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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: June 9, 1829
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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.
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r03LIHJC) IVERJCLJ, BT I! Any i individual l or body politic or corporate I:. For the.annual support ofa blacksmith s\x thousand three- hundred and sixty I riot otherwise appropriated to the '

V7 1KLSLL: : 311" if HIIV such there be. : and miller, and (for furnishing' one lundred on dollars and eighty! six cents. purpose of repairing bridges walls, f '
nd ,;
sixty, bushels of tilt (
under tie
Sec. 5. Be same
4. rllbfisltr of c.Ac Lalta of lit Vnilc.l talClf itftcrttrcnaacd, That I treaty one thousand five hundred dollars I F'f furnishing the President's I Ihous&under II nnd other works, on the Cumberland -1 :,

awl o//Ae Tcrrilrrlof Florida. the Recister: and Receiver of the i For the payment of Ihe |>rmmetit annuity i. the direction of the Proj I j ,Road, East Wheeling, where the \I a

r TERMS. Land Office n' Saint Stephens be, under the fourth article of the treaty.I sidentof she United States, fourteerithonsad i iI lame may be necessary, in the judg* j I

f FOUR 1>OJT.AUfi'rannnm: in advance; j ifjviyment and they are, hereby invested with I with the jYiiatnies.of tnrtoty third October. I } dollars.For.he I mem of the Superintendent for the ; 1
i is deferred gix moutlm, 1'IVK I direct one thousand eight hundred and twenty -
; to the in
power manner which I of the said road id
f nuLLARSniil' be required.BT2 j six twenty five thousand' dollars. purchase and enclosure of I purpose putting j'i i

1; : Advertifeinrnu inserted conspicuously Jit j all claims to lands and town lots, which i For the delivery of iron, steel, and tobacco the sqare numbered two hundredand I repair ; and the! said Superintendentshall : .

; ONE DOLLAR evcrv ftiirteen l Imrvfur have been confirmed l by this nnd former : under tiw same treaty, and fur the em- fin nine, on the plan of the city, bo appointed by the President i I 'i'iLif .

.; J (he flrstlnferlJontnd 1 FIFTY' CEVJ'S, acts of Cotfgrpss, in their District i plo>-raat of luborrrs, one th-juian l oneFor eight) tbiisund dollars. the United States, and shall receive .
for each %l uaace-longer one in hun4rcd .t..llal" :
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pro- shall be located and surveyed, having : tiltannul support of the and For rpairs and expenses of the the 3-1 me compensation as the Superintendent t

portion.ALL K1NUSOLI' I regard to the laws, usagcsHiid customs iiiGm ;Miamie i, ana the i-dication l poor of their fire appratusof: the Columbia and of the Said road west of .1

. t of the Spauixli Government on thiitSuIjert 3 Oath! under jixtn aiii.-le of s lI\iii treaty,, FranklmEiiginn: Companies, six 1 un- Wheeling.Approved. 11 t' i,
; a ITlflNXFULLY J 1ir1' t and also the mode TWit ,housnlldl.lollAr5. '
adopted dred -3rd March, 1829. f
( dollars.:
1 RCCKIVUD, AND' PROMPTLYASH I Ity l the Government of the United ; !- 4)t rtkiiiif good deficiency in tip! aplIoprijin nttirty l : ;
the
to into rflVit the '' To e..hle tho Picsident: of
J\lflil
!(' KXVCUTRD 0.1: REASONABLE"iMtMS Suites in the claims carry [PUBLIC, No 42.] \H.,.
surveying confirmed 1
I AT THIS OKF1CK. .rticZe ot'lhe in-aty of Ihe c-cnnd and tnirdf. Untied, Sfiies 'n contract *iih Lingi An act to authorize the President of the 11
by virtue of the second and .. June one thousand eight hiinihvd and in .. ) .
This number commence: the sid h year Persico t(. execute two slv.t.ies United Slates to cause the *' 'v (i J J

lince the present<< Editor; updated before: third sections ofan act of Congress I twenty Indians,five sixteen, "iih thousand the O
rh> Public ill the iCKpoiiMble daliau he entitled; "An act regulating the grants II and five dultars and n-als. Jolla rs.For be exposed to public s ninety forty
then assumed. Since nat l'\'u.d, his piialo ILI. I- of lands, and providing for tho disposal For the payment of the sum sfipu'atcd: il'l I balar.ce: compensation te N. Be it enacted by the Senate and J

. .' r > ('mtc'c'r: s h.tve given plavc: ti puMicduties. cube lands of the United States r'the second ankle of the agreement! enu-t f d I i Geveht for sculpture in the Capitol, house of Representat; + of the United t f I

'iJ riiri.tcas. ill to the d<'fjinjer..iHnd iimi'Otti.ite have become attention.so in- south ot the State of Tennessee' ," I into with the W IIlIIebao Indians. on :he J. seven hundred and (r.fn'lloHars. States of Amtrii.a in Congress Jt

,. the third of March twenty fifth of-August, one thousand right assembled That the ',
approved one President be
,
,
That of his time now belev. Ser. 2. And be enacted ,
,. nome portion may I hundred and twenty right, twenty tlio' and I itftuther I
1 : .. .'td to the settlement of his outstanding thousand eight hundred and three ; I doll 1\1 s.For Thiii the Pirsident of the United and lie hereby ;is, authorized, at any i J

eh-. a;id to private correspondence, he and that so much of the fourth section the payment of the permanent! annuity States I be, and lit1 hereby! i2ialltloriy.p.11.f! rime that hu shall think proper to r
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hii 111 uellr. .). for the present nt least, (her of tho. "Art supplementary iheseveral stipulHt in the second arricle uf the cause! tin) reserved S.ilt Srinus und : 1.4.
ii'i tatiie4hio Arohiier.i ut
tojwimn.-
.-'prati')n of A. L.iutdt)1) J..q.: iu the 'treaty' wait; 'ibp'Potiakvailind 1ftMJIs) of the lands, In the Stale ol Missouri ,
acts for adjusting the claims to the Capitol, HS hm ... L... ,.....csarv contiguous \ ;
'''- 1t
.. Kditoria1: duties.i twcntie'h or fpVrmue!, O'ae thousand eight f
; the United States
.. belonging to I
land offices in
land ;uul establishing: for the rtilior of the work to 11
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.. March 17lh, 1829. I hundied and twenty eight, t"f"> tl.oui.and ex .
--,-----... -.. ...- tin District cast of tho island of New dollars. be dune the Capitol under the amid unclaimed by iudividuals to be I

I .La';;;-of the Ut; i t d-Sf-f *. I Orleans,"approved the eighth of May: I Foi Hi payment of the liniivti anniihvstipaiLted first section upon of this act, a: his present exposed to sale: in the same manner '.. .

-- one thousand eight i hundred and fveniy I in the same article, oncthou.aui! of compensation. that other pubhr! I lands aru authorized } *4
-- rate
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two, as iutrrffjcs with the power I For n.the purchase of oods ant the payment Set 3. And be further enacted, by law, to be sold. }'*

granted to the Register and Receiver : iu specie stipnhihd iasuil) ii tide, Th.tt the Commissioner, of public Approved-3rd M.irch, 1829. I I *

>?*tw5i4A. of the Land Office at Saint Stephens, includiiig, tranxportutioi, tort) -ivu thousand -' buildings; annually! m.tfc1 to Congiessit [PUBLIC, No. 43.] ;I fAn ?*

.t be, and the samr is, hereby repealed. five hundred doilnrsFor I the commencement of the session; act to aulhonz" the President of 1'ie I rr
the of and -f i. ,
Iiiiniig, iiiloiisils
-p : t'qjij Sec. 6. And be further cnacttd, specified expense ill SK>A aiticle/ scvtntlousai I i I it-port; of the MM: nner m which all UniU'.l .States to cause the reservedl. j '

That certificates of confirmation aud <:l five Hundred dulian. .tppr<.>pii.iiion> for the public buildings! 'a.l! Mines in the State of Missouri, 1'- !

patents shall be granted tir'a1l) Lands For tob.irru: iion. gird erucatiow, MII iiid /grounds) have been applied-of to be- exposed to public! sale, and fur I' J J'i"Jf

unity to f pi 11toi.1: Chief, ein.loymeiu of i other !purposes*. )
and town lots confirmed by virtue oJ the utlmlJIr of public 10.3 sold or ie- :
Nijoiers.: and ;>urclia&e of Idiid granted to l lie it enacted by the Senate and J ;
the of this act in thu s.mie old each of the
provisions -
flaming un> year
Nancy liamHt.tno rhoulhl.tlIUJ" hundred .
lions'1 of Representatives vflhe United ? i:
BY AUTHORITY. manner as patents are grantud foi I Itll') .i\ly do'lars. condition of the public buildings and States of America in Congress j ? : ,.

lands and town lots conii toed under For the payment of clainn against thel'atUvtanm.18 ;public grounds, .,,;..1 of limo niea..uiedtucfssaiv *
LAWS OF TilE L'MTKD! STATHS, PASSED assembled, That the President be i t
tie thud ,
in
stipulated ailic
foimer acts of Conft'is.S"C. !! to he takc-n fcr tilt; -
pieservaiibn -
AT THE SECOND SESSION OF THE !I' of fetid ticdlen! thousatd eight! hun- and he i is hereby authorized, at any I. i'in
7. And be further enacted, I and care uf the public pro-
TWENTIETH COGItESS.I UHM! r.nd niiifly five dollars. time that he shall think r proper, to
Thlt: the Si'crotaiy of I the Treasury For of nsrertainiiig the value .* '
expeiites pony. i .
PUBLIC-No. $4..n .] cause the 'reserved lend mines, and .
[ be, and he is hereby, amhorizc'd andeinpovered of properly belonging to th. tuisjionarxlUdaidishinent Approved-3-d; March, 1829.
ia.* the lands in the State of Mis !
ul Register
\ Art co'tfirinini I Reports make surh tlif removal uf which i> contiguous .. ';
and Receiver of 1he J.anrl Oilier for to compensation .r-/\ided for in the of No. 40. to the United Slates! ".:
fifth article the saititretty | PrBLic, ] sours, belonging '
the District of Saint tju-p.-cus! in the not exceeding two bund)red and ...
I II three hu> drd dollais. I An act milking: a.lditionul nnjiropriations[ and unclaimed by individuals, to be .
State of A'.iib.im! ) iniid, for other puposis. dollars in addition to I the sum
fifty For
coiiipumHiioii to Cherokee Indiansptnitrtatiiigfrom fte
I I for completing an.l renaiiiiijj piers, .Ir sale in the
cspoied to same manner
!'c it enacted by tin Senate and : already pnidto the present-Receive, I wit hit. the chat tried limits ir.ijiroveait-nt (f f ceitain liarh.?rs, _
; that other lauds authorized 'i
Iluuc f Representatives: of the ( of i'ie Slat of t GeoigM.in Ilt&ue of tI.<* public are 4\
( the Land Office nt Sam! Stephens : ; p :1I1': } ot" the nivijjaiion: of r-rtain rivers -t ..
tuE Staff of Attrica in CwzrcssC3StfliJli4'l as to him may seem a just un.l proper' di' <,\'isiiu ul the tii-dly of the iix.H! of i\1".v Be it enacted by the Senate and by law, to be sold, except as 'bremaftt'r '

That dll the claims to lands equivalent fur the services renderedbj one liious.iiid eight hundred and 1\\111) Haute of Representatives of the U1i.itt provid d. ...
eight, with ihc Cherokf-es of \i tkttiiu.) -
; ... ..... .. Sec. 2. And be it ftrti enacted.. -:
abstractsilrnomiirtted .
in the ,
nun lovni lots contained : him in the discharge or ino duties upon the SII|jJllOlill 1:111 HlU IUt; IInuun'u IIIa.v It rftstca ,1" ; V"-8--- That six months: notice, at least, of ---------

AnlHuhr.rone, D, number : undr the provisions ot an act of Congress emi:; iaievitiin!! the \ear, tli-tt is I to say : assembled, Thai tlw lolhuviug sums and of the said sales "
the times
places
: ono, F, number! out, F, lumber: i passed on the third day ol! For lilies. iucki'Hiig! n balance due on Ill t'hpurchnf !tin, :nnd tht- same are heieuy, appropriated .
such of
,. >fil last yt'utl r hl..kl'h.fJ. It.-ItS) shall be given in nawspapers .
onn, ivpurtt'd to the! lYcMSurv lijMrtmeni March, one thousand eight hundred kcttle, ind lr: tobacco! ten thou-ai.u: entiuixlrcd to wit: : tfenural circui.itioH, in such of thtf ; .

liy thr nr' :.SIf'r and Keccivorof and seven. and twenty lour do'lars aud seventy : For repairing the danvtr's sustriin- I '.
twenty
Status the President think ex-
the L Hll Ol1 .'C (for the District ANDHKW STKVEN'SON, five ceis.! ,-d by the piers under (:()construction tI ; as may ..
brief of"
with
uedicnt
in the Stale olAlabtrrM euutives. I"r expeiisf transportation of ihoai1article th' mouth of Os<*-. river fiom a a description
of S litH Stephens, Speaker of the House of H* pre" 'jio .
in Missouri and of
mineral
dollars.! the
thousand region ,
', two .
under tin provisions of the JOHN C. CALHOUNrice I se\vre c-de in October 1 lIst, seven ;
'
For payment forpmpeify which lay beabanuoned the lands offered fur sjle show;
aciofCtwgrfssoi (the third of March, \ President of HIt: Ih.ited SUU-s a"rl ; by Chfirtkees, emigrating lioniicoigin I ihouind four hundred and:! sevinils'two to ut' :.., 1.illg 1.{
President ofthe bti.aVe.pproved the uniht'r: and the localities of
thousand eight hundred and twentyseven ( five:thousand dwllais.J"ir itolhrs.
one \ 2nlIa..ci\ II, 1B29. the uiflerent i mines now known, the r .
bo and iln1 S.UMC are, hereby expense of emigration, beiuij: ten For closing the branch made: in thepniinsnl.i
ADAMS. I
JOHN QU1NCIY doll igpcr head, five thousand d.,*targ.I (probability! of discovering others, tho JI (
confirmed, to the extent: therein For one yt'.i's jirovisioiid for emigrants: ," \ at P retie I Kh: 13ay Penn- quality of the ore, the 'facilities for ... j

.rnrnmm.MirU'd..... .. f.T COttfll. moIIIIfcj t1on. [PUBLIC, No. 36.J I nfre,> thousand dollars.or aUvduia, ':'t\veu tiion.-tand: three hundred I \
U _nO __.._._ r .. ii__ I Inking i ii;, the further 'facilities, it \ \
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, An acl .10 continue me prt"seulI11U1u: 01 t' gratuity' oi I'L u'n ooiiars' 10 cacn L CCIIIgratut I I and ninety dulbrs and \Wdll'' \ 1 1le.
of sheet .
1 riunufactories shot. ..
:States. I inv \
supply ing the A rait' of tiif United : article of the ;
''Pint c'iiims contained in a< pi r eighth treaty ivr cents. *
*
I, t'U special Be it enacted by th: Ssnnte and House five (HOHs"nd dollars.\ of .;;. and! p.iints, and the means and i .

reports, numbered one to four, inclusive of llepre m'l1ive. of the United Stales of For cum(Iftlsalioll of appr i! ei% of properly For completing! the erection ';xpt'use of transporting the *\.Liil Ie to t ;

; and in a supplementary. report Jimmca in Congress aisembled, That 'he I abandoned by emi ;'anu.u pro\idt'ct{ !)ierS at the nouiu of Dunkirk Iiir-; !tho piincipul!! markots hi tc! United

of the said llegisicr Iud Receiver, sixth seven th, eighth, ninlli, and tenth tec. I in the i'ighih article of said treaty and uf hor, in the Slate of New York, imutlunisaud '

aforesaid be, and the same! lions at the Act enlilled An act regulaliug lIch other person* a, it may be necessary eight hundred! and twelve Slat s. f". }
made
: as the taffofthe army of the Unit! States," to employ in necu'ing the prov'uions olkaU Sec. 3. Aitd be further enactee\ .
dollars and 'cntfive cent%.
confirmed.Sue. s \
are, hereby ;pa Krd April the fjurtreiith, e\\ilcfn\: \ hundred article, fc'fx thousand five hundred That in all c:m-s of confirinaiioii; or 1 "
be it enacted and and the eighth section dol I a rs. For completing tho removal of obstructions -
3. And furthfr eighteen '>*!t'i of Luids i 1. IMissouri, reported f :,1;;
or the of I ne act entitled All H( t to reduce and For compensation: for improvements HI the mouth of Aslit>tilth i .
That evi-ry person or poisons Pfnce KstHulishment' of which be abandoned\ too Cherokeesof ,o rontain lead ore, the pall-"'-. >hall :
ol'such fix the Military !may by Creek, Ohio, six tiious'ind, nine hundred -
legal representatives. persouor the United States," passed M..rch the Arkansas, 'as is provided i in the f.uitharticle and dull'tisand fivi.rents. be-issued in the person in whse favor

persons, who, on the fifteenthIdny; ol econd, eighteen hundred ttnd Iwenty one, of said 'treaty., estimating for one forty : .. twenty ; the confirmation' has been made, or.

