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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: July 1, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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PENSACOLA TUESDAY JULY 1st, 1828 : by none.) No. 16.
VOL. V. (Pr.ftJ"e,nn ttOlfiRttl.) .

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-PCJBLISHXD"E&Ja.T- sr&ZPP the Mint for coinage', .sWIll r- be found I. [PtJBLlO -No. 39.] f I r For the Light-house, on Smith's Certificate, and in the plats A and C
authorise the building of Light- Point thousand five hundred and the claim
of gold, the An act to seven contained in the reports -
XiS .r to contain a proportion houses. and for other purposes. dollars. of the
: Commissioners of East
shall be effected at
pubhsF! .'i frl' Latrtoflhc United Stales separation thereof of the interested Be it enacted by the Senate and For a BeacoD.Ii ht, or light-house, Florida, and iu the reports of tho Receiver -
the
and of the Territory of Florida. expense Prodded nevf.rthclesstT\nt party \ House of Representatives of the United on Pamptico Point, five thousand and Register acting as such,
therein ,
: in
TERMS. States of America, Congress dollars and for one at the entrance made in of the several
;
of is such |! pursuance acts
when the goU .
proportion That of the
\ assembled the Secretary
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of Roanoko Marshes five thousand of Congress for
the
in advance, ifr'a't advantageously providing settlement -
} )l"R DOLLVK" p" r annum that it cannot be separated -
\UI"lIf i< .t..f.rt.! .1 ".\ .uoutliD, .; lawful with the Treasury be, and he is hereby empowered dollars. For a light-vessel, to be of private land claims in Florida
shall be ,
f'Ol.LARsuinbc rcquirttl.ID it in his absence -I. to provide, by contract, for placed at or near the Point of Marsh and recommended for confirmation -
atONE consent of the owner, or,
A4ni 'f>ni ors inserted con'picuojly Ltirhi-houses and Light-ves
DOLLAR fur ('\t T\' fuurtten hues, he discretion of the Director building Shoal, at or near the mouth of iNeuse by said Commission ,and by the
for tile first iuserucD, and FIFTY CENTS. at ordinary sels, and erecting Beacons, and pla- River, six thousand five hundred dol- Register and Receiver, be, and the
coin the as an :
same
for tech cu.Kuuance-louder uues in pru- 1' to cing Buoys, on tho following sites lars ; this sum to be in addition to the same are hereby confirmed, to the
of silver. I :
p-mion. Apposite and shoals, to wit : for of the
sum already appropriated buildinga extent contained is
enacted quantity ,
ALL KINDS OF Sec. 6. And be further ,
I In the State of Maine a Light I
I the Point of Marsh
Th. the Director of the Mint may |, light-house at one league square,to be located by
a'DD: lP altr IT'IHA the requisite number of house at Dice's Head.In i at the mouth of the said river, for the claimants, or their agents within
employ !
the State of Massachusetts, a which light-house the light vessel is the limits of such claims
RECEIVED AND NEATLY EXt- : not ex- or surveys
'Kf'VL.Y Clerks, at a compensation I I
CITTED AT THE "'GAZETTL" OFFICE, AND feeding in the whole the sum of seventeen Lighthonse on Nobsque Point ; one substituted.For filed, as aforesaid, before the said
LOWEST PRICES THAT CAN UK on the Point of Flats, at the entrance ; Otter Creek
AT THE hundred dollars and such I a light-house at Commissioners or Receiver and Re
OBTAINED AT ANY OFFICE. THE SOUTHERN number of workmen and assistants, as 1 of Edgartowu Harbor ; a Lighthouse j Point five thousand dollars. cister, which location:: shall be made
OF THE UXJOH.NOTICE.
I_ PART -- L. rlr: basiness of the Mint shall, fromtamp on Dumpling rock south of the mouth : For one ou Bois Blanc, five thousand within the bounds of the original grant
time of Aponcgaaset rkrer. dollars. in quantities of not less than one section -
;o. 7. And, require.Sec. be it further enacted, In the State if Rhode Island, a.. For one at St. John's River, six I and to be beundcd by sectional
:T7 THE difficulty;( makiiic ; collections Lighthouse on Kay at Point ; and : thousand five hundred dollars ; and lines.
to ofiVr au additionali'loin ; That ir shall be lawful fur the Director i
has ir urlUCI'4U5 t SubS.ribcrs lo the Gazette, I t of the Mint to receive, and cause two Par=lmids or Spmdlesto wit : one : for one on Choctaw Point six thousand Sec. 2.:! And be it farther enacted.
to ." on a reef of rocks, under water, opposite : five hundred dollars. That no more than the
to hiit? Ins' iI Pnlrvns- .v making P ouipr i to !he assayed, bullion not intended for quantity a-
hive her,>frso: :lteicd i to Pawtuxet, and one on a reef of For placing; four buoys 4o Hud>on cres contained in a league shall
certificates square
'ind to
ed j :ouitRt! -, to cause
uu:. StiSon.; h tu nceirFOL'R DOL. be of the fineness thereof, by rocks, opposite the Pttiiham Rock, in River, on the following sites : Oneon be. confirmed within the bounds of any -
the OazM'e given
LXRme iubKcripti'Mi to I the northern part of Narra- inset Bay. reef of rocks Van \\'ea's one and confirmation
a opposite grant ; no
for
'" full llf :.11 those who really, such officer as he shall designate; ,
for ;inW.. -h.Cl'. that at such rates of charge, I r In the State of Connecticuta Deacon ; Point ; one on a reef of rocks northof shall be effectual until all the parties
p.\V Apm! will please ni e the above, be purpose the owner of said bullion light: on or near the Spinulo Roc, Constitution Point ; one on a roof iu interest, under the original grant,
o p-iid by
IIn.1! i ..nak it so far rttrosptcficc as to in- aid under such regulations as at the mouth of Black R>ck Harbor of rocks the south point of Conner's shall file with the Register and Receiver -
dude'! fie uinent jear for all those whose III the State of New York, two
Hook Island ; and one on a wreck ofa of the district where the grant
tb" .he said Director from time to
subscription commuters since muy: ,
Derrmner last AM! who, since that establish. ;; : vessel sunk in Haverstraw: Bay ; may be situated, a full and final release -
3M! line,
d..'!' hate paid Five D..Hars in dvance. flais, two miles north of Kinder Hook, three hundred dollars. of all claim to the residue detained
aa; he entitled to a credit of On Dullar ou I A. STEVENSON, upprr landing, called the Drowned For placing two Buoys, near the in the grant ; and where there

Ft thn subscription l.'r thr next' )'l'kr. (I Speaker of the Lands, and one on the point of the channel, to the eastward of the shall be any minors incapable of act-

aunt &: TardifT. I House of Representative?. t I island on the west side of the channel -I Pea Patch, in the river Delaware, ing within said Territory of Florida,

Gazette O'fice.Foixaco'a. I S. SMITH: I opposite the lower landio,. A.. viz : one on the north-east point of a relinquishment by the legal guardianshall
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2Junf', 1823.TK It
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FHq: flori'lu Herald and FloridaAdvoca'P President! of the Senate, pro tempore. t Lighthouse at a proper site, at or near : the Pea Patch, and one ori a small be sufficient ; and thereafter tho

will .,l !ieeu! '-v' giving theabjve II lyth : 1828. Portland, on Lake Eric. shoal in the passage, four hundred excess in said grants, respectively,
a few inl rtur.s in their respective papers. Approved- May, In the State of Maryland, two dollars. shall be liable to be sold as other

II, & T. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. Lighthouses g : one on Little Watt's For Spindles or Monuments, and public 1 mds of the United States.

-- ----- -- ,-.- -- -" .& [PUDLIC No. 38.] i Island, at the southeastern extremity Buoys, to render the navigation of Sec. 3. And be further enacted

Lairs of the United State An act further to regulate pro t'*.el in the of Tangier Sound ; and the other ou Kennebec bay and river safe, fifteen That all the decisions made by the
UI .- -- Courts of the Uuited Stale Clay Island, at the northeumost extremity hundred hundred dollars. Register and Receiver .f the districtof

BY AUTHORITY.PUBLIC Be it enacted by the Senate and of the same Sound ; and a For placing a buoy on Killpond East Florida acting ex officio, as

House of Itepresentatives of the United -; Beacon light, or small Light-house; on bar, in Buzzard's Bay, sixty dollars Commissioners, in pusuance of an act

States of America, in Congress Point Lookout, in the Cbesapeake For placing twenty buoys, at pro- of Congress, approved the eighth of

assembled, That :he forms of mesne lJay.I per sites on the river Teche, in the February, one thousand eight hun
process, except the style and the n the Slato of Virginia, a Light State of Louisiana, two thousand six dred and twenty-seven, authorizingthem ;
forms, and modes of proccedin in house on Smith' Point, at the mouth hundred dollars. to ascertain and decide claims

suits in the Courts of the United of the Potomac, in the ChesapeakeBay. For au Iron Spindle, on Sand Island and titles to lands in the district aforesaid -

States, )held in those States admitted ]I on the bar of Mobile Bay six and those recommended for con-
-r I into the Union since the twenty ninth I I In, the State of North Carolina: a hundred dollars. firmation under the quantity of three
i
day of September, in the year seven- :I Lightvessel! to be substituted for the For five buoys, in the channel, thousand five hundred acres, contained -
[ -No. 37.] I I.An teen hundred and eighty ninein, those : Lighthouse heretofore directed to be between Key West and the Islands in the reports, abstracts and opinions *

act to coct'nue lh. M.nt at the| City of of common law, shall be the same in built at the Point of Marsh, at the to the westward of it and the main, of the said Register, and
FHIatkiphia ami for other purposes. ] each of the said States, respectively, mouth of Nense RiverA iendinir! fiom the Gulf Stream to the Receiver, transmitted to the Secretary -

Be it enacted by lie Senate and I as are now used in the highest Court Beacon light, or small Lighthouse Bay of Mexico, seven hundred dol of the Treasury, according to law,

House of Representatives(! of the United 1!I of original and general jurisdictiction at a ruper site on atuptico lars. and referred by him to Congress, on
Mates oj America, i ii: Con gr'tss ; of the same, in proceedings in equity, i Point ; and one at the south entrance For two buoys at the( mouth of St. the twunty-ninth January one thou-

assemblca !ta' : the ;act, em Jed "An according to the principles, rules, and i of H03nokela( hes.I John's river, Territory of Florida, sand eight hundred and twenty-eight,
a-T concern.njr: the 31 mtM, approved; i i usages n which belonc to Courts of I In the State of Alabama, a Light one hundred and sixty dollars. be and the same are hereby confirmed.

March tin- third, one thousand eight i equity, and in iho."e of admiralty and house at or near Choctaw Point, in Sec. 9. And be it further enacted The confirmations authorizedby

bundled and! one, bo, and the same j f maritime jurisdiction, according to I Mobile Bay ; and] an iron Spindle on Thai tho said Secretary he empowered this act shall operate only as a release -
hereby i N, revived an;1 continued id I the principles, rules and llsages,which I I Sand Island, on the outer bar of Mobile as aforesaid and that the following of any claim had by the United

force :"ind operation: until otherwise ; belong to courts of admirality, as con- I Bay. stuns be appropriated and paid as States, and not to affect the interest of
provided! ) by law. I tra-di;tiugnijled from courts of com i In the Territory Michigan, two aforesaid, for the purposes hereafter third persons. .

