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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: June 10, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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V. fPnnrtp.X mAomm.) PENS ALOLt, TUESDAY, JUNK' lOlll, 1828. (0lxntoall parties in8uencedbvnoue.) o. 13. :';

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PUBLISHED: WXCKLT.: tuY1flTiL | For refunding lo the State of Nortw Charles Grant, Me>nbcrofHia said of their disqualification to be tnl"ie tin in the two Houses. Cut it i&

de. -\DIIT.. Carolina the amount expended hy {t l\l Jjesty's Most Honorable Privy j the service, although their conflict hIt that: this rule will not prob" -

Pt+th. trr: o.'VAe Lain of the United Matt s' her in extinguishing the title of certain i Council, a Member of Parliament, i I may not have been such as properlyjto : as to keep "P Rn exact equality operate in the so

and of t fie Territory of Florida. Indians of the Cherokee tribe, to re-' I and Vice President o'the Committee i I subjecrthem to be court m'II tial- Otjce-s : for experience has
SUBSCRIPTION f"U g5 I servationsof land within the limits oft [Iof Privy Council forAfi irs of Trade 'ed. Also, the number of such Officers I !hal.those, % ho are appointed proved froro,
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Halt year 3 t said Slate, !granted to them in fee (I aid Foreign Planlatbns ; and Henry aud Midshipmen now known to ; the Interior, and far from the Atlantic
Quartet year 1 50 \ simple, by treaties with the United I Unwin Addington, Inquire ; he in the service ; and whether those do not continue as in ,
wI 4criptian! payable in advance. Statesin the years one tlunis md eight J Who, alter haviig communicated reported as waiting ordN*, arc on j service aj, those/ whose permanently residence and the
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ADtjERTisiKC.Every adrertjscme.ilof !: hundred and seventeen and one thou- to each other theii respective full whole or half pay ;" has now the honor 'i fririnls( are 05 the
width of one column anil measuringriot 1 I seaboard ; and,
sand eight hundred and nineteen, the I powers, found to be 'n due and the following :
more than twelve lines of this type, first : s proper to present report therefore, although as
many appoint-
insertion one dollar, each: weekly continu- (' sum of twenty-two thousand dollars. form, have agreed upon and concluded i The resolution is understood; to I mr'n.s may be made, as Officers
face ffty cents ; longer nud wider ones at I Sec. 2. Arid be it further enacted, the following articles : make four inquiries : !I :will nut rennin in the service mans from the

t.ic double game price rate.for the Rule first and insertion.figure work Advertisement -, That the: several sums hereby appro- ART. I. All the arovisicns of the 1st. "What rule his: been adopted, interior! States.

will be tastefully displayed* i I priated, be paid out of any money inc I Convention concluded between the in the selection of candidates Commissions i j The consequence, l however, will
nrrr.rdinff to the nature of than, and will the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. United States of America and His or Warrants, so as to equalize !- be, that those which furnish the most
he nieasurc.l by rnatterof this site i type.Whm j Majesty the Kug of tie United the honor and advantage of the | persevering: Officers, will have
iniertrrt at intervals (that is, not inserted eventually
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I A. STEVENSON, Kiii!rdom of Greit Britain and Ire I appointments in the Navy among the theg
number.
week, from the first to the greatest
'.tt&t insertion every ) each insertion will be charged Speaker of the House ofRepresentativev. laudo11.: the 3J of July, I8i5 and several States ; and how far the same ,It is proper to remark, that the
as a nw advertisement.-Amounts for : further continuec fur the term of ten have been equalized V1 trr!'_ate number of four hundred ag-
cdvc"rtisnip payable always on dnnnnd.i" : J. C. CALHOUN I years by the Fourth Art!tie of the 2d. "How many Officers and MidshiPmen I I taken! as the amount by which the, cal-was
; Liberal contracts will be made with Vice President r'Convention of the 20ih of October l
of the United States are now known to be in tin t.dHion,
made.
\ adverfiae the was This is
\vho Wish! to by I f
iio (ComT.unScation* sldr'.s..e.l year.Aii to \V. and Pn'Mtlent of the Senate. ;| 18-witb the cxceptioi therein service, and are waiting orders, from i iI ti I tan (the average for several greater
I I years
Approved-9h May 1S2S. I contained, as to St. Helena,ire hereby I of their disqualificationlo ; i I past,
H'\*;-.!.;. Huvr, Editor, will be promptly a Knowl 'e I but will, 1 probably: J fall! somewhat below -
toU'"rl'1. to. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. I further indefinitely, and without be trusted in the servire, although I I l the number which will be in
_-- _---'r --a service
: the said extended I I
md been such
exception, continued : their conduct not have
hereafter.
Laws the United Sta tr [PUBLIC-No. 27.] f nny I II The remainder, how- .
of $ ill f'jre, from the date of tin thoai to be
as to subject eve' it is
.. An act to aiit'iorise a Rail Road within: the properly r, thought just not to subject
n-i.- .i unFoiiTfy'fet District of Columbia. expiration of the said ten rt ars, in I I I court martialled 1" I I to ,the rule of geographical! appointment
Re. it exacted by the Seriate and the same manner as if all tilt provisions I 3d. What additional I laws or re- but to leave for general distri..

S House of Rtprecnta.tives! nf tie United of the said Convention ofhe Sd .I'i' Ctttntiony nrc, in the iudgment! of tlH' button, with a view to meet and
hllU a"H > >affy_ Stain of America, in Con b'ress of July, 1815>>, were hcreinspt.cificiil-I: O c-partrnfH1t. wal'.I. In pnaule the tmd claims strong
; i.uo.l:1! cases.' aisinn! front
ly recited. rid of s uch V Anuj -mTC-
asstmLlcdi That theassent of Con- country to get I I -- T
.rs gress to the constructing a Rail Road, ART.2. It shall be com tcnt, 4th. 11 bother those: reported ,as I Iwaiting I I I caseseye, 'ry one. must be aware, will

M l.y a Company Incorporated hy the however, to either. of the contacting orders are on whole or halfpavT' I.j I sometimes, occur, and it would be an
unwise which would forbid
Y Legishturc of Maryland from Balti- parties, in case either should thhk fit, I dispensation -
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q1i I more to tile City of Washington be at any time after the rxpirationDf the I Previous to the 3d J;1ntJtr18Z- !I the Executive to gratify them.I .

.., : and the same is hereby given; to the j said ton years-that i is, after the 20th I there were not si\tisfrtl'lory doumu'in- I i is also proper lo state, that regard -

t [PUBLIC:\o. 26.] extent that Congress has j-lrisdir.tiul1i of October, 1828-on! givin i* die notice to show to which State the srveralNavy has not been had to Congression-
Officers At that date i, HI VistrictN, so as :o give one to each.
of
twelve months to the other belonged. ,
An art ITU in nc: .piih'i'>im for tap: InLiiartiiunt i of the soil over which it may Pass; ; '
dlan: t.lr the year one thousand I! conceding to said Company to exact contracting party, to annul and abrogate a circular letter was addressed teach i T-iis! was formerly impracticable, becanst -
eight hundred+ and furnty-eight. this Convention and it stall in him to inform they Ie- ; ; the Department has not been
such tolls, and to enjoy such benefitsand ; requiring I
lie it evaded bit the Senate and inturmed tram what district
privileges: as the act of : such case, be accordingly entirely- ; pRrtrr.piu in what :Stale: : he was born ; appoint-
incoiporatioh -
House of! llfpre, of-t; l'rs of the Un i- of the State of Man land rivo3 nulled! and abrogated, after the expi- \ from which appointed I ; and 6\ which! i I nienr were made ; nor is it the case

Ltd lates of' America, in Congress to said; Corporation within; the fimih ration of the said term of notice. :JH citizen. Similar letters are sent? :I' in ,-ny cue of twenty applications now
assembled, That the following sums ART. The Convention I :Hnt the an- r.adethat the residence of the applicants
of the State of Maryland ; Provided, 3. present j with new appointments ;
be. and the, same are hereby, appropriated in the location of the Road it shall shall be ratified; and the ratificationsshall t savers received 1, are the guides in p' c- i' as to Congressional Districts; is

to u-it : not be lawful for said Company to be exchanged in nine nwrilhs, or !! paring the annual Registers in which I stated Besides, these divisions of
For pay of the Superintcndant of stu'ed. To : Territory are al bhtary and changing;
if possible. circumstances are
of the reserved sootier, those; I
through I
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Indian; Affairs at St. Louis and the pass any p and the individual l selected be in
t I or of the City In witness whereof, the rr"ppctive these Rp jiistcrs, reference is made for .I may
'several Indian Agents, authorized without squares the open consent spaces of Congress.Approved I nipotL'ntiark'S h.ivti, signed i taut ,' the number of Officers. in the several l lI Ii one I district this year, and in another,

)v law, thirty-one thousand dollars. -9tli May, 1828. same, and huvealiixed Thereto the I Stares and Territories;) when: they 1 the next. All, therefore, that has .
For the pay of ub-Agt>nisi as es- i seals of their arms were printer, The last ,Register, boon desired, is, to know the State,
";blishcd by law, fifteen thousand one [PUBLIC-No. 28.] Done at Lomson, the sixth day of!1 wlrch: was sent to Congress a! the. and tlu- general portion or division. of

hundred dollars. An with act regulating the Islands rorumeic'nl of intercourse i August, in the year cf our Lord ', commencement of tHe! year, contains |the SMIC from which the appointment;
4 For presents to Indians, as authorized } ,I Guadaloupe. Martinique cud one thousand eight hundred and an ar.sv/er to ?o much of tho first iuqiiiv I I is made. ; and it is believed, that this.

; by act of one thousand eight i Be it enacted by the Senate an1Ift I I tueniy-spven. :r us rela t-s to the equality be- i ii i the true rule, both as matter of just -
hunJied and two, fifteen rhousi: >u c of Rfprcap totiveo \f,\c United I .-.. "v-,.. r.* .. _!.. .1...... :? 'h, ? "l..,.....,rI no/j ;ro and noliry that any other would
dollars.! j' the '| i11rOJ3hlimit;! the Executive discre1 j -
Xtaits of America, in Congress ClIAKLKS G R \:-1'. I a nltoinhtteuts.advantage'of -
For houses for sub-agents interpreters assembled, That all French Vessels, | HE.VRY: UfJwi.s ADDINGTON I j Thorc i is alp } aldcd to ti!>>i is report, a I tion, and prevent the si-lection: of the

and blacksmiths, at Peoria coming directly from the I Islands of And whereas the said Conventionhas l j paper, marked A, which t>lnbts, at ; I best materials for the service--a service -

and loway sub-E;'ncies ; expenses I Martinique and Guadeloupe, and h- been duly ratified on both parts, : one view, the: number of commisriop1 I which canto: always be well performed -
cf emigrating Indians; claims of Del- I in each I by some', who might satisfac-
; den with articles, tin; growth or manufacture ( and the respective ratifications of the ed Officers Midshipmen I I
wares, for horses taken whiter of either of said Islands, and J I same were exchanged at London, on '| State. It shows tint the Officcis of j' forily serve t-ie public on the land.

men ; holdin councils! for settlement I which are permitted to be exported tie! second day of April{ one thousand ;: hirrh rank belong, niinr.ip.illy, to the i It i is true, lInt: in some portions of

of differences among Indian tribes II therefrom in American Vessels, maybe :iht i : hundred and tweuty-eisht: byWKIIIII Athrrtic! Slates: Massachuseitsjlhorie: iI t the several States, there are many
&.r. within the superintendancy of admitted into the Ports of the United i :! Beach Lawren-e, Charge: Islr.ud. C4)nnecticntVatk, Now: I more Naval Officers, than there are in .

