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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 25, 1829
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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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>.
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L ;\\i S( E lA\ .. The day of happiness seenu-il un tuote- clblJ1T ; dud ol"a.. leathern jacket corro* l>mif inn O;' being: expert swordsmen, they are t i--

1 -- dawning. By degrees the girl recovered ponding with a breast plate, which is so sure of being challenged by the class or students -_ I: mJ1elf\

-- --- *test on SLriteuruc. 11::r health ; and her beauty ;>nd tin:(ffectedgrace stuffed and padded that a sword cannot penetrate just mentioned, who with the hope of ; i

attracted universal admiration.-Her it. This descends below the hips, gaining reputation of wounding them in bftllave

The :English Runaways. I dress was a plain fashion of white ; and her and !guards every vital part of the boly.- combat, cheerfully expose their faces to the

----- "Truth is strange, d. rk efir; :sy hair she wore parted upon her Nothing but the fare is thus exposed, ::s if danger of receiving such Honorable scars. '
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*friger than fiction." her this the of the : ...... L' _
,. foreluM.l, and falling in ringlets over were only part person worthy

A few years sine, iT was my fortune to ben shnulderShe was just such a one, as once of being ornamented with scars. At this DOMESTIC. alt ;

fe'!low plunger in a voyage from Liverpool \:' seen, we never forget : and I think I see they aim all! their blows, as- it is considered ---,. i so,

with a young man: of very interesting 'J her before me now; with her calm, silent, unworthy of a Ira) sch to strike at the legs Law 'ase.-Thc following report of tho tJC:

appearance ; but of the romantic; circumstances t!and expressive features, as she used to sit of his opponent. The seconds ar' arrayed :| facts i in the interesting! case in which Mr. blat

of his departure from England, whichI i and look out upon the sea. Thca so greatwas : in the same costume as the combatants.j Webster and Mr. Wirt have been engaged 'Yilf ]

am about to relate, I had not then the slightest her solicitude lo make herself Jurieoable, : They place themselves on each side of their as opposing Const 1, we copy iroia the last ; hi:

intimation There accompanied him a : that, without meaning it, she drew one's friends with drawn swords r-id ward off i Boston G; Iaxy. Pot

young lady, whose extreme hemty: and retiring whole attention to her, and afforded.subjectfor ;! those blows which defy the skill of the principals j t Supreme Judicial Court; June 15, 1829. ; 3es

disposition:: was the theme of frequent a chastened yet perfect love. We loved not in the thickest of the ; Henry Farnuni Adm'r. de bOll $ non 0i / .. 0'

conversation among the p'issenirers. They I her for her situation, and, i.s Othello says, : affray, they not unfiequently receive wounds i Tuthill HulJ art, vs. Peter Cherdon Books. lor-
vera never seen to'smile, :,ncl! whenever for the dangers she had passed." themselves.A I
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was a hearing a bill in
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they looked upon each o.her; it was with a I V/illiam (for that was the name by which I duelling code is established hrre, by and the answer thereto, t filed Lefoic thef od

spirit of singul tenderness, that interestedall she spoke of him) had promised to write to : which all the students: arc governed. I have { Justices of our Supreme Court under the only

hears in their b 'haland, I believe no j her, and it would. } ve done your. -heart good ; not yet been able to procure it, but have been {j Chancery powers lately given them by the is f:

one among us, would have hesitated at any to sic:; with what eagerness< and pleasure shoV informed of some of the laws. Fiom th? m, as ;; Siiitutcs of this Stat('..-;.--It was a case of great DPt

Facrifice for their advantage: j would read his letters ; and turn over andover I well as from descriptions of such scenes Voni : interest }partly on account of the large trick

The }packet weighed anchor, and the snils;: to sec if something had not escaped her eye witnesses, I shall be able to give you an amount involved and the high standing and .t d.

were set-and the noble vessel went offlikea attention ; arid read them through again and I idea of such a combat. If the oiTei ce is trifling I respectability of the parties ; partly from the .lUVL

thing; of life upon the -broad blue ocean. then tell of his successes they strike a certain number of blows, I distinguished talent engaged on both tides ..zt
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It wis a nC pleasant intornrain-l morning lo lortUIH: in June rilliofl, and gl.;':syooruHf It was about two months after his departure I think it is twelve,and if no blood flowthey ;, and partly because it was the first attempt to .
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before the wind, and sotilo-1 into a smoothrest UVL'/IY' 'i that she received a letter from him, shake hands and sep..ratc.; If the offence I support in this State that high power of : eav,

while 'others succeeded l, and] smaller I'I dated at New York, stating that ho had suc- is of greater magnitude, they continue fighting Chancery, which goes to set aside a previous :, jbr ftbllec

billows played in the sun, as if the finger of ceeJed above his mostsanguinc expectationsin i until one of them is wounded, or until I agreement voluniuiily entered into and of I
they have struck twelve times twclDu- *
heaven Ind: written its finest there. his commission ; and tInt he was about to ]longstanding.
The all passages deck embark for Boston ; and that immediately\ on ring a long contest, which results from an In; support; of the bill 1 :Messrs. Nichols, I :L:t
passengers were on looking
Back; on the fading landscape, which fully his arrival, h*: should make arrangements for I equality of skill; on the part of the combatants Rand and! \r fRT were counsel ; and for the iDVb

realized: the beautiful line of Campbell! leading: thealtarrthebeautititld.vethat h.i-1 they occasion-ally; stop to recover their dffond'irit] MessiWarner, Uorham andWEBSTEH.
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wi"rc he flown by him in all his cl pondoncy-that breath, and after a few minutes respite, they I .
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says ; intcngii
41 had como over a wilderness of waters: and commence again with new ardor, continuingtheir The suit \V.-.s commenced on Tuesday .
'Tia distance lends enchantment to the! view.:
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endured trials from whir'l' the Inrdi\st: mightqti strife in some instances halt an ]hour, sixteenth, and all that week was taken up ill r c

and soou the interesting couple i i--i! I have .%,il, unshrinking; and ;r'hen she hid finished before: either of the parties is wounded.Wh'never .- I the reading of the bill and answer :-the ,

mentioned came up, and: leaned over the rail. reading this I letter, said J a personvho! 1 WetS blood is visible, the umpire immediately I opening statements of the counsel and tho ien:
Their lndc already excited attention tela
appeiranco present, she prc icd it to her lips, ;.jp.-l I seemed orders a suspension of arms. The I e'uiirg of the evcnence. It may be cash. t
; and the earnestness mingled with really delirious 1 with .I'V. Sh! <" 1 laughed I unn'ol1 then} examines the wound. If it is imagined that a T.U.-.O; in which five days are I bra,
(air, with which they looked back\ to the inches in i length and of it.-clf umltvht}
and wept at the same i instantr 1i the ro- t\io opens one consumed in simply pieparingand presenting
home of their flthl"'hich they were perhaps I' verse seemed indeed 1 too briuht freility.! ]fourth of an inch, the duel ceases ; as a the points tor argument, scarcely admits of avery .-
forever leavinj, increased thrir interest, wound! of those dimensions is considered ed. ;
She laughed; l continually; and went from amnlo compressed rcpoft.To attempt to

and a thousand! conjectures were hazarded room to room, as if *.I hy vas '.vindiring' : a satisfaction for any offence tint can be :, give a sketch -jfthe evidence! would only b6 teci'a

np-jn; their probable history. No one knew young and 1 K.v.-l! girl l ,H'OTd! her lather'.-, atoned for by the sword. The parties then i jto do the parties manifest injustice; for,
them, it evident from their I .the
yet vas manners, friends the of life hand \
mnnsion. But when her tr-pOiaN"'lh ,tel!, bercssic rasp being ; nothing short of the fullest report would put
that: they; l1)1 to elev.tie-1 class and :-as f
;:, an she became ir.osv tempfrajf-sv'll!! tii-erful 1, i jute sign of reconciliation ; and leaving the the public in possession of all the facts and'
that circumstances induced their \\
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and ns }pleasant 1 as t!IOI.:}h'\s'ie!: had never wounded student] with the surgeon, they repair I question.It .

voyage lo the western worlJ.D.iys known sorrow. IVi .j) I could !hit',. to town, provided, as is usually the cafe, It g
stop is sufficient therefore/ simply to state
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and weeks passed 1, and found us still' j ;
the; duel! is fugrhiaittle} distance from
but there is u mournfid sequel. .
} J that Mr. Brooks opened a private insurance
the wildern-'ss of the desert
waters
"upon; -a of the students hacked
before, anal behind, and around us ; and Two days pa.ed, and another liter ca>nf; and Many small number are of horribly them office in Boston in the year 1789 ; in which tndlm
Chit with the storms and sickness had! i J but it bore ;h: so: ;d of do.ith As if a dagger not a carryon office Mr. Hubbart was accustomed to underwrite
we their faces the! of duel. ItW
encoanterad, conspired to malic us weary of had touched? her ho;rt, sire changed: colour in scar many that a these wounds not ; that in the year 1794 the pax tie?' ran
an instant. Her face was white as: the cu"v- unfiequcntly happens, entered into private co-partnership, Mr.' htI
the sea, :and anxious for a v.'bt i of the green transform fine face almost into de
o.irthvith its thousand pleasing: varieties. cd snow, and cold as m .rLli. She could tinnitnstnnes a very have occurred where Jh.bbait to bear and receive three-iourthsj