Stc 2. And be it further enacted, mon law, except so far as may have Lighthouses ; one at Otter Creok I designated, vie : Sec. 4. And be it further enacted,

That I'M the purpose of ser lJring a t been otherwise provided for by acts I,Point, at the head of Lake Erie, and To bitiH a light-housp, at a proper That the said Register md Receiver


of tli.' I n.led Stales, to tho provisioiis such alterations and additions, as the near Michilimackinac the sum of six thousand dollars. remaining claims in East Florida,
of the ninth section of the act, said com ts of the United States respectively In the Territory of Florida, a To build a light-house on a ledgeof subject to the same limitations and in

P' ?rd the second of April, one thou- shall, in their discretion, Lighthouse a: the mouth of St. John's rocks, called the Whale's Back, iu conformity with the provisions of the

s. : seven hundied and ninety two, deem expedient, or to such regulations river. the Harbor of Portsmouth, in the several acts of Congress, for the adjustment -
ei\i--J! "An au establishing! a Mint, i as the Suprama Court of the Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, State of New-Hampshire, eight thou- of private land claims in Florida -

as!: *t-.unating the: cons of the United I United States shall think proper, That the following sums of money be sand dollars, in addition to a former I until the first Monday in Decem

S'-.ts," the brass nov w pound weight from time to time, by rules, to pre- appropriated and paid out of any monies iipptopriitrpii for that object. ber next, win hen they shall make a final
prvonnd! by i.'e M Mi-ter of the Uni- scribe any circuit or district court in the Treasury, not otherwise To build .a light-house near the report of all the chims! aforesaid, iu

tea S'-' tes', v.i: Londan, ill the YC<1r one concerning the satne. appropriated, fur the purpose of car- mouth of Duck Creek, adjoining J said disrict, to the Secretary of thoTreansry
th ;Ismd; fight hundred and twenty i Sec. 2. And be further enacted, rying the provisions of this act into Delaware Bay, the sum of four thou- ; & it shall never be lawful,

sten, for he use of the Mint, and I That, in any one of the United States, effect, viz. : sand dollars. I after that time for any of the claimantsto
nu'.v in tie custody of the Director where judgments are a lien upon the For building! :a Light-house on ;' Sec 3. And be itfurtiicr enacted, : exhibit any l further evidence in sup

tlR'1 eof, shill be the standard troy property of the defendant, and where, Dices Head, five thousand dollars. I That, from and after the passage of: port of said claims. And the said Re-

pond of the Mint of the United States, by the laws of such State, defendantsare For the Light-house: on Nub que : this act, the Secretary of the Treasu- gister and Receiver, & Clerk,shall ro..

conformably! to which the coinage entitled in the Courts thereof, to Point, three thousand dollars ; and sury be, and he is hereby, authorizedand ceive the compensation provied in

thereof shall he regulated. an imparlance of one term or more, for( the Pier and Light-house) at the empowered to regulate and fix: the act aforesaid, to be paid out of any -

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, defendants, in actions in the courts of entrance of Edgnrtown harbor, five. the salaries of the respective Keepers money iu the Treasury not otherwise -

That it shall be the duty of the Director i the United Stales, holden in such thousand five huncrcd dollars. of light-houses, in such manner as he I appropriated : Provided, that

of the Mint to procure, and State shall be entitled to an impar- For a Light-house on Dumpling shall deemJ'ustand proper: Provided, : the extra cunipeiisatiou of one thousand -

safely to keep, a series of standard lance: of one term. Rock, four thousand dollars. The whole sum allowed shall not exceed dollars each, which is hereby

weiri'ts! corresponding to the afore- Sec. 3. And be itfurther enacted, For a Light-house at Nayat Point, an average of four hundred dollars allowed to the Register and Receiver

s- ill troy p+wtd, consi3ting of an one That writs of execution and other final three thousand five hundred dollars ; to each Keeper.Sec. for services under and by the pro-

pou., t?' cht, end the requisite sub- process issued on judgments and and for two Pyramids: or Spindles, in s. And be it further enacted, visions of his act, shall not be paid
div s .... HId multiples thereof, from decrees, rendered in any of the courts Narrangansct Bay two thousand dol- That the sum of five thousand two !! until a report of all the claims be made

trc 11.,..,r-, .a; ;t p-.rt of a grain to twenty of the United States, and the proceedings lars. hundred dollars be, and the same is to the Secretary of the Treasury.Sec. .

fiVt ,. ,.mr'_is ; and that the troy thereupon shall be the same, except For a Beacon-light on ornear Spin- hereby, appropriated, out of any mo 5. And be further enacted
iL': : .rditHiily. e nploTed in the their style, in each State respectively dle Rock, at the mouth of Black Rock ney in the Treasury not otherwise That the proper accounting Officersof e
tr. p, .ns of the Aliut shall be re- : as ate now used in the courts harbor, six thousand two hundred appropriated, in addition to the sums the Treasury be, and they are

gi'tr:>! -:i!. "':.:urtiinu r to the I above stand- of such State, saving to the courts of dollars, heretofore appropriated, to pay the I hereby, authorized to adjust and pay
arc.>, ; :< rat once in every year, under I the United States in those States in For two small Light-houses in salaries to the several Keepers of the the accounts of the Register and Re-

hip !n 3j..t'ctlOn, and their accura- which there are not courts of equity, Hudson river, eight thousand dollars. light-houses within the United Slates ; ceiver, acting as Commissioners, their
c>' tts!t ,1 .nuually in the presence of with the ordinary equity jurisdiction, For a Light-house at or near Port- to be applied under the direction of contingent expenses, and the Receiver -

the Ay Commissioners on the the power of prescribiug the mode of land, on Lake Erie, five thousand the Secretary of the Treasury, in the compensation heretofore alloed -
ic_> of toe annual -assay. : executing their decrees in equity by dollars ; one thousand dollars for removing conformity to the authority in him for bringing their reports to

Sec. 4. And be!it further enacted, j rules of court ; Provided however, obstructions in order to make vested by the third section of this Washington, out of any money in tho
That, when salver bullion, brought to i I that it shall be in the power of the the light of the Light-house the ,I I act. Treasury Sol otherwise appropriated.Sec .

the Mint for coinage, is found to require J courts, if they see fit in their discre- mouth of the Genesee river, on Lake Approved May 23, 1828. 6. And b; it further enacted,

_I the operation of the test, the expense tion, by rules of court, so far to alter Ontario, visible at a distance. That all clainw to- land within the
of the materials employed in '' final process'in said courts as to con- For erecting a Tower and placinga [PUBLIC-No. 40.] Territory of Florida embraced by
.. to the several acts
the An act supplementary
process, together with a reasonable :i form the same to any change which. Bell thereon with machinery near I providing for the settlement and confirmation the treaty between Spain and the U-
allowance for the wastage necessarily may be adopted by tHe Legislatureof the Light-house on Pool's Island, I of"ri rate land claims in Florida. nited States of the twenty second of

arising therefrom to be determuied the respective States for tho State Chesapeake Bay two thousand eight I i Be it enacted by the Senate and February, one thousand eight hundred -
by the Meherand Refiner of!! Courts. hundred dollars. I House of Representatives of the United ] and) nineteen, which shall not be

ike Mint, with the approbation of the J Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, For the Light-house on Little : States of America, in Congress decided ant l finally settled under the '
Director
shall be retained from such That nothing in this act contained Watts Island six thousand five hundred i assembled, That the three claims: to foregoing pravisionsof this act, containing -'

jfcposiie Treasurer, and accounted for by the'i shall be construed to extend to any dollars ; add for that on Clay : land in the district of West Florida, a greater quantity of land than
of the l\1im0 the Treasu- i t court of the United States now established Island, six thousand five hundred dal- contained in the reports of tire Commissioners Commissioner were aOthoribed to

ry Sec.of the United St:,tes. or which may hereafter be lars ; and for a Beacon-light or small i and numbered four,. [4,] decide, and above the amount confirmed

.f hat when 5. And be it further enacted, 1 established, in the State of Louisiana. Light.houst, on Point Look Out, i tight [8,] and ten, [10,] excluding by this act ; and which have
silver bullion, brought to ] Approved-19lh May 1828. four thousand five hundred dollars. l from the I later the land contained in not been reported as: antedated or




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Feather Beds.-The vam of feathers -t as that of man himself.! In
siiil Commissioners other ]law I BEAUTIFUL EXTRACT a Iln
1 by or action at common )J Register and Receiver acting as such, cceuing in equity, shall ever thereafter ': /Vow Mr. litddtfs Address to tht is altogether artificial, arising pound of such matter there aro more

shall be received adjudicated, by'the be-sustained in: any court \Vhat ver.I I Agricultural &*My of P msylwntw. from a disregard of the physical and j, living l creatuces; than f human' itsinb)

T Judge of the Superior Courtof district Sec. 13. And bt itfwrthtr.enacted*I well being of infants and children ; .1 on the globe. What a scene has the .

within which rite -land! lies, upon That the decrees which may be rert 4I i M-frl-haVo failed to .prove," says and he who has the good fortune never microscope opened to the admiratioQof

the petition of tire claimant, according dered by said District, or the Supreme I Mr. BMdle, "that the pursuits of a- tt, bo accustomed to a feather bed, the philosophic enquirerVattr! .

to the forms, rules regulations, conditions Court of the United States,' shall be, : gricuhture may be as lucrative as other never will in health need or desire o'nc, Mercury, Sulpher, or m general any

restrictions, and limitations prescribed conclusive between ihu United States employments, it will he an easier task nor iu sickness, except in cases of sustance, when sufficiently heated,

q'i by the district Judge, and (to) and the said claimants only, and shall I to vindicate their pleasures and theirj great morbid irritation, or excessive rise* ns invisible v inor or gas : that

:: claimants) in the Stato of Missouri, by not affect the interests of third per j importance. I: need not dwell on sensibility, or some disoase in which i is, it is reduced to the aerform state.

J.JM- act Congress, approved May twcn- sons. J ,' that retirement, and of the purest enjoyments the pressure of a firm or clastic substance Great heat therefere, would cauu
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and of Iif and the best preparation might Occasion pain. But when the whole of the material univerjo
ty-sixtheighteen l hundred tw utywI. Approved-23rd May, 1828. this 17
four, entitled, "an act enabling the ,. : .l for the future, on those a rational regard to the preservationofhcalthi I disappear, and the most solid bodic3
: healthful that calmness shall pervade thee community to become as invisible and as impalpable
claimants to land within the limits of \ \) \\C lL.. occupations, on
4h.jj the State Missouri, and 'ferritory -=x ._ =-...:: of mind, an .that high spirit of feathers will no more be used, as the a rvo "breathe. Few
Arkansas, to i institute proceedings manliness and independence, which without necessity medical advice have contemplated an annihilation of
that condition. than ardent spirits will be swallowed the world more complete than this.
to try the validity of heir claims : naturally belong to
::1' j6; 'Pro\'ided, that nothing in this section These arc attractions, which must without the s.ame advice. The physician "7

..., : shall be construed to authorize -said have deep roots in the human heart has frequent occasions to see Rcstiratioe for Drunkenness._M.

t ;!c Judges to take cognizance; of any since they have at times fascinated persons who are heated, sweated, and Masurer; a French chemist, has dis..

t % claim annulled by the said treaty, or nt once the imagination, and won the enfeebled by sleeping on feathers, as covered that the acetate of animouU .

i ?i the decree ratifying the same by the judgment of men. But I may be allowed if from a fit' sickness, enervate is an effectual restorative from a state

t t. ** King of Spain, nor any claim not presented -. From the Ncw.York Mirrtr. to say, that, in this nation, agriculture dispirited, relaxed and miserable. intoxication. From 20 to 30 dropsin

lr" to the Commissioners or Register is probably destined to attain a glass of water or capillore, Vill, .
and Receiver, in conformity to The Broken Promise. its highest honois, and that the Extracts from late English Papers. in most cases, relieve the patient froma
L the of knew men kept no promises-or none life America: ought to CHEAP RECEIPTS-To insure health. sense of giddiness and oppression
J1 1 several acts Congress proOidiiti At least withVoll1'nan country possess
this
yet, knowing 1. Rise Early.-Walk or ride foran of the brain if that
attractions.The ; or, quantity should
laud
setllemeurof
ing for the private With credulous folly, still I trusted one, peculiar pure
:" 'f' claims iu Florida. Whose words seemed so lie truth that! I and splendid institutions of this peo- hour or two, then eat a hearty sub- be insufficient, half the same quantity

l r Scc. 7. And be it further enacted,I forgot ple, have embodied the brightest I stantial breakfast. Let your other may be again given in eight or ten

:J That it shall; be lawful for( the claimants The ItJ.son before-that' I had learned full oft dreams of those high spirits, who in meals he moderate, and use exercise minutes after. In some cases the

i i 1t'f.'r' ; to lands, as aforesaid, to take And I believed! because he said he'd come, I other times and in oiier lands, have freely (by walking, skipping, or in I remedy will occasion nausea, or

" an appeal, as directed iu the act afore That he would come-and then-night I lamented or struggled against oppression any other Way) before going to bed. vomiting, which, however will l b a

t' said, from the decision of the Judge after night, 1 ; they have realized the fine conceptions .. This' receipt has lately been recommended salutary to the patient, as the state of ':1\

; t,s of tire District, to the Superior Court t I watched the clouds and saw them pass: ( which specuative men have in strong terms by Sir Aslley the brain is much aggrivated! by the %':-v<::

i.t .!t of the lTnited States, within four From the away bright moonand leave the clear Imagined, which WiSe men have planned Cooper, and many others of the most load ou the stomach, and the subscquuui :/' J:';