April, one thousand: eight hundred Sf are herebyontiuued in force for five year thousand heads of tiinihei." thirty seven. M the pirrcitaser: fromhe United ;
consecutive fioni the passing of this act, and thence to thousand dollars. For completing the removal) : } of obstruction ,
thirtocnhadfor ten years htir & -
hi'irs orassiguefs as
I bi.m-s, or .
the end of the next 5e**>ion of Congress For compensation appraisers of property at the mouth of Cunning-
prior to th .t day, been in possessionof thereafter, and! no loiger. so abandoned in pursuance of same 1t"111' Creek! Oliio: two I thousand nine in o1lodrV cases: of confirmation ofs.dt. 1

a tract of land, not claimed by any Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, TiMt the article and for expense of removal of aged ,

other person, aid not exceeding the better to enable the Commissary (Seneral and infirm Indians, five thousand dolla. :lundred and fifty six l'hl.tm-! Approved 3rd N-rch, 18217.PCBL.C ;

contained in one league of Subsi#nee to csnj: tuto eff.-ct ihe provision Set-. 2. And be further enacted. Tnai For improving Cleveland L1trb'r,

quantity that uf the above specified aria, therebe the several sums hereby appropriated shall Ohio, twelve thousand one hundred [ No. 45.] ;

square ; and who were, on day, aipoiilVd two Conllui.urie to be ,ak,1 I be paid out of any 'money in the 1'1 easury and seventy nine dollars. \vi act pnwidiiv? '"' cediiijf) to tlu.Stato'

icid.at in that part of Louisiana situated t- from the line cf army, one of wnom shall not otherwise appropriated.Appioved For : liu- removal! of obstructions ot South i.Volina; the juri diction f\"er. I

east of Pearl river, and west of hare ii\: same rank, paw, anti emottln lIlII, i 2nd March, 1829.: completing; and the ti"""'e to, a certain tract of land
below the and th. other with tae at tIle mouth of Huron river Dearborn the eaid: f
the P.Mdido, and thirty-first as Qjarterma ; called yuunt Ju
of Xorth latitude, and h.id I rank, hay and enoluuieuts! of AssistantApproved t[:PUBLIC, No 33.: ] 0 :Iio. five thousind nine hundred State. .. ..

degree Q'la r.I'rro"sh'r. An act making appropriations l for the public and thirty, five dollars. lie i' enacted by the Senate- and .
such of land I .
of tract ,
still possrision 2..d Alarch. 1S21.PUBLlCTNO. buildings and other purposes.\
.k-.li h..minimized..... to, file their claim I lie it enacted by the Senate and I For completing a Pier at La Plni- ff"u ofReprese'ttativesoftlIe Vni-+ ; J.$ :
T.11411 Uw u. -- '
uu-e; : : Bay, Michigan: Tewitory, two nUt States of America, in Congressasttmblcd. t
in the manner required iu oth'if cas's, [ 37.] house Representatives of tile United -II h ,

before lh' said Register and Receiver An act (JI the relief of the Nary hospital I States of.America, in Congress hotjs..nd: three hundred; and! ei:tjeen ;h- That the Secretary 'of

for their decision fund. I assembled, That the tallowing sums dollar. Warbeaiidheis: hereby, authorizedand ; .1 : ,
Srtint Stephens,
at D: it enacted by the Senate and House of For continuin;; to improve the navigation required to appoint a Commissioner : f
the of be and of
thereon. And it shall be duty Kp-utnlalirtgoflht United States of A- appropriated paid out any : t
of the Ohio and such Commissioner ,
hear in the otherwise Missiisipjv to meet : as
the said Register and Receiver to mericnin Congressasseiablcd, Thai the "nmof money Treasury not '
thousand rivers, fifty thousand dollars.: be appointed on the of the :( !
five
and record. the evidence offered to one hundr..tRnlt twenty appropriated, for the following purposes may part :: \

such claim ; and if the same dollars) be, and the same hereby is, appro. respectivel!)', to wit : For removing obstructions in the State of South Carolina, to assess thE r \" j f.,

support priated to the Navy h".pual fund; and For and other work Savannah river, below the city ot"Savaiiaah value of a tract of land on the Cntavw 1
sufficient proof; repairs necessary '
established
by of
:. shall be to : the provi:)ious of this I that the the Treasury same ,6e on paid the by requisition the Secietary of the to be done in and about the I in Georgia, being a balance ba river, ai or hear Rocky Mount, : N"1 .
agreeably
section he said officers shall, in their Commissioners of the slId fund, out of any Capitol and its enclosures, eighteen of appropriations carried to the si% r- (and commonly known as Mount I

;i ,recommend: the confirmation mOIl>y in the Treasury not othcnrisu ap thousand seven hundred and sixty plus[ tond on the thirty (first of Dc- Dearborn,) 0"n much thereof as in

report, proprialed.Apioved. ceinbftr, one thousand eight hundred the cpinion of the Superintendent of .
dollars and three
in other two sixty cents.
claim ,
as
such
of the right to ; 2nd March, 1829. !
four ..1
That no mo re land ; For erecting fourteen additional and twenty eight, twenty Public Woiks in South Carolina maybe -
Provided
.: shaH cases be: reported for confirmation, by L PVB IC. No. 38.] lamps in or around Capitol square, thousand four hundred and iiuieiydoi'lars. important or neccssury for tha l 'J j

i ii actually An act making appropriations for carrying two hundred and ten dollars. completion or preservation nf the
r viI tUl' of tins section, than i.ito effect certain treaties with the Indian For four I Sec. 2. And be *further enacted, purf.c works of said Stain : Audit 1 .i.iiJid
than ii contained keeping lighted twenty
claimed by the party, or tribes, mid for holding a treaty with the shaH ..
the acknowledged nndnsct'rtamed PaUawatiraaa.He
within buuudaries of the Iran it tuactedby the Senate and Ihuie of hundred( and five dollars. priated shall be paid out of any 'money to the! w.iua of said laud, they arc

( jh'dlth" of R'prescntuiites: of the United Slatct t f A. For erecting nn iron rail fence and in the Treasury not otherwise hcn-by authorized to choose, jointly "J'
; claimed: ; nor provision aitcmbled, That the following ihe
mtrica in Congress appropriated. third commissioner, assessmentand
central that of the a
confirmation gate on part public
this section authorize lie( l.e, and the lame ate hereby, -
sums 3rd March 1829. valuation of two of whom '.
;1L of the which adjoins Approved, any
the ground west Capitol -
sold ,
of land\ heretofore by appropriated via? :
t United any States. I For the annual ,npport of a school forth the circular walk, twenty eight. [PUBLIC, No. 41.] when certified uuder'their hands aud 'f".,1
under the seals shall be condus t.'c.
Indian
youlh.
,
education of hundred dollars. '
I Sec. 4. And be further enacted fifth August, one thousand Ann act for the preservation nd repair: of Sec. 2. And be enacted #:jhi. "
trenty of the To complete the north; front of the the Cumberland: UOt!. further :
That the confirmation of the cUhns hw.ulied and twenty six, with thChippewas the State of South .- f
: eight dollars. President's house, accordiug to the Be it enacted by! the Senate and That so &OOH as Vi
thousand
provided for by ibis act shall amount one ) United Carolina'shall! into the Treasury
the pay
.I 'if
of the a inuily to the original plan by erecting a portico, ffoyse Representatives S t
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pnly to relinquishment for ever, on Fortlif payment of the United States the amount of ,
a
nuder the treaty of the six- twenty-four thousand seven hundred Stales of America, in Congress;
4 \ the of the United Stales, of any Pdttawatimait hundred such valuation, the- Secretary; Wac .'i
hundred
of
; part tecnth Oct.b rone, thousand eight and sixty nine dollars and twenty asittiiblcd. That: the sum one -

claim whatever, to the tract of Lind and twenty six, two thousand dollars. five cents. thousand dollars be, and the be, and he hweby, directed to con. .

\ om! town Inn so confirmed, and lhat For fulfilling: the stipulations ol the same For work to be dona on and about i same is hereby grsnted, to be paid f vey to tlto State of South Carolina: all ."

; ) nothing herein contained, ; shall be conjriod -" I treaty in mgatJ! to educatipo, t"'u (housmdI : 'thn h Pre id ntf. house aad enclostire, put.of.aity. roooay* 'io thfc\ Ttealufv i tire right $ lUlo oJ the Unit cd State?,, t:

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i.! )r .Rnd. after tta execution of said I rsi HIK! most enthusiastic! cheering I It was brought forward i ndiHt-he Porte vohnit.irily to SItU f M :')::J', t.. ..! 'III., cruize. Thetht $

the walls of P.arI I by ilnltie Mr. Fox the ISih of 'ZMii\rcil 1//, 't-'e'.h ult. '
acuhvejarttc, the jurisdiction i of the ever hoard wiihiu on t HP si ntence of its own ruin. A gmt > on : briy

tJiiiiedrSlflio> -Vipr>ilie soil so conveyed I liament. Marcf' 1779, and was passed by a I mprr> ilnH15 made hy those past U ilium.; ortJii9tuii.fr4-n Xib.ira for M*.

_ _: lie, and the samo is hereby, A London correspondent l of the 1 large /Irn'ljority uti tho 18th March, 5''rfRt'S in thy royal speeches which ; ,t 11:1'I n tlieiue !in if id'tre h:1,111.*o. jgo The of NRI ice-hrz Hiid*..uleftii.c put

retroceded to the State of South Ca LIverpol "Mercury, under date of 1829jbe.iii\ lg precisely h>df a century.Assainatioji I ileut lOll t the friendly, rt"laliuwith I I on the SSili Much for fII'anAIl1

rolina.AuproveJ3i. April 15, says : *The report gains of tht Hussian Ambassador thcr! nations;, and the lifts Effendi is ''MIl .iinre' her. cnnii.f.) in the old Bahamaluuncl. :

Il March, 1829. ground that ED plan d intends lo op- in Pr.rsia. aid to have found it difficult! in un- : [: furl Fk side of Cub, for pirates I

--. ---- ______:_ pose some decisive measure to the PETERHITUEO JM .iM-h27. land them. .11<. questioned the: Dragimart ,I iad he in.-enran hca-d of o recent piracies. L-ft
r ,
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f.Jv. ambitious designs of Russia, in con- Lett of a friendly Court on the sub- ;,1I1 q-i.' ron on thai station.
I A "LL fran Teheran inform us of m K'0''d hoalfh. Tin-re were !:\'er\1

---" -. ---- scquMice: of recent information and ',a '1/irrriMe catH.sii.inhfj wliich took Y eel, and_jlesired! _to.kn (w..whvtJlr..tt| f lrni, .K > .1.the hriuVenList S
immoned for i.-alfb: fcMfir.K -
ronncil
the Cabinet J1
in the 8taciuu- whether ihesu -
-1C tiMi city on sum and asur.mces
'rI I i 1..1 HIS,
F
this afternoon in this city was .j .J ufOJifrrs attached to the U.
,
sup- rl ry ((17111 Fdtrll"'Y,) iu consciencef SI : were conformabU! to truth ?
pli31i to relate to the subject. j the suit States ship Natchez.
between he I
(1> a vuleni quarrel I le seemed snrpNed at the answer

Trie same couespondcnt 1 hinkrIp.1/ { 0 f M. ribojedoff our Minister: at that r eceivcd and expressed himself iu a I Wri BM r.ntrn. frwinndcrr II. W.g .

government will hav; to resort t' ':oerci j ; and ot the populace.ionie .- ) jour, some II tanner by no means favorable. 1\ Lel..,,uttn.ir.19 .. S Ha'!.,
;
viRle.
the 'Hem- | :
\v measure* to keep( c idlers having assembled before .
B. It. T," lj>u Xarvfyori
J/u
pl(,.y'dVI'.vt'rs quiet. !j he Minister's house dui int' the qiiarel ; Office< of ihe Chronicle' tivl Ifarylanilcr.L) M. [ ,4 1 tai/iMf V.! /P. Z -tz rer.:i,.;-r, Purser ; ". A. Stael.I. .
The London Sun of April says !j BALTIMORE: May 10-5 .
W.'TI1)f"
and
r, thought fit to take [part in it, I.. r.' F. Falio.V.. P l.ivmKtnn,
the Russians and Turks contiv; Latest from Buenos Ayrcs-To J C. LoJ..
may : I onus of them having been soon killed, :.: ''( .Mnorchrad, L

:Dy 'the Pfcsvhnt nf the United DUB ;heir preparations for 'w, but n immense crowd hastened from the ho politeness of Capt. Trull.f i liie j jchr. i i: 1.rh:411.: J. \\. Bu-ker, J. lIe IO.I. A.In.kos .

