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

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r' -*'TOL. (Prinfipia,non honinef.) PRXSACOLA, TUESDAY orr08 '1. !il 7cli, P 2g. Open to all parties : influenced by none.) No. 30.

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TnsLNuD _.erKLT.Il1NT 111V these miscreants, but hark: I one curs, and returned to the Pennsvlvania the public debates, but I soon found will towards their- friends SSS in'whose*
& TARIFF. lake that load to the left, farewell." shore, fully believing that; I that much of the speaking there was honor They met. ,
J'ublith'rs the I.mrtoflhc Unilr Stales So saying lie (departed she gave one if he was not the devi';, he was at rather adapted for effect elsewhere The Courier was present and
and of the Terrifinof Florida. I :look but vacancy filled the spot least one of his principal agents. \ and availed Only to suspend the func- "pretty essentially funn}'." The, Daily -
TERMF. I where he stoud.Vith slow and The exploits of these men were so' lions of the! House, and retard the Advertiser, less grave than Usual
1 OT'R nOLLAIJt'rKI'IIIIII), tn advance; if cautious steps she approached Vine frequently of a like nature, that the ,' public, business, and that the passion and the Centinel ,
,min"Et ia .ilMenvd six nvwitln, FlvEirp1,1.AR5wiflI I as core y as any ;
'* 'lllrPlt.' street. Already hopes sprung into expressions made use of by the disap-; !for that sort of display was strongest the Bulletin seemed to Aavo dwelt (as
. ", AdvorfiiHjnM-iit-."cni'd conspicuously' at 1 her hnarr, already her flit burned oeJneath poiiucd pursuers towards this one, a-e ,1t1 the weakest and least informed Corinthian Tom high
says) at
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DOLLAR for C+ TV f'lIIlf'f'1I I limsivrion very
I her bread when the awful to be censured fear )f, minds
i 1-I! (' Iir and FIFTCE. TS by no means L.. number in Queen Street. The Com-
,.rnch ct.tnaane-tang'r unes ill trot i word-halt! struck terror to her soul. personal danger seemed to be no paruf "It was my pride to know that I mercial Gazette retired early and

tenon.ALL KINDS OF custody their character ; plunder, but orly represented a people who required no the Statesman exchanged a few;good
of 'a British sentinel. *Your from the British, seemed their 3le such homage: (rom me." humored remarks with the
j D ltJ: IfQ woman" I have sir aim with ambition however fuile Evening
pass, none, an from the National Gazelle. Gazette, which has no more room to
.:aSKn"LnLCF.If'J':1J AND *NKATLY EXECUTED 1 my children," of creating in the minds of their enemies We have taken from the latest number report the proceedings, or to mention
AT THE "OATIErTK': 1>FFICC. AT j "D- the rebel do this belief. At time they !
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--- crew why you one of the Lon 'on Mag'r/ine, an article the other guests.
i breed enemies to your King-let them were in Philadelphia, dressed n the Freemasons
I which
AT/SV OFFICF.I: '" TH 1' OUTHtKV! PARTr respecting : .
THE UN 10:*. I t(1rve-this flour fs mine-off-voman, British costume, and at anothr they deserves to be read, on several 1 ac- Old Donald M'Donald, by a sin.guitar
--- I and die "vitbyour babes." A groin, were relieving the distresses -- -- --- got
\ l & she was about departing, when the : friends at the Valley Forge. and wild notions of analogy. which I drunk and laid under the window of
MISCKLwY.Y. I former messenger appeared-his whole I have prevailed in some of Europe : Dr. Holyoke in SJl
parts m.Vhile tho
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r =:::=- = demeanor was changed-humble sim- The following> )) has been c{ ieo into on the subject of thjt Doctor
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description looking at Donald
irornMe PuliCicul: 1"-.-:.) Anna. marked his from 's "No another -
I plicity gait-he approached English papers Coop of personsare almost rivalled! bv .I old gentleman passed by and
Tales of the Kfvclutiun.In the with fearfulness tions of American"
guard a seeming ; the proceedings illusions to whichthe saw him. The united of the
the winter of 1777, when LordH.r.ve and begged him in a suppliant The American Navy Many absurd abduction, or rather the disappearance trio amounted to 293 ages
h.id: p' sstss>',!u ,ii Philadelphia l I noire to give the poor woman her statements concerniC the organization of Morgan has given birth years.
:'"!'' situation of Anviicans, whi flour.h Fool, idiot," exclaimed the : of the America Navy have or occasion. We think that, inasmuch From the London Tlaut.
. .'i !rl not follow! their beloved ron.- guard, who are you 1 see yonder t been circulated ;in Eu' pp.. There as the most flagitious violence Gambling, Ruin, and Despe-
-rititT: wetsInly; distiessing, subject( guard house, if you interfere here, is none wofs false or more foolish was justly suspected, every effort to x tlull.
:u the evpij-'l insults of cn;i l and thou shalt soon be its inmate." than .!..... .tory : sat young mates of discover his real fate was to be made; T a our former accounts of the woe-
'j;,p ossive foe*. Bound to pny xibeirincp May-be-so, sir-but won't you give merchantmen ar, or ever have been, but no injustice could be more plain ful effects produced by gambling, we
: to br.vs iv'diivttcd on the moTnrr.fary the poor wonnn the means of supporting I taken for the fint steps in the service. to a good understanding than that of have to add another tale of woe. It
lp(1wtruf.t proud and vindictive her little] family weal between tie of twelve and bears circumstance
one : Boys, ages raising a furious hue and cry against some similarity to a
commander} it ran: be better pictured longer ? recollect the dis./mce shy h.l. : ('i eighteen: receivethe appointments of an association so numerous and diflu- which took place about 16
than described. To obtain" the iv.dked, the weight of the baf', am* i nr.dshipinen, anr. after having serveda she, for the crime of a few individuals months ago. Mr. -- an En-
ronunon: nec.tssaries of life s' particularly iccollect" ----:.. certain numbe of years, they are supposing the allegation of violence glish country gentleman, belonging to
flour, they !had to go ns fir as Hell and fury, sirrah why bid 'XfUnined for lipuenar s. These examinations to be unquestionable., Whenwe a respectable and highly-connected
Bristol a distnsico ut eighteen or me recollect ? you plead in vninbegone ) are va-y rigid, and they hear of Anti-MHwnic Convenfion family, married, about six years since
.twenty miles, awl) even tins indul- or I'll seize you as a spy." I are. conducted wth the greatest im- ), Anti :Masonic Governors. Ant-; :a young lady possessed of considerable
gcnce was not p.mted them, nrtd( ( a 11 You won't give this poor xvoma'j partiality. \\ hil, the writer was in M-sonic Presidents, Anti-M.isonic person.d! attractioisand 30,000 ;
was proceed fiom Lord U->\M.5 -, her flour ?" America he forncd with it love match the
pass an intimacy Journals, arising out of such a case, was; :: a, gentleman not
.. guaids were placed along \' iur 4' 'o." the commander if a fri 'tte. One we c'in Irirdly venture to pity or deride having 50 Per annum. The mo-
street, extending from Delaware to I Then by flitli and d'lV at he entered the bid been distant
mCOU'1tq'. s \Vafhingti:I, the extravagances: which are so ney : bequeathed by a
Srlnylkill, rOl nl"'T:: a complete Inriit :i: hopes of fr eolm. you.sh II," and room of the cap1in; .l just as a navel l loilicei well exposed by the London essay relative, and it was settled by the will
: ; hey tJlld ue: >e, tlnough the',:I wall a j ouerful arm he seized) the : of high: rair.: \ "IS quitting it."You .- ist. j jI I hat in tile event of her marriage, she
woods, exte.ndiiiL' a* far is Franklin t, :. guard by the throat and hurled him to I: met nile of tieconi.iiisMoners at I From the Boston Tintts. I! should not become mistress of it till
sere stationed i'' :' :vqnet! f'-n a1in.- the around.Cl Run, madam, ion, see the door," said! tlu writer's acquaintance The benefit If being a lJllls"For ".- !I: five years after the celebration. That
.!us rendering :if f in a i;1 : .arrmlin'sr-: the guard house i if. alive, seize your "I ; ,he has hem to beg I would the truth of the following! anecdote I{I period! now arrived, and the husbandI
ble :o reach the; B. -.i i 3iiil-, tilliss flour, pass Vine street, and yon are Is4e. I make his son, win ;Is just ordered to I we will vouch. It was related I I I wife, who hitherto had been living
fi:sf obtaining a pa, ,. !. ." 'Twas donp. The puard made I Ian liny ship, mind hi> hOUKTI1ey tell : to us last winter by an old gentleman, :. in comparative obscurity, in a remote -
commanu': in chief of then : attempt to rise, when the"I str.inffei I me he young fellov j is clever enough, : one of the jvirty:\ concerned. 1 was, I, spot, near B- proceeded to
.i ('IiCdtl t forces: \\1" ::t'- cncinipedThft : ; it; the Valley.-Sufi.-riii; from rold, I rPrortofrl'e{ 1 pistol immediately alarm been twice defeated in Irving to gel I the revolutionary army, and once 1 I metropolis. Their income was not
!hunter, nnJ tin inch! mency r.f the':I. ed a wljulf line of guards ; the unfortunate through! with mathematics, because came near losing my life. While encamped I I I sufficient to keep pace with their expense -
season, the I n"I'!! in pirnty, : IIH'.I i;,'zed around him with a I| he will not study." In what other in the interior of New York, I'!I ?. and their family now consisted
rent, their days iu fc-"'/up.-", their; fearless :'ntrpioity.-There \vrts! one rnvyvnuld the son of a lord of the my. colonel ordered me with a detachment I I I of four children ; they came to the
nights in LT.lis!! rims, :!(tid! d:>biv.ion| ; tray of escape, and that was through admiralty lose his commission in two of thirty two men, out on a scout I'I resolution ofspending a few years on
yeas: resting; in >l1pl'o.l'i f-cniiiy, I the wood. Seizing the* dead man's examinations for the want of a little !for Indians. Wo marched twelve the continent and Nice had been fixed -
while the Aineric.m CI-; eftain WH> .I. musket, he started like a deer pursued mathematics 1 The most severe system miles without interruption. But when I as their residence. The mild cli-
r'.anninjr* a mode fur thoir l fml: i extirpalion. by hounds, Shoot him down of examination, notonly into pro- within six miles of old Scoharie, we mate of Piedmont, it was thought,
A poor woman with six sm ii --lawn with him," was echoed from fession.il qualifications, but into moral fell in with a body of three hundred would benefit the declining health of
,'hiKircn, whose huslMiid was at H'Yalley one line to another. The desperado 1 character, is now rigidly observed in savages Before we could make good I the lady.
For;p, had iii.ide fi 'queu* applications was lost in the wood, and a general the American army and navy. The our retreat, we were discovered, and I I They set out and arrived a few
; for a pass. L.sga eiin-nts! I I. arch commenced ; the object of lower ranks of both branches of their with demoniac yells they commenced I j jan weeks ago at Paris, where they purposed
rendered i it impossible fur t her tormentors I their pursuit in the mean time, flew service are admirably filled. Mitl.hipmen attack. For three hours our little I remaining only a short time.
to give her 011.... ilii ,from disappointment, and the :. left behind ; but the whole piquet he merchant service, are often taken what could a handful of men effect I g.'ieties of a town life, but he had not
'Ties of her children,started alone, 'i, line would soon be alarmed. One 1 from tliH service, under furloughs, to against a host Nineteen of my detachment been rmny days there before ho became -
-.v :inut a pass, & by good lurk, elu- course alone presented itself, and that command merclJ'int ships. : were killed> nine escaped, intoxicated with the dissipations '
led the jr'.iairfs andt l ir-achud Bristol. was to mount his horse, which was No man in the world is more jealous and myself and two others were taken i of Parisian society. He received a
It will; \\i remembered! by many ,!j concealed .unong the bushes, and of h'u rank than the American prisoners. A council of war was held great n-.imber of foreigners, and many
Mow living, that six others, by the gallop down to the Delaware ; a boat nvvor army officer. It would far hy the savages.. the result of which 1 English of suspicious: character. It
':ame of Doiltor Dowrll, about this was always ready there for him. The exceed the power of the President to was that we should be burnt at the mny be necessary here to state that,
rope, ronmittt! J-MUV ::its of heroic I,j thought was no sooner suggested thanit push his own son an ;inch beyond the stake. A fire was made, ourselves I Pt ev' to his l leaving England, ho
brave y, Lu rout t' m the character of ivas put in execution. He mountedhis steps lie i is entitled to by his age and stripped naked, & every thing prepared i had been injudiciously advised by
mar.iuders than soldier They were horse, and elmliiie the alarmed service. The senate would refuse to for the execution of their Horrid I some over officious friends to sell out
rr>n full six feet high, StOut, and at- I!( guards, had nearly reached the Dela- Approve of such a nomination., The purpose. At that moment their chief I I the whole of his property in the funds
ire : a fearless intrepidity characterized i j ware. same impartiality is observed in respect who had been on the field of battle to : and transfer it to the French which
j their deeds ;id a \\ ,*Y ,,c'-uial!i to I, Here he found himself headed, his to commands. A captain or attend to the wounded, arrived. It : would produce 5 instead ot 4 per cr.
themselves; anti r''':" air "'fs ,(rcce-:'(I- boat taken of Brandt warrior famous in the
possession i If t; ami himself commander is not only sure gettinga was a : I The money was transmitted to a ban.
in makiiin tl b.- *' ''p'[ AmaikAm '1 hemmed in by at le:ist fifty exaspen- ship, when his turn comes, but he annals of the revolution. He had kir3m Paris, but the order to purchase -
nd partialily t 1C n*. ; .ir.uis render-I ted soldiers-one sprung Irom behind must have an excellent excuse, or he been in England, where he received was deferred, the parties anticipating -
.H it obnoxiou.tujs :u I;le Brs'.iuli! and :: a tree, and demanded Ins immediate will be made to take one. Both establishments an education. He had also been ini- 1 that the funds would decline.
. ", l ll'iltce to thi :: r.it'r, to surrender. 'Tis u.ole s to prevaricate are kepf within reasonable tiated in the mysteries of free mason- -Day after day the banker suggested
whom they c.i.ivoyed what infurmaT'jn lehel, you are now our prison.'r, bounds, and promotions: arc slow :I I rYe This t knew. t. ton, was j the propriety of investing the money,
they. conU lean! in their advrnod and your boat, which before excited j and wary. There i is not single officer :I mason. These circumstances stood but the infatuated husband continuedto
ture,. .: S'l'-picion, i is now in our l possession." I 1 necessarily on I half pay, either in"I 1 between me & a dreadful death. Hope procrastinate at length .on receiving -
Our Rd\"" :.!!:IO\.S female, having '. Son of a slave, slave to a kinj:;, how I the land or sea service. There is not :I reanimated! my desponding soul. His a sharp remonstrance from
procured her fl,"jr in a pillow tase, daieyou a liress! a free m-in ?-surrender new nor has. thure been for twenty i, fierce eye glanced upon me as he the worthy banker, who felt much interest .
holding! ; aboir 20 pounds, was reunn- YOl'r f :'-Doale never year', an officer in the American na'b's passed. Now, if ever, was tliu time towards a family recommendedto
ing; with a I'.g'-st: heart, to her anxious ;; (iered himself to apy: man, far s'urpn-I less to m command ofa ship, the four or for effort. I sighd-and was understood him, the imprudent man,.in the irritation
.ud lonely I:, hrs. Slip had pass- ;'f'ffd a blinded, pohroon-tjwjy or you lie :" !, five cl'lest! excepted, v.did: not re- The clnifod liJuVa calmed of the moment, withdrew every
the piqut t ii'i.i. ds HI Frankfort: and and attempted to I lass.: The ifiinrdlevelled 'i g'dariy enter the marine as a midsh'yn- -savage vengeance gave place! to shilling, and placed the money in
was J List etitenirga ,I wood a little this I 1 his gun ; I but himself I t was j;! man. Even the oldest entered lS.. brotherly affection. He interposed anotherfiim..flad nut this circumstance -
side, wlu'n a taB stout man slept from levelled to his native dust ; the hail !low uv a lieutenant, qui'e: thirty years I' in my behalf; and by his influence and occurred, it is possible that Mr.
behind a tree, .and f putting a letter in of Do.ileN pi-siol had been swifter thIlI'' ago. A Secretary "f the Navy, during ( authority saved me and my compan- would have been saved from
b"'r hand, p.qsted her to read it.She his own. His case WetS now truly desperate the \rar of 1812, is said to have' ions from tho awful agonies ofan auto- ruin, as the banker we allude to would,
sasppcl l with *' .g'r joy the ]luiter1 I ; behind }him was the whole line wished to introduce a brother from the deflVe were carried through! the had he perceived that the principalwas
Tearing the ch-:: actors of her bus- j of.guards, on the north of him the merchant service, by giving him the wilderness to Quebec, where we were to be squandered away, have informed -
band's, hand win'.np. After a {pause t j Frankfort piquets, and on the left the command ofa cartel, but entirely with- ransomed, and permitted to return to the lady or her friends of the
be said, Your husb-uid i is well, in a J I city of Philadelphia, filled with British out success. Some six or eight clever ; our friends, having been absent three fact, but the other merchant, to
hort time he will he with you : mo-I troops. One and on!)' one way men, who entered as sailing masters, : years.-Throughout the whole of my whom, the money was confidedknowing -
Hey is a scarce article! amongst us-I i presented itself and that was to cross j a class generally taken from the mer- captivity, Brandt continued an unWa- nothing of the parties, took no interest a
mean amongst them ; but on account the river.-He knew his horse ; he I chant service, have been so successful vering friend. whatever in what manner it was
t)f your husband's I partiality to the plunged in ; a shout succeeded it, and I I as to get commissions, a favor a From the Boston Een. Gas. (.th v.It. disposed of. In the meantime, Mr.
cause: of liberty, lam willing to become ere he reached half the distance, little out of course, though sometimes Tribute of respect to retiring Ed- I had been induced by some
: his banker" So saying, he twenty armed boats were in swift pursuit I practised to reward merit. Several itors.-The corps editorial, this day j jgave unworthy associates (one of whom is .
banded her a Purse of money" niv- his noble horse dashed through of these even were midshipmen, who I a parting, dinner to Messrs. : known in London) to visit the private .
means arc adequate, or I would not the Delaware, his master spurred him had resigned and had re-entered, as YOUNG and 1 MINNS, who have retired j 1: gaming house kept by a female who
be thus lavish," seeing she vas aboutto on with double interesta while the balls masters, in the war, L c-nse they I from the service. There were pre- calls herself a Conntess; this abode of
refuso it. whistled around him. The tide was thought themselves too old to begin sent about thirty of tlfose who superintend infamy is frequented by numerous
You said, sir, my husband would running down, and when he reachedthe I anew as midshipmen.Mr. newspapers. The sons of the' sharps, both English and French ;
see me shortly ; how do you know Jersey shore, he found himself I II I quill were universally courteous and I' and here it was, the ruin of the unfor-
IJOw h3t, which seems so impossible, and immediately opposite the old slip at Allen, of Massachusetts, who : kind to each other. Yet it is our be- tunate Mr. was effected. The
did you know me, who never" :Market street. On reaching the has served twelve years in Congress, I lief that many anew Editor might en- whole amount, of 30,000 was lost i
-- shore he turned round, took out a pistol has declined a re-election. The sub- ; ter into the field, and no one say, Hundreds individuals were acquainted
Hush, madam, we are now nppronching J, and with a steady and determinedaim joined quotations are from his valedictory I "God bless him ;" or any roasting I with the fact, the only one that*
the British guard ; suffice fired at the first boat-a man fell letter to his constituents. jack receive, for such an event, a single knew nothing of it was the hapless
It has to say, the American commander over the side and -sunk to rise no "When I first went to Congress, I turn. I wife ; and when the intelligence' was
that i in his heal which like an more. He then disappeared in the thought, from my habit of speaking at The porcupine gentlemen retiredat 1 i communicated, it burst on her ear like
'ttrtnquakp, will shake the whole wood. The angry, harassed, and the Bar.that I should have taken a part a good hour, and generally in good i thunder.This poor lady was in de-
A.1l'tican continent, and expunge disappointed pursuers gavt one look more frequently than I have done in condition, and with renewed good i'I dining health, in state of pregnancy

