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: November 9, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
notis - AKP3155
lccn - sn 83016253
System ID: UF00086631:00167
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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pen compelled
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w. ItASEi.1. strt.\TT, Irposited in the office oft he Secretary the Governor for the lime being, to : alty of one hundred dollars for the defendant; 'h'
necessary t(\
SoL EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR of the Territory as heretofore reuircd I cause to be instituted a motion against clerk of said the
new the
psLtWeroftFi.. l.avtoftkc United States .| and if *ny person appointed! j:I such defaulting treasurer and his se-j day of state it party in his answer and court, he shall .
5c]!,CUPTlUNYear &5 Treasurer agreeably to this act, shall j jcurities I or either of them, for-the amount Sec. 3. Be further enacted, That ,a subpoena shall be sent out thereupon and
3 otherproceedings
Half ear (
3 fail to give bond and security as aforesaid >i i of money, stock, securities, or the complainant insert i
Quarter year 1 50 I may as many had, as in case of other _
Subscription payable in advance.4iiTERi for the space of ten days, the :I: other property so misapplied, wasted, defendants as he pleases, though they I defendants. -j
Governor shall proceed to appoint i!I or embezzled, i in the name of the Go. claim
II?";.-Every advertisement I 1 : under different: titles, but if any Sec. 13.: Be it further enacted, That -
width! of oue column and measuiiug I some other person to fill said vacancy, vernor of the territory for the time of the defendants disclaim, he shall after answer filed, and no plea in a-
otlle. m0ie than] twelve lines of this type,fint : and if the Legislative Council are in I 1 being, in any court having jurisdiction (:: pay them their costs, except for spe- batement to the jurisdiction of the
"nvrtion one dollar, each weekly contiuuiffift session, ho shall offer the same to of the same, ,wherein the seat of government I cial reasons the sha'I
and wider ones at I appearing, court court, no exception for want of jurisdiction
all >' cents rate.; longer Rule and figure wO'k. I. them for their approval, and in all Cases I is situated, ten days' previous 1 otherwise decree, and he shall also shall ever afterwards be made,
,; same
tIle first Adcri where a Territorial Treasurershall notice of such,motion being first to each defendant he
doiu.Ieniice! for the iiistilion. I ; pay any costs nor shall the court ever thereafter, delay -
\, - I1n'orJiu to the' nature of them, and will in the recess of the Legislative Council -, ; anti II. on any such trial the !!I test and claim fu which e--i is not in- proceedings for want jurisdiction,
bemeasu.edby matter of this size Upe.. the so appointed shall give treasurer shall be convicted he and
person ) in of
inserted at intcivals, (that is, not in I except cases controversy respecting
When ted every week, from the first to the bond and security as is heretofore re- his securities shall be adjudged to pay I Sec. 4. Be further enacted, That land, lying without jurisdiction

1 j.vt 5ej insertion) each insertion will be cHar quired.Sec. double damages, and moreover, such i original and mesne process in chan- i of such courts, or of infants and feme T
4 c"i as! a new advt'rtiscment.-Amoullts for 4. PC further enacted, Thatit treasurer shall thereby be rendered cery suits, hall be returnable to the coverts. .

AIi..1g' payable contracts always will on be demand.made with shall be the duty of the said Territorial incapable of holding any office of j: first day of the next succeeding term, I Sec. 14. Be further enacted, That .
:ar Treasurer to receive and keep [honor or profit within this territory.Sec. after issue unless
who wish to advertise by the year. they they issue in whenever any answer is filed, if the
thrse:U: Communications directed to W. the monies of the Territory, to dis- 11. Be it further enacted, That term time, in which case they may be complainant deems the same insufficient

JJn'e1T' Hunt, Post; Master, Pei acola, will burse the same agreeably to law, andto the Governor of this Territory shall made returnable to: any day of that he shall file his exceptions, and -

beduly attended to. take receipts for all monies whichhe have the superintendance of tho office term. the same shal! be set down for argument _

-- shall disburse, and he shall keep of the treasurer aforesaid, during the I Sec. 5. Be further enacted, Thatif at the same term the answer'

xL'7ii"--.,... OF FL03.IDA., regular_accounts of .the receipts! and recess of the Legislative Council:!, and i in any suit in chancery, the process may have been filed ; unless for good ,_
::: I expenditures of public monies, he shall take care that the said treasurer I shall not be returned executed on the cause the same shall be continued .
shall open an account in his book in shall: perform the duties required of I return .1.\)', the clerk may issue an by the court ; if updn, .argument. ,

the name ofthe Territory, in which him by law, without pit tia.ity; or delay alias, phiricsor other process withoutan the complainant's except ions. tl.bc .
account he shall cuter the amount of ; and if it shall at any time satisfactorily order of the court therefor. overruled, or the defe aal t's answer 1

all money, stock, securities and other appear that any money: Sec. 6. Be further enacted, That judged insufficient, the complainantshall

property in the Treasury, and which stock, security, or other property of the dofendant or defendants in chancery pay to the defendant the defendant -

may at any time be received by him ; the territory, in or belonging to the shall plead, answer, or demur, on to the complainant, such costsas
he shall also open an account in the treasury shall have been misapplied, or before ihe first day of the term," shall he allowed by the court.

/_ .k book of the Treasury for all appro- wasted or embezzled, the Governor next succeeding the one to which the Sec. 15. Be further enacted, ThatIf _

.\u act to constitute the office of Territorial priations of money made by law, so shall authorise some proper person to process may be returned executed, a plea or.demurrer be overruled, no
t Treasurer. that such appropriations, and (he consequent proceed, according to tho provisionsof and on the calling the cause at such other pIca or demurrer shall be there-

Jh it enacted by the Governor and applications thereof, may this act, against such defaulter; and term, the complainants... shall reply, after received, but the defendant shall

Legislative! (:Council oft/ic Territoryof.Li'lorida dearly and distinctly appear in the it shull be the duly of the treasurer and the defendant or defendants rejoin answer the allegations: of the bill. .

That there shall be appointed '- books of the Treasury.Sec. I aforesaid, to furnish the Governor and so on if necessary until the Sec. 16. Be itfurther enacted, That

by the Governor, and with 5. Be further enacted, Thatit from time to time, when thereunto issue or issues of law or fact be made unon a plea or demurrer argued and

the consent of the Legislative Council shall be the duty of the Treasurer required, with a statement of the pub- up, and either party fail thus to complete overruled, costs sVill be paid, as

aforesaid, a Territorial Treasurer, aforesaid to keep at his office a book, lic fnnnccs, and of the. proceedingsin the issue or issues the court may where an answer judged insufficient,

who shall continue in office: one year in which shall be entered the name his office. enter a decree against him.* her or and the defendant shall answer within

from the time of his appointment, unless -. of every person to whom any money Sec. 12. Be further enacted, Tint them for such failure ; provided however one month after ; but if adjudged

sooner removed by the Lcgi&latie may be paid, and for what purpose, it skill be the duty of the treasurer That if complainant be called good, the defendant: shall have his

Council ; he shall keep his officeat and under what law the same was aforesaid, to prescribe all official formsof l upon} to answer interrogatories, costs.

the city of Tallahassee, and shall do disbursed, and also. to keep on file in papers, necessary to be used in collecting contained: in the answer of a defend Sec. 17. Be further enacted, That ,

and perform all the duties, &>hall receive II his said office, vouchers of the payment the public revenue, and also ant or defendant, the cause shall be when either party has been crdled on
the fees hereinafter prescribed. of tile same, and ft shall be his the manner and form of keeping the continued, unless tho complainant or for a discovery on oath, and the fact,

enacted That I duty to examine, state, settle and an- accounts of the persons employed II complainants voluntarily "answer at I as to which the discovery was prayed,
I Sec. 2. Be further : dit, all account, claims or demands therein ; and the books nnd accounts that term ; and in case a suit be thus is afterwards submitted to a jury, tho

the siiid Treasurer, before shall he enterson take j whatsoever, arising under any law: of the treasurer.. aforesaid, and of all continued for au answer to interrogatories answer put iu as to such fact,shall be
the duties of his office, I act or resolution of the Legislative other persons employed in the collecting the answer shall be filed, 0;or laid before the jury, in the same man

an oath or affirmation before a judgeof of: Council, and to examine and settle and safe keeping: of the public before the first day of the next term, ner as is practiced with regard to answers -

the county court, or a justice : accounts of ail public debtors, and collectors money or funds of this territory, shall and the issue or issues shall be completed I on an issue, directed to"be triedat

tlio pence, of any county in this Terri- of any taxes or revenue of the at: all limes be open and subject to the at such second term, if the issue law by a court chancery. '. 4--,

tOI')', faithfully to discharge the dutiesof I Territory. examination and inspection; of the be made: up by bill, answer and Sec. 18. Be further enacted,That '

his office,and he shall enter into I Sec. 6. Be further enacted, Thatit Governor.Sec. replication, or the like, whereby depositions the complainant or complainants may .

bond with two or more good and sufficient shall be the duty of tho Treasurer! 13. Be further enacted, Tint are to be taken, the cause proceed to take depositions, one

securities, to be approved ofby aforesaid, annuallyduring the first six it shall be this duty of the treasurer shall stand for hearing at the term month after the defendant or defendants -

the Governor in the penalty of days of the session of the Legislative aforesaid, to procure a seal of office next after the issue is made up. If on against whom the depositions are

tvveuty thousand dolhrs: and payable Council, to lay beforo that body a with the following inscription thereon, 'i a plea filed, an issue of fact be made to be read are served with process,
to the Governor of the said Territory detailed statement of all the accounts viz : Treasury! Olrice Florida," and up for trial by jury, the court shall the defendant: may proceed to tako

for the time being, and his suc- claims or demands which he may haye ho shall also provide the necessary i appoint'the time of trial. If an issuein depositions one month after he files

(essors in office and conditioned as.. received, audited, settled and allowed books and other stationary for his of- law be made up by demurrer, it his answer, it shall be unnecessary for '

follows, viz: : "The condition ot'the and the law or resolution of the fice, at the expense of tho territory, shall stand for argument at the timeat either party to have a dedimus for

above obligation is such, that whereasthe Legislative Council which authorised and shall lay a correct statement of which it is made up. that purpose, unless the witnesseslive

cbovc bound A. B. was, on the :I| the same ; and h shall also be his duty the same before the Legislative Coun- ;! Sec. 7. Be itfl1.rtnerenacted, Thatif out of the Territory, in all cases

day of duly appointed ';. within the time aforesaid,to lay (before cil, annually. i iI a plea or demurrer be overruled, taking depositions, the party takingthe

to the office Treasurer of the I the said council, an account of all the 1 Sec. 14. Be it further enacted, That the party may thereafter answer ; or same, shall give to the opposito .

Territory, for the term of one year I monies expended during the year, and I the treasurer aforesaid, shall! receive if exceptions to an answer be adjudged party, reasonable notice of the time

fs.:\.11 the date of the said appointment. such other facts as may be necessary to I as a full compensation fur all his ser sufficient, the court shall appoint a and place taking such depositions, 't
JS"o\, ther fore.ifthe said A. B. shall I afford the.Council full information of vices, as follows, viz : two and a half time in which the party shall file his and if the defendant live out of the -

from time to time render a just and the state of the Treasury ; and it cent. on all monies by him received answer ; and on his failing lo answer, Territory, notice to his attorney in-

true account to the Legislative Council I.i. shall be the duty of the Council to appoint I per, and two and a half per cent. on. may proceed as on a failure to answerin fact, if any is on file in the office of
of the Ten itory aforesaid, when I a committee to examine the I all monies by him paid out. other cases. the court in whIch the suit*is depending

ly thi'iu required of the money, securities ., Mate of tho Treasurer's office,and to Sec. 13. And ie .further enacted, Sec. 8. Be itfUl'therenalted, Thatin and where no such notice is filed,

socks: and other property of make report of the same. That any money, stock, securities, or suits in chancery, either party may then notice to his attorney at law, ot ,

the said Territory, which shall come t Sec. 7.: Be further enacted, That other property, belonging to the terri- i lodge his, her, or their answer, replication an advertisement inserted once a "
to his hands or be committed to his or other pleadings, with the week, for at least two weeks, in some
all disbursements of the' Treasuryshall wry, in the Irmds of any treasurer: ,
ch and that he shall deli\er the1Ioflev I clerk in vacation ; but the opposite newspaper printed in the Territory, ..
ago by reference to some or other shall be -
express person
stock documents notice shall he sufficient but no notice shillbenecfssary .
securities, party shall not be to ?
of the
general head expenditure, into the hands of the treasurer,
iiwriuiicnts of writing papers and such answer, replication, or other to" any defendant, except -
which made and be
for they are or such as appointedunder
cause II person may
looks, belonging to, or for the use of, Treasurer pleadings, as filed, until the same be such as it is intended to use tho
certificates or receipts of the the provisions of this act, and I
the sad Territory, to his successors entered in court. I deposition as evidence against.Sec. .
shall the face thereof i he and they are hereby authorised to
express upon
shall wi-11 and enacted Thatin 19. Be it further enacted,That
in ( fflt-f', and that he the particular head of general r...v- take into his or their possession, such Sec. 9. Be further ,
hosiestly and faithfully, perform I chancery, after an appearance or after any bill filed, and before the:defendant -
truly, of which the stock securities other
cone, on account same money, or property oath
all the duties of his office during his : subpoena executed, or advertisement, hath answered, upon
is due, and when the same is due for ; and that any act or parts of
continuance therein, and shall answer I the amendment of the bill or other made, that any of the complaInant'switnesses
the revenue of the past year. an act, repugnant to the provisions of .
wastes shall a new sub- are aged, infirm, or going
fur all umawful appropriations, pleadings not require
embezzlements, or destructions of said Sec. 8. Be further enacted That this act be, and the same are, hereby paena or publication. out of the Territory, the clerk may

monies. securities stock, property, when any sheriff or collector of any i repealed.Passed December 21st, 1826. Sec. 10. Be itfurther enacted, That issue a commission for taking the depositions
tax or revenue, shall fail or refuse to : is returued of such witnesses, de benc
executed -
dotum nts,instruments ot writing, pa- I Ii 11. D. STONE, when the subpoena
lrs or books, which shall come to his pay over the same according to law, I President of the] Legislative Council. and the defendant or defendantsfail I esse, the party praying such commission .
i and within the time required of him GEORGE E. TINGLE. Clerk. reasonable notice as
hands, or be made by him, or any other to answer tho bill, as required by giving provided
the it shall be the duty of Approved, December 23rd, 1826. of the time and
person by him employed, in the by same, W M. P. DUVAL, this act, the complainant may proceed by this act,
said! office ; then this obligation to be the Treasurer,or any person appointed : Governor of the Territory of Florida. to take his bill pro confess, and the place taking such depositions.: .
null and void, otherwise to remain in by law, and he and they are here- I [court shall decree the matter thereof; Sec. 20. Be it further enacted That
by authorised to institute motion a- An act regulate Chancery Proceedings.Be be taken before u
f'lll' force and virtue." Which bond or he may have a general commission depositions may -
shall be submitted to the GoVeruor gainstsuch sheriff or collector, and his I it enacted by the Governor and to take depositions ; or he may move judge,justice of the peace.or notary