States of Amt.ric&. tony will not, we think, have ecourse : !' the r Maria, arrived; at this port on C. Fn.: Spi>ttsw countrymen
to S.
immediate hostilities wlen it i is': ittz-iar avenge Saturday; evening, in 60 da\ s from lSuenos l lirifli.1. M. L..i.. Ci M. White, Wm
of
bv an ct L"onJTf$ to arced the of the hotel nud in hunter,
t ; NT :
WIIK11KAS I pate .l1id8/
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:
i iL'ornmerci I|imr.ircl. p'1. :
"" States, of the seventhof known thai EngUnd and Ffnce are I of Cossacks Ayrcs, the editors of the Sv'.crt3wvt.! r.7pra -
Pita of the resistance our ,"flf"l-'S ..lfarJ r.
J a.iar>, one thousand eight hundredand t'sitlved-Ioruamlain Ipl'.tCe | ; Chronicle have received.iapers t1'&fS1v.ifl
diipo"lc'-J\.i !
nod. ;
of I
.lid of the P.ni,1O Guards, four I 'a Cfrifc ; Jolio Il.iy- .
Act
t*CI !v-r'Ur, entitle'!, "an of concerning ; in the EHSI nf Eniopi I vhoiu killed succeedoJ in utrt'in7 I. ; ; of that ;p!iICe: to the 6th M.uch, ;; .\Vn S (:-wr:.. CwnHJT .- \l. II l"'>t,
d. .crimll.ating duties tonnage v were p
TIm Catholic Relief Billg'iex I uclllsiBy them wo learn that; a Carpenter P.itr"-lc ::lrIiv, 4.l11i'.1l11J. r
and impost ;" it i! provided, that upon mtnjoperation (' to the inner apartments, I Si-wirll.
satisfactory evidence beinjf given to the on the tenth ily after its I number, of arrests had taken place hy .\tg'U"1'' .do' r. lti'Re-
I 'here ail th.tt cuutin their way were -_-------- .- .S, -- !
fVsident of the UlutCISaes, by theGovernment passage into a law, and thi3 its operation In vain the 4 order of the government, in ( ou.sequeuce -::-= "
!i.irriiirrd: to their rage. A T.s rr" 1 a1i .
of fore nation, that no \ G of information received of 41
gn i
any s j[
on l. W:4.
conjmcnc.es etlrgc .
himself! his 11.. 1
5ch ih accompanied by '
lisciiininatiug duliei of tonnajft? or impost another revolution. TIP: _
contemplated; : S r- =
xrc imposed or levied within the day.After I'on, S'-l'Mi Sult.Mi; Governor General s
tho Easier all the British Pnc.U of the 23tu F -h.
; Holtdtys,
ports of the: Rsid nation, upon vessels be- if Teher'iii, came with a considerable
IOIl'inghuolV to cltiz .)s of the United Catholic', Peers will t lie r.mi'led o. ;rOI'H to chock and disperse the riot say *, The names of some ot the

tathS ')'' \;, n nH'"c:1 H::,lisc, the p 'n- tak j tlu'ir seats in th+.! I II mse' of,I ILords. It late M. GribojedoITan' iudividnaU rested on the 24th inst.
Ivas
ers. too ,
.- or manuf\ .tnr' thereof; imported In 'rhy aie eight in number, has caused considernbl", surprise, ; 7rtirmmiarly -
his suite hid tlrcady fallen \ icum -
the svne: the President j is hereby authorised Earl fiom ihe rank which they
viz the D.ike of N-irtoIk the .
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to issue Mis 1'u"I:1'1Illon, d clari'i." \ to tin; rage; of *h.; assassins. OnIv
of Shre'shm'L.trd CliTt( >rd, Lord held during the late ministration/ ,
thhttli-lori'inn'
tonn.x.ije: and impost within th( Unite! j, Arundel, Lord Dormer, Lord Pelre.1.1I mj three other persons C's- viz-Don. Juan llamon ;..lcarrc.llu ,

States, are, and strill be suspended uudliscontinned j I Lord StatVord and L >r'I l Si ..mton.Thndiviiion Ci1)d the \\: was Minister ofV'dr.. Marine.Stc. t&S2 '

( *a far .is respects tin- vessels of il h. iI :.. -I'Jl1 ,"'1*. 1! e41n age. .( Gaicia rie Zimimiga, a 111f'.11'1"' oi > 3 aecisp5gTUESDAY.
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.._ and the
TIJ Stf JHirzn
S -p "''-' ''UI C .11 Dill ah Attnas: ,
... tvtiliff )
ui. & tJa.5 .Ige 01 the was : I the Junta, and] General linrq'u: _
its 'roduce or mU1'lr..clufP. impornvt into 1 - -- :
the United States in the sarue tl,' said is follows : whole corrf, are in thfgioatost consternation Aim tH; CZ.! second in romnnnd of lip- t' e > 't' N. .,- ..n 1'. 'r- .\
; I the latter Ins: : into ". iJ S_ %
Content gout-
U.pen ion to take etft-ct from the lime ol I I present 1/19 army under General Liiva'dejWe j !
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to the- President Proxies mouininr fur tight days. K.ijjer :c I Civil ; -
such notification being given 6.1 >!o indeed live in :Hiixiou!> tinie<.
ofthe United States. ft.'I d to cn1lLliI- I 213I give us ai i I in' information; which we aitr.rnath"c'hid JUNE 0-h, \S2it.f. .
\ w.ir is a sad ::cvf'r .
1' the reciprocal exemption of :I have r'ehi lo ileinand lif intends tof --- ---
a .
ue so 'isa I Not contour, present 76 party gains the victory, the country is .rie I'ltis /'tllr.
citizens of the U.r.tfdSta'eSt 'I
,'eCS bclong'tij. to send his [rl'iest\ son with the C-imac-m; .
Proxies i is that _
Our
merchandise at-jf/bvl, C3:; f .l w.is the sufttirer. hope I -- :-:-- S SLime -

thcrc-on! und laden: the, shall lit continued in J an -109 to d"nt-rai t Paskew i tehi, to cominuni1 an honorable teimiirdtion will soon .ll.tri.-tj) t U. lil;.kl' ".f tl.c M..il Itiui -

I rate to hiii all this particulars and ""- iVtnil I huia HJn-it_'ifu.'tj. vUuclili.ivv
1 '.ake place ii' ,hi: unhappy dispute
hl1ftr. .
i'Ju hi Hiri*. it ttctvsi ?Ui day lair,
exo.inruios! wh ch the irenc'ral-in- :
vrhen-as. satisU.-.tory evidence na i' :in tsituHlion
T: And ijorily 104, f jchief J and BUCIUH Ayres placed ..altt'II' lo Ch./i l v Ltd ariived hire inIllf
I '
received hme' fr) ii H'.s Imperial: d: olro respecting tins i I
been
may
GTP.CCC.fhn I IG..l'ca the
t
IJ intelligence from1 I 10 receive some rtfirn lor manys.icrificos I Sl.lgf tiukll (ll of Austria thrtiutt
Majesty: the Kmperor drciI,1 fll1 e'.l'IJt.LIJnlIJll .
'hitilin : made. -
Consult C'II'-- srues, 1 Turks had | s! has

I the ml in ai-ode the United Lcd Sl.Mvr: tes.his tint veftsuM wh.tl Oei'ii ;iaitz expelled( from! LivuJia! (evening,) April 15. I "EiTiempo")" of the 2th gives I .l,,. lsnti'0\: cl\ .

) beJo'i.% iiltf lu lltelillzeai! of tli r U.mod IHIa; sanguinary battle; with the af-I Get man; papers lo ih 8th April the: fotio\vii|{ I list of she persons arrest

t States y lire not, .ur lull be o-i HIt.'r| enteriu of P i mice Denied ins Ypsilanii$ I t I Gener.il \ contain accounts from Coastantinople: ; ted en ih" ,previous by tilt odor \I i ital' I Election 1st Monday li JCJIC,

Jt' ; any Anstmn port from *H4\ alter Church, in a very boastful! despatch whic'i are Ly no inrnns! favorable: to the |;nv' rll1rHlt. nd Kiid-! ', we be- :I I l t .l'i .1'

the firntdav of Ja-iiMty Uat. subject to thpa'ffient the opinion that the Turks: will ac- I
that th Castle of lii've that other lvcheci
announces j some persons JJscanJjid .
duticsof to,, \'lthm ReturnsJor cvnty ccx
"a :
of higher ? of the
cede toe i Allii'S
I to ( proposals ,
r VOl atiz t had: surrendered to his arms, i I \ arreswtl.-Snme days since the
levied onu..tnsl) slips : jtlfle.
I or Now thcrefms I, Mulrew Jr.ckmia.i'resid''it I Adminl Malcolm i is said to have Hnt :;: ror ratifyirrr; the independence ot i I (joverment received ittrtrmiono
I : Jl.mi. suitiix-tn Walton ,lbnY
- I of ihe United States of \nh ic.\, doIieivby a ship of line to Naples, to convoy Gre-ece. The Porte, '"I ways acting tliHt th'.y were p.-'c tr.g:: It revolution. civy; >u.!, 01 .6 4)SnutImnn'

r drclire hnd procl i'U that sornurh the English and French Annassuinrsback i I'upon: a system of duplicity( itself, can \ The I arrests vveiee\.'.'titeil, ill 2cItk ('- '., 15 17 4

of the several' .\ctii-nposint* duties to Constant :nool' ,ar In .iny other! appreciate n') oilier, \I\d l arronlnitflyjibe i yesterday; iftertuii!:." I C'Htf'n'i Hj :0 5 i.

on the tonnage of ships arriving the U. : couduci' ; of the Allies I is !set d nvn To'iias Jtian Jr-e 1)i LIli1uiLit:3 1J IS 7.II .
dtit pla 'e where it should! hed < tennine.d Don A.'iclioicnii: ,

bptwee.i ute', as the! vessels>discri.nin-iUnK of the E.npire of) j !hal; I ih'' nc oiiatioii: should! : bt- held.) I' as a piece) roliiieii t hypocrisy, which ,: Ancl'on.M'nVictorio Garcia: de Emiy-i, -114 -71 --U -

iU'i'rl'0 I vv'< *I. ,.f lU* Ui-tei Stiti-s, llussia und Tury -The I mu'ot-hc1: nun by more lefined( Jllp1icij j I EpitHsio ilel Cf. mpo : ]lanuei i lle'iiie- The furogoing1 wi .* .u! the voles ,ect.1src .
omnp.iii -
nttIIII'c1i.rm l \( tl ; the said !I I ty. But: the Turks may j ihlo Ajjuaiv Fr.inr.iico Aiinstinriancisiro l t'J 111'iprdlH| S uf C'n'CHtt'1 :i|"D4i-II. acIC -

ne ,
'C' \.i!![ !
: ; t.kc' dr u Iron' l": ehy; .1. '! n i ii: the tISI nny h1 considered i I before! I loin tin! there is bnrh :t i Iii!iir I \ i VYriclit' 'I41ILIi roidi.ie; ) J.Stw AMIHKW I* SIHPU .uN III4.
') ti 1L'iIt, I i
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sa"ipelll .. 1' .
,.. It.lvil.1J ** >* J ul # .c tl i' t ml ; JI.\H.U the .
C.nIh,
K.w. m...",.. %-l ...1 an rnntmiiK.mr 11 as l'<'iii'.i low illIi.lii.CczManfin"pli ;? Vit''I1If' i\lZ.i. Jose ill II.I.II t. U fjrwrd, so long .ts the recipr-icvl, exei>p- of Fch riurv: though the operations March 10 Tr : ires. :Atrin!:i rs tlct for I : IC.I; "
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holt '.1' tte vtraivls' of the Uni'fd StutfsS.M : ni'derl i ken displayed! \ moro activity .;. ilit/rr (JfJiiers.Gmi..ril, Juan' i In the City ol ppusa. 'h P.'S| crcop'.Miril
ufiht I
!! I be .Mutmued in the ports of< I lio 1 "- :1 i Magnitude.; 1 Acr/iriJin J.Iinan to HC- more I the puieuce i Europeap'iiis : I n.H11011 -4Ira rce. Geie.d; ilnrque t ; ns otaietl in our l.isf, J h) I ln-j. :->.t.rvnniuleil >

Aerial Do innions ")Austria.. t is I jrul' t to I the proof in Miult | M.irtiiifCnliMiel! foal It :iarue, ; : rtflf-i lln-liu (""-"<-i i.v1: | i.y ;i.nv

._ (iveti und.T my hand, r.t the ]I rouut from, 0Iesi, publishe-i J in 1 the voruiw to obtain conc'-.isions! $ frum ;d ii !'.r opening tlii- PolU : c :iieiillie lo!>..w a.,;
f JoM.inine
Li Col. Ju.in
-n. : /
-FA.1'. City k f\- ..I hui.toi: tliia: fir-I 1i {' Pans Journal t ; ; ufT'srin' -veok. 'ie) I (Porte tbe Irs i's I the latter se-i-' f t vole Sb ?i'i .oivn., .

: : '"iitti L1y' tit "1ay, in I at' Yt"4r II 1 (t'lsshns s had eil'-cf/d! .uiutiier l.imJiuw I inclined! to any negou.iinri.! T ; Joie.I'hcsf, t /fiwinMOH.. ;';-ujz. Aib.tt .
} l.u\1 t one tliU\I'u ::ndi\duilsvrprpcrdero.; ; ;: (! i in!: D.-:H rrla 1 ftli 2S: i 171 1'1)
i 'ir \'Olld tour | r.all.r>d Archia'.i '
: hf .I' at a OICH;
.'S- ,&, "" mistrust of the Div ,ui t tovvnds ii! I I' _
4 t t lU I liundn-d' and ht-ili. I '! an-1 had the Till k- > 1 ir.tshuieiu: i by the giVeuIIitIU---it'i
'J-M 'lestroyed t
nlll _. Jtiid iht- !fiFiy third yf iKeAudrcv ; I Chi I'.t I-iuI POWIJI.S Men* ises in propi'r n'snary cnntlemep; it was .;.Iid tIin -. .Making in all 167 97 2AZO ltkiS
i i'.hi bui; Mi'-s ;and l ma aziiir-s which: itCOt.iifl which ilif frii-n-lj of Col .
.. ;
Frul'l GJOiWS
thi'ir incesbatu 'tl
r'1 l'p'I4.j: 'I' ,.f' h tJ ol..tatl'', I tion .is it st's ; <: :: I. '. -
(!. T.ii iVvjs.'j: ;:ald!;, !followed T evifleo, thw others to Fat.aM.5.: \VA.TOV i.ltiiin lii* t'It'.li... .
of he median"Th" ,-
for .lie! : (
Jackson. i : ar'f'palltt';
I : I I'hey, weie emb-irked. on 1 lie morn- '.\'t .ii1* at a los* to) understand under
l so clnseupon the captnry of Si! s-: .
: Turks inc ot
the! !pt'pv.di; lit : ;'j'rilde jidtfimHI < he ljri tshn ltw tho who nrtcd >
Ey :>:! of the 27 h, ou hoaid j olr : ; Inspectors ui .raplhilllelof
I MAtt uN VA.VHUKKN. toli ii :|Iw i same: quarter, had; excited ,V th'u!<; but II.. Pl't iniL-it-Ji :n.ii General Ror.deii. Grneralsli I one thing we arc c. n ,inlUlTncni -

Secretary of Slate alarm along the whole rosf, and; 5: I : >M.Tr: upon his ?.** t!Itl' tolo object S Iatl I)Ill' c.indidair .cti,1 I not rine ?

