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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: May 12, 1829
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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t ---f".o.-'U-.n- ---" kVKfcKI.V.:-----PYt hundred dollars per ntnnn, and also for For allowance to the I"CriClmnplorcd **d six hundred and sixty two dollars!' For e-mnpermtinn to the Governor, IItwojlullars 1 f t

I oilit-i" cleiicnt crib C'S in rchtion to the i iI i(i in trnusmitliner passports and sen letter ; tend fifty: cents ; and for addition! salary to Jul:f"i, and Secr!'tarv of the Ar1t '\ .,
_>'J.? "*1.rf .3:..J e" -A 1'-" .Jji- .IdIr 1Ir''I'U '1 I ,mill! laim*, three thousand two hundred I fair t'xpeu..n| transiaiing foreign languages |, on. Clerk, J)er act second of March, on,- Territory, ;including additional fomJ1t"n. I 1

P4h't' ., r ir illn 'I ".HI'!h T.!rt ( ::a'o 311.1 I .-ve.+iy| ihiee ilollnrs. I I in the 'office of the Secretary ol the I tlhoiuancl eX!ht htmdrpd and twenty seven, tion to Iht- rud.trrsfnderthfr act "f Irenty "
KhlifiUt Ttfi ilfn r'/ /Va ...'". 1 Fill 'H'pensiition to the First ComptrolIi Treasury ; for stationary, Inel, punting, I one liundi ed a'\111 fifty dollan.I sIxth of lay one thousand eight hundred t
ol'ilin Tn'.isury, two thousand six huni !. hook*. and sill o'her incide.id! and contingent ; I For COIIlIIf'I.\litioo| to the Clerk and a and twen'v four, and for salary of one 0 : l
77JW1S.FOPR ; il" i and vity live dollars. .11 expenses in theTrensurv Drpartiueni I Draftsman in sa'lI u1Fre per act of twenty Judge appointed under the act oJ the l j J
iY)1.L Il:- unum in a !v.inr(' ;; if I. Clerks in the and the several office therein thousand eight hundred '
pt': !For roinpfin.ition to toe I InttiCl' i including sixth IIf May one seventeenth of :April one thousand eight: +
;' ijifi.t i ia -fiiTf.l! si* miti'! 1-1"1'} tt: tit. Fiist "inptrollci, per act of !!1 the expenses of stating a.-.d printing toe ; IInd :1\eIlIV four, If.''' tiocsnnd dollars. hundred and wenty .eight, from tIM! se... I .

IMLLA'IS \'ill"p iv.j.'iiv.l.O : I the twetittrlli of April, nne thousand eight public accounts for the year one thousand! I For n-'ninrnMtift-i ,Nth" M '*e"Sl'r "' ,"teen'h of M.v, to the thirty fine of .
O \ l ti'rulens ii'v-i ted ron-pirno-.t.-'lv; ; at htuid'ed' and eighteen, thirteen thousand eight hundred nun 'niy-iiirie.. und fur ad- ., qt,1: ; i.fli.n< full of' ,.IIIJtWances. fivehuttrlr''tl )';.-mber, one tRounand1 eight hundred I

O\a: l iI.\t>:. )IL\ft T.inia-i.I for cure KIKI'V I ",.lrtl'1( KN!irrrorihr I1,*,, f.ite.: !iijudieti and eighty seven iilar! ntt.i vertUinnr Tieasnry n Itic s.in relation lo the rind twe.ity+ fn 1'Ihrs.!': aril tweny eight, ten thmjwnd one hundred ,
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f'wcicti l'IItiuu:1a'tlolI ui.ei in pro- filly cut ; and aU fur a Idiiional: s.ilaij I icinhnrri.-rni'Ht of ieiiain pus lions of the F.>r contingent expenses 'fsaidnn : office, antl seventeen dollars and twenty ':
: t \. ;of one Clerk! per act of ->er;nd ol'M.nr'i! jnli-'it; ,!.-',( .nd in relation to revolutionaiv t* tlmus.iqj three !hundred end) tilt) ,five cent. :.
[ thous .i hu-id od Jind 1 twenty I CI'III.' ilea the act .>f the fil'totnih of I 1
"ALL y.ie UK < Mrht{ II! dollars .
KIN os OF I For contingent; expanses of said Tetri- i ,
-ven, nr.(' hundred and lifts dollais.Ft I \1 'v. >-.i r. H>S.ind eight liHiUf-.l: and ;lent I II ,
.. I[ Fo-: allowance to Tie Superinte. ton, I Iwo hundred and sixty two doUars 't!
.r ; nlillI.III to the >!?''njers iii "- Iii. Purl one thousand .\ "> hnn-
ro "P' ,t"d\.ft )n: "upl twi-oiy } I 8?
r \, : and four watchmen for the i .. ,
.. r+-nployed and' fiflCt'nt.
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#." r'J... "." \ I i aid '!'ir. in fOIl if ai! .iI.J'IIIC"'a.I ... PHhundifd r'':1.. ;i' .1.>d 1"tV-two dollars( a--d fifty; :I *
I ., nt" I Ihe War ind N buildings '
'illl\ ivy ; For4py tnd mileage of the Members of
7 \\!:.rJt.Lt' IU.CK vr.n, ASD pRotiPn.y1et'Eire. 1 I .ind "irt i ty seve.i tloiiais( a..il fu:_, 1 ':I:' !. '
I and tor inci,lriittl aid contingent he braiiches of the of r
Ct'T-u: OX REAS.iNAHLf oxpniI i two, Legislature
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\ l.M) I Ito I I C'-M'S F-r .d'Inn .ine'-s to the S ipM'5'i eirleiitiii1 ;i
vs.. : ,.Ar THIS oy!'U'K I I ...,1' Clnlpr'asnlion :n tho SI>(.).,:! C'tr.ntr l I :- f fur watcli: uen. empl' yd !.>.- ttir ...cu- ;ii!i I "eK. including1!' I, tiiel, candles, l 1-ibor, i iI i snf Territory, including the incidentalexpf !

'fa'" u.nilx-r roinnn'iio's lie 'i\l h \ farsi .|l"'r"i' tur'Fieactr v. two tnoiuand tvI t. i. r.i\; of ihe State allti Tre;isnty B'liIIn! ;> ; :I I p.arilll.I; j p nips ,aid windows in [as. ageh, i| i i!es of tier Legislature, per act of I'twrntV ''
5 : .. !!I dclai-! the ..HI.ktfs.I I. .vhileasiiiii; hull and passages, for ex- four h ot :yl ay, one tlioiisiir.l eight t
j. .. tt:.* {I.H'-f'1I1 EI"r' ','!1'C. :I-;'":lii-l and filly >. I 1 .j..u fur -pairs ol t'11L1,1li. anil ,
I..' 1'irhlic ia te!: if.i'>ti-inlo *i.(t''u I liI ,' i For roinpen?iion to the CI'I k. in the one tlionsand :four hnmii- amt l*"Ulv-I. !I I sense or l.t'nts, aid+ extra in watchmen j i hundred and twenty eight six thousand t'Inr
ifii .\$ lImI'J. Since tt.al pen-id. I'U [1"' itatr i- I ofii"i'! of t fit''Hil'l Ci>>innt"i.c.!! pi-r: net ; doliais. :! f :!* Sibh.ah d.tvne thousand cig'it ht''lrlr 1'' and thirty[ dollar t
f hun-\\ .

: -<;. f.ll: llnf.1' rIv. l 1.H'f: 1J".-,'m: CII 111 and eighifeo, M-VCII than-..tnd'I : War, four iiiand. five hnndied ,tote' rs.i I| For ro-'ipt:-;linll to th" t'o; ; r.' .Jurlr.t', and "ecrctnrr ofthe Florid Territory
1. .' ..t.1- t. .!e.n.1 ; n .n'.lMie! at.eniin.T'nt j I tiirco: hundred :in.l'nrrxd'iitial compensation

>-u" ::01111I 01! !IIi. lime may now 1 hI' c-nts. I I Oflire of tie Secietniy of \Var, pei ail ,.!" ;; dJlLtrs.F' to taV-: .lfir gf.< miller the Jet ot the twenty,
*Jei-(it.1 I to the s 'Hlf '-.tt *>f liU al-st-m'hnrrU'.ns For ennpf'Isatinn to the .Me:;rnrir in I 1 twntit'h of A, iilone t1',mpcril'O-i' to the! two Assistant third of %lav. ,rkf thnti'and ->ighC huidrel

.i ,-J 10 ;i" iv..10- ri>ripsiv! :>n.tcnce, lie I aid otfije, in full of nil sillowaiici-s, ivej tired' and ei;:ire>*n, thirteen Ihonsaiid) thi "eI ; 1'.ilmisl"rs G"'ipial, three thousands and twenty ei ut, eleven thoii an\l five -

h.;" ..'ai d.fiir'l'" :,rest-Mi .11 lo.i>t, tier; I j tin' idreil and twenty five dollars. :I I hundred and (fitly dull irs. li>iit."|"d iid! fifty dollars hundred) and twenty five dollars. .
'...!...rui'inn of \. ('):tiara ::.q., in th! <- I I"r compensation t. the! First Auditor of \ For one Cl'rk-iu! the buieau of Indianf- I F.ir r.nw .cII'OI1: to the 'Jlerks in tilt For t h I' : .
r:. ;1'" ;.:t uti/.s. I the Tre..II"Iv... hous.tnd 1.\-. IHJlldl .l I!!; f.ius. per act of Kr-cond .t' M.uch, one ulKcf uf'cie I'n'v'nst r Gener t. pr :.c* .. ..!,.fl; ..ttnfl'\t'sI1'ry
Match I IT'Ih. 1529r.r. and fitly d'j'iars.; :, thousand! eig'H hundred and twei.ty-aeven, of l\Vfif(-!il'!.Ai Ol' --.ji. %nit vi'kf\ll4lllltl: VlU 'K I* III nod fifty cents.Forunpen't .

:.__ ? ...._.._.._._..-_. -. --I- I II IfJ"e.i For c')nrp4 nc tion to the Clerks in the 1 i I evi-i hundred 1 and fifty d.)liars. ,,' Wet:t 11'1 i e Qh<.,-1, seventeen thou *)nn and mileage to the }
i I office.of the FiiN' Au.Mt.ir t...' *ct of i ve II. i I For C.IIIII n.-" .- -: messengers in nl"u-d \eilhv. d lari| Memt! .of the Legislative Council: \
Jrt'!{ Trllto'i; SrftPfrt l ueiRoi A4)/il, one ihonsan 1 ei :iit c..i.jfliirt i ...; i *ince.. in nil of all! .lti.)w'inres, seven F,) Cgnipraq''t'- t.. !hCIcrk. "n aid! Bait Terliwffur the Session emling the t

..-.;= = ---- eighteen, .inc t6u,a.id iiii.e' l liundifcddtjl'.P.rs. 'in. lied eijjlii-sevt-n! dali.ir..uid! liftyrents. office per act o'niw <--it. s'.xlhl f May, twenty fourth of November eighteen .\1

!\ BY AUTHORITY. 11It" t\OU'I.IIIL'\ 111&t 'rn\irt4 Llldw..rf\' hundred and twenty eight, pay of officers
For compensation to the Me."en ill Fo. rontingnil' fxneiscs of the Office of ;
jer uu.drcd tiollars : .
1 tour I'ur: thou>.tilll !'Wo and -rvHMts of the Council, fuel, station
said olll:e, in inM of allowances fire himdred "ci'it-taiy of \V ir, two thyn-.i'.id: Ito liuiilr otVfm.l t'Mirch ;
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\ l for Clrki!. per alt ary, printing . and: twenty fivi d:ill..u.I .j -d :ind filly It.Iii II rJI. and!
cue tbI':and etg'it !urlred twnty lawn including' the um of two thousand .
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Fur to th" Second Auditor For c.mp.n"'lli'lII to tier: v'lrks in the .
ci'nipaoirtti
I d I dOl. '
hits !
,evert f'r"'r thuv'J ri4n: ir! one hundred dollars, fur publishing a revised
of the Tieasmy, two tiou.and two hundred :)'nc" wfitn- Pav.nt-.tei (ii-neul, per act of ,
lar' ; 111. for Clerics :per act nt iwen'.jNiurttot code of all the laws of "Florida au- i i
a'lli fif'y dollais. !S.e iweiiu* ih of \piil one ,ill>nsan '>nehuu>" "t e.-nt hun thor.ird act of the Legislative
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the CN" i.i 11"IIi''l'eI fi"hte I'loiKancl' nine 1
For co4np' nsatin't to !;* tl t. 1 a nd M, t0
f' MyLtWti died sod twc.ity eigtit. five ihousaiddnlhr. Cmncl seven thousand and thirty two .
office of iii; <* S.*cid Auditor, per art u! Mi-idifd l and SwciUy-fivefd.llai i. ;
jv e.iti tin! Mc-.enger in lul'ars, J
I dred! and eighteen, i,vfivethoiijaiid v.I"IIundr.'cJ .a'l 0.lici-i! in full ,f all allow/inces, .five o'UIC ''P::CtIOfl" to tin-Messenger an.: For npeimti'in to the Chief Justice, :
and fitly tI.II..fs! Mii.divd aid twntyfiv.* II..II'.II. two ISSISlInts in s: nl "ffi-.r in till of a!' tie .\5t ujciate.Judges, and DlstrictJudgea ., ?

I Fer ranneueati,n to the :11ccrnrr i ii j. I For c'-nti-irf-nt expi'iise-i: ot said Ojjrevo allow.ncei, one thousand and fifty dollarFo .. of the United States, including the Chief 1

I OF Tilli U.XrrED STVTCS, PVS.S3D i said otllc**, in fiiil ol ail ell I.StICd, ."nhuidred him':i-o" and I'vt-ntt -fitI' dollars. the t:oinplsMion ot the new building 'I lustice and Associate Judges the Dis- 1

\ AT '[liE SECOND SJSSId.M OF THCTWCN'TtCTH : and tneniy tiite doiUtt.! For ('lImpl'lI".lli..IIO' the Clerks in the for tie Patent Otlice and Post Omc six rict of Columbia ; and also for additional
'I For euirpti,.:ti.MI to iht1'Iiird tidir: OlTico of the (Comiuisv .ly iei.fial of Pur- tliouHiid t two hundred and tweiity twdollas compensation to the District Judge for
1\ CJN'GUUsS. of the '1 reas.iry, t>vo tliousitixt: two lijjj "rfv-s. par not of the <>:t-n'v-iih! : of M iv, end fifteen OMits the District of Missouri, under the act of'

i [PUBLIC, Nit 18.] !j died and fifty, dollars.: thousand ei:r'H! hn.iili.'d and twentvI Ff contingent capen5CS of siid office, the twenty sixth of May, one thousand

AH Act m.ikin additional appropriationstor : I I For cJlnI.> "auon to the Ciorks in thtffice l the support of Government for the of iris T'liri' Auditor, ju-r as ..l five dollais.For! thousand six hundred dollars.

year one t'uusaud right hundred and !;| twentieth of \n} i\\, one Ihonaand! <.i i: ht h'in I (:per.s.iMon i t., ti! Mesgeutrpr in Fo- repairs the Past Office, one thousand Fo" compensation to the Attorney Get

t..c.tni'IC'. dred and eighteen, fifteen thousand eiY i "l1i il! (tlltr, in full of all'1 all.tAunci-s five end thirty scv=n dollars and tItJ.t'I'ti. 'ier.il of the United States, two thousand ,,
JJ-. it cnarltd by the Senate and ." *.< of hundred and seve.H five d-dl'tiN.: >:.nndied a>ul 1n""!- -live dollais. ; oix hundred and twenty five dollars.

/'M'-estwirt/ii'r tf lie UlI.itla'e$ of I Fur compensation Ie) the iNK-!setters{ I', For (hilt IngN expenses ot said Otli'e.i Fut compensation to the SlIrvI'yor I"compensation to the Clerk \fIi9\

I At'tiffica; in Congress awni'itc'l; That tIt t said ollice( i.i full ofill alla! ,'ani-i-s, i-vei >huidr-d and a1141 tnent -\s0 dollars and fit Gene'al in Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan, office of the Attorney General), six hutv- ')
: lIuwin,; Minis bf. and the same ale Ii rebyresr !i hUIIlrl"ul( eighty seven d'>!la'-; and! title| .v trnts. one lUusan.l five hundred dollars. died dollars. .
I .tcti.rly aupropriavH! itrtnc T- : cents. 1'or eoiiipcnsati'jfi: to the Clerks in the in thetuceof I
I Fot compeusati'ntotheClerks For compensation to the Reporter of
I vice of tilt year one thoisnntli hi him1 \ For compensation to tic Fon.11a'Irlit..), OnVe ,' the Adjutant Go( '... (per act of thousand five I ,
s.fj Savvy one the decisions of the Supreme Court, se-
led a in! twPrtty nine, in 1lIllili.11I to the j of Treasury, two thousaml t..o humirod he twentieth (''fAptil, oi.e IhO"-and eight '.i
1 < hundred and uevnt five ,-IuU.rs. ve-i hundred and fifty dollars. .
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spvrral' su.iu appr,>prittet! fur lli- list and fifty dollars. hundred t tind eighteen one t .oiuand six
tu the Surveyor south Fur cjiTventaliun I' the
usatill1 District At'I
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hilt IIT of thr year one ttiou'tnd' oi;:.u Ii un- For eompcus.iti to tli. ("leiks in liifj :'iniidrcd and twelve d-,!'lays and fill) cents ; For cOfR *- .
iil HnJ twenty nine, liy the a': of the j I oflRce l of the Fourth Auditor per helot and iifi** Clerk p"r act second ol larch, : f Te.mess'ee, one h')..1lZlIIJ five liundrcddollars. torts 'vs -in 1 Marshals, as granted'b1 law, 1

A.-vt.oth J.-.unary, one tli-m . tlv I al i iwoniy IH-.IO. Writ is to s.iy ; j dird and eighteen, eleven thousind: tun .even, MX hundred dollars. For compensation to the Clerk in the ei;la tho'i:aud five hundred and seventy !
of f Conirr< 1 hundred diUars and lift office of me sail Surveyor, one thoussuul five dollars t
I'or esi.'.i"c< tile Library and ninety seven ) For co.ituigrnt exj.-ensfs of said OSce, Ii
S.lcj.lh: J'J- .d.: Iris, of the LibrnriitM ail lHie ;1 ce.tts. (.i ivht kin adIei1 and ten dollar! two hundred and seventy live dollars.! For de.raying the expenses ofthe Supreme 3 1 t
\so ti'ii' L''i'i'M-i.: I.v' fho'isnml fvo For compensation to the Ci!
huudre.1 anJ siny two dollars( and fifty I oft.(., per acl of( second of 'hrdl. one OiTice of tiie Commissary General of Sub- Illinois, M'sviuri.and Arkansas, one thousand United States! insludiiig/ the District of \1 -

c.I/!, { tliousand eight hundred and twenty seven, silence per act of twenty sixth vf May five num'-ed doll'4M. Columbia ; also tor Jurors -uld witnesses,
Tie tlw ,}.:,'" MS' of b ) ,\< an.! m" 'K fur one thousand five hundred ,di.ll.tr. one &lions.ind eignt hundred uud twenty.f For competition to the Clerks in the in tiff of the undo aiising fro.n fines, penalties .

ths Libr.irv. ofCounc*?, five thousand dol- For c.impeimalion to the Al-'s!tfii!er in f- one ihousuiid six hundred and twelve office of said 5urve).or one thuua.md fivr and forfeitures, incurred iu the

jal,. qad; office, in full of all allowances five ,iloll.ii: and fifty cents ; aud one Clerk, pet hundred dollars year one thoma-id eight hundred and j v.
For v,"'n: -ntrtii U the Present of I hundred and twenty five dollars. sit ot'seco id! of ;Match, one thousand eight For compensation to the Surveyor in twenty nine, and preceding years, and -f
i'.ie: Uuiifd Stri'e-. t-uhti-en thou;Hiid seven For compensation to the Filth Auditor of nundt(1 and t-.venty-seven, six hundred dol Alabama one thousand five hundred for dcfreyiIg the expense of pros eu. .