Bud his approval of the securities securities, or either of them, in tho Legislative Council of the Territoryof the court to bring in the defendant.to public, at the option ofthe parties. 4

therein named indorsed thereon ; and name of the Governor of the Territory Florida, That in all causes of answer to interrogatories at his election .Sec. 21.Be tfurther enacted, That

the with a certificate for the time being, in any court chancery, no subpoena shall issue until and proceed on to trial in the whenever it is necessary to revive a
same together jurisdiction of the same, for the the complainant file his having
answer in which answerof
of the oath of office, &b*ll Be deposited ; two last cases, as though suit in chancery,
recQveryofthe amouut due and unpaid with the clerk of the court in which issue shall have
j iu thu office of tbe ;Secretary of had been filed, and the case was at the defendant deceased
the' there to, be recorded by said sheriff or collector, giving the same may be brought ; whose ; Provided, that the court, for been filed, an order-of the court for

and 1 Territory kept and the said bond shall not to the said sheriff collector, and duty it shall be, upon the filing of the good cause shown, may grant a further i that purpose-,reviving the same in the

he void ; the first recovery,'but may his securities, a written notice oftwen- same, to make out a subpoena and deliver day for the filing of the answer names of the legal representatives of

Ie in on suit and 'prosecuted from ty,days,.previous to moving for said the same to tho proper officer. and liearing the cause. the deceased, shall be sufficient, without

put ., costlof judgment. I Sec.; 2. Be further enacted, That .-: !further enacted, That- bill of re vi vor. ." .
1l1 party Sec.
the ,
to time.. any "
form of chancery,
injured! ,until iho.whole>raqu ill,-of the, Sec. 9..:Be farther enacted. That. the a "subpoena' every defendant may swear to his or Sec. 22. Be it further enacted Thatin
Penalty thereof be ,recbvered.r-An: ; the Treasurer aforesaid shall not'pay; shall be as follows : her'UD\Ver-,"before.my judge or justice suits in chancery, against. absent

authenticated tfiajltbond shall to any;person who may be a debtorto rtt /Florida, Greeting: of-the.peaco. i defendants, it shall be lawful for the .
be copy the Territory but shall allow such', You are hereby *comnKinoedandstrictly : motion to order publication
received in e'VideDe8lio'any courtof Sec. 12. B(it further enacted, That; court upon ,
law or equity in this !Territory ; lathe debtor a credit on his account. ,for. enjoined,to personally appear, the defendant: defendants may make :: to.be made 'in .some newspaper, '
would such allowances or claims before the'judge of our in the Territory, ofthe pen- .
printed ;
same maoneresthe rlginal ai&ver a:cross bill arid the
; ,. : tefjayoif his, >.her ,
>f U Be itjvrther enacted, That court for W. of said suit at Jpast eight. weeks
WrepreQfltiflcoI! t: ., s,Sec. MX, ', defendant the iaid: --cross bill. dancy ,
Sec. 3. &,ifarther tkgferf, That if the:treasurer aforesaid: "fijiall- misapply :- exhibited't, b comelled'to 'answer, in the -same successively ; and .i i it shall, authorize, .
*o Ttri itorial:Treasuret-shall enter ,waste 'or. embezzle any,.money, to answer a bill coinplaiftt'.' and! I manner W'defendant. (? to OrigiZtlbil5. !. .I II .tho complainant to proceed in# the

uf on the du of bb officexuitU bond J( stock security,o'f other property.in against. .you! by I ''' ".., ''..,.

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the 'p I pnrty feelings attd spirit to have oc. not assist thc EiJitflr of thd Herald QUtw'

tutacwiiiirci; I ns '(though! ; the. piecesveic the itt 1 and shall bo disposed of insucjijnuioiittr was requested to dr3lpI 'r 1 con- rated to the 'prejudice! of circuiustaagccs the labyrinth,, into which" he says he bas
I aiflerntion of the Jury, ;; general pre "
t \ returned executei] to the term. ns they.watliink just ; or to .the injury individuals qnfortiiaaeJy| naiej&; jfournu6Ae &
sentment.-that it might be counts are'.not luffieiegr vtf. fetr
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the Grand! I County,
: )itti 1 rnlcr'nn ,I crcc efltetI1) theCt nrt shallreqyire .by Inquest ; !(f t
pnb ! and if it their approbation Im p
that tlsemeitt i. 'siucbsibsvttlKft I mot *.
; ppraraircc ,:. 1'rov'nlitl / wrrr. advoi I >Jbcftoade' against its m'thiir.! spoken of iu tins pai:ier.nfo.Wbert7Cnpdaml b.1'pn1P\ : m I"iPeedtlT'IS'
well tirfbrnhnt-nr rt\'n'd\ ,as fie tfljwc s is now quircd by law ;| before The court subject to JIu/.eKiuh i ron'ler! John) ; pos ible. in the mean time "c ft'ilt con.I .

!, !setvinrthat thne seeoi 10 be a
open I Bradford : 1). E\,\ wards, Ilt-nrx \ TjsIIiI'lzLl, now vast majority of the people of
he flel-iycil !
.. Thai : : hut olU.ihtil FloiSda.who
;t ,ny lime uiuiin M.-\en vars, liv .11.t Itfnrihtr c1wclu I. I l '
/ absent in the coumrv and the sub- wnuM be glud to. see U the
i.ttjlio)14'. ) : tJic, >'.ut. *V :. a viicat' :;, this net shall! continue and bo in forcefrnm ; il till the close of the term, when he wrnbers. ED ID." DOYLI, specific dmrst." againu (hi budget",. Duval Of.

Tiiicl KJtt: ) in j h:N or NtrrpnswoT* JSec. the first day of March next ; t preened what-has) since been' published THORNTON Ictus hiive the whole$ if po.sitIc, and then
:;. '.?:?. He itftn&cr wwltil, That; utul the act trj jlniing chancery; pro- I I l in" your paper, there were shew I II I I B. let jU 1 icp.. done. W t believe that the

i isS1' 1 tn t : 3d 1823 aol I sixteen( members ol the Grand my JOHN Y. GAHEV.FRIDAY whole. Teiritor? uill then he tenrfittcrf
jHltJutin.s may : -'ay ifH Ci- ceedinirs! passed July .I
: }JHH-, by the Judge ;hi i tel m tijne,' t iho! act lo amrud the act rcg-ulttm I 1 picsenr$ SCVXMI of whom opposed in _._ _- :=:: : "Sulon.-l Prom lIe the "Ertrf tlvrida Iltralj.

said; \'I!( ltim, Wiieii lie shall: be sitisJvd : chancery proceedings, passed -December .:'I tho most determined manner, and stated Fil ') "n <'C-), '' "/\ ; at Tallalnssre; n two Company'sPapir articr *
.. nfihcplahuSiTs: rquity by the facts 22d, ISJ, and all other 1 acts ,J ( ) to I the ({J'cmallthat ii containedfakehoodi ed, bearing the! signature of s the app ar.

Mated JM the .I/ill; wiiii hall he sworu or pirJs: of acts, n'pngnantto the !jirovi I f : llie' evidence! of which ;; Atlienir.'n: great

to, K ml! l fh It1 H! oriltT the 1 same ; isMVJsirhcu isRr:,; (vi this .id, be and IKJ! same I ;they repeatedly oftVied 1 (to exhibit 1; to I I iitfe.rior to philosopher thai ; but oh how

: ?" e complainant} \ hal cntrr in'o I I,1.tbI'tlJt art ..hf'tJy, repealed..Al I h him; but lie manifested: a v.'iiiul purpnse :- I Ed:!or of the great Pensacoh profotypo.) Tho

: security: f.J beappinved off '}uoved, January ID, 1S27..t I that: the paper; as drawn off, dial ) with Gazette j ij

t iJ'c judge, for paying: all; moniesstinl -- _--VI __ _- I should be received or i ejected:: in to-.]I ged having thrown un'the
: : & and he with
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"rA nm- Editor of
csst* d'v) or to become (!se, to rrri ) to.Vlcn; Mr. Bradford found) ( that I A tvstine Herald tho
.. are now
the pitibiiif: ; i ill tin1 ,SCMO! a t'law; ;u4! == ---- .- -- = :: (twelve of the jury, (which nismUcr wo I I preparing
J'r:1::: 1/ : i iQi i.,:: ,. I I I rmcuVCI, fur the !) dlir mind f;>r the succession ofCol. j-
vardr'J necessary any
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: in the ; I Il're"lt'ntilwntrLmllllnt) rgivo; to :vaeha
t *;ini or her case injuncion ; J1Hn-1 1 i '
ihe exclusion
rhlasl, ilm Judiro of ; to the of Guy JJttvaf.
( he uisheJ he then j ji
as ,
:; shall I he dissolved.Sec. }presentment I Ii
24. Uc it further enacted Tint '. Court for this Di*iic':: )held a conn! .i i s.ti-i that Mr. Baltzell: the acting: Soliciloi ]I t_ _'__._.____ ____ -- What piepararion the Editor of tIt,
1 of Ovi-r and Terminer for the trial t,. S I .NOYIMBKK tub, H:;:. Pensacola CT.izctte has made,
he rantc'd 1)1 LLC Court, had toM him, that! !I we do
fluill to [IMI] II
uo injunction ) .
of the with the --- know for have.
InJ'nncharged! : murder I - --- we not received
of the! members
any judgnicntallaw, forugn.uerjsi'inhui : : of \1i. Tutfl'.i'-fc) ronaniited I I a sjority "present j 1 I I'critf Sans iTcrrliorisl >cllr.
: lost private accounts from him
siiliicK authorise him: ._ any: for
that wli'.cli the slmililiow [ i were m to :: to -____ -- ,
: : coinpi.tin.ini I -:=:: ==--- --- -
fl'ilCl.: Mr. Dalizt-ll 1 ;!pp himself not tob t <' oqnit:!My 1 sbn: his i name: as i forunian.-SOVCI-M 11 i I Laid l' roniplute !
4 bound and much inlt IMJjiece.csary 1 part ufi'io proitvution! : awl Mr. Dn- ]I! i members then told I Man, that if'I lie ili.i !I!' $'.\ : publicuijtMi of the Acts of thn Le. i is most certainly in arrears: on tilt
as : .
to pay, so j val .....;J .It 1"1 icon w-ere ;.;point M j :: nh.I I'c Council (ot'il: 'lenitury of f'loriat score of correspondence. For
ii I ibis manner to pnlm, on% the( i; l OUr-
i attempt
.t I') cover thfl costs : no i- the i it bcliali I the I I: A Lt, J llieii C'tli Sc3iiin, !S'2i5-7.
by court o i jfenc< pu.e selves, we siy; tlat'P, live-
Court what considered base
junction "shall! l he -giiKile-J( mini: the j.: they a .: years n-
Several and
u release all error in tiieproreedin I points objections were I slander 1: ag.'mst the people of f r-t"1. 11.1- Superior Court.-Iu conforn-Ity; niih the go nak every preparation to finj

p ly be I made by I lie counsel) ol life licensed, I has.;ce the County Court and iheExecutive i provisions of the 5-hli srcliun yf ** .Ai act fault, whenever we houI} tliiak'thc: ;
:ulaw; wV.iili arc pyeI; to j ,
;;= ; !'which were overruled, by the I I I -utuiin! Civil Proci'e.linjj-", the l iitcilSfitcs' .ildrs;
cojji: ru ; public
: Olihe Judjrc J ;' were inijin iorly .ft
I tin J&JQ
cnjdhK'fj.: If the!> injunction: is disrd : ] Territory, ; Court of Vest
but with ihe cwusiad ; Di.-.tiict riuptMioi
i liberty to M -. h aged.
a,)1 t in wholo I 1 or inpitt, iho" com- ; Jrgl woul'l bo )informed that it WKS Hot a jpresentuwnt j i'ioiiiU; was = idjouriel on jViondny) lat, until -
j.-l.n.junt sirli! pay: ten per cent c-xd' jfi.o I them n a motion for ::1 1 irrcsi! ol jui'o! I I I of the Jury: but of a few !It 12 o'clock' oi'tiio uextil-i: ai which time I; any one will take the trouble t'
1 m mom, if the jury j : brought; iu 'u veruici I the Clerk, look at
i (.fleg-'d :interest! upon the sum for ; I j iii.liviJu'iK', yet, true to I his purpose, ; ail! itiH Ciiusus were co.tsu"i by our publications of slnt period -.
of gailty; !hu '! it the Court which! | and the Court un adjoufiu'a n.itil the next they wilt see our plights and
: w.uch! it shall; ho d!!: uh'c(1, ht"sitlos: I I pi'l h'iltl''i to the absence of the our
After the Hence for I iu of
the tt :11
; coii&vquciice We think
'-i.T.s, :ui | tiori bad closed, Colonel! Maron, movjedthc ; be said that we have at least
\\iiidithojii'lgnirnt at l Jaw was ()1).iIIfl- I I had) not ajrieed or given theirsanction i iand I I redeemied -
: I ('(tJj'l, that inasmuch: as the i it received. I Martin Ilutto, who was in confinement some of them. Our
('d, :shall ''S ltc' h s (:"(' 'iJti\};iI for the (l accordingly was not I,I corrcspond-
: amc I when he i i-snes'an execution ovidrnce di.l not est-jsIj! any (ici 1 I I The Court being d th-it: a general! j-in this City, under a ch.ugof! Ii.tviijg assuultcii !: ents have freely scolded and sometimes .

