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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 9, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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\.:;;-1_ \':------(;I:"-; 7''i:-;., ..... I..a;"" .) PN;; S.\co LA TUESDAY bl: 'I' L\iFalt. 9th, 1828. (Open to all parties : in0uenecdbyuune.) No. 26.PZ1JILIbIRD .

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---.: --6 ---- I -y- !i| or their duties in collecting the ;that, in lien thereof; the following dud< is so great, that S1.c ;> .._..1
WECKLY BYI 'J.lcllsa'.ion of such agent or agents, said :' her the Fair Maid of
1 i: the several collectors! pos- ties shall} he levied and collected on in native city
j Ja.T, as
:"' tI &. 71'.it l1.-IP.r, !! which they shall respectively p'cy, as (I sensed, were subject to, and' wete re- all win:', so imported, that ;is to s: y Perth' par excellence. It however

(the I'r. of lilt (.'"ill'SlallS ; well 1! as all other expenses attending ', the wines of France her rather mortification
i'ur'chra () do by an act, entitled 1 .\n On ; Germany, proves! to a
to
I tho said 1 loins ont of the proceeds quired .
ofiflt Torriltirn of 1'torida. j
II: :! i additional revenues for..Spam ind Mediterranean, when than a blessing \ as subjects her to
.' wl'ich act to provide :
> i
'< / ) !f.Cprra.muii. I thereof of Other funds I|
0' or any '
j of Govern- in casks unless specially the importunities of the gallants ofu
the j; imported ,
!i (
::. Cc : i defraying expenses I
inacMmr
fOllt D+)L1..1R3 .i! they respectively provide. j jI
; may I : ; !''enumerated fifteen thou licentious court who give her trouble-
tho :
>nt !,* ilHcrifl\ 5 I' nunilhs\ ;, HVKLLAliS j 'ec. C>. And &ct.further enacted, tricot, and maintaining & public .. cents per g; ,
) wtill.p( required..VhmisemrnV credit by laying a direct tax upon the except the red wines of France and enough to make her rue its possession.She .
I II
l'I".t'\ conspicuously' at That a tax, at the rale of one per .
but
IJ.j' : JII the when in bottles is now $ then rather insipid,
j 1 I
of Columbia approved Spain{ not imported ,
0\; Di.t l.elt fir evcr f.iirtcMi Ii lit:*. and thirteen hundredths of one District ,
centum
tor tie first :r.
rich cuutiuuauccLncr: oiica in pro- per centum, on hundred and fifteen, i(! gallon 5 much delicacy and truth, that inieie.it -
within thousand eight : i
I the real and personal estates
I'OII/llIl OF t and the several acts of Congresstheiein I j On wines, of all countries when is powerfully excited in her behalf.
ALL KINDS the city of Washington, as shall; appear by '
.." \ to.br Inch sub- : i imported in bottles or cases, unless :
: "r\' !'! ,' / ( 'f1J referred were I, :
the ttJercof'l
,.J. d ._ '- -t by appraisement of tho ClJrf seqoently passed, in order to alter or i. specially enumerated ; on wines oft Simon Glover, her father, is a goodpcture
made under the aulhoiity !
THA !a LILY KECE1VL1I AND NEATLY EXttL'in. J I : and all wipes | : of an honest respectable burgher
'' several ofCongress amend the same ; all of which acts, [ Sicily, on not enumeraj -
of tho acts
: AT TH 'cAY Irrt; OFFICE AT {pontlion, or
: LIST nilCbS THAT AIt!.. CHAKUEDA f, hereinafter declared to he l for the L-ffeciu( fulfilment of the purpose ,j '. whether imported )in bottles, ca- particular about

I the } stenor .'S or cask thirty cents gallon, him, except a groat aversion to staking -
AVl urrici. s Tlltt bourHtHN PAiirOK revived and in force within the said of this: act, and according to j per
niE U.NIOSM j in addition the duties his life and obtaining a crown of
and] intent thereof, are hereby | to now existing ,
AJW ..r..aP_ ... ..' Corporation to he exist!ing, at the
=: = :
: of his
-- religious
full the when thus! martyrdom account
deilaied to ho revived, and in i on bottles : imported ;
lime IlClciJJ nl'r limited for the collection I :
I/j.vv the Unities State I
o/ ? force within the limits of the several On Sherry and Madeira wines, i opinions.
of the said tax and at the ,
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:
:= 7- AUTiforilTY .ifon-sVid. !i\vhnther imported in bottles, cases or I Henry Goxv, alias Henry Smith
", rate of:fitly six hundiedihs! of one per Corporations
the assessed value ot"the Sec. ;. And be it further enacted, j I casks, fifty cents per gallon, in addition .1 (so called from his trade,) alias Henry
.. centum on !
\i'i':'f'Io...J..I\il"", ." .. ,I',,- ....-'... ""f"""2;> I 1 real and {personal estate! within the That the ta.x; imposed !by this act shall J t I: to the duty on the bottles when .I of the Wynd, alias Gow Chroni

;>: t..f' I I! collected from time iso inipolled.j the hero, is as strong as a Hercules,
amt
.. 1.,.1 "'.4j.v"1i. ,+f-"i town ul'Gcur.'tuvnas shall appear i{ be continued: I I I
,, x. J} il .." ... : .. j St'c.:2: And be it enacted ns a lover of fighting as the renowned
further
great
the provisions .
I to
,:._\":... ( ... the thereof 1 inridc I to< thru, accoidiiig } I
,
by : appraisement
..
-- ... '',....-... a'.{ rw-,.-....(. : 'Mr..- under the authority of the Corporation and conditions of tins act, and of t.Wr i j "' ,,' Die duties imposed by this actIon Knight of La Mancha, fierce

4 wS .:; I IIP I' shall be levied, ) curt' as a lion when incensed, but gentle
( or of the rovcial acts of Congiess, gf veial acts afores i"it! SII long ;as j winimported: ,
I I
---, r";;" .-..* barestlltrrleaar1 to ho revived( and proctMsd-, thereof m':y, by any I'm:>i-I, collect-! .! on all wines! ivmaii;>ng in '.f> 11 li,n>b when ho ImB no reason for
*
,\\V'V. t *1 v5\Ti: R1t *"*f j I in force, within the said Corporation, ,I II ..iv, he roquiu-d J to meet tnrp-+) I t{ the public ware houses after the fntjo brekiir; an antagonist's scull. II isexess

** I tob'e existing at the time hereinafter !! tutt of tho M'veral) 1 I.> -u is aut'ioi' rzed 1ii j I 'f| J ..rluirv'; one thousand eight hun- ve fondness for broils, &C.

[I' uuLic-No. 76.] limited fur the collection: of the said II -aforesaid. Provided, howi ver, ha : I iied and twenty nine, in the lieu ol liivej, gre.i displeasure to Catharine

.ia uct to f"lIhrhc the u'nv-'s ..t t* the- and tin rate of fifty eight all or either of the said Corporation the duties exis.iug; when the same whose avowed l lover he .is ; but as it'

vcral) CorporMtioiwof the District of Cola fix hundredths, at of one centum OU iheji I ill, in the! negotiation of Mirh ban ni''y liavi !been altturt'd.S } is only in accordance with the mane

n h'", irnl for other n'lra'Sl"< per !'or IOHII-*, as they or t.-.her of tlrm( : +'('. 3 And bt it further enacted, I tiers of the times when every one
and
of the real
value
... /ic it tnacttd by the Senate and assessed personalestate
i ( Tu duties vho! coul-l sword had continf -
of
I I twit dtum it expedient I to makf; 01 : ,11".twlJ..rk the [ on I carrv a
of Alexandria
within the ,
tUu I It town
House oflieprmenfativrs: of : I !11 of the authority vested inby wi.ie., imposed b? this act, shall b' : hat for it, she even'inllv. bi'st( ws
d Stafc* of America, in Congress as shall appear 1 ; by the appraisement! pursuance I that
off them this act, stipulate\ such twins, :dlouedon o.xpottJiion, and th-i: I1 upon linn her h.nu!, reK1( cling
assembled That the ofV. 1 thereof, made under the authority
Corporation I ; '. nvlv advance in uvilizr.iunor ;
said or conditions f for the p (mnrnt of the c'sistunRllpy! ri.iicciniijg the e.xpoiMtion ltJ 'n i
this of the town or
,
.i>lin: :.!; -;:1, tl.e Corporation Corporation I the redemption of the : of ni'''" li.sudize for ihe beutlrdrauhaik ,>' lefiru-meat bey ot.d the ideas of
interest t or I
,
of of the several! acts of Congress,
Georjolo, and tin: Corporation} I i ; l hvir and that headlong and
here-I principal sum thereof: ; as shall! disliouse ,. collection nt'Intial.d{ ng. a

Alexandria, within& the District t of Cur inafter declared to be revived : with the of taxation pro- I\ + h(.' reCtJ'cJ'di trii,;:::,, ,-' I''m.'-- 'Xtibeiant courage, like that of Henry

'. mtJii.!, shall, scvcrall.htvn. full force, within the said Corporation, I vi'iv-d} by this sysieia rt.Si.c I >ion wf all f,cllalte; > rind |1...1!.1tiire: -, Uow, was far better than faintheartedness -
hereinafier :
be 'eijstin + at the time "
subscribe and
power and authority to enacted shall be taken atul I lie ',' to bi or cowardice." Doubtless,
8. And be further I : + u a: ",
ho cullectir.n of ihe saidtax
( limited for :
for shares the tock of the }
lose her for
pay nuder this li" almost deserves to ,
Tiiat in the event that loan or applicable to ili1iJl"l! "UJ.j
Company be and the same: is hereby :imposed any
and Ohio Canal ,
Chesapeake: involves himself
the in which hft -
shall be negotiated by the said: act. manner
!
and assessed on the real and!. o.tIS
; and all such subscriptions as 1 of them: to the A IJf'lrovetl-2-1! : My, 1828. : in a combat between two partiesof
ur any I|
shall l have been already; made by either I I personal estate lying: and. boiujr in thesaid i iI | Corporations, j iTigolandets, for the preeminenceof

shall, and! to\\'lls\ : and 1, lhe ; of the said Corporations, city \ upon [ ] their respective clans. His only
all ufl sid (
and the same are heruliy declued to, failure: of the said Corporations: or ol f!/ :-c: i''tiult of one or the :! >orportion An act in J.t=bl'nn 10 tlit-! itanks in llir his
1 o J'ct in doing so is to glut revenire -
tock of the} Chesipe.iko
; .*.' to I l li e : ui uict of Cotiunb'. .
into the Tre-isur *
be valid aid binding uti the said Cor-
DOralions, respectively: I of the United Slates; nint:ty l.iys bcrtI !; : atul Oiuo C uid COllli'| lilY, in Lee it enacted by the Senate find upon person sole offence

due clJllforwil\ with piovisions of ih'u. House of Representatives uf the United tf.e partieswhose ,
sl become to1
vocally, have power cud f I (jjrgjjip same ( ,
: n\intttftvft\ *****.. ?_ t %. ,. lyaccording ihe oflaxpits ( or at least the sole one he regards, is
from time to time, as the ; : i > L; 1 i, '%I\:t. and: 1 based upon .system States lI.fzerica, in Congress.
same m; to the term and condition I II' 'I ot the circumstance of being in love
: the con.TaCt bi '
he deemed by them, respectively: t thereof die' \) h.'flOr;, henlJv declarers 1\1 It .slilll. .I h...(.:,..Hlli... ,1-:' ..:.K liken
; U.
sum .01' sums, which lire' ""."I'.'" and J ..11 I of such I I luaus, .*h,tll, as .l' .u. u : P-.ulm/ine, and pretending
either necessary or expedient, to bole I' or any of them shall have, re:pectj\'c..1 Uoon I as I Iracticatilcifter tie, wxecution ] several B.-nks of the District of Co- niseli to tier nand. TU ufr ct Uis

row money, at any rate of interest, I ly:, stipulated 10 pay at tIle cxpir.Hion'' thereof, 'he depo( .: iied, either by the |I lurnbia, in calculating their discount or purpose( : :! he engages in the meelee, and

exceeding per centum per annum ot the period aforesaid! so that tin ;! I'orporaliou; or + 'rilttons j interest, to charge according to .I.Instandaul : kill;l man ;af'er man of those employ-

to pay their I pective:! subscrip .. samo shall not bo ascertained traciiiU'-siich! lo-in con- and rates set forth ;in .Roc f.t.i in dt-h'l1'li"g-; their chief; Euchia;
beforeIi I
loaiis,
dons, and the interest accruinq thereon I !hand fu ho in readiness tl) libel jlm creditor. ; ;creditors; or or by the lelt's[ Tables," aml, in computing: i Iii .llc J MI, I from the foe. Love and
i I interested therein
to the amount' which they hav 1 I demand or claim about [lo grist on isle I II with the! Secretary of the Treasury time which a Note may: have to rtn., J(..duuy may; excite a man to the

subscribed, or sh:ill hereafter sub- shares j to reckon tlie days inclusively. uh1u11s1'n of but
I or certificates of the said loan; I ; and out of all! such sums: ;,s shall I great excesses, in
$crJ e. the! P 'sltl' Approved-24th May 1828.MISCELLAVV. '. ihe prt'H.llt instance, they the
cause
1 11 n ?1lI of the ITui ted Stales bo paid l, [by the .
rrspertive Corporations
Sec. shall be and cmpo\Hjr-1 -,- -,--- ..,._ ,. culracIr of the Smith to inti'ruciuus
3. And be it further enacted?, I he is hereby, j in hdvaiice I : :ti aforesaid, on uc- --- -'" -.. '. appear
That the said ed to s i light, that| we almost
appointa collector
Corpoiaiions shall} collectors
be, ur : I "OUII! of their several contracts, or .

and thesarnaai-eilen'bv, respectively} whose duly it shall!} be to proceed and 1 sltdllae: levied l and colluded, ill manner : ..... i-jse our sympathy i for him, and desire
-
empowered to cause to he constituted- 1 collect the! lax imposed, as above, on / hereinbefore provided, the i huh !- i I from the National V-ZdIP.-; tliaIn should receive punishment, of

certificates of stock for tho sums borrowed i the real and personal estate ill the I ers of the certificates of any sort, j! St. Valentine's Day, or the! <.oni' sort. more exemplary tlnn a few.

in pursuance of tho authority : said city and towns i or either of them loan shall\ : bo entitled to receive i rl itf I Fair Maid of Forth. ,11" l.t u' )unds.re therefore scarce

severally vested! in them! bthis act ; the: Corporation or Corporations: 01wIJeh | the Publid TieaMiry.ucli auuvtiut ,i i> After the perusal of SirWahci Iv { p.t'IIU': : an emotion of regret at
each I of said I shall have failed I the non--K-complishment: of his
rsriific.itc.s; snail bo of so / 10 pay I ashfoiesaid may be due to them, rebpeclively ; .;; Scoti's .first serie: of the Chronicles! : f ; object

the form following! to wit : in advance, the sum or I and! on the occurrence of any rich- I|, of the! Canuongate, we must confes occisior.i: hyhe! precipit.ite; flight

