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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 19, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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I FLORIDA ADVERTISER



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I !=,r OL. V. (Principia.nonkomire) PENSACOLA, TUESDAY AUGUSV 19tll, l82-: I <0,>en to all parlies : influenced by non .) No. 23. -

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WEKKLT. BT ted States, the President shall beand::the Senate, for thejear eighteen hun. 'II I tired ransomed by the. Continental [ soda to the red, if will assume a fine

B11I3&D TARDZFP Ij I lie is hereby, authorized to appoint dred and twenty .
Veiled j Commissioners, by and with the advice the sum heretofore appropriated, ihe I I over to Corfu, and placed with the I acids nnd akelon on the vegetable _
rull'i\t' States
oftht Laiftoftfif and consent of the Senate, as sum of. flTteon thousand dollars be, I others. Judge of the mother's astonishment I blue.-Idem. .

and of the Territory p/Florida. soon as pr;tcticable, and to fix their and the same hereby is, appropriated, : on finding that her imaginary I from the N. Y. Telegraph. _

TERMS. compensation, so as not to exceed to be paid out of any unappropriated murdered (daughter was among We published a paragraph not long
POUR DOLLARS per annum in idv3nr.: ;jf;, what has been heretofore allowed for mcwiey in the Treasury. the number. To be brief, on per- since, stating that a Lieutenant in tire
payment is deferred ?ix months, FiVE i I ApprovedIay 24th, 1828. ceiving she was a female, the Turks
DOLLARS will he required.nts I IU like services. English Navy hid invented a paddle
: A r1v"ni :' In:' 'rNl coripiruously atONE Approved-2.1th, IS2S.PUPLIC i j PUBLIC-No. 64.] I carried her back to Missolonghi) wheel, by which boats could be propeled *
DOLLAR far rcrxfourteen line-, An act to provide for opening and makinga bound up her wounds, which had all even at the rate :of 100 miles
for the first insprtnn, :m.} flFTV CENTS [ -No. 61.] ihe. of mortal but
appearance being ,
Military Road in the State of Maine. ; an hour. A London r.lrch! contintnnrc: -longer ones in for the
An act
pro makinp an appropriation
portion. iinnression of the Slave Trade Be it enacted bt/ the Senate and S she recovered, and her story having upon the wonderful effects of this

ALL KINDS OF Be enacted- by the Senate and House Representatives of the United I. attracted the attention of the ran- wonderfnl.discovery in this strain ':

;] ::a lT Jlr'HA House Representatives of the United States ,of America, in Congress soming agents, the interesting Cresula "We shall therefore soon be ableto
States of America, in Congress i assembled, That the (President: of the I was rescued from hondagn, and, whatis cross from Dover to Calais i in 10
KfVLLY RECEIVED AND NEATLY EXECUTED. -
: United States be, and he is hereby more, thus singularly destined to he From London
AT THE "GAZETTK" OFFICE, AT assembled, That the sum of thirty or 12 minutes. to
THE LOWEST PRICES: THAT ART CHARGED f ,thousand dollars be, and he' same is : authorized, to.cause a Mil tary Road once more restored to the arms of her Lisbon will occupy: a day and our

AT ANY OFFICE. i.N TilE SOUTHERN PART I h'jrebynppropriated, for the suppres- : to he opened and made, n the S.tateof I disconsolate parent. TocKney citizens, instead of m.iking

OF THE U.VIO.V.Lairs sion of the Slave Trade, pursuant to Maine, from the Month' of the river I Froii" .Vatkville Whig and B .nntr. Margate the ne plus ultra of their
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the act Congress of the third day of Matanawcook, where >t empties into Fourth of July.-It is much to be summer excursions, will very shortlybe

nf the United .cfatr March, one thousand eight hundredand i the Penobscot river, to Mars Hill! '[, regretted, that, on this. day, hallowedby enabled to embark at TowerS

-- BY AU1'/lORITY. nmeteen. near the northeastern bojndary line of J sacred recollections and devotedto -breakfast at Madeira-dine

Sec. 2. And be farther enacted, : the Sute of M line. ( the cause of patriotism, we cannot upon Bonaparte's tomb at St. Helena

That the Secretary of the Navy be Sec. 2. And be if furher enacted, I\ all cordially unite in a liberaland tru- -sup and sleep at Brazils-Next!

t authorized to pay out of the sum. That the President be, aid he is here- 'I ly Nationalfexpression feeling. No motning breakfast at Cape Horn-

herein appropriated, the claim of the bjnuthorizp to employ such part of/ nrrangemenU have been mao in, dine at Lima and sup at Kamscbatka.
Administrator of the esate of Talia- the trowps of the United Stes, as he Nashville, for such a celebration m Third day breakfast at the Otahi-

ferro Livingston, hte Uniied States' may think proper, to survey me! construct the present Anniversary of our Independence ete-dine at Canton, and sup at Loo

Marshal for the District of Alabama, i said road ; and, for the )l1roose as in our opinion the occasion Choo!-Visit the great wall- at China -

for the maintenance of sundry Africans of carrying imo effecr the provisions : requires. The military will, Bengal, Capo of Good Hope, E-

captured in one thousand eight of this, act, the sum of fifteip thou- of course, parade, march through the gypt and Constantinople, rrturn to

rpUDLIC-No. 58.1 hundred and eighteen : Provided. sand dollars be, and the samcis here- streets, and fire a few rounds. Preparations Cheapside in a week! It was

An act making appropriations fr the purchase The said Administrator shall produce I appropriated, to be paid on oany have been made likewise : probably in relation to the late won

of books, and for other purposes. satisfactory evidence of the reasona- : money in the Treasury, na otherwise for two or more dinner parties, which derful improvements upon steam engines -

Be if enacted by the Senate and bleness of the charges for the said I appropriated. will assemble, for the indulgence of and the novel purposes to

House of Representatives of the Uni- maintenance ; and that the sums "received I Approved-24th May, 18S. political\ preferences and ihe expression which steamis, about to be applied,

ttd States of America, in Congress by the said Livingston for the I [PUBLIC-No. 63.] of mutual hostility. But no opportunity that an Irishman observed, "Faith, _
assembled, That the sum of five thou-I hire of the said Africans, and for the An act making: an appropriatiot for the will be afforded for the liberal honey, we shall soon go foxhuntingon

?and bulls he, and the same hereby labor performed for him by said Africans I Navv Hosp'tal' Fund and candid who wish to unite, tea-kettles."
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jsappropriatod, to be paid out of any ifany, be accounted for, and Be it enacted by the Seiate and I without distinction: of party, in the From the United States (jasettc.

money in Treasury, not otherwise deducted. Housf Representatives of ihe Uni- patriotic display ofenuitude and joy We mentioned yesterday that Doc-

appropriated, for the purchase ofV Approved-24th May, "S28. ted Statr nf America, in (''ongi ess for out Nation; 1 pro-peritv. No orator tor C aid wrll was delivering lectures

Books for the Library of Congress. : Thru the sum of forty MX j j. has been appointed to call up, by I on Phrenology in Boston. The editor .

Sec. 2. And be further enacted, [PUBLIC No. 62.] thousand two hundred and scnteen eloquent appeals 10 the hearts of his of the Gazette, in that place, af

That the Librarian of Congress: be An act to authorize the I'0-.t Master General dollars and fourteen cents be appro- I audience, those emotions which alone listening to introductory, is disposed

V authorized to employ an assist ntwho, employ to erect five additional an additional Clerkq.!buildin ,and priated out of any money in the Treasury should he excited and indulged in on to be merry at the lecturer'

shall! receive a yearly compensation Be it enacted by the Senate. and not otherwise appropriated, to I tins consecrate day. Noristhiscouise expense. and absolutely makes his _
: of eight hundred dollars, commencing House of Representatives of the Uni- 'I the Navy Hospital Fund ; and that .. of proceeding ular; to Nashville. readers laugh at the doctrine-and he

JMarch' fourth, one thousand eight ted States America. in Congress the Secretary of the Treasury be di- Tile, same narrow, exclusive spirit is evfn hard upon the Doctor -take

hundred and twenty seven, to be paid assembled, That the Post Master General rected to ptj theQsums to die; Commissioners prevails, with scarcely an exception, : the following as an example :

out of any money in the Treasury, he authorized to have erectedan of the aforesaid fund, upon throughout the country. Jackson, I "Dr. Caldwell is, we believe, the

not otherwise appropriated.A. additional building for the use of their requisition. Adams, or Clay will be the rallying author of the famous biography of

STEVENSON, the Department of the General Post \pprovcd-24rh May, 1S2S. point at almost every assemblage this General Green, and will of course be

Speaker of the House of Representatives. Office, and of the Patent Office : and [I'fTRUCNo. 66.] : day. One class of citizens will be listened to with something of that

-I S. SMITH, that he be also authorized to employ An act to :\ peal a part: ,)f thr act entitled eulogized and another CPSS execrated. friendly feeling.which is generally entertained .
President of the Senate, pro tempore. five additional Clerks with; "An act ftiipnlrnient.try' to, and 1o Sentiments of the utmost bitterness for these at whose expense
a salary
amend, untcl entitled 'An act I
to
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. regulate
and illiberality will be uttered a- have been accustomed
of one thousand dolUis l each.. .. .. the collection of duties on importsand we to indulge
Approved-24th May, 1823. Sec 2. And br it further exacted, tlJnls e.' p:>sscI I the serond of gainst each other, instead of expressions m mirth. The "kjng'g jester" was

: [PUBLIC-No. 59.] That the sum of twelve.thousand dollars I March, one thousand seven hundred of mutual respect and liberal 1 patriotic always a favorite. The Doctor's _

An act supnlementrry to an act entitled, be appropriated u defray the and"ninety nine, and tor other purposes feeling. Are these things denunciation of low foreheads as

"An act providing for the correction of cost of erecting the aforesaid build- right? Was it the intention of those "villainous, because none but villains
errors in nuking entries of lands at theLand ing; and the sum of live thousand dollars I- Be it enacted by the Senate and who first set the example of hallowing have them," will make him more
Offices," passed March third, one House of lleprexejitatices of the Uni-
and Fourth of July
to the salaries of the aforesaid I celebratiag laughed at, and consequently more
pay -
thousand hundred and nineteen.
eight America in
ted States
of Congress
that it should bo convqrteil into beloved and his
,
an assertion that the
clerks to be out of ;
paid money -
Be it enacted by the Senate andlIouse any assembled, That the thirty seventh
of Representatives of the Uni- in the Treasury not otherwise ap' electioneering engine or made the oc- dog is a good phrenologist, is so can-
i section of lie act passed on the first
cisiou of reciprocaliluperation and did and an admission of the
propriated. generous
ted Stales America in .
of Congress of March, one thousand eight; hun
j personal ill-will Certainly not. It title of that animal the
Approved-24th 18C8. to rank of a
assembled That the of the ,
provisions dred and three entitled
( "An
,
1 I twenty i is an abuse of the day, which the modes philosopher,.that we must be in love
entitled An for the
act act providing [PUBLIC-No. 63.] act supplementary to, and to amend, ate and liberal-who, we still 'Vith .the heart and the liberality of
correction of errors in making: entriesof entitled 'An
: An act allowing compensation to tie! an act act to regulate the constitute of the who
hope, a large portion every gentleman made it, whateverwe
lands at the Land Offices, appro- I Members of the Legislature of the Ter collection of duties on imports and party-should discountenanceand think of his head."
\ed March third, one thousand eight ritory of Arkansas and for other pur-,, tonnage,' passed second .of March, may
strive to put down. The lead- In a subsequent paragraph, after
hundred and nineteen, are hereby declared poses. : one thousand \ hundred. and nine,
Be it enacted the Senate and ers ou both sides-those who possess noticing an instance in which the science
by :
"
to extend to cases where
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pa- and for other purposes, be, and the
and influence with their
, exercise respective phrenology to have
tents have issued, or shall hereafter House Representatives oj'the Uni- i same is hereby r<,pealed.Appro'ed appears
: issue : upon condition that the ted States of America, in Congress 24th' parties-should be emulous failed its possessor, the editor says
party -May 1828.
. concerned shall surrender his or her assembled. That there shall b.e paidto --- only of a display magnanimity and "This is but a single case in which
---u.- S : candor in the celebration of our Na- the folly of these know-
each Member ( the branches pretenders toa
i patent, to the Commissioner of the o two
. of the J'\\\ eYLiy tional Jubilee. We are all Americans ledge of the secrets of nature, be
Land Office Legislature of the of may
General with a relinquishment -I Territory .. _.. ___
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; of title thereon, executed I I Arkansas, three: dollars a day for each From Blaquiere's letters from Greece. and if we cannot agree to sup placed in a most conspicuous light.
, I Icretary day lie shall port one candidate for the Presidency We have known feiter words and
actually attend the
. in a form 10 be prescribed by the Se ses- A Grecian Htroine.-Sophia Con-
I of the Treasury. sion thereof! ; and also, three dollarsfor d'llimo was the wife of au officer of or to promote one system of policy, ; more delicate allusion*, cause a complete

:; Approved-24th May, JS2S. every twenty five miles travel, in distinction, who fell during the siegeof I we can at least unite in cherishing! developementof the organ of
the of freedom in venerating passive pugnacity.
principles ,
going to and from such
:. returning session J\1i solongl.i. When the Turks I _
[PUBLIC-No. 60.] to be the memories, of our departed pa- !
; computed by the actual entered the she the
An act to enable the President of the town was among triots, and in expressing gratitude Jp; m'U'a\QA
distance, from the place where such crowd who the : _
United hold' sought .to fury
:.. States to a Treaty with the escape I Ii for their disinterested labors and. -
member resides to the place where of the the walls I Ii serI I
ChippewaOttawa*, Pattawattirrjtst, enemy, by quitting ,
i vices in the cause of our common
Winnebagoes, Fox, and Sacs Nations the session of the Legislature shall be i accompanied by her son and daughter. .
Indians.: held which said distance shall be country. .
had
J i They not proceeded far, when ;
Be it enacted by the Senate and distinctly certified by the Governorof I the mother perceived a party of .- jBeautiful Chemical Experiment.The .- 0

:. House of Representatives nf the United said Territory : Provided, however Turks coming towards them : horrified following beautiful chemical experiment -

States of America, in Congress That no member shall be entitled at the fate which was to befal her may easily be performed bya :

assembled, That the sum of fifteen I to, or shall receivecompensation daughter, a beautiful! gui of 16, she lady to the, great astonishment of

thousand dollars be, and the same is i for daily attendance, for: more than turned to the s*n, who was armed, the circle of her tea-party. Take From the Con cticut Mirror.

hereby, appropriated, to defray the : thirty days in every two years ; or : and told him to shoot his sister, lest two or three blades of red cabbage,

: expenses of treating with the Chippewas -' for going to, and'returning from, said she should fall a victim of Mussulman put or tear them into small bits, put Thefleep.Theie's in Wv .

