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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: September 2, 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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V. (PrMipaaorAominet.) P E NS.co I.A, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2nd, 182&. (Open to all pirties : influenced by hone.) N o. 25.ne .

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POBUIBKD WILY J .t I that have been purchased for, or on shall be named in the record as witnesses 'I MISCELLANY.Ae I I'black clouds: the wind, rushed abroad*
RUNT cSt '-' J'r, account of' the same, be, and they are I ; and such continued residence, 11 "I" r .\ as if l Indeed their 90d had let loos*.
ruMithers of the /.atr /the t/ntferf !Slates hereby, vested in and confirmed to I within the limits and under the jarif I Front Western Virginia Argus. all his storms. Tim tall sons of thd
and of the Territory of Ft orida. the said Corporations respectively, diction of the United States, whets s&tisfactoriiy CAIt&Lt COUNTY, June 13th, 1828. forest bowed their lofty bead I bft&rt
TERMS. and thai they may severally purchase: !, J I I proved, ami tbe phioe'-cir: $.-After my Carriage I enjoyed them. Streams ofKghtolsgfoOowea
FOUR DOLLARS peranuum, ia mlfanct; ifpayment take receive, and apply to the'uses of places where the applicant! has'rrtided happiness almost without alloy, for one* another in quick succession and
it will dc.rr..J be required..IX moutb, FIVE'COLLARS their associations, according to the for at l least five years as aforesaid, thirteen months. During that time I rolled along the ground. Rain aniDI -
trT: Advertisements iui conspicuously at rules and regulations, that they may shall be stated and set forth, together my wife became the mother of a fine filed with hail poured down in torrents.'
ONE for the DOLLAR first inwnion for, e\ery and FIFTY fourteen CENTSfor liner, respectively establish, from time to ;I with the flames of such citizens, in son. A few days after his birth it i r The scene could not be more terrific,
each continuance-longer ones in pro time, for tho management of the con 1 I the record, of the Court admitting the I was.reported, that the Indians were lad heaven opened its tremendous
portion. corns of their societies any lands, I applicant ; otherwise the same shall about to make an inroad into the set- ; magazine, to make its last assault upon
ALL KINDS OF tenements!, rents, legacies, annuities, II not entitle him to be considered and tlement. Myself and seven others this poor citadel of man. To m6
( m malt' lT rights,property, and J privileges: : or any deemed a citizen of the United States. were ordered to penetrate the wilderness It had no terrors, the raging of the
THANKFULLY RECEIVED AND NEATLY EXECUTED goods, chattels, or other effects, of Approved-24th May, 1828. and vatch the Indian movements. elements seemed td say this is the
AT THE \7ETTh1"* OPriCE, AT what kind or nature soever, which I [PUBLIC-No. ?J.] Among the number was a young man moment of escape I sprang from
AT TILE ANY LOWEST 0>.F1C PRICES.& IN THE THAT SOUTHERN ARK CHARGED FART shall or may hereafter be giveogram- I:I An act authorizing a subscription! to the called Janes Hollymau, about my the place of my concealment, and
er TIt6 UN jo*. ed, sold, bequeathed, or devised unto i I stock nf the Chesapeake and Ohio Ca, own age, and who was married about rushed into the storm ; limbs, tops,
-..- nal Company.7e the same tme. He upwards of and trunks of fell
---_:- them respectively, by any person or was trees around me as
L 'lrS nf the United l fatrl!. persons, bodies politic or corporate, I it enacted by the Senate and six feet hith formed rather for thick as leaves before the winds of
-- ;-- capable of muking such grant, and i House of Representatives of the t/ht- strength than activity ; his open countenance Autumn. As I ran, amidst the roar
BY.1UTl1Uli1TJ: that they may respectively dispose of led States of America, in Congress t was an unerring index to a of the storm, I thought I saw the
the same : Provided always, That : assembled; That the Secretary of the f mind bold, geuerous,and enthusiastic, spirit of my dead companion ridingon
RIt S neither of the said associations shall ; Treasury be, and ho is )hereby, authorized I but destitute of that prudent caution, the whirlwind pursuing the foe. .
at any time hold, use, possess, and '. and directed to subscribe, in I which alone could give assbranco of: who had deprived him of life.
enjoy, within the District of Columbia ) the'name and for the use of the United I success in contending with an Indianwarriors When I reached the summit of the
either ,by legal seizure or trust, I States, for ten thousand shares of the ItisVife, though the veryopposite I I neighboring mountain, the sun showed
for their uses and benefit respectively, capital stock of the Chesapeake and of mine, was all that was I Ills fair face through the broken clouds,
.more than two hundred acres of land ; Ohio Canal Company, and to pay for lovely. IIer form so fragile yet so the bellowing of the thunder had
nor shall either of said societies hold, the same, at such times and in such graceful, the melancholy cast of her ceased, the winds were hushed and i;
in their own right, or by any other proportions, as shall be required of whole features; the tinge of rose that leath-liko silence reigned. I threw
[PUBLIC-No. 73.] person in trust or for their benefit.an and paid by the stockholders, gene- hung so lightly on her cheek, that the myself upon my knees with feelingsof
J n act to incorporate the Sisters of Charity rally, by the rules and regulations! of breath of heaven
of Saint Joseph and the Sisters of amount of real estate, the annual income slightest might tarry true devotion and returned my
the Visitation of Georgetown, in the of which shall exceed thirty five the company, out of the dividends it away, seemed to say that she look thanks to him in whose hands is the
District of Columbia. hundred dollars. which may accrue to the United States ed upon man as her support in the destiny of all flesh.
Be it enacted by the Senate and Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, upon their: Bank stock in the Bank of: hour of danger. Her soft blue eyes 1 now directed my course to tho
House of Representatives of the Uni- That the said corporations, hy their the United States : Provided, Thai : dwelt upon the face of her husband lettlemetit. I had to pass near the
ttd States of America, in Congress names, styles and titles aforesaid, be, not more than one-fifth part of the I i with peculiar delight. Their parting house of m father
assembled, That Mary Augustine De- and shall be hereafter capable, in law sum, so subscribed for the use of the was tender in the extreme; The mother, brothers and sisters of -
count, Elizabeth' Boyle, Jane Smith, nnd in equity, respectively, to sue and I' United States, shall be demanded, ir. agitation of her fair frame, the heav- his wife; had all been slain by the
Rosetta White} Margaret 'George, be sued, within the District of Co- I' anyone year, after the organizatioc ing of her bosom, the large transparent Indians about tlirfce years before, I
Bridget Ferrell, Francis Jourdan, lumbia and elsewhere, in as effectuala of the said company ; nor shall any drops that hung trembling in her intended to become unto her a bro
Ann Gruber, Adela Salva, Sarah manner as other persons or corpora greater sum be paid on the shares so eye, proclaimed the feeling within ; thrr, and }protect her as long as sho
Thompson, Margaret Felicita Brady, tions can suo or be: sued, and that the i subscribed for, than shall be propor even the masculine frame of her husband should live. When I came to the
Scholastica Beams, Julia Shirk, Louisa said corporations, or a majority of tioned to assessments made on individual was not proof against the "softer place the house was consumed by
Roger, Martha Dadisman, Mary them, respectively, shall severally or corporate stockholders : flame,"* he caught her in his arms fire.rI.ho first object that I beheld
Joseph Rivell, Mary Agnes O'Con- adopt and use a common seal, and the I And provided, moreover, That, for and wept like a child. was a dead Infant with an Indian'
ner, Mary Clare Shirley, Mary Paul same to use, alter, or chan e at pleasure the supply of water to such other canals On that day we penetrated about arrow sticking through its head. A.
Douglass, Eliza Martina ButcherEu- ; and, from time to time, make as the State of Maryland Vir- twenty-five miles in the wilderness! few yards distant lay the mother, so
gina Clarke, Jane Boyle, Rosetta Tyler such bye' laws, not inconsistent with ginia, or the Congress of the United and camped the first night on a creek horribly disfigured that it was difficultto
Mary Love, Ann Collins, Mary the Constitution! of the United States, States, may authorize to be con- that ran westwardly. The next know her. Those eyes that once .
M'Ginnis, Elizabeth Doilow, Rachael, or any law of Congress, as either may structed, in connexion with the Chesapeake morning we separated ourselves into had beamed love and friendship, were
Green, Ann Elizabeth Corbey, Mary deem expedient and proper. and Ohio Canal}, the sectionof four companies, and pursued different torn out of her head. Those lips,
Maria Sexton, Jaue Regina Smith, Sec 5. And be it further enacted, the said Canal leading from the head courses. Hollyman} and myself directed around which smiles of beauty once
Helena Elder, Catharine StigersAnn That if, at any time hereafter any the of the Little Falls of the Potomac river our course down the cieek. had played, that oven angels might -
:Frances Richardson, Ann Magdalene persons herein before named, or any to the proposed basin, next above On that morning the whole face oi have envied, were cut away, and the
Shirley Maria Muller, Ann Parsons, of their successors, shall cease to be Georgetown, in the District of Co- the country was covered with a thick teeth, white as polished ivory, cast
Rebecca Gough, Ellen 1'iggot i Margaret members of said sisterhoods, respectively : lumbia, shall have the elevation,above fog. Just as the fog began to disperse over the whole countenance a disgusting
Shannon, Mary Green, Mary such person or persons shall' the tide of the river at the bead of as we were passing near the grin. That mouth, whose breath
Delene, Ellen Timmons, Mary Hard- thereafter have no control in the proceedings the said Falls, and shall preserve, right bank of the creek, our ears had been as fragrant as the morning
ing, Mary Ann Pagan, Eliza Susau of said corporation under throughout the whole section afore- were saluted by the report of eightor breeze passing over beds of roses,
Knott, Margaret Brady, Mary Frances and in pursuance of the provisions of said, a breadth, at the surface of the ten rifles, and the whistling of bul was now filled with ugly craping in.
I Boarman, Ann Dorsey, Eliza this act. A. STEVENSON, water, of not less than sixty feet, anda lets around our heads. Eight or ten sects. I felt disposed at this moment
Magner, Barbara Mario, Mary Gibson Speaker of the House of nepre cntitlYCs. depth: below the same, of not less savages sprang from the place of their to question the justice of Providence ;
t 0t Lydia Dix, Mary T-vyger, Eliza S. SMITH, than five feet, with a suitable breadthat concealment, and rent the air with I looked up to heaven with no friendly -
1i' Smith, Brid g N Gibson, Ellen President of the Senate, pro tempore. bottom. their war-cry, which resembled the eye, and cued aloud, Oh God t twa
i'J i't Hughes, Ann Wickharn, Elizabeth Approved-24th May, 182R. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, mingled bowlings and screams of a it for this you created this oncef
, Graver, Mary Conncel, and their JOILN QUINCY ADAMS. That the said Secretary of the Trea- thousand wolves and panthers. The lovely being 'IVas it for this you
t successors hereafter to become Sistersof I sury shall vote for the President and rays of the sun falling upon them clothud her with beauty that would
ne Charity of Saint Joseph, accordingto [Ptnuc-\o. 74.] Directors of the said Company, according through a humid atmosphere gave have graced the court of heaven
been, or may hereafter be, established turalzat; ion. i the United States may at any time countenances were in the last degree spirit has flown to meet the kindred
AS.ui by their association, be, and they Be it enacted by the Senate and I hold in the stock thereof, and shall ferocious, owing in a great measure spirit of her husband in a happierland.
ntpe are hereby made, declared, and con- House oj Reprcscnlath of the Uni. receive, upon the said stock, the pro- perhaps, to the manner in which they .
., stituted a corporation or body politic, ttd States of America, in Congress portion of the tolls which shall, from were painted. Their blood red plumeswere I am sir, oM and weak, and unable
loipi ia law and in fact, to have continuance assembled, That the second sectionof time to time, be due to the United slightly agitated by the western to write more. God only knows
d.n forever, by the name, style, and the act entitled "an act to establish States for the shares aforesaid ; and breeze, that was slowly wafting the whether I shall ever be able to write
U'JIK! title of the Sisters of Charity of Saint an uniform rule naturalization, andto shall have and enjoy, in behalf of the grey columns of fog along the base of another line. Should I be, you shall
,:yl tt Joseph. repeal the acts heretofore passedon United Stairs, every other right of a the adjacent mountain. \Vre fled with again hear from me.
o Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, that subject* which was passedon stockholder in the said Company. all possible speed. I could have I remain your friend.
ud That Eliza Matthews, Alice Lalon, the fourteenth day of April, one Approved-May. 24th, 1828. made my escape without difficulty, JOHN JAMISON.
:l.:. Harriet Brent, Mary Neale, Elizabeth thousand eight hundred and two, and I --- but my friend was slow of foot, and I ,
,,11.1t.t.: Neale, Margaret Marshal, Ann the first section of the act entitled"an I, mU iCOA1LFrom could not think leaving him behind. Prom the National Banner and ffliig.
, x Combs, Louisa Jones, Jano Neale, act relative to evidence in cases < I advised him as he loved his life, not The present exc-item Nit among the
folI tr Ann Wright, Elizabeth Clarke, Lou- of natnrwlization," passed on the to discharge his gun, until the Indians people-or rather among certain noisy -
I isa Queen, Jane C. Neale, Mary Ann twenty second day of March, one should become separated in the chase, politicians--in the Southern
t Boarman, Grace Turner, Mary Cum- thousand eight hundred and sixteen, but he disregarded my admonitionand States, in regard to the operation of
rains Eleanor Miles, Mary Olivia beand the same ar areherebv repealed.Sec. i upon the first opportunity sent the new tariff law, is calculated to'
Neale, Ann Diggs, Catharine Corish, 2. And be further enacted, the contents of his gun through the teach us soma valuable lessons. Wo
s\\J Lucretia Ford, l\la'ry Caroline Neale, That any alien, being a free whiter I foremost Indian. I handed him mine, are not among the number of those,
. Mary King, Johanna Barry, Marj E. person, who was residing within the : because I could reload his, and yet who regard with serious apprehensions -
.11 Neale, Margaret Cooper, Sarah limits, and under the jurisdiction of the Hartford Times."There's escape with more ease than he could. the blustering threats so imprudently
Cooper, Margaret Dent, Elizabeth the United -States, between the fourteenth beauty in the Deep"Conn. Mirror. At a short distance I discovered nearly and rashly uttered. We have
:V kg-- Wiseman, Jerusha Barber, Elizabeth day of April, one thousand Therms beauty in the Sky." two acres ground closely} covered so much confidence in the strength
:.a L Lancaster, Matilda Hanagan, Mary eight hundred and two, ,and the eightcenth Mass. Yeoman. with laurel ; thither we bent our : the ligaments hy which we are'bbund
Crooks, Margaret King, Rebecca day of June, one thousand The Land. course ; as C leaped a small branch together as a Nation, that we view only
Harrison, Laura Bevans, Williamina I eight hundred and twelve, and who" There's beauty on the land. and entered the laurel thicket, I heard with a smile, the puny efforts of
Jones, Susan Duke, Catharine Mur- has continued to reside within the Its fields are spangled o'er with flowers, the crack of a rifile. 1 looked round' college students or full grown children,
cic't r), Eleanor Corcoran, Bridget Lynch, I same, may be admitted to become a The Perchance blushing its rose hues adorns are not its so bowers; and saw the blood streaming from even with learned doctors or grave'
Margaret O'Conner Elizabeth United States without bright and of friend his- and dignified statesmen their fiend
t Mys citizen of the As ocean's gems, or lamps of night ; the back breast my at ,
, Catharine Wide, and Ann having made any previous declaration But softer shades can soothe the soul, eyes met mine. It is, said he, na to weaken destroy them. The attachment
.t'I trench, and their successors hereafter :" of his intention to become a citizen : Greeu fields, through whict. clear rivers' longer necessary for me to reserve of the people to the constitution
be to become Sisters of the Visitation Provided, That whenever any per- roll ; my fire he turned on his heel, and federal union is too strong
Its hills and vales more railed rise
is: according to the rules and regulations son, without a certificate of such Declaration Than sea-green waves, or clouds in aklei. brought his gun to his face-at the too closely interwoven with all their
: that have been, or may of intention, shall make application There's beanty on the land. crack of the goo his savage foe sent habits of thinking, to'be.easily broken
2?* hereafter be, established by their association to be admitted a citizen of There's music on the land J- forth an unearthly cry, threw his even by an appeal to their interests
be and the United States it shall be twelve feet above his and passions. I Individuals
* they are hereby provedto The songsters choose the shady grove knapsack ten or may act
* madedeclaredand constituted a corporation the satisfaction of the Court, that To Garble out their tales of lore ; head, and fell forward on his face rashly, assemblages may talk violently,
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(; or body politic in law and the applicant was residing within the And often too the whispering breeze without life or motion Hollyman and tttcr empty threats, neighborhoods
:' In| fact, to have continuance forever, limits, and under the jurisdiction of. Sings sweetly through the waving trees. drew bis knife a smile of melancholy ''I may: be excited into a st\tfi of
The distant hum, of men
Ic ty the name, style, and title of the tho United States, before the eighteenth Ilcluiiiinr frota their weary toile, again joy overspread his whole face ; he temporary commotion, dangerous to
SISters of the Visitation. day of June, one thousand Their infant prattlers to see, advanced one or two steps towardhis I tbi-ir own peace and to the security'
Sec. 3. And be furtner enacted, eight hundred and t-velve, and has The toke of lore, is harmony fallen foe, sunk upon hb knees'I of their own citizens: Jld sometimes:
That all ana singular the lands, teiieIDent continued to reside within the same, There's music on the land. and expired without groan.. I a sovereign State, will lend its aid to
rents, legacies, annuitiesriglits, or he shall not be so admitted ; and There's quiet on the land. ,My own situation now because critical blow up and increase the already kin-
| property, goods, and chattels, heretofore the residence of the applicant within Dark,.gloomy clouds oft hide the sky, } I had looked on too long, the dled flame. But there are, we trust,
-; given, granted, devised or be. the limits, and under the jurisdictionof In And sea wares, in air in, confusion's fury dash' on found high ; Indians had surrounded me, though counteracting influences powerful,
.jueathed to either the said Sisters of the United States, for at least five So strife and hatred," on the: ground, they were somewhat fearful to advance and too sure of operation, to permit
the.Chariy.of! Saint Joseph, or Sisters of years immediately preceding the time But quiet is the moonlight hour upon me in the laurel. I must, I the extension of the spirit of discord
visitation, or to any individual of nf such application, shall be provedby When silence rules, with magic power : however, have perished had not Providence t 1 and popular commotion so far as to
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or to any person or persons for, the oath or affirmation of citizensof There's quiet in the raptured breast, rescued me. The heavens I produce any fatal or permanently ini -
! That dreams of hearen's eternal rest
e use of either of said societies I tho United Slates which, with ; results' However ready eachAND -
or ;, citizen There'i cult on the land,. .ia a raoraeut were overspread i jurious

