Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: 3 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: September 16, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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\-01- V. (Pnnfift .non Nomine..) PENSAGQLA; TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 16tll;1S58. (Open t4-ali parties : influenced by none.) "- Jtf_Qk, '9,7.Pl'SLlSHCD

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WJCKKLf, Bf I Lairs of the United '..*atel.J [anthorVze PUBLIC-flo. 82.] I ted States of America, in Congress j little triangle formed by a,white ker..
n-NT & TARDIPPPUblistter __ -__ An act to to be employed in licensing the Mackerel of vessels assembled, That the sum of fifteen i I chief in the pocket of a city exquisiteso

of Ike Lflt/>, o//Ae (7niefSTofc* BY A TlTl/OllITl'. Fishery.Be thousand dollars he* and ,the same is in the elevation of the arm, as

and of fht' Ttrrifon/ of Flurida. --PUBLIC-- --No. 80.] it enacted b$ the Senate and hereby, appropriated, to enable the the fi'penny-bit drops into the charity

TERMS.JOUR An act making[ appropriations for the House of Representatives of the Uni- President of the United States to employ box, and in the still superior elevation,

payment>> DOLLARS is deferred per annum FIX months, in ndvanrr, FIVE; {f support of the, Navy of the United ted States of America, in Congress suitable persons to conduct dele- when the boon amounts to a quarter;
DOLLARS will be required. States, for the tirst quarter of the year assembled, That fom and after the rations of the Choctaw, Creeks, i all which time -and tide permitting"
fly Advertisements in!'crtcd conspicuously :11O'JE one thousand eight hundred and twenty passage of this act, i shall be the dutyof Cherokees, and Chickasaw, and such j I purpose, hereafter, to notice with

for the DOLLAR first inionion for, and e\erv fJFTF fotirfi-en CENTSfor line, nine. the Collector .f the district to'' other tribes of Indians as may be disposed -. becoming reprobation. But if you
each coiitiimar.ce longer ones in pro Be it enacted by the Senate and which any vessel mty belong, on anI I to send delegations st of the I would see men of all ages and ondiI -
portion. House of Representatives nj the Uni- Mississippi for the of t tions from the ".furnaco boyer
application for that purpose, by the purpose exploring I sighing
ted States America in "
of Congress "
the of "
lauds the to the lined
license unoccupied justice
master thereof to issue a capon nay
or owner I
a m IPJ i t'a ltl'f : assembled, That, for defraying the for carrying on the mackerel United States without the limits of I to the lean and slippered panta-

3HA3KTUI.LY: RECEIVED AND NEATLY EXtCOTID expenses of the Navy for the first fishery, to such vesel, in the form the States and Territories, preparatory loon," to say nothing of moek eyedbeauty"
AT THE "GAZtTTK1'OFFICE: AT quarter of the year one thousand eight the final of said if. would them
proscribed by the at, entitled "An i to emigration you see
THE LOWEST PRICES THAT ARE CHARGEDAT hundred and nine, the following -
twenty Indians. and all themselves
one giving to
act for enrolling anl licensing shipsor up
OF THK UNIOf. ., sums be, and the same art hereby vessels to be enployed in the Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, strange phantasies" and ridiculousairs

respectively appropriated, to wit: coasting trade and fisheries, and for That the President] of the United! ; share my stand in the post office
For pay and subsistence of officers, States authorized defray but for brief hour and I
A PROCLAMATION regulating thin saw*," passed the is herebv to corner one ,
mid pay of seamen employed in the the of the ..ior% thee if
eighteenth day of February, one thousand expenses delegations ; I| promise thou canst philo
> d I Navy thousand afloat, two hundred and ninety seven hundred and ninety three; said, not exceeding the amount (it u ** I b'>pime? ," such food for merriment

<1tIC1 ii rfe : four las. and seventy eight, dol- Provided, That nil the provisions of II|. above appropriation, to he paid: out or[ j "', will cause thy lungs to crow like

said act, respecting the licensing of I j any money in the Tieisury, uui "inniiclecr." One of the first things,
For pay of superintendents, navalconstmctorsund ships or vessels for (he coasting trade otherwise appropriated. I Lot iced from my aforesaid stand,
all the civil establishment
and fisheries, shaH) be deemed and I Approved-May 24th. 1S2S.I was the vast advantage the proprie'oioolJip *
the yards and stations fourteen '
at I
thousand ...fcttn to bo applicable to i licenses: and I of a box gives tn ita possessor,
seven hupcirgp arv sevrnty \ [PUBLIC-No. 8\.1: ]
to vessels licensed tor carrying on the "ever those poor devils, whose "pi lIe!
: 1 live dollars. |: An act further to inderrn f the
mackerel fhhery.Appro.'ed24th. I :,t' they of love or glory, lie "cheekjile"
For provisions, one hundred and I and 'nderwriters f-t' tie ,i Ui;,Mi'i' ship
May 1S2S. f l by \\ th accounts current, c'stites -
thousand I'iii n, and her c.Tgo. ;
By the President of the United twenty six two hundred and I ,
fifty dollars. [FUIHICO. 85.] i Lie it enacted by the Senate andIfvusr I:: upon the state of the nation;

States of America For vessels hundred I \n net authorizing the Legislative Coun : of! llvpresmiatixt.;* of ihe United ')"r not I pariicul trY! on aCt Olnr'of
repairs one I cil of the Territory of Michigan, totakr I States of AjTiirira in Mif f trilities it afl rrl3 him in obtaining
WHERKVS by an act of the Con- and eighteen thousand bcven hundredand charge of School Lands in said Terri Tit these his i l letters, :ind in preserving them
it be paid to Op-
dollars I
of the United States of the fifty tory.
gress seventh I f.lIltmnmation but l
win RUI.f>rt Hal 1 of th'' British by reason of
of January one thousand For medicines, surgical instru- I Be it enacted by the Senate and owner -
and six thou- House oj Representatives the Uni- :hip: Union, and assignee of 'lie 111.' :rniputtry superiority it imparts
hundred and twenty tour, entitled ments, hospital stores, ; of to .. Listen '*
underwriters staid r.i.iMicri : contents
"An act concerning discriminating sand seven hundred and fifty dollars. ttd States of America, in Congress on shiip "
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O'siler'l'l"r. cries the
out orallY money :n tie TcMiry proprietor,
duties of and import it is For ordnance and ordnance stores, assembled, That the Governor and cargo >
tonnage :h.' I''t"r-i- > s him in
not otherwise appiopii.Med, the i gazing upon
that evidence twelve thousand five hundred dollars. Legislative Council of the Territory
provided, satisfactory ": ,
upon : \6J. nd admirationwill
For and of of be and hereby .' sum oft'.veiity three thonv.ndfour t IM Pdred -
Michigan they
being given to the President of repairing improvements are .
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}nd f-ur dollars ttii i .VC" gjodnoss, sir, to see
six thousand authorized to make such laws and seventy in
the United States by the Government navy yards, twenty two regulations wti.
the "M e letters in of
satisfaction of the claim of the ; any your
hundred and dollars. as they shall deem
fifty most
of Nation that "
any no fire iV ? asks ther'mt's
:- ooubtingly
and underv/ntCM tlic;
discriminating duties of or For arrearages prior to one thousand i expedient, to protect from injury and! for c.ip-I
tonnage : Jppl cant. Reader
tore and dehtruction of the slid perchance
hundred and nine i waste, section numbered sixteen in ship k
ICed within eight twenty ,
impost are imposed .
or lht u in. :
Union and her taken and) burnt
the of the said Nation three thousand seven hundred and fifty i ; said Territory, reserved in each cargo,
ports upon vessels cup of the steamboats
b} the American ship of War Peacock numerous which
dollars. Township for the schools
support I
belonging wholly to citizens of
rive its
the United States, or upon merchandize For contingent expenses for one therein ; and to provide! by law, for after the period fixed, by theTreaty : watersdidst thou observethe
stride 'of
of Ghent fur thu termination consequential a cabin
the produce or manufacturethereof thousand eight hundred and twenty leasing the same, for any term, not exceeding ; .
of hostilities passenger carrying in one hand a'lit.
I between the United
nine the items enumerated tour in such
in the the embracing years, manner
imported same
Stales and tIp will-o-wisp, and with the other
Great Britain
and her de-
President is thereby authorized to issue for that object in the act of second: of to render them productive, and most
I twirling a ponderous watch seal)
4" his Proclamation, declaring that March, one thousand eight hundredand conducive to the objects for which pendencies.Approved\1-ty' oFI,. ICTO. times relinfi hpfl in o.rAa.- -....--,-at-.-
the foreign discriminating duties of twenty"seven, sixty thousand dol- they were desigurd.Approvedzit. --- -- the elevation of his cigar >-- A.-didst
tonnage and impost within the United i I il rs. Mnv, 928. thou ever compare his stride, with thonoiseless
States, are, and shall be, suspended For contingent expenses, not enu- [PUBLIC-No. 8<>.] :M1SCELLAXY.From tread and depreciating look,
merated for one thousand eight hun- An act in: appropriations for the Military of the humble
and discontinued], so far as respects; more deck passenger T
Service of the Lniled States, for the Cincinnati Chronicle.Tali's .
the vessels of the said Nation, and the dred and twenty nine, one thousandtwo the first of the thousand -IList thou ever marked the one, as
quarter year
.c merchandize of its produce and mar hundred and fifty dollars. eight hundred and twenty nine. of the Post Office. he orders his brandy sling, and other

=Io' nufacture, imported into the United For pay and subsistence of the Marine Be it enacted by the Senate and I am one of those who delight; in almost supplicates his glass of whiskey .

A1 States in the same ; the said suspension Corps, thirty thousand five hun- House of IleJrescntatites oft/Ie Uni- seeing, (being naturally inquisitive -the liruiuh'y toss of ihc first, as
g. to take effect from the time of dred and ninety four dollars. cd States oj Amerita, in Congress lather tilde in being seen ; whether ho quaffs his beverage; and the lowly

' such notification being given to the For clothing for the same, seven assembled, That the following sums my desire for passing unnoticed is to heiul ot the l.SI, as ho drinks his

\I. President of the United States, and thousand one hundred and ninety one be, and the same are hereby appropriated be attributed to a natural timidity of grog ? If thou hast seen, heald,and

11 to continue so long as the reciprocal dollars, and twenty five cents. I for the Military Service of the disposition; or to the plain deeding ofa 'Io.t-rved all this, gentle reader, ind
Jric, exemption vessels belonging to citizens For fuel for the same, tree thou- I United States, fur the first quarter of certain cherry-framed mirror (om hast also) noted .the assldousness of

?t. of the United States, and merchandize sand and forty nine dollars. the year one thousand eight hundredand story in ht'ight-price, two dollars) the steward; as he wars upon the one,

ed as aforesaid, thereon !laden, For contingencies for the same, twenty nine, to wit : which is at present numbered :tmoiior mill his; hare endurance of the Qhtr,

I't.. shall be continued, and no longer. three thousand three hundred and For pay of the Army, and pay and my worldly goods and chattels, I skill then you know the ho-ght, depth, and

And, whereas, satisfactory evidence seventy five dollars. I subsistence of the Officers, two I 1-un- leave it to those bettor skilled in indue breadth of our degr
ttoU; pe has been received by me, from For contingencies additional to the I dred and sixty four thousand and seventy tive philosophy, to determine ; but be Thinking of tin*, th,; other day, my

and His Britannic Majesty, as King of Hanover same, ono hundred and twenty five six dollars. this as it may, there can be no doubtof pride Jot the butter of ray wasted fi-

,uliet thmusjh I he Right! Honorable dollars. For forage for officers, ten thou- the fact above stated. Iii furtherance nances. I wilt have a box, said I ;

s 1.1 iet' Charles Richard Vaug: hanhis Envoy For military stores for the same, sand and thirty two dollars. of this curious disposition of mine, but jd.jj, alas I r'puld, not get, the

r u, Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary seven hundred and fifty dollars. For clothing of officer's servants, I generally frequent the most public. better of I'1.? post master, and s>o here

'b1at't} that vessels wholly belonging For medicines and hospital stores i four thousand nine hundred and forty places, where I have ample opportu-' I 1 am as boxltfiS: as ever. But to,re-

kind to citizens of the United Statesor for the same, five hundred and ninetytwo two dollars. tries for observation ; and whore a turn-I have :.seen a fellow who never

r. st rt' merchandize, the produce or manu- dollars and twenty five cents. For the recruiting service, nine ,man both cigarless and canele, may ; received a letter by the post in his
bluff thousand dollar reasonably hope. to pass unnoticed, if life, manifest the utmost impatienceto
vessels 11e' Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, I! For the contingent expenses of the not unknown. But of all the places reach the pigeon hole. Sray that

tiY tttroitieg1,> entering any Hanoverian port, subject That the sums heroin appropriatedshall recruiting service, four thousand, dol to be found in this wide-spread city young man in bis course I would as
t ,' to the payment ot; higher duties be paid out of any money in the. lars. of ours, the Post Office, on the arri- soon attempt to stay the Ohio's flood,

Ids;'rte' of tonnage or impost, than are levied Treasury, not otherwise appropriated For the Subsistence ,Department val and distribution of the mails, for when she is bearing on her bosom' the
on Hanoverian ships, or merchandize, but that no part of the same shall fifty four thousand two hundred dol this purpose, stands pre-eminent. On unearthed forest trees..'kHalIoa'thereare

the product or manufacture of the United be drawn from the Treasury before lars. such occasions I take my stand in the all the mails in 1"aU, sir"r'
I d1D biutrs in such vessels the first of January one thousand north-west of the allotted letters for t"_" "
imported I : For the Purchasing Department corner space any me none,
fow.ilerl'for. I, JOHN QUINCT eight hundred and t twenty nine.A. forty four thousand five kindred and to the applicants for letters, ana drily responds the Post Master.

l1 ng+ boott. ADAM, Piesident of the United STEVENSON, ninety four dollars and ttirty seven looking down the dim vista," make Strange," says theyeuth-"stranbge !"
Speaker of the House of .
States of America, do hereby dean SMITH Representatives.S. cents. such observations on the various echo the bye-MMuders-pasing strange

; cbie HI.C proclaim: that so much President of the, Senate For the Medical Department six ** comers and gocrs" as suit the fancy thought I. He has neither a very re-i
nre&i of the seven.l acts imposing duties 24th pro tempore. thousand dollars. of the moment; always mindful, however markable memory nor a prolific invention. .

