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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: February 17, 1829
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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VOL. VI. (Principia.nonhomina.) PEVSCOIA I TUESDAY FEBRUARY 17th, 1829. (Open to all parties : influenced by none.) h o. 5. ,
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POILISHCP: WXEKLT. BT rafter which it shall be the duty of the j;: ceived, which docs not relate :(o the of Jackson county, and qualified Sec. 7. He it further enacted. That

W BASEIa: 1I"'jN' :. inspectors and the clerk, to sign s.iid I points expressed in the notice, atopy> electors in said districts shall elect the said judges .of election! shall cause '
ptoll book, and deposit the same in I of which notice, attested by .the person two representatives, without regardto to be written down the name of every p I
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And of lilt Territory of Florida.TERMS. ,I the office of the clerk of the county who delivered' or servud Ifje I' the district tine, or rtap"rt to that person voting: and a list of)tho names t
j court within twenty days after the same, shall delivered to lh< said residence .f the candidates ; the sixth to be kept, and life said inspectorsshall :

YOUR HOI.1.ARS wr annum, in :ulvanre; i id ifit r said election. justices. 0 i district the boundary-Imes of Gad. within ten days after ihe election i i
llmrnt ilrferfel l six months, FIVE: : Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, That Sec. 14. Be it further enacted, That i j|, den county ; the seventh district the cause to be made out a return of the ,
I'r)t Advnrtiwinrnts 1 L1.AKS will he inserted required.! ron!'piruouslv nt t ': the following! shall be the. form of thaI all white male citizens ol the United I I[ boundary lines of Leon, Jefferson, same, and to seal; ) up and transmit the f\t \

ONE lOLL\It for every l fourteen lines!,I poll book, first, the name of the county Slates, above the age of twenty one Madison ,md ll.imilton counties ; the same return to the Governor ; and in ;
( r the lint inl'erU> , !portion.err etc e continuance er one in pro the head of the hook, t the day of I the wry of Florida for the spare of three Alachua county ; :.! iitntli district, list of the names: of all the Totersand

ALL KIN OS OKRECEIVED. I month, date "fthe year ; second, the months immediately. preceding: the the. hoiuiiiary lino of Nisi au county ; i also a list of the names of all the candidates 1
II names of the different candidates, andI dav of election) and all white male the tenth district, all the county of voted for, and there shall also .
3' m :PJ: 11t L1 1U I at the close of the hook shall be on- inhabitf'iits.! of the Territory above then Duvil north and west of the St. be contained in the said return; a certificate -

HAN FULLY AND PROMPTLY tered the number of voles each has I g(' of iwvnty one years who were in John's river ; ,the eleventh districtallthe in the following form : We
t? AND NEATLY EXt.CUTKIl,.OJI KKASONABLKTEKM8 received.i tho Territory at its session to the United county south and east of St. the subscribers, inspectors of election

: __, AT THIS. ... OFFICE.LAWS 'o -_ Sec 8 Be further enacted, That t States on the seventeenth: of July John's river, within. the boundaries o? for thc district, for n member,
0' : = within ten days after the el"rtio'ithe, eighteen hundred and twenty one.and I Duval and St. Ji-hn's counties: and \. or ('neniDers as the case may he, of
OK !FLORIDA.Elec. inspectors of the same shall enclose who have resided in the Territory north of the r','\l1 thence to Buena-i I i tilt> Legislative Council, do hereby ,

-- -- and sP..t1utl, under cover of three en- :hree months immediately preceding i vista ; the twelfth election district! j certify, tint at the said election held
BY AUTHORITY. Jvelops, the certificate and return of the day of election, shall be entitled to shall comptehend and comprise all I at in the said district, there
,., AD Act to provi-le f.'r hV.i! ;, an said election, and deliver the same to I IIlhe vote for delegate to Congress. j I I this county of St. John's lying south were voters, a list of whose .
inn for rMejple to C"II: restfm from I
ivrri'nry. | sheriff of the couny, whose utyI Sec. 13. fir. it further enacted That I of a line commencing at the noithe'rnhoundarv ; names is hereunto annexed, and that "

I Br if rnactedby (Governor and \lit shall be to forward the same to the hull objections shall he in.idw to a i line of the -ity p of St. AnSIISIIIM there were candidates voted

Legislative t'"urcll; 'J the Territory j! Governor of the Territory, by the person ofTrrinn: to vote, and in all other I *, and running thence to the {I for, it lid that of the sid voles, there
of Florida, Tim the judge s uf the first mail thereafter. ca wheie., the qualifications' of, mouth' of Six I Mile i I creek on) the River I were Liven! for A. B. the iiumbei of

County Courts of thr respective Src. 9. Be further enacted\hat persons offering! to vote, are unknownto Sf., John'stogelher will the county voles, Signed by
counties be, and i they .ire hNrebyem t thr following shall be tilt I fi I rm of the ) either of IIi,' inspectors, they hall of i1 usgniiIi' ; the thirie.enlh district:, E. T.

M powered and dil t>('{f'J, to designate i ccrtifirateth.it shall accompanying: have I power to examine such I peisou>> the [boundary/ lines" of Munroe county. G. H.
such places in tru.ir respective counties the transcript from the poll bunk, on oiiji; or affirmation\ ;ouch iii ; his Sf'c-.2. fie further enacted. That. I Inspectors of election.
tier holding anrrerrion. (ur Dele- which shall make the return Complete qu'ilitiraiun! as a voter, agreeably to each of the said; districts shaH! be Sec 25. Be further enacted. That '
gsite te Congress, as they may judge ; **we the subscribers, I Inspe'rtors the G'"lifi" ,',"j"lIs in the precedingsection : to one: wrmbrr of the said entitled nit white stale riiixens. of the United

beat t suited to the1 convenience of the of an election for Di'leir:Me to which Otith or affirmation, either i 1 Council/ who[ shall possess all the Stales, above ihe age of twenty one
cinze.is, and they are further cmponied ; Congress, held a: --in the ol the 1IJIIC'cturs: of election is I qurflifiiMtioiis' hereinafter Years, who shall have resifted' unhid
& and directed to appoint the Inspectors county of iio! hereby hl'lclntllhori'it'd/ to administer, ,..inv for presciibed the luiiiis of the district i where !they '
l a voter and: shall
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4_ 1 of said election, any two of certify, that at the said election at the such{ I person may fnrthe: he required t.1 I Iduri .I eligible} who shall not person have resided ill ;are about to vote, fur the space of ,

W'UIII shall have powei, to act at such aforementioned place, A. B. and C. !,.i'3/ : on OH.III i)r HTnuiatiopthat: he I I i the district: for which i h(' shall! r.' linen months pievious; to the a ay of
pl'ft-S' as they mabe appointed for, were candidates, and that there wen has not alre.idy voted ...I any other! I j jfi'acr C'liididate at le.ist six mouths e :1 :: ehvTi'Mi! shall lie entitled to votefor
r triune duty it shall be to receive and 'given for A. B. ,the number of _. election, or has List been refused I to the day ot rleciion! I previously .1, member of the Legislative Council

11 count: the votes which may he given votes, and for C. the number of for want of due qualifications asa shall any person he eligible: \ to slid nor in such, district,and no person shall be -
;, at such place ; and the s.('cl judges v. te s. Si,.netl/ I' voter. I office who sh .1I1H' Daniel \iiu-ie\ allowed! to vote out of the district inwhiih
shall give public notice of the apPointment I Test D. C. Sec. 16. He it further enacted, That ; Marshalor Sheriff.! or shall:hold : lie sh-ill r{',itl ,t'xcP.pt as herein {
ant
: of such places of ioldin<; J. R. Cierk. R. S. if:my inspector of he election! or t 1 1I I office by virtiuj of oimunssion; from befoie |pi flviiei.! '

T_,, the election and I of the inspectoriiit \ Sec. 10 Be it further cnacfe.d. That I clerk, or any other officer conuMiied !: the United States' except a Postmaster Sc'r.9. Btr it further c.nllctttTh t

t 'rol, l by an adveriNeim! nt, tobe the said inspectors shall receive as a in conducting the election, sh.ul nr-g- i[I r and every: rot qi\j to any if auk person sh-ill vote more tl.n; >

P weed I at the &t velar places for hold- compensation for their services, HUM fret or improperly delay or refuse i to :! I person holdiiiL'! any of die. ... !'.! i.tiire.* once at any such election, he xu-ili ,:

in;. surh an election at least six IIf'Cl'S'iarf'xpenSts! in conducting dIP! pei (form any of the duirs: or s'-rvirr..1 I'I'or I'0; \ ire therein \.-> .I' ..I{ '(>, upon conviction forfeit and pay for
weeks previous to the day of eler- election, the stem of two dollars; ear, required by this act, _having! under t.;ken j I|I mentioiu'fl) shall b!- f-isidejrd: I ,'.verysuch thence, twenty dollnis; tq

tiollHH/ if the. judges, nnor all of per day, and thu clerks, the sum of !30 to (lo, or shall knfwir't1.- admit absolutely void: ind of i"o f flirt.i ::recovered with cosis before any
i! them, shall) "It hart to give notice/ of three, dollars each per dav. any person 10 vote not qualified I ;j Ju<'tic'e of the Peace, one half to the
i Sec.
.v S. J'e it further -actcd'Pit .
the Ht-ctioii in ih n respective counties Sec. N I. Be itfurther enaclyd'l'hat, accordingly law or shall be guilt ; a tse! ofiljp county. turf the oilier half '
ti, .' according! to the! provision of this it shall\\ be the duty of the Governor, of corruption, partiality or other misbehavior the Ce:-ntV comts uitMin the s.iiri 10 the Lnl: of the person suing for the
I di. trirts ,
I be and)
i respectively, they ,
act then(.e riNk if the county or person exercising the government: I, in any matter: or thing' ap- I and areh'rebt' ,n1f .
conn for sMid county, i> herehy} empoueiud for the time being, within two mori' lithe < i IJ''rlallijn; !! >In said elrrtmn, or shall i ;! en.pn-.vered directed, at Sec. 10. He it further enacted That
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PitSI thirty d.iys; before the div'
. and dhected! to jjive at leas' after time appointed for li').diu:! Knowingly (make I false rci nin of votes L : of it f any pe.Kson shill be jniliy of takingi .
I 'elertlOil! to such ;
,
.ipliOIMt p''lCf'S fij ,
four weeks notice of said -lection the election, to c."st up ned ;.ii-rungc I given, hor, ih"'y so !]tiiijiu<; shi} : I I I ; > f.t1 l>e f.-,lth or afIi:matiun, either -
holding ,the s.imu; the slid
,t and to appoint the i ins ,p'-c'ors and the votes from the several counties, forfeit lad plY, (Mclt to the Teriilciry: I j I best sittt-d as courtsmay "> i e.n interrogated as to Ins qualifica :
judge( : to the
place holding the shine, cording or such of them ai may have beau a sum not exceeding two hundred dollars 1 convenieiue iio.-jorwhen I his testimony mat be required \1
of the citizen>, Iud! for ..-l, :
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to fhe provision* of iln: art. returned, for each person voted I for nor less in-'ii fifu dollars, to I in any contested elrctiorLnrof: ,
Sec. 2. Br itfurthtr enacted, That as Delegate/;! to Congress, and shall be recovered in any court of ro place three so appointed, they ha\f\ \\\\ tfe.'iL"; ;.r icui ing another: to do so, shall opon
of
befit.*- nil votes are I leceived, the inspectors in and, for f the nate inspectors election, anv
} immediately theieliei issue his jnocl Hird .the name use of mviciion: be !liable to the same !pun.shmeiits 1
of whom
two :! bo 1'1
.f shall appoint! a clerk, and the the action of debt may competent } '
:uuation, declaring person having Territory in an an person convicted of perjury
clit'am! the duties
IL t the sid inspect' and clerk shall) severally the highest iinmher of votes, to be with costs ol'suit, .it tint suit of anyPCIS.OU either of the ; and in case are liable to by the laws of this
tike; : no ith or affirmation, in dulv ,,t'lecied: as Delegate to represent( ( who may; sue fur the Rmeone county courts shall fail Tcrr wry. j
the follow, .; Winds, to WI!i: I, D.t t i this Territory in the Congress of the one nail to the use of dm Territory to appoint or designate; the said places Sec 1 1. De it Jurtlitr enacted. That
or inspectors it shall be the "
C. do sol mnly! swear: 01 affirm, (as J, United) St.nes.tnd: to grant a eel tilii tnd ihe other half to, the, use of the the clerk of such, court to make duty suchappointm..nt nf it shall he the duty of the Governoron
? the ca;>e may !'t. ) that I will perform j i rate tht.'rt>lfUlHlcrthl'seul of the Territory person' sui'ig.Sec. and the rrceipt of the s id returns to
designation least
the duties tlf i uispectoi of the election' to ihe person .elected. 17. lie it further enacted. Tint at .
proclaim in the of
most public
five days before the d l> of paper
for clerk, as the case nMV be,) ac- i Sec. l L tie it further enacted, Tliat/ the Tie.is-nei of the: Territory is twenty v Tallahassee! the who is t
and duly
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election
law of I: in either case, dUB no person I
and the best
couling to my ;| whenever 10 or mine persons have li'-rdty' .iuir.nsed; and, icquired to pay elected in each district. -,
abilities, and tint I will studiously i if'.lIipa'or 'an equal number of voles for Delegate ruid dis f'h.trge out of a\ funds of the lice thereof: shall he given to the said
inspectors of election and to the ST. 12 Be it fu.rther enaeted That
fraud deceit'and : public ,
to
(prevent Congress.and whunuver a vacancy I'enitnrv i not otherwise appropriated -
ai Itiige. the proclamation made shall berousidered
so
abuses ill conducting the s.une ; shall occur by death, resignation all d" in olds inclined under and
Which( oa'h oi aftiimatioii shall) be administered or expulsion of (lie Delegate by virtue! of tins art ; and thaI it ..hallbe Sp.c.4. Be it furl her enacted, That ': prima facie evidence of Ot
by a judge, or ju>ttctf of elected, it shall be the duly of the the duty of the inspectors of all future it shall be the duty of said inspectors! i the election of the person so proclaimet ;
the at the. of the of election 10 a clerk fur I !; but in all cases of a cone"(led l-
peace opening: polls, Governor to l issue his proclamation: flections: for Delegate to Congress appoint
but if of the their respective pulls, and before the : election or other questions of qualifications -
110 judge or justice to the several Judges and Clerks of ; within two mouth thereafier; ,
peace be present, the msP''ctors'of ,' the counties witlnn' this Territory, to to cause to bo mad' out/ a n'Jllllr ac- s fid inspectors and clerk enter upon the Legislative! ; Council
11 election are heieby authorized and another eleiuoti the =' ih eir duties, they shrill severally make shall' determine the same.
4 i j i cause : lo be held, count against Territory, namingthe
empowered to administer the oath :j: conformably to ,the provisions of this comity, poll or pi ice of eluctioti, oath or affirmation, before some Justice Sec. 13. Be further enacted That .
to each other, anal to the rleik. ;l I act, and on such d Ser s. Be it further enacted, That :i i: shall appoint. caHse the same to be transmitted to perform the duties of their office according have an equal unmber of votes in any

