<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086630/00015
 Material Information
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 8, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055168
oclc - 09716009
notis - AKP3156
lccn - sn 83025638
System ID: UF00086630:00015
 Related Items
Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

Full Text
I
.


.;





JJJ



'* ,_



AND FLORIDA ADVERTISER J



.,.
-0"--
!::Vou; V. .4-(Priucipfa' non honints.) PEN \COLA, TUESDAY- JULY 8tb, 1808. -., (Open ;((all parties ; influenced bj Don;:; No. 17. L


_. ... -
-- w- !
PUBLISHED- -ti WEKRLV, BTPublithfrt --i-;:. shall appear to the satisfaction of j I afforded to reply to the arguments and I: who ever read it has advocated these tioned, the Legislature has memorial I

HtT '1' &. T/UtDIIT, the said Commissioner, that such certificate insinuations that the Government was such a report upon them that no one cation. The claimants have peti-
I has beer. issued and duly paid, nt t sufficiently protected, in the mode I claims. They were cnacavored
nftkr f.vctofHic lIf&tftd5tate3 according the true intent and meaning of trial provided by the sections which be'supported by flimsy and uns.itis- injustice, and the President has

end of the Ttrritnry of Florida. I' of this act, the same shall be j I referred a particular rlass of claims to I factory expositions of national I hw,1: called on Congress to execute in good

TERMS. passed to the credit of the person the Judiciary ftr adjudication. Sir, wholly inapplicable to them. No- fiijth our. treaties. Notwithstanding

FOUR DOLLARS per annum, in advance! : Jf: paying the same as so much cash. I II: never have .ked, or wished, any withstanding these errors, we are told this formidable array, the claims of

D avmnt I.L.RSill i* ilefprred! I he required.FOX months, FIVE ,; Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, .'I thing but a fin and impartial examination we ought to go on in the same course, Louisiana remain unadjusted. If this

IL/:: .Adrprtipcnr'nts injerted -"piruouliy atONE That, for any monies forfeited, on and decision of those claims. because it is unbecoming our dignity simple question be put to any honestman
DOLLAR for even- fourteen lines, :; lands sold at New York or Pittsburff, I: have never sought any thing but an. to be sued! Sir, I think it more cono- if this claim be good ought it
fjrthr} first insertion, and FIFTY CENTS the certificate shall be issued by th-e'': honest fulfilment of the stipulations of nant with our dignity to discharge our not to 1m confirmed 7 he would answer

for portion.r-ich cotiouan'e-Joner, ones in pro- Secretary of the Treasury ; which I the Treaty between Spain and the Treaty of obligations, and save the yes. ff it be bad ought it not to be

ALL KINDS OF certificate shall be received in payment United Stares. The only interest I public domain by a speedy, impartial rejected ? The answer would be in

for lands at any of the Land Offices ,I have, or feel, is that of a representa decision, than to display this affecta- the affirmative. Now, sir, who is so
1xj'FrLLY: :Pn: lf'1r i of the United States, as the certificate tive, so'icitous!' for the honor and good tion sjvereign r.O'iTquence, when ,''coinpemr to decide whether thesftrlairns

AND NEATLY EXE-I!! issued in the : faith of this Government and the just clainunits ia their
RECEIVED
':" confoimity to Security an postponed j art joud o; b.i'l, valid or invalid -
( CrH AT TIfF. "'(o, ZETTt:' OFFICE AT i,I I forecro-no: provisions of this act, are of the rights of property of the rights, and the public lands wasted by i ian as a court Ieynrd: the laws

nit\ \"LGWF, ..:"MC5 T PRICK X THE THAT SOUTHERN AR CHARGED.r PART I;. made ; eceival1e. I inhabitants transferred to us. 1 appeal improvident legislation. Sir, I du unoer whii: h it was denxe-l and consummated

"frU.t'J..- : See. 5. And be further enacted, to the members of the Committees not concur either in the fact or the r familiar front_ long practicewith

...-.-,_".__.-_.:--.-- -- ,, That in no case, slnll ,i certificate be who have been charged with the! inference from it. This bill does net ,!I surh questions, and having access

iv*i' 1
<-..7 ThE diEiciiliy: ot making collections I,\; person who originally forfeited the I whether I tate not always urged sucha it only proposes the means of Hscertaifftng i give the information. But, say some

}.a* iu.luc! u" to "fi". an n.tditi..nal! j r lands, or to his heir or heirs : nor shall j bill avoud exc'-'de all fraudulent the validity of a er-iut i in a II': gentlemen, wo cannot trust question
loI'I, ')trlffrs to thr G ir t'rtP. I It4' i I: a gnmt ,Usuc, or the lands purchased I j titles, and provide for the confirmation c'urt of the United States. The! of such magnitude to the Courts !

I". p'I./ ., 11'f'; f'airons.nakinjr ilift-fore sn p..iu'1v"I'S ; if'tei4 !J Jnavf with any scrip he transferred, until six !. *.*f those founded on equity, and el11I settlement, of every account at !hf'l I Sir, this} intimation is as derogatory

; ,{ifions;; as .tt ...-fiv' KOril DOLL months after the certificate shall have I I braced by the Treaty. .If. this Jill Treasury i much a suit against to our :National character it is un.
it\iiS n=!>. the si' ,'rritt'.ii;.. .... .(..._.tl.ltl11.7.. .("...'..(>, I been deposited in the n" I j...,.... --,, ... rn- d... r-nir grattees United St.ito, as ,hi. |1.11 ..,..1.! ?_:_?.. I.iticf tn l!...t fir.- __.I __l:0L-___.1 ..Xpirtment _
--, ( Us it enacted than and l Tne of
--- : .r srr. j. sinct .further we are morally loyally b.uiid accounting officers are required ; our Government. The

pav,\11' in A'i'.idmnrc.will p'.ease note th'4flIt abu'.... I Tint, if any tract of land, returned to do, let it be so modifiel l as to accomplish to adjust and pay the claims ng.iinst Judiciary, the depositary of the pow

m:< p i: "I i ,. ,' trsjeezre jj, t in- ; s :sold to the General Lan; Office, the object. tim Government, provided for by lav/ er tint protects life, liberty, and pro
r"I.i, he cun-. t .1 t.' i-t ail) tj} .>c .' :'j';to : shall have been paid: for in forged or : The eighth article of the Treaty This hill refers claims under a Treaty perty, the constitutional arbiter of the

dtf' } *tib-i'iiptiou. ( .r ni'-tire* Jiucc the | altered certificates, such sale shall be in substance stipulates that tilt United which i is the supreme l.nv, toa: powers of the co-ordinate departKient .
,; DrPz11I'r:: la .t. A'I! '''no, mcc that
3' j void, and the land subject to be sold Staies shall confirm to the ciirmnts different tr ibunl: l lor settlement. Ii *, not to be trusted with a decision
< will hr 'Mititled to A CI{'.I.t ot'Oue I).>lIar! on i I aiiain, at public or priv te sle, as the their titles to tho smo exteir, that the one case, Auditors, COIn, !)::oller..., of meum and tuum for a few thouMrid -
thoir SUb>crij'tion foi ihe ucx. yea t case may be ; and in case any such Spain would have ratified ttem, if and Secretaries, pronounce, :and in the acres of l.md: The idea is
Hunt: & TardifT.Ten : j jGftf'UP forged or altered certificates shall be the Piovinces had not been cded to other, Judges make the derisions. lHlWU! thy of serious refutation Tho

Offi"f>. received upon any deb for ;and heretofore us. The oMigriiion! imposedby this Then :' .10 dis'inctiut: in 10 isou or in suggestion j is not only disreputable

incna.2M! .lunp, ]1S28. I sold! or in part piyment of any Treaty, cannot be denied or !\'aded. fact-a Government IHU-.I ,n"t inroujli! -$ ; absuid, but n !S ineffectual as a

Advocate The r.as will Ficri-'a ohlipe us HeraM.!, giving ar.d the Florida!above tract of land that may be hereafter The quo modo of executing i is leftto the agency of its officer., jud-cuii or j,rf''(:!HP: for oppoi-i"J 5 his bill. Sup-

a. few insertions i.) tticir iy respecting papers. | sold, it shall! be the duty of the Commissioner the wisdom of this Governnent. It ministerial. The efltetLl..I) from nose the United Si:it'\> should refuse;

H. & T.JLairs of the General Land Office, must be by lepisfoiion l or a rihunal Louisiana (:Mr. Gurley) lit; argud:: I to confirm i'r to pass \ItW aunoriiing
-- -, -- --b "&I&...... !; by advertisement, or in such other I must be orgaiuzed to decide hat is that no act of 1 legislation i is necessary :sin t ti'nl of such a claim as that of tha

of. the United States, i iBY manner as he shall direct to !give notice public, and what private poperty. j to_enable the claimants I to_ institute I B.iron de Dastrop, in Louisiana, or of
I --- --- thereof to the person "makirfT':" To make the decision final aid conclusive suits for the trial! of their I itlcs.-' John Forbes & Co. in Florida. So

AUTHORITY. such payment : and if: within six : mf appeal must ,be gven to Without stopping to inquire how far long as they Co: not act, the claimant

months after notice, such person shall the Supreme! Court. A legislative! : in action ar-iin! t a TTT 'rtrr p-!< <*>r.: are kept off; or rather I should say

not pay into the proper Land Office J act to divti-t a right secured b, Treaty '} without }pretence of right, \vouM hand cannot find a place on which to pur

I the amount so falsely paid, the tract I I would be unconstitutional Allv I! 'the United States, it appears to me, their lever. If the United States

of land upon which such payment was I II adjudication which an act ofthflgres I i i if I his: argument be correct, it is more survey or sell ten, twenty, or fifty

made, shaH, with all money actually would l'd'ffiu:.!, without nrappeal* j j 1 forcible tlnu any I could ('mploy,why thousand acres of this land, is there

I paid thereon, be forfeited 10 the United ; to .the Supreme} Court, woull ho as i I this, bill should pas The Unite!] any power in this Government to

States. unjust a* it would hf inefectual.l''Stares to he bound by an exp'irte JM- prevent those claimants from bri' ;iM
Sec. 7 And ht it ///-/Itfr .ouut ot a million otacies against the purchasers under tne United
:
fnnitcJA ", nf'f> the United Slates, '" i f..ji : ; \\lii qn:
'l t--- ofland This wosiKl! he strange,
[PUBLIC-No. 41.] have become purchasers cf H sectionor S4';iun, the clujiuaut can assert hisright I indeed sir' How much better is it to only by a fuilure to act that these
of in Court and have his title jnlicially ; ,
fractional section the ,
for the relief of Purcnaseis of the Register Go\ern- claimants are prejudiced.A ,
A! act: I have t fair i i.-iJe taken by the
I-- : the Land Offire for the district foi '! illve"ti i\ted. To decide a
Public Lands. reverted for nonpayment claimant ; the one contending suit i is then instituted against a
arid the
of the Purchase Munf' '. which the tamis lie shall these claims, Boards of Commissioners j ment
)
!i on applica- I the other private, purchaser! who does not care for the
Be it enacted by the Senate and j tion of the parties, and a surrender of have been organized with limited it is public,tribunal result, because, hiving the patent of
Jfause of Representatives of the United I{ the original certificate, issue separate power, Iltl l ill tides to the extent of property ; before a competentto the Government, he has a claim for
both by
represented
I- States of. America in Congress | certificates, of the sam? date with the I 3,500 acre h.ive been Confirmed, decide, and indemnity i; he loses. A collusion

crscmbled, Thit, in all cases where original, to each of ihe purchasers, or which were decided by them to be council.If! I. illicit take placo between the claimants -
ths: Government
such
public ]lands have been purchased, on j: their assignees, in conformity with the I. valid. That tlicr* are vilid "rants to the grant is not confirm as : under and this purchaser, by vhich

I which a further credit has not been division agreed on by them; : Provi- I a larger quantity: of hnd, no one canHenv" stipulated 10 domain the !interest of the Government might
taken uiu'cr: the of the actI That the obligation to ratify the treaty, it is a part of tile puolic i
provisions ; ded, that in no case, shall the fractions |: he compromitted. It i is manifest from
( the second of March, one thousand I ISO purchased be divided by other large as well as small grants is imposed -I ceded by it. The Government this view of the subject, that the United -
eight l hundred and twenty one, and thaw 1\orth and South, or East and on the United :States: is a proposition will neither survey and sell, or permitthe i Suites make sacrifice by
have revnted, or are liable to revert, West lines ; nor shall any certificate too obvious to be qe ti'Hled.-- | claimants; to do so. If a sale were a great
there is
when unadjudicated -
selling
to the United States, for failure to issue for less than eighty acres. The grants submitted to the J J.idich-: i j made by them, the tide would before of title, .' he same land.an \Vhen the
the or havc been this bill have been, with a few coiir.be subject to litigation
pay purchase money, A. STEVENSON, ry by under
sdlc is j.ffeced suit most unpropitious -
a
,
I sold by the United States by reason Speaker of the exception, favorably! reported by the the Judicial tribunals; of the cOUlltr t I}) circumstances, will be carried -
woald sell to
a
of such failure; to pay, and in all cases I Commissioners. Six years have elapsed The United States
House of Representative the on'against their purchaser, by
I of the Flo- claimant who would calculate
,
where one twentieth of the purchase since the sin render
How much
S. SMITH r.nd which they are bound.
has been done. of a protracted law: suit,
else issue
money shall have been deposited rids, awl l nothing :
better is it whether consult policy -
and forfeited to the United States, President! of tV e Senate, pro trjnpore. These titles, as I before had occasion give a corresponding diminuiion in ; ,

it shall bv the duty of the Register of\ Approved-23d May, 1S2S to jemark, t'epeiul on the localI price, ai'.d they woul.l be subject fntuloss to I the, investigation principle or good fairly made faith, the to have right

the Land Office, where the purchase JOHN QUINCV"ADAMS.) ordinances of a foreign Government. the_ .imputation. of having,. ,I. .been. ,._... : h... judicially: determined, before,we place
made to issue, :. in its origin in the execution 01 tiifir uu uin iu'i
ordeposite was upon I -- ---- 2--- whose civil jui ;pruo'eucL1, before a and claimants in such a site
derision country
application! to the person or persons, i Florida Lind Claims. and present couformati, is en- having provided for a of uation. But to proceed with the hlsr
legally entitled J to the benefit of the : -- tiI.1y different horn our own, and they asserted the right! disposing toruf our Jc slarion. The Florida

paymenis made previous to such re- i L\ UoN6IEs.: hov land system is sui generis. Can the land. contains a stipulation which is
veision sale his her their I legal HOUSE OF RKI'Rr.bLSTATIVES. It not be unprofitable to take treaty
or or : this House or its Committees under- may .
found ia other it
representatives or assigns, a certificate : Saturday, \ tth Ma1 ;:>8. stand these titles ?? Sir, we might as a review of the history of our legislation not to for be .confirmation any to the; same provides

for the amount so paid, and not : REMARKS of Jlr. WHITE, of well dismiss all our Auditor.-, Comptrollers on this subject. The troaty 1-iy that the Government

refunded, which shall be received and Florida, on the. Bill far the settle- and Judges, and undertake[! which Louisiana \vis: acquired, imposed extent would have ratified Spanish the titles. In
credited as cash in payment of any ment of Private Laud Claims in to give opinions seriatum all the on our Government the duty of I
upon have also
relation to these we
organ-
die
public land that has been heretofore, Florida. accounts arising out of thu various ratifying all claim. derived from I of Commissioners with
ized Board) ,
a
or may hereafter be, sold by the United i Mr. WHITE said, it had been his S? complex relations of this Govern- French and Spanish Governments.To limited and required them to*

