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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 17, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
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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>.
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POBUSHF.D tTJU&LBY J7tiDue: during his natural value of, shall which not at exceed thejplace fifty whence cents the imported Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, ( P sisal, be taken, deemed and estimated

H11 :TT & T. '1.RDI.rr: life ; J>r ridt.rThat no noncommissioned squar yard shall be deemed to hate That, from and after the thirtieth day by the said appraisers, and

Publishers nflh hats of he United Mate officer, musician, or private cost fifty cents the square yard, and be of June, one thousand eight hundredand I every of them, and every person who '

Florida. I in said army, who is now on the charged thereon with a duty of forty twenty eight, no drawback of duty I shall act as such appraiser to have
and the
Territory of
of I pension list of the United States, per centum ad valorem until the shall be allowed on the exportationof been at the time purchased, and place
SUBSCRIPTION; -Year %5
of hundredand
half 'enr 3 I shall be entitled to the benefits of this thrtieth twenty-nine day June, and eighteen from that time any spirit, distilled in the United from whence the same were imported

1 50 act. States from molasses no drawback into the United States of great
Quarter rear I a duty forty-five per centum ad valo- ; as actual
Subscriptions payable in advance. I Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, 1 rem ; Provided, That on all manufactures shalP.be alloyed on any quantity of value as if the same had been entirely -

AliVKKTjsiitn.---Ever)' advertisement That the pay allowed by this act shall I jof wool, except flannels and baizes, the sail duck, les than fifty bolts,export- I ] finished. And to the value
of see width of one column and measuringnot actual value of which,at the place whence
of the
under the direction Secretary ed in one ship or vessel, at anyone of the said goods, wares, and merchandise -
than t\\elve lines of this ,fiatinsertion : '
more type imported, shall not exceed thirty-three
:
of the be the officeror
Treasury, paid to time. so ascertained, there shall
one dollar, each weekly continuance ; and one-third cents per square yard, shall ,
cents longer and wider ones at soldier entitled thereto, or to their in all cases where the same' are or
fifty ; I I pay fourteen cents per square yard. Sec. 5. And be it further enacted,
same rate. Rule and figure work, I.I.flf" authorized attorneys, at such places Tldnl. On all manufactures of wool, or shall be charged with an rid valorem

double price for the first insertion AdT [ and days as said Secretary may direct; of which wool shall be a component part, That, Iron and after the tnirtieth day duty, be added all charges, except insurance _
<'itt* --iiieit: will be tastefully displayed J" !' of June one 'thous-tul eight hundred
and that no foreign officer shall be except as aforesaid, the actual value of and also centumon
fu-ooidiiip to the nature of them, and will which at the whence and tweityeight, tlwrt'shall be levied, twenty per
place imported
entitled
said shall officer
I mauerof this size to pay; nor any the said actual value and charges
im-asnml type.
be << by ,
shall exceed fifty cents the yard, collected and .id lieu of the duties -
I square in
When insfrtrd at intervals, (that is, not in- or soldier receive the same, until p if imported from the Cape of Good
I and shall exceed dollar the
not one
f'rtr.f >}<. from the first to the Iint furnish said square new imposed by law, on window
'; f'c'n'Vrf w to Secretary satisfactory : the
yard, shall be deemed to have cost one Hope! or any place beyond same,
in'crf:carpP' '- ; that he is I t lass.! of the sizes above ten inches by
evidence entitled
I to dollar the square yard, and be charged or beyond Cape Horn ; of ten per
Hh! \iTtiseniPnr., \inounts; for dollars for
< as a new : fifteen inches five one I
the same, in conformity to the provisions thereon with a duty of forty per centum: centum if from other place or
un.thYe! always nn denmn.1.l I any
advNfll\lIJ1! of this and the tad valorem, until the thirtieth day of hundred square feet : Provided hat
'r.I !Liht'rtl l rontnrt* will bf made with j jt' act ; pay allowedby i I : country ; and the said ad valoremrates
I June hun :"ed and twenty-nine, all window
eighteen glass imported inpl-itusor
.
y ''!'.'' wh"l a'i!> to. Tlv. "ti* \)\' th vpur. this act shall not, in any way, be I of duty shall be estimated on
I that time of
and from
a duty forty-five perI sheets uncut shall be chargeable}
-i-l-'r -sed ,
W
(-nnpmlttl'C'11urps ( transferable: liable
\tl o or to attachment I I centum ad valorem. I I such aggregate amount, any thing in
Ii< tran, f1"' 'T. r.'Ht'jrvill! he promptly l levy<< or seizure by legal I ." with the same rate of duty. On vials notwithstanding
any process I I Fourth. On all manufactures >fwool, ort any act to the contrary

at. !.' t..ll h, -- ..-fc-.-...-.TI 3._ whatever, but shall enure wholly to : of which wool thill be a component part i and bottles, not exceeding the capacity : Provided That, in all cases
the personal benefit of the officer or ;i except as aforesaid, the actual value of I of six ounces each, one dollar and I white merchan-
wares or
goods
,
any ,
laws of. fl'.e T7r'-t1 Sfztrs. soldier entitled to the same this I[ which, at the place whence imported, I seventy five cents per groce. disc ,
by ad val
.suujert to ,
L _L.- _-_-.----- __,.- --,".- shall exceed one dollar: the square yard,
act. and shall not exceed two dollars and fifty I SPC. 6. And be further enacted, the duty is or shall be by

BY AUTHORITY. Sec. 5. And be farther enacted, I cents the square yard, shell be deemed to i I Ii That, from and after the thirtieth day law regulated by, or be directed to be

A... it., ",. ., That so much of said {pay as acciued have cost two dollars and tittctnts the I of June thousand hundredand : estimated or levied the value
( < .. ,\'...,.... ...,:, ..'fI".. 'One eight; upon,
::,of <: .. t'/..__..' d with
.. by provisions of this before square yard /; .of the
art other
-s:.'JVKACeN.. ; \: :r4".tii twenty light, there shall be ]levied square yard, or any

t.;> ,.mm..*""""C" .r ;r".b"J''<-';;(7 f;?>' 'r--.:..'. the third day of March, eighteen hun- rem thereon, until of the forty thirtieth per day centum' of June ad, eigh valo collected, and paid; in lieu of the quantity or parcel thereof, shall
"
-.r &" --" ..",. dred and twenty-eight, shall be paidto teen hundred and twenty-nine and from duties now imposed by law, on all have boon imported into the United

-: ., ...,1.." ., rw ._.. thp officers and soldiers; entitled to that time a duty of forty five per centum imported roofing sl.itc.not exceeding State* from a country other than thatin

-- the same, as soon as may be, in the an vaor JT). twelve inches in length, by six inches which ih<* same were manufactured

_-..._ ;, ."'HI'iC ,, manner and under the provisions before Fifth. All manufactures of wool!, or of in width, four dollars per ton ; or produced, the appraiser shall value

__-=,.:=-;: -,. r.".i \ .tp mentioned ; and the pay which which wool shall shall be a componentpart on nil such cl l'iie exceeding twelve, the s-lme at the current value thereof,
-- except as aforesaid theactiial value
shall accrue after said thy, shall be ; in at the time before such
PUBLIC No. of which, at the place whence! imported. and not exceeding fourteen, inches purchase
29.
[ ] paid scmi-annually. in like manner, shall exceed two dollars and fifty cents length, five dollars per ton ; on all last exportation to the United States
An act upilfnjeniary to "an act to providefor I
tli<* -nljus| mt"ntf rinims of persons and under the same provisions the square yard and shall nol exceei four I slates exceeding fourteen and not exceeding in the country where the same may

entitled to indemnification, under the first A. STEVENSON, dollars the square yard, shall be deemedto sixteen inches in length, six have; been originally manufactured or

nrtirleof the treatyof Ghent, and for the Speaker of the have cust., at the place whence imported I dollars per ton ; on all slates exceeding :> Produce

dUuibution amou such claimants, ofihrum House of Representatives. four dollars the squar* yar-s, and a ,.
paid, and to be paid, by the Govern- duty of forty per cent. ad valorem, shall sixteen inches, and not exceeding Sec. 9. And be further enacted,

ment of Great Britain, under a conveu- S. SMITH, be levied, collected and ();talon such valuation eighteen inches in length, even dollars That, in all cases where 'the actual value

tion between the United States and his President of the Senate pro tempore. until tne thirtieth day of June, one per ton ; on all slates exceeding to be appraised, estimated, and

liiitanic Majesty, concluded at London, Approved-15th May, 1828. thousand eight hundred and ttventy-nine, eighteen, and not exceeding twenty ascertained hereinbefore stated
on the thirteenth of November, one thousand I JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. and from that time a duty of thirty-five as ,
rt eight hundred and Twenty-six," per centum, ad valorem. I inches in length, eight dollars per tear: ; of any goods, wares, or merchandise,

passed on the second day of;\lar' h, one [PunLic-No. 31.] Sixth. On all manufactures of wool, or on slates exceeding twenty inches, imported into the United States, and

thousand eight hundred and twenty- An act in alteration of the several acts im of which wool shall he component part; i and not exceeding twenty four inches subject to any ad valorem duty, or

yeven. posing duties on Imports. I IRe except l as aforesaid l, the actual value of ,.I in length, nine dollars per ton ; and whereon tho duty is regulated by, or

Be it enacted by the Senate and it enacted in.,' the Senate and i which, at the pLace whence imported, I''i on all) slates exceeding twenty four directed to be imposed! or levied oir,

JIousc of Representatives of the. United House of Representatives nf the United i shall exceed four dollars the square yard, : inches in length, ten dollars( per ton. the value of the yard, or other
States of Arr.er'na In Congress there shall be levied, collected, and paid, I' square
States of America in And that) in the duties
Congress .I lieu of present thereof shall, by
duty of forty five cent. act vulotem parcel or quantity
per
assembled, That the eighth! section of asscmbkd, That from & after the (first until\ the thirtieth, day of June, one thousand t j i I j there be levied collected, and pnida ten per centum, exceed the invoice

tlio aforesaid act shall be, and the day of September, one thousand eight eight hundred and twenty ninf, and :| duty of thirty three and a third peri value thereof, in addition to the duty

sar-e! is herein, repealed.Sec. hundred and twenty eight, in lieu of from that time a duty ur fifty per centumad i l i enttnnt ml valorem on all important imposed by law on the same, if they

2. And be further enacted, the duties now imposed by law, on the valorem. I (imported) ciphering slates. had been invoiced at their real value,
That Commission created by the importation of the articles hereinafter Srvent/t. On woo'en! blankets, hosiery, .
mils, gloves and five Sec. And be it enacted as aforesaid, there shall be levied and
bindings thirty 7.
further
SIMan! shall! : not continue after the meir ioned there shall be levied *ol- percent I ,
< ad'altJrf"m On clothing readymade ; That all cloth whatsoever collected on the same goods, wares,
firs "\ 0'( SrplnnMcr next. cotton or
\y le-ted and paid, the following duties : fifty cent-ad valorem of
A. STEVENSON per I I cloths of which cotton shall be a component and merchandise, fifty per centum
,
that is to say : Eigllth.-On Brussels, Turkey, and the same
the
duty so imposed on
of the : m"ltPrial, excepting nankeens
Speaker: Wilton and
carpet carpptings. sevenivcents
7VOn iron in bars and
bolts rot I I I '! direct from Chiua the original goods wares, and merchandise, when
House of Reprpcrntatives. manufactured, in whoeor! in part, by roll. per 8q-tare yard. On allVeniti.inand imported -

f S. SMITH, iig, nee Ct"lt: peer pound. ingrain carpets or carpeting, forty'! ,. cost ol which, at the place fairly invoiced : Provided always,
cents per square yard. On all other kindsof whence imnorted with the addition That nothing in this section contained
President! of the Senate Second. On bar and bolt iron made i ,
,
t
pro lempore. i I
and of wool, flux said
carpets carpeting shall be construed to impose the
Approved 15th ;May 1828 wholly, -T in part, by rolling, thirty-seven of twenty percent. if imported from
hemp, or cotton, or parts of either, thirty i!I
dollars/ ton Provided, that all the Good to mentioned duty of fifty per cen
JOHN QUINCV"ADAMS.. per ; Iron two cents 'arJ. On all patent j Cipp of Hope, or from any
per square)
in lahCl, blooms, !loops, other form I fora variance between the bona
or less
printed or painted floor cloths, fifty cents [ place beyond i ir, and of ten per cent. film,
[PUBLIC-No. 30.] finished than iron in bars or bolts, except per square yard. 0 i oil cloth other! than 't I I if imported 1 from any other place shall invoice of goods produced in the manner '
pigs or cast iron, shall be rated rolled
An art for the relief of certain surviving iron in b+rs or bolts and as that usually denominated patent floor be less than thirty-five cents the specified in the proviso to the

oii'.cers; and soldiers of the army of the cordingly. pay a duty ac cloth, twenty five cents ,per square yard. square yard, shall, with such addition, eighth section of this act, and the
Revolution. On furniture oil cloth, fifteen cents
per value of the said merchandise
Be it enacted the Senate Third. On iron in pijrs, sixty two and square yard. On floor malting: made of be taken and deemed to hav cost current
ly and one half cents one hundred and twelve cents the and in the country whore the same may
House rescntatires per flags or other material: fifteen cents per thirty-five square yard,
of PcP the United -
of pounds. square: YII'd.Sec charged with duty accordinly.Sec. have been originally manufactured or