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of the Union 'b.in its intercourselaws) -for thir town meet-1 1 When the 27th 1
i potion may whero a French 74 wasHost received their rations, and whom they they merely relate to the

turn, to complain ot rfAHI! or imaginary ings: their State resolutions,and their the Narrows the, ( Rovoluti nary war.by obeyed instead of the Government the Royal family, which, bi mott tber;'''

and nHl'gpd'wr ng.-; to'Hrenten Hartford Convention. The people of during counts, were at Bill/oa '
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;p1:4 offerings! from the over confidence These chiefs, rapacious and insubordinate where tlre "'

. ? I:"..., resistance to the laws and to South Carolina, now that their inter- ,I rissing; "of stays her captain, ,) Mr. Knox do-I have got possession of all the stated mot lively to have demonstrations been received ''
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the t of the t fleetedhavn begun of IOYaltlilt
: hint at iieccssity di-isolyinp: ests arc a sirf.a N. to give him good riiCflat I fortified places and strong holds in the affection.

federal! compact: ; it will ;il.vavs, we I i similar career,& threaten to proceed ; Capt.wheelaod to command u ilcnc country as Napoli, Corinth, Malvasia A portion of the Fr nch -

\' fJ;II. .;u. ppct, and we confidently iriiM, be 1 to a similar extremity. Already has n !. in the ;!" The orders w-orc I > Astros &c. where they defy the diz, left tht city ontransport tbe 3d K'nilO.or .:
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found to so cntcn-, I convention! in all !Ls *, under
impossible procure convoy of"TC '"
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.... .. 'I and the transition r Government oppress the people, and ..
"tJ:4.: coinbina-on I resemblance! to the quickly passed, war, for Toulon-these "
sive and powerful a as hearing a strikng vessel
il.I; I of the and the till ow thing into confusion : "
crew, by .
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return
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national Hartford Convention, proposed Cadiz, ? -
.t- : seriously to endanger our ; ex- i to
, : deck was so their feuds which have been the remainder
.' threaten l in' some of the gaiety of the quarter dignified : of the -Freuch trOce "
jstrncn, or even to a temporary j j and strongly urged that
have sudden and so great, as to be highly abroad with the title of civil wars, place. It
Already re- ,
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1; :.. : soothing to the wounded ferlia of i I l&istauce i to the laws, and hostility{ to j j imposing. The pilot not }'UANCE.ICq.. -

.::' J' those who think themselves! oppressed [ the federal Union here hinted at, if'I: gun gave his orders, and we passed, by the people, but by the soldiers of Speech of Duke Dtta.cl.-Tbe .., -
tho of the these different chiefs. The of
I with the cheers of crews people in the Chamber of Peers
recommended -
,.t:; or injured, i in the vigorous ami iniem- | not openly by some have ';'
I and Delaware of Greece industrious and within these few dajs, .
Southern United States many temperate a character
exercise ofthe privilege of cow- ,!the most prominent of our o

:t 'JL ';( plaining.perate It js no small rr.lic-4 to the j': Statesmen.; Let us then, s >oiog no. whom were on the islawds' into deeper f'enterprising, wish nothing so much as general possessed importance; and deserve than, they hatj bif

j j is from Jia- water, ami yielding gracefully to to resume! in peace their industrious "ccordiQlfl .
of
\.ti; mortified pride and iirhatcd tempeis i section country exempt attention-involving as they do '
.:.}..:; of those who are defeated, by being i jhility toexcessmake alldue allowances the swell of tho ocean ; the good frigate habits. They are volatile and avarn- Mnd circumstances which are )feq71.s b eq

,.,: :j.. ;;; thrown into a minority the nation, j. for occasional turbulance, in any shewed herself bo at home upon cious: it is true ; but their vices are rest to tnis country aud t I I the clement of which, as well as of her I' the effects, not the causes, of their de- following! is an extract from the "
: K*::t to swagger and boast and threaten, quarter, and suffer tho tcmpUtm-ris the :Juke JJecazes, as repotted i iteurof 'P e .
, .;; ;: when able to lead an overwhelming and peculiar pressure by whict they I country, she was destined to bo an gradation. No nation surpasses them Sataiday last. o the

..i J ;? majority ',in ,some little corner of this are excited to plead as exteniations, ornament. I in intellectual endowments which I' Whatever the causes may be Fr

r.r''- f" : great republic. Dot when I it conies to if not as apologiesfor the violent: language have been sharpened by oppressioninto cannot suffer herself to betaken "flr' :::

all. Let From the National J llrna1. the keenest cunning. The wishes t"(1 l fur events, the importance of
tt- the point of serious and decisive ac- and measures of us -hic
Tile letter from Gen. LAFAYKTTE such a* the character ofthe Priace"Ji
:,1.r"; tion. when threats are to be carried m-hii/ate! a spirit of mutual indnlg.ence following ofthe people are with Capo d'Istria, armies threaten Constantinople! .....

! '1'r': : into execution, and every thing that 1 aud cherish, with m.re ardor to Mrs. Brown, upon the and, in the islands, (the Sporaaes and sufficiently guard hditgaint. -

r i .t man holds dear is to be put at hazard, and confidence than ever, .bo principles \ death of her J late lamented husband, Cyclades, for Candis and Cyprus, accepts the cumb'ut, it theConstantinople occuparioo IfthtPortt ,.
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.";='p rg;;. .. for the removal of some temporarytff and feelii'!(: by which alone Major Gen. Brown, we nave been the most important, are in the hands was the consequefl 4 t( v-: ..!
who could
foresee the
' !? ;) pressure gratification of some wo can 1 ho pel ::jU (!Hty! kn't together, .permitted to publish. Like everything 'of the Turks,) the organization has pation. It would be no results longer: of iuch oec : ,
or. from the of this amiable and t:
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:r ,;;: excited passions, the boldest and most so as to main-wiw: we ,low are-a pen been effected which will not be easyin question of territorial aggrandilenet'* "
""J nativ distinguished man, it will be read with the of Russia, but it would affect the to
state
J : ?:;:-1 resolute will be brought to a solemn great and prosperous :: Peloponnesus.The hbelar QQo .

