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 Material Information
Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Gazette
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: April 4, 1835
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 29 (Nov. 5, 1830)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1861?
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering resumes with new ser. vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 12, 1834).
General Note: Editors: P. Neufville, <1833>; B. Wright, 1834-1846.
General Note: Publishers: Adam Gordon, 1831- ; P.M.S. Neufville, <1833>; W.H. Hunt, <1833>; Benj. D. Wright, <1834>; John M'Kinlay, <1839-1858>.
General Note: Printer: J. M'Kinlay, 1834-1839.
General Note: "Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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Treasury, three-. thousand five hundred; do 11 eJe rn hundred; Forcoint>cns.itionto thesur\ejor in Florida Forcompensatkntothe-r" Attorney Oeii-,
1 lal'!!, two thousand dollars. etch of the I'nited Malts, lour 'tboutatiddollars.
For compensation to the clerks and messenger said office, For coinHMtsMlum| to the clerk) in the
in the office of tho Solicitor of : oflicc( of mud surveyor, three thousand- lot cumpensationiq the clerk in the of-
:. Treasury, threo thousand nine \ the Topo lam, fee of the Attorney General,right hundred
and fifty dollar iolhr. For additional clcik hire, -in order to dollars a
For compensation to the Secretary to I of tho Tope bring up the an t-ar., and for transcribing For a messenger in said office, fitt' nun*
BY: a it Commissioner the Sinking Fund to two bun- the n< Id notes of stud olTic', for the pun ld l ilollar: .
'seventh of February, one thousand I : I.,. and J fifty pooo of hating them tromnrd nt the scat rorcnntiugcmexpcnsesofsaid ofiice,11e
LA"'S OF THE UNITED STATES, hundred and thirty In'c, twenty six. : doU.r.and jj of (oernineni<< the bundred ilollam ltundrrelfolterrr. _' -
PASSED AT TUB SECOND Scaaioi TWENTY. thirty-nine cent.* '" of For rornpenioitioit to thin Sicreturyap- Forcomneimutioii to the reporter of the
THUD COSOBESSI.PCBUC. For the expenses of stationary, printing .ndre4 dol pointed b) the Prcwdcnt to sign!: all patents. decision i I f the hupriuio COlin,one thousand
., and all other incidental and >*. for lands sold or ,rlllllt'l1 ui.tier ll* ttuthorItref dollars *
[ No 18. ] expenses! of the several offices of the Treasury : "''erred from the t'mtcd Mates, |per act ofwctiMATarfh Jorruii' |)('nMtion to th. district attor- t
An Act mating appropriations tot tbe civil Department, the following if'"Yrtrr-I T ,-rlgtitiui bundled, aryl thirtj"-thre iu3- niwl luiirsltals, aagrantedby law, including -
and diplomatic expense of Government sum viz.For *. one thousand fist buudTil doll:irs. those in the several Territories, and
for the year one thousand eight hundred the office of the Secretary of '' ), ten For ronij.riwation to the Comniikninner including the mint of three thousand one t
,and thirty five.. *, Treasury, including the copying und etpenses l ) ;: of lie Public IliuldjnRi lu \-hingUii City hiuidrtd\ nod vfventy-flvodollars, being a
He tl enacted by the Senate and IliuttofJiepretentalmtttifthe I incurred in consequence of tho burniug clerk! hire two Ibotmand dollars. d<'lieu'ncy In appropriation to meet the
.Untied Statttof I of the Treasury building twelve'' thousand i "n of chins For the purchase books for the Libra- exi'duliiuielor the fourth quarter Of one ,at
America ** UansreittutembledtThtil the fire buuJred dollars 1 : rr 'into rlrei ofCoixsrcxi, Cite Iliousuiid dollars. tbuiiMiiid right hundred and lhtrt>'-four,
following sum be, and toe same are here* rorthe office of the First luin- For salary) of the III'illt'lllill| and assistant, r1fioritUK>UMiuHighthundredndcvrnt)..
by, appropriated, to be paid out of any uu, one thou nnd 'five hundred. dot Inn, \ re\olutioiu librarians, and for t ntingciit. CYps'nseof fi\t dollars.
appropriated rnouey in tue Treasury, m, For the office of the First .' $; four bun- tho library end l pay' of n !IIIt'lIlIt'r thin ,i'or defraying( the expenseof the i-u- i
For pay and mileage of the member of one thousand five hundred dolhis thousand seven hundred and fifty itollurr i,n ore circuit, ttiut District courts of theCuitad
Congress and Delegate,' three hundred For the olbee of tile Second Comptroller : : Oflieo, For new "articles/ of furniture for tho : htau-e, UwludUig the District of Columbia
and tiny three thousand twa hundred and one thousand five hundred dol'art : and fifty dol library Congress, fifteen hundred dollar t also, for jurors and witnesses in L.
forty eighf dollars For the office of the First 'Auditor elg* For compensation tu the e/ncers and! aid of the fund. arising from fine penali
For pay of the officers and clerks of the hundred dollar expense: of deck of the Mint, tin thuusan.il six .bun. : lies\ and forfeiture incurred ,in t1io )er
Senate and House of Representatives, thirty For the ,office of the $and I .. and other dred dollar eighteen hundred and tblttj-four, and pie-
three thousand seven kundred dollar!', nine thousand dolhr : Ute CVmiiiins- For compensation to assistants In \lIe tiding yearn) and likewise for defraying
For stationary, fuel, printing, and all For the office of the Third Auditor.- : ut five hun- i several departments of the Mini, and wages tbeoxpenneaof mil in which the Lnueufiute
other incidental and contingent expenses hundred dollars of lahorer cinplojcd in thc \urioui OHerationsof *ass concerned, and of proheculiut
\ of the Senate: including twenty thousand For the ofhce of the Fourth Auditor I : } (' and the cslnbiiahnwntteeluding our for oflenres i-oniinittedrogainft' the l titled ;
.. ."dollars deficiency of appropriation for the thousand dollars exotutne thousand dollars for the salary of an iu- Male, and for the eofe/ harping of prisoner -
.same objects for tho year one thousand For the office of the Fifth Auditor, \ \ fifty dollars .is1antilsMi)crtwuitthree tbotisaud dot *, three bundred thousand dollars
eight hundred and tb.ltl.oul'he! snm of thousand dollars *of said buil- lar*. For ,the payment of sundry p..ioll't.J
tehtY- For stationary fuel printing, and all United States nevetvhundred dollars! ono hundn-d nnd repairs, tout of niaihinwy, for IIUOline \\'- tine ihouHmul three.hundred and fid> dol- t
other incidental and contingent expensesof Fur the office of Register of' the Treasu.r : of rooms oc (! for wastage iu gold and sitter coin lair, r
the House of Representatives, two hun one thousand dollars. Itureau aim a age of the Mint, thirty'nine itiousnml six I Forlbc Htippoit and maintenance of lightuiiiKis 4-
dred thousand dollars. Tho two sums lastrnentioaedtohoapplied I Fur the anise of the Solicitor ,of the and antsy MIX hundred and fifty dollars. Doatiiic light, leacons, buoys,
to the payment of Treasury, one tbniunnd dollar. JumdieU and For defraying the exerts. of expenditure and stakeage, including tile purcbste oflamps '
tho ordinary expenditures of the senate For the o.flee or the Commissioner .o bundled' In the several departments' of the Mint for oil, keepets'aelstks, repair end!
and hoses! of. Representatives severally, ho i General Land Office including / the je roruthouw nd right bundred.nnd iinprou lucnts, aud contingent rrirn"eii, c,
nnd to no olber purpose hUIIirj'ltIJOu'4.m.t parchments and cost O rJ.llIlld IUCH- I hirty-onr beyond tbeiur fiphtctnbundnd t\\ o bundled aid sixty-eight ibououud one -' s
For compensation to the President and primus: patent, twenty two thousand 'rtarl of the and thirty-four illative lu the gold hundred and fill-two dollars! and fill) -nineci
Vice President of the United states: the doll:trs, five hundred 'coinage, including v ;"iiic: on said cnui- 'tits. a fTonmke
Secretary of State, the {secretary of the For Idiuoinl: clerk hire in the I issuing age, twenty thotiwiiid dollars; good a (1dlC"l b"y In the fund
Treasury, the Secretary of War, the bcc ofniUur.' siincys and for prune ) of the For' compciiMiiion to the' Gnrtior, forum n liclvf Mrk and duabltd tt'uPk-n., r
Tetaryof the Nivy, sad the Postmaster claims, and in ndjustiu the accounts t\\o tbou- ludgcvand Secretesof the Mirbigun1'erntory at evtublmbed by the net nlxiieblh July
General l, sixty thousand dollars I of the surveyors. general four thousautl Including l live hundred dollarsurrenrngisof .('UIIIM'" hundred and rlnrly-eljht, sndthird
For clerks and messengers In the oflUeof : dollars >ntent! of : romll| ....uou to tho Go\nn-: May, eighteen bundled: aid two
tho Secretary of State,. twenty thousand For compensation to six addional clerks ,;tig and the nor of said 'l'errUtlrfrum thirtieth of twentyfise ihotifHiid dolbir '
three hundred dollars one aud to aid It.Tt'l'i"termg sale o and, fifty ,dol- Juno to tbiriy-rlmt Ticcmlicr, eighteen For pairs' of the marine bcvplial w)lInt
For clerks, machanist, and messenger: lands{ Adjusting actornu of receiver hundred and Uiin>'-',tr, ten thousand five at Uwl ta. MonoacbtiMtt*, fitc hundred,
in the Patent office five thousand four hundred of public moneys, and for opening r,0 AIIIIIMla"t hundred dolUrn., dollurs. A
dollar tract books, milking"indexed, and bringing nc\ dollar for contingent cxpeohCiiof. (the Michigan Fir eielodlnff tbe,curiouvbftie/ : lit it ..
For incident.it' and contingent expenses up other arrears, BUt thousand dollars. <<,(\.* hid tnci.- Territory, tlucu huudria t aid fifty Norll'Ik "'lib .abrkk null, and repoi-cpr r
of tho Department of State, including the of For rCMwlng the old War 'office Postmaster I dollar! ,' the! tu"tr.m.1Jou"e bnikllr.ff three il.e tund i