Ottawas, Pattawattiraas, Winne- Legislature) more thau once in said brutalityThe! youth instantly I jiern into a basin, and pour a pint of The ware beauty is bluer than thesk Deep,; ,

I, bagoes, Foxand Sacs nations of Indians two years. ., obeyed the dreadful mandate, drew a boiling water on them, let it stand an I though the light shines bright wAnd on high,
r-' ; for the purpose of extinguish- Sec. 4. And be it furlJicr enacted, pistol 1 from his girdle, and lodged the hour ; then decant the liquid into a : More softly do the sea-gems glow

:, jog their titles to lands within, the I That there shall be paid, once in two contents, four large slugs, in his sis- crystal bottle; it will be of a fine blue : The That rainbows sparkle in tints the depths below ;
* State are only made
of Illinois and the Territory of jyears,seven hundred and twenty dollars ter's head, when she fell to the ground I color. Then take four wine glasses When on the waters they .re laid ;

Michigan, situated between the Illinois to the Governor of said Territory apparently a lifeless corpse. Thus into one put two or three drops of sulphuric And sun aad moon most sweetly shine

- river and the Lead Mines on to be applied towards defraying relieved from a charge which the acid, or five or six drops of Upon the ocean's level brine..
c Fever river, and in the of the incidental There's beauty in the deep.Thre' .
: vicinity
of the mother could
expenses ,Legislature not preserve, herself and strong.vinegar, into another put fiveor
r- said Lead Mines, and also, certain re- in such manner as the said son endeavored to take refuge in a six drops ot a solution of soda, into music in the deep :_

:: servations... -- -the South East border Legislature shall direct. cavern.. Just.. as thev were entering; tlie third as much of a strong solution It is not tu the surfs rough roar,
P ot Lake Michigan ; and that the President Sec. 3. And be further enacted, it, a grape- shot struck the boy in the VI of alum, and let the fourth glass re- Nor in the whispering shelly sboreI -

JS of the United States, if he shall Thai there be, and i is hereby, appropriated I leg. Scarcely had .the mother succeeded main empty. The glasses he" They are but earthly sounds,that tell ,
I may little of the
deem it I How lea nymph's shell,
of the expedient, may apply a part out of any moneys not other. : in dragging; Kim after her prepared some time before. Fill up That send* iu fond clear note abroad.
aforesaid appropriation, for the wise appropriated, the sum of four than a piquet of Turkish cavalry came the glasses from the crystal bottle, and Or winds its softnes through the flood,

purpose of holding a Treaty with the hundred and eighty dollars, to the up, one. of the party drawiqg forth a the liquid poured into the glass containing Echoes through groves witb coral gay.
Chocjaw nation of Indians, to extinguish District Judge of the State of Missouri pistol, pointed it at the temple of poor the acid will quickly change And dies,on spongy banks, away.There's .
their title to the tract of and and to each of the of the I music in the deep.
which lies Judges Sophia, who, suddenly rising up, color and become a beautiful red,
in the
Territory of Arkan- Superior Court for the Territory of looked at the Turk and exclaimed, that in the glass containing the soda Ther 's quiet in the deep :-

I saseast of of the Western Boundary line, Arkansas, for their extra services as 11 Barbarian !' do not you see that I a fine green, and that in the glass con Above, let tides and tempests rave,

said Territory : the said sum to be Land Commissioners, from fhe twenty am a woman !I" This appeal had the taining the alum a fine purple, whilst And earth-born whirlwinds wake the wave;
paid out of Above,let cure and fear contend,
not otherwise any money in the Treasury sixth day of May, eighteen bun- desired effect; and both the mother that poured into the empty one will With sin and sorrow to the end,

, : fcec. appropriated. dred and twenty eight, to the thirty and her son were spared to be conducted I of course remain: unchanged. By Here, far beneath the tainted foam,
2. AII be
T ha further enacted, first day of December next. into slavery. The most ex- adding little vinegar to the green it That frets above our peaceful home
ii *,for the of : Wr drum in .and wake in love -
purpose negotiating Sec. 4. And be it further enacted ( joy ,
traordinary of this will red and
. 51ld part story remains immediately change to :. ,
' Treaty the Nor know the that yells above.
on rage
part of the Urn That for the contingent expenses of |to be told. Being among two bun- on adding a little of the solution of There' quiet in the deep."AND .

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second r.ss ore prohibited j h have distinguished themselves in tr.o C:1 pe.-c: ; on the contrary, f." .
Boats
Melancholy Accident.\V c loam : i human ;juide' the ual k catthac of! of the( on ;board more most active and obliging manner in I d.uitsfil 10 prosecute the U..1T.

last of Mr. that disturb the peace anddestroy from having i: decree has been issued .. .
that nn Friday a child a crrours rd not to carry the mutual exchange of prisoners be- ; liberxt-Hg 17't'
the social tie which binds man than six seamen ; a are j i 'Is of nil nation}, and Condi-nun, f/'
Jlalstt-d of Springport, about two the Greek and ,..
twcen
.) 1. arms, government
With respect French
and
e
: of scissors in to his fellow-ir.ual be driven fir from any tuns. I ElIghsh..ulr oiv A m-ric
4. years old, having a pair Ibrahim Pacha. My unfortunate' '
that the they are to be allowed! only in pro- -Mr IViiou hai not yet arrive;! U\v'
Innocence
his hand fell, when they penetrated this temple of restored their lntbeen i l alarmed -
; number of the crew, countrymen, to homes, t iese two day* bir
portion the
its side which caused its death almost flame of brotherly love, may ascend to Ii 1 thc! revolt ol'Cicrmaii '
I pure and it i: required that !hey |II cover with blessings arid tears of joy hy an-j Irish troo-
from i expressly
li instantly.Cayuga Rep. in grateful perfume your the direct 'the generous Inl1ds'IIcll! : have \\ :ho formed jointly a resol-iii jn of obtafn!

I! peaceful altars. I shall U dpptsitcrilacIcr : ii,g ;:eir rights, which had been wlt"
. Goud ..liktfe.-Be not tempted to par- unwarrantable ambition in- surveiltycc of the Captain. V essels brought about heir deliverance., and :: (n'm lh:111-About .1 O't' them I.

't. rliase diy unnecessary artic'e by its al'ptit -,I Docs 1? give it I'I Ito I (if the fi-st class arc not allowed: guns !j I esteem: mj'selC fortunate in adding s5ain: lust night; ad we learn they arc\rer
an
rude !
rent cheapness. If your means will allow ,: upon your sanctuary live tons i the expression of my sincere gratitude to h sent out ul the mlit.j' St
unless exceed i p uch
in small winds! of heaven that it tlcy twenty "as
it, d ) not buy very quantities the four ,
I II theirs. Permit the : Ic panic: thlt the :lst:1f1e oftite
to me at
sanwt .
articles in and track burthen. I j I j E.ghsh "
constant family use, : he scattered in desolation's lrerch
i i : ami manes was
may
',' .: which are not perishable.Shew :' and"be destroyed! forever. I Fishin boats are not allowed more'than j t lime, to convey my suitirmmt of hiyii'I j and they \Vere handed Lht night "llked .r"r

} rol thine enmity to thy Oppo- Should Avarice rear her hideous six hands, and no arms. I respect, &c.Signe Another Ii-tter oft!:? same date J i
: :, nent by MieRlect J of those little courtesies !I Crews l b, of at ( ) CAPO D'ISTRIAS. Hut \ I
I the arm iiuisi composed i ; te! foreign troops had C3 I
I' .i which are due to every member of Sorietv head and: attempt to paralyse litUltiil:

: ,: ; lest, by endeavoring- spite him i i j i of Charity, sever it from the unhallowed lets; t three fourths Qreeks.IVo Ibrahim Pacha addresses the Admiral -h and arc now embarkingfrom; the couVcu :'. i if

thou injures tliyself-but rather, by a noble ,:' l hunk, and hang it upon the boat or vessel can receive a I on the same occasion as follows."I f / Put.tugal.-fty the Hri; Samuel

:.l.t strife, which shall pav the most strict ;': mouuw n's towering height as a warn- passenger on board, unless hbe furnished have icceived the despatch' L John, Capt. Delano, accounts fro" Us.

,, regard to the rules of politeness, endenvor : with l hon are received to the 22.1
: exaltthyself jug to the fdithbss and! unwise. : a passport. which you had the goodness to address May, 'hicb
disarm Mime and to .
I4:' to enemy If Discord that fell! destroyer'j Every vessel sailing without regu- the ((1th I of Feb.( and much :; I hough no later than our dates froii"pJJ
: 4. in the estimation of othersMASONIC. j.j.i to me on am j tn..;HI:1, ; England, confirm the "Ii

" .. f- :ETiE --_ -- .; social intercourse, obini'io upon' the j jhr papers, will be confiscated ; and (obliged at the proofs of friendship [I statements received from that prctiom'I .

;. :! (. labors of the craft, bury it in its own | thc captain and crew treated( as pi- j!I ,which it contains. l1ajoProkesch !j jI ter. The intelligence of the rectllt nai.I : ,

l.;.:: -____1==______ '. ---- -- I I' ponderous ruins and consign it hated I rates. I( |has caused to bo delivered; to me 113 j| transactions at Oporto caused somtcitement ft.I .
.. is endless oblivion. The punishment of death will follow ut Lisbon-. frigate
I I rjge to I Arabs ; T have sent him back the ar.d tl'l -*
t't r. \%. /;' the infraction of the of J[ !1-rigs of war, had sailed for Oporto
exist irmcipal I ;
" \ ,l '- If f strife be permitted to i { j Silmo number of (; reeks ; but your I Mt:.nL had ordered the Doa

i.: among you, let it be generated by that these articles. I functionary has inspired me with so'I Spanish emigrants, and hundreds arrest of all
r ; nobleness of heart which to I II The Decree vas to take: effect on !! I' Ort!:tl\
:.r ':. urges I much} esteem, that I felt myself in- were already imprisoned i in the dung
.. Tf 1
r. --. I deeds of Charily: and which emanates the first of May, and is signed by the : dured to give him a special proof of:j of LibDoi A? commercial business I

.?., 't'. :. j :; N I h i I I from a desire to he conspicuous in the I j Count Capo d'I stria. my regard, in adding a number of:t| at a stand ; there was not more ita"Was 61"
, '
I I j teen sail foreign vessels! in
Let toe; shouts ths Ts guii
rank
"'' Philanthropy. those whom he \had
'I I I'rcn the Baltimore A in rriran. prisoners to a I J
...'M i exclusive of vessels! ot"uar,
--p : and
. :C."1. ": .', 's2' \ 1 1di of thankful indigence proclaim the From (}olo711bia.Capi.Vhitakcr\ right to claim in exchange His molest i' American; among them. net one I

t"i.), '\ i C happiness yen have expeiieuced in t: of the, brig Hiram, arrived at New I { ieervo confined itself to obtain- :! The S & J has brought despatches far

'1l"fr ,I I softening human woe. The rising : York, on 23rd July, from Porto i jug .50 more, hut this seemed unr-rial! I| 1| govern'nenf. !from the American ch.t'fl.IrLs >l :

...:;n' ,. j sigh, you oft have hushed in the or-: :;: Hello, stales tuat when he left that i j, to the desire: I had showed to oblige i ( at Llsban.-wV.: }". Cou.", :. : ,

phdifs tender bosom, sbil! plead fur :I I' ) all quite him and I have ulded .r! (Greeks to..I
' I place was tranquil, though i : ; I From the Ua'tlws .
: from Hit American IJt'to-nick Record. 'lmcrizan,
, ADDRESS, I I you at the throne of majossy divine ;;: .: mercantile niTnrs were far enough '! the SO whoiii he dl IIHtlHI{ d. I Extr\ct of a letter received, by the Chi. t