States oj America, in Congress Fourth. On iron or steel wire, not exceeding 3. Be it farther cnacted,That produced : And, further, That the

asst nailed. That each of the surviving number fourteen, six cents per from and after the thirtieth day of $. And be it further enacted penalty of fifty per centum, imposed

officers of the army of the Revolutionin pound, aid over number fourteen, ten June, one thousand eight hundred That, in all cases when the duty by the thirteenth section of the act,
the Continental Line cents per pound. which i is hereafter be
now or
who was en- may entitled to
and there shall be ]levied an act supplementary ,
eight
Fifth. On round or braziers' rods twenty ,
iron ,
titled to half by the Resolve of imposed, on goods, wares, or
pay of three-sixteenths ei :,t-sixteenths of collected, and paid: on the importationof any and to amend the act, entitled 'An
October twenty-lit f, seventeen hundred inch diameter merchandises, imported into the United the collection of duties
an inclusive, and on iron the following amides, in lieu of the act to regulate
and eighty, be authorized to receive or nail or spike rods, slit or rolled; and on duty now imposed by law. I States shall, by law, be regulated on imports and tonnage, passed tho r

out of any money i in the Trea- iron in sheets, and hoop iron ; and on iron i- First. On unmanufactured: : hemp, forty bv, or be directed to be estimated: or second day l of March, one thousand -

sury not otherwise appropriated, the slit or rolled! fo- band iron, scroll iron, five dollars per Ion, "ntit the thirtieth day levied upon the value of tha square seven hundred, and ninety-nine, and -.

amount of his full pay iu said line, or casement pound. rods, three and une-half cents of June, one thousand eight hundred and yard, or of any other quantity or par for other purposes," approved March

according to his rank in the line, to per Sixth. On nxe, adzes, drawing knives, twenty nine, from which time, five dolFs cel thereof ; and in all cases where first, one thousand eight hundred and

begin on the third day of March, one cutting knives< sickles, or reaping hooks, per ton in addition, per annum, until there is or shall be imposed any ad twenty-three, shall nut be deemed to
the duty shall amount to doll.irs
thousand eight hundred and scythes, sp-tdes. shovels, of iron i : sixty pCI'ton. valorem rate of duty on goods,
any
twenty- squares attach
On cotton, b.iirgiug1, four aril a half! apply or to any goods, wares,
six, and to continue during his or steel, bridle bits of all descsiptions, wart, or merchandises] imported into
natural cents per square yard: until the thirtieth or merchandise, which shall be subject -

i life ; Provided, That,' under this steeh'ards vices, and screws and scale of iron beam, for,,oclcet wood,chisels called, daj' of'June, one thousand eight hundredand the United States,. it shall be the dutyof to the additional: duty of fifty per .

tics, no offiVcr shall be entitled twenty nine, and afterwards a duty, of tho Collector wi'hin whose dis- .
to receive aforesaid this _
-ood screws,ten per cent ad valorem, in centum, as imposed by _
a larger five cents per square yard.Second. trict the s-.mie shall be imported or _
than
sum the full pay addition to the present rates of duty. section of this act. _
<>f a captain{ in said line. Srrenth. On steel], one dollar anti fifty On unmanufacturedflix, thirty entered, to cause the actual value
five dollars ton, until the thirtieth day And be tnactr.di
per Sec. 10. further
cents hundred and twelve pounds thereof the time aud
Sec. 2. perone at purchased, I
And be of : hundred and
it further enacted June, one thousand eight ofthe
That whenever Eighth. On lead, in pigs, bars, or sheets! nine, from which time an additional place from which the same shall have That it shall he the duty Secretary
of said officers twenty t
any three cents per pound ; on leaden shot, I of the Treasury, under the -
has received duty of five dollars per ton, per annum, been imported into the United States,
money of the United four cents per pound ; on red or white direction of the President of the Uni-
until the duty shall amount to sixty dol- I be estimated and
States to appraised ascer
,
i, as a pensioner, since the third lead, cy or ground in oil, five cents per
lars ton. ted State from time to time to establish -
per ,
tainedand' the nnmher ot'snch
day of March pound ; un tithrage oran e mineral, lead yards,
one thousand
eight hun- Third. Ou sail duck, nine t cents
,
persqu.r such rules! and regulations, not
manufactured into and such actual
Bred and twe pipes, and sugar of parcels, or quantities,
my -siz aforesaid the ; yard and, in addition thereto, '
;
the Uni
lead, five cents inconsistent with the laws of
pound. the
per value of them
as case
sum so received shall be deducted one half cent yearly, until the<< same shall every may
from whit said Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, amount to twelve and a, half cents per require : And it shall, in every such ted States, as tho President of the"
officer would} ] otherWise That from and after the thirtieth United States shall think to
be entitled 1 'I day square yarn:. case, bn the duty of tho appraisers of proper,

section of this act to and, under the first I of June, one thousand eight hundred Foitrih. On molaftes! : ten cents per gal the United! States, and of every of secure ajust, faithful, and impartial

; every pension anal there shall be ivied l lon. of all & merchandise -
ip winch said officer I twenty-eight, them! and of every other person t\ ho appraisal goods, wares,
is now entitled collected and paid on the importation }W1 h. On all imported distilled spirit, as aforesaid imported inte'F
,
snail cease after the j shall act of this fifte' ants pergHtlonflri addition to'the
act. passage of the articles hereinafter men' dirty n now imposed by law. .' reasonable ways and means in his or the United States, and just and pro.

tioned the following duties in lieu of entries of such. actual. value tberef -
their ,
Sec. 3. And be I Sixth. On all manufactures of silk, or I power, 10 ascertain, estimate, per
That it farther enacted, those now imposed by law : of which silk shall be component material and appraise lhe true and actual value, and of the square yards, parcel,

every surviving b noncommissioned Firtt. On unmanufactured, four coming from beyond the Cape of : any invoice or affidavit thereto, to' the or other quantities thereof as the' i
officer
musician, or private in cents per pound ; and also, in addition Good Hope a duty-uf thirty per cent ad I of the said' case may require, and of.such actual
5a.d: army, when thereto, forty r'eent. ad valorem, until valorem I contrary notwithstanding }
enlisted therein for p : the additional duty of five per value of of ttiem : And it shall
ever
and the thirtieth of June thousand I goods, wares, and merchandise, at the }
during the war and day one centum to take effect from and after the
ItS service until its, continued in eight hundred and twenty-nine ; from thirtieth day of June, one thousand eight time purchased- and place from I be the duty of the Secretary of" the'

thereby became termination, and which time an additional valorem dutyof hundred and twenty nine i and on all i whence the same shall have been imported Treasury to report all such rules and

reward of entitled to receive a five per cent. shall be imposed, annu- other manufactures of silk. or of which into the United States and J regulations, with the reasons therefor-

of ighty dollars' under a resolve ally,until the whole of said ad valorem ailkthall! be a component material, twentyper the number of such yards, parcels, or, to the then next session of Congress.
Congress passed May fif- duty shall amount to fifty per cent. And centum ad valorem.On '
tNOth, seventeen hundred and all wool imported on the skin, shall be es : indigo, an additional duty of five quantities and such actual value of A. STEVENSO'N

'V'ent-ei.,llt, shall be entitled timated to weight and value, and shall cents the pound from the thirtieth day ot every of them, as the case may require Speaker of theHouse '

'elve Ells ell to re. I pay t same rate of uuty as oilier import June, one thousand eight hundred and ; and all such goods, wares, and of KepresentaliTes.
; monthly pay 5n said see ed woo). twenty-nine until tl.e thirtieth of'
v ice, out of dlLY merchandises, being manufactures of
any money iQ the teasury 6'ecomf. On manufactures of woolor June, one thousand eight hundred and S. SMITH,
JlI:1 wool whereof wool shall
be
otherwise or a component -
,
It ppropriat ; to begin of'which. wool shall be a componen thirty and from that ti Jqe au additional President of the Senate, pro tem+,iore.
00 the 'hird part,(except carpeting, blankets duty .f part, which shall] be imported
day of March, one thou-" worsted ten cents each' Year, until the /1
+taad eight} hundred and .I stuff goods, bombasine, huiiery, mits whole duty shall gaunt to fifty cents per ( into the United States iu an unfinished I Approved-16th May.,- 1828. '

tiremy-six, '. glares, caps, and biudio *, the actual I. .fWld. j condition. shaH, in every such ap- : JOHN QUINCY ADAJVIS.- .

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1 : .Another Vlri- follows, dcolo much in the unsatisfactory I 1 I Stalling ; !1. John Manning ; 23 .
Common D1ush'Rde
1l Pttilltnl oJ t t. United States G1LIC\J1 'r\JRAL. northern aspect in I conjectures which are common I I Elias C. Taylor ; agreeably to thbit
recommends
of America. : a ':; .
: and o about ancient masonry. Mr. nominations respectively. .
I to a southern ono .
MAT O L preference 'I
PllOOL.
S V I It Horti bloomed very Ireelyrtnan I Greenleaf's discourse, an extract from ; James Page, to be Surgeon in lh '
I From 1 r tce'3 Trcatiit on hientions one that '
t VHEREA ; a Convention be- culture. j northeast wall, and which comes next, is remarkably free.;;'Navrfrom 23rd April, 1827.7 .-
: 'eiiiIe United States of America east'or abundance I from this besetting sin of masonic j!1 i o be Surgeons in the Navyftt&
EVERGREEN: TREES S lRUDSe others that halt produced
,.i1 His Majestythe King of the Uni- ; AND I : dry I I orators and authors. It is more rational 3rd Jan. 1828.Surgeons' ... -
r woods a
); These, if taken from the flowers when planted on very .
.' -Kingdom of Great Britain and should be planted in winter with balls I chalky seil. The Single Y eHow,and t and flit eel to be more useful than almost I ilates..1Vaters Smith, .
'I 3 md, was concluded and signed by which Wave read heard. !, 2", Benjamin F. Baeho 3 .
i frozen earth; but if taken from a Red "and Yellow Austrian, bloom l any, we or ; Augujtus
Plenipotentiaries London, onlit Mr work i A. Adee, 4, Tlwmaji Uillard.
GrcenleaPs i
" where they ,have been naturalized freely in almost any soiland with. little upon masonry
; sixth day,ot August", one thousand nursery to an upland soil, the preferable or no care.I' There are various- I published some years ago, is entitled j I Ito I To be Surgeons' ,Mates in th* tfvy .

ht hundred and twenty-seven, similar This number. ,from 3d January 1828. .
season for many kindsis the spring, other Yellow Roses, viz., the, Single a pTai -- I ;
: ; ich Convention is, word fur word,. as some evergreens fail when trans- and Double Yellow Scotch, the Yellow i also! contains a histor; al.sk'tch of the :I I, Samuel Barrington, 2, William

t.' follows : planted in autumn in a northern climate Tea Scented, the Yellow Multi- I II Knights Templars, and remarks, partIv (I Wilner, 3, Thomas L. Smith 4
r; The United States of America, and from Caesar's Commentaries: oni I William Whrlan, 5, Andrew E:
:t especially if the earth falls entirely flora, (Sbc. i!
I
' a Majesty the King'of the United from ihe.roots, and the frost penetrates -I Blajk.Roscs.'the oes'ulqralum :.the religious rites and temporal autho- ,I, KenO id)", 6, Jacob Jimeson, 7, Lew. i

,?$: ; '*igdom of Great Britain, and Ire- to the earth below them when of a Black Rose lias-long been a subject rity of the Druids. is B. Himter, 8, George Blackuell.

J, being equally desirous to pre.r planted, which it seldom fails to do in f of comment, but does not in fact Th publication is neat and attrac- I Tn be Chaplains. in the Navy.
t, a! far as possible, all tive and wish the I John P. } anncr
Northern and Middle States ; this : exist. Those so denominated are ofI we publishers SMCwss. Greenbury.