.. months after the decision shall be pro. i blue sky, ; o'r brave men vainly perished I eminent physicians and surgeons in indigestion. sl '

nounced ; and the said ,Judges: shall I I As spotless, and serene and beautiful, iu attempting to establish. Their in London. Its first direction is consistent .- .".
; : each he-entitled, to.recjeiye. jthTe! extra I Beneath As if no promises were broken e'er lluenco in reclaiming the lost dignityof r with Fraiii.lin's well known: Anecdote of President Davies._ '
it. Man
in hours
; compensation given" the DistriciJudgeofMissouiiio What in his idle moment forgets lit* has busy said, man, und inspiring the loftiest feel: maxim-"Early to bed, and early to This great divine, originally a poor

? the performance Nor think io\v. often woman's; happiness iiujs personal independence! may be rise, will ma-ko a man healthy, wealthy boy of Hanover, Va. but for his extraordinary

oftbo du'tiesore.qpired, by this act, out I Hangs on Isis.. lightest wcids. It i is not traced in every con itioll of our citizens; and wise." Its last direction equally talents and piety, early"..
thin
i1! of any money in the Treasury nototherwise : Of but, as all objects are most distinct by agrees with a well known couplet( advanced to the Professorship of
great importance which affect the heart
),.*w appropriated.Sec. J. I I Mo. t deeply-trifles often weave the net insulating, tfceir etVecis are peculiarly "After dinner, sit a while, (t. e. a Princeton College, crossed the At. i''t. ,,
.: Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, I Of misery or bliss in human life. obvious in tie country. few minutes ;) after supper walk anJile. Untie to solicit the means of comple -: :" J
,
: .r That so much ot the said act, the: i Theie'o many a deep and hidden grief, that 'The American Farmer;: is the ." ting that noble institution. His fa me .:-u.

". provisions of which, so far as they are From cumcs exclusive, absolute, and uncontrolled: 2. Keep your feet warm (i. e. bjf as a mighty man of God had arrived ",

: :.!I: i applicable, and are not altered by this 2iom sources things) of which which ndmit we cannot of no complaint, dare not; proprietor of the soil. his tenure i is exercise ;) your head cool, (i. e by long before him. lie was, of couse, :*,!:

.It .7.. a.;t art* hereby exten led to the Territory $I sl'eak- not from government. The govern temperance ;) and your body openi. speedily invited up to the pulpit.! .'

. ti:i.:':: Florida as subjects the I clainianls And j'ct thej seem but trifles till a chain: I, ment derives its power from him.- (i. c. take great care to avoid costive From a soul at once blazing with gospel

to the payment of costs in any ,i Link afi'r IIIk, is fiinU'iu'il'ou each thought t There is above him nothing but Got! ness.) This was the great rule of light and burning with divine love,
| And
onnd!
I ; Around the heart-thiey do their
iJ.; case where the decision m.ty; be in favor \' ikIu and the laws ; no hereditary authority Bocrhave, the greatest physician i in his style speaking vas so strikingly

?,;-: ;. cf their claims, be, and the same: j is secrecy and sileo("p'.l.lHit their powerIs usurping the disticlion of personal 1 modern or probably in ancient times ; superior to that of the old sermon

: .! hereby repealed ; and the costs shall I. far nji c fatal tlt.in lie open shafts genius; no established church spivud- I who concluded his advice by suyin readers of the British! metropolis that :- V
',Iff r t'tt I, abide the I decision of the I cause as in ordinary < )f son ow and misfortune ; for they prey j 1m; its dark shadow between him and something. this ctf. ct. "If peoplewould the town was presently running after
Upon the health
and spiiirs, till the bloom
;..i L t onuses before the said Cour!. Of I hope i is chaiiiffd into the hectic llmli ; hoavcn.--IIis rural government neither i- only observe these plain, simple :- him. There was no getting into tha

t t:::' And so much oftnesaiJ act as r.qt3irethe ,' 'lucy break the charm of youth's fir. t desires nor dares to oppress ihe I rules, and would avoid a current of churches where he was to preach. V

t :;r : claimants to make adverse claimants brightest di earns soil ; and the altars of religion 5jre air as hey would an arrow, physicians The coaches of nobility stood in glittering V ,"

i.:1', ., parties to their suits, or to show And thus!world wear- out the pleasures of the supported only! by the voluntary offerings would bo altogether an useless class; rarrks: around the long neglected J::

HY the Court what adverse claimants there: I. .\11(1 sap. at length! the very springs: of I I lite, of sincere j k'ty.? His pursuits, of-beings." walls of Zion ; and even George -. V V
\\fit; : 'ti.;; may be to the land claimed of the United Hut this is woman's fa IK. It is not thus I which n io pervtIsilu can render inju- I 3. Par Children.-"Give them tie Third,. with his royal: consort

i.l ,l States be also hereby repe:ile-1.! With proud, aspiring .Hall-hili mind i is i I I rious to any, are directed to all. hi plenty of milk ; plenty of flannel! ; borne :itVas by the holy epidemic, became -.

1"oi. :::, Sec. 9. And be further enacted I, ; With} tilled ; !muliiplyirr-! beauties cfFrovidenre : plenty of air; atd let them have plenty humble hearers of the American V

.rtr;;: That it shall I Ie the duty of the AtC'jM high and hope and ,lofty thought! *-and lot e, I. MI the improvement; an"l embellishment of bleep ; and they wll! seldom, if orator. Blest Tfillr a clear, glassy

torney off he .United oStates! t for the) \nd all the warmest !feelings of his heait I, I I tI(1ihie. >Uil} in the care of the inferiorcommii'iMl over. nil! any thing." That is, milkis voice, sweet as the notes: of the Har-

' tJ! ? the districtin which the suits authorized .\tc Sficiitird at cold am hi lion's *\\n me. j j I .I:!lmas! to his charge; he their best diet; they must be warmly i immiea, and loud as the battle kindling -
"
t:' 1 by this act shall be instituted; in lie feels/ im that the whole world was in;vlr fui 1 i I j: will I 1 find an ever varying and I iiUttrr t- clothed ; must be much out of trumpef, he poured forth the pious

f I:. every easel w el'e' 'the: decision i is; And if / ; painful disappointments I, employment: diiuili..l; (bv.. tI II:- union door ; and must Jilsv.jy.s be allowed I ardor of his soul with such force
; against the Uiriled State to'make sUllie. cross II IIIIJi 1 I of the to sleep on till they waken of their the .
liberal
}J f& path of life, he does but C'i.lilt' ;e }hi? 1I I tudil1, Mi-livened hy the I 'honeslmonarch could not repress
iiL.j; :'iit: out and transmit to the Attorney Ge J course, I exercise of a liinple i i and i genejoihospiiulhy. i! own
..:. ncral ofThe Unite" States, "a statement ,Nor\ e'er bi J!.CH piomiseo, nr.r 'hopes IJ'I stroyed.te !. I His riiar> cifraMime! j a I And now, Mr. Editor, I challenge seat with rolling eyes and agitated
; containing the f.icts:: of i the I ailotvrd a place on memory's, .Dane ( I loftier i any medical man, or oilier
' tl case "1'is Ullh''il!!-in; in 'hi-r louHi.uv,, iuteiest: hy its i itsilueuce! ftver 1 any ofyeur' manner, at every burning period he
'.1iif and the points of law; on which the And ill I'd" silent, melHitchoiy hnri 0 ?, I, ii ho pul.lic! I Jluen'". It m.iy not lie reader! ?, be tic who lit may, to disco- would exclaim loud enough to be ,

same was derided; and it shall be tin* f j I Who treasures in hei heat the t.iie! worth i t 1'ueioiM: } to what IiaIL't'F! > Iii cuuuiiy i ii \1'1" :reasonable. objection to these heard half wav over the church

.. A duty fcf the. At0I11rX.GelH'rd! ; in all I {I That hiid hope no meaning r.ud uho 'I h\e I on ; der.tintd, when its jsU'elliny popul.ition j plain, simple rules, or to offer better. "Fine Fine fine preacher / faith;

,,L. '.f'rJ'.. cases where the claim exceeds one I J'Till it h.* stolen! .the cylonr f |I! Us Ixpdt.d i lerriiorv i I its daily! coat i- If I he can I shall .set him down as a a fat preacher! Why-tehy-tchij-
her
' {: ; "i! )lea tre square, and in all other c ies I { cheeks! inn I. plicaiing interest, si!I.lil awake the I wise man, and a benefactor to the human why-Charlotte !- Why Charlotte 'Jf

::4 t; if he shall in such :atler case> think I The bti.:;liti.e.-s from her eye< ; who trusts I blunt p.s:! ioita nf uu I:, hid r.vcal the racc. Were they ny own, it This beats our Archbishop The

...: ;.'t.;:. the decision of:the Uisiiict Judiru i is the her pe.ireOn vulncrnMc paints't of our institutions. would be consummate arrogance to people all stared at the King. The .,}

'1'', erroneous, to direct an appeal to he And if vast',is nc wrecked>Mn of uncertainty she; leains; -her lot Hilt wheue\cr those pciil> conn;, Its: say this, but ihey ai* the deliberate man of God made a full stop, fixing ':

::.j t.).' made to the Supicmc Court of the U- bear, Jo most steadfast sorority, us unfdiiinirleliHure recommendations; of the ablest ofo his eyes upon him, as would a tender V .':

nited States, Hiid to appear for the Or she may )learn to die-but not forget will be on !;'It column ot men ; and they tire the obvious dictates parent: upon a giddy child, cried aloud: ,_:
'.'lti ;. United States, and prosecute such appeal To It is for tier to hoard her secret thoughts, l landed: propnetors -ihe men of the of nature.Yours, "\Vhenthe lion roars the beasts in .. .f

,.'..it...i t.. 't,, ; which appeal in behalf of the >'er 1)100(1:jl and of the country-siandingaloojI i iL E.: P.-O. H. the forest tremble: and when the ..AI"t'!
k ':111itl States may be gr Dcd at anytime There's le. I t from ilic ; wiiich dense
;'; r s ofuictciicduees! in the! wide pas.Nious: agitate L mighty speaks let the kings of the. -;
"':-; ';';! within six months after the reildition t world, communities vel!t
" 't 0'" educated, brave and:! Minuteness Atoms.-Gu\d-beatvrs\ earth keep silence."--The monarch
:, : : : of judgment I appealed 1 from Then iu her single ]i"att. lt!
: :' >r.LLK. independent, the friends of the go- can reduce gold leaves so thin, that shrunk back in hi3 seat, and belnved, 7
t ; rp or at time befoio tin ---- t
: any expiration : ;:;g-- --- vemmeni without soliciting its favors,I two hundred and eighiy-wo; thousand : during ihe rest of the discourse, with

t'' : !v.!. of the term thereof which may commence ,\SC ;,1A L1NY.\ II I tt the ndvocatiis oi' the people: without must be laid upon each other to I I the most respectful attention. Tli .
4 ; after .J it'
next the.
: expiration ofsaid
4) desj-ceudiiM7: h' tlaUcr their passions next day
-------..:::&.- - r: produce the thickness of an inch ; and I lie sent for Dr. Davies and
a;. "j, six months ; and it shall bo .the I The Way to tVl'alth.-l'ne these irc, rooted like their (own forests yet thos' leaves are perfect without I after complimenting him highly as an
.o/i.
i further duy of the District property I. j j
Attorney
;. To observe the instructiou I a'quirid] by the late Mr. Coutts, may yet interpose between the holes-so that one of them laid upon ]I honest preacher," ordered him a
given to
I him by the Attorney General in that the rich banker:: v as the produce of a factions of ihe cuuairy ; to IiCol, to any surfnTo. as in gilding, !irives the appearance h hundred guineas for I liis collf C'c. ? V r"".
long life honest I defend, and: :o save. From the Medical .
respe ct. industry and strict ofsolidgold. They ate .so Intelligencer. :iF.;
attention to business in this! I thin, that if formed into book -
; perhaps, a 1500
Sec. And be it
I 10. further enacted, I Medicine.; Professor Water Glue' A
he had few equals. OI one occasion ; Dolpcch, of I would occupy the of a leaf of Proof correspondent
That it shall be lawful for space
the President -
that of the Eastern claims
when Monipelier, asserts six thousand Argus
a gnhlkn3cuwhn had been one common paper ; and an octiVO,0-
of the United Status
to appoint a of his school fellows, cjimc to town soldiers: afflicted with the itch, were l lume of an inch thick, would have as I to have discovered a new method of