The Eli h girl l had: mown fatigued i scarcely move and when at Jimth l she M and Mr. Broks one-fourth of all losses or ill t
young }
both have been well
with the perils we hid encountered and I broke the sea!. :ind read the fitalintcili-innce:: eyes put out by a too gains upon all the policies underwritten in LotisteJ
directed blow the
in others noseIt been
though she endeavored to that hor l lover had been attacked with a violent ; :!'; I that office by Mr. 1J uu urt. This partnership :
pleasant
appear off the has been wounded
before l I'.or companion, yet when he was fever on board the: vc3 el, from whichhe cut ,to or jaw from it. Within so short as continued until the ycir 1803, when it t.gjhee in
never recover
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her drooped and could not hope a recovery, and recommended vas closed. In January 1808 Mr. Hub art
away eye something too time of the students has lost his
one
Jeep for utterance appeared to her to the mercy of heaven, she nose ; '|j died ; .and on the 4th of April of the samo ,nCl
prey upon another while others have been
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uttered a convulsiveoe.u.n and fell the Mr. Brooks settled by compromise t
her ': irit. The the upon i year, ;
1) young man: was ever hacked be for life. ;
when sitting her side when floor apparently .ljt .Jle\; ",. By the most as- as to disfigured They wiih Ms. Hubbari's administrators and paid whnpI
mme, except by of those old Roman
seem as proud scars as an -
his i studied coldness would clnnjre! to a pain- .;!duot!. and perhaps cruel attention, she was that theft $60,000f assuming, at the same time, the

fed tenderness, and he would try to appear I restored again, but only to life. There was w.rriorpparenly for will believing be in I whole account, and making it his own, with calok;
cheerful. no hope for her and nothing for which shecould reputation courage proportion ill its advantages and disadvantages, in the'
: their number and size. I have been informed
to
-TIle-- of- -land wish: to live. She walked around, same manner as if he had been the original' J
joyKM tidings were at length: those who have ELi
aiinounccd from the mast, and the cabin rang silent as a spirit, and oh, ho\v changed. by every opportunity underwriter instead of Mr. Hubbart.-
form estimate that t11ntwo
whh the of All From one of the most beautiful and enchnntng to a correct : ; more The bill now filed fa to set'aside that sets flyloo
busy note preparation. hundred of these duels ]have been fOtl lit
trod alive wiih but the to one who could; not !he looked upon lemcnt] on tile general ground, that Mr.
apse joy ; young here the the ,
Englishnnn, who sat at the table with his but with sorrow. And thtn she linnet-eel Tor students during I have present term. Among of Brooks being active partner as well as gene._ to

face !buried in his hands.V C' were too: busyto two or three days, till she Was brought down whom this two ncqinin-tauTs has ; one ral partner; or at last (agent, was bound at :..itd
him and he shun to the bed] death. Like a flower thA.t has I" during period fought seven, the! time of settlement to have given the "
question ; as appeared to and the other six times. These not
he }been strirk*'n at. the root, ale withe.0.! :rid arc very parties a full, clear, detailed and circumstantial
tot rennin undis- shW
ety, was permitted to I I instances. It is reportedth:1t .
rare currently
turbed. The bustle was done, and} the pas- ell, and was; consigned to the valley of another has sent and received account of the state of affairs, without' (
dreamless sleepers. The arrival of the eighteen waiting for examination on their prt/ is f
j;en:;erssat down with anxious hearts to await challenges which be cancelled .
their arrival in Boston. vessel brought the body] of her companion, are to by as And that without intending to impute the fUtind
duels
Tint hmr had thv.s and they were buried side by side, and a many thonpproachingsemster or term. least intentional fraud or deception to Mr. :
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come ; : was
The thirst for distinction
luoored in the dock just as the sun touched plain marble pillar marks the spot where acquiring by Brooks, still, in the statements made by Mr.
they deep. When she laid the deathbed fightiny; and by getting into rows with the Brooks, many important items, which he either an
the horizon of a sultry day in July. Hundredsof upon "
with. the Philistines and with each
police Ima.d .
have
friend if she had kneor might known were
citizens g-ithercd around the wharf to a inquired any mr;sare
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other there
their Ions husbands 1 brothersor for her friends! I beyond; the se:a. "1 othitlT," attracts many young men to omitted.It .
greet : expected ,
Universities i who reside here for no other
friend, and a glow of satisfaction once said she, anJ- ."rrsisterl in a dreadful} siicnfo, than their time was assumed on the part of the plain
object to as pleasantly as
rekindled the s.illow} features of tm it I lyctirne. i involuntary from the chill ofdeatk. pass settlement made
more passengers ". possible, with the intention of leaving behind tiffc, that the was entirely on'the
who had: so long suffered through} : the R. them} the brilliant reputation of a genu- basis of a statement of the concerns made

perils of ihe S ,l. There were fiends for all.. -; S1TDJ\T3,1 ine liursch. \Vhile here, their hours are out hy Mr. Brooks for Mr. Hubbart. It

and greetings for all, but the solitary: yorftfg r.I.LlGiOG GElLiIA, I passed in fencinz, riding, smoking, drinkingbeer was then urged that in this statement no to.hly

man and his delicate com 1 penior"fhose. The genuine university duel, differs from : and fighting, and in all these accomplishments mention is made by Mr. Brooks of the Spanish .

Tvho came to seek their friends ,,(ast a hur- any other in Europe. In some slight degree they take the lead. This. class Claims, since received, and _of which! Mr.. end

ri"'1 glance .jpon; them and jytssed them by. the mode varies in the different Uni- I which may' form perhaps the tenth part of lIuL[ :trt's share would have been 88696 ; osit

There were no kindly gycelings, no words versries, but the leading features are every the students, make more noise, and fight nor of the claims on France, which now eta

satisfaction, no feeling cmhnces for them ; where the same. The weapon used i is a moro duels, unless there is:: a quarrel) between amount nominally to about $64,650, and :=

iin.1 1 while the preparations wore in course forgoing straight sword about three feet i in lenirth. the Landsmanaslmfienj, than all the others. that nothing was allowed for interest on the that

on shore, they sat like monuments of Near the point it has a double edge, so thatit They are the men who" always stand ready to large sum of money which remained in Mr. ord

grief, and seemed, but for the faint glow will cut equally well on either side. To dispute the pavement with you, and Sir sind Brooks' hand for a considerable time previous .. :ed

. upon; their cheeks, as if they were already protect the hand, a circular: : piece of brass or dtimmcr Junge is always on the end of their to the decease of Mr. II ubbart. That, in pta

numbered; with the dead.) At length, when iron of six or cijht inches in di i meter rises I II I tongues. They arc ready to embark in any the statement given, there were errors and hit

all was silent around thorn, they arose to depart between the handle and the bl.ule.] These I carousal, and the Rurslien songs coming omissions : that'errors were made in the' wb:
; and he with this beautiful and mclan- three from each other deductions' to bad and out-standing debts; 1js
parts are separated I from their throats salute your ear long after _1_.:__ 1':'_ T
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ch rip; creature leaning upon his arm, set out :, the cap-receiving the circle of defence, the :I all honest persons should be at home.- and that tlc list of unsettled iiiimis, 10* 'bg J

. to -M-k for i temporary residence. They handle being }placed in their pockets, and i These are the men at all the Universities which an abatement or allowance was madeof Ucist

ht MO money, they had expended their last the blade concealed in a hollow cane, or car- {I who fill the beer cellars with smoke, and about $4,600 ; was calculated to mislead.On .

TIiJ1':-ir, to escape: from the cruelty of parents, Tied under their coats. Tims prepared they son';s, and with noise, from the loud laugh the part of Mr. Brooks, it was answered V ,gnof

who !li nd forbidden their meeting ; and now promenade the streets, & ?o to the theatre of I which issues from the.'-a subterraneous cav- thaf the settlement was not made by thc*

'f'" pti!!ht a refuge- in the land chosen by the combat, without even exciting a suspicion in j erns, to the thundering shout with which heirs solely upon the statement furnished by p e:

# pilgrims! of old, that they might live together, the minds of the gen tVarms or constable, I they greet the air as they emerge into star- him, for that they had employed an agent to lor.

..' ffr die; a<;? the providence heaven saw most (for I know not what else to call them,) attached light. All the duellists, however, are not of I examine the books and accounts for themselves 'nr.tng.

proper They succeeded in obtaining a resident to the University. When: assembled 1]I this character. Some of these who fight are all which were completely open to ,

>l ind having revealed so much of their I at the room which is to be the scene of their.i i very peaceable and gentlemanly in their de- him, and upon whose report they acted. d

_ hisrorv as might account for their singular: prowess, the parties!' consist of the following That the Spanish claims, mentioned at all, to

I situation, a benevolent man interested him- persons ; th? combatants the sC'conrl.--the |re"yon! I were mentioned as not worth much, as was'

self in the case, and succeeded in obtaining umpire who is chosen by the seconds, whose I the fact at the time, ? nd nothing but a fortunate o
hate heard that artificial aroI
lr. for the young stranger a profitable and plea province it is to determine when they shall I tl. made in probably E rope. One of these Heiiileherg l noses students concurrence of circumstances ever did (

sant tour of commission to New Orleans, commence, and when they shall terminate who had lost this member in such a coitest, procured -* enable him to realize any thing from them..

Where he went in all the glow of renewed the contest the surgeon-and finally, a few one, which was ii his opinion a very respectableone. ) That the French claim arc as yet unsettled Pc
While fishing in the Rhine, ai he looked o\vv i! and worth nOfhing= But that all thin
happiness( leaving is lovely treasure in the friends of the parties, who are usually invited perhaps
the side of the boat to watch himihbles: this ornament -
bosh of these claims!
( family: in whoso bosom ho had first fount PS witnesses. The dress consists of very unfortunately dropped into the stream, and waa knowledge; respecting '

