Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: 3 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: June 23, 1829
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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i ol. ,rYe (Pri't". iat WOM homines.) YE 1S.1 COLA, TUESDAY JUSE 23rd 1829. (Open to all parties : influenced by non .) No. 21.

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POP.LUHKD'UtF.KLY. KYHASBLL I power and authority to appoin a constable ;a health officer, .to direct the safekeeping every year, and the said election shall beheld Sec. 7- Be it further uuuUd, That
ZHT Ttifricr whose duty it shall be to serve of the standard of wciJ! ,ts t:I ( under the inspection and superintendence said Town Councilmen shall have \

w. all process emanating from the said and measures appointed<< by Coiicre':!: I| of three inspectors, whose duty it 1 power to levy a poll tax not to exceed
of At l.a 'of L'rr Vnileil! States shall be to receive the votes and to cause I
/ corporate body, and to suppress all to provide ard regulate burial ground I' one dollar on each poll 10 go toward
end of the Territory of rurida.TER \ .: the name of every voter to be taken down t:
1S. \! riots, routs, affrays and breaches of out of said 'imits for the use of said and inscribed in a book, to be kept for thai 'I the maintenance of said corporation.

FOUR nm.l.\HS per annum, in adtanep; i if j the peace, contrary to he good order town, to establish and regulate pawls( purpose, and to cause the poll to be opened I Sec. 8Bf itfurtherenacted That
FIVE} and) of and for this and license and continued open from nine o'clockA. and laws of said Town
payment is ,1 Weiml six months, harmony society, to tax hawkers and ped nil ordinances
)()II.ARwilbe. ; re+juire.(t. ,I Itr.r jAdverti purpose{ he is hereby invested with lars, to restrain and prohibit all sorts shall. M.he until told o'clock and the P.names M. when of lhebalots the, seven! i Councilmen shall be posecl.op in

ONR: IXI.I.\ll.etnenu' for tnwrted eerv con fi.iirtern pirnoulv linep at, ; all the authority, rights & privilegesof of gaming, to restrain and prohibit persons having the gn-ateM number of three of the most public places in

f,rllr Cret in-vrihn, :nnd FIFTY CKNTS, 1!| the constables of the several tippling houses and l Irttteiics, to provide votes shall hE: declared, and notice of their said Town, at least three days before
for each (*+)Itt.nu.n:(' '-longer OIJLS in pro- matrix! rate's districts in this Territory<< j for the establishment of public election given to each of iliem. they sh.III; take effect.

ortion ALL KINDS OKTHANKFULLY 1 I Sec. J. Be it further enacted, That ; schools and superiutendance of the shall Sec.DC 15.the Be duty it ol further the mayor enacted of said, That town it, I! Sec. 9. Cc it further enacted, That

: said commissioners shall have power ;I same, to res'iain and) punish vagabonds at least! ten days previoutthe(! day appoint said Town Council shall have tho

ao jti1:1\.t: t :3 to enforce the collection of any flues, and! dNorderly. persons, to regulate ed for election appoint the inspectors( of power to fill all vacancies that may
.: EKCKIVED. AtPAKU rnO"\1rnv t tI t debts! dues, demands or forfeitures :;. and license (ferries, to keep i in' election required by this act, and to notify Inppen: in their own body during the

I NKATI KXlCimil OX RZA5O.NAULE !l due said corporation ; Provided ne-j i;I repair, all necessary: : streets, to rests rtiDI them of such shall appointment give public, mid notice the! at said lens inspectors : I. recess of their annual electron,& shallin -

TT1O1S, AT TlllS OFFICE j!: vertbeless+ the parties may be heard !land I } punish the disorderly conduct three days thereafter of the time and place all cases hold their respective offices

'Mill ir a bei cnni:'""'!*"*,s t"1'. ...lilt t 'ar j I in person or by counsel, and that ap- i I and offences! committed by negroes of such election. 1 until their successors! are duly quali.I .

SiitC" Ih,. '('.. EoIlt '- tnt! c :: .? 'jtf"e, i I }peils to the County or Suponor court I:i iI i I and persons of colour to lay! and h I'., _. t.Sec.'. l Irt.. De' "furJter' enacted_ That everymalt 1 I fled and elette.i: into office according
'Ihr 'sal Ill "
Public in the irBitJn '' "Ut' innaimam oi
turn ti: resumed. Since Hint tit.Ji".I. in. p'i- I I Le not allowed ; and provided) fur- ',i impose taxes and provide fur the collection l.'I mid upwards, who shall have twenty itVided' one to 1 the provision* of his act.
\ the said constable shall receive of the and!I 1 yt-afl\\ Sl'e.l0. lIt it enacted. That
vat,* corurins have given plate to public rther, that same, to impose month within the limits above further
cure; : ;. t,1Ih; (' former have Hi-i-ome Sfl m- '" exact or claim no other or !I appropriate fines and .penalties and J shall be entitled to vote for .) I5ucl1Cllrlnrttlion the President of said Town Council ;

triff.te a. to .' .u..ut immw'.Mte:: atJ,'r.tian. lees for his services, than are j forfeitures for breach of their ordinances -. ( \lS shall: within the limits of said
Tim QuUI.* :.ort.U of hip. tit!niutv now be greater .1 ,-.-. 17. Be it further tllarlf.d. That
devoted to ihes"ltleinent ('f 'I.i' outstandingol.v. \[ provided in similar cases by ).IW ; the j ; Provided! [ti1iil; ] no ordinance' th.lniel Hrtinlni, Tlnnnas A. Cntlow rfa-1." Town, have and exercise all theIi'

..n. and ro pwate conesjioiidenre, he 1 said commissioners! shall! helve the i I shall take effect until ten davt' afteiI r Allt-ii Fain !"th Sen. !lit', and they are litrej j j; "' NS and shall be entitled to receiveall .

bus ;:11 tcnred. for the present at leapt, the jpower i I { to levy a tax on town Ins.r1lfJ! ) I its p rnnndation, and generally tl) by, appointed inspectoi stipei intend t"t'J the fees iud emoluments of a Justice .
r -OI'I'I| toti of \. Gordon Esq., in the apply the same to such useful, public provide for the interior; I police ant j flection! fr councilmen for said ton of ilu Peace for this Territory.Sec. .

.Ed i' l:ai tlniirs.j4tch \ ai.d! rharitahie purpobos as they may I good.. government of said town. the first Monday in January lFy, and J JI 11. Be further enacted That
ITlh 18:29. they or any two of them niav. do the dutiesof I
1 .- --._. Mhr.\M-R .aYf.w ,Ioem ...-..c"iry to wdvatice the intw- j Sot 5 C# if further enacted That superintending ng irquiied. the act entitled au act to incorporate

LA fl9S OF FL tr1 R III.:!-. rs'st and welf"-0! : of caI tmvn.Ser. the said! loan council shall /IHve power Approved, .Nv.vciiil.et 12th, 1S29.An the island: of Key West passed Jan-

I ._ -- 10. C e it further enacted, That to compel the attendance of its nary Sth, 1328, be, and the same is
"=: :::: f--": : -: Act to incorporate the Tow. of Kry
BY AUTHOU1TY.in ihe chairman or magistrate of police own members, and to Jjdge of the West.De hereby, repealed ; Provided that such

fcball kcc'p} a hook, in which he shall elcc'ionand qualification} of its own it enacted by the Governor and rt'p'ashall\ not bt; construed to vacate

act toi"icnruTnfr tie Town nf Qtilncv-- lecord the proceedings: atd orders of members, and the yeas aid nays on I Legislative Council of the Ttrntory :ht offices of the present President!

Be ii enrcfid 611 ftc Grerrrreracd the commissi'juers at their several any qirstiou shad! at the request ofany i of J-'forida, That all the free wite! inhabitants I and Councilmen of said Town, but

Legislative C ounril af'tl a Territory mcet'mcs t, he shall keep a fair and cor- two members be plaed on the) : of that part of the: Island of the said President and Councilmenshall

of nidrr'nidrr, That H.-z.knh 11drr, rect account of all the receipts and record. i I Key West io tho of Monroe continue to have and exercise
county I
John T. J. Wilson, Ji: mi's A. Woo money cominjz into his hands, and} of Sec 6. He it ftrthercnritcd, That I I comprehended within the ,limits prescribed I their said offices until the day prescribed

m, Hector AW-.iH: and Willijm al! btiisemcjits inhde I l-y the commissioners the whole number of town .-ounci'imenelpc by the plan of said town, now I by this act for a new election.

Smith of said place, and! their successors ; it shill be:: his! duty to ted slnll\ he seven ; aid tint the nn tile in the clerk's office of said I county I Approved, November lOtb, 1828.A .

in office be, and they are heroby, issue all! notices, advertisements i {prore said! election shall be mad by ballot shall be, aud they are hereby constituted I RESOLtJTION.Yheicas

created a body! corporate I and politic, I' s and irroipts i for, :!nd oti beiialf I and shall be held a! such (hcc within '! a body politic and corpoiate. .
by the : ot Commissioners i, \ it is deemed essentially necessary I
mime ami style of said 'side tilt'iz '
I coiporationlo pu at II1/' town a liit' ciiHiinissiariers shall by the n.itfie. and style! of the town of of
for the Tewn of i for the better protection
Qtiiiicy audIS all .
I meetings to presidv on pro- appoint. Key West, and by their corporate l
: sucli, may assume the ri';!' Itt(< and cps! einnnatiui!_ by virtiu of this act, Sl'c,7. tic if./".-/$ :TOfffr/ That ihe name may :sue and be sued, inijdead tho revenue and inhabitants of the
oi'a Island of Key West that a Military
privileges body poli'ior corporate and when tlis'iursenicnis' or appropriations Mayor [and Councilmen] !ball. havepower and be implevided, grant, receive and established, and located
should be.
: with the trusts, I poM .s and! duties of are to be made to fill
to vacancies in their own : do all other acts as natural persons, Island then'forc-
hneinafter d.) ) uuon ,
prmidi: noiifv all the commissioners or so maIllY b( dhy ciusiu elections to be mid- and and hold real
tf ; ,
may personal
Sec. 2. Be it further ccWT-at' Be it Resolved by the Governorand
\ lhereofas be within the reach
in he
may : manner hepeJndireciedoutofthe! mixed
and or dispose
Said propeity legislative. Council of the Territory .
commissioners thall hold tltpirrespectivf dt'his
process to attend at the meeting cili/"'us qlJa/it'J: !:( 1', fill! the! !:.icl ouice. of the same for the benefit of aid I
offices for and] the i of J' loridtt, That the Delegate t
: dining wherein there i is he
pending lo a I II St-c. lit
S. it ( enacted Tint have and .
fur her ; turn, and may use a town; hi&
of from thc date of : 'to t Congress be requested to use
term year di>bursement or appropriation cf'a)')- th"
I Mayor and I ( uu.icilmen: sujl; !1 ill seal which may be broken or altered J effect the est.lbhsh-
their appointments, :nd they shaH! | I best exertions to
,t; nry.Sec. I ;ill!! CPS: C''nlll1fH to exoici :heir at pleasureSec.
have power, aiiJ it is hcrrhv J1Hdt 11. DC ,farther.acted That 'I meat of one company of the United
I rt''peciive i ftiiuMioi until!
... : > their sucresur. 2. Br il further enacted Tat! island of
the Key
'"tvt"c-t'r" --.hU..MJC h' ; Suites': Aitillery at
karatiLiti r JM llJu lilies of liu' tl..artcr se-: ..
l ull&Ilrr and .
a I : ; q-j.dififd to sJSec. 'r\ (
the of said shrill byflenrta
resignation or remcxal I trJr s'rul J government town West. .
aid"shall( in 1 t ,.., tfH "oQIJn'y, .
:1. tI.-I' y. He it fuithtjumacuLXIdays :Jl
regular succession: ; nt t the! expiration I: Sec. 12. Be it further enacted Thai hv' WSTSeWiff of co'in&fnfcrftthe : ,, A--? b. f"rllA.v duty '!*1f..n7u.Jl Tin* ifsiuill
t ion such i be the of the Clerk to
cf their term of service, hold an elsetiou I: this act shall take effect from and; after I cunve.Heat elected in the manner by the I I It'Pru transmit the
to of
pl +l't a3 the Mayor appoint with Delegate: a copy
on firsl Monday in I may and
January the first day of January next. n ; at the time hereinafter u I J this resolution
llllac limits 01'id town and : immediately.Approved .
for proceed
requisite number of I
memberscitzc i' ti! EH. AI.BA.i'resiient j directed.
to the elcctlo.i: ; by ballotof the AJivor November 23d, 1828.
ns ol lit! said : I
( place ;) Ptovid- of the Leri-'I.ttiye: Council.)
cd, that iu all cJseyhell the said I TUGS ML'NKOK, ('I. rk. saiJ town, who-shall be rieciedfrom Sec. 3. Re. if further enacted, That =. ;

commijsioncrs shall f.iil; to bold an ..)proved-Nobbenber21st, 1R1?. [18SSV1. ]I among thy conncilrneii elected) as all free white in.de persons over the I I

election as ss psrribed it shall and \ I'. iU\'AL, aforesaid ; iid the person having age of twenty-one years who shrill 9''tcL1MIbi.
l ,
Governor of the oi Florida, have resided within the limits -
beja-.vfu] Territory the gieali-st number of vote. shall be of the
fjr /
may any Juticcof: tho From the Savannah Georgian.DLELLIXG. .
Peace ruidinj:: within the limits of the An act fo isicoiporalr t};!' Town of l'hg, and exercise the powers and functions :.iforesaid town three whole mont f
noli.i.He previous to the day of election shall .
aforesaid j Mayor f for the ensuing jyar.Sue. .
corporation, to appoint tJm edi.ceet I it enacted t y the Governnr and 10. tie further enacted That have a right to vole for seven town Among the numerous evils which

persons, ciilseus: of said town I itfgi&latiee (.'aia cii of the Teirifory the said Mayor shall be president, of councilmen ; that said election shall the prejudice or example barbarous

of Q'iinry, whose duly it slnl! be, tcgive lof Florida, That all the white male tile board of town couucilmen and :incase be held on the first Monday of January ages has entailed oti us, that of private -
three d.v. ; notice of HH election combat is the least. Its
M inhabitants over the of in each at such place as the not
ape twenty of his death: resignation or year
be held fill re-
to to suh
vacancies dprtcred |" continuation
a n in civilized
to hold such : I I I one ycar. comprehended election. shall be be found, perhaps, on near inspection
eighteen three given ballot.
township : shall election
Sec. 3. Be. it further enacted. I range I cause an to beheld
That all) !. two south of the boar Sec. 4. Be it further enacted That owing mostly to the mistake of
fre white male enjoins of the age of twen-1 I I parallel: and 1 and the vacancy filled from their ,
ty one vents, re'idin wthi-i the limits of I j,I east of the meridinn, in the county of fJowii body as heretofore enacted.S said town councilman shall have power men, whilst in quest of ofdistinction of

said h\VD, Khali be etnit'ed! to vote in the I. Leon and District of middle Florida, -c. ll": Be further enacted, That lo rdect from their own body a President \vh:it constitutes true greatness.: ..