thai irunliJtcd) : the iho jury I1 i : the (L..il.r of, th Uiiiiftt States' we have in word
prssouris would a
ss'd not jbo agreed ou put or two
upon! jiulirtwn1.: b,' in'\il'tlCitd find -verdict oi'j presentment* j }!.iil l, wit! inlont to kill him, for the pur.j
Sec. 25. 15 c further f.1arlr-l, That I to : I Ihut : by the .Jury, dismissed the members! j.j> : o-f robbing from the Mail I ; and who to season the mess. Sometimes our
j I :c:; ;:,1'1! \' and t the Jury, without I re- I it I last f tho fl has boon itlakfti remarks have been a home thrust
the last
an appf il!, or v/rit of error :huH not J' as was day 9 | E st aped in August to all;

: lifoljntined: { tot'I lnv or rovt.-rs an'* or- j! tiring iiom: their scats, accordingly I Under such circi4auces wo crul.l I and coininitted to cutoiiy at Caatointer.tCliucli and sometimes: our p.oliticiansVo.lIJ

dur or clecree! of ;dibdiargeor! : disio- i did! s.). I l loss to say who die person i is, or what I I of lh'!..U., to S.await Supenor his trial Court at the of West next Floi-term condescend to give us a nod of approbation .
N. doubt cAioJed it ards the
) ; as
,c Intion of an i i'function! ), but any r.vo rr I i nti tive.i actuated: ( him in endeavoring I da, It) Lc huidcn oa the first MonJtty of savo hw Excellency, or excellent -
jik! of ihe accused indeed
jl1;; ;1's of the court of apiw' 1.-,'on iiiMX'ciln'jf j .T;! : we have I tUIiC5OOtI o impose on tho people a publication; j; M'iy! next. It is said that it was his inten Governor, who is fully pur.

; thy records: nny, .1'thl'J' ($ri I l I that they cmlessfc1! it M f fr.iugiit with niitniili if uot with t voluntarily to come to_ this City and. suaded that there should be at all timesa
j their!; counsel-!:ut it redounds: highly, d Cii'J' Lriinsrlf tip for trial, under the impression
ILl: reinstate the injjjnrtionYy"j 'i- I i malice. t perfect obsequiousness on our part.
I to the honor ..t''ihe Court and J 1 that the Court was in *rssf ou aud
detl, ihty ShIU be of opinion; t the sinitvns ? I *:-y } I A respect for the public generally i reiving on his expectations oi'acquk al.;- There have been many.public sales
.\." v.vll as tl') the Ti'n-.iory; that
\ iD11)lill'dv'dschlrci.ef: ; ; .. tj! .Il\-1 notwithtandln I as u'ell as for ourselves individually I i if tiii i be true his CIOiC confinementorsU : of us and our paper during our Editorial .
t-d. J the j g1 re.;!! prfju'iici .s tint I induces! us to declare tho reasons that I aio-.uhs befote: trial is to be regretted .lie i career. Sometimes wo wero

c .L''H'. _,)4'". Itfurthfrernrtr'!. Tint i ]I have t : i.ie.l a ti l suIt ))IUVIJl ag-iiu.it: !I influenced us in our opposition.Therefore i i* .i.aw in :: *Vr -qnartrrthan our jail a,1- sold to one, and then to another. Oc"cnsionally
j !!ll" ps-isoneis, that they h.\( $receive ., foJn)1; und has ny chance for escape.
I :111!! *H'o in rhaiiccrvvurh, ; nnv be : I i l.-t. Tho preeminent I it was so insisted on, that

: liroii'jlit a; JJnsi .ihe lieir! ? of any* decodui t h it f-iir: nnd imp trtial trial which be- I! I mescnts I the people of Tuliaiiassoe: re-I Ejclr.tclfroma lllerfi-om It'tHlam Urlncetj we doubted whether it was uot thc
: ::, ubcr1ilie nanus: oj'! sncii ;1 loiiirs I ; of right to every individn J: :1 1. 1 j ji b:.'iug almost outlawed and un.(overnabloi 1 the Kdiiur of tlie Pciisucjta Gtztiie, fact. Lately we have not heard who

Jll'irtre. i ;w":1, in iv L be) tii-nght 1 i iie( J ahc? infirmi'd the! J'ur't.u: I which I is nol the case, as .m.n iheleast I d led, LlNN EAV Dul'AXIC U. KOS.V, owns. us, and have not been able todetermine
t thoy d m.iks' : Xew-Yark, Oct. lofA, liii.7
ij< ainst such lij-irs, wlu-re tit nhi"r: ? ; cOil no di&liuction-of icr-! I! I occiu.uiuied: wi.h the 1 pSacknow: I 11 i.s SIK I havt> bt-en io.K.iuied, by what course to steer ; but

,I .nc unknown *..> Lid; vpl-Minnl. ; i I .a-ii'!, ;iil; that ti! 'i rules of law winch! j j.tpjy : -dt.idina: :: impartially: we fell bound :\ :. lloittn.tn\n -of St. Augustine, tiat ti: : I in the lnid.4t of this dubiousness, we

;'j'llt':(/'l/, J'Itt the 1 .npiiiriHt] buf-rc I in oncc.;"c were equally appltraiilis } I' to admit that the reverse was true. 1 pe'jjjle of j-'l.u-id.i: tld\ C it itotion ijtal py ich- can determine with certainty that vc

the :1:11'.14.on of any p oce>f, or niiJiiij : lo Z11L.I During:' the kite( os-iioii 2nlIy.! That Justices of the 1)tt'0ad ; !., ,\jlnt.'uu.] aud Plums wilt I uotiloutish in have not made up our mind to sup-

i<.1 ny or.lcr I 1 auj-iin'/ vsrh I hcuv, dofile ,I of tu! court, njai'.y: ihiJkult! and poiplexiug i h hr-en appointed: I wilho.ii; tlue, if 1 j then' err-.neoiU iMiniite aut lia.i.".1 I.sucii 3iotnii.j ideas ; can for no bemore l p.rt Co!. White for Governor, or to

in; she rl Jp.1's! P1L1('",\* J.h hi.i: ; or her'l. (iK'.iiors aro'c out of the orymizaiion I any regard: to .ti: !jir qualifi-'itions.: i j ; j I n'&H1 .v.'iatcver; cv.n MHi;.' Si the' South of produce any impression upon the public

; j h:1:!!, an afiidavii-, -tti.: : tint: IJI! ; : of! our courtand 1 the cuni I This ;also we did i lint b-L.11-c.va to be": Fi'rtiictuul t it.iU' iu ti'ose line fruits ; imt l tniud against Gov. Dncal further

.shr; tl.jci: l:Ul kio\v :; iliclrs. UJe ofii.gsai ,uch ,i,i fiij>cd state of our I I-I";':. Tho doci- i 1 1dP, for \\\' had reason 1') beiiuve that I: the t'i.ritl.h bear a vy.y ji't'cal J:1lg: y totlr.jiO than his own acts will determine his
: ] : I prompt : l in tho appointment of Justices; a pr..o- ; liiiiusi Pcrlnps, if brother Hunt
? Sec. l>7. UP itforlhrr ir.aclrJ: Th sin per.'pici! >:!>:, r.ud! so iV.r I <..l'V" cli.iru -:,.. rt.ird had; been the' ", !! tiifje; fi :;its succeed in your sfction of the I us his arrears it will
:; ] !I !I' per :' paid fo I": >-. : llj: >!tn, bin tlH'liil Jo so to a degree tiat puys : greatly asiiat -
, ; all. CHt.J! ''o the l1.nH.:1': sonnj t tif j 'vpo ;general! and entiresTiisfiCiioij ral; 1 ai5.l l'iutclhjctual I <[nialiiKati: :>n'j ot I i iI tMiiii./t h tf surpassed in any cuullir\.' us to gCI out the bhyruuh.into:

} the lcirs known tlf! ; \\s tiit* I bar.On I I i: i'Me IMitnof; Iijl.n!: ; .ttc will bi have
: MUJ to : coinanil I thus.appointed.: 1.-Tint: MKne: of tlitJii ,- | / winch we unfortunately! fillet,
1 Tin-s.i.ry 1 ; t the t'J.1 1 inst. a i motion Jiituii ooii J'il. tui1}' o" e WiU will 1 procure
]:.*IU'wt. sone ir: ir.iktrjvvn I. iiiu. I i ivmfs uiigiit have beoa rolax in tliolr; | and we may then be able to act definitively. -
I nnnU! soiito sct-t-i of li'.e: '. .:,-:',. ro or lull I'tiL-n
. w; ; H'1 >r<' J-s dre! RantUH i. *
1. intil! C:1? \\i\'H': tin co.iiji.ui; : : : ; d,1-! (:. wo ..I.eI.slllb! to tuliiiii Lut tL:!! i uilice bs' i .
: IHili K'.ivfc them at nil to lor.vardel -
. a >h'ill! knuy .11.I, 1.,1.: .. -Ii.'" ',"...,,",I oi i th.hoiis .- I; ilm 1 case. or'J.iiiti; : it. \\ .itkiiis, chained:I ; I''i i it'i.h iliink! thai: fiv.svi thi3 ..iie! ; v/o I j jirr.fr'a .: :f ami t-> :11". J'rincc. A i liberal! pi ict* will' I, A* 16 charges pgainst Gov. Duva1t

:::il r-l h .11 not .l-j o'4tC vviiciljethrre : .- j I i :1 !iiii''l<-r, i to as.nit! the jtrlbo 1trn j; shht1| : !' 1. t.i. ujoliuj! ; of tl.i'L 'I be gi'I'u for thi-m. S.*eds of atj of.'is" wt? ryillvdj n.jt t kuovwhere to L-!
I "lll-J'; Jt-s-iy. (,'.
    o :.e
    I otlu I !
    g .mtI"
    it .
    u-bi III do
    . is I): iI")! J : J'i'\r-I \t ) 'ppoJiitfJ tht'iij, or vrl.o coilLn-i :' gin, if we wore! to begin, we

    .. fuj for hip, W'> ;11U1' tt ;.irofocd); ] 1.: MIJjuj :: i iu;: ijeirdf; .. of I tlie I moion; whichva 3 o.l tb.vir! i uon>!!n.ii'; i;on.3i.ily. i ;t,. \ 'Iy ill 41cc.:4i1t d :, -! pt' ,r.ciand'..out t.) Jli1 lur.uJh'UI .--:uid not know where wo should end. I If Solon
    .!I. j I 1 \ : I1 : .\
    . ?-} iagjin.si l : ijjosn xviio aro kiitnvn.) I ovor. : : by tincourt.. j I Icu; ; :.t- we did} not wish to I t if olietteJ.Ve i is very anxious however for >.ncciiic -

    i rrl by: auserti: .'eui'-at a'!./IiP..t. 111lc.1: I II .Ti-e.--A late Pencicola 1 Gaze-tie( I I i raM; any :: >nfii: {ioti Ill the C \:.'cut 1.-C, I -c-- charges:: we will endeavor to get

    Wi.' O aic niiknov/n, III the >:tIne ni I.101'11 !- I statc1-t!; .\i ..'. Tinti! : ; ch.tiL'ed/I I t i {fr lii'j deli'.y i :;iI i ti-: :jiublivation' ol law I .' ; /.-\ copy; \. ill. pleasure a 1 pr.ivgiapli iOine of our erudite correspondents

    ; :* or .she ni'.g!::, :;! .' 1I." r.acs O"'lld'I I iti'l I icccivrd 3 1-.5: a p.jgo for tha'jMihlicati .1': 1 iV/j p'l'sfd by !!:e: hibt Council, when I ; uuJcr, curri-cting: thU;; !i ito!an, froia crtor ilnr:inio I'lurid.i whirii Aivocair we- to bring forth the budget. Cut perhaps .

    were unknowi:. I I' : : ;'>:i of ih.,! J l--dt ,rts: of the LcJNii'Ivo we know r tint: Lt.(; LAecunvchad done I had fuHcu! with regard I to the jriCCjJ.1 for there is no necessity for this call;

    i *i 2. n.? .:/ ru.'thrr tnaded. Tins: 1 II : : Council! : wheruns the 1 f.u't is, I I "lll that; lay in his power to dccllheir: i I priutiig i she! last laws cf the Territory.The for a 11 impression is abroad, that with.

    if a cojnplalnnni 1 i hi :.::.i'tSY, on the 1 ]I': tint: the {rablUher!: loceived but $2 a I puhilt/! : ; as eaily! ] as pO--ible, and I I I11l.tt mistake occurn-d Iii coiiseq'ien.'a' of out this "illte is verging towards a