Ctv .r I'oivn [here i i':,!:rt the! title of sums about to become due and dumandablf I ciency in the of Cacii'v: : -ion,, after surmountmj
1 I : : pool or stim> voluntarilyin I IIIU we were almost .
tempted exclaimI
the City cr Town.] M Office. 1 ulip .utiJ .. I to every intervening obstacle, he had
yor' ns I'
: or stir ;fart I :! !I, or ;lS.'lSSt.t and collected I I" elieu sati. *' I
: for
Be j mi I the
it known, I hat there is I j ; worlIf
due from I Tpproached
theieof
sufficiency
to
the I remaining unpaid, as afoie- '\xvitliin thw: s.tid Corporation-! respoctivcly fwe j the r near aim a
Corporation ot the ('Iiv } iHrGII'cliol1-uorc
01 Town [heie said into the ( except soir.'few lIluat him with his sword. But his
Treasnrv
insert the City or loan <>t] unto [tjL-re stirBert l .. niiiely day.'' } tor the payment ul'chcl !' traces of the ut.,,ter-hand, and
the name of the it hi advance ; such !part; in) case": i I subsequent repentance, and rr.solujion
cr : .01'] or apart! J respective creditors the extent of+ was sit unwor. In',of !its author in nwarevery -
assigns th{sum 1 of[here insert the amount only be so in arrear, to he ratrahly guest deficieury shall boby dlletl employ his ,strength (which is de-
a\l-t: ly that! il seemed
in dolUrs] bpariiig luteicst at [here insvi-t and equally: as.ses>ed I, K\it-d, and collected [ the t't' '1' respect, : to I sr.rihed on too ,. exitrterated. a Sl'hle 1
Secretary .
the
the rate of interest (j liP tatlr warrant idta of the exhaustionof and I
] per centum only the
per an- the courage against enemiesof
num. If 'in the! day of -=, I UptJii. l property chargeable, |I I from a rel'fp.'nri-: the terms of (the the grout m.igician's brain.V fI >
eighteen Scotland
[ ;iS! -tf t ; almost reconcile tho
hundred and -, inclusively ua\.a.1lc'' t un.s.w1(1, lhe--.ini t.ix.T within.-.--. I II lua u or loans; in lelaliiiu (to ulncii,i therefore thought that! for tile sake; of reader :
the hint
quarteryearly ; the principal sttm .tbuvemeuttnued : said ciiy and to\\ !.t Or either of I such deficiency IlIIY occur ; and, being his reputation!, lie had done enough! to as well as: Catharine'who ,

is to be paid I oa the them, making such default iii ; are both disposed to love his virtues
Ii3mo: I so u-rciiHiimd! and aud that if ho
published u nSOMC i wish
did not to il
place
Ja) of--, in the year eighteen huu- requited, days in advance more than they halt his defects;
uiiiety
one or lure ;, pnmedin J i in jeopardy it would! bo better
dried and -; which debt is record as aforesaid : the nv.vspapers} for In less skilful hands than those of
:n Ins Office, and is; transferable appraisement oras- the District of (:')hlulbiI i, the Sucietary him to desist from the composition of author Oliver
our Proudfute
only by sessment[ of the value of would
appearance in ? said estate: of the Treasiuy .vh..tl instruct further works of fiction and
person, or by attorney, at : roltl-lice. have had the honor of
this office I preparatory to the collection of I being voted as
the the
in : Collector
testimony wbereof, piojitir to pioccc.i to i But rejoiced <:Ire'e now, that this I
insufferable! : bore
J hereunto said Wx if a as Dr. Batteus, the
save subscribed) my name, and not previously made; !by i! collect, and piy: 'iito the Public Tiea i i was not ;in accordance with his ov.v !! naturalist: of the

caused the Seal of the: said City to be a{ t the said corporation"( to bo mado in the I the said! witii all i i : Prairie. Sir Walter
fixed -. --_ Mayor' mode I sury amount, [ lawful opinion ; f for had such been ilu ca,,:, i I I. seems to have been .fully aware that it

--, Register, or other Recording:; :several prescribed acts of as aforesaid, in the charges aiteudiiiij the same: according; the world would not, peilnps! } have i I I requires considerable discnminttion

OQcerof the Corporation.A Congre hereby revived to such farther: rateable assessment:: '; (possessed St. Valentine's Day: or the and tact to avoid such
and overcharging
in a
list of all such certificates, denoting That if !put operation : Provided, upon the e.' ures and )property within Fair Maid of Perth.We j'I character as that of the gallant bon-

their satisfactory evidence be af tin'jurisdiction of the Corporation ;in ell thir.k this!
not novel
)
respective numbers, djtes forded the President of I on an ;: nor-mker; who, fir fiom opining
and sums, and the persons to whom States the United i arrear, according to the provisions ut'I I equality; with some of the !tirutt r !I wih Shakespeare! that

the s-mie shall! have been issued ;i by the several Corporations j I It j this act, and uf'the several acts referred Ones (The Antiquary; or Guy ; "
Jt is ,
the :
authenticated t aforesaid that wit'esi! *til! of excellenceTo
by IIw Mayor.subscribing I they are proceeding, to therein as shall be llcient to nerin for 'instance,) hut it mo>t Ln-I wilt a strago face on vines own *
I i1
good faith: perfectiou.
the anc. shall be deposited bv said I time to raise and {pay, in due supply sucn airertained deficiency: ; suredly will not occasion the loss of;; ."
their
officer at the time pouioi:*, respectively, of and on the. completion of such collec- another leaf from the laurels '
orstibscribiz the j jS"Jllle the crovvn C fI1WHstrates }pretty. dearly by his "
;; said loan
or within ten davs thereafter I or loans, and will be lion, the holder or holders ol'the certificates which encircles its author's brows. ; ', conduct that quite the; contrary is in

with the Secretary of the Tieasury, competent to raise tu! : same by the of the stock of the Corpo'ia Ii may probably at first be rated! som e- his judgment the case. Sir \V alt l'

of the United States !be means and oa he which is they rely, he shall ion, shall bo entitled to receive such vhat too highly! on a'count.of. the ( hits: ihuirfore. fort-borne} to produce

1 hereby, empowered to amount as have been found doe j -
The said certificate shall may t inferiority of its predecessor, which ;Una too utter te scene
not be upon and
issued in f re-strain such collector or collectors- _. .- I and unprovided for, by the sums before we have mentioned above but !
any .case, for_ a less sum, from ; we rll'sJ1hCIItcI 1 ; him before he becomes
collect
<:icu--I man.1 one l1uIH.Jrcddol! : The tax within}proceeding the to the said I paid in, or collected, ou account think that our opinion will be gen ,r- tis.'soiii! ,' by his gal rulity{ so that, :in-

forgery of Corporation affording of such Corporation.A. ally r.tificrlvhen alTi.-ni that if it'!
we 5W'JJH'
any such cLl tilic.te: or of the evidence aforesaid until ocr.iiimiing fatigruo; his \'anit -
the
any transfer thereof, or of expiration STEVENSON, is not entitled to a place aiuout; the ) a,j.'I! !loquacious boasting afford] no
any power } of the ninety days aforesaid Sc of ,
best of the
Waver I Novels!
very it !
attorney purporting to auihoiizceach :nii! j decree of amusrment. At this
when if
the
amoun of the said S. SMITH
be
transfer, shall ue tax: deserves at least to becnrolle'' in the f iunv's; death also feelnucIL
punishable j.tor wo
I in not actually paid, the collection thereof President of the Senate :
temporc
like pro I second] class
ut'those ..
with ,
maaiHT: the forgery of a cer- stiail delightful pro > '! lie! : sorrow, and) we are
proceed, without further delay Approved 24th May IMS. '
Uficaie ductions.Tiift :
ul'tbe
} iuclii'cd
almost "
public debt think
of the Uut to that wo
on notice to the collector JOHN
of such QUINCY ADAMS.
lcd St'ltes. dcf cult. characters of St. V'leiuiiif's could( better spare a boiler nun,"

Sec 4. And be it further enacted, Sec. (6. And be [PUBLIC-Xo. 77.n .] : Day are many and various, including tho' not the brave urmouter of the

That the said Corporations That further enacted, \ act !ilkring the duties on Wines im nobles nnd chiefs of hill kinds, down Wynd.In -
are, re the collector
spectively, empowered to or collectors: who )purl rl into the (United states to the simplest burghers ; and uf cacti i delineation oft the character

a pent, or agents, for the employ an of may De appointed as aforesaid, shill He it enacted b,/ the Senate and $these different classes, there are of ilumiirom our author has CltIllOl t-

obtaining; subscriptions to the purpose{loan give bond with good and sufficient House of Representatives of the United two or, three worthies"lw play a i Hal a greater infringement of. the ruU's
or for
loans authorized bv this act, or uf sell- security of the duties, the faithful (performance States America. in Congress prominent part in tho events of the of good taste, than! as far as w e 1 e-

jngfrom time required by this act, and assembled, That from and after the collect
10 irne, the certificates Shall story. l.e !k is ever been guilty of before -

of,tock which r.My be created possess all the powers, be subject first day of Jauuary next, the duties Catharine: the heroine, is, like lie has drawn me pJctuie of a

luau cep thereof, and to fix the n l pur- ] to all the obligations and proceed now imposed on wines imported into most other he.roinns:: "xaeniflv !!unit, ferocious ruftiat.1, slanted. with the

cum..w in all respects, in tho discharge cite United States shall! cease and
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: rlccrllOg l unless Imital the are stated l the ing Uil l)1pLH.tr, II" Ar.Nl.n L. DUftCAl'f
quality, cour- preceding year, voce mode of trying cansej To meet E
'flU' seamen I have been _
gc can so he consi ered. Such villains difficulties which have occurred In ob. in som .' Ilcts. hc circumstances, tie; ;6rdinance were the frame*, thu5 1-: -_ _

" as Ramornny, Dwining, mill the taining seamen for the Navy, with be scrnpnlously Hschilrged at pall'framed, "" erving1Gt'n...I ck- I aMiimui his share of he nh i'i'irv _

Duke of Albany; present liuinan nature the measure to remove t them. As> of his *Ulcnt ; and though the t extensive powers (Captain 'Gn-I far whatever is .6"J..i\ respoo.rbuuuel1U1' .
will add less than $150,000 to f< Governor, of Civil & MfMary Chief them. In :'!I' z.
(loing
in a sufficiently unfavorable light the"-whftlo report-is too long for insertion ; not : I so ho
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annual! of the navy, still ) rn extraordinary cases, or in dernier curs a of the censVJ ertaiuJ.1i _
,1 Lut a monster likr/Bouthrom) is a being while t, -by these means, avoiding the dis-
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Reserve
\ too horrible and revolting for be- deep interest as any other rhat'weknlrarnf bbjecf is so desirable as to I reeable necessity of resorting to
1 lief. For the honor of humanity we : of a national nature, wo gtvt! cry i-teri. ; & a circnlafrcn: The subt instruments in the goveriiiiieittatI' pa- J J however, relieving the''G| .

should he incredulous concerning the 'th -fo1hnvinfY brief statement of tin t "jc'ct hH'becn: sent to the 'liaval oT- I of the town nnd country. We had i from any part General J,

i. possibility of such a wretch's existence 1 existing difficulties to and tile proposed, wanders and others. ) ) I ( '" uthe ordinmices of Oreiliy, on { as responsible for the Ao' a

aud his introduction therefore remedies. Of the former, some a'fJ i be established, and, indeed I possession of Louisiana, :'j!tCHot I I compilpdybr him. and 8ignedr -

' into a novel! may be unequivocally I t merely temporary ; The more permanent -. have been purchased fit Boston. 'established. the fre-ncli a (rode of laws procedure entirely,, und but !i, mulgatcd by han, as for addr nd

, condemned ones are those, of course,, York Philadelphia and Nsrfulk, those ot'Srmin in their stead ; proclamations prepared far hiSSes. $

The i" :1nr mailing EndJ1nhl' vhich merit tin most attention. : one IS to be srlerted at Pensacola ,except: i.> criminal matters, the or.ly is known to the law in the

)! .chief of the Clan Quhcle, a coward, Recruiting rendezvous are established -. ''and th
II: :nit, in our humble opinion, a very I at five naval) stations, Boston,, ''srrupidous attention. "For ; d atxl maintained the laves of Spain .lie opinion! for it. Our friebtJ"I\n\

; happy one. Indeed the author seems I New Yoik, Philadelphia, Baltimore difficulties! ," says the 'Report, Duncan stated, that on our occupation Jadeo, in chivalrously steppjn
LoUIs inn a, it had become to f
not to be well satisfied with it himself, and Norfolk. The periods fur which I arise from steam :"navigation- in this VKV, and that necessary uidinances to shield the General, proves j h

-'r." as, while he divests him of mere unimal enlistments are made, cannot exceed the commerce in''vessels-from ('0liStIflCfltS l>ein passed, by (he Governor who position serve him. But IS JA d.

.; courage, he assigns to him .no inconsiderable I three years ; the pay &$ 12 a month ill thesservice of other ( possession, but we could 'iiot procure not reswe the ordinances frame L

: portion of morn! bravery, for ahle 'scaRIcn, and -less: in proportion v'rum"'ntfroh augmentation : The ordinances thus framed by u. ever blame is due to them. He'

j'(4 by far the more valuable possession I|I for ordinary -seamen, !lindsmen 1tonnat o-from'the practice of t'akjn !:immediately to the Pesidcut lianstuitted, with full by explana Genrial- !that thasp who surrounded hiInh4 res

of the two. A celebrated general : and boys. This -rny Iris not been t. few boys and"green hands-anfl and I have never learnt that any dia-: ideas of his power as unlimited

! has affirmed that every man would be I raised, even when they were scarce, the number foreign seamen in : wag expressed It may be iiificrnr, to the full, as the (0' tna,,

;J. a coward were he- not ashamed, that j from the difficulty of reducing 'it t, : employ there seems to be but -' l, Why were tiiey re--Hle I NvCon. had hinisdf! ; and 'luu they en!

44 is to say, !that moral intrepidity is the : wen the necessity -had passed li}', adequ-rte and appropriate remedy ; Being I have only often temporary asked inis, que lii/n coated my., as J he, were disposed to exercise. as ,w1
they
.; only species of courage with which I without creating dissatisfaction. Nor which !is'sucli an increase of -" \ I t matter of course, rn the organization comprehensive anihurity.Ti a*

;., men are endowed. Tho' we bv" no .I I hns.the bounty been given which the American seamen, will answer.evei Territorinl Government ; but their wre is one I- :Iit of

. 1 means acquiesce in this; opinion, being Piesident is authorized to order, | ry demand: of our 'nafircaV.tile and naval Vas requested ty General Ht rnltn' JACKSON''s LltamCtf'r, ns to Ins GCDenj
;':: fully convinced that the boldness.j from reluctance t for reasons which he no doubt thought I q. '
I a to commence H system -I marine lifications for tlie J Prt-, !"',nv

't': of many is merely tha result of a particular not easy to bo discouiirtiMMJ, and I li is f fortunate, l however, that \\ iijs, and request.the repeal' 1 have would understood necessarily that !; opod in the Letter of Ju-Ijje H%. '-"*vr.nnnot t :

,i'.: construction of their nerves, I which ought to be reserved :for !the .sailor prefers the naval to the "merjHianr !. 11i aH fcl'ri'm 'was .f'prE'sstt the I fail to strike thf inttlU;:1 f

;I jet he whose sense of shame and dishonor 1 I pressure of war. The p1)'' has generally sci vice ; .for' though the discip'line ronftrred on iha Mayor and City reader. General! JACKSON wij .