election Set-. 4.for Be commissioners further fir said town. shall le and they are hereby constituted ;- the appoiutint-ut of all town officers and not less than three of their I do not purpose to notice the custom '

commissioner siiHll. from enactrd.heir body That, eiecta said I I a body politic and corporateby shall be made by the mayor; and own body shall be necessary to trans as an offence against Gud, or th& !

chairman: tvno shall be known and de- I the name. and style of hc Town of cf.tracllmenjnintJ and two thirds:: of act business and shall meet at such the laws of the land, but as adverseto

PC' ihed as the .Ala:istrate of police; and Magnolia, and by their corporate their whole number, shall be times and places l! within the limits of he pursuit and attainment of lasu: f
not more ror |Ipu than three of sai.t cotn- and necessaryto the aforesaid ing fame. And the
name may sue be sued, impleadand a choice.: town as they may deem though greater '

mi.tionersshall board far the transaction be necessary of bimin to con is.S ..tiiuteit be implc.ided, and do all other Sec. 12. Be further enacted, Tlw' iiecessai: ,v. (II'what I shall urge may have been

-r. 5. Be Ii further euaeleil: That the acts as natural persons, and ruby purchase I two thirds of, the members of tllii I Sec. 5. fi e it further enacted Th..* diversely said before, yet as I writo V

Chainn or Mac: trate of |'otic% ill hereby and hold real, personal and mixed i board of councilmen shall he a :said town councilmen shall /mice powt'r principally: for the young and ambi*

said invebted romrainsion with the for Hiitlioiily to convene property or dispose of the SHIUeI j I rum to do business, hut a stroller number quo-- and full authority, to prevent and lious, it may be pertinent to these, it .
rs tlf transaction of
trite lootheis.
ttusinr S, as often as he may deem necossafy.nnd for the benefit of said town. I may adjourn from day to day, remove nuisances, to license and regulate ,, ,
in case of the nbwnce or neglectof I Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That they may compel the attendance of absent retailers of spirituous l.quors, To men in pursuit of; aq object; .: -. .

<;tid chairman or rn-irinrHie i of police; to the government of the town shall Lc I members in such manner and to restrain and prohibit all sorts [of] that early efforts bo successful it '13 <_ .

coiivene SHK! coBi.nihsiouers: it shall and I vested in a Mayor and six Councilmen under such penalties ;is they gaming, to establish and regulate of the first importance to know tho'
lawful for may by
be three
of aid
may uiy commissioners to he elected in the markets the safe of for its obtainmenl. In
to convene, find appoint a chair- manner ordinance provide ; they shall setilt keeping weights'and means no period -
ruan or magistrate of police for the lime hereinafter designated, each of whom there rules of proceedings} appoint measures, to provide for and regulate of lifeare men so liable as ill '

Drina fur ihe tran"ciion of business. shall have the qualification of being their own officers regulate their respective streetssquares and lots, aud the youth to mistake not only vice for
Sec. 6. Bf it further enacted, That said !, the proprietor of a lot, and shall have foes and remove them erecfioH of graces and other struc- virtue but the real basis and component -
at ..
and Commissioners are herehv invested shall have jrith the the full authority power j i II resided six months within tiro !limits pleasure, and may with the concur- tures, to commission and license parts of solid and lasting fame.I .
( aforesaid, in order to fill either of \reighers to regulate patroles to shall not ask with the Poet '
to prevent ci remove nuisances, to license rence of two thirds of the whole, expel : restrain -
retoilers of spirituous liquor, and pie I said offices. any member for disorderly behaviouror nnd punish vagabonds and disorderly 'What is this fame for which we thoughts

scribi.! such rules and regulations as maybe Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That ,i mal-conduct in office; they shall persons, to erect and keep employ, 1
deemed necessary! for the good ordei the Mayor shall have tho wharves, to appoint pilots and 'The ow m-r's wife which other men enBecause -
exercise regulate
power, of
alai quietude of mid town ; they shall fur :j keep a journal their proceditigs.I joy 1"
thermorc h.ite: the power to prohibit all all the duties and may receive :I and their deliberations shall be pub-' pilotage for said town, itrl1a rour
sorts of gaming" to regulate markets to the fees of a justice of the peace '. lie. and the entrance into the same, to the love of fame, if right .

r-nimiiioii and license trei hers, to direct within the limits of s.iid corporation.Sec. I Sec 13. Be it further enacted, That it regulate the: anchorage aud mooring directed, gives energy to the mil .r,. '
thel2h' keeoin. of the standard of weights 4. Be it further enacted That J shall he the duty of the aid Mayor to are of vessels in the same, to tax aud license I and i is, in the affairs of life, what zeal .

and measures, tn provide for the openingand the town council shall have full that the ordinances of the said council are hawkers: and pedlars, or tran- is ,in religion. But whilst the lovq
jlrc'f'n.lltio() of streets, square, well, and power duly executed and to call a meeting of the sient traders and of frame i is be commended '
authority to and generally to providefor 10 especially: _
pumps, and other public structures appoint prevent remove councilmen whenever in Iris opinion the ,
patrols fr said town. and prescrihe, nuisances, to pass all iJvelawsa1 public good may require : that said major t the interior police and good gov- iii the young it is the choice of
rules andregnlatioiitf fur their goverurncnt. ordinances, to regulate and esta- hall within five daj alter his election take ernment of said town. means to obtain the end, that merits

and generally provide such labia! And regulations blish markets, to license and regulate I an oath or solemn affirmation before any Sec 6. Be further enacted,T hat praise or censure.Perhaps .
for the and + oflhis
puiice good government judge or justiceofihe peace Territory
of said 111.! e, as they BMV deem ne- retailers of liquors billiard table ;;; .' that he will lo he utmost of his po,cr said Town Councilmen shall have I I no class of men are more
(".'U,. keepers, theatrical and other public |, support, Advance and defend the i interest, power and authority: to enforce all I''egregiousmistaken! than the youngi
Sec 7. Be further enacted, That said amusements, tavern keepers fo erect peace and good order of the town of Magnolia laws of the Legislative Council ofi i i who imagine courage to be indicative
commiskioners, through their chairman or and repair bridges and wharves ; and f.iithfuMy! Hud diligently discharge this Territory, and of their
uf and the
own body a superior nature, duelling
i j
the dutie of of the said
magistrate of poli] --e, Ihftlt l! have power to ? mayor town
Carry into effect nil laws and regulationsof Provided that no bridge: or wharf.J during his continuance in office, and that regulating the quarantine of vessels necessary proof its possession As
their own board ;Fiovidr l nevertheless, shall be erected across the St. Mark's \!: he will/ support the constitution of the United and for the preservation! of the health though courage weie so rare quality

thru o puuishmant by iinprumninent for river so an to prevent the aae: passage {II States ;" and be shall within the aforesaid of said Town, and shall have the'i in men, that it should be tiirusl ostentatiously -,
j Contempt or other violation i of the ordinances other craft d.t- time ol' five days after the election, convene
of boats
or ascending or to health
power appoint a officer and :: forward for notice. child
the councilmen elect and administer to each as a
of said commisssiflnerg shall
I sceudiug said river; to regulate the stationing \I of them on oath or affirmation similar: such other officers as shall be deemed shows school( token for good beha-
exceed: Urpntj four hour, nor sh? l 1I! anchorage & moving [moor-, !I that tan by himself. necessary to carry into effect all their viour.V hen so far from deserving
; any fine exceed the sum of ten dol- of establish & I Sec. 14. Be further enacted, That the !bins and
ing] vessel*, to regulate ordinances, and shall allow ,, particular commendation, it rain fact;. : '

j Jars quarantine laws fur the preservation first sKrll election take place for councilmen on the firtt under this act in them such compensation as they may >I but a common quality of which not; _

j Sec. s: Re further naffcd., That of the health of the town; to regulate! January 1829 and each sncceeding-ejection Monday I deem. \,,rope; and right; for their sir- one i man iu ten thousand is destitute,. ;

1 said curjP;>r-iKoets shall have: the ,and appoint pilots; likewise to appoint i i!' shall! be held on the first Monday in January l !!1 I! jwsiespifd iu cormr.on by the private

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ssiim in 1 earth. An l indeetJwhoever is self- this l'1 1'nCt' by fortuitous events ; lenity
.t That seil-pi r d-ingcr, ofhc Chief M-iRistrale, han! have aU! con- forming the Tuiks, which, ??
( ) fli1 i tkI', nvrstly t from haltits; devoted enough", to die cheerfully for but by a constant: sacrifia-.of their ease!, spiiT
-t SIMMI. m tlm ani iptv' of tins landsman Im country when: tiecessmy, or to and an intense application to their du. It w Mud afford the PresMent much satisfaction I aro particularly partial! to the Arneri.

1 when) first climbing the bhrouds end sjcrifitx IMS private interests to those tics as nWI:. It is indeed an nphorism> could he adopt the recommendation : cans-more so than to any other

hi' wnc ttc' rnyh n a sailor, whilst of the public, has not only greatpr that: lasting fame only arise proportionality of the Court, set aside itsverrtnt. i The Turkish character I nation.
and restore Lt. Colonel ; am
silofi in the stopn5 he clings to the pleasure from existence than the sellish to the service disinterestedly: hill rink a.tllo hi* command This Mjfaiu,I am to I very much pleased; with,-more aothn

tuMi'linc ;srnr tn-t is thrown! from side 1 herd of mankind, but !has ensured rendered mankind, whether in the directed to say, cannot be done, regard I n with the Greeks. Ifwe forrn

; (,) 5 -le hy his volltn ship ; or in the an after fame when life i is enued. field defending! their right, or in study beinjc had to the )high obligation' of see I this Treaty, which we crrthinly will

\'crttfl h..tion of the r'Mrruil when en- It certainly nerd not be asked maturing means to meliorate their ing1 that the laws are faithfully executed. I do, one of out ships will go to Constantinople
i whether ( dwllist has condition. In fine he that would! nave Lt Colonel is charged and found
fltj\\Mi: balllr, mid his subsequent wprofessed any I which will be a very remarkable

}\r.. ii4Ilwn>} a v
i: ;jfuYpende-i of h.shit; and wholly oVprtvl.uj I principle. For the motives which as but one whole opportunity rightly law of the country, that the Executive :I seU are allowed to pass the Darda-

: ; 0:1: tks* r.iiiistmttiottal netves I actu.iu him, are selfish, and ihcrefo improved, the pi ice of the purchase.MENTOR. clemency cannot he iiUerpnsf,where I no'les. Thct! have been particularly

f the! man. would be unworthy of I rf, iis; devoid of generosity and no. hy to excuse, justify hcrejfier, any similAr successful in their engagements with

but, sin ,.> it i* not "he animal, but tlenc is those of thv miser, and in Remarkable fncrcasc.-We have been conduct in others. Every soldier, before the ilu iiiu. The Emperor; is co!.
the but directed (tirfIssIt1; liy DItitl Royre of Riplt', he_become- such_ is a free man ; and
the wrnt/, qll; -ties uf iho mr.iMlntIlVlk" jl jrs! nre same, : lecting an immense army to attdok :
even alter his enlistment surrenders those
New York wilh an account ef rtt
him -fcl }ir.lior Jo '1lti r nnia "b.! to a more mischievous: end. Nor may civil I thc Turks. The Grand'Signtor is
ra.irkable increase of Bees belonging itliiaj rights only, which are demanded of to
And if i it we
':1 would ou'.y tjs ".ititl"d' to rtypeti sit men, but to have a greater confidence is certified to bjr the Posimaiter and pub- of his country. BV the lawS ol; tlut nothing to do of any conspquence-

was under .IM gutdiin of reason, in his stiot. II t compelled to -be in licOfficers of the Ionn. In the course of country he (ed and believes him*elr pro- now and then we convoy nn American
with such the caution of Stiilelhinglrs than jevi-n years rind n hull, ter.tcdwhen entering upon his cnlisiineul
and) coatribtitcd tn make us! jossessortij company ve"'el to the mouth of the Levdnr
fron a single staiin of bees, lie h .d taken from every t'nn' ; ot personal abuse,&
tho i'oet should be remembered- per.
and For
fnl' affrpadMr a man and Snivrwlngaii
ut| tl smarms from which he obiaiaed 'toi suonal ile;radation. Even by a Court Mar- immediately to

shouM not, :J'cAcrso fearless, .l *sire 'I Pfl'p.for death, if here a-1 night you ttse 1705 pounds of honey ; ten snarm* tial.atnpcs or laslit cannot he infi.ctrd, :. All the piracies hare; been

to live 3 in "society as a Tiger in hiMont tN"m, :nj.l < sr.i|!ed to the woods and were lot>t ; be 'ause Hie l.iw: prolnb.ts; ihcm: : -.'.JI Jess \J'prellsI'J. \'c.do not compl tin of

{ ; n rommon terror, un'rcss, indeed. I U And igo yimr "ill before jon sup (nun fillet figlity eight summit renuiined i.. tick "hould! they bi' auff'eretl to -nflioted by the dul hiit'ss of the time, as \it i is t-.ken
'uunl'; hivr-s, in -ich) there wert- by ihe rstimaieaf !an officer, whose duty it h to be the su'ldirr's -
He woild; be hunted or avoided with
J C' S.mffifty fop with n w 'ommiCf tu. vain, intelligent, and iinp"ttial men, not less protestor in nil Ins legal phis anti l lto up giving and oing to B.ills mid

as a host fiowex'pr, courageous1h I I" U'no hlt-ejT* ou bra uU.!es till he killi !m I lv.in 765-1 pounds ol' honey, making a ry- watch over them, vith the justice and there aro musical J (p.iriies hero very of.