    ' ( rsirnLTofthe.' cine: ?.ilH fill 10 pro.,. page. -- I i J tSc djlay! had boen occasioned: our being iufuriacd by the Uowraor, tuat [:vpotuncous cowbus iolJ.
    i it was "usi'h3for tlie Kditor uTthis
    ? i.-xMitc: it, ;;vid thc' UelitM.: ?}.int ii!al; also i that
    \\"e by ( tCtli1SflUCS the
    did printer bill he h.ul drteruiined
    not: suppose it nrre, ,o | to make a fur thtj>uttact.as -
    ; f il to appear, (the court may, ;in their stat-e by \vhom the\ sary CJlild not COUiMKiJ.l'sy. ; i.) contract with !\1,'. Thrustou at The FlorUa: ] Advocate of7th ut. gives

    ; discretion nut-r rhher: a nonsuit a- pl.tVied of below jmschtmcicem- II I !:! That die proposed presentment the price formerly ;iveII." The' price f.u-- s sceral arti-l endeavoring to counter
    *;.nnst the conij.l.iin.njt. or dr. .wJ.UH.J, was handed) in for the mtrly' gRit wa f-iur dollar. &. twe.i y five act the cllcct of a docurueat! published ino.ii
    t. oroonlinno 4 I publication, as tw! nanio was sub- i: prosi'iiird as a grievance to cents per page ; if it was re.luu.! lo two last: purporting to be presentments ajfrffd -
    \ caiiic.be I:i vcribt:'l in full.-Aud a* to whf.'tlic.r I! ( ommuni'.y! the evil practi'cVhj h I dollai per pajje. we wfs'e i,iiorant of it ; ; t,) by a greit nnjortty of the Grand

    f -.. 20. 1.;: iifcrthcf cnattctl, -ThatvIi I jho jiresentment bid been rccfcived j prevails.in 'J\ ilahjssHe; of intoxication : and aclviiij-.siedg'' that nil \ve i uve puliri! !- II I Jury of Leo. County.Ve copy the pro-

    , 'I j t:\ CT a .liiud! ilec-rce of f .my! court ,I by the cOtrr. \vc know j II II l by spirituous liquors, ana believe cd foundfd oi the idea t!,-.tit". Tl1ra..lia I teal ul the: minority" ami an editorial article
    c.\orc sins: I nothing:: ; but ] recelz.tl four dollursusid i t\tiutj -Ivt ccirtspage Oil I'm' snhjeci.We .
    cirinci'iy jiirisiHction shall! I IL crimes and isJetncanorsuhich
    that I: that iur.y! n<
    } the( publication( was I p'r is inoor\c.; 'J '..it lie aid not h.o; nothing to gay with regard to
    ;;* ;r"n.ir'd ;
    ducret-inj!: n convov.uice Inve! !hoen made known'to,
    fully authorized.Soae : : us, charge it and t that! ;: saU: cA.tc' was not ap- so niiicJi of the IVuscuttiicut and lie Protest
    1'or'iiJKgd! 1 '-.rt' lands, jfihe defcndh : of our friends: hr.vo told I during the present term, were directLy ps-ovfcd by his l celiency, w.; are not in- as iv rards tlis pneral state of moralsin
    iu i
    ditH ( dufentljn: !% (1 ) nuf; on or Im- tlr.Uihe: publication ho I or in-liieftly occasioned: bv sllch'ii fouued-when! wtar,l C'invinced thdt this the City of Tallahassee ;- except to express

    foi 'tu{ : lilY tneiiiioned in said de- into a might 1 construed I .l'Thi* :; wa are ;-;>tvar- m is the fact, it will give itS equal pleasure to our hopes that on this point at least

    .:n'_ ; for makiujj said: contempt 1.\. a J'j 1itl. judge, I ranted in ttatia retract the ftn.ure we have, a.ul Mill do, the minority are corcct.As .
    con\eyance, hut of'thii as there had been
    jr.ttkr we \, tIc j entirely' ; innocent, belirveh-m: to 1 bt' eniillfd loon tni account. to the appointment of Justices of the
    . ; or cause the s.'irue to be madeuicordingly if motive is to be looked to in ascer. I Lilt one mstanco bcf.ro the Jurvwhicii [I'orlnps, if the truth wen: known, our pub- I'e.ice "whhoulUuc. if.my, regard to their

    I the court may appointone taining) erlille. I ; seemed to h ive proceeded from; li-vaious! on tIe subject have ::IVCfleCl( Mr.Hi 'lulIitkat: tm'i" we do .IHiN of instaucoa in
    'or mere commissioners; make from the exorbitant \vhch has h been !
    to intoxication and thru raster.! t-ccciviog' a proper regard ; not put
    Althoughw the I I was a case 01;
    such deed, which wJ.r-n: made shall regret ( disagree- assault price iitch! hi; Cscfllency told us he siunild to the mural and intr Hcci al qualities n'->**
    : "Cit the ioir.ll! title ha ijid conilahiantor I mem in our 1.ite }highly respectablegrand : j I I .by an hidividuil 1, who did noire.sido ullo.v bimVe do hot k-.iow tat it i% s">. of those! appoillled"-we know that it i. impracticable

    l : ] j :Jry ; yet t we concur with the 1 ; Iii Tallahassee 1 or its neiglsborhoo'd. and should like to see a 1'ull nud fair expo- to get the necessary uifonpa-

    coi plln -nis. I miiionty in :thinking;: ; that the I I titinn of the facts ngardingthis busiuoss.tpeuU .. tiOA in ovciy instance and that the Cover-
    Sec. JO. Ee itfur&cr enacted Tint aitist presentment 5ih. Because the out, Mr."Justice, was not foir dollars l. I nor only merits censure in cases in whichit
    a ; the jjfene/.d state pres-eaunent presented
    -1 if suit I of HUN and tveotyve Ctut: cliarg-I was practicable to .the necessary iui -
    shall Li* per page get
    her any after cu'pccd'nir! or I rals ii! this! ; city, \.',(s too seven.1, i if not as a grievance the vvmt: of J p.l!, and the account thus made out apTjioved i 'formntiou or in which persons of known

    .couimciid in any court of wholly unist. court house, jail: &c. and recommend : by. the Governor ? Jive us IiJd- I. capacity and iotrgiity have been rrjccted
    C J) :lIc'ry rn this Territory"against: I fh* / to the County Court take such I while! -Ue thoe not swell
    : any : e pr 'seltment'complains of theapjioiutmcr.t to necessary you give us the truth, good enough I or deposed make room for "
    defendant or clcfl'Il.iHHS'ho! to giveuthe whole truth. quau'fied. Tint there are instance nt
    -are I of jiiMiots meat>ui< 3 as are necessary for J
    out: of this Tenilonyind others with) <; the peaco, their erection and a. this kind, as well with rs-g ard to other otli.!
    "without duo if : especially jai.
    ar.v n" trtl to their that of Justke-of Peace, we tutu.
    in the! same luvinin in iqualifications" To this! East Florida. Herald.-We received, on ces as
    their hands ef-: of we objected, ,IS it \,'a ; made i
    this there few who doubt.
    iecfof; ; matter, it is j Tues:lay last, four numbers of the St. Augustine are
    or otherwise indebted tosucb due to cur :. known to us, that the County Court the publication of
    executive to the, I| Herald ; from all of which, except With 'regard also to
    I abut; defendant or defendants; and' total impru-iicabiiiiy: : ) of the had passed an order of the Court for I', the last, we had previously! seen extracts .in the Laws we must enter our protest against

    the appearance; of suth absenteesbe information being; obtained necessary the sale of the south half of the county !: the Charleston and other pnpcrs. We copy the opinion of the minority of the Grand

    not entered, and security <*iven to the her we Luiiivc ; and fur quarter! section of laud adjoining : in tiiH paper some of the many ar.tiolcs: interesting Jtry.Ve beleive that the delay hai
    that: tho eslabishcdrule I been occasioned circumstances that the
    : : :IISftctou of tile -to our Territory wbich we find iu by
    court, fir !perform' is to the City oi" Tallahassee, awl! that uot-control" but did the Lxecutie -
    :I 1e decrees appoint any one who j is recommended I these papers, and shall continue the selections printer could ;
    ;Ig upon affidavit! that by persons knowu're they had appointed! live commissioners -, in our next (Uli our Northern brett
    Mich defendants are out of tire Territory : spectability, and none other. (three of whom wore members of fcay of their selections from Foreign jour. i Ii nsual beJbre, to make it,for the interest of

    k the court may make an order tho Grand Jury,) to lay oT and sell I nals; for p-iper often taken the lame time i iI the printer not to !have them delayed beyond
    and requiresecurity, to restrain: the For the florida A!L1olale. and with the I I to travel from St. Augustine lo i'entarola. I a day certain ? We think not ;-with per
    fIr. proceeds arising thcl'c- inform us
    York the the "gentlemen cau
    defendants! in Editor as Horn Liverpool to ) By haps
    I thisTeintory from pavJiip SIR: -Ufo |have from, to erect a jail), and one of the way, we wish that more of our patrons certainty.. .
    coiixpyingawjiy, or secreting the sUrprise read with much members of the jury was furnished i would subscribe to Brother GOt1Jd' 'paper-; -or-- .

    ;f deujs: !!-v tI.(':): owcd to, or the dfectsjn ol,the 20th a uljclion|: 'Jour paper -with a copy of the order which was as they would then get these articles sooner The name of the. Post Office 1. at lias Yellow been

    !thwr! !liaiicls of; such absent defendtr I mst. s.. lwd Thomas Mad laid before the than w, c o' l1sert them; anal moreover Wafer, in Walton Connty,
    jury. General to
    '- isoll the Post
    Badiord meritorious friend would receive better changed by
    >, and for that Foreman, encodragemeiit .
    purpose nny older to be the purporting Tho above are tlio roasons by whichwe ;-and), while we are about it, LT..M1a<. .:

    uch ldts: to be paid: and efl'ects tic- n ) : : 13 wero guided and influenced-the we may as well wish that his .subscriber II II) .

    J livercd! to the sid plaintiflf; or plain- .ontyoftboGrandJuryoftSwere truth of our statements are beyoud would do alike favor to.the Gnzetie. Thosegof; 0'11I"reader* wliq'were acquaintrd -

    liljs, upon their giving fctiOicicnt scc'unty fast lC110r.Court-for Leon Count& at its contradiction, acting under the directions We most certainly plend guilty to the I with the lale' _Doctor RoVsnT L. THOKof ths-*
    'r.m. As I will rftui wit ff 1Jlea5'1l'e
    for the we made of in arrears -j tbe Navy
    return thereof members of .charge against us being \
    to such persons $thatGrand of .our oath we .would'l1 t do with following'tribatt'tohU menioryj which **
    undin such) Jury. we lee! it due 10 the on the score o correspondence j jourbrothcr Vir-
    manner the; otherwise for it we communication iu the
    as .prescribed from a
    court: public.as \rclJ that. 1 I Typo in St. Augustine, and aro I extract '
    haH direct ; !if the couiplainant failor 1. clare tl,0 as to ou"elves,; to.datliat should prescot-tbe truth and nothing : glad that he has-pubHslreil defalcation ; lai : .. .
    ; ghriaAccident" '
    refuse to ghe such! security the efffds : publication was pi t a .but the truth and that without fivor; or j other of oar, friends will be thereby I-r.j $ thr. w me in, the same

    hun H:: aiu In the {.Hlf! .vicn" nfl' P"Bradford I cmment of the Grand 1urv J. Mr.' affection; and we would have depart-i 1 convinced that they'are: :not the only ones we of J i{ Steam BOat twith'JI".gciit..tjju&JnT who
    at in that We arc, ,
    an neglect \\1.
    % "-
    curly Ilia Nav
    : of the
    i day Court, ed from justice, had we have suffered | opiuiou that private J accounts from us would I Ip filled a public'stl j9t in


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    T ; -,' ,:li vic 1,1 ),,'.;..I.; a '11..1;- :..-.ie, ; i i 1LVaflatt1U loiii Octohor, ] const of the Black Sea.1 He thinks!. The minister: : of car has announced t. A1f Or'LTA.wrn'

    din"! Iho caplamoftiie boat thouglit it I,I under convoy of the Fnyih: ? Ca&iMa. .. that the fitting out of ibis fleet, (done to the cnptain general, that by the ,

    prudent to put into, flew, Point! S lor aharbor. I It was understood thit1he CasiUa' .1. as i ii is at great expense.) joined to the 2Sihofthe month he wdl: havo in Providing for making aon lJarlqutllt

    Most of tie. 1rnthength.rjircnWy would! )accompany':her through tho :Increments of ,the anu forces, leave Catalonia at his: disposition 10,000men Palafon an J Gobierno Street*

    ti ea-sick; :If ho,Indies particu' ulf and would then proceed lo Porto, no,doubt tliHt plans of great importance of tho best troop, which it is Sec.aadft.tr 1. Jle ntier, purposes. '

    :.\i ly so-but wliil/t Uie boat tras roil-- Ric/i.-It I: was generally supposed .. are on foot. supposed will ic sufficient to rcstQre Beard ofJUdcnaen it fn-icetl, hat ly the the,1/d.j'jr owner and ol _

    11g :u llie Day, &'wiiiist.jt. .eras making | Commodore Porter( had gone in.. 'Carter's i'i"QIrTS.- followingnote tra nquilitv. Lots upon P-lafbx Street .from Finlaj'5'
    :--sW bark nt l leasUHreniy' wiles, to the pm
    TV.i 1t." J w.w JiJrJ'K witii l"n- ..coapVes |h oft the TorlygV. t few i\vs! afirr her c'euitg2lr.. Carter is h:, to .. .J.yijrgusNo. X.-iu our next.. by J- C. and C. C. Keper, mH from the-