.;;t tk .indcrstanding. between the two however, may be remedied by strew- an exceedingly deep purple colo'-,wit l .- '[as3. Journal. I Ridgely, Henry H. Hayes.
t. ..._.. .)flS, with respect to the territory I First Lieutenants in
. I tile
. he North West Coast of Amori- ing litter around them, to.prevent the .some shades of black intermingled. Fine Arts.-The number of the Marlnt

Ii'f: : west of the Ston'. or Rocky frost penetrating the roots. Of these some are darker thanotlieis l\cw York Mirror for this week isI I I Corps to be Captains of Marines, by

;, onntains, after the expiration y of the, ROSES. and they vary in'point of size; adorned with an engraving of the City I I brevet, for ten years faithful service

iti'C 'Iird Article of the Convention cone No class of plauts, so easy of culture form, and in being more or less, double -I Hall which is not only faithlul to the i I 1 in one grade; to take rank'iitthe order

: ded between them on the 20th of, as this, yields more intrinsic delights &c. The author has imported proportions and details of the edifice, 1 of nominations,from 18 April, 1827.
.::1 l I Thomas
to the amateur tho diversity from those which are A. Linton, Richard T
:; :t bcr, 1818 ; and, also, with H ; every country and those adjacent but is in point of _

f.!; f! 'w to give further time for maturingasures ,ef size colour, fragrance, aid form I, there considered the darkest or blackest execution____ _- of a rharart. vprv nnir5or' i Auchmuty, James Etlelin, Parke G. ___
nn'J --r-- I Hntvl '
:tt: which shall have for their hat1r ve been varied by art toGaJ almost which have all produced flowers, to the ordinary representations of mere '.h. ,
infinite degree and in tim corrections ho is consequently able to give his Charles T. Spering, 2J Lieutenant
. :;; ject a more definite settlement of ; buildings. It seems to us to be the _:
' of Europe, above 1,400 variot'es are opinions with The darkest in the Marine Corps, to be Pir.t
!. rj e claims of each party to the said accuracy. best production of the artist, A. J. ;
Since the of of these is the La Belle Africaine Lieutenant f Mal' ..
enumerae catalogue Davis the mdst in his nls. .
,; irritory, have respectively named I distinguished .
:r; ? air Plenipotentiaries to treat and the autlH r's establishment was put to next arc the imperial, the Sable, the line in this City. The engraving is Charles F. Pauldinp, of New Ydr, .?'3:

ree concerning a renew- press, above 100 new varieties lave Black Mogul, and the Gloriosa Su- by V* Balch, a very promising artist. to be Navy Agent for the Port of .:
; temporary y been received, and the collection nw perba N irtheu.foiiow. the other The New York,: for fmJ years from the.
!'f't ; of the said Article 'that is to say : conductor ot the Mirror deserves I > r
exceeds 600 varieties varieties enumerated in the 8th of January .
;it The President of the Unite! States including 100 twelve great .credit, for ornamenting hU 182S. :' l"

:' $ America, Albert Gallatin, their kinds of China and India Roses, and catalogue, including the Tuscany, agreeable Miscellany with such productions NAThANIEL AMORV, of Massachu-! ". :,::.

l Extraordinary and 121DlsterI 15 varieties of the Moss Rose. Enduring which was a few years since the darkest ; which encourage the improvement se its, to be Navy Agent for the Port -. .',

nvoy of them do tIm -, known 'and is still Considered o ffi .
plenipotentiary to His Britannic Ma- as most rigor ; of the graphic art in our NS4COL4. .

KT"t, sty ; of the severest winters uninjured,and .'5 onexif the most beautiful roses. City, and illustrate our public build- Andrew Armstrong Pensylva. ','

And His Majesty the King of the yielding with so lillle attention such a Tricolour,or Relic lliClllce.-This ings......New York Sjptctatdr. ni;), to be Navy Agent for the Port

: Jnited Great rich accumulation of beauty and fragrance is a most singular and beautiful Rose; of Lima,for four
Kingdom of Britain andrcla'nd )
: should there is 'other that all A buck with! a cigar in his mouth, .
) : the Honorable Charles every garden possess uu at approaches ..
Right
1 ,
at least all the more conspicuous va- it in appearance. \Vhen first ex.. entered Mr. Cross menagerie last
J/ Jrant, a Member of his said Majes- Irietiesofthis unrivalled flower and it the. line red week, when Mr Cross! requested the _,
panded
;r f Most Honorable Council ; petals are a "
; y's Privy -p
Member of Parliament and Vice |. is hoped, ere long, we shall see the st iped with white, the 'colou afterwards visitor It) take the 'weed' from his from the .

!i.: president A of the Committee, of Privy i fashion followed in this countrywhich changes to shades of lilac, united mouth, lest he should' learn the mori- I The Amethyst, ,.,?;
i h has for in kies 'bad habits. -Sav. Georgian. ton, bringing
with
; : Council for Affairs of Trade and years prevailed Englandof the red and white, at which
I the varieties ... __ IT 20th of April,
training hardy climbing period is most interesting. It was =- -
Plantations and Un-
Foreign Henry
!i'I'\Ir, win Addington Esquire; ; :I of the Chinese and other twining Roses -. obtamed from a very skilful Florist in DOE Tl.C. The Earl of !

, t': Who, after having communicated against the sides of our country the interior of Holland, and by him .. Governor of the

.;' ; to each other their respective full h houses and cottages, as the profusion "m ore highly\ prized than any other From the A'ationdl Journal.bFFICIAL said to be going to
.I* o flowers which they daily afford from Rose in l his collection. The Madras
,
be in due and
: : powers found to proper "
.; r : form have and spring to autumn, gives to the retirement Frveethriar, or Eglantine.-T his die Mahah
: :
I ti agreed upon concluded NATY DEPARTMENT, \ .
of
intimidation
' of these rural sceues-a degree of delightful species of the rose family ,
\
;.::1'.i.Ii: :':...r. ART.the 1. following All the provisions articles : of thothini Floral enchantment, and throws au i is well calculated to train against the ,, The PflESIDENT 22d May, 1828.UNITED) sigoaturo to an ,

' ::if article of the Convention couL air of magic: round the spot. sides of houses or up the pillars of and OF TIlE of himself and ,
STATES by with the advice and .
::,.:; eluded between the United States of Soil.-The Rose wilh few exceptions the piazza, or to intermingle with the. 'consent of the Senate has made the Goverment. :
delights in a light fresh sail, vines which entwine bowers, &c.- While the \
i't America, and his Majesty the King f following add Promotions
Appointments
of the 'Unit d of Great not. subject to become sodden with There are a number varieties, the was in B.ihia, :
fi:!t t Kingdom in the Navy arid Marine Corps. ; : ,
! J Britain and Ireland, on the 20th rain and wet. I have found it mellow most common i is the Single! Red, JOHN a ge to New
i of'l RODSERS .in the
'* October l loam very successful in causing them which is found frequently growing in Captain choner came in
; 1818 shall be and
they are, Navy to be a C siuncr the
nm of
f!': 1 hereby, further indefinitely extendedtmd'continued to flourish* and to throw out vigorous; wild lijxutj nce by the sides of fOlds, ;''Ul'/ /lnard.I Africa, with400 yean.'V

l:t,7 in force, in the' same i shoots and abundance of fljwers ; hut L hedges, &.c:. ; the next is the Sirigle: To be in. the ed that she had

tt; f manner as if all the provisions of tho tbe Rose is by no means difficult to Blush, imported( from Europe ; alier; I Master Captains Commandants Navy.WolcottCrnuucuy L board 600 in all,

,f.1 said Article were herein specificallyrecited. accommodate to almost any soil not which follow the more rare varieties, Edmund P. but being chased :

s.JJ: saturated. by superabundant moisture. I vi'!., the S ib1oiible; ; Red, ;he} Double Kennedy, prevent capture )
Alexander J. Dallas John B. Ni-
Propagatwn.- -Tlic Ro.se is Red Double &Ju h Double' Marbled vessel, the captain
.j ,r! k;:r. 2. It shall be competent, gene i '> colson.

.f i ,'L; however, to either of the contracting i rally increased by suckers from the DoubleVltitP.f the Evergreen.; fliid To b Jfacttr Commandants in the them overboard. .,
:?
: o\ i parties, in case either should think fit, root, or by layers: ; there ;arc also many the Chinese White. Some .of these[ .1 There is uo

!: fnr't; any time after the 2Gth of October! kinds which succeed by cuttings, arc as largoas a middle! sized rosr*. Lieutenants Navy.Lawrence Rousseau Portugal of the

:if':,;; IS 13, on givJHg'duc notice of twelvemonths i hut .these are principally the Chinese: and two inches in diameter. After \V. Storer- Robert M. Rose, The Coutier ,

l'; : to the other contracting party, i varieties. They may also be increased t ViniIig these in the situation they a"reto George been despatched
Kennon Edward R.
Shu-
,y;: to annul and abrogate this Convention I by inoculating and grafting, but I occupy, the brunches miy: be lilac. Beverly tugal-, for the
Francis II. John ii.
-t t. ("and it shall in such case, he : these seldom survi.ye: bevoiidthe w third I I ulutod with numerous otl {r kinds off brick, Giegory, at the mouth of i : ''

:.t '?:j! accordingly entirely annulled! and abrogated I year<< when others should be budded I f roses at a considerable: height from Clack, Philip F. Voohees!, fienjamin[ has been supposed :
William L. Gordon.
. f from them to supply their places. tilt ground, which will render them Cooper, of the British to '
; ; after tlru-
.W:::4 expiration of tho JTarictitsfhee J To be Lieutenants in the Navyfroi?L thIs will be sad : ;
; said term of notice. are so numcr- particularly interesting.
th 1826 to take rank in
.t: AftT. 3. Nothing contained In this; \ ous, that it is impossible to give descriptions ClIINKSC I10SC3 AM) II ytJHfDS. $ April, tutionalists. ;7

j r' Convention or in the Third Article : of them in this limited work flora OJoratat.or Tta Scented2loc the order /&creplaccd, next afterLieut. Letters

: of the Convention of the 20th October Many of them, however, have brief -This exquisite vnrioty of the Jiiscd. Thomas J. Leib. Constantinople

i : ISIS, hereby continued in force{ ,, remarks attached to their names in rose is now becoming widely i disseminated Jlidship11len.Vi G. The vessels .
,, the catalogue, descriptive of their in our'. The flowersarc \VOC5cyVilliam H. Kennon, Arthur we kire ordei od
:::1t; .: shall bo constiued to impair, or in any I country. Lewis.
;, : manner affect, the.claims which either : characters. Although! the author'* double, and., of very large size Passed certain of :

::'i.;; of the contracting parties may have to'' collection is very numerous, slill the when expanded, of a flue and delicate The following Midshipmen: In.regard to the oft-repeated report ,/V'4.
be
.;. r : tiny part of the country westward oft t selections have been made with great blush red, and possess a most delightful to the Lieutenants in the Navy, of a Russian declaration:of war bavin: ..-' >.

l the Stoney or Rocky Mountains. care, and they combine a rich accumulation : odour, resembling: that of fine tea. frcm 3d of March, 1827, a nrf reached Odessa, the London Courier '***>:r :

.'! ART. 4. The present Convention l of the varied beauties of this ft produces *|js flowers throughout the to take rank follows : of the 19th of April remarks, that ',3r

':)". shall be ratified, and the ratifications favorite flower. I will now proceed year mo profusely.. I have found Henry Pinckr.ey, to take rank next r: this- does not allude to any fresh do- ,:* .:

j shall exchanged in nine mouths, or to make a few remarks relative to it more riiii.ouh: than! any other China :after* G. J. Van Brunt ; William i,1 I. duration but to the ,'eply"which the *.:

: t sooner,.if possible. some particular varieties. Rose to strike' root from cuttings. Jf J k : Gl ndYt to take rank next after Henry J St. etersburgh G.izettepubljshedto .
" )!,,1..lt Mass llose.-Of this there budded oii Musk Pinckney ; John H. Little, to Crank ilfo Turkish ..
; In witness whereof the respective are a :tlio. White Rose it j rn<.tnif sto. :is repeated!
number of varieties in color is said next after William 1\1. .Glt'ndy ; bat under
PJenipotaries have signed the same, varying to flourish Exceedingly well.!I thefotrnerdatoofMarch22,
and have affixed thereto the seals of; sizerand other circumstances. The A fine purple variety .has been latterly George P. Upshnr, to take rank next that transports, were taking in provi

their arms. one most generally known is the Re introduced to our gardens of a similar after John H. 'Llltle; William Green, ions at Odessa for the Russian army,

-- Done at London, the sixth day of Moss. The others are the Blush I delightful 'fragrance. There is to take rank next after Zach. F. Johnson I- and they were said to be hired to : J

August in the year ot our Lord one Moss, with very lingo flowers of.a n' also a variety with single flowers, and ; Timothy G. Benhani, to take 1 proceed as far as Constantinople. l
thousand exceedingly delicate colour and another with rank next after Geo. Izard, Jun. ; i The Courier .
eight hundred aDd twen by double yellow flowers, suspects that the cargoes .r.
" considered all others : Albert E. Downes, to :.:ke rank would not he found
ItL I ty-seven.. nnny to surpass ; which are yel.rarc. The Cenlifolia to he in very good' '.
,! ALBERT GALLATIV, the New Red Moss, and the Scarlet odorata, or Sweet Hundred Leaved 1L, next after Albert G. Slaughter ; Oscar condition, if they are not to touched ;