;..,! would be-so koen as to predominate ben inferior to that sjiven in ; i is more rigorous, his fOmf'Ht'an to legiilate: the Sabb'atii ; his was loss to know what his a: *

over auy constitutional cimidiry, the merchant service, which has for J| To find surticrtnt ( at the solicitation ot soiuete- powers as
.4 greater. numhers American inliabitants (ut tvu> I Civil (J('erle1r were, or where tj
,
t, should-not assuredly be branded with I the last three or four varied I i it is deemed '. .
! years, proper to give the preference .( e'xptes t'cII '; the appellation of a cow:rrL Thc from twelve to eighteen dollars a iu recruiting, to American piejuHc; of the populHtion was ntvfr his friend I:1to. HI him,upon uaof 4

:. moral courage of Eachin at ail eVCIlS! I month. By the returns of 'enlistments .se-iniRfn, to admit a greater number on. "'1 have als\J nnoerstood, that at I what lIe had 1a do not onT!

causes him to behave with great gnlanfry there was, in 1824 an avorHge li'ndsmen. they will, after a l rt! Angustiue..)., conferred there on the was Alavor an jtuise aud nj Coun tlir irhittJw shtizid power do, having she, but also

:-:. ? and spirit in the combat we I of 200 a mouth ; in the ftillmvi'.igyear of tvo or three years, 'kec6ine good to impose taxes fur the support of tin-ir I He transfers to irresponsible power

;, i: have mentioned above between forty about 100. In these tatter ordinary soauien HIIJ! abln p. r.c'n ) government. JersoIti1friInIt holdinr! peninj
-to (
: ;p ,T '
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r.I A chosen men of his own clan, and the I ILtt years, it required six months to obtain after a second cruize ; to enlist landsmen is not try intention to undertake a de t al tjetime
no public triictii1 1 the '
;" like number of the I Clan-Cii.iU (' of the ordinances but to explain th' ir discretionunlimited
. : or a crew for a ship of the line, t/i the interior being of better
, and oiigin. The fust or tnan.e was as it Hr;peais to have lew
k;' rather thirty-nine of tint c.lri aided bv four months for a frigate, one and a i: constitution: and habits than those.t establish a local gotermnent ii with, which his coinmission invested'IrfnKcrf.

.f' %:. the Smith, who filled the place of the half: for a sloopafvnr.Thaiiitficu'l)i- I t: picii up in seaports ; to require r l cf", to be conducted by civil instead of'I'' Vfc fin. toe General':
# ,: fortieth Highlander rendered rele f officers. One of its I ,ng
vacant ty principally to good J>HH- merchant vessels 'to for provisions,
: carry every in this
I case ? !he i is known
t.1! by his desertion.I He evinces symptoms men ; ordinary seamen and boys are 100 tons,'at least one boy between your correspondent consider* an ar done s to hate .
: before he stretch of power, was suggested by very oftl'J1--tfa'owing bi!tlf
:01 faltering perceives almost always abundant. The slowness I 14 aid 1'8"to
give authority to enlist
Jackson, as being a necessary regolsi- upon judgment; of his familiar
b: 11 Henry meditating an attack upon recruiting created this difficulty : vith ac. .
I consent parentsboys over to preserve the discipline of the troops,
.:'H. him individually, when his courage also, that the periods of enlistmentexpiring I 13, and under 16, till they are 21 ; or was taken literally from an act uf Con I tr qtiaintaoce the substance, not only of his for the firm, {but

-1ft first begins to waver. But, though heavoids at different trmes, the Vf S- to tc ke apprentices of these tilt in force in the U. States, but not His public arts.

: :r \ the encounter of the Smith, hecontinues suls'couid i not be kept om the full This-ivith the enlistment of landsmen ages. in Florida-prohibiting. the sale nfl j proclamation-?, addresses and
; s liquors to soldiers. The most ]letters
\tI li to fight bravely \\ ith other term of three without second J fhis'rubli a/e suppoj.tvl .
J. years, reentering would add uuwally from 300
to ; tt, drawn up at the suggestion of to have been thus
:1,:'"' enemies until all his followers ire the men, or discharging them 500 serithen to th; Service, and 'furnish Surgeon of the Army and some of the I with produced. But

t :; ; slain, mid he is left alone, without in foreign countries. all'the petty oncers. \'('hope d nt t Physicians the place, was in. I nil our distrust of tillG! Meral';

r even the protection of ilu-feiwivH armour The causes of this difficulty in proC'irin the pulilic importance of this d /or the preservation of the health of ; qualifications for lli* highest civil of-
'rt't'". j&njuct tbtvn, and was such as was dictated bv > fire, we had not rupposcd, until JadoB's .
to withstand the efforts of a men, are the following. 1. will '
excuse the\ length of these details.POLITICAL. I
prudence in the total absence :
. "' i:': 11 l line of enemies, hulling; indeed and 'I"; ( Irglier wanes in the J Hit'rrhants. -._- -- -. --- --- regulations., TIe ihird ordinance of1'| I letter proved ii to us, that he "as

;.' $!: crippled, but eager for revenge,*' ,', with the allowance of small! the temporary judicial orgnniza-j .so much indebted to oihers for mi

.t.i'fj., Jwjaded by the redoubtable Smith, i !i'ore<. The average difference ill' f----_ = --'n- -== -= to which I have alluded, introducing most important acts, or that he ww

:.4'L: when he takes to- flight. IL1 I irq'.'; is ahont one-fourth 2. The Vow the Xatiomtl Intr.lligeftccr. of the liberal principles of our Jaws himself sensible of his inaplitu& "
IL.. 0 TO 111 E ED I t'OIt.PESiCOLA :. I institutions, without repealing of1 ,for
any civil
*! This would! have bet'R IH. failure employ as to delegate to
I! t'I rocnll the vessels within
.. t'-. certainly the 1
I Ir. 1 July. 1828. olSptiin, found in force, or which 'i
: 4"I. irresislable impulse J of almost D"no'i of 'tiio Cft'WS' enlistment be carried into I those around him the discharge of U' i
every i J 3. j .GKNTLF.MKX :-Tn your paper ofthe21!tf rflVct. It contains j
.,: ; i in his situation and ; ; ''I'he f of the best features oldie 1 most delicate a id important trasnVlnt
( l one our author practice enlisting! not for par / n Iriiu", J discover editorial paragraph, Constitution
tp..*. :q .himself says that not a doz' n of the M icular ship--, hut fir the general ser- on tie! SMbject of General Jackson's ordi, Unirrd States, and of Ihose acts of ] \ }he: did in the vigor of his mind,
'. Ao'" ': n.IIlCI'S.h le Governor: of Florida : : Parliament which have always : i in Florid he certainly b'e .
".::::1. immense crowd, who surrounded tbn -Hf'lve whon sickness or o- in might n.Ic
:t ::':'f lists would have behaved oilK I her 'u ( which, from the. want of correct in'orma- regarded _n<* conquests of lij! ertV 1.f> f.iliormu? exertions of the ,mmcjfnd f
: t cviUfxisK'd.or! -
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W/IM ,1,0 ,.- tt'I1\'JTt' Jm .i1iisyu1tflt1 wim-i; i trail Jackso'n but lo shew the anthorify by 1
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'i M'lUCJir?, "
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.. <'Xl lUll II II. the Presr-
S'it4
succeeded
': '', similar ji 1' before and i'j had he to
:' JH .Ir.t.. -/N< r' seen the .subject aliuueii to ; they were made. The truth is, he t ,
to us that what I Sir "\''a 1 ref term* moi:; ors were unwilling to go. They-I was r-H\rumd only from K'VIMJC a P bl.c :: :ed the tnsk to us as civilians ; conri- I lency, we mi ht have h.ul :\?! worssn'ils

,..,.:- ral courage, or the fear of'I lnmc, t jl ike to cn':
- .':...'..,.i'' would have been more efficacious in ;I t her:: l p 'n', !:tif*s and superstitious, I ntuciotis; or inieviitc-ddhu I',, the great motives titan a tlesire to discharge ()f temper and defect of judgment iaj'vil
I roIThis objection contest, as \vt-ll as !r. >m a regard in the most satisfactory manner
politic
I
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hi- jjo'ind 'relinks are :
.,. :., : .t causing Carhin to stand inhabiiuuis of the matters. No greater evtf} (i ia '
official st.Umn. The President and the
I ::;: :;; when ho had heroine so c'wl."Iil'ul"h| <.':annoi, ho-."" er, he easily obviated.Hie t'explanation) propriety,m fiowever my is due from ire as I itoi, 1:he sol.'Ctiou of a President) coold
in :
'r:; :, to the vast multitude around. him, by biu.il! K:I:*\ht' of vessels corn. an ct jiislice, andUiis will be rUmit- oidinance respecting naturalisation I jL'fal l the country, than to have for its

:T":..;:.''.' bl'ln6 the solo sumvur ut hi". party, \ I Li.SiO11, ani the short term ofeiilNtuent t'(1, when I state tint, tijp ovtlmance in entirely the production of'r.. Duncan. Chief Magistrate, one who, to great

I ; i':l than the possession of the stronzesL ''l'11I'r necessary tho! trailer queition were dl'lWflip t bt!>e late Ab- adopted bj the General r/ilh som re- I II iecision and t.letPnn' nednes.-* of cha-
But it justly repre-
from.ss"l vessel. 4. The of'it'Or: and invs was very
.ns
' :I"-: id such bituiiimi as I')f f crew> 10 uer L UL! }"ln
.4 Which a
should unite a
. ..' :. nerves. establishments. >lf underIrcL1's'ance3 wliich; mtis cast I that great inCrtll'V nil"l1c' had been racier, whua resolved
..:' .,...:. his, might certainly haie. giv u way 1 vant of proper hospital in fore-- the censure it any, upon us, and not upon : >nc'd in Louisiana, from the want of liability to bo influenced in his resolves
wanting
without IZU. There I Ilowevor ; I i, rvideiicr ot citizenship, particularly
c\t: !:: occasioning surpi Goner Jackson. :: by those who would not fail to
.;Pi .i1' is in fact a cOIHradlctloll Jiml awkw.iul-i: ast on other :>nl jects the sailor anxotibly \ few diys previous to tIe orcun:t'onofPlirula I cas merchants and tixn'.ers of ves- surround him, to take advantage at
who wished to claim Ihe benefit of it ;
.. .: r ness about the whole of this matter of looks foiw.srd;: to a comforta- I was reqj f sted by UenerulJ ; of his pow-cr.
: rh; It good policy, ?I Uo, in ivingI I onCl of hii foibles and f fV"
;" I bIn 111111 wli-Mi disease and ageDvertake tck: to unite with Mr Duncan, who
.:.,.:.b.. the poltroonry of Eac'hm'Iuch ; ass : nnt to those who intended to "
be in and \v'm! -
; J ;. prove the author to have not been I( him. The Navy hospitals mppened to Pcnsacola their allegiance to Spain, to place I
this was well known a\ an eminent civilian, intimately 1u1IuiN.
and :
well pleased as wo said before ire unworthy of the name, intentions on record ; this was, how-
. {r perfectly with all the B
... acquainted circumstnnces cnlliraced
with the idea. the sailor fVels the more, as no is nevertheless voluntary, and was oilly "
:: :;::'\.Ij his attdm'iing trie occupation Louii- whd consulted their convc-nieuce From the A": Y. Commercifl ijveriistr. '
.1>: : Perhaps the most powerful portrait obliged to pay twenty I ian to ascertain the nature and extent of so. If my recollection serves me,
. ;: in the whole work is that of thepotterearner cents .1 month t for this object while the civil I authority in Vlm-i-la. nnd tn prepare matter was spoken of in Congress. Latest from I urope. .

..' :': ," Hebanc I Dwining. the uatiqo uas never furnished a dollar. 1 ome lempor-iry: ord ila'lces for the the ordinance was repealed! hat most The shi-r, Olympia, Cap Wood, rrrrcd -

:::1.r:; It'i'.:: -The character 1 of t I'hypocritical I, 5. A slight diminution; produc- 'I regulation of} civIl aflUirs wheie wasneressiry. misunderstood, a* every thing this forenoon, fiom ll.ivre, b? which JciJ
: in the The Gener-il declared his in- I appears in have l een in relation tu conveano the Edito1 s of the: Con>'ce
.,; j= cold-blooded villain in ed by steaai navigation number -
.. ; \ subtle, conjunction t"*ntion t'o adhere nc>st rigidly to the existing I uidinanccs. 1 am sufifici that nny Advertiser hare received Paris prpt'.s IL)
..: ;,:.: with that of the miser who. of those employfd I in onr rivers state of ihin 'I, an I to nuke no alterations I on reading tlirin, and being informed the 3HI! Jrnr in,'Iimive. and Ihvr .' tht'

rt. : f' magnas iuttr opes, "mops,U'IS ready and bays, and on the ccr<&i. The which w.-re not absolutely unavoidable. I they were intended to uppl tllt milita '2d JulyV give as much of the int igt'nce

to commit the greatest crimes, for the conslitiiT tomi.<[ie rosn in 182!'>, from OM inquiry we fOil ui I hat the and to supply: a few simple pulilicltt .ti'l enutmercia!, as mne.

sake of gold, and the gratification of 5S7,2"3 to G60,420 tons, yt the Seciftniy I only chi! functionary in the country wdi temporary regulations! for the civil will allow. The latest London dates ate t
-- will he less the' A Alcalde-! t ') WAMotary I'ubl'c.Keeper nt of the Province, in the total the 27 th of June indn:lvc. .
ihinks its
his dastardly revenge, as well as tint growth I oi'the H"cflt.q! & .., fut that in fact of any olhrr&f adapted the pur I Advice from Malta to the5th, atanoenee
of the man of science and skill, is rap'd: ti-iii! irMrdiu were not used in i the Government or t!) Pt'uinceVa, mi or which we c.)nld either understand that two Egyptian C01 vets found uctnlu

-I-- Sketchedvilli a truth and force which our naVi.11iOfl. 6. Not less than I litary. There was no Catiii-lu at I'ensi into pi actual operation will as > |>H? to tne Alorea. with supplirs for the

.: exhibit the master Juud. Tho mn- I 2,000' sfoa wn have been drawn nw.iy I cola, and it wa> impossible fur us to ascertain them to any other motive but that of Egyptian army. Manchester jstd tat'
I vessels !uit! here to be sold in the to what kind of a Government the ) indulgence to arbitrary power. If The news ibm
fier ot' his death is appalling, but too in said that these civil otlkeis ought to ,mauufacturil1; disricti tit 'iuf vor4blf.Giil .
I easy for such a wretch. countries South of us. 7. Others Province would have been entitled, even been made elective! I will ask, who I hat falleo in prier, and are in snM/1/
I \ have been tempted into the Mexican under the Spanish Constitution. Mr. to determine the qualification of elect ,demand. The effects of the Uaitrd' Slatei
: The unfortunate Duke of Rotlisay, Duncan and elf of that
were opinion
mys fell th$
and South American service hy bounties the time and mode of holding elec Tariff have been pariicuUily by ,
his no less unfortunate father Robert I tlut Constitution, as a form of Government ? and the legality of$uci elections ? manufacturer woolen stuff-.
J-Lf' t of Scotland, together with Ramorney I the promise of high pay, and ceased to he in force, i\' soon an the the Spaniards, on the eve of their do In the House ot Commuiis, on tie e'PL1

; f: and the Duke of Albany, the authors the hopo of prize money. This Spanish sovereignty ceased to exist ; for ( for Cub, to have a yote ? Were ing of the 2Uh, Lord Jumi Rnssel el151tJffiof !
:
i'.r : of the death r f the one and tho bio- cause begins to oper.tte \\ ith less force, I the greater puitof it was only' applicable Americans, just settled in the country, Mr. Fed, wluMlicr the English: Arnbas
; as experience has* increased. 8. (and to Florida as a portion of the Spanish excluded Perhaps the: next mail t dor had oidtM to leave Porti'/jal and odder
; k n-h areflness of the other, are all } : of the Uni k.
I monarchy. The Constitution baVe brought a disapproval of the what circurnst.>uoes he was tu !Jr.IVI
this i i' which is aqrce-ible e-
a cause:
,t. :i:;:: drawn with a glowing and faithful ted States \VM not iii for-'e, nor were any .' of the1 Governor, fc requiring hin Mr. Veil replied tlat the Atiincrions : : $4dor'.
'L '41..a nouL'h) the increase of our shipping of th? acts IIf Congres, excepting1 thos' Pie military & civil authority, I hailceaied ; hut thrt it v/a* owexpedient
penciL
:I CJ makes it difficult for the supply of which related the retenae a-id the nnporlution the former GnvI'nitl1t"uflid to to disclose tbe.naCo.re oiw IU"strurtious ,

. "..S..' 4 The incidents ol the novel are \'n- I sailors to keep pace with the. demand. ofg1ve. It will be seen ) his instructions "to exercise the Go as to leaving Portn Hl.Tbt .

