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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: August 11, 1829
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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dependent faculties, each of which be But it is irh'terfure that the "" M
may greatest expeclations extensive range of knowledge, a ready<< wit 1 .
c developed in different degrees. There is a individual merit are raised by aforegone a refined taste, and, above all), a total cid i f
Fro'r" the Aiwa MwiMy Magazine. no such thing as absolute exemj !o P
perfection, or universal nputation. Therc are few persons tion from selfishness and vanity. No wonder .
TIlE "BUBBLE REPUTATION.1: excellence, in the intellect ; the hieh however spectable their own attainments, then, tht: the pretenders; to conversational *
"It i is wonderfulvth bow little real superiority of developement of one faculty, on the contra- who do ,t (at least, for the first time should t
raiud men can m:1.kem eminent figure in life." n ) approach power be i>o many, and the **"
ry, becomes a cau evb)" another must he eminent author with of it :
,, Dr. Johnson citrdby Bosicell. m something possessors so few. ?
The remark which stands at the head of imperfect. No man, therefore, is fit for like trepidation. There is a dignity in type, ., What, then, is to be inferred! ?-that there ] la ?*
this proceeded from one who made every thing ; and a moderate talent, well which: inposes} onthose who have not dabbed is no merit in the world ? that nothing but } 'r .Je,
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the observation of his fellow-creatures his applied, willjmpose on mankind, and appear in priniu: !! ink ; and the presumption i is not : counterfeits are abroad ?-Far from it. Few !, *
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to greater advantage than a more sublime perhaps unnatura\\ however by heir ,
unjustified anyfind :
business, during an extended career. That way to notoriety without excellence :
he himself was a striking instance of the genius, if compelled by circumstances the event, which infers that they who set upJ of some kind ; but of all merits, that i
truth of his own maxim, affords only one to "cut blocks with a razor." J to aniu. or to insfuct the world, must be MI- ','of an enlarged{ and comprehensive mind is ''I : !jif
more example, how much easier it is to There are few persons much in the habit perior in their generation. Uncommon efforts the rarest, and the wants of society raise to : ;.
of associating with those who fill the 'first are, indeed, nide: to wear out this distinction :i -
measure others, than to judge correctly ofourselves. prejudice :[ infinitely mote person than nature :;'
Endowed vvnh singular: astuteness -' places in human affairs, who have: not, upon both hv them ileness of the trash which has blessed with this qualification. Theerror {,i > uo.
intimacy, found occasion to remark some oi is forth and; b the want of all conduct in :: alt
of logic, much natural sagacity, an im- put ) to bo avoided is that silly (lcticrcnccfor i i :
nirn e aptitude for Ltborand a copious com- particular, in which they were beneath the that portion of our writers which Voltaire J great lumios, which gives: such undue! : _
mand of words, Johnson W.I enabled, by. station they had attained. In politics, more has so well cliaract-rized as the canaille of weight to mere authority, and restrains men } }
siding! with prevailing; opinions, and flatter- j; especially, it has again and a rain been noticed literature ; hut tho notion is too deeply rooted j i without a reputation} from the f fair exorcise th
in!, the prejudices of a powerful parry, to '| that the.smallest degree of intellect will in the public nind ; and} now, in this of an independent judgment.. John Lord El- W jj
suffice for the ;
hold the first place in the literature of his composition of a statesman. ''nineteenth I century when authors are Has don may be a profound equity lawyer, and in.
day ; and by the magic of an imposing, if, Scarcely once in an age has there appeared, plenty as blackberries}; to have printed a I II fl Col. Wilson of York the greatest orator yjt
in this class 1 a man of comprehend philosophy volume no matter what it bo i is his but it "fpHothat *J
not a very tasteful style, he so thoroughly I I may more age ; does not they
fascinated his contemporaries: that he kept ; and the greatest geniuses that acci- I it I j than ever a pjistpon} to society, and is often I must either ()f them bo heaven-born judges lie jfc
I dent has conducted to the helm of a nation, i! available, where hinh forJum1 and o1l cial of moral and} }Ire
in ,subjection; tho master-spirits of his times, ; political philosi ajivt; vurihi\t! a.
have been far from the most .successful in :station, will not effect the '': t''""'a u ...
an,1 ntkoi'-s ..4.tllj- .....J:,...w.i yte's saidor 0I
nf pot made themselves
; yot I Have for a place in history ;cou t this idea of the(1.t mental j &
f from our 1:inguagc and literature. The des- }1-y their connexion with striking events, what j i calibre of authors was oftener realized. As From the Dcrfr Erqrinr.; I t 1 I: to| J6r
pot Nm of his sway in society, ( s.betrayed astounding deficiencies have boon recorded I|, for mere intellect, the moat that should bo THE DESTRUCTION OF THE: UAS- )
in-h' unsuspecting narrative of his "Fidus -What extravagant blunders have they not expected is, that didactic authors should he PEE.1:: tf Q.
Arh :es Tt.iorc" Boswell,") was unexampled ; and committed What surprising:: weaknesseshave at home on their own partirularsubject ; and I On the 17th Juno, 1772, the packet Hannah I i
stil!i astonishing than his literary dicta- they not discovered Burke, Pit, oven this hopo will not uncommonly bo disappointed. Capt. Linzy, of Providence, was on her Ofr
tor-Iiip!} inasmuch as mankind are more and Sheridan, the pole-stars of oui early The art of writing! after all, is homeward bound passage; from ;1cw York &
jt. !Ions of present power, than of remote youth, were no philosophers ; and in so fir I !but the nit of expressing::: thcni'jhts: ; anal that and Hearing: Newport} she discovered ga d|
:11orit It is inconceivable how, one, so !! British man of war lying at anchor stationed
au were beneath the position they filled.] More art may be attained in wondeiful! 1 perfection I tt
strikingly deficient in the "minor morals'* of recently, Perceval}, Liverpool, and Castle-i i without the thought! 'o disclosed being! necessarily on that const for the purpose of bringing_ to b.
got! fellowship! i !should have 50 far "cowed reach have shown that very ordinary facul- t j of valuable character. One cf and examining every \t.' >el, whether arriving } Kfc
the better pait of man" in his auditors; or ties indeed. when aided! by place and pertinacity t the chief excellencies of style i is the power of or departing, to prevent our good citizens $:
how the literary circles of Mich a capital as may; produce most influential changes adorning bairon and unjnwn'stin.uLjpcts: from corrupting their moralby ?*
London could} h we submitted to an arrogated in the destinies! of nations. !Nelson. when t j and of cleverly disguising the pot erty of the i I trading with other countries, and their rolonies _

supremacy, unredeemed by suavity, and on shore, seems to have been a pauvrp j!i matter by the ngretnms of the manner. I more than our own fund mother and : f _
unsupported by rank or fortune. Should sire," and Murat was nothin, when off his ,;: There is;, moreo\er, in the literature of all} childion. The Hannah, having! a stiii .
I the preferred l admirers of this Leviathan of horse, but a fat and a dandy. :Nay, even '! civilized communities, so much common breeze from the south, came up in fine .style :} fc
literature; be asked! to oxpliin: this, phenomenon Napoleon himself who with hi sincle name ;place! .so many recorded] and established} across the bows of his majesty ship, lt the ,9
they would prob ibly .scribe it, without IK; filled an entire age, and whose memory forms, both of idea amid expression, that course for one of the wharves, and *
hesitation to the "dominion! of the strong will fail: only with the extinction of historic books of some considerable merit and utility within a fow fathoms of the same, !She' tacked }
Olin:' over the weak; but if, by mind 1, i is intended record, has, been pronounced but *4 the half'' m daily put together, without any excessive and stood up the river for Providence. -
that virgorons and! comprehensive 1 }; of a great man." The Emperor of .\u triH, fjlbit:1 I of intellect-without any expense of The man of war hailed & onk'll'dhcr to "j
grasp I of the wholeness of things, which enables one of the weakest and most ignorant! of,: thought in originating! novelty, either in thei under his lee ; but Capt. Linzy preferring t : &
a mnn to take in all their bearings and enabled his heave alu'uI,rather th-ia heave: to, kept '
sovereigns! was by single national j i i matter or the handling. A great part of authorship T-
relations, Hnc1 l }place him in ad'tlnccf the virtue of a patient perseverance, to out- ;;: has ,'become, little bettor than }poI course. Signals were then made for theGaspec :
philosophy: oflf.s: age, never did individual man 'U\re at the game of Machiavelimthis ,I thecarv's work,-the more pouring from I (the ship's: tender: ) to ;;i i\c chases and_ c-
fill so 1-irge a space in society with so littleOf COO;"UH of military] and political 1 skill, and one bottle into another ; nor cm: it ,be; often bring her to. The uispce wu.ss soon uur!('! !
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that quality. '1 hrouiihoul; all his various ; +o overturn his gigantic empire On the I enough{ called: to mind, that the more original : way, and in full} chase, the Hannah spreadall i-
writings, the bitterness of sectarian zeal, of Eldon, the Bexleys, and the \\ Citmore- the train of thought; the less it is adaptedto her rags to the wind!, and the Gaspee did It
the most rancorous political hatred, force* }land! who have filled! so conspicuous ;i part give general }pleasure, and! beget! a reputation not suffer any of her canvass to bo furled.! :
on the reader a conviction that he was inca- in the affairs of their country, and have labored : for its author. Geniuses of iho highest Thus tIlt: chase; continu.-d twtnty-lr *? inik-s!
pable of embracing, in distinct vision, both I so ineffectually to arrest tile intelledu-1: I I order have seldom found their way to w eminence up the river, with now and tlll'u.a bow Lail -
tide's of a question ; and of conceiving that al! progress; of their age, posterity must de- ;I until a subsequent generation has from the Gaspee with orders come to. !
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horn:' and conscience', in possibility, bo cide ; but if contemporary passion: may be grown up to the level of rllf peculiar ideas. When arriving: Newport} Point, (':tIt.ti:2 JD
arrayed on either. But opinions} have undergone trusted; to form a conjecture, their intellectual I To please the public, an author must not effect :' Linzy, perfectly understanding: the depth ]:o
i great change since the times ofhis powers, as compared with their political I I great superiority. lie must; write what of the channel; ], run a s far on the point 1'1 l the <<" 113 u.
undisputed supremacy: ; and no very labored : influence, will be estimated but as the little his readers can understand, under penalty, bar us safety would allow! to decoy his }pur : !
} apology I seems now necessary for cl'is- 'remora, whose fabled energy i is said to stop in case failure, of passing at once from his I I suer. The Gasper, being; irn.art, of the of )e.
sing! him with those who h1bl'cn eminent the course of the largest vessel. In the bookseller's shelves to those of ihe trunkmak i ground, amid drawing more Wrier than the k '
in a (degree l beyond the real} superiority of department of money-making, nothing;: is The truly popular authors, in all ages, llantiuh, ran directly on the l Ilnr, and :-
their mind. more common than for the weakest intellectsto : are tho traverscrs in the grooves of receivedo1rranonSthe I grounded. The tide wS going!! : out, and she i- 0
Bu. whatever may haw been the deficiencies take the most extraordinary strides ; or } : runners along the common rail I then oiled on her beam ends. The Hannah &
of Johnson mental constitution: his attainments for the greatest merchants to be the most was of established orthodoxy. M\s Edge-! I ** crew shouted with exultation, and srnlfttv ( !
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and qUtlifi"ltions were confessedly completely incapable of forming a conception worth's stern morality makes: ; ihe head ache; ; I gave! a parting salutation: with their faces J a.
JFV at an high order; and it is by no means of the principles by which commerce is and Lady Morgan treats of interests too I to the opposite point of the compass : his ,.
surprising that a man of his habits of remark developed. Every diy produces its trading grave c\'cn for professional critics, who skip from those with whom they were parting of' Jj g
should have been forcibly struck with the Croesus, a model of low vulgar inefficiency ; over her portraiture of a nation suffering to I t company. Capt. Linzy paced his: deck a
"7 SMrces,es of many distinguished individuals, and the city abounds in men who have accumulated come at once to the sparkling butterflies that ; casting an eyo towards: his unfortunate par .
who, on comparison with himself, mUSt have more than one plum, whose comprehension t figure in.her light! dialogue.! The secret of I 1 suer, which fully exhibited the contending t! *, o-
appeared: to a great disadvantage. Th e would not suffice for the makingof the public taste is beginning to transpire. i emotions of his breast, leaving it doubtful! 1 } d :
.. spectacle of triumphant mediocrity is by no a plum-pudding.! The Law likewise The sure instinct of the bookseller put} his f j t whether he would send forth a volley o
means new or rare; there is no lack of en- boasts, in profusion of its illustrious obscure ; authors in the bettor tract ; and the "old j inverted blessings] for the relief of his throbbing *
cnurtt(.:n+'nt to the industry of the commonpW persons who, by their skill in noting a brief, 1 hands" attest a virtue if they !hw: it not, and bosom, or effect the same !by laughing
; md "the mighty Mother," in all in cross-examining: a witness, or applying write as frivolously as the Lady Mollys and \ 'out right at those misfortunes which restrained f t a
j a o% has taken good care of her son It is, precedents, have arrived at the top of fortune the Lord Charleses can do for the life of t the hound for the escape of tlu -
',' iii truth, natural for man to reward in pro- and have filled the highest .i judicial thin : so that every BOW and then, in lightning 'h< pC)1.iol1 to the utility! he fancies society may stations, without:{ more extent of intellect : upon a popular author in the quiet corner j Hannah came to the wharf in Providence P d-
d>'rae: from actions, rather than for the than might have served them to coint their of some bluc-,tOfkillQ' coterie, one is. like a sea gull. The crow carried I 'a
a'l! : ::'y di:>played in their performance ; and toe, and tc'kcep their fingers cut of the fire. ; surprised to find him, con-'rar.y: to the general.: : l ; 'their heads ('rcct-, and sweat one for the :
the -piu-st! utilities: fortunately, do not dc- Excellence in the arts has at no time been rule, worth considerably more than his0.- 'twentieth time related] th<' talc of !the Gas- A