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it r rDh.ilo had been zen?. has consoled us for our misfopjttune I n favororthe unfortunate .
1 .; having four infant chihhen} and hi a |ilia, and tAn. possession of some of ?the Turki g>mVm The garriSon ?. Our commwider has been'' cowiderable number if S'I Of.t.' l II' _
foreign country. Such is the situation thn southern frontier towns of that re- j p conkiHtrd nnittt'd I originally to retire.' ofl'-WX) men,Whhcdh promoted, and from certain move- plftCf'. under ,he belir(that hp 'N' Itf 1ki
t' to which the I kill- J JI Ift object fihlelenhing 1 .
most passions public. j i sustained cor.sitI..roble.ftics both in ( nients here you will soon hear more !1 v whose mercy 1"If tht l'ti.erncsr )
has I prero*.tip if ; .
: k. reduced her. A few charitable I is ,
Caracas I cd and wounded. I' it "
Extract of a letter from atco-.ints ofthe o him// I 1 or not, did not think thi i,. 6ae
t. persons entered into a subst-ription to Editor of'i' It is stated that fa".rt.hJ( i I II I that cull..cl l for his *
dated th I
13th intervention
August to t'asket4t2,0fl tilt
I defray the expenses ol ihe hotel, and the Baltimore this ( nrotfre" ot General at j I I Commodore? l'ltr.-As several : in all chws, where the laws liN At><1 111t
GC1Zt-'tle.-u received
k supplied her with sufficient ,the Asiatic sile hnve been ,I declarations respecting Commodore I to himyie! determiiif-s not I ] _
to to inrt'rft'r
; money reaches will have heard that Wk"sai.l that tbat General \
li you, you Odr:9'It I j Porter lelative to the Mexican the case appears, from '"
leturn to England, where she Insarrived. frmridrs with the arm navy, facts
i 'Bolivar :
has declared the Turkish he
war passed to a
cnse 0fJtJ3T5C
[ :*iI Her worthless partner of the in the nrddleolJune, I have been recently! imputed to him, ; and Jl.kCft1tn .
Colombia Caucasus It is dlu"o
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j in ovrlnor
.J.1. has disappeared, and it IS probable has and the party in Peru party, no doubt, have 3 n.1" met With so little'rcsa'-nce in his no doubt erroneously: we subjoin an..i II}I should be stated and it i, ,d'hili Uf to II}; r.'tt

, ,ere this terminated his career by s ef-! acted in perfect accordance and il i* advance, that his light' cavalry had alrei- : extract from a letter we receivrd. from I I that they he known, and it j U peenl." .Ia.
I Krzcrumami
destruction j reached theneifhbrirhood i him by tlw last arrival \ V. Enq. .\ that \, e should' ie the me iurn'I411t
". I ns' opmiofl, ihnt Bolivar will put an ; only ths siege ot that plate I
: From the Path Courirr I rrt77r01. j end lo the f faction in Peru, as he has; till the coming '|> of tu* heavy. ar- : Our Vessels are all laid up forj i I \V'e have been flivored with the }i

: To America alone belongs the JI). j done in Colombia, without much t iIt.-ry. Thi success of hi* operations the present, and their crews diucharj-I<;i I ]l loving extract cf a letter froln .(of

t.*;; nor of haying given a lival to Sir hlooihhfd--in fact, his Proclamation: \v-l! "crt-aMv" ttJrth l t that (Ti the army (>tthe e d. I have placed them fill in a good '. spectable merchant from this 1&t

. ow Walter Scott. Not less fruitful, not: and the news ot the Couventiouists J)1t1lt1.C.l1d Lnllcilll1. thxt rff the whole that there army.is state: of pl'e Hrvation, and they can nil.;: ;and m every reliance may be placed Cit',

'.J less original, than the Scottish Romancer having been }pin down by the people The: doubt Courie-of s.iys the, intention of l be fitted for sen in n few days after ''1011 its content f* ,

:.r"k Mr. Cooper has found inexhaustible nolonjfer any the men are OR board. In the meantime .
Colombia} will so astonish! the par France lo .scud an exju-d.lion to the Mo- Aug.
! :.; 3g
f-1 .: resources in the admiraMc ty in Peru, tliat they will soon give iu. rca. It will c'uiss oi'ei.hteeri baiialion .I propose visiting the United "On my return to tillS| ,

: scenery of the United States and in! \Vc are very quiet here." i iJVom of infantry, a rtiiT ent ol (hti- eUl's, and States fur the recovery of my health j found the drought bad injured 1,1.te t

.r t:' the contrast between the manners ofihe the Baltimore flaziltr. !\ druchrnent ('t a-lillel ', coinmau'led by which is somewhat impaired frwm so I! much more than vas anticipate cot* _

. .; American Savages wilh those ol :' i .it'lIt (;.n Maisiiti who are to 1.tl1dt c.Ii- )
Central America and Mtrico,- long an exposuie to an unhealthy ; there will net be as much hv 25

:a tl.e European Colonies, to compose j Files of Vtra Ciuz papers to the 8h I t t tIs at Toulun on the thousand 5th of \t4\ III 11J11 sail\. mate ; besides, I want; repose of body I i J cent as the crops warranted .J P"r, ____
i Ililt nce seven or eight Injl"
i4: descriptions; as picturesque: a> those ol'I I August, furnish a fei s of some ,,' i'ie 15th. ar.d mind. A few months will restore j Other letters from the saUlt ;:

, ff1' old Caladonia, and scenes rot less interest regarding the situuiion oJ thc:? I 1 I Trie Muiijltcur sa} c: The Kmp'v"t Crn.I me to health and vigour, and I j of time country, conrim the p. rt

rt dramatic than the events borrowed by Republics. I fi-II! l t.'ae con-mand of i: to Lieut. Cit-nr shall return fre'hi for any Sl'J ViCC. .-Savannah a&ostatement. *'
: t Sir Walter from thc middle and t ra the M-isin Peer of J'ranct'I'fis -. I .
ago, The treaty of peace, which! at cur Ir I Marquis The navy is at this moment scarcely j
,.t; the traditions of the mountains., A General will 1ai4\e under his conij !I[ Health of AYw Or/canJ.-Onr
previous accounts, had l.een negotia I any expense to this government,xgaiils tlioe' citizens who
ma.d acclimaiT
!': j Major GeneraU Viscoimt Tihurce ate
" 'I.h 1ikt.! ? beautiful. edition has lately been published led between the contending parties in 1 I I Sebstiani, Ukrnn Hiponel8iid Schneider. whereas that of Spain is bur ensome t J remains perfectly Jiealthy. Some few l'a '
" 'i: .' I) In Paris, comprising all hs -' Central Amrrica has been the ; of the lover have appeared *
rf'jnrledh.v ( j tieiirr.il llarorwJJuritn, is i appoint to m insupportable degree to j ami I rfn ra
.;:.t. works, in 15 volumes, ornamented 1 the Salvadoreans, as appear by ru (>ift', and 'olonel I Froze!, si-cond L island Hf Co ha." I lo slrnngers. But at no tin.e lhis le uon.'"

L' with ajgravigns by the first artists. the following extract from the G- :i- I Cuctof! the btafl The :.rtilicrvv.'i i!! he -.-- .-..--- -. I has the fever bt-en ahirmn. for IOIDf
"'; co'iin!"dfd l It Cotnc1: Vsscount di ia 3 days pst the weather has"hopn unmonly
:T- -- -- I >
mala Gazette which late.- \
\ we tran ; DOMESTIC. cool whirh
t I ti;1e', he Krjjii: !.*erH hy Lieut. (;'oloiuMfVndoy. ; I I I I., circumstance hash,*"
; GUATEMALA June :Oh. -- --- -' I trued the death of some who
. L Ba;on Volland, the Military |:itendantis } nerelafco m
_________ __ I ST. AuorSTiNE September 3. I undfrdisoasp. Vet
!,tr -.--- -- ___- _-" _. "The rf representative! the Supreme charged ith the direction ol upon a review 0$
We arc much indebted to a polite (overnmentC. Manuel Fran I all the A'ministrative 1)_ part rnen9. I The Eli of the Lftw.-Ox Thurs-I i I ill"whotw. tliuk this (.Inno, bv aty ip,,,

:,; '.: correspondent for the perusal of an"extract 'I i cisco Pavon, has addressed to the ]I I The 'bnetitiitioncl. calculates on thrarivantapeio diy List, conformably to IIH sentence. I IEward I, D'Mifrue called, which It vickly has season (if we vxce-.ttu, :
; prevailed from
t )> of a letter, dated St. Jigo! de L General in Chief of the army, underdate 1 be derived by Trance from I Nwc//iY, .thf. murderer of'Juhli I of the co..tinent to the other) j in XI'I'ttnd

1 .;, CUbR, August 20," which: states that of Juno 22d, the following com. 1 I having an r-uy on the spot, in order to. I Stafford, WJis! Il..l! 4)ut :Jjr ex'-cu- !!I l.-an-s ; and we ate opinion thai our cirjz' Q,. ,

, L1 the Governors of that Island and Porto rIHmicRtionuThc Govormueni of 1 tion Henurcsonuhj"njr the \ for herself in the l1r)1'of lion, about Inlf pas four oVlork, p.1'1m.y returnviilii.ut risk by the fiilot
O\oniAn which is likelv
, : itico Itiive ltt.i..i i tit vsi'Kts fiouiiheir 2an empire, M. by the Marsha! who wttend ;: NotftnliM-Argus, lltk Sept.
'IIJ \: il\iulor, proceeding accoidirgto I to take plai This is speaking out 4-as j _
I :' King THEIR MASTLK, to I have: cuMom, havfl not ratified the tr<-aty at I least, and if such be the sentiments ofj I Jed by his deputies and a small guard.He I! Cmr.ft'reitl-Th. GI f'f'n "oroll h. (X.