Stte, in the State or Territory in i duty, some years since, when he held ment. Congress would he truly the fulfil ihis stipuhtion.this Government their powers opinions all
upon over
winch such original purchase or de- the office of Commissioner under the Aula Regis ...f the Nation ; we organized a !local commission, report their to Congress. This
jurisdiction
confirmed I
posite was made. I Florida Treaty, to devote considerable should have a consolidation of all the with limited powers, and The has been done in part. When I came

St>r. 2. And be further enacted, attention to the various laws of divisionsofpower,& the idea of checks their reports on small grants. l here, two ago, I asked a confirmation -
That i ii shall be the duty of the ComnsisMoner the United States providing for the in the different departments would larger concessions and grants were of all years claims which had receivI -
Secretary
; of the General l Land Office adjustment of Private Land Claims, be exploded. What figure woulda referred to Congress. The -I the! favorable recommendation of

lo prescribe the form of such certificates as well as to the validity of Spanishland Committee of Congress make in the of the Treasury made a report the I' the Commissioners. This was denied.

which shall, in every case, specify titles. Ho felt it due to himself, decision of land titles in Kentucky, assuming one league square as' 'I! There was no precedent. I then solicited -
Governor
the tract or tracts of land so reverted and to the House to make s'ome explanation under the compact with Virginia und limit of the power of a examination and confirmation -

or sold, the amount paid, date I! more in detail than he had I the numerous statutes of both States and Cocgress' confirmed to that that extent.It this. I yf an such as should be approved.This .

sf payments, and by whom made ; : done when the bill was under conside- They must, of course, fhid themselvesmore was very soon ascertained : could not be, done for want of

aid it shall be the duty of the Register ration before. This bill, he raid, was I embarrassed in relation titles, was an arbitrary limit fixed upon ordi-by time. I then petitioned for a referenceof

issuing such certificates, to keep a : reported in the Senate, and received' the origin, progress, and completionof him, and unsupported by any unless it ihem to the courts. This was agreed -
record of the same, and to forward to I the sanction of the Committees of which, are entirely different from nance of t: i her Government, in the House Representatives -

the General Land Office, at the close Public and Private Land Claimswas our own. I consider that; a bad title was an antiquated and exploded one ( and to refused in the Senate. I -

of each month, an abstract of the certificates amended on the motion of two has ahnost as good a chance as a goodone. of the French Government, under I then: endeavored to find out what

issued during the month ; and members of the Judiciary Committee, Since I have had the honor of which few of the titles were held. In would the views of the Senate,

for each certificate, the officer issuing justly distinguished: for their legal a seat here, I have seen favorable re- fact it was ascertained that the' Secretary I and learned meet that they preferred a
the same shall be entitled to aud that claims neither by did not, and could not understand
receive, learning, finally passed Body, parts on supported Commission to sit here at
from the applicant, the sum of fifty after discussion of three'days. That law or equity, and unfavorable upon the subject, from the before very limited him. great Washington, under our supervision, t**
cc ns.I branch of the National those sustained The Uni'ed means of information
both.
enlightened: : by decide ail the claims. I agreed, so, '
Sec. 3. And be further enacted, Legislature, and those eminent lawyers States have confirmed nearly a mil- The claims over this arbitrary quantity -
j constituents concerned
tar were -
as
fort
Thi' the said certificates, when received supposed that the interests and liotKof acres of lands hukl!' under British I have remained: unadjusted my submit their rights to this Board.
of to
: in payment for lands, shall be rights of the United States were tau titles in the States of Louisiana j twenty years, with the exception a The discussed various
I I entered' i in the books of the Land Office tiously guarded and amply protected, Iud Mississippi, to which 1 think it few which occasionally find favor in. subject started.was Chimeras, and
ot'ct' objections
where received, and transmitted, by its provisions. Two kiib: less [>tau be demonstrated that there is no this House, by the favorable report dire' The"
conjured'up.
'\ Ih the -ircounis of the Receiver of oppressive to the claimants, at the colour of title. These grants, if they Commitee, who construe civil law iorgons commission would not do,' but the" .

Public Moneys, to the General Land two last sessions of Congress, passed had been referred to the Supreme titles, by common law rules, and recommend would. The Judiciory, that .
in such manner as the Com- the House of Representatives. I Court, would have been all rejected. a confirmation. remainder could be trusted last year can be
not
ru4)Ot"r: of the suffered all the anguish
said have
Office shall could therefore There titles of the same description
.-' pre- not, anticipate any are the at this time, and what they resolvedlast
band if, nuon :.Jcomparison of,.objection to this bill, when, by the tu at least a million of acres in, of hope deferred, and worn out in the Senate, has been .:e-
tii-opginal with the returns from the indulgence of the House, it was call the Territory I represent. The greater part of their lives iu unproductive year this and s.end thtj
i versed they
oico! ,-
whonco any certiGcate issued |I ed Florida made petitions and unavailing suppli-
I up belbre ; and-time. w ui not then Commissioners: 01.Vest



bill.'S



.. .
-4
-

' -- I -- -- --- S _t_ I- _.. i I __ __s. -.- -



-
.ii'.r- .

,
,




.
: 1/t
w.tlun: journnvnta, and the time of holding the followed:
\Vc arc now called upon to reject it any part thereof, otherwise: than by the. tb. frc the-Mi.1 ewrt, which In a.VMM after I special sessions, aforesaid, public notice; by persohs wishing ta RVo.

although we it lease or permission of the petitioner ; from the passing of this act, or sJlltlllH" the dreadful attacks of yellow fey
passed two years ago. the said courts given at each of the places afore

c- If I may be permitted to borrow an I and, also if the United States be interested being? brought before of the neglect or id1, and at such other places, in the State and its relatives the bilious fever, t/' -. -
on account of the lands within the limits I- slull on account delay'o ''
f cholera iuorbus &
: he shall dir Proridtd
illustration from fable have ail as cr ; ,
a wo f such claim not claimed by of The claimant, not he prosecuted a'I' 3
t> any: hat at either of the places aforesaid the
Now that the hot
read,-it may be play to some, bin other person than the petitioner; also,, final f decisioi within three years, shall be court may take cognizance HH'|jm i'die.timin .; days of ih ji.l;

: death to my constituents. It is not the quantity claimed and the boundaries I forevpf l barred, both at IHW and (1Il) cqIIiy of any claim within the limits of the State : mate are beginning to give serio.ij. -drl:!

: so much a matter of importance how thereof when the lame may hare beer i t and no tner action, at common'law there,: Proiided, moreover, That if there should prehensions for public health, j f
designated by boundaries ; by *vhom issued or proceeditg in equity shall ever bI the thought it due to
e
the decisions are made, as it is, any person defending against confirmation suffering bum
whatever, it
and whether the said claim )ha J : after be sustained; in any court I ,
of such claim, in .uch cue the; to point out the means to
that they shall Le made. The general been Eubmilted To the examination Cl1 1 f in relation t, said claims.i trial, in case he' shall request the same, ) preserve ai il

. i effect is i the same upon the coun either of the tribunals which have been i I Sec. 6. ?*;// be further enacted, I hat, shall be hud at that place neaiest the residence its energies through this trying stasOD;

t& : try. lIthe (land is decreed to b long I constituted by law for the adjustment 01!f I upon the fual: decision of any claim pro of such person defending against and convinced, as I am, of the -

. p to the United Slates, the Government I land l titles in the present limits of the s, .I secuted under this act, in fcvor of the ,:I II such confirmation : Provided That none of cy of the ratanhia in all dbeasq

: will sell it if it belongs to individual State of Missouri, and by then reportedon I! claimant! or cUimants, it shall and may be the provisions of this act shall be applied I where hemorrbag'es take place
; demand and]I : n4
unfavorably, or recommended for con I l lawful for suc\\ claimant to to a claim of the repreentati or assignees where blood tends to
: 1 grantees, they will sell or culti- ftrrnatinu ; prating, in siid petition, that. receive from the clerk of the court in I If | Jacques Camorgan! deceased, lying decomposer ir.

.. tTL vate it. So long as it is suspended in i the validity of such title, or claim may b e I f which such find decision is had, a copy of' between the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, self I take the liberty toerewith eifcJo

!:'l'l. this way, it is like the miser's treasure, i inquired into ar.d decided by the said the decree in hiS, her, or their favor, un- I'I and covering parts of the countie* of St. :. h a translation of theo mein,

nt J. Useless to himself and the world. I: court ; and the said court is hereby authorised ucr the official signature of the clerk, and I Charles/md Lincoln, in the State of Mis I t be employed to escape those di.

; did not rise to go into this debate so and required to hold and exercise I the seal of the court if any seal belongto ; souri.Sec. I I eases; and, at tho same time, I
juiibdiction of every petition, presented it, ant deliver the same to the surveyor 13. And be it further enarted, That I would
recommend
iif 1 fully. I have not lime to go into it at I i the distiict for the State of Missouri professional genthD1
i in conformity with the provisions: of this of public lands, for lt? State Missou'i, : judge a
,; length at this late period of the session act, and to hear and determine the same, who-shall, thereupon uuse the land specified shdll!! while in the discharge of the duties to turn back to the number ot the I Na.

3 I entreat the frie'nds of tlw bill] on the petition, in case .no answer or answers in said decree tt be surveyed, at i imposed hy this act, he allowed at the rate tional Intelligencer above referred !

f not to discuss it further. The House,, be filed after due nonce ; or on the expense of the part ; and duplicate o eight hundred dollars per annum, in addition and read the interesting notice of oi o .

; ,i I understand it I will the petition and the answer or answersof I plats, and certificates ot the survey, so } to his sahtry as District Judge for Foureau do Beauregard which ,.
. ;\ am sure, fuHy. I the State of Missouri, which shall be in full is j well tt
interrsted in returned lilt his otficc '
t1 any person or persons made, to be ? OIIC |
t ; that the worthy their attention. rI
only surprise for his services.
express my
from remain in nd
I preventing1" claim being established of which shall 0iid office,
4i gentleman from Louisiana opposes ) ; and the answer of the District: the other authenticated by.the attestationand Sec. 14. And be farther enacted, That I Please to give an insertion to the

' f. r this bill with so much zeal. I hold in'' Attorney of the U'lited States where he official signature of the surveyor of all the provisions of tnis act shall extend to I: enclosed, in your valuable paper ; and I
.4 and be
the of Arkansas
; applicable to
Territory
: my hand} a memorial of the Legisla may have filed an answer, according to ; public 'lands shall be del.vered, on demand ; and for the of finally settling : believe me, gentlemen, with great

;i. ture of his State, I brlieve unanimously the evidence which shall be sdduced by to the partY interested therein, and 1 ( and adjusting the put titles pose and claims t; regard, yours. 'Q'<;;

!;. adopted, urging the necessity I I the petitioner, by any persoi interested the same being presented to the Commissioner I l lands derived from the French and Span: Washington, 12th June, 1328. -.' .
i in preventing the decree of the court in i of the General Land Office, in
3 .t of a reference of their claims to the favor of the title of the petitioner or shall entitle ihe i ish Governments ff "pectivcly,the Superior; 1 -
City
Washington part Court for the Territory of Arkansas, shall Rules for using the Ratanhia t.
,
' 'f il' Judiciary. petitioners and by the United States, in i interested to a patent from the President have, held, and exercise jurisdiction in all prevcatative against Yellow as a ,, .

Jl1.t [Hero Mr. White read two extracts conformity with the principles of justice, of the United 5tate cases, in the same manner, and under the Fectr '

. from the memorial.] and according to the laws andordinanc(>s Sec. 7. And In it further enacted, Thatin same restrictions and regulation1, in all respects 1st. Every man belonging to the cre; :

{,t 5 :: .' The diversity of opinion between of the government under whicV. the claim each and every case in which any claim! as hy this act i is given to the District of.a vessel sailing from Europe t for the ; "'

: that and the originated, and the copy of such petition, tried under the provisions of this act:, Court for the State of Mi>souri ; and iheJudges \\ (.it Indies, should drhik, upon t;
aaempty
gentleman Legislature .
with a citation to any adverse ptssessov, shall be tHally decided aganst? the claim of the Superior Court, Clerk 01' stomach a tumbler full .

