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

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Vol. '''I. (Prixtfi+ltett Lott3ittet.) PBNSAOOLA. tru: IA Y,. APRIL. 28iVt32flWKKXLT a. t?Pe n ict >a l : tisllttaa std_bnOAf', .) No. 13- ; -.

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ftaLl..r.D. a" .fWQ' hundred dollars be, and'thesame'l j I ,or repeaJany law nw in force r Sec 4. .And 6e it further enacted, I t I j'i infamy,I have to state that he eomraissK>v .

VI K.S1JI.ir Btl'NlJ', I I hereby! is, allowed bnnually, as a salary j i i ting the exportation of sugar uta-I l That it shall be lawful for the qualified I was\ not protracted "0.' thin to time, cm
the Marshal of the District of our rpcomnieudation. It was only continued .
to -
i the U. States
I except to change the voters of the Territory! of Fiol ida .
PuMuher of lake Lm..,the United States Connecticut. I owe, within a lew months of the time
end oflhe Territory ef Florida. I ,rate of drawback when so exported : to elect their Officers, Civil and Military limited by law, when I cam into office.

Approted-6th January, 1829. And provided That this act shall in such manner, and under such Mo decision hitch then beea made, and one -
TERMS.FOUR advance if [PUBLIC, No. 6.] I cease to bt in force so soon as the rules, regulations, restrictions, and year loicp.rYa iYfln. Before the end of .'..,.:"
DOLLARS ; that Mr. .
narment i i" deferred poranmim II'x months, FIVE An act to amend an act entitled An net exports of sugar shall be equal to the : conditions, as! are prescribed in the I! gcste.i year i fiat, a longer O erto time and wonlfi myself be reqni-suit .

HOLLARS will he required.BIT' for the better organisation of the Medical: i imports of the article. in the I
same foregoing provisions! two first red : I think: as well *i 1 recollect, tix
Advertisements inserted conspicuously! at Depaitmeot of the Navy, approved24th AFP Loved 21st sections of this months. For
January, 1829. act. j an explanation o! the cause! 1
\ for fourteen lines I May, 1828.
forthe fin'tinsertinnandFiFTY i even- CENTS, He it enacted by the Senate and Sec. :0. And be it further enacted, :. of this application, I refer to his letter, (Jin. t
PUBLIC No. t I ) When be' commission was aoovt t. ;
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for enrh continuance in 1 That the Members of
-longer ones pro- House the (he LegislativeCouncil !
llOrtion. of Representatives, of l An act in jttLli-iou to the act entitled "An expirtwe employed two additional! clerk; :!
United States of America, in Congress ,I' act to amend the judicial of the in ihn Territory of Florida, I and labored twelve hour n day for severalweeks :
ALL KIN DS OF assembled That every Surgeonwho Unttd: States" shall be elected by the qualified vo- : end nnder a confident expectation .I.

lJJ 1 !iFU'trr'& was in the Navy, at the time of I Be it enacted by the Senate and ters in the respective! counties hereinafter that the Board the woiiM buniuexs! l be of prolonged the otSc! for wcotidnaed t

Tn" FULLY RECEIVED. AND PROMPTLY the passage of the act for the better House of Representatives 1 f the Uni- designated, at the time provided three months after our lime l limited by the "

AID .aTr.y EXECUTED: OS REASONABLK organization of the Medical Department ted Stoics of America, in Congress } by law, in the following! manner, act of Congress had elapsed } and if the ,I

T :RM?. r THIS' nrricR of the Navy, approved twenty. i i assembled, That if, at any st- ion of to wit : From the county of Escani- person who mikes the enquiry, ever tend
bia two members from the the I law s of the United States, he would ;
- fourth of May, one thousand eight ; ih* Supreme t Court, four Justices ; countiesof 1 : "1..t
perceive, in the or that *
act body rou
wore This the ni'inbcr:present commences Editor appeared the sixth before tear hundred and twenty eight, shall be ; thereof shall not attend on the day Walton and Washington, one finning our report?, that a speHal provision n

the Pu',lic in the pon-ible stannic he entitled to The additional pay and rations i appointed fur holding said session, member ; from the county of JJC'kSOD, ins made l legalizing our piocee iing...

then assumed. Since that period, his pi- (according to length of survice) I such Justice or J "'t.eel as may attend two members: ; from the county of} An extract from the report copied, in ray

tate concerns have given place to public provided for by the fourth section of shall have authority to fauj,uni said Gidsden two members ; from the j I Circular from the primed documents wilt
duties, till the former h: ye become so tn- of Leon twit member from j I show their estimation of the manner ia
county ,
that act, notwithstanding such Surge Court from day to day for twenty ; j which the dalle were pf'rftrmpdbe
That triri.te same as to portion detmnd of immediate his time may now be ons may not have been examined. or I days after the time appointed for the the counties of Jefferson; Madison mid I lieve it will be found thAt one hundred and

devoted to settlement of hisbuistaudingchimt. received their appointments in the commencement of said session, unless Hamilton, one' member ; from the fifty cases were decided and reported by .* ;

and to private rurrospo-ulence. he : manner prescribed oy the first section four Justices shall sooner atteuu ; and minify of Duvnl, one ; fiom' rite alter the commission expired. If I were

has piocurfd. for the present at ''east, the I Ic Ior I thereof. the business of said Court stall nor, ('ftlJmof N'lxsnu, one ; from the the bear only from person cnnsirieratinn implicate,of 1 delicacy might for to*
uritn of A. Gordou Esq. in the
'Editorial- ; duties. [PUBLIC No. 7.] il n such case, be continued) over i tJ (counties of Saint John1 & M'isqueto, se f, what it is proper should assert that

March 17th, 1829 An net for alleging ihe times for holding! he next stated session thereof, until two ; and from the county of Monroe, the Commi;
'. the sessions of the Ci'Tuit Court of the more business fourth than .f
tm member Anti byJU"
et. t -MU i >!M the expiration of said twenty[ day, one any art of Congress any
United States, fflr I h.. District of Georgia Board) that has ever been organized in the j
Liicsofthr United States.BY instead of the ten days: now liu.ne.i or of the Legislative Council t
at the places provided by law. United States, in the same tim>. I can
J I He it enacted by the Senate, and iv. law. of said Territory, ale'fining; the limitsof prove it tiy a reference lo the Records at t

AUTHORITY. House of Rcprcstntatives, of theUnted Sec. 2. And be further enacted, election districts! in tits sun'?, inconsistent Washington. It ir. "tue, that Con .etl
with the proviited that, the Repikter and Receiver
States of America, in Congress That if it shall !so nnppeu, during any i foienoing provision should perform remaining diries be-

tJUa V iv rtw assembled, That the ixlh Circuit term of the said Supreme Court after ,he'Hid the '; are herebyrepealed.! lute confided ti-. the any Commiisiouers: ns "ad '

Court of the United States for tour of the Judges shall IMVCisseii- Sec. 6. And bi'il further enact'r/7' lieen ii.nal in nil other C"ItSt' i io the Stares t

the District of bled that on less linn That it shall he I hwVuI l for the Go- and Tenitori- where Commissioner had
a i I it Georgia, which i is by any day: the
and Legislative: Council been organized The rf'J."rt o| the Comniittfe -
law appointed to be holden on the number of four slid! assemble, thv vernor at
flU e: trsiCi of whifh is /given; iu my
time hereafter
to alter or arrange -
fourth Monday in November, annually Judge or Judges so assembling shall any Circular i j" nut tip: only docnmeotiii.wnich'he

at Savannah, in the said State, hive: authority to adjourn Hid Court the districts: in Hiirh manner as appri.l'i 'iitii of the government i is exueafifl. :-
I to serure, as near as be an In the other offichl' '
shall hereafter be holden on the from dt, today until a qt:9run shall; may ; C mmaiucaiiuns -

: Thursday after the first Monday in attend, and, when} expedient} and equality of representation in caci- three n-ports are mentioned in :
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. PASSED j: district. terms so highly cnra| lmentaryf that C ,
I November, annually, at Milledgeville proper, may adjourn the same without; : ;hats not meiiiif tln-m. I am Hsk.-d, hat .
AT THE SECOND SESSION OF THE in the said State ; and that the day. Sec. ;. And h? it further enacted, period elansed between the disc of the ..

TWENTIETH CONGRESS. session of the said Court which is now Approved-21st 1829. That the art: of the Governor ami r.nnniissiou and my election. I refer the i .i'
[PUBLlC-No., 2. [ law be Legislative Council of the Territory author to the net of Congress and to the>
required to holden the
An act restricting the location of certain by on PUBLIC No. law of Ihe Territory 'from whteh he may
[ 12. of Florid the of of
] i, fixing spat justice
Land Claims in .Territory of Arkansas sixth day of Mty, annually, at Mil- mlk.! ilit 'atculation. .
AN ACT to authorize the Citizens of Ihe
; and for other purpos ledgeville, in the said Slate, sh ill hereafter Tea ritClrif of Arkansas and Florida l i Jttrkson county, in said! Territory, The next subject- the case Forbes &

Be it enacted by the Senate and I be holden on the Thursday after elect their Officers, &. f or other purpus. to s. j jHe be, and the s nn' is herebyannulled' :! ; Co.. which think is pretty well undercd 1 1o
House of of the and the people anti local mithoriiK of t', ; and i nhall reserve any discussion J
Representative i the first Monday in May, anmullv it enacted by the Senate and \ .,
tsaid f he merits to a more suitable and I.ro-
United State of America, in Congress ; Savannah in louse ; county shall h ivc the privilege
; at the Sold! State ; and of Representatives of the per occasion. So far as I recollect any 4 *
assembled, That no person entitled : that all process, which shall) have been United States of America in Congress i of selecting v ;ir county neat, in such conversation: on the subject! which were salways J

donation of land by the manner as other counties have been introduced by others, I held uut- a
to a j issued, and all recognizances returnai assembled, Tjiat the citizen of the
eighth section of an acMmtrtled "An i hIp, and all suits and other proceedings rei ratorY of Arkansas, qualified to :I authorized to do, under. the laws of foimiy the same language-and that in leubttance
it would he a.
said WI\I. probably
act to aid the State of Ohio in extending 'I which have been continued] to vote, shall and may, at such time and Territory. longtime before it was settled, judging by '

the Miami Canal from Day- the said Courts respectively: on theda's glace, and under such rules fy regulations Approved-2hr t Jniinry, 1829, what wa alone in other Territories tend .t
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.. Ion to Lake Erie, and to grant a I and at the places, heretofore as the Legislature of said --. I Slates. 1 never could hate said, that the J

quantity of land to said State, to aid provided by law for their meeting, i Territory may prescribe, elect their PO L ITI('_4 L. tide was illegal, or the land United S'ates'properly Jn..ver

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of the Canals - -
in lie construction au- shall be returned and held to be con Officers, Civil -ind Military, except =-= ot.- : : == confirm It on account of its magnitude -

the":zed by law, and for making do- tinued.to the slid Courts the times t'fam Hit Floridian.To tnatofBaitrop .'
at sucn as, by the laws of Congress now and that it might lie over, like .

D:1'jn.s: of land to certain persons in and places herein provided for the I in force, are to he appointed by the SIR.-In THE EDITOR. of the! 17th ull.. I and others in Louisiana. 1 promised ;

A kansas Territory," shall be permitted I meeting of the said Courts respect-I. P rftsidellt'of the United States ; and perceive various your paper iutrvrogatortes i addressed the settlers! nothing more than toobtiin otner J ''I I
in the Territory and that .al
to enter the improvement ol any : ively. except, also, Justices of the Peace, to me, prefaced by a short introduction of tor them pre-emption; rights which have .. L

lyr-iil settler in the Territory of Ar- Approved, 2lsi January 1829. Auditor and Treasurer for said Territory commonplace ideal, of the right and duy been piyen to all who settled on puolic Id-id \1

katicas, before the same shall have who shall be chosen by joint of citizens to enquire into the i-innci m prior to a particular period. If this Ih.HUd \
which diiti
pnltlic -v ate dmclMrqed
been offered for sale, unless it bewith [PUBLIC, No. 8.] vote of both Houses of the Legislature, Representatives. To the nv,-i free by, ihrir minute be pionounced s:> b> the highest tribunal \
of such actual settler An act to allow a sahry to the Maralial: in the United States, the few person* who
t'It' consent ; and for such and unlimited inquiry into
such time !
of riv public
at term
of the Eastern District of VirginiaBe were there in 1920, will be entitled to the \
and nil entries which be made and otiiriril acts! I have nor the : I '
may so it meted by the Senate, and service, as the said Legislature shall sldh'est benefit of that! law. To those who have I.
objection ; and how far three
null and void. interrugalo-
shall Considered
there subsequently<< if benefit .
gun any
House of Representatives, of the United prescribe.Sec. rie& are of that! charnrier he dete.-nii-
may .
Sec.2. Be it further Thatno io.jld 'f! piocured for them, I have lade i t
States America in ned by those who !Imve tdM'ii lie
of Congress And be it rouble toperuse
2. further enacted
residing south of the Ar- no stipulation And entcrrd into no engagement f
person assembled, That the sum of two hun- service and duties that would me from
That the term the prevent sup- I
and west of the If into
Kansas liver an inquisition !oml
present mv profe s .
dred dollars be, and the same (1"'" ting any law that could be procured
Territorial line, shall be entitled to hereby and powers, feesand emoluments engagements, pirate conn arts, and l..!{nl I for their benefit should be practicable :
any .
is, allowed, annually, as a snUrv to fees he considered
of the Officers, Civil and Military, are n as a part of my
the donation of land given by the i II is a fact ut perii-c; notoiiety to every one
the Marshal of the Eastern District of public conduct to be inqmrrdinto !
chosen the citizens shall he necessary .
eighth section aforesaid unless sAld so by of ordtn rv intelligence, that the membersfrom
on the present oca lion. the author
Virginia. the Legislature and : LoniMaHH, Missouri and Arkansas,
prescribed by ,
persons shall move east of said line ; has HMttreilly gone exren"i,olv into them.
and in that case, they shall be enti- I I Approved, 21st January, 1829. they shall be commissioned by the From this also;, I have nothing; to appr,. obtain have been decision endeavoring ol all fo the many Land years Claims to i

tled to the donations specified in said [PUBLIC-No, 9.J Governor of the Territory, and sub- hend. 1 am g-nl.ifit'llhat. they have been within their respective limits. N.t h-.nest -
tlmist before 'h public, as the publicationof
eighth section of said act, under the An act to establish a Port of Entry at ject to removed from office in such them furnishes me with some indication man can say that trie p:ivat. ought nut to .

