Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: 3 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: August 5, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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VOL. V. (Prineinin, non honinet. ) PENS VCOLA, TUESDAY I/GUST' 5h: 1828. (Open to all parties : influenced by none.) N'o. 21.

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PP&LtSHtDVCEKL1.: BT I! a:J.'. test f( mJI." 'rnann2er>, who j hnlhave I ; to be mod for a Custom House, a cer- 1P.OJlU'ao.: .. 1L to ride i in, and Philli knew it, and thatts-

HtJ' ;T & TARBXFF, I[ power to superintend and manne '. 1: tain brick Store, in Newburyport tt O. the reason why she took so much painsto
the intf'rn.tI aflairs.of the Asylum .- Massachusetts once the of clean *
fablis.1frs oftn. '. t': tif for fi"ifl'l M.J/S, property
crod of Lice l'at"1 of I'jri.lz. : aud to fill vacancies in their OWl:} : Abner Wood and D.1VidVod junior A husking supper was composed of

TE 1111'. I board, and! ai!)y vacancy that may hap i I but now belonging to the United Indian puddings, and pork .!od beans
J; I pen hv death or otherwise talon; the 31 i! States ; and that a sum not exceeding baked, and a dessert of aPPle-PYo
Ftr'lt Hql.I.\. :-; jI' r -,:umm. i.' a.hancp : 'fr i Trustees, and to -rve until their suej three hundred dollars be, and the and cheese, and much in their praiseit
p-t mpnf ill .If'f';'' t fi- inn.iths, FliC i
DOLLARS will be rtluued. l j cessors are duly Appointed ; and ;.I : same is hereby, appropriated 1 1I for the may be said, that no other liquor

I!..:' A'!l,.Tii i t>ii.'it. <: .ui" U.Ni';: ltI.L I I ,ir 'vnv fituitoen; lintt' J I be H quoium, and authorized to -tct.I in the Treasury not otherwise appro- invariably a hu:kind supper; I never
for fir first uWni".!, and FIFTCFT: :? i
f oj I 'T.11 cjataluaie-Itlner: : ones in pro- Sec. 6. And b: it further enacted, printed. The Marriage Scene. t knew an exception; None of your ice

pun. '11- That the present managers of the Sec. 4. And be it further macted, i"ouwg: chaste, and lovely-pI"R.ed, yet f creams-whip-s. 'lIabuhs and jellies-
U.L KINDS OFTUANKU'LLV Washington} City Asylum, called by r That, the Secretary of the Treasury half afraid that would starve a mouse ; but good

Oa :P': 11T1 ltlTQ: the article association; "a Board utTniMe f is hereby authorized,l and directed to Before von altar droops a plighted maid substantial smt>tllin-! ;o-eat. The

RECKIVEP Ail: ) VKATLY EXEf'TKD. ; <," may continue !in office I cau>e a suitable: site to be selected Clams Dumu in wits her btid.il the tcene robe, and of trepid fuintless with! white de-, motherly old! matrons,, who came out

AT THE ..h.\f.Err.. OFKICE:, AT : discharging tluduties of the same,I and purchased: ; far H Custoir, House ughrounl : .I of pt1,a good_ w-H( usually occupied
7MK: LOWEST PRICES THAT ARr CHARGED. I until the second Tuesday in Octobernext and Ware H MS*', at Por.hnd, in \ her hymeneal gnaruiflns-stann, one side of the fire-Place in the fore-
AT ANY OFFICE U.MOV.jnpMM IS THE SOUTHERN PARTOF at winch time, and on !Lie same' ;(.Mune: ind tl' cause :a S tie +r-l ,."U'I EachMt1 H tender look and feeling bland I room, ''iid employed! themselves with

THE.M-a BMiMMaAMHMHVHHMMi BMMIMV m HMMMMaMBV"* day, ;In each year here'.fter, said cor- vement building to be erected thereon \iil oft SIP turn' her bt'rlIlIJ-berlmill rye.Ullnln'cl kniti'ne, and sphering about the losses
!::: I
-- '- -- itha tear of happiness \\i\ !
.Zrrr nf the Unitei $- A It:. porntion, by thoso+ w ln> trtmtheir byelaws for the transctiU; cf CustomHouse Then covly y ews, in youlli's connnaiuline bone md their swee hears./ On the oppo- '
.-- r 1 may: he) qualified to'otp, sh.llbe : business, and for the safe keeping pride,- f' site side yon milt! see some half do..
/i AL'T.WltlTt.' I regulated, aiid the officers thereofappointed "j, of the records thereof, and of the Hew oK& adored one panting hv her side ; zen honest old farmers, smoking their
t '
: ,\' !- /1'/' .. .. agreeably to the provisionsot 'property in the custody of the) Government Like Iil! ,*s bfiidiij from the noon-tide 1 pipes, and talking about their crops
.. hhze,
\'..;....<. C'JU II l' \. ,(;\/i-.! /. "I.t ):or.i) ".. ot \ act ; that is to say, there shall ; and that: a sum not ex- Her Lj-ii'ul; eyelids droop ben: .-a.h his their oxen, and their cider; and sometimes

=- 7.: z-: -Jl-c._; .:. ....... / he appointed a first and second female ;J reeding twenty th'jLJsand.dolars. : is gaze ; I telling tough witch stories. I

.-. ......, ,.., directress; and also fifteen female managers I hereb\\ appropriated of any money While lout and homage Lt'uJ! their bliasf-il recollect! some of 'em, and intend to
't'4' .
: and these directresses andmanagers in the Treasury not others i iso ;tp- power i tell Vm by and l by.

;a (r a majority; of whom shall I propriatedfor the purposes aforesaid.: And\Vhal ji'ivd though haio his; round chance-ah nis\m'i Ti.ige illg !life Iou Ol-' But if you don't like to stay in tho

---..: '!IIIt't [ be necessary to do business, at such Approved-24th May; 18 8. dn house with the old people and the

.. ).., time and place as they may direct, [PmucNo. 53.] \ p th of anguish: and frecattnupan' : rooks, just step. to the barn with me,
shall appoint} a Treasurer and Secre- An act to continue in force, for a limited E/ wane or wotwhere'er, c.jmpril'd! h whfi" tilt; young :iait of the company
[Piratic tp. 51.] tary, and such other officers, and also time, and to amend, an act entitled, "-\.n rove.Acol's I Ore iiiiskinir: and} you will have' storytelling
Air ,j(- (to Inc 'iporate th! r Trustees of the a palace !iv the ii htMf l I..vl'
F ,11 ''r O- .' *ii \,,\ loan in Georgetown. perform such other duties, as the act to enable clairoauts to lauds within I Tiei.. bears one hrart, which, until death ('nulIh-at.,1! laughing: -and
suIcl i toe Washington City Orphan Asylum bye laws may; direct : Provided Vo the limits of the State of Missouri, and w ill he I "' ,i:) -Hnd kssiii2-to yo-ir: : heart's
Arkansas, to institute
i1. ,\ I It!..<-n" t'I! Cohunhia.V bye law shall be enacted inconsistent Territory* to tt.e'alidu of their proceediup Aushinh; Mowing, fuiint of svmp \!ti.\ : )' ,ontent The boys and girls were
it rmtcf'd by the Senate and \\iih any 1 1w now existing in the Dis- claims." try ) Oie iVowoU-ss-eye to kindle: with his own. j l'I-T t m-r fly about! equ.il, in point of
Ole rhati eless! fiicud, when other fjiciab
}/<>us> if Nt tprtsttitatiuis" of the Uni- trict of Columbia.Sec. Be it enacted by the Senate and I. are 11o"'n ii -lIIb( rs, and were seated, a boy and:

ttti Malt S of America, in Congress 7. And be ':t further enacted, house of Representatives of tIe Uni-\j! O! sanction Thou the lovr-unitf pair.' ; I 1 girl alrernmelv.: ). quite round the
asstmhle'L'T !T1 h.lt John I. SluHV r iI- I That when any destitute male or female tid States of America, in Congress l'u.ital of love for Thoii ait tiieri' : he .p, as \nu would festoon variegated

}.i..U G lt".g! : 'k! v stud Daniel Bussard, child may be received into the assembled, That the act approvedthe i there. I lamp. It was a custom that I never
and ih.ir successors !in office, duly Asylum, with the approbation of the .. twenty sixth of May, eighteen : R- -MONTGOMERY-- '- .... ; kuew deputed: from, that if a young
elected) 01 appointed in the manner parent, guardian, or friends who may hundred and twenty four, entitled ---- ; torn found a red ear', he must kiss the

hercinaftei diiectvd, be, and they have the care of said child, they shall "All act to enable claimants: to land: 1\8C \ lj \j.\ClY: I uirl on each side i of him. This hadi

are !II. rely made, declared, and constituted not thereafter he at liberty[ to withdraw within the limits of the State of Missouii : --- I < .clod fiect ; it hurried the work
From Ile.JorllafL { Yankee.
a corporation( and body poli- or leave the Asjlurn without thc and Territory of :Ark-ins: to prodigitsuslv, and they always stuck .
tic, in last md in fact: to have continuance ) onsent uf the Directors, until, if a institute proceedings to try the validity X e"-- lgliln.t as it wits to it unil the list ear was husked, in

forever, by the name, style, male, he shall attain the age of twenty of their claims slull I be, and th-) J A IIU'SKI.VG. I hopes '; ould be a red one. But

and title of "Tho Trustees of the Fe- one years<< or if a f.-:nile: the age of same hereby i is, continued i.i 'f.irce : !! It was a !eeniTrtl opinion, that my :I igain )it had its evils, for in planting

male Orph.m; Asylum of Georgetown, I eighteen years ; but, up to the periods that is to say, for the purpose of thug! j[ drawers were spoilt, when I upspt the i I I! time, the girls usually dropped the
in the D.sirict of Columbia." and ages aforesaid they shall remain petitions in the manner prescribed by dvf-pot. No such riling, Philli washed I j corn, and the sly rogues-a girl may

Sec 2. And be it further enacted, subject to the direction of the that act, to and until the twenty ;sixth: I 'em for mr, aid they looked a:> well i be a rogue)-would drop red corn into

That William Haulcy: John P. Van I Asylum, or to those to whom, by said day of Mav, in the ';ear one tiici : .ud I Its; ever ; she \VOl k.:d at the job all I. every other hill.

Ness, Nathan Tousou, Obadiah B. Asylum, they may be bound, unless eight j hun.lVed and twenty nine, and one forenoon, usd: .i.en she pulled 'em i When the corn was all husked,

Brown, aud James Lamed, and their ,I by consent given by those directing I for the purpose of e.'iabli-.g the clain-: j I this way and th It, '.11 the afternoon, and supper eaten, they would clear

successors in office, to be appointed : the Institution they may be exonerated nits to obtain a final decision: on the to keep) W.i from shrinking, while t up the kitchen and Phdli's talents;

as is hereinafter directed, are here)' I from service previous to attaining ; validity of their claims iu the Courts I they were drying. Good old creature I were called in play;-:-you might then

made, declaredand constituted a cor- those respective ages. of Missouri and Ark insets, respectively I think I see her now ; out in j! -ee from six to eight,-no matter

poration and body politic, in law and r Sec. 8 And be-it further enacted, l ; the said claims h
in fact, to have continuance forever, That any vacancy which from death, I within the time above specified !sweatin' : over them, for fear, 1 never 1 I fri i' bouncing girls take the floor, with

under the name, style, and title ot resignation or otherwise, may happenin ; the said act hlIlLJ continued should he able to get them on. I as many ho ;-frocked, hardy boys ;
"' I 'tae" Washington City Orphan Asv any of the offices or places of said in force to, and until, the twenty sixth She had some self-intrrest: m doin f ?o, :'Mid they'd shape it down in good style.