: peiH UMOM the; highest qualities of the agent, deemed in necessary connection with great lumes. This, however, is by no means the !11 1 peetMni>h'ip' ; and ever mindful{ to place inconspicuous : i << -
which are rare iu proportion to their oxcolUare. }powers of mind. Claude Loraine, before case with the compilers of fashionable thoology t: view circumstances which :
Th" business of society would come he commenced painter, had proved himself fashionable pclemic.' and fashionable t;i would tend to show that their misfortunearose :
; to ;a sfnd-stiil: if its highest functions could unable to become a decent pastry cook, and politics. The rogues are de bonne foi with i I II from their own consummate skill and ,
,. only be disch-irged: by extraordinary genius; was consigned as an imb''die, to the Church. I the public, and do their best. To expect good management. The cxritl.'lI:'-nt ran { to
.. Jin.l the aristocracy of talent would be too Great actors, with the exception of Garrick, I more from them thin from the most ordinary high among the good citizens of Pruvidirye;\
ofieusivt1, if, in addition to its other prerogative have rarely shown ability beyond their art ; intellectual capacity, is to be their dupe ; and j to have one of their vessels chased by a t
*;, it enjoyed a monopoly of honors and and it is demonstrated, that to win all hearts you may safely venture any money you will, man of war, or rather the Dnr dog of a man .d
rewards The world is! made for all mankind by embodying the conceptions of others that the best of them, not excepting the arch- of war, they felt to be a stigma upon their! : nt ,
; !; and if f fortune did not sometimes side I upon the stage, does not require the possession bishop himself, have earned their reputationby their character, they could not succumb. :r'A
: with he undeserving, the helot destiny of i of an enlarged mind. Musicians, obliged any thing rather than an enlarged mind. Soon was heard the thundering noise o! I, C
the blockheads would be unbearably miser-I I to devote their whole time to the attain- Of all classes society,authors are, perhaps, i old P. Crooch, the town drummer. Peter i! of '
ii ab'e. The mass of the bowl, however, ment of practical: skill, out ht not to be taxed the most disappointing} ; and the literary circles was formerly drummer in the French war ; 1
runs directly the other \v\y.: Cunning and for the want of other acquirements ; it is, i are, of a!!!, the dullest. The fact has lie was a chubby built follow, about five feet I : Ih
dexterity, avail more to worldly success therefore, the less reproach to them, that I grown into a piovcrb; and the noble lord three inches high and as* symmetry o ) of ,.
>' than true wisdom; add the sacoir faire is their claim to the admiration of their species who bought Puntil for his agreeable conver- form, resembling a Florida duck. His con I I f
'1: more efficient in matters of business, than should so often be closely confined to the sation, did not fail'norc egregiously than the was made of cotton cloth, in those: days ,
f the saroir. In many instances, things sphere of their professional activity. That Lady Di Indigos, who imported a nightly called fustian ; the nap or furze, long since II' d F
11 work themselves ; and events carry forward the most eminent physicians have not always hackney-coach-full of gentlemen in sable worn off, showing the magnitude of oach ll
\ the man as often as the man directs events. been the most intellectual or the most learned from Pate.r nosterrowto enliven their uat tics. thread ; of the color of a leaf in December of !f-.
'_ Y\the Jay' 1, me gtu .4 adaptation of a man's peculiar faculties at extensive reputation on the slen- thfc tr
conversation a
very of Smith, Brown, Jones, that the shears made a straight line a ernsbottom.
fI' to the work in hand, rather than the : derest is the less be admired and
superi4 qualifications, to Robinsons, those who possess in any His small clothes were originallydeer '
Or. order of his general abilities; and a functionary 1\ because, in this department, the pur- f degree the faculty thinking, have generally skin, but for want of the same material r of
r1V" may be very good }in one way, who, .; chaser is no judge of the commodity he II been- disappointed. Like their kindred to supply a few vacancies which time ;.n( }

unserviceable demands ; but it is equally true, that species, the. parrots and monkeys, very few : service had effected,his wife had nicely fittod a
,r respect, philosophy !I siderable skill, and much real knowledge in : of those gentlemen are overburdened with I in a part of the hide of one of the bloating
iIt, the dupe of Its.own language. In spite ottnnersal f!t the medical art, do every now and then fall nous. There is in the metier itself too much race. They extended just below th .
.:!l':1! experience to the contrary, the in- I to the share of individuals whose intellectual (. of ostentation and pretence for real merit to point of the knee, hiding but a small ",ht' l '
.' 1' auence of a word prevails; and we imagine |j calibre is singularly circumscribed ; while like it ; and there is nothing in the world so of the flaxen stockings, which dame Cruucknit on
;<<:.' !wind to be as definite an entity as gold or minds of the highest order sometimes fail,, really unsufferable as the impudent flippancy for jolly Peter. His shoes, which wei ,

U'On. The mind, whatever may be its na- simply because their temper is too fine for of a talking reviewer, or the noisy rattle of a MiMethingiif! the same hue of" the patches u i[ : !
"f tarcf b i manifestly a complex various in-i 1 the moro mechanical parts of the profes ion.'j green-rccra jester. To talk well requires an bis breeches, were confined! to !l.*;; fret by !!

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fifciions, by drretrtiug fm "%'e to HU object, j''I FtttEND1iJP.Awl : !I ChoumlaVhld.. the 7uik.s regard us Ihe) ..- ficulsies'of the country, the committee Iad grei, thut-Uu-ycoHld! not come to.i n ,

*1 1't h now berliN to exhibit. a beautiful ami -A hat is friendship; but a nauic I rM-i til ih- Ltnpite, tie xrar would be trinii- examined the budgei-thoroughly) with| n viewtoretieiichmcut tiuti tallC"Jlg.tl, ), JUH,1'rS Un tho hJoji ,

: Sublime appearance,. tfl1t hp.d hi"i gentlv on A cii.irm tli-it lull! *: to >leq>, : tutu cl, and it :ayeiy jrobablHllint they would ; and they found it whirl lli.'' ('(IIsidercd i n C

, lit shoulder &K'! pointed toixrircl* ihe bum- A -Jiade that follow* wt-aJth and famf', find no huther obsacle in their ninch; toCoiiiwutiuople. lul task to aiiuounce that; III eir labors a1.Luus had- tJU! rdif of ..bem puhlic. 'l'Lae duty a4J' (I'.

iiGaspee.: Tlm was the Lis adrit! cutol'flll But leave tile retch ly weep. h .- j i 'bern productive ol( but little fruit. Tilt i 'lUfjr ; liq.u.Li! : W 4S not a, single hx. b41 o; ti

;" not a solitary oath \lme ui m vlief; GOIDFMITU. : : ", A UACIfU, May C. buiden of thc public cha'igej could be diminished cUluhmatlO1l of &''itr1l.| On one of'rvs ,
acd his head bct'.i mi i is nn affectionate union oi two f lIt a ,rdiction, .
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'i he groaned diopt Friendship} From the l"r nhirf.-i\iu1y die whole1! only ma slight degree but ws proposed, but
and afterward? mamluned icMlol' lite same aae, the same ; ]>rudence action was this
his muling knees, : is before Sdi only to LcOectod
t rf ipCKson: force ol Coum i'aldn! now lri n 3jflIOUU(1SIlCflCtL A little beiiivfthr : ;'isituation in lilo, the shine dispositions and and the p.ICCvill, bon be invested( on all carried farther. The efl'cct of : *on.c years, and the other dutie, cE'4'1

t break of dlthe devouring; ek'mer.tlvikhFJCtrwt ; StflL mt'lJls: and, as &oine writers will 1 haven : sides by 80,000 nici. It iliertfore, almost : great retrenchment would only be too iosubM. The duties tluoHly ,n.s I\'cs were krt ,I

_.u" wnc loud she Mew' 11,1, with ot the ruiine sex.ri'ho ancient writers ittal bt taktti. Tbf \ either to the thing of '11ch; tlm wee netI
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,' nd1 ewry pewter plahe" rate: within ten .I whil-' anclll1 ci"Ims around with oi ibi: Cdlhpr1.'tl1 depended iu agiuat. grants, waicu a* ,... e' ___ -, to cotuplain .ltl1 the l:19de \j

nilsofr. poets measure on the tato ol'thtit ''place. On the abuse the chamber had :td guard ttgain> .- lion to wliic h- vine growcrs"anu r, or1
;p !I the brightest examples of il. The li iend.] hip .1
The turn day the Captain despatched a' I 101' Achilles Pmrodllsiullol1er) ; of \\- 2blh ot the last mouth, u c unouudo was The amount ot the budget was nearly, tlit were subject, was also a rious.evil. Ii j

hi-ard to the dirt rtioti ol Gihrjevo, and two same as I last and attested that there not for thin Committee
to inform his yea to propose a
Ep&dhi messenger to Newport, \sas iinu turylasjin Viiyll ; md ol Duxiti; ...nd'Jonathan Dew. I
i- cuperiof officer of his imp'Hsmr il:lation, : ill the ciesi 'rii.ig' -hrw how huudrerl wounded have airivrdnt tile hospiul iv.is littlo or no clfdiigo in iho system ot tern but they had come to the COUCIHA ,

% immediately put in requisition ill the attachment 11< formed iiytxxo ol Butliiursl ; hut tiM partimlriis oflliecnoiiajfc which it was a sign. Almihteis bad promised: of rucominenJingOtcClrunber: to rt'jett t

1 minions; of his master to apprehend the rebellious strong an of the same may.sex, and to when adeiriee not; knouii. The often s of the a reform( ; ai d if' once they enteied into Law' Project.rFIzu lion. Reporter cQncJu.'" .,
ner.sons
perpetrators. Some low of them in of enthusiasm this attachment is army ubo/ have their WIICS'i'.h ihem arc this path, it uonlcl be easy fur Ibe clumber Jet by expressing an opinion of the .

: ,:the scu01 on the dcrk, gained broken anus, I' .sometimes carried.After Directed to semI ,ihcm t>>tik, and cverbiTiior to keep them in it. Thn Hon. reportei ty of a sxstem- of indirect: ta.vuicm: that u-0' I

i bunged eyes, and other honorable wouni!.*, OrI'ICtl' had slain l hi" mother tv> aveige the i is onii'icd io provide nmstJt \\ itll a haver then urged the necessity: of a more detailed, relieve tIC! Land T;\. I

t and all who could not return home dunirjtfce runnier Aganiemmn, l lie was so tioubiH l.y the. sac to tan y povisioii2i JirMine d yODl \. I I account of Iho public expenditure being ,rendered -: /'cm, May 2Mh.V coiuompgrary 35, i iis

I: absence daylight" 'found a friendly Furies that he went for relief the temple of Diana) : tiA1y: 8. io the chamber, particularly of ihe nounceslhat the ,Council of Sttte ofS

shelter some of the inhabitants "r! where the knur, TiuMs, ol'llerpc him to he ottered as TluI I.:lcs. advic loin VHIIMJ, inlormUN war and marine departmentTho I revenue !iixe recently held s( 'ct1 1 meetings i :
mon! asac.iticp tn that (;o.del'o'! J'yladus who I followed tot, !
1 Pr.Wiiixet, who felt particular: emotions him declared! that he.was ( lr Metn save hifriend's uS 'UI( ks by tilt 1U1, ks on li.iltschicl ;and expenditure ol the royal printing otlict, imo consiibrtition. the question"of an "X j

sympathy for the kinder hb n-.val oltireiN. life at lit rest of his OWM. Ure'U>, on the other 41IfflI, nd; kiiv.un, but do no confirm I lie UtH"S in the Polytechnic and other public schools, tion ag.iinst; Mexico. The .,Count 't'Or.I I

I finding every" attempt for discovering the umnllhifflhat! his fiier.il should! Miller for tiini. lI1.i i-t- dmda'ion relative to n result unfortunate the royal Colleges, &c. ought also 10 bvmade iss-.id Ii) have niideio the ( vernment ve.: I

I actors to be fruitless, he despatched a vessel ed that he wan !umelfthc true, Ou-itcs. 'j iinin: tiiis:. I lot .! t' Russians.At knowD 10 the chamber in detail Tue important J I conirauniculions upon I i rwb. '
which ha* ren-i-Mcd: their
to England to inform 1m ILoyal Master of cacruus:contest, (h""lwa"i TI'l1iii hy friemi1.ipson his >ji ;r Vi.rua and Sizelwli p\'cry thing is in expenditure of endowed establislunwuu ject. ., .I

the insulting indignity offered, the crown and Iphi; ;\vhoprfiiiilcd: ) in tie t l1IpJl' of Diana, and! the best condition. hue RwsiaM garrison should also h,' subject to the control of the A private letter from M idrid published&

the people; of his realm, in this: snfall and 'de delivered from danpcr.Damonnnd \fa- stionglv tortiliod a tho latter place, and I I chamber, 1 for their endowment wen" nriu* the Journ-il: cIa II'ivre says: uThe filo\\!

\!. 81'is colony. The kin{ immediately sentover J'ythi.KoSVtr; :\irtne.another c lw'lc; aft.'icgreatestatlarliitieut I h.id t'fr rlf'f batteries I an the heights, and iuilie I with the public money. The system of several news is civ-.Mi with ropect to bIO: .. I
and
bts! oflering a reward of \ ix l lyhborhood. Several vessels hav uffici-s being held by the same indivntual Spriin: is :.)out to put into execution :
I( : proclamation, fe| moderns. indeed though tliev} hcen to ha\ ihep jagiecd
; J'OOster1ing for the said Sheriff of Kent, abated ofthis enthusiasm, have not been "hip! l t. "'\- arrived ;i t >iz -loli I, having on bon id seveialhumlipd appeared to ihe committee to he liigh- : upon b'>txveon her and Franceaad

am' .500 per man for cither or every one of tin uish it. Shining in.'Mucc inaj' bi; iiroduct-d from B-iIgarianrefigees: ; all the country ly objectionable I ; and from calculalioiismade I I Ensil l ind to rein J'co. An arnrr gf'

the 0 ,lid Indian But as there duftiot h'co1r modern history, of the iou cc of fricnd-hi[ ; ':or an' rts flas AiliiHiiOj.le! !l.viim been ravaqt-d. it seemed that a saving of two hundred 20,000 men will! be snt thvre,' for whij

... ; 'O'." time-. degenerate a< tlievaic, cntin-ly uitl.ont KUSSMM fi'fi i is probably; at Size- thousand: francs would result from a recruits
Tin
L
i arc
in
fir \dlm't.s purpose collecting!
: piaPmttiiin this: different
hrad.
!_ ;; .J.I .th"Il'. Nay some of the anr-.i-i'ts. nn : tosake .II
oh.the
y" n.oTcash he xhi been olour'fri.w1. "*''rj ,"''" bull. change of this system, to say nothing provinces of Spain paitrrttU/ly jn .Galic]
I I tram fmrnc.ver to :.day ( .. < ..1'lrI A ..:1 ,aeMoe :-; .. ,.,,ii. t. ,hr iih.Iic service by tbt iintiossihility ; .
called qpoato pay the aforesaid reward. .f' Thi "entio'.nt. however, "M of t'nr mo':1 t dan:croris < than tlniiv AnSl: ahe! baidmian uu. ',(if'on} individual disciMrgu, a, and the efT-cts were such as met the \yy: ri'
.' tendency.( Jiistico a'id'I'ruth[ 'hi'Ud! ah\1Y h be our Government, as persons every 't\II '
di'nn-fit friends and ne\er IIP betrayed.Thfre !. I ts.s are nov wriiiit" for fnnviiis io sail, onco the duties of several offices.-Local' seated themselves.! A lc p.19. :