restrictions aforesaid. Magnolia< in Florida. mode and for such cause as the Legislature of that unde6ned. andher l] <*lofure undeli I\a- he separated l from Ihe public property { '7'r

ANDREW STEVENSON, Be it enacted by the Senate and shall declare by law. All hlrsyitem of attack whirr certain individuals and no impartial man can say that the in* .
if restsif the United Stare are sate in
Speaker of the House of RepresentativesJOHN House of Rejrresf.ntalines of the Uni-. laws now in force, inconsistent with have privately made, or encouragedupon the hands of the Supreme Court.cot Inbefurr. 1823,
C. CALHOUN ted States of America in of this me, tn all strangers on their It" oval
I Congress the provisions act* are hereby I Forties' claim was ever presented,
Vice President of the: U;.Hrd States, and. among us. Surs, ant Speculation : t
assembled That all havaali
the ports harbors repealed. This act shall take effect I 1 it was strongly urged: on Congress to
President of the occasionally reach me, of what
6th! Junua 1829. Senate.Approved shores, and waters, of the main from and after the first day of December was mid or insinuated and they are evennow g claims over the juii ildictiod of the Coaimisioner -
v. referred ro the court fur deci- ,
JOHN QUINGY \DAM3.PcBLic land of Florida, and of the islands one thousand eight hundred and presented" in such a "o>'ftfionabi : .wn, in a 'Aleiunri.*! of the Lugislatite

opposite and nearest thereto, extending twentynine.Sec. *". ne. that it i i5 doubtful thy I Cou.ici!, of whicn the fiUewing u an extract = .
[ 3.] deserve notice. The author disclaim an J"' '
An act rxieuding the term within which from Ocklockney bay to Char- 3. And be it JlIrtlu"r'cnacttd, intention to make charges, but propounds I : ., ,1J.

Merchandize may be exported with .;iebe lotte harbor, be, and they are hereby, That every bill that shall have p.msed interrogatories! which are designed to be I "Therein j another! topic of considerable 1

:efil ofdrawback. established a Collection District, by the House of Representatives and received a* such, and to create unfavorable interest and niHgnitude to this Territory f ta

Be it enacted by the Senafe and. the name of the St. Mark's District ; the Legislative Council of the Legislature impressions. Before JHllcf't..liug! to J. and the Uuile.i States, upon which your.
the interrogatories, I wilTobserve that the I Memorialists would respectfully expressthen d
House of Representatives> of the United and a port of entry shall he established of the Territory/shallhefory assertion that the Corporation. ;M. and opinion, on the preseal occasion. Jncoiis

States of America, in Congress at Magnolia for said District anda of the extent of sea t
it become a law, be presented to the myself were interested in properly to qunce great
assembled That from and after the. Collector shall be appointed, who Governor of said Territory ; if he which allusion! is made, is tale assumption roast fy which Florida i is bounded, aunt '_
of this act all goods shall give the same bond the neither the Corpoiaiion, nor mjrtelfwere the ron-icqtieiit passage wares! perform approve, he shall sign it, but if not, interested in i it.1st. subjected, the IIp..ccly settlement. of lh"* i'

and merchandise vhich are now enti- same duties, and be entitled to the he shall return it, with! his objections, Inluro.l tory.-U\Vhflt led to your country, will readily present iiffit to your 1
tled todebenturc, or which be same compensation and fees as the Excclferrcy.ita of the! most important '
may to that House in which it shall have appointment as it commissioner of I lams : .at object
hereafter imported, may be exported Collectors of the other Districts in originated, who shall enter the objections claims '" consideration. In order to give that t

with ih" benefit of drawback, and Florida. their I am at a loss to perceive the revelancyaf strength an t security to Territories truS
at large on journal and should! bir
this qUf! ljolt to my duties as Delegateft peculiarly siiiiHted, emigration
without my deduction: from the amount Sec. 2. And be it further enacted reconsider it If after such I mans
proceed to : Congress, and still more nt A loss to invited ro them uy every advisable .
of the duty on the same, at Thai all that part of Florida, between re-consideration, two thirds of that know how to answer it. 1 presume the within the control 1 the Gim ;ral 1 G vero4meut. .. '

tiny lime within three years from the the St. Mary's and St. John's river, House shall agree to pass the bill it President (Bourne) and lire Senate thonght To accompli; hu dcsiralle purpose '
date when the have been me qualified.2d. it be considered "t iheflrrt too- .,.,
same shall be : stay
may annexed to, and made part of shall be sent with the objections to de-
the land
How did that claims to ofllIt'r .
long I enjoy tl/e office and mvnl.
or shall! be imported : Provided, the Collection District of St. Au- the other House, by which it shall what emolument, &c. 1 scrrption should be promptly ascertaroetiand .

That all existing laws regulating the gustine. likewise be re-considered, and, if 1 I served in the office about Iff months, ftdjnstoriv Upon Ih5 subject yoOlrMtntorialisrs .f 1 I 1

exportation of goods, wares, and merchandise Approved-21st January 1829. approved by two-thirdsofjthat House, and my compensation was axed by law-I world,. with' all th t respect and? :

shall have been in all other it shall become law. But in all received no- more. The author seemed t. confidence true tit the constituted uhori- .. '
complied with. [PUBLIC-No. 10.] a suppose he knew as in a few fines below! tie of the Outcry. ree'rtinmcnd tftar rne' jio'werj -
respects such cases, the. votes of both Houses he of Co.Jlnii..ione.. nhhuld ISe .
An act allowing an additional drawback OA assumes that I was in it two years. the ( enlarged i'
And provided further, That this Sugar refined in the United States, and of the Legislature shall be determinedby The next four questions are jumbled to- relwire tn claims upon which they ,

act shall not be so constrned as to exported therefrom. yeas and nays, and the names of: getter with such inaccuracy, that I am left are authorized to pronounce a final decj- 1

slier in any manner the terms of credit He it enacted by the Senate and the voting for and against the to conjecture the meaning. Atvtrfluti %ion. Your Mrmorialists woald1 also stig-- Ii
persons .
derstand them correctly. in substance rest the propriety .f referring he largergrants ,
now allowed by law for the duties on House they
of Representatives of the bill shall be entered on the journal of '
charge, "that my coffeague, and much bi- its the rnv"stigatton unit determina-
goods<< ,wareor.I merchandise j imported. led States of America, in Congress each House respectively : and if any mented friend Air. Overtoil, antI myfeff. linn of the jfm\yil\ I frimn.aU. Were the YY ? .

Approved-Gih January, 1829. assembled That, from and after the bill shall not be returned by the Governor had the cttnunistinn continued from time existence of this power IIHti! vested in our J
of this there shall to tim,. and finally\ rfi-mnnderf another courts, And transferd from the national 4t
act bn allowed
passage three days (Sunday
[PUBLIC rNo. 5.] year for the final adjarireatioa of the I '( >:ite. it is coufitleaMy SVlhpved, that
An act to *II.'" a gntury to the Marshal. of a drawback on sugar refined in excepted) after it shall have been claim, which was refused and the hrm- orarb' expense: would! he Kni.ni, as WPt1 "

the District Connecticut.. the United States and exported there- presented, the same shall be tf law, in nest turneR over to the.ffcftstrr and Receiver as more: ample end speed.! j'uiie" administered -

De it enacted by the Senate and : from.ol five cents per poundin lieu oJ I like manner as jibe had signed it, who settled it in a few days." In tn alt tl'a- paitiLroiiceMierf.: ; Tu

Jlovse of Representative of the 1 the drawback at present allowed by unless the Legislature, by their ad- reply to this mass of implications whfc.f; if raenCbersof the Jn irri..ry r -*idnigylhTerrhoyy.ant "
true, so 'fur from our proceedings meeting ':t.i+gW>tai inr'l an ttrq'an-; .
United. States of America in Congress |I lau on sugar so refined and e.xpoited": jourament, prevent its return, in which with the approbation of the Government, Uncewnh'tlteJaivi pd tfuiu..rh[ of.oltiirui .fu:, i tGoveintacut4kotdwiWt '

assembled, That the sum of i I Provided That this act shall not alter cute it shall.not to, a I.\T. should bate aubjeded ut to reproach: jfctl the en.a-.


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uated, inpv i lust ntctsifrily be much k er. thin r.fcjecU, M< !rc tlait: Cne year fJ\er ex ntl nit Itnit pf dQ9. tio"1tolti@, WASHINGTON, April. Ther Ire' but three prl1t.iinr Attol1lf'1. \

, fer qn ,"in>d t.> pronounce an opi ion, than this 1i had: 'B*., d, 1 was officially informed 91" 1821, as Ii pr po' Iron to that cifect, Jurfga McLnAN and family. lt'fThis l wbo m.iAc, 1'1I5..col. t:,.-Ir 'pcruitneat .

nut intuiu.il diflVrenily cunstdUted'fromthe that Hie lioxvnriient dialled tu had Been introduced Into tliat body, b) place rrsiilfncc..
d..C.I.1.| of Ibe' 'hurl here auappeal m'kpbrJ; n creation near i'enacnla our J"gateJr ..1.mf1 lken. City on Thursday, for Ciutinitnti. : -

inipbt beCpirro: !Jo ihc 3
.!''in the VHlidity'uf tiilci derided by the private claims, amm.g which I was tin can recollect which operated; upon I h., private citizen his loss will he deeply: spectus of the N..lioultllntelligeucer."taich

Conelitutfoual Arbiter, the j 1111 ic lII y"which owner nt one,Si sold it at a s .mil udvaoce Hoard in su.-.e'&ti1lD'.ltll.slu extension of thterm. fell among us. His ofli'-ill survicts we lecuiumetid lo the primal of oon- .

'vo :ld eminently contribute lo seruie the I what I had 1 s rcnttestedalso COlnltliSSlo.nt'f8IICOW that I .J..u. It will give
over : puu1. Vt The have not rendered him more valuableto m much plesure to receive 'r
United States and the claiman
ri:hih of the to purch in- two other /:ill tracts the business which !I a'.Wf're deputed I to his flian his ard forward Subscription for ibis

if. within the contemplated reservation for tnrtttct was not completed( and suggest.ed country, amenity and truly valuable Jouihnl.
Unless these difficulties are obviated, iI' the. United State This purchase wasnot aftcxlenlJi.j.i 'o} tiie timt ; It wag nettfor social) virtues have to the society ofuf P .'

cannot hr'rxpfried that emigration should. made by the Government on my re them to point out 1\ difTerentnode( of.. which he formed( MI immediate The lion. WILLIAM T. BARRY, Post Master .- ><
he rf"Mr.:1y! rted'tothp Trrritory of
va-i.1: MI hirgHjrwrts orland mph. e ir somp I, commendation, but on that ot the NaVal adjudication, by turning over the claims 1 patron ; tend: the di'p irfnr of himself G" >rhl l arrived *t WNshmgton City,

.."- -cowerwl t I.v private claims' ; bpfiMpvropncorWmi Officers, who had( examined it ; and they to the'Keftister and tect'''' r. TliMWis I and his estimable family will cause avoid on the 5th of hu in lall'. and Mite ed oo the dis.charge .
ire the of its which belonged to Co-igress, duties ou the morning .
most competent ju-lges a matter ;
th' make any perntanPntttltpe which will not l>e easily rue soosupllitrl.lournnl n of Monday the 61h.inlt.
!mntr+:f th*"i, to IIi. sPn1i'rR' by which adaptation to the (jecl. I know o/nq and they Have;> '\!oii""t disposed of it I .

ad*..iRp and rfliripiit popnlitjort! ran be. ohminer reason why I should not sell lands to the with the soundest discretion. All that I The'Hon. H. '
-- M.
United States *' ], t' k-iiid.wj ensaldy necessary that as any l person can sly: the Superior (b urgfr.ttrr .