.: \racter sinJ l.igh'H'Ming mmrt'rs; I tn-nn ; I fat o(Ij hundred and lliim nine inarins cre oi'a father. I he spldier cannot oe tel.."

itrik c' but too< often tin imagination 'H-t, and MKJV nine punuds of honey. The ho-
a youth, ns the" gaudy colors of a pic- Himself -injected to Ihe abiise aiut: t\r.- have .'.n .1 fetter flora Cater Jolm
Proroke-i a fctoU, *nO siam fur a nev.", at the price it uimlly told in this vi- D.
flue Itl) 1h.H of a child, whilst it is in- jest. j-ou ci'Hly.! r wouH! ) amount lo more than fitieeiifiuiid n) ot his officer, III d I' spite of the j)rototion b'oHl' .,t t.'ienew:
rtUt'iwe' tthe' art of shade and light; 'ed doiia.ii.Ve$ know not why be,s, winch th<: positive la''s of bib c->un. which he states that he an ived ."( ii: >
It rmv bt said, and frequently is with attention try assure tl) linn. Personal, violence un days, and express* the h.-lipfthdl id he
8"j to-i, t.p youth wor.M imitate these, proper may not du a* well/
said, that nsen should adapt their conduct in this Sf"cli..n of ttuCountry hi in ; nthr > Ins $pait towards an I ulcer carries with it not bi-eu detaineil by the squadron he
ut ti! more rair tud valu-ible traits he puoishmc of death should Have a ade t'ti- iii
while he for 30
bi,' the ; pIage dy .
lo th' circumstaures in which ; lfllif'Y willwith, b"st ofra>e,
of( c'uMcter! ; and Inodable( ttiodefity of, yitl" half all much inn ease Rill tile a'bovcto, -imlar: Mg,rt' lion towards him by his of- He adds. my hip' is every thing I could

di'-uf: .mor irc despised or ntoticc'd.v they Nl iay be placed, and that without **hrti mi>rf piofitithle business can the farmer ficer, isilepiived of remedy! if atter conviction wish her, sails uncommonly fa"i, and i is the

.tl'h.- are lik'vvist i > most always daz-; duelling exigence u( situation wouldnot turn ajioition of his allention ? by a Court,the ffr .Ht!. slull Bail most mmfonaMe spa-hoat t wm f"Y"" in." 3
'be provided for. AN, perhaps, 7 7a.. cletiieiscy through the interposition of the The St LOUJK sailed from Rio about the
./\I. hy thi'fc feats of persona! danuy < they are in J.ultljt!i life and their .- .. S... -.- > : -Spy.GAZETTE, Kxecu'm-. JOth. April for the Pacific; Il'ilth..
fI'f, whith \\\* iife criibeityof.has : onlv sof.ure whilst hedged reputation wilh By order of the President Guerriere, as she required) caulking

'Jill' been r.ijbjrcted to the caprice; j I : of the United States. Ministers London and'Parj.._
;'iU'is, diiks, .ml: canes. But in reply I
of 15iit th -- --- ----- .
iiniher. let <*mifiii fJllr .H' 1--.s. -'-- '- The fti.-hnwnd} Enquirer .
I ibere be something John d. Katon. s| tts that
; counterfeit -
of I fame t-ilto ,: wl" "
listing as a ninnrntt the up u MI; -"iS ".5 t-i, "
for the way, tint, If the milioi! ; whohivn j Il in that coin ci wtiirb examinf i A letter MI the| nirli.-..,lHI nQllirf'r.rtR' ;;lbo ut ih 1st of Jivly. The intention

sought it by force & arms, withOut 1 j .j!; refused ; and, besides were it WftAh llgton. Miy 2Gth represent the of the Govrrnmrtif i is In se'id out

rf-.frrcnct'to (he g')o.l f of others, j 1 I ;ermine, ilrrust soon be in thc lwepI ,I Presulenl as personally looking into everything Mo ;rs" Mr.L'lIl' k Kivp-.inth ; same-
of Ith'rs connected with the HdministiHtion of
nH! .U r oliiivionsly !tmri..d or ku<*vrntja i I ing i iI public affairs ; sagacious. in the oetec- !I'I'Ihe vc-Ss,1-fhe Consli'llniiofr. Shp i i j" now

y to 'b<5 bated, whilst many whose !j I It njist, however, be conCCdtHi'l lion of abuses that !ia\e rropt into it, and :at Norfftlfcr and ordered to he put in

con -so was !hnrabic'and nnapplnnde::i int I II jth-it there cur instances of prompt in coi reefing them, visiting fre- I ,immediate r,w
first, have !li\'c(1 l and ever will live, illjtlry'hklt require uncommon for- qncn'ly the Eecutie offices, and supervising T'ie National? Inti-IIigenct contains
l hearanc". ThPit die! suffeier from his the pntcceUitigs; ot the subordinate nilwiicl
as the benfif.ictors of their spcie in translated from a \I ,IMIICS| paper,
functional "In
visit she
a recent to
situation in i js
socieij, seemingly re- I relative to the occurrences at Port Mahon.
the grateful remembrance! mankind.: rf itwy Department," says the writer, "hear-I
ell to inflict whic.i, confirms the statement of
'Tlii is sufficient [HUt that exampl-irv punishment i-j r jog that the books belouguig Jllt"HI branch r.ap'.lirJO.wn..s
ton, a I J A j of: ID iof anti l ri'ies justictto him.
I in return or be proarhed with particularly -
.. the administration i
public were 'f'rV '
ijplbie we may hope lo obtain the ob- jl jlI p-_ --- -.: : _- in the following paraor-ipli "
.' jfcl of our pursuit, we mil:! (lir>make I want sensibility and cUJragf'. And TU :DArJl E 2: 1I1 J : ranch:% bfhind hand by the neglect of the I Ilatn I *'Ca. t. Dmvne* has .H'I'd in ih-s! cirriimsttincev '
I I! that is sufficient --- incumbents addressed tiinisell'tothe ,
no precaution or fornsight ;lt! I '
w 3 < >ifi ami
.lvesuseful) toothers. And how pru < tn' (ii-
.our' iJCllr. clerks, told thei there were a enl j
J tf'itlF :'ii g
I! to secure os at all times from I lion which. itn'iur dou'-t! ('.Hiti;, l loin t->
assiduously soeverve m:w strive too ; c-----=-- __. many applicant for their places nid if| '
( the esteem of ali inn who. bef-ir
this slnll! find div j|I'ilt:w.VHrp duelling confined toexfj'emfle I \ e they did not bring up the: arrears jf bui. in mrigup
we never our egtl"lg an opi.inn fin 11'Y atuiir, d-r? >* ;. 'i.i.
: caes irreun-di.tble; otherwise, no, he c .uJ! find men thutoud.! II ,
too long for the completion; oT our !: Litclinn .luTr.J.-Tht' ft.1I \ "0 ate the derst.n.ti prop.r/iv' ll:>i: 11rdiof: I ir Si cc

tisk. Since, indeed, the longest) life I;,;.and' wantci; ?;g te'sors wee cer(4u11ylflhiiiStit'(1 I CWI os u| voes ui the late election (lor tIelegasr I The Frankfort Commentator- states that a I j jPublic hi" arrival a' 'fflllhil.! t'ic pr.ni.i.' 'Ii.l
I J le I would remain'th.m moderation T,< not !been I Itt
> objection! ; to rejuesenl ihe TeiriKuy ol, szI&t: fir; 'ie
&petit in tire SKI vice of m-tnkind: : or iu ,; Dinner had been iven in hono'ir "i. .
ht> 'lF re1 lo tl' .hnitrf! ,
oe he t'londa the T\H ; :oi to nitevio
: in nly.6t
for that service hardly ; in-iv n>rv urged to pncI : LongieSHo/: J i\Ii. Clay nea' Lexiiijr 'Tti'rere, |I"r
fitticg is I i 0 did whilst in J JI United Stairs, so fai' tll'e.
heat ofj I hear L.liu.i\ Ihrpf
I i r men we (says ) or t> u.jhoiuaml 'I
enough to ensure their J lasing, adniration. '! collect Ui.m iu>m the Newseipers ; we 011 the same siiiiject lw! National lavllife .
( people on the gimuid, ofhmn
blood, retirand settle their diflicul-I
Not thit in the end they ate i j I believ tl..y"IH tie found1'iejr cu n.t I ,aililUlJg I Ii I about 2400 !?:n dniiior.I Tin: ,,ce ol servesMVe -
sriv' at"j j ities i impHuousiu'ss of temper, if it did isle not OlricnLCWUVTII. tI'HVU.'U com-I. are b.ipjr ii r.d.lifionf to !he ti'ds!
fvw f-ivoied .
unjust, but because so ; j II pany "as with a "j''ech fiom
not extenuate, would palliate. Buias .. \ Hilt (jASDlNf.sC.iuliia \\ 1"A TT. to tatt I lh(; li! *- ajTiiIH -vfll derr"oi}
have, their claims Clay, of an /hour or more in the dehveiy.
dentlv t.
enough ) It
I i bv the two GovernnieiUi. and l
the practice exists' with: us, it In- 'Jili ltj I is no' !ik.1y
s'i.li founded., 1 \\'nll"". fc5! t I) 3. ; 10 pr"dnrf, as seems to ha'e b"en f'ird
Pie li"nl; ha
not even t this apology fir days The : appointed; Prar.cis G.
If-.hft rational cafcul-itictis mid j in poor ; ,\aslungton, 55 3t OO I 5'Caulcy, 'i i'uiser in hc i\.ivv.. any ii'i'iappy' plf'clin the re'af. p i* between -
and:! wee!;' and even months "
arc the two Government
spent J.tI.\"nu HI10'
othe ;'.T..iriWNe t1td i in thiswouldnot 2Jj I .. .. __ ___ _. ...r .t.. ,... .U'1l1 1"
--- -- -- -- --
a m In, ifre.illy .tmSitio! is of .1 in pranice anj )rmrattt.; But m if .:IJ".i..u.i .;)C DO 8 -S.:==;. _; _- -. ._ & < 1"f I Tn-V.-r-9...... ,., .". 10,', March.- :tI'r'-.s-'il 1 ".-)tebv
H..i' IJ } m\f\ 1 ,hefflt fu'frJn: 'hmivirtltrred 4ee'snr va. I'lhdsdcn _. Prnvi-'onal ,
the G'\'f'r:1rnen' o' Ru.
'" -- -- to no
.'tin? fame, ev.cn.if< * b ? hut one 01 W., fabio! is the meii1"' iinir, the coniluc't ,
I hh( u'd proceed, a LI-OII, 1 10 loti 259 IlIaTuR.-UndcrSUH1I\ing\ that the Avres, 1" "i-
d( iuriiblo -it a time \Vl i At wUllle l .' nmwrr- I Alachua, 17 111 3 Honorable B .ird of Aldehru ha ,e ii,. \ it'H-r Fed-i(i!. -n phnderi-i :he hrs

proh lhi\iIY! ;! of ((dinifnUh! [ his rh-uicH Two youthful lions were slowl\ 1 1nar.i" D'IbdI, J3 Cvi; 4 crensed the *al iry of his Honor the .Mat or .\ '"7np./.. Of "II'ln. nit h.r c9rsq'i'ntc1"n
it"id wiin ; i it 0 H 0 and dollars, it i is ,, the U's. Sl' oo of wi1 Eie.Cant .
f obtaining it, !Ity a ht rvormarv : ; the ; lasllulto, to four hundred cignty
heath nobility
01 on
.J : conversing and calls the Justice of
Turner on
1" i. b .t ,u, 31 10 to lie hoped that us the sickly season is it
in; or accu tiii"inuth .t C1t."lnH," H')" f t (;their blood and the exploits: .Jwliti's& lila 102 3 :.' hand, he wil1 he i.I'o l on the alL'rt.to c-uwe the JovvnintMt to rf'cl1It rrivatoer

In'tJ.O n-rionsly! tli[ Mi (ou--ut. \lit'> I i <)f iheir ancestors, when the progressI .\ B 1 7a 0 I IIuuroe. 'I. alt nuisances to be removed, and to give I commissions exi mgat hat n-rin 1. 'tctorfingtv. -

to reflect, "\ ho fi-eU a iniwliiy;; fcoul I onev..;, ..rrcstcd by the sight of u ,I more of his attention ami tiitwas it wag the Hu&no* Ayres Cov"-rnnentdecree.ofwhich

,iTrin wiihin; c. |wble by 'H* exer- I which be here IdU 1108 479 I I Mined by hi* supporters. thai lie could nut'' ist1ir n. t\te follow % is
: huge reptile, may
riura'ity/ for Col. WHITS 305 \otes. I his valuable services all to the City. the sub'.hur.p
and) give
elects *-
yet puss. called of the
hulls or great of timl'J :.1 !laUi2M>ak larger Whole nuuibei of votes polte.t(, OOO.TJt't 1! fur S') IriCinp; a compensation: as the hundred Art 1st. The orr-ateer cornin'usions 13sueiV -
llut one, littte, brief SJMCC s'r/.e. With mane ai.d tail orect, the \ere 1 everal Precincts at whfrfh Polls dollars. Kijaiiat Brazil which may not set

for ibal exertion ? It U not ihe pain Lion advanced whilst the ground wt-ie i.ot opened, and oihern ef which some I| Jcneoih: 1629. \ Subscribe I have hcri returned i's CJovernmei t by

of dyinii.or 04< a woiwd.hut it 1* loss of: seemed to hum from iho glare of his I of the votei did not vote; so that we think II I .. .- heir owners, shall be coii$ lered null' in
short ol Floiid.i piolidbly' conluius about 40vX -- I their effects.Art. .
O\prtunityami the stlll'Viu 4 and tremble Ht his i growls. The t President.Villi HI
I the ,
eyes voters. I Appointments!/ 2nJ. In like manner are an-ville.1
the god, tint ou-jht' to have.w igbixvhen Serpent on the other hand, iu coil, By lh< following piiragraph, (rom the \1 ;m I.ytle.of CiiicinMHli, (Ohio) to I the prii ateer cummiss ons lately .i-sue 1 a-

balancing; the reasons for and with deifrt'iin: ? rattle his head raised I Savunimh Georgian of Juitt Bill, it will be I I be_ Snrvexor. General. _, for_Ohio_ _District in I jjumst ::.. )- .