1.u.H1.cI! and fif'j 'liars.l I the Treasury, two thmtiand two hundred !lars.For. dollars.! tiuiis for oTfnces! commitleil .-. :ainst the i
rot Rios 10 the Vice Presulnlof and fifty doll.us. of said Office one the Clerks in the '
roinpoiis contingent etpenees For compensation to Uns;,-l I 3ate and f.ir the sat k .'; 'I of't
i'jo U.iiic-1 S'alIhrt'! th.ins.uid seven I F':)r compensation !o the Clerk in tlic thun-iand nine hundred and fifty dollars. office dl said Surveyor, one thousand one ,"...-'.. "'if hvi idfed and twv v:. -uoa? *
handled an1 1 fifty dllu o(lice of the Fifth Audit'per' act of twentieth For compensation to tin Clerks s in Iheoffiirof hundred aad twenty five dollars. ,-.(. i :1'u drcd doll-trs. I

l\ir C-MI.I..'t'.jsatioii tithe Secretary of ) of Apul; one thousand eight hundred the !*Eufineer.per!. art of(went For compensation to the Surveyor in J'v ic .asary otht Marv.u; or" the
:are, At-i.; :J'I anil llf liuudiod dollar, and eighteen! seven ih?tisia.J eight; hun \ sixth of May,one 'hollsan.ll'igh t hUI,1I ell Florida, one thousand five hundred .iol- Noitht-rn ih-lnct ot tae State .' A.ab-v-;
Fo- ci.:n.n: for art eighteen huuurto i "Id' I
lars ma tliey.
Department of S'rti", p!r act of tiventieiliAriril For coinpi'ii'ati-iti to tin Clerk in sanlolTire. and twelve: dollars and filly cents ; anti one the Clerks in th- l!
to four nd
mindred anti
one thousand eight hundred and per art of twnty sixth of( May one Clerk! : per act of !second of March one For compensation twenty eigncen i ;
office of said Surveyor, one thousand five twet>t five, three hundred doll..r;.
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nine hundred
cigtitven." eleven t1ou..all.l thousand eight hundred and twenty lour. thousand rig ht hundied and twenty seven,
hundred dolUrs. For the ayme'nt ol suriry: .:
and tv.e.ty five doll.ir two thousand seven huntiied and seventy six hundred Uollaio. (pension i
For c'nmti'lai.'III"' to the Clerks! in sai:! five dlals: ; 8d.l also aildiiional' l salary' For contingent '-spouses of said office( For extra Clerk hire in the office of theSurrevor .granted by -.1- late and ,present Govern ;

Department net of second of March of one Clerk, per! act of second of M'ireli lucluding two hun
our .li.ms.ind'-i ht hundred \nd iwer.ty ge.vrn one thim-jHH; cit t hii'iilre.l and lwettv. for arrearages of foiiuer ears, one thousand dollars. dollar", and hry cents I
three iLou.and turee hundred dol- <;V'II.'III( hundred and fifty dollars.! dollars. For extra Clerk hire in the office of th. For the support; and maintenance of J\\i

1615. For compensation to the Mes-'sctiipr III For rompenfatioti to the Clerks in the Arlantwo light houses, Hosting lights, beacons, '
For compensation t.> the Macliini in said! osier, in full ot nil allowance.-, five Jitinunce Ulfice. per act oftwentk-th of : buoys, and slakeages, including purcli4.e -
hf Patent Uffici-. p -r not of twenty sixth of hnndri-d an 1 twenty five dollars. \ .one ll.oujiand! eight hundred and fighin For copying the township plats' and (i.t'oil, keepers' salaries, .repairs1
y lay, one th ms"r.d right hundred and For compensation to the Treasurer 01, two !hnus tad two hundied and twelve field notes in the office of the Commissioner ;'"11 inipro'iiiJents, and contingent expenses .
twenty four, five hu lid f-I) and ttve.ity five the United States, two thousand two !'iui.drtdand .loilar and fifty cents. of the gl'neraLalli' Otfi e, of the one hundred and thirty four thou
lol.trs! ; and for one ClerU one thousand fifty dollars. F.>r i'.i.igent expenses of said office, six surveys in the State of Alabama the onK'maU .s-ir.d tour hundred and seventy three do* .J)
ttr.llars. For r..i.p II'laIlIlU to 1'ie.! Clerk iu the nn.iJ red doil.irs having been destroyed t by tire in tart \

F ,r pr'curinct"t's ami fixtures, &.C.. office ofthe Treasurer: ofthe United State-. fur compensation to the Clerk in the the office of the Surveyor, four thousaud For buoys to be placed! on proper'

fur ih. mode 5 in the Patent O.5ce, three per act of the twentieth of April, one thou .)ffic*" of tie Surgeon Gene-, per .act.f dull irs.I site on the north and s;uril* siaesf.of Near i
ihniiK-iiid dollar i.aud eight hundred ami ei "l-tccn. three \ twenty xitth of May, one thousand eight I For compensation to the Cominissioner Inlet near Federal 1 Point in North Cxav-
Foi compensation to IhtI '* eiocr: < in thousand nine hundied on,1 ti! ity seven hundred and twenty flurs eight hundredand : of the Publh Buildings in Washington iota, one hundred and sixty dollars

the D"r lrlln'lIt of Stele, including! the dollais and fifty cents. sixty two dollars and fifty ceni. I City, one thousand five hundred dollar For placing eleven buys on proper
11Pss''nger in the Patent Oflice, in full of 1 i'r ctipfnsHlion to the Clerk in said I For contingent expenses of said office, For compensation to.the OtScers and sites At the entrant ot life Mississippi
i.il dltowauces, one thousand and eighty office, per art of twenty sixth of May, oil two hundred and forty five doUa IS. thousand
Clerk of the Mint seven two river, in J.ul1hi.Ula being the balance of
seven dollar and fifty cellr'. thousand eight hundred and twenty four, For compensation to the Clerks in the
for
hundred dollars. a former appropriation that object
For statements of five hundred dollars titfi of the Quartermaster General
rlp nu'sClfproclI..ing >:e one
For compensation to the persons employed carried to the surplus runt on the thirty '
tines Bud foifeituien, under resoiuMun of For compensation to th{. Mejien er in : thousand iixr.undredliudrwd.edu"Ultlnd!
in the different operations of the I first of December last, three hundred and
thirt''enth January, one tli-m'and eiijl.t: said office in rull of a'l' allowances five i fiftj' cenis.For 1
thousand hundred and ; fi\e dnl lars and
eight thi.-'y forts cents.
linndreJ and twenty five, seven thousand hundred and twenty five dollars. i contingent expenses of said office Mint, seven ,
itluee
dollars. For compensation to the Roister of th* f.-i.-r hundred and seventy dollars and fifty twenty five dollars. For the rer.airot ( rovill town harbor,

For ;i'i' i.t."tltl l and contingent expenses Trea nry, two thousand two hundred and Ct.iiS. Fur incidental and contingent expensesand thuuv-nd tive nundrrti uoilars, being ,
of tae 1)...ailnn'i>t of Slate including the Pity dollais. II For compensation lo the Secretary of the repairs ; :ost ol juchinery ;. fur allow- a former appropriation for that ob- l

rT'.rncrs( ol p' iiiiin! .; and distributing the For compensation to Clerks in the of5c' I I Navy, fur thousand five hundred dollars. ance for wastage in gold and silver coin. jecl carried to i.e Mirjtin.hind on the ; I

JAW. fur e\ua rop,inc of papers, sixteen of liie Register ofthe Treasury, per act o: I i "'(.r e<,mprnsaion to the Clerks in the age of the Mint, seven thousand six hundred twentieth of May, one thousand eight !
thousand one nuiutredand twenty live dot iwemieth of April eighteen hundred and office of the Secretary: of the Navy, per act and forty dollars. hundred and twenty eight. 1R
bu eighteen, sixteen thousand seven huitdred till 1 twentieth of April' one thousand eight For extending the Mint establishment. For erecting a be .t.un near the mouhot ,
For compensation to the Secretary of and sixty two dollars and fifty cents ; at.- ii..ndied and eighteen, five thousand seven and increasing its efficiencj and security, 1 Base river b,'v.v*. ju tut- towns of x.ir.I -
theTeisuryfuur thousand five hundred also for additional salary of fun- Clerks, lundred d.!1ars. by purchasing the necessary lot or lots of moulii and Dcottis' uric U.ousand dollars. i

dieliti II. per act of second of March, eighteen hun- For compensation to the Clerk in said ground and erecting thereon suitable I being a lor'ni-r r /p.-.junauo'i tor that ob

!"01 rompeusatjon to the Clerks in the dred and twenty seven, six hundred dolle.is. office, per act of twenty sixth of May one buildings, by the Director thereof, according ject"htCil will ticarritd to the surplus )
office of tne Secretary .f the Treasury, per thousand eight hundred and twenty four to plan to be first approved by the fund in M.I'( h. one thousand eight hundred
net: qf tvventifth of April, one thousandnrht For compensation to the Messengers in seven hundied and fifty dollars ; and also, President of the United States, and procuring and! t-cmy nine
hundred a.id eightecnseven thousand said office, including the allowance 01! me Clerk! per act of second of March, one such additional machinery as may F-jr surveying the public lands of the
o.'lil hnndied dollarsForeompensAtion stamping Chips' regicl nin full of all allowances thousand eight hundred and tweuty seven, be requisite, one hundred and twenty U.tiled Stairs, I'l addition to tinM'>"Xpcnded }
to one Clerk in said eight. hundred aud sixty two dollars seen hundied and fifty dollars. thousand' dollars ; not to exceed, in the balance of t.M'iy tuoai thiindied :\ .

office, per act of twenty sixth of May, 'tilt and fifty cents. For compensation to the Messengers in whole, the sum hereby appropri tl.d. and thirty eight -.dQi i ai-.i 'ur-

thnusandeight huodicd. and twenty lour. Fur compensation to the Commissioner I Std office, in full of all allowances, seven For compensation to the Governor, ty nine cents, seventy tire litou: ,...; ., \tI t-
and also! for one Clerk, per act of ec ul\df n/ the General Land Olliue' two thousandtwo hundred and eighty seven dollars and fifty and Secretary of the Micligun I lars, \"
ihounand hundred and hundred and fifty dollars. Judges,
March on? eight t cent five thousand hundredand For Slu''eyinprinte land claims iuFlorida
eight
twfiity 't"\'en. nin-teen .hundred and For compensation to the Clerks in the I Fur thecosliii tettArs.
twelve doU.irk. ?nd fifiy rnt:. General Land OiEcc. per act ot second ot two thousand two hundred and fifty dol- fifty For ltll.li'nary ..nd books for tile olfiscs "
For compciifktton to the 1\tt'ssPlIgp.ts in Match, eighteen hundred and twenty-se lars. For contingent expenses of the Michigan o; ComniiMiuuers: of Loann, twelve bun 1ft
said: office in full of all alfo"'auces, seven Yen, fourteen thousand 'five hundred and For compensation to the Commissioner Territory, two hundred and sixty twu drcd dollars. -

hundred end eighty seven dollar and fifty eigi.ly.seven dollats and fifty cents ofthe Navy Board. 'even thousand eight dollars and fifty ants File flee datai of the keepers of pub :
cents. For compensation to the Messenger in hundred and seventy five dollars.
and mileage to the he arJuves.-.n Florida, seven tiundreaaad
For compensation to o.ie additional iaid office, in full of all allowances, even Fur compensation the Secretary of the Fur compensation .
r.U-rkon Revolutioniry claim, employedn tiundred and eightv-seven dollars and fiftv Commissioners of the Navy Board; one Members ,uf the Legislative Council, pay fifty dollars.
officers of the Council fuel stationary For .ttc. of balances du 'v'
the Keventeenth of the payment to
said o ir.. from of'Mhy cents. thousand five hundred dollars.
to the thirty first .f D"cunher, (Nee tbou- For compensation to the Secretary of the For Compensation to the Clerk in the 'printing of the laws and journals, officer of the old inteinal revenuetd
vndipht hundied and twenty eight and Coiuniissioneis ofthe Sinking Fund. one office of the Commissioners of the Navy including the sum of sixteen hundred and tact tax, bciugthe balance o r u turu.erappropruti'j

(oi \earonetliouiiand eight hundred { hundred a-j.l ('i;h'-stYeD. detlars cud' fifty Board, per act of twentieth.of April, one thirty five dollars for arrearages, seven f.>r that oofec', irnea to 'r .
and twenty nine, at' the rate of fourteen I t cents. thomaud eight hundred and eighteen ur 1 thouwmd eight htutilrrdihd fifty dollar test our f+ ui tqBd on the thirty brat of Ut

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httmlwl wvT the principal enough to taste the iirncno slronger. I tit Inhabitants of lhTi-tusi.iin:; which, willtf t I"I fof' IrtNH" t' atft t:1 '.![.
:iber, or.a "ouw 1d ctght population; } I thtt lonth-arhe WfbliTilIe is sitii.Mrd acil i ie. wo believellic : ( ., :, name*, m.fI,., ,'milh.t inIhe i I
tUaiwaml rtncnandretlkua I t- Gm-a B.I.I II H poilion.it W'i: < tormentedviih '
twenty s( von. five pan .1 fist! 1"1' to' .u ids filing I'.ie perniHiientSen f"It'.mg Hit, to hand(them: lo us fur tH.b. j jI
fiVtrcn; du la.(1 ,1fhty.ttnt4. z' tin: Country :u" "Ia of die Ouisconsni.ind foi some weeks: Jill 1 used this mixture tlf J nit.* toi Jnrkson ('tuuiy ..t that I inttioa. "

For tie\ salaries 1 ol Kegiiten *it lrcctrer FUAWUS' and :between Lake: but liuve never: had it since.' A pbre.VW'ibii'lf: i is plin anily siluairur.i: the I I I .I

.F ).:nd OlfiCeo where there an'no Alij.si) > is friend to thom J 'recommended it, b"soin'of H'feiiile lJi..lr c'. u mut I h.:< l 1I v ,:oni- I
dollars. Michi: ;u.i: .tlI I II i lie >o )iVl'i. gesitially l'eg \ t3'tirss.ft .
thousand ; ,
siles, one sviifeierhQs been moil r 'n For Uonnce n> the.w "JCI'ii.. colnpo ed of good mJ1l11J..t} lam), \ and who was a great l bI!e lM,iiie c. flue piobaliiliiy ul ill l bc.'iniiu :!, clion /-'jtsi Mn nil a if of May.

)intunt COdl11 el. and UItricttur..v, nIer -I or valuable\ ) nnni-iais. i equally (intimate : she atiiibutcd h'.rs ( the permanent Sent flf .,n;'in' for MM : KJKSVLT. I

th< act sopptementaty to the several \ Such I is the lucreasn of numbers ) to fheuinatism. After a few weeks, I pjiiwins ami rcspectal1!'* C'lIIl1t.'og lhl'r''.

act providing lor the settlement of pri-1 I I I I land business, that on the Onistonsin'| .isked! her 'bowthel'tnc-waters'iccced-: with is; natural' atIv.'ntHgPs will ,donlttlns Es C'IUI/flu.IhiR, ,rhif..iaq'nE.2ii !G lIi"- '

I I THt, U"d claims: ii Florida, dated twenv I II aid she I havr ramflip l Itlis to sell for a old :" i-e. After >
land FL-VIT, 300 miles I north iif tie j! rd. 0 u. never: .
iltmnand eight hundred' I I the S'TihMi.or railier thu tn -
third of Mav one ; I' sincc.uI fjtinitei : I
and twenty eigiit, including c"ntin.c'lcie 'I s.,1t of government ofllimsMs, mid 1 1I I had the vlieumatisni ljnimn<; tight h ;, is prC;),, '1 lill I r.i't \vithroiveniem Import n t.from 1;ngtaud.Tll .

j, tit thovnmntl) dollars. 350 north of St. Louis, regular past' Hart. Jour. 1111 (CliO :nu! :nlilic equate*, rapid .
eij I ._ __.. ; pa-k f t >llii \V tu. l. .i-s. *:- I
I will :
For tlie discharge' o! such 0" .sedh.n? {-1; coaches, are now I uimuiii.t $. I .. _" : and permanent inipmvrm'-iil-t soon : l
I'\'tl at Xt..y York hut! itt
One hull'of the h )I. il!I he on 17th ;i.
hp exhibited. .a'I "
l h.- UIic.Slate nut ;
O1t. d.'b igiin-t New York Cvusitr. I r-Jr r ,
oth..r .wIse provided for. asjiill be 3'cer. t I G.4 &., T l' I : sold At the lime appointed : nd lie other iino j having left f !Liverpool on tie! I

. tamed and a lmitte'l *in tlU, c wre ot i.set- From ihs Ti t'1Il'JnJlhel'iclm.. -., --:. -- hiilf vill aw.lit ;.1 iiioic fI M'ial"le peiim!, 01pres S !a of t M noli. She isnu;lit tholii'jlily
I demand.We .
ten.Mit tit the Treasury twelve thousand I The anti-masons have sia.ii'd; i into: \ in cons-iHtnlate j the inhnhilnult that i iutiTfsuug i intelhgcnro ofthr;

dl.JItt'4.$ I \'iforulilH even in Michigan, andDelroii j T.\\n.slil;> on lie fat DIM hie piosport nf reas I H-'N jg.' of the Catholic! Km.mci- .
Lnidon
Shiqa Minister at -
For the "AI1":1't the tc"I'sbuI'1 xi- : I i his: rrcehtly h'/i-n th'j t w il\t re li7.ill am;,!tc funiU! for the oi.ist.int &tipt>nit piti-ui Hill, in ilio HouM of Commons i
V'fl'J, |IJ !
of ji respectable Acndemy a* the inr>:iev a- : :by ,i niajoiitf of lf S, I
aivl"salary a
nnd lotr.oia for o.tU( of a numerous; meeiing .1I1I report .
co. I
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ruing fioin the snip ol ihe lots as als> fiom
fora Mini-tr;., or salary ot a Charge d' Vf--.. and iTsolurons ag.tiusl the m isonic ), tie test of lh. IGili Section fit-long's to iheI A letter from New York ctif: --t !a

fturcs to tlir KHI of the Nellie: I rid-: ; I b dy. I If i I Ilw! &!xc:( 'mfnt is lo produce II I ;I literary fuutil,.:,r the support: of schools within tint the cotton mill ket on the 8th, !