General Clark, as estimated for by States on payment of no higher : d'AH-iires of the United St.ites of A- ;' .J(\:rsQy,Penusylvama: ,- Deb wal e, Mryluid -:- other portions. This has arisen from

him, fourteen thousand three hundred duties on tonnage, or on their carrgoes nierica ;+t the Court of His Britannic t I }: Virginia ;.n.l Sn'nh Carolina! ; vario-13 causes ; from t he want of candidates

and twenty-four dollars : as aforesajd i than lare imposed on Majesty; and the Right Ilonora- I which is to be accounted for by iwofacts. t I l in some ; there being districts
For additional expense arising out I. American Vessels, and on like cargoes life! Ch.irles Grant and Hairy Unwin 1 st. I'Ia3tsev 'nl of the States fn m which, it i is believed, no application -

of the recently extended intercourse imported in American Vessels: Provided I Addimjton: : Enquire, on the part of now in the Union, had not a separate has ever been made ; from the
with the Indians within the Michigan that if the President of the I their: respective Governments. existence when these appointments I character cf the rand i idate-for a person -

Territory, and the ('st uli hmcr.t of anew United States shall, at any time receive t TVJ\, therefore, be 5 it known tint I, worn made ; and, 2d. That there I of los*, would no t be preferred to

sub-agency therein, for the Chip- i!I satisfactory information lh.it the John QnncyAdarmPiesiieut: of fir;;. 1! were, at that period, very few, and, in i I another of morcpromi i se, merely, because -

pewas, hiiili up Lake Superior, at L-i I I privileges allowed to American Vessels I United States of America, have caus- :u some instances, no, applications from j II ho cam from a particular d s-

Point, or Michael's Island, as recommended !l and their cargoes at said IsTmds: I j t he said Convention to be made public I.' several of the States. An equality inOfficers tric' ; and, also, among other causes,
by Governor Cass, five thou- : of those ranks the probahly from proximity to the seat
by the French ordinance of February'fifth i to the end tint the san1aud every I among t
and dollars : one thousand eight hundred and I. clause an-l l jrticic.: thereof, may be States now ccm'posiug the Union, of Government, l by which' the citizens -
For additional expense at the Rcd ( faith therefore impracticable. Such: were induced to apply, when
twenty-six, have been revoked, or anI j observed an i f..li j t with good was "
River Agency, on account of the removal nulled, he is hereby authorized, by i by the United States and the citizens equality can exist orfly in the lowe:>: t others did not. .
of the Quipatvs, and attachingthem Proclamation, to suspend the opera thereof.In grad e-that Midshipmen. n. 11 would' The adjoining'C9ngrcssion i distract -

to that ag ncy, agreeably to the tion of this act, and withhold all privileges whereof I have hereunto neither be just nor expedient: now to t I I composed of Anne Arundel- and
late with them thousand .. of offi. f Prince: ( Counties is an example -
number ,
whole
treaty one it in the je9rges
allowed under it. stt my hand, and! caused tbesSal of create t
three hundred dollars !from of this there are f o11.that
: m-ikingall appointments ; ,
.tpprond-9th May,1882S. the United States to be affixed. sets, by i I
For expenses attending r Indian A- ---. Done at the City Washington, States in which there is a deficiency: I District, not less than twenty ftfficers

penc.y, established under the late treaty By the President of the Lilted; this 1 fifteenth day of May!; in the until 1 each shall Inv a> many as it.- t of the Navy and &.urine Corps.when! ,
with the Creek naio, and an act States of America., year of our Lord one"thousand relative present population! would l Jt- by its population, it is: not entitled to
of: Congress of twentieth May, one maud. more than three or four. This great
hundred and
eight: twenty-eight,
f'.ousand: eight hundred am? twentyf I A PROCLAMATION. and of the ItiuVpendesce of the U- Such a' course would reward llo-*- I: inequality, it will be the business of
f'< four thousand five hundred dot- WHEREAS, a Convention between niltd States the fifty-second. who did not seek the service itr i tmtc.: ;: Department to correct.
.< irs : t the United StatC3 of America when the Navy was a less popular! I e- :; Th" avera gp appointments, for the
For aiding the emigration: of the I and His Majesty the King of the United John Quincy Adams sort for our cili/ens: than it is at tlic ,I !last four'' years, have been a little more

Creek Indian: providing: for them Kingdom of Great Britain and : B\" the President : dav.Svou rllwhen those nil'" ap'J1[ lt- : fir: n sixty ; which would! allow one

for the period of twelve months alter Ireland, was concluded and signed by I. II. Clay: : ed have risen to the highest trr.nl"! 'to ea.'h Congressional 1 District, about

their emigration: and for rendering their Plenipotentiaries at London oi ec'NHV_ r of S'atf. .. r create the same inequality iu tli.rrfa'or : e\'erv four years, or. to each State, at
them such assistance.as. the Presidentof the sizh Gay of August, one thousand -L. I| ",-I.h now exists against- them; niaiij/: in four ye,-.:>, ns. it has Repre-

the United Suites may: think proper I t cHit. hundred k twenty-seven, which --Congressional.-,...- Uocument--, an'iuoqHal'ty which neither policy! nor t j ccnrativrs. In Viigmii, for example
in their agricultural I opuration*, j Convention is, word for word, as foli Prom the Naliunal luittligcncer.- justice requires should bo mad' I! : twenty' f:ur iu four years, or six in

for the purpose of carrying i into effect i lows Officers of the JTticy.T ? has not utipn the desire,. there f.tn', i'j,, |t catchy,- ir,
the provisions of tlr/esisiins I treaty \i Renewal of Ccmmercicl Convention. NA DEPARTMENT: ) render the States equal m the uholr, It I Moro than tins proportion lias been

with the Creek nation ,,f Indians, j The United States of America, March 12th, 1828. f number of 0 l1icer'hut i'n Midshipmen i i: given, and will continue .to be given,

having relation: to tlie: aforesaid objtcts t a and His Majesty the King of the U- Sun : The Secretary ut"the Navyhaving ouly ; arid the rule adopted has been, 'I I Ii'to the States which have less than
fifty thou',, 'md dollars t I I their share unil; they are brought to
Wiled in ,
: I Kingdom of Great Ctitain and had the honor to receive lUt to make the appointments proportion
And 1 tine sum of nfiy tlioasand dol- I:I Ireland, being desirous of continuing resolution of the Rouse of Representatives to the representation of the States i the same condition as the re*=t.

lars be, and thc same is hereby a- ; :t] force the e i :nil1g commercial regulations of the fS'ih February, ISifS, inthetwo Houses ofCongress. Thi sl! From the pn-ceding statemem, its
j-roprhted, to enable the President of'| between tin* two countries, directing him 4to inform the Houst ruIH has been adhered to as closely a ; : appears, th:.t the' rule of the Depart-

the United Mates to carry into effect which are, contained in the Convcu- what rule, if any, has been adopted i ir circumstances would p rmit. By pa-. njent is j designed to equalize, as speed-: f
the
articles! of npvcmenl and cession, I> tion concluded between then on the his Department for the selection o nf riper j H'llich is annexed, it wi i il appear .. i ily as circumstances will permit, the
rnierrd into on the t Went r.-t'Hlrth of' of the effort has been successful I number; of Midshipmen in the seven
,3d July, 1815, and further renewed the very numerous list of candidate::g how far I
April and one thousand eijiht i humlred I by the Fourth Article of the Convention for Commissions and Warrants, sudas h ; and which States have lIun'lS States, and then to make appoinuioiits :-

and tle tvro, between the United Siatf? of the 20th October, IS 18, he service of these United State:: and which haVe less, than their pro. : fiom them, in proportit to .

of State of Georgia, which sum ', have, for that purpose, named ry'respective may require from time0 time ; portion. I j their Ri'pvespntation in Congress,
money, or so the number whichi
much thereof will i without regard to
*e as nia Plenipotentiaries, that:: is showing, specifically, how far the honor Several appointments necessarilv
tl.t.necessary d.rraion, shall be apulied' under, Itu j I :\.Y : and advantage likely to resul t I .. be made in a few weeks, whicl may remain in the service.
: of the President of the The President of the United I the and leavt> I In answer to the second inquiry, its
: Slates inequality
1 lHt-.l! ij 1t'I therefrom, Ihs: been or is equalize*- 'will 1 lessen .
i Mates TO ihe cxtiuguishmcni I of America I five of the State I is re.. ctfully suggested, that the dist -
". she chniis [ | Albert Gallatin, their 'aniMng' tho citizens: of each and all tin e : not more, ', ;han four or : Pe
t :> dl me of the Cherokee Indians. ,Envoy! Extraordinary and linier States ; also, what additional laws o r deficient in their number. III a shor I i qualification Officers to perform ia'tv .
hnds
'., tLrI I which. they occup"hsu \' f-Plenipotentiary to His Britanic Majcsiy. regulations are, in the judgment o f'j lime, entire equality will be created ., Play arise, from sickness, from
limits
of the slid State :. 'I which unless different rub ei want of capacity cud experience, ;n'i
I ttr Cut ,., the Dep-riitntt-nt wanted, to enabl J t' | after a
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.r gr.tt acies of Indian' Do-. And Ills I from bad h ,bils. Several are noon
au
the of the established Legislative
:'anrnc-nt Majesty King ,the country to get rid of such as hay c shall be by
most
.r;. : I'-fi 'e thousand del],-j i United Kingdom Great Britain been received into the service, an d 'i.thority, appointments will be made ii a 11 j I' iH.-iveof absence, from the fir.it catic',

| a!.ii Ireland, the Right Honorable are riiiting ordun, flow a knowledg e j exact pioportion to the reprcfteutatici j aid: in such a service, ttivic must: b*

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} fourth inquiry: it i is, This ?uLjrct, and the rcnsoning upon five cent?: per pound is not to take (fleetti.vtil IA

'f r :\ I r It is 1 liown to Congress' that many In _rei.lv) .: to the it, have been heretofore presented to the JJOlh day oi-June, 18'29 ; nt the.expj. 'r
I been imlJ-e and are obscrvooYihat, till officers on tempora ration of one veer after which, an additional i.
,
j have be *
bS \ j regulations) duty or Congress, and need not now repealed. article a
; far (leave of absence from duty on that is to take effect, *j
have I i r now in operation, to 1 prevent, as as I the cents
Jailing reganM as COIllillgwirhin.tbtt I rate of ten each rear, until the
i? possible incompetent and unfit per- orders, are which is whoto shall amount
and in the law, All respeetfullysubmitted.5A11' duty fifty cents pit
"" tent I \ sons'from Entering the l service, or torexpelling description! service L L. SO UTIL\.H D. pound.-Idem May 17.
actual j
l r them after they shall! have under orders for lur- The Speaker of the The Bostonians! seem to hold their editor
Those
entered it. and receivelough full) pay cm I in deserved fa"or.Ir.; Hale, editor of the
house of
I receive haff! thfir monthly pay. Represenratives. Ba?ton Drtily Advetti"er, is a member of '
t r/ i 'I who are not within 14 and _20 years otage ,( A ) tor of the Ccntinel, Mr. David L. Ciiiliti

best and! in whose favor here is not of the Journal, Mr. Joseph T. Buckingham
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time. i ) I satisfactory evidence of a sound constitution T4, : GLE s&otctu d ,the 7.Wmbfr of.Gontlnt. erlrhandMute'jjrlrrnllt,0 cersof the of the Courier and Mr. Edmund Weigh,

correct habits, and good Lnplish Unit d'blot P.;' lVUt'Y, llpl'oillfttl J rom and l'r r, .t or y. tjl'. of the Patiiot, were, on Thursday last.
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of the
-- elected membcis House ofBeprcsca
of education. it is contemplated: :i- '" .- --.- --; (:,: tnlin'j.-Atex. Gaz.WASHINGTON. ,

{ Ta To limit hereafter, the age of'admissiuu ....'. : :. I--.-. I' -lie .: "C'I lID. .;.. ._c'= .E_.I. May 16. ;,

k..t; (r 'c ,. to eighteen. -ST RTES.: C: 'tJ C: -cJ y-l) .Q a(.) -c: In... -:-:: '--: -:_; The Tariff Bill lias finally passed

'' the r' Fur the "first six months in active :,: Co I..:.:. :: -= :J = U-t'J)12 .-_ .:I the two Houses, the House of Rc

,r ta n, service at sea, they are strictly on,trial S f', preseuliiiives having yesterday con. '

n<< and, unless their conduct be correct ,1latue.. : .. -. .. ,. "1 -, (} -1" b 16 Incurred: in the various amendments

?N !,;; p and they give promise of usefulness I Nf'\v'llafupsll1r" t,. ;.. :. :. 5- 1 If..] 16| i! made by the Senate in than b.ll. It ,
1
.t' 8
1 "
l 1 ment they tio not receive warrants, Vermont, : I!; awaits the of the
:\Ias\\chu'cus, 1 J -o 3 G 1 )8 49 ,only signature Presir -
cases but have permission to retire. This I I I HiIOIJl' 11LIIld I 1.. .- -., ., I 4 ('II 17 r-I dent to become a law of the land. In

d sed. affords the -f rst opportunity of relieving I I (;.u'hlectu."u, .. .. -. 0- h 2 1 1 1.t' 07[ !! the shape in which the bill has been

t : Ct'' the service of sucii as are not I ;cCw York, : : : J 3 36 6 4tiew hGN.
| returned from the Senate
0 (! ; ,
of
ced, r likely do it 'benefit. When gersev: .., : : : 3 I 2(1 2 I 2 4!) many
to appointed
I
f!;'ennsvlvaiix. ; : : 9 4 0-_.1 6 10 7 1 300 the objections which originally existed
I'Ii,, has they mere boys, generally {- DrlaMalv1alid\.re, : : 1 1 1 1 I L 10 against its passage have been removed -
no without experience or skill, or well 2n G 6.
t : : u 4 ) 8l ; and the measure has assumed
.. be r established, habits and character. Disrltt ol'Cntumba. : :: 1 In 3 {) I -d: 4firKinia ) I a character which will make it much {

ww" has They are not, therefore, regularly \ ( -: : : 6 7 3:1": 1 4 62 1-3 ,.
tHj v. North Cantina : t I 1Sntuh b more agreeable to those interests i ,
la "
.
;& > have re commi sOtiCd: Officersbut halve ,war Cardiu.t.. '; : : 3 I.t 2 10 29 I which mostly needed the protecting ...