'l U nl. Asvlum, shall be supplied or filled after -I day of May, in the year one thousand to be sure; and who is there, that is not 1 'Twas IMC cotillion brent new frae France
Sec. 3. And be itfurther enacted, .. the. mode to be }prescribed; in their eight hundred and Wit l)', and no l I\lu- actuated bv sell-interu>l ? il'U: mv : Bu hornpipe jigs, thatspejf, and reels,
P t life Hud m.ttle: i i' their heels.
Tltt't ;;.1' i.l ail"-_'hr the lands, tenements laws and also HI of and the Courts drawers cO.h timted rift uf Jrov
bye ; pursuance ger ; having cognizance t : my i! The dancing seldom continued moro
i Mils, I 1f" MC'Kannuitiesrights, I said bye laws, power shall be possessed .. of said claims, shall decide upon I that P hilli very much :admired ; I w-ss ,I than halfor three of hour
prili'S:: goods! and chattels! l hereof to alter. and amend the same from and confirm such as would have her gall.,rtt, ;and I used to take her ill' quarter an ;
!just a suit of gymnastics, to start th
; ue :aiven! pr.mied, devised, or beCtue'thtd time: to time, and to remove<< and ap- been confirmed under the laws, usages behind me upon the old grey male, ct blood and settle their: and they q
to either of said Asylums, point to office whenever it shall be and customs of the Spanish Government carry her to hull r:ings to fid.lie for thegentry. supper
j t'parHPrf.Earh lad home
01 .J .,uy ;person: or persons for the deemed advisable to do so. for two years, Irom.uu! after I could tell how she cleaned vrih las must go
1 : a and that would frequently
UM- thereofor to have been purchased A. STEVENSON, the twenty sixth div of ;Mav, one 'emif: I chose', and how you might I tlkthim UKRP or four miles out of .
for, or on -iccount of the same, be, Speaker of the House of Representatives thousand eight hundred and twenty take blue dye or ink out of cloth at I f hIs '
way ; but :W 1S a point of gallantry
un-l they. are hereby, vested in, and S. SMITH, eight, and all! the claims authorized by any time; but In buy now and can't I I51op. t g I that couldn't be dispensed with. As
confirmed to, the said corporations President of the .Senate, pro tempore. that act, to be heard and decidc-d, I fur 1
I mt-- :rould) mount the 'old mareMecr
respectively, and that they may purchase Approved-24th: 1828. shall be ratified and confirmed, to the During the season of in-gathering, take Philli and fiddle
take, and receive" and enjoyany JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. same< extent that the same would be Philli wus quite in her element ; it I didn't, up '
cure a fig about it then-for t
}lands, tenements: rents, annuities, 52. valid, i ii: the country in which they lie was a kind of pleasUJ e-han-est for her.
ElPCBLIC--NIO. ] nobody could see us at midnight,
rights or privileges) or any goods, An act making; for CustomHouses ,had remained under the dominion ot One difficulty only attended it. It and
ttpropriaMous| away we would pace home : and
chattels of kind
other effects what
or ami \ are Houses. the sovereignty in which: s.tid claims frequently happened that the farmers : end
I[US over husking.
or nniure soever, which shall, or ratty He it enacted by the Senate and originated. l-adn't taken up their bees, and then _
hereafter be given, granted, sold, be- House of Representatives of'the United Sec. 2. And be iifu.ii.htr enacted, she could'nt get bee wix for hei I "Poor at 7/67ne.."-The ladies of

queathed or devised unto either of Slates of America, in Congress That so much ol the said act as sub. fiddle-strings, and was obliged, (burnecessity's Providence, ( K. I.) had made up
them: by any person or persons, bodies assembled, That the Secretary of the jects the claimants to the payment of no law) to use shoemakers'wax !!-trlllons: fur the Greeks valued a{.

politic or corporate, capable of Treasury be, ana he' hereby is, au- costs;: in any case where the decision ,-and that wasn't so well, but she .b Jut g 1(500. Having closed their

mak'ig such grunt, and to dispose oft thorized cause to be selected, and may be m favor of their claims, be, madu it dy tko\ When a farmer was huors, they rhea published a card, informing .
:,<- s 11H! : Provided, The clear an- suitable! sie for Custom those lidies.and! gentlemen,
purchased, a : a and the sam is lierebyrepealed, and getting his corn in from he field, he
nu..! income of property to be acquired House and Ware House Newport icho declined aSi5tinoht Greeks, OK
at the costs shall abide the decision of piled it up on one side; of the barn-
In 'ither of said corporations, Rhode Island, and to cause a tIlt cause as in ordinary causes before floor ; and if that wouM'nt: hold it all, account of their having so many poor
ibrt'l t at no time exceed the sum of safe and convenient building to be I the said coon ; and so much of the he put the remainder in some other I at home, hat they were now ready

tiuee' thousand dollars. erected thereon, for the transactionof said act as requires tho claimants to place. And when it was all housed, f to make .into clothing, for the poor

St,:. 4. And be it further! mac fed, Custom House business, and for make adverse claimants parties to :I or barned I believe J should say, j I and, needy of Providence, all the
That the said corporations the safe of the records thereof cloth that they would fnrnisb for that
respectively keeping their suits, or to show the court what for Randolph says, I :should! poak
by the name and style afore- and of the property in the custodyof adverse claimants there may be to the correctly when f am speaking, before purpose. TJ1. y Assembled at the time

s.lIJ. be, and shall be hereafter, capdhu the Government ; and that a sum land claimed of the United States, be professors, an invitationvis sent to appointed, but found no employment

', in law equity, to sue and be sued not exceeding ten thousand dollars he, also hereby repealed. And the confirmations his neighbors .embracing number. for their needles, which shows the ex*

within the District of Columbia, and the same is hereby appropriated, had by virtue of saic act, sufficiently largo to husk ,tall out by ruse had been offered not because
and elsewhere) in as effectual a manner for the aforesaid of they: cared for the poor.
purposes out any and the patents issued: thereon, shall ten or eleven o'clo.ck at night. Jn this
as other or corporationssue in the Treasury not otherwise jf title invitation old and little
persons money operate only as relinquishment : j'oungwere inclu- A young Newspaper. periodical 1
sue or be sued, and that they shall appropriated.Sec. on the part of the United States, ded, and dls many as could, 0 always Ins been recently commencedat

&Jopt and use a common seal, and the 2. And be it further enacted, and shall, in no wise, affect the rightor attended: ; for it .was considered a Providence entitled the Juvenile

same to use, alteror exchange at plea-) That the Secretary of the Treasurybe title, either in law or equity, of friendly! neighborly! act ; and they G<
suie, to appoint a Treasurer and Se- and he is hereby, likewise authorized adverse claimants of the same laid. were sure to have a good timeanda acid found it about five inches long

crn ry, and such other officers as ; to cause to be purchased, a suita- Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, good supper into the bargain. and three wide, and decidedly the

the) may deem necessary and proper, ble site for a Custom House and WareHouse I That where any claim founded on Philli always. ,attended these parties, smallest paper in the world. It is

to assign! them their duties, and fix in the City of Mobile, in the concession, warrant, or order of sur- for she was the only muscisian in the : edited with ability, but without much

their compensation, and to remove State of Alabama, and to have erect- vey, shall be adjudged against and rejected neighborhood ; she was all alive whf-n i labor, and published by O. Kindall,
fin}' or all of them, and appoint others, ed a safe and convenient building, or the claimant or his legal representatives a huskingvas ahead ; she would clean jr. Market square-price twenty-five

:u (fien .as they shall think fit, and tomake to purchase a proper site: with a suit- by .descent or purchase, my cap and pull the wrinkles out of j I cents per annum payable quarterly in

for such bye laws as may be useful able and convenient building already being actual inhabitants and cultivators my frock, and brush my small clothes, advance

lutas tho government of the said Asy- erected thereon, for thv transaction of of the soil l, the claim to which and have the old mare at the door, Cruses of Insanity.-Sir Andrew

laws, and not inconsistent with the Custom House business, and for the shall have been rejected, shall have long before sunset ; for she admired ; Halhday, >' tVS, that it is now incon-
!in of the United States, or the laws safe keeping ot the property in custo- the right pre-emption, at the minimum to have folks look at us as we passed I trovertibiy: established W that madness
force in the District of Columbia, dy of the Government ; aid that a of the lands "
and the price public as soonas along.I proceeds, in all cases, from some real
I same to alter, amendor abrogate sum not exceeding eight thousandfive the land shall be surveyed and subdivided didn't like that quite so well, but tangible bodily complaint ; that it c abe

at pleasureSec. f hundred dollars be, and the same by the United States, of the I couldn't help it-for Philli didn't]: treated according- the known

That there. 5. And be further enacted, is hereby,appropriated,for the purpose quarter section on which the improvement ride as other ladies do now, both feet ,!; rules) practice, made amenable 19

of those contributors shall be an anuual meeting aforesaid, out of any money in the shall be situate, and so much of on one side ; she couldn't hold on so ; I,ti i the ordinary discipline of the apothe

Asylum! of to the Orphan Treasury not otherwise appropriated. every other quarter section which much as she could do to hold on |I cary's shop ; and often more easil/:
Georgetown, on the first Sec. 3. And be further enacted, contains any part of the improvement t'other way. Besides, I had to carry removed than less important diseasesthat
Monday in
which June, in every year, at That the Secretary of the Treasury as shall be within the limits of the rejected her fiddle, for she had no place for it. 1 have affected a temporary lodge

dUectre they shall appoint a first female be, and he is hereby, authorized to claim.Amnoyecl24th. But after all, we looked pretty well ; ment in the human frame. -

s a second female directress, cause to be put in proper repair, and May, 1828. -tnYsstall-clothes; were very genteel I j j English jPfejttrV r< -




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... and I e orptf\:1 : n t more approprmte from whence to proceed, |no oppuaitidn to fear, and r
oftrliat was once the Virginia .hCre- the tar. of thc wid\\ : victims ; I than that which bears'the rramtof the every tj,;Ift6
A Nta&paptr is a bill of fare, containing I cemented in the blood uf rliiiaII was curried by acclamation 1 sIn
Warrior who led Armies
from fIe Citizen in
wheh'U came our
still bordered, as but.1I1 h rmony"f -
a variety of dishes, suited to hands .r the Mter, with pnmiUVe rocls, I founded nr.: in discord, are the iluperfec.tiOIS that eventful contest to the field, and who i j the French Chamber: of Df''

the dift-prellt tastes and appetites of: and crowned with the luxuriant and <:- I which the only and ipoils the vlctdry R.rhae\'cd is first presided AS the Chief Magistrate ofj:; ties, (May 13) in discussing the

those who sit down to the 'entertHin.rnent. .- versified f 1iages of its naturtu: forest. \ of nature of the condition 01 all.. our Union 1 You know that, of this very ]poaeU bill for a loan of 80 p .

q Polities'are &ee-fneaks, palatable kindly sky died its refining influent I the Well improvement tllis i;i be termed noliter than the undertaking, he was one of the first projectors .M. Charles Dupin 'offered rniUifJlk
the Wet I mar iuid if in the world of Spirits, the It
surface ;
"H' the whose which subtIue "
to almost Those over water an juan
one. stitute
very wind The sun shone I1UVand I Empire conf'Jne.t' HiTections. of our mortal existence still retain a proposition, tending to
t:1 'who' prefer them done choose genttruffled. only his fellow.ms"fo the of ta.
rare duce
amount the
t their not without loriQ
then from the ;lear blue Heaven, ofthis prophecythe way may we pre |0
l them fr< m France. Congress and.. through fleecy clouds. All nature seemed I first the accomplishment Itep was the acquisitionof sumption, imagine that he looks down with millions. M. Hyde de Neiifil] 3Q

j[ t Legislative news are !tujfed'meats.ii' to smile opnn the scene. Along the the right necessary self.ffovernment by the Peo- complacency and delight upon the scene plied in the following energetic *
I I2ut
Electioneering is yen isnn. Essays, road on the Maryland shore, crowds cf t pie of the British North-American Colonies, before and round us ? u The Government does wad i3ks..
of not
while sentiment
humorous moral and di- moving spectators attended: the voyage achieved the Declaration of Independence indulging a joyous
speculative, I by the exultation, at the benefits to be derived war footing, but a respectable '

? vinc, are a fice boiled dih, from which of landiujr the boats above, and the met lower the tdmiliation.tht procession .01,f I British, Nation.and its The acknowledgm-nt second was th*by union I, from this labor of our friends and neighb footing. It enters into DO eo p tt .

:t;: J" by a happy commixrure in the use ol > present Cannl. 'On l L-aving the "Iii.v I' of all thE'8E'colonies under one Gen ral Con- irs, let us not forget that the spirit of Internal ment to spend, but only to spend
j. :'-l meats and vegetables diet is obtained task more arduous 1 Improvement if catholic and liberal. "
a r of Swans, as it has been lately happily I federated Government judgment. It if asked what I ? ;
We befii've that its advantages ,
and practical -
nutritive, agreeable& healthy swrnamed, a march of a few )tiandrecl I than that of the preceding sepH.Ht.o.r, hope individual colour of the ministry 1 tlJt,
will be extended to fit. 7
ts.r. : is yards conducted the in the same but at last effected by the present Constitu. every \3rl\1 -
j Poetry company
custard. Marriages urn: Slates. in our Union. In praying 'for the The co.Jour ofihe ministry i is Jwiys
order in whicu ihry embarked to tile Ca Lion of the United and(
, :' sweet-meats Ballads and love ditties arduous still than hleui..g Heaven our task we ask will be white ,
.. upon with
. nal boats prepared to receive them at the The third step, more alusiOD!
'rY are plumb pudding. Anecdotes J Upper Bridge acrsa the Canal. Seated 1 either or both the mothers was that which it with equal seal and sincerity! upon every doubt to the National banner. _.

:: ):4l: conundrums, are 'spice and mustard. in these boats, gently' gliding along the j we. fellow.citizens, may now congratulate.I I other and similar work in that this which confederation.Ihi path will be a path of law. j){ 1 v1 ____ }.
I and the world of particularly upon It' .
: .1 Sometimes re comes a printer'sdun tranquil stream, like Mthe Swan thronghthe [ ours-lves, our country, .1
I It is the adaptation tame day, and perhaps at this very hour, be pleased to find there honest
..'t(,;:4 -that is sour crout and cranberry summersea," the senses ot the Com-1 man that it is taken. .
. ;
1. and intel is commencing from a neighboring city. h. attached
,. of tie powers, physical, moral sincerely to our institutl!!?
.. tart. were regaled by a scene<< at once
pany .
t characteristics in the
i is of the
t. .r whole Union, to the one happiest t .
"' novel and From IecO.nl: of the improve Peace seems to be on the ,.
really enchanting. thrj! condition : of its moral and| principle oflnternallmproypme-nt, that the eVe ( ,; I
menof its own c
11: : Cure for Went.The following banks of this Canal of more than forty political condition, b\ wise and liberal in- SUCCessJf one great enterprise inclead lakiug place with Algiers. It ;is ':l'.

