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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 30, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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\. ;;::-:V. (Pri.cspio.rwnhowxer.- ) PENSACOLA, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 30th, 1828. (Open la allpareiet?- mfiutnceil by none.) N'a. 29--- -


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PUBLISH witKiv, LVfublifi I 13l AUTHORITY. difference whatever shall be made in this tive des deux parties contractante
etant
1l1 l'.J TAB.Xrr t re!pcct.
qu'aucune difference ou distinction

TS (Ill/a /...,' f/:lit, (;,tie'! .taitt I\\ \\\%' Y resident oCVheYnUci: Stales erf 1m ;rca'. ARTICLE IV. condo n'ait lieu a cet egard. quel

autcftke Tnrauriy'l'Ltida. ARTICLE IV.
In consideration of the limited extent of
I.!
1'J En consideration de I'etenrtue

TOUR DOLLARS |I.t rui.M r.'
pa)incut is dcit-m-l s-x month, FIVE connexion j beck Bremen, et Hambourg, et de Tin-
of
)UII.AR '\tUIe rcq.u t.(1. WHEREAS, a Convention of Friendship) Commerce, and Navigation, between between these trade and navigation subsisting time liaison commerce el de navigation
it is
rr1"UXK tIt IKLI.AK" tutMH'lit*foe iiirei'.ril ive.v{ conspicuously fourteen hues at the United States of America and the Free Hanseatic Republics of' stipulated! and agreed republics, that, any heieby vesselI subsistante entre ces Republiques il

lklrtcr' C.fi.i.; '''uio.i; md FIF'1CENTS: Lubeck, Bremen, and Hamburg, was concluded and signed by their Plenipotentiaries .I citizen _est ici stipule et convene, que tout n-|

fc f' ch Ct,4iiu.ince-luiijjcr; ones ia pro- Washington, on the twentieth day of December, in the Year of or any or either of them, 1 ire appartenant exchuivenent a un ou
p"rtnlI. :,i and of which the master shall also be a citi- plusieurs citoyens de Tune ou del autre
hundred and
thousand seven which
Lord eight twenty Convention
one ;
.11.IFJNSOF'b zen of any or either of them, aud providedthat desdites Uepubliques, et dont le cipitaine
r ': in the English and French languages, is word for word, as follows ; three-fourths ofthe crew Wall ba citizens sera aussi citoyen de Time del ites Re-
... .. ,
':.J '- 4'J ; !IIILAIaiLIL1 [OftIGl AL.] [ORIGINAL. or subjects of any or either of the pubhques ; pourvu: que lea trois quarts

tFCLIt't:1, .tNn NEATLY .E XJ.- CONVEM'ION CONVENTION said Republics, or of any or either of the de 1'equipage se composent de citoyensou

tuiEt', 1r 'llr UA/KTl'fc" 01T1CE, AT Of Friendship, Commerce, and Navigation, D'Amitie, de Comruerce, et -de Navigation, States of the confederation ol Jieraiatiy, sujets d'une ou de plusieurs dtsdites

9tttI: 'j" i'f 1'IUCEs THAT AUK CHAR
ATA> "Hie!': .'; TilL bCUTKLRN PARTfrom : and the free Hanstatic Republics of La- tiquet, de Lubeck B-etfJffl, et //amiourget -, f for all the'purposes of this Courcl1tion, be oats de 1 la; Confederation Oermanique ;

CF 'f::t. t\1'4 tel firemen, and Hamburg. let Ktals Unit d'..lmeriq"eLa taken to be, and considered as, a vessel be- I teal navire sera consuleri, pour tous I leg

-,2---- j.-- ; __- .., : The! United States of America, on the one Republique et Ville libre et Ansea- longing to Lubeck, Bremen, or la nburg. objets de cette Convention, comme na-

'F' ).. ,'),rid,rt- .:;. t' ''" _"'r.t pat and the Republic and Free Hanseatic ,tiqne de Lubeck, Hepubiiqur et V lie \ireappartenaut a Lubeck, Bremen, ou

C==-=- _- ---.b.--_ .- -.t- Cnv nf Lubeck, the Republic and Free |lihre et Anseiatique dt Bremen, et la Ue"pubh'que Hambourg.
Hans aric City of Bremen, and the Repub- et Villf libr ARTICLE V. ARTICLE V.
? et: Anse'alique deHambourg
....' '>> lie and Free Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Any Teasel; together with her bet Tout bitimem
linsi
"S-.i, ...... .\,#.. .-F, "W'J j (chacnn de ces Etats pour cargo ; que sa cargaUon, ..pp -
,, : itself en the (. longing either oftbe Free Hall
; (each Slate for separately soi' t -c. tic Republics trrenant alone des
Ans
ssdptirement: ) d'une put ; et les fctat's J. Htpubliques at-
other part being desirous to give gi eater : of Lubeck, Bremen, or Hamburg! Kiiies de
r Ur.is d'autre ; Lubeck.Bremen.et et
,'t 4f d'Amerique desirant | Hambourg
....., .. facility to their commeicial Intercourse, part j j Jftnd coming from either of the said to
lur3 de
vennant 1'un des
f1 .'.: '_..:'f! accorder plus facilite a leurs relations :I ports del susdites Ri-
.L--- and 1-3 place use privileges of their oat 'ga- J I the United States, shall, for all the prrpo-
cotnmerciales, et e"tablir Irs privileges/ de I j publiques aux Ets.ts Unis, sera consider'.
/ non on a basis of the most extended liberality ses of this Convention, be d pmpd to !,are
:; : : iJ1' leer navigation sur les bases de la liberaIhd I pour tous les objetu de cette Convention,
have resolved 10 fix, in a manner cleared: from the Republic to winch relit
J ,
t::rY ';.',"I/ clear, distinct and positive, the rult'shich la plus < lendue i sent convenes d'ar- vessel belongs ; although, in fa!"t it may commc veiunt de {a publique 4 la-

\\ shall be observed between the ou* reter d'un oianiere claVe, distincte, et po not have been the one from which she dry queue :l appaitient, quotque.dans le fait,

the Boston Patriot. and the other, by means of a Convention !sitive, par une Convention d'anntie", de parted; and any vessel of the United Slates cc port n /1toit par celui d'ou il aurait fait

To the 1(txllul'.Z, AJuschetoes.A of Fueiidship, Cutnnterceand \avigaticn.For commeice, et de navigation, les rosins I and her cargo, trading to the ports of Lu- voile ; et tout batiment des Eta's Un *,
ain,i
truer .t Zr;t'c tu I a> things! the attainment of this most desirable 'qui doivent etre observes entiv eux. I Deck, Bremen, or Hamburg, directly,or in que *a car ;1i-ontaltquantdrrecte-

I'll: tv.;' .,tt:9.; olal: : J.ur wirgs. object, the President of the United States Pour atteindre ce but desirable, le Sc- i, succession, shall, for the like pui <>uc_, be ment, ou successivement avec lea port

Aid hear %nut Poet of .\hwrica, has conferred full powers on i nat 'de la Republique et Vile: libre eti on the footing ef a Hanseatic >e.-s.-l I, and dp Lubeck, Bremen, et Hambourg, sera

I':! .{.cn!; the tiurUs of trutml' naltr ; H..JlfClav- their Secretary of State ; and Atiscatiqne: de Lubeck le Scnat de \h I her cargo, making the same vOJa e.ARTIC.LE place! v pour ces .n mc9 objets aur le memo

Ifiijt, why let SOJKlug j; 3crhettr the Snalof the Republic and Free Han ;Rdpubhque et Ville litre et Anse'alique I pied qu'un bailment Ans atique, et 8%

:::t..d tVIh and shew it static City of Lubeck the Senate of the de Bremen, et le Se"nat.de la Republiqueet i carijuuoii, faisnot le meme voyage.

Republic and Free Hanseatic City of I>ie- ViHe libre et Anse..tiquede Hambourg, VI. ARTICLE VI.

J'il l cull for you the sueeTrstords.. men. slid the Senate of the Republic and out moot de pleins pouvoirs, Vincent. It is likewise agreed that it s>h .li be II cst, en outre, convenu, qua lejr6'4ocidnj

'Yf' bl'\u'ItIl"! !h.c:1\ of ,,,,.;/ oird; Free Hansentic City of Hamburg, have RumpfF] I leer Ministre Fldnipotentiare : wholly free for all merchant commanders ; : capitaines de navires ct

That: : \\c I! Kilt jingle: : conferred full powers on Vincent RumpiT, j pres les Etats Unis d'Amerique ; et le : of ships, and other citizens of auues citoyens des deux arties
their: Minister / near,the United P ,
Plenipotentiary
Aud while Lauieat .o..t-II// President des Etats Unis d'Am I
!
your ) sings, rique a both parties to themselves
States of America, who, after having manage, pourront, eux-memes, diriger libre-
,
mini de
rJ, 'Uitkrt I
pleins Henri
+
y. p q.iii-i 'llytiui alines: pouvoirs Clay, leur
& their business in
found iu own all the and
exchanged their said full powers ; ports ment leurs affaires daus
For Huh they tiugle. Secretaire d'Etat ; Je&quels, apres avoirechanpe" propies( tousles
due and proper form, have agreed to she places subject to the jurisdiction of |
( leur dits pleins pout'oirs, trouvdsen ports et places soumis d la juridic-

Full oft, too surely: \-.. been bitten, following articles ; bonne et due forme, ont arrete les articles each other, as well with respect to i tie'11 de chacuue d'elles, tant pour ce

Aad oft, most apgr 1 Gate smitten suit tins : the consignment; and sale of their ,gilt a rapport a la consignation et ala

\\ nh n.ighty/ hlos ; ARTICLE I. ARTICLE I.Ls I. goods and merchandise, by v. hotasalc! \ t ute en gros et en detail de leurs
'Though when 1 laid; the fu neu dead, The contracting partit's agree: that ','hat'f'1 parties contractautes conviennent or retail, as with respect to the loading ,df
My fist, full fun QL'r, came, like It'adflack "\ Kind of produce manufacture, or merchandize i que toutes sortes de productions, manufactures I :nrees et marchandises, que pour ce

\"- on mv. nose ::i of any foreign country can be, 1 ou marchandises, provenant dequrlques unloading, and sending off their ,qui regards le chargeraem, d6charge.

t i from time to time, lawfully imported into pay etrangci que ce soit, qui, ships ; submitting themselves to the ,iuentct, expedition de leurs bailments,

And sirs, I rc'er! began tf.r fray, .. tue'United States, in their own vessels.may de lempsaautie pounont tare Icgalementimporiecs laws, decrees, and usages there esta- ca se conformant aux lois, accrete et
J l'\f utu-ii be also imported in vessels of the said Free j dons Tune blished which
>i -no- ran "xati. tlesvlites Repubhques to native citizens are etablis
(ii>
njjfs y auxquels les citoyensde
FUJI "ast. I reck'n Hanseatic Republics of Lubeck Bremen, ]) An de
: Lubeck
: >etiqties" Bremen
subjected they being in ail: tilt "d
; ,
I'et.it
and and that or other son assujettis its seront dans
And if: \'ou thifk I pht i".jfun, Hamburg no higher et H.tmbourg par Ieur3 batimenspouhont ; ,
I'll till!(you, tvciy luctftcr's son, duties, upon the tonnage or cargo o! the vessel j aussi: y cure importers propres les cases, to be treated as citizens of the tous\ ces cas, trains comma sujets do

y e'It just mistak'n. I shall be levied or collected, vv hether the baiimens j ,des Eiat Unib ; et qu'Jlllc par sera Republic in which they res'dp, or at ;U H ?'JLliql1e dans laquelle ils reside,.
be made in vessels of the United
States importation of either of the said HanseaticRe- j impos.6 ni per u sun Ie tonnage ou l la bar- least to be placed on a footing with ront ; ou, du moms, ils seronl place
or
'It."rr : T'S a ifascjl on my face raison dubat'mcnt.d'autres.ni de plus fortsdroits the citizens or subjects of the most fa- sur ie memes les
publics. And, in like manner, that whatever } pied que citoyensou
D'e ihuik I'll beat such out
soil
,
disgrace ,
que Timportation ait lieu vored nation.
Thou Kind ol produce, manufacture, or rneictTundize par Mijets de la nation la plus fav -
varlet
tude batimens de Tune desdites Republiques,
'I&kc that !-r.nd half dead kick "ndspnt" from time of any foreign countiy, can into be, soit par ceux des Etats Unis.; Et pareille- 1isc :.
to time lavvlully-imported ARTICLE VII.
'. ARTICLE VII.
either of the Hanseatic in 'nn-ntque tuutcssortesleproductionsma: -
If 1 could \.1&11 y hear it.1 c bast J, said Republics, nnfactures The citizens of each of the contracting Les
ou mchandisespruvruantd citoyens do chacune des
i its own vessels, may also be impoi ted in r par-
'TwlJdd; do me good vessels of the United States ; and that no quelque: pays etranger que ce soit. qui, parties shall have power ties coiuractanles pourront disposerde

higher or other dutiesupon the tonnage or de temps aautrepourront e"lre l ,alenientimportces to dispose of their personal goods, leers biens: personnels dans leslimiies
,
My crrtps smnrinjj u ish 'ho pain, of the vessel shall be levied collected :: dam les Etats Unis, halt
cargo or par within the jurisdiction of the other, by de la
- 1\u in.,ic i::j a:.err I'll tt restrain; ; mews dodits Etats jurisdiction de 1'autre,
whether the importation be made in pourront dgalement y sale
l. :;?r t'f.-ii your faces ; vessels of the one party, or of theothei. etre :rr'pCJrtclpar les batinieiia de-dites donation, testament, or otherwise par vcnte, donation, testament ou au.
Vil'ainKnow' not what \i-"re made for, And further that 1 ; aDd their representatives being cement et leurs h
they agree, whatever maybe Republiques Anseatiques ; et qo'il ne ; ntiers etantcitoyens
. (RrntubtrnLaIstty: 1'\; paid for,) lawfully exported< or re-expoited, by sera impose ni perju, stir le tonnage ou la citizens of the other 1t'rty, shall!) de 1'autre partie, succede-