;44j: I CHARES GRANT, Moss, arc very fine ; the White} and is more double than the foregoing, BnlkiSj to take rank next after Al 1. till they reach the Turkish capital t'
;
4;>' : .HENRY UNWIN ADDINGTON. the Striped .Moss, the Small .Moss i, but its fragrance is not so strong.- bert E. Downes ; John L. Thomas, The Odessa article adds, that t:
.,
: rank Oscar Bullus ;
take after :
to next
'it t And whereas, the! said Coiveutiotp Dark Moss, Single Moss, &c., ar'C. Knight's Animating is another very ; above one hundred transports of different '. .
Charles H. Jackson take rank i :
: has been duly ratified on both parts, also much admired, and the whole sweet scented. variety. to nations have been placed at the :"

'::' ond the respective ratifications of the I form an unique collection in this family Ch. mpneys' Blush Cluster.This next after John Marshall ; Andrew A. disposal of the Commissariat depnrt- ..
" I Harwood, to take rank next after
ft t:.ttIotth! same were exchanged at London, on' flowers. is a double rose of small size, of a delicate Chas. Jackson R. Bl-ifce I ment. The government has signed :
Joseph
! the second day of April,'one thai 1i Yellow Kosfs.There appears i to blush cfllor l and the, flowers are take rank ; contracts wich several merchants and ; ;

j:'i : saud eight- uudr d and twenty-eight, exist some difficulty in making the produce in numerous. clusters. It to M'Kean Buchanan next John after Hamilton Thomas captains of ships for the material and : :I
by William Beach Lawrence Double Yellow flower well. I ; the Wine which be .tI
4 rJj Charge will was originated from the seed of the: take rank may required for

:JFt: : d'Aff:1: res of the United States at the therefore remark,, that it requires an White Cluster Musk, (probably ri- to next after Joseph 1 t. an army on .its: march m the interior >>
Blake John M. Rinker .. ):
take:
::11 1 :t: Court of His Britannic Majesty, and airy situation and does best in 'dry pregnated by accident with the pollen ; to rank of Turkey." An article from Berlin,
after Theod.
;f Jiu\1 the Right Honorable Charles Grant and gravelly soils ; and that the old. of the Blyslf l Cltiua) by my esteemed next Y. Baily' Jun. ; Hugh May 9, observes "the private letter ifi'P

II!.!. ,,t\: and Henry Unwin Addington, Es- wood should be cut out near the friend' ,the '1.atoJohn ChampheysjEsq. Pifrviance, to take rank next after !frinPcIersburh5ay: thtrli the \arvitu -' ij
Alexander M.
;i h Ji;f' quire, on the part of their respective ground every autumn, which will) ., of Charleston,Sauth ,Carolina: ; their i Mull ; agreeubly to: Turkey is considered close at hand, ''Ij, ,
; respective nominations. ,
.trttti> Government. cause a succession thrifty blooming arflj frqjB it have originate all the aud that the people: had received the
.
:i;jt\i.; \; Now, therefore, be it known, that I,, shoots. When budded on the Common race'of roses terftiad'Noisettej whiclrshotnd To bt Lieutenants in the Wavy of the news with: the greatest joy. It was .: &4'1A

;;d1i: John. Quincy Adams, President Cii;:>a, or the White Musk, it is therefore! be pljfced assubvarietlea ,' United States to take rank in the saitfjin that capital that ordershadbeeu Iih

; the United ,Slates of America have said to bloom : .-" --.' -. order.iniohic/t their names are hire given fit
; M to
.t G S exceedingly ; and) of the ney out all the sHips,of war at' ; caused the said instance .. .. ,.. ,. placed : .. ,. !
;i"iP Convention to 1 betyr one is mentioned by Lou- J,J., .! -. I Sebaato-all Which are to join the fi
; '.
:, : made public to the end that the same don, where it was budded on the eJli\i L : :\"IlSLA.NY J. ;: : :. -.Passed Midshipmen Cadwal- fleet in the Black Sea, and it is thought '..; .I" r

f'jj und every clause and article thereof ria Rose at the height of 10 feet from ':v '. _'J-, ". ;. 'lader Kinggold; 2. Sam lM.'Bred lliif. .fleet will be sent to cruise at the 'r.t1e:

.J ;;*.*. may be observed and fulfilled with the ground, in which case. it was found -4.:-Tlit-:; .:.AmaraxiikprSfasonic- = r' earidge ; s. John Graham j -4. Wil entrance' of the Bosphorus. Many '. 'to

' .n good faith, by the United States and to flower, abtmduuilv. Crcrland. ham F. Lynch ; S. Henry W. Mor* resets are fitting out at Odessa." "
/': .-The firs number of ajnonthly!! ris 6. Isaac -Sterna 1. ,Fra 1' IJI
: I the citizens thereof. The ; ; ? cii An account from Warsaw March f
following remarks are also extracted work under-1$$ tirfey has '
appearedfrom3th 6. ElIis *. Edward B .
,' In.witness whereof I. have hereunto n ; Boutwdl J; 24, speaks with
- from his MagazineThe ;' es/bfJ: Messrs. Moore & 9. JantaB T. Homaas ,lO. great rapture of the ]ltt.iJ.b(
John
set hand, and caused the seal ? E. that their "
my Double beloved .'
h Yellow Rose flowers better i on S vey.Qf; BpstaXvIta; '.in prospect Monarchwilr '! (
of the United States to be affixed. contents-are Brrphara ; 11.: Sidney Smith Lee 1
;
: jj through that
an east or west-or even a north wall a taste .anij/tyfe; rather Wifiianr pass city on his way"to
. ;superior to 12. C. Whittle '
HJ3 Done at the City Washington ; IS. Richard the and
than army, declares that he will .
on one exposed to the south ; it mo8iraa li cats.It I
this fifteenth day of May, in the Q top contains H. Morris ; 141. Robert D.Thorn- receive the \1
of
should homage the
.4 be Polish
never pruned further than afrontyfeV $=flfe'N."'Y\ nation.
; Masonic. burn15. :\
Lloyd B. Newell 16.
of our Lord one thousand eight ; Letters from ;
ou't St.
year cutting the dead and j Petersburgh i<
( Hall
irregular aboy ll'i
ron
g (
crip
o thai. John Cassin 17. Paul H.
hundred and and of : ; Hnyne alio'anQ
;
.twenty-eight that
,
shoots and unce of
thinning the.blossom fiir many
out edifice ,1.L.g
.Tm aciuonVa'raaspnicdy persons
1&. William
:: Ogden ; dmund
the Independence the United ; 19. ? distinction will
buds
it hers flowered under such shortly arrive at
; dtcour
tI, }yl\t tes iSche-necta4 O. BfcnchVd 20. flfenry T. ffIVanaw ;
; Alien*
States the \ and
fifty-seopnd.>> treatment for several years on the js, interesting? for,-hf:-.Historical among them a great i;,'
: 21. John
G.
mnty; 22.
John Quincy Adams. south and west ends of a house. It illustration. The piece ofpoelfy.l by. Frederick A. Neville Rodgers 23. Edmund; monarch and'a foreign statesmen, i'

tho President : flowers as: freely budded the Rosa ; whoe'resence will cause sur "' .
By on James Gr hQm; trie"lOlh has I great
___U page M Russell ; 24. R. R, M'MuliiD; -t;
The Grand
; l
II. CLAY of State. indica Rosa odorata prise. Duke Constantine
Secretary as does on the great bckjtt'Tfte lecture which .
- I o .... ,.: 25. JUamptpn Wastcott ; 26. 'J :!cph 'was then at. Warsaw, but his heat} .

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.. arrrwore. at L b1i::. ,.'&-iL.i field anti the President was left- to trice an early ftp, "!*! u> think kwit .'rltinr probably amottfct tq 50CO bags; at:Ore"full .""
: fellow cittteus .
i the suffrages of my : my prices of Satunby.
Nicholas the course of a canal across its entire .
iquipngt of the Emperor WiLlie lift will pass the ordeal ;' my deeds, [ I [

,Id i rr".ved in the environs of B od.r. j jWe breadth, in any portion of its whole ray conduct, my study, my patriotisoj, and Lire!?../,April 24.-Since the 21sl inst... nlrn.
t to this inclusive we have hMd 8
dnjr to
will and
ihe 1 CornPrcLtI extl'nt.n& my disinterestedness must be my
have'alivuty given III I
I only titles to p'feference : Let us then .9000 bal a Cotton sold at steady prices ; hat
-:\ I, the re port that die. Emperor I ; A1\ .-When the Florida Canal bill < them free from reproach. The Electors preserve trn-r* was less animation Center day and.today -
cletcpuined' have a belore the Senate, 'Ir. Rand lph'l ob- I and now have .
:>\;idlohs had to 1 was see thee What a useful addition, in we may perhaps less .

pul-ix roionation Warsaw; ou the jrction was. that the country was too low. I' public morality, to the words, God sees doing for some time, as the trade must be

r rtl tif i\ijyf hut this was declared( by I and tug illustration such countries was, that Holland"you niight it thee, in religious morality; therefore I well supplied by their late pw h.les. :Pott ot PenaactAa.AhHlVEO. I:
two as
be the put upon I shall behave like a true citizen, in the full Savannah Market, May 30 .- .
the -Morning Chronicle to nnd their it coulJ not be found". Tile .
general 1 extent of the words ; I will .make m>self CotlUnA fait business has been done "

;invrntioiTofthe Jews and that iiet1itrat impression was tr.at the country was 1 truiy worthy of being a candidate<< ; i will in Cotton ; though .he purchases are principally June 13M.-rScrr.'Ma/U,J.MeC.B.

Yjg&najior St. James' had it been It'velyud Hut.-TiiQte who now- have found *1 j love the laws of my country : 1 will study by speculators shippersbeing rather New Orleans, bound to ppa1acbn: 1a.
think it
known that such all eveal srasio con-'1; out the summit leveIofititc.hilIs, before (anti l strictly obey them ; 1 will shrink from unwilling to give as high prices. The sale 14thSchr.. Thorn. HeUly. St. Mtifc.

| stranirc that they were not knowu (none of my duties ; I will not sacrifice inyi of Uplands have ranged at from 10 to 11 };NTFIt ED. :
temfilatioii. [ the .i-xarainalion. When Mr. Mercer shall still less those of the people j 1 will I for fair to fair & 11 12 for
i I }rights, good $ a prime; June 14rA.-Schr/ Elizabeth Forsyth
of the ,
Chronirle
The Morning 19hj i see th Report-we mean the Official Report -
j i resist ambition and the thirst alter riches; a few prime lots at the latter price-the New Orleans. Ca/gttt. Campbell an4
that'slier
says-Lord Pruchoe is now iu Conctaninople of the Enrinf'.rs-he Harbors will find I 1 11 will be an upright man, an affectionate transactions amounting to from 12 t. 1500 Footer, Kopmannd. Hyer, A. B..AJlen.
and of
aiul vrite.s that: th English! t |oi'Mc-xrco*- are Forts with more than eight the feet Gulph wateron husband, a kind father peaceable member bales. One lot of very prime from G. Austin and Finl/y, J. 6'Neil, N. Aniory,,

there treated with the utmost | I of Society : I will"- N. Troup's plantation, whose cotton. usually J.
_ trcre tI. the bar.-St. Joseph's WitS reported to S. Hambl ton, Compton, J. Peccay, H.
Kii' 'ess and consideration; cinel l he i i j j have thirty, but on exarafuatinn only eigh- "What ado about nothing !" how many 1 commands an extra price, brought 12$ Derby, J Qutn. and Jo. Forsylb.
wasted pains and privations the Candidate and it is said 13 is now asked for it. Of Sen CLEARED.
-. thi4tiis that the Purte.is assured of the teen could be found ; 'and St. Atdrrw'stwenty. ,: will exclaim, who i ii
by no means Island the stock is light. It
very meets June 10Ib.-Schr. Vicloirt
-ipport of England in the event of; Col. White's intimations and oredictudl' -! proud of his patriotism, of his morality or with a ready suleat from 24 to 32, and Giro, NMTOilta. .
j j : results, were, of course dl'ptlld-I, upwards ..,. Cargo 12 000 brick by the Master.
I t of his
Ilussia invading her. The editor !! of the cleanness hands-"what nonsense according to quality.
says ent on supposed facts the realiy of which 1 1II in matters of election For inv 14hSthr. William Osborn, Hathora,

_ .1 dii Turks count on the support of II was to be ascertained by the survey. The part I know a shorter and less steep path from the A" }'. Telegraph Mny 24. New Orleans. Balbst by the Master.

-t Fngliind: they are deceiving thenisflves I results indicated were the inducements. to to; success of every kind.! What then ? Colton.-The activity which we recently Schr. Elizabeth Forsyth, New Ore&as.