. tf';; extraordinary fact has lately come to years antiquity there shot up, along ill I strtn'inns' -by the cultivation of the under- of counteracting, gives assistance, to the derstopd thai the negoClatlons forth un.- ',
knowledge A I entire course, a variety of the most bt'au. academies execution another. May they increase, conducted *
: our ? : planter in the vicinity s'.tntingand the heartby purpose were by the S l
tiful! native trefs, whose (branchf, interwoven I the I aud multiply, till, in the sublime languageof r. ...
;'..l,, ,,, of Raleigh ( N. C.) had been I nchotls. and learned institutes-by pursuit dinia and Spanish Consul? at !
above, Would have excluded the' shall be t'xaltedand Algiel1.
: nd learning and the arts ; inspiration, every valley
.;; for some years since afflicted with a rays of the most piercing sun. Beneath I of its physical patronage condition, by associated labor every mountain and hill shall be made, 11. Seguier, President of the

. i; 1: wen on his neck, which grew so largeas these trees, as tar as the eye could pene. I i b improve the bounties, and to supply i |ow-the crooked strait, the rough places Court, has addressed a letter

\i ::;:r:. to be very inconvenient and dist trAte on either side, were seen, in bright the deficiencies, of nature; to stern the torrent plain. Thus shall the prediction of the Bi Archbishop of Paris, .R01alli

%_4 tressing. After trying a number of luxuriance growir.g every species of plant, ,: in its course ; to level the mountain I shop of Cloynebe converted from prophecy opinion that the existence of i
:; remedies he and wild flow er recorded in the Potomac!' with the plain ; to disarm and fetter the into history,&, in the virtues and fortunesof ..
)1 was advised by one of : suits in France i is illegal.: The '
j t Herbal.! They looked as i< tey[ had never I ra -hjr surge of the ocean. Undertakings our posteritythe last shall prove the noblest I grand .i
,;,;.: his neighbors, to wash i it two or three known the footsteps of man. as they refreshed I of which the Innguage I now hold is no e.x- Empire of Time deliberate minner in which tb :;.:

<< 3.:: times a day with strong salt I water the sight of the vo>agerb, whilst: ag- ated description have become happily When the President had concluded question has b disscibscd, shon ; {.Ji

l (water in which salt had; been dissolved. onward each galley moved), familiar, not only to the conceptions, but to a national salute fired and with what hesitation a .:.
:, clitT and alder ." the enterprise, of our men. That,, was a i sentence Qf ...l!
f. .) He did so, and to his great relief "By and copse, tre>t: country brief address made the condemnation is passed in .:
of which was by Chairman our
J There was a part of this passive, when for the commencement we arehere daysj
and comfort, the wen gradually the music of Moore's sweet song- of "The assembled, is eminent among the num ; of the Committee of Arrangements for two royal et1J(.'s and the unaru.er.I f

ffi decreased in size, and finally disap- Meeting of the Waters," poared its melody I, ber. The projpct contemplates a conquest and also au address by Mr. ed arguments of former lawyers sum, "' .
. 1 pemed Let those who are similarly on ihe er, so as to suspend the labor over physical nature such as has neyer yet Stewart, one of the Directors of the: ciently showed, in the last :

i4Ji -afflicted, "go and do likewise. of the boatmen, and cliara to silence been achieved by man. The wondpix of what were the century "
voice. Noiseless, but m crowds, the ancient world, the Pyramids of Egypt, Company from Pennsylvania. principles of lheJ. >. :
1t' '. Raleigh Register. the"very peoplf moved forward on the bank of the Colossus of Rhodes, the Temple o I' These addresses being concluded,, suits, and the foundations upon wbic :.., .?

to A Ephesus Mausoleum: Artemisa, the the taken sods the company of Logola had
. II 7ht.way spca gentlnman the Canal keeping even pace with the Spade was and of earth reatheir .

;%.: :. :; on a visit, 'some time ago, at Doe long line boats, whilst airs, now animated : Wall of China sink into in the insignificance and be- dug in succession by the Presidentof fatal dominion. ::
':; fr:1 Park.V oolton now plaintive, from the Marine Band it-insignificance mass momentum It is said that tin private
; who the Canal the
$ was taking a ot human labor, required for the Company; Mayors missioltl
walk before breakfast placed in the forward boat, lightened' thr ev'curiou-insinificance in the and : London, of the Coulltd'Ot 1iahalre. :
J ;.:;. met a peK' toil of the walk. As the boats mare comparison Washington, Georgetown, A- I
.j; destnan who inquired ot him the the destined for me of the f'urpo..es to be accomplished by lexandria; the Secretaries of the Treasury lation to a treaty between Spain arA ;

'; ;"'::.i: way to the township of Speke. "Sir," ground of the Canil, the Procession commencement d'icov- the work when executed. It those is, thereforea War, and N ivy; the Postmaster the new States of America. It j
L.fl pleasing contemplation to sanguine
j l : say* he, "Which is the way to Speke ered posted on the bank, two Companies -' and patriotic ipirits.who have eo long looked General; Commander of the Army; added that those States have actual] .

. t ; :;: ':The stranger not knowing such a of. Riflemen commanded by Captun with hope to the completion of thii undertaking I. the: Revolutionary Officers present;: offered to pay an annual sum to Spij .' "

.1; ..s..1 place, hastily replied, "Why man, Tlio.ia< and Captain Halter, scarcely to that it unifs the moral power the Directors of the Canal Company, whenever that power shall acRno,. A ,
be in their uniforn of
; distinguished
I 1; ..".:..:; 'open .your mouth, to be sure." green from the trees in which th'ey itood and ;resources<
} ':): .. A Jew Jeto'd -It was observed embowered, who 'pstid to the President of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria<< ; persons.In offer will probably be accepted.A .

{;: 'f' that a certain covetous rich man never :! the United Slates, both going and rc.urn; thirdly of the great and powerful States of returning, a cold collation was congress of peace.makingt.i

:. ,.rt": .! ...'1. invited any one to dine with him. l ing, the military honors ,due to his station. Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Maryland ; partaken of on board the boats, with bassadors is expected to convey :

{: '; \ I: will I The multitude now visibly increased and lastly, by the subscription authorize a relish sharpened exercise and; shortly at Corfu. The Prussian ar4I
;t. .4: lay a wager (says a wag) I Thousands hung upon the overlook at the recent session of Congress, of the by ::

; .:.:..t;; get an invitation from him. The wa- 1t1J.; hill to the North, and many cliitied whole Union. by the gratification, free from the Austrian Governments will be repre. ,,?,.... .".

;. 4Z';" ger being accepted he goes the next the umbrageous trees bordering the R<- Friends and FellowlnborersVe! ] ar r lrisl. particle of alloy, which the sented- as well as Russia England- .: "' ';

;;4te. day to this rich man's house, about vc>r and the Canal. Perfect order everywhere informed by the Holy Oracles of Truth, whole excursion ; and the incidents of! and r ranee. ., : .,
" ttl. I prevailed. tbat, at the creation of man, mtlptill'' fmtlf'.the ,- !
; the time he known the day, had afforded to all. .
\ was to sit down
.t jl%' to ) Lord of the Universe, their maker, Latest from Colol1"JJia.-n'f\ ,
t : .t '- dinner, and tells the servant that he Arriving at the spot selected for blessed them, and said unto thea, be fruitful i i At the tahleon the deck of the Surprise brig Athenian Captain : .
Sul'ivao aro6.
f: : ... must speak with his master immediately breaking ground, General Mercer, ), and multiply, and replenish the Earth 1 the President of the United rived -c

..ilr,. Li for that he could save him a President of the Company, addressed and subdue it. To subdue the Earth, was States, being called upon for a toast, yesterday, in 23 days from Car.|;!

li-3? : thousand Sir the assembly as follows :- therefore one of the fit si duties assignc-d to tho following. thagena, we have received our reg Pr_
: pounds- says thev.m r- Fdlo* CittZen43 There are moments man at :his creation ; and now, in his fallen/ gave lar files of Carthagena papers to tiiy-:. .
: : .t to h;. master, here is in condition it remains The Chesapeake and Ohio Ccr zal.- Perseverance
a man ,
a in the progress of tim, which are the most excellent '" 8th of June, inclusive. : :;/
k:; ::t great hurry to speak to who of his -upations. To subdue the : '
you, counters of whole! age. There are events 1 I They are occupied with Gover''L':;
:.Ih:.: s..j-snoc.. i ,ive thousand thr monuments of which earth i is -eminen-ly the purpose of the The President of the Canal Company ; .
one ,
you umving j
' ) I every ment documents and articles re1at.-
undertaking the '
to of
.'ill:';: pounds. Outcomes the other memorial of human existence eternize accomplishment on being called upon for a sentiment '
". what "
t "
lOt'S '\ which the firt stroke of lie: spade: is now to ing to the Ocana Convention. If ; ::
; is that th nation to whi'se he- I gave the following .
. history they : J
1 sir
"Ic" you say, that you can save I be struck. That it is to" be struck by thi that
long after all other of ils The nstitution appears parties run high
the United very
: vestiges glory of Statu.I !
rue a thousand pounds 1 Yes sir I hand, I invite you to witllt's't-r Hfire he &
;# have dif! 'ppeart.d from the I The offspring ol mutual the Convention and the Gacett iCarthagena "
globe. At concession it 1l
stroke of the ?
in .
and may
! : can, but I spade ]- !performingrthis .. "
* : see are at dinner I such
> ; I you ; a mo-ncnl have ve now Arrived. act. I call ipon you all to 'join me in be preserved by mutual forbearance." which is devoted f0&.

SrSii.; vt : uriligo! myself and dine and call again, Such a monument are vre now found. fervent supplication: to Him from whom) The Secretary of the Treasury livar speaks in: rather. despondi4; .

i'WlV:;:,;* '.1...! 0';ir, come in and dine withme. I Turninir towards the President of that primitive injunction cams, that he being also called on for a Toast, gave language-anticipates the success ml :. '

I. ... !. Sir, I sli.ifl 1 be troublesome. the Uniied States, who stood Hear would follow with his blesing this joint the :
tr ..', following, which only spoke the and his party, in reco-1! '
at .ill. him Mr. effort of our community to perform I
.n: The} invitujion M. great
\....,::4i:, J As was accepted proceeded his wilt in the siibju( ,ulioii of t tlie: :Marrh for I universal feeling : 1 mending a federal.system of goven-j! 1lueut. \
: ::...f.1 soon as.(I'd, thr the Mr.fondest President : On a day hallowed by the improvement of the condi'inu of man. "( TILe Chesapeake and Ohio CanaLMay1t3 : and intimates. that if they shnu1 ,

{; L.. family reLirI.VelI sir\ -'iys the recollections, beneath Itoclrrering That he would make it one of hi* ciiosrninstruments ru/upirtion) : be ai productive of ;public prove the majority iri the Couycntie.) :,
.,..t., I man of thu huuse, now to our business. (ir.iy we not nblytrust auspici.itu l for the preservationprosperity beue/ifs/ as its commencement has been ol
f." ) sky, surrounded the tk.u, social nothing will remain but for Bolivaritk
many and pleasure.
t: :: II- Pray 1 let me know I how I am to save perpetuity of our Union. That he .
: sandspectttorswholookon us with joyous would have in his all Thus ended the exercise his discretionary powerst3ndB1fi;'
:r':>! this thousand holy keeping the most delightful
pounds. sir s.'rid .
Why anticipation in the of the
1'I ; presence represitntatives workmen by whose labors it is to he com commemoration of this eventful take the supreme control of all mat.t't1.i.
: hear have of the most nations of day
you a daughter polished pleted. That their lives ar.d their health
. }.r: : dispose of in marriage. I have. the Old and New %World; on M spot where may Of precious in his sight ; and that they Oi.it) wf hive ever witnessed, and thus ters upon himself. Much abuse.).

; !..:: ': And that you intend to portion her little more than a century ago, the paint may lire to see the work of their hauds auspiciously was begun the work upon lavished upon Sdntander, who, o 1tz.:: ':
: **d savage held hi!) nightly orgies at the contribute to the comforts the the least, must have been .'
J.:;:1.. '.. with ten thousand pounds, 1 do so. ; and enjoyments Chesapeake and Ohio Canal.TORV.IG.v I very indL'j.creet ,
tir::" request ot't'ie Hirer cities !of the District ,, of millions of their countrymen. J if he could have used the lano
..... :" 4 Why then sir, I let me have her, and Ii ol Columbia. 1 present to the Chif MagMtrateof Friends and Biethern : Permit me (ur-

f t:.: will take her with I nine The rnnstei: I the most: (powerful Republic o-i ther to say, that I deem the duty, now performed guage imputed to him in the Gacet1..r 4
I I"t
.. ....-:.:': of the house instantly rose in a passion J" earth, fur the most noble .purpose that was at the leanest of the u Presidrnt_ ___ ,_.nd" .-.- w, .. It is asserted, that he said in the COI' :,..:$

}-.(-: audr turned him out doors. I I ever conceived by man, this humble instrument Directors of the Chesapeake aDd Ohio from the New York Journ! of Commerce, vention, that if the federal plait \iert :', r"

t'.,\='..'f'\It'... ..,.. ..- : of rural l labor, a symbol of the Canal Company, ajid of the Corporationsof July 8. not adopted, he would put himself : '.