the shoujj UP" free from all incumhrrincp' Ofthe utility of .these Live Oak plaiitattons pointe.d in theme required fur tie recording ; A kzt 'l''l E : of Florida, all in'd nt hi;* Plantation VVettern Dittiict, on Sf ,

and 1 I'iifa1: .
ch"i'Ir) v."d. certainly accomplishedW to the following extracts from eke that we mitral trai.s.iiil our reports as 'Chipola. where in bad been eveningfrom ,

tht" jlt icflr. ttilmonU of our couotrytipzl speech '.lr. H.'iyne. of tilt: Senate."It'u early as possible, and in nut having received Court He armed in this City holding.

to hnn;? Ithe puUlir lands into proper t.) remark, that the Live anv textirnony to sustain the pi titiruis yesleiday.Roajt.

f murkrt Rt.nn eaily period, Jour Memoiiulists Oak of the Southern Slates cnn t\tllte8 a I fur donations, which were at th atime '

"udder the prompt Rnd final d"f i i- part of tilt' richer of the country ; it i i-! on file in tin office. -Among the Proceedings of Congress -
which the' .
than of prevented our noticing HC find the
t follow
highest cwnsiilerHiion. upon it, nut only .[ It is a 'serial, much stronger remained at this place until the last.lit? I ing. .
ppends| the rowtii: and prosperity of this und than which' be Ahrou1fit if unoV
durable any; caw pril, my memory serves me, IN SENATE
Territory but tier eiF-rUiation of thes- valuable -Feb, 18th.
into use by any Nat ion Europe; the '.XI'U Cl2\tion that our term would b- I ,
piqU\PII. for which the IJuitpd5talPi and, whihthe( frames of! our ships shall be extended, and prepared to. .enter upon Mr. Benton submitted IIM! full"'wiu g

obtained heir .vB. ;ion, by the late composed of this! article. they will he51rm'rr any duties which might be assigned u>. ,I -.. .. resolutionvhirh, wax rousideied : '
treaty with.f-'pain.1.: :after ; and more duraule than those of We should have born oiiio\i\an to cea RrslIlctcf, Thai 6000 copies of the r'
For sera: the Legislative I
other countries. No\v Mr President, sure, had we absented ourselv:.s. Having Map !iccompan\ing tin* President's
COl\n-il pressed same-subject, as one of
it hecomen mv duty toate to the See been employed{ in the public ervice iur Y I It Messaqe of the
the most important uvasuirs to the Tciritoiv. uTUESUA1' 27th inst., transmit-
Il pn., pd the blouse of Rppregpntaliv nate. that this VKhmnle nrticle is U.!ApI and our seasons having: been exuiuled.from ling ihe of the War

in IH25. ssp-t Pie. Senate 1327. I peHrii}; fro-n our forests with a rapidity. tini i tit time, il' +wes our duty to remain report Dejnrt-
a -p\ in APRIL
which ixke immediate, il a.ivisev 281h 1819.I ment.on ,the survey of ihe Gulf Coast '
Then* "as Tint It man.in. the! country whoever Hit'nunishus .us to Uii s! first there was no fuither ----- --- '

fjt c"ted a-i objpoiinu, to my knu\T- and efi'ecttul{ measures for its prescrvation requisition for Iur n'ict"s. I :.vouldresppctfully I e.riie Xart* 1'cur and route for a 'anal to connect ihe t

Jf'.II1"'y of those who :rp now clatrioM consent to lose it forever, lit the subnt: : it0 the justice of I '_ __ Mississippi and Atlantic Coast be

f > t< aellntl thU law, were then irs ad- course of the lust twenty or ,h'rlv years, ('(n ;r-ss, whetluT we are not entitled ;. Tt.t" Postmuxtcrs the dirfc- ... 0 ti*'e tin > i i engraved and printed, under the s'.- ,
vncrlps. H "I tho
perintentlenre Engineer De
best laws ever pa.wrd for the 'IVrritorv. at.It the axe of the cultivator' and h.c subs q"ellto'the .1.t .J.iuuary; and (few I fully. leqiiesled give; us auihriuir rcinnu I i

Tru- la"' l ta irUarand (' pltcir ; I' Pinl"r cps' been burnt up and} destroyed, to make tilt dcU'-itiAii. Wiicn lluf quur. .uin of la of Ihe volts taken at the approaching elecli. !parimrnt, according to the estimate

111. lansM I in ,hp Treaty, and no others way for the cultivation of Sea Isl.m'.l cot bour i taken: into the culiinat.e, as well as ,, .,n for D"legate to Congress by the ear. iurnisiuMi by the rhu.fof that corps. t

J clip writer Had known: anv thing uf the ton. Our own m.litary: a"d c'IIIIIt'I'ci.tl l liKurine all the a't ruUnt: circirnatanres, ..t is nx. (test opportunity. The 'lavoi snail be refipiocate't Mr. Webster-rcd as an amend*

wiilij Tt, IIP would )hav un Urstood that has, within the l eat twe'v! yeais, no means U'lrp.YC; :,ble that we should i, menitltat, ten copies ol each be Irans-
i llierp ii itnt li tiucfir-n in tm< Spa-;ih I law C'liistirnrd of it I .fI
an immenne quantity ant! receive H q'l lartn'a s.l ryhj Lurketwus milted to each member of '
t h bpc" f'rn -pal% und pquit hp! claims. That has led to the winte of-i tfreat deril! morv; : during jilt ame period t.I'.tWlllg I To the! Electors of Kscnmbia. Congress.

there u nasni-h dikiinrtion in the Treaty, rid, last, llionirli;, ii. 'a'l I On Monday. next you will dp ailed upui I Tim resolution and amendment

end that jlivre i is no diffprpnce in our lawsA ().ltC! lo all almost 'iRCP-di'ile n:)wnt. MSSeen receirrdJ1(1U bar i jj loi taki.jig our reIpurss '' 10 elect a Delegate to Coi'gre Thiee were agreed 10.r l
courts>i to clt.of !law-,ndniissibiiiy and equity.of This testimony law could in ca'rit'c.hl'fl'Ht.: in bulbs up; the NAvies I : tt..a tshntu'; .. 'ity. It :ib be-julis! ,' c.uididdtrs have been pn-M-ntrd! fn your ,r On motion of Mr. Denton, the "

not have been dps'i wd far of -tlie world. From t.11! of the-e :I I uual'tn: al'ow.i'me extra compe; ..sulion 1: suffrages ; and one of these is your old But I Message received from the PrrciIegt! '

/ any case or cause-*, t!! t diminutn-i ,tIt tins invaliuble) j I i hen the buii:,-!<:"%,nf .he Hoard is clo.fd' faithful Delegate. Col. \\ hit. whom too | of the United States
eases, as has been rest fnlsoly insinuated, I transmitting o
species of timber ITW been c.,nstnt, rapd :land reporte.l.( 1'h re is another circun h,,vr in two SUl'.'rdr1YL fclr<.ti )ns honored '
I'f'alf p it flat E91 the Missouri act the IIHis I report of the Secretary of \V-ir in-
aad:11 n"nlll.1. and al-ivsl! afraid to I l stanret which should! not re for oUen lit wttii i t vour choice. lh. other c audidates ,
(' nod nil olain' nrr to IIP decided "ac. I ,
rClrdinIT to the forms rulen I rponJii'ions. st:fe, Sir in face ot the it' Iri.l, rile lesu't '' f ffinivisg an esiniite: : ot our clar.n. From have uCh iheii fiieinU i and partizans who eluding report{ the Engineers

rnn.Iili(>o., restrictions and liinitaitons pn- .if'my ii"| I i'rou the Bnhj.-tt, or to givean the period. -at whicu! M. jor War, left tins, endeavor to kecuir for thru iepi-ciive fa- who have mast surveys for that' purpose

oSe'''"''l to the OIlric"t Jnd:pt and l rluinianlin (eiiniu' supp's1; 1 l', appiouniMic; I superintend- al'.Ile, +-v. r> thing' lint: vi.uritcs ai titan( of your votes as possible; transmitting a statement of tho '

*NC State of Mi:;oHti.i Jy an of Gun 1 the trut'l of U. qnlity of LiveOik, was ddiH, 1,1 i iclato.i tiling, and rec id- and woitlit nit doubt pertuadpyou, Ihal n expenses I of the General Land Office

.t.'., apprnvpd 2Cth of \HV., )13H.: II| which we hare still rriiiM m,; HuI tug claimi, amt lh. ci>IL'clion of f,nf' will 'Ilath" (acts which: will tion is I't-cpssaiy ami proper.; But 300 are rt'. year ; ,
In ans vi''r to all the fj'iertu1:: about the if'vifrf'in j a ;yi\e % tnuohii'g ihs-.r d'ci.IU. until v-iu received .
!.*. rJs! Clt"t" I have oi 'y to i faint imprfs:: ': -J tilt is .tore and extent ;;' v .ur a"poi.tn.-nt| ; ; Froui the I h-i ruiiuiud thai time tight of suffnijre is a sa- [ transmitting a report ,

FA' that/ it will <> .Oiiivl in the ('lent'| \ of-j: of the evsl. 1.\ i ilt1i.r! ; 'il a-'d trusty':: nlrutwnrl.lat 1 '., uttiilhe alrlv:" of'MijorLuckett Clt'IIIIUI.( whirh yon are morally bound (loin, till; Secretary of War, in-

lice ; Mod( if rite' of :it i i. \;it :.nthrn'ic oi { a "l'lll was <'nploJcdl ei;''il or .UMI } e.rs: yet; a.. id 'iMS 'lt' p<'onre.i ah ti' 115fui' the best go<,d of the Tenitory.T.ie cliidinc the inspection reports of Major
: fiiM then for sid
.'nuinp, I irust il11 IIP. ( dn.I..1 in ijp| ,ta.n, in t' 'J.Jrin;; the .Soul'j r i htalvs.-,,, th- (will>tir, wliicp f h1l' law .xvis un'x, +,ed tOIl is, who question anioni* tt.p Candidates your cu cmi:+ -b-ra- General G.lint's. in relation to a .
ilr'-i;;ioM o( the T'up. '"h* oi-.it of the Alllt ntd'IIIK: a thorough: C'X.1illIOO" ot! upon three n,eni+ err% 1 I lily Itu.rl.i Con. >ticpresent
u>;, and Advance the inieie.ts of proposed from the Atlantic
&naiMinnt> as thrv a.r rnlled. arp as jrionornMp j the qitfi'Hily and '1'1lliy! ot the L-vc '{)-(1I { sidenn, the"- (tl'hI"ll!!n.3 xve liud to
oncoii'itT our Tei 1
men H" HIP upriet his nlnttors fil :. liteII riior\ O renn 10 the Gulf of Mexico-were .
or !for \ purj-oseb. ( jrf.n.tleniuu (ft N>m d.'s; < t.e. Un tx'r.: (about Ecru the eiieuiin Colonel White ,"
ulntpvvpr t'li'V ',tai' h<', and would I I slat! u ::hin twehe itl- -itlis (past, p,rf'ur'ntl hUs ineri coincide ordered to be printed. .
ne.ve.r w.4sa c Li'1l to him the nu'frd .f the highest talents '
scorn to miprort a cl.iinn to the whole Territory -.! bcei employed{ m a si'!nl.ir stivice1'ron for ,ru: The hill making additional
: rate ,t
by faKr dcimniPiiH. j his report it appeals; h.tih.dimi- Pr uitblr .in iU. 't..ucter. U'ltli ivg;.'d i if net in the Territr>ry ; and that heli for lilt improvement of!

I am :I..k'"t whit \fito my em"io I nution MiUiin la.tl |p1'1'>tl. t'. ajn"';' ell- tonyseP.. Con art s ('alm"t oral;-.- nu- full t" l een uniiMidlly tlfll'IIlitr11I.1 successful roads &c. was read the second timo.Mr. .
Rtf'nt i tl a lawyer In the' cite nf M 'nilitA credih! audile! ors whit! ..! llr 'i,.. ,
coin! lacli 't.TU
1 >se Kali n ; h, as .ill tilt !.-1iJl., a* a 1)1'icgtalr.Tile Members of both
and what' r.. I "bl'rw:1 I Johnston of Li. offered two
tt t .
1 ar.tIl.illtl.r v iln tile .bjeCI, i"PI uriynigtii ; : tttt- was perfof :I..d i from Ih!' dil,* nt nt\ lloiikes of ( u.gres. ff?m the North and
.-< pn inttncdiite Ii't / ti'hip'iim! i o; Ue not t.l'. (ipiioiiituertt..nil; .) 011 rtc Ivt'll'IHlr.,' ., ",nit!, thp Hast and Yet have uniformly

pro -ssion ss .ome wlio a'te'Tipt to rtr.ic c tilt' 'neisnies, l-t ii'siii* from mcvita- vris' 'centred! :Jv, ',. ". you kmw1 wiiti I viiitfo arid spoken of him in th" highestlerin I Ail appropriation: of three