,, !r pause. Calculations of results and Jeep interest. the peninsula is most miserable ; the that which lie possessed 'He qUettioq( i;.:.::: "
; From the Boston Daili Mverlieer.3Ir. would be the
not as (o Danube.
:i:"ii;: : conseQUf'nces: & must then be delibe- Editors every _thing rein-j PARts March 30.. 1828. siroe of invasion has scorched and Bosphorus. It would not be a but qaestkio: u 11.'I'r;.,

;:::}t..i1 ralely made ; rashness must bo, controlled ting to "OLD IRONSIDES" seems to My Dear lladamAOlidst thIlea I withered it. Roofless and! ruined conquest, but one of life. If ConstantiooJ,! ;-4::

:. .1( by prudence ; passion must be interesting, I offer some "remin i \,\' blows 1 have had to bear on houses, scathed olive trees, and ceases to be a Turkish port could! ,.oa ii: {

.! :1 give way to reason ; declamation to iscences" have known something of this iide of the Atlantic, by the 'loss whitening bones are the objects it pre- it would he a, Russian port, or a free poit :l:
"1 pt'rhapi. be
; r 1 argument, and'Iswnarv theories toG of a and beloved sents. The Turks have not yet evac- { eventually C.at pO otlc >
her equipment: and having proceeded young grand daughter .(I be resolved ; and jut were to hf TP..L" ."::
: :: sober realities. The blrssincsderiv- in her a short distance en her first [ and oran old friend and relation, uatod the country, and the ensuing by force could the solution be doabtfoH T r'Vn:

:?:;*j.', od from our present inestimable U- crime the melancholy account from Washington winter will beget dreadful suffering. The moderntion of the Emperor Nich0t <';j. ,

;"Hkiil.; .: nion, are too numerous, important I Jias fillfd my heart with inex- Next spring, tillage may perhaps be. the raediHtion of Europe ofier, nodo "i

";'!{Ltij.: :' hud obvious, to be risked fur theivp' t I'' She was built at Hart's Yard, near ,pressihic grief. Previous informationhad resumed. The Turks hold, howevr less perilous means of solution.! E'lra. 1\:"'"f ',
Wriniie iinol Ferry. The frame of and France, above all, would I fj I ,
more chance of removing some present the the Souheru Modon, Co- iltatu
given me of quarter Turkish
hope
improvement : Government, whatever it :
its closeness might L
live oak attracted notice
i j c,'5l, or attaining sonic &,reall desirable The checks and solidity ; thin plank weie pir. I he .
established
r:4:' good. I General's health, and hr s rendered possession North of the isthmus of equilibrium -Hijtorjihon i I
" and balance.* from the on and OUght to their places with-1! what may be its influence in the .
resulting $
;::: !-t a peculiar I the lamentable! event still more | Corinth. Athens and all Attica are in stn.Vb.at "
r Steaming which! softening :i! pa % ariie bctwrn Austria la4b,
. : jurisdictions: oi our Federal and out by in'I'I ofthe may
fill; to me. You know dear the hands Turks, and their inhabitants sin 7 Russia, it is sail, cannot l "'
.kcn the fail *
'I ; State ( ovrnrneiit from the extent was thought: to w ; h ,.
,
t.i exiles in the islands.
:. : ., the intimate and most confidential are w-nl-en, hy extending 'ksrself; but hot (
.011' ., of and from the I imitually Wool!. To givc the} greater strength, ; ',oj'
1 1.' 7 our Tenitory I friendship that had been can Kusaia.at present mthstresoftheBIitthe l .t..' -.,
. formed be- From the Natiojial Journal.
: "lidurs" of double tim-i ,,
: diagonal large
't
interests I Cn&pian Sea-the Sea 6f r..l
;:! ? : conflicting jealousies t-.veon Our AzorfloK *.
us. We below list of the
. ....1. :... t -nd habits of the different sections of j j jour jbcr 1: over the ceiling, were bolted'j 1 I personal acquairr- I .five.. a now anv- \iintr\ .. hv" .nnstpqsiri"- .".... h i self--- irf-- fh--9"_P.I... *,'i. .,'
ance was recent, although our cha- British Ministry in military Sea 1 Did : '
the
and from array. numerous posscsiiont / .,'
through through
' r F11 f. country, all operate to prevent, I converging meters had Leen long before known Our readers will probably desire to I quirod by her on the sea m the count ofV <
t: : t 'prjjile they in some degice calculated the keJ (\l near tiio centre, to the II'II'i
'J
.
; appear hftlf
; i to each other ; but no old intimacy I see them for occe in their ranks. a century prevent her from extend ,
,::: : to produce both uisuihun a dy'Ii lower deck towards stem and stern : the Baltic / "'? .
't h4 l'erelfalong HowtouJdr
.. ,,; : could be more affectionate{ no mutual 11 I They\ will also be able to see! what I. '
those I believe taken when
>
oppression. wore out: posM ssion-of the Bosphorns compromisesf :
I .
reliance better established. While I are left vacant if the next pack
' the posts h.'r the advantages which she derives fro
ship was: thoroughly repaired, as q
....[*;.t<7. Let us tako the! prcsont f'j''mt'Jlt unnecessarily: binding her, and lessening deeply regret him on my own account, et brings the news (as is likely I her marine esta lishment id the Nom< ./.
'.*? illUStrtiOfl.Vhat could 1 South I f be assured dear And who calculate the result &:'
:. : loran her speed. A largo concourse madam, that I most enough) of fre h desertions. can of a ftruidable .
+.t:i -, Carolina and Georgia ric, if they I affectionately! sympathize in affliction THE NEW MINISTRV, June 1S23. partiion, which wouM enablek't;
1-/":. .' \vittIe3od the bunch: which was final- your I I at once to observe, if not to threatenk':
:, *;>.:;; were to co bevond.. a mere v.-ar of I and the 'feelings of fami THE CABINKT.President .
your
I./ *:\ |[ lya successful one; !although, through I I rope and Asia-1 ruh? over the Mcdittfftncan
:"it.. "' -" words-liven with the asi.ut.tnce of '", of in ly. MysonandM Le Vasseur begto of the Council, Earl ofBathur.st. henceforth, as she was ruler overik

;:.c1;3': North ClIuli1a-ill a contest with I| nn execs precaution narrowing be icmembered ; and I am most I I' Baltic."
,
:he lest shouldiHOH .
so large a body .
.
; .
uays 4> S
*
: ,; ? the Union ? Tloy niglit secede, ar.dj.y : cordiallly, I Lord High Chancellor, Lord Lyn- !
, .: : too rapidly, morn than one attempt i I ': The cause of Greece is really thallit,
;;::4: *vho would IKJ the greatest sufferers: Your affectionate hur t.I .
was n' : : that Tennessee wiih; all }hni.J I Lord Seal Lord Ell ;
/y by I Privy Abo- '
ofinfncy. and
!j svas appointed first lieutenant, but LA FAYETTE. I modesty old age-in fix*
. feelings against the irrili"; and: all bein abroad did the rou gi h.first. "I of all that men hold most dear and JIll<<*

;.,.; *;H her cotton-raiving; inteiests; wouM ; not join ship ; -=- --. Lord of the Treasury, and .I sacred. The civiliced world support J1;
Commodore Hull
fourth lie'utenjauf.
.1""", *.....- not go with them Virginia, notwithstanding was Prime Minister, The Duke ofV cllillgtn. !j with-shouts triumph, it rs the law of S>
''II' J,,'.. The frijj'iilu proceeded to Prnjsidriu'.s YiR1AII3 ;:: Ion, which civilization: would impost
; : I the exciting of'i _
:: language .
_
ci
= = -- --- barbarism
:'1 :*. ,0 : loads in fine style. Wtiile -- ::; interdicting forever iufua

.,"....\"\ :..i'...+. her Governor, would give them w i- }lying at Fort Independence, a violent Greece.-The New York Com-I Chancellor ofthe Exchequer, Right traffic. Governments can no longer b-

. ... .:..% theraidnorcouutenar.ee.: Kentucky I mercial Advertiser in He,". Henry<< Goulburn. pent with interfering. Their intenents .
article
.' thunder took the a long
squall nearly !
' .i-:>' %V with aher 1 hoc18, li<*r cattle and he ulcd I Master General of the 'Ordnance f would have saved the Porte, thefruitjrf "
; .ufrom Gieece ,
from hor anchors direct has
ship the turns o11 lie the batt'e of Navaiin had not been Jojt*, .
her Jtenw Ohio wirii her
/i ; supplies of Viscount Reresford.Seclotay :
; ? "
cable! : r'umd the bitts cu1tin them some interesting particulars from \lr. J! her. The only means of preventing ber :
/::*< :k flour and bacon and Wfiifkcy ; and i | of State for Foreign Af-- ruin now, is to make tbot
, ." .' j deeply by the friction, t.king thc stop I George Jarvis, relative to this couni compel her to jf"
.,'.. ..'. J..ouisiaiifFand: Mississippi with! their t fairs Earl sacrifices which snatch her (
For the j I II of Aucrtcen.Secrmaiv may yet
!:.., 4.. }prr:*, hIt, aii l all out; of the deck, i try. information of the the
.
.te and nmhissfs brink ofthe the
.. sugar would be on the of Staie for Home De- ahyi l'J. Perhaps ;
i, :J' '::.-1. other sid .. The rei'i. rniddio: States and the ship was brought up at the .I friends of Greece in this quarter, we would have been already obtained if rCl'r

I"1.: '. ...=...' f- : ; cable end, which w.s clinched: round i I make a brief abstract of them. It partment, Right Hon. Robert Peel. voices of the European Powers had I Iuioi :

'..._'t.> V. and. the 1 little SIKU-S; ul' :New [Kniiland!, the mainmast. While preparing; for I seems that during the last summer, Secretary of State f fi>r the Coiunics.Right :: e unaoiniousifthey had arrested theni .
:t: with their ind'isJrious] : population, I Hon. Sir G. oefore had it reached the climax.! ltQ&
.. two in the even ships arrived there with Hurray.
sea, I.II'gc ships appeared
r..!.... : tiieir active and provisions have been berter" 12' !:
". .. I, comau'ivc, their. &c. from the President of the Board of Control to have prevented I'
md the French 18 United Stut ,
': offing, ; lung s.
( .i. poun- ofthe
manufactures would sailing Egyptian flWt from AIel>>
'. ., proud meiolysmile
* More Viscount Melville
ders then! ir.nunicfl: on the than 26,000 Rumr>liots and dria, than
i in derismn ihc! rashnc quarterdeck as burn it at Navarin, & no rp>
at : and l.
,:,' ,'. \., (borrowed' I believe, from the many Peloponnesians !have been partially President of thr Board of Trade dent foresight would counsel rather to*Ji,:.

..,........"....... lolly of the suicidal deed. I fort, the ship's psn's not being ready) relievedamoug, whom were distributed and Treasurer of tho Navy' Right gotiate on the banks ofthe Danube, tialI ,..,;
I s
4 Thoro hon-evcr I //cm. W. 1'"'. FtizsrrM. I I to wait for a treaty concluding underIZ4walls 1>, :\.
vt.,. is, one important 1 were shotted. This was an incident 202 barrels of nce,41 of fish, I thc. *" ,
..' lesson to be derived from the violence I which the and - Chancellor of the Duchy of Lan- or amidst ruins of Constantinopfc-T
I heightened scene with the 2,030 of flour. Mr. Jarvis, while Be this as it may, Greece cannot BO* ..,;vlosr .
-.". ::. ': 'i' displayed at the South, which should land men. The strange sail turnedout he gratefully acknowledges these contributions caster, Right JfuK. Charles Arbutk-l she owes her safety to theireaii'r : .'_

: ; ;' E. be dwelt upon andnljrced by politicians i however, to be friends: Commodore laments that little permanent -, nun. the 6th of July-she is no !longer Turkiir '" '

(:. : ,,* and statesmen in every part i Barry in the United Stateswiih good has been, or can be effected I Ii Master of the Mint, Right lion. J. i Russian EngH! or Frtoch-she" W111'he :.
; t -
. ,. :: of the country ; ar.dw hich, properly the Delaware sloop( of War; anchored i by themat least in their present shape. C. Herries. I European* *and Greek.* * .

"; -w,,.'I regarded may be of great permanent Ii., in Nantucket Roads. The Commodore I Money, he thinks, should be sent in Secretary of. War, Sir Henry Our position in the Peninsula is onci. '.:

benefit. It is a lesson of mutual for- called on board the Constitution prefell-lIce, which now that all factions Ifardinge. those, which, under nhafever point of;* -If

bearaLce, charitable construction and in his way to town, and proposed are united under one able man, NOT IN THE CA INF.T. we look at them, they only present n*, ", ; ;

L )iberal indulgence lesson eminently If) Capt. rsicholsa.i to go out with) would be less liable to be misapplied. Lord High Admiral H. R. II. the perable retreat difficulties.of the English The troops conspquenct from f f h g:;'' iJ:...

calculated to kuit the several partsof him, saying lie \\onld "show him how Much may be done toy assisting those The Duke of Clarence.: tugal 1 are not of a nature to dissipate i

) our Union together: and to render I I to sail." I\Ir.\ Knox, who was on who are resuming he cultivation of Commander of the Forces, Lord apprehensions oo the subject of **',,f' ,J':

----p us, with all our Discordant interests bo.'ii.l as pilot: observed afterwards, the soil. The Hospital (of America, Hill. : might occur iu Spain, if :similar step l' ")J.

t and feelings, one people. It has 1: and before the ship had teen provedat ns it is calledhas done much good ; Judge Advocate General, Right i"kp'1I on our to nope part.that We the may.important howertfi"permitted Jent. '''''-- '

been the triumphant and sometimes sea, "we will give him a tug more three hundred patients were discharged Hon. Sir John Beckett.Commissioner which they toach will bp understooditSkdiiu. ll l ,

_..' :.: the exulting boast of the people of I than he expects ; I have sailed and the first quarter. The prospectsof of Woods and Forests ." Here the noble speaker went "* ? ;;'i.!