I for the vilifies of the Charge dca AHU'uest razd.I. any good( eh\c; we have; no objection ; llie Township. No othei! !'.'tin -el apart: was; Id per Ib lower than at our last :
Sti/ckliolm, Denmark, Li'lou, I fur Mni'ilnr ot'i-rt; ui'l I piob.ihlv' piod'iceone
the Cr.if: .idvicetnd that the Bank of Kit-
it to
and 'eru for outfit of ar'narpe to as we Belong not ; I Ir ;
Bur..nolrt'I', (MII lli of tin* iiiimrv.wlit-li .iiay r.3''I.o -
d' s Affaires It Peru ; f>P the sal-' t, but il it h d'bipned condemn ail!. !i iI ala'y tx expected 'I"HU'thl' ]J6.ih I Section a; !land had: : rvfnsed to discouui Uio bills: :

hrs of Hie Secretaries of Legation ; and ot tint order Ivr-the I improper condm I t I I ===..--- = ,= \Vebville.: I If his viII ja. hC'lom..! the I of those enijciged in I till co: 11 I" 'd *. : ._
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for the contingent rxpeiwei. of all theMissions \ orafcw, we tluik it unjust. As well Ii'iiuh I .t' r-. .... .r \ .- Srat of Justice for the 01111\, nf whichfirre I From the Mpid) 1-k
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I abroad, htin-.red and five t'l : i .. .. __" remains no donht. smd ul 14- tnc !cili* \ '
one r 1 t:0 ) -it is ndercii ,!iablo
1. the wholj I'lrsbnerinn, Ephropil i rt qoiu i ;u ; :
: hundred and fi'edlI \ and 1111'flll.1"10 Ii i'
tho-isanJ eight seventy I -- fit a permanent \ WI'
!Un. : or any ther tliurcti oe rond i 1 UEti \J. ., .VV 12th, }9':9. am le fnnd, it will \I.p 17 rie
For discliarpnj ; the expense of takir.g ; -mned in folo or the niico d-i of! ___ __ __ I II ant b"o.no a he..ottfnl) (nun.FlorMt 1 >ed against t;lel1I,r gran.RIir.NO :

of the intubitaiVo nr' for the whole I Vtrife Sans /* I .- .
cur.U
the fifth enumeration a few of its mi-mim, as I
hundred fit- :: -- Hirn'.il -Or;; fii-nd H H. (.'I)1.iI,1I ]ir.1' I : AYRESf'x'"ir'
three nu ---
_ the United States masHnic fr.ltc'rniv to he proscribed
: Kric.Tlie i of St Atugui-iu1v. 11111 f'tll"," 11 a 1.11 :
I I' 'l'lic "h : trw I'J cnl'-
t)' th'joand dollar because o.their, number have: Ship f n,: 'in:: 'n tncity
some .
4 Improve his P.iper: -it i is now a large i ii': '
rrlr the r..lit"f A protection\ of distressed the abductorsof ; U. S. Hhip K'ie' DVMI TURVLR lift: ]., ila-eil h Jann.ry
American sc.tmcn ia foreign counfies, ': acted dishonestly. If Comma iih-t} ', the :uTi\'alof: vvSiich noticed ,HI haii'Uome( sheet, ant we hope that the \ p'orlun.iiioii h m is just j bu'tM'iiblisi. -

tlirteenholl":1nd! seven hundred and Morgm and ther advisers Crin be our latVa: ten weeks on the COt of Cuha, length of OilS e pro.; .>'l, jlfrl.-srincr, \-.\it auiii-N.: ihrjprovince
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dollars. found ilinmviihalt i ihe ncnal-; fiit'lovi'd ct ,ieflin jiiviiHjcouvoj (roin f.naim poi lionablj' inri i"" i
fifty the punish ancfitan i!. Her !htt; mi-le'r the ri'imimnd : From the Florida llrratd. of Sai't i Ff-the :ii'ih<;rit< i

--i _J For expenses of iotrrcnurse thoimand dnlUrs.Fo with' ;ties of the( laws ttMtihey hare viol'i- : of Lieut. 1'TS A 1.1., were empl >yei1 for; upw.ir.'a; : !! The Herald -This week wpprejmtonr.puper I have ,11!! y nafl 'i {p thf livfr. n- "wn
.i Barbery t'"r ten ted If lie w-i inuro'red by any I)11C0 cf tlnce weeks i>i srouiiu tl.e:. keyj ami ron.-t, '
the aarie 01 the A.enis o' ("l.M Lms the inird'-'rur. But it and alrhot! ii 'hey wen l1tbflC4I witli.ir/v ot i ,. on a new lype( ,& .1 fl enlarged I Ii still rena'us Jovrrnor : lie : disch -

t I.op.don LOll paris three thousand d'JI detect and hau t'." !11t' men oflli"; .Sliip, \fl t it did not |!ie\ent i i form; & we hoii" hy his to mrinrfll 'rLT'"lG4 oiTirers -when, thev '. H!>;l '
'is not eonslst 'lIt with ji istice to confound her -tiiizin .IIi" CIP' Aiituno.: Her hoatp- ,
hr'. ? ; $ I son-e real comneiul.itions' fi m !upon I i'li fir ih.-ir pay; h" or-Ien-il!
of two Agents ihr iiinorent *iih h! giiltyanJ tUIf.IIWII pil.I'I"II"IihIlt: l l tintortuiiatel I)' the I
1: f'or.the coTipcnsalinn men >'? :tt.; into iue; \\III n<|v.Tii" I pllhli I e. Th,' eXtWlht-'S of a prillling i th<' Corporal ofihe inard to show
the act of the serendr thousands of g'M nvn -
t appnntcd under to make i paru l B-ritc f Film! n.th and! Crie under
the
i> establishment; ill'O roiisidi-riM' ;iinlthoso i them out of the Fort !
".! t'dt- .\ciity el gtuiZiii" trTe"iVsntYk'flt fli. ; .-. ,. .... :nfnnv and he punishment the '"11I'1'1"11'" LICIII. It H.!'! VooRithKs.in.eN- I
wbirh ha incurred will I !v. Y Cm '; .
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>Uv, one t'-ioiibHiid: .dgut hirnlre I and due to the bad nj\v 11rxciiemoiit .;. a stl jet M arcli of .i:1! the key* and cowl, fion
_i. I I \;al':11"1"| : .tp ii.. --..;? (J.IU115 y.x| \ '. ....1 .-.,...<. fr..n nndi
twenty eight, to 'he th rly first of D-- ; : therefore, must >-i he end, I :tsII"I''III..1 siti flC'lnnl": tii.it; tliem >\>tw ..". r"qlJlrp friend: Afa.'r .11:0 of .

_ _- refiijer, one thousand eight Itumlred aul overre.ich its oject! and l ate having. plr.lli'al cnlJ."b'HI :!ie'iaiitofCiilia.. Lif.it.na.c i from nnr a period I, F'0in the norl'lf.rJl

J twe'iiy nine, including the contingent expenses i run i its hoit and I rapid) race, will I dii' 0 !!t! iCi : a pu.s MILT nfiinc in:in; uud'rveiv : tuir; seven years, u C' :-re tonvincfdthat I I 7'l lf. Land Claims.Cn\ \Vitohas :
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.idcntal to tile agency, twenty xiispieiniH C'CI IIIlMi.O'I I he Wilt l.ikeu, I a nn\\.jJcil'c'r rin be respec'ablv; benh inied r(;I"Itr'Jly. vriihhavinij
with the i'iH that caHill it mt I i I
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ten pis> lj t.c; Kalmouth, to IIi\n.l. .
th .uand hundred and dollars
eight supported; here ; and 's'( art' as well: ensiled as counsel in "ehalfof:

2nr1 f.irty fuur cents.comp'nsatioi. ; lit?. Arrival of the !4 llmaut1. persn-ided I, t I wt it is f for t h.interest! of 1.1 I I the (IJniu Sinies; : against the interests
I'or to the Marshals! of : ,
l'sfr\\cficc\\ Fire tit Ncio Ynrlc.Lifwetle -- all tftnt it 11'lllrI t.. of those of h s Constituents who !hu'cI
I II IV' ;
tie; Stat--3 of Ouiu Indi ina Illinois, Mil. The U. :. ' Film.iiitli! CI1IiJV.. I
sounl: bauu, Mi-JHissippi mi'l Loiiniiia.and Tilf' ThiMtiH, win m-uiy Momv: !r-"II'! ('cl/'lIalai: r, Iwanll! me J'cnI'ant I \ e have reason to ('oll'pltin' however I I I: unndjndicatpd (lands yet to set""I", inI

(if the IViTJtori: of Michgn, Ar. other bu'i. !lings, w is %tins t ;:..rung destroy :- :' ''I f (..IIIIIII'"II' CIUI.I.KS (i. KitJii..v;. I I'h iwortf :itti>!i!iui |JHlifMi < I:!I the courts of our Territory. Thu

k-i'is: and Florida, the sum (eight! him <'.l I by (ii in'. It com-uiMicd about of art Cub:1 iv"d ,at'II tti's1 To'I Port' *\!\}, lr l last,ni the a trlln.l'OIl illi .\1 iy I i.i in.c>t.inl.i.is; pid to tiR| politics( of ihetliin dtv, charge; he has repeatedly dense1 ianiosi

dred and titty dollars ; for rnkin< return :3 oVIock in a bakei in tit rear of II.. intiing 1I1f''I'ai atiol sl.I\itantial il.tl'rpsts thp .
) Im.up li.\'I'I. "P" t''Ii' p..ipt; (It ; to ; ; ; explicit terms, and nas x-

to of the non-freeholders Department of in State ther of the reapwctiveStatcs number lie block, bounded on the east by *iiep I hal the( Pirates hi'i our..a.im rommeixe.roin'iieiir'iltlirirdepreilalniH Tlie of the ronnrry- thf LANDED I.VTKRHST I,:.i plained; in a ininner tint sio':l'l !h6

Lauren slrt'cton the west by Thompson "INII that interest) wh.ch; mi will : sntisfuctory to honorable niiiiJ
and Terrilrries according to the Falmoiitlii.ii'Hfor; '! 1 !; HnvHiiH.H'\' mig inere iw.ule ; oug'it < every ,

resolution: of Ihe Sen ite, passed! the ,. street, on the north by Giaul: such di' )"-"""'. "I' 'Ik! <' 1)1' C' wlnrh li.id neenprei \It t'vail.; i: \'o'rv man who! IMS a iionseaivl how fir he '.vas and Iris b.'.. I'iigtz'ti

twenty fifth of April eighteen hundred Siicel, fa on the south by C-in.l S1fe( '.. 0 suited''>u-lv to'aff' dfJP'iteli-d.,rda I q ..i"II")i I"1 lIe coa prittertioa"t ;asseemeil! to III'uur>i ; l lot or a tract or tr,cts of land, is a' for or ngiinst the Unitt.dI: ..

and twenty eijfht. ', In a !h irt period, the tl wuseacheJ \:0111111"1"1.' in 0'- n:,". "'ih I irhuxl of .Maiarir..sll.uaii jjieajJy' "lienrfitted hv every m(:.isure I I \V t .nro now : :iio, nuthori/.j-.l( I toi

Sec. 2. Jlttdbe it further etincttfl, That the Till alre, and the whole ,thy WHS aIl! 1 'i, llit IVriiMiuh (.4l neal-i} I o that is calculated) 'td enhance tiicir! i state that! Col. \Vhiff> was nut f'i! t-
the sum of three thousand cme hundred tie die off Cape A ') III-I
and sixteen dollars ami nineteen cents be Si) completely! illuMimaied: that a !The iinction"uiorniii) j j.lloej at''r the aim'ali III| tlie ninoiilli value ; as is se'.f! eviderfl from the : lH'il! HS i-sistrnt cr *iis'l for th'' purpose -

appropriated to P-.Y certain inhabitants of ncr.'saijicr: could have been read in linn |M>i-it! the lioits of tiL: Mru: r''turnflti\ \- fart, that since I liP c'e'.:l\ioll of our : of-fi.raiin! inMIV court of thoi

the late province of West Florida, no* the lower part of Hio.i.hvuV This rrew in'! C3pl1lrt.llwII into! :1 1 I.<' interior I'iiatic.ii, and: l I.in>.i1s II1f'"IIIII i\i dr \1I!{ "I fu!the*;: )piUV I tin moils, our properly IMS advanced j tJ llil.A I St rrs n ainst any rl..ini ;o

citizen of Lo. .it.u or %Mississippi; the ho ii.ft extended from ens to in v.dnr .Mid lands I d Ijirh be '
iig & st'ned.r.; ; :an at tn.-i' *-xjieditioii conMsiin; ot !Jour Mpidly ourhIiVI *r! x* ni'iv urjj"tl bv :'uv of
claim. that live bi-cn ]ra&sed l h y the :aocoun'uig and in lrInn:! IJ. ;. .!,'d an *..'. cotjer-'f inenisjnl for '.
Thompson street, twohuuis larje ;:"" > ; hecome 'Itint s to !he sou-jht for ) his r con. f'rll.'lrHlI uas rf.'ql.lir < to
officers ot the Trs-asury Depan-: tii- ofconrin! ; tlu! ,> wcji kin>vvn ii-in entlhi
wasiuduccd lo a hrrap .)1 f mins purpose. .' remiiieil at increased: prices.Our I do '.vb-it ,.i1!l hi- found to l to' fq"-'ly
: !
of '
rneu', under the act the tiiteeiitli! of i'ii iJeA'tlt'i'i: u 'iHexjiediiion
April one thmsan cihiugIrapiiiiiy ili--iM-t'y on\! ill tliTaptiiu: otone 'iii; Ciuus (r r- gMMt olij-'rt! in pursuing our 1 as beueficinl I, and petlr-ips; more f t.I'P e-

four'ee. i to the builiitngs atnind it. -.")11" ll', II I" *i il.T l tar.; /It'\'rcI1Iolh'* .lUllluli- :I'caliollst.m ho to advance: tlw f\f\\ ii.!! to thorn, ilvni it will be fum-d toth" -
ti, H i '" lsal' / t'irou! into ,
>fnt iv in 1 nt prl..aui.iht
S.c. :tt. And be further ennctcu, "!Iat.: I 1'lie. TliH.itri, is (1.II i ) have cost 1 -ieiJ i '\ :1" n-l'-on. >f> t.!"\.,- that it illlu\e: interests and inieili! :puc** of tMe Terriorv ; ( '!VI'flfliPIut.: [itt w.u requested

in udilitmii; to the htrn of foui lupulrfdnnd \ M Sandl'oni iln 'elTeet eln- kin,_ tin, allied. %liicn I
; $10.,000t) as 1:1 periis'uient III t As of our common CO'1I111'\-lIl1r bvtht* President' to mik a coller Ion ,
MVv five thoud'ind: nine hundred and I they hi.i .. h.- *'.i aI'! :.1 in ike u.tit; so iiinclit- ,
value: (if a timer) i is \vii-tt it I t, ill bring iniho h-xn tins .WI1 as .verv. Ul1H', beinj .u1J1rdinlutu ; : of nil th j l l"w .lid ordnan-"s: of the .
iiiney fi act ot' Hie'sixth of.int3.tiv, eijfiitcei b.indrfd : "I m.iikf; i it i iMigtit not to l Ib<- cstun-i the I !:UI.1.11! f I1f..;.y w1llcil cmil'l llirowniie t II". ,'nt ralIIII. I his Ut1wccs. ; S:insh: Onvr rnllin: n haiti)0) I lo.IHids I'
.
Hinl tw'f! ly nine, enl,tfd! "An art atcd oviii: i 30,000. It w.is murl'; .I- !| liinrhe! I ..IIH..II.III!: men into theire..',), sary I for us I to I unke any UHWitionv (A '(idrI I ii a'a" IlJ'Vill'JT done til'1 i. his dq-!
I huhii p'.ire' :* u ill nut h".' 1i.-i in be fn'a\.I. 1 1a .
maki'i' { uppropiutions tor the support ot I red to 1IcIII'Ynlh* I Lsq. ami no in- ; few ih-'iiS[ I'nze.l\ wietciti, ..Tin1 I -i.iu.i.i; I.! >. P with I i t.-spuct to j pohiiral t 'et.t Iltilli tf'o: ro.istl.: ft is hpli"vPl1 ihit. he? Ij'

Go\' r.'nt'nl for tit first quirtor' Ilf tinjT ] sur.ituo could be elibclrd on i I it.' Ls- r.ilnrnuli .11 l ( 'ap" Antoni" if & .i\\ tll'C'lIpi.III I ) I I or <-iiu'\ioiM.) GUI a oieod K-ouitsjouviKV h is :irtfj i with fi 1 Jiitv in I ihi ; ; .;<; .e {
:.r rriiteeii: ; ClII'lItl't.cl2I1ttWCllt} nine," ; tif! 5har.\: ni.der tiif coin / llIl.|. l all"1 \'., 11-1 j T.
o-itimi: the loss of dr.- Tnraiat ; OUR v/Hiii.: KOUNTRVui.i find I It" is peifct"ly willujtT ph! ito .'
and r wh will keep hi.but I r'Jiitiun.ii\; !
fur ct.inneii-rt'ion tu enoit.u Minbers : h< cf >.j.! i( "
'jt f the Il'iuse of lfjrentati\es; I $U.OOi;, the L'titiiti! loss of prnpellJ :I'( out, tml u,.eMH'i" otlnTine.iii* tom :ne d.-i'-en" >..i.ei.l I h""tht.: lay wish) (for the attain i his ropti'-tiion pUll ii It5, !!ri: (:jfuth..

Ihcir \) IU.>M mvl Clerks. fiJi' the ciutingtnt may lc; set down at 73UUU. I I'ew I I capture "I I''"' I'ir.ite"inre; :i.n-.i. e* m.i;: ,IIII'll'I t f parIH.'U.lr; ol)_j -cts and meas-i!I fill r'phlinn!! of nil of tho e rjlewhirh :,
.. TIll ralnioutli: rentrneil i > "' ',
( :iin
exj-n.jffs: nf both tlovs-s in Con- York Clllnm.crcittl. I I .sm without! hating .tiI"\\ d lieu*e.f any lintiicr(.'.',- nirs '.fie m-jority; mint I'll I P" If t we!I I refi'm-d !n tlip tr'.nsfcr of !-imls- !

jpt"sihcre !jf, Hinl It"I'l"h.\. npprupri.i- roinp.iiii.Tii to the !I setKiii of the, flIt'!4t active cit, |at'>\ IIMII th,m w: lao\\/t.lwr IIIre!; tiei iwd ,utu\ ('onsidl.'r.111011 i;i from the !Jlovnl ilomain.! .
ted, tir the object*. afnr<,kuul I, the sun: ot The ftiIJowin just II.'CU\. tor t'.ie purpuse of w.ile.in:: .U 'i.tt.I ,- I
.
fihi (mviMd 'Sollats, ad the sutd sums, :Icisotiic I mist jtuti> i, i is conlaiiifi in aiej-U 1 I \\inleoffCape Auto,.: ;, jsp'ik(; >.*' "I'al! with i 1, the peitlir I \ve I hop-j t: to receive !!i' Tin1 foilowins ariclt'! from tiif !:Nexvork t

; the said of Ge,). U'ablin.glou lo tin addiess ol a.Muster I I 1f12Ii"h: MCIcimul f-hiji-i i'iect fioin, J"ii; ic.t, our I't"vu.t..IaVf'n.H 1; t yeueiited : \ Knquirfr :n IcJilin? Aduiir.is-:
re if wtivelynay be applied to
; of. Lodge in Newport, II. 1. j I iittkiieM' liulinil of i'n ,111',1 l lRciiooiier
obicct ii auv part of the ve.ir eighteenbundled.ind ottiii: c.ijitliic: 'a ;auv thin',', we will endeavor ,. :1 .1iitn p.ipnr; in lh' S'nte of New
Bi'iug persuaded that .1 }1St application : In imt. ail ;iii"ir iJri:s uf \\ dr, -\.> ''-
twenty nine, HS lie putilic t whicls pOIIe'J iii our Ni-w>P.IIJI I.Snpriir ". to merit S4)un! >ihnu$):: for the lime to ;, Y-tl h, will en-.hie; our readers to judge

service shaH n-q'iirc any llin( in s idUCt of the principles on come. 'Villlnt then, our friends, >I more fivorahlv. of ihr ir );iorr 'q.'U m"il"
lo the contrary tiotivitii4lin JWl'illl'
I :
lend ussoim"'tiicient aid, and '.vo'k in u-liich! Ce!l. ri-tsbeynrnjr.tiifHn .
feec. 4. Jlr.d be further cnncteil, rhat.. must be promotive of privaf virtue U'e st Florida !If II II. H. 'I I. nHicKL..r.iD it t'llIlpV-1
the several sums ere )\ a 1'IH'u"I'ltLte.l." I shall alw.iys; .Ju4I4e, held its :M ivTenn .liirin the la-l week.ful or to cx'.rnd the rircuLtioii our : ? behalf IIf t!I" i.. mratnt -. t
and public prosperity, htlle hiHnie, watliroii hcf-re the lint lest and of consti- !
; iit his *
hall be paid out 01 nnf muity: in the }}>iir.] .my niiy suppose we 11
advmce the interests ol Tli'- (iiand! ; of
be to Courl fniwd liilld
Jury
happy I HIX
-
Treasu.v .ot ni! 'rwise upproonitetl.ANDhKW for are gui iltn t pursue a I hike\\rut course, Florida-Private,! ( I ,i-is*
and be considered by n.lictini'iit : viz. one against acoiord! l b..v,
KVENSO.V, lie socitf.y; to IEI:1 iiiij couiilcif.-it coin : two against Negroes'or we will stale, tint in oar: Editorial dnpaitment AMUMII! the dorunr'nts pr ..fnr..Ito

Speaker of the II us- of U-'pre,if-tives.: them as a deserving brotner. ; letil Lu'I1lIllhn'I'; f,, tiitiin cases we shall: I I reserve lo I ourselves Concn'ss during the prpsc -..ision. -
JltlC.. CALI10UN, C. Chronicle ol I Assault and t ll.tll'ry : an-i made: tin lolluwing;
Vice President of the Ui.ued States, and The Washiiigson: ((0. ) I the right of expressing our' own opinions there is non of gre-itpr iiinortanrf -

l'u>llltlIot the S lIale. st.itca the fa: *.t, in it yciyl.telvtliere I I'lL EE.VT\ J1 :..:\ff1T. fairly and candidlv, and leave I I ; in itself( nor more likflv In ho

Approved 2d, Marcii. t 29.JOI1M -veie four% hundred and fifty applicants The Grand Jury, in ciosiiug their the people to ,form such judgment .I foMnt! u.selul by > hu-2e portion of <>ur ,

-__ -: -QUINVU. -- ) \ \!-'. for tho situation of Lieutenant labors, (tOg leave lo roiigratulaU the from them, or independently) of them, c'ui7/s, than A -n-l.-tted COIIM.-f-c; I

ol Marines.A Court nnd the of the as I they *hali I I t think proper. In i the I collection of all the Sp-m'-h and
People
,
county
i_. _. -_ -\ l -C-_--\j \j.\_ s'\. __ law has passed the Legislature on the paucity of crimes which call I pending election for Delegate to Congress French otdinancfs, laws; nnd 'eu-

S4 The tfurtiit T : tlie-- NewYork, prohibiting thw holding of for the 'immediate intervention* of the 'Vt: will respect the ritjhis of i Intions: i S'c. ;ifr-cting land titles in !