).;!' .," 'J full of interest, some of the I I i Our immn'je, which: i iu 1822, amounted the organic law of 1822, that the provisions in the best manner possible for Viscount St c, .tnrov from Dan'Muel *- l
, I ; .' descriptions are in the author's best I in 1825 of the Constitution of the United time being." had arrived with his s,iite. He has lot
1 1.224,6 1) tons was
to ,
States this communication I can as\ not heel lint M JoJ
: particularly that of the burial; applicable to our situation, are making only recogaiied
.L, manner and the installation 1,534 1H! being an imniul increaseof even now extended to us by expresaenact'nent you it without the remotest ilea of libio actiugsecretarv. IJotIi given him
chief
: ; l' r of the Highland ; 52,375 toes, q-jiring an annual I and the acs of Congress, in hiing it may have on the present derstand that it would not be *ay as'BV-I'

Fr; 'f of his son, and the battle between I intre-isH of 2,700 sailors.; In proportion I similar manner, by expre declaration. '! .- I consider that 1 am riisehargin/ : supposed to take pos-tisiion ( the

".,..'.,':c,..:). .. the clans. The latter, though not to the increase of in When Gen. Jackson came to clm' ta which I am bound in conscience, bi'loiifriug- the crow uf Portugal.
4i. .:: !:." equal to the tourname.it in Ivanhoe I tontine I nature rt his powcr;, under his of the consequence, without a }'.'r5aie,:ecretary of fre legition, repli" H
':;/ : '_' besides being rendered too horrible I 1825 and I&2&, vhielr is likely to bo IltJ. 1 : the future rate, 5000 scam l1 a year of the tie same time I do* not hesitate to say. that !be the case, we will see v dJilt MiYesCBiiereshini f
ia the occupation country,
* \l': : by the immense slaughter which it I will be required. As our merchants I to have previously rd a stroryg attachment trt General says." .
not
. ;, occasions, excites nevertheless an interact I appear from personal intimacy and a. I I! The blockade (fOrt occasioned ntf
: able the number of j .d cunduti dei
take; onlv seamen, upon their full extent, a ) I Tb
:.: of obligation it is also welt known in the
: :.; and controversy Englishpapej't
T of the most lively thrilling :
; tu-.n >
hands with is for 11 i dared that they were greater I
one .
us Mijjosl"1
every I entertain a high respect for Mr. Courier contended that as Don
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The chief fault of the I
fiitrusted indlv Ju.ll
description. to
M.*. I I tons ; in other countries! it, is one for to Dtr my and approve the principles on 1Y recognized u Prince U" eut.aort thr Pro
h..t' < L* work is a too great prolixity of dialogue -I 15. But lIaJlI1re thus navigate our Government and willingly has administered th'e Government. cJamrttion of the hlnchade! in ttf J"
prHff defect which I : to delegate he exercise of th'? civil authority sentiments of I siich.that'hi
h a pervades it respect, aui, your Gazette was signed by him as
more chu-iply: we do not afford the individuals the old to '
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1 IValwitin&s I among obedient ill.
erva"t Government justified
hut on the whole St. English ";as
\ .' 1 r: '\ throughout ; will that I same nursery for young seamen. 9'. j new inhabitants, under such orglolz= I I 11. M. Brackenridge. nising it. The Times takes an e3tirf

' J Day prove Many of the fon-ign seamen forced as we should! devise, conforming ai djilerr view of the subject. 1
though tho genius of Sir Walter Scott of Eu- 'j as possible, to tiie! most liberal ) .
into our employ, by the laws I' FROM THE SKAT OFVA |
; il may soiucimiL's fall so low as to appear !j and American institutions. There was The Provincial Government of of tn<' I1
rope, have inco left it, and their !places of American The St. PeterRbtir/j Gftcettc .
sudden accession a
population
I
?
J exiiittt, it dies but as the Phoenix $ '--'nrt \
\V without de of June following 11
gives
Still f publish ,
,
I, were not promptly supplied. I both in town and country, jvlucli wa likely
10 rise as glorioui as ever from aii :
extraordinary supplement
IKar : it is computed that one-sixth of our I in a very short time, to exceed in on the preceding page, a Letter HKAI QUARTERS BsrcField & Drt 1t
:1n"t. its allies. l seamen are foreigners. bers the old inhabitants! part of wb jm, I we' hnvri received from Judge reports tf
. ..I I : Marshal \Vitg nsteni hich
;trh: 4 From Hit Rallimore American.1t I I. To obviate thv.ie: difficulties, the Sc- was expected, would remove to Cuha. \ ', of Florida, touching I the operations for' reducing rllht. *
Wits thought necessary by Mr. : Ordinancesonucfed General I continue with w'ili soon be Ofi.I .
:1 The -l''avy.-In a report from the cretai.v sav. th'it it' not necessary and udteen by success
to consult the habits arrl"td'f1J11
die Navy dated'; ; to increase there are >- pre (! whilst Governor of the pleted, and that the ilotMltf <
; Secretary JM.iy I I liw'pay"as t i our countrymen,1 in respect to I tl : ; I mail wilt prcbatily 'c it aii ctn\I1L1j" ;.
:.\ : 23, 1827, made in'col1pl.aacf| with a I thor Miffiriem! remedies ;' but the ra- i government, in relation 10 lilt of Florida.! Of these ordi- I I I lion "lirtwccn ih"lr)! 'rX't-.A, t!!, opt e t

.J resolution of the Senate, in May ufJ I tions; aud the allowances upon enter j 1 lion of juries, the cnoiraoiv law of Ji : the Judge avo'vs l-Jmself and ., IJ""l (.!'l'l'1', f.


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to proceed to sea : which hc'did with Sandy Uook w tchit is wid had been
We l in l ;
Ji/y 5.; nonce 'rO nt ?.1Yc1At'ALLperinns
the Fortress of Anapx. r dtsj.atch for
at
nf 0PeT } 'giced twenty four hours in en.1 I I
Vice .Vlmirnl Gteie. r< purU that the I uuMiliiT the arrival The following acco-int of the traasac paHsengfr and bajgsge on the Jersey 0 are r ,..!

jquvlion equipped at Sebajlopo! tci tail ontie States shooner Gramp'as. : i 4 from thr nladelphia! Gazette hore. The Shark put on board Lieut. 1:I .. agairiit trading for a Neg; '

2J May, but bcir.s prevented by coii- I not then aware ol" Hie ; We are requested tT Capt. ilarrison of ftlisofand fourteen men, and ordered : Boytjy tUe.nau*? of

tar Hi.H'V culm anti (0;:, tioro donli- ject oilier ,i5it. She revenue cutter Flonda.io ':'y UJH tl| t her into New York. where she arrived on ; 0
Aoinlnffh (on the i>outr erti coast published on Saturday. rela- cEsI4ormerly
temeur vt
hllc'a\f':; Friday : accompanied by the I
out a tont- ( evening revenue _
CWIIlnolr..ch 10 bring
oftlM* Cum O befwrr trif llih. if t\ e to the Jlexican brig Harmon and the. Cutter, Capt. Cahoofte, which went F the of B.
I property Joseph Bryi
Hlh.I O'i !Itfd the of -
iII tiir
tinr.ia.ls of Annpi oer grave L ( at Key Welt.was incorrect The
I down early on Friday morning in pursuit !i a of Florida.
County,
Washington
O* low Col. Perovky iI! ilr catfcp' to 'ijnMajfktv. j who i> buried in the I ii, the Coll ;ctt r at Key We>t pei mitred of.her. The Lady ol the'.lake cleared t! 'CE.\SA about eighteen of
(n.lInan.. bd ) Anp4..uth I bi iir Hf Capt. Hawkins, to in years age,
arrive/ to reinforce thai" intended J Spanish'I'owu.Tlirorsh takeon- board mon.ihr otlicers and c'C1'voftp.go at Liverpool for Philadelphia. with nearly ::: five feet three or four inches high, dark
troop
\nn.l I 200 passengers. 0 complected, wel1 .set-is the property of
ho iW in barked ; hm tfi- J1r : the inrl111p rRn puvatrur Iolt'alatl.ra.! Captain
to : The Shirk i is commanded by Isaac Me- Wade H. Ball, of Georgia. It is feared,
tth the )
communication I* jqVdiiplatrl ; witoai the i ; (formerly the Colombianprivateei; .0
vrimus .kill; in oJoi ,'uing: II Gnitlom.m to Keever, Esq. **nfl .knhVH from Tnmp.n12tli 'that ajth.> n..y*.. rwa man by the name
which had been
Ihq gieatesl pi i"t'n; ,! dr l.d J, we Iii\. had; an uabot ') ca.tureilby true July, Pen3ac !a 25th, and Havana on : o Hathaway, will run off and *eluneMi
I I'.HVS thf poiilion liP h I cf the revenue cutter Flon'da, and the
p\nnl !
surrounded superior numfcfri of vie\'Mtfr a 1) ;eu1i1tl sl.ib i 1 S. hip Natcnez. Cpr. Budd for the evening ofSth irttt. with- g60,000 in Negro, as he is kept concealed by said
by
up. although / I I a I specie to sundry mefenaWs of New York. Bryan, ItO that the owner cannot get him.
folio win f feeling
with tin- *
: i >it Com. Laburde had sailed with his N. .Wamble*
In tir mor9.tg! of the Ifllh the desrenlMAS I the rClw'mhrancc'in! which :; r from any oppo itioh 'fiom Capt. Judd.I I ,

an'Huptilit.t: urnlrr triP rorr.mani! of I of!he iere.jsetl chorisli I I! I y a: tnnce Jiad bt-ou given h.Y him to squadron to join the convoy from ,SpVitr, I AtC y for W. //. BaU.I .
Mensc ukr ft.. tho png,gin: asthe Hal in elli nn': th which had been seen off Antonio, and :
Frmrr ? troop nsou < ; revenue I Holmes' 2Qth 26-3>.
t
discm'iarktd ith th-.(' of the garrison ;It:1 10 him in captivity : $." weie: daily expected At Havana." I$I Valley I :August

{f..urI which the enmv b+4 jriadc sortiecupjvnned !, INMEMORY B a"n. ltev'utiOlCn.ims.

: iy Cirr-n .Mn ravilry'i a. well : OFficorge The Ira! India Squadicn.Ve find some The U. S. Ship De'avnrf, 74. WHS lying 0 !: VUndtr .

as !oin" uiontiiul lI1otlHtiH"'s. wh-i budiitine I Mts from a ietlei from fill ollicer of the at Mahon 27th May, to swl for some port the acf, entitled "An Act for

ved the r,4r-rit from "I.nnui. TS' eieCiv the rounds NOtllu.rn Malta or Tunis-the former most
fachniIuI r.irurM M.istcr Coimunnd in ti illg ftt t the paper,
rias. rcyrlfd! null loss on .tl pci'it I ; which Wi' Id.e the following fIueri. probably as she would be suuject to per.: i and Soldiers of the Army *f

I tin UNITED: To\ : ; not hp"II HII in tance of piracy .since, form quarantine at the latter port. The .I the Revolution approved 15thofJAy
\Ni'Cr..
\iAGr. OF THC I Born at P hiI.tdetphiEtLav: FtiDtiELK his had this command. Jelawc.rf had undergone considerablerepairs : i 1 1828.

fc Russians hare rrTcrtrd a p-sar of J Captuicdin I I'U. S. "Dii f.J h" ''etui to be lie.-itoiK; that their and her appearance was truly! '
TREAsrnr
of tthicli lie DMARTMMT
D.irmhe. account IHHV ?
tPie an I Vtiuii under his ( !, be none, as the, quadion is Kfpt ac: */>cmlul Her sick list was reduced to 4
aIuirPr I f. 10 tlie ((;!lIu"! in i ;; :- AUGUST rth, 1828. S
of .tttllounm.'Z. May 27th Cy II. t;. )1. Frigate : ?!) and usefully cruisingwhere' It is sup or 5, and none of thai number at all dan- h is hereby given to those Offi

Camp JunrS 1S2S.Ve i j He died a Prisoner of \\ piracy's miglit occur gerou.-the officers and creIo' re in fine I NOTICE l Soldiers ofthe Arrcy of tie
( ,) 1 it' .tit mvsclt'ol this
opporfumtv to heelthn.i -\CrHent spirits: ,un'fss johentheb r
Revolution, who are entitled to the benefits
\ h.ne alieqdv civen nn account of t'jer. ? pace! Jnuu.iry: IS that tile s uaihon are in excellent did not receive timttij 1tt'1 from hume.Idem. I -
ofthe emenlioned act that
.+i;tailes which retarded the passage of the nvViiiiugto! fors ike his .! and discipline, and what may be a half