J So keep your places. one party in its own vessels, to any foreign carpaison du batunent, d'autrth, ni de succeed to their said personal goods, rout atixdits biens personnels soit en
,
1- country, may, in like manner, he exported plus forts droirs soit
] que Pimportat'nm whether by testament, or ab intcstntot virtu d'lm
". In self defence the s'it in the vessels testament,soil ab intestato
serpent :gs, or re-exported of me other ait lieu par batimens de belie des parties,
ti } lId ttt'" lus 2ioi.cs;: rattle nun.Itc party. And the same bounties, duties, and soit par ceux de 1'autre. Elles convienneni and they may take possession thereof, ils pourront eu prendre poisession,

. ujuuing shrill drawbacks shall be allowed and collected either by themselves or others acting: soil d'autres
i en outre, que tout ce qui pourraetre enpersonnesoit par agi f-
:. But \t', Else-rc tle! imps <..fijtfuj, whether such exportation 01 re-exportation I fur them, and dispose of the same at feint-
llgalement export ou re-exporte: : stint en phtu ; et ils en dispose-
.If Ere we can tent our -ijrhtlul hate on. be made in vessels of the of .
one party, or etr, soit their will such dies
only as
pour quelques pays ;finger que ce paying ront a leur volatile
IC Ye\e fill I! the other. IS'or shall en no payant
pot your higher, or othercharges
' par les tJ tlmens de 1'une des parties con the inhabitants of the country wherein: d'
autres droits les
j of any Kind, be imposed in the que ceux auxquels

Then \\hiz : way and cry ; ye brutes ports of the one party, on vessels of the tractautes Porte ou pourra e;;.altment crux en de e"tre 1'autre ei- said goods are, shall be subject to piyirt : Kibitans iu pave: ou si trouveut It !'-

t\ Coinc "fo.L"." 'follow," -DerFrey.. other, than\, are or shall be. payable in the -export par like cases ; and if in the case of dits bieus
' partie et 1 k-s n.ernes dioits, primes et son assoujeitis! tu pareille
d. ci.utz," same ports by national l vessels real estate the said heirs would be
,
occasion. Et
> remboursemens de droits seront perpus et si, dans le cas des

,e- And while I we stop to cure Ye the ugly smarts quizzes, allouds, sort que 1'exportation ou la re prevented from entering into the pos- bit'ns immenblos, lesdits ht ritiers

..c'e feel five d ZlI'C'tlOlD'.I daria! : exportation ait lieu par batiiuens de 1'une sesaidri! df the inheritance on account ne pouvaient entrer en jouUsance da

a CocKuud your phizzes des parties, soit par ceux de I'autre. II I of their character of aliens, there shall I'heritligc.a cause do leur qualite d'e-
teree ne sera impost dans les ports de 1'une des
be granted to them the term of three
il leur sera accorde dclaide
deux parties, sur Ins batimens de laUtretaucuns trangers, un
,Id \\hone \vti"l, think some meddling fools droits ou charges: de quelques years :o dispose of the same, as they : trois ans, pour en disposer a leur

Cia Had taught/ yo in Mv< ur Lords ftunan and schools Madams; nature, qu'ils puissent, : eire, plu forts on may think proper, and to withdraw; gre, et pour en retirer le produit sans

':tb. lay latitude b.Lags to man ; autres que ceux qui seront imposes: dans the proceeds without! molestation, and obsticie, et exempt do tous droits de

d And leas, Miicc .A aw's day b began: les niemes purrs sur les baiimens na- exempt from all duties of detraction detraction, do le part des Gouverne*

,lhn$; Or !)ni. Adams' ARTICLE il. tonaux.: ARTICLE. on the part of the Goverumen of the intuit des E t its respectifc

i ; No higher or other duties shall be Ii respective States. ,
There's imposed ne sera impost d'uutrei, ni de plusforts ,
not r
a bug, a or"fly
worm,
be At.iud, a spider tiea-that IE'er on the importation, into the United droits stir {'importation d-nn les( R 6- ARTICLfc VIII. ARTICLE VIII.
its States, of any article, the produce or manu libres de Lu
publiques et
ed seek to kill; Anseatiques Both the contracting parties pro Les deux parties contractantes pro
J facture of the Free Hanseatic Republics of
tst.' But Aad cfyour lace, I've millions slain Lubeck. Bremen, and Hamburg ; and no beck provenant, Bremen du sol, et ou Harnbourg de manufactures, des articles des mise 4 engage, formally, to give their mnitent, et s'eugaeem t formollement
fur
us many Bting- again in, bill I higher or other duties shall be imposed on Etats Unis ; et il ne sera impost d'autresni special protection to the persons au J d'rtccorder I her protection sP cialo

sa your the importation, into either of the said Re- de plus forts droits sur 1'importationdans property of the citizens of each other,, aux personnel et prolrrtetes des cito-

ttbtt 0 had 1 firmly by the wing. publics.of of any the article United, the States produce than or manufacture les Etats Unis des articles provenant of all occupations, who may be in the yens de chacune d'ellcs, queUes quo
are, or
250 ditto millions of you on a string, shall be, payable on the like article, being du sol ou des manufactures desdites Re"- Territories subject to jurisdiction y soietitleurs occupations, qui ours

I'd bhcw you fun the produce or manufacture of any other pubhques, que ceux qui sont, ou zero nt of the One or the other, transient, or i rail-lit :>e trouver Claus les Territoires -

ilde 0! not an instant would I Hay, foreign country ; nor shall any other, or imposes sur les mimes articled provenantdu dwellingthereinlexving open and free soumii a l leer jurisdiction, soit i
With sol des manufactures de tout dUtre
nettles: scourged ;year, a day, higher duties or charges, be i ou
imposed
rant Andjuit begun. either on the exportation of by pays e'tranirer. De meme, il ne sera it n. to them the tribunals ofjusticc for theirjudicial pour y voyager suit pour y sejour.
party ar-
llkind ticle to the United States, or t8 the any Free pose, par Tune des parties, sur 1'exporta recourse on the same terms nee ; lour accordant pleine libene de

IJ'ye bite ? dye bite: ?-what, all at once? Hanseatic Republics of Lubeck, Bremen, tion de quelque article que ce soft, poles ur which are usual and customary with the recourir aux cours de justice, pour
,
)rig ?lust me, I'm not so great a dunce or Hamburg, respectively, than such as Rloubliques libres et Anseatiques, de natives and citizens of the country i in i leurs affaires Iitgienses, aux memes
jinl- To are, or shall be, payable on the exportationof Lubeck, Bremen, et Hambourg, ou poles
... fight the fleet ; urwhich they may be ; for which the}' conditions qui revolt accordees, par
tare that the like articles other Etats Unit, rcspectiveanent dJautre's.ni ,
to
and that, and that and that, any foreign coun "
r ort i%.v George I'll lay some hundreds flat, try ; nor shall any prohibition be imposed de plus forts droits que ceux qui sont may employ, iu defence of their right,, 1'usagc, au citoyens du pays ou its sa ...

-J D1 And then retreat' on the importation or exportation of any ou seront imposes Sur 1'exportation' des such advocates, solicitors, notaries,, trouveiont ; et d'employer, dans leur

cc- article, the produce or manufacture of the memes articles( pour tout autre. paysStranger. agents, and factors, as they may.judge; i proc spour la dcfeu: de leers droits, +

ra Izn: off, but pray sirs do not think United States.or of the Free Han ontic Repuolic De theme, \'t\ ne sera impose proper, in all their trials at law ; aud I refs avucnts, avoues notaires, agens,
abW I 11 offer the ? of Lubeck Bremen or Hamburg s'ir I'iui 1 portation ou sur 1'exporUtion des
you rmndatuires '.'ils .
prettiest pink such citizens or agents shall have as ou n trouveront coni
i itibtd to, or from the ports of the United States, articles provenant du sol on des manufactures
.wrct' >,o (. from henceforth I'Jl:Of pound citil speeches and maul';I,' j i or to, or from the ports of the other party, des Rc'publiques fibres et Ansci- free opportunity as native citizens to i venable du choisir? et lesdits cito- -;.- ',

you, | which shall not equally extend to all other tiques de Lubeck, Bremen et Hambourg, be present at the decisions and sentences yens, et leurs agens, jouiront de ia ; 1

And fl.11 lily r d.ys forever can you nations. ou des Etats Unis: a i'cntree au a U sortie: of the tribunals, iu all cases; me me l liberty que ceux du pays d'.as-

r. The Devil's leeches J 1 des ports dei publiques Anatique which may concern them, and likewise sister aux decision S, et sentences des

iris t. ---- :.o -- au de ceux de 1'autre partie, aucune prohibition ;". at the taking of all examinationand tribunaux: dr.ns to us les cas oil its sy I
Ttc qui ne soit u igtlement h-
"Old Bog.-'Ve pas evidence which be exhibited I inieresses ainsi
saw yesterday cable a tout autre nation.AuncLE.in.. may trouveront qu' a }'ex-

,=; In our streets, (snvs the Ports ARTICLE III. in the said trials. amen des : mlJi ns qui seraient ap- i

jp ter: mouth h"is Journal,) DonaJd Donald, Ho priority or preference shall be given II ne sera accordd, ni directcrr.ent, ni P tiles daus l le>dits proces.ARTICLE. I

.t? rJ seven years older than Dr. indirectement, par Tune ou par I'autr? ARTICLE IX. IX.
11 1u1 directly or indirectly, by any or either of
n C oke> He seems to be much ad- the des parties conl raeiantes, ni par aucune The Les
dictrd contracting parties, nor by any compa contracting parties, desiringto I parties cuut rartantes desirant

J f to intemperance, for which he corporation, or agent, acting on their compagnie corporation, ou autoril6 agent agissmt live in'peace and harmony with all l i vivre en |nix el h Car man ie avec toutes
:sn r' en son nom, ou son :tuc one
!
% queny has received correction, behalf, or under their authority, in the purchase priorit6 par quelconque, the other nations of the earth, by les nations du [Id terre, observant.
ou
"n Pr6ference pur
.-_: lade of any article, the growth, produce,
,,. hope of reform however. 1'aciiat cl' du viol ou du of a policy frank and envers chacune 6galcment une
,. lie or manufacture of their States, respectively ucunc production means equal1yfrjendty poli-
Iv firS served in several wars. Near- imported into the other, account, or 1'industrie de leurs Etats respecufs, import with all, engage mutually not tique franche et a inicale ; s'engagent

.e /or fty years ago, he offered himself in reference to, the character of the vessel c.-dans le territoire de 1'a.utre *cause, to grant any particular favor to other mutuellement a, 'accorder aucune fa-
;" tI; enlistment in the whether it be of the one party or of the ou en consideration de la nationalite de
American d'autres
ar- nations in to commerce and 1 veer particuliere a nations
,,, respect ,
1 my. \V otherin which such article navire qui aurait transporte cette production
asl ll1 was imported r
tts
elf nPon told him he was too it 1'une des navigation, which shall not immedi- en fait de commerce et de naviguion.
the suit
lEx r and with I being true intent anJ meaning of the qu'il appartinne a par-i
.tf. a present dismissed him. i contracting parties, that BO. distinction or tic, 60it a I'autre : 1'intrntion butt posi- : idateJy become common ty the other q ue ne devieauo a ussitet coruoiuae eII
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themselves under he I pounded coffee into it, and suffering ;: packet for Havana and Eng1.and

I ''part, u-ho shall enjoy the .irno freely I'auirc pnrtic ; ct crlle si i jouiru de and secreted Crosby retreatedto it to boil, srirrinz it at the same lime :. July 29th, with $400OOcT iu sai1t4, .'

if the concession was freely made, cette favour gratuitement, si la concession of the ron f.room, and crept under for a minute or two, when it is poured I The report( of the capture Spp.nf ii.{.

': ;: .or on allowing tho same compensation est gratnite, ou en accordant to an iidjoinHig soon draggrtl out out to drink. As the beverage is taken I French packet No. 3, with 98 7sengers
II.the concession was conditional. la memo compensation, si :la concession a bed ; but was without milk the and also pas
he learnt to his secret joy, that sugar or slightest i a report of ihe ca"I
'\ ARTICLE X. est condtt'ronefle. when had sue- difference in flavor is perceptible ; I ture of the brig Eliza of Phi1adejpI1'was
the
1.i: Tho present.Convention shall ho in, ARTICLE X. .scarcely corded"one of good party his esrape.-; and long experience having shown !: received by way of Kt.y WeI

force for the tf rni of twelve years, La pr scn'e Convention sera en making undergoing this to be the best way of preserving I and caused for a time much

ft f.l. from the date hereof; and farther, vigueur pendantdonze ans dater dfei Seeing his fellow of captive being bound, our it in perfection, it i is perhaps worth I Business was very dull u.mcnt. zClT

until the end of .twelve. months after I* jour ; et audela) de ce terme, the process immedlattly.el1.ed with mentioning in detail, pniticularly as i ra Cruz, the people appeared
I the Government of tho' .United' States I'cxplrafion Je douze mois hero was (o be
jiKqu'a.
ness in one ol liis tho use of this article has become so i principally engaged in the Prej
:- on the one part, or the free [Jansc { aprcs que Pun ou i'atitrc des GOIIvernerncnt such a Severn lan>( it utterly imporfi-- general, even-in England. tial election.It Q.

-a.rC1:: ic Republics of Luberk, Bremen, or des Republiques A ns at- limbs, as rendered tiuckingham's Travels.POLITICAL. xvas said there was

tt Hamburg, or either of th m, on the. iques de Lnbeck, Bremen, et IJam- blo fur him to **ik. would not bind -----.-_.---- -.',------ -- doubt of the election of Gen.veq littlt

I other part, shall have givennotice of bourg, d'une part, ou le Gouvcrnewent u' beg that you to the Presidency and uern.
olonel! "for in ro of
(:';'Jh J .their intention to terminate the same;; des Etats Unis, d'autrc part, aura me," said he to the ; _. _- -- as Vice President. The latter E3tayt

t"*:: each of the said! contracting parties; Himonce: a Pant re son intention de attempting to escape I have sprainedmv from the United Stales G(1.IIIr. ,. of Com. it .