the lection for Delegate to Confess :!j I St>l'. 13. Be it further en actedT'hat ihe: Tie-aburc-r: which when/( paid shall u> law; without favor or nffeciiou (listri('t, it shall be the duty of the
shall lf ko pace! on ih,- first Monday I i I j I if any candidate: clioo.e to contest the deemed and considered a voucher i f I ; .,nJ ill c.oe no j justice of the Governor to order a mow election in i
in hundred and twenty I! peice shall bo present, it shall he such district at such times he shall .
May, eigluern 1 I rights of any pejson pror.Ltimed duly for the (lisch'ir'e) of the same as
.r nine; sod a like election shall take !;: elected, to hold bis seat in the House Sec. 18. lie it further enacted, That lawful and th. said inspectors arehereby think propnrlo be conducted accord-

place every second: year thereafter.Sec. i r of! Representatives such person shall; whenever hereafter it slid! be nt"ce--: authorised (toad; / ill i);1'1 r the in j to the rules and provision* of this ;
LIrt 4. He it.f urtlicrenaeted, That give notice thereof in wriiing: to tho s.iry; fur any sheriff"to travel more than oath to each other and to the cleik. art ; Provided however tlut no new

i4 the votes )IHlIlJp given by baliot at 1): person whose c lection he intends to (ten miles to a post office, or other Sec. 5. Be further enacted, Thatin election shall be ordered ifohP of th".

';; the time and pi.ice of holding the content, by leaving a notice: thereof at place, to transmit the returns of the conduciing the election the said persons haying an equal number" of ) r
a olection ; and the polls shall be opened :, the house where su h person (last re- election( for Delegate to Congress in insp ctoM and clerk shall he governed votes shall have given notice that ac* t
at eight o'clock in the morning, !sided;. within fifty days after the Go- their counties the Governor of the bv the following rules : They shah) intends to contest the said election,he "

and closed at six in the eveningwhen .. vernor's proclamation notifying thei Territory, he or they shall be allowed I open; the. polls at cine o'clock in the carding to the regulations prescribed ,
O the votes shall he openly counted, i i I result of the election, in which notice as a compensation therefor& :four i morning and at the place appointedfor by this act. .1
4 and declared) the insp+ctors. I shall be expressed the paints on cents per mile, to be applied for and the same; and they snail: keep Sec. 14. Be it further enacted That
: Sec. 5. Be it further enacted. That i which the same will bn coir.estedand dischaiged in the same 'manner as i> the( polls open until six in the even any person intending to contest the

.i when two or more ballots arc put in i i i the names of the justices of the prescribed in the above section for inspectors ing ; they shall lake: the votes by election) of one returned to serve as n'i .
the box folded a* one ballot, neitherof I peace, who will attend the taking of and clerk of said el"c-I(iOIl. hallot and from such persons and member of the Legislative Council, :
, the ballots so folded together, shall I I the depositions, and when and where PETER ALBA none others as are duly qualified to such person shall, within thirty days ,
be counted ; and when any ballot they will attend to tako the same : President the Legislative Council. vote, and when objections shall be j I after the election give to the person e
t f contains the names of mote than one Provided, that the time I fixed upon THOS. MUNIIOK, Clerk. made to a person fining to vote, returned and whose election ho shall

f f' candidate, the ballot containing such for taking such depositions shall not Approved November 7th, 1828. and in all cases where the qualifications intend to contest, a written notick '
r: names shall not be counted. exceed four months from the day of \\ 1\1.' P. DUVAL, of the persons offering to vote i stating the particular facts, upon whicfctr f ,
t, Sec. 6. Be it further enacted That election ; and the said justices shall Governor of the Territory of Florida.An are unknown, the said.. inspectors may the same will be contested, and tlto
t it shall be the muy of the clerk, under have power, and they are hereby examine such person OU oath er affirmation I name. of f the Justice.of the Peace or.
,' the direction of the inspectors to thorizedto issue subpoenas to ail Ui-1 act to concerning the legislative the election Council of of members the- touching.the same, and should I Notary Public before whom the' depositions ;. '

provide a poll book, in which the sons whose testimony may be required'by Territory of Fiend. the person examined( refuse to answer I will betaken; and also-shall. ,
Dames of all tie voter shall be registered either oi the parties, commanding Be it enacltd by-the Governor and! the interrogatories". to him,0 (the I I give the party reasonable notice of t

as they hand in their ballots such person to appear and give Legislative Council of the Territoryof said inspectors piay: refuse to receive I I the time and place ,)f'cJkihg.nch depositions ;
:' to the inspectors, whose duty it shall: testimony at the time and place therein Florida, That the first'and second the vote of the person so refusing, except ; Provided. that tio o"e.po.ijtion
be to receive them, aud to declare in mentioned, under the penalty of !districts shall be comprehended. as is provided for in the first section I I shall be taken afi!.T tim sp and :
un audible voice to the clerk, the fifty dollars, to be levied upon each by the boundary Hoes of Escamoia! of this law., !'Monday, of the Sessio'oi' the I..,.g+..- .

name of the voter, after which, if his and every delinquent who hath been county, for which IWo representnlivesshall I l i Sec 6. If,it further:'enacted, That lave Council, atul Ihl' said .luciiCe'
vote be lawful it shall be deposited duly served with process, and the be elected, without regard to ,the when there sMl ,be put in the box shall issue bit s'ubpcen"! for siach'p' .
in a ballot box, to be prepared b! the said justices shall hear and Iustifyun dividing linn of said districts, or to the two or more ballots folded! as one, sons as may be'r*'q- rU; by either of :
inspectors of the election aud after der seal, all testimony relative to such residence of the candidates; the third they shall be destroyed and not !the Partielto give rvstw'oizv'd'.rt 1 :,
the. ballots are counted to set down contested election to the Speaker of district, the boundary lines of Washington counted ; and when oily ballot shall''per, son refusing teMpp -Mr Ynrlgltie ,..-
udder the name of each individual the Hon e of 1t.'ur IIlHatives of the and Walton.' counties ; die (contain the name of ii\ore than opecandidate linjqny"", when lien ttws I "*'I t',rz that I "'

Uo shill be voted for at such Pltll, United Stairs ; Provided nrverthe.less I fourth and fifth districts shall be comprehended : it Shall. 'also be deiirbyed- I purpose, be shall III: fineiJ by the M.a,

U number of VMtott3 hij reivtJ .. *that no testimony clean be re- within, the boundary lines. I and not counted, I j'V istrate or Notarjr public: asset', .. y.4


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nch snlipocm'in the sum of fifty tlolnrs fy ; nor Mr. Foriylh that which tras due ftftcording tn the mlercsti induisliiiof! And l to IIP manfriLangci.ot.oreign' enable; onr rogues to make s certain ..T'rettcit

and rxecatiwi : issue theeor to his constituents for the Ya' oo claims ; my ousttitifcnts 4I nations Who IU.I'i!h to u.v.ide us. ton butler jurisdiction.: He 1

ma y nor did any ol toe Southern ATiMiiners gratuitously I h.noW iier. I.ibonng; iiil ytaritij ; Aivi- he said While it i ii believed, has foolishly recommended that
: and ho saiii Justice or Notary leceite and pity over the claims promote tluiNterckls. ( 1" IVn acola, both our
Public shall take aU testimony rela-f for slaves under the Treaty Ghent; and, !from a cnic of puojic that> anrt from IBJivuhul will follow op ins wicked policy, and earth should be broken up with diidi- 1

thiio, such contestedelection,& slinll ill Iline not bvn mi -illi rm dt my predecessor I tntrtest.in common with tire 1:1-: procure annual expenditure*, for the cs and canal, and tiieie H great reason .

"p..1) up ami transmit the Si4l1le to tins did hAl refuse to accept payment iunts; and if they can be del (ed by I Navy Yard, Rail way, and I'ortifica- to apprehend, that he will shortly I

President oflho L" i\I.ltivl' Council. : fur collector! money under the Plh article :lictc mi'erA:>le ar.d delektible nrl aoL tiOtisI ill two or three millions ol dollars procure a p 4351'.!0 inland! for steam
; of Ihe Floruit Tie.irj. i would Mtiierm- deceivcdas lu their
; calumni'.s.l am greetl l shall be circulated in and about boats of' ho, Mi>Miv"ipj ll i to come to
se('. 15. lit itfrriaivrcnactedThator gue a suit in the Supreme Court, than to good sense aid I Itf'in-s. S
tire purposes of said election, the : negotiate the safe or land lto Secretary I ani, 'ou'friend, Pcnsacoln. our waicis, i-) tin- LV.; .It I injury of the (

rotmty court of Walton county'shall The srtall sum paid, nie, }Io.vtr, o.as1)riICIPJU3' Jos. Al. \\ hilc. And the inquest ::forcs. Wbdo fm- coasting i inittv,.', and I to the Inc.."iug J
fir l gal advice and services ther that ht, said down of 11wInd. '
the third' dis- present : White oor : .
Bxrcisr in ,. .
jurisdiction
1"1-urto the s. Ir. ?much (or this sIoIy, -
unmindful of the benefits resulting Il has atlvoc.i!' ,1! .1 law for the J
of Duvni much in : location -
tiirt. ; Hiid the county court ant i1'U'eycan mnke innre out of it, I amnt MR. HBHT.-HHin l seen your
county shall exercise jurisdiction la i a loss to kno'w in what manner. I1H&.nft uf" rontrovrrsial I nature rcsncrtiug from III? uncertainty and confusion of \ of our semiauy lands 1 in sec.. ,*

Oic ck'vcnlli) district, provided that.1 1tippointments j. The St. Uosa affair is already fully explained. on Drlegute (..1. White, and havingcarelully titles to real estate, did wicked- lions, so ns to in:iko them more valuable \
1C. as the Representative Florida :I considered the pies and con'. 1 t I
ly' and do for
itijurionsJy malicioiisjv the
injurious butt
shall not have been !; it was improper in me to write a letter came to the co.ictu-.ion. th
made by a county court in tliGTsame.Sec. : t* the Secretary of War, referring to writing, however fine, is destitute of that reiand defraud Congress, and us.-less, purpose of Education.-Has -,!

16.* lIe further crtattcJt'hat lire page and ft'ate of a I Und rrport, and point find strength necr.OMry to insure caused claims to land to bu settled also procured additional donations {j

the said election shall be hdd on the requesting a reference to Ihe Attorney G. conviction, ami that suspiciunt have more sooner in Florida; than in any other around Tallah..6see which must prevent .j
01'1"1I1tlld aU u It) recommend that if they than their ordinary eflici it asserted as which induced certainearned
Territory- a the
taxing for
people the
first Monday in Jiwfi next. i thought the title to the land was such as I truth. f.nd pieferred in the manner of direct expen- j
Sec. 17. \Be\ itf'J1-t) r.r enacted, T'wt ou glr; lo b, cotifirnu!> the i y should purchase chargct. counsellor at l.iw, in a neighboring ces of public buildings in that Capit.il; 1

it shull be the dutyof he Secretary ,; : it. ill 01 ti-ef! (o go ou ".ith great Na. Hence the idea occurred to me of throwing State, thus foolishly to write and may enable lliem to erect larger .If I

of the Territory to report to the fPltI' fionxl woik ; -then have I ofiVnd-.d. If the mallets in conlioveisy into ihefonn I I concern ing him. &, finer buildings than they want orde < :
llie Government had not purchased the nfan indictment ami of arraigning i ( felicitate the Territory in thehttice I erAnd there is .
\ of great reason to I e-
Lf'gts1JI'Council a correct copy land, the works would have lIl'C'lIll1Cltt'lIt.I- Col! W. before the people. I know h,' is I
different of the election I of its; D lratc.ThA seivir.esie lieve that the said Ddet tIP if rt--e- vI'ctsfd.will -
byI ,
the return ed far A protracted litigation It may befl'CCStIy famous for quashing indiclmentj and

5N hrld as! afores.ii-1 I in etch; district in I here to tcniHik, ilmt it is not speci.il JlI"IUi jusiHValiou to pioctire a has rendered entitle him not onlyto exhaust the Treasury of the- ',

the Territory, in order to enable the I, competent for lIve United States to deprive verdirt acquittal. Uui hate a: him, KHSI! the confidence but to the warmest United States.m behall uf OUt uL.ir- i.; ,

id Council divide the '. any 0I1f'of the right of instituting suit for Middle, andVV l-Let t'orbti" jnircfiate, hanks of his constituents ; he tits bearing "Sand Bank." 1Atui
9i to Territory the establishment of their chums to land, Jackson Court Ifaust, and the AGUADA, be '
into thirteen election districts, according 1! and whether the one alluded to is among the eignnl i of aitack. I v' ill not, however, I: lone morein the short time he Ins lastly, i that the soul Wliite i is a i

to the net of Congress pass- :those i upon wnicn petitions are nthorizedor disguise, the fact, that I am an advocutv fill : represented the Territory, towards witcn, wiZz .0 eI I, lid ench inter, h.iv- .

