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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 12, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
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; : --.--- PP NC.ICOL TUESDAY A L'GUST 12th, 1828. (Open to all parties : influenced by none.) No. 22,
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.___I____ ....------.---r.- --- -- tfd States--- -of America, in--Congress- ---- I twenty dollars, each, two thousand i id feelings, but rather be allowed to
Fe>;r.satin VTCKKI.V, BT.Vi'M twontv cro, James PI'brr nurn'r i I ,llars. live a single life turned deaf
they a
Cesar Wallace assembled, Tli! it the following sum ,
ill\1T & r r ARnII'r.: 1'! twenty f f ur ; he appropriated, to be paid out of For cost of emigration of five hun ear. Winona, had at all times enjoyed -
four and fift six John !
PI.t,i nftln l.-t.fat/t.',r ('1';t ff V7.V.cxd .- p'.tmbcr thirty > ; any money in the Treasury not otherwise dred, at ten dollars each, five thou- a greater share in the affections of
number
lIJ .I.f Ttrftorii, of PhfXa.TOUIl i l'ntjoaiory junior, sixty appiopriated, for the objects suul dollar her family, and she had been indulgedmore
Trickel} number
I I nine and) Knv-umrl ,
; fifc.'n than : usual with females
For
for *
follow:, viz provisions a year, among
1'1't;1s. I!! which rl-tims ( :;?, :
bumlrrd
two thirty one; : the ; *,ho'iand dollars Indian Being a favorite with her
; of
For the sum
DOI.I.KS ill \.1\a'''-'' : if until it i is ascertained | !payment
perl'.nuul
Itt '/WII' :- 5 .<"...n- !f>\ minim, I'lVl" ,, are suspended situated within tile II lated bv the sixth article of the S'ipn-j For ten dollars for each emigrant, brothers, they expressed a wish that

i OvJLl.ARS will I tip rrfj'nrfd.C"3 I whether they are claimed the of the! fifth of August, one thousand as provided for by the eighth article her consent to this union should be
of lends by
.\ 'vrrtirrrr.or.t.IHKM-'*'*] CPCI'iruiijs'v itOK limits! the I hundred and six with of the aforesaid tn atv, five thousand: obtained by persuasive means, rather
eight twenty ,
IW *
: DOLLAR f.-r etpn f it--n Cl.d.p! Indtinc.Sec. .
t'-tlv tlr-t tn..rl". .-.. :tII11'JFTCfYf'5! i 2. And he farther enacted, : the Chipper/a; tribe of Indians: one I dollars.For than that she should be compelled to
} .1 pr'i v iitmuvnp-I.1n'r aura in pro- i thousand dollars.! i Captain John Rogers as provided it against her inclination. With a viewto
; That the confiiimtinns made !5'y his
,".,Ift .HI. !I the tenth article five remove some of her
foby objections
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and
ALL KINDS OF7HKrriLV i I act shill not be construed to extf'nd | For paying the annuity providing i I
hundred collars. they took means to provide for her
1 t'rr. I''I''I'cJ further than relinquNhmoni of ti- j the moans of education, stipulated -
q) 1.'f.r p to a
'rl' .., For the in of running future maintenance, and presented to
J.J !)'A..t """'-> -t tie the of the United States, | bv the third article of the treaty expense part:
nnr.ivFD "if) "V-.ATM' Ex.-I and on the claims part hereby confirmed shrill, with the Potawatima tribe of Indians the t ound-iry lines, as }provided for b} he warrior all that in their simple
THE ''G.IZETTL': OKFICK, .AT I dol- mode of Indian
"L'rEII..t.T i the third article two thousand living an might covet.
,de the sixteenth of October
THt IIWF."T PKlCtfs THAT ARf CllAHfJED'ATA.M i lp located) under the direction of the nv one 1
About that time formedto
lars. a party was
OFFICE iN Tilt. SoUTHEH.N' r.\lT !. Register and) Receiver of the proper thousand eight hundred and twentysix
l"SIO"" four thousand dollars. Appro\ed-24th May, 1828. ascend from the village to Lake
mTHE Laud Ottice in with theregal ,
-0- conformity I -- .. in order! inI of
_J. "":_ ----.- Pepin to liv store
For blacksmith and -- --- -
supporting a
of '
subdivisions: the public surveys -
tie Unitedv frt: the blue clay which is found its
f.nirs. of I I I Ii)1' I; so fir as practicable, and shall miller, and also the furnishing one D a'QllI : 2J upon
banks and which
used the Indians

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include the improvements of the hundred and sixty bushels of salt, inconformrw
IUTi1UK1'TY.M .
: j I ns a pi,ml"m.Vinona and herfrlent's
claimants! rcsperiiiely.Approved with the aforesaid article,
.:,*' :<,... >KV//"( & ..}- .,',..* ore thousand five hundred and weir o'-the' company. It wagon
< .. 2-lih 1S23. twenty
.>w, *....-. .. / .-- I } May, I Ie
1'to ;
: that visited
/.. ' ; very day they tho
:.! .rlt &l''t'.. .c..1.
.. :- dollars.
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-AiL... !' '., ..
.. ---v. I PtTMC0.. OG. i Ink", that her brothers offered their
.c ... =-- [ ] For the payment! of the annuitystiPuhltecl ,
b.... ; k ./ .. .:;...t",.. I I i I An ?.rt .*'!jlm"i-'ir.ark' to tie, <( vein* nets I II r pr-"Sfni- to the warrior. Encouraged
.. ) ; "n.t i:1 fcrtlt I .snllt i I !by the fourth alto Ip of tht I I lit... t,.. : JJ.._
'1 ".: ,j ;: "';: .ji'.j.sinunt; 01 iI hey ', O(X Ck >n % M2 01 iB'-Uilf sue
Jfi: I\ with the Miami tribe! of Indi .n.., :
'. treaty !
't! ('I,1,1! 'if State nt Mi vtvppif \\ .lh the same ill success. Vexed at
; // it nrc'ed by the Srnvlc andIlcufc made' the twenty third d..) of Oc.o- what they deemed an unjustifiable
Itrlll! f 'the United ber, one thousand e''jht; hundred am!
:\ I of Rc'i'fit.itir.s of :
obstinacy on her her
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., (\\ -.;. I /Vom the Christian Exnminrr. part, parents re-
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f t'"' : States oj America: in Congress twenty six, for the r verirone ttJlJ"1nd Reir.einl'er now tl-v/ (':...':ttnr III the da. !> or the. | rnonstrftter! in strong! language, and

[PuBtir.t.. 4.= 'I (:;Sfil II I:,}, Tliat tht': r! *:ma-t.s! ofliii.ls eijb, hundred! and t ivreniy ei c ht, thirty vtitii.. .'' i even used threats to compel her into

A1art: to a<:tj*<-'* r.the L t ,i..tal...' r.r }: ); l viihin that I jinn of the limits of tho i-"ind: dollars. 0 harpy! rrpotll'r. on whose; ; brow th'diel1reV ell'," snid Winona",
'J'he lijjht of vi'ii'h abed,
S'..te of Idar.i, t't sell tI'.l' lair!* hcc! i upland tlisl-irt of J.rkcor Court For tl'e! delivery: of two :Jol1 ;]nc1 i< '
O'er uho-e- pi i hd p.vh 11":: & early flowers "you will drive me to despair ; I
'I\I.l?+'t' ;.prrriatf th.t State. I i House, I ; ippi, lo plowing hesutv spread I said I loved him not, I could not livo
lIe marled it bi> tic S'-Utl ntd..I! n slorihe: 31.-t: \t"\ L.: of "N-: rtb: lat, ic\f t st'i( one thousiud: ,pounds! of tobacco I Poi ::ei n : ar.d] t for the em.ioy; merit of 1.1I Aronmi that ioliieii: light'
han been
1f'" I{ whose: cUiins prueiited loj den but will not let You
; you me.
/i"rr'no.1 JtfKrrfrutatiirT\fftr.\ : fH- I Ant liug'-il those opening! buds of hope
Cotnil-sioners 1 borers, ':iu conf<,r-iJil\' of the said 'fomtharticle
Anrr'tra j the I appointed to rereive With hues n sonly bright ay you lore me ; that you are
/t'/ >V///5 II,( :: f 'ingress .i ; > ; my
miJ esamiue claims: and titles; to of the snd;:, tl eityone thousand ..irrtr
Pint uiatefiil IIU father
of : : to firm brothers relations
fl.- r'OefTb.it the L -r.--iure; ) I my my yet
I )", of J 'I Court one hundred dollars.! Tun -.irlaiiils ol Itte's glorious Spring.
the :SPite of Indi.ma! shjill be, nr.d is s j lads: : Ii: paid } -Inrt .1( ": on you have driven from me the only

autr.nriiod sell and i House, or to thl' Renter J'n-1 Rejoeiver Fur the C'lr1Port* i 1)1'tile poor and infirm t i man -vith whom I wished to'be.united ;
hereby, to convoyin i of the Lund Office at Javksou atd: tb% education, ot the youth, | 'rr lOa tempted onp just entering'j i have him withdraw
to
compelled
tVn simple; all, or any: par, ()l'the i Upon eiiclianted e-rouod.t. you
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of tie! s-,,(! iribiof ludi.cis, uu.iertbe
1 Court iLiu lands heretofore reserved! nr.ci t Appropriated i Ten thousand mares are spread for thee, village ; now
by Congress far: the um uf:1chu's | crs under the\ provision1- tlio! :I-M ot (I sixth article of the said treaty, two I I"I'rn '!iOllSq.h I foes sm round. ranges through the forest, with no one
the third of March li.o.iir.d -ijbthuudred thousand: dollars. i A ttIktnd a deceitful hand,
oie ( assist him
wi bin said; Siaicmd: to in"st I to none to spread hi3
For carrying into efT'ct the l.'pon: MIV. pain the' louerJ -
-fi the sole I ;)nd nineteen, entiile l "Anic II treatv blanket, none to build his lodge, noneto
the arising
money t1'r I J, : r aor Irene! own unaideft strength
'II"till the cli'mK: i <'I 1 .n.Uf'Jiiii with the Creek N ,iti.MJ of Indians, wait him he the
lor a rlj :
g was
thereof' : ii some po! !lrrive f.irv!, the J ; 'In gate thee from their power : upon ; yet
proceeds of which shall lie forever: esfablisbinii Laud OlJo! < in t In' concluded lie fifteenth of November, I| Clln:; _, cliiii: to Him, w ho;e miirnty; arm man of my choice. Is this your love?
I !luf New Or- one t thoiiN.ind eiijiit hmuir-'d: and twen- t A.JII! shield soul float 11:11 .
apt;iled, under the direction ('f said i District Cast of the Islar.: !- can thy in.i But it appears that even this is not .

I1 '< i,hIture for 'lilt uand / li: ::JSM, and which h.ive not been rctiort -- 't;y seven, foity eyt'ii tioM! <;;:and tilt- I enough ; you would have me rejoice
( support !I ,'d to Cougres', or vvl'tse cl..ins I liund'ed and! ) twenty nirn; roll.t! :ro::. .I T1j.Hf.*)i.P yet IJ.'i_: !" and joyous' eye in his absence ; wish rar to unite
cf schouU! within} the several 1 townships ( you
; Must soon he dimmed with rail,
iiavc not been heretofore nied to i i To the Tborutou p.uiv of MiamiIiiu with another whom 1 do
and districts elf countr)' fira'hici: !: J prei To wrmr.i the hour of lifterripssM. man, one
they were originally reserved and set I ,.lid C'Miinii>sioners: or to the l l' "ji i'I i- 1 !;.ins} liv virtue of the second ;ufcle \ come in coming years- not love, with whom I never' can be
Receiver actin C/tMiun; of a tn-iy! made witb them on 11.! .> That'll ailv fonfitliii ?
OI'rind ;! > ;- r eye It 1'IlY. iuiu this is \ uur lo'n', let
and for iioothrr( use or : .
opart: purpos"whatsoever .
J'rwided said land t Si:1 IS, or whose taints I have b;>enupon eleventh of Fi.-btu.iry, one thousand: I t Tit rc" the rlncriy screen. it be so ; but soon you will have neither -
: or To wneie. above HIP stonnof life,
':I'.t'l.J !but ad iiMomlvd I :: ": ci: eight hundred] and twnitv eiai:5 l:: nt I daughter, nor sister, nor relation
rart thereof, shall, in no cafe, be I E'l'rnall\. >.t>n-liP.
.sold rtiy without the consent of the inhabtnr.ts ; I .t'i!dcf'd, be a'.loxve'i! until: :.he' I sirt:: d.u-' 1 her yal)..'lt vil'-jfje- for ;nod, riej A I I'.ithrr's ;love is n.'nmi'ij:: !)ri i !!it; to torment with your false professionsof

district I; II} .T, ,HWlrone,, t I':: e i';ht 1}unI I j livrrod-'I'd, : to be (i.iivered; HS provided A rdfiier's mile still sheds its light. ;itP'Ction." As she uttered these
of suet
: : tu\yn>hip, or t
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to b obtait t'd in snrh mar.: r or ns the I drpiWE'Ilh' tune, to pn.'i! (!M-ir ti- I 11)1l l by; the second articl, of the i words, she withdrew, and her parents,
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Legislature of raid ,..'' 'ate shall 1'by J tl-'s ana claims and the e' id--iro in >;i"ul l treaty, te:i thous-ind! dollars.!= O Mrn ro die the path of flowrs heedless of her complaints, decreed
Thou dost exulting tead!,
support of the same, I lo the np i istevlir.d I For building! t\vt-lvo houses, cl-nr- that that very day Winona should be
direct / nrccidcd alsoThiJtin j !
1 iw. : ;?:: I.c-dc 1 to the I die'iiy rptichl''FTni1
the; of the : I Receiver ol the L.-ui l'.Mici-, t ii2 ;inu fencm.ir; t forty ace>-s oi'hnd I ,., "ilrrictof the dead united to the warrior. While all
apportioninen lrtcert'Sof
Court House in tie Snte ofMississippi for furnishing oxen, l lihorer..*, But it fiom love
snid: fund, carla toxvnsbip and district j Jackson wagon youth thy piiit's were engaged in busy preparationsfor
aioreaid siai! he emitted to such whose powers and d.i'ie.s I provisions, horses and saddles, and! H-itti to thv burl h'-en given the festival f she wound her way

part tiiereof and no mote ?s shall 'I' in relation to the same, shall, in all respects -I bridles, HS stipulated for by same: ar- i Daih's Tie! laili.nu icy hands gates will:of opp heavenTf.rre. for thee slowly to the top of the\ hill ; when

be roverucd in the provisions tide of said treaty: five thousand: four she had reached the summit she call
.
gave accrued fro.: the( !sum or sums } *;;imrnorral joys divine! ,
of monrvr.ris-ini: fionr. the sale of the of the acts before recited, and of the hundred and] eighty five dollars. I TrnMei-ond'int, endless shall be thiue.! ed out with a loud voice to her friends
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I For of and! -- ---, -
of the eiubtli of May ei'jhteeuhundred payment money gooc1. below she them for their
: ;
school )latns! beloiiL'ii'i> i to such t wn- I art !: -- -- -- -- ; upbraided

ship or district.e" and twenty* two, 'Iltitled "An I to Peter L'll bjOt as stipulated f for I \11SCELLAThe cruelty to herself and her lover.