Vice; ir. the question tilivht nol pim so | i>l.- fI le-.t'ijctiit'i flU- ".Hal: quantity! oJ tii3 tows labour roiti: ,ti-d It Wai cheerluli I )f piobalton| ciiid praise. His sit thousand dollars for the improvementofthe

strap.?? :Ucal to nail my en'npencit'nn, thais 'Ia ti'nbr, n-uio'.i!1 slill! re na'r 1-1 'I" coun'.iciuIv : \', rendereit an.l! |io doubt is entcrUinp'l.Jl.i.lt L \'K-es >u the Territory 3i a Delegate: if we road from Pensacola to Tallahassei -

bf"'A'c e.- of that kui J -iblf for silt! ;,S C uiirss! A-ilTas checi fully render I'.ad I no itiUt-r evidence, would prove his

nit the prof"p'(i iul: hv Rifll I' of tt:!e 1.,,';tv cla-S. lit>.alt4 1h.II V.1f: jl:!;:Ct' in th' i ir lur,:. lalrnts, indi,t-y and fiopu'aiity in Conffii'ns ; ; and ...
.if,rt'ifl"' '0\51 "Io not se k huin".q. Iunpltfytto 1 2d. An for therepnrsof
tllo' bra il'qlln"I, he is ;.t'l..tit'.llhat. not Vouri K hp"" -iilhHon. -, -they wool: prove also, that he has equal appropriation
way ( >i\! inul'lOt"cl l the S' "n- fi oe rerled no duly, hut has : the
Irrc than loU.-JJ'J oi i.nrOak s have j C \ ,n: EL. It'q" !!: ro : presented with road floor Tallnhasiee'to .:
,&-\ ''t'M that nn cMarcvunihl lt- a j jTsarticnlar h : d Md vigour and buccess. oui want lo the fa- ; ..
I'' "'e'l siiijiped a:1: 1 sent : )>< wittim a Jtnt"t>h .If. ft /utC. Si. Augustine.
hiiMi, which he paid :,:t'! %viiicli'; ( vl; JIIIc0I15ic1f'ralioll uf the Nation.
I few months; ;ins'!, lnri: ,t "I1't: ;!* oba.-irt: !j jruerisi No 2 ln ; We hour also been favored Delegate
[ r hy our
kitorr.cy 1
the (Ifiier.i1 dt"clal't'al to he tun I posiiliip then that "
we are requited loelpct
ruri'l. :11.1 1 tiles! 'lio'ii thi.sc.tust, : with a Cougiegoional D fronw'ucri
| uf >>ciiinput > ,
JJ'JICl7 TtafJit l;
ill for Hie servicf. Thv treitI I heM 2r, ) another man
>si as Delegate, who bile ,
.! iud tlie: r"I.Ic14lh'.IIlC"; ;t pojiuuujii; ai.j J JUiiprovcTiCiii F I yet \\' copy following of the
\vit'i lir i'.-lianc: will be explai'UNi i !iw flit e.'- 6, 18 7. \ the fi>rnS of Irans riing' burin s, in Conjr tejiort;
t.i.i UI.j'i rely !oi>'u Quanl'rJa..lrr Grnrtal.QUARTERALtSTER|I.
Inter or inxtrn'iious ''I ked ( X2..) IIP- To tilt lion. J'.5.'HI1. ?, : < tss to !urn, Hcquaintanccs the .
., among
<;i se to b fo'.p.iltin, v* IK--- ii> strong ia ". I GENER.LSOFFICE
"JTllf( abnut : 'of t'i'ji'n'ii.Kin I S!rnbri.l" .. f.rm. an i their will) and
t)art the C'IIIIH'1| I good
'. (: ;.,..11'1 abioii ;.:ail '. in.Su\ y Ill'p.lI.t. I "-
isr.th.,1: a. hfiny fiilirt-ly ii r--l-, .111' : i.iiliit'iic.-! M-rk and tf.im, in pnferencpto ,
ISIS lij i it the
inen It.I subject a Jiui..
and imnj'ce.s arv to IJ;- i.tud
h I
iea..ti whi' conteni >"
n',' -;"UH'r. I r -'iveii no n"re 1hNt I Co "'WIII1It'irr'I'IIlad I., the i'tr -'tll.nt, of 1 fit-He Miiunta;ps in an eminent settee, SIR,
.. I It)1"1el' fur gu.-ir.i"if| aguiibl tile npi luiin" eiil, ,.till (Uwti-ti !Stiilejj, t" atatu lint the 1'1'rI ami who foi that reason: alone, ran accomp .
co.-iiini ionrrs riC"ive I an-1} ilir I i
: 'I j In
; flp' has i-.c 1PI'"poc'llllllllt'aal.1 i i iy t,> sel ; ish iiiuch than romplhnre with a resolution of .
; m-nt IM s-iiioiUmfc Ctrl ihr p. .ILC and} sa'dI > mole a new Delegate of
irii-ty of piymvfit, was H qnvsttuii' )
'' u'Jt>ut Ihff fur.trttiou of I Iof th<' II of
1111I the (loifrunivfiil and iol the j yoin; piairatiunt 01.:11.cltizt't If l 1'l.iritU ; .md) i U anx people
I Live Oak, f i' Hie: tutuie set vice of HieNvy. wi-Hrre"of \\ ill lo inner thin : 24: ii i install referred
of yiorlduTli ; ] i hr the ; the Ir.di.ms who ( earl. : ;great exertions i, by your order
ni-\t quentioii ibout the appoint Hut as lhe>e will: nut afford |I there lie is or: the opinion that bovhwould by a stranger Do partizans ask us touirn to this Office, requiring' information

ship tunu I'url h wit tif.y yearit is I[ } pujmoied by tIle removal out the wed cat ri:+gP horse, that has ''
mciit \lrsliHl--"An old' rc'uIw1t oi whethor
t I iiuiiif'jst that it ueiomes necebsilry to lilt btler.lo laboured l kindly! and faithfully in the hare any survey and estimate .

cjinlifi: ilrd-.'.'* lid apply to tw, and I rIn'l I sato ve, for the puhlic servutiail thaI now halts l anc country!)\(' tn adapted;re C'lngenial to loth'ir ( ness for foui years, and (o put' in hib place Ins been made of the military road '

tit- turn,himself and some: otlit-rs ptisaj, with not( I reaianjsol( a In.'h''lai. \\ It'aa niajr DC *+\\d I, their wants Tn'seer ..r no iueaiibtiou'ever sitppu( an unliipd colt, that :'las ii'-illrpr the steadioena ;- recommended by the Q-iartermaster!
rjupnsl acting
almost to tv impctlshablu"e at the dipoiid: o* tile Kxecutiveor th; experience, not stieogth necessary General, in his report of 1826 and
n, rote tu u J iMti/r to prevent th for ;
all 'f this cat ? Do
1 uns-Avrtd our ask
have now : ut'sticlt purposes they us to r"-
ajllat lnrn: of l'.is' "Mid inhabitiU v\i-ll 1 I promotion an object. Hut as it IM ward whether any estimate: has hem made .
the ,
-d have services
I0mir v. hicl: ahp-: r lo .III} ,iomt, great of our old and
f"aifit-tl," amt the friend of the pr' pntU' b lie\'E'l, frol1l S flllr stOic rents from iim faiihfu! servant for clearing out the obstruction in the
were dcslgnel lo I.M.JIJ; puilicpnviie, I by ingralitmSe Thos
made to tilt DC J
to tune
rihy Mjrchal presented fiinfi. and tm I or protV"Mi> at tiiipropncty -. m. in.: eel ir i irtnsrlvririesll) pirimcnt, that the who feel and cepress an incurable hostility Oklawaha river, and how far thee

President thought proper to appoint: him. ness and' .iilice or them, tl, lie uutJiiCa- Iiulunsarc I it is considered Ib+. "u or removing lo Col. \'. m:iy, yea do, ask! us to pr.rp public interest, in a military point of ,.
I tli,1 t not know t'at: he lived in K'n'uckyani pcilupk[ preliminary hate an act also folly and
fio.a them leave ( great injustice.
line">" au-tiijv! ; lie people view and the
was under the iinpvsi m he lived steps mipfittuj' taken t-j embracetheir But hose who Vole from the honest ronvic public service and economy .

in Aah! ,')a, to winch place I wr-itc him I t i judtftf.uw. most obc!, erv't. view, -on,the subject ot re.nov.ii.ivtthe lions flf the heart, that they are voting for will be promoted by the>e improvements .

to ,..>lifv him of the approach ot the court. and y li tinnsipoii whicn they wouU ajreeto the best good of the Tenilory, will not li>. ," I have the hono1tr to

'1'Iaiw' hf a gentleman in Ea>l Floridais JOH. \1. lute. gt. Foe rVendenl i.< enlirfl} Willing, ton to suggestions, >vhioh are contrary to report, under the first requisition of .

'i ceremoniously t introduce' III a way i if) it uc,'our plcafureld engage m tile trulI\. all experience, bin will gain vote for told the resolution

to nke an impression that: -I had him [No. 1 ] to refer the procurement ol such i.ilor-: and faithful Delegate. that no specific estimate :

in.-.sonetl to prevent him from obtaining "Fenyacinu, .Yov.r, 1825. main: to lOU ,h';uld it tur.i -ml thai But says the retailer of refuted chajges, or survey has been received ..

an .ffi,... So fir 'from this being the Sin-At the er.Mii'ij. sesnion of! (;n n. the Indians ace urilliig to remove, ell. "Col. W. has been accused of certain actiont duce my report of 1826 ; bat tint, ia

fact, I *'oI1t his c.ir.ty; for some time to gress, it will become the duty of that honorable ternu on which they may agree to eo can which I do not approve." It i ill lid [: obedience to orders from &this Oll.'e

prcvn!< that result ; and when the nun body to pash an act confirming; be vnbo lied and /g.l'd; bh''m, andconiluionatiy milled thai the enemies of Col Whip have I Captain Daniel E. Burch ,

\ faer of IIUlt8l l'r rHiillipiied: so as to preclude rejerlinjj, or modifying th-- reports, ana 'I o 1'j ou ; w hen', 01, their bent S. Bern very liiieral of their chargf, especially ot theQuartermaster's

tile possibility: of im incurring such 01Ii.1 lI\. of:the late Hoard of Laud Commissioners r'-c"'ved uere, M o.ildftiiey bw approved; in his ahsnicp, and at the eve of an election. Uepurtmrr.it, explored

M perm o.\aII..polUuullity. and the Marblial) fur West Fmnda.' In the ail)P. they CH atiurwartls UKe H more turn(a l But whenever he tins had an uppt r- the country between Pen:'acob!

Itaitngg some objc'-tjoii to take onttnotilo lion of Mils meas':rc, It Will I be necessary ail lilt and be emuodieu i'n:1 Treaty the tuuity of answering them he )has not failed BA}' and Mobile li'ay, with a view of _

liable arrest in Ito. iiiigtnn, I wrote to 1 unlinrtunlserta.rctlourettfynt.- theuts prov.moiis I for hicli, wilt of cour.e. DCreierred tor. fate them and f'Xpll' their wickcdnps ascertaining 'he best practicable route

tilt' cieditor in New York and 1)lellgt'droJiidt I ; ut'.tlie Itiiar.i subsequent to tilt ls>t of as U. U.i10 tilt senate, and the We are not awe ofnny chaigp which he. for a military road between Pousacol.iar.d

that te! .eiule.iiun u
an honorable settlement HS S"'II\ ua he ail (limited by act of Uut;. '(':. I/rom I grreS. : is now seriously! believed or openly urged I! ; Mobile Point, and between both
t* examination of the It is believed by his enemies. Charges and inuendcejHi those posts and the city (f ]nbiIf't. f
t.oulc} return. He .was released. amid hart"foAateIIJ an reports, you will you would-oe S 4Ce in a- the I _
exprrased in the kiln!::: munii lie enabled la ascer.a.n how 1 long we }rrrringuiwu s trite fullutv'u1gonUinr-ens t. to eve former his pleclion. have been resorted have the honour to submit a copy of
'on occasions, with effect
AL't, letters to me' his ooJigjtion* for wereenga cil posterior to that petiu 1. A COUIIH)' 10 o'e given }in exchange. North h hr lint these same charges were AflPrwar ds his report, marked A, with a *k"tehof

rn> Mlcndlj' -ervlces. I take pleasure in In coiitijiuinj to transact buaiuass aft r of AikaiiaasaHuV.sl'ot; \ti"haurl, in sue t- found to be wholly groundless. On Ihe I I the t whole country between the two
returned this winter' and! the session expired the object of wale quauCiiyVand, ti-.ct j
he r r- thrBoard 't'dian riij
: flaying a r. coming election it i Iii hoped that similar al-j hilY; The proposed roads; ) ln ill
dee-ue.l4ny pledge, by the payment o: as > on still. recollect, was to co-,:. blanket a kettle, prnv'stvui lJ)' tilt wets y lC'tuprs| may bp treated with nt'-rites co a- be m!.

