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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: 3 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: April 4, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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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.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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VOL. V. (PriMip uon hominct.) PENS COLA, FRIDAY, APRIL 4th, I82a Open to all parties : influenced by none.) No. 3.WECKLT .-

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PtJILUIUD ; lit 1 1Iroi ; hunter but the slave so sent shall receive of daily necessity, or other work of necessity ter.n, shall hare full! and complete cognijzance i- book by him to be be provided and lu'pt.for J

T & '1' Irr I II; punishment* or charity, "he shall forfeit and part | and jurisdiction of said charge of., that purpo, all such certificates of suebi

to Sec. 5.. Be it further enacted. That il sum of two dollars for every such offence 'bastardy, loud shall cause an issue to be description appraisement to him shall

}Ju :ij,7,1u of the Lairs of the Lnilcd State any person summoned to give evidence ,deeming ever' apprentice, servant.or J rande up, whether the reputed father is .i j be transmitted from the respective justices

and of the Territory of l'lr>iida. against any' person accused under this act slave so employed as constituting a i the real father of the child or not, which !i I I of the county ; k it shall also be the duty of

SOBCRIPTlO'f-Ycar' g5 shall refuse or neglect to give such evidence distinct offence. usue shall :>e tried by jury : Provided I I the said clerk of the county court, to afSc

Half year 3 the person so refusing or neglecting :I Sec. 4. Be it further enacted That no nevertheless, that the ei-quiry shall: not I! .1 copy uf every such description and valuatiou -

UU..t.1 year 1 50 shall be committed to the jail of the I merchant or shopkeeper or other person, beer fiurte, hut the reputed father shall to the court-house of his county, .Cor

SuLsrriptions payable in advance. county where the oflence shall have been ; shall keep open store or dispose of any lure a right; 10 appear by himself or cuun. f I I two terms successively after the same shall

co-nmitted, until he shall give such testi wares or merchandise, goods or chattels set, and controvert, by all legal evidence be transmitted to him.
AnVkHTiaitc.: Every advertisementof : on the first day of the week tailed Sun- the charge allcdged him. Sec. o. //ur/Aerenar// dp That it shallbe
width of column and measuringnit against
the than twelve one lines of this first mony-Sec. 6. Be it further- enacted, That the doy, after 10 o'clock, A. M. .f thaI day, Sec. 3. Be it further enacted That if the duty oft the takerup, and be i* here

insertion more one dollar, each weekly type.contiuuar.r captains of the several companies of militia !! or sell or barter the sime.iprn pain that the issue be found against the defendant! by required to bring to the court-housr iu
shall this act I so offending sisal forfeit and or the county wherein he resides, and deliver
fifty cents longer and wider ones""at in this Territory, cruse every person reputed father, then he shall be condemned .
the.SM;.' rate ; Rule: and figure work, to be read at the head their respective j pay the sum of twenty dollars tor every by the judgment of sid! court I to Ute clerk of the couuty court of said coons
twice in under the i such offence. to not ty, every estrayed horse, marc, colt, filly,
di ubu-! [price for the first: insertion. Ad- I companies every year, pay exceeding fifty dollars and all
of the Sec 5. Jie it enactec. That assor mule.on the first sheriff" sal day that
,
vf i'i;< ieiits will be tnstefuhy displayed, penalty of forfeiting to the use further no necessary incidental: expenses alien-ling
act T4linc t-j the nature of them and willh county for every such neglect, five dollars person or persons upon the tint day of the turiii of said child, at tne discretion ofI shall happen after the expiration of twelvemonths

< ... 'i''UH'it l l by matter of this size t.> pe. recoverable bv ft-a-rant of any justiceof the week called'Sunday, shallserve or execute -I; said court, yearly: for ten years, toward from aforesaid the time with of the entering; such es-
and. it
'.'ta'u insrrtfd'dt intervals. (that is, not ins the peace of the proper county, on or cause to be served ur executed, ; tic support, maintenance and education tray as justice ;
clerk
I shall the of the to to
oe proceed
tenet f'f'rwpek.. fron the first to the the oath of two respectable! witnesses. any writ process or warrant, order, judgment i' of sai.i child ; and the said reputed father duty
sell! aforesaid the
last !....-. u.n) cacti insertion will I lit cbargc Sec. 7. And be It further enacted, That or decree, except i" ctittiinit ale's, l, s roll| give bondwtii good and sufficient foiesai'1 j>uci estrays Lctweeu as the usual hours for day a-

.: aa u.v ailverti emeiit.-Amounts for this act shall take effect from and after tits j I i or for a bre..ch of the peace ; but the: service security, to be approved by the money, to the highest bidder, ; which ready -

. =uhfrtl'l1: pava'.ilo ah I\va\s on demand. promulgation. of every such pmces YOr1er, warrant, court: for the due and faithful'
; patmen : money, shall in the hands of said clerk, .be
':. 'JT !Li1;' ral! c.mtr t.> with be mad with Passed December 28. 1827. judgment or decree, lill be void: U all :' of said, sum of money at the times subject to tbeorder thejud e of the cpuntr '".

.hot' wIll *i i.t,! to alherti..tby thl' Yl' *r. .IN L UuiiGKTT. intents and purposes whatsoever ; aril the therein naaieo t, which shall be made payable court far .o unt.Y p rM *esfatter defraying

: \U" r"ommui>'icati.Mis addressed to WHAK.LL President of-Legislative: Cuunc l. person or persons so serving ..rexeoltnwf i to the said courtai1 laid out and the charges of fees hereinafter directed;

!!r%r, l'-itT: will be promptly! A. Bi.tLA3JT, CIt'I'ppro'pd*'. the same, shall b:: liable to the .
ate lied tn.Latcs :\ January 1st, 1828.WM. party aggrieved, and to answer danagcs and l direction, from time to time maae ; to comply with these requisitions, shall

= ._.. .r- -- M MCCARTY to him for doing thereof: as if he cr they '", itch said bond shall be, and i er.rhy i b be liable for double the amount of the appraisement -

ofthp United ....ratsn. Acting; Govt-rnor of Florida. had done the same without any vrr:, process !. declared In have the sane force, validIty, I to he collected by execution

An net to prevent the Marshals! of the several 'I warrant order,judgment ordcree ; j|i a-id riled ao a judgment of said court, I under the hand and seal of the presiding

Judicial Districts i th-s Provided, that if infonnatiwn s'ull! be i j u 'o.i xvluch execution! may issue, as often I jud 1ge of the couuty court, unless sufficientcause

taking Grand and in Petit Territoryfrom Jurors : made by the oaths of two, respecUbh' persons I j as: .ijuney thereon :shall become due and to the contrary be shewn the court at

,t r ity from the counties in which they reside to any justice i>f the peace or nagis- P"--.ih! : ; Provided however, that if said the next term thereafter ; and the said for*

certain rate of any corporate town, tf.a they |!, c.idel should not be born alive or being ft>irurt'. when collected shall be applied tithe >
under; circumstances.Be
hive good reason to believe that use of the county after deducting legal
( and ay person born fe-.iouid die at any time, and tnt! :
r it enacted by the Governor LegitIntire .
liable to have ansuch f-:.
warrant "
process, tact
tsted the record of ll.e
Council of the Terntoi y of t i<*riau, fug- upon enacted That incase
.. 6. Be further
order, judgment or decree !coved I time Se ,
curt then and from that
couiity ,
I list hereafter it shall not be lawful for aforesaid
upon him, intends to withdraw hmseit the bond aforesaid :.h..11 Devoid. any person shall take up as -

tie Marshals of the several JudicIal Grnd Districts [ aId escape from this territory u.-uierover I Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That if any neat cattle, sheep goats, or

in this Territory, to summon land protection of the said first day if fie upon the iriat of time issue aiuiesaiu.it should hogs and no person or persons shall appear
Petit Jwror to attend the :Superior
or : week called Sunday,-in that case, itshali, be tbunii by the.jury against the woman, : and make: satisfactory proof withiu

r Courts held in any other County than be lawful tor any officer duly auihohsea, j or th.it such bastard is: not the child of thw I three months, that the said estrays arc
M'TIIORITY.I the in which such Gram: or Petit Ju
one being furnished with a certificate of such reputed father theu the jutlguieut of the ,I his. her or their property, the justice havincr -

I 'nric-No; 5.JAn rots reside : Providedtherebea Superior information upon oath a" aforesaid, under court snail be, that tlie: defendant or reputed ; sven twenty days notice by advertisement

act autho.! lLI.tF a Repisur to be issued Court csblished by law i.i like County in the hand of the justice of the peace or fiither he: discharged: and that the : in two of the moat public places

Jut tttr Bin; Liberator f L' ill). which said Jurors do res ..le.Psed,1)ecember'J7s magistrate; as afore: ai\l, to serv ot execute i woiiMia making the conptiut: sn.dllJ.1Y all in the captain's district wherein tie re-

Be: it carted i>.V flu "st/ia/i "'*(; Ihnse of]I h, 1827. such process, war ant, order, judgment costs: occasioned tnereoy. sides shall: proceed to sell the said e*.
ftipresinlulit'r* of the United .S/fliVs of .1- Approved, January; 4ih, 1823 his constable one of the
or decree on the said! first d- 'ri'irn.. in C'WH.T/VAI Mscmultd, That the Scr /- week called' Sundty, which sir-til seas valid I mother of any b.istatd c:ulJ. and thc leputfdfdther court days, between the usual hours, for

tary of Trcasuiy i is !heieliy nnthoiiztl An act to authorize and empower the and effectually) ne to all leg! intents shall at any time after its birth intermarry ready money, to the highest bidder ; andit
Court of Nassau to
tw *'J riei a register: to be issuod to tiieLii County appoint;
and as if the hid tile said chid: shall, in all respects shall be the dutv of the justices in the
sam
:
purposes
Commissioners to select ot"
iz Lil'etaor. ot Ilath. formerly a British a seat justice
been done on any other day of the weed be deemed and held legitimate: and several counties, and they are hereby required -
stf, c.v'.lrd! the LiU'ralor the aid vessel for aid County
H'o i :
Sec. 6. Be it That if the b.\tid aforesaid be void. to pay to the clerk of the county
tot\I..Z 1>1 MI stiniulfd on the coast ofttir Uf it enacted by the Governor and Le- further enacted. any
68 it Thatit each
5 6. And further enacted, court in their! respective counties at
Cuts 5iuis and! purchased by Parker .sristctive Council of tote Territory oj Florida person or ptr wlutaover shall chew shall! the of the in their
be duty court to appoint term of said court, all monies
I'll Cobb a cai/.en ot the Tnited States, I That 5 it shall be lawful, and i is hereby forth ex.ubit, act, represent or perform ;
said child and sale ufehtrays
a guardian or guardians to ; hands that have arisen from the
ni.d t.birc repaired : Fruridfd, That it n"llltthe duty of the County Court of or cause to be shewn forth :acted, repterented -
his her their into bond five
upon or entering as aforesaid, deducting per
Sha'l' he >ed the satisfaction or performed, interludes farces -
to of theS'crelatJ' any
pio Nassau, to appoint five discreet and
pro- wiiii good and sufficient security to be ap- for commissions and such other
oft* that! the ur plays of kind or centum
,
TreHsury repairs and any jrumistricks
to select make choice ofa any :
per persons the for the faithful
court, and all
proved law
inndc ill the L hard{ 5t ite>, after the pur- of justice for said and juggling, slight of fund, or feats of by per- charges as are allowed by :
seal the
county ; of his her their the
I torniHiice, or duty, money the
shall be subject to
dIt'! <' of the s.i'ul 1 ttS'sc-l b the dexterity and of monies so paid
,> present owui. said county court shall, at their next term, aghy bo.iy, .r any Dear-: shall be paid over by the court to such toe
". warred three-fourths of the huil; order of the judge of the county court
: original cost j i bailing or -uaiti'lg, o. such like
or the term next following, appoint such any guardian or guardians. This act shall. beic
.
of illl.' !lnz a vessel "f tne same tonnage in I show or exhibitionsvha: soever, except county purposes.Sec.
discreet and to select: the
proper persons force from and after the thereof.
if
the I'mud SlHtei. Ir I in the cities of Peiisacua) Si. Au''ujtine passage 7 Beit fu-her Enacted. That .
county seat for said county ; which saidpervns ; ; ) Passed, January 2, 1328. within! theterm
A STEVENSON, I shall, at the term next after their ail FeriiamJina+ on the first:: day or the 5 1323.An any person or persons shall,
Approved, January -
5p.'alv.or of the the time of such
rion>c of Reii| "sentathps.J I week called offending of two ye4'rsrom
Sunday
:i- apppiiittnef.t, to saul the every person so
report county
C. C \ LI10LN.V act respecting K:+trays. sale, to the satisfaction of the court
and th r-u" ici prove
I I place m.iuU'e selected bids >e ng co'"> M )C-
ce Ph' ld-nt of the Ttiiied States, and they ; \ selection fore Be it enacted by the G,ivcrnor and Legislative I that the properly bo sold was his, her or
it bv sui.l shall any justice or the ;:e..ccc of thcoun
!Piesidf of the Senate. approved court, be ty where the offence: sli.l I !: h ye been committed ., Council of the Territory of Florida, I their own, or that of his, her or their em-
lOih March Ivl*. the permanent seat ot justice for the That itsti.illand he law ful! for
Approved- in that .
of Nassau.Se shall, for every: such orr .:Cl., for :I may any person l plovers, as the cz may be, cafef.the
JOHN tit'INCY ADAMS.Laws county upon hi- own freehold, or other personhtvsor Court shall, after deducing the teen'andcsareshereiusfterdeticribrdpay
r _-....__ : 2. .ind be it further enacted That feat aid pay the sum of fifteen dollar i charge of such freehold in the absence I the
-" -- I an act emitted "all act .tblisii! Sec. 7. Be further,' enacted, [h tt all J
to the
'
e of the tvner thereof and not elsewhere !1
from buck
of Florida.Ar time
of
seat of the offences specified ii this act and II.K I ; balance money arising
county Nasu"approved 18th to take all whNberhor..t |
up estrays, Sales to the c: ina.nt ot such .
-- --- otherwise directed shall be I property.Sec.
: == -- I cogvztolebefore
-- 18 and all
.January 7. acts and parts of :, mar, colt, filly ass, mule, neat
IIF.11'Tllell.T1 r acts inconsistent with the provisions! of a justice of the peace, and if any cattle, sheep, gnat or hogs, that maybe i 8. Be it further enacted That the

s Art to r>r -ve: t Kire Iantin; g this act, be, and they are lierenyrepealed. person offending in the premise aforesaid foT.id straying away from theiro-.vners ; Justice, for his! scryices as above, shall receive

lit it *n'.acd bet:e G'jvtnwr and Leqiy- Passed, December 29th, 1627. shall be thereof convicted before any urn! evt-ry person taking up estruva as a- from ih- taker up. at the time such"estriV

lutli't' C'junfii o"tht ? 1''aJr1J of Floritui. Approved, January 4th, 1828. justice oflhe peace for the county wherein i i brave, :hall. within ten days in case such or esitays s'lall be brought before

