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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: May 23, 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 )
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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.
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; L .IJoJtLIn-- .M. -WEEKLY I.: AY'Tp I and not paid for, and also for such I the provisions of said act are not inconsistent f j qualification of officer to perform du death-
,' surveys as may be noce ary to.carry t with and repugnant to this I ty, may arise from sickness, from all your wanderings, your wants and
l4: l Jr 1'A Drr into effect the provisions of this act, i h! act, be, and the same is hereby, affirmed want of capacity and experience, and your griefs.: In this vessel, (which

Pub.hf.rs rf the LIAS of the United Stale there sh til he paid, out of any money j until said Legislature may alter bad habits. Several are nuts on may God send in safety to your

aura oJlIu Territory of Florida. in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated i or modify the same. I leave of absence, from the first cause, shores,) you will receive a portion of
5Jr.cnu'T10i-Yf>!m QC.? the same compensation per i Sec. 9. And be it further enacted, and in such a service there must be that bcxunjy with which he hath blessed -

Half vear 3 mile as ii is allowed by the tenth sec- That all acts coining within the pur- some such at alltimesin most instances us. The poor among ushave given

Quarter in-year ad tanc 150 I tion of the net of the eighth of Febru- view of this act, be, and the same are ihe} sickness being produced by according to their ability-and our little -
Subscriptions pavabie
advertisement ary,one Thousand eight hundred and hereby, repealed ; and that this act the.cry hoavy duties which they children have cheerfully aided,

of Aa'VERTish"ca.----me width of one cu'Every mil and measuiing |I, twenty r seven, entitled 'An act to shall take effect, and be in force, havtj performed. Want of capacity that some of you, and your children

not more than twelve lines of this type,first :i iin ; provide for the confirmation and settlement from and after its passage. and experience may operate to pre- might have. bread to cat, and .raiment
e'tion onft dollar, each vcekly cont'mu- private land claims in East Approved, 17th April, 1828. vent the employment of an officer in to put on. Could you but behold the
n ice fifty ('cntl'i longer und wider ones at Florida and for other certain duties while he j is I faces of little and
*t... tuinV rate. Rule and figure work, purposes, any [PUBLIC-No. 16.] perfectly I our ones brighten,
double! |>iice for the first insertion.; Ad- thing in any act to the contrary not- An act authorizing the President of the prepared( and competent to discharge their eyes sparkle, with joy, *hilo
YPI -tsenlentswill I he tastefully displayed l, withstanding. United States to appoint certain Agents others ; and he may be unemployed, they give up their holidays, that they
accoi dine to the nature of them, and will STEVENSON, therein; mentioned. (because the services for which ho is might work with their. needles for

hr''''h.-'J mp.iMircd inserted by at matter intervals of this(that sire is, not type.in- Speaker of the House ofRepresentatives. Be it enacted by the Senate and I best titled, may not be required! at the Greece-could you see those females

?.ercd \'cry"c lc, from the first to the House of Representatives of the Uni- : time. This seldom operates to pre- who earn a subsistence by labour,
)a"1 insertion) each insertion will be clmr J. C. CALHOUN, ted States of America, in Congress' vent the employment of many, and of gladly casting their mite into our
cti as a new aIvi'rli> lJ\ent.-AlUoul1ts demnnd.JJ" .for Vice President of the United States, assembled, That the President of the I none for along period. treasury and taking hours from their

julvriUsing! Liberal payHlil"contracts affrays! will on be made witJi! "t and President of the Senate. United States be, and he i is hereby, I The Secretary xprcsses a belief repose, that an additional garment

these who wish to advertise by he yearbmmunicztiar -. I Approved], 17th April, 1828, authorized, by and with the advico : that no corps of officers of the same I might be furnished for you-could you

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HA. ):U.WUHT, Editor:: wjllbe promptly I PUBLIC-No. 15.] such Agent or Agents as mj he usefully his; ever been more exempt from disqualifying classes of our community, it would

a'.V Jet., tij.j An net providing[ the appointment" of ( employed in prosecuting the designation habits, than are _the navy cheer for a moment, the darkness and
j ooor---A --- AH additional Judge of the Superior and settlement of the lino officers this moment. Many, how- misery of your lot.

ioj'the United States. Court for the Territory of Arkansas, and forming the North eastern boundary ever, have been dismissed, and all I We are inhabitants of part of one

___ -;-,, =--=-.---:-- __ ;...an for other purposafte of the United States, and bringingthe with groat promptness, whenever the of the smallest of the United States,
Y :I Z I'II Ult'rrY. $ it enacted by the Seriate and existing controversy with Great charge of intoxication on duty has l and our donations must therefore of

House Representatives of the United Britain relating thereto, to a speedy been made out-and without such a necessity be more limited than those-

I States of America, in Congress termination. charge, of course, no measures couldbe (rom the larger and more wealthy

'Assembled, That it shall be lawful for, Approved, 17th April, 1828. taken with reference to them. cities ; yet such as we have, we givein
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of the United States of --- --- --,4.-----
the President
I ---- In answer to the third enquiry, it the name of our dear Saviour,:fith
dl America, by and with the advice and MISCELLANY.From may be said tint the object will he best our blessings and our prayers.

I consent of the Senate, to appoint and the_ "United.-.x=States'- ;. Gazette., I attained by providing a proper organization We know the value of sympathy-

commission one additional Judge of of the navy, a system of rules how it arms the heart to endure-how
the Superior Court fur the Territoryof NAVAL AFFAIRS.On and regulations, with well constituted it plucks the sting from sorrow-
Arkansas who shall reside in said the 18th of Fcb., a resolutionof
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tribunals for the trial and punishmentof therefore we have written these few
[Puntic No. 14 ] Territory, and hold his commissionfor the House of Representatives<< of offenders ; and by examinations, lines ro assure you that in the remo-

An act to confirm certain claims to Landsin the term of four years. Congress, was addressed to the Secretary which will prevent those disquali ter parts of our country, as well as

the TVrritnrv"' Michigan Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, of the Navy, containing the fied" from being advanced in the ill her high places, you are remembered -
lie it enact d b.tl the Senate and That when said Judge shall have been following queries.1st. service. with pity and with affection.
Jloute of lirjtrcsrntativcs o.ftltc United commissioned tho Legislature! of the "What rule has been adopted,
I n reply to the fourth enquiry, it is Sisters and Friends, we extend across -
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: States I J America, in Congress of Arkansas shall be in the selection of candidates for com-
Territory au- observed, that all officers on tempo- the Ocean, our hauds to you in
assembled, That the claims purporting thorized organize the counties of missions or warrants, so as to equalize rary leave of absence from duty, or the fellowship of Christ. We pray,

to be confirmed, or recommended said Territory into four Judicial Dis- the honor and advantage of the waiting orders, are regarded as coming that His Cross, and the banner of
for confirmation, by tho Commissioners tricts and to each of tho appointments in the N ivy anion; the
: to assign ( ; within the description of the law, your land, may rise together over tho
' appointed to c:':'-y into effect tjie"Ar four Judges of the Superior Court of several States ; and how far the same under orders for actual service," Cressent and the Minaret-that your
to revive the powers of the the of Arkansas of have been equalized.2d. I
Territory one and receive full pay. Those on fur- sous may hail the freedom of ancient
Commissioners for ascertaining and said Circuits or Districts, and to require How many officers and midshipmen lough receive half their monthly pay. Greec&restored, and build again the
decidn.g on claims to lands in, & for :said Judges to hold Circuit or are uow known to he in the This subject and .he roasoning upon waste places, which the oppressor

settling the claims: to lands at, Green District Courts in each county of their service, and are waiting order* froma it, have been heretofore presented to hath trodden down=and that you,
Bay and Prairie du Chi ell, in the Districts such knowledge of their disqualificationto
respective at place Congress &need not now be repeated. admitted Once more to The felicities of
Territory of Michigan! ," passed on and time as the Legislature aforesaid be trosted in the service, although i: None are appointed midshipmen homemay gather from past perils and
the eleventh day of May, one thousand and! their conduct not h-ivo been such I .
may appaint designate.Sec. may whd are not within 14 and 20 years of adversties, a brighrer wreath for tho
eight hundred und t nt'ywhich 3. And be it further enacted, as properly to subject *iem to be age, and in whose favor there is not kingdom of Heaven.
are c.niaincd in volumes two, four, That in addition to holding Districtor courtmartialled V9
satisfactory evidence of a sound constitution LYDIA H. SIGOUR C ,
and five bc, and the, same are, confirmed Circuit Courts, as aforesaid, the 3d. "\Vhat additional laws or regulations correct habits, and good Secretary of the Greek Committee of

Judges aforesaid shall hold t"vo terms are, in the judgment, of the I English education. It is contemplated : Hartford, Connecticut.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted annually of the Superior Court Department, wanted, to enable the I ::- "
at to limit, hereafter, the age of admission ---
That the claims purporting to be con- the seat of Government in said Territory country to got rid of such V And FOREIGN.

fi, mod, 01 recommended for confirmation and the Legislature aforesaid 4th. "\ rhether those reported as The first to eighteen.six mouths the midshipman v
by the Commissioners appointed shall be authorized in all ca.ses. waiting; orders are on whole or half'pay when From the New York Ecen. Post April 26-
exceptwhen is in actual service at sea, ,,I Front \Vo
to carry into cfiVct: "An act to revive the United States i is a to VfIn Europe. have looked
party,
if he does the
not meet approbation m
mJ continue in force certain acts these the ( over tocladmore attentively) than our
fix the respective jurisdictions of the reply to questions,
of his officers, ho receives no warrant ;;
fur ho' adjustment of land claim in District and Superior Court. The Hon. Mrr. Southard his addressed a ordei I time allowed us yesterday, the papers
and within the last
a new r
the Territory of Michigan,** (passed United States1 cases shall be tried in letter to the Speaker, which explicitly has; been issued for re-examining year aftei, received by thpVilliarn' Thompson,
the first of February and exhibits the and have made some further extracts
twenty one the Superior Court, in the manner satisfactorily pnic- three which,
thousand eight hundred and tjreof; the in of years rvice-passing of the intelligence they contain. We
twenty that said cases are now tried. Department cases ap- they receive a new warrant and an increase ..
three, which are contained in volumes Sec. 4. And be further enacted, plication. of A similar examina. attach little credit to the idea that

"r. one, three, six, eight, and nine, of said That the Judges aforesaid shall be From a tabular exhibit, would tion of Lieutenants pay. is recommended, Russia is about to make war against

reports, be, and the same are hereby, authorized to nominate & appoint, & appear that the officers of high rank Such examination has a I Turkey! on herown account. Previous
mi pro'vechighly
confirmed. the Governor to commission, a Clerk'in were mostly of the Atlantic States. beneficial the depaiI to octual hostilities committed by the
to' surgical
Sec. 3. And be it farther enacted each county of their respective This is easily accounted for, in the : Porte she cannot do so without violating -

That the Secretary of the Treasury, districts, in such manner, with such fact: that when they were admittedinto The then whole t. number of of facers the spirit of the. treaty of the 6th
under th. direction of the President of the States in i- of July. No such hostilities have
powers, and for such term of time, as Navy, many now I 813 viz
:-33 captains, 2d" master
thc United Stales be and he is : been "Immitted-the confiscation of
here- the Legislature aforesaid may desig- the Union, had not then a separate
: commandants, 227 lieutenants, 3C I
by, authorized and required as soon nate ; but in no county shall the existence. I thc Russian \e>juls could hardly be
1 as may be, to adopt 1 such measures as Clerk of the Superior Court he appointed ft is the desire to make the appointments i surgeons, 37 surgeons' mates, 43 pursers considered as a good ground of war
may be necessary, to give full effectto the Clerk of the Circuit from States, exactly equalin 8 chaplains, and 401 midship- until after a demand of indemnification -

d the repoits of the Commissioners Court ; and the compensation of said proportion to their representation men'. from the Connecticut Observer. and as to the breaking off of the

which pr i enumerated in tho first and Clerks, except in United States' Cases in Congress; an! as there exists at Letter from Mrs. Sigouriicy, 01 f treaty of Persia, it will not be con
second St goons of this: act: Provided, shall be fixed the inequalities; it is intended tended we imagine that themere sus-
by Legislature present great Hartford, Cr. Secretary of the Ladle
r, That this act shall not be so construed aforesaid.Sec. that, hereafter, appointments shall Greek Committee of that place, tc picion of the secret interference of
as to prejudice the rights of third 5. And be it further enacted, be made to render the exact. the contributions preparedfor the Porte in this nntter is a'sufficient

persons or TO impose any obligation, That when any party to a suit is aggrieved Such equality, of course, .can. accompany Archipelago: reason for bloodshed. Nor is it at all
on tht p-irt of the United States, to by a decision of a Judge holding exist only in the grade of midshipmen.: America March likely we should imagine that England
mnko United States of :
,payment, or give other lau sto. a District Court, except in ,crimi- "It is probable that this rule will not 12th and France, not to speak of Austria,
ti any claim' nt who be 1828. would suffer their ambitious northern
may deprivedof nal cases, the party aggrieved shall be operate so as to keep up an exact ,
his possessions by operation of law TilE LADIES OF HARTFORD, I v r neighbor such slight to
; at liberty, by appeal, writ of error, equality in the officers ; for experience I urion pretext
} nor siiall: the r .irirnutions made by or certiorari, to remove said suit to has proved, that those who arc CONNECTICUT, TO TIIU LADIES OfGnEEc" emiwt-k in a quarrel which may lead
p.- tills ct be cor.-jru.id! as to extend further to the most important consequences,
the Superior Court of said Territory, appointed from the interior, and far
than to a relinquishment, by the for further trial ; and the case thus from the Atlantic, do not continue as Sisters and Friends -From the and which may extend the dominionsof
Vintea States, of all interest in andto of childhood, native clime a already too formidable.
brought up shall be tried by the Judgges permanently in the service as those years your power
staid lands, nor to lands the theme of admiration. Besidesif thc 'warlike preparations of
any occupied or any two of them other than whose residence and friends are on has been our
by the United States for military the Judge who made the decision in the seaboard ; and, therefore, although Together with our brothers&,husbands, Russia are a proof that she intends to
ptiposes.Sec. the District Court. as many appointments may be weeaily learned to love the ctitintrof ), make war without consulting the Allies
t 4. And be itfurihtr enacted Homer and, Aristides of Solon, what shall we say of those *vhichare
Sec. 6. Midge it further enacted, 'made, as many oilicers will not remain I
That it snail be the duty of the Register ": That the additional authorized : in the service, from the interior and of Socrates. That enthusiasm:I going on in France and 'England

of the Land Office at Detroit, and appointed shall receive States." which the glory of ancient Greece and which are almost equally exten

to issue patent certificates, in the the same salary now allowed by lawto Four hundred midshipmen con- enkindled in our bosoms, has preserved sive. To our view they appear to

forms usual in similar cases, to claimants the Judges of the Superior Court sidered as about the average aggregate a fervent friendship for hei. be parts of the same plan-that of being -