Jus creditura I cannot believe that l lie melt lilt business before them us far : ant cur one year after fury may arrive lan H tempt and resHlt in a umuinjoua vote for opened at :an expanse short of three

V'll lutifc the Q/itml for this iiilroduc- practicable: so as to afford 'ongress llieir new1 homes. thp old Delejale. thousand dollars.Under .

twit uf bi..n..uu: 10 produce an ii.juty tome opportunity of acting upon ad lilt claims 1 iiavt lilt nonor to be, very respectfully 1- If toe great services of Col. White will the second requisition of tho\ .
immediately connected with( he ipiprovement I your obcdieai servant resolution
have the honour
notenautPyour voles for hit re-election, in to state
Some umisliuct l allus'uu has been made oi'Pcr.&acola, and the belt lenient otthe. t j
Jatuen Bui hour. what
manner can \ve reward the 'l''IC'.1' thai a SlIrVfIof the Okl.iwaha has
tu tin of iive l'-'k. I'lns country, during the lest winter. Alter '
pUruaiions sit o. -
Nors.-... '\<: .uuuuuu+C.tltun, lu whit 1' any public servant ill future limes 1 If to been received but i is not
ject wu mtroUuceif 1 by nV in the Mouse a laborious scuion, during! which no .r lurfJ pure.and accompanifd -
this aasa was successfulgives no claim 10
: one
of Jantta slowed ever ii-ausicted as iiiurh busing reply recommending by an csiiaiate. An
Qt Heprrftei.tMtie oft tHe UtU ry, the ciMii'muauce of our 'favour what appropria
:1 commii3ioi ol& three 't'
S2r. fire resolution wa as ibJlu: raJtetofaJ. ;- they were enubleil' to accomplish this object rear persons to hld: M clulire, lo industry and honesty will our future lion of six thousand dollars. would. I
j. M. w.
Tint the Co.ixniltee on N.. ; And- the only circu .saner to b r' y 1)rlPgetrs| have 1 am of opinion, be amply' { ( sufficient

tat r tl}....bciiuUfMCttd, i i.H U'C urn .nexpediedcy regretted is, that tongrt-ss Irad not lime e -- o It should be of render that .to.
a river
I source pride to U'I. that .navigable for all military .
ot. pruvid in if
more tf.ctual l nrcnt-rv obit of the I.t jcnir"ed.'UI1' the ,Uciiitie *fncjiyo:
Oak uailiVfon ihe pubio Uud*} and to- will' i/e enajled fo ;lFord the Land Cam- WUI'I/'y duifrmiiidiiun ul' cluaiiig ins he will be our choice, so long- itb he ,f it MS m.iuiluinedj, uiul th. Iroops cannot '..
>f... m;tteei it is to Ife hoped thai will be well'be wiilidrawn'
t to cnquirrjjito tal expet.icy1urningptulgruns *t they Uttice ;,U stir Saubatu. ,Tiu will l now faithful, and highly honoured and appreciated from 'jt unless' thg .
for UK ot JLxvuf.r disposed ot at an e'.rly period during tliepresort the FI idii Indians .
rearing his by best men in the 111auo i,. u ; consent to. pj&s the :
Ott the ( ; e8ion. give J"IUiHS, to wliuui, .u t+l'.l' It I should '
mure 'Jl'xly ui tilt luau rr also be a source bf satisfaction lis isnipp' that would
f.r tin rjtu:\) oi* ilir Umicd Staiek When our J lest report was forwarded, j>niiteii 1 iu'u d'.ulv, uuvvspappr office( hat (his Di-legate was otiginal'y chosen in less than. sum be saved .

Toe Couunitttre ot Late| AH ur. reported we'*utfgctt'.l! the necessity of a continuance lue: day i> .as uigtit, uud uiiH as day, from our County te nd our Ciiy. Let us twocars in tho traQSjiorr _

m favor nl ilia ineubure.' The See ut the tel/n, HI c'II ( qljcnce ui the re Uu uppoiiuuuy! to breathe and continue to bestow our votes ou him, so tattoo of uulirary supplies I l we.ru i'iu' ;

cleta.Y Vj tale Navy 4tjvi the PicideinUwul being swollen 6juisU claims before us, and tile (l oral west and itoly caltuuess enjoy ol, long as we see II,. his acts hat ne i* faithful obstructions lo the nuvigatiou of tho

"LC'hurucwd provision was nude, lort.v .u Wi> petitions f.)r donations, in favor able! and indefatigable, iu the perfuim- rigor removed]

in late luU tor Hie .nuiiuii improvcmeiuut of wmcli no teSU'iiowy hud I been exinbiltd. lilt laurdVday. It lias boon( a list d, ance of his official duty I submit a of tile with ;

i.r V v>,for Coi1'1') wg it into epic J 11 All U nan tn pj
the tluulr iud t;..own uiy thing( ut the 'ever productd, and the .jiresouipiion u, and bouts, au utu'.uusjii toil ;-and LaU1Jfrs-We observed iu the Kry \VitRpgistri extracts two reports oil the soh-

lr".jliuuu ut' C ..greJ&>, ue uotid Ira vt: none canted, hare. in aoout jive or sx: m.UnceH we fin ahut liupu tuui lie public w Ill of 9th April that he Schr :Mol ject, ma ked H : and

sxved u.-"il luc trouQie ul '" III' 111'- i'licre Was al that ('rule, a Cun.allht"blt relax their l bite 'hart cleared! nt that place for Si. I have tho honour to he,,sir, .

M..". ag.1prtato: "* were tiladC, Vii". parlio.of 1 reoQr.lIlIg to ue dou< .i} rautiy over printers. sos Marksv'nh a clto.uf Five Lawyers! .WeCiinnol Your ohediont s.ervaui
1tu, niuuiUiuJdolUM ctiiuracing tile minute of'lhe tuurdhnd ./ to ulliiw thelD'd'1'6SpUt from I tu.iou I say IhiU hoe i i. Bloch ciicourRgeineiit ,
l+ uycar Acre ai ('H. S J
.1 his for of 13ttPs Qelf. ('en.
auto lit place gentlemen
r tufItatu.i, out ul'wht..i h -l.ie V<"ijc' >. 4)1) their reeorla and. UjJtILullSIt! wab UKnuijiitiys! that occuibut The "
.U. HUM P. I.1
"-but Ihe stock lit oar market would I'tllfreR
w w II u lit solo(tV e'.(!I)art 6111 ''tun La IlJdti cjjicclto that Cuugrcu; would p lew.1 : jwueji.lu.. tt.lt.tt! ,. .: out permit 10 large aaexportatiou of them! I Il S'frt:tar JI I{ rt'ar \l'hington, eUtlf '

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'.n'i r Reom ;" f innny who r -Lt.gisl 'tivtfC"ldntit."J.. t.m'', .. ,
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bet," '. w'qv:' ," fcfcrcby siren, that an
should cer- I IS EMA.MNG m the Post Oflue .
.,." a., ,t. ,, t"ch "I line of ELECTION be huldtn on Friday 8th May, .' Col R \
f't .. I :. mitV (n' .i.| lin,' Hoter, for tne purpose of electing two at PensKola, oo ihe Slit .

.\ '", n 'PI'J; .., ) ; would First Monday in June..' Aldermen, iw fill vacancies in She Etoarrf of ddt o J| rt.h.182J,.hich ifaottakeo .

1.011' iiconmendrri b at Matan- SESSION COMMENCES Aldermen ol the City of Peniacola.EDWARD out wilhio three mootha.w.lleeaenr to .
t:. ut'lal were Inltil' i carried Second Octo I L DRAKE, the General Post Office.ai dead Lef .. .
B\I ch bat been Jir of e". EUGENE LAVULE, :
and can
;, e IU' irfuure. We ) I JNO. FITZGERALD, ters. _
,: ,'II' ,.rv shortly have those been who We are requeued by ,the'friends of Commissioner A.-Peter Alba 3, W. B. Adam ,,"

.ncr of this) dut). i / Andrew I'. Simpson' Esq., Peusacola, April 27ih. 1829 -13-:.V.: ., .' William D.Armstrong 10 .

C4 ) \1l { r have been to an' ounce Mm ai a Candidate for thr Dollars Reward B.-GrcrgeV.' B
England M! Office of Legislative Counc or. al the ensuing Twenty t brif I Bertram!, Robert Brt-en, H. M. -
:-- h .,dy Iar* election. EhlEO '.omtheU S. y+vy Yard
'J'utI" Eli* fir!!* P : Glouces D Point oo* he uight of the 23ri4 Briiikenritlge. Mill, Kuribfi, Henry ,

An .. .h I.lu the \ Boyerf, Fani6 Bernard, vb.iltiatiCarrios
much We are requited our .fi'wAt, to uJI : % : "j
01! :ioili ,'f Maic. $ of free announce ThOMAS EL15ON, 42 years of agt-,6 FraiicNcji Bu aI,- Jfohn.B. :' i

ttr, following ) i fact, they V. illiam Has ell 'Hunt (t'et"8 or 9 mclu-* high said, hair, blue: Bourn S, M dam Baron.C&O.U _.2
J.J liae mere,* wh eye, sallow complex, ratnrr stout made,
.,,,."..,! niil,'i my ol(,s. ,. hi his' at a Candidate for tie Office Legislative a'od ft foreigner, riine English or Irish a. Bell 3. Jon H BeV "

It i is at nil tuurs } and gloried Councillor, al the ensuing. eloction; THOMAS KING. 24 rears old 6 feet 8 II II. lid, U, P. Rath, SamwlBflrrin ",)
j|>ovc ioj>ic .hi' h |I would have '- : -- -" -- :-- or 9 inc'iri' high Hulmiu nair. blue ryes. f/vi, William Birehnore : .;

.I 1,11111( 4.1in'r", hut j : and sent JJrlP ifm "W fair u" ruddy COrDlrliC.n; lull face and Richard D Berry Rmbtn Brooks
i-d, th.it all then H( ]j I Io those stout built. ,
vuwe cannot wr.l l j jfHits : eten to the I "IVn dollar: reward will bo paid for the hunt ,,, Barnard. .'';

.ind f'1pn.ciug \ | i t'tt Or V'eusatola.ARRIVED. apprehension} of rack of th" above mentioned C.-Ferdo William Hi .;
roci ilk oia case '*hu deserteis, the Commandant Chase L. Caro Mr. can
I of noble upon dehrery to Mary ;
or 1 1... improper; i"lt" ( ol thr NHVV Yard, f f4pi I ,
-Mich us Henry Carr, Ephran! Clark Burton
may h.'e a leidency and 2A.. sclu Ja' Star Giren il 27th. 1829 13-lf. i ;
.Apil ies Coleman Hector
who Crawford
those, Joseph
of ,
leis memorial .Mubi:.. BncL1! f. ih. United Stalfl.ENTERED. I f
1t'ic tl-r elicmeial Campbell, Toliver M. Camp, Llfza- I
I THE .: I
tLii From! ,ijnt.tlii'8"p ie : I of \Watson: .A pril2 nd.-Hng Enterp. i ize. Hitclicoek, j I b"41i Chall\'in, I

11..11) || plainly late a I I a fl!/iiou" Now Yo1 1 k tin Key \\ "tH. Car otO'-Au"'m V\\\\aAe\\W\m UVe\\if Thomas TinglY Craven 6.John // t '
Italia -leep tie I diul I'll.lav.! SHill .'. C and ClC Kryter, Clack f ,
tt \\ s: : I I William ('onwa\t Theodore
No would hnte M. T.Vo"iils"j \. H. Ch,ie, JluiiHi and Pt'HLISHKn BFKRT WED KtDAY j' .
thfir iLite from ; Ion Cahill Charles A. "Cannell.D. .
the Hero (idIe 1I.I'ht'| Master, I ,
Ii. ., HIP Wen Indu $ F.ru'HIII"-rl w'-tt TWENTY ELEGANT Cltan t ,
,cIir. Amelia. Kachr New Orleans. Assorted .-Anneita, Duvol, Samuel Davis* '
Tfs -l!, Hf war. tin { 10 roFFKn PLATE GiAViN04 0' re.ti'ifk
re, and then to the Muster. Cyrus Drketnnn.Vanei J: ,
$ ctrgo
in.i.i-l nl an ofluir able Vifcelfniatfr1. I'trsen, and ;
"I ! Sclir. T'lorn. D d l'. New Orleans. Cai-
tin S,.in iner Koaswn, i : Quartet It f'. tes td{ tie K&shuii. / Ihlbf.rghe S. James F. :
i np who fo N. i- Allen, G. \. Marlltl, and P.
inu-iiM- Pat-c(infin Draper Williajn H. Dennis. /!. {
cradled*! on Freil. \ Now that *-" -ittT of our discontent I

uti-r.l uliiceM prr wild rverance cr '" to I: |Ic.a\ been a 2-1//I./ -Srhr. U'idow's Son. Morris. M,.- i in made gioru' >u! "'< nit-r hy the Sun ot" K.: -Rev
illtt'.uulrl\ n..ces..ry nd." bile. Caii'o Lumber for the "av> ,UrKM>.- or m I '*..'r "'orrtt.he storm'' j iali, Ellis! ir//ifl Eden

gcme of the ktujjs or CLEARED. YHd'l luck hate ,';(tUc.l "ur jJfalcal; h"rizcI.1| F.-C Y. Fonda, R. M. Forbd J

\is.-t the .\ilat.tir :: ; I April 22n'*.-Sclir. Maria, Baker. 4rwOi i beinir now J:";,{-tIti---t.,e J JI iti'.islicr deems ,John Fisher.G. .
n ..'\'It'III.lu"ir 1 f'\ j leans. (al& 9 |MCS! cotton uy Kopintn j, it advi-Ahle *l ;lh coni'u nce.ncnt ot thNtw ? I IVnr.to
i. ;trlidin{ the dire I notice and Hyer; 18.000 bricks by J. de la R..a ; \ return t.h..Ir to Ins I! .-John Gonzaliz; Muscoe GaN i

cliz'ite.V i Intelli- 4 bblt. tallow by J. P.sray ; and tuudrie' patron far: the tuvnr Iera..y! bestowed, Drat, Francisco Gomes. .