expense! of punltshng and distributing", ,the- -Virginia!..4..mtmmm military mj9 '''alIA1 warrants.m.,tlmfy and jlm __ f fflte Hundred For rowpenxaiK'n. end, nulrsge ,of the four hundred and fifty dullara. "N1. -
JAws,:twenty Bra (bouRne! dollirs.. one thousand five hundred dollars << ol said OAfCe, I of the officers- o?i ilieTbuiuTT t ;Tutl!-;luiioii-""' f C51Ge6s\ ln 'n'p'lti"r"1k'J(MifWi/16P( / t ,
For contingent and incidental expensesof : For the praperauon o f m<*p. to dollar nry, and prinloitf, nine Iliow-un niiie hundred car ba liiB charge, tl.C rij.tio| propertyc::
the Patent Omce, two thousand dollars and check the quantities and technical! designation the buildings! end twenty dollars. Jlt Sandy Hook, New erseytour puDdrru iyfdollars. '
compiling and printing the BiennialRegister of of fractional / 'to of the of / .
For parts flection* ( For pay and Jink-age mcmbcrlt !'!if
one thousand eight hundred dol- prepantory to tbe issuing of 1I.'t'llts1.1' / sixteen the .gl14ll1ti.o Council, puy of UIG'or For expense in relation t'O.lho' roiief'afcertain .
lan in comparing the charge made by survey freer of the Council' and, the Incidental Imxhrnt dc biers ef Jhe JLnlUd !l
For the superintendent and 'Watchmen ors.general with the line exhibited on l wr the year expenses of an extra session. of fihl (;oust. Sautes" under the aef lit. seventh Jvnr,1-
the northeast executive building, one' thoU- return of survey, one thousand dollars t'1 thirl)'- cil, beld'at Detroit in the )ear, eighteen ..'lahlCfllhulldl1'< 'and five hundred dollarL For writing, recording, examining making and lifly-fivc hundred and thirtyfourour thousand pad, dollars. !
For contingent expense of said building i out lists, and transmitting eighty ,/ two. hundred and ixty-itlit( doll r. and For a beacon cm |lb]4 pit'ra..ftt the mouthof
including fuel Jabor, oil 4 repairs of the thousand patent, fifteen thousand dollar and tigbiy-onerent Gcnexce river aimSodu bay. a* autbQ-r o
buildings; tbrei thousand- three hundred *, material and For compensation to the Governor, rlzed by the pct| of be tbirlietb Jui and fifty dollars. For additional clerk hire In the ,State, and Judges, and Secretary of tbe Arkansas teen hundred and thirty-Tour in addition totn
For compelta'ion! to the clerked mes-. private land claim, to aid in the Investigation Tin 1 story nine thousand dollars. former appropriation of fourtbci.a.: '
Mum i ill hc sixteen seven hunt of land titles ; and writing and ,recordIng : -\or Gen Tor incidental expenses per act ef In tny dollars, the autnot three tbotsard, euii 'm .
ahe Treasury, tbouesnd deeds of transfer of lands reserved : Michigan, two fU-hl, tcvcii bundled and twvuly dollars. hundred and ftftjr dollar.: .* f'4'''..
Bred doUan. individual Indians under treaties after conveyances For contingent expense ,of the Arknn- For a Ught hdyse orLellcon.11.'bUIt.o'ie t
For compensation to the First thousand Comptroller by them, two thousand In the of- Territory, three hundred and fifty dol. of the plre. ai Ijbc harbor of O.t'Iu.lJ1 $
of the Treasury, three the thousand une arc. ? Lake Optarlo, li* authorized by the net ofibe ,
hundred doUar. lars.For translation, and for expense'. For coinpeuMatioif! fiijd mileage ot the thirtieth of Juno, eighteen bundled t', :.
For compensation to the clerks and man passports and sea letters three hundreddolla l In ,order tu mombers the legatuulureofthsTerritory mid thirty-four, in addition to a former appropriation + .
IlCUgen In the otftee of the first Comptroller ,*. the of Arksnuas, including fuel, datleiiary, of three thonitaad 'lx hundred'
; nineteen,thousand three laundre4,,fdolrJars. For tatiug and printing the public accounts tbe purpose of printing/ and distribution the law, In and fcixiy-Wx dollar,'tJ1 +uq't of a'lt' tbot sand *
,' : for the year one thousand scat of dor- addition to an unexpended UtUiue,of for- four bundled and eighty.flc, dollar. 'C
For compensation to the Second Comptroller hundred and thirty-fiveone thousand hundred dol user appropriation of six ihou.and pifh For the removal of the light-bouse noW ..;l 1n
of the Treasury, three thousand dol"For hundred doUar hundred and evonly4wo dollar and filtyix on time north end of Goat "bland,:near ILt; ""'' Pib.ubol
For compensation of superintendent ) ,in Il rents, the sum of two thousand ji"el of Nrwjort, Rhode Island as i p. Ii
compensation to the clerk and mes- watchmen of the buildings occupied by. \ the office of hundred Comp- Treasury Department Including in the office cent eikbteen hundrrd .a4.tbirtY"f'our addi- l"t I
.troBen thonsand four.. and' fiftyd0ForrtcompenMtion 'for one thousand eight hundred and thirt eight bun- For compensation! to tbe Governor, lion to former.appropriation or'hU .n"
; : three, the sum of two thousand four. ',hundred .... N Jiut IIC'"* and Secretary of alto ..Fl'orida'J'er- .it ousmul! nix hundred: dollar, tbc'sutu' .'"' I
to he first Auditor of I and seventy five dollar. .'.\\0 : in eider to ritory, eleven thousand iciest: bundred tblrtylwoNouwrdcur bundted dollar Ji I
thousand dollar For Incidental and,'.satin expense ; : the dollars. fur >>urvejli>s the public UruJ, in atdi- I
FoVcomSnsatkm to the clerk and me of said building including, fuel, labor Oil I the nurpoKe of For tIlt!contingent ex pence!,of the Flay lion tajto unexpended balance of former 't
enger in the office ef the. first, Auditor, r repair Airniiure, and for rent, amounting the seal of rids Territory, three! hundred and.fifty qolar -! appropriation( seventy thousand, dollar +
fourtf'eP thousand doll.... Auditor i to three thousand seven hundred .. .. .. .1 For surte Slate tie Iota Jn the lowuc h>.' ..
For compt'Usatlon to the Second : fifty dollars, eight thousand dollar Geiuv For com pl'nllAttoft and mileage of the' uric to the of Illlnol, a* authorized
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of the Treasury, three thousand dollars I For compensation to the clerk and messenger live hundred members of tbe Legislative Council i>f t lo- by the art of third March eighteen .boa- ,- 't' "
For C'Ompensatloo to the clerks and me* in the office of the Secretary' ; rida. pay of offlcers and aerfant of the i dyed und Uenty-tbrre firf,, huadivd dollar i
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In the once of the!> Second Auditor I'War, twelve thousand six hundred! and fifI in said office, coiinciLfrel, stationary, printing, sand in *. << : '
.engera crenteen thousand dollarsi'Fdr I ty dollar d<41ar*. 1-, eidental'expensespcr act ,of eighteenth Forth* salaries.. of two keeper.>t the"
compensation to the Third Auditor For contingent expense* of the office :.,'order tu June, one Ibocimiid clubt, bundred and publio archive in Florida one '1t6usan4'dolw. .j
of the Treasury, three,thousand 4 nar..; the Secretary of Har, three thousand dollars. 4tarwrib u, thirty-four, and thirtieth'hi"' ,'one thousand ..' t'
atlntr to the Hka aDd mho ;f;rtb pur eight hundred and thirty-four maven compcnwtiorT to ,the recarder, (worommissloner ,,, ,
stingers in the o ire of the Third Auditor, Far book map and plan for the 1% : ,.,tbe *et thousand four bundred dollar *, and translator, for the ff
root thousand: Ave hundred and Department,. one thousand dolbit*. I ass. Fpr the printing aad distribution ofthe nal iviment of prifati Mud .claim. ui
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f\\"Dty ':,For messengers the Bounty Land Bureau I .:surveyor. |to taut* and journal, and publication ef Uie /MitlUri ( "Jllb. first January to the first r
filtydollars.tnntlo the Fourth .tudtt four hundred dollar. ; .., !awaofaid Territory, In three newspaper October,.el.bt hundred end tdr'lr"c,
three tbonaed d.u..... For compensation to the Commi I clerks tithe. *, a* required by I&wone' thousand persetoflbe ,..eatJ-tCfell\b'' Juoei I +"'r.;.
of the Tre eqmpetuatloft UUry fa the, eJer1r'and"1 Hoo of, Indian affair, three thousand d/ijlar hundred d41- eight hundred .n4DlneC1 dollars. ken hundred and 'hlr1.fDuI tJw'.am ofPuour ..
For iti\he oft\ee ot the Founts Auditor for compensation to the clerk and jne e For alJowelWtI to the law agent, aMiUntcoujiid .. thousand five hundred, and *.Ten..
senger thoIt'and KreA b.ndred.aqd AI cpger in the office of Indian affairs, (n order lo and district attorney, under l ten. dolUr ,
; seventeen\ } thousand seven"hundred dollars. transcribing the act. for Ibe ettlemnl .of ,private land For contingent expenses and office rent
'a'J dollM'L.rompeneatinn' to the- -J"U\II-C" iCndltor: ; For contingent expenses of said office for the pur- rlairo in Ilorida, four tbounnd pond fifty of add board including' five vbondred dol- '
For three fbOllfllnd doUa. eight hundred dollss.Porcompeepatioa '" a* the scat dvllsrs" lars for conveying the final report to the..i
of the TreeteatY, to the cJ rt.'nd oteuer totbe clerks and messenger dolUxs. For expense of clerk Lire, interpreter, eat of Government one thousand dollar*:.. "
1 For compensation! the Fifth tortwelve la the office of the Postmaster GenerC surveyor: in .office"re nV and itlationary. rendered c*> stationary slid bek for,tbe. fficc
-, in the eighof t Autvdred dollars.ForMm four ttwU-"nd.LI hundred dollar ceary to .lh*' Judge ,vf 'Superior' of f mlUioMrt Lout, 004 thousand't
thotuand Mnedjoe In the TrMturer ofl FoycontlagtDlexpenaedo: : ( said dfllce : ka In the of. .Court of l&Jt.IJOIjd.: at .Aufusline, t*'o hundred dollar"> V
" dStatcsIbreethoU"I doltanC ,three hundred"dollar*, -nd..'fn I intbeperformoaceof., the ,.rnlc'* required For additions payiBeulJor the statue of
l the l'DI the Register of the For vontinge4 I expense of said, .' .If> W of bin under the act for tbo relief of inbabiunuof Washington" five thoua04. dollar t
For eofil ftreethouswd asatlon 10 dottara Including' printing advertisements .,,. : in.:order, to Kat f'Jorld"oI June twenty Fvr the,dhNrharge of such mlarellaaeOtis .
thousand five buadred dollars. ,' Mcrit4ng six, oral inousand eight. hundred end ciaime agini" the Vailed tares not
mein Fotreompeitsatloo' to the clerk in & fgf the pur: thirty-four one thousand ale. hundred. and otherwise provided for, ae shall be ascertained d
f ... office of the Chief Engineer, two shlue.tat: :seventy-five dojlsrs. ud admitted in due course of ctlkmenl '
thnu.i'td dot1an. th the,larks and mae nine hundred and fifty dollar ; ttb Ji't Imn For _pen.atloo U tbe Chief /usllee, ";tb!.Trrswry, twelve do&Woi'1ti. f
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uf Fo':' compensating the negt .of the For contingent expense of MId office. ibraMia4,JiuiM'uftbe Vnbed.Jftate*,
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wagers In the yMca thousand to bunis one thousand dollar.' ia AI- :elrtly-oo* thoneand tour Iawwte4 dollars aalarie. *ftfUc mmbtUr of the IVbbed
1n Treasure, twenty four For expense? of the Jithograplie ,rat .. For be cvpe0r of primiu the recent> 8t lr* to Fran, >pam, and BUM, atwentyspvrn
area dona"- Use Commissioner the.War Department .even hundred ... > flak arid of tbe fjepreme Court uf the hailed Bute, thousand dollar .
d For ee iprnsstton to three tbOUSand fifty dollar. ,/* IN said awr- for to sera of eitbteen( hondred Ned ihlr- for -.1tr.f the charte dee affair
is of the General Laoc101tce. : ; I' Foreompenfcatioa Jo tbe clerk la ... ly-fie, hre* thousand dollar t* 1'011Urea' Driuin, Deamark,
1' a dollars.C "t"rt and --aw-' -' Ordinance Offlce/lwo thousand JaJef.). Is order to Yet aalatJe.oIUuhiel Justice 'an4aMociale Sweden, Ilol $J, Turkey lklIIIaail'ClnlpPrrn Amera
'II, For compensatoa tn the died and fifty doflara. tru..fLbIa judge of the Pistrkt of Cojom- MUSeo.; fDIral
""'CetS in abe olliNl Dl the CmrolasN ahoa- For.omits gent expense. of aid for/ the pur* bla.sudotbe nine Judges ol Ihe Orj'ean1Co : New Grenada, FiaMU, and. Venezuela, !
of the Gtlwnl Land Ofllee eight bundreeUoIlara. '\ 4 at the scat ittef the said' l>iUkt, nine thousand ixiy-even tbetwABd five bundreil dollar*.
rand. For ATe eompeaaat6Q hundred dollar'-to tbs tiobettorAf ..tbaLt f'or nompenaatlon w t4, MA in the o /:I }dollar, five. bund red dollars, For the drofocnan to the kgstJotj of tlvI > 9