Th.it it snail. no: be lawful 1 l for any" personor the offence .shtll have brenco.nmiileJ, trayi have been broke service, take or him or description or valuation! thereof

p' r f.no huiit with a gun b\ fire in \n act to provide for holding additional upon the view' of the said justice, or confession : drive it or them before a justice of the presented to him: as above, the sum oft

the n'.!ht time, at any lace within this terms of the District and Superior of tc! party oifeiuling! or proof of pence {a the county, whose duty it shall, be, ent) -ive: cents for each horse mare,

'rl !'t'itofw .** <%f they Suw..nee river, exCt't Courts in this Territory, and for other I any witness or witnesses upon oath or and he is hereby required. to take uo"n in cult, lil'y. as* jr mule and the sum of six

within I'.is own enclosures! ; and a:,)' purposes.Be affirmation, then the :said jusne before writing a particular description of the and: on:.fU1.rtn cents for each head of

z per.r convicted thervof be'rc any justice it enacted by the Governor and'le whom such conviction .thai) be had shall: marks.natural! and artificial, brandsstature.: neat cattle, sheen, ;;nats or hogs.

f tiie peace of the county! wherein gislative Council of the Ten-iton* of Florida direct and send his warrant under his age and dour of such estray or estra\. Sec. 9. Bs it funhe enacted That the

the .fi' i is That the juuge of the District und Superior hand ar.d seal, to some constable: of the and immediately to issue his warrant to two
of
committed the
< nce by oath of taker up such estrays ::>shJI as a corn- .
one or more ciedhbc! witnesses, shall courts of Middle Flonda shall hold county, commanding him to levy the said or more freeholders or householders of the pens.tinn for maintaining aid keeping

i' forfeit and for a court o- the fourth M JIl.t.1of. Max and forfeiture* and penalties by distress and vicinage commanding them having born ,
pay ever> such r.ftcr.ce not j t)%e same, put them to immediate Loot,
exceeding live dollars, to be recovered November, in the: County ot Jefferson, at sale of the goods and chattels: of such or- I first duly sworn thereto, well & truly to ap- if capabi.: of service, and if incapable, receive -

Wish costs hy warrant of the justice be the count) Seat of said county: in each tender or offenders : and 111 case no such I praise or ascertain the value of such Astray, j| from the owner, if claimed, or from
i
fore uhoiu the conviction shall be had at and every year. d :,trcs9 can be had, then every such offender -which appraisement or valuation and description i t the courtif sold a reasonable satisfaction

tLe: discretion of the justice: ,-one half Sec. 2. Bf it further enacted, Th-tt all shall, by warrant, under the hand as above; to cl"ervith the name I I i to be adjudged by the judge of the coUnty

Icr the us- of the county in which! the acts .ml pans of ctJj of they T-rritory, and seal of said justice, be committed J to of such taker up ami' tie place of his abode, i t court and a j istice of tie peace for the

suit iiiuy be brought and the other half restricting tile District and Superior the jail of his county, tor the space oftwcI.t.four the said justice sh'l!, within ten day there- I county according to the circumstances
after transmit; to the clerk!; of the
for the us1 of the person suing for the Courts to A limited time of holding theirrespective hours for every offence. of said county uf the case : Provided, nevertliejess, that

f same ; and ;n csr any person or pers-jis terms, be, and the s-inie art Sec BeitfifTtherenactzd'Vh\ it shall court the county taking special such care in c=-se:: of putti'ig birJi estray to labor, he
that or taking
so co ;tictedItall r,f.!:e or neglect topay hereby: repealed ; and aid courts shall be the duty ot the justice: before whom' estray, do person solemnly persous swear or alH.-in up. that I' .hall he bound to produce uch estrav to

% such hue. it s!:all be the duty of the bo hoiden hereatter, as long at each! such conviction shall! be had to tike and he or they hanol altered or f"au.ed to thfouner.it"chimed! or to the clerk, if

justice before uhoin he or they shall have I term a> the business: of said courts:: resuec-; receive all such forfeitures and fines, a.i be altered, tilt marks or hr.uid or" gut h estrnv I sold, casualties! e.\ccpted. in as good ecu*

been coimcted, to commit such pef'Sn'or lively shall require. may become due by virtue of this act, : and to the best of ins or tln-ir linoted'O"t" \\- I dttion as w hen appraised.

pe'SOl"1) he jail of the county where Passed, December 31t, 1827. and pay the same: to tl.e treasurer of thecusi..ty and belief: inch marks or hrniuU ii.ivc Sec. j(i //: it fitrtftfr enacted That;
+ the t.t.nee shall have been Approved, Jauua.\ 5.h; 1823. wherein the crime up.
committed, was com lted or have notn the cusi may bet ill any wise I on tlie l df!livery of tiny such estray to thee
then to rcmu'n, without bail or main. An Act for for county purposes.Sec. been altered and that the
the suppression: of vice, and owner or owner -raI owner, or in ie! case of sale, upon
prize, *nv term not less l than one day or punishing the disturoers of religiousworship 9. .1nd be it further enacted, Thatno is to him or them unknown.Sec. the sale thereof; the taker: up shall re-

nmre than ttr't'! inuntns.Sec. J and Sabbath breakers.Be person shalt be prosecuted for any offence 2. Be it further enacted, That incase c- ive from the owner or clerk, as the case "

2. Be ti fun heenacted.. Tint if any it enacted by the Governor and Legislative against this act, unless the pro>ecu- any person Uall take up any such es- may be, the sum of one dollar fur each,
> >n hunting w.ttt fire the tiGn be commenced within three after ed neat cattle, sheep, goats or hogs, he
ptrtM ; light in ni,jhttime Council of the Territory of Florida, days tray horse mare, colt, title', ass or mule in
hall| kill or wound horse mare officer for the commission of such offence. shall cause the same to tar viewed by a
any That him
no any civil cause, shall addition to the sum by paid to flit*
Cutts neat cattle, sheep, boat or I Passed, January ht, 1323. noteholder in the county where the same:
hog, or arrest any minister religion licensed according I justice, and the sum of twelve and a half
oucrdouebiic ar'.nal, not being l his own, to the rules of his sect, while! such Approved, January 5th, 1828.: shall happen ; and that the taker up be cents tor ea :h head of neat cattle, sheep,
tin so ofiendin, hall be liable compelled to advertise said estrays at least I
person to minister: : shall be publicly or hogs in addition to the
preaching or gnats sumsabort'
an .;';'lvU at law to:- double the value of performing1 An act to provide for the support and ten d+tvs, ;t: the place of holding justices'courts : mentioned for the

s:..d altars!, to die person aggrieved anchurch )" maintenance of bastard children.Be in said district prior to tolling, and I keeping anduuiifiaii.ing
; inadi.t.cn meethrg the
to tJIt ubove penalties. / place of it enacted by the Governor and Le- shall, immediately thereafter go with such I same.

Ste. j.slae. Be itjxriher enacted, ThAt if religious worship and ; and every officer so giifative Council of the Territory of Florida householder or freeholder before a justice Sec. 11. Be further cnactctf That the

any ur Mates bhall! be discovered I; shall offending be fined and being thereof convicted That when any single woman who I of the peace for said countyand make oath I clerk, of the said court shall' Ior the re-

imprisoned at the discretion shall be delivered of child before him that the same was taken up af ceivjr.cr! entering and publishing a* above
fir. or
pregnant a ,
Liming; If: manner aforesaid[ such of
the
slate! or l I.n% on conviction. thtreo'f court ; utid shall l. moreover who by law, would be deemed and helda I his plantation or place of residence In the I directed: receive the sin of fifty cents, to
in be liable to tile action of the party: ar bastard shall make said county, and that the marks! or brand- I he paid b}' the owner upon claiming tlitpropvrty
PiK B'.r uloicsaul, before of complaint to an;
any justice rested. of stfch estray have not b}" him', or to the or deducted out l.flhe money
tin actR,: the one or more justices of the peace for the
l'
county wherein the Sec. 2. Be further enacted That if best of his "knowledge, been altered and
;
.Jch
; in
ctt v e. ray 'ia\e been commttud any county aforesaid, and shall accuse any :A1'IiinSfrom property case eJf sale;,
shall, person shall on o'r then the said : shall take from the '
justice
purpose maliciously
of and ; ieiunhersuia ot five centum -
b\ i.niiroi the said person being the father of such child, per upon
justice, receive
tt c.\c-.'umj-; hart)' Usltcs, well laid: not contemptuously disquiet or disturb any it shall be the duty of such justice or justices said taker up and householder freeholder t the balance of: such ifiortey, as a comf.jr -'
on upon congregation assembled, in church I oath a particular and exacf description
upon f
hi* bare back aid tne any to issue a process, directed to the : i.es..tion: selling, collecting fie pavingrfcc. ,
; master "
or owner" meetinghouse other place of of tne marks, brand*, colour an.f
or such dive the religious sheriff coroner ur constable such ::: li. HIt enacted Tlut
) (:r county further itseal
person In whose
all and of
of
such cattle
care worship, or misuse such minister age every neat I
hv s.uli: be. it s.ud hunting being against the person so accused as aforesaid betue duty of the clerk of aid court,
was dune b) there, he may be put under! restraint du- sheep, gout or hog, and such justice shall
h:> t-r tl.cir ouUr. shall: forfeit and and cause him to be biiij sat: torh- above directed issue his i to render to the clerk of the said countycourt
pay ring religioui\ in a manner warrant j
by
the .Mm, 01 dollars worship any justice present with before him them and his at term thereof
ten for each slave so which justice or ; upon for the appraisement of such eMrays! i every a true statement

tens vied, to be recovered: : with tests, by none be present, then being present before, or if appearance it shall be the duly of said which description and valuation shall, by j of all monies arising fiumthes.Jes

warrant ot the justice before' whom the whom proof of the offence any justice hull be made justice or justices to examine the said said justice, within ten days, be transmitted t j of Citraya as aforesaid, accompanied: UUU.

J conuctionilull' be had, and paid by such may cause t he offender to find female on oath, in the presence of the to the clerk of the county court, bv him to the proper voucher

justice into the treasury of the propel lo be bound by two securities in man alledgi.-d to be the fAther of the I be disposed ofas hereinafter directed. S---C 13. Be it farther enacted' Tat! ron Y
recognisance:
a
.. county tor county purposes sufficient penalty for his behaviour! I child, touching the charge against him : See. 3. Be it further enacted That it shall! person taking up any esira! ) ae. nfore*aia,
good ;
,, ,t c. 4. Be it farther enacted, That if and indefauli thereof.shall, commit him to, and if said justice or justices shall be of be the duty of every justice of the peace j and l.ufui: ; or neglecting comply with

3t1l the_ person: convicted before justice of the jail uf the county wherein such offence I opinion that sufficient cause appears, it before whom any estray shall be carried us j|'ar.d iu.fiI the true intent and cleaning

: peace an m-luer! .foe5.tj, of sending shaH be com ..r.'uted there to remain shall oe his or their duty to bind the person aforesaid, to enter a true copy of the certificate tins :t.ct. and being therepf duly eouviwtcdbefore

1 bating ben; lw ur her save, or auj not sc accused, in bond with good and transmitted hits him to the clerk of the the county court, sruli, tV;r every'
exceeding month. '
s .lavei, ,
Gut Ins or her charge fare Sec. 3. tie further enacted. That if sufficient security to be and appear before \ court in a book to be by him kept for that ;;i suco ollence, furfeit and. pay a Mini equali
t.' m : before niUorTe'd any the next court, to be holdcn
manner county purpose. to douulti for value of ,uch
the the I II i iSec. ebiray so negiet -
person l nJlng'5ball be .ubtectto shall person.on einploV Sabbath his: day, called Sun!!..>, for said county, and in the mean time: to 4. Be it further enacted, That it shall i!! ; .::? to be lolled and advertized *s

the .auie p.,1 and IJ cuatt)es as ate pro. slaves' !in l looour apprentices, servants or he of good behaviour.Sec. I he the duty of the clerk ul the county court !| aforeMkd, to hr recovered by suit or action -

nacdDi8., S-t, to be mBscte.1: on lire it be in the ordinary or other household bukiurtt,butin---1 except: 2. fa it further enacted That: the I in acn county in this territory and' be is at law, the iiif.irmtr to be the plaiir., .

a Co.iTjTyo.i7t aforesaid, at iheir ncx.. I K wby rtwlr .1. to receive and cntrr in a i J till" in \ht action,-one half; "fhl:: bit !9ft





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% recovered to the use of the informer, the 1 i : but he had forgotten the pace, tional! force Is at this mfltncnt needed I g-cstitfn ; that the !(1pha us,the passage CDmmisntn'-TJ is not for Affairs ofIrnf.j.,. .
arrangement yet completed, but it
,- : other half to the use ofthe county. j I' when a youuir lad came running to. hoth in the Mediterranean & Pacific, from tho month to the stomach, understood that Sir J. 1\1'DonaU and Dr.a '_.f .. _

'fi r;!; t 1 Sec. 14. Bcitfuither enacted, That if i wards him, with great anxiety depict- & 8S has been suggested by one of our while it receives the virtues ofthe saliva Phillemore retite. ; ,.

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any juiticeor clerk shall refuse or neglect i 'Sir' be impregnated with snuff at Attorney General.-Not :
I; od in his countenance. said representatives, more may soon may yet arranged. "f

r t "- act to perform, each juttice the duties our clerk required neglecting by this or ;;j he, 'your wheeJ is loose.' The man I needed in the West Indies, for the some tinre retain a portion of it, which, Solicitor General IRELAND.Sir N. C. ridah1./ i.'

:t refusing, shall, fotvel'y such neglect or i immediately stop, got out in the mud, : protection of our commerce ; yet we by[ irritating the nervos, will occasion Lord Licl&tt7&flllt.-Marquis of
\ of dollars j the I find l of the Naval Com the inflammation that no hand can reach. Ang use:1 ,
refusal
:! forfeit the sum twenty ; and looked at the wheel.whcn boy the chairman vice Marquis of Wclh'iley. '

I one moiety to be paid to the party informing exdiiimed, 'the other wheel', bir.' Around I mittee recommending to Congress, That the acrimony of snuff, is ableto Chirf Setrelarg.-IUght Hon. W. Lamb. i.::: (._.

