Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: February 8, 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.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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I FCBLJSHKU W joKLY, BT i 1 r! See. 4. Be it further enacted, That': Sec. 21. lie! if.further enaclrd, Thatthe maybe verified! bv a resort to the Nation' Aid. They travelled; together,.on .their

1 BUNT & TARDZrr, :;;! the rotinty courts of Jackson county, i iI" County Taxes shill be collected al I Illte lIi pncer. In the course of thai journey- to Washington City in the rat! of1S21.

I' shall hen-after be holden the in the and bv the conversation, Mr. Barbour states that he in a letter from Gen
fi.b.isfiL r//At Li-nnj 11,1 niie-L-i .[ale, ., at }place; same manner, ; same Jackson to
-.. (lUluftlac Ts.rrti: r y nf Florida.SubicivirJUN !i: appointed I by law in said county, 011' persons as the Territorial Taxes are expre..ed hunsel! in the event of the Mr Eaton which i9 contained in the 66lh
contest bSng 'narrowed down to Mr. of the
-V ,- and Ocher collected.
.sj f .i I tys April 1 :1 Vlams and (Jen. J irkson, in favor of MrAllans. he stiteptli.t; Gen. Call was with liim or.
I sear
\101..II '. \natter venr 1 50 | -n ('ich ;and a t''rv'ear.. Sec. 22 Be it further enacted, Thatit t an.t11'1 ('i ty expressed a coincidence that journey and he refers to him ascorrohopAtinir -

:6 :i, to.1 &ii!.<>rr>[,tor.< payable; ui-uuvanceAI I I Sec. j. Be it further enacted, That 1 shi'll= be the duty of the several m igistratos of opinion." r I h-i own mcmo-v. relative to ft

;! '\ ..f 1U1N(.- i.veij advciusemenl I: the county courts of Gadsden county, Ii I. within their respective C ounI It will he recollected! that Gen. Lafayette : traovictU'M: : it Washingoil; (Pennsylvama
*>1 tfi1 ., :ltn of one column; and measuimg I i shall hereafter be bolden at the seat I ties, to meet at each term of the Couu- was in U'isii'igton! during the g-rc. t- ) It is prFs'iaiuMe! that the election.!
man twelve !l.m's ol this firsi I I : er part of the *.>-ion of the PresidentialKlectuir. with its and
tint 1101 nrosr"
type ; hopes must have
S. of justice of said on the second ::I Courtstor the of transacting -
., ., county purpose H," mentioned the lv
its: rtion one ilujiur. each weekly continu- >object tome frequent ; 'mfa subject of
Mondays of January and July i iI r County business two of whom with liU ? cnnversa
ante lifty cents ; longer and wider ones at ( Chirac-rut:ictlelir-iC y.: W th- : tmn on fie JOl- t'" It can scarcely
t..a ,, tnr same rate. Knit- and figure work, I.I lit each and every year. j ji shall, in conjunction, with the judge oi out -ivk'; .% t > inHueii"** mv vote, or rninitesting I. doubted tint! Gen.
double price bur tiie ihst insertion. Ad- i i Sec. 6. Bt' further enacted That .I tile County Court, form a quorum : 'ie least di' 1 i titi;. iiM.'nts will be tastefully' displaced, i in the election, he nrvule: simple inquiryor : lo'1it a t
the county courts of Leon county, I Provided, also, that the County busi- U.1M lt Kooicville, in Marybot -
; nccoitiinc to tile nature of them, and will me, which 1 t 1 Iv..1 ''
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q'litt' .
sure wa. prompted : f :-.e'1 miM from this
shall hereafter be holden at the cityof shall he commenced ifter the civil City.
ta. ;, l.-f lH ;-ure !I.... i \\hfii iit.eil.il at intervals: ihat is. not inrt. I Tallahassee I on the thIrd Mondays 'business of said County sht.llllJe dis-I' tiling rh tt C--IC-.TIS tie: velf.re o.' yevera'' ()'iti'r gnti .'nen.y enppge'l in

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, ., I laM iii-crlion ) c.icn, in
' I I Iv a- a 11,'" :Hl\c'ttl Cllll.'lIitlOUllt. for !I Sec. S Be further enacted, That ': That the County Court of Dtivil pas-ed. between us on tt, \t .T'.O,f. iK.I'--h h -n", n wh'. i understand is a
auvfn .in ui: .sv 'n 'leniatid. .
pay-- > < 1 Hesavs : HiesT-d I hive 'nc'cll.nt ., ..
t\ I as \ !f-t-n ; f
,, iib will l made with the county courts Madison: county, County shall have to such I : t; :zt r. i'e-tthility) wai
s ; ,a j -ral ti.nt.-aci" l'c I power pass with the welco.v.e, and co-'< .,.. .. it i i. r' a..l''i +ethu
sU; when
!:'1 i Shaw WIMM II to a.hcni1 l 1\ the ,v ai. I 1 I i hall hereafter! be gulden at the {pi ice I II I. rules and regulations; providing; for ''he. my happy lot to he. .,t'm. I Iconfi.let.ce ,*," wl.i 'Ii M:. Cnv W t il! pro'jibly the
All C' niiiiiTiications: addressed u \\ 1j I I law the second of the of Jacksonville givewii
of all i--t
fJL appointed t by on police town par1 or j IE" 1''; : spoken c\ Gea C ,( nectar' that
II.'i .!t Laiiur will :
1 L ;> r, promptly attended Mondays of April and October in the County seat t for the above irmifd in every party w'.rh"f, II UMd{ at.: '? i thr fi; 1LI' of Her.Tarksnn did not et't
fJ : I each: and every Year. County I as to them -ivy appear ioo.J: feelrgsvhich I IH-I-' ,,- ', I'y rcinrocute I p-" M.-. (Cuv; tn vrte for him, and 1 ;rhc

I:2 Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, Tint and wholesome:: : Prou.Je.l b.nvever, 1 evc-r h'I IM -.t iMvttf( i dd; so, it .you'd be an act of duplicity onfr
,. To the Pudlic.IV. i bound tu n-., I t\k"i.' ; a.ly M- I'h! : hh part
12. I I3t1 *!Lr.LIit' r to \, taken hi! ? hrofh I: the county court ol Hamilton county, That said Court shall, not have po *-- cal I or pers'.r.al' i .I"iv'si ,. _I .I,,-.I ,.'" I' ,r "_ ." "'l'reu. .
I .,' in-'' M 1 HLK 1 .\iiii r into partner- i shall hereafter bw ho Wen at the f place er to levy anv ad-Ji'ional tax on lilt ttioug.u inati: th'.- m .'T-- my: influence Pubic; o-i the: eighteenth of J'jly fist,

: : Ililtit'" !) 4f't 11111.: i ii.u'i: : :;: lii.'Hiesi.iisaC'da : appointed: by law; ou the fourth Mondays inhabitants of said Uwn ; and provided could be of a',\ av .:'t.! it should! beoiclv touching I h'\ ;7rcvirii st stitt-men to Mr.'

TJ tltl' '' (.' i.etfami i ',"<--t l'j ii riJ.1 ; of April and October in each I also, that a iWi ion he prev..nted I ; t-xerle I to ilrr-n' itr. 't)t', }) far. !He"erlv.n I c('n,numcatini" the mime ofPS.inin

..h'rtI"II! tr tuiuietc pud.u-d.! and I and "car. to said Court by thee Free-hold! the free, Kepubic.ini! Mii! di..dssi-Mi l'Jr.I I a; the gntiemin who bore
.J ii,e Itii.ute> 'tit" cviitlinMetl.iK; ; )iit r ndetti. 'I every ot prircilfs[ and ci..tJi-.lat->, but t'"? j i: tie? irr i:.YO'\I"\' nver'ure. he Rays, "the on-'
1:1J untie! :.hf- fit; < lglI'I' Sec. 10.. Be further enacted, That ers of said place, regiiating [requesting : invui-nus s'ai.ierni.ic'n. aUhou: ?h tNev !: trin-.Ja t ,. b..; i1ni'l.r of ths; matter was at

: \V\v\it aiuTArilvff.: 1 County Courts Alachua. County, ] their t interference: I are baulk repelled l,y the c'oj S'j.-s-; .1! -o. ho-j e :trl? fire-side i ; where su'en't '

'Il1 \ shall hereafter be holden at the place Passed, January 1,:In, 1 *2. the candor, u>-{l in domestic iustanctv I.II\ .i .-,",. -nntpermitted to sneak

1rI7 :c.i chfci {> trill l It o made ill the tliintial :;; :appointed by law, on the second :Mon- JN. L. DO (; ( >< t: rz, I bv tile h..IcH'Y, .it the .A rl"'j..t'l : :mt>m t-i l-e! Paper, .11,1 the LII"illt!3 te'id. abroad in.nnecand !: : "
people, to give t., ft'n 'Irlr') -"T drs'gni. Fro n this
of March and October in each President] of the Council.A. .
(tia\s Leguiaiive
4-oudu. &iiuiittiruiv.
(Il 'v tri jt> ill ie- Y 1.1'1.* : .
I i i i
.Lt': di-spanigin.: ; r.lJF'e..OI1J t.'e net tine (,'r nf, ; ence is, that Gpn
aj.-t.""" v lit.; o'Ierea ItP| .tnllc. i and every year.Sec. 1 IhI.L.DIY, CI n wlfic'' I Wit d.! .
line of coid: 'ict troni ru: ..V-j" i in"n I. *o "- er t'> t' he had never
21S. T.>- ,';Jill's t'i; the! C.tzttUill continue at I I Ir.'h 11. Be it further enacted, Tint Approved, J imiarv iGtli: 1S23. viate, except in "mnii'ient: case: ;, no*." on 1! I, ) P so k'"> of hi{ ic chrxrjr* against me.
H.t. adtahrr.I +t ,
.c.t, ;'h'.U'iv.Jl"i 1'1.lIlt' 111 the County Courts of Duval County, w.i. M. :,icCAurv, of the! question, d I >cs nut it ,ply -t 'r I '. 'e """.'' .1. r'5 it a. ..- I' I. J I I r.ei'at .v I'i exin l *. t".1
.i ,.. sit ill hereafter be holden! at Jacksonville Acting Governor of Florida. fnhicss of facts, norrd'l! f.'tite ->v ;c. ;,p ; at ?h:* nvt fi-c-side : thatmv
grit: 'i tilt{ .Cv >"u <' WIln'> and a"i a .
"ion.l I\'. n-ip.em: jrarcr: c-r..::i.I r '. .
I occ' My ;! r 't t" ,I tl, 1'27 'v'n. according'r
17 mud the first Mondays ot'M I "
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\-t'ln It nt'llll <> >c< ti .uniuiis to on ay I t
I 1'iis tu.tt m ; j k ., .
withour point
o'vn on Of
I H hpt.I cnnhpa
';,, ,' 'at.II:'iment-, lit" ..ill.,', itic CuI and Oc'ober in each and l' r e 1 .r a \
.rii"'li : : \ 1'1''\ \ 1 .
every 0.1
.. f fd.t year. h \' latter end,! of December, e"ih'-r; tiet'ir.after ., of \.l!hi4h i there were n-) leas than se-
arm -iu.-.u ;.i 't"! ?uuit: propvr tiK'jicuc.rarHlh lime ...fMit I Sec. 12. Be it further enacted, That I i I m> visit tonmnoli-.. \ on bet i !; <>'-' 1 Virginians; he proclaimed! I a r cusi-
i- "i ,ltlllt.lt Uir : V"1
'k" it an ji.i" 'n l
",.,, : the County Courts of Nassau Couut of the Presidential Cant; ,ilatttr, c.: at-- ,-i the
--t- ,-( 1 iIJII.;. tJ..t.. .. ;)iiiliia>n;:l aiiianta; i it l l\u. ..1'S. tnr: The ohlicrat'on: ; to o'jvrve
sii.ll hereafter be olden the having exoif.i-.ed my ujov :m- nt'onedrolives : ; of honor and to speak with
?*', > -u ,*4'ItJ'I"h"'I'f"rehu ft mil: she .\ ; at ( / I : I I Y\ pl s ,
'.i.t-\ aetfzt: in ni\ nice or within: ,*odd place :appointed b)\ law, on the second ( 'olrlwlcd.fmnJ ) I j : of t'uruer.lllce.l I. of a ; '" r'taulons ve"'c.tv of.all m-l1. and esoe-
\ "; (Ji'-ui' Ui- Ctllllllltt'dllcnt of script'.L.-: .. v. ul tlC'Iti.'t" Gazette; MIKK= ofr MMiuaof( : May and October in each I :and(on several other occa -iol.., 1 !It nd long put a simple uiiquaifitvl! l question respecting t hv time or p'ace. The domestic fireside

I :.! A..E. wliica trill Ijtpaid by tae 1'l ,hliiies and evety 1 year. I and unreserved, conversations with Mr..Johnston ; \ourelectior.eering gu-b, and] t h*; no rivii'"re which exempts man of
Sec. Be if further enacted That Senator from Loim'una: to an intended vote Your al\ "'-r
13. v.as.
Ij at the tune <-i 1 :::a.ui.j! thtm :-liusii : I your honor from the force of that obligation.
j j equivalent :o a -edut mn of lifiy tat the County Courts, of Sr. John's account of which, as giwn in Ins letter, i that i in your opinion the actual state of: I IOn the contrary there, more than in any

I i tent- tear.ttt ub!cnbeiin Uie 'IViiittnyu sis.dl hereaficr be holden at I invite particular attentiun. The first I| health of Mr. Crawford had limited: the n' -rnl t e in the midst of one'* fanu'y,
1 ( Florid"z. or .-ui ol i:. wjilinne timidied! : was on the Saturday or Sunday bet.'re the i.,| contest to a choice: between Mr! Atim: ;ho" ':1nmnV* he exhibited: of truth, of
inilc-, of Pnha, !!: or sexentv-eiuht cents : the city of St Aujjnsmie; on the second commencement of Congress in !\:!.. and and Gen. Jackson that a claim founded cha-;ty aril '1f k-ndness; tow-\r our fellow -

j tl) *MUScribci bet .,1 d that uisiancc. and out ;, Mondays of Apiil and October after I had seen Mr. Crawford. 1 .-' .'cJ on military achievements lid not rpeelourprcfe.ence. m(n11 the snToundin circtimstince -

of the\ Teniioiy.I' i i in each and every year.Sec. t-) 'lr. .Jcl1I! ton thut: notwtthstan'h' : g" ail \ and that you had cmcl.ideil tern to soothe the vindictive pas-:

l. 1 0111 anti\ after tit, d tte. paper will not 14. Be it further enacted, That I had heard, I had no idea of his ;jttiu! to vote for Mr. \ I K-ns. Such Ira- ;i vn.i'vl' l f ia"tilra'em .rI r ation. Whe-

I i bo sent more ti,an nine'} days 10 an\' p"-ronwno !. the COl1l1tCourts of County condition) : and that it was oat of tilt q ution '- bi-s.-n, if not the liter ,Vv>rding, at I last t eTthp] ;' orv'-l;lar e" "f the domestic circle
f fails toieintt either the Cash hi? I Mosquito to think of making bin Tic dt-nt. the precise senseot a -conversato; which Inn'1.-r"1 K'n-1-.ed by Gen. Jackson ornot.