___ _.m .L. ._ "=&... u.is I fe.in-.l l that uvailiuir-j i hemsd"l':5 ,! tu!: ne .::oti.itioilw, cannot raise thr; .1..11, I } '. B.dc.irci, II.. Martinez.: I .rb... fame iiumber of vuti4. 8$ they

---fl\-R\ ; of their superiority in the Black Se;;, I: ;Vh'-H: to I the pOi;0: from which tiiiI I ;iil.! L.OI. i riai iewere rue la'IIO111- j Wllul" !add we 'gil'y appotr.tcuVt _. 1lspec1oteivcd .
I v.Very I : :1 k ; Jen. H. Mai-tine? was i in
the ixiHsinns
might: venture to uui-I
present !: of the Powers i is to b. cousidj .
- I, poliry I Ii "11' m.he rest in plain uttiie.A \ ->mittp l lo stat* j in mir last liatCD !
; h iheniM'lves bcforo: Constantinople j i eiiui, and as t they are- un'sMto a ipprer.iaiH i I I \ A.HIL..l. iVIuRAT frnwrly aJ. caunciI i"
ckr.o of tho Government ofijilunst
1K lair from Kngland.tckcn as jUJI1oi the .season would per- motives af ; thrnnkn : i.to ropri-seiit the Cuur.tirs oiM Jt':1"'ri"n
t' UuIttlrOy: ; .\ I
(' his mii shiw; of.the line to invi ale safe I J I fisei I: I iie! mealing of iheS'ta : i iis'1II Hiul H i.nilton, in the L., i i4 I"lIvcC"lIlIril.
Tiu" )- >lIip ;iiiti .ui H'cd : : thu result ihs : sbjec: : of c..l.
:
I I of Il"- pr''sentalives* of I ihe pro- had wiihririwu rfor<* Jh'Jj''Vp eteijon .
L 11 th.it Turks
'tV York. Liverpool; ly. appears; tin were A :
bl"illgill; illation. Turk oi f distinctionsi'id :
( 1 i '
\ I } : ob.ert.y the Key UIMI
HS Stcr -
j vince fur the frs: of IMay i and moa-
'I lolf tItilldi Hull' London toBy equally anxious to begin hostilities as I la'ely, I 11 i is not for nothing that : fri'2i
pa-tIi I > 1 Ap'ii. this! ariivul thep'1adiI. ,I their anla; onisis, but not equally active. so much honor is done us-.4i is not ;J oil 1 I'Il' r' to to taken fat I the coin- I; !5irciip.tity! ;! ol George II Tingle; Ksq., tIP ,-.

intclhccnro U ivceivrd iiI They Ia.l preparations to carry ; menrrniKiJt of tho election cf the Lgiluiuive j Comic!, lie isan i i'!Ira'\II'
: for tliai much value '
: : .: ; notliiiij so is Hi-
I nu-fiioerswhoare! ; lo the Lei I j: Varna lie .main (lint the comp.iso
tit. Cat!\otic lit fief by .1 ; ,
rOIlI"
of
(ached $10 our ;&'itnt io->he em'itjcipn-
N th, ,tt HJ ; uislature.; i i C;:lldi.atc lo 'ftn'Hnt the County oi. Mnniof -
Bill t'l1tUll1h' the IJSl')1' Lot., IJY Governor of YaitM, G( n. Roth, was IION of the (Jreeks, hough our flue: at the next Ci.uncil."

....IUlIuI,4: : 'm.jontv: of f 101T V'J" .I informed of their intention; and unti- was burnt nt Nnvnrin and Frencti Djjice vr A Ier\-.C:: ttcst .rg :.!cr'

t
on tlr 13th thc bit'E Royal u their camp.- A sanguinary action wll ; and ihwe must bt ihe most im- 1 I several: arrivals: at Jlivunn, from Ve- '1 May4ih.

followed hut though t ra (/rn/, v e have received hit" information .
Its \
I as 4;' iij. Ilostilitifs between ; ninny Joi taut reavons' for such n proceeding. : 'tettt.t tc", \',' ('.' -C.0 .
i from'hat: city Tnnqu'-Jity ar.d or- I Lll
unit 1 Tuikcy hive; bctMi commrm d.Arrnrdinsj brave men ;perished on both side*, Bat you will not :succeed in ouiwiitiu ,;t-r hid lieeii in a great measure: restored ,I JLltcttnttirnnj J/VKJVI ( nvi'tillhiit /..

1r to the accu'--5 from 0- nothing moie docisivc than the relief tlc! Porte, and to induce it lo tale in Mexico. (inerr ro has been ins'aed!! \ Cjufien, l'if'irtf

- dc!
Va'na by afltItI attack; i look place.: and existence (lepers; ) nr mob, and the ar ny. (;ret I Imfiaii Key, 21* 33 (X)
p-to'li'HII: to carry; pet hips, Its : depends. I .
pr ofVanii The IJol H It wis expected would expectations ate entertained, that, il)) a 'Tw'nIy fiftiif' 'r 'e vall's ireJl ilI fur
-I- hut the Go "f'1111 or The Porle must see clearly before itHfls .
"oul"| )have least in the nhort time, some important chiigem! will I Ihe Crew uf lilt Kiftnitf Cutler \fnrioH\ -
of ar ; 300,000 men "
) U.MI. RGtlr.:15, informed t..ke place in the (lovermnent:, &.c of tliai! Deiluctin these Jai th Wio (f nuinbrr of

,_ _g thcli intt'I3tiU. and auticijjrpd: t't by Held Europeans ami Asiatics: ; but T1'seVord from the mouth of a country. At present the arn.y and uavv rots oUl ned b.11 L'otftite, it will be teen

11aI marcliiiig out Jiitd surpiisinpj i L'uaircltml" the exact; t.me at which the new Grand m.m i who is iniim.itcly ar.qiiainted are without pay, and the Trcnury: without I thai CoL iJ-tdtiienltHi n mrtjJroiL of I IG cf

Vizir would be able to humelf dollar. '1 ime and time alt must I the roln of the ClTlZE vs 'f jjrjrosConitly.
:i-i \ Riiiiiu'mury action followr'd, put with (ihe secieK of Tmkisli policy I ) 1 .
_ ll'iicthcr tin votes IFCJI by the
tue head of the army, was not known; put an end to such u stAte ot" naiionalmisery. ;
but, vioiigh; in iny niwn perished ott' provo thiil nobody !HS yet succeeded Cutter be Icg'tl, liarei lUg conijirtibc

t both .: Je* nut hill; more decisive tluii as, notwithstanding. the large; sum. in convincing the Divan of the real Co'iiniodore Porter, it is stron ''y reported doubts upon our tn;nd." .
; from tiiy s'cnt him from the treasury, he had 1 Il dtriicr* us (hut it .flul.1 ha\r !t"t'" V. en
ut.' irin-f of V &flU: danger intention of ihe Powers, and that ihf 'IAS left the service.
f t of nil ati.ifk took pUce. It is also fic't yet had it in his power to s-Jlisjj most ariivo negotiation will I Iad to The Spanish (1sek-.t; No: 4, anived lot I if ll-e Editor of the Hp.tdlIPI',1.'11? I II he'
I.- J inadr the remarks quoted. h.
I nbott > d ati.-
made the (the| demand; of (the Albanians for dicit H.ivrtiia on (lie 2G'.h. from Cadll\ full ot"u''npt
tacks but
:: said th.ii: -vcre by nothing to confirm the Turkish i tit t! himself to Ifgaiitv or illfalijy oftin
of and could leave Cadiz ins been declared tree
1 not a
THI ks ')iI tie points which the RusF.ians arrca. $ pay, Ministry! in tho illusion ilia; (iiuntorestedness voles of the Crew ol! the CutiPi "'Id had
A _- _r' .Ln _.._ .__ ..:.1.... :. poit. \
i.j ; have fortified bet wren Vanw and that paTi (U me cuuuiry WHHUMI incurring and the genernl good itrt' I Ifav.iaa that ,i "i, o tlislincilv atutn! "Iu.lh..r. Col. d'a.j'dpu
reported
wus a tttiong
the danger of a general uur- .! hail rl'l.t ivc.'IIIIt1Y rotes whi "."' ]1""Z'nlonhtfyil ; .\ Wit"
tic elillbe i in which they wei! constantly used in the
D negotiations as mere pie- militL'1' force was expcc'ed io l leitv.- l -fnr
had ; ( l [ W' h-ive never > thought
L iepuled.% Russian columns rection Numbers of ships been I texts, but that oilier objects are in Spur: under the command ol' the Cuu.itdc it IH'Cfi\ltr'V to niake ;" rfinnik ..i the snt-
juiltor repaired: so as lo form a pow l-spl Jes'.Ir./ition uiiicn<'.\ a. -
in ail directions his
wre hastening by (lie back ground. It is difficult even .jrct-hut a? llu lU'gislcr .t'rPct lima

forced marches) to the Danube. Trade erful ilrmitIDt,.'iI, if iiood sailors could for enlightened persons to gf't rid of The rJpanish Squadron, confuting of question, we ay, i'i ti: name iafjir fi"l'.t.t!
be _'ht'from the absence two ships of the line, 'our fnigte", six tho Polls be p-ir-ed for if none h-n "CITI
procured.
in fcugland and but for Turk it
continued depressed such is
prejudices!
whom the Ottoman a -loops of war; and sovtrd I tim.l: er vessel?, ZENS" had YOleJ, we are coufiJxnt' Co!.

.E much distress prevailed among tho of the Greeks, .\ bf manned- impossible. In his opinion ill perfection vwre :at a.; c wr .it Havana. : %'hiIt'uI majority A oald always hay l ecti

operatives.Passage; fleets used maJnly to of pot icy isdnjdinty, ,4' he can- The shin CHrl! Stur:, iVom V'era Crux, rIca frI than it h.IR t.ell. Monroe C..uuty

\ the Catholic ill.- ri was impossible to provide, efficient nol nQlp judging others! by himself. hvoiiglu 10'J !pass" .'I'i. The ex1)uhh.! ,-c "kUI1If" to the honor. if.Ia.! wiji 4'a i I, ot"
of
Ramadan haior ijivrn a majority of \"u t t: to the: Opponent .
crews. The t3lhd,.'yof or.)|':1H\1 l; continiif I i
'The Catholic Hill -iid th 0 Disfr.in- t Every iViri however indifferent, i i.s el' the Lclrgite: (' tit.I .
.
Uill hiivr both passed the was the day said to h< \4J been fixed therefore soon in a false light. Th" From J.WC.lThe United SUtf ship .
f.Li <'ment for the the 5.'Jhan for the Natchez \\' The former was dcpiirture of long stay cf M.' Juhnrt, who ('xers I W!, bl'iI111'PI..ttOIt.| that the T.ot;
IJi itibii Parliamenl. 12th
arrived V the
New .rk
at em
he would n\iw .
It was thought that dfllu\T wn n fr.' hijvilJo! dvertisec4
nied hy a majority of 104 hi the 1 army.. an answer fioin his Government to '.;av tr.a tl.xvana. from whence site sailed
.r for fair ill 1 he ccltl and
time ; in the I (;U one Iwo j CRTS
House of Petrrs ou the) 10th. TheKIUJ stop some at Adriaaoplef the dccliiralions of the Pone, gives 23th April.Ve'l---irn that se\'cr",1! pi-: credit exrq about! onr-uflh of l8if pur- .

:: expressett to the Duke of \Vel1' 1- plains of which itV.IS also iumqined the Ottoman i I: Ministry)1 ample scope vales are to be tried ut HHVIUIU, sujijjo&c.s cins.-! .- .nuniev, n !ii iili will! tij required inImnJ

: his satisfictiou: at the firmness rha.t the fate of the empire would be for conjectures, and lea ::uoii decided if tho Russians should succeed taken by :i Spanish :nurr.l I Yf'sel abo-.it --
Tviili which hi> had carried through in grounds carefully cniwt.iheil the siul'c.LaDIrllt.'i sij'iudio.t .
llute weeks
in the Balkan. It' is /Vfi.t.-TrAns>htinia IJnivrr-sity, the
: the !hill. crossing key which it has in its own hands. was at Havana, :,11cL It tt'.s quite pride and honor of Kentucky, at L.ting-

; rite Royal Assent was cfivon, by now said that the Consul from the U- Thfr'i ,paeches of use Kint nf En I healthy at Havana when the N. daik-ii.: toa_ wail df aoy d Iiy firt .>n the (>:.li nit :
.
j to Hie CaiUolic Relief nited StaSes hold failed ii> his attempt.to glGnd '' nd France to their Parlia- The Natchez left, oti' Uavmia United cos: of building about $2i ,000-ot pmprriyburnt

coiiMiWiUon! conclude a ircttiy ofcorainer.ee with meats in crease the confusion of ideas ahips: Jlornet, waiting <.onv')y vessels, in it 8IX)0, to IO.OUO:; : nmoic.t iiUmed
Blei-tivn Fran-
the Irish ;
_ i Dill and to tbo Piirie. I and Pulnouth, (.,)1. Morgan, with Coai.Uiti ? only 10,009.. PieparaticiM !or rebuilding r
Bill the I3ii of April they confirm the. suspicion that (the I onl' The Erie h. ll sailed ileaccoinrinvlhtiani
I clijaf! on {el)' on it nre in progress ; nan {< !
The C0th lic Jt tJ'fifty Unguage used in London and Paris is da I The! have ii'1 1
\Y hen this inform ition *M conunurricaicd qwttion.- .r ton t'cnsiiio'u three ) 44 prrvioos. .. bten piocured

t? the iluuso of Gouijaons it years since the Catholic question was different from that employed at Gon- Crated dtalcft tchou.mn. Sintrk Cat't. :' 'Jther buildJ... .