I'1'UM, vice : ; rants. Within the last year, a gene Georgia, ': :. : : 3 1 9 1 3 I arm of the Government. The full

; ] ral regulation was published{ which AlatHma : ; : =: 1 6 7 extent of its
operation can only bo
r of provides that their examination shall Louisiana, I. : : ; .1 b JJ; I

a Sver, va, take place; after they have been three Kentucky, ; ; : 2 1 11 1.1 I tested experience. In the most ad '
Ohio, : : : 3 J.3 16 1 vancrd; countriesmeasures of this kind
t .. rNfln years Tennessee : : : c 11> i em.mating; ; from the wisest statesmen
W This examination is rigid, and those 'Indiana i : : : : : 7 '; and matured after the most serious investigation ,

cers : unfit, from tier habits or ignorance, Mississiptl, : : : 2 I f) 5 -
Illinois, : : : : n,4lissnui I 2 have, in their effects, fro
' Other it. a second -
cannot Failing once,
pass .
'I ,. qtienily disappointed the
: 4 anticipations
tl' been i is offered and JI 1r I
opportunity upon
Florida, : : : : 1 41 oi"their framers. A business
{
atmos
; ; l a second failure; they arc dismissed or llichigat/; .' '.. .. .. .. niArLansi 2 be
' I I phere appears to as generally fatal
this } l permitted to rrslu. Having passed,, : : : I I i
1 to the existence of theory, as wii'cr:
' they receive new warrant, and! their 33 '27 i27 4.1 "ifm"i,i cn t is to those lnjmabvhos'e sphere is ia
as r is increased until the Public in- -- #
pay the other elements of nature. But
11.tu .
been II their promotion. l(

: IeI Ill"'et L p0 permits.... :.1..1- -"it.tl" .t 110 Jeno- '. '( B. ) as far as ve may he allowed to speculate .

the any : rai regulation has ever produced better ST.1 'FE.1l;'.VT she7lJiug the proportion of tllir shi P men to which each ,tat on results 50 difficult to be determined

M They i effects: ; upon the industry, habits, and l"erritury is entitled, according tf its Rlprctcntiif on'l1l Congress, al_ we should not hesitate to express

the ::s anj intelligence I of any class of officers /owirg tIle nlJl.t: ate number to be 400, or one and an half fa each Renr" cur' conviction, that, while

/.y,, their : and the. result will be, that,'in ... elf"I:!' : also, tlC exccs. or rla. fJCfl ill each State lnd 1'tlrritor.l/. i riculinre and manufactures: will derive -

", : ;, ed the course of a few months, no Midshipman r. 1 essential benefit from this bill,

their. ) i l will be in the service of older -1' .. .1. the interests of commerce will not be ; '
: t = ;
: date of warrant than: 1320. This .c::TATES. -- --. .- ;J'c:.. C.J 1 placed in that situation bf hazard .
j them r _._:. ::: >... y I ty ..-: _:: I
: e examination affords a second opportunity ::: = J c.. k ,= which some persons have professed rI.
.. 1'C4 1'- \J
v j : : :
I I to relieve the Public ii'om'those (I to bclwvc.-Jvurnal.
+ IIitill"
has who are unfit for advancimt \ : : : : ; J 1: b --5 h ,.;;!
( 1r) the '
It I New' Hampshir, ; c : : t H 12 1C 2 The Committee on "f'trenr h mpnt, -
tt higher grades. It is .::'Y'.. .
.
rilh De lIot.cry 'probable "'r rnUllt, : V
; : ; : 7 10 ; 3 yesterday made their Report, by Mr
t '!'t41 many under these urraiigetnenis: that l\tnsclClm.'tfc, ;. : : : : : 15 22 IS 4 (HAMILTON their Chairman and

' improper or incompetent) persons wllJMSS Rhode:, Isla1lt, : : : : I 4, 6 c' ; a .
inoie ; J counter Report was made at the
( -
same
: : tin-ordeal, and become commisioned 011111'C'It.'llf, : : : ; t1 12 15, 3!;
he I'
fi, J Nr.w York" : : : 45 6 tmic! by 'Ir. SERGEANT, containing )
t > Officers Thus far I 5:1: I J
; ,
we seemro New .Jester' the
;
8 of
.w I : 2t' S: opinions the minority; in that
I I
t It have; all !the' necessity guaids againsttho P1.'nll:1'It'iln1. : f 2ti 42 3rr 4 Committee. A motion was rrurlc to

r1.I ?, nre ; ; 1 admission of such a.s arc described D'It\\\rf'. : : : : I.J 4 r. J"
; print jOOO copies of both;
t orders iu! resolution.. But it J.lI"Jralld, : : : I IIi to 3: 1J1! reports, by
may, f hstnrt of ColumL: MR GIL lfol'Mr.. R\ Jack-
: ( I and sometimes ;, : : l I'I 23 2:i, s.tYt a
docs'.lr.'ppen, that om- Vn'gini.t" J' .' -, _. ,, I I '-4l 36 ti._' 2tit,' son member, railed for a division of
't ,.l ore cers, once commissioned, llecoOlf' North Carolina, : : : : 1 15 1 2l: 15 I 71 I the question in order tint
: the
l ;,I I : r still : t! t"(1Iel es1!?, ;both in relanl to their moral Smith Caruliu. : : : t I 11 Hi 10 ,jf, report

stantly ; ';'r rliar.cfr! ( and deportment, arid! to the (,l'7rntn, ., -. .. t I .p 13ALislllt 9_ 4 prepared for( political effect might go
.j ; : : r 5, I abroad, without the antidote, but at
of the ; of : G; 1
,I,p,) .,,, ti 1 arqiirsiiiou knotvLsige and skill!! ill l."llllalalla, .' ,, '. .. I I b 7 9 I 2,, tlit,uggAStirltl! Uftlwredl5crcttfrlcnd's; ,
subjcc'I t
day, | 1 t heir pr\Jf-: i"lI. A he emi
nianmay ltttsslssippi, ,
1. 3.J
: : : : I 6 1' he withdrew his call! and the
,
those i nently quaJifojd to cuter the rank of 1'.lIl1t..,...('e. .. .. .. .- 11 16 .. samenumber
S "in on I; 1_:.............., _...1 ..' ..... ...... I... r.. I.'..:......t. u 14 21 u if"; of both reports were ordered '
:. ';'s now j! promotion lo a ti kiglier:i grade; when thescrvire 01110, : ... I. ,,- : ._ j It, 2IttuiIna ,. 1\].". 11 to he PI iuerl. 'I'tie report of the majority -
', -. r ... of
-.' fi I i the Committee contair.s\v
been I Ip I requires it. Another and a Illiuni i i': '
-. i 3.1 0.. 0 an ;in.Vitcd: !
about ri'jid tftitiht b 1\Ji-souri. presume exaggerated< ,
tea
, e 4 I : to ? provided, of! : : : :. 31.; 4.
' hn.ve which the lttchi <4tJ, statement of pretended grievances,
; j CHIicer: should have lull : : : I J 1 ).
I .irk nisis, I deriving th ir m igniiude from the
lh(. "' :!rl1lJ1g, as well as time: and opportunity ; : : : 1 J 1
1'Itritla V
and i to prepare for it. Such a test '_ : : : : 1 1 4 al mtstv medium of piejudice. through "

::4 .. t+ I rVeeu ,: will be found: :.1 an examination con- DO 'l. 'r.t -- -- which they have been viewed ; but :
was made
involving the validity of which
i.i' examined
.. : aud in
separately
; +4( were rfuctc-d on proper;! J'rint'iplp.s.[ both; as --"- .-. -' -- ?e''cmu"ts' before marriage. The the clear ,

of ) to character and skill ; and, however 11 t'r folic, -Ifat/ 1(). COUrt set aside settlement of light of truth, will wear only
u this '
## proms l unpleasant it m; y he l in Uie! first instance ?fllal.The U. S. sloop 'of wartcxingfan where it a trivial I character. \\ 0 trust that
t sort, was made to that
. the
? .> live yet, when established; : I, and the / Capt. BOOTH, sailed from the husband appear counter report will strip the statements -
making settlement(
jtiitfiH 2d March a of in the other document of all
ful officers ha\'l- 'h,1: sufficient opportunity Sniyiua having under convoy all his
his
intended!
property on wife
:i'fe'; ;-ii; ittfSS + }y to be prep'ued, it cannot doubted several vessels bound to the 1Tnifed was indebted to i I heir discoloration and delusive mag

; t i V r is it that it will produce a beneficial effect( Sidles-!parted company 12tli: inount.-Idem.ATflca a considerable a- nitudc, and pn*sent those! simple frets

kind, on the habits and industry of all. It following! off Cape Aletapon; when which will bo sufficient for the sober

4 It has t will be more likely! than any other the L. returned to Smyrni. /.-The U. S. sloop of War and dNpasHonate! judgement of the

mode, to prevent the exercise of undue The brig Lady Monroe Falmouth Capt MORGAN litalcOat people to take as the materials foriheir
Bailey
,
duties ;I partiality and favoritism both in the arrived! at li.iliiraore on Tuesday last, Laguira, whence she sailed 2iih( ult. decision.-Idem.

- }Ia\.c i ollicers who are in command and tho from Gibraltar, whence she sailed 1st- to Leeward. There are two resolutions appended

R1; Department which recommends for April, lefwrts the arrival there of the; The U. Ship Hornet, Capt.; Ct,.ts- to the report of the select Committee

been promotion. (J. S. ship( Delaware, Cl pt. DOW.YES TO.V, sailed from New York on Wednesday I on the subject of the assault, ,

nl a The effect of these examinations hence: --Ikucoa. I : last, on a cruize. j one of which asserts that a breach of _

has boentiiod, not only in the case of The U. S. Schr. Grampus, I a lel tt. I f/te, i1:4. 21.lrt2ahin privilege has been committed, which

them : Midshipmen i but in another most irn'portant Com. LATTIMHK, bound to the West ton, May \$.-The Vice President t renders tho perpetrator obiwxitHis to

j class of officers It was fornu'riy Indies, has dropped down to the having reliredfrom the Chair of the j: the censure of he Iluitsr, while the
causes : !I an- presiding '(beer of the Senate) the i other recommends !
: tiiat there sh'itl be
i the chorup.uti' Town .
HUllo-l
an practice appoint Surgeons. : Point. rable Hamiiel Siniih, one o:' tre S<> further ;
and! Mates from the State no proi'ced'ny; on the soli cct.
,. fourth Surgeoi-1 upon general Idem May I7tft. Maryland, WitS _ve,lemayelected
: 4: Pmlilcnt of the Se Here is a palpable discropancy] in tho .
;i tively tt con)luen'1atnns. The Executive, I Ii The U. S. Schr. Grampus hound pru tempore f
C i as might! be often ; nate.On report it prouuuucrs guilt, and absolves
t.tttJ supposed, was brit>vI I to The West Iud es, sailed from her the first hifotfor this '- respectable the
In i I ouily deceived in the qualifications of guilty in the same sentence.
anchorage off( Town Point, yesterday station Air. Macon, the venerable We do
'-rerun I those whom it selected, and consequences afternoon. A friend has politely furnished Senator from North Carolina, was elected, not know that the Committee

1:' mode of a painful kind; not unfre-I us with law but decline Serving. General Smith was kepi precisely within the (bounds of
" following then chosen by a handsome vote.Intelligencer.. their day iu the
taking double
g ; resulted oflico
c are ( quently to our o and List of! officers cf ached tv the Gram- them.
upon cave if
to' seamen. pus. In the House of feprr{ <:ent.iiiv, >ter- thuv did, we

vy, In the month of May 1824 the WM. K. LAT'I'I.IIEREs Com .lay, ihr amendment* nflt..c Senate ye to the think :hey can hardly be justified! in

j; and 1 I resolved mander.Lieuts.. q. fariJf bill were all adopted, through the the eyes of the world in assuming the
Department( : to establish( a instrumentality of the double .
' } I Board of old) and skilful George S. Blake previous question I !power to condemn and to forsive. -
'' :t;K', ble. Surgeons, for Thomas which; by the way, has been very familiar ; .-Idem.
McKean
the cXfimtmtion of Buchanan. ly re orted
: those who shouldapPlyfortheaolcintmentufSurbgcun's to during the present session- ..
: --""' !.......
system i i Sailing Master, Lloyd B. Newell. and the hill now requires only the Mgnaturc -L.-;
only Mate Purser Thomas of the President to become a law. FOREIGN.1'hilmtelpliiu 7
for B,
or promotion as Sot trrou
A'I r, to I non There is one circumstance concerning- c---- --=-_-=-__._._.P .....
I and Surgeon Mifflin
Mt to recommend to the Pra'sidentIto Coulter. this bill, which it is important to merchants! Alny il>.-By the ai rival
:! ono who bad not submitted to an Midshipmen, hunt H. dell, 'V m. AC well as manuracttuers, to beinforined of1n yesleniuy; onotlheTnscarora, CipI -

h l1eCt I j examination, and l been decided, by Russel, N., G. Slaughter, James E. amendment was adopted in the Senate I I j t.iin Set til. from Literpaolwhence' she .' ',,

the !j that Board, to be qualified for inc Brown, Lloyd J; flryan.Master's to the first section at the bill, which post-1'I on the evening: of the 18th April{ we ;
i I poned ihe time at which it is j have Liverpool l '
: to take effect, papei! hat date and Lon- .._
place; which he souglt, by his talents ( Mate, John Arost '_
j I from the thirtieth day of June to the first lon of the I7'h. ','
.d! y ''ry f,Ih of J i'acquirements', und character. Such Capp{'s. Clerk, Hubert Ila/lehurs day of September. This ntnt-ndmenl, it is f The 'Jerks, Chronicle has the follow! J '