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I United States id Turk y,.anct for contingent shall be done\ toy the Clerk of said Court r', No. t8.. .. 1 I i rid away his right'let,and pawing through! NAVY AGENTS FFiC )
6pem bf that legation, six thousand presently 6fur the deli*err ofimch opinion. An ADT supplementary to an act entitled"an hh horse took of a portion off the left The' Pensacofo April 3d 1835.
t five hnadrel dollars. For the publication of the new system of act to authorize the extention, construction remaining portion of the left leg was cutoff SEALED PROPOSALS win be
j fur ouini of 4 minuter of the United discipline and tactic for the use of the ar and tie of a lateral branch ofthe by a surgeon-and during aiuputa hue; Office until 12 o'clock;
Suit* to Ja>>ain, nine th9Utfndlolars.Por } .< my of the United States, 'two thousand six Paltimore and Ohio Railroad into and sod dressing, the brave officer smoked a Wednesday the 13th present month
uinm* to in*. 4hrg<:. dM affair to hundred dollar f.Jshd for compenation toWiriffield Within the District of Columbia," passed cigar-rsckrtelymoving ,a muscle of, hit I nishing stone'of the following
.VeiattuU: add" Pohugii. biab. thpussjtd Scott the aiilho and compiler pecembereighteen hundred and twenty face during' the painful operation.: lie 1m to complete-the>Vbarf erecting at
1 ...AMt $ ; A and for superintending the printing of the nine. '. gered till the 21st September, Mural was Yard near this place, each! letter
..t't FoioaUUofa charge dr affair to iienle .,ame,'five thousand dollar 'R,it enatttd by the Senate and ffwttofHetiretentaticet condemned to death at Naples in 1819, and proposals tofuinish, stone for
tfairktHTt, ) Prussia, ) tie may be required, ,For additional. pay to the officers of the ofttit United Stulet of A. shot-looking steadfastly ,t the sofdkr 750 Percbe 4 feet long 2 feet w'I
four thousand five hundred dollar.. navy d the civil establishment! of the navy werica ijtftj* rr* s vtftmbled,' That tjeDalfimore | and desiring them to aim at his herfrt and foot thick.
V9f coatihgeut expenses of all the mission yards granted by act of tbe J'relfn&"Jmo and Ohio Kaiiroad Company be, surface. The fateof AVy "/be bravest of the 750: :Perches 3 to 4 feet ]long
abroad,. thirty thousand dollars, ion of Congress; two hundred and ninety and they are hereby, authorized to locate brave"is familiar to all. "He ,,'ho'bad and I foot thick. ; '
For a balance due John Randolph Clay, five thousand seven hundred' and thirty and construct their suid road within th city; fought five hundred battles for Francenot 600 Perches 2 to 3 feet long. 2. ,
//ekWge del affaire at Russia, thirteen hufy- two dollar and seventy four cent of Washington, through squares nine hundred oue against ber-r-was shot as a traitor,'' and foot thick. .. '
.dred dollars.' For alteration* and repairs the capitol and nine eight hundred and eighty being In the 74th year of his age. PicA 800 Perches 1 to 2 feet tong 2 (

for a balance due toNalh. nJel files late including the dome of the chamber of, eight, hundred and fifty-eight! eight hundred eru was found dead in a dungeon with a and 1 foot thick. ,
Charge do* affaires at France, five bau.- the Senate: and House of Representatives: and thirtyrtwo, nine hundred, and black silk h.ndkerchiellwilted tight round The stone will be subject to such
and and fifteen dollar* ana'sixty-two cents replacing aud renewing the copper of the eight, eight< hundred and cighty-eveu, his neck and a stick thrust through the tion as the commandant of the '
Jfcin addition to the sun appropriated for his mama, and fainting the ceiling of the RoIund6 eight hundred and fiOy.. X1 eight hundredand knot, whether by his own hand or the !shall direct,:. and must be In *trict '
ofaerrjce"*. charge dcs affair aforesaid, by twelve thousand fivo. hundred She actrof thirtieth June, one' thousand X one eight hundred and seven, Mven'bon- 6VA it eight hundred and thirty-four. For salary of the gardener employed In dredand.eveaty-Mx;seven hundred ind fif -making 18 of the 28, who no longer survive. The 1 To Captain John Downe thesum of onethoiuana superintending the-capito! square and oth ty-one, seven haodred and eighteen, in the tractor board the Coffer dsrnof
I and< eighty dollar, la reimburse' ,er public grounds one thousand dollars. same manner andJ'with the same right Of the remain. Ingtin?RernadoltelaKing or such other place as the .
I \I'' pent of the cote of present* to the native For lighting lamps and .keeping the and of Sweden Grouchy left France for this the Yard may direct The
9" authorities in.Society "and SandwichIslands grounds and walks |In order, including cost by the act teuetluDofftheirlsidruedwith- country after the 'second abdication. No commence on or before tbe first day
while 'commanding ,the 'squa' of tree and shrubs four thousand. live hundred lot the cn mention made of the death of Mancey next Two hundred perches to be
J dron!"of the United State* in. the Pacj/ic dollar > % in the Di.tr.t.bl! Columbia beyond the ; and Jourdan, Macdonald Marmpnt, ed weekly until the contract Is
ocean.. For alteration and repair of the Presi limits of the City of Washington, any sportier, Oudinot, Soult and Mcf or severally Offers to specify the Trice' pet
I 'I For the salaries of the agents for claim dent' House for gardener's salary and for thing in the said act contained to the con gave in their adhesion to Louis Phil:: quality ofstonc, size and
*tLpmton ft Paris, four thousand dollar keeping the ground*.and walks in order' trary notwithstanding j and the assent! of ippe in August. 1830. and for aught we required commence, delivery,
For the expense of.intercourse with the Including the coat of trees and. shrubs, four Congress hereby given to the construction know are all still living.. perrchesv of"stone that, can, be .
1 I I Darbary Power, seventeen thousand four thousaud. two hundred dollar*. of the said railroad through or over any weekry.Th .
f hundred dollar For lay&g a line of iron .water pipes ,of the said lots or parts! of lots which are Schools, Lave: been established in the proposals will be opened 'ix
f At. For the relief and protection of AmericanSTseamenln from the State to the Deportment, seventeen owned by the United States.Srev .' French colony of Algiers, and the pupilsare sense of myself and the commandant
/ foreign countries-thirty) tbousJ .hundred dollars, 9, And be itjurther enacted That composed of Europeans ArabS and Yard, a contract will then be
dollar. '' For improving 'LafayetW" Square three the main stem .of the said railroacf; after native Isrealitef. The plague at.Oran has between the person whose offer ia
Forjlie' contingent expense of foreicoI hundred dollar. < passing through the square. or lot above- ceased. be thelowl'lt.on.tb one part the
intercourse, thirty thousand dollar. > For the annual"expense of, |wo tiro.'en- named, or lay of them,.. shall not be constructed mandant of the Yard and myself on
V,a:"For eofftyen.:& on'and expense: !' of an a- gives twohnndred dollar. west or south of a point at the Intersection PORT" OF PSNSACOLA. ther part.acting for and in. behalf
gent to Havaiia-19 procure the archives ofI1 Forprcparing: the nighe for the reception of II, street north with Delaware ? Arrived., Navy.Department. It.will be
*I-jhorila, four thousand five hundred dollars. or the statues at the east front of the avenue, until the route from that Schr. Elisabeth, Forsyth New Orleans the contractor to give good. and
;I fjw For completing a "Digest of COhuneri capitol four hundred and .bty dollars.. point to the final termination of the main cargo to Navy Agent. and Geo. Willis bond to secure the faithful
f''irP.. plat Regulation J( Foreign Countries," tut- AI For repairing the culvert at the west front stem of raid road shall be surveyed and approved and Co. t I the contract. ,
+ I ,j'I ': ; irresolution) of theJioqstf ''of?H>pre* of the capitol) three hundred and'.eighty by the Mayor,,Board, of Aldermen, Departed Ten per centum will be with helm
i \ ; U. .cntati vc*of the third flf iMareb.;, eighteen dollars.' :AForeompletingthe and Board ofCommon Council of the City Schr.' Nancy, Sydleman, New Orleans.' the amount, as collateral security, '
f. r- bund re-1 add thirty. 'oC on. thouund' 'fife'JHsliwtd! ;dollar for putting In order the Congressional shall be so surveyed and "approved,' the Sfhr Ozello, Cutts, Tampico 04,600 feet formance of the Contract.'which ',. :
II Ik ItXpcnseJ in obtaining I imrmtion-from foP Burial Ground,. six hundred dollar. said company shall be, and they rare here Lumber 120,000 shingle by the Master. be paid until the oDtraet shall be '
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countries the of thOllsaud 4-See, And be if 'enacted authorized with In all respects. .
'sietgu sum isix further by; to construct thMiaid railroad -- --' -- "
t r L.Wi hundreddotUrt.. : !_ That six hundred and fifty thousand acres on the Aid route, under suck restrictions A CARD,, BYRD WILLIS. ;S'ny' ;
i t JFor ,compensation to Lemuel Slater, for of land In addition to the quantity heretofore and condition as may be agreed upon /The undersigned begs leave to return to -
{'iee.'J'JFQlrect.lrt. l information;iq. the I appropriated by the act enutled "An by the said Railroad Company and the Com.Jlenley: and_Captains Rousseau, and E\et.Ua Notice:
I fr'l" tale I hoda Island, upon the extent and act for the relief of certain officers and soldier luayor'Hoard of Aldermen, and Board of Eiramlia County .AFil4tA' :
I : &AI! tiolJ of manufacture of that 1State'ua. of the Vlrinlajline"'Ud navy and Common Council of the said City of Wash' Webb ofthe Navy, his thank for the prompt is hereby given that an
!'*, appointment of the' Secretary'offjthe of the Continental army during the revolu- ington. and effectual relief lately afforded him in NOTICE r Delegate to represent
I 'Treasury,. in eighteen' hundrecj and ttonary.war-approved the thirtieth day of Sea 3. And be it further enacted, Thai saving the Schooner Echo wben in danger in Congress: will

i(L .;thirty-two, eight hundred and ten dollars, Mayon0 thousand eight hundred and thirty I if the said route from the intersection of H of being wrecked at the:,Grand Lagoon.- on Monday the 3d day of May 1835
podiwenty-eeveacents. ..- and the act entitled "An act to extend street and. Delaware avenue should pass thanks following plates in said County
.t ?-. For.completing the.public warehouse, Jn the time for issuing military land warrants through any unimproved lots or squares, His ar&ald particularly' due to sailing Miprrintendance ot the following.
1. Baltimore, ixty thousand dollar to officer and ;soldiers of the revolu- except publc{ reservations! the said Railroad faster Lambert .and. the officers in tors tizNo. :- ,
: a .a': the payment of the balance of the tionary war\ pproved thirteenth I Company shall be end they are here- charge of the Boats which came to his re 1 Arthe Court House .
i j ty>f Valentine Gieuy. late super-mien-- day of July, one thousand eight.hun to construct their road : lief. RANDAL ALLIS.Ut the hat precinct, .
dent ofthe Cumberland load,east of the. dud and .thirty two and the act entitled through or over the same upon the same Barkley Francisco Moreno'and

