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 14, 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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rcnn ;rHt.r, WEERl.F, RT 11'lt forth in noise and ,;mrrpr lion::, rate Old powerful men in creation, .. fire :" and it seemed to me, tbo very improvemeru. Independent of

!'..'.' '1': & T ti.l\D 11'1', hut was seen only in the dark looks, xvaitiuu fur the assault-p.t the other moment I saw the gleam on the water these facts, which are sufficient to

i'tb'i' hrrs rfkc 1.n"snflhr Unit ft V.i.'csKmloflht an'l the strained nerve, that !showed I j I j end, a little hand of disciplined inrn, ; I felt a sharp cut on the left he I l. form a correct idea of its situation, I

Tt-..itrr.' nf Florida. deep detrrmina: : ion. The officer pxposwatf.t :! waiting with arms presented and rea* Another and another ball followed} ; must add, that there has been a surprising -
TEKM*. i j !. He reminded them of I j t[ dy upon the least mofi-; 'n or silt7 I!> but with less success. Atvay there fall in the interest of
'.Jl'R PfM.\KS iirrannum, in ndvarrrjif' the hopelessness of escape ; that the j j hecin the c-irnage-:r.i7j: their tail and : black cutters of the watch !" for, two the money ;
,..i\inrnt if : H )I.L.\ wi! he rr-rnlrC'I'. town was alarmed, and that the !!O- j 1 and: ini'osttig conmMuder, holding i pp Inllovmi t:1! <.' boatswain's mateaway; hut was J8 J er cent and at the it
(7 .\.h'ppm"IH' IP SM !""* r'lncf'I'unn: 'v atC verument of the {prison ",'oudnhm} : l1 j t his watch to count fie; laps of tine i luckily for me, tile hoat had bt'cn''i I' can bt- obtained on present
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f >!'fl.:1'!, ;i.i-i .niiiti, -HI.' FU'I'V (,E N'i'' 5 to notiiinj! : : hut unconditional: surren- | minutes, given as the reprieve! to the I f:>r se,!, in conqn ear e of .9 per cent per annum.
.1 ,,r:, C','it .ju.iiir.' -l.xicrr ones in pro. '!: der. He said, that all tho p who! I I 'lives of numbers. ISo {poet or Pinter : R'hicI they took more time in bein? 11 In every other respect, two objects
t .::,-?. jrvKlTM. j: would go quietly away, should be forgiven ran conceive a spcticp: fit more !'cleared away and! I was half was toI only engross the' attention of-
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\LL "T"n OF I for this oilt-nce; inn that if every dark and terrible sublimity-no iiu-\ sior* before I heard the rirniti; ?: these }people ; namely, the accumulation -

.... fl"Pfl.. ... .....:1 ...\.'f"fP .-. 'l\'P'.r.I I prisoner: was killedfn tlfV contest, man heart cm conceive a situation of [I crackling of the tacks atfd 1 the boat; of wealth and the enjoyment of

- .* RFCEVM" AN'P 'I' \Tr'- FAE- power enough would) l.o I obtained fo ;j more appalhrp! ,upenve. Fir two ,J go splash into the! writer.: The noun 'I: it. The most profound tranquility
i T'1 "<;*7fiFFH'V** AT' enforce the rrpuhtinns of the Prison. :; minutes, not a person or a mivc.le 1 was I I!I sfrmed so near to me that I looked !': prevails, and the inhabitants after

; ..ZLJ''rSTPHICETHAT: AR CH kPr.Frt They replied that they f'xpectprl..omc( j 1 moved, not a sound) was l henH in the I:!, round,. but snw nothing: : soon, how- .; their occupations, think of
AT AN i f.JFICK > THE SCUT H Mi* PART I nothing
.}r i UK j I would (I'P killed, that death t would 1 he I nnwontrd siiliness of the rri\>n, ex- ;j i ever, I I hoard the I; roiling rf the 1 oarsi I II hut amusement. The hand of government

F- -.-._-.1 .. -_ ..... i hotter than such imnrisonment.I ____ _ny and_____, cent ll n>P iahned? I breithinr''f tH-"...... I I I in the: 'huilocks! and my hopes (Login 1 1I is neither felt nor perceived -
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\' t'.vinf'h '\ "- 'T with that I look and] tone, whirl be. 'I infuriated. wretches, as ,they began i< to'I'j I tf) fail HIP, whon :\ sight; of the fruing ; persecutions, party spirit, revenge
\ ,. '1. speakan indomitable : II I I I Ir
1" purpose, they p nt, between fear find; reveupp- at 'Irf 011 fIll' ror!:< clipftrecl! arid I''d { or tumults never occur to iutc-
:-:-: :3--- -:=:::'---=.::. ---- j declared! that not a man shouhi is- the
I ::+'e I expiration of two minutes, lUring I me from sinking v.ith! despair. I f picd!: I j rupt our peace.
> j itoston f';lax I
lit brih'.n in thr Slate Prlsou.ni ;.;- I 1.i tle, hall alive till! the flopping was: re- I!. whir'h't ;ey had! faced the miui>ie-s of 1!II'!|i every nerve, and in a few ptinuies I \'"e have very respectable hn!

... '! "" ni:' ."...' fxhibition, of mo- i I mitted. At this: period of the di rIlSI : death, with nnhlenching eves. tv\r or 'i more was lose to the !!re'llers. None I I[ and naval 1 forces, and from their excellent .
sinn, then evil passions seemed to |liP : three! of thos in the and 'hilt! swimmers conceive the
j .1 1 ,'t'' npp ,...fd! TO the wildest f i'e ; rear newest CTU narrow I management we have never
under the most j i more inflamed, anti one or tvrr oHVrj I to the further entrance, went slowly! I i: limits of the view when the !head is i I II Ii been disturbed; lJ\' those who envy
HI' appalling cu-: '
r'r '':' ulreteas never seen, tJlr.l.j j. cd to destroy and the cilicewho still stood : n'lf-a fete mole f folloxved tIlt examPI j J JI j\\ou\y i \ above the surface ; every we".1: our lot. 2:300: men have lately arrived -
ifiirjirr, with m'Hc temperate 1 *', dropjjiry out quietly ;\v.'i dcliherattlv i? H boundary and to a Pr-1! from
1:1:, ; a 'Ic11: 1 1\.1" vin' ;;sed; !by the I ofli-1 I I ; person Spain ; they were immediately -
r.'I- ..f jui .Si tfp Prison, in the e"j.- ;; pulse, than did his friends :sho e-ju- !I hixi lu i".jrf." IHf of the )Jnst j I sited aj J .as, and in search of a laudin ; marched tTto tho bnrmcks in tho

" i 1:1 "..\ ',I'cll 0 I occurred 1 uhout I fi\ "- .;I from ahove, hut could, not avert, the j I I I P1111tt' h'd; { gr.ne, vi-ry' mmv:,t I ? place, mountains could not have f country, to be acclimated.! A frigateof
" ,. inc; ,Y. Tilt tP convict I kId i iI tfdrgcr tliat: rhr "!( flP(1 him. I I struck by iic; ;)'!tie, and crowded for been a tu-,re agonizing barrier. I at tin! lHr.gest, class has also: been addpd -

.I -t,'!If"lr:1.1a1'IYr' tale' Ji.'e-: of 'ho f.Just at this moment, and in n'mut I I an exit; : and the hall! :Tas rlpard as I lat -perceived a hlnck! shelving! point' to nnr riav11 \'_

i' ...on, to be whippet! :1tIIf' yard i.i Ii IJlpl'n minute from the! rommencc- i'' if I l.-y ma ic. Thus thin t P ads. firmness of rock, on which: the surf was rolling The, expenditure] i is of course imrensr -

. ;; ; \ "unie flTort of one of ill! othcr: nier.t of the tumult the officer snv dIP j of moral force, and! the strong I heavily on one side, while on lap -but! nevertheless, fortunately, '
I feet of the marines; whose ( fleet of deteiruination oilier the smoother. kind of direct
i ::. Is1! door had been opened at presence I' :ictin ( -lihe- I water appeared no taxation is known
i:: -, communicating with the I alone he relied' on for succour, fdinjr rately, awed the most sa\'a. men For this point: I immediately! swam asa here! ; ;nd the indirect taxes are so

*r, ::f '"!2 hall, and tlirough! the !bs the small! uppj-r li< htv Without and suppiesxed a srenp of carnntie: I f forlorn! hope I f! adruirvliy! con-iucted bv thv Intend-

r,; ,!. :'<.:\"... l.vjorp i M sill the sti eet. The. any apparent anxiety, he Ind repeatedly I' "' ,hidl.would }hove in ({. u1ing; hall i's. long;: dark, and: damp. turned 'his attention to their ?1 pproath the .,"t precipitancy: or exertion of two while riders:; of f.jnniiu 'I :'I1 : re henvy deiraod's of a hrilharrt.rmv
Jitm; I i's situation near the SUI f.lrc of and now he knew it was! his: physical force water, and occ:\ \'onrilly! sulk! in tiu-j,; I :. and nivy: hut a surplus fund

iho I :cmuiid, and: in this all the prison- I I orJy.time! r f escape, before a conflict : \Ve heard! this rehtr'I, some tim"' ( hollow abyss of the! wics, and sometimes i .xisis to !be applied to internal im-

fv; .....'..uljii-n, tI.h: elt,'-s and suchs i I for life bccanv, as r/as expected, one I i iI i since, by an eye witness! and though dashed about annd the tonm I pp\emrnts and instjtt t:ans. To thef'nLpht""fIJ
,,<,'* -, :hey could s('iz( in passing of the most dark and dreadful;: in the !j!: --rue little 1 p rICt1Jfir ? tray' not be i inexact ) on th ir tops. \" hrrt about to I pass : zeal and extraordinary
the "o.I.. Knivc.. ham- world. He stepped slowly! h.ick-1 i I accorrjire: with lie tart;; owing the 5fteIvingrork, I was thrown hc.n! I I penetration of that individual, i is to hoittviiuted
tl h reel ll\Ips. :
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j wan:", still urging them! to depart: be- !: :<, tie! tre-ichery of memory, yet we foremost into its margin by Ollt' Mhr II ; the hghly! prosperous con
rn''s. S: chisels! \\ It't'n' vv.rirty: of]i'
the )h.v.idsof i I|'t tire the officers were driven to uSri I j! know, that all the in, rrtint points ef : 'se sovereign ,,';lVI'S wrhidi loid I it dition of our f Can es. He Per>;Pruted
liM WC.'f' in iLl ,
si : lau I 1 .
/' I the !;: t resort of fire arms. \\ her the alfir are correctly! st -th.d.! It I Iafrli over all'the rest, nini left in a kind of I I with cnfrgy and vigor the venality of
who I dr ,' I
W\"U" j'.irit., ;:re t wn air; j jJ'om
tl.f.r: r'ncroacliMent": on tocioty, !I within three or four Vet( of to do! r, '' a ireful: example t:> others )I niche, which pro'.ru ed I its rPcn1Il I j terse officers ; he extirpated smug.I .
: : it trr S opened, and closer! imtalv! ; .'luih'rlv! situated, in the: go'.ernnrnt Iof i l isoni' sweeping me IJ.I.rk. On recot ,i di'vhrh: wis reduced to a system
fo.ii'fij y 'J:1';ion of strength;, I I
!!: coup"
: H TVi; 11.>ws, ;.::.1! : !i-rt.; that can hardly} I
so ntrx )PC1Cdlvrestorer! tohisfripTsd!*. f fyund tint my head tvas cut md MeedMJ lI l- I jjave: an impt'ls to the upright dealer
F. t qinllcd: nu enr'h l. e\en u long th
Najor. Wainwright wan requested ; A "? jscsiijc' fro ;'!c. but that the wound on mv heelr..s : \\ !"o Tculd: not st(,op TO the dishonortf -
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f.T/.fd: Lri .Ir.d. fif; Italy. lien of all I. n.1
'o order! his men to fire don: n t ton'the | of no eon ('' !H'llfp. S-on the ., :! practice" of those of oPPosite
r< "'s JUKI chiirncter.; ,!:'ih\ of every. convicts; ; i Frigate.V i .
r- through the !itte': ; noise of oars and voters availed mv character pud consequently could not
\','r.ctv: of mf.nuiis ci lines, dressed i i.-, f fv. .*ove -p not tore than 1 three I
'o7.fM with j jijuaiirr.5
: ( powder, and then nil.I I
'-,irs, and I distinctly heard the compete with them. L'nder PinillWs
; I Il
\\\v\ r..Milear.fl! 1 peculiar!! I r'tb of: the iih ball till : + of a mile! f,'onr> a bnrr; !'n run: I| i I
they were v.illlnp to retreat "hipman of the! boat !s' : y, "The tel- a'lniini'tration the increase of the re-
: : :itmiljn; and displaying the wild! I rocky islnud' !, and ] dnt"lJIi1lf'd to j I I
; but betook a wiser as well a : i !nut IMVPcouM! land !here : he must vcn-i" !hns, h('ru allied :o the increaso"f
line. (! 'nCf1ific ;:],].e-.mnce thai alwaysjH'.hins a: holder! the cf- i rsk rvi-iy l thing to gin: if, and pet oil j jh.r'iid i, rrule: \ .
course, relying! upon ; I have: !been. dashed to pircrs on 1her''rla nwnwnciiliiir** The people
Jo ir:::.'' (i-.ii-ed .vrediesveipf f feet which firm de rutRion wculd OJ:'' of :J Il' n't'rl'tnt! : ships in j the ..
:(- : ( ihave or drowned iu !the surf; aiv'vt' : : That xiraovdinary expenditure :
.ihi: rr-1 !cn.rr for the s'.nple: I tltr!, : The l tint thinir t' j
pur- muru WH )
r I I : upon men, so critically situatcrt.lie : \ shal! find! his bOhin. lh" mOrnin,." : ;ttrtding the 'arrival I of fresh regiments .
l" 'e nf ".:irvnv-ML': the punishment; ordered the floor 1 r+,.tly nu-.r."v. from nq \,:-\t. of cloth'! '". i J I I
hej-iiain : and
to Upt'n-I -- I -This convinced me I was not d,> I I ships of war is covered,
1 ri u :.. tt; l i'P iT'liictpd en the mor- ed and) marched in the (hfid, of I which v n< :snr.glv! tied up o\er my i and lie
vrou ;'t : j jtwenty I cut erl"f. !I \et : xport duty on coffee has
li)O1 their! cr.nr::des. The war- hln1nW.k.! r'lI tl.l' htw'r cl..k. I 1 i I
or thirty niPii\vho, filed tinnrjt! !! j j jtiie I --- !been ::hotisI 'd, and no pu'olir burdens
d i. i,. ;d'!T ;:;:!r?('[lp, and some other om-I t}' ; pn sace, and formed at !df'! fnd of stol'i rjiiirsly{ down, and t'as in the net rr"n the' New-Y'A G,7''te Sept. 11. i I| .re impo>rd, and finally, that a great

c- i. ;-.f 1 j.ris': ?:', n < ru thereat the It j the jrill opposite! to the crowd of criminals of soarciiingihe! hry; when the sergeant. ,I j jof Harana.V", l-.v,' fjequently heard !|! tnrphiN{ fmi! remains in the Tr casurt.r .
.//t: ;:uil] tf'f\n.' ;irincd l at the conse I j marines m.ier-at-arras, who rf this
huddled! toI'tpr! at the othrr. \11.1. I of the great pioi-perity place, The n'n'lIUtof this city, during! tho
';' .....f'* I koly! to ensue from the con- t!:} He stated!, tint he' teas empowered: to I u-Cre goin': their !tall hourly round1, i t-ipd ne f'lidiful .ind jtidirio-js n'i'I.it e- 1 list six mon;h..., was :3 millionof dole

