.

i ; to be.ibM! ,hjiely null and void. Sec. 51. lie it further CH acted, Thai I I let the mutter presented by liiis pan \ \ : t followed the latter, i is a literal And when the owner ot a

,I Sec. 40. He it further enacted, no person or persons sir-ill be arrested of the conve/sation rest: jut: when I ; extract from n correct.copy of a letter slave: neglects to employ c nnsol, th*

; Tint the pl.iintifT defendant] ; shall upon any oriuinnl! or me.sne process, I found it ; and that the: proposition : wr tten by me to a-fiiend on the lOLl court is directed to .issign counsel, and

have: a right of percmlory challen; u or required to give bail, uuU:>s upon (I made should neither bc'conuof :n nor -.' f of Augnot last, in answer to one re- I' authorised to ahlo .v a re son..b1e fee,

: to four of tho} jury snmn!onr',.l awl! i, :iKido-vit being-tiled, wIth: the clerk of I; less 'cig :t fron any iutz: I ni/ht; ct'ivtMrom! him: on this subj.jct : not exceeding fir y dollars, to he med -

i I inureover sh..11 possess the riirht of I: the courier justice of the peace: : fioni I say; f itr 1 kno1 nothing tii.tt 'v.d i! i I Sm:'(:' then, I hive read Mr. LJuciunm's I j in the bill of costs. In this! c.:*

I ch:illen m j as many; others as he nn [i which, sum process; ;i-, about to be is- ciiablo mo to incU.'ie it' either: uav ; k'ltei of the 8h: of the same: I Ben's master Dr. Mitchell, enjoyed

; tlhct'CuJ'l '. cause I for so d'miir. Nopi'vsinan suei!, staiiniT that th; ul'i liniilFor pf1intjHs :ant1. I sought to be so rn.ieratoo.l.; ; : \ j month, in whicii 1 fmd thai he is able as good counsel as our bar afi ;i-d:;;,

} ) surgeon, or minister) of( any ;, or }his agent or itt OI- H':: :u: the I Here I ihe con\ers.itiou: ended.ri I ;:. j t S Hht".cwfly: ;;! lo himself, to fix the date I and in all other respects aflbrdcJ ,ibo

relitriuus society, shall LC compelled ('> :: case may !be, verilblens(: (that llu: words used in it I h'lVl1I0t :atteinoii-.l, of iii3 conversation! wi.h Gen. Jack- I prisoner every aid in his power, without

seivc upon; a j p tit jurv. 1 I person or persons: ,uriinst: \vhon} : sjcii !, 10 gis.', but their in-ort] wusvii. ;;.,l 1 :-'-1:1: on the SOiti oi'December, 1324, t manifesting: any disposition to

>'e"41.. I lie it f.irthrr. cwcu1, .iroccss; j is ubur.t: to i snew.il, : : le LV,: iluj i hen'..: stut -'l.I I II fr'Jin certain data. 1 have none that; j I impede the regular course of the law.

: *i'Ji.u n i any court reiu-e* 10 s.-jn: a hIi j I j I fer-'ilory or movo his proper-y out I After the adjournment of th.- II- ue I Ih L'li.iCi me to state the .nr cise tiin.LXCtt ..: Indeed, throughout, the Doctor's deportment -

**tfexception!!, uhfii ihw satj.' i is ten- !uifthes.une I I before judgment;' or othervisu h 1.1 the s .ill(' day, I met with ?'1... Bn- !: for the dates referred to by was that of a gentleman

'aln'.1! to heiii for tli.it p'' 'P j .)otj, it I I.s'.I p \ 'ibsrond so that! the process of 4--a; :m!ii-u of P( Hl1. on the way to our I ..MiII.. which I [pro-nine are correct, humane muster: and good citizen.In .

1! he lawful for three} !persons to !j! the court after! jud :iDent cannot: / be io'ly'iii'S: (shoul where wo p.issod: time _I should: have thought it might have the case of Bon found guilty ol

: *siiin:! :h,' sane, in the presence: of 1 the I' executed, and upon :such: ;afhM.ivit! being (!UdU \llrl: that surrounds! the Oipitol ; I been a week or two later-but could the murder of Air. Kent-on yesterday -

( sr; judge, and also that the sane j.i filed, the clerk sSiall!! endorse ti.-u we Wilke.l{ to eUicr about half a mile, not from memory, have fixed upon judgment was arrested, and

t \v.tsjH)<'>"nrd jo tin j'idi'e: and he refused I. bud is requited and the ampunt thereof taking tli] ." pavesnent; ; on the left sido iiI(' exact taw: with ccrtainy.I the prisoner remanded for another'

I to sign:: it, which; bill shall be as which sh-ill in no case exceed tin.ainoun .- :jf f 110;t. Avenue..-The pouts: on/ which trial. Idem'
: will add that when Mr.
} 4 \:!]l.d: rind have the same fore*, as I ; which the !pl.iintiff in hi> affidavit our conversation: turned, 1 will relates only -+-
asked fur ot his
; lh!'ju ;!:1 ;: were signed: by the nidge! of!. states ha expects to recover s; 1 now recollect 1 them. Upon our Clay an investigation contained Territory of Florid d vs. William 11.

i; .s.ii : t .'un ;iotlthH eouit sh:'ll permit from the defendant or defendants.Sec. falling; in together, Mr. B'lch.mn lot j conduct, upon the matters Vangkan for horso stealing. In this
in Mr. Kromer's letter. at an
,' (( tlii- :-tjnr to he t filed. and_ .become. a 5': UK it further enacted, That me know! thttl i 1". :\i..ikley Irid been i j period of the debae I made some case the evidence was circumstantial
_1 4 jr-rf 01 Ute record. And if the judge I time service of a wril whereon''no bail tuUng! with him: und had; ) pressed of it and -bnt so well connected and so strong!
remarks in favor voted -
i .TI1 lefuacs:: tu let the same be filed be l the | their verdict of guilty
as aforcsaid I isreqiurcdshali by reading writ him for iufornniion! on the subject of I ibr the proposition both generally the jury made up
t : the court of appeals tnav .to the defendant, or delivering him a Cabinet app )i11HIIPUTS. in the event ; in a few minutes, sentencing the
b I and with special insu! cuoiib: throughout. -
L. when! such cause ,is }brought }before.! copy thereof, or leaving such copy alI of G'!n. J ck.-ou\ election. I soondisovere1 1 wished the affair then to have prisoner to receive twenty-five lashes,

them, by writ of error or appeal', upon I his usual place of abode with some from: :\1 r. Unchamn's conversation traced HIpay! a fine of five dollars. Onth'.s
: been taken and : to us origin,
4 lifiidavit of such refusal, admit such white member of the family! above that the uropomion to him I i'i up cliecIn ; nntter our law is worst tlr-ui
n1tilJmow likely to be -
oy S !
hill: of exceptions as a ol the the-ige fifteen and lame the assig-ici! is,
part re-
years, informing had been varied from tSiat! ; made to mo .1, ill disclosing the ex unit and charac.er punishment
cord. said while: person of the contents in the morning, at leas: present'':! Sn of md ihe whipping: not more than fifty lashes,
ihe transaction guilt;
Sec. 42. Be. it further enacted, thereof, or if he will not hear the writor another view. The ::!.rini t'ou I I and a tine not excee.tflg five hundred
Th.m .11 ;actions; which shall be receive a copythen throwing down which seemed to be sorht through! or: mnoivuce of the persons implicated doll.irs. Horse thictcs are almost

hrought'upon any bond or bonds, for such in his and shall! ih.ii that which he present mveaiigation : the classofmvn :
copy presence; : Mr. Buclwnan, was an: -issbo .t: ;11111 11\ After all always from amongs: poorer
itfords. it must oe
)pavmcnt of money wherein the plain- not be }lawful; for the sheriff or other relied on, that 5fr. 1.7'/w !cIJltld ; ; a fine therefore is meivly