D'T'ti'if.' in consequence of the e\rann1iiM-: in Cijjti\ity; lie declined( consMeied! extraordinary fact out; --- A, I ]I yearly payment will be'corte due on the
\fill
third and "be made
of the riter. The most diffiinii day September,
overflowing ( number of
eieat men (from 12 to DIED
rv in few e.i i i'ai-ole, and sauk I to every such Officer or Soldier as shall
| l.i tour were performed a day I hundred) that havf been and are at In this City. on Saturday nigh, .6t'i !:
;. of nearly 4 w'r1. :o run- nic.il fever. tile pro-luce satisfactory evidence to tLc Se-
f..i the !li taiice to squadronwithin the !IAu twen- inst. Mr. HECIXTE BLCLXT Creole
an ag.d I
e'r'ld a .'ikp even in the Danube ,ViSn e I Trifs Stone mon'fhl. only two Officers, and two men of Pensacola.In cretilt'\ of the Treasuiy ol his being rathutdcy

in :1f't l..d tMt point in th* tfvei, from i died." tt in full life. '
Is inscribed the han
u *"rhP wore to throw across n br! tion as a Meivorial of ins ult. Col. JOSIAH SviLLiVfi ut 5th '(
:!
.1 enemv nrofiine by our nnavoidoblpd "Electim. ie e- t tgurnent
bu At.flti4rkz; -\Ve have nut re- maCe ar.d signed by the claimant.
,
.!1av. hvl thrown up rnrre'ichrnent. on the And j records the !nlitu( i ot United Staus' 1. 'lai tt1 .it : ,ic |
/ Kentuclcy .after
I\'eIJ any papers since ot:: I n:' ( that day, in the presence ofI
b., 'rr .ftll" Dirub* hf''.noril'! '0 thPnt.; 'I Fiieuds for the kmd hut from the incomplete returns iDlII. ear of his age. I two respectable witnesses, to whom he is
.
1\' -lr st un M the jnt of IC1\J., rha wJiVhth i/i the season sickness, ) in the Washington; papers. it Ml 1II"J well known utmgbis rank and line in

.'\' <"Mw1ip )- intention of dupu'inc t*"* r.a, a I
I been elected
hare
.1 of by a majority llir ittiftmw according1 to which he r.as ben found
I
Their n\c'inll; no ai'vantApPom
Thr,e T-i .'.jc:11' h ericK were directed a I I A Generous Foe.TUESDAV.'sEPTf.MRER- three thousand votes. I entitled ft, pay under the act, *>y the Secretary -
iI of ihe Treasury. To tin is to be
r.&r: (' HII : the rich! rf*he enPtnv Was pr o d I --a .. CocJ.rtrchTh following!? .jmo! I alhlec1"tht atfidaui ofthe witnesessworp
.' -
t.d by i'n"t.tr'thY"! tnar )'! and th< I
1,.t .v the f(;rtre<:; of" akf5c'ia. Surli i I Iws f m t la \ a.i'n n'I.chie\'olJ': *' tie! inroads pf'tliis: L before a Justice ot the Peace, or o'hef
:HlIl pest ofthe south i i )'iiurah..I.thoriztd
." position thil '. e had to aftnck with 'i = : toaitninisteroi ,

nT nt,d for*" fA rlTect the O:1c\:,'. I I I .hr a COn pfUIU" phce in every pt- Vort: oV lkeas'aco\. j-a II I.:* Lilt identity ofthe claimant, and to
of .Is an'tla; s cti'ln of'the Union. It I is : [ ilie !act of his having made the declaraMO
,* ri-rade -
Prr .i> f)'" }aI1i. a O'1rc i I i .
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on (.I"t u-n3 IIIIIJ.1Itt I. nnil ', icpui1e d !| Verlie Sans Pair.Health ily tried and can do no harm if inef ARRIVED. : : on the diy on which it bears date.
------- --- : -i< it i lit eFectital, the Editor who Ana this
I to itt
t"f I>.:nu'<# i in irerrhant ve Pcr ln. U'e : gave it to the Pubfic and rile cot umltr the eJll cf the Court of the
'o, t'ic o ;,.i.; ni " ofli'1dl111; 'h. o'lier! 'nnd.tw-o .I\.j..nc! I I duced to nonce this subject, by :h> whom it was communica I Stores for the Armv.ENTERED.. v, MS to the official designation and signature -

(0' ,!U' ri...!p* tinder (",">,1. RMd< "vich vrrthor 01. reports vnich we : : will botri fjeseVve a gold: medal.Fm i I[ of the Majjistrale, ahd us to bit

:1tt"'fT.t.1 a' 1:1( .n"r', ** the river \ i t I culated in the country, by "0 I'I'I the Louisiana Advertiser. Sept. 3rd.-Schr. Thorn. R..iI! )', New \I' being authorized to administer o ths.I .-

t I ... 'r.tt't'I, In'' 0'1 t." 21.r 1 'IJ v. I t, ihposed! persons. The A respectable protVsyional gentleman. Orleans. Assorted Cargo to sun'Jiv jitrso.K|i I I The forms of a declaration, affidavit, and

v J"iiT.1 :.> f1: tilt.' K-iM" ror a rrtvi'J in the j! -. i-itl.'d a gieat portion of our :' ( Ui y !lelday. that h'ha re x'chr. Victoire, Cats, New-Orleans.: A I certificate, are subjoined to this notice.

"v 'fli.II U"Jf 11t'c ?rOOIC T.._,' w'h, n I Zfn!, and e believe some dico"er.'IJ l tliat the spirts of ttir-, sorted Cargo to Order. I I This evidence should be enclosed and

U1h'l" ( nt IsmailAtfr rf'j..j'I".l P,, i 11.) the city ; but in no ," I It:n( is an eiTectu! remedy: Hfjuinst the Schr. Maria, J. McC. Bak'r.f'.Or- t transmitted to the becretary ot the Treaty

ha\in i' -fl ih" IVTV oidf" I|: i IrouIJ.coo.me: and painful \ : ;'r'dttwnl: ol' Cnc"ro u'lhI. lie re- If'tnl. C rgo to Austin and Fint-.,.. and J. ; And, it it be deemed

rcaec'; r I tiP .ti..hJ'c' '*11' ',tii1 rnrnivTV tal, nor have any thing lik> : I I I .nu-ntU-d I 10 pdt a litl'eof it up-iii the F,. "."th. Llctisacola; and Sauridcis and Le I ue amount found due will be satisfactory remitted to-,
ihe' othi'r b- n'. II. M.irpnircd contagious disorder v sited I Isinniner l\ of bnf.fc-case '
ho o-cnpie < -s or sides 'O'II' ?. bui Baron, Tanipa av.CLEARED.. I he claimants draft the
in a
'If the tfjiiwnt of T.rhit no place of the s Ant I !: I on most con
to the camt ; other Mirniture' .
;i i !->, .irmoir, or in winch xenient Branch of the Bunk of
noff "nil! Po'fara. A s- 'cmn Tr Dfnmt I, inh'ibitants, in any climate, i| \ t;.ke she'trr, ivliicli: ruv readily b-, Sept Gfh.-Schr Thorn. Rcilly. New-Or. the United
uill be
w.I !, and 'in* Divine Prni" "t5on: iivoJuncS. ': snorter' list of deaths in the : I Ihan 1 : v. itt a feather, ami the>e tnnibie; leaas. ( aigo 13,000 bricks, !"v tit Maslei.SAILED. i states authorized, or, paid to h.s attorney, du-
T.-.h. 1,1 for the last six I ll) u-.tlcrthe regulations bich
r.J .r tIi" deci5ive rnl:Ih"t. our city .

:! : iiinv-ctn Wiinon pit, nut only! UK been
Oefort
( .) at 1 n'-'l4d; in fir m.irMioif: thKmprrnr in the cnnntiy may I tile, but tat loom. The remedy I .S>;>/. 5th -U. 5. Transport Schr. Florida i L I I i.me prescnocd. .

R'c<*n'lc'i "II eininrnr" a' the cinTDrncriBf.il !>' visit Pcn acola, without I !! simple ;4t1(1a' '!R cbuined: by ever'. ; l Edward Baker, Tampa 3ay. 1 K'.cb claimant: is requested to indicate,

of ihe line which! led to the D.itiubr. I'crer and though tfiey may !I I J :4)I whu ,isliv-s: It. ll IS not utiple.to .*- I Scnr. Maria, J. McC. 1)ak r. 'fan ua I byA note at the loot ot Ins decJar..tlonitile
:
pale' faces, and some may gi" I I I Hraiicb of the Uur.ul States on tvhicb
Pay.
: : 1 tiLe i'lirll
-soon and
"JI.M.f. "edi 'l..flf"hl\t tattE'r flftWP! icfr hiirid. the right bcin? l I evaporalcti I I I I it would be most convenient for him to
.
omen: r."n 11 our t (11I111a, : no I inijrv to ftir'iiture or cl.Jtfuiiir. _ t .
Tte Ocr JIDms ;-aw a vicorou, r-trn. notwi.ic JuJffc IJrtrrellTi-s I', aIZcae4, a'S .etrijtl ,l'i O/4r IlIforn..nl I j r ., U l I I1f I due.r..iv.;to him i flralt; and for, it there tne sum be that may be
wthlanui; !,. !! IJr1 tt, It dL :11 t 1ltJse. I IiI no pont ot'hce
our tr'Hlti I !.1 ijed aniIf' I 1 ; S hereby gtven that, at thr next Term in the place of his
ill||
t/rll7".CZn preceding page U. h' found a i retidecetome ,
oMC' t'ur"7"'p nTO"'ll e" t of tbe Lscumhia County Court I shrill) I iionaUo the
office
nUl' esteemed
fdloH-cin/.e post hich
}J.embuk't"d, at i i-woz4
\ fl" h d Hie
\ .Vaiiouu
!
r'cf\'lllj' ; the r. l for
"Ul letters
..r" ,,... .".....1. ..T. : .- .? ,r.npr"r. .. r.MI i DOE Esq.. on the uhji'Ct ;: II ult. aiiiiuunces the Iiijencer. of apply of nrllisri.fton noon f be most convenient to him to receivo
.11" ru Jauncn rtl" Estate '
11'.1.1 me ot of
--.t Mji ht ht the Unj- Lemuel J. AUton?
: nancea of G. neral I Jackson$ ; I Jun'r. (:itceased. Hfilfl'U.n th s Ucp-arvneut.
Lnats :u:1;! M< !J.i- Csack. imd. '.ini: elfvery iis i I. fates' Sloop of War 6r. Lou 3, which .
-eful '. Fltridfith the remaiks of I place at the I A copy of tins; notice '
u tni:11 ill '.-rii! the !.:idm r the National ];I'' Navy Yaid, \Vashingtou, M. wth the forma
;.". In urtier to fC'iClt the Turkish liar.!: < : In'"!Ji 'f cer | the IGth and lein.trks : 'rapper. I annexfcit, is I'Heu.ieit. 1) be sent to each

I 'It' nv.Tsoui troo'K t.Hd. oa one s lie. to tl'l true information of those! of our I 1 tllJllrii lie new fashion! of build- Pensacola 8th September! ISild-2t>-Gl. ( Olbcer and Soldier vhose Claim fhall
$\ 'ain tl t Hot have the n .Vattagtof l tinder ng 11ith admitted
; en
cr.n'itirtdni (;l iie "ii"nn.*. and :ftli-'tial! j I Cuter deprives a Uunch ol fall It ; that he forms

on the ITr to tro.s .. d.' 'p in >ra! ; hut oi- ;*-rve, that LnteHig'ncei writer it may i 8i Hs inti rest, by concealiii? (turn live Rats of \VVAVi'age.BESOLVED : t be n led: up ant tur-ea to tins Deparntnt may-

th. y fjiuekK >v ri-.ime all oh!:aJe: & took a in thnt | the tirst JiuJJJon ofthe vssel 1 .,t the proper time.It .
j .i on
ned
Tita the f..llr.\viM:
himself
,
too'tttjf ,n ; ,;;;h, hunk of'th. Dinuhe ittnry, i blocks and ir." gr.tdi'xl 1 Hccdfiaiion. ; HAT I be !
Tfi l C'IIl1..il.r I much :ctf"rir.ou. tiie Ordinan I the ; ?, on G.mds !la..cl".1. onr n.anoi k n.> on tins occasion
of th FIMi'llt scene was rt< J ,
al hrHJ2hoUld 1 fii4 tiiai
much in- ,
q juuI. and cndeavoted shipped from the \\ hat: and altnougit an
lf| to make on V"-stjj. earnest de .
".t! !.* 'in tf.t* fiction; ilitl iK f rive I J by a umber of Spectators, >| re
!!;a5i"t, General JdcksUIi whom are hereby established m> ueenieit In gt\ e immediate
up. In Hue. ih-mt 11. a. in. tli; 'tnies in the ; / iioiice had attrncied to :. to taki- eject: tH. i etJect to
eni witne it.
s .i.t
ba'teiir"; !. :'riJ'.mich: or.r ot th.'in iMiJ been I el-rtii'n. It was to counteract / 'be first day Sepieriiocr, A U. 16J3 : I Jt I.dicent inlcntioiis of Congress, at
:I \ots, aLit! to tak' from Gel unl: that all former nat and in..i..teateu in the act icferred
l J. to
sprurj. I.v f''x; !,, T\ cii hti' which Henry wished to fit and they axe .repe.dcj. Inc to Lift number GI appl.calions
kill!*'!l ci noun.i d. vveie in on following :u the i'lag esu :b1iJrt thereby viz :- and
our letter unj ._ .
pockesston: t'.ghr tl.lfloonco:; HI.11t I number )[ of Judge B. was wr it :. I) f'd by' the Gi,; f'ru.tr of 'J. .ice I 1. All .Merchandize*, in I'a:k- i I I [ : \cs'grtt..yns ntcesaary be made
taken ,
'H pieces of can u(i u "to! e !.; itld, .,.d the I the liberty to make one blut'4, irn a blue 61..! white) cr.ss iu I ages, (commonly cdk(1 I ..I'C II :.'1J to a utc\m, it has not been

TuiLs u-fif in fall; r'.t..ofr' .*'ii i i. tie nflievirjj it to be a upper orr.fr"* etsuiement jfwOtls ald I' IOU; I.r..e ic.abJ10: uct upon evcrj case
In
tns '" the Intelligencer we find all t"mera us e"rJ, tt: t.uM
Goods
lsak.'hca
iiaic bet-n
c: %& 1.1 :" v ho' lit for-I' not herein ellU wished. The

< ttJt' FauIb3utgc. i' h1 I '.."P ;1l"CP i a'u hare regulated by Gen. Hp.Tl ;:,rlJ:t ,Petition -The Savannah ted, fur every live I rule has oecii, to i.\c up each cairn in,

o' (cannon : morlitr>, and I IKH. irzi-r. Our .Wt" substituted requested g.an informs us that h United Slates' cubip fret, 4 cts. I incoiiitr in, .a.CIl.I, lIb been received;

r\loss, ha;.beets 1-- tiitlinir_ uisidenn the diffi. I I rf' atcd.1t I bf I.nvln.-'a"-r. tn. ". .nn.-. iii..rtiiy... siaiioneu d_.. : I 2. Every (It..Cask or Dane I'lie same coufbe Wil bt- riiirkiio----.".l .h&r.&'liUr. -
OU''ql- "fA uau.o' surmount. That of j that Citj. applied to of any depcr.ption :\ .
the Magistrate for 4 .
Tui k, is not yet a cef ained. I I Leirislativc (' 1 I to ai rest his Sergeant and another I :3. Half Pipe: or half It i is requeued that: all letters