!! t I' 1 ( >..i.;: to sV're tlnpr.i Thev Iv Ill(11 the rebellion, thru h(' wished to J tiparlv caught me ; t-iir spritigiivj! lot- I j: men of its concuri'< ; but until ne lars, which is 400,000" greater than the

<,< :.-.ofrpjher; : and! couhl scarcely) void! rheddinjr! blood, !li'it taint! IH' : observed inlo ICY haul n'C., I lay ,- received the annexed (h-tter f.'or.i our i j jconfvpondent : "orrespondinj! period of 1827, not-
\ < sn: ,| !to'I iMlf. a<; *he stou'est ;;- i iriuuji sl<''uld not quit fiir! f Ir.l f! alive, till!; covered till they pns">d!, and was: I rot : theie, we h:.d no idetlint i I!! WitI-I.ttHfinr.! the suppression of tho"Xpoi

: !;i..rrt List all prt-vncc of mind i; every romict had returned' to his duI I a !linle: \\.l! n'lto' tin
i'. f\\t\\ \ft,1minf. fj-i.r. Th 1 nevvs r-; j; I IV.. W They seen'rd hflnncin; the of their ronveis It IH. Do i! \ "e slaxis I it to our re..d- J! r rtbe! irr.pMrratmu: off1\ur from Spriirr,

! .'1>' f plead ;:hroi.gh: the town, and r.rir I I strength* of the two p:'rlirs :. ;nd r.- i' .x-o'j !"e'I'W !he numi'er! of the: pro-;.pd ers with the sip i tIr remtrh! that implicit I i .IIt which here i is a great reduction in
: ''"'ri .!file Tirerof( : mild and I I mriu' \IMI' ?" sId; III' ?.rra':1't: : "I I I
most i iK nlied, that rome of them! ,'I.r,' ro-.rjv'I < : rrlifiucw okay. he placed i i'l histatrmtiTts > : .V d-itic! .
nd i <:ii"{'CSta'll, hurrifd! to the!, scene, *10 die, and only waif-u f for :.n ."'''IC'I..I* i !lle;-'i! IIP| otilrers s";'.. h!:l'.1"< worthkeepiui I. Jr. short, ills: .is a truly prosperous

:m<.! f1'c rottm ::nd collected! ir.to the to see xvho was the r' M pot "rflll, j i, ;!:. r>. r.1 l ;it wuuiii ht' well, to kve;' [ Jfarana, Ar{;'rs' 17, 1-S2. country : poverty is unknown to
ni -i! f Hie: officers. The mot equa1 swearing:! that they would! figHt, to the ''ye n"tn;' }him." tl I (JlHl t .I.now A rf'eahlv.. to your drrP! n-o'i.-jfi-, I all classes. We export to the United

1 !. ii m'r: ( (! r.r.d the, mildest man in last unless[ the fi.jjirins; *""<** renitt't: I this nu-whet," replied ti! rmster-at- ing a detailed account of the nzricultaral : !- : Slates to the amount of seveu millions

;h< ;? '.f i inunt W? in this hour of I fu.r they would! rot suhnit to any: such i, arms but f sa'v him on the fttrC-I'' commercialand fiunncial: condition 'Inuu
I" i ,I ":-" fit ire*'t. (lie ,,.,;; : :: rils-:; !' (pi ::::hment in th P rtcor1.: JOajorUrninrright castle j-ist after the watch was of this city, I present you tho receive from all Spanish: America
J' '11. ]I.rt:, (. If'fpcst. to JviajorVain- I 1 : ordered !!i is! marines: to tered." So soon as they were on the" f.fil"wilsiatempnt.. united."

"Ki v", em': !'IH/r.t'r/ of tlie mr.rirfss.i. I load their pieces' anr', hat th-y mipht hddcr I untied mv hag an
!of HI ti';. iSavv Y.ird, f for rstt. rot he suspected: of triHiivy! ei'ch! mtn my pnrse. You know, liarolH, how tries that t olTr so th tf *ring; a Prop JT'T.n! tjie ZJy/fr/o ':,urat, ScPt.',!".
>...' .< e, find
fl) tfli ii.ro ti! ( hk1: and try the force Ict which he affer\vnr'l
|<4 111;1 I.. <'
l..C: ( ;.( 'a(1'! l r.iuitiiudc. AH his brei.rrrtiivii determination, and no one! I hlonrhed! I I question' fso'n! my s-nonnj neighbors. and that an immense capital i is invested companies: of the second regiment of

if.M; t ; \ a.iin5, : an attempt so or seemed disposed to shrink from the 1I tht'n mounted the forecastle again, i i'' in nearly one thousand cofT.'e! phn-I(|r the United St:>tf'S' Infantry, and re-
I I': "t 1.lz.trd: : but in vain. They 1! foremost exposure.: They knew that and made a point! of being seen by J tatims, which yield no income to,) !1( !J Jproprrtors. : I s-'ys, that this fort will J bp made

I II' : tu h'm armsa sword and pistols, 'i I their numbers xvould enable harm to I the sergeant ; after wi/icli ] skulked! { ntllP district: : of 11wn7.:1S ,- !|f Iheals rpvitfis; of the irontier line of'posts.

tq", ,'" iI d'l'ed themud sni.-J, that hp It' be ;rdoxrn and: destroy the handful of through! the port holes u\fJf'r fliP imin: \ thirtr. new s'igar estates went |I: By the 1).'troit papers, we

ltri, no four, wad! in case of danger, t)j marines, after the first di :char:,'.', and channel, as the island lay aster into operation list y.-HP : the aver are in9J1 m!-d of"'f rnf new arrangements -
art oulfi: f'o!' him no service: ; and 1 before I their pieces could be reloaded.Again Having buttoned) my jacket j tight J VdMie whereof is $jO.OOO each. As 1 tnlrc'; in the! wos' by the WarDepartment

al:, : : will} em1.t little; rattan which they were ordered to retire ; I:! round me, and tied the bottom of mytrowscrs an illustration:: of the mltanced value I :among which are the re-

" h! '< m\.l! walking stick, be ad- i but they answered with more ferocity I fastened a rope's ed, I''of bud 120 miles: fiom Havana, a I occupancy: of Fort Deirhorn(Chica-

t' ,., p-1) into t the hall, to hold parcy! I I than ever. The marines were order which was lumping overboard from cahlleiie /equ:il to 33 acres) which Ico) and Fort Grntlot.! But the most

t, .:, the srlt-cted congregated, and ];Jed to take their: aim so as to he sure the channels, (a thing almost unknown a few years .since w-is worth $50, important measure of the Depart
'r.:1: I'd villain of the whole comrr.onif. i j and kill as many as! possible-their in the frigate) to the irons below, and now sells for $GOO. This is a decisive moat we conceive to he, that of e'sta*

'H"il!: I i guns were presented-hut not a pri- slid without sphish! into the water ; indication of the prosperous state bli liins_: a new post, immediately up.

(;remanded the;r purpns**, in : sorer stirred, except to grasp more but when my head wr.s just above the ,of agriculture on the portage between the Fox and
'f-1'* corning; together with arms, in firmly his weapon. Still desirous to surface, I found my legs pressed as it But the increase in the valuo and I Oiricon>in rivers, in the country of
' '"I'lH.-T] ; I I sire bottom of the ship, bulk of the the fn iaui. Permission
of the Prison laws. They avoid such a tremendous slaughter! as were, against importations proclaim j Winneb-Hffo
r,J '. .cd ; tttt! : they were determined"Ijinin i mast have followed the discharge of a & it was not till I let go the ropeand progressive improvements public t''for this wj obtained, of the natives, at

to lIP remission of the puui!
1nnt of their three comrades, lie ; a step or two, and spoke even was disentangled from this effect. accruing during the last six monthswas I post will be called Fort Winnebago,

said, !fiat it \vis: impossible, the rules : more ntinly than before, url=iui themto I 1 scarcely breathed on the water, 8 and a half millions of dollar i and is to he garrisoned: : by two companies -

of"the prison mu: he effected, and depart. Again and while looking :I and moved my arms and limbs as little which :is $2,278,000 greater than the !I oldie. first repmentof United
they must suhmit. At the hint of. directly into tho mczzlee of the gull. as possible ; but my heart beat two first qimrters of 1327. The total I : States nfantr'. 1 his tort will! oc-

fiiirniss'on! they drew a little nearer which they had seen loaded with ball, within me, as I found myself floating amount of importations and exporjations 1 chi PY the! only i intervening land,(a port-"

lojrettVr, prepared their weapons forrn'rr : they declared their intention "to fight with the tide past; the quarter of the in this city only, was; fourteen i age of but six miles,) between theca
; Iud, as they were dimly seen i it out." This intrepid officer then si.ip.! 1 was beginning to feel fresh millions of dollars the last six months,, ; ,) of western I bkes and the Mississippi -

in lair farther end of the hall, by those took out his watch, and told his men vigor: at observing myself distancingthe whilst that of the corresponding-period I river. The position is about,

'\Vhr, observed, from the ,gratings: that to hold their pieces aimed nt the con- frigate, when T heard the hoarse: of 1827, vas eleven millions. I jCentp:! between Prairie du CLient cd:

"':)'d: up l 10 the da}'. a more appal- victs, but not to fire till they had or- voice fan owl of a quarter-master say [ The iucrense in tonnage of entry, the Mtssissijuii, and G n'en Buy and

II1 5Lr s;ght cannot be conceived, nor .ders : then turning the prisoners, to the officer of the watch, there's during the last two quarters, was upon the .'X' MHP northern verge of

ally, ofnwre moral gnindcur than that J he said, "you must: leave the hall-I something in the water astern, air lit 12i250; tons : from which is to be inferred t'ue mining cf uiiy. To obtain ces-.

Gf'h!;. Mnsle man standing within their give you three minutes to decide, if at The voice me like electricity that commerce prospers : thattlpie sinn of. this district to the United
tr: 'f!J. rnl limb! I bounded two- consumption is increased ; that States, was among tho objects to be
exposed to be torn the end of that time, a man: remains, and J do believe
frf.nlint'!; b. .tmtly, if a word or lookSoul he shill be shot dead." No situation thirds out of the water. "'Tis a man the value of agricultural produce is embraced in the late treaty Green
ii] add sir !" said the old augmented ; that the populaiiou Ins Bay.; Thepj'rchasf was noteflected: ,
to :11f l : already intense pxt'lrmt'n of greater interest than this .can bes by all that's holy,
:. too' back rascal increased, and that the wealth of tho! but permission was (btained to occupy -
That excitement, wa conceived. At one end of the hall a fellow. 'I Ahoi come you
()fthe most dangerous kind. It broke ; fearful rnultitnJo of the roost de s pe- I ," cried the officer ; M flr*, !'"-ntmel, country ,sin a ,rapid state of pro ress-. J the mining district until all thet


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Turks are i incapable of and you will; remain the conqueror in the F would be arctionta bv tL
Jake 'cleaT ihsUhe. The rest of the article vinces
Imlians interested in (he sale ran be persons has been appointed to serious resistance ; and that! great content. I' tfr
the distressed situation m-akinr a notwithstanding this lofty commencementstates I Information had te3.clt.
collected at a Council, which will convene into consideration commercialinteresti ? .rattd their own means as that the Porte is most anxious for I that the privutt'tr cci Bu
they ( "Iig
i1 .. the ensuing summer, probably of the agricultural and much as they under-valued those oftiierrgrtt the renewal of negotiations, and alarmedby I ed a French brig from tt e q'

at Galena, when there seems little and to make such regulations rival, when they piovokedthelattci th* progress of the Russians desirous bound to Morrtevidco'w'uir '

doubt the arrangements will take as shall restore general. confidence! mortal combat. lo make friends I t any pr.ce the troop, a'.d taken frorn B| "
rI having been decided to Another article from a German paper, Putagone.- (Ur'ltan tl21
p1a! In the mean time, the Indians ; all-polttical'questions Russian -Bulletin, gave doUN.
the on the part The 13th:: dated July 18, wys,-"Letter* from Con dercd bng was sent back'to)
to inform themselves the by appointment ced- XT
'of the
account pro received and the ,4
Bolivar as but'a sunmary stantinople, this moment by express French Admiril 1
numbers of the whites actual ob of the people" of General
by that
stating hltH made
Columbia until. lug mqvMnents, inferpty statelhat't'he.l'orte new twenty gun brig after the c'r
ervationfor which purpose15 of the Supreme Chief of "the were immediately: repulsed attempt to induce Great Britain to end engagement endued, i whelUi..

principal men came to Dttroit, in the I such tineas1e may'think proper to. caejiy and took flight." This reached back its Ambassador. It is said tint the I I tured the French gun brig ar e.

Clay,, on their way to 'Vn hingtoo.i i call a Convention. i ,, the 4th and the foregoing Reis EfTendi' has written -a letter on Urn back also.

4! : They propose visitiiig; .before they return "I believe that the country will Lcmdm on has; subsequently subject to the Duke of Wellington i is .! Lord Ponsonby Wii _bol1t t. .

: ? tbe seaports of New England, now prosper and that such reform. Hif-riiTHtion' : doubted, however, whether this step will Buenos Ayres for Hto, in the *I
of1icialaccounts.r "
ddived from plher decisive result thusi the Thetis. -_ _
and of the lire inferior town I .wiO KB made as tb. rircumttances of been have a more invitation .gate,
of the many o'untrv.-u"his," the : ihe'nattbn require-and that ultimately 'f B.,':.CouTlcr, says, there to the Ambassador's France Th.br Allison, (l"te or i1t
says than they had at England themselves to renew the negotiation purchased, by the Govn 'Ir
lighting nt
formed more
will .
Herald "will doubtless I a Government up-
Michigan the .
. and adds which were broken off last De i named General RondeauCos.
;. : 1t: have a powerful l effect on those sara.1 on .national liberal principles-Had first beerled 1 to suppose :-- cember." was appointed tucom1i.t----'a

, :i.: gfest who have heretofore considered the 'majorjry.of the members of the "It apprars, that ,whim .t the vanguard, A letter dated Frankfort, July 28, says brig Fancy, (now called the Co 'll .