;f all the boys found in the Colleges o Iitb I" if peace signed iu the house Es- I j France, the prospect: of maintaining walked to the gallows with a firm I ItJttI I C ) paper, ol Ihe :,0111| Aup. saislion ; WPtllJo I

: the United Slates, brought home, lest ( on tlte l'2ih, a of which I I integrity I1t1ihlr of the Turbsh empire becomes ; unwavering step, apparently hap. I. the public against receiving ten dr-liar,
copy Unitrd
) : they imbibe the of \ I5 more faint than ever t has been. I' noses, pnyHliIe principles liberty have had in the of his 'Ill
t, I the honor to send "Pli. It py contemplation! near I Mobile.Ve h."* seen severaloftheg,
France is said Uke this
; tn at th
and Itfrfsyt which ;11 i e in opposition to ,I is now two days past the time limited: rt quest of the ';'llJ1'ror of Russ step. and it? approach to the er.d o!! time in this I Ii i in th. course If. 1-ist week that areCflunlerfcits. ,-
1 the t/lfone and a/torand the ( o\'l for it and 'vorld. At the scaffold he i Tht'YH I loJt" a 1.1) well
'4 :C/"t ratifying i after various answers is added that Enjlmd is to co-oper'e rentine'I f'UCUII'd
a'r ors arc not *.o permit, for the I r nl-I' which h'rjve shown to me t.ic: f with a naval force, that the three power near an hour, and during I the p-per i i' rillier coarse and whit'. 1
of the
part cnrA\'iitg-i jg not weij!!
: any boys being sent frorn;the IlaiuK customary b'id faith and want offaJdi- : i are -piv>*entedis still actingin con moments he occupied much of his I They arc not endorsed. cxecutfj
f'k, it to be educated! in thr fniicd) t cert. Sects rouJd add j i
States.; which step greatly to time in the
ness they usually exhibit I.. addressing by-standers.
: ; the embarrassment if the Sultan ndi I I A'.nviThe ft rjate Corttilution is .
1 \ < ]
Ir V. and Mr. C. Jm\- been directed i. 11'
'P,I '.t have obtained a decisive reply. JI !!i probably %1IIt)tt I. hfssubmission. lie- reviewed the profligate; life that I Jurat Charle ifnx ,if Mass.. enHrel fomasted

tl' : to send for heir suns from the consequence of my conmiun'u ationv l I I A report; i is .pfad that AIurham! he had led, and presented to themind with her masts <>(It.

:.crtt,!.: colleges in this countryThe WI itt;r, the SiHll government, hostilities mtbo < I i'j'c'ia; of Wo.'-ns W.' s>
:' ., feelingly} I adds, "This, is- the I greatest considered on both sides, as haviiit: !t I: '.he moment: that le wag gome: to join w.mmd; the p n\,le, that it was sin; The sloop of wr Concord, builrj.

of our wisforHll1psVe have no commenced afer: six o'clock tievening ,. rh" corps oironni: which he had col.j I. tint hurried him on to his present I! ing at Portsmouth i\ II. is nrrferpdohe 4
1;t:4: : good teachcis he.'o thus : j !Ic Jed confV.i-ipa-iii to the firm-ui of the I :finished and launched
; our
; sonsmay : ) withnsit doing ihir.cfurther I condition ; and admonished! them to as MJOII n
:fI { my any S 1I1tIf! f I tins ne'SHhouiu oe coufiniKil I : I4
like leasts. This i is iossl.Jle.-1
grow up on thn avoid intemperance and its attendant I
; 'l suhjoct, conceniinc it <-, easy to foreseetlut troubles to the intrior I ,
t necessary, because a man; that knowsnothing : which I I ; vires. Ho The U. S.
I am tiung to give an arcouui; ol n..aia wi i! he the coii.-'equer.ce. I s.n'dthat: drunkenness was fhio Lr rivet on. Linif. COB.
:;2r cannot know his rights i aiid I! J i to the ii pi tine Cujveinment." I I ..;i It l 5hat the ..IIti' of that prn'illct'Itll: I one of t Itt t.! iulaf'st instrumrnts that 1 S 1.. Brerre. ras at Gilnnhar :>Uth JoJj!

; ; may be easily made 1ed to; horsy man on to his I fyrMahooiu2 daH.-r tm.The 1.

. .t .that opptFsses! iiim. II;pp3' y'tlUrr been given to L. Pavon, to return to I t .. Thv :-r\i.i I!, iio'v-ver, rcirjain n.tho I I. I eiemal doom ; and in a most impres-I U.S. Ship I'inrei'ues, entrpdtfce t
; who live tlu : same | -..siiir, and do noi jippeaiuoNtd ; i j port Callaw, ou the lOin \hj"rfJn&
.. among OIIS Washing- this capital." I i.i1 i\ I.t m: alluded it the 1
-' t' to 'iner to as means i cruif .-*-/'/.ni.i .
I ; comint sicts oMio tilit\
.,.::.J .'". ton. -Philail. Aurora.Extract l" (ftJI; Marino 1 late military 1cid t'r I .Pill,!t li.e! I'oi-ie* or, un the nther liuiid !jot(. hurrying hiinoti to _the commission!! i !| We Yl"5r.cRY! bad the pleasure' of COP.I .

', ;:r;!,,:i, 0, of a letter to ain g'ni!te'inin: o: ine Salvador: or revolution-try pu- : t.viMer aii\. aru-.l hody rt Turks to enter ot a murder otvlnch! he had but af.iint : vrsi-'g; with n Hn'lman ju.t arrived &

:l il Phibdelphia 1 I diitod JMrxico, J l1IV I ty, is a Colombian, and a frit.r.rlof, I their pr", '(''. : recollection ; that 'on the morning 1 rrci from Rio Janeiro, w'rw, a shuit time

'.r.fPk H, 182S :-The afifdirs of this roun- Bolivar. H I e has, Im\\\ cr fallen into j j i a i he L'>ncuiii Sin nft'ifol-: I 'tily' stys of the day on whch the offenre /1/1)E'r. hill dt-paitur. was on baard both y
--'"Accoi-4liitrj i-'ve.ich elI (' ; and Boston and left cfrrers
: ; still remained unsettled, and 1iio I hands: of his enemies p.ptI're"cl was committed lie '* with
: try piobably aCt i i. was at p ace t and crews .
. ...' 'us nior.iiDj. ih;',e v as a g-t ner.il) tilk atI''rris nTally. well! hut impsI ,
; < will remain: so for sime llJIP.i likely I-) Mifitr 'oath. We tradsl.itr I of t k Congi: '-'', v"hu'i i Is "'; :ii,- lu-lcl i all use,,, nor did he dream of harboring !I fient 10 ret rn IMHTHHP Mates and IP-

)i 1 Passpoitsare issued daily) to I ilir\ I.uropean : the f follouing :- / :.t I.aybuc'i. Its nhjct i-, -ad n. i.e. the : malice! or u-st-ntim-nt jiu-iiust 0 SlY i I parenlly' wif}< a full kii'iwl. p e of theiuti .
.r.",. ( ,.- r< Dilation of Ihe i.-tT..! I but the i jert. that no injiiry w !1..1.\. r r.as arisenlo
;. l-C Spaniards, with orders to UATA \MI.A, June t.visg s < tn: onri, by ;aid of I'ljuor und his th, *,
' "i'. ', leave the within iiivon "!, a l ltter fiom ct-r.:!'fl in t.lir' T.Mii>h cIi.. will as th- '\ il < ion \\\v had t incited ( mimere of the Unitrd States, from
: ..., country a number y Cui.'iu I (: ..; I 0111 ( pab > een 111.I l' vrsrl, 1):01 tf'il' "r"Pltpd
" > ,<; of days On the ovpiiiiiij, of the :! Domii:ijrz, to the lmerjl in Clli(::' {i ct-n tj.'a-i-\queue of tin -i 6ti 1!' K.-IV| :!aIr" tu!:! i is v ilt aflinned fro in that tinj to plunge the deadly wr-apon; into I He believes ll t,lr! :;")',"'ei be adto bytttiiis. .
:,:,.. ;. ... 7th insi., several houses of ,thi'Eup1-! j Ofa1'f( army, naieJ 01..Ihl' Rill iu""i. Wc j j -.:ii i tlie: p\"s v. iilf'r.! -{ tlieir! .\'iia-sa- the breast of a human: bring. HI' \ anr'oll; 'have a p > eiiiT ntn.berof

";: f.J pean 5p:>niirls I ...!.rp imjd I n.icnitd I know tint I! i ihe CnJoil"iaJHtfir I d'II.! Vh ne-e--ty 111'4 UusVi u> bend I alluded' to the practice of i paring }! !lil"* tijt>u ihe. coast. buf that the M 'p
I t; : the propri.tors Ji>s 's\iiiattd: : hut not aLoft Merirui, taken (pjisonerin the pi' it of,t It *'..t- ? Is no' her a; in\ virt"i.e-] > tIt knives tor tliopurpo.se of avetififiuj; j\ nil rian: that and I WI Iio*e ton=s"i had 1. cf-uM d.Mir,do.arid Taut nre c'oinf'theIr,

. of thp'r; money was toncN'd.Generals la Union, ,, Ins lu-t-n tried by a i'Inih j I Theuie r'.Al jM-r ren.arkb!5y ;tn1I&I ex *uppo ed ofTriict'S, and 111'71'd .II to z erews and fi.rre are adequate fo all; inati i

. : 15ravoMej rct
!-.t:!!:! as also a great number of inferior ( capital I ;J/JIool1n'u:: :, and the sfineii'-i i \\' phcid 'sit 1\1"1'xprd..ion( H!tj|I""aht.at Foul\%' ha'Ittrd tii isu I I IHC of such dangerous; weapons. He j.racobrtn-pi'n Binzil nnd Jlurno.s AyreJ,
i (
irtli' '
' cet ta I:: k.- 'fn -' .
'iL > "
officers have been blIi ,IIt.d! fo/i i is to I b(* o.xeciiu-d the Jltli. rtVd said hat though his hud !
; : oi Hi"blootl I i it a-:( t ;:1.1 if !':I hIHt 31Uf I I crime iieen Phi fad. Au .

"':ft:1: : the country within a short fpue ; and wiil be mall expi.ilion:: for :'"- j It F r.iue ce :.!.1IIn.. .r.'ond t. ..:;1 (," 1..1' I,I 51 eat: more than xrveral lives could LJit of Ofiir-i at-nrhed AiroratMh to the- L'niifil5lRlcs t.

; f.'i now and then they shoot a few hyof many \ "l'tIliS: which he I I"S "J'u..blttile'I t. \pcdon t : 1, fUT }hi had .
-. [: WilY ] has sarr.lict'i, I nnp'tnte l *: .iJoi.e yet ; an assurance: of : frijjnte lludsvn, r"itll.fnl'. Mlt. a 5
. \ 1 who 1 a!: weB v.atlike I tI: Cmistant-ioi le, to jr\ Crt I.5 falling I New York.
. .:,. i variety .atWtlU, formi-rlv I i I'lijagemcnls; as l bmilitaiy .\ pardon, Through the merits of a Sa- I ;
i int ,
t'ie lali/d is of the Kiusianr.. Comntnfer.-.Jt.r
:'I.;.: boarded m Philadelphia, at 1ss X I I! i ir..MviLviM nt, th.-1 ritrer.ir- ( t"'c't-J sirr.s tint a conspiracy viour. lie regretted his having been t>f Netv Yur!,. Oi J.- Cre.ightoi.Eq,

;; IVJc's, is Secretary of State Conrz I:. rJLor; ol'whirh! r/l"illl 1"111'n' o'iio-:: agai.-uhe j.r'e of the I'resident: has been the means of htirtying out ()f the Litirii 'nh, -?01'. \\ >n. ".. Ta l>r. cf

:'.\.r. .-. is also in the city of Mexico." to the' Sah'lt; : \If\m., iwl i .i caused; I!5. f"U-d MI {r.-,ce. an \ that the recent sueC'stsol world, a fellow mortiil I, in an unprepared Rhode Island ; 2
"'I"t;:: 2'rom the NIP' York Mercantile! S.Vr' removal I fni the; J'lf'IJeommn.l I ..'." I I t: c liusMans have raised the state, and admotiUhrd all who nf Vir ;mia ; 31. %%TIIL .1 Dell. .-.,* do ; 4th .
. I The I I 'lone of the (iu-t ks. An article dated Wm.. I'otln.ger. of Mainland 5h. Tlir.a -
,: :J'- The ship Lion, which airived las1'|' brig liennoiiK Crfpi. Hawkins stood ty to let hat exhibition induce i' .
01..1t I j ::l.y'na, June 18, the Count d'J tl'iM Firrlon. VVrinont; 6tfi. .. II Dlalif.:
,"\;':.t, night I from Rio j anE'II'OUIOLJp-I I late1: I Wits still" Ht sea: rruiziiig \viout :!' w sP! (bthli .c.llo liavc says recourse to more them !o repent ot tlieir; sins and seek of D of (."oliinil.iaKitUivZ .

/" >'4..',I accounts from the Lu Plata than before or'icr!, and had tUcn scveial pri .j| '-I.t: i i.t tn n '. sores to govern the Greek for pardon whilst they had; OppOrlU- M"t/f .-1st. Je'l' : nIl, of Msrvlnnrl -
', .o \ Zi'S, which} had (bot-n ,. iiiiv.. : 2J l,n ri'lmin! : rf P'lIndll.l.. .. .
'". _-:.-'F"; received.-Capt. Ellis, a passetr j IKJI i.cr.t iulo"r- -. \"IIlI:. VSM- : iitfkince!. the tliscov! rv of I -- -'.' -

,?:;. ger, informs, that on the I7ih June, as I ra irii7. :j .lie' l'PIJ'l'it..CY| o!' Colocotrnni, who tftbievn Siiifiair spoke} In an animntnd nnri nia.Lieut-rants
: (Jll the I 3 1st of ; ai n : the B. A. of Jen. July his I' : | unfauhoring tone of voice, and in sucha ,
/t: brig war JjrajulxtntCapt. ;: a;;lr' rhelt.tlt while htra. \Vi-lkpr! D. C 2.1. Fran* U ,('. Vvi I t',0 rt"' .
: :k"o De Kay, WHS on h .r way up Maje.sjy's; fripte A LJ rOIiI;i, hove j ii .1 ti tim l al I'aris.gave nsa loser, and at a munujit, that ail l'ursrr.-\\:. f i. ro l''s. 1C. Mantf.Midshipmr .
an to the llreek
) : :i the river, she fell in with the Brazilian 1 sijjlit, \.lien Com. Poiter, aulicipatiji'/;: I ::e .th) tie -tlt.m to an bisnon umuestt *-, must 1 IIHV.. lu-t-ii couvincc'd that he -A'i!usins H. KM r, Alarrhud .