U.. lt. uoir AuiencMii"ritJry.-From.itier several masquerades in the city of .New-York laws. Th oflT-nces which htve each candidate, and so far .;s is consistent I FloriJ' and other: Tprritorip, (now

iiiti-HN. wug or in the village of Brooklyn. under come to our knowledge are few in with the duties of a FREE PRESS I part of the Uni'i-o! Sfatos!; her tuforc
partinil respecting
tli- contl'mpltltt.I ing IVrritoiy of Hu the penalty of one thousand, dollars. number, ;and slight in their nature. our columns) shall be open for tlwi.I belonging to Spain and Francr," rferrecl :'-

I useitil; though we deem the claims to in tub' resident.? Ale.
Th' his been however s.igc
rOil. It is mat part of the North Western How to cure a Red Xnsc.-The re a re-
of Col. \VinrB entitled? of the 11 th of last and
rent ommion in which .as to a preference February ,
Territory, lying l llhW*.ell the following recipe U to cure M R.M| a public duty ,
his lends must not from heroin staled to have; been depositedin
J\l\ 'ssiSIi)1)i i i au.l Lake Michigan, and Nose,"* is given in a little work published in the opinion of thi Inq-iest, demands expect
I service that would be the ol"State.
not Department
us they
n<: t ot the s rue of Illinois, and which I II within these few days, and entitled the strongest expression of any

\f ;'i d tothe Teiii Oiy of Mich- i The Simplicity of Healthr- their disapprobation, iuasmnch as it willing to yield! to the opposing can The laborious task of compilingand -
didates. In all our elections let us trnnsKitin) the above collection!
is, the first oldie kind within Territory
the
ig e i Illinois tmviinu i Suie.' At : h Put a strip of linen, folded and -
act coolly deliberately and rationally has born performed Col. JoseihiM.
by
'
the and may become a dangerous ,
tb. f p .i, there won: few inli'ibitants 1 soaked in vinegar, on organ affected
business hand If immense White the
as having n on Delegate to Congress
establ.sh- .. bed and p..er.t'd..nt.Ve allude to the recent
ia h-; district. Upon the when going to theie
interest to ns and our posterity.List irom Florida who was appointed to
I refusal of ,
ra ol tin military posts at Green suffer it to rom lin till morning. or neglect sundry! persons, I -
the dutv bv the President the
By Pt.iiiie du Chien, and St. P eter' i IVe shall be happy to hear from any who hall been appointed Inspectors Candid ties -for the next Legislative upon

'.ui while pnvjit, ion begin ..toin of our red-nosed suhsciibcis, if such i ot f the Election for Delegate to Con I I Council. Sixteen Members to be eIcctert. suggestion! of ihe Attorney Generalof
; the United States and it was not
-.-. *e, .nd in 1823, it amounted to we have, that the experiment has grey within this County, to fulfil the !; ,
COUNTIES possible to have made a more judicious
1500. \\ nhiu tin' last three or four succeeded." duties of tlieir: appointment., The > .CANDIIMTKS.
I! Escambia, 2 Andrew p. Sunj-on, selection. Col. \Vhil 's intimate -
of franchise i is to' valuable be
right to
.r<, since the mineral resources of ,
ye
Thll editor of the Boston lVm.H.tscI! Hunt, acquaintance with the French
the have bees developed Daily lost to a whole Community bv the II Peter
country Alba.I .
and the 1lI11Jel'c111allli i nave: been leased Advertiser says, he has ueen a letter neglect or caprice ofa few individuals.The Walton andWashington. and Spanish languages I the knowledge -

<> Government the emigration from Fiance, which mentions that law of Elections should, in our } R:)bt'rt McKennon avq:u'red by him Spanish: titles .

thiiiier! y has been almost, unparalleled, Mr Sparks "as1I the 'hospitable! opinion, be so amended as to secure Jack on. 2 Thomas BaltzellFJohn$ to land I ia general, during the

mansion of General Lafayette wherehe the people --tgains! the of Knit, Chai IP* Hew- long period in which he exercised th e
a
recurrence
the has assumed
fUM cjuntiy a quite aril, and L M. Stone,
oiFice of Florida Commissioner for
had been detained in ,
: : y.amll1ing similar evil
Gadsden
a
different, Various estimates James Dunlap, S.
aspect. unpublished memoirs and documents T. Jones the examination and adjustment of
Jos. McBride
nude of the N. H. Allen -
Crt' picsent population, ,
kindly furnished to him by the General unit J. C. Love : Luid: Titles, his convenient access to

val)wg from tea to t'enty thousand in addition to hi* own fertile Fi ietu.ia.Pensacola Leon 2 Titomat Brawn J. \V. the documents Washington, relating -

SOI; ', thi$ } larger portion of whoman. 7th May, 1829. Mitchell, Thomas M. the added his
lecollHcliousof! the revolution from to same subject, to
ihe Ouisr.ou Bradford, Lemuel! B.
-ju Mississippi -O |
which he hats derived much useful profrssion.il talents, peculiarly fitted
R,.-. Fever rivers not far remote from JOHN S. GKEATgoubE Esq was on Mon. Sk.lggl. La'n h Wili| ,
-- information for elucidating the historyof dny last admitted and sworn ns an Attorney D.ivid B. Macomb, &. hi.n for th' employment we hope

., t-at-n othervh t. principal occupation the American war. Counsellor, *nd Proctor of ihe United Hugh L. Campbell that Congress, before its adjourn-

iti the digging of ore an'. the inanutacimhig Slates DililtiCI and Superior "Court of West JeffersonMadion! ) J. G. T '!'ie, and A- niHnt, made provision for the publication
; I : .,1'! ie chub Mniat.Jauie i of CuVfite'g! collection. T'''eAttorney
fiie War Office how that morn than about the size ofa walnut, into a -. HfUlJdwQ, !
1 Ilitll. I Grneral huvin* (as stlelt: ia
1)t14. *
twenty million pounds of lead hav quart bottle of water; with this rinse Webtoille
AUchua, J tafl President's Message,) exprosseiilh
been in dn the 1 t" within me hi.t two the tnomu two or thiee limes .1 day, By reference 10 our advertising; columns, 1! Nassau 1I that the work in

I or litres ,,*.irs, of tr'.ucjithe: ntht ru- and clean tho teeth, using this water it will be seen, that the lots in Iue Town of | SI. John's & ,. F. P. ratio; and F. JFtlio. oiiuion| question t
\Velbville! will be offered for sale the was "indispensable lo a just division
Si.ites I If on Musquito, 5 .
cti.ed I Ijf the Uitited) govern- every morning. It ta.to strong, I
27th of June next. This sale is in pursuance Monroe 1 Robert A. l.; and of those privale 1 land claims by vheCo'irt
t mont amauuti to 8O


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...J 1'}.. ''.',.1.tcVvcfk( is i'itiirtl! } ii to h\ oartstvi "'!,ir of tho PrftsMen! l h.v tlio nuM nit'just brr ofthc; ; Cnilnt'tot: w lidlir! :Ihriver- >,iirces5, I ( :-.ncol in justice omit (ho i I \lnu\fea i\iul Gates

.- 'irstropi .lujnjj the 'oUcriion! i' i'ninuations, it i i'i.ilot ;probable saily admitted1! i is the brightest: orna ;: Boatswain of the Erie and her gallant ; .

,.-.. t .. 1\: S. ) ;' )(" ', rlr>('rf'e r'u-' : jlr,t IIMvonM mention a cirCtlflqrrnr;% mentYes. --iltr General! hns mad? the : crr tvwho, gave: iheir indrfatigable at- H \VI' received, in addition tu tTkiffoTnirr 1

'i.'s ntrl: ins'.ruoti'MK) of tht Kin r iti which1! \!I 111 have formed su !poor a subject I a delicate one, by mosiindi.nveil .*- tentioii. both day and night until they : stock -

.\". :MUM--'* tl; :'pa'': in iclntioii; }.> fI'comn.'nr1Itt)1\ himself In the \' <' perhajM iinhittMMoni, cast i brought the vessel( in safety to the I t BRANDY

pM"i> .f Lf.nl in I Fluiid.i; ; ; and! } ilio2CJ i use of the expression '. no one will is: censure, niiher upoii Judge Ber- "/Vary Yard without: injury. This !i I !II WINE: ,

< u id i, .. :11 ortirr, <_fr
',>>;.:ir.s, &<'., flf tin1 (;.. eriiraiit of : f for Iririat scrricr, and tcnrthless his:' hI'i been fVoredVlIlt! the sight of fOnd l oi4* Caucus fteef. and but for the.

F Vilify Sjnin;; a'rf! tlir ITniteti St.itp, I' pr"1'rI,1ttH' ( ; fii. must no dovibt) j letter from Jude- Berrien, winch: i j I timely aJ ''sla"ce .rfTon'cd I Captain I' |I I Ij t Fulton arket Beef, (Superior -

,eli i il' tf> 1 nuN; In L<;nishim. \\ itiiV ] IUVP had allusion to some one, ;tncl! it I Ij I II forms a most extraordinary coatrist : Turner 1m ':st have been lost. Acts i:,! Quality,) .

,:1 *is***' 1"1' of this vdnnll'! <">JDtitlit { j j is fir: t to presump( tit II !i" Ins roatlp': ; with the round assertions of GPDO ral t[of this kind add lustre to our naval Goshen; Butter: Cheese I i '
Flmida H the lrpsife.il] : j I Call. Tne General _" 7 :' and I think 1s.1I ,
.*.' 'P.
;a11' I ,.....i.lna may r.ow look ul iti! aiir.'t absent persons, and \\Vhi hhn, : 'I to s.iy mphatica-'ty, aid P-- believe most otlu. 's do, lhat the Eriehas e

1"111'( :. .2'. :,' ::1 !':,t'f'11': (' ) i !f"'r tho wpll I-."U'\"II .Maun-inimitv: of sitiechthat the J'resi'Icnt did not been and always ill be among :i; (piTm & allow.randies, .
nnri ( ;t'lwrll! J ,lrJ,. : ht da tin: ir- /ir.T'W:ihat JJr lierricn C the Dates riirons t Raisins. \
; r "':11:1: of 1 H'ir itIic: \vr la, ni: ....: .t :il ttU"1I lp'll it, for \VKL'iO" J I..t'pi; rthlr injury. TIR: 'tjI r.'ssion, \.l for the claimants when he oplifl'gr.d \!I -- ----- -- O.V ro\XirXMEKT.

i;. .' n(' : of <>'jr Governilin I tririal sirvicr.s. I ('ui'r:: prcuii.ulvi /) hint Attornry Gc'ttriil of the J AIErfl; MYUENK.U.. ,J. I 12: dt.ze fnucv nut! Windsor !
lF.n.-11i i Petis.ic-n'' 'Je.t9yl.isi
tilh ha"iHllrl' i iinfiiiTiiiMiP, as it 'iiippntu' to; Ito ai-: United X'.nli's" In th" ;Inter al.-Jed: r. I I
: tltChl "' : : I
Chairs.J }
J1wut 11t Ctf rm | the 5th! If1.1: >' instant. !lib' t >e Ht \ ; .
..d..!:1 :i .. V (,,1"r, : .'..::.I t., ..."lrll.1 l iki* j I no-ir.crd: ', i in th!; S-MIII: .' pipfr, by II:!" to Judge Bouien rein-irks. In tliPHtcopaice i DAVID '1. PnK:'Tox ot" tliChurrli. 1'rsS.trsau) I I cu.1 i.-tsckido.

'1 h :s'I it:1l'f\'CII1""t! both ol FII.a >- 11,1. ;al; f fiifiid i ?1r. \Viltln! ::11 it t IIP ii i> ; : of my present' situation! I IiiiaouiiriM I I Mr THOMAS STEAKS tu ,.:ISS :;tc- i
t.\
;r: 1j; ;u'.l I L'niisi.m} I Tho work in '' h-'Pii rptainpd t bv the Lrnil:.'d Sut.. fj.i -> ; to the PreMileiit, that I j SAI 1I..s aT. I J do. riiildren's high do. ,

( IOM is :'mi it: nntttlier point, i |'\fvr in the :;:JstJ of Forces ; and niiiNt: r-s.'rve to myself the pri detic I In I'ensacolrt on l'hlCricldJ'1! tli. "rili 1.\ few (flo7. \ uvat' llf) Stocks, i
in .
pH'"t Hay mt. by JOSKPR K. l.:AltO lq\r ,; '> ,
aniI'rnr.rli tli: < is giwu with a cMiinfiin"i! ? : \ ot fnlfd'itit: : : .
Iv'insi ("ollt'('':''': of Sp.ni..h i my pre- cXistiu2 profession NE-SCIC 'I, ( 0T.V3 tO \h..m; j'SU'i'ihIbCdFHI lltr"t: fashion.I5 .
I
; 1'uvs, onlinnnoes; ifc;*.. hv iu- :j f ii j uirish. tint would! s'.T.n inten-U'd! \ :i'l dj i 112 i'"MMeiis: 8 .riuitg wnicli, I rnui i 1 ..yJ; .,11 ..t V I'; C't\ : .
,
'notjtv; of our G-HMrmnnf. I will I I contrast his capacity( t:> render sor'vi .IISM :i'ri !h! d.tlm'i fur Flonda lauJs." j i ..;:r ",: < xes Claret ffiue,

lH'el i lahh' IIP f"on..il"ipr"' i.i; ,i.val Cailxjoik of I ihis; from j I, Out J'U \ :cY1JH I 1)
: .-At I ; .li.t: !b:i ., ,j, ( Superior quality.
i.\ dk iiv th* S'!inr'in'! Cn-.irt of tlH'e I 1 Tin iiiijiroijriety! : of ohtaining pr'lI I! ;dI) (' .V-i p-"S'MMl kIU'\'it'd! [ >' -from1: I II ni'.Ri'. \I-j I CAIY! e ri : Hl I :
f :
!>i14'(1 i Stales, fur confirming! or roj j frs\ioi; d t'mpln.ownt !h.v sidiciiatio"!t 1 1I I i i. i.ri.a-'p' arq s'.int nice 'witn. til'j j I Ii }:Jt- A.., it MCM.I.ASurd I'.':., ? ut Vri. 4Jvtars 1:0,1 200, <] ') :-U\ p, \o. 1. S -

,'cliii"! ttI I P"-.,.. Y. Enquirer. I is !\') g'arinjj' tit it i snl i! po: fimOlll'Mll ::: ;b' .' i. ut !'its uf the Frosi-luit! t1s.. : g-'I. jIir .t(.ci '" .:. I:' .:r P'lri.g-1 I 21 I ;.ues of dry Malaga ,
'., .11 H |!i. ,'S b '. c'll? : '.- I ".\ af ? .. ;
rfidrn MlppiKP, } I.II llp.': -iMr !oitwj- It t ins de- ie 4. ? J i. .1 \ !?, ,, J I' ,
rfi1' !a Canal.-Ou:' : ar( J. ..'(
MI M: 1IlI. tI''t ht"t'ulllIn: ?;n dv fr.--i-; : -I|I n'1 1 i I'; :. i! V' foU'ldi'ii, O'l "US i ili, :;ll I Ii lh-r; iKc-in.i-.isoii: !h,' r.. f:r.d !r"n 'IH'| I
!hat tlf> rvp 'r' of '.!.it' l..IIiic'crs .u' '1 .nd 1 of Salt.
\ hvciu-c
:1 ed liiin.I ;?(Iy !hahlt of analysi*, and 1 i iI i .%_< rt fin : :I"' i'r .'. lein, ;uJ: l liis .. \ : a C-M.: 'n rt t fnn-ida Sacks .
I ln' 13Pfl fl11dr to G niijr '!'s .)n.i) tin I T' !.p Fivr'ners! 'IT: h',., !h-!.' tsi.rfi" '
ot, trnih I will I\ noi hi.vcvf! I I" __ and iiititiitie i.,,,,< Cf 0.0: JMQJtfXSNT OF
ijr.00; copies, i is !o I l-i> pnhlis.'jiM' !. I Ip1' It .II.1'1. vr I, >u eYt' of his t31 (::1 lbs i... t' ;m:: iuiw: .:'r 'c'c;::"-. Itl 01- ,
i ,'f T.II. to p'sss (Iv 'r in sdontha: I (2 Iiari ci ''-nv has i rashly: : introduced I t j \i.I'.f, :1). -p..: .1011,1.} j. I IJr I DRY G {) ( ) IJci &c. I :
;' 's to I'c a woik of J'OI1H' m >. f'.rl v
; ,, ill be tb" ". of iiPith"r 1.1 de'r.c; I! ; f-" .-..Viv : ...
I and I tlio eiujravine! :silona will: I jl t'lu.lp': llip t IMitor's: J ., and I i ErralH,: -'Llt' !"HO': ,.f : '11z" E. I Tor sale by "
to pin I r'iph.; ; :' tiiie!>$ same im-dr\ ,,v'it.mn.i .ren. i
Tli .
noitlis., '
fonr or fiv? : I i !Jg Cull -j H. MicheletVPnx4n.i.
? < t I- ,
.1 hi.1-; t 11:1
; i s r
Fit fiiitor: ii'fmnsus thai tlio intcllipnci mil
!! ; l It) fcjve lIlt fcti.igs or'JlJd.I': .
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cannot ilieirforp rxjirct: tl) lit) i.Mi. shoul'i! .- -i :la-r Jt/f UJ iWiirf : f
M-iv 8th 1829 15 f.
--
: d with H "ip.of the uroj'viioti :!.. of thy I 11|'I'oi n' 11'-1H! of (Joifcr U"riPii, it t Hat)' lead iu more '/iouv' 'I M
y lul"s (tirf-np; (/.11.1', I i I >iijqua: <'e> I than! I jue ('u-"r.d: :ma) :" llc i |I' i I. > ..." I I' 1'io N NOTICE.A I I
!:Z I eat Canal, m-'i; HI' I L .
I fad J :=" -: : ---'-- I
dCn. cannot 'o he liijJiiy ijraifvii : :hr able 10 l'I'e-r'f': : ------ -- ------- t ; A i il Ie IInni.ra'
t
il :hf nrstsp .iO\l\ .Ii'i Clf'C! ,;; I I '.: r<: .. | 'V"I..a' jte-lie.un-!
-t J' 1
'U Wiiir I; i; to a (\,n'ii! Ci 1 ,.
J >: Wil. IC: ""pnJ\ ;: ; :' '. ,- / ].J.,.
I ri'adors! a* wo know of no person: by to tell tin* people of J'loridi, '. .1 n (1- situate HtpLtrs: biul appu.n' mspec- t--
will be d uilit ; IpI 'I -- .
'> ;
: : rr.- n '
ippr
j! ins tslt.nfs and i.r.nA' ACQUIIIRMF.VTS, Andrew! Jackson will gJ.trd! with uni 7t.. \.) \ il'.u" __ _, I vor ."t_.thr ItCt. .I" ..(?r.'I \' r.t'lt' ;
;ati'Juoc m.dl'! romnorjsur'jt(5viih n :
; Ix-tter fitted! tar iMiudnrinvJ a C.I"', ;i: .
tli!. I-1 m a"tJ'J "flh." '..'Intf'rftt. ".. .. :. ," ..'-- "nvolviuj! ho pili l ; \\th; t'ill 1 r.I-z-ljpth: F
well tltr.lUl"S (.. I li :/ 'r- i i :-aid; } r-j-irt.
l.ir:o amount, as as ofsibcistrici I the : .tttl| uiijutvxil r
H11UXIC'rI"H ) S. .'' :u,1..e.! Cal; Z". to L ,tl'j r. Cit.i5e, j i j fie it IcnoKX, That P..;Is siJ5! : be open; '
J : ,
; of many vf our most m- [ ;ilaomlttHI. TIH-IP are |p erii -
--=- ---=:--=:==--=- =-:- I nl:I in Mf '. I td .it > :.k J. :. --viii places: to wilJ" 1I t
,. Pmsucola Gnzrtte.I ditsti in:-is and uwrlhy citizens.ow SOlO ; hs: Territory who .ui!t hIuuh1I I
: '
:i (itQr oftf.s ; :Sir. \I 1"liI1! ; 0:0 ..... n." 'i1 I I'--4 : >!:i. :\t rhe Court llousr.
I O'JS"T\C in: tlv Flojidi.m; ol'Tnliali I a:. to iiritfi: of f.ut: the editor mav: I IIt's ostenratious! >, ::rt q.iti: as grar.IJI; n, I ",Hl'lhy, 1i i \' ti/- J,. --isof PeteBourgt, near then I
.1:11.;i
Cii li .r.1
: -> If o n.-s and ( irl': J
i.sj*', a publication, under the sig }Pllnl': | '' spoak the truth when hesa I :;t pi u'Mi'i! iit>!)'Vi.idi'd "Mifi-enre! !:'" y.I":1 .
lUUire of Cri'i C :ill, wbich}) un: nlnsiypenis .\'* he knows of no person bettor fntod 1 IHI I.integrity nd 1 ,i:<.lines: of' th'I : t S' r')ni; and J.\- n Jliia.A : ; I I I .t -n"- v-,.,n of l } ..;rt.l: at the House of