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f "A l-:; rl 1 hl,' :;."I. ",.:'( .HI .mCI.. '. I Santa Fo anA Black Crc k. On this Bf.rnliCoiwiifuiioo; : ( as if flat were\ CiUO\1La, mmVA_ ., !
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(.\1''" .II f' t' '-.n III II' cl : tn'c- it the of all natural ,
r1ii : route I i i. supposed that natural: the fountain law andI.| I
*| 1hr caV.nilty! with I I.POST OFFICE .
Minnov.
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rib" .e April
l-.f i f i i.-rinnat: Luti ;jiU'iim-Jy S I bet* Mr. J rrhon's store and
*t'. N'...,I !h'. nil ih. t,M -inenl*. which wore I ti dmit q'ssmtity% to feed a canal: of not step bryond! It, or, if ihej did, as ; rF>UBLl3HEU3 ot Newspapers in anffJ LOST Market house a r,

nK. >'1j (.f vrood, tifiH "-en Ludlow HIH! La\- ;ItJiis: d IlSCtitOt. A canal of about if the only justification w crt' th strong | the principal Sea Port and Com- '

,.n.f Mni am' between Conprr* attrct ;; 78 miles in length, from the fork of 1 necessity of the r.lSl". No alowance merciul Towns from MjunetoNew Orleans LARGE TOPAZ SEAL,

nfli:' ihr rivrr, were burnt (r pidled !ifl"%1. : Black! Cr&'fek t*> the' month of Santa !1 seems to be msdo for those changes I respectfully requested to give public the finder will be rewnrded whit firaf I "
"Alwlhle t brick bmMii-pS %i>re 111.0.1urnf'ct % I novice, that a V \
.Siti' ,
irrd bv t a. t* removal." Amount of dnm-, I Hn'l'rill the Atlnntic, wit'i'! tfce' Su- lions of opinionlo which the best l'( \FF1CE PcRsacoIa, May 18th, 1829-16.-tf.

age uol 1 cl t.m'led; but naif d to be Rreat.: !! wane: howrver.being! much obsvuct"It contrived. 1)OhItC8tC0OtithflS must has recently been established at this Port, _. \
,- .. ,.. ; : mail via Charleto'i, S C.-And that \. \ l\AL'S nLE.
L, . f gffi/aJK'fli I :tt .. nHHlt and t\linJT no harbor, nt som B -.c-nny.-i'Mei-I
w I'" tvir-tu fi I : c. aJ.1 '0 .conrmue lIt. CHum Mails will br made up and sent from this '
to .
aigne D.-cree in
Envuicipafun I
I j: .t port on Saturday ircn-injf, tt ''canal from iho Santa against Office PURSUANT Admiralty
repr.'r i: Fe to Havana.
|10 the har- from the MatarzuS Vera Cruz, ? at Public V V'
coronation Auction
oath of Pen
that ml
lie hrulth of$ tint City tS very hail and[ J, bor of St. 'hrks. The whole 1 or 8ft'] end i Nassau N P. whcne\cr'and asoJtenasnecessary. 8""J.! on 'i 1
the .i3th ..t business, in cnnv't'ltenreo1; f:, length Attorney General', are such ss would '."fJ:.
\ the* ''''.Mi!liy ea'Iy !'
Mississippi ) i jof the canal f om tide water in Black have supported' tie: Stuarts, and op- :1 \\. DAY 15tU3\xt\ef ;

r.*? very ,--reaf T't'! set!; nri- -uur Hi beST '; ; C rick) TO tide water in St. Mark's: posed th Revolution of 1688. Charles H. S. \Vaterhouse, V next at 12

i ,'C"r"i" : '( : .) '.,'j'l-'y' cilculxted : I' river, would ho one hundred and six I. was quite as conscientious in !iisarbitrary I Postmaster o'clock at noon the i, .

''t i"-ri"jso I uiiift.j.uic! ; ul 1 ll.uH', fight miles, nud tho ascHnt and rleI t private armedSCHOONER
\i h.. r. u:>'It tlrrc.Comnntnirtitionbiifucn. I I 1'l't: ; assertion of prerogative, as I '1' be f
Amaranth
loguhrr two hur.dted and five Lord Eldon: is iu weepwgjin old ifli m's: .
f ef't. .
Iff Atlantic! c>"l. 'r-ats flyer I the destruction of the But.h ottikvsouc J I 1

the Gulf! of ):t rico.-We civ. into I.'11 3d. TH provicJp fur an unintiviuptinliiml is Constitution) ; W J iutLer .

columns: It pal I of iln- H"p'rt of' the' Engineers t*(1] navigation parallel to the( : GaY Valid.yjrlll tackle :

lor ir.ienml improveinrnt. on 1!ill ciMHt from tho Cia:' peake to the The news fiotn the sent of war, h apparel, armament ;
conU'injd'itpd canal hf't.\ 'co tf*" Ailiiniif' ; c. honed fbi I L.; .,, "
head of St. John's rivn very precise, is i-.dicative : MAKAVTI.s -s '.M J) publioiCl &c. .
I it I
would
and the' Gulf.: T"i is i sulject i< drj lv inte be f :
> oifccssiy much and tioi oi 23 .
: i to rail\ ;,ctiviiy, As in the octav.t pal ':s-Jt \is\ d ','o'ell!I TIt! T'cderal was built at Baltimore fut
resting- Floridalft, !, indeed, io l'ic Action open a sloop canal fiomtlu xcIiv
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t.
l li. last ; I tll' .
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; iit laipr ; him inu<.l" us the completionof 1 hm bur of St. Pt1ar 's to the St. campaign howorcr, we must distinguish isiihstii ts : : a pl'inh''r-ii thn-e years old, copper''V'
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I'HIM (*.;inat will in nil piolMluIrt: pdiife \.>., John's.)! / h)'-IW'I u the rm.lours of (the 'ui i.1 .: s: 'I" ) w ,-.' it" )-_ : f .tenedand ne-A-'v coppered before bet '
"fJh.
a it-v.il'Hic.i 1 in th ,'/wnlt.It., rnniinent.il ( 1 : t'lcIWS r'f't I List crui***. *;lie i i.* a beautiful model, and *
< r < wing j'ji<'-n.s. hori: in tinstockexchange nent > .
4'}h. From St. : 'asm! I II -. ,
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Mark's Lake ; > t't 'i's ctl.tl :
to Pon- \
I
a vr la'der. Her ,
rapid
extreme
rf 1 1J".U..il; l >: i?"I"a. 'lie > ; length .
.tflPt and !
IIuprts ) < M< olfi'-ial necdou'' i .
1:1i": :1" 'aU:.,;!, mani i i.t Mt --sn trvi< .iti ; I rl.aiiiain:; tl.e: coasting,: navigation; intelligruce. M.rf!i"1 l..I... ,'. i is 'Jf> tct, rt''tclt breadth of beam 21.
; <;l It I
cannot, (r.f lonj, iflralfthe : g t'e1h.ts"es.. I: I (tI: I ,',. .... .
t. 1' It
I ig H"
would .
ri'tf.-V if "i)1 at:\ .*fcr as will, e. bn rendert'J sale and teporls rte t V el. d-rptli of holds feet and 2 inches,
.... .. ... I commodious L he tru1 "l-flfore f the Russian whole cmnpr'hl.'g. K.t:t .d I ; H.d ,
t/ > ; i i i\J": t..j Ins c sii'-C"- !I.'"; (o It by: the ('XOCUtIOII of the following armies I \'arie' '., el lI' I', "-'I" rii'f, Sh.it .11 1:0 1IS i: l I:1! "j') shall have struck some blow that will I : .. } ofilllt'rclitir'liltd uI.fu' ..ill .. i.iis kbout 1:30: tons burthen. Her rig- 1
projectsht.. A > >thfes and
cinal Neimbc-s
fir ( ./''ii.i; lra ie will I 1 l-c |p\irij.; ::ly ricwd Ciouked ion g be thought worthy of an official but.lelin. I, > other Masonic ) than.ciu .' !un%'. kills, a.1.'1 water casks are aiim in good
t '"ul'li l"y strain \hHrt'r'III'n.. ihciradtl Creek connecting Ocklockney :- b Cut lite fcalnrl.j L!I any work f is; siz r-';)'nr, .nd fit fur a voyage. Her cabin i
t 'H ,. t' to the i i'rv,>rnvcitififs or bte.m river with St. George's Sound,I, of the most important t 1 pui'>Khed. The work mu 1. in the! coot : 11 tii'.. .4 up with Mabogony aid contjins \ i f

j."jv/er Hirl iid.ind nn\ Italian along! a coast; and; l Ity consequence the Appalachicola present campaign must he ihe H fC'wfoet!. ocfssarno: ne a k '<)'ii' rji.ti.s: I"T Hteerig is I large and.also .it
I. i .
iud>*iitp\lviih lai :e hap M ili: numerous I 'with St. Mark's. I part that will be taken by the CabUelS o JMatontc Encyclopedia to whi,!. the 'i.on. ',.. I has four birth. !
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The
nnvjj ib'.p! riT'Tj, t'xu'flciflg far iNto tinintei Snrlly. of L'jirope in relation to Russia of every older, iay turn with c,. .9 L- 1I1*- arm.u ent consists rf one 12 ll : H
jrluaniriff tk > ; $
and
j j..r, lier.iin with deepening of"tho S-uita t rice, for any important :
-ir ir.formati"n
down t .
; ct1e.I : Though their course is doubtfiJ it re tin duT.; "'i'" (French.) mounted or. a cir.. .
lie richest pr'i .TCtti'1c of the Siuitli i ; mnTV :\' { Ixosa Sdim-'i. :3-
., ju't ** pet'1 'I 11 pJc' lively coininrrrc nrure ;:_ t tho bay of Pcn:acoJii) to tbr.t of MO- I occur that their good understanding ., uf the Institution: : that hem'.y lc -.. ..' -. \ *hoK.
from ih" l, of the ohl cirrunou especially England .should I sire. Wit tt- ccuml '''|;irr.e u lit
\ngM; ? hilo. 1'hn com I' l ,
t1fhly. /ITIO "
I :;''. S') short will be tl'. lime, suJ so I Pass ic-cpoiuug of flu I act with any vigour in thw Mediterranean m enee the publ'cati- u I>f a coucl-e, hilt rs CASH. r\\

)itt ti.' the P'I/.II((. .\f '"Ilpin prrulllC'f. tltf.C" Au 'Irron, bytwcrii tiie ensU-iti niusi 1 materiaHy altrr the > Approved; :nd con: plt-te! htory; of the IiiHtitntinn ,I- A. Gordon .

lurK r. Atlaolir: citii-, that) the price of; I'j f point of Duupliin IthI1J l and the cliaractoi: of the present from ti.' e'lr.p". tm''s; T1'Ins! -

our Ittlpl.(: | .! \\ t'il (he ;'S cerfHin us at therllM I I Mai UK.I conte&>,;and ren i to)nif pllblhth-I'M, H di'tr.: :' \ .ln "..uljnoi ; MaN"!. ,

:.) -: ii innrk-ts' while v. at ind imasionvill I 5tii. L ko Pou'rli-srlroM der it infinitnly! niore: intereiing thanit hr alforded niurSi "lots tli:'ti d:1rgcd'flr I Marshal's: QTirp, .

< I i".it IM liVi-Iy! to iuterrnpt ihis great'iif 'connrcted ) ,inny I ho i can 'possibly bo while t the Tuiksand I a volume of the .XmnranU Th, of i Htn-ucoh 12th May, 1829. .
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w-ih: .
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4' Ut( unvtl I nud IIP! ,MIS..it] *il'tJj':; acinil Russians i'if'! 'vovherhood I -- -- :
1a'flll ( mmmerce.: ; are i iho only active parties 'iirroforc, who are ('.esiI
AhiH.HI li a Sliip ClMiun.l is dei-med! i iml which I hiS l hCJ 1'1't :j( c''d' at I II ioup. d" "!iiiiiniqf; ; such a work, liavra betr Tti Or Webbvitte.Notice .

J aHI.r.lllt; l vii a sir;.in <>or.t coicmniiic.iis Xuxv i Oilcan; and htlw B.iynu; \ r.w. Y viKK, Miy H. I ? ojij'onurity: (.tf r.d t.icm fl')*, tiun L ..

i is icrouinMi
fciimtry, \vi\i comphtc'l. C.IMOOI nv r J- I hf.'t1clo! d tip CVPI' fiiure lo-'G j dutiI. April 14i.:! JS2i!) _h The :Saw Thc A.iM.ranth h:is ivcrivt-J the mst i U.\ I' "PJ..)nd.: 4i'alc !. Th >**:i nioMey eTj 1H"l"aliti 'd > the
l h : TroaIi'.n of
o.Itrn'j h'i* Iwr. been llseU'k l I.v !aid out, ns coMequ'?lIce iifovr-rtlowinij: i Ms banks.! \\'i"g prt*>sedc-xphiiin}l ;;i !! the Eutopeanifv : I -.o f.ir: .n -..'1C >i.id; the fraternity, dIrou.VLv OF Ii \;;
) uiior:
:.!O'cr.II liavalT.Mti'd tu l.elievbu, : has leSiilt Fills mischief might be ievenu', hy: : Splllian: t a.t-: ('llIh.akil1g'( : { 1 ii, it, an-! th pti'liii.' .-:;; hazird invty! the In examine* dIne offered for Sale ElJnrlf.LE at Publicnction., '
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as rttoali <
<*(tiu ih'1 fstaMNhmr% of a ft of vnstiniportHiici dykes: and the gl '.it uuutl''t -.riwp..iitv;, ,; howrvfr I : \
re-optnliiir! of t tin.i l u.t :\\-t Iwrtt ''i'i.! Iii the (oirtry !II"" re E \rhe -IVrms will br liberal, and partlcaarl .
to the t'llioarllf' piaciirabil- B.iyou woUd the .. ; I prevails! ill f-vpjy pair of this cci.vtl j r ra. 1\ 'na.kknowr 4 V
i of assist: !y a steam boat navijrtinn iulaiui, from I
th,- Viitt'js of lliu MiSbis-iipoi I at pi tsriit. l: .-) irnrji is .t'iit.iuormr&s.; Tiie fir1volnrric Geo. Jackson
?!:? Mississippi tu tte: St. Marys. in tirritPi'I : )
f 1'1 csittS.; F'lt' r? ffj-n Tampio; 10 :if ISsli I will cioie on the 15tl ofb..1. hears Hr

From the .;: Y Ev ,'il1rr "cstCommunication t -.b. O l'r- uh. l/\\ the: lir'-i; 'F. inpico, >tit-: il.attlic I ; n.-XL, ; tli3 e ConmUUlO1rerp.
I ;'il't"ntr! nf April fol-i\.iujj.: M. .1. Bower.
between the A tIe:;- fro',' tIle Jsjiiisitina .j-'r.,ifSi "; J.inf 21// I IJ ('OIHlI.) ) '.'';t s .11 H quiet sTit,P, uiukMs ; '1'he pulilisiit! ;'*), belisv.n: th. ) .

tic avl titc Gulf i.f .UcI to.-We :.J As I ihe be;isi>n is nw .i:i,iut} lCI.!! : 1 I I u\-e !I'H.!;!:!:' Ui'), nnd L.(OIl.tS rather t circulation; f"e! w.-rk\vill t an elerdvd x- .- \-\ ::'r-K} VJ.i5; 6:V _

.
hive } .t"1 f.r.:nr"fi with a of the '! whn those: : .;.ca' rr.-Tinli h >inles xMc-xico Iridu of inntunl: :uivant-j pro""j'! "
: copy I ;peiiodic.ii: {:pi.'if. :!:ii.s ;::=- !| : .:e to tl :n..cJn j I\ \.ileld IT ales
K cf ilic ll-.i rd! of Cti"in aili.ir .' ptiit ct.I! hi' f f .'.. s* ur.tei't o'f
jmrt l 'ers fur :I : JoMopic.il: ciiurstcs: v.jit; i/ui c.i"i. ( 1 Pn.ident G'wrfA"' 4 I our rneratf.I I irhti'iiiii