; ; brig of war Niger, when an action 1 a s-htP: and not Inivh'L; mc'i euotiL'Sito I 8u l eli.) .; ia-t j tLi jnopcise ijj \vili!! un adtiinn:. lurerc-d tlp; language of the ht.Jrt- !\ ; RuJ P.ri 1i4\#..'et Aidn:. Md.Vm.>.>" HjinpihffrVil5iam ;M. A.iMoore .

. ensued, and after a severe enjgngement i return the compliment hauler; I l.I'1i to ,:a\t' tic in ek Territory, he- I I that lie uttuied the uutds of trutii \.a. ; John 8. MIO-OOP, S. C. : A- ;

the latter hauled off, her down hisnV.c; and the other cor.HmUH.j; -ausetlu'Mriihircsse.s, in uhich they call and sobcrne*?, and we do hope that l'xanc1. II. jlt"IUIn C' ; H'llIhrodW.

1i.- captain and first lieutennnt wounded, 3 ers inimrdiaitfly followed ; upon. tUe p -;'P1'' to return to their ot edMro >- this victim will suffice, and that i il, Hunter. Va. ; Hrr.rlltHn., Pa. ; Lew1

several of her men killed l, and her .1 3 pItIUd they remained so, exct' f I'J the to Jret-k the!forte(;o'trnfTl.nt.The'Vltn'a cannot. be tolerated need not another to cause us to U. llifrbt'e. New Jersey; iiiiiiHnd wI'a \\

ricging much injured. Soon after I Oil Sundays; when (the (-risin air? pause and think. Afftr Ie had ; Alexander. 1C Yauci-y VI.. G. S.Claihorn. .
>. Tfin..
'ourt of Ffanri
Ciazette the 19th.Ial ; B. tVrt1s!, P .
the Gen. Hrandzrn was attacked l.y pendant (but not the Commo ore' ) .1 '. contains tro/u the Universal tta- j I concluded his ;address, he informed ( ; \vm. M. Walker, Aid. : Wm. K. Taj- : -

the Brazilian squadron, driven on 3 were hoisted. retie. of (ice, l general instructions for I j jie liie people that he should;; :pend a few for, R I.; Gomrrncnr. Meredilli, PrtM.r..ii .;

shore and completely destioyed.Cant. .-_- From Europe.--By ihe flip Caier1ini.ar' .*- Kxtraoi'cinary: Commissioners of the moments iu silrnt prayer, and requested nl Dra> tnn. S f'.; John J. \\ tlhafh,
F De with! -Ft(1 at Nr \' Yo'k1 9th "'>Vl"I'IH/lt/lI.t ill six departments of the l :lil.; ii \ ant Hof.-iuson( Penis. ; -
Kay, most of his men Sept. I ivtr- such as f fIt disposed, (o for :
.. _ J pool to the pray Case N. Y. Charles "it
1. 1c.sCi1pea papers 2<1 of Anp-nvi nnA If". Aichipclajjo. The President comnlains. I.:.. ; Hoot N V. ; L
r) ,;. : IU me snore, \iiiuiv mtry' don ,)apcrt to the 31st luly 1 ," incl'-- : fiat the i'n-valency- of piracy, or the tenlency ''III'. ('. .. Fatio, Florida ; U illi.im II. Fndhe
-vi ,
.;:.,, manned a battery fort, and made a I were r-c.ived by our respective ccrs uf't >.sels to that disgraceful! Sinclair V/RS : tended during his ton, Va ; iiark Hate. Vt ; JohnV Gu-

, most successful attack upon the Brazilian pondents, to uliom we arc jlldp.blfcl l 111 s ystem, will m the end endanger si.fe.y confinement and at the scadold, bv lIitm. COHH.; Robert Handy. It 1.; John -

.i squadron, which resulted in the a variety f"exiractsJ'rogrets of the Greek Aav). the Jlev. Mr. Alexander, who also! W. Palmer! Conn.; ( t'Itsf.'r'1tfP ) :
ofhe Cartoin' .' Clerk \VaIdron, >. H. '.
: Destruction of the Const and Ullo.ian"--l'"O pcld- Extract offeri-f! up a prayer, pievious to the
lional of BI.1It.nmill.-Eciwarcl
I Holletins ('lie 1. a letter f' om an officer Crckrr'a!
a ,t Second of July, brigs, with nearly all have bren received trom'gist ie and|{ 11lItll; < : of !hc Buenos Ayrean awful moment ; and when these pre Gunner.-Samnpl Allen. X. Y. '

j.. their crews. The Brazilians lost two n.y I he eighth! merely pivos sonic issim fur a. brig Genes Orandzun Commodore government paratory services were ended, with: fail Maker Nathaniel B Pf'E'd. Va,
rt .:: commanders several lieutenants th.r the ('nrpt nfn."itclJf.1J, X Y.
: and particulars of the siege of ItMilcu-, De Kuy, dated! unexampled composure of'a man, .
; J r midshipmen, and a great number of and slates toe loss of the H\j san< at J.OOO hastening to his anticipated enjoyments 'w.'nrtl.--John II. Pre>ton. Mass.
; l'n.m'17grr.Iiptlr U'tn. M. iIersdf.
men. The other "I'.ucNos AYRCS
:! men killed and 120 wounded. Tom. announce that ()11 ti- 28. ke thin
. : sixth, the hca d! "The gave signal for his dl'- Va. ; J.imes T. fnnt"ne1at( ; Iidlhlp"
".".t\t,..;.. Norton, of the frigate Nielero, had an army were to he quarters moved. cf the Ku--i.m have newspapers will tin doubt partuie, and in a moment he was "I'll, C:1arlp H. l\1'Rf.ir.\Ie : Walter C.
I ,:'.C arm shot I off. J."'1 r. Roberts of this proceed, b) forced marches: They were i you that we have lost j hurled oil and exhibited as a melancholy : Culls, D. C.; to join U. S. Ship Boston.
toWard': $i- the
! r;, officer of the General Brand- zrik I have not time to witness ..1ntlrnn'r Conimtrd- __
ij; city, an on account 01 the scarcity of i of the end of the law.
' V' watei. enter' into Xrzo York Sept 15 -TIt-, HUDSON'>
jt, ; Zen, with about 20 men were taken talioii"1 he main army consists of fifty four :/.,. I which lasted particulars; of the fight, So 1 far itS we arc able to judge from Illate. and ERIK.: : Stoop cf T/ir, bound I'llradl

; t..i prisoners but afterwards paroled. The fort) eight squadrons' six rc;1mentsot' eight hours ; first with conversations which we have had I are wailing a viutt to proceed
i capt. of marines was killed. The h'fu pieces Cossacks ot with two hundred and then twelve' then twenty of the with time convict, he was sincere in his I a Mercantile Advertiser.Xrto t

} I' loss otherwise trifling -Anont the 1st pnmsion were cannon Ample supplies of 'Phiili tines. We drove one onshore repentance, for ail he had done in j(I York, Sept. ll/!.-TJieU. H. s M.I .
arriving regularly, both which we afterwards destroyed past II I SJl4.nlf. ha viII! completed! !iei qtiaranlin',
.f ; ofJune.the B.A. brig Eighth of Fe- by )la' d ami sea. The heut luul .It..n.__.. D"In,,__ life, and seemed ready to suffer : ----- n from -
fl_ bruarj', Com. Depear, was captured iterated by freq.ient sho'en-so that the 41 rllld battery; another struckto ignominious death, not because lift* I cily this ,:;;;: : 5IciIlproLab.f' ]

41 and destroyed, with most of her crew, sick were not very numerous, the ther us, though far superior to us in was a burden to him, but because ho over to the IVavy Yard.

ftM after an engagement of nearly 7 hours \mometer urna is the had next been point 99 to be of Farenheit. guns, men the, and tonnage.till) We contintiuued was impressed with the Ln'hiefthat his I We have hcen more than a little'

with nine of the Brazilian squadron. tIt Russians attacked by fight our shot was expended public execution would be a mortified of Mr
Mnd it is reported to be in salutary at seeing the namo _
a and the last link of chain I
: jI The chr. Argonaut, at Baltimore, bad condition for making defence cables. our warning to others ; and in view of MONROC, the venerable Ex-Prc'siJeo't

it? has brought accounts from Panama Mucharest, July IU Accounts, this mo and Finding ourselves outnumbered this, he said he should f feel unhappy 1 gdzcrted in a list of supposed cand..

to July 9. The Baltimore American ment received inform us that "Magnaliii, unable to escape, we fireda were mcicv to be ottered to him here. I (faTes for the vacant Postina.crslup

ip& States, that the Cabildo of that place, important femls the road fort.lied to Varna place, has ,surrended which de. shot, and through abandoned ihe bottom her.of our We vessel i. Ihrald.Justice. I 1 of the city of IW York.-The 0(" .1

; nfier the example ot most oft1"1 other I < I he UU" lanl. lure is now no obstacle to : in succeeded .-In our last, we omitteit to notice lice ii a rospertahle one it is tn*:

: towns of Colombia, declared' Bolivar ]k. xtop; the match ot the left wing of the I saving three-fourths of our 't tact, which i is cunuec.tpd vtiih out uOservation > I I but it is not of that characierfhlCh[ _

. : Dictator. Reports had reached Panama UilMSians tow arils V :.rna. ,I crew ; and must have destroyed over on the End ol Ihe Law, which I I: requites a long life of public sprvt<#
1 IGOofihe
} Accounts from Uucluret enemy. innsl give i ciii l .pleasure to UIUSK who '
of the I
hat the Peruvian forces had 1st of I ainl severr discipline to qualify ooefOI .
,q Jut) announce that the Hnssians 1 Our lends to a Ittithful adniinistiatiun of Juv }
advanced' into iho territory of Colom- had he.1 airivtl at Buenos Ayres fill (
gun to bamburd bilibtrm ticp and the execution of the la\vs. 1'hrclcirvourjr I it I f Mr. Mo.xiion or.M ; ?
to winch i iI i amid
t______ place cheeriug of its grateful cit m- U6WUfe Jia't bern adc'rc se-l I i ofliee from his! cc'-ntry, iie; i\crcnfi;

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.' .: .,. ,.,.
'' : : : Rowan Robinson
br proudto i, this'Office. Many of our rTrl.ar.j'f papersstill > I.\o1. 2, E. frl Asa Rodgers 'POU'EN'r
wouldwo are sure
all DIED. ,
: come ditected to the floridian ; Thos. Randlc.
avail itsrlf of )his t alrns! and experience in- JnthM Ci.'y, on the mght nfSunday 28tbSept.
: Pi hli! "rs will plrase (Iii pct papers S.-J. AND the
W. SimontonJolm Swee powenion given tnry'
in some station wore ('ougt'nialtf 'tended for us, to the "GaRelte, IVnsacolj, $ tilt:, Doctor PAvi 1.1PKTTIS, a Native :. 4, 1'- flr'tdayofNoyemberncxttej,1wI

Conneriicut.: recently from ISew Oileans.On Zahcl Rave Thomas Stearns 2, Edward
and studies oflusp.!s>: Floiida.Vmrc'.t.
the pursu'its owned John
Wednesday last.: hr. Oct. imu. 1\1,. Sewell Rebecca Simpson. property by Houyeu
dun the dry diud'ji'ry of a city E"q. on the Ray, and now m the occupancy
life / Fruit Tree.*.-We would cnll tie! FIUSClscn CASTII.iO. of trite Cite of a Pnl-! :. Riche R. Swift 4 Rtetha Swift I
Office. The nation would he of long standm of Mr. James Quin as a troceyStore
povt attention of oar friends to the tact that the iiiunxrv rompraini :

honored, for instance, in briug repre- season for proem"ing Fruits trees and __ __". __h. Jsse Smith 2, George Smith) Albert and Dwelling Hou e-tor terms apply

% ntrd hy him nMr any our of the Plants from the North. is now approaching; Sparrow.T. i to .

t important fo p'tM, P u\Vprs. InsIflIl \V. Hasell Hunt. Agent 'fur Win. Piince, cf ImI 4WVct ,.. I .-P ter Tighe 2, T. Twitchell. I N. H. Allen.

most he the Linncan Bot .nic Ci*'r'
a station as trnt, moreover, Long Island New York, will receive, and o rea {\a.ac ner 2 James Thompson.

might) he ;.hle to render! )iiis country i fcr'iiartiordersfor Tires, Plants, Shrubs, --- - Vines for Vineyards.
U.-i Dauii'l Ur uh&rt. I'
11 1 important servicts.YaLIat.GAZETTE aud Vini of every descripliun. I, is surely ,

_. I of cf -
o -- ,hiendik to procure y oan irr of I .K best Alexander Thomson ; 50 days from Moo- Williams, Joseph WT; lker, Peter'' compn-

: qunlily ; audfiuin \Ii. I'i i lice's ery valunble lego Bay, Jan aic ', in distress, being wi'h- \V allenJ ohn \V oof roW,J ohu Woods, slug the choicest kinds, for

_- -- .' coliiTtion! they can select such as cannot Hut 1)r.vii)1' ; bound to St. Andrews, Benj. F. Wheeler 'j the table, ar 'oftered for sale
= : Benj Wright
fai! to rive rtiisfaction.e refer tu Nea' Ilrunswick.3rd. i will
by the sub criber. and tile terms be
7th 18.l 8.
1'SACOL.OCT05Etl. ,
. ---- an pdvei'tiement in this paper rrspectin; .- Pilot Woat St. John, Henry Wilson .Mr \Vhite f'ad. I made reasonable in propottiou to the

l I'eritf Fans /"cur. Mr Prinrf"? extensive assortment of Giape !; ?k b I ile.1 George Washington J. 51. Washington. quantity ct !ired. The selection of these

Vines ; wtiicn Wt' think well worthy the attention i ENTERED. LF.TTKRS. has been made &nd
: = :- = (244 ) vines most judiciously,

The Foreign w w. in tlii* number of our of Florida Planters. 'I )ct. 6/A-Schr. (lefl. Mick, New wit"' a knowledge of the climates of the

paper will bV omul interesting : 'he last W. If. fl'int will be tl.ar.kftil to recrhe' i Orleans. Cargo, corn for S. A. Carpenter.CLEARED. Leuers not forwarded Postage not different sections of the Union. They
1\1r.l rillc
toY HIP of II'anlil1g10 {, /
;"-;iiI gives nothing Itter.indrr our Comj'ficiHl 1)Ii'pISe have been obtained from every country -
being paid :-Isaac Rdinun ILimi i
of and all the wild
r' ls any comnmn 11"\\.1 4ih. Schr Victoire Caro New ,
hra uti tll'apie i the lalztt pri- Oct. where lie jiHpe flourishes and from every -
ofcotton er of this neighborhood : a small quantity j jufeach Orle 12 000 Bricks E. burgh, Get many ; Mary Ashe, Island i
rft< recd 't'n. :ms ; Cargo by latitude calculated t? meet the object
will br ,acceptable, and '\ ill j jbe Jersey Honlston '
Noriega; ; St.JOhIh' in view. Above 60'K) oi them are tro.a

Our rraders me referred to our fourth Iirz all) ) paid tot in tires, plants.or tines. 6th.--Schr. Elizabeth, Forsyth, New- ,, Newfoundland. t a very high northern latitude, and w.ll be

rr.ge I i.lli "t'f'-k, for our "Foel'icttl" aud '. 'rlcan .: found admirably calculated for the middle:
4. Aimuin'; heads. The ationnl Journal vety SAILED. M PE- ':< names in Jtnlif are ot

important law which has been passed by j persona belougi( to the Unite 31ates5 all. nurtiieiu Slates. One great advantage

the CongM of Mxico, and communicated Oct. fith.-U. S. Tiansport Schr. Flori I. with regard to these vines, that theyare
Hv' nn advertisement of the Po Master, da Edw'd. R ker ,. St. Navy.
to \Jill Government by which the .1 : .1 pB1) via on the spot, ready tor delUery anytime
i: *ill be seen that inland will( heieiin I
Marks. Passengvrs Mrs. Pindar, Madam I in October desired. Those'
prohih lil1 the exportation; of gold and' MAlLAHilANGKAlEXT. ;
>j !I. i'harmed on Ship Iciteis ( New \
nun silver bullion, from that country, i repeal 1 Poll, Col. I). L Clinch, Hol:' rl Mitchell i are particularly i mile J to call and
Oilcans, delivered at llie Pot DiSce iu this
('i1'. ed. The duty on bullion at the mine, p.\ i Esq., Col. (;COI'jf' Walto, ,and Mr. Tardift' FLORIDA MAIL. view them.