law be agent, whose special duty it shall : Mr. Coults invited him to dinner, anda cured in a few days "by washing: ,: many pages as the books. of a well making glue water proof. Ills j method -
T to superintend the interests of the : largo their bodies twice a day, first with stocked of is to immerse the common glue iu
i United States in the p.irty was assembled to do him ordinary library 500 volumes -
premises, to continue I honor. and water and afterwards with water till it becomes soft and then
,
The next day: gentleman soap a I with 400 pages in each. Still ,
t' him
in
lic interest place as his long as the pub had some business to transact at Mr. solution! of the sulphurct of potass thinner than this is the coating of gold I dissolve it i ia raw linseed oil, with! a
requires continuance ; Coutt's : (about four drachms of the gemleheat. He it has all the
and allow such the banking: house! when there sulphuretto upon silver wire, of what is called I says
to to .
the President pay think reasonable.agent as ,, was a penny in rhurtge due to Mr. a pint of distilled or fresh rose wa- gold luce, and we arc not sure that properties of the common preparation,
may and i is
Couts.VeIh" ter.) The Professor also such moreover completely
said the gentleman states coating is uot onlv one atom irnpervi'V
It shall also be the duty of such I ;; Vls
ws agent *I shall riot give that : that he has discovered, by thick. Platinum o to water.
;: to collect testimony iu behalf of the you 'I must have comparative and silver can be .
it,' said Mr Couus. : trials made in the hospital atMofttpefter : drawn into! ..
much
United States, and to attend on all!] i Why/said his a wire finer than a r' '!,. .
11 occasions when said claimants, astonished friend 'how singular i is: that olive oil; rubbed] human hair. A grain of blue vitriol ,I Diner to Mr. Webster.-A pub- ,7I
*.* maytake i this! yesterday over the'.skin, will as speedily 1 l lie dinner vns given on Thursday in
cure: carmine
depositions and no deposition I yon save me a dinner or will tinge; a gallon of :M 1
;
& I which these laboring under tim disease :Fancuil Hall to the Hon. Daniel l
'So taken by them shall be read as evidence I mustfJiave cost --Il roo, and today water S o that in every drop the colour < I
a4 unless said agent or district will notV.vemeapeimy!' 'True,' as the most powerful sulphurous may be perceived. A grain of musk Webster, by a large number his ., > ,
.
: shall have been notified in replied Mr. Coutt, 'and it is my being preparations. j in common use. He will scent a room for twenty years i I constituents, who were desirous of .. j ;i
attorney rigidly correct with ays that one hundred. soldiers were and will have I testifying in this public manner thoir ,
writing of the time and place of taking matters business, lost little of its weight. r j:;:
them, so long previous to said that enabled me to gin you a .dinn er.' entirely cured in ao averugo period L The carrion crow smells its food! many respect for his public and private cha ; ,

5$: time as to afford to him an opportu Her late Majesty, Queen Charlotte, of seventeen. days by this treatment. miles ofT A burning taper uncovered r r:1cter.rrh spacious Hall was handsomely ..j.'.

: nity of being procnt.i who kept cash with Mr. Coutts, sent ." for a single instant, during which it decorated for tho occasion, <;-
notice Miat she should withdraw The Plague.-When the plague docs lose and it was filled with WhOwcl.e
Sec. 11. And be further enacted, it in not one thousandth part ofa guests, ';.
three Mr. broke out at Malta 1813 calomel]I gratified with the of V '.
That it shall be lawful for the President days. Coutls sent an answer grain, would fill with light a sphere opportunity V .- .
j'iiTh to employ assistant counsel l, if in presenting his humble duty, and was exhibited internally and strong of four miles in diameter, so as to be I meeting their distinguished representative

; n his opinion the public interest shall require assuring her Majesty, 'that to withdraw mercurial fi'ictiollSVer had recourse visible in every part of it.-Tl.w ,. and of expressiug: their confidence _
half milion: of to, with perhaps dubious success after thread of in him, and their for '.'
'i the same ; and to allow to such ; a money from the: the silk worm is so small gratitude
p1w.gYw4it_ counsel: and the District Attorney, house of Thomas Coutls and Co. the. patient was affected with.this- that many of them are twi3ted togetherto his many and most:: valuable public

such compensation as ho think-! three hours notice was all that was formidable malady. Very recently, form our finest sewing thread ; services. _, V

reasonable. may necessary.' It is almost surperfluous an English-physician, at Cephuloun, that of the spider is smaller still, for Love.-Spring love often frcezeSV

Sec. 12. ,4nd be further enacted, : to add, her Majesty after this communication baa rial subjected to a vwry strong mercu two drachms of it by weight would I m* the winter: and love once congealed tf1rgc1

jI That any claims to lands, tenement, from the principal, did'not treatment, internally and externally reach from London to Edinburgh! or seldom' pursues its old channel 39.agtin. .

:md'hereditaments, within the whhdaa'V her confidence* some persons who have been 1 four hundred miles. In the milt of a.I .

of this act, which shall not purview be exposed to tlfe contagion of the codfish, or in water in which certain I j The difference between happiness
plague, and it has been found that all I and wisdom wlw
: vegetables has been is that the >
brought, by petition before said court M. de Saint Vincent has, after repeated those infused, the microscope man !
within one from the of trials, dUcoveied thai the inclosing Sf winein who had undergone salivation; disco YPrs animalcules ot thinks himself most happy is so.wt'lo
this year passage bottles, by parchment>> or a portion of;: when the disease d )'olofJed itself, which many thousand together do not L he who believes" himself most wise is
t acior which afterbeiiig brought
common bladdei iustoud of corks !has the escaped with only suificicnt
symptoms in thu
M before said court shall account of the equal bulk a grain of sand ; and I generally very reverse.;
on tiled of rpndciMij its flavour, in few to
a indicate the nature of tiieir
ig neglect or delay of the ehiIlH lIt, not' weeks equal to that of the olde t wines, while attack; jet nature with a singular prodigality, Have peace witb all men, war tfilh
T' ho prosecuted to a final decision within from such covering possessing property fond those ou wlio'm the mercury has supplied many of these wilh organs all vices, and concord with thyself-,!
three shall be forever barred I of only) allotting: the. aqueous rxhallntioii'* not produced to the full extent, as complex as those of the whale or > Maki: thy works agree with '/
years I to escape but being wholly impenetrable to I its powerful effects, sank under the Infeciion. the elephant and their bodies \vordi
: ; consist thoughts, thy actions \.itli Viand
both at law and in equity ; and 110I: the spirit or Lody of the ,,juI:. thy
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--- -- -I__' ?toni enclosia-! sensible aiticle on lut.ionQr, CtaittLB.An (A.) :personally appeared this day, -u-" =, the
Flirts and Flirtation -WI received too the relief of certain aurvif iniOfficjn Form /a Declaration to &e made oy the I attorney named in the foregping power
lor
jp"Si Sf 3 A .: late for insertion, this week, but haU.me act; and Soldiers of the Army of the ..0- ; 10/;cer.. .f attorney .ii4 made oath that the same
-- du time receive. attention. lution. Forthe puffeoK..obtaining the bene. was not given to hinby reason of any
----- -- Be it enacted by the Senate and fiautebf fiboftn net, entitled "An" act for the tel transfer, or of any attachment lery, or.

FOREIGN. Aepretentati-ot of the United Stobt of. lief oF ''dmving officers and saL .,tfejture by any legal process whatever of ....

./ merit; in Confreta****ml tefl Th teach dier oftheAnhy of the Revolution," ap- the pay thereia: authorised to be received -

Advertiser the oFthe surviving officers of the army ff the proTtd on the.15th of M yr 1828., 1. ---:, but that the said pay it intended tenure
Tne Boston Daily gives Revolution in the Continental Line, who of-.-:;irt the.county nf -_, in,the State wholly to the personal benefit of

following t Latest foreign England.intelligence.-We have received was entitled half pay by the resolve'of of -----, do hereby declare that I was anofficer the person by whom .the aaid; power was
from of iNew October twenty-first, seventeen hundred in the Continental Line of the Army executed,
files London by way
our York to April 29. The papeis London Courier of and eighty, be authorized to receive, ou of the Revolutian, and 'rsed as such i Witness my band; this day of-;
,
that date, of th. conjectures/ relativeto of any money in the Treasury not otherwise (here insert, to the end of the war, or (as : in the year .
to destination says of the expedition preparing I appropriated, the amount of Vis full the case may be) to the time when the arrangement Bcfoie me,.-. (there insert either a,

? -a ? in the Frrncti ports, and th* assert pay IB kid line, according to hi| rankin of the Army provided by the Justice of the Peace or other Magistrate/
# "- ['tion .hAt it was designed to proceed to Al- the line. to begin with tfee<.\hlrd r resolve Congress of the 3d and 31st of duly empowered to administer catbal In .
'fEIAY.Uf.Y-- lit, 1828.I'trHf'San .' gi rr&"IO this Hfciertion we have the power day of Al.vch, one thou! Utd fcight htrh- October, 1780, wai carried into effect, the Coiinty of --, in the ,tats of- '

.-.---------.. o giving the most positive and authenticcontiadiction. drcd and twelitY. IX, and to continue during and reduced under that arrangement,] at personally appeared, thb day .- an,l
1'tu.f. Algiers not, and never his natural life : PrtnifeJ, That, which periudPwas a in the --- regiment -, of the tatd, county, who did severally .
-- .. wWI as, its object. But it was thought advisable under'this act, nd officer shall be entitled of the line. make oath that.bv whom the.
publish to-day, the act of Congress that preparation should be made to receive a larger sum than the full pay Arid I also declare, that afterwards received j f foregoing desl ratio 1 waa iublCribed. is
relating to the final! disposition of J.nnd'Claims"'iu in case any joint expedition being detetr of a Captain in said lino. a certificate (commonly called a' generally reputed and believed to have

Florida, which will prove inter- mined upon between the mice powers, to Sec. 1. Jlnd be itfurtktr enacted, That, commutatibn certificate) for a sum equalto been an officer in the Array of the Revolution
ediiIg to time who have auy unsettled the evacuation of the Morea ; l in therien
I accelerate whenever any of said bficera has received the amount of five yean full pay ; manner stated.
claims .b the GUi Section relates to the i and is its sole oitject. We. Witness hand this .. .
and this was of
money of the United States, as u pensioner which sum was offered by the resolve of my -day ,
act, wlucn enabled "claimants to lands in have nlso the happiness of being aUe t? irt the .
since the third (Uy of March, one Congress-of 23d of March, 1783, in year-
the Slates of Mis-soul i and tLe Territory of add. that fie most cordial 1 understanding thousand eight tiund'ed and twenty-six, stead of the half pay for life, to which t [Signed]

Aifc.ana& to institute "snits to try the validity subsists, also between them and Austria aforesaid, the sum so received shall be 1 I was entitled der the resolve of the 21st I, -, rierk of the Court oFthe County -
of their claims in
we propose ournext uud Prussia. deilucttd from what said officer yould, October, 1780. of---' in the State of-- --, do hereby
hint in fur
to publish Met txtenso, the FTanCt.e have received
inf'i'imtiun of such claimants as have not Latest the from ship Don Quixotte, from otherwise, be entitled' to, Under the first ,. And I: do further declare, that I have received certify, that-:: -, before whom the foregoing .
bv picket section of this act aid pension to ofthe United States affidavits sworn, was, at thfe
were
the statutes of the U. Slates,totrefer to We Havre, Paris to April 30. The ; every as a pensioner -
congratulate! the claimants to land in Fl *iidj French Chamber papers of Deputies was engaged which said office is now entitled, shall since the 3d day of March, 1826, [here |.time, [here insert either a Justice of the