; their} governmnntc n never I. the survey, which WHS mndc for the purpose "A little intrigue-a little puffing-a little; noticed, continued throughout the whole of Ballast by the Master.

be i imprudent as to involve the I of testing whether they could be realized money, and skillfully used-some pamphlets. last week; &..bttwe n 4000 & 5000 bile, of Schr. General J Jackson Mayo' Philadelphia
so i Hnd the itself! far from be- via Tampa Bay and Key West. Cay-
I ; urvey so all
dinners, parties, toasts, and phrase*- descriptions, wee disposed of, of whicha
1 :country:: in a war for any such objectas ing a failure, will undoubtedly lead to the !some quackery of delcripllou-wilh large proportion was taken by specula go <.3 logs cedar, 63 bales cotton, 7000 feet

.lie "defence of Turkey. most practical ,and important benefits to the le one gets popularity every he accoiupluht* tors. The finer qualities of Alabama and Boards, and 2000 staves,by J. Jrrnso'njr.-

By flr the greater pan of these rcports our Territory. More able pens than ours his! election." Uplands, have been bought lor manufacturing Sundry goods by Saund rs'and Le Baron,

I I have written so much on this subject that iti at advance. About 100 Tampa, Bay. -
reaching us continuallymodzti- We do not decide which side has fIe purposes au "
for us to more at this June Iti/A.-Schr. G. W.-Davezac, KeyWest. -
unnecessary say hales
and re-told in hun- I most probable chance ; we aim at no omen ; tint'Uplands reached 13 cents Thereis
_ td, n-writteii, a time. It is, however, pleasing' to see Mr. the characters are of our own intention, but little, either of Alabama Upland, Ballast by the Master.
different) shapes sound to us Mercer his voice the host SAILED.
dud to ofmimimnt
adding
_ to he under while
and drawn for the purpose of illustratingthe purchased HXJ cents, l the
_ J.ike the till ic-told tale ot'an ideot, [ Statesmen who have spoken of influence which Candidateship exert great sKIs have been made at an averageof June.2th.::! .-Schr. Kscambia. Burley
Vexing duB l tar adrowsy man.i'ESUAV. "Ihe able! and New Orleans.
: tin- indefatigable Delfg .te" from
_ Sc!,, or ought to possess, wvet the public! about 11J cents. A few fine Louisiana .
... Florida. Scnr. Mlltria J. McC. Baker; Appalachi-
__ ,
I JIJ': -!' ------- I behaviour of men. brought H-cents.. This description ranges,
,. ., .. .. cola.
..tk (n iCr'to.. \ I .- ot! at 11 a 12<| for the ordinary to good grades.
-f .:J : V .-e ) Ship Letters.-We have heretofore putl :l1- : -- - '
I -
-- -- =- ed much on the ?ul>ject of Ship[ Lt"ttl'r:50-we From the.National J.turnkl], May 2g. Charleston June 2.
-- have dune so because we believed it to l he a OFFICIAL. Cotlan.'Sea Island. 24 30 Santee 'rStiliscii1ie, 8
JUNEItb,1&8.; !: a ;
.:.1tfTt of importance, and that it is for the Appointments by the President the and Maine 2.) Ii 25 nd 9" .
of ; Upl 11.Cotton.
0 ; ; lust received from Boston. TIE
: benefit
-I and convenience of the Merchant, the HAVE ,
Veritf Sans.Pcur.Arrival dipt nil, and indeed, of all concerned, that the United States. ,by and with the .- Upland.The transactionswere Orleans, per Sehr., Elizabeth,

= .- -- I If law should be rigidly enforced in this respect. advice and consent of the Striate. not as extensive last as the present an addition to their assortment of Book

Falmouth. The law i i'l' explicit, and.tttf instruction? of the week. The sales and demand WPTC altogether and for lr \\
of the I. James Barbour of Mationarv ; a;;< the
: POSt Master Gnneral 1,0 Poet! Masters throughout Virginia to be f>r export at from 10, 11 a 11

. TIlt U'l'ietl! Sl.i'.eShip ralmoiith, C. the Led Suites are, I Envoy Extraordinary" and Minister ce.nts ; ftVorijc' brands will commaud: A $ a PENSACOLA BOOKST :nt.

\Vlun';i> I-"Iq", drnmaiuler, arrived I It "1. By the 17th section of the Plenipotentiary) to threat Britain.. ct. over our extreme quotations. Therewas SIGN or THE FOLIO BIBLE.

r. .t(1' s r()-., on Saturday iast. 14th. insl., Post Office act every Mister of a William ft. Harrison of Ohio, little or nothing done on speculation among which are the following :
vuize and at the close of the week the article was
:rr\\e n. nave been kiii'lly favored- with the I vessel is bound immediately on his to be Envoy Extraordinary and Minister rather drill sale than otherwise, excepting Extra Quality Russia Bound .BLANC

fJlIlJwj,,; $rrualiua, arrival at a seaport, and before he is Plenipotentiary to the Repablic prime qualities. Sea brand-The lower. BOOKS confuting of Ledgers, Journals,
Letter, Invoice, Cash, and Sales Book.
Tde t'almouth has been cruiing for the :-permitted to report make entry, or Colombia.! I qualities bring almost entirely out of mar j }'ont Blank
Books leather
hacks
'1'1tvtO ihe of Co"jnui.i ket, and the few good lots on hand being cap ,
lit days on coasts T. Watts of South
break
bulk, under a penalty of not Beaufort Carolina I and corners, feint lined with'"ncf! without
limited, there is but
Central a small stock of
; America and Mexico : very
exceeding one hundred dollars, to deliver to be Secretary of Legation, long Cotton for ation. red lines .
loucning: in her route .it 'tu' ports ol Let I opel
GiI:1JP&, :utha rna,'Tru .tit, Om<.... andVrra ; all letters, directed to any person -,! at St. Petersburgh. lxtra quality Letter and Foolscap paper .

Crux.: At Omoi, on tue 17th May. I within the United Stales, or the I Edward T. Taylor, of Virginia, Gi It and Plain edged,.

we landed Juilge Rochester C'large drs : Territories thereof, which are untfer to be Secretary Legation to the Pensacola Price ()urrent. Superfine Red Sealing Wax, .
I Best American Eagle Playing Cards, .
Affaires of the U.; S. to (inatamala ;-Juce
running over to the South !ul- of Cuba, i his care, and within .his power, and Republic of Colombia. Corrected weekly for the Pensacala Rodgers Superfine Silvered Steel Pea-

proceeded immediAtily to ihe Gulf of I; brought in hte vessel ; excepting such William O. Merrill' of. New Gazette. knives, \

Mexico, landing Air. Mason, Secretary of letters as are for the owner or con York, to be Consul of tn,. United Bagging,_ .yard few sales 25 to 29 ct,. Walker's Dictionary, .

I- Legation to :Mexico, at Vera Cruz. The signee of his vessel. States, at Cape de .Verd island, 'in Bale Rope, Ib. do. 10 lo 15 ., Murray's Grammar, Reader, IntrOdudJ '

oliject of our cruise being thus accemplish- "2. It is the special duty of every the place Samuel Hodges,deceased. Bacon, plenty 7 to 7* tion. Key and Exercises.
*-d, on the 4th June, (leaving near our anchorage Beef' bbl. 9 Son Books assorted. ,
12
Post Master to see that this Taw is Peter B. Porter, of New York to $
the U. S. sloop of War Erie, Capt. Butter, Country lb. plenty 13 to 16 cts. Hunt TardiS:

Turner with all well on board,) we sailed faithfully executed, and to' institute I I to be Secretary of \Var. Northern scarce 20 to 25 ,, Pensacola, 12th June,., 1328 ..

fur Pensacula. We have no political news prosecutions for every violation of it. Daniel )!. Christie, of New Hampshire Bees'.' Wat. lb. 22 to 25 ?

of cour.equcnce to comraunic te.j "3. If the cargo is not chiefly consigned ,- to" be Attorney of the United Cotton Upland 9 to 10 ? I *OT CE --: ..
We are happy in being able to state that ,
Coppera, by the bbl) Tb. 3 .
the Officers and Crew of the Falmouth to one person, no pet son is States,'fur the District: of New Hamp-
: are Coffee, Prime Green, by the ISHEREBY GIVEN, to all Creditor, .
ell well. considered to be and all I shire.
a consignee,
,
ba Ib lt and
?- to 18 cts. persons entitled ,to
LIST OF OFFICERS.CHARLES I letters must be delivered exceptingsuch James Woodsori. Dates of Arkan'kan9:1 Co-rnby the- CArgo, bush. sales 75 cts. distribution of the Estate of FnisciJ.. a:

L" W MORGAN EI 'J.o Cun.unindtr. as are for the owner. to be a Judge of the Superior Cordage Ib. 16' cts. 1 RQCUXBIAVK late .of the Cuunty of &% > '.
Voorhre.
E.r..
-. < utenarts.Ralph Cheese lb. 9 to 10 cts cambia deceased that their claims. an4
;
4. Only letters for one or Court of the Territory of ;\s.
C:1 Charles person
: --'I Lowndes, G. J':: Brunt, AY.rkaL1
Corn Meal, bush1, non'e *
( 100
demand will
) be barred at the expifatioa .
Y Pun firm be retained directed James Webb Florida
tinY atcr. are to as to to.be Judge
: Flour, Western bbf. 5JJ to 6 $ II of two }ears, from the date of the Order
Litut .M'arnfsC'njamill :Macombcr. the and the letters Southern ,
the
of
consignee, not to Judicial District oft Northern none of the Hon. the Judge of the County .

.Purser)arffcoi-Benjamin Thomas tf't"e.K. Sachet each individual who any have a small .t the 'f er'>itory of Florida. Gin, Holland, Gall. 1 25 to 1 50 Court, to the Clerk of said Court, to administer S

Sailing .Iffla/er.--Nathaniel W. Duke. consignment." William Allison JI'Reaof Florid, Country, ? 37 to 45 ex officio, on said Estate, unless 5 t.

Surgeunjs Mute W. Cou ie. to be of the United State I Gunpo-ft-iler, Keg 6 50 to 8 SUult' exnibited within that time, to
--George The Post Master of this City has exrrtedhimlfto ; Attorney Dry lb. 9 cts.

School .Jfas/cr..Benjauiin Hrigham.Midship7ncn. ? discharge faithfully the /'special duty" for the Southern Judicial District,in Salted 5 11. Crupper, Clerk, .-

_____ .-Pecr Turner, Pedro C. above mentioned ; and finding IOlUe difficulty '
said /Territory. Iron, Ib. 51 to 6$ by J. G. Drake I). Clet*. .
Valdcs. Augustus K. Strong, Junius J. in II') doing, on account of an alledsjed neglect _
___ Boyle, George M. Hooe, Bu hrod W Turner on the part of the Post Master at New Orleans; Henry Wilson, of Florida to ]be Lumber, Yellow Pine, M. 12 to ltij:$ Pensacola 16th June 1828144t.
: lie addressed to Mr. Dupuy the folKiwis lettcr. Marshal Red Cedar, prime 20 cts cunic ft. i .
William McBlair, Frederick Chatard, for said Southern Judicial l. Staves
\V. O.Ilhd. M. 18 to 20 -SXOflUE
Oliver! P. Giissou, William P: Jones, John POST OFFICE Pensacola, ) District. Pipe 20 to 25 .

L Spencer. John A. Winslow, Charles 30th May, 1828. ,Adam Gordon, of Florida, to be Shicgles 2/J to 5"? HEREBY GIVEN, to all Creditor'
Pierce, Nicholas B. Waters, George MeCreorr. SIR,-The of Vessels! which IS
Captain
Leather Upper, Side 4 25 &
Marshal of thfc District 'West Flo- 250: to cts. Legatees persons entitled to distribution -
regularly run between this Port and New Soul Ib. 25* to 31 of the Estate THOMAS
BoYiwlate
Captain's C/t'rk.--.John Pierce jr.Boatswain. Orleans, inform me that you do not require rida, in the place of Henry Wilson. Mackerel, No. 1. U5I. 8? of the County of Escambia, deceased

.--Edward Oldmixou.Gunner. ; I them to deposit their letters in your tran ferrect. 2 6 that their claims and demands will be : ; .
'
.-Le,,'is Parker I Office : this circumstance makes it difficult I : Jf-
James G. Ringgold of Gfebr gia 3 .
to .
i b red at the expiration of two ,. froiA-
CurptKtcr.---Increase Cht!:t. I for me to enforce the provisions of the 17th year
I
:Molasses Gal.
Sail be Attorney of the United States, for 30 to 35 cts. the date of the order of the Hon the
Maker.-Isaac
Hall. I section of the Post Office law ; and 1 have.
I respectfully to co-operation in the Middle District of Florida, in theplace Nails, cut, Ib. 9 cts I Judge of -(h.. Connty Court; to .the
I request your Wrought, ,. 18$ to 25 cts Clerk of said
Court
to administer ex officio -
them o'f William MJ
getting into the habit of complying Heat transferred.
Pitch bbl.
In the pe'cor Mr. MERCER, in the 4 $ on said Estate unless exhibited
House of Representatives of the United therewith. 1 have regularly enforced the George Naylor, of.the District! of Pork, bbl. 9 to 11 :$ within that time, to '. .