T It is a sign i of a bad heart to be inclined arc two rea-jns in fr.e uaUir of t'-m; w hy !I u (fiic'i will probabh bi ii'Iused, I ib.;m, since loans, und t the laws relating to pensions required mined to be i\hiLhL'd regency hiU bee. j

I to drfitma"iTlw\ who are harmless and frien'Vliip .sliould! I torn :01,' ('':: jiicu<)'isa ,par m hi- ; hotiihiic I hi v.' rotnmrticedt There is a revision. The committee \verv ofo- at IIwlln: 1lt I
11'0 chnracti'r. One i.*, that even in the mimt dfypiienluMt.itt I events will justify their rf'mo\l! to M Iico.'jThis
:
have inclination BourL'N
f rrsnocem, can that 'viy. nnot! of .m engagement in I llie gulfot 1 pinion that the budget xv.is susceptible of a '
of;, human t'lere' i i" pri'n-i'K of is thus
race a ; 11'\11.
| / co-npoxpd J/
regency ;
:
l:
;r The lazy, the idle, and) the corrupt, are the l.*iiC+' and cfnc.ra-'itv: tii.it! jiromjiis us t > attarllllll'1I1s! :. ; flit hot h ing terlrfiii known about it. I turl inn of .IOor t Iur.Iy-Ii\million. of francs. President Aran Counsellor ,,

f persons who arc most pleased! with the Unit tu J'.lrlilul.lr pppion"". wiIlIt!': au\ \jtprtat-ni: ofhpnelit j I I 'riv>$ll.i .Hid X ores lan been dt' lIu\.tItv But this could only be effected by df' re..s. dies ; '.1, of the t* I J,
.
rich
II
tales! uliich ;pass about the town to the ds-i frau thp.ni ; aii-.ii'-r! 10, thaI ,'\cry OJIP fi'ii r.iiii- i 1":1 t ihqii.U; .. Largos, Orfniio, and Adi iauo-$ Such a result, however, would never be obtained n proprietor ivana ; attactml ;,

I advantagc of their neighbors.i V/er" it not self I s.i 'iL'l! in !ItI"l i'i JUTMHI I\\.IIIII do can ronfi.le j pit- have s'iir( ,rt.ti l much. A great uumber if the ch-'miber did not, from (he Intendant of II zva.ia, ; LtlUyeanj
,: : ho finds II'H w* .,.' nuh! ill pa>pit. aul iii< \ pre.cent Jehero, ex-deputie.s to the Cortes in"
, for *.ho' pleasure of stie kiu. ill, thoro are "'irrows s,i 1'1'11': allpi.i'rd. wlei ltt rtJ by a Mjirp.efrinud ; j' of ike! inlialiii.iiiis; have )irisiiciI. time (fix it? starting point ; if, xvhiht it Rich Havana Inve p

, people, who are too I lazy, to go out of their tb:it it is no wtllltlt'r1' ind t fpw |'TIH o'VluMjiiPiit I' I'R.\xl\F01tT, 1\1.t\' 27. made i ieirenchnifnl did not refuse alliugnientation ;; proprlelois advan d

, \ Own use and too ill-natured' to onrn wil;I".ll a pprsou WI,>MI il-i-v ('alllhr-ir I frit'! ''! Tln: hsl advices Ironi Vienn.iiaU: that of expenditure, the necessity; ef twenty miliions of dollar? to ddi-l die ei.
Dnl. howevpr advanMTWHis it iii-.v 1 b41(. haven sin- I pensesf the e.xpediiiot <:en. Lnbordeij
, t their'rlips in conversation. Cicero, in one JICI e WIS a rumor on change, of au in "'1- \vltichVali not cleat ly Jenmnstraed ; and
pprp friend, i' j is :t. ,1,1I11f'TOIH i ill !i;"''p ;i t.bl' (n' Iu- named C'-'pt-iin Gt-neral! of
of his pleadings, defending: his client fioin fi-Miiv [,'i.'n.! !hip ii'is !'c"-ii th" fnniKJ-ilion of niuiy dolt undo: by i ilm ''c r\IlnS into the Kusiian I above nil, if it did not resist the supplemeutaiy I I r Cuba. tlie: Island: of

{ scandal 1, says of !the! witnesses producedCg.iins tr.ii-.-ih'.;, and, history i. full :,!' 1 ti'. fut.il: I ",in-p'j'ifr.!l I: cs: iiili.ry. li i i i. fvcii said lint they lId rv grains. xhich lenduthe ureiogaiives of I '. I

;: him.rFh&IT! ;IIH inniiv; ;:re naturally ; ;- which) n-s-ult from it. Tiie; s-troncps' tiipnd-ti| "|;" :..ifCPiipraMv I. taken, by a coup rie main two of lilt' stiou>jloitits the ciianibor an illusion, and the repro- Decree nf ihe King of Fiance, pub1iLef j
. !! fonnrd in \II"! when we a'I: v tnc l(-i-: ;J addicted to defamation; i r.ttd mvious !f >e& i e ded t fix I inf Shah I I i i to H.ussia."is .- seiiUiivd government a ruinOus deception. .
of: Ci:).)"iul a friend !bpfnn:; ; the I bud I of reason I Art 1. Tiif number of M irslial: h of
to man who !h.p.; 1(1111r Ibu- .. 1{ OncMirtiioii, I iu ilie Franc?
iieus pioditct'd .1 : mo
I rznyg'ood any the -ion. and f.irtuiiPcair.iotLef.il The first !
C..Um >
through a ;
can pierce pa ; ; > I an: mos; important alleviation shall exceed Jv
k ted spread abroad reports of ,ih Ji" k'uiJ, for : a generous youth I tii'.:; r m:1a: 11.,) IInrk.I'IIIiI'r. thiiihiiig! I hut I the of iho public burdens which had presenteditself not twr I'nd The nu !fier
ofOeuer.il
nothing! is so swift 105 scj,nd!."!, nothing! i is more "wroi choif". I for such a ;no will find it a h'ird ta lc to |'i 'iN|>ejs .of 1 u: kiv wer moie t'iv iuable. the officers! of our land ,army is t f
" ; received give his friend. though ho must ik it or!,,: ;:;Voledin to committee was a reduction of thelilleFest as t dows! : 100 Lieuif nnnls General : I
z fa.sily sent nbroid, nothing Ithi up li was also curivotly beliuved iti, ih'itrap- i.l
of tie iNdiional D bt.
hi \icesor crizies.Prc The moment M. resciMiix dn
ilu'IWs itself mii-I < ill! funds had hcd camp. 3rd. Utit-l th.',K5:.
n.othin rllllli
rnore welcome, so choose .5 that been to the
friend )before him. is the! for -iiich .
4, Jour you general ( shall be 1
verst1iy.uIfn"'c ntini1l'dl", "there beanytbitig and nations and I Dr. You illustrates tl' by the intervention: of two redacadu
: r-'iition; ofall a gi'" ; pOI (power ,,d to have; arrveih.rfLe committee had in that fixed !
: advanced, xvitiioui: a poison who can and enforces this caution in his u":1Ial.I"I"; | -v uho hate the grealf-bt apparent iutcrvst III by article 2nd, only one U.infof(

Kay"::'vl:>rAce he bad it, or ;xliicli! i is attestedby : maniiprvliprelm life, but friclvl"hij' now, ;is neither stron;; nor s\\v:. I dw subject : wilt the minister or the Finances : rOIl shall he filled and half those of
W
,HP, who forgot, who told: it to him, or, i the he calls sIl |hunt XXIMCI! it was found difficult to con- ilatec
his
| Let any man concerning man ulnist he admitted: the utility of such a ilu
xvhn had it from one oTsn !iisio consequence, friend, tell m... will he weep with von in thphourof ce.vu DOW t!bo ;\ that then .think, it of his to 'flUfu .., tile his prudent to SOnIC We annonncpd a sm/t! time since rh tJt
he did not v.orthy ] distress 7 will! !he faithfully reprovi- n I i (;:iO' mUQ3 expenses arn.mentsM.iy time loneer. The conceived
if well
.1 notice ; ail such testimonies as these, I know :1 I for actions for whjc)dl other--- are ridiculing fir ('tl1"oIr-1 lI1st Cost 111111. measure, I Magistrate's: of the Royal Court of Mw

too' in: you behind your back .' Will he d.iie t. 11 I and executed would procure to the: public a ;que h.id all resigned their posts, in coquenee $
will! think light to have credit 1\1-\UIHO 21.
C you any your defencehen detraction':!* yc.-retly ;ainiinsii-i I saving of Io: or "0 millions. A considerable! of the Ordinances
the innocence and honor of i I nine in the tie lunecii Royal r'lilt.in.
i morning -
aga'ipst
at
your j: deadly!: weapon's at your rl'plltarioll.IIIa: ic1 Yesterday I saving might; bo eflucted in the different tar of the Judicial
I
: fellow, citizen.** 'i I knowledge yon with t'uj' SIIIP ('ordhhiy. and |. convoy ol the queen lift tin- j pI l ron *-, brniK I org-inistrcn Or er,>
iiuj of the public s rvicp. The Warj ,
'I 'V. -- -i.1 I Ii]: to you with the VIHIP fn.:'nd'y: aUenKei.I ; in th, I1I'haW'1 iis WilY to thti- Et u! i"t, wnich Is sevenfitnu ihe Administration Justice in that i ioir,
: ; nv ofvonr snp 'i iors j jn rank .ul I'utii.i1, H-J 'V !I L! I Lepsi tllltJllt swallowed up Ii4 millions lfld' at Gu.iiiidoupR. Tile: Crctrlf ,:'ff;
who is- puffed with the (firM pale of1prosperity !: 1ti''U'S IStd tnucHijii.ii. The I nuxxiih II
'lie ip II'I 0 lIt .
: claims of pride or vinity do not I iit"rft.e \ iIl11h"1 [ neiiily t ;-e hiif: uf which sum went to the that the Government
jxpecled wdulheeiialajraed :r.J'ttI
'
t will beud) beneath the (first blast ; i'rirnd'hip ? I If r inisfortiiue. 5t l lo.:"! <.|;ould obli;i1 ym IIIl : ,lh :j4j: t,!. dH-r i I iiiOnks, ; !cts, I jstftif, ;. t!lliren, and sub-olncers. This was j I such
a resolutionandtrtmUiiavc
Of ,iversit.'Rare .. ti> n'tiro into walk< of lifpinvhicliyr.u cannot ;:!JlI'- cff. :.nf; ._, on lnnM-hack or in i i: :rnIt's.i I ; .- I I tiuh of thc : and a
for the
a uiu'ger, tint ( '
( wi'h; tiif same distinction, or entertainour :icqiiiiin'-; Oiianvui4 at be tm.nasU i\ ol' the!i i'%cu- PI'lc"l I repealed} th'e Ordinan anees l with the same liberality 1rLIiriv, will hetili I f fcstabiijhnient:I ,OOO I :II. Whit ;however; that tb.ir resignation wtrt'fc
of fi'rlin.- 11.IItw: lasl dtilj/ ','H! ht :rrurl&ll'cln'ltl tttudl ':
Example delicacy .
p
think hi'u Lou'u XI V i.f France, ".'as omd.iy enter- idnallvilhdrax, } i! iihini camp-ngn their
f tafli u'<; a select paity cf his couriers with 't con'leMon. take pie.'isiirPin Jllali.io-in: !himself: 'Oll"l place it iu the built of ho J lit:.Ie*. (cctiitau !j. 4 OOGO ntu 1 Oiliti: carry L'oininenial Powerssuppuited I pinco, they no" '. 'accordin!! 'toatjvictjs IMII

rel'ition: of a circumstance winch IIP Ind aii- friend and cheerfully asNlou fA) npl''I't tb.: des hi/an) it bfijig a rule! ;that queens who I from .Martinique, are anxi'tnis iubi
then of ar.IlcllOn"Vllt'n st.-kness shall! c i'l!I [ their permanent armies by larjie reserves I reinstated in' their functions. It mtinttf:
nounci'd.! was extremely Iw; hahll"! but on your die childless an: noi to bo interred in the se-
f you to n'tim from the pay and busy !cent' of th thereby redoing their expenditure, be seen whether the Government will ,:.w
tho entrance of Prince Arnngn.tr, he sop- world!. will h. follow jon"in'o your gloomy! rf'J'f'lt.1! ': pulclue of k iugs.I and preparing a ueveinpinent of force
great their
pressed fine repartee which constituted the li-"tpi: wthattcn, to your "t.deof syniptomand; It appears iiiat by her will the queen in I to cupr.cos, which seems very'iiptt'
I case of need. Why ejuIJ not the same i
haul -
rniui-crh.' balm consolation to } our f.iintiejrsm. leaves her ew.ets and other tfle.cis at her .
raerit of th
\ story. rit"1II11a'th'. whcI.leath ;shall! burst asunder! :, system be adopted b\ Fiance 1 Gie.u dt -I II from
t which tu- household.She A letter Malta ''Tim Frsd
: 'The who1t'.cir. le was disappointed, di.tposrd the of her. -
persons : says
i cverv euthl.tie.. will he shod: I a tear njion vour pnu o j ductions might be made in th< i\,ivil Department. -
,I Was eldom thn case when his Majosly pro and 1ndie the dear; remembrance jour mutual h.isxiUo letta I egicy ot d )hunJicd thousand I Iu 139, '*;ben Fra:1cr. had have acted with unrivalled gcneroiitjt II