) ,0, I w-: 15 .000 st.r.e: *. rc I \1.. i tlo I \ .- d.10A. I j! o T ':I. L.- .4: ile oftle! E5 cambia, at I
st-rions iriport jhnn I t fo\in% J ,it to bo on ra ISP, for I don't know me exieitl ofeditoi's j deemed uur'hy F f Ill i ire l for aiiolj! e"- j thr .. -Villura Dnirnmnnd.
"
I S-ii J ," h'.u *'
a ?.' ond rftdiIIg.rFIle motive which I the I' itt tvh.d-i mil i ii I I hiZHrpd I reason.Vu ;havu had: sin; on: '.1 -) im.-s Srn r, Jee. .: Ot t.-i- '..vm Mde t);' the Escutnbia at -

compel* the G<'iierai, It) appear beI'OIH asm: opinion it may (he lion- I lions dm ring our ate ele-'i-jii i I,illslcI-1 jT lobile, I HY. Cii o i': uksSf'ir. 1r I tllf' 1 ,hi. :1')-..... pf:1! L. 'otten.

tin p'iblitk, i'10 deny the fsctflatcd est, fir I know nJt: his capitity to : ( '$\' ) tu D ari."Y tie namo of Our; 'fiief'donoiince i. s.' I .\nd that: I lie tutIo\ ii.g persons are' j;!
But if he vouldvisli; : Carso), Sw..im, Mohdt\ Biy.: I il..rohy appointed; : Ins,)eciora ot! said else-
in an :anonymous }publication, JtJd ijt%. to :ti':""" : : !e .i J....' .iwt ;a I' '1:1lid '!", t' t'.
.hat In was, on ;. rertain occasion, I hold out the idea that! Mirh; ;anis I I ) his fiui.ds' s ... eni'miei; of Cargo;; for the U S. I. tln-j-toAtt : i
: : Iii I'entiu : N. S. I' Jo I
j P
KM'KKED.May 'J d. .u4: "Tit
of Pintado whoso : : entertained !k- tlje! : 1
J
v people Gird
.lib Aiornry otui opinion : 11\1.1, \ hen it (is wrnkuortn : !:I sr.pu B ( A no, and .ru'J:!'" 4 KKT-ER
asnie\ ni
election conn'St. ( '0\\. U, !ii'!.; ., at :.ihe fue of the c-onnun'tyt: to ; *if Col. \>rh"te": are eulimsiris- Baker! :NVw Oi hi.mus. C.irjo: : to N. j jnorv ,I i, :M. .....RUJS. -uliI J' HV 'LL1! ="IMP"O-O.

ojic Jitf:rktJs the amber of tht- the t.io' Wli-Mi I s.I:" \that! (> -n. C.ilh j tic ad'nirers! of tlx: Pi i 'sllcllt. A desire \ : Quarier .\1.st'r, J.J Pe: and witiioutsr I II J.O'N'M'J; -S'loni* K.'pm.m Ac.liver F., rico OMMX-NS, and l.3Tt.ii S.
it.3aI
such ,
&::cl'm"j! pnhlication ; n no reputation for uc- tvs hut t(
.& f.HPiW9in! ( ,'nrral; Call guilty' of a qu.irtnicnii I exp'es-mys"if iii tirnija lip a |ti et\; t\r,HIIV i U'ofr' : : li shadow and tie! MaM; r : b41'.t\O.i :!:e" East sid "J the Escambia JoAn 1

br;':'<,n of ijood nitners; as well as mild as a del rmin.linll to sjieik" i I of a unreal 1 c'.111 n \\'t' n i ivc n tr\L he B l!/,-Scl.T Sup, ; =-11.I Hope, Oli\ 'iN. .1.1OIk. 6i" ..t. .l1ML, t3ZiW.Tk.IL, aiid U'JLLIA* .I

CUtiiifltI j.j st3CC, uo cannot doubt kut a disagreeable truth nill permit.It :for": tbe 1 I.Itl' eiec'iou), in this pi ie, a :I \ Cac.'o! 400 U.urels Cement 1J ,. ,, .: :.. n :
tjIL [
tltit i the fin: :: of authorship had bei'ii I is cortainlv au unusual I cotii :>e t.) : milit'I:'y oftV:.er d'nouncri in term's I like i I U) ( apt. Chase.9M. ( iffKjf. titie of Eacuribia, Itirraa a., ...

j'revit; uy! ascertained in the regnlar cull in question the truth of a mere : tilt! >e, a ui.ve cit:;%:':J who held a I .-Schr., Am-lii: (Roch) :N-\v L. -I Tils, ;&i.ii.tirNETrLP. GlINSK" a.ij tlbX- : .

wav. The professed objf-ct of G -n. complimentary: paragraphnur would! it : smail I ofti.-e!1 u n ier iho Geimral' ; I (iuvernment Orleans. Ao.orll'tf lcir,!., to orde.r.CLFAKED. lHU'l..'..e :: un.tm: .. )' hinJ thijjt'a day of .t
Call i is the fact of his having! havebeen l done on ibis occasionbut for I
; 10 deny ; -Yon hold, an office: Li UI M.y, lS- 9. .
bt't'ii the coimsel of Pintado, when '. the very unjustifiable and I must: a 4 ldindelicate tdcrthe Geueril; 1 (i.ivei naient,-we May 2nd.-Srlir. L.tGIarr; :: nn. ] 153'j. .

his 'him was resited to Congress insinuation that the services I will mnrk YJll: Sir." I n the name Shearer, :New; Ot ieiuic. Cut-'o 3 5000 I Cruppei.Cleik.1 1

fur conuimatlon I and yet he admits of C }White have been: trivial.; The of all tint is sabred is I the SI) much Bricks bv J. de }la KuaSlh. 30) Dollars( iieward. ,."- ,.

that l 11f' was the 'person who first presented 'closing: sentence of the editor, is of St) desired elevation, of Andrew Jtckson; ."" S-Op! Huntsman, Srni:!,, I 3 > A>A\\\Y iroui tl\\ .. :::suoscri ei, nbout ;

rl to the Board of Cominiasinners. ,I i singular!! a character! tint I a.n cousliained : to the Chief ;AI.ijistr.icy: ; of our country New OrIt .iis. JLlie I uuniv-tii o M v.cn, i negro wnIuaaaiI .

I r to take some further notice to lead tu nothing better, than Brig Esiftpriso' Hitchcock Key ., .

I The writer\ of this, is at a loss to ,'of him. lIe tells us, that the cause! ; the establishment of a thou ind) petty West and Mrw Y'Jlk CareT!.,) 3)1( 1 I TOM, .

Oiscover.w relation to this matter.any : in which! Gen. C.dl is ensriged), invoices tyrannies, by men, who have the (hales cotton, SO bbls snndrips, 18,000 "-z -bt 1\\ C'ltv :ce'ie.i \ ttIs. of dark com- ,
fet Intulier >, *H';I. abiii faxt tcct right: inches high. L
the conduct of Grn.Call. and
impropvt in the subsistence of many of our boleness usurp the terrors of his 7000 staves by the vvas of Hubert Chambers ,
u< purchased
.::,'- ,:: tting that ho was counsel 'for mast industrious and worthy t i!izt:1ls. name, and threaten us with the visitanous mate ttislion, olVilcox County, ritaitr of Ala- I \!

Pintado 'M both occasions ; &, after a But is GI n. Call: retained to plead; d? his wrath? Is the elevation of May CM.-Schr. ;Mam, New Or uai..a. "

careful !perusal of ihe publication which :\: their cause ? He i is retained; to t>lcIJ..: this ;patriot, to the highest! dignities ]eans. Cargo 3000) biirksbvS. A. The above re '. ara will be paid on his ) ;" .

!las thus reluctantly brought him before f ;[ the cause of the United; Stales, and if!' and !honors a free people can bestow, rarpfjnier: ; 7COO bricks by J. de h d-.livtrj to me, and: dl rtavn ble charges t

th' pllhli( k, lie cannot J.pet rein' the re- ,| this title ho established!; whit advantage to hive no other result, than to place Una, 45 Inles cotton, )0 hides by J. ,if l.t.taken ..*>u>e t, srty mitC'* fr* a. 1'.1J3a- : i

Cis! ;; insmu-iiion, uniavor-ible to his I Istilnda will the poor squatter: derive from it of some Ges- C. and C. C. Keyser.S'o'ip M. C'iUPl'KK.l'ei :
t.iH.u: power: arrogant : iC''li| Apr; Ja, ; -9.- 3.. .
; : or character.Vas it ne- i ill Not even the unweaiied, exertions i i ier, to r.nx_ I-. is nat. upon a pole, and. : Jackson: ,:Midi.In- _..- R .1\., I -- - -- & ,

cearv :.hen that be should appear in of Col. White, c-iii proeme call: upon us to bow the knee ?- Cargo Bricks for: the U. States. Pu tpOle lit Ot : da. -.tl :

his dtfrnce He was accused of I another pre-emption! Ian for this Ter- i I Should ii come tuthis, it will require Schr. Nt>ptun<,. B :ireJo'.vBlnkee\: in t. 1 i !-.. I

nothing improper. But, be >o soon litory-every man of coniin' sense, ; no prophet to pielict, that our coun- CarL'o! Lumber for thin LT. States.Schr : lIJA tr.L>r KAhrait ; .-L ?

los-s sight of the matter, to pursue/ must be sensible, I that any: hope of this :, trynien, will be loused by the voice Atjinora; Dikemen, Mobil- .. .4'1, t..rJ..lc.-i.. A,1 .- t'.. > I :.:
,
connected with I Bay. -l.Tf'. t" (b" II) g.b. I.. .I.t; ... ,.fo :
othct topirsno way it, 'I kind, will t be fallacious. If the lands : of a Cnrgo Biicksfor the L\ S. I I.1. ;>
..I Pilule! L.u\a. d.'r! ,'. 'P..j ;
J. >') Akoi"
that I incline to think, he attached; but | are declared to be pablick property, milhm Tell. Brig Knot, Crockett, Thomas-; ..1 TALLAHASSE*,, n: (fir 1 c.rr.c./t* ,. ,r

little: importance to it himself. J f the they must be exposed to sale, and town. Cargo, Lime for the U. S. I i-'n-i-i. hit the ihirJ ilonday mr !.

Gen. really attaches any impropriety they will fall into the hands of !moim-j For thrpfnaacotii Gnzettf. SAILED. i .'t ., -.T. (.',- te: hroclam.uion beanngit. f

to the circumstance, it was as -111pioper men-they will be sold t for cash: -and l'i\ne\'J Xotk.I'R. May 7//j.- U. S. Tnn pnrt s('hr.1 ( it.- --lir.; !",hruary If 29,) i ill posiponed .

for him to have presented the who the purchasers will be-I need] EDITOR-P ('al! (print this '.j, FloriIJaHI. B sk,-, T nn' B :\'. until fJ'1-! / 1St .Mimiiay in July ntxt.tiv ;
ureier uf the }-n-si.1t
claims the Commissioners it'm'd tl.Hlle of FLorid No for the infornvatun of Candidates I __ nt : \
to as not people : i iI --- _______ __ .
uu,, L"'.'''H |0 nrcscnt them to a i & ', very v.iitrhiuluocj over the! treasury I for the nexr LegishtivH\ Council., I I .'l FRESh .. U: lJ J" )' ,I 1-: "1.I. Geo.: Graham, .

Committee of Congress. The ftCI: I of the nation, justly nsciibetl to IJLfjn1 I pr..rt"c\\, i will: llUti,. two i: I )O,}.. .*3e.o''a >ie finmitT Clath n_ .i.. .. Cvnuunisitnr I} L.Q D...of.... :the.!nnt General nt' 'L'Land lTiiij O:licr.. ..
of his having been of counsel, is all our President, must take away every old: maxims-f'tVih is hard: to i iI V arrived, ari-i for vile: bj ilir UuiicConsisting ,' :

that is inj.<>riant-and this he a mis. hope of another pre-emption. There I toicli old dogs! new tric's.. Second, I II signcJ, ted States. 4 -#

Now, it the assertion Justicia is nut i arc indeed industrious: and worthy I when, yon are among ll>inans, you of! IRlRrk. I:': rWCWII\Cf' of raw. 1 JMJY Qunrt'l' \ ;
ADAMS, {'resident oflhe
Lmtcd
cxat1.r: ", .it is very near the truth i citizens-nay widows! and orphans, j :n'!'st (If) HS Romans; do. Bro\in m-5! ( re.3; rtmhazf'e'I1 :MatesAmerica
9 !. do hereby clt:!are and make
-it i H dws not drlvt- the nail, at leastit I I whose means of subsistence, depend Now, Gentlemen Cwndid-ites, as Ca\te ;s f 1oek C()ats j known hat: H pulitic! / sale/ will! be held at:
:
cuts the. pa;>{:r. If the claim had I I upon} the grant ofFoibes ; hut their II voles have become an article of Merchandize Aiia, { .irt.a..I.111 unJ FrencU Linen do. t-e! Lund' OfSce at nahassee! in the '. .r

never bnen t'tesnnted to the Cornmis-I'' claims stand in opposition to the cause- i and ready change in a grog with H 'arictv1tiitttcus af Terri'ovv nfU'cst Florida, on the thii-if

sioners, t the Committees of of the U. S. in which; Gen. Gail has l shop, he that treats the best and pays Sc Vests Monthly in Jf-y frfor the disposal' of'
I Ih. I ii- juib'ic !:in.s mcliiiled! within the limit1 .
would Uf'h'n troubled with been retained. With, the exception I the mp\/t money, will obtain my vote ; suitable' tor I te <.tIt"OC. of I he ir.'dermentioned *

The: only iiHTeience that I can I I of a few small reserves, iho house of! -If I alter my mind I White ami foro vn Frencfi linrr,. flrilIlng rtioi.l townships. to wit townships: and .

djsCH\'cr, J s, th.it when the claim was I I Forbes, has long since ceased t j !li:ive i I A Friend: to a Republic.Mav .C.uitou; (;!ras. Kninbazeeit & FancyJACKETS Fractional: tnwiKhips tian, tl.ree.jour-, t 4

presented by him :o the Com uissiour any thing to do with it-ihe. owners :r Pf'n..a'o, : 9tR 1829. fre and at.c of ranpo: seven. i

s, it \' .s without success, but \\ hellpr&.t are citizens of Georgia, New Voik, |, _... l'uwns.ip; one, /w*, thif.TqTzur.: aiul/5 ie I r
Fine hin and
frilled
,) lit"1 hhirfs of a'.J.l
:
Icd! i .o Cong: ess by auotlier, UWas I Fbi ida, and other parts of the United j Legislative Council. Black Italian cravtls: !: arvl storks ; ...ilkpock"t ; rinses: twenty.- one, threeitr iii-L-.it'j t\c., .
a-id l
of
: uccs.ftiI. I States. More than sixty persons are ELECTION dkerc'iiefs! :! silk and cotton ra"!;re te'ztutw'e five 1l.'nlII. 1\.J.

T*it-ie: !..v remarks; are nil that I I, interested I in it. I First Monday in June. I hoBien ; black horseskin, beaver an'} ,*;V -t'Ute- ."J- Of the L'ae L I

deem neuronto be said respectiiJi I I The General speaks of the allusion I SESSION:: COMMENCES linen giovt'q! ; silk, cotton and worstot! llest of :te .JJ'jntlia. and "A-

the allnlgM! tomiL-ciion of (.eIz. Call lo the present Attorney General, by Second Monday/ of October.We the stispendf latest. fashion; black. ,with white a and general seal hats of The ,la- 11/J.., lesei'vet! by !law for the use's \\ iff"ChU

with the claim of Pintado, or in relation Jus iici.I. as introducing a subject of surtplvBOOTS nr ror oji.er purposes! U. ill bet ?
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p"... ., J ,1
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'| ir.'i.'n the f saiewhicU 1 wiJom "
to that threadbare: topic itself. great delicacy. If it be so, it has not are requested fo announce J.j
:menc; \, iti the\ lowest number of section,
1 cannot, however, lefraiu Irotn ma- been treated as such by Gen. Call. Andrew V. Simpson Ksq., ANDSHOlS&c. I II tl'\Vu"hip and ranje., and proceed in the J J ;

hing this r'mark-that silence on that It is a matter of public notorieVjthat aud William Hasell Hunt, I ( order abn" tlrguiled. 1 ;:.,

subject, w...uld\ be much more properin Judge Berrien is of Counsel for some As Candidates to npirsent Esc.unbuCoiintj 3.Pensacola. \) '.; Er\J'' tiiven under sty- htnd.t the ("-'y of 'h f"

the person who appears on the records of the claimants laud in Flond.i, I i Ia the. next Legislative Council. Mv 11, 1R29.- 'i5tf. Washington, this tvsren v four:': J ta\. ,
1829.
February. A. L) 1
of this coumy, as the purchaser and consequently could not resign his a-. -- -- 'J
JOffjV QVLCr .In. J1S.
Ot the Spntmh grant of ten thousand engagements without their consent. A t'.l j( D. Tow"Vebbvie.. By the Prevdent.! Ie I .,;

arpens at the B.g Spring of Chipola. The fact is one which it was impossible Thomas Brown returns his most Notice i is hereby Given GEO. GRoIUl.iJ.JCommisjio"t'I" / .

: Tilt history of tluit grant is well for him to conceal, for he wouldbe grateful acknowledgements to Capt. ; THAI.'jlt '.Vlomby the 27tu of June of t .- I."t"rlliL.cI OffireVs T ,

iD"\\'n. I think i: very questionable shortly called upon to argue the: TURNER of the U. S. ship Erie, for j : )lots in t"f ,. .\' ("\ ;
ff u< her (Jet,. Cull ever! mentioned to cases in the Supreme Court. Now, the prompt assistance afforded by himin TOWN Of (U'EUllfYILLE, e)'- '-' L, \"\.J h ;1 ,- .

1)f'l'.uent Jackson, that he was nut in the name of common sense, is there saving the schooner Charles and Will be offered for Site l Pu'Jic Auction. S" IX '''eei after clAt' will apply! t.'J7*. J .

merely the attorney who presented any probability! in the bold assertionof John from inevitable loss, likewise The Terms will be liberal', xnd pariicu ilon the Jdtt. of the County: C'furt i
lady made known on the day: of sale. of W&shin.qttMi Cotuiit for letters \cminlstratioQ !- '
the Commission
this Sp.t.iisn grant to General Call, that Mr. Berrien, Lieutenants TATXALL and HOWARD
'> the of
Geo. Jackson n estate CariainNuth

.Mouiicmg other (peisons for having him in the first rank in me Senate, schooner-planned the operutions/and Sears Bryan, fComnatsitncrt.. Georgia :

icltinuifd tlu l n tied States by selling & at the barshould have practised to commenced the undertaking vith that i j( E. J. Bower ) N. McBride,* -

worthless prnperty, while abusing tbe pitiful adeceptioii.to bccom/ amem* vigor and resolution. which insured, i April 57th. 18a5.-15-a, i April 27th l-:3-1.1; -3t '

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xcTtc1 Corn, Oats' Hay, &c. I l\1\a DY CLOTHING Rough Hire and e'nm.IiUACI .

I1HE! Mibr her tn received<< per re- ( : ,
will not
55 I hereby certain noc g ncli.u.t pv. n !by I me to Luring pnya 1. rent rii' .1., an-! '
AvenUe.% dated .SL March 1829, for 1000 bushels Country C orn. I London Dock : J. \'X \ \.\J \ 1\ lee.

0312-the condition upon which *aid Philadelphia ;;1 I Ul'E1UOR BiandyCherantte .'
bales best hU"ihe1s
100 quality '< ditto received 200 Coifl
A'just fashionable
nol having been complied I TJJ a as-
note w given
with. Hay. I ti Old Jogn.tC Madeira; Wine tlo.it : llJl.. sorttncnt of Winter mid :Spring: Just received, uu for saltby -

Thos. Brown. 30 Uvjcks do. Oats. II Old Sherry do. : CLOT1/MG, i a'.., lies &. (;ate .
which nf ,.n'. .... for uh.-! low for cash. .
44 Bordeaux Claret do. !
Pencacola,2nd May. 122914.tf i 20 Mnall Ke -; extra March vh i S8J
quaity
I I ; .. Old Irish Whiskey 6th Proof. AMONG WHICH ARE; ___ ___ -

1'nt.v' Dollars Reward :jlESEKTED l Butter. FOR SALE, 3YVanbaun Rlack! blue brown .rid olive dress and
/ J. \ L\ iti"l\ f'
from Ihr tT. S. Navy Y ,dlariar I! to Regs Leaf Lard. :& \\ ilson. frock sujerfincloth; .