,. on the tonnage< ol ships and vessels Approved JOHN -QUINCY May ADAMS., 1828. For the Quarter Master General's not to suffer any obnoxious remarks I have heard him say the

and on goods, wares, and merchandize Department, eighty five thoisand two I of mine to rise above an inaudible same thing twenty times, '* by this

cJ.c imported into the United [Puntie-No. 81.] hundred and twenty dollars. mutter ; for in this age of light !"-,but hark, another effort at

.d rv tCl States,as imposed a discriminating An act making appropriations for the For the Military Academy at West swords and pistols, of rat-traps and distinction" If JMr.- has any

dee s, f duty of tomrigc, between the vessels payment of the Revolutionary and Point, three thousand dollars. pop-guns, one cannot safely think thing in the office, you may hand it
p; e of the Kingdom] of Hanover, and vessels other Pensioners of the United States, For the contingencies of dio Army, aloud, unless he chance to think to me"-" eighty seven cents postage -

..ndc1I of the United States, and between for thousand the first eight quarter hundred of the and year one two thousand five hundred dollars, politely Diogenes-(I envy that ,"_" Oh 1 w.!! leave his letters,

; goods imported into the United nine. twenty- For the National Armories, ninety man !) could think and even say what if you !please, I only want his p)1 ers,"

15, V tt States, vessels of the Kingdomof Be it enacted by the Senate and thousand dollars. he pleased without being called to an not a sous in his pocket thought I-?

Hanover, and vessels of the United House of Representatives of the Uni For the current expenses of the account ; but in these enlighteneddays now that vas all show ; like a new

4 States are suspended and discontin ted States. of America, in Congress Ordnance Service, sixteen thousandtwo if a modern Diogenes should drop at the theatre, it was merely

ei'ocJ, p ued, su far as the same respect the assembled That the following sums hundred and fifty dollars. ask Mr. Alexander the shoe-black, to got tip for. effect. In steps a soldier .
n I'' produce the saidoI. from him and the with measured tread crowds
Groce: or manufacture of be and For Armament of new fortifications move between sun, ,
they are hereby, respectively
1til.. Kingdom of Hanover, the said suspension appropriated for the objects follow- twenty five thousand dollars, without adding that all powerfulsesame into his pockets, perhaps his dismissal
) to take effect this day, and to ing, to wit : Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, if you, please, sir," I would from the service, and struts away.,
. oUlel Continue the the continued soundness of a la mode le grand t
t. henceforward so long as That the sums herein appropriated, not ensure monarque.
reciprocal exemption of the vessels of For the Pensions of the Revolutionary shall be paid out of any money in the his cranium, though it be as thick as Next enters a bustling merchant, who,

20, lie Um'cd! States, and of the merchandize Pensioners of the United Treasury, not otherwise appropriated Person's. -no, not for ninety-nine per with an air that seems _to say, "gad-
laden therein, as aforesaid, States, two hundred thousand dollars. ; but that no part of the same centum on the sum insured togetherwith : zooks I'm worth a plum !" deposits
shall be continued in the ports of the For half pay pensions to widows shall be drawn from the Treasury one dollar for the policyallwell : iu his hat perhaps a notice of a

Kingdom of Hanover. and orphans, three thousand dollars. before the first of J anUill'y, one thou- and truly told-so" much for mo- debtor's failure, or perhaps, U Sir

Given under my hand, at the Cityof For the invalid and half pay pen- sand eight hundred and'twenty nine. dern improvements-Oh for the daysof I take the liberty to inform you, that

Washington, this first day of sioners, seventy five thousand dollars. Approved-24th Mat, 1S28. Grecian simplicity 1 But to return. your nute, &.c. hope it will be conve-

July, in the Year of our Lord, Sec. 2. And. be it further enacted, [PUBLIC-No. 87.] There is not, perhaps, in this wide nient, &c." I never had the good or

cue thousand:: eight hundred and That the sums herein appropriated, An act making an appropriation to enable world, a place where men displaymore ill fortune to see' a thunder storm at

twenty eight, and the fifty secondof shall be paid out of any money in the I the President of the United States to vanity, I will also say hypocrisy, sea ; but I have seen the portentous
tfDrT the Independence of the United Treasury, not otherwise appropriated; : defhtv the expenses: of dalegations of than at the Post Office. Vanity is phiz of a politician/.as.be took! his,
States of I the Choctaw, Creek, Cherokee, and be the mind of budget political thunder front
oeepLs but that no part the same shall be said to indigenous' to daily
JOHN QUINCY A DA.I drawn from the Treasury before the I to Chickasaw explore: ,the and country other tribes West of Indians of the, I every man, indeed like a subtle and the office ; aud on such'Occasions, [

'- B Y the President. first of January one thousand' eight' Mississippi.Be ( expensive fluid, it pervades his uniformly exclaimed, Oli,Lord, we

B. H. CLAY, hundred and twenty niue. it enacted by the Senate and : every action ; for instance, it may be shall all perish!" A seaman would

Secretary of State. ApFro'.cd..24th: May, 1828. (Home of flepretentativt* oftht Uni !' diswraed'fr. tbo collection of tho" neat, perhaps cry, bear up f-brace- the

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"Tile understanding [yet had little effect fcr want of rn- ply themselres, if not stek out forei
4:1&P :\ unsealed ta nd is in fzct1t ver' 5o.n1. and The markets. ;fi
would have sent it couragenie'nt patronage.
$ ; mainsail 1-stay the top gallmt &c. Henry I the soil, is softened,

$: II 1tveMeent bright J joyous school-I rather than have closed it with I like red fertile, hrCOllstant legislatures of the different States .
At length. i improved, and rcnJ i consider this withJ By the arrival at Philadelphia; nf
girlthoughtlessly crowd into h-r reticule that hideous emblem. cultivation, hould subject President tb t
brig Capt. Davis .
and in
: the produce of a mother's sleep with that desperate resolution which I learniig and tlnnkmg! greater rnrnesttioss, and should rot from 'AJ.t1Ira it appears that I the H oya ,.

mm less mid herplaymates. to know tire worst, she broke that is, by the principle, that the prc- in solemn citjz-nc ,
night, trip away to join prompts 5 it becomes l-rd and sterile ly : awhile ct upon) ofHogota. assembly, on th j
; .-I have seen a convict the seal. To red its contents was I sotf and libera eduatiou j; motion of literature ape taste cannot 13th of June, declared Holivar suprem! i.
ed lover" bound away to his desolate but the work of a irroment. ;The letter negli ence. A by religiousindrnoralSemimetristhe I h-5 primary objects of political institutions. civil, tlliaryaJ\d ecclesiastical Goveroo!

Ld.Jl11 room and farthing candle to read dropt from her hands. Her child I 1 c therefore; glided ..most: invaluable They shooM feel that the of Colombia, with/u/f and supreme POwer .
do whatever should
: perhaps, his dismissal or perhaps, a had Mien! down !-but she he'eded I ; boon that i country can con r.incation! of youthon which the welfare to public good. cem mete for tb

J 1t::" letter of condolence from the husbandof I not its cries. She betrayed no con- h.-Inourown country and destiny of this State depend The citizens of Valencia, capital of

L4 hh .'.15\1 u.-- (...'n < .innQnQQ, of ***" nts, either bywor.17 f roiilieryo attention. flu
';; r' quond.Yft t. : jv einj eth.lt"dtlOn111 contribute I}is' n primary object of their province of Carabobo. on the 15.b Qf
. .t:;; ---- .J --, x la.vQ accn a J"'tpUtJ) I JO Jk, 'or'l otion- but her'very universal undoubted fact that a teacher I ly made similar declaration.(7n ja
j It is
beauty ask in vain for letters from I I attitudtt attested her irreparable bereavement more thai; any thing else to stay an the 18th of July) the cifl&
serious and thorough a tcde.
1 rr;; : I marked the pomin lips just I I the powerful currents of national needs as pre. siastical vfu'thorities, heads of familjea
divine &Jsd
t- : as they parted from the twin rows I had raised her child and was endeavoring I j jealousy rtJsh1r.g' garnlt paration Tor his practice, as a and, principal proprietors, lflCaaCaiiifl ai,;

. ..,..\ ;t. of pearl," the half smothered sigh, to 500th it, when, with a 'j from the North arid South ; to combine or lawyer, or physician for his ; ilar manner declared his excellency

-. .lr. nod the shaw, -pitiful fellow !"- sigh which betokened ** woe without I I the enerefes of so great a nation, education is surely of as great public: President Liberator, (Bolivar) IUPreme
(Governor of the ttepubuc, with fullers
,. .:r :I drew out my pencil in order tcfr4 ) parallel," she'turned to thack tno for 1 occupying an inraense Territory, in utility, as arty Of the professionswhich in all the affairs p0w.
-t..J it. 'I" Tact .of.Government.bre.ogafliZe
.:, ; : write an obituary notice ; but as she my attention, 'I started. I one common cause ; to strengthen 1 are dependent tti I and preserve the credit of the

.!q.: turned, I perceived a tear glistening .w !: have seen -mothrr weeping: the ties, and ccnfirrn the pledges, of the standard of these professions will Republic and establish its credit at home

. .: in her eye ; it spoke of purposed I over the last of her children. i j mutual frieinshlp and harmony be raised, in proportion to the general I and abroad. '

..'. .'. .l.-: mercy.I' 'I'}lIn' k S I to myself I I I have seen a man look on, as the: I'which arise fr.m our history, our institutions i improvements in education. The drctaratfcn of some of the citts

: f : had better his earth the 10 __ was accompanied with an account cube
: cornpnse epitkalamium. was-rpttliug on the coffin of i $ andour pr spects. causes that induced the measures

i 1 :: Next evening on repairing\ to last of his and I: live marked noticed
r my rice ; I What, then can be of greater moment above-that .Oojrota.the Capital oT Co.

'1.;Il,: {: Stand I: perceived the ;identical female his countenance, as he turned from for an ?go of public tranquility lombia, is very explicit, and after leUing

:. : _u are there any' letters for _- *- ?" the spot, with the bitter convictionthat i i mid domestic happiness, than to improve forth existing evils it states "a tret

: 1'J'i:: she asked, with as much earnestness, he now stood *l lc n e and friendless: and difuse the means of educa- avoid their continuance, and a belietX'jt
: i; ;{::'w though with less confidence than on in the worldiii've been familiar 1 tion.V hjt\not'h.wr )y ofimitation I II the"to consult supreme the law welfare of the of land the,"people-and il'

1""' Jf r the preceding evening uyes"jhereyes with woe and wretchedness. But I than tho example of our fathers; in the the case required extreme rpracdicj tint

.i&t1. brightened" twenty-five cents never no, never! have 1 scow. a cowi I early ages of\ew England, who, re- hence solemnly professing a rectitude or

r.;4' postage"-down a dollar-up tenance which betokened such perfectdesolation lying upon the sound principle, that fr.terrTion.it recals the powers of the DC .

'.ttf: .. went the letter and away went the The blight of a mental 1 the njnintainaire of good literature fitities to Ocana, Sec.

'Jf' If girl I, much quicker than she came. sirocco was there. On every lineament tended most t> the advancement of 'n. 'The'first act Bolivar tas 'berq de.

' ;:'-1"$r: Miss, your change but no Miss .was' writteu, my'husbaud is:E the fiorishing state of societies and :I Frcm the New England Wetkly tiJ.I clare war against Peru. There is said( t,

!)' :/ }; : was there to receive it. Strange !" dead thy child is fatherless 1" republics, sectred by law, a hundred I Yankee Lyrics. be nes some l h"c'een dispute Peru with and respect Btlivia. to. bound .

f.r.I': p ; muttered the post master, after reexamining HarI'it been that boisterous i'iefso.: the of NO. i. 0.rtcei,.
: sixty blessings that Peruvian
years ago, lug intelligence a force
;* the There i is, in famous Yankee l.md bad
' dollar and finding i it common oil such ocrasiOLls I coul
I instruct for all their 'chil entered the latter republic, Bolivar
public A class of inen.jcdp'cl tin pd! ::4!"of:;: genuine. Now I would have freely have borne it ; but I was altogether dren ; and appropriated a considerable A shrewd! sarcastic band following proclamation. ,

.i' : = : given my aforesaid mirror, nay I I I unprepared for such deep but silent of their means for tliflt purpose Ofbusv 'l1c iers-! j Proclamation rf Simon lo/i,zr to .

1i;:f:, would nov' hypothecate all the furniture soi row. I retired to my corner as part of pojulrti dl.\.ntl0n. 'L buy 'Iley scum "tnr xx'unujr, iinu
in this of mine.for twice its she I remained through. I Fellow Soldiers.-The perfidy
: L room slowly departed-there knew thr.t the diffusion of of j
: equal gen Vending thrir ware; tin pnts. tin pane, Government of Peru _
; has
t pisec1 all liajji
"f" ; appraised value, if would only musing on the sceno, until I was .
: b 1 \ eral knowledge, through the mass of Tin ovens, dipper wa,.h-bowls, cans. I and hrokcn all the lights) ut'the _
:. :. :::,t act thus strangely! on receiving a let roused by all the letters in box \u.n I I I rlw I people, is more powerful in awakening Tin ,,hi..HIt'?,'kt'ulcs. or to [,oil o&stew, Eoiivia and Colombia. After toe citizeoi tboun4 of __ __

:. ,..;.tt.::1 ter from me. J don't kt-ow )how, it is;, I was rous.M!-the fellow had; escaped, I i! energies and liberal ideas, Tin calleuiters tin nutmeg graters, outrages suffered by heroic patience, we
' ; Mr. Editor, but of Ictc, 1 have or I should have annihilated; him on i,i and in preparing for a great ct istro-I j I 'lin warming. pla! :!er!, for y war fish and (if. I have been obliged! to repel injusfoe whs'

/: ;: :; strangely suspected thar she docs not tho for his sicreligious interrup ten.: force. The Peruvian treopt have tufere'i
tr spot J I phe, than the exertions of inrli\'i{ !a.<* :j I In short the centre of Bolifia, without
': take them out of the 'iIi{ :.> all I tion. 'I loft the office reader a preyiooj
!'l post gentle f
k within
who If l'
.,".. I I even of the greatest talents Jj'iC you *> declaration of war, nnd without
; :' post 1 paid as they I'J".r''f. are-perhaps even I much more abruptly than \ no'vleaveihco concentrated 'within themselves, and j :i|1 Hi- cart, j; Ibr it. Such abominable conduct serves came to

i. io1t'; .:' at this vTy moment some of the ,I hoping that the next mail may monopolized) ail the information: : -I, Awl ?sse upnn the fin. demonstrate to us what e must expect froa

;., ; clerks in the post otticc department I contain intelligence pleasing to us all. which their affords. With the Winch cutter: there I ISc a Government whicn does not recrjjnrse the
age blight and fair I of nations
: ih ? themselves with tlwse f a'u nor tie gratitu'ie! which
; are regaling I 11
: Front the Baltimore American. early institution of the schools of New Therr i is no danger in d ving I due to friends and brothers. To refer
:.ld.PI.r: : :/ "precious-delectable morceaus. It Education. I f England, the foundation of her liber You, to go off without bu'in t the catalogue of the crimes of the Permian,

; ;; these hues should ml et hor eye, they C jvrrnmcnt would he
: too much
; There is excellent article in tho I II I tics was laio. and wtrould
,.':,r ti.:iti:; may perhaps, work a. -rc orrn.ttllJJ1. ;I I II One of these cubing, J keen eyed, gentry II not hear itto::hout a loud cry of it-

:: '\: ,:"I But I have soen some apply for letters I I the North American Ilevi&w.ertforcintj !! Tliu cause (tins produced; the samo St ppM .1* a tavern in the 'ollnlrv- ,, vene, but I do not wish! to excite your in. .'