, .;1.. .. reserving to itself! the righ C of giving: la terminer ; chacune des parties con- leg ;Roa most shocking manner" Clay, in his recent visit at Cincinnati opposed personal to enemy the Navy. The Porter, anctI

"p'1"" *": such notice to (lie other, at the end of tractantesjse rservant'ledrat"tle! faired and am not able to move a step. was introduced to a very in bad Mexi

?.I*'<*. : the said term of twelve years ; andit I'aumnme telle declaration, rtu bout 44 Go you shall !" 'excinimed the large number of persons by tho Mayor I navy the was had a been condition-m0 orI

.a. is hereby agreed between them, des Houzo ans susmentionnes ; et il Colonel, preparing to mount his of that City ; on which occasion I seamen discharged,aMI
.: i'ex- Lame or not lame, dead or the latter addressed him in I nearly all the officers had sent i in tbejr
: H':; that, after the expiration of twelve est convemi entre elles, qu'3 horse.4t gentleman

1 ; months after such 'notice shall have piration de douze mois apr s qu'tme .alive, to prison you go with the rest. behalf of his fellow citizens. Mr. Clay of resignations.the ; vessels I t is probable will thai no'nj

\.,. been received by'either of the parties telle declaration de Pune des parties 'Ifyou cannot walk, you shall be car made a reply which we should he hap- large The eVer nut to

;ft from the other, this Convention, aud aura etc t recjie par'Pautre, cette Convention ned ; here's a good horse, that will py in presenting to our readers this sea again. Congresso mOOr.I .
ed with () anchors and
;'1 all the provisions thereof', shall, altogether et toutes les stipulations y carry double, and you shall be tied to morning, but its length forbids. We chain, and H
fasts the Ca a1i .
two to
1'1}::! cease and determine, as far as contenues, cesseront d':tre .u liga- the cropper may, however, notice its spirit. I would for? Com. P0r
ter
r, ';.z regards the States giving and receiving toires, par rapport aux Etats qui don- So saying, the Colonel mounted After returning thanks, Mr. Clay proceed the United
. States. A number
,;: 1 j.1 such I notice ; it being always I understood ncront an recevront cette declaration; and ordered two of his men to raise! referred to the opposition which had I I led great of discharj.:

;;;1 Lr' and agreed, that, if one or bien entendu et convenu que si Pune up Crosby and seat: him straddle on I been manifested to the restrictive seamen were living on shore in\

.:Jfi; more of the Hanseatic -Republics ou plusieurs desditcs Republiques An- the crupper behind him. The men I measures of Government,& especially miserable condition-not being able{

j aforesaid, shall, at the expiration of seatiques a Pexpiration do douze ans, instantly obeyed without much ten. to the hostility and open treasonable to obtain pay for their services, nor

4"t:' ,,,,: twelve years from the date hereof .i dater de ce jour, donnerit re< oi- derness-for the sprained leg.of which threats at the South. lIe thought any employment. The government t

f ii : give or receive notice of the proposed vent la declaration de la cessation propos the prismier bitterly complained. that the resolutions formed in South had given them due bills, which they

},. termination of this Convention, it e de cette Convention, l.idite The whole cavalcade, horse and I Carolina, to wear only domestic manufactures were sj'llinjr at about an eighth of the

:;.f re:*: shallneverthelessremain in full force, Convention restera, neanmoius, en foot, now took up the line of march, were in the true spirit of'. nominal value.

:l ;.! and operation, as far as regards the pleine force et effet par rapport a. with their prisoners tied together in the American System, and that their From Vera Cruz.-The brig Arn

remaining ilanseatic Republics or celle ou a celles des Republiques An- pairs. On approaching the place of threats were altogether harmless. Palmer, which arrived y" srerdat

='''fr'. Republic! whfccli may not have givenor atiques, qui n'aura, ou qui n'auront, confinement, the Colonel dropped in To the friends who had( exerted I brings advices to the 9th ult. inclusive:

. 'i: t received such notice.ARTICLE ni duane ni recu, cette declaration.ARTICLE the rear, ant in a whisper gave Crosby themselves for his election to the Presidency Cipi. Paine reports that Commodore

t. I:: XI. XI. the proper directions for escaping Mr. Clay observed, that the L PORTER had become dissatisfied with

;1 The'preseut.Convention bring approved La pr sentE' Convention etant ap- The escort:hateB: in two lines, between measures of the present administration the conduct of the Mexicansandw

.?!jh h: ) and ratified by the Presidentof prouvce et ratifieo par les Senats des which lie prisoners marchedinto I were not essentially different from about to resign his command of the

i the United Slates, by and with the Republiques Ans ztique de Lubeck the uui Id'ng.VhUe every eye those which ho should have pursued, navy and return to the United States

: -i.. ', advice and consent of tho Senate Bremen, et Hambourg, dt par Ie Ire- was fixed npon'the-processio.n, Cros.. and, said he, "all the principal acts -t-ln one of the last papers, we find

": : i thereof; and by the Senates of the sident des Etats Unis, par, et avec Pa- by slipped from the Colonel's horse, and measures of the existing administration letter from the Commodore to the a

P;: : Hanseatic Republics-of Lubeck, Bremen vis ct le consentement du Seiiat des. and disappeared ; nor was his absence: have my humble and hearty editor, complaining of certain slaj.

;'rA' and Hamburg, the ratifications dits Etats, les ratifications en seront noticed for several minutes ; so that; concurrence." derous reports that were in circulation

_ : ?! shall be exchanged at Washington chang Washington dans Pespace all search for the fugitive "vas rendered In reference to his visits to the against hi l r. ; and some of his lettersto

!::": : within nina moots from the datehtieofor do neuf mois, a dater de ce jour, ou unavailing. West, Mr. Clay observed, that the affairs :. the Marine DeparnnentarepabIj.

" ii sooner, possible. plutot, si faire se pent. I &;I of his farm required his attention ed.con)plaining of th:'absolutely desti.

:: t;; In faith whereof! wo, the Pcntnotcutiaries En foi de quoi Plenipotentiaries I Courtship. gentleman feeling: once a year, and on tho present oc tute condition ol the: foreign seamen, '

II\''t... ; of tho contracting: parties, des parties contractantes out sign la a strong partiality for a young lady casion, the state of his health rendered whoso term of service having expired, -

!, i.' have signed the 1 present Convention : pr sente Convention, et y ont appos: whose name was: Noycs, was desirous, a removal from Immediate official I had been discharged without being

. .':, ;, and have, thereto, affixed OUt stak.! lour sceaux. without the ceremony of a forma! I duties absolutely necessary.! Heclaim- I paid a shilling.-Idem.Cnmmodore .

' .r:;.: Done, in quadruplicate at the City Fait quadruplicata, en la Cite courtship, to ascertain her sentiments. I ed a right} in public assemblies, audI I. J Porter.

J I .'.4....f Washington, on die twentieth day de Washington, le vingt D cembl I -For this purpose, ho said to her one: I through! the press, to defend himself I of the Amos Palmer-C-ipt.Pain,
big
:; 41 of December, in the year of our 1'an de Gr ce mil huit cent vingt-iept,pjt !ay-with that kind of air and man I from the assaults of his bitter enemies at Ne?
i Lord thousand! hi'tidied I York, on Tuesday 1 lust, from Yen
t'z one eight and t lu cinquanto deuxieme de Pinde- ner which means either jest or earnest I Mr. Cla rpnnrks
d; !\;' tweut,>'.sevcll, in the tifty- ectJl1Ll.ymtl' pemlancu des Etats Dub, .d'AIIl rOIH as you choose to lake: it. "If Iwere I I ;persons'\ $ opinions nporv his some dig Cruz, whence he sailed 9th August,
fastidious } informs! ilia editors of the
Statesra-m
3' of the Independent'* c? th-i Unit! I [ : ,
)
. 1! to ask whether are under -
.To i i you you I nity beintj compromised by public adi -
::4': : States of America.Signed that Com. POUTER, of the siip Asia,
: matrimonial
; engagements to rill)F i dresses, are worthy ut'nute- they are:
.r?: [ ] 6-brig; Bravo, of 18 guns,& one other
TSigned] 'which 'of
.. ono, .part your name j"No- j truly republican.
l: r [L.S.] II. CLAY, [L. S.] V. RUMP FF yes] mUht I iake for an answer ?" "Some have persuaded themselves of 18 guns, were lying in tint port

r. ; tL. S.] V. RUMPFF.; [L. S.] H. CLAY. "The first," said she in the same L that in occasional ad C n'n illodoro Porter had hauled down
; ,t they saw my Ills flag, discharged nil his and!
: And whereas, the said Convention has been duly ratified on both parts, tone. men
-; : ;:: and the respective ratifications of the dress to the people, incompatibility k had but a few soldiers on board to
same were exchanged at Washington, "And were I to ask if you were inclined I with the dignity and reserve belong-
\ on the second day (}June thousand hundred and take care of ho vessels. The iMeii.
one eight
. twenty eight, by to form such an eiitrigenvjiu, to the office I hold. I know
I lug not
: ; Hemy Clay, Secretary of State, of the United States, and Vincent Kumpff, should a person ofler who loved you;, ;; what standard it cans were dissatisfied with Cum.PUf. :
according to ;
."::; 1'; Minister Pienipolentiaiy j ur the Free Hansc-'tlic Republics of Lul'l'ck,Bn'- and was not iridinWenl to yourself ; be deduced from ( can nor, and he intended returning to tbe

:..;:;," men, arid Hflmbur!!', near the said United States ou the of their what of name hiighi I tiiini; .I hardly any a popular United States by the! first ronv yance.
"" p'I part your repiesentative government) thesernntlefiien ,
.
,
-
tive ---
: r Governments. ngflB + ?
... ,. -
. take as an anavpi? < have regulated their
:l"f.:,: : Now, rhrrrfore I be it "nn'\11 that 1 ; I, JOHN Qur.vcv ADAMS, President of 1 4The la.".HU.t I opin Relations with Ajexico.On '.
7 : the United States of Amenfa, have caused the said Convention to be made fulS. Trn dignify appears to nit, to the 30th! ult. the Now Yorl
.\ nd if I tell von that} I love you: he of office station,
I independent or
;.;: public, to the end that! tho siine & every chaise & article ti eieof, may i he observed ; I and nsk to form urli an Mercantile Advertiser published IhI
yon ll } condition
euugi.reinent belongs to but i if
.:'itt.S..?,r.:.I. &. fulfilled! WHit eood. liu'th!. by the Cfiiu-d Stares, & the citizens ..hereof.L : with me, then what part of } uj:' I I there I ea difference every between;private: following! paragraph; :_

' t4 ;" In witness whereof': I IMMheiHimto; I: set my hand, ;nnd caused the seal of name may I take ?" :land life the exalted the Trcywit/z l'Itzicu.-It was reported
; public: more
.: : the I United States bfaffixed..
; to
l't the
; "Oil then. previous to
: replied the blushing I j station ,L greater i is the obligation of adjournment
::f Done at the City \'LshingTOn, this second) day of June, in tic year girl' "tak the whole ii Congress that a messenger had arrivcd
:
: na/nn ; ay, 1siidi the pnbl functionary, in my bumble
i.* of our Lord one thousand, right hundred and twenty eight, and of a case.l would cfarrftttiiresign render himself amiable Washington! with the copy ofi i
nieiit
to
jiifl
, ,
.: ,; ihe
: Inilepenaeii.-.e ot the United States tire fifty second. Commercial
itfur Albany C/tron.' I treaty, t\ ith Mexico, agreed -
yours. affable, iii.! accessible. The public
f :
;: JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. upon by Mr. Poiusett. \V,
. : :: ;. B> the President Coffee.-Cotfee drank after dinner officer who displays a natural solicitude were informed 1!
yesterday, that this was
'
defend himself
It cr1.. :. H. CLAY, Secretary of State. promotes digestion ; and agues, di- to against a the fact-that the Treaty was -m
-
.tr.,',;.:. .-}. ..... --- -.-"\ -_ ---- arrhoeas, and giihiinesss have frequently charge_L.._.. _.dep.ply.affecting__ ___ .__._ _. .1.his_ honor.'and ed bv our Senate!:{'nt hii-Lnr approt-ifii
;: \. _1\:1\: Q"-J.:.I, "lJ'':' \. \".'.i."1\,..' i' I cret meetings. Our hero accordingly been removed 03' it. Its sub. cnaracier, rnnniiesis ai MIR same nine, final(ratification of the--Mexican' Government -- 4

=-. _- __ nnde his tile oil stimulates solids a just respect for the community.It .-
: .1:. =:; arrangements to have the rarifies the and was again received<
:
:; : From the New York Courier. is 1 think an erroneous
judgmentof
whole
himself included taken blood, and consequently is of
corps great Washington more than month
a sine
: The Unmasked.This the of office and its ]
relations
7 Spy inio nature
custody. Unwilling, however, service to those who lend: a sedentary ratified by that Government. Ifhb
1: ; work consists of the memoirs to trust himself again in the hands of life, and to those who suffer from to suppose that it imposes he he true, it seems that our Government
l r. ENOCH CROSBY,the HARVEY BIRCH the o <|uty on the officer, of abstra iins strange
rangers, and aWare that his absence phlegmatic and catarrhal diseases. If have not in this period
!.)1L of Mr. COOPER'S Spy. It is himself from society, and a stiti and promulgated
an au- at the time of the capture, drank too strong, it affects the nerves, a circumstance of so mud
&Lc themic account of the secret services would awaken tho suspicious of his and by its penerrdting property often stately port. Without, I hope forget- interest to our Commerce. _
j
rendered by Crosby, .during the Revolutionary less fortunate comrades, ho applied occasion sleeplessness) : and tremor of. ing what was due to myself my habit, In of the
War taken from his throughout life, has been that of consequence foregoing j_ _
own to Colonel Morehouse, who residedin the hand ; hut in some phlegmaticand paragraph, the editors of the National