B. t of his State, may arise from the fact: or claimant shall be served on such possessor ant, and in each and every case in which said Court, Marshal, and Dish ict Attorney tanhia ratanhia ofr.oxycrtteOr -

that theie ate in his district a number or claimant in the ordinary vg.il; any claim, cognizable: under the terms of of the United States for the suit Territory, lemonade, I '

. h of these unsettled claims, covered by manner of Reiving such process in Mit this act, shill be barred by virtue alan shall, severally perform the s.uuc tJutit't'1 I every morning during the passagean

f.' ) occupants, who have neither titles: State of Missouri, at I least: fifteen days: .f the provisions contained therein, t1 iilitu and have the same powers iu clatiou! (to I one month after he has reached the

before the term ot the IWrint Court of 9peCU>d in such claim shall, forth the claims to land presented and prosecuted l.snd, or during his cruizing in
t. ,: from .tho.i DT he ntees. nor the United .L- IT_: ...I c..,.-a tn u/hirh the *!ine is Will, Ue h-.'-' n.,1 ....n no.. n... .f .1... in said Court in the Territory of Arliaut those
. tates. -
. :i longer they keop out the made a? is nci cm 'j.-- seas.iiiuuuum. .
' returnable! and, in like m.inner, on pur.lic IUIIH i>f the Unittd States subject: : u .
:; claimants more cuu"..._nii,, : .
I : the the of titles and claims to land presented and "- :
stronger right the District Attorney of the United States to :hc sum: disr-osilion i tL'f any other public aftc
:,f prescription becomes, and neither; the: where the Government is interested in hind in the !M-ne District. -1!I prosecuted in the District Court for the the ratanhi.1 in a solid form, every ma"fi.

f f. Government or the grantees derive any the defence and it slnll be the duty uf Sec. K And be farther enacted, That j State of Missouri, the Judges Marshal of said Superior .- should take four( pills every day- :.
Court the Clerk and Disliict
; .MI : benefit from the land. the United States' Attorney for the District the Clcjc of said Court shall, ana he i is these pills made UD with powdered
"ii ; shall each
Attorney, severally, receive
." in which the suit shall be instituted hereby directed wlieu allY pd tition or and snnll
a of
sugar, quantity
I:
know I
that of emoluments
and
!l:4.: :"" some my constituents I- th same fees, compensation gum.
claim filed uiitier the of tt.iact. i
: in all cases where the United States arc provisions for their services is' in this dragon ; each of them J
as weighing
\i ; have .lands within that gentleman's interested of bejie any proceedings thereon, to 1 from
on acctwnt the public domain
act provided, in to the District 18 20 and
regard to grains
district. which and sufficient for all containing
iJt' must come to requirtfood sccuiity
to take notice of each petition flIed!
; Judge Clerk, Marshal and District Attorney
trial at It is in vain under cost ancharge* which may accrue thereon and a half grains of extract of rataa.hia. ..J
{ ; some day. that : the provisions of this act, in thr :. in the State of Missouri ; and the said
' Lt;:. hopes are entertnined that the time said district, and to niak defence on all t in josecuiinj: the same to a final (b: Court shall commence its first session on ,

.t t'.. is to be procrastinated much longer. .just and proper occumns, in behalf of the I cree)ju'I'ili:: ; Hid aHeiuliug the District witnesses Attoiney, and, jurois Clerk,, 1 the first Monday in October nest, at Little 2d. Every man should wash his bo- *'/l

,: l t. It is better have public interest. I Rock, in the Territory of Arkansas ; and, dy and :limbs with a small :'t
now to a dec6ioiib shall: be allowed such fe forse sponge
:. "r.t.'," : .. -.. y Sec. 2. Ami hf. it fi/"tfiff. 1'11r.rtn'Thtt.,. .... .L' seei rtlly .. 8 ILII1F afterward. ,. hall sit_ tin on i its own adionrn.nients I .:-1 ._ __.._1._ _. !
* llt- which all uncertainty will be removed'l'K I / -- > ices anu aueiKiance as mav ne n J---n Ulpp U iiiui rummiia vinegar, ailuted:
*titio:1 whic'i! the aforesaid until all the '_
shall at
: .'. every j1 : he presented place ,
! :: nllowt'rlbv law lor ih- like services and attei'daoo with lesser of
and permanent improvements be be- j under the pnn-iciont of this act, shall beoomluctrd in the Disiricf Court of the state business before it shall he completed, or a quantity water than
"ffigun.' The I is the time limited this act shall have that requi-sife to make the j t.
: gentleman opposed to at'C I I according th** rules of a o; Ahssvri.to he paid by the party culling by ex oxycrate ;

t ; decision by the Courts, but has don-, court of erj-iity; except that: the an"n'fr of for suci service or utiendance, except pired ; of which public notice shall bt given These lotions to be made three times :"Y
i ?$* the! district a* is provided iii this act in relation to
me the honor to say he would be willing Attorney of the U-iit-.l S'ates n-hcre Qe ;petitioner or petitioners tail to a week.
t ; shill not hercquire, to He ve" 'lied by hisoath hi her tiuir! suit the District Court of the Slate Missouri;
f. to submit the claims to decis proiecue or or claim; This treatment is peculiarly necessary ,
my Provided That in all of decree
and tried cases a against -
without ccmtifiudiicunless -. : to fiitl 1 decree obtain final
it: : aIY a or to ; it decree
: ion. I thank him. for the flattering for and the United State for a greater for the individual not used to the
i.V,: cause shown 'he !:id in js, her, or their fivur, or win-re
: ,i: t estimate he has been quantity of land than live hundred acres tropical climates and should be .
fo
pleased to placeupon court shall have: full powr :ran't authority! any sun title or claim inny have ocf-n presented ;; ( .

;4 I!. my character and competency,, to hear and determine all q'jpstirns urising n: the ComirmMoueT, 6H the Register be in Ihe the Superior of the Court of Aikansas, it shall I lowed by every one going to, or resi.
of the Unil
"li !' but if I have, in the office I fuied under in said: cause, relative to 'ie title of. and jUecfiver afiii'g: a: Commi; ion. .. States duty to iiausmit to Attorney the Generul l ding in them, each year, before (to .
the claimants, the extent Inc'lItan'} erv, tjjr |ieexaininuton jf titles and chiim Attorney
:: this Government in othercapacity ;; nfthe United States beginning of and during the
he
:1"i or any j as soon as may alike sicklj
; hounditri: of tie! ,aid cluirn or nthor to JlIlCi..o s.iid Distuot, and by them hltiSIipI..n
:
ill I.. been so fortunate as to pio- I matters co nectcl Miyewith h, fit and { J parted ullfavu' ably Oil, in all of statement of the facts and points oflaw season. ,

;'h'. pitiate the good opinion of this llou. -, to be heard an' ii'ei-niu-u! ; and 1 proper bv- which c'*cs, all ("cost rhaig t:s, und expenes h':". iu..the" case UP ,...as."1!i is:__required..._: _._ J of,,the_ 'd Dis- I To_ :ncrffisf._ fJtp. .rtiLitif.. .. nf 7?.,., __ i
or of it I a final decree to settle I ., ol\s.ich l iroscniitMis.. siiall! I be paid by ii ".L .r ii'"iij ui .uiasoun, wnu me sainc ---- ? ?- .w '-' I'J .c.o1 .'
any portion! beg to make that ?nd) df-tcrnune fit | of from German horticultural .
ight appeal tle decisions
.. ot the writer
.. ; -
** **
: J S. I I flu petitioner th.it, reeon
.v S V II HintIHSI ( ID.4Ilsv> tf t h. ulifl'l v .f ttlP ti'I or petitioners : theo .
Irk.:: bill or any treaty, : ( V *>rlauons o". .. ... 71..,., C-ui t in Arkansas, shall be allowed to each mends a onitn '
: contams e\ ery protection for the -&tii procf'iiti;sunder j.f.ii. f* fiiltlUl'fl /Ilic'tlbthr -..... .. .. large to be planted! bf
fr interests of the the sa nc ; the several arts of COM- aid fifty cen's fi'r the ,tIci.d copy of ciM'iin in the District Court of Missouri. tl>C lUc oT 4t-.. _&. II t., .U ;

:.4. -. the Government and is Cress 1 in relation thereto ; aid: the Iw- I 'iich final di'Civ'-; tJial iie! )iirieor of PubI ft'I:. 15 And be farther enacted That manner that it shall touch the :

I Iq4.t 4's', : .only satisfactory mode in whirl* .I ann ord nances of'the ;nvernm"it 'r th"se claims bo which it is jl I e.ich of tlui otJ'ci.d! s'-Cfion hall .
1. can settled. I will! alledtjed to :have bcrn derived : cern iiitlf'S requited ol extend to claim* of a larger produced will
, $1 '1 and} i !hi:n. .wd Ihe I amount than have an odour &
: : only make one further remark, which | all other qnesti.ns propt-ily :uiling-I I I keeper.f
,: :!II; 5s personal to mysr-lf. It has bren in- j I i I between the cLimatits inJ *'i UJih'd I talcen: tmu'T f:JI rner 'icts of Joij- Approved. May: 2t'>, 1824. stronger and moro agreeable that '.

; :i :: sinuated ![ >(ate. ; which decree shall in -i'l' gress. fiSr the ;Ijiistiuruf of l md taltS! --- such as have not been so treated .aoo ''
-- -
( -- ;
:. out of ooois thii} I .t w.. ; hail t I" iiilovvf ; ;
.j 4'f'.1':' J ly am bl'.TP//I refer to tu? treaty, l Ian., (pj') o'- !;nincr.-. : at l.'tc i tte o/'ten rents for ,\\ : the water disiilled from these is ..
t-J .,., 1. interested in the chimi! to be niKirrviiici! it M ccnHnnfd: or ''Irvret] ;F eve n' !hiimlreilvoii.:.; :'o...'aiucd in Ill; such C \':\j.\NY superior that roses ':-
'. d M'MMUi i ) ('xidence of I prepared by of
l mcatf' in the H aiint iil"r L ; claim means :
COurtS uiulur this act : Itrl/llilC court mav, at iN di.-crc I ID oe paid --- .l.
; if if I ion by the p.'iitv MppIyJn; tii*.-ffur. I ordinary rose lea res. .
i } should become order ipited facts In the British :
.r a hw.'Ilf''l'l'r tu he found*1)} Su'c. 1:'. An-l House of Commons .
' r'. this has I' a jury, ac-Nrai.i./fo uc It further ciacte !. That ,
been invented here the l'l. ;llatolls and I itslrill I I he ht' M r. ]>eel From the Sahm '
: e'. ( (1 lately '
or sent II of paid the Gasellc.
.. ...- "'?1 IUj..?:ItIUUUS'I...._ leners i .. to .practice fissues of tl'e sail courtl hen directin.' Sf.it.iv_ .,.."Y.L -.thf d Att. ,'rnpv. of tutUnited fril11.. v. ... ..I.. _. _. f following_ = Cure fa- the flr-., :.,..-Th_ .... .fn.j. .,.: .._
nifmlus of thi* i p tituis.rul irj Wi'iich: LA 'v. '- uj me. \. iracier 01 one iiuniii 5 OJ
in the ol theprofessions. tide
'ia. foefwe ,
chancery
: comes
; l'H suits to
our
House anie co.nt authorized nands from .
I do not know ; I here and, in nil ; I in1 this act II':;!:1 !Oe institu levi rn'I Vv a mast re
the hoever
spectable
:;;: pronounce cases puriy against whom ted, in eveiy I'HM [we i source and we '
: in my place; the i iixinujlionor i the judgment Of d'-csre of the said D'.s- I I a'rtiu-t tI IIPiiiiH; whrol')1.Sr. decision i iI i\ agree with the rational Gazette in I mend it to the attention of our strongly readeu-recoo-

:.:t." ethics wholly! destitute of founda tl'ir.t'COIIl't may he ti'ul'y' give, s'i.,11 l! bPtiititId f '' xcccN one rhl.lhJ,1! l RCICSv! I'', uiri in t.'ie:.live clnitn f saying] has enjoyed a correspondentacquaintance : Extnict of a letter .crilten by a very inlt&:

: :: :. tion. I an nciihcr! directly nor indi-it from to an :lJ'Pl'; il, within! : ole yrai I Smi ;rt -iiiiis:, :o He .\a.lr.Jty icllf'nilof out with (the Faculty in the gent and respectable man, dated in hit

rectly, privately, or the tin or' its rendition, to the Su llie t:,.iiiI Ssatfs, :: sfnfC7ieiif United States be Slate of Maine April olli, IS2 S.
professionally, Court Containing; must willing include "I
of to
f t preme the the -
; United facts of am
States I lie knowing
interested thr to
in I caw, diiJ the : two extremely!
I ':tt .1 a single chum Jf i dccision <.' \.I.dl| ; Court, shdl!! be final am! I !H\V on wnic'i'! the/ sainc vnis decided points of the them in the cuo: .ium. \tlr. distressing cases
Wee Dropsy
interested sud.
in and if ,
Peel being
; ;l"" every one, it is no ronclusive b-Jt'.veefi tile parties: and the; Attorney Geni-raJ observed.;
) ; shaH be of denly relieved
objection to the bill should no ; he tli.it the opinion by means of tne Buk:
; "With
ask
; we an impar- tj.p-ai! tald-n, the judgment ded.siu.i of the District to the
respect
Court members of
of P
;
t : was common
; 1 tial trial, and not a confirmation. I or det r. uf the sit: DiJtn "i Court sliall, eri'tnrods, il shall he bis duly to diiect the medical 1 profession it EMer. Oae, a wona-iu .
t :
Whether in like manner, be fiiul aPl''allO be an was lib adv tuceel in in
'I I shall shall and co.iclii-iive. I made lo Ih years the last-stage
or no: be couu,1 Sec. of yupre/n1? Cour: good fortune to have held! '.
3. : the in of
p'e! &iil te it United Stales tho this disease
further
for I who
enacted and lost
of 'J'tut to j' brother
a
any these claimants appear for, a 'f
is of
the and! course his life
a evidence wlch'ha.! : a
: i prosecute the extended
intercourse short
matter for them and been received by said appeal in that very time previous, by the dO.
same
myself. And! I the different; tiiointak couit ; ant it sh.tll with them
wliicli! hAve ; be the fuilher duly of ; and on the ease.rp
; certuJiily IMS'no bearing on the constituted and appointed bC'clI1 the Oisfrici AH-Tin-y_ strength of other, a young wotnaii :
l : that
by law to re I iwvr iln* iustiucfjon infercounsfl he said who had (
irin" > merits of ceive ich Ki.eJ lo Inui been for IS months ronfineJ '
the bill, which I iu-j s' e'ideollct'lId to rejoit the by the Attorney Gtnnr.il that it was ; j!:.
J, will pass. -. same to tle Secretary of the t'reasur I in that re'pt'ei. impossible! to find in any to her bed, (four of which previous t3 :'

to the _.. .} or, Sec. 10. AniitiLii profession men of I. Janunrv ... ...
CommU enljrrlH list.
Art ._. .. .:..m"..' ," fti., r.utlpl". < *J "*' I more ncd i .. .h U-U.... ,1.1 I.
-- u. v me vjcucrai l. -- of'" t/tUHCU, illri r o ------ --- uunU1U I l
-- -u.within i.I-' C"UltUIf1g the hmis! thr claimants to linds Office, upon all claims presented to therm nml I it Slid!! h lie dUl/ f lile M* hal l lf lIlt' views-of more disinterested benevolence down,) 8 ld whose I'

:1n(.' Territory of of the State of Mis-ouri respectively, shall l he received and ad .u'eoVii I\lis OU-i, by Iliinsdror dt"lmty. tc I -or men who were mure rea exhausted, and is now wholly free from
t Arkansas mitted siid
11 to institute in evideicetbr Court while in session dy to afford .
pmcr or against the Uni and I the assistance of their scientific dropsy and
rclmgs to try the validity of their ted States, in all cases under execute all process to hioi directed recovering strength in a ;
this by
CU
i' enacted by the Senate and Jhuse oj beyond the person reach of testifying ihe Court is e.tel, or ,: Sec. 1J. _11;, bs further enocl'.d, That I in need of it, without :any view to personal Other cases less aggravated unexpected have been : .,

tpresematives q/, the United States of tU tlier with such other testimony process it; i if. HI any case, it should so happen that the aggrandizement [hear, hcaiP! He cured by the same.