In ihibillfiant aflair, the Danube ise for H\I assault Hhd. of \\ on this
Been luis ( ion commences I and hatteiy on him, .toe or Liquor 3 subject, may be endorsed
actually crowd under tli-7ins Ofrhe I SKCOXD MoffDAr of O within or near tint Cuntone- 4. Pipe or Hogshead. 15 Claims." "Revolutionary
Ifcere I' i ,-
enemy. i is n noohst.dt'ttJ; the I LIST The warrant was granted and the 5.II Bale of Cotton cr 1 -
OF
con!'ruet Ion of our .MEMBERS \ Richard Riisb.
bridpe. tthicti &
being
will[1 bfiuu'ied Distiict ur.a'ble to gihonds for Hay, 6J

in two or three days.CampofSitounoica. let. appearance at Court, were committed 6.It Pu-.l-el of Salt,Corn, 0 IIIJt' 0 .
i 7 Peter Alba.2nd. !(' ( They were bronght or. otht-r article in bulk rOT t 1e .
June 11 -The cm"irkatiia S Ed" nr-l L Drake. Habeas up on a purpose ctnbainn.theamou!
of the) Kussian* ccjifinucd. afrrr I 3d. Heniy G. RHmCaI I the Corpus, and on exarrina- sold by measure, I ct Hf pay accruing to me for thff-halfyear

the passage otht Danube *as onVcted._ 4th. ) Charles rloward;\'. }I their Jnstice( of ihe Inferior Court ,-. ." Ton of Iron, Steel', ending on the 2d day of Septejnberl828,

T 'e t..t" :raciiHiicrriitr Liulge, w.-ig carried I .">rh. 5 Lack 1%!. Stone. 1. i casts,discbaige the interference the ground that or Lead, $1 00 under the act entitled "An act for the
L'* with -'A biJity. Oi the of the Civil 8. Hewed -ed 1':6.her : I relief of certain
Url-, Kt 11 oV.'or.-. ; ;th. --__- Love. would be destructive ,oj 'r.t 'I I surviving officers and so!.
U.r MniMuin ; furnuu of lktsclm were t 7th.Vilfiam Wyatt. and that it of all disci per 1050 fcet, 50 .ts diets of ihe Armv ofthe Devolution"

confined Oy the Turko1. In it'> HfrriM.OII, I Sfh. James Dell": ; vrjthin the prov.inre was a case of properly com 9. Shingles per in. :5 : proved 15th Ai y. 1328,1 _, of- ap-i
the E'"II't'r\; cr.<.i.d the the, .Military :10. ; i in tne cf _
tj Turkish side, I ih. Cox. *. stabli hed Unavievi Boards 2t Iarka County in the State
the Law
.of
by 'i
i I of
i the Uni
Caii-Jui-ied by the Zapoo-uv Co ,ackshie I 10th. Gabriel I'riesf. and with wjiich the civil per m. : 1 -_-, d* hereby declare that I was k

suhj"cticft P'lrlt', and dtt-r t&ting the I llth. JamegHall.lifh. not to interfeie." autho- 11, Pipeci fihd Staves, per : in the of the Army cf the

PJIII which had' born nccupu-d, rt 1 u..ned. Joseph S. Sanchez. -__. -. m. 50 Devolution, in the continental line (as
tot I0h. H Ifttc-r 'fio-u the IC.h.: 12. Barrel I was
Staves
Pacha Geoige E. Tingle. the New nnd Hoop more fulir si forth on,
'4'ic to Poles' fpr tiLe benefits
sur- per m. 25 I I of the said
have
anti
m'1. r. litVH n'loHt-d! until 10 Mie e just. heen informed by d 13. : that I have act.)
1'J' '.. next I Izvig osrrved in the who left Vera Fire Wood. perl.>a.l '.\j : been found entitled, by the
loJ : iht- iiulaticn! Crux on the 3d
.g acrep > ,
c.-.j rcn Courier 14-
d. Fence ofthe
an Secretary
erroneous on'tbe Posts and ot'ef I Trt'It'i'lrIInh'r
statement that
0: th.t' S"'riintw<. Turkish t : I 2d n/ tj.in fionth Commo- that act,
IIJftrJ"" 1 to ; that Dvp'frtss ar- II; edby Capt. Houpeman of the j Porter hanle-1 1 (wn'his brOad ro-igh Timber not escceding to the pny of in the said line.H'ltm .
fivenntlce the ten wde ; pennant
I ridop Sarah Isabella 10 ft. 1
in hi : ting1, each 02 I -*? !
respecting
;
aCCI'.tci, ai.tl tir :"ortrtss ready fj I | resignation as corntaa/i'Ier: my; hand, this day ct
i5.
dtl. surieniL'CHATtEST I ture ot the prvats .unned }t Mt-iican Navy: the American Bricks, per M. 50 ill the year one thousauJ
eight
: tdt.t'3C.1pt" H' ho held gfne- !Q}. Stone, perch. 50 l hundcd and
pner, ( -: 'I'Ifi comr ii ions under the Mex per twenty ei:'it.

Jun 7. CarrJUobo) we liave obtaine-.l. : i (" have followed! his exam 17. Horned Cattle: horses orMules I r <

Cf\11 the -niidrj.-; .-.! p.,:ts are in the liandi autlrentic source, the following : ; as their reiuonslhat' irom the each, 0 1C j I U ,fore me, -. _
*: a for the
'KasMun I uuthoritie M. de :orJol : A ant of goo<5 management in the Merchandize landed on the V. harf and ,I I cnbM'j of ,
-, m
fills kearei"cn a..jrd Piesident of ihe Divan it I II'I iUc Collector Key West concerns and the cdnsequ"nt irregn- remaining there until shipped will be i 'personallv appeared, thi3 tIC: State of_ .

M. Pisain at Jas y. A crntral {I prtx-nted to Capt, Uudd, of the l in the payment of the se'tmen's charged half price on \ \ipm nt. -., of the sad day ant
C'Qtth.e Jus been formed to f I Natchez ,and the b'lildide & Half price will be county, who diuruilv ace-
then
Rke
(f charet( in that port, that equrpping of ve charged on articles mate oath that .
prO"llilllllHlg- Kiusian &! my.- An ex-i I, vait armed Mniran scnr. ) j! war. rendered it impossible for tlfem transferred from Vessel to Vessel, or laden : I f'urcgr.in declaration -- by whom tile
Cttjmate has Ijeen made of !fl| thr effect any thing to the on Board Vessel was made and sub"scribed -
a pro-{ nas then in the waters of advantage any at the Wharf: without :
ii! tn, is U'elj Ic'iov '
'inces 'o be fjrmshed! by the different} pro-- II States with prize, and breaking I themselves. s or of the nation they being landed thereon .1' I person therrir, de sclbe.l.* n to ihem ind to be the
that he
f i in Articles the Wharf is
fI g-o, viota'iot) uf the llevenue remaining on longer ,:generally reputed

)urn Jl7flacapapes rcccirctl at the of me neutrality of (ht United ; -- .than three days, will be subjected to nnl| I been a -- in the and believed ofthe to have
Army ke.'oll1.ton.
Clarstu'l Capt OuJd. immediately JforfeU: JIujfutt .C\I\.. additional charge of 23'pr Cent. and the |hl'1 ; in nuttuIeia5
Courier therein
Ojfi ;C. Joluison with -The new of ,' same fur each three /tated ; and
two boats from sloop ar Fair- succt-tauig dayi. 1 tON j'tia: the said declaration
Kutst3n\Jam.) Ju.ie 28. cJ l z.to co-operate with the \ C pt. Parker, has hauled nut fro-n VESSELS subscribed was mad* and
Imprtiltiou by the said
of Flour from the 13th ter Florida, Capt. Harrison by ,' Yard, New York, and is' o nil I in their
o the presence, on ihe day of the date
231 hnsl 23 9 banels ol' thr boats was partially i lli teh' fur the Metliierraaean.-The For every Boat or Vt.S*el over ,0 thereof.

*- during the same period; 25 exp.ir.on bar-- they fcucceeded. in captunn&r. the frigate isreadv, -- fnr UM hnltl"ttoJ ,.... ,,,' five and rtot exceeding ten | lliines* my hand, this' day of

dora unddter prize. .- t' Erie stoop ofnuri is fitting tons per day, 25 In thl''rar one thousand tight
: I West India Ten & not exceeding ton,. : hundred and
: (.4p. Pilt The Mexican brig of War slaMon. twenty 50 I!I twenty: tight.

of the brigantine MalI J- ing then at scJ4 j oft.th port o!' Portsmouth (ff. H.) Gazette of Twenty thirty dp. 75giou -. .-- 0I

I hls,:: ..- cninmiinicdied to us and without-the w.itcrs of the I! :? states, Hut Com. JOIn 1). HE*. Thirty ,". forty do. I I I Cleric ol the Court of the:

L___ ,*' "*' "icboly; : initllfeence of the State, Capt. IIawknN.: her the Navy Yard at that station I Forty sixty ti0.. 5150 !I I,: County ofi -'. in the! State of .

:: 'r'l' ftlle.u llon- JoHn} O'Driscoi who was on hore at Key Wet, day, for the purpose of tak ''ISO I Sixty II" 100 do. Z2 UO I I i., ilt hereby certify tjint -, tx-tore-t

h.f: JUtce! Dominica. ; ed to receive Capt. lIupner and command, *nd was received under 200 do. 82 50 wIutiuiUuetrreouug at Uavils Wt.'relfr"! .'

t HV ldn, about He died on beard ,bis brig,' provided he of 13 ffuns and three cheers from Over two hunJred toDs, l>o 00-1 j! wa,; at the timea for the said

- ; 1.Ut and 'i'idnight, OD Tues1ay ed by Capt., Budd that he of the Yard. Vessels not hying) at the Uhail, but ,I c1iiuvty, at.' dui) ?niuu. red tu administer

"'as buried on the fol1'in the port iiociolected. having a host to it, and those occupying i oaths .
1 .say. U;" fuu'fal'was him Capt. of ill I. Shark at New Yurie. an outside birth, w .11 be chasgcd half
altend' permission toetiter In testiwion
d ana U., S. Schr. } whereof I have hereuntoset
Sfiarfc, which arrived these rates.rastd .
id ui his.Excellency the Governor liopner iiul his crew on York Tiiy ";a.t.nd! affixed the s a'of
on tell
in
5Q
Friday evening, August : 1828.
pr"-" 11ll purpose ')CI"tu..inJ"lh to the wiid f;OUA'I, this
inhabitants dl\ day of'in
of the
bn directed him to anchor. near the } morning, *hh t&ii Dr. barque N. W. I.LCW., the '
year
one Ir.'l.i.d
of
I the Lake, from Liverpool I riesuknl the
lying Bo
oj nd
J LAnd wlif his f as f1'erti were < cf Jit'ul.rl. eight btnt'red' and
- I .[ ark hiver. ?13u-.' 35 miles K. of J. G. UUAKti, Secretary.g S 2 twenty eight.
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Claims.I ((1L) j personally appeared this d

, 't I .,,ja FRESH BREF.August C.f"E TOraHE ftevoYnttow. ,f retain y survtviic (JIG,. I 'or/s .nf a Etcfumtion to be made by the .attorney named in the fortgui--y

C.O'Ott Bao'uu. f tin, A.i act 'Lur the! r''lif' of the Kexo- (JjJiC "8. of attorney and mule P
i;; t.'LIQ1n.L. i residece 1 e Ihe Ifiny oath ttbt tt
cent :jr.J! rAi,. I For the of II *
purpose obtaining bcne. was not given to hhi *
3i 1-t, 1858. 5 I Siih:cnberat the heac intio., |I.y trt"J *
WILl. rrcvive 31- Io S'ltltt' mlfJllS ? j j fitS uf all act, entitled u.lict for the re transfer or of any n or.h'
till the
it I Proposal! of Kscambia iJltY, a Negn Be it enacted j,1Ithi". attac1irne-tL I
:.t- .. October ehMiing. to furnish th: fellow', who sayt-he i is tre t the atssmf'le Ti-at each i I I liters! of the Ann} of the Revolution the pay therein authorised tterlct .
of thaarc himself ,
' : Troops United St !t'srmy, Lt and has hired a s .ini"rka. ill CciUgrtGs : 'I approved ink <
:
k.i! or mav he. stationed at Cantonnienllrookp it Mich : calls himself of tthe 1\111'\\'ing 0f1cets of the hrmy ot the:: ; fl'i the 15ih of May, 1828, 1, -!, ed but that the said pay js tnten.Jt e ;

";":;1"', witliKHESH devolution the Continental Line', wh.. I of-, m the county "f -, in the State enure wholly to the pC ) ;

::7i: BEEF, ft'I WlnI .-v. l ID 7 was entitled in to lulf PaY by the resolve of! ''of -, do hereby declare that I was an'I the person hy whom the SAid po't1tfitcr

officer in the Continental Line of executed
1I seventeen hundred the Army '&
., 1: from the lt di January 1329. to in I. October twentyfirst, I
%v
, ; and he has lived Washington City and authorized to receive, Out (lrth Revolution and bert tll as such I Wiliies-. my hand; this._
says I lis'htv.
be
p.: 'j.":. elude the 3M day of DceMiier, 1829I and at the Indian Springs in Gt oga.: flf money in the Treasury nOt other 1; ; [lii-re insert, to the end of the war, or (.u I in the year _. day cr".