I IJr (.*.. bill J,)r thfainotuit of suii "Tipti
,!.._. *;''Sofai otiwris will be s.itU.. fi.n; i I place!; appointed bylaw, on she second( of '-r. Adams and l;en. J.IC k..n n, ;" curs farther 'l\llll'i! to ke p a secret W"!'.Me-pp.: The a.tit'ide in which! ne

)' jail; 11-'. a. a ts:: "-1.%S? fxenstf to the I'nldi-h- : Mond.i\b of April and October in and after drawing p-ir.itel! between while a recollecti of it to as.Ut your; I "'nerd h.rn-e the! American people an'l

. (,'c. I: each and ; them I coc'uicd: by {-LtrPSi't pret'trer.ce : m inert I shtnM' not :10.- deny not only th. ,':h.,i-..;'Tv.j "II t l.,tlon:: ;ht t..t r'n him ?: me,
,. I Ii ,nis' tht. flPW r<* uavioii, tin; L n- every ye.ir.S wiled I
7ia e ? AIIHITIwhich! :
: prin-
for ;
. enacted That Mr. to } -ui as mv friend, but to any man ii: a one rq;,',t !h.t" c11nns'd, would prompt
ll!-ikntd l It.! that tilt'' ar* nt in tiaoacr I -c. lj. e further ; on' Ins ta'.crus'! and experience inc s."iilo.r '
r'.p-ilh: situation. of tie! de-
1"tati. : tfR'" the greatest!
t11 j, ( l"j.iuti n % ralualiic.. ;por-on; cftt.eati!: | -n- ; the Counu. Courts of Monroe County :\ il flair After the return of the ,i Gen. L +fa., die u-ts not able! to sfite I lic' 'l'H < he pact. d it ? If indeed,
. I np w nin' i .Ic !L. t-tofoTf l.rrnStettl'd: \ to I! ,<;haU hereafter be bolden at the I.sl- votts of ouisiaRa, and after the resulu' w'.fi: ubs.jlute! ptecision; the date of tile in m ii't fnr Ted -noment of hilarity, a-
; oftVnre
;tits: j the tiartt; : -, .in t.tt.th'v11 civi' w'll be t and of Key West, on the second tions of the General sernb'y' of Kentucky conversation' between us, mir 'an t unuertake mi'l is "'n\;"jl) frifiids, in h-5 own domi"1. -
i of Mirlll
j to f.f 1I"f: -it\
liO oilr- ,
November in wxre recelve 1. Mr Joitnston; t..hsmy tw specify the day, althoug'\ I retain touched subi
tJr- ; to the It1itt'1S : Monday: *, of May and : he l.1 l uncautiou a -
fIU.lI1tlif.r u,11\ : ntt'lt'IICC '
I adherence to that preference. He :i a perfect recollection of the c')' ver mi rht have beet
"y'elir \ :lIi. n.t t !il'rlii! nccrh"I.. h'tnalnu each and every year.Sec. ".hat tact I ict. resnecting which ho
rat> f..tlb- i concludes b> observi iij no ovrcan sation. It was, he s.i) s, 'in the biter endot prescribe himself the most
their ecpc'to
"ir itaudii.jrihe I 16. Be it further enacted That that co.lllln the 1 1
e to mv knowletlgc December either before or at'ter mvi find
u"l1 ,hnt"rc I profound silence he might possibly ,
li -centK! "lalt-.t l titat
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cL .itfttbrfr.-trtc tu Sit tuiii i: ,' It'I' I the! criminal causes; which sh-tll be sl ghtest degree justify the charge WHiCh I i visit to Annapolis, you being ou' cf the not any just.fication; but soma excuse for

fire DC f .F'-' \;h''i ;'.ti niiiif' jn.i re thick: he t'l-iwri-' ; pending I in the said County Courts, his been t-xhib. ed. On.lid the contrary' 1 :!j Presulential' Cantlil ture" lie left \{.15:1.: his indiscretion; in the public libe-:: lity.

i'a4.1I4. t-JOI.fa< \,-wn ipr) iie.-.l :-thev. are o- I sh.iil; be transtened, by the Clf-ik ,of know that jour opinion not uudcrgci ington on the 16th for Vnnapolis, and re- Rut what -nist he the general l surprise
MIMI i., hl l i.papr anil to pa* woikmrnt said the 1 I any change trom the time I sale ) ou turned on the 21st. See National Intel- I w hen the fart turns out to bp, that the
I next SuperiorCourt
ell Courts, to t 1011 your return \\aslnngtun, that is, hgencer.] If the conversation took phc\ ; of this matter
<' "'*|>jjiv HI..I' vk tu dn not pa, ;is\ as l origin-tie! be /innin;
lor his County or Judicial Dis-; I prior to tile meeting of tohhr3.: During before that excursion it live beenon
1.h> : th.i'i hod'i ; and iii.' tornit-r are theref I with {t'n. .f ick:on, was not, asbe'alleges.
i .Y <,t.(- an e\j> -ure .i'tlll't a SIIPl'ort.-lf iI'tuper tttct ; an.i j the same trial shall be had ;; tie present summer, t\\J :enliemen or pn:>r, to the Itth of December i"n Much! 18 7. hat at least twa years he-

h.". rafi'tt be '.,tainfd !ri'tifmi'l sub- ; thereon .is though the same had originated in the Sate Mississippi voluntarily told But he says that I was out of the "Presi i I j fore ; not, as In also alleges, at his ovruj

azli: tatiiit'l I3ttrin, the nf/II'r 'its Pullht'r' <; 'i in s.iid Superior i Court. Mr. Johnston that they lieani me express dentlal Candidature Whether I !tOlt.lbe 'I'j fir side: but in public planes, on the high

;b\l jije uwntc t't tn't" !f, crt. I :m.I'; <. enabN-d. (II, ;'i-ailtl-,1:11',1: tiie: .busilir I Sec. 1 7. Be it further enacted, That Lexmjtjn, before 1 left home for \Vashiirgton. ascertained until the vote of Louisiana J 1 host I have expected to receive testimony

-3.. j :-. t. ave tt! m:t'v! ,-< fi ..in niiii.ii I all pka"! pl.nji-, I processes and other I, was known.-Rumours had reached this to establ'sh.the fact, of his prornuJjatmg -
\\ I'thc'e* i.itMil.c. and with n full!) con ; proceedings; which 1! been commences Although not immediately connectedwith city of the i issue ol it, previous to the 20ti! Sii* charge on all those various ocrMS'ons. -

- Titirn'! tithe (ii>po.ili.. ol the I ruldic! tci iif of slid.Jtie.Courts under I the main objec; of this address, I of the month ; but the first certain inte! ; d'lnng hs journey on his return

. Sisjij-ort; ttif !I., i'..i<. jl.i f,,i/'-ii** and 'Ve.tFlorida I = any and{ think} it proper to refer to :i :earl of Mr. ligence of it ws brought here by Mr from (fn res'4, in March, 1825. At pre. '1

olh. .A.Ht rti'ser. wrsi! ciMiductcd! on the ;any l l.\v of tins Territory, are I Johnston's letter, as sustaining two several Senator Bouli ny on the 20th, acror.lmi' ,; sen*. I have only o tai'ted i it in part.:

C i. ?:Uir, principle- and, uir'!: the ;.inie nnxionif now 1 ptudiuirand undetermined: ; therein I statements made by .ne on turner occasions to his r coll-ctl"n"-f1 .el. Laf.\ ette'>; ':. Daniel} Large test fies that! on

S .tl irf to rivf j >ali"(ac'"oii. a s tieretofore, ; hall be }prosecuted to jiual j judgment : I stated, in my A.mressto my return troin Annnpolis, the probability: is my way down the Ohio from Wheeling;

;hag.Ztlt- ihe riider.i iiMi: <'d snlnnit trie fore;'o'mt: I in! the -ume: manner at ihe t I con st'ltUnts, that, if I had rec'I'ellIu: I that the subject of the Presi-i-Jcnti F.feo- fo ncinnati; "n fie month of March

llt.ici \\al! be tnrfl\ .idl'ex-d. ubovementioned if the same 1 1"I te of Lol: ian' anl be :n ice of the ion was the common tonic of conversation 1325. ou hoard the steamboat General
Jt Hunt.J I trtin, as lUrnel,1! had rcz.u'yeti, information had then 1 r
Mllacll[ the three Candidates r : as just reached JCeviile.:! among many other passengers,
htit bud been commenced since passage at the time wren there was every [-robabilstx the City Iron Louisiana. I called to sec were G.:n. Jackson and a number of gentlemn -

tint Peter anlill'. of this ;act. ; t/fmy receiving it, that I would not I him immediately nfter his return, and, as ; from Pennsylvania, some of whom y

Ilia3ses I 1:.'. Fthrufirv, 1 t''JH.I I Sec. JS. Bt further cnaelcd, That ; allow my name, in consequence of the it had: been very confidently expuc'ed-hat i remarkto the General that they re-
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: ; ---- -,-JW30-- ----- for small number of votes by ** h'c'i' it would I would receive the vote of Louisiana' it I i retard that IIP had not been elected
all and of acts piovidin
,J I I a"'S of Florida.OTI ; I acts u parts ; I be carried into the House if I were returned i is quite !likely i that it wa on that occasion President instead of Mr. Adams. Gctu

1kc ---- --- holding (County' Courts in this T rri-; f to constitute: an obstac'e' to an I that he held te! c-mversatio'i: with me. I Jackson replied! that if he would have:

rt6, ... .' ton and >o much of "an act to a- : election, Mr. Johnston sale : "You replied This would {fix the day to have been p'ior I i ma'Te the sine promises and offers to Mr.CU .
". i
tiii ,.. ." .-." '....' ., -"_' -, .6 mend an act establishing County that you wou.d not permit the country to to Christina?. Hut whatever w:s t'e actual I \., t th! .t Mr. Viams had done, he (Gen.
-wrj '.,:,"., .\....: .....tyv J' ,. ...-;-. ..-I-. .4", -" Courts! in this Territory, approved be disturbed a da\ on > our account ; that day, there can be no doubt that it Jacksonvonld then, in that: case, have
.c,1 .r .' "- to the you would not a'low' our name to interfere was before the memorable I interview: between been in the Prrsidentinl chair, but he
,. : 1 January: 20th 1827, as gives
j -. --- '\ 'H' / .: [ be and with the prompt decision of the Gen Jackson and Mr. IJuchanan. ttn idmak-! ) pro ni,c to any ; that if he
Yt same criminal jurisdiction, que Iion'" 1 statedat Noble's Inn, near Here, then, is an unbroken chain of testimony I went to the p(
afl.1ti' the same; are hereby, repealed : but Lexington, last summer, that I had requested commencing early in Octob. r, ;o with clean hands and uncontrolled by

eIIt1- 1 I ?! | !{?.yt all suits and actions commenced under I, a Senator, when my nomination 1824 and extending t-) nearly the enJ of I any one.:"

i :-J" <.. tfiHe,! WXz. any of said acts, shall be valid in as Secretary of State was acted upon, to the year; establishing, beyond all controversy -I To this statement, Mr William Crosdel!,

1a ij j .. law; as though the same had commenced move a Committee of Inquiry, if it should my fixed and unwavering decisionnot I who was present, subjoins a certificatethat
. appear to him necessary. Mr. Johnston to vote for Gen. Jackson. This (Purpose i "it is a faithful, account of Gen. Jacksoil's -
Al'TIfORITY. aOerthe of this act
KY passage says : "After your nomination was con, u deliberately manifested at different conversation '>n the occasion alluded
- AnAftti alur jmd! ,'n .:i.e the times ol Sec. 19. Be it further enacted, That firmed, you informed me that you had re- periods, in different places, and to. I to." Both of those gentlemen. I have

holdii.j: ; C tlltCurb.aud- lor other pur- he said County Courts shall have quested Gen. Harrison to move for a Committee distinguished individuals who would hive been informed, are respectable citizens

Inr I t..*".. to tax free people of color, in m the Senate, if any thing occur been the last in society that I should have 1 Philadelp 1 1I ,i.. '
lU3. lie it t.mlr.nl by the Governor l I. power red to make it necessary. 1 replied thatI thought of deceiving. This testimony I have understood, that to the Rev.
such as
}:. Ltzislti'iKc Council aft/if Territoryo7ur.Va muuev or labor, to an did not think any thing had occurred to stands unopposed, and with truth cannotbe J And"ew'yhe, Major Davis and others

oatl, j T 11.11 till COlin i 'i Court I| to said County Courts may appear a require ;>. Committee on }'\'ur pa!t." opposed, by a solitary indl\ iJua1.- ., in Washington, in Pennsylvania, on one

:Ohl. cit L,r.ii.ha 'tit nay' shall liereaftei. '1 reasonable equivalent for the nonpayment Mr. Rouligny, the other Senator from There doe not exist human being, and occasion ; at a ta'lien.1t1elit Alexandria,

be t for' I!(! of other taxes, ,or non-per-{ Louisiana, between whom and myself a if the dead could be recalled, one could i in the same count), on another ; at
be luililfii at t itr se.t; ol f justice j 'j i formnnce of other duties imposed by friendly intimacy has eXIsted throughout not be summoned from ihe grave, who i llrownsville ; at Cincinnati ; tit Loais-
.ndltle said 1 C oui.ty: on the first Mondays]f. !! the white inhabitants of this our acquaintance, makes a statement, could trulY testify that 1 ever expressed I yule ; & at Rowling Green, Kentucky, ia

, :plll .ll1l.j October in each and every law upon wincH is worthy of peculiar notice lie or ever intimated the remotest intention a Tavern < Gen. Jackson made; similar assertions.

.fl ? t Territory. bore to me the first authentic information to vote for Gen. Jackson, m any contingency Should the additional proof

year.Sec. 2. He it further fnaclcd. Thai Sec. 20. Be further enacted, That which I receivedof the vote of Louisiana, I whatever. As to him, m> mimi : expected arrive, it shall be presented to**
Courts of the respective and consequently of my exclusion from was never fora moment in doubt or diffi the Public. Whether such was the design :
, the l Couiiy! Ct i ti.ol \\ .III otl County,,I !:: the County the House. A-idyet, in our first interview i culty. And whatever personal predilection -, or not,Gen. Jackson appears to have
. .shall heixauer lo: iiohlen at the seal t. Counties shall have 1 power to levy in answer to an inquiry which he i 1 might have entertained: for Mr. proclaimed Ins accusation, at such convenient -

- ol ji..t5re for sai-l; County' on the se-''I and assess a County Tax for County made, 1 told him, without hesitation, Crawford, of whose state of health there and separated: pints, as would insure -

IIc (:urJd! Momiiysot( I Apiil i and Octoberin purposes : Provided, such Tax shall "that I shoud vote for Mr Adams in preference were such opposite representations in the 1 its general circulation. We have the

each and 'y"r. not: exceed seventy-fire per cent on to Gen. Jackson/* .I public prints, when I saw him myself: testimony of to.n. Duft'Ureeu, (which is

I i That [ the amount of the hole TerritorialTax With the present Secretary of War I there was no alternative in my judgment at least admissable on such an oce .* on)
.. .Ser. f. lit it further enacted, such Courts had conversed in the early part of the I but that which I embraced. t have that he personalty knew of ( en. JacKzioh'.Lspeaiig

tin foiiarv: courts of Washington ; and), provided, Session of 1824-5, on returning from a : reason to believe that Gen. Jackson -ml to the sane effect as early as

rouuty, shiill hf-reafier bt' holdeu at shall! have no power to assess a Poll dinner at the Columbia College, at whichwe his friends cherished no expectation that Marcii 16J5.