I .;mied them en'ertainmcut ; and were therefore friendship in his heart. a< a treasure never to he resigned francs to the inonajipry of the Escurinl, colonies and many wards the Greeks. Tliev. luve Itf-ealy-:
maritime
f surprized. The kinc: observed it but TIP! man who will not dr) a!! ihn may bp on condition that H. mass be said daily, and I a very tX'lVC, commerce a temporary manuel, rebuilt Navario w
II j the xessi-Is! of her 56.Ai .
flatterer s-ducer, but depend Navy vvereonly I
,__ said nothing Mill the Piinre departed.Now .- your companion your your" funeral service celebrated on ihe iUIllv.rsa- : Patra, and made donations to the (Jaw
Il I on it, he is not. vourfrii'nd. I present, when she possesses Hide colonial
gentlemen. :.I'll make you laugh," ,. The word taken in its plural sen
laid he, and accordingly gLIve tbcm: the anec- ''' pttaurfritiiJ3. Arc., but,! thelViend j! monks neglect to comply _wjiijj I ,the \latter tjrosisitusthu I' extremely confined army, and for facilitating transport and C9muaication

dou.uzniitjLa5edwhich produced; in ,a !high of the heart and bosom, is a i'lwnit; and ucecia not, I II -' legacy t< ip pass-to ijie preparations wcic m"lI' thnwgh the PeuinsaU TIll
I I monastery
the
io of Jamiary'i830.
Navy by.the 1st
i admits ofrivaknrigh !! any -
r cfrgrri the proposed effect.lYon see," wpdrd not of' Our Lady of Atodio' ..-and-lf the uionit) ? noises awl accoutrements of a cavaln V$
ly glows the glitl'rine gem, | to 2Q vessels, of which 12S wouMbearnifd. )
Louis, "llierft was an obliqtie) stroke Sp-irkling the diamond's leam 1 oi, Aiocha i.t-glecl (li -- .for.u.u\Ce to the. Consderuble: letreficJiruent m nt have been prexenU-d, .inf t yvrenlh
might
'
"
that: would have affected the Prince, and I apuchins. .' : also he nude in the dred mulft Pares, th, Ru sin hI'
Brilliant is the! sunny ray, : 1 expense collecting taxes -
it his being embarrassed CHAMBER built, and are building! at the arsl-'lldf!,lap-;
Suppressed jo prevent OF'DEPUTIES.
:Beaming on the golden div! : I aid oilier branches of the public service.;
tyr Ioutd .ritl'er )lose the reputation 7.,nes on a large scale, which i.itist be OfWting
; But !brighter, warmer i is the glow. SITTING r TUB 23d AMY.Mr. .*--, Wiih proper eeouomy and tbo progressiveexJiuciiou '
best ban mat that was ever uttered io the : and the AP
of tin ar.vanti1ge country
That rricndehip'o cheering Million hc-.tov.'. (lumauii tose to innkw u import in-the of lifo pensions, &c- It pirt of the ind
(han''e '3 moment's ;pain to any mdividtml. I ricans art employing many ofihe
L- -_ : name of the committee Tij'pomted to examine rents redeemed by the Sinking Fund mightbe
=
-- -- -- --W
the imitation classes of the iu tIll
An worthy people deepening
example
.
i; FOREIGN. I iliH expenditure section of the Lnxv PioJHtt annulled in a few years, and thus the relief -
character of Gen iof and mole for thfl
of Mil who aspire to the a I EgiuJ, budding a
-----_ _- i forming the B-jdjei for 830.. The so justly claimed by the country might be Since the blockade of C,
rldn n. -= lion, said that in the increased. The Hen. then ingot goods-
Reporter examining Reporter
j'Tom tSc: Yurk Com AtlcrTt$tT. I ent"rerll raided 1 the of vrtf
was by Englisli sloops '
LATEST FK() :\1 EUROIM- Law Ptoject, the oimnitiefc\> (attention had into the details 'of(he Budget 'and proposed roo-

'A Lady told her husband, she read the By the packet ship Sully, Capt. Macy, been directed to the state of the country, andto I the following reductions in the estimates :I II Island Russians and have had ships cruising of V

, '-: 41 At' ol Love on purpose to be agreeable which arrived on Tuesday from Havre, the an enquiry whether the public wealth had I Minister Justice, 120,000 fr. ; Minister of'; some Egyptian ships hand'
have fallen their
I to him! ; Vl had rather have Love without Editors of tuft Commercial Advertiser have increased or diminished. Thi proiperity I Foreign Affairs, 640,000; Minister of Public I j transports into

I Cut. ,'* replied he: 1 I 'cuceiveJ numerous files of Paris papers to France certainly l laboured under lamenuhle Instruction, 20.000 ; Mirmter of the Tnteri- ,': is to now blockade publicly Alexandria.reported that Soroo they tinJe ar? .

the 1st of June, inclusive: fmm which we embarrassment ; the sources of the public or, 486.680; Minuter of Commerce, 14,400; th.' .
the beautiful takn
11 CYRUS. have made the extracts, and translations Health (lowed less Huundanily ; the efforts of Miimtui of \Var, 575,500 ; Mmuurr of the '! 'corvette by ,,

I ,(','ru when a youth, bring at the Court which will be found below.: There} i is nothing ;industry were relaxed ; the spirit of association M-mne, IrjO.OOO; Minister' i cf the Fiu. u'es, j sians last wiurer from the Eyph'for heact''

; With; Ins r u1tlr. dlt'r Aslyages, undertook actually new, which can be depended) diminished ; mid the project of the\ indirect 2,34100.; Toal: reductions proposed 4,18283S elegantly: "Couni filled u'p here, sailed &
of Poros :
i L Our lily\ to be the cup bearer at tahlfIt upon, from the seat: of war. It is evident, taxes deciuased, which was a sure frain.1. I tera Heyden, at : ",
of ihe fleet of the line, !
rest a ship
of this officer taste the Iquor: ,
k XT s itwdutt however, that we shall soon hear ot some sign i of the decrease of general prosperity. The
Report ordered be Vessels ar*
was to printed. I and smaller ,
t : b :KK, it was presented to the Kintr. Cyfl sanguinary Two inter i This slate of affairs was aggravated by other} gates some -
very engagements. The lay for w
Project the Government for with
+ Huthoiizing J iI ready departure apparent
without performing this ceremony, de- circumstances. After nsis which caused i
,
rus e tini; reports on the state of France, will be a tJ.
to contract a Loan of( Tlifr Rttmi'an Mro
expedition. *
Jivi red the in a graceful manner toInVgraudfather the into other bunds 2.800000) :
cup very found our extracts. The French public power ro pats ( ,
among francs for works in the
I tbe of II several vessels and
vre
fl reminded port was ; transports,
J be Kjng' him fresh difficulties arose t The
of the latest dates aro priqcipally occupied every step. ; Qtf1l ,
tiapers and carried of "will be
that Malta e
put by a majority 215 against ance i is soon
r of hisortm4ion wikS4' iaiputcd (Ojbrgptfulnert. ; ,
with the debates on the subject ot finance government ofa greaMialion required foresight 7. Adjourned, I cated them.1Courier. ;} ,.
,"No repliHSCyrOi "I w' afraidto by
s ahd decision. i Where these
and revenue. It seems probable iiiat.he -vere

talte'bt cat ie I apprehended there was '. passage of the Tariff bill will be postponed wanting', povrrrgrew weaker and WCrikti M. Pivee SITTING Du OP Vamioeuvrc'I-HE 27th.,ilIA 1': ,, I ': Eartza.oflaprh,...-- .Jttpf..- ,I.pJ.UaypV"ro
iu the liquor for not long since tan and the became discour orongnt up : ;
;
poison day country
( to the next session. every M
the of the Committee appointed to 11 assured that the new I.
Report We
I obgerv.cdr je.x j arc
which
entertainment you gave, aged. Certain; remedies for such a situation
PARIS May 31. mine the and L.iw Cnurt has been more If,
: liquor liquid Project. Spain at this-
that the lord pf your Court,nftec .drink- The German talk much of en- were in the hands of theaJministratio'u.Minislers .
papers said that the having
The. Hon. sufferingsof
rag of il, became holly, quarrelsome, <*nd supposed'to have taken plate and wirh'them all France, should Reporter ful than his predecessor* .I
.igements t '
tho wine extreme. Nurae consent '.
were Don Miguel to
ven sir, sveoied to forget you 'from tbe'state ofsupuue ness into which growers upon
the
; /raotic ; you l *twcea Russians and Turks. Direct rouse had been sent by them to the DOnna Maria., T .
rous petitions Queen
"
..were a King. correspondence with the fty they had fallen and which paralysed IM! de- young 4.
points occupied the
Chamber, and the Government necessarily j genre ll been announced by ,
: 6f force and ricies.Tbe .
of the the national
the divisions
contains velopcment
-. army nothing the -and iht. ,
occupied itself with inquiring into source to the Cabinet of Madrid,
,
is "false coin to which miiy ih'il confirms this should more especinlly I
! Ffatlery a news. government
The whether it
of the evil. question was ) Cabinet will mike thecomni :
_JJdarnefir.rlucwld. 11 :hut tin- of the Russians unite with the Chamber in efforts to reduce I
al Jne gives CUI rene> appears} object co
proceeded from .the! burden of taxation, or ; tlint ut St. laraes. Tbs ttrh .
burner the the burden of -(IJt taxes they should enter I
(
10 gel by ) Balkan. Ly: bear- ; .0'. "
natural -
was the inevitnblc'result of the course not be ablt to produce any :

r -' ypocriy is otnbuto trh.th vico. pay* to : p upon Sizcboli, md *:fleclmg a disembarkation fraikl: > into the path ol'r treiKlunent'iln; u y ofthing 1r it in the ro\ter t1 o Qa- change in tUe statq of a fT''e. r.

L frIdefr. at Buur a,. The movements of COD- should put au end tQ tho progressive aug- .

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t' ,sr.nIkrc'p tI, to :mrI t GUJfllrr-John Burns. ton! when he rereiypl his
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i it 10 l'rtJ 'nil'. ( : ftppoiutrarnt as a
.Jr.tt kr'11.'fI it..6fIfl ,Jr. ; tZIfTE 5 *. HE .rr Pif"tor the PeMicol G .
< h.1oenr11
", .trut \.i oH ,. Snil.Makrr.-John Aan13. Judge, never to bffome a candidate for any iiet, ..
I'' \ '::1C Q"'ru JJI !w IJ5LltlPI. : l :cw : .-JohnK. ReaneyFOREIGN political dffic&, ' inalioA.wPI f a 1:

: AI'l r! "'',-'IUI .,}11' ('tU'E-'I' uf( 1 1)11 Prdrui. and I Iart1 I I I are iutuorizi'i to say, he now siradily perseveres R'ALiNG: ; tOO' p. .:

{Nt'liu that thai 1inirch .n.t'rI I MlMSiERS. I A mosi 1i i decision certainly J .
al quite I' urnl.Ip.1 10 1 where l''lhn ( "'n M, part C\fate United Siare <
n'ueh tUlfior for 1'taln" The following article on DijJoiiMtiC Employments Charleston Mercury.Wo $
100 I resularlv reCt'RPdiud filed
.
iuiu4 after
( sitch a'1 lUiiun. '1h FItICII I Con. \ is hum lie |wn ot4on tulIlitr{ : the arrival ufih M'il.TERMS.. v dulely I't _

,. dn1 (* \J bJ-.nrJ bf&he Guvuniiuoul | T. | ; 'ith the subject, and capable' (f iiistruciing : arc crofiiMy intormrdj snys tl.r Key -

:L'-on: f.,. an inquiry tu.!IH immediniely flItt1tPd !I those who, like ourselves are loi su much Wrst 114'2ic'P'tli.tt thin l ;. S. *ip| ) of war 'I'I IErie F. 4 v
slIt Datjart i-. uniiuni. pnvatle in ady. "_ .
| f
French stthjec1swinhave it the 'lrlicula .
relatiw the i We recommend to HIttniion visitc.l l the Tortu '
so. Cipt.nIhtizP4.r ases, ( or the .rin..tfttmod'iliol; of ( {
bees prison for some lin*, the I h'SUI j I of those who Like 4U iilerebt 1 in: our ; and Coin. RLl1.'I! :,, one ofllu N-tvy Commbsiojirrs hote ?i., in the City ,ua 3 tM uuicestii.tntesctip rtnt"-D'.eti-' ''
.
l' rnO".1 piveti' trw in their far*; *but Ilit'Zmmiary 1 I II diplomntic! relations and iiUerourse .: i for, : v. ac artively! pnc 1'01 I in CY;mi'iiiiu ri.,.." writ he icmvrd muiithlv. at one Dolrar p.r ,..

( of police! being iiiiin" to let !,! -I I although we are horn enfin'.dsto onq"i<>Jte ; tholr position lor; Nav.iJ; purport .. \V.lparil.l ; 1;' '.i.th.tinhnibei. hav I 1..
the
his IMS tl0*'pOIlJ H ufcision reI, 'IESDY, AUGUST 11tk 1 ? ,'. ortikial( distinctions "> socety, \ve ue lo .prlvilcg* If .introrlueinggeuc
co 1 vicuins\ I PFN- \COL. 1. & and ( tint} he expresses a !trnn conviction of tlic: I 1IIo"\nc.,. {I\tr.. '.
\ iodine tim! UHtil so'n*' wrllm::* nt !I hp1'isrnh1pt : -- -- ,- well ;u-arothat the forms and orempuius oJ propriety ..f rithli"1! ;t: ; stuh Naval (:Sopot* .] ;rl {riI' 111 ; nrp itw rfft\"td: atth.Rea4infl4qr JP.A
de Cbairaabru i| and.M.P..ilSllllr I Dr. ir-r.-;in*.-The trial of th* unfortunate j ii diuuiTi'ii \ >-- iptf.tnut'f iniprcourke are ofjner, couseqoenre 1 r ).. 1 .. .
< i : inn I'liiirrrni ;(r. iratHtttlf ntlj" ODiaimuglit' I in this '|'ii.irtor f s niiiy nive! t"cilitv to \ivo'.irtrnilr \ ." .Ai

to translated into Puftngue% iw order that.! dnliarg! ;m'3Ir..Harris ended on Saturday rib. I than at first glance} rlic-j might a'pt.ar! : \\.('4t rliHci: !'ln ',IJ.fJt ill ,hp "! ".' ; Of : '

' 3t flY l'iC 85r 1 t.timd whether tbrre is any t tmatl -. The Jury retired a! 11 o'clock zrtd in about [f1r! be. In regard to/iis; styvcif, ,It lest, !' : 'd! ;in :ihr .-'lIt pro."ion ofpir..Y in 1-CJtALE.,. :.
.
; between ihe principles of the iiiig i words are thing, ankulstancc! embodies J Jlorm. Ji..i-f'
\ theynlfot :
: } % hour rntunied .1 x trdirt f-ndin:; I?r.V.. rui'ty: ofhs.'iug
National fnflHgtncer. I ..__ iJ ava rJ
'he fir which thr -
and dbove
. cnuse PIeoUtCN rrcriviti &7r'} :in liis olFcbl capacitymil: ajv I ----- 1- o :
A Mhiiser is un .individual setH I ,.
Have been confined. A ;hirsl for Fortign
U IlLs Ccnn. 1 fur Dr .
{lying narne to own n. The e
r \V r.i ;;. -'oxSTEET -
1 .
blood! j carried; to SUCh a pitck .imm; thfjyjijueliies Walking rriniretl: ,ht' \1'fIirt) to ie: re'< roYd. -'i'- !; by one jiovernmen to another, to tr"at nit I ".t v. i';; zp4iz. .A.r' co
. that a monk, who fc one of thcpr1adIIrc th.il-it "refL.t 'iil aflairs of veity- that may 'ris (l.*i. j jturrn f' : \ ,; .\ 1t ",.J! .itnarit for l.t IIIP.5 and residence ngither .
trr.dinj wa eqitaIe.t to '
a of4niutThe "
at diP Coiu, confo.s"or of the thfin ; and \"lmo, being (furnj ted wiii: | eo;_ .:r1j.;VV.. _..;.. i'' hir. f.-ef font IHOdfrp, inthe rear 4eea .
Counsel 1 for the U. StatF the
to recerd- Fut coiiditiuiiS
objected l're< dti. "p|'ly to "
JMke, de! Cndaval, aa zrctIiniter irieud of the insofthe verdict on thtprocnv that "11:1" verdict did a cK'deniicil lotte", or flU po *'ors, enjoys tli. ] \ Si';u\ \'' w.Afs..\ l\i-, \ \Ym: McVoy. .it.lie.