,t Ohio river" eight huudred :; nd 'sixty-two. "An act granting an additional quantity terms, and with the priviliges, as are prescribed ) 14leCttOU': Willis, '
dollars all ..Fur a purcb4118oC..U''and: building a bounty Land warrant," approved the In the arid section of this act Monday mitt the 6th,Jusl.( the annual In the& precinct,Inspector* Isaac S.
'ttUtom-hou.e In the city',of Boston /fifty second day'of March one thousand eight Sec., 4.. And be further enacted That Election for Mayor and Aldermen i dleton Jeremiah Ingrahanv Dd D.
J ihouaand dollars! in addition to what may hundred and thirty,three, be and the same the said company are further authorized to of the City ofPensacola! will be held at I No. 3 At. the the House Of
bf.oejt&inod bf a sale of the present cultonv arc hereby- appropriated t to be applied In construct branches of their road from the the City Hall under the superintendence:.ofR.MeFORDZS M'Cravy, Florida Town in the 3d p
.. bonaey prot>49d available: site can be ob11 the manner provided for in said acts to the mein.stem thereof \ wtih 'In the said cityj to T. Inspectors David, 8. McCrevy ..
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\, tained! and a cuatom-houee"aatisfactoryto unsatisfied warrants, whether '.original or such place or \aces, and in such number LE :.' Simpson .and Samuel, Keyser. '
11\ I the.Secretary of the.. Treasury can be. .built, duplicate which have been or may lie iaault of tract*, a* the j) corporate au'hority.oflbe BARON.. f No. 4 At the House. of John' y'J
1 'L lb nftJ n ..1, ;-r--1 --V-:7--- --" Cbmtaissionnerss "
"r .nl tn n In H. iini the .th..PltJ.I1t..t.. Sbi .Yard. Jn
jBrltatpurpwKu 18(1 an other .therein, described ; and milt '/'roT f the of thepier ..and ''wba" the certificates of issued to shall|not of the ;; '
y ij rut Repair scrip pursuant pas through any public.re, LlaV liettetrs. 'ner. -
fi I l&if oa. acted wuh the pu&lic stores staten said shall receivable In for '
) : on sets payment ,servations., T in the Post I No. 9 At the" House af Loflin
Remaining Office Pensacola
.Il1aod1q; consequence of the damage done any bf the public land. liable to lIale) at pri .Sec. B. 'AAd. itfurAei 'enacted! ThatIt 1 Cold Water In Ute 6th precinct.
to.them by slate t gale, .forth. reboildiqg of vat.cgtryt 'Pr'oriidThatAoscriphailbe shall be.lawful for the said company, and '_ April 1833.PerloD'. enquiring tore Loftin cotton James W. '
for letter
: ; the store thnrwn'down in consequence bf issued until the '''lit' day of September they.arehcret,empowered to obtain, by .., 'Used: letters.on.this list will ak, for adver-i\J Benjamin Kennedy .
the breaklnjVp of the foundation on which next;'and warrant shall be received In the gift or purchase,,any lot or lots'adjacent to A. Allen 'B No. 6. At the House of Angus
It stood by the amjf gale, and for putting General Lnnd'Office until that day and immediately any+street or avenue along which theraid Alexandre- F..A. ; 4, Adams. Henry, 2., 'cbolson In the 6th precinct. East side
on a'ns>r rout and other repilrs to the remaiuiug thereafter; i if the amount filled company shall construct their said road Armstrong .B.Nat'r.Ad.am. cambia River IDII AoguaW..
.tore;'{the- '*uu ;\Qf thlttyejghtthousand exceed six hundred and fifty thousand acre or W.
dollar? to be expended under the the.'Commissioner of the General Land Office same in inch manner a* may be necessary Bernard:-Bernard T. B. O.: ; Baehe Dr..B. F..2. N \7 At the House of Samuel
--, -direction of the Secretary of ttat- ; shall apportion. the ,said six.hundred for the purpose* of said company, or for Cecelia Bell.Jame .Eo. Byrne Miss in the7th rtetlnCl; West .Ide at-am
1 II I f .atltthawork. to be done?upon"1 contractonthe and fifty thousand acres of land :among the the beneficial uw of sold road or the bran BaltzcllG.F.Marg. BorneslVt. Bodgit Hardin er..,Inspectors"Samuel ,Patterson
ordintr f,mode of 'letting'contracts for warrant which may be then on' file in fall ches'thereof'and the"said company shallbe It. Barcklcy G.BrowpMone*, Brackenridge Bradley,and John E. Printte. :
"- \VNallV.Dlantn" MId.
s puhUc'worb.. satisfaction thereof. .*.. authorized to'extend and construct y CRUPPER
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i )::' {: JoCyam.n1'ot) preparing J Printing and 'See; 3. And bt it 'further .enacted, track of railway into any' lot or 'lot so W....L. + : "
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,4' X binding tno documents ordered to be print That the 2d section Of the act making appropriation beld by them in connexion with the traeks -Cooper Thos. 4, Cook Michael M. fllO HOCTBMN' 'MEBCHAKTS.-
-t 1, by. O414- and Statue, 'dM1 '1M came for' the civil and diplomatic IQ au)'adjacent street'or', avenue: Provided Clark bliss Mary fl'. C., Centeno Miaa Mary X DAM fir ATJOYD 167 Pearl atreet,
....ttiet! and rw !r rations' ItA w rabcontw4 expenses of the Government/ifor. the ,year That the'Area use of any street or a- Lodoista, Collins James T. 8.:Chambles YORK, are: now-receiving a very
r 't In tho appropriation for ..the Mite 1834, I. hereby repeated and that .the venne'shallnot Impaired-thereby j Andprovided John, Coe Mrs., Samuel. Centeno Elizabeth, assortment of 'British' Jriah. Scotch.
object, in the act of May,11\4 fiftheighteen( Secretary of the' Treasury 'be, and he Is also,,:That; the said company Collins. B. Campbell James G. Cheney man and American DRY COODS,
bundredan49h: ;riy.! Yft fortyrtoouaarndt : hereby"authoriud to-pay tor the collector shall not use' employ any'.steam engine Cobb Danlel2.CarroJl/obn J:; Calame Samuel, ble for the Spring "trade:,:.whkb they
., t ollais. naval officers; surveyors aryl their re peet. : In drawing or propelling the tara,'"'.,onat, Eukltl.-Nat'y.-campbelJ Lieut on the most rfcaonable>rm*among
wFor payment fur prta'ting the dQeirit 1taI' clerk together with the weigher. of the .or othenehlclelt ,Oft any'part of the raid Arch. Cross Lieut .born,Engineer Ser. te.-,4": .t.AeClothes -j. .
'.v..:.tict.tJnl tonha.publio land, and,far bind. .weigher of the several port of the" Unitrd road within the City tVasbiugton,except Coste N. L. .Pawi. ertsenners vestlag%< I T:;, ing,and fur,engraving th/necessary maps, State, out of any money In the' Treasurynot in such parts asmay baf: agreed to bythe DrakN.0-parcantet: j II. MJdn.'Navf4, padding,Irish; linnet kbectings,' .
t"r4ered to be printed by the Senate, otherwise appropriated such sonur as corporate authorities of said city; ; Doyle'Midn,.:JamesA.Davi. tedcom..white colMllnoo'oriila,
John
itearthoasand eight' hundred and sixty AM!* wilTgive to the .said officer respectively i ) Sec. .a And \tfierthezenncted.. That Danbam" Andrew C. ,Davis, R. E.. grass cloth Ilne'n pantaloon
Daniel B.
V ,;} the same compensations of,that )'e&l..lt13;), such provison's. of the act fo which thWira YoE"F.dmondlo- cambric jackonet, book end mull
-Ali&tltelfolloi.in' iSms" forum Military according to the importations of that, year, supplement, as are inconsistent herewith, l Caleb,. Exum J.,W. extra super and common light.and
[ .' "'Aee ,.*y'ir Wett Poil\U' ; u they would hue been entitled to receive: be.-and: the same are hereby.'repealed.; Foster F.-Franklin J.II. Fraser William ,.If. print; gingham dimitiu; ;muslin-e
4- '.., 'ur"defraying the upen.eIrthe' Board If the act of the 14th Jnlr} .1832,*had not Arraovto, March 3, 1833. _- 'V,, John;Freeman.Gardiner J. L.O.tGornerFranc'6. and furniture' ; furniture
L. .. of VUiter at West Point. two theusaud. cone into effect. ProndetL .That no officers FrmnriiLJI. (assorted,) cold,... embossed and -
Uan. shall'receive under 1- -HallJohn, IlieV.'W.n.Ji: .;Nduston moreens, Dru aeb- Ingrain Ve
"e' 4<> this act a greater DonaparCt General*.-Trom that inter?
; I I and postage nine thousand I paid to such officer for the year 18321 and / .the Court and Canq> ef Bonapartewo Joseph, Johnston Midn.i baize, cotton and'woolen table .
;i:tint hundred and sixty-five dolllar. that In no case shall the compensation of -;; glean the following memorial* of the JamesD.' Jenkins C.pL Edwin 1)'John Marsailcs quUti'and counterpanes, i
I l' : t ston Richard Jerrimn Tel B. Jackson A. ,
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and bleach d Russia
'I 5 *, Improvement expenses I any other officersthan'"collectors, appraised twenty-eight celebrated military men'whomake A. M. sheetings
S or.bt.u1tnr.. wharves and whether salariesfeel Jphnson Daniel.K osnaburg, 'Burlap*,, brown,and I
;, ground>> ; roads surveyors, by up tbe whole list oC those::serving. :' Kervan .
Lawrance a.
l,a bosta evta, 'ana fence'six thousand.aYe or otherwise exceed the sum of fifteen nnderNapoleon: either a* Marshal ofFraocelor L.- sheeting and shirting, .bed, ticks, t I
Lavsud ,
,:; hundred gd twenty-eight dollar: hundred dollar wveh per annnm \rat shall >r Generals.! : of.DivlaiorwAugerta.4il Leoyd-Richard.Capt' Him.' ,', 'Hanson O. plaids and stripes, cotton paulalpon ..
j For pay of adjutant and quartermaite's the.,nnkm of any,tvo or more or these offlee .> '' 12th of June, 1816"pf; M. silk and cotton/umbrellas,.negro
,I "d. larki nioa hundred dollar: < In one ""person'entlUe him to* receive ch ply in th. xbatt tRertMertreat/him- -McLanathan Capt W, 2, Mothershead Lowell cot ton,.eUk and:cotton bdkfs
',l,- .._ i*'I'For philosophical apparatus and'repairsiij more than that sum per annnm: "/ :Jed selr rOm uji'vindQW of his house a* the. Cap Jas. & Miles-James( Michael P..S, AU orders punctually .etttlld
, :; f ih*'*UDe,.five hundred and e1tbt1'. Ave That the whole number "of custom house army or tb *lllea} !Si,a.passing 'it 'on the! Andrew Eliza, Myers Catherine.Robert ", Moore Capt Jan. 8-4 ->4f. ...
Manina
t ifMf officers In the United States on the 1st ofJanuery .
i 19tbMy; 1816,. aid died instantly fe N.-4feholas
it i v, -* doFor model. for the Department: of Eogltu 1834, shall,DOt beklncreased, ynttl f siere was killed ty? i musket ball at Lot- Stephen, ,Nettela Benjamin, ,/:> ,To c'Qo1lectolr'asttile,
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dg. k ( / neerlnfi lx. hundred doilar otherwise allowed by CongrfM find peo- ten ZtofQiMf died, ota pulmonary can O.-Ogdwi Lieut W. S. ,FW 'Territorial .trnd 'Cntnty,
L ju. Foi *fipietipf the cuawm-bouse buM.t Bided f""' ''". Thu 'the said collectors ,plaint ,June 1m; Dettal* was killed instantly ham P.-\Vro.Pntchett D. Jesse, Pease Daniel, 'PeJ- OQ Saturday the 4th da* of{April
the lot six thousand eight naval officers; and .ure ors' r C sa droll dell,.nag TT an account quarterly to UtfiTrensury. and! $Btouiaruoh died of apoplexy a Munich, W. C* 2. Pool Wm. (J. .Perry Wm. mo- M. J shall offer for sale' .in front to
ig j I 4. For model"* tot the 4ta. 'l department, the other officers herein named or referred: )I830/a fit of insanity threw him gle Abraham. "- ... .- court House in 1hei:tits or .
t i t I, r f appara&at and 4onti;eneie* for the depart toy the respective collectors of the uaaCm.wbere'tbn self(from'a window of hi* father1 bOOM at;: R-tRiobo Joseph' ,. .P..4..' Betwher.qua.; folkjwijis property' >r vOimneb-tb'ere
1 F' xnaai of la.n and repair o( instr.uWnU .: are employed to'be ''forwarded Montbard, breaking a thigh ,which- resulted ; 2, Rblnd Cb.e. J4 will pay to'the,Territory eft Florida
''r y. for the mathemathieal department, toth<"""vt1 of all the fees antf tmolu-- ip his death,- June, 1813)) Kleber \vuassassinated Scott S.-Shlpworth Midn. IL 2 ,8orbur Igus. !. county of Escambia, for taxes due
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4 000"thousand! one bu.o4e4.ncJ. eighty dol- meets whatever by them respectively received at Cairo on The Suger John Shackleford J up to the Slat day of December'1834
M r and of all Vhe expense lue.lcfenr"Co killed SukersJobn.SlaoghterJL II. Stroud S. SI' 'less the
: am*day that Pes aix was at MaP taxes are paid to the subscriber
+ Fortue department of'mtnerlogy;itI their respective office f which 'account rene) Julia; Sutton H. Sientie Constance
*o) by the l.I.n4oh'outh of 18. ,ho fore the day of sale, together with all
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.11 I ,. : illary ,and word ewrtAs,oaa tbou nd bH be tV_h fornx and be 'supported, secreted himself a garden,end 00 tbeap- Shaw.Veshin' ; on.T.Tuttle -- and charge ,
I n1Jit roar nundrad dollar by.such1 proofr tb-be prescribed 'by the proachofLU vlctlnf.w and presented A..IL,.. .' -. JcJkn Drotwahawt. .