--c able to he GOY( nltlt'lIl, i i" oll -rLj1h ; and 3rd. Pilot: Hoal ,St. Juliii.Mnbiir.AHHIVKD Due every Tuesuay at 10 o'clockA. M. I William Prince,

Hon. J. \r. \Vmrr. DC'csalco fcf- to this is added nn "vxtM'n duty, ff sffn per HENCK.1t ff'partssamt' dsiy t' o'clock, P. il.HLAKELhY I41zluclzn

JlltVt'tlllt cent. At a momi-nt when su many of our I Charleston, Sept 13th.-Schr. Scict, MAIl. PrilprirtOT ofh fiolanic Garden
prttsffvmfiotidu Trlll\bls x r ,
fedou citizens have ,Ui'1 ked in Ilinchiiiun. Flushing New F'ori.
t capital ,
: Inclidinjr Mobile
( 11 the _d nil. Ue.uc i.lt im-d that he and the States of Louisiauia -

was received with f'rni.iii-tuiii' us <.t roidi- tl.e ii'imiir ('p
and and ; tjlIJt'rw Mexiio, tlu< relaxation will be icceivedwith For .Jp wud.ula, 6cI'Ah: Sclir. ),tf I 4 tf'cior-k I -- -
o'lty j 1f"JH't' t *.t. .mbitr: \ every ue.sday, at P. M. -

was be -.iYt'li i" i.'n .t tl.' .. Ci.Z 'fl:, <..fTahasie much sa'ti facliol1. Pizu'rv_. aa. ,..I..nnlJn a.tJ.. ._Master.. e._ Deprt3 even' Friday at i past C o'clock, 1'a.OSPECTVS:

en T- '::?i y l.t. A.


Jlef.'I'1,1itt rlilrr1, .-\**." IT.V t rrn if, -.- '- I in t'- Post Office at Pe-- One every Sundav. and \\ t b".da. a! 4 f

('tlf'I'lrn I t'l ii\e the ioiln\viu'<; HC
) our column*. We comply, will.iI :. i Prices of Coiton.Loniltfn I 18-S, winch, if not taken out within every Tu ;gdav and Saturday J'I, E fluenc

,'.."'. mid odd (-.. waim wi-heth.it s 0'eiJck, A. M. I of-the PRESS, unsbackU -
| July 29.--The Cotton market three iinnivhs, will he Kent tu the! {;lIer.tI l itt
I by arbitrary iA
the conunitter mf't'l'i"c that n\\\ \ hid; power universally
ji: '*, is iccfs-R-'irj 10 enable them !o tits neen steady with ie!pt-ct to prices I'ost Oifi -e .t' 1) ';4.11lu'r'i.A. fl:7-l..cttcrs which are not deposited '! felt and acknowledged.' When rightly

* .11)1 appeal l Iqq" thir/ laud"Isle muli .aLi ii t., Jii'd with a fdir demand for expoitaiiuu ; the .-- Lemuel J. AilsulTjJJjaru, one halt hoUr, before the regular conducted, it is one of the stronjj-es* safegiiardg -

It> coniph' with th<.so 4>iij>Hueiii '\lt.< .irces-- buyersor home uiaiiuiactiuu have taken Allen, WilllrftnHiMirv k lien, Charles: timo appointed for tilt of of libeitv and firir-rst sun ov of
i'\:_ (.,:tI.1t t: into, ii, im progress they have very hi tieLiL'upool JI,, tloll Cvtus Alltn' Benjamin the llaiJ0 ill order and Koof.t IIIK! in society Yet
The sales detained until the
Aug 1.- of Coiton in the Itlnlf! uf t he
;i':'CK'V nj.nl'. Adams \. U. Allen. : nnpr nC'piecl. u is often
1 will f Mtjiry rert iv.>! ami i Trended, in our market for the week ending this evening .I' I next Mail ; unless it suits the conc made snt.'r\ .t to the mirpos t f

.J '/::( '\iiXiMlttf j-jr !:uiUIii; "' /cflhtV I amount to 9t0 bags b\ pri\ Mte--A.16JU lltury AUnt: James R. Aicom, A. \ nience of the Post Muster to mail i men, who n ake n( scruple to sacrifice

lip \2tft vfy.n this day by auction including, viz. I JbO P. Asyuith. truth and} honor for
t / irh in r'nsucsitt ; r Sea Islands, at 14 a 18J ; 30 staiiK'dto.. u$ their selfish
"ht 1S1S. .-lleny Bicker, Mr. BrinnJrou ,,- I passions and prejudices or to
to 8d ; 4t>W U.lands| D to 7f and iU a 7i; I O" On Sunday the Post( Office i
.. the
1'LF.clIv ( l>ntt, .J ,'me (Ulft'kt S. Bllrgf : | trample : n clearest interest* of thfc
the C1-"r .the 1.00 Orleans 04 it 8 ; and 40 II yd ; lutv will be for
lotijtn frnin : i kept open one hour after I Community for the take ot personal
1\ lcilOlas II gull Sim tiluril J. BrvMin ag-
Alabama 7d. 4
5J a ;
I iei Mlulis" ?ii-}1' lori it- : 71 00 t the arrival and of the. Mail gn.mlizeinent. Its utility therefore dePt -
from few itulivi'l'MU B) auction this day, ">f 2779 bales b<'a \i:tj.tsIIe Lc liaion 2, I'oter Bell assorting : ; ;
Donation a II nds
I laW and letters will not he delivered m a pent measure on the taler.sami
Islands ofFered, ) -v ete sold IIOIM $ out
7 OU: Mr. Bnuiton Wiihani Bfoun
in (jeorcia. Monsinir | of
integrity those ulo
Donation from thit'c individuals: I j j ji.f to 19k, 9-Jd.avt-raying 14$; 160 do Mained, avclaging j, : 1 itloiijiiie: Daniel! BridtremHti. : of the office at any othei time on that !j jV. high respotsibil'ty conducting, assume it the

IVntacnla. I 7 50 da
shin The demand for Cotton this \eeL I ha 1 I IJtiLli I tt nlir. Nuholus Bi own, Daniel ; ty. From tUt'se considerations, the editor,
Armnint received for 2C 00 1) (K)
s, been model ate; and in Amei.ic<:n, uiciprtl- ;| L. ijtitch, .1. HI inoii.I i j jI \ Haflell Hunt, in presenting I himself to fie cit-ztn of
r' tins 'I
: 10-4 50 | J Iv cllllliut to tile 01111111,11 1.ot'III\| \ t.l I i iitutid liirc/i/nttrc, Robert IlurwcA POST OFFICE, Post Master.Penaacol erntoryj for their patror.apnnd
and Ala. whicl. lo> I I Miuport, deems thltt they hiiea right toi
Uplands. Orhans, arc v-
l-t October. j itJNew > >
Txp, : IED. tiamucl :-, >- ::3.
Itt and oJl roateii- I er, hut not to iht extent of Jd per I In. The Jiarrington 3, John ., xpect a dUcloMire of:he views ai.d prin-
Tor LII III r r
bettei sorts are of heavy sa'e! and l lower I. /. urns, Thnmas 31J\ran Ituchanan, I II Orleans Leuei ,'IIt"t4"y which he will be Kocinvd.HdncHteo !.
aN! and loi v'Ou:l. duuc on IheChurcli. I feiiip ,.
104 15 pril'cs i accepted. The alt lhhtllCc ai i..i: I'III''I hunt., jUt oh iialdwin., James }I In cornphaiite nitn instrnctiotts t'loin \ Iii the pnncip.es of the Jef-

pu& li( sale uf colton To-day was very mi.ill i ( ersonun school, thejlld .II( lit ot nmtur*
-- *> llflughan, l'/nlf/t l.trry, Jlenrif the P'SI1illiler (jtneinl, l :iteis !
the oI1(If'Ulid coming ei tars has only confirmed him
considering quantity |I'lt.\ ) in thetJictor
Pv. j tJ. i\rii Joint t.uin ,,iNi-w Orleans Ve.ssel u.ll :
Derry, Lloyd I'njtti, by u.s af..l1
ed n.uch beyond I Ii.' wants of Uu- II all''e. ; 0 their moral and poitt.cal Correct
.1lllI ifltt'Ii1!? jn.il wovl*. c4.fle I / humus }. 2. ( jS.lila/cc 2. witu land postage. llintitf-, will lit chiar- .
Purr haser* -xhitited an uiitiiaJ degieu IIf J .aUlllt :urge i iClJIItl'IJ" i-tss" For :* nocl rate aud judicious ta-
'G ;;
liic C'liiiu ii.
(Hi : ed for the diaiauce v.Iiitn .nictlir -
apathy, and the lots which n CI e MJIeui ( '.- at Key \\ estS t, In.I they .c riti, !he is a decided advocate ; hut the
Jlr- C. Han'} tor ou he (2hwch. 188 80 i at a if-duclion of fully & obtained at the pale on the l.SibJune. : i I iid and
pr tnijust impolitic
--- .' ro, Jamfs; I uk In-f'JlIa| Clay, \. lire at the bame tale as ii'they had c ,nieover I Every ciea
The stained diU not appear to be therefore consistent ir
Total Amount dnr 8i, i tOm miles land, with the attdt- "re. the cbl-
as by
M.irimo Cubas \\ lllam ; many
wanted, and the decline on Inchi is n< I an t'll'Ii vi'i
fiicr.dn will s.e, It y the foregoiuff ac- huh oft'o cents, paid tu ttit CtipM'.i-. i be
lb. Tlie stock Cotton in this ( ( \\ I lJif1111
r' uiit. tt'Ht tht1 hitil :'imj Comm'iltef i'21'o a penny pet i oun, jieoigH Clu'pinan, j JVlaatcrd or Cominundeis ol"V.M .JJ aterequMfd _ported to ootaiii r.* rt p.cr ns.Hiifi-

twulinland eighty-fire dollars in debt, br putt Jl'slerd.IJHIS estimated by the l 1,111-1 Ctuiwiiv, S. A. C.iiptnuT, P etei( : to ilelivet ill lelteis at the 1'i.M '. thl1.
Jsers 369.800 ba O.i the
the Cliuich ; b >iUth t lie iiinoiintvhich s Co\vhM} Joshua 'uuklin, Tboinas Oltu e, utidcr the putalty fixed by die 19th "Our country, our 'i"e country, and
1827 it jROl) llO and ou the 1st Janim-
will sh'/rtly_ he cet Ic.r'i.o Lot (which the j was Oiitnin ns Thomas f CMIIIIUS Henry bee. of time Post Office Law All Ictteis .iiiihing but our couiitn will be hU raot-
ry I Iri-t, 342 7.(1.ha R The stock of A- ,
Church rtn. )ds. which elate to any ,pait ol'tlm cargo, wili '0, nut as aji adopted citizen of the southhe
iptiuiib in e&2iiuate.l at Jli.UOba ( ; Cuons Samiul; CuSlin i iAkiufidir
inuiic Y. :Foitila I be delivered/reco//'o./ tIC: fact of their wilt ever be found the roost
C ? lflgC; among
nn ili/l s, again2b'3,0 on thefllatJulv 1S27.Jiaitiinore Cinzton 5 _Miff '!
relating to the caigo will "be judged of by sincere and uiuent upputter of its rights