_....':141'...ctj. iriv.iti.. -- r.oluba1.b" ; and (;miz'i luiwd. awaited ljolltv. And seen tttat" Wra.- l'Crca"'I.LU"t Atti- place ()I Eitwarltu'i-S t'f" rerncvru.Mises u J. I Art. 3nl Every inli.iil-ial who m.yhave .
sox Me R ) Csq.. late U.: SDi ;; Cincinnati (Ohio \n I
\ Nor should our interests and safetyhe as his'C answered fire with nreagiin LA) C-I--At-1 Uawfaollof ) I obt .ine l either of the classes of conimiisiona -
i in.-y :tf jhe Southern (formerly of Public at the Land
relatively be Receiver money in the articles
- cor.sider-edMJtHMtely, but I and : : expresseil foregoing
I his changeful
livid ;
( For spots Mi.1.lie) District ofFloriiU, ha* come to an i p Office, Cincinnati, in place of Andrew AI. I I shall be ool-tjated: u.cl ler the most
- 1 10 thusc of our antagonist. of hues, with( every muscle and fibre .ntiHirly eml u.the. haud of Captain Bailey, removed. I sei ions rep.flSiliIity. to present them at .
k wJifihw our drift he the admiration swelled by rage and palpitating with CHARLES E. HA XtS, of the Mexican 1 John !I McCa'ilaM..rshal; Sentuckvin the Marne! Department.

11 nosteHtv't or merely hippiwss in life, poison, spoke him ready for the worst, N v, We piegume ihnt the enu&e of the place of Chapman Colenuu rctr.y>cl I !.rt. 4th. The necessary orders phall be

1 uot alirnstn our alferuonsvitn ( 1 and due the onset. taking Capt. 11. to St. Augustine for trial. John Speed Sn \h, iVutrict Attorney I kjiven fur fitting out vessels of th'. Nation.il : -
I! Tve inv s,) ftr from others, as \ to ; wa the WHIt <.f a saftf pruon at Key Went forth- District Kentucky, in place ot : qtia-lron, to cfli'zrOn those seas :Jrequcfited -
\ impunity 44 For a moment they exchanged "The Rovenne Cutter Marion Capt. removed. 1
i indifleren II t the John, Ciittenden, by the Privateers recover fio-n
To take life with uin.tce: when the Lion seeming suddenly J aksolIITivet, yesterday ill'three Cornelius P. Van Ness, of Ycu mor.t, to I the'mhir commissions arid procee 1 to

t former, success will depend much on lo recollect himself, with slow d..),, from Key VVest. We understand be Envoy Kxtraordinary and Ministe.Plenipotentiary I I d'Huroi' them, with the tine formalities.i

LII the sentiments we manifest t. orire raerisuied \v:liked round the there of of the United Stat.sto I I Ait. 5th Let thi-s Se cutnruuutcatfed :andpuMishetL
at1. pice was no intelligence
Alua.l er H. Eve-
have entertained for \ SiHin, i ill tile pace
to who had I
reptile. His companion at the time of her sailing.
I mankind. And further, thai ap.ithy importance ** rett, recalled. A.. ..u Signed) BimWN..Signed .
.. lilA vbrPUOIt'4 of diD.sitiO1HI stood expecting an end of the Serpent. A rencontre took place at tSey William Pitt Fr* bie l ot C.iaine 10 oe ten- i 1'. ) JOSE ;1tLUEI.-D \ZiVELEZ.; .
'jui- ui inr'V. --- now burst into( a la gb : that a Lion Vest on the 26h; ult. between Wm. voy Exh Iwnlnltry and Minister Pleninolentiaiy A true copy; .

hostile to, our fulliws enervates; the of such! noble descent should turn out I M'Citfa, Esq. District Attorney, and of Ihe Uaited States to the Netherinnds. (Si ncu) PH\ ('IScn PICO

rIb mind for usefulness, by whicn lost. the But ca-if of his way for so vile a creature. Bit I Capt. C. E. Hawkinsformerly of the !Washington. Irvin of New York, to be TALLAUASSBE, May 30, IS29.

I pabilit deserving u should 1 I the other"iHIswcroci with reason, Mv :I Mexican Brig Hermione, in which : Secretary of the Legation of Ihe United The proprietor of the Advocate i is

I the htter only, then, we ever duties : father," said he, "killed a raul .suakt:, I the former was killed. H Wilson States to Great Britain. pleased to make known to its patrons,
of the imperative of Maryland, to
be regardless but in doing it was bit in the paw, Esq. Marshal of the Southern Districtof Chaile Carroll Harper of the United that to-days nuoiher complnt'-s the *
to each olilfr, the very be Secretary of Legation
we owe of would be from he poison of which he died, Florida,. is a passenger in tlw Mar- Slate to France. second l volume of this Journal, uiiicli

cond.iUs our happiness and! our- But whilst dying, he called me to him. ion, having conveyed Capt. Hawkins John C.i-.ipbell of Virginia, to be Treasures !' for two years has been stru eliui*

4z broken by tlw delinquency to, bft incaS and charged: me never to kill a rattlesnake to St. Augustine, where he was delivered of the United, States, in place of Wd- i against the tides of adversity, owing '
selvmtoo, Sl) changed, as for, said hii'. had I never killed Marshal of that District limn Clark, removed. !
; Co Ihe of
did it stilt flow.We ,New Turk, to be Reisler to a variety causes unnecess.iry to
receiving, T. II. (
: pableof ue happy in society,\ithhf a rattle snake, I might" have lived OB Saturday last, for trial in November of the Trewsury in place of Joseph I detail. Undei' the extreme pressureof

L5L -I-- cannot interchange of sympathy: ; for to have: killed a Ti er. next, on.a charge of murder." Nourue. removed. :I the limes, a generous patronagehaS
I--_ out The moral is obvious men in Ira 2.-Nwal.-The U. j
the ; Norfolk, thus far ust.uucd: the proprietor
to uzhtence
1elh,w feeling of is necessary society robbers. I IS :pursuit of a splendid fame, worthy of Jaiksoaand Ilcfornl. I S. Sloop of War Hornet, Capt. ilonim i and now that our growing Territory
even a Havana, 17th ult. wiili.everalAmerican
sailed from i
and condition disregardthat We congratulate the common Soldiers
their being those blessings
would begins experience
otherwise veixtelu
it men j
Indeed! were the convoy.
United Slate *
ofprasl. of the Army, on pr.i.pect
be cannibals and feast on each otheras aiismg from nets unworthy reform presented to them in the foUIwwiug. The U. S. Sloop of War Vincennes. Capt I!:I incident to. enterprizo and labor, it i is

often as iucluMtion; 0 r appetite Anti though an antagonist We trust that it cannot i be consul FINCH, was nt CalUo 1st March, nil well'l I confidently hoped that tho Advocate

might be easily killed in a private combat ered a reflection on the recpectable and Bea C I I will receive; at the hands of its patrons,.

- prompted. contend that under no cir- ; yet it would leave a poiion, a highly re_pected part of the Olficeri of Captain FJI'u has favored the New York a further encouragement for last labors -

I do not be luzirded.ISciMiue worm, in the mind of the victor that our Army, who pr.ipeHy regard the Law Mercantile Advertiser with Havana papersto and continue to deserve and I me.
lUlt1: \I.mce9 life is to would taint and canker his after exis- of our country, to say, that so lie measure the 10th ult. He infoims that the U. S ,
the defenctt of our country, wa* necessary to restrain those Wh9 pay no schr. Shark was cruizing among the Col- lit their continuance. Since the
ii if !: tence. And besides, he that seeks lion Law JUltiee."DEl"A.I1TJlEN'r. would succeed commencement of the second volume
of its rights should, even unattended at ten to or lerados, and it was supposed
or with fame be a sufficient motive notoriety by H duel), not only degradeshis I I OPApril WAS 7 in capturing more of the pirates, if of tile Advocate, the Proprietor has
lifeBut as this is nature, by so doing, and is unwor I 28, 1829 $ properly aided by the Spanish Qorernuient. added to the establishment an entire
fur iHZardtag of Un-ted States, to
I "The PreBident the
in imperious diiiy, ,,o it is a fortunate thy of serious notice, but acknowledges : whom haa been submitted for considcra- From the Alediterranean-\Ve are new printing press and types, and hal

one if it were to Jie for one's country. the paucity of his intellect to be tion, the proceedings ofa General Court favored, says the Richmond Enquirer, enlarged the size of the paper as woll
For iuco dealt is: ihe common lot of such, that it contains no minerals to Marshil.of which Colonelwi g President with the following interesing extract as reduced the price of subscription.

> hl, next to that of him who I enrich his country, nor seeds that may for the trial of Lieutenant Colonel of a letter from an American Officer, The editofi'd branch of the Advocate

lives Hllfcweout:! to soc Ins roun.ry; freed by hisHriioiw get minute to bless the age in which he _The ,Court approves has recommended the same. Lt. Col onboard of our squadron, dated U. S. will be conducted \t Ith firmness, .

the lute of him lives. Smyrna" M'areh 1. indeppnder.ee aud impartiality ; and J.
conclude LEXINGTON
if the young are deshous of fame, jincter a hope expressed, that forli future : u Since I wrote last, nothing ofauy although it: is incumbent on a public
: .word 'Courage" I bere ** it and in search fir anciont models on j to all matter _
I use tke there will be "* rad.cal amendment has occurred. TheComumolorit : journalist to give plac. .

31 ;,.uf'.lI, used iu co: m .itt nearly 1'IIOUI1.,11I *i.i b avery. AH soon discover that those men whose a jjener*! a iieU )rattn in his temper awl He i thcro is no obligation tv
will bin j the Pair/field. j yet
11'1.11. coursjre \1 left !
> I haying
cil.tiIncttIR the solemn an4 enduring
1U41 th"-r oPl'Oiin, patti'-. ) characters have beuti handed_down I feeling ,


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t..A t8tr -! \1.\11k UA'r"ES
Ids body after his t ece fO. jWo j r = Election Notice. m. j I
., ". ndI1'1!) (, 14fl1- .csver A Ii i-Icc-io.= rIa two AMr.men v ifl %lie 1
J: for believing
: jfl\\4. : !
rtx.: : u." ; II )Inve good reasons thelltv.i. just received per E' izabtt
check thoS .LlIIt'ldat CCltl'll Hitet on Friday HAVE '
\\11 s-idi
made no ttddii.cn !
tls much! Mvf" nkv.p that ihe General has ukt. to fill .rfacancie in the BtarJ of New Orleans an *

mVwiis Oi ftM! ,Jiu'iian :JOtirt, too of- ;! rq.r. i, and that if the carlli is lo bei '\.(J'rHlt'1or the 'City_ nf t'cnsacola. li4')' of choice article, i-: ,.

the creatures of impulse! rather I i the act of nue md.vidiual ( dr the Btard \
TI'II .cm it will be !11'W fly Ji of AMONG WHICH ARE '
result of cool and ,iolU-raie l.om La- I
than mo : without any authority. ) Julia FitzGerald.Secretary.. Ii Fresh % IiGunpowder
conviction.; The prr! ii an er !;i-ir! hin (>lt -.V. } Ga'. i. Imperial. fiHyson
I hvette .
of mnriitise power ; th-miffi! ) il( a\'t'- I ."From the following official accountI }.tort or ensaeo\a.-- June 19.l. I329.-1-2 >r. &. }
family -- :: -==-= -- '-
of thr human; Utuversiiv Ii I
Mii:>vhf VirtutiUl I the late fire utTrausvlvsiDia ENTERED.June FOR SALE.Ml Young Hjaon
in iv be trad-iced an.! 'aJe to ll'el t I it would appear tha the in- CSchr. Boston Packet, Ham, HE property (,f Co!. John R. Loaf 'gar, D. K.
insidious attacks of the most IJI1- much less damage 8OOOL'sickSto the Uni
the stimtioD has sustai.iwd Mobile. Cargo, in Pens coia! and it* Lcmp do. .

w.Mihy members of a community. by it than was at first supposed. ted Slate ; G.Y.. Martin, J. Colstonn.! : ( \ is yet for ule\ ; or would Y'iite Havana, do. .