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;: of tiio-.fi-nt, uuu, indeed was perfectly public roneou, which I have made to circulate wimt Hi character i is above rc proacs. On A(1ar, rc\iewlng I b.'a Clwct; in rohliua t
1 and in the [possession of every body. i is gonorolly believed to be true. If you his opinion of mo I am willing my fellow citizens the Ghent negociation which M Clay
That :):s to interest mnio was ever known to suitor it to remain: unnoticed, I shall not fail shall} form tltci,: Inn been paid by qn office-keeper ;net to make ine of t the fact whenever your namecomes I can baldly: conceive tint your dark al- I| printed pa-nphlets} ;mil iu.elu': i::;:? them ciiIcul.uion. -
jir'y in his t hands or ever expected ii'omhim before the community. The character In.: ?:4nhan( reference to !lelalioj.'s ..\- .: :3iy time niy; )labor, and mv. mcncy -
f by the underwriters. TInt: the errors and of anv" government 's in some measure i-jtin'jf between! me and any of the individuals I; WCRtill !Llvhhedwwihout;! expectationofiecompeise }
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t MnisMons! were small sums scattered through determined by the character of those n.en wfiom I have! mentioned. If they !lavcv'uu !| to advance 11 lr. CLy. If I
r' the numerous books of 40 years standing ;' who compose} it, oral patronized by- it.- can obtain the truth by application to them J: qwetl i him or his family any obligations, they
that here }he acknowledged] errors, not in the c The people cannot, and ought not, to place If! not, my imagination is at fault. I have I were richly ii-paiii in that contest.ir. .
books, but in the list of bad debts, to the :1 Confidence in tlwjmbHc integrity of men who two brothers living in DunsJahle, ili.v> :. and ;1: Clay}: made ? rl. Adams. "ievident.: I
amount of about #1100, at the Fame time I arc not honest and honorable in private !life. one in lieulorc'[ '. I have: numerous! relatives would+l not iuppon t Mr. Adams ; !but 1 did
urging that there might-be !some on the other The people of this nation are not indiGer-! in liinstdile, Tyng.sl.oio'\ and many oilier I] not wish to oppose Mr. Clay. My fl'cling i.
side, and that, being a settlement by compromise ent or uninterested observers of the men towns ; I hi'vo taught school in Heading tNot'iu '. towards his cstimab-o' !lady determined! me io
perfect accuracy was not pretendedor whom change in the administration has : P\rish, nun lable, Mass. Dims table remain nentnl. For almost two v'ers 1
= expected. That the unsettled claims I brought into power or notoriety ; and they X. II. New Ipswich and Weston ; I maintained! that attitude. I desired to rin
t. ue!unt the }partnership were correctly, and, will examine thoroughly, the character of Mare spent nearly: fnnr yn.ms nt Dartmouth tain it throughout the ('ontesl--halt, I found
with Mifli-innt. iulliiobt*| rrjinj.seutcsl at that : (their many professions. In conclusion, 1 College, and lived about three in (;rotU11. If that in our local} controversiithe who''
i t :tme. ll was finally objected to the whole I have<< only to repeat, that I shall aim to do i iu any of these }places a being lives or ever : ,'.'pi .llt of Mr. Clay and his political friend.
..' 1'ill llr.tt: the Statute of Limitations was a you justice hi relation to this affair: ; and if lid, wh, on justly j charge me with an immoral Vvih; the }power of the iX-itional Administras.! ;
Complete! oar unless upon proof of fraud, necessary, a complete statement of the f.jctsin : ; or dishonorable act, I know it nor. r lion, w.is thrown against me, my friends and
.: vhicli! tit(. counsel contended was completely : the case, will be presented 1 to the public.In You speak also of my obligations to '"the. my principles. I'Jy his advocates anti dependents : -
out of the case ; and furliicr that no fraud. I doing this, you will receive that justice, abused Clay,''. whom yen call my "benefac ] I was slandered and ;lbl1 cd. They
was ch.irtred in the bill. I I which, it would seem, you..arc endeavoring tar in the l''it." For your error on this .' combined! to withdraw fiom me ;l i1! public
It would bo, for many reasons, improper to to mete out to others. point, I cannot, much bl.imo you ; for you and} tit ivah patronnue, to destroy mv cln:*
r# express any opinion! at present upon the final: I With all clue respect to the Government doubtless: \ !some' cOilf .lcIH"e in the as- racier: &- rcHuremy! t tinilvtoetZ1. "(latiun *sbeggary.
result of the ea:+whatever opinion we might and its 16 o1' ccrs. Yours! scrtioiis of those journals wiih hill yon '! I fell: that Mr. Clay ir/is ?ungratr
entertain. It.my, howeverbe proper, and) J \ O. S. C. KNOWLTON.l'auxu'rosJnly co-operate. The National: Journal of ye>- '..fit!. I saw, or thoucht! I 9W: that wilh! cold
t t t if cerninly is justice to state, that although I I ,i t'relaealled; me "0110 branded with the I and calculating ambition, he was; willing! to
sumo from :accurate statement of the rise, : \ lltli, J Jl '::. < most; abhorrent[ vice of enr nature, ingraft- : see his best personal friends: trampled in tko
, from a partial hearing of the remarks of the To.T<)Jin ....;. C. Knoirlton, J:s'J. 1 tii'lc-tiie trrovelling assailer of his benefictor dust to gain the suppoit t of tint: unrelenting!
,. opening counsel for the phintilfs, and from SIR.-Your l favor of the 6th inst. mine to wf'o snatched l him from beggary; and majority which, then domineered; over Ken
i ignor.mcc of the technicalities of the law, hand this morning.: I accord with you most !: starvation and cherished him in his bosom, ![ tucky. Not: public duty only, but the duty"ofself

iniirht! infer that a charge of actual fraud! had heartily in the sentiment, that "the people} till the viper turned upon upon him ..mddisjconre \ prt'ff\.ltion, repuired of met: ) t.-'Itu
.j I been made, l1tV( T, crprcssly, distinctly, cannot, and ouuht not, to place confidence] intime : <;' his poison into his heart '!j. a decisive: stand. As much as I respected
i find repeatedly disclaimed any such charge. \ public integrity of those who are not honest W!l.t'l1 yon see such I strong assertions so' Mrs. Clay, I loved my own wife and children -
4 The well established reputation of the defendant and hOI Ii'"hle in piiv.ite; life," and nil I often repeated{ it is natural for you to suppos '! mo;... Yet, I meicly resume! my II.
1 for irtrict integrity would have been a ask! at your hands, or those of my fellow} I I <- they have some foundation in fact.; \ou 't I Iwill position: to ;ell'. Adams, and pasM'do\ei lUre
..fumcient guaranty that nothing short of positive j tizen i *?, i is 'that ju-stice' which" I "am; endeavoring l therefore} be sur1)rizetlvhcn I pro- '' Clay in silence. The latter soon c.\hibieil! :
I }proof could have sat;.Iic'} tl'e{ I public I f to metv out to o'ibeis." n,':inco the assertions contained ill this p"ra' r'ecisive marks J of his displeasure, r1IIlil1.Hy i
rnin.l of the truth of the charge, Irul i it beortTiiade. I In your paper of'2-lih .June, you expressed ;L'raph! and all like them, utterly false. I' made ;t public attack on my voracity and ho- i
k,1 As it stands, however, the cKafge; issimply i iJ a hope that when I had discharged!,: my n.-ier was in a slate of ''beggary and starva- | nor. Having drawn he won(!. I now tl.nstv
; of constructive fraud ; that iof,. not *tpul.IICUlhtait'l! ; at WaMiington i } ;! ," -.lioiild: lion; ;" I never! needed, asked I or received away the scabbard!, and! you know the result.)( '
J .. coming 'forward with a full and minute; disclosure attend with equ-it( xetlto! ;ny private obi.! !'-i- II'. Clay's: charities) ; I never \vas "cherihed J i Ill rov; iXtIj Cf my .. ;..r(>. Irtlno hut illiin \
)r of all fact*, when thn other party ./:I\I-:. not only to my "beneftctir:: i.i the in his 'bosom,*' in auy sense of iho 'i( ; !rto lejrret. It i is, that I ilid( not, m regardless -
j r srtraed thc respmisihility of investigation.nn1 ; west; thn abused Cl.y:, but in" ynnr "rici- term ; I never w.vs relieved or enriched! by I of all imputations' take a (!.ecisiv'o
1 _. ill the accounts, &c. were as ftrllv. <''*'.:} I )rit;/." Oalll.t'rt..', yell had sent !n(' a I Ir }his. JUOlWor, benefited by his counsel I.| .stand: l against! the union of I\Iesss.\ Adr-ms-.lClriy
; 10 !hem as to 3Ir. Brooks himself.;; V 1 tmulberol'Jiiiu! 1 p-iper! : containing unjust ;il.II ., wasest:.dilislied! I in the practice of l.uv in ; in 1825.; I l lEt iht JMr. Clrv'il>la.*
t- i11r.1Vebtcr000np1ed thovholo) sittiivr; of It'timl--! against me, which! 1 threw away Injorgotou-n, Kentucky, before I ever saw ted tIe will of his St.tte ; I blew that tho
J II nheede In reJurnin ( the 2 Jib 'him it without his; counsel! aid that I union interested irl seUr.h. Instead *
Mon Jay and Tue ; \'.-Jir.Virt f,1I11wl,1 :: i3oiir.s ; \ ::I" or wa> ; : ot
(/U Vrednesday and concluded about t\n' n' i hiicn.led; ; !' to indicate: to you, in a r>iaun ,r pni'-has/'d ;"n in'erest in the t'rankfoit Atfits. -.- beinf silent, I ort'jhl boldly! h' ve ('enoiin-
; clock on f 1Sborscht-. During all Tliesp four :I as little offensive: as possible' ] that if y<,.o in 1 UIu, airl became i iia cSitur: ; he ruveriT'V" -- ced it. I oii'iht! to have beens sensible! as !1
lays the! Court IlotibO was crowded, and l ri'ln.r' to sl-'Mid'T me by dark; i\isinuations, : pie!! money ; never homed ne money I tIn now, that no common obligniicni ofprivpt.
e Huong! ihe audience! : tlmre were nearly: a rt I UvJi'dj neither I nor the pnislir!! :uusl'irstand! 1 exrept ill usury ; never, to Inv knowledtro { ." friends.ip: and no t tar o( iinpu'ter1 1 in-
hundred ladiesThe! opinion of thus L'lMiit !! did ant \visis: to r" id) them. Yoer letter( ( In- ;aid i l:',I in c\iend'nr-r: the cimil-uion of LTatJJude! ., 'n justify a public rn.ti in wink-;
I ,j his not as yet been n'p'rletL\ duce me to think! I may have: been mistake! n mil; p per; ;arid never, in any.-'iape.: ) coiuributed ;iu'jatM violation! of the fuwhuaf! ;".ta! p:5ncipies !.
1 .In[ your' m' :M\e' :< " ._ CorJ: In;.ics.- -The Providence Patriot ;,r' .M-rii; t'it! you :;r.' not om of f tIl4l.I ..(' \\"I Imo ex- of his subscription !for a sh-lf i number.IJut 1 am !;,!'J lI'Y ; but I am net miihy of'he!I "sin
;: I 'I'onmkl1.1 l tluMHselvf-] the le idr t that I ; :'e what I (fictions n..Hce: of ingratitude.1 Ig"cnr of encoJinterinir! ibo
I. 1 his discovered a method of destroy ;iii: :: thai; I I.ij'el io } ( : you !may :
t : j troublesome] in'.nulor, at once simple- and I It I 1 i (' .. f''a p..r'y' \ i ifrtnuidU'ss: :rhl'! of nit-n III invruls1:, ,aild} redu-i'y; circulates: }: I shall! \\r'i !rO, lalseas it is. coitbllled''Jhll my rouect -

'. c11 rtin'. It is ;'s t foloTVProrure } :\: 1 }i'iv/e--. ft t KO'.iii'r; .;'PlI1 tl. ;it i11i\\ \ disposition 1 i- bi-t'. d, i;ail! th" facts which! have ':i\'en pre11 <* for 3rs. (:'I lI\*', ntade: me sin r.7an-it i... ; mv-
Irom the arOJH"n'y or Ir''l'wo- j io ,10 I |us'ic: ('(;, you have Jul'' beenmiJ'd; -rr for! they: ; nostiu."sanetas.: F'n'lt'in : cofifitry.Ouulit.