. 1. ; which !I!j: a ftoard has, from time to time, bccconsliKiU'd Boatswafti; John Haywood.ail supposed, was intended to apply to the 'paragraph : ..
"'i'fs' have $ whole bit Whether the distinction Symptums nf /ttu- We enabled
l h i when>appointments llakcr.V1D.. l\] itch ell. nrr to .'': '
reports i Carpenter twee the first section was accidental J be-I' state ou rtioti authority, tat! sut-ry materi :
or promotions) were and George Peel.
necessary ; otherwise, it is oiu of the featuies of al ineMtaiion of our coin lnissioned naval ",
fully the result has been must gratifying. Purser's Steward, William Lever- bill as it has pasted. The first sect tun em- I force will immediately take ;place, and '

The character of the corps has been ,dg. I brat,*" the duties on iron, iu its various i !dir eCiilla to that ellVct are now pre uill; ,

. V ;. ';Ian elcvatod; and HOW contains men inferior A. E. forms *nd' fabrics, and lead; and the new j j'i in the\ ?07ri-ninent! olSces.Thtr ._
surgeon duties! on these articles do iuliluion' to the berries Coat will .. ::
not take l effect ::
to norieof their in to Jfliin the Ui S. ; J'
\ merit and scbr Shark '
age '
; until the first day of September. On the i, he commuted} thistly of fri i -atrs'of the first .
frisrly! acquirements. Idem, May 19th. other articles of wu.l, manufactures off class and of the hen not uicral. Cniisi< .

there I In) answer to this Child 5nquirythenj The U. S. Se!lr. Grampuf; Lt. wool, hem;, and its manufactures, dUtilledspirits j J fable bristle: is picvaitnt! in the 'ar ant!onJ ,
Com. inoi o, window glass vials anti \bottles I nanre otlirrc,
-
!) it may be said, that the object w.ll be Old LATTlifER; was. at aneho> off l roofing !lath", and cotton cloths, &oro. LIVI.IU'OOL COTTON AIAUKET. .;j

thy m best attained by providing; a proper Point., last evening. Wailing a Ihfc new iluty i ii to.talc efi-ct, all pIOl'OS"{ Thurvlttfr April1, 1SCS.:: -TIio '

erg,,}', organization: of the Navy' a system wind to proceed to sea. ". iirthe We oiieiuul hill, on this 30th dav' ol Jnnf. { sales thi.- \Vfrck arc 1OOU faa!ji, atprices ,

of rules and regulations with uHl Idem, May 20. shall, Jmve hall puhli rect-i t'ctl h the the law! if,'as nntuie sun of as the ii I i rather above the rates of last: "".

j"?tem constituted! tribunals io 'rite trial i and The Delaware sailed on, the 20th j: Pri"jOi i tent, and a copy of it can !h' obtained week :-tho import is ::,OOO hale! :. ';

.d'ora of punishment of utfcndois ; fad l Ly ex- March fro-i Gibraltar up the Medi ia an HUlhenticntt-d "un.-IJe-fr.. Prices at Lirerpoti!, April 1".-- -1

the aminationK, which will those ncan.-ldtm. .cutton Bowed ; .
prevent The new Tarty-In stating thctlaten' III Georgia; 3 i d a Td ;

'I jf+ any 'disqualified1' from being. advanced in At the late session of the Court of which tree duties proposed in the new THiitf Mew Orleans 5, a S, Sea Island!,

'=0 this ; the icev ice. Appeals] at South Carolina, a Uccsioin bill me 10 lake elH-ct we t-u'dooked the i good and fine, Is tld .1 Is 7 ; orJinarmlud. /
ftt
l that thy
: udJiiundu'.r: gn fndi-b; of" tijld: lOd a Lll
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tr.or'l.lryCYQt Let if be remembered, that 'a tln oun- Fnrtez,(!,(, ; for the 21 ganbingdefiartments ] I during thfj present session Iill make

Atlnc-mc ) j f' tl v, whose stnte of wretchedness among the 34.376 ; in thie6S. wise departments motion for the abolition lotleiies And of Olliello Jacksbfc ; .

f ::': ; 'L ocrurriMi lalely in j l lew' class i is thus painted by the PopuUr 35.01G.From : all the gambling houses in France. And I EOS leave remind th

the ship N."Voikim! 'her ra *.ige from I Orator, in the most glowing and horrid co tne"e results, ictus reflect on the hope it wilt be easy for me to hit at fruitful B Citizens of respectfully P ns cula to that in the<

Ncv.- York ti) London.] A conductor jl Jour, tile I luxury of the Head of the Government ,number of criminals attamtnl by taw for ,sources of revenue, that can be collected midstofthe general feeling, wbicHprtfTails

:iiclied: : to the mainmast *.us melted (iheKing andKoyal( family) costs { the most infamous, the most base of all f with more economy and lest peril for the here, and in good the bosom "of a lOCi
six million! tI'! d ili.irs Is it, how morality of the French population.
every year
rimes were c.n-
sc.An I Iec I. I poisoning ; many whose d'evotioi
tho ety proudest boast to. its
and fdl in chops, into )
that in Paris alone
I 'then to be "ontit'red at, (:emned iu the gambling departmentsCompared -
to social order
itA
and
('lIeIi' ch, tH10IHI'II'r was' soderangcd ,I''the happiest point in Kuropi-, more than I to the wise departments? three Extract from a letter io tht Editors Laws, he has had, the misfortune subserviency in.to the
'int it "-nurd 3-4 .mmites in the 7000 inrlividualu hive to be buried un charIty And fur that the two
!
ime
t : HS many excess of the Beacon, dated instances, to be greatly abused .

10\.IPl'. : the cause ( which was disovcod J""I I .1,evei he irnisUti'm v vear ? has been furnished to u, I most contrary to natural feelings and the V. S. Ship Delaware, ) On the night Saturday 2nd inst. the

Oil tho arrival of th(' vessel in t by H fii.I 'ml. and is made from hM excellent I .want of civilization ; or/iryijpr- bow, Off Gibraltar, March 25th 1828. J House in which he lives was broken open.

London) ; v.i.II it a|1pt.t: rel that! all I inicl ably conducts Flinch Paper, I.EPASNK wounds, fathers, Ir methert had 6j inhuman toI)1Sttbei1 "I have just time.to inform you of and his trunk taken out and robbed ofaU.

the pans of ihr instniim'tit had acquired : TI-.MS. published in New Orleans by ,I I1. j rhiltlrcil.how many: guihy justice compared our safe arrival at Gibraltar; after a isis clotlu-, anti money to the amount ofaixthe
the gamlin..Ldepart:1len'a
.
that ; ; .-. A. L. Boi.nare.OTI ; of 35 \V shall or seventy dollars.
M) strong a Mi'-quetic power, j 'I' to the wise dtpartments ? three passage days. c proceed !Kor.the wrongs which he has suffered

its gf IJl.'Id OIU\'E.'mt'IH depended very } /'- the \Vic Qrlenii Passe Tens.TRA I times as muny And for the most degrading to Malion immediately, tp join thoCommodore. he seeks not to avenge' himself othervite

in which it I >oI.\T..II FuR THE PI.N?ACOLA G t7.JTTE. of all mlwletiwano.rs; In e We than
; 'b
scHsinly on he. position Mr. CHARLKS Dupjybcfurc prl\ experienced a very } humbly asking a favorab) .. express'.oa -
was ; ,. .1.! 13ut tho- most singular Kptcrh of \\fedGincstic\ larceny how many were con violent galo on the 25th of February : of public opinion in his behalf*
the fol- the. French House of Re :jemned in the gamaling liepanments He will return here from Tuscaloos
ojierv: : ;,,r: T'tlie lightningwls but weathered it bravely. This i
compared- to the wise departments? \\ her ;' i horses and
presentatives.GESTi.EMr.v: \ wagon are) next
liwinThere; was a on has lao of
p-issenger -'The Prefect of the Department I three times as many Thus by a chastisement ship surpassed expectations tall. In the mean time by the advice of
>!'u".I l old and corpulent whose ; Prorideice s"enls0 direct: every on hoard and would
very '()f the Seine (Pan's) bus just which person several kind friends he proposes to perform

lees WITH so parvlhi thai for three j I Iyeuis comujunJckteil to you several measures in the departments where mothers whu have m-'ide the passage in 18 or 20 for the last time in this city, on

he hltll1f1t walked half a mila! taken with the view to render less pernicious silence the cry of lature are treble ill days had i it not been for head winds. Saturday Evening next

and who, since; his cmlwcMiion, had the passion for gamblingyet in the number, a supreme justice trebles tht We have had considerable sickness onboard when will of
number of inhuman: children, who beat. be preserved his usual fets
enumeration there i Ii wanting one more
not been able even to'stand. After strike, wound their fathers and nother but the health of the crew is Agility, performances on the Violin.

the discharge of the lightniug, which measure.The inhabitants of a city celebratedFor CSigns ,.(the utmost indignation are mani- improving rapidly. It is the g nerl &c. 'c.

passed close to the place where this its industry have requested of me to fL-stfd; in the "Who! atuemhlY.) opinion that we have had several The performance will take place by-

poor cripple was lying, every body plead before you the cause of the manufacturing Do you not wonder! gentlemen, in this cases of malignant l fever, nil of which particular. quest, at the 1'ht atreanc will

was astonished to see him rise, pace cities ; by soliciting the suppression enumeration of fourcniues or misdemeanors have proved latal. On the 10th of com r.ence at 8 o'clockIi.. M Tickets,
different in their nature, and speaking fifty cents each-children and colored
in
Lotteries so
especially places
walk ,
ami about
deck
the
and down March J) HENRY C. PRATT of
.
tip where a }great many Mechanics generallydwell. of the excess of immorality ot the ( people luiliprice ; to be hud at the Book-
lor a long time, as if nothing had ever Philadelphia Mate hcii gtore. and at the different
The most hutmnc the wisest ofa gambling department over the wise departments ) Surgeon's < Hotels.

ailed liiii,. At first his head was a !) .,ocie ties,the society Christian morality, to hear me repeat 3 times, 3 of malignant fever. lie was a young -:

_ little .'tiVcted ; hut that soon went ofi"; who, by tilt association of a crowd of good times 3 times, .J times; and is not to man of fin acquirements, and was beloved XO'rlCLL \ L

v.iiil the benefit he had experienced Frenchmen, represent virtues comparable your eyes the constancy cf that number by all who know him, for his \ persons havm? claims against the

iu his limbs remained. lie continued lo those that have been exercised by the an indubitable revelation of constancy social virtues and worth I 1'.5tate of Flu*rl*co LLOPIZ decea.ed "

fivelv the Howards and the \Vilberforces on the in the causes ? Auiogust those causes I professional are requested to present them to the?
TO use them during passage, da.ic:11! l ground of constitutional and boldly set the gambling' atlmteriea. and is a loss both to his country and Subscriber! ; and all persons indebted..tdnid

snd on theairval! of the ship I in port, monarchical governments. The society After having noted dOthe numberof to the iNavy."-Norfolk caCfI/l. I estate: are requested to make imnjediate -

lie walked with ease to the place of of f christuu morality have required lilY crimes perpetrated by tw masters and The .I payment to JN. DE LA RUA.
of Mexico (haveat
his residence-1 lucubrations and my utmost efforts to by the servants by Ihc chiluen and by the Legislature Ezccutor.IVnwrob. .
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_. :- -b the and the view the action of niun the-recommendation ofthe Government -
_ 1"n. demonstrate consequences, mothers, let us 15'h May. 188-9tf.
____ V'A .,rt .:(' t' \ ''fl > < ... \t ; ,: \il **> -A 4 ; from gambling at lotteries in the otfrruisections SUICIDE the consequences of he fatal month to the Widow of Lieutenant PR OP OSAL S

: i:.= ; ---- =:= -----r of f France. passion to which we have alUded, htu DAVID H. PORTER, and in case of For publifhing in the CHi/ of Mobile an

l \\ ith the.-View to examine the most re then record, at least as a restik ufciviliza- INDEPENDENT irE lVSPAPER.