,:..,:;. Delivered at the installation of the ofliceis; ,I and if; peichanre, in the bewildered'' :;, from settlet! ;' sate.: Money cojitin- } "I shall always have satisfaction, n-4. at Salfin from Lima, dated 28tn of

of Lnfnj'ette Encampment No. 7, of I i'-: mazesf a misguided fancy, you may ned very scarce, and produce high.j .- in recerin,' gooI arcoMiitsofall which | April 18J8 :-" nfnre thiS reaclesy J
r11
Knights Templars and the App Mi lnnt have erred and the eat J intelii'/ence will have been received .
pi pngo ofj American produce in an'l be assured I ia
to
j i pirticularcom- concerns
,! "Jf: Orders, in Hudson, October 25, 1821.tinWA.no shall bu stained the i. : you, pray I Mie (United States of the dreadful .i
t.. ,. D1 ULonon LI' C. your account by i manded a fair price, but long credit I of niv high consideration.Signed .- quake Lima. has experienced, by cartl \ :
'.; 'frailness or3 our nauire, the i ic.irs of-' I which r :
I ; was required by purchasers. Bolivar ( ) IBRAHIM PACHA. 't\'t:1'.i1 1nlllrH1. of I.\Q.
Sir of jO2P1t
Knights Lafayette Eucainjiaurnt. -u :.
unanimous have I the lonely widow, whom you have j was at /;')gora ; and it is therefore '* Modon, Gill April." destroyed: and many lives lost ; it j j is the :
your suffrages; relieved, as they f fall upon the record' :i coucludjd that his stands general opinion if the violence of <
't?, published to the world the names and I party 1i1fl1 To the Benefactors of ( the
.& ()four transgressionsjshall 'VfL.li them I I it irecce. shock had continued a few seconds longer r"1
I ( though was not known lo what result
rank of those who are 1 to conduct tIle f fro"n the book of remembrance for. tin The following letter i:. (zdircsd by M. all Lima would have been laid :in ruiiu. :;.,
'8 destinies of this sacred institution I convention had; come, or ; The d has ilso
;;; ever. I /Jynmthf. ii'tin an institution based on those imUirI I "Jf in heaven whethci it crime to ;tr... The I tlir. Hiciss (JurtiUe<:, ts the Ltnrf'ictorsof fill influence to cause the general stagni.j .

i angeiseep they navy, (I Tit deserves the n-un,) was; Greec lion of all business as now existingfB
tal truths which
: : : are recorded on I tin:1 1 I.
for virtue in listress. Clicru-:
.::, lair blessed ween di Cni'i. _111 n"t.,1. -"-inrl.' .I I.I.111'... tin" .fnt..* ,un t1l', i.'.tllf., GE .r.iA.T.JV: ir. 1S28.GINTI.EMFNt f..ct, this is at present, a most wretched
ki&V; ||t.' pages ot the pospd, and j i binis view with IeiiglJt the exercise of: of funiiito lefii and! man'JI' it have ju't received vcrynnd place, and no rr.cney in circulation.! ".
dedicated] to deeds of r.ndJV .
J charity I charily, and saints in rapture touch 1:1. detailed i eu'" :: : love. The solemn ceremonies of installation Itttc.t from llraziL The. of JSev-Yerk, Jisls 2-1.-Kxtrart ofale t tf(
. ; their golden harps when man performs brig ( :(CCC. These dirsp'itcl't's: dated at, from AlarscUlfs, dated cf

}(.!$ .; have been perfoimcd and a god-like actinn.:'* Willian Tel!! nrriveii: at iScvv York :. Napoli, April 2ibeiii voluaiinous! to I hllll' in this City. May; 24li, to a

r:iLt) the: oipinization of your cncnwnrm-nt Tho destinies of this oil 2ht July from Jlio Cirande, : communicate to you. I limit myself! to "There ;3 a decided

'4.r'\. tI1.d .. is complete. In you we behold therepresentatives : sir kniiihls, aie now committed encmnpmen'loI :: which jl.ice she; left on thc 3d June.C t I making Count: an C!apr abstract> d'lstria of i is them well satisfied with the prices American j '

':., ,;:. ofthose I valiant chanijtiuiis 1 j i your charge. You have tikou; uponyourselves ; iptaiu; I nls :ot inform i that I the frontier the I 'tate of pub'ic; thinjj'in t I quence' nf the h gh
f'PIIIIOry
k1f:' ; i.: those godlike warriors*, who {i!!I a expansibility' which I I of tint province, Billed; Maj-"ains, j Greece i is isiiiipnivin 'al i.!.r is becoming; tian i* held bjr orders
f : has! ..
promised to
waged an exterminating war fare upon I hope and trust will be (!i..ch .r.cl in was in I rosscssion of 1 Kibero! and! :lu* !j rrdutilly! rc-C5itl.ic.l: !, and the power 11,1\'( made (him advances

:;*t: the enemies of KMA.VUEL : who t'H'C I the true fai'.h r.f lenil. BriziiS.Ji; ; forces in t dar iiHighhorhood I I I I I, I M-t the Pn': I lent mcrevs er-ry day ; l he f I should {
worthy !
rs.i tney object to ( :
11\, ; the, bloody crescent from the abhorrent i I You !Inve tie! ljiht! exniujile ot (tno( i I cou i is-'ij' of about (/O o neu, hdi ; I i Is !1.r! ; .'oci! ar.vl re-spcctcd, and under :lii* er* come up to his limi
tc'nul:
::_,"t. i fi ont of infidc1itan..] who I i i I been t'sh"n pa I ifoieinment, every tiling! i is J c- fled
. I II'n niliHliioiK I I I ; chii'fsvio! nroudiv I Iri-i : t }prisoners ; a I 'nje I'ttriol1: Cif.; i'.s organization: tlf are at 100 fr.-hut
.
: I proper : ,
.r#; \\ the cruel strife hod ceased, de- : I of ilieni had joined tIle nlH.'JI'rt'- i I !bC' il ; pro-. neither order nor 'pt"C": !
. ; I uniphed over p'ljian hos: ??, those sni-! p'c .!, to cultivate their! lands, to .-
. ,;.i'; : positedin the perfect spnit of faithful, born sor.Is v,.}horn biffotrv could not II I 11! arm). This 5'jcc'jss of the i' ::, ;; pilgrims: their} and their I Int 1 tention to .\mcrIcan. ( :
irophies
I arms t adver subijic threatened the] riahtvir.g of::
\ conquer or ity and] is exhausted
't4'.:':',.y'. 'f'00t of a i'edccm'm'j 1 (,IW;.. I those: Christian ii'irtyi.-wio: pxchangedihe ; Ler.or's army, and opened to ilwin i 'I hr rre-ii'.lent: ] causes provisions to be probability nearly of the -: i

.: ; 0 n this) happy occasion '.irknights, I ;agonies of the: stake for a paradiseofhlia i he richest; purlionOof the P rovilcf ,!| disH prune ilJutCtl time, t lie<' tlie diitiess them, but work at the the prices being
requires to i
: $ compnm'r.us of the alf-ir, and brethren I! : The siluaiion[ and HIflreflt this opinion from
: of t tie a !
stinrjlafo
to pro-pects
. ;, you in Ilw ('- | ( ways ; and 'his: is the true mode ;
: 7! of the square, I hail you .with ;rans- { i in/iili.in \\rucrv 1- of this manufacturers of the in
I crcis' of virlue. Let the fiuuer ol i j Army ( coura-i civilizing famishingpopulation.1. :

,r(..i" ron; ; and c ect *vou. with tin kind I :hope point : O'i to 'he cros< on (Calvary's j n'liii. ;. Br; /.il couM do nothiiirr 'Jg;.insl ', The result' already obtained are asfon-II stock scantily of supplied: and : i ;
t.IiUHi5on of and I hisucnteu1friendship. I i; I iih} ing, *. An i immense national! doT.ain ha1 any importance j \
;I;P pure unMi ; nsount, and tbH'et offuiiii .r.'nos Ayres, v/iiiioui!: the I jsiii of Rio !: c *
whispers . the dealers at
Lyons or
: :: ; Within these wallcon: I focn created at I'oros under the direction'
\.irIIHlc 1 and tlie f that
pooplo r.t t I : facturinir
that }
ass'iie pro- : towns -The ;!
you n.TiIl:05 SIGN of'the
':G'40:J st-rrited, by tlie! eonisis of rnasnnrv, vinco were: nnivcrsr.llv i worthy Stevenson it is entirely -
\OL nULL sl'RFI.V COXQrr.R. opposed to th'; | planted.vith!' potatoes and maize. In :I year, amounted to ( J

'I'*-,.."t!; ? \ ;,a s the. hallowed. nx-v'.iini. of the craft, It I: i i.; with 110 C'rdinar.(1c'f.C'p.i of '.v ir, and when force;! to take up the neighborhood of Napolihere the. i iI t *nd there Iii every rca
1
,_:: : wrp IS n ri.'Ivr charmhirh I re.sti deserted c\1! ? there will be an equal
aims : at e\ PIy opportunity :I $ h:'d been left wholly Ii iiciil'.vnted. I I j
;
.;lp-l,0 ; upon the so';d!, H :in'.ivt.'iilv:: sympittby: !; pleasure J that i ( on ratnliUe I you upon TIlt Draziiian.:; v.m : j|I the President hns mule a pirt nf the <; I I I year. The sales of Eg'
e p
'f army princij.div; piilavon
'.',. : I: t tho title you !have !have selt-ned for : i!j ; !I riod the "lclt stopped
> in .
' .,1 v-hxii dB'"Ii:1: Pil1; 1 Jittf'll; ::.'l.or ill composed: of black ip'i mulaUop of. encamp. (he fields: and now a ;
'' ; .: I''I I his Ci1ti Iflj)1I(9)t.. In t tracing tebroad !, j fine terr.torv under cultivi I I!! about 15. OU bales-
: Ai;. vfl. 1 h m '?;.Irc'! !breas: *, and] tCI 1', !!5, m j I the lowest order 1IIn'J' !,' : ; I is loa. j j
tl !
.. ; iii. :; too j making 23,000 b.Ues. ,
: 1 of A' E :ina !
. fine
.: calaxy knighthood, tin ( '" |I they are rising a !
. .. J\tirc s vjior.jli'st i'n.jr'j.sce! that I 1I1!1. I I } sevoreties of th'j h'liH-1 j I
. tliinatfs
whilst! the lo be
:
.r I in ';;.iH searches, f for a ; i i iig: which \ ill contain 2,00'J( to supplied during
; more
splendid
' ... di"fo!.'' (11 his sl'lIuallnhlt. is the i iJ1r i ill.'UI the Buenos Avrcnus. :vc\r\ linrdy! men, acoustonifd be taught on the system ol Kiututd: 1 instruc.1 i the year of 0,000 !:
object i.aA
"f" "" f !ilii{ in (jf IHHHerH'p and the i' SVAK or FAYETTE. I I Two I there are on hand 5r OJD
: ., ; I to fitifMH t I inl 1 priv.itioiH. tion. hundred pupils, all newly I II I
...:.:M. hcirnpp.iiTni of bes--r! 1. 'It beams wiih in.suied: !] lustre ; its i clothed, I and 4000 ot other
a 1HH11o ta Ily. The IMU-IIOS( Ayicans !Lad a Irne I I were ready to enter it. The I

J. t.', *' Li-lioK1! how good and how pleatan sparkling rr.ys eInitathIuusanl charms portion of cavalry, in which the Brazilians tl'h: (l a!! been tles.troj edby the Turks AmtT.can, mac'.ig! : ia ail <
: ; and the sons ot t'iredoin wclromo its but the t ;people are now planting them. leaving a deficiency of "
'. \ it j is for brethren to dwell together -
. were -firiiMii. .
;: : approach as the haibiuger of Happiness t This renderedthe :z.tn: ai'J.': i,il; the Iilar.d of E-ina alone figypl'un bales. The
:: iii imitIt .\ ; situation: of t die
Litter
( and Peace. damrcrotis! thwisan-ir trees have just been t still recommend tl' be
: is like the piecious ointment: : in an open country, where they'could introdueed from Candia. Avenues and market, is the low

;;;:iq r upon the head, tint ran down upon Tho} youthful$ eye of Lafavctte1 not ptirsup art elH.IIIY.1I if van- Kjuuies hive been Bpened at E ina. At |( Mobile, white and in

t i tjiu) beard, even Aaron's benrd, th.it looked abroad from; I the quarriLS of ( -linI1bd, and it was believed a battle Naooli. there. engaged: in df>ing" the bJl S

1.J' went down to the skirts of his! garments superstition ann his enu'er vision discovered woii.i: create disunion, and the loss same, and in setting out plantations of I Our last advices :
.O,.; trees. Fabvier far from quitting! Greece to the lOlh of April.
tIle :
blessed li lit rf
; I of 'ot the
liberty The
.i : province. head quarters as has been reported, M icorgaui/mf his J that no more chips! of :
As the dew of Ilermon aid '; dawning in the
as western "'odd-he of General Le.cor were about 30 regular corp., ar.d hu lately req.ietedthe here for the Paella, mjj t : :

1 :" the dew thM. descended upon tin beheld our dark plumed cacle- brood leagues from Rio G rand(. President procure instruments fora I are mae at Venice.

r::, /:. mountains of Zion ; for there I the I ing in niL-lancholy silence over the From: the Ritllimore complete mil l\I'Y !atid. he inferred, that a good !