- th,; seal of justice for said county, on I Tax on white people ; and, provided, both were, in company with Gen. Lafayette : I would vote tor him. Gen. Call, the Thus it appears that, In March 18-5, at ,

. t1 fourth of April and that they shall have no power to assessa and others. The dy of the dinner then Delegate from Florida, was his ar v:ri'ius places, to the prescacor many

':1. .1*u:-lobur} ( :ii each Mondays and every year. 1 Tax ln neut caUf'! was the I5\h of Decccpbsr, which j deut %nd iaugiate frie.nd, and ha been his I personal Geu. JiLekionuok. upon htr


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':.t> toptf'sent ihit Mr- JMIS hail made I|I'i'j'jilfers very striking, nn.l proves that it had a cthrr, the ..rt.l1nt rrprrscnfntKc! *, all of j people; !(.volvcil on me was pain fu that Territory ; which, on motionr of,'

to mr, and that if he hail made similar common ori"ill.Ir.. Kremer says, "0%er- whom, according to In) recollection, boanledatMrs I and| ) perilous and .1 anticipated: that it Mr. Bentou, was ordered to lie ou the

proposals, he, and not MrAdams, tuies weir said to rwve been made to the Claxtou's, on Cltl'ilullliU, gave was impossible for me, whatever table, and be printed.
friends of Clay offering him the appointment a dinner to which we were both invited, and
Tvould) have been elected President.Vith j take The bill to increase the pay 01'the.-
of Secretary of State for his aid lo at which J nlneltuer11': Senator White, I cour=<; I should to escape ren-

\ what truth then can he assert, as he elect Mr. Allams:" ('ii. Jackson sv *, then acting as a CouiiiusioiICi undei the 1 slotid. LuI.t'. I roufr-.s that tho measure has Lieutenants of'time Navy, who havw

has\vas done two that the afterwards"origin"at of his Iris charge 44 lie [Mr. Uurhanan] said he had been I' ., treaty, 0 lid i-tiiers v.tie present. I I i irinrendedaU( I expectation, if it I he not served ten years: and upwards, as

years own firej j iifoi med by the I'H'-mls of Mr. Clay, that We there niet exchanged ialutanoiis, and | that such taken and alier somu ;
11 has been : was up ;
side ? Or that he has not Jttme into the unexampled. : SHMI ,
(the friends of Mr. Adams had made OTertuies dined IOZl'I lcr. I rpt-red f&o" Ihe ,
highways and market place"' to proclaim to them tyiig, if _" lr. Clay und his early and was followed to ihe d-, tLIlt'm f !: nv' opinion was early and deiiberati-- discussion was postponed until to-

his opinions ,friends would unite in aid of the election ofIr. G cu'o Jackton nd Mr. Eaton, who' insisted |I) formed, under circumstances, whore IJhH row.

Whilst he has made no protesrnpainst AdamsIr.. Clay should be SccrctaijofStnl on my taking a seat i; tutu carnage. l\i no personal motive could have swayed The Bill to abolish Imprisonment

nny benefit which might accrue to himself .'* The \anations between ode \ itla them and was set down at own
{ \ other my : that i it was, adhered to with- for Debt, was read a third time ; and
from the dissemination of such a charge I I afh'l ds invited Gen. me ;
pans ufthetwolettets arc not greater tlmn lodgings. was wal hy j jJafkMMi
against me, he is extremely desirous not !iifien occur in di1rer cot nanalivts of the to dine with him where I met lout deviation ; and that it was avowed ou the question, shall the Bill pass f

to be considered as my public accuser. :same conversation. I h/y are not so yreatas with Mr. ,\da"Ir.. Cal llt'I... Mr. Sou t h.- I1III and ag.iin, not to one or two I the .yeas and. nays were called for.

He "has indeed not appeared before a those which exist in the accounts wlurhG aid and many other gi ullemcii( chietly j but I | to many; persons, not in obscurity \ oas-Messrs. Benton, Berricn,

l;M\lu.1 jury to support a bill of ind-ctment: n Jackson has IriiiKclf given, at different inembeis of Cnn reo.. He ako' dined, in i|, but standing high in th e public estimation Roiiliguy;, Branch, Chambers, Eaton, i .
against me. Neither flid be aTmign me,, times, of the same transaction. ThIs" III company with littein or eighteen inembeis ,
vhf-n. ac* "'g under the oath of a Senator be manifest ftom a comparison of Mr.Beverly's of t Cu .grc'ss. at my lodgings ant we fre- and i in my own. Not a pir-: Foot, Harrison, Hendricks, Johnson i iof

nf the' I'niU-d States: V p.is"el upon my report of I he conversation, at qiienlly hut III the cntiise of the winter, aln.iv !- tide of opposing testimony has been Ky. Johnston of td. Kane, King,

Humiliation. Hu if he csn be regardedas 1 the Heimitagp, contained in Ins FIIJ t'lIe- s respectfully: addre ;mg each other. or, with truth, can be adduced. I have McKinley, McLaue, Mucon, Murks; ,
villc letter of the 8th Match last with Gon. JnU Ilt'foIlc I Keuuirky the SUCCPCing !-
a public *CCt1e" who, on numerousoccasion indeed derived consolation!t from the Parris, Rid cley, S-mford( Silsbi o,
individuals .hcl sou" statement of tho same conversalion i fall (Nov I lb'2-lt: .> proceed to Washington
to paititular amidst all the Smith of \1d" Van Bureu Williaim
reflection that .
penurbulion ;
I ,
well SB bcTore crowds of people in publicas in his letter to :Beverly of the ritli i aiopo-t rrnt-hed: Lexington that f
another of June Speaking; of this lelli-i Mr Beverly Gen. Jackson intended to take that place I of the limes ; no man has been I Woodbury-25.
as private pUcea.ch&rges
with a polilical offence, Gen. Jackson I says (in his INter to N. Zane, l'-.q.) ri his unite to the c.ty. Our Oicndly in- .I yet found haidy l enough to sisMjrt, that: f \ays"'jll-'ir Barton Bateman.o ; ,
that General Jackson "assorts a eat deal I ler uiM* having; l len n stored i.i the inn ii;
unites the double character of my pnbhcI gi ; I ovor sigun i lied a purpose of voting: Roll, Chandler, Clrtso, Cobb, Dick-
[ : more than he ever told mo. in'r 3tal.-",1 .N as ;cry. end private accuser. With him [ From Ihe intimacy which exMedbetween ainve.. )psior: to my ilepanuie f0in home, for G CIl. Jackson. J t has been 5,'cnthat I erson, Ellis, Knight, :\ >ble, Ilohbins,
been reluctantly compelled to believe General Jack on and \1 h. Citon. and UIMU I that 1 might oli'r to Mini the hospitahly: ol Si.) far as any advances wl're' lluggles, S'-vmour, Smith of Soath '
accusation Whether from an
honest originated -of tht of the fact. slated by l them both, of the k \\.,- InlwlI I', and! Irst he mi ht misintiipiPttl made; they proceeded from tire sic h! I I I CarolinaV'hitc, and \Villuy-1<>.

misconception purport ledge whicn eat: h'jiossessea of:lr. Kuch.ui- h&' inolivt. of my dcjiaiinse. if it pioj :
:il". Buchanan's! interview with him, t of (Jen Jackson. After our meeting!: i house of Representatives.Thursday .
an's coinmnnicdtion. it cunnot be rensona-11 j I, code llll is .u rival.j I In Ibis temper of mind, I'
(which no one can doubt was the source I at Lebanon, ayes mi lit have rolled Jan.
Wy doubted if Mi. Katon: pn'pared11" 1: I think it qaite possi'ilf' that I may have 17th.

of the calamny) or from the design of l KremPi's letter that Gen Ja kson was ac- ":.1 l that I if I oat been awaie of his aw iy, and, if we both continued to | Mr. Isncks, from the Committee

promoting lus own interests the injiryto ; I quaiu"'c1 with tlii fact. It is worthy of i,ii-iiiiou lii uass that wav, I would have live, I never would have sought the : the Public! Lands bill
on reported a
me has been the same. The Public:; j particular () ,SCFVt ion thai up to this day, I wr t..11 tll l hiu i: \\ 1t'11 I intended to set out, rene\v..l of I intercourse with him. ,I.
(as 1 certainlv had) prior t') th last Sum- j I as far as I am informed, : .. Kinner lias I It' nnd irgod imn tl: reach LpxintrJon btfore 1si.tiial any j i to authorize those !persons who have

Xner, supposed that the charge originatedxvith most carefully conceaicd the source wi.cuc :j I : on mv OilrlltV. I reilamly never When he cilne to the Senate ; and]' : relinquished lauds, under the several .

)1r. George Kremer's letter to the t' he derived the tateUlents contained in his' nmii'iijd.i; I Iravl'mg: n company with I at the commencement, of the next session provision* of the acts for die relief ofpurrhaseis !

Columbian Oboener. But recent disclo famous letter: l.itn. ill"il..: sonu- tisnbflore m-i-it: all 1 my of Congress, the system of operation I of the public land to-

Mires of Genera! Jackson and Me parti2ins i- The rancor of party spirit spares noth niia'ig-('iTS ("oi thjoiinipy: with th.; grim decided on, in inspect to my ,

satisfactorily establish that, although ing. It pervades, it penetiates ewer), I'einn i n'10 H't'IIDI'llJir"l 11alld, hiving of purchase the saute at private sale, at ,

the sternness of Mr Kremer's patriotism whcr(. It does not scruple t.> violate tin- .kermihl' .iji'}n n i-nre d 't1.'ieml frolI the friends and me, WHS one courteous a fixed price, which was twico real !

prompted him to cry aloud and spare < sanctity of social and private illh'rC'"lrS-! il.e: 1lIId out1' -, hiLI:1S: t.iUen: hv. Gen. and assiduous attention. From that, and committed.

not" he; must' be stripped of the borrowed It substitutes for facts dark sunuis anri: Jackson h Ins liorj aflirmed that i wrote the transition was to a scheme of intimidation Ou motion of AViim': of Florida :

merit ;; which iii I- malevolent I,insinuations.II mi icpievents i"> him expifssi:1 i. :.1 vvjsh to arcornpjny' of which Mr Kramer's let. -
flfoflgmfd "fffMton .
r- "". lIun I I 0' I .r_ :. ...1.. ..,! iiivi'inous' hg his. I him 10 the iVy /{ \ 'l.hi"wn. and his ci i.I"IH' i- it wasHcsohf.d 1
be transferred to a more distinguished incidents, perfectly) harmless ill themselves would s< r.n to iwjiJv an 'leijiiipacPiicein ; ter, j is only H small part of the evidence Tint the Committee on

personage. A brief sumaary of iitconte ordinary occnt ience, ir of more common I!fir cnneciupss ol the st a temnen!, if itwere I Intimidation of a representative Commerce be instructed

tible facts will evince the justness of thisobservation. I civility. More than once in these atjifated 1 net put forward on his Mirtrestion. I of tht- people in the discharge of I to inquire o .
times has into the exuedioncy tins
unsutperlinif mill innocent cveination -)n H am qiulp *ne that I Jilt not at hat period: a s-jl-'.n.i tra t 'That is the last rebuilding
It was the policy with which the politicalcamnaign % h'h; 1 have itelil with an individual [- write him a l/'Mer of hit It"'CI ip1 iou, hut ifI > day Custom i House: ; in Sf. Augustine, awl j

was conducted in the Winter and whichl never entertaiur-i; th F. I dnl( I lu-re ''xpiPss nr entire ss enl to the of the Republic on which such meansshall ; of selling that on the public square in

1824-25, by the for'eso1 The Gen. in the slightest suspicion was to be the text of pnbicili'.n! of that 01 any other letter adJressed ; be successfully employed and I Pensacol i and erecting another I

first instance to practice str'ahprn w'nh newspaper a imadversion I beei publitiu'dwitn i I to him by nH. i I do not believe : publicly sanctioned. Finding me immoveable ou

my friends & me.. Accordingly the arts of scandalous Iwr'ic'r'illl1' in tho public: did.I b.- 'tIl"1 I do notthuik thnt there WHS by flattery or tear, tL! 1 I-1st: the lot reserved for tint purpose' ( bythe
piinti, and 'ipplied nlimont for IWtJiorllalAI 1 rime af'ei I heat ii Spanish Government and
persuasion !* flattery.were of kis hilentinit to come by ai} I
employed. Hut
has been crush
critic.sm. to me by steadyand
as I did not hasten "to give in adhesion Tae: intercourse and lelationsbetween I I ?W" L.' iagtoTl. for a lr-ttcr fre'PI1lte to rearh act of Congress.
my G-'ii. .Ja chcun; and nuself] havi> unprecedented calumny.; Whether -
and remained mOat mysteriously si i. an anj er to be leturned, ; Resolred, That the said Commit-
furnished a copious theme of def action Itut I before 'iiis final aim shall he crowned I
lent in other words had was rc'qni..ile to commence tJOllrwY1 hi! ; :
not convertedmyself J ( ) -. lIlalioll. These teinaiks tee be further instructed to inquire
into a hoi-.terous and il'PmHlc pnneln'il ittenriai on mparI wtli! success or Hot depends! the Ii
ofUen Jacki it / .dolli partizan I in ju:tiric.'iiioii of lie allusion uii;: >-<: I I i iteel !Ijin: iio'ssary as lo the presiding: oiHcerf : : } upon into the expediency!: of providing} for
>on, became n"cessary i iu.i-llrjence I of tho American people.
to cbnnge that constrained to make to a subject'! "'}':ch I ,1 t ;I nr-i I IIns" I 11 f *.ti rim a If tier had htvn (;is the sale of the public lots in St. Augustine
and -
pcliry, to substitute
intimuUtmn for I although there is nothing- appertaining to mll1 nn.tp-ig.ipdly( it mght have (jemll.)) I m ko no pppc.dto; their sympathy.' and Pciisacola
blandishment. for
Mr. Kre- it lint I can di' mir ( %ifjny thi.isf more; mt ringhy only stern j justice.
presented himself a fit agent in can ocruM-jn me aiy regiet s.l.oiild nevei the the expenses of the same and for re- f
ol t11111
this spirit no-lilily J It truth has not lost force
new work. lie be i : reason I
was ardent (ouchiMf
impelled \\iih-.Mir the! most III the !iiirm.r dIll Court ll .
gent lIeu \maiiinijip ii.f"ieici-s f vv loch havei I E tn-ioc in said n t
ft} :t blind and infuriate ze&l and irre.fipouMble.and its SW 1V. and the fountains of justice I ;
SltyHllild not now refer to it, if I hialnot '!U.-en Ira \\011 t"i .ii n IMAI ..slOlI'd f.trt. 'V zen tieused by the United Stales :

_: i posses-ied! at least the faculvficueniiion. I too much '<'0'lI<
Ly 0 ctamorous ins letter i il not puunptetl( I, \erv p reiiIUSrehil'teiIt.thtlJIIS ; I:i I I I,\II'ot "-I"ctoial I I vote it4m t. solilaiy. Slat- l'icioHs."illl) a firm reliance upon Friday, Jan. iSth. ,

to the C'oltpiibun Observer was prepared; wlnci hax .' fust ''- :'j I I 1 iii tin 1T::ion. \ltlu'HI.h. I did! not doubt i IIP enlightened judgment of the Ou motion of ,Mr. \\'Cel113, it wa iRcsoli'id
he was instructed to sign and transmit peareJ in nuw'papLM's supjidrtin;; kit i cai-I' :i: the rt'.si ljll o t th.'t in I\/lflllkj' the returns: That tile Co.-Uiuittee on : .

it. That: he was ;.(t the author of the'I and \vujoyiog. p.ulirnlar c.i1t'eti'! 'f. of ; ''n I not coin; ,' in. and t lie firt authentic t mfotmntion I. public and conscious of the zeal Commerce be instructed

letter he has rleliberritcU o admitted to Mr. I C1ICIIflISi.t uct-,;, informalm I about: which I ,1( wl:irli i received of the vote cf ami uprightness with which I have executed into ( to inquire' t

OxK.inshield, former bccn-t-uy: of the 1 iiuisl hive In l en derived from hi.n. I I IMy allY fstaie!; i I. ::1" tiiat of O'uo!' which reachedme every trust committed to my the expediency rtholishing; tho