ed at its l
Pjsv-d Movu.iibar 20lh 1828. and exercise owne. hip, il haven desire to oc< upy the Coi's. plnreimself a nil i that 100 on something like libera and d upe d", as well all th.- great ..
,
would require no S|'eciil law toituthorir.cn) if I can suco-ed in per uadiujr the :
ui : !es. than) has been effected by men, as all the wise .tsselnlke4mt' he
:
and ncp
Rejected by the Governor suit. I mention tins, only lu SHVC the people, t hH he is not lit for the ofhce ofDolefHtR : .
pas ('d by the requisite majority of trouble of replying 10 slime smaiteier who nnd that I am \chI qualified for tll e dclrpations of Louisiana, l"\atiull-.md MIOIO especially tilts :

th. Council. J I und.-i standing only the A UC of I tie law, the IaIIOJI. Besides toeing
.Nocnibcr2t88. i may endeavor to prove lit:" this; claim i is in mv disposition, I shall I {/,'in somethingby time they have been in the Union." those august .bod.rs thomselv.-s,
one in which proceedings in court al e not til ing him down.even 1 cannot :
ji ; tliongh -All of which is of mortification he heads of the several .
-
'-. few a source Departments,
authorized antllhe.f' be silly I
ma\ H ri j."' on lois I nit).
COMlUiWC A T10N&: enough lo hf'lithltt there are no other I. But the fnut; tiling i in to prove that Col. i and regret to the\ friends of the I the Attorney Onnerr-il of thf: U tiled

_, h_ -- mean of trying the title. \v.not fit to be trusted. people afOH' :( States, and his Excellency the President rj :
for the Fensacola Gasritc.Mil. The complaint about the lots on the Pub FellowCitizens his Inutict ,
listen to nt'nt. And ;ihe Inquest aforesaid do fur. HUT-of; and oven- the (0.
HOST. About two niiMiih since, I tic Square i is dilficull to be understood |po'l '
The I'top1 EscatnUia, i I ludi.-lmeut lou '
ther that the said'hie. allot ot PetiS'icolat
: I of "Romvn ho
piesent,
hcrtrJ of several without It is either
ficridentally! charges mijpirioni a long explaiitiiion. f.t 'high i crinif & .1
or inufndnf* Hgtunst our Delegate, public common propeity ;-if common, it Joseph' M. White. ,) inisdcmtanots.The I II lIIt1in<11I1 of the flor shin condition nCJty," to the gri i terror of divers

whicn hnd bet-n whispered about but does not, as is erroneously 'nppo!>etibi-long disinterested friends of the. of Our citizens generally, did cunningly old .b4)lUflfl5 and sundry "little merin > .

"g*<>med not to be driigned for the pui>hc io the Corporation ; belongs to HO orif, lp aforesaid that } endeavor to prove by long Black..* .
ear jenrrnUy. I thought it but ju5t io :Ip. and Ihe lunfiurt i is for the 11"IIt,61 ot theCommunity. peoj" ; )present, Joseph
pritf him of this (dCt, and qnostcd him It CHH nevei be alienated, M. White, DH''giiio in Crwijress, not written aigumenlv) with divers references Cnusii-tlicus. j {

lo inform me how fh..p Ihingt "'err- granted, 01 Si>!d bj thc' Sovereign or Cityaulh having other people's popnl.iriiy) anti to law books that our citizens Pros.NOTE. 1 (

He answered my letter pr-imptly And BHtisfactnrily -, (>ritie!. (fit ill a common, I Here is not \v'nhpj before his ryes, but being insiigttt'ti are entitled to indemnity for losses I ,
; and h not only strengtheneilinv a gt\ul'ill It' lu n ,foot bet <-.-n I Inirndciiciastieel ardent desire to sustained in 1812 and 1814, and i is .- may possibly add two nt ;
by
an
confi.tence in him, hul IMS nls j sewn and tinHHV.: '. (roiu Prflafox street up promote three more counts to the foregoing1 .
about to succeed in his wifkfd at- :.
-S how unjustly and crutttly bare suspicion lo the old CNlriitoso lot. Th Coiniiii the public god at divers times Indictment, ds I Have yet touched: ;.
operates on a faithful put>lic Servant sionprs were iJtyposetl to consm-r it a cv/n- anti) in various ways, has (IispIIyttJtreat tempt, to the great injury of those but a small of on
the
As his letter i. a satisfCXory answer toMr. mon ; (-onjiegs, on the contrary, weie zfttl; industry, and talents in who suffered by the invasion, and of the part cnorniii t of

Wright's communicmon in a l.re disposed lo consider it H public, tn Milita promoting tho interestu of our whole their creditors and families generally. atcu5edhollld howi-ver 'II e ;

Gazette, nt least, to the gi fittest pnrl of it, rytyt'ire (every foot .f Unieli WAil subject' That, the s-iid White, disregardingthe I foiegoing prove dv-lictent in polo if ;
has .conlinar! his
and
I enclose it Io yon fir publication.W.i lo be granlc'l ; prior to the alteration hv Territory! not t form, i shall myself move t., quash
> (' )!, lOtn Jan. 132DDtARSiR the C.clJildo in J813: if 14) and considered 1 I exei lions as lie ought to have done, beauty of our square and public. Jiidictmen
tile ; ; DU. such .
in .
,-1 have leceivt-d your iHteiof it questionable ,.hi tio'r the pmcfediii"* I exclusively to the benefit of chill buildings, did cause the Court House will a % i>r. I

the. 2jn l t'c., giving me a catalogue of Intuit! the qtiairs ol Seville and Keidman.t countyThat ind Jail to he repaired, and enclosed not neglect to framt another, as .

chtrge* nmi complaints a;nnmt me. 1 amnt common at that tune. They confirmed nil ; the said White in his salt with a decent ft'11Cf'-an:1 is now endeavoring the ofleihiei ought to be broitg.m. U, '/.
a !loss whether most to pity the ignoranee lie title I on Ihe square, hut the two on condign pUnilt llllcnt.
dcspi' the mature, or detest the de these I !. f q'Irttf.t, and left them lot hit, onVe has cunningly, craftily, and by resolutions and other

pra vi'r. of my acciueis. Iio *evrr, I will $Iher I'1I".It'I.I\( ..". The Corp .ration have; wickedly, writ:en divers I long letters I sl tru-kxio. have the Custom House I. -

briefly attempt! to prove to you how a right to pieserve the comitl'M, for the benefit t to the several heads of Dep.ulments, I REBUILT on the lot reserved fur :"SAP..vJLLF; .H&II. 40.

groundless and malicious these actuations of the citv) but ha\e no property- it (->-t in nitlees ol- Lunctesx- and!. other t. hat purpose : all of whirh is to the Dfpartu of Gen. J.zckoi.-o. 'aur.
The
are. { Corporation of I'etiicoi.ilo.id not a manifest of the city. div u-t, ITln IIII!. Uuatvtmuoat Fairy,
The.claim I*, nnd 1'. Moreno i ill !|tv :| fool except wh.tt (Jougress gave. them in great men on variotu lIl'.i"CIS. connected injury 'apt. Harrison, went u,: the river to .he

first in order. Tk'iK *as a grant of uu tiNt Act \vilrh! ) wn twelve I ItIIiAhlf luis with th, best imprests of Florida And they fnrshor present, and"protctt" i uidintf near the HenniU' .e, where '

doubted validity calling' for two natural Tl''claim' of Mr. GoniuU-z Mr. Mirhe- I and has ihnt duped" I them I i into that the iid White did President of tt.e U. States elect embarked tog-

boundaries without survey or other! marKs ,let were two of ihe niofit valunble; the I the adoption of his plain ; and contrary I \ \virkedlv, maliciously and injuriously with Ililt suite, a'Hlthe IK it dav :u:
LE S to designate its piecise! location. J It I 14% city and if cop firmed and I I er.illcI1IJy them returned
his endeavors extinguish to town took
to on board
all the said St' use ihe r st
to precedent crutaries -
confirmed by the Land Comml siollrn.and would tii tf 4l.,THyj7i"cf tile "h.it' |"1,1. Thenconfinnvtf' of ths
: ur.U
tielweeii the time of its coiifinutitiun and
the approval thereof by Con;r"s". the Na- on the g-toiuid flint it WHS common 'I.i. >aid letters .ind) speeches to hepiinted I Public l sqltlfcthat he cunningly Unding1.on* salute her way.\\.i3 On fired rciching, and our
-
Ty Yurd was located in Hu vicinity ; upon lhr.ie is no 'pan io< rrdinCh ol' Hie with cotnnientl.itioiH, and I COIIII i- (.d I to exchange these two the entire pojniUiiiJu vi almost.
our
.._ tfhich it was suggested th.il I, ax Spain Cnhillin.hlrJ makes lhe;e squnim common I city rcpur.ed :
embodied most of them ;in their;, re- I II : claims; tor two other lots which he to the liter b.nk to witness the departure -
could direct the ;Jocnliou of the claim in projiPily i it foilm' g tint the samed't'Kion
any way pi'ovided the two oili's \ eie ic-- IIiCI h.W'"ld liestroy {lei,. t'l nm !I ptrt1! of which i is contrary to the I had b tr. caused It) l be given to the of .heir ctee ed It How cit.zen,

laiue in ihi full designation l i of bllulIl.1 would destroy f//it IIf the city" to the >!/..llltor I interests of this inquest, and consequently City! -and has thus preserved the 0,1'tie to assume tlie duties uffjinet: .Jai I"ir"e

the! United! Ctatrv gtundin* in the place oftpain donation rnue! to lli !m li\ (*unjrr s, of ruinous to 1 tho people. regularity, hut has absolutely destroyed Nition. nu.-iiifftae snort: eontin-
might do the same thing, otherwisetlie j the 12 lotv ; all.1| alto\ all tlto\ claim up tooteiidi 1 the confused and comfort of mice ol the b.int, the licncrai ca'-..e on
cum might be located on the .i"i I f t ( ": V An I did advise Cit Council ; our town. The friends of t Pensacola 'Ituii.Uuce.i, and bid them a Cordial fare
the-Nay .ti' R niHtlei ofpnc.intioM t the > !oexehan ;and ilirio'isly! recommend the establishment ; -
_ I to protect the inteieMs ol tlie GOVIMIInn'nt : e two Idtg uiih those two fjeiitlemen. of a Navy Van! within the IJVp.r, that a row of houses betweenour .chi. Should the stale ui the Ohio river
without doing injustice; to the clarn- And it is al Io true that in a settle I I squares nut the bay would not perdil. lie will proceed bv water toVheelinjrollierwidc (

_ _ ;1\1'',. 8 cI.ll1ela, iU\I s-itt, in ilir Bill, pt o- 111 cult w 'li,1t111.1\ par! 'bweon( M r. M. body' of this rvnnty, ;tii I his' Hie will I I only add to the beauty uf the place \ he wm'ue compelled i
vi.tiuilmi the !'c.Ii'IR shoal-t 6e <.I and iu\self I a chort tiuif aflei I did receivex and to the manifest injury of the! good IQ p.ss through We State ol Ohio by S

nilde as nnto intrrfi-re oitii ili NllvI I conveyance ot'ooe hulf I of the lot irarts- people thereof! ;-.afterwards did but would etlec'.nally exclude the mud lint heaittt Atper.uto Dc good

fold.: This w n immediately lepresenleclto ferred to him liy the Corporation : but *'/ ;, by running; and false; pretences pro- sea-brecse; which is eminently unhealthy .nd ina elastic spin;*, aliiiotigii utveiely :1

the cl.iiin.inis .< .in nrb.liHiy HC' IiDrcinn : e 1 7H.t true that i; 'HU given in roniidrration Ia annual i and uncnmfjrtahle ill tin! hot ae=reasra oy nis lai. uo.ncitic oere.venent '';

< ent, tending lo deprive$ .,. them olthrii t of nny agt'Li'y I ''nd in effecting the tr.ui- ('ii ro rgi' appropriations, I: months--notwithstanding the s..idWhim powerrut; re-:&_;ta ..id eii.ii: >ic ham
just riffhi* ; and that the nntnia! I frrN'\ one run be so ntrffahly stupid as which will probably coniiniit'fornu- .v UIJiutalll 1113 Homed and
that CQ".111.1H1f
had advised these titles
points tifboundmy would be ci it' a:d t'l! I I not to perceive that the r*. hnn'ge made by uy yersrs to come, to he expended !. : "I..le.-/fhllJ

mid connecting it with reservation of t)., ilirCurpniHtinn.: i is (-fC of the best nrts within I I tho ('IHIIII.for. labour, mate- were not certain; in a court of law, S
Lands the Some wlmfiretrnded they di J. Th"v I who has been often ..dvJiti.rcs ,1 Jl te1.ti'.lf-A .- .
near Bay. ever <
I'ublic ;>pc-ar never to ftnto yet Congress, so b '
;
I ids .provisions &1'. to !he used in .
to he Hcq iinled with law purfliiH'ird >r how and flom n loom, and, I may I duped" and overreached, actuated man ot ..Invmagt inicun/us tilat ;..eprutits
them, hat I hey hRI: no I ig h' t., H sinister
property within llie ,ervation notwithatunding ''I'; te.sed of llu-se lotV1iere ban ever ireat injury of the poor, industrious by some m to he latvly advertised tit ti.e Chroii.oie \

the I\VQ points menrioned were : sur" a donnti
\.il.in it. When I returned home I found i There u not one in t lie "1.I.try bl"fnrf'I-1 against their manifest will and consent. subject to be granted, and actually tune, aniiMinied. in the aiiurt bpt-e of

them incend acainat m<*, fur not opj)o. ri i' Ianoi nj this country: : -and the return confirmed 'IIIIICII Y I titles on th. :te mUllh0 more than ihrf times .11

sing provision they ronsi.*ered so injurious 1 Eel for it is ingratitude; and defamation. That the siid; ; White did cunningly same: made by the Spanish CK\jihl0. imicn us the priee of Ins ajverti-cu-nt.

r tn them. They cilied on me. nnd I In rpgnttl to the exrhnnge. which I uiU wickedly advocate the pit saRF.-of lie chctuluilj$ pail us seven d-JiLrs for