;, whose claims are confirmed by for the Territory of AI kansas.Sec. on the list, all these may not be descendants. We' have beheld will;r prepared for hostile operations, incase
tins act, upon which certificates, if legally 7. And be it further enacted, 'wanted at one time, but emergencies deep sympathy the horrors of Turk 11 i the pacification Greece cannot:

and properly obtained, patents That writs of error and appeal from may arise in which that number wouldbe domination and the struggle so long otherwise be effecr d. .
shJl be granted by the Commissioner the final decision of the Superior necessary. and nobly sustained by them, for. Certain intelligence" of the fate of

ot the General Laud Ollice.C Court for the Territory of Arkansas, In appointments! no reference can existence and for liberty. La Peyron tnri his companions nt
:p. And be farther enacted The communications of Dr. Howe, length has been obtained. A letter from
rinl! shall be made to the Supreme Court be had to congressional districts, as f t
be me Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, in the manner, these districts arc frequently changing since his return from your land, have Mr. John'Russel, of die East India
and he is hereby t.d and and under the same regulations, as I their limits. made us more intimately acquaintedwith I t Company's ship Research,dtaf- (Qf.I .

required I pay to John J. Dcrnmot'Ietroit from the Circuit Courts of the United I From many districts op applications your personal sufferings. He I 7, 1827, says that he had ascertainedthat

: the sum of thirty dollars, States, when the amount in controversy have been made ; from others they has presented many of you to us, in his ships! were both wrecked in
which
shall be in full for his services to be ascertained by oath or affirmation have been numerousand the appoint- his vivid descriptions seeking rofuge -, the same night on a reef off the Mani-

IU the preparing and publishing maps for of either party, shall exceedone ments proportionate. To correct in caves, and tinder the branchesof I colo Islam J, in lat. Ii, 4,0, and Ion. 107

allJ.use Of the Commissioners of orc4 thousand dollars. this, more than their proportion has olive trees, listening for the footsteps east. Oue of them with all on. board

Sec. 8: And be it further enacted, been given, and will continue to be of the destroyer, and mourningover perished:-a part of the crew of the

rr'l Sec. G. And be **.' further c a That tho act of the Legislature of given, to the States which have less your dearest ones, slain in battle.Sisters ., other escaped. They built a small
lat, for surveying the the and Friends, our hart s vessel at a place called Paion, in
donation Territory of Arkansas, passedat than their share, until they are brought
riglits cr back concessions i in said! the last session of the Legislature to the same conditipn as the rest. bleed for. you. Deprived of y.oni r which they embarked all but tVo'meo..

Territory, heretofore made under the of said'l.'erritory, in relation to the In answer to the second enquiry l t protectors by the fortune of war, anccominu I who remained on the island. Of"these

atove mentioned acts of Congress, 4 Courts of said Territory.' so far as is respectfully suggested', that the dii- ,illy in fear of evils worse that 1:1 two, one died abou; nitre years.s

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as- Wo nejtfectfcd io notice the sale of that, af er it !i.id pa.;od nnd been *ervt lo tne -!*

other Uft ,the island in a : II Art. 4-It shall be at the rtption Slate of Aattif tlut P*resiclt.ut MSn"' of she. the northern n"sdrve adjoining Tallahassee a KxMCiitne mistake had fr 1)\1110111"approv.il, Mr.in the W.didcoYt enrollment>rtdtha ol it.|

I4! catme anti probably perished. 1 of merchants, captains, or niasters of frmfiH That of the House olRepresentatives pro l lded for by an act of the I i pVntcd it Iiy';l comparison with tin:original, \t-d.
will make use Senate and Speaker h) request 1)1(111' Actin<; Oonrnnr niturncj it
of the vessels whether they Council. It took
Au'drcw Skcne last
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Lieutenant : the" respective Legislative clerk
, do adjourn I to :|hn cnrollinz %*ho conrcteit thu error..
$. I: Uritish Royal Navy has invented (AsNe of the public Scales or not, and only Moada, the *0n place at the time appointed, was ton- Sid #tnnM !ly Alajor Wcbl' '(the Chairman <
boatsthrough incases where hey may chdnse to Houses on closed tnodnninittep on enr.)!lm*>nt.tj and .Mr. Wyaiin
;I4: ) a mode of propelling tinned from day to (hy"ul on ,
says "the Government of May next. I -t in the Etctii'c Oihre, and, as IhtJill
the at the rate clone have the use of the third The amount (,r the .
h., I water, ( day. rot a"ree m opinion 't to the error, a urcorujreftMence
;i.f; ,. it toi hundrtd miles an )hour. lie has taken weights, sh:ill be paid for the use of House of Representatives.Saturday sues wa-s nineteen thousand six hundred wa. had t', tliKorui>Ml, when it "p,

t; built boat and invited the same as per tariff. 20"M( April IS28. f and dollars.: A ncarrd that the insertion, of the Chief Clerk.
;i : out a patent, a ninety one thump- .
blolied that
the It'a.< hard
from it uas s-i to tell
the scientific to inspect her and the II Art. 5-All other direct or Indirect Mr. Smyth, of Virginia, I iiiff price far one hundred and sixty which %sI' real'!} riht"i and it wa 1J11"l"l"pnl-.
of whatever denomination -,:I Committee on Military Affair\ III K agreed tu iclJr th* to the Council.
: i; machinery. She is to ply between charges, acres ofland in the wild wnods.-Idcm. question
:, i' the Bridges on thtt '['hazucs.Vc the same might have been, which :I obedience to a resolution of the House The Bill was accordingly$ thrown fvturned aside, and and by
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: ;: have received by express, the have heretofore been exacted on vessels 1 I I of the 24th ins?., reported a hill to We see a number of new houses unanunoKS.iijiTvincnt hill more ,leneral in it* prnvmoiis ahstituted 4

.'' 4. from Vienna uuJTrieste I Or goods, are hereby taken off, abolish) the d' !ice of Major Genera! going up in sevet al parts of the town, and herame a law, in its teaJ. This traniac
) following news : demanding I Peace Establishment others tion, which i it amply pportcd by the most rep"ctihl '
and all public officers are forbid in the military and understand that many arc .
rl :- : and uiefactory tniiony, it would! -
:.s4; ; It is believed) in 'cbnsequtnce of the same. I ol the United Statcs* which was lead contracted for. 1 tYas confidently! "!em, from the h.ind-bill! hufore u has heca

: all the accouutsfion Constantinople-, Art. 15-In resrtect to the Policeofihe and committed.Mr. asserted in our hearingsome days ago, made the ground work of a henvy chir:e .t;:iinst
'1t. 9tk, I Mr. \\')aLt. It i i. true vvu ha\e.only the! te"tiinrjny i-
! ,r: that there are chances ttf! peace left, harbour, all captains of vessels 7'ze'stfa, ArriZ b}' an intelligent itivseh, that the iniprovusnehts adduced l h j the prt irirveiI, but it is .

.,;' as was' aic1 a few days ago by one of 1 shall have to conform themselves to McDufiic from the Committee iu Tallahassee of the current of jn'icli a nature that we think we cannot be

; ..t: :' the Ambassadors of the three Allied ; the regulations of the Port. ,! Qfl'ill'S and Means, repoi u-d a year, would equal those of all miyt-ikrn!pfnmtiow when ot the we ihsaige say, tbat which it is a most'Ir. Wyattalied cmnplet!*
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jS, :t. Powers. M. D'Ottcnfells, who has rt A correct Translation from thp bill making appropriations for the the preceding years. The new build- es hw been circulated to his prejudice.Velo3 .

!;"C' f": obtained! tire leave absence wiiich Regulations signed on the -Sth I support of Government, for the first I hugs ate of good and substantial materials \ & this notice, !reach: longer than we
ft O\.? land and March and published! in the of the 19 ; vhith was and erected in workmanlik' intendeJ to make, uith the t'olo\\in! <; eMtaiU
!' he had asked will return by quarter year a from die ccitificates pubilslivd! :

; will travel by short stages, 011 account Dutch language, at St. Enslatitis! 1 twice read and committed.Wednesday lu ttllwr.-Idc/R.. Mr. Ochiltree, eniollinjj! clerk, after a -

._ the J 1828. April 30th. ---I--- i-j I'' I statement njjreeingviih I !". r. Wy Hit's,
: !.it of his bad health, which i is the only Ut April, -:-- say

H .; reason of his leaving ConsintiiiopIe.Ek : II T. G. GROE E." The following President Aless.igc of w tho,is KSCP'IV-totted IP 'l.1.\ (r :J .-t '\ ;. :I :-luct" IVa of Ihe!! iu different: th. h.ihit Members of noticing-, and the la\-CD.I.no

ed from the _
Commercial letters from Tri stc say, 7. : recollection of circumntan'.e
; : it Prom the.'ew York C rmP1'lrrdal.'ld1.'l"Set", any that occurred
p
i t I'; that Count Capo D'Istria, immediately .1il28th.. Status, by his Private Secretary : "afDAY.! IAY31-dI8. \ 41! the time or during the session( ,
To the Senate and Ihute of ftenwiitatives that WAH !u the least calculated to impeach
his arrival orders
after at .
Egina end
J : r gave Late ) Important from I: of the Vnited States. l"erit Sans Peur. ihe integrity of M r. \\ \'all-uh the '
fiir destined against ____ __._ COllharr :
: R r; an expedition December last, 121 African -7= -=- -= L
ot zeal
: England.The In the month he displayed an uncommon for the i.). ..
Candia the command of which is tot West 'Jc""n'. n. C. I'lNKft \M, JOSEPH C. K.KV.-KR, I '
:r' landed at .t' constitiienls.1Mr.
weve Key it-rest
Hamilton Hunker, 31 day* Negroes :
ship 1
.f1 and J OUJ'k E. CAIIO \ere, on Mo'M.iy la.-, '
i. be given to Ma'vroeordato. The from Liverpool!. arrived this morning ; from a rpanMi 'ave-tr.iding! vessel sti'Hiid- elected Aldermen of'the City of!'eusacula. I' Speight Member from itd.iden \: >, :;

1 same letters affirm that the squadron : sailed on the 25b. ed within the ju'risdiction of the United 'I County> also agrees as to the facts utated. '":\I-,",'

It tinder tho command of Tahir Pacha, The New Timeftof 20th March, mentions States, while J pursued 8y an ,armed Arrival of the K utehc i i and observes, in refer nce to Mr Wyntt i "
; il The U esi sc'iooner in his uriltanic Majesty's, ser _" I believe that MemNer? of that bdy t i
that prevailed
rumor
Scio has a
L.rl: ; which was to act against end the day befoit, that the Duke of: vice. The Collector of the Optoma at The U. S. Ship Natche::, GKOUGK HuuiEsq. will deny that he was as industrious and attentive 'ft ';
been attacked by Catlaris with his fire Wellington \ prnC''e'II immediately to : Key West, took possession of those persons ., bearing the broad pennant of Commodore I II lo \\hat he Wdieved be his dnlv.. a$ ",'" ..