I ';For IIM'..*...and expense e f the Library, Secretary of the Treasury, a* will 'in his' him with a bit 0'paper*folded like a letter brose.V.V.o. er..C, ok tl.. MI2: ., Vaughn Am- rpan. No. 2a 81. 18.47. 48. B5. j
; eight hundred and eveniy-thre dollar*;' jodgment.bstesforce: the provision o and it, the as- ; ir,4sv 3. ': 75.,7fl. M..C7. 6al-a d No. 23. I
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For mleeHaneo items and incident! Ibis *entrv-and show Its operation end d.fedi"'PfMit la0. wftnnbl.clapada 1811.nd In- W.-Wentw' H.B. Walford Edward No, 73. on the suburb pt; the city of
J. expenses olio thousand .five hundred and. cl; alto; That>: nr salary or meted a dDcI'eu immediate dlasolutloitr.IJI Si Warier John, Waiter Geo. R.-Willis eola.al.. Iota lit\.'21fl.-228 on 1a 1t
and Co. Meur Geo. White
pftM'dnltira. oouapeaw.rl Ionduefotabeyear 1834, ball J.'M. William
: stated! that he left Damascus on lot 012,0 2
i For par of the ofloeri! cadets and mtati1 not be afieated by this_tluD.* loot, br order of the gtaad vizier, "bo-eQ- Mr*. S. Wassail; C; Walker,W.J\IcfW* No-70.'onGovt.jSt+ onTarngonaStrret: 1-' ol1 1 No.-

I elan. fifty fix"thousand one' hundred and ,foe ::4J.tIt INUfwfM." enacted, That trusted bl" wit' the mission ot repairing kerOeo, So. .. Florida -'blanca sheet ,1-4 of Jot No. s
tbtrytwodnfars "J \ no payment, of the money ppJvprlat ted.by 10 the French,Jttuny 10. take Jloo.psrta'" .j, ; II. KELLY! P. M. church, ;amount of taxes.doe.. a
,i \1 For subsUtenca of'ofleers and eadat, this act, or any ptbet'act'passed at tbe !ttfa,, .L net etpired* from the effect of a t NQTJC -. Cmrna.Wa'Ordogeu. ti
thirty nine thousand Are hundred 'l1d'tie present Miooof Congress ball be' made cajmoa shot uhjch J 1-3
carried'away t.I a>lgh person Indebted to' the, that 01 of lot 74; 1ntmda..treet 7to
I I ty six dollar in the not*ftr note of 'aniDank. which leg, and the CM* end aDele of ta.l I e ft.at Au WAiTdeeesaed oftaxe dne, 02
of officer, one tbousaod on. hall' not be.-par-value where are hereby I
I For forage Eosling t24 M y,18Q l J .14"" r died In notified to come forward 4 make I K T. '
suck he mad that payment. ,
I hundred and fifty two doUara payment may provided PerIMP' f ar
I.os
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at in Ux
I and all {-hoes having elahM.apiDlt said Ht collector EMambia! oaDt
f tb- For elothiug ofoHfe**** .of ra u, tha notblag here cootaiaed shall be construed ItJllL Maaaeae expired on the 4th .. %to tie requested to present their e* '. PenacoUDeev31t! J6UU.IJC.a .
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,, andrad and thirty do&J&ru. : to make aaything:but fold and silver a piP 1817 ( Mar a* fell wben near the ,' accounts" .
f !sally attested for settlement atC
S For recording toe opinion of the 6ur I tender i"payment ofany debt due frosa the peror'Alexander (being In the Russian per RANDAL AW8.Tbhteb ut 'f! T
+ttl Court of deollsre' States, two huaree I ItI" Uoiud ljttes to indivlduahV vice) at Dread, a, la August, 181*;.; A i A. .
attstor
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tJ: Ja dQJL-- 1 l. ; ; \' ',)1.1 Wild admiration thrill me to be'hold I pride be cflnccnrered' to 108tf'l'and encourage 1lto-and altar 81'000left3y wTE.

j, a great I An evil strength, MI above ..ranlil. >' pilch. I I it f Let our citizens afford, text!. Porter for throlificj purposes-making. j

.. -SATURDAY. NJlum, 4, I the I' -" mon)' that they are nun indifferent to natu etIIt'nt (f33UUO ef dcuntnaua'rccMvM\ in oojX ,
; : FoR SALE-Tho. This majesty! c'C guilt elothane my *j int*; : and thai they are else ready to promote 3 ear. rtirtheteeitamj('nUrn-\ncf Hoe? '
of the J"CMUCOU Materials & hi. ll is the unbodied fiend, whultmptta linn, UiingiiJi founded.. on patriotic and im. ton hat a afro pad in ;}?IIJtAQlor> ..lceo
be made OAisrre.- ilia. Sublime in guilt!" t' liwnuliiews.The do"mf'nt of a prolcMortJup of botany.
easy upon the i .A* the tragedy wore.U>_ its drnoumtnt, ---
undoubted << it* L
security nis excitement increase, R me gloom spiny : Njioiiil luttlligencer contain' 1 M'AIN. .
The foregoing advertisement, be so of the play was 'upoiihiin withapow-I the report of the St''ct! nmmltteeepoln. It would teem that the distracted condlC ,

lished in l last week's has of the er that made u strong impression of reality led by the lloum- of Url'ff''II'l1tiU'1i' in the lion of this unhappy country is about a.r
paper, ; Utl3gC8' Upul1 his ht'iul'rlllInd made them ,sluidUrr. case or the asaauit on Mr. En lag, b)' Lieu lust to Intercut' the great nations who held n
inerous enquiries,a* to our with he pronounced tho following! aevruupunicd -I truant Lute The follow Mig arc die facts o f, the balance of power in their hands. It
lug to sell. They are manifold. by the 1ungeofthedigger that brongh the case. con no longer I*,evncraletl that neither

j or three must suffice. First then rx- him. to his Ji-aih.1 It t appears{ that on Thursday' cuing the I. party Is able to overcome the other. Animated

light may be the mere 'duties of This Bertram. hath hut one fatal foe on earth, 26th ult. immediately' alter the adjourn- with a mutual hatred and defiance l
""arc And he is! here:'-- tabu linn*'If. mi'm of the Houxe of Uepref.enta.h al the mot frightful cxetMr* are daily ctrn r
the does
Gazette, it not suit tho & It wan at tin moment that he plungct Mr. En; ing was pausing from the! Capitol mlucd | and the flICI lmIlUII, war which ,j

to manage the, printing office} ; the weapon to hw heart. It ill said to have to his lodxiiign nan encountered ou tte Is carrietl 1 on, has had, tertnlngly no other I

ever his intention to'do more Uen nn accident. Hi III our opinion, however Avenue, by Licuu Lane, who accosted effect than a fearful destruction of human \\j. !
the establishment on may that u wan the result ol the (llclledt'C'linll bun, apparently in no unfriendly spirit, life on both tides' without at all Influencingthe t
a
half ( of the actor. w ho had so absorbing. and with the simple observation that he great question of the uccetion. The
so that it might become the r i is I ly entered into the dreadful>fititi>(hit hero wished speak with him. After M mo mere riicumctsntc of 1101t1ullifllhe' 'tegDl +

enterprising individual, (lC 814 to driv home his beast by the inert ment's pause. and on intnnntion from Lane forms oC government alone give, faction,

printing business, to assume tho : ap.mmodic! mtion of the ".IItIUllhat un. to Lowing, that hisotjvct' \ In M-tking him bt th In power and irdluwgcp. I.i to strong
anent of the conltioUII l> moved to do the bidding of the was to punish! him. (his hands being in his the{fur(' '. par a prrpondetance and Don
Tius it U
** paper The lempe'st of pui-sion WithinVtHegardinjItie ( pocket at the time,) and a tetiitt couched ii t Carlos' that it i III t-nl)' In the provinces ocr .
.vbeeii, aeeotnpllshed.'I The i that premeditated |purposed it wabiiaccidcnt warmisuguagefnm M I r. Eying, he jW a s II n pied l>y her aimien that\her authority ie
moll though substantial patron 'n- -for he had no design lending hilife struck by Mr. Lone, while in the act of re- rerogmxed.Acctirttingly. .
thus with the piny I Lilt Kx.kiugat, h..fvmplcle bundle of to his learn 6emihe '
*';bas, far, been constantly !) ghe iwrninga papers pocket.1 he use Gazette
-.:;t.SeconJ, we have learned that indtntiticationof! leeling with the part blows were repeated and! on affray of tome df France of 31st, that the English govcnmient is }
.' .pf'\w White hearted, the anidtnt becoiQesa natural little duration succeeded let ween them. had taken up the quevtionseriouf
bran, not now.here, has it in t >cau-e and not a wonder Ail con"rvfwr. \ The inntrunsentwith which the first blow ly and had resolved to terminate the differ 1parties. ;

blish a new paper r in this place. \ hive The hallucination, if such wcmoyrai won inflicted by )lr. lane wo an" iron t nrn if 11O".iblc.. between the fontl'ndln "t, I

want to to compete with him| : \ ha it, did nut end with the plunge of the dagocr. mine covered nr wranixd w lib thread. 1 hewnunda 'General; Aha, it was n rt O '1td: ;/ ,5d '
llttfeelinastore him alonceeltut inflicted up n'Mr. Ewing appeartd hadmany earnest crnfcrcncea with the 4
ucoura enicruiUe/but there U : then-There win still, after'MIIIc" rla. trout the testimony. of the attending phy. Duke of Wellington respecting the interii r

giound enough for one ( ; ,o- motion* if Mirpuce front the ttftgio!! u.oiiku" MCIBM, !Jr. Ulaike to hnve been tctere. At t ten t-rent-c of England: and It was confident
upon. Our pairons may be l& 1\ d> ing sentence for him to icpetit lit the moment of ejxirating, and'alrr the I ly believed that bin Grace would lake

the* publication of the Gazette : ) went through it with tartlhig tried1. conflict' : was OUT, Mr. Lone, in the act o t prompt meanuif to terminate the contest
[wild a burst rj C'.I1t1UmlCi"J retiring from the crowd attracted by the though e.n what basis Is not known.
tinned by its present proprietor ..s- I dial Kojelon ttrath=* occurrence' observed that his tl'jcct w in.uiretticn of the Vd Regiment of

I chaser can be found whd. will cans y' .Irrarror'atscajoaf.ridalrerrior'aaoai" accomplished j that his intention wax aslight>> infantry had taken place in Madrid '

yiin regularity., thi hint\\ halo be was pronouncing these, the holy degrade Mr. twlngalultba\;: he lilliI'excited great cninmotion and. 'tmca.|- ;4 ,:. 1
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wordeof'IbelrateuIy hlsetnd '
roan bad fuececded. ''. .
We have several gen' ner wa fearfully wild, the blOOd was fal. For this assault no cause is assigned b). net\ c find in the Ixwlnn New Monthly .,' ..

'band, which shall appear soon. age ling from hi. bosom upon the )oiing gen: Lieutenant Lane nor lute heintrixuctdtnj! Magazine, the subjoined notice of IWp.occoraplUbed //t, "'"* -
.. tlciuau M ho had personated: the then liic testimony relative to a IIt'IM'lIul /
'!\, tl/flicultj female writers| of our ow n covntry" >
;" EauTA.-In' our two last ho lens lady Imogenel I An noon an the last or individual oflriuc l ('iwteii /dnuselt and ,-A'. 1,; (b", Adr."Amntiguseiudiea '
> word were I'rOIll'\III\I, he fill-to rise Mr. Kwing. '!'he foiiuoilKe"
.**pvblihcd\ An original? Tale, of ; as a havc.brru { bohavediatinguished -
> no more. unable to tli! cover taurc. throughouthie : '
any thunscheaorooripfnpt relative there
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entitled the Conf :Mon' ,of a Rflue wound tae inflicted on the 1 lift list ,
11'C'.tiaallon'hcr' than two wbo In .
: "'.t- ocmgiutlb are in which 'Joambd of mo-1 bieoi, smelted: pericardium, if it did Mr. Kw; ing In his dh'Io.ltl! | and that I Leslie situ Mrs. 8igcnrT},'end of' .escaped correction. At 'ono( not pttuv,met html. The bleeding was in MII Irutated and unpleasant roiitroverryw very diflerrnt. harRcleit. 1 he //Wme-r ha. 4
tifi d. The Internal and no blow in It. progress that occurred wine line back, ,In the (hu! light: ltd fLeteblngpe-ticll '01 Clt.r Miss t
especially roo
were, 'f'rlt, the organic action of the heart was not finally (House of ltt'rnllf'ut".i\'II, Utwttn: the tetge.wortl', of Mr. (i. C;, hail, lllviMraj J 1
tor, In putting into type the Arst j the .cogged: until t'uturcJaTII'beu he left lion. A. !.au.. the lather ot' Lieutennnl ling native rharncteristic with s free but

Tale;turned over two leaves, of in this .\lW."aryCClle, and another curtainopuued Lane and Mr EwingAnd which is wnlun ammlilc {portrMittire! in tales ted incitlfnts,

cripl.instead of one. The 7>rf was upon LIe drama, of eternity. the recollection of the HGUMJ. The committee and dinunng vcr ,the .whole! *o Unevo-- 1
Ills lunerul was attended, t>>' a my have,no other grounds fur the '
having the uppooition lentat-i-iingthat( we love, the (character
: read manuscript!!
large concourse feunday in the Maiumicliuil. l of Mr. lowing and the abkence tJf! they rrrrrsenl, with all .thrir little* failings (j,
terest andiravtog' full ex hue Kev. Mr. How ell of the : ...
possession buj. ill apparent cause: besides. No prev Ions Mra blgnuniry, "u the ctntrar)', relay
whole chain of incidents did not 'II, tilll Conch in this city preached a wlenutuudappruprunciunurd << difficulty occurred betwirn the purticsthat bleu our Mrs, Ifcnuans i her picture: are ofa

the hiatus'which the blunder of )the I discourse. '""J here I ii know but upon the tommy \. hen nary mote grate and tcrloiaritkl: : of coloring! ...
had oecasioned.: We ; bo was a rcuthlc88 silence, and every eye ned b) the= Iloiu'\\illluin llrnorieks: of IIUI-IID-Dy ncceunts from .lonnpotewe .
positor owe was rivet led on the speaker when, near the She Senate against In the
Interfering conovcrsy learn that the .ale of children have beS .
author to republuh,the tale at (\)\ close of uiskermoit, he related that he was alluded lobt'twein hi fuilitr and rnmevery exlciun in L' per lotiiat nd"lundred !