) wrote to the Government, and went to fee am Sl4ifl to be enpiKf;! in enfleivorni! } to I I a law for the construction of a Marine And the said friends of Pensarol inserting his dvertisemeut MXve, k!.
the Commandant of the Yard. The next make, of the oM! 1 Hospital lot for another, aver that the said} White did cunniti"- PWUluri.t C/troii.
winter sent their papers to me,. witn RiiI-way, and will, no doubt procure
,. # they your letter ftrnh'.es mr the first intHlippnce ly and deceitfully advise our city authorities -
S w a letter desiring me lo sell the land. They I have ,"fOr'it"<1 of it. Such nn exchange large annually; appiopriations fur :hc Morgan.-We saw last evening; a .
Roman
a eie informed the Government uul, not i cannot be eUVct- without an completion of the same ; to tho very of" honesty to I letter wiitteu to his father liy
give what they a"",II. When I went home act of exchange two of| their twelve lots for vounv-
Con2'rel5rd 1 have never heurl'' great injury of lahourers, timber and man, employed on board the! ..
the I\t slium'"er. one nClliem exiled on me, the said claims the brig
a 'i h f'th kind intimMed. I'h.t is the certain de- on public squares,
said the workman at the Savv Yard.wt're stone contractors, to Palestine, belonging to this
and S
of the the of suit |'.Orrt
one falsehoods which have no color -i rather than incur risque a
S cutting their timber on ihe land, and of foundation. struition of vast quantities of Oysters d.ili-d Smyrna, Nov. 1, 1828 ; from

their title was wholly disregaidcd : I again For the lust thl'ef''f'an it has been I and to the manifest injury of and heavy expenses for them-inasmuch whirh, we :iiave; been peimitjcd to .
wrote u full explanation of the whole case, as t tlm same decision, that
urg emies: in support .f.their I Duck-shooting on the Bay. copy the t following CXlf tCt-U I su,,.
and stated that I was app'ied lo AM Counsel would invalidate these claims would :
and that srrits for il'It iiHge would becommenced partisans; that the report of the Commissioner :I The frieiufs, of the people of Pen- also their title the,twelve pose you recollect Morgan.who mado "
ajjainat ceruin claims w. s un- within the aforesaid I destroy to disturbance "
ifthoir legal rUimi were not 'alold. county such u in America a few
re..pC"cled.'ht''ft I was about to return to warranteJ and unjust, and so long as I further present, that the said White, lots, and even unsettle every claim years siiict. lie is now at this ;
was in Concreis. they could flat pet redress from the to Inienden'.iu! street ulacp.
\WVntngton one of the Geutlemen calledon Day ,
their and
unmindful of interests He has; turned Turk for .
me, and said if ) would fell the land for I 'lmv always 30rI a \villinjT i all of whit.li is to the great damage of life anJ
n""s to for bo- against their peace and prosperity, wears the lot ban. He _
them, thev would give on-a r..oderale com-- present any petition, any I the and the of spokn to me ,-
misionfoi the trwubte already occasionedand ; djr who desired an examination or reTtew did artfully induce the Secretary of,. city, to special injury yesterday when I went ashore md.

(or the professional advice which I of my opinions hj C., reS3. I re- I War to extinguish a certain claim to. I 11 r / 'fi, 'f i-i .I j ii"f'i fit suits. told me the whole iffiii of his 1'aving, ,

had given, and (or any further service and j:' cf'tvecl two letters at Tallahassee! tepee lands for a fortification of our harbor, And the advocates of the city further his native land, which I shall relate!
in negotiating and inakine and renting some equitable circnmstituce III that has
j present great injury
tlpen.
I' and caused the said Secretary to giv "
ircofiing conveyances I did nothing j one case, ami 'I caused the claimant to ? been done] the said Corporator.; by to you on my arriv. This iniellinence -
more until was informed that the lAud I informed that I would present his petition a worthy citizen for the raid claim, is strongly corroborative of
the said White in for it *
wai indispensible to the United States, fur and proofs, which was immediately I six and a qutirter: cents, or thereabout, procuring other reports of the same kind wnxh

the erection o(subsidiary' worin. (rotu the i. repreiented as an unprecedented outrage too mucii-And the ti'tidVllife the 5 donation J of twelve large lots ; as iu at various times h.ive; -

tnin defences at the entrance o( the bar- and grievous sin, by the s.me men succeed with Ills sinister" some future time these los may; become rom'oni
bar, to the Grand Uayott in the rear of the who have been supporting claimant -hetter: ---- to-- extremely valuable, and furnish Smyrna. We should f think th thol'B'_ _n__ _

:Navy Yard. I then cent iV 1 letter ofintructlons. Jind his claim and abating me- fur being or left-handed "illt1U lh I' hy cunning a fund, with which the will have hei-n so tlf' ply im-Mi- din

and power of Attoraey I bad re- !! in the way of its adjustment. If I refine and legerdemainpet.-tionrd; for a great corpora11011 ike abduction of Morgan-if they
teivr JlQ the Secretary of the who aid it is of the to the A Hor- may erect public buildings' or
n'y. :. my an act of Injustice and if I reference subject hive any desire lo r*>niov( th* suspicion
.fler n contuliation with Iht Commissionert consent they influenced of the U. S. and improve the streets.
reprenent me *s nev-General t.'V 1Irei'crred that now hang them _
over .
of the Navy, infoiuied ntfeat the U. by the motive* iftuch govern themtclve the of the Commis They further that the ,
- to page present, would adopt some
States would' purchase ; deed was then When rue-isures to ascertain
1 acted wiih (i !-|IitH) the United -
made and the money paid. This M the States, while their Commissioner, I sioners' report. And finally, when said White, did actually reject the the tinth or filsit) gf these re- S

,hole ttory. W..8 condemned AS being unjust to indiYRIualt. the learned Committee of Ways and claims of some of our good chitons, ports. If Morgan be actually. alive f

When, by an act of just protection to When I have, mi Delegate, u- Means had unanimously agreed to to these said twelve lots, now M> I and i in Smyrna, there could bA nr* ":-
the
the Government, ,ovision, that the I> deavured to sustain the claim* of those report against the ogress of the wrongfully given to the City.-He great difficulty in settling the- facrw.
Claim si-juld: not be located oa I1ie..fie for i ,
individuals) on account of new matter of Pensacola the advocated the establishment of .j
fortifications Bay, an The of
the Navy Yard' wa incorporated in the expense a special agent would- '
Dill, it was denounced as an act of uppres I and new evidence produced, the same with said Delegate, wickedly intending Arsenal' near the City.-He has fixed | be nothing, in comparison with the ":

lion ; now that a sale u made 10 the Got I jcansistent gentlemen charge me thu letters the of the in
thrnwn Instance I inconsistency, and with eompromUtintc injury to city, procured policy government preserving importance of ihe information.
rnment, at and for
(vhal they eonsidet aft important public I the interests of the United SUtes. (tutu one John Rodgers and one nnd propagating the live oak Enston Courier.

Object, the patriotic ij 9nir perkons ole excited, for imaginary (fear, that the Territory of Fl *ri
ijurie to the GoverimvntT I of its citizens should more said Committee a written speech, cash by the U. S. to further this ob ofthia c O>tv;;, \'oollrf'rl"y etiibrceii the 1e.nattv .
ot t Ifuu.dtettDollars.agatrast: the
nom tic National I than
that Treasury I
-u Inform me some suppose money
ffdviceis to be fire arguments wiitten my,..1( they ought Their: guardia.n5hip..i. nil filled with false arguments, which in ject, which i is a source of envy to I iaitam: : of :a vessel who iicte -(*tt to d<-

and .laud negotiations carried oi|" furvothing S doubt very disinterested. It is really painful duced them to alter their report, and those who had no titles to sell*-Ho I I liret hs let rer..rtt th? Offic-, on tV arrt-.

or rtlht-r as a part of ray .Wlit S to be continually under the eca"- thereby procured the enOrmous sum has advocated the extension and improvement I val oflhe vessel, :rul previous to her en*

3d1l1) Mr Wetiter did ntt cono-'iv, hknjetf .S ty >explaining transaction* which ought of $70,000 to be ,appropriate 1 in one of our mail routes ; the try a* tie Custom Uoiwe. We itate ttii! }
bound, without eoinpeiKatioo, to tereive ., be n-garded as appertaining only tonvate I fact, be&iusi it it highly probaole other
I'I'l" -io the certain and great injuryof opening of our Roads, and i is now
yeai- of reuela fall in the
4iid masters
pay over the amount received I concertis, into which no one haritjht < say umtf
- oo -fa' claims of the Mereiunti of Boston,. a to pry impertinently while I at. all the brick yards on the bay, to striving to open a Road to Blnkeleyat error, if they are permitted to remain

acr thfi lllb article of the Florida Trea'i U d with ftdclity to wy pubftc duties I tho vessels! hoat, wood cutters &-r. the public etprw?, triiicfi' will I under an impreai flu* Uut fuesjenl Past


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>U!$er wil netfrct Ai;::s becau3c they I In. United Mexican Staff., for the ports I'' fime, fold it at ancijoo, and Conceded il KW : 5 ,1' '
1 r LOTHIN<5r
ect their The penally *:,i paid v. It1uI1 this Territory. for particular service: Congress also esteemed I \

hd"'C< f, th* Collector would permit aft en'ra -4- it public) and has exercised sovereignty FOUsuk, byv. S.')..-.i lately ,
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: .-.\ Tort? Yjtioml .' !'w.JUKblMY I Public Rerenitc.-It gives! in pleasure in over it by confirming tales and d tri.. N,- \ t>KnsKirchwasser I HATS, BOOTS 4SHOEB..

tn.-,- ,.- --'-.-._--_...- learn, say J he editors t of the National Intelligencer grants, anU.by gh'iu,'to. the city,the twelve ('>'"!lie :;,.U'K. "'ure.- ') 3. VI'.VY.iLfc .
-- I that Ihe llevenue uf the rge loti.V""re then u lie net of.o.ereignty CtI4mpaine: (Suarkli-iR: ) I I ,

G I. Z .E I' 'I' E : States, for Ih 1"1 qiuiter of the/ United'v, declariwf the old! or even the' Ciu 'noiet il'Aiiger." (....en:'' cherry cordials H :\-> just received a fashionable ursortmen

_. I li:ia exceeded, by half million ol dollar, newquares to be common piopertj T Ue -) of Winter and Spring

-"- p--- the amount at which it '%ns estimated' by I look fur it in vain. The truth is, ne competent .Muscatel Wine, best quality CLOTHlAG,

the Secretary of the Treasury in his annual authority has ever declared it common, Bordeaux. Oil. which n<' flers for "ale low for c'sK

Report. I and no authority, real or pretended has .} i\ bite Wine Vinegar, do AMONG ,
WHICH ARE
evi-r used the term comman property, in J. ;
'I connexion with thi Pecy.rensaccla. llbck, blue i t.wn: A-ul olive dress u.d;
Accounts have Leen received" at Hal: square.
the claims Gonxaler. and MicJ. lfih: Kb. 1828 -5 if. rock up rfine rli-ih
Then
timore of a revolt in the City of Mexico, ( : = I I

, which WAS succeeded{ hy a nattle'hetween I le t, if not shewn to be fraudulent, must I t':<.t) U'n ( :=:1)s) Coats and J'dntanut.tianjt .

I of Guett efo and the e confirmed least, the high Courts of cord and
he adherents Oov'c I i up cabinet, trilling, cir-
the best French .
n.: lI'arlure
with the decision of ,
ernment troops under Fedrxza, tbe newly ur country, charged OF cassian
. .- i elected President of'the Republic% of Meco !- rights under the conduction of Treaties, For Sale :JiyJulius ditto.U4TS '

tC ( would probably confirm them.Vilh n .. Pcscay \
JI. :: ; The revolt it appears, had its origin
I. : : full knowledge of these facts, Col. Whiteadvised 16t' 329. plain black and figured silk velvet
. i in the dissatisfaction felt; h.he friend in Pen acola, Feb. : .. 5-1t"
: the city authorities to give each of --- valentia, toihnet. and ilk
j I Gueriero at the lilt<:, election of Ins ----. --- >oneiU, P.druza: to the Presidency. : lhe.:.e claimants one' of Itei..lf'1"f' |1:1, In \ XVL-: j bin NIK! buck cloth With a variety ofvafly1)
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their claims in order
exchange for to reeve '
' : lP ::u l"f l f:) .. i I riitttiudity hltd bec-i restored in the cily, li the two squares from all iiicnmbran ;:j ILL he pre-<"Miie 5, loi- the first Jt\CK \ .
; l hilt the rebel il arc mated to have a force 'V V time this V
--- and to preserve the beauty fllld regularity S ;4.Ul, .i evening Fine trilled ar.ti plain Iriah:: Linen

\ FI.: HUA"f 17 ". la-jy.: jj i t tilt ir command huperior' to that of tIU'o f he City. Their tides bf'ilellt"fol1lt.,1 Tuesday, 17th February, ShIRTS ; .
I (jovvrti ut. "
<< I me o the same validity as those f the C HH the celebrated l Uuglunle Operatic! Uur- duck check cotton, and flannel do.
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Vcrile Sans lcur. radon. He pave; this advice, as he told (Irtte. !
: ci-eil:
: -- -,- Mr. Sprague, at present a member of them at the time, because it woul : -- -
.. A liieud has favored UII with permission CongrenH tn-m Maine, has been electedto more thoroughly to contest the principle, e\! larle: \\\e fair.In I Black lul .nilk CRAVATS,

' to )ptililiili the, following the U. S. Senate from that State in than the claimants required' for their lots, whin Mr. RICE will appear inIX, i!! pam: and fancy striped io.

. Lxtracl of letter from a Member of Con- the place ot Mr Chandtor, whose term of and If the City should succeed in th.* conlett and Mr*. II.X I IM WIG il1 TIIUKK l DIFFBU- Silk handkfr'chiets. Glsvet Hosierj'rSuepesiders

! 't gretsfrom (iturgia lo hit friend in ?ensucola !service expires on the 3rd March. j I i 1 which h"-'ho'.I:1 more than doubtful( BUT HARiCTbllS.' j, Hats and Taps, .