J ;I. and the otherm&etytotL&use ot the he waded through the mud, I that the officers should be dismissed prcrluce in those part with whichit Such is the composition ofthe Cab : ,

.I, 4f;. IIFIT t mitted county, where to bn recovered such offence by action shAll be oMebt corn-, filled his pumps with water and mire, I at the end of a cruize, and when needed comes in contact, dangerous swelling I m met, which, however it may delight a

in any court having cognizance of the examined the linch( pin there, and saysto tne'rr place should be supplied. mid' excrescences ; and that there party in England, will not add greatly f

lf'" same and shall moreover be liable to an the boy, 'I do not see any thingout from the merchant service. A more is great reason to believe that polypuses t to the glory of England abroad. The
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't1 p: .. action danujes to the party injured, of the way.' Why I thought short-sighted policy, we venture to i in the nose are occasioned by. tory papers exult in the prospect that ... ...;..'

-:; 1f and, upon conviction, pay double roils. 'twas loose', said the hid 'I saw it say, could never bq dreamed of. We I snuff. Russia, the Porte, America herself

:o k Sec. 15. lit further,'enacted, That from described should look in vain in the hour di ... ,
turn round, (at the same time : will feel tho alteration of measures,
", ?t and after the firi t clay of March next, it
%' a circle with his finger,) "You need, for skilful, disciplined and prac- !i'OJtEIGX.u which the change of policy cannotail
1: :.1 shall be the duty of the clerks of the -. __ .___ ._
4 county courts of this Territory respectively provoking little rascal, what do yen tised officers, and our next struggle, : From the Baltimore American. f to effect, and that England, rally.

II ))', ithin twenty day* after they or either ; meant'! exclaimed the gentleman. with whatsoever natio* it may be, Intelligence from .-The I ing i from the mischiefs of overstrained 4

:i.i: ol them may have received from any justice -|' 'Aye' says the lad 'the oven's on fire! would witness! less of success and of New York in 47 days from l liberality and fine spun policy, will bo
1 '. I Sully at -ti
if the of the county for which j jJle '
peace honor than the last. .
- the oven's on (fire! Tho merchant herself) again. -
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the 13th
: Paris
:; is clerk, befoie whom any estray horse, Havre, brings papers to .
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,:.t. I." mare colt. (illy, ass.or mule may have been j I was so highly pleased with the Jad'swit I There is another consideration, too, January, and London to the 11 ill in- From Vera Crur.-By tho arrival ,

!:,' 4 xxtled with the law that ho threw him a dollar, and which Mr. Hoffman seems entirely to '
r; { an conformity e tray I clusive. The most important intelligl'nce at N. York, of tho Packet ship Vir- 1
it;,,4. now in force in this Territory, a dcscrip.tion continued hrs Journey.J1farricd.At forget, or to he ignorant of, and thatis
', /110' I is the change in the British -gioia, we have received from our ,
: .J:'. of such estrayed horse, marc, colt, tho market house, in the unqiH-stionnble) \ policy of our correspondent Q .
Ministry of which nothing more is file of Vera Cruz
a
t filly, ass, or mule, to advertise such estray this city at 5 o'clock, on Wednesdayevening government, to prepare in peace, for pa-
known than that Lord God- .
: .t or estrays according to the description certainly I pers to the 20th of Feb. The com. .,
r I last J. W. Merulith Esq. tho exigencies of war. A
It: .p thereof which he may have received as by competent erich has resigned, and Lord Lynd- : motions into which the country hid:

) : aforesaid, in three public places within Mr. BRIGHT PRICKCTT to Miss ELIZA number of able officers is as requisite hurst and th'3 Duke of Wellington : been thrown by the seditious movements

,. the county where such estray or estrays COLE. The I above pair were emigrating for the safety of our navy and flu its had been sent for by the King to forma : Montano, H and Santa

; 't r shall have been taken Up, and in the news fiom N. Carolina & became first efficiency, as the ships themselves ; &. Jrragan -

; '; :' paper published nearest the place aforesaid acquainted with each other on Unions it ould be as well to sell or destroyall cabinet. I Anna, had in part subsided, and
and the of such The intelligence from the East, so although fve believe it will
rcqu''3
; ; proprietor paper '
: ) the
: road to Georgia. They were vessels: in ordinary, as to cast
:; .t.f shall receive, as compensation for the I far as it regards the intentions of some time to restore perfect tranquil
$ of the out of the limited
bound to diflforent sections employment number -
J .. publication of each: estray, the sum of one Russia, i is oi the same complexion as l lbefore. lily, there appears to be less reason
.k ;" dollar and fifty cents. country, aud finding that the road. of oncers now on the navy roll.
It still be
to
seems thought the
.;1: to apprehend danger to existenceof
I ,,i: Sex 16. Be it fu-ther enacted, That the forked at Augusta! tho idea of sepa- We are (lad, however, to add, that that that Power will act in accordance the
.. ;. said clerks hall he authorized in Republic than was expressed
..: respectively ration was intolerable, so enamoured Congress did not view the matter
; with the stipulations in the treaty ofthe in our last notice of this
; of the monies from country.
:;: to pay out arising other tin ( with tho naval
had they become of each on same light committee -
I: i ; xho c .l.ur nf rstrays the expense incurred 6th of July. From Turkey, on The Editor of the "Noticioso": in"a
for such advertisement or advertisement, their journoy. They had; halted in but voted the appropriationin L
fl on the contrary, the reports! are of a series of remarks the conductof
i; *;:vi t unless it should so happen, that the ou ncr front of the market, when their disconsolate the full amount recommended. upon
warlike character. Some Gen. I'ravo insists
more
active in the .
.. or owners of such cslray or estrays may situation was whispered, to i\cw York Telegraph. strong.est
., measures of defence are men- terms the of
1 .Ii' them or cither of them upon necessity condemning
prove away previous of citizens the .
some our news soon We observe
-
/nti-Duellmg Society.-
; !r to sale. .len, and in that case, i it'i tioned, and the Mufti, the head of the that fallen; officer to .dea.h.

shall be the duty of the clerk to demand became general, and in a short period a notice in the (Natchez) States- church, has by a pastoral leUer call- He declares that the high standing! .

; and receive of the owner or 0 nerd of e\'erallrundred of our people, from mar and Gazette, calling a meeting ed the faithful to the defence of Isla- which he formerly occupied in the

; 'i ucb estray or estrays the full amount of gcneinls and aldermen, colonels and of tie citizens of that place for the mism. Still the Divan does not deem I confidence of his .
incurred for such advertisement down the little of the conntrymnn, only
; I, expenses squires, to boys purpose forming a society to
suppress the inevitable result of the I late
L .; !, or advertisements; previous to the delivery gathered! around-nnd all agreed war serves to aggravate his crime ; and
city, the The
ti t prac.tict of .Dueling
WI., ,....j of such estray or estra 's.f that Mr. and Miss Eliza should' I transactions ; and a general persiu- that the considerations of his public*
Bright ofMich Societies i is Chris- I
; Sec. 17. Be it further euacted, That the object \ very tint exists Vienna, that the winter, services, should Inve no weight whencompipjd

:. .,r clerks ot the county courts aforesaid, be one. A subscription was instantly ti.'ii-like and laudable, but it will 1 a: ]least, will be spent in uegociations. : with the pernicious

'tp; "' shall be entitled to the sum of fifty cents raised to pay the license fee, and our i hava very little effect in correcting c consequences

t ...:.4;. for transmitting the description of said worthy Squire of the 122d district, those false notions of honor entertain from the N. Y. Evening Post, March4th.. which will result from suffering

I :, \. '.estrays, from the owners, if pnncn away, volunteered to officiate on the occa- I ed jy our modern Fire-eaters and r From France.-By the packet ship so prominent a rebel to go unpunished.

t! f'::,: pr from the proceeds of the sale of such sion without!! 'fee, rewRid or th'? hope woild-be gentlemen who think it France, Captain Funk, from Havre,, (;t>n. Bnrragan and Santa

,u ':1 'estray, if sold thereof: Tile knot being tied Alderman a with a valuable cargo, estimated at t Anna, have been brought to Vera
::i;! Sec. 18. Be it further enacted, Thit in I greater disgrace to bear an imaginary
: upwards 5,000,000 francs, we have Cruz, where they ar.' to await their
Danforth proposed that a subscription I
; : all!I cases where expenses have been incurred insult, than to murder a fellow being
:1' received Paris to the 1st of trial.-HaltGtiz.. Wth nit
;; .:;..4!f arising under this act, by advertising be raised for a marriupe portion in cold blood, and render a whole: papers

r : such estray or estrays, it shall bt the dutyof and with praise worthy example, family miserable. A'f ry different I February inclusive, furnishing us with]1 1'rnn G Gibraltar.\V c have received
::! the said clerks respectively, to remunerate London dates to the 29tlu 'rhecon
i l tendered hundred of bacon
one pounds i the
remedy should! be pursued, and we by Bogota, Capt. Sheffield,
:
such of the
!; : expense, .out money tain the of the of England
peech King
The
his took
: as quota. thing would that to all! such Gibraltar papers tl) the iiOth: of J"lna.
"I .:,;: arising: from the sale or such estrays ; and say tptytouch-
r 1 .=-:;, it sball be the duty of ail such clerks tokeep I I well-1--and sill hands contributed their wood gentry, who are ready. to draw: read before Parliament, and I I ary inclusive. The only item of political

I 4:1 a fair and regulabook of entry of mite-and tho happy} pair took up a pistol if a cat should tread on their an account of the formation of the intelligence. not before publish.

:;r all such expenditures, to exhibit to the their line of march, arm in arm, towards toe, tho strong arm of the 1 hw shouldhe I new ministry.On ed, i is the following copied from the
i :,.: : county courts of their respective countus I loud} this event taking place, the
: ;:... : Tall'ihissee; amidst .huz applied. Let it be in all cases a Chronicle of the 22d! :-

tj : respectively upon application I zas of prosperity!! to the HelUuliiilud! i j crime of minder for kill London Courier announced that the Ptn-lugal.-The P rin
jJ :::. Sec. 9, And be further enacted, That one HMD to f'ss Rogeirt
f.: ;'::' so much of an act entitled '* an act for recording l Ion live Mr Bright: arid Mss; Llzi.:: : t I another; in a duel, aid: let the law be editorship of that paper had passed into opened the Session of lb2S on the 2d

i ::'":I marks and brands and as j1iirustuA ., CIII'fJ1iid other hlDds-nor, however, into
'I estrays rigidly executed in a few instances, i January, pursinnt to the 13th article
i i* inconsistent with the provisions of this rather ludicrous strange ones, but into those that conducted .
; : !; scene too placein and it will, in a short time, do more, I of the Cor.stiUUionul Clnnor. Her
: .i': r.ct," approved June llth Ib2.5, b:?, and i it tire lIighstscr t,\V orcester. A coach to : thh odious than it from 1799 to 1817. The Royal Highness chiefly reminded the
": the same is hereby, repealed, aud this: act suppress practice : article in which this declaration is
f to take effect from atirl r.ftcr its publica passing along had nearly run over a all tiiH l ulnii.Dueiliisg Societies that t Chambers, that a great doal remained,
:; ma"ie{ be considered of
!servant' sirl l, when the coachman; called ; tI may as a sort iu be done before the Political
; 4! tion. Parsed, January 3, 18-8. I can be established from this time tithe f fabric

11 C: ; Rejected, January 7th, Jb2S Heconsid. out take care Sally !" The girl, Millennium. Such laws have been public declaration of war against its could bo considered as completely

;, .f-"; cred & passed by the requisite majorityPOETICAL. ". however, without attempting! to e>Cripu enacted in some of the States, and 1 hte allies and friends the cx-ministers. consolidated!: ; expressed a hope, that
.. .... .
: The coalition between
II Whig
'.'. -jI.-- J :ct :- tho danger, looked on to the coachman the result has ;abmutantlv!! proved dlcirutHily strange : they would f foruard this great work

t fa c. with I an air of offended pride, and i aid all that is wanting! ; to ren and Tory, the experiment of unkingi I h without los of time, and with that

) __ siid it is'nt : anslIch Cabinet half Whigs and half Torie*,
Sally
or zeal and
der them completely f'flectul: h, (I I prudence of which they have
J :. stuff its Ameliu A ." says the Courier, has failed ; and that
common 111\\ a more strict admin-itraiion of them.Sirrar already given mnny a proof: noticed
!V I it; --L-_ x. rl journal congratulates the public upon I the appointment of the Infant Dozii1igud
,.tlt not at all. A sailor
..1;. .'''1 UA1iV.: I I recently having a "Tory Adininistratioivletorniiried I to the Regency, and observed,
I I
,".r,;., __ ...L:. ..__ ==r____.__-. ___ in New Vork brought a suit a. upon maintaining-thr: constitution ; that His Royjil Highness'
perfect
1 : concurrence -
J ; The ..\* : King's tho
designs
,(.'" .'.;.'.. ., that a spirit of opposition! to thi-- sid, t for assiiuit and battery t in causing State-an administration, by which coincidence 1)1(111? latter with tho, -
: .. of and him to he severely beaten on hoard the iho of reform political
strong arm our safety brightpillar principle parliamentary :I views
of the
.
: Great Power
'.' .' 4 of our glory, is observed, wiiere I I II ship! at sea, (for swearing. The captain \v\\\\\ not he supported, nor the catholic and the ?,

r- : 1 The: dying American Tav. i it should least 'xist-in Concuss an I admitted the act, but pleaded tho question be conceded nor test and I measures adopted by Government

. ,.;:.' : His couch was his shroud-in his hammock opposition it is true which at this moment I mil's of the liip} which prohibited I[ corporation acts be repealed." had put an end to party: spirit
aud
.,.. re-established and
i he ilitxl- does oaths. 'Tlio court verdict for I peace quiet in
not recommend its annihilation gave The Courier, upon entering on its
:: \ Th* shot of the Briton the interior ofthe kingdom bore
: was true ; the ; testimony
:: but those which captain ; at the same time saying duties before the
'. lie measures must t i I new lays public; a:
: ? breathed ,but he cried
a sigh faintly to the snccrity with wiiich;
I I' .. Adieu, my brave shipmates, adieu rramp its energies: and debilitate its I j the rp III.Hion was; salatary and I list of the new ministei both in the a