: Lid comrnnnde.d tho blessing even) I misfortunes oilier the Ga:cltc."mm Count 'apo / to
i .= lift' for younfj giOaIs 1+.7ncc.-Hv' HIM ""arL.it' ml"l't. t......... ...bh., _'_ 1... ___'h r.. I uf ,.\'iennk-. .... .L...ii ,
evermore. ol '- "Afcl V.lt-'V 1Itat : -. .
: auoiijiix'ssed! lI nation sunk ; : tl UJ Jfl'VSV JJremitted \ -- -- .vu"
into i
deep ship flit ward {ionaleai; I..n.
t: 1 rived: at New favor the
: ? hy beneficence way '
EMropean
,
-r. \wonder the ton lIn of Israel's iiis soul--distant
' ; I as was the cry of York from I Havre, the editor of the and esneciiiliy by those contributed to cotton, (and it is hi!hr! I
favorite broke out in admiration of a distress, it raised hi.u far: above the
Journal of Commerce, have received the national bank ; ab\ut OOO, Spanish \\1U.) the manufacturers nh11"j
subject so well calculated to swell the frowns of he cIlIa take off the ,
tyranny- trod the rtiir- French papers( a week later than be I were advanced by individuals ; readily urop,
soui with heavenly plcasures.-Lt is red path vhidi led to the temple fore received. a1ld the Count, Ins Secretaries, and many I' Trance no other resource ttf.

not astonishing that the tender freedom and I : I'telkeHe'tcs hux-e set the >le of r :
svm- ; pursued with manly A letter received cjjarnj putting -- -::
I(I at Brussels, stated t::eir in the j I
pin.t"s should be awakened bv con- fortitude, its d btngerous and nncartain ,. tint I.I .saving's bantc. These f.n
three officers ;
ten'fll-4tns of the IVatter- resources have answered f>r tie first necessities -
so highly interesting ; way, until the kry stone of I -- .
n9r- aal
r.oi is it siiiferuiur that fair liberty's (administration of canals, etc.) hut they are nearly exhausted, -- -- -
when kindred arch was snfelv I
set. lie is now have been ] and the President puts nil his confidence From tie Arknr.as Cn
;r. .t sp mis meet upon the level], they reposing: in the anm of a crateful in appointed co to Panama I in the aid of the generous monarcbs of : Serious disturbance Il1 ii ;
people of the
Itl should prepare their minds for the -tlio fame of his deeds; is borne consequence Netherlands I Kuropc. lie has no longer any doubt, : -We aresirry to Ip'u.o

solemn duties in which! they are about on every breeze and having opened a negociation I that if Greece i ia succoured ut ibis first I gentlemen from the
I) ; whenever he for the works : Post
of
,
II : to a canal across tho moment, she soon will be able to depend
this
by repeating moves thousands
engage } most th-'Ua
grateful of thankful! voices scrims !
:.' 1 ei salutation. It is the contemplation shout, Gon BLESS isthmus of that name, for effecting, aconjunction upon heJ'selfalnne, and to repay the other I arisen ]
between
.'I':.,, of such -- __ HIM between the Atlantic and powers the advances made to aid her in some
important subjects, that -- -Th--. and : of that and i
..1 j'4 Pacific. re-establishing organizing a country place a
,; kindles the sacied 'llame of lollowshipwidiin where thing had been who
Y\ll everg prostrated.In
lG : According to letters from were encamped ia
tIle breast, that lulls the rodei ,- -- Madrid, short every thing goes on in Greece which r
V. unfortunately
passions to reC and softens all the -- 2,000 men, organized at Seville by I as well as th? cri'ical circumstances ot'ttie death re
of Choctaws
From
two
. i cares of life. l'' .thr Boftiri Bulletin. the Brigadier Barrados, have embarked country admit, and if Providence continj ,
tt s But rnm Malta.V/e have been favored at Triana. Upon reaching Kola j i 1 to bless the President's efforts, this the party. The p
Lrt.thrC':1
human ,
my nature is by l\J r. Toplilf, with the loan they will bo ;put on board unfortunate People will deserve, sooner cd to us, arc briefly th

't1 composed of gross materials. Our of a file of Malta papers, to the 14th to be conveyed to Ilavannah transports than has been thought, to take their rank I Indians had
flail J under
bodies ,
[ which bear the lovely l\l lv.- received. -- -if--- _\.T..r.hlnfn- ... -11 u.. #.1,1'.. AQl'nrt .-.ff., .: _._ .J among* civilized nations. tI.--., ofn.hicbw-. ... n.I..I. ..
mm+** A I.II', l 'jvui v HI ( I .n.'UJYIUU \& :
11 f Impress ol divinity, are subject to lout l the brig Camilla. .j armed brigs.Extract 1I'f'UC ana one or l\VO f their camp, on the

disease and we hold our rand levees We find in It !ias been incidentally mentinncd
the last paper, the following of letter from the uys } kansas, opposite tho
! t: in the very court where the genius of abstract of the a Tiffis, dated Iloson Evening Hulletin. thit: ai arrangement became
principal stipulations the 23d April :_ has I extremely
/ t death presides. Our minds are like of lately been made by an
'i a mirror whose a decree lately issued by "The regiment of the Russian Imperial authorized( agent in this country, with very tronblesom to a

J .; .( is reflected, upon our virtues impartial and surface :. tion Count of Capo d'lstria, for the regula Guarrf, commanded by Colonel] the Turkish Government, b} which American neur whom they had .
our merchant vessels will be
vessels. This permitted to
the
Document of
Schipo/T entered Tillis pass consequence somo
:
'Pj1j vices, and it is only by a firm and followed the todayscort- Dardanelles, and enter the port of Constantinople .
made
promulgation of ing all tho gold paid by the Persian' they he became
steadfast resolution, to persevere in a decree for the upon payment of 5 per cent. '
I government of the Government. This went over to the Post
n I spectacle on their ,
the practico of virtue that was cargoes.
wo are to blockading forces
III which was repub- the mast gratifying to the inhabitants In a Setter dated sistance. A number of
avoid i the anguish of a wounded lished in July 3d. received at
con- this
paper on the ?th hist. : as they the New York voluntarily returned
J saw treasures from
Havana
a carried off it is intimated
SCIp.n e. 1\fnrt'h1nt .._. _. .
-. I .1! 1 1 y I
; In the -"- .10. ," CJ" i.H't- UIVJuca Into nV. A--0-\fahomrat_.___.._n_ ... .k-.hJn... '.'. -Cllur_ .I .Lh '_ from a very respectable source, that it purpose ofafibrdin ;
I conducting affairs of this encampment two classes the first II'.I& is generally believed
;1 ; comprizing vessels walls under a Russian guar ." that the authoritiesof and soon after they ;
sir knights, are to be of the island have
you 15 tons and been dasired to take
upwards, the second The Austrian Observer somo cause not known
f. gives thc off the
i governed solely by the godlifo principles those under 15 tons. following letters relative tonnage duty on lumber vessels, Choctaw IndiaiK made
- : : which adorn the meek and lowly The to the exchange and on the export of molas 'es to the United -

r followers of our Immortal Grand Document property must be proved by a of Greeks for Arabs, effected States, and then levy the amount Mr. Richmond Peeler ; !

;ol\. Commander. Those certified by the Prima'tesof in the Morea, through the intervention which the revenue would consequently : knives. One of them

fronzied pas- the Island where the vessel shall' of the Austrian Admiral. suffer, by adding an equal amount to the and killed on the spot,

sions which lead to tile commission of have 'been acquired. A Transfer of Letter present duties on lard, pork and hogs. was knocked down and

,11 deeds unlawful and impure, those unholy property can only take place under from Count Capo TIstria& to I The Editor of the KuUi.Tiore Gazette Mr. Maxwell. These ;: ;
has
: generated by the I certain formalities I Count Daxdolo, Admiral of the been politely favored with the follow
% by which the true Austrian ing extract of a letter dated onlyChoctaws of the
fl of the heart, and fed with proprietors will Squadron. '
victims sacrificed corruption// the Government always be known to u The commander of the Imperial I Rio JANKIKO, utile 12, 1823. ware that there was a

upon brig Foncto and We have letters from iluenos Ayres or crtyY of that
1\iajor Prokl'"iIh!
.11.1i to the :12th of Mav-there v.\v no tenden camped within :bo'it! 20 7

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\ \' '. I 1 ,.'. .J :J.-:::"' .rs used in the / .lIl'ltlrf' appears was leiommended to try
; IICh! t; '.'; !r It 1: trrd pI 1 vro cicc. --'lHin(0(:,.: j ;o us very plausible, and we think i h prob*. 'sell-water bathing : he tried it, and in 3 'iuiij :Z

". .: __!' : .Ic'f, niu'' tt Fivm-hinyn; mmrii ;; I hy! correct ; at lea't it i'< worthy of coniiderution. days he was perlttctly) rocorered and remarked W' .

'L i L'd forcHP-with a view: of t tv.ir.r j / crazv cli.tp has lately beenirnping \mn!IB If it is correct, a question >iH| that his appetirr< such, that his i Port: : .
? LVnsaccAa.
: -- liiptsrlfvii! from outof the prccinices nrr.c ItS to the number of (dayS rll1rbp landlady would make nothing bjr boarding __
hin: l''om con'rir icating j .. _ _
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\ ; : : .I at PJtt TO'i F VIs.! Having per- t which Lent on; ht to be observed if "f,rtv Jim:. ]. in consecuenceadopted Ins plan. '- : : ---

"o-s's ;of: l':,e dtVih of In* t-rtmp-.tu- j! iormrfl the fiat at jr4t pnvatrh! IttralttT- ; days" means many diys, the qllt'.tiollh and repaired to Krater": Bathing House, I ARRIVED .

I a io UN: n'Jtii! p.mV: lrW the [ f0- j 1 tvrdsincunced! a pnbhc! rfj,e i'ion; of it. ;. f'toic .'' n.V ? AnntJ.er enquiry is sugg'Sefl and took five baths in three dys. at the St.Aunist Marks 13th.-Schr. EJ cam but, Barley,

.. ceild! Invr nine to collrrt: in fillrt '! ric iiithcrities) of the to'.vn kept l.im I bv paragraph! -arc not expressions end of which I fond mys.-Jf perfectly recovered 14ih. U.corn to order.
:>msclvrs j'or] restraint, to prevent i it ; but 1111'1 I "'teerinsiins." and '::- r tier and itf," -in fact, 1 frel at if I never had S. Trans-port Florida, Bakfr,
rt
r.ur.i to i't: i
or- j! "'t'C!It"t his opportunity. :m.ljalll.pe '! aUo U3ed in the Scriptures: as a strcng had it. I hare recommended it to others Tampn Lay, with U. S. Troops.CLEARED. .

:.-. ,nv' IP! :T.voi: 'hut mioi't. be at- j t in thC presence -f'n number of' :t10rJ eff\\I manuel of signify: 'inp a ifr:' long pfJ iolI who also speak highly of its beneficial ef .

1"f'lI' i 't'l. 1 Il'm. '(isis jp.
,: (f'S' 1'1"' liver 'n the rr.urc j jf t ti"! a few roi3-helou the bridge: nn the I j express idX'hieh a lifeial !e of tUtefrns our mOst eminent Physicians who themselves 13th.-Schr.13,000brkks Thorn by E. Blanc.
Mould signify at this d ly. We lave make use of the salt-water balh.VERITAS.. Rielly, New Orlean,
: nrnl J rninHvi; < Jowartls! the h'ch hCI.ht
: ir n-jf;!, wxt rn" Ie \'tbh t is ; I and 16,000 brickc.. by Campbell and Fostrr.
lo < entertained thu opinion, slnnld! .
1 j :> :
". .i 11"fIu ; I'' I lfillC 1 s t.'c.. alii I'! 35 < r90 feel. He ricscer.deuvitli his 15th.-Schr. Sciot, Hinchman. Charles
; .ike to see the subject abiy' handled by
r.Jov.. ward?, and somcn-'iat dawn up, From tAe Savannah Republican. ton, with mules
with by the Master. .
t H' !1:1:! MjockhcJy r>;; an ;;:.1' tre! competent to dicu-s i i' '
-fli 5 on toucliirg water It. c en The 16th. Schr.
: ( qti1.n IJangue. Mal Ia. Jaerrit'w.Orreans.
most vcrd .
: l h (\'lwt-to allij'pcr.nnco \ suimmingerf": ar.d returutd tor his I Scripw.rr.'J..ftk 1'or'yjTI I 27,000 bricks
\ by the Mas.er.
0
Take Gout and
Rhcinn
and broken bone
", .1..1\' n1ur..fl"l! ;'IC ". "I'p.'tl"Ati'.',' '. i.d I( numerical vhlch! occun Sf) 'frequently, 18th.
Schr.
>!( : XiHl. Eucninbia.
vile Nen-
And
introduction each pnin ili.it .an be ; Burley,
and in here ;ts is
i it .. plac-s
: : i:r dt'tt 3 art- nut Uuiwn, though -.- vsriance with Hint Combine them nil I I, uid I then you'U I own, Orleans. 15,000 bricks by.the master;

.:* "I,MMyl! IH! t srvcrul .vore coili i t. .I EU-!:}' "_a.., .eiA I' ,.." .f\ 'ft ({ ...,. -.\ f.\ I I. manifestly precede art:at! fol'ow it, i! in the passages East con.stan \ou've something like the DAVCUE.zrJi SAILED.
.1 ; 11.,1! .- % j -' -. --.4 August 16th.-U. S. Transport Schr.
'_ i IIjU&11 .j.' Peeler Lfogrr -z _.= =-- --". I ')ly u "> ;MIT: *el :1t,1 i roainiittcd by Lh! J. I "ma'I '," or an inclefin/te number, aswe I ',, Au v.st 2. New-Orleans.
Call-in.-Vplandc 10 to ll -jiiiiuc 1H,
"! ;j.: r:! but' wro SlII)) (q:1t.'nti'y i use the words .core.Jand dozen or I Arrived nt
; v q. ; Sea IsJruds! 24 ., 30. Tampa Bay, on the 19th July.
(,.Mil before\ Ju.J;:r Hall on a writ:: i two." A ruined! pi/ace" ot Persepolis i iv I I I' Re1P.akrhcrt have been no pales of Brig tultana. Stanbury, from Baltimore,

:i.;, [;r.:5 corp alld aclmifteil: to rnij :' ciMei"Chelrrins4r, or the "forty p.Il.us"1 i 1 Uplands ,inc'* our l tel report : the stock on with 100 Recruits for Cantonemrnt Brooke
thnl' h it has hut r.i'1fotppn! 5.anli': and Fort
.I hing.
the first \i'-t. Passengers ,
t 2,01" than
the Su- I wn bags. nOI more
': : ':"!.r appearance} at next j, u-hcn perfect, h .d two hundred! and s\. about -OO (Jt which were oflerred for sale Morris and Miller, Doctor Ward and Mr.