,.;.t; ,. themselves equal in numbers to the Grand Convention obtained their object : under Gen. :Rudigsr, was marching to that the 1 urkish force at Schumla is estimated l lying at the ,Salado, ha
' :1";'11 whites, and more brave and warlike. I| Colombia would. now be deluged: Mangali, and efOIC the Head Quarters at 40000 men tint the Russians to the fleet. Cap be R.) J no '
: removed from Karnssu had suffered much from the heat and the Buenos Ayrean "
They will soon be convinced oftlwir1error with blood'-Look at Central Araeri- had bum navy Wltb t
I'. division of Turkish cavalry, from scarcity of water ; and that it was supposed Major. He had beemicommand appltinied
in regard to trW numericalstrength .ea a .0
iW' of the
: t they would take up their winter : Goerr.jneiu .
towards *
.t of the people oFtbo United Martin Forar, a lauded proprietor, Silistria, had proceeded quarters somewhere about the B"lkan.. Argentina, late the French sr.ho

States and of less 'and Jose Torihio Iribarren mercliMiit zarrljik, but toured upon the odvance dra. The late Fr.' r.tt
13 course, willing to 'FI'uml.raos) Kama, July 13, it is stated ncn! (COl'\nte .
;t't-1\ put their bravery to the trial." of Caracas, hoth recent niembets of of 111t Russ 3n General. It seems to that the Turks wefe beginning to be very Mandarin, Had hoisted tie fl* 0 l t

J" : Should the proposed treaty the ensuing the Convention, have, for their violent have teen the intention d-f this division numerous in Little Wallachia': that ihe pubic, and is now caHeJ FJDorreg
i '
; ..: summer, result favorably, we pfHricul: principlcstbeen hanisl od. Irani Silhtria to effect a junction corps of 8en. De Wit amounting to 60, Brow. fleet 'lit,

I.L -The latter is of bad character with another Turkish cavalry 000 men, was about to enter the Princi I would a.nount to fillet'} S.liitodt! .
: trust no time will be lost in Tendering a man corps invested confident hopes were M _
-that Ghiurgeo was ; enterta ,
parities ;
1 : perfect the navigation between the and pretends to be a Federal Republican fiom Choumla, which made its ap- and that tne Turkish Governor, Kuishuk I, the sucfes: of hi* plan t to r.uide. tILe *

t J }J Fox and Ouiniscousin rivers, and -tbo former is ;\ respectahlo I pWance near Bazardjik a few hours Achmed k'acha, by frequent and vigorous : his officers were men of eland ,

ij1 thus opening the way, by the short man, of limited talents however, and j afterwards." sallies, greatly harassed the besieging' could be relied on. which WIS

route of tile Erie Canal and the has been duped by Santander, and his j The advance of the Russians dur- corps, under Baron (Geismar. I case the early periods Of Ihe _4
adherents. Tliw ? there about fifty One of thtI I leading Parisian papers, Soldiers, sailors, and odicrri arrir
iC'.d; 2.H Lakes, for the flood of emigration discriminating con iig operations, ; from Montevideo, and '
I which is ready, through that channel), duct Santauder is estimated; here as miles. i speaking Corfu of between the negotiations Messrs to Guilleminot opened, ces to the Admiral. OlTiredthejr It.., j

& to penetrate the forests of the West.YOUMG.V. infimous-and it is thought, when I The Condon Morning Herald of 3t Ribeaupierre, and Canning. says that the The Buenog \yrean schoonet _

4 .t =-r- -- properly brought to light, will piove I.M 7th says, the Paris papers received Porte will not be consulted in any mannerin arrived at the Sulado with fOU1Y. _

:. ; J that all the unhappy dissections in j! by 'Express, contain no news from settlement of the Greek question ; prizes, a few days prior to the III: l- _
t C'
,.It'll'. ;t' .. this country, have emanated vonnhime the theatie of war but what has beenanticipated and that no right of investiture or of sanction the Maria. *
"t" .. - -- -- tnbuteor indemnity, will be reserved ItHcno Jlyre. July 15.-We leuu
whilst they hold out a )
t. From the New York Mercantile, S'pl. 18.Portugal. ;
letters from
for the Sultan he having lost all title private our army tlht
.-The ship Salem, at hope, on the authority, of recent letters little hits taken
t Baltimore, September 19. to be considered, by refusing to accede to squadron poI
\ this port, sailed from Lisbon on the Latest from Europe.-Btli. hip from- Vienna, that the war itself will ultimatum of the Allied Powers. The the Lake Mini fir tl-e seco'nd ii l\\

';.; 9th ult. and Capt. Richardson has; furnished John Jay, arrived at Now Yotk, on be bought to a speedy termination, Greeks, it is saul, will form an independent driven fiom it the vessels: cf the fit"

r,. a I a rile of papers tu hat date Wednesday, from Liverpool, whence j by'rfreansofan amicable arrangement.I i nation, under the protection oi" the The commander and officer*of i otrll _
' f I is baid!.hIt this effect groat European Powers ami win ov"e.-s dron have commenced wilh! ilg J l1Ui.
1 inclusive. A Portuguese squadron the of Au a report to T_,
she sailed |
on eighth !ust, much extensive than that river Vsguaron: hilli nrcn |
more great
- !. i sailed the same day, under command London papers to the 7th instant I was generally current in that capital, .: a whidi territory they have conquered by arm is the cause of the con.inuatio'nof; t.r____

i ?;i11ta; of Monterio, against Madeira. The were received. The accounts respecting and obtained so much credit as to occasion The London Courier, in remarking up- desertion 0" tIle German troops foJaimy. _

." .1 which 1 carried I out the I a coisiderable rise in the funds Gen-Lecoris much !
w1Itof: frigate new ( the crops in England are oti these speculations, makes the following enhrrw; _

;:. J: ; Governors for that place and the Azores somewhat contradictory, some of the It is added that the courts of Vien- observation, the import of which, if it at seeing the hopes he entcrtsined ri' _
MI : returned the "tho Terceirn emanate from authority cannol be mistaken movements of Don Frutes entirefo!
('..1 j; on / I papers affirming that the crop will bean nn and.Lpndon are conjointly usingall trated.
:J t : $I'r' as well as Madeira bad refused to acknowledge others that it will be their influence to induce the Em- :- These papers will find themselves
average one, mistaken with to the Porte nol General ard
respect Lavelleja Rivera
'r" f them. The Prince of! Nicholas listen to srep
: deficient.A peror to pacific overturrs _
; being consulted, if t: e Porte, abandoning friendly; terms, and act in perfectm|
: Hesso had arrived Lisbon to I from the Porte and that he _
.f.rMsnf...'vT&n'i at congratulate London paper of tbo evening of its rash and inconsiderate policy, mony. -

*.t'rt1. ; 5 I tbe I new King, and was ie.ceived the 7th says, "thai the weather i is truly has even signified:( his assent, on condition should consent to negotiate on the basis I Thtf editors of the .fme"iCUlI rej"'!

' ::4) ,* with great joy. The Marquis alarming. The crops of wheat that several l fortresses, particularly 01 the UeaAy of London to the politeness ut an t\tt"l" ittf red

:1r of haves had: also arrived. Silistria and Varna Portugal.The Courier of the f th, 1 irieud
: throughout the kingdom have been Giurgevo, mercial tur the io: f.i !I'\J' 'ti''
" 11,: ;, Capt. Kichardsnn informs, that the '* ave place'l' in his hanIs] as a 'security says;-"We have some turther accounts dated BUKNOSTKLS, l'i'h Jlllyl Miat
I greatly injured.
' from Lisbon and Uporto. hut they are *M I I'he Deputies ftoi'i this ,
1 full of the adherents of of the iveriinwjj
; : prisonsvero Tho London New Times of time against a change purpose on of ihe Same gloomy nature. There is no : that of .I sailed '
I I Uraz yek'er'l. m tar{ {
::",,h'h 'Don Pedro ; arrests' were still COM- t tr' }I 7th, gives the annexed paragraph froma -part of the Porte. relict in the picture-no bright p.nt: I, tibii Packet! lierfpcle, for the '

t.oJ tinned, and much alarm existed. correspondent. Th(iMgi! the part ascribed to Englandand eery thing is dark and dls lItlil'K. It : lining to "ftkc The pup

.J The London hy the John Austru i is probable enough, w.; have seems that we underated really the amount I peace. ge' _
papeis that will ,
"I now calJ from a source T can depend opinion they i not ci
;'1r! I. JJiY, contain accounts from Lisbon to that Lord lia<, great Unable: that the Russian Monarch of the victim*--instead of five I i ./(I it i* stated that this GovenvngntijeJ_ _
upon, IJeyfe bury has i'ude the compliances! ascribed ton thousand there three times five."
are I
;( t.J .t; : the. 23rd of July, and give the namus'of.persoi'.s : not expect it, and that: they merel,f1I _____
.t ..II been sent to the Emperor Nicholas 'm ; aiH, in cohfirmatioo of this opinion Accounts 'from St Michael's state, that I
fulfil a ni.ute to L >rJhome rOq
Ir. : under These I promise
'afetf* ; persecution. chiefly on account cia comiiiauii-aiiou I \VP !oDst'rvt'tlthal not a hint "fa pa-1 theI itlaiul liHil! declared for Dun Mi
r4'M include seven marquissrs, 22 counts, made to the Duke Wellington ih.it o.fic iv.ture has appeared in any.Lf. the !, The new Governor had landed and Ii.iaS.IiuI.el to'k place. He this as it nny, It IS

*. ).*:>6-.Kt*: 4 viscounts, 9 barons, 2 bishops I and when CoiiMautiue rei'mqiiislimi Uncrown !I hus-'iaii LJulirtin.s. In the mean time, the i iu'agtie : authority in the name of the new I. opinion that peace v'rys)4)\\bemJ.c.Btdtl '
Ptr? 26 officers. which has inspired the K'jsaUn r;illg. There does not to luve -
general appear
.*** Ti I of Russia, an .i iteinent was 'I G with desire to li.stenlo I Iiriendly : from the circumstance of \lie gucceI J rI
\triinriit a a ht''n; the slightest resistance the com
f. i Tho number of private persons in be I ; I the -army, which is now more thanduutej
\tii entered into Nicholas
I to 1 accomnso:!a\on.: had according iiKTce of tlie island met with interrup
";',1' "i i. I prison amounts to 1,:00; of otlicei;. of should! invade TIrk.and sn mer or I to the last ccoiiMt.s from Kuciiarest, he- j t ion. :, tlrt of the Uruziliam. YesterJJY.thelt $

! 1 : J.. rank qf Captain and below, 710 ; uf I Inter nv)k. bis brother sovereign ot'al!! gun TO subside in that city, though It wa- I II.rcadlIS' i (Grt't'u--Tle; : President of Greece has I II ItI1ialiit& uas an express with 4'J'trom.) it,had stall.1.4 pisedtutt tiuUCxjCihJeron : '

' .I"":...t I. Oporto volunteers, &c. 1,700 ; of European Tin key." in other purls of the principality. -I j :) ; 11' pioclamation addressed tit I II I Patrillti-&mons-m'-n many of the Gtj a

" .'t'.: : i'' regular troops, 4,200 ; ol militia, I I I the people: d.tted Paroz, May 31, noliciiig i iu.tii troops the bfbt in the HraziliWifrjvCv /

r .f i t. 4. Volunteers, and others, 0.400 ; and of! Russia and TlJrkc '.-The Prussian I TJie "latest account" howevfr, frmiiMc.ssa tiie :ll1-.'I1) dtciaration
s,;.I.Ci";.,;.:"'..::: ti; .. :. 'officers' dismissed from the army and ; State Gazette to the} 30h! of jtrly and I referred but pacific t Iu ,in as these paptrs, = ieally I I tl'.t-! gu.inintre it contains of the pacification -I: the tings: Allison and Fanc, sitjxl also i iAlaotnc tht
tiling they announce ot Greece. It that the Kmjtroroi
,\ in exile, 980 ; the houses and estates I Hamburgh I papers totlie2d ofAiiirnsibud lie arm a I of muiicn MS trains artillery' I !1C1.si'hid mentions pl the : Caci'llit'. if s1L.' ,.1rn\'s sae at HnSegr.
ace1 at
: : i. '. t of persons in exile, or in dungeons, been received in LfldlU.r11: t: a daily' .occmr"nc It is added that I I [ the Grri-k Government, *'a pecuniar
i ::1.f'11; .. ,' already 1 confiscated, HIU about t ten.fl t former contain a detailed! account ol they are shipped ;>* son as they arrivrtor a-.l wh ch t\ ill iiihilhhly furnish il with t.i- I] hydra ; and tuey are in a irraxy tor tJelDuich ],
: : ,:q : he old Princess Maria H 'P'til.t1, the on.u..ellcf.s which mark fIll! marchof some )OI flit in the Itlack Sea ; and wescarcely I! u.eansnt piovidiug fur tin- most pressii i iI j jwmitsof laJj. The Corvette privateers Matilda are, now stoj>In pcit tin

t ;. the aunt of tbe late King John VI time Russian army from Kaika to need add th.it these immense I (tie army, the fleet, and the { tilt expedition his sailed. Tnt Swill >b;
. preparations Would not be continued it "
of the service.
r; [ 't' is among the number of prisoners. I Bazardjik.It there! Vf' 3 any (prospect of It I. Other IJr.H public I ( be again perfectly' open, as the afJ! -

:: .t'.,.:.'cc" : ,. The following is the title assumed j jby was on the fjih; that the HeadQuarters appears by acci-unis, f roir. the K'npdorn peace. Of Ibrahim The Au"g-burg.ijS declared Ga/ftte lirnsdf'retrV announces that to ; will not durc.to eparaie their fled,"

t\ ,:"."'. :' Don Miguel : i j to which was joined thc Gib Poland to the 22d ult. that several corps quit the Morea, but thai Iu- has: no 'fleet f Extract of a letter, the E'lttoof the Er\\
..\I....,:,'. \".:t':. 1 : Don Miguel! \, by the Grace of I I corps,broke up from the former place. (ot the Polish Army had presented ad- to convey his: troops ; and that the commanders I timre Gazette dated
tq,.: .',' ::',.i'.. God, King of Portugal and Aluarves, !; Tke 7th corps tinder the command of drc&ses to the Grand Duke Consunline of the allied squadron! refused I U BUL"'US :\TL1pS. July 17, isa"The ."l

.:" ,1 .r fin this and the other: side of the sea I General \V crnolTf llowed the of to pe a'h.-Aed) to take palt in the war the aid of their vessels on account of the Deputies[ sailed ouF..Ujl I II> tin
(:..,. ,. steps I against the L'uikg1 but that their request infectious disorders in his the British packt Re(fj; .I", fur {'- J
.: :. : .Sl &, in Africa, Lord 01 Guinea msd of t 1 Ier I the former 'tvod.iys later, this interval! I though cuuricousiy received, had been E+I.YI, June 19 -(Private army Correa nothing tavorabfels expcc-ed from ."' ',.

t;" conquest, navigation commerce of (being neo-ssary to prevent confusion refused. !J""JJlItltRCtGeorie Mauroiiiichaii. son iH. n\latin-lt i is reported harr, "J

r? '.,,: .: ; : Ethiopia, Arabia, Persia, India, in the march of two such! considerable I '1 he,reason of this rpfusal, if true, does of the Prince of the !aflO'eS, A. Nuko, the b-isis of any treaty inej may cixick*
;" ',:,44 &c.1 masses. The Head Quaiters ',not ori. iu.<(e, III all firobabihty, in any and 1iI ull ihree I f with tiie Empcior, I II, the uiciiitaliiiI
', : : were George \liJ WhO were
Frcm The Ballimsrt
)',: k; ; Gazct'e Sept. three days in proceeding from Karas- misptcioo vf their food will, but in some formerly at the head of the jrovision&t i t surrender of'thit I'.ir.da Oriental, tit U
; .l..tJ.' We have given a greater degree of considtialions which cuuviiuxd I IrA
: political may deem have the inhabitants.-This, I am ,
Government, been, to general (
t t.I\"io ,. q attention to our files of the Buenos MI to BHZJ.rdjik, a dist.tnce ol/ SO wersts, lueir H't\t'It-e .U [homt" more tisctuh No ,I jdoubi :nislimeMt, arrested, as well as SfVeMiSpeziiots I other party, will never accc.te to, ,>**

a..I' Ayrean papers than we were yesterday or about' 50 English miles! ; and I as [ ihe { lealrai check the Russian "o* j by order of the President, con. 1 uuy establish a precedent for the .;tnprovinces -
the Emperor is always at the of vtrnaient lias ut this tmraent the j atucnol the L n
ehi\; enabled to do-and, although their post upon *Veved to Alban'uks. The people are l lust iiprror
.): ) )it \ contents are mostly local and uninteresting honor, or at the head of his army, il' C{urt of Vieiir-H! i is the .mxlety of the Ltj j in coujeotures on this subject : and the I demand the same and if I may ju8t

.. : will be easily what lc-r respcci.n G 'Iici: uhich, as evrry the individuals arres'ebe ii-o'ii the revolutionary stale that *4
thi ( we have succeeded in a powerful more s o, as
; : glean- one knows, f i"us of the I tty
u .tiTuts .ih.-trc mj j called! the have been in for some time put<
the influence this must have on tIteSpii'its long to party English of I
ing items.
following famous
piitisoii uf Poland.! The pre.-1! Islet which the ariixal ut Count will nut tail to assert it.- lime BiK
I One of the papers states, that npr.n of his troops. However, this sence of a poiisli% Army in the immediate Capo, d'Isiria, since, and especially since the Oriental was attached to tIme country tIn

the information private letters fiom movement was not executed without I 11"'h'jorhnoit of that PI"VIIICe musl liece Russian declaration of war, has never l : seized upon, and created into an %*

.. Upper Peru, the Buen s-A vretn oppostion: though too slight to obstructit >ianly increase this; feeling, and this ceased to excite distrust ttgaii.&t him. pirc-ana his ambition i i. such, that I J.