4: : Ships, and that Tahir Pacha has returned Russia: lo cO'lfef'i11 tile' emperor on the 1 who were afterwards delivered over I RitfGKLV! anchoird outtidf The bar ri Representative could possibly be ; leavingnot "','

;. i (' ., to Constantinople. affairs( of the east. The same l paper adds to the Marshal of Eist Florida, by whom yesieiday noon, eight dRYs from dff'ftHnpico ihe least shadow-of suspicion in hi* in. .
'ti. Mexico ; all well. tc d!',-, HUt! alit> distinctly! state that the
, that there is no imtance of j.uci! a stphaving1 they were conveyed to St. Augustine,
: Fdm iAe .'trio 'ork Gazette. Prime Minister where they still remain. The Spanish squadron umlrr command I present; !ht'v was not brought in and HgrerJto
been taRcn by a
It 1 ;
War between Russia and Turkey.The hut the mission of Lord Oastlereagh, tn Believing that the circumstances under of Coin. Laborde, wan hourly expected nil" in rr.nscqnence of the error or any alteration
I that coast, to blockade the Pores of Wra in the (irmer bill!, but for tl>
\V Thompson which have been cast the compassion en-'isoui
t ship m. in they
fI packet :814, was fcome measure analagous.The upon
Cruz And Tnftpiro, and for other hostile hut A general (bill! embracing- same su!,.
Maxwell which arrivedest Pum f March 18, state of the country are not embraced
' gl Captain papefS- purposes. The old! Spaniards were leAving .)ect5 fir the Territory, would be infinitely
t >, terday from Liverpool, has brought us that the Governntentare endeavoring to by the provisions of the act of Congress, Mciico by tVcry conveyance ; it being the better M '
of 3d of March 131$ of the other acts
merchantmen Marseilles or
,
hire 100 at as
and Liverpool intention of the Government of Mexico to : ,
London to the 16th ire !--Thr .following! eitract from t.'
1' aa
ti1 papers it is not known whether 'for prohibiting the slave trade, I submit to
who remain
inclusive. transports ; send, all when the Spanishtquartrnn article In the Nrtxhville Republican .
the 17th of March : so
f to the consideration of the -
-
expedition to Greece or to Algiers.A Congress expediency makes its
ninety well adapted latitude that
I appearance to our ,
'if: : Thn news by this arrival )leave no detachment! of artillery left Toulon 1 hi' oFa supplementary act directing : miles into the interior. :I misrht) think II Wai written ejpressly any for one our

-f l p hope to expect a continuance of peace. Toulouse on the 14th March. The soldiers !- I and author'v.inl such measures an may he : colt iwns. S .',

,,1r'f;J. it appears that Russia has issued a were eager for their d"'p.ir ure. : necessary for removing them from tht lIilh 'Viters.-Tlie\ MM Rider informs! "It requires not tIle spirit of prophecy tl
London 1l1lI fl. HieKk's, end Turl.-s "As weasseited 'IVrntury of the United States, and for till that tileI r!of Pine Barren Creek &. ufBigK :
which the
manifesto leading .
: ; on Saturday, it is now clear that fill'iNg towards them the obii aliniu of humanity. :!<*ainbia River were very liiirli, and wore still to foretell, that sooner or later, ;.

L:: t; and Paris journals consider as tantamount the report of hostilities having commenced JOHN QUINCY ADAMS.WASHINGTON cufitiir.iin to ,rise, so that in ins opinion, it isVf'ry this town will be s<'ept from its very

tI !Ltt!r to a declaration of'i'ar against between KuKui nnd I'urkey WiS on Sunday doubtful 111'whether)(. -'\.1'sitallrccclve any Mail foundations, by flue, unless prompt ,-j'- :

: ; : Turkey. The grounds for this step iiuifc premature ; 'Jie story is thou emphatically DO \. \ '\' \ l To Land Cltririwnts.-Tfll' United States' and suitable mensui be taken to '

.ot i. ; arc alledgcd to be the non-fulJilmnnt contradicted by the Uritish -=' Surveyors, BKNJAHI.V CLEMENT? and JAMKS: meet anti overcome' the rlnvourintjoldment ;

t1 r. Of the Treaty of Arket matin ; the instigation Minister :- April 2J. \v. l.MJM: are now on the waleis of Black when it shall burst forth, ,':: t-l"
In the llo'tsc of Common, on the evening \Valer Kivcr, icady to attend to ".J.r.
.: of Persia to make war The bill for the relief of the surveying '
upon
! situation
;, : stirvivini The of the build-! .
; of the 22d March, Sir U. \Vilton! asked j any private claim-* to l laud in floJ idi, \\Ves compact
'! S! Russia ; the conduct of Turkey ith if it was intended to sustain the treaty !! officers of the Revolution- II of the Chociawhatrfu'e river. Comiu
1 t1i; .,!i.? '::. respect to the) provinces of Moldavia of the 6th .)ul>, aid whether there had lowing them full p.iy luring their lives, I j' cations. addressed to them, and lodVd in the culpable want of preparation for

,::3 'rt' : and Wallachia, and some commercial heeh an\ orders to prevent provibion fi being parsed to a third reading in tlie Sennu the PiMisacola Post Olfice( will be duly attended I this dreadful cc/htingcifcy, demonstrate ,
: vexations in the Bosphorus and the I Sent to Turkish siationa in the :!oc&? There is therefore ,to.Snfisritr. .
terdIY.
: y. yet, the imminent danger; that IMUJTS overX
I Mr. Secretary Pel! s.iid, j7-: : v:j' no I 'Court.The United States'
.It, :' Dardanelles. char!e tu the vlfJfj of Govemment u* to some sight! pruhahility a bill HMN. Dtmrirta'nd; Superior Court for the \Ves-I ;Mid the urgent nccessit-, of nkhg

hl;: Bell's Weekly Messenger of the the treaty. and no notice had bt-ttn rcce v
i; 2; 16th ult. (the 'latest paper) places tIllsff ttf any change in the h'lL3siairetaton / or will afford some evith-nce to these Monday: last, after a most laborious session exertions wili; avail. It may with

interesting question in a clear and (tffiiiytjebluraiivnoj'isit.; by Jtui-s1 a aginnstTurkey. veterans that justice has at leiisfihheen of thirteen' cfa}'!. I afity he affi(med, that a fire on any

'f t1 Jii, .candid light. An opinion Is there expressed JI II'hen such intel s.cJtllce az riv.d, awakfiied from heir '"Itiflfrhe'rs to Awe have heretofore noticed, the I'' part flf the would in all .
,
square -
which coincide tint it ifiidd 6n time enough to stMe the view of i I f Grand Jury, with: a highly laudable determination pro-
in ;
Ft : we : an acknowledgement bi f I their ciairns.
babilility nearly half of
on.j
their sweep
Government. The instructions respecting to do duty to the utxvnst ,
4, 'I.;;,' i .M if the war should tidt be speedily the Murea continued aid the attention I i t.the House can 'b'a broiiglrC to a found twenty bills of Indictment. 'hieITIOt the town, possibly more. And yet, '

t -: ., stopped, it would doubtless lead to ; of.the admirals was c. thd to them. I [pronipt ncthit 'JI the bill}, and ifmem- of these were for trivial) offences. year after year rdlls round, and no

.L4,!: t the general convulsion of Europe I,I I III addition to the a(Ove, the New I bers will sarrilice their ragt; Ibr spe' ,ikm UICg'OIvar % and John Grey, wetfc indicted organized or enprm'tic measures arc '.

I ::1J, and may kindle /lame, !burning iI t I t'imes of March tl-lth inltu tues the ja- I t.r to the i interests( ofihai'evoluiion.iiyheroes for Murder, but neither of them taken to guard against such a catastro
de France ol the 22d, were in custody, in of the
lMtt
hy Express.It
first in but endingbyzhcquick I consequence
jf : a remote corner, spi an-i neither WC:1Tliw iiouv phe. Now and! then the old engine
Jo. ., has brought accotnits from liuchure, I W tnt of a Jail. Martin Hullo was tried,
; ':" contagion of excited: I Irr p.is- (the Capital of Wulljchia.) to the last ot with declamation, nO'r'l gh down the and found guilty of an attempt to rob the is brought out, and a few gallons of

4 l sidns through every part CI'the civilized February, at which pcriotl the Uussians bill with; amendments; tii'! meusiirf Mail ; and Enoch lloye, was tried, and water squirted about the streets to thg

;!i globe." i nad not cn-Nsetl the 1'rut.h, tor sucli an 1 F may become a hof the lUll'l! found guilty of Bunrlary : the latter received great divcrtisement of a crowd of .

;' A chan:" ha* taken place! i in the event cO\llltiul luve taken pLcc without I know too well the c.iuseof the defeai l hi piimsliment, as mentioned in I boys, and the annoyance: of any luckless ,
':' French de Xouviilesucceeds being almost i mediately known in ttiatCapit.nl I of the [bill last our last on Thursday ISthinst. but HuUo
:4 Ministry. Hyde : of session Since that wight who should chance to come
and wholly 'had been sentenced ,
these accounts are not when on the ,
..- ; t' I to the I dep-irtment of the I siient upon the subject. I time many of tlie"e \Vcimois s !rivpassed I right of the 15th, they tJl"ukejail together, within twenty Jicc or thirty feet of it.'* -'

/:;: Marine aid Colonies, in the place of The London Times of tic! C2d ultimo fiom I he stage of liie ; A., if the and enc.iped : milking; the second tine ..:.

:: Count de Charbol, and the Bishop ofBeauvais announces iiie C a.i-tte de France of the present bill should be postponed, many f that llutto has broken .lull), and the third L ;fll.-Thf' followio opinion, prr.nounc-
I t;: 20th communications from 1 I 'hat he has from ed by Judifc J u\cKtNRiuuE, on motion for '
;' takes tho department of containing more will har g nneto their Inn01 escaped imprisonment, i
..' the of Vienna to the 1 !thdimiimhmg the: appivheiioti :}I able t since he coiTMiittcd the offence of whichi a new trial in the case ol Bates vs Read, .
;t.: "::1 Ecclesiastical Affairs, in room graves, thronch a p.ith nitderod Superior Court of Vest Florida
Jamiaiy
" ,. of.ui im'iictliate war. A last el- i has been convicted. Tbe Post Master ,
1't, 't;; the Bishop of Hermopolis. These fort is said to nave Pecii made by the Allies I thorny and desolate by povurt\ "f f tlii.-i City has oifrred a reward ot Fifty( 182'J, beinp of a jrenernl nature and intetesting -

, !'it.i t' changes complete 1 the I exclusion I of allyjilele's and after some cuulevenceK $oetween I 1 and pain, without rrceivitr",, anv w ol I Dollars for his rC"Lpprehen itl. to the Meml-crs of(he Bar in Flori :

',. ." friends frwm the Council oft the Huss an and French Ambassadors, those consolations which orij t from a 1 George Peake, a free mulatto, indictedfor daVe, with much ploasuie comply with

.u...,.';, ." 1\.1.' IUlsters.r Lord Uuuley in Lomfnrt courier is saidto 1 I i>tatetul remembrance of their distinguished counterfeiting: free paptia: plead a request to give& it a place in our columns.
p have ben: sent to Constantinople) I guilty, and was fined fifty dollars and I
stated the
: ; : It is particularly says f pr\"Jccs. A silent vote in favor BATES, ) '
with! ircsit in behalf: ol costs his and
:
application -
a : ignorance penitence mitigated
,J. to., Sun, that the five Allied Powers havesanctioned GreecCt and wit IIU uiulcrstaiuhng that 1 1 of the bill would! exhibit more sincerity the sentence. vs. Motion for ncu trial.

r't' ':" the Russians in taking HO "executivenua iies would be adopted of feeling ;and! more totrndncss Another individual, a laborer, a!.<, plead l1T::\;. 'S

!.:;.._ possession of the two Principalities. against the Porte till the answerof !I of judgmentand will entitle the House guilty, of assault and battciy ; and, tile .Sl' In 1 1aljn down rules for granting new

f The London Sun, of the 12th of the Divan shall have been received. to a higher reputation for gratitude betnc of a tritkil nalUre, was fined one tnah, it will he found much m re easy to .'

_ March contains columnsOn This: is given ns a strong proof of the pacific and than dollar and cifels. determine in what case* they will not bz
nearly two j good sense, all the flights ,
than to thn
in winch
grunted
-- senlimentH of luusn. v.lio. thou lisuflerins The remainder of the Indictments were specify !e, .
the death of Governor f'linlon.NOOFOLK : severely in one ifreat branch of [ which) poetry can attempt and all continued : leaving seventeen cases on tiie they will. It is impossible to foresee the .. ;'

April 23. her trade, by the -closing of fie Uosphoni8 -;!;. those declamatory professions of criminal docket (or the next Tern circumstances which will warrant the Court
to which the heart f oulertaiiis( -w in settimr aside a verdict : it his therefore -
was willing I
the postpone an appeal to no cogni- .
Commercially lmporiant.-To /:/ ell'c-I been said be Jhe discretion of '.
r tiCil.n'e'tind that on I to in
arms, at a mumeiit when it Would be /:m co.-National Journal.
.11 attention of Capt. Seaward, of the cisive. It is also stated, however, (de-I tion was held Oil Monday last for three A.oYimen .- the Court. This is certainly the cise in .

: fichr. Hyphen, which arrived here on the Reis Kliemh had co-nmilmcaicd: to Tho joint committee appointed on of this City and that only tictnly- new and unforeseen ( (.t.int where palpable ,,

./tZ Saturday, in 14 days from St. Bartholomews the European Ministers yet residing at ) the subject arranging the business Eva raits were received. This cannot be injustice is about to be done. Hut ,
I Cilcpinetl strange when it is kiio\ n tluit he i the decisions of Courts on this subject, '
It'rt'; we are_ indebted for the St. Pera- that new negotiations were out olme to he acted on, and of fixing a day of !
paper publtshe&ln..xt before the election have established' rules which ought nut let "
: ,. Christopher Gazette of the 4th inst. i question. while the Greeks refused touullut. adjournment made a report, in part, did not contain any notice of irs approach I I be deviated from when! deal ty ascertained. .

p.T containing the following Proclamation gamej, but Two whether months favorable:have been thus to both Houses, yesterday. The report We have her :ofiHr. been accused of mUrepreseutntion The Courts arc cautious in interfering with r

'i: of the Government of St. Eustatius, Porte, or the Allies seemed doubtful.to the, fixes the day of adjournment for wl'en ve attempted to assign :t the peculiar province a Jury. hence it
;! the of the Island St. motive for the conduct of the Mayor in not has been decided, that it will -
&f opening ports ( The former is enabled to gain btlengtti the 26th inst. A proposition was intlis not suffice
advc'itising will thercfoie
t i' Eustatius and Sa ..the latter a small daily by thf delay. made in the House, by Mr. Martin, wily state factthat pujicive when tu o papei wore I the that! verdict the!Court should if be dissatisfied with
in the
: -- I ; cr place of ihe jury
:.jt; t island 20 miles WSW of St. E.) as a I to amend, by striking out the 26th, to he published before the f'll'cticlIlVf' jx-I I| oiiul have tendered a different one.