I .t..:.. IAway force. It needs no special; gift of( pro- :!J praiseworthy the captain justified j I Iii cabinet and Out.Vith the exception:I neighboring intion opposed the attempts -

t ;:y to your stations it ne'er must be phm-y to predict that it is the dawning ; ;I ) punishing for its infraction ; that of un(" or two nominations, which maybe which continue to be made by
,11 said I restless spirits to disturb that
. Your banner, of a spirit, which if fomented, will I jtm-y j: regretted it was not more generally h-nged, it may be considered, I tranquility -
you furled for a foe : arid in conclusion in
; ,
I .: ;;' LM those stare cTcr slime HI you mien undermine the high eminence which'\ ; aI'Jpwd-an terms of the
h makt heat!. the navy: now occupies, and leave !i to by the captains themselves.' THE CABINET. speedy rc-sio-
I ration of the credit cf the Bank and
And the pathway to victory show. our commerce to tho merry of for- :I To Prescient oflfie l"QUllcilEarlllathurst, ;
remove spots of grease, pitch, that Government would
__ 1 vice Dukf of 1'ortlnnd.! promised,
and of
tune little which .
-l- ftemcmbcr the accents of Lawrence the every power :I or oilfrom woolen cloths.-In a pint t. Lord High ClullIall"r-Tord Lv nd liii rt. omit no means in its power to maintain

brave, ,I can fit for sea a piratical squadron It of spring water dissolve an ounce ofI I Lord /Viry Seal-Lord Edtruborough,, the friendly elation now happily:
., Ere the spirit flail fled is singular too that this inimical disposition ;I
__.j. to its rest- pure pcarlash, add to the solution a vice Earl of Carlisle.:: subsisting between Portugal and the
r 4 "Don't give up the ship !"-Ict her sink should he first manifested : lemon cut in small .slices. This being First Lnrd of the Treamry-D! of
r- 'neath ; other ['owers.Rtw.
the wave.And I Wellington'!) vie Viscount Guile' ich.
from a quarter where we 1m: e a rigln _
: ; the breeze bear her fate to the west. properly mixed and kept in a Chancellor of the E.crhequa-.Hight Honorable -- -_._-_--

to expcd the very opposite, the warmest I warm state for two davs the whole Henry .Joulhurn, vice! Kiglit Honorable l\\\ \ 'r \ c. -
Oh V 1 A
; swear that your banner shall: never be friendship for th Navy and its interests I nurst be strained and kept ill a bottle] : J. C HerriM&Jler *-?. -_-= ==7------ _
; fiirl'd, and that is from the naval com General of the Ordnance-Lord: =-
for A little this I A caso of
Let me hear the use. ( liquid pouredon I Contempt of Court was
,. foe!" word "Struck has the I mittee. The chairman of that !)0iv. the stained part; is said instantly to i cues loud. recently tried; in tile District: Courtat
\ \lr. ) Secretary nj S-refr, Home Department
', And i Hoffman, opposed the [bill making
: conteuted rjy soul bids adieu to thoTo \ remove all spots of grease, pitch, orI: -Right Honorable Robert Peel, vice \I I
t. 4 : 'odd, appropriations for the support of theNavy oils ; and the moment they disappeartiie I I quis of Lansiiovvne! soon after the previous session ot

.f. its pleasure, ig ()!tins, and its woe. I during the coming year, and cloth is to be washed in clear water. Secretary of Stale for Colonial Department the court, Mr. Tiilinchast called

He said I moved a reduction of upwards of .-Glasgow Wtckly -Right Honorable. I1l1sh.i sl\l.\ the elm k of tho
;I. .:..., heard!-and a gun to the leeward wa.- S?GoOO, in order to prevent the promotion Magazine.Salting Secretary of Stale for foreign Al airs- upon connected court, on business
with the
Earl office and
h. 11' and Smoking meat in 48 Duttleji ,
; : A "'a the enemy's welt he knew officers, and to cutoff tlioM? President
the Board of
in
f1 ; : He gun hours.-A quantity of Salt Petre of of Control-Vis- spukt; it very disrespectful!: "nl's.
.' i raised up his head, and three times her who are onshore waiting orders. h e- count Alulville. vice Right lionotablc C. W.Wynn. On being cautioned! *> the clerk lie
cheered i is glaringly said that the Navy costs qual to tin- quantity of common Salt, y ,

ih :' And_expired a* he uttered_"Adieu." the nation one seventh of all its expenses that would be required for the mea President of the Board of Trndc and I ,I l became more violent, and besides

--_ --. and this is forth with in the common wav, must be dissolved Treasurer of the iVary-Right Honorable] other abuse, charged the court with
put as "
.q l\JSING. solemn in water. Put the meat into this Chants. Grant. "gross partiality, and with acting
air if the .
an as Navy was even Chancellor the Lancaster.
-' slow fire till the of Durhy of officially, from motives."
--- over a water is corrupt :
r
w -
in time
: of peace a dead weight upon evap Earl of Aberdeen, vice Lord Bext! y.
4-, ; From the Ulifa Sentinel. the country, inread of being, as it is, orated-thon hang .it up 24 hours ina Master of the Mint-Right Honorable! .J. At the present term, the clerk! phced

Original Ancctlote.-During the rivalry tho of in thick snioku.SntffIn C. Hel des, vice Right Honorable J. Tier- on file an affidavit of this conversation ,

: j between Utica and Rochester protector commerce every ney. and a rule was sarved upon Mr
quarter of the world, and of our citizens : a pamphlet published Secretary at War-Viscount Pa1ro rston.
a gentleman merchant from the latter $ Tillingh--st, requiring him to show ,
wherever found, and whenever nearly three of NOT IN THK CABIN I'f. I
kk place, was travelling: through Oneida quarters a century ago, I cause why his n-rme should not he
such protection is needed. The fact His Roynl Hijjhne'' the Duke of Clarence
written Dr. John
t : of by Hill!, appear, stricken from the
: F county. Being a humOrpus turn, on is, that in those of the -Lord High! Adrairnl. rolls. Air.rriI-

4f passing Dutchdwelling; where a stone remote from the seaboard parts and country whore among other matters, the following Judge Adtomte (ftntral.-Ri 'hf Hon. [ling hast appeared, and after hearing,
oven cautions against the immoderate use sir John Beckett, Bait vice Right Hut>. I his
was heating, which was situated name was ordered to be stricken
the influence and utility of our shipsof of T. The doctor James Abercoinbie.
endeavors
suu i
of doors t 0prove off
unless
, out at ono side of the ho would ofler a suitabo:
war are not so immediately felt II Wood: and Furtils.' -Ri.ht Hon. Charles
6 that snuff :
by corroding the
house, he felt disposed to hoax the in there is no special affection for this of the Arbuthnot, vice Riht Hon. ',V. S. Bourne. : apology ; but refusing to do so, the
. nerves nostrils
L: habitants. He called out 'hallo, the branch of impairs, and often Vice President oj the Board of li'aJe.- I order was ma.'Io aluoluto, upon two
our arid this coldness
house hallo, the house I' Out came power, destroys the sense of smelling ; T. F. Lewis! Exq. I grounds. First, that a person who is

.ilhi the Dutchman., Dutchman's to its interests will soon appear that tIlling into the mouth, the saliva Paymasler General.-Right; Hon. W. V. doing all in his to
wife power bring a courr
the Dutchman's in the shape of open hostility, if becomes tinctured by it, and the acrimony I. Fitzerlnrui.Under .
;
three into discredit
: and
: sons, and th those who should be its warmed advocates of the tobacco much Secretaries of Slat:.-none. S.; contempt, is an improper -

Dutchman's eleven daughters. lIe found so injuresthe M. Philip, ":'\q., and W. Y. P :el. K>.n.f ; person to act in it ; ;:nd se

S observed to them 'your oven's on are to undervalue and nerves of the tongue, that the flavor vice T. 9. Rice, E-q ; Colonial.: R. \V. Hay, j i jvoudly j that such language as: Mf- ,
13 depreciate it. It is true that at this j of fruits and the more delicate foorlscannot Esq ; the other n.,tel rt !icil. ToreL'u.' ,
fire all !
-They flew Tiiliij mst has used
swiftly around althoKgli not uttored -
time
there
are not vessels enough in !: bo perceived that of Lord Howard de Walden, John Backhouse.
4 the corner of the house, and the merchant commission I' ; some Esq. whiltth. court was in session,
to and !
give
constant active the fluids: which the glands of tho .
tf: rode on enjoying the joke. A I'! nose Secrvlyrics of the 'freamrlJ.-.TOSt 1 1Piantu : \v; s ;i contempt, and this was a pnv
employment to all officers
t i short time since the same gentlcm but it is also our : naturally} discharge, will be drawn, EMJ.. Itlhi G. R. D.i\rsan: E:>q., vice: I j per pnu-Jl1eut: : for it.
true, that in case of war, ;i. tinctured by snuff( with the saliva of T. F. Lewis Esq.! \
was thu I If: : is fdl.t
travelling
t to edst iu a gig when all a Jot to ho denied, tl-
; the
vessels would be into the
: put the mouth into the stomach. and Lonhuf Treat.ryLoftl Grant'1114?.
tIe} roads tobacco ali I
were uncommonly muddy. servicethcrc C. H. Somerset, vice courts have a control over its oili-,
are not officers enough ): being a narcotic will Right Hon. M. Fitz-:
.J Jle Wets about passing the slue faun : to man them. It is also true thai addi: bring on gerland-Eart Momitchailes, L-,rct Eli:. \ ccr, amon jvhons uro its JittoniH
i jail the mischiefs that attend bad it .
a : .
l i.-j tut ;. 1-: A't.! Nnjhton. F.-ij' ..?Il'l( csi.ii'-:5.! The t':: '.ind. hF :--' t..-


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all the not promote, maT endeavour to ralia another inrrnetliatertdfIr! ,Wt letter to Cot. Wmt TO THE
1e; i i' tieyorul a'l:;1 qucsuoB!, correct Jli further enacted That on our downfall-time only can snow and expressed our belief that he would be otfrred << ]r PUBLIC.IHE .

A. to the eeond, doubts have been ports in Florida Shall be open on the the result We as! urc OUI fritnds we shall i : ooe of iheappointmenM :' the foUowin:; b I' saleofOrilnazict. Ordnance storey

o> ....-.ed by the ablest men, princi-; same terms, and under the same limi- not relax ;u endeavors from a fear ot his before reply our. which readersVAsniXGToi.13th we. taktf the liberty of layiuj .4 &c. dyertiaed for the 10th of April

I ) bfcaiiMof the danjj! .-r of vesting tations, as Pen aco.f\ and St. Augustine destruction ; and, if the reult is in ("YOI of \ March 1828. next, will be held in Pensacola at the Pub
p.illv ;
dissolution! lic. and tire
TesseU another, the approach hall Lot ; Undersigned requests
too flU h power ; and also, because to the entry of Spanish not be known by the appearance of our pa DEAR SJR :-Your letter, expressing that any persons who wish to purchase

lh I recognizes! another mode ofpiMH entitled to the provisions guarantiedby per.V& WILL DO OUR BUT TO THE LAST a desire to know who arc to constitute [ either Cannon, or Shot and Shells, will in

hmcnt equally as eflecualdiough I the 15th article of \he treaty be- and feel confident of success. The time ; the Board of Commissioners, the mean time eiaminf them. The advertisement

not -is cmiiitry. 1 I twen Spain and the United States, of has now come to test whether our course is i: about to be! organized tor the find decision I in the Pensacola Gazette will
_ approved by the People of Florida or not. out wbere the Cannon Those
point
22d February, 1819, and all that part : of Land Claims iu the States are.
The cI'izens; of B.Uxvia Ind a meet1 the St. We believe it is ; if so, we shall receive additional I 1.at Bar ncu, on St. Rosa Island; and near
Mary'sand
of Florwh between If not, the sooner we are I: and Territories, is received. 1 cannot -
;ing 1 l.' i we,.k 'in-l uomurjted Solomon support. I Tartar Point will be hewn to individualsdetirauj
I: St. John's river, shall be annexed made to feel it the better. W* shall bow-I II I give you any information on this examining them by Hr Ingra-
for Governor.
Suml.wu-k! Albany. to wail I' to, and made a part of, the collection I with! ; submission to the_decision of the Pub i I I subject, having inyseil hid: no intimation I ham at Barrancas & those. incan Penaaoola
.A committee w.s appointed i
district of St. lic. be seen bv at office.
:
Augustine. from You applying my
on Mr iouthwirk, (who was at that. AVir Pnst O' cf.-A Post Office luuueen established :! any quarter. expressan
ask if he would On motion of Mr. Smith of Maryland : at M _ tin.e in B-itavia,) to ;
the amendment was read and :, F., and JOH McCcLLoHLeq; appuiuted Post its constituent members: ; I assure Quarter JfojfenPensacola
with the
_ nc cj't.} lie proceeded corn- being acreed to the bill was'read a ;: :\Iastcr.I i. March 20tn 1828.-1--3t.
of and inan vou, my dear sir, as 1 did in my last
xuiiiiM} 10 the place meeting, :
the assembled second time as amended, and orderedto I I Land OJRce .VcrThe. following letter I conversation with you that i hive; -4
3d 'r. to ,
-s' persons be engrossed. from the Secretary of tlu Tr-aurv, on this snh- LIST OK LETTERS
;:
desired office
neither
) oft1re nomination. the Inhabitants! I sought nor any ,
his
: signitietl acceptance .jed.will l he rea.l: with imrre by
. ((1'his Bill was passed on the Stlu) : our tlniikst > attentive nor do I intend to if offered the Post O-Ticeat!
:\1r. S. went from this city, to of Florida and we prAMit our I accept any, I Remuntng'in Pensa"coin

attend anti-masonic Tuesday, March lllh. I DH 1.jat1,for hispoliteiierrf in jjiving us t to me. I feel proud ot the con .: .u the Int of Anril, 1828 ; which if

. !,;" R',v, tit an The Bill for the better organization an opportunity to pre?l"1t it to uiirea lers. Hdence reposed in me by the People !. no: called for within three months,will) be
chosen
convention which he
of :
wis DEPAR: tENT: ,
TREASURY '
of the Medical Department of theNavy : : sent to the General Post Office as Dead
of Florida and would not exchange
chtiriiMii So much for the Morgan reada I .1fl.lrchj1., Id2d. S : Letters
of the United States was
; Adi. SIR : tile station i occupy as their representative John
'lIIelJt.-.llbtm.iJ Daily A.-S. R. Allston
('xl: ( I, I' Anguejr.
:Mr.
second time, and on motion of Agreeably to promise, I take occasion t for otttce however
I my any gratifying -!
_ f'nul the Ph'.l.idtlphin National Gaztt'.te :- Hayne ordered to lie on the tnble- I I to repeat in wniiug, what I h.ive, amtmion .,t B.-John Ball, Egbert B. Birdsall,
\\ understand that Weekly Ga7.Mte to or advantageous Gabriel Bertrand Doctor Brosnaham
: : 13th Jlarch.I I I heretofore had the honor to communicate ,

is about to be established in this, Thursday, the Bill ,for r to you verbally, on the subject ot the Re- in a pecuniary point of view. .: I*. Borges, Robert Bawick, G. M.
On motion of Mr-
_ city, devoted! to ';iie principles of arsenal King, solution of .the Legislative Council of Flo- There is a wide field for exertionin I., Brooke, Seth Besse; F. W Brddy .
the erection of l at or near
an note of the
which accoaipauit-d of
ii Free Trade, and in opposition to any i rida jcur the projection improvement 'f John W. Bradbury.C. _
Pensacola, \\ as taken up. 3J ult.I .
fur.lipr increase of duties on Foreign : MrKin moved that the Bill be. This Department has every motive to nf- and in steadily pereverizg to advocate I .-Dionicio Coss, Iiaac Clark,

4: M *i 41,'Ir nrcs. We learn tha a pro- : 'mended by'striking out the words, I: ford inch facility us mai be consistcui measures! for the benefit of my Horatio Cross, Julia L- Cross, Fernando -

?pl'f't will be issued in the course o! : Pens-icola and insert with the public interests, totlios*>who hai I constituents. To tnem I owe thu Christin, Felipe Caro, Jaracs

and! that the will be 'at or near j payments to niak to the UiiieJ SiHtes. It liUlP lepntntion: 1 posse .111.i to tnem
a fev d.ty! >, paper ; C ill 'hiU, Andrew Kegher Cuper.
'on th wateis of Mobile or Pensa edited$ hv a cenilemtm well known to Cny.: The amendment was agreed and it was only after full expeiience, that! I will devote my services, su long as I Ed ward M. Creightou, Thomas

. the tJ.J! !(', and who six: or seven years and the Bill WdS ordered to a ; the regulation referred was adopted. they. m.u, desire it. Cooper 2.
to
tlu; Gazette evf .Il'-1 of tilt local and Statebau' The Bill alluded to will come up
: : ago wror: in > ; The credit of many i i) -Darius Defere'Is-itali Doane,

sa\s iinpoli'if-1 I eoIflV. under the third reading. ;? has been found Sit preciiiious, as to to-morrow in the Senate, aud 1 hi\c n"dII.Ltn Duvall, Mr. Drummond.E. .
House ,>f Representatives.Monday render it hazardous to receive their lotC'l.excf"pt .
wilt
: believe
Bt is to it
!'icII:1tl1rt> of ** HII*kinson. every reason p.tss. .-Thomas B- Elegan, Francis
"l\l'rt" they ieirissued.
near
at places o
e n'.lvfiiilined' l Tor bisu.:.fort.iking.V. 3rd March, 1823. that the actual condition of the I am Yours, &c. B. Elison, Frederick Enos, David

f it tllld'r l .nd! the gentleman abrr. Mr. H lile proposed the following( banks could be constantly known: and, Jos. .'l.LliLc.. Easton, Alfred \V. H. Elwes.

