Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086631/00176
 Material Information
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: January 18, 1828
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.
 Record Information
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: UF00086631:00176
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

Full Text
A 1 .


: ---- ---- ---- --- -- -- -
1"'. (Principiatnonhomint .) PENS.\ C()LA, 1 1SCLK KR1DAY, JA.NUAJIV I8th, 1828. (Open to all parties : influenced by none) No. 44. .

---- -- --- _::.H '
-"" -- i "
.1': U UUJ'tt.a.Lt-- !IYu" commands a vessel in Comm iesion.-- 'country, are not less concerned iu the served the country until his strength | ORDl \RY. ,

lrASE1. H"Ul\TT, The (oust beneficial results are anticipated correct performance of their duties* j is exhausted should have an asylum Ii j One One Carpenter'Carpenter Mate 741 319 i'75.

; KlUTOR A\0 I'K-irniETOR : from this course, and will cer- !The. reason; therefore for the !prefer-j where a comfortable subsistence may Four Able Seamen 041 00

r..l.li.JItT of ll.e Lars ojtit Coma it'1tc tainly by produced, so liras they arc /once of the army over the navy, in ( be found fur his last da vs.j Six Ordinary Seamen 1,267 50

S&J:5CH1P1101'.ar 5 practicable by the individual: exert i' this respect, is not perceived. All j This truth IMS been felt in all civilized

half \ear 3 tions of the officers, there being no appropriation that the Department can do has been : and commerciil nations. Itwas Aggregate of Ordinary$3,2fi9 50

Quarter year 1 50 i i out of which any money j j done to overcome the want of a naval > early fet! in ours, and laws were One HOSPITAL. 75*
Surgeon 1,309
Subscription payable in ;.ttlvance. !
Am IRTSINr.-Every advertisementof can be taken for this desirable object school, which shall unite a practical passed upon the subject ; but they One Surgeon's Mate 930 75

the width of one column ami measnimg i! The estimate of expences for the I with a scientific education, but the e- j have thus far; not accomplished their I One Steward 307 25: s

not more than twelve line of this type firstinsertion Navy I last year, was $J,014.802 92, vils still felt urge the Department <; object They direct twenty cents, Two Nurses 422 50

one dollar, each and weekly wider coittinniivo at- for this year it is, 3,043,079 75 ; again, respectfully} but! earnestly, to I per month, to be retained out of the Two One Cook Washers 374 23J 50 3.> .
I flit: ?fcanio fin\' cents rate ; longer Hitlf and figure wink, from which deduct an item of ::c 201, I I preen: it to your consideration. I pay of the officers, seamen and ma- .

double pi iie for the first insertion Adt /13,0, for the completion and equipment i The condton: of the Marine Corps pines, and that, from the proceeds, Aggregate of Hospital 3,60300
veitistim-nts he tastefully displayed, ', of ten Sloops of \W, not pro- urgently tiem.inds thai ir should be I!i hospitals and an asylum should be CIVIL.Storekeeper ----

auvurdiu. to the nature of tliem. and "ill j pen )' chargeable: to the current ex- ': m |.resented: for consitlertltion.1. .- erected As vet not one building has $1700 300 00 00Cleik ...
to storekeeper
be<< niiiix'trc.1 11\' mattrrof this size tvpe.Vhon : and the 1. '' "cstaJiIJr.Ud: urIIIIZeJ" in i been
"" \ inoert! '/at iiJU'iiaU. ((that is, not in-j| pences of the Navy, present : completed, although the deduction Clerk Yard gut 00
verted CCfwt'f')", from the first to hit'laFt l I i estimates will he found to be $ 172: in I JJl'bucl: cons.Med of I:2U: neii, has been regularly made from Clerk to Commandant GOO 00
insertion) each insertion will!be CkH?- !; 4j'> 17 less than the last. besides oilirrrs. The design of Congress : I the pay; since the passage of the law Master Builder 20OO ()() ,

{'d\ 61.a new .1IIn'rti'emcllt.-\mo'l1It.! lorailxritinur Under the authority invested in in creating it, \? is l to furnish a I in 1799.! The reasons for the failure Clei. to Master Builder GfX) 00 Oo
PUller 3*)
payable always will on tle'unml. 'I the Executive, reservations of land proper guard for time! Nay Yards, were stated in a report by the Com- 1
iIT' l.ibVral contract* & he made
:hn! .c who v.W! to advertise by the year.QJf have been made in Louisiana and Alabama and for :ships at sea. n>:S-;;iners of the Fund, at tite list session Aggregate Civil $6l0000 :
ronmmicnti&n; ; ,liir<*fvl lit \V. and of a tract adjoining the '"The inture of the duties! performed [ of Cont iHNs. :\ great part of "
.11 limit, Post .Mi tor, Pcnsacola! wilt Orders this both land (11)111)11 thl-l Total! Estimate for Pensacola $24,832 75
Ib > Navy Yard, at Pensacolu. by cot ps, on water I fund was absorbed by, and ex- ..
be- thity! :, .-11"1d..1 to.-, =:;;;......... have been given to the Commandant is such; tint: great d inner revilii ;';'pend 1 >d, hiring the late war, in the Estimate the--+I.Guard- at ",
-- t't of the Yard to plant live o.k on the from their being insufficiently ,:'ischarged. i !; d iv of the Xavy. This sum has been of required
Navy =Partlllent tIC
Yard Pensacola.
Cflls ,.' -'-- l latter. An examination of the coasts The public interest \'UlI; ;I J repaid, under regulations and by order Navy -'
1 Captain. 8 Sergeants,
r -j *.: \ ( T of the Report of the of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida therefore be promoted by (i u!:nlth'in!! III of this department, in the course :X First Lieutenants, S Corporals! r

.""t' ,cn'niij., of tl'c .lY/fry, accompa- : as far south Musquito Inlet. its numbers or by withdrawing it al'o of the last three years. There is 3 Second Ditto 4 Musicians. '

"4''t:! t'e 1'i'( SiIeatt's .iIescarte : has: been rmde, with a view to the gether, either from the t :ivyarts; another sum, however, of :;,5O,OOU, I and'_O Privates. .t

tit the vjirnin!!
tif the Tit'iiitiith Congress. I timber upon it. Much: less was er means for' prutecliun, which would to the fund, on the. !2(;:II of February, H 1'loridfLegislature..

E...,evial: :service has born rendered found: than had previously been hoped be regarded as a hazardous experiment. 1811 and was dnected to be paid, .

(I. (,U:- cunuuercctnt,' our political I for. Orders have also been given out of any' moneys in the Treasury, Thursday, Dec. 27th, 1827. "

Yel :'fitis bv the squadron in the JMe- and are in a course of execution, There is still greater defect in the not otherwise, appropriated I II which hlsI JOHN-HE LA Ku.\ and HENRY WILSON
tli1t':":Iean, wider! the command of for the examination of the west coast! of organization, than in tlie numbers, of I not yet been paid, (':{("('P' :<:: 3,7S2 86. iMem'ders from the 1st. and 2nd. ;'

Com. I Rodents.! The presence and Florida. It is manifest from the information die Corps. By the 1 1-iw of 179S, it is I This sum was by .:bOOUO les than Districts, appeared, were qualified ..

;Ictiv"f our vessels! of war, under already obtained, that we uoverned by' the same: rules and articles it ought to have been. The sum and took their seats.

th"t!>killf l direction tithe Commandftr .hall be obliged to plant exteus:ve of war as arc prescribed' for the l I which has been }p-nd by th? :Navy, llr.ieub offered the following

have t r.rourtt.-d our numerous mcrrh tracts of land! \1 ith the livo oaks, or 1Imlt: try: Establishment of the United amounted to, at least, 81:50,000: andis resolution, which was laid on the ta-

-M MtK] and our crow in? comiif that we shall, after a fewears, be deprhed t, M.Kes ; and by. the! ruL-s t for the re*'_+u- readily shown by calculating the ble. (Subsequently ..dop ed.)

) ('($ from" ;ou> intci I n11liioll. The I of this most valuable timber J I Illion ol the Navy, according to he funds employed in the service. RESOLVED, That theDt'f'gatein: Congress 4.
of Florida, be and
squadron w .11 this scar<< cons'.xt of the i for the uses of the Navy. inatiuv of the service in which they It is most f( spt>fully suggested, he is hereby from tile respectfully Territory requested to, use

Dih-varc 1 J.;:vu, Lcxiimton! Warn-n, The situ section of the act referred {I shall; be employed." l>y tie! con- that the hole sum of $ 130,OOO all proper exertions to procure the passage Y
..m,1 I'4I I"Ili"e..; i ;,nil! will be commandfii I to, authorizes the Piesident: "to I j struction uniformly given to this law, should be restored, with the interest of a Jaw. autnorising the< sale of the lands reserved '

ity ( ipt. Cr-iiu1. cause to be constructed two dry docks i 1 the Corps i i., subject to the Naval;) reguLtious upon itjuovvamo'jntingto: '(i1,6OO.: It jl. this} Territory for the establishment

No pracie.: < have been committed for the use of the Navy, the one to : : when .it sea, and to the Army i is not the money of the Government of a seminary learning, and for tho
use of schools ; at such times, and under
in theVs iKdii' The prudeniuid Uie South, the other to. the Noitii ofj j I regulations when! on 1.:n.l. The same or Nation Not one cent has been such regulations, as the (aovcruor&Coun*

: active ajij -;|'all of our biiml! diP Potomac." The two sites sei i Officers t and men are, at one moment paid to the fund, by the nation. cil may by law irect.In "

luter; \ ;"* accomplished th it Wam'i. locted, are, at the navy yards at Gos- I uuder one system of rules and disci- It has been taken out of the pay 01'1 urging this request, a second time,upon -

: !. ,!'t'd Irom it. Cnptuin Ridgey port, in Virginia 1, and Cliarlestown, in plineat the next under another. Thc the officers and men, and belongs the of consideration this Council disclaim of Congre all intention, the members of

roM-iui': '> in comm.mii; then' :Massachusetts. Attention has been I!|i compensation! is governed by one law them as justly as any portion of their I manifesting a feeling of discontent, as respects

Tho forte on the coast of f Brazil, paid to the direction of the law re- J at sea, another' on land. The nature private estates. It is now mentioned the course heretofore pursued by

and I nlH'IlIl Ayies, will not be
dipt.: Diddle continues iu sacola, but the situation of the Navy unsettled 1, and subject constant di'mtations..1nd I interests are necessarily the object ; On the contras they have much reason -
to felicitate themselves on the munificence mi
command there.An Yard and improvement, with other I when the }Iriw.saie to J attention by this Department, and i which it has ever seemed disposed to <;:
iticrr-a uf force in the Squad- causes, have prevented a decision up- I be enforced in the punishment of an because the money is wanted to erect exercise and do most sincerely appreciate .'-1

ron in tin- Pacific, under Capt. Joncs on the subject.It officer, neither: the War: nor Navy the buildings for accommodation. the liberality with which their petitions have

i< ocommcndi'd. At least lour vecls :.- would" be improper again to present Department, can, in many cases, act Sites have* been purchased for four I been regarded ; but while they deny all intention '.
to complain, they
: of icspcrtable size ought to be in detail the which have I without the inlcilerc/ifo of the other. ) Boston or even right
vlet s j J buildings! ; at New York, nevertheless consider themselves! entitled to* a"<
con>tuiuly in the Pacific, cHili the dis- before been taken the of, It is not detail the and ;;
on question necessary to consequences Philadelphia i Norfolk, which witha the privilege of presenting at all times lathe
itiuro rrnd %rs this imJ.'o sible. unless rank and pay in the i\avy ; of a want I which follow. It is, per- small one at Pensxcoij, may be consideration of Congress such alterations t.
fix voscN ill commission be devotedto of regular organization ; of a code of h.ips matter of surprise that confusion: made sufiicieiuly extensive to answer in their systems and laws, as will in. 1,3

tl.) 'It obj ct. criminal law or regulations- ; and of aNaval I disorder, and violJtion of duty, have all the necessities of the service at any then of opinion tile conduce to which the general advantage .f; .:
community, they
11 !isro i )t: 'it":din to advert) to the School. But the Departmentwould not existed to an extent which mL'ht: future period.; sent. TIle subject proposed in the foregoing repre--

u>iiM-h." u uf v1;1'a regular: passage not disrharge its obligations to jeopardize! the existence of the Corps.I Two huiluin Ts,an Hospital at Norfolk resolution, is one so important to the interest .-

thro:'ih tin, ihnms of Panama : it the serviceif failed to express a conviction would respectfully suggest, as a and an Asylum at Philadelphia, of Florida, and so vitally connectedwith
w(.<:iii viviiiif of facility that and 1st. That the be increased the growth and prosperity of the institutions -
I p-uMiri-. money, discipline, economy remedy- Corps are prore.sill! :! very satisfactorily ; which: it has manifestly been the
i'l '' r' :iitij; the operations of f efficiency would be promoted by judicious in the number of privates, and if the funds'were put in a prop-T object of that honorable body toencourageand y.

our i '-n : t onifurt md convenience legal provisions on these sub and that the number and grade of the I condition, the whole might! be com- supportthdt the members of this Council -

lo c'tir rft-iXT"' and ;its rffects on the jects. officers correspond with those which: i J plcted in two years, and form, together cannot believe that an apology will be

toil IML'K<< I- t>,f our country would be III no service, cither of the army ornavy have been established in the Army !' a Hospital establishment, at least considered ne.-essary. for presenting it a.
second tine i.idecd. would consider it
; they
ailtt.trv. C.'hrap' as the ol'ralionlll } in any* (*".e or nation, has a t trcesucil and approved by experience, for that : as creditable to the counti, and h('- an aberration from that strict line of duty, K
::'ht be niic-:Minpic: and onus ten- as we now send to sea in squadrons number of men.L'lid. nefici-il to the service: as th it belonijiiifT which their ot't:; ations to the Territory, and ""

tittiou. atilt:' pLn IN-it would go far been commanded by Captains ; ::! That it be placed entirely under i :o another nation. Tii completion to the .on'IIH: tnt of the United States impose -

to t'fitct a rhatii' :n our commercial and perfect subordination and discipline the laws and regulations: for the : of tins establishment is (jf'I were they not again to present this
I II matter to the consideration of Congress,
intijo :ions with ih' Pacific Ocean I without wl:ich there can bc.. govenmi"it! of the Navy.; |I funded by the plainest policy. In and to submit a few Wine most prominent