. -' I:2 ; ': cent state of\hing-S''I'will rake-as a b isis, "fjon.'the immense difference between the her death, to his children, Vvh'u-h sum TO DE ENTITLED THEO1iscvct.

the products} and the account published number of murderers *M.L that of tnfclo i i. equivalent to-the whole of his )pay B\l.t'\e n

in communicated to tribes 11l le infane) aIlJnlnlul"Qn' A mt,ti.n -.*.. of". .
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the accounts de Amongst
: general tee liv W. D. WADDELL, \' (0. .
the Mouve at their last 1)t'2t 4u>n. These of society there are.few stncurca aid :na- terwards made to grant all the pay: and I Custom has rendered it necessary for

accounts like those of the preceding session ny murtlereis ; in tilat state; meldu emoluments of the other seamen who. Editors\ when they throw themselves on

?, low an extreme inequality in not exercise enough thtir intellectual fell in the same action, to their wi- : the Community for patronage* to state tlie

the bets at lottery by the several depart faculties to conceive a distaste for ilk, on Ochil and mothers} which I ftrincip'cs bv which they will be governed
wn
The total bet the 86 department of the of inougni ; -tne *ufence ,
ments.: sum by account pains ;in the discharge f.f their duties. We are
51,354,765: francs / the brutality ot '.heir pas-ioiion Uiecontniry motion was referred to a Committee.Idr.jn. .
amounts to .. Republican: *>f thf Jejfersf.n School, and
by 21 departments the sum bet has bc-ei. often excite thl'm0 attack tne are opposed to the latitndinarian construction -

.-. = --=-. = -_= r 46,103,0 francs, the other 65 departments life of their fdloW'l cings.I From the JV>w York Merchant'* 'I'cerrah, of'the Constitution of the United
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4 'llJISII.Jr'a. lOtii, 1828.rlte have bet only 5,"51,737 tiuncs I In proportion as iiHtions become civilized Voiton.-VVe congratulate- Jobbers Sttes. IR aistund hy the present AdmU

-. Thus, gentlemen mean betfor each murders become marc scarce, and suicides and Commission Merchants on the hd- 'lh.tr.\!1n We deny the power Congress

\ \ Sans J'cr.ffc:1:1 of the 21 departments which, for lire sake I more frequent. Thus in {'iris, *iihm vance in the price of Cotton which has to carry m Internal Improvements in any
nbreviation will call the gambling dctwrtwnla the space of hve years including1! 181! to
=.: : r- I taken place within a few dil 's. Indeed of the Stages without their consent; brit
Ttie (Jaz. ;: ;: : ; regularly i is yearly I 2,200,000{ trancs ; I I: lliI3, Oil a population of 8 hundred thousand the consequences of the recent impulse in making! this fraik avowal of our senti-

_ f UIlisl"l wi Tur!"'.av_ of rach week, until whilst! each of the 65 ethers, which: l'' souls, the number of murders i is 21 only given to the market are bent-Hcid to almost m>nt!, we do not wish it to be understood-

tu'th'T --ticf ThU will (MiaVilf\ us to dis- will call) the -vise dcptiriment3.-n\vt\\\we to i I ; that of poisonings, either inrongh accident every person concerned in trade- that we are bPP lt'd to the principle of
I Ii or wilfully, i is ()t), a nJ .tne number of I
putrh it io Bur (nyu ds iu thr Country on the lottery yearly} but 81,000 francs. suicide. 17ot for the and the na\igation: interests must :aK> Internal Iniprove' ents.b'iit to the mannerin
amount to > Inquiring
_ inv" 'iy i.iy! it is i isI-(1 lie tufre it i Truly the 21 ganlblhg departments generally known inducement of such self-destruction participate in the benefits. The Southern which they are carried on.

rnv waned lot the Mail from one to four possess more wealth than the 66 we find Hint U14 of those miserableindi-, I'l.inter will smile at the prospect f As natives of Virginia and adopted: citi7zers

'I.y' wise departments hut the proportion ol v idu.lls't biought to it by the results of gettii.g some return for his produce. TU! % of A'aba' awe are proud that we can

(Captain Ihlzlc10 arrived on Sunday riches i it far from being in a ratio \\ iUI the belling at Lolenes or other Kind of gum- Southern Merchant will be twice blessed onq .ientiot1
last, in ten days fro 11 Vcra Ciuz-in- b(;xs made to the lotteries, this 1 am goingto blio-j, and by the several I blanches of debauchery. I once in being able to receive. and once both States and as Southrons we will-
fi.nim ilut: be left the U. S. Sclii. fhark.f.'apt. demoustrate. i iu being able to pay debts and a new lift strenuously advocate the interests of tn

Mc-Ki-ever. to sail for this port inone ; I have calculated the cf I ard be ditfu.srd far be consistent with.hose
principal the It \1L.4 furme I. supposed that the representation vigour will through our South, as as may
or uvo day!. I four direct taxes as bearing on the two of puitishment, indicted on the l manufacturing establishments, for low of the whole Union which shall bea

cisses: of gambling and wise departments, mortal remains o'a/t/o{ dc sc, would bo aneticadiuis I prices are destructive all.wliile medium paramount consideration.. "
We publish this \\eck an I Document.important nnd I and found, that the 65 wise departments )I temc-ily against sucn deeds otdespair rates will give living to all and insure 't With respect to the great political

Hlh'l esti'ig Cmigrrssional A venture but the five percent, of their i and I foJ!). Kpeiienchas proven brisker sale.Vc cannot stop here, for question which now agitates the Union,
of he bt-uf of the Non' We
Report fimn tiry ., ) I taxes on rral property, whilst the ill liie futility: OfUII'I1H"i1SIlI:'>. feller inlitrmed ( we believe that activity any one great we have no hesitation in avowmg our sen.
led its 11.11111f. that
\\ffc suppose gambling departments venture a sum leii.m;Uirs hav inidui otootl Hie prevrnliii | staple will .liftuie its influence to Others,, t tnents in favor of the p,oplB candidate,
lliis iluciMiM.-nt lit be in
\\,1 published must
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II equal toe tltty se\eu percent. of'their of..uidd(' cuut.'IJfJ( nuli AUIII uliutlseC3 ; alhl thus create wh.it. at desire, a morestate Gen. ANDREW .IAr.KSON-who )has
the &
01 daily scnu-vtfekly tMough-
papers taxes on real estate.It illg dead bodies that; an investigation of.lhe I satisfactory of aflairs; One word ol done more for the south-western States
opt tin* United S'fiU' -and therefore in-
; cause was required and that it was to -Ihe caution. KcineiTtbtr 1S2JI! Dont other
U'fiJi-ii to hate cmiteittcd omselvLS nitii is not then the wealth founded upon gc I than any man now living ; whose _ _
real solid preventing or at least dimhiUliins! ; of those tO'J fal' firmness derision: and sound
the the judgment
few property most most ,
_ th.ib<.tiact uh'uh AC published a --- --- -_ .
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causes, that legislative efljrls shotild be di- --_-l-----._- : with his: ardent eminently
\vt-< !ts since i from the Unitfd States' Ga- permanent the most peaceful of all description together patriotism,
of riches that determines rected. Messrs lluni and 1'ardijf. him to preside over the
7-tte ; but not having met with it iu any or qnaiify
the Amongst several nations jjreatlv advanced I ask leave, through tile medium of you destiiilesofthis Republic. .
bets to the iottcries. .
I ti1e of the IIUII\(.ttS papers which have 1 proportions great ;
.ill ciTllizatinii ; in the itrt-Sa"h.'S. ; -inEngland" to stale, that I decline being considered ;,
paper
Freemen the _
ronit1 un ler our oh1 .Ibu, except the \ The t5: wise department adventure In a community Press
l : ill the Netlieil.uuls the fatal candidate for in the Legilative ,.
; aim I a a seat next
influence-hence
N .tUIll' 1r1l-Ii'C'IICCr! we thhik it a duty but J of their personal tax and the four has a powerful the great
influence of Lotteries and of Gambling Council of this :
Territory.
wtkh"t, tIIl iradri*, to \lay it beforethei fifths of their taxes on doors and windows. responsibility of the conductors of a public
in suicide has been well
,
houses producing
: fi fxltnro ; b.'insr c-mfideut that our The 21 gambling departments stake in these David Coffin Pinliliam. Journal. As such it siwtll be our uncea.1iog
understood. In two of empires the
__ __ column cannot be 'bt-f.ei fitted.: anyone year three time* and two' t.hirJs suppivsion the! Lotteries IIHS already June 10, 18:28. endeavors to merit the patronage of
of their) personal tlx: and 7 times and a been erttcled( ; it will not be lung before = .= 'L -- -' an enlightened Community. We are

hail t heir tax on doors and v/iiulows. It t.\.mn ..-In KlizHbethtown: N. J.. aware of the arduous undertaking i in
C071. ,.t jllnl.-lfi tin' Senate, on the loth I Ihe third adopts tie! same measuru aacl it i is
U'.I.. ,'u' BUI to ahoiiFh the Office of Major I i is not then either! the tax representing I incnmhent upon us to imitate those saluta- I\ Dr. AlfredV.. W.I Elves, of the C. S Army .: which we are about to embark ; but hop

(!Plr'0. a rrpntted without amendment. I luxury in furniture, nor that on family. ly examples.: I to Miss Catharine, eldest daughter Oil I by industry and perseverance to succeed.'

Ou iie: 17iii, the uiil, fioiuf.House, for the I comforl ,which proportions the bets in the Shall I now consider ItII', i is Under the t| George C. Thomas, Esq. Its beyond the power of mortals to cow-..*
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JM f .I i _i._ _|
fet'lenmit) of private land claim in FLORIDA t..u classes of Departments. view of domestic economy 11 see more than lIwnt stictess ;

uH.i amendment W.1Statt' and the! I IInhi Tl'e t:5: wise departments adventure ."*> 10,000,001) yearly subtracted fioin I lawful -\ SlJljp l '1' : Fit -we'll do mr.re-deserve it." "

mt'ntl: corn-lined in On the 20lhtht', but the two thirds of their licence tax ; i-idusiry, and irusled to the wilful chauc- With,! this brid.outlille .,f our principles, .
full'
Thai :i.e.. birreU'v ofthe\Navy he directed 3 Mines and three fourths of this tax in I the bands of the rnerlianic-of the manufacturer Port o? )e\\5a. o\a. to the Public; further patronage. '

to jI .1: t-, Congress at their n ext M son, their bets at lotteries I (j! the dealer i.i goods, would pro- -'- =------ It is contemplated that the first numbe?, '

uhr-ef the c.ta JhlIl1"lIt! of a NKVV Yard I If then the tux on real estate i"n tlkenls duce-daily! profits, turned! into absolute lofts, AKKIVKU.Junr of the Observer will appear on the firsfriav

for the r.istructiou and repair of vessels of I a basis.the2l gambling departments are : \ this is another deficit to he added to the 6.//.-U. S. Transport Sclir. Flori- of October next, or sooner if the materials

war. or a Depot for the collection of ship tinies&. more gamblers than the 65 6\\ taxes against pvu.itc weulth.To cIa, f:d*'d Baker. Tampa Hay and St. (sot which one of the proprietors' *

timber. :;t souie point on the coalot.h. 1. departments. lithe basis is drawn multiply the bait, five of the princi- Marks. EXTF.UEi). who is professionally a ptinter, \yill! start .
Cup tliUeius and Honda wonld l he ad- I cities ha\e brin rt"h with a June 9th Schr. G. \DavazacVera '
the pal iviieged,
personal taxes, the 21 gambling departments pi to tht- North in a few ia\s) can be trans1
autigi.111: to tlie public service ; and that are 9 times more so than the \V 1'1"1, at which drawings tak place at different Cruz. JJulL\at. ported to lm Cit%' m time. .

} e 'let: ahll uliiuit: to the Senate all he in- 65 wise departments Finally it the license days.Ve'.l! otScial returns prove SAILED. CONLCIlJi.TIIP ef.
f"'I'U:.:iioll in the posses ion of the Department is taken that the five .leiaitmer ts so giitified( with : June 7/A.-U. S. Transport sctir. Florida .
tax as the basis, the 21 | OsstHVEH tr the City will be
; howiii: ; the facilities nfloiileti for 5 times j: It wheel of fortune, "ample ns IQU J I HS 218 : Kihv'd Ihke'I', New .Ui.leans.OY .
gambling departments are moreso sheet with
!SM< n an estahlishment, b, CJ.arh-blon and : otlicr department might do in proporti >n, i pnntcd on an imperial rjevniul
65 wise
than the departments.Tiie 1
three times
II handsome week
Iieauf'>rt, S. C and Sava'nnah. Brunswick, I I and i they furuish as"many' individuals. con- type a
last shows that die licence 1? I\\Y\a.\e\\i\\\a
DUll St. MiI} 's, Georgia, together willi the : comparison ', dennied for CIIlIl.\t'SIIl'.J.1rcony, H* i1 other I iluring! eight months, and cnc, a week

: tspen of dealing tlie same." I tax is the basis less cl'spr portioned I Kicparimeiits.. they contain H: uia.iy inhuman VIA TAM-'A BAY, AND REV WEST.THC for four months, at eight: dollars per annum -
with the sums bet by the two clashes oidepailnients. Schooner to be due the delivery of the first
In (lie House of Hejiresentatives, on the I children and HS iMany unnatural mothers on .
17th the Dill for the settlement and C'oufirInati'm Experience also teaches as 30 depaitmcnts( tog ff tH I'; GENERAL JACKSON, I: number.; -. -

of land claims i inP'LOKJDA PASS- that the departments where they gamble After having enumerated th crimes, I I..r the 4 Graham Mayo, Master will sail The Observer for the Country will bpuhlsIicd <

,.z1. and :darned to the St'lI 1fl: with ItI1t'Udlll""ls at the lottery most, are those where commerce state of misery be estimated. The liches accumulated in a few days.: For freight upasge I I weekly antI c.ou.afn all.: the

O.lth( 19th, the Bill from the I Houmhcs,where industry is greater, I ill Paris are mol; considerable having good accor.\n d tior.s.I I news of the City papers aud new kdver-
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-. ?t :,a'( i.iPKtablish! a Southern Judicial where liawkcM and pedlars are more numerous I II than those of several Kingdcins iu Europe ; apply to the Captain on bi-nid, or to tisemei'tu, on a sheet of tbe.same as the

Uioict in FLOHIDA" wa PASSED. ; it is then to tho e departments the:* revenue of that city was greater than City paper, at five dollar per annu.n payable

that the suppression ofioUcric: would. bemOt't t, those of taxony, of \UI'ICmtl''gof Piedmont \ J C. C C7 Eeyner.June i ill advance. ,. '

'I'I.jlic. Celebration and DtiUcatton.i'rstand .- beneficial.Alter and of Portugal.. 'Pars i is the temple 0h: i ?8.-13-2t. : Advertisements inserted at the usualpriit.