5taesun the 28th of Feh. last. on the subject I Law, so far as 1 could, ever since |,was appointed Columbia, to' be a Justice 'of the :I Pepper, Ib. 25 cts. -
of Internal I Post Master, and I haveifrt'ep: censured -* Potatoes Irish bbl. 2 M. Crupper Clerk .
Improvement, published in Peace for of $ .
the National' Intelligencer of:26th April, we by some for so doing, on the ground tlie'coupty Washington, I Sweet, busb. 6j: cts. by J. 0.- Jirake 11. Clerk. .
find the that you omit to do so. in said District. Rosin hbl. ,
4 $
following."Lot
I "
it be reflected that limitation I lam of opinion, th3t the charge of land : Clement T. .Cobtct to be.a Justice. Puce, cwt. 4! to 6 $ Pensitcnla: 16th June 1828144t.OTICE ...
a
postage on letter*, by vessels, from Pen- -
of the Pea e for the count ofVashingto'n : Rough, bush. 60 to62 cts '.
,
ofthe number character of acola to New Orleans, fe not tl'quircJ'by Gal. :
, Rum, Jam. 1 25 to 1 60 S
.: the works! to be executed, differs essentially the law, and that six cents.only should I \ : in the District of. Co'i i N. E. do. 45 to 5ORai&cns Surviving O&cer oft e.. Revolu' '.
THE
from a restriction of the surveys be charged by you on each packet or letter; lumbia. Muscatel, box' 4 to 5 $ I. Army, who received commutation -
I
designed for the sole of but as you are of a different opinion, I :r Leicis Carberry be a Justice of Bloom, 4- .. 3 to 4i' certificAtea, and the surviving1 noncommissioned ..
purpose shall the .
decision of the
request Post Mas- I the Peace for tIte" me county. Sngar, New Orleans, in.bbls. 9 cts. officers and soldiers of that
into their and ter General the
inquiring practicability on '
question. By the President. do. in hhils. 6 to 8J Armynot oh the pensim list,) who received -
probable cost. Even a specification jam, with respect, Loafand Lump Ja to 22 .:15. certificates the promised reward -

of the work to be accomplished, does Your Obedient Servant, Samuel Brents, of Kentucky to be Shot, bag, 2! a 3 $ 6F eighty dollars, for enlisting for ._

not, of: necessity involve a limitationof \ Hasell, Hunt.Post I Land Agent for the settlement and Salt, in 4 bush bags; 3:1: to 3 :$ the war, and continuing in the ser'ice.un.

I. the to which it Master. confirmation of Private Land Claims'in Bushel, : 7.. cts.Scgars til its termination, are requested part\cu.\
give
surveys may \ DUPUY, Esq., P. M. New Orleans, La. Florida. i American M. ii $ larly to send their names, and the namesof

,._ r.se.Ve ordered, by a. special act, : Spanjgh, /; 12 to' 20 .$ the places where their nearest Post

the survey of a canal across the peninsula The last Mail brought the following! very sa- The two Houses of Congress terminated Steel, German lb. 17 cf*. Offices are kept.by letters (under.cover
to
ti?factor)" reply. their legislative labors, for the present I lo to 1 8Blistered' .
ot
Crowley
k Florida. I remember that I the Secretary of the Treasury,) addressedto.
friend POST OFFICE, New Orleans, session, on Saturday night. The meeting ,. 1)5) lo 2$ Colonel
1 my the able and indefatigable! this is Aaron Ogden, at the Cit.yof
5th June 1828.SIR. S morning merely! a pro forma matter American 6 to 10 '
Washington who will be there
+ d'It'gdte from that Territory, inti matt'd .-The Captains Vessels who have and before Ibis paper will be in the hands 'tar, : bl. ,0' .,. 35 receive them. This Will ready the to

that: te!: contemplated canal would old! you that I do nn\re juire them to depo- of the greater part of even our City read. Tobicco, Chewing. Common, Ib. 6 to 12 necessity of super e4e. ;
appointing agents, transact
Le"i1, throughout, a ship channel ; site their letters in.ny Office have knowing ers the adjournment! have taJcea Cavenish, 20 to 60 tile busmen; at the/Treasury Department

t and: he even predicted that the East Iy told a thing they know to be (false and place. The House of iiepresentatiyes Ttillovv, lb. S cts. from whence the .
by-this means, properpapers
ludt; have attempted to impose upon you. When were taken by *urpri7e.. S'atu'rtlav, .by Whiskey by the Bbl.! Gal.J 20 to 30 '
; trade ol Europe well A- will be sent, free from ,.to
as as < expense ,
Captains of vessels call to deliver their letters the unusual course of Mr. S \\1rigtitecvi- ,
rneicz after : r -- T T oach individual, showing his right to.the
passing through this generally enquire if what they deliver dently the result of concert'*ni consultation -
HYMENEAL. benefit of the act of
channel, and crossing the Gulf of tome. is all they hmre ; they are also bylaw in moving a vote -thanks to the Congress lately pass-v
ed, in favor of of the above de'
Mexico would their the Speaker. Such resolution the first aiARRIED.-la Pensacola, on Sundayerun" persons
be conducted obliged, on making entry at a at-
.
by a
,
simihr work Custom House, to swear that they have delivered seftioh; of a Congress unless where .tbe last, loth instn Capt. GF.ORJE REt T.1..1, scription. ,
from
the Atlantic to the of the 3chrt Thorn, to Mia ISABELLA l'lfu.- N: R. Editors throughout the Untied,
I all letters in their possession into Speaker resigns his station i is entirely
:acific, through the Isthmus of Dancn. flEa, ofthi City. States are requested to two insert 10111
he' Post Office ;-in taking command of without precedent.-Idem, Mag 26 give .
-
The magnificence of this conception the vessel they swear to support the. Con- .. Norfolk; (Va.)'May 26th. to the above notue.

I conciliated towards it the almost !titution and laws of the United States jt Nawl.-The U. S. :Schr. Grampus, DIED- One the. 24th of February last, 'FLE .

unanimous support of rtie House. here for erf any Captains of Vessels trading Liuel.lCpm.. LatirrwBr,.bound to the- West after short illness, at Lima, Mr, JAMS S .

A generous emulation with youf place have delivered letters con-' Irrdies/wept. :: to. sea orj SAturiUy..-1k4GOn. I COOLEY, of the State of Ohio, Charge THE SCHOONER .'
should arose, who- tr ryto Law, tty layecoznmitte4pejurnand I. -' des Affaires of the United States, in Peru. J '

, ,. I be-most pi eminent, in promoting ,Sif their names and the facts were ti> Ii Covincton Pack. _
a project '1 \1\\. Departed this life yesterday after a long : '"1" .
would ;
I fraught with such treneficial 'cometo my knowledge prosecute : : ? burthen'2 Tons, about five .
and bent immediately J-wonld-therefore feel and paiuful illness, which he bore with r: .
glorious results. Well loads'with draft of
old,and a light
sir, at much of I imder. much oWigti.t.oou! if you would. E&rqctefa ktCI'JI : 21' Christian fortitude and resignation to the years ... .
cost labor, and no litHe : "O C uo" Ma1ketI&pk "well and of his father water.
give me tome information! on ibe subject. : ; i I .will heavenly Sailing Master.Jt.rlcOJ -
exposure of the health of the engi- .'"'cirg ; ana.JlaTe, since. our corr. there is $5Fe drsp sition specuUre than S. DOXKV, of the U. S. Navy. ALSO ...

neers, a survey has been made and, if -pcndenceon4 the subjecC charged only six ,for a l
r.'port speaks: truly,the summit level : ceot 6 on-jrtrViVobv your place by vessels. .rtom) your side.indeed eVery >rtD.-Suddp.nlyoD Tuesday, the 20th WILLIAM OSBORV .

ol toe Florida canal will be 140 feet ...1 amrespectfaily| ,'Sir, ':::'. h.ing :. '150 DOO dirninutio o ght, .at Ult., 'Dr. Samuel B. Marshall, Hospital S 41. .

above: that-ofthesea. But this is Your obedient'Servant. ".. least.to keep our mark atciadjr; hut .many .. Qurgeon of the U. S. Navy at this Station! ,. 55 Ton burthen, about three

the ouly not A.Jup.: are expecting a deficiencyp.2O'1b9Obahs. 51 years.-Long, bl. Patriot, May 22. .t"U4 old, is cppper.fastened and copper
impediment to its enlarge- ..: : We are disposed to tbiGi'tba'tb rf
tnm: lor Pjwf Master. 0. ".-. I- ed and in every respect a superior re*
I : ri. :s'ip channel
this will es&tdthe
for when I consumption yeaf
it \V.H.:Hu5T'Esjq.,Post Master, Pensacola. !sel' -apply to
n-> n-arlituthescaa vessel requir- I. p-. last even if our prices>> imjfcot;*1ittle. NO.T1c31.' JOSEPH FORStTH. '

irg t..Rr.tieP t deptfc more. It was not untiJ the..$ omJ weekof 5th 1828134t.Xnnt ..
of water, will not From the New Orleans Passe Jems.TRANSLATED persons having chums against the Pensarolt June, x

111 ..IIt upon he adjacent shoals. ton. THE Pctf+coLA. Ga. May last year, that the rerybcJ nip-' A'LL tate of FR AS Cisco Luuriz decease '

lg1.: e1 Wes _, plies rroithe United.States befiattto ar- Eni WQnt.er :,
: r, can 2KTTE. ed, are requested to present them to the, .
de'rly:I amore, as we confi Influence ef Cavzdidatehp on Public ..Manner rive. Therefore,after the'* :6fDext Subscriber 'and all indebted to will wen
!llought. for ., month defidenetes '-will be ; persons a Young Man, hp come :
results of
great and import
with sufficIent j. any said estate, are requested to make immediate EY recommended, cither in tome Met-
I knowledge, but to The dcnre of being chosen by the People more apparent than it nS is Mo poiiti-
that. *tentdid make men bonestaod strict in their.behavipur.. cal 'ievs of moment/' payment to cantite House or CouutmgRoom. A lire .:
/ we even here limit I JNDE LA KUA. left ttiiv .
maxim hei. dressed to J. C. M. and at atm ."
A never before publ A postscript to another letter f the
ffSVeJdls.rretion f The peninsula Kit tutor.Pensacbb fic< wall be attetided to.awaf'4th .
the .whom 21st. DAS been iroodfiiqairry
Happy People amongst every .says"There a
I u six degrees in lertb, CaadiUtte would have laid t,'hlmjelf; *.t j forcptte "'tbdAx and the. Alt may 1 15th May, 182 9lf : ic. : June, 1828-12'3'ttn .

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NOTICE IS HEREBY Cn'V:: "j\\nei\\ "Pila e1r\\\a; \:,

'f>() 1W\L1ttt. SEA-STORES, &c. SUBSCRIBER respectfully in AND

tlUFTOwno Subscriber has ju! t received per GIVEN, THE his friends, that he will still Ladies9 Literary Gazette. .
MARTIN ,
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WHEREAS THE from New Orleaiw,-making the 29th day of March, 1828 draw Deeds, Mnrtl ge'!. Bill of Sale, "

2 United convicted Slates' mail of an broke attempt the his assortment of Sea Stores very : a npHAT I levied on an attachment un .he real Powers of Attorney, and other Instru ('J Mrtl Yolrtm) ,

\ot rob the complete : of Mr. IJst'ph Y mentof Writing, in the raoit approvedforms I is thus prematurely we present :
jail of Pensacola, or the night of Thursday and personal property IT OUNselv ,.
Macaroni, in baskets the suit ol Mr. 'I'hOIIIMS on the usual tern*; and solicits: a -" before the i.umerous patrons >< '
Cruzat absent at of
15th inst. 1 do hereby offer AJReirard 'I .
May, :
.! Vermicelli in boxes Wilson Baltimore. continuance ot their Orders.V. the Philadelphia Albm, and the reading I

m' of Fifty Dollars, Gruyere cheese Henry Wilson, \ Hasell Hunt. I I public generally, with A Prixprctus ort,,|

Patte do. I 3d Volume which will commence
for the re-ipprehension ana delivery of grasse U. S. Marshal of' lie Pensacola, 26th March, 1828. on the
Raisins Almonds I of The liberal .
Prunes
District of Flori da hth June next. manner m .


.Ii ,1.1(1 MARTIN HUTTO Champaigne Famil Flour Wine Pensacola,Western 1st April 182H.-3-tf. C O.ilI.:)IE R CMLIL (J'l'E L. which,.,.,fYPL... the.the.- ietter'ncoInratuItitrn.work. Ims been.. hitherto- --.-.etx. U.K.L.."vir.''' p.,.