;nn' Cti.nev' ; Sea, and be the avenues neither efficiency, nor economy, cannot ord. That: accommodations; be afforded ,, this country the services of our spat re.iso.,* ,ipon whjph: thy have predicated

throH1.hvhic! ); a large amount of the prevail, unless, so large a force has i. to them out of, but adjoining, ,j t men are voluntary I ; no impressinent their o.in i >ns.C .
Int-ciotis nii'taU would find their commanders of Hunk the <.n':r--i:, at its last session, passed a law
way proper grade. : :Navy Yards : so that details can :I lor other mode of compulsion is, or

toh'.v: lountry.Trw is as indispensable in the navy as in be :sent, under proper arrangements, i ought to be, applied, to force them to Council granting uf'>this die Territory Governor the and power Legislative to take?

benefits rest: ','in2f V.1P. from the [an- the army ; and equal justice to the. by the Officers, commanding thnm, perform the duties of peace, or fight possession of the lands which arc the subject
.-ti 1 '\.'; ih of our HlllIl'd'e l scls to officers calls for the establishment ofa imo the Yardsand while there, be entirely the battles ol the country in war. nut of this resolution and to lease thesame

the fisiicrle: indicate clearly! the du- higher crack Several of those up- subject to the control and orders in proportion to the voluntary char- from year to year, and appropriatethe
t\' tJ t couiiniiiuo., ti.t| practice.Orcisoiid on list of have been money arising from such leases, to the
our Captains of the commandant.4th. acter of the service, ought! to he the use of schools and the erection of a semi-
I ; visits 01 our armed vessels such for more than a quarter of a cen- That a sufficient number, for effort to render that service pleasant, lIinuf. learning.

to the Agency ;it Mfsurado: : willIe tury ; nave commanded forces superior the sole purpose of guarding the property and to create every inducement to In countries presenting dense population -
) useful) ; hut -.is one of those attached to those always commanded by at Portsmouth and where the advantages to be de-
Philadelphia I join it. And when it is perfectly understood -
rived from the cultivation 0'-the soil depend
the West
10 India
squadron can Generals on land have borne themselves and Pensacola be
be ; Washington assigned by all who are acquaintedwith upon the skill and care with which it
spared no other need be commissioned : as gallantly, and done the state to those places, and the remainder the character of the seaman, that i is managed, a system of leassing lands fora
mill's) one or more be commissioned as much service as their military rivals he divided between the stations at his foresight is seldom directed to any term of years, may be found to yield a

cxclusist'iv) to cruize in con- : on shore ; yet they are still Cap Boston, New-York, and Norfolk, other object than a place of refuge, profit, without impairing their value ; but
ju.rjiouviih it, and the suppression : and with the of where there exists a sparse population, and
tains compensation where be drilled
they cm properly{ when disease and misfortune overtake where large bodies ot unsettled lands are
of the slave
trade.It Captains, while their patriotic competitors and prepared for sea service, and! from him, surely that place of refuge ought presented at almost every point thoughout
may now be confidently assert- with a service l loss protracted which our vessels in commission may not to be wanting.In the country ; renting or leasing especially
rd, ihat) ; the i princIpal] cost in the establishment and not more energetic or deserving obtain the necessary guards when fit- this view, it is hoped the pay- from year to year, will ever be found tc
of this Agency has been rewarded and wise render them worthless, without producingany -
are by just ting for sea. ment of the debt beforementioued equivalent.Persons .
encountered ; and that hcuever Africans Government, with a higher rank and 5th. That the commandant and will be made ; and if something were acquainted with the mode usually

the shall 1: he ie-aptured' it will bo in. fuller compensation.. ; staff ofthe Corps remain at this place added to it, it would be justified by pursued by agriculturists in the southern

power (if Gon nlllf'llt to place Promotions are made from the rank as the most convenient for communication the consideration, that the nation has states, must be convinced that a system of
themihere s25: each. After the improvement, enters not into their schemes
arrival of mi shipmen. The
education both with the and dollar desira-
yet given one to so of
the policy ; their principal object i is to draw
e.xpense will be, small, and of this class of ofiiccrs is there- the
Corps ; and for the prompt settle- ble an object. from the native soil as large a product as it
noi crnnnue Illorethan 6 or fj months. fore, the best mode by which we can ment of their accounts. Respectfully submitted. is capable affording, and when,from such
L has been customary with the DcpriiKicnt secure talent, information and meritin If these suggestions should be SAM L. SOUTHARD. a pUn of culture, it becomes exhausted it

) :! for t\ 'o er three years past the higher grades. The greater adopted, i it i is believed that the Marine is abandoned for a more fertile spot. If

to. direct! the attention of our com- part of them enter the service between Corps would be much more efficient Estimate of all allowances of Officers this ing the be the soil course(as in pursued many by instances persons it own-undoubtedly -

1IL nt iug officers abroad to the propriety the ages of fourteen and sixteen, and less expensive to the public. and all others at the Nacy is,) what have we to expect from r
of adding something to the aciicullu I when it is impossible: that they should' The two first of these propositionswould Yard and Station PENSACOLA; I those who have no permanent interest in it)
; 1, while!] they were the be well I tenants from to in 6.
protecting i informed scholars.Their require legal enactments ; the for the year 18U8.NAVAL. year year country
connnt'rciul* ocZ1IIII interest of the nation, by :. situation in the service renders it others might be effected by regulation.The like this, would ofthe direct largest every return effort ftom to the their attainment -

I llFOIilirlinii respecting vattible equally impossible that they should Naval Hospital fund has an Total labor, without regard tc> future consequence
aiiiniiils: seeds, and plants, and I there make much literary or scientific intimate connection with the interests One Capt.-Allowance p. ann. $40 lS 75 and wben their leases expired, they-

iriiport-ng such as they could conve- ; acquisition beyond the practical and feelings of th ;Officers and Sea- One One Lieutenant Master Commandant lOlO 751 I would leave lauds, in a state of premature -
1 :sl
HHT.th" without iuattuiition : decay and destruction.Auotheo"'r .
( 'to theiriiore duties! of the seaman. Their pay I; men who are under the control of this One Lieutenant 753 75.i' important reason presents itself
appropriate duties. \ rrfew IS incompetent to the means and therefore deserves One Master 1141,7
f>l f ihem :. procure Department I to the members of this Council against the;
ia' \e returned without "some of instruction, and their employmentsare notice in this report One Surgeon jgot 75' adoptiou of this system ; it is, that the revenue
\ :'lualJle imporuitions! of the kind. 1 too steady and active to afford the I Humanity and One} Surgeon's Mate 957: 1 to be derived from it, would not be
justice policy require -
)!Ttte One Purser
: + 3 Hi 75,1 sufficient
1 reciseai.'d detailed : to answer valuable endue
instructions tints The science and information that the diseased'and wounded Three Midshipmen any
Ln' 957 Woodlands .
in.di-r altbough constantly subject t
In your directions: and in lequisiie for a navy officer, is in no seaman, when brought into port, One Boatswain ]414 pillage and waste, could not be rented for
-.., Lirt0: with the Treasury Den respect inferior to that required by ; should have a home and the means of One Gunner 741 any price, and the cleared lands would yield
(:n,'. !been } -d:) and will 1 officers Oue Steward 307 a small in of their
prrpai army and engineers and the cure provided ; and that the disabled 751 very sum, consequence
voJiCibe given to vath! '.-Hirer who J not being considered a fair subject for
1: interest as well as tho honor of th G'j and aged soaman, wlio h;$ worthily Aggregate of hard &12,863; competition. By coujmou consent,the perVoL. *

r. ...... ._ aL' .... ,, ,, ____ 1
," -."- '. _'_ _- ____-...' ---J.,,. ,.'-_-- >,<. ',''';.',' 11'" < ,, ,'/It. ,_-_... _____,___ --
"' -'- '

w -
RL ,

ii g .


oh who has cV.irod: a piece oflanJ, known could become iilcntiGec! with the soil, it ficed. We should be pleased, should del-stood that the line Is to commence Merchants, interested iri the Medite> ..

1 public land, is coucidcied in some degree matters not how limited his means night it be in conformity with ,our own leel-! running on tho 1st of January next r.Uleau-and whose property, To avery I
its owner, and no other will be. Florida is not less exposed than she is
pcuon of l letter should be and visitors Florida will .
I almost ings, this part our Emigrants to large amount was within tho--
oppoehim in renting, he thciefure geu conspicuous, possessing a sea const :)t.
I States in the published on arrival in the United not hereafter be under the necessityof reach of Turkish and .-
it at such price as he is willing[ to otter, and equal to any two your I vengeance cupidity -

tlierr.by obtains a privilege to commit e>ery ed with ship harbois and unioniUdeut-j States. Wishing you health anda i purchasing horses or hiring convey- to learn that respectable portion ,:

kind depredation.. ready access to tile pleasant voyage. ances between the above named of the United States' fleet was

i': iionsconmctctL For these and vlher with important UK- object for conside\\ Illch opeiritions the Atlantic of Ocean both the Hence Gulf of it is Mexico I\lIlIupor-and I We remain, very respectfully, youi places; a mode fraught with expense actually at Smyrna at the time of the

1hf' lands hare been icseired, the Mem- tant iu order to resist the hostile aima- obedient servants, & extortion; but. be able at all seasonsro late desperate battle. A very con

I bi 's of this Council, reprf"St' llmgthe people ;I, ineuts of an enemy in time of war from BENJAMIN. BASDEN, travel with comfort, economy, and siderable amount of property at Smyr.

, ". Florida, conceive tliat in ich injury will j i>**'ses iug those points, !so vitally important DUR1GE MONET, 'ertainty-objects of no small mo na is owned by tho merchants of BJlimore !-
. out ol ijs fttem, If gQcd. IT it be I' not only to Florida but to the whole .
e piow ) il1' .
Consignees of Brig South America.From ment. Arrangements hate also bee and it gives us much satisfaction -
Southern that dense
a population
p. line, tliftt experience is at ait limes a safe country I
I i'di'y, we greatly en, when \neglect to : should: !be induced if possible to settle on the New-Y"rk Co,.' Advertiter. ,nade for the mail from Augusta to ;:r- to announce, that so far as it depends

Ii pot by its lessons ; & in i looking at l*,'UI- : the extended and diversified nnge of poor United St (t's'' Schooner J'vrpoise. five m Milledgevillesix times week, on the prompt protection of tho

Ii.: .. Ainbnma and other neighboring Stat{,;. i lands polled} with mnll liainmucks, that -This vessel WHS spoken on the 10hinst. : after the first of next month. American squadron, its safety is insured *-
1'H.. fii.d the ort results have follClt\t't.l the I i I constitute at least three fontths of Florida, .
in lat. 36 Ion. 74 54 from tin- Georgia Statesman &, Patr 9t. :-
F. I's'm yl ienMiig '*. (Hudhtt apart Tot the I which never will be inhabited at the present ,

I p.oitio'ion of liu rtolu.'. The l lauds (have !:: minimum price of public lands, but Mediteranean, bound to this pot I. From Hit Savannah Republican. The Philadelphia Gazette of yesterday -

f'; bl -jr; found to dftctiiiitie from % -nr toyeai, I would son present the aspect! of cultivation We find by the arrival .of the bri' BANK OF DARIEN, says, some of our Journalists
niI the have Ical tt'Iv born eutfi-i and industry.should a plan of this: kind } have been
. i piocrrdj, be adopted. Dolos, HI Boston, from Smyrna, that Darien, October, 1827. ; expressing their regrets
j-\J. ricnr fouav ti'.vtfxueuscs. necessarily: incur-I
the American
red. i iu pi.tctng" them in this train w of ruiu In all! privileges of this sort the agriculturalist the Porpoise has 'had a blush with agang To his Excellency G. M. Troup. fl.ig did not wave

: 1 and detruriioii.An is to be exclusively benefiltcd ; ; of Greek "iirLtts. Sir-in conformity to the regulation with others! at Navarino. Perhaps

. additional reason, not indeed directlyconnected formed, as history; and fxpeiienre has The Dolos sailed{ from Smyrna on of the Legislature I now enclosea the feelings which led them to express
tfilhlhe funds to be r.-usod from taught mankind, to be the nursing mother these will bo
the I(Jth of October under of regrets gratified. A
statement ol the situation of the
had influeric. with of a happy and! the most solid fund convoy
c these Ian Js: has also Us : country letter
: the mtmbers of this bod)', in inducing them for a nation to( rely upon, for the support ofI f the United States' Sehr. Porpoise, in Bank of Darien, which! I am happy to { an American officer in tho

to ptesciit this request to the Cong 't''s of 1 I their fiscal operations, particula in a company' with ship Aiigusia, Foster, .
the United Stxteu. The Territory of Florida -: coun" like ours, where every m in is brigs Susan, Gibson; Rob Roy, Eas- last year, as much as could be ex- of this city, states tint in anticipation -
J, !isknounto an erie.K of maia- placed in a condition to contribiite to theul: of between the
posseM I terhrook: ; and! Cherub, Loring, all for : H'cteJ. a rupture co'ii-' -
time fronliei in exposure !} oi his own happiness, by throwing his mite [
surpassing ny
M: other portion of th.* Union it is also knvn into the national wet l.t l>ooii ; five English and one Dutch .: I II my report of last year, I made billed powers of Europe and ho

, to embrace an immense tract of country, Thus it is. the \\ al'h of the Cii/en; i is! vi-:.-<'f. On the llili" in the Gulf, :an allowance of fifty thousand dollars Turks, two of our frigates had taken

, ?: the most of which) is of MICH steiility, as to manifestly. that of the Nation. m,d whiUt -poke United Stales'; ship Lexington, for lost hills.-This proves* incorrectas station at Smyrnato afford relief
;! barrier to settlement p rop rtv'pas-cs fiom the one t.:) the oilier, assistance the
present nn insuperable with >hij Harder, of New-York, under the loss will be trilling if : to of that
fora national consideration it cleulyshows any.-
times only
; and that
city. The writer of the letter
additional! !labor' after convoy for Smyrna. On the 14th My statement therefore thlt a
-1 of invasion, must o( flCCitV be less, than an avidity to was, :
1 its situation requ f"S. It would therefore I their own fHicilv' All \which! i i. most respectfully the fhenjb, Siis ii, Rob Roy, and an much worse than it appeared. This person high in command intimztes