: <- .Il'Kipd to, is Co \"D l' RACULT, resolution) which was cad and laid on it has too frequently happ'-ned tat! thnotes Editor Pcnsacvta (*azctte. F.-Tliornas. Freelore 2, Au.
tin1 talilo! viZResolced of such b.\\ki, taken hilt, tiny weie
E-q. 1IH' Cii.t.-je: des AfT-iiies! at Rio : ,: Faire 2.G.Elisha.
: gtistin
bail in the Dimls of I !
; h become
in
: credit ive
be
hereafter tvill
That tlr.
no mem- S d'f> !ll.b".lILi"-1 paper:
J ""..jeiroKreninf: t Grush Fohn M. Gardner
( c the At-ceiters or in the nnk in \vncii the Ll'i..u\c Oiuwil its -*
I found an Act ol the : ; at
of'tkis House shall be
City Gazrttc*-On Sn- ber ( permitted Receivers had deposited them. A recent l.ti-t icaioa: 'IJI'; the au: 'i'ifnioii. ot vicr, ami pi.ii Alexander Gibson Nathaniel

.-'g: i tunl.iv, the fust number of a new tospe-ik longer than one hour on anyone instHiice of this kind tt"i ocean i'd inregard Ur: 5 tie liisf.ubera of rcli I"lI vvochip! anaS.ibh.itli G se.H. .
and th.it all the Tombeckbe Bank. Inuei'd. i- Ii not ;: breakers"VV rrco.anK-nt! f ;'ir attention
question, questions I to
weekiv with ibis titln ws issued V/m. Hall Cot Humphreys
< piper such IIHWueen prict.caole istctii.m I ,
resolutions : I
in this Ctv.:l It is (levoN-dto :\la- upon except: as either where the ball:..-. i is'mng tlienute!., particuhtily..: andwe trust tu.Mtli: \\ill Lynch Huisman.
rt-ferred to a Committee of the I I bo aM.uttr: crtecu The.rofdravs ', .'
:Mech.jmrs News Ltcr.il-ert.: distHn' fr.ni eacn ptoriuctive I. John
s nrv, and the ll veive-s are lunerarity.
..lid carts: m ourtree's on t.e ZMhas :la,
& chimni intention; take Whole) House, shall be put without other, or from the oaiks deposit." : Henc> James Jack
.. ; ;tn\ fl. !! I'MIJ 1 IK-IMI a subject of -uipnse_to str.vvlioMsitoHi :: J.-GeorgeJackson,
.i" in the strife paries.: The Ft'- debate. Saturday, March SM. it has uPfin deemed a measure of n'cisarv -t ; riiv ; and m 1he t em-i-iua.iy 1 e:4trail".1 mn.
% p The amendments of the Senate to piudniice: to limit the receipt ol note* t>f by enft Icing the proviMonxof l.II'w l-tw.
lect,uuspe rood and the on ::i.d nut for theN local or State banks tn the States i ia wluctj 1 I'uc pnicurof .. open stored an i .r',.;- K.-Richarfl T. Kinnon.

ter crcdh.tL1e.-\. Lccn. P'isl. the bill making appropriations they were i issued, and where, it they; ate :1.1\111:MM! Suri'lay: is '*:*J aa evil!, wtiica. inaii. L.-Jacob Lindermon, William

; : tVY, for 1S-8, were read ; referred t>entitled! : to credit it mil most likely !ht' i (ijiiie.iiu whoar' I furrnl I 10 c-mt.>rni I., ,L. bcciuse iiubjrt, Francisco: Llopos Solomon
; \orftjlk, March 25. to the Committee of Ways &. Means. known. It mnb doubted wheihtr this r others ilo so. \V c regret to ol 'ervf iti-- ,
The V. S. Sriir. Shark L. Coin. city named ;nou ofthe exceptions to the alnt.irv LoriniVm.K.Luiroer2.: .
March], 12/7/1: i" not, in some ins'ar-ccs. too great i limi:, '
... .. Thursday, provisions ot the Gtli: seciion ; a.ia we r,'- M. E. Monet Jas.
.- 1 bound I the! West I Ind. ; "hicii the McKennoy
\u: nvn, tf) On motion of Mr. WHITE, itvas notwithstandi.ij; tile pror.iurons :rrrt it the mare, because. siu'c tile |j.t..f..,je o:
..L% weir to sea: Irom Hampton Roadsvesteidjv. Committee the Department has taken to prevent injury I lli.i; art, tho-f auior.s!::; us wi .) iiavc an uvcra.o.i Michael McCartv, I aac McKeever,
flcsolctd That the
: thacnn. I on from it. Anti the experience of the past I tu S"blt.h.lJreal.l.'l ', have teen ui .niiii.: l bvlliecxliibition Wm. McCallum; Air. McVoy, Tho-
:
I .. % __ Territories be instructed to inquireinto renders it not improbable that the Departmav oftiick? ofjii.;';i'n; <.n.1 l slight of
.. Duncan McKmsie2
,s -.'._ ._,___s- ------ I nns McVoy, ,
-- its"lf constrained rather to \ former, on SiiiiJ i .
hand
--- the find by public! pei :
: ; : I expediency oapproviiitwoacts ; mAY toexreuti it. \ \\'e"wisii ho"e\'l to he fiistiiiem'under. D'ivid Manlovf! Thomas J. Moore,
&kX U1,1NIN \'L- Conned of narrow ihan .
of the
Legislative he- It..d-wt' dis'.ikr: we ni-iy *a t'l'LU", every Hamilton Morrow
I If fiom the circurnstaiice of there; Jesse Moore 2, ,
., _
tr:': -- Florida: entitled "An act to raise in FluiMrf regulation be kinl <,1' reliLiotl'i.1t1l1era.lce.; anti oia.ne not
bank HIS
ill2' no J uan1 John Mjcheflheimer
I those! Ii-; who have been go,
SIX.TE.Frida Sabbath-breaking
a revenue! in the I Territory ofFurid 1", considered as operating dis- dv ntafeoaslyupon
I ,
brou lit\ up ju It luth which U' es not -ibia u, Gouverneur Morris 3.
II 2'Jt/i February, 1S2S.Mr. : appiuved} January 10h 1823, and that Territory, compared with the but to the e vv e w out j f ttlatJ'c ti ce.-aary O.-John O'Sullivan.

,: Siut/'i :, of Md. submitted!! the} "An act to provide for the election of neighboring:: States, it is to be remarked II) all, both! man and bean; and a regular Ja) fet
tlallhc same circuimlances exist ill regard apart 1lr it, separate from ail coni'iftaiiuii5 ul a \Severin Palao,JamesPiersoni
\
following resolution : Resolved, That County officers, passed January to the States of Indian.i, IHinoU/ and .\.his.OII I re'.iz.ouii nature must comluce to me couvtnieiic -- 1! Stephen Purinton, Francis Porter

the\ Committee o'i Naval :\t flairs he 20ih, 1828. Friday March 14th. "! i, and the T*1 I'itosOt Arkan;; III i ,'and comfort ofal.\ \\'e know ..! .10 ,u who I Elias Philips TiniothyPaige2JohnPace

hutiur.eu :.) consider ; and), ]f neces- Mr. William, horn the Commit- neither! of which i., ll.eie any hank v. .o e requu e a regular period ofn-sc more tlie tivn! tno"ewho I l David, Porter
; lands. are" conktantlv confined behind cuuuter; 2, -
; !Z1t'. U revise! the seveiid acts reljtivciotliL tet of Claims, nr.fie: a report on the notes are received for public the drivers of uur drab ;,& the miserable annuU: R.
times -Mary Reynolds.
The Department haat vui.u* endeavoured -
.J Matine; Corps' aid) paricn- petition of Archibald. Hamilton, wlich: draw tiiem ; and; uo system ol rd.tA.at.Hl.
,
to shape its rcg .laiion* so as to : from labor can be adopted, without dl3advaut S.-Jeremiah Smith, John Sicoe,
l.irly the propriety of itt accompanied by a bill for( his relief: ; in the
spanning I obviate inconvenience
I any particular ;;e, unless: enfjrced b) a idwto \\ 1.Jich alt isut John Sager, Henry Slaback, Ferdi
from tilt Arii'.yofibe United States: which was read the first and second circumstances"! 'If patticula: portions ot' lilt' cunfurin. nand Smith, Elizabeth Smith, DavidH.

: si .1 it ;ii: v' be a distinct corps, suhj time, and committed.Mr. L'nioti, anti would not hesitate again to do L -
trial: lhat Stone, Jose Gomez Santavenia,
so, ifit hail! not found l> *
many
.; *.) ru'u > oiieculiitions appropriate McDutfie, from the Committee y \iAS1L1NGToNlarch] 15th.
greater di.iitulties have been ex el l'need Andrew P. Simpson, Leah R. Simpson
L-' to ;j'?' service In which it is employed; : of VYays and Ieans, to which was from such a couise than are 1 likvlv to result In the Semite: yesterday, the Bill J. B. Shaw 2 Saunders & Le

p to make; the pay r.nrt rntoluments and I r<-ferret! the amendment of the Senate lion the general icgu'ation now adopt making appropriations; for the l\t Ilit-t- Baron 3.T. ,

ralk: of each( officer such as in.y be l : t", the bill, entitled "an act mat ed. It is probably a knowledge I of these ry srrviru of the United States, in the

prut'h' .1Ii er.ay to be ur.'lrrMood! : i kinc! appropriation! for the support of difficulties 'that has reconciled tlu Stale? year 1828, was passed. The Bill for .-Tinioihy Twitchell, Jacob _
I and Territory just mentioned to whatevrinconvenience Taylor David Thompson Abrahjim
iiinl tVithci to O'lKifJor whether: it the Navv of the United States for the be supposed to don the bi'tior organiz'ition of the \II.-Jiciil ,
i may Tomes John; A. Turley. ,.
nr.x not conduce tll th. b-Miefit of the year 1628," reported that the Committee from this regulation. Star of the Navy was considered, V. -Ezra, ;
--
public service .o ninke" .* new 01!g.utiza- lecommendcd to the I House to There are, besides, consiilefatiom a and, tl(tt'r some discnssion, was ordered : Varney.V.
if tinrited.mijilt \ GeorgeVoolley George
general nature, which justly e> ,
lion,f :he Corp; & wjieihc: any incieise ;igree to the first and disagree to the ; tlii, 10 a third re idmg. The remainder -
recommend !
be found to iecualiou Welsh Honry Wilson Wm. C.
,
be wve-snrv and whether it second of the said amendments ; and to those States and Territories where of the day was occupied in the! Whittle Win. ,

: w;.y not lie .-\Jt"die'ut( to fill up vaC l1.c the amendments were then committed there are no hankv For it U the interest consideration of private; bill:** Williams, .Tas. West Winning Josiah Whitch"er Winfrey

Whole of thoie conimnuitie*, not less than of the =--- ". -- ,
;: :.- > in iie Corps with Mich Cidetsfrot to a Committee of the : := : :::=
,-; Treasury. to preserve in them ;i sound 11 Wm. Ward, Frances Williams ,
the of the Union. ct1'4'1rU Ym
House
1J > on state;
( Military Academy as inuybe
circulating 'dium-onf'<< that is ta>il\ and ;I \J.J Stephen Williams, Charles F. Wall
disrOit-l to enter theune.Thursday : Mr. Mercer, from the Committee every where convertible i..lo -specie, anti ChinesVood2.
: :!.
: March 6th. on Roads and Canals, reported a bill \\ !licit, consequently, can be used withoutlos I Port ot \ cn J.e3... Y. Jeremiah ..
.
Yancey.Not
The hill >. L'I' h of certain conditions or exchange in raentsevery vvhere.
:pprovin
: ; to t .t ;> a port entry :!, upon;
Tie notes of local batiks, u.nch: are paytib'.eonly forwarded] the postage not be-
.1: at Si. MiksSu, Florida; was read a act of the Governor and legislative ARiUVrJD.March .
: wheie issued, ; **Georte William
are cannot iii'j
they 1'0:00- ; paid- Delany,
se omi time.Mr. Council of Florida, incorporating the I s'rs. that character ; aiiJ to encourage 30.'A.-Schr. North Caroli-! Lower
Henry Canady.
"1" Wootlbury in eXplaining he Chipola Canal Company ; which was their circulation beyt-ml their natuial: and na, App'tlachicola ; OU bales cottonto ,(125 Letters.)

ndv ntaci's: \ 10 resuh from the p-.ssiug twice read, and committed.On appropriate sphere, is to impede the circulation order.

of in lull! said there it of a belter( medium by filling the L*. S. Natchez W. Hasell Hunt,
1st
: :- were four collection mution of Mr. Vinton, was April Ship ,
I place which that uoulrl otheiwUe occupy. \pril 1st. 18:13-3-3t. Pott-Mufr.
districts, or ports of enJry, esiab- Resulccd, That the Committee on In- It will not fill to occur to you that G. Uudd Ki.q.; from a cruize

ed since the trentv with Spain, which lli.tnfft: :irs he instructed to inmiiro I wherever: il i is optional with the party having 2nd.-U. .,. Ship Erie, D- Turner A1utANaEMEN'r.FLOIflD

; ceded Flotilla to the United States, what legislative measures are necessary p: :'ivents to make he will generally I. Esq.; from a cruize. MAIL ,

5,. ilt"'s; in Georgia, St. Augustine, to carry into i licet the 9th article \, pay in that medium which i? ol the least E1ERED.: ,\ MAIL.