'f.. :r':- the South, that they have always I trimmed the ship with the fort, and I Greece are spoken of flatteringly. Viscount Lozcthcr. a lengthened examination of the pra* '1ti.:

.i-p .. been patriotic, submissive, and devoted better Vice President state ofthe government nnd Parties iaftugrtl *(-;; '
' want no jrooiof what she will Capo d'Islria is be of of the Board of '
represented to ami 'If. j
: : Spain, and drew the conduo f
'V.r-t: ;:'I .thc lo' the support of the laws.Vhile do.1' The ship sailed in a fc',' days, an excellent character, and to be regarded Trade, T. F. Lewis, Esq. that the occupation of Spain by ourtro jj;:lt\
have
: !: ) loudly condemned the : wih a strong southerly Lrc'zc. leaving by the Greeks as their political Paymaster General, Joint Calcraft, whatever may have been the result to : 1

:.! e Eastern States tor their opposition to behind her the numerous; boats Messiah. The Greek Esq. country, euglit not to have beenwhet'ouceitihouldhavetermnatedj.rtDe.J :\

III::tiI. 4:,!. l measures Government, which happened and craft assembled, among them the horizon is clouded only by the political fear Under Secretaries of State ; I'
i
:' : to operate unfavorably to their pilot boat if had HOME. W. '\"
as they been at anchor that the policy of the European Cabi- Y. Peel, Esq. '

p :"f...'f' interests, and which they therefore or as the Nahaut steamboat nets will not permit thu Greeks: to COLONIAL-R. W. Hay, Esq and DOMESTIC.ENGINEER ;, ,."."
; -
4. : chose to pronounce unconstitutioual passes the coasters and harbor craft in have their will in selecting a republican horace Twiss, Esq. DEPARTMENT, ;J. ;: '

,..;,.r..f'i J : ) nnd Southern oppressive States, the citizens. of the light..., weather.. The- hte- Governor form of{J overnmeut. FOREIGN-John Backhouse, Esq. "Washington: 1st AUJu"t,182S.j t t }

;' f:.. : were ever ready to tustis was then visiting physician The internal affairs of Greece and Viscount Castlereagh, Lord The following will, untill farther .v-Jit 1
: will) !
,: .: present, as a striking mid favorable i of the port, and used to be rowed it is Dunglas is also mentioned. ders, be the distribution of the Oc"r :-
t::1k-!:: ; contrast, their unconquerable attachment : thought, assume and maintain a' thell (
about favorite the of with : .
Corps ,
j by a boatman, "cross- favorable Secretaries of the Engineers \;{..
Treasury-J .
. o
-.t.1', to the Union-their uniform 1 handed in fine clinker appearance, if Capo d'ls- spec'ive duties : r/ : s
a N
built!
Plautaand
tria seph ;
is B.
;; Itrt' :: patriotic and zealous support of the I The huffed canoe. enabled to strengthen the arm George Dawson, Col. C. GratiotVashington., D-J .; t
. ship and he boarded .
,
her i of the Esqs. > I
,.' 1 is-. constituted authorities of their I If; Executive by a disciplined army Chief of the Engineer Departm! or
coun !and
..:1"' ,; as his boat was towing astern j ; not to put down Secretary to the Board of Control1' Sup rintendant of the Fortified85;. I
: Experience noshows that any disorderly
try. I bows out of water, the Doctor said he' P. Hampton Roads. .
? :', i spirit the Courtnay Esq .*'
among for
much people, Rhi'.
: the none
men are
exists
' plctty same everywhere believed the frigate sailed nearly as but N. B.-'fh names in Italics are new Lt Co!. J. G. Totten, New Portj
1t21;t ; to reduce ap-
I ':1 -I hat as the flame of the revolution fast ns his boat. The pilot said rude to submission the puinttnenti. The other offices are filled as Island, Memberof Board alE ( e:::.. ,

l, was kindled in MassachuI I I! were going 13 knots and his we Capitani, or military chiefs, and before the late change. and charged with the construction:t. I ..
)
| ,
.J :)[ setts and burnt with I canoe i the Primates, or landed aristocracy. Fortifications in Newport Iiarbo?,* .4. :. J
... sympathetic had never made the like hffViro I
/It wav .......&Vl The civil disturbances From th* Charleston Courier. the oftb 1*' :
general
;+t f' splendor in :South uarouna, so also As the breezo freshened which 'have From Havana. the superintendence TP'i. 'C$
. I and the rigI hampered the I -By brig Gen. Gads. l lowing civil constructions, viz .
': the electrical fire of progress ofthe revolu- P
intestine
den.
jJ arrived Last
commotion the evening, we have :
ging stretched Massachusettl
I topgallant sails tion received Plymouth Beach, ,, it
,
:. { is equally ready to appear in ei- j j were handed, and after several originated with, and were perpetuated the papers of that place to the 8th servation of George's and Deer Is\- }
ma- l
1. : m ther of those States, when excited by noeuvres, a Hingham by the Capitini, the worst of instant. Boston harbor Miuisachusetts ; co ;' (
packet tender
)0' whom is Colocotioni and the A casualty CAused u Brazilian brg hun Ledg ,
-il a pressure upon individual or Jocal took the ; pri- to of a p.et.1) 3tele's L.f jf
out landsmen, consisting of matesof whom be stranded on the shore, on the sutuh of removal obstructions at the ..s:
! Dillyaui th
:U i; interests, and that in either of them it Gen. Hen. prince of the COI1at1l1rher \
Jackson, the Navy Agent intriguers is the head. The crew were commit Saugatuck River, Connecticut ; !1Dl,sr
, Pallika-
.
. :\ off in scattered and ted to '"
may pass inefficient and his prison on .
suspicion of M"
.tel. f I assistant:: now President of one ries, or professional piracies ; meat ofthe harbors of Saco, ;"
-1.W';,"t;:,, sparks, or by being collected i our banks, and several others, and the instruments of soldiers, are the they confessed their guilt. The atroci. lu1nis and Province Town, Mass f,;v j
mischief. tie which
;!1:1: and thrown together upon some powerful I: ship proceeded to the West Jndias. When the they have committed on English and Stonington, Connecticut; I to
standard of the and
. cross was raised in American vessels which they ment of the ofKe.J1r.eb
1} : popular battery, may, as well in J! There she chase have navigation 1f ed
;4L one Slate as in the other, produce a I French gave to a large, the Peloponnesus, in 1821, there wasa !: captured made are horrible. As yet they Maine ; of the Piscataque river,. J 1I sa
ave '
frigate, but sprung her bOWel general rush of the no confessions respecting the and of the mouth Merrimack ,,; Ie:
'f-J: shock of the most serious and alarming and people to arms. Pomona > nd Raton ;
sprit lost which
2ft' her. The same ship Many of these remained professionalsoldiers I are milint It sachusetts : erection of a Pier !
; ,i i:' character. The people of the afterwards fought a severe action with'' after appears, that this vessel sailed from the 'con on Allen's Rock Warren nery"; an

f. t- Eastern States have been extensively Commodore Truxton in the Const the rest had resumed Brazils for Negroes, and the crew having la'and ancJ to devise a prOjetproving I"., J of

nnd strongly condemned for their violent lation and l-I their ordinary occupations. Without mutinied, gave themselves up to piracy. the harbor of Nant c\ct, In,

j escapedifter being ont discipline, and ,'il h"ut order thevattached Very late accounts had reached Havana ,ch4setb. r;, ;r.: po
,
opposition to embargoes and uon- quered by one oldie chances of war. 1 themselves to leaders of lal- from Cadiz, by a vessel mSSJaja'rum Major S. ahcock. Savantub, Ge If'' t4''

i / tht portdatet to the 4th J .. ,
uJJ-) We is charged with the con9trtlctiotl'P'. .

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Enoch Parson, Josrph Booth, Dr. John --- I FRESH BEEF.
for the de-
l I;
to be trtfl PHIJADZLPUL&
11.
7ortinctions : Boouer, and James II. Drauhan. Cm \ Aug I .
I Ifence i cEi&a
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of Savanna'i River.Vfajor JESSE C. FAHREH, -. .' ARRIVED,-Revenue Cutter, Florida, CAVTOXMXKT Itaooxi, FLORIDAAugust 7
-' "
; ao.l nrevet Lieut. Col. S.. ThaY'1 I Secrttary pro. /em.TUKSDAY. -- =: Harrison, 8 days flora Key West. Suited 1st, 3828 S S.;

rr. Wost Point, New York, Supecn't = Prices of Cotton. in co. with bug Enteipiize, Hitbcockfiew WILL receive Propow K Ml! use .J bt
Actdc -'-- I
of:he United: State Miliury i I MARKETS, Juue York. October ensuing, to ftai r'ih the
I1m LONDON 27.
..
'!\.':! ,' fi (ff) \ .
"1y. I I "" continues dull Troops of the United States Army, tlut
market
R. C. De Uusxv I! - --- The cotton ISotice lo Mariners.
and Brevtt Major -
-- be
*
Cap are, or may stationed at Cnuioiiinent
,, New Utrecht Punt, New York" is. I I in conseqiettce of unfavorable ac- I Vessels uniting near the Florida Reef Drunks, with

charged; with the construction the tornf !! counts from Liverpool, and the quantity should lie cautious in running close in, with FRESH BEEF

;> .i'ons in New York iurbor. ofiWH on Tuesday at public.I' a view oi making the lights cither at KeW ).- ,

( )opt, T W. Maurice Krr, Hennsylvat 1200 bales. ('st, Sand Key, orthe Tortugas ; us their from the 1st day January: 1829, to include
Our
saic exceed
i is Gorged with the direction of the |. did not has been a very indifferent light at each of'those the 31st day of Decemoer 1829.

foli'irR:% :.hil i! constructions, vjir.: eFCCtLLfl ;.I i importations np to this dale amount to place, in consequence theii lighting The Beefwill be required to be delivere1 -

,f works for deepening the, cli-mu-J, ot j 245,256 bales, being a deficiency of but part of the Umps. It is stated that to the Troops in two days in each week

(f'ntranct" iuto (lie, laa.-hor .,t I'r(' 41\1 hie, I I, 100,000, up to the same date last the! keepers have but a small l supply of Oil, (tire days to be designated) in such quantity
IVrthe improvement of the and the Author of this communication has all shall be required fur their Nation*
Pennsylvania ;
of HutJ 1o, Dunkirk. unaOewcBu. yea i-. been informed at Key West,that the Contractors on each day. And 1 deem it necessary to

New harbors York of Cleavehnd harbor, Ohio, HAVRE MAVKLTS, June 30. had failed to fiunish a sufficient apprise: those who may choose to offer:

uid of La Plaisancc Hay, Michigan ; Itl.j -- .- -- Notwithstanding ihe arrivals of cot I quantity, and so little was on hand, to contract (for the supplv, that the Beck "
the removal of obstructions at the mouthsof == =- : SEPTEMBER: 2nd. lH2a'tritf ton have been consifrrahle during'the I that it was probable that in the c< rse of a will be required to be of the best, which -

Aslitabuh and CunninKlim! cieeks.audCJrand wee!:, our priws are Xveft. sustained tow nights there would be no light whatever the market can afford, and particular attention -
Huron and Black rircrs, OU-.o ; I 8as .s I)cur. past at eliherof the Light-h uscs above must had to the butchering therftof -
of the
of l.eiu-irc river: and lui- =- .: = '.: .. :---r == in consequence general mvnt inuied.RY)1utioflt1'r. : HS a rigid inspection of it will alvaj'9
; =
mikintr mrvefs =
bore on the mouth ot amty Orer.kIlt., TIle Editor of this paper iuvinpreceiv- opinion that the supply from the Uni-I be made.PeiMms.

rx-.minalion ff the ""hern short 01'J. ed a visit from the Betigus, during the ted States for the remainder of ]{ l1\aiu\Sel offering to contract will make

.a.e O.itv/.o.; !hs-tecn Gc.ic see and Oiwejjo last weekend, with several of his'family, I season, will leave no important 'reduction. I Under the act, entitled "An Act fur their t'Foposals in writing, sealed and ill-

rivirs, Newik.. thing iil'! under its effects ; we hope we The sales of the 'ek arc the relief itf certain surviving Officers ) reeled to me at this place, stating the