This we shall dot J _itp! goon as we { here accidentally fellow passenger w Kit the Mr. Ewing; Lieutenant LillIe dtll'<'ll} rile have breneatcnby their,,start
.or make room for it. ,' on dccehened! when he came: to the city fourweeks tlalmfdo any Mich inuntiouorrutitUipMlonn lag parents I
It\.furc-.hot he had been interestedn the unpleavanl fe'i lings whit h it had exIt
Enoch:
Hadlcv..' Jr of Clitrlftitwn
...& him-and contented with him-had r rt.' t. a ,
gl<'o- .d from hit young> mm anout va leers of 'ge thnrptd \
and ExrxaiMBNT dropped will'n yariie own lips his predilections will be recollected. f'
that
sea of for the two children with having< partkiaptrd In Slit dffclriiftinn.y .
ItallIld advwed
bio
to wanlyand '
day to the Navy 'Y rd. They Hbtitautml pur.\ula-bl&l1lctarned from of Mr. 111001. Mrnln, were loci on the of the Nunnery in Aug. deal urrendert4 f
26ih.of ebruary |last In Baldwin county,, hlm..e15lftto. l the ct.ttdy ct the.Httia ro" "
an in a : ,;, sewn the on their return from school.he y Friday lart, oath wa Immedearly Ia1lrd '
thoughts on (f
subject > religion
important suit of Colin: ). lie oiMightaeat irviu lulU 'a proauxrliiat, h., were seen for the last' tin.c l.>car, hi me, at by hi* (frkix! lies real j-rt&cs en Jn I t'. t
others against the U. States, In ouid attend to the concerns cf hUeoyl.. 0 o'clock' that day. ly! a letter, dated Aprir ne '. lie ras :everTorne aUld '
lllakely,. March JSth; we are Informed reputollon! .-/'of7 .
to Forbes and Co. was He law Urn no more until the day before ; / raw* V
large
grant
he died, when)ing on hu death, (,cd. Mr. that they,were' murdered by two nc that Mr?. HrniDnt ifjrttjo l<<*in:;,that
was decided in the Supreme Court the H'Latchliii: then referred. totheformer men -Ii. are now lodged .in jail at his excellent Icty'IJ'd tdrnlriillQ/ 'KM'U

16Ih-ultlmo. Mr. Justice Baldwin ap versation tvuh.Mr. How'ell, Mid that he place 'lhe dbCi\'f't) .wit mode bvuhe, :: alarmingly HUn Dublin. *fc. bas raided

ed the opinion of the Court d' au wu null! coat erued to secure the salvation attempted perpetration of tn act: eqntlly In that ,city >eteralrarsrhirIy lo attain
/ of his 10\llt) and that if he recovered he rocious. It appear that (no ladies, dtughl- for her. M-ns tli.. sdvunUgen of* eoljce '
the Court and
decree of Superior
should have learned one JtllIOn. lie did tens of)Ir. :Moye, were riding' an horseback > icatlon, at a rate more vldUo her Jim M(d

ing ,the title piths.appellants, with au not recover. The lesunn to w hich he re- along the road. some few mile below<< means than could le prrttprtd tltrcr; at

ception: of Fort St"Marks and,the erred; Is now for the h\ inc to team. Montgomery. Hill) when a negro rushed Oxford or Cemhridg-IlarrJKaa., ,

land.. 'Vt. I- There war a 'rl"tlvcclallJe) procession suddenly-upon them iu such a manner *. PfAHiu! ihsava-'e1Ulo.iarfinehcaf; a .
As Conned, and many young men walked of. to frighten! .their hones. One:lady was 'ntlun in Bostun addressed the PrcitdcoC .,. ,

T&t Prettdent\alBtecti] oft had probably, thinking himself secure of her *.eloff'in i pirate( now under ..,.
attracted 1I death
..become the.fashion In Florida t and ease much .ymp thy i while of ( 'llu'of; .
the
he lived be bad pursuit other bec borre, mi In thsl city may receivetufhertesph. in
that thould have nothing0 very attention w hien kitidliee.Intl -
to say
we with Ibe"woodll.
her through Ia the
: medical skill cold luiparU II is mcem I. order l lo allow,ilrce to rtcritQpepera/srm- 1
the election of President .because to time, the former retined her saddle and ...
said thai he bas a mother hvug in Laocaaer broad which Way tend lo efnfirm.:ehelr '{,i1 ,
la the choice na- I rode offln another dliectlon, and w.t wk-n ., };
no direct agency. ,,orJh i> guilt or establish their lnrceerr: : .v The' t- l
officer It is true that we.houl4 lion __ able to alarm. tome persona by whose exeruous petlttpn. haft bensignedhyi( I "w.d"1) I-
; I the vuiain ass seized .ana aetytt'cl.On 'itlzenAZrrab i
be temPerate in.tb nJCe I From she AVir Orltani Bulletin; lit 'Il. '"
to e tati par Ma. CnuN-hIDIAJf.'. JAu..I1'Gi.-ThI. being put to the question he confessed Colburn, who du 1ng.Lleyouulir!(

feelings and opinions, Jwt It Wthe i latere.tiag gentleman we cannot permit to himself the murderer, the two children wit considered I prodigy fi" rnitbfm.Uc.: u '

a'demagogues alt .,the selfitbneMof the I visit oar city with a merely transient notice above alluded to, and slated that the bodies 1. now I pusher at'iaffPtlt..r.It.Ir. and I .
I would r be found in Mo e' ,
mill eretk. The '
'' > at the bead of a Methodist '
of him of
ven to My thaiwe.hould!: o&/ee1 and the purpose of hU singular rrrjfrrfstlon
1er- elder of the two children: wa.a girl elevenor
Tbe diamonds6e etlhf'd PoD ,; ,
to Miguei
jursuits. his I
cultivate! InpursuaiiM of adtirtlseueiit I' -
an Intereet (pi'.a-matter h. twelve vf ,
which
he opened last evening his galery of year age. may account -' tiy' his sitter, JJonn* Marl w bo. died
deeply A directly concerns us., -'be the Indian portraits, sketches ot Kcutry, itc. frrtbe wanton and horrible nature of a' IBtnuran last :year h-. by the conHica- J1I
bear remote and distant relation lie accon.panied it by an mteiestiug ke.tnre. he crime. Another negro, who ia raid to ion of &bl. property fell to bis next fctfr; ) III! ,
belong to .)tr. Moye, b with K" II
implicated
nearest fetiiaie Jtthc .
President With' the Territories,, : cn* ,. -i.iiiing many peculiarities of theabozuiaes this retch in commission of this most at 6041001.) if ** They. utr'tthicd S
ww the scenes through latcb : '
nexion is,In many respect*,direct hellish act t .
:fNutl..uuCI-A: of abcu..th
be bad pawed, As to the faitbluluess 01 ; .
diate. But id The letter adds, ihat the attack the rods* 1
anyylewof the the be upon \ of *.who** ram'l.J1i' )

are all Americans,. and as nc\; in portrait theovw* every,hi atteirted confident: by Cea may Clark platedui -, up ladies to Tuesday was made. morning on Sunday the last bodies, and of that th., In liceeeyear.the?&!!3&r&J Eked wrt; ;&' f

ourlot'had l> en cost In'the.remotest '(Mperu\tend of Indian affairs; and many hildren had not beta found.t -.'/ Peg.Th was emm' JJSftVivithln which the mOroudK, d I
of UM earths we'should still hare UM otbgrgeujlemenwho IqolLcial capacities, etuemaccd end f'O :pletcd.

and, circumstance+ It have spent period. o/their lives among the bodietl! of'ilia two children '.ho. ;metpeA A PrIl".J ,i'Ilarda'. 2d.16r.; .. .. .' -.... t
under proper : &ribe* w hich the artist has t UitdL : I, ..;;... .. }"y t' 1
of
uader circumstance' such: ftendi.b.mr7b:::; '
..uU.be'. our duty, to exprcMouV Mr. CaUiflfor sometime exercIsed his I' were murdered' a few day tin- CPtr.uc. No.2. )' : ;'
y '
upo u1 aad'every'unbjert, >rofe..Uniil the city: of New York j f.wlth dwin euw 'y,.have bee.1r.mU41!! } ,AN( ACT to conUuoa! 'i*,rtmee eYsioner Lroinmist! \ ,
what success kt the road 1 In Flod-
with,the Interests of pur common : u numerous persons were.tuupolathe of Penlon aA- r
brougbout the country whose takiatures to 1aU.Iwtee. and Ili jlnnartetrbythe tfenAhltaial .
It Is every,dsy'becoming."topre and D and DortraiU he bas executed bear winless.It ted desigaattA6 J'rJrr! u... Augniflue fifteen/ thousandfor o/II"'lIf( &icN.Iha rlaieadJOa..1 house
'nnnnarant thai the ttmarle for the occurred to him hat A llWrica tr '
i
} f iff tavages jyjj rgrtsl .IfICbkd, 'fJ-th") )t
--1.0 : ;
dency wiUpjr q4 fchUe. ;iM.i p Jf' any jon'cWffrWIBrmtWJW,"', "*1 IfiW by fine work heretofore payment: done cry Isaiah him .Frost, office of CommWoner of Pension, blil| ,.
/ by the
Conv
on b.'tndtheatoeis .
-' 1 wotbtsu*an1'ddfere h ecly.coaUn.cd '
"andrtiugt_ 't. White a t wereswtlt1Ir.flg and beriand.roadthft for
]
of
only sum three hundred
1 111 and the term of two
11...* .... been nominated by b1 sequence P tcanlapy 'pp'4 IUicM 01 nM.16,. w4' and twenty dollar fourth, day of *larfb Y..Irom next and ad no lifter long ifce s '. '

)fr'WebsteurbrNsslerbtftetta: 'T .. ewJ not tauun ortg<< &!Iff':,,, of the Offence. Arrtorco, March :3, 1645.Puar tr I
aierote $
the luortte in"Ceotgi ia tCalhoun 'I 1"** : eeUsnd for postedfythan his &hN b to iu a f iutUA "Mp, ( .ue. N. :10.) a onuniMionercr. 9. Audit ttfart&ir oadeJ.'Thtt ,.
Carolina and theistic, a ..111.,.ol"UIe AN l'ttn.roo..tralt'N' li> f'1 r
Clay Kentucky: but conlee: Idea II the p ACT granting lothei borough jof)flrhtUJmaklnac pointed 'by the Prrsideol Of 'ib. ,oUc d f

latter jutes st, dt ready"to%yield up nauaj tbCtt;sad l. by ii, In ruwappesrancoC' turn year l .,.... ::certain a :'ground+ *- lot> !'..ubp.. cRrpretcntnltretaftkt wat...\>y P4 whh the advke 'n4 fO 4,
pedilectioM and form into the ranks 101 ekrtehlbh by his gene JltYtl1 Lu. red) Jae II" sent of the feaster and that b* shall
one and Hetll&Au 8'411.and l,t! i
describe the IIMif PDder 1M
friends ute direction of the .
of Judge Wjftij j .n3: the aeeomph.hmen, ql this object. capita) offence, Vil I&atti of A.ntrica .< fieetetat ,
blends of Mr. had Coaba 4onlh.. _. "oNIe, ,of 1M I'ql.w.r, uchdHtieth> relation, to. fI.. ,
Webster become ... .t"h"-- fit Q>*,,.. tuimUtX.Thtt
,. there p'eiision .... u maybe
'':'laltelatfona JtlUlilhaWe. a I bsr presented
coat bu claims cannot be"urged with ; CnfhadI e wiished In the let and there i H hereby,granted to the Cor- freMdenl. / 1