Ku\v.: That he wa$ not Acquaintedith I pU.-enal I iicqnaiiifir.i'p t x\nh (;Jen j on id.: Kai'.iwlia. duri.ig the jOl1loue.\ care, I await the event wilhont alarm; olfice! of Appraisers of Goods( in the

its contents, that in, did nut comprehend! I Jackson coinm*'nccii in the! fal! rf I 18i"i! 'If i iIlle i inor t:11I: 1"\0) hu.'d-ed nnles: fiom my renleici Custom Houses, and :assigning: th.it;;
or c'M>,)rehonsion.Vh.Hicvor it ,
U the i01po of its terms, Ins been s.iili- I I City'of Washin;;t ion. 1'rior to t'ir.!i t :: > -. \'; ;f-! (rj.cr; I would b,% one ol tl1" ILay'hit duty to die Inspectors of the Custom.;

riently estthti'ht' 1. To CKJV Ken!. Col.) 11 me, I Jlladnc\'rMelllllm. Otrip: .I" -MII' .,'' '''Mie" letMinid 1.1 the House of }Keprosenta- : ,, lilY anxious iiopos will! coutiuuc of the United States.On f

Little, (u ho voted in the House of Ue- Wltl'i n.eii friend... a iid coidial. He ('Ii.. .,4- ,, :'I" *> \.i nut iiri tijIl.t 1IliilllllrC! than : for the success of tin irreat cause of I

preseututrvcs for Gen. Jacks-Mi.) Col. ed to pass a i .*I.K of lilt! t'lh uii1. -'HIIIIM: '' 'hi I I-(. .vi-( ::s .rtei:t I nad I icu: .'d NVnshing- human liberty, and ot"thfJse high interests motion of Mr. Livingston, it ;

Hicnt, Louisiana, and Mr. Dirges, he I Jil in;. n''ld.'ncti:1 KtMln(:kv.. I l'.i.i t'...< ': i i.:'. |<; ;if iiit. f'len! most till t t"II S')1 11101 ie to of ioutl was; Hcstdred, '1:1.\t" t the I Committeef (t
- disclaimed all iiAention of seHo, I ""( civ'('.1 a 'li-tti-r doiii t >I'; !: rosimunicatjii. : -.;.1"1"0. ifi I tiiil WI il 1f'lI snrii P. Liter as nut policy, to the promotion >ii the I'nct OrTiir. and Pint Hotds.{ ,

thin ? dishonorable% to me. nnuiiing Who; any the ;: hisnyiet tli il he was pr'-T. ifed |I !.-i :!. >..it in.I" jn, ,L 111._ i"I/I..inr O. __n,, th.it.... ii'... \\as :rom viMtmir III.-. 1 allol I !' I 'life have been : i. to inquire into ihe expediency i
real author of the letter not R.aill- see tttiM'thpr, that I couM! h>ivp had ) f.titlifully dedicat (
. published in the Jum until tii u.ea'soii of i I of )rovidii) bv law t that i(ohiirher .
Cmigr-ss at : itictd uitn the [ ,
v.ummii.ui uoterier, to which t-. 't\r- UICIthe wy nltJ"c:1] ( o1 pn' idf'lIllul And my humble, but earnest,
irirrani.xea his events (U the ': ':niite ,\ar wr.- .L.S.useiJ. !! P'! -.tio-i ? I ir.icN'd: I Wac'iingtiin! stvcrtiliifito 1 wili prayj j ) postage: be charged ou letters
signature I will be unrt'miiied that
; ;not under- ers all
c lie I (I.angermav
take possrtivdy to assert.-Circumstances amved .it \\ .Islington iu (diP !jd.$',os I him. Shortly .dlfor< his cirival 1 be cojinng hy l't:: to the Port of\u\r !
render it hi/hlv mid>l oi'tlie d-liaif, wt| aiie' (lie de'iverv, i h'butjbffoie ''* eill'd to -ee in0. l Iott'l 1 WHS out. j ie- averted from: our cumuioucountiy
; probable that it uasvrhtei I iI! I Oilo'tns, than; is now charged on I lett t--
\ :1' publican( n:, of I.'M- tttn { tnr.iKi tiie: \i-i: c'ui-iderinp it in both in- ; and esueri.illy! that our union -
Mr. Eaton
hy and with the know-1 I -peech w riiii I pi) I onumiivd) that J I! Mitres m of 'rs delivered in like manner: at other
.Jt"dof Gen. # on O'lhI"1 j I I )%11" :11 'jt' vrcmony. I met him, t our lil.wr1v'aut. our Iiibtiiutions ;
lackton. ,
In \
relation ai
to i.ig all ce.iLMiion1 caiie-.i to see "inn.: 'liir i ra'i-Iv diii.'i'g! tnt session, and aIavs Poitin the United States.
the card of Mr. Kremer, in I may long survive, a cheering
answer to that :; IlIt.lI.lIlg" by the vi i-.it to evincron uu. lrlJ J did! sre !'ihn, in I excop- On motion of Mr. I
which I had previously; inserted in the i j i h'Nttioiial .t' lru no fpiiiimi; which a sense ol 1 dun!i ', fippni'lIIiti il-.; to meet company.him.forjhavi1; sought: ;; ion from the oju ration of that fatal was 4

Intelligencer I rr-ni.irh.ed in mv ty had comptiteti: mr to express of hi, ,, ,. |I ,mi.i.l irnltei.iMy! fixe-i in its resolution! ; not my decr'-o, which the voice or all fiistory Hexolved, That the Committee on ;

circular :o my constituents, that the niil' I lie conduct/ ouglit tu affect our peis-.n tl :itI! 'o v 'oll' "'.r him. t *'i"hed to inspire hi 'ii has hilltero unifurinlv ptorKuuird.H. Commerco.i be instructed to inquire into

hefbr the appearance of Mr. ticrnvi 's, I te rcoui- '. :My I visa w.n not t ietnriiedaini' I| witi l no IIOJK-S' i". oon :ne. The prrinVninlj the expediency of providing for altrn'y

as I was 'voluntarily! informed, Mr. Ivi- i was htibM'q'ientiy told iii.it heva I iu tin- 1 j election: iiev(.r wan n topic, to tvtnoh the CLAY.Vasliiuirton 4m between' the Appal ichicoKi

ton. a Senator from Tcnnes&ee, and thf I I li ii hit cifiiidnl:,iug- in the Iii(Iet lst I i'i iiSt dist:i oh allusion I was made hy me, in \ December IS'JS. }
Oh'\I.-j j river and! its
and St.
I waters A..urew's
biographer of Gen. Jackson, (who boa-d- j I lions UJUMI .H'-st ot those (m\s-lf I' .inion tho: :
(:'a iu the end of this; City opposite:: to \1.:. \!I i number m ) wh.i irid cslied I i.i i qiie,iinn the i; happened a dinnt-r given by the Rusj \.f\\ .\ (i \t \.\)..: .l d Bay, in Florida, for the purpose -

in which Air. K-emer took uhit Jiodc, I' i ropi'ii-ty of lib r.iiliury romtuct' in the 8'1 j'j CI .Mmi-tti-r, the late B.tron of Tu..1t on c- of ascertaining the practicability;

a distance <-fabout'wo mild aU, & half:) I miiioleVcr.. I aw DO mote of f 'nun. except J tl l hI' 24th Decembei, 1824. [ lecollert the IN SENATE.Monday iud expense of improving the rnviga-

VMS closeted for seme time with; hint'' I; possibly' at a distance during the tAine win- <1:av. Iu.cuj'- il u "s tie! biihxla( ifthmr late 14/A January 1S2S. tiou.

This paragraph led to a ter, in : (lIi< city, until the sntntiter of the: : r1J1PrlJr1f"x!; II.It'r.. About thirtv gentle- -
correspondentbttwecn I ------- -
\lr. Eaton and ims.eK in the year 1S11 I h Bt-i.ig in Hint summer, os MI composed the party and! among- The following bill, for estthlisIutI :: j ---.I

course utxxl.ich: in n letter from me to way fron New Oilcans fr Lexington, Ifl'I 111'01lr: i AIaI11.1r.. Cidhoitn. Gen. an Arsenal at or near Ponsacola, was DOMESTIC.From J

Ii m, uiuhr date tile 3l"i Mnrch 1325, Iob. travclling'the same road l on which !h. was Jackson, "nd, I think,Mr. Marou. Just ber a second time, and referred 'to --. : ,
rye, "it is for parsing- the opposite di-ccfion from 1.PT.-j i f"rl'1 l : passed; fiom the dra\\ hug into the the -
proper me add Committee
I oid adieve. ft win thai in;tou to Nashville we met at Lebanon I dining room, a groupe of some eight or ten I ou Military flairs.. th- East Florida lie m'sild.

'Vit. \\' uith! Mr Krem'er jour, referred nocturnal) IIlter'I'I in Kentucky, when-: I had stopt to 'bieakJKfast. ; I ntlemcn were standinptogotlier, of whom i Be it enacted hy the Senate and Florida JJoundary.-In behalf of t

aoV.ress; thou you prepared or to I, vas feitli.ig at the: donriu the shade. 0 (if'IIO JalooH and I wen a part, and Jnter- House of Representatives oj the United the people of this Territory we Iiavu

publication ot his card in the& ( guarded reading a newspaper, when the :HI i\\1 of1!I 1 .'! (Iml'ro.t'.IU lIt (I do not recollect! how) States of America, in Congress i[put in a claim for all the lauds Iy 111.5 '
Gen. Jackson and )his suiic: was announced.As heon iia the subject of cUl1vcr alion. I observed -
terms in which it i is assembled That tho i l between the St. and
Secretary Altaiuctlij.
expressed. 1 should of Mary's ;
be he ascended the steps and approached to him, in the co-use of it, that if he
the han fact}), by a disavowal on your j.hrt of me. J rose and s-tlutcd him in the most respectful should he elected Picsidenf, I hoped the War .be, and he is hereby, authorized River, now claimed as belonging to
)OCd Miat inle-view, or of its sup- manner. HP dance by me. sl'.ght- C l\l5C wo-id! ;prosp.i nader hrs aduiinisttalion. and required, to procure, as soon as I the State of t Gcor ia.V u have re-

object, to be able to declare, as in !y inclining his head, and clnuptly ad- lie made some general ro.naiks i it can bo eilected Col. White
the of ou reasonable c cI quoted to this claim-
event .such disavowal urge
1 would) lake diessing which I will
me. lie was followed by some of not undertake to stale, lest I
pleasure in declaring! that t lu\v been his fciiite wliu stopped and conversed with should do him injustice.My : .I terms, a site for an Arsenal; at or i before Congress- aud as oxtraordnnrvas .

mistaken, in suppo-mi that you ltd any me some time, giving the latest information principal inducement to the publicH- near h the Town of Pensacola, in Florida :: it may appear to some, we expect

agency in the composition or rm'ilicati'mof of my family. I afterwards learnt tlvil tion of thi"I address! being to exhibit the 1",- and to cause to be erected thereJ J it will receive as much consideration-:

tnat card." No occasion cun be conceived i Gen.:Jackson accompanied Pi evident; Mon- ti.TmOny which it embodies, it forms no part on such an Arsenal be doem- tin pretensions which Georgia hast
may ;
more fiuii-' fur a-i explicit di-iiu. roe, in a visit to inv family, nud partook of of rnv p.irpose to comment on the statement nd
(f any participation, on the part of Mr. some slight telL eshini-ot at my house. On which have been published Mcss'rs. proper, for the sub keeping of the se up to the 1,500,000( acres within

Katon in Jie transaction reletred to. itwks h leaving the tavern at Lel-anon, I had oc- Buchanan, Eaton, (sacks, and Marllley, allIlf arms and munitions of war of the 1 the admitted boundary of Florida, as

the subject of the correspondent c.ision to gi> into a mom where I found t them the friends General I Jackson on United States, for the Mexican Gulf; I fixed by Mr.\ EUicott and Captaia

between us ; and I purposely afiorde-t{ : 'i'.n. Jackson sealed reading a newspaper, lhc' eo'VflM' of the late election. Neither frontier ; and that for these Miner.i i
him an honorable 01 0 : and I lelired neit tier hii slug; spoken to the s hall I notice Inc nunu're-ns falsehoods of purposesthe ,
opportunity av
JWI- of
g ,other and sued a.10 writers sum dollars be, and the Until the trr between 5pain and ,
or disavowing cc-operation with Mi 1 pui myj.m ney, in <:ompuny iy ninus and editors of IS'ew>papers .

does not deny the visit nor my inference Suwi was the state of our relations a! thecoinmeiicement preju-lice. The task would be endless. any money in the Treasury, not was the Altamaha River. Their

from it. On the contrarv, he guys in his of the session: of Congress To 'Inrcl against any misinterpretation I otherwise appropriated.Mr. Florida came into of .
letter in 1823, the interval having within hat might be placed silence possession
of the 31st March 1825. passed on my in re- Johnston of
the fact to be thai 1 did visit him UppIJSt'M.' my seeing him. Sjon aftiT I lilt arrival f>j)ect to a lett-r from iIx Harrison Mund La. submitted the ; and by proclamation of 000.II .

Kremer,) and suppose too that ii was; ( as; :I.rc to attend that ses i i'Jn. I collected y. which has been widely circulated, and following resolution : I I [. in that year, the limits of the

you have termed it, a nocturnal Visit; WAS ,tr').11 certain indications that he hid res>iv unu'h was published at a period chosen to Resolved, That the Committee on then province of Georgia were extended
there "lilpolt a genera HiiJiie"iy, the benefit 01tvhich I ulToct tl-e Kentucky election, I declare that I Commerce be instructed
thing siuuld tho St.
any t.ut hav: to inquire to Mary's[ and westward
was to be extended! whether this letter -
to He be
me. It- genuine its .
denied me this privUfge.?" or not, i into the
came suddenly 1 expediency of establishing to the South All this
As Mr. reconciled with som" MIUIviduals illttf'menl are altogether groundless.iever .-1] a seas. was
that he did not I between whom an'! himself}I s had! such' port of entry at St. Marks iu Florida well enough
write the letter to the Columbian Ubkei\er I tiire n conversation with him as as long as Florida remained -

and as* Mr. }aton duet DO: deny gnat lr;:, : had! been a long existing enmiry. Tlwrc.tP" that letter describes respecting Mr. Adams,,: and to inquire into the expediency of British property} but when i U
t ')the T-nnesiee who, at the
the pai delegatio-i, (AI:: time when il is alleged to have making an
wrote Ctiid, publuned in Mr. K clner'I I believe appropriation for removing was re-troceded. Spain the Litter
except Mr. Latou and C-u happened, was abroad, anti of whom that
at the
name. the iufereuee obstructions
: u not unfair in
been Mr. kiemri's adviaei-aiul naving Cocke) called on me togethei early in m. early period!, there had been certainly no Appalachicola I power contended for boundary to the