.- tilf shill; I recover, judgment slid! be ofTicer to return that he was kept ofT} nfit be continued in the State J),- :!;' iitniued that public op mOil is is wrll ihe nominal: as it cannoi be iuforcad, .md
duCt cd for the }penalty; of such Ea-.', by f force from executing such writ, & 11un'Ve talked abnnt the" ;.:.':>'1. I greaf arbiter here, tfiai ,of or t facts for the whipping! it is pretty much tiia.
be formed evidence
to be discharged by payment of the ,{ when any writ which the sipou for despicable
I' requires sitions and their probable tH'..riLrs: : on : nd! before it. 1 have same thing ; any one
t ]irmcip.il; and interest due thereon, sHeriff or other officer to take bail, the ({le tioll. 1 expressed time ftslles-! I I circumsi "nees inclination enough to steal, would stand fifty
: 4 and! the oher costs of suit, and execu- and time d"fen.lant: shall use arms or conviction that Gen. J'ickson: w ,11 1 Out) reason to disiru t it ; nor the lashes without changing countenance,

linn) ?.li.ill issue thereon accordingly ; threats to keep off such sheriff hemll. give no assurance as to who woul.i: o' ; mnrniess: the ability: to direct it. to such men the disgrace is nothingand
I fi oi -before judgmeni: the defendant; .. in Ike throw down I li'ive sud, that in the conversa-
manner, a who wonM: not be appointed, and rh the chance of acquiring a good
sir. II hpnjr into court the principal and copy of the writ in his presence, and his friends could not s-y anv thing on ;on with i\l.: Marklsy, i spoke of horse, is well worth the risk ala Hog
:4it in-rest! due thereon he shall .uI:' own high regard for Mr. Clay,
be discharged return -"a copy lef,, whereon the the subject. Mr. Buchanan suggestedthat gm?.
5 and I now that.1 did so: with en-
II and say
i : judgment be entered plaintiff may order an attachment, as : he thought the subject ought to There have been several present-
iT for the costs only ; and in any action in cases of a common return of a "co- be well considered-that an answer! tire sincerity. True.friend was of Gen.per- ments for minor offences ; disorderly
sonal and
of debt on a single bill, or in debt, py left." would political houses breaches of the &c.
1 be expected. These t understood -' peace
Jackson and had the
[ a scire facias upon a judgment, or in Sec. 53. Be further enacted, That to be his apprehensions-If nothing throughout ': &c. ; and it is hoped that the result
ZL1 debt bond if before action I I he canvass, if -efficiently, at least
upon : service of I
process upon any one was communicated which :! will operate as a wholrsome correc
.. on !
I [his election
the 10 Meartily, supported ; yet j jit
brought defendant has paid the memuer ot a mercantile or other firm, Mr. Clay and his friends could rely : tive and salutary example In every
;' ; principal and interest, due by defeasance if the other persons composing the -Th/it Mr. Adams would have a was known to many of my acquaintances '> instance the presentment of the GrandJury
Tennessee and
both in at
I I ,on condition, he may plead payment same, do not reside or are not within manifest advantage] over Gen. Jack- has been sustained by the ver-
in bir. Washington, that (at least do'vn to'
I jurisdiction of the court shall be dict ofthH Idem.
in tho
son contest ; because it had already next I petitjury.
-) : the of the conversation
Sec. 43. Be it period ,)
further enacted, as valid in law as service-- were had been rumored, that if elected, Anxious to lay the charge of Judge
: I to Gen. Jackson I should have
private acts of the Legislative upon the whole of the members constituting Gen. Jackson would continue Mr. preferred Randal before our readers, we have<<

p Council may be given in evidence, it, and judgment shall be ren Adams in his (then) present office, Mr. Clay: fur the which Presidency.The withheld our paper to an unustnlly:
without' pleading them moi'dying( change my opinion ,
specially. deredagainst the firm accordingly. and this would be turned to the account late hour, and all to no purpose ; as
Sec. 44. Be it further enacted, : Sec. 54. Be it further enacted, That of the latter ; on the other kind of that gentleman soon after from some cross accident or other, wo
That juries dc mcdietalc underwent, may be of no other avail, ,
lingua may : judge-shall attend have obtained the copyV c
any not on the election of Mr. Adams would not yet
: necessarily m.o I misunderstood I
than teach how
: be directed by the court to be sum the first day of term the to it confidently for next
I moned. any court leave the Department of him. J. C. ISAAC KS can nromiso
be adjourned by the :Marshal or State vacant. And as he insisted tint week. Idem.
___ .....__.
Sec. 45. Le it -,.. -- --
f -
further enacted other officer until motions in
12 o'clock the second the effect of these circumstances oucrht. -- There have been arrest

: That interpreters may be sworn trujy day,and it shall be the duty of, to be counteracted. That Gen Jackson DOM STIO.__ of Judgment in severtl: cases. In
I to interpret; when necessary, the the clerk at that time, to continue all ought to be informed of these From- -the- Florida- "-:-'-=::=:-Advecalt- V VV Tallakatatt-- tInt Negro Bun, and in that ofVm.

I : ; Judge of the Superior Court at St. causes, until the next term. matters, and mentioned Mr. Eatonor Octiber 13. H. Vaughan, with olherH ; but .nothinsr -

Anii-stinc: and Pensacola, shall appoint Sec. 55. Be it further enacted, That myself as most suitable to make Superior Court. definitive is known at the time of

some. competent person, well this act shall be in force this going to Aavntst:
from and. the communication to him. I perceived The Court resumed iis session Monday paper press.
-1 skilled, to execute the duties of interpreter after the first day of March next, and }{ and admitted the effect which last,and persevered uireraitingly: : through many doubts and diCbulties, the I N 5t

--i of said court, and the said interpreter (hat the act passed December 30th, these circumstances might have on the I i the week, in the despatch ofbu, iae and serious seonn to be, i .. egar'l.f; die*
[ civilca3 havei
: still the
as was anticipated,
shall receive one dollar for of the Term hollon over
regulating judicial proceedings event, (ifsufh means wero to be used i I i I not been disposed: of; \( was not to hue utillioriz'itiuu .
.. each suit in which his services may be. and all other acts or parts of acts I and regarded.) I spoke of the I been looked for-=such was the .ccnmld .. I to the sacoa'i week. lids m.itter: of
---1 required! to be taxed in the bill of costs. consistent with the provisions of position respecting Mr. Adams being lion of crimnal\\ causes, each_ involving j serious,doubt whelhpr tm.court, under

: Sec. 46. Be further enacted, That act, be and the same are hereby, in-t continued iu the State! Department as t1: more or, less .difficulty j$ ,and. delay. .Mture!J j :otirstajutHryfptOiyiStio.niaJena i ..ctfholl; !
doui pro-j
; 'has P.D than We bi&uppoied '
tA: vcrJ person desirous of fufibring a : pealed. Approved Jan 10th, wholly unauthorized by Gen Jackson'I bAt I Ib, t / _. -S-- beyoud te1 te. rJ.;1Jtplat1ings

L ":,". .a:;:., :' !!:,.,;.j. 'i... /,"<."........,>.......'"i...'.<.#..:,.-...,.....'.....,.,"'.,."". _...!:. .1.!,:..,.-" ..f/i':....'i''f":' ..";...\ c....'..'"%.- '.,....-... ,;.. \f--. "_.V.'. J, 4i5;' J,r'.w.. _,"."" \f.:_}",'<',-I .''',''- ..; -: : -.




l.ilIJOBNE.l.4a.)} Oct. ft. 18'27.. r oUr City ; but when we"see in distant paper r.ent to repeat, ho attacked the r'"-er3 practice of Gacikj'u oar ,
; to'urh.ltatemeuts. k*,tbe Allowing, it is men'l Law- iYefl of t'tt S
four o'clock on the morning and after culling them Yankee 1)ir : very pro per""style it.
About our duly to notice them. I, It is however of
worthy remark; yet
01 JJr.dNestlal'Q t, our citizens !DerearMr.41d letter from /gentleman! on &c. he presented a loaded pistol to then. in granting thi power to raise a

from their slumbers by the board the U. S. ship John Adam at brest of a boatswain's mate of mmg [ ?"Kula, a smalhr-blunskf bas und

Calling maul of the try of Fire Pensacola, dated 10th Sept., announces and threatened to blow his brains out, ':: mfte.-" Page lit, Sec. 2. provides we .

firoitfhotit our streets. It teas found the death of JOHN HOME PCKVES My man unfortunately, was as intoxi- if my per.oii shall keep R house, Of
in Ki hcftise len\
playing at faro ..
that fire had been communicated toihe i British Consul forFlorida, on the 9th cated as the captain, and having a pis :, he "shall furfeit: and pay fifty ."

Court-House, and the flames had I He was one of the ,numerous, victims I tol in his pocket, loaded but not primed :; eah,and every offence," &c. A's this ;:1

ma'/" such progress, that rotwithandlng -I daily swept off by the jreliow fev&I"1 he managed to get away until he vion is made in the disjunctive; by the 9tb

( the utmost exertions of the j then still raging there. The writer I pruned, when he shot him in !both legs, otlhe\ word "or'% it follows thatthe and ve
& attiches "
and a numerous crowd of; that of board, the I and the cuptain now lies dangerouslyif <' pam t- If any person d d-
citi-fns I says thirty cases on J'kejp a house"-Why, what then / -
'f.tra7lgCff, (the Circuit Court being : John Adams, one only had died. The I not mortally wounded.* 1 was asleep :::; j4>all forfeit and p..y fifty d. '* there

ill session) the Ctiurt-Houu, with : interior of Florida is, said to be 't at my lodgings, and the boat.swiiti's I::' the glory of Legislatio'n.: 1 have r 13 1l.1t.

elm".t tlif wholt of its contents, warntjr(13' healthy." I' mate was on shore, contrary {Ac phrase IIlli erl.ici loqucns", but
2 i is
consumed. We believe none In the above there is one sentence calculated to my orderwhich were explicit to iu the manner of lush bulls making What W.CTp-11.