! ; WASHINGTON, 'aLl Ian. 182. GKOROF. M. BIHB Kiq., has been appoint.t ted i t: i it must be on thr ground I that i it i is common In he course of which. Mr Uicr, and I j () '

'" 14 My Deai Sir,-I have the pleasure a Senator in Con I PU tin Kentucky, II I: property : which ground, if l";Ken" and sustained Mis.ll.irtwit will each HI:1 a number of I I ,
ice tfli Hon. Richard M. Johnson.nho 4 i while it destroyed the tides of the .
of celeb'ated Suni. I ITo L1101 .
. of tnc.osing you a copy thet I .
'!, Bill the Committee service expnci( en the 4th March C claimants woiiio also s.'t aside that of the be followed with the L:1Ilg1uble: I II &c. ..
reported by
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next.lion. City to the twelve large lots before men Farce of -

. of Foreign: relations for the payment tioned. Il believed\ that this Mil allgp- I : \Tith ijmestic and p-rce Goo,}..
LtTTLKTor TAZEWEIL his been
' of the claims of the inhabitants of ; ment is one of the most judicious acts of \\-\Bl\T\l\ttY. Pensarola; rebru> 7, 1829 4tf.
re-elected to the Senate the United I _.., ,--
Florida under the nimh ;;rticlc of the city Council ; w e know of no ri aoo Teddy ()'loi.rk-1 Mr KICI-, -- --
States: (torn Virginia. i
NE W MAP Oil FLORIDA.
thai any member out bAoultl be'! "usfir.intd"nfihe \lary 'Mrsft.trtwig .
; The )
the Treaty. indefatigable exertions The lion. Ju.!f HOLMSS !line been "Ie.ed .,- i purl IIP fuk iu hat tran"il.-!1"I ; Tile evening 'o s con ; c;. SEARCY. TALLAHASSEE-
: of. iho Di'legale, bus at las: Senator in Cuiijjiess, hem Alaii.e : and, i if the IJo.ird! weie "di'pcd" into the ciqIe wi'.h the .1.t'n' Ie B d 1v: ie oi I

". procured this act justice, which 1trnsi The Hon. NOAH SILSBKE, na. been te- adoption of this measure lln-y were duptd I The ( 'ul1ll-r.J I AND. F. LUCAS JK,

supported us it is, by a l-trge elected: by the Senate ..Massachusetts::>, :i into the br-t pnlita-. ** iie ol'iener tbfi'! Uaugnter,
are I ihus iluped, I ihi bei-r 'lor the L'uy.Uir tilt 133 Market Street Baltimore -
United
n1 f (the Stale for ,
of the Committee will receive :Senator: sixye.trsHorn !
majority h lit Murcn next.CHAKLH j'i Drieijate thought!, a n.h v.e art' nfiliisime old flunks Outicnlid.Old .

: the sanction of Congress lies I opinion that the tillr* of (;( AtiMichelei Hunks M.-( I Hartwig': -
E. DUULKT has been
justly entitled to whatever credit eUclcd a UniteU ::HUfS'lInto": Esq., iron were in evry tubpcct t :i"o.ni ''Cri-pm: (the Coirer! ) .. t:11. e, TnurosK r 111I'HI1'lO.nr! SUB CIUPTtoS.A .
as th'-e ol ('olemaii, (;raIlI.-i ft, or of C.- I ,
arise from it I FaI.ny Mr ,
may : cw 1'orU, for the remain J or of Mr. VuuLJuien's ; 1I.rtwlg. MAP Of1 TIlE .
A Bill foi >be relief of the Inhabitants of 1-1"in. 7'n.HI' ; foi the Kiinie ul'. t'ciou 'wliii'ti 1 j I luu.r covirsff the JlaMettI !
CotIIIIt: in.id' to time frl1l", wouid; aj>;ilylo 'Vtrtor 11o1ttt.Nl'IL
a the Territory of Florida. I C'nuio Uaiux. b> Mr. Rice, u .
Gin. IlifLKY, a friend of Gen. JacUson, I the! Let icr. I tfr t the former
Be it enacted by the Senate and Home I >ve.ie coiuiuuii, j A P is ?'. u'', !h\ Its 1I1 w".. i iJ S little
h hItS been l'c.t. it'Clcd a Hepiesentulivc in m J were *::1' lnMcr! | recently very was know
; of lle re.Plilative. of the Uu ted Slates oft : anj :i j'iiMire bauce hy the! CMrctei6.: U
oongieis fioui tile jllle of Maine. Bit whit it'i"' ocr.ixioii for nil this disriia.ioii i I of tie! interior of Kloride, but as em-
JJittrtca in assembled Tb.it' the I r'or furher; ; ura b.Us of the
Congi-fti particu set
I ... i have flowed in from
II ? I li'tiu'i; >> .lIf liiifrd of Ai: trult'lI, (grants; every part of
Secretary: of i he Treasury be, and he ;', I Our paper hltl lately been nearly: filled think: Mm 'Il'.<> (I.'I in"'i Boaidn! were duptd: d.y. --- -. -- -- I tth.- 1'iiion. and !qetttments, hive 1.i-en
; anti directed to "nt of I -
aulh'I'ir..d anymoney
pay I with coaiinuiiicHtioun: respecting our i'unlicSquaie I by our Ii It'j-iitr's ud(b iceli t lliein 3ii v insiilute \ \U\\r\: I made: m tarious sections of the country
in the Treasury, not otherwise i ftppro'iri4ted v {\v I
:, the amount awarded by Ihe I. lots &c. and niucii moic nis heun pr )C''.'dins lo ..br tim their fanned i>I radVantwgcJ in climate. Soil and productions -

JuJjics of Ihe Superior Courts established i pit hd about on th; k.tine subject, with the: ii IiIit< lo fancied common !properly' lor .all ,j jIhriiijfliis I 01J42 are ILaily developing, and be-

:: at ;St Aiig stin<'* and Pensacola, in the IiPilil' iiit intention ol implicaiing our UtU-1 : tie Coip'>rvi.in ever I'.,..
; Trrnioiy! ot Florida, respective! ', undei griie und utfcciiug illS popui.uit.v t ) th jni l'n .\-'t of Cmi rl''S. :\ hat HO justly engrossed much ot* public

of the hundred and sixty first to injure his pn>kpen8 nt UK' Ht'lru.Hhlllt': I Ii They HIIKI indeed (be ''il'iped': when t l.'u-y ; attention: (f"'r several years would be very
authority Notice is !
chapt'r 01 the acts of the seventeenth Con- i elect Kin. If iliu object out Ue eUf..u'lnj I 11&\1,1\ so luinoiii a UH .'.>!:, t. I hereby given, acceptable, the publishers are therefore

for losses susta'iied' ilLiut l and political enemies scruple not iu IICl.U"C him II is only necessary that this! subject I VRHAI i l 1 I an itddi.>unui-I'cnn of the Sui encouraged to offer one, compiled from

frets Welt Florid, by the operations of the unjustly and cat e not to examine whether I s shontrt"b lull)' u-ideistood, for very one I i: -L\ penor CYuvt of the \VeV.er: !.i 1)irict .- lI1atcl''alsJo'hicb have been collected by

Amt>'-jcau Aimy in 1K12, mind 1813, and in l lie hall conducted himself illicit a Haallll to "leel how deeply we are indexed to our i t Florida) v.ili be !Meld s.tihe t C"ln i one oi them curing the last four years -
I ,
: 1814 ; in all cases where the dtcisUm! of the as lo fci-cuie the best interest* of tlii* ell t 11 Delegate.: We h'ipe we have now done wi.h House in Ibe C'i'ot: lJ.rii-.<-'>li; o Ule hose situntio: as irattsran! in the office -; -
: or from _iniMer motives U l lt individuals! :, i this subject, and will certainly devote our
I First jJarch
said Judges shall! lie deemed by the Secretary I AltHiHay vf ned, ot the surveyor) tt neralru1l1 afforded hitnevery
for his own bei, :fit VVe mink, tn.il if j i next to variety hour
a
:if the Treasury to be just : Pro*- I Inl.'l paper greater And that the Term of !ai.'t Court III Jark.boo facility in acquiring a correct knoof *'-
facts arc fuily and I'diily staled, uoi j i art elpllllllt>nts as they hare ,
Tit/id, Thai uo award! be paid, except 1n I I I :press Up'tIUi County will (be po.tpuned, ui.iil( the k"l\ liie tk-ography.and Topography
slimmest decree of ren&ure ,,iii: bo 'lounii I Ijuslly l lalttlv done lust come will be first nerved,
the case of tliose, who. al the time of suf : first i Monday in A!,ril.Uy ot" ;Ue"Teriitory generally ; he has also .
: to attach to him. Jt i our "rciitllti .1 t lit' remainder will be deferred :
feringthe loss, were actual subjects of theSpiciMi i order o.1! HON. 11- \I. HIIHI\E'fftIlHJ&. da.cJ much information Iron gentleaienol
intention hil\tII'iC
to an I ;
unpuMinldelHil
::: Government : Provided, o/fio.Thai give I Vv It.l1 tne first respectability, relative to that
ol facts n luting; 10 our Public :)lIt1.rl'laud ilHut
nn award be paid (or depredations com, Itoundary bttwec.il: Georgia and part ot i lie Territory that: has not been _
C.I''l. \\ haiti in
the
line taken metrannatiion
mitted in East Florida, previous to the entrance pun FllJrida.Tht' following( resolution I (.'lcrl.I'enmiici ,. ecioned by the Surveyor General.
: and tben leave it
; to tile canUid i
into that province'! of the ant or t. 2rI I Fe >. 1829.-3Vab1iingt -- All these combined
advantages will '
auU uuoiased lo pronounce judgement 1 iiinved in I the ilniitc I of RCIM'OM'II-! enabic -

Troops of the That United Slates award; .bid provided for- I! on II. I \tV1l; on thi 151ir( Jut hy Mr.Vlii: r, I II j jihn i \ mi's hinli Hay thc publishers to present to the
furt'ier. no hu paid ,
I : that has ..
Under the Kiit'uh jovrnuueiit, the Pubic uib|> more correct infor.nation
loMes sustnined in 1814, in any case where '1\ extended lro.*. Palnf'ix III J..> a.tiEI : ( Deli'g itt from Florida) c-nuu lip :;i '1'1thL L :J-it C'iOtfrviil prepare a ilu! | on ii fian 'hitherto published.

the loss wits! sustained from the operation'I' j jof I square 3ueei, and from the bay in I Inicudfiiii.tS'ICT' i i Jen CMi-,i.ifrnt'Mi/ :: on tlm 20lii. i i i "'l5'.i: ti|>|i-r it the Coml1lcrClIi .1"_ will L>e delineated on u scale ot fourteen '

Hie American Army, in Tins squat tne lil ili.a: ocn'Ji.t "Rrsnlc&d, Tint iii', >iM-.relnry of i, -rl, ')II \toniliy, ill- 23-.l ot Fe'IIII\I' .iiIt&'., to an incti, and from a map 3 feet & .'
i illh
Cii 2 force.Sec. An.! be it farthe" enacted. Thnt vviili; ban Hck5, Utficin'iiirtitei >, 1IIJI >k S'iif!; I h,. 'hrolI.d: ID ( ui.iiui'C.ilc; lo i|j jiliu : instant, in; cuiiiineu wide, and 4 feet )! incnes long, fcxftciuiing -,

houses tfc.-all ol a Naliuiittl! ;Miliuiycharacter. : I I 4.t11YCJ'iN'S( nlRTJI DT.it 'from lit.ic below the
HIM
[Ii ( 23rd tl.lthe
the) Judges of the Superior COTIII m Bt.Augustine muse the f fnllowijiti: !li-Ufrs' ot|
: The Sj>.4iii n Government, I I i f 4 suiii-.u-m: no.itbci' ot su ;scr.utr:. Citebc 32ml degree ol North latitude, entracing >
and Pensncoia respectively, be, I AllllllVV. KllicOtt: t 111'; .' Cuiilllli.SSIUlHM: I II !i i.llcdA .
UH
the i'ruvince :
alter it conquered occupiedthe true country from the nofvh side
and they hereby are, authorized 10 receive I
examine IInd adjudge all claims for tones, same gquaie, precucly in Iii, O"lIIt- 1111111. I of" all(; L-tiiti'd Stan s for carrying into j! : iuo-cnpiioii ;.: hier i is left at the Po-' of the Island of Cuba to the southern -

SuMnined from ih! <. operations of the A'lit- tier: 'till ab.ull"., year l=Oi or ItUj! wnen effect mo trebly! oi' San Lnicii7.o i-l i ij () lice, an-1 It 1.4 hoped., thai! : ud wu! a .- $purl uf tae! Slates ot leorgia and Alabarma -

the Spaniards laid uti'III III lots and uld a j Real uf prove ufilie object wili cill md < J\. and from the Perdido .
ritan Army in 1812, and 1H13, and 1814, thin! 27ili Octolit-r. 1790, ij;; i river eastward: ;

not h f' "e 10(ol'f' jiiesented to the said Judges I, pail of tlie Northern side of the aquaie, I hciw'Heii Ins Caii/ic(| Majesty: HIM] Joliu Garnier* ij about three hundred and filly mile to -

or not allowed by them for want of evi .wiucb", ill on lot by were the immediately several : bccupe.i anu and tile United States. A letter to the oJ.\::: meeting of the S-iuscrih rs wilt, i be: Atlantic. Ocean, exhibiting iie| range
rlence and the amount which be. pirctiaira ; Ie and )oWIIIhljJ; hues as tdr % surveys have
; may by) hdd at tie: ommercia Hotel ;
tow conilitute that pan ol tile Ciiy betvveen Secretary if SMU-a 'I\ mtl'.e\ inptrsiiicliid on twv
the :been made AUICU
said Judges, awarded in such cafes I, Govirniuent jrilendeniia %X'inigoi l'uuda) the 17th IlIot at 7'cloclt includes the rfuwerof{

shall! be'paid by the &-cretAiy of the Treasury : hew lois along the nnil Bay weiv .Ilio! :blieet.A cnu- "-d dated yih Uciobei: i.79 ; \) 'lor the purpose of choosing Managers. the Tetntor: } ; the residue of the CoulitrywmlI -
out of in the and letters the Sri of Slain be from
any information
money Treasuiy, ceded by the Spanish Government lo in- to : etary J. l;. jiven derived

t: not otherwise appropriated, under all the | di.idual.-Io wit, Ilioie of Colemnn Grau- of f January 12th, April 5tli, and July 1'eitiiacol.i. 9th Feb. 1829 truin the best sources.CO2diTlONS.
rnuditinns :ind n'lt'rvatilJlIl! set forth in the I
first section of this net. pera, and of Caveimvc to the Tivoli ; and l': 4'n, 1800. N \\' 'OUJN ; I'

piobably one or tivo others. The !!qiiar.r ,j i1Ij'r i Mr.Vilde! (of CJcorgiji) movt-d to l.Thc iiap will! lie 3 'leal 3 inches wide
remained this slate 'till about InV aitou 4 feet 2
The F.er. Mr.% Sorle.-Thii! Gentlemnn.l.ile I llir t'ill" ameii'l th thereto V: uunly.TUIE niche long printed on 4 sheets ,
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ra ()ltJtilJlI.by adding
1 JgJ '1, when the
Spanish authoiiiies
the I'aslor of St. P tul's Ch-in-b II ; Subscriber Una laid oil a I'ovn, a: super royal, vellum paper, handaomeculoreo -