]z It'rni! Iinprovftiit'iii, Oil tlit con- we ft'fin, our ditly I as the c'jndiit nr i ia .1 l: |I:I I in ::i iuw thuq. S I'.cilhrds who( Il1ttl ;t- i V. l hit-b ..'id its wCb(ii! rt>ni-riiiiv-; HWIl received siock in a.idition to their'
H-r ,
a! : !lu'twiH'a[ AtlniiticOctan I II !: JotiiHiI 1 tennarried with lit ; tiiCnutroiia; and c'j-optru'.io'.iu.: of I
IfHllphte ( UI:< 1I TK jiutjhc: however adversn t,) natives. to sc-u! :i 'J.-.r: hrct'ir-n. A

fMui! ilu Gulfof .S1.'xi'. The I 'iourini-lir.idtii l )!) 'Jtid wi 1Ji: : as a private- tn :the C0tlltryV.Jir.A/} <'. i Th hr:1l: : ..re f"'u I) .H.ITS RRilNDY r

Jkc-j-.ort v 4'. clraivn up) in the course ,I. iiidivui!: to i.n any, inform.itiou; ; .-t.--V .. ,. ,.p .".-_.WV .. V.S .'. V V !I II I J ?.U i"':t' ; o". /.Ji .!!'/ara ui'ti f.j(:R: cents ycur: ,, i i'l i1ii D: WINE, V ,_

cl Ffiiuay: Ifstt and cciiiuHiuirnlcd J i imay I rt-cei"e on the 5>tlhiecl! In-faro: the I t \ .'H- r. N i'r'" A [J. I; -*- } i n '!t- ic-x.i tjHiNiI'.iy (.f uu a.X'Iit Ia.n.1' GIN "

:o Ct-rjj! *... hy the PI>*M (I I near I't'.I'"' la. .. Thnrs.lnv'1'h u | t Cf'ti! iCln of the fir.>t nu.nbr nficr subcriiu : I Kultozi .MarketBeef
1 June
tiniavsbcfinu! ( the close of; he scs- ] sojyui tier be ] (Supenor V
its v/.irned .
.; urnig may ofj j t., 1"1I'I, lit. n.i. i:... o.uij u. i.V HMi.c..p-: i j. -rreHnits uul ottitris! who mi |
aiui). j tU. I the! danger !hy whicii they. anljo! <;otltinvosd ; : t-iin J):. \'n.r.n ,lmc: '! oft il! lJuite.1 j.:.\'S., I I| a-iiii.c l'ie ''-sp ".S'buity otan hijent, a'v} I i Quality,)

'he nr.t of Conpioes which prod I. : it by ]j#hlr by n.!ing; tic! uecessuy : Al'IMV (0 :Mls3KTK' Ol' :'-1.c. : .;:..Hn.'d't'r% tr/j/A cop)' !'or t:u""* s T Gos'ien' Butter $' ..Cheese ,

cerl ihis Rfjujit, WH r:'? l'd ill ;March i '. : precm.otis: ) for the! jJI rservation' -_--.-.---..U_ V_- ._V..*_.V u .. ___ V_ __ __. irJt .. v..4 rs, Tilt- ; "(iu.tie.vhfil r.i.'r-f-i'; .I. .'. i Smoked I Beef !

isG. It iinthori7Pil ti! rf !ir.nt! I of healtii which piU'Ji-i.-e .itul mcilical! (:. ,, '. .:: I l'U't.P'| 'i i t'a- out 4'J'J p-.grs, \.I. fnloo; :4wi'.h _I
| t
pj j-
I ".r: ,h -y- I :! arl"'Jj..IfrgT'i:1V.q{ ; tt't: -.:rmtli. pcrm & \allow Candles \
foot advice --
tlrctutt
10t.t on a minutfof exsfliiUiti(lit miy; Several cases 01violl.1Jt 9 ,
1 a c 1'11': r plate ti\'e' arid t I Dales
I p2.e; i lilt'* i .Citrous
th I j country: south of the rivrr ot fever havo oicuued during tin- 1'ivthren 1 Sj f Raisins.
i'ovV wishing to coiuiinriitc' willi! tl.f t ;
St. MaryV, with a vit.-w of discovering ) past week in the Cliarity; llo.spital, I --- of t: lcnaaco\x.. I -I.-..!.:::; vuliirr.e: *. wil%! pir-ise f:r.vard hiMi: ON CONSIGNMENT. 1 L

tin be"! route: for a canal l adiuitt"uj ,1 t t- some ofw'hicli, we ;aro cr''diblv i I informed --z.AHKiVCI'c V=" : --)-. =---- : i.a-j.s I hl the 20il h J J ...'b. -irv nM: \I 12 dozen fancy ami Windsor { r

< tht" ; of lO-1'.s to connect by a hdVith Jc: l-U'-S. I Moore & 1 _
j pssgi; gmnluni.m: cuaiun I.; H"U'IIII"' Cut i'i- Ptis''!,., Sevej.B eItait.do. -}.

thy Atlnitir with the Gulf flf Mr.xico that izt1l II)11have! pn)ve'I t.I.t!J'i t. CJlp'[ 1f."HRIiIJf. K,./ \\(>t. i'st/*' '; f I\ BrOIl. -,-. Us5.. KvN.A I'

and al lw with; a.jpV to ascertain do not mention this circu.n.t.1I.'e I 1) C. Pink), 111 Eq. f '- kockingdo. "
l /l.-Btq :,! !'i. CIIIf''uh. .,\\ S VKM l do. ( hiJdren's
tn'l t i
the ; of ; (; t'i high do
chani I. :,
prncticahSUty a ship cieate; unnecessary: or needless .: Crti :'u8/''.<) :!'iiii;!'a i'hl! JO-X) Slaves, tu cr ;
lit' diiectcd ttude in this ho :ile the OOIJB an.l SI.VBY will a'on A few duz. ftuvaliuo
was to examination u-o simply state : : as related to I .MrtsN-r. pubs!; l !---tocks :
% the route from St. Mary'sto us iiivlcci] it is ENTKI.'LD.Jir.e : ) ti.e c )urit of the ('IS'IP' "nril'l. latest
not that
J ; surp.-i-iir: fashion.
:; ;il .uIicit't! _
e1cInr.H..nH.nt.. : ._ ._ ..4.._.. u .
4th. S V
<;iiirjtm. ( n .
I ill* Appulachioih river or hay, sickness IMS broke out thus e.1rIywllcn! : ro. New OrAssoitti !.ettion of M..SOP.IC .n t tI'I- -- -- _rf __ >L I
and from 1St. John's rivnr to Vassasou I we consider the / l ar. cal, gi', to Ordfr. dM 'Ut'111OS, fh. .imuc.Soiigs. 30 LollarsJteward.VV) 1 1r
o :
whu.liBxiit Anlhrm0 .
causes &
many 5zS'hr.. \\illlII'S Son llIrl;. M,>- ; This ""'-'; *\ iH]\ C"II
;i baj. The Kopot of the examination fur the formation of epith:mic.ilmiasma. : i I lii!.. CH.:.--will he cV: ;:r-tH: A) ANA WAY from the Subscriber about f

was to be ucrompunti'd The late niillt': and heavy j Stairs niijn d I on goOd type :md tinp j pllf.! rwuii :-;f.; .ft the thirtieth of March, a negro oua

j 8'ft.--Sfl-r. KlisHueih: Fonylh, New eiiff raved title page and forw.rt!,.! named i
with the nccessaty Huns\ psiiuiutes of( rains, succeeded by almost 5utoerabe! !
iOi'r' II<. Assorn-d Hctnira b>- mail to distant SwbolCfir, Toil
I c.iij to and rs.r t1 !
expenses[ cotes, observations! and neat, anti the river decFiniHg info its tar o/.e ,
G-tr. and
Auujtt suut FiiiCLEARED.: a COJ'Such a u-oct I ih" Mihsrrihcrt
f opinions) of the Bourd of Eigncer.'i bed at a much earlier ;peno.i t'nwti | believe hat been loi'jf \\ .-itel!, b in by aged' twenty, about'f't'O Jj\f- fei-t years f\\f\; :, of dark COffip'fuoi' -' .
{ inches
Ie necessary infractions' were im- usual, leaving tha refj>e ami fihli of| Jitv: ? 2nd -rJc.'ir.! .Magnolia, P.ny. NefvjO.Ie..n. Member* and Lodges, atul such ono in- -.t" purchased ;jf Robert high" V
Chambers
nwdiatrly made out hy the Board, fiat boats to engender in ho heat of i i :M i ijiiwli'i.. F.Cargo cotton and Skma from they now it proM| to ;)ul>I li>.!. Iii on'ipihriij Kiafu.p, of Wilcc?: t Curtly, State ofAla. J .

and the uecution of the MKVCVS was; tliHauri: Iroiu xvhicl) the most obnoxi, tilty proii.isno:!.- tIi tint. bama. i
atl-St: hr. .H ncs Star, Grr"n, N,w York. they loill nulemor tu discli '
0 eninistcd: hy them to Major P. H. bUS and :Jcetid ctll Ivi. :;;'i i', s-pret-.d .! 1'I" jo'7 bale' rotten. 20.0CO Staves wiutIbet It will i jtrobnbly. *'ont.*i .jn mniiUt g: t'cf'r.r of duly.TIgionl ii-iivcryto The .bove me,reward aLan at l! will reasonable be paid on !i;. i

P<.nault, of the Topographical En- dscAse and death aruutid.The HlJI : iMiiilier, by ;. (..n.l C. C.Kf/ser 1 pifce* On tins' point !however, i it't taken above thirty mile; frro chl1rges '
who divide a.i.i 10 IU.! Slush! by Ihe Master, they are unwilling td J1 Pensa I' ;
gitivers, was enjoined to ledge theise'c- ooU.
M.
President ('! 1 tae Unit-'u Sat: >s I Hl9 6thS III'. Widow's Son Mobile. tat CKUfPEU.rrnnacob .
hi I:< l hialo into two parties employing I'o ajfenti. it will be .Wrml!rt j"JiO per April 3d, 1829.-13.:
issued a I'roclamjitio'.i; (i iclarii> and pr... !nst by ilif Mr.ster.Srjii. dozen! andut .. tt. .
the sine rate fur I d. ,fat i i *f*
(':I: on the eastern and the otherm CiaihflLlg, hit, whcrojks { Amelia o- f .
R.v.svt"'y cvi Ratch. N"" Oiloan C .!- Zen. For'bound copica, the extra | Pintpotzement of Land Sa1Qifl'orii1a. ,
the western ititic of th -* Flat :dariclj I Itlence !IMS been received !rr II tug Impe; :1\ )13,4.ObrtCk. a.td 2334; h nci by lie! blll i"K will be expenser ( .'j
c'u-j'jJ. It is
;*'. This was done, and th, memoir j ri.l Majesty the Emperor of A-istria, thaVC rtiPI..r. to fm-ward them fv'.ded pvopused J .

:?, maps and chartsteiating collie. \1 !H,-U wh'lll )belonging'i to ctizensof the -___..*._w-._ n -__-.. ...-_____ .-........____ stitched for the purpose merely of saving!postage and TKEASURV Dr.rAitrMBNT.GjrwiRAL: ) : .I ,' '.

executed by i1-ij. Perrauhs United :Stales: are IIlIt, r.nr tliail be, on .'141lSii.l L',L! SALE.Jnu. w:-icli will not, d t IItJ mailc,. exceed I- LAID OFFIC.lJ 41h Aril, 1829. J : j
surveys
their 6ntcrirt ny A'lHtiiau port, from and \ ct-nln, for the dinner; TOTJCi-8; h.J.v 11.n. that the aalfc n' "
Lrigad were forwarded o the Board I after the hit day of January' lasf, subject \ (JJd ) u'tmcribtrcantheii greatest have thei 'i'he l't of Public Linuid! dirvctfd to tak6. .

in the beginning of February FastPluvious .- to the payment of hjlie:- duiips" of ton- .vs.' FJ. Fu.J'1o. suit his own tule. bound to place ill 'f 4t.L8NAsL, Iii tbc Territory or i '

hOWeVer the completion na 'e tlian are levied on AuMrinn ships- Lyr.th. ) The West FUiida, on he 7A -Monday in 1) 1
therefore so much of the sevtreItct.: :. Isle fiiyt Tu>. .vHf! in .Tt-n next. co-opeution oft-he brolerliio!: l, i is May wczf, (II> ''hp. Proclamation lIt'armr | .
the Board in thwspung O aUo solicited !
of tlif-se respvcifilly: in thit!
u.uler-
i
survejs, I rmjKjin duties on the tonim c of ships within the ''ctf-d li.i:irn, t will exposeio Ukiii It isde'irabe! that the date the 2tl I't-bruary I29.) i postponed .
and summer of 1827 made ;I arriving ii' the U. Stut % an imposed a public S.il', for Cath. in front of the this suuiCriptiuna until the first Monday i7i J"nIy'neXt.; V
to york should
personal examination of the country 1 discriminating: : between the vessels Court Ilonne door, (or place of holding I by tli likewise be in Bv orJcr of ikf Pi'.si 20'hcfFfb'uary
between the AilnuUc rind the GulfofJMexico ] I j ol the Empire of Aintvia; ,. and ves-icSs! of couri ) in Jackson County, the' following patroHUge! wurau', it ; si be> that, if the 13.-tij. Geo. Grihanit i '
niy itnHediately
as ;i1o ol tie! COI; st on hbtlisidco I I the United State, are suspi-cdcd and property to wit : One'"Negro flow.Ahran put to press or otherwise abandoned. Commissioner of the General Land OtJiccy :
diICottillued-the suspension to take effect : shout 22 ycurs (:LI I, and u black : V f
of the Peninsula. Th [ '.
report L Jlloore and J the
from the iJi-y! ahove mentioned, avid hur-e, about 8 years old, Seized upon Sevey. By President of the Unh

!bofort, us embraces <> large mass of J JJJifoiniHtion to continue s,) l long 1\" tlic reciproral exe'nption an property balongint! ; to John Ly ch, tu nOJ nn. n.'C..n.1t-r 5, 123 I ted Mates
(ihotopogiaphyof :'"tisfy, the above P1. and JV ;'
respecting ; uf the vtjsscN of the United Ft\ cost. Issued '

(tho counli.V, the several routes SUITgested SLTteft shall be continued in the pirtof from the HUM. S'iperior! Court fid the 3L h'JtESU: IN Ai pwsHRnce-of,' law. I JI.HV QVI. UK
w XIFPLY :!, President of the '
for the) construction! &f a caiul I the Inrspcil; i doiitiiuuns} of Austria. Western District: of>"l-n-iJa. of Anifiica do United Stales .
S. I) M. O festoniblc: Sttmvifr C10IMu.ll'. jntTiud hereby delare and r.-ika :
Bryan
I across the Peninsula, of Florida and I /Von; the lJ..llim'Jre oI1rnel'irdn. aii: for uL! by the tr.a.rsijjned known that A pubhc "aJl.le will be hv .' 1 ..

the inland navigation; along the coast \V f' have te-e.\umiued the hems: of for A. Gordon, ; the Land OlF.ce tt Tallahassee, in the

\, from Tampa Bay, to the head of tlic! intelligence brought (hy the Canada, Marshal I J. D. F. Consisting of Tt-rr'tcry>\eit Florida' on the third j

Delta of the Mississippi. but find add the MARSHAL'S OFfiCE Blat-k Thrown Monday ..l1iy next, fnr the disposal of ,
nothing to to particulars 7 and (ieen Dombazcex the public landit included within

The general l conclusion! fa which inserted) in our paper of yesterday.Thn April 13th, 1829 5 12-Gt. Coaltcca & F -(ck. Coats of Ihe undermentioned- tou-n. ihr the; .limits m A !

the Board have arrived from the collection passage of the Catholic Relief J Angola, Circa iln and Trench Linen do, frattior.tal hip% to it-: -1'- MOtown {

and comparison of nil this inate Bill is an event full of importantcunsepuoncrs Atti l'ost\n: with a variety ofrataoous Fractional townships t-o, three Jour,

!'J' tildUOll, .; i not trerely to Ireland. wHE Sale of th' property mentioned St Ytsts V five and SEX, of rHi.gv teven.Townsl.ips V

1st. THat the siip! cliunucl: intf'nd- wne, however convinced of its a iu the foregoing advertisement is i ;i one fwo, "Ir ,four. and,,ie'
suitabla of
pJ through the Atlantic with! the! Gulf 1\0 results to the United King- postponed until the for the season. rangCiJIwew/ik and) iventy one.:
White and brown
French linen, dril- Township one. three, four, and five
,
of Mexico, through} the Peninsula of ) but will watch narrowly, and First Tuesday in July next(, h hngsCanton Grass, Bnmbazeen & Fancy ranqe; twenty two > .