flfthe, records of the ( 'ourt terc de- to convey a very incorrect idea-it U all, never to remain on shore after' keeper in Pensaeol.i ever before d at
>ratied. I orinnafc for Claiborne. the !I this ;_h He was one of the numerous victim sun-down. I was called immediately that, b! keeping a house he was was

s aomins'wyiu : tens cairn, the least breeze 1 then* daily still raging swept there.off by" the The yellow remainder fever of, had him put in double irons and. against provided the 1 Statute in kuch case made

from linnet ani/diirction. would have j the paragraph is strictly correct, and we conveyed on board the Revenue Cut- See 3. Page 102,, That the pro\'i
ftc distinction of a large ; that the! who wrote the where he awaits his trial for .,
prodnrcd presume gentleman, ter, an attempt of tfiis act siiall: not extend to, or effect
ptrtinn 'ft our toirn. It is supposed !. letter, was not aware that Me WHS circulating to murder, a* soon as I can see i iI i hoises as way (b? licensed in this
communicated by some erroneous 11n1)res5ioIs-such, however, i is i Claxton! ConMiodoie Rid ryLJTcct: what docs this mean :
iras I Capt. or
the fire stated Mud g-
I the fact.Ve have heretofore i thoiglu it was a /
lik .fiui r1-ike hzccndiary.41[ !C. w*. now repeat it, there has: not (been at an\ ly, neither of whom are here. I am fit anc should Im\e been typographical printed affect ;

Tc ( 'irruit Court for Monroe I j time' duriug the past Summer, more triaii present the commanding officer of the 1 cjlled 10 mind the information, '-

is iHiir in Session, his Hon.Chirf {1 three deaths in nir City ill a day-mid only 'I navy on the Island." tron my neighbor and mentioned
County one day was there as many : and the total turner 1l11II1 )cr-lhat his
The officer further states that the Excellency
LirscoMB presiding. -
Justicr =-
is only ThirtyhYCVe were in :J'nw.u during guui several hundred dollars S
]( ;'is iiocbngio hwntiiiittftotnitntss tne whole season, ana believe this inhabitants have given him letters confirming curt a Printer, in icfiomAcre could

{>ic Dumber of state and criminal cases strictly correct; and yet reports are circulated the above, &:. KeyVest mistake ; anrf(, bides, actually Intent

winCh crowd our docket We under throughout! the Union, that we' was very healthy when .ue w; f.l'-', t'llCtd the revisal of the pro-jf-slieet.s, I t Bay.

have had numerous victims daily sweptoff" 2} the John A-i.mis was daily selfj! 1 tnerefore concluded that the I I
capital Sept.
stand f fare are or eight ( ; I
by the Yellow Fever "FalsehoodUies was in the original, and imputed it
be tried at the present term. and Truth after." expected, to carry: them !all to Pcusicol York
casts to comes lagging _1 IT .d. style_ alluded to above.I I -,
[IDEM.a :t, ana the Hornet was ai me utter ce 1)4.-You see I begin (!,, j i :: S.
... Superior Coarf.-It is with much regret I C. hcii> to the S
_. _:. place. pin open budget! Au I I F. H.
that we announce to our readers the probability I divorte Chailolle Courter" "
: w a :ta !l that the Term of th j Superior Court j II iVe arc informed by the gentleman who here's'II'I1.I"ur: To jon come ajjdl.i." j I I A II p.o.II S

::--- of West Florida, which should! be held on wrote thee! letter mentioned above, that Cjut. same :70.11.1 w.is \orced the year ,
the first Monday of November nextvill lie Robinson has aince>> recovered of the wound.Editor ViOlti.see the voltmie! of Laws II U. S. S

lost ; in consequence of tile absence of [ Pez. (j :;de lallul.isje1 I tIlti: ; W inch other ,t111i ) Hycr

his Honor Judge Brackcnridge. -- -.-:-. : ---- ; rails ;.he flne, Laics ; either because I.I .

A Setter received from Judge B. dated cJx 't'1.U'll.C 4 J.i.q.: paiujiiU'l WHscoveied with blue I
Tallahassee Sept.24th, says 1 shall makemy ._ _. ,.4! -- -- beraise he thinks tiles cuntents I'c : Or.

preparations to go on to Philadelphia 1'or JILt 1'tiMicjluAO. (iLlZt::,. or contrasted with time famous blue _
immediately, considering it unsaf to hold iTo \. Connecticut. But, I digress. This II New .

tIle "Fall Court at IVnsacola." This idi-u! the ,Uembura of ttie Le- tinatc woman, as 1 said, was .
excited the false statemeirs which by Act Conned, hvf.tie.
was by Cottgicds: :: i :
were wntt'Mi fro <> this place to T

:1 see, concerning the sickness which: : }n.'dil- L 'r Lj1 in) u, Hit.-. thistles I teedmgsof tliat Council ; and among : .
ed here. On receipt of this leitei several mude a te.\ .. j)(%ir ui ooat:; \ -- communications were addressed to the .. vicious legislation ( .lll OUI S':IJt{ - illiDAY, OCTOtiLK 26th, 1827 Judge, to correct his "errroneous imprtaRioiK ed it) vI')
I'criff Sans J'ellr. hut it was too late -he went beioie ilonou Cilccu IC"Lllulg from it. l'' sueh has been the enactments '- .5

c--- -:.:- -;--=-=-- -:- -.:=-- :---- :: ,----- _' these letters reached Tallahassee.Aerain have .ilso 'uiced .it Hie sl tiaije "ou>e 01' meuts and repeals! that she will find it !
JIIJ III (;ulIjll1gratiorll.conuB fi o..ning on the 2nd Oet, Judge B. writes lauguagi by tnrme.r Council, ho. titaer}' cult to tell whether sko is wife Camp
Nubilt .'' the! distrcbsiii intelligence, "J tejoicti to h'ar of the decease: of the iiom uoiM-ice 01 d-> ;;.i lai escceued: u I maid lucre, It Chmljtte! Coulter !!

t'l.i! ,'. lt'ilunai I man led a second husband, after the

Ilt..d.ult, tile commercial part, WitS tr-- what 1 can iearnthe puncipal cause of the imicmumry. To you, .owevei \\ e 10tJh. j age of the lust act of divorce and b I ) yth,
sllI.H.d by tire ou Saturday last, 20th diminution in the number of its victims, is I for a }IJUI"t' :tyic. uod hope: to see at IC.Ilt was repealed I by Congress whose .

- Octv-'iT. TUt" fue, it appear, commenced the witndravval from the Town of nearly I coiUuiini sense: and coiistaleucy iii LtgIsi.t- I would she now be ? Or would she be ( : -_-_
ill A.i-tin's 11 ttc'l, on Itinal street, between all the American population ; #-tiltl! I cannot t toii. j siiall conl.nue to julio>v the sttmc 10 an i.uliument for I Ligumy! I -C S
think it safe for to volume in before I criticia.il .\ ii.i' Tin- [line Laws, boil ro of ;
IuUj) >.i..i and St. Francib' Streets ; and any one I des.iito.y : tU.lCt.L..4 ja : cr I spoken ,
piiKK'..cd outh as t.it as Government f..ost" The accounts from every, j:subject tii::.l lucets ;n v e) e, .l.' i JJt.l inc. tied the! powvr of divorce to the I

S. '' 't s-pn-adiujf SVen to Custom HOU-P other somes nre much less favorable! than j lailaiiasic! Oudge:. for it woui.j puzzle I Courts ; but, fur s nne cause, no : .
aud 1 fear zeal fin tin- welfare i buluiiiou! ..'iJ good one, the Council; chose aUo. I
ai..l :'1. .J iise.11s Streets, and Eas to the yours, your t ; :! point out tIe most ou-I to '
Km i ; S\\t>t'i'lIg many stales and buildings of the Town, has somewhat influenced! :'Jf.'dlut.IUll'i c.'tiptcr ami voiser.i cise: it tlietusoivcs: ISoi is tins the ;, : Ibtr-t' in
bn ,<% (\m.Hh''CI..1 ituvv on the vvharvei, youi judgment." I hope you will havv j jno ,4e: aj-; .ice. 7 and y of the Jj'oodycoile 'stance of a luluctaiice: to sun under ,; 0 h of .

fr.i.i. ;a: : j-'iancis' to Ciovprninent Street ; rctuni of the fever this season. Tne -i'lie foi'iuur IU-,':>: cnues the (pmti h- :fter it :had been reposed in the !

am, !i. \* !Ile of the South side i of St. state Pensacola%, and the death of die me.it 01 D-'ath to tfie crime of Rape of .\ file Councils by ieteAtcd{ ('na "

I ,.1..1.. >ti .et, Oil the North from the Marshal, induces me to go on to Phil wvl11<1u" ; wniie tlie latier for similar abuse have confeired on the County : a .
"...;; .1 ninenteuient: : with the excep- phia from this place." And a letter tUt'I-1 01 any "' wom-Jii child under tilt age: power to giant Iiceii-.es: for Kenies: : feet

r. :,'\ f \\ hite's, corner of St. Francis ceived from Tallahassee by last mail, informs often yeaiV pruudeo, only the puniaiiuicut still, not dating to trust the forc&uiu. very S
iA i j.d :Mreets ; and the Cotton Press, us, that Judge Brackenridje leit that ot pillory .nd tinnyline stripes."Strange continue: to establish; Korrie and nose
i-;,. .'1' of lloval. and Conti Sfrrets. And it place 00 the 6th for Philadelphia by land' sdi a dllerence there should be, censes; themselves. Wisdom is a .." : in Vir-
Bracken is 'TwIxt tweuUiU duiu UiJd tweedlc deo.1 tribute, but becomes even more
i- .iitt that some buildings, beyond the departure Judge ridge \Vcl'-
llYHanrs! mentioned have been burnt. much to be regretted, as it deprives the 1 numbly tm.iiv tile WCK snuiild nave, at when combined; with consistency.Lyrurgu.