Public the ereat tribunal 1)1'reputation and N. Amory.17A. Dt fxcli.tned for in N. Orlruns do.
opinion May 12 1829. Or- properly St.ugus
LEXINGTON Ky. Himtsinaii, Smith New Coffee
I .-Sloop Small Green Ha'ana p
tho-igh snmr tun ''* nrMPokKlv On Saturday night last, May the lean Cargo As'..rtrdio Or.ler. tine. Apply to ;|; rmcinhaii Hams. ..

nu.lo' up, wilt grpneMllv <"orrftct 9th the largest and most recently 22nd.-Schr. _Anielin HaUh<< New Or Robert Mitchell. ;' Bacon !Middlings and Shoulder* ::t.

the evils incident to ihe ;press, of this Institution was leans. C.ugo.SS.II": ( to'Onler.I Pensarolt: June 16-n 1829 0-;f. Fulton Market Beef

lh'' noi\I\'IIJJ! ('_iccted.building, I CLK.AUED.Jsie ; -- hued o'o.
inl I..1..V iin.lor fnnf I
I. : n.
J" flnt nOVt.. ..I..n.. j
reptiles'' '",1ii' ;';, ;\\: tiflfl: hIP urfacewhwi I I destroyed known oy hu-v tire the accident nisnui happl'u-I i I II Forsvih.19/A.-SailiJ Ni.Yoikto ui' ::!lst.) :Schr.:touch ELii.atciIi. !i-I iluVnesVK \\1u.tes ;i )1.ckC'rel. I To. :: and 2, 16 '

lv I'ick.'o, as orteljS
of lip mull s'ekinudevtiyi. tht:'\' miv I ( 63 bbls. *nt1 2 kegs n.c\ Ivetl, in a-Uiluu! tu their i!
The (fire had made considerable ,, 'v West) Caro: II i .uct-fc, do.
1 ed. 1) 1:. \'h r..! "ftfa < t ;
." A man shollil I w if in a I discovered but I II powder. and t, luass C.IIUHMI bv : ; Cordials do. ea
before it was /
,Men a.\d I
hi* wihject, progress Kurch ; 0 b.ih- cotton by atI
nrinrl Ivfni'iijl Dock
I.ndo ,
of little IJrandy
1 them was but very I It
innately 5.000 Staves hy.1 Jcrr.snn jt. 1 I i
fl I. ,'"h' ami modestly! sensible of his ,I I Buutie WINK I tlollanu! Gi<.
Mis I
t wind and" th.-ee.fourihsof ci.kg'2liIrirv :,lisl; .1el ri"lonMitil (tordoi, I I)1ro I
iluiv) xii,! ;prc.n.t, of hi* privileec, !!I. which was m the building, ;. BI\I\'I..Mrs. .FoMyUi: MU* F"M*>th.1'I GIN, I Irish U'hi-kcy, _

qn.-iliy; exulieil above tiio meannessof \i Mi,, Brodif't: -srs. Jeriionr Aiibtiu am Port Madeira. ) ft;
all the I I.Lhingston F Itii
l was preserved, and apparatus U a'-ket Beef, (Superior lie
and .
tprnjiorizinz: or of olf! nrljlle', Tetjcrifle aud Van1lQ
; infliction ofjnin I was 8-ive.d:lt except three instruments. I 2U./t.: -Sclir.! Bo.tnn P.irki-t, flkm, Mo- Quality,) !vs.I
averse to the tIIuecrsslry 'I and the ; the ;\1hlcr. t Claret
'Til* old college gr.miniai.school I i Iilt' t'last bv
one unless the provocation I jGos'j' ;'!! I I'uticr .y Cheese I 1J:.
iiooanv. 1 which had recently been 1 :H'J SAlLED. I I Lime Jill':". -'
!K. such; as to rpqniro a n*>nN'lVi \ it would accommodate 'JO'J I Jiinf 13// .-U. S fiamport! Schr. ;']10 I'Smoked: Beel, I I."IlIIJ:: .> I-Up. e.II ;

"I T-i-1, v.ich as Nathui: fortified up, so ih.it unhurt. i'iielihr1ry inl.i.! tl'iward' Baker, ApMlaLliic; :iu-.i I I (rn-stick', red jtrrnk Cider,
.. and di- students, were boh r.unM Bar.2'2ref. I SpiTin &: allow CaMUc.i, ., fai
i, ;otT. in lie. boldness | Aln4 nJ.:>I,
n-f I I
i' and philosophical appartiusIMVO .-0. 5. Schooner Grampus W 1C. !)ates ( i Uuixins.O '
"f in the deliveryof Irulls. f i It-iMns, FIg4, Pnirtes DatuS lgi
: ,
TT'r.c UIN thIS cJlrg I be n.removed: to. the_ i'.L uld_ ?college.... c.....,( L-ttimer Esq on H Cruise. I V ( 'u\. 'I.r.r. \.U:...'\'/'. i lh'lcdPICI! : CuiTaiits- M(
parableIt I None of the exercises (('U LU.lLJI3 I _--r--_ =-- i I Sect Oil: diI
oi.h-r I, -- I 12 d\lzen fancy and \\'' iutl'Jol ]
in to enjoy
is n ('p.\sarv.! in Collrire proper, or in tne preparatory TUB .. I I.aap: do.I "
tli hI'-iIlIT: ,< to be derived from ibis; interrupted fur a ( 1itji'.i.; 1 I I VtturretIl>,
s-.ifKvr-ird of the! rights! .iml) I iilcrti sif school were student :\'N "io kiYYr.: I Mickcroiti. Batter Crackers
diP people that they should support single day and not a single milE proprirtnr of this p-trini'ical is Hocking do.I \ <'iin.a!iio.i: H*

( ii bv the, regular payment of I bus left the University in consequence U .; liinR srrniiifemfi%'s In is-me tie I tn. 'l.ildren's. !ii-hdj: } Sf n.ivt >, :Nutmegs, Mace Ginger, If

) I t of the cahmity, hut .several have join- New Volume-which will be comn-encrd j jnn A few d "Mivariuo, Slocks I urHrfillt" Flour, t*.
) ,
dues nnd I
their nnhsnipiions.Vo ) ,
led it ince. Fortunate! also the the eleventh ilay of July 7t'} tin a :j i'1tItJe. (ii: Hampers ) i*

\ c.ill therefore upon our friend:* buildup which was burnt w.is insuredto I splendid; 1H.\"I;er. The coiUJerpUt-- | l.itesl [;th'I:1.i ; h1..i:1b n complete und general 15301't

nod patmn?, at the close of this volume The graving. of the full 4'1 nrto size-will It ]i p 'I "COIIt.I'1 I ,1". t hP9.) :;' '. went, clu-a;>)> au)ual .a
to liqtii'latc their accounts, and tbe amount of Z 1OOOO. executed by the b.t ;u'list ; T\\t\ rminearranged i I -.. ---- -- i''lh..cllla, 15th June 1829.*0-tf.

\VP humbly, trust :!I.\t ibis call\ will not friend; of the University! it i is confidently :: Wilt nrcox.p: inimi-nis for tie: 'I JIARSIi.I4'8 ;S'AL1A. X* IT.THIii

] asl onlv for asserted, will seo not only phno-forte, t hv the mot s il.d? l composers \I Jon '\\lJUJS, VRANTH. 4
he dwepardeil.Vo
iw'-1"1' l._'- -. .....1 !..... l...-Jfabo1" 'Z..t .... 0..1 ;lPII1 or porataiicill illj'trV ; tin- type new :uul hea.itirul;/ and the 1.:'. II Fi f"u.J110. .
lMt but tiialis \ of superior qu.ili'r.: In every drpaitmentthe ORAMAUAMTUIS IiSOlic
and snrcly ttip; laborer is results from li.oc i misfortune, piper vohneviM excell 16ynh. "

worthy fhis hire." Fur the convenience j means of usefulness be increased those: !"ieret.fore seventh ubi'uid.! The tcrro< t I I-: l""Hbin .l"i ert'v.'inii'i \t., l \ Gar\anll.

of lh:.se resi-lin-j in distant i and:! er.I Idcd. WOODS refohr' tldlars per Jt-"d/IJll'l: !advaiicc. -! ,;1 the IcfT-l hours, I will exnri#
'I l'rujdu.t.r I o ;public Hlifo Ciih ni Iron! lit' tlitI't.nrt % 'fun a monthly publtortion -
: ot the Territory wo shill, at an 'S'I"\riltiun>> lective ; bv *> ilu-I :
puts j House ,'Oi tut 'mUbnjr <.1 ot :23?
in >Vnsicolu.NOTIOI > >: ( ppltce octavu pages-It M Ufcvoted
\ find the articlft .f 1 Mnnt G-7.Hle Oifirt
early period, appoint srno: srp.tleineii I P. follo-.ving \ -I, court) in Jaciisai: ("'hili tv. tilt"' followi--! }; ,., : I..*I\ely to tiie interests the IuiclitMti.I.O

to a'rt as c.ir agents;, win) will h.! authorised \ the United States Telegraph) giviu1it !? ;. i iI !nmp.-rty, 1'1 >.vi it : 0 ie S'gr f. l IBW. !. ; its p 1 gfs arC filled with| Historical -

to receive sn'KcriptHus, a-ul I ; % account of i two incidents connnect- Ai>i.iii, a!)')'it 2'2irs 4/11.1 I a-lI -i bUckhore >>..-.'y.rJI4.:: 'Krjphical Sketches of eminent h
: lntt'no: hivr d< mandsi
I I.L pt'I' unj .
whl leo-iiii will be binding I ed with the Army, which have c metoihe H.I I \b'Jl8 y<*ars old.eiz upon; "':aMins:: I lilustrative.Controversal; A.lbcdnecus -' .
!it. upon .: _fiii'st' t-c!: Kstato of Tho niiS:
knowledge of the editor "One us prop-rty hi/long\ .I;! to Ju''". I.v ch. ttati.ly -> nrcdo'fc: \. ; ? Matters.( Kalo- vseeAIlIreS5hS
thin 0111 re.-riorlda Advocate. ; UJO'TI, ,t'.C5f'.1.1 arc herAv culletl upwi
the: :ubov Fi. Fa.Ild co't. lidiieJ ; .
I :; li-tclhgence Poetry :
was the case of a private lcli'r\'llIJ, thcn lo tlie: unclcrM: \ ned without '
to !
The Superior Court of Jefferson present : fr-mi the: How SIIH'M'" Court fur till.I !'tme khr.le! Cinipri-inga greater massanivariet
having faithfully discharged; his duty i delay ; atr.l mrtise i is hm-by given to I Western l);< ; KlS. .. J.lI and :u.
Ijr.s been ailjuiir'ied. in concq'wnrfof' entitled todistri- I )tnct o ) or nltrcftting useful natter (to
lor: several years, was impropuily advertised |! all criditors and persons I). ;/ Lndgeaiul Members) than can be four.il t.
te! absence! of his: Il.innr Jud:!t; fin htuimi that their claim ad demands will I /
as a JCcrtcrlul }being arrested I m "IIht"r Masonic work of iU>> siz.-, !Ii
daI!!, to th-j first .'I ulay inJul 1. be han-ed unless c\h: ; il.'d. within two fur A. Gordon, everpu'i'olieii
tllia dollars deducted I nit work must in the "
were course
next.Jc .'. from tin.- 2t1t&pd! 1820! I
: years Marshal HD.. F. ,
t I from his wage He apjiealed to the II I (.i ; fewt m-cfssanly become 6 kind .

TPLL15EF.> J-ioc Sad I head of the Department, was h!.'ard, j I G.V.. Bar'.dey.1u'y. : :tt'Iu.ut'4 Onlr'. lI'fll nf t Maanmc Lncichjiedia to which the Maanii. ..
Ti! Hon Thorns H. nlhll. u-rivt-il onS4iin'.iiv II I, in.fuel fa.Lrjai! nepif/eniiU\f. j I .\ }3itm 1tS:.! ). S 12:!-6t. oi i v. :) tifiicr, nllll turn with con* fi
The other j
I .'I.f1.<) \V'4-i'.nh-nn.: two "., 1R2'J :21 _'t.I \ a'o t\ne. \ denc-r, torni) impoitant information re-
the a/ll'mr-iTH-it of the :5inTiorCourt I IIft"r was! the case of f a young officer in 'he ; \ ;aidirg te! lust
fie; t Ifl4 iVntrict; 11'* an Unc? staff; wu! having a trivial misunderstanding 'I ,. t-\ '-M i -;1-- ;,TMij! 1 Sale flf UK:. projK'f'v: ''''IOfltC1: !I ..iiiic-9 01 inr lisuuiion: that he may de- !
__'t..;:; I JL in the l fl/l"-;\.>nij; advcrtiteun-nt h : sir?. Wit tli.- "d".nd volume will
; wu preventedbvn-t ouH-iillv 'I:'<: ( with a brother ofii'-nr, drm.tnded I com-
Oilcans. Fliiidiiin: : !I 'I ;}j"tl'.iue I until t i I Ii i n.eiur ilu- .'uhli. n of a concise, but ;
tliy.i-.) U.t'I': f-o'n NT a Court Martial. The Adjutant VlHK Subs--r >fr I' now reailv to receivc -

Win. :M. 'lcC ,rtv bis reside I I his ol3 I -:e i General wrote him a polite i t ie"j': Taxar.il i"f"l'm..1 i First Tuesday in .July HCXt. a;>;.III\ d M *.i f ttplete history of the In.

of 3-rreUi-v<< of t'ie .I\ rritorih' the a /"letter inlbrwicc him that the : the Publir, tu! ; live I p-: c..i.t \v.ll; l lit -P- j j birin' tlie St-vr-n\i! d.ol iu-\t ni ,iifi.! t-n :iiiii.m from' ttit earliest times. The hisoryt'u .. I&\& :
w'l.cli: ;5.e ,charjrtsiweienot ducted fro-ii iiII s ic'.i: as k. paid ti> hm: : piithslu-d in a. distinct volnrne could
b.:: and rnpiiiul manner m ; c mtari1 u l-i; .Liy tiii; ? ?;it'i? iI\ .'-1' -oc.n! :if tLi.4IIj Iti
,haflVr! If the TVrrit vy, \Vien I considered such ?s iuuoout pre>iuu-> to ihe lir t i\\' of July 'iext. I!I appu"1\.1 lunar p'.i--! .I.i:.<- S-'* ii.,t be ul\ded( much !less than is charged
the lx-t"tiutie! devolved on hi.n, a case justifying the! arre.st and, I Jacb ilickctta ''or a \O!Uffie- u. time .\mSr..th.' Tftese Fme Qi_'

Amn! thf'nWrwv* nFtu! Givern hn trial. nf tho: "ffi.vr! complained of: To I : __ 'I I _.--.a-r.. .. .'n rtfK /-** /- }' )tr'1tu-rliood.liercfjrc! who are detU _.
Uf01 la'o i consnurable! porioor our I.hIs. >> lie thereafier r..nI.': .' .- : !. -: CJ': ?3T11 J1IAC 0.\.I ':I l1tI "I. '..-Mroub! : : Summer Clut/uugtju ous of obtMiiung such a work.1ayeabet. .
"'*uid ; take the law into --- ter
ctJl1lry.act 'ne constancy with winch n opportunity offered hem now than'
arrived i f for ,
A.I s-r: b> the Under .
bell 'ii'Tv*'>''' uf f from oar party feuds I his own hands, and, iranC'sledwouhl I ., tc.!{rues tVanted. :!igtied, they ,.ru ably ever wiil h.\ve again. *
and Jjc1t..tioL', he h.ts secured ih i take the letter in '
? esteem question as his jus- ; The An->arauth has: received the nftostui
and res'; >"ct of a I laRe portio.i of inrcomfnunityand tificatiou. A feu( 2 lauds! to Cunssting of
i Upon reading his reply I m 'ijuaii&er\apprO': of &e
Black, Hro.i an-1 :
wiHrl'tl'Y wit: iiim; tfcdr best 'or.-\! Hc.nili3Z[ \
to las
us had
President they
Jackson said opportunity to examine
"Take from
i I work
ishs Brick
-Idem.Isgiifativs in n.
| him his staff appointment, and:! send I L V ovvUecs & Eroc.\; Giuxts, it. and j.uLluiicra hazard: the assertion ,.