2. And be it fjrliter erected, 1 .ict sispplnmeri'ary to the! several acisfor by the third article of said treaty: _. You," said she, were not satisfied -

Tin:, if tbe proceeds accruing to any adjusting diP claims to land, andestablsshiiiLl lour thousand dula!! i. 'he >iaiiens Lock on the with opposing my union with the

township or district, from said fund, Land Offices in I th ? District For the following( !; sums and objects, JVlississippi.A man whom 1 had chosen, you endear
of New Orleans. being necessary to into effect I vored make
shall: be insufficient for the support o' Kastof tlic: Isi.ind ** carry TU.F-from Long's Second Expedition. by deceitful words to nifr
." tie! treaty concluded on tlm ixth !I faithless to him but when foundme
schools! therein, it shall be lawful forsaid There was a time, our guide you
Sec. 2. An.i Lr it farther enacted, day: of May, one thousand oijit( hlll1- I resolved remaining single,
upon
Lcgiaatur a to invest the same, ;:Ii!J!, as we passed near the base
as is herein before directed, until the I i 1 That the said Rrcisier- and 1 Receiver i I Ii tired and twenty eight, hIH\\ eel) tits of the rock, when this spot, which you dared to threaten me, yon knew
l i shall havo to receive and exa- United States and the Clu-rokoe Nation me not if thought that I could be
whole proceeds the fund brionciu::!: i powt-r you now admire fur its untenanted you
to such township or district shall be |I mine such titlr.s and claims: and fur of Indians, West of the Mississippi I beauties, was the scene of one of the terrified into obedience ; you shall

iidequjte to the permanent maintenance II that purpose shall hold their Sessions : most melancholy transactions, that soon set how well I can defeat your

and support of school? within in Jackson Co-irt House and the In consideration of the inconvenience has ever occurred unionJ1 the Indians. designs." She then conlmenced singing -

. tt t:'_. i rlm... I I town of Shield boro::;'if. They shall and trouble of removing, as pro- I There was, in thrt village of Kt'oxa, t her 'I'rge, the light wind which

, 24th May 12S.A. : give in:;nedite notice, after the pas- vi-led! fur in the fifth article of said II I in the tribe \Vnpasha: 'iurmg ib-- t blew at tl:!" time, wafted the words

I Approved. STEVENSON;;: ,!tge of this acts of till' time; and place treaty**' fifty thousand dollars. I time that his father lived, an I rul :'il towards the spot were her friends

. eater of the house! of ItpprrstinririTrs.S.
xp SMITH: i:t from t-mc: to time= as :rav b'st suit the as provided in the same article eight whose name was Wiuona, r. Mien signifies : towards the summit of the hill to stop

President cf the Senate, ror.vffriip'ice of claimant, upon giving thou .tUd seven }hundred and sixty the first boru." She hid! !her, others to the foot of the precii -

QUIXCY pro ADAMS.trmporc.JOJIN I i due noti..<.! tbereof. And the said dollars. conceived an attachment for a young I i -e to receive her in their arms ;

Register i anil Receiver shall have power For the use of Thomas Graves, hunter! nlio reciprocated n ; they had; II while all, with tears in their eyes,

S [PuEi.ic-:\o. r:-t.1 .] :o appoint a clerk! who shall be a same article, one thousand two hundred frequently! met; :md agreed to an unionin entreated her to desist from her fatal

,\' ac: to cTtfirrn claims! lauds. in the 'on cap-ib'e' of translating the dollars. which all tit -ir hopes cent red, but I purpose ; her father promised no
J)1.lrct between H:o Honda and Sa- For the of Guess same compulsive should be resorted
French and pH1i.dl I languages, and l use George on applying to her family, thti hunter 1 I measures
!t' n1Itivcrs, founded on habitation
J n.' cultivation.it I who. shall.perform, the duty of translation I artirle, five hundred dollars. Wds surpii iscd to find himself denied, :I to. But she was resolved,

Be cnacifd by the Senate Land' ]1 and such other duly as may be j I For two thousand dollars, for ten aud his cltims superceded, by those ota 'I and as she concluded the words of her

House of. Krprcscntaiires of the UlliI I. I inquired hy the said Register and years, fur the education of their i warrior of distinction, who had sued I son!.: .. she threw herself from the nre-A a

s ted Mates of America, in Congress Receiver ; and the said Register or children, same article, twenty thousand for her. The warrior was a general cilice, and fell a lifeless corpse, near
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:of ussrmhlrd, That the claims to lands Receiver shaH bo each allowed, as a dollars. favorite uilb the Nation; he had ac- her distressed friends. ** Thus,

f. founded on habitation and cultivation! compensation for their services in relation Towards the purchase of a printing qui -" .d a name, by the services whichhe added our guide, has this spot acquired -

yr reported for confirmation by tbe Ilc- to said claims, and for the services press, and types, same article, one had rendered lo his village when a melancholy celebrity ; it is

10 be perlormed under the provisions thousand dollars. attacked the notwithstanding sun called the Maiden's Rock, andno
ii ester and Receiver of the Southwes- by Chippewas ; yet -

J1I tern District ol L 'Jis1an" in their report of the several acts to which For the compensation r proposed to all the ardour with which Indian p-isses near i it, without in-


hundred and twenty four, in conform- hundred dollars each, and the clerk within the chartered limits of Georgia which he received from bet i I i the niddv height, to contemplate the

;; J'y to the provisions i of the acts of the sum of eight hundred dollars ; for the year one thousand eight parents and brftherVinona persisted place whence this unfortunate girl

x: Congress, of the third of March, which several sums of money !shall: be hundred and twenty eight, upon the in preferring the hunter. 'I o the fell, a victim to the cruelty of her relentless -

;e- eighteen: hundred and twenty three, paid out of any money in the Treasury I supposition that five hundred may usual commendation* of her friends parents.

tt and twenty sixth of May, eighteen not otherwise appropriated : Provided emigrate within the year, that is to in favor of the warrior, she replied Old I"J17SidThe Boston Daily

hundred and twenty four, containedin That the payment of the wholeof say. : that she had:: made choice of a man, I I Adveiti publishes an inte.res.ing

4 the third class of i the report of said the aforesaid compensation shall be For Rifles, six thousand two hundred who; being a professed hunter, would I history of the frigate Constitution. It

Regiser: and Receiver be, and the withheld by the Secretary oi tho Trea- and fifty dollars. spend hip life with her, and secure to is well world peru-:in?.

"'me are hereby, confirmed, except 'sury, until a report, approved by him, For five hundred blankets, two her comfort and subsistence, ",'hilt> I frigate. Ctmstitution commonly

dam: number fjrty two, dear C&u-I shall have been made to him by said thousand five hundred dollars. the warrior would be constanllv absent i|I c.fiilci "Old! ironsi ."-On the 4th

,onment Jt' sap, and the claims of [ Register and Receiver, of the performance For five hundred kettles, one thou- intent upon martial exploits. \ nisi. ir-s tavorne and fortunate ship

Leonard Dyson, numbers fourteen i of the services herein re- sand dollars. j VV'iuona'a: expustuljtious! were, however I "nnie up mid anchored off tie: N.ivy

.nil ig1teeD.: Samuel Norris, nl1ml.ers quired. For two thousand five hundred i of no avail, ; and her parents Yn'tl.Vhcu off India Wharf she

ten and thirteen ; Btptiste: Pol.Piet Approved-24th May, 1828. pounds of tobacco, two hundred and I having succeeded in driving away her tired a national salute in honjr of the

broths: and sister,, number ninepn PUBLIC No. 57.] fifty dollars. lover, began to use hatch: measures in day.The

i Eaptt::p POrtt! : s'nior, num. I An act [ natloll" 10 in For property that may be abandoned order to compel her to unite with the return of this noble frigate to

d.. ber twenty :: iWy, S'uckmin num- tt' cdect malting certain appro I,'lian Treaties.carry' upon the estimate that of the five man of her choice. To all her entreaties the place of her nativiy, & on the 4th

?:rc( h er thirty one ; Peter Stockman, Be it enacted by the Senate and hundred, one hundred may be headsof that she should not be forced of July too, may us reckoned among

:1'n. : 10se v- \.'t F',ISonnIjm- House of Representatives of the Uni families, and have property worth I[ into an onion so repugnant to her 1 tho instances of good lack that ha3S

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I 4. .f 'of the ; fence ; the next, the laying of the First Smith both matte by Mf.Joseph
Bram
1v, tfNHiod her. She was bunch-1 The TW-i, -The Turkish ladiesare wa r-thit the posipoucment between Stone of the work which i U (10 perpetuate I at the request of the association. Mr. B. ''

i5 : ell from Hart's shipyard at the North most barbarously treated-the claim was amicably arranged I the union of the American State ; t. make I I'the on was attended by Me*!rs GeorffBOKcrs .tlt.

and slaves the two -Bos.Lit. UazGood. East and West ai one household in the &W Leaman and the ?
End, in October 1797, and is consequently fair creatures are prisoners: lawyers. Con,11iangements. ,. :
intercourse r
and
facilities the feelings of Ar The Weavers It
nearly thirty-one years old. and are tied up in a bag and thrown .-An Irishman now in jail in mutual affection Long may he live cherjj; ettiie presented to .,Jr. Carroll and r"'I i

4 The severe labor that attended her into the ea, whenever their lords and this town on suspicion of being one ml i.ht'd l and beloved by his country, a noble! I n.aJe'on the tf ay. The Engineer4Jt a

i'; birth, which was only effected tho masters happen to be out of humor. of the gau wio robbed the Exeter relic of the past, a bright example the I i poit, bound ia the most splendid In.\nn

rw 3d trial, was seized upon by the enemies Thus does Ignorance exclaim, & her Bank of twentj: thousand dollars, was present time. I 1 was then presented to him by the BOok.
the. the Cashier On the conclusion of the address, j I I binders.; *lio through Mr. J. J.
of a navy as prophetic of ill luck sister Credulity repeats cry. a'few days < offered by Uirrod

; ; With how little Ttsifl; her brilliant Now let us look a little at the educa- of that Bark ag two hundred and fifty two boys dressed as Mercuiies, ad-I I* made l him an address in the foIlo"lnSj
vancei words
-k career has fully demonstrated. We tion and treatment of Turkish \vo-. dollars, and pardon, if he would to tho canopy, and prayed ; Revered: Sire and Patriot.-Do the
be lurnished
the j
that
may safely challenge the annuls of uaIcaf men. turn State's evdeuce, and disclose all printers might I to accept from the Boos Bux of f\fot
of the remarks and ad-
history to name the ship that has In the families of rank, great painsarc the facts ; "Al sure srrid .Pat, "and with a copy city of Baltirooie) this copy of the EnJi.t.bt

done so much to fill the measure of taken with female education.the 'Urhat would nry part of the twenty dress just delivered, that they might i i De ns' Report of the Baltimore (jailRoad '
.Lr be and distributed to the H Surveys, as a iiuair trlbut"1"0their
sailed Turkish and Arabian languagesare 1'ou"nt if I should not printed peo-
:LHt our country S glory.-She on thousand a( to, 'j'.t profound respect for your

., her first cruize QH Sunday the 22d of constantly studied, and precepts be found guilty, honey V1 pie. I character miA patiiotic services aai Lu .

)0" ; 'July 1798, under the command oft of virtue, chastity, gentleness of: 'Pinch Toe Gazette and Corn Plaster The Deputation from the Jack.1smiths' : More than half a century has tr'P1td

.t tp;4t;; Captain Samuel Nicholson, and returned demeanor and polish of manners, in Association next advancing, i i. since you recorded your name on the 1D..rn.
Editor of the
).T". about the middle of November. short, of all that is or ought to be the Adlocatc.-The presented Mr. Carroll the Pick, :! orable chart of our country's Lnhlepeideii .
T h. Kenebeek Journal in noticing the An instrument which surprized
the
::r This was during the brief war with ornament of woman, are inculcated Spade, Stone-hammer, and Trowel, |.I e d wurld by the boldness auu noiehv'ci'it _
of :
, i' the French Republic.Vf; notice with the greatest care and assiduity prevailing fashion publishing a prepared by them for the occasion, sublime maxims on the interestingoi or {fjt4

tijr::: ,; : '. the appointment of Isaac Hull, as her Sir James Porter, a former British newspaper for every class of people, and made the following Address :- : HUMAN FRE>DOM. sanject

f; 7 : 4th Lieutenant. In May 1803, Com. : Ambassador to the Porte, who resid says :-We therefore propose to VBNKR TED SIR- : And now. this fifty-second Anniyerau,

! tS-" Ed. Prebre" was appointed to her ed there 20 vmu's,savs that the decency publish a paper for the especial readying As the representative of the associationof of Amer jean Independence finds you IQ tbe
I. of those who are afflicted and %Whitesmiths am directed j |plain, but dignified character of a ,
Pi'ite
and in June he sailed with the and the politeness o: I persons I
:t command, modesty, { to these implements made and { citizen, mingling with your fellow-citi
with be called I 1 present you
" i : ij-f' the squadron for the Mediterranean the Turkish ladies are unequalled } corns on their toes, to and by their unanimous wish '
\ L borne to this place by firemen consisting: j jof sustain,!,.
to' Jibe Pinch and Corn
I:'..:.1 r'-. ," destined to act against '1"rlpo I.. To .. They are treated 'with a respect nordermg j, To Gazette I a Pick to break the soil, the Spade to i conspicuous part in commencing the mnifitent

:" /.'! all conversant with this scene of war, on idolatry ; their honlth, their;j P aster Advocate. \Ve shall consid- remove it, the Hammer to break off rough I t[IOMo enierprize "the Baltimore fljS
M; ourselves entitled the and the Tiowel lo the cement L } Rail-Road, which, when
j er !o patronage corners, lay completed
[ it is well known the Constitution act- welfare and thoir happiness are the I
f ,
t" i : I of that and fashionable which i is to unite the eat to the west, forth I will doubtless ma tel alJ y subservptoanio':
;r ::. ed a conspicuous part, in !fact bore the p i constant study of the barbnrms Turk. j! very numerous : commencement of this great work, mense extent, the commercial interests J
of for whose benefit
fi ': brunt of the battle. After the destruction Tho parental affection ofth Turkj: part society the which nill commemorate an epoch ii> the this prospering and spreading empire

; ; of the Philadelphia of 44 L is very strong, and his cll i.dren( nie j> pjper is designed. history of the internal improvements of our We cannot forbear to unite our TOJCJ.
1- beloved and that too, on this illustrious with those of the gieat multitude that
.t guns, she was for a long time the only remarkable (for dmiful and obedient ----- country Sur.
J day, which is celebrated as the day rounds you, iu expressing the high
, p.f:7. i' frigate oti the station, and being ablyseconded I benavror, for modesty in the presence ;: \'l\\'eA.\\U\ Inoveelt.. that tried the souls of men-the day liLt a miration we entertain whilst I : coateniplat sense!