\ Oii the- views bv. Campitelt and Foiter. and tn inform tbciw and tile public, that I H.-Haines & Gates, Sidney P.

1111,1 l \Ia&l: k were f rd"* 24/A.-Schr. Afneha. Ratrh. N?* Orle n'. ne enters! upon ilk --
Omcr., 1 13.000 brick by E. N'.tia ?9 '
Cargo ;
].< ; Hi.tiunn-the projects o* rendering it tI ''nor interesting .
I J.
-icr: Ibe 1829. 5 bundles drer skins, 2 bandki ucJ"!' xkih, \ Lama, William Hutt, Augustus
CJ period. thti..at an (1t'rioJh
of Dt,- bbl! aiiii 1 bundle easier skins, 1 bbl. B u'"IIX' ) Hunt, John D. Hill, Charles H ire 3t 1
'ned the "
p' ,
: !has completed h s irran eme.its, and i>i 'I
.-jrd lUc \ and 17 Hogs' skins tyC L- Har.in. N.mrv H ,, Gnstavns Harrison.
r. oq iaii: Sf'cre'a-I itWlr% the receipt l h v e.,ry packet winch 'rn :
ctKiim&taiirri r"qu I ol'ihe. Srlir Widow's Son, Morrif, Mobile. tmves here or at Ne\ Y utc fom Lr,. I G. M. lime 2, Charles Heyiaood I.

ji\ed In the of month Revolution of )lusve! Ballast 26th.-by Srht.the MaileI'ThornDodil, New Orle n.. i..Und, ot the most lI.h rf' tllll.. dc.ro'i : .. 2, William L. Howard. .

American a Minister, ) therefore, Cargo; 1 1,000< bricks.; by S. A Caipi-nter ; : vrlucti he "llllw able *o 'urnuli h.- l.-J. litL'r.ham, John InnezerityjJ I .
readers th the Ltrit lit. :
25 I'ales cotton, by N. II. Allen rand 183hi.h r..rpio uc K. Edward '
ht nait hill -
wai mi : : Hpplication Kenedy.L. !
of merit. instead ot
lions rc- tying utiu
MI-xi. o-in nddittmi ; of R -vou- by the uiastrr.SAILED. second hand froni publications m tln% .-Fr:np'i5 1)La Rna John E,

mt'l tated chllr.1II io Coin.at Vita Uid | :: the several April 24/// ,.-:dir. Neptune' Digrlow, cou ,itrv* -fur tliocc WhO :tittacii! : importance" ; Lewis, Mry Lewis. '

their 1 livr KIlII! pr 'p; willI 1! uTiuiuiI. to the Proteus C :;n1e ull..IJllollt he iuueen > G 1.". limlsulJE. Lowe 4. Jantt

and dfniai-il a ,!!' whir:! 'x O.fCt'8 'f the Courier, Guxtte,-& ..Mercury.Chat induced to add La bet e ,feemoite, B. Lordner 3, William Lyntt ,

in coiuoqiit'ucr of : ] mention !lesion, April\ 2-7 p- M. which i is believed by the g.y world, to Charles
F iliu.iuIli ami .. i iItx'fp hold the It mirror to future," and
Arri General Gill{
I l I me I liinita-i edBrig M.
Milhou TAveilhe which will enable him to ".'t'llt them :
poils : i iiniti ') LOIC'ndn"J
uction to : |! existed II ivina; 5: days.; The U. : with the earliest notice oi all changes III I Matle', i-: : J "

cfliiicnt prosrOMii: f' j jlLt ,: thu sus- S. ship Erie, C tpt. urtier, and Hoinei : taste and Ui'.non: which *ic con:t.tntlv I ny 2, ,

> <'u'i--tl.at i ", j ; Capt. Norris.a Dutch Frigateand I taking place, and from it to arK-cl the : MclVilliams. j'D'l1iitl

fu'iillpil: wt I lav.- o-i\! 'he : i of Couivio ere' ullt engravings unit uhicli it II atl..rll.1 i
s. Spaui.xh bug war ; Charles W.: Morgan 3 Henry IV.
of lie offi to II ,
: the
ed toe
sailed on 'ho 24ii uli. a cruise grace pitfci
on Morris James
aSl'iII'd.I ;onrer. quarterly-in shoit no expense[ Ins necu I McCawlcy 7, John \
1''f'' yt".11 : I i is nsuch :and gave convoy to !several vessel spared tiat! will be likely to add to the Thomas AIcLaughlin .2, D. H.
24 nur noticv" il' The U. S. ship F.iiinonth: was l lying I .
lie wii'er, value tour pubhcatioti. Hut wiuUt our Mackey .
nJ iii'-.i" m ll Iidl (liii.' thrv I I ; )iu the N.-William Norris. Sam'l.) Neill
Aunt of en r,. flniclf '! : : frtiin tin-I flap fljng. The U. S. : spires in Europe, it shall not permit. u. to Madame Noriega 2. ) ,

rrquilt'JO il.loI-ItiIJ iry f : i sclir! Sharkv (t.' givj conv-jy from 1 neglect SATIVB MEHIT-and we shall Otho Norris 2.

'1 11. *. ?'<,!jt which I :I.itriz: ,. on 23th ut.! 'free} select (hum American' publication .
at: i ed! in short Iebrnar'i I ] : regret what see.1 4 adapted to our purpose-and I O.-William S. B. Owen :

r.'c.d thy V iod! ,I : : j lost but not lea-it, we have succeeded i.'lI P.-David R. Preston 3, Samuel 'S I.
NO.tIC 'r.O'
in our interest valuableVcorreipondenis : D. P-ce J.
tVi-jt Iiidi; B IJ)' ( ti; > : leave the I enlisting many Payson.Ferdlaando, .

one would tiaic n \ ': L ; anil the or shout the. 2J1.1; November :last, both in this country anrt per PenoVvis: Henry Penny'J
time I I RS in whose productions would do .
-but 't"a" not t.ice of a-e 'I Europe.| Peterson.
ins otiior in the U. Twenty five Dollar Notes I credit to any publication, anJ wtre we at ;
rul> g Il'ill'callie- Co I Supremo liberty to give their names to the public, I Thomas Jt/ersan Pat 4, Cm- !
that tuition which there ate j pJty Samuel ahlthr.lvu.-e, administrator months\ alter of tbe1estate date, to would add! )utre t>< any work to which I cinnatus Pryor, 11. Pcttcnger. 1 ;

to liia repoiis. uo of con ola- | ;; they wee aU.dletl-ill short HO eIertiiii I II R.-Antonio flier Selestin 'Ribi
( D. Me'xin: > f
f) ciecemed! for I
to him that the property I .
| will be spared to rtnder"THE jUVVE"CIIt,
ctot'lJutctwd- if : change! { hicli it -eiru lie had no right to sell. \ in a'l' rupeeVunh he palionage of !8, Joseph S. Ruby, Antonio Rey- _
: ad- This ;s to tot-warn ali } nard Thomas
whfie, or to aiiy ,' ,i persons from trading the public, both as a cheap aid rlcp-.int Rudyers.Charb ;'
lieuiei to the Cabinet named or i for said note or either of them, aajthrv emporium of. useful *itd interes/ng information G. Ritlgely 2, Asa Rod- .
''I" Et it' after will not be paid by me, unless compelled 5
3 John K.
and a valuable repository tt gers Keaney.S. {
U law.
frcm the iiiid of !
< :e )
] a Depart- choice specimens oI'Mmcelbiicous litera .-Sione and Nisbet 2Villiaiq L
WHui"leriiiti, cruir.c I ,r m. J. Watsonfnrkton
ture. Strict Ht'ention! ; will be bestnucd
i and Smith
a smalt Squadron. :): Ben'j. Smith, Robert W, "
I I Co'inty. April 10th, 18 '9 -;3-'lt: on ItS' moral tendency, and a ronsU t ,
ki.oM* "11C1f-wlim and Smith
[ watchfulness preservt-tl over the cause .t Homy Slayback, James L. ,

si.le cuuld-hi\Wt"U"all'Uf'd in It fw we ks of a pnb- I I 00 Dollars Reward. aud interests of virtue.A Scott, James Siken, Sergeant Shorts \
\1"1., and from ; may: I f> ANAU'AY from the Subicrihcr, about portion of the contents will be as Lewis Shipman, E. A. Sierra, An. \

foreign. niinikter for ) ? 1 imp fir ,i AX the tliirticlh of March, a nrgro man follow : geliqne Savarie, E. P. Steele, Moses ;:

she MI lived here on I ha cannot :I juancd F. Sa nfllrt. -
I. '
Tales original an l selected ; E it\ H.monl S

-hatinj The SJiaik I.een was nb'scnl!! Judge is.I TOM, l, hUlIf)1 ous and scientific ; l'octry.* Raphael emmes 4, Jesse Smith 2t 1 : 1

/nncifnl rruise off being held agel twenty se\t-n ycaia. of dark com onginaand] selected from the best American haac Smith, I'etf.r tfymmes, Rich )f

tuiQkhc sailed for :. pIcioti, about five feet eight inches high, and Feieign publications ; Hirapnical : /:. tfwifr 2, John L. Spencer, Edicii'tt ",1
h W.ai puichtseJ: of Hubert Sketches if : :
-she returned' to ; .! Li'v- Chambers distingii.shed persons. I Schermerhorn Francis Sloa .. I
Fib in Bishop, of! Wilcox Count):, State otJ. laThe male and female ; Anecdott-s, !lou Mots. j :
a .
Dfliietl from very here CI )' : ? of f JndiMj I ba'l'a. &c &c. The original matter necessary Juilann Salvo. ,..

retnrrrd here direct ( Ohio, with I above roward will be pai<..pn hisdthveryto for this department ot our Daper will beI I T.-Thomas P, Taul, Bushro'dTavlor. I P

W,'ich 19 9. sound iu I me, and. 1 all reasonable charges furnished by individuals who areaiUantageousiy S

The Natchez It Was con I jif taken above thirty miles tram I'ct.sa; known to the public through D M. F. Thornton 15 Daniel .: i;.

1st (.. Dec. 1528, the West cola. ., S the medium of their literary productionsI. Turner William C. Turner, 2 Josiah 1

March 1829-when station. Mf ru;,per.Pensacola. The Toil :-In addition to the Tatnall
7 Henry F. Tovlmin 2
by that itnjtuUive\ $ .
April 3d 1829-lj.- lf. usual Literary matter contained in similir
euter- ?
nl which ctery man publication ,the Proprietor has completed John A. Turley, Jhn Tomsont ; 1

nil Uith friend fall: upon PQstpocerneIlt of Land Sale an arrangement by which h<> will been 1.\\ Peter S. Thompson n L. Thomast I
.hese farts the Relief .
ruuibtanecs f the in 1Irida.l bled to furnish c.irrect descripciohs 0 the- Rich'd Tilghman.

LIIJ blame can so much prevailing fashions, both foreign and do. W.-Ben'j. D. Wright 3John Leo
TRI ,.nY U P..Lltr
;'lTt U t
mestir illusira'-il with ele
an ;n.it engrar
on this station 1Th. LAND OfFiCk 4-.i Williams 2, William WiUi.iras.Fran-
A4iril, lail SI
\iIe- the
injjs .hr regular inearn
series once
squadron ) to i is cis M. \VI n\worth. oJ
WJOT1CK heirt/jiven, that tilt suit of fashionable .
I qu.rter ; place resort '
and bting placed: fiom HS the it that august i l' of Public L.tH.lg directed to' 'takej sketches of life manners tc. &C. at John S. Wily fi, G. G. Williamson '
the "\. :"" tilI I j ; lace at TALI.AHA&IEI., in the Territoij ol the earlie possible period, and from the 2, Temple A/ Washington.Y. -
j West Florida) on the 'Ihird JlOiiday hi
Jo the ordm tfih' I dangerous: May next (., the' Prochmntinn Irt mrig most authentic source .-JohnJ. Young. ,

IcHiuiot admit of a I supremacy j date the24th Fcbruaiy IfeSW.) is poi-.ponvd III, Micellany.Interesting items of (266 Letters.) -. 1\

cer hrie jt Rf .II J| ".' ; : Legislative until ih- twit Monday in July nexl. intelligence, foreign and domestic occur.renccs (The names in Italics are of Officers ,
I \ the saj Bv order of II.* President. murnagrs
of the
on any f Ioull -. Navy.) .
those feeling E. itors j the rights of 13,--tu (reo. Graham, IV..E'igravingsTn eac'i quarter. the ; :

the subject ol the i fiunzy, Commissioner of the General Land Office. SouVenir will be embellished with four \KHA\GEMKNT -

or date to !ivt' a : who may By the President of the 'Oni. splendid quarto copper-p'hate engnvings Northern Mail. .
of rema-kablc American of .
pleated to ret ue Euiopean "
far .:Ii. iitHteimut of pow- ted States. scenery-or portraits of dutinguishedchtractem Due every Wednesday and Sun S J

ail n'<,.. i' we are IN pursHanCe of law. | Joax Q.UIXCTAD4 -aUo'one plate of the pfevnil- day, at 4 o'clock', P. M. .

\'\ .ivn the ne*, of !!! just, con- s, 1'reaident lfthf' Unit.J .v.ute*. lug fashions: which will be sent coloured Departs every Tuesday and Saturday .

ed In'ir, every man : i is a so- ol Atneiic, do hereby delare and make free charge to hoe who comply with at half o'clock A. M." .
trtotic i.s well us a therefore known ttut public sate will be brld'at The terms -ubscription; of payment ii> pa .' .