Council The following I him back to his regiment to learn sub I' Yard, in the niihli- Angola, Cirr.i-.s"un. and Frvficli Lituti do lint t.o periodical! in the country has re- ;".
ge'i'Jeni! aie elected me.nbers: of the 'I with. variety :>fVaulaYoous ci-ive l greater or inure general commen iC
i,ext I.egittlative' Council.Lern ordination.; hood of Peiisacoia: arc want- dation from its contemporaries. Tne first :
I I I I Vests
) Thomas B"cwn, Rndj : We hear whh orl"OWt that Mr.MASISON ccl. volume will cio&e on the 15th of Uao ,b b

lr I. W Mitcucil.Jeflerson : i! lies dangerously ill at liiftate i:; Enqiwre at the B-vikstore. : aa'tablu! for the tit u.Sii. iiext ; the st-cond will conllu ncc on the
Midi ") White and bruwn Trtncn linen dril- nl'lcettth of April following .
in OrtrJg' His death at this V. nucol 20th June. lR9--?A
son. and Harril-sA. Iklam j''I !tig'srCantoi .irass, Bn uubaztvu) & l-'aucy ..
'I time would be The publishers, that
ton j an irreparable I loss.Rzc1z.4 believing an extended .

C diticn, 7 J. \. Dunltp. I j[ H'hiff Jlr.$ 25.I NO'V1C1.1IIE J.1CKE'B" circulation of the work! will provo

5 John C. I.o\c. I I: A gentleman! ; from Orange informs Tax ll..k forth- vear 1829 liav line, plain and fritted linen fcbirts! ; of ntbtuul aavunt.-jjfe to themselves and .
Jackson. he Mr. _u_ lug Black Italian cravats an1 stock*; stilt the best interval of our venerated institution Ja
7 L. \1 Slnae, ; us, saw Madis, >ns physician been deposited: in the Secreta-
> Charles" lluw:nl. Idem. : on Wednesday ; that Mr. M. had r) '!3 Ollice, will remain: open for the in-I pocket hnndkerchiets, silk -and cotton. soliti't a;.d its tnen.herj mosi respectfully
I >>pectioii ol all concerned, for two weeks hosiery ; black li'>re:akin, b.-uvc-r !th.e( : tttc puti wiage and co-operation ofthcir k
ST. Auat7Ti l\hy--l3. : been on his ftet, but nut being so I I brethren.TUe .
II.om silk
the and
date I liereol, from 3 to 6 o'c\ock\ gloves ; cotton uor Udsuspender .e
J1'lrida Private Land Claims.I I well on Tuesday last, again resumed I'. )1. Siiui'tays and f'undaYHxrppte << !*; blark, white and seal bat*;, ut' terms are Two Di;.lLi a 'earft I.
} ;
On Saturday !ast the.! Hun. Mr.I I his bed. Albough: Mr. M. was quite JIlL FitzGerald.Sccrltary.. fine latest fashion with a general supply ofBOOTS advance: ,- Cl', tWI1 tlollart andjifty emil, If It-

'Vil(lenu'lea most able urpument:: be- unwell, his valuable life vas nOL considered sent on ilvt-i-tsjionnhi.iu: ; ,,f u:, t ent aiT b

fjn- the in .' &.. r.ct lald i witnni two months from the '
Superior: Court, in behalf ofe'er danger. His loss at any P.'ascoIa, June 16 1329 -20-2t Lj' ANDSHOKS&c. rfeceptiuii In.

II indivithal l clai'muts: who dorived lime would sink deep into the hearts --- -.-- '-' -' of' the first irutriber alter au .cri- t=

title from the Spanish Governors of :liis u countrymen, but at ihis etuiarcm b.i.j: < ecretKiemId others who mayaSS.IIIC
FRESH BEEF.will : tSic! .':Slblh'
J. OVV12th \\.tv.I''n' tsp y ot an ngent, arc
evious /
pi to the cesso'i. In the *, Virginians would truly mourn allowetl vt.rv) seventh copy lor ilitir ser-

hoe! that: .Mr. WjlJc will favor us I his full: as a heavy calamity. Informing will receive proposal., till the 25th day I Icola \Isv, 189 vices.; Tl'c >OtLZ.ntwhen comploled/

with a sumtiHrv of it, ve shall not a new government, who is dny of June inclusive furnish with \j I Postpone m"tit of Land Sale ci>nipii i:>>r. aoo..l 400 p..ges, embellished

yiv vcn the points of }his ar lImen I. there could fill the pUce: of the first VESE f in M, ;ritlaTRF.AI'r1RY 'uitha" ith apptupuate.. er.gravnigg lug. ther ..
-r plate title
cup| p.tgai4 n.delC.
subject is so inierestine, thai: ere statesman of the! age ? None.-The the Troops of the U. S. Army, that an'orma DIPAR:: .H'N1"Gt'iEIUL' Brethren To enr.lnlm.eWih! the

:. slJre" shall! be enabled: ifj it i is: prayers of his country are uplifted for )" be..stationed at or within the vicinity I LA'll OFUCK, 4th Aprih. 1S21 5. e I crmiii.g!' voluiiie, Uili pieaw forward: thei:

proper to do so. to pr 'smt them in his speedy recovery, and iliat his lifemay of Cantonment Clinch fit Pen";acula, from 1WOTICr*, is hereby gin'.., ii.it! the s.ilt- I I names by the 20ih oi Fibryary next.

some sliripc: shortly.-Herald. yet be spared in mercy to itYrSdCricL'a5zrgh the first of July ensuing, until I the 30th 01' 11., of PuUlic Lnn.) i, dJr ('l't.'d' lo tukc r MooreSevey.B.storm .

I June, 1830 : inclusive. I at T,UL.\lUUEI., in Ih, Territory ol
11 ralJ
Gen. May 30th. IVI:iss. Dec. 5. 188.SON1C .
Lafayette. letter was re- ---- -- 1 he SX3S: ? will be required to be I Wfst Florida on Ihe 'Ihird 4'1mdI.fiuMtl : ,
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-ceiv il I bv the Selectmen of this town MARRIED, delivered the Troops on to days in / next (by thc Prodam.uion a.anllg - .

on Thursday, from ;he agent of Gen. In New York, Lieutenant B"nja.i.in each week or often er, a-; may be, (the dPlifO the 4th February 1S2.) i is jx !pollccl \ 10 E.MS.;

Luvette, in New- York I'dgcothe U. S. Wmrjr, to Miss )1'EVt'ra (day to be designated in su.tli qu'tntityas unit the t'irit MonAuy in July next
thr of mentioning LIYIII .toD. daughter of John ll. Living nuy ?req-jisite fur thcr; rations cuea.ch Bv order c.l't e President 'I ouim aid SEVEYwIII alo publish

receipt ;all order for a hogshead I lDn Esq. day A/vl I deem it necessiary toapprize 13: tiJ (leo. Graham l' in the cnurse of ihe ensuing' 8 ring,
of earth .from Buuluir Hill battle hi Fariugton. ..... after'widowhood those who may offer to contract Commissioner of the General Loud MiiHcient encouragement utters, \ cot,

ground, to be placed over the body of of five week. Mr J Hull .aged 00t. to. for tins supply that no beef but the best OlEce. I lection of Maauoic Poems, Hymn So jjfcOdts P.

Lifuyette, at hw decease. It is to bo Mis Belinda Walker, aged 23. ? that the Marke: can afford will be receive By tho President of the United i I Anthems &c. This work will con >

accompanied by a certificate -- k\-\ L::_J ed, and partcular! attention must he paid( Mates. !I I I tain 500 pages, 18 mo.--' 'il! be elegantly
to be OBiTUARY. to the printed on good und nne-
butchering thereof Upe
I -A rigid in- p.p rwll14
Sigurd by three of the oldest vetoransn'di"rs DIED.-In this City on !test Sun>iay sppclion of it will always: be made. I N puisnanccof law. I JORJT Qcivrr an engraved; title page, am] forwarded

in tlin town and shipped to''{I night, DA.III:" r"RfIKALL, h.laut son UnquestIonable and ample I ADAMS,. i'lcsident of the United Sijicsj mail, to di..Unt' subscribers ut ong Jol

H.tvre from New York or ,'slnn. < ut :\0,11! (I Allen E.q. will be required for the taitbful performance security- .j lof A mi ICH, do hereby delare and make j II tar a copy. Such a work lire subscribers i-iby

A I ifj.ly; has iw.-.. forwarded M the -- QWUIUIIEKKATUM._ I of the contract. I'I kiiown Land that Office a public at :Tallahassee bale will be held at ': believc has betM long wanted, both by .
the in the i ij i
tli.it! the Persons offering to contract fur this I i Member and Lodges, and such t one
2eni. ; request will be i impliriiy ; llIpI j: Territory of West Florida, on the ihiid :
In the ooituar\ or Mid hipnan SLAUGHTER ply, will deposit :n the Post Office at Pen- j they nor j.ropne to publish. lit ..cum-
coniplied with in :
tne uJihorilicsoftbi Monday Muy next, fur the
by ; disposal of
in our 1at we stated that he was a >acoL, their proposals in writing, sealed pi"g'.i"! they promise no more that. that, .
< .own. The: earlh will bv Citizen of and endorsed the public lands included! within the IrmitV -will
District of Columbia, this 'Proposals for furnish% they &tndeuvar diichmge lair duty.
of the undermentioned .
takt-n from near trrc spot where Gen. was crroneous-Mr. SLJLUGUTSB was from Fresh Beef statinr in a single' bid the townships antifractioi1 I It will:, pl'lIha ly, contain A number of uri-

Warren fell : and the curtU that drank Kentucky. rate per pound for which they will supply. I I I to'n.bipl;, to wit : i I g1r141 i 1 PUTLS On this ,wi"t. however r.1
the blood -- .- -- -. Fractional tuwn:>hip> two, tftret,jQzw, lhy are umvill.ng-to pledge hemsrhes.' 0
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A. (
\Varrtn ---- Thornton ;
will surround the :five and tix, ol range teven.Townsinps I/ ,
ClitC J To agents it *ill DC affbrdfil ut $10
Locly IiML per
fLafdyeJlc. Lieut. A. ('. S. / wjtf, tvtt, thrcefourt antlIV"
I ozen. and it the simeratci half md
It has been thought that Gen. POST OFFICE 1 Pensicola, llth June 1829 -20--It I I of-ranges/wcurj oml tvicniton*. For bound copies, the extra ocu. 17' ;

Lifoyme! wh-jso: fondness for his Kev Wesi, Florida April 1829. S Townsii: | H otc, ttree, four, and Jtve, t of binding will be charged.: It is expense propose'

lldojHrd; country is ia !),UBLISHEUS of Newspaper: in all 30 Dollars Reward.RANAWAY rae tioe'ity trvMtituate ed to ft>r' ard them mt-rcly Jolderfhntfstitched
apparent every the principal Sea Ports and Com- .\orth afth: Uses Jj'ne, mAIl I!
from '
act and the Subscriber, about Irtht: purpose -
every wish of his Irtd ;
rtwullid mercul Tow from Ihe
: West Meridian.
>> \1a.inetoSew of
[ of M.trch A negro wan I will" not, .1 so mailed exceed. Ifi
mum anti end his days wth us. This are respectfully requested to give public named I'he land re tl'\"t'd by law for the weofscnooU I cent, tOt -hr .gfutul di '3ncf'. The

qiuition seems to be determine t by notice: hat a15OT TOM or fur other purposes, will be I subscriber can tlitii I. .\'e tl.tin bound tst.it .
the above circuffillancc.ullkc'r OFFICE excluded from the sJc, uhicli wilt com- ins on ijMe. .
Hill Aurora. aped twenty seven years of dark complexion ni.nce with the tuwest numbvr of section, *
has recently been established at tlii Port, about five feet eijjlit; inclicb l-ij-h; township and: ranfee. and pior erd in the TJif: Cr-< .cratiun of tlc brot11erhuvtl, i*

There is a story going the roundsof mail via Cbarleston, S C.-And that he wa p'irchHsed of Robert Ch-mDors order aOOY designited. ,Uoitspec, tull> suiic.tcd in tin* under-

lire newspapers, copied: from the VI tils! will be nade up and sent from this Bishop of Wilcux County, State of Ala Given under my hand at the City 01 tt.kinjf. It isdtabr! that thf sui.scripv

Bunkur [fill Aurora Oilice, to Havana Matanzas, Vem: Cruz baiiia. Washington, this tneiitv fourth Ja lions to tins uork. should! lilUuisc, be inby :
,stltian; that Gen.14tf.IVCLtO and Nassau N. P. whenever, and as often The above reward will be paid nol his 'tbruary.:. A. I) 1829. the 20th 01 Ft b uaij' ;: il' thai, if the

IMS; reqnest tuJ the Selectmen .*s d diver)' to me, fllatl' reasonable chirks J01LV QUL\ cr JDliXS l>..trj nage warrant il n--jy: I.t' irrr-tdute *

of Charlestuwn to send him a necessary.H.. S. Water/house if taken above t thirty miles-fr Pen'sacola. ; By The President. put to press or otlu i \\ istal. nd<". etl. t

;1n&svad! : or earth Horn Buukvr HillIn stmaster., ) M. CUUPI't U. GEO. GJM1/JM *Moui'aid ere .