; by the smaller vessels with I superiors, and for extreme venera I -- ------------- gave birth to a Nation of fre OIf'n-fhl' day* I l ing thee two acts o( your life ; anal i ita ln[

. 1! the gallant Decatur, did more to, tion towards old age. The uatuic of!I Tlie BullitMore Ainerirctn of July 7th containsI venerated sir, with which you are so con t voking for your welfare the perpetual &!??.
f. : I a detailed account' of the Splendid Cckt'r.ti.iof Li
' humble the of the the Turk is susceptible spicuonsly identified the dny that shall be ings and protection of an orcr-mlnx pro.vidence. .
1 pride BarbaryStates : high-spirited, I die FuUK.ru JCLY and ih cuiniia-ucc-
.1 future
z j4. than all! Christendom did before impetuous, anti unpqirilied in their ti- mcut of che BALTIMORE & OHIO RAIL ROAD;, the polar star to ages, advertising A
. I J i j'l that City : the following extracts take all tile them, that men dare declare themselves} a deputation was now received from
!:I or since. miable discharge of the duties of hos- a.space wj.irh"we Chin: expedient to devote to I free and Jovereipn people, that republicans! Capt. (;Gardner of the 3hip Union." in.

pit:1litj'Yuh them a stranger is a i!'lii>t subject.Tho can exist, that they neither requite the loyal vitinlr.. Carroll and Directors oft 4
t J.H' In short such a variety of service the
I It sacred character. Sir James Porter ceremonies were commenced[ ] diaderu or military rule to direct the flail' KoaJ Company, to visit the
; r ship.
and has
adventure been
,,I. perilous never that in the villages which aro in- j by a lniyer by he !{cv. Dr. Wyatt, great helm of state i in s-tfety. They complit with this request, acc .
. achieved by any single 1 vessel.t Sheaoon says And now sir, that the present age may panied by General Smith the
Turks ** Masonic Grand the Gr. J
. l" : antI ictuuirtl tmiiir triliiiMil frcln>iri.'Iy hy CUI1iiing Chaplain, vast bless that touched the and
I ;1r; uliuic1 Silo the men spring ( Marshui and his a d, and partoofc of

::1 U-W-.V .4r remained unemployed, or nearly so, roput'iy, and deceit are unknown audience uncovering theii heads ; put in mutiou this gt eat National HOI k, and l IreJiments on board (this minilHrre ,re.,.

'f till tbf cummtticeinei.it of the late war ;" that highway robberies:, whenIr.. iltiaih, afier an eloquent t: that future ages may MekS the memory of Rel. After leaving her, Mr Carroll yiti.

':f ',;t:, with Great Britain. This was on the : burglaries, and stealing are not heard 1 pieface: re.id the Declaration of In li our I the beloved Charles of tho/ c Can freemen roll of that Carrolhon surround I, ted the Cars of the different Traces and

) ISth of June 1812. On the 12 h of I
:;f :'. ':.: July, she left the Chesapeake for the roads are as secure as the houtes'I'I composed by l\I,'. Clifton, being then The Deputation from the StoneCutters the whole utmost enthusiasm.the -During ulj!
ceremony, venerable
; New York and the 17th discovered Pride and undying performed, Mr Johu B. Morns delivered forward and the patriot
rJ on now came preserved a vivacity and spirit
remarkable
t.t: '. and was chased by a British squadron ; their most striking: attributes-time' the following Address from ihePresident i car; containing the Foundation Stone i indeed at his advanced age.

..!It.. ..r...;...'i.,.:,' consisting of the Africa 64 ali]I I never lulls! their memory (insult: and aud Dire tui's uf the Com- I! \vas driven to the spot.'hile the Between /four and five in the afterr.noi

" ;, Ii injury. They I have been I known to \' :- The Knights Teraplars
!' lour frigates, for three days and three I I I'in- stone was preparing, Mr. Carroll, accompanied marched in p'Uo
come from the frontiers of Pet s.t; into I I2LLO CrzENs cession, from the Masonic Lodge to the
ft'I:11n.;: : 'ni hts. She escaped( at Lib; by skillful I : by the Grand Marshal of GU.be
Asia Minor, to ievr>uo the Ge::lhI [ I Tie occasion which has assembled us, i is Inn, where they dined in their n.caiHpmetit .
,;:\i l., management, and arrived in Bos- I the day, and by Mr. John B. Morris;, a handacm
one of umi iMeieit. We I pavilion
: ',:\ :; :: ton harbor on the rJSth "f J ulv. This I of a grand l lttlier, many years :aitfr the r I have met great to ceu.-bi.tie::ioincntuus the laving; ui'liie fu.t und bearing in his hand the spade just in the court ofthnt Inn. A nunSercfas.sociations prepared.

:..tl, ':J.J'' 'b, : was one of the most brilliant exploits t commission of the :tC:1CC. The parent blunt; of the Baltimore aud Ul.iu Rail Uuaii I, I peented, descended from the pavilion i dined together, with the uuatceremonies

-: : of the war. After remaining a few I bequath"t' to the a-on the task ofavenging I and if there he any which COULd render Hit- I and advanced to the spot I I observed on these occasions
;
his oflendod honor,. and it is ILLY wp have clIO ''lJ moie iu.t-i f.itiug i in om and at night a displuj-: Fireworks t-J '
::::t ;:;t. days in port, she sailed again, and on I I sflkC lCd (or the reception Gf the
; : eye, t I IfI.n it ah ady seems, it is that \vc place, on Federal lull mm".dutev( .
never
* ; 1 the 19th of August fell i in with, and neglected. I Found iiion Stone in order tot opo.Mite
,
I Iwliich i Hie
now Coil)I1I.IICa; t.ic ( UU S t r i& I ion of a wuik t city The- day concluded with
Civilized! The Turks
,i.'f J.-<; .t.Vf after an engagement of thirty minutes men gamble- is, torat.-e JHU n.iiive city Iu ih.it ran!* .{ striki- ih'! spade into the ground. II a> more decorum and quiet,than we'emenher .

ta;t':!Z:1* captured! II. B. M. frigpte Guerriere'of detest tho prictiur. Civ.lize: l 'ne II \ tlllh thf Rlh H1lafS ,.f her itiiaei >u il.IIJIhe j Walked: '.vr.h a firm step, and used the to have seen on any I l-ke occ; :0n. j

r'r:'- ;' 49 guns, and 302 mm. A f4t"'L are uncommonly lenient to habitual(( 1 : ent(T| n:e cf t irjt C: itlil\...l: her Clo1d. o j j iiiMiuiu''iit with a steady hand, veri- -- ------ __. --- -_ LI
-
) : : ter burning her, Capt. Hull returned 10 h liars-The Tuiks would drive them L i iI j 'fhe ri-siiii ul our 'lUObVIti, I be Cell;I., fving ti.e nieiliction of our correspondent 111XItL". -
| net only IH bill ; hv
. by omx 5. -> posteti' .
i i1'.t.4; : Boston on the 30ih Aug. and from their presence. Civilized men i|i ; ir. ihe .
Pt : SO() ) I -mil opi\ by 1' di.imunInt, ,Ibo by Jyry-; song piiblished on thei -- -----=- --- ------ ----
f.:::,: :.}: gave up the command to Capt. William cheat each oilier d.ii Iv -the! 'lurks ;\! land :.n-l I tlu !)t-i.' '::.ii! tiAft'i.Vc arpoo i morni.M'j: of the Fourlii :- Tne following; is the renly of iutr i to-

J t'. =:r'' Bainbridge, who, uiih the same .ire too proud to be dibh'tnost. I j i I a HJt upeiii'i', ;-:1'-.' cimutiel! 1:11'1"11: which | '1 he hand th.it held the pen.. the letter of B-.liva r published in our l Ut. "

1 id; ;f I crew; shortly' after sailed on a Jot litr Let Us be just, and I uiiiteve ha L- .I, tutiiininirce, ''C LIP I imalnv D I coinii.y. i>ri J I! Never fa'iltfi'1 IJlII tthiIenupluyPt Krplyof Sacfe

';. 'Lj;' =f. : cruise to South America, where} ui'-nt that: ><) lovely a luud as Turkey ;"Olllt.P.! .\t'i1till\t!! ': iii.i-,1( :' .'L.\ t.\r 011'.ul- i Is 4 iil" tiiu spade, to asi3t his Sir.-The i'people. in
on 1 .
i
i, .. I.4 e ;ait-. .tboui lt Ilillg :,iCiiti! >.s uf inter-1 fellow electing
o ; J men. their
... ..to"J:: of December of the .-.mo should be overshadowed by a religion :I couibt \I' u\Tti ral.t.t: :.; l (br et[, J Jvliich Tiio then me first constitutional ma;is'-ate,
dexterously
t ,. year, after an .en agcl1lent of about wiiich come'Ii not from above! let us I: \ will biiH tin: one mine cio eiy In tlie { 1OJeVas re- were desirous of giving new testimorui:

: ;ri r' ;;; two hours, shs captured, II. B.J. I not shut! oi.v t eves to the good 4 mli-1.I other bt-yortd: lIfe IIH'Clof an inci-.isr
l: lies that *vith l'upua: :iou or ,auction I rlifleiciict-.t) to disu been conveyed to the ground and enabled Tie to render, and \\bic
ri t> ship Java, of 46 guns, and upwards : are mingled errinj faith I ;justice demanded.
I
nite.Vo But
"1" '''. aic ;1.1 iaci coaiinvticinj; a uc.vera placed in its bed. The Grand! 1.tJf f when their: re-
- .. t. I i ;.ud dark passions. It i Is hand -ll I 1
. i,; :, of 400 men.r1j h:8 was one of the.I severest a w iu cur hijfoiy : for theie an "'IIe of sped diaregnrded national boundaries in
: pre-
h! ter Maryland then remarked that I
. :li: ; contests of the war. The Java i worth CO1tVPrtlL---Ut;; not by the I sent v t'juvuii'ju'tt] 'he great II, 1J. ,h.iicial j i.vor of one, who born out of the country

1' {f. :,::i ft! wal! likewise burned! and the Constitution I.I sword of the CVu.. inllnni'n liich: Hie intend"! Ho.rl will I hef-jre applying; the test of his insrtrtnicii'a !- I has only the titles that fortune confers,

.';"'c ''.' .I have in j>ioinolin ilie I\Cl'cjillnI.wu; I to tIle stone, for the purpose of .l their >'rrv acts of regard impnse
;,, retunw(I.iu; to J.iUSti.t The Toad i is viid }ho voraciousJdejslioyer on me
1" I. to a the
- 1l' iKClmes( & inlmd t'cmamci' ot ,' its obligation to restrain
-o : m vnIcy. ;:- iwxvtaimng correctness, with the i iI' its dhiatereteLtXiIsSuii3.
.
'
';, t'. ;"i.4.:fit '.. In Jane 1813.- Capt. Chailes! Strvarvys : ef CockitJiK.iiLv. A corri I I It \\4 !It:: .1 few jcais sigcatLi intro-: j .issisianc* of the Grand Masters of the 1 .

; :. ;- \ appointed to her conini and i tpodt'lJt[ ; itl .)fllh'l u'>, :.: two or 1. ductioU'cf, StfJitn-b.Jii: !* rlft-clcd IHIcl.. .j I' Statc; Pennsylvania and You weB know sir, th:1t'l love Bolivia

! I !:r;;; on the 30ih of December she proceeded ( lire 3 toad; \veiLplaced in a kitchen clittngcs, and i-ude ti.'ui-y! neig lio'Jts uiio I ; Virginia, f us I do the land in winch I saw the light
befoie far it usijjKt: nol be amiss add
were distant from each other. i to one to. its
multiplied
: :..{ equally important ei'eciwill numerous then loaded
; : congratulations with
:; : :; was blockaded ofvar. I me honors und with kindness.cs
:; by seven ships iu the lIIoJrnillg they were found be the lialtiinoie and Onio Rail-Road. I
t ';.: .:3 She returned the While expressed, that Maryland had at last are still increaaeJ by those peculiarones
. : ou 4th Apt ii l : completely !gorged! with thesu trcubluoiue tIle one mill have stemmed the torrent I determined r which its

Z:t:.: :.::;: 1814, and was chased into \I.u Lltr. vCl uia. Such is their sagacity of the Mississippi, to otter will have'Iwnnounh.rl 'I to engage i ia honorable which excites name the enthusiasm gives to it--that name. ,
head and reduced the hci"liis of the' competition with her sister States, I in and veneration
: : by two of the
enemy's heavy lint they will fipquently jump to the I ofcvery American whom Bolivar
; t. AMrgJiany ; and tho j obstacles! befoie i icu the great work of Internal
:: Improvement.
.r \ frigates.La and J has raised from
Nymphe About
UUUtl. of debasement
.4 :P ;. : height 12 and is inches OD the leu-d inupcuiJh'l will have ceased He hailed the and upprobtuiii -
; : ::" t.I the middle of December 1314, swall, to secure their vvlim, in which : to be, ij the ingenuity and! inJiutty of man Grand Masters presence of the to liberty. It is ne\'.-rtlieless my

, t -! she proceeded on !her second cruize employment they .sehloir. miss their shall have been exerted to overcome tnem. of these Stales as a duty) takecuieof ilignily; of tins generous

. J.;:' under Capt. Stewart, and on the 28th uim. Goldsmith describes) thorn : Fully impressed with tin inagnitiule of propitious omen. On the one hand I people! and Ifit ha- been beliVved,

4' .; as the undetiaking tomm t"J to their charge, J I was P ennsylvani3thc fir-t to or even imagined, in any part of our continent .
'f February Madeira after penetrate
) an action being peculiarly fond ofauts lies and the f that tius
r t Hoard of Directors huv used every I the defiles of her mountains with her people has degraded itself .-'.,
;: ;. : of forty minutes, she captured H. B.M. oilier minor insects, so much so that ni*>aiib to lusinc Sucta-ss. The best taUnt:, I I : : bowed to tIjesncstionototliers, V

\",. : :\ I,' ships. Cyano of 24, and Luvaut of T they will leave their retreat in I of the country is employed in their service : roads, and who had been ever since I in ('Iec'in: a stranger for its cons.lil..tle

.,I fl I : 21 guns: and upwards of 300 men. when tempted with a rich openday feast -ihe General' Government hal lent its employed with ceaseless .issidtihy, i ia I j la! President, it belonjr* to me as its l boil .

The Cyaue arrived afe. and officers to asiistin what i justly considered further I develooinfT. the rnsnim-ps_ __ of_. Iwr_. ; oed citizen, to preserve it from a .titfl. : '
now I of i Ii ese.Barks Journal I a ivnrk nt' _Mntinti-il____ .imnn.. .__.,.. \.j -- u
p..t' forms of .n n .imi.. ..o. ..."/ .! JOUles tic trade. On the other hand which is the more prejudicial to its rerutation .
a part our navy ; but the Levant vhlua'l!. iufocmaiull I }
JldS
eeLI abroad, it a/fixed the
acuirfd| as ia at ino
1__ was Tho was Virginia, who had (been for :
re-captured. Consti- and wiin 'iiida'ii years
AMUSING.Col resource at tiifir command mei.t when the Republic takes its stand
tution herself\\:18 chased by a squadron the Board of Directors find them- studiously) engaged in creating aud amon. liie free Nations of the worlil.
-
-- -:--- I u .
under Sir George Collier, consisting -Ethan- selv s within little in re than a year after preserving a Board with competent If to this consideration are added mf f
Alien. \"
-I- of the Leander and Newcastleof c have the iiicoiporafioi) of tie! Company, fully iuuds, for the promotion of the sainu repugnance to a public career, and my
-.-- heard one anecdote of Allen whichwe prej)ar Ml) to commence the coiisttuciiou fur this
of iiihuJriciency elevated Ifjt
50 guus eacH, and the Acasta of 44. believe the UUSAT ItOAD.It great end ; manfully stnigglingagainst post yoawill
T has
_ _I ;; ; Her usual good fortune however never been in print. is not in mortal' those difficulties which her energy had find abundant! reason, not only to approve .
attended to command .
Mr. B. success refusal
; to
an of Vermont : my the
attorney once accept
suprememagistracy
her, and she arrived safe in U'ceived from I but if a dctcrminatiou to yield to no obstacle hitherto been insufficient surmount, but lo applaud resolution!