:t tt.. free port from 1st April, (instant.) CNGRE'6SlAL.. I I and inserting the 19th, and this question ceiled a nrittcn leqnest horn the rfeeiel.iry I i This principle. it i is true, m-.iy operate a "
,. i Mr. T. L. Balls of the I when of the Corporation to give tile uh'crti"c-
tt' supercargo J 1 was pending the discussion I incnt but one insertion.Vhatcould have hardship inftiirttcufarcn.es, but the Con

:, I Hyphen has also politely furnished IN SENATE. was arrested hy the expiration of the I heuii the leason was it a v.ish to can v theelortion trary tvouM produce v general evil'

ltf;' Us with MSS copy of the, same 'proclamation Monday, April 28th, 1828. hour allotted to motions and rcsolu- 1: silrutly l ; TO deprive u9 of the ;paltrjprke There would. never be an end to a suit, if
new trials c wld bo had whenever tilt
t. as promulgated art St. Harts..p ISIr. Berrien lutions. The subject will be taken of advernMujj- ; or from some othermotive
presented a memorial tip verdict
; hicJi (failed to give satisfaction, to the
in both houst'S I we cannoi imagine ? It needs
rv.t From the St. Chril1o Aer.' Gctxette. from the citizens of Savannah, in to-day, and the day explanation Court. to one or the other of the parties

::7.r ST. EUSTATIUS AND SABA Georgia, praying for the establish will probably be fix?d for the 2Gth. 'v( h: ve rercivpii from U'IMUMVvTT I or to the bystander. It has been decicd -

:' FREE PORTS. ment of u Naval Depot at or near that Jdeni, May 1. Esq.. Tallahassee, an arldresd .-To tke I'LOjkofI'lorida" 1 Tli1 resolutions reported the '1 ; arcornpanied; hy a request that ue jury with their own verdict, is not ariuinci S
1r:: We have received a copy of the place. by joint should insert it iu the Gazette It.- length uoiildpreciudu for trial. .
committee a new
::, Regulations for the Navigation and- Referred to the Committee on Na- appointed on the subject of ad- I the po-.jbility of our eomplyirijitli! The .
i jour nlDl'1I1 were both laid on the fable. In tlni request at thi. time were tH Od''l''I usual ground for a new trial, is tintthe
fj.
t: } : Trade of the St. Eustatius, officially val Affairs and to bo printed. he Senate, the subject is postponed until"Wednesday. ;'I re-i.Mnn \yh)' we should oniit to rl'.iuLtIlSl; m j I verdict of the jury is contrary to lair -

.:,k promulgated by that Government ; Tuesday, April 29th. Mr. Tucker has given notic.: to.ninunicrttion.Mr. I and evidence. Hut the right to give a .
4 which for the information The bill for the relief of certain : that he shall move the rorisideVatiori of the \ryatttiil4 n Reprp pntative of the County general ,vertlict when the verdict sounds ." ,
; we publish question uf the House this morning, and has of Leon in the lasi LesS'lal'ire i Con.ici! an I ill dimajp ay alnumt un.tvoid.ibly include .. ;..
iil t Xf our readers : surviving revolutionary officers was : requested a full attendance. There is evidently is a candidate: for re-e.lertion. It would! seem i the riJit to decide liic law as well,as the :'

i p i; Regulations for the Navigation and read a third time* arid PASSED.On :. an increased indisposition to enter- I I Iron clectioft his,address>rae in-lividuftls that in ordc.rto, of whom prevent hi w. I fact ; the jury must then-fore h.ne entirely ::lir .
only
motion of tlllt' H
I.
;!' Trade of Ihe hland of St. Eus- Mr. Woodbury, The tail; the question since the Tariff has been named, have charsjeJ him with the crime "f I disregarded the direction of the Court, : '
j-jftlt",i tatius. title of the bill was amended by adding reported by the Senate Committee. As clandestinely alleriri a lUll of the List Connril" ir or have given their verdict contrary to

{ "and soldiers,"" after the word of- thai important hilt has been modified !In one -ami it U in order to r"pf'llhi2' rh-irgp, and to I some plain and palpable principle of h,,.
, i 11 Art. 1.The port of St. Eust ficers. Wednesday April! sOtk. or two of its worst provision?. new hope call for' proof of it, that Mr. \\V\att has come i To set a verdict aside for being central/ ..

J'It tius is declared free to all nations, The bill that it may yet pass has sprung up among before the Public.It I'to evidence, of which they tbcjuryarfrtne
making those who \9 undoubtedly the of
supplemental are really l/omc&tic privilege individual
friendly

to every '
,t from the 1st of April nett, and the for the military service appropriations Industry, and who wish to d s' oHn.'cl it and ujorr eSiecMlly| uf a Puh.ic man, to I where peculiar judges, can only be done
I' same privileges will be granted to all, from ever* of those mid deteud his character and reputation when ac- the weight of evidence greatly pre
for the
year 1828 ; and considerations with party political I cu'edof n<, deep crime ; and it i id one of I'c! pon , f c-' without distinction of flag. The bill making appropriations for of ihe J)item have which so pretended advocate most .Ifl.UTflt uses of aji independent Prr/w tovindiCHte that .I\-",- evidence has' heed given oil

I 11 Art. 2-All goods, wares, and1'j the ln ian Department for the year if.-Idem, l'tloy2.Tallahassee".frequently einfcarraisfed' alnnderera.We the calumniated should l theiclonhave and to unmask Ii'. boiliHidrihe court ought tiot to set 3suJeth
lie.RIttIO'I
merchanditeof every description, imported 1828, were severally read the, third iW rflowinj Mr. Wyatt to be no heard this( \'t. rclit!as being againnt e\)' l1ce. .S .
May sJ. \o4'i 5/c invading the orthe
or exported, shall be free of time and PASSED.Mr. through our coluuuu were we ufficienth a- prtn'inc'c
Strangers are still quAiut'd with the jury. wh.' areto weigh the evidence.
coming inand subjecl-maiJer of diapute to
&1kL duty; and all vessels,anchorage and Berrien from the Joint Committee I wake L i jule begrimed
lauds more and more iu demand the I it intelligible tu our tf'Ader" and 1 were I It tljRt a new trial will
Et port charges. to which the suLject was referred fJuyt slow and timid the f hIdes there Dw PrtttJ' more co., H em tu the partiej tvhtfe new evidence has been
i made to it. We must however, iwcr exiaitu? circumntance discovered itince the trial. Hut this is *
U Art. 3 ft shall be optional to a
1m report, accompanied
lounging and ctfstive. We have :I *, decline a'n insertion of the article, he
vessels into this to take a by the following resolution no i at the same time doing Mr very tIaiigijroitM prnaiplr, and nmst
.
: coming port doubt there is : Watt a pJe ;1.
as good laud It
I yet to be ute by the fallowing aJsutract. pursued with great caution a party
'1ff pilot or Dot, and only to be paid when Rcolnedbythc Sewtcalld House I entered, as has been sold though not I It appears that in the U x Council Mr. Wvati against ,uho-n verdict u rendered, can '

roquired. of Representatives of the United I I iu large tracts.-Advocate. Jturoducwf a bill to'clisriffe the tiuirn holdin-r sclasitlc! i-hai verdict by nwhing- *bIbul
County Courts fjr the Middle Judklxl: District- he has discovered ncv evidence sUIte'pee$1e

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intended shoe too far back, fixing the 1 quarter?, 1'111I From the Jfillctlzh-ille Stufftman.Slander. .
',", atinn.s.jd v/nich; } it would seem that he F\li\n. c'\ 1.ll
,
_L itu.l, tl.?? 'vrtiM r.o C'M L. u : I untrctIOD--SO that / UU\,
towards South causing permanent .-Our Court ctjusticc mreni.to
bur uouui or opened to perjurirvi ; bend his course
a to the contracted hoof loses its Clsticjtyevery ; have fallen a new expedient for
verdicts have liee<> *et a- Editors of upon AND LADIES' UTfcRAttY GAZliTTB
t he castwticv I Caro:.a. newspapers ; stei is a shi>ck : inflammation ancl' protecting the character of our citizens. ;
t-JC"'I; tU'tsgn.-imU; urccn Stu AUct very will subserve public justice, by republishing lamene' ensue." Heretofore, the aggrieved"person has
Mich the p-irty Vird J"ol"1M.)
: (
\traorditun ; they are '
the our notice of this villain. \ P"rttJ.r"l.--Iihon Gazettes IUTP been thought liirmelf his own I4w-gtver, and .
b, rUt .h\LhttH\ e "'( ,la1 luve procure" -
: ,deuce. I'clllrl haveg''ie so far its tu i j Wilmington, (X. C.) Recorder. received to the 2d of March. On the thf executor of its sanctions at ,he last is tlut prematurely w* present cur-
e '
'., (.IJit! a rrceipt found alter! a verdict The first number of the Southern : 26th "February, the Infant )>on Mgtl? j sitting of the Superior :ourt in Jon; a i IT selves,before the r.umerou patrons ofth
a Mith'cici.t ground, and that j took the oath to the Constitutional) Char verdict vas brought in, in one case of1sl000 Philadelpliia Album, and the reading

_______ '.tIt' oil, :.fcfhnt relief In tin- c.i-".. is in Chncerv.The AzricnttilraKil, for January, 1S2S, :| ter, in the presence of the two chajnl rs, damages-iiuanother. 2500, ,and :' public generally, with Prospectus of the

tes>'tmn.n> (flSCO\ere i, tnu-it moreoes -! edited by J. I). LEGARE, E>q, and j i the court and diplomatic body. On the : in De K Alb, a similar penalty. In Newton .' 3d Volume, which will commence on the

:, be of .uch n iMture, as mt!t r.ccessa-:jpublishcMl l hy Mr. E. MXLLKR, has I $rth, the Princbss Regent published a county, a verdict -A-MS given in a cae 6th of June next. The liberal manner in

- nl> ;.Ld ana uid &bl l) iiavc produced a df- j made it*' appearance.-From this specimen } I proclnmxtion resigning the office of lie- ot slander, for S O-OOO. What is most |i which the ,,'urk ha been hitherto encoar-

I ft rent \cuh'--t, if it bAL .'ten given to the |I we anticipate the work will gent to her august brother.A singular uf all, the penalty in half of these aged. the le.tttr. of congratulation which
jur\ bui the court cann.t :ke into c.n.- 4 A letter daleu March 1, states that rates was awarded to the innocent gossiping i;I ,.e are uily in the,, habit.of receiring-
; of 1 much benefit to the Agri- *'
; ltT4tion, tlicefi'ecl t might have prortahiv pros e I great apprehensions nre entertained there of Heaven's i creetest..i viruu-t. j i from 1-r numerous l subscribers and above

piod'-iccJ on the miinl.% of the jurui*, : uraliMta of the South. for the constitution. The old Uucrn IIM.Sf bestV_gift. to man-.! nil the H.iieriti)* testimonials of commendation -
Irom jcclurt-8 of the grous-d on which i The dbvelopeineiit of the plats of r a mob daily before the window* of bet I uhich have been so geagpally ant

I Ttie t 'e ttICt W44 rcii:istvquenccs J the thinking: and judicious Planters, |I palace, crying out, "Lon live the absolute publicly expressed' iithe editorial column ;

_ 'pt-rnuttii.g a part after near- ii a clear! and interest ing style, cannot I King. Miguel the Fir>t." "hive the l1.r I of our brother publishers, induce u,.

n tl l"* *hnie ttsti-no'iy on the oiiVitehtte ; I but be profitable to the ugiicitlture oi I Maiquis: of Chaves," "Ioun. with .the to believe that the work 1m obtained a.