'Ide following plan of the Squares which Peopleofa Court, which is the more needed I least, us much protection as* the stiong ; \ all

ba\c been burnt, i is made from the h.>st in- as the l last May Term was ulinost entirely and infancy as. much, or more, luau matu -_ -- of"v; the
.No for [f -
one can moiuent
rity. a
tuuiuttiun we have benableto obtain, and % lost flom a w.ant oftne Laws of the supposethat
I there wr t e auy peisjnal: reasons fur We 'leu i ii (,..iys tne Matioital '! jail in
iiiaj a-sut those who have a knowledge of Territory ; and the loss of the next Term
tliedilli-rt. -uce in i iac puiiiah incuts prescnbid: ce r,) that Commodore: Tingey took ifta
the City, in iouning an idea of the t"xtCllt'' wilt amount in some cases to a total denial I S
in these sections. as a member of tne Board ofavy ;
of the injury sustained. Justice, to the litigants? whose causes are I I
I. And while Sc. :! 1. at ;>:ige :38, provides that K;:! miiSioiiers: on :Monday, the :J-hh \ if 4
It.:: Francis I. now peudiiig. many regret which he has
who is icitfi in. / post been translated
person ii./t t { -.sit la ::F itsjiHtitsuun i
!Ij--- -- that the (United States' Superior Cow does
= j ; i and if licit cii .{"ca with stalling comman l of this Naval sta'ion, I
\\ .
l t .c d. 1 not sit once in three: months instead of only I .
... I I-I fie name, CUHHOI sattsj only "1CCutlii10W Held with credit to hi.nse'f: for :
i-I.I ttvice will intervene
II[ a year, eighteen months uovv -St.
., : I L1 I "; 1' .. ht gut the s.ims, of prti'iuce ur tj.fujit int like fire and twenty yeovs.The .
... which .
:1 between the I la -
:J 1
*.". .:.. hide thereof. ht or s.'tc shall be U1t\1hv ;o
veteran JOHN
-!:/- :r. !L_ _Ii' !_ causes could he tried, and the next ; j hare sroj.t.v I!ic 5ame and o,& conviction has been appointed Commissioner .; and
both the Terms of this; year being lost ; the a ::
:: HwphiJi tret. sli'ill be punished. Angels:: defend us t ttVhai Navy. The board is now iii
tLe complete
I ,: first for want of Terl'itoriallaws, and : -
n--- I r I I "" f a cruel L.c I
I ;.E I s co-'d, on account of the absence of the
I i :: I... Citizen oiLy be stopped in the stieetj, between Commodoics Tisctv uud \\' .
E I :='J 1. J ::. .... I Judge ; caused, us appears from theiuie-i: tile Alaiket and hisl..itcnl'lIch.u'gedwith HRI _
: I t !I':: I I-I-1 going, by incorrect reports as to tIm extent i I Iof Major General Brown,
1-_ _I 1___ stealing' FKKSH B.::LF-DLil.dEl: )
our misfortunes, which have created a chief of tne United States' .
Conti Street ,
I army
UILTV% 1Ei'uRi: cox lcno.\-a.u: bet.eatcd -
Conviction his mm.I, that it would !h, !
on Jaaies
; itt this city on Thursday eiening last
i ; I ;jT I I z I IPrc "unsafe to hold the Fall Court at Pen- ;' as .1 lelon ; and all tillS far Hut having yesterday! visited the military ::
() I the! hide in Ins: pociiet !-Di.! MLO GUILTY i iI post ; _ _
. sacola. IWe I I IIliad he was received by Capt. Thruston
; L_ J I t I S -I ueheved tuat me Co.utiluiion pro I .
i I Illi p'_? .fit..tUon___ _____ of fort, _Se_ -'e_! _n_.. with.. ._n the_.n_ .. ,
should! be contioutedwiili
vided that accu-eii
I 'lie
jt I--!
----- -- understand that a Lime Shed at the dccc-
J I Annapolis .
(;o\""riIlneit !!: >( t.LJ.HaJ.dj.owl no whnt.'sses! face to face, befoie hu p _
Navy Yard, neart'fi.s City was !
ft Ltittr rtceirtd by a Genllt- should be dt mtd guilly; and my old fnindBlackstoiie S
by Fire, on .Vednetd iy night last.; The .. : iill\'n..u; Sept *!hrte'S
the of :
such I
man in this City tinted sa\s s liniui&iiij
damage to the Unite.1 States was tritliug; Election of Senator in Congress.- I
Law that the accused isf/ce/ie innoctnl :
22u'd ,
MOBILE :: OCT. 1827. no other injury was don! by the "Fire. : ably to a resolution of both houses, Ur.:ier-
until he I.;:; proved to be gLiiLt." But wha .
"Yesterday I morniuj;, abom stma -, -*- I ute met the iloiue of -ceiro 4 :
is our Constitution, or oen IHUU; 111/ ,
p, a fire w.isihsrovercd in tin- JOHN FORSYTH :s elected Governor 11 o'ciock; for the pjrp'js*: oi'
up- of the Coinm m Law, m comparison win '
of (ieorirr.i and GKOU R. GIL- Senator in Congress for: the term
of : <;E
ph'ry i a bLJildillg orctijiu'd! ns a the w <.dom! of J our prcttecess.irs-u.viu ,
Ho,tl hy Captain Austin (fonut>rly of MElt, a member of CotiL'i! ess. say a PI.-ISOII shall be dw&cJJ.tj of IIJ- years 182D., On commencing counting the Oil votes time -1th'it of apJt\ ) .

Puis ;.irolaJ which has spread devastation L. ..w _-.- ny. if seen with frt-sii beei m liisput&essiot, that the Honorable: / lll-ull;- L. \\" ,
unlr! s lie call account how he got the sanjr, !
f.ir-md wide. There were but rrnmthe Philadelphia Xntional Gnzee.A to ihe saiisfdctiou ot any villain WHo tuar unanimously elected, having 57 votes. 4 .

fl'lV prsous in she City It the limn i i' letter Ins beim re.reived ;u this Cli',ose! to cay tail, 'hcar IltvAf *It .-.- I ;3: 2-tf. '

'.. t ,St diM'oveiod, and, the wind: ritv from an officer of the U. S. ship in vain hone I eiiqnired' the reason for \ NORFOLK, Sept. 23.-We have _

Llu\\ inti'e:: h, :nil!! attempts! to arrest I Hornet, j part of which, lel-iliu) t.) an tins out: prool.bloody mode Lvon of Justice"defiling.>jiheinj guilty") witli-confessed : ti&faction announcing another ,

tit 1! .' ;-o.' i'v oJ iie! ((1 1 I.IIDS were Iruit- occurrence not yet pnblii:Iv known, iiiin>t'lf! }Juzzle.! on this point ; hut application of the subinaiine trunk I : ; Hebe.

)l-,. .11 t'.i .i.t.tH' :a short time, very he wishes to have inserted itrone of said, that a had uee.i suggested, by some Qrl ')y CHARLES F). BK./UIE. in the in I I ( ;
of a rot in the outer stern post of
liJ:; sav"cJIhj'I wilh view to a- illiberal tat some of the Cuuucil I ) 03
: ext-'riiun"'> niMJL': except to our papers, a prevent person ware, to repair vvh.ch; without the ,

; riv. in ic| iu".Kinms: which were ny false or exaggerated accounts going might/ have suspicious been: Cuw-t that their rivers neighbois, and consequently iov-- this invaluable invention the ship ,

11 before the A full & have been hove down at u
: / I-L or t'll".ct.d totake fire it being public. more cit Dccf. This o.U1iOII, 1 Confess appeared very

(I I'<.. .. notii thrown away ;-the ample official statement may shortly to me somewhat plausible I and the mOl e so ,' expanse trunk ;fitted by the to COI1 the trHction.part affected"%,

11 t :\U-niix hti tiC as jlong as there !be expected, as the whole affair is to wuen I considered the Cuto-driving style a colts but a trifle, the post was taken N.\.C .