.America ix. Congress u8. emh'ed. That it may be in the power of the petitioner as, tit (0 aiis, tenemenU. or heieditaia -nt5ifecreca fell that he was not speaking! too The .
shall and may be lawful, for person, or persons interested any cl.tima.it, under the provis/ons ot I Recipe i Is :"Take W
any person or in the this warmly on ihesubjVcf when ho
de- act said h.mdfuls
persons, or their 'fe. :il) lepfesentatives fence made xgall1st f! shall have been sold by the Uni- that the of tht: green or inner bark' of( :
) iaiilUhingany cljum, ie.u btarrs. or otherwise :I profession was an honor the I .
chiming lands) tenements : or the United StateV disposed i of, or if to white common Elder
or heredita Atturlle it fl
, iLk: ments in that '. and which ) ,to protiucr, the same shall i.ot 'l.ave be. n heietofjre horn.iu nature [hear hear hear steep
II.:. : part of the lato province slvill be admiisabie' according- cated, in -hch and lo !] r two quails of white Lisbon Wine *;
Louisiana such
which to the rules every cue, it shall
is now included evidence I
! ;J the Sta'e of within of law. and the principles! anti may be lawful for te| ,.,.ilv inrere jd A: peaceful O.-n n.-A London ,! hours Take! i y\\\\\\ of the Wine w

.f. .is: .__. "_Missouri. by virtue of any : to enter, after fh.. c.im.... .oVn i.',.. L.___ ., .mr....rnn/T n->nt"L the I mnrninrr fiw :.. h u..." -- .
i mi,'i- ur-- -- -- ->ii.iii iinviurfn 01fered uU'S ,;[ ---n"iI' ';11&1",, ur more n u "-
i apani.su runt, concession Stc.4. And f r'i'L 51 r John j Cdl1'd"
: # be
; it
further at : .1
: sale
: public the lik be born,
enacted
I Macrae
warrant, r.rder That qua.iiilv of who ; or ifmore
or of ,
:t; survey, legally madr, in all cases in which evidence land, in parcels, cour.inuablf received the honor of convenient, part
tli granted, or issued, before the tenth : 'el.tb sliall be of divisions lo jtecliuu.il Knighthood from the ( m the morning and .'
of day the petitioner, uhitilj has aU tuMivWons, ill ,, King at tl/vlate part about noun, .\
'I.t March, not a Land I
and four one the thousand eight hundred I been received by either of the tribunal. OJoce '" the SlalC of AIl""Uri ; and, i it it }levee, requested as a particular favor I on an empty stomach. The( white : .
by ,
proper authorities, to constitutedv hw for should .so happen that that the pithed Elder
any tht in abounds '

1t makiiie such in Essex Comfy
purpose, it e-i. cercmouy might be
person
I: persons resident in the hall be the tries, there performed
province should 1
P" Louisiana, at the date thereof on Uuite'd States duty for of the attorney of the heenfrrcra fiactional remain in the hands of with the Duke Wellington's ; we have tWO kinds, the white an the
or
.;I <. before the tenth day of March one thou the suit hu.ll be instituted district, in which less llun1hcr tiliUl tltm.l1est excess sectional of acres, of sword. His Grace, who was near ( black piihed ; the latter I believe it i
die
hi Bard eight hundred and four and which interested in tie! defence may or any person visions authorized hy :aw to be sold, it His Majesty at the time, was applied 1 I not found in pm"-r viciuity,. t !least N ; .. fi'
was
examine shR"
't( Between protected the or secured by the treaty or cause to lie cxuiiined, the witness and may be lawful for the party inter- to for the loan of his sword, which not recollect to have met with it there = :
stt"d
United States of America whether examined m virtue of the I "r'he "
in such
: court 7 factional noble Duke effect ofthc
liS' or bark *
by acceded f\li
and the French com execs, to but preparedas
1 : Republic, of the thirtit.h mission under the quantity of Olle half j hove _
1k' day of April one thousand eight hundred I it shall be the duty authority of the thereof; ar.d upon p".f i inff Olle dollar and qllulel'Sf'ction. twenty I strange to relate, after every exertion, I or the expressed juice from twI :

Jt'J And three and which might have been of the General Land Office Commissioner of the five: cent fcr each acre contained in such it was found impossible to get it out I I! leaves, (ful grown) wliich }has bees ; i
half
' i\tjo perfected into a complete title under and States, or the keeper of United quarter section, over ad above the, oftbe scabbard Sir John was obli. I I used with success \vhenVilla cotjM 1 t

in conformity to the laws and who any public records -, fractional cic.ss to which he may be euti-.I ged to t be I be all : r
usages have Knighted
i; customs of the Government may possession of the,." tied by confirmation, with the Earl of jot procured, !s that it promotes i" ::
under records
which and \
i ; the same originated, had not the sovereignty tribunal) which evidence hare of the different Sf-c. 13' And bCf **f""her enacted, That sword. I health animal secretions necessary ta.t* -
,
I of the rtou'n'ry been transferred to by law for the adjustment Deen of land constituted I for the purpose of carrying info eflVct the From the National 1 1Varwick's which is the cause of its saluta.
the United titles in provl ioU olfhis Intelligencer. I rv effect in .
____-.- .. .States- in each and every such j Missouri a> held by. Krance., unon_. .. th...... trict r.nn.. ._act C.,_the. Judge, of the. Dis- 'J 0 THE Pnrrr'.uGENTLEMEN.Ifl *. r-o t dropsy... d d A. hf.
W cme, it snaU and be law --- -41 & IUI ollne ot ---a '
may ul for such application of M.ssouri, sliail .JivduerJiry will always follovf j:
any hold
person or persons, or their legal whose claim person or persons, his sessions at the following places 1826, you had use of r.
repre. to lands has been viz the powerful & the best
evacuants
rejected : nt the goodness .0
by town f St- to
sentative to such Louis in the insert, in > ,
present a petition to the tribunals, coun. tour I medical
or eith-r of paper writers
District Court of the tate of the them or on ty flf St Louis, on the third Monday of the 30lh of now recommend: nU. ,' 1' l
Missouri
application of oi
II transla- t .
setting forth fully, plainly and substan- or by the attorney any of the person interested, Septeiiier nest ; at the town of St. Genevieve npn of Prophylatlc t'n and truious aliments as the best nieJici"8 It

tially, the nature of his, her or their for the district of Missouri United States j I the third. in the county of St. Genevieve, on views upon YellowW Curative |III every, even extremecases, ofdebi I. ". 0
.1 claim to furnish co l\lullday of Decembtr extracted .T 11
to the next itv. The E1
lands and
tenementsor heridita pies of such bark I -
evidence at the from and leaves of the
certified
under his town of Jackson in a memoir .
of ruentfl and particularly stating the date official bignature, with the seal of office :I'I' Cape GirardcHU, on the, third the COtllu.v of al Academy of presented Medicine to the Roy-I tier have been long known as ptJ\fcr.; he Co
the I I Monday of
grant and
'hereto
concession warrant or annexed to the ful!
order
if April
there
be next he shall evacuants
a seal Qf ; appoint his and not esteemed ua.'t. th,
of ROYHl.Arademyof
under which office. j own Sciences
survey, they claim, clerks and in the
;: after the first safe. .
and each of the Institute Yet caution j is recoinrueu ; a e
the name or names of any person or Sec. 5. II I said sessions of France the .
per diitl be he shall thereafter by Cheva- tet
further sit
enacted, That upon : m using the buds ha'EJeen '
ions claiming the same, or his rier FOUR as their effects
any part all) claim to lands, teneim-nis own adjoummeiits, at the places afore AU DE BEAUREGARD D. Ifl,
thereof; by a different title from that of aments, within the .purvi*-w of or this Deredit-act ; said, unt,| al| the} business before him shall 1I.( of the Faculty Of Parig. Since, found dangerous in sone cased'"i zh(
the be Tho t.
petitioneri or holding pcisessionot which shall nut be brought by 1titiQI compl ?led. or the time limited by this !I that time, I have nad the young wornun I mcntO -'.-:.
act 'for-
j snaIl have expired of which good used barked ". f-
said ad. tune to obtain tjlt wine ut the Ilst3-ncI iil Ir
;
the prescript .
; o.o ..,c 'Ja: ';k.if.ti .
.t-q. -U'! ; v1l. S'3PT! .
,

I' .

,.


,

i.
--g--.. -



He informcd : fTCm. En';md.-The packet ship Pacific tVnnsylvania: at the option of the 17 The Account of Prof eediDIZW of al; the Celebration rt AK Njp
acquainted of the Anniversary Independence, ,
ultimately I I jur.vcrl New \ork., trout Lit'erp'O1 holder, and the principal at any time at Barrancas, was received too late for thispaper
int.
nin that he tried } ton ;h Jutit luring su.t'ti on the 1st. 1853 at the in 0 N the 5th A
t thc6! after December option : it shall appear our next. who call
rproniinrudwl t ly : ; i' 16tlT May. of the State. The sum of $S60, Negro binself.boy, j

ui.out!. WCM5S, ; Des laJrtJlirm Warty RuE"ia against 000 will be required on the 10th of \
ci'I I l he in the House of William White
Turkeant+ Pass.'r
EIkrV.IS SUltfTCB13.
the
coalP' instalments ,
of
and monthly
of 6 of resoiutioa July next
,
a
_. ,_.-_"_ Comm"n., by a m.vjority ,
m -{ n !Uvor of Cathobc Ertantiptatoa, are. I, 3190,000,011 the 1st of each month says he is twenty-one years,oM about five

iT *A the only items of political intelligence of from September to February next. I feet four or five inches high, has a scar

-, .-,.--..--- =. t tni"t)Ortafice. $ < on his left hand and says lie did belong
,,) Thr following; copy vl'a commercial tet.I from the National Intelligencer, 9th "Junt. I- to a person by the name of Sandy King

I !er from a hou-e of the first respeclaSumtv : The following gentlemen fyavebeen} I Port o? Veusacola.NTEKED. GeorgiaIndian SprinftS>and now deceased

at Liverpool with which we Lave invited, by the Secretary of War, to a 1- .. Said Negro ran away'about a month since.

,! been palely Hi vortd, affords the latest I attend the examination the Cadets, E I from the heirs of the deceased, and made

1 view of the Cotton Mtrkct. at the Military Academy West Point July 1st.-Schr. Escauibia Hurley New 1 his way to this City.

The"Livern sale l oFCatton Ml. 51h Monili.last week 16th,amOim'cd 1SJ8.- I which commenced on Monday last ; I I Orleans, Car:; toIr.. Campbell, U :". I, F. T. Comiuyns.July .
Yard and the Master.
Navy ,
h t't I to .'JOh-4;;s, tf vrhich 14.SOO were \- Commodore John Rodgers, United I| 7States1 /h.- Schr. Elizabeth Forsyth. New Or- July last 1828--I6tf.

m-rican, cOII"I'tin of 7,500 DpUn 1.2.7ru Yal''. tf'aU5 Curgo. to J. 1'\seay, Kopnan and List OF LETTERS
c'- N y.rz I.r-ew Orleans 4,16'J Alabama and Mobile, GeneralriJliam Carroll Ten. j Hyer, Joseph Forsyth and the Navy A-
of TTfc emaiuing in the Post Office PenacoJL
: ,
-
... ', and 2jO Sea IsUiuis ; of the whole, about I
Ll / gent.
: I % la. on the 30th day of June 1628
: : : 4,00'J American was taken ill speculation.The HtS.lire. CLEARED. ,

1T--KSDVV.- = Jl'tIh.!=- hit import WHS not more than 7,400 bagscf I I Colonel High Mercer, of VirgiJ.im July 7t!+.-Schr. Escanibia, Burley, ie"' which will be ifnot sent takeu to be out General within Post three months

--- I I ,'stick 2,300 were from the United I nza. Orlea I Cargo, 17,000 Bricks, by no- I Dead Letters. Office as

I frite; : zan!> J'cur.: States. In the: prices general!), there : '> Kent, Esq. of New York. man and Hyer. ,
A.-I). W. Allansoa Daniel Au-
I lower ,
=
was little or ro alteration ; the Dr. Ilo-.ck, do. "
L'r SauJty's Mail! 'H' received: a circular !: cj.uhties of American Cottons HJJ> he said quhart. .
(( H; the llo.i. JuSEPUM.. 1S'Iir.. out I! to ha\e sold at very full rates. Hunoraile D. D. Bernard, do.Honoraole NOTICE B.-Nicolas Brown 3, V. Battle-

t/I.it C*ate i! Cuagtcss. W e \ iJl! insert :t iu I Dining tile present week we have hada John H. Bryan, of North .4 LL persons indebted to me, by Note tongue, William Barret Nicholas H.