Iris privileges .accor-led by he law of H-uiuns tot ; __., --- --- ;
: just pnblished a pamplilet entitled = -.7-=
J not apply! to the.mater of the indictment, and \\a, in- I Piisi.'n It. \ujrust IOlb. ls 2y-28._.2r.
'Bc-iM wbioi t liis: public cr. rA'Ur.f I \I"i" L
;
th'1 Flayed/ it i j.i ufTcient! to pass judgment on." The Court i in- .: .._.....: ', ,'. -_....:., ( '.1I.II.l.l. ';'i Lun.'H! iole;! -- .
tatij ;lias :
tho 1 C'ontitut onnlisi\ Every mdeppnileiH a ritilit U>
"IiuAII : ; should be I I :formpd the Jury that the verdict co Ild! not be rereix ida f ::!':IJ"i' ".:':" :'" ..: iAWAWAFr Z

' hn'p by the hrr-ls. The days ore lone, I i it did not find \\\\hetlrtr > =. 7ofl vas the ni:>nf-y c.}' send a ttircign Minister I hey also! I'.ivcti;., .' ':< (f'. '-; T' 'I.-.r: J-Ylir.: ti 'da: ; ldvar'i:

.nJ there is time for it, and :is the .barn i is I Jho United StJites or the fraudulent intent by which rilit l to decide on u licit, (conditions tt.! "- <\t:! :i 7i.-! *. .':IZtm'I'-M'-'t'" : :\ OM the Suhscriber a tuLI'I'; .
I h:1(1 this tho receive one. Some gfieinnjcyls s.\; \ :'': !;: vi' .111). j
' likely; to he year, people mns; I it had been obtained. The Jury retired, niui turr.fd I I. l' I'i Mulatto Boy, aaoicd. In
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_' / ::: --S. : SmithMa
: ;
. IPIph'e ihrir citi IL .-' : : }I' :> -Pis!: son- -
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) own ;ns, or .
beconsoleil by havinjrfrt'shmejit piven them ; .1
the following amended ict, "that tliyrt'iitruas; 7 : :0., ', IVI ,:..I :" t ":""'C'. 1 1I .
to et." Th1 police watch closely everyxjiternpt tIdily baring whir official wporinbttL"2a! md I (I'.itnvly, F: :iict: Swic nj llull.inti, .; ,.: ;: r: !H. i ; 5
. : rytjiUtl several otlieis ) awd it or:1 ittn.l ily b- > .i ': ";. : -. _'. -
to emigrate! in order to tl.escape ; [ ptj-, ; -r- < I. .Lt"U.ew Orlenn": car- J34Ci
prevent to hii virus's' !?ir'), nuniey of the IJv.ilul Slntos. I I .. ... ." : ,
.
the ConstituticmHlUts. that thr 1 tefii 'Mo leceivtan individ'.rd] 1 iv ; o : ; '. : '.
of Such Pucd ,,
The) Coan..l for the ttnitcd States iufunned tie I .. '
i : .' -:.t. Anfr'ivv"OITI NP\V Or.
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: 5 7
is disnirrecfilde( to them. )I. GudtMike.! ll'l. : ; feet ort
bclon Li
U1lpcrq. ) not to >hon .nd Oporto : Court os MoinJ.iy' following that: he did; not intend to : .1 l'i: :>- I'i.{ }.K..hv 1'. .\; J. H.Thorntx' n. 9.- 'chet.hiJi, Itr.igbt.bt hair
!
're expelled from those cities, an l wh*nthev move judgment ;apiin the pri.-Kiner, cen,idcring: !I in 15S ly ( reat Cjiain; o S'O' holm, n..z.> T./.'. '1. < '. I'c.rp,' .,"0 .ik. New Orfc i.ii \<. taJ bin. ejei-with a <].wa look th

nrrive at the town to which they IJt.- Ilnt: irrejveii ; Sri!lnin, in !?!>-', refu-fil tt. (. ;.r", ., I. ,i-".'. i.. I'l'\ \',-. i"lr.lt"1. .; .
I that the vcrflirt of avail id Is fo
RUt didnot bns Jack
was no rt-trr to the I or inifnnnce etjdf vorinf
.
I t I '
J. and! in 1S02 i""i' ; '.'; :" :1' : : !, .
n e1\C fle :!Il'JIIVil. ;
hns they are cast into )rjflfl. The Kin: of uiattci H-t forth iii the in.Jictmont I JJ. ; -. -.-. .._.._..._...._--- LT .'" t to Peii&HCida and pass for a free man. Apt
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.. Spain is said t.. have oiven; Don Mijrucl an l>v our I\V.t-liintoii! i\ctli.it the} I, A uMiia i; v\fil It j not leccMVf Coiit: : dOArmlddt i il -.K- r'.-ri1iiif cald boy, fecuring Iiim in j
.
pni.ers vept-n t '
nt l i.y Sweden.; I I1i'u'r | Jail mid giving ra.- notice, stall be rewarded for
tint iii of .A.heit
r., ursnrc cav need the L'Irrio.! C for; fhc! nitcd States had I IU
<> \- n ov '! for a venirefnrii'f t pq-x---R ; ; : :'11. ;, f. "ol' f'1"It'h ,lft1" ( trouble. .
. { r<: ihrte grades ef f:,r 'iiti Minisj;! j .. -
f -Biuhj'jz i shrill enter Portugal to supportLrtiat | t tI. rtiirc li-'llv!! frt iud ctnient : thi.! irotio'.i: tiu! ; k i,: :.;.,: I r *.\'I". .'.'i t*/t '-\"iil 10 i..4.: HI I Thompson Hemphill. 14
r h", z, (iis.nHgllil'lted! by tile i;<:innfr nf ll:"-Jrviu .... *
F him. I >tb vncThcC'inirtlnsirdered! Jury / II Jl1" .- 'S.' t .;. A., 4,11( ,.Ia B _... .-, ... _.. -. .
n. < : ; a ,.'-., :.... hud Ih' ... ;,.,_. v.oor. ;I .ww 1. -. I
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ofalri'frjron Lisbon, fifitni to !W i.npaTinellen; i in the C>:.WO case, thy had wic(;<:cded ', \ < ''i they Jire 'TttitIeI.I ; j l .N U l. 1', A"II"";t 9rh. ;'13 g.- S-31 '. '. "
"The' defiils rctin.1! I I 1.11'1\1 ::a. I'i :'. ,n ,'id I I'.IJflt'S Inle .
: tilaif n.- following ; in rlrven 3urore, we qUI' on niufii r : j I't i't .y of .
iM'ocurmp very
\ The fir i pfido of Minis'ers! i* cnmpesed Kailv: Co-ji.* and -'ui-- i.i(; i'i" '!'.' : !..,I.- .iosAI1,7':
to the executions at Oporto, present a .'l-I! whether thovill; h" nhle lo..liiid: indnidu-ils enough I Ii
Si'.t'j
i I ot tho.se who represent te! orSuv.r'izu IVVl'IJ
ancholv inf' C'st. On the 7 h. two i the !Di.-trirt Coliuubin to I form A- GomA 8eco\\\\- nae1i
in( : a c:>::ipetsnt Jury, i
ihat sends I them I and tlx\t h.\ e :iriim .,
)
I
erncfd in the midst of the New Plocc. I Adm ;,:ittator.
the and e'prcdi1 of cri } i.1t !
were as forming ; ( 1'1I touchinptiio ): to; aH l the iuniors IIIM their foistitui'iitvould WITH H\KNES3 COMPLETE ; .1Q
illh. :
Allthe--h'ljiN wero clofed, hut the Commisfjrv { 1!innocc.nccof Dr..'Li i is a cood and "iilli- ) !I.l Miled:( to-weie he prtscut. 'I h"s I ;ir-h..--(Ist-.-:. --...-t. _ _ _ ,I :, ..n :1 FIRSTRATEGIGHORSE.

of police compelled the occupiers toen'"i l"if'ut ca.i" Orth\ln":1. \ri
.no, ;
.. tln'in, 'a'lioin} coivsequon;o were r.forcedjptfCtitosofthe' Th? 1 f'.Hnwinp; !leller WJL-: prrdurn! tV- trial "f.y I I IMr I, 1.". Tli"! r ,1111"; '> L'gaf'-c or uc' kten. y .1 t iE' I Ivv1 -i

horrid spectacle.I t ire ex- i .)utl,ar l, which etabli.hcs fir.. \VV. guilt be-j i i.d. The' prspf's Ai ,/f/P. : ,

rcutinn occ'ipied! about four hour- Tit you:1 a .l-itibt.. I! ".; 1..r. _' ',. !
; :3-i.: M'iMers sentith diP thnracter of{ t. ViVY :
victims; mounted hc scam1Jh; firmness, :j PHIL.HH'LPHU.Jly 1 162I!> I / tt.,(:.\.''(, Ir". I '
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2. : .
After hud been |jttflji.; '.hcir} heads !I II 0:10:1 ,'nd Jonl' I : \ W. Hasell Hunt. b.aroltl.
they : I pel haps on you ; myworthy I I r i I. ?Iimjsiers: of tlif, second jjrnde: do not i .
Tttre cut off. Two of the herids v.-ore .fh 'Il i anil honored Sir i dereti.ls! ihe future i{i : .c 0'1' t.l'o1l'.hhi. }i"pr'nOI'1' \ ihe n-imp of ii ... 7ih Anpust. 1829-28-3t. tO
I J p : pres.eit: ih.'ir Sit', or UVt.It'lgU, (nidu'd ;; C."ltlt', I-"I"II',' ) ""H" t.re-i put in ,:>:.111:-' placed 1 on the (lop of the rihbii, md fTIt'I I peace or htstin; misery of ni iimovcjif, C.':- i none: I I'tii \\.t\ I"c of the fust i {jiade i ;) they i iIIi4ig 10 nlI: sail I Iii" ":IIIt! :.'e :

put up in the Pl.ico de la Coderio ; | Cellent wit:. and ten t'hi fln'I:. TJieir h:,.'- I(c are or.'v chargee! \t'J i>irry on iu thr n..nu o!!| al'pl 10 llrSHAL'S SALE.

? ofilccrs were enL to Forn Foz, Aveir.i; &. I I;I bauds: ;md father appeals to your nircv to 'h. i ir ::m errinent: all!l m cr>t: 'lions bl'twecllj A ml re vv )Iitc1w1l.I Julia L'ronc1uzm. .

Coirebra, where thry are t;) !Ii i* fixed on. I I''save I not himself, but then1 from :slnne:; ;::iicontumely. t i iif two ro'ujtries. Of I ihis ntuiiber are P"I.ror:1. !'I" I .Ih.. IS'29-24---t. ; "'. I I .. *
. I --.- -. ZWII Pliilps, Adminitrator !t EXECUTIO' Olf VL"
Pst", :m') remain till they mi destroyed by i i Driven to dospention fit time-. 1,1. 'j''q'! Ilrvt/ and "'
ztraordiiiary .\ 'J IV I iv-'h.) iJimtph 'Philips, dictated, f CRXE IS CU.L'\cz
: tini-r. Four prhc .ierscon-lenrifd to he sent I }hV tlie embarrassments in which his JH.rI Jli.if-fa .. .
I wd the \
I Plenipotentiury. HE (ofart..i : ijl; ;i.i.ti.f..r.' f'xj..ting unr.U ,, vnkrtmrnJiiiTsvJsail J '
to tiio
. at tiie 'evecuuon, andvhen} i it 'vji U\f T tlioy I every liilC't'trce( exhli.:;erf. i ir.I ;'e:oiti-1! I [I" .'?i itl. 'fh.l'upc's! Intci ntincLf.j !I Ii. 1.1 Iis; '!i'Y ( >., h.I I Tl(>*" 1 :''nig dcinaii jg .N 'ill""uf\\\litonecutioft.oml"direc'edbf' .'

were mule: to \v.Jk! thrice round the! oflici'il! Authority to raise fuiu'-' ., v ;iiiri: h.mn i:- j:: HI. Min:: ters of the lliiid differ I I ;1'raii 1 hid Fi"mlI! |I.t..a>p prr"fr.t Ihf"h-It i i(1IIre iil.leclI..oI i iunnecft'iirv a.tli*- Hun. Suoeiior Court for the Western Dis- i
j > grade I tiitt i>f Fbi i.t.. I \,iI; lell! at Public Auction altbtplnreof ;
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in-
M. flint those
lo !
fj(1! A simU! : r sr.'n IHHJ: '-oshortly (' :pC'tP.f) I w confer pariiiiilj
I a by settling "
to take pl.ic.1; at Lisbon! ;a.> 17 officers in no lo'.s; either to the putilic or to Hdj'', !id-! nonial oS'lhcit ice .ption, and in the con uj-I ttieii cuuiiss. j 1st. DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 1

amonji whom 4' s'tiJ t;> I hp general Clau- I ulFate has decreed it otlIJlwiwi, i :
; "Ti.n attaclipd iheir
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: to I SIJ'MIMI. They P. Ian33
title
may fciunoy: ; : 11""t. :H 12 o f !orK. \Lnll the right, and ir.'e-
dino, and the (.''Mint nV SuiM'rr.ihave! be'-n tho-; .i .''iu,tvln m he frr.ij'iit ;q"1! ;!
t co)'l cmnq , 'I The b".i..t'4,11| i., f'tMir \>f .ducfl"J hy liplit I lilltniii iutt'rr.al oT othc"i.,tK. unlaoe., Pin -
the nrl fewer than
capital, : yesterday: no 80 of his Mood: Invu and
trinmpivd. !
drop novirfnnple /d. IJini'iff'rwrl'
rrAjfaircs.
I Siiuu,': Halcs \.l:, Kevps Ins 1111 II l ''Od suq.ply I of tf.r laid Jr.srph Philips in said bilr complaint .
prisoners arriveu lure from 0 tcr-t ,." ( iij-.eu the'C-n'1 my vliom'; ::u'.io ilrm ;ti)i I :r d. Charge if Afi'tirLs.Tiio \ _.....,..,... .. \u?ut ]1'Jtli.2S*-:?;f. : am! ,!erree roentioued. in and to the followiMjftrnrls

The Ccxr.f'Lifioxc.l IMS the following! article Ml'r: ::. they! Jintod and lenrtd. 1 lie is hi-ir I : cerenioiiidl 10 \% hig II Charge Sjfi MK.- BL'JCMIn- -- -ihe- I'c'hit.d! G-*/.-MI' aaoJer : of land, t. Yo it ;-One uodivided half of a trad

- relative t, the departure of thv King of in tlie )jirinds of'il'C Mar.-li! <.; i'. niisyU.ii.-irt; !; j' CS may !"f eiitulrd! i i. not fiju/il ; it depends I I 1 rl..t" t;' iW! ili( ) of .1 Ini"* Mist tii'-ie uj'jipjii'ptl a vprv I of Land 01 400arpensniluatnl about n mile N. E," of "

Sirdim;' from Gem: fjriples.' "A. GtlC&- on ;1 rnrrhia chnrtre-hvy.-.s un his v.ty t :' t I j'pon die tsrc of the evrrfl courts, or go- I, pUI\ t'I'< notice IPUh1 I.P! fn i's ir<'liuic Rpd
and Pensacola and If. W.
1 d..tr.'" t.. nip. i\.d .r u" 'IrIHHur. of I'ro" li,'. : K. S liy tli . tI'rU4' the 'itc'-t impo/tance to Franco: is, \V;injfon: vvhere; his 11Ii:1. : .:; a: ::':: fJl1! .,'. i vernnients! ill which! they} iri-irJo ; thcv have twit KL >. !II.| A, jour t.\z"ue rircul.'UiT.I -* I \\ t>_\ lh- Bayou Texar, "' clume oftM b.orc. *." .