'hat there is! now a prospect of speedy {hi discussing a law for the regulation cease after the passage of this act. j insert, no money, or (as the case :nay be) I!I Peace or other Magistrate, duly empowered
t1f>'.initiation: of their claims, and that they i elections, designed to exclude the Sec.: 3. Jliid be farther mac trd, That that 1 have rcce \ed, aa: a pensioner of .to administer oaths,] and duly ernpowen .
viUf'icuibe enabled to calculate with i ceitainU influence of the Government, in controlling !- ev( ry surviving non-commissioned oJjce, : the United States, since the 3d ilv of I| d to administer oath
..'I the talue of wjiti II"" heretofore the suffrages of the electors. Gem,. musician, or private, in said army who March, 12 8. the sum of-dollars piid I I,I: In! testimony whereof I have hereunto

been entirely dend ptllpf"y It. perhaps, I.4fu\eltt ascended the tribune, apparently enlisted therein for and dtring the,war, I to me by tie Agent f"r pa;ing pension: |: net my hand and affixed the seal
is H nutter IIi I little l l.flitcPqtlIc4. io till'I'H.I.'s for ;lie first time this session, and made aspeech and continued in its serviffi until its termination in the Stateof -.] i:I [L. s.] of the said Court, this day of

of tiie Territory whetllei the in favor of the law. His speech and thereby becarie entitled to i [Signed] -, in the year -;

lam! claimed shall be adjudicated! Jo tifl'e a strong interest, arid on returning receive a reward eighty Collars. under Before me, [here insert, Justice [Signed
CtMlIUt& or Jo the United State In eit to his place he received the felicitations ofhis a resolve! of Congress, passedMay fifteenth -. eftne Peace, or other Magistrate, duly 16--Iw. 2.n..i .
,
!"-i a..!', they 'il1 fiat a marker anti be numerous fnendson the left of the cham- seventeen hUiid7dafld seventy- empowered to administer oaths] in the
: and improved It is jIO'r of imni.
impuilance lo II.! .> Territory, that- berTh eight, shall be entitled to receive his full! county of-, in lime Sttte of -, personally Fine Fat Green Turtle .
papers contain very little news. A monthly pay in said service, out of any appeared, this day, -, and-
1 d HI in* \vi'h!!i its houul-iics.!i5' be off
l.--tfe : dressed
; V17ILL
4th
V the
letter Vicuna; dated 1-5 on day
fiom April says- money in the Treasury not ctherwise appropriated of the said county. who dia, severally
';Id be reica-i.-d! from their present 'JI)- 7 at the
t the Russians July, Commercial HoteL-
it considered certain that
K ,: tht third of mak oath that whom
i.ito ; o begin on day -, by the fore-
inU.amibr ugil o- (' and f'tirruit.lvft.
(4 11 nailed the Prutli to take- Families can be I with
yesterday, posession supplied Soup; at
: At the "..,IIIlimt', vc nelierthatun of the of Moldavia! March, one thousand eight hundre'dandtwentysix going declaration subscribed, is gene- one o'clock.. .
municipalities
and to continue during his tally reputed and believed to have been
,
: I
ilie : of the I.ITV. the hilLM-
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r !pI1ViItH[ and Waliachia.! five thousand July 1st., 1828. 16 1L
'"I" of t.'ie rUimanNTid the GovirinncHtnit Russians will! as Twenty this rivcf\ and will remain natural lire : Provided, Tliat: II:): noncommissioned un olticerin/ the Army of the Devolution, -- -. .. -Ui, .
c.irt'/ull)' ami, snfl'ici.;: :,i ,tee'1.. the footing- of the The officer, musieioy, or private : in manner therein stated. -
.... rand on will the Danube peace. near in said ,anny, who is now oa ,.the Witness my hand, this day of-- *, t1N1.SUP,

*,Ve publish the order of thr> !lob. Jude g lerltitz army to direct pass themselves: along the pension list of the United States bkull" b' in the year tbe 5th inst. f

: (If the ('otii1y. C..II. '-s'.tbJ.:;%liing the election Black Sea ujtrtn Varna and Constantinople.: entitled to the benefits of this act [Signed] ON boy, who calls
ptocjjjcts. and stpo.! intng-: the) Jiripes It \vill be after the passing of the Danube, See. 4. 1nd be further enacted, That I, -, Clerk of the Court of the County 0 himself.
(fdll" Election for numbers to the Legislative ; that the whole army will be placed! upon the pay allowed by hub act shall, under of -. in the State of -, do hereby "
(' )uiicI.: the footing of war. But it i is hoped that the direction of the! Secretary ofibe Treasury certify that -1 before who.n the fore. William VtThite,

\Ve believe there "ill; lie no competition! the Porte will yield to 'he demands of the be paid to the Officer or Sollieien. going: affidavits were sworn, wa, at file
Ill" a seat in KM- M'M Cu'iuci!, at lp) ,K!, we n Ili' be'bre the passage of the Danube titled thereto or to thi r authorized a.to-; time, a [bert insert, Justice of the says he I is twenty-one years old, about,five
Lave lieaul of .'i' two Candidates tor thnthunnr. The Greeks have wivhdfuwn from "cio, ney, ats-icti pLcehund<< days as the Secrt- Peace, or other Magistrate, duly empowered feet four or five inches high has a scar. _
AM'I; yeJ In lefercncn to t'ie import I leaving it in possession of the Turks. Col.Favier !. lary may direct ; :!'Ill! that no foreign to administer oaths,) and duly empowered on his left hand, and says he did belong
tdnt; me-iMiie'', \\ )hid I ihf lespec'ability. with 665 nien. was taken: off tin: Officer bliall be entitled to said pay ; nor to administer oaths. to a person: by the name of Sandy King,
mul even tl-.' "el bcnitj of the Territoryre island( by the French frigate Fleur de Land \<,, siiall any (Hlicer'or Soldier receive the In testimony whereof, 1 have hereunto (;e nrgia1 I adia II Springs and now deceased

WI/l.rlanf KOI; our..dn'! we a't{ hut two The French expedition from Marseilles satist'actury evidence that he is entitled to [L.S.] of the said curt, this:: ----i-- day from the heirs of the deceased and made
JlI".I f's: S'iist, that it snail: not h> mad'I tii!! remained in a state of :,usIH nsion. The I sam, in conformity to the provisions of of-, in the year his way to this City.

fffovy to demand :just debt, and llnd, thirty t WI) merchant ves>cs, chartered byj tills act ; and the pay allowed by this act [Signed] F. T. Commyns
{uHlr.ent fund* sh\111w collected to administer j the government, rernalucd in port readyto shall: not in any way be transferable: or (B.) Pensacola 1st 1828 ,
July -16if.NOTICE
flip criminal law* of IIP! ,ct.untry. set sail. liable to attachment: levy, or seizure, by : Form of a Declaration to lie made by the .. .
Our Legislation, thus far, bus made rapi'i The followingabstract of the prtncipalI1f'WS I any legal process wha'cver, but !;haUrIlU't' JVon-commisxioiieJ Officers, Muticiant, L
I\PJlrudt lo all debts or.in | bv the late arrivals, i is from the Massachusetts i
abrogate i wholiy to the personal: benefit otti and Privates. -
otln'i voids, has ctcated so ninny delays : :; JOllnu,1 I ofThur:5I: a v. Oilicer or Soldier entitled to th= same For the purpose of obtaining the bene. HEREBY GIVEN
niul difl'.rultics in the mode.. of collertin& ;!{, GLrW-The bill for time-ieuei of the by this act. .. IS to all Creditors,
fit of act for the relief certain
An : Ml r. Legatees, & entitled
Test tiieHaute persons
and masSed
Arts to di
thai to sue for *nd loose debtate Corporation: [ tri
a anui>f I
J synonymous terms. In fact, our Inns '''Hk of Lord on the :281h of April with Sec. !5. "indbc it farther enacted, Thatso viving officers and" soldiers of the Army of bution of the Estate orT' :,oJ us Boixis'lateof ;
?i upon the cn'dihrVilh suspicion, wlw....vsnrrsuminp out division, and na. sent h.ich to thr Com much nf s:.1(1 pay as! accrued bv the the Revolution, approved on time 15th the County of Escambia, deceasedthat
-, lie i ii about to oppies and demur mons. The following. is the form( of declaration provitiuns of tlii4 act, before the third day of may, 1828, 1 -, of-, inth* county their 'Iaimsanddemandi will be barred
Jiis debtor-that he will not only oppress to he made in lien of the sacramental of :March eighteen hundred ami twenty-: of-, in the- State of-, do hereby at the expiratirfn of two years, from
in the ordinary modes, but also that I i test ; the passag-e; in italics are the a- I eight, shall be paid to the Officers and declare, that I enlisted in the ContinentalLine I the date of the order of the Hon the

fie will commit perjury to accomplish: it. mendmpnts, and intiodnced bince the former Soldiers entitled: to the sain-, as soon ua of the Army of the Revolution, for Jude of th Conr.ty Court, to the
And the same laws never piesnrae anything printing of the bill) : any be, in the manner and under the provisions and during the war, and continued in its Clerk of said .Court, to administer, ex officio
/ unfavorable to the integrity of the "r, A. I>. do solemnly and sincerely br-fore mentioned ; and the pay service until its termination ; at which on said; Estate, unlesS exhibited

debtor testify and drc.i.ir'!, itpnn the which shall accrue after said ..ia!: }', shall) be period; 1 was a [Sergeant, Corporal), Muiciiin within that time, toM1
Our Criminal paid aeriii-aunuully in )like manner, anJ or Private, as the case maybe,] m
Jurisprudence i is little less true faith of a Christian, that I willnever I ; Crupper, Ctirlc,
than dp letter.. There under the Captain s Company, in the regiment
a is no disposition saute (provision4 t.
to brn-'r oflenders to justice, because ttfcre exercise any {lower, authority '4I. STEVENSON: : of the line. And I also de- by J. G. Drake, J). Cleric.Peiisacola .

is not the means of punishing them. The or influence which I may.posscss by Speaker of the House ol! U'.prc: eJ1tath'es. clare that I afterwards received a certifi 16th June 1828144t..O'I'ICE '

TIt'RJoury is empty, and no efficient meabavebeen i virtue of tire ottiee of- S S SMITH, cate fur the reward eighty dollars lo -

'1",1: adopted to'rcplcnish it j,' to injure or weaken the Protestant President: ofihe '.cnatt>'. pro tempore. which I was entitled, tinder a resolve of f :\ -

1t"IH'P the ...xt'CttliH.ffic'rli of our courts I ]'l Church as it is by I law established in Approved .th May, 1828: Congress, passed the 15th of May 1778. -
lW"f> wen constrained fioia motives of humanity JOHN QU1NCY ADAMS.THKASURT And! I further declare, that 1 wa>, noon 15 HKUEBY: GIVEN, to all Creditors,
to lot the offenders go free, because EIlRlandor to disturb tht said church, I. the fifteenth day of March, 1828, on the Legatees, and persons entitled to _
the Credit f the Territory was too poor to: or. the bishops and the clergy of the"aId KKPAUTMKST, 7 Pension List of the United States. distribution of the Estate of BAIT' cr

furnish pn>vi.ccts: to :support them in jail. church, in the possession of any May 28, 1828. $ [Signed] ROCIIKBIAVE, late of the County of Es- "
The petty taepanted Iiy the 1.It; Cwun- rights or privileges to which said .The Ar.t for the relief! of certain Before n\t', -, [here intert either a cambia, deceased ; that their claims and "
ci! were wholly inadequate to thr cxi ting church the said surviving; OlHccrs and Solders of the Justice tile Peace or oth Magistrate, demands will be barred at the expiration
Iemands upon the Tieasary, to say nothing .. or bis/nips and fhrgy" Revolution." approveil on the 15th day duly empowered to administer oaths,] i in I of two }ears, from the date of the OrderI
: of such as the passingoents may cre.tite. I are, or may be by I aw, entitled. of May, 1828, (of which} the forego:P i, a the County of- in the State of--,I the ,Hon. the Judge of the County

The compensation who pre>crhed: The j Couritr Francois contains a ,copy) will be carried i into effect under personally appeared, this day, -, and l Court, to the Clerk of said Court, to administer -

for the collector was wi! pitiful, that no person i report that M. Roy, Minister of Finance the following regulations : -. ol! the suid county, who did severally exojJicio, on said Estate, unless

would could collect; be found the in tliis county who has tendered his resignauon to I'.ach Officer cbimin? under the act, make oath that -, by whom tiiedeclaration : exnibitr-d within that- time------", tn--
taxes c'cnat the II ; will transmit fo the of the tore ull1l subscribed M. .
: the Kinc.M. : Secretary was u Crupper Clerk
highest limit of the law,-Hence the ft* .
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expected fiom this county will remain quota in : de Chabrol will probably Treasury a decta'Ation, according to the generally; reputed and believed to have by J. ( Drake D. _
Cleric
the go I form hereunto annexe'l, marked: \. and I been an officer in the Vrniy of the: R va T. ,
people's till I
pockets a efficient
more I'enLcoLi
ambassador Turin. '
means .collection is doptod. to leach nnn-i-wniniMsiuned Officer, Musician, 1 fut tH1, ill manner as therein stated.Vitnts : 16th June 18J8--14-it-

\Ve close! by a single' mark, that the peo- j, M. Martin Lafitie, one of the first iati'1! 1":' "l'lLfe, bccouling to the form marked \ >!s my bail, this- day of-, -

pie, generally, would be betf.r satisfied topay I 1., merchants Havre, has been elected C, accompanied by the oarli of two respectable i in the year NOTICE.

higher! taxes, if they could at the grime Deputy, by tim College of Vvclot. : witnesses as to his identity [Signed] A.
Zirni- see wholesome )laws, well executed' &. Mr.! Hoffman the I which otth: is to (be taken before a Justice I, -, Clerk ofthe Court of the County GORDON has Joined the boots .'.
offenders prosecuted with affect. At present -'I editor most distinjiuished of the Peace, or other Magistrate, duly of -, in the State of-, do certify I the"J.eT mercitoria", aRc) the Reports a?.
of
thev see the parang and show of a government the Journal dcs Dcbats, i empowered to atlmiaibter oaths in the that -, before whom the foregoing Lund CouirmVsioners. Those who

but never witnessits-vigoror I a.- died at Parr:: on the Gth April. i State or PJ err tory j in which he resides,, fidavits. were sworn, was; ai the time Gr-I have borrov/e'd said books will confer 9
lutary restraint. Letters from St. Petersburg of the I and authenticated under the seal of the [Justice Of tFfc Penc, rf* as the case' frvoiir by returning tlie'samej ot by l av.'. '

-- .-;_- 12th April, say that Vico AdmiralMoller Court of the County in which! the oath may be,] and duly empowered to administer Ing! lUcm; lithe Bookstore. : .