; : r'O'irt, to iisf.ver s<:ch charges i Tie A aSa alfiJ: use om- thnusind and one here. and nt present we have hut few vessels Barry. Sailed from Tampa Bay. on the

., : .._:;.t Le exhibited og-iir.s! theirs at !iI I in a imihr manner Thus Morn \VTS in in part thou n thereare several exj 23t\; for Tarapico.

term. i! I hc ne'int "lortdismestrs' m:;n\ days. j prcied w'jcii have been out for some time. i 11 j

.'\ri..n< npproSifnsions: we tmd r- J\ The 1-irae'ifr! Jived nrinv. not "Ibrtv"year I Sea Nanrs-A ft'w lmalots have been OFFICE OF THE COMMISSARY d KM KRAI. >

,J the citizens in the "'j!
rntertnmed
: r.rr hy j II I I :.iim iiitnier'HtH (li t1ir' !1.'ic' in Scripture ; 8I '.' IVnshivgton, July 1. 1828.
"TIJI..1.
y. )
ii.il:; ;i,1.! ice, that tho Choct.rvs will j jut f -. historv ; af'the! }I'eih'an Ar.-.h?,:II-'l proposals will oe received
I{ TL'CS.MV.! : ;[ j .? '\. I 8)LI .-On Tuesday morning last the SEPARATE
-':.":: to ruenge tin- death of tinin Turks, still use the term ''forty" in this 12th inst. WHFF.LF.K :Mv TIN ALLEN aged : until the first day of October

-.* IHU..IPS ; and emr ls have been, \| f criir Fans Jeur. sense. one yrar and l-.icht inr>n'.hs, the son of Mr.A. I next, for the delivery of provision

r', .crv. night: for some thw ': -- -. e4" -l o. i H. and J\jis.] H.IttnTLLE for the use ot the troops of the United
: I j LtMi..IH.t i : Couudl CHARLESTON Juh 26. I Stairs, to be delivered in bulk
: :I-: to :;\'f' tIle a!:uni on the least : II I upon

:, ',. .. of dangOv. c,.. 'i'I I ( Elution rirtt Jftijufqi/ August ) TIc Epidcmick.-Thr-re appears :!f' O.v THE DKATH ur \ CSI'.DT DAYBREAK.Cetse inspection At Cantonment as follows Clinch:

I 1 I MEMirElJS: I ELECT. to (he un abatement i I') the ravages of ;; he re louder t. d?ttin ".e. 3 2r.z1esfro'r.

C: ?sand Co! Memr.!, of 11hne I Jack sun: County the F.pidemick, which we noticed in ;1. Fundest inotner Drowned ill wo I'cnsacola,
>"uu thy kiinl 470 barrel! of Pork
t : caies>es pain( me ;
;- ,".. bron nppointed Cornniix- 1,1 A j OK JACK .tl STONE, and ourl lst. It hns already passed over a \I I i Morn advance!*-Let me o.See 875: do. of fresh snperGne Flour

:;. 'IN to tn.;.tvith the Sac, F\)\. I largo portion of the! r..t! y, and: 1., in <:en-I I 5.t'00: Dillons: of j ood proof Whiskey

'.\ 'i2I j" il aJ, O'TOUTI, rH"nlttlnif'l ( Ii.i J ; i: s 1I':1RDE.pUlRErrrs eras, where *.t has rr-iunMicerl! in a I v"it Orient streak Jippearing ."T.5; bushel ot good sound Beans

t :' nibs o!' Indi-nic, for .: A-frircss.--\Vc recllmmrllIlcUT'1 to f Hark a voice the daiknt cheering, ,dCO do.! or good Inrd Tallow Candies
i? i :xtniction of J.t.ir title to the fl- :!/< in OKI 1 :'a' 'fe geiiprjilly, and rape*!. fn ?hu cipitii in t of some phvsiciaus !
: CalU nrw-burn soul :
I.; ('::r.ry upun Fever flyer, :intil '. .ion' AJrfmiiir; Jirfi.'irr'j! hi !. ti'ulr. tn it heiju;; < to assume a rrorelhiilioiis i?i my- uwav" ,. 140 bushels! of good clean Salt

; : ." laivJ, Souiit ofthi' S t. Jo epl- ;\ .'ti'tSS t* '! !! IrK K I'f1'l" of tcood Cider
If'rl.
Vinegar.
na? II tremMing'
,
I ? }pa '. In j it ( V1''' I;= GH r TcypiAvi'l *; : stranger
i L .Mrhig.in: and to ;ynoth} 'r;to \ i And 11'.1: and ry.Tl'pnt!' 1111!(,. lor e-'uf..e :\" Irid: } it, are suhjfcl.; to t tVequeut're : Un t.s! \< ono.-' ,iU hOI It'rOU3J"IlJ ; At Ft. Augustine.
.
.:if a ,a.I.u.. ,<'jttfnr'its! of Jpfl'MiN.M. .:a.t:;%: nfifiir? nf tie Encampment ; ipses pftr they !JPPISl'[ [ they have;!; l'it'H'C.il! ; Mitrovtossed with danger, GO barrtfs of Pork

lVtb P r.Ct.\)'' ;;(;(in:. ar.d Tt.' b<>Hiitnf i's e',:rpi "ifion will! a ni- recovered, it i is caned! with morn''; Gladly I return to (;iJI 125 do of fresh superfine Flour

ply r:;)?y anv. *p*>rs-.n I'ji the time i "s li,'h I dread th.in it was at th '-ominpuce1ment. .w.JfJ gallons of pood proof Whiskey
? tle 1 Miiiis I
jrl.our .
: no\v Mto II.1I.T he S/lp"t! 1:1 ;' 'rnsisi: i it At tho sa : Suw m\ cries shall cease to grieve thee, I 55 busheiai of grxxl sound Beani

1 "..1 .d. ins run'jied ;a paaje in the I liinwe ein'irace' thp oMpoiinnitv ;'fza in rnI In. ina'v, casrtc. !: pins arcexcniri'iims ; :>"w uij t:'nibliu- Heart tiud rest ; 8i
: --k'.. ship Pacific, Cfpt.: Crocker, j I te&rninej the fj f't'ii"; t J't''ij tiral f"I'm ;-the jmnts s'.vci, and'l Kind" i arm* than lime leceive me, 400 d.! of lOfJ hard Tullow Candle

:;,11! Will sail; ; fioni Xrw Yorb Oil thi I! ,'hicli. I WItrte* t &hi< AdJ.r>*j :-tin' l hfcomtrxcrssivHv soro : and tvh,<;r' i SUct jaio\v! than thy Breast. I ?

of 'for .. .:t"o'c liRrour. and Albany it I i11rt; { -.sri5 in-\ wrist! ornn aniJ", ;!io'recovery i' CO bushels of good dean Salt
:
: August Ivcrpoo. I\ :'ctunlfy Mti&iznc. which contains much: is "' sow. ft his: prca(1ft1 \Veep not o'er these eyes, that languish 2J5 jpllon"! of good Cider Vinegar.

lufti fulL! 26.F matter iuterest'pic to th.* MiseHaiU'uu! ; :tsel 'ry. I' t*"\ilrd tiirnc!l towMUl L then liu> ;; Oie f urth on the first June 1829.

.-.)"?' I'te'Rirtifiimi ri:".irfr. I !! as to the \1.1':011;(. i 'adtr. I!II :: l 1.IP fv 'II'J'.iI.i' : ) vrj h..p''e'l| | 11lt'1I, !i fto,-. H all tii>;U 1311, I Oun.urfri on .he- Jst September 1829.O .

;'infraSrci..-Ti' ?tf:eIt iiits I -*-- |,j thi"1 I or "I'.r'i"! : ; ; .'.3d: 1.;', ''\ !nii; ;1foY.Ii,. tn a\f tuctcoiiii.: .. j jThoie ;,. foi-f th or. the 1-t December, 1829.
I Tawp'; /*. :jII civ--- IK ITV' .' 1 's'T-n r i j rl.riKJM'k ,; ; :is :
j to 'IImpl ;.i.-; SlltpO| :"J The I r"i u'ler! on t e 1st Ma-ch 18JO.
AiiMhavobeon: cir ut.l in NV\v
; < ; a .
: to be hl le to lufor;'i 1111' r 'nl'r < ti--it i-! {I I'
j' ;o invo I Ip.-N'i'nt-fl 1 IJM! d <:'II1ii(1:1 of a my mot'ier! pleasures! centreV.'ecpii.sj. 'I he Pork to be contracted for. except
Vu'k tins, Ui h't'rs ofl! ..', Iii Tr I I I
paper, resjjoctini: pillanti'.isi.ci"isiied : ; : Army a' I <" :> nni"i
at those pac! where the is
otherwise
number. The dii ; c "f o''i partingare, or wo, quality
:
i officer calculated I the:r ruuiiT aiiiJ. siatir.imi! ;:t C"IIT/'W'II! i i iBrooke pf'no '
.Iii;( : are i : ,x i- 01. i': Ttl iiia; B.*' /, ruj"\ r-n; ;' r-M'p-; !: 'in lrr fir mtlncnro n; :;, dl--fi; -. ;.
to mke1; 15e i rpt t' on upon j cd g-ood l Iwal1.r,.- IM \'f' !, 'MI f.'!it-h: I'.I a ...Jfl; ..\ IIl'Lct ie ;: u. hoi '*' the burrel, except feet legs ears.
tht- :jMil-i' c mind.: It i is true, we un- permitted( to t'.i'1! 'o'.lowjii'! :'. t'nl'r.III'prv CTP II t ; :WIC.I IIIfJrl0 I and snout should tbe ho Weight les.i
ropy j' thn; : o! ;;i..t't.o! :UP i \ ): flf?. Somojjf'aK ,'" ds'Vli. .. than two hundred pounds, the
this deficieocyniu
: ; J.; :: .::1J. tint Cor; S. did apply; I to CAXTOXMTXT, BUOOKI;, i.. ) r.ronih t'rnlm. lio'yhiU'ut : 'I
'
.- If) n a? a') pI 1 I acquaintance; ; td breatii, he made of good fat sidepeicesBut
g > my parting
rhf Presidrnt for l but I'
a furloiij, not Ai.L'usi' Sih! 1S2S. ).
|
To one head i ii xllowr.I to each barrel. The
known s'mc forty or I 11v r au ev rlii-sting inoriung-
;TJ dw.tJ'l. ami general terms stat d I f Sir I haH tie! I I years ;o, !
si'itc
to
pleaNtiro! t'O:1tNCtOr exclude
) i! tindnr! I CJfiitlv. co.! : mv. t-ves. ii) Itth. may the hams and
in'th- Hrpken
( ill! JIP: IO Bone ,
.:i :ic ;j.-ul-'ic prints-onhe contrary, j| ilat; here has betMi no case of jIrili'rI _- -* *I : substitute! good; Sill ..plccesI
:
>: assigned: as the! motive of his; applic j I I naijt fever or otl.or contagious. J I'I 1' vvr, frrti 'IH'rtr..t.r: t of the p iins BI,' ?i""ff f'nd!,'"s. Richest blessings' I The 1'orx, Re-an-Flour, Whiskey, Salt,
aioi ad{ for the duration of the I u-iis \vii.-i! it \t.'-:< ;jittfii'lpd. J'ourtLaIl} = tli hemt I and Vinegar umst be delivered in
;!Sat this place Juring the\ present I ISt" ; ; if v iiis upon > strong
Sil tiio: of this I and secure barrels, and the Soap and
uls 1 'tjch, until the nnf fcsslon, oft .ofl. f: coir'mciu'r.'Kcnt (Though no lanffUHge, yet possessing) Candies -
fr \\\c\ I 'liv-ras; ,-, t'f: ; I l-i' 1 lipf-n an unusualfprloi .Bft'II:: 1t.S n\_ spirit cre \ve part. I in guuii trjng boxes of a convenient
'impress, purpose of (rr'rjnis Furthermore, tint te! T I (.ups : .i:. fur ;transportation. The Pork WhisKey
41i i !. inn! in e\" ,' jHcis of active -
r : I
case to that body. and seelv-ni: bout to embark in the Schr. Florida: j jarr rf.id V.utgar. in seasoned heart of
.
Vet to :leave thee! sorrawln: ?, rends me,
111"'lH'1"1':: "
.-hov and
shot ,
'_". h rf-dro <; from !tliem i ir) the premis in u'If1f1{ 1Jt; tho _' < ; JIVP Though again his voice I heaV.f'ise ioltlte oak ouricU ; the Pork in barrels

-. ;, :hi' circl11n..tanct''S of his ca
l::': 'dlt n..m'l' un'lnixt.uirlthHithe not well ;person ni'vi:I'h to take tj'rto Rise .' and seek to meet me there !" barrels to iave at J leas! 16 good hOUpi.ne .
&yCOI! i S. A.CAPTAIN' pork! to oe ilchvered New
< at
Prrviifnt of tho C niH.d State; I the sick. On tu-! Sablnth, our t [COMMUNICATED. 't Orleans,
n '.TTC*. I 'I PenacoLi. INjiclntoches. Cantonment
f-plied. lijroiif-h >h:' Secretary oi'rar I Clinrrhfs r>ro c mnar.lti\"el\- (dcsertc'!. 1.t.'lt.L. .... ., H, .,!..ft..I..n. ..... .I(.....3....a.. :0.. _" .. _
of &
Schr. Floiida. I I ;
DIEDIn tiis: 140'115'.
Sonic of iii\ city on Sunday morning
them Ite'ndt1 lor |
;!.': ti'1 i.Cd il!.: fi ') ;; hon ac4'Iflt II ( t. I Fort Arn-istro:\ -, Prairie: du Cbien, and
; last
17th inst. Dot-tor L.t J.
I : UEL ALSTOX j jsou _
of the rt-.isons for which it *\va? I J.i;1it'Hoi'iffi -It will he pcrcrived. 1 Ijy a the want of ministers to officiate ; and! ( of L. J. Alston flsq. Post Master at j ':. Petcr.s, to be c.iretaly! picked with _
I
sked ; and or-li-red (;PII. S. to repair ?itue to \aI ners in this pap"r. that pr"-I I those which hilh'C'n openc-J j !have Post O.'k Level .\ .\) late a resident of Esj iCmh'i1 j Tir.c' l ;I3.r.d Salt ; each peice not to excttu .