Capt. James L. Smith is! charS'cJItli shall be excused for tire absence of origiii&I 1404; haKs l viz : 673 Louisiana at and Suldicrs of the Army of: rate per pound, in a single bid, for which
the examination of Sites for an Armory inafer from thSa) tltlmb r. We do they will furnish, and they shall be informed -
of their ; )() 110 GSr Georgia at 6iA:; to the Revolution", approved Ibth of
on, t'.e Western! Waters.rapt. not wist tu deprive our friends y to ; \ of the acceptance of their Proposals

George illaney.) SJ1JtltlleNorth: 1 laugh at the few, or many, typographic I 100 (rue first price for some very i J.J10l ::!S. either by letter from, or on personal

Carolina, is charged with the construe I errors which may appear in this paper ; to poor) ; 12 bales Louisiana: a is- Tar.ARl'RY DKPAr.rMT7 (. application: to, me at Cantonaient Brooke

ton: ot the fortifications; for the defenceot that they are perfectly welcome. If Ot r,1 lands 170. Ac OUST 7th, 1828. > oit the day above mentioned.

readers can make out our rncaiingifthere I 'T"OT1CE is hereby to those Ofi.l"t :
Cape: Fear river.Cajjt. Acir'irk, Angus! 9.-Our quotation nrereduced I I given John Page, Lt. &
,Yo H. Cha3C. I'cns&cola; Florida, arc no grass blunders in matters of Tl.e sales for the cers and Soldiers! ol th- Arrr.y of the:
about cent.
(commanding Engineer; on the Gulf of I fact anti provided all o ir neighbors arc a 12'H) l 'i Revolution, who are entitled to the benefits Ass't. Com. of Su5.
lules|
hi.sl thire days! amount to about
Mexico, churned with the construction ofrlie duly credited, with sirch mutter ab we have I and Mi-w Oreniis I of the abovemcntiftned act, that a half Note--No Proposals: will be received
comprising ( (X) Tennessee, -
>
I
Fortifications for the defence at I'ensar.13 found it necessary to borrow in order to !II ] at '95 ti 11 ccnt", ofXvhrch 200 prrTennesscrs yeai ly payment will become due on the after the 31st of October 1328.

and with the direction of the fill our columns! we shall feel perfectly: I I at 9-J ; 25O Alabamas! nt IOu I third lay September r, and will be made "' 23" "-"lit.' ,

vorlv for removing obstructions at the I --nntented. If we c.uniot write ourselves ll&, and 350 Uplands! at $\ a Hi cents to every sucfi Officer or Soldier as shall -

Ti ctitIi of Pascogoula river, Mibsissipni. iO.pt. *-e will not purloin the labors of uur bro. I. :' jt'ermziik, 16V/J ..1 tLgu t.- There 'have produce satisfactory evidence to the Secretary MAIL ARRANGEMENT.FLORIDA : .

K. Delatield, New Orleans, Lou ther-tditor0, nor suffer others fill our been no wiles in siaple, dining the : of the Treasury of his being '8n I MAIL.

::ltl3, is chrg'dwith the construction of j columns with their stupid errors. t week, and the last accounts horn Liverpool, that day in full life.
10 o'clock
A.
I I)ie every Tuesday at M
1 ort J.lckon, Plaque.rane Hcnd, Luu.i.: h.ivccausrd a decline. We quote Uplands The evidence reqmred will be a declaration
at 2 o'clock P. >I.
same day ,
AIierlnen.1VC umlerstand! that the Departs
U.'. I fiom 9 lo 11 rrnts, and Sea Islands from made and signed by the clr.Jlnt.1fin
1st Lt. T. J. Leslie, West Point, New Lnon held Wednesday/ Iabt.iesiited! j 3 to 30 crnts. or after that day in the presence of RLAKKLKY MAIL,
I I Mobile and the States of
York. 1'ajmaster and Treasurer of ihe M"- I tn use t.lioice ot" CHARLESTON, 18tb August. I two respectable' witnesses, to whom he is Including Louisiana
a'nd
*.;:HJcadt'm)'. FiR.NANDO; iMoUk-'NO UU i JsHEMlAU: AUSTIN Tho business of the well I known, stating his rank and Vine in Mississippi.:
I II Upland. past Due : Tuesday at 4 o'clock P. M
E every ,
Cum c fctrti.Sto the ;
1st. V.! An1. Folcott, Old Point Continental' Arm), and the rank
fill in the Board of Aldermen vvi'k wxces sivfll 'fl-it. There Departs ever at o'clock
vacancies Friday
was ) } i past ,
Col. Grat'iot in
,rt, princip! assistant to I according to which he i.as been found
in this Cit.Elation.'. ill market AM.:
and
theronstruc"onof'; Fortifications Hampton were no purchasers entitled to pay, underthe act, by the secretary :

Koadb, superintending thecomt.J1t'tiollI I Kent'lr/1 -.. The latent in'foTrna-' holders, to get rid of the small quantity of Ihe Treasury. To this is to be ALL OTHER MAILS.

of the Diswul; Swamp Ciut.1st. ito on this subject, which- we have received now on hand, are obliged to shipto added the affidavit of the witnt" eS,5\VOrli Dive V-Very Sunday"' and Wednesday. 4

Lt. \V. A. KliaMin, Beaufort, North I i is contained in the Louisville 1'iililic New York and Liverpool on own before a Justice of the Peace, or other o'clock. '(>. M

I'aroliua: is chargtd with the 'construciion Ailvcrtistr (Jackson. Paper) of 9th Au- er's account. Prices are nominal at I Magistrate authorized administer oaths, Depart every Tu :sday and Saturday, at
ot Fort Macon.Bogue Point,and with I as to the identity of the 'c"imalltand) to 8 u'..iock, A. M.JC7Letters.
it, from whic'i! we sr uh-r the following! :
he direction of the operations for removing t. JEFFERSON CUU TY. 10 a 10! cents ; prime qualities will the feet of his having made the declaration which are not deposited -

he blioals which obstruct Ocracock: BARRY, fur Goveinur, 1">SIBRCATIIITT I command higher prices than our quo on the day on winch it bears date. one half hour, before the regular

Jiilet, North Carolina.1st. Lieut. Governor, 15METCILFE -><) tations. And to this is to be annexed a certificate,
; Lt. '.... A. Oflen, Mobile Point, is Governor, 1142 tinder the seal of the Court of the County time appointed for the departure of
charged: with the con tl'Ucli')1uf the }".',r- UxuKinvoo', Lieut. Governor11 4 ------- ----- as to the fficial designation and signature tlie: Mail, Will he detained until the

-.if 'ations for the dt fence of :Mobile, and HHI reported majorities, viz : OFFICE OF THK COMMISSARY GENERAL ) of the Magistrate, and as to 1&11\ next Mail ; unless it suits tire convenience -

'ith the direction of the operations; tor METCALFE, {Administration.) OF SUBSISTENCE, 1 1828 being authorized to minister oaths of the Post Muster to mail
July
deepening the harbor of .Mobile and the Ten Counties fist day, 107uSeien Washington, ) The forms of a declaration. affidavit, and them .
will
proposals be received sooner.
Jrinncl: tl!::ou-h; th-! i'2: <> SEPARATE certificate, are subjoined to this notice.
until the first day of October On the Post
1st. Lt. II. ttiewerton.Newpoit. Rhode Fuur Couiities.third day,(complete) 111\1 This evidence should be enclosed and 5/17" Sunday, Office

Island principal as&i.-tant to Lieut. CaL! next, for ,the delivery of provisions transmitted to tile Secretary; ot the Treasury will be kept oju-n for one hour after
for the of the of the United
Totten.M Administration majorities, 4711 use troops ; and, if it be deemed satisfactory, the arrival and assorting of the Mail ;

Lt. S. Ti.ttk.3Qg3tnt to Captain 1 For BAlmY, (Jackson.) States, to be delivered. in bulk, upon the amount found due Hill be reuu'tritu and letters will not be delivered outoh'
follows -
Chase to whom) he will report by letter, J Ten Countifs, first day, loSrt inspection as the claimants in a drift on the most con
me office at other time tha
for orders Two Counties, second day, lvl! At Cantonment Clinch, 3 miles from venient Branch of the bank 01'the Uniteu any ou

2d Lt. I::. H. Courtney, West Point, 1'otir COllnli(' ,thid lay, 1612 Pen ca co la, States, or, will be paid to his attorney, duly dHJ.'V.

: New York, has been app inteL ProfrR-or 420 barrels of Pork I authorized underthe regulations which Hasell Hiint,

1'hitosoplu! at the.Umtvd States' MililHr Jack ion majorities 3B. :] 875 (It). of fresh superfine Flour have been before prescribed. POST OFFICE, Post 'laste,..

> Acad. ni !o take effect on the 1st otsYptembtr 5.6UO irHll', >ns ofgood proof Whiskey I Each claimant i is requested to indicate, l
Pensacola 1st 1828. 17 St.
Administration July, -
:: next. I Maj.riy fur t; S85 bushels ot good sound Beans I by, note. at the foot ot hit declaration, -- -- ,

2-1 Lt. (;co Uittton, Old Point Comfort, ---+- 9,200 pounds of Koctl h hard Soap I the branch of the United Stales on whichit I r : I 'fQ.f\:

assmtant; to Col.! Gratiot, in the construction I AMUSING.From 2,800 do. of good hard Tallow Candies would be most convenient for him to "JKEEBOr Q)
4 I Flowers
of
of the Fortifications in Hampton the Boston Anti-Moronic Free PT I I receive a draft for tile sum that may: be ,

Itoads.2d *; When we issued our f for 140 bushels of good clean Salt due to hire ; and, if there be no post ot LITERATURE, WIT, & SENTIMENT

:: Lt. J. Manhfield, Old Point Comfort, prospectus 1,700 gallons of good Cider Vinegar.At fice in the place of his residence; '0 men E,!BLLISllED WITH SPLENDID -

assistant to Col Gratiot in the constructIOn the FREE PRESS, we took the liberty, St. ilugust ze. tion also the post office at which it would ENGR4fv1zws.r1ItE .

of the Fortification! in Hampton which we believe! hu: I.ecome an established 60 barrels of Pork DC most convenient to him to receive patronage that has already been

lloads. custom in such cases, 10 125 do. of fresh superfine Flour letters from th 'i Ucp lr\l1tent. J.t ex ended to the Casket, ha3 n it only

2d I.t. A. Monlecaj, Washington, T). C. transmit a copy to Post Masters in 900 gallons of good proof Whiskey A copy of this notice, with the fovms \c t"I.lt'd our most sanguine expectations,

assistant to the Chief EI! inl"er. various sections ot I he cDtitilry* !nail 55 bushel* of good sound Heanu 'i annexed, is intended to be sent to each it. if we mistake: not, ill unprecedented

2d. Lt. D. H. Mahan, has leave of absence 880 pound3 of pood hard Soap I Officer and Soldier whose: claim vtiui! ii tit:It r unnah ol monthly literature. This
and
for the benefit of hs:: health, until cases, ( they were nnniwrsus) 400 do of good hard TUow Can- huvc been admitted ; that the torms truy -Hcct-ys has induced us to give tne work

the 1st of August, 1S29, at tl.e expiration but three, we received polite replies dies be filled up &nt returned to this Dep.ui- more attractive form for the present

of which, he will repot for dtry as assistant and civil treatment,-fur tho PostMasters 20 bushels of good clean Salt uncut at the proper time.It \c.ir, as welt in its literary depaitment

to Capt. Khnty. were genllemwi. Out we may not be amirs on this occusnn. -ssi m its decorations and typographical

2d Lt. A. I). Btiche, Newport: Rhode had the misfortune not to uh(l.'istand 225 One gallons fourth of on good the first Cider June Vinepar., 1829 to state, that although an earnest desirrhas ..rra" emellt' A new font of type liueen
Island! assistant to Lt. Col. Tottcn in the been felt to give immediate effect it ia
to which printed
t lie shibboleth' of three} worshipful! One tOUltik OH the 1st September, 1829. procured, upon
construction of the Fortiftjutijns: in Nc'vv-_ i the beneficent ,
: intentions of Congress, u the sizE and number are to be considenoly ; -
Knights of the Post Bags whom \V(' One fourth on the 1st December, 1829
port harbor. The remainder on the 1st March 1830. : manifested in the act referred to, yet, owing extended, and they ire also enlarged

2.1 Lt A II, Bowman, Bayou nicnvcnu, nrc'sume are pAst-rnastcrs as well us The Pork to be contracted for, exceptat to the number of applications, and uid paper: superior to that formerly used,

assistant to Capt Chase. I pOst-masters as they charitably the investigations be made meantime
very those where the quality is otherwise necessary is employ rd in its publication ;
places
2-5; Lt. r.S: Brown, Newport, .Rhode! j returned our Prospectus with thrcibh designated, is to consist of an entire I previously to a decision, it has not been that every department may exhibit a cor.'