1-1 e.! Il et triwl, to set A side the Verdict, Constitution. The mob IS encouragedand character both at home ant] .broadwhich
the Southern Slates: -ibat such essays it is .id. the ftf I sustain, will not dishonor
LI} rr Vr th.it he may introduce! new testiniony protected, oy military. : if it is creditably
will have extensive circulation, and i ia I, of American miscellaneous -
i > controvert such e\ d. iicenntst he an Dunligucl represented *s very pupu-I the rcp'.ilation
*
'.,.,1jI ito evtrv one. lf a1ru where produce Ljenend and substantial benefits lar with hid new iUt 'cts. He i is Intake I 1 literature, ar.d entitle it to a fair

]"- has bern sutrlLt i!, that is, where eviilrnce ; we cannot doubt ; as wo arc informed every opportunity of maniicstiii!; his I ir: \ o VeusucoAn.KftTKltKD. I portion of that munificent patronage
_...._ dislike to the of Long lire the al sohne has been
I has been jfivc-n wh.ch he had nu is in cry t which ot late years so injJiscriminntelv -
already
the
.
frum the hlttH'C.uftiac AC- subscription King," got up by the fanatics. On lavished upon works of in imita
right KtI to expect the pleadings, and u.,aiiiht. uhicli number, very expectable, and such as the t26th he took the oath to the Coixlitu- May l//i.-Schr. Amelia, Hatch, New I tlharlc' er. Since the commencementofthii

ton).e cuuld? not h"\e been on his guard, the to ittsiiif the success of the undertaking. tiou as Regent. He hud previously changed Orlt-ans : assorted cargo to order. l ini celan! >, two yrari ago, a host
! 1 is diO rent. Hut it hs bt-en dccid- .-Chas. Courier. his mlJli try. III ailcli.r'li! to the Duke \I 19/A.-Hrijf Lady Richmond H>nkley, of weekly publications profewinj similar
e C4SC: Cudoval and the Marquis of Villa Heat, as Hn-ton. CAf 1100 casks lime
i- verdict cannot be act aside be- ;o, to the ends and advocating similar, jritiple5.hve ,
c.,1! that
a
Easy method of dislodging prison I Picsident of the Council, and Minister of Nivv Agent. I and
evidence h.,gonc tit1lejurywIichwa ,>:rtt d up in almost every tpwn
iuse the S'omach.-Placo the war, and interim Minister for foieign nf-- 20th.-Scl1r Elizabeth! Forsyth, New I
strictly inadmissible, and which if objected from patient Till:,,p ih, the. Union. It is with'atisfac, -
tn, niig't) have beeu excluded. It so that his: mouth shall be considerably f"4irf he has nominated the Marquis of \ ': Oil ani. Cargo to J. C and' C. C. Ktyser I, tiim, we discern that the appetite,for misrelianeouv -

idaUoasettkJ principle ot law, th.tt !lower than the stomach-aswh.n ena minister of inuiiuc, :1. Leite minister oft'I Austin and Finlay! J. Compton, S.j, literature has been whetted br
the interior M. Furta-lo minUter .
ofjus'ice.and Barrios, Campbell and Fu"fcr. ,
*. counts a dcclj- Kopmanand I the unctenlandiq.ltu
in
this ,
pevera circuinsUnce
vrc is
where there man's body Iyng acts a
a Count de Lautan minister of finance. II
. I Iyer.. S. Hambietun, H. Derby, J.I I IPeCa .
is i
which upported \ttie taste qnckeird
of Iy ant
he-en enlightened,
one .
fat IOn, any chair or on a sofa, and his face: is The place of foieign HilVnrs seem rtsertCd and .1. .
give a general t nordiet ) Forsyth.HTIUYKI I w.h desire to *e and
titence. and thcjurv I lot the ol Palniflla.Atlat. I a peru poMew
Marquis
brought near the floor-and theil) if -___--::_ ,__-2'-- ha-
they ill be supposed to haw, founde'd ltj//i March. -- I w'lrJ.-\ of thi! charader and of merit,

their rerdict o.i tht count. TIU. Jill necessary, press on the stomach with From 1I.lc,1nrz.-'Vt' learn from a ) fit STOLKJTrJ ;: -"r jr their ostensible and twofold ends,

be seei:. that although application the hand. The cardie orifice opens who left Havana on the 17th gentleman not KOM the PI nati.tr1 of the Sub>cnber, instruction a"d amusement T be ,ex-

., fci rrwtrL5saicaililres5edtoihe unul readily. such a case, and the stomach that Coin. Laborde was preparing the whole on St. Hosa Soui"1, I It1. I c('
< ;:cI f1OI 'ofh co-irt, that discretio"1 ist empties itself like any other inverted tf his squadron, with tin utmost do nalct! Dat l\ \\ thtir pericdicmls.are published, and the4 .
blisheil rules! \.hl.1&: t\y (\ 8e, aiiMi.s.rii of ,which di.-
: topic are
c.rcum'cnbe-l; by e vessel. Gazette Health. for a cruize in tie Gulf of Mexico, and ihdlthree variety ,
t t JiAL1rUW .',,- .ro'i"l 1 "' Ji urh ,p lhcltiuu. oj of the fiigates i has already sailed.It .- : About, ('Ir"t"C'H" old, and cus.et] in tlu-ir pages, has been pro
From thf United States (;t.l'tr. is nrrently Mated at Havana that: ttc b four1 eon bands; .high; baL! .- of that natural consequence, whichwe

. .__ "l1lIngn'J.r.11cJ!' It'iA.-The Circuit A Mr. Hand advertises for exhibition object of the expedition was the blockade ; l" mane :u.l l tail.. except theaj.Jfore I in particular, amon our competitors

. Court o! tne L'msetl Slutesj for the District in Boston, a solar microscope, of Veia Cruz and Camp'cheTile Mexican l kc.k of his mane, betwe for public approbation, have been bo '

of Georgia, commenced its Spring; Term, which magnifies 3,000,000 limes. By. brig of war Bravo, Caj'tniiiYillinm -n his cars:: in which there are white largely blessed with-a wide and incrray.

: in til'S plac/ on Wednesday last-Jauges its aid.snakes.apparenily) six feet long, \V\yer was chased into K _\ V\'esf on the I I hairs in-xcil. inK patronapfp. It is true, the facilitieswe
Junn':H1 mid Cuyler, orcsent. No biisiurs 13th iust. by lIlt Spanish: frig 1le l4'altad. 1 will giv-a Reward of Ten Iolars.for enjoy in point location,and the literary
*importance being before the Court, may be discovered vinegar, and the Ihe same yr
lie after small white mealy particles on figs, brig ufwar Guerrero. -Bait CI.ronicle.U. ictilu nurlft"r city has ,possessed u. ofn
jt 'A S i:journed t ne a sittingof ,. or on St. Rosa Sound ; if Jie is taken our ;
t A hnurs-Saulhrcm. appear moving objects as large as a rDIED.On ; up In Floruit : or Twenty Dollars if 'any advat njjej* of which our brethren ,

from the A" r. .U rhll7lt'B Te'trraph. good sized terrapin. It must be a Tnetday.the Perdtdo 13rli IIMI. at Car.penter's taken out of ihfr Territory.. I are (1erved.) All I thtse pOpe ties of I
Ferry on rivet, Capt. It i is that said: Horse has been pood fortune have increased In worth and
arrar.ftd Without have occular supposed
bnt Outrage. circumstance to
pleasant HiciiAHU DE \L" late of thi?,p lace. I I! existence of
the our
with
stoc) u, and bn-ird which abundance pa-
on ,
departing Ii oui.the line of strict neutrality proof that; while we are licking up the. iDIC1J..-In NVa,hinptou Ci.y, nt 6 .I left this port put for Mobile, about barge six weeksKaiiclnllAllis. per. Tin regular contributora to the

______ which'e dotcnnined at the vinegar from our sail ad, \e are taking : o'cluck last rvening. the Honorahlc THOMAS a work are numerous and good, and the oc-

_ onset: of the Merchant's Telegraph serpents: to ours bosoms. Wlr-u a i 1UDOR TUCKER, Treasurer nt'l oiiumal donations which are per 'uallyflmvin
the United States in the 84th ol'
obsci \'cin relation to politicsj our comfortable reflection as one k year j in up:>n us from the generosity. of
to ,
i age. He had been conlined to his bed, hv ,'ensacola, 19th AHy, :! 2,10 -3l.
primary ohjccbeingas we then stated munching fig, to mistake, in the.. the malady which terminated his life, for }literary stra gers, with those emarjating

__ ____ it, to render this paper woithy of the fulness of newly acquired knowledge, thirteen necks, and died in the entire possession '. 5O %nwi'Ith11-----;: fro !:. tie, keeps ambitious cs aspirations constaistlr of turniahed youthfulgenus

_ :long tst suj'!,oit, of the couinicrcial the crackling of one of its seeds for the must resigned ofliis nientitl and pious facuhie frame, of and n-inj.in the 'ITIIEHt-AS MARTIN HU no, who with a choice variety ot solid and interesting -

comiiuii-V.:: vtcannot fochoar to craunch'mjr of a snapper turtlt,'s shell. Of this venerable and niosC tiinablr! Y t' has been Convicted ofun stterppt i lite ature. Among our correspondents -

r 'prelieml.; in tcnus of richly merited From a NanUicktt Paper. mae, it i is not our purpose now TO pom tray to rob the United States' mail!, bioke the we can enumerate biograpra- ,
. )jail of Pensacola, or. the night of Thurs novelists and poets .all
ceiis'Jie, the unniarjly' outrage which Incidents; of a nature somewhat the character, further than to say, thaI he I pliers essayists
has betiii by one of the was a patriot of the purest character, tested day. 15th Mav, inst. : I do hereby ofler anxiiunto win the meed ofan enlightenedpublic's
peipetraten calculated excite marvel
frequently -
to
in the ordeal of the Revolution, and approved Reward of Fifty Dollars approbation and all competiugI :
conJuctors of the public pre>s, on the Cape Horn of talent. If thereis
our the
occur among in the political tl i.i lIs \\hich followed for the I generous rivalry
person of the) son of the President of friend, as they traverse the U illimitable it. He WHS H represent'ifive from the' State said re-apprehension; ana delivery of I any department which has not been

:!ic United States, while! engaged in sen'," in pursuit of spermaceti! and of South Carolina, ia tlie iiist Congress of I! sustained with nuffknent judgment itisthat

lIe disc 1itrge of an official duty, as whale-non One or two that have the United States, and f..r some time nftei- MARTIN HTJTTO, I of the e itor.) And even here. were we.lo
Mr. Adams and f wards, deservedly onjo\in :he respect of credit the flatteries of our c4>ternj5orarits -
privite Secretary to will relate. to Marshal Jailor oTthc
U.
or States.
come to our knowledge, we those with whom tie vv-is associated in the any we might have spared ourselvesthis
quietly walking, beneath the roof of I A large female! whale was tftckled to important duty of putting thin Government Said IIUI'l't) is i about six feet li'gh. confession. But whatever this may

the c.ipitoljfrom: ) one Mil) to the other, I hy two of our ship masters on the offshore into operation. lie had, for many \ear stout built, 'dark complexion ; has large have been heretofore, hereafter it shall
National 'latme. The to his dereae. filled with fidelity hUck whiskers, and a verb& d rout- with
of previous the
We
t.* our Lcg ground, in some part of the Pa th.tt be bettered. plege.It ,
the duties of the offu-e uhch he held at the nance. It i is supposed lie has made
\crimoniou5 bitterness of political confidence, experience/uicrcasinjjvears,
; cific. The tow-iron breaking, the I i time of his death, and. in its public as well for Mobile, anti intends to take shipping and nwukening vigour. DrpendingJis we
feeling, during the' present hotly con whale made its Eleven from that place for the North.
escape. as his private life, as Ihe iiimlel of a gentleman do solely the opinions of the public
; tested strujrirle! between adverse parties months afterwards, the same w'lnle, i and an i run pie to nil around him. W. llascN Hunt, for the reputation upon and consequently the

_ on Presidential question, may with the broken iron :in its body, was National Intelligencer, .Ifay 3r'!. I'ost Master. circijlation.of journal, we shall,be as-

naturally! ) be expected to vent itself captured by one of the captains here En r1"2M1w Post Office Jen ttola, 7 'diioiis to please that public, and render

violent acts and language, which th6 alluded to, at a distance of eighteen I Fcnsacula Price Current. Florida, 16th May lbJ8 3OCTHulto 'IIJt sHves more j'Jstij' entitled toheir,

excitement; of the occasion will, in hundred miles from the place where I Corrected weekly for t/i e PcnsncolaCrtxzefA. was accompanied in bis eccape be nefaci ions.-Thie tone ofpur sentimentswill

some measure, t. extenuate, though it first I by Enoch Hoye, whp has yesterday received always take the colour of our judgment

cannot excuseand which will be looked seen. Bagging,-vard !3 to 28 cts. forty-nine; lashrs an-! stood in"the anti sincerity: ait'i justice Ih.lIbe,
4 Some years ago, in Woolwich Bay, Pillory two hours, fur the crime of I the -inly mnd'-Taiors on the strictures of.
Bale Rope, Ib. 10 10 16: ., BurgiiII.y. -
have
back when time shall; assuaged
to, Coast Africa whale that All that t. in.stnict .
.
a young came Bacon, u 7 to 7$ 1O3tFo1) : jIlJ ment. can i-erve
the portentous moral fever alongside one of the boats belonging I Beef, bbl. 9 to li $ and to amuse, all tint is calculated

which! now infects the nation, xvhh to a whaling! ship-whereupon, one of I I I. B..tterCuuntr\_ lb. 13: to Iii CiS : NEW YORK. either to enlighten the uivter tai.ding i or

emotion: of shame and r grct. But : the men in the boat marked the initials : Northern 20 to 2-; ? THE Schr. SP3i2SiV iD, tn improve the heutt, will be eagerly: and
Bees U ax. Ib. 2:2 to 25 assiduously Mnjvjht after, to adorn our
ttat one possessing the least regard ? JAMES I., DAT Masu-r, w.ilt il pa.
of his its back and then let 4 s"
name on
Cotton, Upland l to y I ges. The s'dvucacy which in the outset
:or his country or himself: for decencyor it go. Several years after, the i identical ; Copperas, by the bbl lb. 3]l ? j for New York, from the 25th to : we professed t fur woman, and which we

law, or for"H'.Y of the tics and Obligations whale itself, bearing ,the seaman'sinitials Coffee, I'ri.ne Green, by the [ 28th> inst. For freight: oi pas believe has been the paramount cause of

t that bind: society together, 1 was taken on the Brazil Banks, bag-Mi.! lt> to 18 cts. 'tab lu :. loA',1II j oodaccommbdation'3applvJos. l : tre success of this journal, will rather be
Corn, by the Cargo, bush. 7.7 cts. increased than diminished in i HI' future
could be found who would sufler ,
political barrels of oil.
: ana produced sixty Coidage, lb. JrV cts' C. 8g '. Iveyscr.Pcn : conduct. Dispassionate criticism, moral
or personal antipathy, public or
From the American Fameflorscf. -. Chee t'. Ib. 9 to JO cts :iroa.! lay 2Jrd 18:8-10 "it. fiction,and meritorious verse, will ever be
private revenge, so far to obtain the Corn Meal, bush (nonf')0 -
.-The two following items welcomed to its column ;rhe arts and
of reason and manliness as I Flour, We tem lib! 0 $ Notice Ls
. mastery will be considered as worth the subscription hereby: Given I scienrrs shall) not be forgotten, nor the
10 make such an attack, in such a I I IWthern *> 75 : t ATat the next Term of the lion.I brilliitnt vMticUm; er pleasant bon mot lost
I price of this paper, by per- j uin; Holland, Gall. 1 2$ to 1 .30 I
pace! and at such a time, as arc recorded do W the County Court, I will pit sent the I ill a \?">rti: of pedantry and mctnpbysics.
who have much with anda Country, 45Gnnpu"
in the extract below, we did I SOIlS to clc.,: Keg" 6 50 to 7 50 accounts and voucher.iV'anply fur lfinal In short, the most devoted and fastidious