, whether r,3 stall: suffer Austria to establish trei'.il iiii'!I ly r\pectinn 1.Jlr'. i, in: credential IrtlPr for lit<; i oveiei''i* or tht t.:tug I'I.t.1 I... T.rt irlry' nli t.: luirt- and Lu r. I Tvo hiii
. hcist'lf q-jiotly: :nd prrn ncn'lv along .v-0: The (:;-.,' -ed P"tp," './iii tw' flJYO't I i i'f.d; oftln- { n\rpn.l'o', aurt are. only acce- : ,ii'i r ..1'{ '. .t r:...'.\ composition ma not !If" as .miles more or lem, N. .E. from Peniacola and a.h .

lenses of oar frontiers, from ihe mouth oft 'nai'J s:! ve that: family\ JVt-.n wit :'i :oednes-; ;'ndjdegradution. : ilm-f! by a !letter to the I'cr"fry! of State, I well kii'ivi: H\ In- is in lie! 9iate" A.i''nnrH! ,:;l out 4 mile horn the raoulK Ravou Trsnr. th the

Var 10 (;enevl ; wheth.r we shall siiffcfthiforce ; It iV i.e, copy of ihe f vil.ution ,;'.- or rliiiff of'I I tbp D pal irnient of Foreicn IteIqtioiis I LOlli"lar.II; \1"'hcit.ui.! "iVnm'Ssee ami Ionaucki'i \. Ii ; iliieciion East r.f the east! bank thereof and o*, j 0I
: known
name
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bank of the Crerk. the
t 1 i ti-f it8Stu) ".1.) I .I't'eilinn in I he mnnnei ( il Ij ; I Iwlilc I by
' and i ir.dcpr.i-lencc of the kingdom to }, forced fro'm him: at Costji .nd) ;;4i ;iieied : we mest not, however, coirfoimd) I ; II 01 iv. 10 .tl'III.I'i| ) ( (''1'1. upper's cerliHraie Indian Pot s
bt .mitt.:n to the heir .The crown of Sax- to :'1'. Harris te: Aiie.it. lie i'orlhv.illisent \ ; 'I!.rn wish 1 the Charge I d'Aflfitirrs ad inteiimj I whtifin I |Jln ii> a f..Uh:>oil "n him in rIle iitsfi U'cst-on nil other sides by nClRt..loIl1.b. The

dim; i belongs of ri 1 I.i< ('I'Ite Hirai11 me for Mjing toi r first mcDtionrd tract was :origjnalfy granted by ._

I after th:' death! of the presen' King;' Vill receive: it. by this diy'- nnil.: Contradict I I by t their :Minister at his departure. 't exli.rt!)itt from K t-'utr.I('""pl.f\lp CI'I intk iij', *>r h:'IritlU Incliose'111-lo vulgar yppnk I I IMini :: Planted Morales by to Manuel Morales Gonzalez'o John B.in Alexanrtro 1807-the in last ISO wa?*! .

the late Kin his brother having left o'nl it, and the family: of the wretched bciuir i 'J'he relative! rank that nach foreign Minister Eiettitibft .
I
?, ,yJausliteis. I Jof 11' I'' :iu lust pu VH(IuI': -1 hU I.U.'DU noiice. I They have btcn. leu'ed ou tt .alilfYlaill .
The ritrht of the Prince do Carijuan whom you orlcv hohored with the name of'j} is entitled to in tIlt country where h: 1:1! i in I'P! unri'' : rl.II:!ipi nr.il l I'f' cut uuluc.t )>rookcmf !I and cosis. '

. was rccoghized! by a formal article of friend, will live henceforth in ignominy and rt'sidr's, strange as tt may appcir to us plaid i : II r'-irtli.itr. I Ho know he :< irretjiotiiihlf.i A' Gordon,

, declaration nt the Congress.. of Vienna. disgrace.. Confirm if, and they are saved. I Ilt'pnhlicans, bas been a ntatier of gieat courovery :j !b.'Ciiii cveltiuI f I IK riil I. "un"an'lin lint as a I ppuilrm.ui\\iil: n.:' descend!; nnd the to lawi hii4 JlIarshai. ?

: The present Kn wishes to have the crown* The "papers: referred to weio mislaid or ; i h was, howeier, finally .settled: tfrill i t'.: t'i .nrh a I li'Ciir hidlCJut1' rH' :.18 ('a'wi MARSHAL'S OFFICE.

L pass to the husband of the eldest of his nie- I lost during you: long ilihtj.-s and absence Congress of the allied- Powers assembled i W"I t. ".litIMiid of U's d..l.tl p I..I. Tl-p |>t'i>iif l lIej"IIt".lI1g '- : re.isac."la. 6.. -'U9f. 1S29 S J..rr

c-s, who ;H the Austrian Archduke Franc?, : from the office."-p Ciorl-he can write no I at Vienna in 1815. that each member ol I t to Io! wif.'i our jirivafilifliMriio*-*, 111111 NOTICE.ALL '
i Comt and of hi' ownv'hi, < will' ikubtd.'u. .
Jury r nu
Duke of Modein. He is willing to abdi- more-the 1 I o'I.!rer is at liis elbow to carry the Diplomatic body should :take rank murl2dc his .
.. I Hl I out r fii lLd;ut4t'ui Ju li.'f t us !I..lllh-J did IiI I person indebted to Major Byrd C Will' '
oute in order to.srivq it to him ; and whilst I him to \, a.!I'T;; I* to ?I rs. W. IH the. court or govern nirut to which I tit first intend In ii-.ikc in'n niticlc so tong, l bat slave.hiie are earnvstl/ requested to ake 0

1 the Prince de C; rign p is jot rid of, by be- I under rover to her son, W. H. W. at the ha is Hcciedhed&ccordiirg 10 .(lle date of! cuiilu not mute it wire lii "( and :.pai4t iZllin that iiuuicdute' payment to fr

.. i- s'r.t to Sardinia, the Kin embarks at B ram h Brink, ashingtG1l-1I1akc her happy the oiiicial uotificatioa o! lti. AITIVH), wiiicliarrAngemciit i I i would not hair ,..oli.'dofr Hii!\..ll at hi!, if hi* John Jfcrfison, \

.1. Goruia to aitpu'l a Cuugre ? of Italian Princes anil may the all-powerful! to ;))lcss' and has beorv tacitljr accpiiesced in ; sl.ui.'lers: .haft brr:1: Vto"nn1oIIt.1 Tfi..! i.} a cumatI3 where Agentfor B. Ct 1Vil1;;
. j iiH i i.on. h lno II. hr l poison 01 his It.&teue; ',.
Th is iniquity the of Austria n fSi5tCEL Uy all .oihcr .Ni.tiuu- ; _. 00. PArsusU1T',. .
I re on part prosper -ou. c: rrirhith it its. aWn m:i f':p .. Prnarolci AvisitO JR2Q.

: in m-lcavorin to deprive the Prince: de .. Box.. L. STTr.n.'ftnon. I The Secretary of Embassy;or i'fL-ani ii.T\ AuiOIul.JA.l- ii-' )... r
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*1 Ctrjain of a .:/'JWn to which she ins ,10riiut l ., INcvr J t r<''y. I I i is 'aider the orders of tke Minister; he i\ Fashionnbi'e SUMMER CLOTHING just

.1 nd which blon to that Prince by' T.) ttl:il;* letter Mt. rWthard 'rep'i-t': "that it pore !only appoi d ttt Missiins'W ri>e first niu1 i I I riTtif1. rr.il ifeclarr, iliai IVijr.h nf"Ol1-\ OF: arrived and fur a1 If'1! the LFnderiijucO,

:1 hin tridJt. T;I TO Is In this ;project, a \'iub-l l.inen.t., that he cyuld nut coofirni tLc! e-xplaimtio'1 :i second grUile ; hi, prr-Aon. j isrinvioidblH[ H\d J .i1410l r.fver (,d lid l l.y liP Cilbcit uuiu)
t I hum qt('h.. i.:;/. of ;K'pA i im lCV. an audncity, ,! which Dr. \\ tkius bad made. He <-xprr.ciid puf ii!>lifii in the P"uo.14'oJ< IJ'ack. Broviu, and Green Bombaaeeo

vi :: t con ojjj j': of Friuce, at which \vi fet'll| n'/:cr that he chduld have pared hhn-clf z'ttlch a .I I,'inrstPr, lecuuse ()i his ii'n- public charac- I I C; tz.t'i' Rill: l'Iori.1"hl'nispr \in' t'r date of !I' and Frock Coats

I in ti.ni m:, :-uui which c in only be accounted i frlarinc. "situation and ignoraul a* J.e v. a\C of the prc- te> as viell as on Hccoint of Ii is being attaci i 2ttlu Jimc Inl-In Ui"l.ri or :uvernlt..r 19 : Coitc9 .
\ (.it IJIiikciy! : Atabnmft! ) Mr. Mor.isoine str.i* til I \t'pr\\\ C'ncasainii, and French Linen da. with ftr.riefy
my
) for bv *.h'.' ex'.rome. v-knvss; of our 1-ite nn.l I echanictar ,6f the allegitions again: him, Mr. d to tin suite of the Miiriate.r. j, "
lip,-'iitp jwirst >.( mitics for Uu!*:ciS ] lc clII liil"iI! ; o* .
, our present Ministor: .i H".s not tho mo-l|I Soutliarii aid it ;.rsv qut f hi! power to cay more A CopsTtl cannot b considered: Diplomatic of the iind WHS that if he would -Jiver bv t'IP : AN'1'Ar.6oNS &'VSWS.

men* :arrived for it to bf siznific'd jdainly to I: than that, when! caUed, upon to give testimony, he 4gcnt ; he does not etjoy tin! privileges :- I Crt of tiie (%Jtil'; : Ajnil or tlierraffouu. thiify .

Austria: that France wlshe* fr the execution I i-luw'.d! ;ive it with! a. rtrict regard to truth, as far as of such ; he has no credential letter ; |I nudes to11.. Mill )i\'ing in 3lakev (,"''a.) avd''i suitable for the 10"8100.' ,,. __ .
of the article of the declaration of il hi recollection! would\ .. ho the 1 ppent fM' bquin iMlliinan iCo. of N" v.Yik. ; i iiI |I While; and BounIrpnch! Imen. driIin3cC&tIGhu. ty J1
>eVienn.i ; permit j is only bearer cf a provisions! letter I ftuuibazeen an'd .
; '&.ul&t setilc 01 liquidate A (.-hl of:.-,:(\ owmr by Grass, fancy f. 'to
: Congress, \vhich} sClU"e's tl'c crown Tile whole of ilr. Southard't; conduct in thi* matter and hri c;n only act ii his official capacity, JMSf'l' :o lUem for wich!: they had ol.uined n I' JACKETS/ '- .

cf mlinl-i to the Prince .ce Car gn1u 1 and I I has been spoken of as manly] and highly honora ai'ter havirg obtaincdan exequatur or coiilir jiids 'mc"t, othtMwive li'uor.'j.; ;MJ o''!M;atton for -

if the inswar l be n-jt clear and 'stticr1ctorj': i f ble. matifin: of his appoinneut! /from the governmentof 'S 200 to rcmnin IH full tore" neainst lluifell hilt 'i I Tine, plain! anrt frilled l.nco.shirts. ; Black Ita!-' .
his secnriiies. The mules never vrrrv deirreu! ; MII cravats and siotl-s ; ,ilk pocket hundkerchieff
should not Frncetakearinand fi ht.-1 Xe- i tho where he is reside. I j I
u7s. conotiy to mid I heard no more of the matter until a year or i silk and) cotton Hi'sierJ ; btdrrfk liorsskin.. Bearer
Ter could a more just cause for ,Var }pcscnt'itself. 'i j! Sailing of the Ship Hornet. Consuls to the Powers of Barbary fortti'HnHxception iwo ufierwards hen Mr. Montgomery i..r.lmedI I I and I.noii ploy'f ; lIill, cettoo ana worsted . i

France would fall i into con'.feinptJUnorm ;I This beuutiful Ship dropped down to the ] *avy and are the only ones that are I mf il-.Hf he hir.inipdi\ ? irv_ on Rus5i:il><. fdiline to ;]) jif n.Iers ; hhrk, while and seal hits., of fine .
the nations., if she were to tolerate ] Yard on Sunday lat, and xailcd ycsterdavon a"rnj7.I accredit} and Veated as Ministers. I j t'u'livcr ili mules! all!. time set l t.,ili tie tfie oU'iga- tifi: nit Jatc-st fashion, with a encraSupp7! of .. _(

that by a work of iniquity! ; Ati tri should! ,! CommoUore Ridlfely's broad pennant lua been hoi-t The public Mni&tcrs ofihe United Stntcs i ilion I ., l."nn !1It'd l by tP i jent cf Squi.r Silliin.m: ; I rTl BOOTS.AXD .
( S-C tr ilie $::1 200a sd ejjitCUd; to have it tojviy: *
hem in 80 of frontiers :I ed on board the U. 8. Schooner Srmr, Lt.Cominandairt have gpiierally! b, of : Il .l
long .
us a letgucs our pu men great ability. Thc n.I I P.me I him he told nn* thai h.; hndcoinpionreed .dii' .