    : of two of the pas-ens-t-rs! nliov. 'sifting.-The. Natchez ;aQorded! roliefto his friends that ppy "- "--I ,5BW corner Ferdinand 7ib, totHe rtonb cor-
    : I announce to his work nrr of the lot owned b/
    oxTrnzlJalthn frbrres .
    the floor of tins cabin cvrra1 merchantmen in .distress -
    "*re jK'.rin" 1 which is now in'prc, and t e publication s}all it their own expense construct
    arc, 1--Colonel John
    Fi ( 1n iJi'5 !' "::ns I soon reunitedIj.Vm I *l sc'<. Havanavos unusually of which has been delayed some I/oward i iI sufficient lianqucttc eight feet wide,from

    t.; I be1 1iers: O.fln N avy': ; arid !healthy. weeks, in consequence of i ill l health, I Eager is no more ?-Mary i the buil.i'ig l line to the outvJc of the! _ _
    land has to lament the loss of anotherof
    : cm'b Tin
    cub timber
    c'uvcrsatlOn.tlwcll shall be of
    a; upon .vill be the
    r-i1 ready delivery to subscriber -
    iiivdiseaswin tIle West Indl.i cli- Arrival of the Grampirf. !: her gallant and venerated Son, in heart of)dlow pine or some d'i'ablciirn.
    : un or before the Cst Novomber.
    ocr inches, wide
    the death ol Col. Joii.v E. HOWARD and six inches thic -.
    I.WIP, I $u-petc.t l tC1fl lo he stir- The U. S. Si-hooner Cramp, Uf.K. lie seizes tkis occasion to tender I I his who departed ibis life last evening to bej.id straight, as- nearly Itvcl'aa the

    irons. I WitS right in my conjecture, j J.\TTTMF.R Esq. Commander, arrived I ovatofiil iu-kuo \'Lcdgcmcnts tu the about half o'clock. The, street will admit and strongly pinned to-

    Jls I tertitined soon at tzr., I ucC'l noti'f at this Port on Tuesday lu: >t, public! for nn (')pressiou! of liberallh past eight tret her. The walk shall he fill:'d with '
    ol' this gallant officer and
    that tlirre is no rlaM of men in from a cruize :1m1last from.Tarnpiro.We which so much transcends his expec- I name public I S snd to Mit->p of the curb and ,p:YetI
    $ citizen i is identified with J-rickor
    spirited covered
    the; world so much (ji!;in tiisiP'l! forIhcir .:uder.?flOcI th-it the Officers and tations. Persons holdi4 subciipsijtipapers SQ with A composition
    with the history of our Revolution, uf line and t and made halt and solid.
    urbanity mvl I !(u.k-mjiiiy;! ; nianjirrj i Crow; are m: Qood health.; will oblige by returning them ;and the prosperity of our city, that Sec. 2. Uf further tnucted. That the

    as the officers ot"ilju; Navy., It i iW.IS :::.-., .-.- previous to the day of publication.N. I so long: the well earned fame of the owners of hits: Goli.erno street fvomAicanez '
    wish llicso two enileinen.: i i iTnoujih :Y. Gaz. 11 ill Oct. i street to tie! lot oned bv _
    so from thc na'seI of N oRrm.K, ( Vi.: ) 0 ct. 17 1 old Man land line, shall! endure, a vestii Herb) and now occupied by Mr Middle.

    exempt I' Arrival of the Julii AU'GS..-The I The toll of an Ass.-When the t !' jtij" our metropolis remains, the ion, shall construct a Banquette to is

    jiMMckncs: tile one by his temperament ITS. ship John} 1\1- Lt. Com E. i i late J''>rd Kaiines wont to Aberdeen, t character: of a the Hero ufCowpens and seven feet ten inches w.ule from the build- '

    :1H11oth by their !Inhi; yetit I R. SiiiiKiucK, from Tartar Poin! *' .t as a j-j'l jj upon the circuit, he took { Euiaw, will be chcri>hed with fond ;11.7 line to the curb, anti tu be filled up
    ,'iiai"ilio! ; \vuj what ( (:I nljd i iKjmhiC5s'ihfy 1 t: d completed in the .
    H see same manner -
    \\ -s ': (Navy4ill, Pensacoh,) 19 d-iys; r.M his quarters at a good tavern ; and J re::e m bra n ce.-nmicle. as re.j'iirtd
    Jthi I vi 1 Wttl < by the first section. Provide
    : tuiittrr ( ,
    ) >ymp 1 1i I anchored between the Torts ),cstf'ri be in-,:; fatigue aii'l l pensive after dinner, Dr parted this life, on Tuesday Oct. J iaf : Uut'tl'cr? shall be no Uauquette rnulcupr S _ _
    i *< of I the) nek-how Ri-utly tluyprescribed thy.V' t state that tho of Hit* landlord if there his residence, .it H'lhertsvalle'Mt. MAXIHLVr -
    i are h.tppy: ; he enquired I the south ulc of the stree froin Pal4vx ,.
    t little remedy th ;'t i : IIp'RIItRr'u'r.. in his 6. thy ar, _ _
    every 'I oliv-er.! ; anti crew ;eneially aio :in ;>or- were any lesu'aod mm! in :!io n'igIi. to Aicanez street. .
    of : & after attarli: of which he
    : a gout
    st'OeriUi tjo
    the I Sec.
    vj: ;'dd abate : :I feet health. bourho'id( : who crt'd I Ii/)r hm: wit 11 l bore with great fortitude. He lia* left K 3B further enacted, That the

    t;; C J cr -how i IJiuliy! tlioy; handed ,j The oh'l nns ?pnkc Spt. 30i their couipanv: ovn; -; <:] is' ot wine. wife and five children to deplore! the Jo!s cf side walk bcfurethe aforetutd shall be completed _
    : on or
    j jI thirty-firtday of
    the ladies: into the'fiehair. upon thoiiJi ,i in 1:1.24 S.S, lou. 8.1 32, BritihCtriue I The Lsuidio.-u 'I"i.e, el::, t*,at the: prilvsor .>- an affectionate husband art J a fond father. I her neE And,it shall be the duty Decem of(heI -

    lien tuir: titrt's: and tj tuuuse1lrL. heir po' l boiuui to Now Orleans ; Oc:. T*, I I ;and tha Lord of Sessions seat ids; COil; > '. r f TN "a.AA''fiiI. finished agreeably to the provisions of this

    ., 1 I in lat. 2.1 .1.), Ion. ol 51, br-: :: ,' ; !Ioclniiic f i"l lI' iicats. Tne: proft-ssor! 'was: nal /1i I -< 8 N r Ordinance.j *

    The elder n11l'mm: in partiruhr 1 of antl 27 days from Portl'iul: 'i ly eminent iubcienco, but of various: ?* ,Tlln the Sec. 4. Be it further enacted. That if
    I" owner of any Jbt or lots his or her .
    of the fit interesuiifj men : vriisacs.t2e a .
    \\.15 one hound to Matan/; who had spoken and lively conv,'r.ati''n; though ne *. gent, shall fail to cause a Daiquctte to be _
    I Iud! ever seen. Such was tlfti be- .s d.iys previous( on the Daham-i i had the delect of Li I*'' ut:line 1I1:1 1 1f constructed according'o tire provisions of -

    jjiirnity l of his ( counti'n.ince the kindrr.sol I II C.uik., shi p Ixio; of York, 45 Thompson-both great: poeis-'hat ofa Q this ordinance on or before the thirtyfirstc
    his mannrrs: nn< the jilt rcst- c: of December it shall he the
    N. Orleans! 7ilin duty
    d-jyjvfro.n llivrefr ; stupid: and dull ippe.jraiico: before1 j jit o\a.
    L chnr.sctcrof conservation: that; I O \ of W.nsARillVEi" the Mayor of.the City to let the makin*
    ijj'j ::s
    ': lat. S 1 4o, Ion. SO, was boarded became enlivened by Wiiiemd; l com -- of the ; _
    Uanqucltc to the lowest
    ]lit clnnnrul} every one on board. lie French! hip) from 'Bordeaux After bow he bidder by _
    : packol:
    ron a pany. a respectful >. t giPflg" public notke thereof.nut draw for _
    \vtsdrawn by peculiar! Ciroumbtancesto !bound to Ilivana.Vrm ; took his: seat, and l looked af the t ii!\.', X I\-. 6th U. S. Ship Natchez, ;.he amount thereo"fo: the City: Treasury, _
    the side 01 the Indies. He dcliir'sttvl : florida IfcruU. immersed in he ann t the acroun shall he pI fCetl in .
    /Ac Exst thc
    ; rc' / quite some proiiiem (; "). IJn-ld E q. Com. ; four claysrom I
    f' in tle; little luldren l \\iio ( ham oftlM1 Cit Collector, who shall _
    : Justices vftltc Peace.-Among me had left. Two glasses of wine were I ofT Havana-hearing tho Broad) : collect !
    with them. And no wonder that ;; lije same h the sanae manner a* taxes
    schemes of the
    oilier disorganized; lilled and drink in complete si1' .1C.! Pennant of Coin. Ridgely. I
    1 mm: ot* his gentle( tcmpera:;1cut wis lite CouncJ, there was a request forwarded Lord Kaimes, to beg.u: tile convers ition i- U. S. Schr. Lt Com Irorntay personal property belonging to
    Grampus : : .
    the owners of the IotMl where th o.n.th
    aitniclcd towards! them. I Ite _
    i. : o much to Congress, to permit tho said, I liruve just pissed: you' : L'lttimer, from a cruise and last from of such lots are non-resiJcnts and no -
    was the first sm -- con of the Constellation people of this Territory to elect their new bridge, wholly constructed of Tampico. personal propert can De foundit shall beiivtul

    : lie I had] jUst returned in her countv ofii': ers. The memorial of JhoLfiUlative white ;rauit\ \Vh u may have hct-n Nov. 9.-Sloop Fannv, Camineycr for the collector aUacl so much .
    cruize; of two lie hud ot the rents of such iot.iu the! bands of
    after the
    a ytvirs. which his been
    Council "Cin't he
    ; the 'I"
    cost s t y, was i dry New York, 22 days. Left Schr. Knter-
    left IUT at Norfolk-sonic of ht r'rew "'['he ''-I.4nt or agent, us will pay for such Ban _
    heretofore reviewed : of tho mithemuicnn !
    says answer : wio Hitchcock
    sail in few
    the prize days qiutte and all charges. .tnd lithe same _
    had) perished with yellow desire the prcvile re of electing I still looked the (lire. My lord *
    people} at surprised for this P or:. >e unMccupicd, that the City con ctor.
    , \"cr-Ilt his skill; could not s-w all their officers, except the Judg I and piqued, slid: ''I: saw aboard ENTERED. rent the! sime. to the person who viUtakeme

    them .A!1\OIl! the Pi!!CI1I! whom !ho es of the Infrrior; Courts ; iitd as tiii I ; put up! of all the toll to be paid) Nov. 7ih.-Brig I'osinnah: n gi i lot or a part of it tor the shortest pe-

    had lost was Lieut. odhin.tua.-- is of little and animals will .-iv)'l of tiutraul pay the cost of such Uaiiijuette _
    a subject or no importance l by carriages ; you be i ley, Nna'f:lk. Cargo for (I. S. Navy : nd

    lie was retmniug from such a protracted Ii fo the !public at 1'nge, your; memorial: : so good as to inform mo what is the J. (_ Boufjliau, S. H'unbleton: : J Sec. 5. the Re cial'ge.5..t further enacted Tint
    the bosom hi sf
    ciirseto am- be :
    its conceive can toll alan assV' The if ,
    : no impropriety) professor as H. Bigley, anJ the Master.Schr. vhere[ n) tenant occupies iot, tUe owner -
    ity, s'1l''yore liviim at Portsmouth, supposed in the clnuge.: a\takiii 1 1i OJU a dreum, quickly retor- Elizabeth:: Forsvth, New Or- I i of the. da me: bciiif? a non-res;tie fit and _ _

    in the Site of N. Hamihire.-He Is it then a subject of ao impol't'nr-c j\j I ted-" I do not }pretend. to know ; but I loans. Carso to I'. isquier, J. C. i'having! no agent in tire city, it si;tan be rue:

    spoke of his: wife, and of his (daugh to Irive a capable: and cilicient (..jovernmeut when your lordship icpnssc, the toll nn-l I C. C. KfViver, S Patterson, G. duty of MUD tenant to construct a Ban- .

    ter.*, with a pathos which touched the 1 to m.iko Justices of the ijatborer C'liiuot fail to inform j qrctagreetbLy to tIle provisions of i us
    you. \V. B-irkL'y S. Ifaru leol! U. S.
    | deduct the from the
    hearts, of h ll! who he.sr.l; h'ru. He same
    :: Peace elective, would be a strange Our learned judge stanipg} up, and, Navy, J. C'lmpbcllV.: Swart, liver rent p-/id by said tenant. _ _
    \:nt. on his way 10 Washington 19 ask business indeevi ; hut Georgia Js appealed taking him by the hand), exclainieJ, and Aluens, John O'Neil!, II. Miche-: S:c. 6. JUe furlhir enacteJ, That the

    1)'rflhISSO1 (,( the Seciu.uy: of the to. It r IS :raid Gjorgi'i: eloc.s; Y-HI are my linn; uud they began: let, Madame Norieg\, UiswI! ) Portier ;i Major shall cause a pavement of stone to _