: seem, that every effort should be resorted I submitted. i English: srhnoner separated from the however, has been made up by the that if any violence be olferred to tho

I r. to by the Government, tu invite with'n its I An act to prev(-n? tho M.'rsluil.; ofthe f convoy. On the I5h; in the Doro profits of the Bank, and by debtsto Christians of Smyrna, the American :
r.: borders populntion, uhich several l Judicial Dirsc's in ih"s: '. .
a permanent P in the frigates will take a active :
; nifiht three bolts Plrt.'t
very :
ivsagp a considerable
amount .
would be identified with it in interest, and i very ,
t t: from t"kin Gri-iti! anil! :Io- ,
Territory with ibotit Greek from the New-York Statesman. ;)
would be disposed to defend it agacist lor- fifty pirates rac.h, then considered doubtful, which have '
\ tit Jurors 1'torn in which! II '? :
the Counties
if school lands, located took of Another Naval Attioa.-By Gib..
eign assaiU.Ms. hut the possession an English brig since been secured, that: the loss now

as they arc in tin- best sections oldie they resi-lo i : under, reitaiucircumsuin-; wthn! ; ) I Inil t I of f ill" duet, made; f fast their is only thirty four thousand dollars raltar papers received this morning,
I should be kept under a Ica'ie' this I res" was; PASS MI). we learn that tho 4th of
I desirable country object would he whully defeated. ;- - ..-......_--...- :--- i'o.its; WJih tow line! to tow her in to. after putting out viewin the Mother on October
1 ------
w.nds the shot TIle ai: action took place between the
I Persons who depend upon renting land* for e\ ."\j jt\ B \ \,., -" \j. t'. Porpois<- Bank and Branches, an amount French

support, are generally of an :'nstablr: and =:.-:::....==::.-=.... .- ---. --- ui'Uineil;: out ho! bo.'us, and went to jf one hundred and ninety thousand squadron off Algiers and the
itinerant character and having no pernrincnt tin; ivsCiio ,>f t dIe brig-they commenced dollars doubtful and bad debts.A I Algerine ileet of 13 vessels. Tho
; interest in the GoT-rnruent, would beindisposed L.v: ? flXATE.7'iirsda,4' action lasted four hours. At
a brisk li-v the Greeks a
upon} considerable of bad debts : quarter
: f to promote it in peace, or defendit Dec. 21i, 1827. amount
in war. ]I\r. Johnson ,of who cut ihc'i uw lim's, and? pnlleu have been charged to profit and loss, past 3 tho actiou ceased, neither

t A:; tlte: resolution herewith submitted, is Lotiisi.inapropos for :he shore, the b->atv of the Porpoise which reduces the amount now exhibited -i !party showing a disposition to renewit ,

r (uily intended to teqnest the passage t'f H ed the following]) re.vthnion) : : I ;'11 the whiie 1 filing! Of'00 and of debts of this description and and as far: as could bo observed
law the sale of these: lands, at llffjlccd Tint tljp Committee; of ;
;. authorising I neither sustained much for
!k-li-tig) many: of thin,. About fort Iso the ofnett injury ; at
I exhibi-
;: LOCh tiijie* and under such regulations! n% Commerce he iiistructe.'l to iaquiri1 into ; amount profits
Gieek** vvt'ioon boani the th- 4 o'clock, all the Algcrino squadronwas .....
.ed in the
the Governor air! LegislativeI'.mncil may: of : brig at statement of the Cashier, -:
;3 i tliiect, it would! appear unnecessary In suggest tne e.vpedirncy rnakinj;and an appropriation time of the attack, all of whom jumped which will be found enclosed. seen standing for the port, apparently }

II 1 at this time, any lilted for their futme ;; to diM'jjen improve o* board and were either di owned The Bank will now be in a situa- in as much regularity as wlten :, _
disposition" ; hut as the success of this apjil'cation. ) ttt' iMitrance to, :uii'l the i1 arbor ofSt. they left the French
shot in unpursued by '
or I the! va ter. On the 17th tion ,
to business
t again commence after .
: tmy: in anine degree depend upon Marks in Floridn ; arid furihtT I ro i inquire who steered '
r, the correctness of their \iews on this subjccl arrived off Milo and found the Rob lie first of January nextprovided the I a northwesterly course. |

"j tljp members of this body believe, that( into the expediency of ertct.Ug; Roy, Susan, and the English sohoonei stale will extend its fostering hand, so I The French squadron his resumed \\i:
Liuhi House
f/ full of them, will not !be a at or near; said harbor. the blockade. ': '
developement which
separated on the 14lh had far I .
Thc [ as to rant a reasonable indulgenceon
considered irrrlevanf.Into following re, ulution, s'lhmil-( -
some parts of t-is Term hory. a tide ted on Monday last, bv Mr. Silsbec, [I :arrived: there. Captain Pratt learned the amount of its notes now in the I New-YORK, Dec. 2G.

"4 of emigration i i.; at this time most:! rapidly w.is taken :nd :\ re.tl l to. that tin Rob Roy and Schr had bofMi Treasury, this being the only claim of i Three days later from London.

I llmving and not a doubt i is cntcrtHiiied but Resolved up Th ; 11 Iken by eight boats, full I. of Greeks. ;my amount that can be brought against : The Cambria arrived yesterday from
the Coiunitteo
t it will. continue to flon, ac long iis lands! sui-! tt ; on and
Financebe plundered of t cargo; &t'Vhcn the Institution. London, bringing papurs; to I9h tilt
be instrnctcti into
: O'PtiMp of profiiabl" lillngo, can procn'ed toii.qure:
.. ; and 'h.m itl 11! tl.cood lands of those I the expediency "f inmkug; sticlt an they fit st hove in siiiht it wfs calm, I am, with sentiments of respect, by which it would appear that no intelligence ;

!l scti...!is of countiy are settled, cu.giantsill I lot the ofihe Navy appropriaiion and as they approach!, captain Lu- your very obedient servant, had been received from .-.

: \\ .be' directed.io other pal attracted to of the Territory their !I ns to unable! the support J1t'.ld! of the Dip.irrment ,- ring, of the Cherub, fired a gun at (Signed.) Auson Kitnherly.President.. I Constantinople, subsequent to the reception -
which !have. not I
to as yet i
I fl(111 which did '
LI ) not in'imid.itu; them, there of the news of the naval:
r- attention. To dispose of the cdwollallds. I to increase tin; number of '
]![ and fearing! if he again fell into their in the of Navarino. ';
fight bny "
I lhei t'fore upon the must alvna'a'eousterjjiH ; I public! vessels! on the Mediterranean, Extracts from the the
: th,. Governor and 'hi-nids: th'tt he ami all I his would Report of the British '
: it is that crew Nothing, Traveller J
necessary I'I'I says
station; for
tre of further : *
:pu pose giving/ Committee on Hanks in the .,
'. Council ;I c at Isbeity; to bring thrm info I be m-iss.irred, abandoned her, took Legislature of the 19th, can exceed the feveiish .*

market, at such tim-s a* tney wilt be in the p'o.fction lu our commerce in his:: boats with all She, crew, and pulled of Gem'giu."They I excitement which where .
4. gre'itcst demand! (1'1 torn the i'tiliiK! o'popula- that qtriitcr.House further that the I every prevails
] !for the
\. tff1.: to the particular section of i!$uniry in ol licp cntatives. ; a bieeze, soon after hank of Darien still continues !, both ill England and Fran 't .
IKr whieh they are silu.ttp.l. ItisaUo i considered :lie got on hoar i, Spl izigIig up, the to redeem The Paris papers of the ISih inst.

,; that the most advisable plan In <\lsvi;cjf 1fJlltl..I1fec.' 21. Sus.in; esc
p them, will be to 8-ll tH--n! : upon a cio'lit. On motion of Mr. u mrr., of Florid pos--SIC.T: of ihr Ci i'o rub, and when! ;are. authorised in the belief, that it: The Journal des Debats of the

of from one to ten ears : the principal! t..i i, it tt'.is V.Wef'I'lmt the COHlj j!, h-i I Ii will, in the course of a reasonable pro-
t : sf'on wa:; towards Delos
steering ceding day that intelligence .
be secured by *.tnallwcul l :ty :\\HIt lien I I II announces
I''I mince {
<< on ( UIIIlWrre! hi? intncted! :O j!1 i where they rendezvoused.) The time redeem all its hills now in the ,
upjn; the land and to bear n rrasori.iNle! interest I brig was received in Paris on Fri-
from the salt, tube p.iid.;Inntiulv!! ) tat > inquire into the expedir.ncy of in- I Phebe, of and. ] from New-York, tor treasury, and indulge the hope that it :j I'day! from the Turkish capital, stating -
the coruiii.sjioiu'rs of IH' school cieisin: ? the dUlY on will also redeem the stock in which I
or tins tees t foresjni! OranglAs.1 I Snivrni: Milo
O was waiting; a con- that on the first notice of the
1 fanci. ISy an adoption oi'this conise. it i? I 1'/ urs/aqIec 27. the Stue: is largely interested." I
'? VI' sh hid
; : taken the battle of Navarino
i by pirates at Constantinople
.eJiI''rd the lands will sell for a pi;ice, I r On have ,
inotion'of examined
lJr.TIII'l't- of Flori- : and They also the report '
than would command at plundered.icw ambassadors of tho Allied Powers
:. greater they any
d'i i lie.solve That the and exhibit of the Macon
: it Bank
wOllll1'i..lt I was; Com ,
future and unnua1
period, an York Dec. 20.- The immediately embarked, and that '.
4. on the Post 0 flic and Pos remains and take pleasure in that said
revenue in intercut' nuiiiiifly larger than : : Ruuds slating
of an had been laid
I i Lieutou'int ALLKN: embargo on all fo'f
Could! CV'er be rcali/fd 1'. MII l nts.. he instructed! to inquire :into/ the; "x- were brought exhibit presents a very sound and
r from tho :N reign vessels and the
Yard tlu
\ Tin Meibber: .>f the Com-al aie well n. pediency of cstabli.shin a P Ist Home '. ivy yeste.-day morning prosperous state of the affairs of said property *.
ware of the ol.jl'ctial1lalC'h! exist to a sale i attended! by a number of officers Franks. The Gazette de France, .
3 from the Court House of Al .chna, Bank, and fully complies with the
7 of lauds upon ciedit, !but I hey are convinced -' of ihe navy awl a detachment of seamen however, treats ibis, statement, as it

4t, that little reflection is inquired! to show,: 'I.. County, by Black Creek, to Jacksonville :and marines.: 0 n lauding the charter and the requisitions of the se-I ought to be treated, and places it
that those o! t'c'ilJl1s rnnuot appl.} to the in Florid.t.; veral laws and resolutions governing
I, ._ __ Brooklyn Ferry, the Was irnongst the lies of the day.
srtl\ullancl.; in this Territory ; the quantityto -------- ----J -- procession the B inks of this State The sound
be biought into mniKet .it any o-ie time, ,lLL\. '''.\ r,' f' I joino.l by the members of the Common and healthful condition The most intense anxiety is manifested .-
will be toa small to in\it foreign specu'H-' ..l.J'_' 1 t ;u:: \ \.1 Council, and a number of the exhibited by by every individual in the city
-------------- -- -- this institution he
lioathey will therei'orcbe purchased by persons == = = Civil; and prudence, care, for information.
Military Officers and Citizens Despatches
Norfolk, !hr. 24. and caution thus wore
settling in the country, and the payment manifested in its
will be amply eeured. Instead: ofthf'it' The U. S. Ship Dnticuii, Capt. I who accompanied[ the rem'iins management: are such as entitle it to l last night received by tho Austrian

4 he .If ruined in the hands of tenants, ) )wn"", v/tl!, we ultit"; land. leaveHampton to the foot of Couriland-street, an equality with the other chartered Ambassador; and an express has likewise -

$; by an improvident system of culture! they Roads, in a few d.tys, :Ibr i I where they were placed) on board a Banks arrived from Lisbon this morning. "
in this State and
will more likely be improved by ownei s, the confidence -
I ll Annapolis.ffficvn. ;: '- 'cim bont tJ bn omvjyed to Ilud- These several events continue in nu
who will be tl future benefits I of tile
looking ) ant community. The
From the Rvston Cei-tine.l. ( sun f(.r interaent. DUI'iilt! the fune- committee small degree to increase the already '
advantages, and if (rom non payment, they therefore .
should! at any timi; revert to the Government Appointment*.-It i, reported that: rai reremoiiiR.s! minute !tins were fired resolution recommend the following 1- highly wrought expectations.

they will return with an incieasedvcl I .\'fIl.Ir.L AMORY: F.sq., of M is- from the United States':: schooner : Trieste, Nov. 6 According to

:" snrl>tSM'tts, of tw! late firm of Amory: Grampus, which was stationed in the lcsolved, That tlie bills of the tho intelligence from Zanre and Corfu

.' With regard to the fund to be raised from and C.illeiuU'r} of New Orleans, Its; East Kiver for the Macon Bank be received at the Tieai i of the 27th October, part of
'r a sale of these lands the mnnb* of the! purpose. in the
Council would only ohsri ve.f! <,h MI collected I bc."i: appointed N-tvy AjiMjt at Peai From the Baltimore Gasetle. sury payment of taxes and all the Allied Squadron to the Dadannelles. : .
oilier debt! due the "
Ip it might he securely and advantageously i! sicoh, in lie otfica vacated by tho The U. S. ship Lexington went to : : State. It: is supposed that this detachment '.,
11 rested in some stock, wiich would i death of Sinmel \Vc learn from the Tuscumbin (Alabama)
'" I H. Overton, K.sq. Car.ibnsu, to search for the first has for its object the adoption
stolen the
Telegraph, that on 26th
t. give an annual I'income, amly 1 sufficient to The Nov., about
J carry into eiTect, the b'lIdiCf'i'lt designs of t appointment, oflvicavnr> DCH- cargo of tho Cherub : an't that 750( Indians, Creeks, oftfic M'Intosh part of a menacing position, for tho

Congress: in setting them apnrt. I NY Es-q., of this city, to be Naval her boais were fired upon and beaten consisting of men, women and children, purpose of protecting tIlt Christian

'f In conclusion the! members! of the Coiucil I Store Keeper at the same: station: haslWI.ore off by the Greeks in an attempt to I arrived in that place on their way to Ar- residents at Constantinople, and it

,. would respectfully_, : remark, that if niL, '. been mcntitmcd. I f these! -u--- l.nui peaceably. Finding nothing was kansas, conducted by Col. Brearly. They was hoped that i it would effect this desirable
p. cave been established by Congress, in relation :I profess an entire willingness to the exchange -
portsare authentic, it is highly honorable to be effected I object before the arrival 'fIbraliiin's
without considerable *
to the deposition: of the !lands reserved a i and appear to be in fine spirits. It
I, for Universities and the support; of schools, I to the Administration, and wilbe ; It I force, the L. proceeded to make a report will be recollected that the time stipulated. Tartars, convoying the 1 n'-ws

'which are ndverse to the request they now .I, pleasing to the coun'ry, that the to the Commodore on board the, by the late treaty, for this tribe to remain ,)f the complete destruction of the

; make, they can but hope that the reasons i tune so hoped} fir by Mr. JcrrEitsoN r Constitution, at Smyrna.:. within the limits Georgia, expires on the rut kisi fleet. Ibrahim has laid art
here assigned, added to the peculiar situation has arrived when the :;!2d ol'May next-when} they will be compelled
I only i inquiry as embargo on all vessels in the Morea
.. of the country in wluc'ithey live, will MobileJan. 10. to quit the country. We are informed
be considered a? aflrt1Ligof11cieuitgrountls I to fitness for office will be, "/Aht ho Nno Orleans Mad-We understand that a large party, (!between two and belonging lo the Franks.