Buffalo New York arrived in this city on here, bei.i pressed iurtiind soul, HI one tilt following :
the 3rd instant, and, we undei stand, in- lime, twenty i 1.,111 l moie on the Public I "Together with such oilier pur-, to be known by Hat name otVY 4t six dollars per copy, or done

tendi to ma'-e this his pt-rmntient place ofresidence Squareand the Cabild, or City atit tnI. '! lions of his journal: I or corrcspon- ) up in a 'Otab.e form, in case, at the
ties, revised the ,plan ol the Timu. und laiu U IT :
btfkWilU\3 vi VI auie price.
if it should !lie finind that n Clergymtnoflhe dfiicc.as elates: lo thc asceituininent ':
ofiiA each cud uf uld! 2
iquHies, o.ie ai (lie i'cntons
Pioleslanl Episcopal Churchcan quire, which were called Seville and t'er- of ilu,' head ur soun e of thc Saint I and ollVrs the Lots fur site on l11.jdtratct obtuimnff ten subscriber
be useful here. We h.ul with joy, eveTV j I ... and guwrauteemjj the. pajment will r<<-
theI
attempt to increase our mean of religion di'.ana TI'U ; luilading InfO Gviverumeni ,, Mai." > river or the rt' isonn why Ct:1Vt":' one cop gratisCHARLE'

; >* instruction, when attended with suchaptospect (jirenenl Com -House) l."t, and I : ving : savin was not asrrrtaineil.1: The Alaijua Foit OfSce u now kept b} I ,.
several nun-Ik Iu: iHtionnl, Military and the aubscriuer at thu rLc.acid tije Mail I
<< of success HI that which has L I 11r.Vhhe accepted this as a morn CRUZAT
Public l'ur"U1lt'1i. Ints ..'If. the itnaiinn of oad .I\S directly tlirougli the ,
welcomed Mr. j proposed
SEA Pastors of '
denotninatianofCliiistian ftl'i; will e ery the square, when the Cuiuury,)' WAS cededto 'difioulion : and thus:: modified, the 'i'* wn. Ibe Situation i at or near the I I BEGS leave inform his f endsnnd
always ret.eive -
our hearty w'ubes for the success of; the United St.iies.1 !. K.-.sttlution 1 was aJojitctl by the Iloue.V I be.4: of Nu> i .tlOa-llI1j thee beuetil ol public that he fus commenced

their endrnvou to propagate the religion When the Comminsi'incr.. rZltOliuecllhc : -, .....I --- Sea breezes ; aiujtbuuud with ncvcrlaibiijf I I buvness' at the new store in front of the
of onr Saviour.A 'bject of Land I.t -- ----- --- -- Spring eXc ljtut water, all of I M.rket adjuinin1eKfts i : Fmley t Austitc
\. III
cjHims tlu-y
.. HII evidenre of the eat..m wit!) which this squareA Cumiuun, uJuuh con.siucrcd hav- : Delegate \ Coug-res \vbicii coiitriimt. ,. to rehder the pUce both I i I where he has for sale a very good assort*'

Mi'. SKATII.K ii regarded, by those *hoKnow tug been received as such couid never have pleasant ant: healthy.A ner.t of

., him "bet, we copy the follow Ing: beeu legally cejjed by allY aultutniy III i,,. I Election t & .Monday of May. : ntnUbl L iti.'v( rably Situated is iservud ni\! It'nauter1in

." divi From the Bttjfatd Rep izMiran. before Congress had an opportunity to acton I CANDIDATES.I.I. Count)' for public purpcscn1be tbciv can \\ dWa, e /

Chrislmai. stranger brj;" the liberty their lepoit, the Commissioners changed JOSKPI1 bu ,nule doubt!: lha it will De the seat
(if Mtyniifa wor ol
their opinion and one of them nude 3ed a ot Justice Walton COllU:)'.

the celebration of this festival of the I letter to his colleague, then at Washington, The Lot arc 103 tret wjuare ; prices. AZ.8O
JAMES 1
';' chur h, H*.performed at the Kpiscnpal on the subject he GADSDEN) dollars each ,
mating biirdy: reasons 20 it r kjl Etl; ot the iluiload Hams .B'a"couIcss Pork
0' church' of this place, on Thursday Jast.rn why their former decision should be revietved. WILLIAMVYTT. and i 2 6 di/iars( : each for all to the ,. ,

} an absence of several years, he vrasunexpectedly This allciution opinion auU the Wet tliereoi -Termone third Cash, Prime Ditto Raisins, .Soap

( : us'iered! into an elegant & letter *er..IHid bcfoieihe Land Committee ; > ai.d the balance i-i equal paymentat nine Salt :\I It.'docVnc Flour

verj' convenient; 1\lUf' for public WO rIS- in Congress, and that body decided in: and twelve months ere.lit. ,

Sill!). and which i ih perhip< not .
by : on
miscs, Whiskey
= (pr Almonds
State. The --- ,
propriety which Public authorities .nd -- -
reg:' Congress had a right \V. H
or through Hunt, Post M.isU-r al
tlirnu 'hout its important and tasteful alterations al any time to make concei ions, donation*: i'orl o? l nsacola. 1'cnsttcola. who hus: & of the Town Mice, Cavendish Tobacco. .

: from the original pUu ii strikIIIR. or sale of the lots thereon-confiincd: the -- -- .- fur their in pef'ulI.. plan .I Pensacota January; 9h, 18294tCnrn1 .
Although a blustering' day, the titles lo the several purchasers, and the re- -- ----=- >

.J' iwati vere nearly filled. These things vutions for Public purpo"< made by the ARHIYED C. S. V. Jones. Oats Hay &c.
Feb. ,
10//,.
!prak welt of' the ftourithinh' state of the Cahild ; and gave the latter in full property -Sloop i'loiidaFloriiU Town. Afjqua 23rtijHn.i: 293t. fllHE ,
Cargo. 6 bales Subscriber lists received, :.
cotton and re
lumber
per
I .
to the City-l II) aider.Cont'CUh.
.4 L.piscoptl ill Iluttklo and shouldnot excepting iromconurmation
be society all claims *o lots situated A i'lar Jj"at,, ., ('.mrrtt_ iaic. "Olrl.C JL cent arrives, anrl offers for sale.[
with'out intiinatjoa n' '
in other and on
.' neighboring! villages. P. the squares Seville and 1 Ferdinand 7th. I I Bay.Schr. bpeculatiwn, t\laUef St-Vudiew's THE Subscriber hereby notifies all 1000 bushels Country C'orn.

On each of these .qu..iri>, one lot
interested
was that he it authorized 100 bales best quality Philadelphia
16/A.
/ U. S. -
.' KEKIEK.: --In addition to the above claimed by individual via. by Manuel Revenue Cutler Pulaski, by Samuel Patterson 1
to ar
Esq.
brief and suitable notice of our C rics- G.nz les and by Pintado (sublequtntlylIold Capt. Harrison, Mobile range Mid settle ill accounts and debt Hay.' I

; poadent, we may be pardred in at Marshal's sale to Henry Mirhelet. ENTERED.Ft -
due
saying ) him in this Territory, and 50 Sucks do. Oat
b.
<< .1l1h.-Scltr. Celeume earnestlyrequenU *. ,
: These claims it is
that the present flourishing and true, were not confirmed, Lopez, New
respect O rleans. C all person indebted, to call and
able ante of the Episcopal aociety at'C; but, unless they were proved to be fraudu igo, Cwru 10 she Matter settle( the name the 1st 20 Small Kes extra qua !
UA.-Schr. Sun by day cf March,
church in this place, i is 'namly attributable I lent. Congress was bound by the treaty Caro, New-Oilcans. Butter
At sorted as by hisinstructfonR lily
with Cargo, to order.CLEARED.. wilIbrcompdkdto
confirm
to the ta'enti and of Spain to them. Our Delegate
industry tin worthy all
Rector of St. insisted on both these poiuts, to wit, that place ucConnta then remaining in 10 Kegs Leaf Lard.
PMul'a, the Hev Addi- .
Feb. lOlfl. the hands of for collection.
an
-Scbr. attorney .
the conirsoation
should Magnolia
Soarle. not prejudice the RHV, S,.
BOn Owing to the trverity of the Marks. 10 boxeV, Candles.S
northern winters lalld the delicate rights of the City, and that !h.lula reserved Samuel Gntea.Jan Sperm. .. _
,
%. cube health of Ir. Searle, we understand state tot National pvrpdses by the Cabilda, 'lJ1h-Bli./ iff Yellow Bird. TiUon( Newlork. nan5th." !B28.-. l-tf. boxeS' JaTendi Tobac

he has ttu: permi... era of the .B. hop of should Ve given absolutely to the Cily, r; tiu Cargo.67 tons bales...: cotton by M. r.rufJ"p A 0KD.MH3. co. _
both of which were granCd by Congress. fun shot, by I). E. lurch :
the Dioceae ;
to Uke a tour of mis ionj r> The first (Ihe.e M hales C01UUI and 6 bbls.'snffftr iiainps'nd .
duties and labor o provisions was intended by HARTU'IG respectfuir/ 50 do. Soa]>. .
with a view to a more ,o enable the Corporation& & Gates i 23 bale- cottou. the ,
oouthcnt as having the by Campbell Ladies and Gentlemen) of
location. Wherever be may go, care & preservation of common property, i I and luster ; 16 bales< cotton, by F. H. J'efliaCOla and Hit vicinity; thai she in 20 Hackw Salt.
hereverlnj l hit may be cut. be .ill to contest, if Ni8l.u i and 6 bales cotton by the' Master ndl
with they thought proper, the tt during her stay here, to give 50 Torn Brooms.
I I' carry him the Sciii. Maria
very general respect question whether it Baker, New-Orleans.
was Carr
: and good wishes of these of all denomiiuUon They have not yet thought common proper or to public.infti-!' -. 60 bales cotton by the Master ; mid a- avcfls in Haiicing. Nests tubs and buch.t .

) *, and the utmost esteem anti affection lute any pioceedingi fur this purpose, nor quantity Of hides hy KopnMii and Hver13in. Mrs. Hartwig will open her school) aa Also.u '

of those, connected witb him in the is if ptobahle that they will incur such an .-SJir. Amelia, !tltche, N/'W'OIleans. M>on as she has obtained a caa! of 10 ) .-

church. < pence, when they are morally certain to Cargo, 10,000 brKks, and 85 bbls, Scholars she will also give private A good M%-"- f.iit nt of

.. fl ...... be cast in the end. clay, by F. Christin. lessons to young ladies. at their 6wn Dry Goods, Sfcddlery, _Slioe,

The President of the United Slates has AaRIYLD rtou THIS PoaT. dwelling Every exertion will be usedto '
It Hatx
recf.gniaed" the appointment Ach-ilej! was fHtllie property under the 6riish i. I Al New York, Jan. 24/A.--Brrjj Enter merit approbation and support. &c.
(
Government the
Murat, u Vice' Spanish considered pruw, Hichc( .ck, na Key West U Terms made known } H. Nbba
Consul adinicrjn! of the it in rhe sartre light, and, from dine to front he latter fort. days. m eu apphcatiqo tQ ,.,
I Hn,, J.bri.i. p.nsacola, 9r. Feb. 18L-.4.,


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Notice is hereby Given BLA CKSMITHING.HB (DW1BD :
tot.c'rL"E I ,czo ftTAVA&D. I ON THE 'J
wHIl.\: t the neit icrm ot the Hon >
f ,. LOr No. 17r, orT Intenocia I WA.S stolen from the I'ensaeola I t4.S. the County Court, 1 will the t Suhscnber respectni'ly informs flank Pennsylvania '.
presen ,
!; l fctreet, with 2 Brick between the 30th day !; accounts and vouchers, and apply lor '-1 his friends, and the i'ubhc generally .. "'-

Stores thereon (one of I ol December and the ItSth inst. final settlement of tie Estate Francisco that he is now {irepared to furnish at Pliilaotlphia: ; in sums to suit purchaser*, ;
Gift : the shortest notice, tot sale by
wrrdi is now ()occupied) 1 Token, a New Year's I ouard,deceased.