    N.,S\\: to reside at Portsmouth as re- I tier Justices. Tuis; j is admitted ; but I a long and animated conversation.AV 1n1 1 the M'tster. iI I be made of the same width of the sidewalks
    -; of the X'l\ Yard. I across the streets where side w, tks
    si: ; jjtirjrcon ) i Judge Crawford says this mode of tv Lit. Gaz.A Schr. B:.'iloi1D'is, KeyTCst.
    are for
    TIis neniJfm-.n,! gave us an account I appointing them is an evil ; and let Good Glance J/J./rtors..-Theproprietors Assorted Cart to tie! Master. I connect provided them together by this ordinance and sufficiently so aslo

    of his cruise of \ aiOt1! ports and hear what her (iayd J 'Irors : ,
    us s'iy. of Clumber.; medicine S \ IEEl). strong that Drays and Carts may pas
    sre'ics in the \\T pst 1iIdiC4 ;.of Key We d with his I Honor in the j ovf-r them! without either
    "hCOI 1
    i for tip cure of drunkenness, give ponce Nov 7.--Sell! ;'. Floritl:1!; E. Baker, -a-enchintf or -
    \Vit ; of the InrLor of Pensacola ; opinion licit our Judiciary. 1 is defective :iMrin j them, and he shall pay for the
    I *' ti> Editois; who wall i insert iliz'.r: Tampa Bay. 1'asscirers Lieut.
    Commodore t Porter ; of Commo-; I of same out of any money in the Treasurynot
    and that the nniiuer
    present veni.'l'ment; that; they! shall be furnished Cross and Lady. otherwise
    law Iviborde, of whom he spoke' in I appointing Justices! of lha Peace, is of drunken api'ropriateLSec.
    with enough to cure one -
    handsomest teims. In \ruth lie UP ron THIS POI.T.At T. Be it further enacted, That it
    calcululo.l insure
    fill other the least to "
    t *, printer. Oct. iD/A. Schr. shall be the
    PJtila'Ltyitlj, duty City Surveyor m
    did and he said every thing: that hecoul.l and firmness -
    I I impartiality, integrity A who formrrly lived in this OrIinlt :. l\I.aruc.! five days liter the passage of this ordinance -
    off nmn
    to aiiiuse us ; und to pas -they are frequently chosen! !! o-.n or as much! sooner as suit his
    the time: in the most agreeable! manner.; local l or private fcdllgal J without I town (North Adam*) l.r the nama; ofII I .- Y01.:rOI!;, Oct. lltf.-Sloop convenience, to survey ant ran may the lines _

    -'There lS not oiiu of the party, to their quuhncatious!: ; and I ,itii-w: :\ythadawuy'\\'n.\i\\ \ was sometimes Tcterapii-----. Walker._.& of CrtCh! sidevulk provided for by this ordinance .
    rl'6ar --- _______
    T:iking 1 his rations and to the width
    whom bt had not attracted to him. when we con-attar lint the 1 I largest very amusing. ct \ \RG \\ agreeably specified _
    for each and
    day at a tavern between here street to designate the
    'V'ClUetyitl..thi nI man iiga:1., under oae _
    of : I for sums
    slrire litiirition ; \t'1:!I sell exchancre fur hues by slakes at lcas| sis inches htgli,
    and l hairs in S
    and finding
    f. Baltimore. lie hu.l succeeded i.i Troy, more JI
    in thirty dollars, and that; crimes of every M other po'crty, tt.ll'vlua-: md at proper d tuuccs,for which he shall _
    s't'J 1 his he _
    thf butter Unl1 taste,
    his application. The Secretary ive description hive to be inquire i iulo : blc) TWO Si'OSlV I10U5K. be paid lwt exceeding twenty-five cents
    him the n/c which he had solicited : culled, for tho !1-ui'll!:idy and} nid to ibro.ich front of feet be
    v.hicU: eighty to
    o ; by them, we ar rice at rc.: ons I : <'as.\n.tly Eiff.nc-l; on t.I.? prtnoa!J, pattIby _
    and he his to h:.* her, "tiriJam: he so kili3! ; to set t en I the owners of Jie lot, or his agent, -
    was on way rejoin are weighty, tint such peisoas should: i ;--aching to C,: to nmcnt Ciincb. 'if sold,
    I the hair and the :butter in s the li'i'-s shan be run as direct, throughout -
    of the pcr".te
    family, with all the solicitude be selected with! caution, d.'Uberauon ; Cusli or {j-iad approved security will behead I ,.
    :he wliole) extent of each trect assass.bty -- -
    htisband and the f iilicr*-.After staying and plate*, HId: fdniir tlifin to wit mysclf. I qurt"l; oS'), I .
    racticab -
    I judgment. '' : i 'e. paying no attention tobuiidings
    ijLfkshlrc As.itflee.. _
    two in New York wherelie 3 oFproor. !!
    a day or ;np'i'ary arftnces ; but to ba
    SOO -
    'Aas related: to the Livingstons and Unconstitutional J..m:* ifihls 7Vrriioi'i I >. .."' ft:* LLi C.J.: .'.,./ o/ >-',-; /. 1. ",,. : Stock Cattle; I I .lJVC I nell u: mucu as possible, by to-: tr.iuuilding .

    the Van Hensalaers, he intended to !.-\V C underst md tii it the lion The Lord ConmsiH1' : of tire ': which 1 !, will be s;1.llofir! line of the &treeu.

    push on to r Portsmouth! is i ix the I II. JN1.: Bmckonridgo Judge of tho Treasury held a Board lo day at the C..I.. Sec. 8. Beitfu'ihereiHtctetl, That this _
    Dis- SIU be lorce hu"au after its _ _
    Conn! lor the Western Vi'ra. A. Bell .ict m
    Doctor Robert L. ,
    last I of :
    :hat saw Tr.'iisury Cium'jer*, at which lord S _______
    of this at al-ne Termof IVnsJCcl-i. Sfi Nov 18 34 Ut. p..SS'$1.
    trict Territory, : I -
    Then Godcr.ch; as I 1st lord, presided. Mr.Herries -- 'sed August 25th,1827.JN .' __ __
    In three weeks after that time, I that Court held in ickson: county, look his seat at the bu'ird, as Vi.e 'OO\\\\YB l'Nth. DE L\ RUA, ?h .
    the _______
    decided that the acts passed at ,.
    happened to be in the same steam chancellor of the exchequer ; and Mr f-onj the S-ihjcrber, son JPresiJent- p:',. tcr.t ". -1' .-
    bo'Jt with C\mlmoJlr (*!hlhCrc: last session of the LjgislaiiveCoun- Fraulvlancl Li wis was introduced! to STOLEN Sunday lt%t. AN AI.AUMWr'II J. G. DKAKR, Secretary. : _
    Botou. In cil respcrtiug the Indians, to wit, the j! Approved SUlli August, 18-27
    turning from Nahant to I I the board, ;an l appointed one of the French inanufactuiv, h.iv.ngpokl
    act entitled "An art to regulate our ; ) haivlsVilli : wntch John Jerrison --r
    of conveivatiou he a large gol.l Key
    course our i joint secretaries iu room of.i\Ir. Iler-
    i iI __ _
    stated trt! he had recently rclurued i citizen: trading with t the luli-iu':, and i ij.I I i, f i'ro-n wliic'i the pipe wa- itct, Attached tot Mayor. -'
    neStT : ''sv blue ribbon chain. I will yivetlie
    tlereitijntiitiurmed a
    I for other i
    and I i immediatelv juirposes '
    from Portsmouth who will :
    t u not yet decided succeed above rewunl, for the return ortl-e Watch --
    enquired after our acquaintance, Doctor aud the 'acl to prevent JIHJMUS hour l\I '. Grant, as vice president of : and Kcv ..toi'r4. ? I'OBIN.34 AN On.DI.NAN,
    1 learnedlie roaming; at large :in this Territory"were I r h 'P7:! 't.
    Thorn. It was hen thu bo'trd of trade. P 'n"/r)1 ; 'W -: To amend an Ordinance,entitled aN ;

    } had breathed his last-that within U-JCG'JS1Tl'CTION.\L. Mr. Huskisson, as secretary of.itat" :EOR: S..L"lLl1, Ordinance prodding making a

    a week alter his return to his! beloved i Washingtont Oct. 1;.-On Saturday for \v ar arid the colonies, transacted !Four Pharos the.XT Banquette on 1'alafox and Gobtcr f

    J"miily, he was taken with a bilious the 15th, Don Jose Maria Salazar I; business tin? morning, for the first S rMTKLYbuilding \ ND no Streets, and for other purposis

    fever, which liurriu.-Hiim to the grave. II Ernroy Extraordinary and Minis: timo since his appointment to the office 1\\ Sec. 1. B: it Qrtiainsilby the M>!or and _

    The physicians of Portsmouth pro- Plenipotentiary- from Colombia, at tho colonial depariment.! f(.. a Wharf Palafox Street, in Hoard of JHderme-i, That smucu of the
    nounri'j he had carried the Velez '. t'eusa('01.. third vection oJ g-iul: Ordinance as requires
    that presented Don Alexander to Perm September 4.-\V n have
    ELIqIireatthisOCie. the same to be completed the 31 si day
    seeds of the yellow fever with hinrf the Secretary of State, as Charge d'I I advices from Madrid to tire 23d:; nit. of December be, and the s.tme i is hereby

    and all their skill was unable to save Afi'aires of his Government, upon his '. A decree of the king of Sj}:ain of the t'rcpealed. And that the t'Uie for completing .

    him.! So, th.t: the very moment taking leave of -him, preparatory to | I9di, orders the military intendant of w. TFoGIG I the provisions of said Ordinance! hi:

    vfo found him so interesting on the his departure from the United States: Catalonia to raise money for the use =_."_'\J ; I extended to the first day of March lo:S.

    vieS of the Chesapeake, and when Mr. Siduzar, being about to return to \i| of his division on all the funds in that Enquire at the Pensacola Bookstore. It inirli Sec.of 2.the Be*further econ. section Ordained as ,requires Ths so

    rtll !hisdearcsl; wishes welt about to \ Colombia to enter upcfn the dischargeof I I province, civil, m'litiry, or ccclesias- Q iXT Y dajH-fror;-this -date, t w'.II: apply the Banquette on Gobierno Street u be

    K- (rrlit1f:_u._._ __L. .he'WIS__ ,_ mirkcd: out as a other public duties which have I* tic ; and decrees the -penalty of deathI IT:, to the Ijon. the County Court of seven feet ten inches: wide, be repealed.id 4

    victim to death.! Thus perished Doctor been assigned to him in that Republic. !I I to any who may attempt to frustrate Cscatnbia County, to prove the will of'I .\! the same be constructed seven feet _
    Robert L. Thorn, a native of flussia.The. Gazette de France I'' the contribution. Nancy Gohnan deceased.Anua _ A"de. And hereafter if any person inteo lId:
    of tho Na- F'. Madrid.Pensacola. construct a Ua: .quette upon any of the
    Is'w York an ornament \V have experienced -
    contains letter from the frontiers of Liverpool, Sept. 8.- c
    a erects of ibis City not provided form in any
    } 29ih 182r. 33 8t.Linuaiau .
    and tho Oct. -
    ty, the pvide of h" family, the Poland, of August 9th, expressing an I another dull week in the 'oraier Ordinance it'!Jiall be the duty of

    accomplished mau !'I confess that i opinion that the movements of the cotton market, and Holders appear Botanic Garden such person toii.form the M yrr thereof

    tiilinet, distressed me, and that I feltas Russian fleet in the Black Sea, augur more generally reconciled to the reduction and Nurseries war New York., and construe the same seven feet wide

    if I: bad: lost art acquaintance of ofconsequence on the part of last week of 1-4 on the and in ,$U other repects at arc required: '
    something \V n. PIUXCE! Proprietor by the provisions of the Ordinance p. sed -
    many years. of St. Petersbur h. The inferior fair qualities of Uplandsand
    of the Court rfto rf this establishment, has just 2>Jti August 1827 ,

    Arrival of the Natchez. i writer. ..- rumarks. _---- : Whoever has attentively I Al&acias., Other descriptions : pub I u.net lib ne\v & enlarged Passed Oct. Slit, 1827. -

    Arrived,:from a cruize on the North observed the nnnner in which remain without alteration in prim Catalogue for 1827, BENJ WRIGHT, '

    .suie of Cuba and Gulf of lexico, the the wars between Turkey and Uussia but the market closed\ very heavily, 2,11 edition-which compme all the PreiiJsnt BoardofAl&imc*.

    cliezbearwg the:broad "have been conducted, will find that 1500 bigs American have been taken Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, and J. G. UUAKE. &cretmw. .

    U. S. Ship t'J : Ridgely. Wo the Black Sea fleet has; always acted for speculation, and 300 for export. Plants, Ilulbous Flower Roots GreenHouse Approved 1st Noveln er. 1877.

    pennant of Commodore Trees and Plants, cultivate.lin John Jerrison _
    in them ; The sales from the 1st instant to last .c. ,
    barn llwt Lictit-: VV11. B. the, most Important pout I his Garden and Nurseries.
    regret .
    fur without, it ,there is no subsistence, evening, amounted to 9640 bags, including :1ta! .
    isrciiowov, of tho Natc e "died on : These Catalogues may be obtained ( ::
    the 15tb October o 1we" passage 'tO11avan. .for,the Russian soldier the moment lie 480 Uplands, nt 5 1-2aJ; gratis of the subcriber.and orders tent to _

    .. has,'entered the Ottoman ,territory, I 1410 Orleans, at 0 to 8 121420 him, to be forwarded the Proprietor, Jla.gstra.te.s'3.u1. s ,
    :. easily betaken Alabamas, 5 3-4 to 6 1-2; and 340 will rfccejve_ prompt attention.
    The to :Pcnle,withmora and a .Iuszian.army might Of various kiwis, fur Stile at
    Smnish friy _
    ilasell Hunt
    Tho has been I AV.
    Sea Islauds- import
    than million Dollars ih Specie on in the flank.and in tbe renr I Oillce
    a 'filledAu,2i Turkitli I landing on the West fii42 bag*. t'.f .Agent, Pctmcola, tijis_ -
    hoard, for the KwgofSpain, a I Ii ,



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    B01\T4.Vl81.rA. LCAD' TOWN 01' 1LOLzA. 1 saw nz1mfl?.