!10 Ms: post by thf 23ti! iit. -It i ith is l halJh'l ('. e" now tlierr! >n-e 1:0 I"hi" ; in I i I I nt"il1ed rot cue half of their ti>ut: Couuty.Notice. I let poiipds( in weight.

_hid; :.; :!!:, ( jpn.tToe ,ITr' r'pu'ful (- tluh 1 :hf-biHisf sat Key \\"r;!. Said Ky aiiiJ '|i ii,mber uorshippers at this se:'?'!,p.f 'Rt.Kr'Jrcc, U <.. .w ; tIt 'I.t' 01.1h received by measure*
the Torin.'r.is i ; and we t.1 I meut of >* q-tarts to the bushel..
may oxprct I n! the year, How it is to tfvn1!: ", .. to .Mariners.ls I
: staiinj tht wouldiin'orfolvobrVic
ft ply, $ ; he of '' nt' (1 read uI b!liip-wrcrlss: in ciuse'flIftIg'p : i i .I T'ie candles to have cotton wicks.

m: .1' order of th** .T Ca"iilill"- p. '\t'l.:!. .!.prrntl,. ... nn' ..!...."." !i. remains to (he disclosed! hy tl rvrit. : runi'iug roar the Florida Reef.should Pro\"talons will be inspected at the time

CornmanrU-r-w-Chx; !f of the .A rIP:1 \- IgIii; >. to l keen; <1c ;= off the Florida Reel : ;'! Tin tinMiihicvs: ; made it, r.t t first n vicnnf be cautious' 'kin fh"in running close in, witha and place of delivery: and Contractors will
;
n r
;t id. rrri ilon'. vill I I union it of but beiievo ihatj lights either at Key that and all r ther
; unaware. :: matter:: we pay until
:t 'i I Ic.; would {p4JIflv: ] repair: to Oin- sport ; \Veit. ?a -d( Key. or the Tortugas : as theie expenses they
SurrU thpio H rn.M shametul neglect atjrj : arc safdc.t.li\ ered at such
cinr.u'.i .but bs- ; that j ; I R\ u-!<> have been the subject has b-cii a indifi"t-rent store houses
; :.hi: he might! <; (.f.riing with ht.ninn Jives and: j jMrnr I vi-ry light at each of be
propntv as may designated by the U'ted States'Agellt.
o* i :. i fr-fl 1 di!i to it thosr places lit their
not U: cUl irJerf"'Is! i implicating; his where. U c are informed that Oil I:'! >p'i5od regard as a consequence of light. .

own riflrI'ul dI14nd't1tflg: the mts'it wit:. Clsn lt*> obtained l by. the Rct'i.1 i 11..!;lit, rltflrU": Prt'cr.'I '!; ;ing b-Jt )part nf the lamps. It is stated that The pnviiegr is resorted to the United
the !
have small
rfJla-l I 1-eepers hut a supply of Oil
ns n( these Lighthouse;. ;nd :!t lower'piirrs Ei./molor'jjiif file Dcnruf.-Th's: States ot
'on in\v'i'"h MP con"vjven IS Ounplea nrd the Author of this communication h.isi increasing or diminishing Ute

c and tools, Gen. iaronb. It is 1 f'sr'.iisl.me than: it ;the!l t'nt Contraco 1hu. as Contractors'f'c..i'c for 'I >aiM. ;,lId prevaleiu; indispocj-; iwa :i ("(.,.n informed at Key \Vesf, that the Cuntiacfors quantities or of dispensing with one or _

said, that he has accordingly set our employed f.utlint! ''IrIor. the Krrnrrs ate do I j juct 'lion, ,;, it *!' .lid, imported! into( Havana ., had fii'ed' to furnish a sufficient oiore article, at any time b'efureenlering

for ('incnniti.MLrrDGEV.L.. \ J>el! ?MtKorizftI tn s'I'I.: j l, ti.e df/iciencv; I t some say from Cadiz: others i quantity, and o )litt'c' was on liand. ino contract ; and also of increasing or
en Tr13 iliev ne tecT tiwir d-I ,. \ I from J c'that it was probable that in the course of a reducing the quantities ofeach delivery
llucujht / ninica but the fnrl ;is tbctt
: ; ,
.. (Ga.) Aiic. 4. 1 not to be-she lipht* should ho ;I few nirhfs; there would he no light what- o" .tlurd. on giving sixty days' previous
Lcptu twin !
On ; but mete check of pert-nirr.tion, ever, R t either notice.
Gu-'rcgf.- Wednesday; bst, n under tiny circumstances an:1! ; o Light-heuses: aboveFHE8H
ger'; .,( i'n T -a\"l ,HIIT. 1 nm 'Fi1aha'eee 1 hI{ f'ipcn'p. Bct'f"at oureifemolish the at KOIIS"s any- it cnnnot be imported nor exported, & mrntioii'T -' Bidders herelor .re not contractors, or

n I and 1ft it )he known that the state of I ._._ __ .. .. vhhave not furnished satisfactory evl-
o \ \'. Yo! k, i'as ittacked on the none arc t.:: re, I present our atmospiiere : :! --- -- =: ----- --:!=- :
f than have them Mrell deuce of !..'.r ability to fulfil the contracts
lighted is diP j
at tm-p*. and niost immedhte of die I;
cause BKEF.
ry! : ; ; o:'tl, about 2 nii'rs from this } for which' they have
at others indifferently! suppli!, with IttnI .. rosy proposed, are
The 1
inhahitants
L.;;. ",, in thl' o|>en (day, it bein? near: :I ;er of a otal failure ':ereafter, th!re- compjint.; of Havana I CAToNNT BRrfU, J'LOnJJ1.l.. 71st. i required to accompany their proposal

M- ":, !',v two ::pro ir.cn, who, after :I/lov liavicff the eiTect of a Decoy, rather who seize upon every tliiiigto forman I .l'IIg"llo 823. S with such evidence, together With the

.t .;:: : 'ii:2pe ol1'l:! violence by beat- I tha" ofa Feacon.Arseril.V. allec/iry, seeing that C"Clhod. _\ j "I" WILL r-celvr Proposa1'C. till tl\e Slstof'Ortoher I names ot their sureties whose responsibi'litv -

was oblififtd( to be folded: un in additional I e'lSlllg'. to furnish he ; must be certified tn Kv. thp_. l1.t,4r.t-. .
?. and --
\ choaking, stabbing; took I V have lirfT us a letter clothinp, and the ladies u to take'I Troons of the United States; Army, that 1 Attorncy, or by some person well knownto

ro' him money to the amount of I from ( BOMFGP.P, of ::' Ordnance De- their are. or may be, stationpcl at Cantonment the Government ; otherwise, their pro
aL' Mt.xriO.Tne: I partinentriated 14th ult. which say,, Ihat the Drxgucs (shaw!") to bring back Bruoke, wi iFRESU pOlal'will not be acted on.

bills cannot be particularly: iite for the Arfrnalon the U'HICIS of JVIo- profuse perspiration, called it the'' BEEF I 'Mitre can be no advances in any cas?,

':>> Tihed; farther than that there hile or Pensacola} nay!. may not be selected: Dengue. tl I and evidence of inspection and full delUeiy -

v-- :I "for some months, as it is necessary firrt to The Dengue, according to the die- from the 1st dav of.YanuanH29.. i*> in-' will be required at thU office before
explore the whole! elude the 31st ,day of Decemrjer 1829
I nf I| ,
region country d- ig- the payment will! he mnde, whirh will 5* ei-
.Uq- rn the! Stale Bank of Georgia, nated by the act" ; and adds-"An Officer tionary-of Spanish Academy, The Reef will required to b? delivere4 ; i.ier in drafts OH the Department Washington

:,'/: _'J'). i is now engaged on this Senicennd when means a lady's shawl-most commonly to the Troops in two days in each week or some Atlantic City or in Trea-

Two on the Untied States Bank his report shall he received it will he submitted -I. so in Cadiz, particularly when the (the days to he designated) in such qnn- Mtry dntts on specie paying banks to the

i >riO.t.n; to the Secretary. with all other authentic stinAvl is made of silk. The adjective tity :'* .!hall be required f.,r their IJutions I|I U e&t
information which may have then on each rl.iy. And I deem it necessary to j Wiil'J.GCO.
from substantively
: ()!1 the Stale Bank of Alabama I been obtained. Dengoso Dengue, is also apprise ?!ir'e who may choose to r-fl'er1 Gihson.sary .

fer $10 J together with some used hv extension, meaning to enn'rctfor: the supply, that the lle.r I sary General of Snbtistence.

ch: n<:r, ::mount atid description notre I Florida Canal.-We ]have been hindlj l a prudish person or one difficultto will t he required to he of the bent, which 1 _

nC mberetl.i I favored with the following copy ofa letter, be pleased.-Char. Courier. the market! can aftbrd, and partteular at- I 'l.ILIRANiR IENT.I

from the Secretary- ofAV'ar. on this sul iert. Frcrr. thf Chnrlfiton Mercury.Mr. ff'ntionr11ct had to the butchering thercjof .

i ne person is very seriously' injur- so interesting: in nil: our readers in Florida.: Editor.Bein": 8stlr..d.fyou good i p i : as a rigid inspection of it will alvays :FLORIDA MAIL. ,

_ c" 5:u; :M! IN supposed he mil recover. WAR DEPARTMENT, \ feelings towards your fellow citizens in altViction. -!I be 'na,1e.IVrsons. I Hue every- Tiiestlav nt 10 o'cIocV.A. UDeparts

-r [Journal. July 14th, 1828. j' I have sent this communication, offering to contract w',11 make same day at 2 o'clock P. M.ULAKKLEY .

-V )leltei from Chipob Florida SIR,-I was duly favored with your requesting its publication in your useful pa. their Proposals writing, ealed and directed \ MAIL, _
II per, and oblige a patron this lucludin.c Mobile and the butes of Lou"si -
att'li H.,1.JuMV"t[ "lunda have risen letter of the 8th inst., with its enclosure to me at place, stating the .
The Jcnguru rate per pouni, in n :.i"rhbid, for which i .iia aixl Mississippi
:t lessi on the
_( SOO per cent in price, and subject of the Florida I am one of those unfortunate devils! that: they will furnish, and they shall be informed Y\K every Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. *L _
; rc daily acJ\'andl1g-the tide of emiZraijonjs : canal ; and, in reply, I have the satisfaction alwavs hare their share of what nobody of t''". accep'atxce of their Prop Departs even Friday at
flowing in most rapidly, to state to you, that the report else cares to have, but still there is a kind !1 j I sals either hy letter from, or on per!onil! \ M. ,

_I and the country stiil proves uninter- in relation to that work i is in a of satisfaction in being able to say, mi 'I application: to, ir.eat Cantomient Brooke ALL OTHER MAILS. -

r-ptecMv hoalthv '; the Physicians toad I state of forwardness, as well as the meeting one who is as yet a stranger to thi* I on the day abate mentioned. Diir every Sunday and \Wednesday at 4 .

:: starvation are removing away : Maps which are to accompany it ; so nnwelrome guest. I have had it-sre how I John PaeLt.. &: o'clock, P.t _
my joints are swelled, look at mj feet Ii Tuesday and
fi.r that there is Ut'ihrt ever Saturday at
Ass't. Com. Sub.
crop two or three weeks ago every reason to hope the think I shnll pet the dropsy-I nuter 'nall of o'clock, A. M.1CLetters.

I v' I e refine as I ever saw ; the most whole subject will be laid before Congress recover my former strength aain. a hundred o t--No Proposals will be received _ _

?r-Hin; ;1 : }"osprris were presented to at the opening of the next ses different other lamentations of the effects after the 31st of October 1G28. which are not deposited -

:bc planters! ; sine then however sion. And if possible, the Map will that this disease leaves 88 a Ifg-arv' to i>3-lit.NOTICE one half hour, before the regular

1 aveh..a he its chosen victims, for fear that fiom; it< time appointed for the departure of
if
a (.t ought which engraved, there shall be meansat
Oind prevails the short duration they might forget that they the Mail, will be detained until the
pror.ucmuch of the
alarm ; it is a disposal Department, ap ever had it. As 1 have described. so was ndebted _
to me hy Note the -
persons Mail unions it sirits
rn.C.1 !' plicable that I afflicted and ALL next ; convenience
'mc to
or the corn is now in object. with these choice specific Book Account
I are requested to .
iniL.l of the Post Masler to mail
Th With memoranda for when the fever had abated 1
e cane crops are not yet very respectful consideration; ; i make payment to Col. S. Gates, who is .
I looked and felt lik* Itn them
fljL rd more antoma- sooner. .
; they are said by persons ac- I am, Sir, your most Obe't. ton out of order than like n human my Agent and Attorney, during my absence -
being
; Ilaseli Hunt
jUJmted wnh: its growth to be as fine P. B. Porter. when the other day. with laborious difficulty $ from Pen eola. W. -

j uZ C\'f seen ; Jecd nothing can sur- HON. Jos. M. WHITE of Flori hobbling along the Bay, I met my friend Samuel Patterson., POST OFFICF, Post Master _

a. L----- who told m.e that he also! had hu1. June 14th, 18: 173t. I'ensacoU bt. Julvv 2i.--17-.3, .