; ./ in ui !! modiT'ilo! qunjititv I Ic ; of that od.! :-ifeious; :/ 1)\' the (icijoiis; which, h-ive reiclud; you relative IS1 !, } I left Nev/ 1',1'"jandvhu the \ it'>>' !! the -':i>: of New En br.c1, einigra.!
\ ;" :" !reMblo} Cali( .! Poke Hoot{ : M"i{ ;! ii in w -ter I. '.; ; to mybeuefictor :In lie! ,We-l," and oftil; ::; up rhi.knce! in the ''.'( st. On tiiJr: to ether cInt-:: tl) J lose every sense cfpers'Mi
7" : filth the juices '11'(' extracted, and mintI! tiieliquor :-':)jVj daiklv 1: \> 1Ii"'I'lb1: l P'I-! : : JlP' J"'r !li0rl:!'. leaving my 1ul'r's: !i.mse, I had a little ino-o { : l ii.d"I H rulence! and consider! them.
.i with nod Wes.t ladii 11L!>s M.S: or if,I Igig' Ii :'t j i.the imlti'rrir'e, tint yivi are a mln4f,! than two l.undre.l dollars] in my pocket! eKes ihij! .',!in''i. or the iriercenarit-s of any
I the spirit < fmol.is }rltr'Htlirr tlB ('Xrru,;;:t. with ,' ii')unr, h"Mi--sily; s.eku".-.: i", ,' tu! : truth,. whihinduces about file !hundred! (il' \vlii'-li wisxJllhft I ; ] jn-...at i-i.-iii <.f tJi.V'c; 'bt or the Southiawho;:;:
-' o3 from :New Oile-'n1- ; "jiv i ;'d ihe! me t.i jjoiire yx.rr !!'tt.i or l!il' Il"'I'I.t -. whei: I re iciied! Lill! .!OIl. 1 to''k !led"tt 'I }hous- \ Hquv: m Inrcc phiteor soup pl.tpo*. m tax ;,; : tu w-h'ch i il, ;dlude<:. i .; :!I PI.'ct llt !llIit"s, ;!sell lc"oml \'nr.1! a; :\!tit they not only eivC 'tllcir pci-petual support -
i.f,.. I t T.itc/ioi; >, [nn4rv.. chf-set or v.iySht.s1' ;"- I>I.I I !./".-<., ho-iVt'V'T. t shoul! I re ,mlt'l'-.f'H.J I I;;ssjf.lnowiej ,? li.it i ':--ii* "%'v.'Me t'\ei in. thai niuce. ;:i but con c-nt to lie ilegnuled! pel scentedand
i ivh.rover ar/aiinu'-Nf' mv* !5rM a h(>i-n 1h_' :siibI i : .!: ::/! t Ill oi.iigaiiou; : to leply t to cvy <- det'Tinimd to --liC-tid f a year; in {:Idlio: :! icrtiu-ed to poverty and n;:ery, wi'.h
"1 \ ject: of invasion, fond the: enemy ,..Ill !fl'_' found i .- mail; \\1 il'l ;r.ayHck\ Hp.l I'iferind! inform si-hi/-F.. f.r Jhu chif'h-Mi! of'a pri- lt( family; !( teir'-i{ H'-; and childien{ u.enever* it Snits ,
{ !':lil1 in hr-ip' lying! l\. hiMiiliedsaiv, (II'I'KS..1 III" tlroi In: will con>i':ii'i* it true, and :with th" viewoft-ikinii: ( hue to fix on IIi)" f film the in'f-resty' the ambitio-i, or tL!' caprice or"
'-": !before the following) nmruinc'V gein-etn. ino sp\ "-ik ',t'1t as a i fact, unless f!CIlY it, I pio- lesidenre.: T"cwr'ITe! ; in dennnd their niHsior/ Is tins( the spirit v. !I-ith .Neur .,
;\ whom v.-e arc inrie'ucd' 1 for this: ::1I!'lrllniln! |!. td..;;t a I";ji1'! "! 0,'" position: as"iii]>ed iu \lm' ai.-d ld!i : ,'\"nl )proportions! 0111' fum 1 England}: ( inriilcativs i.pon) ]her ('Hlj;:ra'll;;
.. ;,;r 1 jrs sh-it heji"'htered! : .' 7'1; cock roicHIt' -:>'i. li'iter. In allusion. u> yoi r ;'rticle:: of theLMib 'h! ,. t'hy.: Her hiisb.tiid Iud.smi.1!( for riiihhen! ? I !kiioxv her I:;tter. She desix.:>
; ".* .single! night, hy I nH'a I:.": of the p-le rttot\\! L iiv-ici';i!!:..II'--/ /'/'/'.:' phi irt' *,,i/ mtilasf.s- uitl tInt the looi v. !lijch) hns ':. } t t., ,:Jln"- iilie"-ed obliga'ion; : of mine in ,' :';' \". !Ii?,' was \.'*. -><-cted to return! in :six P 'urll'lHe.I their; intrgriiy, and tlieir honour.
been boiled being thrown into closet{ tl 'ck- !: *\'our \i'"iiiitV, 1 ;I u > ;IY it "is; ;t si-bject,;! of iK'rith:.;, "'nd I thought liis counsel would! aid I If-ivp I done! less tit,\? have; I auttlMr. ?: 1

: !infested bv 1II(' eiiemv. the I place "'.1'; <1 ii!ited ;;1.1.f ;, .cnnxersniiou. .. in this; section: of tcojir.oii -r.. tr1!.- ir> jjvy future: 1IIJ"pmr-nts. This was; thecoMMoflii 1 Clay ? Have T ;!tt-'cke-Ufur: in his f;> -
I entirelv, in a few da I vs..! feat n'.iril! f>,;r.s I t:1q, :i'-' ; t:.rf. Jt1S.... ggtit't'Ill}: l'iieyed I, ; !'_ tati\r which induced! me to ac- mily orprlvnto concen. { Have I (:i-h"ii-
y Iieincrlr-ft tiled 1 UP!);% t]Ie ill.fJ.. v.d: 1 that I if I itfjer it to remain; unnoticvt!I", :, repi' :Mrs. r'livTs' otter of .v'OW) to live iu he-- .t'tl the secrets of bis fire: side 'I ILue I
'1'hMin'rl of the poke! root atnarts the You '":,IJ'lH! not fail to make! mac of tie tiff i fs'Miily ;l1d! teiirh her children! for one > ear, charui-d!:! him v.'ith ;7; nibling! drunkennes.lewdne.ss :-,
":' i cock -nrirh r -t.i ; tempted 1..1 oats itmells whenever" my "n IJJI( comes before theconuuiiuitv. {i \.';:ii'.l; could have obtained thrice: that Mill : or any oilier; privati' vice ? II.vn
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10 .. innocently, and perishes; ahrroM im.t ." Is this !l.v'v' yon dt-al ...'.il:: j L.... a srhtjol. Instead of being in a .siatv! ofsru I, in violation of every principle which hol1orabl -
!'}..:.li:1tl'1y.-Y. V.IVhat El'PlI. PII! f. \ reputations{ ;: 1 ])" you ju'dL up unirs i iujuoiis : : vjt.ti'nu., ; tags: iud mis;ry's* has been >or t. 11:1:11: hold sacred!, assailed! the \\ife of
'j rim:;" tn Sf'IU' f..1iow. dtiI'lh: 4'IH!'at; L-d ill .min- i :iinlnstii>fy ii'prcseiited, I }paid my bill of hisbnsoraonnn d1ilr ('5 me with iiu'sr?
(!Cr3 Paul ...fI.lcfmnt'I'. ,*' CMTiym' : public!I lIItH'SJd\ nines'1 off, and] lJll.>- 11 iare at roitlethw.iit's: } suiiiptuous,! t'-ibk! }purchased offenc:. I have not gone thiGU'ih society(
t ,< in about repairing to church on Sundiyiisorning nounce them! eujLJ''ritlOt evidence*. r.-vre- mo a suit of new clothes, and: 1ml $17I to hunt up 1 his: '-1)rtylta ohlipi.tions; ," for the
was inforin by his \rife that they! ly IM-IUU-V 111.-.,' have not I lii-: or inclination; f I I; poll, when I \vertto Ih l.: with Mrs. Cl=i\ .- 'nirpose (:f dr;,:!!'ijj.tH'W. } before the ]jul.!Iir.
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lull I no me.it for dnm.rl'TII': ('lIpOI1 hedesp to fl('my (tlil" ui'iliciou.s charge! I 'hat'oulti Tlieie ( faithfully di'ilruyed my dutyW:nd I It i.shi.s/ ///cacls and character only whickIJa"c
itched! his: bhck} man, Cofsar. :Jy ;\ mrc.igli- tl""I" ur'I.! i hi ids: ofri ( ''In't'vllich should! sayiliaIrrit.'d was rrnhfuTly' paid. Iris:; urged: to rennin been subject to my >'nim;>dvcrsion.
bar of kis, -c'nrraTtc hnov.n hy ihe ir'.mt? of ;o te I!; mail : : I at the bar: ,1111, von are longer: ; but the lime of Mr. Clay's return Even the! confidence,"", of our political inter
P-iLl, to borrow a piece of rJ'da= ('r which! charged uilh murder-prove your inn'1 was still{ uncertain.! Iras *6 years .dei! mulnnoorftirtg com c and correspondence v/as never viola
ire was dircced to r pnir to the church.: Tiiebhck c('m( r' or we. will: science! you to be bvn; ed: impatient: enter into business; tc.llty me until ha ::ct the example., !
fellow went for the beef but wis refused Thisisthe justice". : whicti YUM propox.rr\-: I tfl-n.f:;"ft' settled in (:eoiTetowl!, arid soon I!
"' on the Ground that his master had l '!nfiiMr; to mv. Na3; *, yon do not even tell obtained sufticicnt brLsiues s to !jed me a | I hope you do n->t v/iali to di-couraEro thr.tcnnrpme