? PensacQl: AriI3d, 1029-1&: -if. Comraissioiicr of the General Land Offic* Lstt.n: ;, L\.t.n.JCJ [., 1b3..



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Ie e f'r\ Nf\f\\Cf.u 1NDYt C3L 0.? f
i, MING Rough. Bice and COTU.lutcIte .
'VtieriK-. .I"n fttl wilt not pay nnHEUrt'lersig ed it.-mli leaingthts ,
Jl S. II A :1 ti, nOO 2/ 4HAS bHUEtiJ. a :.rt\ j llough
certain nott'"r % by me t > Loring place! in a few daysf Phi1addp"and ._: Wines &o .&c. .
j.\;. nk% fctrc :::: th March 1829, t<.r requests persons uho I ave open accounts IUF'EiIO1 "'Ii" uIt& Uicu.,
London Dock .
g512-Ihe couditicn upon trhir.b said with him, (pwrticularly: IIIUM. ot % Brandy
u Cliernntle ditto
1.' : note .** g1**ch DQoIluiing been complied long "..n
i\h. .cither by cash or note. .. Old Mndeira Wine, I '. 0: Winter and :Spring: Just received9 un for sale by

Those IJrown.2ad J. Jerrisoiijr.Isl. .
Old Sherry do. I CLOTHING, ..a)11es & (iates.vMrch -

". l }*,:: ..May.Boxes 18L.l4tf. t I r June, 188 18-.h, Bordeaux Claret do. I which he .'Her-f fl'K.AIt' low for cash. 6tb, Ib2 c
H Old Irish Whiskey 6th Proof. AMONG
Town or ""e.\lvi\\\ ;
} FOR SALE SYYanbaun
Black, blue, brown and olive dress and J. ..\ L"R\.l
. 5 Claret 'firm, Notice is hereby Given & \\ ilson. frock Miperfine cloth! \l"r'UOLU.t.B11i ,

PensncoU, ]7t' ;Nuvemher I828-3t):f. I Coats and
on Moncly the 27t'i uf June .JantallJons.l4n '
Superior quality. - SYltUP.
.. ., tt f lots in the cord
casbiMi and
;; up tinting, Cir-
t 200 cJo S rap, \u. 1. TOWN \\EBRV1LLE\ NOTICE.undersigned cassian ditto. I" ltEMEY which! Das proved itself

: 2 Pipes of dry Malaga I will be offered for Sale at Public Auction li'ln: "-as received instruc- V l'r iuI superior to Swain's: or any of the F
: The Terms will be liberal, and panicu lions to prevent or punish the cuttingof :'anaceas lur the cure ol the followmaiseases -

.;,i lVine, larly m.de knowia on the day of sale valuable timberuion; the Public JIMIUS. plain black and figured silk velvet, dl VIZ : *

Sacks of Salt Oeo.: Jackson These instructions extend not only to \aleutia, toihnet fancy and plain silk, NKCUOaiS I (or affection oj thehones-1
) Live: Oak and Cedar, but to "Timber of blue and black cloth. With a variety of KING'S EVIL. (or SullOFLLA,) \\'UITI'
I" A GOOD ASSORTHSVr Of Sears Bryan, > Cr rm1 n011 er,. etery description taken from the Public Ii I \t\\JeI\D; SWELLUG ;
DRY Land, for the ol i Jtl\ltl! : .'rI I C.\N"- UUUS, and
GOODS &c. K. J. ower. ) purpose Shippan ,fur the : inveterate UL-
use of Saw Mill* &c/ It is be CKRl: ;
to Fine 'trilled
i' under .t|
: April 27ili. iaJ9.1o: 6t pi.mi; Irish! | Linen
,. For sale by wood t lowever.that the instructions do not I SluR T S U \ rtt allc1 BILIOUS COMPLVINT

H. :Midiclet apply to timber<< used for fuel or for ; KllUMATIC jfTections of tbe head
"" .I .- ----- Torn, Oats, Hay, &c. I purpoes.i ; plantation -i duecbeck\ couou, and flannel do.Black SVSTK.M llenerdl\. : pULCEIi anJ

y -- -THE-- ,i I ra' centimes llJi SubtiTiber, unci'its nfl'-fi received forssle.J per reI i Bcnj. D. Wright I) k1W 11.Sit SYPHILIS:; of till"'AlO II & TH UO AT-

1000 bu he> f U. S. .. ItalIan silk CRAVATS and all other diseases arising -
r 'P i\a s Country orne Attorney.Persarola in the improper use MEltCUltY' '
e\\\\lia Souvenir, i 7 Xov 18 8-36-ti plain and ncy trpeddi>. As a general
E 100 bales best quality Philadelphia --- depurative art.cle, or I'
Silk, handkt=a'chefs. GUves, Hosiery, cleanser of the boodthis!
PUI!LUIn f'Jt1lr wnNly. Jia 1\ K \VioWWiii remedy possess->> ::
) Suspenders, HaH ndr>ipst ses" invaluable powers it
Emhp1l..t.,1 ; Improves
I, TO utth TWES"TY UG.Tq.. .lll.. j 50 r>jcks do. Oat '\ aItori County. appetite and has ago' the re-n&rkable ef'fect :
Ii able E"Oltln'fO'nfre'nark. ]I "' "" !-: Subscriber h-is laid off a Town, depriving! i he skin of that yellow
Views celebrated: IVrsoni 20 :inall Kegs extra J at LOOl'S .
t: I Quarterly Males -ol Uie and ) (1l1aJlity Alaqua! in Walton County.. Florida )ilioll, tint, which iasuco-nmon in bil'ous
L- I F shiQ"s. Mutter It be known by the name of &c. constitutions.-

,, Now that the winter of our.di.;conlentit !' Wth Xtomes'.ir; and Goods. J. AL7'G-IT
; 10 Krgs Leaf Lal'(}. \\lUTfiSHUKUHGH piece
ma !le glorioji* "
; summer by the Sun nf' ,
I&rlt-o" or in-other words the storm, j 10 b xes perm randies. -'1 i .''Hers the Lots tor sale on moderateCriTTS. Peni.c"b. February 7, 18,9--4tf. The proprietor, in offerig PhiladdPllia'J Li'' -.i ::ULUI

f' w.:>i-li has 'ar.it*ted our political horizon 5 boxes ( :avendi&h '('obarI -The 13th:: iiist. Mill chronicle fivjcar s nu'i Stay?' to the pubiic.furni-.lK-s :s reW'(
l- being now i"pellcl-the publmhrr deem I The Aleqtia Post Office is now kept by rince the I'f iisnceia Gazette has been un" 11 rile most reiT)1
,t advisable at the cormi >tcemefU: of flue !, co. h" Subscriber at this Place, and the Mail d.'r lh control of its present Editor, and bjr the name, in testimony of its superior

L \ New Year, to return his thanks to his 50 do. -oad gous directly through the proposed we lake this occasion i<> tender our thanks :f j remedial: powers, 1Ii! gIven him bv re-
r patrons for the favors already bestowed, Soap. 1'0n., The Situation is at or near the to iti friends and patrous, for the increase i i spectable persons renid.ng; in difiV-unt

L; and to inform them and the puolic that 20 Harks Salt. hear of Negation i : -!has the benefit of of patiouage with which it has been l favltl' 1. p na of the United Statos. ana just rr.errtr

t he enters upon his duties with renewed 50 orn Mrnoms.ests Sea breezes ; and abounds with never- ed dining tnnt period. By re'eieuce to doe to the same, as well as being the t1
1 prospects of rendering it st II) ,. failing Springs of the numbvr of paper'it' means of
mo- i excellent water, all of this will oe perceived conveying to their fellow crea
r resting than at any former ) : flteN i tubs and buckets.so. which contribute to render the place both thn* during the past Yt'arf' \ tures who art- simihrly afflicted: a
has ;:: now in the receipt by every packet which I ,\\ \u SV ve, suitable: Unfavorably( situued: is reserved luj ic-lor tins we ask oo additional: om- .. ..._I. .- .IIii.,_ .... ... .jii5 r.i aware ii:.. that, : -

arrives here or at New Yoak from England \ good .,ssn mprt ofDry and ofered as a present to the pensation-we only ask f for what is du to i j ed about the country, held forth to curediseases

:; ot the moat interesting periodicals: Goods) Saddler v, Sho(' County for public purpfseslnd there can.. us. and wo trust that our friends in the upon which they hive not the
; f'ro-n which i he will be able t> but little country will not neglect to notice the cii I II.! slightest inOliellcemme' of which
to u-nish hu, \ e .dmbt that it will be the they had
-i readers with the latest literal}' produc Hats &c. of Justice Walton County. 'seat'I.'I. It is painful and disagreeable n us to>> l h.. tried previous t.) the use of the syrup, as

: lions of merit instead of receiving them i K. H. Xisbet The Lots av 105 feet continually dunning our fiieuds, and, may be seen by heir cit n attest:..lon9.
sqt..are ; while ;
our Etublishment! still needs addition
t Berond hand from publications In this 20 dollars (' our subscription li t, it alsoappear
country-for: those who attach j importance i ito load, mid 25 dui.irs( each for all to the may I I somcnf Ihcphvsicians for the cure of various -
impolitic : it if
we cannot help
: tiisea'sc4that
the Proteuchirie; of fashion he has i West thereorTerms, one third Cash, I tu the proprietor's own
I L\ TEL 1EJ\.CER subscriptions were regularly paid the expense -
been induced! to arid La belle Assemolee, m! the balance: in equal payment, at nine would I* lmt light to our Subsetibeis knowle'lge: ten gentlemen ef the medi-
Which is believed by the gay worldto rt"H LtSIIft If" iiiCITY : fnl twelve II out I.!! creciit. I and we sliould receive ample cal faulty were induced 10 try it iu dis-

.. hold the mirror up to nature," and WASHINGTON Persons: wnhmg to jiurcfiHse: will appl jo even with the small number patrons support we f'\ s.to, winch! they them,elveshad been

- f which will enable him to present them BY the Subscriber eillu-r on the premises, have-but itliout! money ie cannot subject, and! found great benefit from its

Mith the*..earliest: notice of lill| changes in GALES k. SD.1.IaN. OJ' through W II Hunt, Post Master at I workmen, t buy paJ1 r. ink, IT, pe. &c.pay, to use ; one particul,\ry! resnho,; in Ailen-: 1:
fav'n N J.,
1 taste and fashion which ure constantly R ntional) is t'cniacolaho: Has a plan of the Town cal ry on our business with sali,'adiou tour ,') Vflo'itdtssoutiom, Was threatened -
T Inlelligtncer an old: tur their by a severe attack pf f hver ,
y I tafcing place, and from it to select the established ,Journal \t ihSeat oft le Kuppoifers and ours.If.Ve musttherpfnre which had complaint
elegant engravings with wjcll| S. V. Jones. canirstly cut u eat Those residing previously restated his own
it i ifl adorn General JovcrsTient. It piiijinh-s! ori- treatment
ua. the
('d0 the I out of hcusacola who iuiieblr 1 1.1 ourse of a fewrc.tori
I grace pages of the Souvenir finally. rcguUrlv, and fullt the Proceed I Al..qua 2>idJin.t 18293-..it are to us, \\C"ek4 ; :.l toh _
i: lo remit lo us by mail. to < en'I\'n..n C "' ''''
lturterly-in short or nay our A- --'
: no 1'-
Im been and itebute ot I '
also -
expense nips Congress ; all feet health.
spared that will K:entg, the small) sums due ns--lliey must -
likely to t.ld! to the the State Papers and Dacumc-ats of pub TO \1t\I' U, j -
value gcncr.illy know Hie ,mouits due and The ,
of ,
accounts hid;
our public uion. But whilst l S'.c: interest, aid before ) have been receive
: attention is thus directed our Congres. or onginaiingin I?I'E L.1rg. 5)prtr filJOVS nave he rnmooted uv lii-i sent ""y inal itsliall lie ;il our rick.1'lii NI from agents 'i in d.lfeient .
that 's f
to what ta-all.\\ hOlly, and all Ilia Acts p- the
I.. in t' Cliu -el 1 l.iii lt.nviii!! gpnileinen> authorizednuj Union
I ipircs in Europe, it shall not permit u* to passed by them. These recommend g troui speaking of the good; effects proiuctd .
I the (iii It Stream, through the liaiiiuroi' lequcitc-d to.ici as Agents far the Ga by he
neglect JUTJVE tlll1'-ald we shall I lions, in aildition to tIle' variety of oilier I svrup, are sufnc'-ent to compile .
M::V WEST, into thu Bay of Mexico.VesHds zette.Itadford at this
freely select from :
ail octavo volume
American publicationsThat mfonration which is to lie found its ot II.
- I in I! L.
Ctftlen E.CIlbia..Jpr.naih .
\ drawir;: 9 I.:! feet water, and wards of two hundred(
: seems adapted to our purpose-and olumns, connected with the ieccrai In t ; Savell, Almirante. pages 10 enume.
t z4" hISS not lead hOlJlld0 Mobile, "Vusacola, ami New-: rate all. the cures.I .
have of
we succeeded III erests our own country, with Literature C. S. \'. Jones, Alaqva.
; OrU-aus, can t b obse. ving he followingdirections "
'. enlisting in our interest many valuable) nnd Science, and tie AtK.irs( of tlie Thom (J. bright Lnchee Faey. he doses of the "Columbian Syrup
f C t in correipondenls, both in this! i country and :M, World a Large ; together wi'h, the charaCler safety, pass, anti through thus avoid tuts the tediu'navig.&tioi withpefect John !M. Lone. Holnits1 Valley. &r,*judiciously j propnifionvd, ai.d .uLpteJ
[; ;
Europt"'a"we prpducVioiw. would do of general .fairness: \\JiiclitliepH- Thomas Baltzrll. IVeltbcllle.Haffliv to the ageandstren l-i: ol I tl.e human
,.. credit to any! publication, and were we at l per n\s t>at>iame'uuuci ..o ,.. ........ -- aiAJe"il! .J'--i! > of the Galf- Viinvf floc!'j' ''"V."ft.'P ttin. It ssc> perfectly ini sys-
1 liberty to give their names to the public"! tit s, for many \'ears. make the NHlioa.ilIntelligencer to steer from Buoy to Buoy i keeping close: Leslie A. Thompson 'fztalsassee- ,1"'Co'u IUK.CII aglfnvj rceiit.., .,.that... U.X.V.liong. no.-