11r. Jus. O'Nt4le&flL a large Store Housein for 1829; and 1 about 18 doz. I Desiderio tyiiiia. : \\ IRONS Sa ml. llambletcn.Pemacola ..
the Said Lot is 47 feet in front
rran Jan.iOtllrj
by 170 feet in depth. of Almanacs for 1829. I Testamentary Hxecutor.Pensacola of every description, as cheap as they can ( : : '" -

For further narticulars, apply to Any person giving, to the Subscribers.such I January :2d, i8 29.-51-9t. be imported: with the additional advantage Claiborne Female Sell nary. ;'r;

Thorn P. Kioboo. information us rtia\ lead to the conviction I of their being warranted ; and also

i of the Thief or Thieves shail: receive 1 1I I J. \LliW2'COLUthIu' warranted Ax .<, at the same raltlie 1 lUtE: thud Quarter of this 1'1 l1tUlhUI .'f
i will also be thankful for orders fur work commenced on Moncny tie 8h mst., .
reward of 20 DOLLARS ;
I i fc\H5CA'I \lTIH \ : and a information whiih nay give probable SVliUP.UBuliUY of any description in his old line ot business w.th the Female assistance. The whole .,

iI I : Subscriber respectfully informs any ground of suspicion against any individual I: : which ; and such as he may be favored circle of LITIHATCRI and SCIUM, .with ;.
.Jt i.us proved ,
Ladies and Gentlemen I of Peiisa- will be thankfully received and 1k \ ItIit'JI with, wilt be performed with expedition, all ttiv ornamental bratithet, can be enjoy. .A
&JA swain's HT ot Hit ..
cola and it* Vicinity, that he has opened suitably rewarded-! superior to any I and in the most workmanlike manner, at ed here. 'lie principal, the Uev. liENI '
ot the
Tardiff. I -aiiacesIOL.It, cure followings his UlacksmithS Shop in Pensacola.James WhITE, A. )!., of long experience in ,
.i SEMINARY Hunt & s, \iz :
Pendleton. teaching, will attend to .the former, assisted :
for the instruction of children in the English Pensacola, 20 h Jan. 1829. N It;UObIS: (or affection of the nones) ,. by the two'Female teachers a* .ar .

Lai npiiage.. KINu' EVIL, (.or SLUOFUi'A,) \VBITKLANCEUCU5. 11th December 1828 -45-tf. as necessary The Utter conducted whol- j

,\ School fir teaHung' the A!t nf DeoC.liY.nnft, '\V JiLL! 5 ; ly by th.m. It is intended to m.iHe this .;

t S RUA.V1VIya PBiVJf.11'lSlIIPwill PROPRIETOR OF THE : .. and inveterate UL-- -- tiitti rit1tr, Sec. a permanent esttblisnmeut, as such aune .

CElt:: i is greatly needed for "south Alabama. I]
be open at candle ight, five eveningsin I Harrudxhiirg Springs, (Ken.) ; LIVhK and BILIOUS COMPL \1NT3UHUMA : #-'f (test Uodhen Butter Five years in accession of uninterrupted ;'.

each wtek.Terms NUtS: tht'LCummunirl), that; the I'll, .Hcctiuns: ot the head and I I I IF51 l Family F'wur' Tea m half Bbls. health, proves CUiborneto be one of the !'"*

&c., will be made known by i H. recent improvements, together with) SY>'t EM gcner..tly ; J Ponchong safest places (on this! score) for parents jo .. '* j

calling on .the Subscriber, a' the Semi- the buildings! now under way, will by the ULJiii.t) ot like AtO i 11 i*. I HUOA'C Cranberries, entrust their daughters; and a number! of .. .

nun ii. Intendencia StreetVest of Col f'nSI8tlmm"r., make this establishment\ : SYl'lilLlh, and ail other dibt-R-.es aru he i.i.uuti Hams (Gassoway.) the most genteel families have engaged :,

lins' Hotel. decidedly the most extensively improved ingiii the nn,,perube "ilE.I... .U IV. liaisi., iiew Crop. to accommodate them with board. The ;..,.

K. 'I:'. Garrctt. watering pUce in the United States. It As a general d-purativc atucie, or Half Mbls. No. 1 Mackerel, i advantages in the Institut.on will surpass ;.:

Pensacola 7th Feb. 1829-1.-11. has became the Saratoga of the \Vetuni- cleanser ot the bluo, tiis reme>h pusses H.tlf best Cincinnati", Family Beef I any other of the kind in ths country, a* ;....

ting Society for pleasure: and) health: from invaluable puuci's; it li
GCEt.l\ the extremes of the continent. The Season : .tppetito and has as.; > tHe te.nur1;.ule I cl'- :Sauces, As soon as the Seminary is in full organization :! .

I of (faslnniia'tlc; rcsoi- i..J'lIw..1uy! amiAugust. seCt ot depriving\ :lie akin ot that "tI.lo" Plncllpk| Cn ese-. the course of studies will be ;
and G.\ TEo: "ave just receiv- Hoard ii h tl.I.II"f.: week .10'.1" il. ubscriber his St. 7.
WiNES o per !bilious tint, i.iiicn i&o common IIIHIIOUIi! :> / te at reMain divided into three classes, embrac.ig: :..f"I
late arrivals, and offer forsau cheantrllun the uthetn! people! call: live cunst Ullun :Street:) in front o' the Puolic Square.: three .

i *. ai their Store, cowr of Palafox and i I at liO'iie 1t'4 uii'itoesN-u* to say much J. ALUKItillT, Julius Pescay. I the years.In fmt will be embraced, Reading l
lme.i'l Miciu Street, choice and general i I about the well known qualities Hr i these
t P''ludel .: I !'(';lsCoh.! '. Nov 2l>u 182S-39tf.VOilTEil Writing, Orthography, English Grammar.. .:f,
Assortment of {Groceries celebrated waters, acknowledged hall The in i'i, 0'"1JoJ. the ,
proprietor, ofli'nng (; I I ID14 Geography, construction and painting
AMONG WHICH AttE medical men, acquainted with them: to be :\ ;irzuP" to It.' JlutJII! .. fUI'III'I\.t: tvuji ; of Maps, and the elements! Arithmetic, '* 'm

t suneiior, perhaps to any in the oiid.. The tile tiio-,1 I eiiiarlJie; t1o at 8 ;
New Orleans, whit- Havana. double reine'l cures: pet 'i" effect the is fl.'Ui-Ilri.i .
upon system i.y : by the same : ,. L.I the second
n testimony of us : : I Rhetoric, Logic Histo '
per"r '
!oaf and lump Sugars: ; : ;
I cathartic. diuretic, diaphoretic, and t'mc. .
I le.iicdMl powers, as g.veii lua i bv re ISprc.lahlc | ry. Composition, English Definitions .
IIlI.vanCuf1"* Indigo '
e \ I\ ,
; ;
Be:t rpf'n Every person will in 48 !hours!, be sensible in ) .. Common ; <'
1 pei&ons residng diffe-e-nt [ I Place Hook for useful Extracts, f
# Gun-powder, linueri-} of all th"se operations. p..ris of the United States, asa just mutt Poetical Recitations, Arithmetic contirlu- -'* f.

k :.: al, llt\soti! and One of f thebe waters (for Hurrodsburgafpirds due to the ua:ne, IS welt as being ihemeans : i ed, with some knowledge of Book Keep. .-..'. .
I :
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.
cont.ntiing: a minute
great variety)
I Teas i>conveying; 10 th cir fVlhiv crea () lH;. and the elements of Chemistry, at tS10 ".
tjiYoung IJys p'Hiiunof arse-nc! in lurevvnj ar iuutally afflicted a sure ,L. ... :i i (X per quarter. *
!
} ... Gt-shen Butter, tJoshcn Ctvv..1Clri' : the re-u'jval of the most obstinate cutaneous -
r elLcttidl:
I speed) and : Itinetty-awarc.\ "'at In the t'nrd, A tr"nomy. Natural and
i-.nati Hams!' Middlings of Uacon, eruptions, H tu'.n if 1 stiextreme- CIDER.
: I ilnny inediointrb ale at this lime (hbtribnttd Moral Philosophy, tue use ofthe Globes, 1
i'Tt'siii, and which the i
Lard !)F' one lu: l2kyt -
; aboui tIe couniry held forth to Composition: c() tinued.
1 FI..";IJ rai..inl, prunes figs, aimomNjIf ,; I sidift .1 -i* llnfl' qlle.ltly fails., affording :' U.-OH A'iiich they have nut CUI'Cdscat.s. t..c jr>". n* l>d **&. Domingo and r Learned Languages, at RIO Botany.per and quarter.the :. {
j
II Tain'i nnd-. md currants any leliet ugnie>I'.Hueuce: some of whIch they had t1P Havana Toffee. I I To thosev hf go through the whole : <
We here the of but ifc '
give opinion
F1ESI1 F-JUIl; ;, oftae!! Physicianvlioliaespokenin! its lued j-rcviuas the ue: cif luc *! ru/>, as Fifty Barrels Rye \\" his- course, the different Ornamental K-aa ':aea 1' I

-, M maoe Seen: by neir ovvn aUesU'iu.is. will be interrningle l Those.vh:, enter t

( >**& Mess anti praise. The meiiicinc S so u.g'H. reputed b} key. 'for paiticular branches will recite with $\
-t "We do not heMtate to jm that from I :
PltlMK PORK soilie it Hit phjdi'-uns toi the classes that are ill the
-- ; the composition, : ot the tlarr .Isourg \V.ter ..-- ti'ecitteof various One hundred and Fifty boxes same. The ornamental : .
disease. ihat to the prupnui ,rs branches, in connection. !
A.,. -. .. ; ..'clcs. olitcs ; cranberries it must he exceedinglyaiviaole, t" 4r. tw Porter Ale and Cider. the it j
above
Leu studies will .
tiiiawIeige giiUetnen 01 llt mcdi- he as follows. \'iz : '
Pickled lm.itn No. 1 .NUrkerel l in ill chrome dase of the idtJonniu
I- ; ticul.iily ; Is'. : '
Fine
j cal Ucuitvcre inJuctd try it ill Jis- For sa'e' l hy Needle Work on Muslin.Lace ; :
Ialf obi!'! Fulton! tnsirket bf.-;, superior org-.ns, followingnn"Ui t lever, dsn and Lace Veil ,
wn.ch Work .
t '*.seSt to they tiiemseiveshad bee.i and Embroidery:
quality tVVi.r tan .Jeises; < of tlie livei, and other con- VaHhaunVilso ,
Also
vinjett, and found j great benefit truui its Flower and Velvet Painting Laudescap
-
_ V.'i-v -. .I O'ci Vi.i-: ;.ir pUnu- hot cinnatcs: Li its C'imnuMti'mIt '
; : one ,ieulail l'ejIJIII' PrnsacoU.'ot. \'ot. 17th. 1S23 39.- and the HPW of ,:.
.. use ; par ) ; in Aiisn.IAII style P .nting .
M'. ., '. seuiblc-a celebritcd
.s t. 4\e ; v. :rk v'id'r, more nearly tlie which
'. N J., \vhose ciistuluiion was tiireai- embraces various "Fruits &6 '
Curri,,'- ;.M! Vn ))\k,.':, is"nd. Springs* ot f Seidht/ !ilit.iiia: than a.y pot : -1Jnd.
t m d L>>' ., everc attack of li>tT quarter. h :
Ii ; waters > II the history of coinilaint{ V.jII.gant F \\vnUmnnd \.
urlpeal
eJ1
nd. \'ice,s, "V iz ; wnio/i h
>vnicilve tie aiqumlcd. tlt'atl1lclI.13 i.i the course of a ftvkwteKs I nn1 PIES GATE-?, hive just reiUi This list branch will 1 be deferred a lit. '
Upice '
Ginger, p >;I er, cassia, macr (Signed,) ; .j
"aimed to the a fancy room
nut neg-s, and clove D..nie! Drake Ai. D. > rt : ei'juincit of peittct ct is prc-pared. .
The \ '
above -
ALSO hcKltl and ornamental branches attended ;

1 Best Winter ,trai-ie.l Lump oil ; Spirn Professor o/.>/iifu uiullmlical.Me-ncu UoIlobun I The' Accoints: vvhlcl have been rcceivI \\ T\ JHOlt CHAIRS, to ",ut of course, embracing tbo "
whole
J retti Hlld tallo\v cumlles : I ed l fr.nn :mge.!') in d.tic-rent: puts lit't.l which; with han.lnome of time. will be, t..
Ik-M, )i. D. a assortment For the .
lat
:tan'a Jie'tt catc'idi, Mver'w 8 lumiami Union' t'an": ;: oll.t guoi l u"'OtH ;\1" ; ) "'"r"itur.ciln he at their Store g2.50\ per quarter. ,
MeeIi
(Li\ >'up, ;tre v.iiiicieiu 10 co .1 I! !Iau>;? ill l Intendencia Street, three doois I Tne small 2nd. 15 do. f

1 : and A.BCtican egais ; : jnte :.t t.ii.-> tie! UK ociavo voUiuie ol; \\.>- j i '.. Collins* Hotel. Fur sale I If.r Misses in tne initiatory: siu ,
'e )w cheap
ol ;\t.\\ Ui leans, ui o dies will
lijbicia }
DC charged !j5 ]
U.r (ion, Steel', catings and ploug.! wvr'!s ut two uii.uiit d paijes 10 euuinie ; t'a..n. I per quarter \
mOllld.. :'iuve much e\peieuceiii u i lIs'p J .ik as : Lecture on murals and science delivered -. \
: '
uii tic cur I.
r :
Corn H-noms triihes.TOGE'I'IIEII. 11111'e the Umiersigned prattt 11)11- I Pens:irola.9th Dec, 1825.NOTICE. to the schohi.A : i\\
; :; I lie tld.-e3\ ut the "Ca'umbian'! .. [
in the ( Syrllp''He -' :
WITH t sot Medicine CIt ot I Nev Ii-a: -> daily record keptof; the manner of ;

dim!;. S') liitiIV ol tie xidutton ilh"t plJt CUes j jill' j IIIIClvUal\; .rllll )) tiOJlftd; and adapted ll the recitations! and the condu of each .. :
_\ quantity of L) tilt ..;: ;':-a :siren,;: .u.; il.c'inu'i: -1
IIC or I llArtu.nd I '" : g; w.ca t' sy.stim. I {:-po: uolic} ll1iicIIC" U isb: .) ,eftet.y i.i c-Ht, th. r'cconl11'; it to t> I ..')It>! > or puni n the cuttingof guardians for inspection. ThIS will ena-
HATS.V SHOES', \.:)ISIWtl. ) "\ <: t fL.ts: need )e Hpitlunded] ) fro tit vduar. ,:\;". 1', Jwn the Public Lands. the them to know how heir daughteN

AND i). L. Kerr, R. Davidson, \\ HCII taken .igiceiijiy; to redirections. : } I hese I'ttC .>" > extend not only to spend their time in school. Examinations .