J S for departure fi an those rules, so far as.. iest, is he capable, w he faithful tu that an has been three thousand,) will, by order of govern Admiral Codrington, at the date of .
r the Territory of Fbi ida i is coneerned.I the Constitution?" made, by which the mail between!I|! ment, rendezvous immediately at some he despatch, was actively employed \.
Mr. WyHtt offered the following From the New l'ork A fi I point near Tennessee river and so soon as
me vessels
can. M-iIta
in repairing damaged at '
and New ;
Orleans! will !
after Col. Brearly returns from Arkansas take
t resolution which was laid on the taI We take great pleasure in : ';'
giving and Z'inte. He had issued orders for
Saturday: next, be again transported in 'i up the line of march for the same destina ;1!
; ble.! publicity to the annexed letter of Ste ,10 Boats. It is understood that tion. A son of the celebrated Chief, McIntosh all vessels sailing to tho tnlanellcs: \

Resolred That the Delegate in Congress! thanks from the a ems arid consignees ;; ; who was murdered in consequence to be stopped until tho *
I two boats
from the Territory be requested to use his I of tho Brg South America to are engaged for that purpose of the lands ceded by him at the Indian of the effect of .
lato defeat
exertions to obtain the of a Law in and will take three mails week.
passage Lieut. Coin. Larimer a Spring Treaty, i is< of the party.
that body, providing for the graduation of of the United I The Coosa, of this Port, and the St. have reached the combined squadrons
the price of public lands in Florida, accord- Slates S<:hr. Gnmpus, for the assistance JUhl' of New Orleans i from Constantinople.It .
it is FOUEIGN.Havana.Liborde's
heir relative value for instance all afforded l him reportedare .
ing to ; I by to that vessel)
was currently
to the Line. ;: ; reported on "
that shall remain in market compose -Register.
( land one year, I after she got alltn: ? and w.is in danger this
be entered dollai two Squadron, Change, afternoon, that blood had-
can at one per acie
jear* seventy-five cents three years fifty I of being robbed. Jt is by such of a Letter Jrom a memberof ,; consisting of one ship of tho line, four been spilt at SmYfll1, on the arrival of

four five cents and. after acts' repeated( on every occasion the Senate, to a gentleman m 1 the
lnts, years twenty- proper frigates, and several small vessels! intelligence of tho late glorious} enr

five years, ut the price of surveying I as well as by its trlike: virtues this City dated was about to sail from Havana. They gagement at Navarino. It WlS: said "" -
I, such land with interest. tint the is I' "TuscaloosaJan.
Navy oecome the deserved 1, 1828.
board three that almost all
In submitting this reqnent and plan of on thousand five the resident Franks
favorite of tlio nation.M.TANZAS,29th "The Committee the
; appointed by
graduation to the consideration of Con- .I hundred troops, and about one hun had been barbarously massacred in

gresn, the Legislative Council are not in- Nov. 1827. House Representatives to examine dred army officers more than are required cold blood, and that the Foreign Am
\ .
!e'miMeof! the libeiality heretofore eitrnd- Lieut. Com- L.-n"u R U.S. 6'rAr. Grampus: into the Charges preferred by ,Mr
; as well as eight hundred bassadors had sought in the ;
} ell to the pen-do of Florida in the purchase SIR-My house takes this method Salle, against the official c-jnducl of : refuge ''"
of public lands, and make those suggestionswith of expressing; to yourself'and officers Judge Lipscomb.have made thousand dollars in specie. Their Russian ships lying off _the port. Wo '
I nfl deference and to a report, destination is unknown the have made minute '
possible respect their grateful sense of the the as utmost every inquiry respecting -
ofall the
promptitude acquiting Judge charges
the better judgment of that bony, anti secrecy is observed. It is the above and wo
and with supposed L report, J
alacrity which "
would remark thntsuch assistance was & exonerating him from all
beg leave to censure. \ that .
meditate have much
they an attack on Car- pleasure in stating that
graduation would" b"l'llmirfttll.calculat. so cheerfully given to Captain Warner Idem. ,

ed both to g'nrd the 'iterrt of the General ,-and without which aid the Mail The I thagcnu. we have every reason to beliovo it tui
remainder Stages.- Post Master ,
Government ant';\ nit to the From the Baltimore Qasetle. be utterly without foundation. It
of the
interest of Florida AS line would be no additional Cargo, the vessel, and General has ordered the Mail to bo American Property in Turkej.It .- therefore be regarded one 6t
mall I
etpenef 'ttndti:;'such graduation probability lives of the Cap carried in Stages from Milledgevilleto will afford some relief to the intense L those rumours which aro tho-

tint! !4Ir, urul />) w.'uch; too CTery one tain and crew might havo been sacri Tallahassee, iu Florida, It i$ un- 1 jgij;ihul. felt bjr American never-failiBg vague efojprinjs.[ of jraaJ pu''


t : i -- -k-



Iitic.I! events: liLr! th.it i.itely actc on 5. To Incorporate City of St. Augiu- yet perfectly tranquil, and, it is tote Savannah, Dec. 29. NOTICE.

tine.. h will remain ('4pmmtlflIca- Cotton.-Uplands h tve declined in
hoped, so. T
the waves ol till ISav.irino. j 6. To establish a Ferry across the App RTP5R3 of Adminiilntticfl on the

Orders were issued at Maiscilles, | lachicultt river, at or near she town of tSuns with the Foreign Ambassadors conseq-.ience: of the bit unfavorable JLA Estate of Jour M. GJ.TLS bte of

the Dili instant, that no merchantmm |I Aspaiaga. 1 1 have been extremely frequent since accounts from England, the week's the County of EJambia deceaiotd, -b1V.

on should! leave that (for AlexatHria. i 7. lo incorporate the Webbville Made the receipt of this news, and messengers transactions h.ive heen limited, the ing been granted lo the itucriber, by the
port |
I m y. innumerable are passing and re'I general prices 8 $ a 9-V very prime Hon. the County Court ot aid County, al
J To constitute new Counties out of the I persona who hare d rr.'n(11
: any against
after the usual houis of diplo- ) above our highest and inferior below
It that the Catalonian In- County Jefferson, and for other purposes. I passing the Estate of the deceased, are hereby

appears: has not been put down : matte business. It is the opinion of i our lowest quotations. called upon, to present them without delay ,

surrectam considerable) elfusion of blood. 9. Relative to the erection of Mills and the best informed English here, that f J/b6iYe, Jan 10.There is no ; and all p'rson owing any thing to
without :
MIlIe dlDi, and prescribing the duty of Mil all settled the in the notice and I said H-tate are to
of must .lUd will be to entire s change prices to we requested pay the some
400 the Hoyul; troops je
No 'es trrin I -
I. immediately, to
satisfaction; of the Allied Powers, continue the quotations of last week.
wounded in the off the N.
destjeuitelv 10. To provide for the laying J
fiir were of Ostel 1 Ainpums alone, besides E. quarter section 36. Township I, range and immediately.-Sunday Paper I iI There is but little prime in market; Charles D. Brodie,

number k.lied. General 1alld; \., and for other pui pO!t"S. ,ussia-The St. Petershurh Journal I and holders' ask a trifle higher for the Administrators

; a gre.t; 11. To establish a Ferry over the river : i inte: ior lots, but they have not been ;j Pen. > colat I6tiNOTICE.! Jut. 8.--.J--.at.. .
."'J..h,!C) I' actively: (1.aT(11I1 scouriiijihe l'- Appalachicoln. states, that, on the 26th Septem- --

cotintrv, but in man) t.fth'L 12.: To repeal 'he law regulating the pro- 1. her ((8th October) hst, a shower of met hy purcht l'rs.Sdle at 7 1-2 to ;; .

cliMikl* of upper C.itnlor.ia; ; the ..hU ('I'iillf4 in c.jitstructiiij 01 iepuimg paititlOtl ajolites: fell near MHostok, between 0; cents. | LlT '}: :S.f Administration on tlfe

,1 are air('.iV "Kiiiim.ni I ; to rt-i nut f'IIT! I nine and ten in the morning. The I j: Pensacola-- Price 'ate of re laic JOSH HO.MB PUR
: 13. An Eatrays. urrent.T2. Ki been
act respecting VK-, >q. having granted to the un-
PtTin They htt\e r(4 (;;* tI oideis ;; 14. lo amend an act dividing the Territ. i inhabitants were alarmed by an ex- -- - -- -- deisigi-td. the litfi the County Court
fi urn ,ibf'ir le.uiets, it appeal s, tOi i.c- (I ,. HI t Fl rita nuo tlniteen election di.- iraordinary, uoise, which proceeded .I Corrected weekl', for tIle ; tor the County of Kscamb-a ; all petsons;

main quietly in their houses until a ;I tr it::", i.nd .iovidng: fur tl.c election ofMem'er from a large black; cloud tint: hung j I I, ua c/te. : having demands againsi said Estate, arc

lrch campaign i is commenced.WWWW& < of the Lte'iilative! Council. I; over their-'heads, and. which continued Baggiug-Jard 23 to 28 cts. !! requested to present the sane iuimedi-
1 I
: 15. To exempt certain propmrfy from ex- for three (some six) minutes rl..lc Hope, lb. 10 to 16., I htely, and those indebted, arc desired to
edition and in this Ter; says
: attachment lttlry. i fi.itou 7tJfH" make to
: : { .r-r..' P.-j ,! It). To iinicnu an act to iucoiuorate the. r resembling a running_ tire of mu>k- i-I! i, bbl. 9 to Ii $ payment John

City of r.iildiuj.see.! ry. This: nose, which wa.s li-.ird by I: Butter Country lb. 13 to lt> us.rGUh Innerarity,
17. 'lo the Marshals of die Sf've- Adminjsraey'.
prcxent several at distances; of more I :rn 20 to 25 "
ral judicia: Distiicrsin: this leirhor ironitaking persons I IGlh Jan. 18J3
> .
j bet-5 \> 4X. II,. 2-2 to :.I" : -448t.NOTICE. .
th.in 14 wersts, u'as: succeeded immedintely -
; Grand and Petit Jurors from the
Cotion 7 -
I!I Upland to & cis.j
Cou..tifs in which they reside, under cer- by a shower of >tones, of:j C'.|iie/ii <. b,_ the bbl I H!h. 3.J .

t a.ti i CirCHU1taulCS. which only four vet t th 'I I.L persnn. interested the
}picked tip ; C oilt. 1' ime jreen, t 1\ the n Estate
.. I
------ '------- -1. ---- _.-- 1 larirest weijhed four poiinds: tin- ba-l!J' 16 to 18 cts. /\ of FPcnsacolfl R CHEBT.AVX, decea.l(

*- 3 C O1ii. J L1 1.LVCd T 10.fur .,\-. smaller three quarters of a pound. Corn by Hie: Cargo, bush. 7 I> cts. arc h- 'c')\ liU' fied th. t the unilt- '''led,

f'VTV pg & 111 -=---- --_-- C tirit.t->, lb. lr cts. CerkoftheC'ui'ourtwull! ; rx )'ficit

*** the t'tnsacola G 'elte. o C Iuce.e. Ib. 9 to 10 cts. ad :. n ::.en :Hd tj'at..,pursuant to .i or-

Mi. llcvT, In the LecisLit..iv of South Carolina Coin! Meal, bush. (none) IOU I d l'r 0 the H
1 Hi. l' '.isucold Gazette of the ::.. olNov. I. on the 13th Dec. a Ji (:lJssioll ol I Flojr, U tatcrn bbl. G $ 1 ( urt. M ( KUPPEU CI '.

; Ib27 was :hiS) morning hanaeu i.. me, ,, some lenjth took place in ivifinl to Northern G 75 i i by J. (.;. 1JR .:, J. Cfk.