    L5 ')()l lJ&\\l} KTOTSC2. in the new Towrt of Magnolia .f b.-. SS

    weeks from this date I will apply St. Andrew's Bay. LOTS offered for side.. This place is .. .

    I REWAKD.I SIX the Hon. the County Court for the Trustees the Uonavista Acade- situated 8 mile from Fort St. Marks oi

    County of cambia, for letters of Administration THE at St. Andrew' Bay inform .the the St. M rk.' riveriid 15 from Ta1la a.,- .:' Eagle .'TavCln

    I .{ ANAWAY from the Subscriber in on the Estate of JOHW M- GITIB- public that the Institution rtp p red for see. The river can, be navigated. to the

    J %P acoto, on or about the 20th of deceased CHAULES I). 11ROD1E.Navv II the reception df pupils. Mr. \Vacbob, II Town by vessels drawing 8 feet water

    August last a Mulatloe Uoy named Yard, Pensacola, gentleman well knowu .in the State f'I The situation is high, dry and healthy ; AND.TRAVELLER'S.

    %> 1LL1AJY1 'MORRIS, Oct. 15th, 1827-31- -t. 5 Georgia, an
    nJ,1 about twenty four years, hy trade a TO REEJT eras iry attainments amI other qualifications one of which is only 200 yards from the THE Subscriber informs the pub

    Shoemaker ; !said boy is! about five feet I IlHE a Teacher. has taken charge ot the I Public Square. They are said to possess: lie, that he has opened a house

    !:ix inches hUrl, yellow complexion very desirable residence pf Col. John Academy.. great medical qualities.For of Public Entertainment, ;in the

    nwrn freckled, and pitted on the nose uuIL R "'en wick, at present occupied by All the nranches of an English education further information of Terms &c. house formerly'occupied by Maj. full
    vith lhe mall pox; hew:\" born in Vir- the subscriber-possession will be given .will 1 be taught, together with theLatin I apply to J. G. and N. Hamlen. SI. Marks : for that purpose, fronting the publie

    guijiaand is mild ant pleasant: conver the 1st of"November.ItoLt. and Greek languages. I II or to Augustus Steele, Tallahassee.St. square. which he ha* fitted up in a Convenient *

    sat: ofl. :Mitchell, I Marks 10th August, 182T24tfthSLLS manner for the reception .f tr*.
    ward and all Tin TKHMS ARE AS FOtt-OXTJ. vellers and other His
    TWKNTY-FlYE He Agent of John R. Fenwick. table will alway:
    nect-ssary expense will be given fr.tl e October 13,182A-30tf __ Spelling, reading, writing l $4 50, a. be supplied with the best which the

    apprehension; ; and' delivery at the jail!' In S"-- and Arithmetic. 5 quarter.Grammar market can afford, and his bar with the

    this City, of the said William Morris, if ta NOTICE. Geography, Lo$600 :BY P. ?RXCE, -Ta, best of liquors. No exertion will be

    k1Jitll1" thu County ; A reasonable weeks after this date 1 will; apply gic. Natural! Philosophy &c. 5 per do. For publishing a Literary Journal culled wanting oil the' P1 of the proprietor

    uildition will be made to the Reward if SIX the Hon. the County Court ofEs- Mathematics and the Ian- t 8800 THE to render general satisfaction to those,

    taken at a distance. cambia County, for Letters of Administration linages. S per do. who may fayor him with their
    J. radole. I on the .tsfateof.lacob Kelker, late Hoard can be had in a highly respectable SOUVENIR.S His! stable are well calculated fora company.
    who have provided excellent number
    of said deceased. family, of horses-and
    County MHELLI8HED WITHSplendid a good and altentiviijstlcr
    FensacoU 22d October IB27323t.
    accommodations at $100,00 annum,'
    oJ The Florida Advocate, at'.allahas- James pitlman.Pcnsl incllding'asbin The Trustees feelthemselves Quarto Engravings.TIUIS will at all times bet hand.

    see, will p1e\ publish the bove3t..; ands : ( olL 8th Oct. 1827296t.KO'1'IOE. authorised to state that thereis work is intended as an ;agree Families, or Gentlemen who may wiih
    be accommodated
    o,! .' 11t o this office. can with private apartment -
    p not upon any part of the Southern coast, and instructive companion for ,.. GEO. FISHER.

    a situation ;every respect eligible: 5 the parlour, and an appropriate attendant Tallahassee, Dec. f5-I--tf

    < )0 Dollars I 6t! ; IXTY days from this) date, I will apply a safe and agreeable aea board retreat, as at the Tvilet-to be i issued every S -
    for Letters of Administration on St. Andrew lUy. Completely I landlocked I Wednesday, commencing with tUe first PiwsPLc'rUsOFTHkI --

    REWARD.e estate ()John A. Roger, bite.of Ksl: l< by the pointi of land and i Uland Wednesday in July 1827

    mbia County, (decease at the entrance of the Hay, ami protected No exertion will he spared to render;

    o l'ULtN Innerarity a small the residence of James. James Pemlleton.BJOTICil. by the promontory of East Florida, from THE SOUVENIR," in all respects worthy S 0t\\e 1IJ\} -ric.uiur 5t..

    : very the sturms and tempests, Which are so the patronage of the public both as Hcheap i
    \ar k. ..GreetneBt, Pensacola, Sib Oct 1827-29-81. prevalent) and fearful up-ni the Atlantic and elegint; emporium of useful F11E| want or a worlc to which oi't.r plan1 '.

    curtaining variety of and documents : coast, there is n danger to be appro- and interesting information and a valuable could' refer for infor'iiation, re

    ann a sum of papers ('O STl"UTg and appoint MicajaU bended on account of winds and waves ; repository of choice specimens of lative. t.. the Agriculture of the Southern

    The said pnpers can money.be of no use what I Cnipper of Pensacola, my agent and In fact in no part ot the Bay can there Miscellaneous Literature. Strict attention :- >ection "f the Union, has long been fetf,

    vcr except to the owners, ard whoever attorney, ii. all matters and things relative be discovered traces either of severe will be be&towed on he moral ten tn* :has lung been Mubinited to as a ne
    aid forma- winds nr hifK tides. ,l hmcy of"THE SOUVENIR." and c..ssate'il; for which no remedy was
    w ill restore them to either of the Undersigned to the deliver receiving pay a con- '
    There i'i* of health, I ',watchfulness hane.Vilh! ) sufficiency 'W talents'
    or Jlishop Portier, shall receive terial at the Navy Yard.'l every prospect s preserved over tlicau and
    the above Reward of Montgomery.. 'tie climate is mild and equable ; ->e and.interests of virtue. enterprize,) conduct experiments t()

    One Hundred Dollars S ; throughout the summt-r a most refreshing A j portion of the contents will be asbllows draw! infVfen.-i, and to deta.l them, yet
    Mobile, 6th Sept. 182frStf: sea breeze tenipers the ardor of the sun's .I : have we presented to tne wot l3. tf1t. !spec-

    and no questio's shall be asVed. 1.on'te Jlail rays and in winter it MJ moderates the .1 1. TAL1JS original and selected ; SSAYS ;- lade of a high minded and eiiterpnzing

    James Iniieiarily, asca1M1 kieness: of the west ami northwest winds, moral( ), humorous and scientific ; agricultural community! destitute of orig

    John Innerarity. of this City. tlul) there ;-s hurdly c\er any frost. The l'()THY, original and selected from thebC1t l inal agricultural works, and depending

    the night of Thursday v.ht re& Are high and dry and there arc no Am'ericairand Foreign publications; solely} on oral communication ur foreign
    Pcr.sacola October 24th 1827. 32-tf.Samuel ON
    marshes! in the BlOGUAl'HK'AL publications, for aH
    I 2nd August inst. a Ne nuigiborhool6prflgS SKETCHES of distinguished our knowledge on
    gro Man, confined a Run ot f excellent water are found all along the persons, male and female, particularly these fcubjects. Whilst others hare care

    ) rteY80II \\, away ; calls h'mselfRANSON shore ; no inconvenience is experiencedfrom the latter ; ANECDOTES, JBor fully collected and recorded the experience

    VS received Brig; Hebe musquitoes sand flies or other tormenting Alois, fa. Sfc. The origiiml matter necessary of their practical farmers, we have
    just per inlets the. abounds with for thin permitted the hard earned
    from New.York: ; Hay department of our paper knowledge of
    fish and oysters. It is within one d. y's will be-furnished: by individuals who are our fathers to perish with them. Whilst

    A Fresh supply) of GOODS, and says that he is the property of Jehu ride ot the rich lands Chipofa, and it is advantageously kw>wn to the public! others have been vtraimng every nerve m

    Evans of Winchester, Mississippi. Said: I not more than two three sail the the cause, have
    among which are the following articles;, or days' to through medium of-their.Literary pro- we been mere lookers
    j's about 24 old l 5 feet
    \17. negro man years t. Mobile or Orleans. ductions ; besides the numerous! correspondenta on. Whilst they have advanced rapidly,
    ; 7 or 8 inches )high, very" stout built, is of I The Trustees cannot but congr.Atulatthe .who may be expected to con we have been stationary or at least lave

    \\ '.. r atheravellow complexion and has a star publicrupou the singular advantages tribute.II. progressed but slowly. _

    .1- '. -.- : 1 P IrE COGNACBUANUY on hs right thumb. I will give a rewardof I which St. AndreWs Bay affofds to families 1flBCELLANYIntereating.it us From what cause has arisen the vast
    six ,dollars (being what the law of the
    who are desirous of
    of to superiority the North
    retreating angreeahle intelligence, foreign and domestic occurrences over the South
    allows which it is
    --- Territory probable and healthy situation during deaths, marriages, &c. in all! which relates to Agriculture has
    2 Casks' Madeira; Wine, would) be increased by the owner of Hanson the sum her and fall mouths, ,>r.d to Pa1'J1ts it been that they alone have
    TOOO: l s..Loafnnd and all for the III. ENGRAVINGS.-The rirt out n- turned
    Lump Sugar. ,) accessary expenses, who their
    are anxious have their ckildreii attention to the
    2000 do. Soap, in Iarge and small: appreJu-nsion said Negro and his de- educatedP. bcr of .every: month will be embellishedwth ; : alone have made subject, that they
    boxes in Pensacola.F. a "plendid) quarto COPPER-PLATE experiments and profit.
    i ivery to me W. GAUTIKR ed
    ; 1 by them ? Not .
    ENGRAVING fitted -so.- The Planters of
    I 600 Ibs. Smoked Beef to the sac of the
    Chapman JOHN CLARK, I the South have
    15 IJh's. and h&\lfbbls.No.l fresh JACOR KOUIN30N, I TflutM work, among which will he the following been.as enterprizing and
    as active in their
    I K Mackerel II! City Constable IttCIlAIlD LO.\ J Alhambra. Ancient of II .11. researches us those of

    2 do. pickled'Satmon Pensacola, August 3rd., 1827-21- St. Andrew'b Hay, West Florida, ? ,Pahce): of theUurning' lfountaiu'Moorish the North.} But whilst the discoveries
    made by the latter
    t S 1 |Itox smoked do. YD... flYt'"\, "f.t, '1J' (RJI ,.. September 1st, 18127-28-tf. '5 J&ings uiSpain. one of the seven are immediately
    brought mto-notice
    10 lib's.' Mess Beef ,J. -. .- -- --- -- wonder: of Uau- by their periodical
    10 Hoxes Herring 01'Tnrr.OIUDA By the President of the Uni View of the Perphin}'. publications I those otthe former are known'
    but to few for
    want 11.a
    SO Boxes and half bo te* fresh bunch APVCOATH. man nt Bridge Grotto of Oselles. < proper vehicleof

    ftaisins, Fig, dried Currants ....... ted States. over the Schuyl- Temple of Pluto. communication. Hence it has been
    that their
    and Almonds. THE undernigned having purchased a N pursuance of law, 1 Joa.f' QmwoiPresident kill. Pont Du Gard near improvements have been more S

    2 Bbfs Bo'ogne' Sausages, in fine he Hrens' and Tjpe of the above paper, ADAMS, of the United Statesof JEina from Ihe Niauies, Lan)ue- rapid than our*. arid that we are at this

    S order. announces to its former patrons and the America, do hereby declare and make Gardens ,of the doc. day6QeficieIIt in this branch of know.