ou one occasion, kc acted ainauncnsis I. session, for theexjiress purpose as I midei-I general convention in regard to his dec and O cilia rivers, in Florida. Altamaha and westward as before.
iu the stood, of pioducing a conciliation 'tn.n to the Piesidency. The ; Mr. Benton the Is
f presented
same character ou tile otticr. It is he. appointmentwhich memorial not one claim as good as the
clear that the statements in the letter tu the tWeen above us. I related in snit Unce. ail of the Mr. Maikley holds, was conferred I of the Delegate fi'oJUlho Territory o tber1Ve thoreforo that
circumstances, Including the upon him in of the ,
Columbian meeting of Florida
JWr. Kleiner"Ooseiver* own knowJcdg1.nrr Dot wade lie upon at Lebanon. By way II' apoloery for hi;?; recommendations of him, principally very strong for ii t making statements \it\ he disputed Territory bo takrn possession .-
sneaks S conduct at Lebanon more importnnt office regard to the value of the the Florida
of reports, rumors, &1. Oveitures !WIJl'of the ; from numerous publiclands ofby Militia, and
were men remarked that he hall not intend"- highly respectable oni of al 1! i in that Territory, &, that held
,Laid tu have becu made, &c." rntl".1 pen> parties, ia praying per tbrce, for future disposition,
It i it most probable that tho e sralemcnuf :I disrespect tome, but that he WitS Il1ft b'tIUUS parts Pennsylvania, from some the price of the same be graduated, until the question of boundary shall
under.some i of
re founded on (,eu.Jackson'* intcrprcta- indisoosition. stated that the} : the Pennsylvania' delegation, umoug I Laid OQ the table and ordered to be be fairly and
opinions which Mr.
I whom satisfactorily
had Buchanan : adjusted
lion oftsie object of Mr. Buchanan's expressed in the took a warm and printed.
How did he obtain the information interview. House Representatives: : repaid to General zealous interest in his behalf and from the Tuesday, Jan 15fA. Progress of j'Yofida.-In the in.
which was Communicated lo (he Columbian L Jackson's nrilitaiy linusai-lions, had I j I s upporigiven to him by the Secretary of the resolution submitted yesterday ner Section of this Territory, we find
beeii sincerely tiiteitainH and slid I j Treasury, to which department the by Mr. Jolanston of La.
Observe Upon the apposition that ihe held, but that being wc c I belonged. appointment was considered the following evidences of(advancement -
opinions in
Jflter was prepared Mr. Eaton I respect tpublic ) and agreed to.Thursday.
ty we can I acts, they had \Vhen it ; an indication most cerrail1\-!
nt once comprehend it. He never he"Mi supposed[ I I was ascertained that I was ,
was Jan.
prrfectlylpprj.ocd j by me to form any just occasion foi of the 17th. hat Florida is not "a barren
of all that had passed between : p-ivnte 0 I not one three candidates who Mr. Benton
enmity between us, and thai none had been presented a resolution and bank."
b1r. Btn-iiniKin' and Gen. Jnckson.-The 0 cherished were returned to the Hou Rep-
passed the
on my pait. Consiqtipnslv t'lf by Legislative Council
t'Qincidenc'* of the iaisguage rc \ of NEW TOWSS.
employed in j warion side \ resentntives; I was I
my no obstacle compelled to vote the
the mating i Territory of Florida
fhf letter tit
Observer, with with him, & maintaining a respprt fist' jilter: if I voted at all, for one of those actuIall.r on the expediency Aspalaga. new town laid; ofrPCClltly
fl2I n-o Jpt':: 5J) lc'lr. of for
CaIhr LcvcrJ providing the
Y \ course. For the purpose of bringing us reiwacd. The graduation r and !located on the Cas:
which the
.j J duty 1 of ihe price of UKJ public Jamh in side ci'the A Pl>I1.1( icola ri\ey, .,



.. -

tnilcs; !from the flay; nmt' f) miles bo- : Judge Wm. A. G. Dade, of PriiicoWilliMU. tOt tile morning tale! ClOtli, they **, pre- | FOR H.fJY-JlN.d,

}low the confluence of the Flint and : ; were discovered by the Schr. Thorn, 1- THE Sloop Gipser, Captain

Chaitahoochio rivers. It is represented Alfred IT. Powell, of Frederick.Col. Captain Grover, and the Sloop Surprise : t 8111.r GKOKQI. r freight LOOK.or pauage, apply to

to }possess superior advantage* Joseph Malice of Rocking-i. 1 Captain Sanderson.rl T hoTjiorn I 1: O N10 o'. r n on boar!

for situation ; and has a water com ham. I i I spoke the brig, which proved to he (ease or sale J'- ,

Mexicoor Judge Archibald Stuart, of Augusta :I j I the Spanish brig Guerrero, (alias, San 1l'mW Q Court House! in this[ .

l:" Mallard Smith, of Greenbrier.Col. I II I Jose,) mounting 14 guns and 89; men 1 property, or nofy mucu;I' i'J rer.t .

toxin here, will undonblcdly enjoysuperior Benjamin Estill, of Washing-j jon i board!, from the coast of Africa : '! Port of Aev\saeoVA. the Corporation of Pcnra': ok.I ...
advantages, as it must command : ton. j! with O\'Ar jOn)( negroes on board. The I. -- - -- -- -.- e's due thereon up to the 31st day: of 1...
much of the trade of the I I I I ENTERED.Fel ( ceniber, 1827 ; unless the Taxis are paid
uppertf'lon { Judge Lewis Summers, of Kanaw- schr. was H. B. M's schr. Nimble, E. to the u'jscnher' before
Atfi. Schr. Two Sisters the day of sale ,
of and of that i > : ;
which ,1m.
country, | Holland Commander with ;3
together with
I guns P !111' all co%' :mtl cSnrprcs.M. .
lies contiguous to the stn'.1tl1'which I A lpheu P. Wilson, of Monongalh.: ; and forty-three men. file schr. carer, : Orleans. Assorted cargo Simon, Lot, No.o. frunl.njr Tax.

contribute to swell the Flint and i '. -- -.:-.o.-.., j Thorn commenced ..Iviuglhe lives to Master. Bay,,, S9 15 '
Chattahoochie} Iilt'('1's. This location 'I' from the brij while aJlderI CLEARED. J. 'l. astre. 1 lot, Ko. 12 1
Captain -
is about 70 miles from Talla- 1P rr Jl i I'D I .! 1 eb. 2'/.-Srhr. Amelia{ Rat ch, I'mchbac, 2 lots. Nos 30 ;.. I 7.rf
.. .sJt assistance 01 tie.I .Nim-
hasset'. I I.1Jagwlia ,-- =,- ---=..---=: -::--:- ---=- :.--:::-:-..;...:; json I went to tile ;Nw 0 !rh ,1I1o: Cargo 12,000 brick.., Joh.i ))onld.on. lo's, Nos ,;8
}'faq.\\1 '. rKBKl'AKY hth, Ib-tt. jble, which vl'ssell.l\' in a dangerous and iibl. *) x r ss 99 104 u.l U3J..;
; is a new toxin laid out on 1 '! situation, having lint her rudder ..lIIdI copper, by 3,1( : 'JI) .!10 :oil 3h2 31.j 1 315

the} St. Marks1 river, about} S miles-1!j i Vtrilf. .... Sans. i'eur.i I tithe; keel. Captain; Sander ol1 coin- .-Brii: Rosannnh: Bisiley! ;N. ', 3318319 '1:.J), -.rpent IIt1.
I i =- --' -=-: :: --- -c. = =-=; Yi urk. C-irgo, G4 b ties cotton 22 Nus
4.5,73 1(11314( 15lt,17
above Foil 1 menced heuv.ii"her shot and k I
St. M-rKs and ]lr front I ntt -
I Air. Clf1JJ'sIddr.. S.-\\c couiplete (tie C7 keg! butter, l.J bundles deer skins; i 13: -(i414'34.i4)jb575rS3) 17 .i i
Tallahassee iu in.ttiol1. | pubhcntiuii of Air. ledge overboan/!, and succeeded in
( : Cluy s* Auuios m this unhurt
tutu 4 boxes merch.indiby J. C. & A Diifresnr lot No 4 2 *'*
-r e.:-> .i'ls Drawing 8 t f et water can na-; i jiaprr. The Appeimix, is quite tf. long as taking her piset gun on board ; the C. C. J-:,'tateI! <>!f' umnu'jjf1} lot"o -,,4 ;
: thedirc's: and suiicientl! Keyser ; 71 bless cotton, L\ t/s ir
'igate! this the The being ) quuui Surprise, thtsrelure/ lightened and got C'oliantes li.t:
t river, up to town. i I. j.-rinri-io j No ill 874rt
iu F. I II I Nisbet: ( bales
it, appears: to us quite to a ; (u cotton byM.
to's-r, is located mi a high and healthy i' unnecessary her oft, and anchored) lieu iu three 11- Alphunsu >.II., A lot No7.5 1 2G

jmnaiion, and }possesses the advantage' i correct only luelul understanding, us evidence of to the those subject\vno inijjlit; and! 'I thom> \vaier.; Tiie Tiioin! received : Crupper : 13 bites cotton, l li'y.i. Joseph Saul, i lot No tai t\ hit 2-1 i
Pescay 42 b'lles rottnu I.? b'iN.;' tot :.?\;l lot 26J
; 1 ,1 &
of Sulphur springs in its immediate be doubtlul of the fact, that Mr. Clay had ,i: on ho.trd[ :232! ih:::,roes md 56 of theSptullll :irpentMar.an
copper, and 4 I ; lead, by X.; II. l1unhci' 4u SJ i
correctly quoted fro.ii the letters and ertiI anti
vic'inly.Rnckhavrn. <; I ; ere* At the S hilt; LlIlW; I
i Allou and li\- : Curter, j lot Nt) 9, :>2y
i6clttesprt.duti'd j ; we thcrefuie sliull dispense ; ; 7 "tx.x, sundry -
l peiMJUS
i is situated] on a small I wall its jlu licatioll. the smack Florida; came alongside the AKRIE'D.: I Antonio U.v,: i lit No '}."* 42

luck emptying) into the St. Marks, i brig and took on board 1 JO negroes ; Mr\ *!:...l :o' No 121 1 40}

Xj or 7 miles above the confluence of JOHN DL i.A RUA and HKNUV WILSON, I I and 17 Spaniard Alter C.. )!.tut : Feh. -Mh.' -I5iiio: L'u.tln Planter, Fang Philips! 1 lot \o I3'JMe : 374
: : M'i."i: ( -eek, a JIlt 80 !b :lcs cotton. M: I lerrah'"cNH 1 lot No 153 S
theV.ku fJ.y! with that River and is ; Kujtiires. Jlol1bcrsuf llu Lt islaiice Council I, Sanderson got the sclir. all, he ail>.>
inifesoulh ani.ed in this City on i'lM-Miay, 2Dth.HU went to the assistance Hf the untbrt'i- I n rage; Republican, M-irdor Creek, Jose! Fernandas, 1 lot No 158 ;'(-)
of Tallahassee.The ,
brut 13 : ; iu the bchr. Tlioui, from 'at. Marks.v j \\..:.j! 73 i'l th's! : cotli'ti.Barge ; \lanlclrrai .J lot No 186 87
} stream upon I which this town h \ e repeat this notice, III consequence) of an I nate negroes ;and snow, and ren'\'I'il; t Broukhn Traaer Brooklyn I I'state of !I)'itcenes. j iot No 186 52
I -
located, is n.tviable; by boats drawIng unaccountable emirviucli, occur red in on board the resid lIl". Auoiu UK; Vicente Os
not over thr.pe tt'et water. oin lat, iu a paragraph written with the 1 I same time, the schr. (jl ,l. tif.JUri, ; w.ih 40) hall s cot,on. Lewis D-s-ican. 1 lot No 261 Ill

intention of unuouuuug the arrival of thesej ''Captain Morrison came and rendered B irgf; 1)Onetic: Holmes V" 'lley : .\ .Itiiii i t Mirrilli.! 1 lot No8l 2 toIler
JfttnticcUo eat of Justice ofJeffeison up
t the : j gentlemen.JAMKS :snit |9 t):.1i'y! colt jn, and sundry pioAN'D I ; ,)t'rep',1 lot No 281 1 C5
I County, j; situated 21 2- miles -...- every assistance: to lire trigsavinh u ;i.: .JIlt e. tt ttl.t: le. 11,1 I JOlt Nn S.9 2$

from Micka ukv lake ; 29! miles 11 1l 1\. : MONROE, in reply loan invitationto the propeny During tin; I, --.= I (Itts.i liar,': I. 1 lot r343 3tJFa.tir'

l 1 I':. of Tallahassee; ; 23 from St. attend a public viunei on the Ki: ; lit Ii of j jirgbs, the sloop Florida, and scnr. j'j'i F;} t ;l ll i C (t..i.-f.-. .:! 1 lot No 351 70
nnd 8 Janimiy, alluding to lr. Adains und Cieu. | Thorn, were risen upunY I the I .)'p .1; i John I jlctJiut. lots No. 28 47 Sf
Narks 2G .1
bon Magnolia ; I.
; Jncksou, as canduKuus fur the !
ojipoMiig 4S 1 >' '-.t
isi! .irt 4iI
tnd! carried Cuba.
crew ; to
niiis from lite Georgia line. It is Presidency says *'l canuut take; any posi- I Ctip-; | :I Iitud'P..: -,' ..', t :rpentolt 174

located at the extreme N. W. conif-r' i iI / liOn, \\ hich ma y by mfereiicu arrange me, tain Sanderson finding a dlSpu'it\l) I : ; N z;' O'a.L.4.1\T3.: : II Aitk,n'", I arpru; : No 37 J7!

of the comity, and the !surrounding ,: }la the prt.seut c.plesliulI, on time bide of ei.thcragdiiiFt on the }part of the Spaniards 10 iLo;: I'j r '=r THE Srauuch ccleml.'rTWO John Davis rpe., >..> (>f> C7 68 514

I country is stated: to bt well acUipted I[. iurethat/ ) thr Mr.oti 1er.Monroe" \Ve will may net, therefujc his vessel, r in down thing siUt' ui ti'c' :!I -r SI3 EIS:: P"arc".L M1*. lir.ulv: 1 "aipc-iit: jjj 17*
couserit __
wimble, .Hid requested! tho Commander ;- j Mascrr will sail -- ,1,) No 70 17*
to the cultivation: of the CANT.: to be a Candidate for the dike of .L t, : ont SntramKnex1.
JDICTJO! Elector, for which he has been nominated, to take them on board, wlncu .v.is '-"'! ? .For height fr pus..ag ap-I Daniel llijiley. arpenls No 8283Estate 25

There i is at Tallahassee: : an Academy by the Virginia Administration Convention.A immediately dOlW, ,md -tn Ortic,T With !pi: ti> loll :.Matmi board and of101111"!So? ', lo NtH 8} 8j 52

v\hnh is under the direction oi -o- four armed men were- placed: on board t For sale, on board time Two Sisters, a Col. M.txant, &)J arp; nts 3 50
letter from Washington, in the : mtity ffCuii in the Irisii i'o-
quoted ) car.1ll
1'.1V ,itli:1 m Wilson.l The Trusteessiy his slop(>, and the next riot uillg pi u. I qn ,John (iraliun, : 10 do 35
New V(rrk Evening Post, says, that it is tat )t'
he is well recommenrli'd' and\ well uuderstooxl .'that no ;Miiustetvili he appointed 'I corded to Key \V cst. ;i I Pfi'i 7th Fcl IS.!....- J7-1t. \\ m. \\att 1 doCharles 17&

t (:rualtfied; te) superintend the insiruc-: to reprtseut us at the Court of bt.; "In the mean lime, Captain Mor- ],I -. Mifflin,

; ion i (P1' youth.t J.iinea for the I present." The LveningTosf ri>on cut the rudder from thu wieck, !: \1 t.';. 'lal\1. k.) lot.\\iug, City CoUrctorfor 1827. .

adds, "it i is thought that! Mr. Websfer and it to the J\ jNimble und .
At JJuenavista, on St. Andrew'sI Minister hen shipped : t \ jl1.'I. \ t": ,\ r.'t. \ r i\ "!\.t
will be the H
an appointment .
her WeiT. A ..
under brought to Key 4 "'!&"
also ]
there is an Academy, is made." Ji.J
the: uIH'r 1tIJHancc: of J1 r. Wachoh ; "1i B. Schooner 11iIo,J just arrived f! ('. \ rll'OJ, Ot FLORIDA.HK .