Minister in'that country, Dou Francisco in a serious manner. may account for no portion of the. Pohhharmy I'elaJ"I.-A paiagraph: from Slijjo; August convinced, tuat lie would just as k-aye.
On the second the beijitf employed m the present con O'Connell Il'fthi consent lo lose the whole of Ins Jlpasfasiona .' :,,
7ib. "Mr.
!. Ignatio :"Busies, had couduttl.d"l1jmscltin day [ ] a test. 1st, says :- cf itDOMESTIC. .
such a manner asto draw I i smart action tool phice between a There is cf at two o'clock to day for Boyle. I havejusl as to tesaen any part

- ,_) down upon him the hatred of i i body of Turkish cavahy amountingto tween the a Hussein report .an engagement bl'-i had authentic intelligence of the or-1 "
__.j some, ;101'I'm ks, betw
ganization of a plan i i" that town for the
1- the insulting pity of others, and the I about 4,000, who had come from ( iliunila and Van.a having turned out that .
_ ; purpose assassinating gentleman. I --
.contempt "of all. The same paper I Srhiirola, and the hc-ad f-the Russian ry.itp.favnruhly to the former..Other I Particulars immediately." From the Indiana Uost.tI'U1u;,utJO.

:, 1 says, that the Peruvian Government J vanguard, commanded by General accounts in the German papers We are informed by the latest Publinpapery Much so'iciiueJo has prevailed I Jr
represent state .flairs in the
had Rudiger. The Turks were the east in that the Lord Lieutenant haa ordered or
: ,. also.complained to that of Buenos I I assailants a somewtuit ritffcreni Iigtir. Thpy a' ure I week past ou account of the illness
Ayres oT tIle conduct of the and appear to have attacked that a reurlto be made 1'crlliwith of
... Minister I us the plague is making grett ravages the Gov. Ra v. Various reports arl.afl.Jr
number of enrolled
,w of the latter. The 'disaffection of with their usual impetuosity ; ,but the in Bucharest and WalUchia, notwrthHlanuingall Yeomen ifjrough- that ho dead others that L
-some is
: out Ireland in cacti corps, and the a- ,
Colonel Calderon Russians receiving continually fre hr'inforrementsthc the ,ken the
who had precaittioisv by bapp1
i gone Hiis.hjt.ns mount of arms and ammunition-in their cannot recover, &c.Ve are
over to the Buenos Ayreans former were filially to prevent the spreading of the :"
taking possession. inform the that gentle
contagion. It is stated to public a
that the i is
with him 400 of.the best German sol I repulsed, and, during the rest of war by ''
no means From the Baltimore American. this buIT
I sd nt-ar to its conclusion! as some passed through place >
; diers, is the first of the tyrannical I the march, did not venture to renew seem t* expect, but it isgradca'.ly! spread- From Buenos Jlym -By the schooner I day last, direct from j Judianapw*

treatment of the Emperor of Brazil I th* jrtmck. After the engagement i mug to all the provinces of the Turkish Maria, Cnpt I'rott, at this port from the who stated that tire Governor *rf

ja towards the foreign troops in his emi i they retired into a wood about two I empire ;' and that the Chrmiun Serviaas city of Ruenos Ayres the editors of the'.I **"
; better and but little doubt no
and the American have received advices the is
miles beyond Bazanfjik *here Mahometan Uosuians two of Ute to
in distant they ,
ploy-and as a I
I country,
oicist wki-l.ke 18th July inclusive.. They are also indebted pertained of his recovery.
the portions of the Turkish
but fled (
, 4 Hod under such circumstances as those spent night, at the break p0pulation
i4a1 to Capt. T. and to Capt. Jones, a
Me likely lobe embroiled --
.; j : + ,b in which the Germans and Irish are of day, on seeing the Russians i make a get her, to the no small embarrassment io.of passenger, (late of the brig Allison) for I: MOBILE, October,'s

placed, they will, in all probability, demonstration dislodge them. : lUeKussians.AnotheYucccunt. files of papers to the same date. I Melancholy Occurrence -Great II'
On the 11th tHe Head The Commissioners the created in this \\Veduesda/
feel a common interest so that they Quarters !. states that th>i Turkish appointed by was city on HIar I'1
r. were established at tbriressei Buenos Ayrean Government to proceedto by the sudden falling of one of Air.
Baardjik.baviugspentthe.intermediato in
will be likely to make are a of
very common complete state COofDauphui
,- \I..tat
Ie Court of Brazil for the of brick Store at the north ;
time in preparation, and that purpose ,
Awaiting the
$ cause against their oppressors and : desperate valor Strerts
negotiating a sailed in the British and Commerce '
a peace, : J
the Brazilians the arrival of the corps under Gen dis1yt1by tue; l'uzksinthc defence of foundation, and '
abandoning and attaching Uraiiour packet Redpole on the 18th July. They i ilit' north waif at tlie 'dcO'
I. themselves to the Buenos Ayre- eral Roihe before SuMstria, of whichit siege WNS1ttefl.ted and the slaughter with which Hithatjh are 4' Balc. rce, Thomas I and south walls at the second floor feil.
a is to undertake the In the are sutlicient to show Guido, Pedro'F. Cavia !I ly gave way, and the entire attnr Iror'
siege. & other
cndearor -
aDS to gentlemen
I gratify at once, their : Raesafje of.the Danube was aver with injraeuse weight of sfat, II ;
of meantime, a strong division was .de JI ) attached to the Legation, including uu
feelings revenge audio batter their btfit progress towards success, and D. } i &c., burvinj; beneath its ruins a nUI ;
4 tached towards Varna with that the mQrC to 'rancWiCbVriKbt..
orders uf
condition., to- Constaiuihople will not The the wor'kincn, and two young g
markets had become rather depressed tbat1.
____ invest that important place, and as iV Ije quite so easy a multer MS it hit! been Mr. Stephen V. V. 1chuvter ot A eN.1'
I sir.ee the of the Commissioner. : I
Extract lIttler sailing f
of to Editor 0
: of is invpstfd by sea at the same time--- represented.An ?, und the ., niul AI:. am'l. C. (Giifi .
; speculators Pot "lm-
the Lallimorc Gazette. dated Admiral article from Con house of Griffin and Bull, of this
Greig, with the fleet ..under fftntinople, dnted slow in taking advantage of it. Theppinioni
a -'Caracas, 23d August, 1828 his command, having received ordersto July 8, Mntes that the Government still of the people of Buenos Ayres had gone into the buildmy for Mr.the..I''hlet
."I: think that (1111 told maintained bilerice with respect to the in of n cursory exAinioation. .4
neatly relation to
that cflect there} and
_ JOUhas is but too much war. tvlciinsi4cilto peace, were varioun was extricated with his thigh btol'
allow the
t taktin place relative to the Russians contradictory and the result of ihe { f
political reason to apprehend that it will share some, adviinte.i1ere ; mission his body severely bruised. The, a .
a affairs-my i information t is from be the fate and there, for 10 Rio was inyolved "in much doubt. UJ lanchol,. jv iv
of which more
Anupa, and 'of tjio oilier they pud very denrly. The surrender The entertained I companion wa ri
jealoUsieg the interior
Fountain Head General Poez by lrilfin hour of intense labor aoa rS1.i
.tudDr. ,
? fortresses that have already fallen into or Urailoiv, WMH known, and the
provinces against that of Buenos i 1 '
Ayrew.I before liecouM be apptOlwhen .
.- Pena, his Secretary, are nov iho hands of ibo Rtij xiajis.i From Unutd Vitteronnnnouncing this event to 'e very great, and it WaS considered parsed this finally vflreted if was anMy ,
his was
? ere-A Junta consisting of twelve all that h 11 already occurred, it is "SirjUireemorMosie niateris reported to have observed doubtful, should pace bo concluded i I, toa late-poor Griffin "/ rl1 If 5tlllN

like that of Bra-trw, bttntcn tie: tter'9n\t JJraiil, whether it1. gl.lfNlind hfess! Cf' ,

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nnol but be deepl/imprejw wirb I Light HouSes It gifts us'touch pt "nr J. 3acnn;oA, Sept. 27.--Several lot* of the tzAt I LIST oF LETTERS
TTr f I armed and bate ,
'to from the "Notice 10 Mai: >' cicp hJ
.V u" -tu'lj *l. .th ot this citiumbie and i I. which otcervr we in this paper (Him the New- ; been shipped cOtstwwe.. The small KAN AWAY from I REM INlS(; in t
".rtrillg' young man,-he had for and ninny I: York Mercantile copy Advertiser, that tIP LightHouses portion sold here has beeo-at 10 to 10$. $; of Mad-im I: -*;*, on tie 30th day of September
of tin by
fi .ii' U na resident ci'y As tliv in warket is tmall I! i 1828. which. if not taken out -vitl.ia
and .jiud
West Dry yet q'tautity Widow
; tmt'nl auel exemplary at Key Sandy Key il rmilk>n, on the
MS nniisht depot ha'i' TortiT Ri iiavc ht-eu supl.liid \ nh Oil' ; and pitrcha)tis uaice. Wt do.uot hear olany I I It I three months, will be tent Co the. General
for h.tuie
foundation u 7th
r.' t laul the ihHt '' npjuehoiuioiis iie J therefore Le' old Cotton 11fi't'1 itg. Sea Islands remain Julyan negro Post Office as Dead Letter
aMeiined to theri 110
nrc',. IIs:Thursday remaii.s rooming were hy Capt Dele .. entertained by l\laltPr, of vcsjcls I passing nominal. t nun named111U1L i A.-Lemuel J. Allston, William
% i i
:' s quipS of GieuadU-rK, the Huok thr Florida Keef, that either ot these Lightswill Charlcslun Stpt. 29 -There is nothing : Allen William Henry Allen,' Charles
fiui I doing in Long; Staple otlon ; fls ye! nme.f !I
I..rl.'t'I and Fne I and a I b" out. Armstrong Cyrus Allen Benjamin
and oapanip ,
-- ,. KM- new cn p has cone to market .Uplands he dos not. speak }French, i* aged 28 ,. :
: of cititeus, d Tplv ngiet- Adarrrs N. H.
e cot -nnirse Allen.
I\ exit.f Foreign St u'! -Ou r reades will find contiuuabout tn same as I>ut week. year;, 5 feet inches high, has a large I A

'I",.his> in Kinn lancboly who "eie employed at different that "e have flt'"Olf'll much of the pieceI The receipts of the m-* crop Are limited forehead.ihe tight side of it is higher than !,! henry Allen' James R.. Alcon. A.

wv,M.ini8 of the LUlI':lrg. tram the 1 I diii p agC to inteiesting Foreign Nt'b.I !. ., but what is offered goo off fairly ,at 40JJ m the Urft-he U supposed to be marked on P. Afith.

> tit.o fl urto the>xtrrm.Sup ,:'f the rtof. I Tlltst M.il brutt lit us dates much titer, 11 els 5 for one or two lots t>f about 50 the breast *ilh the letter V. B. ,M." The': B.-Heury Bicker, .Mr.. BrinuJacob -

ff ts.tiic.4 .lm st'miraculouslv._ Mi. Dnnul.!j hut we ha\e neither tim nor loom to take : bale*. (",'orilt. mtik ,"br4i.nt.4quIUf' packagc.somuet.iaig ?, said ne ro reads and writes and may hve : Britt, James Brack S. Burgc,
iJuin as to prices of mare h>s oflVrred. Old made a false certificate ct The
ot ("except liberty.
three .lciedtoen,,: xdvantRgr
J ". I sn Hiid lvo or c( '
.,'.. mOle or Jtsf, though not fcttiouslj, in- cotton, v hi h will he found under our Cominercinl Crop u rathtr Lgrected" He quote it at"9 a above reward will be given to any one who H. Bull.Sanfurd J. Bryant 4,

'i1r1.Vai. !I 1 .1It'o.1-"f') will give the most important i 11-.cents.l.1'. --- -. shall apprehend the said negro and deliver :I Madame Le iBfirpn 2, Peter Bell,

iOt1! IraCfl', ove tJ"11 asrjii.ql i all iten S In our next. I 'DIED. him tt tIre t'jore mentioned plunUtioo, Mr. BnmtoQ, \Viam Brown, Monsieur -

I'ie can" "t .Ii.! Hlt'ihtldltlh': disaster, lu.t J or to I: Bdtlongue D\niel: ) Briugeman,
; "L.I. Y. ,
It i i. slated that l/aircls of Flour l At VVilliamshnrgh, N. l.ttur.iTyMoND ; : NDufilho
mlorinvd i1 *
*ii.i- lenilj top *
\H' ai' i : : .
jr. Bnilie Nicholas Brown Daniel
'GKISVVOLD of 2nU Hugh
vuii i :.fif -MI trje suljtct. 1 he hJr: ol l.rtve Iatk! bt-en t'1o.1! at P .iSadtlp li:* 'none p me Rct' .1 ,
... dvllurs barrel. U. S fllfa-!rv. Sqternt'r W. 18':$ -31. E. Burch, J. Bremon.William .
I \,,..., "i' .It. .." P,t. lus l"'f u saoi i- la> at &erei per I'I :
On the morning of the 18th Sept, I if'uf. Ltirchmore Robert lIar.
't1. b,,11 4' t "t' I"Hu'IS hi'c': L'tnj""I'Rr.1 } | ,
,"'. l>> an .:ten.'Mir' ,!iIt II we would fHin The Charl( lon Courier, of the 30th ofSipittisber :! ALLEN GRIFFIN of this ,State.of the U. S. Navy, and anative EL REDACTOR ESl'ANQL.wortl wick,: Samuel Barringtuii l. 3, John

,. oMiiKit b<- .(>.Clihtd lo HIIV want ofa stAtfs, that that City u mere LieuteuHI1'iilin ]
i had been than 16 Burns Thomas McKrun Buchanan,
( : i :"i'i'f'-h':u tho tie, uho e Mf-pei ious lutv lifHlilv than usual at this season of the more yea'rs. in tne 'rS ali5 C'
j; ".1- lo fiinrd aoninjt .r. expoyme of the year. service, and several fni-i met the t-nemv lile. Ifenry Bruce, Jacob Baldwin, James

\\r? anil pio -','ry of their It' lu" cifzens. ."'" during the lii'oar., and "a' distinguished 'I'HH Uedaitor in the Spanish G nottghan Philip IJ'.rT_", Henry

R t!,:ls!e.r. .Sa't'al.-The U. S. hip MaceJtoniar., amongst the Or'iceisof tin??, for a zealous guage k: nmea :. Newspaper, conprincipally //. Bdl, John Berra., Lloyd Jlruan.,
and industrious dischai
r.e of his duties. .fl54j
of short \
--._-, :-'-. -'--- Com. BIDDLK Rio de Jaueimo91hAugust and interesting
was at
: -- -' -- homas Barrvn S. Blake 2.
Fwis hd .
-all well. pade seenmore sorvic.than extract*, ficm oil.er daily papers published -

(; 1\ZE'j'TE : The U S sloop of war Boston. Capt. he li. d, none had mon cnmpMelv in the same city and all 0/11' news C.-Cullector, at Key' West. Wm.

