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 23, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055168
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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V. (Pri7uiFiJnOflhomin s.) PENSACOLA, TIFSDi1YSEY 'H:M11.rb 23rd, 1828. (Open to all parties : inauenced by none.) \p. 2 8. .4-

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FOBLISUKO WLZSLY Br t j I From Nowburyport, hy Salisbury, From Lodi i Post Oftico' via etil'ls- county,,- to' Cattawissa.'. "- i iu Columbia 'i crossing Cape Fear at Northings* ;.
Ct7NT & TA11DXE'P, ; Amoshusy.:: ivrrhill, Methueii, and bur$ and Randolph, to JdmesfoVfi 7 County ; ton's Ferry ;

l'"bi"ers oftheLnlrtojlhr Ui.il.t .')I'de 1 Urgent, (o Lowell ; From Cheuango Point, via Rugg's Froiu the Borough of Reading, by Thence to FIa)'woou ;

and dike Territory of Florida. i I From Canton, by Sharon and Fox- Edy O,born's, North Hollow, and John I CIYlle' ,to o"crstown, inllcrkscounty Thence to Pmsborough ;

V'EAMN.fuL'Il ; borough Meeting houses, to East At- Iloicomb's Settlement, to llarpers- ; From Statesvillc to Lincolnton{ to

:1YIlI'DOLLARS II' ,s det fl..H.dIX}><\11111111I inoiith.4, m autancp, FIve; |if thborough ; ville ; From Allentown in Leigh: county, cross the Catawba river at Thomas

l( ')Ll.AR-i H.ll be m; Ircd.I' From Greenfield, through Shel- From Salem to Union village ; through Hellerstown and Quaker- I Ferry ;

: Al1verlircmr'dtrte.t[tOI.J.\1t for t-verv cuuBpicuoiir.lv l"ininrer' \lines\; atONE burne, Buckland, and Hawley, to Savoy From Monticello, via Fallsb'irgh town, to Charleston, in Bucks county; I From Rockingham :o Chcraw, in

lurtn 'jr- 'a ertlOj, and FIFTY Cf.NTd ; and Nevetsmk, to the Post: Office From FoglesviMe! m Lehigh county I South Carolina ;

for f oh c ,ut'luance-longer' ones in pro- I From Ware, through Hardwick, near the old Dutch Church, in the ,' through Seagersville, to Maunch From Ashvilk-, North Carolina, by

portion.ALL KINDS OF !I Pattersham, Athol, and Royalston, in town Wawasing ; Chunk, in Northampton county ; ; James Allen, to Check's:: crossroads

!I Massachusetts! and Richmond and From Poughkeepsie via Fishkill Fron Coatsvlllo! through Cochran- in Tennessee. '

D1t :! 1Jf.tJlfI: : I r|: Swanzey, in New Hampshire, to Plains, Stonnville, Patterson, Elm, ville, hell tlliantowo, and Don Run, IN SOUTH CAROLINA.From .

1HANKHJLLY RECEIVED AND NEATLY EXicrtu > ,I Keene. Mdltown, and Millplams, to Danbury i to Chnjraa's Post Office, in Chester Waltersborough, by May's

<' : AT TilE "GAZETTE" OFFICE, AT IN CONNECTICUT.From Connecticut ; county ; ; Ferry, on Edisto, and PirnBnjtich -
t ) Massachusetts From Miiyviile, by Mini and From Watersroot in i Post Office to
ANY OFFICE: IN THE SOUTHERN PART Springfield, Huntingdon, Orangeburir ;
jv -HE .UMO.V.X : : by Somnrs, Connecticut on the Burbank Greenfield, to the town of Erie, in count), by way of Huntingdon Fur- From Irvinsville, North Carolina,

;:' :the United Stairs.Punuc .- Road, Tolland, Mansfield: Pennsylvania ; nace, Warrior Mark, and Bald Eagle : to Sparlanburg Court house ;
/: Beardley's Store, and Windham, to From Hammondsport, via South Furnace, to Philipsburg! in Centre Ii From Wahersborou h to Orange-

---.C.ii. ,,,1111'J1Ulll1'j Norwich ; 'Pulteuey East; Wheeler, West Hill, cone'y ; burgh ; thence to Culumhr.s.;

: rMrl I From Sharon: through Salisbury, West Creek, Neal's Creekand Pond F om Franklin: through .Georije- I I IN GEORGIA.

i Great Hollow, the valley of the lion- Settlement, to Rathbone Settlemeir; tow., to Greenville, in Mvrccr county i I From Macon, via'I'hout.stonPike

: satonic and Fall's Village, to North From Geneva, \Marengo, Clyde, :: I j county, Talbot Court house and Co.lumhl -

Canaan; Melvin Mills, and Sterling, to the From Upper Dublin, in LIlitToln- t t t| } s, to Montgomery; in Alabaniif;
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From Lymo, through the village of Village of Osweso ; cry rounty, by Gwynnoddaid Towanencinfi I j tt> From Lawrencevillc, Gwinnet

Hamburg, Comstock's Ferry, East From Ch.irlotteville, via SouhWoostir !to Smr.nfytown ; Court house, via Gatts' Ferry, on

Haddam Landing) Leesville, Middle ; to Davenport. I From SIIBlI1H'\'tU\:11 in; Montiron'C- ChatahClfJt' lie n\'er.P hilip' 'awl Van's

Hadd.im, Glasienbury, and East IN NEW JERSEY. 'I'i: m the Cherokee nation, to B.-nnet's

No Hartford, to the City of Hartford ; From Maurict'town to Port Eii:'t- 0, ill dw Stale of Alabama ;

[ 4.] From F.rmirilon, hy Sudbury beth ; coMUty' jFrolll From Columbus.by( Fort Mitchell
,'.n kf' .nuki'i : itions for the ,
f 'Pi.r.'PI"I II
jiav i-ent of ifif Uevoiiitionaty: ando'.ir ;Meeting House, to Granby : From phi] tdclIiia, by Camdoi; the Trapp, in Montgomery via Fort Gaines, Early l: Court house

-nsionf-rs t,*' tin- U'lited State;. From Robins' Inn, Volumown, by ; V/ondbury, Mullico Hill: Woodstown county, by Skippack, Towamensinjr! to Decatur Court house ;

7ir it enactt'.d; hy the Senate and Griswold's Meeting house, to Jow-- i Allowaysfown and Roads- and Lei y's Store, to Line Lexington ; From Madison, Morgan county

//,?use of Representatives t J the Uni- ett City ; town, to 'Greenwich ; in Bucks': county ; via Covington, to lloHroeValtotl

ttd Ffults of America, tn Congress From \Vin; ham Old Court House, From Hdckctstown to Hope, Warren From Norristown: in Montgomerycounty Court house ;

tiwmblfj, Tli.n follewiug t sums through Mansfield: and Wellington, County ; by thu Bird-in-hand, Tar- From Athens to Monroe, Walton

be, tui-1 1 they art- ht-rtln. rospectivel to Stafford Springs.IN Fiom Newton, by Stillwater, to 1 rence's Tavern, the Buck, the Gene Court hon\e ;

..pfruf.lllatcd; toward, the military setl VERMONT. the Store of Smith and Bristol on ra Wayne, aiul the Widow Gr-av's From JuTor, :'\on, in Camden couu-

\', .. of till! "vo.ir CiW thousand fight From Bellow's Falls, through Sax- the Delaware, near the mouth Flat- Tavern, to Manayunk: in Philadelphia ty, to Bellovieu- said county.IN .

1)) 01 ..irJnd 1 t\"i'in\\ oighr!. nnd for the on's River Village and Athens, to brook, thence to DiJ) man's Ferry, county ; INDIANA.

o.'i'Tts., \ Udlnuijig, ''hat ;is to s.i; v : Tovvnsho.nd ; and by Baisville, to :Newton ; From the house of John Blair, on From Fort Wayne to Cary\li3.

For thin PC'nsiuil of the Revolution From Arlington, through Sand- i From the city of Burlington, in the the Turnpike, in Huntingdon: county, sionary; Establishment :

St 'It':, in addition tuII unGxpe-.nded From Chelsea, through} Vorshire! +j Pemberton, V inc l1town, and ; C'rawfordsviilo
by Blakosburgh, to -
b. I n I'o of forniff appropriations; of by Portsmills, to Thetford Meeting'IT I Mediord, to Swain's Tavern, in From E.'ston, in Northamptoncounty ;

fr *. luuulifd ,ui:! MXIfour_ thousand :. 'i ii, Evorsh'tiH: in tIll" (cnuntv aforesaid.IN I by }Morgan's! Best's, Stout's, From Fredonia to Princeton :

dt' l.trs, two hit -dit'd and thirty six From Guildhall! thr.>u<:h Burk, j; PE\: SYLV'\0IA. and bumuel Lcidy.s, to Hellerstown ; From Rushville, by Shelbyville to

th'USdl1ll doll.is.. SuttoII. Barton, and Jril bur;, hy the. 1I j 1 From l 15-ickw.iIter'a( by Charleston, From Berlin!: in Somerset county, Edinburgh! ;

Fv1 tho invalid and half pay Pensio Episcopal Church, in Berkshire: tu to Wei* Chesie.r ; I through Southampto.i Township, to From- Nc; leg 'i1le to Crawford:

,,('rs, in addition to a balance of Si. A1 buns ; I From [;1Itl'r! to Froeport ; Cumberland, in the Siatu of Maryland -
ville, cotmyctinw!, a post route from
ono 1 I'uudrod and forty ono thousand Fiom Richford, by Borksiiiro! From Philadelphia, by Pro\'i.1 ; Ccntreville!
Wayne passi:
doling of former, appropriations I } ono Frif(lklin, and Powell's Fails)! in I{i knee ;Me'-.ting House, Concord} \'il. From :Mount Pleasant, in V/aync by Now Castle, Henry county to.{
huuiitd l and si.xiy 1huu H1d and ninety lichgate, to the Village of St. Al-j.j|; last; ., CluuLlurd., .New London Crum:: i county, by the house of Gershornj Noblesvillo entire: ; county

five dollars.: bans ; \! Ifoady, Unrk Meeting House, Port j ICilliamsutd'l'lllman's11i11stlirourh From Vincennes, by Pcten>burgb,
A STKVCNSON, From Bakersfield' through Fairfield j': Deposit Bridge, and Belle Air, to i the towns of Ararat and! Scott, to the to Boonville.IN .
Sp raker ot the Moire ul Uepresentutivet to St. Albans ; I!!!Baltimore ; town of Depositin Delaware! county,

J. C. CALHOUN, From llardwick, ihrouuh Gieens-l!j From Columbus, in Luzcrne connly in the Mate: of New York ; KENTUCKY.
Vice President of the United Stales.
and PreMilent of the Senate.: borough Barton and Browuington to I,; I through:: Jackson, Sugar Loaf; I by From \\'('>t Chester, by Goshen, From Cynthiana, by the mouth of

Approvtd-12'1. February, 1828. Derby. iI j i Hesse Mills, through: ? Franklin, to P()oli, and King of Prussia, to Nor Raven creek, to Williamsto-vn:

JOHN WINY ADAMS. IN NEW; YORK. !j I j Hutjhesbun, in Lyromiiuj county ; ristown ; Grant county ;