Tle FHliuuuth hailed as a the Land OLtce at T ll",liaer, in the advance. i I kastern, or i Florida Mail. ,, \

ordillltrr! tails TerrUor\ ofWe Florid*, on the third Each criber Dae 10 _
General suS will thas be funithcd every Tuesday, at o'clorfc .
j>s work, on her hull- a 1"13 oint- he public lands included within-the limits yearly with twenty superior copperpUteengravings A. M. 4 '. 4
water, provisions, 01 the price of which if purchased Departs Tuesday at 2 .*cli ek '
ot the undermentioned townships and ; would he every .;. 1I-j
-she was oideied ( singly more tnan double the t"
P.M. .. .
frtctiol\lIltowIIships. to wit : S u" j
bad not the *i. annual qost of the entire work.V. .
Fractional townships two, :/ire5 Jour, Southern and \\ esfern Mail
equiirr.fn.t, she ; Editor's Departm nt.-Soicp of ; 5 .
mid of f
five ,
pletely fined f.r sea, air rai-jje..teven.Townships passifig events,The Drama New Publications Including JHob&t and the 'State i
one, l lhrefourt ri\\\fae f
visions and *tore>- of-May. Criticisms, Reviews &C. Itc, Lovirtamr Missouri
ail i! of ranges tisentt Jil ivtenty 9ne. ;', .' f ;- Mississippi, l
and -we hope Terms -The Souvenir will be
Town hip-\ one three,four, and Jive o.f published Tennessee, Indiana, ad KentiuJcy S
vice and
cnuutiy krt
; 1'1 every .Wednesday, and forwarded foubscribera
Iliey 'look MI the siiip rae. twentytwo out of the ciy by mail or Due every Monday, at 4 o'clock ,
Ml iiuatesorth of'tlte Sate Liac ;
out fquudron nnd : .' wttJ. otherwise as rat) be directed-...eacli number P.M.. S
West Jhrtdiau.
hrr 'I ofJhe .
Commodore will contain Eight closely Departs Thursday., at 12'
printed | every
fhe land reserved law forth
by ,
"'tiiI I. it WHVC, thus l 1"1'. use and will be decorated S
pages with- i 8 o'clock A. Mi
cers ,rd uth a crr I ofbcnools or for other purposes, will be embeltishnaenU appropriated past : ;.
-- _
ik mentioned meit'y i excluded (from the sale, which wil com- abov engravings.Price the All letters must be deposited af A't ,

Some fact, n s well / ;j niencc :* ith tHe lowest number section, kast one half hour before ttw litH.: of .
the E". nmbi. township and nOtt" and proceed-in tbe of SubscripTron Three Dollars of it ;
: apply tl the departure the! Mail by. which is l
\\ e do tro|lk and ; Court ,tideraoove designated. per annum. payable in advance-for fourcopies ; ,
ters *hn, m the \d. Given under my lund, at the City ot Eleven I Dorian_for ten copies'I'wentytive I intended they ihonldgo they may f

8i .,tJ.tO unjust $ of *Captain ot Washington, this twenty fourth day I Dollars and"at the same rate I .bv detained until itie' nelt. Mail.. I
for a urger numbrr-in' all in advance
Mt Mxtanzas will February, A. l>. 1829. cases W. (
..a 1f'd-1 tny are all : County, JOlLY QtrL\'CF ADAMS. which entitles them to coloured 1 UASELLHUJCT, ,

piitale .t.itt-atth'r' By the Pres'dent. phtes of fi.h ion.. Pott Matter.: #

who WHS I.. LliMiie \ tidc. G O. GRJUJLV Price Jr S :
J Philip- posr OFF CE, .. -
%bicb .ok place! in I CummUkiuiier of .
lUe Uen.ra1ldn iQmc.. 'fbibc1clpbia. .. .t'k'COld' llt.4 prili 1829-l"1-6J" )-


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> NEGRaES jf' NTED. The 13thjhoJt. will co )'I1.tE.
Ttt&I since the:Peusac la t Rough Rice ad Corl.
""t'tl0"V'fL IA TELk'GEJ\'CUl. ths'control its !. m.d tV, "lent, | ;
dr : uf
r twenty Il ou'
""CT Yitn ol Hunt b TanUfi '" 2 OOUu. huop
pt BUS JIB ixIKK quired as laborers we take this occasion to ,
to iu friends and : 16 make payments to iiicc.
i itch or ei- \
of patronage with.wbwb
BT : \i C "W O'tKS, !ed daring; thai "period. l; full} authorized tore. 200 bushels cora,

GAS A SSASOrff. I | the n'ambrr of thus .. |>t therefor. Ju t received aD.lur ssje-ty
at Santa Rosa Island, on the first of b1a) I ,
JVatottoIntr.tigtncer is an pM ceived. that daring the 1 JJ fll.Bunt
THE Journal at the Seat of the ermsin'. published tight numbers I lJa.Det". UIUtSI: .

General Government. It publishes, ori .A 1 tieations: to be made at the ER.neer \:" ume-for ibis we ask arartf: March 6tu, llti. .. ..
ginallyregularly: and fully, tbe Proceed Office Santa Rosa Islencl pensation we only ask Match. : 189 .1 .

in. s and Debates of Congress ; also, all Vf .H. C\\\18e, tu, and we trust that our J._ Al.Bk\ltitl 1d

.tt..c'Stat.. Papers and Documents of public cuunt'.iII not neglect 'Itl .
interest, laid before Congress or originating Copt of Eng uer,. !It is painful and \ G\.. Ea have just receiv (i ULU.vIbl..iV !6 u.1Jr.
1829 -8-4t.
in that body, and all, the Acts; _Pensacoh, Mar' hl3t contiuu.aU-t! dunning I arrivals, and otter fur i fa UE E.Y tMiich rants proved tlH'lt

paaced by theca These recommendations. while our jumblihinent ',corns-r ot Pal at ox and : & superior to dwain'a or any of Ute

in addition to the variety of other I .C" stiTYcambia l l\r 1 I dition to' .subscription a choice and general :-anaceas lot the cure yol Ute following
iafurmatioQ which is to he found in itll i appear" impolilif : we iseases, viz
Countg. 1 of Groceries :
;columns, connected with the General In-1 1 subscriptions ,
\eresisof our own country, with Literature AT CuA+lacrLt. February 15tii 1829. 1 peuse would be but light WHICH ARE : NECKOdlS, (or affection tke: onei;)

Ordered, That Polls shall be opened ben, and we should KINti'S FVILorSt:119PULAtYrr
and Science, and the Affairs of the Havana, double re
.Worldai Large ; together with the character at the following places fur the purpose of even with the small Sugars ; tr1.LL1iCANI.EIiUUS
which the receiving Votes for a Delegate to repreha! -but without Dlltn. : and inveterate VIa.
of general, fairness pa- Coffee ; Indigo j
t the people of Florida' in the 21st + workmen, buy paper CEHS ;
has sustained under its present j
per make the4atlor.&a.1 editJf" ell, at the Election to be held on II carry ou our business 1 mperial I LI\ tats and UILIOUS COX1PLAINT3RHUMAT1C

urs' for many years, the i out supporters and } H and kffecttons of the head and
Intdhgcnccrpcful, and t vet valuable) :1 'son,
in the concerns 1st Monday: of May xtviz. Iherefor.earnestly' j. SYSTEM generally ; .
to l 'ho feel interest
ad| an Hyson< Teas
out of Pensacola, who : ULCER of the MO H & HKOAT-
of th is of other countries I I Pensacola.
or the Court House in :
; to i remit to us by mail, j Hinter, Goshtn Cheese; SYPHILIS, and all other diseases arising
The JftUienat Intelligence is not a party At the House of Peter Bourge, near '
rents, the small sums Middlings of Bacon in the improper use of UEKCURY.As .
-ut censures or approves where ihe Yard. ,
paper Navy
t generally know the
; a general de article ot
censure approbation seems to be due At the House of James Spillman, inI whrn sent by mail it shall almonds cleanser punitive
prunes figs, ; of the blood.thi remedy
the Tosses-
I. '
to pWic measures. supported
I The following 'tts invaluable
1at.- iJministratioii o( the General Government ( ses powers; it Improves theappetite
At the House of William Drummond.At
amon requested to act as : i
and has also the remarkable effect
, when the measures of that Ad- the East! side of the liscamhia ; and ette. FLOUR; I of
the akin
depriving of that yellowbilious
,m+ntstratiun were sucu as to meet its ap- the H<>use of K. L. Cotten, on the Radford L. Catten Mess and tint which U
so common in biliout
rrob-tiolt It avows a determination, West sIde of the Escambia. Jeremiah Savell, v

,hur.? it opposed the election of Gen Jintl belt farther ordered, That the persons C. S. V. Junes Ala qua.Thomas PORK; constitutions.

Ja-knon to support the JUst measures of hereinafter named, shall be, and G. Bright, ; olives cranberries J. ALB'1GUT,
this Administration! but as certainly t8Cppl.lllC John M. Holmes ; ; ; Philadelphia
they are hereby appointed Inspectors' ol Long. No. *
t Mackerel in The proprietor in offe.his '-
tlie unjust or prescriptive. It said! Election, viz; Thomas Ballsed IJ'e CouneniA -
will be, in principle, opposed to any Administration : In Pentacola, SILVESTER BILL, Joan 1 1j Hi-nrv yuupe, Rocky market beef, superior !' Snv*" to the public,(urnishea a tew

of the Government whose DE LA RCA, HORACI L. HlOLKTi Augustus Su-ele, 'It the most remarkable cures, parlor oed
measiues shall shew It to have th,tinteii!i Jit the House ot Peter Jiourgc L. C. Leslie A. Thompson! Vinegar ; oy the same, in testimony of its superior
es-., uf a party at heart, rather than the i |IIUB| RELLe DAVID WILLIAMS, JIBKMIAHLi Everiit White, ))vkt";'
great interests ot the country Ii is, in j, nil AH in. Gad Humphiejf, Sr person residing: in different: :

a word, what its title denotes a aNalional At Florida, JAMES SPILLMAJT, UOBERTM. E. B. Gould' Si \, es, \YL\ parts of the United States, a.a just IftI"rit"ue

paper. ..oa.&.... AWIKEW>\ P. Srursua.At : Wiliam PTnkney, Key pepper, cassia, mace to the am% as well...as. being the
and Pensaco'la. nrans of Conveying to th,Mi. fellow cr! .
For tbe independent imaartlal{ Wm. Dm.mmo'id'i, JOAB G.uns &
course which it has pursued the JV aiionalJnlclligeiiCer JAMES HiiEWMrxn: WILLIAM IIYQMMtVn..4t ALSO urea who ar- 'eim.lrriY 1.t1I'r.tt-d a sure,

lias been denounced, and an I R LGotten's, lUnroRD L. GOTTEN, : Lnmpoil ; Spei needy and effectual rrmnl J-a\lrarf'. '.tut

at":d.pt hats been made to put it down, BE IT JAW i if GAIKEH. HKNJAUIN NETTLE + candles : toy medicines are at this time diurb tt-

"1 ri ut or wrong, by the strong arm of Atteijt'J.. Crupper Mu r'lt 8 lorn' d about. the country, held forth to cure
power directed by exucus agency The HATS, HOOTS, tobacco; Havana nu ases, upon which they have not t'1e

Attempt is as vain as it would be for any Clerk.PensacoU J. \'X \ segiri ; 'ghtest influence,some of which tby had

moder:. prophet to bid the sun to stand>> FPh 20th... lH29-5t !e. | lasting and plough 1 ned previous to the use of the tyrttf*. .*
still. Thirty )ears old, this paper u nut \c; just received a nay he seen by their own atf est.it ion"

yet in its -) al1\e, but acquires strength I TOl\ X l.l : H sortinent of \ ( brushes The medicine ia so highly reputed *"

and l power with every day of its exist i I .i>me ef the physicians for the cure of
1 tcncc.W FIVE' Large Spar BUOYS have been WIT 11 10113 tiisea :ltthat0 l tie ;p"Op etur-. ow
I in the Channel leading: from : which h? "+flT rs for s.1" I
wtK'ut having ever sought for popularity of I uiowledge, ten gentlemen sf the meatcal
the Gulf Stream, through the Harbor of AMONG i faculty were induced in dis
,or courted puulic putrouage, the to try it
A ativnul Intelligencer enjoys Already the KEY WEST into the Bay of 11AzicoI Black, blue brown \..\' ) SHOES- I fuses, to which they themtrlr.: shad bee