County Court for Escamhia ? has been appointed Ministerof was adiniubtercd, u I.uwn..in the said oaths. : '.' t ? .
forms. In testimony whereof I have hereuntoset
County-At Chambers. $ !\ ; he Marquis ofTra'versay Tlie Subscribers' ... .
my hand and u(fixed the seat of ,
June 27 1828 Each Officer will also! transmit his commission ,
who has hitherto
In : discharged that office if in existence and attainable and [t. 3 ] the said trmrt, this -day of HAVE just received from Boston, vli
cDmpHcfr'fl1ith an flU of the Legisla. remains in the Privy Council.! each in the year Orleans, Schr.
non-commissioned Officer Musician I per Elizabeth
:i-jc Council the I : ,
of
Territory of Florida. ,
Prince MenchikifiTis [Signed] an addition to their
appointed} Vice and Private, his discharge, which documents assortment of Books
O 1WEiEDtiiat polls be opened for the Admiral. Count Nosselrode is appointed after being registered, will be (C.) i a- of
dates purpose to represent receiving the votes of this for candi- Vice Chancellor. returned. If the commission or discharge Form of a Power of Attorney.Know I L'OOKSTORC.SlGxN1 .
people
in the next Legislative Council of county this- ,_ 17 has! been lost or destroyed, he will transmit ail Men b) these Presents, that OF THE FOLIO BlCLE. ,
'1 < such other evidence as he may possessor I, -, 01'-, in the county of -, in
lerruary the electoion to which !
be among arc
Use first in heU en JtIP amw can obtain, corroborative of the statements the State of-, do hereby constituteand the following : '

In Monday August next, viz; : -- -- -- -- set forth in his declaration.If appoint -, my true and lawful attorney Extl'1Quality Kits sl& Bound BLANK
the 1st District;
one Precinct.At .
BOKS
the evidence in with a of substitution, for consisting or Ledgers, Journals,
Larrar.cus at the House of Madame Port of \ transmitted, taken power Letter invoice
Se ri-n. ::- irla6 _.- connexion with that afforded by the !public me,and in my tame, to receive from the Cash and Sales Books. .
United States, the amount of pal now due Foolscap Blank Books, l leather b ck.an"tt *
records
In the 2nd District four Precincts. }: : at Washington! be found satisfactory -
A' the Court House.At June 24th.-Schooner Victoire, Caro. the amount of two years' full pay, to me, under the act for the relief of certain red lines.corners, feint lined, with and without .

James Spillman's, at florjda. New Orleans. Assorted cargo to the at the rate to which the Officer or Soldier surviving officers and.soldiers of the Extra
quality Letter and
A i H. L. Cottons, on the West master. was' entitled, according to his rank in the revolutionapproved 15th Mayl826,[1828] Gilt and Foolscap Paper
side of Plain
tbe lscumbia.At 2Cth.-Brig Enterprize, Hitchcock, line, at the close of the war, or at the time as a in the- regiment ;of the SII fine edged

\Visi. G: ncsE&st side of the Escam-: Key West. Cargo to N. II. Allen, s: of his reduction, (as the case may be,) but 'line of the army of the Revolution. Best pel American Ked Se.ImgVax,
bla. : :: Hambleton, M. Crupper, S. Bill 1 II. in no instance exceeding the full-pay ofa Witness my hand and *eul, this Eagle Playing Cards, .

And it Is further ordered that the Cack! J. C. and C. C. Ke\ser, S. Fry and Captain of the Continental Line, will be day of -, in thc'ear- knives Uodgers, Supeifine Silvered Steel Pen
persons named .Judges in the the master. transmitted to him, at the place of his residence Sealed and delivered in ) Walker's
enumeration are hereby following ant 30th.-Schooner Win. Osborn, Hath- after deducting therefrom the the presence oj 5 Dictionary, .

required to preside at the appointed several horn, N. OrleansCargo! to S. Hambleton araount of any pension which he may [Signed] [t. s.] tion Murray's, anJ Grammar, Reader, iMtroduc--:
cincts to which their nanes pre. Austin and l"inlaj, J. C. and C. C. have received from the United States Before me, -, a Justice of the Peice Key Exercises: .
are attached.
AT HIRIU.NCAS. Keyser-J. Innerarity, S. Gntes, J. Forayth since the 3rd day 6f March, 1826. He in the county of-. in the State of-, Song Books assorted.

Jerf mkh Ingrahain, Thom and to order may, however, authorize any other person personally appeared,this day,-, whose Hunt & Tardiff:
L. C. Hubbell. Comnryns, CLEARED.June to receive it for him ; in which case, he name is subscribed to the foregving power Pensacola, 19th June, 1J8. .

Ar TUE COURT Hocsz. 24th'.-bchr. Maria, Baker, New will .execute a power attorney, accord- of attorney, and acknowledged the
John de la Kua, P. II. Nisbet Orleans, 23,000 bricks, by the Muster. ing to the annexed form, nurked,which same to be his act and deed. .
't:'. Keyset Joseph 25th.Schr.. Amelia llache, New must be acknowledged before a Justiceof Witness my hand, this day of-.-.- I "F iiiAiiiiT- :

AT JAME. 5Pt .i ri;'1:. Orleans, 12,000 brick r-by A. Le Blank. the Peace, or other Magistrate, and in the year -. TilE SCHOONERCovingtou. .. .. .. .
Andrew P. Simpson, Johu Allen Simo 28tn.-Schr. Victoire, Caro, Nev Orleans Authenticated under the sealpf$ .the Court '(Signed: << ] .
son. William Ward.AT 12000 bricks by the'nmster. of tbe County, in the same manner u U I, -,Clerk of the Court of the Coun- j / Packet

H. L. Co0'Joseph -. -,,--- -- already prescribed in regard to declarations. ty of-1 in theState uf-, do hereby --' L burthen: 32 Tons, about five
\\'. But Ube to certify, that -: before whom the foregoing ,
Hall, K. L. Cotton, Benjamin NOTICE no payment w made yrara old, and loads with a light draft of
Gaines. Is any such attorney, until be has made power of attorney was acknowledged water.
AT WjLufAM Glides. Hereby Given oath, according to the annexed form D, is a Justice ofthe Peace. ALSO .
Job Gaint-s: James Urewster THAT the land situated near the Navy that the pay which he is authorized to rc- it testimony where", I have hereunto .!
Wilkinson.PoU Peter formerly owned by fun isc.o cieve i U intended to' n)1re wholly to the set sny hand knd affixed the seal ; z ? THE KCH005ERVlLLIAM .

to be opened xt eight o'clock and Fernando Moreno has been purchased personal benefit of the Officer or Soldier [1..8.] of the said conrt, this -: day of \
in .
the morning, and close at bj.x o'clock I I by the United Stl'.telt-md whoever whose attorney be ;,. -, in the year -. .I I j '" GSBORKy

the evening, T. TW1TCHELL.in may hereafter be found trespassing thereon It U requested that all letters to theSecretary (D.) __. 55 Tons burthen, about three
will be immediately; prosecut .. tbe the i ) Ioul c'd! is copper fastened and
Treasuryon! subjects Form conpei-
oj to la taken Attorneys.
Judge C. I AJ/idavit by -
M. C. E. C M. 1'. Woolsey, may be ehdprted ()n tile cover, "Revolutionary I tl, and in evrry respect a superior vcs
CRUPPER, Clerk C. (Cbrijhfe' \el-apply to
C. ,
Commandant L7. S.
J' J. C. Duir, D. C. Navy Yard. Before me, -, a Justice of the Peace : JOSEPH FORSYTH.
J TensacuL, June 20th, Ib2$-15- 4l; Ri hard Hush in thc county of--, in the oft --, I Pen ,=olt 5th Jwie, 1828-43 4t.

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: \ () R W l\"t) 'SEA-STORES Subscriber hasjust,received&c. per l NOTICE I IS flEflEBY'T ConveyancingHE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs ni\n.\\e.\ ntA"bU11l ANDLadies' : '. ,,'l

MARTIN HU rTO.who THE Orleans his friends, that he will still
WHEREAS from New ,-making -
convicted of an attempt his of Sea Storv on the 29th day of March, 1828, draw Deeds, Mortgages. Dill of S,le, Literary Gazette.

to rob the United States' mail broke the assortment very WHAT vied an attachment. on the real Powers of Attorney, and other Instruments (Third Yo l1M.) ij-, .

; jail of Pensacola, or. tbe of Thursday complete : and of Mr. Joseph Y of in the
night Macaroni, in baskets penonal proprrty Writing, most approved j is thus prematurely we present .
4 15th May, itist. ; I do hereby offer a Vermicelli in boxes Cruza1, absent, at the SUit of Mr. Thomas forms, on the usual terms; and solicits a IT selves before the numerous out.

Reward of Fifty; Dollars, Gruyere cheese Wilson of Baltimore. Wilson continuance of their Orders. ( the Philadelphia um, and the pat'I readerpublic .q',

".Ue grasse do. Henry W. Haseli Hunt. generally, with a Prospectus of the I

j for the re-apprehension and delivery of Raisins, 'nines AlmondsCharnpaigne U. S. Marshal of the Pensacola, 26th March, 1828. 3d Volume which will commence on the

; &aid Wine Western District of FloridaPensacola VU.Jl.JlEIlCl.d.LHiP1'EL. ; 6th of June next. The liberal manner ia

MARTIN IIUTTO Fa mil Flour Ut April, 1828.-3-tf. I which the work has been hitherto encou*.

n; i4 Do do half bbls. THIS House, lately occupied by Maj'r. 1'aged, tbe letters of congratulation which

if to any Marshal or Jailor of the U. States. Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Pork THE WRIGHT, was epened on we are daily in the habit! of receiriS

Said HUT'TO is about six feel high i Mackerel, No. 1, and No. 2* Vi\-rme-r's the 16th of February, by the Subscriber : I from our numerous blCa'bersaDd: abort

stout built, dark complexion has large Superior Goshen Butter M.ag8.Z1ne.FOR who respectfully solicits a share ofthe Pa. I all the flattering testimonials of comm**!

black whiskers and a very bad countenance. Best Cincinnati covered Hams the acquisition ot AGRICULTU- tronage of the Public. All, which the localities dation which have been so generally A

It U supposed that he has made Middling Bacon, &c. LITEUARY, and MISCELLANEOUS afford shall be studiously provided, I': publicly expressed in the editorial col.umns .

for Mobile, and intends to tate shipping Julius Pescay. KNOWLEDGE.{ and every attention devoted to the quiet and ,'. of our brother publishers, induc '

.' from that place for the North. "Knowledge is power-Bacon. comfort of those who will favour the Heuse 1 I to believe that the work has obtained
i. Vensacola, 26th. Feoy 1828-50-tf. with] a preference.An character both at home and a
Wl Hasell Hunt, THE FAHMER'S MAGAZINE is tie- I abroadwhich!