;,: .., \ favorite occupation of 'our countrymen. the District of Columbia, one of lh Latest France. the head ofa: guerrilla.A .
;;.: nimvaltrm! \ from -ISy the ,
\\\\\\.UVe\\\eut. the most foriurmte incidents of life. politeness
May to it is Though
about to be my
'" .. of : decree of the Convex
, -u not the functions Capt. Souls arrived
i devoted, prove the precursor tj our beloved among my official station yesterday jl'
t": .'.. theYcu; York Spectator.COMMENCCMENT 1 country, of improved agriculture, of, I esteem it as a privilege conferred from Havre, we are; t1voredwith tion is published, stating that the!

t\ : OF THE CHESAPEAKE multiplied and diversified arts, of extend'ed upon me by my fell.w-cifizens of the Dis- Havre papers to the 20th May had convened for the purpose of N

AND OHIO C.\. AL. Commerce and navigation. Combin. trict. Called, in tne performance of my Inclusive! 6 dii/s later; liian before king into view the slate of the COUD !I

: received
: Among our extracts !last evening ing Its sf>cul aud service heretofore as one of the Representatives :JI
moral infiu-nces with (direct) from France.A and that, after grave delibeiatitt $ 1

_ _-I. ire gave a f.nirf account of the cele- the ptinciples of that happj Constitution, Senate of'my, and native Commonwealth) in the letter received they had come to. the conclusion that I $<(
now as:1. member of the Executive at Havre from
: -
under "
bruion! of the Fourth of July in the which you have been called to '
reform of the constitution
-I- Department of the Government, Lisbon dated 5th was nec itt :
rvrside my May :-
Disn'ict : over the American! says
of Columbia of which I People ; abode
occasion may ha? been the inhabitants of This decree is dated Ik
it become You doubtless heard that the April -tIt
: : safe of
a -guard their Libertyand the registers .
the Directors of the Chesapeake District longer than at other is followed
1ff any by address ofConvention
Independence, and bond of intended to receive the
ri a perpe.tual the earth. In subscription -
hr. and upon of
': :: ; Ohio Canal Company availed availing myself this
: : Union to the'people of Colo
occasion to return them of all the partisans ot absolute ?]
f to thanks (
Themselves to COI.Huencpthat Great To the ardent wishes of this rast the my or '- 1 1_ __ 'ro. I. bia. .:i.i:
as numberless acts kindness that I havet'xperif"nced ::
naa uaen WIt
" power With me
!.t. municipal -
: l: fr-Uional Work. The National In- scmbl))', I unite my fervent prayer to that at their hands may I be allowed authorities. This plan did I Capt. S. reports that the Con fi'| fti
infinite not
9i telligencer gives a full and : and awful Bring without whose to it motive '
glowing ali
assigu a operatingupon tion
succeed the was expected to break :i
':VLt' account of the ceremonies of the day, favor all human power is hut vanity, thai the htait, superadded to my official to expectations of the polite I up dai1j.General
/ He win ctWn labor ) courtiers about Don Fadilla was a prisoner)
: \V1 ., h should like your with his blessing obligations for taking deep interest Miguel. It
....:/5a,' : we exceedingly to and our work with immortality. in their welfare and prosperity. Among has been observed that persons who Bogota. Bolivar remains at BI ucartt, .

':.j. : tnr.ifnr into our columns I entire, were As soon as he had fuded, the President the prospects futurity which we may indulge ware supposed to be warmly attached manga. The duty on specie coo Dt ;
: tues
f it convenient. The length of the of the United States the rational hope of seeing realizedby
:, I to whom to the scheme of It was a time of general heal4!
t' P resi eut' this junction distant that usurpation, :
Speech, however, which Gen. Mercer had waters, of
presented the spade, the instead of giving their !in Carthagena, and the zuljo" ..
I:? t\ cannot be abridged,. renders it necessary forward I auspicious) influence which it will exer- simple signature parts .,:
f stepped and
with an animation cia, over the fortunes of the .)
ii? every portion o( to registers, have on the contrary ing. ,
: : for condense the
us to other details of and the District
II .I' manner is
countenancewhich one which mind
.;? ;43r; 'i 1 as much as possible.* showed that his whole heart was in dwells with unqualified upon pleasure. my It is my written upon them the strong LETTER OF EOL1VAR TO SUCR& ; .-

:'I\t4.4t: t Amongst the gentlemen composing the the ihhigfthus addressed the earnest prayer that they may not be disap- expression of their opposition to the Caraccas, April, 1828.1 i*;JJ

' {t! Company assembled on the occasion,were his fcttow citizens assemblyof pointed. absolute system. M.iny of the street Sir-The Bolivian people has *,, !

: ., { (bedes. the- President of the United Fronds aid Fellow Cuizpn; is ft was observed that the first srep to wards orators, influential with the populace, lected you its first magistrate ; ? \ti
: It theaccomplUhment
r I T.deS me nearly I I of the glom ious destinies
!t ) secretaries or tne i reasury, were unable to A.
:: ::t. w.T, and Navy Departments, Mr. Rush a full century since Berkeley Bishop of,, of ur country was the Declaration of Inde- express their assent were worthy of this illustrious tesl1';:
Cloynr, turning towards this fair land peidence.. That the any other way than by making a cross of National. "
:.i :' ; Gin Porter, and Mr. South*rrt: the PostMaster second was the Union ; mony gratitude .
.' ::;'1"; General, Mr. McLean ; Senators which we now inhabit, the flea of a prophet of these States under our Federative Go- others wrote, instead of w hat was expected Congress! of this Republic esifl :; .

.:: Ao / oftheUhited' State, Mr. J. S Johnstonnd ,with closed this a memorable few lines poetical inspiration YelUan the ot. The third is irrevocably fixed I II I of them, Down with Don I desires me to request, that yOU '.1'.,. .' "
predictjon : by act the
: upon commencement of I I "
Mr BouHgny ; and Mr Washington, 41 Time's noblest j Miguel / or Vive Den Pedro and the the '
( Empire i in the last. which we are now accept Presidency of t1ttt
' hJ Representative in Congress' ; Mr Vati :li- A prediction which, to those of us whose' more suitable for this engaged.Yhllt operation could have time the Constitution I" Opinion- of this conformity with the Constitution* : ,,

:; "..:l an, the Minister of Great Britain to theUnited lot lias been cast by Divine Providence iii I been selected than the Anniversary o( our sort did not at all suit the faction ac I trad tba" f1': :' "
'. love for
" ;qt States & I greater you .
:>> ; ron Krudener, the Mi these regions. contMni not only a precious great National Festival ? What
place fordisgly they decided that ;
': : nitter of Russia and Baron Maltitz Secretary promise, but a solemn injunction of duty, henceforward Bolivia, I should advise you to (, .

<(l' t' of Legation'from th* same Power : since, Ujion our energies and upon thoe of *Attending this action was an incident no one shall subscribe the J e- the cruel sufferings to which thtercise ? "
; the Chsralier HuenPItnsteEOththe our its fulfilment gister under the .
I ; t posterity, will depend.For which produced a greater sensation than except oversight of a of supreme power COll' ;'
' Netherlands ; Uarou StackHbereCharge with reference (o what principle could! any other that occurred during the I guard selected for the The Bolivia faY I! .
day. purpose
. d'Affk rel trom the King of Sweden IJr.. it bethat Berketey.p..octaim thrsthe last; The ftpade which the President held strucka I soldiers sub..orl> tl>*,ir namae Severn] ; to you, as k iJ..
: Li'boa Secretary of Legation from the to he the noWestEmpire of Time? It wa, root, which prevented its-penetrating- daughter haling TO m' ; .
Emperor of Brazil ; Mr. Hersana, Vice as he himself declares, on the transplantation earth Not deterred by trifling obstacles i times over, without being allowed to offspring ot Juni ; and Ayacucbof! .,

Consul General of 'l-ance-compriling of Learning and the Arts to AID riCIt. from doing what he had deliberately resolved add their residence or the name of liberators must:: sustain her at *be'

A all the Representative!of Foreign Power Of learning and the arts. The four first to perform, Mr. ADAMS: tried it again their regiment. All that is wantedis of any personal sacrifice. You _

at that moment in the City and able to acts-The Empire of the old world, ant of with no better 'UCC I8. Thus foiled he mauy names, no matter of what will figure in the Ji. '
I Jtttend. Among the other invited Guests former ages-the Assyrian, the Persian I) threw down thc.spade, hastily stripped offand kind the history among :
provided number '
the Grecian they wantis of Bolivia IS _
the Roman Republics.
was the Commander of the Army GrN.f4i laid aside his coat, and went seriously ers
Macomband Gen. Stuart and Col.Brooke, Empires of conquest ; dominions. of 0)941 to wor&-rThe multitude around, and on gained. work ; she has the right of a land tn\ .

p Surviving Officers of the Revolutionary over man.. The Empire which his great f.j the hills and trees, who could not hear, because The Resent presided at the Council belovfd daughter to yourthf.l'1|
mind piercing into the darkness ( r. d
Army. futurity, of the distance from the open space. of State which was held the 2d of nal Ayacucho .
foretold America, was the Empire of but care. ..It.
could and
I 'i' The Steamboat Surprise, followed by see understand, observing May. Every member who intendedto n ;
and the there ,.
I Learning Arts-the dominion of this action, raised a loud and unanimous ty upon you ; you
two other steamboats, and a line of barges man himself and express a bold opinion received the
over over physical nature cheering, which continued for some time from the hands of victory ;
and .ther boats, I led the piocerti i n up I -acquired by the inspirations of genius, I I after Mr. ADAMS had maitmd the diffi: the evening before, an order not to of the father and the,founder ofTia. it1J.

; be Pottraac, coursing the wild margin and the toils of ibduitry ; not frattrtd by I cult,.' be present. Thus Den Miguel bud Sir, I know you,and f

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I venture to address you tny qua! success on the (w great works, luinisler& ; at our court by tbe elegance of pelago are the predominant.-This is a Fatal Rtnuntrt.-It ta stat' ,.i*

!,4.01n and acceptable." his; manners, and tbe openness and straightforwardness most admirable harbor. I do in the Little
without was happy net Rock (A.T.) Gazette of
.,lirtJrioos; ; you may govern .. of his iotercouneith them,
dansriT and without reproach : ArnclicHii and adds tint: the successor u unknown.The think it is a quarter of a mile wide, June 4, that Gen. Edmund Hogan,
mind) Tilt Age 9f ImerffvU\tnl-The alarm with but the water is so deep that this 'was kill
our rapacity Hiidynur elrvjilet) Faimei of July 4th contains nn ar- Courier ( great confidence shipcan instantly d, by :3 fatal sfaiis

MIWIMT foi the pro-parity of Bail i\ ia. iicl; with this *in .uar titlecic to prodUce that the changes will produce no go within conversation distance with a spear from Judge Scott. Tins

1 I \\HI\P pledged yon to .tin! BolivianConcrcbs nninutls of either sex !" which gnu I change in the system domestic or foreign all along) the shore. It is entirely occurrence look place in the store of
I number of taken iroin the policy-savs that Sir Henry HarI surrounded with
experiments which Messrs.
a highlands destroys
r.IIwtnUIV nn!"- Wilson and Stuart the
I luve on
:! Right lion. )Jr.
( ; : London Medical and Physical Journal, for dinge. and) he Fitzgerald: ,
:I\ !-f.Jfuur lIrt"V. I h'M"" you will ebioary Ife-S. tending to prove that the have been named as.successors to Lord the force of the wind. I am evening of the 31st May, soon after

f'1; dOl}' lilt' a librrty whirh, dot' pHI >ari inns domestir animals will! produce maleor Palmerstcn, us Pav master: of the Army, told however, in the winter, it is extremely the execution of Strickland. What

}honor, although it sacrifices yon to fem.ile yomi in greater or less propor-! but lha\ nothing positive was known as to cold. The city from all accounts led to this unfortunate affair, was a

public I lit" ; 'hut glorv is the happiness tion.acconlin! to the management of the owners' What next Shall we not, by Ireland. $r. Charles tyrant's successor with beggars and of after
: dissipation they entered the Gen.
of the hero. and by, know Inn much was pot krown, nor..u that of Mr. WilTiam -I\I kind. store,
a&k of tin) happiness: of every Hogan was a native of Georgia
Sir, I you Lamb, as Chief Secretary of Ireland.
fl)1 livi ia ; swenr 10 IIP the Constitunonal From'the Charlatan Courier, lolh July. A council txf. the piewnt minister *i evi- I, "The inhabitants of this place: are .

? President of this Republic, that The ]),:lIgm'-This very *!isigree.ihle : bled J on the '23th, consisting of the Duke ; particularly friendly to Americans- .' 'A1W11U1AL.

it* t fortunes may t hi: )-iprliid.. epidt'unc, exists at this time in ot \\it l1iu.gton, Earls Bathurst, and Aber- I they need be, as our Squadron hereis P ft

.\rccIL the Jxpie.vsion of my distincuiahcti t ur city, to an extraonlinary extentwe ;Ideen Peel,,.Mr Lord:Goulburn Melville,,and Lord Mr Lndhurst Herries., Mr. .I their principal source ofweahh." Prices of (.' ()Uon.
from the East Florida Htrafd.
consideration j :md icsj.en.BOl.IVAK.\ think we are perfectly within LIVERPOOL
: The Courier attributes the resignationof May 29.
I I hounds! when we say, one fourth of our Mr Hu'lfisson and Lord Palmersion, Fourth of July,-This d.I}',which, Cotton, bowed, Geo.. 6. 7d ; do. N. O.