'l;*i;'..*; with a fjltering voice nnd quivering !I the necessity (fest.l iis :illg pnldio institutions t effect in oilier. countries. What fuel Just 'leftm uihl, di;mfion, nor to renew the pain of jour tovunds.
i iI Au l c.illM for bitters: fir himself of \ I invite
'I r' for ofprciiuinaryeducation : ,nourished you only lo arousf a.
& I I have the I purposes thr dime of liberty in tliebreasts
: ,;. lip ; seen big teardrop j I.j
And f'xUrr these
Iii3 liorsrIhu
., gaiut wretch, who Itlr,' dy. hue
i that i if such should
a ore- the
in their as they 1 silently I () modern Grecians.boforc cI.HIf'| violated the soul
Jt eyes ; I our worthy wight of the flz.phlk. and jet
4i1 '. and sorrowfuily turned away from tit;. code the s'.udy of the professions.! 'Fh r'j j,it burst out into general l confli ration.I' I. InfonnM tic; landlord, t'sat his purse was I II iutpnd to profane the bwsoia of the m* ; t'

a..' following is an extract from the rc.I Tl is. of low, thrr of heroes. Let the ,
;:.' '' :: stand, they 'approached! but a fc'\V I m-itJer; rocenl observation, that I I Colombians of'
. 'h.a';' with !I mal Ks introductory to tho i-i.-.oi-.sHsr I 1'1gc numbers of Iiiijii-iniudcd Gre- "Q--: ; rt r;..y. f :i? urr .voi Sir, and so the South or, :- let then fir to tin
;.t"i:1: : moments before lively lioj> I. : : I
: ;
I I wi-.lj YU I'.I lake your py I IiUSolUctlHn"'lII fr<*ntiera .of. Peru, and wait there the hoar
:,:'P\';: Perhaps anxiety for a father, m'JtI vjr, II I I The moral I initnnncc of individuals ,, rrins, nffcr tho bloody co.ntost of EuI mil \I..H'. ufrf'uiblltlon.tv. presence .;

...: !.i a sister, or a brother's safi-t\* brought I II I decreases propers:ionably to the : UL'-J I I i ')flP .ajjninst the po\vc of Napoleons :1 J will he the token of Conibxi.Uo amang jw

..:.f''sr:' 1 thclii to the office. Perhaps tiieir I I I[ mentatio:: number.. A nu Iiterul !. btid} cnnllo a fortupato issun, 'er C Now* Bonince stippos'd himself a wn
Jf., ,.:.".'f..r JOnunes ui m\n uaypliic-a i... .. iH'CD I I PU"u u<."" ; 'J ...' ". .. olle of tit(I S'HMI i in the Italian and Grrrn: nni- : Andvin! h(: siitv llit hi vas ctck'tJ7 i Bolivar.]

'I', '. f" rashly} J periled on a single casts ;..r-i! true causes of National; prosperity, I! \'e.-n J J :,,h.iu tio cor.-h "r knjw- U'a" not dispiiitcd 6at pftick'd I

',;;;i :.:'.-. they arc now anxiously} aM'Hitipj; l ioresult. I when: existing in unison with frngaU Icupoto t htJ sown in the 'new schools Pr rntIr&', alll hi. .uwSp.r5 1(1(1! The crimes which have given rise lo lii.
? I Quotli I hn to hiin<;cltj; ''I am not to declaration of .
H .j I apt brag war liy Colombia. yu'nrfthe ,
and I industry
*.'; ; : but without tJ e-e a I H o-jtrlilivtied I I.in various parts of their Ti Sister vF;
true, Republic nf
,".j' I I Peru ire. 9ccord ito
:, .:. 1 I remember, on Gnu ocraicn, to lies it RiinihiLitcs tint moral l force, own coif..,!rv, the friiils of which the Cut t :' tick a 1." 1'11""J" the editor ofth Crtrth.ajena l tzeUeo 1 '

t.;:i : '; have seen a female approaching; the which is and itJst Lo tho-iisi> c'fpop-j| i, riit) rrfnr Turk; did not forcsoe. TIPsriMtosi Dy; innkii't; fnn "this s.itnc Yankee! chap," (i .seiiou and, manifold: character. Be u.

:',; !.f:; office leading a little child. .Slie soon ular (0Ilawlils.. Rome( anti inort j; Jo'" ,.-il fortheililFu!I "ioii of I.UJrH\'. "\\*.II ujy good friend f' numerates them in. the' foHjwin orJcr-- "
f. -.I gained the I door and] I hurriivi Grecian I i that IT RRV ei' d'fhiJ The atrocious vtiempt to induce a cor- _
'Z";:: '" fo the especially the ; Republics, I !Jo'lu'e: wa. vljir.vii in th,3 sir 18:0, } ufiair iou of the
tioili.3omp Culoinbian
: .i:; pigeon-hole. She suddenly I disregarded this principle arid I' whop 1 Ctricih J antty tc turn their
p.ii.-scd their
I ; uiiivors'tv of Greece, I 1 i ii ta'\f ;iy piv i ill Wt nProvidtd -, "fins against their mother c coiinlrj tit \

.. .;I,!::., and apparently. drew UilcJ1;, ap- crowded poijul.ilion )became.qucntly COUSC-i I b t'1!Mii ',I) tloari; h.i un.It'r, t lin .iiitliit-nr._..... k1)ttlIc .,-' 'I I t'nt! ._\r.u\c cot what fnits I Ii" claim ot'Peru to dOlOlUbn UYf"r fhue Ote .
. -
,: '':', pro chcJ! tnuikmij se! riugft possibly I a great cnl-unity to (lieu.', ol'i: vonnj-men who )11 IIIH'en! ri.j.ritni p : .. l diti')' "_ I departments af Cols.n.bia, and !her enJe; : ';:

. -f;, I bo incommoded J by the 1 crowd; 1 itliici, fit various times, they ;itt 'iutitf '.t'I":': the ,rc.lur: cried f "'Ing to uuirc them to her Territory I 17f
' :? mns h"-IItI'H,. fh
I prohibiting .
: 't but no was near her. It t d( to rid I rlHju .ch'cs' Uo .- ; CulomhiAn aJr.a;iadcr bI
person was by eticournirinjHtbf (! but ti1 irt'( stl.! I f
,..:J < I ) e p--.verof liberal \VcII br;: r ';s ir.1 at..> ;' of good tin I from displaying over !hi.* resilience the fJ: Jl'4p
'1 :,. that reluctance so natural to nil wlltn surplus of tiie people to suck a I ideas! ;, ;i.indlin';; .; in iljr? hearts of t I 1'noc.:'._ I I of hi country, a banner which sn often W j \ ..

:.; J'. about to receive illl(>jji"I.uc'ili.1J new home in diuVrent climes of IvU- I I I r: iro'jie, an.j railing: oxaspriaiod f.i) '-o.irs1 flir .T. ":'\1'1I.1H cicI1 I the Peruvians to conqueM. na\;' ;, wirYo t 'tl
'\\tt. ",:,.;. nny prove highly tlistres intr. Site roe) Asia, and Africa. But tho oxtwriuirn'ion I re to ;uins, :i'niiiii.i I I fln! > -_,i Hi*.iar. :i".c'j ;:1.1 le: shaiXFor '', 4; out the least ;ro\ociiKin, and without ji? -t4j'..
.i- imr.Hiqurrcd i
'.'":....j:: partly turned her Inad and I s.i\v: tlt.it of an evil can never beelfiJCtCil irrrcs of Napoleon' 1 1 An' ::' !n ::; II ;.1'H1 ;_:1/11. ';I.. !; prr\ioii4ilecarnrioM( ')1W4r. invaded R-jJ '
i It: ,vas t :.i' I via, the friend '
.: ; fIr. and anv! of Colombia. lIar- .
I ,
t wonderfully agitated,-bur it by iT'e.iscrrs" of temporary I with reason thr.t! he looked R111 e
..S. with an oit. i'rurrH'.f, ;!ni! 11'f'n-.t; gtie. iiii? commenced hostilities against an i icommonwealth iufhi ;
.. 'r-k'...: was only momentary,-for, bj one ofthose benefit. Military l Torco, whori all olhir I f'yo of jnlonsy upon the nnmeroiif "\ e-s. hpro's a p ur ojVan'Jle moulds i which i* i"phtt.1! to 1iI ']a

"$J:4. eHortswliich wo generally supposed means prove ineffectual, has generally iterary institutions of G ermany. i Tire "lJ tit yot;, without Cjrtion!" U. I" Liberator otboth Colombia! and Pent r c1 fl

..I' ;t ,'a to belong exclusively to our takml the place ff moral 't force, I They iVere moio d uigorous to him -. -.-.--------- -- -------- 1 iti we institution?, its natural pr"rMd. <_ .
'-1' sex, she so ftr conquered her emotion and tcrmiinted in licentious than I ranee, and the honor of beniin* his; j'Sf
:t' despotism j military YOR
Several l{! :
,t" ..1;:. array. of I OilS name fn .nitinp! in their /j
..0..., AS to ask-if there were any (letters for ; an infallible sigh of moral I them sunk, in consequence of the innovation ---.-=== -_ -- I prints the Republic Colombia her irlJilfol J':

,. .' Mrs. Percival. There 1 was almost I a bility and the entire loss of frt de"j which his policy led him to From Hit tHimore GaJ" !e. I den, Iier armv. and rrerv. thing J_

breathless pauso. A letter for Mrs. Jt U a most useful study to i \' force upon them, while those which Commercial y important jrcm Per?*.- I with the nation ; t i"privinj( ; the Crllomu12l' .r..-_ In
1 Percivdl. She sprang forward. Lruo the origin oi ssiirli evils: ns have survived; them kept alive the The following letter, from an American army hr th.3 iudi-immirs wiiich ha>l be,: ar
-t- 41 For Mrs. Percival I princi- of inteTliifen'ce and rusher tab'iHtv fraiiteii; '"> IJt' soldi.'i-. In n-compense f*. aI
Mary !
been at Lmij
prejudicial \
repeated tu.cpIJLL ; of all plo of resistance
I i iw those tlc bloo.i Wfor tI
) the cautious disastrous H not so )atft advices previously I u-jilv-h; ; their countoroen Uad
_I. Postmaster. Ob, linx's and countries, in order to avertthum timp whan armies were routed, when received from the same I the liherft-s. of Peru, and tbcrehj '* tI.
no !-Ict me sefduo'! : It is fiom How We quarter I.'f' h JrI,
not our own. accuratelythe courts vvrro struck with not seen anv other letters bv a:: J oftreaties.Such .
mine !-But look again for Mrs. Julia I political!; forms & Governments of) despair. Whoever is perplexityand the ship St.r at Philadelphia, by which a ':rtfsiie of infractions an'1 dz
Percival." h acquaintedwith trocitie-5, the editor ndiiv, have rendtftus >' 'j
Nothing for Mrs. Julia tho ancient States known the ; conveyance tin* reached u$ an1 whilewe
were to \ihu spirit of German ; alive .
--- ,1IJctjnn..., know to cur slllr rin"*. and nothin'B ]
tf" Percival, was the chilting reply. I fr.imcrsofthc Constitution oftho U- 'i in ljvw ilip*, knows how direct----- the on the honor that full reliance may be placed reinaim for at hut to march against ft* tl
.1J ,
& '
tt"t She integrity
stood for I
intelligence of'
1. a moment as motion- nited States is manifest from the documents -, inii'iencH! is, which the f the ,writer and lead our warricr once more ttico?'!
f1;) less as a statue. At length the voicf' which trJwr. 'x. yt we cannot account for the ant to hf-r capita!. Lima.AVw .
contain the records entire
: of I erci>e over their lie-irers. Tho absence of aI! information from
;7.& of her cx- I Fork Journal
., somewhat restless child recalled I i their deliberations 'and the result other source. a"nd otherc'nrre of Comr.tf.rrt.b
: r1' ; of changn .1' libra ideas, was, in spireof *pondence, J------. -.
rM i. her wandering thoughts ; and their labors shows how well they 1 the on the important subject of the prohibition

, straining it wildly 10 her breast, exclaimed : have succeeded in the and secret )police, never more rapid &ythc Jerujiaf Gave rrrmeii: offuur from OJESTIC. : ;
erecting _
'; republican -i m&re general tban in the two this: -- -- .
fter -
years month
: -"My child )1hustund fight We are ..
., fabric t m
on a highly improved previous 10 the .r fso at loss fix From thi* JVtny York C.Urrr, : ,
! -r do ; great ovonts of IS 13 I a to : the period of the th
why why you leave us V -and [han. Its maintenance ii, its pro- JlTuiiny on aoiirtltho British Garquel* 1
primitive and ISM( in whicn the huricane hibiiion as the date of the Jaw is not gi. .: <
rushed from the office. There rose th of the Lake t\t
I - spoke purity is committed the ye ii. morning/ v
as to such
t; the fond mother and affectionate wife. sacred most height as to sweep down almost !l. 15th, the Hntis'i: barque TAilyofthclfi'apt. .
trust, to discretion of each blast : Ro4T, PEKtr, arcli7 ,* :
ai a the fortresscs cf milit 1828. < Lii-rca. arrived at this un# p
; Her husband
. :, port
was seeking fortune successive Since
a generation ; whose duty i it I the late apprehension of the conspirators ot it .
tary oppression.Such harge the L\ S. chr. Sh' *. t
He i & i
Qit in the South. was sick and it is to du in the city of Limn Pi
{ something, for the promotion of affiirl in C-ipt. Liticn we t learn, that the y !' '. (
I-"i-' was from him, or, of him, that she so I humanity as a legacy for ages to come. are the effects of knowledge, this quarter have recovered their wonted ; Tififr.-, sailed frm\ F.'verpool jtV Ofl I' )at