_1 L lips. The editor is H. L. Barnum, tho vicinity, and reqiiested his co- indolent individuals: it is apt to friendly, free, and frank intercourse Journal inquired<< into the facts of the

-- Esq. operation. This gentleman had no excite sleep. If coffee be not used with my fellow citizens. I have case, and found them to be asfollo,:
-- : It is a tale eventful life, of daggers immediate not thought it necessary to changemy
command, but promised to merely as u diluter for relaxing the Don Pablo Obregou, the HIexi
: : of toils and of escapes, which assemble and fibers personal identity in any of
it
arm a sufficient number ought to be nude strong. Minister to the United Stales receive
1 ::::1 i would be excellent ground-work for ''of the various offices through which T
; a men for this ; The best
. r. ... ; particular occasion. proportion is one ounce of while at New York, tho raiificatifli
; romance, but which are doubly interesting have passed, or to assume a new character. -

well
Accordingly the roasted
f at time appointed, and ground coffee to one by the Mexican Government, of J
! from their truth.Vltat a the tories It may not be easy to draw
all
being collected at their pound or one pint of water, which Boundary between United
: tJ throng stirring memories most enliven usual the line, as to the occasions in whicha I treaty toe
rendezvous
should
! ; be
two of the members just allowed! to boil up ; for I, States and Mexico, which ha d bees
it- lh ? old age of' Crosby-what hastily entered with the man should remain silent or defend
of longer it is boiled it
some degree loses the concluded at the latter in !tE be
place
\t. pictures must his dreams present consternation of himself In the general, it is beuer I
depicted in their faces, more its volatile and, aromatic i:
*-.i; how it be in the particles that he I (preceding January. On the 2dM'
delightful must calm one of whom addressed the captain. and consequently becomes perhaps, should leave his' the

. :; evening of his life, to look back upon Sir, there is a company of armed weak and insipid. As coffee is public acts, and the measures which jjnst President this information was given to.
possessed who did consider I"1!*
the perils, ihevhances, the lights,and men collecting at Col. Morehouse's. of excellent tinti-spastuodic he espouses or carries to their own not .

:mi'i: the shucies of his morning. Again he What can be their object ?" virtues, it is a favorite beverage with vindication : but if his integrity be selfat the liberty to exchange ratification further l
jof Treaty without the
; leaps from his prison window questioned and dishonorable
again Are we betrayed exclaimedthe the hypocondriac and the hysteric charges, itlL'coiLsent
':rr he rushes for life, while the bullets Captain, looking round and ; under high and imposing names, be of the Senate, 1151nuchthe ,
sternly according to early observation it
i<:ot fall thick around him, and the tramp at the company. "Can it be possible is also the best and must effectual remedy preferred against him, he cannot remain [j; four months had expired w"i&b 4 : _
i 1'.j; of his strikes fearfully on his that silent without insensibility which thero was a stipulation ia _
f! .. pursuer we have any traitors among us 1" in spasmodic asthma a culpable bI
_
!
that shouJJ
.f;;:, ear-again he wades the swamp, and I Oh no," replied the Lieutenant. The steam of boiled coffee has fro i to all that is valuable in human Treaty the exchange '
:;: .: treads the forest-what life and The life." made, and with which stipulation _
probability is that the lower been beneficial '
r' I quently to weak .
eyes, fore them adfl '
the Senate had
.Z Warmth there are in such recollections !I ,
and ---
are drive the such --
utr party coming up to d-d to persons as are not habitual and consented to the rrcaty.l 5
rebels off; and that Morehouse has I wine drinkers of VRIG.. .
or a irrita- 1
very
; Treaty is therefore be again _
to
The volume is embellished with collected this ble A-- :=
to
- several plates. Amongst them is a them. company oppose j' teniperanerut.rl'Vjljcz.J.trabjanmenod I' 'rOll& the New York Mercantile. before the Senate at the next 53
of preparing Cof From Columbia.-The of Congress with Ci' (
miniature likeness of Mr. packet brig ; together a
Crosby ta-
Some of It is
and fee. found
out that
the
you go recon certain
only 2'
)4 )ken from life. He is what we should noitre" said the Captain ** and if mode of the Medina arrived last evening, from mercial Treaty beiween the ttious ._ _
retaining
; flavor of
pure Carlhagena having left that in Mexico io f
call a It long-headed" man, and he port on, ncgociiited
there be any appearance of danger, the coffee, is to roast, pound, aud boil the 14th ult.Ve learn that Bolitrtr"' ary last, to the ratification of *"*______
stood in need of head !
certainly a long "
it all
give us notice. in
timely quick succession, the roasted
was taking measures 10 the it is understood that a
during his revolutionary services. His prosecute conditioj J
Five
or six sallied berries
immediately soon losing their .
flavor if *
face is honest and war against Peru with vigor. News been annexed by advice of the i
sensible.
,
grave forth, while their comrades remainedin laid by for a day, and the
lIe is now about seVenty-eight pounded had been received of some skirmishes can Congress which: was not att-
old-he is in comfortable circumstances years anxious suspense for their report. coffee becoming insipid even in a few between the advanced troops of the ed to it when the senate of the I'_ _
This suspense, however, was not of hours. The Arabs of the de3ert I
who
4 cultivating a small farm and I two countries, in which the Coloim ted States advised its ratification-
cu-
t ; long duration ; for the challenge of are from necessity economical in the '
l hale old Ho is universally 44 bians wero successful. Bolivar, who From from SY
joying a age. I stand surrender !P' soon saluted use of this article, follow the Smyrna.-Leltcrs
esteemed and bears a most same was to join the army in the campaign, na dated in June the returt
exemplary -I tho ears of the whole and threw if say
party, process, even they require
only two had _
Gen.
character. appointed Momiilo to act the U. S. ( Warren .
them into of sloop war .
a stale consternation of the
cups liquid, handfulof
roasting a
in
k the his absence as superior Chief of had diffused uhspeakabl J JO ii
From J
many interesting scenes dismay, and confusion which it would berries on an iron plate the port
described in this book we select the bn difficult if not impossible to de- them in the pestle and mortar, pounding while three Departments of Zulia, Mag.* & that it i is impossible to des.cnbe
dalena, and the Isthmus nail he
was which
following r- popularity Capt. KeWj
srribe. Some sprang; from the win. warm, and the instant the water boils
It was at a retired habitation, that dow; and attempted to conceal them- which it generally does by the time, swoio iulo office ou the 12th, at Car- trunk manners, active servic #i '1

the newly formed company of tories selves by plunging into snow banks the other thagena. ready, spirited, and efficient aul to fr 3
; preparations are completed 4
in habit their Capt. Bukad .from Vera Cru, commerce of W* country, haOCed
the holding
se-
were others
the
rau to top of the building, so that no time is lost putting the
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be established at TaBa-! 11r*. ofrn ear to one o! the .om atanti. IfI HYMES'fcAL.
.. J.* V :J.hI r.hont to I, T1toP1IA
1I.
I
left ,
Smyrna: <
W/-c;: I whole to he cropped
,41' : The Gazette has been published I I the squad were now nA.RUU-At Escambin, ow the 7th ,
IH-S-
"u I"J'- .IctinopIe,cunvnvilthe brigc hi- ill present Editor, upwardoflo'ir and. i!I: birch, d, they would be treated accordingi init.. by the Hev Iswc Boring, ur the For carrying the Mails of the l/wi-

[tlh+ ) ,.t ISto11urt'olk Lutccn.= a'half v"flrs-and su long as we receive ,j their Mations and their conduct. When Methodist Church, Mr. UA:IKL MrRarrr, led Stales un following mutts
believe do the >h fiou Ofe: cry Whipper snapper iu i the community l+, MISS C'TXTHIA It. Co't *
in* we we ) Hfiri :; ItiY, daughter of will be received at the' General
-- :1' ihe we will not be discouraged. But '>i inn reach the honeraMc eminence of a du Itadfard L. Cotlen, & Costmastcr
j public, q ut
n\ZETTE : ,I v.e be? our friends to recollect that we can- l'l'I I ellist, surely men of Sense, character, and .callbi3. Post Office, until the 25th of JVbvembcr -

__ -- .- 1 In..r fete on aprubation 01 pay expences I standing ouVhl to hold the usage in utter next, inclusive, viz :
-- == -
/OLA;, SEPTF.IBEH, 30th.' 1l,'!::, '! a l'ih l1ri.P, hdweveialuableit may be to stun" \\ hat an excellent remark ; how DIED
In Florida.
1
I
i ar.hlll'sn'lu'l' u-th.-tiifle could the writer of it Jie a victim to a usage
n'. Let t pay At Burnt Com Al*. the
on 17th inst
- mark ioirArdi t7 as he trot spare, whirh he fo Huh depictedThe answer > : 150 From Tallahassee to St. Marks
'critf Sans Pcur. L uie, or us I I DAMI;, POKVKS only child of ThouiasPnrves ,
. .. -- laud\ we have no fear ol the lesult. j\'edo i is, he had wasted hi* lortnn!at the gamingtable once a week 22 miles.
- PiUon. let those ,I !-he had in cout rquence fled for his Esq. Leave
// (ritof! rtnsacola--\\ rijrret to learnt our best tn }lle:.st' our Tallahassee on Tuesday at 6 A.
On board the Ship ninArun, in which
t"I' :jqJ't.h t, .. i the iijenc) "urcnmcl.l.ualur- I "ht are satisfied of that fart do I/uiVbest lile, Blamed with the gUilt tI f fvretrfr> lie had taken fur tae United M.! and arrive at St. Mark by 11 At M..
however passage
: nut c. I II Ita< as A public speaker Leave same 1 P.
':c ilici JS, or thoughtless r'JII. ours (0 Ui :-\H' hh III I every Tuesday at M.
fd "ul'pu.-t
is in t.'e Counftv ha- become im- I I The N.-W York Kmiuirei, cpealLing of that Graham mosl hone. Very few I have Mates, on the 26th Jul)'. Capt. I'.OOTII I and arrive at Tallahassee by 7 P. M
.,rilef ihm if MIIJ I aho"1 be I ever he/iid rpa Sbrlt him and I iIHYQtir'ard of the United States' Shp Lexington.Jil I 151. From Pensacola
'r'" .j "i'" tfv, our City the Ir roflt of a ntw!I''per .111 I to Covington
?; rupl
p.. .".-. t'j ;t \*;.. Yellow Fo'er i< rlCI'p'fll" :! .'o.r.ltilctl! III ih.it CII.V, under ihe title ol ; most nt the Senate and at the bar." Say Col Perr I. Hahfux County ?7r$7nin -" Ala once in two weeks. 70 mile
: ., 1 )J.. : the *ho knew on the 19th ult : Doctor l HIRIKS I
Tragedian,
? -i P.l\ t' as ute them 7''/" !leer rv. *a> fc Can llt- succeed / I Macrendy, I. Leave Pensacola every other Monday at ,
t1 f", ,t "It' .eynrt U Mist: ant! w.ihonl founds .Vu-and we do not say tins became we du GrntiHin w"lI..A Yf't this man" save the MAINE of the U. S. Navy, a Native of I 9 A. 'M and arrive at Covington on Tues-

tItna'i.r !1I.t: Veil )* fever has ap- ,! &lot'oh. them to succeed, but we wish to editor of The Yankee who f) hi* native fester County,: Pennsylvania ; in the j Idayat6P I j M.j .

) hrrr thU HIt is true that the check this ruinous, a-lventurous spirit- this \rountry" (he was born at Catskill, New- 7th year of his age. Doct. ))'. teas well j; Leave Covington every other Wednes- -

r",1"C'u ; It)', a* we 1 rage for publishing papers, which end in Yurk) "might have been hatever be known and highly esteemed in 1'ensacola.' day at 6 A. M. and arrive at Pcnsaco'a on

h J p.. r..pcair.I.y! Iu'nuut.cd-it ha< seized KeTuy losses to rile projectors, and injuies j j I pleased to be, wanted the outage to forgive JJt hit retidence in Ohio on the 2Cth I|I j I Thursday; at 6 P. M.