To His Er'lrnrv, tlu ( r.tnd Marshal population have had, or now have it to tie vote which they felt bound to give, in every part of our extended country 6 3.8 a 7 -. S. hiand 13$ a 24d..

of Ayacuclio, President of tin -and ever) hour appears to he add. in opp(M itoii to Mr Peel, we suppose on should be observed with proper May 30.-Sales of cotton for the weekare
the East letibrd Election: bill. Mr llus- festivi i ies and due decorum, went off 19.000.atan advance of l.&L per I Ib.
Bolivian: Republic.Ucnrial ing to the number. It made its ap- kison after giving. his vote, thought it very heavily in St. Augustine, until on the last week's currency ; the import
; Sucre after expressing a us about two weeks is 20.000.
pearnnce among necessary write to the Duke, stating; the
near close of the day : we were
fear Ihat other nations would cenMireBolivia ago, and should I rt continue to Spl cad that havi''g conceived himself obliged to i N.lW YORK, July 12.
for choosing a foieigner for much longer as rapidly as it has done vote agaiist Mr. PeeK he was ready to reminded, that it was a National The ales of the week lo not exceed

bur President, offers his drsiiefor a the last two weeks not an individualin tender nu resignation, if his grace thought Jubilee day, by a salute from 1000 bale*-consisting of Uplands and

quit-1 life as an excuse for not comply- the city will have 'escaped. It has proper.; Nv idea ol Mr. H's resignation the garrison, and heard ot one or two Alabama, principally at 10 to 12 cent*.
I u-oiiM ha'e been entt-rtHined by the Dake, private parties, at which the usual SiYAvvaa Jul, 19.
in*! with thostrongsolicitations of Bo- not in any instance proved fatal ; but 'I Upl:mds, inferior to lots
the Courier say, if the letter had IIOt bt=ell sentiment manufactured : prime 10 a I!**
I l.\; 'I'. HP plcrJl-s himsHf to leaven the pain is often very acute, and fromits written b'utWit having been written he quantity was Sea Isla.ds 23 a 30.
< domestic scenes, whenever Bolivia frequently attacking ;i hale brawny did nut feel l hnun-It bouud to solicit ini I with die addition of something : The last vessel loading for Liverpool

render his and other new at one of them, to wit, that since to.,k off the stock of Sea Islands
shill incur: penis that may mm of 6 feet in height 200 to regain. The resig rations appear on hand

JIP \ ire- IJf"fttl pounds in weight, in the little finger to hsve been in coracquence of tiie e the 4th tl.iv of July 1776, every 4th at 23 a 28 ; very little doing in any outer
staple in market, this week.CHARLISTOK.
two day of July has; bi-en commenced and
vith that almost
'Jr toe a severity I
great Operaticnt in the Las'.-It is now ron- ended in drunkenness. Towards the July 21.
tr A D l makes him affords much
out, The demand last week
._ .. cry Srme4 that the Russian troops crossed tiie wab rather lin.eI. .
-=- : == : : close of the the citizens
= day .
'1-UEIAV. AUGUST, 1828Vtrite merriinvnt to those who have recovered lower Pruth and the Danube, in several assembled Some few sales Were made at 10 *

from or not yet taken it. There COIlS on the 7th May at Roni and hmnel. on the square to witness the 11 cents ; principally at lOt for common,

Sans Jeur. appears but little sympathy for the On their approach iheTmliSiset lire to Ga- raising of a Balloon. The Balloon : qualities ; prime parcels will command
latz, a.iH retired to Brahilow. Wallachia feat 12 cents. Advices from
well and Europe to
.. ::- sufferer. its duration is from six was very performed, up
Moldavia occupied without lie 1st June
and were reiist- are anxiou-ily looked for.
Animal of the Hornet.'Jh rose majestically, to their
hours to three daySIt is treated ance. The Russians were expected at great Vessels&.re rather scarce, and most of the-

c. 5 Ship H M net, Capt Claxton miidlv-a little salts and snake root Buchaiest on the 9th. A Russian fleet had gratification, and all would have end regular purchasers are absent! which nttt.r -

anchored ou Wednesday evening last, oi'fen and warm** lemonade, to produce perspiration sailed Ilh 12,000 troops on bord wlucn ed very well had not a little turbulence :; ciusc of the present dull of till
NHVV \ .. d. from cruize ofi'the south appeared off the mouth of the Danube, been manifested by a few individuals market.
be the
I Sailed! dom West appears to most vheie the
srl ( f LLb1 Key un steering for Varna, troops were ,
liidaj I tit :,!.jlh ult. where was J lying the I common prescription though in some to be landed Constantinople "t the lat which came very near a fiat YW.

r > Sh.t\: u-lu-z, Captain Budd, \\-11.. r cases it is permitted to come and go accounts was in 1! late 6f tinnqnility. termination; and establishing the truth

li ul. tiom information icceived from the without any thing being taken to At Sinvrni, Cotton was in demand, the of the above sentiment; that every

Collector, and at las request, seized aMex- i check relieve the supplies of Egypt falling short. Fourth of'Julyc.h.li in drunkenness.
itau i'mateer called IIh Car lJobw, and ; or pain. j Admiral Coirm ton WitS returning to Ea- '

commanded by a Captain! Hupruan, aud i Charleston, July 18.-The Dengue fever, I Ii gland, & had called for a Court Martial to SAVANNAH, Julv 13.Smuggling. .

en theT'irtujjas, engaged in smuggling. in com que"'c.. of the copious rains whicn tie of Navarin. : left Sj..AJ'irv's on the 10th inst., we Legislative Council.The .

Captain Hawkins, who commanded the have fallen latteity, is probably at this mo- The marquis of Palmella has resignedhis learn that the brig Lawrence! of Mobile Election fur Members of the L.

Mexican GO\CI nment brig Herman, anti tnrnt more prevalent than ever and does functions as Ambassador from Russia bound from Havana to that place, giilat'vCouncil,to represent the Countyof
xlio had a1o I keen engaged in the same not manifest the smallest disposition to retire Co' mbia. -'The' New York \dvertisers Escambia, which,.took place yesterday
licit {Hmml"reeas tield to bail in tnenum until it shall have paid its respects to : ys, that according to some of the private with a cargo of coffee and segari, resulted in the election of PiTia ALBA,

of $5.000 and w.is permated'o sail, almost every individual in the city. Never, advices from Carthagena, by the las' transferred. part of her cargo on board and HOWARD L. DHJKX, ESQ.OTBXS. with.

.uppo"eel for Veia Cruz. within our recollection, has any disease packet, apprehensions existed that a it small ,sloop, commanded by one out any opposition that we know of. Tho

f ioniintbini.itiMiiec(tivedfrom Havana, spiead so rapidly, or prevailed so universally struggle would shortly take place, TK! Smith, and had the same landed on retun.s from he different precincts not

thaicliere v ere some .1, ales on the south ; amougour population, as this. Thee are Convention was about to break up, twenty the shore of the Northern branch ofi i j having been received we cannot give the
Budd nired thiee small I
tide ot Cuha, Capt. hut few houses which have .
I comparatively five of the Deputies had declined taking number of votes for each.
and them in (;ha: of the St. Mary's river. It had :!
sctiooiMMS, gave ge had the god fortune to escape its visita further part in the discussions not
thie" af t his lieutenants, to ci uize lor them, any been ascertained in whose .
lio.l, hilst.in of those which have Buf-
many and it was believed, if they persisted in possessionthe
two of them had returned without meeting fl"rw under it, three, four, & five cases have I this resolution, nothing would be'decided properly was placed ; but Major of Wharf Company.
scls, :he thiid was: I i
with an* suspicious >c) occuiredat I
It deserves
expected dail). howeverin once older to be stateddsstincfly mis-i upon by that body. In such case, it was Clark, Collector of the: port of St. The following gentlemen were jes'ej-'
preveut "xpected, the Military would declare Mary's, having been informed of the :, day elected Directors of the Wharf Colfo
appiehension abroad, that this disease. although ;:
Bolivar Dictator and him this
force to pan City.
acute and painful, is yet of short I transaction; seigi-d both vesj!' aud
retain the command the
o witu
Between the Russians and Turks. duration generally ending upon the fourth unlimited As counin heir cargoes, and very little doubt N. H. Allen,
Bv the at rival of tne Ship: King George, or fifth day, and that it has, ill not one single the po count y were ttieMlitary unanimously throughout i i- existed that they would be cmdemnI F. F!. Nisbet,
Richard in four Havana instance, terminated fatally. The City I.
fapr. : on, days from of Charleston, she is i favor ot this measure, there could be ut ed. The Captain of the brig absconded J. de la Rua
we lein lliata vessel had ariivea at oppressed as by a ,
variety of causes, has little to I serious opposition, and the change in tl ,- to Flori-la as soon as the
1\1 at.1 II ZI'S in a short passage from Liverpool, depend on B.; D. \ right
bimiig intclligi'iice: mat a despel !tit, but her character for health ; and it i is Government wou-d not unly oe DTJU, 'I'ibout fraud \\fis doteri".'.-Giorgian. ,

D.iilr h.id been fought between the Rns hoped therefore, that all who notice the existence without much bloodshed, but -'.lIke United States1 Troop*. -A detachment J. Jerri Sun.V .

JIIdnll and the Turks and that TWILVKTH''U i of the disease, will be careful to accompany acquiesced in by most of the p-opl ..-_-_ dt -""Lt--- .
.is rd'cra'Jle the evils they have of tr\'t.s, numbering: 160,
\X1 SLAlK were left on the field ot the notice with the statement a- ;) 8ti | blED
bat'i I. w hic"h reinnined in poss.- siou of the bove made of its duration and is ue. 'cred under ihe present der&ied _ystet." I arrived at Alb 'nyMI iho 10th ius .
In this City on Sunday night 3rd Au.
Russians.by whoin ihe *iciorwas, claimed. Jfirctrry.Philadelphia. 'in canal boats, ti out Green Btv.ia
gust ; HKSKY, infant son of H. HYKR ESL
Lots estimated as equal on Loth sides. From ihe Xo.-f B.tll.tI7z Buffalo, and left for :New York in the I,

4 July lj._We have afternoon in he I From the National Intelligencer,June 281
Extract boat
of cllllfllltln steam
a lctterfroin. Victory
DIED In this :
Htnlth of Pensaeoln.-The paragraph inrut i I city, on Wednesday RiCHARD
. List ('II tlii subject, has been a subject intelligence from Europe to the 29th on b<>ard the U. S. Ship /Jclttl.11.1rl I Captain Thomas \\"I.*\V Ill. Their W. Mi:ADK. Esq. who though h*

. "f uipiizi to maav. of our fellow cilizeuuwt'1 >: of May-but it is of a nature little more to friend in this town, dated. destination is the North Eastern fiout I had been but a'short time a resident of out

: iiuuglut it be. They had heard,of nit satisfactory than that of an earlier dute. MAHON, 24th April, 1823.: lier, in the State of Maine. This i city had, by his urbanity and amiable de

sirknes.; and of no pi ispect of any- and The British cabinet i is in a stnte of "1 I: from hirfic detachment i is Inspector I pertinent, acquired so many friends that
wrote Leghorn
by -
could not imagine why we thought it ne- lamentable I his decenxe has thrown a gloom over society
disorganisation, and the I. the strictness with whlrli; Mirv/ General Cnooa\N who du- I
) ce .*...uto mrniion ihe subject. The truth n such as we harp seldom witnessed.: Mr
[ is. uui polper had gone t. Pie-s on Monday l prospects bringing order out of such I execute their quarantine lum* .it tb.! rin!r the late war, br tnly and succes.sfiillv Meade was for many years settled at Cadis

. evening.without th .1 ;,aiagraph; \\ I" II, confusion, are not the most distinct. : port I I':ar th.t perhaps my lettei defended a fort in the Indian i us a merchant, and, perhaps, no man ever
to oui" MII prize, two of ut d tends 11011I the It can scarcely happen that we i lived who had a more extensive cornnier
S : will never be receivcdc country; nzainst; a much larger .
conniriniuiuu'd us, flint a report was in cial intercourse. His hospitable attention
f .. shall remain: muny d lys without more "It was only with c jiii) CII ulaii n. that the ytHoir ftvft and the < persuasion to sit classes of his countrymen whom baaineai -
. Pensncvfa Know ing tn. i our City was would be unprofitable.Iu ;,family were permitted: to land, anti 1 .Mslarchtly .,jccid :.-NVe regret to liberality-his f'nterplhe and pub.