[PUBLIC-No. 89.] From the Village: of! Skeneateles, j'i From Waisontou n, ill Northumber From Muntroso, the most direct From Greenville to Owensburg ;
An set to establish certain i'ust R'aJ3, via j laud and Brush. iu the Statemil' From Greenville to Elkton ;
: Sempronius, Luck, and the ViI- ; county, through Sugar route to Bingh.imlown,
a, d to discontinue! I'hersI'.c l Ia.of Groton, to Ithaca ; I Valleys; to Bellfonte, in Centre New York. From Franklin, Simpson county, to
it tnactcd ltIle Senate and Lebanon! Tennessee tho of
From Ilillsdale Post Office down way
I!, sc nf Representatives of the Unitut I county ; IN MARYLAND.From .
the of the the From P IIttsville; in Schu\lkill county ;
.' Valley Taghkanic! by I Hereford, in Baltimore county
taIlS America in
of ot't
Congress From Knoxville, in the State
Copake and Ancram Post Oflices, to through Danville, in Columbia: by Slade's Tavern, and Upper
Qs mbled That tho
following be Tennessee in
passing ,
' tsV..luhslltd.ls: Post Roads. the post road from Pou hkeepsio to county, to Pennsborough, in Lycu- Cross Roads, to Belle Air, m Harfoid
Salisbury Campbell county, thence by the salt
' : ming
county ;
I.N MAINE.Fran : w county ; works of B .>. & Co. the
; on big
I From the Village of New Ark, by : From Burlinpton. .hy way of Derii From Frederickstown, to Wolf .tty
D'in.irijscott Mills
: by WestJllorson south fork: of CnniborK'nd rivet -
i to
f the most direct route, to the Village i ah rail's, John Pran'St Scovil Bailey's vine, in Frederick county: ; '
dud Vr'intiMir, to Palermo; : and D.,vidRoss1 Mon.tio.fli:, in \\- :Iyue county, in -tliiiStale
of Levi
Fron UVu'milc1 Eastbridge ; Taylor's, From Prince Frederick, to Benedict -
; Chuton Al- ,
' From Veroua, via Cicero, to Cato to the Post Office in Alba, ;
Lon: i id F-eed-, to Behast. ; From Madison ville; and Wilson'a
Four Corners. Bradford county ; From Harford, by Port Deposit!
F fol" iu..nfc.<. Point, by Dixfield, mill, to Princeton ;
From Lima via Fowlersville andBradley's. From Cattawissa to Bloombunjm
North East.
Bridge to
Carat)&., : unh Livermore, East Li- F.om Bardstown by New, H-iVoa
Four Corners, to Pembroke Columbia County,thence through J er-
venuore, Waynu, and VVinthrop, to I IN VIRGINIA. and Ilodt geoville1 to MunfordviIIe in
and White Hall to PcnnsboI -
: ,
A oIgua! ,':; and that so much of the I ; seytawn From Millborough to Stouington'son Hart county ; ,
From Keesville, via Port Kent, to I rough in Lycoming county ; Bull Pasture intersect the
route Irom Readfiold to Rumford to route From the Yellow Banks, in Kentucky
Point, as interfere with this route, Burlington, in Vermont ; From Stroudsburg, in Northampton from Staunton to Beverly ; to Rockville: in Indiana ;
' From Delhiv by the mot: directroutp. county, through Stanhope, iu Pike
bf (un'illlJed ; From Scottsvillo to Little York, in From Elizabethtown i in IIa-din;
to Cooperstown county, Covington and Abington, in ,
From Augusta, through South V.ts- Alhemarle county ; Greens-
county, by Hudgeuville, to
From Watertown via Evans' mills Lucerne to tho Great Bend
county, ,
slhorou; h, South China, Palermo, From Traveller's Repose to Pocahontas burg, iu Green county;. .
Philadelphia Governor De in
:' North Palermo, Montville, North Antwerp, Susqnehannah county ; Court house : From Burlington, in Kentucky, to
! Kalb, Heuville, to Ogdonburg ; From Deerfield, in Tioga county,
Svtrsmoni, and) Belmont, to Belfast ; From Lexington, up Buffalo., to Aurora, in Indiana :
From Potsdam via Norfolk; Mas- through VVrestfield to Harrison in
Ross Furnace Jackson's river
Flom Green to Farmington ; up to From Morganfield, by Crooked:
and the Canada Potter
Hogahsbiirg, to
fc rom Standish, through East Baldv Covington ; creek Post OJIice, to Salem ;
line at St. Regis From Harvey Cornwell's on
4'I Scbi;!o, Bridgetown and ien- ; From Wheeling to Mixville. From Mayfield, by Prior's unU, ndWinninghum's
From Malone via Moira Crooked Close's Set-
Bangor Creekthrough
From Bath
nj k Martinsburgh to
tc Fryehuig ; ; : till to nic nan, atMdI's
Brashier, and Stockholm<< Potsdam tlement, to Deerfield, in Tioga county I
; via
F From Monroe Court House
tin P irsonsfield, through Porter I f Poiut; on tho Mississippi: in
From Ithaca, on the most direct : Lick the Falls of Great
and i he westerly of Brown- creek to Hickm.in
field, to Fryeburg part route, via the head of Seneca Lake, From Muncey, by Hugh h Dunley's, Kenhawa river, thence to the Pint From HnhkitrsvilleChristiancoun-county ;
; and Joseph Tomkins1 Hammonds- Moses Foreman's to Jersey Shore
to ;
From Augusta, through Belgrade, Office at Gawley's Bridge ; ty, by the Cerulean Springs, Trigg

Rome, New Sharon, Industry, andt port ; Lycoming county ; From Greenhill Campbell county, county, an t 'Millville Caldwell coun-
\ From South Sparta, via Liberty Frou: Jersey Shore in Lycoming via Ferrei's; store Bark lalc's .
:\\ Vineyardto New Portland tore, t ;Princeton; V
; ty ;
From Fern Sharon Industry Corners, Prattsburgh, and Toultency, county, through Nippe Nose Sugar and Meadville, to Halifax: Courthouse
through From tho of Monroe in
Hotel ,and Brush in
Wayne ; Valleys, to Aaronsburg,
New Vineyard, and New ; county ot Hart, to Bell's, at the Three
From via Mead Creek Centre
Por-land Hornby, county ; From Middleburg, Luudoun county -
Kin3field ; Erwin Addison Woodhull and Jasper From JohnsonButekeyy's Forks, in: the county of Barreu ;
: WUliamsport, by \\ county
From to arreutoD
the Great Falls in the Stateof Fauquier ; From Shelbyvillo to the mouth of
to Independence ; Carpenter's Mills John From Giles Court house to Taze-
Hampshire, to the Little From Bath via Cool's Marshall's Mills Ross Valley I- Six; mile! creek, and from thence toThcobald's
F"ll, in Lebanon Maine.IN Prattsburgh, Wyssel's well Court house, via mouth wf East I .
Corners, and Pcnyann, to Ovid ; to Trout Run, in Lycoming coun- river ;
From Russolville in
Logan coun-
From Milford;! Dunstable From Liberty via Samuel Tag- ty ; From New Glasgow: in the countyof ...
to })('rn. through g ert's and Vanfassin's Mills, to Lima; From Lmvrenceburg, in Arm- An/.ierst, via Sandidg Tavern, ty, to Franklin, in Simpson\ county '
From Geneva via Seneca and to Mercer, in Mercer thence to Scotiville, in Allen county
F runt Farmington to Dover strong county, Pedlar's Mills, Wauhg's Ferry, and
From Concord Chichester; Bethel to Rushville ; county ; Whartou's Mills. to Liberty,Fin the IN OHIO. .
1)"Mield, Barnstead, by Strafford Bar-, From Richmond, by Spring.\Va- : From Greenville, in Mercer coun- county of Bedford.IN From Palmyra, by Paris to Park-

ri 'gion, and Dover, ter, to Dausville ; ty, to Hart's Cross Roads, in Crawford NORTH CAROLINA.From !lilt..u ;
Madbury, to ; .
From From North Almond, to Dewitt'sValley county ; From C-inton in Stark county, toDeertield
Walpole Drewsville I Smithfield, by RaifortTsBridge
by I '
Langdon ; From VVarrington to Sngar Grove, ., in Portage county ;
and Alstead, to Marlow ; to Stauntonsburg.From .
From Lower Bartlett Addal1 From Almond via North Almond, : Warren county ; Beaufort via St1ackleforLl'sbanks I From New Lisbon, bv Unity,
through -
s' and Pinckhamfe Gra, tto Ran- Allen, Hunt's Hollow, and Portage, I From Harrisvillc to AVhitesto\\nin to Portsmouth in Canerelt I to Greersbutgh, in the State of Pennsylvania .

}'!h ; to Pike ; Butler county ; county ; ; .

From Haverhill, through Bath and From Northampton to Northville From the mouth of Anderson's From Waynesville to Sevierville, I From New London, in Huron county

\Inan. to Lyman Bridge, thence to Post Office thence through the Creek, in Clearfield county, along Tennessee ; : to Lafayette ; '

\er Village, in Barnet Ver- towns of Hope, 'V cUes and Lake the State Road, to Kittanning, i iu From Currituck Court house, to I I From )Marion by Big lsaud! to

Mont ; Pleasant, to Seth Witmore's ; Armstrong county ; Poplar Branch ; 'JoIlefontaiiiH ;

,,Frotn GlenYille, by Bethlehem and From the Village of Owega, via From Shrewsbury by Mechanics- From Pitlsborough to May's ; From Haidin, hy Wapauahkonuetta -

Itefit>ld, to Lancaster Speedsville, to Slatcrville ; burg to Peachbottom, in Yorl county I Thence to Evan's bridge, to cross: iud tor t>- Mvn, (lo Defiance ;

IN MASSACHUSETTS. From Chester Post Office, via the ; Deep river ; From C: .rk ; the, by Rochester

R From Taunton to Providence, by Village of Sugar Loaf, to Warwick ; From Hamburg, in Berk's county, Thence to Buffalo Meeting house ; and Hopkiiis.vile, to Twenty-mile
e '
obo\b villa o n Q j. From Canandaigua: to Gib onville ;; j I r through .M1lcKeanburd, Srhnylkill 1 Thence to Fayetteville-reiura v'jI l Stand ;


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i. ''iriv- The captain oTtho Oriop, arrived at Private letter received
: 1 separated from us-we i I in Pari .
From Fairfield in the county of see her dependent N. York, states, that "on the 21st of nounce, that tTieConititutionaI arm
Green Monroe \\ C" L lJANY. en from our homc-h ll'lesg, while becalmed the Southard I had quitted Oporto bad passed "'-q
by to Troy ; who} July) to thfroet
=: the charity of our parents, : I I and arrived safely in Galliera Jerl
I From Wilmtngton, by Jamestown, = Prom the Virginia; Herald.: have on rejoiced at our industry, and its if St. Michael l he was birded by a I I ;ing not less than four thousand, still|fi';;

to Springfield from the shore sentVith; letters : died men. Get,. ,
; HENRY MENDON, natural 1 CoiBeq ence-prosperity T boat Egina, who COIIlIIlA",,__
From Newmarket by George- Or the Victim of Intemperance ; dear wife, one whom 'from the American consul. Thomas I in that pro'rillcCttiade them lay oajj
Yet let
I town and ni ginsi>ort, to Augusta, in your' informed arms, andgranied them. a o> "*"
v loves
A FACT. I 'once "lo d-and who now Hickling, Esq. was by a and provisions, informing them *

i 4 the State of Kentucky ; Stay, mortal, stay ; nor heedless thus you yon tell that thireritf be the case, ,'gentleman from the shore, that all the might wait for the decision of the thlt.".il

? From Hi11 borough,by Petersburg! Thy sure destruction seal voVtieswt you from 'this alarmingpractice western islands hud declared in favor gue.e Government respecting f1) p?|'
unless I _
to Greenfield Within thai tup There lurks a curse, r J
; .
to I of Don Pedro. A Portuguese frigate
Which all who drink ihalt eel !
;From in the of Lo- ,
fr Elyria, county I excess was lying off and on, with three OMETi
Eaton Colombia It was a ploasant day in the month : !t"
trwiby Stron-rville ..
Governors board sent out Don .i.Extract
and on by
June"when I descended the hill,' "f But his parents' tears
of leter
Royaltdn Bricksville to Boston, in of a fromAnthony
of timities...-his wile's rrows and entreaties Mignel), which was not allowed to
the that leads to the delightful village dated
county.Portage 1
t ;
and boat's
1 From"Tiffin in Seneca H -= en its southern side. I had vere alike unavailing--alike land. An officer crew, Cc ?d. Gibson. Arkantm
i the.happi'ness of his who had landed from the frigate at Jufy, I
Ire "dfsfsgarxJed 828.
and always !
f Greenfield. ... often visited this lfttlo spot, .
I Jfeand his Mary. This Terceira, had been imprisoned. TIm "Gen. Chilly M'Intosn and twent-J
\ JN TENNESSEE. admired the neatness. of its situation ,rjarentsThi. : I of In'.tiansha're !tt,
fiardened his heart and he frigate had been at Madeira, and attempted our beei 011 :\.
3 3t1 i That the mail route already established ; but it never appeared beau vice had I falo hunt; and after an absence ott

.\ .' from McMinnvifle, in 'Van-en tiful as at this time. The lake that :continued 'to raise dIe deadly chaliceto toftand a governor at that days, returned with the ta.toftwiQtl'

,. by Davis' Mills'to 'Shelby- stretched along its eastern extremity, his lips-to'sacrifice e'very-enjo). place, but V as driven off. The inhabitants buffaloes, which they :Th7
county, .
ail armed themselves about six hundred buffaloes/
.t ville in Bedford shall by was as still and as calm as flie" little ment to his unhallowed pur ose. were Iud !
cotnrty pass mense number ( deer
o whilst
dim and intended to resist the
to utmost.
: PIaI stream which meandered His once: intelligent eye became 011I, "
'slowly 4
;; way of Lumley's! Stand, and Noah'sFork would have kilk-d more, but bIhe
.\ .Post.Office ; through the village, and emptied Itself and expressive, and his once interesting He also informed, that a Brazilian ; means of bringing the meat bOnle".