theie are various oilier schools of instruction The Legislative Convention of Virginia from New York, bound t for Mobile S30S S ":'I v.Till. nI./ '_ : I HK: Lot' III the addition to th city of
I .it. ia;! I; a''l'c. will! be offered for &nle
the 14th
held in Richmond on instant, haw
: U'rntavreNEJ
in several other interior : f 's moved I fiI i iI
on the li'-st Monday of April next on the-
nominated Genera) Jackson for the Presidency
of which would be glad to We learn from C'ipt. Sawvor, that I '0 '.h': r.t'\\ hicc hnildiitg rear to the hignejt bidder. The
towns Capitol
and Mr. Calhouu for the Vice-Presi stjuan
C11! s' 1
llott-i JlIlli U"',,' iu1lin f'OH1
II. 13. M's schooner) Nimble sailed : ;
have iufornm1 on. Tlu.re arc good dency ofthe United States ; and the Auti- I thr F'izabc'U' anl: .fini.! \i\.i.\\ \ embiuces one hundred and sixty
from } West the 2oth) ult. lorNassau. a netssort- I ;:cre". The terms are six cent advancen
anti Jjckaun) Convention, held at the same Key on :! 1 per
M-hools also St. of the f' !
at AugUi"e: mint ) ia.V-i! ; urtides: ; viz; : .
t hc cost of e HCI lot : the residue
plat V have nomilatclt.ll,1t1l Quincy.tallls I. The Spanish brig was: a 1 .
1 ,
CO 1.0
TT : -ni".cki/ i
I'etjv.icola. At all these Stlools : : ':IZt't'U ail: 11.>;11j tin ?;> cqua1! nnnual i..>:r.lmcnt5. Bonds and
lor ihe'Pn'sidency! and Mr. liust fur theVicePreJeucy. total! pck. The late British baz-tt mixt
shij) I ai'il ,i..n.
yotnlis will experience advantageous; WI : ; jrivv cue : : des-.N! 'Jf trust on HIP {1.1.. will be required
trciJlnlf'Ilt.-ldclIl. I I James Mitchel, now the FloiuKi, | 'torNDAautrq--flue: ) cloth ; "''ra!> and to seciin' tie! pttrch.isi la:i.ty.PUHL10 .
IVuli mal Gazette inn which was carried into KeyVesi ( brown cnlniick ; French! c'lrcas-iiau.:
The "'ffl 'llI.-During our resi- I The Editoro/'he' ; black, mixt, dray! and striped cloth ; amid BCILDTVOS.Coninvs .
recent numhor L.* 'his paper, eonlude some months since by the U. S. ship .
dence in Flol ida have known drilling.Pra! I I'' .
we not Ol1 "IIE ioner-.vii! receive r.:'Opif.
1P aspfi'itywhirl
ieflec'olls : Hornet and whew"she sunk in lour I
some general
I and -nonkey jackets ; Great Coats SiJls until first :Mo.d! of
such a continuance) of mild weather ; j l charac.J IZCS of the t. tile IV April
I mllally many fathoms Iud been n Pi:ml! and (Jainblclt Cloaks
water, got up, of
next ,for the erection the centre build-
hatve till the
nor seen now, Orange : articles of the opj.-osin it; political,,-itlmi own litted, aid sailed'! on the 6th insi. fur i J.'iTHOOs -;Supt-rfinc blue! black inp and wing of the capitol. Persons who
Tiee with the k. i i is liS.
bearing its renal trial
boughs at one drab und I cloth amt
upon i nnxt cassimero
: of the ')st < ItI1l- Nov Orleans.ri'he schooner -, I ; may be disposed. to undertake a work of
time, four different ciops, in various kiicmliMlg-! that some Hntativesjibiv French: circasb'.in, black mix', anti r 1 gbt considerable would do well
of : Fitch" i from Baltimorevjili! a importance;
guishVd our diplomatic i repit cargo
btajres: of growth, other trees are also ,; >ad, have been disposed to sort H' l''lr' {grey i piain and strip'd drilling ; drab II to attend. A plan of the building will
offljur loll at KoylOiliinst
on board: W'L: < and ols\t velvet, and btllg'-up cods
in liloom and : ; be submitted. Good security will be
many) are buddi11g.t .- i newspapers, ashamed of the gross ohlo' IIY re-
IVcst I mix! and caisinet! ana russian
Ines was the case on the first day of' cast ujun} the two candidates for the Pies'deucy :.--_ ,, ,", 0 ....::... duck.Ootlon. sirip'd ; q-fired tol"the faithful performance of the
J 1828. The Elder Trccinav and afraid that the foreigners about contract.
< \ [
IIHHlIY, and Woolen 1)zw .
:hem would suppose the American people 'lol I V The editors of the National InteHiencer -
he seen in full bloom too.-/r/t/i. i i j I l lie the most degraded on earth, since the 1 bla!%, al.tllJllfr cloti; an:! I I I the U S. Telegraph! anti MillledrviJIe ,

The Sand J>ank."-\\'e have received mm !supported for the Chief Magistracy i of cacsimere ; foUck!: slk mevet ; plain and ; :I !UecorJer will:! publish ind forward

a sample of Sugar, from th,- the Union, could be accused thus of the 'Ji.1CY: English! si.k ; Valentin: tiulen.eta their .c.o mts if'-rtne first 0.*April

I'Li1.t.ttion of :IMr. Jluxcy .])c.ll at worst *ices: and crimneg. () swtfnsduvvn ; fin white and fans#' next The 1'e.isaculi! Gazette & E tat Florida -
> I I marseii.'es. fle'al.i ....i'} pub'l the above three
.Alachua, of a very good quality, Mr.Dell The Editorofthe Baltimore Amerirnn, Fire at New Orleiius. i! SHIRTS.-Fine listen, plain and f ill'd ; ti.r.cs. JOHN 1'. DUVAL-

|)lanted about half an acre, and after giving-an abstract of thc Message of t ,. liner. duck linen and cotton "
J soar 1h
To the ;palit:cress Hf a n tent! direct from Mo f ; (Lvmmissioncr CIty ct laussee'
from the cane, ithout machinery, or Mr. .McCarty, Acting Governor of Florida; bile[ we are indebted for the Mobile Uomuicrj j| check ; and fLanne! .la"''*'*: ".56 4"-3 .

1 boer;;! other than what kettles a f family ('concludes article, as follows, ci.-il Register of Tucsihiy last ; from whichwe Bouts, bhoes, brogans, & pump ; -

'1 ci/.ld supply, he made a barrel of "%-ervsenous and, we bel evcvery Mobile extract: the Fch.follouing 5-ti.=The:- Steam Boat St. ( !hats, (loie-i. suspenders! : ; cutlcK'iy l Mlit 'r YEllN\eJ'\.

} :ailt!; il', and about the same quantity of successful efforts are making in Florida John arrive from New Orleans last evening : ticMtry ; bilk! and cotton r1-1 ',F: SUfH*rif)ei tem.:; .ippolnted by

liltIiseS.:, towards the cultivation of Sugar I with a mail. destructive tile occur- 1 hdiidkercr.iers! ; iimi,rella;,: ; y ;an act .f t".e Le'is\livc' Councilor

. I \Velev understand from Mr. both in East and Middle Florida. ed thereon FriLalight and among other Blankets, counterpanes ; seal-ekiu mud the Territory of Flor.da, to l lay out the
Kings- fur caps ; cloth travelingbags.!: Vortli \\\'st quarter of "t'-ta'H1 No 33,
consumed, the Stnte Capitol.
Mr. Kin_ ley, on the St. Mary's, has buildings
that. ills whole of
1 : crop Sugar was ALSOA Township -land rallge6"ihanu Wet,
New Orleans, 1'eb. 2r/.-FIRE !
I t>0 I'h! :, of Mobsses 80 ; and of completely succeeded in making sugar case rf Maps-coasisiing-An Atla iMio !r.t'i.' and to sell the game, till offer

Km.: title should like to know from cane produced by his plau- Between tell and eleven o'clock North and} South An"'ri a, on rollers ; the 't)'., for 3-ile on the premises, on the

J J \r% hat were the e"pcl1ceIdcm.: tation. The commodity has been pronounced last night, a fire originated in a grocery \vitl the different Stato.J: of the Union, the third -.lay 'f March next.

by the most competent judge, we understand, two doors above separate, from the latest urvc\9. T i- This place i is named Mount Vernor. It

f'rum the linllimtire Patriot, \\1lli ult. to be to foreign The I Jefferson street, which caused a dreadful | grUier with some Day, receipt, and copy is situated on the Ha- bunt of AppraLtcnicola : -
Last the of the equal any sugars.
evening Secretary
books. immediately at the junct.on of the
The fire increasedand
\ Navy, several Members of Congress, East Florida; Herald; says that it wouldnot conflagration. All of which will be sod! l,riv. fM r CASE!, Flint & Chattahoochie Rivers Mount Vernon -

I and about twenty officers and midbhipnifii be a flutter of surprise:: if Florida extended itself to the several !by j. O' EJL.PensacoJa. from its local situation, will, command

} came up/ in the steamboat sugars, and Florida land, should be buildings on that square{ and we tremblingly 1st Fehniary! 18'2Jj--47-6i. a ,;real part of the trade of Jackson and
the venerable Government GaJs-eu! Counties and of the Flint and
Jiom he U. S. ship of the line Vela- greatly preferred by the consumer upon PEN sA.rnLA, 8th Fei,. lS2'i.WILL ;
Houseus it crumbled I Chattahoochie liivers. Terms made known P
tears, now lying off Annapolis, and mud the cultivator. Col. Dummct peace- receive propus.tis'till the 10li on the day of sale. By an act of the
has been equally successful and like meal under the power of the devour- I day of March, inclusive! to nVnisli tm ith :
took lodgings at the City Ilotcl.'fll .- ; Council[ no lot can be suLlexcept at public

s morning) the Secretary and the flittering accounts are expected from ing element. After the flames had "FllE ll \\ \, i4L sale. E. I'ANNKtt.(

11 M'lntosh and Col. Humphreys.It spent their fury on the square between that Trustee..
IMt'inbers} proceeded to Washington, the Troops of the U. S. Army, are or
:ml the officers returned to the ship. ( seems Florida has as many military Jefferson and Toulouse streets, may be statione-l at, or w.thia the vicinity Clipola. Florida, Jan. 26-47-4t.L'eusacoltt. .

titles as other of this warlikecountry. it sought new objects of destruction, of Cantonment Clinch: and Pensacoto! ,
(jO\'. Kent and the Members of both any part Hotel.
Here are two colonels: ma- and attacked the beautiful pile of from tae first of Ap'ill"iuing! until the
branches of the Legislature; of Mary- below Jefferson 31st ot'March,1829, i iqcusl\'e.; House, iaiely occupied by MajV."

1:11).1'i: lh'(1 this noble ship, in company king sugar with great earnestness ; buildings extending The I ntrlwill be required to be delivered THIS'BS WRIGHT, will be opened oft

with the Secretary. A large and, in fact the whole country would to the public, square. Two squares to the Truops on two days in the 1 of February, by the Subscriber:

part v partook of a dinner seem to be cultivated by so many of buildings in ashes literally in each week, or oftener, as may be, (the nho respectfully solicits a share of the Patronage -

< sumptuous Cincinnatuses.Who ashes It seemed as if no human days to be designated) in such qja.mty. t of the Public. All which the localities '
on board the steam boat to the
alibrd shall be stu Jiously nrovid.'rtV
exertion could the of be fur their rations on c
scot ning foreign delicacies, seize, arrest progress as'may
Fi-oreiary; of the ;ISavy, by a number it and attention devoted; to the quiet and
I deem to every
The hoe, and really independent live." the fire. each dayAnd necessary:
favour the llousewith
comfort of those who will
of Kaltimoreans, at which the greatest those wno may offer to contract
n A large portion of the papers be- apprize a pieieience.3n .
beet hut thebest
biltirity} and good feeling prevailed. for this supply ; that no '
A letter to the Editors of the National longing to the Treasury, were saved; which the market can afford will!I be excellent Billiard Table attached to-

The Administration Convention Intelligencer from a friend iq and the books belonging to the different :' received and particular attention must he pstablisiiaient.! occupying a separateuildu.
met in Richmond on the Sth January, .'I Mexico, under date of December 8, offices of State ; though they be paid to the butchering t/-.eref.-A/ rigid nut) interfering, with the good order and
and recommended the Electoral of it will alert be lU'ld .
( following > :
1827: says : "Com. Porter is to be materially damaged by the inspection \ will qui.-t of the House, and ptivate parties can
'i'icketJ.tMF's : Many of the belonging Unquestionable I')eIw;, accowmodjiled with a distinct
promoted to the rank of Brigadier I papers b. for the faithful! performance )
Orange.J to the Legislature were also stttlnt; rOllIl.
that of Admi-
General equivalent to i of tike contract. the of the best
There i is on premises one
MONUOE of Loudoun.Col
t .
: VMES: ral. His little fleet is in Vera Cruz, rescued. ,, Of the amount of property Persons offering to contract fur this Stables in il.e place, wheir Horses shall bo-

Stephen Wright of Norfolk but will be got to sea as quickly as destroyed, it is impossible for us to supply, will deposit in the P:13t Otfice ai ilrictly attended to.JOHN .

JJorongii.Henjuniu: possible." estimate now. Fortunately for the PensHCola: their proposals i.i; writing, AItN1ER.Board ..

: Harrison, of Berkely, shipping and the town the wind sealed and endorsed "Proposals for fuinisbmg -
Chas. City.( By the schooner Lily, from Key Fresh Beef," btutm ; in a single l rr :a n J.Vl. S,
slumbered and at this time (three 2i
; for Meta the Month, $
Col. Good\vinof Din widdie West, we received the following let- bid the rate.-f>er puuud : } per
Joseph .
o'clock in the morning) the fire seems will tiUPPY : Day Boarders, 20
Dr. Richard Field of Brunswick. ter, from a correspondent at that 7.
: likely to be arrested. It has been A. v\ Thurnton, Lt.
t;CMI. Edward C. Carrington of plac :- attributed accident altogether. Breakfast or Supper H7i ft1O"1
to .
... 47-5t. A. C._S __ Horses day
Halifax. : /J., "Key West,Jan. 8 -Permit me to -- -- -- per month 20

Benjamin Hatcher, of Manchester. i Inform you of some circumstances, attending '0T L E. ENTER ./ MEJTT Prn3acola i, 1.per.[ February, 1R1ljrf .

Samuel Branch, of Buckingham. the late wreck on the Florida Edward Martin IN '
IT..l'' 8\.7. Or: l3rtal.
Judge Fleming Saunders of Frank Reel, which will unable you to cor- vs. J. .
'VE11V.J"E.. s !hereby given that a' fjooi
lin. rect many receive Zadock A. Tilton.
reports you may JIN N'OVICF.
flour is selling far &6 2a
)acid S. Garland, Amberst. from Havana and other sources. this case the defendant will take HE subscriber ha taken possession Bukcrs now wtilfor l the ensuing;
notice, that on Thursday, the 10th T of the place, lately occupied by Mr :a: barrel the
Johnson of Richmond I "On the of the 19th December fort
Chapman evening ounces
fifteen d lays
I day of March next, I will proceed to take S. Uryao Webbville, uht-re he: proposes give
City. 1827, a xchooner chased a the depositions! of P. Marsh and others keeping a house of entertainment, fir \ eve! aUd a half cents. jrefable to

Judge\ Francis T. Brooke of Spot- I brig on shore} on the Florida Reef, before Joseph Wallace Esq Notary Put traveilera end for !such: as may laor him an Ordinance passed by the B-nrd of Aldermen.

sylvania. I her masts went by the board when she lie, at his! office in the city of New-York; with their custom. lleho.iesby his at- .. July S'.Hn.) 1824.