:. us lit t' from si.-kne at that time as c uld'' reference: to the affairs of the then on condition that they should be earn t'ut' : a mot lajnentubie and disas- lic spirit, gave him a distinction even in &

reasonably lJr xpf'f'd eweniuu the midst east, WP gather from the English :: I 'rous accident occurred at Ports mouth, foreign country.w hich few men ever attained
I. of \\inar. ; and being well aware how tapidIv that Russia is determinod papers confined in a house by themselves, for on Monday last Aoout 4 o'clock, P.1.. Success crowned his early ,exertion

e those false and i ijuiious teports travel to ; eight days, without holding communication .n John Orde Creighton, iltq.: : of the U and he was prepariug to return to his native -

:.t we stopped our Piesi, *id hastily wrote the I persist, and Turkey to resist. with any one, their food being IS Navy, Commander of the Navy Y trd, country, master rif a princely fortune,

paragreph.above mentioned, .and had. it inV I Isertf'tl. c.: S. Gazette. passed to them through an aperture I: at Portsmouth! ,_and Mr. Nathaniel_ J.\de, when he was diverted from his purpose by
the entreaties of the
\> e asu e our friends in the country -- earnest municipa ityof
LATEST FROM ENGLAND. rarser ot that station, were riding' In a
: that we will give them prompt notice, i made for that purpose. So tenacious Cadiz, .ho regarded him u the only
I The ships Charles Drew, and Alciope, gig; with two horses, through one of the
snould our City become unhealthy ; are they ofthe health aftheir that source, on could of
* iii ; or city, which.they depend, sup4
have arrived at Boston from Liverpool I II I rincipal, 5t'e rs..the. horses. took fright
should there be alarm on the plies for their and citizens
subject. during
any they will not receive letter from troops
a I London' a and -.-inst threivboth
bringing to the 29th : persons dashilgtftfe :: a ,
papers May, gig jmmp
At present, we still think, we have a prospect I the calamitous el which had just theu
inclusive. arriving there vessels from the the withreat violence
7 t i in gentlemen out -
ot a remarkably heaItJI."ieuon-cool. commenced in Spain. The vicisiicudeswhich
I ing showers have frequent refreshed us oft I Mr. Charles Grant, who has tendered I United Statesj except flout the end bruiS'ng them in a dre.-d ul manner attended his subsequent'life the iH-,

tt _1 latt ,lInd the nights have bt-en more comfortable his resignation, persists in it. Earl Dudley of a long stick or pole, with a split in iir Ly.!e expired about 12 o'clock treatment be received at the bands of Fer.

* than is usual at this reason-in Consequence I also adheres to his determination to one end, into which package is the same night. Capt. Creighton was dinand. his long imprisonoient, and the
bad colds have prevailed prettyextensively .''ign. put consuierub'v hurt, but was fa.irecorerinfr successful interpolition of his own Govern'
18. I ; one or two white persons and The Ministry: which wns constructedon ,I and it then immediately undergoes -JV": Y. Mer Adv July 14th. ment in his behalf have become matters of

13J.1 !o-ne frw Macks have also been sick, and I the rums of the Canning Cabinet, is I purification of brimstone. I delieve .J.Yt1al.The Portsmouth Adver- American history. He was a gentleman of

::::: *ve know of one case of the Dengue since t broken to pieces ; and the Duke of Wel they think it impossible that a vesselof tiser of the 10th inst. informs that polished education, of refined accomplish

flu hiss ; this, we believe is the true state lington has gain to commence the laborious this class, having such a number of Coni. CREIGHTON has received orders raenta; manly, generous, and philanthropic.He .
of llie liealth of our City. concerning -hicliif task constructing a new Cabinet I left a widow and ten children, most of
::fl souls on board and coming from .America take command of the Brazilian
is our earnest desire al I'vays to keep our almost without materials. I to them females-whose affliction is rendered _
'; :-:;.tiieis cuiiectly informed.. Turyism i irf al a iow ebb-The liberal should be }healthy. \Ve have j I squadron, in the place of Com. Bm- more poignant by the su'ideoaess of their

part of the Cabinet has retired A Tory been, 1 think, blessed si.. far/ahtioiigh DfcE, who returns to the United Bereavement. '. 3 .- '"

1 Jr.le.mallmprortmtnt.-In: this paper we I Cabinet itt however, to be attempted. we have lost several of our crew, some States. Com. C. goes out in the new : '<(-- J

iD' copy an abridged: account of the Certmony : Hut it cannot endure. It will possess no of whom suddenly causeda
very which frigate Hudson, nov fitting at New i
_____ at breaking gr"'ut.d, for the co.Miruenceuientef I talc-nl-and talent Snlt111
ik was never more ne- '
) considerable sensation of aLtrm.- York. We learn that
tilt ( /h'nl.wkand Ohio Canal, '" tichn. cess'ary. It will have no sufficient leader are happy 19 .
-- took; lhe4ih I We send homen: the Constitution about fast from his late in
place at Washington on of July in the House of Commons. he is recovering

._ ult : we egret that our limits will not permit The public conceive such a Ministry ten men, who are unfit fur ser jury.-Char Courier July 22d.

4 ; tf t.e le-puhlicaiitm: of the full account cannot stand against opposition, and a vice ; the reminder are getting well T re Boston Bulletin 01 July iltn, : ;Q
, 1'itr'ttiso. It said that the celebration ofur
is dissolution of Parliament is spoken of. fast. The Commodore I be- ...
> 'fi BIRTH-DAI' Baltimore very has the following paragraph relatingto
. _ AT ON ai was
The Libcrulifcis
would have decided
a Port \easacoVa.:
e- more splendid thau at any other place. majority in a new house.Mr. lievej takes charge to-morrow ; he the Hudson frigate.! .
There too, was the day selected for the has visited us, and of dissatisfaction
104 Peel Mr H ernes, and Mr. Goul- no report .\Ve understand that our townsman, AIIMVED.

sti. commencement Undertaking of a great and Baltimore glorious and National burn will remain in tne Ministry.We has cen heard from,hun. 'V m. .S. Rogers has been ordered by July 29th. -Schr. Sciot, Hmchman

Jilt -' Oi: Rail Road. As the National Journal believe no final 1 arrangement has THe Constitution is all ready to sail 1 I the Navy D.epartment to New York, Brassos, St. Jago, Mexico, loaded withmnles -

.' been made of successors to those who for Boston, or New York.' The of the Hudson 25 bound Charleston
1131 try justly observ An era in our Na- I to act as pufsor frigate, ,- days- to ,
I.ouitl annnli will take its date from have withdrawn. Mr. F. Lewis, Lord Porpoise sailed in for of
'via the yesterday on a cruizein now fitting out at that port for a put a supply water.
loCf'fdingli" of that day. We will endea- Aberdeen, Sir George Murray, and Mr i the Archipelago. The Java and |' cruise. Mr. R. will leave ENTERED.August .
3 I. "or, in C 1croft have been mentioned: many
next, to 2dSchr.
our give an ixtrac from Neptune, Rigelov,
If r the Account proceedings at Baltimore. Parliament is expected to sit until JulyIt Warren will follow in a few days. ,friends in Boston who will regret his Ne w Orleans. Cargo to Navy Agent Ji

fat In lation) to the Address of Mr. Adams is not thought the Budget can be The pirates in the Archipelago have i: absence. For yth. J. Pecay, J. O'Neil, and Mr.

bc. published to-day, the National Journal remarks brought forward till 1 June ,, sworn vengeance against the Porpoise, : It is not yot certainly' known on Bonder '

0' 1 :" 1 he people in London are much agita. and it is said have fitted out a much what cruise the Hudson is to be sent : 4M-Scbr Maria, J. Me. Baker, Nev

\\ c will not say that it was the ted b)' the crumbling of the Administra superior force to conquer her or die. it is supposed however that she will. Orleans. Cargo to J; Quin, J. OfNerU J-
.,. nlot chaste and felicitous address he tion. Pescay, Austin and FmUy.-Mr; HTtr,'anil
if' e'Pr delivered The King gave a Grand Ball on the night --The pirits of the officers are quite proceed first to the coast of Brazil. : sundry articles AppaJachicota.*.
.but will
.6' *' that it will; we boldly of the26m of May, It seems. to be hint. animated, and I feel confident that i She is one of the frigates built for the I II Schr. Elizabeth, Korsyth New Qrleanj.

: son y, ith not suffer in comparison ed that he discovers an indifference to should they meet ttf&m, the result will I Greeks, and is said to be a very fine :. Cargo to- Navy Agent, Austin and Plnlay,
any one he has previously public affairs.Lo5Bos be worthy of Anierica's sons. No j ship. The commander is not yeL.I N H. Alien, S.' Bill, F. L I*. L'slm.csJ.

'. g"tn, or any other effort, be the May 28.-Mr. Huskisson Mr. one has : idea it" be U .in J. O'Neil and to o.del'. "'.
ji source what it \v. La no, and Lord Patmerston hu.wrtig71td any except may I named. .
3a! may. It was simple, the Commander and his must be ; British Ship Ki.g George. Richardson,
( .
pious, and liberal. Its allusions -=---aS- 4 days toni Havana, ballast.. "

,1I_ apt, accurate and beautiful. Therewas were The papers of tbe 29th state that the very indefinite) when .we shall leave I I Aiu\e& ure.. Schr James Catherine. S| Hlinan, Vau-

tC place of Mr. Huskisson, as Colonial Se.cretary tuis ; a great deal hal to be done to com.co. Cargo, Corn,kc.,to B. )I.Forbes
a sincerity in his manner, which ik to be filled by Sir George Murr please his of course. Some I 1tiE. Subscriber wishes 10 sell for .

steP 1ar I niide every sentence eloquent. Till 1Y. The Earl ot Dudley had resigned two months eye three months or more-say Cash, three unbroke Mules, five Capt. Dorr, of tbe Schr. Messenger, reports
old>>,just arrived from Brajuos. St.
ornaments he the
used seals ot"the year
were judicious Foreign Department that the Sloop Flyfth, Capt. Chester
iei ; : the majority seem to think it will not They be at the resilience -:
HUti his liberal Tne Courier Jago. may
reference to the acknowledges the difficult I iVoiii N. Orleans ; Dry Goods *nd Grociies *-
1Lk' J cere- ot filling the of i be less than two, various reports are i of Mr Celi-stine G nz lez
place minister
of laying the first a who has wa wrecked on the Bar of 3Irassas.
njonv stone of the
.Read in Baltimore inspired such repct in foreign courts by also circulated as regards our destination. I. Lewis iiiachman.Peruucola St Jag, July 7ta.putoCtb. CaYr ,ave (

, invoking his talents, aod coi.ciUaUd all foreign I .. France,'Italy and the Archi ,'4th (bUt 18J8.-21-tf. veuel wtall ll1e st.J .


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t FOR SALE. MARINE DEPOT 'i n. ;\ut\n\\\\ form of a Declaration t, be inade by the attorney named in the foregoing ?' tf.* '-'

PiasACOUt NAVY VAliD, 5 relief of certain surviving OBit'erK OffiCe1 I. of attorney and made oath that the o\Ytl

THAT pleasant and desirable July 18th 1828. act and for Suldiers the of the Army of the Revo.Jmion. For the purpose of obtaining the bene. was not given to him by rc .on orla:1tt

dwelling on Intendencia street, will be received by the and ll'ltse fits of an act, entitled "A act for the relief I i!: transfer, or of any attachment |1e.'f.a.Tl1

. belonging to Major Bowie. For PROPOSALS until the 1st September Be it enacted by tM Senate of certain surviving officers antfsol.dier2 I i seizure by any legal process whatoi'1*

termi, which will be made moderate, the Post with Fifty of the United Stlltes of I the therein authorized .r4
next, for furnishing aepreientntivei That each of the Army of the Revolution, approved pay to be re/-

&.Y 1 apply tot Cords tf good Oak; (Black Jack) Wood, America, in Congrf'"lemblt'{ of the I on the 15th of May, 1828, 1, -, ,, ed, but that the said pay is lntcn tl'.

iif.'ft. Robert Mitchell. to be delivered the Navy Yard at such of the surviving "fficers.ofthe army Ijne who f of-,in the county of -, in the State enure wholly to the personalthe bene to

Pcnsacbla, July 10, 1828-18-3t. limes as may' be required by the Commanding Revolution in the Continental tie reso/e,( of of -, do hereby declare that I was an person by whom the said pOWtrtot

:.: Officer. was Entitled to half pay by hundred officer in the Continental Line of the Army j executed, .11

fI$:: k11iA{ TcI \ (i. F. Lindsay, October Authorized seventeen toreCeiVe, out ofthe Revolution, and sened as such \I,, Witness my hand; this d1or"""*

Lieut. Commcrnding.Posr and eighty, be other- [here insert, to the end of the war, or (as in the year /

I 4lII THE residence of the -_19tf. of any money in the ': suVf his full the case may be) to the time when the arrangement .. Before me, -i----. [here inltrt titht,

'ir' il':' at the head OFFICK DKPARTMEST. ? :. wise:appropriated, the a.mount his rankin of the Army provided by the Justice of the Peace or other MagiatJoa '

}: .,. AW7, of Escambia Bay, a Negro June 7th, 1828- $ pay in said line, according with to the third resolves of Congress of the 3d and 21st of duly empowered to adminhter,1 i
: ,;1 fellow, who saVE he i ii* free will be received at this the line to begin effect the County of-, State ,
carried into or
t hundred October 1780, waj ,
'f 1 I. and has hired himself as until the 1st of October day of March, one thousand eight during .- and reduced undei that arrangement Mt personally appeared, this d..y, __ "1j
v f such : calls himself next, for the Conveyai.ce of the Mail and twenty-six, and to continue That which period I was a in the regiment -, of the said county, who diJIt;,
""" "J" f'I''tt I thrice a week between Mobile, Ala. and his natural life : Provided, I'jly I mike Omth, that -, by *hooi
of the line. &lie
he ei.tilled -
: \ :Uoatt the muil to this act no officer shall declaration
wm m'! New ( rIeai'sin 'Steam under foregoing was subscribed
: j that I afterwards received -
also declare
And I j
..if.,..,.d.: .. be carried from City tu City within 30 to receive a !larger; sum than the full pay certificate commonly called a generally .reputed and believed to II 'IS