,. ', rd inuividual, 'art t those who ; papers already, Chtahlished. The blll.messI i j Jin affront ; the courapr to refuse being ult : the Hon. CHAKLKS WILLING HTIUI, 152 From Alachua court house
t \1' c tn-' in fins: tluCunnliy have nut isuveuline.V'> hive not payable readers i' shot to death, like a deserter from the Judge of the U. S. Court for the District I!I Black Creek Jacksonville by

G t: II t T.-inf. ficin it. Hut n."t a single; in- for all the Citv pant-r BOW published.\I I appointed place of duty. And why / he of Ohirt. } Leave Alachua court house, once a week.
,. the Dengue has occurred I I was a forger And wry I He was a every'Foestday
fT" r -it-nth! bv 1 I''til'e have lately seen much sparring about At hit residence in 1'arii, X$,-On the 6 and
in' ,,,.'o!. ; one individual "Mr.,Walker) certain tucks in trade, and working on 'GAMBLER Let that be his epitaph." 8al1.Iay, the H;n. UOBKRT rKI BU.A'IS6ciltt on' at A. M. arrive at Jacksonville
,1.cPa<.' here and died in the tour The foregoing needs 10 further remark j Wednesday noon.
t. ,1r: e SuuJav. If uiore papers spring up, there Judge of the Supreme Court of Leave
tr tll '1, would! tint take any thing butt A it he'more trickery in the trade, unless, -it entries a sufficient lesson to those woo the United State. II same every Sunday at noon andarrive

(. .'" As well might thedealhof any :aideed, supported by some heavy purses can be taught. In the City of ,Ycw York, on th 6th inst : 6 P.at Alachua court house on Monday.
',, \ toe, would snoot himself after visit- While on this subject we will make a by M.
behind the curtain. aftvr short illness
a (;en. I'mommus Ihl-t
;: p..!j ..if4'h, he atttfhmed (o the pl IAce..h short extract from a Charge+ lately deliver" LET ; for the last 25 Po; Mister of! 153. From St Johnstown or ]HhifF toi
t t f Mr Walker. Thr> D'ncne flaa preI cnaasih Newspnptr. \V a have received thrnrrhor.t! i O is succeeded City. |I Leave St. Johnstown other -
Maury. >
falSt'itfp by
t :.uiveically many parts El Redactor", a papei published in New Jit Sutlivtin'i hand every ----
Charleston S.
0 L'nitei! Stnteg-we I?o n it believe the edited another-indiscretion begets misfortune near and I arrive at St Augustine on Monday by
pocK in the
nt Spanish language ; by
C the 7th 'I
WILLIAM iMow.n
on nut. K.
:
the rotjn'rr 'II'it by misfortune, misery-misery, dissipation 6PM.
r. vni in Do.i .'11\0 .I..e de Leiena : it is issued on late _
a" ,?m.- the City, and. ve repeat it, no the luth 20th. and 30th of every month at and vice-dissipation and vice inevitable Captain. in the Army of the UnitedStates. I-ave same every other Tuesday at oA.

c..f dcrtctilts p) c.iMOrt heretiM! Sum- I Six D'JLI.AKS a v ar.V.. Hagen Hunt i is ruin. Gambling, like the famous box of M. And arrive at St. Johnstown -- --. _
r' While; on this stihjcrt wo cannot Agent for this piper, and will receive and I Pandora, is the source of almost every- In !H'athinirton City, on the 10th inst.

:j'. 1101 er Pnnrt rP.in7! th1 +rc.h i l hal our city I forward subnet intions. Thp follow ii ,' are evil. The toys of money and of time, of Dojr PEDRO OliKKoox: Minister ot the He- ArO TES.
health of of reputation and of public vf Mexico to the United StatedMEMMBfcrn -*.
; .,' 'ici Mould not i<.iiy Guard ajraiu t the coiiditi-ms copied from the number be- principle 1 The Post Master lienetal
iT.tt.-! but aH! 1 u-J in ri'dvavorinp; to I mind, follow as of course in the train ofconsequences. IBHIBIIIIII asaa &sa afet* ***iXKjfc I I may expe-
d.te the :
i fore Its tibia arid alter the times tor arrival ,
oUllrt ra.'t the fi'.cr rry.ir'i which hive u Esto I peri6tlico se publics los dias .O'rlC \ I I t and departure, at time curing thocontiruaiicvof
. The which find in the el. I any
rii ai'd are still c':: :, iat J ; much to the I following we reply ,
. ..-y or our pLc?. cI :i..z,\'l.'inte, y treinte de calla mcs, por of the Grand Jury to the Charge of DO herehy constitute and appoint I I the contract, by paying an

-..-- I JUAN JOSE DE LCRENA su propri ;ta- Judge Maury we commend to the attention I I Capi M. Ciupper my lawful a t-nt, to adequate that compensation for any extra ex.

The Hem IvtcaVrnn.. Jti-ige of the i rio v editor. El }precio de la suscrip- of our Leg-ulalite Council ; with a transact all busiues* of what ku. l Ota, I I' penne flUbe occasioned thereby.

" ,tl'iprn r-Utrirt of Florida/ arrived in I ion es de Seis Pesos por snot para \iew to the improvement o! the law on this |for me, in the Territory ol Flon;.'. 2 Seven minutes shall be allowed for _
"' cc'\". fort his rcidence, on t. An-j\ subject. I "pei.i'i i cl; and closing the Mail; at all offices
el 29 It.Vm. Barnett
-
los stiscnptorrs! de eats citid.td ; y the of : : w.el't': n>i particular time ii
specified.
'.s list, on ?ahrd.fa.t, : .T'ldpei "They Present practice gaming I

'f-n;; 9'1:1; fr-lT'n '..I..J S: lsq 111:+1'4115t I p.igo se huri por[ tnmestres vencidos. as a nuisance: fraught with many ,. 3 For every fifteen min.tei', delay, in .

t V,e P *tr'-t; -nil j! proceed to Key West :j Por el mismo precio se reinitera por dangers to the moral atmosphere) Public Sale at Key \Vcbt. irrn ;nij-. after the time Pre"Cribetl in any ,

'n tlte U S. Sltip; Falmouth! to sa I on a iJ corrwo 4 los snscriptorrs de otro of our country ; and as calculated to ''/ INN: followingproperty belo'i;mg' t<> contract, the contractor shall forfeit live

,on zc :n u .:: ufo pantos de los Est tdn> Unidos peroI load Youth into the of tvil-dis- uL the United States will be sold a dollars ; and, it'the delay continue until

deberin rctnitir adel.intado el import sn-ues Auction at Key u eat on the 1st November the departure: of any pending mail, where
Fvw'. T.. Ir +t n a'trl Pr.T".n \tit, I !posed and wicked) men, and to the for cash viz : by x trIp is lost, a forfeiture double the
ylen.heic of the Legislative de la suscripf ion, Los suscrip:ores if tlio a.iiount allowed for the '
T. :'iire? temptation, not practice, ofovery I The large shed occupied formerly a$ carrying m.lilone
' ,i-i ii, left this pure eftrrday, for Talh I biers de los Estados Unidos pagarin other vire.rhen once a I Quarter for Seamen doduty: on bin/re trip, shall be incurred, unless it shall be

h <-? ocho pesos auniiules (t II atencion u Youth becomes attached to this I now ander rent at 300 per annum. made to appear that the delay was occasioned

!Lstct cf a !letter received from an los ijastos de recaud icion y otros va- practice I The Store, hitherto med as an i-suing bj unavoidable accident; in which;

?5crr on h+::ard nf the 17 S Sli 'p Ueb rios la he is iu great danger ; it soon store,now under render rent ut gluaJ pel asc- the amount of pay for a trip will be
' '.rf" hh !nrml in this place, dated off! I que se originan en correspon- becomes a passion: which 1 like a annum. forfeited. These forfeitures, it will be

Ma:ta, lotli J-rue, Ih28.We i j dencia con p'intos distnntes.' Sc whirlwind, hurries him resistlessly The building adjoining1 it, formerly! ,,:,sen rd, are unconditional ; except for '

sailed trnm \l hon on the 2d June J; aprovecliarin las primeras oportulin along without Drinkable: to help I himself ; cupied as store house, now under rent,at he failure' of a trip by unavoidable acci-

tint) a'"ter :a : a" :-'ge ot 6 Ib) arrived i dades para reniitir los nunieros a los ; 01 to receive the aid of others g70 per annum., den', the penalty may 02 reduced to the
ho 11 iv pf Tun's. and crime ID anchorbrt"atl i ; of one .rip. '1 hat on
i snscriptoreSjhieu sea por los paqnetcst small frame Hou standing .!reach pay nu condition is
until ho i lost himself
is
ot the i-t Cxrthage from to his relatives, thi-j sots, or the other:
> ruins : I ed now under rent at g80 j per au-i-nu. penalties Mated, to
%.'c-:' we sa,}l"d on the 9ih amt next (1 otros buques quo su 1 jwopoicionen. and the country-he dies perhaps a A frame House, near the LiKlll II,>usr, oe emitted.,

.'.) touched at Mn'ta where we found the i i Se traducirin, e Inset tarlu los avisos ;l i nfwiable outcast, elf from his fi.icud;, on the Sou'.li side of the Island' now uaj 4 Persons making proposals are requested

Lexington. t. Boot'l."We i 1' tres v,'sta coiisecntivos k razon de tin cut,itie'd and unwept.. Tliry would j j der ivnt at S3 per annum to state their prices by the year

tl.en proceeded to Tripoli,and reltf'lE'tl I peso por cada qtiadradn, entendionj I' therefore! urge till necessity of all l I PenNanol i, St"pt.25th 1828294t. '1'ir'J"ie'ho contract will receiw ilieir pay

', stn to ihi) nlsce ; from here we ; dose por esto que Io largo del av'fo who have influence( in J I The East Florida Herald Si An.;ll tine qojiterl} -in the months of May; August.
"
alit Society
,' ,' f"r as
ill iJ l
f \ raru'e. t :\: the Ftonda Adv-jcate TalJahi ov 'mueranll Febriiarj
'
'se made Io aucho do la column srN I one month after
The Oflictrs an.! ere"of the Delaware I 1 1I por well the! Ltw-iiukorv, us those Fo rwill:j please insert the move aJveniMt-nrn c life expiration of each quarter. ,

'W' rt in excellent he.ilih.v'u !j LHS comunicarionMS ;v cart;, dchr ,*- whom the L.ivvs iiie made, to shew f I j until me 25th October and fo-\ ard their S. No other than a free wnhc i .
--1'-- l1 vf nir franca de P )eta. Los que l their uccoQnts to W. Hasell Hunt E-l-.tarof the pavanes
by example! now dot-ply tiVy.; shah bt- emplo ed to carry the mail.
AVv 11 CsLltz'it House.-Capf Donne n fse; subscrib un arlo I'encacola Gazette for '
y qutrr
por feel the evil : payment.
roMultiusz
HC\'CIHlt' at'OarliTton consequncfs 'Ul 6. Where the intends
the Jutttr Mano.i, arrived I proposer to convey
in 2 1nvs from Key West, r e- an anunciar sus esidbleciniH'ntos. eui too frequently honi this p racttcc." II I I t the mul in the body of a stage -carri}
foKsihat the Lu-ht at flee West had been i i: todos log nunieros Pat tariet doce pesosj I t 1 et r\to Or EtltI age, he is desired to stale it in his propo

supplied with oil. j j atlel-intados advirtien! no dcber ( IIlii.ulUI.-Thp. Louisville Advertiser I nrESTERY DISTRICT ; I. site ; and the' stage must be of sufficient

The New York Mercantile states that '. ocu I err tl l avian mas do un qnadrado. I I stales, that Mr. Buone, the ; Jaclsnn Superior Coat j I size, unless otherwise expressed, to accncmiodate

among the person tp"kt'nf to succeed Se suscribe i este periuiiico: v se en- 1 Jackson candidate for Congress from I bcveu passengers.
John Smith
the hue (t'n. Hnill'.'. P? P "IIyre Col. IOS':LI':, late i'jesident of the :j ronarfir ,n sup nuneio: > Mi.(ltos de van I the third District, has been elected bv vs. In to make Every proposer may offer in his bid

Luited States, and t.SLlii 'L&LLArtIEa; q[. !, ta en a Imprenta Espa oils \ o. 23, 1,1 m.ijonty; of 31 vole over the pre- .; Henry Oneal & Chmctrt any oi the improvement miil, from the in the terms transportation -
invited
c Proves street on el de-ailu'ha ostablecido 5lember Mr. Bl.ike. Jesse Moses Defendants.I .) .
j y ; scut either as 'o the mode of
transporting -
Ue learn tint tl.f' :TJC! of ihonetv novel,. iu. 6." I I I T appearing to the Court that the Dfendailt ,
ea 11'ILLLI.I-s rr.Itr/ t i h, tie! speed required, or the
vlt& th our rojim jni' n. Cuoprr, is writing, I i. frcqueite
His will Jesse Moses* result-b out of of the
friends 'ek-whicb
nuirierous be glad cy trips per shaB -
Cki'a
.
IS The ({lIlt' Iri :u-tur- h.
v Gamt"%,-In our last we made ome 0:0 learn !that a letter has ben receiv- 1 I| this District, and ha> not ;answcreu the receive due coioideratioii.
Rill of CompUintjn. this CIAU l'.
The St. An.tti.te Herald{ of tje 3 intend'- t'A in Baltimore from General LAFAYETTE It is thetefore prdered that tin'ess he do The number of ihe prst route-shall ba
: l peranee, and puolished an impressive stated ia bid
il'ist. "U'e even and the
inform
i\s
fnondabroad! that rrr cur nappy citizens are in the our j stance of its horrid effect ; we now pro- as late as the 13th July, appear here on or before the first Mundayot mint be se.lcJ and directed to the proposal Gene

f J nerd to lest oefore our traders HU fijuallv when he was in good health and spiWe February next, and atwwer the Cum.laill.TIl's I ral Post ()Mice. & endorsed. "
tnovment; of health: : These i1* not a sir'- hill 1'ro P o9'als."j
will
J impressive instance of the fatal (fleets of rid. the same be taken for Strict
pie! rt.eu fC'"c01' other autumnal I attention must he given to the en-
any I Gambling, a pas.vion, which if not restrain- confessed against hint ; and the matters .doige.T.ent.
i it is
cutlpl.illt, cxibtinjj UJit tins 1 t not intended to break
unionist -
druid thereof decreed
ed in time, aJmo jiNnrs Icjiis tn accordingly
,
the seal ot proposal until the
enneso, rout, dfperatioii. and dishonesty ; understand that his Exrelh-n I And it is further ordeietl that a copy of any time for
Zxcci.n ::,:\fal',1 l S.i.chir; for the receiving bids ii;'ah have rx in d. .
p
Governor
nnii not unt'reqnenilv to uicdc, or, what DUVAL, lately paid a vi- thih Order be published in sine ]>ub'ic'
8. T'ie! Po"t \Ia ter General
'f'u"lc- .I..lm| Staf.'bn'vs!: I
executedM I amounts to the same thing, to an in.itTer. pit to Jackson County. A publicDinner I t Newspaper of this District tcr four himself: the reserves to
M. .A' U tint: on the :Sth ult. Hr ngV of declaringany contract
rash
life wliieli I
induces
I. voce as to a and months huccessively, once a week.
rviiti >b -d Ms Y nuilt und URinecl the peo- ,'iC'.,n> h.tz'trdm of an existence which was given him at MARIANNA. at an end,'a henevcr one failure happen,
HL
1 if a:'aiiiht the evil: piact.cc of inten.peraiur. has urconi" a burthen fo tne wretcntd vieiiu. The r'uotl humour, sociality, and I M. j'aCkeUl'idge.THOMAS which amounts to the loss of a trip. -

1 ui.icli Lad caused him to imbrue ct 'mat Deductive vice.Wm. chrrrfulnpss) usual whore there is plenty BALTZELL, Judge. 9. The distances stated are such aa

tn : tiatidi in the blo
'UI... I New Forte Luquirpr is represented at seventeen seemed to prevail.-Argus. September 17th, 1828-29-18t. some of them mri) .bt" incorrect ; on thissubject
Iu out la+t u; rciiicd the report of the I years ot age as follows ; "His per- the contractor mut inform Lim-

death ot Don CMS : the icw Yo.I. Evening: ', son was excerdii.gly int.reiting1 ; his man- 10 *>elt'-the Department will not be answerable -
Post received by last Mail contains the folowm 1-1 tiers were mild, end his depot anent superior ;- Norfolk, ( Va.) September 6. Western District of Florida, ) fir any misthke.