Point on the night of the 23., |I 10 boxes Sperm Candles. 'rniuicol4. I7ih_ ,November. 1828-A5 f. Coats and Pantaloons. CULL \iU i N SVKUP.a i .

inst Bjng up curl), cassinot, dr.lling, and cir .
THOMAS: I.180 .12 year of age,5 5 boxes Cavendish( Tobac NOTICE.JTHE casaian ditto. / ., UEt1EIV: which a-* prove:1! itelfsiipor'or

feet 8 or 9 Iih-. high. fcawdy hail, blue ( undersigned has received instnic4Jk to Swain's or any; ot the
sto-jt co. : V \ rr 'iuactia l fri the: cure ol ll!.c
rattier made following
tallow) I.l4'xillll
,
eves, r.O' | -'Ion..tn prevent" punisl, the cutting
a.nei a Intrigue-, either English: or Irish. 50 do.: Soap. valuable tlinb rlIj10n the Public Lands. plain black and figured: silk velvet, ,Ji l'asc". vi.: : '

THOMAS KINO, 24 years old, 5 ect 8 These instructions extend not only to V'.;II ntl:', toilmet. lancy and plui-i .UW. N J-C RfSlS.I (or.afloctiono, the h1CJ;)
Sacks Salt.
20
ilr 9 inc'irs high, auburn hair. blue eyr. Live Oak and! Cedir, but t'> "Timber of blu,' and black colh.Vit! !, a >andy oUi > KIN!.' EVIL. (0. S.ItOl'liWHITE;
!il tir nii'1 rUdl.v' complexion, full face and 50 Oorn Brooms. Swti ti"c .
from the I
every description taken Public :
Itout built. >V.VD JACKIE; S a CAN'EU: US, and irn derate. U r.CI.th .-
for .
Land the
Nests tubs and buckets.tiHso purpose of hlljnII4fbr the ;
tJrt'-lars' reward will be paid fur the I:
Vet fine
trilled nI'
aii
use ofSawMill Sir." It i k tbe understood : i' : 1-ish! Linen i ;
fipprehontioti) of.'ach *>f the "hfl.e f1f'nlion'I'll rtV- : SHIRTS LI\ hit ana %BILIOUS (; MPL\INT3KIIUMATIC
Ccm.I I \u : re, ( howeverthat the instructions do not :, ; i
l deserteis, orlivery fi> them .flections ot the hcaJ and
; ndant ofth upon:?Jay Yard A good ..Lssurt" ?! I of$ apply to timber useu for fuel II r fur plantation -: duck dieck, cotton, and flannel do. II I I Sys rEM g.Mieruly: :

Aptil; 27th.! lA 13-t(. Dry Goods, Saddleiy, Shoes, purposes. mv MVBlack UK&* LTLI:lti nf tin- sit) 11 & I UI I)
II a U &c. Benj. Wright, SYMIILIS and all other disr-i-*'* arising
t Italian silk CRA r"'lTS,
c. TilE U. S. in the of MC'.lCUltYAs .
Attorney. improper use
F. H. Nisbet, plain i'd) fie !, :ipeddi( ".
Pen<;acola 7 Nov 18'23.J: -ti a general depuritive article o?
-rin.deiu'Ve"ir -- I Silk handkerchiefs.! GUves, Hosiery, clean! *.*rot the bluodthis remellCo& ..s,.
Suspenders, H=4111 and C:(;j.s,
'lAllSHIII-lL' S4.1/ '. 1\ (E'I'ON I IJ Boors ses invaluable powerit improves "' FUILISIIEn EVERY WKD1f&IIHT: :ppetitr. and has al"o the remarkabtfV '', ef

tmhf'lI! % *hf'd with TWENTY KLCRAKT Q.UAK Jno .loods, ) J In Walton ('ounty.iiii I t. .ANDSHOh8 ct depriving) the skin of that ) diow

TO comR-PtiTK KifGHAViNOt rc'nark: 1.1. C Fi Fu. -: tihscnber: i as bid ofTu Town at &c. .. ;oilious tint, which is so common in hilus:

J"o Lynch. j \ltqm" in Wilton County Florida; 1 constitutions.
at ; Views celebrated: |Vrson, andQiaricly the fir-t Puesdny in .Ti-ne n.. t to be kiv,wn by the ii inc of 1 With Jo.n..sll"- atid i.- (;-nds.. J. ALRUIGI1T
Pistes of tie! Fashums. ,
O I'enacoa; Kebrunn IS2J
7 4tr.
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with n .he I legal hours, 1 will extst' \V\UTfcSBU\WUUVl' I Philctk/p1Iia.

Now that the winter of our discontent 10 public Salfo Ca h. in fro.it of the aril I.I Th<- proprietor, in ofTeri-ig hi4 CTHtVto .'..
uifersthe Lots for sale on moderate I he 13th just will ,
j is nide of" complete five
the Sun
glorinus 1tllYJ'1\Cr by
tlAiKo'c uihit House door (or place of holding/ : terns.The. yeatbtiiice )tL. Tiublic.fnrniihes(' a few
or in other words the storm he PeusacoKi Gazette has been under '.f I die
courts) in .lackso-i County, tm f..1Inwi"K I noHt rrnnrka'ilr
Alaqua Post Office: is 1 Ihe control of its cure", per foronell
now kept
by "Sl'.t Edifm.Hiidwe
w'nch
has :
horizon pi
agitated
our political property, tr) wit : One Negr" fHowAbraTi I by tlu- same, in t..stlmnnofil" sun
th" Subscriber at this Plac-, and the Mail fake ibis occasion in lender thmik.i norrnn.hijl
being now dispelled-the publisher deem shout 22 yrs d.l I, au-l a black our powers as given biN 1,. .
I ;'oadgrms directly through the to its friend* and for renercnna
proposed the increase
it Advisable, the of patrons
commencement ths
at .
I hor-e, about 8 old, Seiz-d SOCCabIL rt'"sidinp in diflj..
upon
years .. .. o.\t.
Tnvtr. (the 1 Situation> i is oi wiih '
: ut or near the t pttronage which it has been favored -
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:N''JY..ar, to return his thinks: to !his! i" b.t.ng ito John Lynch, to parts of the United States'ac
property nea" of Nnig.ition-i.ai: i the benefit of timing that period.. By reference to I a jsist rr.-rit
patrons for the favors already bestowed the and costIsm due to the
above .
s.ttiry: F! Feu Se breezes and abo'inds with the number of this it will be sail" as well as being the
; neveriiiling paper
per-
an.i to irform them and the 1)Utlic. that: ed tr.m the Court fur the orcllnTP\
.. Hon. Superiur means ng to th 'ir fellow .
a !Spr>iirH of excellent water, all ollncli ceived. that during the pasi year we lave I cr- &
tie his duties with renewedproip'cts :
enters .
upon Western District rr.li. tures who art- simil'ir'y' ufBicteJ
a ,
puhliaiied number s'l'-e
torrHiler eight Volume
coiitrfmf than
both more a -
of rendering it st 11 more i interesting I) M. place I I! speedy; and effectual
S. Bryan, pleasant ami healthy. : -Tor fins we ask no addition: roin- remedyaware.. that

than. .at.. any former period: he f... i (-. iniinMarshal \ siiitib'c' '>t.fa\'uraly! situated, is: reI I penutifln-"p. only ask for what it due lo I -n ny medicines are at this rime distributed f

now in the receipt b>' every I packet which I J J.. D. F. servtti .....J ot1t'rl'"l.u .> iient to tn<- vt. and we trust that our friend i.i the i about the country held forth to cure

ariive: here or at New Y uk from England Mn County for public! pun>'>se",:]n of the most interesting perodicals. HAL'S OFFICE > Oe but little d"ubt thit it will be the seat j I I It is painful and isagrfeanie( ; I' us to I b. slightest influence, !some of which they ha'l

Iron which he will be able to furnish III:. April 15'li, 1B29) 12-6t. :ot Justice ol V alton < onntv.l II continually dunning our friends, and, tried previous to tiie ue of the syrup as

readers with the latebt hU-rary productions ne Lotsre io! reet square ; pnci-s, while our Esiaiilishmeiu ktill needs an addition may be seen by htir oin altestal loris.

ot.merit, instead of receiving their THE 20 dullara fach: hit ail E>ioll! of the Mull I I I to our subscription list, it may .1.0 The medicine is so highly reputed by

I second hand fro.n publications in tin-. \J77Q VJL: /\ TELLIGEA'CE/l toad: ajul 25 doda'R( each f'-r all to the appear impolitic : we cannui help it, if sonic fit"the physicians for the cur of various -

ecu ir>-for tlose\ vho! attach importanri I'UbLlSHKJ: IV THK Weal thereof- Teims! one third C.ibh! subscriptions were regularly p.nd, the expense disease-i.t: 1c>>the proprietor** own

to the Proteus clun'xe of fashion, h<* has CITY OF WASHINGTON :an I the nr.lance in cquaJ payment, at nine I I beis. and would l lie hut light to our Sulisi ri- knowledge, ten gentlemen of the medi-
we houd! receive
been induced t<> add La: BelleRsen,Mee, awl twelve l months credit. win ample support.even cal faculty were m..uced! to try it in diseases

which i* iiflicved by the ;gay woild, to BY Tenons wishing h puiriiase! will apply }I I have but the small number of patrons we to which they theniselveshiad been

boil the ., mirror up to nature," aniluhi GALE3: & a DN. to the Snl8Crhi-i.! ei'ner ,in the ,np-, mi.t'IL,, I workmen- without I money ink we cannot pay subject, und lound great: benefit from ita
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h will enable! him to present them ,"[ tlLui4iza1 luleiugencer ill an old or through II :unt, 1JH)1 H.i-r at i I carry ori OUI buy!>nsine p per with satiif.iction type.': &c.. 10 Uae ; one particularly; residing in Ai-'en-;
to
wit: ti! .' rarlii-st notice of all change in established: Journal, at 'he Seat of the Pensacuia, who Iris a plalof the Town filII supporters and OI.I..lf.Ve sown N. J., wh'i' dissolution was threatened -

taste and fa'hiou! which are constantl-y General nV rRme:1t. It pnblilhf'sori. for their mspeetion. therefore entreat those must by a severe attack of liver rompi, ; &umt,

taking place and troii it to select tbe ginally, regularly, and full}', tile Procerilin C. :S. V. Jones. out of Pensacola earnestly who are indebted residing 10IS, which had previously resisted hs *vti
s and I'jtlei uf .. treatment, was in the curse of t"weeks
{ Congresi l.o all
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e'egant engrtving. oJ with which it it adorned ; Alaqna\ 2Jid! J.n.l8293t I j to emit to us bv mail, or pay to our A- .,
: rottorcd
; to the
the State and .
I 1" enjoyment
papers '
KTiMieats of < t per-
to the public the mnll!
grace pages of the Smvenirquirterlv gpnlS, sums due! us--they mu -in short lie) expense has been \ interest, laid hi o>v 'ongresn or on- l I 1'UI'nt"v know the amount due, "fuel 'Vet health.The .

span-1 that: : ill be likely to add to the ', );'inating III that rxuiy, and all tlia Aclspu TO ..NUUtt ., l.l when gent by. mad it shall beat our rik. accounts which have been receive

Value of our publicatiof. Hut whilst our t! ->bed by tbeiu "I'liese rccomirieniiations lVE Large Spar BUOYS have bee' t I The, following\ gentlemen lilt authorized! ed from ..genta m dirVerent p.-i-; ot tne-

f Altcntion is thus directed to what iran.; I I in aldIIUIlu: the variety of oilier !I moored in tie: Cnanncl leading from II i i nod requested; ,ir; as Agei.u i'-jf: the Ga. Union, speaking of the good effect1 ,produced .

shill cs in Europe: it shall not permit iu to I j information: which in to t be found in its i I the Gulf Stivuiii: ttirjtigli! tile Harbor of I! zette. by the syrup i are sufficient to compile .

negli'Ct akTiy* jitui'r-and we sli.dll$ i .>lu nns, connected with Jin; iJeiv'rai I ) i KKV WES !', into tli-j: rt.iy of Aiexicu. Radford; L. C*' tten, Es'ntnb'a. at t'if tune an octal"() volume of upwards -

freely select 'from An>eiic>tn publications ,; ercsu uf o.ir own country, witu Literalure I: Vessels 'i.. wmr 9 .i-J feet water, and Ji.'irniMli Sc veil, Almintitle. t of two hundred pages 10 ellum::.

Trlnt srm adapted l to our purpose-and anti ::)CWIc-, and 1 the Afi-.irsof the i I h.iund to Mobile, ,Pinsacola and NewOrli C. 3. V. J'IIIt'S.ttag" ". I rate all the cures.

lust OKI not l eas1, we have: succeeded in \Vorida Larg1tog; t''|' 'I' w.-Hi the clu- I I ns, can bj "b'iCI1rir.gthe tollowiug; TlionidS/ CJ. BrijjM, Lurhct I'nHty. I 'I he doses! Ifthe "Columbian Syrup
racier of getitml t tainuss Ml.ioli the lirf-rlions, John i\I. Long. Hal inn' J'
enlisting in our interest many valuable! pa.1 pass irourh this Cnu-in: l with llr.y. : ure judiciously proportioned aad adapted

correpondeisf both in this country and pt-r has iuMaiucd: under its presento'sior : pertect safety, ant this avoid the tedious Thomas Baltzell Wtbbrille. the age and strength 01 the human -

jn Kuropt'tiose pruductionouid 'tnccl' u.ttul, and t'ven'ahuwlc.. I It itsrecii'ii-ne dedtt Master nf Vessels Augustus;: Steele. Magnnlia.
credit tl' anv publica'.IUII, and .vtre wt at :: .. efFects need be apprehended fro "1
Leslie
to thE'ir to :A'I,t -' no lev I an interrst, in the concerns to :it efr!)lH Bu iy lit Buo\ keeping close A. Tl-omps T'llla'ijsstt. "
when
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liberty names to taken
give; inc puuitc, E\eriit agreeably to the dir eluiis -
I White. Montire.'fo.Gad .
would ai'd! lustre to aoy" wmh to which ;! of tillS i or "f iihr c'Min'ne!'. i to them on either hand f'h The .':lli"i/c.J. i is tu the deepest water and Elumphs eys. minute Agency.E. any ap-
Intelligencer not distinctly
can
2\Hacht'l-u! : a : e -
they were short, no exertion I" party B Uould 67 Augustine.Wiii'im prehengion ti. the most tender infant/ or
render" '' paper, out censures or "ppron''hl're gen from; each othe. The Dear- t'-eble adult.MEDICAL .
will be spared to T111:: SOUVK.MH, : : Pinknev, Key IVtst.I'ensacoia. .
C crusme or approbation( SCRIMS to be due I |ngluf the !liuoys are iollu.vs\ :
in all' rC p'ctinUI! lay the ; of
pit Oillj.{ March 10, 1SC9.COFFEE.
!JothAs.. and ;o public measures ii* supported the j'I 'F.,e 1st Hu.fV Htttieentra.JCc ..t the Channel lhcrnJllJo"fnTOKlorICK.: .

the emporium public o! tis..tiil uud cheap intereh'.i'it.nito eJ. <'fC't'>- late A liiiifislriti! it of the l; II'r.d! Go i sod) nearly ia me lJal'o.u' ot Key b-iifht'a Having rec- mmmded Ihe use of J .?.'..

and wt.ll1"ble! vernmcnt, 'W'1enlhe measureof tiat Yd.ium I \West bears, tro-n the Lic''lt>t House on "COLOMBIANTRUP" in m> ujrnp1

choice tnatinn,..specimens a Al.srellancoijs; repc-sit-u-y: hter.-ol :>>ir.4liiii! wr 'iucllas to meet iu approbt.O' i Key \% esi1b) Compass M. W. u> West: ( ivate practice for nearly two yearS, and

; ot It avow* a d te"nlll.ti'HJ. dmiani, 1 mile. having witnessed its decided efficacy in
tute. btnrt 'it enlion will be be'toincd I
I though it opposed the election! of ( :2nd Uuoy bears f frum the 1st Buoy N. W many cases which had previously: resistedthe :
on its im>r>>l tendency, and a r.onsU i"II'.1 Will KEY usual remedies I
Ja s on, lo Mipport the fust maiur: b, Noith.3rd. a now with much
watchfulness$ preserved over the cause of I tLlsion"l; >3tnttion, but : Buoy bars from the 2d Buov N.\V. pleasure g1m} testimony in its favour
_ _ and interest of "irtue.A :as certainly ht .
I POIl TEit and will few of
the
oppose the;: U'ljiiat or pruscriptite. it I 1-J; North. quote most remarkaabU -

poniun of the contents will be u 1 will be, in principle, opposed to any Administration ). 4th. Buoy bears from the 3d Buoy, N. W. cure performed: by the same which

I duws : 1 i of the G'iverftntat whose: 1-2 Noi th.J ALE, & came umLr my notice.

I. 'I ales, original atd 1 selected; Essays: measure)* shall shew u to h.ath! !interests I J 5th Buoy on the: Bar bears from the LightHouse \1r. John Ilinckle's son, of Abington,

mUhl, hUT1uOIIS s""lIl| scientific ; Poet')', i of a party at heart, rather than thereat on Key tVe&i, NTorth Weal by CIDEfi.) [ township. ntgomery county 1'a. oi ulceration -

orig"iHlHiul !selected from the: b -st American g interests:: ot the country It is, iua West. I o' the mouth and throat, and

and Foreign publications; Biographical word, wnal its title denotes, National (Jjr'Vcesels req.iir'ng PILOTS can obtain ** **, Bags St. Domingo and \'inf itiHammation of the eyes; the

Sketches uf distinguished! persons, p:Lp er. them at Key Writ, as there u a ooard Ov Havana Coffee.Fifty dis>:ls(' .madolesrayeit the soft parts of t: CthrI

male and f-m<.le : Anecdote, Bon Mots, For the independent and impartial of f branch Pilots estall.shed.Tue l. Barrels :!' and roof ot the mouth. that it laid

&c &c. The original matter necessary course which it bus pursued the National SHoalf Watt at low water is 10 iycVliis- bare the bones. el made its way into 'he

for this department ot mlr '>aper \rill ne Intelligencer has been denounced, and a,1 i J feet, and al hiih waler 1'2 II led on the key. nose.- Jrg'. Mury Peterson, of Wil r.ng.

furnished by individual* who are advantageoutiy Ins been m&de U..r W1. PlNK.vKY.Sitjrnte ton U.l. of confirmed Scrofula, under
attempt) to put it down, One hundred and boxes
known: to the public ,dOll Fifty 1 which -.he 'laboured
-I through til.- II of Buoyt. nearly three
rt *
u,1i1 or ron){, by strong ;arm of years.
the medium of their literary production! power directed by Caucus: ag-l n.y. the CU.TOM-lIuust I > Porter- Ale, and ('idor.For She had exlf-hive scrofulous ;IIlct"ri.t'Ion : '

I. The Tnil I.-ln addition' to the attempt is as vain ** it would be for any :'RET WEST, January2U, H 29. S gale hyVanbaun the left side of the "eck (nown to her

usiu! Literary mutter conlained in similar modern prophet to but he sun to stand $ \Vilson.PeHuroJit. breast t the breast very much enlargf ;

pttiili.t sontiie Proprietor has completed still. Thirty j e.lrs uld, this ptpH i it! not \risOt1te, St Nov. her left! arm swollen and us-1*>33, and heron
17th.
an anangement by which he will be enabled yet in its T iime, but Acquires strength I head the affected side r *rlini!,:.!'' fin '?!*-

t" rIll tush correct descriptions ot the and power will every da} of iu exist JUST KECEIVES VIA MOBILE.. !I shoulder, and violent pain ;n hersys era
I prevailing tashions, both foreign and domestic tcnce. Extract from the proceedings oj the \ General Thom Snyder, of Hheunittic
': H A PEKS Irish Potatoes, inane "Directors tko Joint I ..flection of''hv head
illustrat with elega.u engjav o 'if nek followed 11'n 01.! .
Wirnout h.iviiuj: ever for orll ere
besi.les tbe in sought popu- ." ntrdU'iun oT the ii'.:'irlls; in:
Wharf CompanyJUarch c'vel'epa.ln:
jogs, regur series, once
c- A; .. '. .' i-t-.._"'... ic: National l t.rlv> .or intelligencer cotirted nnblir i'.h. ALSO billliSOLVEU 1S29. the upper ;a\Y extending from tie: n"c
sort sketches of hie, manners, itc. tc. at enjoys olrrady the over the cheek bnes the chee
- wioest circulati.ii of Ctes Stone-wM-e ; i ext -
the earliest possible period, aoJ frjiu the any Newspaper 'I assorted. 'I' that the amount of b ting high state of :'nflamniation.;
IJ : Mr.
the United! states It is read in :: For "'llf" !bvK. -
even the Shares in
authentic the
most sources.III Joint Stock Valentine! Boraef. of ulcer
tlwn of
Nr'- \Iilcclllilly.-Iliteretting! items ol I State and Territory and in the U-non and i ineberycity H. N'ishet.Pcns W hart Company, be increased to sixty I I nostril! obstruction of tle same ."the loss left of

---w intelligence, foreign and (lomeuc occurrences It i, tnwn. as well :as in the eola, March 23rd l839.iostiitt do liars each: in place of fifty dollars] as smell, difficulty! of breathing and' severe
read l in
eountry. ;
deaths: nurnagsc., J1 and every capital in 'lefetofore detertuinec ; arid that the ten pain of the 8)'stemMr.. Mus-ck's wife

IV. Engrivigslii; e..cn quarter the Europe extended possesse sources of in formation J."tte Sc.c. dollars( the increased amount of each son and daughter ; Mrs Musick of Chronic .