", 4. \............ and says he has lived Wisblngtoir'City! hours ; and the service tocomnrence on 6f a: Captain in said line. a ( for been an officer in the Army of the ReI

'..;. "01.'II.f" and at the Indian Springs in Georgia. the 1st ofNovemberand continue four Sec. 1. And be further en7/ .-l, That, commutation certificate' a sum equalto I lution' in manner as therein stat d. '0. 4I

."..,f. ;.... .. Said Negro, is very black, five fret six yeQ. whenever any of said officers las rece.ved the amount of five )'e'an' resolve full pay of; :I Witness my hand, this day Of _
which offered by the i .
: sum \\as
:"-t. or eight inches high, and has a scar on of the United States, ai a pension- F in the t '

I't.. the left cheek. He wishes to go to the A iMHW VOLUME: er money, since the third day of March, one Congress, of the 22d ofi'rch: 1783. instead I year [Signed]

.. .,.- ......'. North as soon as the month for which I EMBELLISHED (IU.VITLKL.Y WITH AX ,lLE'; thousand eight hundred awl t we,, y-six, of the half pay for life, to which I !I I Clerk of the Court of
I the
. ,
.,....:.'..:oJ.:. have hired hun is completed ; but, as I aforesaid, the sum so received shall ho was entitled under the resolve of the 21st COil
E.NGUAV1NG. of the state of-
t11'- .. CANT I ty -, -, do
.. '...,..;;11 think he is a runaway I shall endeavorto deducted from what said officer would, of October, 1780. t'betore who hereby,

.,' '!'\IIi'r hire him for a longer period, to give his New \ovk *S\\r\Y.. othrrwUe: be entitled to, uncer the first And I do further declare, that I have received -I certify Affidavits, : were sworn, u the fuI LIa
i ,( of the United States a pensioner I gong was, at
1 as
. !: to him. this and pension to ,
owner an opportunity of act
get section every
; time here inst-rt either
* .f," 'tivifc, Andrew P. Simpson. And Ladies' Literary Gazette: i winch said officer is .1ow entiled, shallcease since the 3d day of March 1826, [here I Peace, [or other Magistrate: ,a duly Justice ot the

.; after the of this act.SeC. insert, no money, or (as the case may be) .I enijOWtr
Devottd the littles Lcttrcs fine passage
to oaths
ed administer and
i Pensacola, 25th July, 18282Otf.'Iw at I to ,] duly empoviered
".X 3. And be further eniected, That that 1 have: received, as a pensioner ( .
' Music Drama; Passing I administer oatht.
Arts to \
L."'. non-commissioned officer the United States, since the 3d day of ,
-r." 2:..f.:1 .: every suniving I In whereof I have .
testimony ,
''. -: ,.;! Events 4.yc. fyc. fyc. musician, or private, in said army, who March, 1828, the sum of--dollars, paidto hereunto: ui'l" ;'
Surttt&tf. I set hand, and affixed .. ;;' '"tf'
* > my dIe ''
: .) the 5th inst. a PRINTED BY GEORGE P. MORRIS. enlisted therein for and during the war, me by he Agent f.r paying pensionsin of the said Court this : Iea i
[L. s.] ""';'"
'iit rii* : Negro boy, who callsJ7' I and continued in ''Its servce: until its termination the State of -] --dayof *.'!i.,:..
in the '
"*1.'.i"rttw'f. '.. hiiseIf.I "Here shall\ voting genius wing his Eagle flifjl't, und thereby became entitled toreceive [Signed) --, year --. 09'...<

::t!..-,:)1'0':: "Rich Dew-drops shaking from his plumes ot a reward eighty dollars, undera Before me, [here insert, Justice [Signed] ""..',, "."' ...':,"
16 lw.
William White 2m \i
f"'W i Light. ____. 'U resolve of Congress, passed May fifteenth ef the Peace, or other_ Magistrate i duly --.- t {: 7f;

l r.oI'. ,.. FTHaE SIXTH VOLUME of the Mirror was seventeen hundred and seventy- empowered to administer otU: s,] in the C 0.,11. U E R CLIL H 1)'l'EL.T r. j; ...
-, "..XI : says he is twenty-one years old, about five JL commenced the TWELFTH DAY shall be entitled to receive his Kill county of-, in the State of -, per. ..:i' 't
..1 :: on eight, f
'. House ; :\:
, feet four five inches lately occupied :
C or
E iIIl' ., high, a scar this and by Maj> .
of day, -, -
r.:j JULY As the, plan of embellishingthis monthly pay in said service, out any sonally appeared, THOMAS WRIGHT I'
.('Lj' on his left hand, and says he did belongto publication: with appropnat engravings t money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated of the said county, who did, severally, was epened on .
the 16th of the
the by
a by name Subscribe
.: I!. person Sandy King. is understood and believed to be altogether ; to begin on the third day of' make oath, that --, by whom the fore- who ) solicits share
respectfully a of !
}1 .c."t. -GeorgiaIndian Sprjn sand now deceased the
,..,"..}.. it the most acceptable, and correspond March, one thousand eight hundred and I going declaration was subscribed i is gene- ,' -,4t'
, ...... Said Negro ran away about a month since tronage of the Public. All, which the j lo.
. .. the refinements and continue during his rally reputed and believed to have beenan
,' I"" from the heirs ofthe deceased better ith of twenty-six, to calities afford, shall oe studiously
and made provided
. the i'i natural life That nu non. Officer in the Army of the Revolution,
. his way to this City. society, and* improvements the : Provided, nnd every attention devoted to the quiet aad
'.. It than other it will'be ad- commissioned officer musician or private iu manner as therein stated.
' 'oJ" d'" I public taste, any comfort of those who will favour the U

...I' ..... ''I."1:.t.t1' F. I\ Commyns. hered to. The generous patronage be in said: army, who is now on the Witness my hand.this day of-, with a pI eference. we '

.I: .,:...r.. Pensacola, July 1st, 182816lf.tEA81'ORg8 stowed upon the work, added to numerous pension list of the United States, shall bQ in the year An excellent Billiard Table, attached

'!!I)I.h I..;'.;...-,4:.. evidences of liberal sentiments and entitled to the benefits ufthis act. {Signed] the establishment, occupying a separate to *

'':'( ::. &c. kind feelings, emanating from persons or Sec. 4. Jlnd be it further enacted, That I, -, Clerk ot the Court of the County building will contribute to amusement,with.

..pt. ... ..! ''.:' Subscriber has just received per both sexes, who are aiike distinguished the pay allowed by this act shall, under of -, in the State of -, do hereby out interferiug with the good order and '

.itI.!;'4-:'f .....\...a.,;; THE from New Orleans,-making for their attainments in polite titeratuie, the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury certify, that -, before whom the foregoing quiet of the House, and private parties call

f"O!:'1";..., ..;t his assortment of Sea Stern very aud for their knowledge of the fine arts. be paid to the Officer or Soldier en- affidavits were worn, was, at the be always accommodated with a distinct

" ''''.:.I... I. incentives to the titled theirauthorized attor time a here insert Justice of the-
I;.1 ..'..... complete : are powerful most persevering thereto or to [ sitting room.
"'.;..: .i'...;;, Macaroni, in baskets eflurts to deserve reward and ney, at IiUCtl places ana days as the Secrttary Peace, or other Magistrate, duly empowered There is on the premises. one of ih best |

:"I'...... .c...:.. Vermicelli in boxes distinction so gratifying.We may direct ; and that no foreign to administer oaths] and duly empowered Stables in the place, where Horse t.allbe

"..:....'I':"',.-.1..1 0 '.I Gruyere cheese are greatly flattered both with the Officer shall be entitled to said pay ; nor to administer oaths.In strictly: attended to

'.N., ,.t.\,.' .r Patte grasse do. number and character ot cur readers and. shall any Officer or Soldier receive the testimony whereof, I have hereunto JoaN GANIEt.!

., ':4'r..:..:.. ..It...., Raisins, Prunes, Almonds correspondents.! We could enumerate : same, until he furnish to said Secretary Set my hand, and affixed the seal ..

::;'1 'r;."..:t'tI Champaigne Wine many who rank amon!{' the! firsi in our i I I' satisfactory evidence that he is entitled to EL.s.1 of the said court, this day TEa: :11: s. %;

of''.,,,:.L...... .:.;:; :1!, Family FJour country for genius and learning, and it I the same, in conformity to the provisions of-, in the year Board per :Month, $ 25

"..'.fl,7iR.,. :; .ra;. Do do halfbbls. shall be our pride and pleasure to furnish I. of this act; Sc the pay allowed by this act [Signed] Day Boarders, 20 r4'sc

.4..! .. .:.. .1; Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Pork them With a work which shall continue to shall) not in any! Way be transferable! or ( B.) Dinner 75Brea'kfast '.' '

... ...''.'"o.r.t'to: t..t. Mackerel, No. J, and No. 2- merit thtir protection and favotir. Independently liable to attachment, levy or seizure, by Form of a Declaration to be made by the or SupperHorses 37! 3,

., ,i"4t.:4 T :!: t Superior Gosh{n Butter of the voluntaiy aid, so generously any legal process whatever, b'ut shall I JVon-commiaiiioned Officers, .UU81CicUl per day 1 25 ,
;.''s,....I.!,.It..t;.:.,, Best Cincinnati covered<< Hams bestowed, and so very acceptable, enure wholly toht: personal benefit ot and Privates. per month 20. 1

".',.''''. .,."?.'." ( Middling Bacon, &c. we take the opportunity of saying, that the UiBcer or Soldier entitled to the same For the purpose of obtaining the bene- r Pen?acoJa. February 20t'>. IS 8 -4S ti

.'.:':.,..h"'.t-i-' rp... Julius Pescay. we have engaged the pen of several by this act, fit of'An act for the relief certain surviving F. 11. NI-BEI} I

;..f. .;: : gentlemen who are well known III the officers and soldiers of the of ,
:?$ 'I.. :IPenaacola, 36th. Sec. 5. Jlridls farther enacted, Thatso Army leave
Feby.I828-5Ot. inform
to his
.. Friends and
: ? t..ji: ,,;; literary woId, and whose productions much of said pay as accrued by the the Revolution," approved on the 15th BEGS ,,
r. I-.. Customers, that he ;
.i.-..:. ,",','. LAND AGENCY. are persuaded, wiV impart new spirit to I provisions of this act, before the third day may, 1828, I -, of-, in the county commenced business nas re. i' '
.4. : at his Old Stan
... the future pages t rthe work. We, therefore of .March hundred and of the State of do .
f'4 i .':J subscribers have opened of- : eighteen twentyeightst in -, bereby where he
THK an has for sale a
;":i_.l1a. ...; :..i for the purchase and sale of I feel the fullest confidence in stating >al| be paid to the Officers and declare) that I enlisted in the ContinentalLine ment ofFresh very good .. .

:;.'.,::.-.r.. ...' Lands, at St Augustine in the house formerly i that our Succ.uHng'uhtlilCS will stirpas's Soldiers entitled to the same, as soon as of the Army of the Revolution, for I ..'.
.." 'lo'"I';.'.'.I", '.&,. occupied by Col.! Perrault, at the i those which have preceded them. may be, in the manner anu'under the provisions and during the war, and continued in its Seasonable Good,

,,''. !'" "' '! south west corner of the public square, I We beg to remind the Leader, that the before Mentioned ; and the pay I service until its termination ; at which Received by the latest arrivals from Net

' I..... 'III'.. where persons desirous to accomplish either I copperplate engravings-which arc ot'a which shall accrue after :said *!ay, shall be i period I was a (Sergeant, Corporal, Musician York and Philadelphia.

t.: t." .', superior kind, and ol the full: quarto size- paid in like mlumcr,-'Qlld : Private the be,
:.f",I'I..".' .. purchase or sales of real estate, are semi-annually, or as case may ] m I :3J$ anJl1- Point Blankets
,'q.',.;. r.:. ..... requested to leave their commands. are drawn and executed by our most under the &amr provisionsA. Captain -'s Company, in the- regiment 7-4 and 8-4 Striped Duffield Blankets

L ..::10"" ..';\f.,.... '.,. A long residence in the Territory of skillful a.lists, exp'-esi>ly for this work, and STEVENSON, 'I of the --- line. And 1 also declare 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney da

r' .,....'...,..:.'100' Florida, has enabled the subscribers 10 cannot be procured in uny ohtr. Speaker of the House ot Representatives. that afterwards received a certificate 3 bales White & Drab Flushings

1;".. oIc't. .',.,/..T..I, become intimately acquainted with nearly Taking mto view (the number of valuable .L SMITH, '. for the reward ofeiehty dollars, to i Blue and black imperial cloth ; blue
f. .W' .' !: p.'dte.s.the quantity 01 matter contained Prr.siiTent of the Senate which I entitled under resolve of
,i' ':'it..:,"I all the individual claims to land:!, in thi' pro tempore. was a I <.nd mixt cassimeres ; satinetts, asgorteJ -

.''( I..'..... _.. district, as well as to their titles, locutior.s, in the Mirror, added to the quality of the I' Approved-lntli Way 1828.JOHN Congress, passed the 15th of May', 1778. ; super super and common fancy

',.1.It... ...:.1'4........n..;"...,...... qualities, and relative value.: And the increasing paper and the general st) Ie of the execution i QUINcY ADAMS.THKASIJMI _\nr11 further declare, that I was noton prints; 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens ; Irish
J.' '. it is oy far the cheapeut pubhca- the fifteenth day of March, 1828, on the
.:. & :;:L..ltt : applications made for information DEl .TMENT: > lawns ; dimities, ; super 6-4 fancy ging.
.. from of the United Stales In the United States. \\ orkb ala siullhtr 28 Ib28.5 Pension List of the United States. hams white 'fI \.
,r every part f.Iaj ; yellow, red and green flannels ,, .
.t" ...; character published in Grc.it Britain although ...
r'I,.I.o.!. more especially, respecting sugar estates, ; The Act for the relief nt certain [Signed] I ; black and colored bombazctts. '* ''
.1 .....',".!",:.,, has induced them to believe, that an establishment bountifully supported, are much snrviving Officers and Soldiers of the Before me, -, (here insert either printed bombuzetts and Salisbury flan- :t..t< "

.'......:I.'t.;............ of this kind, could be rendered I more expensive ; in nrany ins'anct-s, the webelieve devolutionapproved on the 15ih day .,Justice of the peace or other Magistrate, nets ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton balls; I "
to.,....'.. -",', : useful to the public.All they amount to nearly ot May, 1828, lot"whlela the foregoing is a duly empowered to administer oaths,] in beaverteens, linen cambrics ; caiibriciidkts '.