} confidently exacted to hear. At Whoever has looked deeply into which m its very nature revolts at tyranny ortler-ie j is fate tbat avails the culpritsas 15th June last, for Philadelphia,(ha1l i-. : 0\,

:-ir length it came. I was present when J the interior of the ancient republics slowly but surely. We all "I vet have in ahevance. boar one. iiunflre'I and ixtv-nin ***** -. li U'

- { she received it. She know low much our nothing inform you (f any gers, 'n\ her |lower hJll full ot'CQilL1J t '
!." steod, gazing will discover the origin of their Hicsn. this independence importance other than. a .Iur ..n..1....,.. .----a--.. .".' fo _.._At. .' _..__.., j',_ _
-- owes to eternal v -> ._, n ,
; :;'I at the it 'Iution truth tint. thn. I by the 'I It rll enWkre. Ic I):I-- .i'
superscription was not her in the
: neglected education u. government (after the
t ol f expiration
!::! husband's writing'no! .enjoyments, matured b the I of eij ht having imprudently! calculated OO.1.'
c. : -she could the JouthL.V care dazzcd! > cures and months,) prohibiting importation or rather fair
by the a
:\' have told labors of others impc-j'o the of flour into avenuj* paage i2d4 rtr
it, even though he had en- splendor of some sbining characters highest I'eru. Thus you see as stecrge p I'eng'ers gi ner2lfr __ __
),; dearored to it. But obligations on each succeeding an important item of our export to this to e3ec'rdingly \',
disguise per which appear in the'.1cc1inc of most of The age. country is supply themselves, Q tock efpro'--. .
:j'ij haps he was only too sick to write the popular Governments of former talent must be improved and i.ciroop." This swept aviMy "at one fell which wereedltl1st: .I .- 10

L i lie may be living She turned to times* and the circumstance doubled, and not he transmitted l from I I have been expected was, from sooner the or later to ap Jiaya ago ; and Capr. LSITCH, in nc

t { some- age to ; fcreat pro. to .prevent. starvation, found it n str..
break the seal. It was black All times leads to ige unaugmentcd. Jas thIs rfuctions of wheat, in several of the
an erroneous inference P to
been done ruviin serve. out the shij'a stores IJ f.
4 her new-made hopes by us in proportion with provinces, and should ed
were crushed in in favor; of the High; mental improvement he regarded; passcngew ; the water -itldttio". ,.
: their budding. I ventured to of the the advancement of the other interests a! a measure protecting and eJcouragillg very b.i.-1, dia
approach -j majority of the people. I of agricultural was scried out sparilit11j
life ?l
A careful industry. S h
ts ; for, though 1 had never .: But we forget that luminous bodies I examination, ro* Flour is not the Mych discontent uu, in cnsqt < a
been introduced to her I felt shine c ntly held on that important subject only articlMnany ttsf thing. nrviiiifeklh \, p61 .Jt $_ ClnI
yet sure the brighter for the items of our present export, ._ _
surrounding willcoimiise ate deitined I Irish
: of a friendly reception if I offered I darkness. A I every ,impartial observer to meet the same fate, in the I part of the passenger 1
large majority of the graJdal de- threntened
to take
that popular the Captain'sthlT
words ,
of velopement
has of we
encouragement. .. or even of[ Grecians, in tho time of Derrtosthe. 'not the resources audcanKi.- I he th.t"n..o"lI_____._ i.t nl.I."t .tn C'A.r:1. _
Olllv -
hp'n'n sf.ltlmiarw .,,, .. "'''
fnra ny or tuis .n t"
1 e. It SJdl
cOU(10Ieoce.-rief like hers for the --- --- country. should to for day
and ,
lIes, by far the of thd J ; 'IIC carry self-preservation. the
tfi time destroys all 1 the artificial distiflCttJOflS Romans, after AtJ greater ustuswere part but t that it is even on the decline. many of our public men. wedded to agricultural made Long-Mand, a fine northerly. 3 Opt
. of The causes are There hostile to a lihe* earned them -ll-rt -
; society. And there is uneducated. This are ral encouragement of near Earnegat, !Y (
: prepared them our
& 5omething so inexpressibly soothing for despotism. no adequate means to )p'repare an instructor its mstnictive admonitions.manufactories wrvre becalmed. The passt8becme -r' JlJrf
Tyranny raises her I In former "1i
specifically !for his trms. more unruly than before obt
the widowed heart in agriculture
to words of iron profession ; was the base that '
, sceptre over i susj- length took -
ignorance of the
; liberty md possession hUWtlof
this tined
. consolation and of all-important department is us, bnt the world is TIJ
acts sympathy, rests on knowled .-For know- ail Its rrlitions changed, in which remained, imr would they luf
that a stranger need not fear to offer ledge is power and founded entirely left to chance. Where cant and if under tht auspicious drop, for some time for the Uif her.lIhln .
; liberty, moment when
them.u Her husband an instructor be educated' and Europe wa nation and demanded ioyeoveriih1tlotilt
x still t
might be on such study of warrior ,
power i is the (
- liberty the we.were destined *"
purest ; 1 principles of his 1 to "rise he bnded immedwteJ fire
aliveThat! fatal seal may have but without this it I i art A public institution like a rocket," he
, I II soon degenerates for this the' time i U i beach, then in sight. Capt. (;IJ
I been affixed by the carelessness or into licentiousness. Sound purpose does not ex come if WM hearken to the mad council of dered the t"d, III4
. know-I ist in this Cotton uuclior to he drop i
inattention of his servants country. Private efforts pUnrtert, when we than "(alt like Jtlo' rea
; or perhaps ledge expands the mind, strun which the Sfick." tempted: to sen J his boar on sivtssion
I hol
(tom necessity Bat no : no her virtue, enlarges the sphere of J! have been made, are highly I competition with The south i U starting into and assistance, bu it, wa* rJ f'' I .{
liberty, honorable in themselves, but have as I I dtfcl.ort.of 114;; us ; ir> moV (if the pro. i too leaky. The barquevus SUI/II U r

; ac'ijthey! | I t le&t 'up. ,: lIt'UIl'i! : cd aoue ii-hin' '


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inupp1ytle v-.el TV 1thn t n"m :J.r JOIlIlnt .1 Jv.r:4er.I fur the following, which \e extract from I From the Baltimore Gatette. A
pnf"J very promising of
,viMu-.* and waler and :lso offered tnj I brcadful Accident.-On Tuesday the Nem York Mercantile Adverhttr.Surrernter .of the I Eztract of a letter from on board the Cane from the plantation specimen of Maj. George Sugar

"f" thl" p ui t"n er t thfl' shure. C.lpt. morniujj at day light, the steam tow of Oporlo.-Th hopes with regard U. S. schooner .Porpoise, between Tw g? has been left at our office( for

kir u lia 'T fou'nl it iYIVltntnenhieaVOr boat: Grampus, Captain; Morrison, public the result are finally of the disjointed anticipated struggle it'ortiigd tht.Murta and Serigo, dated 22d in. ectJo". We informed, that M..jor
'; >jvtent tii'.ir Ilnc1J11 llreno oupoi mining: lip from the Balize with four and Miguel I, its aoiohite king, May, 1828."Although Twigg ,by way ofeiperimrnt, Us 8 or 10
WhiVl.e! vesi of
: tiihing acres the
," 0: :i t way cane growing this leII, in
vessels in hpr boilers explodedwith with little opposition or the French
aa English
were engaged in landing the p ;e'rr" tow, now reigning great luxuriance, on hit plantation
: i near
the L'. S. fcchf Shark bore down and most awful and destructive elTect. control at Oporto as at Lisbon. In the and Greeks, are at war with the this place, and i is preparing nece

i..1 (' -.3t'SS&Ofl of the barque, and br-ughi J We have been informed that all the former c.ty he can even command double a double Turks, yet the ships of the tiro former apparatus for making ?ttgar. The plant ary
of illuminations explosion
tr ,tU111" port, notwithstanding the I persons on hoard the boat were either; round of 7V o9 ?u//ii anti ,sky a rockets, of are now lying at Smyrna & hoist left with us had 10)joints, but piobably

t*:,nation of the vessel was t'hil.i..elphM I killed or drt-adlully wounded, with and gunpowder for adding military their flags, and the Greeks are nearlyas by the period of its maturity, would have
;: .nd favorable tor that piety had 15. It is
.. tie" equally an inch and a half in
I Monison and thick the Turks._
urt the fjrcption of C 1pt. succi-sa to kingly elevation. By two ve as [ do uo't dumeter at the first joint. Webrliee

j Ur understand Capt. LV.ITCH hus en I : i r. UVdorstrau.il, a'passenger, both sels which arrived yesterthtyutf Dover, know the reason of its being allowed, it s the Ribbon Cane.-Aug. Courier.

his kll of whosii happened l tt!> bo siitini: near we have received letters fromportoofthe but it is so.-On the 14th, weighed We
frrfd against t ptoccedn learn
protc S ;MI hc rase, uhirh ha thus far prevented -I the wheel 'must: and wore blown to a Miguel I, was then in possession of the anchor and wcut to Vouria, 20 miles that the crops in all the Jimouudin* coun-

him frctn retching his port of dcs- colt : !<'r'V!; hf:jht i in the air-but for- city. The troops of DJII Pedro had been distant, for the purpose of taking in rjr are likely to be very plentiful "aUhe

t.r. ,ofl tun'Itv! cl\r'lptJ'\\h: only alight bruises. completely dispersed, and thsr lenders our wacr ; and, ou the 17th, received cotton plantations indicate abuoaaot giiti,.
eringand that the
Frm-'zt.e- }"v'ik S.'atrtman. I The boilfrs Wt:1 e torn into pieces, had taken refuge on board the steamboat. intelligence from an English man year be a s.mrcp of gieal sugar profit cane to will all *hit ho

JJm Hull bit by a Xfiarir.!-The late an I the fragments sc"ticre
Capture of the l UriUth! barque. Lady of the.I j decks of the't''I..b! in t', .". The. the Camp Kcraf.-ou, Jz.i.eThc Hydra, thul there was .1 pligue existing -
Uniu-d Slates' Imperial WitS removed this mtrnnig, New Cotton.
bv the sckoonerjjlmrk cnrup
Take. ; I Augusta Chro-
fur and nriin cf tin brij; in that Island.-A short time
topmast General Ku
filru.hrtle: commentary on with the Cor Is II'A.wee ol the paragraphs in the I'ngliah journals, .I ThoiiiHs ar J William were carried: f itch, to Knrnsiou, where the Kcpeior ] bore the Porpoise came into the August says that-
thr Kteningtocommi'iire asyternof'sTurg1fnc away. and hrr bif5 and quurter stovepn. I will reriau: till those :7iptremenu "oucen" Archipelago, the Lexington give eight square bales of Cotton, of the

] upon our coasts with jmpunin'. Such' 'T m ('the: vrsr.eis! are much da- .I. *ration aie completed, which were anicunc- chase to a Piratical brig, and ran herso present year's growth, and of excel-

rrrifi rite plans for eluding the lava of I The I en in our I last bulletin.We close the shore lent quality, were received yesterday
:I i maged in their rig!itiji. accident .i have just taken possession of fie for-' into that' she could
r. he more dilbciilt of execution a! .Ware-house of Messrs. HEARD
tine .unry may
is dUrib'iled to the negligence of the tific.itionsof Iirail! w4 In co.ifo'iuit; with not follow, & sent her boats on board}
than foreign speculttors and theirfn.l I & COOK
in this
rui.l abetfirs home EiiLnue is, who have expiated their i ii the terms of the capirnltti oflliat fa tress when she tired on them. At tIme 'anJC city, from the plan-
.ne! at 'ia\'c 5tn- tatfou
:i the to whom its defence \ .is onfid- Col. PAUL FITZSIMONS\
Jlj.n"J Has it come this, that a nation i iuljt: with their lives. No blame or troops time telling them that they wcte Pi
I I I! ed, have HiMndvued all the artillery whichi Jefferson County. We believe Cot
fk.iti uhom we are on terms (;f nrrr'tv, censure can be attached. to Captain I rates, and that they diJ not care-
rI! the storeswkicht
i ther possessed as as
5h.11 set it-defiance theatithorU} of C .' \IJrl'i ;tl'1. That as to the larger vessels could has been in the habit ot"
J'I I > ,; to the TUI ki.oh Governrnca, and they
M to enforce its own regulations oj{ bunging the lust Cotton of each
J'f4 I ------ ------ ------ -- -- --- ---- nre tlminFelvcs to he sent back toirl Si- ,out run .them, and, as io mo aniallcr

ira'jeVe provide trust means)U" gover4)rntpromptV for crushing$ wjI in! I :: ,.'.I._ l r ,:.. .' 1'..(.I. ..0e_/ : ..\ <'. iiitria. OnlIl 3d the Aliguehtes-advuiced, ones *thcy, feared none of thum,- / ar's. crop, to the Augusta ,Market
't"J 'eO for
__. _.. i Sand on the 4th were employed in pissing several years past.
--- -- --- You ir shall ,
ut and Dt t -" depend we
einhrvo ailnieropts airniggliiig, the i ivei and taking up their'quarter.in the 1 upon .I ,
a \rllimed hrverity. ti-ach tliose win: ; i. city .No resistance was mide aid no have some hut work here before wo '

pork at i rt" powers, that the laws of oir: blood was shed but thut of two rersons I return, for that is u 'very impudent 1 2 laU' '.@_ 1L :

country are to he rrfperted.V. vociferated in the streets, -- _
} M) uselessly fellow, find if we come in contact

e pTce' by m article in the Morn- I ."The Constitution or death !" aid mel with him, "'C shall take him-he I L"r the Pvzi2c ?a Gatctic*