nnd that the Imperial battalions', hated-On i, "'ellh. We haVe been politely favored by Franklin end Jeierson would do honor to with! Mr. Mills for $ 1500 hut aflerwaids SHOES*; '

this side of the Alps, should threaten. oUr_sc- an Officer on.board,\vitli the following list Officers any age and to aUJ country. Thu know- informed ine thai h? uUiraatrly paid something J. O'Neile. f
over $ltiOO in conji-quence of cost, interest Iepp.n
Cuify and independence."._ cfthe ledge requisite tor Ole i i. not,-however, io he L ui .
Hornst.I &c. observing that lie had snfd Ru
    ian4.HiiJ 3.cohM y I2h, 1829.-14tf. 1h
    ist Officers. 1 acquired by iniuitioj; ; -\1kp. every other if In did not rurcoed in.heinj rrimbuiRed that -
    tdTt = f Byrlikux4t1t .Mv. gin g the OTHO N tI' Ks .Comvuimdrr. it woulJ claim! of ij the half' had :
    .UH wjtg iiuucfc 01 LI1V' \tUlt'.nu\J IIlrtl- J knowledge, is.onjy to be .oJ/xajaed i>y sucy he e aUf "f wlint.iie 'W5. r
    kct. Business is dull. ''J'UIl 'Lieuna.nt-uuuel 11. ALirkey. Je. so Saitfj, and expericnco; and .it must be, admitted, paid Hiid not lie fcne half ofihe.priginat. ; debt HI
    very Urondv 4- in :, John L. Thomas, John L. Hruniltoii.j : that Hnssf'1.! i.>. the latter p.iif of his notice amer!*.- i OFFICE' .!
    pipes, 210 fro tho 450 litres-3.-6, 56 at 57 j Sailing Master.-Hdw'd. Sehcnnerlioryu..uro4.Wm. occasionally, blunders luve been corn- oljseuied if he gust iiothinj front.1'.11'. Russell in the _, AT THIS .

    the hoct ; Red Wino (the bC'rrcl.of2241it.) I|j Briclunore. milted by i'jnornnuandiiuumjetoui! persons.New end 1 v/ould not hesitate i to pay .tbpnnr, half paid by AN intelligent and active Boyas an cppren. tr
    32 a 34. A letter from the :J Yor!;, June, J829! him on the com rorni p with Mr. Mills. We have .
    department of
    the :. .Purser,-I'obert Potteuger. Iiad frequent conversation on this subject liivoe, RI !trP.tn ih'! Prinitntt.u..inp I. t-

    run,Var and we sap begin, "Our to cellars be anxious arc almost to sell all i;I! SurgMn' 'att-Jobn Whitehill. J urlge Story, of MussachmetJi, l hiiannoimced eenI j.'iu none clr.'m;"f which any HH.IC his!Mr..ot Montgomery me in the.eveut) ever of prrlrtidedj hi*. not A }large supply of Job type l bitS :

    The first Mds/iipnwn.-James A" For yth, Riche R. Swift.: in some q. ,}\ >3ition an'y tl'ine Irom Rf.i.li. !hut ihe half of whai received .
    Gnalitit"s.are easily got for 35 a 34 .I ,: papers 1, :t'IlI.m; just; been. at tin's Office nand
    bontc Edwin Laub, Gustaviw R. A. .Brooke, Samuels.Wn as mi candidate for the Vice 'Presidency, in lie paid M'. Mill and ha tlHWn' me i'OhIC'.-r* in
    about I
    fr, Il. ( 8 millions milelor.i and ru
    ) I
    infcriofor 30fr. The ?hin on. Richard I* Tilghman, CLarle* A. r 011. conjunction uith Mr. Clay is a" nan'didate i proof thai hn had pni.i the cic f Jon nnrp'f till! I IIt' Blanks! of every description i!jtecntedin -

    vines show a goody71pcl.'i net U!. for the Presidency. The Boston Ad- t'I I !Know that the suit for fur recovery of this It.ltl j jfiom j the best manneratOr'eons N i
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    fttQr Daily.
    I J I I Rnsse!! bag act yet bi.rn tKrinin/4! or 6uI111J :
    : vrrticvr. however, says, ?'J& ::3r !U' kuo'vn "l; ;M. currnn price ., yd'

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    DIO ewes washing some cabbages and j Coroners. SALE
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    approach said, "if you Many lives have been sacrificed which I. A
    POETICAL. seeing Aristippu
    would i might have been restored from a prevailing I n TRACT of land, ootuc East side of the Eo.J Qflt
    t LT knew how to live upon cabbage, you cambia River, coutaimug COLUMBIAN t
    "And if opinion concerning the impropriety of meddling
    1 not court to Kings. you, rc- SYRilk'A
    pay
    , t "knew how to live: with with a body without the permission of! all \ nBM DY ,,111h hili I'roYed .
    plied Aristippus, 800 I, ,
    ] 5.
    ]tho Coroner. : a dm II or any of the P.tl"e
    would not wish cabb.:gc.s. of the foil I,,. 1'--
    tt Kings, you % \OUtgo riK ares, .J2. 1UI'IIe
    t : Opinion of all eminent special' adc r. ::t: A :tbl\.S. NECROSIS: : (or affection( of'tlaebo"
    A particular old gentlcmnnof the name of "It is nisdemcanor to prevent the Coro- EVIL, (or 3tR: FULA,) W>rtTa -')

    B Hair, received a letter from one who did ,ner from wing his duty. But the meddlingwith i '. .i i tint keen confirmed by the C onunitttun ''. CA>CEROUS. and invrteiate g wtL I

    t not know how to spell his name exactly, and a abodr, for the purpose of restoring life, .'wart, ra on and the i is River.supposed Four to or be Five the hundred most valuable! LIVER and BILIOUS COMPLAINT ULC E:i

    i directed the letter to Mr. Hare ; the teller. i is not a traJ grcs ion of the law, nor do I I it, arc rich cane ami, with a Cue ridge aucsof, over RHEUMATIC affections oHhe '

    II! The Yankee in New York.A was returned by thq former as an insult, with. know an} statute by which such an act is which a large creek! descends! into the River. This generally ; .btld""'I

    ! the remark "that he had seen too much ot prohibited The Coroner should be calledj '! Creek furnishes the finest site for a Saw Mill, per ULCERS of the MOUTH and
    TURa
    t Yankee late from Boston came, the world to be made game of." j in as soontis[ it is evident that the body is haps in West* Florid, with water sufficient to drive SYPHILIS, and all other diseases
    three saw, Liiist Mill
    u To view this won d'rous city, I" dead." Shingle-cutter, and Cot improper of MEfCURYb
    I rou-gto. In the Vicinity are large forests of rnlua-
    I Andmone may sure the(Yankee blame, A Lady was presiding one evening at a Absolute, not apparent death Jc ho.-.. ]orulncdnona. uatjzatjon t8 the Navy Yard and As a general depurative article or ci.r. .
    'Tia all BO clcau and DrpttV.J card table; WhAP her ruffles caught fire of meant." f hllrrlnw} 'wjPit Y.JlO i scrt ,nvabaly
    It is believed that this property furnishes the of the s\in
    feflVct depriving of that
    J Down his the candle. Lord Lyttletin, intending to must eligible situation for a man of enterprise, in tint, which is 10 cosnotou in bilious ltUo,.
    Pearl Street Isaac: shared Course, co
    : L be witty on the accident, said, he did think CLOTIiIIIA the Southern Country. J. ALBRIo
    4 t. i t (Mouth gaping wide with wonder,) her ladyship so apt to take fire. "Nor am \ ., For further particular and turns, apply to I .

    .ta .:" Thinking which wa the greatest curse, I, my Lord, from such a spark as yon," she HATS, AND S HOES.H W. Hascll Hunt.Pen The proprietor, in offering his'. : < J, .

    " A city could fall under. replied. --- .nco1 28th Jnlr. 1229-" ...4t.DB.ANDY SYRUP" to the public, furnishes a fe"-or..
    :I 3.0'NEILE remarkable cures, performed by the .
    that
    i I tVas told! to Lord Chesterfield l&attla
    While busied with such thoughts octhe c, : mouy of its saperior remedial powers,tin
    W. and scold : AS received a fai'aienable assortment of '''
    Mrs. a termagant: was nwried just bv respectable persons eliding ia { !
    l Thoughts dear to a Yankee rover, cli1tltlt
    I ,- to a gamester. His Lordship said, Winter and Spitng \\'ilae &c. of the United States, as a just merit..p
    A flog,just featling on some peace, that Cards and Brimstone made the best cDL: < 1OOUrJ( i; same, as well as being the means or tow'

    ., lie tumbled headlong over. MGt tfJ. > } SUPERIOR London Dock Brandy, their fellow creature who are similatl) llitiI.\.

    r PREVENTION OF DEATH.The which he offers for sde low for Lash, 3 .' Oierantte ditto sure, speedy: and effectual remedy--s."" ....:
    Recovering from the'bhock, he rose, do. many medicines are at this time dtstrt btttd'
    AMONG WHICH ARE Cognac(,
    N following' cautions and observations, ; the country held form to cure dUeittT
    Wines
    Old Madeira I
    Chock full" of .
    i trepidationRubb'd designed to from death Black, blue Mown and olive dress and frock su- Old do. which tney have lot the slightest inflaea 3.
    : .' presure premature Sherry
    down his shins and brushed hid clothes: ,
    1 I of which had tried
    perfine clothCOA7S they previous to the.
    from drowning,lightning, cold, heat, noxious Old Irish Whiskey, 5th Proof, I i ..,
    Then swore retaliation. Isyr"p, 11& may be seen: by their own a attest
    PAIXTTALOOWTS: BYVanbaun >
    : SALE
    FOR
    vapours, apoplexy, &c., arc copied from the & The medicine so highly reputed by 101It1f !

    Help! help !" full loud'the Yankee cry'd, "Pocket Companion," published in 1816, .ns up cord, cas&iiet, .:il'iq, and c'ucaisiau do. and Wilson. physician for. the cure of various dueaitsM\\

    \ (A Yankee's "up to" bawling) by the "llo.lll. Humane Society, for the recovery i 17ESTS PensacoU, Uih, November 1828'NOTICE. the the medical proprietors faculty own were knowledge induced! ten to lenti try j it ,b lid}

    "A Hog! A Hog! I'll tan his hide," ofthe apparently drowned or dead, plain black and figned silk velvet% valentia tnili- eases, to which they themselves had beta lotCJ
    I
    For help he still kept calling. a copy of which has been kindly handed us net, fancy and plain silk, blue a.d black: cloth and found great benefit from its use; one vM

    by a gentleman of this town. This Society, With a variety' of n.L persons who have any demands against IArly, residing in Allentown N. J. whose data

    I t .'length appeared a man in spiv, since its establishment in 1754 to 1818, had. ROUIND JACKETS, the Estate of Thomas R. Bloom, deceased was threatened by a severe attack of In""
    which had resisted
    plaint, previously hisi
    With like Hercules rescued from death thousand ate hereby called upon to present them to the tindersigned "
    four
    i cudgel apparent Fine fiil'd Ind plain lush linen ment, was io the course of a few weeks
    { I Demanding what the Yankee meant, and eighty seven persons, and rewarded up- SHIRTS : to all creditors. without and delay persons; and uotice entitled is hereby to dt3trihu.liou giv"en to the enjoyment of perfect health, ;

    By such d-d cries as these. wards of 18,500 claimants. will The accounts which have been recmriJhli
    duck, duck. colt- "' iflll< flannel l do. that their claims and demands be barred
    ia different of the
    I' C\l'TflI agents parts Unionlpq1iDc
    unless exhibited two years from the 27th
    *' What mean" said Isaac, with grin, 1. Never be held by the feet. DIlA WEBS.UII. April 162'J. the good effects produced by syrup, i ancient
    T-.... *Ut ;- -. .-? _..Jow up L_, _0 .. -' :U.. "Q.\1r.TQ, O. 'V. Barhlcy, to compile at this time an octavo vol_d
    1 Q.ick to the pond"to put him in, aiid fancy: do. upwards of two hundred paves to tauroeruti
    I Then go and tell the Mayor.\ rough usage. Silk handkerchiefs plain. G'oxes "lloilfrj: striped Sftj- AtCy. in fact for the Legal Representative.Pensacola. the cares.
    t' 3. Avoid frictions 7(11sait or spirits in penders Hats and June 20th, 1829-21-8t. I The doses of the Columbian Syrup,"utjj

    t Curso on thy Yankee wooden head," all cases of apparent death.RESTORATION I ciously proportioned, and adapted to the in\116
    IT LIFE. strength of the human system. It is so pe
    i III Cried out the man quite witty, What thou does/-do quickly.; At ) CORN, OATS, BAY ; innocent, that no evil efiects nerd: be apple
    ; Did'st thou not know that Hogs halo hero from it, when taken agreeably to the dirttt
    f, The f reedom cfthc City. THE DROWNED. SHOES & c. 1 SHE Subscriber hat received, per recent arrivals lit may be given without any appreheotiomost a ttfc llt.
    0 1. Convey carefully the body with the I With Domestic and Pirn (foods.Pensacoln and offers for sale lender infant or feeble adult

    f i VIRTUE.: head and shouldeis raised, to the nearest con Fet,uMrv 7. 1529atf.CIRCULAR.; 1000 bushel Mr:=IU.L RtCOnMEJJPATOBTBavin rOTtCItI
    Country Corn
    venient house. j .* recommended the use of J. flbr
    Ah, why should: virtue dread tie frowns of titr 100 bales best Philadelphia I I *' CotUMBlAX SYltO?" in my own private '_ 1I
    Hers what no wealth can win no pow'rcirat, 2. Sttip and dry the body ; clean: the I quality for nearly tw years end having witncrxdia t. aitt'" j jcidcd

    A world by inpm'ry's: ceasc-lc.! } *=uii.-hineJMeM, mouth and nostrils.: DEPARTMENT or STATE, t Hay, j I efficacy in many cases which tadprt110]

    The Lome of happiness-411 honest bretM. 0. Place yountr children botw een two pc 1'- Patent Office, June 29, 1529. fALL I 50 Sacks do Oats, \. resisted the usual remedies. I norwith much pij,
    sure give my testimony in its favour,.and will MkJ
    Foils in a warm bed. prisons 'li. business with the Patent
    tvnig 20 Small Kegs extra quality a few of the most remarkable cares: perforacj W .
    CUSTOM. 1. An adult. Lay the body on a blanket are quested to diiect then roiDtnunifni ,- the sace which cam? under my nelice i,

    Mankind in herds, through forro of clI -:cm, ;tray! or bed, in a warm chamber in winter.( TUbe ,ni (u the Supeii'itriideirf of that 0 flier, inm..d Butter, j Mr John IIincMe's son, of Abington !onQf.It|
    of the S
    of the latter mode
    Stare
    Mislead each other into r'rror': way; cxpoocd! } to the sun in Summer. j I i tll'ndc'd crciary with cyiisuJr.ihliMncciii'1'iiifive Hila is briiij;<>nunsk. -- 10 Kegs Leaf Lard, I j l (Montgomery CGuuty, Pa. of ulceratioaofthinwrtf.