Florida, is not practicable.! The. with great interest the: devclopemontf bei" the Seventh day of next: month, on J \.CK.88' Jill situate ,\ or tX of the Bate lint antt
'
the between the! of and the lijii the Hale West of the ." ridiau. or 4'
aust on gulf Lay '> llicsfi rosults, changes which day will proceed at tbf and V *
Tine -plain, frilicd!
Tampa and Appnluchie, cannot he they may be productive of, not.so appointed hour xud place. June 8th.NOTICE. Black Italian cravats and linen stocks shirts; sulk; scbools The lands or for.reserved c/ti-er By law for the Uae j ; 4'

. approached] by vessels drawing! more much in the form as in the spirit of pocket handkerchief, silk and c&tton I .cxcludejd from the- sale,purposes which will, will be 1 '

K'n:: five fret. TI.c rrdgc of ths P'nI'nsul.i British )(' isatilJn.! It I i is a great question hosiery ; black horaekkin, bearer and oiencc with th lo\re t numbtr of section cota V

; is lit a lucaa; elev.JJJon of 150 soJtled! after half a century: of r|'iii: UnIeEaigrmtt intends leaving this l linen jc'ovei' ; ilk, cotton' nnd 'uutcdlIu.penft'fl I oniliip and.ran.e. and proceed'in the, .

f : fl. place in few for $ ; black, white and Real hats, of .rcKerabOTe .
('r thU\, the uoean and pos. oss 'sno vigorous controversy; and fiicnds! and a day Philadelphia, fine }latest fasbion.vrith drhignAtcd.Given V .
anti request persons who have ac : a general supply or uader I.and, at the of
sources of water fioia uliich; so large foes of'the meas'irft must await with open n.y City
COtlltarh: him (particularly lUuac f ;:rv: BOOTS, Washington, thislwinfy fourthdq
a canal could be odis- V
tho confirmation
bitpplicfj.Cd I equal anxiety long .twding) to call and close( the sur.e: iI1. AND ._ V February A. D 18V9.:: .

Tlie best pussajje across the I pl"Ovrlof their respective opinions.The either by cash or notes > I I.. SHOHS .. JOIIj\ .QUl.\ cr .ID.AMJ, V

iitiiiruii of t\ui\ ridgo 'fur a boat canal question has been) argued wi'-h J. Jtrrison, jr.18t. .' V &,J ,By. the Presdcnt.G V :1 1

T.i offered by te! head waters of the I a, strict, exclusive reference to the June, 1828. 13--St. \'XEiL& :0. CR.'lJI.l.l1.. I .
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KQTIG&5i Corn, Oats, Hay, &c. 1 l\1\J\NDY CLOTHING Kougli Rice an(1 Corn.

thai'I *ffl trot Pu y 1HE sub> nber has received, per reJ.centArrivIs I I ,
hereby given
Uush
and offers for Kale. Il/lTm BOO > bliOEb l .,"ougb
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fy 2 O1t
certain note f iren by me to LoringJkurille -. AVinea, &c.lJPJ4IOR &e : >>'
dated 29th Afcrch 1829, for 1000 bushels Country ( 'orn. 3. O'XfclLL. Liicc.
London Dock Brandy I
3)2-the condition ipon which laid 100 bales best quality Phil- Cherantte ditto 200 bushed
corn
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having been complied just reev- d fasb.onable.
note was given' not (i. Cognac 'o.' HAS a as-
"Ith. adelphia Ha.) Old Madeira Wine, uncut 0; Winter and Spring: Just rcceived, and for sale bj

Thos. Brown. 50 Sacks do. Oats. I Od! Sherry do. I CLOTHING, I iiajnea & Gates.Mrc .

14 tf. ', Bordeaux Claret do. I I which lie ofler for vile low for cash. ,I
P nsaco', 2nd Msy. 1&29- 20 Small Kegs extra qua- 'i 6th, 18REMEDY .!
Old Irish Whiskey 6\b Proof. I I AMONG WHICH ARE;

lity Butter FOR IALE, 3YVanbaun Black, blue bn.wn and olive dress! and .

1 Claret Wine, 10 Kegs Leaf Lard. & W ilson. frock superfine cloth J. lLl\R.\G\\

25Box'.s PM'Iuoh: J7th NovembT looo.r 1 e..___ ..,___ .... _.a.. .. _
Li Superior quality. 10 boxes Sperm. Handles. Btng up cord cassinet, drilling, and cir. A which La proved itself

-1t 200 do Soap, No. i. 5 boxes Cavendish Tobarco. NOTICE. iflStrJC I Cassran ditto. c *.!. superior to Swain's or any: of the
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mHE undersigned; has received v Ki*J 1.0, Panaceas for the cure of the following-
ri 2 Pipes of dry Malaga j the cutting
tionito
prevent or punish silk velvet, diseases viz
pla-.n: black and rig.trcd :
( IFine, I 50 do. Soap. of valuable timber.uport the Public LamK I to. valenta, toiltnet. fancy and plain wik. N EC ROS IS, (or affection: of the bones;)
only
Sacks of Salt. i 20 Sacks Salt. These instructions' extend not"Timber o. blue and black cloth. With u variety of KLNG' EVIL.orSoROFULAWttn ._
Live Oak and Cedar, but to ,

A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF I 50 Corn Brooms. every description taken from the Public I \\\\1.\n Jt:1CK: fr s S\V'-LLJ CANCEROUS I and inveterate UL

DRY GOODS &c.For tubs and buckets.Also Land, for the purpose of Shippingf the I CERS:
Nests
iseofSawMills &c." It is to be under Fine trilled and plain Irish Linen ;
BIlIOUS COMPLUNT.
sale: by \u St, re. stood ho 'cv rthat the instructions do not SHIRTS ; I LI\RHUMATIO hit ana flections cUbe hcaduni

II. Michelet. A good uHSortmert of apply to limber used for fuel or for plantation duck check, cotton, and fl.mnel do. SYSTEM generally ;

Shoes purposes. l.lV % l\S. ULCER* oldie MO1*! H & THROAT-
Goods Saddlery
." U Dry ,
Benj. D. Wright, SYPHILIS, and nil other disoan. arising .
THE Hats &c. U. S. Attorney. Black Italian ,ilk eRA V..iTS. in the improper use of MEUCUllY.:

IhUcu\e\\Aiia Souvenir Ji". H. Xubet, Pensacola. 7 Nov. 1828.-36-tf. plain and fancy yrpeddo. As a general punitive artIcle. or
"cMARSHAL'S Silk handkerchiefs. Gbves, Hosiery, cleanser of the bloo ,this remedy possess

4 1"11BLIIDID: BVKRT WEJXEtoDAY, r[ NEW TOWN Suspenders Hats andBOOTS Cips, ses invaluable powers; it Improves tiLe \

s LE. appetite. unil has! also the re'nulkuble effect

Embellished with Twiirrr ELEGANT; 4.tun Jno. U oods,' 1vs. In Walton County. of depriving: the skin of that yellow

TO { FU-FUTX E.IGBAVIXG:* oi'rcinark Fi. Fc. THE Subscriber laud off a Town, at A V/> ..... ;.iiUUIi! tint, winch is so common in biliou

_ able Views, celebrated, Persons and Jno. h. in Walton County, Florida; LSH.OKS &c. constit'lt ots.
Quarterly Plates of the Fashions. Lyn jOS to known hy the name nf ,
the first Tuesday' in June next. Wth /domestic and p.cciGoods.; J. ALRHTRtlT.

No\\that the winter of our discontent within the legal hours, I will expose WHIT &SUMRUG Gtt Punncola.{ February 7, i8,9-4tf. Philadelphia

4 i* made glurious summer by the Sun or' to public Sale, for Caih. in front of the and offers the Lots for sale on moderate I The proprietor, in offering ::1'" "Cu..I""
.Uciuox- in other worda the storm Court House door (or plate of holding UIAN Srni?" to public.furnH'iCH a fevror
i The lath:: itut. will coiuiuVte five years
which has agitated our political horieon, courts) in Jackson County, the following tens.The Alaqua Post Office is now kept h\ since the Pensacola Gazelle has bcn under the most remarkable cures pcif'opnej

being now dispelled-the publisher deem property, to wit : One Negro fe low. the Subscriber at this Place, and the Mail I lie control of its present Eduiotand by the same in testimony outs superior

it advisable at the commencement ot'ths Abram, about 22 years oil I, and a bUck I road fcotfS directly through the proposed i we take this occasion to tender our thnnk remedial powers, as given hint by respectable -

New Year to return his thanks to his horse, about 8 'ears old. Seized uponas I Town. The Situation is at or near the to its friends and patrons, for increase persons residing in different

patrons for the favors already bestowed, property belonging to John Ly ch, to i head of Navigation-has the benefit of of patronage with which it has been fwvui- parts of (he United Slates, an a just merit
-c Bud *'' inform ,hc-m .r. l hoc publ., that Sthfy the ahnviJ5V f ut .ut .ot. tUtl'' Sea breezes and abounds with never- I ed during that period. By rrfrrfuce ta .hie to the game, as welt! us being the

he enters upon his duties with renewed ed from the HOM. Superior Court fur the (failing Springs excellent water 'all ot the number of tins'pppr, it wil: be perceived means conveying to their fellow cra

prospects of rendering it at II inor-: i nte. Western District ol" Florda i which contribute to reader the place both I I thai during the pail year we have lures who are similarly afflicted a sure

resting. rtian at any former period he S. Bryan, I). M. pleasant and healthy. ; published ei;!ht numbers more than a Volume speedy antI efFectual' remedy-aware. that

has completed his arrangement*, and isnow A suitable situated, is -for tins. we ask! no additional compensation finny medicines are at this time distributed -

in the receipt by every packet which frr:! A. Gordon served dnl offered Lnt.favorably a. to re.1 -we only ask fur 'what it due to about the country, held forth to cure

arrives here or at New Yoak horn England Marshal, H'. D. F. County tor as present there us, and we trust I ha lour friend in the diseases! upon which they have not the
purposestnd
public
of the: most inti'resting per.ouicals! MARSHAL'S Orric::, ? be but litde doubtthat it will be the scat I'country I will not neglect to notice the call. slightest! influence, some of which I hey!had

from which he will be able to furnish his April 13th, 1829. S 12-6t. ot Justice Walton .ountv. I j i It is painful nnd disagreeable t > us 10 b. tried previous to the use of the syrup, AS .
readers with the latent literary produc continually dunning our friends, and, be heir
may seen by own aU st.t'iolt\l.\
The Lots 195 feet
lions of merit instead of receiving them are square ; prices! while our EstauIuhaiiMU atilt needs an udditiou The
THE I 20 dollars each tor all E.ist' of the Mali; medicine >s so highly reputed by
ccotul hand from publications in tins! {: to our subscription. list, it aUo
uay of
some the for the of -
physicians!
JMTIO.YJL: LTELL1GEXCERriTHLISHEB road, and 25 dudara each fr: all to the : cure vinous
-tor those who-attach importance !! impolitic : we cannot help it, if
appear iiisc
country I ;; sevhat:: the proprietor' uwnknowlgt.
West thereof Terms third
lo the Proteus change of tashion, he has IX' TilE one Cash, i subscriptions; were regularly paid, the expense : ten gentlemen ..f the 1TI lh-
i the balance in nine
been induced to add La Bee: Assemblee, CITY OF WASHINGTON, and an twelve:months equal credit.( payment, at !I I would tic but light to our Subscribers Val faculty! were induced o try it in dis-
is believed the world to and we l lou.lrect'iv: ample support.even ,
which
by gay BT "xts *s, to winch they therne1ves1ia'I been
I
the small
we
_. hold the mirror up to nature, andwhirth & I patrons subject, und found great benefit frllin >:s
SES TON.II .
GA.LE3 ti the Subscriber: cither ou the pr-tnises, have-but without we cannot
will enable) him to pre*ent them National is old or through W II Hunt, Post M.u ;er at I I money pay'workmen use! ; one particularly! residing in Ailen-
'1I1 Intelligencer an > buy paper iuk, type. &c.. taI
\vith the earliest' no'.ioe of Mil$ chunges intaste'
established! Juurllal.\t hc Seat of the Pensacola, who 'iris: A plan of the Town !I carry on our Uisine t with satisfaction to 'own N. J.. whose dissolution was threat-
and fashion which are consantl.ytaltmg I .ned by a severe attack of liver complaint,
General Government. It publishes, originally lor their il1spct"timl.C. Oil! supporter and oursl'tt'Y"e must
place, and from it to select the regularly, and fully', the Proceedings S. V., Jonas. therefore earnestly entreat those resMmg ,;vhich; had prIou..ly rt-sistcd his own
elegant engravings: with which it is adorn :treatment, was! in the off w
curse
and Debates of also all out of Pen who are indebted! to
Congress ; ac ed to grace the pages of the Souvenir Abqua Sold.Ian. 18 9- 3-t; Clicks restored to the of -
the Stale Papers and llocumeuU of'pu! t<) remit to us bv mail, or poly to our Aj enjoyment perttct
fjuarterly: : -in short no expense h.os: been lic interest laid before Congress! or originating j I gents I \ the siuitll SIIIIM due us--thev must heahh.

spared that will be likely to mid to the in that body, and all th. Acts frut> i.II l\.rntTally know the amounts due, and accounts whicl- have been receive

value of our publication. Rut whilst our I Large Sutr; BUOYS nave b. e, wlii-n mail it shall bent our risk. ed from
passed by them. These recommenda I sent by ugeots III dtHefii; [11.11 tit 1,1| ne
I Attention is thus directed to whit tran-: tions. in addition to the variety of other FIVK) d i in tile Ch.UI'elleadilig from j The following enllemea are authorized. Union, spt-aking: ot the good effects produced
spiiL-s in Kurope. it shall -.iot permit to the Gull Stream, the ll.irDurof and rjMj-iested lo acras Agents for the Uui .
information which is to he found in its through ) by ill*" syrup, arc uiHciont to com-
_ f neglect SATIVB MEKIT; -and we shall olumns, connected with the General I.i KEY WKS1', into th: lUy of .:tXICO. i scene.ll.i'.lford. ile ut this time an octavo volume of upward *

freely rlcct from American publications crests of our own country, with Litcru I Vessels drawing" 9 !, feel waltr, and 1 L. C ttcn, Escanbla.Jerpmmfi of two hundred pages! to enunic.