; t the L'nitedStates.-Peace had now some person in Boston, hid luimnn exertion cain overcome ; and therefore doubtless awaiting l I. reMjfti tne favorite my the !
daiighte-
a note of hand for
JL60 ajjainsi: an eitlhuftiadiic
Allen : devotion
'
been proclaimed, and she remained for collection. It being i inconvenient WJ !' firm belief that the completion!to the of cause tl.e ; a anxiously the result of our' experimentin father Bolivia, unblemished to the constitutional

unemployed agaiu we believe, with a for him at that time to the nificent work will confer the most important mag- I in to avail herself this mode I II that Congress. It consoles me, sir, '-

.t single exception, until the cruize from it sued. pay note, benefits upon our country ; nnd thorough extended communication. It was I j your uniformly favorable( interpret-
wns When lion
ot'mv
hils the case ca me convic.i.m i/iut/ it ii cable -if nil only he said to notice the conduct will excuse me that
which.she
just returned, after an on fur trialAlien plltcc ; I countenance in tnis instance I
these, reject advice since
employed a to your ,
Lawyerto urging action
can C1.UJ
absence of success of the Representatives ,
iiI more than three the of a nu- I have 1'
; years, get the action continued until he -success shall be ours. always hithertu been docile! to that .
: .,.. details of which have not trans- I rmetous fraternity in these two of the saviour
,yet could raise This powerful or mv country. -
money to settle the demand day fifty-two years since, two rail-i
m ph td. and accordingly the lions of people'!
I 4 the Attorney, of Gi eat Britain proclaimed themselves : press, iu the uama of the (body whom I liviato rr.ingle with my fclO! *-CI'.l'Chlt ul
;'t14 She is to undergo as readies: means of accomplishing Colo'lbi wishes! and I
now necessar Independent States, and commenced he represented, their thank for the n y are satisfied
: t repairs, and on the first emergency his object, determined to deny I the task of self-government. Our native I kind- feelings which: had ? I um rewarded for the incessant vextioi. >

r, : r; will forthwith, be ready to serve her the genuineness of the signature. city was theu au inconsiderable village, promptedthe that preyed upon me in the esercibe of
II This would oblige the plaintiff with few and difficult means ( communica acceptance of the invitation to power. If, while I enjoy t'ie repose of pn* :
About produce -
: : country. seven years since the witness the tion with the interipr, and with a scanty join in the ceremonies of the day- Vhte life, Bolivia should: icur any petit p

1' she was hove out and completely examined to note ; who, and olowly! increasing commerce. The in that he had allowed himself to 'inter and should deem my services useful,

' 'H ; at the Navy Yard iu ChirlcsE residing in Boston, could not easily habitants of these States now number ten rupt the usual order with I simll By from the bosom of my fmnil/i
a
single
; I. : town; when her timbers, &;. were he brought forward on the instant. millions and Baltimore4 has increased in mark. re- \ lake a sohlicr'dp.rt in her dangers.i Thil ,

I t.I.' 4 found in remarkable good order a The effect of the mnncravrc would be her full propoiiiou of population. Wide The i in the oath I Lke to von, upon your 0'14
avenues G mHster, attended
now radiate in by the P.
G.
direction
to cause the plaintiff the every Dirth day, on wiiich, a. the lUtL
fact which after to postpone year ago
I ..s. twenty-five years'it thrMugh the surrounding country :-she has Chaplain of MaryUnd,ami by the G. Mas nificence of the b01111
,4. trial! till the UOhV1411'peopfe
- : wear and taro nnd hard service, ro- next court. risen to the rank of the third city of the ters of Pennslyvanta and Virginia then applied me to their fortunes.

f doundg not a little to the credit of the When the case 'was called, it hap- Union, and there are but few sections of ; his instruments to the Stone, and Receive favorably, sir thn frank / .
l, 4 the world where her after then reptoyotirdesuatch ,
),,. ,* ;V' old fashioned mechanics of Boston pened that Allen was in a remote part commercial'entcrprize handing' *. for the same purpose of Aoril 6th. which I
t.JI of thecourt has not made bef'known. Fiftv'rivnsincp .... VP1I,.I to the other G. Masters, and reeivinr'. .
house -
and to his utter he, whe is this the'first their favorable ---- --_v have just received, and design to a CP'
day to lay
;* in ncr actions with urn uuerneni report, pronounced it tu'be te
astonishment heard I
fa hs! lawyer gravely stone of the Great Road was "well formed : my respectful coiladcratiuu.flId my
one a true :ana
and Java, the Constitution mounted deny the band of fearless.and among trusty.1' The vent wisheS fur permanent h2PP
signature of his note. uobie spirits who. resolved G. Chaplain' invoked the 'benediction of [ your
4 : 54 guns, and 52 ere efjgageo1 with I With long and erect strides he rushed and declared THAT FHKKDOM which' Heaven upon the tmcces of the enterprize ness. .

the C'ane'and Levant. Her loss in through the crowd and confronting has been transmitted unimpaired to us. the prosperity of the City and the- Antonio Jug de Sucre.To .

the action with ,the Guerriere wa the anmed limb of the law," rebuked -, The existence which be contributed to : future life of the venerable man who bad his ttuxllency Simon 8..lur. thl

;::3: killed and wounded 14 ; with the Java him in a voice of thunder. giv.e to ibe United States on the Fourth of assisted in lay ing1 the Stone.-The ceremo- Father ajid Tounder of Byli\'ia. j
July' 177t>, on- the Fourth of July, 1&2S II. ny was concluded) iu.the usual manner, From /Ae Ntu York D.iUy Advertiser tf
34 and with the Cyane and Levant u Mr. I did by
; -1 ------ not hire he
you to perpetuates. Ninety-oue summers have pouring wine and oil, ami scattering : Jufti 17. '

15 more-toral6'2.. The Guer- come here and lie-that rs a true passed over him. Those who stood with' corn, upon the fctoae, and with a correspondent From England.Yesterday thee1W

v. 1 riete's loss, killed, wounded, and note-I signed it-I'll swear to it- him bun in the Hall Independence, hare left invocation and response, followed packet ship Brittauuia, Capt. M.rshall
103 the Java's 161 and I'll : solitary upon earib-" the father of his by the Grand Masonic
missing was ; ; pay it. I want no sbufljing, honor arrived from Liverpool!, (rori
I the full I
country. Iv
A National
[ Cya' e's. 38 Levant's 39-total I: want time.V hat I 'j possession. his Salute was fired by the Art
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whence Juue.
employed yoU !! powell ; with his feelings and affections I t till' ry, stationed ou-n she sailed ou the 19th

.,I 41 or In the'proportion of five and a for was to get this business put overto sail buoy nut and waim, he now declares i I I the north. neighboring. hill. to Thefolloiringis a list of the ne\t

? alf to one. The prisoners c.e the next court ; not to come here & I thnt the proudest act of his life and the I: Tli- Deputation of Hatter: *, then' rhiriisfers i appointed to fill the va1aB.

early one "thousand. lie and juggle abuut it." The result I most important in its consequences to his.] sented a beautiful beaver hat to Mr. pre'j pies occasicued by tho late reg"
J I country, was the fligukture
? I l ef l.oIJ'-Ptct-:1: .J.ti.i & .;inuthT Pr4k4 i beauty! to ; 11005 ,
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cai. After she wai safe at anchor, in My worthy friend Jonah who hs sue."essfulry I
LMMKJT June 1-?.-Evening. found
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NEW .nirSTRY. } J '' h. a roan was apprehepdedin
A few rumors of a political kind H good harbor', a wrecking Stoop, 5o- < resisted the force of female attraction
vague
: at S: J.muVs .he 30th rah Isabella Houwnan, arried.d Tor aud maintained Mnnnanillo, who proved to have
At TH emu t have 4lP| >J been current to day. aud it is Capt. many year,

li ,.v 15<2S ; ].: csfut, Kill 's m'ht 'aid tli.it Government securities, both at ;j the Captain of the Brig entered into an the faith of a Bachelor regular standing been the Pilot of the pirate, and he

Kx t liviii Majesty in Council.TM !. Vienna and Frankfort.are declining. con5e(1I.lICt f agreement with him, that Houseman w glo and undoubted veracity, says at how he has confessed the whole. This is tic
take the 3ng to Key West, and .as to rereie has never koovra good come uf this
\VilIiam cf the} expectation that the resistance any story current here, and F am much inclined -
> iLi y tlif Hht Hun. which the Turks nuw threaten, I thp.refir SEVENTY-FIVE PERCENT lamp flirtation, but on the contrary, has believe i is "

I. w ;J" i (l"ttlnm'hIJ! called: Vi count 5 will! lead to a protracted warfare with the ; ON TilE BRIG'S CARGO, AS suffered tne loss of most of his early friend to true. .

j" .\ -li ". ,) ilio K'.glit: Hon. Lieut.Gcmwl R'I Olani. \V iLLs ON THE SPECIE wth an and associates, who have dropped off one Candidate for Governor.Tho .

Sir (.. Murr.iv, the The fi.mgn stock market has undergone understanding that HOU.CMAX WOULD HKTCR.1 -: after another, from year to year renounced Albany Daily Advertiser states that
:oIgt of PART OF THK MOSEY TO 1HC CAPTAIN celibacy with all its peace and quietness, Mr.
Ila ; ajnl no material alteration in the couise to.I Van Bitten has yielded to the solicitations -
K iiou. Su lli.Miry diiigi .
.tiL F011 HIMSELF.It and surrendered themselves
d stock i* upheld at its voluntarily as
Portuguese of his friends and
:.4iT .iiahl, Hon. TIMSIM* Pert-:nneLouacujy \ present price. bv the general belief that the is said that the money wag insured at willing victims to the 'yran cal yoke of consented -'
1scrntnuoV New York.The matrimonial that he feels to heconifi a candidate for Governor
bondage so
ore t.y His M-ijesi> ; next packet from Lubon will bring accounts ; now
Vigitont, and her cargo.have been himself like a in a land, ofthe State of New York.
".,Mii of Ins. M .1jes'S most i! ofthe overthrow Miguel, and the restoration I stranger strange
: CoujKjl and touk theirrepeciive 1 of the constitution under a new rcTiie sold at Key West.. and 3rvL1gflU fet xvithout a friend to whom he can unbosom Strong symptoms of a family. --In
ILui. 1'nvy Houseman and CompanyCspt. his the of which he begins
I cent paid to thonghts ; want the
II t.V. pine woods Wilkinson
places at iuc bodrd accoid- g" French papers say that the declaration ; Houseman, l left Key West iu the to feel now a heap more! than ever, as county,
for Chailesion but as his he draws the time Georgia, a couple (both native of
.lgl':. warbv. ilm Porte, h.-d been treated nignt. supposed near appointed when
been pleased with tiu'ir: ,'hM cleri Iic indifference, wndConstantinople ,. vessel, the Sarah Isabella, belong d to New he is to be lelcast-d from nil snhluaarv Burke county,).were. in 1806, married

il s M-'jesty having remained in perfect trau- fork she day piocetd to that Port. The flirtation, and take up his abode where -the gentleman a bnchelot fony

r.i lij ;"int the Ri;;ul Hon. Ueorge1i. qm'iiir.: The almost :1ptioYac, howeI I French Captain hid been sued a I Key West then" is nn "Marrying nor riving in Mar- of Since that time

-il ut" :Aboidi-en, & li.c- lL-.!1H Hun.Litui. r, used by tile Government to infu e a I[i by one of the persons v* ho were the real t u'age..JJ New it appears evident that if years age. theif

U Mt-i it Su Ut-oigf1 >lLJ rr.1),tu i."hit of enthusiasm into the people! ; and! salvors of his vessel, for ;$oOOU ; which'suui young ladies would studiously conceal happiness has been crowned by the

be two of Hia .M.ijesu'sl'riucipil Se- arms ofevery description were distributed ;; he deposilrd with hi* securities, and sailed I. ihemsel\les.with all their be* itching charms, birth of t ice nty cue children ten suns

J.I.by 11)1a general aiming The Standard of j i with Capt Houseimu.Tiie from the observation of men, my friend ,iind eleven daughters all alito and

cretrtries of Siao, tncy wore mis .\ the Prophot had. however, not been dis1plaifd II ubove may be deprndrd on ali cor II .Jonah! mi-ht this day be blt'ss..tt with as he.dtliy:, at the present time -
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1Is Majesty's coinaui.J sworn accordingly. utthmign such a powerful appeal : reef, having been communicated to tu hv choice a society of jolly faced scandal firi- F" --. .. .

10 tiie devotion of Muss-luians i is usual the most iexpectable authority who ha till; nd: BdcM.>rs, as ever ho mioreil the -

this upon the Decimation of War. evidence to support it. protitltM ages of ntiquity. But no, female \ \ '\ '\ \\tC\J\.L\:\

His ::ijVsiy hi Council was ThE WAR I IN TUB 'AST. I The vessels which had be.n capturedby ?]lI i iioitlinesj a.d lau/liter-lovinqf vivacity, .

dy!' IJ aed to appoint. the Righi Tile French paper of Thursday, !lime the honts under the Comtiand ofLicut. are as little di posod t j retiie tV' m ol scr- PiicesofCottun., -
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1"11.1 1110111.15 I'crcgrmeJollr; lIay brought direct information from ntan-j Johnson, of the Natchez, as mentioned vat,n, as the stais that shine and br*ulify
June 16.
1'ii, j idtiii of L'ommiuee uf Coun- tiiiopie don to ihe 20th May. Trie pa-1 I in oar list ; were th<* Mexican the Heavens ; hence he who prefets a life Lirtrpool. -Our salesofCcttou

i the consideration ot sage of the Pruth by he Russians, had ;:; Privateer Schr. Caraoobo, Captain Hop- of single iri double l,les"e neis, must main- in tne moutn of May wcie very heavy,
ci! i''r
,1 to 76,000 of which 22.00O
c 'lqJ'JII been known in the Capital ou the 13th. The ; ner, and her Prize, the Spanish :.hr. Piu- I t3in continual wajlVtrc between the tinesucepiibilities amounting bags, .