I f would add lustre to any work to which useful, and even valuable to them on either nai.d I'licy! are; moored Everiif White Rhntlrc''o. It m\)" be pi\C'i without any apprehension I .

t they were attached-in short, noexer'ion : all' who feel an interest in the concernsof :n the deeposl water aud can !be distincriv G.id Humpluey'', S'minole Agency.E. to the most tender infant or

.. Will be f paved to.rtntler.'THJ:: SOUVEJUIU,*" tli is or of' other countries. seen 'Iroin each oilier. The bearings B Gould. St Atru1iac.WiIia.n ; feeble adult

; in al! respects worthy the patronage of' The JVutloiial Intclhgenctr i is not a of Uiv: ; Buoys are as follows : Pinkuev. Key 'let.Iensacoi. : MEIHCII. ItEcoMMEvniTcttr :iOrICEIt.nmr

'\. i .the public, both as a cheap and elegant ty'paper:. but centres' approves p&r.j TIle 1st Uuoy attlieeniiaucef'theChan; : Mareh I 0. 1829. recommenil the use of J. M"

1' emporium ot useful and interesting iulor( censure or approbation seems to be .: nel :and neatly au tue I Harbour: o!f Ke> _. .---- brig Ill's "COLUMBIANSinuv" in m> ../n

mitt"", atid a valuable repository, of to public measures. It supported the I West: bears, 'Iron the Lijlit: House o-. private practice 'for nearly twoyeari
-. ,
; 'choice specimens of Miscellaneous U<(era- late Administration! of th General l Government .. Key VV e siby Compass N.V.. by \\'est. COFFEE having: ttituessed its decided efljcacv in

-t, lUte Strict Attention will be bestowed when the measures of that Administration lI"aantl n.ilc. many cast which had previously reacted

; on -its moral tendency: and a consta.itwaiclifulness wer such as to meet its ape 2nd buy bears tru;n the 1st Buoy NV* \V i11&EY the iit>uii! remedies, I now with much

preserved over the cause of prob lion It avows a determination b) North. pleasure give my testimony in its favour

I-. .,*ad interests of ,virtue. t hougii.it opposed! the election of Gen. 3rd, Buoy bears Irom the 2u Buoy, N.W. FOR [' Elt a.id will quote a few of the most remarta-: ,
Jackson, to 3' >ort the just measures of North.
; !j : 1-2: able
of performed
A portion the cuu'enU will be as cure: by the same which
luBou this Administration, but as certainly tuoppoh 4 th. Buoy bears from the 3d IJuoy, N. W. came notice.
ti II : ,. ALE & 1 umlermy
' -" the unjust or proscriptive. Itwill l2Noitli.5h ,
, 4'l: I. alen, original anJ selected; Essays, be, in principle, opposed to any Administration Buoy o'i the: Bar, bears front the LightHouse Mr. .Iubn Hinctdc's son, of AbingUi,

"4. mnnl, ttiimoious: and scientific ; Poetiy, ot the Government whose on Key Weal, "",olth'tlit Lv CIDER. township, Montgomery county, Pa. of ulceration !-
1 onginal.ancl selected from the best Amer. sr ieasures'shall shew it to have thf inter- Ve'it.j'Vessels. of the nouth and tmriiat; and

,.- ic'iii and Foreign publications; ; Uiugraphic elit" ot a pll.rait heart, rather than thereat requiring PILOTS can obtain Bags St. Domingo and vioien. inflammation
: .. .I !Sketches distinguished pemons i g interests of the country. It is, iu theai at Key Wesi, as there is a board .. o Havana Coffee. disease destroyed the soil: p..ris of the
male and female ; Anecdotes, lion Mots, '''I' award, what its title denotes, a National' of t branch f ilou established. throat and root'of the mouth. th.it it laid

&c &c. The original matter necess-iry I paper. 1 1I The sVioaicst water at low water is 10 Fifty. Barrels Rye Whis bare the boaes and nude iu way into the

.1: for ibis department: ol our paper will be' I For the independent and impartial fret, and tit I.I1)h water 12 1-2 let- ou the key. ntse.MN.; Mary: Peterson, ol Wil fling

furnished by individuals wjio are advan.Ugeoubly course which it has pursued, the Jational. liar WM. P1NKNKY, ton. Del of confirmed, Scrofula, under

\ ... known to the public throughthe Jnklb'en er has been denounced and an Sitpennte ulunt oKET 'BU09 One hlun(1I'edand Fifty boxes which she laboured nearly! three y usY

!i medium of their literary productions. attempt has been made to put it down CoroM.1Iv&, l Porter, Ale, and ( ide She had extensive scrofulous; itlccr.itiona
Toill't.-fn addition the the of on the :eft side of the neck nown
, 1. The: to right or wrong, by strong arm WEIT, J uuar> 20, IH'29.5 For sale by lo lutr
Qgiial Literary matter contained similarpublications.the power directed by caucus agency. The -- -- _. .. _. breast ; the breast very much enlarged ;
r Proprietor has completedf attempt is at vain as it would be for any >> VanbauntS5 Wilson.Pensarola her left arm swollen and useless, and her: #

) *n arrangement by which he will be en,.. modern prophet bid the hUll to stand I VrisVV tats C, I Nov. 17th. head on the affected side reclining! the ..rt

bled to furnish correct descriptions' ot the' fctill. Thirty years old, tins paper ii not I Jusr MOBILE. S shoulder and violent uain in her s\'sten

preVailiof fashions, both foreign and doTtiestic yet irj its prime, but -cqui res strengthand I RECE1FEO VIA Extract from ihe proceedings oj the II. Gent'ral Thomas Snyder, of UlieiimaticeclioB ; ,

... illustrated with elega.U engtav power with every day of it_ exist-- ..0 ii AM I'EIiS Irish Potatoes, in fine "Directors of the Joint Stock ,I .It1 of th.. head followed by art obi "J

" ing% besides the regular series, once in I tcnce. order. Wharf Company. struction of the nostrils; severe pain ia IP.IP."J

.> each quarter; places of fashionable resort I. Without having ever sought for popu- ALSO, he upperw.-extending from tue nasa
ketches of 'life, manners, &c. & attbe l hrity.or courted public pntroiidge, the Marchbth, 1829. over the cheekbones ; the cheeks exhl-

,' earliest posrible period, and from the National Intelligencer riij- -5 Already the, 4rates Stone-ware assorttjd. BTB KSOLVEI J), that the amount of h tint high state of Jllflal1J1ution.lr. ; ;
most authentic source widest circulation of any Newspaper in : sale by I j1&/ the Shares in tbe -Joint Stock Valentine Boraef. of ulceration of the I left

III. Miscellany.-Interesting items of the United States It' is read in c\er) F. H. Visbet.Pcnsaeola : wharf Company, he increased to sixty nostril,. obstruction of tt.e same/ loss of

; Intelligence, foreign and domestic occurrences State and Territory in the Union and\ in : March 33rd 1829.liixtlvr 1 dollars each, in place! of fifty dollars, as suieil, difficulty breathing and Stere
cit and well in the determined and that the of the -Mr. Mustek's wife
death*,marriages, &c. every ) t"*'n. as aft : :Ieretofore ; ten pain system ,
country. It is read in every capital in \Iostttt Stc. dollars, the increased amount of each sun and daughter ; Mrs Mustek of Chronic -
-. IV. EngrawinR'iIn each quarter the Europe: and posaeHse ouices tor information I .hare he made payable on the Rheumatism, with which she hud been
Souvenir wi.'l: be embellished with four extended by no other Journal. Best Goshen Butler, Frst Monday of May next, afflicted upwards of sixteen years ; his

r splendid>> quarto copper.p I &te engravings For the first time an effort is made to I Dr' Family Flour, in half Bbl according to tie filth j-ecnon of the Act; son of scald head, and daughter! of scorbutic .

--' -_. %_ I of remarkable: American or Kutopeat rt enlarge the subscription to it, by sendirg; I I Ponchong Tea, .)f incorporation, passed by the Legislative \ affection of the gums: and discharge
.____.. scenery-or portraits of diblinguif F' which ader I from the left
V forth this Prospectus, our Cranberries. Council, January irth, 1828. ear.-Stephen Snare's sjn of
characters-also one plate of the prevailing fcarus m politics are expected to deal *> Best > :ncmnati Hams (Gassoway.) carious affection of lh>e shin ; nearly the
; fashions which will be sent coloured, with let be I Raisins whole of the shin bone
I generously as to it seen, an new Ciop. was destroyed,
: frtt-'of: charge to tho.e who comply will further Half Ubls. KURNirUiLE.DOZ. witb of the
I lour friends so kindly as \t our No. 1 Mackerel, together many smaller bonn
the terms of subscription, of payment in i I purpose with their aid and Half best Cincinnati Family f first rite Fancy Chairi.I or the foot.-Mr. James M'Minn, of liver

, dvan e. Heretofore, we have hardly countenaflCt'I Underwood's best assorted Pickles ana 3 Side Board. complaint and asthma which he had upwards .

:.i- Each subscriber will! thus be furnished large our subscription list. Intending dtuces:i 4 Bureaus. (It nine years -Mrs. Myers, of ulcerated !-

yearly. wtth twenty superior ropper-plate' hereafter, however, to devote ourselves Pine Apple Cheese. Buieau and Secretary. sure mouth ami throat, and ber
CP.. .ivings, the price of which if purchased i wholly to the newspaper, and to a pro For Sale by the Subscriber, at his 4 Ladies' dressing Tables! and Bureau daughter ot scrofula Besides the diseases

singly Mould he more than duuble the per improvement of "the condition of Store, Main Street, in frent of the Public 6 Do. work Stands. above enumerated, I prescribed the Syrvp '

.:> f .mnu.il cost ol the entire uoik. the Press," we Invite suck further sub- Square. 2 Do. writing do. with great success iu nercurial case and

: I V. Editor's Uepanment-Notict" oft scriptious. as, being punctually paid, will J. Pascay.: 2 Sets dining tables. secondary syphilis.

t ain& events/The Drama New Publics remunerate our labor and expenses. Pensacola, Nov. 21st. 1828.-33tf.. 1 pair rarrt do In giving this testimony! ofthe ment of
Criticisns Ueviews' Ixc. JSc The National Intcltigtnm III published 3 B-d gteads.
ens, '*'
: the "Columbian:
f Want Stands will be sold (for Cash Syrup I divested my
3 at
Ten ,
.,=- daily, at Dollars per annum, payablein HE Subscriber re>pecttullnt'ornih!
Terms The Souvenir will be
.published I. language entirely technical! terms the
advance. for JL Public reduced price*, to close a conlignlOcolI't.Haines ; ,
: and It is publ ished, also, the < his friends and the generally
every Wednesday, forwarded to bette- be understood by those, to whom
',' t more convenient circulation where a daily that he now prepared to furnish t $ (htes.March .
iif-:.: euo&cribers out of the city by mail orXh is 10 it is intended to convey its effectsTli*
::-; mail does not penetrate, three times a the shortest notice, 6th 1829.8.tf.KIItmIWASSEIL
be dlTt cte each
< rwiMas ma} ,- munNrr length of time the diseases have bl."el1dls'tipat
week.at Six Dollars per annum, payable \LLOX .
will -
contain Eigyt.c'melv printed convinces me, that the cures
I I 'Jtages and will be decorated with appro :uj advance.! A remittance of either .r [ &c.FOU and it with
( are ,
peraiwienl may propriety
, these amounts 'irr bank by mail 1, of every description, as cheap as they can I ,
pape.r '
f.r&iLcd embelluboienUi in addition to theAbove will ensure the prompt and regular trans- imported, with: the additional advantage Sale, by the Subscriber, lately, be said, that its he" fling qualities! rank it

engraving miskioB of that be ordered. of their being warranted ; and also from New Orleans, among the first remedies of the present
every paper may
Price of Subscription Three Dollars warranted Axes, at the same rm lie Kirchwasser, (of the Black Fore) day. > JOHN I. MAYWEG, )).U'
, advance-for four also be thankful for orders for work ) E'hulaelphaalarcti; 5, 1828.
ptr annum payable in Those subscnbmft will please to signify will Champaigne (Sparkling
' copies Eleven 1J0Ual'M-tor ten copie whether they desire the paper for a of: "ny description in his old line of business Gugnoiet d'Anger* (French Cherry Cor The ubove mentioned Medicine can !be

-. Twenty tie Dollars, and at the same rat cf yearouly, and then to be stopped wi thorn : ; and such as he may be favored dials.) ;procured, at three doUis? per quart hot- V

form larger numbt-r-in all cases in advc I- Turther notice, to wish it to be continued with, will be performed with expedition, h Muscatel Wine best quality. te: of the Subscribers! who will exhibit

Ii *, which entitles them to coloured' until countermanded.Washington and in the most workmanlike manner, at BerdoautOil. 'it any person appUinjr the certificates"t

1 p tn 6'aabion. March his Blacksmith's Shop in Pen acola. \ Wkite Wine Vinegar do curealluded to by H-ictor :Muyweg,
Philip Prk, Jr. Subscriptions! received at toce of James Pendletoo. I J. Pescay.pe&5actga Vanba.un'ilson.; j

Philadelpbit. the cIlaacoll'Gazettc.; 11th Deccmt1823.5tf.iiiiii: i 16th Feb.18t9u&'tf.iiiiii.i.i.- PensJC9l, JAUU. ? 16ih I Jtf..'


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