1n.r oilier, tktt Capt. Leitch. master i.f; with the Litter.Titt To Henry.*
thi .aily of the Lafe, !has attempted till I ,. Ruffian JTMJ/.." A. comer from mounts 10 brass guns, and hs SO : She
gave me htpc-ils
riv.ite public impression: that the pio- the canp before Br,,ilow brings fh' news I risen, whereasxve mount 12 guns, and And having thus enbertfann'J, f

cet> 'i.ESof the Sr.ark .vi>r2 unauthorisedbv' ; that that pIICf! capit-ilated; on the jOth. An all l I perhaps j larger than any of li is." my hearlrtptJnn'd !
.loC' -Mm-tances, of the t and : attack maOe liy the Ilu :Ki'ins on the 17th t Lost.
) cace, Uiat Awake from such
From the Xnlinnal Gazette.Thr unmanly dreams,
!lt 'us t Htrrl' hi* protest against, the" se"iire nn3 JStii vvas lepulsed by the garri.oiidr'pera Nor
flus. two jnivileged ht-inijs of tlie agepet tuns pit-iuaie to yent thy spleen
\\oi1 The .ia.s
I H ;
of 11 : eouiajjp.
: s shp. We happen to ? I .
po..es U.i uhuui well
:'nfc.rniation th's _r.1'7' .- = -: __ = ar.-s-iil! folinve KJS? Hboie 5,000 men, two haps the most rcniaik.tbly individuated one you ulight suppose,
v.Rie on subject, all !it'it" : of all Would never suifer her
that 'lave been and blessed
." n'r.l:': ". \ 'P.Rtrte ) 1') h. lk" gc-ieraK.: a.' 70 o.Tlcer piommeut repose
ur 'u'f! that the Lady of Jhc Lkc ;is aIUM -:_ ----- --- -- I .'It ii :ad 1ilt tae -arrit1n was alloxreilto uiiiju. 'h. ir species-arp ( eui. LAFAYETTE To ht li3turb'd by tales like thine,
u'' pr-ze.! Nay muthlt the C'. p'l 1 ." and Though told in u-ouUl-bt
,Sa::: .Peur. I retire at !ibei I "'. m account of t.3 courCOVTANTISOPLE CHAHLK.S CAUKOI.I. ot Ceil ao1tni. Tin- poets rhyme/.
tnrs ''..fS.TVvfl! ,),thl'.i Co.intU for tl\ 'ir I .=.- -= --= :.:= L I ': 'IU. rCS:5ranCe: ., glory and felicity ol" the t \.IIl'r are Inure You say I sigh'd, and-gave you"hope,

t./ihi-.ce andacl'r.hv: in prevtntipj' ; a. violaor I &: ..iU llIti-I It is fwr'c:( fo-dajt I Jsinp! 10. compound or various. hut (hey arc not soi And tnen your fondest visions hr ke.

cftsivv: !. Capt. McKerr l111 MIICO HIIV; thi"g kli been ttctivcJ in tliuCirv.by I On the 4th ot 'IIHC the I'ortr replied: ?hv ip'. pure, and inconteatiu'c-nor so uinufilialo Hut you must know, that oft such sigh,

li.lh'I; : nt :11' I (' Tl'nr' c1 Ol '-" "" roW ; mail, tiom Sr. Augu:tine! What a manifesto to the Russian claration ( with releenct to our universal weal E'capts the breast, when pit].', eye
J) a'cqu3.I; fi \', .ti: Ms duty to *. ith- I fl | tho, of the BehoUis the disappointed swiiin
-ic v : i is tne rvasun nf thio: we are at a loss tu ;vtr. in which it endeavors to efute all the ;JIH sympathy: -HS s Suitiviug ,
( U1 gUtIiO1';.y. I: '\4; ; ph.:hjlurll on*,1 c.ircve ; tince we see, from extracts in I, grievances of Russia. The Greek question Signer of the Dccl.tralKiti P! idcpcidencw, Untaught his passions to resttaia.

'!Jixt ne II," vnurhirs for Ji.a: conduct the Gvoigia and South Carolina Pjperiiijt --, is not irticularly ijone into ill tins
throughout tliis: v.!..,le d1Far.; I IH"t. the E.iit J-'lorida Herald is still in exi but it is uieutioned in such manner I tvl.itiuiis. His irreatsr ace, with it l'" lraor- And widely from the fiuth depart,

( i luiic Ocr friend Air. Guul is : i'.tention dinary health and elasticity neither the body Wheuyoi> Ultl tUle such designs
Leitch :'; *--nt-5 that tlir-r! -::s > reque i- thnt it i i04 easy: t t'ee the of the
I' -d t forward his via Charleston n.r iri j.'tj 'einnwj! to have giown. utd intne As never ilweil in generous LnhIIL.Adieu.
mutiny (.n hor.! l/u Vnp and] thut 11. VMS to us paper Pone, not to suiTer 1:113' foreign interference

(fJ-'if.e': d to laid his; |)!ibSf'T! 'r'. {*' it IIn.1 t Miilcdgcville.ivien! no mail CUIQIS diie in its iiifrn.il COU\.f l:lS. tiMi.il cllse--'llI.ma Sfd csuda ac cirialrsnicctus .

Winso, itI1l..t hive ree a gentle !:in-l i icf i' ,.t, for as ItMig in supports 1t., HtrnMwe This.lanifesto ir; spoken! of in the London -iiis cliHrac.fr tlf native, It'sidlug -- .

compulsion, as tie! L u1y of the Lake ( ;:re sure it docs not support him ; UHli t papers as ". n".t able documem : awl me'l11ing to die en the scene of J.hi ':ee T5orU.i Argus.-Vol. Ut., No. 13, Page

1't t 1) ill quietly: at ancLcanti her .*:> lit is more fortunate than we ate) we !: uiiri! cannot fail! to nitke, a c'IlSideI atjeCSIii : :"uutiiful aspir.\ti. anil labors: -hisinal I Second."
? 111.i\i I rt-nroi iMit from all biioaK: ol OiH<: ..,. --. .
tf.s : d trunks : :!. u1d like; to take .1 peep dt it as reychirJ v 1fJI t!In.mg".our iGincrai -"! .)}" l'I .t -- .
quietjy et-j .Kt u h': i"b ,
I. strife, and the .more frt:onal.le> or tiu- unconfencu OBITUARY.
bs ;ajr. and fur :au ;'f1t we- kr.o\v, \ rs possible.T'IP .-
gooon i '{UllhthlS'! : hi the de tuiics of hhvi. DII1D.
.lore tc }'>.'1 \vajriroiis anrl o'ner v -hlQr The C'inl'inn3ti Rcpublii' CI SI"S, tt.\t I coiuidemtioia I -At the resilience of Mrs. Pol.laid. .

drawn upon th' he.icti. Was th C-p- contradictor) accounts conccrnina: !. j !IHnc-m (Jacks,',.i 111) tits been ;! ( clwJtry--these which render are his ainongthe siiurtiiuii unique- on the Blakeley road, Mr. JOSEPH D.
th election rcp.llv i WAI.KKF. late resident
; Kcntiitky are iLPt'Si1zWI I : a of Escambi
twin aiso compelled tv receive iw dJhrs Tf eJfC'.ed to ronjrress aleudjar "' 'nil I tss.- liieieis SiiH i another, not :
,' *. assertel th.it ''I T21lLc-et I pui
illil. i :1 a County ; a young gentleman whose manly
nwy fiam-Kffer l.e tti or. tAi.-f, paprr it ir.. stated that in 4-1 couutie :\1l'f_ : Illinois And tl..4t Mr. i'ctlis the ..Jack.ot i[ far thu.tant, posses"intc "s..ir tijo. fame ; frankness aud generous disposition endear

cut rJ 'f.icfi fevetiit-Jv?'(t'I.i ..ef tigrssm ( .1 ;'c. ttic Ailuiiiiijtratioii candidate! for' / c.iiduJe. h-is al> 1 bei-u elected from j a'U.iir.rt
i..re' :': ts ?.':.' bv.itmn f' Tlie muti- (.,\"':iior, had a m"jufitv of up\Hids (,f jl.,. .Mi->hOin.-Sa'ili'irn: FiHi/jt. j !y nut be so intritlly or fnndiv:.' fixf(i at i Here lilt the Vouth. who, while in life,

necr mus have hrei a iic'ifibo.lv fir 70'.'-.u' that in 50 counties, Uart;:;, ll.eJiCkuii Janes U. U-tV has t>eenlectcd: Governor JL::: moment l.ut V. ho, heloons. in a pieiirMtiit i I Ne'er t oughlofpain, or woeor strife ;_

ner, tu submit to such termsuhen they! I candi.late.llotd a majoiiiy ol .j;..1I." of I liiili! .uia. tit i is Jacksoiiiun: ID ; l"'2rei' to the history of our in>tii.rtins Whose geneicus bosom always felt

hud the ina-tcr and ins crew under tJ.oi'rCouiioi : : Veiily, we sho'ild like to know the name If ;pcliucs.-Idem. j ji and \4 1-1.. !JHS 'he stik:i t-t claims I,, Tnrapturd at another's bliss.

; i of the 'I'enuCiSte |);ipcr, WhICH has jo .- i to our eteein, as one I)1 the ci.1 'bumlars Unt, oh the ciurl hand of Death

"V 1.t'rJ !.:r C3'1a !h..H bf' rcf1re tc tIleprupc' rally gi\ en KenmcjJrte| .e m>>re. :JIUt-/\/ Tl.c sloop Ifv..r "airfield, hound i ito j of our Republic in its rli/clHltl| Iirt--we ( rop1.d[ ofTthe bud, and stopp'd his breatluCOMMUNICATED

; tn&LKa1, l Lict' will tln.h.i!lbtny' iltit.iULtu.alhAcOT.f. ; tf> hr A wiitr '! hf JM--sJil:rrHncMnf siild) from mean JAMES M.vlMSO.v. Aside from every I [ ,,

show th ot ;It vft u clear aiul uetib< ra'e il.- \ who it is 'iiesuinetl, never j aw K -ntui.k;, Now York the 2 Isi An-just. The :: recollection! or prejudice of lter party .. ,,--- -- _. ..--- ---
he excused for sucJi 'I on ti'i-.es: every American evry liberal, in I .
: an
a-lopin,7 ei-
Ma ic.- (.1 sssup-.njy.! s-j f-ir aJ le-a** a? it ; muy is list of Oilux-ts ani Pa- I vhat region: ..o vcr. who and lors U\'I. l rtc l.
regards the| ]JU>S.M ;.:: s, v !I" would tun'rvarinhe ror ; bin the author of it, b' ill; so near ti I fullowing a respects I & L.
our KetierHi Constitution ii.ntt ate''jiy! _
!I that S''te, can only plead the ht.sil i'Z:: rs. g I-- 'aJil
covers' M ?' -,.r .ti(c to he
\vhich liarry had f r some imre c'n'ii'.ao to hail tliat n.'inc and exponeace joy aunte1tticn Prices of Cotton.
( imnardcriM..P.
curred, F. A. Parker -
\ .1 evtryit to s II1t.- Esq. \ I
in that the of Moutelier .
I cae -
J Ie iiii i in th.it _
: *en (opjxjiH'iit's inajoiitv :
Capt McKfL-vcr, t'ix.-rL': !tre deserve the : cassarflv Tennesste cotiUl utlonl IfI'j fani 1 Mix, l-t, J. A. \VJth, 2.1 ; VV dams all his fine facnic! and all c- :! London, ..:.> II.-The Cotton market

fhui.k ol tl.c city, t'f.r prc-Vc..ta: :uout! : a ft'w'oter: To her Sister Kenrucky i'liC : J. ? IrCliiiiey,3d ; J. !D. Kniglii! 4ih ; i I fIJfI IlL uiriv-paircd; force p.usues theirrepro.tcialle has -ceive'l an impulse from the favorable

without two nundtc'il f.u':;nnts :!')r l liawli'l!,. ''. Kairiinore( CJizi'tic says :"Judging; from i J. S. Pain, 3th ; Mint; \V. P. Plercy,1} r"nf' : tenoi 01' dlllHi'ir life ; I reports of Liverpool. The purchases for
entt I inr into tr- .wsA l "
: ru puiisi all t.r: I C1L1TS, Ictteis, reports, ojiuifiisan1 I r 6th. LifllteJtI1'-L. tltdls clearly upon the past ; relies firmly the week rnciiu! 'aiJt night Consist cf 10Bengal
hilit:?". :> \ r-r : bud : Penuiuj'tnu, ,
a tlie: the
i''pp'rjr "i the future and while he continues to
'. call nlatic'-s: we r.ir ein.bied to slate to i, -' on ; at 4 ; 1,24)0 Surat 3J to 4| ; 71QPerumambuci <
pro ig-ute ernt..fs violave: tie! Laws otibe Sa'il'utq Jlmtfr.l. Perry, / drstf. i: edify his cotemporaries. will oa di c lriflg
I. uur le.nit-rs, t'n 'he mat respectable autlioTilu. po I ,, k.c. 81 ; and 220 Bowed
1iatedTe M.Ui>. j i. thiit botli the candidate, Metc.ih"and -T. Oilhird: &(:'-%Im.-.J.,: ,(_ Urynolds i tnat'frUU for the bencut of generations to Georgia at 6 to 6

Barry, are elrcttd: by tiy considerable Lt. of .,i.r/t'-I.' : : Bl.irk- co.ne.r.ttcrs.- I ('(=.'gat.r, July 11.-The demand for

Dengue. rn'rr.-\ has been m!Juriita.M .I' 1 1Thp j Cotton this week his been good. The sale
dnub'cd hetber the I well, Sir colt's Mat. tlilshijnntn, were yester(Hv rcv(1 by II.
v. Dengue act-jsllv
I r 'I I' :' _\. Dearborn LIIll"ctorfro'll! the amount to 2o23 boles, at previous prices.
t.Vr. Esq,
i U L. 'I Action, .
tr sifted pi IIl.tllJ., ,
ei.biitn: rjty as we one day I .4.
papers rccpivrd do not vet gwr us 26 Sea Islands, Hd fail 16 good ; 203
)last ttrclc, \'" think: i: the I Moore' J.V.. Jnrvis J. A. Ru J. Department; of State, \Vaslmismgton, co-
;proper give conpelf! rtiur'is Irom the IvruUL.y rkc-i s of IcHer fr.uJI Alexanderrtoxton Orleans 6j mid. 7$ good fair, 7} good ;
\ :i a
followiug e\' (kllc.-, which iiiuit be Cl'Ij.j tutThere is HO doubt that MuTCiLFEi :I A. TnrSfV, R. H. .. Patterson, L.Stoddur'l" eriig Crpy 935 Boweus, 6! fair. tJ; good fair. good ;
I : Esq, Consul at Cadiz, relative to
elusive to all rcil.cilr.g; minds.: A genilerr.an ; -j i j. elf.;-i'd Governor, and uii\vooD.LjVu-- ( J.V.. TnloiV.. A. j: the seizule of the pir.'ks1..0 1)0 Alabama, (;| tail ; Marannami.,
at one of < tir puhlir tuni-e seit a izntu.t Vcrernor but the I Iattersoll wtSllp 63 3C'7'Egyptians. 8 mid. 8 fair 9 to 9goci
; majoiities are i.- ; ;
P .::. \]. Y.ird, R.r.. Piiicknt.T ; | |11-seJ to h.ive destroyed the 'llip ''( .. 7.ot .
Eer att for a cu>!inf7 tlrau! .ht, :nd a.he probably not :u gl cat as we Ja.t week sup- ; 572 Demafaifis, 7i mid. 8 fair, 9
reached the \o.'r ul the ror. the btrvant vcot.i A..J"\f! .U. L. '-LI.H1"L.V.I I IStall. thU port, and several tithe-vessel;. Il good ; 34 inferior do. 6.$ lo to 7 ; 57 Su-

let the glahs! (allujion, ttie ft-r. cump1arJinJ. ; j! T.ie Washington Ci.y: papers, receivedby I .-) ). Llimi, Mtuirr's .! .- states that a bill of Exchange w?.s foundi ns. 4| mid fair. ? o import.. .