\r.' thnt) the t'eslii'fil of M.J"l having examined from what source of arts, it is the pride of Franc?, t1.:? .

1'it Baptist will '.: celebrated, and a the sums bet at lotteries are derived, honor of Europe, yet, observe around you "F \ \\,SJ""E r t'i.I'R.OSPE1"rV

:.uuijoTtu .!.dedicated, nt Claiborne, let us examine the effects produced by I[ how bad laws, ,bad! iiijtitr.liors.! bad nunisI TIlE SCHOO HRnrlhJ : .;

: uu iu.stiny the 24th iust :OiTicers and lottery itself. We have remarked thai the I tcrs, have multiplied miseries and mslbr- r t OFJin .

Mo.n ers of the Fiateinity and all Clergvmtn better exist! in two classes of departmentsvcy I tttie..fld begin with examining the run- Govingtou Packet,: : "
:.It' invited to nttend'and as-ist in of the ion ; Independent! ,wwspaper : .
the perfoimng I distinct. One class composed of sequences pao for gambling- jL1nirthmen S'2 Tons about five ,

ceremonies on tile occasion. those liepartmcnta; where they bet tq mongit the iahabitanisof th4t opulent city. yt-Hi1* old, and loads with a liglit: draft of"water. TO UK PUBLISHED IN : !
ik -*- excess ; tie other where they bet with We mentioned that 63 departments togetherbet ALSO GEORGIA.Which
SAVANNAH .
Our traders, will find, in thi; paper, theIrHiislatiouofn ; moderation. The 21 gambling departments at Lotteries the aim of 6,261,731 _
speech francs and the bs (hat Paris surtains THK SCHOONKR shall he open to Palitica Literary,'
made bv Mr Dupin. f are dispersed on the whole surface' ; yearly
oi:t' nfihc most "Members thus the Government GSUORX and Commercial Intelligence, ]Jom,tic and
o L _conspirnoiu of i of France therefore there i is no topogra by gambling against 41( WILLIAM ,
V, "if imeral party in the French House of influence of the climate I oppress itviah 7.000.QOO, ol ForeignYfeus.. &c. and which shall be1. .
phicBl cause, no '
; *rnt.itives ; Though the article i i'l Ion-. H'I-I and since no physical origin can be attributed ;. francs (i.WO,OU dollars.. J 55 Ton burthen, about three 1( devoted to ruiNciFLKs, and not men.. '

on furf'igu affairs, il contains such an to that moral Gentlemen-one. more liict must be told years old \H copper fastened and coppered TO BE ENTITLED THE
some cause -
Hanceut a.iows the stat U information\ and sa well ought to be found passion out ; let us measure tQ you:'in Paris. 13,317 persons dtrat home and,in every reaped a 2 Up .;'- vessel Savannah M fuiy::. .

art demonstration, by ascending them their effects. every year,7,71f inilip Hospitwls Thus, -apply to
from facts to causes, that ue. think must by on die general run of a whole g;uem-aton,00 JCfcVIH rOH 'I ii.perm'm'&a5th COSAM KMIIl IJARTLETT. .EDITOR. --.- '
I have taken basis the official .
of our rations, more particularly those as a returns *>
who aspire to Public Stations, will i hml. published by the Judiciary: department Paris, 524,000 died in the Hospital! Oif' the ; will! published every morning, during.t
then' time well 'lor the ) ear 1625. I have searched r \e. O\i've l'9CG \\. -
emplotcd iu storing their 1O33 who have died ilL .0ne'>'. lh' 4,300 tt.e business season, and three times a,

minds Irom with the information ihey' mav g\thei: i for those crimes and misdemeanors doQte winch only are buried at their owtj- .ipe.ise i ?.,'. J.JM gS who ho'd 8t1( flcrip /). yreek.iliiring, the biitance of thee r, on a
this hold closer to the ot ,
speech. If M ranch wisely "nd I privacy tlc 16,543 sire buried either by the hospit&U or Papers for tle Ol.lVM nit \1\'U. large: Imperial Sheet, with new Type y\\
vI'r. are thereat life. I have summed them up for tae
adventunn-r, In Lotle- by complies of public'undertakers, who, will pic1ase send the names ot t he patrmsto lies", at Kight Dollars per annum pay -
Tit tu.nal.le" which u ronsideied as the I h.'at objec- two classes of gamoling and wise dejuut.nicnlsj I on a certificate of pauperism, provide the it,| wnich .they nay have obrair.nl, to bli: in ud\ante. Arraagemeu's .will bfljitOOitttfl .

\oe kind of GamLlinl-huw much the results are as follow friend of the deceased 'with n.pfli.L and a: the stibscriUer. as the firsi rnmlXri will be be I latest Ship News/and

r 'ive, t'ought, 'Jc the worse descriptions! cf Jbataimcars i Poisoningfor the 21 gambling departments shroud aC tholast nlms, -diipeiiiVd by the.Cwrpoiation published\ belore the tenth of ;UhC. Tlie accurate Prtcrt C-rr -nt.

:; avu 2dr.Wed! and pUlirdr1 afil 'ms'n7rftr It I I 9 person condemned ; fur the 65 tit popuk\tio who hate not printing materials have been rereivrji in i *for th* accommo'lstion of Country subscribers -

rorn Oupin's stlttcml'nt, that I: wise departments 11 persons condemned. minify enough to deposit thcirrelationi.tinder I M. SM1T1.I. there will be p\ltJJufhrcl'wt"ekly
,
: t U:< to this facinatu1g vice, cK -''"- !I the ground, or are wanting in" sufficient I Milledgc\ille.
jyonnils children AUjJUS
If" iiiflictedby on their pa- M\) 23. ptper0 be ejititleu the containing -.
trllslc'
lJI their ir dignity to tender them.that hoioigj
u S.Wm 1 or Hasters'tlK I rdiits ; for the 21 )4'11 ling departments pious. i all the original! i 1 matter of,the. daily paper :.
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eten bv then Par.\ts at their >
l. :nhliuy i ; 20 persons condemned for the 65 wise own expein "\\\\\O \Itt.it1w M1\t\ of the 'vt"'k"together wuh th PricM
Iflphuicafly, out- of the'ruo i I (;Gentlemen I hav'! not hid e.tT' from yon
l.r.ltfi departments condemned. Foreign'and Domestic
all
'opcl'5uni
News
JlI.oclut,11 of t"t- Man, who will come well I Current .
fclohlt Young _
,' su- the extent of the evil thi.ikt-have -'
I pointed
? amt ; BY
rnurct'n Lat committed b Mercantile new Ajlvertisenients, together with tf1"t
4 Ou ht nOl, then, our cenei. servants cr other recommended, either in some
OJ
out of i indubitable Causes
i one : most
Lglettnrs $ ;
null AWi> pcrgyna in" house ivtxre inhabited Room. A hue rntttcrinterrstiilg to country :.t'li ers.The
rini>n J0 guard, with they ; will of'reflexion House or Counting
in the silence
111\1.:1': t' "'St iU the 21 I I you weigh of wh,ct'iIl\ be .Four It.-'rar!
croachment ? Ala tor gftniblinjjdepurtment&351 persons and will then -of uprightness addressed to J. C. M. and left at this ot- terms j '
O.M decide AS men -
eccuuu.y, thcycnccura condemned for the 65 wise you ,.or Tureo, if paid in advjm e'.
tc"'t" :: b' ,and. proS ; icmcnta ,'.' I I and as Statt"lmcn. Itcewihl be attended' per-annum .
355 persons c'njeJed.: that FcilagoI& 4th June 12l8-12.-3t 1 Sav&niuh, IBiu AUfcii 1U23
.i I.rn::( the! solemn declaration, I ,






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REWARD.WHEREAS NOTlCfi I? HEREBY 'ro 'u1' '
Tcnsacola ( r.I'tlc and } bllilSCRIKBU respectfully In- AND

D' MARTIN HU FTO, who, GIVEN, West Thi Florida number Advertiser of the ,complies lour volumes} 'I'n'' hib friends that he will still I Ladies' Literary

;t4 convicted of an attempt jnptlATon the 29th day of March, 1828, which have been published un.l.r the superintendence ; Maw Deeds, Mortgages. Hill of Sile 1 Gazee

to rob the United States' mail, broke the% JL l levied an attachment on the real oi itl present Editor and during ued tins Powers of Attorney, mid other lustru-I I ( third Volume.)

: jail ot Pensacola, or. the night of Thursday and personal property of Mr. Joseph Y whole period only ten number? hair\\)Wn'l'IC' u bearknowledges I j inuring eimb Wriling, in the most approved1 1 1! i is thus prematurely present

*t 15th May, iust. I do-hereby offer a (t Iiis absencefroiuthoCity. the usual and solicits IT our.
; Cruxat, absent at the suit of Mr. Thomas imperfections &ddiorncies'' forms, on terms; a selves before the rmntrous patrons ofI

$ r: Reward of Fifty Dollars, Wilson of Baltimore. which }ha\p. doubtless many been apparent III the.mlflI I continuance ot their Orders. ,I. the Philadelphia Alb-.iin, and the readinf

1 fbr Heury Wilson, ner it ha bocn conducted, he cannot but hope \V. l-lasellIIunt. i:|: jmhh'c generally, with a Prospectus of tl|
the re-apprehension ana delivery of creditfr Ins assidu.ryreal :
he claim 1 Volume which will
saill U. S. Marshal or the that may justly and for Ins (.e )tcpndr3'urs I Pensacola, 26ih March, 1828. 3d commence onith th,
Florida and in its management ( of June next. The liberal manner
Western District of refaction. 011114 and 111- in

MARTIN HUTTO, Pensacola, 1st April 1&2ti.3tf.HEA.8"rOlt" experienced to,give he undertook the publication ot ::1 COMMERCIAL U TEL. which the work has been hitherto cneO l1'.
; distrust as to hr a lh-1 j aged, the letter of congratulation whit
much
rJ' t. public journal with .
to any Marshal or Jailor of the \J. States- S &c. ti.8 to discharge the arduous and responsible i I 'InHIS House, lately occupied by Ilaj'r.Ji. we are daily in the h-bit of receiving

: .J : Said 11UTTO is about BIZ feet high. duties which would devolve on him but with a I THOMASVuiuziT', was epcned on from our numerous subscribers,and above

)fj stout built, dark complexion ; has large THE Subscriber has just received per | firm deterirrihatiou, by industry and pcrscACranre the 16th of February, by time Subscriber ; all the flattering testimonials of .nmrntn.
from Ntw Orleans,-making I to acqtitrv tIe experience he needed ando I who respectfully solicits a share ofthe Patronage -
blnck bad
whiskers, and a very counte dation which have been 10 generally
his own talents! be they 1 1p.'rr of the Public. All which the localities and
his assortment of Sea Storet very ptaini or fall utmu -
It is that he hat madef9'fr
nance. ed in tne
it supposed publicly ? editorial
the expre .
'.! He has steadily pursued shall coumns
( be
: complete : | 80 afford studiously provided,
for Mobile, and intends to take shipping wliirh he thought correct, and, solely i of our brother publishers, induew
course and
mid devoted the
to
attention quiet
Macaroni in baskets
t- from. that place for the North. 1, rep"tisihlr (tur the errors and weakne:es 6f: every to believe tii.it the work has obtained
liwuse
favour the
comfort of those who will *
Vermicelli in i boxc
I' \v. Basell Hunt the Editorial departrtent of the Gazette, be character both at home and bro dwhicx
i with )
cheese a preference.
Gruyere [: hopes l that a small rortion of praiso may bQ I j Ilf it is creditably sustained, will
1" t 4}: Pest Master. Patte grasse do. awarded to him, for ai honest eXl'rerslOn ofliis An excellent BKIiard Table, attached to &Jot dll-

iJ; Jf' 'Post Office. Pensacola Raisins, Pnines, Almonds opinion?, and f for his 'arnest enqlcaor8 to aduice establishment, occupying a separate : honor he reputation of American '.fli5Ce.

; : t; Florida, 16th May 1828 5l Cr.ampaigne Wine %'; the interests oftie City and of the Tciritor building will contribute to aurusenientwith- |. l Uneoua literature, and entitle it to a flit

l Famil lour ). f"but interfering with the good ortler and portion of that munificent patruna- '
(QjHuUo was accompanied his escape liaVe received rom the Community: asmnp'i I| late has been
Do do lialfbhls. We quiet ot the House, and piivate parties caw which ot years so mdlscrirn.
f1: Ijy Enoch Hoye who has yesterday received encr,ira!PDieut and support, as, under accommodated with distinct inately lavished woks of
Coffee be always a upon an unit,
Salt!
: Sugar, Fork had right to t-x- I
forty.nine lashes and stood in the existing rircumStances, we a tire charac er. Since the con/neiiceroei7t
.; i' hours for the of 'Mackerel, No. 1, and) No. 2- h pert and to many indiuduals we are imUbted I sittfngrooin.
Pillory two crime Uurgk' There the tfT the best of this two
rr Superior Goslu Butter lor hI I thrir exertioi-s to serve us.!)y increaMiie the : is on premises, one miscellany, years ugo, a host

... .': lary.- -10-3t Best Cincinnati covered Hams cimilation of oir paper and lea\urmg to I Stables in the place, wf.eie'Horses Jhftli be weekly publications professing; similar

j ; .6: Bacon &c. promote the iiiteirsts of jur otahlislimeiit. Ttliese strict!. attended to. ends and advocating similar principle.
Middling I
1d' ; :' Notice is hereby Given, t and to all toe wb>have really patrui.i; ed l lI JOHN GARNIER. have started up in almost every town and
Julius
J, Dtp HAT at the next Te-m of the Hon.I.J. Pescay. I us, we tender our grateful aeknowlt'lf-etnt'lIl ; village in the Union. It is with kati fac.