> From Rogersville! to Tazc vill ; I into its placid waters-save now and countenance was 'suffused with the (herra.)' brig'was cruising among the ry horse having as much as he CIIQd'CIJ} '"'"

J "From 'Jackson to Mount Pinson, : then a light breath ofwilJd'w ifd.pass crimson hue of intemperance. His islands, and r6bbing'vesseh! : of every "1. A second party will go Out :

J thence to Purdy's Office, thence to across its silver bosom, as the iittlo creditors came upon him in an unsuspecting nation promiscuously. There were month the, Indians when they are delighted anticipateAll with tUuch Jpor

i Lexington, thence to Perryville, Perry rippling waves :glistened 'in t the sun moment-took all his property no American vessels at St. Michaels.Frew try, which is rich and well calcul.tlfd thh

l county ; beam. The heavy foliage of poplars, not even sparing his dwelling! and the Lottdon U' kly..Times. our people, who can live well by ,, _

w7 :;A From Springfield, in Robertson as their tops \\' ved .gentiy iin. the his wife, with her child. was obliged The Catholic queti01t.Ve have ture and huntiu- We have no (' t(

!I county, via Cross Plains,. to Galkitin breeze, by the little 'white dwellings to take up her ,residence under her. -heard, from an authority that'.never shall their wfieruig have roasting, as the ears crops of look well" We

$ in Summer county ; I which they surrotifitted, 'gave'it 'n romantic father's roof. Meanwhile, Henry, I yet misled us, some hints 'as to the week!,.out of new..ground cultivated corn j U ijL!

li From Harperh 'Pb t Office, in and tasty Hpp'earancc,'which I rendered desperate by misfortune, to I: probable course that'is to be taken March latt. We have some good gl1'detr

4 .,lI |; Williamson county, by the way of could not' Inn admire. drown his sorrows, plunged into still vith that question ; and a's they have with cucumbers,lettuce, radishesplwt.lf

is Gideonville, CivirOrder Post Office, 'u There is little Mary Menrfon," deeper excess, and at l last, at the nge not yet appeared in any'print that we Irish ndd sweet&C.potatoes Co I., beaus, r U,

Sj FishingfordFarmington, New Hope said my friend, George Garntl, whom of thirty, fell this ohco esteemed and have seen, we may as well give the "a 1500 f atermeIens bush>ts, corn, which Breariy weed harrp wiU,!...

I Post Office, to Fayettcville ; Pwis to cccompany to H-, on a beloved young man by sIte sin''ofINTEMPERANCE. substance of them :-1. There never since I have been here." _

From Franklin, by Hightower's visit.U As true as Yes it :Is will be another formal debate on the' "\\ t' have ftad a deputation ?f ela"w

8 Store, Hurts' CrossRoads, Cedar the little sylph Don't you see her 11 .His wife and Mary still live in the Catholic'ql1'Cstion hi either House of Indian amongst of alllndian us, who claim tob rie
C' Spring Post Office, to Robertson by yonder white house, in the gardw ?. little white dwelling opposite the one Parliament. 2. The Duke of Wellington grandfather our Public Square with them, Ina IWeDtlt

j! Post Office in Giles county ; I Lovely girl she reminds nu of ler we saw ,her enter, which belonged to will before long open a communication talk. They presented beads and tObl"eW,

j| *-- From Dy rsburg to Johnsville! and once happy mother and once rpsp ct- Henrj's father. Harriet will not long whh the Pope for the vhieh WAS received in ancient foraleceived : an.,)

J: Tcrret's'Ferry, to Troy ; ed father. There she gues ; did you survive his ,death-the afflictions she mutual adjustment and security. 3. presents ofthe same artirtesu;

K .t From Chota, in Monroe county, toP not see her enter at that green door, had passed through, and the trials The Pope is most anxious for such an licipate turn. ,All difficulty this is jig with lit ; sand of we the do Dot a;

: --Franklin in-- -Havwood- countv... North as she came from the garden ?" slehad enduredhave taken the bloom adjustment -as sha.ll satisfy all parties. "tribes. We shall H juid all any a'fliaatti,radiai:n;

;:..:: Carolina w; 0 "I see a pretty, blue eyed girl, fnm: her countenance, and death is 4. Stipends 'will be allowed to the h'as been my advice" tu the.Indians! _.
r.1.1 I
.. [ with cheeks I but f&t her form." priests. 5- The will be are. however, a mirnber of Indians "
... ., From Kinston, iu Roane county, rosy' replied preying on angel ;, arranged wboj,
.',1 i f"'t"...".. :? ,f. S by the mouth of Paint Rock creek, what renders her such a favorite of: After tarrying feW days in H-, without any very great difficulty -: not respect a war the expedition rJrhtC..o! .ny.to pation; tW

'a-'Ii....;p.q I Pine creek, and Philadelphia, tOjTelj yours arc you acquaiuted with tho we reluctantly returned home, & nothing or loss of time. 6. Tho Duke : and go upon character of waniors, and ginthe wjU Daiil

"..:' J lico, in Monroe county ; little charmer 1" mote was heard of Harriet Wen- ,, will apply to Parliament for a Bill of! any person's scalp, and run the" ..iikoflDtconsequencel. t

:". ... :: J. From Athens in McMinn county You shall have her history," said don, & her sweet little daughter, untilI Indemnity, and get it as a matter of: ."-:1:abaina JouTn ,jllJ.t

'l.!'.r....l;rt.J.)II'.<( by Cowan's Ferry, on. the Hiwasset he, u as it.is short, but not uninteresting was by 'accident called again to visit course. I I Columbia, dvgwl 23.-A part of i fy
... .';.r. .. 1 : 41 In the little have seen the manifesto and to Fort Mitcrieil have arrived a: the railer
:0 .. If From Memphis. in Shelby! county, by but peaceful mansion for these whose history had given it proclamation i
'......:.' !'''';. StMurneriille, in Favette county, Bolivar, which you saw the little girl enter an additional interest, I was informedthat of Joss Lccio TRAVASSO VALUES, Captain place.-The object for which they are MS
': ; 1' in General and Governor ofthe Island of Madeira is not known here-som** say it is to forttg: t1
Hardiman :
h:" 1'urdy, in McNVrry
..',r. "TI..:: county, HardinsviJle, in Hardin county, to that I have expressed so much interest Mary was happily situatodwith a dated June 22, 1828, in which he the emigration ofthe Indians to the West.

.-,..k,'.,;;.'d[ .. Florence, in Lauderdale countyAlabama ; for, once I lived Henry MenduH! 'beloved husband, who was worthy of makes known hu adhesicm'tt.! Don Pedro. others, that it is to protect the lower con ''tJ

..'h\....... ;"."1 j From Morgan Court-house by the Sthiid- the pride of his parents, and an ornament her and was enjoying the pleasure that and exhorts the people to be faithful to that ties from the depredations of the tcbti\
' .. .f'; Store Hillham in Ovt'rtoll Prince, and to resist! al! the advances and We have heard that they are ;0 be undo
. to
..:,- ;to. ',10tt.'It S, lug cccuty : to the happy society in which it her parents once enjoyed in the santo
: t of the control of Cot Breariy and we km
.. From Jamestown Monro- attempts Miguel.
"". ; was his good fortune tu have been dwell that her mother had
', ing ; lone also been told that to be underexclusive"
'f '.r From they are &
;+ ShounS Cioss lluatls Ttuu.ec.
.Jt'l. : :
.. :.I... From the New York Gazette and Mercantile
situated and h -
.I ; as he was naturally of a the drtion.ofthe The!w.
. ;; to Atmigton, in Vii ii.n ; : Sifll'C sought narrow :: Agent.
..l'ifI'"":r. '!to. r From Lindon, Marcngo county, toy gay and 'lively disposition, aflabl" and! :iH the peon sods were resting overlie Ait'trficr. I I tor. we' hope is not the fact, for this never .
f" .-;.: : y, 1 Greenville, in Butler county, Alabama ; easy in his manners, he moved iu thf ,' reniiiin: which had been deposited From Europe.The : since his residence in. the! Indian fttioo

..,.I'."., ,! 4 From Canton, in AViicox county, to brightest and most beloved parties of tliu side of her husband packet ship Josephine. yesterda has never been invested with JIG"<
J',.::;.& ::I! Grf nville. in flutter county, AUhama ; j by in an from Belfast, whence she sailed on .the : which he has not wielded against therijin

.:J.I .i'I..' ,..', From Nashville, by Chajiottr, Smithvjlle : innocent mirth and flilurity.II I timely). .i. rave. 25th of July.-We ha\'e been foroured aud interests of this State. .
..;....;.,'! '..:'' "01,, Hornbur f>" tlrny's Terrv" ?aris'1 Such, at the age of twenty-two, j f PrcT .'..;.-A French constitutional) with He Hast papers to the 24th inclusive l Philadelphia, Aug. 27--TheCJ
::'&;;rl and Dresden. to Hickmnn: on the h:ft was Henry Mention ; and such, ot'j' containing London datrsuf the 21st and
S. of
VVar Vandalia
n priest'rho' had small! Sloop IJ
,; t t... i; of the Mississippi. usually a very with advices;
.: .11 the fairer and weaker: sex, at the age Liverpool to the 22d,_ rhe .
.. .i,4. ; IN ILLINOIS. .lodience! was cue day at launched yesterday afternoon]
"r j } do furnish
: not of
il"' t' of papers any news
. ...f...:.;,;(. From McClanrsborough by Cnnii. ,.> eighteen, was lovely harriet I j I the 'church in his wh the the Yard. The V. went oI 1
zr\ village; :'n, I Il importance. The subject of the Tariff avy
......" ', :' ew in the AslJey, to whom he had his
,. L[| Haimony State ofli'diami ; long paid
was forward in the House a beautiful style. She is siipoij<<
I ':'10'lI / ", 'Jof'5'hdllg ('Ciii n ga lCfl'r HJ'fisr!\ j brought of a
":;:I From Shawneetown, by the Scats of J u-- addresses and from whom! he had the
it' l '
.. ","..'.:,.... I;, tice Uallalin.) Franklin, and Wa&i.ingtoncounties happiness to learn that his love was rd! vjevj came stalling: up th J middle I had Commons obtained on the 18th.thither The Russians about seven hundred and .fifty tons. ,,
; I v advantages,
to Bellville I ci the aisi le. The avail-
; j.nMcher: Savannah
titorpa- ii:
'r'.i't! not unrequited. They ardently IQvr l without mucii sacrifice.Progress ; Frort.'itie
. ,[i Jo"om Pato Vainlalia ; : lug I himself of the circ.PoIn\taIJcc ob- The of the 19iiil "
. .. ) Prnsaqola Gazette,
r .
'_'..elp f-: From Danv-ille, in Vcrnullion end o'ln.T, ami from the similarity oftlieir oftb.. Russian. Arm .
,. to ,
..:, L .J.. cotiuty t $ 'rved that he could no !longer find ; hich is last at hand, affords some infOl'lt
-:J...!'e0. :...:J',[ Fort Claik ; hahts:: and c'i.-'f!'1/ilinn it .w. ., i : The Russian Government was naling tiou of great imporlanqe oour.mucm I J
; ;f. .,: From Sha-.vnrttotvn to Fell illt. .I / .uh.\\jth Ins district f for non-attend-j:
.-f.::' ... tire prcdictio-n of. their friends !hat I' a, considerable increase to their nava friend, respecting the Light Heussip'
.:,. .i.; .. l;s MIS4)UItI.. their IJJlj.onvould be !iar.ce ; because, thou: li they did not | force in the Mediterranean.: Three sail the coast of Florida ; the more es' tciall!
'".... From Xtw :Madr, in the StaJr of MiSOUri .:.. a haiipv on c. ; come themselves have their of the line and three
I j sailed oft
i1j' they sent heavy frigates when we recollect that at the period
i4 Hi kniM in k .. They were married and slldL'I J' i F:
to never
i. .;.: t1 iiuicU. \ id ft :jri ; \ representatives. I frob Constr.idt; on the 27th of June,three autumnal' equinox, ;
", ..:"- ..".....t thence, east, by ToUm's vi lip, to Unxdeu.Tennessee forgot the emotions of joy I 'f<-n at 1 I I more sail ofthe line and two frigates wereto With what redoubling force, the temps]
ow ."or ann from IIicl.nun) south Eat litlh find otrlt-This i is for
... ...;. l I, via the weeding The imiablc and Iwdii- I sail in the course of July. blow [
".';.a. *.,iTC -. Troy.' From to the Dvr.isbuigh.Court-house itu&iscc ; tiful Harriet Ashley! bestowed her people of weak digestion, but it is always !. An article under the head of Bucharest And watery hills I in dicad, succession Hoj
in the
-'vv'r...!. J ,,--;; Lfifiy('Ueii) At Kansas Tmitor>coni-ty, iu "long of I I I hand ana ht-ait: lI/JI tile no less accompli injudicious advice. The stomach I June lst, states that the brave Turkish A dismal shade o'ercnsts the frowning sit
....... .,tJ, ur.J other arrirrv nf Drutlow to proceedto New troubles grow; fresh difficultiesritf.j)
i Prairie, in said hcd : die'H: was
', county ; :> Henry hm don. There : nrg.uis re-I
' .
.:.....:l....:.:., From Booneville I'I Sih.mii, which Russian commanded lYe do hope that there is in this case*
' hi Cooper quire their hnei val corps
,,,. to
county 'Was not a counteiiniicein ail the lovely ofrrpo, as
' ;. !.. : combination bejtteen these and I 4
: ien.. Roth and people .
.. Ewingsviltf, in the SHITM- by ting
:: ;:. #'t.t...:..... IN Mlbs4S5PPi county.! : group that had Assembled on the as the, other parts of tho body, and if 20,000 men, nas marching to invest, according wreckers. If there be, Congn s b

.. .... t" ..?:.: From Wiiichestcr, 'jy Green C. II. and occasion, but bespoke the unison of regular and stated periods are appointed to the last offi.'ial: repot fiom the make a new definition of piracy, so II "

';:1'' ',;J1r:\;' ., -. McManus'i, to Mobik- ; their feelings vn firs interesting sight. for t.ikiug; food the appetite, by Russian head quarters. bring these human Sharks within the(

' '.'.'''1'LO 1-....,.jt.., From Jackson, by Wcctville: {ri Juyncstillej 11 lIe was presented by the father the force of habit alone will return The London Globe cf the 21st Says, j pass of it.
f' .
'::'_ .',: Willianiiibuig' ; with that little low white at these times, and digestion will follow the Continental papers which have reach : .
. ,0 \ Fort Gibson i cottage,
: From io Gailatin ; ed us this morning nring- further accounts
:. :.:"..\0:.;.. From Jackson Court-house tolo1.i1e: ; ; almost embosomed in the deep green but if the stomach is kept constantly ofhe progress and aucss of the Rus- COAlAnaiU3lAL.. 1.