of a serious twinge or twitch in his h s' mail, give -xtiacts fini the Na"h- I J.V.. AiiA i ;'. f.:npt:3 ,((1.--R. 0. ;i i th" possession of the pirates, (then:ah-ittse unlerexa.iiinationatCadizilMwn Lircrpocl July l$.-The reduced state of

arm. A boarder who vas upon the atairca.st \ille: \Vhi of l'2h: ."trlll t : we have not : ( by the stocks of cotton iield by dealers 4' spin
Neale liiiit. 'trin. J Irrillin Car-
't I : ; iu lias payable to the Mi"}frcar o of
'. sa\' the servant at the tj'nof the yev rtceive-d a >:ishvi.ie paper, later than { n!r*, together with the late decline in price -
twitch, and when the glusff: 51, and ave'ra tie 9th of Augui.t ; and h .ve eccive niKcut'ickr p'.J t cr.-J. !'tisentson, kSaLiiflafccr.JIaer i j the 1 upa:, and the word "canceilcd," il: the market led them to operate freely .

Payers f'-r the last late* Pa. Commandant \ marked thereon ; whicU b.ll: of E.cha.lIg the lost weekspecul.uot5 also
that the contraction of the cords sn, the I ton clays, scnjiPis; I purchasedabont
iratrs f.rm was of fuch u nature "s tn ;. !,'-U had ;" e"i ': iJ c.- :ne to h"l..l. i '.\-. 1\1. 1 Lj.unIet% LiLuttnants \\:. s I 1. i iEIoiuerfJ. I is known to have been sent Out in that 3f'.") b.gs of Americau Cotton, and

draw the gliis d.rcctly tit his IHJl.t.ht're '. :, _, I I1.le il. Coxe jr. R. R. P ink- I vessel. It aNo states hat "a pece of paper expTrtri about 1200 bags.
\ it most .'u. fI l1.: zIe-tl.1f 2:*: r, tilt., snj't, or a leaf of a book, was seen, with Pricts are advanced 5 in | pr Ib. in the
was unaciOut.tab.'y uri.i.4etL '
If this ho nut the Der.gue: orsJi.'v-. "'O'ir Borough is perfectly! f. .t. ,- from any I ham. S'ii'grfii, A A. Adec. Sur- these words written upon it ; "Japan, middle and lower qualities: Upland Or-:

tin else! w'it is it ,'-JScslti I' I ,id of tu case incident to the -nsou ; audij gL rSs JJiife, *'r'. Jdinisun.Extract I Canton ta Baton, Feb. 6, 182H. They i I leansand Alabama .Cottoni. and the better
v.II..l. .- c*'" inily! F& healthy as w. hav. .rverl.i have confessed they murdered the : sorts are more saleable at 'he full prices of

SLIM, (A1.bHmaVgu%t !-1. I I !-j ii 1', at any period of ine t.1r." I of a letter tc the Editors oft Lain and three men, taken from the C.1P-l the prrviout. wtek. The total sales from

hC'i'7lS: of Grttrjicr /'t.):";/?.-il A.I! the l\urfolk Beacon, dated gush ship Morning Star.Jiostri .- the 5th to the IMh inst. inclusive, were

be recollrcted t I'lt.lt :he la i j>eS3iiii ci !i Th< Norfolk: Beacon sU'V, hares t I U. S. 3chr. POKPOISF, l Paper, Jrg 19. I CompUted at 20,100 bat s, including 3000
*-< o a letter, dated CUAK:. TJN, Au:':., S Scal-lanJs at I2 a lod ; 50 stained do.
tie Lt' i..tur:1:1: pisd "pr-; : OfTCape Matupan, May 21st, IS28. > From r/r Hate-ncr? J.nericar..
i3h, which: states that the Wllow fevrri i* 7 a 10J ; 670 U;,'tnds, 6 a'1!; 12 at 7$ ;
piikiii.g gaO") tOT the removal of the I I before with
: re- ) ha\cju-t fane, we 'art Rio r K jAVFirto, Jnly 4
there. We havr arlpston, 1770 Oi leans, 6ja8a.d7O l at 9 ; 5020
nuiijs (ofuie l late Gi ver4ior Pickeiw, from ]i pfevdcr.t thE Btg: Danube, of lioston, 10 vhich we Peace, so often pomise so n uch d-- ,
I Holders
Alabama 5J 7. continue
*>' < to 21 int.. and do not oL'n ,
'he l.Oatid of Cuba, (where ht wed to ; ;11\1 any t have CUiVUfTom Snnrn to
) gen sired and looked for
so constantly '
appears demand
tip-'g ti> lurn'; tli.itjtfuitnl; utf ;t..;c- i II meet the freely, hut contend for
his residence in Greene CO\ll;). Tins, : (J.: :O.ve i, :. C.tI h l'U.t.'J.I" you a few lihe Y,'U will rcewe at the noW'.about to crowi! our :liupesiiidwishes. the late advance. Thx- sates 1m the 12th

we appit-liend: vas done a- a rrnrk of r-- tH I I saTnetime, H letter fron Capt. hell! m- Suitable apartments are.preparing and yesterday ueir estimated-at 2500 bags

sptct lor his distinguished services ; hot Cocn.roa.ciKS.-Jnct our !Atpt'u".ii.t.toL: f'lrm.irgyollufthe existezice of the plagueof for the reception of \\!h Coiiiniisaion- each dav. The import last week wa

>t aj ies( who are coming 16,210 Ii'u f s. : .

PicJcrtis L'.q.. (f TtJ (.aloo"a. that ttie re- I prf.entativc against the encroAchuciu o. hmd8 of'Hydra, Spezzo, and their victni- hitherto negotiate a pc a.ce. Xcu-\'ork. Auzit C3.--Import from the

IllllHS \\ ill icmote his remains at"their J'. cockroaches, and nod that il has only A ti'e ifcil in wjt)) and spokelhe /: Hl. Upon the subject of the rsl ations with l<;ih to the 23d: ii sh from Virginia 21 ;

(W )> ( \pnt e, and that the Appropriation lenipoinry beneficial effect. On the application Cup J. 1)&W.N-L -n tle harp passage. Bueuos A) res, the Rio I Jen Id has the t fol l- North Carolina ; onth Carolina 4501

auij jrt<:.,J by the Sute will nul be applied -:. of it to places: frequemeil by these bound from Mahoti t' mynik.-Ofliccis lowing paragraph :- Georgia 637-total, 1108 bales. The
for that and crew 1I1Il good I ht lth. Sue transactions in this article since noticed
purpose. I I m otc, ,'iIJul insects, they appear to sicken TIme packet from the south still keeps out
L-ft ti'e ci the 13h. and ofit tHe 16th inst. amount in all to about
;:nd wiili precipitation, and,, if Egina on morning .
fru.n escape out, and although we have had arrivals j
!i. Aurora. 10. many ,
Philadelphia Any. i b Count d'Uru who 2,000 b.Tles.wiihout variation in from
I touched with it, they die ; but in book-case was v.sited ) Capo from Montevideo, not a single syl- rates
-fVe.-A destructive fire, such as :. rubbed pU'iitifuIly with the spirits of tur- informed them that it 'was supposed the tliosc the.! announced ; say, UpUuJs, Ala-

fzrdy! visits our city, broke! tint lastcLng I.1. pentine one V ujJ;, the cockroaches nj plague wis at Egina. also. StiS lelt the bleon l witt- has transpired the great. question t-overaineut of'peace keeps or : bamasand Teunessees at j 9j to 11 and 11

; about! half eidit o'clock pcared perfect'y at home on the next. It Delaware at M hon ; the Cjrhmodoreenjuyeil ; c' nts and Orleans 10.J all cts. for export.
past i hut rather
close un the kubjuct, we tancy
In t1 uo.-i'd yaul Lftween Union ansiBek' : therribre appears ouly.19 keep them away usually gocvl health Vhe Warren thc kno.v as inucli,ot the matter as theirneighbours. I Tht principal business has been in Upland
I i while the priune! of the turpentine nad to France to ) and Tennessee nt 10 to 10 cts. For domestic -
strong gone carry
ak'y! and Swanson and Fro t'' Mr'l The Sapphire';* long detention few *
I lasts, which i? not long; perhaps a comfani: SHiLEB.our Consul, and cas tLt-n tu consumption some parcels ot
streets, below Queen. It is supposed :I and repeated application of it (or some ceed uplhe Archipelago on a cruize. We looks ominous, and u'e would fain fins q-iality have been takcp at to 1 cent
that Government had at last
to have been the work of an 1UCtfld.Ltry time may keep them away from the places left the Lexington at Smyrtu ; Captain hope come per il,. over our general range of price
toa final decision of either making pence, We quote, as before Uplands lb. 9! a I 1.
a*, it in the I where it is u ed. Booth had been In a Vt"flow state of
originated shingle ._ WitS the or rijroroubly prosecuting war. j\i-r Oi leans. 10J a 1L ; Tenaesase 9', a
time but on recovery.
hd\ health some ,
;ir.g >!iop, where no fire had: been To PubL'theri. the list of Iost OiL At Milo, we awa Italian Shipof Letters from Liverpool state that, by Ii ; AIA ama, 9} a i1. '.

C1nrioeJ: during tho d ,y. ces lately published it i- stated that "on the Line,4 Frigates and 5 ttrigs. Il :he new .Customs bill, the duty on cotton SAVAXVAI, August 30.

'eaIy all the neighbouring houses every I letter and packet addressed by was said that they were iitended. lor the imported in British vessels, ;s reduced to Uplands 8 to 10 ; Sea IstaivU, 24 demandfor a 30.Jfcntarfcs. .
is little
or no
w roof wood and mail, the name of the State i is required to blockade of Algiers. Piracy rs very nearly four pence: per c.t., nat one shilling as
very soon a considerable it in this market, the portion of the
be written in full." This regulation if suppressed in thi sefc Count Capo : lieretofjre stated -.1Y. Me-. .J1dv.I .
number of them were enyel- I crop which remained.\ nuv shipping ta

Oped i in flames. Several were satire- and follnweci other by Periodical puMisliers) Works of ,Newspaper will ensurea d'lstria has taken very-active part inputting I The Washington (G.) News states the) Northern port A few b. les of very

1y it down. I as a Report, ihat Geti Scott had I prime were soKKfrprn) waggon at 9! cpa -
| destroyed and inJured much of the !
a great ntimber more regular receipt m by 1 send you a list of the Officers of theU. Cotton
There balc.of
his and has submitted wra* one new hroupbl
but in the those to whom they are addressed.Foreitpi had yielded objections, .
confusion we could S. Sch'. Por a'8e. We hanot .
into the Market S'iuarehich vr*<< sold
iltain, but few authentic parti ubrs. a sick man on the list SBICC,6th of May. to the orders of Geu. Macomb, at 10 cents There is nothing doing inSea
v\Vw*.-By the arrival of two mistake. On the
1 lie cases individual disttess JOHN H. BKLL Esq., Cwiandsr.JicuUncmt3. This is a contrary, hllln b. .
packet bhips at New York from Liver .-L. M. UoMsborough, L. understand that the first order
very numerous at least fifty families pool, on the 23rd ult., advices have been W. Powel A. G. Slaughter. wo Macombon Charleston September 1.-In Long S//z-

}having been turned out, either by the received to the 17th Juiy. We rive the .. Keunoo, Surgeon. which was received from pie there is nothing doing. Upland con-
fire his reaching the West was returned lube about the same an last week ; tbe-
attacking their tenements or latest state of the) cOlton market ; in J. Brooks, furser.Midthpanen.Jno..
ape there has been Jenkins Edmd. and he has assigned demand is limited, and the few sales madeere
PFC3Ching so near them which an improvement.The T. by Scott, !h..t.
ag to
cause of 'last
% within the our quotations,
reasar.oiLle most interesting articles qf intelligence Burke, W. H. Browne, F. A. Thom.pon. the reasons for his disobeying the orders range
rounds of al House- at 10 10
um. 9 a H ets. though principally a !
beside. are the surrender of Opor. C. D. Drake.
h.oJd Ii in a letter to the Secretaiy ofWar. for lots. The ifcw bales 'mew
rnO fl rB strewed good crop
) the 10 to Don Miguel l, and the movements or! P. A. Southall, Caplian s Crk. \
: Richmond Enquirer. received have not been sold.vb .
'C .- yet
the Russian army.Ve bare onlf loom I. Hurst, Acting Gunner.