! ; pnrnciapli., .ipparcntU1 taken (uith-, I! to most at that early age-his education 1\a"al.-Tlrc U. S. ship Java, Jackson Superior (OlJ.7-t.5 10 No bid bhali be withdrawn after

out cicdu ) fiom some iihcr vapt'r't II was very superior-his moral character Capt. Dowxcs, was at Smyrna lllh William T. Kilbte.Complt the time fo- receiving uids shall h:.ve ejpired. -
I+ave seen ;in many papers{ ft paragraph ann.juiciug | was exemplary. he was educated at Cano June. t' vs. > //i Chancerv.Antoine and siiouM: any person refuse to .
the death ul Don Louis Onis, rl) bridge, in England. and studied the law.- -
Philibert Doft.IT take the hilt
contract at bid, he shall be
Pihuoui.i a dist ase which i is the His The U. S. schr '
raging in biographer says, "in general acquiremt'nu Porpoise, Lieut.
Spanish capit;.! We doubt the fact of 'I I doubt appearing to the Court that the ti lield responsible! to ;he Department, fon -
any j if any in the University Com. BELL, was off Malta 23d June'Iu Philibert, resides out of e'of the difference between his bid and mat at -
particular disease raging in Madrid at could hIOI-bellp.r Grecians ;
The dealh of Don O.MS took place prefti.t. a'I I surpass wrredoubtle-s at Cambridge or mathematicians w re she was bound, in hopes of District, and has not answered. the bill whjc'l' liconn> act y si'all! be made. The

Scar or t\\U ago, & if any alarming disease but not one could compete. with him in finding the Delaware, 74, having de- complaint filed in thU tise. assic giHhent of anYcnutlact, without the ,

.ad preva'iJed there from that time, we extent or variety of kuo+lt'dg"" Yet II'14 spatches for Com. CRANC. It is therefore ordered,' Hilt: unless the consent of'the Posts ilaster General), shall
should! here hcarJ of said defendant here, on or before forfeit it-Hiid. in all cases where application .
ptubalil) it sooner individual, with this interesting person, superior I! The U. S. ship Macedonian, Com. appear
education and deportment, exit"' I the first Monday of Februaiy n -\t, & ,!,- i is made to the Department to saner t
DIDDLE
Rio
The Claiborne was at Janeiro 23d Ju swerthe bill herein tion transfer, the teims must be full}$
Herald an oHhc. 's the apt j plary moral chniHClei and valuable acquirements complainant's tin-
lt1tmf'nt of ELI SnonTiuD'EK Esq., as fell a vie lim to the combined ly.-The ship Boston Capt. HUFF game will betaken for roof,'asrd a,.iii-it stated.t .

,'v.d;, of he Third Judicial Circuit of AI avices' of (jai'iulim and Duelling. MAN, sailed thence lath July for him and the matters thereof decreed ;t Should acnntnctororhis agent engage

t,,, It : VICE Hon. Jots CiAVLE, jr., re- "About the end of 1817, or beginning of :levidco.--Bcdcon cordingly.And in the ttansii.is km of jcomrnercial' inlbrmitmn .

f't- .' -t 1618, he went to Pads, wheie he spent it is further ordered, that n copy by express on In* route, more r-,
,'ff"t..'< '[Majority.The Louisiana d- his days in hard study and Ins nights i in We learn by Capt. Chevalier.from of this older be published in some public pidly than the mail, he strap forfeit his

tear that hit np sire, from H let- rhea gaining houses He coon 1 Iwst all his St. Mary's, that the caterpillar had newspaper of thin Di&lricl for lour monthssuccessively contract. i' .

tutt'.inhIl bhtMiff of Callownj Count money, and returned to, London penny Its s, made its appearance' on the Florida once a week. I L If a rotjl'e should"( be, discontinued

pu ishd in the Kentucky paper, that a and "gradnallv inking under the per s' side of St. Mary's River and he was H. M. Brackenridge by Congress ur be.cume useitbs, in wholeor
tt''k.was tiimle in calculating the reu sure .fill heMlth." Subsequently "he went in part, sn"tlje opinipp of the. PostMaster ,
' "0' "+ OIM that county, l>y which oniy: 418 !I the tour of Europe-wou three thousandn told by a respectable planter; there, TBO liALTZiLti, Jude.t'. GeliL-rul he rr.u} limit or dispense witU

v'"' ". "given to Alajm Hairy, when i 1 Napolean c (about eleven thousand dollars) that he should luse, at least one third Sol.far Compl't. tie* ; service of the contractor, on. making

tt thu>l : '.e ireived GUt Tl.e Detection of j at Rouge et A'ctr.HnJ returned to London a j of his crop by tLlem.-Gturg ian.WI.1P September 17th, 1828.-2 -18t. him an allowance of one montL'i extra
ur icducet Mr. Mt',811 's majority I begghr In London he "became a reporter 1 ,

jo 009. 1 he Sheriff ol Callowa.. declares for the nespapeis, and in one wa y Western District of Florida, paf12.. T:ic contracts will all begin January
.lnJ elf to have been in favor of Mr. Me.t- or another contrived to earn about six or ; mws )
Jackson Juan 1st
tafcatttrlate'; Superior ( 1829, and continue twx years .
election.; hundred a from 3000
seven pounds year, ( 13. .
to 3oKJ dollars) but hud it been forty times Port or rensi fl oft l. Willam T. Kilbee, Conpl'ts. "\ vertue'nent Post-Masler.s{ ( who receive an ad

It."Norfolk: lie nlr1 says, "Fort Y thou- ns much he would have been l.oy.rr poor." \' ) 1 should give every person
who
'aAd. pipers It is\ number, which HS I He GAMHI.EO. ".pr. most expensive all ENlCKEl). Richard t;. Allen &ct. > n applies, an opportunity to read it. .

.,"duper, money is tollectcd (when isttrtttf. I treQKG, >:D a draft on his but fritho 3i.. Sept. 24rA.-Schr. Thorn, Reilley, New Terry Allows and, llu?h | Chancery John Ale Lean;

t u' : .,) in this country, is sufficient t ; escaped narn.wly from attest, got safe to: Orleans. Cargo to the United Slater, J. Robinson &c. Defendant*.J 2ust-3faster'< Gent res!. i

the any paper. Let no Editor boast of New York, "entered into an arrangement Quill, S. llaoibleton! H. Michelct, Austin I T appearing U the Cou t, that the De PusT-CJFFiLS
>tinrP nuabtn of pa pert he isues. There is with Mr. Noah, and carried on the suhcditoishipof and Finlay, J. Pescav_ G. W. Barkle> ,'udS frrnlants'l'crry Alloms, Kiclurd C. Allen 1 DEPIKTMKVT. l
July 23 1828.
"n catg r in avery large: CII c.u Kllon.' a paper, at 1200 dollars a bill. and Romeo Lewis ave not residents t, S .:
ln a'fry small ane"-This, in our year." But then "he wu a brokenhearted CLEARED. and failed .
of this District to
they having
J1tuitlo' ,
..rlon. U consolation" indeed if the po- mess, weary of life, and anxious to be Srpt. 29/A.-Schr. ThornIteilJy, NewOr- answer the bill ofcu-nuUint inthii cause. FORM OF PROPOSAL.

motP ciSuld be carried fuither-')there WH out of the world, no matter how"-"the lea.is. Cargo 17000 l.ruk! fo Koptnau U is therefore, ordered that unless the Jour M'LKAir, .
profit in a \eiy small circulation.than fear of what might ensue if it should and liver. SAILED.
come -
.5i' I will the
iu a said Defendants IIp'ptathel'e on or before convey Mail on Pos4
Pry large one then indeed we are in to be known at New York. that be had left itpi. & .-Schr. Lady Madison, Kennedy No. .
Route vii from
Lndan.cr -- -
try the first Monday of'FebtuarY next, : -- to
litre Prnperou situation. We do not De. England to avoid a trial for forgery,(forced .Mobile Point l'aheu eni GJC.HERAL
for
their the flat herein, the -----, the yearly condensation of
Ty is a newspaper in the Tenito- upon him by the weieht of Gambling debt s. MORGAN and several Ollicers ot the Lug Complsf'riant's dallar .
which -
will I be taken for confessed --
15 taxed same ab'lunsltht'm
than b y ifs Pat out for more we beg pardon-DEBTS OF HONOR !)- Deer LOI: JIS.
tlto and the matters thereof decreedaccorilin The bidder will state such improvements
hundred
paper weekly As miobui 1. "drove him to seek death in any shape." UP FOR Tina POUT. t
kry loves as themselves to him. If
Company, we ought to be truly At a gaming tabje in New York, he xtrntk At Philadelphia, dc/>/. Sth.-Brig Heroine I ;;ly. present
to those And i it i is further ordered that a in a stage, it wiN be. prop';r for l lu-n te
Jrttnd who hare induced of his copyufthis
an u ii one companions ; a duel ensued, and M. .Campbell, Alaster ; to meet de-
J BI Itr. to share. in the ",l nger of thef he fell at the second shotexclaimed "I ) spatch. I Order be published in some public say '0.He. should( distinctly rate the ar

Tlorc fP d'Ircul atlo"II newspapers in West am shot I forgive you Barton .'" and ex: Sept. 9/A.-Brig Scio, Lester F DonnellMaster Newspaper of this Uisirict.for four months n umber of the route a'ft not onlY the

J' ,3" We dQ Dot tat it in a face.rt-fin o- pired. ; to meet despatan. success*ely, once a week. I I number, but \be; glllujllK and end of it.

8irea P it r.blJt i it is a fact; if all the Pa'rol"e Only a week, before his death Mr. Graham At Baltimore>ept. 10//*.-Scbr. .Lubec, U. 1. 'Brackeuridge, He should also cleulystatettis ro i,lencc.as .
to
the the State and Town in which be
fiJur newspapers of our Terri- wrote u paragraph for the New fork CApt. Sprague to rail in a few duys. SALTZJSLI tires j
were combined for the of in THOMAS Judge. if he be not A contractor he mug: accmn
tst LiI support one Enquirer, which speaking of a Duel UP 'T N w.YoRJt '
5iset le 'ot' il weald not be a pro- which had been fought; he observed, For- For Sf, Marks and Appalachicola. St p!. Solfor Critn't't.P't't. pany his Aids by taiuble recomuaead-

buimess Yet we uoderKani tfatrtOM tunateljr the consequence wai merely tbe 4th.-Sch'r.. Cannon,'to bare deipxtcb. SeptcBiber 17m 1828.-: -8t. tOc.5. 29silt..



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',-f L UlIr L.Iinntliil \,... \.1' } rcsidecce nf the IIO9OSAI4S will b b, IreCti }
: 'jlz14ctfi'r THE P ... _
i''.' AC TIIK: Bl SIX. F.w,( aLI"1 j! TT5 lurrbr. "". v,n i'iai,8il tu'! 1rxl iermnjM'lv !] the .Ifd: rlltit ed : bribcr the head Department until the ,"" at

'I' .r Q----; ----1tP. THE I SV4.tHH .lt, II' ". "I." } J-.:. 'Wtt.it ( fuIIy Comft shall the ''llf'ffrfiOl. 71fl1lV11lg tJJfi. I fEscambia: Bay, a Negro next, for the Conveyance lit ofI ,

.4 I' I. (;r.. .:".. l''n ru arl' .I1LtflhItCd: tor Kliris ul Aihnn.Uli.mm) I'J'M. | % ;ih1icrs ofilie .1 1 rmlJ. f.I I, fellow, who says he is free I thrice a week between of
0> "
..c..,.. "'''''::' '' ':' \' :\\ Uu .. tb,' 1siae: of LII1I1t1.-l L 3. A1tun I Uil r. t c. cers approved Ijtk nJ, I and hus hired himself as I: New Orleans! in Stt&n B.Meb'It.AJ..
Rrv"t'M" I
j t J.J\. :t !. the >. be carried
: euJ: from
r' 1I7hrr "'r (, oft,:" ...IU such : calls himself J JI City tu Cit
\ I < 'nipper. Miy j.OO. hours and the ; \_ _
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: ul the r.r., .\ii r-(Jr"tl/'''', I 1 ; service to c: \