our i.tit.l continuation of a good and stead)' C.zrcliu.a JSL or Hook Accoun, are requested to
Bull Lucenda
Borreth John Brooke
I niMud, almost wliolly rom the lk-I! Colonel Totten United Stales make payment to Col. S. Gates who is I I ,
'l : Sf.me.-Acoimartha* been entered trule, but not w.thstancllJ ? there is no my Assent and Attorney, during n.y absence Henry Brown jr., John Bradbury,
inT.. !'<,! the rraiispur.ation of flU'1 MKI! in HSinff j :irrtt. from Pensacola. Rosset Cnta\\ Charles Bent E.
1 solute nnprovriiient in pr>cc to notice, J ,
bet eeu b:, kPlry A. null this. Cuy.Jn l there is siiH too much disposition to meet General Brady, do. Samuel Patterson Boyd 2, John W. Bradbury, George

cuII4C1U ce ofwnicna-i aller"1 lOll in J j I the demand. L- ..d'nit of much perceptible P. H. Xichliu, Esq. Pennsylvania. I S. Blake Thomas Barron John Bar-
of the I June 182b
Mim.: .<> of rile irpariaif BhkelryM : -17-St.
will li IIt'I anen'.aent.: The arnvals.altbrugr! con- Colonel G. W- Hitter, du. I __ rit James
t I ii I has l>f'i UJaut' It T-ftft'l George Budd, Bridget-,
ilcv.oe.are! lc than )had been
>
I %; >s expected
c, -1 at tiaif |>'t-t 8 oVIuck eveiy t'r.J.ivic Professor Vethake, NOTICE Thomas R. Broom F. Buchatjan.C.
i iIloJl .
,
i o a cl>aige ot wind, and the import rfmoiitu ,
,
nin uir will not oe one half of what it Dickinson College, do. THE Citizens of Penwcola .-Samuel B. Cocke 3, Benjamin -

.r, ,/: Cdtbrnllun and Dedirrrtoe.T .- I; w'*:, in the sn\e mjnt- last year.i Colonel! 13reck,0//v /if cA7Capriin /. 4 and the Public at'respectfully V Collier, William C. Chaplin,

.1. ..:uval of 2t.. Jo .u i i',P ;K.ijtst.; az d i} OHolI-panJs; ls, 01 d. to mid.. 5; a Gl! Lacrahec-, Connecticut.. t. 1 \ informed that the fast sailing Doctor Compton Benjamin J. Car

."j" 1).lll.-a1(1I1; .: .1 .or* a. .1lasunic :tail 1 fair o;rgcoil f-iir to 00,16j l a 6J ; Ne* Henry A. Ballard, Escj of Louis ;'il-t Boat, H. H. Chamberlain, Noun, Ferdinand Christin S. S. Coleman ) -
I ,
w. IP. C..td.I,1 sit l..t.'fr.t.: nil t..t' |. Orleans ord. to mU 6 a 6g, fair 7, goodjfjirto Zalla. \vjl/ sail betxreen this (Port and Mo'i.le: :

1 II u"+ 'v'': "!1 d "1.1.... fild al1pr'\'I'f":: I" f"t goad "'i J 7jJ ; .AiHO.ii4: and Modiie Colonel Isaac Andrass I\"ew Jar r.g+llarty once a week, during fire UITI- ; Adam Crawford, Benjamin

CJ: l'l.n a l' t'II'I' t u1, .1 DLLLL' .a 1. t!' ort.10 .i> ,!. 54 a b. fair 6? good fair iner sea; %". Ch.tpole, Call &, Easter, Charles S.

-I to. t..fil.JI ...i.k-r (.' .1IJ1p.h.:1{ .>.'r1 ; u Jo.J,1 l f5A ;, 6J ; rjca lsla.' d., or l. to mid sey. R. Bruce C.iiterline, Stephen Collins, Charles

.n'L .' ,. 1'III". Hf'It' i'ij' I"h'!' IHat'J: I I. 13 a I C :-!. 14J, good fair to good 15a I William J. Ashley, Esq. rf. hen I I Coit, Mifflin Coulter, Samuel Collins
.. t.j'"in",! S rail' Master
4.v occuant ofBy 16. tuck .
tJ ,_ ... .. .. if.i IVnsico'a. ; ;3-inruiel G. Ciarkson 2t Charles
,
t ",'Of 2 'ri;* 3".I 'or" 1111 :+ L M -t :-- -f "- U] tl't a-ia :t- ; tonal Thorn-is rilj- TfhRevolutionary 112'Q 'a. ,
> Eaory '
JlarylanJ. '
> Cli.i ;f Collector{ Customs Key West.
( "' II" :( 1'\-t" h. h:1:1; *t I'urki-y, tm scared) I hxd any effect \

r n our n eat \.cts totr any Kind' of produce Claims.i P.-Willicim C. Donelan 5, Eben

y. [ Puc. !t..tlf a law ol the !lasts \ turiy! ::1 h.,! any effect on the value otUrhial ; John\ Pitman, Esq ll! adc f Island. C AROOliDKN, will! remain i in Duir4, Anitte Duval, Joseph Deles-
.- ,a i ol Cv imc'-->. ilit> road fioiii Fort \Va hillg'to for
; Stock: some months, and
,\lt, ',':II, by PiUiCourt H< usc Ala., tol'.IC' '. S. \Vc Extract of a letter I" the editors: ; 4 the Norfolk! upon being duly authorized pine, Jeanne De.f!ie, Henry Davy
: fair: ofAttorney
I iMVt pretty demjud forttu. by pc*'er
1 < aeon, dated Lich sell Daily Chailes Deshon.E.
1.1 hlII IJ't'J "1\li"'If'ri: Pa > : .
as J I he
C ./ to-il. .v', and the inaikct tens iru." will continue to Helps Agent
rw..tr. (hr-rvii'g that it! M ui h.- to tiav--l l \oi.i Mi-"heh' 3Ie.iu.S'+ have r.'ceiedMtxiran Htiliz, M'iy 3rd 1828.
r r F')it 5 the late of Josiah Evans WilLani Elliot Stephen
for
Army Revolution whose
-
.
relief ,
to the Otii of ills -
pallets lh? Dole the
r. icuf articles
; I t-> t intent lit- Irs 'er "l ft .nl bO tn wiia3Untling versus predic-
.nit1., : : ot intt-iest are sulj Jincd, tn.jog of scifutiHc : a bill WAS passed at ti.e late eiion of.Congl'css D. Elliott 3, Alfred \V. H. EU ,
l'i; I ball .h; t''." nil :\ t.:. Pu i tnutS'j j'j tions gentlemen, leptcting the
:. fated li uu'0 Ei Swl.' -A'. K. ( \| a-.d approved of on the 15th of : wes Thomas Eastin2 David Easton
iasiel of tit; City fxiiiolieu; n\\t';* t.lCt totr.o good a.id bad qualities+ of chi ship, i am ,
P .U ( it is itii It-eliug-s of indigtiaiion and has May i't t ; and upon rertri\ing the evi i' !j! William
;ist t'" r iifful rtit J .pt l!ii f-'i the : h.ipuy t.1.v. -sue ansxvertcour aloe(- I Edon.)
horror UMIte 1 dance prtoj..rlh ed: by the Secretary: of theTreasury
;.kr.ltl'II ; to wlnCu II tai an\\c'r "l. thar I have perused rile accounts : fatiuns; in every icspect, tare one : she I! F. William Freind
Col. Ogden will Superintendent '
S'.L route w.'i. IIo.t c..ttI.i."c'd: as a PcM H.I d CM"the 0.11ar now ianii( l;ot\veen the : slits ut-ll, works: well and is an niii-om- procure thl-! I
4. the :Mai! c.,u! i ,mt !h.. cTrJvl '>a it, at Ituhli. tHUs of tinatitnaia and St. Salvador. Tile i i UKalrochus '. line sea boat, but ;rPCribadli, witti lllimes of those entitled ti> ho duly It' 'i I of the Fortifications MmouleFern
!i- > cjmmtted by ii.i: ; flee.s of the tilt'111.1 ', tered, and v ill n. .IHl the certificates tlee; l miles Ezekiel C. C.
) "lxp n5r.utitu U lea> : ideP.. M then quit tei ii ; e hive mall k{,1 1 Ferguson,
JJlm.liah'.ttrl..d: the matter to our farmer, dUI :lIg a I..de.icurslUlI tutu ell r : 10fernloiy on her lojj, by the stint and have of together with the two years' pa\ now Y. Fonda, Ellen Foster.

V..I..g-atp in C.I"re: ", t., 0.1! Ht' rSrr.iot iS !I of tlie Jattrr, rnisitvfhe.st: || >'!led t-eaten" with t"dse. every ve+el we have due to wit : From the 3d of March, 18G I G.-Charles Green James Mc-

ive Mt' iI111'Itt'l11 l-ji the *> taih! ,hrjcnt of tlieSl4un i the r.: plus ultra of wage: and ut.uisci- J ..M; with. Tnt Tatc!' -z, has hen activelye + to the 3d of March, 1323 by tn/.l, in 1 I ,

Iuute. !ii l a 1a "per app.icItlnnLta'c : be pline.I\arf.lr.l The pen leturCj: to ILJ-,' mp'oy-d : our cri'i/ej t have ken short draft of tile United 5tttc Hank, on an\ I'I Grarh, A. Gurdin, James Gray, F.

to the P''It.t"Ier (.I" r.il. to older! tr.e deeds of infamy coimaiiictl oy ell.-,e i..H' tiequekt. d:.:, I trust, it""ire'bie foe I of its hrancht--, pj;} able to eacii individual, II 1 i T. G,.raud, George Green, Isaac

the mail: hrfulith..tr.i! i-> route, ant if he j I pieddtory bands of iawl-ss Glai! ;ry, eLh1111ttiUllJ ; t'll" coiiiui I"'". Vt P isle wuwg.. t,..r tIe1t.1'IIH I j I' or to his orle-, .. : Gag-e.

111.011.1'e; ui r .0 coinplv will; the rfqiic:', ; { tj.o! name of Cinistians: lad lit- ', c.f[ the ?!,'SL! l flHrt' 'i> lcatJs h ; J Ullf, 9_ i," "v.*, -I' -o:{. I H.-John Hall Manuel Hernand

tr us ". air confident he vculd.0 gicrilj; nuilcans( Suffice it to sae. that wii-j-! -l hit 'ail u:, iI truic.. cn:: ClShe al riVfo i !t -
advantage; \\ould t te oJl.tiw, \'iz : tw', "li.tnct, of St. Salvador menvu."jm, aud Y'I'i cj-M form no idea of tte fxtfiit: ol" | NOTICEIs ,, -7M Bi'n1'min Heath, Hamilton E.

t: 1ay?' travel r t JrlHOIlJ! be saved, and| 1 chil.!rta, were brutally pus to tire ami me tutruwierce+ : ci+'r,ed on in this quarter V. Robinson.I. .

the :hilouli come the whole! r.sfallcefillm :: ,' swordira the exception of itie .",ulIgt't'porti. float 1.t:20 \c ?r1!> me (pa<.itig to aiivi j jki j I Ii Hereby Given, .-John Innerarity 4, BenjaminiIvy.

Foil Mitchell on a tints ridge road j, <>t| of the f'inuie! s, w i-o ueti'ie.sei vt l fro evt-M' d.iand it i i. gl latiftiu! ; to an !j r 1"11 AT lire I.tld .tirtt, rllk nr the Xayby .

not J lial.Jo! tu i lit' aO'octe b\ heavy rains. fur the unholy gntificifi'n 01' die rein ncI.. Aioe. i lean. to mark tne *'i};>oral :rv 0'"ut i 'ti'.l formerly OWI l In' f"rI'l'i..c.I) 1 I I J John .

Is r.ot Ibis stihjVci worthy thr prom;.' at'e'I ss invddejs. '1 tie it-t-ote a.id the ad \t-:,Pls over IIlil'' ''" n.t'r (')I"Illi '', ill and Fr- xlufu 1Ietu IILi: horn p.rch\Y 1 I Jemison, John S. Jime-

tl i.'jti oftlit? Citizens of Pi>acuIn ;ut.lVI its tveie driven back at the j.oi.ir ni iL! b. yupu .. of b'
HUM i and of the Public! Uaicetstlti..u c1 ii''t to polish! in tilt fl alu."c are cu, : I: III.} ner'itfler: oe (nun'! irespassintj 'htretl. Johnson, George Jackson.
heie Mi.uued | The vases given tu Gl". Clinton i
to dr.w Kt'il over & ho t ofi i I on will! br immediate!) ;)rus-'cuI!*-.:. K.-J'Jhn M. King 2 William
enHffiilieI'Hpf'tr.cd by the of and dd! Ijy the Sheriff hjvc been I ,
l allll} thegeneral ; : I :
M. .l 1'
1i'lulc i John
Tfiitclitrs Pews The lo + Kennedy, Knight 2, NicholasKelly.
Bn-lcr) over[ government. o eo Vascuncrlos> obtaoj fiom tlu.-jHr t y h'iacr, by .ihe I '
the tit ElIC"itIlrHi.r irt'letalof' the fed il foic I C''llnl.mdalI U. S' ..Veil1Yuid .
? i ill bin'ri H state :i > ot St. :a\tlt.r., Grand t
Liid-jp of
flic I
State New
.Jf tl.'c.v, tt'.tt I. ebaulutrlt: dtyrrt II" ,0 assures th"; Prrsidrnt, .M, inte-! do Arzu, ill i of I I PriH.ct'li.' Jun *<'1.. lbJ8 -15-.tt.Coun L.James Q. Livingston 2,\V. K.

cr-ss c-n n \V- fxp'ct suo:, to ii"ar that .. his dispatch, dated St. Sal; ado' Ifi'n|| York, and resto' ed to the! *amity: of :l, I Lattimer John

some accili.Ili I.." happ(,: tl il\ ,'"n,e. Mirrli, that if a iemdl ot like ct'.1'S the' Idie (fot ernur. The stile of his :y Court fur Escamhia "" P.Lockey 2, Eugenio

q1"- It'. ai t feat ta: our urrh'rhit fchould occur the war will! J"orti itli Assum T effects: satisliw-d the jiid' ment Countv. --At Clr.mrs 5 L'lValle, John De La Rua, Edward
JJ'.o ,. an leaving JUIH27. 1823In 'LJnford'jlliam F. Lain Wrlliarn
MaP forced '
or I. come from exterminatory character, and kraal: :!le | the| wljiJh ,
carriages of little .
are
iiu [ ,r.i !J". It.oH thi're (bet notsiinsj but death the "l ei's va- romhimlC.Pitfl Lambert
rouse ;l10.0II. tu t 5; hilt. i lue an net of tff J.eiTle'ulitJe Lititon: fc R illy.iI. .
unsold.
!, of l < .o-I:iiii at that place should; I! There seems to be no likHiood of a cfc- Cou:icil (// t'u Territory of b' O'1d.J. i .-Henry W. Morris 2 WillianiMcVoy
ti liii'lyv i ,:'. afom its 1, sa'i'jn': of ho>:ilities! ; ail it in truth I b.. ,
appearanc' ny 'I Letters from Mexico: state, that bya Jth, t poll. be upeiicd for the 2 Thomas BernardJ.
their laid that this UClnEd McVoy
III etui, t'tiioi to brliet'C1tSuJ,1 tv,ll!jt fair portion ot our conliM'IH ,
'is a prey to all the misfortunes itiiejMiable I recent decree, the expellod Spaniards I le' of rccci\iii Ig| vot -s t arc.' dim- ;\Mueller, Patrick Murphy William '