    I do. Beef Torgues public, Intention! continuing its pubicalion ) known, that a public rale..will be held) at Prince of Bisca- Sanssure's ascent of ledge Such bring the case, does it not

    S 10 Boxes Cheese I under the same title. the Land Office at TaUahagsee, in the Territory ria. Mont Blanc. become our I'lu.ners; to come forward and

    500 Hunches Onions In ascuming! the responsibilities oT a of Florida, on the second Monday in View of St. PeCascade near Oy- assist in tile present undertaking and

    J-'ivsh nllnpo\Vder, Public Journal, the proprietor is a\vare December next, for the disposal of the tersburg.! sans. Uuupbiuy.Desert contribute from time to time such infwrmution -

    : Imperial and TEA of the arduous and difficult task he Ua* lands herein designated, to wit : Arch Street Ferry, of the Grant' w'iiiy, be of service to the co>n-
    :Townships! "No. 1 and 2 of Xo. 6. mU'1 ty. This work will be divide i.to
    II3t! 1'cUn JIV49n undertaken ; hut relying) upon efficient range Pltil clelphh.)I Chartreuse,

    : In small boxes&'canisters.4J 'tid! from nuinetxxis friendR, upon the in- Tovviisliipn No 1,2,4,5, Paraclete, founded Cast ,Prospect oGiant' Hirer parts. Part 1st, OI.'Jin.I-l'ctrt 2d.
    of the and 6, and fractional Selections and UevleIJal.t 3d. .
    ) IVices cotton Bagging rltilg'ence public, pledging his by Abelard. Cause Agricultural
    S3; Ceils bale as..idllUIIS and unremitted exertions: lie townships No. 7 & 8, of lunge No. 7 Giart's Causeway way. Information.Pan .
    3UO Peircs.Iron llollow.wnreas&rt*.! iiop s to render the Advocate a-vehicle ofIISerlf1 Townships No. 1, 4, 5, (i, & Bridge of Uri.don. Castle of Segovia, '.t. will contain all Original E-
    nialion. 7, and fractional ton sa>s on Agriculture, Horticulture O.
    tor Political
    2 Crates (;rockery do. in diiCUbsioim, Spain. ) auy -
    '2\) Kegs Nitre Hall'Gunpowder Conducted with temperance and propriety ships No 8 al1<1.9, of Range );o. 8. State Prison, Auburn Lake of Killarn ey Rural Affaire, and Domestic Econo

    Buck hhot, I.em!, Flints, will be frcelv admitted into its columns ) Township No.1. and Near York. j. from wrthout regard to fractional townships of the South will be attended to, but also
    ; & existing parties,
    riling, Lettt-r. Wmpplng &c. Tynwnld Hill), isle .
    I paper and without any participation on the partof No. 9, 10, and 11, of Uange No. 9. the introduction of new objects of> Culture
    AI. O. IN STORE, the Editor, in the divisions which 'do Township No. 1 and 2, Each subscriber will thus be furntshecyearly such as the Grape Vine, Olive, Capers

    i A. (jen or may hereafter agitate the public mind.I.li and fractiolul.tuwn, with seventeen superior Copperplate Tea, Sugar Cane, Silk Worm and

    l.'tBBOV1.et OrI ; short it will be the object of the Kd-1 1itol' ships No. 11, and J2, of llange No. iC!." Engravings, the price of which i if others, which have as yet been untried, &
    All situate South of the purchased singly Mould more than double of course not known how far
    GUiCEIUEi.S to relulcl'the and base hue, and 1 they may
    I paper acceptable
    : the annual of the entire
    : cost work. be
    S useful to all. East of the meridian.The climatized. Only that branch of Horticulture .
    ! : Op'h'r 25th 182r 32 IV. THE TOILET.- addition to the
    t. Townships are to be offered in the will be for the present attended
    Jos. B. Davenport. order above designated, beginning with usual Litrmry matter contained in similar to, which relates to the Kitchen Garden.

    I NOTICE. C\ND\rrt\\N .. the lowest number of Section in each. publications, the Proprietor has com When the proper time sh' ll arrive, we
    :. !subscriber Justice of the Pca Lands reserved plettd an arrangenentby which Ito willbt are prepared to
    1'IIE ::e by law, for the use of : give directions ion tho
    THE Florida
    t the of Advocate will) be published enabled to furnish correct description I
    1 County! Kscambit, duly au- ch )0151. or for other purposes, art to bexciu culture of the higher branches.
    tcru&h, commissioned once a week on a riyal sheet at five >> (lrth pr'ulingfl1ohion both I forcign
    5- and sworn, has t a- 4? ke;. an office in the dhlarPI' per annum, payable in advance.- and domestic, illuMr ted with elegant
    belonging to Givn under my hand, at the City of Washing <* Foreign Works on the above subjects
    Advertisements so
    General Call j where he can be fcund at inserted.at the rate of one ton, this twenty-eighth day ol'May, A.D. J W7. engravings besides the regular series far as: they may be applicable to
    ; any hour in the for dh llar) per square for the first insertion once ill each pUces of ti'e soil
    day, the transaction of: Julia Quiiicy Adams.S quarter ; and climate of the Southern section of
    bUlint..3s. and fifty cents for each the
    : subsequent; con' resort ; sketches) of life' manners Union, or in
    He vialso do tinuance. Advertisements will By the 'President. & dec. the may some way be of use to
    any copying be inserted :: at earliest poa/rble: period -
    or adjust our planters.: Reviews
    accounts the until forbid, unless 16-25t. (;EO. GRAHAM, and from of such works as
    on most reasonable specially ordered to the moat authentic sources.V. .
    of the
    terms, Commissioner of the may treat Agriculture of
    and with promptness. the contrary. General Land Office. Editoi's department ; Notices of these
    States, OK such as either
    The present subscribers to the Adv' passing events The Drama may directly or
    D- ; : ; New Publications -
    -l,()nv: en; i\\g. te will) receive the paper as heretofore. OJ:1tCVLA1\: Criticisms Heviev indirectly have an influence on us, will
    ; ; kc. tACo'
    be inserted
    in this
    ; To the Jticcivcrs public part of the work.
    The subset'iberalstt Subscriptions to the above received at Moneys:-
    respectfully informs Part 3d.!
    .- his f friends and ihe public in the Office of the ensacola Gazette. tupphmcntary to that of the 22dJFebntarv TJJltMS. will contain brief Agricultural
    general,that "THE Notices, so that our Planters
    he will draw' needs, Mortgages, Bills of I A MmnIOAm r&1\ME1K.:: 1820.TQEASUUY. W IU: ESD.\Y published ignorant of what is may not remain *
    ; Sale, fe-Powers; ef i DEPAUTAIKXT every : on extiu medium: going on,
    Attorney, with neatness We wish that friend of this : ? fine white may have an opportunity of
    every : printed witH knowing-
    :uu4 : )pipv-r. ':n'Knd
    precision, on the August 22d 1827.
    most reasona should understand 3am what is done in the
    Mi-) and journal and that they -- -- elegant type, and ecoritect. in additionto different partsot the
    -it has neen round
    accommodating advisable ,
    terms tor
    solicits 'world
    ; would have aid of
    the kindness: to make the! Agr.culture. It is
    it engravings alluded above hoped
    to with ,
    cf ,various :
    considerations f.ir;
    .1 portion )public : so to into I
    patron-ige. known, that to who carry tuat thIs knowledge. will
    one will be
    any procure effect intimation in many EnihclltMi.nents. Each Numucr'wlJI'cUloprisc ; as a spur to
    H. J3. .'-;Uriiiger.Ptn.sacnl four sibscrzbersaiid remit on their an given instruction eight pajres, .cll stitched our enteprize and cause us also to make
    I : the 22d
    >>, 17ui O.'t. 18 7-S!-if. account S20, we will send a fifth copy of February, 1826, as to discontinue i and expressly adapted' for binding.: At ieh exertions. Here also will be inserted -
    the American Farmer without the receipt, at any land office, of the a list of iiculturul
    the Hoiticultuia
    of and
    charge-or, expiration every year, or the cltat
    : :IIa1LAhRMiiME'J who will notes of any li/cal or State bank not established ; lloianicai Works
    L'. anyone procure foe subscribers, of a volume, subscribers will be furuislied I! and occasionally some
    will be allowed to retain S5 -big or existing in the state or territory gratis with notice will be taken of their .
    Florida Mail I on remitting where the a general index of the contents co itenr*
    the remaining $20. We beg also )- that those who land office is situated.Rut .- and! a haudsomeiy! engrave d title Advertibumenls of Agricultural Works,
    Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock A. )4. to repeat, that all Inch' i is necessary intend to purchase page. and implements, or any other which may

    5? Departs slime cay at 2 o'clock P. MAll to be done by any one, wishing to sub- public land may have ample time to prepare Price of Yubsscription g2 50 per annum interest the Planters generally, will) tn.

    Other Mails scribe, 18 to enclose a five.dollar note by for this change. it will not go into o : payable in advance. Postmablcrs: published on a separate bheet,and altacli-
    mail at the risk peration until the first of January, 1828. i i.Onth. ed to
    S ofandaddreuedgo4' the and others out of the City, procuring five eachjiuruber.
    huE Wednesday and Editor of the American receipt of this instruction, the receivers We hope all
    every Sunday at. Farmer Baltimore subscribers and becoming responsible for I such is are favorably disposed
    4o'clockP.M. -and whether the of public monies will give the necessary to the,
    be work will
    money received the will be entitled assist us in contri-
    or payment to a sixth copy :
    Uep: rt and not, the will be notice in one of the newspapers ___ .. butin!' to its rin.c.
    every Saturday Tuesday: paper forwarded imme- gratis .... and allll in, nPn"lIrinJ.... ,
    in I -- ---- --- -
    S 4t i past 8 o'clock A M. diately, and the actual receipt of each their districts and will continue it, : The Copper-Plate embeHishments! will subscribers ''Ul'lt.Ve request, all who.;
    ... number of-the once a week until the change takes place.
    -- will .guarantied The notice Should be be superintended by the Publisher, and,j are deposed:: contribute, to tbiward to-

    ost-0t\\ce Hours. by the Editor. the caution mentioned accompanied in the instruction with the typographical part of the work will u!their communications as early as pos

    Citizens The American Farmer ia nubliAhed. __n_____ I before be under the exclusive direction of sible. Those who have made experiments -
    The of Pensacola respect weekly, by J. S. Skinner, Postmaster of referred lo, that purchasers of Messrs. Atkinson and Alexander, who with Grape Vines. Olives, Silk
    ) requested to take .public lands
    notice provide themselves with
    that Ualtimore, printed on fine paper the size may have been known Worms, or any other articles new to 6IU1"
    the Post Office will so long to the public as
    uniformly be closed of specie ar notes of the bank of the United
    . z ordinary newspapers, folded so as to able'and States, or can give information relative .
    on Sunday At 5 o'clock P. M. unless States or its branches. enterprising ar a uu, that it is any
    the. Mail should be later I make 8 pages ; about one half, or four w _. entirely'unneceinarv to say iat so fur as to them we particularly solicit to
    delayed in
    than devoted continuing to receive the notes ef
    pages, to practicai communicate what
    the usual Agriculture ; they are concerned there can be they may know on
    Jiour of arrival; in which case the remainder banks in the 8lateor Territory in which no the
    to lot ernal
    ; the Office will be -Improvements, their land doubt as to the elegance of its execution, subject.
    kept open at least one Rural and office is situated, the receiverswill .
    hour. The Mail Economy, selec- aud with regard to his own share of shi.arrtngenientth .'! TEk1SThis work will be printed
    although not due "un tions for the
    particularly to instruc-
    t housekeepers and female on oad
    and in the size
    paper ostaro
    Publisher binds
    til 1sel tat
    o'clock ; ;
    1' ion
    M., arrives already mentioned in
    usually and Natural ;
    ;'. -tooi History and Rural Sports. guarding against in he should : g5 FHrulllUlt, on the delivery
    case fail to payable
    enough to be perform any essential
    opened 3 o'clock the of the
    by A
    so that minute index receipt notewfany banks
    and of
    ; title the first '
    to the number 6 if paid
    the Olice is page part of his undertaking, to refund two.
    that do .
    usually two hours. uhole volume n ot.pay.tn 'specie on demand
    open U or months
    The Post published, and forwarded the price subscription. after. The first number will be
    e thuoe who Muster winh therefore requests, that with the last number of each volume. that are not.in undoubted good credit; Agents will shortly be appointed in I issued' on the first January next,and ei I"
    to and
    enquire for letters A single number will as the receivers,have means which
    be the
    that 'sent to any one different ta of the United .Statea 'nntil _first of every month succeeding
    day, send oc:$all before 5 o'clock who desire to this Department from its remoteness pal ,
    may see a numbers "
    and specimen pf the which time will be offrQtQ'32to'5tJ p:1t: ;< 8. .ccmr
    subscriptions receivedby
    that he be enabled has .
    may to close the publication. not, of judging "of the characterand -
    , O/lice at that time. PHILIP PRjCE, Jr. No. 66 Lombard panied with engraving when'iwcsary.JoknlL ,
    condition the banks or
    of their
    To all Editors who will give the Stateor
    The above. Street, Philadelphia, to whora all 'orders -Legare.
    Post Office is on other Territory full confidence it
    open days, one or two insertion we khall feel much entertainedthat will be addressed .
    from breakfast time until dark they will &U post pad.-knd :aba' Charleston., A dli'-2i.
    ; except indebted,and will gladly use necessary vigilance .
    reciprocate ,
    from 1 to 3 o'clockand during the time. kin4neu. v their I&preventing the receiptofany notes'by by-'JTJDAH the Office DOBSON of the ,SATURDAY 108 Chefijiut streettat '-vS E kcYtinurcceiv:: : d. at 'tAt; .
    of EVE- S
    opening closing the Mat P. S, The American Farmer circulated which. loss may happeu to the United Gazette'.OJice. .
    ,. States. WING POST, Na. 112 Chesaut street,. 'twQ'doort S
    W \\utte\l Hunt through every State and Territory and i i. S S below.the Post Office.Subcribers S -
    I written for by many of the moat distinguished -' I am, Sir, very reipectrulil.'your obe. ". 2t-1UN Z\TQ. -:
    ...,. Pest Matter.a practical farmers in the dient strvantj are requested n 9.\j td pay Ecuedt : i
    itt ir
    : Union leip t&A '
    3CQ1 October: lat, IW7.-$>-tf. /T.Hascll Hunt Atnt/ e7IacQt.S. Richard Kush. any monies' unless accqrnpinied ,by the j L n ; .
    : receipt 9u rublisUe'i 9lh Agent/ f&1'tIns Ojfi.


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