;.h iti-.iUT n l.tiui2 to Trade and Divan had immediately an extraordinary I! tlencia. Tlicac veb:els were seized for a I of lus OWI: UCiiIS, and were taken by speculators, and ao advance

J\ne'L'i S: 1'l.tnUtiuiii ; in the absence: merfjpjf, whirl) was lenewed daily, till the I: violation of tiie! UevenucLuw ll.ey were their all st'Juctive power. 'Tu hard, by I I iu pi ices took place of fully $d. per Ib In
the last fortnight, whilst the Imports have
(/, i ie 1'iesi 1 ietit of iie said Couimil- l.Jih when war WHS Announced hj procla- I captured at the Tortupuses and sent to Gracious. been )
n i'EtsiI in nil the m Ut' :f tr ;lje time bCM.g. j Key C\ipt. Uopnrr, 17 IheI : have ainnunii-d 'nly to J9.60O
Ordeis were i Umieil for a reneral arming },
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and Cr v were permitted to proceed to
'r.a ful1J'oin; is .1 list: of the new f the! troops still! in the Capital were sent in I Mcxic : th Mexican government Uri Destination of the f.'igdte Hu.lson.-We bag, and of these -1,000 have been takcu
in ICU1Ii.flLIfliCifiOfl I observe it to be ruoiuurcd in some of the i Dy Speculator
the diiei-tion of the seat of and a'I
: war
;
lit t"JIUIlUt..1 Ilerm.m, Captain Hawkins, which ve lId papers, (say the Boston Bulletin) that the !, The purchases of Speculators, and thsrxtia
made to the Europe1an I
W.H
L <. d A .'t'Mifi-n,Foreign! Secreia!} minister, requesting them to inform i! had sailed for Vera Cruz before the frigate Hudson about to sail fro.n N".v sii|'pi-! ?. taken by tae Consumers,

Ll ,'I ,(,' o! L.t i Dc.:1ey' : : their respective courts lliat the Purte Natchez left Key We
I During the absence of the Nitch z on I Capt. Creighton, is to out \.. B.M- hej.roducd by deficiency in the Export
to the I tiC" in ill- carry
"was going foitune .
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II. l.iJ.! ; :! '.:t', Secretary fence olits mconte try tibe! rig'nts! and that it her Cruize, Capt. tiudd, procured, iiau- bour, England.. We undei stand, u..t lof Cotton Horn the United States. This
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.t1 I'! .I'! of Loul ralineialon. would rather perisn tlian Mih-nif: to Imvela I. t'd an.l r-}uii't ihrce chfol.er'and sent up to yesterday, no such orders \\Abeen 'I h-s .." n v-fv generally announced in the

.r U. AIu rev Colonial I I Secretary, >\' vdirttti toil, as !o>ig as it haJ arm in them o'> a Cruze: unnnvnded! : by !,iftit.Mbuvi.NE I ifccived by the comiucin.lttg odicer, nor ttilvicts of I OP extent of the last Crop, and

i ils I hand-" f.ifut. iJrcaiNAN: :iiid Lieut. was tilP (lin.ition ofthe frijat' defi.utt-iy j i> "':tii "ifd by the state f the Import up
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IU I 'l't' I. ;b i un.I It '>eii3. that far from desponding at Cctii. (lIe of them w.i.s oniered t>. j kuio.vnout of the NAVJ leprirlme in the p> "sent time. In the first five month .

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f i ,. ,\ <.Jind Fort'ais la lieu of I : asMimed a HIJMO determined spirit, I keeping near the I Iteet; th second schooner I i of 1 I-si veai was deficient 1 !5.t u\ bags, but
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The U.
Xarftl. S.
| Frigate, Brandy \ ueI of Ameiican
IhntH. I :ud tl"iugh we do na' coiicie nat success to cruiz.-1 from Cape \IIt lOtl) to UK- 1 tr.e deficiency was 127,000.
!; .\ ., j Joueai
.li I Coin. otf the Inland of Poi nuh,
The Impoit of JUlie will be
the Kurd! from considerably
J-trdmtZ and me Jratm !
I" jH! rron its rtTjrts, however wild rIlrS'I' ; -
.\ir. .\; : 11ItInJt, Chancellor of the b. have z *.(> C.' lC (!'l1l. They ctuiz <1 for | near .in-\ aq-n', .\Bril 11. : h'Mvir* ilian in June .of last year but IQ
j a'e thy Ujjy \ t \ e no up-
U. 3 Stii Cr
The from
> Turner.
| e. Capt. .
; :\i'u> 01 L alU.lstcr. vice Lord A- I; .ii-nbt hif I it will! k:cp its \\ur.2. wuids of tvveMy d! *> s, but dId n\t fall iuuilh July we Jilculattthe deficiency will agaiu
I V. C and New
iLiv.ma. arrived
: r.i tuz at ,
inc"'a f'. The geneial sales of UpUnd
uk iou, vessels. Lieut.
A.I artic'i--; from Vien'li.f t't'? tr.ath. any Uu.
tJ 'tttfl.
Yoik 17tii: Jul. Idem.
on -
Cotton about 6d. Alabama
I I b.1:1Jh..rJI\H"ut of Ibral; (t-otninonlv c.illed ch nun *'.&s IlIlo.1nf'tl at the hit ot Pwe are at ijd ;

.M Cuuit t'niy, Vice P : CSI1tJI Er.tliilow) n.uJ:! com'u..d onthc22d ult.. I that u frpaii"u l iii .rda! Coast h .d capiurcd 1 From the Xorfolf: Herald. and Mohi.e, when imported direct, 6ld. tu

t' Doard of Trade, in i'.t'j: f1'. I. iir.d. rthr Grind D'ike ; Alirhnel rui-1 1'iatme I I a t'i'jlic Ciui/er in that nc:;|htJ r.I l'he rIIfwill chHu
I. Lew.*. lliicsians intended to carry that' place! I I liond a 3I Ii >rt tune Qe.'biv his arttva!. bl'pn 01 tiered l hy the sD'pallmf'l1l : future pri.e of Cotton, we must speak

bv storm as soon ds a breach shoul iiavelifeo Tht'i e can be no ci;,.ul't hat the appeaiaiice Captain JOHV D.: H :>iLr:?. c. min.indinsr with s'-'ine hesitation. Should the Import
\lr. J Horace Tvst, Under Secntaix I from the State* turn out to be as !imited &s
eilX'ted in it< exteriil defem Inl"jtm of :htae v"St.'-5 .HI the Coast ol Cuba at Cultiinoip! o take command of the Navy

ut StJte for the Colonies vice *'r wats it reji.olPrj'! every attack ; itear'y I will be pr.nJ UCI iVI .,f noat oeiifiici.il resultsas ; Y.ird a' P irtsmouth. ( \. H ) vice CaptainCKMGHTOV. it is repirtpnted that it Kill be, there appears

L :.u F. L. Go ACT.Mr. Jail would! iherrfore. be regarded by it will make tl.e f..'c.-.llu"tel S cautious inlutuie appointed to the command of goo* pi ,und.considfring the moderate -
I 11. HIIII frittt'. rate of , tiiemtiti Ottomans oin'mou of 11
the } 'ius 3s how t'.ey \ ,; uie alongside of Merchant
G. BuiUo>, Secretary of the the fate of he .npii '. VesseK for to ir of a t. c'JThe I .M-istor Connlt.( HOBK-T M. ROSE, late some alivJII't0,. tr.e oitier! hand there i is

Cotur I vice i Mr. C.jurie- I TUI : ; Ltent.I" the :.-. 'tav.1.1 to be no sdvam'" i-, t'ie p ic. 'if T' KI t>r Goods,
I[ '.rd ol' A entlcajdO I ,jutt iotunir'1 from key.ifpreseat' OiH"%ers mid Cr t- a' v.uic.'i perfonntd tins port
I the spirit of the tro.ii '. \ h". .tfP |I : -\ .Ice uiu'ervvi-iit u.nch fattgut*. out I !turned second in Cm.iiiim hit H> that pl I fl.3. I I Master Comilt. I':. P KENN*.m. piomoted.Lieut. f.tClUr..s.t' &'i.,ll have lo encounter the
iisnplmeil and clothed after the C'lmpean to tiie Ship all iu pet feet tic-a:t 11.
Lord C'.deupo.ouch: j; to remain I SMOOF takes the of most clprPt IDa .t.d opposition to any advance
he thru'IC"tH"Ir place C.iptaimiRt'E.
alatiiJl1" rxcpllPIII
n. to ; they go The Pilot of the Pirate, w loch! captured
II and we :jiU't [be prepare-l to that .
Tise Irish Sc-t-re- expect
LurU Privy Seul : eviJuiioiis with a pi.ckiu q-iite asf tlii'Sclu.! Charles of PniUut-lphia, Capt.

taijsh.p. \acjut by the rtvi ilion olMr. 1 ttiKibhiiig for the time, and mount gnaid CoijJin; about tie!: fith of Jiie, and murdiT Pnr*T CU.ARLKS 0 HANDY i ii ordered to they wil! reduce tneir consumption, and
work their old stock of Cotton
j uithbavonct fi cJil1 true Soldier iie .tvlr .. the Po. nriuih S'ati I '1/ h) ;Jl'ply( tin va up limiting
l hfi Olii'eis aud
L b i i. >t filled and tt-! clew, |irtbeea taken ,
;ln: m yet ; their purchases from the Importers as mach
occnioied the death of
The articles of tie slightest imp.1 ..- raucv there, by
1 I only amid is impi Uin.ed at Tiimdad d> Cu-
B.tiid of is still .
ofiiu- Trado
Lice as possible.Tt
: lance i.i the German mail of thi morning, !!.., whore tie h-.* disclo! ed tii: name of the Purser Lyt'kPiraci'By- I .
nles of Cotton for the week
Lowiiier Sir Cj."Muir.ix ending
\aciiur. Lud I relate to the affairs of Greece alit! tney are Captain and Olficers of tne Piratical
} vessel -
', M!. Courieuay auJ Sir; H.Haiu not ofn.'ur'i consequence. It i iil suppo.ed vvhifh Mill no douot lead to their aipretie&I.hmh thc following accoun I! .lout iith: amounted to 9900 bags inclu-
I -li- 3150 uplands, at 6 to 7d. with lo.at
l&ne iu the Cabinet.fii. that the Poile will enter info a neg-iriitii and punishment.Cornelian. (.;ivs ihe New York Daily Advrns- g
H.j.: seats 75- ; 1000 Orleans, 6 to g a 8J 950 Moils
I with the Greeks, and that iuiiie satisfactory _. i il would th.tt is ; -
"-i 1)) seem niracy again
!> at 6 to 7J, and 20 Sea Islands. O22CJOO /
Hon. \
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.- R:1l;; esey Fit7ci.M i! terms may te agreed on. In ronolwratiiui .-Tl-e account of the Great 1 in active exercise in lie Southern bags Sea I land offered auctiou

'poLcn ;f-as PresiJeui of ihe Hoard t .,which, a 1 letter from Par dat,il Hit11 liatile.t if-oitfd[ as basins taken place kt"-. > at '
: C'is and is 'dbpj.ived in acts of the on the 13th, 900 were sold At reduction of
c' nui: ', but nothing! is yet bcfdeel.! hit. states, that llna'tum Pncha, t.as aton 1'\ eeii tin- lU.b.1'1 las ;'mid '1'uiks if sid Ii, IK hoinhlu If 1 the : to Id per pound. About 2000 bales Cotton -
I ? :rthconie to a determiirition > 1It'OCI- a fabrication st-e 'latest fioui "'> most dest-ription.
TinCiiitf Secieiaryshiji of Ire- J alt' j'or the evacuation the Murea, ".ii'\ I under out Foieign; head. Lugland, (.jovernnicnt of havana arc so weak were sold ou the Hih, at former prices.

Liiii, \. t. chhjs been resi;netl hy )ir. t't at C'ltnmissione" are appointed i- meet : be able such Philadelphia, July 19.-An active'business -
as nut to ; to punish a- has been_ doing in this article though-

\V. Lr lHbi is s.i.d to have been oiTer- Itiin.that mFrtiriill Hopt-ii are v.-t still be) entertained settled! \\ ii in i die|Franci Porte Legislative Council.: : tnicious crimes as that here mention-. out the week, and sales of all des'ripti"amount ,\

d to Mr. Fidnkldiid I..c'Yi'Ww de- : to about 1350 bales of which 43U
ELLCl10\ RETUUNS.1st d l let them ;
depraved to
Hud Iuuia.-Standard.TULSDAY. e or so as p.isj>
dined >t. ']:. Lumb saccesi.or is'. I i' f Disnutr, .td"'l. ALII.C TTOf. unnoticed the island is in bad hands, pre Alal-ama! lctsinIerior to rOO d- tIII

umu'd. I 1 Vlix.ii-nl:, l"l .Ilil. U . p ; ; r I
;olyei 'm l' J.f.; 'r, :\ I .tt.Lcd'i; ; J') 1:3Tut.,1 : ami it' cnndrion must, ueiore long, I ILwrome \-.baina! at 11] cl 12 ; 4.jO"unh Carolina.
An "' -A
efficient under .J
appointment: ) tuenew ------- depurate in the extreme II ac 12 ; and 50 %oat I-2&; with 80 do. Ten _
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AdiSinisiraiuin: was ofteied toMr. I 14i 131KKWARD Oltrd es of the description here mentioned nessetinferior, at iO. The whole it 4

\\ Hoilon J ,\ bich IJt' has clcclincd. will loubtt'&s! the and r> itlos.Baliinzore.
L. DRAKE, and PETER ALB.1. attract attention -
'{ he Di.ke ci 1 \' made' July 19.-Virginia per Ib. 10
tooi ;ii fsH'lInof? are tfu-i ?fore duly electtl lo icprcsent ofmir Government, as well as
all Uiilan.1. fair lOall Louisiana
qnal.
i in tit* House of this County the Legislative Couucil ; ; :
anLil : ypvech 1 those ot other m.jrilimp i nations ; anda I 13a 14 ; North r..r..hod.lOlI.ll ; Tennessee .