\; :" !<'.-:.tU 'in the way. It is csti- be transmitted to \V ashiugton.To whicn_ pervades the budget. Still this is a 1 a sew one fitted on, without mien .
bungling provision, fur a clever might
II. f d J ,:: t' ; uo thirds of the Cityand understand the case fully, it salt the beef before detection, and rogue,then he tbr: ordinary work on board the: ship.

..;:: I..* nioai.! valuable part has been must be recollected that a few months could not be deemed guilt, without proof; We agree awarded that to the!Mr.recompense Brodie as .

).1 '.:, II : act, t there is not more than I since, the British ship James Mitchell for it fresh bc only, which overturns the \tard Congress uf his ingenuity, was by no d small .

,', :'' ., ( .1 l so many) decent stores and which had been wrecked on the j COnstitutiou, and the Common Law, and proportion to the value of the %

j: rooms>> leftmost of the II III' Padre del Cruz, was got off by the subjects fore conviction.I a man.to be "deemed guilty" be- tie country ; and we, too, hope that in

h.ive I Hornet and John Adams and taken i .constitutional scruples, the 1 fresh _
) been more or pass over, without further notice the meritorious
in-I that I
will extend to
S _
into \Vest that the officers and of and correctness of
',i tome of them nearly Key ; elegance style gram further and adequate compensation, -
The shipping have escaped J JI crews of the two vessels claimed sali i mer, with which this section is fiarued. I incalculable saving of expense in the
At Page 101 1 find An act to preventthe
: damage, they were all hauled ; vage, and tint their libel to the surprise { evil practice gaming in this Territo administration, which invention.will be exTected _
of his ingenious
ao tbe tireum, at tbe commence- ofevery one, was dismissed with \ ry.-This title, thought I, is ominous of use bunch

of ibe Fire. It would} be imie !, costs &c. The officer alluded to, as ; good, and promises to promote industry, The trial of HCNRT SHULTZ -

to give a list of the sufferers ageut fur th, claim Kits, left thn f/or-' J by preventing the EVIL practice of gaming. BOYD took at _
I much when ou I ALEXANDER place
was pleased leading ,
'nrt, net with Midshipman Hunt and! a few i "
would not be inteiesang to a in fine :
found the provisions severe, even to pillory i i I field on the 4th inst. They .
lljHer. Among others Mr. Innepniyt sailors, to superintend the affair and and whipping; (your predecessors were!J been convicted of I

of your place, has lost all his went several times from Key West to fond of stripes and Justice Botheruaj' were ably and '
They very
where the thinks must, at some former day have t
|uil(2iugK except one, as I am told,- St. Augustine, court sat ; defended by Messrs. Me DUPFIE
wielded the rod wfup
r,1r. absences the : a* pedagogues the
Raster it wduringoueot'these
estimates his loss at $20 O. oyerseers., .) But judge of my surprise THOMPSON. f
A urcat mduy goods have been burnt occurrence took place. It appears when 1 found the last section of ibe Wt: .. SA ;

*'"i m my saved- -most of the Jail fl1- from his statement that- provided that the punishments should "not Speedy* Justice.The S toni I .

POI :..':OI have been lost It is j The ciptdin of" th., J: mcs Mitch- extend to orefiect such houses as may be (Con.) Telegraph mentions .
licensed in this Territory." Th'w is lik.the 1 drunk in th _
confirmed drunkard Block Ishnder got
"ptimpos-sibletoreHltze the extent ell is a a most ignorant -
i famous cow that excellent' paiKo'f
are an
Conflagration without seeing it. i in.HI, and very ,quarrelsome & milk and then kicked it over. What rough on Wednesday last, .

i iiave been thus particular, as it will4ut.thly abusive when in liquor. Midshipman licence the EVIL PRAC'fICEoGalling down .a citizen was himself' assort'oo. ,1 __ __

be some time before you see. Hunt had, a quarrel 1 with him during my 1 bad beard that'Jesuits of olden.time had fined seven dollars and costs, and :5
Mcbtc: i in licenced.evil practices and err a sold'indulgences to thirty days
? paper, the Iriuting offi .be.iflgbui.nt absence the first time, consequence: for crime but .a4 not prepared to demned
with the other buUuings." of the abusive language 'used towar4shim find that our Law-makers; bad become'pIO-: -- -and all this in two' hours. '

'* is -.- 1 by the captain; (X Robinson. moters of nn" evil practice" by"atlowiuftit, is nothioglike, rum to facilitate _

der the'cry painful i to be so frequently"un- On,ny arrival, here (Key West) bepeedJbtcame to be licensed But I found on examinationpages kind :of business ; a man 'will () _

TCpor or De-cusit, of co radictiig. the false intoxicated,. and after :JJ9,aod-160) thai, by Acts of i to'}himself'a jail or a halter, -
some unk >owu persons, 'hone : Council, the Corporations" of St_ Augustine bottle'of thaimritli
P.utire j t *mli ubtisuig>rac :ami m .king use of ram, sooner
f to beumagtifftbmis. and .Pepwtcola, arei, tbOriz; d to grant licence t i _
nUQCS aud \9 diniui..a Itbq s.4saata(es ef j such language as Is uot proper or de *, and oIlt& l' .& revenue (row tic I ther legal moans that we know ; :-' :___

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KTOT3!. 1'ESc'from t30.i\ '\o'O1L' ; m@a1t.oU'- _- 'MAIL RGEMR 1"
'Of ': ,
t THE IIub. r1bt"r. a Justice of the Peace f' City r .y: 3PUQB, 'nt, 'p Tn'S FlUrid4 'Mail
.c12s ; I'ZaOJ1mA 'AD OOAfti. ,
1 the County of K omibi?. duly authorised iiig n Literary Journal called Due
For pbU3t erery
SN the ni Khl of Thnwday Tuesday at 10
tf 'ClOCk
commissioned and sworn, has take .a ?'l'RESOUVEltIR.
lI A.t
t U inst. Ne- Departs Mme daat 2
2nd August) a THE undersigned having purchased O'clOCk
to '
1 : an office in the hi use belonging P. M
Genrnl} Call; where he can be ttuml at gro Man; confined as a un- the Press and Type of the above paper, All Other !faitsj
ofbU"IIle sway ; calls himselfHANSON announces to it&former patrons and the
for the transaction ,
ain hour in the day, ? DUE
rBELLISIlEO WITH intention its every Wedne,7 and
public, continuing publication Sunchr
o. "o'clock", M. al
do or adjust Splendid Quarto Engravings. under the same title.
} lie wiLl also any cOP I'g iiepart every Saturday

accounts, on the- most reasonable terms, and says that he is the property of Jehu ,HIS work is intended M an agreeable In assuming the responsibilities of a t8o'clockA. M. and Tuetda,.

and with! promDhiess.Tlie Evans Winchester, "Mississipp! laid I and instructive companion for Public Journal, the proprietor is aware

t negro man i is about 24 years old, 5 feet the parlour and an appropriate attendant of the arduous and difficult tank he has lost0icettourBine; *

(l\V \ling.. 7 or 8 inches high, very stout built, a of at the Toilet-to be issued every undertaken ; but relying upon efficientaid I / Citizens of Pensacola .

subscriber a is.o n 'pectfully informs rather a yellow complexion and has a scar Wednesday, commencing with the first from numeroul friends, upon the indulgence .1 full, requesteo to take arc, respect.

I.I; his friends, and .he public in general) that on his nght thumb 1 will, give a regard Wednesday in July next. of the public and pledging his the Post O hce will umf.ir.iily luuee tbat

I be will dra* Herds! Mortgages, Bills of of six dollars, (being what the law of\he( I No exertion will be spared to render assiduous and unremitted exertions, he on-iun lav at 5 o'clock P. u cI0St4

I Sale, &. Powers 8f Attorney" with neatness Territory allows, which it is probable I THE SOUVENIR," in all respects worthy -I hopes to render the Advocate a vehicle of I the Mail tthoud: be delayed Ullleq

and K-g-.il precis., on ih m
and accommodating1 tciuis ; anil solicits son,) and all necessary expenses for the cheap and elegant emporium of useful conducted with te.nperaice: and propriety the Office will be kept 'bier. caso

a portion ol puuhc patronage. apprehension of said Negro ant his tle- and interesting information and a valuable will be freely admitted into its col- hour. Tncbll, although open at IC.L. t uta

I p 11. B. : riiiger. iiv ery to me in Pcnsacola. repository of choice specimens of umas, without regard to existing parties, til 4 o'clock 1). M.. usually not dtte Un

1'ensaco1,17ih O. 18273tff' F. S. Chapman, Miscellaneous Literature. Strict attention and without any participation on the part enough to be opened by 3 arrjy5

: : Constable. will be hesto, eel on the moral ten- of the Editor in the divisions which door the Office is usually h'e.'tdck.lOti1&t -
City of THE SOUVENIR," and a constant hereafter the mind. open two hs'
IOT1CE.I Pensacolaupust: 3..,,, 1827-2-\-;f.WARD dency may agitate public The Post Master therefore ;
watchfulness nres"r'ed'er the In short it rill be the object of the Editor those who requests that
1 week from this date I will) ppiy wish to enquire for | tt.rL
SIX 'p'j f cause and lnt ..sta of virtue. and Ort
\ render the
the Hoi' tin- ouiHy Court fur heCounty '.i2) to paper acceptable that clay, will send orcall beforeJo'cL
[ :
4! 4 A of the contents will be as
portion ,
useful all.
ot r"ca"bi: for l lttrrs ot Admin to and that he may bo enabled to close