.U.rlt.r ti-d Firs I\wrance Dan': I the '''fiom' the most inveteiate and bloody con.I instead of embarking from the dates in the to represent tlir people of; !hiQ Co. i Meivine, Daniel T. Mathias 2, Duncan -
next
O.!>.::' nf (W"?lt1-fll tin, papc of the tentions. The M :Mca'i ;,aper< arTrd j j const of the Gulph of Mexico, are or-* ty at the Lepiial election! ve Coil to be i2it Geld of tliisTeiritory M1Ic:ull.Jn, Richard McManus
; II ut.: .; 'OI:1IlIIlIic'.uioJ! d is scnice'y any matter of interest the j on
icpnh-
re-
ppeart ; d..rpJ lake
| to their
: dfp'trture fromet fil'5t'
lat *"" t-< (tie an')ve i,n.iifa B ink ; the \viiJsr i- lie seats restoied to a :euerrtl calm all j I the M.Mulav inu;.u-.t next! viz : Thornton .Minor; Isabella Manuel,

ul this pa.a;ra'jh wax titt.1 absent and the comtnotioiis i-x:!id liv te! Vice Pre sl' I 1 I Acapulco, in the Pacific 0 ceall.I .- I In slit I A Dibtrict one Precinct. DaidIori11 2.

l*liIh.!. i: u ul Hupiopc- say a Jew noriib i in dent Bravo, for wi, Ji ho !has* been l haul!!,rd Spaniards remaining in the couatrv :I At L. .r.l.c..tJ. at the House of Madame O.-Francis H. Oliver 2, Joshua '
ex;!., ;:nt't tne Laud retire I berr.i.ll .
lirc to twenty lc.t !:l'i into t!! I Owen.P. .
;
The I. ,1.. of the IJanJc of Macon ar.cithos From the /.s.' Florida Herald. interior I lit lh- ?.:,1 1)isrictfutr: Precincts{ I 1
I
on tm an,)lraac: of theSpanish Mr. Pink'ti;
of u.o: Miiiuc ant Fire Insinance ST. AroUaTixr., June 11 A> the Court House. I Jnmes Pendleton,

li.fik, iiavi 'C antiliil .tlt" It-ss cttl'r e.'t COll.Q"r.-ss.-Titis I squadron on tiieco.ur.Jt'zf I At Jam-1!* Spi!lm.1A'Ii. at Florida David; Porter, John Pike, Zachariah

ti-u than thosp uf rue other Ba:>kin the body adjourned i I J;urnal. At I U. L. Cotton'a, on the \\ eat side uf' Pretlce: Jamos P tattoo, Joseph Piper i-
State of G.-urg.t : \ve Knew of no rea-on on tnc l tIll lilt., loavin. a .trxit;' im : ''I the -sc'llJIbil. 'I'
of business Letters from Limn, o1"! JMarch 20:! D. RV.. Pittman, Geovania
why t1should be unfinished. The \
the cast*. and bfioiur. {)e u'I |i At \ rn. tiaines'.Ejbt aide oTthc C; d1-
: t they. wen in good credit and coJiditio !- pie of FloridiJ, having no influence in ; sure, that the Congress, which:; 1 t4dhad M b::* j j j Pavia, Poil Master Key West, Win.Ie .

I I.t. inldrosspi nn rnqiiiiy on; the sub- the general polkics: of tile been einht months} in i f's3iun, And it i is further ordered that j Pinkney 2, John Phillips.

.of feet Gr to''ria inC. in' ;a Mer I letter of the>n B.i.fk other of the bast State may be inclined to the coiisiilrraiion country! I':J-compleied the! revival of he Cunsti tu- persons named as Judges in the follow',"gnuuler.tiu. j I R.-Edward Riley 2, Nathan Ra-

Hess I I lion which ..' lcd *- are he''eby uppuiuteJ an1 I non, \Vilii.nTi Russell 5 Thomas R.
Tiitii on ihp 4ih April : with his u s uall of those measures of lo,;..r intere WI tt J Its by the Presi- I ,
to
(r required the
j pies.de ut several
prune ()ttui-and noiitcness, that genMciiidiireplied which have ber-i ,-lfected( by our D e- j dent L':1IJ1r, on tits iyn, and was to elects to which. their names: are attached.AT pre-. Rootes, James R. Riley.

r<, the e.iquiry. on the: It3I April l ; leg ntc during tlio pie- -iit session. b.; ratified by i'ne people! on the 25ih.Fho BA.UUAN1A3. s. -U.IVitl /I. Sliiie, Joel Sawie/H,
tn the
f.ItitinCwords : amt as i,arty of LJolivLir is said bo Jeremiah Infjraham, Thomas Commyns James Spillm.tu; John Sager, L. R.
The Kills! ;of thi Bank of Macon and every genre>eHta;i'e sHould bo! tu I
bin-ill. Idem. L. C Hubbell SimpsonJames F. Schenck 5 N. G.
,
the .M.tn.io aJ Fire Insurance Bank UI' judged by ale zeal, the tidii.y, and 0 t
hill Lttate. generally received the disiiteicscJne C lItr,1 America according: Ar THR COURT llocsa. C. Slaughter 2.
withhichlie ac-
throughout >s : j ,
rite State jI I John de la Ku-i, F ii. Niibet, Joseph T.- 1r. ]S.ircos Tio Jacob
i in al! Tailor
business transactions counts received ,
New
serves his ('ohstitut uts. we ask our j I at York, i ia is in i! C. Keyset f ,
awl are at present, .o farts I kuow i James E-Iwnrd
R.
be- Toy Thomson
0
:
|I
unsettled
readers state. had ,
Grenada
1h't J viod credit." I to notico the flJlln'il1"nop- : very A r .J.DI :S PIT.t."IfA !. I
s I
In out paper of the IGih May we stated sis of wh-t t he has effected for us during ; I;j I revolted, and was opposed} } by the inAndreo. P. 5inp.on, Join AMen Sirupon John Tcel, D. M. F. ThorntonJoha

lire :I..*:alCp of the a*)o\'e, (without referlini I : the last ses.ion. I I habitants of L'-otJ.-Jdm. \\ ilil.tlu, Ward.; I A.Tu.lov! 2.

: tn tIt |litter for tilt' AT R. L. COTTON'S f Y.-Nicholas Urquesa JoacquiaViosca.
exact wont) and An art authorising! Legi-Jitive) COUB- Rather Q1Jeer.-A Western Editor
:1I1(4t'd. the suer .- Why then are the cil of !Florid to meet in October! instead Joseph \V. Hull R. L. Cotton Benjamin .

r--u,-4l ;9y. our Met chants and Citizen*, I of JJeceinoer, and repeahi.g1 the : 1 I m-ik.es the following apology for :J GaiaeI :. W.-S. Williamson, B. D.1Vright

O\\ "I;.- .t ._\ r leuroi iit notes I pr.gk current!.\; .'" j i in ir.e sixth section, of tilt act entitled prt>v ISO II I ,the non-appearance of his piper on j AT tti'rL'.td'I (7 iiS1'. Jacob Williitrns, Jacob C. Williams,
.j -i
.. in Ibisas.> that the notes tern I ':kn act () establishment of Trritoriai the regular day of publication.Itlrr.l."I I Joib Gaines, Jurues Urcvv-ter, Peter: ,
a Walkc
ti J jniirht be Henry 2, Jusoph r.f.Vhite
placed o.i the footing i I SS'llktrson ,
they Government in Florida, and for other; feel ashamed to own the fact
rr" :: -M-tl.: rf i'd we thought that the strongfst I Pulls! to be opened at eig'it i o'clock: in Luther WiUon 2, Henry Wilson 2.
but "
'\ ttf,4ce of purposes, approved March 3, 1823. I "murder will out. The
their good repute in Georgia. An act to establish plaih the morning, and close at ,ix ucloc nkin ((171 Letters.)
!
Southern
w hich! a Judicial
} nc could publish, was the favora reason was, my readers, that dear
LI1..' District in the Territory Florida.. my the evening. T. TU'IFCHELL. MAIL ARRANGEMENT .
of
4'"I..n an officer of another Bank I wife said I mast at home and ,
u) thai. Siatc. This favorable upiuion An act supplementary to the several take stay Judge C. C. E. C FLORIDA MAIL.
,, was acts for the settlement care of the children while she
in and ,
jiven < ch confirmation "
a manner, as place! Due every Tuesday ut 10 o'clocfc.A.
tie cur-: !M. CRUPPF.Il, CierkC. C. M.
ft'uC'ot, tn.e I of private land claims of Florida. went to a Camp Meeting and I
notes iu the State beyond a ; as Bf J. G. DRAKK, D. C. Departs same day at i o'clock, P. M.
coutji ; and it is ill justice: to him, that this I APPKOPRIATIONS FOR FLORIDA am a peace making sort of a ma 3,1 RLAKELKY MAIL, '

I article i ii written. I For a survey of tue harbor and river of did as I was bid, which is ihe only 'r\\e S\\\1s l.ibe Including Mobile and the states of Louisiana -

The S:. Marks, in Florida, vvitrr a'iew to theing apology I have to make." s.. i and Mississippi

i redoiii.i Newburypoit Herald says, lh > hip practicability anti l expense of deep,t HAVE just received from Hoston. \' Hue every Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, M.

colt, ls if.p, which first arrived here hunt FP?sal I the same, the bum of five hundred dollars.For JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. Orleans, per Schr. Elizabeth, I Depart every Friday dt j past 8 o'clock,
11 et FI..rica vessel 1 we hate had from I I building! > a Light house a; the PRESIDENT OF THE UicniD STATES OF an addition to their assortment of Book> .. M.
since it has been lac :I mouth of the St. AMERICA I and Stationary for sale the
ted with the L'i,. ore >ra- John's ll.ver, six thou s Lind ; it ALL OTHER MAILS.
n. five hundred dollars. To till whom it may concern : PENSACOLA BOOKSTORE.UM i Due every Sunday at 4 o'clock, P. 'I. .

FOP five yuoyj in the channel between J..1 XES BAKLR, Esquire, hating producedto OF THE FOLIO BIELE. Depirt every Tuesday and Saturday.

For tile Peij cjl\ t j Key Sliest and the Islands to the westward me his commission as Consul of His 80'c1fJck. A.1.. ,
A Gazette. I of it and the main, 1e>dinK fru.n the Britannic Majesty for Eut andAlabama Wf gt among which are the foHowirtg : C7" Letter which arc not deposited

The CARD. I Gulf Stream. to the Bay of Mexico, seven Florida and the State of I[ do Extra Quality Russia Bound ULVXXBOOKS one half hour before the
POoH M.tiif'of Pensacola. havins hundred du lIart.These hereby recognise him as such, and declare consisting of Ledgers, Jourrals, regular
., returned after .absence of two we ks" II besides other him free to exercise, and ujoy such functions Letter, Invoice, Cash and Sites !too its. rime appointed for the departure ot"
:
,
uasrnes. au n.siuuanon, by the Editor of been ( objects ave powers, and pii_.ileg i ai are allowed! FooUcap Blank Books, leather backs the Mail, will be detained until the
} effected '
u.t:.l" IOtJda Ar u that hl' hAS been uilty r i'I of considerable im per- to toe Consuls of the most favwred Nations and corners, feint lined, with aid without next Mail ; unloss it suits the convenience -
breach of eunfiden in I I lance, which in addition in the United States.
irtteruf ce pubH.hif1: thp. : to what has red lines. of tne Post Mailer mail
to
O leant A. U.IPUY E'q p "'-M tsterat New I|I heretofore been done, will enhanceer In testimony whereof I have caused these Extra quality Letter and Fool&cap Pa- them -
,
Tn- on.U.c nubJ'cct cf Ship IP t :j I the pric.of lands and facilitate the letters to be r.J.,de patent and the seal 1etGi It and Plain edged I sooner.

rota good duly oillUlOo; of very ritien of P lisa- )j settle meat of the of the United States to be thereunto Superfine Ked Sealing Wax, & ? On Sunday, the Post Office

.'.t' will 1.5 prized by the Post J laser, and I I country. aCiud. Best Am.ricjin Eagle Playing Cards, will be kept open for one ]hour after
. spate nJ flat, Given under
; I0 band at the
merit of
it. City
Ilf' my
Rodger Silvered
Superfine Steel "
trrefore, rCI1' the arrival and of the
assorting Mail
. a ,buLt rf'qaeus thuP. v.io entt :ain' The 'ecreiary of Pennsylvaniaand Washington, the fifth lay of April I, knives, ;
, r'f' on' 'the; abuse suLoj"ct. to cask l. has advertised for a loan of A. D. 1328, and of the (udepen dance Walker's Dictionary and letters will not be delivered out
,
.,
.\\L r'lhl of tile Intel $ ,100, of the United State of America of the
. :V
1 tilt'P It.Hlr-If"... t k-I" ,'h.) trout of 2.1h J'Ut)t bstJtlul I f Slate, on 5 lnir ct. stock ; the in- JOHN QUINCV ADA![S. tion. Key Books and Exercises. dav. N
.Hoe. } rnsacula > tares t to be paiJ semi-annually at the By the President : Song assorted. W. Hasell Hunt

.. oh JuJ" 1S2 3, S H. CLAY Hunt & Tardiff.
. I Treasury of the Slate, or the Bank of POST OFFICE, Post Master,
Srrretarr. of State. 1 Pcnsacxria, 12tb Jut 1828. Pe:.iacola, 1st July, 1823.-Iia ?-: t.




,



.- -
-
-- -
--
-.
-
". -
-
-- -
-
.