Luid>, in suppott of the: bill j for granting at its ne\t session UAUFORD L. COT-. iidv.il torcH sutficient to extir- H a 12 ; Alabama It a 12 ; Florida 12.
'. TuX, Lij.., wo undei stand, Has not a candidate -
a peusiou lo .'1-. Canningfamily.t I --= -
tllo'e I --
rnffian -
; ar.vt H is "";U that at the Precinct pite; i Mood-thirsty i >, "
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; hs'.d .'t ins I."u.rIH.'n were no votes !iven. should be placed on their cruizing"ground .
!?.:<.! frin Er.!..iJ.-Ly tb i packet I .
I Mr Cottonvitliout I ben. a candidate 'iiii' '
s'uip Nework? C:1;t. l t'rI.1.t New ,
: has ct'lv-t'd .lime scattering votes of I
\ci k. Lou.han to the 1S' .June
paocra I
expectable number of his f"lIowiti-., Eitrnrtnfa letter from a gentlemanat ._
Iblii .
L.vcrpeullJ the l; I.1nc ale
Zeus, vviui.ii i is a llixiteting evidence of their! \r' 3'IJ
Havana to Ids in
ref 1't"I.Tilt' .. correspondent I l 11 ;
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t-uctm.
K ;ssin bulletin, turns out to be a this city, dated July 3d 1828. :
AUiiUST 12t IH .
f.irjr), devised probably by speculators Water Work.*!.-\Ve understand that the "The conversation of the whole I Port Or t'e\\3 atoht.i
the Xocks A letter from Berlin .f the 1 1Br.arJ _
HI I'erite Sans Peur.aval. -- -- ,
i \ldcrniMi. on baturdriy last passed -. city i is directed to one topic ; it engrosses --
3: June. su.e-.th:t t.e:: Nurcmburg Gd7t I ENTERED.
t'i Urdiouoce .to establish an Aque-
whic'i the bulletin taid I I all our present thought, and August 6// .-Sclir. Victoire New
.te. troni was to \L : :j dnct C lupany'' in this City ; but that it Caro
have b"en copied, conUineJ no .uuhclc rL1- I has chills us wili, horror. Perhaps in a- Om-.tiis Asst">Ted Cargo to the Master .
The U. S. Schr not yet been signed by the Mayor.
It h also said thai Vitii a. fe\\' h'g- I CiHAMvas. W K Ll'TlMEUE } We are not acquainted with time features of trocity, the act i is without .i parallel. flh.-Schr Amwiiii; flMtcli.Ncw Orleanr..
:q. ComtnatiJcr left this Fort I Assorted .
of dale, ..iid it i is of I carg-o tll Ma t.r. '
e& UHiyjcK t were copy | this bill;! but there can be no doubt that a The French Packnt trading fromr -
OIl.\ cruiz, on the 21t July' ult. 11//i.- Schr. Thorn. Keilly, New Orleans
kn 1,1; (.ffi.j..i !u'Ictia of a eres of en.ggrLLiLI. I Company incorporated for the of
and I ime U S. Sfiin HOHS-ET, ALEXU.CLAXTONK.sq. purpose ra Cruz to Bordeaux, was attackedby Assorted Cctrg o' to Campbell & Foster.
T: bc-luccn the lluaaUIlS I jsupplvi. our Citizens wilh Water at theirI
Coiiuituiiticr sailed; un I off the Colorado, about CLEARED
'J url I' tor4..i r wa.Ezzr&.fld ro. I own doois would be nf great public utility, pirates,
the hit August tn'tt.; crui ztll !ong the of and soul I August -Sclir.Maria, J. McC. Baker .
1111lti the ilyy
) -A .biit Council va- held: J highly acceptable to every inhabitant beginning every

on toe IJ?'I h, at winch Sir Yeasty FiUjer. ccnst as far as Appalachicola entered of Peiiaacula. We know of HO object wnich on board, mounting to EIGUTY-THRCE I Appalachicola Assorted Cargo to Order.
this Port her British Ship King Richardson
or George,
return on Sunday last .
ld ock ilh for frst would ke awl
sioat the tiaic, asPrsJtrut more deservedly: popular, all death consoled
in to They
lUt.UIit. We unJeistaftd she bro'Jght.. put Cdmpeachy. Ballast by Muster.TWENTY .
o? Uu Courd Trade. 't : tru.t that it ,'ill become a Law.V'e will I --_-t----_
of old Spaniards who had --- - ,
new. entirely -
notmng
TCJJIi", ijucstiou came before the notice this ubjcct: Anther .in our uexf, audstionl.f
11 -use ._'! Lords on the S'.h June Alter I '1 he Broad Pcnnint of Com. KIDGCLUY -I the Ordinance Approved, 11ft d we with them their hole. wealth, which I DOLLARS -

atc ot.deta1e. their Lot .hips ud.J was ttui&ted on board the U. S. Sup: I favoredith a copy, it shall be laid oefore is eatitmted in specie, plate! cochi- HE

ir-.l Un the 1'Jiii after another dis>. i.\ ad.c:, 'wIOKtH: Ut"DD r. ". umm..iIJcr, I. our reudtra.COMMUNICATION.. I noal, indite, ffc. at a million of dollars. I Il WARD.or
on ImivJay Jaat Ttii
Ci.v h. 11,0 I r.-suiuiiun: ftoni the Cum- I i..st. --- -- I l After completing the robbery, I f. -' Iit Tell .

r.I NS rejected by a majority of 15. I I..I& ; r di;. ) .n the 25ih of July -
scuttled and sunk the packet.'Htitn'dt1ity .
*:.It''I' .a14-iing this umavoruble issue it Arrival of the Natchez.On _. they I I i4 .. from the subscriber,

\:1 .., :: t\'C..r, generally thought that Thursday ta.t. the 7tn cf Aujo>:. --y I shudders at this barbarity I I'J-1 ... ... :. ..! A

Ca' l..I".c: qUt tJ'n ::11it jAl'CU gtOUlI4.Ti :. ; inst., rtinvert MI thu [,urr. ti' Coned Suites* For the Pef1SaCd'L l;mse Itf-. i ; but .hc can yet furnish a beiter I Small Dark Bay horse .

t' "Htt"XjCCi.t..i": 'Utra tt .ht' pug 'St.jp .NAICKEZ, LiEOHGC BUDD; E. Looking over a late Number of the Ga excuse t for those who, fiom the business i. I -

of 'r 1.i: .11' t.llH to a third reading, ludLngtund. Commander.: Irarn a cruize upwards of zette. 1 DO-iced RII anonymous commuuc of tbeir early lives, or the force I black mane: a:>d foretopy aged about six or _

t, ,t'li The E\atnii.tr sa} t, two mom.it, Jhrt North aide of Cubu, tion on (he iuterestir.g- subject of "FiirK bud strike such I seven -'e"1'A. Lso.dc .

to ._ d.r.i.1J proved a ready vehicle t'urrnij. aivl .ix (\fi\i :rna ..fftiie Morw Castle. and Flirtation," which i suppose, from the I continued: example, I \ LIGHT BAY [hORSE;

Cu' \ luuntb against A free comtiier- Officers and Crtvv all well. higltlv' finished style of its composition,and .i blow at society, than the misjudging; -, white mane, and both .

c. -v.tr.tr' The disraie i called tOe Dengue, whick the delicate and refined feeling manifested and bribed {;uotrnmcl1t1olJo tolerate ; hind feet white-aged a-

Po. : u/.-Irnportant new was daily has ra,:.j witn such prevalence throughout throughout the production must imvefnia- in quietness; such acts-tolerate themso ; bout four years. Should
the Weal Indies! nated from the pen uf no ordinary judge of I .
< beginning to
i'-c Vleuiu I Eagbn.l lro,:& lliis country. subside at Matanz.xaand was Havana. uch w Uers. From it is derived H strong l far, tint the captain of the. Pirate the Horses prove to have been stolen the
I
Ma-q's uc- ran: U..t hd .lef Lou.jr I stood with the utmost effrontery near ahove I'f'wartlI'ill be given for the
-- The it-port of the Fiencli vac et. from confirmation of MM opiition, I bav long i apprehension
"Vtl
: ; .. .
F..Iomh. !his I
nti
Uwilv.to cmJrnitf L L u' L I. I ofthe thief If
bArk. \er | Ciuz bound to Bordeaux, having suu n nt to cneosu, mat tfiuuieb na.e no I I me a few ilav.s since in the most rJ u- strayed a reasonable

I fltclke. Irwiu charged the linlis.i vuiu Gurient an uupurtmt' been takeu by Puates, and all on board right TO attempt to please Ge "ttt&nt'u, by I lie resort in"the city. I I compensation-. will. be ra4e.

Dun to murdered, has proved to be incorrect. A reiideiiog themselves intere&iiuj, learnt I I Eli Aclkinson.
Miguel. I agreeat t "The circumstances. s luve: been
:
few bleor in ot loe
way objects
djya after leaving Port.her crew mutinied any I
'lIte Little River, U'wr0e CQ Aa, f
dtcidcd ccurse adopted by the at night, & murdered all the-Officer, Indeed it a, highly iudtcorpus_ fyr single from a fisherniausc5zyd by ihe. pirates 4lH'2B.-2Z-2!. 5
11&Jqtls A"go .
s '.c I'almciU tnj alt the reprc.v"llrtc except the Boatswain and all the pnnseager Ladies to presume convert ,i(1i Gentlemeu to-serve as a pilot. Ho was landed -

\ be EmPror f.Jf Hr.zii:, by on boaid amounting to between ei rh in aoy manuer ; but when they go an uninhabited k \v ; nnd from \OT1LtfE ,
[) tne aulUorily of Don far. to smiles witU tliir.faciiia- upon .
Mitjuel, ty and an hundred. She was said to nave so as mingle
nct' (':1lu'ptu.n or the J'U)al !glUt)', had upwardofThree' Hundred Th.luxandhollars ling chit 'that, and make'al1a4o, J* tu the thence taken by one of II. 13. Majes I TUB Citizens of Penacolu ..

I 1I 1 :Ck1JOW1eiging that of the Oportu in specie, beside Fifty Thousnud subject Matrimony, I set theu dawn a* ty's schooner lie mentions that lA lHrl; the Public are respectfully

Jurta, Ijj!| dou'jtitis pro-Juce liia over. Dollars worth of Cochineal on board ; mere Flirts Jesigned{ only ta captivate and there were several females nd children I!. infol'Ml.eti.thtt the fast sail ng

throw. iLe L1lenpnte2itiiries ensnare, and forthwith 'reiiie fioia theirpreunCl" rMl-rt Boat, U. B. CharnberLin.VIM .
.Ltdt of Don principally belonging to her passengers, on hoard, who, )like tho cr wand
onlhc 1vth uf JUlie who were old with dignified disgust. i wilt between this Port anj Mobileregularly
ad r :bed a Spaniard leaving the coun inhumanly butchered. ]
Ll1Cu&r: to tlre ;)cCl&ve UI".lza..n:; kg.ttiuiiiy try.' Cue of the mutineer hud been taken It is becoming fashionable Do,'. .tIays'or "males were. I I once a week, during tiie um- .

turup t dotted 3.t biiu01. and committed to prison nt Sr. Jago de them. to display their proficiency in polite! flier season. R. HRUiK, _

Ih l.h c:;')' )1tli.SeJ\6cr Ilf the 16th Cuba ; aud htid coufosed the facts. One Literature, to sing, dance, ptiiut, Ufc His The above statement has been confirmed J Master..

&Lr41 5\SlJttIt hk.uwu lo ihe prgrs other has been lit St. Jago, left that place tory. Geography, Astronomy, Chemistry, by l lette'rs received ut Norfolk WOT ICE :

be Portub'al, W toijd not at all for PhiUdelphiff, aud bat been pursued ; it ''Bo'tatny, and-the likr ; to criticize the pn- which add the following "

.l.rpl't.J it t l'rerb .a .ether &Uart i| expected he will be taken. i tf nions of gentlemen to the s the acqomplKliments LL persons indebted to -me- by Note
tLrc.u afterwards
b l.1 Ptlai 1I t *' can I I The Freud& lit VigiUmt; of Havre, has and nut unfreqnently (o' blush "The pirates captured;,,1 or Huok Account, are requested tnuke & _

t "leuouut: that D.r.r'ML j1 flal hi been onkhore near Key Vacca*. Her Commander at their ignorance, and laugh at their tiu-: an American schooner from Xagua payment to Col. S. G* es, who is

Ir.t.ll .;.irne7--ScV: : bdrid. lauded Thirty two Thousand Dol- : allof-vhich u uii .ufferaule Cirta- i bound to New York, with several II IIi I my Agent and Attorney', .during my akscncc .
I hats on one of the tibn and cal! i for uoitfcd enmgies -
'. .iAI Keys ;afterwMids the I loiidly the lads on board, 'ho'crc going thdre fro.Ti Pensaco'a. -
\l.Cltt" p &IIJ TcS Bri floated herself l but of the friends 'of bttsitdness, to
pa' l-- ( wan surroundedwith tingle
. _i nu: ; I.ke hi for their educatiou, and cut all their .. Samuel. Patterson
Ui:" shoal water wheu defend the4rsnks, from its destructive iuflurnce. ,
tt"i1lo1 ': ...lif< TLtukri. two men went to l ;
kiior vessel bavn le 91i3l.THE .
14lh
throats
tier *Miuncc, and look her into K eyVac- This o.I June ,










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(A.)) 1 peresnilly appeared this day V
ClS. ,
SALE. V MATIINH DEPOT > \,'\)\ '\-" I FAn "' of a Declaration to be made by the.> attorney named in the foregoing .i tI'

1'l sAfoI.A NAVY Y.11U'I, -5 relief of certain IiUr\'i\'in Oflccl's \ e attorney and made oath that p n
tle Offia-rs.
THAT pleasant and desirable 18th 1828. act for of the Rcvo- I I' the *
**
July of the Army "
Ik' Intendeucia street and Soldiers For the purpose of obtaining the benefits -h was not given to him by reanon Qr--lt -
dwelling on received the
(MI will be by lution. of-an act entitled "An for the ': transfer, or of any attachment '
act relief -
I i'. Bowie. For PROPOSALS Senate and 7/ai/wj j It't
..1LJbe1ongng to Major until the 1st September by thf ;
, Be it marten ? seizure legal
by
of of certain surviving; officers and sol- any process wb1tevoP
fith: : terms, which will! be made moderate, the Post with Fifty of IMC United State .. ;
next, for furnishing of Rejre8eiative8 I| : the therein authorised
That each dieM of the Army of the Revolution, ap- pay to heed
apply to Cords of good Oak (Black Jack) Wor.d, .Jimtnw in vnigrtiaattcmbMt that the said .
but is
the 15th of lR2B pay
Mitcihril.i of the of the t proved or. May, 1, -, intruded
Robert Yard at suchtime officers army
u !o be delivered at the Navy of the survivirg enure wholly to the
personal
. the Continental line, who of-.n the county ot -, in the State V D ttte
10, 1K28-18-St. as may be required by Commanding Revolution the the whom the said
en July the resolve of o( --, do hereby dcchre that I was an person by pOWtrcr
half by
O icer.
pay 11
was entitled to hundred officer in the Continental Line of the Ar-1 executed.

! f ---i .' A11A TL'im \\ Ii.c'_ Lindsay, October twenty authorized- r"t! feventeen to receive, out my of the Revolution} and Ben eel as such j I I Witness my hand; this -- day Of""
- and "*
I9.'f.Lieut.. Commanding. eighty, be the not otherwise (here insert, to the end of the war, or (as i in the year -. %
recct'IlCE'f. the Treasury
of in
any money amount of his ft ull the case may be) to the time when the arrangement Before me, -. [here insert tithe
L Subscriber: nt the head POST Or DEPARTMENT > the
ICK appropriated Jtwtice of the Peace or otber *
f fthe provided by the Map
rankin Army
his
; t of Escambia Hay, a Negro June 7 duly administer
third lesolves Congress of the 3d and 21st of otthiT
the
otiJo fellow, who sayt lie) is free will be rece ved at this i the lin- to beginvith the of-, In the '* *
M County Stat
carried into effect ,
and hrvs h'.red! himself. as'I' PROPOSALS until the l-*t of Octol cr hy of ""rc'h, me thousand eight hundred October, 17HO, was : appeared, this or.
continue during and reduced ur.dci that arrangement,] at 1 personally day, )
apt ;
Mail to
such : calls himself next, fur the Conveyai.ee ot the und twt'n yix.. : -, of the aid county, who did ;:
in the
Mobile Ala. and 4.Providctl, That, which period I was a rei' It
week between his natural
thr.cp
n I I ly' make oath, that -, by "bona)
If iment ofthe line. j'
.1 ," Orleans in Steam Hoats-ihemuilto under this act, no officer shall be entitled] g tbt
,
: I' : t ff Yf( New declaration was snbscr .
t foregoing
,
f 30 than the full And 1 also Declare, that I afterwards received -
.t.5' .f within
be rarrie l from City to City to receive a larger sum pay generally reputed and belieed
:!!\-';' p.nd says he tin" lived Washington City, h hid hours ; and the serxice comrrcnce on of a Captain in said line. a certificate (commonly railed a !: I been an office in the Armv of to IL'

at the Indian Springs in Georgia. I the ht ofovcnibeiar.d continue four Sec. iJ. And be farrier enacted, That, commutation certificate) tor a sum equal ; j lution in manner as therein the Re**

: ; Said Negro, i5 very hIck, five fert six : ye4r whenever any of said l officers has received to the amount of five years' full pay ; Witness, hind this stllt d.