Isanc liming.i 5 Cilhiiit1tC.Cciubi Sept. 13.Vnginia. pi-r Ib. Coulter 3, A. S. ( :amplfll, Terrell ;; the Pout Muter by the exteinal appraiance uiul interests.Unpledged. .
10 ; t pl ftld, fair quality, 111) a 11 ; l.uUi.inn -
1 3FI. le'S Cruishuw Frederick Chatard !\ of the Leitei, or from lle fact bcmj and itricnnnected with
t 12 it 13 ; N ( ti olina. per lb. Wa 11. any
1- .. pruweu to his SHtislactioa.S ; arty, his sentiments will be fearlessly) and
1r Attr Fo/A1, btpt. 13. .-Import tiotn tlie 6t.h Theodore J. CahillVilllum C
-rrcclion.AVtM Pb"l'1 the Norfolk : \ llascll Hunt I viiuhjty avowed, and the meeH of praIse
to she 13th instant, from IS'oith Caiouua, Chujtlin.D. ,
pnper, nu rxtu11! from "a Irlrer n-rrivcd I l be impamally awnvded to such of
332 South Carolina 5(); Gtuigia, 374, t-- Put Master.
from Ji I tSp; ( tJHliIogi-ntienJHu ill Kas Florida I this .-1C(ben Dorr 2, George Dt'an, i-r public officers, as have deserved well
Id l 74n 'sales. The transactions in article
," whirsi say* : about TiiiMii.is Douglass; Henry AI. Dov- u' their fellow citizens.
for the week amount to
pact 1'-iisao.la 5th Oi'tobcr 1828.
"If the question ofth I'lOfidont wrp left : His crlumns will; nil! '
eli J Dontort Jonathan Uo..rUi".IlI at time he
) ,
IbOObales.couhistinpof KKTOb.iIohUpl.inds, open
to the of this ( f the it Extract from tIle 1'vst Ojfice Law.
people pan
rountiy. for tic d'stuastun of
at 9 11 lo Hi cents, chiefly 10} and lO cts. A C. Downs 2, F. L. D..do. measures ana r.rinci-
Moultand) a? on it lu tru--ihe trn in faTor : iPnit Section }\).) but will be
400 bales Alabama, at 10a.ll ; and 300 pies ; they never syficir"d to
of the .tiuiiiHs1 rat icii. To prove the I Jogil1.. Davis, Thomas i J4ihy. No stage or other vchii le, hich regnlr.i- btco\TI' f hr !
bales Tenncsseeii and Orleansat 10 lo ll I. lLt1 .rei a eistma come .and
fart. 1 mil srncf that Mr. S.inchoE. who i E.-J Edojloy or A. 1*. :HiUP- I> pei forms tnj)* on a Poht-foad, or on a .
taken by shippers,&. a few mall parcels fine .hll t' tia' .t ;r.liny '-t rrehngand bit-
was the Admiimiiation Candiditi, got 121 i iotfs load alid to ii.sliail letters ; II.M
Uplands, Alabama, hud Oileans, for home son, Henry Ettin, pal convey !r-flll'S. C,' -.i '\ sj,i.ihu uafn'olabl. to
" and the Jackson 'anculatc" shall hi-at, 01 other ves".I l
pot only any packet ,.
; use, at ll la 12J CIs.'f' c 'iitini! our F Patrick Frell, Patrick Fieil, tl nt\'( j.viioii IJ t tL.ih. v..icr con.t'mn -
11 tott. This ihrivi the i.'i.sc cf isait: ; tit which regularly plies on fi water declarfd
I range of pike., Upland*, Ib 9 a 14, l'tf'W Ellen Foster Thomas Firih David liuliacrui.-iDa" t I h t.c acts ami i.t.fl-
Post such relap
mil Iit \\ couniry. to he a road, except as Jo
Orleans. 10a J TeuieSM-i-, a n ; limeiitsof those pou'ic.iily opposed willIe
How ruiicnluub! to talk of -the Adir.i- ; C. Frenrh.John some part of the ('h4ga. Fur the violation ,
Alabama 9 a I t. excluded from tins! In fine
liisttion; Csitjdidatc," iind ''I hc' Jackson Wisher Alexander O. Fotohr. of this provision t tkC (.WIIC' of the canmgror paper. it
13th. little 'fit r's
." Philadelphia. Sept Vry .s tuit mten'.ion to conduct inefeii'eut -
Cllt1lIid:" for the ofiicn of Legislativeunn other vehicle, or vtssshall!, !l incur tin-
doing in this al tide : the Sitl1 IJilYt"Cf .[ .nu* impartial[ journal, and to
( .!lor, in a Ten itory which has no penalty of fifty dollats. 3U- 3t

voter 1 o no tnfluenrr in th. JPri sidentialelrclion in Iimal1luU'cf'ls, and amount to 205 bales G.-Timothy Oridloy 2, Anth'y I'hnt tht press fo! its legitimate pur.

Alabama at 1 lf, 6 months ; 60 do. North 1-\\r\ ,.,. t"s, u-icot.tH 'HO et> by sict.onal ftilio.
L "t eTpiy individual 1 have his Glass, J. J. Greening, Swean Gillis, rre.n\\\ () l\r. I -
Carolina alII ll 4 months and .. .
oun opinion on Iliis! sn'iject' and expressit a ; a James Gadsd L '1' ",'a 1". rcjLu.it" ..0.I .
William Gales
small 1 Georgia all tit 4 months : WESTEKV Disrucr ; : :. ; -. demoted
frei\ and feaile&Mj: ; hut do not itllow I it I' : a. HI !>e to the
Sept. 16thN. Oi leans, lb. 11 a 13 : Monsieur Gnillemard, Henry De Jacks Court. I i tfic Lx ',
fo diitract our attention fiom stihjectgInoie Superior :( ;-i.:; !)l':1tI{" o ( ar. to lite.arv,
Upland, 1U.J a Iii; Tennessee, lOalU Oliver Glhson.H. I '. "
; u..i I'ur..III;
impol taut to our 'IVriiiury ; to fill Grandpie, John Smith, C ,1' 1.- 'C'L I v sri u itig ce.

our Lffriatn! '.' with t polltirnl I w ranklingor I Alabama, 10 a 11 14. .-\V III. Hall 2, Poll Hdll.Tno- vs. l11jJtwnanll Jn Information, rtLtitt tc die situation *ndpropecis

with electioneering: ar.icle.s of Saraiinah! Sept 20.-In this article there c ot our leinto.y! and the nature
our p.ipets Samuel ilambluton.Gauge H Onetl & Chanr'
Hughes nrv
is but little doing the mas ( ,'
no a\hil to those whom uc would wish to as yet ; principal part .J and culture of its Mill, will be obtained
ol the J7.' 2 Robertliazft'harst Jesse )1'.lt es. rmrImrl
new crop ha.s been shipped ic.istwjsr i Hoffman '
nosiot. and caculni! to ariay n<,riii:1 I ro-n sources that can he relieuon. Punctuality -

Florida, that Ian wliuui wo would oppose and owing lit the| |low stAt(, Oj tIi,. I'l'r but 3, Juhn'ay wood, John J5 1 Appearing to the Court that tiie De- t so destrable :? s frork of this kind

little ofihc new ClOp ht made ilc npptar-I I i. ftnuant, Jf.vHee Moses, resides out of
Jlall, Edward Muyd Handy.l.JanM's *nl be scvflpnloujty ntented to, and assurance
ance from Augusta. vvheio we N-.im it is this Listrict, and ha- not answered the
The fact, so far as we cnnjud fror. th! I Innerariiy: 2. is t;vel) that ntIflrt uiU be

pappis, is, that! Air. Sanchez was elected inKasi I coining in \Pry plentifully. 1 hl' small S. Hill Complaint in tl'is cause. I m.ide to deserve tnat ucces, which mii:t
quantity which JUtS been brought i ill hie by J.- Edmund Jones, Joseph It is tlerd"I't" ordered that unless he doappeap
: Florida withuut I.iou. Mrf fii.aii
ol'fH'1 I I ) ,. pellet, in a jr: i at measure, on tcini'.Uiuenuc
i.uld, the other Candidate, nko! in favor -aons. :s held at from 10/J jo II cents ; Johnston( } Matthew I Johnson, Mr. Jer- ,ere on nr before 1If!I first Monday I and pairtsn: j;- .)f the pu ltc.

but iS ) et thrte liis not been a FnftiriencytOMltiact William Jackson Jamt'6 Johnson ot }'cbrtiuy next and the Cornplaiulaut'5
( f the Adrninistrnlion, having declined plt I rison, answer TERJJS.
the! ttlCTution of put chasm is. Sea I1I 1. the wiTi i taken
he tor
,ious to the day election Lcverd M. J.tmes. same:
t hlaiiils continue nominal The Floridian will; ne piibii hed weelcl -
\Ve too might give iigns, on both sides confessed iguiiHt h'i:: ; an.! the utters
Churltslon. kept. 22.-There have bc"n George Jackson. l on a Super Koyal Ia-d, ar g3 50 in
thereof decreed !
of the but we view it a! worse aciorihiiiyAmi
question ; no Ira usa'hulls in Long S'zijil"' Cotton K.-J ohl M. Kin! 2, John King, it .:dv tnc(>. b* paunent \. .It. sx: months,'
than useless to agitate this i subject in is'turther: 'rl1 .rt'd that a copy of
worth notice. In tLe bitsiu I and 50 .. deb ed till the
Uplands s James Kenneday.. .j4 payments )
1 lorida. K'lIg'ul'pVilIi U this Order be published in sonic1 public
continues limited. We old at 9 10 i the
quote a eud 01 ytr.
L. Lewright Elizabeth Newspaper ot thi District for iouri I
-Benjamin :
a few saletrtvcre I made at JOn 10tr good
Capt BOOTH of the U. S. ?!.ip Lexing- I Love J. De La Una James A. Law- I months iicctssiv' -lv! OIC'- wttk.K. v\ illiam V. ilson.
10 prime. Seveial small lots of tlie new .
ton, whose dea'!' we mentioned it: our last, -- Tall.hsee, b<' .u ...,>i r *.M.: :;""'.'8.I .
sod! the moek at 10 I1 M. Erackenrid :
did "after n lingering illneR of sevoia! ClOp were during $ a renre, 1far1y.lViilian I ,

11 cts. n-e thtMcfore quote it at these rates. i{:. Lattimcf 3 Wittiart I
iaonth which teuninated in conminptiun THOMAS HALTZZLL Judge. :
_' I i fCs/cr/i District oft id a,
flf the lungs" His remains were interiedhi -.-- Levering 2, William J}. Lync. 6'j/. fur Comprt
thr Yard Gibraltar Dr. Chailes Von Mayerly, in Germany, I Jackson Superior Court.
Church at
Epit-cupalian I M.-R. O. Maryci Martin Marsh September 17th. 1828-S9-lbt.

with distinguished funeral lilts, by the hns lately invented a pair of hoots, maletlfblo I Willara T. Kilbee, C ;/,/'; .
B'-oth } k tin and surrounded with a h<.iow Andrew Mitchell Charles MlfHin; Western District f-'loridft- I
: of
MilitHiy ol that Garrison. "dipt j jas v'I. I

I left a widow and five children. One of 1 1is body, with the assistance of which he can Thomas Moore, ,Mariano1< Jackson Superior Court 5 ,I 1Iicbad; U. Allen 5tcu. ) 111

: in the pass over the most rapid river. He has Ferdinand Juan Moreno .n,et1.
home Morinu
sons and servant came I Terr Axioms and Ilueh j jItobmsoi
William )
-lately exhibited his contrivance at Pest T. K.b! ecumPlt .
Bingnam" board whi .h Cnpl.
(theShip on Edward Macomh.William : &.C. Dcfcndantt.)
B. died lived Philadel at which place le: walked upwards of !] vs. V.//I Chancery.Antoine .
which has at at
})hiZL') "Dr.; Page and Midshipmen Sum- 500 fathoms the river Danube, where iris Mitchell 2, Richard A. Pliilibert! Deft. J. : t'l appearing t I the Court, that the'De-

tnets were also ) in the same vessel. very rapid and deep in the presence of aI Monroe 2, J. F. Miller Charles Mc appearing to the Court that th. tie ter.dams, '7tTTy Atlo:.", Richard" C. A).

.' pasfengeis number of 4 Imdant Pliilibert I Ilt"n and Itnueo Lewis, ale not residents
I. I great persons. Donnell. resides out of this
1-- I of tip D.s.rict, and they having failed
# N.-Clcment Nicolai Henry A. District, and has not answered the bill ol l
the bill complaint in thiatause.It .
The Floridian.-ln our talt we mentioned NOTICE. complaint filed in this camse.
Nnnes. I is therefore ordered that unless! the
the rumor that a Fifth Paper *ns to l heitatulished It i' therefore ordered, hat unless the

: in Florida :-we now publish's THIS public property advertised for j William h-augle, Lloyd B': Newell sud defendant! appear here, on or before said Defendants j-ppear here on or before

on the 1st November, at Key I the first Mo.'day ot February next, and
Fios Talla. 2. first of
,ectut ; it is to be- issued at the Monday February ru-xt, k answer -
'aweethe Vet postponed until further notice. I I answer the Cuniplauia..i8 bi.l herein, the
: hecalledijie
Sent Government and to 0.-Joseph O'Connor, Joseph the complainant's )iJI herein the
The East Florida Herald, Augustine, I I same will he tlik r. fur cunte&ged ng.innt
florilliian."e have heard the' name will be taken for confessed ag lII.<.t

tditol' (fiinralv) !]>okeii of, and we prr- and the Florida Advocate, Tallahassee, 0 N e ii. him and the matters thereof decreed accordingly. the m ; and the matters thereot decreed

umr ho will receive hill share of the little I will pleaRe ir.hert the above notice once, P.-Peter G. Prilchett or Benjamin ;I criirwuity I

pstronng-p which our Territory affords to and discontinue the adverti ement of the Gainer, WilKam Pinkney 3, I And il is further ordered that a copyof And it is iurther ordered that a ropy

he Press.-If ably edited we are inclined property. I II I Franklin Parker, John Page i this order be published in some publicneuspuper of ths Order be published in sone publicNeKI8pcr

to think the (oration of tfce Floridian will i of thin U'strirt.for tour months
.ximcvwDO Robert Polltjigcr 4, George Peel 2. I of tins District for four months

ensure it more support than tne papers of bncccssIvel J) once a week. bucCeim'141y, once a we.-k.II. .

iilirr exticniity of Flt.rid. receive ; never hereby constitute and appoint. Q.-James Quin.

'Mess the Public will be more benefited I ('apt. MlVmpper: my lawful agent, to R.-Lcwis Knizcl, Nancy; Roberts, H. !\l. Brackenridge, M. Brackenridgc, ,

'hat the ruhlUhrrs. transact all Hu mcss of what kind soever, Sainuf! Riddle, William Roberts. i ThoMAs UALTZKLL, Jildgc. TtfOMA$ BALTZKLL Judgt.

It willbeiccollecledthnt "The Flondi- for me, in the Territory ol Florida. John K. Reanty, William Russell Sot far Compft.September Sot for Conpl't.

an"ni.was PC11P8Crla the title,of which the first na*paper hsued publishfd from. I 29 -4t. lV m. Baructt. :2, Win. 1"'. Rvsscli, Jamrt 11. Irtb, tS.- 29-18t. tember17tb., 181JJ.-29-181..ntinn .

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Madeira Wines Cordials Fle.

:-.:.. "Now sir, comply with the terms ; NOTICE, Schr., Orleans from 'Pl'PS.'L%

; JI < I the next Term RECEIVED per For carrying the Jlailt
a at
OAlL fifty cents a sight. I Is hereby given Ihllt, I shall ted of/u _
Slates ll.
"Indeed 'Vcl1, there." (Gives oftht' 'cambia: County n UIJOn 10 cases superior Old London Particular un* Ihefollowig _
for of will be
apply Jettel
im the de- Madeira inc. atA
) Jun'r.
L'c "Stay muncy.sir take back tweniy-five( the Lltate of leloUd J. AIiton 1ttsed. 0 Old Port Wine. Post Office, until the 25/JL d

i: half price." ceentschildren M. *4rupper. 10 Cherry Brandy, Superior. vcmber next. inclusive tfz ofS 8...
20 *' Cordials, first quality assorted in

tI..' "Again why you show no mercy" Fensacola8th September 1828-26-St.RESFTHEfi the :cases 1 dot. each. I" Florida.

I to one wUo is anxious (serve you. 10 Wine Bitters. 150 From Fallaba.caseeto I

"To serve me ? Then unite your 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. onoea week, 22 miles Q*. lQ.1J.