alrcad'-bnrrowc'l 1 very often,but Irul .* +'_lc, t- me with wlnt lam charged T You say tj; .support.; I went to Lexinirton! the next: t tIHIiIWr ;; and I psrsevcr-snce which"&ie r ?
cd to pay C.rsar rcjn red to Churth, the me, h Yuu need Ill/ Pull, \ presume; ir.itat ..,\ to attend Court, and was taken sick character to New England.:: :0Like A farmer iuDur.stableis
refusal of the meat still running in his heidind itA.." You :111a1': 1l me ; 3011 sa3" there! Is'1; in Ir.... boarding; : hon e. A:; soon as I became : my thcr.; othei farners
: 1 t it so Inppened tint |ifct as he was entering charge a n-iust me ; and, H'ithirvnt} 11141 i riia i *s convalescent< Sirs. Clay}: sent her car- boys !in that section of the country, until I
i r !: the door, ]his master \rasr drlitiiv'upontiie me what it is. van call ((r me to ple'ufror ; gtriIty! rimy, and had me conveyed to her house. was 10 years old lilt ht l ws one of incessant -
: wor'ls of the apostles, and thus addressed t not e-aP.ty : and yCHI a-\o\r that youvill There I remained about three weeks, when toiL The free schools and parental! i-
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his l'arers-\\11 t does PTU! StY!" Ciesar' condemn me it' f dont.! YIIt"-m: thksk [ was able to return to Jeorgeiown. I :struct'on, furnished my only education. IJv* :
fl ')osn'j liimself mterrogated, answundVInt better of thiposition.] :: The right i! to assumeit I went to furs. ChaS: n-'t as a beirear, but as tie; aid of my father: and n'y own exernons!' I
S i f \ do Paul say T Why, he S\, ", he cant can oufy e\i.\vbtiru: tliw evidence ..01'a ;an ffjual \\iifriend.\ Mrs. Clay CuiuM( [ not ';as mILlcd to graduate at Dartmouth (,*ollege -
lot you Irib nny more meat, till you p.iy: up char.r- relative \t a pr.blic acS is within the fwdllli'H' nCI'HilH.'lllftHIl sending for nie,4ind ] at tic atre.. of "2\\, lieu the: PrcMdentaiwlProtes.sor. !
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\ tinoU .ror1"! exclusive control of the party areai'lnedr11It :} .. rffffse te? go. Yet, I was .!grateful : ranked me at the lied of my
I class. Tv.o mil{ a halt'years I studied: hiir
( her ftsr She
her hindne.-s.
to
-- in this case I waive nil exceptions.What : gave me
in (;! Otafl, and then migrated to the \Vest.When .
POLITICAL.A.IIUS may be the '-"-"subject? of common con no mom1}*,-I rjed"lllIIHI and a' krcl none.
versation, to \\\\\fyou\ = ailndo, I have not My bill :ft the hoarding ;house, and nvy doc llauded; on the Kentucky shore,them!
was not, so fur f ;:s I knnw face in the Stale
: KENDALL, E:5fl.CORRESPOSDE 1. the slightest roviception.( f knotr of fan tor's bill, I ]pai:1; mysr-lf] a
which! I had
CE. tree persons in Tt'ew Kngland: to when I Mi:. C'l.iy' bad nL 1 yft ;.:.yn:-,'h-l fiv.m Kulrop overseen, not a di op of kindred
i'f blood in the veins of
oile other citizen,.
o is' ura-ejTiiud O"hrgatillt.rrwo; t/f the ??. On KN! iAinse;|/iiem at rival, I wrolehim ) ( I any
LOWELL 6 nay
l\hss.July 18:29. .. Her electors
this }
lastwmtor
sent me to city:
three arc my cult venerable and belrA; d I father a .( 'ttHr, inwiiirh I f spoke Mr l I >. (''hiy's i ,
To Amos Kendall
} Esq. .. to lay her vc.te for President before the
SIR :- '!'cnt to you a ropy of the Lowell and nrotwr: ...11ho not live chin i eight L kiifd e.s< to me in stio Li{ tpr'nH.: : !.. v5d, in II her elected LliaIriuter nation -
Legislature
M .. Journal of June 41hin'v1uch( was an indirect miles of yoiT sideRce.. i'.5y (,hlilatiuns: to reply, that it was hot a poor icluin for thebenelits I ; me }1ii
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at their last session of four-
ten out
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I charge against yourself' in these words : them can never-be/ repaid tot they instilled I h, t
reCOl'wHttlecll11e ;-
; 1 """hen Amos Kendall} shall have discharged into me principle, aril accnstomod me to the sincere; I If he was, then neither he nor 1[, in the for
.'I; warmest twins: theofTicv -
habits which have borne hc considered! me urulec obligations' :
mile triniaphantlythrough ; -
his supposed public obligations at Washington any I I now hold : I believe. I may add, that
S it is hoped that his private obligations persecution and adversitIt will ,I tnmjOl'ity; of her people ; fiienI.si
-not only to his benefactor in the west, be but a short ride-.-20 io them alI risk if I ,FIt otherwise ; awl this feeling pre-ifis- : How have I gained this attachment are n y and
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r the abused Clay,-but in this ririnity, will there ever was any thing of ingratitude or posed 1 me to think! w..Jlof Mr. Clay' ,and readily I[ ? I 1.S it 1 bean by a rrpeious Coors promotion
1 be attended to with equal zc iI." From your dishonor* in my bearing; towards tlll'm.sk fall into the! support. of ids !political l r.f: ingratitude! : di.-honor! ami baseness; ? Can
nrnnor of treating this paragraph, it would lit I have not always been a dutiful and) affectionate = view*. Accordingly! WHen Fio became I II !.[ri poor and lonely Yankee rise by !such
,r; seem tit you were displeased with it. I son, ever ready to minister to I candidate! for the Presidency, F pausctl his } me.arts in the gi-noiousaMd I ] chivalrous \r cst ?
obligation their happiness, and, as far as possible, repay cause with alacrity and yeal.
take the liberty to inform you that the \. 1V(), no! There, is noneople under! tie suu-
t there alluded to, is a subject of common their labors of affection. \\Hie I left New England! I had a Hivor. ,who more cu ii.Ily. d.-:.,juse and[detest ingratitude --
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conversation in this section\ of the coun The other pro-s-orr to whom I alktde, is able opinion of John Quincy A1ruus.rlrilit: .;. anal ineanness th-sn t : the gallant Kentiickinns. -
try. You need) not he toM, I presume, whatit William M. Richardson, Esq. Chief Justice Opinion, was: changed; fy public documents, The t fact that they have thus si 3-
.,. i is. If 3ou shall authorize any one to say of New Hampshire. With him I studied anti trIO rfwawirtations| ; of iVIr.. Clay relative tanned and elevated me, ought to satisfy ll*
thnt: there is no ground' for the existence of law in Groton, Masc. and his kindness tome to his ciMiduct at ( lunt. I\Ir.\ Clay .considered -. ..neople! of my intixe .Ittl', that I t 1 1l'e; charpw
any such obligation, ?i sense of justice will has ever been unbounded. He lives in Mr Adanw his most dangerous! rivd, !hive ur'miimio! : .i in malice: :11111 l are circut.ifeJ ; --
require of me that I make the same exertion Chester, N. II. Ask him whether I have and agninstliim. "all} )h?*. artillery directed. byciediiliiy ;and! party :I en.
.to. correct the crroiicots report, if it be err been guilty of dishonesty or dishonor towards : I,n'1c1te a Dories; of bhct:. uddreVscd to Mr. I! Thf1! !.".b! Jong fvant.1 t t item Ri-v: K'tr



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4 .. .. __ z > the vain bl preventing exports of tho Cot Abncr.Hamlnond.- ah old Rovotu-
11.1\.* In mother I mi r<> \: i i.nadopted dope
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: .FO\\E\GN. Rod for of
.Statc. Returning to sec my I article. tionary patriot, a number year
111\B"f(1 in 1527, after an absence ofnc.nlv Fourth Bulletin nf the /frttsfch Army. Secretary bf State, in the returning froni

iI' 1 Brents iburttrn year*, thc hills, the tre'es"the Fnm the A'erc York Lwrinj Post, July 30. Camp before Silistria, May 21. this place to Ills ,residence on the oppositeside r

t't t''"* ()L'1 -sung f .'llflS; *eci"C". to Latest from Engl nd.--ny the ship Thomas The operations of the siege have alre-irif of Fishing Creek, late on Thursday

rocks f..nliliar frieu-N. As I approached! Uick.ison, C ipt. Anthony, arrived ibis begun and in the night of the 26th the first evening lAst, it is supposed was unfortunately

J.i' 1\.v..1t'm.II mansion, these companions of day from Liverpool, we ha\o received London puaJlclVas completed. In general the drowned. The creek had been muchswollen

1:1\; !xo'uhful (Mirjits scrmed to Mnilo: upon and Liverpool papers to the 18ib; ofJune. '.: enemy gives us very liu'e interruption i in our by the late rains, a and IB all probability

",;: urlcoinc! There} wen the very I work. In the night of the 27th, however, J t ho, not Having noticed pafticuhrly its

:;JI.l) l v/hirh me.I had; picked up acorn Letters from Odessa, of mho 24-h of May, I he attempted a sally ill pretty considerableforce ; height and rapidity, rode into it, and was
,
;ih'nuder the locks which 1 had lcap- state that Hart of tile Turkish fleet ban again !I. which vas chiefly directed against our washed} by the force of the current from his

' .ijjis, very when a upon child; I had no enea yotoutoflbe Dospborus and were pursued : left wing, but he was repulsed with loss. hotSe, Ool. Il's body, though diligent

-d and tht'n.played have changed more by Admiral Greigb, lyii' bf fore Shiepolis.: I General Roth is engaged in completingthe search has been made, has hot yet been
M
!.1i -" !m may There ma\ now be An article from the Vistula! dated May I union ef his corps before Koslaiidji. found.-. ilfed eville Recorder. I

t11.|..a.n. inanimate nature. of nativity entertning 28h, sits. the Emperor of Russia returned i The Grand Vizier remains in his camp atI The body of Col. Abner Hammond who '

; u-ts near the place towards my me which rocks: to St. Pctcrsbuigh .: the be inningnf J July.t i I Shumla, and has only an advanced guard al was unionun'ateiy! drowned in attempting to \
malice ,
: a vasdo'liud t tn',1 There war a report ihni tbe exportation oil: "larik.-l''llssian State Gazette, June 9. cross Fishing Creek, during tht taut freshbt, '
.. fp }l. I hope it i is not so. I -
]; (' of that i ri>hi from the kingdom uf Prussia: both by I was found (s-tys thrJ Milled cvillo Slates-
;. with the vi.-ible ininrovoment until the mfnof the 18th int. in the Oconre, several t ,
thy sea mid land, would be prohibited The 1 following is Commodore PORTCR'S )
i I 114 name
'('!il\n of Nt'\v Ciil'iid. n could be miles bow! thi and on Tuesday
pioHucpof! the approaching harvest account of .his haute with Banditti, when town,
town was
oJ'-. our proI'f-rous and populous 'I'ascertained. This strp was taken! all! ac- on his way from Vera Cruz to Mexico. last interred with Military and Masciiic Kojimrs. -

.:I'1I\\"n' : ill Xl7, I passed tfwy within bnsilirss hearingot'y.iurlK : :; coniii (Ifhp. lam inunihuioiis.J '1(;%ICMay 29ih, 1S2Q. Col. lIaniarlorirtus a soldier of the
ul 1 the
IN '
i urgency
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;niIin\iM'rtiui; ; uf i J t, The Uiissian! State (gazette u.is a story of I 1 have lot! yet bad an interview with .he Revolution.Savannah Republican.. .,.
> yourc'l'hr.ued -
r.n1c! pie\ented apei *. Four miles hc- :'a, plot 'o murder the King ;,I dimities, which I President, but shall to.n1OrrO\v. when I shall JT ..A.. -

improvement | bad been discovered and prevented. settle all matters with them and return home. At the Navy Yard, BrcblUyn. N. Y. after fc\f
vondmy father's, the Merrimack; Company i illness. Mrs. ANN CHAOSCET mother of Commodorc
day* -
: third of Ju'ie Spaniards
1 On the sev--n On hero I had a this! unpleasant
!jr \c )built another village.! The whole my way Chauncey in the 88th year of her age.
arrested the Frf m h autlioiiiies but
nveic by i and extremely dangerous adventure lilY .
"' ,,,,,mu, -v-farm*, houses, and f people, cxhibi-
!' the{ : tif La Rotpie, tvhichhordets it has done
near ; commune : good genius protected me as on
marks of i
: improve-
il l ho most grautyinjr
:: : on Spain. They were armed with other occasions. Travelling with a
.tun! and: increased comfort, since my emiivn. many & cS1br1.1NiSmI: .,... 6
nuns and pistols, and among limn was Gen. !friend aiid having no apriiehnnsion ol! danger,