I' from the fust of October n-\t ; of \'. ft!I P T-icoIa8fn St'prPIII I._r _l._...-._-t-\_ _.. TJllHrRY D :r.\nT 1823.: F.'ll..l.At.Gr S l1 m m I the 1st of November, and COit111 ,
nil
T I .
ho heivlM- notifies Ihe Pbutsrs au4 Mtrrriiarits years.COMMERCIAL
( \ .a' Or: ,v \\arfiigc. vTn-rirV is lcrebv'Vin i t > .those. Cm-
tJ l-'iorid-! : s and suys he has lived; Wash.ngton City,

i ..1)V.. TJingey.Pensacob .i _) r.SnLVKD.ThattSit-following KATES 1.t c e r* :l nil Soldil'rs uf the ArLty oft.l I I IIcvQlItion and at the Indian Springs in Georgia.; ito
ri hem--
'., It .. Uth S,'j>t. 1WS-'*H-Jt. !:'i \\'HAHVACI.. ron (;oOlI landed on or who are entitled. act to, tat the a /, .,/.: Said Negro, is very buck, five feet six rglHIS House, lately l 2i!Ii t _
f\.t'nltnllOne(1 OCCUpitt
--.. ----. .. .-- shipped ''-(Jill use Wharf ail! on VteN, fits of the a : thehirlnfl ")r eight .itches high, and has a scar on ) WRIGHT, !1
& ? ") it,1! -( ..r"r".. trstHhli-lieil to take Hlec onihe yemly fnimtZ( will hecoiBc due on the left cheek lie wishes to to the "II'
,
[: yi arc hereby : 1)tO go the 16th of February, by ?J**
,; tht
1 4)tJ') ; ; 1) IHJb < tem *' .il.d '" 1.1 mltldtt'l month for which I ,
.. $ 4 tI lirtl d-jy of Si-ptembcr, A. : .. l North as soon as the who respectfully solicits a'har.Q
r. Soldier as I
A\V.Y fr''m the 5'u)>! c-itnr 0'1I' ami! Shut .11l 'furlllt'r Kates and Kegu: '''misil to every Mich Officer cvidencfto or tlecretarv hprotilice hired him i is completed ; but. as I 'tronage of the Public. All, I t

: RAN IGlh insi : a :-\egu; man, manv.d .t-, and tilearc thf>l't>h .rt'pcaleu, vi/; :- alj'raCtlJJ Qf! his being: 5c-1 think lie is a runaway, I shall endeavor I calhies afford shall be stud tile,
I 1. All!! :McrcliPivli/p, in Packages : of ifce Treasmy to hire him fora longer period, to give his And every attention devoted tOtl.
YJi' 11y f, calietlmeasurement Inut in dill life. him comfort of those hu
0 { I (commcr.'y uoy owner an opportunity to get will
-tl.i j 4 l I good.) e"d The evidence required will be a declaration Andrew P. Simpson. I with a pitrference. &TOurth,sa;

. "" about six feet hUh15 years all Goods. not herein ei'U- made ard signed by the claimant I An excellent Billiard Table

''.rf....... of Jge, I has a Carn I his upper I merated, for every five on or after that day, in the presence of Pensacola, 25th July, 1828-20lf. the establishment occupying It a ta _
. ofhis
has
and I lost
,. ..I.. lip, two cubic ftet, 4 cts. two rispectable witnesses, to ".hom.he is building will contribute to aDaIllf

. '.,.t..., upper front teeth.3Biv 2. Eery (}r. Ca4s or Barrel, well known, stating his rank and !line in A NEW VOLUME, out interfering with the 00d : "

.::('.:. t Dollars H ward of any description;; 4 the Continental Army, and the "ank WITH AN ;LE. I I quiet of the House and privale P:
EMBELLISHED "
.4.i: will be paid for his apprehension if t.iken ( S. Half Pipe or half .iccouling to when he has been found QUARTERLY be always accommodated with asitting .;:

11:.; near this City or Ten Dolors if found '(' Hhd. of Wine or Liquor, 8 entitled! to pay, tinder the act, by the Se CANT E G A VISO.Xe'v rofli.There .

i fifteen mileor further from jisicolj, 4. Pipe or Hdg'.hcad 16 I civtary of Ihe'Treauiry. To this i is to be 'lo-rk lir-roT is on the premises, one oft _
; Bale of Cotton Stablev in the place, where
.
j. or I added the affidavit dike wtnesessworn Hors

r.l: ... :Francisco Moreno. I.h Hay: 64 before a Justice of the! Peace, or other And Ladies' Literary Gazette: strictly attended to. a _,
: 1t Pensacola.: 22rd Sept 1828-' 8-3t.Transylvania 6. Bushel of SaltCorn JOHNTERMS ,.
.lot.t, Magistrate authorized to administer oaths, : GAItNIER -.
'''; .."... .. Devoted to the Belles Lettres, fine
: -[' or other article in bulk, '. as to the identity of the claimant, and to'
; :: University.MEDICAL sold by measure, 1 ct the fact of his having made the declara, Arts, Music, Drama, Passing '

i" ': DEPARTMENT.STTkHEi 7. Ton of Iron, Steel, tion on the day on which it bears date. Events 6fc. 4c. fyc. Eoard per Month, $ 25 -

. :i'' Medical! Lectures will commence or Lead, $1 00 And to this is to be annexed a certificate, MORRIS. Day Boarders, 20 -:
GEORGE P.
,tJf: t
tl and terminate: ; on the 1st Saturdayof ber, per 1000 feet, 50.ts as to the official designation and Iris Breakfast or Supper 1
signature "Here shall genius wing Eagle flight,
' voung Horses ,*
: i. March. 9. Shingles m. 25 of the per day j n
per Magistrate, and as to his "Rich Dew-Srops'sliakiug from his plumes of
:I 1W HEX J on:: W. DCDLJE.T, M, D. on *inat- ; 10. Un..a\ved Boards & Barks being authorized to administer oaths.- Light." per month 20 -

i:4t;: .cmy und Surgeiy.CHAKIES per m. 30 The forms of a declaration, affidavit, and Pensacola., February 20th, 1823Madeira -- \\
CALDWELL M. n. Institute 11 & Hhd Staves SIXTH VOLUME of the Mirror was -
l on Pipe perm. certificate, are subjoined to this notice.Thls THE
f end (Jt'UJiCIlFracice.. 50 on TWELFTH DAY Winps, ('ordia1
evidence should be enclosed and ,
.u JuaN E. COOKE, M D. on Theory and 12. Barrel Staves, ind Hoop JULY. As the plan of embellishingthis per Schr Ore! nii
) transmitted to the of the Treasury
r.;1.o,1.'J!' : Practice of.lledicinc. Poles per m. 25 Secretary publication with appropriate engravings RECEIVED : **

: ;J W I. II. Kiciuunso, M. D. on Obstetrics 1 3. Fire-Wood per load 6! ; and, if it be deemed satisfactory i is understood and believed to be altogether )- cases superior Old London
10
the found due will be Patj
amount remitted
kt'r--:' and Diseases of Women and Childen. 1 4. Fence Posts, and other to the most acceptable, and correspond Madeira! me.
',,: :1. C \\ the claimants in a draft on the most con- better with the refinements ofociety
;; ARI>.S SHORT, M. D. on JlutcriaJfedica roigh Timber not exceed 10 If Old Port Wine.
venient Branch of the Bank of the United
r! and Medical ; and the in the
: f Mt'ta&y.JiS. iiigl0ft.long, each 2 s improvements 10 II
t]' W. .BLITHE, D. D. CC71..swd 15. Bricks, per M. 50 States, or, will be paid to his attorney, duly -! public taste, thin any other, it will he adhered 20 c. Cordials Cherry Brandy, first qualitythe Superior. .
authorized underthe which
l' ; .;, : Pharmacy 16. Stone, per perch. 50 regulations : t to. The generous patronage be 1 doz. '
cases each.
;1: Each Professor lectures daily Sa! bths 17. IlernedUattle, lIo'rs'esor have been before prescribed.Each I stowed upon the work, added to numerous 10 UVine Bitters.

: f.)V t esceptt-d. The Ticket to the Anatomical Mules each, 12$ claimant is requested to indicate, : evidences of liberal sentiments und r

:V'. ; and Surgical CoHr.-e is $>'20 ; each of Merchandize landed On the Wharf and by.a note at the foot of ins declaration kind f feelings, emanating: from persons of 5 n Demijohns superior old Honand

: :: i 'the others $15 ; Matriculation, v.ith the rc.maIl13ngthere until shipped, will be the Branch of the United States on which. both sexes, who are alike distinguished O 6 Barrels Half Bbls.Cherry Anniseed Bounce. I

J ;t t!;:: use bf the. Library, $5 ; the Graduation charged half price on hiprn nt. it would be most convenient for him to for their attainments in polite lit ratt1I c. and Cinnamon Cordials. Pepp
.,
21.f1'. -3. Fee 320. G. W. SHOUT, M. I). JJean. Half price will be charged on articles receive a draft for tne sum that may be and for their knowledge of the fine arts.

:.,\\I...-' Lexington; (:-y.), July 28, 1828. transferred from Vessel to Vessel, or laden due to him ; and, if there be no post of are powerful incentives to the most persevering For Sale by .

"J.i'i' .- -- Oil Board any Vessel at the Wharf, without fice in the place of his residence; to men efforts to deserve a reward and F. H. NisbetPensacola ;

i,,' ':thl'f X Ivledical toikge being landed thereon. tion :laO the post office at which it would distinction so gratifying.We Dec 20, 1827. J
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J--.'...4''''').. Articles be most convenient to him to receive flattered both with tha
.:;.. :... OF remaining on ;he Wharf longer are greatly --| !t m''I'HE
than: three be letters from this Department. number and character of readers and '
i : daystill subjected to an our Subscriber has just
-1 7 rLTu : A of this notice 'with the forms receivedp?
&utu:1A1LNa.s. charge of 23 per: cent. and the copy correspondents. We could enumeratemany : I: Forsyth r from Nel.& .

1.M\\ : 1'111: annual. l :: i for each succeeding three days. annexed, is intended to be sent to each who rank among the first in out leau1, a very large assortment of Greetnes. f i

'..1"\:'!. ;' : will commence on the ON VESSELS Officer and Soldier whose claim shall! country for genius and learning, and ir He ofiers in addition to his fora* .
; ? : cond Monday in November next. e'l, have been admitted ; that ihe forms ma). shall be our pride ami pleasure to furnish slock :- .
.
}: \'. fI< On .Jnrtomy.-B}' Jons KDWAHIH UOL- I I'r every Boat Vessel over be filled up and returned to this Department them with a work which shall continue to Champaigne Wine, in Baskets of lij jit

"-' ;r" tOOK, M. n. !;I I five and not exceeding ten I' at the proper time.It merit their protection and favour. Independently each, warranted superiordo.

.'" "Lt.;"'IL.,,,,....., On Su1gdrg.By J.I.MUS: HAMSAY, \1. 1). l i I: tons per day, 25 may not be amtjg, on this occasion, of the voluntary aid so generously Brandy cf 1820.
..;: : ,. Tm ii not tons 50 I to state, that, although earnest desire
'- 4.t.r4; On (jlstelncF end Js'a-cn of l1Uf1lNt'' exceeding, twenty an bestowed, and so very acceptable,. Zante Currants
i+....(.:, :;: J .venty thirty do. 75 has been felt to give immediate effect to
. "'i..' j. <\lId fA.YJren.-HY 1 uo.t.h.. 1.J JHUU !.t., I we take the opportunity of saying, that PonchongTea
...M 1\.! l'1-irty forty do. the beneficent intentions nf
8100 Congress as
": : M. n. we have engaged the pens of several Prunes, fresh
I*-V On bislifuics and iialof tif .1leJi rile 1 I I! F( rty sixty do. >150 manifested in the act referred to, yet, ow gentlemen who are well known in the Raisins very,,

. 11'-: -ByA''n: : i. IlfNJn !j:4'&suN. M I). sixty u. loO do. g200 ing to the number of applications, and I literary world, and whose productions, we Almonds ,. ., :

. ;:. .'....::.&.' ..: ( Ctd1mst': und P'ts. mucj. -Uy I'nHy I.U 200 do. S250 the investigations necessary so be made are persuaded, will impart new spirit to Metltfc Claret of 1820

..jl.. ',, XV.SD HAVKXI.I, : J. I) I Over two hunJred tons, 5300 previously to a decision, it has not heel the future pages of the work. We, therefore Tuscaloosa
.':.t. Vessels: not I laying at the Whaif, but I icmnd practicable to act case Rye Whiskey
- upon every
.'<: 0/j Jlu'.ei-in ..TftJ'cFIIOST a.- H\IY: If.d feel the fullest confidence in stating Goshen Butter
'. .VIM I. S M D. ,I I ;having a fat to it, and those occupying as e..rly as could have been wl hed. The thai succeeding! volumes will surpass do. Cheese

'*. '' &;$: O,1..tVi-:4wa'l HistnrySl !:! 1IrWII-H., Jan I ouiMile :.;1'th, will be charged half rule has been, to take up each claim in those which have preceded them. Beef bbls. for

.r..w&r... .. ': ..' PilKN L'.LJ.JMTT, L. I 13. ] thiestrates.. tile order in which it has been received We bog to remind the reader, that the I IcUIJptI'pl.tc h in additional family of ise'With
an
supply Dry Good
..! .l' I l'a'scdugl1st 29, 1823.N. The same course wil! be pursued hereafter. "
ki On ,
,): V* .. I'titkotoziiuland )::"I.C;;I /- .lI'j;!; t : eiigravings-which are of al Hard ware, Glass ware & Queens wire; .
. .,:.,.".. ...i.. IH .![lUX \\AGM.lt, '.1. 1). I II. AI.LK.V.President superior kind, and of the full quarto size- Sold Low for Cash. :
I 1 oj the Board jUireclurs. It i is that all hitters this
ittliI1":2... : Jmwilrilor oI'lsu..tor.1J'-.OIX, 1V.ti. :I : of requested on are drawn and executed by our most
.
I t>..tt\..: ." ,1"= ."..SEU, M.. )) I J.- li. UUAKK.FllESLl! &crt4ru. subject, may be endorsed "Kcvoluliotiarv *-Killlui artists, expressly this work, and i 3Pescay..

*;,.'f".-."....,.',.:.-.jr... The Faculty take pleasure i ill i s- atitg :..V, : BE-EF. Claims." cannot be procured ill any othe" Pensacola, Jan. 11th, 1828.