.f.. 1'".:.'.. ':"': orders directed them, for copiesof price of this journal. copy.) will be 'c rried into etiect under tile County ol i- in the State of-, ; Barogehdkfu; black Italian crape; I ..- '.

'j,,.. ..t...'.", "'. surveys, maps or plans,as well as other To those who may wish more fully to personally appeared, this: day, -, and flounced robes do nets A-"
following regulations : ,
; gingham spider
"';f understand the character: of the work and .. ,. ),, :
,: information, on the above subject, will be -- -, of the said county who did severally threads anil! :.
.,,"," 'It..' '. to commence their subscriptions on the Fact Juicer ClallOlIIgunder the act, patent Russia diapers, plain ";III,r'S *,'
"r ':-I It furnished without delay. Letters, postpaid of will transmit to the Secretary of the make oath that -, by whom the figured book muslins, Madras and Brit )., :
:: directed to the Land Agency, St. opening a SEW VOLD.VE, perhaps it is declaration foregoing declaration '?; subscribed, is '.an'u hdkts. 'J ,
Treasury a according to the comp'y flags, figured crape
.t i/; ; receive due proper to say, that amo-g \anety of o- and ,
: .IluSLilrintiI1 attention. generally reputed believed to have :
. ...'.. ... \her it tovm hereunto annexed marked A. and dresses ; white, brown and mixed cotton
subjects, embraces tile followingOBIOIML
: been
7. ... JOHN LEE WI an officer in the Army of'the Revo- and
t L1AMS: each iton-comwifsionrd Officer, Musician, iialf hose ; white and mixed worsted
4 p .. MOHAL TALES-either fictitious : ution
. WILLIAM II. SIMMONS and Private the form mark. m.u.ner therein stated. lamb' wool do fine laiiieJ
)'. .. according iu ; linen hose,
,; or founded n events of real life, in '
o. ... .. FRANCiS J. FATIO. ed B the oarh of Witness my hand, this- day of white and
[ t j. ...r .. the United States of America. accompanied by two re- in black cotton do., lead, slate
t,.',, .,'. Dec. 27th, 1827.44tf REVIEWS-of publications Foreign and spectuhle witnesses as to his identity. i year and black worsted do. plain and cambiet

. ,.foo.. .." References; Domestic. which oith is to he taken beforeaJusticeif [Signed) cloaks, furniture check, bed-ticking superfine

; \t.: Col. Jos. M. Ythite, ORIGINAL ESSAYS literature morals ( the Peace, or other Magistrate, duly I, -, Clerk of the Court of the County cotton shirting, oil I cloths, black
-on ,
: :- t empowered to administer oaths in the of -, in the.State of-, do certify bombazines belt ribbon black and
.-..' Delegate ro'r) Florida, travels American fancy '
voyages, antiquities that '
I .. Mr. Henry S. Tanner, Philadelphia, the fine arts, &c. State or errtory in which he resides, -, before whom the foregoing affidavits white satin and mantua do.,S-i Irish shirt ?

Doctor Brush, New York, and authenticated under the seal of the were sworn, was, at the time, a- .ngS.4 danask, brown linens;super-hact
FEMALE CUJ.R.1c'uR-educalion ..
Bernard! E. Bee, Charleston, and dicss.AMEHICANT Court of the Count)' in which the oath -; [Justice: of the Peace, or as the case and white, plaid and striped! I, Baptiste;
Mr. JaiL es Williams.! Baltimore. BIOGRAPHY historicalsketchts was administered, us shown in the said may bee] and duly empowered to adminis.ter I printed shawls and hdkfs ; printed Waterloo

forms. oaths. shawlsfancy silk dresses,nuns thread,
-, t of the lives of such persons, of I In whereof I have hereunto .4..k .
So xroi or 1GNOLI& testimony 'men gloves, linen tapes, Russia shirtlnmiU'd .4
i.4- both sexes, as have become celebrated Each Officer will also transmit his corn. set hand, and affixed the seal of
r in the I my drab cloth; blue, & red strouds, &C.
), LOTS offered new for sale.Town of Magnolia for their heroism, virtue,fortitude, talents, mission, it in existence and attainable, and (t.. s ] the said court, this -day 'of ALSO,

:i' r This place is patriotism, &c.LITERARY each noncommi'sslnnefficer Musician I in the .
:If : tituated 8 miles from Fort St. Marks year 4 cases saddlery, assorted i.k
; L !.> on 'INTELLIGENCE: notices of and Private, his which documents
! discharge, [Signed]
' 't" 9 i
': ..!t ". the St. Marks' riv r and 15 from cases Brewater's hats, assorted quilt
: ." Tallahas
.. .
' i.j':,I.,,"t, .. new publication's.THE after being registered, will be (C.) ties i
'' see. The river be
navigated to the
:: -
DRJ.J\u-comprising strictures returned. If the commission
ri' /"" Town by vessels drawing 8 feet water. York on or discharge Form of a Power of Attorney. 5 trunks fine ready made clothing j
'OJ' ." the Ntw- "tage. has been lost or destroyed, he will trans j '
'to." Il.tI I'.. *.;; The situation it nigh, dry and healthy ; DtsULTORT SELVTIONS-With: occasional mit such other evidence as he Know all Men by these Presents, that 12 trunks ladies' and gentlemens' boots j

'f. ..;1 f it has two Sulphur Springs in the vicinity, remarks.; may possessor I, -, of-, in the county of -, 1': i and shoes ;
,. can obtain corroborative of the state 'f
'tI: one of which is only 200 yards from the the State of- do hereby constituteand Childrens and boys' hoes; brogans,&,- .
! .I : lf1CDOTES-humorcus historical ments set forth in his declaration. '
literary, : I
:t Public said true and Soal leather, calfskins shoe thread ;
;: ,. Square. They are to possess appoint my lawfuj attorney '
.I.",h &c.i'Assiio. ;
. o" ....:L ';.1 r great medical qualities.Forfurtherinformation. EVENTS If the evidence transmitted, taken in with a power of substitution, for 25 keg Virginia Tobacco j '

Ii' )'T. ,... of Terms &c. OP TUS TIMES. connexion with that afforded by the pub. me, and in my name, to receive from: the 5 boxes superior cavendish do. :

: !t::1! apply to J. G and N. Hamlen, St. Marks, PoiTnT'-onginal and selected ; lie record3 at Washington, be found satisfactory United States tbe amount of pay now dueto Hardware, $'c. !

4 If'!.: I or Augustus Steele, Tallahassee.St Together with many other miscellaneous the amount of tvo years' full pay, me, under the act for the relief of certain Pen pocket, and desk.

11. ; :''' Marks 10th August, 1827-24.--1< subjects, which it would be unnecessary at the rate to which the Officer or Soldierwas surviving officers and ldiers of the nives knives sportsmen waiter* :*.'2 and forks
!: entitled ; carvers,
.I ; :::t! now to enumerate. according his rank in the revolutiona' prove 15th May,1826,[1828] snuf
; .. .,"i: Madeira Wines Cordials line, at the close of the iid: trays ; Henning's best needles,
a '... Sfc. war, or at the time as a -in the- regiment of the ,
" Oo't; Having procured a new font of type for of his tN and trays, plated spectacle j|
. ,! I (as the caSe be but line of the of spurs
the Revolution.
\'Lt .t : Schr. Orleans from may ) I
: army :
per the
we shall cuf f frier's
; purpose occasionally : er'8 tools shoemaker's and
RECEIVED present in instiince fcarpen !:11
, "11. ,""".,... no exceeding the full'pay ofa Witness my hand and sent, this .::..-
., readers with I
our such shovel f
:.: I. NEW PIECES OF wu Captain of the Continental do., stock locks, padlocks, \
ti:" Line will be
; day of in the
; :'t Old London Particular -, -
;'w'.I'..m I, ..'.4.?: cases superior:Madeira sic as may dtserve, on account of the transmitted to him, at the place of his residence Sealed and delivered year in ? -'lid tongs, kettles, saute pans, ,otfo* .|

I "; :-.t"j.o. me. beamy ot tlneir composition, to be preserved ,, after deducting therefrom the ,;rds, &c. &c.
-" t Old Port Wine. the pretence oj 5
tJ".. in our We conclude
pages. by PensacotDec. 1827-38-1f.
amount of 7th,
.. I any pension which he .
'' 10 u may [Signed] [I..
;"11 '::' '" J: Cherry Brandy, Superior. remarking, that so far as we have command have received s.] -
: from
[ the
, :': 20 "' Cordials first assorted in tKitcd States Before me,-. a Justice of the Peace ptf
,' Jr. quality of means, the Mirror shall be madeto since the 3rd of HE Subscriber has just received
the sales 1 doz. each. day March, 1826. He in the county of_ in the State of-, <)' s
similar New
i Ji I equal to any periodical in Eu may, however, authorize other Elizabeth, Forsyth, from
: 10 Wine Bitten. any personto personally appeared,this day,-, whose leans, a assortment of Grocrries.
3t'4' receive it for him very large
.:'j ,.tt. .. 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. ; in which case, he name is subscribed to the foregoing '
; lot
. : rope.CONDITIONS. will power He offers in addition to his |
. ." ,..'\,. '..Jt, 3 Barrels Cherry Bounce. execute a power of attorney, accord. of attorney, and acknowledged the {.
1 stock
i1. ing to the annexed form :- -
; 6 Half Bbis. Anniseed, Peppermint The MiHROff i is marked C,which game to be his act and deed. 1 C".w
. of
i published every Saturday must be acknowledged before a Justice Champaigne Wine,jn Baskets I
.. I ,, anti Cinnamon Cordials. for the proprietor by Daniel Fan- of the Peace; or other Magistrate, and my hand, this day of- each, warranted superiordo. ;

( i For Sale by shw at No. 163 William-street. It is authenticated under the seal of the Courtof intheycar' Brandy of 1820. i
\ 4' printed In the royal quarto form, on finc the in the S Zante Currants
} H. County I
: NUbeUPensacola. with same manner as is I, Clerk of the Court of the County -

i Dec. 20. 1827 paper. bourgeois and brevier type. already .prescribed in regard to declara- of-, in the State of_-, do hereby PoncbongTeaPrunes
Fifty-two numbers complete a volume tions. But no payment will be made very fresh
to certify, that --, befoie whom the foregoing -
S\1GAR l\Ol\j"ER8. offour hundred and sixteen royal quarto any such attorney, until he has made power of attorney was acknowledged Raisins M ,
pages, for *Inch an ELEGANT :ENOIIAVZDviu3ITr oath, the Almonds ,
to annexed
according form k
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a Justice ofthe
1 / l H E subscriber has for sale,a few pair }; Peace.In .
1 T1TLE-PASK, tllld a copiOus lJ) that the which he is authorised to Medoc Claret of 1820
; Sugar Boilers, as a sample from the dex are given. cieve is pay intended to enure wholly to the re- testimony whereof, I hare hereunto Tuscatloos.i. Rye Whiskey I
set hand and affixed the seali.
f Zhiianfactory,and can iupply any quantityto Toe terms are FOUB personal benefit of the Officer or Soldier of my Goshen Butter |
tuft order. F H NlSBET.Peinacoli. DOLLABS/TCP annum. [ a.) the said conrt, this day of I
whose do. Cheese
DATABLE1> ADVANCE.It attorney he ;is. I
in t b
Dec. 7% 182T38'fPRINTI : His year -* Beef.in i bbls. for family use .- {
is forwarded by the earliest mails- requested that all letters to the

44 unless otherwise directed to all subscnb Secretary of the Treasury,on the sublets, AffidaJio( With an additional supply of Dry GoW**( *
0, be Form oj 4c taken by At Hard ware, Glass ware & Queens W C
endorsed the
: may
ers residifyj.beyondtljt City of New York.HT on cover, "Revolu '.
.li uciqd with neatness and despatch Subscriptions received at the Office tionary Claims." torneys. Sold Low for CcA.

at this Before me. -- a Justice of the Peace, J. Pes cay. i
offict. of the l.cnsa ula Gazette. Richard Rush
in the county of--H in txcf-- of l' ns *:f'lb.! Jan llth, 1828. $



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