: i Milans, who il was supposed was at Monf- wef nre suddenly( attacked by till ee Ban .. ,
been situated almost in the
1 H} d not -
< you
|u'lirr. The Paris Constitulioilel says, iliac I Ii I I ditti, being a i part of a gang of seven, well
"-.lst; ofper-ons and thitiL's: in which I feelft VOUT \Vxs.\C 'lJr\.
this Milan was a creature of the Count! mounted) and well annou1, with their faces;
I should j
inlniest, it i i. probable i -
-I'vpan
taken th trouble to write this D'E pagne, Governor of Cataloni.ami I blocked\ and looking more like devils than A H IU YE-D.
have you
not that he with the men under him hero, tried had time to torn
humnn beings.Ve merely 23rd. Schr. Florida taker
is. I
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August ,
letter. Yet Innr as it is, it but an ,
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on, mock insiirreciion ou thc froit- one; side of the road while they '
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.. of the )ointstnltrhe I hope it to got upa !ja linn on Tamoa; Bay. -
:nironie } lirrs of Cat.diuii.i, ;in older to induce ihc formed on the other. The battle commenced i 2tlth.-Schr.. Osborn l'ack.c'.q
do ,
-. ill IlJP suflirient; to omluV von to me jusinvulmh -
Constihitinnalists in the south of t his l at
Spanish by their captain discharging pisiol
and to that end Orleans, ,1: Qiiara'mine: ;
: .VOM pionme, think you Fiance, to cross the Spanish line ind join 1 me at the distance of a few paces I then ENTERED.

.,.'-o at liberty with the to inirle dKpo.of 1 ; condition it as, that you, ifyou i th 'ir supposed friends} when they miyh: be fired and should have killed him, hud not his August 17h'-Schr. Sun, Caro: New Orleans. -
; : : I
p'r delivered to Count D'Espague. horse thrown his head and received the
up '
up Assorted to L. Lessassier J,
it entire. cargo ,
of it
publish. : any 1 part t, you I publish A Paris paper of June 13th, says, We. ball in his neck. He in a great lage tired I Martin, Austin & Finlay, and to Older.14A .
Idler '
condition of ) ,
In the ; )ar; y .11'1"0-
have no important news fioiu the theatre of again at me and missed me-by this timo all \\' Putter dice Nurful
.
,. '.to .1.-,t "" .t-Ill; .1.. mo ;-l..>i ;jut iii'< sigh{ I It n) ,
U t '1'eu1,1'm" .'' I am ''cndf\orin" to men- :I war, the Sultan has gone to his Cii.:ut ; the I the: I pistols of the Banditti: were dischaigt-J as stores for the Navv.

h'r-." I l harm)' of the (anted Vizier is concenhaiingbeiiind well as those of Ill) friend, one of my (pistols CLEARED.
out; to fit : I Slunula, while he Russian HI my is was loaded and l I charged with uicnd infimoirj .
my 2"2nd. Scl.r. St. Antonio Norris
In concluding! mine, I Jan; (' to observe.i.u I Auguet ,
.! I hope! my fidelity and! zeal in correct in,jr pieparing I for decisivo measures ou \lwt.ft! them, they fled and 'vf pursued, when :New Oleans.' Cargo, bricks b' C *
hank of the Danube. Till Siij!i >hii has fdllcu lisp captain suddenly wheeled his hoist, J.
tblS.v, endeavoring to bring delinquents I Thompson. ,
tn justice, mpy not prove to be the motive of into the huiif.'s of Clue RUSSianS, \\ e nuisi" not passed) my friend and came dim ectly al mewilh SAILED. .

in.i, .,;.u'hnN in availing! their.selves of rxpect any great military nioxemeuts. It his sabre to cut me down] waited jln;ust 2.nb-U. S. Schr. SI.ark, Lieut.Commandmi .
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should: } seem from this thai lie( story of'th1. metly' until ho came within six feet of me
Webb ormzo.
tlctio- on a
rom.ibi' and malicious to
rumors: : *
.. : abandonment! of the sicgo- of Sihsiria hitS not : wlH'u.I shot him through the body, he fell\ ------ ,
d( tvov. 111dl. trader. :*nd lest en mv usefulr.e -
been coafinncd.I'iris ( on the neck of hi* horse, and they boih came FOR ALE.L
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datc-s of June Hh: say, that'he to the ground together. Isis cornprininiit
tit obcdi.Mit servant. \ BARliAJN: he had.
With} : re<-I'ct, your fray Ijy
& Tuikish fleet wJiich had into the Black after
con.i
<, > "iMf this heca Inc intimidated, but a apt,') tug soon, in the subr-tanlial and 4
Amos Kendall. Sea, hastened: rciurn Jo the Bnsjihorus, ouIcMiniiig I. fitth'' seeing an intention on tiiuir }part to Nell built sl'"lj'

: that the RlJs ian; :quad: ten Ittil sailed "
-- I charge against IUP (my friend being occupied PI.OUGII BOI ;

j to meet it. Afier this ictrcat, the ounnrtnder in fmihing the captain who twins not quite(1etd,11
GAZETTE. I t I 101 runditiuits apply to ihc subscriber.
of the Russian fleet, sailing, a1un2) ttie :I seized a small fowling piec which Ellen Foster. ,
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Pcnsacoln. August! 20, 1S2!>-29-Ic.j
'. Turkish: Tr.mspoHs. C.ipt.I SL- llott .ky them to retreat ; this left us masters r 4

AT.V ." / "/ went as far as the dock yard o!' Penderac'ee, of the field.Vo look po cssiou of the I j Arlininistrator's Notice. l .

> V L and after: a wa' m cugag-pm"t' ucce I niTAIAN Srnr. has uppliru' tome for
burning in the port a JIP V slop of 60 gun, thorn to the Alcade Magislialu of the next j IS.\C> of Adiiiiniitriitiort the eftate of t

wr just! ready) to sai!. Adni'ual Jicig: g relumed village-the villagers turned out aimed and I Gcoige Kntli dcct-ased. These ate lo notify thosbtouconied

io S'.7.fbo': !'. gave pursuit, when! so on meeting five of the thai! after six weeks I stall grllnt l letters. .

r IVlercantilc! b-lteis from Constantinople gang, they killed one of them. It is a most Thos. 31. Bush,

say, that the Fiencb General Hullot, uho fortunate circumstance for us that we did not P.J.C.C.W.C;

lately arrived il-eie avid the inttM'.iuii: of f-dl in with the Mole gang. If we had. I I IIolr..c-s' Vall.y August 14th, 1829-29--Gr. .

.-. ------- ----- entering the! Turkish service, bus been appointed should! 'not be alive tot;elr f the tale. My I

=" by the; Sultan Chief ol the pener.d iced] ( tr. Coardoian) received a severe TO THE PRINTERSOF
l'r' : \COL.TFE"D \ V. AL.ilT: i:>tli, lr;Q9.Vicaie .
staff. ..1.0 Turks consider lliis Hcnuisiiion I sabro uouitd in his !U Loft firm. THE UNITED STATES.OF .

I nna\niJahly compelled to i .*:JC our paper I IIII. as highly v.ihmble! as the General i is rcpreen I It! DAVID PORTER.
late the |>rices of all the materials used hi
-I ;\.':>!; on a finnller sheet than u<:tial. The Agent iI i <: !rd to .lu-m as veiy ilislmguished uei,:c'r, I making Priuhn? Types, have been greatly

.t Nov.Oi leans in forwarding: our supply' of paper &. has pnmMied i l hy his (onll''c.tiuns ill Fiance I'I'I Flontthe ll'adungton Trltgraph, reduced and the facility of manufacturing great-

inndfja mistake in the"izc."eha'c tlkpnmca-I I lo cn ;aue manv other officers to serve the jlpplli/llmellts by the Presidents : ly incraasrtl. Tin Subset i!>er therrfurp has beeainduced
: i lo make a proportiouitMe reduction in the
: :res to have the mistake nrrorred, and hype in two Fort P. I Daniel C. Croxnll, of New Jersey to be : ,
: |p uiof which, from the first of April, have been as
crthroo welts: that the ta/:,'ttc will! resume its ac- It is mentioned ii: the extracts from Brussels COllwlof the United States, for the }poit ol;; ;stated ;in the annexed list.

l11;tl'lmj appearance..linos and (j'-imaj! papers, that ;ail! accounts i Marseilles in France. 1 I The character c f the Type made at this; Foir.idiy

agree in statin" (ib.it the Turkish infuniry John Jatksoi, of North Carolina, to be i: is well known lo the Trade, who are :-tnl1ied tha't.in .

KiX'liH r.j.-Thcconespnndenre which have much unproved ill discipline dming ibwinter. I Consul of tle! United States, for the Island repaid to the qualify of metal, fin lib, cad '
tleviiliuti haS been
made.
... II'II'I durability, no
rfpuhli h on the t-econd pace of:his week's Ga- Thu Portn has rommibsioned the I of MaitiuiniiH.Williafh lie has on hand a complete assortment, and can

:'I'I'.(}!"iiulft..J, in a charge, advanced by the Editor I Pacha of Smyina to buy SC\ eral steam boals'l Daniel Patterson, of New York, supply any quantity on a short notice ; he will tae

,.::ir I/r.vel! Joorti.d against the prlratc character ofK4"Irdp11 through the ajjencv of English house: io be Consul of the United States at An- iuppy: ( to receive the Older of his customers which

.V" Sultan is said have outers will have iinmediiitc adeniion. Merchants who
.I" ; F'yuire, the present Fourth Auditor. to given positive werp.I
have orders from abroad, can have offices coals:
:.tr. l Keitd-ili's Idler completely refute the charge lo free tho European const of ilu- Black Sea there nilh presses, and f'\ try dung necessary for 11

;:,air'-:! him..f bane inrratitude to 3Jr. Clay-whichiru f from the t'lIf'mVhac'er it may cost. The: I Cousuhhip at Liverpool-The New Yoik I'liniin E"lalli,hmeni, set ia the most perfect I

l I'4-'nn reiterated again. a,ail1anl in the absence 101000.lbauaans, lately arrived li-nni'1hes- American (-?lIti Administration Press) makes :na' ner.