: Post Master. \Y EST FLOR1D.r\. signed to contain information drawn from excellent Billiard Table, attached to if it is creditably sustained, will not dia.-;
the establishment
SOURCES relative to theimpro'ement --j occupying separate !I honor the reputation of American
t1t wiscel.
tf Post Office, Pensacola, 7 A VIEW OF WEST FLORIDx, I and of remark- building will contribute to amusementwithout lane ous literature, and entitle it to
JE } : Florida 16th 1828 $ management interfering with the good order and .I a fair
May RACING its Geography, Topography of that munificent
number
........: E able Farns, sources of Manure, portion patronize
(> of the House and parties can
..i'J'I:11:';" QCj'Hulto: was accompanied in his escape &c., with an Appendix, and kind of Stock, faiming utensils, laborers quiet be accommodated, private with distinct which ot late years !has been so indiscrini.
a
rHtt} by Enoch Hoye, who has yesterday received treating of its Antiquities, Land Titles, dairies &c. ; AGRICULTURAL sitting always room. :I inately lavished upon works ofan irnt ,

i forty-nine lashes and tood in the and Canals. .' ( IPROVEMENTS ; drawings and descriptions There is on the premises, one of the b stStlble I ; tive charac'er. Since the commencement

t. \ Pillory two hours, fur the crime of Burg TOGETHER WITH of USEl INVENTIONS ; in the place, wheie Horses shall be j of this miscellany, two years ago, a host

i;44'1::. Ia2: '. 10.--3t A Map of West Florida, I critical notices and reviews of such publications striAUTHENTIC tly attended to. of weekly publications professing II.rniliifend

":...:'\I Exhibiting a Chart of the Coast, a Plan ofthe as may tend to the interests of JOHN GAIINIE11.TEHMS s and advocating similar principle,
.l1Io;;I'..: .".i.. Notice: is hereby Given, 'the Husbindinai ; improvements in the have started up in almost every town anJ

li; :4\ firpHAT at the next Term of the Hon Ci\ of Fensaeola breed of DOMESTIC ANIMALS ; accounts : village in the Union. Itis with satisfy

. :0't.:..t ul the County Court 1 will present the v of such TOKEIGN and DOMESTIC Coard per Month, $ 25 tion, we discern that the appetite for mij.ccllaneous .

I. :. : :r: accounts and vouchers, &? apply for a final i and the Entrance of Fensacola Harbour. trees, shrubs, vines, plants seedijnd Day Boarders, 20 literature has been whetted by

' 't: : settlement of the Estate Thomas Com- 15 l ? Jou.v LEI; WILLIAMS. grains, as are coisidered necessary or use- Dinner 75 this circumstance, the understanding has

i ') rnyna senior rIeceaedThomas Just receired, for sale by ful for subsistence, comfort or ornament, Breakfast or Supper 37 been enlightened, and tbe taste quickened

\" Hasell Hunt. with INFORMATION relative to theirtreatment Horses per day 1 25 with a desire to peruse and .
Gommyns possess
Pensacola, 8th Jan. 1828. grow.h: requisite i kinds of soil, per month 20 works of this character, and of merit i ha.

t.. Testamentary Executor.MavlO'hl828 SIIijr &c. ; and in shout whatever may tend to Pen aco1a, February 20th 1828.-15 tf. ying 1 for their ostensible and twofold eftda
.
,t. Pef1s\c\'a.._ -9-6t. F.; H.: NlMitiT, increase the proluce of the soil, and advance in'.t rIzction and amusement. The ex,

!: J JTOT10 .... leave to inform his Friends and I the UUliAL ECONOMY of the Madeira Wines, Cordials .c. ; cee din;;ly cheap rate at which many Of

BEGS Customers, that he has recommenced country. RECEIVED per Schr.: Orleans from I these periodicals are published, and the .
ri& ALL persons having claims againt the business at his Old Stand, ]Insertion will always be given to such I : amusing variety of topics which arc di.. : .'

: of MAKOEL BoNir.vr deceased where he has for sale a very guod assort REPORTS, adcressesand papers, as maybe 10 cases superior Old London Particular I cussed in their pages, has been produc-

are requested to present the same to the ment ofFresh 1 communicated for publication by the Madeira inc. : tiv e of that natural consequence, which
tT Subscriber ; and all persons indebted to I several 1 AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIESof 10 Old Port Wine. : we in particular, among our '

,... said estate are called on to make immediate Seasonable Goods,p this and other States. 10 Cherry Brandy, Superior. I for public approbation, have competitors been so

payment to JOHN DE LA UUA.igentfor Received by the latest arrivals from New A LANT1) REGISTER, will contain, as 20 Cordials, first quality assorted in largely blessed with-a wide and increas J' .
the Jldmni'xMay York and far as practicable, list of farms whichare the dbz. ::
Philadelphia. a cases 1 each. ing patronage. It is true, the facilities {
.
...!.r Fcnsao1- 15th, 1828-9tf. 3,3gami4 Point Blankets now, or may hereafter beFOR SALE; 10 c. Wine Bitters. we enjoy in point location, and the lite. .,

*&. : I---- 7-4 and 8-4 Striped Duffield Blankets account of their size, situation, quality 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. rary stamina inherent to the reflecting ...

1;,1! 11\ tXM.ttt. 3 bale sunerior He l.vyVhitney dw and such other particulars as may be 5 Barrels Cherry Bounce. nature of our city ; has possessed us of *

.;r Jackson Superior Court, 3 bales White & Drab Flushings deemed useful. 6 Half Bbls. Anniseed, Peppermint many advantages of which our brethren ; :

f. ':, :: "Western District Blue and black imperial cloth ; blue Space will be afforded for the SOLID and Cinnamon Cordials are deprived. All these prope ties Of .,"
Florida
of
, .. :;... and mivt cassimcres ; sati neUs, assort and Sterling BEAUTIES of LITERATURE For Sale by good fortune have increased worth and ,;i"

,....*i .-"1: March Term, 1828. eA ; super super and common fancy the useful arts and Sciences, Natural abundance with the existence of
our
.!... 1I1"o i' 4:' Thomas IIuVJ, Complainant, 1| prints; 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens ; Irish History and Philosophy, Biography;, F. H. Nisbet. per. The regular contributors to th pa.-

'." vs. la \'ns ; dimities ; super 6-4 fancy ginghams Voyages and Travels, state of the market* Pensacola.: Dec. 20. 1827.DISSOLUTION.. work are numerous and good: ana the
t" occasional
:i rr': :r.: II// ..'. ftomeo Lewis, Richard C. > ; white, yellow. red and green flannels in the: principal Seaports, &.c. &c. donations which are perpetually

. Allen & Simeon Cook Oet,. J ; black and colored bombazetts.printed TERMS. flowing in upon us: from the generosi'y of

'''.i :II ',f:' It appearing to the Court, by the All i. bombazetts and Salisbury flannels TUB FARMERS MAGAZINE will b" T HE partnership of FIIAT & thYsit literary strangers, with those

;:t; t1 davit of Thomas B<zell, Esq that Hlcb1 ; ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton Jails: ; ; published Sl UI- 10 THLY the TON, in consequence of toe from the ambitious aspirations of emanating youthful

:- t'tttt' ard Allen, one of the! Defendants in ths beaverteens, linen cambrics; ca-nbnc! I is three dollars, payable either; the price time Mr. James Rushton, is dissolved ; all persons genius, keeps us constantly furnished .

th.:: ", :f\. Cause, resides out of the District of the Territory ; hdkts ; BurogehdkfH; black Italian crape I of subscribing or on receipt of the lirstnumber. haviug claims against the late firm: with a choice variety of solid and interesting ;

.: t :;. in which. the said Bill 1 is filed ; it is ; flounced robes ; gingham do, spider net, That FORM and SIZE has been will l present them to the subscriber for literature. Among our

j.t fl: .4I p'" ordered that thesaid Defendant appear: :patent threads, Russia diapers, plain and adapted which is deemed most settlement, an
.1 !"' and answer the said Bill of the saidConipluinunt I. filj red book muslin, Madras and un t. for binding while the convenient of the will come forward and make payment, essayists, novelists and biograpn.pliers .- ;
:,:.I before'the first of he 1 t ti hdkfs., quality as no indulgence be poets, all .
J" i :, on or day I ta comp'y llaj-s, figured craperesses bcwutottlie can given. anxious to win the meed of "
:1. : $. next Term of this Court, otherwise theComplainant's : : ; white, brown and mixed cotton and paper i the t.ype, (entirely new) JAMES FISLAY.Pensacola public approbation, and an enlightened '. y
. general execution of the work, all ,
t : Bill shall he : half hose white and mixed 20th. Nov. competing ;_
: taken]; pro con- ; worsted aimlamb's will l be such, as it is hoped will reflect 1327.36-tf in the generous rivalry talent. If there T
fesso. 8-9:. \ wool do fine linen hose l -
ladies
1tl1 ; ,
f I..',: r : credit on the Publisher:*, and GHA I'lFYPATRONS. '1JL 1IJE Subscriber has just received is any department which has not been *fsustained
white and
.rr' black cotton do., lead slate per
'!t\1' : with
[ r5
: i aufficientjudg-ment /
' Plantation i? and black worsted do. and Elisabeth, Forsyth, from New-Or it s ;'at
\
plain bit
cam I I
orJ e. : j KJito the Ol the editor. And
.k giving above few inscr.lions leans even here
a ,
u
cloaks furniture check I very large assortment of Groceries. were we to -'
'm' .. rlRH. Subscriber wishes to sell his right I IJ rfiic, heJ-ticking, suJ J wiJI oe entitled to a copy of thework. He otter:: in addition to his former credit the flatteries of our cotempora- -:'

; ,1L.! of pre-emption to a plantation situated I pc cotton shirting; oil t cloth, black Address L. 7. Kic'Uitusox &, Co.Acnts >tuck :- J i I ries, we might have spared ourselves
| bombazines
:; .1141. ;i.. on Saint Jtusa's Sound, five t fancy belt ribbons::!, black and for the i this i confession. But
twenty : proprietors. Champaigne Wine in whatever this
L white satin and do Baskets of 1 Oleach : may
; : 1t- i mantua ,5.4 Irish shin tg.4 I
: have
;fe i.'l., mites from Pensacola ; together with a damask brown Philadelphia.! March 1, 1828. warranted supe"iurdo. : been heretofore, hereafter it shall:
iii linens
:
tbk blackand
; I _' Stock of cattle thereon,consisting of about super be bettered. We pledge it '
white, plaid and triped, H.iptiate P flOP OS ALS Brandy of 1820. with the /.
confidence of
t.t1 fr One Hundred Head. The Plantationconsists ; Zunte : .
:) printed shawls and hdkfs printed Waterloo ; FliT publishing in the ('itiof Jlobile Currants espenence.increasing-vears
(: ; : of one hundred and sixty act -b ; an I an| dawakenngvigour.
: VcMichongTea Dependingaswe _
..;. ". : ef good land, about fifteen of winch have shasILncy 1 silk dresses, nttus tnread, lNDEPENDENr NKWSPAPER. Prunes::, very fresh do, solely upon tbe opinions of the public I. :
l : been cleared. linen gloves linrn tapes, Russia shirting, TO L'E ENTiTLE: TLIk K.iisin I i the reputation, and t

,::r j:112: : : For terms, &c., apply 10Randall I, :n ilL'1 drau cloth ALSO blue,,&red slrouds, ice. BO\1fhe-rl\>>S Vr Almonds ?,r I, fcc circulation.of journal consequently" we shall be the as