Island assistant to Lt. Col. Totici postage-forgetting, no doubt to' exercise hog tu the barrel, except feet, legs, ears.and found practicable\ to act upon every caseus responding degree of improvement, ar.
2d Lt. W. II. C. llatl.'ett! West Point
been
eoi'iy an could have: wished. n.e been entered into
: .have with
Should the h less laiigements
hog''ei
their ) of : snout.
franking
privilege
New York, assistant Professor of Engineering -I ; than two hundred the deficiencymust rule has been, to taKe up each claim in <>rti>>t.-i, for various; : decorations: and ornaments. -
pounds
at tile United b tales' MilitaryAcademy. I and forgetting( also to sign their mimes, be made of fat side-peices. But the order in which it has been received The ubiul: number of copper-
good
I
or make:! their marks !-hut wt have one head i is allowed to each barrel. The The same course will be pursued: hereaf pl.ites will be found, it is proposed td

2d Lt.: T. S. Twiss! on furlough until) marked them.-One of them residesnear contractor exclude the bams and ter. fiirntkh each number with two wood enc -
: I
the 1st of December, at the expiration of ) may It is that all letters this instead of heretofore
I (us they j :iy foreign ministers, I substitute good side-pieces requested on .avings, one, as ,
which, he will for duty as assistant I
to Clpt Chase.report apuJ,) AUGUSTA!: Me. one ne BAN- The Pork Means, }Flour Whiskey, Salt, subject, may be endorsed "Revolutionary I I Tiie wood cnt t.tvil1)s representing scene.
Claims.
and be delivered in I or referring to incidents, familiar or interesting
Brigadier General S. Bernard assistantEngineer. GOR, and the other ntctr PENSACOLA. Vinegar must strong
Richard Rush. to lH.Jst of our readers, will be ac-
and barrels and the and Candles
Member of the We have author : secure Soap -
Washington, only to observe, that the of
compaui.-d by well written descriptions
Hoard of Engineers for Fortifications, and I of the flbove remarks did n'ol forget his vocation in good strong boxes, of a convenient .
& the
exhibitions connected with
events, ,
of of when he indited falsehoods size for transportation. The Pork, Whis Forthe
the Board Internal t Improvement. the contained purpose of obtaining the amount the other'i
ker and in seasoned heart of picture each reflecting Upon
in this Vinegar,
Officers whose stations are changed by Pi\agraph. t4fpay accruing tome for the half year interest and value.
the above distribution will continue -J'. white oak barrels ; the Pork in barrels the
until i d\ ending on 2d day of SeDte.iber,1823,
relieved, to discharge the duties on American CoLtTiesl./-W. are desired to full hooped ;' the Whiskey and Vinegar under the ar.t entitled "An act for the .i It is our desire to feruler the Casket

vhichthey urc at present engaged.C. fate that Capt. Booth of the U. S. ship of 'barrels to have at least 16 good hoops relief of certain surviving officers and soldiers interesting to the various classes of readers

GRATIOT war .f-xington, recently extended the brnc-I'The pork to be delivered at New Orlcanb, of the Army of the Revolution," ape to whom periodical literature gene

Colonel of Engineers. fit of his protection to the ship Usk. of Bris- Pensacola, Natchitoche, Cantonment proved 15th Miy, 1828, I ", of *- rally addresses itself; and we shall feel

tul, Win. Viuer, master, and to the Brig I Gibson, Jefterson Barracks, St. Louis in the County of in the State of called upon to search with renewed attent'ion -

LJSJ.8 iVtiturx.-?.Ir. John Tompson.,1. Geo. Canning, of Wiiitby on their voyage Fort Armstrong, Prairie da Chien, and 'do hereby declare, that I was a and a sihiitfor the most interesting

V :i\ t son tne bank' of the Allegany, through the Archipelago, in the most IIHIIU- St. Petersto be carefully packed with m the of the Army of the contents of foreign mj 'aiiiieK,
I
if \", .rreu county, I'enn., has two calves, some manner. The masters of the two Tutk's Island Salt; each peice not to exceed aevolution, in the continental, (as while a proper inducement will DC held

a n'.Ieand a female, which were vessels are anxious to express their grati- ten pounds in weight. was more fully set forth on my application Out for native writers to contribute a portion

broi'ght! lorol:, one ot them about the mid- tude to Capt. Booth for his kinduesi on Salt will only be received by measurement for the benefits of the said act,) and of their labors:, to enrich our Casket.

I d!? of June of the present year, and the this occasion.-London paper. of 32 quarts to the bushel- that I have been found entitled, by the These regulations lie effected with

oth.r about ten days after. Tney are of The candles to have cotton wicks. Secretary of the TreasuryUnder that act, out any sacrifice of that light reading, and
From the New York
Adrtrtiser
g< "d size, and are of regular form with Daily Provisions will be inspected at the time to the pay of in the said line. gr-neml magazine of small parsgraghathat
5th.
S ii.i': r. II..,rkahJl" ex'ption-that rn-ither August and place of delivery, and Contractors will tt'itnctt my hand, this day of must enter into nil literary works ;,
Another Fire. Between and
9 10 nisi.mch as the size of trie work will be
of t. has The shoulder in the ,
in any JJ"'g pay that and aM other expenses, until they year one thousand eight
bt'i'vs appear to be without a socket forte o'clock lust evening, the Uookstore are safely delivered at such store houses hundred and twenty eight. .I very considerably enliauceil-lts contents

place of kgb and are cohered likeihe and Paper Commission Warehouse as may be designated by the United States' -- !.he re fore, assumes' a more diversified
reM of the with the sk 1'he of!Mr John form, and b'oasts an ir.cfeuse of solid mat-
body Montgomery, on the cQr- Agent. Before me, -, a -, for the
cltieM )has already I learned to balance it. I of Fulton and Greenwich of > in the State of_= trr.The
ner streets county ,
The is reserved the United of
sef: on its hind legs, and w..lk, about in privilege to price the Casket will be g3 50
4 M-its destroyed. The fire commen- States of Ihe personally appeared this day -, and
tn increasing or diminishing per anniim. payable within three months
erect 1 he other when
has given posture.it more strength ,and tXPt1tnCtwilIno age' I, ced in the Bindery, in the third story quantities, or of dispensing with on* or make, of the oath said that county who whom did severally the- after the receipt of the 1st number-but,

I doubt act the biped also. and soon extended to the lofts above, more articles, at any time before entering declafatioh--- by it the subscription is paid in advance $2 5J)
'' into contract; and also of increaVinj or foregoing' was made and subscribed will be received as payment in full. i
CrtlwJorcl .' .Isengcr.Mi' which were filled with paper, leather, reducing the quantities of'each delvery is Well known to them to be the.

&c. The houso was owned try Mr. person therein described, and that he is The arrangements that we have made
one-third
1 : .le ffeison' on giving sixty day previous
debts still amount to for the publication of the Casket, warrant
Leonard and insured. Mr.Montgomery generally reputed and belie\ed to have
21\ 72.0tO Since his death, from sales of Kip, Was notice. been a in the Army of the Revolution us in assuring its patron, that ,it shall eqiial -

1''UU'1lil estate, and the funds which we are sorry: to say, Bidders heretofore not contract, or r in in uttratiiuh, any wotK of the kind
manner as therein stated and
t'i C2LIflr into his hands, his executor has paid was only insured in part, and his loss who have not furnished satisfacto/y evi ; hat the said declaration was mad; and Uitt has been published : while its priceis

1:; 4\J dollars I: on acccount of inter elSt, will be considerable. Most of the dence of their ability to fnlfil the contracts subscribed by the. said In their I scarce half of that of the most ordinary .

S35.000 in part of the principal leaving for which they may have proposed, are. l I ni'jr.thly publications.Those .
with the books life
the property, were removed presence on day of the date thereof. i ,
I.p uuove named amount uns'ati26ed. All from the lower but received required to accompany their proposalswith Hitncsi my hand, this : day of, who wish to patronize the work
.. -
'''is ';!ds, Monticello offerJ story, such evidence with the
including together I
,
re will intimate
in the one thousand eight please to their wishes by
year
:1 for bale the 29th more or less damage. By the names of their sureties whoje '
1 on September next, 'responsi hundred and twenty eight. I sending us the subscription in advance.
:fnot ?rt'iou1y disposed of.ililkdgcvillo. great exertions of our firemen, the bility must be certified to by the District .- ,. the increasing I expenses of the
-- -- paper
..Recorder. jadoining houses were saved. Attorney, or by some person well knownto printing engravings, &c. render it auno-
the I, 't Clerk of the Court of the
Government otherwise their
a proposals lutely for us to be furnished _
: necessary
ST ACOUSTINE County of in the State ot ,
From the Claiborne Herald. July 16. will not be acted on. with the of
At large meeting of the citizens of Alon- The Crop*.-We learn with pleasure', There be advances m dd fttreby csriify, that -, before means: meeting expenditures-
can case
5 roecounty. on the 6th inst., it was reiolvi i from all parts of the country, that the provision and evidence no and full any defiv; whom the foregoing affidavits were sworn.. promptly.

i that a meeting of such of the citizens of i crops are likely to be very plentiful, will be inspection this office before was, at the time, a _, for the said Atkinson & Alexander.
cry required at ,
* said county as can make it convenient at- that the cotton, plantations indicate an county, and duly empowered to administer -
tend payment will be made, which will be either 1 1 2 Chetnut Street directly opposite to
IT at Claiborne, on the first Tuesday in abundant gathering ; and that the sugar oathsIn
September next for the purpose of forming : cane will this year be a source of great pro. in drafts OB the Department at Wash testimon} whereof, I hive hereunto the Foal Office, t'hiladelpUa.

an Agricultural Society, and a Committeeof fit to all those who are engaged in the produce ington, or gome Atlantic City, or in Treasury set my hand and affixed the seal of -

five were appointed to precut to said of that at tide. While the cotton drafts on specie paying banks to the the said Court, this-. -- day of P1tIm IiQ .
netting resolutions and planter) of the StatelaH' \V est waru. ,
rules for that pur quarrelling about in tbe year one thousand
pose. The following! gentlemen compose rt.e Tariff, the Sugar Planters of Florida George Gibson. eight hundred and twenty eight. Executid. with neitttivsa and despatch

-ie Committee, nzDr.. John. W.Moore. .., will be- able,10, report progress. I., Com ,;"a'"J Geiierul of Subriiitncr.. J I Sept.2-wl'm, at. tkirofcc.



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....., C\nima. (A.) personally appeared this day ___
1.f ,) TWENTY DOLLARS MA nINE DEPOT ? i R ()\utianQ Form /a Declaration to be made by the attorney named in the foregoiDg, ,..L.. _

1'KKgAcoi.A: NAV YARD, 5 An let for the itliefof certain lIurviviD Revoiutwn. Offi Offcert. of attorney and made oath that :::

M REWARD. July 18th 1828. cern and Soldiers; of the Army of the For the purpose of obtaining the benefits : was not given to him by reajoo

will be received by the : omlllnueof of an act, entitled "An act for the relief transfer, or of any attachment or "1
TnA'En or stolen PROPOSALS until the 1st September lie it enacted by tM Senate seizure i letr
l .": 1 Stale. of of certain surviving officers and soldier by any legal process OfI
'.t. on the 25th of July -I next for furnishing the Post with Fifty Reprtientativcs, of the Unil That each of the Army of the Revolution," approved -I the pay then-ia authoriacd to white"t bed ;

.' : '4; from the avibscriber, Cords of good Oik (HLck Jack} Wood, Jlmtrita, in L.OJJV-" auemIJ1 ofthe ot the on the 1 Sth of May, 1828, 1, -, but that the said pay j js Intended r .