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! NOTICE ''l\.e\\\ti"nn. Claims. 'i Ca MU TO t TOST OFFICE DEPARTMENT June 7th, I8, 8I >) !I F. H. NISBj "

f pi IE residence f the R'Ol'OSALS will be received at this BEGS leave to inform i hi'r' II
', veby given that, HI the if it Term U n"lt'the act entitled "An Act for P Customers
, :' .AI J 1 Subscriber at the ht-ltel I Department until the 1st of October that
:! .
rt J the Et.cambi.1 Co-tr'. I IIIhatl!
A ..I.: fur County the relief certain surviving Officers q of Escambia: Bay a Negro ext. 'Tor the Conv al.ce of the Mail commenced business at I,;, .I? "!
letters ui Atlmiiiistiiiuun ,
where 'be
- tate: ct'Letcud J. Alston I Juu'r.upon de- and Soldiers of the Army of .11'j'j: fellow, who sayh he is* free l' ice a week between Mobile, Ala. and meut of has for sale a 'cry t.

i\ ;:: 'd. the Involution" approved ISfA of und has hired himself as I New Orleans, I'M Steam Moats-the moil to o4FreslJ
( (Ibe carried from City lo City within 20i $
IvI. 1328. himself Seasonable
: Crupper. May, such : c.iH i hours ; and the service to commence on

...: 4'eflSaco1aEth September 1828-2 -Ct.f" TBEA Atrcusr rny DEPARTMENT 7th, 1828. ,'?5 m m the 1st of November, and continue four I York Received and Philadelphia by the latest arriytl ...... ,

U to those Offi yearn 3,3$ and 4 Point BlankeU
is hereby given
, RQ.tes Or 'Wllarlag :.NOTICE Soldier of the Arrr.y of t..e and saysbe has Iiverfln Washington City, I i.J E.41.IEIWkiLI-Iu TE. 7-4 and 8.4 Striped Uuffiela

tt{:: .r ) ES0LVEII, That the fellowingH"T"; I Revolution, who are entitled to the benefits and at ihe Indian Springs In ( eogla. ; House, lately occupied by Maj'r. 1 bale superior Heavy Wh;. L

; ; :L$ or WHABFABB on Clouds landed on or i of the abovementioned act that a halfyearlypayment Said Negro, i is very black, five feet SIX I THIS) & WRIGHT, was opened on 3 bales \'liite & Drab iluat.l\ _

;tf : upped from the Wharf und on Vessels: i will becorae due on th- or eiu'ht niches high, and has a scar on the 16th of February, by the Subscriber : Blue and black impcrialllnd
the I
.. ..c hereby established ; to take < fleet m t :lircl clay rf Septttnbei', and w:I.be mad;; i ito I I the left cheek. He wishes to go which to J who respectfully solicits a share of the Patronaftc mist cas&imeres ; 'a\i i'
, : e first day September" \. I) It.JI'S : ('\'Cr' such Officer or Soldier] as shau North M soon a; the month I{ of the-!}ublic.! All, which the lo- ed ; super super and ,

: .. '.d that all former Hates HH1 %"ei.'ulitr' I produce satisfactory: evidence to the Se h have hired' him is completed ; but, &s 1 cal itics afford, shall be studiously provided, prints; 7-8 and 4-4 Irish--
:--1: ',. rind think hf "> Ii runaway, I shall endeavor | Ia nil dimities rci'
011.1J ;
-. they are theiebyrepe \'IZ- I r.1.ttnfof: the Treasury being en nnd every attention devoted to Ihe quiet and ; super 6-4
: .:.. AU Merchandize r .:k'I that day in full life. to lurs him for a longer period, to give his comfort of those who will favour the House hams; white, yellow, red 2nd.
'I an )rtuuiiy to get lIim..A.lldl'eV nelti black and
ages, (commonly The evidence required will be a drob owner opp with a preference. ; colored

:; .', measurement.goods) and ration made and signed by the claimant 1>. Simpson. Au excellent Billiard Table, attached to printed bcmbazetts and Si 1iab

-"> all Goods, not herein enumerated on or after that day, ii) the presence nttwu 1 Peisacola, 25th July, 1323-20if. the establishment, occupying a separate nets ; spool cotton, assorted t It 1
Jj t', (or every five will contribute to amusement.wilh- bearerteens, linen
I't spt'ct&bleVitne sef, to whom he i is cariibric11 S
fr; cubic fee, 4 cts. well known, stating his: rank and lino i i" out interfering with the rood order and I hdkfs ; Baroge hdkfs black luj,1

,..'...:.. \ Every Qr. Cask or Barrel, the Conincntilrnw, and Hie rnkaccording A NEW VOLUME, quiet of the House, and private parties can I flounced robes ; gingham,\._.?

t"1' of any description, 4 I to \vhir.h he rus Lcen found EMBILLlSHI.DQLAKTk.RLY: WITH AX: ) LE' be always accommodated with a distinct patent threads, Russia diapt''S

"M..:f!; :. Half Pipe: or half entitlrd to p:'y, under the act, by the Seret.iv CAST ESGR.\VING. sitting! room. figured book muslins, MadraaP

i: Hhd. of Wine or Liquor, 8 c of HitTreasury.. To this i is to be There i is on the premises, one of .h.P best tania hdkfs., comp'y flags 6gtl:

rt.: I' t. Pipe or Hog-head, 16 added(the aiCdavil!! : of the wit nesses,v.vor.brtore .- :\e'v 'lO\'K l.lr-rOl. Stables in the place, whcie Horses shall be dresses ; white:, brown and nfiled
j !
: J.C& Bale of Cot.on .
or strictly attended 10.JOliN half hose white and
; mixed
. a Justice of the P. '
o'hci ff
ace, or
;: ;a; Hay, 64 And Ladies' Literary : lamb''J"wo 1 do fine linen
.. Magi t :flt\e l1th'ri7ed toadmini.iteroaths, GAItNIER.w i ]
'.j. Bue1 ofSaHC'urn, I s to the idenlit} of the cbimai-l, and to Dcivtcd to the Belles Lcttres, fine TERMS hite and black cotton do., I 1 .
; t. i or other article in bulk, the fact of his and black worsted do. plain
I having made the declaratiou yHs Music. Drama fussing ;aDd
.s:tfs: sold by measure! I ct Board per Month $ 25 cloaks furniture check '
: ou the day on which it bears d-tte bed.tick'
:-. Ton of Iron Steel] Events fyc. fyc. fyc.PMNTED Day Boarders, 20
: 1'' [:, And to 1 this i ito be annex,-d a rer ificjte, perfine cotton shirting, oil cloth."
" ;'1 01 'Lead, $1 00 muter the 8>eil of the Court of tne Cfunty BY G gORG1-: P. MORRIS. Dinner 75 bombazines, fancy belt ribbonsh '
;X 1i '3 .Hewed or sawed Timber Breaktkst or Supper 37 satin and
white mantua dog.b4
all to the nllicMl! uYsigiiation! : and : ,5 4J !
\t'l"tili prr 1OOOfet, 5(,\.t3 I of the sgntore "TIcn1 shnll youn:! jjoiiiusMini'MfiEafflp! fl'jrl'f, Horses per day 1 25 in damask, brown "
I .Magistrate: and is to lux
" ;; Rid fioui ID'S mouth 20
t':1ar 9. 25 Oew-dropsVhakiug 1 p iUine.of per
Shingles JUT m. and white and
h authorized! ad plaid
being to 'Minister 03h-l- striped, B
:' Light. Pensacola. February 20th.,1 R:8.-45: tf
10. Uno-aweii Boards & Barks : *
shawls ando hdkfs!
\.h _, The!'rmsofa declaration, affidavit aii -;. ( per m. 30 c certificate are subjoined to this notice. r SIXTH VOLUMK of the Mirror was! LAND AGENCY.subscribers to shawlsfancy silk drtse'ntUl *
..,ri i. .,01\ .11, "ipe & IIhJ Staves, perm. This evidence should! be encloj-ed andtransmitted coirncnced on the TWgL.' 1"1-1 DAY linen gloves, linen tape, !Iussiaj'
i the of J.Y.; As the pan! of einbcliishing: i UIF have opened an of. mI. ilL'd drab cloth blue, St red strn l
:. ; 12. Barrel Staves, ind Hoop to becref.ry ot the TieaiUE this ptblic-ition with '. tire for the purchase and sale ofLandsat ALSO
' and if it be I ; appropriate'engrav ,
' :". .., Poles I per rn. "_5 the t ; found due deemed satisfactory ings isunderstood and believed to be altogether St Augustine, in the house for 4 cases saddlery, :borted
':f.: '-1 *3. Fire-Wood, f>erl-I ,ad b' the ciaiuiunls amount .. will be remi. trd tu ; the most acceptable, and cor meily occupied by Col. Perrault, at thesouth 9 cases! Brewater's hats
::: in a dr ft the I assorted
on mot! convenient
{ :4. Fence Posts and other of the
respond better with the refinements of west corner public square, ties
Ui.HccIi of the
( r1"; rough Timber not exceeding Bank ot tluL'nited sonr.ty, aid the improvement in the a litre persons desirous to accomplish either 5 trunks fine re-sdy made
,:.8 : 10 Slates, or, \\ ii!! be paid: to bib attorney, duly clotbin
. t.1S il. long each 2 purchase or sales ot real estate, are
1 attthonzcd public tastes thin any other, it will he adhered 12 trunk* laches' lAud gentlmej
. .r."ft. 15. Bricks, per M. 60 u'1d'rthe regulalions which to. The heI : requested lesva their commands. and shoesChildrer.sand
i generous patronage -
!ha hctMi hefoie
fZ&:; 16. Stone, per peicli.Vt 50 \c pr&Ecr'iivc. I jtowed upon the work, i dded to Jlume.I A long residence in the Territory of boys' shoes
iio4u E !
caimintin ; brogi
: :.c1 icr.Ui'itcJ to indicate
.f ,
17. Horned
Cattle, Horses cr i "'(JUg evidences of liberal sentiments and 1 Florida, has enabled the: subscribers Soal leather cult skins
: Mules each by a note it the tot ct his aiciaratinn,, I shoe .t1u
; 17
become with
it kind intimately acquainted near
the feelings, emanating from persons OTboth 25 kegs:: Virginia Tobacco _
Brunch f tie!
$m c 1'r.hcd Slattt. which
Merchandize landed on the Wharf and, on : I who alike 1 ly all the individual claims to land, in this
sexes, are distinguished 5 boxes
superior cavendi3h
1'fL W.; : i it would! bt* most convenient :for him to. do.
H t ) remaining there until shipped, v.iil becharged : for their attainments in polite liuratuie, district, as well as to their titles, locations, Hardware /..'
:,"r.. : rnn half price on shipment. receive a drift lor ttc sum that may be: alaI for their knowledge of the fine arts. qualities, and relative value. And the increasing c.

. :':,.t?.;'t'11'. : Half price will be charged: on articles I clue to hiiu ; ai.d, if there he no post office are powerful nicentires to the most applications made' for information Pen, pocket, sportsmen and

..',..! ":. ;: transferred from Vessel! to \ nsel', ortedcn} in the place ul'liij robidenue; to men I :;t\'ering' cftbrts to deserve a reward pt'1'I and from every purl of the United Slates, knives ; knives ard forks, rarveri,

:.1. ..,. 1t on Board any Vessel at the Uiiaif: : without tiun alo: the j'j o/Uv.0/ at v hid: it would distinction so gratifyingWe -. more cspecially, respecting sugar estates and trays ; Henning'a best net
' : :":' being landed thereon. be most convcnicnl to him to receive are irreallv flattered both with th;}. has induced them to believe that an establishment ers and trays, plated spurs, speti,

1I.t f Articles remaining the Wharf longer I letters t fron thiI>cparU:1enf. !!umbefli character of oar readers and of this kind,'could be render ('carpent r's tools! shoemaktt'irier's. and

"' ':f :. than three days, "illlJc subjected to an I I[ A cop of this notice, with the! fovci? correspondents. We could enumerate ed useful to the public. do., stock lock, padlocks, m'
, i ; additional, charge of 25 cent. and the \annexed, is intended to be scnt lo each I and kettles
;.t: pri I OGcer ', many: who rank among- the first: in out: All CJrctrs directed to them, for copiesof tongs; sauce pans
/t I r' tame for each succeeding three day I; > l becn boldierjhuse claim shall!! vounlry fur genius and learning and i ir surveys, maps or plai as well as other CHrds &c. &C.I'ensacohii .
: js ve llril
i ilic forms
; may 1 information, on the above subject will be Dec. 7th, lS3 8-tI.
shall be ,
'rl-n l':.., ON: VESSELS, *, le ilieJ;; up and r-luri-'cd to this Departal our pide; pleasure to furnich |:
4'" :'\: them with ivork! which shall furnished without delay. Letters, p03tpid
; ".. to
i : lor every Boat or \ bsd over ; at the propcl'lir.} I merit their prelection and favour. Jncle- ; directed to the Land ...'I;>enct &t.'ijuninc in <<;4 iG
': .:1t. five and It not be
nut tI {
exceeding ten may amms, on this occasion: .
,; wili receive due attention.
I peuden'.l at the p.id Or Flowers
.' 'b i .;, tons per da}', :.'. j 'o state, ihd7 although an earnest de-sire yoiunt-uy so gene- of
t.r'.. I Ten &. I has been felt to rously bestowed, and :;u very acceptable, JOHN LKE \\'IlilA3IS1LL1AM ,
.. ... ." not exceeding twenty tons, 51) give immediate effect to 'I LITERATURE, WIT, & SE.\IDIt
"' :: tb '1 Twenty: thirty f (0. -75; I I I the beneficent intention of Congress, as we take the opportunity of saying, thatwe \\ 11. SlMMOMj, EMBELLISHED IV It/I 3PUJ. _
: .;'f' manifested in the have engaged the pens of severalgentlemen I FUA-vCIS J. A'ilO.
; ; Thirty" forty lo. t 1 00 act referred to, \ ct, ov'- DID ENGRAVINGS.
{t.J\f; :I. Forty '. sixty: d r', l 5() ingto the number of applications, and who are well known in tIl e Dec. 27th, 18J7--; .i4-lf, Fig! HE that has
) patronage
world and already ,
literary whose
r;'";. Jy SIxty" Fill: ii';. S2 00(:, the investigations; necessary to be made pioductions, we 1 References ; JL: extended to the Caskethaiu&
i 10"' arc persuaded: will impait new spirit to:: 1'i1.Jo. \l. Hhste
'f1' 20U dOver 'J. S2JOTO :i previously to a decision, it has not been exceeded
!;' ..r 1 .: two hundred { found the future plages ofthe work. We, theie-: Delegate troii Florida our most sanguine expecti
t tons, bS 00 practicable to act upon every case; but, if mistake
fore we rot, is
::c :', ..:;1 .: Vessels not laying: at the! Whai, but i as e..1rh'u could have been wished. The feel the fullest confidence in stating Mr. fleniv j;. Tanner, I'laelphi; i in the annals unpre
.i.:;'; : 'il having fast to it a.1'lt !rule h; been that oursuccecding volumes will surpatiuc iS Doctor i'.ni-h \"ew York 1 monthly literature. T
..: a tlio<:c occupying: s to take up each claim >n has induced
.":;- .::..;. E-:,':: t *n outside birth, will be charged uail j j the order in which it has been receivcd.Thc ; which have piece-tied them. Itcrnuitl; E. 1'eo, {;Charleston! success us to give themOI't

' : -: : il.'" these r tei.: j fj' j sarI: (' course wili be pursued h re3.f- ; We beg tl* remind.Hie reader, that the I Mr. .l.t.ves; V i iianiR, Baltimore. : well attractive form for tbeprne; J
in its
J. ;./ilr: Passed, August 29, 15>?3.N. I ler. cojipii'jmtc g'l'a'mrs-\'lhich are of a _---- _ _ year :13 literary drpart;
.j', .
' ......!,j,.,... '..'.......JW. H, AU.KN.Fretident It is requcitcil that all'letters on tl'is superior kind, and of tl.f full, quarto Bi &t- Madeira IVinvs: Cordials as in its decorations and Upognplsrraiigementa : ':; ."
l" -:- ". .....t cj the Board vf Jjin'cori. subject, be endorsed :ire drawn an'1 1 executed hv our most $c. I A new font of: type ""t
uuy "Jlevolutionarj ""
.. : .\: .tj J. G. DKAKC, Secretaru. Claims.J : : skillful artists.;, e.rp"e.lgfor this work, and j ) !':(: El, 1:1..> per Schr Orleans tram: j 'been procured, upon which it isprinfej! f' ?