Souvenir will be e'ibrhltiid >vitli lour I I by no other Journal. share be made payable I on the Qheumatism, with which; she had been

splendidquarto" cop.er-pttt| engravings i For fie first time, an eflRir i in made to Best Goshen Butter, First Monday of May next, afflicted upwards of !sixteen years his

o! icwatkuble American or European I enlarge the suhscnpiion to it, by sending a.s Family Flour, in half Bbls. according to the filth section of the Act son of ,.cald head and daughter ..f;scorhntic .
forth this I
&Ct'ull-y-u.r portraits of dutiriguishedcluracter I Prospectus: which our ad e- I'onchong Tea, incorporation, passed by the Letri&U- l affection III f the gums and discharge
*-also one plate of the tunas iu politics are expected to deal Cranberries I I
prevailing st t live Council, January 17th, 1828. | from the I left ear.-Stephen Snare's sin of
will be generously with as lo let it be heat .ncimuti Hams, (Gassoway.:
- Uftiuuiis( vriucii sent coloured Itet'O. and ) carious affection of the shin
---------- nearly the
f> .. : our fnendn so kindly M! ti further Itaisi-'ts, new Ctop.Half : ;
to boise who wjth
i cuarge comply I our whole! of the shin bone
I was destroyed,
purpose with their aid and libb. No. 1 Mackerel IUH.NE ru .tK.
of ,
the terms ot uocnption, pavtoeiii i ili countenance. i together with many of the smaller bone
Half
at.vanCtr.; f j.1 Heretofore, we have: hardly wished: to en bev Oincinnati Family fUnderwood's 3 OOZ. first rate Fancy Chairi.I or" the foot.-Mr. James M'Minn, of liver

k3Ch subscriber will thus be furnished I large our subaccjption list. Intc-n with oereaft-r, however, to devote ourselves Sauces 4 Bureaus. qi.
twenty superior copper-plate
yerly wards ol nine
years.-Mrs. Myers of ulcerated -
Pine
engravings, the price ot whicn if purchased : J.\'hollylo the newspaper, ant to a nro Apple Ciieese.Fir 1 fan and Secretary. sore mouth and throat and her

singly would he more than, double \lw per improvement of "the cnn/litiwn of Sate; bv the Subscriber, at his 4 Ladies' dressing Tablet and Bureaus. daughter scrofula: Besides the
!
annwctJ cost ..tthe entire \t.ork. I tile Prcllitlwe i.ivite sucn further subscriptions Store, vtain Street, in trent of the PubhSquare. ,' 6 Do. work Stands. : above enumerated, I prescribed the dueases

ar, be'iny punctually paid will 2 >>0. writing do. Syrvp
V. tiditor's with success in mercurial
1)epartment.-Motice i great
I ofevontsThe cases and
I remunerate our labor ant J. 2 :Sets; dining tables.I .
p'Sl'1J Dra-na, New Publi .1 expenses.The Pescay.Pensacola. utiir card do. secondary S)'phtlis.I .
Uevisws Stc. &e Mitiona' Intelti i l N-)r 21st. 182H. I
tlon: Criticism, rnrtr is [published 33if.
Bed steads.
'- :3 I In giving this testimony of the meiiMof
daily, at Ten -aA
Terms -:The Souvenir will be 'published i in advance It llnllara per annU'ii, payable HE Subscriber respectfully! informs 3 Wash Stands, will be sold for Cash, at the "Columbian Syrup,'; I divested my
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n pub islied
every Wednexlay; and forwarded: toSubscribers more convenient also, for the his friends and the Public general. reduced prices, to close a consignment. I language entirely of technical terms, the

: ; out of the cry by mail or 1 ly mai does not circulation where u dai l ly that he is now prepared to furnish, at Haines
othvrw as roy: be ct.irected-ech number week at Six Doling penetrate, three times a the shortest notice, March 6th, 1829.8.tf.KIRC11VASSE1. it is intended to convey its effects. The

will contain Kijj-kt closely printed iu advance. per annum, payable *\LLaOX lencth of time the diaessei have been
A
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remittance! of either of
and will be decorated with
pages appropriated these dissipated, convinces rue, that the cures
in
embellishments in.a.ddition to the will amounts bk: paper by mail, of every description, as cheap as they can {, Ste.FOlt permavenl, and it may with propriety

above engravings. :wion ensure of the pt O:1lptnd regular tmnsm be imported, with the additional advantage Sale, by the Subscriber, lately be said, that its healing qualities ninth
every paper that may be or of their being warranted and also I from :
1 Price of \ Three Dollarsper dered i New Orleans! among the >first remedies ot the present
Subscription
warranted Axes, at tbe tame rate lie Kircnwasser, (of the Ulack. Forest) day. JOHN 1. M.\Y\VEG, M.U'
advan i
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J annum Eleven payable Dollars in for<* ThoBe subscribing, will) please to igni. will alsobe thankful for orders for work i I Champaigne (Sparkling) ; Phiadp1oia,1arcti; 5, 1823.
ten eopiel'rWtlltytvc
I' fy whether lhey dewire he for of t description in his'old line of business !
\ Dollars and at the rate paper a dfly : Qugnoiet d'Anger (French Cherry Cor I The above mentioned Medicine! can !>r
fame year only, and then to be stopped without ; and such as he be favored dials.
may I I ) procured}, at three doll.us hot..
for & numbt-r in all ad7 per quart
urger cia in -
- 1 which entitles them to coloured further notice, to wish it to be continued with, wil4tie performed with expedition,I : Muscatel Wine, best quality. : tie of the Subscribers! who will exhibit,
-cc. until counter nAnJftl.).t.V and in the most workmaalike. .
1' k manner, ut L Bordeaux Oil. lo any person applying! the certificateof
phiteo1fMhtOfl.J I \ hington., Marcii 5, 1829* his Blacksmith's! : Shop in Pensacola, Wlute Wine Vinegar. du. cures nlludd to by Bactor Maywef.

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-- Vll.V; [.-(fPnneioia.; non A......,.) PENSACOLA, TUESDAY.\.Y 12t/r, 1829. Open to all. parties : influenced by none.) No 15. I

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i11ii fr.s OF FLORIDA act, he, sheor they so offending, shall tice shall forthwith issue his warant I and shall moreover order and direct ,' is the Same that he lost ; and shall )

,. pay the sum of fifty dollars for every commanding such person to, be brought said slave or slaves to receive on his : moreover proJa-e the clerk or jut* "- f

.. BY A-uTIJORrry.--=:E-- slave so purchased or sold recoverable before him, whose duty it shall be to or their bare back, ten lashes ; Pro- 1 j jt tict"'s certificate of such proof made, *

in any court having competent bind over such person vith good security vided that nothing in this act sallbe! tit j shall pay the expenses incurred in

_"-n act ratine crimes,and tree misdemranoriccoiiuitf'i uegroci, aad I jurisdiction, one moiety to go to the to appear at the next Superiorcourt construed to alter or abolish any of I the apprehension and securing of said
slaves ;
'' by Territory for the use and benefit of of said county, to answer to the penalties incurred by persons who ''runaway slave ; Provided however,
mull"Ic' !
Be it enacted by the Governs and the literary fund, the other to the Person said charge, and failing to give bond I shall trade or baYter with slaveswith- I that nothing in this section shall be ;

legislative Council of the Territoryf i prosecuting the same to effect. and securfy, he shall be imprisoned j tout" permission in writing from 'sir so construed as to prevent any jailer*'

Florida Tha. all l persons hwtully Sec. 6. Be further enacted Thatif and on conviction thereof, such per- j 1 master, overseer or employer as here-'I' sheriff, or other officer from deliver '

held to service fir lito, anti the descendants any vendor of any slave or slaves son shall le fined in a sum not exj i I in provided for by this act ; and pro-I i ing any runaway slave to his owner,

{ of the females of them within shall cause to be registered iny fraudulent copding one'l'JOflred dollars for every t sided also, that nothing in this act employer or overseer without proofas

this Territory, and such< persons certificate of any slave.or !t,I I such offence for the use of the county .I shall be so construed as to alter or aforesaid, where such owner, em .

and: their descendants as m\v hereafter : slaves, he, she, or they so offending{ ;,! j or he stall receive thirty-nine I change the right of property in any ployer or overseer is! known to the I '

be brought, in- tilt Territory! shall, for every slave so enumun+ 'd I J lushes' or be imprisoned not exceeding I article articles which may be stolen jailer, sheriff or other officer, and j t

pursuant+ to law, ul'il. !K-il r t. service in such certificate or curtiheuies f'or. !!,I j i iHil two monhs, at'ihe discretion of I by any such slave and offered for sale they are satisfied that such slave belongs ;

Ibrhff 01 a given t n" by tu- and pay the sum of five hundred 'the court. as afol esaid. to he person claiming the same.

laws of the State or Territory from dollars recoverable in any court h.IIIgjuriglictioli .\ Sec. 15. Be farther enacted That' Sec. 21. Be it farther enacted. That Sec. 26. Be it further enactedT l iat
I
wht nce they were removed, and) nw of the same one mot-- every justice tf] the peace upon his any free negro or mulatto who shall: whereas nmny times slaves runawayand

persoii or 'SH1S whatsoever, etv to the Territory for the use and own knowledge of such unlawful assembly sell l to any sl lye or slaves any ardent lie outhid and lurking in swamps, j

( of 'he literary fund and the I or. muoing, or information I II or intoxic mm; liquors contrary to wood, and other obscure placeskill t ting {

other' : 1 to the persons prosecuting the I thereof to him nMe within ten days' 1 f[the provisions of this act, upon con- hogs and committing other injuries ) ,

: : to effect, and moreover, shall be thereafter, shall lade his warrant to I I viction thereef before any justice ol to the inhabitants .,f the Territo I

-m...... .? 1yes bo.-n without the subject to the pains and penalties of apprehend the persons so mot or a*- I I I the peace, shall forfeit and pay: ten ry ; Therefore: be it ,enacted that in

of, except SUCH slaves as at trufl JIIIl; t"C;. I. ."" .. _, ...... _.__ semltled, ,and cause (htn to he brought! I j jv I dollars for the use ef the county, or all such casesupon intelligence givenof (

of their remuvl l were residents! within if any slave shill presume to comeand the r hi,"or or some flier justice of;I shall receive nut exceeding thirty; nine one or more slaves lying out as

'" the HOIKS aforesaid nor such isshfll be upon the plantation of any with county as this act corpor directs u;
have been convicted of offence ; nvery or her liar e barK. theCo"'y W horH the slaves
any whatsoever without the leavein I are
person justice sup-
and transported( therefioin! under writing from his or her master tiling therein shall orfeit and Sec. 22. Be it further enacted, I hat posed to lurk or do mischief shall be 1 j
employer pay tear dollars for sigh
every person ; if any or mulatto, bond or free ind he is
the laws of any State or Territory : negro hereby empowered and rev I
or overseernot being sent heel I and. sheriff ui irhal
every under i shall at time use abusive and
or District. any quired by warrant, reciting theirs
lawful business, it shill bd lawful for sheriff constable *
SR** 2. Be it further enacted, Thatit the owner or overseer of such plantation information or of ,such upon knowledgeor I provoking language; to, or lift hi; I names and owner's names if known,.' ;,

shall not be lawful for ssembly or hand in opposition toany person no'' ) direct the leader of any patrol l de-
any personf to give or cause to be given to meeting
hat together, filling ft endeavor being a negro or mulatto, he, she o- !chment within his 1
tv ;so ever to bring into this Territoryor such slave lashes his jurisdiction to *
ten on or her the aid!
suppress same, bring the they so offending shall fur every sic. tke such with him
to hold therein, after the passage of bare back for such offence. offender power as he shall
every offenders
this act, any slave or slaves that shall I Sec. 8. Be it furthe.lacted., Thatno I. justice of or the bfore some offence, proved by the oath of tht .hink necessary for the effectual ap- i

have been convicted of offence poace, to uceive due party before; a justice of time peace o. I .rehension of such lying out slave j
or
any or permission to slave
pass any to : punishment, shall be liabhto f
the like
and therefor transported by (he laws I buy or sell, shall be deemed tine county or corporation .where !such: :slaves, and go in search of them, and
good pen\Iy of ten dollars bth i
ef which offence shall be committed, reci>u i ')n their being '
State Territory District apprehended
any or ; and sufficient to authorise such slaveto penalties shall to ;
be for the
and if any person shall bring into this buy or sell article whatever use of the not exceeding thirty nine lashes! tI .. omit them or any of them to the

any county, and recoverable pith cons his or her bare back, in tho.' of his
except for
Territory, contrary to the provisions unless such .I county further trial ;
pass or permission be before
of this act, any such slave or slaves, signed by the master; employer, or any justice of the pace of theor cases where it shall appear to suck t for everysuch outlying slave by It ItuJ
coiiHty corporation wlerein such
I justice that such mulati--:
'an
shall negro or apprehended and
or sell hold
purchase or in this overseer ofsuch slave, and any slave! failure shall be. committed to J
Territory, such slave slaves I. was wantonly assailed and }lifted hi> ;alias aforesaid he shall be entitled
any or ,
attempting to utter
a or Sec
pass permission 16.( Be
further enacted, That hand in his her defence.
or own reward of
knowing such slave or slaves to have to buy or sell other than aboveexpressed t"oa ten dollars, to be paid
,
been' rought into this Territory contrary any negro or mulatto, bold or freer Sec. 23. Be it further enacted, Thar out of the Treasury of the ,
county
or offering article shall be
any o a
good witness: in he plea! of all slaves be vvhich
I to the provisions of this act, articles for sale without such the runaway may lawfully sum shall be reimbursed to the
Territory for
every such person so oflending( shall t or permission, and being found. guil-I mulattoes or against negroes apprehended by any I person and carried : County by the owner of the slave or .
or
bond or free or in civil I before the next of the slaves
he liable to be indicted, and on conviction J ty thereof before justice of the justice before such shall be delivered
any causes where free
uegroft or mulattoes who| shall either commit themto such
shall a fine of peace ( to owner.
nay two shall receive
hundred and fifty dollars ; and all I thirty peace nine lashes, by order not exceeding of said other shall alone be partie: !, and in no the county jail, or send him to (:lie Sac. 27. Be it further enactedThat
causes whatever.Sec.
such fines shall be appropriated to 1 i iutice. well laid\ \ nn his or her hairback 17. Be it owneremployer or overseer known, if any owner of any ferry or toll '. r' {

the use of the literary fund,-and more- and the person knowingly-- -furtheretacted.'I Thatany who shall pay for every slave so token bridge within this Territory shall al!-

over such person who shall on the Sabbath I up the sum of five dollars( to tke !ow slave to cross such .
every person so offending, buying from a slave under such any ferry or
lay sell
p.tss buy, or receive of, to, or him her and
person apprehending or ,
shall give bond and security to the or permission shall forfeit for such from slave jridgewithout a pass or permission' .r.
a
Judge of the Superior Court for theCOlllltV offence the sum of fifty dollars to he ever, without, any the leave commodity whatso also all reasonable costs and charges ; writing from tire master, employeroroverseer

in which such slate or slaves recovered before justice of the or consent of Provided, that any slave or slaves who ofsuch slave, he or she shall
the
shall be in the any master, employer, or overseer of I shall) absent him or herself a greater t forfeit and the ,
of such to
price slave or Peace of the! county, one half for the such ..hve. pay party aggrieved I
slave*, that he will remove him, her, use of the suing for the given in writing or by distance than five milos from his or her the sum of fifty dollars, recover- ** "
person same
some token
or shall buy, sell, or receive : usual place of residence owner'sservice
them of Territory or : able before of the
or out the within and the other half for the use of the of I any justice peacer
to from
twenty days after the giving of such literary fund. mulatto or any negro or I without the J leave of his or the county where the offence! shall

bond any commodity whatever on 'her owner overseor, or master, in have been committed.
however that the
; provided : Sec. 9. be it further enacted That the I
penalty shall not be incurred by I free mulatto day aforesaid, shall, ii addition to writing, such slave shall be deemed 1 j Sec. 28. Be- it further enacted That I
any no negro or (except in the penati es aforesaid forfeit and j I
pay to be a runaway. it shall tawinl
be
person bringing into this Territoryany the cities of St. Augustine and Pen- the of l for any Indian aJ1..nr .,.. -
um five dollars be -- ----- ---
to Sec. I "
recover- 24. Be
enacted
That
itfifthrr
slave or slaves for th within this Territory to demand _
purpose sacola and in which cities shall I i ed I and '
they by warrantfor the< use of the where ,
slave shall to'
county. bo committed
only of passing through, or for a short I be governed by the ordinances of the Sec. 18. Be!: it further enacted. Thatif the any of receive.from the owner, employer' or j ) .-

time abiding therein if such slave or corporation) shall be suffered to jail any county within this i i overseer, the sum' of ten dollars for \
master of 1
any or employer a slave: Territory as a it shall ) \
be ,
slaves be runaway each slave
not within this Territory taken
kept runaway
keep or tirelock of shall liceuse I up withia l-'
carry any any [ such slave
the
to : of the
go a duty sheriff or jailer forth- th eir t
for one whole year, or sold or kind, or military or other weapons, large and trade freeman i respective ajpncies five dollars ]
as a with
[exceptin to cause an advertisement
offered for sale a I of which shall
therein
; and provided money be paid to the
or any powder or lejd, without first the citof Pensaeola and St. f .
also: that nothing in this section shall obtaining a I;cellse from a justice of : the description of tho person and wearing I person taking up such slave by the
Augmtini'J master or employer apparel 1 of the to be inserted j )
runaway agent, and the balance
be so construed as to extend to any the petceof the county or corporation shall forfeit and tke to be retained J .
of in
sum 1
pay fifty some public of the
slave that shall be at this: time in the in which he resides, which licence dollars to the newspaper I and expended as the agent may think I
Treasuer
ty county for Territory mos convenient to the i in
Territory. at time, be withdrawn proper, building jails or procuring
may any by an the use of the
be
county, to recovered place where such slave shall be :
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted Thatit irons for the confinement aud
order of such better
,
justice free com-I
; any negroor by him before any tour: }having: juris- mitted, for the of six
.. .
shall Dot be lawful for any personor mulatto who shall so offend shallon space securing of .all ruuaiv.iy slaves withia
diction; and n alter conviction, such and if such runaway slave shall not be their ,1
persons, it be such conviction before respective agencies and there *
j except persons a justice of the !slave shall be found ;
so
going at claimed and
large proved by the owner shall be allowed
as are removing to this Territory peace, forfeit all such arms and ammunition and trading the for the daily subsistence I
master or employershall thereof at or before the t I
expiration 01 of
each
for the purpose of making a to tho use of the informer. be liable runaway slave, the sum
again to 1-
settlement: therein into this the like'pen- one year, from the _first publication! ol of twenty five cents to be "
to import Sec. 10. Be it Jurther enacted That and paid by the '
alty, so as often after
conviction thft commitment Af snc'i si it sh ,iJbe !
vr ll
:
Territory, rruiu t.c% United il master, employer
altall bo
any lUo duty rtf cnualahlA' or overseer ofsuch ,
any aa iirh .I""c'mall bo'found '
act lawful fur the slienlf of .
going the
States, Territories.or Districts thereof of the district to give information at large and piopu. -I.'VI. 'I'