'. c'l The iotl.c Heefwiir'rt"'vpsiM required iwo t1t}: to In be eacli deliver vet];: Said Nt. ru. is very black, five fet si; wise any appropriated the amount oMus full I the case may he) o the time ; heii (lie at.. Uefore me, .[here imm t'

.r eh'ht r.ches high, and has a scar or ili accordiH- lis rank rangemnit of the Army provided by the Justice of the Peace or other ther,
the be : \\nf\ ,
( days to desiirnt'ed: ) lit Mich; f;'i 1'1 i I. i pay sad \ Ji* -
: a tity as hall be lequhed fur their Nation; I ; the .left cheek. lie wishes to goj the. in the lin". tIt begin wiiSi: the third resolves Congress of the 3d and 21st of i duly empowered to adm'mwtef tf.. :

: on each a-. And I deem! it necessaiv t o I North as soon as he month .for hiclt !, day or')I..rch, one thousand eight. hun. October, 1780, was carried into criect,, the County of-, in the Stat.01: ] "

t. apprise thone who: may choost- to ofe- I ht\'c: hired him is-completed ; but, .d j I dred and t twenty-. and to continue du and reduced mulct that arrangement,] at: personally appeared, tdui MY, '

to contract for the supply, Ihtt the lee! :"I' think he is a runaway .1 shall cndeavoi:r ring his natural hie : fowled, 'I.hut, which period was a in the regiment -i 1-' of the said county, \T.V dudte'1

tff. will be required to b.? of tlie best, which I to lure him fl1r a longer j IH. .iotl, to give hi:; under this act, no olliccr shall he entitled of the line. 1 )ly m.dte oath that -, by w"foreguingdeclara.icin *..

r the market can afford! and particular al. owiuran opportunity) to gt lalln. I to lecrive a larger stun than the 'full!! pay And 1 also declare, that I afterwards receittd was stibscr \j1

t:1; ..., tension must l4\c1to the bucl.crinK thereof Andrew 1*. Simpson.Pensaro'a ofa Captain in said line. a certificate (commonly called a generally reputed ami believed to e .1

.'.., as a rigid inspection of it will alay I : I : : 25.h July 18-d *0tf.EMBELLISHLD I Sec. '. Md be it further enacted, That, commutation certificate) (for a sum equal ; been an office in the Army f>r the y tq't

'v:.'it be made.Persons'oJFering. whenever any of said officers has received to the amount of five years' full pay ; i lution, in manner MS therein st.t"d. "

will I a persion- which sum offered by the resolve of f Witness my hand this
. r. to contract make money of the United States as was -day
EV
A .lV I ULUJl 1- or
f'-' their Proposals in wriJinj, sealed and directed I i er, s-i'nce, the! third day of March one Congress the 22d of March ITrfJ. in I in the year- .J

: to me at this 'p'ace: stating: : the: iuvurhiiLy WI rn A:< 'L ', I thousand eight: hundred and tweli "sIX, stead of the half pay for life, to which I [Signed] ..

rate per pound, in .1 single bid!, furhich; .1 c.\xr C.NO u A vi W. J aforesaid, the slim so received shall he 'was entitled under the resolve of the 21.t I .r. -. <-'l
t*.::. they will furnish! siul they sluM be informed deducted from what said o.'Hccr! would, of October, 178U. ty of ---, in the -tale of-_ d j ehbi::, .

!.1 {; of the acceptance ()their' Pnpo-.1.1I I 'tN'; \ o-r It1",r \ 01- 1 1 otlierxxi, be entitled: to, under thu first And do furl l' declare l that I havereceived I certify, that --. bctor? who*., :J hJ

,r-.. .'k. aais; either by letter from, or on personal I And Ladies' Literary j aZt'He: /1 section of this act ; and every pension to of the United States, as a pensioner 31'J.nffilhvits wei-i--'xxorn, wa..c at f'Jrti,..

I\t:!" application to, me at Cantornient Urooke,, I wh'ch! said officer i i-. lOW entitled, 'shall since the 3d day of March, 1826, [!here time, [here insert t.th\.rl JIJr.tic 'IC

' : ,on the day above mel 'iln'd. JerfJul to the lJcllc.\ -LCltNS, jine I cease after the paswge of this act. insert, no money, or (as the case may be) Peace or other Magistrate, duly l'Q t t 1&:

'11I.. '1 fi: John Page, .. & Arts, Music Drama !assiJlg Stc. '}. .lilt Le it further enacted, That that I have received, as a pensioner of ed to a'hniniMtrr oath,] ,ndereil uly ert "

t"; ..1.": Ass'I. <-om.f fif.Sub.i ., Lvtnls tC. is'C. i 'f. I very surxiviiuf Iu.n.cc)1n1)issicnetI officer, the united States, si-ice the 3d day of to 4drninr>ter ouilu. ?*-
f in said who March :-1828 the of dollars! In testimony wheJ'eof,1
musician, or prixate, army, sum paid have Ittr t:7.
: ::: Note.--No Proposals will be ,l niNTl'-D GiOUOF P. MdRKIS."Ilerr ,
r. '
J'c c l. UV t I 114.Dl I tU1Itls
:: !I I enlisted therein for and luring the war, to me hy the Agent fr pajing pensionsin IllY and aliltell ".
: after the of October e' 7
3isi 1828. ;
rI and continued in its service until I its termination the btateof -..] [t.. s.] of the.aid Court, t.llidalt1J '
;f.".1! 23-IH.1' shall xuuiij !t'uil1, vxin:; Ins; Ll.'Jc lliijl 1 t, I 'i1 ;
' ; "Kiel; Drxv'-ihftrtsVhakiiis lioiii hid pinnies; oi I and 'hereby! became entitled: to [Signed] --, m the yearSigietjJ -_.
.
t.j .Light.1'fTjlHK I eceive H reward eighty dollais. undea Before me, [here insert, Justice [ I"
;
POST Ortjcr. TipARTMr.NT '> a retolve ot Congress passed May fiitreuth :- nfthe Peace, or other Magistrate, duly 16--Ixv. yin. ft'e
g:,. I JIIIW 7tl, I28.UO'OSALS 5 SIXTH VOLUWE of the rCl'orIS I
and
H : will be received this JL coniMienced I seventeen hundred seventy- empowered to administer oiihs,] in the O.Ij.., i' J
at theTWKLF'l CJ..n ,
on H |).\Y ful IL.
I esgli', shall he entitled to receive his : county of -, in the State of -, :ier- :
: Department until the 1-Uof ctc'crq flfJULYs the plan of embfUishuig I monthly in said strvice, out .f .' I Hou.5, !lately
'th
'1 pay any son dly appeared; a day. -, and- 11 occu ied b
; for thhs Ma"
the of tle! )
next, Coiu'eyar.ce tail publication I with i
apriropriat I I ".
: : eniting ,, \ HUMAS WKIUIIT
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in the otherwise of
money Treasury not 'p- the said cotidU who did, several was }
oJ! } thrice a week between Mobile! Al h and is nmliri.ood ami I
; tH'lc\'ed to !be aliieiir IiiItiiIi -.If *
S I propri.ttcd ; to.be;. m on the third day oxiuioh make oath, lat -, by whom the foivoiiM ; February, by tire sEl! ',
.tt!V: New "is 1utIIS, .7' Sed/1I B J J:8-t1t: m'iI I 10 tin UHJ.t arceptablr! ii.cl cor- wliunr :
I ; be carried from btltt'I''l I one tfifjijsund tij; lit htui.lred and .*; declaration Was ,ub crioed, is p< ruuiUitlicit, -, a chare of1he I ",
a'j th the gent-
. City t.> City -111111 I -t-iporul r fii' un.-r of ps
j t ,nty-six_ and to continue during lai..j rally fruimilige: $iL hit.'ublic.. All!
,
believed have which 7
reputed :ent to been
,;Jflt., hours ; and tic! service locoiiM' ei.ce on society, iii'd the improvt-ments i-i the cahtits tht *
. natural l tile : Provided, That flu noncommissioned I tn ollicenu lie aflbul.sli| ie ,
I of the studiously -
the 1st of .No\'t :110cr. and coiit iue four I public taste, li!ltllI.f other, it ;\ ill! he adiiend I Artuy Revolution, : and attentiun pro
rr-MMcian every devoted
1f.'m.' I to. The I UIC&J', or pri- I; :nniiiineraalheivin stated. tothena' '
to 'ea __ generous pclll'IiI.;,; br- I vale, in :;td arlll"-, v.'ho i is uoxv on the Witness hand this comf.rt ut those who will favour the
of
my day -, Hf,
I I ,
'd '
--- lo.\ t'-.o voik
> upon; added[ i., r.uncroin hit of I ith H piefercnee. **
"L" ,, P.-I.I on the United S'atea, ihall! b- In the I
.J'I 'L I e\i'lics-s: ( I f" J liberal seiitiniciits; year An
f' U .1. .1. I oiiii i l"IIt;led to the beitfts: cf this act. excei'Ieut!; fJilli.iid Table .
, J't't, kind f fie iJ-.j :, cinauatiu, from [Signed] the ateachH
I ; estahSishrnt-nt
r11 THE C'.tjz-ns of 1t_ : :jyei-M.in ofnotfi j Sec. 4. Jntl be further enacted, That I, Clerk: occup"8
: 1p..tca I -, o't the Court of the Ciun- I separVe t"'
:::j1t; and the Public St'Xl''ho ire alike di in! uitijcu I the pay allowed by this act shall, under of -. in building will I contribute to .UUUIi.ment .(A
: I: are respectfully I for their attuimner.ts in ty the State uf -, do !hereb; our .\ftt. I ,.: 'A
polite literatuie interfering uith the ,, -
the direction of the oftle od ,aai
" : informed the fast: stiIil.1.r : and I Secretary Trci4Sl11'y. certify that -, before xvhoai the fou'going ? .
of 'luieiulihe .
I fortherknnvedge the House I
line and '
,
arts.
be prf.aiepwij
'illt BUt, I II. H. Chamberlain.i 1Ul I paid to the Officer or Soldier entitled allidavits were sworn, xvas, at the be
are uicent.vts to the always
l .pv most accotfiinod.ted rfii
:. \vill sa.t between this Port and Mobile St\ ta'III '' iHrts: to deserve per- I thereto, or to tlieirauthorized attorney time, a [here insert, Justice of tile- sittiuroom. with a ?II

'tll :.' regularly: once a week during i the turniner I distilction; a reward and at sucn places and days as the Secretary Peace, or other Magistrate, duly empowered There is t."
so gratifying.V.'eaie on the .
premises
i:: !t' season H. tutU 'K, I I flittered may direct ; and that no foreign to aduiiimter oaths,] and duly eu- Sr, hl..s .m the one of rhtbat
irrt:ally both with the place, where Horses
,
Oihcer
shall
1
I be entitled to said L
nor
t.,.. .. Master nunibw-r as.d character of pay ; powered to administer oaths. strictly attended to. WbeJOHN .
our readers and
shall
: ::
-- : any Officer or Soldier receive the In
; testimony xviiereof',1 have hereunto
r correi-pondem We could: enumerate same until he GAUNIER.TIUTZ ':
furnish
said
FOR SALE. to Secretary
set hand
and
..f\.1t... ; uaiy wn ) rank anion the first in my affixed the seat :
our satisfactory evidence that he is entitled
.. .. .' THAT pleasant: :i"-l drsirahledxvellirg I I1" J country for genius and learning, ;,nd it the same, in to (lie to [t.s.J of the said court, this -day. f "J.r.; ;.

p't.L':: ) on Intendencia street j: saljlJl': our pnde alaI; pleasure to furnish this conformity prov.sioniof of--, in the year oard per Month, .>; 2-> T 1' '
&
act the allowed this *
1' :;.; "belonging-; Major Bu, It.'. For i then, -with a wt.rk! which shall!I continue to sh.-tll not pay by act [Signed] Day Bourdeis, I 'ttr

.b'f.ti. tel'm wlncli: xvifi be naic tr.oder.ite !'nu-rit their; protection and favour. Indepeiiden liable to m any way be transierable: or ( B.) Dinner ",.I, .i-r' .
attachment levy, or seuuie,
i., :,: apply! tot !!! Iy ot the voluntary id so I by Form of a Declaration to be mad* bJ the Hreakr.i-it or Supper 3i! f-\-. .
gene-
'J legal
t I my process xvha'ever, but shall Horsc.s .
i; ; Hubert Mitclipll.Pensacola I :" fl15._\ Uestoxved and J\'on-cQinmiiiined Officers Musicians per di/ 1 -
, I'f : I so viry aCct.} able, entire wholly to the personal benefit of .s ., .
t.4. and Privates.For per month 2t' ( ;
invokel.e
10 182b1SEAS 3*. j jL opportunity of that he Officer
July -- : saving ur Soldier drilled to the same t' n acoh
; .. ;I 4' e ha.vLsigtged the pens cf several oy this act the purpose of obtaining tfie bene- F.br'arv 'Ot"F1. IS28.-4S ) L
.
.. -
.II: N fl)1L'J --- I .';CI1:!I.-me; who are well known in (liei'cr.iy h'* of'An act (or the relief or"c lain sur H.icave X 'r' .
: 'l c. ; Sec. 5. .'lnd.bi. : L'iBat
.'.. i xx u; J'a! and 1 whose productions, wiKX it further enacted, That vivingoth'cers and soldiers of the Armv of ;
: :.. THE! Subsct'iber !Jixj ju=. "-t-c ived per ; peisiudu!, will impart new spirit to so much of s.ud pay as acciurd by the 1 t'ie Revolution! ," approved on the 15-h ;. ) 1'.0" to inform Ills Friends an l'

,"1':It .: ;: frome.v ()ihatiru- I I[ the i'iiiut j.uges of the work. We,1I1e1e. provisions of this act, before the third day may, 1828, I -, of --, ;iu the county :U former Customers, that he I11S f

: .:, :. king his assortment jf .bV< St9;" \ 101'\. :i /lore tel the fullest confidence m of March, eighteen hundred and twentyb '- I of-. In the Slate of-, do Uerebx Mnmeiccl o.isiness at his Old Stand .

:\ 1:,: complete : .... .... ..:... ..stating.... 'iJ. 't.h"II paid to the Orficers aridrhaV declare: that I enlisted i.i here he has for sale a
: "'k'1 caroni. in basket : til\t. \\ hc1 I 1\\'C reUtt'tiiL .L ne, invisions tr ,\.t..t.. .... _u___ -..- .. the Coatineiilal 11e'lit ot very g.jodassc. &

:... Vermicelli in boxtrfGruy :! V.'f hug to reiKir.d Mie leader, that theille1PL.I bek-re mentioned ; and the pay service until; its termiinaVion ;' irwmonpeiiod 'ceceiven'y t"e IlT"S arrival tram rtet

);-':.'..".r' < ere cheese 1 i .-4 | .:. t.ngt'aving-s-wlllch are of a "IIIC':1:: shall accrue after said.ay, shall be I xxaa [SergeaiT, Corporal, Mu- Y-rk ar-dlMiilad'-'phia.

.-.A: l'atte grains*
I I drawn and txecuttd most 's in the regiment 7-4 an-l 8-4 Mpned Dufael Blankets
: : Kais.ns. Pr-mes, Alr.vjr.ds! .ire by our undti the same provisioi.s Captain Company

:.f: .:; Cl amp:lig'nerUl \I! Mcslliui:! i :t. t--1", e.rlJ'e,li.'Y}J"ltis 'U'urk, and A. STKVENSON: of the- line. And 1 ulvj declare 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney da .*

.. \ Family V'lour rti.j,! Lti i'rzcnred in any at/if. Shaker of the House of nt'pr\ enl:1ti..es. that lafterwaids received a certificate 3 bales White & Drab Fluihings $

,: :.:. )&) do )liHlfbbls f 1 \ TaKnif, iwto x lew the number of S. SMiTH, for the reward ofeiuhty dollars! to lihte and black imperial clothHa! :'

:j :' Sugar, CofiW, Salt' i'oik ; 1,1:' r 1 lules.'lie: ijuun'ihy j ot mutter valua.1 President of the StnaUpro ternpore. which I was entitled, under a i evolve ..f r.d .Tiixt Civti.neres ; satinetts, uMrted .