"' :;;....h".-s. From Memfvitlo. by Normpn's, Ho1ns.'vilk of the locust trees that arc scattered at work on all niceties, they aiius.: Anapa the toitrcbb Asiatic Turkey -, .,

,"II..\/ ,:l3 .0::,.,:. and Krauklin, to Covingtoti, in Louis- : in such profusion around it, which I never n ill have a keen relish For food* L which was v.thca.t.J: by the force of Prices of Cotton. I IGtoajoip J 4,'

!'4 "';.; tatm From; Natchez by. the Old you see at the right of drat stream. lor a powerful aDd easy digestion. Admiral Creig and Prince PM nzikoff h&s :, July 19.-The lrannc! ,t
Court-house, which iJledical Advertiser. surrendered, and Tuleza! or Tiiltschi, a in WJ ,
this h.ive been
to Kingston gurgles through the rich and.1 cotton week vetj ,
fortress which the Knsim under
IN ..ALABAlJA.From varied rmy tens've, amounting to 277J pcb
landscape of the farm that was, Sign Extraordinary in !
-wag the the
imnediatecumiuand: of limperor
1. and T
Guntei's prices are \< pound higher.particubrl
landing to Bhwntville per
; presented with this humbles one of the Canal Boats filled with
: From Marenpo Court-houtre to Claiborne dwelling. Jeft behind, has fallen into the hands of are 14 S. Inland, 16dl I
Monroe count/ ; -They were .blessed with a (lovely passengers on the point of approaching the beaieginjg corps. The supplies of Bowed Georgia, 61 to 7 1-3 : 464 IK .

_1jb From Daletown, by Canton, to Green- child-I can almost see them now, a low bridge, sung out. "All stores apd provisions which have been I leans 65-8tol. ,i

-- Tillc. going to church, leading the little who are in favor Gnneral Jacksonfor found Brtjiillo' are represented to have I I Lmiln, JuT! 22.-The market

IN LOtISIAA. Mary Aleudon that have President will it been Very* important. Meantime, the dy, and prices rather looking up. .
we just please to signify
,: From Natchiloches, by Cantonment Jesmp Russian army, under the Emperor. has Lroetplol. July 22.-There ha* c*
{!': to Crow's Crossings, on the Sabine passed .with her rosy cheeks and by dodging, -whereupon they dodged been reinforced, and its advanced guards I ued a steady demand for Cotton

1J..J s: river ; laughing deep blue eyes, looking alternately unanimously. This sign is pro have been pushed without opposition to i past week, the sales of which amotz'

, :; r...: .. From Franklin to Clinton : with an endearing smile in bably entitled to about as much consideration Mangalia and Co zgoun. These places : about 16.500 haps consisting of i

:i i.t r From NtUchitochea lo the Caddo Agen. the face of her happy parents.Peace as most of the "signs" in are about halfway between Karassa: and Mowed at i 7-8 to 7 3-8il,chiefly t6
I cy.From Tallahassee FLORIDA to St. Marks. smiled in the secluded dwelling, favor of the rival candidates. Bazardscbis, the first place where thereis for middling to good fair; 1900 Or
that the
.t they lived the any appearance Turks will 6d to 8d, chiefly 7id to 7jd. for
From Pensacola, by Pike Court-house, in happiest ofthe happy "Going the whole Hog." make a stand.It I fair and 6* to'''
3990 Mobile
,: Alabama, to Fort Mitchell in -the admiration if all good ; At
!r wuo( knew MARRIED. !
Alachua Court-boust Thursday the was generally believed that Ibrahim 90 Sea N'nnd, 14$ to 15id., The im

'.-:)..w.A.If.li... creek to Jacksonville ; via Black them.'' 24th till by Charles Miller Esq., Mr. Pacha would shortly evacuate the Morea. during the week are 24,760: bags.

p... ;."! ,k From St. Jbhnstown. or Bluff to St. Au Things were in this happy situation Uriah Markham, of Stark county, to France.-The l-'rtnch Chamber of Peer The demand for cotton has: not ktt I
; ,;: when Henry first have terminated the deliberations on the since the of the last
;! gun ut>. IN MICHIGAN. wos discovered Miss Elizabeth Adams of Augusta sailing
'. From Monroe by the way uf Raisinville! to be in the habit of indulging in a township, Colutnbiana ; project of law respecting the journals. and sales are moderate, at generavious !!/ ,

i. !to.. Kidtie t Giove, and Adrian, to Tecumsfch, small dram, 'social glass' of county. The censorship, the monopoly of journals prices though so firmly sup;
ft I.' ; in the Territory of Michigan ; in the spirits The bridegroom being a staunch and a Idw of tendencies (as to libel,) No important change has occurred

,it!.(';...'. From Detroit, through Mount Clemens,, morning. Nothing was said, Adams man, and the Justices of the have all been done away. The French wise; but generally ,.roducs w J"lf.
.lr.t.':"r,II...::. to Fort Gratiot. or thought of it, at luSt ; but it was Peace iu Augusta true Jacksonians, nation is not divided by unequal laws ; prices declining.
JIf..1o.tt. From Maumee. in Ohio, through Bliss- soon apparent that this habit he took I and the people instead of quarrelling ,1'
!.......,". was the bride over into Stark Sale, 9.f cotton fron l2rA tQ Iv l
'. Geld, Tecumscb, Salinah, and Ann Arborto growing him with each other, ate united in rectifyingthe
\';..T.,'.:..-' Pontiac ; His upon to an alarming de county, purposely to have the nuptial ,I defect of their constitution. July.-Total of all kinds 16,470bchnllOK'
:" gree. family concerns became knot tied Sea Wands 90 bag". at J
II "S : From Detroit to Ann Arbor. ne- by a friend of John Q. j
.. .'"''": glectedhis beautiful ; From the New York Mer. Adv. Sept. 2. 20 5-8 Upland 8210 bags 5 1-8,1
rio ;
: Adams.
f//...: r : Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That cottage longer : -New Lisbon Patriot.
.*p. '. the following routes be, and the same are presented the woodbine and ivy uniting : -'-- Latest from Europe.The Orleans,. 1990 bags 6 a o ; !.bl

'. J htttbv. discontinued. their beauties, as they twined' packet ship George Canning, Capt. bag8. S a 7-

:.(:'r: I:1 Cci IN NEW HAMPSHIRE.From around its windows ; the farm that ... iUIiN.FromtheN.Y.lWercanlilt Allyn, arrived laSt evening from.Liverpool Jnh 23.The great proportion y .
'i VI *
Walpole, by Alstead Acwortb --:-- H bringing of of the week's business trifl'
!'!, S to ; had yielded him papers that place 24th, past was
: nod so much of the route from Acwortn, by a competence, wits. Advertiser' and London papers to the 23d July inclu. tbe early part of it, and since thc re
Lwapiter, and Unity, to Newport ; as lies now fast running to waste. Large palest from Bremen.-The fast sailing sive. They contain no political intelligence inst. on which day there wai: aVI ]

4 between Acworth nnd Unity. debts were contracted-his creditors; brig Lady Adams, aniyed.Baltimore on importance. demand and forge sales, the 0

; IN NEW YORK. observing that he was ruining himself' Monday evening, having left Bremen on The cotton market was again languid.The have been scarcely bevoud an a\'cC'i 11q
From Charlotteville, vii JcfTcvscn the 19th of July. The Editors of the Balri- Customs bill and barelY
to.. were daily new from the Commons 2000 bags per day, at :
llarpersCt-ld : growing impatient, and to mOre American received papers to the 17th.A passed the House of Lords on the rates fur the current description*
!: From Waterloo.to Clyde. crown the whole, he was cruel to the St. Petersburg date of the 4th July ylators have taken a share in till (

:: IN PENNSYLVANIA.So wife of his bosom 1 see you shudder states that on Ihe 29th June, five line of 21st.Th> French papers inform us that an attempt tions lo the exdnt of about SOW 1

much of tbe route from Sttribury, by at the relation-but to have teen battle ships and four frigates sailed from Tva"s lately I made by thr. Turks on Samoa week, and a small scale' Jubteq 1\
ii : Liberlypol and Cattawissa, to Ncsco'p ck, it, to Have heard the mild Cronstadt to reinforce the Russian squadron in which they were defeated, chiefly op sale! ;. \
& eataltliihed hy the act ofthe third March i accents of in the Mediterranean under Count through the bravery of A"m.: Miauli and Baltimore, Jlttguti 29.A bC
: eighteen hundred and twenty-seven, us lie* lovely Harriet, as sheurgd him:: Heydrn. Another squadron of two line of the Greek fleet, and left 1500 prisoners, he- hairs fi Ahbama Cotton has' .;,;- '
: between CattawiRi and Nescopeck. by aH the ties of nature and love, battle ships and two frigates was fitting side their lulled and WUUlld d. Iu Continental at 10i a 11 cents oo tiro* (

lf lI A.: STEVENSON, to renounce the fatal draught, (which out, and would sail in July for the same Greece the Turks have also experienced lb. 10 ; Upland, fair qualitr,10.ro .. saliJ

Speaker of the House of Representatives. he had now no scruples to drink be- destination.The reverses;-They were driven out of Louisiana, 12 a 13 ; Nor*Abba(
: S. SMITH, fore her Algemeine Zeitdn !sav.H that the the city o'f. Athens and compelled to take 11 ; Tennessee! 10 r. 11 ;
ofthe Senate ,) .would have "made your 'French Government: has made a font of refuge in the Acropolis; but, availing themselves 11 s Florida, none, II. j a I2Xcvtnrf IbC,
President pro tempore. heart ache" lIve millions of francs to 30.-***
Greece and that of their elevated situation, turned Aiisutt CfIi"
Approved-24th May, 1828. "Henry," she would say, look at Russia has loaned an equal sum-which the batteries with so r.iuch effect Mgainst tions, for the .last three Ylr

JOHN QUJ.NCY ADAM i lour little innocent Mary !-could will enable Count Capo d'Istria to carry the town, trfat they: ultimately obliged the 520 hales.Tenncssee and Nc at 91' "'fr
you on the war with more \ igout', Greeks to rrlinrfuigh: its possession I. 1Q- ft Hi; cents; sea Lr1lanLlSC




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We observe a paragraph goin!' the With these crude remarks and the t Superior Court of East Florida, condemned a- -

f nts. an.1330 Bahama at 11 a 11tot1ft.r i rounds (.f the papers, porting the death I reports referred fo, I submit the : and has since been exetuted. Here is ; DIED.-Inthi. cot>, on the tth Sep-

,hI' 'H'd n12100FF.at.4phi(1 ba1p article o(. Robert Ciittenden Esq., Secretary of the question to better judgement, and an instance at which every reflecting man, lernbcr. of an Inflamation in tie chr'r,
.1/"IU81 30.-Thi ,. Tt"n itory of Arkansas, in a lenccunier with your 'Var.I who a afflicted with that horrid disease, Mr.-JoHir )tcCLu .., Ute front New Oilcans
P ,ftnue.luM. The only gtu this wt" Wharlon Rector, Enq. The National Banner that of the Secretary Drunkenness must tremble. A man of -a native ofleland.--l.ll. .
53 bales Alabama at Hi a 11 j, have the honor to be a good disposition" drunk,-kills) '
tJaU' ben of August 9th says, "The Arkansas gets At Philadelphia, en the 22d ut! the vr.nerahle -
4 ",OS. and 60 de. Louisiana at 12 cent. Gazette, printed at Little Ro k. states that your most ob't. serv't. another with whom be is "00 terms of and distinguished Judge RICH. ;

mns. The stock is small,not exceeding the report is destitute of foundation, and Jos. M. Wbite. friendship and intimacy" i* tried for Murder ARQ PETERS, of the District Court of

tiC consumption: of the place.' '' adds, '"e have never heard of any difference condemned apd hung and all for the United States for the Eastern District

Savannah, Sept 6 _Notwithstandingfu between the two gentlemen alludedto, Col. GEO. BOMFORD, the sake of a little Whiskey Pennsylvania. His funeral took place

late foreign account of the Cotton which could give the slightest grounds fort Ordnance Department. .- en Saturday afternoon, with every demonstration -
inrk is more favorable, it has caused lf' propagation of such, a report.' From the East Florida Herald. by which his fellow 'citizens could

but little" ipquiry for the article in tl"*' ORDNANCI DErARTJLLtT. Imprisonment Debt.-" A Captain evince: !their profound respect (or his memory -

nurki/t.; \'\ e have not heard ot atiy salt Jutenile Gazette..-We have received 40 Washington, July 14th: J82&L .S ofa trading ship not .
being long
5iiict' our last report ; prices remain no- pumners of this miniature paper. published I SIR,-Your letters were duly rtcerred, i iI' In New York, on the 2ht ult, DAVID
"amial at from 8 to 10 cents. Sea Ikland wetkly, by 0. Kendall! jr., Providence, R. I' and I have to offer BIT acknov&HHfementi, since in the city of Constantinople, GELSTOX Esq., in the 85th year of his

art nominai at from J4 to 30 cents. I. at 25 cents a year ; and measuring 2 by for the information t muotc te4 I II lodged at the house of a sea-faring age, fOI merry for many years Collector of

CAar/rtron. & 'I. 8-Long Staple isnomi".I 4 inches. We copy the following cpgentren I The letters will be laid befoietfc geCrvlary .1 I Turk;, One day he observed to the that port. '.