--- - on t..e ,Lt Kings road. leading ironi Saint I I tilt' : { of Gin Holland Gdll. 1 25 to I .Si_) II j I'e-nsacola, 15th .ra'1tJar, 1828-t4tf.
'aipccichment: Judjre JAMES
rl lu.\Y. .I.l'HL :S.h. I Ibiir s I :\njti:nie to Jacksonville, Last ll londiiInitial I I,I ( ()t..Iuur. ,, 45 j

-- -_ .- paper,' 1 find *ome. remaiki relleCtuig -.! VII !P f>' with h.itiitn t1 inIrr.DcC'.1) GUI1;'iAier, Keg- 6 5U to 7 50 !! LAND AGENCY.r1pHK 11
t tfa/is Pcur.To the dUIIOt '.1 a roiuiautucatiuuvhic.t I I .. ili.it i 1 DIlb..
,11 t u t oiiaM'f.5, im- ''i r dCCJil- i.U-s. 9 cts. sub-'crbcrs hnve opened of2
.. .- .' pjjeared in > onr. over the .. an -
-' retmtly paper I 3rrn.
c Mitm on c.t'! he Si jio, :;o eilio-r cocidho II rice foIt.- purchase and sale of
54 lJdtlll e of X, Y, Z. With regard me I t l; 5 to f J ,
ailou.uctO.S. & I Lin-1
< therein I'm mp, : > ..
imputations contained a& ha :.tiiIkl) :. Yellow P:1.1. 1-J to |hi $
&: T M-OJ OAl S \ jll!! be r 'cene ;hey have a heainig on himself, X, Y. Z, committi-jl \1 idt( } in infi-.r. ; tha I i lit I t '".bl.: i" im- i 0 Ci> cu:>ic ft mer'y ou'I h t}c lpi"'tl by Col Perrault, at the?

; : ( ,.,,(. until thr 2U'.h d-v of Jauuiryrex' has nothing here to sty liiis is no place di\'iik"iniitv dl! : the e uno nh! -:" ;. ,.-. Ji-I I. ? or sales' oFreal
ll-f, \Jail h. ;\vrrnlaF.&Blikeleyla. J lie ha. tlieie: !.I;id in amount! that Lt. Anderson .'lIn!It s 2: $ to 6 PlJfC'AS esute, are
cial druiik-erntss, 'I'll' S-.i!., 1 ,
,1 ,11.1: requested to liatheir commands.
i l has iiittiiiiwilly wronged Mi.Ciien !. Leittsvt ';ipt-r. Sid. UO to 4j.. "'!*. '
: in stating mat ne was not in the ha-: tenfiperHm.( IUF &vie-i w ..<. ::1:111-1:: } 3-ial i'i. Z'& to ol ., | A long residence in the Territory of 1.;

the J-i1 'C be carr t'cl! once a U t-ek, uic.'w tnt ui" cla.jiny; oihoora ot tne army torclearing ted, hill it w.ix tf ii'cu :iar:; !; i-: ; I. :'.tc 'rd. \o. 1. bbl.! 8 fl i| Flu! :Ms, ha enabled Use subscribers to

jng- tIle {' rriers to fro and rfttirn m tfir--- taut thir jirivwie sorv.nts. X, r.Z, !' 'ted h.s Rilmini
(bv". Tlio) times arri\-al and depaituretof niJI; simply icniaik, that aucii: is not tae .I I i 5.. j ly ail the individual claims to IUM I I. ,,j rij*
O. ..il.iMh.ii': I it !
'C' f-scd i h y t'T' un'j 'rsj-npd.!; irfrt ; a* the whole t.f Ins argument wa intcnued ( : was edut" ) It!;I Molasse! *, Gal. 30 to S.;> ctg. I Ii district, as weliasto their titles. (::. :)!?,

: iVrscns miikinp Propo j1"sare required l to ptoxe, it sutii! weie the practice ; of!, ;ihit tl.-e) ((S1 .flOiV: C'PI'lthl'tt-\!. i: .NaiU, cut, II". !y fig. j! fjuali''es, and relat ve value And tbe in-

to >tate thrir "rirt'' by tl i e yetr : and toliifnlion tit1... Chcxv, (aid that sucn was, I linti I pi n\'c.d thJ'l tI.c ;H.tI..-I'11.1 ..< I hnnil'ur.k I \Yiouglit.: ,. IS} u -/l'flt i: cr?..si:; applications made, for informa-

\ 11t.ti r they "i si h' to carry the \j: the tejtiaunx- tJi; two iiglily: respl'ttaI: l oj-! I ujiiin tiLe Kench ; also, ill.it hi> Pitch i ith!il.! 4 $ I' ':on, from every part ofthf United states,

}iasl in H Carriage rr t!n Il'Tbtck: if ina j ti era ol the army,) tIt Itis Low !< ga! .' ;.W.I; w ( ha''Uul I! Pork, hi)!. 9 to 11 more especially, respecting sugar e-taias,
: :
; ; iiiijared; by siteru- ,
Cmi;: f.'e it ill !!" nocesary to mention and jtist. As l'\>pect the iiue.it sent iou tl. 'I l1tpper. I.l; a- cZs.11itatocs. has in-luced them to bsl rbe t/iat an ag.

the v.ze, i.r how many r.as-M'.
c''nvcni,*ntly rc"O't v-d ITt it. Martial or his country:' the nullior- ol thatir.ost 'lie q-josriou leiiLr; taken by ye-;>. j I Sect, biisb. 6 1 cis.i'iii. useful! to the public.

'.lie contntrt 'Iii he i in e\ery respectsabjict tfUiitt log '"l. tiulcnnit. :, ccniiiiu'ii- i ict I and na\s d! ere ap j [ e.irt-i! for .;np"-achfwDJ I- i III.! -1 BI All orJci-H directed to them, for copies
I ifl. i> J eov' aui I'; 'f't. of'o.trrevs ,
4It4MIg veil
Hi ., maps o-plans, as
to the rules as oUter -
legulaiirns: tinker j ; ; ; :'i lil.si' it U. e.inr.nu-- :
son v.UIN Ii. u.t about as in ucn. as IKp >,- i i i I nii-.Ii.
.( 11 5(1 6 information the aSove
to on
vl'iclMuil ('out!arts : ct stmject will be
tIC j
iisunl.'y maclt'.1'n t ,11.1.111 wliose i I! u Il'" \\\\:, accoidin I !lv npju/iued: |
proposals v iL be cr nsdert'Ji'hieh \ I'IIC inv peisoii, ;:ioranteof ; lopreprtf :: lIm. .JeWl. Jal. J 25 to j iO furnished without > :.LLetters, post
ccivl t iniliiarv! :,t" .awl prejudice ag\.i.is! j! !' ;:i tit It's of tmoaikiiei, ; : :, and toconduct \. E. tin. A't to 60flni ")'I.i. directed the Lam
art4 <: : : at ''s-s ('lficc prt'1,ie I Agency, St.
oiu little arnu' could make, i.1 a niumeui the : bofore eus. Mn citfl box 4 5 ,*
tt. :l-t .hu. onthich c.i\ tr' \ wd!! :)" : I pro>ecuron tl) itigusiine. will receive due attention
1 I 'i -li"'ve, that if v. "'s bth unrighteous} anJ I ,' Clo- m. 8
\\tr..ci to tlarPt .l Mast.-i (;.n.ral I '." lieue. tii'I ] to4.J JOIN L'.F.V1 LLViIS
; i l1''; t. 1 fjr an onivr :)f Uie at-my to jir- I Sugar, Nctt Oiu-ans./ MI (l-bls. y cts.ii WILLIAM H. SIMMONS
ltHI I flitS
: contrait lo io'l : ,
jo 'JD'r.L asproii .niiK' to >c**k ihtoi'i-i 11 the public pi nils, infc'.inatum Frm.i the Rt/eigfi IhOn Ji1cr. :). iii lihds. tt} to SiL FIt\\'viS.J.
.! -ItciMun oi I rTO.Dec .
(' Jll"lt 4t.v on; tin.-: pItJpdS!ti.e can I\-.bl be AiaMc a.ccrt.:11td. :- I and iniM.u-iiic touch:: .. uii:: I.b 1 i ,!his, 'riivil; .g,.s. I Frill.:'. hi:.' lit list \lt'. HBVjMi'delivoit'd ,,', .afuid Luniji 2U to 2lfit<. 27th, 1 J7.-- tf

I \ ; N-ctur' i in the Commou 31)1. !L1'e: { .1 1t
:i : ; ie'erences
h1 ii .<-. ;.s ti.l I9 %V1 t'i appears to be peifectU I I .-?alt, i i.. 4 'u.-h.. 1 bags, 3j to i:1- $ ;
-\v. ll St 1\ 1unt 1 xei! ;n fjii.nulcd! with the author of I > il ill' of I tilt \ apo: to a ve.-y I|I Bi! > = i'-l. 7" < isj Cut Jos. M. White,

X \ Z. ii: Ullh.'J.t icquests the h.,- I, I.1 mwded lId attentive i t!:Id t lur,11ft tli- i j i ears. :\;.;.! can M. 2 3t Dt'egaiefrom Florida: ,

1'Ist Master.Ornrc. i I nui ol bcinp j.iHced on the tme fuotii., I ,'uhject of tile Antarctic Llxptditluii.Veuere i t"I >..: .'nil), ? 12 to _0'. Mr. Henry S. Tanner, I'iiiUrielDhi: ,

l''T 'n/StlCflit:. / with ieiaid; to unseb. X. V, Z. : ,.: *3tccl, Gri;iiaii It). 17 rIt boctor Brush, New York
-1111 Dcr. jur-; a-7t 5 T--} conrliiuins 1"4'It'St cf 0 Ji.- aLove. i icunrI.iil'cl > '. utrn-e ii lly $ ;rpt ie'1 iu 'ie,; I I I row lev 13 to I ly 1% Hernard E. Bee, Charleston',

---- ...--------..----- ...--. ..- -- with.-Liliior Ptn. Gazac, : r'li'j. instead 01 i.n !inp'sii; theory, a I I I Blirerc\l I. 16 to Z-; Mr. JanesViMiams, Baltimo--.

S HlholU111"1' Eofi..1.1y A:e.it. 'I = I plain: sltiteniem( (facts; ynd deductions, [I I American ,, 6 to 1'J XO .

fur 'l.iFo : .,tlCn.itll JII Lau\ ;It..j\hl iu I To the Editors jf the National JnfJiigtnrfr.Ub'NTLr.MLN yicli} loft us Inn !itlu; reason to douh. !|! Tar, bbl. 3 ;$ .
1t'Od"a .-. on trie'-t iust :. isi th- Ship y' : You, no doubt, will I of I the prfictic.iinhiv} !; he project, and 'i I Tobacco, ('}iewi.- Common, Ib. 10 to 12 IS hereby given to all Creditors, Lcjra.
Jt11LIC1II' [ClIUt'\* l.jik. Thv nijiv heinn be ed it j I Cavendish, 30 to .,o tees and persons ent.tic to
dispos> to heat as jest, when she a Iv: if MICS! \\hjCii would accrue : drsiribu-
t'XIIt' r..J In. tiie licit tn i,al ti-om'; j! Tallow, I li.! 8 cts. I. .n, of the K3ieof JIIHM :
1 inform you that 1 have; devised a I from it. 'i'li" of ibis visit GA.rr.g -
lUdt.u.. object t was the
: j 1\\.lllskeJ.by, Gal. 32 to JosP's 11th of the County of Esc..mb.u: deceased .
\ meiiiod oi'mounting into and traversing to elint: an expression sentiment fj- t -- -.
{ tlat their claim; ?
anf dem.ivis aril! be
Lt ilntht Com'' !._We rive to lay thnpr L the air, iu the manner of birds, voraIu! to tiut.' ex'edofJ., !; A memorial I I -r- WI harretl at the exp.ration ot" two ._
ji'ecuuas ('our' J- ."!;tint' the 27th *TM yt-ars
JJ'C.. hen r ail;1 ivi-liaxfircuac-d.il. ,' lin :: without the use otio1uti1e gas. (though .. 10 Conirreks: in e.jtioi! to it.Va,:I I *,LSe= !. from the date of the Letters of Adm.nU- .

I:Lt- ifso:tjti >n uii S c 'ncol lr rii'.s! Jll'1i'IIt J that would add to ib u \f111nes s.) But signed by nearly all the membeis of!i \) ,n.or % ettii\i;;:: tra-.n; ; granted to the Subscriber, unless -.t
I unsure it is a fact and b'the t xhlbiteil viMj-n tha time, to V
j. 1 you -.he
Out & Ao%()cate {.f 5th in>>t. cn- Legislature. V
1'in- -( 'rnl of the L-w- euHcfed rf tbejr I application; of a device which is I fjini1 : 11.- From thr Albany Argus. i i E T'u..---- : Charles I). Brodie. ',;

4I11' c-bsini ar.il we '..nc Ko) (-ceili.r \ <- I.1 i liar :o almost one, the ver\
every .4dml'.I".attr.
cnduct.-\i'IU I Jan.
10) j Schr.
Two Si
"'I"] it ol lluCoiuinittev.. on that oft..e 1 ; I }par simplicity; ; of which has so long left i ii Jan. :858 -44_*t
Aciin" (.; j vcrirsiLr"! a en'lem; : < .iued in Fe=!rre rSt-u
C1\l'Iwr'o J Jr- ,l ;? .-t'h je- ;ti j de.tns. Cargo, corn, Thr Norfolk. fleraMvill! please:
I'ites ii tinI lorida mid < i l" J uiulioiiiiht of, and periups would n )iajj.un Mi-rrrtutile i iii the interior beef insert
"-t.igia "Uiuaiy pu-si-it! of P ; cvder. upples, &!. to order. the tbtegoing, once a we k, for the
litw: 'all of xvliirh >lu." apjjrj-r in utir iu-xi. !' Olcur to any one else ; on the ibis Stile, mt.tvth rt1ve: s.'C CLEARED.Jan. ot fiir ....k. space
P1 Hate !It-i tel s in tot 1M ti'at ;; l/ili 1 !.as hci'n : prnciple; that though one thoiis-UKJ: up
ill hiproperty, compounded wi h hi" Itith.( Schr. TWO
iUII'.IlI10 ; Sisters
J Dollars
i io1> oiline .i't'l rilul into Six dice be thrown all hc""ard.
.Itu'ic.al Ciicuifs. and to cr:Hni- Circuit niicht possibly at Ci editors, and w.is fully nud unronciit'onaliy I Pearce, \i'\\' 0 : 1t 'lJJs. Ualhl t.