: Do do halfbbls. jTM'HIS House lacely occupied by Maj'r. ; are d.-iily in the habit of- receiving'

::1Z to any Marshal% or Jailor ofthe U. Stat,.!:. Sugar Coffee, Salt, Pork THE JL THOMAS WRIGHT, was epencd on from our numerous subscriberand above

f. A Said HUTTO is 'about six feet b'.jh i Mackerel, No. 1, and No. 2- Vcim&s l\g\\1.'in the 16th of February, by the Subscriber; all the flattering testimonials of conjmtn.dation .

r stout built, dark cotoplexicn ; has large Superior <*oshtn Butter of AliHICULTU- who respectfully solicits a share ofthc Pa- which have been *') generally and _

;Li black whiskers, and a very bad cour.te"nance. Best Cincinnati covered.Hams FOUthe acquisition and MISCELLANEOUS : tr >nnge of the Public. All, which the localities ; publicly expre-scd in the editorial columns

U is supposed that he- has made Middling Bacon,.&.c. LITBWAKY, afford shall he studiously provided, of our brother publishers, indiKQJ

}ti l' for Mobile and intends take shipping K'OWLElGE."Knowledge devoted to the quiet and
, to Julius Pescay. and every attention to bclievf that the work Ins obtair *

\ from that place for the North.W. Pensacola 26th. FeDy 182850tf.WE8'r i is power,"-Bacon. : comfort of those who will favour the House (i character both at home and abroadwlncJx ai

: ;. HaseH Hunt, THE FAH UH'S MAGAZINE is designed I with a preference. i I 1! if it i is creditably sustained, will not dishonor _

b.t... Pint Master."frost to contain information drawn from An excellent Billiard Table, altnched to : 'he retv.iiation of American tniscel.

t,; TLO1UDA. AUTHENTIC SOURCES relative to thernprovement the establishment, occupying a separate ', literature, and entitle '
laneou it to
a fair
.. Office, Pcnsacola, 1 and management of remark building will contribute to amnsemrnt,with.
i
;:lf frlftrida, 16th May 1828 5 i A VIE.IV OF WEST FLORIDA, able Farms, sources of Manure, number : out interfering with the pood order and portion which ot of Ir.te that munificent has been so patronage '_ _

l QC/'Hutto: wa accompanied in his" scape EMBRACING its Geography, Topo and kind of Stock, farming utensils, laborers -: quiet of the House, and private parties 'an I I lavished years wotks mdiscrinj.
., with an Appendix, be accommodated with a disthictsitting inately upon ofaninititive ; .
<< by Enoch Hove, who ha yesterday received dairies, &c. ; AGRICULTURALIMPROVEMENTS : always charnc cr. Since the comm
forty-nine lashes and stood in the treating of its Anuquities, Land Titles ; drawings and descriptions room. ncen1ent'of
of the h(>stStAhler. this miscellany, two Yt rrirs ago, a 'host
and Canals. There is on the premises, one
fur crime of INVENTIONS
i 1: Pillory! two hours, the Burg of USEFUL ;
: I weekly publications professing
}'" .". lary. 10 Qt I TOGCTIIEU: WITH critical notices and reviews of such) publications in the place, where Horses shall be similar
.t'. ...t _INotice trictly attended to.JOHN ends. and advocating similar prn c-ples!
t .. ---- A Map of West Florida, as may tend to the interests of
have started up in almost every town anJ
,d, i is hereby Given, Exhibiting a Chart of the Coast, a Pun ofthe the Husbandman ; improvements in the GARNIER. village( in the Union. It is with satufac- :

,'r' CTpHAT at the next Term of the Hon.A breed of DOMESTIC ANIMALS ; accounts TERMS: tion, we discern that the appetite for : .
miscellaneous
.r.Jjj' < the County Court, I will present the CU-j Yensacola of such FOREIGN and DOMESTIC Poard per Month, $ 25 literature hasbee whetted by ; _

! Accounts and vouchers, ff apply for final) trees, shrubs, vines, plants. seeds and Day Boarders, 20 this circumstance, the
fi understanding
settlement of the Estate Thomas Commy and the Entrance cf: Pen acob Harbour. grains, as are considered necessary or useful Dinner 75 been enlightened, and the taste has
Kr JOHN LEK; WILLIAMS. for subsistence, comfort or ornament 37 quieten-
senior deceased.
tt. ns Breakfast or Supper $
Just received salt h1w. ed with a desire to peru e and
fur posses ..
with INFORMATION relative to their 1 25
;t Thomas Commyns Horses per day works of this character, and of
,
merit .
Uasell Hunt. haying ,
treatment, growthrequisite kinds of s>ol: per mouthpencolaFebriiary 20
for their ostensible and
Testamentary Eucutor.i' Pen wnla. 8th Jan. 1828. &c. ; and in short whatever may tend tft 20th, 1828.-45 tf. twofold emls.

:&i Pensacola, May 10th 1828-!9.-6t. ncrease: the produce of the awl, and advance instruction__....1.1._ _i.and...._ amusement._..' ..6 ...I.L The_ ex:- i414Y

ff'.i; : F. H. NISBET" couritv.'Instrtion the. RURAL ECONOMY of the Madeira Wines, Cordials lite.I (these; :ttLIIIgIy periodicals c.ueai 16&\'I.n are published WHICH<< ,many and the Qr''' -: ,JarntJ'IIIK ;',

3L1.'JLa. EGS leave to inform his Friends and ) tCEIVED per Schr. Orleans from variety oftopic'i which aredij.: ,
will be
Jt B always given to such
ALL persons having claims againt the former Customers, that he has recommenced \> Philadelphia, cussed in their pages, has been productivc .
.. REPORTS addresses
of MAHUEX.: BOI-IFAT deceased business at his Old Stan!, papers, as may 10 cases superior Old London Particular of hat: natural: consequence, which!
be for the
communicated publication
.t.. : are requested to present the same tb the where lie has for sale a very good assortment several AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES by Madeira me. we in particular, among our competitors '.,
I Subscriber ; and all persons indebted to ofFresh 10 u Old Port Wine.
for
'
I public approbation, have been .7
r of this and other States. so
said estate a!e called on to make immediate i 10 Cherry Bnndy, Superior. tllcsse.lnha wide
rt Seasonable Goods A LAND REGISTER will contain largely and increiv
asfcir .
to JOHN DE LA KUA. '
assorted in
payment 20 Cordials, first quality It is
the
:t. ; \" 1 Jenifer the Adinntx.Pensacola Received by the l latest arrivals from New as practicable, a list of farms, whichare the cases 1 doz. each. ing patronage true, facilities 1'i
I.. .. we enjoy i in point location, and the hte. ,
hereafter beFOR SALE
'I ... May 15th, 1828-9if. York and Philadelphia.' now, or may ; 10 Wine Hitter I
.a'i of their size situation rary stamina miit-reui to the reflectingnature ;:
account ,
qualityand
Blankets
3,3! and 4 Point : 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin.
of has :Sf
such other be our city ; : possessed us of "
** 1iauy. 7-4 and 8-4 Striped Duffield Blankets I particulars as may 3 Barrels Cherry Bounce.
advantages of which
deemed useful. I many our brethren
Ir 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney do -
6 Half Bbls. Anniseed, Peppermintand
Jackson are deprived. All these
Superior Court, 3 bales White & Drab Flushings Space will be afforded for the SOLID prope ties of
Cinnamon Cordials
, :::i;:' Western District of Florida, Blue and black imperial cloth ; blue and Sterling BEAUTIES of LITERATURE good fortune have increased worth and .
Sale
For
abundance with the existence
by.fi of
: the useful arts and Science, Nat- our
;!: March Term and mixt cassinieres ; saUnetts, assort- pa-
< 1828. ural and Biogr.Lph. H. Nisbet. per. The regular contributors to the k1I
\ ': oti el ; super super and common fancy I History Philosophy, .
: ': Thomas Hull, Complainant, \ and Travels, state of the markets work are numerous and good, and the occasional -
1 Voyages
t : I IJlomeo prints; 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linct.s ; Irish Pensacola Dec. 20, 1827.
vs. in the & Stc. donations which! are
perpetually
lawns ; dimities ; super 6-4 fancy ginghams -. principal Seaports =
) I'I : Lewis, Richard C. f DISSOLUTION.THE Howmg Ill upon us from th- generosity of
4s ; white yellow, red :and green flan. ; TERMS.THE .
; Allen & Simeun Cook Def'ts. J literary strangers, with those
'r I nels ; black and colored bombazetts. FARMERS MAGAZINE will be partnership of FINLAT & RUSH emanating
tJit. H
appearing the Court, by the Afii from the ambitious aspirations of youthful
'.l 4 davit Thomas Baltzell, Esq."that Rlcl.1 ..- printed bcmbazetts and Salisbury flannels published SEMI-MONTHLY: ; the priceis in consequence of tne death ol genius, koeps us Cnstaiitlfurnished

: 1 : ard Allen, one of the Defendants in ths ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton balls; three dollars\ payable either the timeof'suhscribing. Mr. James Uushtonis dissolved ; all persons with a choice of solid and
variety interesting
" ;' ), beaverteens, linen cambrics; cambric of first claims the late firm,
!: cause, relldeout of the District of the Territory or on receipt the having against literature. Among

r.!. s44r.!...: in which the said Bill is ied it i!. hdkts ; Baroge hdkfs; black Italian crape j number. That FORM and<< :?1ZK hits been will prencnt! them to the subscriber tbi we can enumerate our correspondents

.t. r'f't'., ordered that the said Defendant ; flounced robes ; gingham do, spider nets, adopted, which is deemed most conve settlement, and those persons indebted, biorapraessayiits :; : -

: and answer the said Bill of the fuidComplainant appear patent threads, R'i"sii diapers, pliiu and nient for binding while the quality of the will l come forward and make payment, pliers, novelists and ports, all '.r
*. the
anxious '
J I > Will meed
',k: '$ on or before the first day of the fig .red book muslins, Madras and RritUn paper, beauty of the type, (entirely ; ew) II us no indulgence can be given.JAMES public's approbation, and afanenlighteneci all /,
! a hdkfs., comp'y flags, figured I competing '
next Term of this Court, otherwise the crape and the general execution: ot the: work, FItIAV.I''nao7
wm# :;:& Complainant's Bill! shall be taken resses ; white, brown and mixed cottonintI' will be such, as it i is hoped will reflect : 'Ja, 20th. Nov. 'I I ill the generous rivalry tafen It there
pro con i is department which has
been
any not
hose white and mixed worsted I 1827..36tt'I
'! fesso. ; anal rredit Publishers) and GRATIFY
;;; 8-9t. on f I
'..", !I', l mb'wool' do ; fine linen hose, ladies I ITS PATRONS.Etliton rasiiK Subscriber has sustained with sufficient judgment: it isthatof :

I.: Tlautation For Sate.HK 1 white and black cottoh do., lead, slate, I giving the above a few insertions JL Elizabeth, Forsyth, from New Orleans f the editor. And even here. were we to

l I and black worsted . \\ oe to a : i
; : '( | Subscriber wishes to sell his right: cloaks, furniture check, bcd-tick'ng, superfine I work. Address L z. RICHAIIIISOX COPy & Co. I ries. He offers in adaition his former ries, we might have spared ourselves

:= .1i,:: of pre.erlllptlon to a plantation situated cotton shirting, oil I cloths, black I Agents fur the ictors.Philadelphia. stuck :- this: confessionBut whatever this may: ., .....:..,'

:i" a.' : on Saint Josas Sound, twenty five bombazines, fancy belt ribbons, black and ( propi March 1 1828. Champaigne Wine, in Baskets of 1 doz have been heretofore, hereafter it shall ",
,
..
,: t""l I; miles from Pen acoJa.; together with a white satin and mantua do.,5.4Irish shirt- each, warranted superior be bettered. We'pledge it with the -'
.
tock of cattle thereon consisting of about mg.. .4 damask, brown linen"; super black do. Brandy of 1820. confidence experience/tncreasing, "f.:

;)3I. One Hundred Head. The Plantation I and white, plaid and striped!, Haptiste; P R O P 0 S ,4 L S 7-inte Currants and aWakeni'it!( tlr. Dt-pending'aswe t

!: ': consists of one hundred and sixty acres I printed shawls and !dkfs ; printed Waterloo For publishing in iht Cili of Mobile aufNDEPEvDExr PonchongTea do, solely upo-i the opinions of the public :/;

!i.t.i;: : rJ." of good lani1, about fifteen of which have shawls.f.mcy silk dresses, nuns thread, NEWSPAPER I Prunes, very fresh for the reputation, and consequently the .,,'j

ii';; '1. been cleared. linen gloves, linen tapes, Russia shirtings, TO BE I.VTITI.ED THE Itaisins ? circtlbti nC\f, our journal, \ve snail be as.siduous :>
I ;
; For terms, &c., apply io Almonds to please that public and render /
millVl drab cloth; blue, Scred slrouds, kc. out1it-rii \) \.ver. ? ., ,
tf thi i :; Italldal1lHs.! ALSO, i Medoc Claret of 1820Tuscano ouiselves more justly entitled to their

i .i'" Pen a'olaIav 1st. 1828. 4 case saddlery, as.sorted By W. I). WAnDKLL ft CO. | <;.\ Rye Whiskey neractions-The tone of our sentiments
7 tf.
'L'" 't'II' 1- 9 cases Brewster's hats, assorted qualities rustolH has rendered it necessary for Go hen Butter will always take the colour of our judgment .

a44'! :1' NO Editors, when tlrey throw thens.lv' on (Jo. Cheese and smcer.ty und justice shall be

-Iii:' ICE. 5 trunks fine ready made clothiag \\\f\ Community for paironuge: to !'I1ttt'' the Heel f in bbls. for family ase the only moderators on the strictures of

*"&{.t: ::! ALL persons inteirsted in the Estate 12: trunks lady and gentlemeus' boots firiticifi cby which they will be ;jrwrnedm With an additional supply of Dry Good!?; that judgment. All tint can serve to instruct .

t .'r'. TnoMis l1u..ES. decease!, are and shoes the disch-ir! : {eof their duties.Ve are Hard: ware, Glass ware & Queens ware ; and to amuse, all that i is calculated :',
r .
.j hert-by notifted ot the ,
that the Undersigned, Childrenand Republicans Jejfersw 'clloamI Sold Low for Cash. either to the
t. ..: 90Y slfocs brogans, Stc. enlighten understandingor :,
:: .tJ' Clerk of the to the
. opposed htutidm.trian
; .. : 't County Court, will ernfidondmiimter Soal leather, calfskins, shoe thread are : con- J. Pescay. to improve the heart, will be eagerly ad :.b/
: on said Estate s-lruction of the Constitution of the United
; pursuant to 2S keg a Virginia Tobacco assiduously sought after, to adorn ,/
our .
.J\I Kfl order of the Hon. the Judge of the States. as asstimd by the present Administraii I'encncn1a Jan. 11th, 1828. pa .
, 5 boxes superior cavendish do. ges. The advocacy which in the outset -
,11i
-
,; f County Court. m. We deny the power ,r'Congress!'