HOFFMAN all well, tailed from Rio de Janeiro gained the este'm.ofhis br<0er officers, which maj be acquired through currrspondence It. Clsuce: I". \. Crtil, JoseplcCotar.Iro .
.. -- 6ih Aug. for \ and none '*ill be more lamtuted by the in order to prevent the reader James look, Joseph Clay, M.
11 Navy in geneial.-Baltimore American.
d. 'o.Norfolk the trouble and
Braco? Olperua'ng so Hunt Cobas William
At \\ iltJlill toli. Delaware, on the 10th Crupper, Mariino ,
T A letter fiom an officer on boxrd of the and numerous daily papers, vfhicu aie '
f Sept Lient. SAMUEL S SMITH, ol tUe U. S. Coon, Ge.rge Cha'prnallVilIia1U
U. S. ship Delawaredated off Malta, June I Published :n large commercial citi. s ; an-1 '
Army, 81 d Assistant Professor el Natural( Pettr
S. A.
18, J828. says-"I will thank you to rEpoltus ( all other nutter which m.iy be oj public Conway, Carpenter,
Experimental Philosophy iu tie Milita!
all wel1!, and the ,'h1p '3S fine ever float- II Academy of West P ,ttr. interest.and general utili.-}. I Cowhen, Joshua Conklin, Thom.isrtini ;

ed.' -ldtm.Tb. .._"..1---' '--.t_0 I The Spanish Ht lActOl'will c"n".m t'i '!iyusf Thom Couins, Henry

B'ig Cherub arrived at Quarantine following, nairtt,IH vi'z : i.ry I hUI" of Coons, Samuel Collins.
at Eoston. left Smyrna on the 8ih July ynd ; .StaTts
\ : importance reUiliirgto the Xnitcd
. ; Alexander Clazton 5 Miffli
r t".voof the U. S. SHIP WARRBV, ifi l' : news from Europe, from South Ameriwr ,

C APT. KtARNEY ; on the 13th 75 'ni'es! W. _' and Islandsda}'. ots"ilir- uf the f'actel"Arrn'.11i Coulter :3, A. S. Campbell, Terrtlt

of CI. ih H'brrcn and Frederick CA lard
OS," .iig- pauji comov kV Clearances ; WiscellaneojwArAdvtttisemctits M.-Crenshaw, ,

( _._ went in iearch of American piopeitv taken NmW; IcI\'s Theodore J. Cafall lIilLrn C.
-: -"--- :-: --: '= :-- Mercantile Guide. ,
,r. : t \ rt t b) i.'u-! Grteks, 'cd The U S. Schr.. Port- and Prices Current '
"f' q .
: .
_M'_ _" _1. 4 Lt. BELL foi Chaplin.D. -
qt J POISE, left Malta 19th July, urOr VeusaeoVu.CLEARED. From tfie Neic
Daily Advertiser
of 'D
- -- -- -- .5 .1- r'I.I. I .-Eben Dorr 2, George ant

11 l L:1: :A\> _OCTOBER, 14ih, 1828.;;, t ti The' U. S. Ship :Ene. CRpt. TUR"F', and 1 --- I We' Juvs received Julyad, 1827.with pleasure, the Thomas Doucliss, Henry M. Dow-

the U. S. bcui. Shark Lt. Com AMUKL W. Oct ktk.-Schr. Eden Mack New first ell J Doufort Jonathan Doarraao
i t ;'i i'us .cur. I rtumDer of a Spanish newspaper just ,

e --= = __:= '_:: --_- ----- I ADAMS\ 'ere at itw York ; to sail l lur the tinequinox. leans. Caigo, bricks, y-S.. A Carpenter.llth. published i1. this city ii is tiled the A ..c. Downs 2, F. L. Dade. 4
\ tSl India Station at'irr '
0 };..till IliiJti who. '\ cotitic'il.* at tie I I The former immediately was' ernl1eQu-iy rc-- I .-Scbr. Marie J McC. Baker, Redactor Epano! tic 'i-evu Fork' and> John .4. Davis, Thomas Delpky.E. .

'Irti'i .t ihe Couit 01'' New OrltihtS; Cargo, 27OyO bricks by to appear 0.1 the lj :>0t... and 30th of '
< Sllj'
r ,a! \a\: v ; eiior poried in our !last ts bound tc Brazi! I the Master. .-John Edgley or A. P. Simpson -
\\-i rl.I, l.1..1 .r 018 aul' upon tie ('si rit'r I II. each month ; thr tune ot its publication .
It will Le officiil SAILED Ettisi.I. .
St'C'hy no publicationin : Henry
: ,
.:'i t'nittc i a.''s' \J!*u! between Penca- being accommodated to that nf the sailing
: another column of our paper that The Oct. 9th-.-t, S. Ship Falmouth, C. W.MOKGA.X ot the Havana I -Pa'trick Fiell, Patrick Freil,
n :i. .iiui At.! t, .1 Ih s.trt to I olJ ln.m it.e; packet The first number
S. Mexican Gnvrrnmt-nt has rescinded the or- L4 roijmman"der on cruize, to i
; a
N.h1':!. :'.It'vt>w mane Ins tscape lirni pn.I is hall lioillely printed, on a -omi white : Ellr'n Foster, Thoinus Firth, D.lvi
I, uer by wl'ich all invoices of foreign goo ereceived touch at Key West. (See Editorial l.)
i, t.rfore s\ utf'tlC"rt 1.Its'd ; was, sheet of a moderate size, and contains C. FrtMtch.
in the Mexican b- 1
wer in're&tit.'d i\cw
pons at York.
311'hr. I, \L'-l III '!ii t. ('ji\ 4ii. T. f"iti> lao T, tloj : in those ports with thr official Up translated articles of the latesl ::" : from John Fisher 2, Alciunder Ofor. Fow
\ I' iHili", Mhi.lid.1 i i" tnt* Diniiii't. and ; ; Sept. 17th.'Ol' Key West & P.ESACO- diflerent parts ot the worlJ, advt-rtisc-

( M ,uiii.o {u Jfiil. li. nHciit !.is s .*.'i'nee at I: ceitificaie of a Mexican Consu'! or Vice i LA ; ill iip i Enterprize, L.1. Hitchcock ments and notices subjects of importance .
i Consul ;u the port whence the goods WCLPshiippd. Master ,to have quick despatch. (; Timothy Gridley 2 Anth'y!
; .
: Ten I ,
p".d: t'r : to
jt. It' .q 1 g \o.n I The oiumnnce h' caused muchI I strangers > lK tins city troii
: For 6/ Markt and Schr
Appalachicola; Gl. J. J. : Suean Gillis
Cuba Cieeui'.ig
: Colombia. Mexico, 5c. Tiie S t.ss, ,
i incor.Tenicnce and delay to merchant, and {pal1-
Splendid Mttm.z sail iu
Day iu few
Tnpfrtiint.J'tra !! its abrop rion wil! cause geneial 'itisfactioa I da\ s. ; a ash). language !as become *6 important in \\' iiliam G iu-st J.lrnes Gadsd,

frrl Cruz.-J.'f''IS to the !0th, to the C n1llH'rc.'ialorld.. Up at Baltimore.! .' the United States, b\ our lncre, .:-.; intetcourse I iMonsitur .ntil1enmrd.i Henry Do _

t) '"f 1.1"e,1 n-reivosl in till (itv.iuz ;; National Jturnala.iam.aaaa With the citizens of the bpani'Jiinlands
.f.'t; u. I Oliver Glisson.II. .
I I .. & iLZZil.-For Key West and St. Marks, and the Grandpe,
1 -raare' a at new South American
J. f'. tld ( : v s th state tat, OH tct
I Bi Good Retain, Ca t Fra'.iklm, to sal1: a'tc.li .-\V IU. ILl 2, Polly Hall.Tuo-
ug 5:
? 'I ,\\';I!',. cii' r.i 19l1 1\J. : ca'ttii I. r. oi- i ( i.C\ \L. : tiut we thiiiK a publication ofhiort > I .
: I un (> or 7 dds.NASSAU. Llii Samuel llamhlefon.ticvtac .
d .'t tt.al Jli.. ... !, d }..t'li UIlIILJUUC4 :.y cannot fail to meet exteiib.ve encourageiiitnt mas its,
- 13th. The schr.
M:.n-rii .tuth.'i ::!.';. ai.d n forced !oz: --- --- -- AtijjuM Only fit-m tho:e who wiSi: to acquire M. Ilofman 2, Robert
Son of II T. A. PeirceM.isiei .
Jeg [. '< ;'i';( mi ..vj.i tt'iitidea ; wi'h the ;n- .i Prices of Cotton. from Il/tlliiDOre, bound, to Pen aco- or cherish a knowledge ct it. Stuik.it.t .-, flazlchurst 3, John Ilaywood, John _

toby tll1'! '.* .ii..!. ii it M..V not granted lit vt,/ Loxno.i, August orh.I the language will read with intcre,: flail Edward
I al!, has teen wreCKed at Abaco. The cargo, Lloyd Handy.
(> ,t I ;,.'4 ('rz' trie JItrcltjjils uij'tty <>r I Tl.c d'n';'id foi' cotton con?i ITICS Ii..mutedtI' !, irnsUtion; of the current events ot the
I Coiiismiiig Slates, hs been mostly t avc< I. J.lines tuux.-i.ui 2.
a: r j". :;c' Jain a !['rrz'l.g scldirry i '.e : .' market li{a\y. The pnici.ases 'if il.c and to where the uiaateruud Ja) while foreigners of Spanish origin or I y L
biutigiit I
our 't. ,::s..:. i : tI! H,4''t'd1 c.'iTijihrtiic. uith i we.'K. endinjj last night incliuive, consists I, clew tae aUo arrived.C'harUtton. extraction will ted the convenience of J.-Edmund Junes, Joseph-, _

.dt, 'IOU .ut.t.aijj, II' Ilial l ji5 bit'dine IUOMs > iof-JuiiBtneai, 4|d a 'lj ; 180 Bod, 6l. 1 Courier. meeting: on their arrival in a foreign land, t Johnston, Mutihevv Johnson, Mr. Jerristm
.of u.. ',. t.-;.e h'lIg4 ('1. had the vcs.tI. : n ''u ; li>t) Surat, 4d a 5; ; 170 Grenada, I Cleared at Nework u newspaper in tneirown tongue. William kson'2James John*

jblelere .t; :'f.r TntcHiH7.ai"us.. ( u a 7;"1. All in boud. I We could wi.h to see the "Hea tctr" b>.
2 2i. Schr. R.xkUnd forNOTICE I .i I.neni M. J.ul1C .
DyV.e su
Sept. ,
,'at' diii.flj. ,. .v to leatii that the I'uitpd LIVERPOOL 8th 4tII1ft.I come tilt vehicle of i'important iuttri-trution *

Cot. ; ati-' SNiji lfa.ii. Caj-i. CLAXTO, al r I'- I In the I early: pal t of the week theie wa AppaLdchlicuJi. '.oncerning the countries cf those for (florae, Jackson. .

tilt ed i.i-if on she 'J.iri Sppfrml-ei. and will! I, a ctt"a.lv. ieritHnd for Cotton, and! in the -b---- wHose. convenience it tias been r.tubh&lieci 1 ..-Jolm M..King! 2'John King,

Grr- rera.u ttioic. to piotect ihe nrupcrly flud fArt four dirr* the sales were cstini tcd nt TO NARttfE&S. I ; and if properly! supported uv i J ann-s Kclj'iM-: Wiiham KLflflCdZ1V.Lewright .
C !"II, 1'1' .*-r Co'j'itiy : and tiut: a i iiei in I The Houses at K West Sandy
ser : l1\\"U; iJa ,c. uiihont any cl. '.g-e price.YU.te1.td.y Ligr.t y have no doubt that it may hereafter be I L.-P KUJHjiun ,Elizabeth
i 'iM.iio.i c( L\.: Fiil.-JLH tu s, ...! .snuihei ud loceived their
thieve uttendlapcedf ct'y' ; Dry TortugH, sup
wu "unh'IOU I
edtbe j > a 'made the means of cherishing a'bettrr acquaintance Luve J. Df Li Run James A. Law.
S'-.j' if War. I o rclw'et'r in gucd timi*. dtakts xr.d spinners and a lvtlyi I pii. cs ol oil fICHU the conuactois sume.day: ,
I between them .nd our own,
I' aH' ; ik that the Military foicc of flemfid whit h Wit freely met b) liol l- previous to the date of the aiticfe which has and strerp'.htnuig the friendfeeling! renrp, :M. Li;,- rtv. '

gr'cii: *,;i'X;" :.:' u-.lv- ,half paitl(-tl.e VavaJ not and the sales s.Ti.ountid to about v : been extiacted l>v several newspapers iiqiu H ',Ilium K:. Laitimer 3, William
ers I which have been formed ai.d
. the? :.:',''!.. "Ih.. rt-ui 01" Hie I late rlt-fiian for I 1! Iiti ; it'there "iSJ}' clmi.gv. in prlcr, I the Pn!;acoia! Gazette of the 19th ult. Noapprrhonsiuna i ottered. already Ltetriiip 2, \\nitiam B. Lynn.M. .
-; 'rs' f j>t / otntry was nut Uuowii.ln need therefore Oe entertained
, ba- t'lltX.' .oh atn (V-arrd if Guerrero i ir' is |i, it vas iti tavor
prop'{ rtion of time sales have been Uplands From the Baltimore (Juzelle, uf fliurtd Andrew Miuhell Charles MilRin
.i. iy ,
< < -\ nntldo d, ', : ,, I and Aluo.t'iias l ; at 6d to 6d. ., July 1827. Iuo.1..1 bno )lach'adoF
: .tt. .M (re I ir.hbtollllg Pro- Supplies were sent in May out-owing t. Thosna: \ ,
ii"w the annexed stateruent v\i1\\ obtrve I
}i you We have received the fist number ofperiodical '
arl1l. i < It.ii: Vr.i Cibz. artig.i 1 ) circumstances; beyond the contioi of the ,' :'l Marina, Jaun Moreno,
, 7 !' < i,\:..i hi nio.u r.iti ;j' ftSnne \\tSI I I I4 Ir tue i'nprr of cotton. of all cle crip- contractois did not reach their destination.A publication called Redactor .