', lstr..tono..tlw.E! te of JOHN M (IAVLK, Ill follows : Jos. D. Davenport. Office at that tinte. tho
1. TALKS, original and -select d ; ESSYS -
\I I deceased. I I HAItLhS 1). 1 11HOU1K.JSv The Post Office is open on other
moral, humorous and scieut'fic days
.\ Y.,-d, )'t' s Knr th'! ..ippffhersioii and delivety in ant 1 selected the coy t)1TlS. from breakfast tune until darkeie.
POETUnriginal "am
.: Oct 15:1.: 1HJ7-31!-6t. 5 Pi'n"ar.llta of I from llu 3 o'clockand during the. ;fJ?..
t. best American and .
Fr'rtgo publications ; TUB Florida Advocate will be nub. lish-_ i of Q
wMV1'll1yvTc. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES of distin- ed once a week nn a r 'yal sheet, at- five- opening or closing the III1Z1w.
11Li4)SIkdICILS .
\ :Ii..helt persons, male an J female, purtic 4itHy dollars per annum, payable in advance.Advprtisments .- I Ra.selRunt

\ OF THE E'tF.A5 it has been represented the latter ; ANECDOTES, .BonMats' inserted at the rate of one ,

'\\\\ iYH ..l YictYist.ri tome tiut AIM IN f.UTTQ; who' ; : \'c. fa. T'' e ori'fitial' In ttter ne- dolla per square lor the first insertion, Pens&cola, October lit, 1S27.Pelt Maattt'a
wa' confi-i-Hl j'l the j til of this rit- .ant era I CP!sary toT this: ; rtepav nciit of our piper ana flit) cents for each subsequent con- .

'HK J want of a work to which our plan. chiTt having utsaultrdthr fa-rier will be furnished 1-udividuals who are tllU'.nc"dverti lnentR will be inserted TO 1..Z11? -

J| t, M could rr'fer tor information, tvlative ofth, Un-nui States1: Mail, with innt tomur :udtantitgeoi knt'wn t') the public unti fnr:il. unless specially ordered to lifE deatrable .

t" ti> the A:T'culture! o' the "S utbrrn
!V Sf f.ion nfth"} Union: tUtS long been fet! the M-iil, baa made his escape; I to herehv duct'ons ; besides the numerous corres- I The present suoscribers to the Advocate .i e>subscriber-, at present wioii occumedby
has been submitted to l ofler pon.)ents who miy: be expected to con passe will oe p'e
t't'm IIII'g as a ne a I will receive the uaperas heretofore the 1st of Novemtier.Robt..
-3.1') evil fur which no remedy was at Dollars tnbute. i I
lurd. M nil a sufficiency of talents antt'litcrpme. H ward of Twenty I' II. Sf.'rLJ.A Interesting items I Subscriptions of the above receued *tI Mitchell

and recomnitmentPrison. intelligence, iureign and domestic occurrence the Oifie of tut P-'1'11)1 ii Gizrr tte. ,
: to cowl'icl experiments to for hi! apprehension Agcn1 ofJohg R. Ftj

draw nfcrcnr.e!, and to deta 1 them, yet to,' : deaths, mara lages. ice.HI. October 13, l :?. -"va ,i

J ii ,hive we pre. t''tf'r1 to tile world the spectacle Slid HUTTO i is about six feel high, .F.XGRAVI GS.-The first number .4.if.lEUtID1l.N r Alt J1t.: -

J) of a high minded( and entcrprizinjr tout built, dark complexion, & the large of "eT\- month will he embellished \Ve wisu that even uieiti of this %.fO ff ?ZD! -

'agricultural community, destitute ol orig Citric whiskers. It is said that he is .nown with a splendid quarto COPPER-PLATE .jounnl 1 should urderstand, :rifl l tad! the .v IX weeks afu-r .this d .-
Ate 1 1j Ito wnt
t hi:& agricultural works, and depending Butler County, Alabama. ENGRAVING, fitted to tHe s.ze of the would have f.e kiilnesto make it J the Hon. the "t

c 1. Solely en oral communication or foreign W. llaeell Hunt, work, among which will be the following I: known that to any one who w HI procure .in.bi. County, for Letters Cou-.ty of;ounofp. ,,

}purifications, fur ail I our knowledge! on Alhambra. Ancient of Man. I four s'ib&cribt'rsaiut "l'.nit on their I ..itlon on the Esrate of Jacob minw

the:f -.iijects. WHilst others haTe cive-: Post Master.Penssroto Palace of the HuntingMutmtaip account g20, we will send a fifth copy of .)f Mid County deceased. Kelker, f lite,

i'ully cuiit-cted and recorded the expen 5lh( September: 1827. Moorish Kings in one of"the seven (Americ vn Farmer without charge--
J"; .f ence (,their; practical farmers we have I la ad irionto the above, I amauthorisdhv Spain. wonders of D-m- anyone who wiirprocure./roe; subscribers 'pillman.

t \>< mi'tled tlie h .rd earned knowledge; 01 i f,n ,ni..s S. V. IOJTES Esq. of A'a-' View uf the Perpilin. will be allowed to retain' 5 on his remitting P&'nsaoti S"1 !) Idl7--29 -6:.

: t. our fathers to erish with them. WlnU1otners CI"!-'. Fl-iriJ.i: tc\ tiTer in his behalf an ad. mmentBridge 'Grotto of Osplles me remaining $20. We beg alv .' '

T hwtheen l s:rJi i"iu, every nrrve >v> 'ItO'\'It: l t"varil ,;t' Twenty oHarsanl over the Schuyl- Temple uf Pluto. ) to rrpeu; that all v* Inch i ii necessary h11 '.I-1k .111. ...41

.. I I the caufce, we !me been mere looker1* v \lr. SOLOMON M ROGERS, to add there. kill. Pont Iu Gard near to be tiolle by allY one, wishing to VibHcnbv iXTY days :r.n HHd.. ie, I will| >

,' *'r* Ji.-iVe ben Fi.ttion..rj 01 at least have an
) Il( h" :stil 'I.ut slowly mentioned\ AH TIM: H UTl'O Prince of Bisc ascent of I Rdilorrth hnencan Farmer Baltimore," ambia County, dece-we-l.

I I -', vvlvat I CaUfiHias arisen the vastsujierioriu \V. Hasell Hunt.Pewico1a ria. Mont Blanc. 1 -and whether the money t.r received or
S hO'he| will he Pendleton.
) r.f the Noitb over t'tf: South I View of St. Petershurgh. Cascade near Oy- paper forwarded imme

; in Loll\ winch relutes -; 26th September, 1827. 1 ,diately. and the actual receipt of each
to \* 4cutlr ? h:: .. sans. Dauphiny.DiHerl Pens tola. 8th Oct 182? 29
-- -7tCONSTl
of the volume
I-t it ben that they alone! tuve: turnedtilth --- ACADaM7t Arch Street Ferry, of the Grand will be guarantied _

1 attention to the '*ubjct, that the\ Ol\TA'STJt. I Phil_delphi.i. (2tmi trttise, i lie hditor. lilOTICI4

al'.ne have IT.aele! (':'JI'I'jT'nt- and profited : Andrew Ka.y.'TK Paraclete, founded Eait Prospect of I\The American; Farmer i is published -w IU Tr:: and appoint .ltC1ja1a

1 b\ them: ? N'uj-o -The Planters 1 I Tni'ap', rthe fionuvista Acade- by Abelaixl. Giant's Causc- I wcell\: byJ.S Skinner, pciituMster of .J8L Crupper of PensacoL: :ny agent and

; J Ii 1he Srutli have been ;.: enterprizmir and I. nat St > ndrpw'<* naVe inform the Giant's Causeway way. I balumore, printed on fine paper the size I attorney, in all matters and things relativeto

- F tis active intlu-ir researches as ti! se I't nllh"''C ,h'it the Institution) i Ilr'?!Juell for & Budge ot Uri.tlon. Cattle of Segovia, I nfrudmary newspapers, folded so as to I i the delivery and receiving pay fur;

i the >,.t1)).. lint wliiis.1; the ,discovert- 11,1" rrr* nuu or niiii'ls. Mr. Wnc-'ob, a Spain. make 8 pages ; about one half, or four : teriali at the Navy Yard. .

" 't nj.-.dt the htktl'e imnuiieh I'r'ntll"1!'n v 1' lcown in tilt State of f State Prison, Auburn Lake of Killarney pSges, devoted to practical Agriculture ; E.