,;i< 1 M. Hardware, c. to carryon Internal Improvements in any -rO ;. 'N or X&A&.VOI.XA. we professed fir womar. and which we : U
Crupper Clel lr. believe has been the ofthe r ,
' Pen, pocket, sportsmen and desk of the States without their consent; hut in the new Town of Magnol a paramount cause _.... !!
::; 1i: By J. G. Drake, I). (}leJ'!(. knives ; knives and forks, carvers, waiter:;; in making this frank avowal of our sentiments LOTS offered for sSfle. This place is success of this journal will rather be ;;

' ".:: rt; Pensicola,30th and Hcnning's best needles snuf do wish it ituated 8 miles from Fort St. Marks increased than diminished ;in its future .:.. -
not understoodthat
trays to be
April, 18287tf. ; we on '
.. .'
:i"4'fe. .. - -- rrnrliirt_ ._.._.. T1ln"Q.t"AI. ...... _k S MI tin*am -.t
u. -" .n '-''''' ''''
a1j '' IiIi&.L
ters and the of the St. Marks' rlvr and 15trom Tahlahiaq- 'i.- '' .
-: : -- trays plated spurs, spectacles, we are opposed to principle I
NOTICE. carpenter's tools, shoemaker's and cur Inters Improvements, bit to the mannerin see. The river can be navigated to the fiction.and mcritoiums verse, will ever be :

i'ier'sdo., stock locks, padlocks, shovels which they are carried on. Town by vessels drawing 8 feet w ater. welcomed to its columns. I he arts andsciences ,

J.Bakstier&Co.Svs. CJose" and tongs, kettles, sauce pans, eotlon As natives Virginia and adopted citizens The situation is high, dry and healthy ; I shall not be torgonen, nor the ':';;;
: I brilliant witticism
or pleasant bon mfJt\lost '
cards&c.&c. of Alabama.wc are proud that we can t has two Sulphur Springs in the vicinity, :
del 3 I ,:;
Cotano.IN world of and
; & I; Pensacola, Dec. 7th, 1827-38-tf. conscientiously support doctrines.common one of which is only 200 yards from the. in a pedantry metaphysics. .
: tI.is Case suit has been instituted and I In short, the<< most devoted and fastidious ..
in both States, and as South rOils we will Public Square. They are said to possess i
attachment issued returnable to 'I attention shall be pad:: both to the matter '.. ;
strenuously advocate the interests of the medical qualities.For .
I the Superior Court of West Florida, May IMAILAIUtANGE.J1ENTFLOnlDA great .I :\11.1 ma1ner of the work, trim a laudable! '7J.t!
Term South, as far as may: be consstent with further information of Terms &c.
1828. ambition it still
I } to render more deserving<< \J
... those of the whole Union, which shall bea apply to J. G and N. Hamlen, S). Marks! of taste and .
readers attainments.
I
Adam Gordon, Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock, A. M. paramount consideration.With or to-Augustus Steele, Tallahassee. I among The embellishments: which shall accompany -

.lllt!!.for Phff. Departs same day at 2 o'clock, P. M.BLAKELEY respect toj the great political St. Mk!;. 10th August, 182f- -tf the third volume of this worfc, shall I

:-- -Penn_ oa., 28th April 1828-7-tf I MAIL, question which now agitates the Union, exceed those of the former volumes.

Including Mobile and the States of Lou- ,: we have no hesitation in avowing1 our sentiments MASONIC MIRROR. Nothing shall be called Sf i hat shall not

LA.l'i AGENCY.. isiana and Mississippi.Due in favor of the people's candidate, TH K publication of the Masonic Mirror, r>e considered intrinsically an embellish

C.! subscribers have opened an of- every Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, M. Gen. ANDREW JACKSON-who was 'iII be suspendedfrom this date. I inent.-If they consist ii' engraviiigs.they!

; THK for the purchase and sale of Departs everyFriday at 12 o'clock, M. done more for the south-western State THE AJCKARASTTH, I, will! be such as to do honor to the country, -

Lands, at St Augustine,in the house formerly ALL OTHER MAILS. than any other man now 1 living ; whose as a Masunic ...work will take the place ot i and not the miserable prints that! are generally ,

occupied by Col. Perrault, at the Due every Sunday at 4 o'clock, P. M. firmness, decision, and sound judgment the Mirror-will be devoted exclusively I imposed upon the unwary and the :'

WP south west corner of the public square, Depart every Tuesday and Saturday, at together with his ardent patriotism, eminently -I to Masonry, and will appear on the 15th I generous. The paper shall he good and .:!1I

? where'persons desirous to accomplish either 8 o'clock, A. M. ':I, qualify him to preside over the i of this month ; and if sufficiently encour- I uniform in its texture. The number of :

; purchase or sales of real estate, are which destinies of this great Republic. I aged, it will appear or about the 15thofeycry will be the same as at -g
.!* i acrLetters:: are Dot deposited '- I ;pages present
slt1. : requested leave their commands. In a community of Freemen, the Press succeeding month. The original I Out I row a more discriminate arrangement ',

A long residence in the Territory of: one half hour, before the regular ha a powerful influence-hence the great design of the work will be so far amendedas I tit die tye| a larger portion of'readiii 'i1

h., Florida, has enabled the subscribers to I time appointed for the departure of responsibility of the conductors ofa public to embrtce Original Masonic Essays: ; I matter will be furnished weekly. With .; ;:
i.' tie: Mail will be detained Journal. As such it shall be our unceasing ,'U;
become intimately acquainted with nearly until the Poetry ; and General Intelligence! relative I I these views anticipation, we throw ourselves ;

; i i.. all the individual claims to land, in thi- next Mail ; unless it suits the convenience endeavors to merit the patronage of'an to the Institution. The price will i I !: upon the bounty of the public soliciting '

1; district,as well as to their titles,locations, of the Post Master to mail enlightened Community. We are be 2 per annum in advance ; and it is 'I none to encourage who shall not ,

qualities, and relative value. And the increasing them sooner. aware of the arduous undertaking in expected that every person who sub. consider the possession of the work ;

applications: made for informa. which we are about to embark ; but hope scribes for it, will remit the amount on the I equivalent to the amount of the subscrip

tion, from every part of the United Slates, |r :7* On Sunday, the Post Office by industry and perseverance to succeed. I I reception of the second number after :

more especially, respecting sugar estates will be kept open for one hour after '* lls beyond the power of mortals to coamunil subscribing, or the third will not be tion.To the numerous editors who hare SO '

has induced them to believe, that'an establishment the arrival and assorting of the Mail ; success ; I forwarded. : copied our former notice >
:i1 of this kind, could be render., Ie But-"U1C'1l0 more-deserve it." to the Mirror who wis'i the generously
iI and letters will not be delivered out I Subscribers who have so liberally commended oat :
: ed useful to the \Vith this brief outline et'our principles,
pbliLj I II
i Amaranth, are requested to give an early
of the office at any other time on that this is respectfully submitted feeble efforts to please, and who have so
All orders.directed to them for Prospectus
; copies that effect.
I notice to the
! transferred our articles into
* $p of or plans,ai well as other day. to the Public, for their patronage. largely
L >if'.s,} surveys mapa Agents for the Mirror are respectfully our .b'
of their journal return
;. information, on the above subject, \ill be W. Haaell Hunt. It is contemplated that the first numberof requested ta use their influence in giving columns thanks. we that VIe are V:
Lj furnished without delay. Letters, the Observer will appear on the fir* All who unaffected Beggar*
postpaid this work.
circulation to enhanced
POST OFFICE Post Master. pro be
will still
the more
: if the obligation
directed to the Land dgcncy, St. day of October next, or sooner materials I ,
six subscribers and will become te- -':
Pensacola 1st April 1828.-3-3t. cure insertions of this prospectusWe
few .
.dllf1Uri1U, will receive due aUel un. (for which one of the proprietors.. I fur them will be entitled to a by a
aponsible
.' ., : who is professionally a printer, will start do not oiler an exchange in comparhFon
JOHN LEE WILLIAMS seventh
,
NOTICE. to the North in a few be trans. copy. for this service, but as a feeble tribut
days) can
. WILLIAM H. SIMMONS, To those who have p-ud in advance for then the obligation
Undersigned is authorized by ported to thi City in time.CONDITIONS.. to their courtesy, for even
FRANCIS J. FAT1O ot' the Mirror the
., THE the present volume will be uncancelled and the saT'
of Dna. El-
representative
legal .
: Dec. 27th, 1827.--44-tf \maranth willybe<< forwarded the full The Philadelphia! Album will connntft
4 vna Zuleta.wdow: of Dn Ant'o Mirayafor- for the will be I ordered the
: Taz OBSEBVBR City amount, unless otherwise or Wednesday at g25V
: ferences of this and executrix of the to be issued every
; merly city,
printed on an imperial sheet, with new Mirror be resumed. in advance. It II
: Col.Jos. M. finite, estate of said Mira)'a, deceased, to ofler and three times week solicit the attentionof per annum, invariably > .
handsome type, a arWe wouldagain all who wish to obtain ,.' -
advisable that
Delegate from Florida, for sale during eight months, and once a week Agents to the immediate adjustment with tfle. t
Mr. Henry S. Tanner, Philadelphia, One lot and house thereon. No. 281, complete volume, commencing '
for four months, at eight dollars per an- of the accounts committed to their care ; toward.iwvname
Doctor Brush Vew York, on Ihtemlencu Street, in this City. first number of the next, will .,
,
num, to be due on the delivery ofkthe first ,and those subscriber who have little or
Bernard E. Bee, Charleston One tract containing 22 Cabaleriaaof *, enclosing one yeai's sub&cflpUJ"
flu nber. no communication with Agents are requested
_ llr. Williams Baltimore. land situated betwixt bayou Texar, and immediately. Thpaper will he.T
James
The Observer for the Country will be to remit the amount uf their bills forwarded. A
-.1 1 the of The nature of the regularly and promptly :;I
Pensacola.
Bay I !
and contain all remitin "
the authorized to
published weekly, by mail. Agents are 1
-I StJG.lRlJk! ground is said to be of t.e best kind, for and advertisements I dress (post! paid) Jhrris & Kenny :.
the
news of the City papers new same mann r.
Street, Philadelphia! << Cr
manufacturing bricks, and the proximity sheet of the same as the Those who haver received their bill, Chesnut
his for sale, a,few pair on a .j
I '1'Sugar Boilers sample from the a 2 well as easy means of conveyance, City paper,at five dollar* per annum,pay will, add 60 cents to the amount for the I \v. IIthel/J1U22t, ,
us a must make the vauuule.W I. 1
.
property very able in advance. present year's and remit without Jigent.CT3ubscriPtioos pnsaco' ,
papers
manufactory,and can IUpply *m quantity ()ilice
F. H. NISBET. ; l-lasellllunt. Advertisement inserted at the usual unnecessary delay. This will save much received at tlvf :
tb order. -.41
2. tf. J trouble. Boston 1 i 28. I the Pensacoia Unzette, e
'EtiicDl$, Die, 7th, 1827.48.4ft. : Pensjieola, March 2Utultt'J8 prices. April :;

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