/) ities*"'C a. Jut Wrrk. In Up- on, for the political course Mr. Kendall ofWnr, when the lime for fflecriug I Mussulman, that In all 'bis walks _M.I.._ .-- _1-
the business of the week was very intended to pursue, from the second site arrives. TMs may not toirever: be -
trifliii? ; few sales were ride at 10| :& .umber. I dcne.t"br some months, as it it neceuary throughflhe immensecay of Constantinopleand lIIa.l1_vl.

jUJf1*' stfectlnr. ,which comprises rearl> "We shall not meddle much with politicsbut first, to explore the whole region of country its suburbs he had hot -

all that was' drtne. The offers dimisjr! when we do, we shall defend J. Q. A- designated by the act. An. offiqer: is seen any thing like a jail for imprison- Pott_ oi, Pensaco\a. .

she 9'e' i k were J a i cent lower thai during -1 dams as his 'name is much ghorter then : now engaged on this service, and wheq hu ment ..Tor, debtors. Christian, dog," L--: -ARRIVED18M. -. .
shall be received it will be submitted
the < viou. one, and now il is beired General Andrew Jackson, 'and we have no repoit *
; said "
pr die
uillcimnftndll I to the Secretary, .with all]) her authentic I Mussulman, do you sup- st1: .-Schr. Lady Madison, Krn-
thrr is nothing in rmrket that room for long names. .
) cents-,.-(' accordingly redact This is nil we find about politics in the information which may haire then been .1.1vbtamf'd. pose we are' .$o debased as to copy the nedy> Madisonvilfer.: La. Passengers

our quotation to 9 a luj cents. Now whole] forty numbers. ,Even this cheap paper Nazarene policy 1 We take care to Major Morgan, and several Officer of the

cotton ha yet been solo.GAZETTE. we observe, is compelled frequently Respectfully, I am, Sii, strip a debtor of his property, as far Engineer corps.19c1i.Schr...
obedient servant, Burley.
and earnstlv dun its subscribers What
as it will go to pay his just debts, hut Mark .
can he the reason that those who take G. Bomford
there we leave him.V 22nd.-Schr Maria J. McC. BakerTara-
e instantlyturn ,
will their publishersto .
: Newspapers, permit .. Br!. Col. on Ordnance Service. '
small due him loose to the world pa thy. via Appalach": la.
suffer forII ant of the sum lion, Jos. M. WHITE, of Fbl'ida. begin
from each of them It is thoughtlessness anew.. The believers in our prophetare U. S. Transport Schr.. Florida, Edw'd.

'in them, but 'lde. !l to us." Intemperance.-One of the most awful above shutting up tbeir fellow Baker., Tampa CLEARED.Bay.

Arfsnal on Mobile or ren$ oTa flap and approaching impressive to habits warnings intenperance to ,iboae who(are we men ill cages, in order to starve, persecute Sfpt. 20/A.-Schr. Eden, Smack, New

The following, which we have been favored approaching for to those who have arrived and torment them.Ve makea I Orleans. Cargo, 4,600 bricks, by Mr.Carpenter. .

with hy Col. White, while they evidence his at intemperate habits, warnings are just distinction between a man and -. SAILED. _

untiring: diligence\ in behalf of his constituents usees! and unavailing) Iftt 'y occurred in a rat. I have been in several Nazarene Sept. 19fA.Schr. Escambia, Burley. ,
will doubtles) be read with interest by St. John's County.Floirria ; tae particulars cities New Orleans '
said he, and never lookedat = .
many of our patrons. are contained in the following. -;
a debtor's prison without horror, j WEIGHING
WASHIHGTON, June 4ih, 1828. From the Eat Florida Herald.St. ,

'SIR,-The Billjor the establishment Augustine, June 18ih.-J/i/r- as 2 place where a man is degraded AT THi, IU3I5, NEW-OBLE
to the condition ofa "
'if of an Arsenal on the waters of dcr.-We learn from Black Creek, rat. TilE SUBSCRIBER, has
REMARK -1 his Turk
impudent been
---------------- become a Law, I take the liberty of ago a man of ,die name cf Sin- unqualified censure upon all) hrittinn Weigher of Cotton
1 rl'';n.V.. the of the Committee clair intoxicated stabbed countries. consider how Florida ,
: : SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1628.Veritf sending you Report becoming Only landed at the Basin, New-Orltara,
Affairs in the Senate another named that his improved upon this: Turkish policy. I
Military he
Sans Pew. on Stajf'orc', so i rrom the first of October next ; of which

,-=- -- _- to be submitted to the Sccreta": i instantly died of the wcund. A co The laws do not recpgrize the imprisonment I he hereby notifies the Planters and Merchants -

Ur.i.cd States' Laws.-ln this number of ry of War, when he makes his selec- roner's .inquest found a verdict of wilful to get for in debt.debt They to the will length permit of a man his of Florida.

1"te Gazette we complete the publication oltie tipn under the discretion confided to mitrder, and Sinclair is now in "cable tow," and then he shall have one J. W. liingey.
ffatrs '
Laws of thc United passed at the/
firft session of itie Twentieth Congress. him by the Act. I also refer you to. Jacksonville jail under tlhit, cll rge.I hundred dt/.lars to compensate him for Pensacola) 14th ftept. 1828-2 -5t.

rSext ittJtweshaIl inert the proclamation the Reporl made by the Engineers, June 25th.Intempe7ance.The.tTect I the trouble he has had, and the }lulanc

ni a Convention between the United Slates upon the defences of'thc Gulfof Mexico I I may be .made trust estate for the benefit IBII\W mI Q
of ardent spirits the of
upon : the This mori'ircfiuc'Tieut )
pas- rising generation. is a
*vu! the Rt-puMics Lubeck, Brt-men, nnd contained the 91h> volume of
,Hamburg, in tile English and French lan- in sionsmay bo likened to the influence of ot whic'i' the Turk cannot RAN A WAY from the Subscriber on
guagE ; after which we shall, (for a lime, Executive Documents, 1826-7. blood upon a voracious boast. that has boa..t. 16th inai: a Negro nun, niamedTQM
If doubt should be felt by the Additional Remark. The Law Florida i is
*iavt Hioie space to devote to Miscellaneous ;iny been once tamed. Morstiiklaginstan-, -
Geu. :such that bai!. urea for appearance, cannot be I
and Literary iticles. And here we must Secretary, must appeal to
ces than those which We are frequentlycalled fur before final
months elapse a
Jo oursrlves the justice to call the attention may q about feet 45
BERNARD Maj. KEARNEY, and Capt. I six high, year
to witness seldom exhibited decision can be had in a Justices' Court;
if our readers to a fact, which we know are 3I / of has a scar on his -,
POUSSIN, gentlemen of scienco ard j I when the debtor may show his hand full of age upper
will not strike them without our so doing: who f have i any where, and yet so accustomed I money and lauih at his creditor. If trie debt IP lip and has lost two of

-Our pi-pcr, notwithstanding the insertion eminent Engineers, exam- I have we become to tie scenes of i above ten dollars: he may take an appeal and his front t fotb., .
jf the Laws, usually contains at least as hied the country, with a view to its wretchedness which intemperance: I postpone payment to from 13 to 17 month? ; upper .
much uther matter besides the few adver- defences, and in whose reports the during all winch time tlie miserable! editor :Five Dollars Reward :

"H'rotntl with which 've are favored, as and the Nation. produces! that we ;ire net moved by j mar he 8uflVnni. in indigence; fur want of hi? will be paid for his apprehension, if taken
other size Executive, Congress, tin pdlihitiun.-\\Thcn most of the jut rights, v hicli the debfir is authorized: and I
:-orne papeisofa larger: -we use i near this City or Ten Doll&rs if found
have the fullest confidence. I do not. I encouraged by law to detain from him.'r e
maIl type and make vp close. af- I evils of life are clearly traced to the i trust thai thus law will receive early attention at fifteen miles or further, from Pensacola,

-40- profess to know much of military ficc use, : of ardent spirits .should we I tne approaching Session of our Lf'gisiature. Francisco: Moreno.
Superior Court cf JacZson Couvly.D. lairs but It to me, whether ..
} Z4J'N WRIGHT E. Q.., United Slate I. appears 1101 ::suppose} that! all the exertions of 1. .. Pensacola, '. 22r.d. Sept. 1828-'-iTransylvania -3t.
reference is had to the geographical would be the Macon, (Geo.) September G.I .- Attorney, and ADAM GOUDO.N EJO., Mar- I. !man engaged devising
fa1 of H'eit Florida, arrived in this city on situation of the country, or to a gr Ci1 moans to destroy the raging thirst :I Cotton, of the new crop, begins to University.MEDICAL .

Wednesday last, ticin WebbviJIe! where military and naval depot of the south, that exists for one of the most delete-I come to market in considerable quantities DEPARTMENT.
they had teen attending the United State there can be no doubt ol' the preference I jfpUE Medical Lectures will commence
District and Superior Court of West Florida which be Pensacola rious poibOns that ever was introduced ; thoughour mat ket cannot yei :J l *s usual, on the lit Monday of November
held at that place) on the fust Monday, ought to given I into use. be considered as fairly opened, nor and terminate on the 1st Saturdayof

of September. The Court had been in Bay.Firsta3tO. I The fatal termination' ofa rencon- the p ice established. It may be March. .

Session twelve days when these gentlemen geographical situation : tIt; which occurred at Black 'reek, quoted however at from 9 t091 ceuts, BENJAMIN W. DuDitt, M, D. on *4rw<-

!-ft Webbville, and had not then adjourned the two Arsenals most*. contiguous arc ;i as noticed in our last, adds one more a few bales have brought 10. Judging amy and Surgery.
; business had been dispatched.The I and Augusta on Institutes
Baton LoulsMua ;
at Rouge, from all the the
Hon. H. M BRACKEN-RIDGE: intendedo proof, to the almost daily instances circumstances, and Clinical Practice. \

pu.ceed to Tallahassee imin diotf.ly aft Georgia. That of Baton Rouge which occur throughout our country, prospect of a rise in price, is not flattering Joux E. Coo M. D. on Theory and

M the adjournment of the Court in Jackson il is within about two hundred miles! of, ihat drunkenness one of the greatest : the quantity of the old, crop, Practice of Medicine.

Count Mobile Bay ; and that of Augusta i is curses thit ifesis the abode of mum remaining in the hands of manufacturers -i WM. H. UICHABDSOW, M. D. on Qbtti-
-+- I five hundred miles or more, from tri and Disease of Women and Children..
rrl and others is considerable :
Sinclair\ have Scotchman :
By the latest letters s to been a -
received fiora the CUIHLIS W. SHORT, M. D. on ."[atm
lion. JOSEPH: M WHITE our Delegate in Pel.sacola. There is an and naturally ,of.a good disposition and the prospect 'of a large crop the Medico ant Medical $otan.$.

Congress, welearn that that nilcman es stPam-boat.water communication from ; and was or; terrjsof. friendship present season being fair, will prevent JAS.V.. BLITHE, D. D. Chemittry and

reeled tobt" in 1'a1cahasel'! about this tiuie. New x Orleans* to Mobile{ and aims and intimacy with Stafford, whenever any material change for the beuer.An .- Pharma cti. *..