.*




A. appeared thta day -, theittornev COMMERCIAL HOTEL. MASONIC MIUIIOR.
\ 'VutonC\ \m8.An ( )
be ihe named in' the foregoing power House lately occupied by Maj'r. of the .
Form cf a Declaration 19 rr.adely publication .J/lSO'l'C .
the relief THIS THE .Jtirro,
act for of ctitcia survivm? Officers attorney and made oath that the sane WRIGHT
and Soldiers of the of the Revo Officers. was epened on be 8u'J>ended front this ti.-.. '
r ; lution. Army For the purpose of'obtaining benefits f was not given to hi:" by reason of any the 16th of February, by the Subscriber; TZU AMAlA

I Be it niacted oy the Senate and house of an act, entitled "An act for the re i transfer, or of any attachment whatever, levy or of who respertfnlly nolidts a chare of the Patronage b a Masonic work, will taKe tht::.TJI.
I and soldiers seizure, by leg*l process ol'the Public. All, which the localities place or
f Representative of the United Matct of lief of certain surviving officers i' any the 1Iirror-"lll be de\'oted
-America, in Congress atscmbtdt That each of the Arm of the Revolution' ," approved the pay therein authorized to be receivel afford shall be studiously provided, to Masonry, and will c.huiveI1

s of the surviving officers of the army of the on the 1 Sth of b y, 1828, J. --, i but that the said pay is intended to and every attention devoted to the quiet and this month ; and sufficiently appear the l5kof
personal benefit<< of comfort of those who will favour the House tncour.
;entire to the
i of-in the of in the State wholly I
Revolution in the Continental Line, who I county -, aged, it will appear on or about the
t was entitled to half pay by the resolve( of I Ii of -, do hereby declare that I was an the person Iy; whom the said power was i with a picferencc. of every succeeding month. The 1 jK(
An excellent Billiard Table.
i ., October twenty-first, reventeen hundred officer in the Continental Line of the Army ; executed, attached to design of the work will be so far original
eight, be authorized to receive, out of the Revolution, and served an such '; Wilnesa my hind; this day of-. the establishment, occupying a separate as to embrace Original MasonicI'oetry amended
will contribute Essay
'in
I'and of any money in the Treasury not otherwise i[:here insert, to the end of the war, or (as the year building amusemcntwith. and G ne Intelligence !
I : Before me, -, [here insert either a out interfering with the good order and rel&|
the of his full the be to the time when the arrangement
appropriated, amount cue may ) live to the Institution. The
of other quiet of-the House, and ptivate parties cnn price wfli
Justice the Peace or Magistrate,
in said line U his: rankin of the Army provided by the I
pay according > be g2 annum, in advance
1 r .: I duly empowered to administer oathsJ in I be always accommodated with a distinct per ; and it j U
of and 21.-t of
the 3d
the line to bcfcin with the thrI resolve Congress expected that
f i sitting room. every person wh
of *
the County of -, in the State -, sub.
day of.VUrch, one thousand eight hundred October, 1780 was carried into effect, 'scribes for it, will remit the
and There is on the premises, one of the best amount on
personally appeared, this day, -, the
and and to continue during and reduced under that ,] at
twenty-six, arrangement of the second
Stables in the shall reception number
-, of the said who did severally place, where Horses be after
his natural life : Pnvided, That, which period I was a in the regiment ctwwy, the third
attended subscribing, or will
strictly to.JOHN
-line. make: oath, that -, by whom the nit bo
under this act no officer shall be entitled of the forwarded.

l ;;i, to receive.larger! .sum than the full pay .And. I also declare. ,I that I afterwards, .. ,received foregoing.mr........"'....'I.. ..declaration.""n..t__, ...I was 1"1.1. subscribed.t...r..* .I...rt.cr.is.A.. I -GABNIBB.-- Subscribers to the )Iirror., \\ho--- n-,t...'... 6L
;IIV'nllT '* anIA -- I..U
t ;r: vi a iapiain in said une. a certificate commoniy caucu(! a. 'II.U. I..ti JCl V& Jj: IUC
.'.:ai's' .# commutation certificate' for I been an officer in the Array of thc Rcvo- Amaranth, are requested to give an early
That
'. c And be further enacted. I a sum equal Board per Month, $ 25 notice to that effect.
,'I'r: .:J Whenever any of said dfficers has received to the amount of five years' full pay ;;; lotion in manner as therein stated. Day Boarders, 20 for _
( the Mirror
1&11. money of the United States, as a pension- which sum was offered by the res-,|lve of l Witness my hand, this day of-, Dinner 73 Agents are respectfully) _
requested to their influence
use
'"'''' tr, since the third day of March, one Congress, of the 22d of March, 1783. ;n- : in the year Breakfast or Supper 37 to this work. All in givinicirculation _
i I thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, stead of the half pay for life, to which I f ; [Signed Horses per day 1 25 who procure _
)It L *aforesaid the sum o received shall be was entitled under the resolve of the '1it: I. i, -, Clerk of the Court c.( the County I per mouth 20 !six subscribers arid will become ic. _

: tJ t, deducted from what said officer would, October, 1780. .Of---, in the state of-, do hereby Penfacola, February 20th, 1828.-45 tf. sponsible fur them will be entitled to a -

., .. otherwise, be entitled to, under the first And I do further declare that I hwe received certify, thatbetore who:!'. the foregoing i > seventh copy. -

1t,I' '.: section of this act ; and every pension to of the United States, as a pensioner Affidavits were sworn, was, at the Notice is hereby Given, To those who have paid in advance fOP j

' which "rd officer is entitled shall since the 3d of March 1826 time, [here insert either a Juatbe of the the present volume of the Mirror, the
i Sl. now day pereinsert 3| HAT at the next Term of the Jloe ,.. Araaiantli will -
..1r. Cease fcf'ier the passage of this act. no money, or (as the case may bo)I Peace or other Magistrate, duly empowered JL the County Court, I will present theaccour.tsan.1 be forwarded the full

;Ui/; t Sec.3. And be further enacted, That that 1 luve received, as a pensinrer i.t: to a-lminister oarlm,] and duly empowered vouchers, Sf anply' for a final amount Mirror be, unless otherwise d. ordered, or the
.
, j. : non-commissioned officer the United Slates since the 3d day If : to administer oaths resum
every surviving << ( settlement of the Estate Thomas Com- -
,,"j :: musician, or private, in said army, who March, 1828, the sum of-dollats, paidto j In testimony whereof, I have hereunto : my us senior deceased. QCj'VVe xvouldagain solicit the attention
.
1t : enlisted therein for and during the war, me by the Agent f.r paying pensions ; set my hand, and affixed the seal i Thomas of Agents to the immediate adjustment

; ,f and continued in its service until its t r.I' in the State of -..3Signed I (r.. s.] of the said: Court, this thy of Corarayns, of the accounts committed to their.care ;

mination, fcnd thereby became entitled to [ ] -, in the year ---. Testamentary Executor.FenBftcola ; and those subscribers who' have little or

receive reward eighty dollars under Before me, (here insert, Justice [Signed] May lUth 1828-9-6t. no communication with Agents are requested *
resolve of fifteenth ef the Peace 16-lw. 2m. to remit the amount of their bills
a Congress, passed: May or other Mah'istrattduly OTIC
". seventeen hundred and seventy- empowered to administer oaths,] ir. the Ei. by mail. Agents Are authorized to remit

t1 rr eight, shall be entitled to receive his full county of-, in 'Ihe State of -, personally Xl'r\\E" ALL persons having claims against the in the same manner.

l1 monthly pay in said service, out of any appeared. this day, -, and- : tate of MANOKL RONIFAT deceased! I Those who hav received their bilk,
1'
, g4c money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated I of the said county who d'd. severally, ;at. S HEREBY GIVEN, to all!) Creditors.Legatees are requested to present the same to the till add 60 cents to the amount, for the

p.1 ; to begin on the third day of I make oath, that -. by whom the foregoing I & persons entitled to distri- Subscriner ; and all persons indebted to present year's\ papers, and remit withoutunnecessary
[ bntion of the Estate
;r. March, one thousand eight hundred and : declaration was subscribed. is generally : THOMAS BoTL :slatc said estate are called on to make imme delay. This will save much
of the
: ttj. twenty-six, and to continue during his reputed and believed to have been I 1 :j that then County cla'unsand of Escambia demands; deceased, diate payment to JOHN IEL\ HUA. troHble. Boston April 1, 1828.

', j. natural L1fe :_1 Provided- .-.-, -, _a.e.a That. no r nen-r- :an.. .--un officer.in.....the tt......Army,":.. ,.,.of...,the. Revolt i''no I red at the ttpir.It.s: _f ....- will?'_-be_, *bar__... I..s.oii1.i, LI1) .Ilg J""n', for IJQ the- Admni'x.... !W .1 I""uQ, .rr :

:;' Tate, in said ormwho i is now on the Witness my hand, this day of_- ---. the date *f the order ot the Hon. the -- T lIE Subscriber has just received per

: i.t 1 : pension list ofthe'United States, shall bi'm in the year .)iidge of tl,,> County Court, to tbej luJackson \:\\a.\\C -r EliLbeth from New Orleans,-ma. "I

entitled to the benefits of this act. 'jSgnedj] j Cl rk ofsaul Court, administer, ex of- king his assortment of Sea Store very

::: Sec. 4 And be it further enacted, That I. -. Clerk of the Court of the County f.ch..,.'..,..,...on.1._said< ..,__Estate.._ unless exhibited ....." Superior. -Court-- complete :. _
the pay allowed by this act snail, under of-. in the State of -, do hereby i it' .111r.tL Ullt:, toj Western MJistnci oj Florida, Macaroni, in baskets

i,1'"J:' the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury certify, that -, btfore whom the foregoing j| M. Crupper, Clll'k, March Term, 1828. Vermicelli in boxes

;1' : be paid to the Officer or Soldier enrli'iJ affidavits the Gruyere cheese
wcre01. was! at j by J. G Drake D. Cleric.I Thomas Hull "
,
Complainant
; :! : titled thereto, or to their authorized attorney time, a [hen* insert, Justice of the. I Pattegrassedo.
h.J: : at such places and dats as the Secrt- Peace, or other Magistrate, duly empowered t Penwcola: fith June 1823-14-4t. Romeo Lewis vs. Richard C. Raisins, Prunes, Almond

> tary may direct ; and that no foreign to administer o-.itln: ,] and duly: era. ----- Allen & Simeon, Cook J Champuigne: Wine .
i t' Officer shall be entitled to said pay ; nor powered to administer oath I O'rlC Def'ts. Family Flour
;..: : thai! OGicer receive It appearing to the Court, by the Affidavit Do
ti any or Soldier the In testimony wncrcof, I have hereunto HEUEI5I do half bblg.
GIVEN, to all Creditors of Thomas
Baltzell
.:t 'rt?t':' flame: until he furnish to said Secretary set Illhand, and affixed the seal : 55 and Esq that Rich Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Pork
Legatees: persons entitled to ari Allen. one of the Defendants
::, \ : satisfactory: evidencethat he is entitled to I j[i.s.J of the said court, this dol,}' I (distribution 0' the Estate of KruscisHotIIBLIVE resides out of the District in th.scause Mackerel No. 1, and No. 2-
of the
3.: the same, in conformity to the provisions of-, in the .- Territory Superior Gwsiien Butter
year ; iite of the County of }:s- in which the Solid
Bill is filed it is
'd : of this act; & the pay allowed by this act [Signed] ; Best Cincinnati covered Hams
c:iibiadeceaied that their
cl.iims and ordered that thesaid
,
: Defendant
d, j,, shall not in be transferabc! : appear
Middling Bacon
, any way or B. &c.
demands
( ) will ic h.xrred at the and
expiration : answer the said Bill of
(t tile said Complainant
liable
.
1'1 ... I to attachment, levy, or scirure, by Form ifa Declnrution to be ma-Is b'?: the of two j ears, f'-om the date of the Order l on or before the first day of the Julius Pescay.
legal whatever but
slid!
!
any ,
:..i } enure wholly process to the personal benefit oft Ji'uu-coinmiatiined Officers, ( L' .Z7l3,, of the lion. the Judge of the County I next Term of this Court, otherwise! the; Peiisacola, 26th. Feby. 182850tr.NO .
and Private*. j Court to the Clerk of said Court, to administer I Complainant's Bill!! shall be taken J
? the Officer ro con-
or Soldier entitled to the
!
. this act same For the purpose of obtaining the enc- e.r ojcia, on said Estate, unless ( (ff'ssv. 8-9 1.Plaiiiatiim ICE.
;"i." 1y fi* of 'An act f'orthe relief ot"certain: Siurviving I exhibited within that time, to .

1. i is'. Sec. 6. And be further enacted, That: officers and soldiers of the Army ofthe I M. Crupper} Cler:.. I Fur Sale."pjH : .liof A LL persons THOMAS interested BOTLIS in the E state
'1 *o much of sdid pay as accrued by the Revolution_" approved on the 15ili deceased, arc
t. t: :' provisions of this act, before the third day may, 1828, I -, of-,5i-! the county ,I by J. G. Drake> D. Clerk. I t /4 of K Subscriber wishes to sell his right hereby notified that the Undersigned,
'' Clerk of the
;: ::: ; cf March, eighteen! hundred and twento :'- cf: -, in the State of -, do hereby j J'ell.&cola 16th Jnn18 S-M-4t4 Ivi r te.l b on pre-Saint'ption Mesa's to Sound a plantation situa. administer on County said CourtwilI ex-oficio
,
!i right shall be paid to the Officers and I declare, that I eiilistel in the Continental twenty five Estate ; pursuant to

'11L. Soldiers entitled to the same, as soon a sk' I 1 Line of tin .\.rrn3' of the: Revolution, fo.ud .J tI j I; t'i \ O\tll.jl. :stock miles: of from cattle Pensacolu thereon! ; together with a an: order of the Hon. the Judge cf the
Court.
of County
: may be, in the manner and under the! provisions : during the wr, and continued in its; !! VIEW OF \VEST FLORIDA One Hundred consisting about ,
,., : before mentioned and the Head. The Plantation Af. Crupper
" ; service! until its tenninntion Clerk.
paywhich at which
; I < 'lBlL\CI of ,
L' its consists one hundred
j '- shall accrue utter said *!ay, ShilL be period 1 was a bergeant Geography, Topotrrapliy ; and sixty acres J. &
Mu-
Corporal
D By
i of land Drake
' ftc.vith m Appfnilix, good about fifteen of which have i). Clert
f paid like
in
semi-annually and I 'icianOI'
: mauntr, J Private, as tiLe cu.e; tH', !
3 Jin I
may of its : been cleared.
: treating Antiquities, Ltuid Titles. Pensacola. 30ti! April, 1823
under I
;4fri! the same provisionsA. Captain ---'s in the -7-tf.
Company, --- re- : and
..) I Jana's.! For icrxis, &c., apply toRandall
A. STKVENSON, of the line. -
gnnent And also
:to' :a: ;::1. Speaker of the House of Urpre&entut'.ves. clare that I aftcrwaids received a cerl de-j ifi- I J TOGlTl;IJ: wini Allis. Jludeira Wines, Cordials %c.