*..vnt! seemsadapted to our purpo'e-and ; ture and Science', and the Affairs of the hound to Mobile\ Pensacola and N,-w- San!!, AlmiraMt. rate :all the cures.
Itttt out not lea l, we have succeeded in cha- Orlfans can b obse lie followingdirntiima C. S. V. Jones! Alumna.
4. Worlda' Large ; together with the vnig HIP dfoes! oftlu- "Columbian
<" our mt "cit ....Iuabtccorrapondent" G. tiuchee Syruparc
enlisting : many dll'ouh this Cbniincl with TltonirtS Bright, I'allei/
>&aa
racier of tairnt-ss which the |
both in this and i general paper John M. Holmes' I'fllll'I.TItIHu..1o ; judiciously! proportioned; iid ...1.. )ieJ
country has sustained under its -eni editor perfect safety, and thus avoid the tedious ., LOUJJ. ,
pr the a eaniLstrengtIi : the human
_ o
whose would do BalUell. Wcbbvilk.Henry .
in sys-
Europe, productions and dangerous navigation of the CuteIt ; -
for moke the National
muuy years kill h iso 'riHocent
credit to any pubiica/ion, and were we at ', useful and valuable, iareCMimende Intelligencer even ,
*
I tflccts: need lie apprehended froi
their the A'lpustus Sinele. Mngnolia.
liberty to give names to public, I to ttl who ft"t"lliu interest: in the concerns to steer f from Buoy to Huoy keeping close "
| when taken
would add lustre to any woik to which to them on either halo'} -Tiley are moored Leslie/ A. Thompson Talinhaasee.Kveriif agrerabty: to the .Jirec-
of ill is or of other countries.
: It be .
Montictlfo.Jad 'HI!! without!
attached in shoit exertion White mal giic.i
they w< re no The Ji'ilional Intelligenctr i is not a :in the deepest uuicr: and can !be dutinctlv any ap.reiIetsjnq
ivillbespared to rendt-r"TUE SOUVESIII,'' party teen from each other. The bearings ( Ilumuphi eye, Seminole Agency. !) to the rnuil: tender intuut or
piper, hut censures approves where B Goul.l -S/ keble adult.MEDICAL .
E. Augustine.Viliam
the of I I
in all! respects worthy paliouage censure! III' approbation\ seetui to be due of the Juoys* are as follows : I \ If'tst.Pcnrtco'la. .
Pinknev, Key
the public, bllth:4'1" cheap and elegAnt to public measures It supported thc Tlie: 1st Uuoy at the cn.r.'ilr..c tl" the Channel March 10 1S29.coPFL Urcnx.MKinATOHT: Xorici
emporium (.l I u t""ull1.mt interesting intorinntion. Admini.itiMlion or the Gsiier.tl: Government and) neuily la liu Harbour oi' Key IJivinr recommended ih, u>e ot Jli..

and a valutble repository rt when the measures of that Aclninislralion West, bears, Iro'u the LiIit House ou bright' ;'COLCMIJIANSIRUP" in mwn

I choice ptciineti8 uf Mihcellancoas i litera were such as to mett its up- Key \Vi-stb) Co.llpns-t. W. by \Veit.distant E private practice fur nearly two veai':, and

t ture. Strict Ht'.entiou will be bestttwedu : prob"tioll'| it avows a determination, 1 mile. I :utvmg witnessed its decided efficacy in

_ p r its moral tendency, and a cumt.t. : thou h it oppusfjl; : the election of Gen. 2n.l BUllY be:.&ra tVom the 1st Buoy N W many CastS which had previously resisted
U'o'c'-ruliH-ss: over the CIil.UItIt WHISKEY the 111111'.1 l remedies I
preserved JiAC'k'ion. to aipi'.m| the just meit.v.ires of b>" North. now with much
1 I fc.id intert-sis of virtue. tin AJininiiirHlion, but as certainly twuppusc 3rd. tinny bears from the 2u Buov, N.VV. rrlc-anuve give my testimony in its favour

:A pOI liun of the contents will be as the unjust ur proscriplive. It 12 North. FOR TElALE t, -f d will quote a few of the mast rl'mrka-
4th. Buoy bears from the 3d N. W. .dif! cures peribrmed by the which
follows : I \I' IIIt., I in principle, ; ,_opposed to any, Ad- I Buoy, same
I 1.2.sorth. & t: me uulcr notice.
I. Tlrs, original and selected; Essis: IUllllhlratlon ot tt!'.: GovcriiitieHt whose I my
mortl, hum
origtttalttd s..It! ted from the Lest American est* of a pai ly at heart rather than thegreat on Key West t. NTurth West by CIDER.Bags township, Montgomery county---"OOD'-Pa. of ul-P'

HIK! I'oieign publications; Biographical iiitcrests of lie country. It is, in West.uJ cerutioti of the mouth and throat, and
t sketches of distinguished persons, u word, what its title denote:: a National :: Vessels requiring PILOTS can obtaiN I'o! St. Domingo and viulenr inflammation of he eyes; the

IT.alend female ; Anecdotes, lloji Mots, paper. them; ..t Key West, as there is a boardof Havana CuilVe.! disease destroyed the soft parts of the

3tc kc. The original matter necessary For the independent and impartial branch Pilots) established.:: throat and roof ot the mouth that it Jaid
I The stoutest low is Fifty Barrels Rye Whiskey. -
10
water U
for this department ol our paper will he course which it ftus pursued the National !}! water bare the bone! anti marie its way It'to the
furnished by individuals wno are advantageously Intelligencer has been denounced, and au feet aiidul hi:>h water 12 1-2 teet on the nose.-Mrs. Mary Peierson, of \Vil mug

known to the public through attempt has been made to put it down Bar. WM. PINK ":Y, r One hundred and Fiftbox (tafl. Del confirmed Scrofula, under
Sttpti intc>nlunt of Buoy ... liich she laboured
il.L the medium of their literary productions. right or wrong, by the! strong arm of I nearly three year

q: 'J. The Toilet.! -In addition to the power directed by caucus: agency.<<: The CtSTouHouSl:. / : es Porter, Ale, Rilfl ide She had extensive scrofulous ulcetationson !

'Uuat Literary: m.rnrr uuntalned in si.Tiibr attempt Is! as w.in "'a it would be for any K&' \Ve:>T. January 20 18295. Fur sale byVanbaun the left side of the Ieck: ilowii la he?

t. -puUliciUoiis.the Proprietor has completed modern pruplict to bid the sun to stand Wilson.Peiisarola breast ; the breast very much enlarged ;
:
I arrangement by which he will be en4bled stilK Thirty years old, tins paper is not \vsPotvitvjcs Sec. i. her left arm swollen and useless, and her
ii> its but Nov. 17th. he-id on the! aflected side
to furnish correct descriptions ot the yet prime; acquires strengthand reclining:! tae:
t 'prevailing tall.ionbuth foreign and du power with every day of it> exist- JUST RECEir&o riA MOBILE. shoulder, and violent pain in her sy.iem

''tnestic, illustratcH with ele.;"." el) '1 IIV. tcucc. : HAMPERS Irish Potutoci, infine Extract from the proceeding oj the General Thomas Snydt-r, of 4heuinatc::

ings, besides the regular series, o.ice in Wimout having ever sought for popularity Bo order. "Directors of the Joint Stock .flection of Hi* head, followed I by an obl]
each of fashionable re strac!ion of the nostrils; severe
quarter; places ,or courted public patronage the Wharf Company. paia in
ort, .ketches of site, manners, &.c. &c. at I National Intelligencer enjoys Already the ALSO, March 5 tit, 1829. the upper Jaw, extending from the nO.i1l

the earliest possible period, and from the I widest; circulation of any Newspaper in ,AI Crates! Stone-ware, assorted. over the check bones ; the cheeks! exht

most authentic sources.: the United States.\ It U read iu every ': For sale hv "R KSOLVEl, that the amount of b ting high state of ;inflammation.:.

III, Miscellany.-Interesting items of State and Territory in the Union, and in F. H. 'isbet.PciisteiIt WharfConupiny' the Shares, be in increased the Joint to Stock sixtydo I Valentine( obstruction Boraet': ulceratinn of of the I leftnostril

% intelligence, foreign and domestic occur : every city and t.wn, as well as in the : March 3rd. 1829. liars each" in place of fifty dollars us !smell difficulty of tr.esaraelow 0'-
breathing. and
I It is read in
b ?cnces, deaths, mrnfcge8 &c. country. and evtry capital in ;heretofore determined ; and that the ten : pain of the systemMr.. Musick's severe

.11 IV. Engravings.-In each quarter the Europe extended pusebse by no other soilrccs Journal.of information UO \\ li1tl r, &e,. dial tars, the increased amount of cacti i son and daughter ; Mrs Musick.! of Chro.wife

-If Souvenir will be embellished ith foursplendid share he made payable on the Rlieunutism wi\h which
,
nic she
N1 had been
For the fir.t time an effort is made to Best Goshen Butter
it quarto c01>, r.plat. engravings 55I First 'Monday of May next, afflicted upwards of sixteen
the i it Flour in year his
of remarkable American or t.uiopeanscenery enlarge subscription to hy'.emlillg' !! Family half BbUPouchong v
I according to the filth M-ction (lithe Act son of scald head and Daughter: ef
of forth this : Prospectus, whici our ad.crsunas Tea < scorbutic
-or portraits dutinguisheichtr
v iu 4 o incorporation, passed by the Leii: llt.ti.e Aflection of the gums and ,lilcharh"efrom
politics are expccttd deal Cranberries,
so
of
'tcters-also one plate the prevail 17th 1828."
the
Council January left
11 ear.-Stephen :Snae'stn0fcarious ;
a lug fashions which will be sent coloured generously with as to'let it be Itt: n. and He-i t ncuiiidU Hams, (Gassoway.) affection
of the
: tree jt! c -.Arge to tho e who comply with our friend so kindly$ as to further our Uaisins, new Crop. whole of shin ; nearly the
the terms ot subscription" of payment in.I purpose with their aid and cointenanco.Heretofore : Half Bbls. No. 1 Mackerel.Half KUIlNiriTitE. the shin bone was destroed.
together with of the smaller
.h'liCe we have hardly wished ro enlarge best Cincinnati Family fUiiderwood' many bones
I : DOZ. first rate Fancy Chairs. of the foot.-Mr.
James
I our subscription list. Intending best aborted Piekles ano 3 M'Miiin, of livercomplaint
Each subscriber will thus! be furnished 1 Side Board and
: asthma. which he had
hereafter,. however, to devote ourselves Sauces, upr
I 4 Bureaus.
yearly uith twenty superior copperplateengravings wholly to the newspaper, aDd0 a proper Pine Apple Cheese.For I Bu.eau and! Secretary. wards ot nine yeais.-Mrs. Myers, of ulcerated
if
the price of which purchased -
mouth
sure and throat and
Sate her
improvement of "the cotHitiwn of by the Subscriber, at his Tables
Ladies'
4 and
dressing Bureau
would be than doub: the
:. smgiy more daughter of scrofula, Besides the diseases
the Press, we invite suck further subscriptions Store Stain Street in frent of the Public 6 Do. work Stnndi. ,
t annual cost of the entire work.V. above enumerated, I prescribed the
as, being punctually pied will Square.: 2 Do. writing do. Syrup
: \ Editor's Department,-Notice of remunerate our labor and expenses. J. Pescay. 2 Set dining tables. with great success in mercurial case and
'
il ttwng cve-nts,TheU..ciana., New Publica- secondary syphilis.In .
1 pair card do
The is Pensacola Nov. 21st.
NatiollalnltlJigmcer published 1838: -:3J.-tf.:
&
tiunCriitisis; Ue views, &c.TermsTheSouvenirwill .i>.
daily, at Ten:: Dollars per annum payablein 3 Bed stead giving this testimony of the merits of
: be publish advance. It is published, also, for the ;. HE Subscriber rtetpeciiuily lmn.uihs a Wash Stands! will be sold for Cash at the Columbian Syrup.- riiv.at..,i my
t cd every WedncsJayJand forwarded to more convenient circulation where a daily :. friends und the Public general. reduced prices, to close a consignment.Ha'uics language entirely of technical terms!, the

subscribers out of the city by mail or mail does not penetrate three times a Iy that he is now prepared to furnish, t Gates. better to be understood by those, to wnorq

eth-rwute a. m*)" be directed-each number week at Six Dollars per annum, payable the shortest notice, March Cth, ,1839.-S.-,'. it is intended to convey its effects. Iha;
.t!
'j!I 7 will contain Kiffat cloielv printed advance. A remittance of either .1 lL'LR.ON' length of time the diseases have heerv ,
and will be decorated with dissipated! convinces me, that the I
'h pagvs appro- these amounts in bank curej.
by mail,
paper of.: KIIlO 'V8 Ell &c.FOR
every descnption, as cheap as :
they can and
cs pried embeUishnients in addition to the will ensure the ptompt and regular trans', are f>crmtiiienl, it may with propriety
imported, with the additional ad vantage Sale, by the Subscriber be said that its
p. abovt: cngrav ngs.. m.ilioll of ercry paper that eu&y be ordcted. -. of their lately heuling qualities rank it
warranted
being
and also from .
; New Orleans, among the first remedies of the precntday.
Price of Subscription Three Dollmper warranted Axes, at the same rate. He Kirchwasser (of the Ulack Forest) JOHN I. UAYWBG, M.D

annum. payable in advance-for four Those subscribing, will please to signify will also be thankful for orders for work Charapaigne (Sparkling) Philadelphia,March 5, 1828.

: copies Eleven: UolUr*-for ten copies whether they desire the paper for a of tiny description in his old line of business : Gugnoiet d'Anjjern (French Cherry Cor The above mentioned Medicine can be

Twenty-five Dollar, and at the same rate. f year oily, and then to be stopped without .. ; and ouch as he may be favored. diuU.) procured, at three
For a larger number-in all case in ad I further notice to wish it to be con,. with, will lie performed with expedition,, Muscatel Wine, best quality. tie of the Subscribers, who will exhibit

vance' which entitles them to coloured tniued until countermanded. and in the most workmanlike manner, al 1 L Berdoaux Oil to any person applying, the certificjt.vs

plttesof! asfjn. Washington MUrch 51829. bit Blacksmith's Shop in Pensacnla. White Wine Vinegar: of cures alluded to by Doctor Mayweg,

: Philip Price> Jr. 1 Subscriptions received at the Office q::I. James Pendletou. II do.J.. Pescay. Vanbaun & Wilson

Philadelphia. i the Fcn* a.Gazetter!: 11th December 18281:-.:45-.tf. Pewacola, 16th Feb. 1829 5,-tf.- t'enucola, January 16rti.1S&--f.


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