;.. q A to be delivered at the Navy Yard at such ofthe surviving officer army Line, who of-,in the county of -, in the State enure wholly to the personal l

ii.; S Small Dark Bay Horse, times as' may be required by the Commanding Revolution in the htlfpay Continental by the resolve of of -, do hereby declare that I was an ; the person by whom the said POWer btne5t of

Officer. was entitled to hundredand officer in the Continental Line of the Army executed, ,II
about six
black
and
mine foretop aged or seventeen
,
. :.t' seven ALSO. G. F. Lindsay, Octohcr twenty-first, to receive, out of the Kevolutian, and served as such Witness my hand; this -.... day of
.
years. authorized) ...
.
: ,Sr BAY HORSE, 19tf. Lieut. Commanding. eighty, be the Treasury not otherwise [here insert, to the end of the war, or (as I[in the year -. ...,

: : ..': ALIGHT and both of any money in amount of: his full the case may be) to the time when the ar. i Before me, -, [here insert

aed POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, ? appropriatedhe his rankin rangement of the Army provided by the Justice ofthe Peace or other tithtt'
hind feet white- } about according to MagiIbM.
1328- $ in said line
I four 'eara. Should June 7th, pay with the third resolves Congress of the 3d and 21st of j duly empowered to administer
) this begin oa
. ',. PROPOSALS will be received at the line to liun. October, 1780, wait carried into effect the County of---, in the Slat, )"
. thousand eight ..
S the Horsesm (have been stolen, the I until the 1st of October : day of MArch, one personally or ....
appeared this .
and reduced undet that ,
-i and to continue during arrangement at day, -.;
for the for the of the Mail dred and twenty-six
abo've"ttwsrrd will be given np. i next, Conveyance -, ofthe said
: That which period I in the county, who
"t'- Provided, was a regiment did :
life
If ed thrice week between Mobile Ala. and his natural :
febeftci.on of the thief. stnu a reasonable -: a ly make oath that
't l '
entitled of the line. by
1 be
-
shall!
=-- compensation will be mule..r. New Orlu>ns, in Steam Boalt-the mt.il to under this act, no officer declaration who,
.t 4 than the full And I also declare, that I afterwards received foregoing was .
pay .ublCribed
30
within mm
carried receive
';. Eli Adkinson. lie from City to City to larger generally reputed and
a certificate (commonly called a believed i'u
- :: hours ; and the service to couirrei.ee on of H Captain in said :me.
r '1' Little Rivet, Monroe Co la, l the Ut of November, and continue four Sec. :i. And be further enacted. That, commutation certificate) for a stun equalto been lution an officer in the Army of the Re"

'. ..t, ..I.ug 4, 18Z8.22t.-. .5 whenever any of said officers has received the amount of five years' full pay ; in manner as therein stated to.
= -- years.
< Witness hand tbu. .
1: Us pension which sum was offered by the resolve of my day
, r of the United Spates, a or-.....
.
" ,,,:. NOTICE,, A NEW VOLUME, er money, since the third day of March, one Congress, of the 22d of March 1783 in. i in the year- .

t:\; -' THE Citizens of Pcnracola E1flELL1SHkDQU.RTERYY: wiru AV ELEGANT : thousand eight humlrel and 't wen )'-six, stead of the half pay for life, to which I [Signed]
.'N; anti the Public respectfully aforesaiJ the sum so received shall he was entitled under the resolve of the 21st It -, Clerk of the Court of ft.
! 4... LNCKAVI.VG.And : Cau
f
%'; /4 informed that the fast sailing deducted from what sad officer 'vould, of October, 1780. ty> --, in the State of--, dohe '

.;:.:: Pilot Boat, H. D. Chamberlain NeVi ok\1iior, I otherwise, be entitled te, under the first And I do further declare, that I have received cenify, that--, before whom the fort

.., "',iiisaiL between this Port and Mobile section of thin act ; and tvery pension to of the United ,States, us a pensioner going affidavits were sworn, was, tIle
t -
the Ladies' Literary Gazette: shall since the 3d of March 1826 here time, (here insert either a Justice d
;:' r' ftgtilarly once a week, during sum- which said officer i is nov entitled, day [ the

...;2.:I.!,-.. flier season R. BRUCE, : Devoted to the Belles Lettres, fine Ct'atHt after the passage of this act. insert: no money, or (as the case: may be) Peace ur other Magistrate, duly empoer.

..'.,& "..1 "111 aster.r Arts, J/iuie, Drama, Passing Stc. 3. And be further enacted, Thateveiys'lrvivtflg : that I have received, as a pensioner of ered ed to to adml".lt.er administer oaths oath,]and duly empOt. .dj
since the 3d of
the United
non. Olllmissioned officer, States, day '!'G-t
: i FOR SALE. Events fyc. Sfc. Sfc. muscian, or private, in Maid army, who March, 1828, the sum of-dollars, paidto III testimony whereof I have ftereuato {;

, anJ desirable PRINTED BY GEORGE P.MORRIS. I I enlisted therein for and during the war, me by the Agent for paying pensionsin set my hand, and affixed the lea) i1.tf
THAT
' :, pleasant
r.
:;: [L. a.) of the said Court this
its the of .
Intendencia street, -- -- ano continued in its service until termiiatiun State ] -day""' t J1/
:;:1.1 dwelling on Bowie. For "Here thai! young (>n u"wing hisE.t lc flight."Rich and thereby became entitled to [Signed] --, in t t.eyear* ...
'
. fp.;'1 terms which belonging will to be Major made moderate Ipw-nips"fliakiiig"! Avira hU glumes! of receive a reward of eighty dollars: undera Before me, [here insert, Justice [Signed] I

.ji it;t apply, tort Light.. --- resolve of Congress, passed May fifteenth : f the Peace, or other Magistrate, duly 16-1w. 2w.COM1ERCLLHjj-. }

Robert Mitchell. THE SITTII VOMJM of the Mirror was seventeen hundred and seventy-- empowered to administer oathmi.] in the

J.n: on TWELFTH DAY eight shall be entitled to receive his full county of-, in he State of -, personally .

i1 .. Pensacola, July 10, 1828-18-3t.V of JULY. As the plan of embellishing monthly pay in aid service, out of any appeared, this day, -, and- THIS House, lately occupied by Maiv. '

this publication with appropriate engravings money in the Treatuiy not otherwise ap. of the said county who dd; severally, ) WRIGHT, Was epened .; .

:, C.IrE rr\) is understood and believed to be altogether propriated ; to begin on the third day of make oath, that --, by whom the fore. the 16th of February, by the SabscraJJ

of the the mOit! acceptable, and correspond March, one thousand eight hundred and declaration subscribed, is gene- who respectfully solicits a share oft theP1tronage ,: f

tI.\; _o THE reside' better with the refinements of twenty-six, and to continue during his rally reputed and believed to have been ofthe Public. All, which ib, rj':
: head
; at the calaies
'
!\1': S.I I society, and the improvements in the natural life : Provided, That n'j noncommissioned an officer the Army of the Involution, afford shall be !studiously ? i
of Kscambia a Negro and
Day attention
.. public taste, thin any other, it will he adhered officer, musician, or private in manner as therein stated. every devoted totheqmnS f
fellow, who he it free comfort of those who
:tI anti hh biped says himself at to. The generous patronage bestowed in said army who is now on the Witness my hand, this -day of-, with a pieArencp. will favour theII.u* al 1

upon the work, added to numerous pension list of the United States, ahull be in the year-

,::'jj1:i ] such : calls himself evidences of liberal sentiment and entitled to the benefits of this act. [Signed] the excellent Billiard Table, attached to }

: 1 m 1} 71 kind feeling's emanating from persons ot Sec. 4. .#N d be further enacted, That I, .....;.-, Clerk of the Court of the County building establishment will Contribute occupying to a ,eptr e 'l1':

.... ',. '
..::t': and he has lived Washington City, for their attainments in polite literatuic, the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury certify that -, before whom the foregoing quiet of the House, and private good order and .

says Indian in Georgia. and for their knowledge of the fine arts.are be paid to the Officer or Soldier entitled affidavits were sworn, was, at the 1 be always accommodated parties en
'i. and at the Springs with
-:..S;"f Said Negro is very black, five feet six : powerful, incentives to the most persevering thereto, or to their authorized attorney time, a -(here insert, Justice of the- sittingrooni. a dijtW* '.1;.;.
";' ...... eHurts deserve a reward and at such and the Secrtary .J
,
; Peace
p .nches and Has on i places days as or other Magistrate, duly empow There is on the
", I', of eight high, a scar premises one of thebeit "
: ;... the left cheek. He wishes to go to the distinction so gratifying.We may direct ; and that no foreign ered to administer oath,,) and duly empowered S.tables in the place, where Horses shall be .' f
;>
"1::..: North as soon as the month for which I are greatly Battered both with the Officer shall be entitled to said uav t nor to administer oaths. strictly attended to.JOHN f

.. i:4t:;:I: have hired him is completed ; but, as J number and character of our readers and shall any Officer or Soldier receive the I In testimony whereof I have hereuntoset GAllNIEE. :;. ._
correspondents. We could enumerate until he furnish said ti "
same, to
: ; i: think be is a runaiv&y, 1 fchal endeavor Secretary my hand, and affixed the seal .
many wbo rank among the first in our satisfactory, evidence that he is entitled tothe ( of the said this TERMS f ':;
':. i.: ; to hire him for a longer period, to give his j L.s.3 court, day h.i,;":
: :: ""I{ owner an opportunity to gist him. country for genius and learning, and it same, in conformity to the provisions I of-, in the year Board per Month, $ 25 I,\J.n;:'"
:, shall be our pride and pleasure to furnish of this act & the allowed this
.1. P. ; pay by act I [signed] Day Boarders, 20 t. .
; : : Andrew Simpson. ,
" : ;;
with work (
1 which
them shall
: ; a continue to shall not in any way be transferable, or (B.) Dinner 75 u !

I..'..:.r" ..;' '.4. : .Pensacoht, 251h July, 182HOtf.. merit their protection and favour. Independently liable to attachment, levy, or seizure, by Form of a Declaration to be made by the Breakfast or Supper 371 j"-:"

:. ,!;..,.. I..C ot the voluntary aid, so generously any legal process whatever, but shall A'on-commitxisned OJftcert, Jltuiiciauj, Horses per day 1 25 :,

..;.. t i.:t '. ... EA-STOHi-S, bestowed, and so very acceptable, enure wholly to the personal benefit of and Private per month 20 ;. .'
; Subscriber ha just received we take the opportunity ot that the Officer Soldier the Pensacola. ,
'rJ" per saying or entitled to same For the of the benefit February 20th 1828.-45tf

,II::..,..;."...I THE from New Orleans,-making we have engaged the pens of several b y this act. of 4An purpose act for the relief obtaining certain surviving I F. H. ,:'.
his of Sea Storet ver gentlemen who are well known in the NISBET
: (: assortment } Sec. 5. .Anti be further fnacteJ, Thatso officers and soldiers of the Army of ,

.r-: complete : literary world, and whose productions, we much of said: pay as accrued by the the Involution," approved on the 15thma BEGS leave to inform his Friends ud .

i:. ....... >lscaroni, in basketsVermicelli are persuaded, will impart new spirit to provisions! of this act, before the third day ) 1828, I -, of-, in the county Customer, that he has tt [

:;t ir:: in boxes the future pages ofthe work. We, there- I of Mnrch, eighteen hundred and twenty- of-, in the State of-, do hereby commenced business at his Old Stand, ;

. ..:.,:'):, Gruyere cheese tore feel the fullest confidence in stating eightshall be paid to the Officers and declare, that I enlisted in the Continental where he has for sale a very good assort "

:::I 1'atte grasse do. that our succeeding volumes will surpass Soldiers entitled to the same, as soon as Line of the Army of the Revolution, for merit ofFresh .:

.t.r.. Raisins, Prunes, Almonds : those which have preceded them. may he, in the manner and under the provisions and during the war, and continued in its 8f Seasonable -
,; : We beg to remind the eader Goods
: : : Cl.ampaigne Wine i that the ,
;. .. before mentioned ; and the pay service until its termination at which Received '
. I ..' Family Ylourj' copperplate engravings-which are of a which ; by the latest arrivals from Net
shall said
: after shall be
accrue
.c. day, period I was a [Sergeant, Corporal, Musician York
and
: ., Do do halfbbla. superior kind, and of the full quarto size- Philadelphia
: paid in like and
fcenii-annually, mainer, Private-
or the
; Coffee Salt Pork Ire dravn and executed as case may be,] m 3,31 and 4 Point Blankets
;I;:;: Sugar, by our most under the same provisions '
Captain s in the
,; ::.....;. Mackerel, No. 1, and No.2. skillful aitisis, ejeprewly this work, and A. STKVENSON, of the -line.Company, And 1 also-declare regiment .- 7-4 and a-4 Striped Duffield Blankets

'r..:";:;. Superior Goshen Butter cannot be procured in any otht. Speaker of the House ot Representatives. that lafterwaida received certificate 1 bale superior Hea Whitney de

;,;: : '. Best Cincinnati covered llama Taking iuto view the number of valuable S. SMITH, for the reward a 3 bales White & Drab Flushings
dollars
;;:; :i Middling Bacon, &c. plates,lite quantity ot'matter contained ofeichty to Blue and black imperial cloth blue
. .. President of the Senate, which I j
.
'" t.; pro tempore. was entitled under resolve of and
mist
f/; : ':::': Julius Pescay.Pensacola i in the Mirror, added to the quality of theprtper Approved-16th May, 828. Congress, passed the 15th of May, 1778. easstmeres i sattnetts, assorted .
: : and the general style of the execution JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. And ; super super and common fancy: .
26th. Fehy. 1828-50 'tf. 1 further declare, that I
:.lt; it is oy far the cheapest! put>lica. I was notion prints; 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens; Irish! *
the fifteenth
.Y. TaE DZPAIITMKXT day of March
: suJ\I 1828
,"'I.. .... LAND.. AGENCY character published in Great Britain although May 28, 1828.5 Pension List of the United States. hams; white, yellow, red and green flannels |

,. .:rlt Mibsoribets have opt-'nc-l an of. bountifully suppoited, are much The Act for the relief of certain [Signed] ; black and colored bombazetts .