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Claims.FiirvivuiE (A.) personally appeared tUIs day
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':T\'F'TYDOLLJftS MARINE DEPOT 7 \\ 'V\utiO\\tl-r Form of a Declaration to be made ly theOfficeri. attorney named in the foregoing .i ai'III
NAVY YARD, 5 rertain Olii- Po
PfssAcoLA
of
An the relief a attorney and made oath "
for
act .
18th 1828. of the! Revo- that the 1
REWARD. July the Army ..
)3 of
eel'S and Soldiers For the purpose of obtaining the benefits was not given to him by reason

" .1:1:::, t.1.j TRAVEl or stolen PROPOSALS will until be the received 1st Septrmber by"the 1 lutiop.Re it. enacted by.the Senate and'Jlun of an act, entitled "An net for the re- transfer, or of any attachment, let or |8T

the 25th of State of iefof certain surviving-officers and soldiers seizure, by any legal process 'at
on JuJs.f. for the Post with, Fifty of the United wlii tt,!
furnishing
I from the subscriber next, of Rtprelt'ntativel That each of the Army of the Revolution," : !i the pay therein authorired to
;:. ly, Cords ef good Oak (Black Jack) Uowl, America in COllgTc'8S assembled, lP-1 be
."" 'ft ,.t t A t o be delivered at the Navy Yard at such ofthtsun"iving, utncerJ of the army of the >rorecl on the 15th of May, 1828, I, -, I: rd. but that the said pay U intt ilJ.
:. the Commanding Continental Line, who of-,\in the county of -, in the State : enure wholly to the pcnonil -.4
Small Dark Bay Horse imes as may be required by vo1ution 1U the btaeSt"the
half the resol'e of of -, do hereby declare that I was an person by whom the said
Officer.G. by poin
c:: titled pay
!I -l::', black mane and foretop, Dg'edabout six.or F. October was twenty-first to seventeen hundredand officer in the Continental Line of the Ar- i executed, ?,_
seven ALSO. Lindsay, of the Revolution and ed inch : Witness my hand this
years. authorized to receive, out my sen as ; --
be I!: day or..
Ill" A LIGHT BU HORSE, I9rf. Lieut. Commanding. ?* ,n eriity.,. mnn.\' in the Treasury not otherwise [i here: insert, to the end of the war, or (as I'' in the year -. ....0

white mane, und both ? -- the amount ot his full the case may be) to the time when the arrangement -I I Before me, -. (here ?insert 1
0-iCK 'appropriated,
, Port DEPARTMENT t
:t.i hind feet white-aged about June 7th, 1828- 5 .IA said line, according to h,, rankin of the Army provided by the :I I Justice of the Peace or other '
J. ..r: four 'eal's. Should pay third resolves of the 3d and 21st of duly empowered to administerag ;
) this with the Congress
, !-' will be received at the line to begin
: !! the Horses prove to have been stolen, the PROPOSALS until the 1st of Octobcr day of March, one thousand eight hundred Octobe, 1780, was carried into effect, I! the County of-, in the Star, or.,..)... j

I. above reward wilt be given for tbe' ap- next, for the Conveyance of the Mail und iwentyiix, and to continue (luring and reduced undei that arrangement,) all I: personally appeared, this day,_.J .

prehenson of the thief. lfstrayetla reasonable timer a week between Mobile, Ala. and : his natural Me : Provided, That, which penod I was a in the regiment : -, of the said county, who did

; ':-. :tL compensation heEli made. New Orleans Steam //
r1-: ';' AdkinsoD. be carried from City tu City within 30 I receive a larger sum than the full pay And I also declare, that I afterwards received foregoing declaration wan iubscnbj i

.. .-. ,. h hours and the service to commence on of in said hne. a certificate (commonly called a generally reputed and believed toL *
.., .. : .. Little River, Monroe Co Ala, > ; a Captain been an officer in the .
1828.-22-.t. S the 1st of November, and continue fouryeR" Sec. 1. Md be further enacted, That, commutation certificate) for a sum equalto Army Of the
' a; Aug 4. lution, in manner as therein
.i. whenever of said officers has received L the amount of five years' full pay ; stated.:
.;,: .," "\)' l( 1E _ any which offered the resolve of Witness my hand, this
...:I I.... .', .I. money of the United States, as a pension sum was by -day of",
' : : A NEW VOLUME, since the third day of March, one Congress, of the 22d 1 of March, 1783, in- Lntheye&r-. ,
er
: ,
! :
: r' Citizens of Pena cola
:' : THE CKEELLISHEDQUARTERLY WITH fll KLE- thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, stead of the half pay for life, to which I [Signed]

::1.1i z: 4 and the Public arc respectfully ENGUAVING. aforesaid, the sum so received shall be I was entitled under the resolve of the 21.t J, -, Clerk of the Court oftynf

; tfkt informed that the fast sailing; CANT' deducted from what said officer vouU,, October, 1780. : ---, inthe. State of.-._..., do Coq.

,'d'ijf.i'; pilot Boat,. H. B. Chamberlain, Ne\v \OYkAV\VTOT otherwise, he entitled to, under the first L And 1 do further declare! that I have received certify, that-, before whom the
WIU sail between this Port and Mobile
t I section of this act ; and every pension to of the United States, as a pensioner going Affidavits were sworn, Wax ,i"
'li ; regularly once a week, during the sum- And Ladies' Literary Gazette: of here time, (here insert either a at *
which said officer is now entilled, shall 1 since the 3d day March, 186, [ Justice ct*

.4... :'j'J' mer season. 11. BRUCE, Devoted to the Belles Lettrcs, fine cease after the passage of this act. insert, no money, or (as the case may be) Peace or other Magistrate, duly emp ,
1
.'$:.. '.,.. .- _Master._ Arts, Music, Drama, Passing Sec. 3. Jnd be further enacted That that I have received, as a pensioner otthtA ed to administer oaths,]and duly ttapo:
.rt-I: ered administer
non-commissioned officer United States since the 3d day of to oat hi.
; FOR every surviving !,
;: rit: SALE. Events tifc. fyc. fyc. musician, or private, in said army, who Hatch, 1828, tbe sum of-dollars, paidto In testimony whereof? I have h

kr4h.; THAT pleasant and desirable : PRINTED BY GEORGE P. MORRIS."Here enlisted therein for andduring the war, me by the Agent for pa}ing' pensionsin I set my hand, and'affixed: tbe

' r : !II! dwelling on Intendencia street, ; -- and continued in its service until its termination the State of :]i [L. s.) of the said Court, tillS --dl

-.&k: p belonging to Major Bowie. F o : thall young geniiiswinghis Eagle flight, and thereby became'entitled lo [Signed] --, in the year-_. ]a(

......,.. .... terms, which will be made moderat I 'Rich Dcw-dropsfshaking." from Ins plumes ofLight. i receive a reward eighty dollars undera Before me, [here insert, Justice [Signed] (

'k apply to _ _ resolve of Congress, passed May fifteenth efthe Peace, or other Magistrate, duly 16-- w. 2m. .

I.. Robert Mitchell. THE SIXTH VOLUME of the Mirror was seventeen hundred and seventy empowered to administer o.tths,] in the C JleiJlE llCI./J.Ll1 't- "

Pensacola TWELFTH DAY shall be entitled to receive his full I of in the State of UTBL.s.
..t July 10, 1828-18-St.C5A3V1E on eight, county -, -, personally .
."".. !C',;.&"'....... of JULY. As the plan of Embellishingthis monthly pay in said service, out of any appeared, this day, -, and- THIS House, lately occupied bjMa'V .

:."t.h L ( T \} publication with appropriate engravings money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated of the said county, who did, severally, the WRIGHT, was opened II ("' f

J is understood and believed to be altogether ; to begin on the third day of make oath, that --, by whom the fore- 16th of February, by the SubicriW, t
,
;4'; 1.. :JJI THE residence cf the the most acceptable, and cor- March, one thousand eight hundred and I goiuigdeclarition was scribed. is generally who respectfully solicits, a share otbe p

; :; IIt.J !! at the head 'regnnnd better with the refinements of twenty-six, and to continue during his : remiied and believed to have been tronace of the Public. All, whltkcahtics .L.. ,_ .J-ij

"': or Esc mbia Jbay a xsegro society, and<< the improvements in the natural life : Provided, mat, n-j noncommissioned an officer in the Army of the Revolution, anord. shall be itcrdiotfcl r [:1

, Ir.. L fellow, who says he is free public taste, thtr. any other, it wiH he ad- officer, musician, or private in manner as therein stated. and every attention devoted to the qui ttIlf 4

" : :f: : 4 and has hired himself as hered to. The generous patronage be- in said army, who is now on the Witness my hand, this day of-, comfort with a preference.An of those who. will favour the Hlat -.,

. ,..., such : calls himself stowed upon the work, added to numerous pension list of the United States, shall be in the year-
; W I excellent Billiard Table "
: : ; evidences of liberalsentiments and : entitled to the benefits of this act. [Signed] the attaclea t It

.:';f.ik: m m '' ,'J1 jB ? .C\. kind feelings, emanating from persons of Sec. 4. And be further enacted, That r, -, clerk of the Court of the County building establishment will contribute, occupying to a lepmt, ,. .;

' both sexes, who are alike dietinguished the pay allowed by this act shall, under of -. in the State of -, do hereby out amu.setnent, '
I.\.i.. interfering with the '
and says he has lived in'V/ashington City, for their attainmei.ts in polite literatuie, the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury certify, that -, before whom the foregoing I quiet of the House and food order id !L.
\" "' und at the Indian Springs in and for their of the fine private partieita _' ..
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1;: Geo-gia. knowledge arts. I be paid to the Officer or Soldier en- affidavits were sworn, was at the be always- accommodated "
)..!t1'1; Said Negro, is very bUck, five feet six arc powerful incentives to the most titled thereto with a di_
:. : persevering or to their authorized attorney time, a [here insert, Justice of the- sitting room. .
' -j t':: or eight Inches high, and has a scar on cflotts to deserve a regard and at such places and days as the Secrt- Peace, or other Magistrate, duly empowered There is on the premises
.t one of
; : the left check. tb.dat
' ,, ',. Hev/ishesto go to the distinction i so gratifying. try may direct ; and that no foreign to administer oaths! ,] and duly empowered Stables in the place,'where Horses
j1.i; north I as soon as the month for which I We are greatl} flattered both with the Officer shall be entitled to said mv : nor to administer oaths. strictly attended tO.JOHNGARNIER.. shaftfe

;\\r\tYkj.' nave inreci mm is compJeterf ; but, as i i number and character ot our readers and shall any Officer or Soldier receive the In testimony whereof, I have hereuntoset

' ;i *i', think he is a runaway, I shall endeavor correspondents. U'e could enumerate same, until he furnish to said Secretary my hand, and affixed the seal -

.".:Vi.**ti:fi... to hire him for a longer period, to give his many who rank among the first in our satisfactory evidence that he is entitled to [I..s.) of the said court,' this day TIVZ6,

j.v-'4 owner ai opportunity to get him. country for genius 'nd learning) and it the same, in conformity to the provisions of -, in the year Board per Month, $ 25

?*kjVfr. % Andrew P. S 1 pSn. I shall be our pride and pleasure to furnish of this act; & the pay Hhowed by tlii* act [Signed] Day Boarders, 20

14 \>: Pensacola, 25th July, 1828-20tf.fif I them with a work which shall continue to shall not in any way be transferable, or : ( B.) Dinner 75
: r--__ merit their protection and favour. ludependen'ly liable tn attachment seizure Breakfast
,
loy or by Form Declaration Supper .
; of a to be made by the 371
Ui .*;*V( KEA-STOHfcS, &c. I ot the voluntary aid, so generously any legal process whatever, but shall .JVvn-comrnisrier.ed Officers, Musicians, Horses per day J 25 -

' "; ? Subscribcrhasjust received per 1 I I bestowed, and so very acceptable, entire wholly to the personal benefit of and Pr t'atcB. per month 20 0..",

::l lvJ f.a-r TilE from New Orleans,-ma. i! we take the opportunity of saying, that the Officer or Soldier entitled to the same i'orthie purpose of obtaining the benefi -I Pen cola. February 2Qth 1828-45 ifF. tot
f" ..r i: his I we have engaged the pens of several by ihisa t,
king of
: assortment Sea Stores nf'An
. ver) act for the relief certain survivinir H.
NISBET
ir"-.v.r. : complete : I I gentlemen who are well known in th- Sec. 5. Jlmlb" further enacted, Thatso officers and soldiers of the Army of ,

, :. $; ;''% Macaroni, in baskets literary world, and whose productions w.- much of said pay as cmed by thepTOViiOfl5 the Revolution," approved on the 15.h BEGS l leave to inform his Friends d

: ',*..;'V Vermicelli in boxes ,I!I-are r persuaded, will! impart new spirit toI of this act, before the third day ma\., 1828, I -, of -, in the county Customers, that he hu it

1:: .:ijl Gruyere cheese I the futurepages of thr work. We, there- of March, eighteen "hundred and twenteight. }'- tr-. m the State of-, do hereby commenced businessat his Old Stoi .