,,;p' .: or eight inches high, and has a scar on of the" United States, m a pensioner 'which sum was offered by the resolve of nty -day of. ,

the left cheek. lie wishes to goto the --1 MEW: VOLUME;, money, since the third day of March, one Congress, of the 22d of March, 1783, instead in time year- I

;i : t'fr- Jsortb as soon *S the month for which I EMBELLISHED UAHTERLY WITH AN ELEGANT thousand eight: hundred and 1 wen'.y- is, of the half pay for life, to which I [Signed]

t, ,:.ij:; have hired him M completed ; but, as J I E NSUAVIXG. aforesaid, the sum so received shall be was entitled under the resolve of the 21$ I, -. Cleric in the of state the Court of--oftbe COlt

,: 't= think he is ft runaway. '.I shul! endeavor I deducted from what aid officer would, of October, 1780. tyof--: drthtra,

i\'Mr, to hire him fur a longer period, to gihi: Ie''l 'i (111( .: tl it l' O ''I otherwise, be entitled to, under the first And I do further declare that I have received certify affidavits, thatbefore: who-n the rQrt

:' ; :owner opportunity to get him.Andrew section of this act ; and every pension to. of the United States, as a pensioner going were sworn. wali. at th

"Tl: .' P. Simpson.Pensacola : And Ladies7 Literary. HZf"tte: winch said officer is now entitled, shall since the 3d day of March, 1826, [here time, [I Ijere insert either a Justice of th!
(
Peace or other Magistrate, duly
'jor. Lc.tlrc.s of this act. insert, no or (as the case may be) t"T\rO'r,
;.. ) 25th Jnl lS'28OtC Vtvuftd to the Jlcllcs fine I erase 1lfter \lie passage money ed administer oaths and
to ,]
.'.,.....1.!'. > Arts, Music, Drama, Massing I I i Sec. 3. ..?;/ .r.Ir. t"\ '" u surviving non-commissioned[ officer, !! tilejilit.: cl States, since the 3d day of
'ii r: 1 e-wv i )' ,, I fcvnits i}'{ C; $?(. I j: every niH ;;ician, or private, in :tid army, who March 1828, the diiin of -dollars, paidto In testimony whereof I have t reuntG

m O.the 5ti! inst. a I PRINTED BY GFJORGB .l*. Nonius."Ilerr enlisted therein for and during the war, me by th* Agent h r paying pensions set my hand, and affixed the t

xj:?*> ry,' boy, who calls !j j i It:'] continued in its service until hi termination i in the State of -..3Signed I [L. s.] of the -aid Court, this -daj
vt H IB> d shall ; Iis E t Ie --, in the year --. Vi
IBt'CiJluT' b'niself. I young grnins \\in.: : : fligl-t j :nd thereby became entitled to [ ]
*lt'* ':H -h (from his !K, ol
mc3
(:
---- D'w-clrups shaking i< Signed
icccive a reward eighty dollars undera P.efore me, Jhere insert, Justice
William White I .
1LL Lib t ----- .-. ,-- I' re olve of Congress, passed May fifteenth / sfthe Peace, or other Magistrate, duly 1C-1w. 2m. .

. Jt SIXTH VOLUME of the Mirror I hundred and empowered to administer o.iths,] in the
was seventeen seventy CO.Jl.Jl !; /
' Sl' ,t he i b* one old. about five rTHY. lCI.lflU'PEL.
., twenty
years
SHJS L
( '. on the TWELFTH DAY eight, shall he entitled to receive his full! county of-, in the Slate of -, peroiially -: .
: .i. fcet four or five inches higli: has a scar T31 HIS House, lately occupied
.. ot JULY. As the plan of embellishing monthly pay in said service out of any appeared, this day, -, and- by Maj'r
his left hand and he did JL TH01AS'RlGu'r
on belongto
says tills publication'.h appropmt;' engraving's '- I in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated o the said county. who did, severally, was apened 6j r. '.
I to the money the 16th of .
a
by name of'Saiidy King, the
person February by
I is under.tiond and believed to be altogether -I ; to begin on the third day of makcorah, that --. by whom the foregoing Subscribe- 4who
f GeorgiaIudian Springsand now deceased : pf'clfully solicits share
a of !
the ', and }hundred and declaration SIb cricd.! is the Pa
t thousand
It ino acceptable correspond March, one eight WS ? gene-
r Said Negro ran away about a mor.t'i' since \ tmnage of'time Public. All, which folcalitics
the
better with the refinements of ius !I' l believed have been Ii
: and during to
: twenty six, to continwe ally reputed an>
r from the heirs of the deccastd, a-d made afFord, shaH be
studiously
: his to this City. I socifly and the improvements i i'l tie; aI I II natural' life : Provided, That m. J. ,&i-I|Ian I officer in the Array of Revolution, and attention devoted to the provided ,
way l\
every
.. .. If., F. T. I I public taste, thin any other it will he 2 -1 I cr/nirissioucd officer, musician, or private ; ih nI:1l1nef\5 therein stated.Witness J comfort of those who will favour theH qU ttlllf, 1

; Commyns.Pcnsacola I heud to. 'J he generous patronage l.c in said army, who is new on lh. my hand, this day of-, wish a picference. oje
't.1 July 1st. 3828-16tf. stowed the work added to shall l b in the ii
$ upon r.'itnr-j ]>eiisi-.n hit of the United States, .vear -- Anexcellfnt Bilfi.ird Table, attached
1.Ir4r' rOils evidences of liberal sentirrcnts anri entitled: the l benefits of thia act. [Signed] to
the establishment
:i :!:' KEA-STOKKS, &C. I{,'kind feelings emspatintr lron; pc.T.-s orj I Sec. 4. Jlnd bs further eKfirte'J, Thai I, -, Clerk of the Court of the County building will contribute, occupying to amusement a separate r;

.
witli. "Lf
; .Q. T| IIE Subscriber has just received per :I both sexes who are a'ike' iji.,m nisned the pa ato'te.1 by this r.t shall, under of -, in the! S'u'e of -, do hereby out interfering with the good order, J
I iaj
f.I. :.., F.lizubeth from New Ot ile.. ns,-ma- ::I :Tor their: atfiinmei.ts in polite Memtuie, t Ihe elil ection ni the t-rretary of the TreaPisry. II certify, that -before whom the fore- quiet of the House, and private partieicn

-' b 'king his assortment of Sea Stores vei; I'. and for theJ.tfI''Itdg'e of tire fine aits I he paid to the Oflicer or Soldier; t'l1.tjOt',1 PToing affidavits were .worn, was, at the be always accommodated with a distinct f., r..

tfi.j.1";'".,4t''. complete : are j)0\venv! ip.nives to lilt ii.ol peri i! i lit rein, or to thcirauthori/ed '..utjinev I time, a [here iniert. Justice of the- Sitting room. ,

( 'i''='" Macaroni In bs'-krts SC\lwg'; t {Forte t. deserve a ic\vaid and t at such pl.lcc5tnr1 di:;s as the &tcvr'ary f'enc.0, or oilier Magistrate, duly empovtred There is on the premises, one of ttutbnt ",

1: ;i4,i:;;:: Vermicelli in boxes V I I distinction ?o t't'alhll't.! ;. may dirNtlIcl that no f.Jn"g'! [I u> Hdministcr oaths] and duly emj Stables in the place, where Horses shullbestrictly

.'R..;."I1" ': (iniycre cheese \\ e ale Breath fl.itlettu both with the I 'HicHslnll I be cr-t'-tled to raid pay ; r.oi j j f powered to administer oaths. attended to.

;' olD\ Falle graase do. J I I number and cliai.tc.ter ot t "unv'i.rr'; > .I.d! ;' -tl a llany Ofiicer oj.Soldier; ixcuive the I In testimony whereof:: I hve hereunto JOHN GARVIER.

h! ; I TJaisins, Prunes. AlmomlsCl.ampaigne I i curresjioiidtiits. \\ C CC1ull l einiicrali !p 'nit-, until he furnish to siid Screlarysvtibi'actury !:.t lilY bar'! and aifixcd the sep.lL.S

:., It;.::,"t'f!. WineFamily : laitY" 110 rtidr amon! tIfi 1:1 cur evidence that lit: is entitled to I EI [ ] of$ the said court, this day L'Etzts,

', :. .'JOllr !;JrouiiUy I trr hvn'u a u.l leaii.i.-'i-,, ..icL n j i tlc s.ine in confoniiit) to I tne provisions of -, in the year Poard per Month, $25

'J.J.II ". fo dn halfbbls.ugar 1''I I..iall| be our t.(1 plcttMir*.' to 'ti< iiiMi I ,of this! act; t< lijtp:-\ alioxved b) tins act ['iXn-d] I Pay Hoarders, 20
I .p
.., ..;.... ,, C. CorT'ee, Pall, PorkWackerel j I I't' I then: \; th a 'ar(;.) \\ hici tluill: C'.MitiuMe to slinll not in ;uiw .\ he U\.u->'erable, erj"hlt' (B.) Dinner 75Ilrraltfast

::;p t. J, ,n'l. 1, ant)J.-o. ? I I I mt'rt: tlii'ir prottction and favour. 1depetuL j to iitticlniient; hs v. or s"I..lre. b)- r',rir nf a ]'c1aracou t') te madj it rl.e I or Supper 374

ltt.; Superior G
'1-' ;.. Best Cincinnati covcrLd-IIases I Ott.iIV bv.'sto\vcd, and so vtiy'uetakc :4(1.' )t--IIe-j'' enuretlioliyto \\i\ia' pl'r .cjn'd benefit o} tt'.i! J'lirtiti' per month 20

:t ;; Middling Bacon, & the ol : I the the .Per -acola, February 20th, 1B28
(. .c. o.o'tmwr| a\'l. r", Ojfirt-r oi boidier <-ntUcdtu same I'on lie of obtaining! the benc- 'ar- -45 f
purpose -
; 'i. Julius :Jv'.c lin\ e t-njr.'gfcd the per* cl several! I} oy tins 1C't. ;
;: Prscuy.Pensacola : I*I f Ii' o; *'.".f act for the relief certain survixi.u F. 11. NlfcJB.fir -1

f't': ';r';,. 25th. Febyr IG28-: -tr. I ;Ventif.trenMo: :re' well kilo\ II MI tlll'i j j S"-. o. Jut: .''C furhrr cniuteilt TIrit ;' o'h'cers and soldiers of the; Armof ,
..r....::; __!_ .. I! Jreiavy w 01 hJ. :p.d whose provli.ctions, uHe -t L KGS leave to inform his Friends and
sr-ir.r.ch acc 1Il"li the Ihe Revolution the
'" f4' "II i i.t sidpay :4. : hy approved on 15.h
) :2 .: LA isi;: ) .kb1ir\ .; J) : I pel.winded I ill I I P'ipar; l l"\ }.;.>int to. the third U former Customers, that he has n.
:.' i f1 r-n..iono of Miisrsct. bi-Jore: 11:1i i may, 1828, I -, of -, in the count -
4' 0 : ;::k THK Mibscnbcis have opened an of ;: fit-.- f'Uiire 1''gt' ol the vui I.z. W e, iho.c- j|!I ni ',!.-.icii, t'i;;;i'.':jn huudi-fd and twent\-t::| 1 oi -. in the State of-, do hereby commenced business at his Old Stand, '
1 : f t&el lth,- tii'iesi: coJiiidcr.cc I where he has for sale .
.,t, :r': tor the purchase.rid snjc (,', <-ie btatin! ; ''..'.!it.-. >nu'l I l bv p'-id to the Officers and ; I declare, that I enlisted in the Continental: J a very good assort.ment

i.:, :, -t'.,0:, 1.lnlls:1t St 'g.istiic, in the !'IIt."--,' formerly -:).. 1l i':it oui'-iicret 14:1,' \olutr.o ; \vi! sirjar; ; .10 iljl I Tj enii-i! to the srinif, a:;; soon a: !i: Line of the Alrnf th Revolution, for ofFresh .

t'r:]' .. 1 occupied I b} Cot. Porr.itiltt the tlaf'' winch: !i\'e preceded liie'.p.V :. ":'.Y I he, in the lfotnnt.'rnd. under the :!(1- j i.and during llie war, and continued in its Seasonable Goods ':y
I \ !: couth west corner of the : CUI', is i-rs before m 'n.iored( and tile .s'Tvice until its termination
0 '..'r public soinre.:! ; pay ; at which Received by the latest arrivals ftomNtrV .A
. ''I'j. here persons desirous to acf.nniph.-h! cither nIJ'|" pi.tte e.grauafS-wlCI! ; : : :*.! '; of a : \. iticii I shall!I ;iccrue attorjiuid -'a\', shall I I ;>u I p' I ;aI I TVS.S a [:sei-jjea, Corp'l1'atu- -,vk and Philadelphia. -<

:i,,' l.--; purchase cr sales ot i eal! estate, are 1 I .IIPCI.O!. ki'1..1Ia\ oj tin iisll q--ii-toKi/i i !pal.I:I seii.i-aiinuAlty; !t in like JI :IIcr, &nJi I ician, or 1'rirati', as the case may bon 3,"$ and 4 Point Blankets "-,
.
&H: *. I leave I 1'L. (!;.> r r.. r! executed: I bour in<)'>t
' r. : requested o their con'muvds. i uniicr the hauic I CtJlta11's in the
prosinus Company rej 7-4 and
': ;'" ',:' residence' I -1 iiY! ;1! :i .-s! .-,: -:"..,//,' /or t'n; ..:'..k, an.l 1 i 8-4 Striped DuffeM Blankets
: 15 A long in the Ttir A. S-Tl-VI'.NSO.V of tv!
.' .w tc ry (Il! I I, "inif lit hue. And I also fled 1 bale superior He'hitn"v: do
Vk..I.I;l t;:':_': t FiondiS h.-s enabled the Hjlsrriler: io I ] I ('.W71't !''l'O'Jnil' (! ini w,!' l/t-. I Snccr! ofilsc Hon-e ot 1.'(''jrl' entati\'e5. : ire that: : I afterwauN received a certifi- 3 bales White & Drab