not believe.We'most. I prormr feeling for, horses. Hides. Dry Ib. 9 cts. settlement of the Estate Thomas Consrnyus -f' attention snail be paid hoth to the matter

cordially hope that this LORF.TTO, (Vr..) Oct 31,1Q27. Suited 5 senior deceased.. and manner of the work, with a laudable
4 Dear Sir. The Thomas ambition to render it still niore deserving
following extracts Iron, Ib. 6A to Iii Cpmmyns ;
second insult to the dignity; of our national readers 'astc&nd
from a very popular scientific work Lumber, Yellow Pine, M. 12 to 10 $ Ltccutor.lensflcola a.Tiong Attainments.
k : council!, this second outbreaking Red Testamentary The embellishments u hicb shall accompany
Cedar 20 cuuic ft.
in ami called prune cts
. indomitable, ] rage & venomous hate, "now publishing England Staves. W. O. H TJ. M. la to 20 $ : May 10th 182S-9-Gi. the third volume of this work, shall
:rhes Library Useful Knowledge, exceed those of Volumes.N'otning
the former .
beneath walls that should at any rate : Pipe 20 TO 2) ? NOTUJB.
;fibrd protection, if the laws are to be I will save, I hope, many a poor horse Shingles tl to 5" shall be called so that shall not
from much suffering and injury. With Leather, Upper, Side fJuO to 4 -25 cts.So.il \LL persons leaving chin1 against th? be considered intrinsically an embellish
reverenced no uherc else-may meet this view 1 tae! the liberty to offer I I Hi. 2tt: to at ? 4. \state of FKA'N Cisco LLOIMZ dcceas.- me ut.-If they consist in er.grnviags.they

with severe and} merited and generaliCastigation. Mackerel, No. 1. bbl. 8a ed. are requested to pfes cnt the in to the 'ISUb'scl'ihei wiU! be ticb as to do honor to the country

Persons of all parties I them publication in your very useful ., 6 ', and all persons indebted to and nm the miserable prints that are generally

1 fhould unite in reprehensions, loud paper. Yours, with regjrd. 3 .5 ,. said estate, are requested to make imnie j imposed upon the unwary and the

V rmd deep, against such rancorous conduct i JAMES M. GAR ETT.I Molasses, Gal. 30 to :33 cl*. (hate. pS.OlcHl to Seneruus.: The pjper 5hall.be good and
I Speaking of the eye-lids of birds the Nails, cut, lb. 9 cu JIL lc }la Kua Uniterm in its tex'ure. The number of

; which no provocation can justify I. writer remarks :_11 A third eyelid of th, Wrought, ., 18| to 15 erg pages v. iiI be the same as at preseut,
and] no concessiwu mitigate ; he same kind is found in the horse anti called Pitch, bbl. 4 $ I2iecPensacola : lI.l 0 I' but from a more fir-criminate; arrangement

\.'11O hall have the temerity to step the /une ; it is moistened with a pulpy / Pork, bbl. 9 to if $ ;15th May, :18289tf. 01 l Llietv13, a lti-r portion nt reading-

forward as the apologist for an assault, I substance (or muciJ.tg'e,) to hold off Pepper, Ib. 23 ct*. matter will be run.iMied ,"eddv. With
the dust the ball and it clean Potatoes, Irish, bbl. ii 6 X'ZtOS1"ECT3SOF th cse views jn iion,
sit which 1 reasonable I on eye wipe anticij. \10 I :|;rJw our-
every man to
,
off that tie! is Sweet, bush. O 4 ct*. lelres upon the of the
whatever ; so eye hardly ever seen b'UiMy public so-
political sect he may belong, with any th'wpf upon it, though greatly Rosin, bbl. 4 $ citing none to erctxnage. who shall not
must bliLxh, will exhibit an instance of Rice, cwt. 4A. I An Independent Newspaper
p cxpesed from its Rite and poslure. The I sonsider the pn-j.: ";J, of the york
analogous audacity, without being I swift motion of the haw is given to it by Rougrj, bush. 60 to62 cts TO BE PUBLISHED IX equivalent to the aIT.ounof the subscription '.
Rum Jam. Gal.
1 25 to I 5U
:able to plead the palliative of sudden I IJJlIpul a gristly, elastic substance, placed"betucen N. E. do 45 to 50 SAVANNAH GEQRGIA.

e.Ve trust that no one t\'iJll the eye-ball and the socket. and Raiseus, Mirscatrt, box 4 to 5 $ Which shall he open to Politics, Lstrray'iml r To tile numerous edtor wha have.soei'frousy

be fool-hardy enough to do so ; hut striking obliquely so as drive out the Bloom, u 3! to 4 Commercial Inc11ience. DijKem'c our \ 1t : ,copied our former noticr.

that the Press.from Maine) to Florida I haw with great velocity over the eye< hind Sugar,New Oi leans, in bbls. 9 .cts. FU7'eign.w. &c. anil winch shail be who have so lii.erjtlly! cou mende .our

' ,from the Atlantic to the let it come back as quickly. Ignorant di>. in hhd li. 6.5 to 8! I leveled to PUISCIPLI.S, and, not men. feeble efforts. to pkase, and %ho hate I
Itocky mountains when this haw is inflamed from
' persons, Loaf and Lump 20 to 22 cts. largd tr.'l."ft'rred mtr articles into. I.IICt
: : will join in oue general cry of I I cold, and swells so as to appear, which U Shot, bag, 3 $ TO BK EVTITLED TH E columns of their, journal, we return c)lCrunatfj.

$) arne I IFratricia'e.A never oes in a healthy state, often mistake Salt in 4 "ush. bag, 3J to 3& $ Savannah. Mercuru.COSAM 'tf d thanks. Reg-gars that we tc.

it for an imperfection, and cut it off, Bushel, 75 cti.Segars EMIR the cblifraiion will be suit nrtore-enhanecyl

man named James su nearly does ignorance produce the American M. 2 BARTLETT-EDiTOR.Hie by a few insertions of this prosper.tt*,

IlolUnd, ot Onslow County, in this same mischief as cruelty They mightas Spanish, ? 12 to 20 $ will TEIL1WCS.be SavHiiruu Mercttr U'e do notoiJ'tr excliau"e lit cuupari'Oil -

_ State, lately perpetrate in that well cut off the pupil of the eye tak- Steel, German Ib. 17 ctg. lie businefa published eygry and morning:, dt rinK for this service, t,u' ** a frfchie tributeto
3e three times
9on
county, an atrocious ing it for a black spot." Crowley 15 to 18 a their for then the obligation
1 murder on his veefcUiig the balance of the Ii; courtesy, even -
Blistered yL'tr, on a
brother and fled from The other cxttict relates to the hors '* 16 to 20 will be uncaucellc-d and the &ame.
r- jl:iticp. He American iirge Imperial She, with new Type and
is about five feet hoot, and u as follows :-"Tbebones of the 6 tg 10 The Hliil.delpli.a Album will continue
eight or nine inches Tar, bbl. 3 i'ress, at Right Dollars per annum, pava.bie .
foot are not placed directly under the $ to be i ironed 50
Wrdnesdty: at gfi
!_ in htight has Tobacco. Chcwtn in advance. Arran emen's will be every
j round shoulders Ib. 10
and I weight if in Comrnoo to i2
ia
; they were an upright position per annum invanmblf advance. U is.
mad to obtain the I latest News
and
: stoops a .little in walking. His cum.I'lciioo they would make a firm pilUr, and '&allo'w' lb.Cavendish, "_ 3Q lc 60 accurate Price Current. Ship advisabLe that "11 wliQ wish, tg obtwin a

; 1 u ruddy ; his hair sandy colored every motion would cause a shock. Theyare '%hiky, 8 ctK For the accommodation of iuhI I complete volntne! commrncing with the
Country
and his placed and tied __ by the BUI. GaL 30 toT 3'1 first f
slanting number the
; eyes blue, and iWtid or oblique, :L-_ =._ -- &r bers, there will be pubhMwr! t'.a. week.lypaper next will torwsrH the: .
prominent. Re together by an elastic binding on theirlo".er -- 'UtiUS lames, cncloagone year's subscription
IJ&
is loquacious ; I Subscnberj.itcnds i bythetirstj to be eutitled contain-
:md rather nuick in his manner of! exact surfaces those 10 a* to form ipringia Jute next, to leave this place for the inK all the orijiqal, Utter of the daily pa- mediiitely.. The paper will then bereuLrl
as which make of leatheror und
eakmg.| le we North, feuei4a *ll thpsi having any de.manje I jersof the veek, together with the 1'rcesCA ) prompil) forwarded. A-l-
: was in lhstjout town' I steel for carriage. Then the Uti>c I dreu| (post p.ad) ..lm U Kenny, 4 j,
agajnst tq and Domestic
4 three of bliti present. them (or $ Foreign Neu't all
the hoof
days which
pSSSed by the name ttretc oa out on each Jhewiut Street, Philadelphia hr"
4puneat within
said
time.andall indebt"d iew.AliH-ertisements, together wit. other
t. of John and
Bryan ; sold a horse on the I side middle the frog coining down in the will please \II at the store of Messrs. nalter.interesiinjj" to country rtd between
-<)tki! : and crossed 1 the river, as a foot the qnarten,adds greatly -' Austin and l'mlay and snake imlI1edht'e terms of which will be Fo'uf Dolbrs / [
ge7 t. "t'UjctJ J- t
to the e a&t cit Ofthr D ( .
_ tra'ccat! the market wharf, from 1 Nlt tbjsilkaformsl) ,frrriwsniai ctain- Jgnoof the- payment. TEUNIS 5\\' \U"r. I per annum, or Three% if paid in. advance.Suvnnati I [CPSubscription r.cie4 ut iiu < I4 ,
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\ NOTICE IS hEREBYs Periodical literary ITcrkr: .-We jy
.
NOTICE. TO 'r"F31A1.C.: In C'h\\\ ..
... tunes, heretofore, called: the
GIVEN: at.
persons Imtng-cluinn a paint the This numlior of the Pwifarola Gatette and I | Jackson Superior Court, tcntion of our readers, to many Of this

., .A\1.L.. ; of NlxscfcL HoNiFv deceasedro I I I j West Florida t Advei"riser rutnplrtc'fourrolumes, Western District of.Florida, CTpIIAT on the 29th day of March, 1828, beautiful publicaiions with which out
which l&vfe hecn under the supcnnteudtnce 4JL? i levied an attachment The real
published nil wi.bonds.nul
country n'> which
ted' to the same to theSubscriber .
are
requf present Term 1828. ;)u'-
of its Editor, and during this I March ,
present and of Mr. Y
Mid nil indebted to I I 1 prlJonallJroperty Joseph lished at rates aiton'shingly ch
persona Some
IMBed
; hn ttp.
: whole period only trn nnmber hi\'t' : Thomas Hull Complainant' Cruzat, absent at the suit of Mr. Thomas hort time since. received _
I f si'ul estate are called on to make&: imm iluring his absence from the City. While haekiiuwledgri : 1 ) *c 'hefir.t

:. diate payment to JOHN IKLA KUA.igeiitftr 1 many imlPrfectiJ" &.deficiencies., I I vs. > Wilson of Baltimore.Henry. &iieten; numbers (by the way:, we should<
: which the man: Romeo Lewis Rtenard C. Wilson like continuance its visits
hirc
the .iilnlu'x dauhtlrsw len ipp.innt Ill j a ) of Tun
+
,
tit:,.4e I). _ _ _-_ -_ _ _ ner it lias bwn conclucfr!, he t'mnf't but hope, ,, Allen & Simeon Cook Deft J u. s. Marshal of the A u i EL, a Literary ( .izctte," published)
1' ., Xhat u he claim credit for his vssichnty! Court the A 61.
" t. tn SaXc. may justly U appearing to the by Western District of :Florida. every other Saturday in Philidolphlaat
Yl.\\\\\\.ti.an Iud zeal l in eintnt, and for his fetblcendeavers
its w nai davit 1)f'fhOIfla3 Baltzell, Esq that IlicbI -
the low of
; rate One Dollar
Year
a
wishes to sell (his to give' :ttibflction.'ndng Smd inexperienced Pensacola let April, 182B.-3-tf. coa
!. Subscriber right Alien Defendants in th.s
> I: ard of the
,
T/I of one ming eight pages! royal quarto, and
: : he uhdTrrtook the publication 3' cc.casionall .
. iis.t
. .J' to a plantation\ District ofthe Ter-
of'pre-eraptinn I public journal with much distrust as to hi? abili. cause. rewdesout of the HEA.-!rrOltES &c. } accompanied with ngn.inK!..
i ted on Saint .Rtw's Sound, twenty five, tirs to disruaVje the arduous and TCtponlhlcflutit"fl ritnry in which the said Bill is filed \ it is the typographical execution is nand ,
_
miles' from Peusacola ; together with AI" which would devolve on him, but with afirm ordered that the wd Defendant appear THE Subscriber has just received per and the articles highly interesting. rue

: btuclcof cJtttle, there on,consisting: of about I dctenninatioH, by industry and prreevernure ami answer the said Bill of the said Com- from New Orleans-making One of the most beautiful 1