I ,\ Lmutlt'uJto; 114)tich% their pciiiulicalpublications 1 (;.oirt.' nd 1 liir'dv estet-mpd fo- his lit New York. from Kenmure the remanul-.T to Internal Improvements, Montgomery.
.I ( s-o ttief. i er Arc kno .n. 'r' attn'U"ient; << oE'(1 o'tcr: qualification" Tynuald Hill, Isle Paric. llural and Domestic Economy, selections Sept. 1827-*9tf

but to tew, fur wa tot a proper vt-u c.c- 1 '">TPMer !m taken charge! 0 theo fr housekeepers and female readers .
t isi
Each subscriber will thus be furnished
: of communication. Hence it ins been l lI :' P-n\. ami i Natural History and Rural Sports.A CrnCt7I.A1\
+ I that thei1* improvements, h ve.irlyAith seventeen superior Copperplate iiiir.utc index and title to the To the Receivers of
Ix-m page public
.1 I : vr ni 'iQII I Afoiuys:-
tm l' IP nran,1.pQ: an Fn lc:- Kmvravings, the price of which i imtrcli.tsed if }.ale vol'ime i is miblished
rapid than ,id and fi r\Vard.
oiir. H tii..t '* arc M supplementary to that
e t'us
, 1 I tinl1 thI"" ioi'.1. to'pv ev with tH'I : singly wuuld more than double ''d with the last 1 oftht
d I di'ficie-it ) number of each ,
.: iy "o sn this nranch (If kt1: .' voJum '.
I K'tt"" aiv1! Gvrk ''a'lj 'IH'P the annual: cos' of the entire wurk.n' ". M tgle lui'i-ber will he February, 1826.
Ifdjje SIK h I bMi entto
I' gth<- case do 'It; n: tour any one
b'c'lle I"Ia I TIt T.:" V4 AUK, *Svn .hL.l"V THE TOILET.- addition to tlw I who may desire to see a specimen of the THKASUHT nxPARTIn T,)
t 'I :\.'i't III tilt. ttr to lI\d'r con t.:hi'. .l.,1:1.ull i .'.1r,.. 1'" r, writing, > -."4 rn. : 'j jll"l usual_ _I.tlntvirv_- _n. mar ..*_!_!*_-* ptiifitpol._....__.. _u.ill. .un_...;.. I l-iblic:!iol1.TAl Autzst22d{ 1827. -.s-
{ j I'I'-\crt :!! I
--' ',flUte Irom liuie to tHllt'uh i 'l t'I : ,,:.I"TI" .;,, qum'ti'i: I publicati-'ins, the I'Iopt.ielrhas .-0n;- ad Editors who will give the above SIRIt has hen found ajviubfo, for
r i "u'l Ctrrat'diy. Ln-J HIded i Ai; arrangement fay which he vviirbv two 'ar'fU'i considerations;; far t lo into-
r1'1'1' :
Dution 'Int or tiist I.tjons < siail carry
u> Ill v becwiee t*> tii'' co-i I Ip e fuf'1 much
ij ijlii Jir) ..;1y. This A i rk .\ 'i 1! be
t p ti! ','..- 1irt. Pa:. 1st, Or ; .1-P.It'! -M \h"1"\u.1i,: and tIC: tu't iis of the pre v ''in.; !hhhi.J1 boiii foreign I lIhlw'ss. 'I of the 22d February, 1826, as to dr.! co'itinue -
.s Sit ctions and; U- >1.'w -I''J J.:. A l' JralIrf"\: lu'r do. I and domes u., i'.lu-'trated' : wt'u el.- P. S. The American Farmer is circulatediMrnugh | th** receipt, at :,ny land fffic*, of the:

cuSuii r.AI Inlori'UtKinPat / Hf It'l "an be limiT in a hiirhlv -ut engravings Lrstdesthe regular siiv" -- every Stateand T"'rritortwl inwnttenfor l i notes of any local or State bark not established .

I.;'lr: r.LoiIy; "'ho1i.iv" Mrovidetl re"'t'C't'I'I '. one lit tach qinrter ; {)Lce.ot : by many o. the i or existing: in the state or terriI -
Jst. will: C.HH.lintH Oriina'! T. 'I'.ii'.tionab'p'eaocX: sk-tc.ies; of life, nan- ; '. : tnost distin-I t" where the land office situated.-
: ,\''O"1011aOllo: :-it $100,00 ppr annum, I' -f'c1 p'a"* "aj f-it-nprs in the I rv is
.sa1. A.; rj uilI/'o.; IIviticulture 1 J ) i% )1 ,. I i;ers & ? &:. at the earliest pO""Ii U'l .
: I i'),111.'ling washi1l, !. The Trustees feel )Ipt"t'I- W_ lintel Hunt A'ffnl J Pensncoln Bur, that those who intend to purchase
"in', Rural Aflair and Domestic !EtI'o. ?ln'If! authorised to state that Ith'ms there od, ai-! (' from the in' sl aut.he.iulc: stjtirc s : I public land may have ample time to prepare -

I n;\'. Nut oulv tin-present staple article.-* | is i nt upon any part of the Southern coast, V Editoi's department ; N )tiCv-s ot Hy the PrpHdenfofthe United -' h for this cftungv, it will not jo into operation -

4 of the t.e'utll u iii l be attended 'to, but also a situation in every rcsnerl so eligible I as passing eve-its) ; I'he Uri ;.11 ; Nt-sv Puo- S'ates. unt'l the first of January, 1828.OP .

.: the intro'tuctMii! (If new objects of C'II i safe :*n-l a'/rer'ble sea board reheat as lications ; CI"'il'i"'TI ; Heviews, Jkc ..c.iTz the receipt of this -nsTuclion: the reectivers
: t'ire such as the,Grapc Viue, Olive, Cal 71t '. : r1" rr<;uftn''e of IHW: I Fon> QCIHCTA I
; ; St Andrew's R iY. Completely landlocked :" ..'. of'puhli' monies will give the necessary
; 'cis Ten, a r Cane, Silk \Yurm A \ <-, President of the United I .
and States
uj f THE BOTH FAIR: will notice in of the
: 1 by trie points ol land and island I he ptblsic j one newspapers
J ot-. which of America, lo
era ha\,3sJ.'t been hereby dtcl.irt and make
! untried i* 'i t the entrance of the Hay, and protected every \WEDNEbD. on extra ni.humfine in i their districts. and will} continue it
of.eirse fl't known how far known, that a public alp will be held
; : mav bv the promontory of East Florid from white papr jiriuted with new an'' ihe once a week until the change takes place.
be chmutiZ'-d. Land Office
Or.l that bnoch Tai/uhusiee. in the Ter
) : ll->rticuiture storminl which and in addition The notice should be accompanied witii
the tpmppsta an; soprevalent elegant jvpe, dernraH-d.
will b" for tue of Florid i, on 'ie s-erond Mon in
attniuledto : .
pre-ft. and fearful: upon the Atlantic I to the engravings alluded loti''v' > -..vuhmmy ; ay I ll, caution mentioned in the instruction
I which relates to the Kitche (arden li-c -mber next, fur the disposal of the
CMH *, there is M) danir T to be appre- Embellishrnents. F.arh Number before referred to, that purchasers of
\\ h':n the proper tune shall ltnd lIP- e."in desi nut.-d, to wit :
: i I I are .u-vd arrive, ue hen 1ttl 01? account of winds and waves ; will comprise eight |Mure. rt, studied Tnwl1"hip. N o I and 2 of pubic lands may provide themselves with '
prep j give directions lor the ZCt). 6.
; { culture! of the !holier brunettes.Pait !n he* in no ptrt of the Hay can there ind expressly adapted for bi'iding. At Township) N7o 1. 2, 4 5, range specie fIr notes of the bank of the United
: t .i'.rnv! '*>re'l traces either of severe flie expiration of- ear. or tie: close States or its branches.
':: ";(. "ill contain selections from I ; every j and) 6. and fric'iomiltoviiships
; !, '.vitvs or high ti''os' cf a voluinp, subscribers *ili be funu'sh- In continuing to receive the notes .r
Foreign Woks the \ 7 & 8. of
I on. subjects, su I ThTP is every prospect of health, i al gratis with a general index of 'ie COllI Range No.7 bank in the State or Territory in winch
farasiliev Townships No.
\\ ti. applicable 1, 4, 5. 6,
t. ftnd climate may tf the Southern sen to ion t 'e f soil ti: I Thecim! Ite is n,iM ant! equable ; I tents, and a handdomel}' eng:av'{ d title 7. and fractional! towns'ii their land office i is situated, the receiver: !
the I I will c nforn to the instruction
throughout Sllm'T1t'rrnos reireshine
Union; (ir n.ain_ M\;ne w.i be of use to Jll g-e. |)> \o 8 a:,d 9. of Range No. 8. '
] I; S?: br('pzp te'l1rH'r s \\\t\ ardor of the sun's Price subsscrintion $52 50 pH :m- Tnwnshin t tr adv ,ntimed in guarding against
our planters It*, views ot works 1. and
Mien astrry rays, and in winter it "o moderates the rum, payable' in advance. Poitmaj-ief" I thf'-ecem pt of the nat st'any franks
treat of the A nculture of these 'I i 'Irmal; townslnps
keenpsH of the west and tiorthwpst winds and others out orthcCity, procuriv.g hv.. that do nut pay in specie oa demand or
8'lite -, (>r such as n"I\ either directly ,>r I No. 9, 10 an 1 1. of Bange No.9.
1'.1 mere is nardiv: ever any frost. The .vibscvibers and bpcoming responsible for hat are not :n undoubted good credit;
i -">iw n. Mate an n'MueiiCr on wdi
us, Township No. 1 and 2
bt inserted in this part ot 'he I wiii k. sb.IPPS are hi'jrh and dry and there are on > the payment will be entitled to a sixth co. and <>acton: il l and as the reoemri have means, wuiclt
:.r.hes in the neig .horhnod ;springs py gratis, townships this Dr-purtmen:, from its remoteness
Part 3d. will contain brit Agricultural of ,'\-llent! water ar*' fo'irdallaionjr( \t7i? The Copper-Plate embellishments will Vo. l1. and 12, of Range No. 10. ha- not, of judging of the c. .racter(