'I:i' :ii'! tridictioi hus settled d.nvn in the mind* ofi".nyfncr.ds saly, wore i/ered/ towaids Siz' Jlli. A i the following statement of the proceeds: of 1'ublisners are requested to give this advertisement

of the pre-MMit administration as trne.tt'e paragraph dated Ficnlifrs of Wallacbia, this office ill former years; by which it will:l :a pavmeur place ,in 2 dolFais their ,papers in Type a fed, or) times in the. ; selllemcht jo receive --

have always objected to the appointment of 3Ir. May 7, Males that the Turks had nmde an seen that tl.-yir amount has been enormously of their dtconnis.. ,

K. and. objected solely on the ground of his iugratitu'ie unsucrpssful .Tttempt) to penetrate into LittleWHlbicbia exaggerated. Richard Ronaldson. : x s

Mr. they were beaten back by the Fiomthe 1790 to 1792 there was no
to Chy..c however rejoice that we year PRICES.-At six months credit, for approved
Wfmistaken, and most cheerfully give all the pub. Co saks and Pandours. account ; but the office was piohnbly a cause: paper, or at a uucou'n: of' 5 per cent for cash. .

:'f.i ; \ iiMiur power to the Corresppndem-e. The lets I According to the Hamburg Reporter, the unrequited expense to the incumbent. Pe:-.rl, pPr lb. $1 40 Engish, $f> 22

T-'r (,Mr. K. is well written, and cannot fail td im- letters from Bucharest rrpiescnt the city ina From 1793, lo 1812 the average income Nonpareil, 0 90 I Great Primer, d 3$
Minion, 0 70 Double Pica, 0 34Brevier
{"">-" the reader with an exalted opinion! both of hieiiojd state of the mmosl despondency, and state I! \va> (873 per annum. 0 r c Do. Great Primer 0 32

!'ul IM* heurl.Sailiisg: that all 'vho have thin means of doing, it are 1'Yoai; 1813 to 1817 the average Income I Burgeois.! 0 46 I Large letter, plain

I prept' in' to leave that abode of ;pesiilcr.reand : wag 8306 pcrauuum.F Lone' Primer, 0 40 Scabbards and .
of the Shark. rnisriy, and\ Beak refuge in Transylvania.Al I *"11atll'ict., t :W' l Quotations; 0 30
of'hifh !
1318-during a ly3t
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( i part year Pica, ) I
Kalaf.U: according to the letters the i
TI-eT. . Turks h.d been in
to
".'H..:. raiif'l 1 Horn this pert on :Sunday:: I last, on a : repulsed nn attempt j was $2j'.J':: I port mably reduced. .
enter Little Wyllachia, but in the vicinity t Old Type received in payment at 9 cents per lb.
ruize. I From 1819 to 1828, that act being in full _
of Varna they bad succeeded in cutting off i -4 '.
List of Officers. too Russijii cavalry irgimenls. ope..iIlUII, the aveiage income was, pdrannui A FRESH: SUPPLY u ,, 4 :

Lliyttnnnt CGm;irn+l' ;.-Thoma< T. "\Ve1.b Them is a London paper of the iS'.h in : !, $q. ,21. 0' Fashionable ;5UMMEK ..CLOTHING, jnttftrircd. ;

I.hnlt..1i"l:.! .-Charles IIHery, i RolJClt }J. Jone townvhich, states that the Russian have and for talc :>y iheCOXSlSTIJfG. tJudeuigm- 4.,'

.".'-,rco:;.-omttJ.! HoI,). I extended their blockade! Jo the tvholo TutkI Tbo following i is: Mr. Southard's reply to OFBlack
11usFt'li1rl.-\"illiam C. Ch 11tI,1ti'i11'r' C. i the letter of Dr. Wat kins, published in the liniAii, and Green. B'xCoatees & I.
I coast, including SmyrnaAn / .
:; Gazelle of this 11th h tPlIILADELriHA. and Frock Coats, .
:
,1cnrtr,11'illiatn II. F. Toulinin :)
Inskeep Henry ; article from Rome of mho SOih May I
t'1:111! ;; 1st May, 1829. Angola, Circassian, mid Fienih Lincn do. with a
1.crrv. I says, that daily eariluiuakcs till thy inhabitants I variety of
G tntlrr.-John S.cDnna! of MOllIe Albino with consternation SIR *-Your letter_lo m.pR without!. sigr.a- \
,
,'i1lur! : .-John llic-klc. and an eruption of the Monio Cavo was apprehended lure, dated at this place on tins day,- was t t :PAHTAr.OC rJ S & VESTS

( :pt'iiii's (?ere Hamilton L. Cook received by me at the Post Office this I the '
The water in the two lakes fell suitable for l seasou
1rr'sStwurd-EbenezcrB. morning. enclosed the statement dated While and Brqwn Fienth linen, drilling, C4'J
: Scot 15 feet, and the trees began to wither mid
Boston, 27th April, 1829i which you inform- ton, Grass, Buinuazeeu and Fancy.JACKET'S. .
smoke in various .
'I places.Mr.
Tii! >\>w York papers oft!.? :30th ut.! : nonncot I Pod nm was addressed to Mr. Harris, Navy :

t b' death irciiaile Gilfert well known in the The O'Connell was making rapid] progress Agent at Boston, and forced from you at that .

p t R"'nloiIJ.. He was the late lessee and managerftl through the county of Clare, in Ireland, on places I have read both your Infers and Fin ', plain'; and aimed Htfrtl shirts i Black ital-

? ., IJowcry Tiieatre in that city. His death arc his electioneering. The streets from I the stat nent with car'ebut ca'nnot coin'plywith ian cravats and stocks ; silk pocket handkerchief, r
I II. ,irk and cotton' Hosiery ; black I horse skin, Beaver
rears to have been singular and unexpected. The town to town as he passed along, are said to your request to' eon&'rnr the slalemcnt. and linen gloves ; silk, cotton and worsted suspenders ;

('4Imntf>rr al si)n ; i I hfe literally lined by the population. The I am not able to gather from it with any certainty ; h!<4ck, white and seal lints, of fine qtialit f!

"Ul' died literally of mnduoss,1 produrrd people are described as in a state of the most what tho allegations! against you are ; ties, nad latest fashion, with a general supply of ;

almost instantaneously on hearing that Mr. I' extraordinary excitement. Sir Vesoy Fitzgerald nor deos my recollection serve me to give BOOTSAND "

Hackett had taken the Theatre wild which} I I I is i his opponent. The Dublin Evening any satisfactory answer.Whenever I shall .

he liad been so closely connected ftom its t Post says, that there is an ascertained be accurately informed cf the charges which \k iiii ;i. JIe

Tound-itiop.; Thn plircnzy carne suddenly I majority in favor of O'Co/nnell. are made, I will promptly and cheerfully SHOES 4'c. .

'i rd' icrribly upon him, and continued without I There does not appear to be any improve answer upon every point, according the J. O'N eill.

abatement until this nmrniiig, when he t' ment in the trade of any description, hi the truth and my recollection. Any other answer Pensacola May I2lh; I82a.:=14tf. .

urop| 'il' down dead lie neither ale, nor :'I manufacturing districts throughout Great you would( neither ask or expect! me to . .... J

>iepi, r.orvas he undressed for six or soVen I Britain. give. I (have only) to aid| hut( ( sincerely 41\TTBD I

days-bra paced ,:is room, watched and I Great fears are entertained from tho con- hope full investigation will prove that you ,

guarded; by five or six men, to prevent vio- tinued heat and dryness of the summer, of are free from just censure. THIS
AT OFFICEAN
!lt''uce upon himself. Mr. G. was an active I short crop of jmtatoes! in Ireland. Largtt I ani Yours-4 ac. ,

town, of great musical science and taste and t i! shipments have been made to Liverpool and I. SAtM'L. .L. SOUTHARD. intelligent and active Boya-i an aprree= ; : ;.

1 ro!y )oC1' of no mean: reputation. o'her {11it.ccq.an.l. there have 'been riots, ia ToiiJ/\fj VVATSt.vs, Esn. tirn to the Printing business I J Ji Il


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__ ._ : : - -:- I I FOR SALE. 1.I NOTICE. S :I t ALElUa.ET'S .

POETICAL. QfRfSij th tlcrd'gncd! !!">. ttved ii.Mrurttori; i I

--- --- $}Q4j ILf.Ja) l\ o icD Q : vJl pfcver.t: or IlUlmh'Ihe culling ol' valuabletitnbti : I COLUMBIAN SYRUP.

upon the Public Lands. Ibc e il: tIUC- I r .
R.: :aIY "I.id,
ON PALAFOX STEET, I tionsteid Ot only In Live Uah and Cedat.! tut, A lute pn-ti-it iii)cli siipriort.tr
I t, )w ;lIu '" 'Jr tint cf the F.IU.ICC. for
A to -Tirnt *i of deMiipticn tnki n Glum tl : U.r cinol -
I Ijusir.ms every ( 1'.1.- (
well fitnated for r.nd residence together I tie f< U''-kir.c cis"I ell, viz :
f lie Land lire 1UP\ o eofShipliJlS. for the
wnh4t> feet bunt, IOU dcrp, in the rear 80 feet l'ul use
,I A" breadth. For couditirns: npj-lv to cf Sow Mill{{ &r." It is to be uudersrrndhowrver" I' :NK: ( ROblS.: (orclTection of the bones )1IiGG'S .

thai the. inttiuclicr.s dt. not Rp|,ly to timber used! for EVIL .(SCROFULA,) WRIT SWU.L..NC ;
Wm: McVoy.Pcnsacola fttel or fci plantution ;j-ui pouf *>. I CA\CEP.uV5. hi.d iuvetrtstl. ULCERS
August'10th. le29282r.NOTICE. Bell' D. ;
I" Wright, LIVER and BILIOUS COMPLAINTS ;

I II U. S. Attorney. RHF.UMA11C arTecticns ofthcheitl&SS'9Fl'1I
For the Pcnsacofn Go:<1':. Penincoln. 7ov 182836I..f.r I. generally ;

iSbiVG."The Vow and Evening', ,., BE Copnrtnel ship !''leietofnre exiiting under ULCERS of the MOUTH nnd THUo\T.
: .II the firm of Hiiim'f & Gales is by mutual consent I
te. Hour." this day dissolved. Those having demands NOTICE. :' SYPHILIS, and all other diseases nrisb-a j iu till
will theoi It is |improper me of WEHCURY.
unid
t I AIR.-"Oh, nove never mention him. pjrainst Finn please present .