'IC'r..''''.".. V become ir.tirratciv. arqnainti d \\itli neir- I T:1II'; !i; :;'to view. MIL' numoer of vila-, s. S nlf, ; ,rf tor tin* reward of eighty dollars, to and FlushingsRttic
t"t\t.. : bc! prti! i'.t!ii- '.,!!!..: iUhntijc ('t'ynatl'I' "-1 I I. '.',1 c.c. I black imperial cloth; bJc!
:
J
I',: : '4i : nil the I individual t claims to land in lisi p: '- ]r- 't of ,1 l.( ?iviit". rrcj tempore.Aj.pMivei. ;i v.-f!:.l.:1: I uas (Ttitit'\l. ur fitT a resolve of! nd nit \ .
.. ....." I district I! Mi i:' J", :.tl.vii .o tt! tl'..1i."I! the ". ..._' ,. : crfssimeres ; S:1h netts, assort- ,
" ; :'r \vellasto their titles, J location.qualities .*-, .! -1 ;":|' \1.:*., IJ- a.j : '_'O.T1'C ;:, ]pt. .t'l the 15lh cf May, 1773.A'lt'1 i.'.
:. {: and rein, ,. I j !nuj.er/ and tii {\;! :t1 : 1) ie 01( uo i..c- j ; super super and common Fane?
j JOHN .
QL'tn. \ MS.TnKAuu7
.; ;i- ,. c d'ie And l tIi(' ;isjrreasiu : h't.er! declare, that I wu not.oii prints 7-8 and 4-4
; Irish lincr.s lis ,
: r.ufcj.i, it Jb I'.r ul'J ,
t'sv liI.n ;
:. .-i. .I. .." 1 :tl'pl'l; : \'ons u :'..e, f"r 'n'orutu- I rjy c'l.caj-c.'t; |< )rI'.-.1T': ':.., > I I tile ri'trritii ri.y of Match, 18:18, on the lawns dimitics 6-4
I. "-, I : t'.t Li.iti Stuti-s. \\ ol II kol a s'ci.il .r i ; ; super fancy i ir.b'
up. ; : lion, hom t-vt-rj p-iri: rt tilt United "jiniUiore ?-,, I Aia i ;) .r' :, 1_..J'Y.;. 5 I t'cii.-.ion Li.t ot the United states. I : ants :
flt-
whitcyelow. red and
clr'c: :' j.-ubHsf.vu i'l .il Cal' iiiMum ii- ;
l' green
',' .
J..lt.t" fspeciully_ it-tpocting h'tr! I r r siutt. IJ. I [Signed
ncls
.. llOu.' li boiintiliiln HI'lI"ich, TC'C'4 fr-r the relief of cf-rtuin ; black and colored bombazetti ,
J., ; J$$ bus induced them:: hdll'\'C" that an trstuhlivhnivnt (I hiipportctt; I purvtving t'iccr.s; ainl ,.oluu-rs; of the I' .fore me, -, [here insert either printed bombazetts and
j iiioie .' Salisbury filII'i
!1 tIlCS, v.
'. :":: f)! lhlS kin'Kcoui Ijclieic llu doublu the Ut-volution. nppioved on the 15th (lIV oth"r1agiltrate, nels ; spool cotton, assorted cotton baTa
;:1> uselul to tlicp.iLIic.: I \ ainoitnt lu iicaily j m ; ; r
.1t\;;' : All ordez'sdircru-d: TO them% for : I'I price oJ tiiia: j j )' !. I I o." MHV, K'28, (of whir!: the h'g' H lij uU-empowered! to administer oaths,] in beaverteens, linen cambrics ; cambneidkts
. ,. :.. copH-s I To wish copy.! : ) \''ill be earned: ,ititci eiicci UinlcrI the' : County o : .in the State of-. hdkft 'f
;. .,.,;. OrbcnT..sm: p;, or p.ma.! as ut-ll as otnerinlitrir.aiion Hies- no may more full) to( I ; ISaroge ; black Italian crape;
M.i:.'' ou the dlYt! subjectvill l he j nr.cleir-'a'itJ! th: t't.trl'l'uftlcHlIl Z ur.d I itl j the lollov.!! in.s: regiilnii'ius : personally aJpzarJ, this day, -, and flounced robe's ; ginghuI11 d.*, 'pitler Dtt\
r -, of the Said
j j ) co'niaenctheir j a'-.3'I 1 ()hcer cLiiniTftj under the artvU courtly who did severally patent threads Russia : "id
tfj ,
-l :'V_": furnibhcd;I without delay. -Lvttci-j, post rtn'iscriptions on ; l make oath that diapers, plain
i ;V-'t ;' p.,u1. directed to the Land J&ncsA;. i I If.t' I'penu: cl I a A'K\v ''ut.l'1tlt'l'liop it is I \ trantiiiit fo. the Secretary of tlu- 1 -, by whom the figured book muslins, Madras and Bflt '.

tr- I to .',:; .hut of T-ea.siny jr declavation, jircordmg to the torfcomg declaration WaS subscribed, is :ania hdkfs.,
ugulm'nc, will receive due attention. I idOjK'V } yinonj. a \ It-iy othrr I comp'y flags, figured crap
.K'i it four I'fieunto annexed ni.ircrd ,\. and j c.crally reputed and behevc'l to have dresses white .
: |! stibjens, eiuhrare:; Ute folioiving : ; brown and mixed cottosnaif ,
r.a'.: JOHN LIKis I.IAMS, ; Uui'",.H MUJUL 'I Ar.,-j-eilnrr ficti-! I each 1101H'fJ1i&lli1."i1t'd Opw, Mhsic an, oet-n: an officer in the "rmy uf the Revo hose ; white and mixed worsted aamb's f ;_:

)1,. <:* .:* AV1LL1AM II. SIMMOXij, :! (ions, or touitdcd >..U C\ ('uts of f'ilI1Ifl'! in: and! PI'-: tt, atc onlin u. the: f->nnT.a r iced I lution l in manner as therein suttd.Vitness i wool do ; fine linen hose, laciid i:: ::
FRANCIS J. rAI'IU.p'c. I( \ hand this :
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[J 1 I I theUmteo :intes ol t Aniencj.Ztr.viF.ws B, accompHnieci by the I c .rh ;?f f.vo re- m' dsvof" -.. 'i white and black cotton do., lead, sI.1e1 s',,.
]
t<::::: 27th, laar.--44-U : publications Ferigu and specialise' witnesses :I' to Ins! ittentiiy.which I in the year .. j$ and black worsted do. plain ani camblrt +'f
: H tey.t'hct'O ; o-tli 151 k? he taken hefOJ.t .Ju [Signrit
; Domestic.ORIGINAL. a .tie J cloak, furniture check, bed-ticking, sue
'. ii ; L V Col. Jos. M. 1uite. ESSAYS-on literature, morals, of the IV-acp, or ether Maoistraic, duly f I, -, (fork of tne Court of the Cnun-j J perfine cotton ehirtimc, oil I cloth?, buck

; L'elcg-ate tzoi FIDrid" lustor) v"\ age s, travels: American aritlj empowered to administer; oaths in the I ty of -, in the State of-, do certify I I bnmBazines, fancy belt ribbons black I

:: ; :Mr. Henr> S. runner, Ptiladcfnllja, I j qmties, the tint.rts, &c. .Staie or '1 cTtory in which he resides I that -, before whom the foregoing af white s'tiii, and mantuado,,54Tri4hng.84 shirt-

M4 :Doctor Brush, Vev York, I "IMALE C!I.\JucTEn-duc.l: nian- and authenticated under the seal 1 of the I fiJmits were sworn was, at the time, a- tlitmasJc, brown Jinenssuper bU rand

V ern-.rd E. Bee, Charleston, .lIeh, btaiii' ancl dress. Court of the County in n-hich the ontii (Justice of the Peace, or as the case white, plaid and striped, Haptisfc 'lJ '

Mr. Junes Wi-I'mms, Baltimore.OP AMERICAN BiooHivnv historical i!I W23 administered, as shown t in the said may !L.c,] and duly empowered to administer printed shawL and Jidkfc ; printed Waterloo : '4'.

-V ---- sketches the hv<'* ot uch persons, ofj i forii"
-. O irt : rAo1zi... both exI, as have oeconie celebrated j I Each Officer In testimony whereof, I have hereunto. ,inen gloves, linen tapes, Russia shirting l'

,,f., JOTS in the new Town of Magnolia tor their heroism, "illue, fortitude, taltr.ts, .1 i rr.issicn it in will also transmit: 1 Iii i3 com1 set my hand, and affixed the seal of mill'd drab cloth; blue & red strouds &c. ''

II. I offered for sale.' This place is patriotism: "co tc.LiiKHAKI cxst'tlCC:0 utttunnble} and I t [L. s.) the said court, this --da] of- ALSO, tt1 .
I ;1.
S'U.ated ii miles from Tort St. Marks each iion-conmiitaioned OPicer, Musici* I in the year .
on IXTELMOEACE- 4 cases saddlery assorted
notices of : ,
the I and Private, his discharge, which dccu- I \
St. Marks' river and 15 from Tallahassee. [Signed)
t I new publications.Tar. i ments, after bein.q1 t.'.I'C.l. ill f 9 ca-es Brewster's hats, aborted qua *
1 he river can be navigated to the DIUMA-comprising strictures I I ieyi> be'a (C.) ties

Town by vessels drawing 8 feet water. tic N \ -York *tat'e.DEMJLTOKT on I IIRS rctl1n been ed.lost If the corr.niisfinn or di-.ciarjc! I ;"(H'! cfa Power ef Attorney. I I 5 trunks fine ready made clothing ,:"ij
The situation i is high; ov dcstivycd he will transmit
, dry and healthy ; SLlCTIGwith occasional such other evidence Know ail Men by these Presents, thai 12 trunks ;.ulie and gentlemens' booiJ j If
pti. it has as hr tray I
two posseI
sulphur Springs in the .
'
vicinity remai k* I f. -- of-, in the of ii and stIk-s
: or can obtain { county -,
. corroborative of hs
one of which is 200 statej j -
;! PubJ.c; only yards from the ANI-Jun Es-huJl'rU i J'ttr.-irv. lstorI :: ments set forth in his dccl.ll'ltion.I I the State of- -, do hereby constitute Childrcns'sind! boys shoes; broans,&" .
said
Square.
: They are to
possess I, &c. 'ad sppolrt -, my true and lawful attorney Soal leather, calfskins, shoe thread

:. q gnat medical qualities. PASSIKO EVENTS cries Txi*:. !If the evidence transmitted, talicn in with a powtr of substitution, fur 25 keg Virginia! Tobacco
For further information of Terms &c. connexion with! that ufibideJ by the me, and in 5 boxes
'pub my name, to receive from the superior cavendhh do.
fr; apply to J. G aiid Hamlcn, S!. ,Marks POETHY--original! aid selected ; I I i lic records at Washington, be found satisfactory United States, the amount of pay now dueto Hardware I't

's-? cr Augustus Steele, Tallahassee Together with many other u.isceHane-j: !| the amount oi'two years' full pay, me, under the act for the relief of certain c. .

": : __St____Marks_________10th______August._________1S27______-__24___--_-_tf__ OilS subjects which it would be unnecessary at the rate to \vhisii the Officer Soldier surviving officers and soldiers of the Pen, pocket sportsmen and d !* <'
1 now to eIlUil., lJte. |} war; entitled, according to his rank in the I revolutionapproved 15th Mayl 5 [1823 knives ; knives and forks, carversWiItti ,

Madeira IVtncs, ( 'ordials t c. I I Having procured a new font of type for i i iI i HR", at the close of the war, or at the time 1,5 i in the- regiment of the, -] ind trd\'S ; Henning's best needles, w"1' rJl

: RECEIVED per Schr Orieans from I. the purpose, we shall occasionally present I[j;('in of lib reduction, (as the case may be,) but line of the army of the Revolution. ers and"tl'ays, plated spars, specttcfc* f( :.

.: .001' no instance exceeding the full of | I fcarpenter's tools, shoemaker's and cur
readers with such srw PIKO.S OF 'pay Witness my hand and seal l, this _
;;; 10 cases superior Old London Particular sic as may deserve, o,. account of XL'"j a Captain ofthe Continental Line, will be J day of-, in; tht"year- rier's do., stock lock, padlocks, &ff& }

.' Madeira ti>e. beauty of their composition, to be transmitted to him at the place of his re- Heultdand delivered illt ..ad tongs, kettles, sauce pans, *W9urds \
10 U Old Port Wine. preserved 1 sidenc-r, after !I I "
: : in our pages.Ve conclude by deducting thcrefrcrn the 'he 3 &c. &c.cnsaeoli t i

. 20 Cherry -Brandy, Perior. i remarking1 that so far as we have command ., amount of any pension which he may pmmSigned] [.. s.] S Dec. 7th,_1827-38-" ,. \ :
& r t have received from
20 Cordial first
the
.i quality asserted in United States -
ofrnc2n9the '
Mirror Before 'L'
sbali be V.
made me, -, a Justice of the Peace
: the cases 1 doz -each. | since the 3rd day of March 1826. 9' rHE Subscriber has just receicedPEhiabeth 1
N : to equal to any similar periudicul in Fu- He in the county of-. in the State of {
r.j' 30 UVme Bitters. mny, however, authorize any other person -, Forsyil), from Ne" r

'- $ 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. rcne.CONDITIONS. I to receive it for him ; in which case, he personally name is subscribed appeared.to this the day,-, whose. lean?, very large assortment of G ;

3 Bane b Cherry Bounce. I will execute a power of attorney, accord. of and foregoing power ries. He otters in adaition to his I tuis- ? f.
attorney
6 Half Bbls. Annisee(!, Peppermint The MIRTIORis ing to the annexed form, marked C which acknowledged the stock:-
be
same to his
published act and
deed. &
every Satur must be of 1
s.nd Cinnamon Cordials. i acknowledged before a Justice Champaigne Wine, in Caskets
day, for the Witness
proprietor hand this
r' by Daniel Fan- of the Peace my day of-
or other each
For Sale shbw Magistrate, and in warranted superiordo.
by at No. 1G3 William-street. It is the.yeur .
authenticated under the 1820.
seal of of
I the Court Brandy
F. II. Nisbet. princd in the royal quarto form on fiuc of the County, in the same CSinedJ Zante
paper, with bourgeois and brevier manner as if I. -, Clerk of the Court Currants
of the County
type. in
already
: Pen cn1a. Dec. prescribed
20.
1827. regard to declaration of 1'onchongTea .
in
-- -- Fifty-two numbers complete a volume But the State of-, do hereby ,
. f SUGAR of four hundred and sixteen no payment will be made to certify that befoie Prunes, very fresh
whom the foregoing
l\Ol.l.jERS. iryal
4. quartopages any such attorney until he hag made t Raisins
for which of ?
1 HE subscriber has for sale few an ELEGANT XSOHAVEDviuNtTTK oath, according to the annexed form I) power attorney was acknowledg Almonds .
.. 1: [ a pair '.:->AGE, and a copious moO that the which be ed, is a Justice ofthe Peace. .
Sugar Boilers, as a sample from thernnanfactory dex are given. pay isacthorized tu r-- testimony whereof Medoc Claret of 1850
Vp I have hereunto
cievc is ,
intended
and can ttipply Any quantity to enure wholly to the Tuscaloosa Rye Whiskey
1 ne terms set my band, and affixed the seal
are
FOUR t personal benefit of the .
DOLXO.BSper ,, Officer
to orrfer. F II. NISBET. or Soldier Goshen Butter
[ of
L. s.] the said _
$
;
; TAXABLE conrt this of
ADVANCE. whose he day
s.
attorney
Pen1l ota, Dec, 7'h. 1827-38-tf. -, in the do. Cheese
Fi -- -- It is forwarded by the earliest mails- Jt is requested that Jail letters to the year Beef in i bbls. for family use

PRITIG, unless otherwise' directed to all subscriber Secretary of the Treasuryon the subjects (D.) With an additional supply of Dry ; ;i-: >.

JExceuted with neatness residing beyond the City of New York. may be endorsed on the cover, "Revolu Form of Affidavit to le taken by At Hard ware, Glass ware & Queens ':
and
despatch O: Subcriptionsrec'ived at the Office tionary Claims." torneys. Sold Low for Cash.

at this qffict. of toe Peusacola Gazette. Richard Rusk. Before me. -, a Justice of the Peace, J. PescajPensacoJa f':

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in
the
cnunty of --*, in tbe of- .
V -r Jan. lb, 18'2B..JOR

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