.i'. a the County Court, 1 will present the Feneacola, 26th. 'cby 132/-50-tf. t bHt it isuKotcss to Tcreixc out selves and oth*T3 TERMS, tion, we discern that the appetite for

.: ';; 1: accounts and vouchers, tf apply for afinaletilement l lw concealing tht fact, that x\e nei,| ninore extended Board per Month, $ 25 literature has been whetted miscellaneous -".
the
patrona More pr r.pt pr'.nnof br -
of the Estate Thomas CornHiyns EST l3'LORID all frunFcritions. \V> have bun: anxious t Day Boaideis, 120Pinner .7't. this circumstance, Ihe. understanding ;

Pit;. senior deceased. that o-ir pa per iliould bn known, niul have, been enlightened, and the taste Q'lic.xel1t '
: Thomas A VIEW WEST FLORIDA therefore, be'ii \\illiiTg hcretotbre to extendindulgouce. Breakfast or Supper 37 :
Commyns OF | ed with a desire to peruse and .'
ncr t's per day 1 25 possess
whit inu-ntioiui
tlne who
i :: MBKAC1NG its to realtyto \VU1'tr of this character, and of : .
OO{ Testamentary Executor. R Geography Topography I patronize us, .vere not able convenifntl} to per month 20 S merit, ha.vmg .

: frensacoh, May 10th 1828-9--6t., tILl &c., with an Appendix, comply with theronditiou to pay in advance: 1'enacola. February 20th 1838. -45 tf for their ostensible nd twofold nh .::

, .--- t r.atii: of its Antiquities, Land Titles,, but it it? now tim' for: all such to prove that tIt & i instruction and ainU9 ment. The ex.ceeduiiIy ;

: i and Canals have not been ii'posiu upon our uccoinodatin: Madeira Vines' Cordials:: : cheap rate at which "'
, t '' 1.Tl' C ft. c.RECEIVED many of
,, t TOGRTHRR WITH disposition ; ;i* a in>.de of putting it, we call I these periodicals arc published, and the ',">
1tI claims upon thl'm to PlY up all arrtar.ujes, and at the per Schr. Odeans Irorn'. -
the of
I ALL persons having againt A Map nf West Florida, same time toje-ixeavor! to increase the eirrulationef amlJ'jlfl"Iriety ropics which are di"

'r ot MAWTTEL BOMFAY deceased { Exhibiting a Chart of the Coast, a Plan of our iKiper ; and not to allow onr subscription 10 cases superior Old London ParticularMadeira I used in their p3.geJ: has been pro uc.
are requested to present the same to the the list to be shoitoiicJ because we demand payment tivc of that natural conseqiencevtucii ,.

; Sub cript'r ; and ull persons indebted to of Tcnsacola tor our past t labors, and expect an assur- \ 10 Old Port Wine.me. we in particular. among oir competitor
Uity
kid estate are called on to mtke immediate I ance ftf future support. -Jor public approbation, hav beeiiio '.

ii paymerit to JOHN DE LA HUA. and the Entrance of Pensacola Harbour. To our friends in and about the City wehnvv 10 f. Cherry Brandy, Superior. largely blessed wilh -a wide and incrrav-

.lJgfnt fur the .ldmr.Cx By JOHN LEE WILLUM. nln-avs endeavored to render our cstabIishlTlcnt 20 Cordials first quality assorted in inK It is true the
.. p.iironagc. facilities
.
L-----Vl- 0 4 9 .ono cf "-a<: i ibC.f( l ct, foe ou/b fry i useful by the giarmtous expo- the ca es 1 doz. each. -i
\ Uasell Hunt.a. 1 PIU e of our exchange papers to all who felt I 10 UVine Hitterg. we enjoy in point location, and the lite :',.J.ral'y
'
Mamina
111C -r ;:, a. 8th Jan 1828. inclined to peruse them and "'Iile"e nre 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. luht-rent to the reflecting 1
of
Jackson aware that by so doing we allowed them toanticipate :3 Barrels Cherry IJounce. nature our city ; has possessed us Of '.,
Superior Court, 6 Half r many advantages of which our brethren J
what was to appear in our col Bblu. Anniseed Peppermint
''I Western District. of Florili, K. II. NlbBKT, umns, we confess we have I been attoniht'd and Cinnamon Cordial. are deprived. All these prope-ties of

{!t March Term, 1828.. B CGS leave to inform his Friends and and provoked! when remarks to our disadvantage ; For Sale byF. 1 i: good fortune l lave increased III worth and

Thomas I. former Customers, that he has recommenced have been reported to ItSl, coining abundance with the existence dour p.

1tt; Hull, .Complainant, "Ivs. business at his Old Stand, from those who, withciit patronizing us H. Nisbet. per. "he regulatcontnhutors to the

i.'J ; Romeo J where he has for sale a very good assortment in any wn .,"avc taken advantage of the use Pen!:1cJ:1. Dec. 20. 1827. work are numerous and good, am the o-
Lewis .
tP1V Richard C.k.t '
,
of of our papers. \r c trust however, that r rational donaiions which are perpetu.illr
f :
: Allen & Simeon Cook J
Uet'ts. the number of these i DISSOLUTION.IHK flowing in from thsf
Fresh itnpolilf grtitfemen, ? upon us gencro-n, of
c: It appearing to the Court, by the Affidavit Sf Seasonable Goods but
small and that of
,I a large majority IHK of literary strangeisvuh those
:%.t of Thomas FINLAT & Uusn enurutiug
ard Ballrell Esq that UicU- Received ny the latest arrivals from New, those who find our paper uninteresting, T toy, hi consequence of toe death ot from the am iticua aapirations of joulltJiil
Allen, one of the Defendants in York
th.s and Philadelphia! from the reason just mentioned will con'i- Mr. James Rusliton, is dissolved all i genius, keeps us cuns'1l1tly furniii.cil
cause, resides out of the District of the Territory 3,$ and 4 der ; perhavi.ig
4 Point filankets tnnt it is our duty to make it interesting sons with a'choice of colid
claims variety and
the !ate firm inter
in which against ,
the said: Hill is filed ; it is 7-4 and 8-4 Striped Uuffield Blankets to our friend* ill.the country,who have will I eating literature.
ordered that the said present them to the subscriber for Among our correspondents
Defendant
appear bale superior not the Same atlvantagrs from our establishment
Heavy Whitney d<* settlement, and those indented i we can enumerate
and noraraIJ1ICIS -
answer the saul Bill of the saidUomplfcinant 3 bales persons 0Wiil a
White & Drab 'Flushings as themselves. UV arc anxious
.ri: : :. on or before the first f come forward and make payment, I ess.iyibls, novelists an j put, all
: day of the Hlne and black to accommodate and to please all, a far asin
imperial
cloth ; blue as no indulgence auiioilsta win the lilted ot ..,
next Term of can be given.JAMES nil enlightenedpublic's ,
this I j
Court
otherwise the I :and mist cassimeres sutinetts our power ; and m return ue expect ;'
;il41 Complainant's Bill shall be taken pro con I Ie550. eJ ; assort- that all permanent refiilenls of*l.e City and ', 'I LA Y. I approbation, and all co.upeung t:

( "- 9t. prints; super 7-8 and super and common fancy ;its vicinity who nartakr of our co"'rieir ,1 I Pensacola_ 20th.. Nov. 1&27.-J6-ifflllitl I i in the generous- rivalry! ot talent. IF- llerrt.. .'.'
I ; 4-4
Irish linens ln!h I i is department which has not been I"f
will not to contribute J any
iaxvns neglect to thesunjuut
;;t f.li Pliutatio"fur -- ; dimities super 6-4 fancy ging of Subscriber has just received per { sustained withiifijcient.Jiutgineritit sthat c-
: our I'aperIVnsacola
!:t: t1Xt. I hams; white, yeliovsr, red and green flan Tarcli 1-lth JR2R. _JL Elizabeth Forsyth, from New Or of the e toAlili even here. were we to ,

:, ; mlH- Subscriber wishes sell his right nels ; black and colored bumbazetts.I -, .. leans, a very large assortment of Groce- credit fiie flittcric of our :_
cotempora.ries
-
.
:; 4 1.1 "Erki rjTe-eisiplion to a plantation situa printel bcmbr.zetts end Salisb !r)' flannels ries. He om rs in addition to his lormet we might have spared ourseUcs >

:. ted on 'Saint Ros 's Sound, twenty five I ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton bulb; NOTION.HE stock :- this confession. But whatever tins
.
}j'k miles from Pensacola ; together Nufh a beavertct-ns, linen cambrics ; cambric T .Jn tr.izwl i i.' authorized by Champaigiie Wine, in Baskets: of 1 dox have teen heretofore, hereafter it shall may ." .

; stock of'cRttle thereon,consisting of about I hdkfs ; Harcgchdkfs; black Italian cr. pe ; the lejjii representative! o* Jna. Ei- each, warranted superior be bettered. \Ve pledge! it with the :"t.

!:'.. One Hundred ?Jead. The Plantation I flou'iced robes ; gmfh.im lo. spulfr n"t ;. vita ZuletH.w dow of 1):1 Ant'o llri raf'r' do. Brandy of 1820. I confidence ofe perienceincreasingvears ;

consols of one hundred fend sxty: acres patent tiircd, liusVu d'upers, plain and merly: ot this city and execntnx of the Zante Currants and awakening vit-iur. i

r4r!; of good land about fifteen of which have fit red hook lHu?!lin% Madras and Rritt .I estate of said Miry) a, deceased, to offer PonchongT a do, solely the J opinion Ut-peuding'as of th- we f..-I'

k'.1 : "keen cleared. t a lidkr, .omp'y i\\\ &*, figured for sale! Prunc, very fresh for the upon ,public -" ", 1
cr.tpe j repu'aUon, anti "'
t thecirculationof
IJl consequently
<; *i'or terwis, &c., apply loliandall messes ; white, nrotui arid mixed cotton One lot and house thereon, No. 281, K-iisins ?
l !: Li! Lit hl'e white and mixed I Intcivlencia Street in this our journal, we snail be as
: AIi3.rensacola ; worried a'nu Ion City. I II AhuUI1S'f ., t siduuus to please th.it puulic, and render
J bmb'a wool do ; fi'ie linen, hose, ladieb I One tract containing 22 CabaJeria" : Medic Claret of 19JO
May 1st, 1828. out selves more j'lstly entitled to theirhenefaclions.
: 7
t!:
-
I... 7.' .rf. -- white and black cotton do., le.id, sLte of land bitniilcd betwixt bayou Tfr, and:: Tuscaloosa Kye Whiskey .-Ti.e tone of our sel1tit lIt
. rlt ...1 and black Vorsied do. plAin and eawMel the Hay of Pensacola. The niilu're: of tie : Goshtn Rutter
NOTICE.ALL will always taV.e the colcur
' cloaks, furniture check betl.tickinA' I ground is s-iid 10 he of tr.e best kind fOirniiiiIactiirinr : do. Cheese ofou.-judjj-
Ft su.1 men, andi : and
: ld.itcenty justice sfull
. pcrsous. interested :n the! F.statp pt'rfinecotton fchirlin;, oil! I cloths, hlick I bricks and the proxinnU Beef in i hfoN. f.rhmiy iiis r-iod-rators: beth
only the
: 'I'. .THOMAS Uorirs, dec'-ased, are bombaziiu-s fancj- belt ribbons, black and I "
;$ hereby notified that the Undersigned, white satin and maniul do.,54 lush make the property vPy THiatiOte.V. .. I laidvart 1 itliiss ware it Queens ; can serve to instruct -
; a.d to all
ware that
Clerk'of amuse i ij
the County Court will mgb-4 ditinask brown : S ud ; calcuhtej
i ex-officit linens super Shirt'l \ Huseli JInut. : Low for Cas't. either to en.'iihteii: the -
,: : administer on said Estate and white, understanding, or
plaid aiid I.
; to striped
pursuant ,
, : t'ensio\co1a, 'trch 2Gth.1H'2rl-l.-tf. J. the
to heart
: un Pescay. improve will be
order of the ad
; t' lion the Judge of the printed shawls and hdkfs ; printed Water I eagerfy ;
: '
4. 4 County Court. Ion I I'cnsacolaSan. llth, 1828.TOWN assiduously sought after, to adorn our
qt shawlsftncy silk dresses, nuns thread, THE 1 pa-
1I
'J: M. linen jjloveb, linen Russia I I get The atlvocacy whi-h in the oul-jt
Crupper Clerk. tapes
uiillM drab shirtings, Vu 'tXY'36 '\ OP aIOTS AG 'OLZ.1. we professed for v/omanf and which
J : cloth; blue, & red atvuuds \ .aZ1IU. : we :
i
: By J. G. Drake, D. Chrk. ALbO, "c'l ; u i.i; the new Town of )!agrmoi a I;f believe has been thc '..:': !injut cause oj'j
ti; Pensacola Fc) tlieacqirsition ot AuKU'UInjKAL : offered for Kale. j U tIC FUCCCSS of tin- journal
,3t April, 18287tf. 4 cases saddlery, assorted Tl.iplace i i" I t will ratherincrpa illS
'
LirRlUKV
I and MISCliL }
floated 8 miles from Fort St. M.-.rkson >cil than: diininiahc' in its ftlturc
9 cases UIt\\' tL- h.lts. assorted : .
LANbOUS
\i\\'I..EUGI .
I qualities : the St. Marks' conduct.
river
t. yv1c1. and 15 from Tallahas Dispas-.ioiutti cruicism, moral
: &h.tio \!li-tl'.M: i i- c&n be verse will
!,s;: I 5 trunks fine rc-idy math: navigated the ever be
:.. : t.; 1.'Dalestier & Co. t li trunks 141) &' and utl cloth'ug' boots FAHV4;-il'S i MAGAZINE is desitnud I\jwit by vessels drawing 8 feet water. I welcomed lo Iti COhllJi li. The arts and
b mell:
YS. and shoe I to c ;:i!.iiu i it'fyniitinn drawn fromAlirrrrMIC The sittutiun is high, dry and healthy ; I sc tittS sh&lllIo,1 forgotten, nor the ,

'f jos& del. Cotarro. Childrens'and boys' OLTHCKSr 'ative to the t has two Sulphur Springs in the viciniu I: brilliant witticism, or (aleastot fanrnvt lost

1" fN this case suit has been instituted and Soil leather, calf skins shoesbrowns, shoe thread, &.c. itnprrvement} tnair g-f rnent of remarkable !I one of which! is only :200 yards from the I I! in a world ot pedantry aul: mei-iphjsies.