\' ,'*!)T>l S. SMITH, I cat: for the reward of eiirhty dollars:: to\ !\ A 3/rt/i ofrcst\ Florida, Pensacola- May 1st. 1828 -r-tf. I 1-& KCEIVED per Schr Oricans from

'fH1V*4'f tl.e Senate pro tempore. I wliich I waj rnljtJe; under :t resolve) of.Congu l! Exhibiting! a Chart oftlie! Coubt, a Plan ofi .1 J JLtt, Piuladeiphia; ,

Approved th May, :8t8.: I :,!!, |ixsse(thc l.Sth ol May, 1778. i; the 'I'Ol.oV..l\T or M..I1.G O LIA. 110 cases superior Old London Particular .

1lJ.: JOHN QUNCV ADAMS.IHi'AUT.MKNT. : And I lot tier! liec'are! that I was not.on I City Ye.ustxeola JOTS I in the new Town of Magnolia Madeira me.
ii' the fifteenth! of : offered for sale.! This place i is 10 Old! Port Wine.
tH:: TnEtvaT 7 day March, 1823, on the i I and the ,
entrance of 1 nsacola Harbour.A situated 8 "
: : : ::.... May 28, 1828.5The Tension List: of the L'iiited States. I ,;"jH, lP. V. miles from Fort St. Marks on 10 Cherry Brandy, Superior.
: i
::. :;.i i \.MS.Just I he St. Marks' river and 15 froln! Tallahassee. 20 Cordials, first
Act for the rel'u-f of certainsurviving : [Signed I received, for safe by I The river I. quality assorted in
tjt.t? llefore can be navigated to the the cases 1 doz.
me, -, [here inrert either each.
Officers and So d-t'ra of the% \V.
> Ha ell Hunt. Town l "
i hy vessels: drawing feet 10 Wine
Justice of the Bitters.
Pence water.
t ;, Revolution." the 15th or other Magistrate,
1 approved tn diyof l'envtc'a. 8th Jan. 1828.F. S The situation 1 is high, and : 5
,. duly cmpowrre-1 to hdmiuUter: oaths in dry healthy Demijohns superior old
'r': ; May, 1828, (of which the foregoing in acopy ,] .. I it has ; Holland Gin.
.i".i;; ,) will be carried into effect u.idt-r the County of- in the State of-, i --- i two Sulphur Springs in the vicinit3 3 Barrels Cherry Jounce.

;1 It:' i> the following regulations : personally appeared this day, -, and I i 11. NIBE', : 'ne of which! is only OU yai\Is from the 6 Half Bbls. Anniseed, Peppermint ..

. : ..: Each Officer claimin? under the act, -, of the said county whodid severally I U"EGS leave to inform l h.s! Friends andformer Public Square. They arc said to pose and Cinnamon Cordials. .

h.4:: will transmit to the Secretary of tHe I I make oath that-, by whom the I J! J Customers, that I he hus re- i great medical: qualities.For For Sale by

, :t: Treasury a declaration) according to the: foregoing declaration was subscribed, i is commenced business at his Oid i Stand I, further information of Terms &c.
'
.. : form hereunto annexed, marked A. and i generally reputed and believed to have where he. has for sale a very good assortment apply[ to J. G. and N. Hamlen. Si. )Marks F. II. Nisbet.

,,1 j.s; each non-commissioned Officer, Musician, been an ofticer in the Army of Jtlie! Revolution ofFresh or Augustus Stecie! TaHahi)! 'Eee. Pensacola, Dec. 20, 1827. .
r.t' in manner thcrein stated.Witncsi St. Marks IClh Augu-.t, 1227-2-4__tf -
. :: and Private, according to the form muikd Seasonable I -
Goods
t:)t < B, accompanied hy the oarh of two re'- : my hand, this day of-, I NOTiCK.THE .
:.1 :'t witnesses in the )'ear- Received by the latest arrivals from New -"' m: T Undersigned is
t ; pecuhle ;as to his identity u }.'-' I authorized by
i..t\i: "Which oath is to be taken before a Justice; [Signed] I York and Philadelphia. 4 LL personslv.\rj chima legal representative or Dna. El-

,;; of the Peace, or other Magistrate, duly; I, -, Clerk: 01 ihe Court of the Coon 3,3.} and 4 Poilt Illankets I l1.. Estate of FUANCISCO Luu-iz against dtceas the vira Zulfcta.w.dow of In Ant'o Mirayafor.merly -

; t.._ empowered to administer oaths in the ty of -, in the Stale of-, do certify r 7-4 and 8-4 Striped Dufficld Blankets I ed, are requested of this city, and executrix of the
to them .
i4 State (;r Terr.tory in which he resides, th.it! -, before wlio.n the foregoing nfnMvits J 1 bale snperio. Heavy Whitney do I r Subscriber!: ; and all present indebted to the I' estate of said Miraya, deceased, to offer

II l and authenticated under the seal of the .: were sworn, wa,;, at tie! time, H- 3 bales White k UraL Flushings j;1 r !said estate, ave persons to f.jrsale ,-

L Court of the ounty in which the oath [.:tJstic; of the Peace, or as tlu1 caaa I'ue and bl-ick imperial cloth ; blue I diate payment to requested; to make imme $ne lot and house thereon No. 281, : -

*-9 Administered, a s shown in tlc said flay be,] and dul l> empovvered to adaunis- and mixt cassmtres ; satinetts, a!:1orte I on Intendencia Street, in this City.
forms. ter oaths.In ; super SUJKT and common lane JN. DE t.V UUA. It I, One tract continiT; ) 22 Cabaleria ; -

testimony whereof I have hereunto prints 7-8 'and 44 Irish linens ; Irish I Executor. of land Muted betwixt bayou Texar, and

: Each Offcer will also transmit his commission I. set my hand, and affixed the seal oft. f lawns ;, dimuies ; super 6-4 fancy ping- I I'ensacola! 15th Mar, 1828 9tf. the Bay Pensacola. The nature of the

,., if in existence! anu iUain&ble, and; [ u.] the said court, I5 is -day of-- I !Jams ; white, yellow, red and green flannels i I ground i is said to he of tr.c: best kind for

1jtJ each non-commissioned r, Musician, in the year ; black' and colored bombazetts. LAND ..A.GENCY.I manufacturing bricks, and the proximias ? -

Liitr1 and Private, his discharge which documents (Signed i ] printed bcmbazeits and Salisbury; flannel I THE subscribers have opened an of j well as easy means of conveyance},

itil: i after being registered, will be (C.) ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton balls; for the purchase and sale of : anust make the property very valuable. -

!::r'f'.:;!: returned. Ifthe commission or discharge Form of a Pinacr of beavevteens, linen cambrics ; cambrichdks Lands, at St. Augustine, in the house for I i I \V. IIaF\elll-lunt.
f V ,bi( has been lost or destr -.yed, he will transmit Know all Men Attorney ; Bf.ro ;'e hdkfs; black Italian crape ; merly occupied by Col. Perrahlt, at the I
by
: such other evidence he these Presents, that I Pcnsarch, M.rch 20th,1823.-2.-Lf. .
as flounced south
J robes west corner of the
may do
possessor
I. -, of-, in the ; gingham spider nets, public square, -
.r ;I;:\ can obtain corroborative of {he statements the State of- do county of in patent threads, Russia diapers, plain and where persons desirous to accomplish cither "
DISSOLUTION
.t; set forth in his declaration.If appoint -, hereby and constituteand figured book muslins, Madras and Brit- purchase or sales of real estate, art .

r 'T: If the evidence transmitted, taken in torney, with a power my of true substitution lawful at ania hdkfs., comp'y flags, figured crape .r requested Jeav" their commands.A THE partnership of FI\LAT & Kusa-

::41: '.j connexion: with that afforded by the pubi. me, and in my name, to receive for ,. ; white, brown and mixed cotton long1 residence in the Territory of- in consequence of tne de#thof
from
:'. i... the "alf hose white and mixed Florida, lias enabled the Mr. James liu hton i if
lie records at Washington, be found satis United States, the amount of ; worsted ana subscribers to dissolved! ; all per-

?.j.; factory_ the amount of two years' full pa'L.?. to me. under the act for the_ pay rt-i1_ _now, or._, PAP..due...... lamb's__L- wool__ 1 do, ; fine linen. hose, ., ladies become I.. _11 ., _intimately_ ,acquainted. with near- song".:" -having-- claims" against. the- late firm, tWI"
i't-:;:; : at ttie rate to wmcn tne otnctror soldier tain surviving officers and-soldiers- n of I .lIne ana UIJCK, cotton ao., lead, slate, >,- MU me nmiviuuai claims te land, ILL thh pl'esem insm 10 the subscriber ior

'\. i. ;t- was entitled, According to his rank in the revolution.approved) 15th Mayi 826 the i itid black worsted do. plain and camblct district as well as to their titLe, locations, settlement and those persons indebted,

1<1 :t line, at the close ot'lbe war, oral the time as a -in the- regiment of the,118281_] 1 cloaks, furniture check, bed-ticking-. quliti, and relative value. And the increasing \viil come forward and make payment,

;j::i ; of his reduction, (as the case may be,) but line of the ai my of the Revolution. I perfinc cotton vhirting, oil I cloths, black applications made, for informa- as no indulgence can he given.

;.1:',: ,. in no instance exceeding the full-pay of Witness my hand and seal: this bombazines, fancy belt ribbons black and tion, from every part of Uie United States, JAMES l'I:'L.\.Y.

" a Captain of the Continental Line will be'I day of-, in the year white satin and muntua do", -Irish shirt- more especially, respecting sugar estates, Pensacola, 20th. Nov. 1827.-36-tt

:irt transmitted to him, at the place of his residence Sealed and delivered in ng,8-4 damask, brown Iinel13.super black has induced them to believe, that an establishment 1 if ....-
: i ; after deducting therefrom the the presence ofSgned 5 I and white, plaid and striped, HuptUtei: of this kind, could be rendered JL i'HB Subscriber has just received pr

1 rirjV!: : amount of any pension which he [ ] printed shawls and hdkfs ; printed Water useful to the public. Elizabeth Forsylh, from New-Or'
i4 hive received may [L. a.] I too shawls, silk dressesnnns All orders directed l leans, a very large of
'j ., from the United States Before me, -, a Justice of the Pence : ncy thread, to them for cepies assortment Groce
: t ince the 3rd day of March, 1826. He. in the county of-. in the State of-- ''men j glove, linen tapes, Russia shirtings, of surveys, maps or plans,as well as other ries. lie offers in addition to his former

-( .'J!/:; may, however, authorize any other, person I personally appeared,this day,-, whose, I i mill'&l drab, cloth; blue & red strouds, &c. information, on the above subject will be stock :-

!, r.' ( to receive it for him ; in which, case, he name is subscribed to the foregoing ALSO, fitrnishct\ without delay. Letters, postpaid riiampaigne Wine, in Caskets of 1 do*

1 \i ; *H1 execute a power of attorney, according of atto.Mey, and acknowledged power the 4 cases saddlery, assorted directed to the Land Agency, St. each warranted superior -

.;.. to the annexed form, marked C,which! same to be his act and deed. 9 cases Brewster's hats assorted qualities Augumine, will receive due attel un. do. Brandy of 1820.

'..t' must be acknowledged before a Justice Witness hand this JOHN LEIVILUA i Xante Currants
my day of lS,
L I'\
r; ":i"i" of the Peace, or other Magistrate, and in the year -. 5 trunks fine ready made clothing WILLIAM H. SIMMONS I PonchongTea.

.', I authenticated under the seal of the Court [Signed] 12 trunks ladies'and i gentlemens boots FRANCIS J. FATIO. I Prunes, very fresh

. of the County, in the same manner as Is I, -s, Clerk of the Court of the Coun- I and shoesChikirens' Dec. 27th, 1827.44tfReferences t Raisins ?

already prescribed in regard to declara ty of- in the State of-, do hereby : and bovs shoes brogans, &c. ; I Almonds ? ., 1.-
tion!!. But Soal leather, calf skins, shoe I "kledoc Claret of 1820
I no payment will be made to certify, that -, before whom the foregoing thread Co). Jos. M. White,
any such attorney, until he has made power of attorney 25 keg s Virginia Tobacco I Tuscaloosa Rye Whiskey
was Delegate Iran
oath, according to the annexed form D, ed is a Justice of the Peace.1ntestiiiony acknowledg 5 boxes superior cavendish do. Mr. Henry S. Tanner Florida, 1 Goshen Butter
; that the which he is Hardware Philadelphia, do. Cheese
pay authorized to whereof
re- tyc. Doctor
I have hereuntoset Brush, Wew
% cieve is intended York, I Ueef in 4 bbls. for
to enure wholly to the my'hand' and Pen Bernard family e
affixed ihe seal pocket sportsmen and desk E. Bee, Charleston
With)
personal benefit of the Officer ot Soldier (L. s.) ol the said court, this day of knives ; knives and forks, carvers, waiters Mr. James Williams, Baltimore. I Hard: an additional supply of Dry Goods;

Whose attorney he :is. -, in 'h year _. and trys ; Henning's best needles, snuf '_t-i I Sold Low ware,for Glassware & Queens ware ; '

It is requested that all letters to the (D.) fers and trays, plated spurs, spectacles, S13t BOILERS.HE 1 Cash.

Secretary if the Treasuryon the subjects, Form carpenter's tools shoemaker's J. Pescay.
and
cf bt cur
Affidavit to taken subscriber
At- has
may be endorsed on the cover .'Revolutionary by rier's do., stock locks, padlocks, shovels 1' Sugar Boilers for sale, a few pair :I Pensacola, Jan. 11th, 1828. ;. .
torneys. and as a sample frpm the
Clatmi. tongs, kettles, sauce -
pans, eotton I :
Richard Kueh. Before me.-, a Justice of the Peace cards, &c. &C.Pensacola I manufactory can supply any quantity l aIN.I'lmG.
in the of- in I 10 order. F II. NI3BET. Executed with
county the
of- Dec. 7th, 1827-38-tf. I Pcimcola Dec 1 neatness and 6cspatci1 4 1
7lh 1827
-38-tf. I L at this office.l '









.. j-
.l .L -... -- JJ ," .._.. ----- .--