.? 'j1 I'atte graftse do. fore feel the fullest confidence in statingthat ,&hall he paid to the Oiticers and declare! that I enlisted in the ContinentalLine where 'he has for sale a very goodiw( '.:

; -4ii; !: Raisins, Prunes, Almonds our succeeding*volumes will surpass Soldiers entitled the samp as soon as of the Army of the Revolution, for men t ofFresh "'.

ii."iV-) Cl.ampa.igneVine those which have preceded them. may be, in the manner and under the provisions and duringthe war, and continued in its Fi Seasonable Goodst!
: We
$S.* beg to remind the reader, that the
Family Flour before mentioned tnd the service until its
; pay termination at which
: ;I; J: Do do half bb. copperplate engravings-which arc of a which -shall after said shall be ; Received by the latest arrivals from set
I accrue *'ay, period I was a [Sergeant, Corporal, Mu- York and
:. superior kind, and of the full Philadelphia.
" Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Pork I quarto size- paid seiDi-annu-ally, in like manner, and ician or Private, as the case mlybein
i r.;:" are drawn and executed 3,3 j and 4 Point Blankets 1.
::; Mackerel by our most
No.1 under the
and
Ca 1ain's
No. :2- : same provisions. Company, in the .
regiment
-
;:O/t: :;:. Superior Goshen Batter skillfu aitists, expfe8slyfor this work, and A. STEVENSON, of the line. And I also decUe 7-4 and8-4 Striped Duffield Blifli i
1 bale
r :-j: t Best Cincinnati covered Hams camsvt be procured in any othf. Speaker of the House ol Representatives.S. that I afterwards received a certifi- superior Heavy Whitney da

'lie : ...A.'! Middling Bacon, &c. Takir.g lulo view the number of valuable SMl'lfl, cate for the reward ofeichtv 3 bales White & Drab Flushings VPM
'f platesthe of dollars to hlitie and. kl-i(*l- tm.I. ,.....11'u. ;
quantity matte r contained ......
: Julius Pre;dent of the Senate, prs temporc. which I was entitled, under resolve of hud ----- -" '- -
Pescay. in the Mirror, added the mist cassime'res sati
to quality of the ; netts, assorted
_; Approved-5th May, :82. Congress, the 15th MMav
passed 1778.
; Pensacola, 26th. Feby. 1828-50-tf. paper, and the general style of the execution JOHN QU1NCY ADAMS. Audi' further ; super super and common faff
':!"i ,..fI.J it in oy far the cheapest publicaIn declarethatl was noton prints; 7-8 :and 4-4 Irish linens; W
L2 .. TfiKASCilT DilMRTMEVT: the fifteenth day of March, 1628, the
-:' .. ;'q LAND AGENCY. the United States. Works of a similar : ) : on latfns ; dimities ; super 6-4 fancy Jf
: Pension of
List the United
.Jti...: subscribers have of- I character published in Great Britain al- fliay 28, la23. ) States. hams; white, yellow red andgreenf!

.,.....:.,..;,....'. THE for the opened and an hniuih, 'Iwiimtifn. .., siinnniled.. sir.'sieh The Act for the relief of certain [Signed. ] nels ;' black and colored bombazetts
.. '.." purchase saleof- --1-1 -- ---- Rpfn. m... ,_ _, rho,_ :. ..n..e_ :. ,__ '
,. ,' .!.: Lands, at St. Augustine the t I house formerly more expensive ; in many instances* we surviving Officers" and Soldiers of Ihe I Justice-- --of- the" L""' """"" 'I;Han- printed bomb zetts and Sahisurybnets
Peace other
1 "' occupied by Col. Perrault, at the believe, they amount to nearly double the Revolution. approved on the 15th day or Magistrate' ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton butt
'-:: .:: '\' south west corner of the public price of this journal. of May, 1828, (of which the foregoing i is a duly empowered to administer oaths,] in beaverteens, linen cambrics eaab
" .;., square To these who copy,) will be carried into effect under the County o !- in the State of-. t hdkfs Bar s
: wish
a... .......- where persons desirous to accomplish either may more fully to ; ge bdkfs; blade Italian cap*; ,'
: : i understand the character of the work and the following regulations : : personally appeared, this day, -, and 'flounced robes
purchase or sales of real'estate, are ; gingham do,spider DC& ,
;._, .,' '%' requested leave their commands. to commence their subscriptions on the Each Officer claiming under the act, :, -, of the said county who did several patent threads, Russia diapers, plain &
:" ). will transmit ( the ly make oath that --, by whom the ri1
r ? opening of a NEW o Secretary of the figured book
; : A long residence in the Territory of TOLCME, perhaps it is muslins, Madras and Bff
: :-'': i; Florida, his enabled the subscribers to proper to say, that among a variety of other Treasury a declaration, according to the foregoing declaration W us subscribed, is tania hdkfs., comp'y flags, figured en{*

.f :?'";;!: become intimately acquainted with near- subjects it embraces the following : form hereunto annexed, marked A, and generally reputed and believed to have dresses ; white, brown and mixed cottfl i"t;
been
i.....; .: all ORIGINAL .l\lUHAL each non-commissioned Officer, Mttrician an officer in the Army oMhe.. Revo- half hose
: ly the individual claims to land, in thi- I TALES-either ficti- lution ; white and mixed worsted, fl5
i.:.J district as well as to their titles, locations, 'tious, or founded un events ot real life in and Private, according to the form marked -r m manner as therein stated. lamb's wool do ; fine linen hose, ladl :

i .,.,.:;). qualities, and relative value. And the in. : the United States America. : B, accompanied by the oarh of two respectable in Witness the my hand, this- day of-, I white and black cotton do., lead, 'SII ;
; i:: creasing I HEVILVVS-of witnesses .as to his identity. year and black
publications
applications made, for information Foreign and worsted do. plain and cat2b
i::' t; from Domestic. which oath: is to be taken before Justiceof [Signed]
] of cloaks
every part the United States, furniture check, bed-ticking, J)Ith.
I
4 : OMIGTWAL' the Peace, or other Magistrate, I -, CJerk ofthe Court of the Coun '
ESSATS
more literature duly
t especially, respecting sugar estates, -on morals, of oefnnccotton .Uirtlnj'', oil .tth.b
r.''.:;e'":." !')'_ has induced them to believe, that an es. history- .VO)agoel. travels. American antiquities empowered to administer oaths in the that ty -, in the State of-. do certify r hnmhl7.inplZ- --.n. ', fft.-.r""_. .L........I* 'kl""AKL"U"....BM", hl..ir"II........ .
tablibhment or this kind, could be rendered the fine arts, &c. State or 1 erntory in which he resides -, before whom the loregoingif f satin and mantUl do.'S-4lrlib".i7"white shirt j
fidavits
c.; useful to the public. FEMALE CUARAcTER-educ'\tion, manners and authenticated under the 'seal of the were sworn, was, at the time, a- m -,&4 damask, brown linens;super bbd!

All orders directed to them, for copies beauty, and ill'ess.AMEBicAX Court of the County in which the oath [Justice of the Peace, or as the case- ,I and "whiteplaid and striped, Bapt&

of surveys, maps or plans.as well as other UiooRArHT historical was administered, as ,shown in the said may oaths.In be,] .and duly empowered to administer printed shawls and hdkfs ; printed Waft

information, on the above subject, will be sketches of the lives of such persons, cf forms. loo shaw Is,fancy silk dresses,imns thre*

furnished without delay. Letters, post both sexes, as have become celebrated Each Officer will also transmit his testimony whereof I have hereuntoset linen gloves, linen tapes,'Russia shirt&p

paid, directed to 'the Land Agency, St. for their heroism, virtue,fortitude, talents, if in existence and commission my hand and affixed the seal ot I m U'd drab cloth; blue, & red strouds,
attainable and "
( the said
L. s- this
] court, -day of "
wfuj-tttrine will
receive due patriotism, tic.LITERART ALSO
atteA ion. each non-commissioned I ,
__ Officer, Musician, in the year .
JOHN LEE WILLIAMS, INTELLIGENCE notices of and Private, his discharge, which documents [Signed] 4 cases saddlery, assorted .
I
: ..., WILLIAM H. SIMMONS, new publications. after being registered, will be (C.) 9 c ses Brewster's hats: assorted q -
THE DRAMA
FRANCIS J. FATIO. -comprising strictures on returned. If the commission or discharge 'ties

1t. .... Dec. 27th, 1827.--44-tf fie New-York stage. has been lost or destroyed, he will transmit Form of a Power Attorney. 5 trunks fine ready made clothing <

, J4I.J References; DESULTORY SLEcTis-wjth occasion such other evidence as lit Know ail Men by these Presents, that 12 trunks ladies'and gentleraeni'M
' % : al remarks. : may possessor I, -, of in the I and shoesChildrens'
a'r. Col. Jos. M. Write, can obtain, corroborative of the statements -, county of -, in :

: ,,, Delegate fron Florida, AIECDOTEs-humorous, literary, historical -, set forth in his declaration.: the State of do hereby constituteand and boys' shoes; broganii-
.)'::"'" Mr. Henry S. Tanner &c. appoint -. my true and lawful at- Soal leather ralf'sthic. Ahn thfeSd
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"-t p i i( Doctor Brush, New Philadelphia York PAssING EVENTS or THE TINES. Itthe evidence transmitted, taken in torney with a power of substitution, form 25 kegVirginia Tobacco if"
1'
; Bernard E. Bee, Charleston, POETRY connexion with that afforded by the 'pub : and in my name, to receive from the 5 boxes superior cavendish do. '
: f --original and selected ; lie records at Washington, be found satisfactory United States the
; )Ir. James ITMhmi, Baltimore.flfadeirai'n -: amount of pay now due Hardware \
...,:11.. ..;. Together with many other miidellane- the amount of two years' full pay, to me, under the act for the relief'of certain #c. td {i
ous subjects which at the rate to which the Pen, pocket, and oi
it would be unnecessary Officer or Soldierwas surviving officers and soldiers of the' sportsmen
J:: i : : .CordialsLj'II : (c. now to enumerate. entitled, according-to' his rank in the revolutionap) proved 15th 1ayf826182S I knives ; knives and forks, eaversV1 ,"

&; At v i-iis per oi ii*. viticHns irorn Having procured new font of for. line at the close of the war, or at the time as a -in the- regiment of the-] I I and trays ; Henning's beat neediestera \
type
I &
, ; Philadelphia the purpose, we shall occasionally of his reduction, (as the case may be,) but line of the army of the Revolution. and trays, plated spurs, scarpenter's .
# 10 cases superior Old London present in no instance 1 and
t Particular tools
readers exceedingthe ofa shoemaker'srier'sdo.
atf: our with such HEW TIECES oy MUSIC full-pay Witness my hand and seal, this J
..l' ,VP;:*; Madeira me. as may deserve, on account of the Captain of the Continental Line, will be day of -, in the year---- ., stock locks, padlocks,
.. '. '": 10 Old Port Wine.Cherry.Brandy beauty of their composition, to be transmitted to him. at the place of his residence Healed and delivered in > and tongs, kettles, sauce pan t '"
h : 10 Superior. pre after therefrom card &c. &c.Pensacola .
in deducting
served the
the
our
We 5
: ,. pages. conclude presence ofSigned
.! ,
; '1r 20 Cordials first by of
quality assorted in. amount pension which he t82T3sd''I'HE
any Dec. 7th
remarking, that so far as we have may [ ] ,
com ft.
k
.. the 1 doz. have received s.]
cases each. from the
mand of United States
\ means, the Before
Mirror shall
be made me, -, a Justice of the Pence
10 II Wine Bitters. to equal to any similar periodical in Eu since the 3rd day of March, 1826. He in the county of_ in the StClt of-- Subscriber has just TeeeiY t

i J 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. may, however, authorize any other personto personally appeared, this ., roaOltD" (vein 1ft .

: r.t.: 3 Barrels Cherry Bounce. I rcpe.CONDITIONS. receive it for him ; in which case, he name i is subscribed to the day,-, whose lean, a very large assortment of G0'

6 Half DbI,. Anniseed, Peppermint : I will execute a power attorney, accord of and foregoing power ries. He offers in addition to his fI d
attorney,
::}"n end Cinnamon Cordials. The ing to tic annexed form, marked C,which acknowledged the stock :-
: MKBOR published same to be his act and deed.
iT For Sale by day, for the proprietor, by every Daniel Satur.Fan. of must the be Peace acknowledged before a Justice Witness my hand, this day of- .! each Champaigne Wine, in Baskets of 1"
or other warranted
shaw, at No. 163 William-street. Magistrate, and in the year -. superior
F. H.
Nisbet. It is
authenticated under the seal do. of 1820-
of the Courtof Brandy
in
ill Fensacola, Bee 20. 1827. printed the royal quarto form, on fine the County: in the [Signed] Zante Currants
same
paper. with bourgeois and brevier manner as is I, -,Clerk of the Court of the Coun-
.
-- .
I .. ,. type. already nrescribed in 1
I rmy-iwo numoers regard to- thekrit- tv of-_ in.. >.h..... C t"..'..k nf'. J.. \L.. PonchongTeaPrunes
complete a volume l 9 (
S13u11 11L1A1. of four hundred and sixteen royal tions. But no payment will be d'to certify that before whom y UU the IIlnuy foregoing very fresh ,.'
quarto such -;
Raisins
any until
attorney, he
a has made ,
for which of ?
/Iff UL subscriber lias sale Page an ELEGANT power atterney was acknowledged
ror ,a Sew pair BKOUAVID oith, according to the annexed Almonds .
form .
,
D is
: JL bugar Boilers, us a sample from the VIGSITTB TiTtE-PAor, and a copious in-. that the which he authorized a Justice of the Peace. Med C Claret of 1820
dex pay to In
are given. I re. testimony whereof
; I have hereunto
2munfactoryand can supply *ny quantity I cieve is intended to enure wholly to the Tuscaloosa Dye Whiskey
to order. F. 11. NtSlSET.Pensacols The termsareFATABLEIN FOUB'DOU,4I1s .personal benefit of the set my band and affixed the seal
er IJln Officer Geshen
m, or Soldier Butter
[t. a.] of the said
; Dec 7lh 1827 conrt, this day of
-ott-U.Executed 4DV. fCE. Vhose attorney he sit do. Cheese
: _ I -, in the year -.
It is forwarded by the earliest mails- is requested tfcatj all letters to the : Beef in bbls. For family use

: PBJ.TING, unless otherwise directed to all subscribers Secretary of the Treasuryon the subjects, (D.) With an additional supply of Dry &**.

i residmg&eyondthe:! City of New York. may be endorsed oo the cover, "RevoluV Fern of Affidavit to be taken by At- Hard ware, Glass ware & Queens ***

with neatness and despatch OZT: Subscriptions received at the Office tionaxy Claims." I: torneys. Sold Low for Cath.

atthisofficc. of the Pensacula Gazette. Richard Hush. Before me,-, a Justice of the Peace 3. PescsfPensacola ;

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