!tl. One Hanared Head. The Plantation) 'I acquire the experience he nwl be.* l, and| plfcinant, on or before the first day of the his assortment of Sea Store very we have noticed of late,engravingiwhich !is a Cluster _
f to mud fall his talents, tIH'YeHr
or own
of h-imlred and sixty acresof upon next Term of this Court otherwise the com plett. :
consists! one feeble lie has steadily puirued the ofthe Miniatures: >> of Nine eminent Ij .
s!) ?
"ootl land, about fifteen of .'(rich have course whirli; hn tuouglit correct and, ?olely'r; Complainant'. Bill shall be taken pro con- Macaroni, in baskets i ing American Puets (Hilleck, Ilry.Pmckney .\

1" been cleared responsible fur the errors and wpaknrs! of ferlc Vermicelli In boxes
't., 2" [ Sprague, Percival, Brooke
I.:'s: ,.:.;;:t\:\. I Fur terdl', &c, apply joUaodal Editorial; department of the Gazette, ho ';t ___ !-9t. (,ruyere cheese PLerpont, Woodworth, and Washington,
] Alhs.Vermcola hope? that a pmall portion of praise: may be [ Patte grasse do. Irvine,) copied from original
:\ awarded to I 1-- 'i, fur an honest cxprewion ofliis 1 I| NO""ICE.I Raisins, Prunes, Almonds portrait, ta: .
:ft May lit, 1828.7tf.PROPOSALS opinion.', and lor his earnest endeavors to advance I ken expressly for the NEW YonK Mianoa
.
J : .__ the interests ofthe City and of.the Tciritorv. / LL Persons interested in the Estate Cliampaigne Wine andlxtdifi' literary Gazette ; which accompanies '

J; 1lof: 7'ttOMAS BOTTLES, deceased, are Famil yioirDo the number for January 26h- -,

: ): \\TC have rcrr'vcd from the Comrfninify as i hereby notified that the Undersigned, do halfbbta. containing biographical sketches ,
of
rn Mishael Smith truch" encouratjci'icnt and support, a>, unrfer : Clerk'oft11e County Court, will ex-'J/i<.io Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Pork persons represented. This the
single
,
By existing! : iivurn-tancc, we had n right;. to ex-' 1 i administer on said Estate ; pursuant to Mackerel, ? o. 1, and No. 2- her think I well num.
we s worth the
"A Geographical View of the pert; and) to nuny individuals we are indebted' : Superior Goshen Butter' price of 3'ycarly
"ii of an order of the lion. the of the
Airthw i Judge
North America," for their cxcrtiousto; ::crvc ns.l>y incr"asinp i the I a subscription to the Mirror, which:
in
Best Cincinnati
Possessions covered
Court. llama
;.p44i__ .. British "t rirciilation of our paper and emieavoring to county I Is"published every Saturday, at Pour Dol
"e!, "g 1 War fcc. !tc.
of the
:" History promote the ilter':
,"-""I"t Forp1MislirL.. oil! UcJgcriUc. Gti.A Political c, and lo all tlm. t: 'ice we len.li-r our gr.U fnl aeknowledjjcn (Miti< ; I :
evspaper. fo be calle theIVTKKDBD lTCCi.e Pcnsacol.1: 26th. Keby 1828-50-if. The Casket, of Philadelphia, in Octato .
ftj LOLLVZ ) t it is Ufrlc: to : otirsrho? and o.hcrs I April, 1823.-7 -tf. i foJulius .
: the fact that need i continues to be published ingt !
rnuwcm by conrcalin we amore extended I man

."Z ,.....;. p:itrou.ivc and the mOl e prompt payment NOTICE. C OMME R CMLIIOTELve highly gratifying to its patron, and
...., :?:. by the dissemi. of all subventions.! We have been nnxioc creditable to its Editors. We have
.. support! .,
: it"1. .91.. the present Admanls- that our pa per should lie Known, and have ,i J. Baleslier & Co... THIS House, Intely occupied by Maj'r. received two numbers of the Second Vo
i" \:111 of the I t therefore.| been willing heretofore to extend I I! vs. US WRIGHT, was opened oil I fume for and -
Government ( January FeSi
General the 16th uary) the first .
trttinnofthe : Subscriber
: : i inditlgoncc to those who, with intentions really del Cotarro. February by tOe :
j
: it Its measures are os I ontains Portrait of ASDHKU''
United States, as long a to patronize u?, were not able convenicntlj to who respectfully solicits a hare ol the Patronage -! a JACKSOJT,.
WN this suit has been instituted nnrl
I 4 r. !, calculated to promote public good. comply with the condition to pay in adtauec jL case J,I of the Public. All, which the lornlities he second a Statue of WJILZAM PSXT.j :

.4 could have in-luced the EditortoKaie but it I! now time for all such t-J prove that they. an attachment issued returnable to afford, shall De studiously provided, ( :: /'Those Subscribers who have for-
% of have: not been imposing upon o'ir areomodatin tne Superior Court of Webt Florida, May i w ardedtliroughi the
lists id! us of the
consented to enter the P0.c4.k a'eiin every attention ddvotfd to the quiet and price first
,-fi: 'itical at this tun-, but| a .ul JI disposition them ;to as a mode nil of proving and it, we calljTupon the 1828. comfort of those who will favour the House volume, ure reminded that they now owe __,
1 controversy par up arrearages, At .
. t to assist mthe Adam Gordon, with a picference.An for the second. :
belief that it his moral duty $:lTnr time tIrflltR'Or: tt/inoi' case the circulation
: promulgation ol truth. of our paper ; and not to allow our subscription .dug.f4lr Pltff.Pensacola excellent Billiard Table, .attached to Among the most useful and valuable

t : Editor now coiifmP.atetl 1 L li-l tn shortened, ber.m we dnnaud payment 28th April 1828-7-tf. the establishment, occupying a separate works ot our Country is the AMEHICIX

: '. With paiiithc inundating the: for our pit I labors, and expect an asfuranc'cof building will contribute to amusementwith, F MIqIR, published by J. S. Skinner Esq.,
I
:: the flood ufpo1iticacrl'ur.and wir hesto oppose a : future support.To C"l\v anCi\\b. out interfering with the rood order and of Baltimore, weekly, at Five Dollars

't 5 tate of Georgia, he, without hope, or ex- our friends in and about the City we ,' SUBSCRIBER in- quiet of the House, and private parties can jear. Often a. tngie number of this pub
i have always t'IIdea\'offd to render our establishment THE respectfully be-
,
efeflCefbt always accommodated with lication
distinct contains
worth
a matter ,
: General to .
frie''a> ofthc his friends that he will still any hr-
that the useful, by the gratuitous: exposure | I' ;
I.f.p. M I.::'. ?' 5-nwiHbe able to give the vote of F of our exchange papers to all who felt t j draw! Deeds, Mortgages. Bill of Silo, pitting Thert room.i is the met, the full price of a year's subscrip. ,
on premises of the best
: nlO one tion. It Ins
.' u willuse Powers of a very extensive circulation ..
..' to A'r.AnAMsundhe" i inclined to peruse them, and while we areaware Attorney, and other Infitrn- riibles in the ,
)1'1' Georgia place, where Horses shall be but
I still wonder
!"t.( fjr means hr" can, to effect so deqiri- that by so doing we allowed them to j I I inents Writing{', in the most approved strictly attended to.JOHN we that it is not moregenerally "

rr (Ill event. Yet, white he shall faitn- antiripJte vhat 'vas to appear in our colf'! on the usual terms; and solicits a subscribed for by all, and more
: 'e' an defend the character: have continuance GARNIEtt.TEHMS paiticuUily by the numerous class for
: n in us, we confess we been astonishedand ot their Orders. ,

: i':' ll r CUIdUCt andjeareu.J(while: right) of the Member, I provoked \\ hen remarks to our disadvantage ,\t.. Hasell Hunt. whose use it is especially intended, and to ,.

tz .t :tnrl A.nnistration of the Government L have been reported to us, as coming Eoard per Month, $ 25 whom its files paesent a fund ofinIu1.

..r .r, ofthe United States, and the State. of i from those who, without patronizing- Pensacola, 26thi March 1828. Day Boaiders, 20 ble information.
'
I; (If the' and illustrate the pretensions of I in any way,have taken advantage of the iueof NOTICE.TETTERS Dinner 75 There are many othe periodicals of

;:sP a& :.,.:' h I ("' orgit, j4St0 the Pie9likncv, I he WI'it 11 I our papers. We trust however, that I the Breakfast or Supper 37 equal merit with the above mentioned ::5 .
% Administration
o. of on
;' !.'.!,.l1I: :Ioiuc Q slJnder u' th J..u.Jt.c00: r his the number of these impolite gentlemen, i$ Catharine Wilson, late of Horses pr dRY 1 23 some which we have heretofore noticed

.:..,,, .. teitet attempt t\) tcl.pse Ins merit or I but small and that a large majority oftllose the pti- month 20 and may take some future occasion more
t County Escambia, deceased, having
: : ., friends, 0T i who find our paper uninteresting, ; P Pensacola 20th particularly to mention. It will
:.. .. I been the February 1828.-45 tf. always _.
granted to the undersigned, by v-
1tjC! honor. calculates from the reason just mentioned, will consi- give us pleasure to receive and
"t 't. conrdentlv j jQt.r forward ,
:. While the 1',(litor der that it is to make it interesting Hon. the Courrfy Court for the County ot
lid our duty
..'f' :f',, ,; thi andcpenlent, tile < WEST FLORIDA.A subscriptions: to either ot them, 8:1'e 2
\ the ,"ut>Port of ; 'tuin, l to our friends ill'thE" country, who have Escamhia ; all persons having demands he ,, /
on jiiistra Uie
requested.
'
the : may Among i are, theAnEaicat
.!. .1.j '"'" '._t A1..VMS. and 'Jzu. not the same advantages from our esta- against the estate of said deceased are ViEtr OF WEST FLORIDA \\ *
flf R
"';', .. f FIRMER, Baltimore '* '
.! ... : tll..t many mapatronize' l blisiimmt themselves.,. called: to thcfn \vithout delay ; Weekly "
:! tVflk i as are anxious upon present IBn.\CING its 7
... he ascerlallllUg Geography, Topo- five doHate.
l E ,
.
tI. ,'if.j w .
('It with a to accommodate and to please all far and those indebted, are requested I :t:
:I ;; '.4: UL1' ItLL subletwillbe now II as } : truth on the -P-ant i in our power ; and in return we f'XIH'ctI : to make payment immediately: to treating ot its i
Land
:. the Antiquities, Titles Gazelle. Weekly, four dollars.THE .
; .. I ::
: tJ t 0 I. t all residents
1 of the and
ptrr.iancnt City John r Jhin.I
and
CII\'IUl"r\ Canals-
: Und 5nt, ..
: \
; divided I 'I REL,
4: t--j Literary Gazette, Philalelphia
.. rE 0'.IV" lltu.sC1t its \icinity, who partake of our courfcsirs, Administrator.P .. TCkJBTHER d '
.f bv ;: I WITH ; Seini-Monthly one dollar.
will not neglect to contribute the
!: J; .'.:: Four.Foreirhl])epartmenti.Intelligence :i of our Paper to :!suppoi I "n!' acola, 11th March .ISJiJ-5J-8t. A Map of West Florida, CASKET or Flowers of Literature in'e .- .

'I jSl"i I ._1)flflCStC nteUgcflCC-.a summary I! Pens.acolaJarch. Mth, 182S.NOTICE LAND A.GENCY.rrn.B Exhibiting a Chart ofthe Coast, a Plan of ;and Sentiment, Philadelphia ; Monthly, ..*'.,
: U 1II1crestmg thc s : the t two dollars and an half. ,'
OWl1ts, j I -
t .;;;U. T1ut\Cf' ofp ;inK subscribers have of- ALBUM, und Ladies' .
: UeaJt"r. i opened an City of Tensaeola Weekly Gazette .:r,.4;',
4( ;t. :f' A'TIer1ca 11 Subjects ofon for the purchase and # )le off Philadelphia, g2J 'i
ofP.ollhca\ :}
.; ;J jyi.i III liscthsiOfl 't 1 ate(1 the ri 1zt3.rrmin j I ". I 1I1 Undersigned is authori/cd by Lands, at St. Augustine, in the house for- and the Entrance of Pensacola Harbour. THE SOUVKXIB, Philadelphia, Weekly, /

iFi': jr Dreent il1t rf5t.-pr indlvlclnnl States of the J: Jl the legii representative of Dna. El- merly occupied by Col.) Perrault, at the y JOHN LEI WILLIAMS. three dollars ..i"

1: :: .. .. nnd oflhe ;'Iletawiclow: of ln Ant'o Miruya,formerly Just received, far sale by 'MASONIC .
MIRROR
.
discus south and .
..... *. Iii sc2i I west corner of the public square, 'Jl C'ha.nic', Jn'elligencer {
!::;. :i (;p.ner 1 COTfeleraiOt flllcllles t'pubhciJIIsm.I estate of this city, and executrix of the where person desirous to accomplish either W. Haseli Hunt. Boston ; Weekly, two dollars. :;ti

;.3r. .::1' SoflS' the true l> ed-hut tfle pultica I IJ of said Miraya, dsceased, to offer purchase or sales of real estate, arc Pensacola 8th Jan. 1828. HALCTOX and Maonic Jirposiiory, Netv
olltra for safe ,
h'
: !'I shl: not immol:11 jffrsun shall f fo requested to leave their commands. Orleans'eekly, five dollars. '- '_
:
i. <1n trine 0tt1i", and exact iustice to I One lot am! house thereon, No. 281, A long residence in the Territory ofFlorida S"UG. R BOILERS.THE )Irs. Colvin't M SSENOKR: Washington, r .;
t ' ji e )l1ow( uailun:: City. bs enabled thesubscribers to D. C. ; WeeHl, four dollars '. :
.
:1; Ml ,of whatsc\'c; state or p..r One tract cont.1iuing 22 eahaleria! subscriber has for sale, a few pair NATIONAL PR ,
? .m.en become intimately acquainted with nearly &C11It, New-York; )Ion hIy. .(
political o land situated betwixt ar Boilers, as a sample from the
and
.9. r, 1jf"IOU'4 or bayou 'IVxar: l all the individual claims to lan-1 in Ihi.\ \ ,one dollar. '
; K articles, literary, lie! of Pen tch. The I manufactory, and can supply
-Miscellaneous hay : nature of the any quantity .
j LIBERAL
) district, as well as to their titles) locations., HnzARiiKn, Boston, Mas &
ju.\.. moral, "' !ground is said to he of th.e best kind for j I i qualities! and relative value Ant: the increasing to order. F. JL NISBET. Keene, X. II. ; Monthly, SI. 'I'
CONDITIONS Pe.nsacol2.flec 182738tf.
inmnfacturinir :
briris and the : -
t: proximity ( applications made, for information Madeira' Wines
THE' OLIVE RHAKCH' will DC niibltiTirdtvcrv an well us easy means of conveyance fl Cordials 8. c. '\ :
of United
.j : > vm every pert the States,
I full sheet medium must make the valuable.W. F. H. NISBET ) CEIVED Schr.
'
property Orieans
Satnrday.on a very per trom 4
.;ti1 ":" more especially, inspecting sugar estates' f
.. ; ... paoer, with a fair type. Hasell 11 unt. has induced them to belietc, that an establishment BEGS:: leave to inform his Friends and & Philadelphia, .