4 Vuitb : hut it is en doiit.-tful whnheritvillljM i I.'one toss aces, yet it would be an appalling ; : discnar-jed, hy them. A few SAILED.Jan. TMX MV -.Y from theTweiityiive

!s Thomas Lall/eM r.scj lias b job to undertake the piod'iC-' ; I !9'ibscnber on h- cvii g*
fiiiippoaitcii j\s
: since, lie railed upon tham re- 10th.-U.; S. Timsport, Schr. ofthedtfi! m t.a Nt ro FellOW -
tosupfMiitcndihe the lion of such result. Not
of h
jirinJinp a ivini
; yet pei'ti\ty! several of whom esde; ill Flor.dd E. Uukcr : named F1EN .
.tt. : \ Illl' 1 1'ao be'n coining Ct'J. and, i itla I I j Nv'vOrleans.. -a > .u: 5
the method 1 shall
supposed, will be completed in two weeks on t this ciiy, and piid every fat tiling ol I -- --.: -- : f IV ct 9 inc'i :s hrghlit coIn -

after the ri.-eof tl,,' C uiici!."* Few I.nusof:; !; to secure mysdf due share ofem ijinnent i- the original debts, with interest to t th.s,1! 'uk ..\ yt'. tfo.. .' .. -- :-. ett 'Ierc_, ve"; 'ikf.y, iu 'linedOk cruseeXlnir.aion
much inn re..t b,> thereiron 1 slidll of l r.. .I. _.r' -, t. f4Y'.lr 'us rgJu while
:' en pa !?e amounriiirr near dol-j
ilirnP,PSMJ!, ait '!Revenue tiJlJIIt, h conceal: it until then, :s well HS tnv : LEON COUNTY I ,. akIl1K.; Hud on a jrtir of blue c'-th .
) J.i\> an ott tYioreftsx offin' d-nlxon, (1.I I for the : nre happy to add, that hs: I pa-.t..l oiiS it r d a UU\lsa: IJct :'(.'..Jnd.t'ut.Tilt" .
0I I intimation
identity : MtDOL1J
r\_ )1Iullcrf't1! llaruIIII oi' j'n-pnty initie I creditors! here .presented him with a: l"LtJIlIl.4.. al ov- reward wilt be paid u; ins delivery .

Tfiiitoithe. ;Pr\MciRn'j. Bill, and; oi i he mode( or c-xposure of myself L, ervice of silver plate as> a testimony to "ne, wttti all reusonab.4* expe.lt -

the bill to iiu'orpornte ttf 'J ullahassee Arid I would in t'uiec' I.uP, mo>t probably., the of their high r'gird for him TilE FLORIDA 110 TEL. -or if taicen tp atad.stance an I confined y,

Middle J Unida Canal Coupalllhf' Ixtfer abandoning ol it to the world: .My I I and their admiration personally .1' lIE Subscriber !liaving1 un- in jail s'. fiat I ;:ay get urn a ;.1IO;
of the
liad lIO.t i 4-Mi dl1l."II"lJf"l. It is thought' object now tii. clettaken the su;>erintrnd James \\ (Viburn.C'aibome.
: reque> j you .o publish exalted .
tiiut HUM Ii fjood Hill 1 Lt' ; this is partly to ghe several 8tb jail tSvS-4-1ti
t'cuiu-.i!,.I t :; !!! : pub- been
ipywi tex.vetiic CsSI ill.iranl governed. tablishment, for tht' cconfliudatufl
I... .. i --
K..JU.' ( irt.. allf1 1T1.<.'. niHiiy II St'fll I anieii lc authorities notice of i it, preparatory --_-_ -- of travellers and regular bu-ird I I !i43 't' Ld.

lme&i... The Baa. Hill ,tad azaiu been to its being offerted to their favor, ers, (recently occupied by Col P:1Hl&r.) I ,

stai'cd bin it U. *s $UPt.u-t-c{ i tl.at. if pafcoed and partly to prepare the public fir C'l: \ E tCl.\L.: most respectfully solicits the pAtrOn\ R \N AW \Y from t' subscriber's
I at Mount
llie CC
Iiy lncil. it ,
be camp
\\ cbjccttd lo L Meijjs Montgrjme
) of his friends and the puniic i'i
its development! within the ---- general ;
' the GoTemor.r.ircdi coming [ Alanam i Si
Acting county ( wit
ry ; Negroes, to rj
assuringtliem, that hit tar'le s.,ull De fm-i i
scar, and to release cogitators on the NEW-YORK, D ec. _CJ-, j i T-UCKNEli, five feet ten inches high
nished with! this I ;
as good a i ef.tou otllii
' fniin letttrt :o the Lt'itvr, dated subject from the pain of their studies : CottOll.-The i>ales since our last are afford, his bar with a f I dark complexion-large ttatllrt'a scar
fjT. AlM ll>,.. yC'ill D 'C' Uibf I lb'27 for about SIOOO bales country can rariety |: between the IJOe n,1 tl'
i hey may rest satisfied that this ; of these 450 bales ot choice liquors ; his sables: with good I I! -.tpper lip.
l" The
4.1I lUI't.f{ iS':*:dI Cane i is ht'cominp I MASON, five feet ten i.heh; h--
Gen tl tac object of desire is now attained. were New-Orleans old crop, at yj provender, together with an attentive
vrry ginti.il. Hernandez! who has a dark complexion sir projecting from
]. ;, ;;!it\1I this .\ miles south ..1 this place. Yours, &c. VOLKAL cts. lb. ash! ; New-Orleans n.w crop ostler. And if unlimited attention, combined the upper lip to the ri{ht cl.crkSTEPUKN. .

'ale iil.itr* 10 plar.t near'y' 30U acies the 10! a 123c, about 1 DO bales ; a lot of with moderate charges are sufficient not try hrk-five feet
<. i.unig >e."in. Fium 3(>0 of inducements, he at least cannot out
HCTCK cane. Alabama; and Tennessee nine inches high thin hair
PF.R old abuut
:l Jenr prt fit of at least i>ritiii thuns'tutt'ollars / \, CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. 27. crop, 9a confidently expect a share of public pa forehead the
full .
may \,f made. Thi i'o i is far hettft Contusion and dismay reign in all 9c Uplands new, yj a I02e, and tronage.j ,.
ELL five feet
luau. raJHi-c Iht finest of Sa l !t.l11d Cotton.*' quarters! of this city. A succession of a small lot of old at 8Thc- principal ( The Florida Hotel i is a large and high, brightmulattosptks eight and a half'inches

Busilt: is rathe li\-y| la-re our mar disasters has cased a display of rage business has been in old Cottons I commodious buildn beautifully situated and stammers a little. quick.
ket is lull M Yankte notions and the west side ot Government
"t'JI! on Square,
we inferior
and fear bordering on mania It quality, (or shipment. The TOBY five feet eight Inches lugn-
Oranges (I'g cht-ap. TIp: season i is delight Stotk and expressly calculated for a respectable .
ful ; \\e J.a\e 1'j'd froft but two mornings would appear by a despatch forwarded is at present light, but quite I'uL'lic House, being in an eligible dark complexion-stout and well :llade-

and! thenery li;ht." by the English Admiral to our Am- equal} to the limited demand. !situa' ion fur business, and i i.1 the imm di- back smooth an.! clear of curs
MOSES, fivt- feet six and half
bassador here, that the whole of the Augusta, Dec. 28.-Scarcely any ute vicinity of the principal roads leading high-dark a -nche
The Mohne! Mail Tuesday last to and from Tallahassee. complexion-several ige
brought Turco Egyptian fleet had been destroyed business in our market at the present gashes on the h.-ad--so-ueu.hat in
us paj ers fiom M,.b.lc to the lih.; and David B. Butler. years.
in the of IVivariii the time and it is difficult fix The jnove r w.rd' \Pt be
(rUD 't'-UI kans to the 7th inclusive ; and bay ou to upon the j; Ten fof

Lttu fu.m New-Orleans to the filh and 20iii iust.. and that the batteries of existing prices current Cotton, as Tallahassee De.. 6th.-44-k the apprehension tnd del vi rv of the said

Jittn Mobile and Blakeley to the 13th.: This that pout had been rendered useless. also several other articles of merchandize -- Negroes to me, a! Mou :" M .igs. Ala.

ic a s rear iripiotcintnt on tne Ibimer arim.gnntnl What is more, the Egyptian troopsare has depreciated in value since "FXD; Ilichard Legon.Dcember29ttS284th. .

th- b'eam Boat; and transportation we doubt not,of so the KOOII Mail as in a state of mutiny and starva- our last week's prices.-A sale of a A BRACELKT OF iOU) WIRE, '___u .

tiettrf"u ew-Oreait! and Mobile shall! be tion, wandering. overthe country, and small quantity of choice quality, was with a large GuLl Clasp. I Teu Dollars Howard. -

t permanently u--esiablihed, of which theieis being cut up in detail. This tragicalnews made on Wednesday, at 9 561. and Enquire at this Uliice.TYumias i! AWAY front the Subscriberou
row Jlr"O'r':4.I K\N
leans will a be lecoited. the hiiu mail from flUID N.w.Or- combined with the recent destructive yesterday a few purchases were made ''I : 9t!i i.-.s!.. my N"gro Man Slvet3I1'ti411. *
three ll.u
to 11 'lr. n
6,' tilt} I. fires seems to have paralyzed at S a 8.Clzarleztoit. ( 8, I .

IH toto the efforts ot the Turks espec'vluliy inturros.the (.i. nttemen
Dec. 29.The boH. i He had on, when he left house
my a
Li ,
/ of Acts passed t.Ihe Legi l"tire Council iu their uar department. All is of thil\ic'nityhathehaus.d up a of ;
at a oive!
days pair cojtrse co-ored
there has been
u I intervening a pm'aloonv
of I Ibiiua al very S1'Jp in City of PentacoUi for tbe
: litt >rttnt i
j xettvfli. I I stand still.
1. lo auend an net to juovide for the Troops and shipping, under i limited business done this week in Up- purpose of !,darouuid.a-buutofthe &a'!;e. He sa
$ !! i
orders have short, auilt fcJo n't muclj
.ipj-ointmeut : been countermanded lands ibove
ol hbciionecis and lo tleftqe i at a reduction on tbe prices of Hcoudng & Repairing
five feet
th.jrdntie$. and an Divan : Ir.gb : DOSt) I..CC, swd1t I. e i"
2. JUfpectinj the I I i tiered, extraordinary or- the last. The Liverpool buyers are Silk and Cloth Cio'.i.u:, ot c\er.. uescripr ; acrt i.c trout 1ef"th ; about 4U ytar o-l.
iieirs >f John Tanner deceased.belonging to the to assemble forthwith. Connected I not disposed to give above 9\ for selections tion. look awjty wrhhatcitet. t 1h& sho'-/. ai.d

3.: Antl.oiiziiig the Kxecniive 1: with these events, the Reis down to 9 a 9$ for (fair to His shop i* at the Corner or Government .

a ClrrU to appoint j I: E fiend t has been disgraced, and is in good ; lots the greater part of the sales anv Uail(n Streets, *her\' he \vdf 1 i i.e above 2e''at uf Tcn !)o ,* "-, will

". 'j tI jmnide l. confinement of be happy to receive the custov cf the : b* jjiven fur th rt."G\v ." aiii;
; prelude have ry o -
jf changing th? Venue in course, mado at 9J a 9$-a few favorite -
,CJt4d \4)" lio I Public iu the abuve lbe. blavt: by F. .\. :H: lA.-
j l de'capiuni'w. suburb i? asP branHi commands \ 0 cents. rcne401a. 17th .
l Jan. 182i.-l1----1\ ( .. 1 ha Jury Ftb, 1.2lS44tf'.



-- .. -:-- _, _
.". If_ -.- .. -. :-.,-. .. .
', ..
--- .. .
r- .-..-- __. _- u -' '_ ': -._ .> 4-." '.'. z'-. _, --, -. ---- ,-.

---- -
w1 -.

--1 .

.I tT "FLOllJt \. Collector's Sale. ', W. IIASELL HUNT i. A ll'G'IJ: I SEA-STORKS, &e.

VIi OF WEST FLORIDA ON Friday the 3th day of February, just received from Boston, and of : I wiU sell or exchange for THE Subscriber has just received per
HAS abeth from tw-Orlea.9.-alH
10 o'clock A. >1. I shall offer other that valuable
: its ne2.t for sale at low prices, an assortment property, .
EMBRACING Geography, Topo for sale at public Auction, at the ofBlank I, TWO sTOny liOUSK, has on hand from former importations.
:: with
an Appendix, Court House in this City, the following pleasantly situated on the Spring Road, Old I. P. Madeira, Cranberries,
its Laud Titles. &
treating Antiquities, property, or so much thereof as will satisfy Books Stationary ; l'cating to Cantonment Clinch. If sold, do. TcnerifFe, do. Jelly & JanvMedoc

and Canats.'l'OGF.T the Corporation. of Fensacola, for Taxes consisting of Ledgers, Journals Waste. Cash or good approved KcurtyviU be Claret of 1820, Piled Walnut. ..

F.1t WtTfl due thereon up to the 31st day of December I.etter, Cash, and Invoice Books, I1u- Jli A 3Fap ef West Florida 1827 ; unless the Tax s are paid Hi odin go. 1\ Q head (JrOOdStock.Cttle Leaf Lard in Tin Canuislers,

t I Exhibiting a Chart of the Coast, a Plan of to the subscriber before the day of sale, Ledgers, Journals, Waste, Day and ."! '. 1\. 3 00 Havannah Chocolate

th' together with all costs and charges..H. I Letter Books Leather Hack and Cor- I which will be sold low for do. I'reserves,
--: Cit of Tcusacola Simon, i Lot, No. 3, fronting Tax. nt-rs. I cash. Tusbroon and Tomatoes Ketchup,

Bay S9 45 Albums, Alphabets, Docket or Memorandum Tuscalousa Kyc Whiskey,
A. Bell
and the Harbour.
Entrance of Pensacola
J. tls1101 \0. 12 1 75 books Leather covers ; and small m. Flour, Bacon, Hams &c.
Dt JOHN JJlSl Lrt rc..ccicd WU.IIA.VV. *. f'i4icnbac,2 'lots, N"os32 33 I 40 Quarto Hlaak looks. Pcnsacola, 8t' Nov. 1827-34-Lit.hghest Persons wishing J\li k Syrup: and Portn.'
t srle bJ
Hunt John Donsldsoa. Jots, Nos ;oS :UOlill-nvdopln or Post Office 'I111LOJV BEES JV.L1' ble Soup, for a sea voyage. can be suf[,.
I.3 \ Haell 40 S7tt 93 104 20? 203 COJ3U4oU93l0511 Paper; Superfine Folio Post. Hlotting, I plied by appl Iflg to the subscriber, who
.: Pcnsncola, 8lh Jv>. 18.7 31J .I..1.. Drawing an.I Letter Paper, Foolscap Paper : # t\HE I price in cash, given for keeps a complete assortment *tf Sell .V*j: fat -t

1 ,: Shb'lCrlt) l ': J" rtc"I\ct t 3'j; 31B 319: J2((. arjK-ni lots, ruled and plain: ; bes Lead Pencils I the above articles, byJulius his lirick Store, Main street, in front C'

t'i rl'u. &: ) Forsytti. fnn No" Ni .i(; 7 3 10 U H 16 16171S2.i4243143657S.9 S:\ id Boxes \\OUIor japanned; Glass Pescay. the Public Square.