Charles Hill, of King and Queen. I struck ; she appeared to be going at to be read in evidence in the trial ot the tentioa and assiduity to merit a share of jty Older of the Mayor.J. .
(. Drake
Capt. Ruben! Lively, of Elizabeth the rate of ten miles an hour, the above cause. E. MAKTIN, public patronage.Peter ,
by A. GORDON Simmons. Stcrttarg.Pensacoljj .
City. schooner struck at the same time his .Attorney. Is: 132*-ifi -- Ct.
-:7-tf. February : ,
C1a; !pt. Hancock Jaistisjof Stafford. j l while in. the act of staying. Pep,=,coa, t t'!h F ;b. H47-4t: 1! Ja\kwu County,. F.., iivv. 13 1 ( :





.l' 4.

\0 TICE. WEST "FLOIlA : ).)\ :NOTI.3E.llnF F. H. NIRBET, Floriila j.iiiiti"91ut ;

ETTKKS of Admini on hr VIEW OF WEST FLORIDA, : fnllow-ng- Articles Qf Ordnance n J-GS }leave to inform his Friends and : Ulldl'r'ilgl1e Is&vuusg WIth the bCPfl lllttl\ ot.1-;

.L cstAtcJf,1ham Spbrtt', late ot the its Geography, Topo. I al O-dnance Stores, tIle property I)l former Customers, that? he has: re- to settle I (;uV
into ly
County U f EsCarntli4' l}tC case(}, 1baVIflbeen \ ., with an Appendix, uf the United Statt's, wil1 hc ol1't.'rell ftI.iIe coml1ltllcelllJusll1es at his oH Stand, this: Territory, called of 1 huh I ian a.

granted to thc URJerZit'd b\l tht .(.:, ing ut'Us Anuquities! Laud Titles., S. at l'eo3'Jcn\a\ Fiorill:1, on tlC lUth where he has for sale a very good assortment Duval, for the stippre5IOfl then
for the Count" be prepared to pay
A ifl. the County CcU1t; oJ and Canals.' d iy of April, IH2S ; (:cltverJle: to iilhuser5 of cressions' FenrUar .

o! 1lCLm\\: pC'r.f\m! ,having (1e'1Ufl't!": TOGETHER WITH C at the followinb' place:,, \'iz : Fresh f Seasonable Goods, a t the Indian Agency on the 12th the 2Ji\wl\
eltate of the dcct"3'1e 6Arl' {( )'. and at St. Augustine on
.Lgunst-j1eJ: U the to Present them without de- A Map of West Florida, "J "''Iflt fir 'Su. O1UN.NCE. -- 1'OIIII'---:: Ueccued f>v the latest:. arrival from New he same month, at Tallahassee on the

).I)'__ nd those indebted' are requested I Exhibiting a Chart of the Coast, a Plan of I I I' \\ clgltt.. York and Philadelphia. 1,1 and at Chipola on the 5th March ncx ..

ro make payment lannediatelv to the -I ph.lrnn C3.1I11U11 12tJU, 3jg.
4 Ann 8. Sebreo.January tit ofcn \\co\a t 5 11 6 u at dito tiUPensuco'a. I 7-4 and 8-4 Striped; Dufficid Blankets! those who cannot attend in pcttoni the

.idm'liitrat and ..{ ; 4: II II (htto.I tC.5--l-0: 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney rix. the Entrance of Plhirola: Harbour, .. ;3 Dales White & Drab Flush will be rcqLuirCdtrUfltliC Urticets! I
21st 182S t I 12" Canonadt' IH'O: ( ngs on honor
-'43 81.I3"S ifcy JOHV l.r. \
: tI \:>'U-. L2
-=- Jus rcrcirrrl. far 9 tc ditto. 75.1Tilrtar :I Blue and black imperial cloth, Mac who claim compensation tot private set'vants
<((lc by ..nd mixt ct sin1'r4 ; satinett5, assorted ;: while in the field, setting forth the

ei'' '.1. ll. 'ti.I..' W. H ; *ell Hunt.Pensacola. 1'000.n: P, 1 super-uper and common fancy prints, name; color and size of each ; and tn it

: 8th Jan. dimities 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens Irish I and them III
hereby Driven to<< all CrcdioYs, leBL 1827 i 'U'W' h( ; ; t hey actually kept employed
Jt'c'es ami ;pemrts mulled to distvi-: ( --'------ -. &'Vzvy r r113 ditto. 11,400 lawns I ; dimities ; super 6-4 fancy ginghams -- service during the whole time charged. _
: 1' il1 \', N \J r h white ll.nv red and rUnnels times ami '
l.tUii'-i of the J:' :.te o* \\ 1111111 Sehre: { l J'm'd. liarsacolu. ; ye green Punctual attendance at the t tplar.e9

.it-ceased, that .tl! d? ts and demands of t Jt V the Subscriber a.* a b ,' rJ( Pel- I ; black and: colored bombazetts. mentioned is pHrticnUrly requested I
\ihutsoever I) J printed bombazetts and Salisbury flannel THO. WUItilH I', !
nature against said estate will 1 liuntway, Negro,- ,Ian. _
he hs.rI"tUnll Si exhibited within tw who c.tils himself Llitl Qj St. ) I'* ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton halls; Pay Master, U. S. Ar.-ny. I

)'t :\rs {jom the time ot grant ing1 letters: Ro-m Is- I i Heaverteens, linen cambrics cambric Pensacola, i9tn:: January: 13J8-'*6if. ',1

of administration LJ3'LIEh' : Itwd, Ji'I f :); 24 plrs Iron Caution 14,1OC I hdkts ; Baroge hdkfs; black Italian crape ;I

Ann S. Sebree. site th,. >'>,1 18 (litti). I f flounced: roues ; gmgtiam do, spider nets MA1LA1tItt&11'4Florida :
ana says he h?long> to Mr. AI1rtham /Jw rancca 2:12 h dstto. I1.4u&I( I) *tent threads, Russia: diapers plain and

.'?drai 7li1trLIt'ix. Ilaldwin: of Montgomery Ala Luke is i I /la. !hr of I I t figured: book muslins, Madras and Brit- Mail.

rensacolo, January 21st, 1828-45-41.THE about; five feel l.ine or ten inches 'Ii:igI h I. JLjlCoj.J taiua hdkfs., comp'y fla lh.S, figured! crapc Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock A. M. I
-',' }Tght coniJec.ti/'i] and app :Lr8 tl) be I rt ( 6 :n pc1rs ditto. 1:4,2OC: ) dresses ; white, hrown and mixed cotton I Departs: hme day at 2 o'clock P. M. ;
\\'lC thirty-one! or thirt\-t'.voyears ot ageF. "3 9 .' + U ditto, 11 2.S)1( ) half hose ; \\ lute and mixed worsted &

desirable dwelling hou"e, helontr-: Go my us. I IIs: J U rhlitO.I :VWO) : Jamb's h wool de) ; fine linen hose, ladies Blakclcy Mail ; -I

: to the Estate of Samuel J H. Constable.Peniacob i 8:12: U II ditto, '24.)1v : ) white and! black cotton do., learl, si..ite, Including Mo'uilc aad: the States of Louisiana i

Overton, will be rented on reasonable 28th .lantiarv, 182S J6it. ; }(j; Y II "Jitto, Jl: ,(} Oc and black worsted do., plain and camblet L and Mississippi.Due .
terms, by the year, to an approved Ten -': ----- :_. :11 6 U H ditto, 520U: cloaks, furniture check, bed-ticking, superfine Every Tuesday at U o'clock *L
snt. t.Ik.\i\ "-r-. '.:.! [\ r1'" :\; .;.; c.'k IrkvPs'i: 2 < bJ.4 "clitlo. 8.5.10 I cotton shirting, nil cloths, black: Drparts every Friday at 12 o'cbck M.'

The Furniture LEON --A": j .. I "I.j :; ., .1 (1)lO.) J, dU I I bombazines fancy belt ribbons, black and I All Other 11 ail!.
COUNTY ;; I I + II h HJwitz: 556;:i II white satin and maiitua do., 5-4 Ins!) shirt '
helonpng'to said Esta\ ,I1i fur sale; nr-rTr MXDDL.D :: I iiij4daniask, brown linens black: DUK every Wednesday Sunday at
rJfRID.1. J
: : ; 'I Il1ch ( lUo. LW v ; super
cation be mn.deto the A .mmislratrix i' : 4 o'clock I I'. M.
may : and wHite, plaid anti
l C Iron S"-I\-d" I GuOI ) : striped Baptiste
.t lIlY residence. THE r LORI DA I/O TELi I printed shawls and hdkfs ; printed Waterloo Depart every Saturday and Tuesday:

Robt. Mitchell, "g A '! liE Sub.sr.nbcr iriving: une I ( ;.. -TG\J.i.----\-"' ..:.!=_=__:01:_=lIOn=:: ==(;;-(111100_=.-tlHt4't6- -=5 i shawl ,bncy silk dress.s, nuns thread at past 8 o'clock A.1.. f

.Attom y in fact fur the nakrn the superintend I I,2: -! p r., IrasCtnuonl3,9OC) l linen gloves, linen tapes, Kus.sia sn.rtings, Vost-Oftice Hours. ,

..9Jm,tzistrari.Pensacola .. J f i. i
Jan. 25th, !B28.-45--3t. nodaticn..a, H_ (iI f_jravellt-i-s?: : and, regihr Hie Acc"' >r.l i ii (); 4 (10. do.412!I h 4 cases saddler assorted! Oflice will
) the l'tt uniformly be closed
NOllCK. (recently occupied L hCo!. Pmdar. hI I
) (L :
moct respect fu I Jly so'icits! the ; roo, io/ U \ "1'bl'; do. I 3 163 I y cases Urewster'd hats, assorted qualities i un Sun r.tat 5 o'clock P. M. unless

L F.TTEUS of administration having ot his friends and the public in pAJronapej j q 1"I----; ':; h rF ;:rt-ta.I1'HH ji:16i : I the Miil& should! be delayed) later thari
been granted to the subscriber oi g'eral ; ; ::'. -.:...-: --- -- ..... -- :. 5 trunks fine made clotliii .
assuring tlu' .n, hat his table shall{ be fiji i : :=:: : 2 :::: : : ready : the Ui :!n!ourof arrival; in which case
the Estate of Jacob! } e1ker. late of tiu ; N .:- J'jv'JJ'U H'" \ ;lInO:1 Ball.[ .: allll 12 trunks: 'ladys' and gentlemenj boots the Office will be
nished kept at f least
as good) as this: section of tht sieU'S open one
County of Escnmbia deceased! by ih ::: f of \' t.i l C Ilihl'CS ( and shoeChildrens'am:-, hour. Tne Mail
Hon. Judge country can aftiird; hi: b<*r with r variety ": I : although not tin-
of .
the County Court, ail persons of choice; liquors ls stables with .; L t;:-rt) -two potirt1e I boys' shoes, brogans. &c: til 4 o'clock: i i'. AL, usually arrives soonenoiigti
) ; ii l lprnvender
who go( c..5 3 .
are indebted I. &)4
to the siiid 1iisket
Estate, artrtdwBoxes So.l 1 'leather! call shinshue thread
to 3
wilf : together with an attentive i opened by so that
make immediate payment to the subscriber .. :.- li! .1'1 cio Hox lleJts 25 k
OM1 icr. And it t unlimited:t attention: com, I .- Virginia! the Olnce is usually open tW t {hours.
and those who have demands a- bineil with L.:(G tbyont '!eHs! b fcoos j>ujJcri'Jr caveruiish do The Pot Master therefore that
moderate -< ,
charges, are su.'li- : requests
will _
guinvt the : 91'\J !'rnnjTuut.
present same toF. !
cent: induc"'ii jiits:, heat least cannot but !: 1 lJ.M : Hardware &c. those who wish to enquire fur Mtero oa .
fUSl-C" ,
II. Nisbef, confidently expect a slcire of public : thatday! will send or call before 5 o'clock,
pa 1t5: l'ort iues Pen, pocket and desk
i sportsmen :
and! that he be
Administrator.Jan.23rd. I tronage. may enabled to close the
: 1 ,hc1: ;:crew knives: ; knives & t.rks, carvers, waitersaudlraya :
1828--15-8. 'fjjf* The Vloriila Hole is :a lirgen l ... -., Oi ice at that: tune.
I >.' Siees I \It .f'10l : ; lieiiiniig's befit needles, snuffers
commodious b'sildmg The Post Office/ is other
i beautifully situattdon l open on days.
2PU 1:10 1: ; ", ('I ghlt ; f and Iras, plated !
NOT 1C ft.fETTF.HS : the .ves) site: ol Go\ernnnent Squnie, __ scrip: rcun. spurs spcciacles, from breakfast tune until dark ; except
i and( expressly calculated! for a rcjecr r..IOIS1.It" -- carpenter's toijl, bhocniaker's and currier's from f ( 1 to 3 o'clockmd during the time I
:I baleQ.Ii
Tcsr.amei.tarj the r>- he f irC.tui, do., stock lucks, padlock' shovels
: ) ) A. Kodgers l lateot ticCouiity hie) Jublic: !lovi>e, being in an elis,'.:-' C I :tnd tilt lIIilHl111m price of the Bra..5 Ord-t and tonj9; jceidci, w.uce ::ris: ,, colton of opening or clu"'lfIt;" the M.iil. I
'situation for bi ; of cambia at \\l.asellllul\t
(decease!, 1t1': mt; di-I ct'nt e'rP0111il. card:>, Str. .c.
lifen ate \ '.ni'.y of the prircij roads ) : For tht' ,
granted to the underpinned by th.' ) : g Iron Caf1IHJI1, :'flot :uhl IVnsa i.i Dec. 7th, 182 7.38t1.iL.tdR
to and froui Taiiahasste.jravicl I Shell : Jla ter.
5lon. the: CounfCOIrt of Escambia ntte'lI dllbro.! : per ton. OWC'ouf

County, all pl'rso.l1<; who have. any denund :- B. 1'lit1el'. I. flJundrC's: 111" the l'.tlll'rJl St..tt'ClIl -- Pensacola, 1st January. Iti B.COLOMI5MX .

against the 1'sUte of the) deceased! :11.h'15:: pe. D f'C. :?6'! :>.- M h -it. I I"'C\ e .tty t"orlHx.tinn I cO1t'ernlw; ,) the BOiLERS.llI ; Him -
sre cailetl to them without :lijove m['IOItC'd a-t icl ; fmOt C.. :II I DIANO.NOTICK. .
upon present : ) IHa } E subscriber: for sale, a few
ami LAN lJ Af KNGlT.: i jA. IIL E. 't1mu, pvrSiij'.ar .
flelay, those indebted! are requeuedU A.oj"t'tIiUll: 'tl'rI..i Boilers, .Sl sample from the/
) nuLe payment immediately: to I (5'10uh 1 J; crlht'1S 11..c t)1)CIit.d: 1 an
James Pcndleton I. lice for the puv.hiee and sale ofLands ; \ I.t h- \l' ::0\. .\UBB, COIlHII LIHlillg' U. to order. V. IL any Hlll-.T. r Inten. s to 03\' none---_ ._, _C'4I.I.___._ ,u_'......,. .L.i-...._!>
Ktcciitur.Pensacola I at bt. Atiz.'it IIi1*, i" the house :Jor-j i! S. Arsenal!, :'Jatun Kuusre, 1.OUiiitLa..IJtfl'l : J f Pen acoJaUec.! itla.- 1827.' '::J8-tf" : I I may be Ctfltractfd by any of the crewufi

: :merly occupied i I\, ('01. Pinrnilt! .tt tie! ; I E. Burcli I i the C'olomljian! Uri;:- Incliano ; thert-f.ir

.. .J.\n_. 23d _I7.-L-t.: : I. Hniilii west rornci. ctl l \_\_;.* ,imhi'rcri_ __u_ .>._!_ Asst. Thread Laces Lace Veils that persous creditirrt; those sailors should
I QiMastu'.
ulnre pe!' ()II" d 'S'rms; to acco:nph-i i: fther not expect payment but from the Debtor

X'rlCl purchase or s;,.!es ot n'd! e,'I:tt', artrefjiuMed I ", aac A.. Adams( (le. himself.