He Micl.isukif'altend will! spend: a few days at his plantation could be obtained from Baton Rouge, reason had her unbiassed it is more than probble: that Each Professor"lectures ai1y, Sabbath
on the Court Tallahaswe. swav. .
at -
via New Orleans in 48 hours. If any those first in market will sell to the excepted. The Ticket to'the Anatomical -
in himto ,
OCfohf'f,& proceed thence to St. Au From his appearance judged ; I and Surgical Course is $20 ; each of
gnsine. to atted the JVovenjbef Term of attack was contemplated on the coastin I have been a man of strong, mind, bert idvanti'ge.Vilh the oxceptionofsoine : the others $15 Matriculation, with the

the Superior Court of the Eastern District. the vicinity of Mobile and Lake I. somewhat cultivated. TVhatever other districts, in which ihe drought : use of the Library, $'; the GraduationFee

\Ve Mrs.ate White hHppy has to learn been tliat much the health of Ponchartrain, troops would be drawn failings he had, he did not allow has been severe, the prospects in this $20. G. W. SHOUT, M. D. Dean-

though we regret that her ill health improved made, from the Mississippi, directly by the them to be put in competition with that State for a large'crop are pretty good ; Lexington, (Ky.), July 28, Ig28,

that tnn cUing necessary, which deputesus Arsenal on that river, tu defend it. ( intemperance ; aud,he would, have and the staple is thought 10 be unusu- -_- .....

cf a visit from our Delegate ibis Fall.1'le There is a small!! portion. of Alabama, given, the worldhad ho p Iesd it1 ally fair and white. Telegraph.Cominzrcially MedicalCollege

bordering on the Gulf. whilst! the Important. bill has OF
to havo been cured of the thirst: for
Brig riilCl71t.-l1C' New Mer-
York of that State lies North of been brought into Parliament, (says the
great he heard of '
mniile s.Vhm
Advertiser of 1st lht., jepublishes ardent sniri Quebec Star) which reduces the dut} on 60\1T\1 CAk\OLINA.
the acronnt we gave of the trig Vigilant! West Florida, for two hundred milesin Chambers' medicine fce resolved upon Slaves, the production either of the United annual course if lectures in this
with 32,000 in sperie being taken from extent.rJllC comoieice of this from if not above THE
'., a trial, and actualltravelled States, or any foreign country will commence on these
Key and\ ccas to Key West, by her Comand- vast region,now rabidly settling, must the place of his residence, 45 miles, our inch thirk, and nve inches broad (there cond :Monday in November next. .

er Sarah Capt. Houot-marj, of the wrecking find an outlet at Peti! acola, and, if of is no limit ns to length) to one third of the I. On.dnatptriy; *-By Jons EDWAttua Hoc
eloop IsabcJhfor foot this
the noderate pilot. ou to city forlhe purpose ,'
I the.defence and' .substantial l interests amount paid last year. EROOKr '1. I). ; .
age of 76 per ccnr. on the vesc1.ciigo, and procuring it. Early .ne morning we From the Baltimore Ameritcn.'Smuggling. .
specie, and adds "We '.IIIdcrst nd there: is of Alabama it5 1 ate consultedthe Arsenal OH Swgery.-.B\ julU KAMBAT, M. D.
no insurance on theuboir property ia New will be the waters of. found him sitting i iii OJF office, apparently :-It appears, by a paragraph On 'etrin and Ih taxes of lJ'omm
placed on :
York." laboiintz: uucbr some severe in the New Yoik Gazettethal and Childrc-Br VHUMAI\ G. PJUOLlaU,

: -.- I that Bay<# .. which is to become the inward (conflict.. His first words the English barque Lady ofthe Lake, M. D.On .
Don Onis -It is said that rccrnt dates stronghold the Gulf frontier. Looking were-"Have you Chambers' remedy which was brought into port by the Imtitvtet: and.,Practice of Medicine.Iry .
flora Madrid announce the death of Den then tc the Map, Ponsacola Bayis Shark for SAMUKL-litjrBT'DicicJo*, M D.
. for Intemperanjiel"-"Yes my United States"schOoner ,
Onis, who is well known in the United mid between the Mississippi and On Chemittry and Pharmacy.-By EDMUND
States, of a duease called the Pulmvnia, Ala friend, was the ang" er. "I am very \ landing passengers illegally, has also RAVZXZI, M.D.,
the Atlantic in its
. ,,'blch'ltS racing at that place. DOB Onis having rear glad," said he, "is it an infallible been libelled by the Marshal ,for On .}kten'a Medico.By HsifRT R.FHOST .

: left three daughters with a foitune of$200, bama and Georgia U thtt only Porton cuiel" "I hope so ; but if your disease landing goods without a permit. Mi:Pi '! .

:J 000, whicn he had saved from the profits of the whole coast iuto which a Frigate ? has become inveterate by long John Bull is beginning this matter ,0/t JV'o/bral History end BOl4IJy.-n"-
3 bit. embassies. and be the STEPHKC ELLIOT, L. L. D.
can enter, must great
habitude require more early, and as.the first attempthas
j -+- of attack jt bar inland you may pretty On Pathological Surgical Jlnatomy.By .
I Rogues Look Ouf.-We, ore happy to point an one dose ; the medicine i is spoken been unsuccessful and exposed in JOHN ,WAOSER, M..D.

i learn that the Marshal of this District has 'vater communication to Mobile Bay, very highly of, and it may be very its early l stages, the increased vigilan Demonstrator of/IHc.tomy.-JOJJS WAOazn -

.; been authorized to put the United Staled with the exception of four.miles pnly, beneficial to yoi.'* "Oh!" said he, of our reveuue officers, will render M. D. .

I Jail Florida in this City, in repair ; and trust that to remedy which a canal is in contemplation "I would give the world to be curedof i future expeditions for such purposes, The Faculty take pleasure in statingthat
nil uo longer be a "Paradise for .establishment of
and is believed to.be perrectlypra the an Infirmaryfor
lJg'UfI." the habit of Intemperance, I have I abortive.--Onegood; effect must rr--:
3 Surgical Cases, in connection with the
I : icable. (See Map of Capt. travelled on .foot 45 miles, and been suit from the prompt seizure of this College,. has been attended with the ad.

. 1\'lt'lr-y rluon.-In the NationalJoump.l BuRCii, i in the office of the Quarter allover the city, and at lastvas directed vessel-it will ,convince thos) who vantages a..ic pated. It afforded to the

of the 30th August, we find the Muster General.) Pensacola were here- will take a dose." had any doubts upon the subject i. that Students

: Offiu il and Returns Lieut., Governor the Election, in Kentucky., for Governor to fall into the hands of an enemy, the medicine wai furnished, and the system of smuggling to avoid the ton the opportunity of witnessing: a ,variety -

Tiie] following! are the aggregates ; they would cross, by land or Mobile water, directions and explanations given fort operation of our tariff, .as suggested in most of of the operations capital-operations amongst in these Surgery.were
the fortifications
above at
, FOR GOVERNOR use ;-his spirits seemed revivedhe some of the London, papers: was not To- enable the Students to profit by the
1 MtTCALFE (Adams ) 38P40otea.. Point, and take the City : On. the paid for the medicine-said he an idle bravado, but produced a facililiea-which our situation affords for

BARKT. (Jackson.) 38,231 other }and, Mobile was attacked woulo get anoth dose if that would determination on .the part of those! interested the study of Practical Anatomy, new and

,. FOR LIEUT GOVERNOR. army could .be furnished' from Pensa- .i not del and went away under the to set our laws at defiance if extensive rooms,have been erected, an.d

BR .ATHITT. (Juckson.) 37,641 votes.IKIURHOOU cola, as easily as from the waters of promise that he would inform us of possible-it now remains with us to provided with all the conveniences ne-

MtTCAiFE tl.e(Adamt.Adtninrtration) 36.454 Can" Mobile Bay. Another consideration is, I' its effects When we learned the to see those I laws properly enforced. cesry The valuable for the purpose.Anatomical Mr

! *8le, is iberet'ore elected Governor ; by a that Mobile Bay 4'4tsriTers. are all un murder of StaffoT;
: :ajority ol 7<'i> votes : and Bieathitt. in favor healthyfrom the Swamps and,quantity forebodings that it vas the same ,known as preparations, received from Vrance and
I not so generally
of( eu. Jackson for the Presidency, i. of fresh wa: r. To ,the East of On wfe learn that probably 1 Italy during theljllrnmt"r. '
t ('fcted' f icut. Corernor of man. inquiring it should.. that boiled milk thickened -
by a majority
, Pensacola there is now an inland navigation and laid the .It affords the Faculty Additional satisfaction
HS7otu ; which stem to indicate that Sinclair returned home with flour and taken in the first -
In "1)te of Kentucky, on the Presidential: through St. Kosa's Bay and medicine aside for a more convenient stages of the *dysentery is in all common I with.the to Literary:slate and.by xn arrangement"
qUtstiun Sound and the Chattahoocbfe into .- Philosophic Society
is yet extrejiiely doubtful. ) up tliis
opportunity. Subsequently cases, an invaluable remedy. of S. Carolina,_extensive and valua
There is
si John Chambers Alabama, 200 miles. he became intoxicated and at a mo- Boiled milk without flour is too harsh. ble collection il,. Natural History have
the Administration
t Esq., through the Sound and Baycoast- ment when ihe "feast ofi. asoQ and been placed 'the College and carefully
is elected the
Candidate, to Congress, from A Cow worth.having.; -The siip)
1' iet recintly) represented by General) wise, a steam-boat navigation eighty flow of oultt.'a.. predominant: he has 1 arranged *\ to afford those interest.
Alexander at Philadelphia, just ed the
in Hiidy of Nature
W calfein Kent miles and a communication is contemplated ample oppor.
, ckjby amajoiity of 337 plunged his knife to fe heart of a
for Colonel Powell an extra- ; tunity of information
> tt's.Cept.. to Ap'palachicola) wh'idiwill brought acquiring not only
man who had never injured him. in the
Durham short departments connected with Medi.
d Wright, of the Schr. Emma, arri- furnish facilities for transportingarms before the ordinary improved
We these aebut
place through of
\'Cd I which in England range Natural
1; at Savannah from Exbyra. Cuba, re- to the whole coast of West Flo- horned cow, produced .
in the that arrest History. '
$ ins''ihi.t, he fieet, 'hich time public, hope they may certificate 30
3 some sincesailed by ,
as appears
rida and the Southern frontier of Geor- The rich collection of Minerals
with the attention of some one or more particularly
from Hnvana "
ti troops was desi of milk day in June last
per roast be considered
quarts ,
ih'e\iSa'0" **: )omir.'V and, "that I gia. of the sons of Bacchus and cause A Tery impor
from the milk of
and afforded sevenda'i Acquisition to the Chemical. department
MtiKan -
I consideration
Jovfrunieut hud Another ,
cI discharged important and
) (: them to reflect upon their ignoble ot'the Institution. .
- mmodre: rOB'm. and all foreign Offi-: suggested by the commute* -is, that 19} pounds avoirdupois of buiter, -
, ('era" The Sdvaonah Republican, in pub- unprofitable career. and bad continued to give milk until Edmund Havenel, Dian.
** the public armed vessel can transportarms We observe the that Sinclair
ng this says, "We give, tin rumor as by p"pen the birth of her calf Charleston (S.C),August 37. '
wercved it, and ",' tbvut comment." I to any point on the Gulf: 'fiLS tried at the Uuitcd States'District and


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.. NOTICE R. "V\utiol\a Claims -rJrE TO j I POET OFFICE UiPARTMENT June 7lh, 1828., }t F. 11. NI BE1',

Qf the will be receivwd at this 1 BEGS leave to inform his Friend,'
53 hen by given that, at the next Term Under the act, entitled "An Act for 1'? *', residence at the 'hrad0fVcambia .PROPOSALS until the 1st of October Customers, that he h31 toll*' -
ufth<< Eftcambia County Couif, I shall I 1 subscriber : for the commenced business at his *
of the Mail I Start.
the relitfof' certain surviving Officers a Negro next, Conveyar.ee old
apply for letters) of AdministiaUon upon and Soldiers of the Army of .. q Bay.he is! free !I I thrice a week between Mobile, Ala.' and }I where he has for sale a very gCJOdasnd;
c: the Estate Lemuel J. Alston Juu'r. de I fellow, who says I j I () meat ofFresh ,.
[ Xe\v rleauisin Sum Baalt-the mail to '
15th hired himself :1S
ceased. the Revolution" approved of, and has ,
rniM raio
I: be carried from City to City within 30 J FS Seasonable
rpt M. ( 'rapper. May 1828. I such calls himself Goods
: j JWmiQm hot i s ; and the service fo cnmrrer.ce on
Received by the latest '
.ili Pensacola 8th September 1828-26-61. TalutRy DEPARTMENT ( 1st ofNovemherand four arrivals from
I the continue York and Philadelphia. *** :ii!
A us csT 7th, 1828. 5 .
years. ; ;3,3 J and 4 Point Blankets