cess, there U little reason doubt otaoa.'OprfYa ;' and of t hllllnijkin for A eat, -4- ,.JtI6 I'.furtAn 1lWd.'l..Tbat: .
act
and
to purposee.tehtsav.ly
present
eDterpriJC )
:
n. public
.. 0/ ( .a let ground, the said) CootmiMionrr thill
those irccive
)I..d1UHJ'.iJIJ( urauit theiwme fO only-know wM bias eontalniMby << y1.tl. atre, lifre- duel salary oftw.nlybcIl1 frf'4
: west- r .4tlIIt/ That < dollars ,.
and Connecticut :endVfrmoef wIU / O& r. Casfnlrr,,' Ihi. 'IID4t amt.. 01 At5bed Infuse i*e4'as r eotnaron, by the IaMbi 'and he shall ate i have ihe privilege of fran
her example. Suchjls"the'plroroifleut J -J by peeJU1Jary" oUrnlthe any :Santa said borough, lying between 4 lot 11..,. "
high
55 erss, wO .of land the properly of Doctor David Mitchell Nee,. 4utiK/ bt ( ,
which Mr. Van nue tfurfifr
Dnrcrt ba>> acted oAder tLU adJiWralI1 and tuacteJ That
; fallw tu and another lot eflafldtbji property of (heduOM heretofore .t
CM4During required el n4
tad put. -
ratted tH-a.u
administration of Gooejral.' .beksup, j the beh-t ollu1..1 Holom D, efecearad. by tM $kcrct performed ..
J of cite Trrllau
'be.. !
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'ooa wave ; or .
t itd mutiny
such U March 3 1833.
the better boatOftyferard wnssrons Arrpdvty .nder the
Ily err 1a ....._ eupedi0p. ,rL all the Whi.ute8, that tbef Mangy JT : / wlduN L" 1l eserate-wna any NAI.j on tbefiAe ntb of My one IboM eight

to vote for any man who can defeat p.. P +)tuds RSndper.eversneewtt notwbbWridm) boar4tooukg I.( ACT Ibnber fPrtuc.to extend tb* tlmeXelfow.edfiattherxeeuiioaoClhedalie snoblb hundred the and officer.twenty Gad etofci tf*u aliuirit -

To this end they wll] all be found read I I nll_ .a euou'"tft1l U4 f mU solicit iftrlt of the kes dets wine of othee rev. .
to "bk''',II. hen or tM crew fommkslon fsr into wn aty eoanma r
sacrifice earrylng (
their immediate ; 're.ea .A 1111J11beJ.{ nil orders of the e <4.th u id amearebcnby Irru1
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Sari join Jo-... r.etntttes beta convention with r'QUe krted t R deiitw of e
common effort;, The the f4ere!
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ability bf M strong- Iii ever, thai(Ur. ....,J de4 .. prUJ*' dtf- / of lAg UisUaaf &4I".J taagihW } d.y

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j ;fENSA COLAs }-). FEtlRLJARY4JI83iTho tune Arnutroilg : ; :: STORE qualities Q( this excellent specificiouare 1 how to appreciate their intrinsic virtues.
dred Dollars, a* 1 red building i1e.IWdO'ohsene that these Diops I t'tgttutib Tooth p irtfcr.-Original and
: tfAznrc will b.t-l.Mucl l every; ; : aid note., where at all neither purge nor,remit, but are the only genuine concentrated compound chlorine

I urday Evening, at $3 00 per (mum, in ad- : assortment remedy that judges make juso-of to present 1 ooih ash.
'ance, ,;j t payable at the end of sit months, Feb. 13th 1833. :- OILS both they are given with great: succc-s inall I. For changing and whitening the teeth '

,or S,i i iyblo at the npiri&LiOIot the.year, : fluxes spitting of blood, cofl6iimptr": Prcvcning the gum, ,and purifying the
at t the option, of the subscriber. agues, small-pox, measles, colds, coughs! .breath. '
Aortan"&,4E! Ptto dollar for every fourteen.lines (or less) the ;, for that oil the roost violent fever If taken to time, of the most superior present which nature
,for the first, and fifty cents fur every con- of Washington cr and Ague, and give present ease in the sacking torment ias bestowed vjen nan, where mtj; i,
.\,19'011' subsequent insertion. mlnmtratiou on & the money re- of the Gout, the same in all kind of now,to take care and preserve this precious
"' BUNKKIt, is in charge of choli,1I1 j they cure the rheumatism, and donation, which" can only be cflectcd by
::1 iVDJ.UJlA13jtiiJ-ms- < ,
Feb. 7, 1834: .- to gain a ,
r pains they give ease In few minutes after .squires; and, we ought not to neglect
J NOTICE.Cl they ease after-pains, prevent miscarriages .its operation, sipce! good and well prc-
y IX ,weeks after date> I will apply to the vs 1 I curt the rickets m, children, and lOer'td Teeth and Gums belong to the great
f f; *p hon; the Judge of the County Court,I John Ollio Exr. pf plc are wonderful in the stone and grav cl in the est human perfections; ;.we ore oftep: et tn
tf Encambia County; for letters of Chabcthid, j I kidnies, bladder and uterus ,bringing a- enabled to produce by the art of cleaning
\\JL traiioii on the Estate of attachment. The / TAXES. way slime, gravel and sometimes stonesof and preserving<
.. 'IT"WES3ELS. ., deceased.,f Admlnl"'l appear: and plead.. August next, a great bigness, and are the very best may have reijuscd or neglected. By the
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G. W. "BA leftl. and 12, A. M. medicine for all stoppages or pains in the woe of this wash the teeth may be thoroughly -
., Mar. 28-3-Gt... : BENJ. P. to the,court stomach, shortness of breath, straitncss of cleanccd, the tartar and other impurities
Oct. 4, ISM.; the follow- the breast, and rekindle the most natural boat removed from them and way with the ut. -
i 1 It ),ng\e, avexU. as will In diseased bodies: by which menu they moot safety be substituted (or any Dent-

THE Subscriber, having purchased the N I a, and county restore the languishing to perfect heath : I' rince, Powders, or Pastes Many diseaseto
t of this'Ejlablivhrncnt, Jius opoAed hereby thereon. up to witness those in Ingenuous gentlemen and which the Gums are liable may be sub
t f it again' for ho accommodation of'1'ravetyer IS January last, J unless the ladies that embrace all opportunities to gin dued by the application cf this tit uh, and
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Ir I and Hoarders: Every exertion will rue that a Black/ before the them their just praise. Their manner of the natural bright and cab red colour: cf
I\V: be nud6 to give general s. ti..faction, and here by two all costs and working is by moderate sweat and urine. the tttims can always be entertained if this

( '\ Jhe charges moderate This L'stablish-: bile, I had her The dose is ten drops to a child of a'year Wash be w ell and regularly made we of.-

*brnent. opens on the Bay, and is one of the Kwesiion of a Land i old, and a spoonful! for a grown person, in The breath bring oflciisne, from taking
:;plea* I'.".f';I'.' D. \OIf171I10P.. feet lone, 14 feet 3 << River, 13 as it can be drank : go to bed, be cohered *, pay always lc .\\eeteuel! and lm,
Jan. 17 45---tf. built with green- bounded up warm, and compose yourself to sleep, noted by ibis Wash. .
/ N jo'UtSIJ owner u & others vacant I let the same be repeated but two or three 'J his 1 coth-tt ni.li does not contain any
t .,-;n'lE: subscriber GARDEN has HEEDS. prove hm : lands, and nights and I doubt not but you'll find so Acid or other Ingredients which might le '
t' .L at,cortmeot:: just received a large he skiff will be of Pcrdido. much benefit but )'O 'l1 be encouraged to Injurious ; i iis chemical composition being
r garden seeds of
J. every go on, and readily agree with persons of of the most harmless nature. ,
,4oIcrtpt1on
j'hey \\ .
e.Rrepurd by the he best viz. That this medicine JJbrm.7'ea-The beneficial ,effects that
sense,
Bfciuoiy !
'hand are oi warranted.S'lajiers Tho Connecticut and Navy Yard: : Land Sitp- with God's blessing is capacitated to an- hate frequently refilled from thetitecf

f i I, < catalogue of the Seeds following is ,Ii Margarita; lA lJayou.- bsw all those rule in curing the diseases this tea prote it,a very safe and efficacious j
a high pine, rebere mentioned. Note it is a ch 'mical remedy in del tro hIli vruims. It begritenadtantageously
h, Whito Onion,' Yellow Onion, Rtl Ont' vs. J 3 miles west } > ,) may
;: r -,toe, .Early Jibed 'turnip' Beet Samuel M. Smyth. on all medicine, extracted from ,the quintessenceof to children In a roar
t' t' 'Sulat do. do. Early Early rrilirs suit has Minerals and Vegetables, and is some tate of health, though not particular! tn boo
Orange'do. do. Salad of Taxes
before fit for bled with mirniH ,
J. under Ulle. -
or Wwln Chard do. i attachment years preparation
Blood
j -to Long do.
if t Mangel Wurtzel do.!Lbog;.VVhite Long term of She Hu ( "" ',do. a>carl t Carrot; "'(y> *flue )Scarcity County The* most violent cough, or cold, took nis medicine and softening the compleetion, for that viler
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M ;: Orange situated on but bath beep cured by taking one bpi- qUill and flurrfed Appeora.ore'\\'hirh arises
I do. Blo.xl>> 4o. Early''iloty-do. Guernsey sons interested arc Creek of In .
>.P'Mnip, Long. White do. & plead l to the tie only. front oter heating,' agitation, nenousr.os,
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Cluster << Bayou To-
Cucumoer Ltrp.Lon do. .. BENJ. D. / I, Sarah Alder of Oxford having for a or hushes ; this ci.tjiu cUe is the most pleasant -
t LQQg'Oreen 13 from the ;h do Eiriy/ Frame da Early do. *SCDt. -
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'L .; Pricklykuperiaq N. W. by
-- relief for dU tiles cO'lJJtl'IJaJJee Lj
, dO. and,ague could get no my : sojiaimonizing
"> do.superior watermelon, Burly BOUTHEIIN Vjdal on the temper till I had made trial of Dr. Bateman's with the natural character of ihc f km as almost -
Applesood
Lurga( Muskmelon Fine Lands. A- ,
which I ad to identify itself with- it. In
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Nutmeg Melon, Pectoral Drops, to was cases
LargeCaatelope do.
I ] CIIrqn1to.. Pomegranate do., Green vista by,a pear neighbour whose husband of roughness] of the iturtate nriurg from
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Eg Melon w
Dutch Summer tlquallh CUllh PROPOSALS %vas cured of the same disease by the said slight latent' infianjution it operates like a
Crook Land
'f to do., Crookmck Hummer do. Crookneck do. Adams Newport :the situated city of Drops, and taking one bottle, my fetera charm" allay/ log tll'f1 ucit,ntnt and spreading -
Winter bated, and in taking two bottles 1 was perfectly ou-r tie features, a natural umlcim
do.fa'1lmutlJ do. lowing
White
Cunhaw : the East
.do.. Cocoanut do. Mammoth SOUTHERN : on cured of my fever and ague. V. it- clearness' and in nienyJlf'uon>> a bcaiti-

f'f" Connecticut<)(X :Cheese do: PUlOpkln), by by lands vacant of new my haDd' Sarah Alder ful Bilrhram-jarrnt softness cxprttMtnA : ,

::1 k parj.oaf Lntuco, EarlyVhito} Head do. Viz 1st, of sawed 1 TJ 3-4. Mrs. Elizabeth James, of St. John's \ \o VVrcULaVatev, Grange -
I "ci*()ilrefill Heuddo. Ice Cons do. White Ai pieceseach Mapping was grievously afflicted with the 'Vatcnif
( Jo. ches. inches rheumatism in her joints and limbs, so that Doubta
6 ova Magnum Bon urn,Co s do., Cab- by 12 Street. A-
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1 bige ll-a-1 do., Long White Naples Radish, 43 piecej, each she could not rest no where, till.bhe tried, DlBtnuaiXaseYixUi- Ge-
Dr. Bateman's Drops and in one hour after ,
Scarlet Short! Top do. Short by 12 Inches ; ,
Purple
I do. Long Salmon ,do. Long Scarlet Top 119 2d of sawed Amount of she had taken, them, she axis free from imYue. ,Court llti! ster,1tose

,1 f % Hcarlet ""t>r Cherry -Turnip dd. White .64 picce<;-each lain, and one bottle cured her; she is as boav' kc,. fctc.HAMBER& '.
; well as ever, and if any will give themselves -
1 FaUSpunlah do. )lack: do. Early. Huger! ches by 6 inches. < says
the trouble she Is ready to testify the '
ltgdfCabbage"Early' do.' 61 each do. EDINBURGH JOIR-'
Oforge f u1y pieces,- t 160 I on r
11,.' 'ibttt dfl. EarTy'''York do. Lsrg ches by 0 hes,inc of Ipxc truth, : NAL{ by William Chambers, At-
d J'' vest do. 'I;,rr1y" DaUetlle\ earl' 321 pieces,-each 1'i Elizabeth James, July 20, 1744. thor of,u TAi cook of Scotland," and bj