'i. ., ,,:!: I Price to Subscribers will be Three: Pensarola, M.rch 20t li,I S2S.-2.-tf.vira : of this kind, could be rendered Customer, that he has recommenced 10 cases superior Old London ParticuJar'f

?(-' .1 Do1af'per niuun in advance, or at the useful to the public. business at his Old Stand, Madeira me. ,;-1,

"p.r' \+... time of th<" publication of the' first number THEo All orders directed to them, for copies where he has for sale a very guod assortment 10 Old Port Wine. ,.. ":;.

.I .. 1 Four Dollars,if pay meat IB delayed of well ofFresh 10 Cherry Brandy, Superior. :
.'4 S : .. -'jr Vft1.\kc's !\1tttVL'Lfl.ORttieacq'iisition surveys: maps or plans, as as other .:
; '*
.A .;.. six mont h.of ?. information, on the above subject, will be Seasonable Goods 20 Cordials, first quality assorted In ..:
8f .
rf..rt... post Masters, or otter gentlemen to: of AOltlCULTU- furnished without delay. Letters, po& the cases 1 doz. each. '
::: F .
": .......:..:....."..t.,. Ti-hnm one of these proposals may come. RAL. LIIKUAHV: and MISCELLANEOUS paid, directed to the, Lund dgcncy, St. Received r>y the latest Arrivals from New 10 '. Wine Hitters. ,.," .:

':: will please to solicit patronage
:. "fr. ; shall be entitled to one paper gratis, "Knowl i j..power,"- .ICnJl. .IOIIN LEE WILLIAMS: 3,3! and 4 Point Blankets 3 Barrels Cherry Bounce. _
.: '., six names responsible: subscriber WILLt.VM II. 7-4 and 8-4 Striped Ifcifficld Blankets 6 Half Bbls. Anniseed
SIMMONS
,
,;$-.l l'1t1 -. every THE FARMER'S: MAHA/JNE: is designed Peppermint :'
; ; hS .. the may procure. \ to contain information drawn: from I FRANCIS J. FATIO. 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney dv :and: Cinnamon Cordials ....J
;; 3 -
:, ( :j*Editors in the Southern States "I I AUTHENTIC SOURCES relative to thcimprovement Dec. 27th, 1827..-44-tf bales White & Drab Flushings For Sale by .. .t
the above a Blue and black
confer favor by inserting imperial cloth blue
And ;
: few times in the'ir resoective papers- I able Farms, sources management of Manure of, rcmtrk-number References Col. Jos.;M. White, e4 und mixt cassimeres sati nett,' assort F. H. "J.,.-T.IS b e"I. 7
May 9th M. SMITH. I and kind of Stock, farming utensils, laborers from Florida ; super super and common fancy Pensacola, Dec. 20. 1827. ,- \
Delegate .
prints; 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens Irish :'i.
da-ries &c. ; .
i J. 31rn J ., :tESTS, ;; drawings AGUCUI.TUIALBIPJlOVE and descriptions .. Mr. Henry S. Tanner, Philadelphia, 1 lawns: ; dimities; super 6-4 fancy ginghams DISSOLUTION.THE ?-')
New
__ .. Ioctorlirush, York, white '.
_ red and d't'
; yellow, flannels
I F.INTG desirous of getting his business of UEFULNVE:: TIONS ;; Bernard E. Bee, Charleston, black green partnership of FrxtAT & Ru'tu- ,;.
B critical notices and reviews of such ; and colored bombazetts. in of tne deathot -j
> as much cloned as po&siblcprevlouc! ; publications Mr. James Williams, Baltimore. bombazetts consequence ;
r AS tend to the interests printed and Salisbury flannels Mr. James Ilushton, is dissolved all
to hi* leaving this place for the North, requests may o ; persons /
the I Husbandman! in ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton balls; haviug claims against the late >
all persons indebted to him on i ; improvements he MASONIC= MlltllOlt.TH" beavertecns firm .-.,
- :, breed of DOMESTIC: ANnl \LS linen cambrics: ; cambric will present them to the subscriber for .
book ( those of longstanding accounts } ,
particularly ;
.aecount.\ publication of tile Masonic h dkf ,
.Mirror,
; Baroge hdkfs black Italian settlement.
of such FOREIGN and'DOUES ; crape and l those
indebted
) to come forward and t'tt1eth be persons :.
:
same. ThCe baying& claims will presentthem TIC trees, shru'' vines, plants seed's and]I gtfspendcdfrom this dale. flounced robes ; gingham do, spider nets, will come forward and make payment, ..
j TIE YA'i> I threads
r for adjustment.Pensacola grains, as are considered necessary or use IABAN'1'H,: patent Russia diapers, plain and as no indulgence can lie given.J.U1KS .. :
[
1st May 1825. Iii for subsistence, comfort or ornament, I as! a Masonic work, will take the place of I fit i : red hook muslins, Madras and nritt ; FISLAY.Pensacola t;
the Mirror-will be devoted tia hdkfs., comp'y flags, figured
with INFORMATION relative to their exclusivelyto crape 20th. Nov 1827.-36-tf <] .'
MAIL ARRANGEMENT. treatmentgrowthrequisite kinds of sVl>:1, Masonry and will appear on the 15th resses ; white, brown and mixed CottonaltS .

&c. ; and in short whatever may: tend to of this month ; and sufficiently encouraged h hose ; white and mixed worsted ana f H tUESnbscribcrhasjiist received p-r

t: .; FLOKIDA M.UL. increase the produce of the soil, and advance it will appear or about the 15th lamb's wool do ; fine linen hose ladies JL Elizabeth, }.or Jth. fi-om NcWOrleam

: i Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock, A. M.1 the RURAL} ECONOMY" of the of every succeeding month. The original white and black cotton do., lead, slate, I a very large assortment of Groce

Departs same day at 2 o'clock, P. M.BLAKELEY country. design of the work will be so far amended and black worsted do. plain and camblct ries. lie oHers in addition to his former .

as to embrace Original Masonic cloaks, furniture check, stock. :. '
MAIL, Insertion will always be given to such I Essnys! ; bed-ticking, superfine :

Including Mobile and the Stales of Louisiana REPORTS, addrt'8sesar1rl papers, as Poetry ; and General Intelligence, relative cotton vhirting, oil cloths, black Champaigne Wine, in Caskets: of I
and lls ssippi. be communicated for publication, by mal the to the Institution. The price will bomOazineS) fancy belt ribbons, black and each, warranted superior! ",

i Due every Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, M. several I AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES be 2 per annum, in advance ; and it is white satip and mantua do.,- -Irish shirt do. Brandy of Ib2f. ,.

i Departs every Friday at 12 o'clock, M.1 ofthig nnd other States. expected that every person who sub mg.8-4 damask, brown linenssuper black Zante Currants ,..

; ; :. ALL OTHER MAILS. A LAND REGISTER, will contain, as scribes for it, will remit the amount on the and white, plaid and striped, Uaptiite; PonchongTea

: Due every Sunday at 4 o'clock, P. M. far as practicable, a list of farms, which reception of the second number after printed shawls and hdkfs ; printed Water Prunes very fresh :>

?1 : Depart every Tuesday and Saturday, at are now, or may hereafter beKOR SALE; subscribing, or the third will not be: 1l 1 loo shawlsf incy silk dresses, nuns thread, Raisins ? .

:: 8 o'clock, A. M. account of their size, situation, quality: forwarded. l linen gloves, linen tapes, Russia shirtings, Almonds ,. ", ::

: JCT": Letters which are not deposited ip i- and such other particulars may > Subscribers to the Mirror, who wish the mill'4 drab cloth; blue, & red slroud, &.c. MetI0c Claret of 1820:: :1 it

half hour before the I deemed useful. Amaranth, are requested to give an early ALSO, Tuscaloosa Rye Whiskey :;-?'

one regulartimp j Space will be afforded for the SOLIDand j notice to that efftct. 4 cases saddlery, assorted (ioshen Butter ". 1

i appointed! for the departure of Sterling BEAUTIES of LITEUA- Agents for the Mirror are respectfully 9 cases Brewsier'd hats assorted quali- do. Cheese : .

the Mail, will be detained until the ( TURE, the useful arts and Science, Nat- requested to use their influence in giving ties Beef in i bbls. for family tT e. .

HsRi1to&Si next Mail ; unless it s6its the convenience ural History and Philosophy, Biography, circulation to this work. AJI who procure 5 trunks fine ready made clothiag With, an additional supply of Dry flfltxUj

of the Post Master to mail Voyages and Travels, state ofthe markets 1 subscribers and will become lee 12 trunks ladys' .anti genlLemens' boots Hard ware, Glass ware & Queen's ware ;

them in the principal Seaports, &c. &.c. sponsible for them will be entitled to a and shoes S)old Lo\v for C'uA.
sooner.
seventh copy. Children and boy shoes brogans &c.
TJ3UMS. ; ;J.
|C7" On Sunday the Post Office To those who have paid in advance for Soal leather, calfskins, shoe thread Pescay. .i'ensaco'ls

'J&r xrlll be kept open for one hour after THE FAUMERS MAGAZINE will be the present volume of the Mirror, the 25 keg* Virginia Tobacco _- -. Jan. llth, 1823.TOWiV .

tho arrival and assorting ofthe Mail I.;| i published SEMI-MONTHLY ; the priccii tmaranth will be forwarded 10 the full 5 boxe superior cavendish do. --
three dollars, payable: eitheratthe timeof unless OP 1\'ZAGNOZA.
amount otherwise
ordered
and letters will not be delivered out> subscribing:: rr on receipt of the first I: Mirrorbe resumed. or the Hardware, Is c. I LOTS' In the new Town of Mugnol 4.

of tho-ofiicr at any other time on that number. That FORM anti SIZE has been OC/'VYe::: wouldigfc'm solicit the attentionof Pen; pocket, sportsmen and dek offered for sale. This place kLlateI \

) adopted which is deemed most conve.nient Agent to tiie. immediate adjustmentof knives ; knives and forks, carvers, waiters I 8 miles' from Fort St. Marks! ou \

..1. day.'V.. Haaeli Hunt. for hinting! while the quality of the the accounts committed to their care and trays ; Henning's bist neodles, snuf the !bt. Marks' ri'crind lo from Tallaha- 9

paper, beauty of the type, ( lIiy 7lev J and those subscriber who have little or; f ers and.. trays, plated spurs, spectacles s ee. The river can be navigated to the ?"]

, POST OFFICE, Post Master. I and the general execution of the work,. no communication with Agents are carpenter tool, shoemaker's and cur- Town[ by vessels drawinif 8 feet wafer.
requested -
Pcnsacola, 1st April 1828.-3-3t. I will be such, as 'it is hoped will reflect to remit the amount of their bills rier**do., stock locks! padlocks, shovels The situation is high, dry and !healthy *;

: .A.-- credit on the L'uWishers, and GIA'l'U'YI by mail. Agent -ftfC authorized to remit and tongs, kettles, sauce pans, cotton t has t\vo Sulphur Springs'in the vicinity.

ITS PATRONS. in the same manner. c; ard&c.&c.; one of which is only 200 yards from the

: T.&LLOWf1JEESWLr Editors giving the above a few inset Those who hare received their biW Pehsacola, Dec. 7th, 1827-38-if. Public Square. They' are said to pagrfcat '.i'

: .eIE tions will oe entitled to a of the will medical :
above articles copy add 60 cent (a the amount, for the qualities.
by work. Address L. Z. RtctunW* & Co. present )'e r'l papers, and remit without B.lmTI1\TG. For further information i of Terms &c.

Julius Pescay. Agents for the proprietors. unnecessary delay.. This will save much: Executed with neatness and despatch pply, to J. G. and N. Hamlen. St. Mark 1

rtMtco1a, 1th_Dec. 1827-38-tf Philadelphia, March 1, 1828\ troable. Boston, ApriU i >>-. 4f this Jits. or to .Augustus Steele, '1'ahlabM1ee.:

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