;...':i'lt THE for the ],-.refuse and sale of more expensive ; in ii-any instances, we surviving Officers and Soldiers of the Before me, -, [here insert either printed bombaietts and Salisbury flan-

..';.'.."" ,.=' Lands, at St. Augastme, in the house for i believe, they amount to nearly double the Revolution," approved on the 15th day Justice of the Peace, or other Magistrate, neb ; .fpool cotton, assorted ; cotton balls; '

; :.-- : ;. merly occupied by Col. I'errault, at the price ot this journal. of May, 1828, (of which the fort-going is a duly empowered to administer oaths,] in bearerteens, linen cambrics cambric .

'. ...... south west! Corner of the public square, To those who may wish more fully to copy,) will be carried into effect under the County ot -*- in the State of--*, hdkfs ; Barege hdkfs; black Italian; :
E
.,:: desirous to accomplish I understand the following regulations personally ttppearsd, this day, -, and crape;
':\< where persons either the character of the work, and L : '- flounced robes ; gingham do,spider nets,
:" sales of real estate, are to Each Officer claiming under the -- -s of the saul county, who did several ,
!:. '::=:: purchase or commence thtir subscriptions on the act, patent threads, Russia diapers, and
. plain
", :, leav their commands. of will transmit to the of the ly make oath that-, by. whom the .
Requested opening a yew VOLUME, perhaps it i is I Secretary figured book muslins, Madras and Brlt.L, _
..' ':": A long residence in the Territory of proper to say, hat amorg u variety of other Treasury a declaration, according to the ttfregomg declaration w& subscribed, is tania hdkfs., comp'y flags, figured I,
..:-. ': f ..1 :Florida, ha enabled the subscribers% to subjects, it embraces the form hereunto annexed, marked A, and generally reputed and believed to have dresses! white crape ;(;l'.
following ; brown
: and mixed cotton :
.. ...... i:., become intimately acquainted with nearly : OaiGiXAL MORAL TALKS-either fictitious I each non-committioned Officer, Mtttician, been an officer in the Army -of the Revolution half hose ; white and mixed worsted and r. }).:1,

:.., ;: ; f. : all the individual claims to land, i in this I or founded d1 events of real life, in L : and Private, according to the form marked in manner: therein stated. lamb', wool do ; fine linen hose, LiCheI ';.

: : district as well as to their titles! locations, the United States of America.IbVIEWSofpublications B, accompanied by the oarh of two respectable in Witness my hand, this- day" of_. white and black r.ottnn_ An.. i...-,J .-2t.. ,._
the -**- % -
*
qualities, and relative ,'ahu;. And the increasing witnesses as to his identity. year and black swowf
-: Foreign and]L worsted do. plain and camblet ,
wJ ." .. applications made for information Domestic. which o.tth is to be taken before a Justiceof [Signed] I cloaks, furniture check
fiom of the United States the Peace other I, -, Clerk of the Court of the bed-ticking su-
every part OHIOIXAL Ess..us-on. literature, morals, or Magistrate, duly County perone cotton shirting, oi I cloths, bUcfr
-n- more especially, respecting sugar estates, history, voyages, travels, American antiquities empowered to administer oaths in the of-, in the State oi-----, do certify bombazines fancy belt ribbons black and

has induced them to believe, that an establishment the/ line arts, &c. State or Territory in which he resides that -, before whom the foregMiigaf white satin and inantua do. 5-4,Irish shirt-

I c f this kind, could be render FEMALK CuAnAcTIt-educatjon, manners and authenticated under the seal of the fidavits were sworn, was,,at the time, a. mg,8-4 damask, brown ,

9' ed useful to the p blic. beauty, aid dit-s.. Court of the County in which the oath [Justice of the Peace, or as the case : white, plaid and striped liuenssuperbackand ,

-.p--- All orders directed to them, for copies AMERICA Hicc/uniY-or historical]I was administered, as shown in the said may be,] and duly empowered to printed sTiaTrJs-and hdkfs j printed Uaptifcte Waterloo -;

of surveys, maps Ot plans.an well us uther sketches of the Jives of such persons, of Ir r forms.Each. ter oaths.In adminii.j shawlsfancy silk dresses,nans thread,
information, on the above subject, will be both have testimony wher 'of I liiv.. h.. .
sexes, us become celebrated -- --j -r WUIItl* linen gloves linen tapes, Kussia
f furnished without delay. Letters, for their heroism Officer will also> transmit his commission set my hand and affixed the seal ofL. shirting
postpaid virtue fortitude
talents, if in existence mill'd drab cloth; blue, St red stroud, kf.
and
.: .4 directed to the Land ..ilgeruj't.. patriotism, &c.J.ITItJURT each attainable, and ( s-] the said court, this -day of -- ALSO
; :' 't *iguttinet will receive due atte.. ion. non-commi&ioned: : Officer, Musician, in the year 4
'' IrrrctUtfCKCE: notices of and Private, his discharge which documents cases saddlery, assorted
;r'r: JOHN LKE WILl.IAi'IS, new publication after [Signed] I 9 cases Brewster'a hats, assorted qualities !
being
will
registered, be
:'.!;; : WILLIAM H. SIMMONS, TUB DBAMA comprising strictures: on returned. If the commission (C.)

}]:::', ,::1 FRANCIS J. FATIO. the New-York stage. has been lost or destroyed, he or will discharge trans. Form of a Power of Attorney. 5 trunks fine ready made clothing

:'J $ Dec. 27th, 1827.--44-tf i DibULTOUT SELECTION'S-wilh occasional :: mit such other evidence as he .. Know all Men by these Presents, that 12 trunks ladies'and genthmens'i booband :
:.r..f:1t deferences : remarks. may possessor I:, -, of-, in the of shoes
. ,, ; can obtain, corroborative of the statements county -, in :
.0.,:, t.. .=;''o. Col. Jos. M. \\' lute, I A1rCDo'r s-bunaorous, !literary! histor set forth in his declaration. the State of-, do hereby constitute Chil rens'and boys' shoes; brogans,& .

-\'Ui' ; :' .;". r Delegate) t.rO1 Florida, I ical, &c. and appoint-, my true and lawful attorney Coal leather, calf skins, shoe thread

:; &: ,-.: )lr. Henry S.'Tanner, Philadelphia, : Pissiw!! KVSSTS orrns TIHKS.PoETRT I connexion If the evidence transmitted, taken in with a power of substitution, for 25 kegb Virginia Tobacco

.:r' Doctor Brush, New York, I with that afforded by the 'pub. me, and in my name, to receive from the 5 boxes superior cavendish do.
lie
I .; Bernard E. Bee, Charleston, --original and selected ; records at Washington, be found satisfactory United States, the amount of pay now due Hardware

Mr. James Williams Baltimore. Together with many other miscellaneous the amount of two yearb* full pay to me, under the act for the'relief of certain is-C.
.Jt;} ; subjects, which it would be unnecessary at the rate t rwhidi the Officeror Soldier surviving officers and soldiers of the Pen pocket, sportsmen and desk

t; ; Madeira Wines, Cordials "c.rt now to enumerate. was line entitled, according to his rank in the rerol)utionap proved 1 StfrMay,1 826,[1828] knifes ; knives and forks, carvers,waited
and
,at the close
.nut.
of
the trays ; Henning's best needles
Having procured a new font of war, or at the time 89 a-in the ,
: : Schr. Orleans from type for of hii regiment of the
:
" !r'i RECEIVED per, the purpose, we shall occasionally presentour in reduction, (as the case may be,) but line of the army of the Revolution. era and trays, plated spurs, epectaClC'carpenter's
'
instance f
no tools ?'
the shoemaker and ciJ
exceeding
:":li: .: 10 cases superior Old London Particular readers with such raw PUCZS e? MUSIC a Captain of the Continental full-pay of Witness my hand and seal, this rier's do. stock ,
!V.', Madeira inc. as may deserve, on account of the Line, will be day of-, in the)' ar- locks, padlocks, shove

4 :):! 10 Old Port Wine. beauty of their composition, to be pre transmitted, after to him, at the place of his residence Sealed and delivered in ? I and cards tongs&e., kettles, sauce pans, cottoo
&c.Pensacob .
;. :. 10 ** Cherry Brandy, Superior. serred in our pages. We conrlutle by amount of deducting therefrom the the pretence ifSigned 5

\: ; :' .' 20 Cordials, first quality assorted in remarking, that so fur as v.-e have coinnmnd have received any from pension the which United he may [ ] [&.. s.] Dec. 7th, 1827-38-tf. -

'0' V.'J the cases 1 doz. each. of means, the Mirror shall be made since the 3rd of States Before me, -. a Justice of the Peace f IlHB Subscriber has received ptt
day Parch just
.';;,.*". 10 Wine Bitters. to equal to any similar periodical in Eu may however.authorize ,other 1826. He in the county of- --. in the State of -, L Elizabeth, Forsyth, from Nevr-0

'. ; '; 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. repel to receive it for him ; in any which case person he personally appeared, this day,-, whose lean, a very large assortment of Greet*

;: f 3 Barrels Cherry Bounce. CONDITION will exectte a power of attorney, according name is subscribed to the foregoing power ries. lie offer in addition to his fora*

' .. 6 Half Bbls. Anniseed of attorney, and acknowledged the
:.: ; ,t Peppermint to the annexed form, marked C which stock :-
.":' L JAd Cionamon Cordials The MIRBOR is published Satur must be same to be his act and deed. dO 2
;*: every acknowledged before Champaigne Wine, in Baskets of 1
,,,,. t; day, for the proprietor a Justice Witness hand this _
." For Sale by by Daniel Fanishiiw I of the Peace, or other Magistrate, and in the my day of each, warranted superiordo.
at No.. 163 William-street. year -.
';; F. H. b t. It is authenticated under the seal of the Court Brandy of 1820.
; : r.it "18 e printed in the royal quarto form, on fine of the County in the. (Signed) Zante Currants

Ui4 Penmola, Dec 20. .182r. paper, with bourgeois and brevier type. already prescribed in came manner as is I, -,Clerk of the Court of the Coun.
Fifty-two numbers regard to deciara- ty of-, in the State of do VonchongTea
-
-
!:ii..i* complete a volume tions. But hereby Prunes
no payment will be made fresh
I very
of four hundred to certify: that before
whom
and ,
sixteen the fore-
: i; t \ __ 1l.L'El\ pages, for which royal quarto any such attorney, until be has made going power of Raisins .,
an attorney was
XLEOAST oath acknowledged
:i9 subscriber has for sale,a few pair TI.QNETTX TiTtz-rAox, and JUCOBAVID according to tbc annexed form P, is a Justice ofthe Peace.IB Almonds. .,
TH a copious index that the which be iaaulboroed Med Claret of 1820
: ;. '. Boilers from the pay to re- c
; :1 u a sample are given. cieve is intended testimony whereof I have hereunto
Tuscaloosa
: manfactof '.and can supply Any quantity toenure wholly to the et hang and Rye Whiskey
-1} ; ) The terms are J'oua personal benefit of the ay affixed tae seal Goshen
to order. F. H. NISBET. DottABs/>er annum, Officer or'Soldier [&.. a.) of the said conrt, this day of Butter
it rATABlEIK DV&NCr;. whose attorney be is do. Cheese
'4 J PentacoU. Dec, 7th, 1827 58-tf. -,in the year -.
4'I- --. It is forwarded by the earliest mails. It is requested that Jail letters to the Beef in i bbls.for family use .
-- unless otherwise directed to all subscribers Secretary of the Treasury the subject., (D.) With an additional supply of DrY11vd.warGlswro.&Queena &***

1 :rBI.TlNe, residingibeyondthe City of New York. may be endorsed on the cover "Revolu. Form Affidavit to le taktn by Attorney .M1

.. .1f;' iecisted'wjtk neatneu and despatch 1 (p: Subscriptions received at the Officeof tionary Claims." *. Sold Low for CaA.

at l/fc/ office, the fensftclla Gajttt Rich***'fioab. Before me,_"'-- a Jfustiee of the Peace, J. Peca.fecG1s .
ia the ; .. 1 Ib
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