4 l I Jsn'u-fR. yo that our Planters may not re- shore ; Ill ineo"venienr.e is exneri,nppd he superintended by the Publisher, and East Ml situate South of the base line, and and condition oft ue h;;:ifcs of their Stateor
m. i- yiorartot what is but rf the meridian.:
'; grin011, t from mu'quitoes; sand flips or othr Tarm'ntiiig the typographical part of the work wi I Territory, fuU confidence! isenttrt-iaeJ
In:'' h& an of I The
.;- 1 opportnm y knowing ,I insects ; the B.v abound with be under thc exclu.ive direction o' Tovvn.ihipsare to he offered the that they will use i II necessar vigilance
Il uh.il .s done in tlie liiticreni purtsol tin: !II I fish' and oysters. Il i is within one d v's Messrs Atkit.son and Alexander who, order above designated i beginning witii in preventing the receipt of ) notes oy
-'M any
wft aui t the lowest
'n ut .
: ll number of
hoped Section in
ride of'ho rich ''a- ds of each.
1 Chipola. and it is have been o long known to the public sable which lQSS may happen to the UnatcdStates
; f thtit
; tint. ) Lands
knowIcUge, will; oe as a to reserved by law for the
ap-.ir of
: than use
n.it more two or three clays' sail 1 to and artisans .
: enterprising that i-
t. uiir i KM :.c L ..ml Ca,.! uais.i to make I, Sch .:ols! or for other be
: fn >l h tx.o...s ,11 UKio( \\iil% Ce insert Mobile! or Organs entirely unnecessary to say that so far as excluded from sale. purposed are to I am, Sir, very respectfully, jour obe*
t The Trustees cannot but congratulate they dient
are concerned
there can he servant,
ed. ii. i A ictiliur.il no Given under
) 11 hand
> Itoiticultural und my ,at the City
: "t hot .ii'izi. V\ orks. and occasionally some( tb" public Upon the singular advantages doubt :as to the elegance of its execution, this tvventveighth day of May o1Vaslington A.D.J 827. Richard Mash.

JlltlCCIII be uktn of which St, Andrew's Hay affords to famv- and with regard to his own share of thp John oJ
their contents. Quincy Adams.
lien who are desirous of retreating to ai arrangemeirtsthe Publisher binds himself, CASTOf1rE BROOKE
Adver.isein: its of ,
'- 'brrlcuturalforks Bv the President
t und iainli.units. or other wnicu agreeable and healthy situation during in case he should fail to perform any essential '1625 Florida, 1st July, 1S27.I S
intert-M the nuy the surmier and fail months, and to Fa- part of his undertiking, to refund I GEO. GRAHAM, WILL receive proposals 'till the 31st
Pl.tntcr.eneraIiy, will be rents whore anxious to have their children subtcr Commissioner. of the General Land Office. October
ption. ensuing, to furnish tin Troops.
: pi bJislu! d (*T. :. M-purate fchee,amI attached theAgents --
t k c'kcii nu.'imer. educated' will shortly I be appointed indifferent I NEW ESTABLISH iMENT. (lithe U-uted States' Army, that are, or

: P. \UTIEK, pails of the United States, until I may be.sUtioned at Cantonment Brooke,
\t C !IClj: ..I' .ucn us are favorably dis- JOHN CLARK, ) TNtSltes. which time subscriptions will be received The with
; pcT.'d to the uxrk wll assist in JACOB ROBINSON,
us contri-
: bv PHILIP PRICE, Jr. No- 66 Lombard ** 'D.SH BEEP.
; : ng to its p-ges and also in

p,;. fiUDvnbtis lor it. We request procuring, all who Andrew's} Bay, West.Florida, ? Street will be, Philadelphia addressed to whom all orders Eagle: q Tavern from the 1st day of January,1628, to in.

., art d .- 'osed to contribute, to forward to September. 1st, 1827. -28-tf. 3 by JUDAH DOBSON post, 108 paid.Chesnut-And alsw elude the 31st day of Uecember 1823
-'- '- '- street
The beef will be
u co'nmunications as-earl as required iabe dtlivcrr
) pocililt TOWN OPMAGOLIA.ors it the Office of the SATURDAY EYE .
Ti.ose. who have ANDTRAVELLEWS ed to the two week
nude expertments NING POST No. Troops days in each.
,,- J. uith Grape Vines Olives, silk in the new Town of Magnolia L doors below.,the Post Office.Chesmit street, two REST. (the days to he designated) in such quantities

-;' ii \'(,rms. or ny other articK-s new to our A are offered for 4 Ie. This place is I Subscribers Subscriber informs the pub as shall be required for their rations
htattsj or can give any intoruiatiii reU :j jrtuated 8 miles'from Fort St. Marks on monies unless are requested not to pa>' .THE that he has opened a house on each day.-And 1 deem it necessary to

tiv r to them ue particularly solicit toconm.umcate the St Marks river and 15 from Tallahas receipt any of Publisher accompanied by thr t Entertainment :in the apprize those who may choose to eWer to
see. The river can be navigated to' 1lie or ke Agents. house formerly contract for the that will.
t what they ma)' know on oocupied by Maj. Hall I supply. the beef
the sb-\jtct. Town, by vessels dratvinir feet water NOTICE. for that purpose, fronting the public be required to be of the,best the marketcan

TEIUISThli work will be rh. situati.),* is nigh dry and healthy ; Administration with tb > square. which be has fitted-up in a convenient o.rd and particular attention must
printed it hs two Sulphur Springs in tbe vicinity LETTERS manner for the be paid to the butchering thereof rigid -
.: : on uood paper and is the octal size on the Estate of Jo.t I- reception ef tra. as
f at g5 per annum payable on the ; onft .f which is only 200 yards from the t SUB NORIEGA, late of the County of Efc- vf'llers.alld others. His table will always. inspection of it <>ill always be oradc.
delivery I I Public Square. They are said to be supplied with the Persons offering1 to will make
of the first number-go", if paid possess I cambia deceased, having been granted to best which the I contract
two grt medical qualities. i Emelia market can afford and his their proposal in writing sealed and delivered
: months at ter. Ititfi':t' number will be Mrs. Noriega, by the Han, the bar with the ,
.? For further information of Terms&c., i best of I No to toe At this the
issued on the first January County Court of said County ; all persons quors exertion will be 1 place, ating
4e .. the! first of month next, and en apply to J. G. and N."Hamlen,S). Marks, having demands against gtid estate are requested wanting on the part of the proprietor, < rate per pound in a single bid, for wnicil,

I number of irom every 32 to 50 succeeding in or Augustus Steele, Tallahassee, to present the same immediately, tu render general satisfaction. to those. they u'ilJ.furnUh,and they shall be informed !

when pages, accompanied St. Marks 10th August, 1827-24--tf and those indebted are desired. to make who may favor hiniwith.their company. of the.reception of the.r proposal, either !-

b wlthengr4v.1sg4 necessary. N. B. A plan of' the town'of Magnolia payment to His stable! are.well calculated Iota num- ,I by letter fl'rn..of on personal appl'ncation

; ;;i John D. Legare.ChafX may. be seen. at this office.JBxteuted Jij. da la Rua ber of horsesramU ?ood and attentive, to, me at Cantonment Brooke, oa
-1 :; Ostler will '
S ----- a all times beat band. i the day!above menti ed.
; ton, August, 187 2P&I1r1'I.N &ttorneyinf.ct for :Families Lieut and
or'Cjentl men who may wish : JOHN PAGE.
cJ'Mthscrip1ions received at the IDUl&;iualncSJ and despatch EmeUa Noriega can be accommodateH- with' private apartsoents. .i _:.duJ. .(.a'g. Sil/!,

44nbSrmSrx "t'GEO.. FI3HER NO proposals will received aftOrtl'S :
Gaxttte .ttI tAli :
: OJ'i; 'Ote. Penuac-ola, 2Rh Jubv 1827..u $ -
7aPe454. 311t.011
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