;\ !' >' itf. A T*v r.H\. nlt.ft"I.:, i'er lions, into tr.e kin duin, the first s!ven secoiid supply was forwarded hnmediately E.pa ol de JYurva Yo.1." This papeiissued '. iidwaid MacouibnriB.

ED: I. UIH'4'1'IIII'IlIiliil. then, the firt. I n.oi'llm: of thijcar, lioa lieen 49t 388 OM letirning this fact, which wis received in Nev.-Yurk, and in the Span! Mitchell 2, Richard A*

.. jtir :l-&Lu:? oti, witn fear and titmtbh r:f"; 8guit.it Gj: .l,*8? in the first 7 monthi j jot at the st'\crallighl houses as ahrady language, is i very well got up, and Inm Monroe -, J. i\ Miller, Charles McDuiizeli. _

, 8. t'. 'I 1827. bc.ng A decrease ol f 158.899 bob I mentioned,-N. Y. Jfucal1tilt. the present specimen promises to be at>l\ t .

I. I IhiIiI And cf Arreiriii cotton the import lus -- : -"---! :,.- _-- I edited. Mr. .Lerena. the gentleman vao I N.-Clement Nicolai Henry A.

n'- : ;1'r been 316 715 b:%-s :'; ainsr 489,306 III the .SPLENDID VIEWSAmerican has undertaken .it, is known as a go'ju ,
; I
I tilt" ..f Fal mouth.latmoulh.. b"lri\- period ot iat ytar, uhicli U a de- t scholar and a zealous patriot, and \tines. '

. ttgich 1 i :. t ,. ,- ,' S''It..,' S'itp C I ube of 172.5'Jl bit. doubt not that much advantage will n? I William Nau!le, Lloyd B. New.

ettzUfl&l 'i.: ,t H V.. ):UICA.oi ['Q\11kl' l omUHUIl Some ftuot lilt sales this wetk have Sc ne-r derived-fiom the paper by Snarmrds an1 ,1c112.
1 f' i (i f.eu: 11111 t i,1 1'.1; t CII.! las:.1O1) been n a-lctt Sic iitorand! Exjjoiters.Havre N Friday, the lUlLs October, 1828, will South Americans who: are uiucquaii,':-it O. Joseph O'Connor- JosephO'Neil.
II tk l' I... it.,1. n a touch Key bales of G. () T. f. Grtcl? .
crllZ: It at I A Ii-gust 14.-88 :6igia874c be published with the English and by Americans studying

-, the 'I .. \ wg t.n Lo.,,! ." J'til f'I'th, the ; :.:."> do. LouiMana. IfSAc ; fe9 do.IVitiatp No. G4- Spruce Street, Phjadeip + .he Spanish. .

. "s it 1t: -. .f .2.t C. :i .I ti". a., utlc.-rn JlldiI. It5c ; 100 do. Tennessee SIc. volume uplentiid views of. A1EU1CANSrENIitY It gives us pleasure it all times to announce P.-Peter ,G. Pritcbett or Benjamin -

"ihcror. : .d ,j :- I. li. ; \I, 1Ju.. JAMIS The detu.iiid for Cottons has coiilmued.stead asfolbwsr : any literary effort tending to promote GairW, Willi.iuj Pinkncy. 3,

ti \\, ,i';; .1.,. .' : Ih'tH % 1L'tN LSQ., _";ar4t \ duMNjr th past foitnicht, and our 1. A view of Beck's Shot TOIe011 : general science, and.experience has Franklin P-trkef, Joint Page
j'igeibty \'. : '. .","' 1. 1'\cr. J'r EZQ CluJ.t" :. I toalc,itinour.t lo' .
U.y ( 1 : S.t- P h't\ f.\'T"d "ilh theFalmouth. ('Out-\vhilst our i.ital) importations only adjacent Scenery. fj accomplish this object, than the propagation .
l'.f h' t. oncrr; 'c.f tt't" 19D8 baleIi.'e estimate our HfMi, .--James Quin. ?' ,
, comprise 2. A view ot"t e Light e on Long information through the,medi.i.ii

t mclitint ; 1- 1 ._i. 0r:; ERS piebfiit itack at ubout 4u.OUO bales. Island Sound, with the adjacent scener>'. of It.-LevV; RaiieljrijiiJcyRoberts; ,

-y 'ii ::! .' \\ :.;(...js: Coniir.ur.tl-r. T'.ere serins to be more willingness on j 3. A view of York on Lake Ontario newspapers.THL Samue! Rid lc'Vi11iun. Roberts. "

.f.. :. ,..... :. .. I the holders to effect sales since .
. E.B- ,' --h .;;'i; uvrhf'fi !. L. TV".1 the part of with the fortification fihn X.Kcanty 4, William Resell
f: t. i : I :1 !f'! Pinksr the rceipt advices from New YOlk tn the Hudson : XrrYE. '
: 1 AatJc.'C Lu-.vju'sIKury : 4. Characteristic Scenery on >, '. 2 I; ni. / '. Russell, James H.
lut,% f sr f' y, hll.L. c(. loth of July, which leave I us no doutt, that I River. public property ailvertised for I ,; '
Li "ani1U. r.Taccir.bfr. snail be well pioiided wilh cotton from ; Rowail; 2, jE. t;. Robinson, AM Rod-
H"IIJ" we r.ettci1t I
e A1t 5. View of New London, Co on the 1st November, at Key

t. *-.t'.tB-t. '. F liachc. that qtuirlei--prices, however, remain with the adjacent sceIer'. .. West* postponed until further riotifce. gets, .Thus.. Raxdle.S. .

. }:!'*4' -'ih-.tTMsBreeM'. steady. .9 6. View of Lemon Hill. neir PJukdelib'ia The Eatt Florida Herald St. Alfgustine, .-.: XV. Simoiuun John Sweet,

- "ciL7zr.':!.::/r.-Nafh.V.. Dute."rJol"J. Liverpool, AvgHsi 16.t" cotton market ,I the seat ol Henry Pratt, Esq. and the Florida Advocate, Tallahassee, I. Zabel Rave", Thomns Stearns 2, Edward

.IodH"'i..ftr$ JJ'llt-G. W. Cod\\ls': is rattier flat ; Y-Ot otd during the week 7. The Tomb ot" Washington, Mount will pleaftc insert tie above notice.nce, $e\veli, Rebucca Simpson.
-}: t'rJtl HliJham. tid. a 7d. for Bowed, and Alabarnas have and discontinue the advertisement of the
St 30. I C"l:'!:'s ('le'k -JollU Pei, re, JY. scarcely In'en supported. Vernon. Bend of the Sus- Riche R. Kwijt 4. Rusha Swift.

1 for a .'ilf.J.ii ",''n.- ''illiam I'. J.nts Jobn Liverpool, August 19.Our Cotton mar- 8. View at the Great property. Jesse Smith 2, Gtorgt Smith Albert

jaof : \\i" ,:,. : l'hflllf'5 I'eirc., Gpor ,M. Let has bet-u without interest again io-da\ quehannab. of Solo
esatoat 3 ., I- .ir (' V UIg, N. B. Waters, and the sales amount to only lliOObi-gs, as I 9. View of th& Upper Falls MAIL AHHANGESlENT.FLORIDA Sparrow.
T. Twitcliejl.
I Pa. The! 2
:t' .i aCrDtMo mon's Creek, Luzcroe .County, T.-Peter ,
Ol.vei S. Giiss o, .
LiaI1ehappY ; I -. on yesteiday.A of the Lower Falls of Solo MAIL. W. Turner 2 Peter Turner -
It 10 View Bushrod ,
: 'ia, George. McCretry. letter from London of the 22d savs- .
l' Tuesday at 10 o'clock, A. M.
I'Sittll71.Edward Oh'mi' on. 1 Our advices from Liverpool, repre eat mon's Creek. I Due every 2, James Thompson.

Ie :If'hurs j'ri.. :H.-Illel Pace Cbacr.CcLri the Cotton market as very flat, and a dec.me 11. View of the Catskill Mountains, Departs aaJne-day 2 o'clock, P. M. \ U.-Daniel Urguhart. .
-'rr Lei it Pat kf'r. in prices of |th of a penny." fri>D' the Hudson. '1. !maro
,:--EpllJ'aiml\lil5.! I 12. View of Fort Niagara,,on Lake On. lucludiner' Mobile and the States of -Louisiana -- \V.-Joseph M. _
little businei
London. Auzuii 22.-Very
tario froth the Ligbt House on the British and Mississippi.i Williams, Joseph Walker Potor.
tpolfaS I doing, the sales being limited to mall parcels ,
n.{ '4t :1 -Tbc Otsobfr Term cf of utats at 3J to 6J. anJ Boweds at ''ile best Due every Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M. \V allen.I alan \V uodro\VI ohu Woods

. tl1rr 'in; !> Court of Efcatnlia County I 4! to 4. These. Views are executed In the from Departs every Friday at 6 past ti o'clock, enj.) F. "Wheeler. l BenJ Wright,

; .d I
,- wire, JILL JllfSl iugj- adjourned I J.YtWYcrl... &p!. 20.-Import from jhe, drawings made upon ttoe .,8pur ,Each. __.1 ALL OTHER MAILS. Washington, J. AL Wash
4. ,: : U1'-> TI' fre having keen some douUs 13th to the 20th 'm ". North Carolina 607 ; Plate will be accompanied by. lUll aou J Due every Sunday Wednesday at 4 George
'f'lf.| l whether there "as thereof stom.ke ington. (244 LETTRRS.) : i
.1 rl1lI tn < South Carolina 211 ; Georgia 297; New- accurate description o'clock, P. M.

y., ) !'Ion In ihe County. kgdR autIoi zCd -I -Orleans 32 ; Caithageua 129 ; total 1306 it perfectly intelligible to evtry pefson. Tu and Saturday, at
10 Depart :day
to every forwarded Postage
Skmnizp the h e .nJiilSUcd Letlers not ,
( nlt 5ofl\ultlllnouy.t bales. The iiusinckf done in this article The work will be printed .
iiu.1coratr JUri 8 o'clock. A. M.j'Letters
f |"II ht'.n an Orderonthesubject.uitha I since the 13th inst. (the date of our last report Subscribers in the first style ortsupenorpper I I being paid :-Isaac Ramuti- Ham,

"P' furil Plw h, .'ch *e have. been obligingly ) has been more extensive than for ,and with a handsomely printed cover which are not deposited burgh, Germany ; Mary Ashe* {slarid l
; *1> for lM'tIication, for t I.inlurtna'* sales iu all subscribers at the half hour before the regular
t1'aJf tint. "r ionic weeks past. The amount and delivered to one of Jersey- Elizabeth 'liuulstutt', StJohn's .

; Jdrt* ltUI l'atrots.OrTT. to about 4000 .bales, ': consisting- .of-.2000" very low price of One Wcr per copy. time appointed for the departure of Newfoundland.; : .

)r1 (e1 !' COCHT f:. C. l. bales" at 10 to J- 1.& cents, mostly Jut and Flexible coverswill be Uedfor the:country the: Mail, will be detained until the ,

ry$1gbCfP October Term. 5 lO& cents ; 1200 hales Tennessee and subscribers so that they' ca 1.rJJ' be Safey Maif unless it suits the convenience NOTE The names in Italic are of

of Prreiit Hen. T TWITTHEL JUlltC common Orleans at 10 to 11 cents ; chiefly sent by mail. next ; persons belong.nj, to the .failed State**

O 16 to 10J cents 600 bales Atabamas at 10 PosttJasCers. and of'the Post Master to mail -. '
tff" ) JJ'ERED. that all I the Jun'icesofthe ; ( Any gentleman Naw. .
4tbt1'of dtly commissioned and sworn to: 14 cents for export, and 200 bales very other., who will interest themselves to them sooner. W. Haseli hunt.

till S HI.chlltd tht aU orchined l\2in81; of fine Uplands and Alabama at IIi to 126. ten subscriber and' remit ten
. procure On Sunday the Post Office. Mat
wb* ti't (iespti in and Orleans 12 to 131 cents, for home use. theEditor, stjall receive" he K7
IJ1 or.ltch 'y Itligious S'If'tV f'f'guar of cornrntlnI'in wl\h Prices here are rather lower than when dollars to the very tiatteriug patronage will be kept open for one hour after 1- .-.31-41

11b' tCitJ"tv b &they are Cllrili.nitvwitb-hf'reb uthoriedad we last noticed them ; seller generally topicFrom already revived, (1": su\ncnbct"5 the arrival and assorting of the Mail ; '

en..j1t, .. lictn'td '0 v"lemr.ize the ritls'u having yielded to terms, less favorable than having put dO\"J uUteir Imc )tlMii volume and letters will not be delivered out ,L JCOTElOfc.I :)

, or Jdsr,1cari1. ,!;:".o.ny. :1 rttably to the act of the they were before inclined submit to. We will probably be succeeded by another of the office at any other time oa that DO berchy con tituu and ap.ioi ICapl
tegl New-Orleans
l tl\l. quote Uplands, lb. 9! a Hi; be en-n&, d.- '
Counei|: 13th day *oon as the Plates can M. lawfil.age.M .to ,
proved, as Ciuppi-r my t
t.l 1C day.
13 Tennessee 9 be "
a ,
Stpt. IDj a ; ; .*\ '
> A. I). 1L 22. All ouler trombe co'aniry Hasell Hunt tran<."t all by/nt" '
.1 10 a 3l.Baltimore. v. ,
faf"d. .Lt: ,, fr-Jt. the Record. promptly) at tended to. Address for me, in UK Territory ol Horida.

, an or' .1. G. Drake Sept. 30*-Virginia", prr lb. T. K. Gieeabauk, POST OFFICE. Pod Master.Penwcob 29;.: 4J. ,\'D. Baraett.