    i Pursue the road, forgetful of the- r'j r.d, 5. To be jicntly rubbed with\{\ flal1lu ;-r I fluxes AIII suN r'O'"l1l1l1i"litiulI'I ate tier hfp"lolug 10( Boxes Sperm. Candles, j I the and throat disease and ind! violent destroyed inflammation the soft parts of thefJtl.I of A'(]

    t Sin, by mistake; and, without thought, offend. Imatt'l warming pan; covered, lightly moved je and w1ll receive immediate; attention: 5 Boxes Cavendish Tobacco throat and oaf of the mouth that it ford 1m||

    .. -- -- -, .- over the back and spine.; John D. Crnig, s the bones and made way into the nogeVSL
    VAHISTY. G. If jio sins of life appear-the warm Superintendent.ilTTbe i :Mary Peterson of Wilmington Del ofconiiatd

    J I hath, irarm bricks, fyc. applied to the palms: publishers] of the LHW of the United 50 do. Soap, years.Scrofula Si, *tinder" bud nhicn extensive she scrofulous laboured nearly uleerifasi tkt
    of the hands and soles ofthe feet. States, will give this tlil'eeorfour insertions.
    I DR. FRANKLLVS CIU ED. 50 Sacks Salt, on the left side of the neck down to her braitfa|
    7. To rcMoic hreathinr-introduce tIle 25I 50 Corn breast very much enlarged ; her left arm troll|
    Extract Letter from JJnct. Franklin Brooms, I and useless,, und tier head the
    t of a to pipe of a pair of bellows (when no apparatus) on fleeted riders i
    the Reo. President Sfili s. into one nostril] ; the otl1t'r nostril and the NOTICE.lii ; : .lining on the shoulder, and violent pain is lei5Ylt..m. {|
    Bucket
    "You desire to know something of my re- mouth closed ; inflate the lungs, till the .; Undetsigned: h-.<> jfct-iveJ instructions to..I II I UV STORE affection. of General the heat Thomas, followed Snyder by an, of obstruent41 Rheva

    ligion. It is! tho first time 1 lii\'o bet-n breast 1)1'I litll ini-..'JI l the mouth+ anti 110trih :-'- !.1 IlrtVt'1i1 01 punish t'!.H culling ot vtluahletimbe' Ot the nostrils ; severe pain in fae upper jaw, open the 1'ubLe l L.tnM-i t These jll tl uc-
    questioned upon it. But I cannot: take your must then be let live' repeat the pro- tions estcnd nut unly I.. l.iw t) ,k nnJ Cedar hut A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF ing from the nose over the cheek bones; the eheb j

    curiosity amiss and shall endeavor in a few ce>s till life; appeal lo Timber of every dix nation{ tciUi-n{ .'' oni the:Public exhibiting high state of in3 BUY GOODS. lentine Boraef of ulceration of the left nostrili I
    words to gratify. 8. Where a hellof1r. any proper aP1vl-i Laud, for the [lurpbt"Jf liipj.iup' iorlhe use struclion of the same ; loss I

    Here is my creed. I believe in one God, ratus cannot be had: immediately attempt to ol that Saw the:.Mills instructions iic." .a If,-isic not H.J lie; )1'1.uud|. \It,'+rimbrrued stood however for l.1)IDI1m1mAt 'Y breathing, and severe pain of ofscelhlftultyof the ']st'nt-Jk I IMustek's
    the Creator of the Universe wife, and Muudrfl
    t ; that hrirovcrns xcite the natural inspiration and respiration Iud( or (for i>!aiittliou porj.Jisey.Betij. son daughter: Mrs

    'I it by his Providence ; that he! ouirlit! to ho by pie.v are on the} breast rills and) muscles of, i). right SHOES afflicted Chronic nteumafi.m.itit which: she had teal
    .V upwards of sixteen year ; her son oftoitl
    .." ",worshipped ; that the mo.suirropiablo >T- the body, meiely 1 by the h;'nds, so as top; essout I i'. .S. Attorney.Pinsarola. I .1 I t head, and daughter of scorbutic affection of till!

    vice we render to him is doin? :. rind: to his ; as large; a poitiou oi f the air as I poysih!", 7 Nov lk28-3j--tf. HATS &c. iiiI .. gum} and discharge from the left ear.-Stepto9nar
    other children : that the MUI! ;ot'rnnn is i im and then rcmovinir and' applying the pr e '..ilrealernittely i i i 's son oi carious affection of the shin; noiif

    mortal and will be tre.itfd! wi h ;jiixti/c in ( in order]+ to imitate+ :: the natur.d i I I1're.ithint i HOOKS AND STATIONARY. F. II. Nisbet, the with whole many of er the the shm smaller hone'bones was dCltrn.eJ of the foot,togede Sk|

    another life respecting his rnndurt: in this. I :, and promote the introduction of i j' .1 111: Subsctilet: b'il'g d-snou' to rlos'his buli Penuaro la, 9'h F ._, 2I James M'Minn! of liver complain and estltm,

    Thesc I regard as fundamental points in all atmospheric air, in proportion: to th quantity : siuecs in Pensacola, resp-cfuly! invites the which he had upward* of nine 1t' 1rs.-Mrs. 1 M.JfI\

    j so'.ind religion, and I regard them as you do pressed out from the air-cells of the lunsThis !, alicnti of Tie: Public to hia3"oriiii' nt of TO MARINERS.FIVg of ulcerated sore mouth and throat and !ber dash
    .. in whatever sect I meet with then .As to has sucl's--flll VALUABLE: BOOKS; tcr of bcrnfula. Beside the diseases above ear I Imeratod
    process proved hijihly: : ;
    Large BUOYS have been moored in F prescribed the Syrup wish great soctflt
    ,, Jesus of Nazareth, my opinion of whom you and as any person may apply, it, as well] as a which lie is willing to disi o.e of ;it veiy reduced Channel leading from'the Gulf Shram, in mercurial cases and secondary,f.IIi1i..
    pirticuiarly desire, I think the system of morals medical professor:: it :should not be clcla\ed. a j p rices-some of them! earn lower Then othei copies iiuniiffh the Hai boar of KEY WEST, into the Bay In giving this testimony of the sterns of ftl|
    and his religion, as he left them to us, moment. of llie serve works were recently sold at, HI Atici ion. of 1c'xico. Vessels, drawing 9 4 feet water and Columbian Syrup. S have divestedentirely my land
    r the best the Gentlemen would Ou.JI lo rail Mid c'nmtne, HS bound to Mobile, Pensacola, and New Orleans, can technical terms, the belter to"be tmduo
    world ever saw, or is like to see 9. Electricity < >ycd by a Medical
    ; fifty cjti they may obiaiu bargains of u inch they ale by tin by observing the fclowingtlirt'ations! pass throughthis demtood by those,. to whom it i i intended i to crag
    but I apprehend it has received various corrupting Asistant. means aware. Channel ,vith perfect safety and thus avoid its effects. The length of time the diseases ha1.

    changes, and I have, with most of Eric nsr roJd. Also on hand, for sale on reasonable lermsf the tedious and dangerous navigation of the Gulf. been dissipated, convinces me, that the main

    the present dissenters in England, some Rub the body with nuw, irc, or r old walcr. A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF It is recommended to i Mnslris of Ve!!self to steer permanent, and from Buoy to Buoy, keeping close! to them on eitherhdnitThey Us healing qualities rank it the first rear
    doubts as to his divinity, though it is a ques Restore waimlh{ &r. by slow degrees: and/, among
    STATIONARYamong are moored' to the deepest water dies of the present day.
    tion I do not dogmatize upon, having never after some time', if necessaryhe plans} to beemployed ; and can be distinctly seen from each other. Tbebearings JOHN I. M.A
    studied it, and think it needless to busy myself for tho resuscitation of drowned which is an invoice of Letter P-ipei of assorted of the Buoys are as follows: Piuledelphb, March 5.1828.The .MAYWEG.

    with it now; when I expect soon an opportunity persons. Qualities, which I would sell on g.od terms The l;t Buoy at the entrance of the Channel and above mentioned
    by wholesale Medicine can be prOClrd'at
    I in the Harbour West
    nearly of Key bears from
    of knowing the truth with less Suspension; bi/ the cord. W. Hnscll Hunt. the Light lixuce en key West by Compass N. three dollars pr <|n.n bottle\Jt t1.e 3abserrf
    trouble. I see in/ harm, however, in its being 1. A few ounces of blood maybe taken W.I,y \V.rst, distant 1 mile. who will exhibit to any person app1yinlr,thacttti'
    "I, believed, if that belief has the good con from the jugular vein, and Cupping Classes P nsacol 17lb July, 1829--26--tf. 2n! Buoy bears from the 1st Buoy N.V.. by ficatcs of cures alluded to by Doctor Mnywrj.Vanbaun .

    sequence, as probably it has, of making his may be applied to the head and neck; leeches IRISH POTATOES, &c. fsorth. & Wilson.Pensncob .
    doctrines more respected and observed also the 3rd. Buoy bean from the 2d Buoy, N. W. \ ., 16th
    more to temples.! JUST RECEIVED VIA MOIULE.Hiimptrs North. January, 1829.
    especially as I do not perceive that the 2. The other methods of treatment the 4th Buoy bears from the 3d Buoy, N W. 1-2 North.

    'f#. Supreme takes it amiss by distinguishing the same as recommended for the apparently 2 o Irish Potatoes, in fine bth Buoy on the Bar, bears from the Light.House a fJr BOXES CLARET JVLVB,

    believers in his government of the world drowned. order. on Key West, North West by Wcsf.HTVessels f zJ

    with marks of his ALSO ( requiring Pilots obtain them superior
    any peculiar displeasure I Svjfocationby () Vapours, or Lighljiing. can at quality,
    ... I shall l only add respecting myself, that having I Ai Crates Siniewaria.tsorted.; Key; West., as there is a board of branch Pilots estaMUhrd. 200 do. Soap No. 1.

    a' experienced the goodness of that B'in e Cold water to be repeatedly thrown upon TOE SALE BY The shoaleit water at low water is 10 feet, and ,

    in conducting me prosperously through a the face, &c. drying the body at intervals. If F., II. Nhbet, at high water 12 1-2 feet on the Bar 2 Pipes dry Malaga Wine,

    Jon life, I have no doubt of its continuancein the body feels cold l, employ gradual warmth, Pensacola March 2Zrd 18;.9 Wm. Pinkney, Sacks of Salt.

    the next, though without thc/smullcst con I and the 1 plans for the drowned. GOSHEN BUTTEll &c. Supcrintendant of Buoys. A GOOD ASSORTMENT Of
    Celt of meriting such goodness." Intoxication.
    .. II Best3oshcn: Butt+'r. CUSTOM HOUSE,
    ,I The body is to be lain on a bed, &r.with Famil}'Flour in half Bblj.PONCHONG Key West, January 20, 1829. } DRY GOODS &c,

    DR. YOUNG. the head a little raised : tIle neckcloth, &c. : BBESH TEA, __ ... Foil SALE BY

    One day as he was walking in his garden removed obtain immediate Medical assi i t-1 I"t HAS.r.nU1C II'.S. H. Michclet.

    at Welwyn, in company with two ladies, ante, as the mode of treatment nn/st be varied ',: Best Cincinnati Hams (Gasso- OFFEEWHISKEY. Pcnsacola, June 25, 1829-19-tf.

    } (one of whom he afterwards) married) the servant according to the state ofthe i patient.. I xv ay,) --

    came to acquaint him a gentleman wish {;Gencralobsrrtetiun Raisins, new Crop FRUITED WEEKLYlY

    ed to speak with him. "Ti-11 him," saysthe 1. On signs of returning life, ;< tea spoonful Half lf Bhls." best No. Cincinnsrfi 1 Mackirl.H Fnnnly, Beef .. B.OME: D. MOOES

    I f. Doctor, "I ant too happily engaged to of warm water may be given ; and if the! Underwood' best ASiolted Pickles and Sauces, PORTER, FOR THE PROPRIETOR, i

    : change my situation..* The ladies insisted\ power of swallowing be rrtul nell, warm win: Pine Apple Cheese. ALE &

    1 upon it he should go, as his vh>iter was a man or diluted brandy-to be put into a warm For Sale by the Suhtciiber, at his Store, Main CYDFR.cD 'Pul\is\\ey Or t'h e LavrsOF
    Street, in front of the Public Squnre. .
    rank, his patron, his friend; and as per- bed), and if disposed to sleep, will generally II J. THE

    i suasion had no effect, one took him by the awake restored to health. Pescay. < Bags St. Domiago and Ha UNITED
    Pensacola, tfov. 27:;t, 1828.KIRCHWASSER. STATES,
    righllU'lD, mid the othci by the left, and led 2. The plans above recommended arc to' AND OF THE

    him to the garden gate ; when, finding re be used for three or four hours. It is an vana.FIFTY

    sistance vain, he bowed, lad: his hand upon absurd and vulgar opionion to suppose &.0.FOR BARRELS TERRITORY OF FLORIDA
    per-
    his heart, and in that expressive irrecoverable because Sale) by the Subscriber, lately received
    manner, sons arc life does not -t Ilea Orleans. IRYF 1.Slt tS.

    for which he wa so remarkable, spoke the soon males its appearance. Kirchwasse-, (of the Black Forest,) I WHISKEY, FIVE DOLLARS per annum; in advance,i jI. j-

    following lines : 3. Electricity and bleeding never to bo ChampaignSparkling) One hundred and Fifty BoxesPORTER : ment is deferred six months,. SIX DOU.\IS
    when from employed) unless the direction of the Gugnoiet d'Angers (French Cherry Cordials,) I.
    Thus Adam look'd, the garden driv'n, by medical I will be required.mrAdvertisementa.
    Muscatel Wine, best quality, ALE & CIDER.
    ; 1. And thus disputed order nent from Heav'n, assistants.If OI is
    at
    Bordeaux 01, i! l inserted consplcnonsty!
    I Like him I hut to I'm loth ;
    go yet po
    FOR SALE BYVanbaun
    the rrsuscitatit'c be immediately
    Like him I RO, 1 for angel, drove UP both, process White Wine Vinegar, DOLLAR for every fourteen lineR o<< r le'l

    t Hard \vtut hid fate,but mine still more unkind employed, an immense number of lives J. Pescay. I and Wilson, I the first insertion, and FIFTY CENTS, {ot'act

    s I' Uis Eve west with him, tart mine stays: behind. will bo rc l'Jfl'd. Fcnsacolal6thFob.18 r fntt totll. rfoTcrahcr 17 Ui1IBtf cnntinnaneo.loncrefQ.3: by the! same rule'





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