F ij l Blloek'a Heirt do (very flat) Large/ U.riff ,ches by 0 inches.BO Edward Parker had a violent cold, andit Robert Chambers' author of Life and Aa
... *,1 d'>,: DruTjiis fly late 1)l1tc"4o. Flat pieces-reach ,. Street. turned to rheumatism and as be thought venture of the CheraUer Char, Stuart,"
I' Du'clKvery fine,) do Green Savoy: do inches"by 0 inches with the great pain that lie was in, that he Tradition f Edinburgh.," *,Picture /
Yellow 111 could not live for want of air and he vu & '
,. }" Grpcn Gl&ctddo. Turnip Rooted pieces-each I
ut do,Red IMcb.'do. Cole wort, Large ches by 0 inches. west of the advised to take Dr. Datetnanla Drops, and) On Saturday, Noi'rmter 8, the ntbscn-
,! + Purple Cape 1 Procoli White da Early 3d of, planks 3 I taxes 1jsO0 03 got such ease by them, that be never found ber commenced the publication of CHAMBLRS -
t'14. Cauliflower Half Hardy dl). Late Dutch do, wide' the like )In his life in anything he ever took EDINBURGH JOURNAL." This

.' Cesarean lu\\ or Cow Cabbage, Scotch 15,000'superdeial !\ I" S, before: nnd I ,live in Kant street, bouth-I work was commenced by the MenrsChambers ,
Rate Early Dutchor Spring Flat Turnip Inch measure. county walK ... in February, J632, and in u
Early Garden Sume du. Norfolk Flat do. Etch plank being -T-M, Edward Parker. July 21, 1750. comparatively short Hire obtained a' cir-
. FJ le Scotch or Aberdeen do. Rutabaga, do half the nu-nher of ; John William of Guilford, in Burry culation exceeding W,00u.copies. 'J l I.e
: Lou? IImover flo.8.tget, Largo 'BeUPepT'n half, 10 1-2 feet was about nine months afflicted with the Journal contains,' consistently! with the
Pr- *la1' J. Cayenne do.' Purple Egg feet & half feet \ the gout rheumatwnvto that degree, that hew greatest sin plicity( style and the utmost
ilk ' { JM. L'Cf Water Crew. Large Tomato, Small 4th,of llo wring \ ",, on the been_to three hospitals,:: and finding little in each number, till calculated either to in-
I i' A 1 do.' Vt"" ruble Oys'er. Scortonera, and 8 I shall apply or no relief thereby was persuaded (bj large the intellect, or improve the I '
I .. 1' J 8iid! Cow;yf! IW colored Solid do. Sumgjncr emeasure... as the a friend of his) to try Dr.Baleman's Drops, There are frequently contained within tie
(t1':" 'Savory, D.varf Cnrlcd vParsley, Curled In equal, or RUA;deceas which he did, and by, the blessing of God, limits of one paper, a summary of general
... 'ParaIeyCurfrddo.! New Zealand Spina7t than 18 feet.Kvery at this time is free from pain, and says he or particular jiifstory, an historical or moral -
, ; Rin.ers: de). Ho'in dou-, Green Cur- piece of LA, ,liUA, would not be without a bottle of Drops by tale, a description of xtc me pojular or
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iM I''Hi'live, Oroad. Lat ed do. White of the best quality E t'x. him on any account ancient custom with its origin,' a bit'graphical
o\'r "I'llt:4-1 ,Dro...n do Long"White :Okra ratMlity t I-of full Johnilliams.. July 21, '1760. notice tlJ f some eminent man, an in..
d I ,Pht Green d *,n4uctto, t.ont. 8a1lad,, Curled Chervil!, from.knots Chat I to take: that sometime since, I Thomas Smith, was ler,' hints on t emigration or fuming settlements
, :w! El\l1 b *SorelLeek, Saffron, Sklrret more than 3-t of an ('" plated afflicted with'such a bad cough, that I, believe ,.a popular account of sdm medical
M'IQOnfAt"" fat feediiur Bees.. tweet Mar: piece will be debts and de- for about five weeks 1 could never lie experience, e dbcoteiy 1 ; an ,invention, or
: Joren.Sweet fhyiue, Sweet Lavender Le2 knots, although &h l book account, down in my bed, or get half an hour's sleep an improvement in arts, description of an
t'" *' mop Bolnj, Early ,Golden ,Sioux, Corn: -sound. payablq'to k in a night without! being disturbed by the ancient city,or some other point of antiquity -
Early, Tuwarora do. Early Sugar I iXrly Washington Peas, Early JUD..4o; loch thick, and 6 individually, of Dr. Bafeman's Drops, as prescribed, the tions and refections, points in natural history -
, *Early !&&rtLol1"do. ]Early Bishop's Prop: ity. .. Stone cough entirely left me the first night I took ,'some recount,oft modern city,its inhabitants -
w A a 7 White''Marrowfat do,Dwarf Pro- 11: .000 feet inches jhcrefore af it,-and, slept 'very""sodnd for live ,or six manners, .e. w itb sundry varieties -
-li; '. F'iest a Dwarf Hue( Inpcnul do. Early la cqua' or to tht laid hours;and when' awaked, I found moSeJfIn ,.all relieving each otber,'aDd no part
of Platters r ,-f'v_Beans: Early DUD Color ,Ib 1\1't. authorized sweat perfectly free from any stoppage being either vapid or,uceless, .
cI<>lIu.. aRMOtiaw E.r1r-Frencb The delivery to JACKSON. as be.orl rand now 1'Bra as well as ever The editors theusglvea have long teen
For"'feel forage, slationiry-1r Ir 1 1/'fiixwtelt Summer and be k White-chapel, London, from yours distinguteLcqjn the world 'of' letters, and,

J o. '."Jralt' or&atlOQ' and postage. nine, OUk.", .IIXX:.,.. ) September 18\.'$., ..' LA ? T. Smith. besides their personal exertion's, they glee
i '!" and tlxty-flve ""Iaymen& will be' I Street Wjlljam Mallet of the same parish; wan ample occupation to other learning,
*For repair*, improvements expenses any-" h cargo. duly ;) Drops. fora long time afflicted with the Rheumatism so that thU publication does not ccme before -
otsy
r' of :buildings, grounds; roads,, wharves, sod and su,., ? ''" be'gnen o f and having had the advice' of several theorl4 ,M a collection of' articles
bottt, carts, and fences,.six thousand Aye. feN 0' otherwise ek a of which not able physicians, could get nolaLle, till 1 I compiled or extracted front, other printed
hundred ajjd t twenty-eight dollars, .ijjwf hundred dollars each. an Immediate was persuaded to try Dr. Bateman't drops but contains, mainly, original article -
For'pay of adjutant and quartermtitritlerkt the union of any.two : Fluxes and found more benefit in one bottle or two in its own colnmns" Its 'characterfolloWs. !*-

; aloe hundred dollars: ? ces La one''oerson Rheumatism. than ever 1 had done before and am now. writs- may...-. be- IIhtn'thr,.n_" aummM------ nD-r U--
i,, *For philosophical apparatus I and repairs more than that sum ,&c. I as well as ever I was in my life." .: ,.

i 'of the tame, ;five hundred! and eighty-five That e whole suet AuguUl14. 1749. al-
40Ua,.. L officers the United. > c.: John Thon 0 lOfl,1 liu. i i| AWJII ai' ii :
FornodeI.. for the Department: of Eoglerinfflx -! January 1834 shall these Pills, meted tbov these 'set en fears with the ttonally entertaining tri the wottu*...at.I'J ,
been be-
> ; hundred dollars. otherwlse'allowed by now rheumatism, In that degree that he lost the -it is clothed with simplicity,yea perspTl-
FocvmuHOtlng the custom-house build- vtded further. That pledge valua-that use,of hjs, limbs;' and b ing l' rsuaded. by al oll&.9CU8Ifa-J1a inorals are sound, &
!. Ting ajjdenejoslnj the lot sU thousand eight Baral\ofilcer\ *, and highly for general particular friend to take some of D* Bate I its religion pure, and tt' cornea, within the
, unfired 4 Uan. ii. an eeounlCjU rterly << i Blood and many Pectoral Drops, sad after taking two I means of 4he most humble class of readers
he had the JPSQ: of his limbs as well This work will be
For models tot the drairtngdepartment, the other officers the bottle!, "l1bJ ;bed every Satire
en-
yf apparatus and ontigencies for the departjnmilDfcberuistjy. tc....the respective e>> day,commencing with tbetel volume of
,. and repairs of ,Instu- where they are Proprietor' It is fiver.Thompson's Lee's G \u.tne'Wlndh[ ) the original work Each No.: will contain
: at
'* t ants fo/, the matt.lDathlii.. department, ,to the Tmsary of all t ; wildest as I Bilious Pills or famtty medecine-ln all eight pages royal quarto,; .#oH6tltoueand one hundred and 'eighty doljL. ments whatever by world In; _-: cases of obstructions rtey act at mud and and new type/ *"
Iart Ted and nf>1I the I..needy nurse: and w UJ.i* found very: con Terms-pi-fiOpe' annum in advance, or
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r-,For.Vbe( departments of mineralogy, '.'- thehr'resperthe; 'offices : I ; two or vow three* Tenient-physic'for'xammea as they may three cents per No. on, delivery, and m
*??* ill./ t and sword cierrise, one thotisaik shall be in' such form; ; nl or night safely be given to o Udren and will speedily monthly parts, containing four numbri,
four hundred dollar by such; proofs to"'be ; I the healthy t relieve Them fom, obstructions in the neatly stitched in a printed cover, 12 cent
, For increase and ecpenses of the Library, Secretary of the : have been first passage whftMre generally the catlse ,. Communications (post paid) to te addressed -
tirht hundred and seventy-three dollars. j lodgment, best enforce; of disturbed sleW, with pains and a fever.tab to j.. f '

( For miscellaneous Hems, and incidental this section, and show $ viz. Quinsy habit J teanyq" and,travellers, 'will find R. J.,piC lI"UlDS,345 AnD .tneS
expenses. one thousand die hundred and edJ"*-'",Presider;' also; Catarrh. them desert; jr/a place in there stores at New York. J I
s'* dtt -eight 4lollars. c cou pea ajk> dun for : Gravel, .C they jnaybfi Ven"'Uhouhn1 tnttruptto* Any person .obtaining five subscribers
hoe pay of the oUcers, cadots aad roust- not be afleatsd by this' various, Pjjes clas-, to lJuslMe((/>r danger of taking cold.- arjd payug in vancwilj be entitled to a
clans fifty thousand one hundred and ,pee ::4.:AiJ4IU" ,fw" : Scrofula inclinable virtues of these pills,'are sixth copy '
thirty-two dollars. r no paymeot of the mone pie, Hheo- 1. tool, known throughout the United ..Alenta'lIIte4lo obtain subscriberS to
For subsistence of officers and cadatt this s<:to Manyjoiher have Heart, States%the WtJL-lnd1w. to 'need any the above WOrn Apply at 45 Ann street
thirty nine thousand five hundred ,tod six present'session:of. !: already: the aI't1 description of them lQ an adyerQrJi from 9 to 11. A. M. .
in the powers In I suffice to there is fatally
ly six dollars rota oy note. 'of say no -
For forage of officers, one)housao4 one 'shall' not b atpar "& evidences are 'ine now extant, that Is found to Ittunk ConaUng S1t\vcM

nuadrsd) and fifty two dolUrsvl 4 a. such'payment may he of caqviace a tingle un' Uy used f tndtbeuoptralleUeddefor "'tl\ft&\I" U\\\andot La'itn
For clothing of&mcart' rvaflfi/ three, nothing'", conuined them from all quarters, tad the
r hundred aD4'11IIrty dollar** t 0 snake UBg( but \ ) Y_accordance propertiesv I of orders continually increasing, be .deeds, Mortgagee,
For recording opinions of the 8u tender l Irf payment ofany in their intrinsic merit 'above til othPractiUooers -
B\\\a Justice'
ot nnd "
"" rtais Court of the Dfflted States,, tv. hoa- Unitedifltteatd 1n4l1W : 1 7tag estcb of Physie,Bet.Captains, Stile

il"MAI findollartr, which rterdint ''I nO'. a'h' ad, ;[ .tioo"' '&hc Y' d pverseers 01 ofPltnUtions sire fully ia l1linlcit: for >a 1e here.

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