; "r ; --- -- cannot procured in any otfit... ._l, l'h'I3.Jeiphl, t{ the size i and number are to be 'o".id :t
..:... r. "'.... TUK:: t \ l.- \ .;'..:': !RICIJaI'tI Rn h. Taking imo view the number! of'aJua..- l-J c.iht-s stjjrerior Old London ParticularMn I bly extended, and they are alsl enl! '1..y.
1,o't". ...'.'.'',''','II," '-'' I !ble! plaies.the quantity olVnatter contained: l apersvipeiior to that formerjy

a'' ""oo,..;,I,:;' ...,. .i. ALL pC'rSiH!; :ttc warned t 1 I For the purpose otob'aining! the amount tl1 the Mirror added to the quality of the 10 (>M 14)ltV iie'. i is: employed in its publication ; rot'an'

, .,.'I..'!'tt."- .,.'';,,i".";,;.;,";... against trad-ug fin a* Negro, ]; <-.f pay :\accruing to n1'jr the half ear I paper, and the general st\le of the execution 10 .". Ciieii) Uraiuly, Superior. that every department may exhibit IB''

, "." "I :....'.J": ...'". Boy, uy tile i>: :neot ending on the :i2d day 'It' SeptetiSer.l! L 1), it is ry far: the cheapest) public 20 Cordials, first odaiity assorted in I responding; degree of impfvement.

: .f.'P\t..c' ,I.,'.;.f It. C'};' .1 C'f" under the act entitled "An act for the in the United States. U orks ofa similar: the cases 1 .10; each. j raigcments have been entered into

.. 11. #..;.111..1 relief of certain surviving officers and sol .. character published in Great Britain although 10 u Wine Hitters. I artist", for various corations and onments.

! ..; }t:;. Formerly the property of Joseph, H. Htn }'- diers of the Army of the Revolution," approved ; ; bountifully supported, are much 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. The usual number of cop:

..:. .,".. ..,, of Washington 9oi&iity Florida 15th Al-iv": lft'28, I- of more expensive ; in man instances, we 3 Barrels Chrrry Bounce. ;f plates will be found, it is proposed

; : .- .. i'f.:; CEASAR.is ab
t 1Jt.i..i fie feet three or four inches high, d irk d,) hereby declare, that I was a price; of this j lurnal. Cinnamon Cordials.J' I I II I It g-ra.ings, instead of one, as heretd

, ,.' .' comj>lected, well ('l-H the property; ofj -, in the of the Army of the To those who may wish more fully I to ;'or Sale byF. i|I I I the wood engravings repr* sentingsrei .. ,

:) : Wade H. Ball, of Georgia. U L, t feared, Devolution, in the continental line.as, understand the character of the work, andto or referring to incidents, familiar or "
';:'1. >..\ J that cither Bsyan, ort man by the name was more fully srt forth on my application commence their subscriptions on the I H. NisLet.Pcnsacnla. I I resting to most of our readers, will bu

Ii'; 11. : :'\J of Hathaway, will run off and sell the said' for the bcntrfils of the said act,) and opening of a NEW VOLUME, perhaps it is Dec i)0) 1327. companied by well written description tt. .

; .a....' :: .:r4.:: Negro, as he is kept concealed<< by said that I have been found entitled, by the : proper to say, that among a variety of oher -:-- events, & exhibitions, connected vrilli

!_''_ 'k.. '".::. :liryan, so that the owner rnnnot get him. Secretary of the Treasury under that act.to \ subjects, it embraces the following : '1"Hl Subscriber has just received pi p picture each reflecting upon the otie'ti i1} :
.- -.m. : the _. II Elizabeth! Forayth from NewOrrlearw i interest and rue.
!,1"-. '' JN. \Vamble pay in the said line. OniciXAL Mo u AT. TALES-either fictitious "a ,..
... :.... 'I. I .
: ;ti..... a assortment of (
... :1" .: ') Witness my hand, this day of or founded tn evelits of real life, I in very large jroceI'ICS. It is our desire to render the Ctereting .
: U. 1'
: AtfyforV. a 11. in the United Stites of America.hnEws"fpuulicatioJls1 lie offers in addition to his former n the
.r ; the year one thousand: eight to various classes of nt\\
: i
ly Jtolmes'VatIt'y.20hlIglJst.263
: : ..- 1. hundred and twenty eight.! } Foreign and I IoinetiC. I :- ers to whom periodical literature g'f'
Champaign Wine, in Baskets of 1 dox
D rally addresses itself
; ana we shah it
r each
T', tot.01 ',.: Before Oltll;l\l.\L Essivs-on literature, morals called upon to search with renewed *
me, -
a for
w. -, the
.. do. of 1820.
I ." :> : CcToiMEr; FLORIDA '( couI'y of --, in the state of lu istOFy, \'O}sgtJ, tl'U""l'lsmel'icall antiquities Z Brandy t cation and assiduity, for the most it*

';,:\.., August 1st, 1828. i f )t'I'mnaJly I appeared this day, -_, and : : the hue arts, &c. :1tc Currants resting contents or foreign maga '
c I WILL receive Proposals, till the 31st -- of the said County, who diu FKMALK (' &&- .. -education! inai c..- PonchongTeaPrunes while a proper inducement will be W
-..- :__ October ensuing, to furnish the I raily make oath that by whom ScI the\ (:- n ers, bt'auH. and' clm s. very freah out for native writers to contribute a p*

Troops of the United States Army, that J toregoiin.'declaratjori was madi and subt A't vnxtiN MiuciiArHT: :' historical l ihj: ins n tion of their labors to enrich our Cask

Are, or may be, stationed at Cantonment t scribed, is well known to them to be the- nkflchcsolthelives, of such persons, ul i I Almonds .. ., I J These tt'g'u'uinn! can be ofiectedwii:
Urooke, with I person therein described, and that he both sexes, as have becoiiie celebrated j j, Meiloc Cla'rct of 18ZC out any sin rifice oftiut l lgh: readin ,ar4

; ,- FHES1I BEEF, generally reputed and believed to have,is for their luroism, virtue, fortitude, talent: TuscaJcosa! Bye Vhiskcy 1: :general magazine of small paraph

I from the 1st day January 1829, to ;in- been a in the Arm}' of the Revolution patriotism &c.Liiiui.ar I Goshen. Butter Cheese i itIo. !thai: must enter into all literary work'
elude the 3Ut Decemoer in n.anneras therein taird and b"nLLIGJ'KCiiOlloticC3 of inasmuch as the size of tne work will k
day 3829 ;
; Tlie Beef will be required to be delivered that the said declaration was rt-uUc and new publications: t Beef iu i bbls. for family use very considerably enhanced-its content*

'wr: to the Troops "IB two days in each week- subscribed: by the said:! -, in their TIIK DIUMA comprising strictures on I With an additional supply of Dry Cooilsj t therefore assumes a more diveraW

(the davsto he designated) in buch : presence, on the day of the: date thereofJl the Ncvv-Vork stage. I h Hard ware, Glass ware & Queens ware ; form, and boasts: an increase of solid s&
quan I Sold
Low for Ca !..
lf.sunor: r.I.tl".rzoswith occasional ;; t*'r.
: :; tity as shall be required for their Kations : -
itnifst i
; hand this _
'I.. on each day. And 1 deem it necessary to in my the year one thousand day of remarks J. !>escay. The price of the Casket will be Ser

apprise those who may choose to oHVr I hundred and twenty eight. eight AI' I: :IDTI.!>-humorous, literary, historical Pensacola, Jan. 11th, 1828. p annum. payable within three mott
: 'ra yvLsi to contract for the supply that the Beef i &.C. after the recciptoithe 1st number- W

'lihWsE* will be required to be of the l.est, which I IASS1XS: tVESTS OF THE TlMES.POETRI MAIL ; i if t the subscription is paid in advance $*
$mr the market can afford and particular It -. Clerk ot the Court of thr ARRANGEMENT. will be received as payment in full.
: : County of --original and selected
in the Slate .
: ? '> > ot ;
must had to the butchering there do FLORIDA MAIL. The arrangements that we harefor tnJ
.: .i of as a rigid inspection. of it will always whom hereby the certify, that before: Together with many other miscellaneous Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock A. M the publication of the Casket, W3.Ws ,,

.4. 4 ,-.,. 1q4 _$ be made. the foregoing time affidavits were sworn, subjetts, which it'would be unnecessary Departs same day at 2 o'clock, P. M. u in assuring its patron, that it shJl!
*$1. a -, for the said : now to enumerate.
Persons offering to Contract will make county, and dull f BLAKELEY MAIL, I qual in attraction, any worfc of the kiU.
.... their Proposals in writing, sealed and directed i. ter oathsIn empowered to adminis- Having procured a new font oft'pe for Including Mobile and the States of Lou- I that has been published ; while its p ct

to me at this place, stating the i the purpoie, we :shall: occasionally present siana and Mississippi. is scarcely half of that of the most O !

': rate per pound, in. a single bid, for which testimon i ) whereof, I hive hereuntoset our rcadcs with such NEW FIECXS OP MUSIC :: Due every Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M. ry monthly publications.Those .
; they will furnish, and th'y shall be in the my said hand and allixed the sralof as may deserve, on account of the Departs every Friday at i past 8 o'clock, who wish to patronize the ort j j
formed of the of Court, this -- day of beamy ot their A1 M.
acceptance Pro o.I _ composition, to be preserved will please to intimate their wishes 1
. .-I mis, either by letter from, or on personal in the year one th'luandeight in :our pages. We conclude by : ALL OTHER MAILS. sending us the in advanct-
application: to, me at Cantonment hundred and twenty eight. remarking, that so far as have subscription
p. i. ruoke. we co:ai Due the the p'rct '
., on the day above mentioned. Sept. 2-wlm. nmiul ofn ans, the Mirror shall be madelo every Sunday and Wednesday at::4: increasing expenses of
o'clock it $
, 4 0 P. M. printing, engravings, &c. render
i John Page, Lt. & HEA-STOJIKS &c.TilE equal toany similar periodical in Eu- Depart every Tu ;gday and Saturday at l lutely necessary for us to be fur

."' Ass't. Com. of Sub. 8 o'clock, A. M.7'Letterg. with the means of meeting expenditufCf
bubscribcr has rope.CONDITIONS.
t4L just received
Note.-No per : promptly.
Proponjils will be which
;; receivedAfter from New Orleans are not deposited I -
; Lt ,- na-
the 31st of October 23 1828.lit. king his. assortment of Sea Stores very The MIRHOR published every Satur- : one half hour, before the regulartime Atkinson & Alexander. ,

complete : day, for the proprietor. by Daniel F appointed for the departure of 112 Chemut Street directly oppW '
_ _ _ _ Macaroni I
in shaw
-' baskets at No. inis
$ VVilljain-strcet.. It the Mail, will be detained until the: the Post Office, I'hiladelptia. .

g3 FOR SALE. Vermicelli iu boxes printed in! the loyal quarto form, on flop next Mail ; unless it suits the conve.nience It may" be well to state that the /C#
Grayer cheese paper, with botrgeois and brevier ket for 1827," forms a distinct "oI-
; (Tj : THAT pleasant and desirable, Pa tic grasse do. Fifty-two nuobers complete a volume type. of the Post Master to mail price S2 50 ; it contains thirty-six P"J

: 1 D dwellingon Intendencia street, Raisins: Prunes, Almonds of four hundred and sixteen royal quarto them: sooner. did engravings with nearly 500 pap .
belonging to Major Bowie. For .
' ,' .ws4E terms, which will be matte moderate Family C'hampaigne Flour Wine I pages for which an KLSOANT SNOHAVEDVIORKTTB $izr On Sunday, the Post Office letter-press printing, constituting one nni1 tel
i TJTU-PAOB and a copious in- will be for the cheapest publications in the
to kept
apply hour after
L. lit open one
) do dex
halfbbls. are given. States. A few of the numbers c .D
i Robert Mitchell. Sug..r, Coffee Salt, Pork I Tne tc.-rmsare fOUR the arrival and assorting of the Mail ;' supplied to future subscriber!.

r Pensacola, July 10, 1828-18-3'. Mackerel, No. 1, and No. 2- I PAYABLE IN AUVA24CE. D01.L.t.nsperQnnum. : and letters will not be delivered out

t&t. Superior Goslu n Butter I It is forwarded by the earliest of thex>ffice at any other time ou that SWkMt !Nll.ti ERS. .
Best Cincinnati mails-
; FBZNTHKG, Middling Bacon covered, &c.Julius. Hams unless otherwise directed to all subscri day. fH \ HE subscriber has for sale,a ft*P J

q Executed' with neatness and despatch) hers residingbeyondlhe of N. York.H7" W. Haaell Hunt, M. Sugar Bqilers as a sample ?!6'*

., ti: atL/ ojfiu. Pensacola 26th. Feby. 18250tf.Pescay. ( Subscriptions received at Uie Office POST OFFICE, Post Master. to wiiunfacioryand order. can supply F H.,anys JJ..
of .
1 tnc reosacoU Guette. l'ov coJ f..
fet 182& If St.
Jul/ -" Pe:0J3, Dec, 1ili, t621st.



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