. ; : "\..rt... thai the e. ta b lilh ment cf an In'ir.njr\' Richard Rush. Taking i into view the number of valuable -- -

'I 101. : ,;; : forSurgical Cases in connertioi ivith tfieCollrge I CA:'TUX;\r:: T BHOOKE FLORIDA, 2 \ plateVhe quantity of matter contained F. 11.: KlhBET,

.: .....;\ ,.!..!....". 0 .has been attended! with tie adyaiita August lit, 1828 5 For the ( the ill the Mirror, added to the quality of the leave to inform his Friends utj
rr.. .': ,:-. ,. esati.icifiileJ.: It H.'N.rJtrd to t.e.I. : I I WILL receive Proposals, till the 31st purpose obtaining amount and the Ie of the BE.GS
general
\....' ..'t 04' ... I <*t pay accruing me for the half eat' paper, s\) execution Customers that he has rtj
., :rt-: : : Stu c..h duiii-K the I ht course olilistnu.- October ensuing, to furnish the! ending, on the 2d day of September! > ;, it ib 0) far the cheapen publica- commenced business at his Old Sundf 'fJ
. I":; tion; the opjjo-tumty! of \\'i i'.nch:'in' a va. Troops of the United States Army, that i m the United States. \' orkb ofa similar .
under the ar.t entitled "An for where he has for sale a goodasat.ment ]
'. ,.. .( act tlu- very
tiety f '..t.oiis are, or be, stationed
upfi: : -:.muui ', t ttithc vvfiv may at Cantonment character published in Great Britain although -
I ofFresh
relief of certain ''i1
;& Vr.fr officers and soldiers
: : surviving
.. uf capital s .n bu'i Brooke, with
'." 1. operatioi r\. bountifully supported, are much
. '... Jlltt of the of the Revolution" 1"i
. ; .." ) en.iblc* INc: SUulcnts tlJ lt'i1 !b\ tla'I Army approved k
. r"" ;,! i FRESH BEEF 15th more expensive ; in many instance?, we Sf Seasonable Goods,
.. : May, 1628, 1 of-
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,b,.....;,.",,M;!?., ... )" flciltlt! \\ lileli our situation uttouU .fur : from the 1st day January: 1829 to include :in the County of in the State of believe, they amount to nearly double the ,I j Received by the latest arrivals from Nt']
.
:; ,.r' the study ot racticul Auatuim uexv ..-MC'S..ons'ue I t I "i
I }
of this JurllaJ.
" the 31st of price j j York and
\': : J rooms h.ac- tcen erecu-d and I I day })ecemoer, 1829 I do hereby declare, that I was a I Philadelphia.

: ",.::'.::.'\IJ:.... prov.dedv.ti; -all tlse The Beef will herequired to be deliver- : in the of the Army of the To those who may wish more fully to .t 3,3j and 4 Point Blankets
convemt-nccs
.," ::' 'o:OI'";. :w. ; ';Hi for the necef I (.4 1 to the Troops in two days in each week I: Revolution, in the continental line. (as understand the cbaracterofthic work, and L 7-4 and 8-4 Striped Duffield Blanfcett .

:.. .' :.:.:'.i The) \aluiihle[UDpoj-e.Anatomical Muvcum of' (the das to be designated) in such quantity was more fully set forth on my application to commence their subscriptions on the 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney da

'.. ; .: \' :r.. the Collt-c tub het-n iuptoved. as shall be required fur their Nations I Ion for the ben&fits of the said act,) and| opening of a NEW VOLUME, perhaps it is 3 bales White & Drab Flushings

, ":.. ..J'501.r... .. 11rtUiI'at t >i.s, u-ceivcd itom France Uy ie\v and c'ch! day. AId deem! it necessary to : that I have been found entitled, by the proper to say, that among a ariety of other I Blue and black imperial cloth ;hb

t.' :." I:I';".r\. 1t4iy duiiug: Uitsummer.. apprise: those win! ) may choose to oft'er. Secretary of the Treasury, under that act subjects, it embraces the following : [ and mixt cassimeres ; sati neUs, assofred -

:,."' l\: ;':' ll ull'Dids! the Faculty additional tratis- to contract for the jupplv, that the Beef r j to the pay of in the said line. ORIGINAL MORAL TALEs-either fictitious I ; super super and common fart!

't; ;".' ''."':-,: f..ctliln to MHie, tuat t t'l't ban aiiantfeuifiitwith L will h b*> lequired to be of the best which I II I Witness my hand, this day of or founded on events of real life, in I prints; 7-S and 4-4 Irish linens ; huh] i
l( : l I the li.arket can afford and the United States of America.RLnwsofpublications lawns dimities 6-4 fancygiafj
.; } :;:.t, the Literary and Philosophical Societ particular attention in the year one thousand eight ; ; super
\Jt./ ... .>. }' of b. Carolina, ezti-isiw and valua- I I I must had to the butchering thereof I I, hundred and twenty eight. Foreign and I : hams; white yellow, red and green fli* I -
:as a rigid inspection of it will I nels black and colored bombazetfc
; ; tie co'k'ctioas' ii Natural History I have always .. Domestic.ORIGINAL. ;
.,, ,. been f be. made.Persons. ESSAYS literature, morals printed bombazetts and Salisbury flat i
: the -on
;.! placed III College and caielullytrran I Before me, a -, fur the
" ,; 'r; offering to contract will make I neb spool cotton, assorted cotton bills! ,
! travels American anti ; ;
euso as to aU'ord{ to those interested county of in the State of history, voyages, ,
, :: .. : ):t MI the study of Nature, ample! opportunity their Proposals in writing, sealed and directed I personally appeared. this day, and quities, the fine arts, &c. beaverteens, linen cambrics ; camt

.;. :t'ri.. of acquiring information not only to me at this place, stating the.. of the said who dia FEMALE CUA.RAcTlm-education: manners hdkts ; Bar&ge hdkfs; black Italian crap l |
severally
..... '1 in the departments connected with Iledi- r'tc per pound, in a single bid, for which I make oath that county.- by whom the beauty, and dress. flounced robes ; gingham do, spider neHj

\*.:. ciul",but thiougit the whole range of NatUral they will furnish, and they shall be informed foregoing declaration was made and subscribed AMERICAN BioonAriiT historical patent threads, Russia diapers!: plain irfj
p. of the of their figured book muslins, Madras and B -
Hiatory. acceptance Proposals is well known to them to be the sketches of the lives of such persons, of
'f The rich collection of Minerals particularly either by letter from, or on personal therein described and that he both sexes, as have become celebratedfor tania hdkfs., comp'y flags, figured cnjX ;
application to, tr.e at Cantonment Brooke person i igenerally it> dresses white, brown and mixed cotttf
talents ;
must be considered a very important reputed and believed to have tbeir heroism, virtue, fortitude, ,
ou the day above mentioned. half hose white and mixed worsted aDi
acquisition to \lIC Chrnncal ;
been in patriotism, tc.LITERARY
department a the of the Revolution
Army
the John Lt. lamb's wool do fine linen fcose, ladto j
wi lust.tatiou.Edmund Page, & in manner therein stated ; and INTELLIGENCE: notices of ;

ixaXenel, DtanCharktton Ass't. Com. of Sub. tlut the said declaration was made and new publications. white and black cotton do., lead, sIItCi!
and black worsted do. and camhct
(". C), \ugus 27. Note.--No Proposals will be rtcened subscribed by the said in their TilE DRAMA-comprising strictures ont plain 11Ioperfinc
LI -- after the 31st of October 1828. presence on the day of the date thereof. i e New-York stage.DJoSUI.TOKY cloaks, furniture check, bed-ticking bliCt
cotton thirting, oil cloths,
23 SELI.CTIONS-with occasion-,
1 LAND AGENCY.rHMlK : -1 It.---- itncss my hand, this day of al remarks bombazines, fancy belt ribbons, blackw* (

UbSCI'ibclha" \J G ll in the year one thousand eight white satin
opened an of \)\.\ ..Y..ltS. ANECDOTES-humorous, literary, historical andmantuado.,5-4Irisb8JiiJi
JL fice for: the purchase and sale of t '1J'HE subscriber% has for hundred and twenty eight. &c. .ngS-4 damask brown hinenssuperbi2Ct

4 sJ'w'; Lands, at St .AtIK..stinf', in the house! former Sugar Boilers sale a few pair 9 and white, plaid and striped, Baptto;
PASSING EVENTS TIMES.
as a from OF THE
it;, ))' occupied b) Col. Terrault, at the nanfactoryand can sample the I, Clerk of the Court of the printed shawls and hdkfs ; printed\Var*
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: south west corner of the public square, o order. supply F n. am NiSBET.quantity County of in the State of -- -, POETRY--original and selected ; loo shaw,fancy ilk dressesnttnsthre d

\vhere persons desiious to accomplish, either L- Pen c01l. flee, 7M, 18278 tf. (10zere6y certify, that before Together with many other miscellaneous linen gloves, linen tapes, Russia shirWp
purchase or sales: of real estate, are whom the foregoing affidavits were sworn subjects, which it would be: unnecessary 'I mill'd drab cloth; blue & red strowh kc.

requested \leave their commands.A MAIL RHANGI41j1T was, at the time, a --, for the said now to enumerate. ALSO
: long residence in the I county, and duly to administer ,
Territory of empowered
FLORIDA font of for 4 assorted
riondfc, has enabled the MAIL. oaths.In Having procured a new type cases saddlery, ,
subscribers -
become to Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clockA. Al the purpose, we shall occasionally presentour 9 cases Brewater's hats, assorted q1
intimately acquunte'ith near: Departs same at 2 testinonj whereof I have readers with such ties
day o'clock, P. M. hereunto NEW PIECES OF MUSIC : -
ly aU the individual
claims
I : district to land, in this: BL KiiF.Y MAIL, set my hand, and uffixcd the seal of> as may deserve, OK account of the 5 trunks fine ready made clothing

'kj ; : ; qualities,as and well relative as to their titles, locations, Including Mobile and the States of Louisiana Land L- the said Court this -- day of> beauty of their composition, to be preserved 12 trunks ladies'and gcntlemens' *'
value. And the in-,
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. 4 i Mississippi. in the year one thousand in our pages.Ve conclude b)' and shoesChuidrens' &J'l

, tion rcasing fiom applications made, for inform Due every Tuesday- at 4 o'clock, P. M.1 tiijht i hundred and twenty eight.Sept. : remarking, that so far as. we have com- and boys' shoes; brogue lie. t

: ; CVt1ypart of the United States Depart every Friday at i past 8 o'clock, 2-wlm.KUASTG11KS. mr nU of means, the Mirror shall be madeto Soal leather, calfskins, shoe threw tI: ...

l;t: ::4ct; has more:induced especially them, respecting sugar estate's, A M. -- equal to any similar periodical in i Eu 25 keg* Virginia Tobacco -
4i to believe, that
an es
II-1 tabliahment of this kind, could be renderid Due ALL OTHER MAILS. 1 &c. rope. 5 boxes superior cavendish do. .

: useful to the r lblie. o'clock,every P. M.Sunday and Wednesday. at 4 Subscriber has just received per CONDITIONS. Hardware, $c. ,.
THE cst
: All orders directed to them, for copies. Depart Tu from New Orleans.-making Pen, pocket, sportsmen and

1. of surveys, maps or plants veil as other 8 o'clock, every A. M.7"Letters. jfcday and Saturday, It h'.i r.isortinent of Sea Stores very The MIRROR published every Saturday knives ; knives and forks, carvers' '

t information, on the above subject, will be complete : for the proprietor by Daniel Fan-, and trays ; Henning's best needles

i rsni furnished without delay. Letters, postpaid Ie which are not deposited :- Macaroni, in baskets I shaw, at No. William-street.. It I is ers and trays, plated spurs, spcCt' .c.

directed to the Laud Agency, St. one half hour, before the regular Vermicelli in boxes printed in the royal quarto form, on fine fcarpenter's tools, shoemaker's and;

.UL&t Augu tinct will receive due attention.. time appointed fur the departure of Gruyerechueese paper, with bourgeois and brevier type. rier's do., stock locks, padlocks, sand

JOHN LKE WILLIAMS, I the: Mail, will be detained until the I'attt gfaRse0.. Fifty-two numbers complete a volume tongs, kettles, sauce pans, aotf I

WILLIAM II. SIMMONS, next Mail.; unless it suits the Haisins, Prunes, Almond of four hundred and sixteen royal quarto cards &c. &c.Pensacola '

Vi PllANCIS J. FAT10. of the Post convenience Champaigne; WineFamily pages, for which an ELF.OAJT ENGRAVED Dec. 7th, 182T..38I.
Master
to wail yiour VIGHETT.K TITLE-PAGE, and a copious index
Dec. Itfth, 1827.--44-tf them sooner. Do do halfbbb. are given. FOR SALE.THAT .
References
. Col.) Jos. ;M. White, .tr-.r|! : On Sunday, the Post Office, Sugar, Coffee, .Salt, Pork The terms.are von nou.&nsper annum pleasant and esirab

.& Delegate from Florida, will be kept ojicn for one hour after Mackerel, No. 1, and No. 2.I PAYABLE IX' .ADVANCE. If i dwelling on Intendencu 'UC'
For
./ 3.tr. Henry S. Tanner, Philadelphia, the arnvur and assorting of the Mail ; I I I Superior GOSh n Butter It is forwarded by the earliest mails belonging to Major Bowled

:t Uoctol Urush, New York, and letters will not he delivered) out Hest Cincinnati covered Hams unless otherwise directed to all subscribers terms, which will be

Bernard E. Bee, Charleston, ol the office at any other time on that I Middling Bacon, &c.Julius. I'esidingbeyondthe City of N. York. apply to

r..Vt.uMs \William, Baltimore. I day. Pescay. (O": Subscriptions received at the Officeof Robert Mitchell"Pensacola .

H6 .A. 'I Peru1cola.26th. Feby 1828-50-tf. the Pensicola Gazette July 10 1828-18-3t.-


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