1\ attachment issued returnable to 25 keg Virginia Tobacco .' t.nil'iIHII.CC.. of Manure, number I'uhKc Square. They are said to postcs i. III short, the most devoted atid tastidioui

k 'the Ten Superior** *oo. Couft of West Florida, May 5 boxes superior cavendish do. :and kind of atorK, LirnVmjc utcnbiJ-J, labo- gn-at medical qualities.For [ attention shall be paid botn to the matter -

I reps dairies. A": ; iU ql CU L 1 P tt.\L further information of Terms &c. nid manner little work, ujtd a laudable .- .
IJurd
I Adam Gordon, war ., tC.. [\11MJO,,!: ,tTS ; drawings and de- apply to J. G. and N. Ilamlen, Si. Marks, ambition to render it suit more dc-servinif

_flpP .Ally.fur Pltff" Pcn, pocket, sports.rien and desk I I scrjptiono of USKTUU INVTA'TIOiVS! { or to Augustus Stecle, Tallahassee. among readers of taste a.-ni a". ir.'llent.i.

.. nsacola, 23th April 1828-7-tf knives ; knives urd forks, carvers waitei S I c.:''itic.:! notices and rev'c-i-s' of such! pubj j St. Marks 10th August. 1827-24-tfMArtpNlU TheembeMi.Nhnu-nts! which shall acco'mparty '

: nd trays ; HcnningV brst needles, snut- I|i Iication? .1.s may tcfd to the! intej'e..tof- I -- the third volume of tins worfc, shill

't LAND lets and trays, pliU.l i the Hush tnd.i.an I I iou.TI'fl exceed thosi of tile
AGENCY. spurs, frpcctaclcb, I ; impr\ emeats I irj the iit former \'ohnnci.Notningviull '

. carpenter's tot>U, bi.ocmaker'a! uiul breed of DO'tf-'. TI'; ANT-lALS account E of De calteil so Hialbhall
.
; rI1LIE subscnbers have curj j ; publication the J/urmic.Mirror, out
4i ii. tice for the parchasc opened and an of F rier'bdo., stock tricks, padlocks, .shovels of such ro:u:t; and DOMESTIC I will he suspended fwn tins date. i be con-iidned intrinsically an embellishnent. .-':,

.ij4': Litndat St. Augustine the sale of and tongs, kettles, sauce pa.is. colton j i trees, jjhri'j' \ ines, plntb. sccus and 1 'rltlE AMAD.ANTl I .-If they consist II engr.ivings.they
house cards
'J'
formerly &c.
&c.Pensacola ,
f raiii" iJett d wi'l! belch to do
If j ; as arc cOI t necessary or uje-: as honor to the
occupied Cu). HS a Masonic vork will country,
by Pen-suit take the
the of
at pjuce r
' t' a scuth west corner of the public DPC. 7ib, 382"-33-If. (lit for iuihsislet, comfort or ornament, the Mirror-\vill he devoted exclusive! and. not the miserable f.iiMtb tiiatare: gt-n-
square,, with INl'OUH.VT1ON relative to their } I "':,\' imposed the '
J i where persons desiroUs to accomplish either MAIL to Masonry, and will appear on the 15tiof I I I upon unwary and the

'R'f; .t purchase or sales! of real' estate, tre ARRANGEMENT I treatment. growth, requisite i kinds of soil, this month ; and sufficiently encouraged j i. ;encrous The paper .h..lIIJe| good and
&' .
and in
.imfprin in its
.siovt whatever :
; tend te.u-j.
to 1 1JJC
r" orJg.l.
may number
'requested leave their it will
commands. I'LOHIDA MAIL. appear or about the 15th i
I J A long residence in the One increase the produce of the soil, and "..t-! of : | ; : III be the jan- as ai pre>e.f,
Territory of every tuesday at 30 o'oJoc.k every succeeding month. The nat
A. M. Vance the: K'JUAL org bin
: ECONOMY Iroma
1-J of thl'cmunJ' morediscnniiiiaie
'of Florida, has enabled the subscribers; to Departs same day at 2 ofcli A, I I'. >l.HLAIULI'.Y design of the work will be .:o f far amendedas arrangetii'MColihetyj.e
;: a larger
becommtimately to enibruc 1)1)1 itioi ot leading -
1 acquainted with near. ? MAIL. fpsertioii wi'l bo Crigiml Masonic K>s. }s ; 'natur will be fl1l'.
i alvva\s
tt ; given to such .lilICd
ly all the individual 'claims land Poetf and General veckly.ViUi
to
in thit $
Incladinpr Mobile) multne in-'I'.OiM'S i Intelligence rcl I alive
fctitf.i.f
r' : addfesseiAnd
: ,
district, as well us to their titles, locations tsuna and Miaiwippi.Hue ": h. papers, as may to the titut-on.: The wil, Jiesc vieWb m aIltrc.p..mon, \ 'C throw our.elves .
.U.&i' : ; copi'.niinicated: for publication I I hthe price the
qualities, anJ relative) lue. And the increasing be S2 in udvance upon bounty of the pulihr: SIJ
r annum
and!
every E'1edAy, at J J fJ'\(,C, H. .sovci.il AGKICULWUAL SOCIliTIIiS pf. ; it i i. '
I'citlng' none tu
j'I4l'! ( applications made, for information Departs c'very Friday at Uo'yj-K.L MALL of this ?ud other States expected that every person wh') suh- tnClJllrat'e woo shall notcoiHidtr ,\
the
' horn every part of the United States scribes for it will remit the pOhs.ua of the work "
,, amount tht1 1
1 'I A on
onitlt( M, LAM UKUimiU will .
i; \us. ; contaiu
equivalent to theuMiuuut
more as of the
especially, -
respecting estates, reception of the second subscripnon.
't.4!ii has induced them to believe sugar, that Due every tjundav at .: o'cloc, P. >?. Hr as practicable, i list of tanns, which the number a'ficisubscribing : ..I'
an establishment or third wilt
it ft. ofthi, kind, could be rendered dock Jepart every l'ttPda)' al1J saturday, It I .:are now, or may hereafter b ,tOtt BALK; forwarded. not be I To the ii'imero-rs editors: who hive s)
A. of
f. M. account their size situation .
; ; nnuiii. '
useful to the public. : to 1 .l'IICroU"iy: copu-d o.ir former .a
i and such Subscribers the) Mirror, \\)11(1 wis'i' the noticeS .
1 t.It All orders directed I :7EJP Leitcrs which other jwrticulars as may be I I -vhti liave so
liberally
II f. f _h______ h to them for crpie ore not clrpnsr- deemed useful. .: Jnmrdnlh, are requested i to give an eat ;) tti.rt' commiidd. Outmeele 'Wi
pi surveys maps or plans, as well us other wd one half hour, before the will be notice to thai l'fiet t.I to p-ase! a id u ho nave solatgvl
regular; afforded
Space For the
I
4t information, on the above subject will be timo appoiniod for the dopal'turo/of and Sterling HUAUI1CS SOLID Agents for the Mirror ar rtfspectftili) j' ) .irn lerr" t our articles into 11: f' -
of
LI
TEUAT17KE '
furnished without <:oluii.is of their '
; jounralwe
delay. Letter, postpaid the: requested tu tie their inllucncc in return ourinaifectcd 1. .
-i directed Mai!, will lie detained until tile the usefularts and Sciences, Natural I gnilg th-uiks. .. .
to the Land Agency, $t. circulation to. this \ ork. All wlm ''t i;' *tf U' that we :are :; :
next Mai! UI.!,-ss it suits History and Philosophy, Biography, procure toe
$ tufutine, will receive due :tttCI UIl. I ; the convenience I. subscribers and will become obligation will be siiii more enhanced 1-
4: of the Post Master Voyajfs? and Travels, slate of the markets, icspoftHiolc by a few insertions of ths f
JOHN 1.EElLI..IA IS, to nlail m the principal 1 Seaports, &e. &c. for them will be entitled to a prospecti5.: I : ;<
':- WILLIAM II. SIMMONS.FKANCIS them soonfcr.0CT 'TERM seventh copy. We do nut oliVrui! fschunj- in co.nparr"osi :; r"

J. FATiO. On Sunday, tile Post Office To those who have paid in advance 'or for tMis: service, hut a.s a feeble tribute ; ; .

. Dec. 27th, 1827.--44-tf will be kept for hour after TilE AU-MKHS MAUA/lNK will be the present volume ot' the Mirror, the ttbeir courtesy, for even then.thejUfe! #' *i" .
open on<
published? SKMl-MONTHLY ; the priceis Amaranth will be forwarded 10 tile full t tiun \vl: oe irncancelletl and trie same* '
the
Reference; arrival and assorting of the Mail ; three dollars, payable either ui the lime amount, Unk-ss) otherwise ordered, or the The Pmladclpri Al-j.un will conll11lJ"t

Col. Jos. M. tt trite, and letters will not be delivered out of subscribing, or on receipt of the first Mirror be resumed.03"We to be isMied\Uetl.iesdiyat SJ5' -

Delegate fro M Florid*, of the oflice at any other time On that number. That FOILM aUll SIZE has been : would ain solicit the attention :per :u.I\II'IT. invur.ubiy in advance. It 11 .:.;i

)Ir. Henry S. Tanner Philadelphia, I day. adoptedvbirli i U deemed most convnnient of Agents to lie imme.lr4lc atju-tm; nt Hilvisanl'.* inat all( IIw.,>:i to obtain! i :

!oct r Brush, Hew York, : for binding while the 'iwlilg of the of the accounts cuinmitietf to their care- : 1llih't; Yf ha'ilt., com.nciicing* witu IW

Otrnard 11. Bee, Charleston, W. llaseli Hunt. p.4i-r, hrarlly ofthelype,1 (ellti"dYlk.IJ J and those subscrioert i who have little ; first liitrntier. of Hie next, will rurvvant l efniui

Mr.eo James WiMiams. Baltimore. POST OFFICE, Post Matter. .iiid the general' execution ot the work, n) communication with Agents are reqifc.sted 01.1- : >"-, ciii.1 :iiii|; one Deal's bub-criptio

i'cnsacoU.) 1st April HUH -3-3t. will be such, as u is hoped *'di reflect' lo remit the aLrUCl"Uflt of their bills nntr.ediaiely. 'in. paper ;vijl; tiiesdrci. b'IC5

SUGAR Oll.fRS.'I credit on the Pubiisilersr and lilt A'IFF by ntiiU. Agents are ftutUof./.jd to rciuil j jin '( iiiiriy- and pt.Ouptly hn.\'ra-.Jcd. .\.1-

[, HE subscriber has for sale, a few pair T.ILI1. ( IJ7'8ft1J E E,* 'WAX : t t':: !'.\ LJONS. *; the same uunn :r. 'I > (poat pCheiiiui .Ut ) ,iI'/ if K ;" ,!/t 45,

Sugar Boilers, as a sample from thetruulufactoryand tlH fo highest price in cash, given for I Ii i Editors giving the above .1 few faser.- Those who hav received their .bills, bireet: 1'liiUd! ,Dii.i, or

can supply) shy quantity the above articles, oy' lions will ae entitled to M copy of the will add 6 J cents to the mouit: for the IV. Uisell Hunt,
work. Address /. HiC'iAnusoV
L. & Cu. ear's
ta order. F. H. NISBg1.VeicOI Julius Pescay. Agents for the present j papers, a:.J emit without .'l.reIlT.. P flyZ ja.

J. Dec, 7tb, W27'-v B-tf. \ Pcnsaeolafth Dec. 1827-38-tf pvofirieLors.L'huladelphia. Marcfc 1 1in. l.nllece"saTdt' l.&y. TInViii save much Onb criptions received Ii: the CILIe
tl'u.ble H.toi, \prill L 628. of the'fO fia .!. U"1 Tl".



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