I AIAKGE \S30UrlCNTOFCroi ( : S. I llciniiiuaii, Flood, It ni to tlic tenJcr mtai.t
OIJh
hhioii ortortile
keiy and () Ja s \ "'are. H.. Dow, \V.V. New, adult.MEIie.iL : \t'rv description Ukm from HIP Public The Principal has adopted, in part, the :
Land, l lor ,ltp .lIrptt'iC of :Shippingror: the s> string of Pestilozsi and Lanca ,wnicb! .'
To al! of hirh they niMt.Hie atten'io- I). Urbour, A. Perlec
KKCOMMCNDATOUT :\lJrrr use' of S.iuM.lis:! tc" It is to be under- proves the most successful for profitable '

of their ( ustorr.ers and of iii"whni Public, II. C. lt..uduplj. J. Rice, 11:ivnig rcct.iu .-(hcd tie ime "J .1. .71I .itoo t lio v everllnt: the instructions do not and lasting improvement. a .

.p iluj.re_ now prMie.l| tf) suppl\ S. C.: SiHiih, J. Dxv, or. I Ifiiri'l'* ''ixOLUMHIAN 3 KUt" 1:1 lily' .. lv Ii .:'riiv;. to ii.iiut.iU.HCU for fuel or for plantation The necessary books for the use of the '
from i.ieirvery cinnpletf :t :;iMrnicnt, will 1 I
articles 1Jt' theIJl't and tin- hue numiicr ohstmate (hiseaIei that I I pi iv ale 1)l'aClIc1.,1' neaiiy i\va _ears, ar: purposes. Seminary, are kept by the merchantsand ;" .

4 most risoibk' etn.s.cjtulit) on mvo been cured in tiiis! (:iiy, by us use, I 11.1.\: IIIg witnessi-a its decided fii'icicy in Benj D Wright, stationary' for ti'e ornamental\ branches '::

to mention here. I cas ts: which had related &c by the low .
nu.neious
rl.jcnl:1.: 29ih l nec. 182S. ire too Aga many > pievio'isly U. S. Principal, at prices, to ;
"\\'c the UndTbig.iedjr.iCtitioner&: { ol Medicine I the rsuj.1 rcniediet, Iow with luucli Attorney. je paid for when obtained. :

.i.Utltlitti residing in Baton Siuge (Ii) from plea "le give my lestmiony. in its IHVO.IF, Pensacola. 7 Nov 1828 -36-tf. No scholar received for less than a .

t ; ; k5 1 i\u\aus\u experience, warmly recommend the Sut- a!id will quote a lew ot the moat remurK [uartrr, and no deduction made for abence .i_ '

ton or Hauodbtniig: Water to public coufi atile cure performed oy the i ama: which l.albnrneCel1 >n the quarter. _
; H" o\lIhk.! I .. r respectfully! infurm ] .
T deuce. (Si b nt'd.) came un"ICl'my notice. As much ex pence has been sustained
the \oin ; tientlemen and Ludter ofPensacola. fi st .Monday January next, in ; .:
1>. C. Hatch making thw establishment. little in
a
.j Job'i lJinckl 's of ONh .
Mr.
thkt he will teach the son, \bmgton, exeiCIS- ot this Institution \viilbe! dvance for(
tuition is
ART \v. Williams, tow,, hip, Montgomery count\ i I'M. ot ui- resumed under the joint injunction "*nd4ILp.rtstenience will :,e greatly nc Jed"and "'
OF expected.
: 1*. B. Hartley, ceration ol the :n.Mith and turoat, and ofthe Rev FHASCIS H. v
!' There is also in this
place two Classical
Kunniug Penmanship. .')'zr. (j. S. Jl \ioloir i..Hainmation of tile eyes, ; the PORTKH, and the Rev PE'rt.E DuTY. To -\c.ld\:nues for males, able :
taught by warhy -
I disease the MJI! ot tie!
C. B. French tiaduiestroyrul pans them the Hoard of Trustees hav & ; om! mil and teachers ,
t Yonn; Gentlemen can lake lemons in thCourt .- tliroHt ami rout ol the niouiii, that It laid of the good
A I.ITTEU FROM BUl'TlJUlclhKny t 'd thv entire government pupils!
; or::: rile Editors at Mobile and at
houtse duru.g the day Voting Ladies Dare the bones a..a made; its way into Uit of their'
3rt' whole
JUlie 181'5.fc"Uocrt ? .
I New Orleans, ad m the management Tallahassee, will confer favor .
will r>e attended to at loom. a by giving :
1'eiersou
any mst-1rs. Maiy ul \Vil
ii e. (JP.AHAM: -I'eruonal experience .ng- liducatioivth-y will.ot "indepenp-nt, ac- I tutu above a few insertions' "Pro
where four fivecun I boo
meet.
or
satisfies tint ton. Del co.ihrmed scroitila, unurwhici theif of dUIand : .
S me, your Harrods coitliiip i to conviction Mcft."
K 'L" Garrett.II I she laboured nearly three Y ' From ar
burg water possesses:! many valuable ntll'xclusl'e 0'1 tl'eir own responsibility. Claiborne, Dec. 13, 1828.Executor's ;
Pcnsaro'a.! J-m 26" lH2 -2'J -t '. qualities which entitle it to a :She had eilea&ive a: rofulous uicciations I 11'1 A< :.,,vnent they anticipate the happiesi .

__ high rank am>;i.gbt the remedial agents Oil the lelt :>oiue of tin ..eck uovvu to lur rt tllts.-Their united efforts, aided by

Arc_ errilury of f loniia, employed for tI.l' curt diseases inhs breast ; the bream 'very much enlarged ; on Hiul varied l experience in the sI o X OtICP. i

climate. Its ill would her left arm swollen and useless! und In.:: ssion. confidently trust persons having claims against the ,
: \\ est i'll IH-trict. use army ;practice, las lc prot they ALL
1'' he attended with the muM beneficial con. head on the attested side rech.nii on the vu'l secure! to their pup 11important benr. 8t"te Joseph Castillo, deceased, .

Superior Court, INnvtmbcr ieque''ices- Intemperance is one main: !shoulder and violent pain in her iy>.enr. fits ; ai-d! t.o thell...?elve the confidence_ are -equested to present them to the :

Term 1823. ) source of disease amongst suldiein n.l -LellcraJ: .1'lionid.s ::tjnydt, ot Hl\ UIII..tC I a ifcncrouh aud enlightened community Subscriber, and all nelsons indebted to '

Pt"atfllli: Tuesday llth Nov. ISl8. there Iii no curative mean within our con .ttcctlOlt ol tile head tollowed by an ob- All acquainted with the process of edu- >ali Estate are requested to aki i immediate -"J

trol that can so hpeedilv und' effectuallyremove t stiuciioii ot the nostrils; severe pain in cation'know that a division oflabor| is as payment, to
1 Urosnahams
Juan i its scqueix nod restore tone to the the upper jaw extending from tne ncsc i advantageous'and operative in the Acalenuc Joseph Roche '

F \ \. ystem as: tins water. In convalesence over the clteek bones ; the cheeks exhibiting I ( hall, i us in the 'factory of the Artist. Executor.

l L v."no Heirs Pmhps Joseph, asvl Philips the dec'd. }( from the different grades ot bilious or gas a high state ot II tijuimation. 'Mr.VH All ilie branches of Literature and Science January 'th, 1929-52-8t. : >

tric '-ever. its action i* also no less power e:itinc liorael. ot ulceration of the left that constitute a complete English -

pr 'IJIS day came the said Complainant this )* lu! and eHicncious.. Its inlrouuction int) nostril, obstruction of li.esameloss of I Education, together with tne Latin and Notice is

Coun t"I, and .l appearing; to th0 army practice would rece\e my cordial .smell difficulty i breathing, and severe Greek languages! may be acquired on hel"ebyGi'en.;

Court that the said /eno Philips Admmis approbation." J. P. ('. McMA lION, pain of the system.-Mr. Musick's wife correct and systematic princip e Stu- / pHAT six weeks from the date hereof,

trator aud ht'irif the said Joseph Phil"jijis Sur. U. S .4. sun and daughter; Mrs. Musick. of Chrome (lents may either be prepared for Collegeor 4i 1 w.iIf apply to the Hon. the County

deceased, and others the Unknown$ Doctor J. LovelK Surgeon General ol Ulieumatism, with which she had been receive here the completion of their Court of Escambia County.for Letters of

ilrirs of the SAid Joseph Philips deceased, I the United States ha* ince authorisedthe "afflicted, upwards of sixteen years his Education. The following are th. rates Administration upon the estate of EtTord

reside out of the said District and Territory Surgeons of the South to puichaie ol aon l of scald head, and .daughter scorbutic i of'I uition, payable quarterly, viz: Jones deceased.

', and have not answered the Bill of the water and powders tor litany piaclice.A .Afieclioii of the gums and! discharge Alex. Mims.Pensacola .
Complaint filed in this ('uu! e. letter from New Yoik. trom the left ear.-Stephen Snurc's: son ofcarious I. Re-idingand Orthograp'iy gt perqr '
that unlefis the ofthe shin the 2. Writin Arithmetic C.i Jan. 8th 1829-52-6t.
It IS therefore' ordered, NEW Yonic, MAT IST, 1826. afi'ection ; nearly

said Defendants appear here on or before Sir, I enclose you a ten whole of the hin bone was destroyed, jlish Grammar and Geo- ..

the fir&t, Monday of April next and answer dollar bill the woitli of which I wish you together with many of the smaller uoncs graphy. 6 THE Subscribers, having formed a Co
James Al' of liver :3. The I.a tin and Greek Languages in Mercantile bnsiness un
the Complainant's Bill herein, the same to forward me, in Harrodsburg powders, 01 the ''oot.-Mr. lulII.
shall be ixken for confessed u. km8l them, the efficacy of which 1 have sufficiently complaint and asth.ua, w nch h. had upwards and alt branches of der the firm of

and the maiiera thereof decreed accwrd- ot nine -Mrs. Myeis, of ulcerated Science and Literature not *
tested in cases of dispepm to esteem yeais. f< VJt. JJtJJLJv V W WTT 8() \ *
mentioned above 9 r
mouth and throat, and her ;
:ngly. them .1 a most valuable medicine.-Other --- ore
And it is further ordcrt l, that a copy of officers of the army are desirous of pro daughter scrofula. Ueidt:8he diseases The budding U commodious ond eligtle have taken the Store in Palafox street formerly

this, and the foregoing, order be published curing of them possible." I aID pleased I above enumerated, I prescribed: Syrup > and the healthiness the place is occupied '1' Mr. Johu Jerriiun Jr:

in soiwe pubhcNe"lipaperofUlIs District to hear that Doctor lltrney, surgeun at I with great success iu mercurial cases and probably surpassed by none in the State. adjoining Mr. F H. Nisoet, wee they Ila.e"received

once ueektor lour months successively. Oat ton Rouge, to whom i had recommended secondary syphilis. Hoard and washing cnn be obtained in and opened an assortment of .

them,baa succeeded in his Application, the families of the Teachers at $24 per FRESH MERCHANDIZE,
have them allowed to the United In giving this testimony ofthe met tq oj quarter i the first quarter to be paid in
A true Copy, from the Record.W. to the Columbian Syrup," I divested ny from Philadelphia consisting of
advance. reside in retired and
They
river.S. .
States Hospitals on the Mississippi: I
-I Ilasell) Hunt, Clerk, ,Mukeuzie, language entirely of technical terms, the healthy situation,.and Vdf attend stiictlyto i Dry Goods, Groceries,
those whomit
36-4m. Superior Court of lYttt Piorida.Vinvs ,, better be understood to the welfare and improvement of their .
the If. & .ySlIue.l\ev lark
of is intended to convey its effects. The boarders. Hardware, Oockery,

BUA.MIYCheianite These few quotations are selected from length of time ,the diseases have been No ach81uwill be admitted<< for a shorter Tin Ware
Saddlery
I thousands, as b ing abort ai.d good autho dissipated convinces me, that the cum I ,
) The the sale of the H*.r- term than one quarter, and no reduction -
rity. agents in are jwmanenl, and may with propriety be made f)r absence. Clothing Huts,

\ &c. &c. rodsburgjrtiter and powders are Doctor said J, that its healing qualities! rank ii AH that cmnme'nce l\ew quarter.will be
a
1). Wilson, Louisvillej J. Wells, Nashville; BOOTS
remedies of the ,
firs' present
lfPERIOlt London Dock Biaud among& the considered u engaged fur at leant that
} H. M. Lone, Hun'tsvilif Messrs. 8l dge
; M. U.
_ _ CI day JOHN I. MAYWEG, t lln .
ditto and VloodcockFlorence J.J. Smith and quarter -
'
;
March 1828.
4g Cos: IIHC do. Co. St. Louis ; It. L Smith and Co. Philadelphia, 5r There it at this place a Female Seminary I &c.

.. Old! Madeira Wme, Blackwell Miss The above mentioned Medicine can be in successful operation, under the d Ii
Natchez K. Vicksburg, j
; low for Cash
of
Old Sheri.v du. J. Swift, and Co Si Francisville : H. A* procured, at three dollars per quart bottleof rection of a gentleman of ample expert, which they will dispose! !

Bordeaux Claiet do. 'trxander, Baton Kouge A. Raid New the! Subscribe/ who will exhibit \0 fence and ability in his J1r..o uiou. Females Cotton, Cedar,'or approved acceptances.

Old Irish Whigkev 6tli Pi oof. Orleans ; U. r.. Uenham and Co. Mobile ; :;; any' person applying, the certificates of will at'>>o be adinittedinio the Aca Blyden Vanbaue,.
r.QB SALE.-3Y ', alluded! ta by Doctor Mayweg.I heretofore ana carefully Irtttructed
J C. Morgan, Alexandria, MISS j Lynch and cures den:y M W.. M. Wi1sQfl11deusatole
'Tari.banD1180n., f'lirkt'j New Ywrk. ; 0. Majih ll, Phila. I Vanbaun -WiUon. in Literature arid cien e. I 1st NOT. 132-49tf.

.Pt .a el., 17tb November UJ28.Jj&. delphidu 1 I rtn col J., 16th January, 1826-tf. Claiborne, Wee, 19, 1828. ,

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