Kr t, and i'ets.tcola.rFhe of the treaty with the Florida Indians I I i value. And as, from the nature of things March 3 Is'.-Schr. Elizabeth, Forsvth Hue er<">- Tuesday at, 10 o'coclcA.! U.
the notes of the Bank of the United States
.; pa sent bill lias in view a port of en- dated Sept.lSmh,1823.: I In I must be more generally! sought after (a'; id .. New Orleans.; Cargo to or ier. Departs same m.AKkLCY day at 2 o'clock MAIL., P. }I.

fly and llection district of ell the : __ ::" point of ftct: you state they are,) thaw the Sloop F.tltIlY., Cammyre, Mobile. Including Mobile andthe SutcsofLouis'ani -

ports, harbors, shores and! waters of! p' 'js1 ( J' U I J 1r Bank notes of the adjoining States. tii? payments Cargo to A. Hendinberg, and the anti Miatissippil

:;' the ni.iiti land of Florida: and of the _. ----- -- --- ----- .--- ::.. to the United States in Flol iat., Master.: every Tue-.djiv, at 12 o'clock, M.
I would chiefly be in the local batik: notes. In
,-: lilatitls oppose! Thereto, extending : FKIDAY. AI'IUL i 4it.t 18H.Vcrite : regard to payments by the United Stales.Ihereisnosuchoption April 3rd.-Schr. Alpar&l-in, Hoi-! Departs evrrv Friday: at 12 o'clock, MALL .

from O.-kiorki'.ry Bay tot Charlotte Sans "cur.Arrival : they must be made either hey, New Orlettiis. Cargo COIn to OTHEU MILS,
t 4 o'clock. P.M.
: II rIll/r. S:. Marks is the natural -,= --- --_._--- in the lawful coin, or in wnat those order. Due every Sunday at .
at
oi.fk: for the commerce of Florida.Titfie of the Natchez. who are to be paid may deem equivalent. CLEARED. 80.cJ'lCk.1.Dop\rt every. Tuesday and Saturday, --
It is not to be supposed that the notes of
is not in !hat section another Aimed on Tuesday last, the! U. S. Ship the Slate Banks which you represent to be March Zbtk.-Scnr. Maria, J. Me II:? Litters which are not de'posltrd .

p,.{, : of entrv within three hundred N.itchez from a cruize, GtoncE on the BUDD soutti Csq.: side('umlUal lIa'the bhlld.Jcr, 5 per cent or more, b",low par, would uedeemed C. Baker, New Orleans. Cargo 36 I one h.ilf hour, before the regular

niii $ ol St. Marks, except AppaWhi- ol Cuba! aflhiCUIfOt :\ ; OJiceis aHd such an equivalent : and. hence, bales cotton by Kopman and liver; I hale appointed for tile departure of

cot t, which} is about sevent'tve, miles Crew all! in perfect health. the burden of converting the" interior medium 35 bales coiton by F. II Nisbet ; 10 I the: i.iil.! will he detained uutil the
would fail United States.
the
distant. The population} of this district During the absence of the Natchez: she But even if it were upon found, that, to a certain bales cotton hy J. C. 4' C. C. Kevser; I next 31 Iii ; unless it suits the convenience :

;is i.ipdiy: : inci easing, and its commerce r ent.North: two side of of her the boat Isle on ofl'inc a Cruize* ; but, on neither: the extent, the notes of the adjoining 15 casks vviue by H. Derby ; and 1 I of the Post J.iaster to mail

has assumed a most nourishing heard ofor saw any pirates or piracies on Stales would be received in pnv.menu cask Vinejjar by S. Patterson. 4 them sooner.r7 .

L2 aspect ; and exclusive of the advantate the coast ; or any other interruption to our from the the United Stales iu Florida yet, as 31. .-Brig Eiiterprize; ,U itchcock, ? :: 0" Sunrby, the Post OSrre-
amount expended<< there falls considerably -
> secured to commerce by the 's- <.ommerce. short of the amount received, there New York. Cargo 86 bales cotro.i will! be kept open for one hour wfierttu

: t.ihiihmeut of the port at St.wlarks, ?aw and exchange signals with two Span would !:;ill remain to the Unied States the by N. H. Allen ; 47bales cotton by arrival and assorting of the Mail ;
i ish Frigates, on the I9ih and 'JOth March! I
I it u"ild have the effect of preventing one on the Mcrth, and the other on the risk, exper.se, hnd delay! of reudfi'ing M. Crupper ; 33; cases muskets byE I and; l If tters will not be delivered out

. SJD'iislini:. I South, side ol" Cuba.Arrival surplus available elsewhere.! : E Burcli10' ; bules deer skins, 50J I of the office at any other time on that

irV.. xrc'-.ld now propose an I -4- in There favor of are the other regulation reasons; but which it u not concur believed I hums and 1 cask fur by the Master. daY.. -

ari.tidmunt to thc b!:11.!! It the Erie. Scar. Elizabeth For- !'
appears by of necessary to rep -;H them. It maybe April 3rd.- \\ Hascll Hunt.

tin Tieaty ceding: Florida to the U ni- Wednesday |Iist, the U S. Ship Erie, I I sufficient to add, as I have before suted syth, New OrleaiH.' Cargo 12 bales I F POST OFFICE, Post Master.fenac .

ted States, thH"certain articles of DAVID TCRTER, Esq., Commander, arrivedat in our conference on the Jul ject, that. cotton by J.: Forsyth. ,la. It April! 18:8.-3-St.lti .
Sijyi-.i-ih} manufacture were imported PensacoJa} Navy Yard fiom a cruize, after givii to the resolution ot'the Legislative SAILED. I -
and la"t from Harana. Officers nod crew Council of Florida, and to your Ie -
into Pensacola and St. Augustine, in goOd health. presentations, the most fUll and favorable April 1st.-Sloop Fanny, Cam- CO\\" nC\\l .

lice of duty. Now, vessels arriving To the Officers of the Erie we are indebted -: consideration, I have not fount! myself at Mobile.._ SUHSCRiBEtt re'Mtfuli> ia.i.r.ns .

at any other! port of Florida save Pen for Havana papers to the 23rd u:.. : liberty to adopt the change which: baa been ; I 'l"I his frent; }". that he Wit still

sacola and requested.I IS UEltBitf Bill of !
St. Augustine, containing NOTICE draw llreria, Mortg'.ge- SVe.
An Ojtfosition Press We hve heard have the honor to remain,
: articles! of Spanish Powers of Attorney, and other Imnrnmentg -
manufacture
are it wh'uperrd that another Presi is to be es. Very respectfully: U1VEN, of Writing, in he most ap;.rf1\"e"l

chargcablt! with duty, as not being in- i, tnblUhed at Pt>J1ucola. If it can he possible Your Ohe'nt Servant, .BAT on the 29th dAy of March, 1828, forms on the u-ual term' and :solicits B

eluded ill ;JC articles (ii! the treaty ; that any on. feels disposed<< to contend Richard Rush. -. levied an-attichmeHt: on he re..land continuance ot ? Orders.
tin
they could not of course he.i included i I with us for the little we IIOW enjoy from The Hon J. 11. WHIT, of Florida. personal: property of Mr. Joseph y. \ \V. Hasell IIunt.Pe..acota .

as they did! uotrxUt at the lime. New the kind encouragement of our few patrons, House Representatives, U. S. Cruza, abic-nt, at the suit of Mr. 1'h )mia
: be it 2 rh.'c 1S.
: o :-one or both must ,!arre Those Wi'.scm of Ualumore. ,
cui.t.oc
wen organized! since the ces- who believe wr have done our bt--t for iic! .--- -

s'oii ...f: r loKcin.: To effect this object, satisfaction of the Public, ", il.: wr trust he Some time since it was pag;'fted to u? V. a Henry Wilson, P. 1-: -u; .
1r.] U. excited friend, that, on tli.orsanitauon; tif th- 15i/-irJ; I U. S. M&rhaIqfthe
:<)lu'sed the 10 more strenuous exertions to and
P sustain
folowin!
wit
a sec- Commissioners, for the final decision of pnvMtf Western District of Florida. Executed 1m.!$ despatzhnt
tl'l*! as an az1'2dm.t1: : 1 : us-those who are of a (contiarv opinion Land Claim, vr?should probably lose, f-jr: a \ 1 thisi rJ..tir-! ., .
d6)rii13.3-i':
who Penwcola 11
or hcvicusthy fayir vill .
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; te P.J.'lL! ettfiJ'aFtJ rmd Perioficnl '\0 'r1EPJ11 \C. l Infot\nn.tion: Wtit.IRAM \\. W EST 'FLORIDA.A IAtry J1 r I.-We ha'b.eral -

.: H-rk tlaroughoullht United Slates.IT I se\ times herdofore, called the
1'Jtil number of the PeRF3cob Gnctle itnJW SAPSON by trade a Tailor lJ'ESt' attefttion
is jjtciukd before by the Vl.EW OF .f'LO'RIDA, of our re2dl', tf> of
orceriinIy many tbe
I .t Flori'rb.\dn'11i! rcomphMI% !four\'OlutDCIi!, LJ. lii been absent from his friends inVirginilt
.I_ first tf llfty next, to publisb' a pamphlet wJrtcb haH been publihcd% unJr.r tbe upc l n- last beard I C' MBUACINB its Ucography 'I'opoEd beautiful publications with which \Ju.rcOWltry

with othergtatistica' mtter9. to n9ticc all i t nc'ence' o' its prccnt:: Editor, and Jurin hi8 about ten yearswhen grijAj, &c., with an Appendx now abounds, IiInd which are pij. ,
If
I. the NcwS1i'pCr2 and PCliodicals,'in the U. whole perind'rnly tell nnnibcrshae b'cn I tdIurina from he Wa Ill r
S.. anti the City nr 1 01iV" where published .t 1isaSence from the City. \Vhile he- SAmpson is living and should see this, he and Canals. short time since, 'lie received thfir..
'ddicicncie3. 18 requesled to communicate with Ills re-
by whomwt conditionsofpnblic:1tion, k nowlcdgesmany impcrfcctionil TOGFTBER WITH nineteen nnm&ei (by the way we should
which ha\'e rlvubtlef: been :\pparcst in I1P UI1fler l 1&tiuns. Any informaton concerning him,
&c. A copy C' iiinlng the above hhalle but A Map of IVi't Florida. like a continuance of its visits) of "Ta!
he cannot
I I n it ba been 'onducll.I, hop'I t.ljre ted to T110moas Brown, Post Master, '
: faithfully forwarded to each Or you, I I thQt he jU'lly dailU credit for his asidnityiid Wiccomico Church: Virginia or to W.hseIL Exhibiting a Chart oBhe Coast, a Plan of A RIF.L, a Literary Guett: published .

:: who will insert this notice 'fnce, and :fora. zeal 1.1 its rnan1CflIlt, aUtI for h'i'i IevU1e t Penucol will the every other Saturday, in PllIladelphia, &t

... ; hrd a paper or a copy of the work you ;I I e r.kaors to gist t1ahala, :lon. Young: ; md in- I be Bunt,atttodcd"Vi tbster to and confer: ,a ta-i Cit ofrensnco\ the low rate of One Dollar a Year, 001tlininJ \-
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pt.iblih to Philuldp\lI.l, directed to I' !""" p'rienceii, he unJl'rtook the puhlic.iuion of a; promptly 1 ; eight pages, royal quarto, ancl oecasionall
1 and other relatives of
Iic 1 with much distro a to hi: abiIi- 'V&I' on the Mother
: 4' TtU' I'RAVLLLLR- pu ) jonrn and the Entrmce of Pensacola Harbour. ,) accompanied with engravngt1
m tips to difchart' the c.rdllQut' :lId )'('fpnn..iIJJedutlcs 1 1. Sampson. I "rlfLI.\M.
l"cb. 2Z 1828. 1&1 JOHN I.tY. the t'poIraphic\1 execution b handltOlUC":
i Philadelphia, which \ l1ult: cle'oh'In l'irn, but wtth a Q2fFa4itor* in the Southern States will g Just rcttiretl, fur sate by and the artic1e highly interetinX. (
vt ---- ----- finn tlett'tmutlat)U, by iudtItty ami pcrecance cOHf r a favor, by giviRg the above an in- '

t : lS1S7g Or Rre.ag \\ r 10 acqurc; tllf e p. ril'lIc'e lie IIcedClJ. and 'SCl'- on..liy '\ laRcH IIunt.Pensacola. One of the most beautiful engraying

10 litalld or fall noon his o..u t:1lentrhl' thy 8th Jan. 1827 which we have noticed of late. is s Clus- ':,'<,01tCI"

: NOTICE is ticby given that aa good i ....cr..1t iic.b1e. lie has 8f'atlily IJlIrsu'd the : of the Miniatures of Nine eminent Jiv- !,;

t.t floc'r Ii now selling for 61 C,1ur..r; which lie 'thouht corrc\, antI solely -thtPrshentof' the United NOTl E.E i ng American Poets, (Haleck! Brytninckney'Sprague

::r! a b3tte1 the Bakers will for the ensuinti I I rcsp'n..ihlf' far the errors and wrokncs ofthe h tatcs.a P 1'ercival, Brooke, .. $
of the ( he
:; fifteen d"J'S give tlliny nine ounCes for i: hopefll E.Jildrial Ihat a (ccpartment U1RlI lortion 'Of prai:azetIe'<' may, be purs1Iance of the provisions of the I .and following Ordnance Articles Stores the of Ordnance Pierpont, \Voodworth, and \Yashingtorirvine .,a'

:::\ t\\dve and a hf ccnt greeMbly tu t award.'il tel hjm: lor al1 honc8t r.pI"C iuil of his i. tenth section of tb Act of Congress, property i ,) copied from original portraits, ta. '

.5: an Ordinance pnscd: by the iiou-d: ot Alderrn&.n ; opiniopl', an.1 for Iti.i earnet endea\'urt to adVance approYttl nfl the 3d of March, 123, enti- of the United States, will be offered forsale ken expressly for the NEW YORK 'tIRTIondLade :!.