.. I t leans, & very forgo assortment ot GJV e 1751. Inks: StsaiKiNC Auzibert Dufresne, i lot No42 ..72LiUve Indelible ink liajrle! Laf..yette,
ties. lie offers in addition t.> his .ormt ; Pensacola, Dec. 7th, 1827 od \".
Fr. Stock:- ol cnalvrrt, 1 lot Xo 43 52- uihl Highlander IMayiiu' Cards ; Wank F. H. N1H1ET, .- 0
& Chxmpaigne Wine.; in flaskets oCt doz Cytale of Cunmiiugs, J lot No .14 SY.\ 1Fraz2cce I Card: *, Visiting r.Artls: Packet Hooks *id leave to inform his Friends and SUGAR JlOILERS.

each, warranted superior Casint:, i let 6J, & i I Wallets! Ifod Swims Vax and Wafers, I BKGS t..I. Customers, that (lie ha'ft.-
j' 7f do. Brandyof W20-) (oc18 1 0'') IJlack do. do. Engirt: and utch S.1tC9 ; COlIJl1&cllcellJusilil'SS at his Old Stand, 1tU subscriber has for sale, a few pair
FrauNc.4 Collates lot No 70 SiMahun 1b7. Sugar Boilers, as a sample: fiora th:
> I/e.
r Zante: Currants ) } 'C._& .____Pcns:1coh: .ha_ wit ere he has fov sale a very good assort-
: fonchong'lea! Paster i Ku Ao 74 5'') I i et (tf manufactory, and can supply any.quantity

l.runes.'t rJ fresh AlpJjont/o$ S-iiit'j: J list Xo 75 126" \\ 0 \\1) t Fit'sli If Seasonable Goods. to order. F. H. NISBKT.Pensacola :
I fft Raisin Domingo Torn ii ll'rdli, i lot Dec. 7th, 18,7.-JMfTO !
I ? ? this Office 1 i; _ _
Almonds; No81&1l\,2fl.: 3 75 I WILL receive i'rnpooalsat; I Receded l j the latest arrivals from New --- -- ----
,v.:. JJedoc Claret? of? 120Tusctloosa Joseptt Saul !iw..No 87.-lot 21 until the 1st of April[ next, toe supplyi.j York -&r.d tthiJadelr- 'vvrj or 1VXAGNOLIst.I .
: 1 lot 2jl, 1 lot 26J k h arpent ; wood for the usi of the Troops on 3,3J.iTid4 Point BIank s
T, Kye Whiskey UU&1'vcrG 2 .1' ins b\on. U nmsl be mcrchaiitab'le 7-4 and 8-4 f iriped Uuffield Blankets j rOTS in the new Town of Magnolia -
: Goshen I
ttt do. Cheese Butter J. Castillo, | lot Nu D.3, I lot 353 264'' Oak and oilier hard wood, and the Cord 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney dw offered for sale. This place Itituatexl
Marian 1 o be by mewlI'eJwnt: 4 fetl 2 inches 3 bales U 3 miles from Fort St. Marks on 0
CorttsJ lov NM 9J ,'iAntoniv 8. Drab
Beef in bbls. : o Flushings
for family use nigh; 8"t 4 j inches long, and the wood Blue and the St. Marks riveraiid 15 from TalUhaa
His black
With additional {lot y 93Jijin -3i imperial cloth, 'blue
an of Goods
supply Dry I lull four feet : To be deliver see. The river can be navigated to the?
1a cm in length. and mist
I lot c
MaJajjni-jx, !\ ill Ckssi.ncres
: Hani Glassware < J satinetts assorted .
ware, & Queens ware ; I ILtUf'ence ; Town by vessels drawing 8 teet water.
J Town of IVnsaco-
pace:1the ;
lli : at
Sold Luw for Cash. lot J 'o & Jot Xu 9r 4 12 tony super super and common fancy prints,
be wanted and thnwllemt'ln The situation is high, dry and healthy .
Wood 62 ic-et No 119 U, where it may ; at dimities; 7-8 and 4.4 Irish; linens Irish
:i I J. Pescay. and i arpent No 88 1 57. 1' C \ cortJed up by the Con- la-Ails ; dimities; super 6-4 fancy; ping t has two Sulphur Springs in the vicinity ,

t: __Pen ;2cota, Jan. 11th, 1823._ lde Tab, I ,ov Xo 121 1 4iTUeniMU tnctor himself, within conveiuenl di.>- hams white, yellow, red and 1 grcen flan- one of which is ouly 200 yard from this
: p. lii-- lyi'Ofr? LETTERS reiuaiu- Calderon, 1 lot No 122 40U" of Uie "iit 'r side at the usual laud oels ; black and colored bombazetts. Public Square. They arc lid to IJosgrt..at i
6i 1 lot No lo.] ii'g >>lacii ne. \\41' J is to be delivered at printed bombazetts medical qualities.
8 92 and
JI4 in the Post Office Pensa Salisbury flannel 0
i Jog For further information of
Term &c.
such time .AIIJ \Jch :.utittes as be ,
Diego Ssisasar qi may -
1 lot
Xo 123 & 1 spool cotton
; assorted cotton balls
: I cola on the 31st day of December tot No 151 2 45 (llrc';'el fron ?111-0! t-fiice. The customary Heavertecas, linen cambrics; cambric; apply to J. G. and N. Hamlen. Si. Marks,

i l :1827, which if not taken out within Heirs} of Dob panton % Jot Nu 128 I dtiivti} is $;<-it\ C'1 1>< per month from 1stNov hdkts; IJarogc hdktg; black Italian; or Augustus Steele, Tallahassee.St. .

: three months will be sent to the General k lot No J2D 1 1: \o 3l'; A;i"1.1, HIll half that quantity flounced robes ; gingham do, spider crape nets;, Marks 10th August, 1827-24-tf"

: Post Cilice as dead Letters.It Fanv Philins. 1 lot No 120 iI. I fr.>ai 1s liv; 1 ..? October Two J bids patent: threads: Jiussia diapers, j.lain and .I - -. -- -- -
.t __ ___ wdt bt (
J f
.Fr'a'-liifo r.revc--Kr < the best IMack-
; A.-j arr.es J. Anderson, icanuai Allis, ; L5tUoi' 3 jot r1 i 1 //aAnluiim ; 'r %urcd book muslins, Madras and IJrittarua NOTICE ..'
4 K t Jlathaniel: .\mory, It. Allston, Aioiuo P. Peres, lot No-132 .37j ;I I jack wood{ of - i. 1 Asquith. Aide TeiT.agro.ssa.. 1 lot No 153 521. I for such ok nr,
.t. B.-Uobert Dreen, Major Bouque1, Isaac Jose Fcn>2iidtfsf I lot No 1,58 TO 'common) to tile Hsnnuccks on the Hay half hose ; white and mixed worsted & in all anil my agent relati
I *( .tUorney matters: things e
H. Nudity:; Edward llrown, John ilraud, I'edro He'!!;:', 1 {lOt No 1G1 CJ i' IbIi_ {ntiir Sasatnis and Chincopin I lamb's wool do ; fine linen hose, ladies ; to the and for
.. rr Mathias Uegabey, James Hraley, John Maria Pncto, 1 lot No 1S.J 87| !1: xvcod WiU uotbe received lie firs' .-'; white an<) black cotton (10., lean, slate, !* at the Nary Yard.receiving pay
; Berry1i'hornwflarron.JotinUurn2. fly. M;nucl Srnu.s,; 1 lot No 18<> S7\ ]|i livery to be ready by tlu' 1!* <;\ May next and bUck wor.iied dc.. plain and camblet :

lb! ett 2. Franklin Buchanan: (r. Rudd.C. Estate of Jlym<;iics, h lot N'o 1SG o : Dmrl E. Burch cimk, furniture, check, bod-ticking, MIperliiie E. Montgomery.
-I -R .-Joseph E. Caro, Docl. Compton, Maria Mouton, i lot No IVJ 5U cotton, shirtings, i-il t cloths, black Mobile. 6th Sept. 18-7-COlfComfortable
I s J Benjamin Clements 2, John ClKUburn, J. Vicente O.-Josycity I lot No 21.V 171: .186t. Qr. .ifasa. bombazines, fancy belt ribbons, black and -. '
: Clay, Sainl. A. Carpenter, James H. Cobb, ifahe Lhid f-;, 11ut No 216 17 Assist-in; 1. Qu.iHrr Mast r'" ()f ce.1'ekstcI:1 l while satin and mantun do., 5.-4 Irish shirt- Boarding. :
7. r.ilward Catlctt Domingo Torn, 1 lot No 2 9 I : Dec. 5, 18i/- ot>-tL5 n-8-4 t1gnisk beaccommoda-
Campbell, Phillip Patrick < .1 ;; brown linens; super black Gentlemen cm 0
f Conley, Capt. Ct:4 ton 2, John U. lot No 263 I c?; and white plaid and striped Uuptiste I V1T.\V l ith day board, and two or three

f? Coxe, Danl. Colhns, Dominique Cerulo, i Philipc Pneto, 3 lot No 23H 1 40'D.eJfo 1)13Yi'OD printed >havrlsand lulkfs; printedVater- with llooui;, by;

Ji; lirnjamin Collier, Charles Chase, Josiah Qiimteni, hit 241 5J lt)<> shawl ,{.incy silk dresses, nuns thread I J Hn. Gamier,
".. Colston Estate of (;OU1t.I'.", i lot No :.1,> 87 At lin House of Mr. Peter Alba.IVnsacola .
:' I).-Duncan C. Douglass James G, Estate of Cluviier Villiers, 1 lot .,n' f'71 ;'t r inh'd: UUU clot-1, blue and red strouds ac L
'l'l t Ih 7th. 1..7! .-33-tfNOTICE.
f Drake, Buncos Disnrv No J-18 1 05 .4: i. j- I ALSO -
IS.-John Edgely. Lc\vis Uuiicun, 1 Jot No 261 7U( J J'jS I "HK 'iuoscribers: 1>ave opened in the 4 cases saddlery assorted 1 I I I ; -

tt F.-Augustin I'nreJohii Fisher, J. D. J.ouis: I'icrnas. 1 Jut N( 275 2 1 <) L j 8. <'iu fit New Orleans ; a ,iK-s-ji1c y cases lirewster'. bati, assorted qualities : .
f: Terris.G. A.iiunio Marruij, 1 lot No 281 2 la i j I Diy Guu.'ls listablKhnieut, where titcypio.1 fbUo\vin. Articles of Ordnance ;

e.1 .-Joab and "'m. Gaines; CctstinoGoizdez I Maria/I Muita, 1 lOt NJ3.j 1 .-0( t; hn.t' on t.I nInd\ uill constantlyA 5 trunks finereaOy made clothing : TK Ordnance Stores, the propertyof

< Samuel Grillin, Oliver S. Glis- lIeu ol( Crespo, 1 on No 281. OJOLIJ 'I kt ;} 12 trunks ladys and gentlemen boots the! U'f ted States will be oiVered for

f'rif- son, Caleb GuJley, S. C. Gist, John J \ IUS Mitchui, i lot Nu .:J3 J 4Jilde general anti Kxtensivc As- and shoe I I. sale at Pensacola. Florida, on tile lOUt

; (altcy.II. Laicisou, :Jot No _b'/ Children'and boys' slices, brogan, &c. Jrty of April, 1828 ; deliverable: to purchasers
t.t .-Joseph \V. Hall. Francis Hall, Eli- lot oJa, 11tlll\ ) J33, 1 lot Noo3l3lOoU portmcut: ; Soul leather, call! skilLs, shoe thread at the following places, vis. :
::: jab L. Harris, William Harper, Lent HI.Jlitchcock ::' 3 37? "hicli they In'! ::, ny tiLe Piece or Package 23 kegs Virginia tobacco ----
___J i.; Henry Haiback, Nicholas I Francisco Marahone, lot 2912 bJ I ou the i- iiberjiJ) rerais.Win. .5 troxcs fiiiperzor cavendish do POUlt ( t tOflD! \. CB.[ I P'1JIIIJr."l -

I hunter, James Harris, Tijuinas Hawkins Louis Doney, 1 lot No JUO 110 A. (J"itSf' net & f'o. Hardware &c. \-l'nJ J I\\"f'i-- -ht ';""
,1 I.-John 1 merarily 2, J. Ingraii.m. J. \ liU(/ Lcu'g-a, j lot Nuo-1- J Jxmdr j\n. L'hnlrtit Street. f 12 pdrs Iron Cannoli IOOt .1...

i. J -Jonn Jenkins; Charles Johusn.Chiles \,( ti'iMiiij.ijs, .. ,Jot 325 l'AMai I New Orleans, f'j.! Dec 1H27-.W --4tt Pen, pocket, sportsmen and desk I 5 6 u dit o. 6,5101t"COhi .S',
hi M. Joluson, <;tJa j evil.'e!' 1 lot N c, S29 15jarci.1 ,, knives ; knives .t forks, carvers, waiterstnd < 7', 4 "4 ditto. 3,54'Lto