... ) M.i.i.i itdUcd to the of't!IC.JHqL' M :':s passed the loth of May, 1778 and fatjrints
,. ., ;. : Mackerel, JNo. 1, :'i-< No.Supericr 2. I '' llj quality: ; Aprored-htii :iy, Congress ; super super cnrnmoa: .
" ,:r-!:: GoBut 'r v, .M.d liT: gcneial .tlt! of the excIrutioi JOHN QUINCY ADAMS.TlUAMJKT And I furtner declare, that I \\ 1'; nOol1 / ; 7-3 and 4-4 Irish Hier,5Irii

" 7'" UCbt iilCiniKlli CICl ( (I IMidilhng 1'1111111: :, it is o) far the ci.tJjJe..t punhca- UJ:1'\ tT)1l-XT, ( the fifteenth day of March, lii-3, on the iH ns ; di.mties; -uper 5f..LCCY uing' 'f

'...!..:.t... iiaeon, &,-. III the IJi-ii' d States W (,rk ofa similar I It Ma28,1828.5 Peiia.on List of the Gniled flutes. lams; white, yellow r.df and irtenfl..c

't'hiJ'.lCl hshed :in ( Uritam although 1. iic!. f black and colored bomhaeitiI
Jiius I : p:" ic.it [Signed] ; /
.t:,: ijscayPcnsacoh t The Act for the relief of certain
: ; !bonntituily m supported,. are lauchuioie l Before me, -, [h'-re insert either ;lnltJ I hc-uh.i/etts and Salt bwy lli> :'
,, : f.: : 2fith. FeIIV.. 32-! '. J- 11' I surviving Officers and S lders of tbeRevolution. }
_'fl I e.X1"-i5V' ; in many ms'auces, weheliexe i the 15th l[ Justice of the I'eace or utltt.rI.fg'i..tritt', 'tel' ; *;)ool Cuton, 'sortec1.; cottorehAjaverteetis I"
. day ,
on
;"l.":.'. -- 'IH .> aim.mil to ncaVly double (liep1.it.e approved duly empowered to Hmillatt-r! oati.! ] n.tl :) Hnsn canr.brc5 cambI'C.llcts ..
.. 1828 .ofvhich: the tmvgMiiK i* L'copy '
t'I \ I \ AUKNCY. ,j ol thii I j iun>ll I. \ of May, ( >e County o .in tile r>.ite o.t -- .. ; Iarugefi.ikis: ; black Itai.incrip.! #.J
,c.:1..i'lU
: will be carried ctt'eot ui.der
r.Hu
: :
.tf. '':-'J': nut. To U.a..el"I1U mav wish i more fully! to '. .) personally alpc''i, this! day I -, ami :' ect robes ; gnigiair. itt 1"SIIUernt./' I XI'IIHl'I ,.

t ..: ,UI': tuoscnbeis i JpttH\ |I unttc'.t jnd tIe rhiraclerof xvorkund, the following regulations : -, of the said cot..ity. nbc Jill & .)'.kllt threads, Ru.,11. diapers, plJIR 2I :t .
:.:\ I ; .i. fie for the pvr.cicisc. tiul *:tlc: II! 11| Each Officer claiming under the act, 'tra'I'I :
J. I.e 'II'III'IUII tilt il' subscriptions on the ly make oath that by W I fi.:lHC'i book .nuslin1:, Madras and Btr
': .' Lands, at St. Al1 ..stint', 1\ Die !Lo- >* :Jormeily will transmit to the Secretary of the '. A' 4trt
:J. .,.:...- occupied I b yI' !. Pt-rraiiit. at the I 1 I t <:j Je.iI3g i 01n 1 .w VOLUME, peihap-iit i is Treasury a d- cbr ,ion, according! to the foregoing declaration xv:.; subscribed, i" ..miI lulkfs., coinp'y fiagi, figured cnpes < : .

1..':; .1rtll'tl'| to bU), ihat amorg a andy} of osubjects i generally reputed and believed to liive ; white: brown and mixed cOlt ::
the
".. ; :;, south west corner of puhlc: square, form hereunto ;.mne.ve.il, marked A. and
r either '.ilt-I' it.: -nbraccs the folioxxing : : been an officer in the Army of tIle Rt\'o- ialf hose.. white and mixed worsted i ,
desirou* to accompliih M'islcian
t each cominiisioucd OJficcr, ,
where I
nan .
;: person
. ; I Muii TALLS eiti.cr hcli.r luti'm therein! staled.Witness .
-
: iui-NAL At in manner as Iamb's wool do line line.i hose, l..rUd.
or sale* of real est'ite, are and I'livate according to the (form marked I ; .
,
';'E;.t!: requested purchase leava tlieir coir.nuiuU. I ititi! (. Jbuiulcii \ '' of cal life, ill .I B, accompanied by the oarh of two respectable m/ hand!, this! clay of-, white "l.l black cotton do., I lead, sand ,; ,
the I'mleii St.ie of Al1Ier in the !":
". 'j.::.: A long resitience: in the Territory of > c.l. I \\ Jlnc- '.:: as to his i identity. year back worsted do. piAin and ct S. ; ::i
UKXU.WS-u! puoi.c..tions/ For' ign and [sgnedI : '
funiiture check eJ.tlrkmg.s
i ipernnec
,
;' Florida, has enabled the suWribersio I I uhith; o.-tlu is toe! taken before justice I cuus ( ; ;.:-t
' ; Domestic.OIIOI.NAI.: -, Cicrk of the Court of the County oil clotli! *,
ttoi
) shirting bltt
become intimately' acquainteditli nearly i.f Hie Peace or oilier MagMraie, duly {
:?::;. :dl the individual claims to land, in thi KSSAYS-on littrature, n'rA'' I empuaered to, jalministcr oaths in the of -, in the 'uLte of -, do certify bomb.iaines, fancy belt ribbons,!b.a"k''f., -

__ I. h.q'Jra.\ LU), tI .% L.i, Ai.ioc.n anlijuitu that --, before whom the foregoing t'fidiivits whiter satin: and inantuado-,54In
I
(ii tl'iet.u wt'lll: to their titles, jo:allUu", I Stale ur 'Jerr.toiy in which he resides $i. .;.
And the increasing ( s, the line aris, &c. were sworn, was, at the time, mgb-4 damask brown linensuoerbiH *
: ,
quahue.s and ttLtt.ve value und authenticated under HIt seal) of the
I !"';':!A'lClHH'Tile ucatin, manne I i [Justice of the Peace, or as the cite-I L'"J
:1l'pr'atiolu..dc, for information Court of the County in ivh.ch the oath : "d \.hue, plaid and striped .. iL:
,'s, bcautaid!t:4. I may be,] and duty empowered to administer shawls and hdkrs piatedTuti .
.
tiom t-xeiyp-jrl of the United States, was administered, its bhuwu in the said f printed ; .;
'\"cl'.;::C-iN iillll; ;HAI'i -or historical I oaths. fcilk drewesnttnsthn*
___ more especially" Ies;'ectmg sugar estatus, forms. ( ih-awlsfancy | \\
has induced thfiii to beliete, tiutt an establishment -. sketcntbof thelivci i.l ouch persons, of I In testimony whereof, I have hereuntoset I :finen gloves, linen tape, Russia shU1

!} of thi. kind, could be rendered bUlla sc\e>, .13 !IIHXC become celebratei4tor I Each Officer will also transmit: his commission my hand and affixed the seal of milld drab cloth; blue &. red sirou&i lf J'

..Jlli,. useful to tnr p'.tblic. their !hcroisni, xiitue, fortitude, talciitJ, : if in existence ami :-.Ujitiibe! ir.cl ; [:r.. s ] the said court, this "day ot- I ALSO, .

": : All orders directed them, for copies ?atiiotisn., &c.I,1Tk.flAY each non-commissioned Officer, Musiciaw, I in the year 4 cases sul.lcry! assorted .t .

';:t:'4." ,. >of surveys, maps or plans as we'd as other IMTEI.LIGENCE notices ol and Private, hs: discharge \ tiich dvcuments I i (Sigcedj 9 case:? Urexvster's hats, assorted q
; new plltJl".1tiulI after being registered, will be C. ties ;
'f'r .; information, on the above subject, will be I ( ) .
furnished without delay. LtUcrs, postpaid Tin: Lu AX-comprising strictures on I returned. If the commission or discharge arm cfa Power ',Attorney. 5 trunks fine ready made clothing :

::11i.i L.: directed to the Lund .ig lltJ, ist.fil' tie Nexv-Yoik, .stage.DtutToiiT I bas bf en lost or destroyed, lie will transmit Know all Men hy these Present, that 12 trunks lalli 3' and gentlemen*'! r

.
.lUD'Ufrinc.', \' ill receive due :atte h hH1. :LECTlO'ls-with occasional I such other evidence as he may possessor I. I, -, 01'---, in the county ot I" and ho.H '
Ye&Ii.iIlS. can obtain, corroborative of :he statements Chidl'elo'HI: shoe! i' ,
JOHN I.I'.IlV1.. MAMS, I the Stite of-, do hereby constituteand I boys' ; brogafl-

'I .tl.:1;. \S'11..1.11 II. SIMMONS, 1n.l'110'J'lal1mOI'OIl, 'literary, historical -I set forth in his declaration. appoir.t -> my true and laxvful attorney I I Scat. leather, calfskins, shoe threw j jj :.J''.,.1-

.i: y RAN rib J. FATIO.Dec. .!., &.C. I If the evidence transmitted, taken in with a }po'.xtr of substitution, fui l kegs Virginia Tobacco '
.
--
-
L-4I PACING "- L 5 buses superior cavendish. do. >.
' 'T 7h, L7.44tfRcfertces LVCXTS OFTUK 1'1)11.5.I connexion with that allotded by the pu.lJ.1 me,anu in my name, 10 receive iro..i tit'

.;\ IJOITIl--origin 1 and selected ; tic reCit(!! \Vashiiigton, be found oilt- United States, the amount of pay now dueto Hani ware, \) c.

r ; factory: the amount ot two ye;'r' full ne, under the act for the relief of certain and d h'I'
pay
.;:. Cu!. Jos. M. \S bite, Together with many other miscellaneous II Pen, pocket sr't nen
fi, ; Delegate fro.n FbriHa subjects, which it would be unnecessary at the r te to which the Olficeror: Soldier surviving otBcer* and soldiers of tit1'tvolutiollapprovel115th viiivcs ; knives af ct forks, carver.

was entitled, according to Uis rank in the M.t.l 816,[1823j
Mr. Henry S. Tanner, Philadelphia, r.oxv to enumerate. v-id trays ; llciining's best needles I tt.t'
. 'f.!' Doctor Brush, Vew York, line at thy close of the war, or at the time .IS a __- in the- regiment of ta\-! rs aid rays, plated spurs. s e r
font of For
; Cernartl E. Bee, Charieston' the Having procured shall a new type of his reduction, (as the case may be,) but line of the army of the Revolution.Witness tcarpenter's tools, stioemaker'a$0'1 41C1'SLO. .
purj.ose, we occasion.-.lly present in Instance the full ofa hand and enl l this .
no exceeding -
:::'i' Vr. Jaiwes UiUiams, Baltimore. readers with such j.ov ;rty my ., stock locks, padlocki
riKcts 0.xu.
... Captain of the Continental Lines will be of in then
44 :. -.- SIC ;.s may eltst'I'01., account (if the day -, ur- I'd tongs, kettles, sauce pans 1- .
':'" transmitted to him at the pUee. of his residence Scaled nnd detivertd in > rda &c &c. '
i Madeira Wines Cordials jl.C. bfauiy ot their compos-tion; to be preserved fPensacola
: after
\ deducting therefrom the tue
:
ofSigned
pretence 3 1837 :
t :. in We conclude Dec. 7th
,:J"::: per ScnX Orleans from I outpg by i amount of any pension which he may [ ] [to s.] _
RECEIVED far
tlut
have
,
rciriaikmg df
so as xve
commniul -
. ;.; have received from the United States Ilefore me, -, a Justice of the Pece / Suoscnber hasjnst ret."ti .
Old London Particular of means, the Mirror shall bt made the 3rd day of March 1825. He in of in i. from ;_ _
:! ; 10 case superior similar siiice the county the State Elisabeth! Forsytii, 1'U
to equal to in Eu- .
Madeira ire. any periodical may, however, authorize any other person personally :1ppe.lred.lbis day't-, whose l Jeans, a very large assortment olvies. rI1.

'I. 't'.:. 10 't Old Port Wine. tu receive it fur him i in winch case, he I name is subscribed to the foregoing poxve He offers in addition toW

: ;i .; 10 Cherry Brandy, Superior. rcpe.CONDITIONS.. will execute a power of attorney, accord. I of attorneyt and acknowledged the .tock :- ti .,

( 20 Cordials, first quality assorted in ing to the annexed form, mui ked C, which same to be his act and deed Chauipaigne Wine in Baskets '

:; kr... the sases 1 doz. each. I The MIKUOR published every Saturday must be acknowledged before a Justiceof Witness my hand, this day of- each, warranted superior r Z(

i 1! 10 IeVine Ditters. for the proprietor, by Daniel Fan- the Peace, or other Magistrate, and in the year -. do. Brandy eZ.inte f l g2' ,fc. -, i

: 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. : shkxv, at JS'o. 163 William-street. It is authenticated under the seal of the Court [Signed Currants ci

3 Barrels Cherry Eounce.t printed in the royal quarto form, on fiuc of the County in the same manner as is I 1, -.Clerk of the Court of the County VonchongTeaPninei; l al

.3ft. : Half.Bbls.. Anniseecl !, Peppermint paper with bi-urgeois and brevier type. already prescribed in regard tu declarations. of -.'-, in the State of-, do hereby fresh

rid Cinnamon Cordials. Fiflj-two numbers cjirpletea volume I But no payment will be made to certify, that -, before whom the fore- Raisins very. .
; uf four hundred and sixteen i(jul I quarto such until he has made ,
For Sate byF. for any attorney, going power of attorney was acknowledged Almonds ,. .. r
rages, which an ELEGANT ENOHAVEDVlUNtTTB oath according to the annexed form D
is
a Ju tice of the Peace. Medc Claret of 1820 tl
ii H. Nisbet. TITLE-PAGE, and a copious 111dex that the pay which he tsuuthorized to rc- In testimony whereof, I have hereunto Tuscaloosa Whiskey
, I
.il Pensacoln, Dec 20. 1827. are given. ciewe is intended to enure wholly to the set my hand, and affixed the seal Geshen Butterdo. Rye _

:; ... Tne terms are FOUR DOLuBs annum.. personal benefit of the Officer or Soldier [r.. a.] of the said court, this day of Cheese

j.tJ 8\1 GAR lORS. PATABIK1N AUVANCi:. whose attorney he ;sIt -, in the year -. Beef in i bbt;. for family d __ _

iJ subscriber has for Bale, a feu pair It is forwarded by the earliest mails- is requested Unit all letters to the (D.) With an additional supply Dr _

THE unless otherwise directed to all subscribers Secretary of the Treasury the subjects, & Quee 5 _
Boilers as a sample from the Form of Affidavit to be taken by At Hard ware Glass wars
duwnfactory.and can upply any quantity residing be) mid the City of New Y nk.IT may be endorsed" oa the cover, "Kevolu* I Sold Low for Cash.
tiuiury CI imi. torneys.
F H. NISBET. :: Subscriptions received atibc j..Pe -
. to order. OlRce
Before
me,-u-, a Justice of the Peace,
: PenacoaDec! 7th, 1821-38-tf. of the Pcnsacoiu Gazette. Richard liush. in the county of- Vn the of- Pensaoola, Jan. 11th, !Q"'o. .








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