July 30th. 182' tIe intrret8 fthe City and of the TerritoO' at Pensacola, Florida, on tile 10th a $' 1 Aterar! Gazette ; which acompanies ,
tied An Act and
": 11'1 IJi&r of the .Ualor. amending suppien-f day of April, 1828 ; deliverable to pur- c thc number for 26:1
"
January :
We haVe received from the Communitv WI tary to the: ac. for asctrtaiainb" claims. and : the \'iz. ,
1 J. G. Jirake.cnsacola chasers at following places, :
, .t # much {'nc'>unt ,'ment and support, a under titles toJanJs the Territory of Fluida, C ontaining biographical sketches of the :"t"

:!.,; StGr tary.I xisill ('ir ..m t'nr's, we had a right 10 expect IUl to pro ide for the urvey and disposal 'Pomt of ORD'l.\ CE. I'ounc : prsOns reprcstnted.; This single nurn-

!:'l'";-. r March 2Cth 1828-1-. ; ...H.1 t,) many in.livirlllal8 we are in.ll''fl'df of the Puhlic Lands in Florida," I JoaN Delivery I o'l Weith'l; ber, we think, is well worh the price of ,

"ar... -- --S Ii 1)r their (' &'rtions to erce lItl.Jy incretsing-: the QUI CY AJIA'MS, l're'ildent of the United I2pdrsIron Cannon a )earl}' subscription tu the Mirror, wndl .. ,
I 12,00 '
I fculati\11l nf our paper anti cndcp\'tfing to i is published r.
Four
i NOTICE. P"'OIC the inlerc'6tll of our ctahhihnit. Toh 5tatei ot AncJ'ica, 110 hereby declare I 5 6" dito. (j,5UO every ltureby, at Dot ,
: t lal'J
: HE tJndcrtg'ed: is Jtuthorited ly I I I c, and tn all thio&c \\0 hit have reali"' {iatrnised an.1 make known, that a liUblic sale wilt ,Pen3acolt- 7 4 II 4' ditto. 8,54U( per himtl\annum." I"le Editor prorniesanothe
T H"'T".l rratcful ack1wlcL'vIrf'rs be hell \t the Land Office at S II pJ.&tc. at a future pe-riotl.
or Dna Elija : Ufo we Ci our ; ; Augus- I 12" Cannnr.tle 1,8'JO!
the
: If-gal representative but it i io I.t'lt': !' to) .lt'CCI\( tirelis alhl OtbliTSbY tine, on the souid UUllday in May next L2 9" ditto. 150 The Casket, of Philadelphia, in Oc1:1\O
,;. 'Luleta.w.dow of Dn Ant'o Mira\.fol'- form
; rite fact that need continues be
I concciing wc alIlor extended for the du'posJ f me Lands included Tartar to published an a manner

't. C mer1) ofhlR city. sid executrix ifihe ;I patrtiIzte; and the more prompt pa\'r.It'lit wHf\1II the hinuiI ofUle following decrib- 1 highly gratifying to ilt patroll-, aad

.1 .tate of said Mir) deceased tu oilerI of all I"I I"'riplinn':, \\'e have been :tin.;. OIIR ed tld fractional I'oint very creditable! to its Editor3. \\'e have
that should be Itoo"'l1, '1(1(1 leaH' .fowuships Townships, near the
,:-. {or sale our tpC ; ,
;; situate in the Uulrlct af Eait Florida .md received two numbers of the 5econd Vu"IUl1't"
therefore. ber-n willing beretf're tu ixtinliiit1iu1jencc 18 u. ditto.
.I''avy 11,400)
1 ;. One lot lnd house thereo.n<< No. 281,
tholllVho will ilHCllliol1s South ohht base line (for Janw.ry and Fe5rnary) the first
$ to really : to Wit ; Yard, Harbor
la! hl\endenci. Street in this .
City.
Dn J3
oj to patronize us, were not able cun'.enielitly tlJ In FractIOnal TO\t11Sblp 4, of Range 11 of Pen- ont.lIns .L Purrrait ofAxlJn w JA.C"u,. "
: : ; One tract containing 22 C3balel'ia.; wilh the condition in advance- he seouid (
comply to pay t'nctional wsshiips4& 5ot Range 12 sacola. 3. Stat ue of \fILLH. PLf.; ,
: ; orland situated betwixt bayou Texar, and hilt It ill now tim for aU such tl) pnH'C that they Towmhip 4 1 at Range 13 aJ" those Subscribers who have f.i-
the ot Pensacola. the nature 01 the 1Iav been accimodttiijdispocition ; Endof
: ; ; Bay : I\ot impoing upon 0111' St'l warded
through the
Fractional 13 us the fil'
5. of priceof
I 1 .:: ground is said to be of t'l best kind for ; as a mode:! of proviir.; :: it i w. call 'l'own51llp Ua.nge Rosa Is- volume

I i .JlIllnufacturing bricks, and the proximity upou them to P'!)' "I' aU arrearage:;, al..1 at the Townships 5, of ltange 14 hind, opo. I $,24 pdrs Iron Cannon 14.10J are reminded: that they<< nuw owe

!;i :: of lame tiUIC tuleincavor: to inc.ease thc circulation Frac1.iuuaI 1 ownhip 6, of Hauife 14 Site th 18 Ie ", diuo. for the ccolld.
l : .. well iiB easy means conveyance, ,3 I l,1OBairancas )I
\ make the valutbLe.ti <:tour papei; and not to allotv our lIhwrjptionholL 1'owualilpii 4, 5, & 6, biRanges'15 212 it ditto. Among the most useful and valu\bIe
600
nusl
property'Very In be "horh'nell, because we demand woks ofuur
" pay.ment IG &.17 Iltlrb'Jr Country is the .o\ EIUCANFA.KIEit
,v IIascll IItiiit.p ti.\ our pat hhor and expctt an aur- QfPensacola.
: S.
Townships 4 & 5, of Hlinge 18 puulillhedLyJ. SklllneJ', I.q: .
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of iuture
_ i! : ?enlaco1a, March 20th,Ur28.-2.-tf. alIce our friclHls l5upvort.To in and about the City we The ownships art: t(1 be ofleied ill tie 1632 J pdrs U ditto. '3.,200 of Baltimore, weekly, :1.: Five lJulart; acir.

.1 "..., order boye designated beginning with 4 > Often asingie number of this pub.tication
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have always 14dPRvored to render our cstahtilhn'ent 1 9,24 U II ditto. 4'2bOC a

i ;fl,: JuST ltEC"E l.V ED useful. by the gratuitous expo.i tiit fovcst number of ccuun ill lich 1'18", II ditto. a, (oa) cUIltains matter worth to alltar.

I i sure of our exchange: papers to all who belt Townstip. 'I 812! II U ditto. 2-OOO mer, the full price of a year's sutiscrip.two. _

." :j lOB 811.1 AT TU& I inclined tu peruse them. and while \\c are Lands reserved by law for the use otbchool :: 16'' Y It ditto It has a very extensive circulatlolJ,
t
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:jl Pengucola Bookstore. i awar that bJ so duing wc allowed them 10 or fur other purposes, art to be Si 4 6 II at ditto. 5,200 but we still I wonder that :t is not more

'!I ; :r.U:1ation. a NIVCI l ; The Totend anticipate what was to appear in our ('ol.umis xcludtd from salc.lJlve3 1.;. -< 4 Q &C dittu. 8,540 generally subscribed: fur uy aU!!, and more

.; : S' IUiie Sticking Hull, a Novel "c conlCSs we have been aSfonihecl under my hand, at the City of I j -, If ditto 3,200 rticuEi-ly by the numerous CLIS tar

" ;! Tales. n' a (;ndfatber, by the Author and provoked when remdrls to our ditiad. \\":lllIlKlUn, this fihh day 01 Fcru'ry ; I 24" howitzers!' 556 WhU3e Ujt It it e.ipccL.\lIy intended and tl1

have been r'ported to liS, as coming 41 whom Hi files fuud
r: 't; \Vavnly vantage A. 1) l ;ti. 4 Inch. ditto. 12000 patseut& oiir.vaIa- t

:, ;e The Red Rover, by Coopereman's from those who, without patrouizin usin Joiiti 4uincy Adami.ny l( Iron Swivels I 600 bl" in1brinaioi.'rhere .

: '!i Spanish% and ROy wayhav takt' advantage of the use .re many other periodic.thof,

: EngliMb Dictionary 2 015. of our paJH''s. \Vc trust, however, that the President : ;3 Total weight oflren Cannon 28,44 6 (plal merit with the above .1tiuncJ
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:: Cubie's Spanil Grammar, &c. & the number of these impolite gentlemen, h i : (j :O. (GUAHA, c ; = s.rnieofwlnch n..e have hcretofore noticed
but ainll, and hat a lzlrg t> of of the : (2124, pdrs 13ras Cannon 13,90 '
I marity; Cuinnusiuner .
;: Hunt & rrardl.w Q .n ray :aKe sume future Occasion more .
;
i
those who find our 6 U ditto \ 1,2.16
paper uniutresting, bl-St. Gtlldkl Land Office
,
ir .. pal ;au1arfy to mtntioll. It with
I : .. Pensacqia. 26th March 1828. (j rom the rr3son Just mentioned, will conii- 8 In. 1I0witzcr3 (10. 2,44 0 alWaygive
. : t21 'Us plebUre trJ receive and forward
""' ".,:_, -5-- lip I' that if i!' OUI' dlltv. to makeiit iiitcret1g CO.JI }lEllCI"lL llU'l'EL. 2\\ 6 U do. do 412
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V1 ;:;Jt. i / subscriptions! to either ot then, as we
ii) our fri'IHI inthe tounln'. who have i 10 II Mortar (i1). 3,16
: 1 CM3T1N. I V liftS House : rna be reqlle5ted. them
"I ; ':. no: the same advantae'CS from our etalishitnnt laeiy occupied 1Jy \laj'r. } Among are, th
I, I' h thr'msch'cTf' 1'HOlU.3: WHIGl', \VLS 'OjCIled 011tht Total w-i hl uf U rt'I';Cannon 21f65 A'f"Kl" F.ut.'Uu, U..1ttllIlon:; Weekly.
;: are cwtioned as un' anxious -
ALL persons agant I 16th of : -- --=-====, -- ==:.. --: ===.-::. : five dodar3.
;: ,:.;: for ccnain notes of hand! ,to accommodate and to please! all. itS far 1Hiiin : February, by tll4: 'lIhooniher : (200 000 lbs 1annoii Ball and slicE;
,.' who rept"clfully sulicit ..hitte (If the j'a- .. NEW Y"K lInnon
't it and Ladir'lI' Lie
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'I given by Jason Plant, made ,aabe; tn : our power ; and ill return "t' expect I of various C.u1ibre li'um J to

t.! ..... John Edgeley orbearerand signed Pltnt that all persizaiz7it resrp71.f" of the City and trouage 0'tlit' Puhlic. Ail, wli..u) the Icihities :;; I thirty-two pounde rCl7'y Gcef1eVei.kly, four (1011 ,rs.THt .

il and \-ilson! Those notes was given i at'Uri I: .ig \'icinilwho" partake of our rourresir.i:, c lfl .ttti. :>haI1IH' !>lullOuly provided, c; I t 6)4, Musket Cartridge Boxes 4-\nuL, u Likl'W'g 1.axette, FiuiheIjluia -

t1 i ..Itt the tJIStin1utaon: of tt firln of Wilson a\(1: : will not neglect to contribute to the :support auJ UU1tJI'eVr.r'y alt"utlun de\uu'd tu the quiet and :f J I 19 do do aOK lltlls I '(; ; SelUj.\Jonthly, one dollar.CAsxtT : .
1.;! c ol' thus who will livour 'ttc'Uouse ;
; 'Plant. I received no part of the goods I o fonrl'apcr with i.t j Bayonet Dell>> I II : or luwci'a of Iireratw-c Jf1nd :

1J ;: ,'v for 'hich those notes were given, I:i alII L't'nsaeiili March I 4th. 1f :?:: a 1J'ft'renc 4,900 1'riuiin Tubes j:; .jcitirneizl, Pliubdelphia ; lmh\: ',
:',;" I All t.xc 'Ileut Hilliard Table, attached: th4 0 I ; I two dotlarand an half: -
: h'rminf'1 not to pay them unlcs! r.UIJ. lV01'E.I .. ::M 1 OOU Fusl'es
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1 ::t! r t. t.1isIIlHcnt, occtipyiui!; a separat : I ALBUM, u14d Lr '[ies' lVHy G.l=:.! ..
law. 'V .
pelted by %I. L WILSON. hiuil& will : I 1,<::05 Port Fit csl :
'outnhutt' 'uiientwit1 :
ETTERS of .\dmini3tration ;g to a inut Philadelphia;
. t S-is
:\ Burnt ,otn, March 15th, 1828-2-t on eI 1 ,Jack Screw
... 4 Estate of Catharine Wilson, l&te ofth !Jilt IUICd'crillg with the :(Ild order and TUE SOl1n NIH. Philadelphia, lVccLly! ,
s.f. 3:>5 Sheets of Tin
I
County oflscambia, ch'ceIoot'cI, (Iuict ot thf' house, anll pub ait pars Cit n l three uolbl's.
\'in
: > NOTlCE uc alwayi' accoulnlOdltted with a distinct 2,0'.10 Ihl: weight Scrap Iron.
... been A'rantl'd to the uIItler4gIcd;! by tlt'rton. \1.\50SIC lInRol& nwl .li'r/la izic's LL.

: ;t PURSUAST tn :1 Reiolution) of the I the' County Court: for t tie County otE "iiltillg 1ere: 11)1)10.is on the premist's, one of the bc tt .n.\s--The sales wi1l bc iUI' CHf{, te/igeflfer, Bus tonVe.k'y' two cJ"U..II'S.lJ.ucros .

ft :. of the .c:1nbia ; all5 >eroi )fIot having ilenlanls and .Ilaoiiic .
City of 1 :itablts III tile place, where Horses shaH 'bei and the IHinimum price of the nrai5 OI'c1- Rpiorg, tt\4"

I I .::'. P nsacol\, in; Election will be held at the I ag\inst the est4fe of :siid dcc.ltec1 are i I strictlJ'! a t ten d i.d tu.JOhN lIance ii! fixed at tw'cnty.five cents pC':" f tlreaus; ; Weekly; live doZhar..lIrs. .