."; : :: AlHs.Pensacola 4 caces suldery! resorted BV W. WlDDCl.1., .r:.. (*.0. Mcdoc Claret of 1820 I!I siduuus' to please that public, and render J

e4h..:_" ." May 1st. 1823.- 7.-tt: 9 cases> Brcw ttI"s halt::, assorted qualities i- I ClJ tom has rendered it Accessary for Tuscaloosa Rye Whiskey 1. l oumehes more justly entitled to their '|
.. beneficlions.-.The
.:' ., tone of
-- I'litr _'}It 1i they' throw themselves on Goshen Butter our sentiments %
II 4.'L!', the do. Cheese I will always..take the colour of 3
for
Community nuh
, t (I NOTICE.ALL 5 trunks fine ready made clothiaif patronage, to st.itc tiincij1es It our ;
"::.I? ,:..,: interested lli: trl1nl!: in the the
r.- persons Hsmt' only moderator. '!
,' in the \V&th additional on the
' rt ;!! ; and shOes discharge of"tlipr duties. We are an supply of Dry Goods strictures of
t tj: 1 nou.s UU UI. deceased, are h llard ; that judgment. All!) that
: ;.'1 :L hereby notified that the Underbi ncd Children-)'and boys'! --hoes bragans, &C. Republicans ot the Ji-jjcraM School, and ware, Glass ware & Queens ware ; and can serve to instruct -
: to
are to the Sold Low for Cash. amuse, all that is
;: 'k'l Clerk of the County) Conn, will ex-ojficm(: Soal :leatlier, calf skins, siioe thread opposed btlturliurian co.I ustruction cither to calculated '
25 kega Viiginia Tobacco ofthe Constitution nt the United J. enlighten the understanding .
tJ''J; 'FI-t administer on said Estate ; pursuant toafturdfruf I Pescay. to the heart .i
5 boxes : t ates, as assum -d by the Administration. improve will be : and
{ supeiior cavendish do. jrese1t Pensacola eagery
Jan.
'. : tOt Hun. the Judge oi hit I We deny the -- : llth, 1828 assiduously sought after, to adorn
'
pouer Congress '
.:"l Court. I Hardware our pa-
, t.' '; '. County ,\ c. The
to Internal g'es.
''t t'f carryon Improvements advocacy which in
in the
any rOWlV or MAG: 'lOLI4. outset .
;
.Jot. Crupper Cleric. Pen, pocket : and a i ii we professed for
' r sports nen deskknives nf tne Stales without their womau
..I.... : .\.: consent; but i in the and which we :
Town
new of
; 4. ., ; knives at.fl forks, rarversvaiteis in this frank lOTS Magnol a I elieve has been the
"k: .I. Zt.l; :By J. G. Drake, D. Clerk.Pensacola,30th : making :ivowal of our sentiments : offered for bale. This paramount cause of "
and tras : place is ihe
; Henning's orst needles, snuffers \v e do nut wish it i success of this journal
: to be
r .J underatojdthat ; will rather be
: : Apiil, 1828.-7-tf. and Uuated 8 miles from Fort St. Marks >
: # >u _" rays, plated spurs, spectacles, : we arc opposed to the ul' in creased than diminished in its
*
. .$:$: principle ihe St. Marks' river and 15 from future
.,.. *4.. :, carpenter's tools, shoemaker's and ci ir- Internal Iniprovemcnts.but to ihe Tallahassee. conduct. Dispas.on.tte: criticism "
.J KOTlOfi.ALL ri er't do., stock locks, I manner : The river can be navigated to the fl moral'ctionand -
shovel
* padlocks, N in which meritorious '
curried
they are
: : on. verse
; }t I Town vessels win ever be .
;j >k persons having claims against the and tongs, kettles, sauce pans, colton I As natives ot Virginia and adopted citizens The situation by is drawing 8 feet water. welcomed to its columns The art and

1 t. [J.. of FniaCisco LLOFIZ deceased cards, &c. Stc.Pensacoli of Alabamawe are proud that we c anonscentiouslysupport high, dry and healthy ; !tC elices hl&lI not be forgotten the .

; I' li:. ,.are requested to present them to theSubscriber : Dec. 7th 1327-38-tf. c doctrines common one t has of two which Sulphur is Springs 200 in the vicinity, brilliant witticism: or pleas-nt nor lost ,'.'

.:I :'" ::.ttt: ; and all persons indebted to i in both States, and as Southrons we will E'renuously only yards from the: iublic n a world of pedantry and mctapTy' .i;
i "I Said estate, are requested to make irni MAIL advocate the interests Square. They are said to possess I sbort, the mOlt devoted '; ;
_ _ti 4'! ie- ARI1ANEMENS oft le great medical qualities.For and! fastidious :
I.; diate payment to MIL."I: outh xs far: as may be consiste.tt w ithihose further information of ttention shall be paid both to the nutter 1'Irn

JN. DE L\ UUA. Due every Tuesday at M. ofthe whule Union, which shall be apply to J. G. and N. Hamlen,Terms St. &c. and manner ofthe work with a ,audabl ':
Marks
Executor. Departs same day at 2 o'clock, 1'. M. a paramount consideration. or Augustus Steele, Tallahassee. ambition to render it still mwc deserving .

Pensacola, 15th May, 1828 9tf. BLAKELEY MAIL, With respect to the great political St. Marks 10th August, 1327 24 among readers of taste and attainments ., ::
which --tt The embellishments
Including Mobile and the States of Louisiana question now agitates the Union, .... which shall aecom : ,
LAND AGENCY. i and Mississippi we have no hesitation in avowtng our sen MASONIC M1t R. r pany the third volume of this work, shall .;"
timents in favor: of the exceed those of the former
THE subscribers have opened an of. Due every Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, M. G eti. ANDREW JACKSON-who people's candidate, i THE publication ofthe .!flasonc.iJIirror, 'I Nothing shall be called so that volume
I shall
kas
for the Departs every Friday at 12 o'clock M. lint
and sale be from .
purchase
I oi done more for the IUSpt1lded this date.THE ; )e considered intrinsically
.. south-western
an
,1 : Lands at St. Augustine,in the house formerly ALL OTHEU MAILS. than other States: nent.-If they embellish.

E MS. occupied by Col. Perrault at :here Due every Sunday at 4 o'clock, P. M. firmness any, decision man, and now sound living ; whose as a AMARANTIo,' w i'l! be such as to consist do honor m tngravings.they to the
judgment ,
: 4 ,l1:' south west corner of the public squ 8 o'clock Depart every Tuesday and Saturday, at together with his ardent patriotism, eminently ., the Mirror-will be devoted exclusively' und not. the miserable prints that are S
where desirous to A. 11.Letters. :
persons accomplishther I ei- to and will erally
Masonry 15ti.
the imposed
qualify him to preside over the appear on upon the
and
the
purchase or sales of'real estate, are gCT which are not this month and unwary
depo;i- destinies of this u ; sufficiently enco"ir- enerous. The
: great Republic. paper shall be .
i:1c requested leave their commands. ted one half hour,. before the regulartime In a communhv Freemen the Press aged, it will appear or about the 15th uniform in its texture. The good and -

A long residence in the Territory oftto appointed for the departure of has a powerful influence-hence' the great of every succeeding month. The original ?ages d1l be the lame as at number of

. | Florida become, has enabled the subscribers the Mail, will be detained until the responsibility ofthe conductors of a public i design of the work will be so far amendedas but from a more discriminate present
: intimately with arrangement
acquainted nearly next Mail unless it Journal. As such it shall be our unceasing to embrace Original Masonic Essays ; f the tylie, a larger
portion uf
suits
Zil all the individual ; the j
claims to land in this convenience : reading'
I.., \ endeavors Poetry ; and General uatter will '
- to merit the of Intelligence, rcla be furnished
district,as well as to their titles, locations, of the Post Muster to mail a n enlightened patronage live to the Institution. The price xvill >nese views in weekly. Wit 11
Community. We
qualities and relative value. And the increasing them a rein anticipation, we throw oaf--
sooner. of be g2 annum, in advance .elves
the
aware arduous undertaking per ; and! j it i- upon the bounty of the
': : Lt' applications made, for information 11:7 On Sunday, the Post | which we are about to embark ; but hope expected that every person who subscribes l licitmg none to encourage public, so
who shall
: from every part of the United States, Offer not
for it will remit
will be kept open for one '1 hy industry and perseverance to succeed. the amount on the consider the possession of
the work
-
'
: ; t1 has more induced especially them respecting to believe sugar, that estates an establishment the arrival and assorting of the Mail l ; Its beyond the power of mortal to ci'I; reception of the second number after: quivalent, to the amount of the subscrip- .
mund subscribing, or the third
: of this kind, could be rendered and letters will not be delivered out 14 But 'fue'lltlo tuccess t forwarded. will not be tlon.To (

:I h. useful to the p blic. of the office at other time mtre-deserve it. the numerous editors who have so
any on that With this brief outline of our Subscribers to the Mirror, who wish the
principles generously
All orders directed to them, for copies copied our former notice,
this Prospectus! is Amaranth, are requested to who
' : day.'V. respectfully submitted give an early l have so liberally
: : o4.surveys'mapsorplansaswell as other to the Public for notice to that effect. commended our
t. Haseli their feeble efforts
Hunt.
patron to
.Ii information, on the above subject' will I be ge. for please and who have 10
It is contemplated that the first Agents the Mirror are l
number respectfully largely transferred
t: furnished without delay. Letters, postpaid POST OFFICE, Post Master our articles into the
of
: the Observer will requested to use their influence
appear on the first in giving columns of their
mi"iPS directed to the Land Age. q, St. Pensacola, 1st April IS 28.-3-3t. day of October next circulation to this work. journals, we return out
will receive due or sooner, if the i ma- All who procure unaffected thanks.
1UgUlti7l4 atteeiion.4j. Beggars that '
,
:
six we are
temls for subscribers
which
( one of the proprietors, and will become ie- he obligation will be still
JOHN LEE WILLIAMS, | NOTICE. who is professionally a printer, will start sponsible for them will be entitled to a by a few insertions of this more enhanced
WJLLIAM H. SIMMONS to the North in few seventh prospectus.
a days) can be transported copy. We do not offer
J
.V I FI&ANCISJ.FATIO. THE: Undersigned is authorized by to this City in time. To those who have paid in advance for I >- for this service an exchange in compxrion Wi
but as a: feeble tribute
legal representative of Dna. El- the ,
27th 182f. 44-tf
volume
Dec. present ot' the
1 COiNDITIONS.printed Mirror, them to their for ... J.;..
rh
: vira Zuletawidow of Dn Ant'o \ courtesy ev*n them Og.tiJii
Mirnya.formerlyofthis r.lnth will be forwarded
). References; | To: OflsWfiK: for the the fun Wilt tj- .cancelled and the same.
. .. Col. Jos. M. White, city and executrix of the i City will be amount, unless otherwise ordered, or the The Philadelphia Album
estate of said on an imperial sheet, with new wihicuntinueo ,
Mirror be
Miraya, deceased to offer resumed.
Delegate froii Florida tct3'We be
. issued
and-handsorae type, three times every Wednesday at S250
for week
sale a
>lr. Henry S. Tanner, Philadelphia, during eight months, and : would again solicit the attention per annum invariably in advance. Itis fl
' One lot and house thereon 281 cnce a week of
No. Agents to the
Doctor Brush, New York immediate advisable
for four at adjustment that all who wish 1?
months eight dollars to obtain a
Bernard K. Bee on Intendencia Street, in this City. per annum cf the account committed
- Charleston, be their care complete volume,
to due the the
with
One on delivery of the first and commencing $
tract containing 22 Cabaleria those subscriber
Williams who
Mr. James Baltimore. number. have little or first number ofthe next, will forward their ,jj
of land situated betwixt
bayou Texar, and no communication with
The Observer for the Agents are rc- names enclosing one &
I the of Pensacola. Country will be year's subscriptioa
Bay The nature of the quested to remit the
S\1GAlt ground is said to he of tr.e best kind for published weekly, and contain all the maiL Agents are amount authorized uf their I billsy immediately. Tho paper will| then ba
1IOUiV1Sn to remit and
news of the regularly forwarded. Address
City and promptly
papers new
bricks
manufacturing and the in the
proximity; same manner.
___1 subscriber an well of tisements, on n sheet of the same uCber-1 Those (post paid) J/OT 8 & Kenny (>, -
THE as
means who have
Boilers, as a sample from theEnanufactoryandocan easy conveyance, City five dollar received their bills, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia
paper,at or
per
oust make the property valuable.W. ay- "ill add 60 cents
very to the
supply any quantity amount for the
able in
advance. W.; Hasell Hunt
- to order. F ,II. NlSBET. Ha ell Hunt. AdveaUements inserted at the present year's papers, and remit without :

-- t'emaco1a, Dee, 7th, laiT- 8-tr. Pensacola, March 2Utillb2.tf., pricea.k usual.j unnecessary: delay. This will save much :- .e7it, PetuaeoJa.ILrbubscnptions .
trouble. Boston received Ot2f
April I 823 at tb'
ef the P-nsacoia! Gazette


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