; a 4,5-, 10 ; Upland, fair quality, 10 n 11 ; Louisiana : itrftt j/a&1k.. 'I Isi October, 1028 00-31.
j). Cl:rJ:. 32 a 13; North C"rolin.a, 10 a 11. 0 / c 64, >vce

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0ii1UT Madeira) Wines, Cordials ,'c. l'l"P( J\"t.
__: :-_.: ::-: T3 in the side of-, Just iiere t' from
--- ---- -- Jcction Schr. Orleans
i I Ii RECEIVED per For r.arTlIi71g the JHail3 I
lU8JNG. i IMrs. Akins-here, my good tody.1 I i ANO p "esiion given on the ltd Slates q tit
.. twill
--- ; If I had anoihor child, I could show t first dM\ Sf lj,'cmbtr ntxttltel..lWt 10 cases superior Old London Particular f17I thtfJllo
i Phrenological ccue. I you what I mean in a nwmtnt.I proFert owned by John fIIleItEsl. Madeira inc. be received ot ,Azng G
fetch B ', and now in the OCCUpancy 10 Old Port Wine. Post Office, until the
A Phrenologist's study-Castst Brr I Ie Mrs. Atk.-Run and your on the ) 25/1
I "' In .,,-Sl1:1:1S a ( roCe'yI 10 Cherry Brandy, Superior. vcaiber nat, inclusive oj N.
and Skulls arranged round the sister, William. of Dvelliofl"!HI. House-for terms ap 20 '. Cordials, first quality assorted in I fJ::

4I Room. ;'I Dr. Brain.- )',t1lrn I can explainthe I[ Store and I the cases 1 doz. each. In Florid

lb DR. JBBAiy, Alns. ATXI*, ACHILD. I. differoncej'lfventure to say there py! to N. II. .:\.llcn.i i 10 Wine Hitters. I 150 From raila'mssee t0 5

z. 5 old Holland Gin. once week, 22 miles. t. 1c
\ is not such a combatiwcntss ..'{ :; Demijohns superior
PonsacoU,6ili 1 SJ'II!! I '
_ Dr. Brain.-Well, my good Mrs. j I cloo't! you po for your sister, my little ___ ---:; : _-- 3 Barrels Cherry Hounce. Leave 1 Tallahassee on T.Csd
6 Half IJbla. Anniscet: M. arrive at St. *
Leltcrs. Peppermint Marks ?
? 'i
. Atkins, I see that you have brought I man, as votir mnnia bids you New Orears( Bmp Leave by
and Cinnamon Cordials.For same every Tuts Jf f H.
'::4 t your son to be exam lu>d. |I Mrs.! Aik.-Why do you stand In comp 11'- with insin riions! fiom Sale byV. and arrhe at Tallahassee dly bvVnI

Mrs. Atkins.Yes, Sir if you will 1 there like a simpleton ? Go for Fanny I the J I\"t. "ISIf'r Genera!, letters. coming-ratedwith 151. From Pensacob '*,
I. ill he
bv Vc.sl v. H. NisbeU to C
I have the goodness. Children are a ; this moment. I I from ii"' VI'if-ani. That,.thv' vMllbecl-ar- Ala. once in t wo week*. iO mil.'IIIr

great pleasure but then they tire a j i Child.-Pray, mama don't be angryI : cd for land the nstag duwnce r. ,s hid. they come over I I Pen 'cola Dec 20. 11127I Lea\e Pensacola every othert\

; great care ; and a widow 'specially alone .I -1 am Fanny. i the Post nmir bciwein New Orlciiu< am I I ( (}.,11..J1 E JlJl.iJ I HOTEL 1 19 dabiitGP A. M. and SI.Leavf arrive. at
:ftfrw! womnn, ca lOt help feeling anxious i I Mrs Atk.-Oh, dear me dear I Mobile, or between New Orleans I I.and caine I In rf'C HIS House. lately occupied by Maj'r.Jl. I Covington even- "

::.: : about setting them out in life. i I me This is oue William's unlucky. Kr at the samrnlea-iHhey mile lanu. with the add l. THi.tAS"P.IUUT, was opened on (lay at 6 A. M. and nrrjye at otl-aer\r

': To be sure, I have only my twins a tricks Get out of my siglit, you over as many bv to thr Captain; *. I the 16th of February, by the Subscriber : Thursday at 6 P. M: rtn Mcol, _
-J.f2i and this but still it is II What will tion of two cnm, paid who respectfully solicits a share of tlie Pa- 152. From
girl boy- a great I good-for-nothing husscy. Master* or Coi,:mamcrs of vessels arc Alachua court
\ 1-- of the Public. All which the loralities *
: trouble.-One does not know what I The Doctor say to be made such a fool I rcqu'ird to deliver nil letters at tt:- !'.$i rront; shall Itl-cL Creek to Jacksonville,.,nc 0tJIe
afford he providedj
I studiously tat'
t { is fittest for them, poor hings of? I Ofli. e, under ihrpenally'; fixed by t-! 19t IiI I j i and every attention devoted to the quiet and LtaviATachua' court hoiis n
All letlerRphirh I
t da af A. M. and
O1Jce Law arrive
Dr. Drain.-Phrenology is precisely Dr. Brain.-Make a fool of me, Sec. of the PMt will comfort of those who will favour the House at Jlcvon ;jour>
th ,
} relate ti any pnt of rprpi Wednesday uloonI.eaye |j
what will ease that trouble, Mrs. Mrs. Atkins ?-I should 1-ke to sc I : ** f, ctcf their with a preference. same
l'Iit:.t: Atkins. Our discoveries tend particularly the person that could do that. It is I 1 rt'lttilig be dclivfre! to :11. cat go will I "bt- judged of bv.! An excellent Billiard Table, attached tothe o & at .\.ac I ma every court Sunday house at on r Il'r.ftrrlv **
establishment a
occupying separate
;1 .J to that point, by observing II not all the tricks of mon, women, and I the Post Master bv Ihc external 1)patI building will contribute! to amusementwith I by6P.M. Mc<&

'::1l and following the natural indications. I. children! can put down phrenology.Hut !I ance of tie Lottrt satisfaction., or from" the fact biiig out interfering with the good order and : 1.,. From St Johnstown, or fluff
'..A.Q f My friend Mr. Hewson, I think sent I If [ give you warning, my good proven t his W. Hast-ll Hunt quiet of the Houte, and private parties canoe I. St.Lease Augustine St. Johnstown, once in two Week 11
I I1i accommodated with distinct rv
? madam that"whatever trouble always a ry oth
1. to me ; you
lf Pest ltl asler. ;nd arrive at St. Augustine "
I' Mrs. Atk.-cs, Sir ; he told me may !we with your son, you will sitting room. M. onGI' Moni 1 1Lc Jk
OFFIcE, There is on the premisef?. one of the bestSfnbles I
;. ;nl t that by looking at the hoy's skull- I have more with your daughter. I POST Fen
1 Take off your hat, William 1 and I was never mistaken in my life, rind I II Extract from the J'' st Office Lair. I strictly attended to.JOHN I I A. M. and arrive at StiVOJES.JohniOln_It

... a feeling the bumps- I I there are organs in that little noddle I (Part of Section w._) GAILNIELL.TE1IZS '

tt Dr. Brain.-Organs, my good ma- fit to belong to Joan of Arc. Good I Nn tage or other vehicle; wliic'i' regularly .

dam Call them orgnns.r. morning Mrs. Atkins,-She'll filIowI I I l |rrforms trips on a Post-road, or on a I I 1 The I'OIbsftor ( enetal'
roal parallel to it.shull! convey letters ; nor I Pnard pe..l\lontb, $ 25 dite the .Mails and alter the :
.& :t't Mrs. Aik.-I be3'rnrpardon, Sir ; the drum, I tell you, or, very likelygo I I
other vessel, I val and
shrfl any packet boat, or Day Hoarders, 20 departure at any tiiredurJJ
1; I will. Mr. Hewson said; that herself Good I
; by to sea morning. declared continuance
wlicb re UI1..lopll! (* on a uatrr Dinner 75 I the contract, by
I" r : feeling his hump-organs; I mean- Make fool of a Phrenologist, indeed! I to be a Post road, except such as relr.ff to Breakfast or Supper 37-i I ac 1. q iate compensation forvqex pavin!*

, ; you would be able to tfll me what to .- -*- -- -------- some part of the Cargo. For the violationof Horses per day 1 25 I pense that may be occasioned Iherchf,

do: with him. I should like to bring Vines for \ ineyartls.2OOO this provision the owner of the carriage per month 20 I 2. Seven minutes shall be atrowedh
Grape i or other vehicle, or vessel, shall incur the Pensarola, February: SQt1' 15C8 -45 tf
\ line like his openingand c the
31': i him up to grocRiy Vines i penalty of fifty dol'ars.! 30-3t I osinp Mad at all cftQ

: t1 : father, and to take him into the h.isi-; compri, -- :\J (-.11 1\0\ jlt8.rr I u-J'ere; no particular time :s specified
. 3 For fiteen! .
time but the L cverj mrmles';
nessat a ; boy it dt"-
; proper the choicest kinds for subscriber has for Bale few ,.,
) sing COTTON WEIGHING. : I1K a pair arriving, atterihe time
.1 foolish book calledRobison ( prescribed
I has read ill
;c! t seems, a llulIrlL the table, offered for sale I'nilers a<; from 1heIOntnfactorr Q
!! ar? I Sutfar a sample contract, the contractor shall
' > AT Tat BASIN, NF.W-Ont.r.A\S. I forfeit L
: t Crusor,& is wild to go to sea. by the suooenber and the terms will be : THE tn-rnuiu.n, has : and can supply anv quantity t dollars. ; and, if the delay continue

) 1. 'i, : 'Vhy don't you take your hat offVil- made re sonable in pioportiori to the been regularly appointed : tn order. F II. NISBKT.r I the
::tij t_ Vam, and let the Doctor l look at your quantity desired. The selection of these the .'>f \ i. fs l j i 11\*',. */"* I.-s. O.**'v..-:"i fi O-tf I by H trip i& I lost, a forfeiture of double*,

:_ i'i organs 1 lie won't hurt you, child. vines has been made most judiciously, and Weigher of Cotton I LAN) AGENCY.IK I amount allowed for carrying the miHi
ith of the climates the
! 11r For all he's so bnld and I full of tricks, I Ii different\ a knowledge sections of the Union. The larded at the Basin, New-(ldean:, p' subscribers have opened an of- mutto trip, shall oe incurred, unlt-sMit sliallk!
) that
the shame faced before rrorn the first of October next ot which I App ar the dehy Was; O'&.
: f' boy's as ; company have been obtained from every ccuntrv ; tire for the purclne and sale of: sinned DV Urt voibblfrrfer.t!

' 'i!; as his sister. Hold yourself, where the! grape flourishes, and from every he hereby notifies' the Planters and Merchants -I Lands, at St Augustine, in the! hflu"'t for- .- the arrour.t of for ; lit rtAaye
"\ 1 ,riHiam.JI latitude calculated to meet the objecisill I of Flrr ria.I mei occupied by Col. Perrault at the I. torfv-jted. 'I henc f'r!.-itire trip i itliD win!!<,
VIeW. Above 60UO of them I J. \V. Bin south \\t-st cornet of the public MU._ I I'I ,
; Dr. ttrain. How old! is the young are ?r'na ty. ITT : o.:strxed, arc tiimrLitu.uid ,

. gentleman ? very high northern latitude, and will be Pensacola, 14th Sept. lS28- s-5t.SEASTORKS. whore persons desirnu.-; to : -:onpii.h c1therjjurclia I I! the failure of a trip, bIlr. !* >i'rv-ptf hb'e! f..
: found admirably calculated for the middle l 'I !e or fale I ? of real estate, arc the ic.cn't
: Mrs. AtJ .-Twelve I come next nnd northern States. One great advantage requested *,o 1 leave their commands.: I of pt-raltv; ':P-T ii l'I'Ir.r! to (j.pay j.
1 Inr
"L1flOl{! i : I\1icli1mas.-IIe's. : but a shrimp of athing with rlg-at'd to the .vines. tint the) I I 01. &c. A lung residencin the Territory oflPlorida I[ .!sis: Mim one-trip., or the ct 1e. ;>o-L-r2i'res: !I'> ndi'i 3teJ-i
i. f $: In spIte of his treat spirit ; too arc on the spot, ready for delis cry any I II F Subscriber has juct received per has enabled llie siicrrber! ; 'n j r be remitted.

tJ : puny by half for a boy. Fanny and: j I lime in October; desired.. Those inttr-I T: Kli/i'ji-th from New U'Jctns-m.i-: : become intimately acquainted \'. ithi mJrI I 4 Persons
: ested are particularly invited to call and I ly yti the individual cluirs to land. II thi? I I r'iki'g pnpr'als aretocp
1 his of Sea Stores : :
king assortment
he are so alike, that if it were nut fortheir very ( iTrd :'j statitl.rir i .
: ,t view llrein.. I districVvellasto! their titles. k.flO:1'I I v
':1 : clothes, we should. never know coinplt-ie} : I 'I hr.sc v l.c contract w.l r'r"-eiv- '..hirpffu.
.p' William Prince Mniurcmi. in basketsVeriiiiccih cjuM'Me: ', and relative otle. And the in- :j
;d, t:, them asunder. But I suppose; Doctor I in boxesrnyeiL' r.r"'>.h: applications made, tor i p.formatii I I. ..rtc ih, -In the r.lfnli,. ft ,it.I'

" i: ,l that only their fa cos 1 I take ittheir Froprittorof&nLiniieczn lJ=!flnic (ianlent I. (- cheese '". (mill r% ery p rt of t'.e: United St1c-, \ovt mber/ind rcrtlf'r! liOitt..r.
".. at Niw York.I !1 the -xprrvuioii iil{ e: ch CtZJHt'9.
>! Mushing :-
: \I "* i bumps-I I beg pardon-organs-- P i'.e' ;r.use ,lo.Ha niorr rvpeciuMy: I cS /ectllJb" snjj.tr; e-tj it
.41.;*\|' arc quite difierrnt ? September, 1828293t.Ttivito'j :"i ?>:. Prut's, Almonds Jius" induced ti! MTi to believe, that j n srablishm'nt 5. No otl.er'ba't! n free rhitf pen

; JTqbiTin8 Dr. Brain.-Undoubtedly rood I ("I I :arnp.tij; \Vine1'amiii of tins kinl!, could! be rtlltid- I sail! be eni; ICM ed to cry t'!e n.aii.
\ *: my ed useful to the public.Ail C. '\ h* !! *
re iner
Flo'tr I pro r S to tvey
*iu8: Mrs. Atkins. Difference of is liltmda. _
( L |
: sex orders directed them for ;
HI' do halfbbH. to copies the mail iti the I h':(!> 0rI > tacf: C1,
: ;.r1i attended wilh difference of ficii!r.c WESTERN DISTRICT ; j Sugar, C'lla-e, Sa't, Pork of surveys, ih'iiH or plans. a.s weilHS other I:I '.cce, he is eL-bired to stat e it !-nhls; rr"

r't"$, 1i ,, The preceptive orpins, for i nuance, I Jackson perior Court.John 1 Mackerel, N). 1, ait" No. 2- liilor.n ition, on the thlvI"j 't111 h- .I sij-* ; r\r.il t's i;e rr.t.-t be nf s'imeis'.sv l

i sf.'I;.':4 are nsmlly! more dcvclo''e'i'm, WIJIC>ir Sn.ilh; I IV5. Superior (.;-)slt! n I'ut'.vrUest fm.'II..ttHIut: flel! .v. J.fMers, pus* .I ::nesscoirnodate no-rv.e e'rrrd; : t03t
. "h } : f'inc'nnriti covered Hams p.iid, direct':d! to tiie /M'ttlJffe.cy, St. I II I jcvvn
m:., ''il the I reflective in men. This is qaite Cnl1lpf1infl1lt1 1 Inf1el1ryOneal P-.r"c'"Y
t. I \.'ii! receive due 4tteiion. ;
.I J Hucon. ii". i/y'jr.i.- I (1
.t'.; i ;..... ., a hoy's* forehead.I l.-tI Si r, *'*-.t1 & Concert..Icbse I Middling T. Fey: .0r"t. i riy ofrfl n hi; Ii'\
," .1 Mcfcrs. I Julius (1'- JOHN! LEE U'MV.H.LIAM \1 to inwkennv 'rr.'M in the trI
("': :IJl! :': -1 me fed. I siinll do von: i-o J.i'M ; D f.TtlIt.J Pcscay.Pensacoh I tIlpr.\

.1.,: ': t. ....\l. [The Doetcr feels I the I ciO.J'--: !!Pa'l; i, 2';I T appearing j ; to the Conrt tbnt! the Daff .. 2Gth. ..-!I). 183 -5U-tf. I .H.. hAl SMFIIA.NCIS 10.t 0S, I portation:..'. f.i the n.aiF!, from tie! terrjclf
.' :.. I -. ;lam Ji-ssee I I -d. ai to te: rt tnr. G;'
Mosc-s -
resides of
" ,
;l-M. : MrsAtkins I vralks I r.bout thco Dec. 27-h. 1827.--14-lf I .: it. i'r' h. '
I C.":' 11./j tbiri'Miri, am! |I.a. not answered the I 'g' P of" rquiired or t frt"i
'J1If.". ,.;. 'J looking at the casts t ana taikinj; to i I'l"! ',' t.pn>plai'H i in his C:(ISP.i I X"lU \;, I Rt"fe1'f n" ; 1.r yot ti.,- trifs f.pr \.ek-wlicl1.i

..: .'. brcii.i'Irs..] ; ii !1.OI'.lercrl: that unless *fe do I ? "S 1;ci Ier:tion.