..... .f.' fortune with mine. Every wild beast CANTONMENT BHOOKE FLOItIDA 1 3 Barrels Cherry Bounce. leave Tallahassee On TueJda

, J From the Winchester Gnztllt. that is exhibited in this city is accompanied August 1st.r 1828,5 6 Half Ubh. Anniseed, Peppermint M. and 2rric at St. Mark by Il at S l

HUMAN LIFE. tj WILL receive Proposals, till the 3Ist and Cinnamon Cordials. Leave same every !.II.

j with a monkey"The I I October ensuing. to liiriiibh tne For Sale byK. and arrive a.t Tallaha5ee Tuesday t I p.1
Life has a thousand charms, stranger finding the poet "too that by 7 (.
of the United States Army, 151. From Pt-imco
.l A thousand dreams" of hi! ?-) ; II. Nisbct. to C'1.I
mch for him the Cantonment
as pugillists say, stationed at A la in
*N are, or may be, once two weeks :
Hope friendship love, bosom
thy Pt'nQicnla Dec 20. 182 .
:g_. A gleam of mercy tliis! ; and perceiving that he was no more E Bruoko. nitli Leave Pensacola! evrrv other [I '

But.soon thnt sun-lit hour is past, deficient I in fci-ling tlmn in wit and talents .FRESH JiEBK, .f'f)1.. Jll i iCI.lL HOTEL. 9 A.' M .II1t arrive at Co\'illgtoD ht

r And hope flies from the blast. l his for d 'y at 6 P M. on tlea,
shivering having
begged pardon 18 '9, to include .
from the: 1st day o: January fan HI 5 House, lately occupied by Maj'r.Jl Ltavf Covihgton

I4j5k. so rudely intruded on his meditations, the 31t: day ..If I> 'C rnnuT. Ib 29. THOMAS WRIGHT, was opened on day at 6 A. M. and every ether W WB.
Life has a thousand His! ,- and was when the returned will to !I'. tit-liter. the Subscriber : arrive at P .
retiring, poet the Beet be required tne 1 til lh of February by "hursdny at 6 P. M cnacoJ J 5 _
A thousand anxious fears ; the rest of his money, and taking e Itt) the Troops in two duys in c. ch week who lespectfully solicits a share ofthe Patronage 152 From ALchua ,

Clouds gather on the sur.ny hills, (the days to be desigr.aU-u) i.. huch qutu- of the Public. All, which the localities court hew
ti: And doubts dissolve in team ; l him by the hand, assured him, lack Creek Jacksonville .,
shall be required toy th ir u-u 111:0.: afford shall De studiously provided ,once
tity as ,
B nt thr,' the that Lrar"* Alachua a"
t: hnl'.f"| comes smiling storm- as impudtMireand ignorance are: court house
each And I deem i. ncce-arv to i C andetory attention devoted to the quiet and '
i: A rfuuuow round her angle form, always united he could on day. xiay i at 6 A.I.: and arrive }
very safely apprise[ those who may choose to oHf comfort of those no will favour the House at JackSo
nn't"dll' sdav IlYiUe
pardim: his presumption, to contract for the supplY, that the Heel a with a iefrranfe. noon

Life! has a thousand joys, N. Y. Spectator. will be required to be ofthe best which excellent) Billiard Table attached to Leave. same every Sunday, atrrv. noot
Youth foudly drp.iuis forrvrr ; :. - the market can afford, aiul particular attention H the fstatjh-dinieni. occupying a separate' court house ont 11
draws .. :
But tfhd --- --- ---- 6 P. M.
a- -
night on-youth droops -- : : : : must had to the butchering tnere- building will conii'buteto amusement.with- by ondiy15J.

tM : sigh COTTON f, as a rigid inspection of it will always, -interfering with the good order and From St. Johnstown, or Bluff
\Vill ttJrn-.nh WEIGHINGb
day. never made qaiet of the HOUM-, and private parlies can' rt. Augustine, once in two wek ,10
Swift as a h. .' th. Ugh' bieak* the gloom, AT TilE BASIX, .. e Leave St. Johnstown
with distiuci
t'er:. ns offering to contract will make be always accommodated a every other.
And Gladness smiles ou row's oinb.r TUB SoBstmutR, has :,,d arriveat St.
their sealed and dircctcd sitting room. Augustine00j0:
Proposals in writing,
? I'f'n regular!) appointedthe i 6 P.101. 1| _
r... i to me at this p'ace' b' 'MHJ ther There i h ou the premises, one of the best J
'Ti but a chan c at host, Stables in the where Horses shall b< Leave same
place other
bid fur iiicl.tir 11 every
te in
per pound, a s'niple Tuesday
ij Upon life's shire Weigher of Jottnn. n &
1 busy .\ will furnish, and they shall be informed s strictly attended to. A. M. and arrive a' St Johnstown
A little toil, n littlt rest. landed at the Basin, Neic-Or'.tnns --.
j, of te: acceptance jjf their Proposals ____
And all the cares ate o'er. 'rom the first of October next ; <* which : JOHNGAIiNIKR.f .
; either letter from, or on personal NO'JES.
Than by
sealed, immutable, state- _
thy h e hereby notifies the Planters au Merchants *
Fixed- n irrevocable fate of application: to, me at Cantomient Brook 'S R.. T$1 **?. 1 The Post Master General may ,

Florida.J. .;n the day above iiteitRite (.1. S Board per Month, ; ":t dite the Mni Is and alter the times for : _

,I. 't"\\ It is a dream !-But knowDeath's \\ Binge John Page, Lt. & Day Boarders, 20 val and departure at any time dunr-ft? i ___
Pensacola 14th 1S-4S-t. Dinner 7.'\ continuance of
.t Sept. contract !
-ft cold hand breaks that slumber Asft.! (.;oiii. of /,'ul,. Breakfast ad by P&ying. 'u
;ti1t or Supper 37 quate compensation for
'1 ml! ; ? 'cisi: .: 1'f :\ote-N() Proposals will be received Horses per day 1 iio that maY be any extra tt _
. And who shall toll, if Miss or woe J\.r \ :tt pcn-je occasioned therein
.. : after the 31si of October 1828. 20 .
: 4 .. 3ANAWAY \ / per ni'tf.th
''' .II' Those countless nnments number! ? ; 2. Seven minutes shall be

" t t::: :' It is beyond an angel's ken I ) from the Subscriber o -- -_ 23lit. ---_ Pensacola. February 20th, 1823 -45 If opening and Closing the Mail at allowed alleges fa -

C'. ':' To pierce the veil that rises then I-t. the 16th ins:1 N..:!ro tr.'in, msmcd Tnmsylvania} University.MEDICAL UG:.l't \\0ltB. u-i'ere no particular time is sp cified.

DEPARTMENT.[ 3 For every fifteen minutes
:, ,' t11; Life is a narrow sen, r '1 II E subscriber has lor sale! a few pair after ihe time delay' marriving _
1J TOMr tdE 'kciccA' Lectures *ill commence.HS MH prescribed
I But wh> irs hiiuruls may trll1r. ? ..J. : Sugar Unilcrs. as a sample from tim t- contract the m
about !' { usual, oi tHe lt Monday o' Nov contractor shall forfeit
I ,I Its vi'-wless! tip.. <;- t.tf'"il-, inunfaciory und be
supply inv quantity
h llars
and if
,, t pY of age, \\i&. a car on his upper mner and lerrpinate on the 1st Saturdayor > ; the delay continue cnlii
,: li" flniit-ti"avn or hell : ,> order. F H NiSP.ET.tv he
:' .' lip, and has lost two t March. departure of any pending mail
o ,
A = whcr
: JulI1'-a IhlfOt'UIou it hang -- -.ol flc ('. 7 K IK07-"ft- -tf. _
) BtYlAMtsGV. DT/DLET, M. D. on Ana by u trip is lost, a forfeiture
: Uuultered bliss-exhaustless ping 1 his up, --r front tfett;. _
di I-' Five Dollars Kexvaid ',,flu and fitfg&'yCHARLLS LAIND AtiNc : amount allowed for carrying the maio(

: CALDWKLL: M. D. on Institutes trip, shall incurred, unless it shall
." 'Th thine ;- but rntimenfs pnst, will I l be j paid 'or his j.preheii-son! : if taken and C.inicii J'-ftciice. 'fflllK subticrtbt-rs! have opened an of -nackto4ppeartlthe delay be _____
tt.V1..'r ? i. rice for the and sale wu OCQ.
frplnYt'r! nor irats recall! purchase c
near this t'ity or Ten Dollars if f'-juiv- Ji.itv E. si'ine l unavoidable
I COOKJC VI D. on and oj accident
"i!!; ;t E ','n u liil* iliuti I f'.Jti.- t. li'-ht < or further, fro-ii ( /'ructice the of
. : Pensacola[; uflledjzie. amount pay for a
S5i ii:1 Tttn ncii-it'less ft..1t,'p j !* fill ; uerly occupied by Col Perrault, at the trip wilt be _
; "b Francisco Moreno. \VM. II. idc .ftui'iN, M. 0. en Obst* forfeited. These foileitures' it will
:' A'r life's gold -n !ianl!<: lie tiirs, ,-.uth west corner of the public -. bet _
t' t S trics und Jjissuxts ul il'omen awl Chutien squart.nere ': ) cl'\t'd, are unconditional
:' rwt: !"" His path serene MS evening skies.! Pens ('.! a. 22r.d Sept 1828-J8: -3t. persons desirous to accomplish e-- except f Q r
.'1"\i (..HIKLR.S W H .KI-. :.l. U. on + J..dtr.u the fai-uie ofa tii;>, by unavoidable ace'.

!'F}.. Hptlth bask: the hruw..k. \ Mtilica and ..I't'dlculJJtlJI.J.. her. purchase l lo ieavu or sales their of'real estate, are lien the penalty may b- reduced to the
. .. upon ,- ates oi "e. qll\'stt'.i cormiMinls.
.1 ,'. : .A' \ iiLYr.it, t>. Chemistry cii Lid I pay of one trip. 1 baton. no condition
'o.11lIoI. But '
:!'It : U.-t" ; ii I I \'ll"1I1I iiI' ; A loujj residence! in the Territory 0:
1.JII ::,.1t.I SOLVED. Th-it the '. i'/Ult 111.1 ct/ this sum, or the other
'rJ. < 1['. Soon thou inns! Ii. ,'S they! iio now, fnllowingAn. Klon.Ia, has enabled the suUscribers! fj penalties stated, to
; '. ; I And otheis ::.i/.t' ;i thee.Vhesi OF \\ J1A1LFAUE nil Goods ladt.''1 Oil \..Ifiif.ed E.h i'oIrs.ji lectures daii> S'*fJb.th" Become intimately with be remitted.
acquainted near-1
;: ; ...'Nj \ life ai1 t ho) f' p'.yisions seem from th Wharf: and! ouVsseK! '\cqHtd. l I' ," Tnt( to tile :\1.1\.1111. all the individual claims 4 Persons making proposals
lanj are
' to rfr
y tim
in Is
t,1i r.sii': To lit : ui-f hereby established to take Hl'rt a aul! IJrp; d.1 cit )Kro.l' i $ J eaCh ot
.. thfin 8S bhr! as once thy dream. ; u : ; li. trict as well as to their titlcfe loc. tiuI" I q-ieated to state their prices by the
.1 ". yeir.
"'h' .. lie first day of Sep'eitbcr. A. IJ 18.M I : otlievs v)15! ; M'tir.culu'-cM, with the i i Those \(, Ito contract will receive
:= and relative
value. tbeirpaj
; '1.I'jlltltoM, AHllhe in-
flit( nat -tll former Hatt-,. and : I". 'JJ tiie Li-irary :;5 iiuaiiuii I
:, -:: From out lifVs: uxe-wnMThM bower, a l.g'lItatrl' ; tne Ur :1t".Sill appl'cutions made, for infornia : quarterl-in the months of MayAuguiNovembtr.anl ,
K-, aial tdey are therehv rt peuled.iz I'v.. is. a s j )'IC r, M. I D. Ilum :
.rOS TIUMI fisiencsi i!' for ii Is :- : FeBruarj
gii f .. one month after
1 ot
1. ., .l..t L' ion. urn t-\er\ p Irt the United SlateKir" :
\;.......:;.'t..:.;''.,1 All! i is h' igI'--j. xutiiii. hour, 1. Merciiit'idizein P.I:"IC- .i _Vl>>i'-''-'--, (1'l. ---> .* --J. ib'_h .-. especially, respecting sug.ir estates.s I the expiration uf each quarter.

. ... .I-'; .; On sky. nda.. and eailh ; 4)t's) (commonly called Medical t '. induced them to belie> e, that an cs'ilishment 5. No other than a free white
. .):;i'.b.ui.i But .t.11 :"nese: c1r.'th.! .\\il. Hit eloom I niensure'.nent 'lolls) a>id t'oilegeOF of I hall penca
: ( tlni kind, could be render i employed to carry the mail.
i' all (jonils,
net htretpnu
t.I Tiv bt'4m
; 4 can pierce-a less toiufj.
:;. ray el usetui to the public. 6. Where the
: ineruted fur five proposer intends to convey \
"...;t., .fj. .: ml, ic f tt.el; every 4 I..I l\\1 1'1 CAtLUYIA1N..1.a \orders\ directed to them, for ccpie, the mail in the body of a stage cirri 4
.: Oh where thy *niiit.Friends i \ i1'n S. ,
"' \1.,. ,. \''Ili ? .-,urvi-\s, nups or pl lflS. a& well as othei he i is
I : de&iitd
. i'i.id th\ Couch are 2. E\ erycjt fVk o" Uarrel, .ri'iti course <>M 1 k i.tr I..,ii ige to state it in his projxvsals
.a\ wepinjr.Boine
'S;;"";' '!ii' on an it. r..l 1"'. 1'11Inl tiin of any description, 4 JL I lii-.fitntioi, :, willcO'iimeiice I on the sc: u:'.TiiiATion, on the above :subject, will bturiiisiiicd ; and the stage must be of'sufficient

rr; i Fr'-m wln-r,' trmt dust i iDcatn slt't'pill l :3. MHI| Pipe or half '.II11d M
.. .'..h'"'-.',"
".o '''i': 4. 'b Pipe or Ilogsh a-1 BI.OOK, M. I). .I .iuguatine, will receive due atteh lOn. 7.
. .. .p.nefind 16 Every proposer may cfFet n hi. bUo
::!r:: '\ f .. ;on& their pardwn, or icprntancei 5. Hale of Cotion or On *'i ge-y. -llv .h.("'M HAMSVT M. 1). JOHN LEE \VJL1AMS, ; make an> tniptovement in the Iranir.ortation .