Ii Court Homre on clllled upon to )I'eHil1t t henl without fie i GARNEER.TEIULS ))0hId. For trre Iron Cannon, Shot :lI1i C'Jh..il'tr %lIsiu.cGEa, ,shingtoJ,

::, ::3: Monday Gth April 1828. l hy: i sflit lh."e inIeiteil, al'e rl'qucstedto Shells fifteen tiubrs! pt'r ton. Ocr::; I D. C. ; \Vedly, fuur c1UJrcll'i.S.'rI" .

f ': 'to the purpose of Elc.tinh' a iIaor atudI lak.e p61ymClIl inms'di: tdy. to of FClundrie In the Northern State, can i AruuclI.ll, New-York; IfDtla-
Julin 'I'ohin. narc'per Ionth > 25 I y, one duh1a.LIIJERAL '.
;: rcc'iv infottIli.\tion
I ,t : :: Nine Aldermen fol'tht' cn 4IIing; sear..i \lIr cOncerflflj4 thc I Iabuve

.i :,::, Comrnis.-lioliers appointee: to hold slicl 44dni iii 131ra1';r.P'r"JCO1g Day Buardc'15, 20 mentiunc articles, from Cel.ptainU.UHEL i PUU.CUER, Boston. 1a.1i3. &.

II! ;t IIt"ctiJO ; t:1J\V.UIU 1.. Duua:. FRANCISCO 1hl1 'A'ch 1b28-S'1-8t. Dinner 75lJiaklist E. Buunl. Assstantzartr lh- Kecile, N. H ; J.i1thh', 531.Jiadeira .

:f ?: .P. PA.LUS, Juux (2AMrDLL. II it.... II'1 Hut or SupPQr :i7 ter, U. S. Army, I'ensacola, Florida ; m' l JJl'iIlPS l 'ordjalI $ Bj.C.
Ii". ii. N L'AZ4I be3 per day 1 25 from Lt. ISAL( A. AD.\. commanding U.I I I ,
1 : : Jas. ti. ()rake per 5wllth 24)Penaco1a ) ICEVt! ) Schr.
1GS leave to inform his Friends and S. Arernd t, I.leJl Route, Hli5iana. per Orle.tl1s: tromPhiladdplu

1.J .:;i:;: Secretary, B former CustuUU."I'f, that hc lis ra, February 20th, 188.-45 If.: Dan'l E. 155L \.

, :; : I'cnsacr1a 24th commenced business; Burch, 10 cases superior Old London Particular:
his
: ..; March 182S-2-. at 0111 Stand, \a
1i... ; ., where he has for sale a very good assort. \ten.\\:3: \j lO1.hiu ;' A53t. Qr. laster. 1adeir.. I ne.i .
"". "
:..; '. mellt ofFresh Isaac A. Adams i 10 OIl Port Winc.
Jackson
pel'iqr COul't. ,,10 "
I Cherry
.ilL Bruidy, Superior
.; : 8S easonable Good Al'JD ta. 1st. Lt. on Ordnance ser\tlce 2'0' .. Cordials
first
,
.. : TVe.clern District of Florida. quality asoted i ia
;! Pensacola 21
Nov. le
t
7.I .
Ret"e'cd tthf' latest arrivals from New "OJJ STOIU: the esrs 1 doz. each.in .

: :. ;:. Rmcs Hull, com YOI.1t and rhiiad..lplua I, --- -, -- U Wine Hitters.
... 1)t'lI. : r"I1 ; UNIJKUSW-.r.J: ) has ft.nuJ\cd hi
: \! 3,3j arId 4'oint Ubnkt.ts I EA-S'FO11ES 5
a &c. Demijohns
superior old
1I0lIan Gin.
...: sTore, to the brick ,
I ROfMeo Lewis, > IN CHANCERY. 7-4 and 8-4 Striped HlIl1it'11] 1lankets1blc new buitdillg Ilea! 3 Barrels Cherry Buunce.
lIE Subscriher
'1. ictlard C. Allen Cullills' 1I0el: ; and is now bnding from hai just received PCI'I
I ISim..on I T
superior heavy WhitIt'Y: Jw () halt UbI .
I Elizabeth from >> Anui'-lee Peppermint
New
tic; 1'iz:4bl'th! and Maria Ol'leU1'i.-ma.
; Cook delts. a II..at
* ) :; hales af80rt'Ifant
White &. Drab Flushuiiugs Imd Cinnamon
Cordials
1) of tIle king }hit; asortmcnt of &a Stores -
following articles VCI'
viz:
r11 R cnmp1ainant beng duty sworn lllue and black imperial cloth blue' ; : .y
. i Cu.lTTus-HhiCk complete: : For Sale .
bombazeen by
' A. saith that Ulchard C. Allen one of and mixt Cassirnei'es ; sati nett. :tl'l'aortetol and bombazt'lt -
Macaroni
in
the defendant" hereto is ; nuxt and clrca"Jian. baskets
g-rcy
not an inhabitan ; su per super and Common iiiicy I F. H. Nisbet.
S. af this Uiatrict, but lie in the Middle prints; 7-8 and 4-4 Irish lier.i Iri h HmYDl OcTs-UlHe cloth i drab and I Vermicelli in bos
; Pcn scob. .
1)ec. 20.
'. .; District of this Territory. He therefore lawns ; dimities 6-1 brown calincock ; French circ3ssian, Gruyere cheese 1827.
; mper fancy
__- pry an order of advertisement atgain l ; white, yellow, red ''uid green: flur tnghamll black, mixt, drab and striped cloth ; aid l'aUe gral1se do. lllSsOLU'rION.THE .
the id Allen. drillmg.I haisins, Prunes, Almonds
nels ; black and colored bornbazctt3.printe1 partnership of .INur & Husu"
CI
Thomai Bahz 1Jbeing sa.ith that and monkeyjkckets ; Great Coats l1Jpaig-ne Wine
sworn
uClr.bazcHs and ; in
Salisbury thn- consequence!: of toe deatb of
'amil YlourDo
4lIIthe contents urtbe PlaId and tinbldt Cloaks.l'ANTALOoNSSupcrtine.
above
ffilavit are true nels spool cotton assorted Mr. James Itllshton is
; ; colton balls; tIu dissolved ; all pe '-
1 rrUomas BaltzelL bee.vertecnJ, linen cambcs ; cambrIc : blue, black halfbhtR. SOI1 .having claims against the late liml,
drab Sugar, con e, Salt Pork
alld ,
Blixt
elUl
IiIHt
easliimel'c'Frellch
I. Sworn to before me hdkfs ; Barog'C hdkfs; black Italian cr.tpe ; Mackerel No. 1 will prese't them to the sub crib r ftbrsettlement
and No. 2.
F: !i. this 19th April [March) 1828. flounced robes ; gingham do, spider neti, circsian, black, mixt, and lihtgrev : Superior Goshen Butter : an'l( those persons indebted.
patent threads Russia pun; and &uip'd dnIlin,.; ; drab wm forward
11' H.ubt. A. LoU diapers, plain atid Best Cincinnati covered coan and make payment
.f. alld oll\c velvet, and llama
fikfre book mtishins Madras bang-up cords ; as no I
and zudulgence
Brit- be
I I I : .. Clk. \. c. .1. c. ".. D.F.JQc'k90n t.... aa hdkfs., comp'y fllgs; figured craI.t't.:8Ses duck.mixt and tU'ip'd cassmct i .nd russian MiddIig Bacon, &e.Julius. Can,JAMES given.FI L.\{.

f.: County F. 20th March 18.28.f. ; white. brown and rnixtd UHtOIl Pescay. Pen a' o'a.' 20th. !\TIn' 17.-6-tf

...' half hose ; wllte) : and mixed worsted ana Cotton and 'Voolen Dr\'ers., Pens3cola, 26th FdJY 182 -50-1i: 'iktth ::)ubscl'ltJer
.. 11.J ,;
: lamb' wool du ; hue linen hose, hHItes \'n-Bfuc, black, ar.d buff cloth and -- 1. Elizabeth. j S( rtcci.ed I p r
,f. [ NOTIOE. I -'urSVlh. frollt New Ot'Il'aus
white a\ll black cotton (10., lead, slate! cassimere ; black tSlik velyct i plain and LAND .4LGENCY.T a very largeaiisortIneit -

I t : ALL persnn5lnterl'stecl in the Estate amI bi4ick wU1'ticd do. phaiii Rnd cambletckaks imcy English silk ; Valentia, toilcllet, lIE He ofltrs of G'oecrie5. .
subscribt:18 iu
\, and have opt'nell an of- a l1iti11 to his forner
FR&NCIS HOCH"RLAT'E, dtceaaled, furuiture check, tJell-ticking, su. bWaIidUWI1 fine white and fancy lice tr the stock :-
!; ; ": Mre bCl'cb notified thxt the pt'rfine cotton oi marsdJlet I <<. purcha and ale of
undarsigned ihirting' I cluths
.
.
I black
: h ClerK of SUI1I.Ts-Fine Lands, at St. Auglstine, in the house forInerly I Champ igl1e Wine, iJ la'kets of 1 do
frill'd
the County Court, will ex officio bombazinf's, fancy belt ribbons, black and hiaen plain .and ; I each

"' dmniiteron said estate, pursuantto an or i white satin and mantua do", 5-4 Irish shirting.b4 coarse linen. duck ; linen and cotton south occupied by Col. Perrault, at the i do.t Varraited superior

.'I.. tier of the Hon. the Judge of the County I' damask, brown linen; super black check ; and tlallllel "here west corner desirous of the public square, I II I Zante Currants BI'antIy of 1820.

; .II; Court. 1\1. CRUPPEU, Cleric" and whit, plaid and striped, Btiptiste. ..A Boots' shoes, brogans, & pumps ; titer purchase persons 01' sales of to real accomplis ei- i PonchnngTea

I :t by J. (;. UR.ua, D. Cfk.PenlC)1R I printed !thaw Is and hdkli ; printed Water hats, glo'ies, suspenders I cutJe.It'ry requested leavQ estate are Prunes
,
their fresh
.I .,. ', 15th JanUaf\.', 1828-14tf. 100 5h:1\\ IstLncy silk dresses, nMns tlirca(1, L : ; hosiery ; silk and cotton lung residence in commands.A Raisin, very
;, .. linen the Territory of ", ..
linen ,
..... S gloves, tapes, Russia shirling, handkerchiefs ; umbrellas ; Florid&, bAS enabled the sulfscribers Almonds" .. 5;
luiH'd drab cloth; blue, & red strouds, blanket counterpanes cal-skiu and to
? Scutt's Ne, No eSttH'l' \. ALSO, tc. fur cloth ; become intimately acquainted with near- Medoc Claret of I82c()
caps i travelling bags. ly all the individual Tuscaloosa
.
4 claims to land, in thi Mre Whiskey
cases saddlery, assorted ALSO
; district ns well ta their Goshen Butter
as titles
: locations
& TAltDIPr 9 case Brewster's hats, assorted A of ,
quali- case laps-cunsigling ofAn Atlas, qualities, and relative value. And the in. do. Cheese
ties
.; i 1vC just received, in addition to the Stock 5 trunks fine made North and South America on rollers : creasing applications made, for inform Beef: in bbt3. for iiniFvu ,
: ready clotbiag with the different Staitea of the Union
Olf HAND A'r TIlEPEh"SACOL thIn, horn every 1ul of the United With an aJJitiollal
StateJ supply of
12 trunks lads' and gehtlemens' boots separate, from the latest surveys.. Together Hard Ory G07)cl
4 BOOKSTORE.S. and shoesChitdrens' with more especially, respecting sugar estatQ, ware, Glass \Val'e &. Queens ware
some Day, and i
ceilt
copy has induced them w believe Sold Low for Cmh.
4 CHRONICLE' OF THE CAYNONOATx' :. knd boy shoes brogans, &.c. Looks. that an vs.t&bhishment

.(. :,'i by Sir .n.TEIl SCOTT, contaiNing an Soal leather calf tkius, hoe thread All ofwbich will be sol & low. fer C.UII, useful to of the this kind, could be rendered J. Pes cay.

t. Introdl1clion wherein he acknowledges 25 keg I Viriiia Tobacco !by J. O'XEIL. All orders p.ablic- t-cnsacota, .Tan. 11th, 1828.

p It himself the Author of the 'Vavcrley 5 boxes superior caendioih do. Pensacola, 15t February. IH2B-47-6t. directed to them for copies
,
,', ofsurveys, OWN
lovel*. Hardware niapaorplansas well as other OF MAG"'XOLIA.
1, Ttie" Youth 1jc. information on the above subject, will be in
arni Manhood tf th.
G.ui LOTS new Town or
..
Th3Mt
: 11wrnton, Pen pocket, sportsmen and desk \\\LERB. furnished without delay. 1.etters, post oilrcl for Ie. 1agnol a
sa This
4 The knives ; knives and forks, carvers, waiters patti directed to the Land 4ge7ac'' &. Ilnated 8 place is
Furgct.McNot, 'New.Ycar' Gtf. subscriber has for sale, a few pair mile from Port St. Marls
I aud tr.y. ; Henning's best needles THE .luguI11ine. will receive due on
snuf. the
t r r 1828.ir kiSs and Hailers, as a sample from the atteM.iOfl. St. tarks' river and 15 from rallitlia.
.
'Use Minstrel Lyre, coller-tioD of )1l trays, pLated spurs, spectacles, manufactoryand c.n 5upply JOHN LEE WILLI\IS: sec. The river can be
.ny quantity navigated
t'' c.rpe..ter' tools, shoellla.ktr' n"jLLlA\llJ. to the
and : SIMMONs Tuwn "
tpicats11 by Ellen. curnet's j to order. }'. H. NiSBET.Pensacob J} Vessels drawing 8 feet
'lli't, Casket FloY/era of do.. stock lock, padlocks, shovels I 'U.\NCS J. l-'ATl\J. The: Silll.tion watct.
; or Ltersturs and Dec, 7th. 187S.tf.TLLO is high, dry ant !
1\t; and ntJmenfJ a Miniature volume' tongs, kettles lS uce pans, cotton : Dec. 27th, 18'27.--44- t has two Sulphur : aethhy :
; cllrd &c. &C.Pensacola : References Springs in the vicinity.
of 'G at 25 ct'nb.Iti'iCfant ; cf which is
one
pages Dec. 7th, 1 I Col. only 200 yardl from te!
Sketches, A collection of 82738tf.E14ANks. 'J' ft BEES JJ'. XClN Jo.& M. Whit(', CUblic Squ1rc. They art aU to

t Tc1J.... liE highest price in cub, givez for I3eftgate :rl'Ork Florida great medicaL qUaliL'S poess
f
.
., Together .jtb an Addition to the Carmel' or various kinds for Sale at I '-l the above articles, by Mr.DoCtor Hentr S. Tanner, Philadelphia, For htrthicr lI1turmLt"m of Terms &ct

upplv of School Hooks.P"fmcob oUOS Pes cay.Pcnsacela 8-erntI'd Brush E. New York apply to J. U ant K Itarnien. s). Mark'

1. February, 1828, hlB flice. Bee, Charleston, or to Aurllstus Stcc1 ;
1'aIlahIIM-3ee.
A j L ,1t1l D", 1S27Jf38a' Mr. J1URtsVi11iam :
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