. J-i \ViesESOLVED. ot'K Wa rag e. fi\TOTlCE cers and is Soldiers hereby given ofthe to Army those of Offilll the! and says he has !lived in Washington City I COaJJ1.'l.LlVl.1L' IJ. L'J' I 7-4 and 8-4 Striped Duffield DI

.dtb That the following RATES Revolution, who are entitled to the benefits and at the hdian Springs in Georgia. I House, !laely..occupied by Maj'r. | 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney deIs ;3
It or U'HABFJIOB on Goods landed oi> or oflbe abovemeniioned act, that a half Said Negro, is very blicfc, five feet six THIS' 5 WRIGHT, was epened on *i 3 bales White & Drab Flushings :

teO': 4 shipped from the4 Wharf and on Vessels! yearly payment will become due on the ')r eight .nche hi'K h. and has a E'C\r '! the 16th of February, by the Subscriber ; : Blue and black imperial clulhbl

: are hereby established;, w take effect f)n third day September, and will be made the left check. lie wishes: to go to the whoNorth respectfully solicits a share of the Patronage I and' mixt cassimeres ; satinett*, IJ-:
which I
,: the first day of September, A. D. 1828 : to every !such Offictr or Soldier: as shall as soon lilt the month for of the Public. All, which the lo ed ; super super and common

1" and that all former Rates and Regulation produce satisfactory evidence to the :Sej ; have hired: IUD is completed ; hut as j calithink ties afford shall be studiously provided, prints 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linew

be, and they are thereby,repealeJ. vu :- I cretarv of the Treasury of his being en I.isarunaway: I shall endeavor. and every attention devoted to the quiet and lawns ; dimities ; super 6-4 fancy

;: J 1. All Merchandize, in PackVV i that day in full life. to hire him bra longer period to give Ins comfort of those who will favour the House l hams; white, yellow, red ands green ellt.

ages, (commonly called The evidence required will be a clecla owner an opportunity to get him. wit a preference. I ne ; black and colored bombazcU-

'{;[-J measurement goods) and ration made and signed by the claimanton Andrew 1>. Simpson. An excellent Billiard Table, attached totbe printed bombazetts and Salisbury fl "

t'<'' all Goods not herein enu- or after that day, in the presence o* Pensacola, 25tk July 1828- 2Utf. establishment, occupying a separate ne la ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton bilk !

". } crated, for c'ery'c two respectable witnesses, to whom he is I building will contribute to amusement.wilh- be verteens, linen cambrics ca w ,.
"'*.jf.: *.' cubic feet, 4 cts.j well known, stating his: rai.k and line in -- out' interfering with the good order and hd kfs ; Baroge hdkfs; black Italian crin?

: ,r& 2. Every Qr. Cask or Barrel, the Continental Army, and the rsnk A NEW VOLUME, quiet of the House, and private parties can flounced robes ; gingham d",spider u *

""ip'. of any description, 4 according to which he has been found EMBELLISHED IO\RTERLV WITH AX ELEGANT be[ always accommodated a distinct; i j 1 patent thread, Russia diapers, plain
: -f ...$. Half or half book muslins 'lid
Pipe entitled pay, under the act, by theSe : ENGHAVING.Jf sitting I"UOI11.There | figured Madras and ]Brit '1,
::; tj Hhd. of JVine or Liquor, 8 cretary of Ihe Treasury. To this is to be is on the premises, one of the best I 'tania hdkfs., comp'y flags, figured cra; -

),. 4. Pipe or Hogsht-ad 16 added the affidavit of the witnesses.sworn fcVf lllt'lirr -r Stahles in the place, where Horses shall be dresses ; white, brown and mixed tflUo,:
'J.J: 5. Bale of Cotton ot.i.1'l. strictly attended toJOHN half hose ; white and mixed
before Justice of the worsttdmb"m
a Peace otherMagistrate ,
And Ladies Gazette and
.. Hay, 61 authorized toadministeroaths, Literary : (JAIINIEII.w wool do ; fine linen hose, ladies;;

I 6. Bushel of SaltCorn, as to the identity of the claimant, and to Devoted to tie Belles Lettres, fine hite and black cotton do lead sLte
> :
; .:\ or other article in bulk the fact of his having made the declara I Arts, J/MS.C, Drama, Passing TERMS, and black worsted do. plain and tamblct
gold by measure, 1 ct Board per Month, ;jjjj 25 clak 'furniture check
: tiou on the day on 'which it bears date. Events bed-ticking, 111perfine
-t:1!! 7'. 4t ion 01 iron, ateei, And to this is to be annexed a certificate, ffc. fyc. fyc. Day Boarders, 20 cotton shirting, oil I cloth, blatt-

!t 1 or Lead, : .$1 00 under the seal of the Court of the' County PRINTED BY GEORGE P. MORRIS. Dinner 75 bomDazines, fancy belt ribbons, black and

.J.n::: 8 .Hewed or sawed Tim as to the olficial designation and -- Breakfast or Supper 37$ white satin and mantua do ,5-4Irishsbjft.
ber, per 1000 fret, 50-ts of the "Here fliall young genius wing his Eagle flillt.; Horses per day 1 25 mgc-4 damaskbrown linens;
Magistrate, and as to his super bocfc
"R ich from his month 20
of I
Dewlrops"Sliaking plumed
l'; .q. 9. Shingles per m. 23 being authorized to ad minister oaths.- Light." Pensacola. February per 20th. I HQR.-45 C. and white, plaid and striped! l, Kaptutt
,L.tj 10. Umawed: Boards & Barks .. I- shawls and hdkfs
':" The forms of a declaration, affidavit, and L I printed ; printed\Yae *
per m. 30 certificate, are subjoined to this notice. I II THE SIXTH VOLCME of the Mirror was I LAND AGENCY.IHE too shawls.f.mcy, silk dressesnttnsthreaj
:11, Pipe & IIhd Staves, I the linen
: per This evidence should be on TWELFTH DAY i linen gloves. tapes, Russia iliirtimr/
enclosed and I I .
; -1\i! m. 50 of JULY. As the plan of embellishing V subscribers have opened an office iniF ll'd drab cloth; blue, & red strouw &
,; transmitted to the Secretary ol the Treasury *.
}; 12. Barrel Staves, nd Hoop this publication win appropriate for the purchase and sale of F ALSO,
;I ,.,; Poles per in. 25 ; and, if it be deemed satisfactory is understood and believed to be altogether Lands, at St Augustine, in the house formerly 4 cases saddlery I assorted
the found
'!L)j: 13. FireWood load Cj amount due will be remitted to occupied b Col. Perrault, at the :
per the mOlt acceptable, and correspond } 9 canes Hrewster's hats, assorted
the claimants in drnft ]
; ft 14. Fence Posts and other a on the most convenient south west of the quaJ.
better vith the refinements of corner public square, ties
?.t...":.t.::: rongh Timber not exceeding Slates, or Branch, will( be of paid the Bank to his of attorney the United, du-I 'society, and the improvements in the where person desirous to accomplish either I 5 trunks fine ready made clothing

:. ., 10 ft. lung each 2 ; authorized underthe public taste, thu any other, it will he adhered purchase or sales ot real estate, are 12 trunks ladit: 'and gentlemen
..ic 15 Bricks M. 50 regulations >>
/I per been before to. The generous patronage bestowed requested leav their commands. and shoes

:tn.. 16. Stone, per perch. 50 Each claimant prescribed. upon the work, added to nume A long residence in the Territory of Children! and boys' shoes; brogans <
is &c.
to indicate ,
t lk 17. 11 crned Cattle requested ,
Horses Florida has
enabled the !
orMules rOIl5.evide'\ces cf liberal sentiments and I subscribers I
Soal leather, calf skins shoe
r\I"! each by a note at the foot of his declaration, thrtld
4 123 kind become intimately acquainted with neal'Iy
'v"; the Branch of the United States whichiy feelings, enanating from persons o'both 25 kegVirimiia Tobacco
. ; Merchandize landed on the Uharfand on sexes, who alike I all the individual claims to land, in this
are 5
: it distinguished boxes superior cavendish do.
, :. be most for him !
-p., remaining there until shipped, will bt to for their attainments in polite literatuie, district,as well as to their titles, locations,
i."it charged half price on-shipraent. receive a draft for the sum that may be and for their knowledge of the fine arts. qualities, and relative value. And the increasing Hardware, ,N> c. !

Ic: Half price will bc charged on articles due to him ; and, if there be no post office are powerful incentives to (tie most applications made, for information Pen, pttcket sportsmen and d k I .

i'! transferred from Vessel Vessel I, or laden in the place of his residence; to men efforts deserve a reward persevering and I fiom every part of the United States, knives ; knives and forks, carvers,waiten

.t4: .i { on Board any Vessel at.the Wharf with tionnUo be the post office at which it would distinction so gritifying.Ve more especially, respecting sugar estates and trays ; Henning's best needles: s. I' .

tt. .'k. out being landed thereon. letters most convenient to him to receive \ are greatly flattered both with lha I has induced them to believe, that an establishment ers and trays, plated spurs spectacle!, I

; :J Articles remaining on the Wharf longer from this Department. number and character of our readers and I of this kind, could be render {'carpenter's tools, shoemaker's and cut. I

it; ;. than three dabs, Hill be subjected to an A copy of this notice, with the forms correspondents. We could enumerate ed useful to the public. rier's do..stock locks, padlocks, shovel J

'k', i.4.; additional charge of 23 )pt-r cent and the annexed is intended to be sent to each; many who rank arnon the first in out All orders directed to them, for copiesof anil tongs, kettles, :sauce pans, eoltoa
i" game for each I .. Officer and Soldier hose claim shall II
rh.l succeeding three day curds &c. &c.I'en..enb.
for or pl.uvi. as well other
and surveys maps as
,. have been country gciiius learning, and ir i
". ;.J admitted that the forms I
: : ; may shall be ,information, on the above will be Dec. 7th. 1827-38-tf
,'\ "t ON: VESSELS, be filled up Knd returned to this Department 1- our pude amid pleasure to furnishthem subject, I I
" with work which shall furnishedoithout (IeV. Letters, :
f' a continue to postpaid
For Boat at the time.
1I. UMIi every or Vessel over proper merit thir, protection and favour. Inde- directed to the Land .igeKCfr St. J;! (tt'lS
': five and It not be i
not may amips this occasion
.: exceeding: tea on ,
; : ..JllJgllBll7loiUI'tceh'e due attention.JOHN .
,; I '.1'f. tons .per day, to state, that, although an earnest desirehas penden'ly" I oi'tlte voluntary aid, so gelietiy : Or, Flowfrs of I If 4 k
:ft. '1 Ten & 23I felt to htowetl, and; so very acceptable, l.KE \VU.L1A.MS: ,
: not exceeding twenty tons, I been guv immediate: t fleet to L ITERATURE'IT, & SENTIMENT:
:4 Twenty", Unity do. 75Si ; the her.tficent intentions of Congress, as We take the opportunity of saying, that WILLIAM II. SIMMONS! ::;, f EMBELLISHED WITH SPLENDID -
;: manifested in the we have ('n .gel! the pens of several FRANCIS J. \1'IU. I
Thirty" act referred
s forty do. SI OJ( tc, vet, ow'I EHGITHE rINGs.
.f; 2.! Forty" sixty tip. 50) I inK to the number of applications; and gentlemen who are well known in the Dec. 27th, 1827.--44-tf
';.. j I JivciM-) uorM, and whose: productions, we I. I patronage that hail already been
. : .13 Sixty U IOU do.iu.. S'20u j the investigations' necessary "o he rn.ldepre'iu j I Uefeiehces; to the Casket bas-IPt
j "::I.: 100" l t are pfi'Miailed, will impart new spirit to Col. Jos. M. White only
:j 2UO < 82 5v ly to a decision, it has not beenfound exceeded
:: "r '. I tivi! future -ifthe w.'rkVe our most sanguine expectations: ,
; < > the'
' pa
Over f ; :-
two hun Jred froru
ton3, 3 ()) practicable to act upon every case Delegate but. if
. r! ... Vessels not hying at the What), bu:1 I as erly us could: have been A'islied.! 1 Ke that feel! the fullest confidence ii\ stating Mr. Henry S. T Jaet'hiiadelphit, in the annal-i we mistake monthly not is literature.unprecedented Thin

having a fast to it, and those occupy.ty rule h:1S'been, to take up each claim in oiir-Miccteding volumes will surpass Doctor Brush, New York,
those hick success has induced us to jive the wGrk
' I". W7. an outside birth, will be charged huh I the order in which it has been received have preceded them. I Bernard E. Bee, Charleston,
. ;t. We beg to ic mind lie leader that the a more attractive form for the present
; I ,
&; t)1tse'ratei. The same course will be pursued hereufter t i Mr.lames' \ Baltimore.t .
c:!:$. 1'assed, August'33, 1828. coppcrpl engraving which are of a : year, as well in its literary df p:!vtrwat, I