-- *W"S hereby !:u.en to all cr-iJitors! l 1I'p" V> Jeavw their C'on'ITIo'Ht:;. I i 1-,!, I.!. c,'I ()&t I!UtI'CCrvsce.; THE Subscriber has received, per lumolas; Vrguiza,

M. l'tCtf'd persons entitled, to distribution .\ long; rcoi leisctin the! Tl'r-tlJ1'Y: oi! I I j ]'('r:';:.. na.; .!1 0;' ?:()V 187..ot '. Orleans from Philadelphia, ;!\ )'a..Jm 4, 1S27. -42tf..x*:,..._
cf the Estate ot John A. Itodgeis Flortc!:., has Mi.) !ed 1 the! .Mihscr-ber.-! < 'II ant Mary Pemiison from New York, in

chums a-id deaiandson : neai-j i \ :'assortment BE
\ ) EItS'iL..iA.
said Entate wil.: he barred at the expitation ly aU the! iii'im.Ivial:.! ciaunb; to 1:1.:1,1: in thi-I I 1 box containing an elcirant jnvrtir.ent

<)f frwo ) ears from the time f/f f g"t'mt. I tlistncl, as \"cU!i as to thfir! titles! !oc, tioiqtiidilics : -, Ij i J f WJLL: reeeivi-Pr" p'-' :dsat this O'fjce' of Thread and Gimp Lace:.., black ..'. ,

r' J::g' Letter* Testamentary unless e.xhibi.cd and! it lative v..lue. And tile mcreasing -. 3. urtil the .' -t '.:?f :\t'ii! next, for supplyji'ig j!I ;:ami( white Lace Veils plain and thjuredj 1. 1' .!l4"4

to ih'j subscriber within the same. applications t J n--i.Ie: for i i iiorm. :!i 1 \\"')Ol for : !It' uce ot the Troops jn j I i'I 4-1 Gimp laces, &c ap!! of the newest pat- FUtt -

Janice ndletow ti Oll.: from neiy ;part (ef< I Ie: l\itccl.t:: l':;, I I J tins Station. It ;,7iiist. be merchant: ib le enn. ALSO,

more esperi.illy: e.sprrtiMg sllg'eJtlrG. I i Oak-M! I'll other ji ird "ood. ami the (;Imlto Super super 4-4 white gauze "flannels,
;;':editor. h has ind'ice'l tliem! : to beliee, that :U. -s- j, }he l"y 'n'Msiiiemenl 4 'eet 2 inches ladies super white cotton hose, gentle-

t 12M_ -l.'i--It. I ti'cnncohaJar.n -,()! ..knieiIt ofliiiy k'iml, cud( he rtuKr-: lii.iji; ;), 8 'et-t 4 inches long, and the w ;ud in en's cravats black silk hhdkfs, 'ine linen 1828

ed useful! tO lnjv.ihlic.!. j. evil full I f./iir leet uj I length To be shirts, gentlemen's brown und white

NO'rlCl I I All;t orders ri-rected: to them, for copies ered! ut any pLce in the Ton of dt'li"-I! tinen gloves, fancy prints striped and

11'5 hereby given, to all CreJitoi*, J.cJa-i of MUivejs, Jiw, ;,s Mrplans, as well as other I la, vv'ic-re' it may be wanted ; and at the checked grass:; muslins.

JI. tee,:;, and persons, entitlc.tudistrib1'.- I Ii information, on the! above subject, will he I Cantone'iH-nt, corded* up by the Contractor 4 trunks gentlemen's hoots,shoes, bro- FOR SLE AT THE

i ion, ofttie Estate of Col. JOllY MILIKH, I furnished without delav. Iutters postpaid himself": within convenient distance gan.s and pumps, lif er) superior quiaity PL 5ACOL.BOOKsrrORE..
late of the County of Escambia, dec ..ld l, : directed! to t'e' Land .Igi'ary, Sf. (>1'tlt water side, at the usual land and ludies morocco walking shoes7baies ; ---
t i.tt their cUims'! and demands will be .li/ffueiine, vviil receive due attend.m.JOHN i 1Ig; place.: The wood i is to be delivered at 3-4 and 4bro\ "n slnrting. V. 1JA.SEL1' .. J'tUNTII"s

barred at the expiration of two y..'ars : LI." Uli.LlA.dS, such tunes and such q/.lll ti\ies as may be 1 ca
from the date of the Letters of Al ilillis- \\iLLIAM H. *i.X.tIONS, directed from this ollice.: The customary F. 11.! Nisbet. f I'> for s.ilc at low prices: an assortment
:: tratlor.; Canted the niAXcis; .1. i' A no.Dec. 'ltil iVCIIS sixty cods pf r inonth from 1st .. of
-.o Subscriber unless Pensacola
iiitcd 27th: lbJ7.--4-i-tf l'o0 Utu April, and half that quantity Dec. 20th, 182740U's.SEAS'IOI .
within! that: time, to Blank Hooks &
I I Heierences ; from 1st >!ay to 3l.it Oc'oher. Two bids Stationary{ ;

W. l-iasplll-lullt. i ildr.2ill Col. Jos. M.Miitc, will be received: --one for the best Blackjack { ES, &C. consi*ln\ { of Ledgers, Journ :s, W.tste,

.. _- .itrator. t iJclcgatt from I'loritla, wood of the country ; and another friHK Subscriber has just received per Lefer, Cash, and invoioi; Books: KU&.
-- !%lr. Henry b. Tanner, I'liilnddnliia, I 'for such oak aid other hard wood as is JL Elizabeth tram :1cw-Ol'leu.I'i.-alld Binding.

X"'r\ll Doctor Brush, Ntw York, c I Beinard E. Bee Hiy, Sasafrxs i J.f'Her Buoks, Leather : acku i
of Administration! on the Chariebton! Magnolia, and Chincopia Old L.J.. Madeira Cranberries aunt Cor- !

LETTERS: of .Ion M.iTLr., late of I I\ -Mr-- _.laifces__ _____\\' _lairs_ u,__Baltimore.___ Wood will not be received. The first d,'- 00.II Te II trifle, do. Jelly Jc Jam, IIf'r--; Ibutms_ t
: the I livery to be ready by the 1st of May next Alphabets, Docket or Menrvranduni
County of Escambia (deceased having J mprovcd( Perpendicular Medoc Claret of 1820, Pickled Walnuts books j
been granted to thesubscnberby the 1 Dan'l E. Burcii i (lOahen: Butter, Curry I'owilers Leather c.overs ; and small
II. ." the' County Court ofsauiCounfv. all I ff,; :I r:;? .f\ "' ..r. [.,r. 'l" I Leaf Lard: in Tin Can ni2ters: Quarto Blank/ !Boiks.
... lssl. ( ..
r. .JJLlsler.I Super ko *!
person who have any dem'-iiidji against Uavannah h Chocolate ) Enveloping or Post Office I
the Estate of the deceased, are hereby ']IT L are the 3uthorill'd '\rentsrf Assis tant Quarter Mailer's! Office, > do. Preserves, Paper, Superfine roll Post Blotting

called upon, to present them without de' V V Anthony Beivcini, of:''r-"th) Carolina -PC-' scoi.! Dee. J, 18273t1A.5 Mushroonand Tomatoes, I Drawing, and Letter P... per, Fools.:ap! Piper :
and all to do all things- 7or'u; --- Ketchup, ruled and l plain ; ".,est Lead
lay necessary Pencil.- '
; persons owing; any tiling to ? | \ .rpose JIW : Tusca'oosa: !Lye Whiskey, ,
I. of celling1 and Sand Boxes wooden
said Estate are to conveying the l'iJ.'htand : or jammed: Glas'
requested pay the same : Flour, Bacon: llama, &c. : >
immediately, to }privilege constructing:, building ; I he I Persons (uki & stutCork InkhtaiHls.nl'rlJ.Il'IIli..h \ :<:: .
and .JjASyrup rind Ports.
Charles D. Brodie I I his i improved usmg\ulhin the Teiritcn' of nOI ib, ,i.'\ :tbr tl (.1\ ,;\ 'i'cq4 ; hie Soup, for a sea voyage, can-'be. and: Indel.f! Ic Ink 1-1; le, Laf.yeKe,
4 sup-
P'p1'enJ-hulm' '; -i.'t JJi'l, 'Ii 4J Highlaivler PUvin; Car.Is! Blank
plied by the
Administrator.Pensacola for Gnudins .Ufa/, for which lie has ()b- : ANDTRAVKLLKWS applying to subscriber, who Cards, Visiting Cards, Pock.-t }Books arvl
t 16th Jin. 1SI8 -i4-St.NOTICE. tained u Patent. 1 keeps a complete assortment of Sea Stbieiat U'allcts, led Sealing W.ix and t
This REST, his Brick Store, Alain street, in front Wafers.
mill i is> consideicd decidedly ot Black do. duo EuIhs.' It
l ana Dutch
superior ... I' THE ::5 b.criberinforms the the Public Square. siea ;
to public
any at in & &e Pensacoh
present use, from the c. : 'lUtu fJec. 127. 1
I u that he has opened house Julius
simplicity of its a .
IS hereby given to all Creditors, Le'ga. with! winch it can construction be! worked, the and ease theqllmtltyof I H of Public Entertainment, :n the Pensacola, Dec. 7th, 1827 Pescay.-38 tf.f : T j 8 :i'II) :' r cJ.. .of.) -:-,'I-; -3.-.

tees, and persons entitled to distribution meal ground. The h house formerly occupied by Maj. Hall LOTS i in the new Town of \IagnohiL:: I
of the Estate of JOHN M. GATIE, I inventions aud. alterations whicli) :various have I' for that purpose, fronting the public IIK Subscriber has ofFered for s'Ue. This place i>
lute of the County of Escambia, been 1 1cdthat made, in order to square, which he has fitted up in a convenient A j just received per tuated 8 miles fro-n Port St. Marks
arrive at the simplest Elizabeth ou
their claims and demands will be and most valuable manner for the reception of tra Forsyth, from New Orleans the St. Marks' river and U from TailVi.-is- f
barred vt the expiration of height; have all vellers and others. His l a very large assortment of (Groce :
two tallen table will The river
years, fitishort of the alwaysbe see. can
desired! bCflavigated
object but ries. lie ofFers in
from the dateof ; addition to his
the Letters of Administration in the present instance, the inventor supplied with the best which the stock :- former Town by vessels drawing 8 feet water.
granted to the Subscriber, unless pear* to have Acquired the desideratum ap market can afford, andliis bar with the The situation is nigh, dry and
exhibited within that time best of Champaigne Wine in Baskets of 1 doz healthy ;
to No exertion
: so len<<; Bought after.I will be each t h14s tWO Sulphur Springs in the vicinity.

Charles D. Brodie. I The mil! attached to a Cotton Gin, wil wanting on the part of the proprietor do. warranted Brandy superior of 1820PonchongTea one of which is only 200 yards from the .
grind Iron tit to render general satisfaction to those Pub'li!
Administrator. > to sixty bushels of corn a Zante Currants Square. They are raid to possess
Pensaeola, 16th Jan.18'2 -44--It : Jay, and that too of a superior grade of \\ ho may favor him with their company.His great medical qualities.For .

imal ; and the scarcity of mill streams stables are well calculated for a number Pl'Unes'el'r fresh further information of Terms &c.

-NOTICE. in the country, and tne great labor s-ifier- of horses-andat good and attentive Raisins apply to J. (;. and N. Hamten.: St. Marks,

LETTERS ef Administration on thei ed in ie operation ol hanu mills, renders Uitl will at all times be at hand. Almonds ? ? or Augustus Steele Tallahassee.

the laic JON! HOME PenTE it the mure importani to the people of Families, or Gentlemen who may wish Meddc Claret? of? 1S20 St. Marks. 10th Aug-.ist, KJ7-24-tF.

Esq. hav.ng( been granted to the un. this Territory.Thtt can be Accommodated with private apartments. Tuscah.osa -I-' -
dcnjgiied, by the} flu;'. the County Court pi ice tor a right to construct one GEO. FISHER. Goshen Butter Whiskey A I) U lX. I
iorthe County (If 1 Kscambia all) of'these Mills is duluirn Tallahassee, Dec. 15-1--tf.
; persons: twenty and one do. Cheese 1f will sell or exchange fop

.having demands! ajramst said Estate, are ofthcm can be made ut a triHing expense Madeira) Wines Cordials Beef in i bbls. for family e 11. other property, t'. at valuable -
requcbtru to present the arne immediately when; con,j/ared wi'li the advantages -, tc. With an additional supply of TWO
and those :indebted resulting from tne of ECEIVED S hr. Dry Goods* STORY HOUSE,
ure desired to use them. R per trom Hard ware, Glass ware & Queens pleasantly situated oi the
make to Application to be made Philadelphia ware ; ) Spring Road
payment t ) the subscri Sold Low for Ca8h leading l ;; to Cantonment
bers, and those! who chase 10 cases Old If sold,
John Innerarity pui will be fur superior London Particular Cash or good
njshed with piirticulais: lit full. Madeira me. Pescay. 1 approve security will be

.1 ml1l ittZlor.Pen:1co1t L. & Al. A. Arm 10 Old Port Wine. Pensacola, Jan. 11th, 1828. required. ALSO,
: ICih Jan., 1WKOTICE.) K-i4 Ht. j stead..it head oFgoodStockC.ittlc
-- -- 10 Coerry Brandy, Superior. ))11.: 800tr1't
-- Vallafiaaitee or ,iJ '$
; alaga. "* '
: Cordials, first quality assorted in DISSOLUTION.THE
UJTC. 15ih,
.-- OJ1.1JUI.. the cases 1 doz. each. which will be sold! Low tcrWm.
.t I.L persons intercsted in the Estate 10 Wine partnership of FiSLAT & Ursu- I 1t C c.s.t.
.,-f1 ot l'ns (KccittBLAVE, deceased. NOTIC Hitters. in consequence: of tne death of
:ire hcreh) notified' that the undersigned, I CONSTl J'U I't: and appoint Micajah 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. Mr. James: Itushton, is dissolved ; all persons A. IJcll.Pcnwcola .

Clerk of thr f County Court; will c':. officio Crupper of Pensacola, my a -ent and -6 3 Barrels Half Bbls.Cherry Bounce. haviug claims against the late firm, _--- 8th Nov. l.SJr-34-lSt.:

tdrnp'iitr ->n sniJ t stute, pursuantto an or- attorney, i it< all matters and things relative Anniseed, Peppermint will present them to the subscriber for j --- ,
I to the delivery ai.d receiving forma-: and Cinnamon Cordials. settlement; and those .:mLowBEEs.'
tlu Il'.n !:ie .hul) t of the County pay persons indebted,
1 toriaU at the Navy Yard. For Sale by will come forward and &.-1Ug highest .
CcurJ. \!. liUlTKK, Clerk.L make pa>ment, price ia cab, gihl! 1u-
) J. (?. L'JIAKE, J). Cl'k. E. Montgomery. }i H. Nisbet, a s no indulgence can be given. sJL the above articles, by

eCniltoJa, lili January: 18J8-4-lti': IQlJilc, GUi Sept. 187--,' tf Pensacola, Dec. 20. 182". Pen i1c ;ltt. ?()t-b. Nor-JAMES i89T.-6--.t.FJNLAV. Julius Pecay.rn'dnbsTth ,
LS 4. JJcc. .S27--.f::

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