'I' w.ueot circulation of IiIlY New p*per an (j Vessels drawinir 9 1.2 feet water, and I frock sutffine cloth AND : uhject, and found great benefit fri,n Ht

the United Stales. It is rend in ever} 'Sound to Mobile, Pensacola and New Coats and ASSORTMENT .tone particularly residing> in An" .
1 OF
.Slate and Territory m the Union, and i in Orleans can by obseiviug 'he following : nmg curd, cas inet, '>* n N J., whose dissolution was tiireat.cd -
every city and town, us well as in the I I directions pass through this Channel with cassian ditto. Glass Ware i .. by a severe attack of liver co.-nphmt,

country. It i* read in every capital in i perfect safety>: and thus avoid the t-dious they invite the attentio 'nii-h had previously resisted his wunatment
!!. V 'r
Europe, and poc $e. sources of and dangerous navigation .of the G'llf- fI and of the Public, was in the clone of a few

nation extended by no other Infor-I' It i ii reco.nmet'dcdto Masters o! Vessels plain black and fi ;:' prepared to suppl* eeks restored to the enjoyment of jjer"Ct -

first to steer from Buoy to Buoy keeping close valentia, toilinct. wi' health.
I .For t.if time, a i elFor ia tenlarge w fancy assortment,
the I I to them on either haled IThey are moored blue and black cioiu. best and th-
aubbcnptiuii to it, by sending quality on The accounts whicl. have been receiv
:n the deepest! water and be ,lis
forth this Prospectus, wuch our adrei-+ I 1 I can terms. 1 from agents in different
tinctlv tern >roai each other. The bearings \to\1XD _\ parts >t'the
can a* iu !politics are expected to 3'ioyji follows
are as
generously With as u let it be seen, and : Fine trilled) amt I nl> I "Meed by the are sufficient
The ]at Buoy at thr entrance tit the Char syrup 10 com-
our friends so kindly as .o tutther our ,'I S H Hi : \ its at this time an octavo volume uf
net I and+ ) nearly ii> tne Harbour of Kt up-
f purpose wilh their ant and countenance. > duck check, cotton, I ards of two hundred .
pages 10
West, bean fro-n the
Light House
oK'V >
Heretofore, we. have hardly wishd to u'- uli the
large our subscription list intending' U'estby Compass N. W. by West V> \t.v Wines, &c. & cures
.''iant 1 milft. I I Ihi' doses of the "Col+imbian
IV Jirreaftrr, however, to devote ourselves: Black Italian, ..il!! I London Dock BiarChernntte <. Syrup"rjudiciouslv
( 2nd bears from the 1st ; proportioned and ,
the j Huuy Buoy N. W adapie
wholly to newspaper, and to a j ditto
pcper i\I b North. plain and tniicv 'I' ]| ..t tile age and strengtli! ot the human
improvement art'the condition of f !! Silk handkerchi 18L96tf.'t Cognac do. sys-
eIs. : ,.
*' 3rd. Buoy bears from the 2d Buoy, N.W.1J i Old a It isso perfectly innocent, that novil -
the Press we invite such turtliT *ubcnplions Suspender ll-tts 11,1 l C. Madeira Wine, ,
North.4lh. % <& : effects need be
apprehended f'ni
as, I Old Sherry do. n
$ being will
punctually paid,
remunerate our labor and expenses- Buoy hears from the 3d Buoy, N. W. BOO .rs f Bordeaux Claret do. i, when taken agreeably to tae ,fir..c.lon8. -

The .'VQ' ollal Inteltigmccr is! pubu Iu-d 1.2.'orth. l. ANn Whiskey 5th Proof. It rtabe given without any ap-

c1ttlr, at Ten: 1ullars per ainuiui, payable 5th Buoy on tie: B'ir, hears from the LightHouse I SHOES BY *rehension to tie! most teaser infant or
-'elk adult.
on Key West urth't ,
=st bj
in ivmice. Wilson.
It is p\1bI18h d, aiso, for then West. With iiuiestic and PI &
t November
:: 'Vrbsels PILOTS Pcnsacola, fVb--u-u-v 7.
dj requiring can obtain .
maii Uoes not penetrate, three tunesweek a -- --- Ihvulg' rec mmemied he use of.1.lir -
nt Six Ucllun. per annum pajaole tare.)) at Key West, as there i ita a Qua rd! ) CR. t ,'ier/it'g "COLUMBUS rRUI'" in rm own

in advance. A rciniUm.ce of either ot of brUlctl Pilots! established. r : has received instrnr :)rivati- practice for nearly two \ears, and
Tile shoalcst water at low is 10
water If witnessed its
these Hmou.i'.s in bank paper, l>y nra''' : or punish the cutting :og decided efficacy n:
fret and
al 12
high water 1-2 tent on tlieBar. cases which had
wilt! cuburc the piumpt and reg.ilar trans.in. I Public land nany previously resisted
: >
*on of every paper that way be or- WM. PINKS KY, \V 1 j I ) extend n',i only m ihe n!'a.11 l remedies, I now with -.."ch

r (ItrttlI'noKC Supennte Infant of Buoys. ; but to "Timber o: pleasure give my testimony in its favour.ind : .

subscribing, will please to signify v/u>-rort-Huu' .... > FOR tALE taken from the Publir will quote a few of the most remarKaible -

wnrttur they desire the paper for a KET WEST, January 20, 29.5of of Shippin r tl- cures p: rlormed by the same which

j tar only, and then to be stopped with. 'c." It i in to be untie came un4trmy notice.

.\ out turilur notice, to wish it to becon- Cnrn, Oats Hay Vic.t the instructions do nu Mr. John Hinckle's, son, of Abingtor,

.trn.ie.t until c-m-iUr naudel" l.Wasniiigtun. .. ClUE It.o for fuel for ., .iwnship, Montgomery
HE Subscriber has received, percent re used or plait county Pa. Of ul-
Marcli 5, lm< (
i ; arrivals, and offers fur ale. '-ration of the mouth and throat and
SeIu.cri Itb |,iions received: ai the Office Bags Ht. l D I \i'>lenr inflammation of the ;
1000 the
.. J'eusacoU U...ztrite.MARSHdUS. bushels Country. Warn. Wright, : disease nad destroyed the soft eyes
Un parts of the
lv)0) bases best quality Philade.lphia U. S. Attorney. I tliroat and roof of the mouth that it bid <

SALE.Jll Ha Fifty Barrels N"v. 1828 -36-tf. are the bone and made its
way into the
: tit outth 1v ) nc, e.-Mrs. Mary Peterson,, of
.. VJY.. Fa. 50 8icks do. Oats key. V TOi-'N ton, Del of confirmed Scrofula Wllllmg-, under

.,JI' Lynch. JA 1_ One hundred : > hich she laboured r
20 Small K>' extra County. nearly three years
;p quality
U :4 the first in Porter She had extensive scvuiufaus
I'tesday June next. Buiter es Ale, has laid off a Town, :a' ulcerati!$
yUltwiibih: .the legal hours, k will exposeo Fur sale by Walton Comity, Florida; on tbe lelt side of U. neck down to her

puolie Sale, for Cash in front of the 10 Krgs Leaf Lard. the narne of oreart ; the breast very much enlarged ;

Court H:use door, (or place of holding Vanbaun $ her left arm swollen and useless, and her
.courts) in Jackson County, the following 10 li'ixes Sperm. handle Pencarolu, Nov 17th I I Bl\"ROU \* \\, head on the affected side reclining tare:

property, to wit : One N'-gro fellow, 5 boxes Cavendish Tobacick for sale on moderate shoulder and violent pain m her sy-fin

ir .Ab.ra.TJ, about 22 yr irs std, and a black l. Extract from the : I General Thomas Snyder, of Kheuui vticxfFection

honie, about 8 }ears oMeizcd unon( "Director of "t Office is now kept bi I I of the heath followed by IIn ob-

,; sat riropeny. belong u 'e J.hn) Lynch, t 50 do. Soap. Wharf Company. this Place and the Mail I .xiruoion of the nostrils; severe pain in

sat;; .tt the above /V. l\ and cost. ls.m through the proposed I the upper;aw. extending from Me
20 Sacks Salt March, 5th 1829. n'i ed from the Hon. Superior Court fur the ia at or near the I over the cheek bones; the cheeks *=' xt.

Western District ot Florida 50 ('porn Brooms. ** 1? SOLVED -lias the benefit of I b ting high state of :"+Hamttutron-Sir.

S. Bryan I). .4! Vests tubs and buckets.AYso. JOJ&, tire Shares in abounds with her er- Valentine Boraef. of ulceratioo of the '.

fur A. Gordon. Wlijii'Cimpnny.' be excellent water, all of nostril, obstruction of the lame; loss i.

I .. \u Sit re, d- liars each, in place to render the place both smell i difficulty of breathing, and !verc

Marshal n. 1) I'A good assort'uv' t of heretofore determined ; i >>lthy. ;pain of the .y.tem.-Mr. Muscle's wife,
JU.A.&lnu't OmcR, ? Goods dot lars, the increased situated is rei and daughter; ; Mrs Musick. of.Chro-
April 13th 1S29 5 12-6t. Dry Saddleiy, share he made payable: as a present to the nic Rheumatism, with which she hid: been
f Hats First purposes.snd there can afflicted
tC. Monday of upwards of sixteen year his
By the President of the United F. H. :Xisbet according to the filth u that it will be the seat son of +cad| head, and daughter? 8f;scorbutic -
:ri tales.IV _, of incorporation, passed I Lountv. I affection of the gums and discharges :
tier Council. January: 105 feet square ; .. : 1 from the left ear.-Stephen Snare's son of
j -Uisuance of law I lonv \ .
QDI-UCT vsIfututoes Stc, for all East of the Ma'il carious affection of the shin
President of ; nearly: the
\DIXS the United
I alla for all
each to he
whole of the shin bone
'qt Aini-rica. do hereby delare and mak JUST RECEIVED VIA MOBIL third was destroyed,
!, known that pub'.cVale Terms, one Cash together with many of the smaller bone
I t" t.:nd Office at Tallahassee be, held in th i.itl cilt t t. HAMPEUSImh Potatut.,. inine I 611 DOZ. first rate in equal payment, at nine of the foot.-Mr. James M'Minn, of liver
AjU or.er J| 1 Side Board credit.
Trr complaint and asth-na, which he had
ry of We"i Florida, on the third up
Monday in .\!,, net/, fur the disoot sail l I. t' ALSO 4 Bureaus. to purchase will apply wards of nine vf'ars.-Mfos. Myers, of ulcerated !
either the
1 Bureau and on premises i sure mouth and throat and
i the ixiblic lands included within herat
the hi
ir met-* AI Crates Stone-ware 4 Ladies' H I'I
Hunt Post Master
'ol, the undermentioned atso rte4. dressing daughter nf scrofula. Hesides the disease
town.hipsto wit townships: anilfrarfoiiJ For sale hvF. 6 Do work Stands. has a plan of the Town above enumerated 1 prescribed the Srp

H. Nisbet. 3 Do. writing do. with great success! in mercurial gases and
f.nc\i.o\al: townships two, ,"r ej.rtr, 2 Sets dining tables.
five.!and ttf, of raneevert. Pcnsaeola, March ?3rd 1829. 1 pair rard doa S. V. Jones. secondary syphilis. .

7 'ro*nslnps sue, two, three,four auu five Bed stead Jan.' 1829--3t 'In' this
giving testimony of the met its of
.of ranges twenty and tventy one. Uoshen Vkiuer, b c. 3 Wash Stands, will be the Columbian Synip I divested

.To whips Pttff. three,few, and five, of related prices, to close a I I respectfully informs language entirely of technical terms, the my
2Ya r e ttaruty tro+. Goshen Butter and the Public general
Haines belie" to be understood'by those to whom
Jll liiiiate A> rtA of the Bate Lint and S'--Family Flour, in half D Ma. prepared to furnish, at : it is intended to its effects., Tbc
11 et of the MeruUoM. Ponchong Tea, March > ''en
T'-e,lands reserved by law for the use Cranberries, LA tli0 V1 WL
of* .hoop '-r for other,purposes, will I be Best ("illl'.,""", Hams, (Gassoway.) JrIRQHW A8 o I are dissipated permanent, convincra, and it I'M.with that the curt'can
HaisiiiB tion, as as may prutetr
excluded cheap
from new : they
the sale} which wilt Crop. I
eIltlenc0 Sale
orrt by the the additional be said, tha' it- hea''ng: qualities ranic haimmg
f Half Ubls. No. FOB ads an
a ith tne f 1 Mackerel
lowest number of sect i v n. from New the h'rs' ren ,.-4.of the
warranted pretteotday. :
Half and also
town.hip and and best Cincinnati f ;
ran k t" proceed in the Family Kirchwasser, (of the JOHN.I. MAYWEJB.1L1Philadelphialarei >
Order () Under woods best at the same rate He ,
design.td. assorted Pickles an;
Given under hand SWCet. Clumpaigne (Sparkling) 1 I I for order for work i 5, 1328.
my at the
Watch,nn, this twenty found City day 01 I Patpple Cheese Gugnoiet d'Angera dials.( I I in leis old line of busi The above mentioned; Medicine can lie

f ebnwry, A, 1). 1829. i F.,r Sale by the Subscriber, at his Muscatel Wine, best ) as be may be favored procured, at three dollars per quart b
< Jobs QUJAVr ADAMS Store, Mam Street, in frent of the Public Bordeaux.Oil. d with expedition, tie of the Subscribers! who will e&hwt

By. :b-' Pr ...... pt.GEO Square. Wh.te Wine Vinegar. workmanlike manner, ut to any prison applying, the eer ifi" Itd

GR.iJJ.>LI! !! J. Pescay. do.J. Shop in Pensacola. of cures alluded to by Doctor Majrweg

CommWI".er fd. 'the, General, Land Office. [, I'easacola Nor. 21st. 182*.-33--'
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