K Harney Kelley, John Kechle.i jUS.l ( 1 fur( No 31iJ ot) 'lo 'lai1.U. t01.8 trays; Hen-mug's best needles, snuf. I 12" Caonades 1,800I.1l "j
V. -Mr. Lend mcn. U'm. K. I.atlimer, tUli ie G 'LOIj kt No 354 70 fers and trays, plated spurs speciacle-, 9 U fhtto. ; 3 l.
Sam) H. Leaycxvtff, Walter Lewis, Nelh ;site o 'Sa\ IIlS, 4 lot inarkrd I 70 ]tO'OALS tvilj b<; leceiveit at iln* carpenter's tools! shoemaker's and cur- i Tart.ir
t,,. LUCli. Jclr jf; 1{ CasnvivL-J lot do J 1 TO OiSce until the xOtli day of January I icr's do stock :cks, padlocks, shovels PfJ71t' Inrartfie

- F ).-Hev. Dr.JIaenhaut, James \I.-K'n- J John F;lcOlut; 1m* !;. 28 ,17 & next, incluMve, fo" a Contract to curry :nd tong s, kettles, sauce pant, cotton I r fl
i- na; Joseph I':. )Aiurrel Jamelllxwdl, 43 1 arjieiit -- 43, the MoiJ;! between I cards.' &c. &.c 0 .\(: ?-3 18.' dltlo.l1,40b\ : :

1'rancisco Moreno. S-tml Murcv\ Hichd.JI. J I Miguel Constance, 1 arpent No 31 17! !; Pensacola F. Blakeley .\ia. I "n %)tC. 7ili, 132r.-38-tf l'&rd. Tar- I! f'
: Call,Ja.lle John 11 Aitknts. 1 .J.0 bovofl'en. f ,
MClmley, )! Maul.ly arpent No 37 174
the Mul l 'o be carried lonci-u \\ eck I aliou- sacola.
1 : C. \\. Moore, William( Muvine, Ucr- John Davis, 3rpcI&1s Nn 6(5 Crf 68 -5l| log the Carriers to IU atid return in three iERS'ALMANAC Rut St.J

nard' J. Moeller 2, Uuvid 11. Morgan 2 Mr. Br.u1h I uipent No 69 17.Ji dJ}0. The times ot arrival and departureto I&t fIt'o.a )t "
; } -r'lifllolrcno.
( 1 du
No 70 17,
: N.-\lulcscnt Nicholson A. N'uncs 2 Ibnid I Rip ley, arpcnts No C2 83 Persons be fised niakMij by il;11c| undersigned.Propusals are requiredto FOIt (tind, 01'1'0t t J ;j24 p.ar U ; rn" Can!ontl-t,t\ 0
1/z .31IH
; P -D. It. W.Pitlmaii, Gcwge Plater, Joaeph Lstate ot )Molina do Noa b4 85 -.tu-tc tiicu (by the and to : ditto. ll..lOt'
;pncts '
year ;
Jane.i and 5G 5'2 Jlllrrallra I 2 12 ditto. 6UO(. ...
Piper, Patterson, Robert Pot- mention whttlitr they wish to carry theMail .
:: ler.ger 2, I'heo-.lorui Pac, Benj. Page. Cotbxant, 8OJ) arpcnls 3 50anCcUte in a Carnage or on horseback ; if in .828 !1tzrr of I _.

f U.-Ann Head, Stephen Kyan, Thomas \" pintado 19 arpentS 87i aCui'ViJije it will be necessary to mention l'emuclJlaj I. .'.1:
HoustonUobt. Undue, JohnT. Ritchie I John irahuin, 10 do 35 the size, ';r how many passeijjjers can be :1 I GJ2.: ptIr" -'It n. "_N'I f C-1)') :!
I;.. Jamea Robinson, Thos. U. Routes 2, I Wra.Vyatt 1 do 17 I conveuienily com eyed in it. ? I 21 U 'f ditto. ,1'2.t:: ( \ 0;:

Ciiarles 3 Ha 1'h"7.S.Wilham Col. KlIIg 16-jO do 3 50 '1 he contract will be in every respect JUST RECEIVED, :J! j$1 iIi II ". tlna. 3fl9 .'

tow, Jacque Sorbes, ManueL Chal'll''Hillin subject to the 'ules awl regulation under Awl FUR SAtfc AT THE I $' 1'2 U ditto. 24.(-)/) .. ,
Stephens Joseph: SjuiuciMonAndrew) which MM! Contracts; arc nstully made. PENSACOLA BOOKSTORE. J I It. 9" .c ditto, 32'jJr) tI

... Sheppurd, Duul. Sinji'-i1', Hart Sands. City Culkciorjvf( Ia27. No proposals u ill: be c. nsulered, which 3 .< 6'u "dlto.! 5.200( .' ,i.
I Pensacola 11 lri.J7: --.3-- it.COLUMMVN S ,1 1& "clltto SP4 '
Charlotte Sauveur Tlw.lIls1. Shields, Jaiuiary arc ot received tit this i jhee previous to ])DISSOLUTION.1HK ':- I S. ." f
"I IVrdinand Smith : 4 ::3' u chtto. 'JI
Ju-ncs F. Shenck 2, J 3O1)
the ilst Jan.: on winch day they will be n t of PiVL\T & T '-4
ItiilC.X IN1HAl\v. partnership csti- i 14" u I1or :
John I 5503
t. Speiden, James Shinier.T. 0 : forwarded
to the Post Master iieueral :
Timoth N ("1' Lj ; TONE, in consequence of tne death of -1 40 Inch. dlttu. 1200iJ
; TvvifJicil I
-, ) 2, Algernon S. 1
and tire contract TO iniottoetation us,
Mr. twshtOH
0 2 go James is dissolved ; all persons :i5 (l d J'i
2 Iron Swivels
S'Kruston G I!. J 600
> Tingle Timothy ,
o 5 hereb\ that he the
given, undersignedintends s' (hi8 Decision of the Post Master haviug1 claims against the late firm, ,
i TewlsburIlenr}' L. Thompson( John lo pay none ot the debt tuat lii-uer.il on the proposals"can be ascertaiued will present them to the! subscriber for d '. .Total weight; of (Iron Cannon 288,4. )
'C -
Tanner, Henry Uhacher J John A. Tur > ---:
jMiiy be contracted by any of the crew ot settlement and those "
: icy 2, C. R Thompson. persons indebted, : pdrs 'Brass (;
the Colombian Brig Indiana therefore 12i24 : 1.'i
; ; ; ;\11IU1\t wia come forward and make payment, 1 u mnon,13,90,
VLJ..Ilbaloun! I .
David Vestle- fiat persons crediting those sailors should : 2i I I l,24G -
as be
no indulgence
can given. -
ry, Pe'er V'antken.y. not expect payment but from the Debtor Post Master.IJST JAMES FINLAY. < 2P Tn. Uo'vitzcrs (10. 2,440 ;"
- I1 .-Madeline Ymti.IV. u ; 1\ 6 i u tlo. (10. ;
him>clf. OTFICE Pentacvla /J 41' 1-
- ,_ffr l Pen n.:01a, 20th. Nov. 1827.-3(5( -;f Lio( "
Wrn. C. \\ aittle 2. Henry Walker Iii niohs Vrguiza 4th Dec. J827-J8-7t 5 Mortars do. 3.163
2, Charles WayneVm.. Ward, Winfrey 0 NOTICE. Total weight of Brass Cannon 21.16G
I-Li ______j \ 'liulls, peter Wilkinson, William Win- i'cnsacols, Jan. 4, 1M27.--42-tf. .Master- Madeira Wines Cordials tifc. TTEHS of Administration, on the -" ___:- --- -- -- -: ::::
) nin One hundred and I O ( 200.000 Ihs Cannon Halls and shells :
- sixty two. ;
Improved C&IVED Schr. Orleans troin .A estate of Samuel li. Overtoil late of .;
Perpendicular per
c various
1) : I Calibres from 3 to
Pluhdelphia, the County Kscambi.i, deceased, having- ; I thirty-two 4
031A1LAIIRINGEIENT.. : l' 1) 10 cases superior Old London Particular been granted to Mrs. Margaret Ann Over- d 604 Musket Cartridge poumlcss Boxes ;)

Florida Mail. WE are tile authorized Agents of Madeira me. ton, by the Honorable County Court .. I 19 do do Box Hefts : i.
- Uencini. of North Jue every I uesd:y at 10 o'clock A. M. '- } -?
I to do all things' ; for Uthpose 10 *' Cherry Brandy Superior. against saiii estate, are requested -
necessary 4,900 Tubes
Departs same day at o'clock F. M.Jilakelcy pur- Priming J
of selling and conveying the right 20 h Cordials; firstquality assorted in to present the same for settlement, and I 1 000 Fusees }:'

Mail ; and pri\'ileg-e of constructing, building the cases 1 doz. each. those indebted, are requested to make 1 1,' 05 Port Files .j ff
Including Mobile audt'ae states of Louis unIt using\'itbin the TenitOi'f of FLoi.l.t, 10 C Wine Bitters. payment ROBERT MIrC U ELL, 1 Jack Screw
iana and .Iis is"'flpi. his improved Perpendicular Grist Jut, o Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. Attorney in fact for I I 3:15: SheetsofTint .JM

Due E\ery Tuesday al 1. o'clock M. for.Grinding Jtofor which he has obtained 3 Barrels Cherry IJounce. M. A. OVEKTQN, 2O(bO Ibs weight Scrap Iron. : J!
Departs every Friday at 12 o'clock MAll a Patent. 6 Half: iibls. Anniseed, Peppermint .i1i1ith&j8tit trzX.Pensacola I
} 0 Other Mails. I This mill is considered decidedly supe- and Cinnamon Cordials Km' 27th, 1827.-37-8t. T.nxsThe sales will be for CASK, .;.

- iui to any at present in use, from the For Sale byF. NSW: :STA LISHMl1NT. and the uiininium price of the l.rass Ord. .,"\'
DUE every Wednesday and Sunday at simplicity of its construction, the ease I nance is fixed at twenty-five cents per "',i'I
I-_ g o'clock P. M. with which it can be worked and the H.: Nislct.Pensacola The 'pound. For the Iron Cannon, Shot uiul \

.j Depart every Saturday and Tuesday quantity of meul ground. The various Dec. 20, 1827. Shells, fifteen dollars per ton. Owneri .'
at i past 8 o'clock.M.. inventions and Foundries the
alterations whic'.i: have in Northern States, can j
ri .Jost-0i\iee? llours.THe been made, in order to arrive at the simplest Thread Laces Lace Veils Eagle XRW* Tavern receive any information concerning tho ;Z 21i

Citizens of Pensacolaare and most valuable height, have all above mentioned articles, from Captain *iDANIEL ;
respect- tdlen t far short of the desired but .fc. E. Huncii .
: )' requested to take notice tlut object ; ANDTRAVELLER'S Assistant Quarter: Mater \,
ill the present instance, the inventor Subscriber has received U. S. Array, I'ensacola Florida
the Post Office will uniformly be closedon appears per REST. ; or j
to have acquired the desideratum, THE from from Lt. ISAAC A. ADAMS U.
Sunday 5 o'clock P. M. ; untc : Orleans Philadelphia, Subscriber informs the pub commanding J|
the tail,hould be delayed later than : so longsought after. and Mary Dennison frum New York, in fffitTHE that he has opened a house : S. Arsenal, Baton Houge, Louisiana. .'
.; the usual hour of arrival; in which case I The mill attached to a Cotton Gin, will addition to his former assortment Entertainment, :n the i Bawl' E. jBurcli
the Office will be grind from fitly to sixty bushels of corn a 1 box containing an elegant assortment ,
least :
kept house
04j open one formerly occupied by Maj. flail
day, and that too ofa of and Asst. Qr. Master,
superior grade Thread Laces black
Gimp ,
: }lour. The Mail, although not due until for that purpose, fronting the public
o'clock i'. M., usually arrives soon meal ; and the scarcity of mill streamsin and white Lace Veils, plain and figured square, which he haa fitted up in a con- Isaac A. Atlams,
.' enough to be opened by 3 o'clock, so that the country,and the great labor suffered 4-4 Gimp. laces, &c. all of the newest puteras. venient manner for the reception of tra. 1st. Lt. on Ordnance services 0
in ise operation ot hand nulls, renders I .
___ : ALSO,
the Office it> usually two h.urs. and others. His
open it the vellers table will alwaysbe Pensacola, 21st Nov. 1827.
j: The Post Mater therefore requests, that this more important to the people ot Super super 4.4 white gauze flannels supplied with the best which themarket : -- .___
those who with to enquire for letters on Territory ladies super white cotton hose, gentle- can afford and his bar with the
that day, will send or call before o'clock! The p.ice for aright to construct one men's cravats black silk htvlkfs, !i.e linen best of liquors. No exertion will be NOTICE.I .

And that he may be enabled to close the; of these Mills,, is twenty dollars, and one shirts, gentlemen's brown and white wanting on the part of the proprietor, hereby given, that at the ensuing
Office at that time. of them can be made at a trifling expense tinen glovea fancy prints, striped and to render general satisfaction to those I January Term of the Honurable, tb>

The Post Office it open on other days when compared with the advantages checked grass muslins. ; who may favor him with their County Court for the County of Icani.

from breakfast time until d&rk.; except resulting from the use of them. 4 trunks gentlemen's oots,shoes, brogans I His stables are well calculated for company.a number bia, accounts and vouchers will be presented
from 1 to 3 o'clock and during the time Application to be made to the subscribers and pumps, of very superior'quality of horses-and a good and attentive and application made for a fiiu!
91 perng: or closing the Mail and those who purchase will be furnished and hdies morocco walking shoes. Oilier will at all times be at hand. i settlement of the estate of Dr. Jair.cs C.
with particulars in full 7 bales 3-4 and 4-4 brown shirtings. I Broneugh, deceased. %.

4 w ., lnBelllUlt, L. & JM. A. Aunistcad.Jit 1 case low priced clothing can Families accommodated or Gentlemen with who private may wish a. I Ewd. I,. Drake, Atty.

7 Post Master, TaUa/uusee or .ispalagat F. H. Nisbet. put: nents. GEO. FISHER. l for GEO. WALTON AdnVr.

. .- .. I' :t.' / 5 ft January, l Pnuco, l c. 15th, 1.43m, Pcnscol Dec 20tb; 1827-4Q-If Tallahassee, Dec* 15-1. -If; rensacol.1, No,.. 5th, ig---i'; .

4 e -
_0 ___ -- --- -0