.' '";..;..I-..;: U:4y: 6j (}, itbs-etrics and j'b'' aSt'8 of Women WILLIAM 11. I l\l1ONS, ofthe mail, from the terms JlIi -

;:...... ____.__ ... .... .._..... .. ind (Childrell-B FRANCIS :
0. ] Tuotut FAT10.ie
1 J..t.. .t.'M -_1____-_--. '-__ .__ __ _.-__ nuselofS.iltCornv: : i \ .ted, either as to the mode of transport

If,".. :' .: : 4 1r1Tc4 ,. -.r'., or other article! ii'. bulk, .1. J 1) c. 27th, 1827--4t-tf .rgit, the speed required, or the fie' mnv -
: :'
'",. ;[.h'" l..1 i /l\iJ. sold by measure, I ct O-i Institutes and Practice of .Mf dicingUy r References; .i of the trips) per week-whith stall

f. lUlZ- : = 7. Ton of Iron, Steel, :-' AMt L JK.\KT lif-KS..y .'! LI.watry Col. Jos. M. \\ hite, rt-ceive due consideration.

:&mVJ ; Ur1; .Ri-JdTtet'-A. -,7.: ,,n 1 or Lea.1, $l (II') (/1, C/H" and PIr'macy.-By F.DVKVBL ldegate Troii Florida: The number ofthe route sJ.all be

."' 'I ;Vtf&&s: '$; poet, v.ho has wniliMi .soe of the best I j''S .TIewed or sawed Tim- :t\) H.\ :, M. I) Mr. Henry S. Tanner, Htii-u.'clp'iia! -tated in every bid, post and the propoul

tr', .: r.I Stuiznst and some lIf tht 1 ; wur.t tries ( her, p.T 10 X) fret, 50ct s O// Jla'.eriu .J/ediw.-By HEVUT R- Doctor finish, Vew York, '1:ust be sealed and directed to the General -

of AIM riran bard I ? Siiniglt-s j)f.-r m. 2j I nr., VI I). Bernard K. He, Cliarleston OHicrendo "*
1 any ; oiidv! 'j r'orj> i rost !td "Propos I5.
j 10. Un .awe,! llo.it!.; & Barks Oil .Va/ura' JUstory .d '
a' .laraes ..
: 'J' '?ollle jyitrticiilnr} fcceiitricitlf, (but( I Il'fo'/-Hy]1 : Wi'iiams l} !t>mor.-. Strict attention must be given to the efrlorse.Tient.
per in. 50 -TKi'HKM: Ku.i 'TT, L."L. n. ,

;: ? : which hhas at Icugtli! thrown} ;!"iJ.. } II : 1, .''ipebtlfh.! S'avcs per Otlitto--i.,:iialand Surgical lnatomy !\I, F. H. "N1SUKT lie seal) of. as it is not intended until to break
proposal timefot
any the
' .. :.. ::7 :.t. i%.i* been reputed /:;',,!, biMi.i; :'.' i". 50 li\ .)oH'i *- AONKII, :\i. 1). ) EGS leave to inform his Friemls am? :\ ceivirijc bids shah have expired. j

m.. 'U"t. ......".r'j time sir.cp in ivie ....1.:;,., ::;!;:.\'' ;'..:J ', '.: :_'. U IS.tirel Slaves-pd Hoop Dtmnntttm'vr 1ntetUrn/-J OUY \\*AONK I ) former Customers, t1ut lie has: ie 8 T t. Post .1asterGrmerajreserveste

.... t lol->;. per :n. :?. .H, M. J).
tic! Cit !! ) himself
: ? 4 j .. ::J.; commenced business at his Old Stan' the right of declaring contract
::" I')& tt 1: !-'ire-M ".(1. : Thv I*.\cul\ take any
' I .. I I prrl'/v.l tl} I pleasure stating where he has for sale 'I .II i-r.dB.hfneter
'':'.1r 'oI :i1e (I ; a very good assortsnent : one failure happen, ,
.t. :.1'". Jv't' Ita. f'en.t- f'Otti. :ii'! 001-,.:" TITH :iif. <>:.,!)II' 'rTlltt of ?n Ii.h'rmary ofFresh .ti uch
; .! thL.j.i 1 : : amuunts to the loss of a trip.
0;"" :.t:.. l'I r") eg.1} Tinj-ci r.-.t ;'\:cctIlOi' : I ''.r tui -:';'Cal Cases, j in connection with the ,
". .,...t.. .. ,.I-i&-, ;.I : '"I._' .. ____... ;"..r !. |..,;. .aCll 2I I ioM* g& J,.i..i I"i'f n attended with the ad- Seasonable Goods i 9 TJ: e distances stated are such at

.,. o .. ____ 15 '.'. .. : have been communicated to this office &
,.1'' '-' t. t'S I rrw /1' \ 5.) j I V !! ;';t-s-i-t jcinuteU.: It afforded to the Received by the latest arrivals from New ,

.. ... \ ...\' :! 'fi *? Oie, p-r ucM-fi. 5J: J i :"!;UI'.I- t-: I'M it.r\ the! 1-st course of instrucii York and Philadelphia. some of Item may be incorrect ; on this

;..".,; ,........ !(. ".- i ,. 7. ,Hrv'-' 'fli'-iUie.} H'I L jst'svr f .;.*.).n, the "i p4. "-iinty of witnessing1! a va- 3,.)$ and 4 Point Blankets subject the the DeDHrtment contractor must inform himSfU -

f 5.". .,. :. : \.H'3. etih, J I.. I ; .y 1i: !' :i ..d .i)'-.tZ1iOflst l.heswere 7-1 and --'trined: flittll___ m.m1.-.h_ _.. will not be answer-

: ,, :.;'r:i!'... : 'L rc.all'l l-r." 'ap 1.I i on !n.._' U_ !....._.d'_ .. : I i.Ojt fjf lir-'a,)iLt'f' \p'iai.s! ;ill Surge. I 1 bale superior 'Heavy- -Whitney--- n de n .blc! for any mi.tl.ke.

4.. AJ : "., i ',::1: Iri:. ih-r Te' C/tllk 10 No bid shall withdrawn after
t .H".I" : u.'tsl: s1 i; P' :1. '.' II Ij' I- : i-ie St.icuv's '.o protitby the I 3 bales \\ Ilite & Drab FltmshinsIOUe
.. .' .. ..-.; J\,r tii., j I j n '.r'I"lIa'f!,f : j pr.c- D:: -t.' ..iiml; .'. ..1'i.s V. :IT?. our '!'l.t;Kijj nil J1'do; for and black imperial:! the time fop receiving bids shall have ei
j / cloth birrixl
I; t. :'t '. .. i vifv otvon. Hdii; ,)"i"... \\ii; !,c c.tiai;-, c on ...r: .r.h-" I i.'f s>n t: 7': I 'ra'inv*. from \'. ke the contract at his Lid, he shall be
sd) luv
4 ; ?" \\US-', olmle'HI 11 room <: ot. .n erected, And I i ,( ; super viiper and common fui.c\ t

h 'r' .. .-. : ," '- I .. Il1lJkilir 'I f.Mnl' -i-.y V.s... i '.t the 1V hart: w'Uhil ;proi'sdcc with jll the conveniences ne- 'I prints ; 7-8 and 4.-4 InsJ linens ; Irisi: !j- 'eli difference responsible to the Department, fof

. j(:IUg' !I-iiulnl th *reonA'tiolvr ces-Htv fr tiie 'I lawns the between his bid and that at
': r' >\;. I .. ; '. ..( jiurpone.i ; dimities ; super 6-4 fancy gir.g which the
p. .
I : II -? contract Shall be mad 'I'bC
I r--mii b.JI1 e people s.* ,, ,./ : I'otli !Iii....- .i 1 i i I yellow. and green Man assignment of the
I ':- ) L .tie : < : "' 1/(. $ : ) : '"lllot> snhjecUtl( ;o an the College hus iieen improved[ by new nets ; black and colored bouibazcit any ccntmcJ, without

.- 1 have hcar'd a number of K-.ii-fs assert nia.M'i-ui! cnt-t{," of 25 per cent. awd the I.. -pii-atio..s: nxeived from Fiance and I printed bomhazetts and flannels consent of the Post-Master General, shall

.that if you paid proper attention same tor e.toi ..ticceeui'ig three das. I Italy during the MI aimer. I ; spool cotton. assorted Salisbury cotton tvlls.- forfeit it-and in all cases where wpplica
lo your dress, you would be a very ON : It nfluids the Faculty additional s.1tis-: beaverteens, linen cambrics ; cambric tion is made to the Department to sanc
-- man.It VESSELS faction to slate that by I hdkts :.on a transfer, the terms must be fully
arrangementwith biack
pretty For ; ; :
Boat rr.ipt-
every 01 Vi-siel the .tated
Tr& "Ajwj/fy man Now live over Literary and lti11osophl'A; So flounced robe ; ginghaiintlo, spider
and 'I nets
by Heaven. nut
, exceeding ten citiv ot :S.: Carolina, extensive and valuabLe Should a contractor or his agent eng3 *
r : patent threads, llussri diapers
: sir, I consider that one of the most tons per day: oj I collections\ in NaiurJ lIistcr ( plain and In the transmission of commercial information --

: r.;'r "' rascally compliments they could hate Ten & not exceeding twenty ten, 50 I been placed in the College and carefully) have : tania fijureu hdkfs.book, inuslinrMadras and BritI I by express: on his route, more r>
<' comp'y flags, figured
!l' A Twenty thirty do. y-, arrarigeoso as to afiurd crape pidly than the mail he shall forfeit bit
\ paid me.:- pretty man, sir, (I like Thirty to those interested dresses ; white, brown and mixed cotton ,

{:' 1 yourself, for instance,) is in my opinion Forty foity do. S'W( in the study of Nature, ample oppor- alf hose ; white and mixed worsted ana contract.
; '" sixty do. S 1 50 .unity of acquiring information 11. If a route should be discontinue!
: )k.$ one of the most contemptible objects !Sixty! not only kimb'swool do ; fine linen hose ladies
100 l
do. m departments hy become
Congress whole
:I 8200 connected with M di.eiee white 1 black or useless, in
lw al < cotton do.
that ever came from the manufactory -: 200 do. $250 ,but through the whole of Nat and lead, slate, or in part, in the opinion ofthe Post-Mas*
range black
.g'1tk; ; of heaven Over two hunJred tons ural wov "ed do. plain and r.atnblet
( ? $3 00 History.The cloaks furniture ter General, he may limit or dispense With
:iC.i 'Why so, sir V'J.k1.t Vessels! not I laying at the Wharf; but rich collection of Minerals particularly bed-ticking sunerfinecotton the service of the contractor, on nukinp
: ,$ ; : "Because, sir, the epithet implies having a fast to it, and those occupying nrjst he considered a very important bombazines, fancy hirting belt, ribbons I cloths, black, black and him an allowance of one month's extr
an outside
' ,,"' birth, will be acquisition
; to the
it; ,. : the absence of all that is manly. They these charged half Chemical department vhite satin and mantua <10,5-4 Irish shirt- pay.
r J. rates. ot the Institution. :12. The contracts will all begin ;anus'
.. might as well apply the term Passed iiig.S-4 damask, brown linens; black
to the August 29, 1828. i Edmund Jlavenel super ry 1st- 1629 and continue two
.r "'l. Dean. and white, plaid and yearl
,ff.; .. Ocean in a storm, an eruption of striped, Uaptiste 13. Post-Masters who advcrtlscment -
receive an
i 1 :'f N. II. ALLEN, Charl btoll.("S. C). Anirns' 27. printed shawls_ and hdkfs ; printed Waterloo .
!. '; ( Mount j tna, or the falls of INiaga- President of the Board of Directors shawlsfancy silk dressesn uhrttilrl tive- evl"rv- --" netsOtIg .
r" thread
: 4ii1-t ra."_u __ u J. G. 1WAKE, Secreturu.SEASTOILES oJ 'IHE Subscnoer has just received pei l linen gloves, linen tapes, Russia shirting who applies opportunity to read it.

"Well really you are a strange fellow lean J_ Elizabeth, Forsyth, from New-Or- mill'd drab cloth; blue, & red stroud3, kc John McLean,

; aud in my opinion, a greater &c. ries. ,lie a very offers large in addition assortment of Groce ALSO, Post-Mast&r General

knave than fool." Subscriber has to his former 4 cases saddlery assorted
THE just received per stock :- PosT-OmcE DEPJUITMKXT, 7
"Do think sir ? I from New Orleans-ma. 9 cases Urewster's hats, assorted
so 23
you really Champaigne Wine, in Caskets of 1 doz quali- July 1828.3
wish that I could reciprocate, the king his assortment of Sea Stores very each, warranted superior ties .
complete : 5 trunks fine
t ;31 mJ.>>liment. But i am certain that Macaroni, in baskets Zante do. Brandy of 1820. 12 trunks ladies'and ready made gentlem clothing ns' boots FOKM OF PHOFOSAL.

. Oo trait in your character will bear Vermicelli in boxes Currants and shoesChildrens'and JOHN 1'LJ.A1f,

: any comparison with your sillyncsa,I Gruyere/ cheese Prunes PonchongTea, fresh boys' shoes; brogans, &c. Sir. I will convey the Mail on r

which like Aaron's rod, or Pha- Patle grasse do. Raisins very Soal leather, calfskins, shoe thread Houte No. -, viz : from t

; i b reah's lean kine, swallows all the Raisins, Prunes, Almonds Almonds ? 25 kegs Virginia Tobacco ', for the yearly compensation c t
? I ..
Champaigne Wine t 5 boxes dollars
-Meddc superior cavendish do.
rest. Claret of 1820
Family Flour Hardware The' bidder will state such improtc

: "You are severe." Do do half bbl. Tuscaloosa Uye Whiskey tffc. ments as present themselves to him. 1'

I "You say you have come a groat Sugar, Cofi'ee, Salt, Pork Goshen. Cheese Butterdo. knives Pen, pocket knives, sportsmen and desk in a stage, it will be proper for ham t a

Mackerel No. 1 ; and forks, carvers waiter* so He should state tWnumKerof
distance for the of and No. 2 say
express Beef in and
purpose i bbls. for family trays ; Henning's best needles tn*
.1 Superior Goslun Butter use snuf- ): the route, and not only
I seeing me as you would go to see aBear Best Cincinnati covered Hams With an additional supply of Dry Goods era and trays, plated spurs, spectacles. number, but the beginning and end of It..

;, an Elephantor a Huttoulot Middling Bacon, &c. Hard ware, Glass ware & Queens ware ; fcarpenter's tools, shoemaker's and currier's lie should also cleaily state his resnlenee,

. Venus 1""Yes. Julius Sold Low for Cash. do., stock locks, padlocks, shovels I as the State and Town in which he IIvc' >

r ." Pescay. J. Pescay. and tongs, kettles, sauce pans, otton if lie be nat a contractor he must accom.
Pensacola 26th. cards &c. &c.Pensacola
Feby. 182850tf. rf'colJ\J1HndJ.
Pensacola, Jan. 11th, 1828. pany hill by ''suitable
Dec. 7th, 1827-38-tf. tiouj. 9St..



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