It", ,," N. it is that all"l superior: kind, aid: oi the full quarto SIZ&'- I :A s in its decoration: and typographicalarrangements.
,:! j II Ar'L"'T. requested Uers on this adeira Wines ( .ul'diulsc. *
.' drp.uii A font of hu
are new
. aid executed type
: ;
by our ino
, \; President oj-the If out d of lJ.r.d'Jrs. subject, n.a) be endui&ed :
"....":1':"';'f .2. G. DKAUtt, ..Secretary.TO Claims.1 bkilliul at lists, erp'p.BslJ tliis work, and L) hC.KlYEU per Sclir Urie&ns fromPhiladelphia been procured, upon which it is printed
cannot be procured in any olhf"1 .1.- ., the size and number are to be consider-

:: i ': THE r V II 1t. /! Kiclmrd Hush. Takingiuto vie* the number of valuable : lo cases superior Old London Particular hJy extended, and they ire also enlarges

/,.....I ...f I .f" {-lutesthe quantity ot matter contained I Madeira; me. and paper superior to that 'formerly! used f,

"=':::u.t. ALL persons are W3r.1d 1 i For the purpose 0 OJl lll.1I1g't" the I amount I in the Mirror, added to the quality ot the 10 Old I'ort'ine.. i is employed in its publication ; meantime

' :..i...!: against trailing for a Ntgro I (.}f i'&y accruing to me for the half,* ?.ir I Pending a'r, and the \general st) Ie of the execution 10 Cherry Brandy, Superior. that every department may exhibit a correspondlrg -*

;;4;(.\ :; Boy, by the fame of on the 2d day of Septc ''Jer,1 H2d, it is ov far the cheapest puul.ca- j 20 Cordinls, first quality assorted in degree of improvement, irrangements -

. 'J .!J' CEilIS.il! under the art entitled "An act for the iii the United Statesoiksofabiinilar the cases 1 doz. each. have been entered :into with

'U ,:', ..''"''"'. ti : l'elid'of certain surviving officers and SL ii- I character published in l rclt Britain although 110 Wine Bitters. artists, for various d'corations and orna

',....:i.n; Formerly the property of Johcph H. Bryan diersofthc Army of the Revolution," ap I ) bountifully: supported, a'-e much: 5: Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. I ments. 'I he usual number of cppr'f

;''f.II:! ; of Washington County, Florida proved 15th My, 1828, I cf more expensive ; in many instances? uelelieve 3 Barrels Cherry Bounce. plates will be found it is proposed,

>..t?::;..! CEASAR.IS about eighteen years of age, -E n the County of in the State of I they amount to neariy double the 6 Half Bbls. ..Anniset-d- Peppermintand furnish e2ch number with two wood enCravings -
.. five feet three or four inches high, Urk do hereby declare, that I was a I price ofthi.s j mrnil. I Cinnamon Cordials. instead cf one', as heretofore wi

:.\.. \, J complected, well set-is the pi ..perty 0- in the of the Army of the I To those who muy wish more fully I toI I Fur Safe by The wood engravings repn<< sentinp srenesj
.4"t! 4
.. .1 Wade H. Bail It Revolution! in the understand the or referring to incidents familiar interesting .
: : "; Georgia. is feared, continental line. (as. character of the work, ando F. or
;. ,. :. that either Hrjan, or a man by the name was more full!) st forth on my application commence their subscription* on the' H. Nisbet. to moat: of our readers will be accompanied

.... t. : t of Hathaway will run off and sell the: said: for the benefits of the said act.) and opening of a MEW YOLCME perhaps it i is Pensacola. Dec 20. 1827. by well written desrnptionsrf!

.j Negro as he is kept concealed by said that I have been found entitled, by the proper to say, that among variety of other I events, U exhibitions connected with tbeI :

'39r Bryan, so that the owner cannot get him.ft. Secretary of the Treasury, under that act: subjects, it enhraces the following : 1" Subscriber r has just; received p e> I I I picture eacn reflecting upon the other
'::'.,.:" 'S : Wamble' lo the pay of in the said line. OKIOI.VAL \IOHI. TALES-either fictitious cin c- Elizabeth }'oroith, from NcwOrrlean 1 interest i and value.

:::" ..: I :! Att'y for \V. IL Ball. Witness my hincl. this) day of or founded events of real life, *, a very large assortment of Groceries. I It is our desire to render the Cask
ale in the year one thousand the United Statesof i.HEvHwsufpu'licatiolJ lie otters in addition to his former Jatere tin to the various classes of readers

.. \'t oi. __ Holmes_ _Valley_ !_ .-2Uth_ _August._ _26_-3'_ Imndred and twenty eight. eight Foreign and I Iouestic. stock: :- to whom periodical literature gel,e "

: l) Champaigne Wine, in Muskets of 1 do a rally addresses itself; ana we shall feel
): Before me, -, a -, for the OIUUI.NAL ESSAYS-on literature, morals' each, warranted superior I c&ied: upon to search with renewed attention i _,
'" BUOOKE, FLORIDA ">. county of -, in the State of history, voyages, trtvels, American anti- do. Brandy of 1320. I I and assiduity, for the most interesting :

1 I August 1st, 1828 S personally appeared, this day, -, and quities, thr fine arty &c. Zante CurrantsPonchongTea contents of foreign magazine

I WILL receive Proposals, till the 31st -, of the said county, who did severally FJll1A.LE CILI1Ue1LR-edUCaticIfl, manners. while a proper inducement will be held _

October ensuing to furnish the make oath that -- by whom the beauty, and dle ,s, Prunes, very fresh out for native writers to contribute a per

Troops of the United States Army, that foregoing declaration was made and &UD. AJ\IEnIC HIOG'tAI'JlY-Or historicalsketches Raisins ? lion of their labors to enrich our Casket.

are, or may be, stationed at Cantonment scribed, is well known to them to be the of the lives of such persons, of Almonds ? >k These regulations be effected"ita.]

-- Brooke, with person therein described, and that he is both sexes: as havt become celebratedtor Medoc Claret of 1820 out any sacrifice of that light reading,and

FRESH BEEF, generally reputed and believed to have their heroism, virtue,fortitude, talents: Tuscaloosa Rye Whiskey g-neral magazine of sinafl para;{Pglft

from the 1st day January 1829, to i include been a in the Army of the Revo patriotism, &e.LITInART Goshen Butter that must enter into all literary works;
F the 31st day December, 829 lution, in manner therein stated ; a nci j bTELLIG1: C -or notices of do. Cheese inasmuch as the size of the work will be

iJ 1i The Beef will be required to be deliver.II.1 that the said declaration was triad? and new publications Beef in A bbls. for family usa very considerably enhanced-its contents,

. ; ; ed to the Troops iR two days in each week- subscribed by the said -, in their I TUE DJIAMA conprisiug strictures on With an additional supply of Dry Goods; therefore, assumes a more di ers'6ed

(the days'to be designated) in such quantity presence, on the day of the date thereof.r:I fie New-York stage. HawJ ware, Glass ware & Queens ware ; form, and boasts an increase *olul_mat'

: I as shall be requhed fur their liation* Witness hand this UEsutTont SELECTIOSS-with occasional Sold Low for Cusn. it r.The
I : : ; on each day. And 1 deem it necessary to in the }eur one thousand day al remarks J. Pescay. price of the Casket will be g3 SI

:f \ apprise those who may choose to off.r hundred and twenty eight eight AsfLCDoiEa-humorous, literary, historical Pensacola, Jan. 11th, 1828. per annum, payable: within t hr -e ircntb _
:-,: to contract for the supplv, that the Beef &c. after the receipt of the 1st nuimber-b *,

" ';V 1 will be required to be of the best, whichthe : -.- PASSING EVSSTS or TUE T1tiL5.PoLTitYoriginal ; i if the subscription is paul in advance $2 5J
: :
: :t clerk of the Court of the MAIL ARRANGEMENT.FLOH1DA will
L be
., f market can afford, and particular at1. received as payment in full!!

tention must had to the butchering thereof do County hereby of m tl.at the Slate ot -' and selected ; MAIL. J The arrangements that we hae mld re ]_ _
certify, .
1. .tl. ; as a rigid inspection of it will always whom the forgoing affidavits- before Together with many other miscellaneous Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock, A. >J for the publication of the Casket, warrant _
be were sworn :: subjects, which it'would be I
made. unnecessary same at 2 o'clock us in assuring its th..tt N
: ; was, at the time, a --.-, for the said now to Departs day P. )1. patron, han.
Persons offering to contract will make: county, and duly enumerate. BLAKELEY MAIL, qual in Attraction, any work of the kin! "
; \i empowered to admit I
"I 1 :: their Proposals in writing, sealed and di ter oathsIn us- Having procured a new font of type I for Including Mobile and the Stales of Louisiana 'hat has been published ; while its pn C _

., ':..ti.. .I reeled to me at this place, stating tht".P.t the purpose, we shall occasionally presentour and Mississippi. j is scarcely half of that oHbe most oNiS'

'.\.. ".' rate per pound, in a single bid, for which testimony whereof, I have hereuntoset readers with such SEW PIECES OF MUSIC : I Due every Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M. ry monthly publications.

;-:: .! they will furnish, and they shall be I in- the my said hand, and affixed the nl I of! as may deserve, on account of the Departs every Friday at i past 8 o'clock: Those who wish to pujronize the J"** ;
:i' t: formed of the of -- day of beauty of their
their .
acceptance Prnp u,4 t composition, to be preserved A M. will wishes tj
please to intimate
,, : sals either in the year one in i
: by letter from th'msanc our
or on persui aiappicaton pages.Ve conclude by ALL OTHER MAILS.
ending us the in adv nce- .
hundred subscription
.ltr ;i; ) to, me at Cantoniient Brooke, and twenty eight. I remarking, that so far as we have cornm the
kr Sept. 2-wlm.SEASTORES. Due every Sunday increasing of the p.rd
: On the day above mentioned. ind of means, the Mirrorshall be Wednesday a 14 expenses
'i madeto o'clock, P.M.Depart printing, engravings, &c. render it ab
i r 't John equal to any similar periodical in 1
Page Lt. & 4U- .
: &c. every Tu ida}" and Saturday' at lutely necessary for us to be fumi:
'f, Ass't. Com. of Sub. Subscriber rcpe. 8 o'clock, A. M.C"Letters. with the means: of meeting expenditure

f Note.-No Proposals will THE has just received per promptly.
be receiveu from New Orleans CONDITIONS. | : which are not deposited -
. titer the ,-making -
of October
. 23-llt.1828. his assortment of Sta Stores very The MiBHon published every Saturday one half hour, before the regular Atkinson & Alexander.,

completeMacaroni: for the proprietor, by Daniel Fanbkw time appointed for the departure of 112 Cfainut Street, directly o "OQIilt II

, .- in basket at No. 163 William-street. It isinc the Mail, will be detained until the the Post Office, I'hitaJeiphia.

bOB SALE. Vermicelli in boxes printed in the royal qiarto form on f next Mail ; unless it suits the convenience It may be well to state that the "! ,
Gruyere cheese paper, with bourgeois and brevier ket for-1827" forms a distinct i voW**
THAT pleasant and desirable Pattegraussedo. Fifty-two numbers type. of the Post Master to mail 'it 1P1 t
complete a volume price S2 5U ; contains, thirty-six J '
_: dwelling on Intendencia street, liaising, Prunes, Almonds of four hundred and silteen royal quarto them sooner. did engravings, with nearly= 500 pap
belonging to Major Bowie. For I.
terms, which will be1 made moderateapply Family ampaigne Flour Wine pages, for which an ELEGANT' ECOB TED irjr: On Sunday, the Post Office letter-press printing, constituting: on
VIOKITTJB: TITLK-PAOE, and a the cheapest publications in the
copious will be IJIMj
to 00 do dex kept open for one hour after i
half bbls. are
given. I States. A few of the numbers "
bik. Robert Mitchell. Sugar, Coft e. Salt, Pork Toe terms the arrival and assorting of the Mail ; supplied to future subscribe
are POOR .
Pensacola, July 10, 1828-18-St. Mackerel, No. 1, and No. 2- PAYABLE nr ADVANCE. iouasp ann"m. and letters will not b* delivered out
Superior Goshtn Butter of the office \1 G 1O11ii1tS'
It is forwarded the earliest at any other time ou that I $1U .
Best Cincinnati mail
JtBmTllt'G, I, Middling: Bacon covered, &c.Julius. Hams unlew otherwise directed. to all subs cram- day. : THESUbscriberba'for sale',a f "PjJ.I

Executed with neatness and despatch I hers residing beyond the City of N. York. \V. Hasell Hunt, sampIeft
ti-ifr Pescay. m nan factory and can supply.mfly q" '
: ,
at this office. Pensacola, 26th. Feby. 1828-50-if. of(BIT Subscriptions received at the Office I POST OFFICE, Post Master lo order. F H. NIS1i'Pensaco

1 I the Pensacola Gazette. ,, 1'cnshcota let JuJv. 1828.-17-St.: .: !' Dee, 7'. 1821-3&-t.