any slave or slaves, eithenegro against, and free trading. county to sell such runaway shve ii'. s.\. T9. Bf. if further enacted, That .
prosecute any negroor Sec. 19.. Be it further'enacted auction ,
public at the
or mulatto or of other cOlin house .rP In iiau within
any description mulatto who shall agents this Territo-
whatsoever above tho age of twelve arms or ammunition keep or carry : That any person who shall suffer a : the county, upon giving at least :htr .\ _.,. -V! ill rep.ut to the Governor 1
ar.nu"y
any to I -
contrary slave held him .
by her
or notice
as trustee, days thereof and also
1 by advertisement the
without having previously ob. this act. nmount received for runaway .
ytamed guardian, executor or executrix, administrator in some nutfspjper 1 i.. fivrs and e., ,
a certificate signed by the Sec. 11. Be it further enacted, That how applied' and they
Judge of the county court, or two if free or administratrix: (exceptin i this Territory, at the court house o' til nor he atilhnri7frl to make i' ,
.
any any negro or mulatto who shall) the cities of St. I an"J .
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Augustine and P the
: and other .
en- county two .
public pac--> other '
of the in the of charge for
justices peace county have been convicted r.mawa.f'slavea I
of j
keeping or sacola) to hire himself herself in the except .
out and of j$ .i
or same, out the proceed* i is
the State Territory, or District fromwhich carrying arms or ammunition, shall I is provided l ttv thIs act.Sec. .
contrary to the provisions of this act arising from the sale of
,
such slave or slaves LJ, or are a second time offend in like manner, shall forfeit and 3 any runawa\ 30. Be further enacted, That .
pay fifty dollars for slave as aforesaid the sheriff shall be
brought, which certificate shall contain I he shall, in addition to the forfeiture each and it shall be the duty of Indian 'gents I' -
every such-offence;, to be recovered entitled to the same commission and advertise all ;
a particular decription of the aforesaid, be punished with a fine not to runaway slaves iu their '
by any person who shall fees allowed: law in ,
sue as are by the case
in
the
stature and complexion of such slave dollars r-istody, same manner i is
exceeding twenty or stripes for as required -
the I
same
by action debtin of execution and the after \
balance ,
or slaves, together with the name ,age, at the disrection of a justice of the Court any by this: act of sheriffs and other .
and of the having jurisdiction, one half for paying for apprehending and all prison i officers of this h, )
sex and Territory
same, furthermore not -and tho
exceeding the
peace thirty-nine the use of the County and the other fees and the maintenance of said t'
that the slave slaves therein owner, ) y
or men fine when collected as! aforesaid shall emoyer.or( overseer of the
half for the
of:
use the slave whilst in
suing. JHiishali! (tre for the
tioned and described have not been be;paid into the for the person use slave or slaves, shall pay the usualexpense ..
of committed county treasury Sec. 20. Be it further enacted, of the county ; Provided, that if the thereof. .1\\
guilty or murder bur- use of the _
county. That it shall,and may be lawful for owner of such slaves shall 1
runaway Sec. Be
glary, arson, or other felony within Sec. 12. Be further' enacted, That citizen of this 31. it further tnacttd,Thtt
after such sale
any Territory, on see- prove his in cruel
property
their belief in such no or unusual
kno-vledga or puuishmem shill
every persou other than a negrowho ing any slave or slaves offering or any such slave, the county Treasurer be inflicted \ _. '
State
Territory District. slave
ou'auy within
shall
or have fourth :his
one
part or more of carrying for sale -article articles shall him the :.
any; or pay to amount that shall aid .t
Sec. 4. Be further enacted. That Territory,
blood
shall be deemed any master.empfoyer
negro ,
a mu
whatsoever, without written have been into the \
a paid
any person who shall sell any slaveor latto. county or overseer, or any other person en'_
permission from his or their master, sury on account of the sale Treft-I, titled }
slaves brought into this Territory Sec. 13. Be further enacted That to theIe"ice'of any slave, who
employer, or the slave but the
overseer, specifying right to shall i
any iufluft such
as merchandize, shall cause to be re riots, routs, and unlawful punishment, or shall
assemblies! article or articles so permitted. to.be. a* aforesaid shall be and remain______ vast._ ___ authorize the ,
-
-n or permit
gistered with the clerk ef the! sand to be
county quarrels, ngnting trespasses, and seditious sold or offered for sale, to apprehendand ed in the purchaser under the sale- .
court of the where such slave inflicted shall, on conviction thereof ,
county speeches bylfree! and ,
negroes mulattoes take the
said lave or slaves be- made by the sheriff aforesaid
ax >I before
the
or slaves is or first sold slave any Superior Court be fined
are slavesshall ,
every or be punish fore t ,
Justice t
any oftto Peace, andon law ta the
contrary notwithstanding. J
certificate as aforesaid, the seller previously ed at the discretion of a justice of the its Sec. i according to the magnitude of the of.
appearing satisfactorily l to such 25. Be further
erfThat..
e ac< I fence at the discretion -
of ..
that he believes that fine the Court
swearing pearewith a not
exceeding Justice ,
twenty that the satid sloe had no no runaway slave shall be delivered ', .
the contents of such certificate dollars i j in any sum not exceeding:' five hun .
are; or stripes not exceeding thiriy-; permission or autlT.. fr.mn.his or to the owner or him 1! ,
tty
person claiming tired dollars
to the best of his beliefJ ust and true, nine. \ their I to be paid into the Treasury .
master, overseer, or employer, or her, unless ho shall have '
proved of the 1
which oath said'clerk Soc. Be it I Territory for the usA of t I
is hereby au 14. further enacted, Thatif
as
sell before
required this offer the
by acrto or judge of some county I the literary fund. 4 rl'
thorised administer for which and
to any white ;person shall at anytime for sale such article or articles then' court or justice of the of the!!t'r. .
peace
recording the certificate, be shall receive be found in with slaves in / enacted, That l
company and all such cases, it shall be the county or corporation in which such if
the of dollar. ; any person possessed of life
sum one free negroesor mulattoes any unlawful duty of such Justice direct slave is a
to order and confined, by his own oath or'' in
estate slave
See 5. Be Thatif any or slaves, shall
further enacted meeting or amenably, participating that remove
the oath
every sad qrjicle.! or articles. of some'other person that
any person shall sell or purchaseany with them in their unlawfulacts offered for or voluntarily permit to be carried
sale by such slave or slaves, he had lost such aii one at was do- -
removed' of this
slave, or slaves; without having oath thereof mad or out Territory,
(ji ou being before be forfeited to the a prehender' o f scribed in the advertisement and
such
complied with the provisions of this f ; a justice of the peace, such jus such glare that stave or .lclY'-s, or anthoV
or slaves,' for his; own. use,' the-runaway when shewn to hint,: increase without the consent of him -

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( her in reversion or remainder, >>;uchrsC)1I Sec. 45. Be it fttrthtr exacted Thatif one half thai! be Paid to the personprosecuting I Jury convicting him of the

I p ur sh.&li forfeit suchslavt slave shall barter ell. same, to
persons any buy, or the other hdlf.deducting: punish him by such number of

o: ; ur slaves so moved, or the deliver any thing of value (ex ept expenses of prosecution, into the as they may award, Stripes = .

full value hereof, unto iho person! or brooms ba.
t persons who shall have the reversion rush (without the leave or consent in ; Se.c.ilt'Be it further enacted, That Sec. 62. Be it further enacted That i.

or remainder thereof, any law, CIHtomor writing of his her similar 1I' -
ur master, owner, I proceedings may be had againstany in all crises whim conviction of
slave
I usage to the contrary notwithstanding. or overseer, such slave shall be pun- such free na ro or mulatto as often I shall ensue, indicted under'th a '

( ishedby tlio infliction of a number of: as he, shtjor they shall be found within of this act the provisions

J Sec. 33. Be it.further tnacfr4Thal stripes not exceeding thirty nine, at any county of this Territory aftor of' such slaves, shall master not or be liable overseer -

if any- female possessed as aforesaid, the discretion of any justice of the the expiration of the time assigned by r for costs
any or
slull: hn married fo a husband whoshall charges, except HS ,.
, peace. the court'for his her '
or departure out herein before for
provided aid in all
remove, or voluntarily permit to i Sec. 46. Be it further enacted, Thatif of this Territory. capital cases, the owner of; ,
slave
be removed, out of ill's Territory slave shall 'Sec. 52. Be it further enacted That any:
a go at large.without a who may be executed shall be entitled
any such slave or starts, or any of I written pass from his or her owner, the' provisions of this act shall not be to such valuation as

their increase, without the consent of master, or overseer, or shall fire-hun, : considered as extending to free negroes ing him or her shall affix tic'Jury, 'to.be try-

him: or leer in reversion or remainder, or shall keep a horse, a boat or canoe, i or mulattoes who may be actually him by the Territorial Treasurer paid i

in for any: such r.asn it shall he lawful such slave shall ba punished by the engaged under any contract of service upon a certificate of the valuation so,
him her
or in reversion or remainder infliction of a number of stripes not on board of any ship cr vessel, affixed signed by the judge and
countersigned -
to sue for, recover and possess exceeding thirty nine, at the discre which may be within any of thi Waters by the clerk, out of

such slave or slaves so removed, tion of any justice of the prac' of this Territory, so long as the i moneys in the any ;.
Treasury not other-
for, and during the life of said husband
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1 t Sec. 47. Be it further enacted, That said free negro or mulatto s .allr main wise appropriated by law.
or sue for the full value of the
t' slave or slaves! so removed. if a slave shall use, carry or keep any in actual omploy of, or on board said Sec. 63. Be it further enacted That

' fire arms, amiminiionor any weapon ship or vessel. if any negio or person of color bondor
Sec. 34. !Joe it further enacted That
Sec. 53. Be it further enacled, That free. shall
except, by special license from his without the consent of
if
y any negro or other slave shall at anytime >!Ile of this shall
provisions act not the marshal
of
master, owner or overseer for the the district the sheriffof
consult
i, bet or make, adviseor-insurrcction conspire, or tore-shall purpose of killing game birds or beastsof I' rxierid to free negroes and mulattoes the countyor the keeper of the jail, i

prey or for any other necessary rind migrating or being brought to the furnish or supply any prisoner
f or
plot or conspire the murder of
fi
white' whatsoever anytrp.t" lawful purpose, and such license shall! I Island of Key West but tie control- prisoners with any intoxicating liquor,

person such persons be received weekly, surh slave shall ing power exercised by th:* act, overall he or sheslnll be whipped not exceeding
every consulting, plo liug'or
conspiracy shall be and be punished by the infliction of a number I the other ports ofthi? Territory twenty stripes, at the discretionof _
adjudged
of : so far as it goes to proved the migration magistrate before
deemed stripes not exceeding! thirty any whom com-
felony, and the slave or slaves
nine at the discretion of of free negroes aid mulattoes plaint and proof of thu
convicted thereof shall suffer( death. any justiceof offence.. shall ,
aforesaid shall be the is
thn ate same be made.
pea Co. I
Sec. 35. Be it
if slave further enactedThat Sec. 48. fie it further enacted, That hereby vested in the tovn council of Passed, 17tli November. 1828. '
or slaves shall
at anytimp
any
from and after tlv first day of March the town of Key Vest ; Provided PE Era ALBA :h
commit
an assault and battery however that: nd all such free President of the' .
next, it shall not be lawful for any Legislative Cr wncil.
upon any white person with intent to any negroes and mulatoes as may be Trios MUNROE .'Krk.
free mulatto
negro or to migrate be
kill or
every such slave or slaves, so admitted or. suffer to migrate, he Approved
or -Novembf"
into thIs 3."l.' STO
brought Territory from V AL,
commuting such assault and any
battery Ih'Jaid Island .tr v
to ? ,
with, intent to kill hs aforesaid and Stale or Territory within the United brought West imril, provisions of ;h.ISsectruil Governor of the Territory ot Florid

r being thereof convicted, shall suffer States or elsewhere, and if any fr"f shah Kot on that at.count be
or mu!" -1"- migrate or be
death. negro permitted fc migrate or be broughtto
into this Ter-
Sec. 36. Be further enacferf.Tlmt transported: or brought the mainland of this Territory, -
and remain herein for the
if any slave or free negro or mulatto ritory term but they shallhe held and deemed to Ua
of thirty days, he or she shall be liableto
shall exhibit administerany all far as regards the
prepare, or be in jespcts, so r
be arrested and citizen of this
,
any,
poison or medicine whatever, main land ol Florida, amenable to,

within intent to kill any person or Territory having knowledge that any and governecby the provisions of this
such free ncc.ro or mulatto is within
persons, he or she so offending shall

be adjudged guilty of felony, and any county of this Territory contraryto act.Sec.. 54. Belt further enacted, Thatif
this act shall or arrest the
may
shall suffer death. other slave shall her'-
any Negro 0 ,
said free negro or mulatto and bring
Sec. 37. Bs:: it further enacted. That him or her before some justice of the after consult >r advise the murder of

when mulatto slave shall any person orpersons whatever every
any negrupr peace or mayor of the city, to be
be convicted of felony not such consulting or advising shall be
any pun dealt with agreeably to law, or he

ishahle with death, such negro or mulatto may apply to justice of the peace or punished hyany numb of stripesnot .

slave shall be whipped not exceeding mayor of the city, who, upon infor- exceeding one hundred at the
one hundred lashes! by the discretion of he jury trying the said
mation of the same, i is required to
officer of the court and suffer or other slave.
proper l issue his warrant to cause the said negro
such other corporeal punishmentas Sec. 55. Be'f f"rter enacted, Thtif
free negro or muatto! *o be brought
the court shall' think fit to inflict. any slave hall wilfully and m before him other ,
or some justice, to .
Sore 38. Be further enacted That be dealt with agreeably to law, directed ciously shootat any free white person -

ifany slave shall maim a while free to the sheriff or constable, or with a gun 01| other instrument, will,

person, or shall attempt to commit such other person as he may choose intent to kil'such person, or if any

any capital offence, or shall be :guilty to designate, whose duty it shall be to slave shall vilfuUy and maliciously
of of shall wound any free white person in attempting .
manslaughter any Person,or execute he said warrant. '

hp guilty of burning any dwelling I Sec 49 Be it further enacted, That or endeavouring to kill .

house, store, cotton-house, win or outhouse if the justice of the peace or mayor of another person,the. slave so offending, ,
born stable shall hn : his or her aide and abeiter being a
or or ac- the city, before whom free
any negroor "
slave shall be deemed guilty of felun \
thereto shall be of ,
cessary or guilty mulatto shall be brought as! afore-
and shall therefor suffer death.
nny of the crimes aforesaid, or any said, upon examination of the said ,
other crime made law Sec. 56. Be it further enacted, That
capital by or free negro or mulatto, or other testi ;

shall bejacci'ssary thereto, every such mony,shall he of opinion that the said any negro or other slave duly convicted -
slave shall on conviction thereof suffer of the crimes robbery from the
: free negro or mulatto has migrated or
deatlj: be exceeding person or burgh' 'ry shall suffer death,
or
whipped not been transported or brought into this
thirty nine stripe, and havo his I.. Territory and continued therein in or have his or her ears nailed to posts

or her ears nailed to pc.;t-, and thereto contravention of this act, it shall be and there stand one hour and receive

stand for one hour, or shrill have the duty of said mayor or justice to thirty nine lashes on his or her bareback !
the discretion of the court.
his hand burnt with. heated at
or cr : a require tho said free or mulatto
negro Sec. 57. Be further enacted, Thatit
Iron in the
court at discretionof
open to enter into a recognisance, with one
iho shall be the duty of the courts of
court or more good securities in the sum of
this charged with the trial
See. 39. Be it further enacted, That two hundred dollars, payable to the Territory '-
of slaves to assign and appoint counselto
if any negro or mulatto, shall assault Governor for the time being and hisSUccp.ssors
defend any slave tried before themin
any white woman or child, with an in- conditioned for the personal all cases, where tho master oC any

tent to commit a rape, such negro or appearance of the said free negro -
slave his agent or guardian tails or
mulatto shall be cropped], branded ,or 01 mulatto at the next county
de-
refuses to employ! an attorney
suffer death the discretion of be held for his and
at the court, to county, fend such slaveand all such attornies
that lie she will abide and
or by
court. per-
shall receive for their services, from
Sec. 40. Be farther enacted, That form the order made therein by the
'the master, owner .or guardian of
if any slave or slates shall feloniouslytake said county court ; on failure to giveor such dave, any sum that the court .

steal and carry away, an/ goodsor enter into said rccognisnnce: the shall deem reasonable, not exceed-

chattels, he, she or they so offending said magistrate or m<*yoi shall commit ing fifty dollars which shall be recov-

and being thereof legally convicted the said free negro or mulatto to jail, erable as other debts of like magni-

before any justice of! tho' eace, there to remain until legally discharged -! tude. "' :

shall bo deemed guilty! of larcenyandthe by a court haviug jurisdiction of Sec. 58. Be further enacted, That .

master, employei, or overseer of the C9**>- whonovor it shall be found nerp ary

\ slave, shall restore the goods and Sec. 50. Be it further enacted, Thatif to examine aoy'sl v as witness on

chattels so stolen recovered, to the the county court, before whom any any trial, it shall be the duty of the
such free mulatto shall be
owner or owners thereof and negro or
any such trial
sitting on
court
or justice ,
wave so offending, or who shall be : brought as aforesaid; shall after trial, before such witness shall be examined,
I '
thereto before the fact satisfied that the said free negro or II
I
accessory to charge him to declare to the truthin I
shall receive any number of lashes i mulatto has migrated or been brought the II
following manner ; you are I
: into the and contiuued
not exceeding thirty nine, on his or I Territory brought here as witness, and by the ,
her oar backby order of the justice herein contrary to this act, they shall '"
; direction of the law, I am to tell you ,
and the master, employer or overseer direct the said free negro or mulatto before evidence that
you give your ,
to enter into a recognisance with one
J of such slave, shall stand charged with tell the truth and
you must nothingbut
more good secu-tties iu the sum
of or ,
the costs prosecution.
I the truth, and if it be found hereafter -
of five hundred dollars payable as
t Sec. 41. Be further enacted,That\ aforesaid, conditioned that, the said that you tell a lie and give false :

if any negro or mulatto; bond or free, free or mulatto will depart and testimony in this matter,you will for

shall be found guilty of giving any negro so doing receive thirty nine lashes up
remove without the limits of this Ter-
false testimony, every such offender ony our bare back; and have your ears
ritory within ten days from the date,
hall have his or her ears nailed to nailed to posts, there to stand for one
I. and never more return within the Units
f posts, and there to stand one hour, hour."
of the same, or the court may at
and moreover, receive thirty nine their discretion take the bond of the Sec. 59. Be it further enacted, Thatit

}lashes on bis or her bare back. said free negro or mulatto, without shall not be lawful for any slave to

Sec. 42. DC it further enacted, Thatno security, for the performance of the! possess in his or her own right any t

person having an interest in a slave conditions as aforesaid, and upon failure horse mare, gelding, mule, or any

shall set upon the trial of such slave. or refusal to give such recogni- : cattle or sheep whatever, and if any

Sec. 43. Be it furthsr enacted,That sancethe court shall make an order, slave shall be so possessed of such

if any person shall keep or cause to be to be executed by the Sheriff or the property, the same, .shall be forfeited

kept any\ avc on a plantation} or settlement ministerial officer of the court. making and may be sold,, by order of any

without having a white man such order, for the immediate sale of justice of the peace,. and one half of

-, 00 the same, the person so offending, the aid free'negro or mulatto, for the the proceeds, aj\er.Deducting. : costs

shall oo conviction, be fined five dollars term of one year to the, highest bid and charges, paid 'into the county

for each and every month that der, and the sheriff shall proceed to Treasury, and the other 1talf shall be

such slave may be so kept to be recovered sell the said free negro or mulatto atone paid to the person prosecuting.

by any person suing for the year's credit, taking,bond and security Sec. & Be further enacted" Thatin

same before a justice of the ,pea.ce. .' for the payment of the same to.. the trial of aujTslaY*? in ,the Superior -

Sec. 44. Be it further e7la ted.That the Judge of the county court ; and court, the same rules and regula-

& bc4y of men slaves exceeding seven iu case where the said bond shall not tions shall be 'observed as are now

14 In uutntar, aud without hawing a be complied with or either of the re observed in the trial' of free* persons.

white pcr-ui with them shall not cognizances aforesaid be forfeit (J'.suitl Sec. 61. Be tr/ reVenpefa'Thatif

travel in high read, and slaves thus shall be brought thereon and recoveries any negro or mulatto, bond or free
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I found in a body, may be whipped not had in May of the courts of this shall commit'' anjot;; rimes or

v. I exceeding twenty stripes each, without Territory having jurisdiction of the misdemeanors against the laws of this

reference to the civil autboril/. lUle 5 and of aUl BWiitsft* recovered Terrier/, it shall be lawful for the









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