, PaJ'l Aik.-DP(I !mrj, lnvv: shuslly; : I apl'f'he', ,' rn or b' fore the firs! '1oi1a' I I J1 the F.M-.t'iibit ComTv Court, I shall I I it-legate !Tron rlnritb.: I The r.rrr.ht'r! ff! !le prst route sbl! '
feX* ot Fr.bn apply for I IHers of AilminUfratinn Mr. [Ienr\ S. 'i'unner, I'liilarJelplii! stated in birj
!& these f.ires look, ;Is: if t th"y td; heel : I'. -\t, yrd answer the Coni.TIaI13lIt' i uponi ev' ry 2nd tie! pror'Tuist *
'"%"*? ol I : I the K tnteof jeimtcl J. Alston; \ Jun'r. de Doc's.-r Hr.isb, S>w York, : br se:4k
; 5 i ri j ;I.:: tK- same will he taken lbrCOUttSSI (} : nd directed to the Of*
;>i #;**: chopped offjust unJer ill!'. lin; \\ t.rt' j j :{airot: I hI1.111'1! the matters, I I ceased. B'nllnl K. Bee, {'narlfton: ral Post Ofiice. [. i n *',isd "fropcii's-1' '

Ihl\.,: the poor people all 1 r1'icd 1 J j thereof decreed nceordiiijiy M. 'rapper! Mr. .Ir..fes Wi'Iiams' dtimO'o ,. Strict; attention niu!t be "'."pn If) the r

_ ,::4'ce-j i 1 'vonder PorhniK they're t'ikeii j And it ,8 'urther,ordered that a copy o' Pensacola 8th) September lyih'26-6t. I fl('rsen"ent. a<* i it is not interned to brf::

*:tsisist : from tho French folk long: lED that ,j this Order be published in. s-nne public -- F. H. IVUBKdS J) E'I 'i r.e seal of anv prnpn.fnl '.-.fi! ?!icti3itSxctivi

:.. ,. v J wera guillotined That skull looks ;j Newspaper of thin IVtriet. for four I leave to :Inform his Friendjnf I : : g' bd-; shah hii-e c xpirrd.

:. { : for all the world like a horse's. months successively, onc'. a week. Hi1SIl BKEF.CAXTON.MF.5T I Customers, tr.at he hns r- 8. 'Hie Post ?!asterGt-neraf! rtierrf11
l commenced business! at his Old : .lir..s'lftht' rig!;: dccfanns: co.'I.:1d
" 11. M. >ROOKr, i'l.ORIPA, ? St-in- :> nnv
; Have I horses I like cliriitians ?
:, ; bumps ; Brackenridge
f. ,. .V.ipnM Is:, 1823 $ I r where be has for sale a very got assort t r-.n (-!:d, 'hl'never or.c fiire! 11 ?r'
I..:', :" Oh the wonderful works of nature THOMAS. KALTZELL, Judgr. I. : WILL receive Proposals; liil the 31stol nient ofFresh .\ Inch nticnnts let the !'.:C? of a inn.C. .

..: ".' : r. Dr. D.JIU.Iflr!e diftincfiuencss S1..far CfW;p't J ol October ensuing-: furnish tue I Seasonable Goods Tl-r distances MaWmit slch
combativcncss September 17th, 1J28{ -iy-iS j ot the Ui.ited States that I I :,.
l. Troops ,
1"! i -a prodigious Army have b"en coniinnnicatcd to this ($;',
., -- -re, or n:'* ,l-.r, stationed a: Cantonment I Iliuukt. Received bv tb1! btpqt arrivals from Ne\\
,... Jtrmr.css strangely developed-ad/a- 1'i i y { some of then1 may be i -coiT'c* ; en &
:r:1. ( 'I \ Ie3tfrL Iistrjcl -r '.\ ,!h York ar.d Philadelphia. subject the conlr fepurtrnent *
ctor .rform
: ) must
I 1;.: siveness sinai! Really Mrs. Atkins, i 3,;> .Ind 4 Point Ulnnkcts
p-M-tr II t/fich fiii iijitjicriur (, |I FKESli) BEEF c?'t-I! e ') v. di not be stable $
Myfil: > this boy is the most striking instance 'n.rt.s 7-4 and 8-4 Striped DutHHd Blankets for
*?: ; ? of1he truth of our science that J ever \ViHiam T. Kilbce.Comjjlt; / i I ''O'TI t1"1 !.' dv January: 3329, to in- 1 bale superior Betvr'llitllf'Y do } iiny '

'.' ,.,ii'.:.A riM' met WIt. h.m the I thousands I that 1 I have I vs- fIn ChjncsAntoipe }-.''. II dude: the Sl.-t ::L::. of LVct'nmer, I $2'). 3: hales t\ bite fi Drab Hushing )jI .!ie 10.time No f bd" receivir sh-jH!! be iids\\ :!fu1r.flfl h\t.}
; st.\
Pi.ilibcrt, Deft. J I i!tHe'r'wii)i i."Tfiiiireil to be ci lh-rr- I Hue' and tilarlc imperial cloth bl"-1 i
examined. I the ;
i neversaw propensities e to the! I'rt'w() d'vs in each weekthe I and pued and "h'njld' :r.y percmatte rctde\ .
: miKf cassimeres sntineUs
T I II j "f1r?-
p :tpIWlring- the Court taI, the de'iMuIunt ; Hh { the I!
so strongly indicated. Let him I ; fial"ci .. : 1 cont=\ct at his Lid, he s'rJ -
he ,
d.nsto such
t (1'b ) 1'1 } go to sea by nil moans indeed it '. District, :i,vl,)Philiberl.ivsidcs hils not answered cut the of bill ll.is ot I tit) ntsliall o be I't'qhi.t'dlur tliciritations: I'I. prints ; 7-8 and 4-4 Irish Ih.eii ; Irii j! !eld responsible to Jl-r pepr arlltlt.f.'*
l'l the diirrrice bet ; and 16*
h-s b-i
I :
would be of no use if you were to try j complaint filed in this cause.It Iii earn. day And 1 deem j it, necessary to I ItflM ; dimities ; uper C-4 fancy r.-ill ern 1
which the
to keep him at home. With such a is therefore ordered, that unless Unsaid I apprise: tlit .v who mry choose to o :: firmness and sensitiveness defendant I to rontrtict fi-r the supply, that the Beef ; bjnck and colored bomba/elts af any c" ntrnct, witiioitj'rnsr.t
he here
J large, I appear on or before I I of the Post-Master Central,**
will be to !b.ofilie heM, which
the first of I required printed bombazetts and flannels
-- Salisbury
; would certainly run Besides it Monday February next, & '
-- iway. I an the market can fiord, and particular! attention I forfeit it-and ;r a:! 'IIS'\vhere up'lion
1I'erh aborted
spool cotton
would be a thousand Here complainant's bill herein, the! I ; ; cotton bnll.c is made &
ii pities. to the to
must had the thereof j Department
I same will be taken for confessed against I butchering bcaverteens, linen cambrirs ; cambrtsJuliets
!o .i; are all the organ that make a great him and the matters thereof decreed ; as a rigid; inspection of it will! always i ; 5&roqe hdkfs; black Italian crape : tlon, a trtOfethe tenns must be tu
accordingly. -
If J warrior, a superb disiinctiutness be made. I flounced robes ; gingham! d(), spider nets. t
finer combativcncss than lord And it Persons offering' to contract will mute: threads Rut SSioiiid! a con!rtctc' cr his nj en! 'f'r
f' Nelson :I is further orclerct, that Q I patent *!* diapers plan nn 't I should like to have a cast of the I of this older be published in some p
1.\ : I newspaper (;f this D strict for four months I to me at thin ICe, stating the I Irate tania hdkfs., comp'y fla ;s, h'ired crape by exprem on hs mute, rrorf J j
'httft in hid, for which pidly than? the ma I, be fhall forfl-H
i boy.Mrs. successively, once a week. per pound, a single clrf"uf ; white, brown and mixed: coltt-r
,i Atk.-All, well-a-riay H. they will furnish, and they shall he informed half hose ; white and mixed worsted ann contract. i.
Dr. Brain. M. Bracken ridge of the of their 11. If a rout- should hscostn: J
Acquisitiveness acceptance
-fj.! I 1 strong Proposals lamb's wool do ; fine linen hose, ladies br.i
frtiik: toot! : TBOMAS BALTZI-U., Judge. I cither by letter from, or on personal white and black cotton do lead, slate, by t oppress, or become ut5eIi',ill
: Sol. application to, me at Cantonment lirooke and black! or in part, in the opinion of tl.e P09f-H:
.R ;"- i Mrs. Atk.-Ay- ;y-what's that 1? fvr Compft. worsted do. plain and camblct
on the day abore mentioned. ter he limit or dnpent':
' 1 Dr. Brain. it the desire September irtb 1828.-29-18t. cloaks furniture check, bed-ticking ,tI. may
; S! -Why, means the service of the en ms1"1
; I ILFesIern John Page Lt. & perfintcotton ihrrtin oil clots, black contractor
to which in a boy him an allowance of .ntflJj : possess ;
I one
IteliIrl1' bomoazines, f belt ribbons
I District of Florida, Ass't. Com. of Sub. :ncy black nnd
: shows itself in love of
a mar I pay.
: I Note.. white satin and mantua do ,5-4 Irish shirt- .
' '1 bles, and apples, and nuts, without Jackson Superior Court. after the-ol.st No Proposals of Uctooer will 1828.be received inp.8.4 damask, brown linens;super black! :12. The contracts will all begin *a a'

.)|.fi3f i being very scrupulous as to the means Willam T. .Kilbce, I i i5. 23-lit.fMHK and white, plaid and striped, Haptistc; rv. 13.1t.Post-Masters 1829, and continue who receive two )ears.* Hvertuement J I
/S\'r } by which they are acquired. comprt.l In I, printed shawls and hdkfs ; printed Water-
\ Richard C. Allen & too shawlsfincjr dl"es should give every Vjf\\
esnl1ns thred
J:- 1 .'E. ; Mrs. Atk.-Oh, it's a wonderful Terry Alloms and Ting | Cl mccr J' Subscriber has just received per linen gloves linen tapes, Russia shirting, who applies, an opportunity to rcd'

: .t', : art Sec William, how the Doctor Robinson &c. D rendallt.l. J J. Elic.ibeth, Forsyth, from New-Or- mill'd drab cloth; blue, & red stroudj, fccc John McLean,

_[ / r. finds you out. Yes, ho-I take shame J T appearing to the Court, that the De. leans, a very large assortment of Groce ALSO, Post-Master Gt,

," ;, to say it, bui the boy stole all the apples fendants Terry AHoms, Richard C. AlIcn ries. He utters in addition to his tormer 4 cases saddlery, assorted PosT-OrriCE

: off our noupareil tree last year ; I and Rorr.co Lewis, are not residents I stock :- 9 cases Brewster's hats, assorted qualities DSPAUTMEAT, ?
* and we can't keep a gooseberry in the of this D'".nct, and they having tailed to Champaigne Wine, in Haskets' of 1 coxeach"w&iraited Jui> 23, 1828.5

I ,, .answer the till complaint in this cause. superiordo. 5 trunks fine ready made
for him 1 his clothing
I garden can trust sister PKOrOSAL.
I It is therefore ordered that unless the Brandy ef 1820. 12 trunks ladies' and gentlemens boots FORM OF
p any where, she'd such a good little said Defendants appear here on or before I Zante Currant and shoe Join M'LRir.

L ,quiet thing-but WilliamDr. the Hrt Monday of February next, and Ponchonf Tea Children1 and boys' shoe; brogan &c. Sir. | will convey the VAlloute j 1 61 r-,

; Brain.-Never fear, Mr. At- arttwerthe Complainant's Bill herein, the Prunes, very fresh Soal leather, calf kin, shoe t'hread No. viz : from .' ;

II, kins ; its an excellent organ, uuder same will be taker. for confessed against Raisins ., 25 kegi Virfr'niia TObaCCOS : : -, for the yearly conipens*&B
I thtm aul1 the matters thereof decreed Almonds ., boxes (dclhr
and will ? superior cavendiih do.
: 1: ) proper government, turn to n accord i iments irnr2
tnIy. Mednc Claret of 1830Tu.scalno I I The bidder will state sych j
Hardware '
; .*ire to capture Dutch spice ships and And it i il further ordered that a copy ** nyc Whiskey \ .c. as present themselves to --- .yi

I : Spanish argosies. .You must send of this Order be publiihed in Home public tJonhen Butter I'en pnckrt, sportsmen :uu1 des!: in a stage, it vil! be proper for h] 1

: .1 him lose'i. Ncvfpiper of this UUtrict.for'four mouth I do. Chrrnrttccl'in kniven & knives hf.ol forks, carvers, waiters say so'tie should distinctly statlJTM tC

; iIh Mr. Atk.-Ah, well-a-day L Bui uccci'ivcly, once a week Itd. for family our and Inori ; lltnning's best needles! sntif- number the route, awd not lrJ

tell all 11. %1. With nn additional supply ot Dry Good crs and tray-*, pUled spurn, spectacles, number, but the beginning andlie .
Doctor how is it that you can Bruckeuridge ,
, Him! tVNrr, (ili4M, wttra !k ClUt"t'IUIfftrr li-rtrpiMitrr's tool, Jihoemakcr's and currirrUdo. I should also cleaIvstatehisT'b i i

these things ] FNOMAI BAITZIUI, .111.JIl t. Sold Low Cor C'uiA. C ., tock locks, p.vllocks, shovel s the State and Tonn in which! he.CC'

Dr. Brain.-Why, look Iwr, my /:10/ for ('mllpl' i 1. IVscti. und ton**, kettles, sauce pan, eoltonc I if he be not a contractor, he
rd & & .
: .c.I mituhletions. recomIft
good madam : Do you see that pro- September 17th,, IM2ft.Jm.. I I'cniacoli, J*u. llthUJ41. I l 1'rnnacnl.A, Dec. Till, 182r-C-!f. i panyhis. bids by 29-St. .