San I forget that evening hour, deemed quite unnecessary to add, that those .indebted ASH general ilopurfitiye H Jic':f the
will confer a particular favor by fceirliog fl'FElU.Y blood, tfcis i iru'r'ly possesses !invaluable! powell i.
That hour soeofily/ sweet; their accounts. Y inipioves the appriiir, and ln,Ii nlso ih a reinajkajjjeffvct

When fresh'ning dews hung on each gorse, of depriving the skin of that yellow bUicrj

E I T'natbloaFontcdatuur feet. tint, \\ hich u so coomon in biliom! constitutions}
., over the Esctimbin River (known fcy the name of '
When hand in hand.we gazed npo'n CottOI.'S Ferry) has been put in complete r'l'a ir.l'erson8 J. ALHKIKfJT
The business will in future lie conducted l !'
1-
The stars above! our head, wishing to Cross said River, will |.lease .riiGrtleltdtic.
Samuel Gates who keeps Ins usual good supply aptly to The pro:,itlot, in ofTerinhis CVi,
N And heard the gush of water near, Pensaccla} August aId, 1829-28tf. Andrew Mitchell. SYRL*'" to the public furnishes a few of the C.MBIIT aa.st,

Roam 0'er Us pebbly bed. remarkable cures, performed by the tame, in .
Pensacola, August lOih, 1829- S-St. of its superior remedial tes'j.rnony
NOTICE.ALL ,
poweig asglvel> |hula
---- -- !hv !
Can I forget that evening hour iPspict.ihe persons residing in difFurent!
.persons ii-dtbtf-d tl> Major Byrd C. Willis! of the United States parts
} FOR SALE as a just meiii
11 dae
like Dove
When murmuring a to the
slave hue il to make
ar eauu> requested same, as well as being the means of
t Thy lips breathed out a gentle vow, immediate payment to A Good secoiid-Yuuutad Gig tlirir (fiilow:I creatute" who ate similailt coiivevinJ(1 I ..fiiietrd .

A vow that Fpoke of love John Jcrrison. huie. speedy und elTeuual innedj-
WITH HARNESS COMPLETE aware. in:,!
The bower, the hour alike were dear, Agent/ for B. C. Willis.Ponsncola many medicines ate at this tit.e distributed "OOlit
AND A' FIR ST..RA 1'EGIGBIKORSE. ll.e country, held forth to cute Ci Ne.b .
,,
J .s
And brow ,,
on thy snowy ; Aut 10, )829-- 2831.mARSHAL'S which 'have ,0
they not the slightest infi.ience.
Oae timid kiss of truth was mine, of which they had tried seine
previous to the' use of I tilt
,; 'Tis past-and where art thou ? SALE syrup ns may be seen by their own Mlest.itor.s

The medicine ;is so highly reputed by some
.Win Brosnahaw, ) rat Ihc|
i I dare not ask-I do but wear v.. I pbysicmnk for the cine of various diseases tint to
Apply to
.'. The brok<'>links of joy, 7.tno Philips Adnrhris:ator ( EXECUTION o* DE- the p-opnVioi's own kro"1t'lrt', ten grutlrn.! Of

1 TVhile love clings round this beating heart, of Joseph Philip deceased, f cr.nc is ClM.fCERV. W. IIasellllllnt.PPII the medical fHultyHI'C I induced to t-y it in ejj-)
and the unknowuie.rsof said \ H.oTI!, 7th august i. 18'29.-28-:3t.WHISIIEIT eases, to which they fit"-tnselirs: had been snljpcf
And lingers to destroy. JIN I and found trri-ai hi-ntfit tine its u:i> r, n.....,. ........:___'
Joseph Philips. -- -- --- yn"\II.
J And chilled remembrance whispers me, virtue of H relit of rzecnlion to toe directed l"t' larly, fuihg! in AH.'nto vi. N. J. wIir\ r tli'olutlon: !

As oft I tread thy bower ; the Hon. Snjieiior Court, for the V/esleMi Dis 1 COt: FEE WIn I threatened hy a severe attack of lint r,.,?.

t That like the stream thy love hath pas.' !, liirt of Florida, I till sell at Public: Auction, at thr plain' which had previously resisted his own tit-nt-
place of holdinjr C"in in IVnsacola, on thr ment, was in the course of a few weeks rtsttreil j
Thy vow and evening hour. SEPTEMBER to lire I 1str.rxt DAY OF
K. ; The nhirh
'. accounts have bren roasted from
I :; nt 12 oMorl:. M nil the Unite, lit:'P an ::
------r !! lest oi'Zeno Ph.!lifts u ns Administrator and heir at : AL t L tlio fund ..4r0t. f.r.cI..t Lj tlto or.>..,., _.,. .:-*?;
t. RATES OFKESOLVED WHAnrAGrJ.: !t Law of Joseph Philips;; d"cca ed\ ; ns HSI> all lilt cient to compile e.t this time an octavo vnlun.e of

6" by thr President and Dir .OIK of;j I right' tiilp.nd interest ulheI6fhf! unknown heirs GIBER.'SD I upwards of two hundred (pages to enumerate aU!
t. ( of the! 5id JfSfph Philips in said bill lonipiaiutand the CUI"S.
that after the 20Si! instI .
} I{ and !l"c'l I im-mioufd, in und to 'lie ( Bags Domingo and "
r f'f' following IIa-1 The! dose of the Columbian "
the following rates will be charged: on all vci; t.slaying Syrup, are judiciously
I I of land to TitOnf' undivided hall ofa tract
tracts ,
side the Wharf. j proportioned 1, and nd.iptttl to the nge andstleugth
along }it'I' d.y.VsfeU I of I. mi of 400r.rpeii( silnHtcd about a mile N. E, oJ! vana Coffee, .-f the human system It is so perfectly
f nsicol.i, ni.d bounded N. E. by vacant l lands, S. innocent that
no evil efcects need be
o5 G ions & oat ccec'lif10; ( tunsiIJ &U FIFTY BARRELS apprehended:
I', Ricl 1 S the of Pciisncola and N.V.. end
Ii) 20 0 75 by hny ; '\ from it, when taken agreeably! to the direction.
f \V. by thc: :SJayouTcxar, "excs-ivr! : of the ?!iortB." It be \without
1' 20 30 1 :C5 may g any apprehension to the
t <. 30 40 175: TWO bundled ai pens of laud, 5tnated;i about sit RYE WHISKEY, mos! tender! infant, or feeble adult.
miles! mot cor less, N. E. from Pcnsarolo, hinl II- MKOICAL RiCOMMENDATORY: NOTICE
40 60 2 pl) :
t .. 60 K>0 i 25 bout 4 nstlrs from the mouth Bayou Toxar, in Ihedirertiou One hundred and Fifty Boxes Having tee ,inmended tl.e use of J.ltbright's
; of the o.?st bank theieof, und the COLUMBIASVKUP" in
J
;
own
(item r. 100 130; % .0 j my priyaK- jr.-cce
4 I, allover 150 3 00 Ea't bank of the Creek: known by the name of j, PORTER, ALE, & CIDER. [ fur neatly two y">trs, and having uiiiivii Oij i '. ;!c-

On Licensed Dray or Cart, 50 cents pet (Indian Pass and bounded thereon on the South.1111'j FOR SALE BYVanbaim [ cided clticncy in many cases which had prriu ulresibtod I,
.. ;.. h.every \\'pst-on alI!! other bidet by vacant lands. The the usual )l'melli I. 1 now wilh ini<( h |I'k"

; j:JOUI Extract the Aftnues I Ii I I fiiV tneniiom-d tract was originally granted by and Wilson, sure give my testimony in its ("vour, and) "ill! quotea
from
,t I Morales to Mnnuel! finn.aler in 1607-the last WHS Prnsacol.-i N'vpml"r 17fl. 1S'-'g few of the most ieinarkal cares petfuimt-d( "by
i : J. G. Drake, Secretary, : ;anted by Murldts'nJotut B. -xan.1ro in lir1"*?. I the sam* which rr.inr under my nalire.

r Venscol, Augu.t 15lh, 18 P.-:!9-:ii. They have btrn !Ic\ it.,1 on lo satisfy laid Execution I B ANDY I Mr. John Hiucklv's son, Abington trwnlip,

I and CO"'. Moii.gouicr county)', Po.-ofulcprl1litn of the mouth
: TO THE PUBLIC. A. Gordon, I \Vines & C. and Iturati: and \iolent inilammaticu of the eve .
1 the disease: II.M! tlr
TAKE 07767:. .Marsha : iioyed ilie soft parts ot the

all Taxes on Lets, Si.t'c;, J/ouscs, &('. .MARSHAL'S; UFEI IOII London Dock throat and roof tit the month that it hid "Ii tie

I 4 THAT. HIM to the City of Pen,-tc..la, ..fii. the i'Pnsaccla.6'OFFICC." SuIt't, IF2qI ? t II C'1-eir.rtte Brandy ditto!: I the! bones nnd made its way intd the nose.-Itlitr.Ii'ary .

a I first day "I September next ; I Ioltall; proceed against .' Crgns1. do. Peterson, Wilmington, Del of confirmedHcrolula
under uliich she! Inboured
tuteeyears.
nearly
rcea'slc loan Ordinance uf the Corpora O'd! JIf.I..jntj,
1 le She had extensive scrofulous{ ul!1.lli""i
[V tion dated 21st Jd ua'y 192.>. CLOTIIII\G Obi Sli. do.
-ny on the left fide of the neck down to hc.'r bican the
Jacob Rickctt. '. Old It hl. 5ti! Prref ;
} Wliiskry, ,
SHOES.M I >brcabt very JT.lhh: enlarged ; hrr Itfr arm swolfru/
BOOTS ANI
iA1r'Sf
f T"ri 'rtiL'ctOr FOR SALE RITa11bau11 _. fti.d nsclegs; and her head on the r.ifectrd title rr

t Wnvor's Ogre, 15th At'ff. t2:9: -.jl.A '. ;j. ONE ILL \T and Wilson.3r I dining on the shoulder! and! violent! pain Iher
sstem.. General Thomas Snyder, of Rheumaticnliecticn
AL PUBLICO. '.-. f :>nrtr'>! I AS j'l't I'' hi d a fasLionahie! Hssoitnu-nt oj ._ followed by on obstruction of

t i A1 liE ccnfnrmeitta a una Iry dr CMC (''nbiUlocha.Jl \intt'i and Spring I I the nostrils ; severe pain in the upper Jaw, iKifx.ing .!-
) lt2.r. ;: "" from the note over the cheek bones ; th*' cnpek*:
dfc Enero de al rif.nn
II << >, prorVdr-iv
C.t.: (gJj 'U a'j' TO MARINERS, xhibltirg: high mate of in ,.mIll liHu.'a
;, ( : reins; bre Sl'.Jici, K:< IHVOS, Crifmli .n. _

; is &,c. &c.,.doliiJos ala Ctudud!: F'auz.icnia! which lie ufiVis (:..r sale low fur ra'lh, : Large 23ilfG"2f& havebeen moored In stiuciion Icntine Borarf tit'the of itlrrration loss of of the urncll left .w..fl d I. r!>- .
dri de! piimcr| dia de! S'-piionbre, j.rosimo. 11'1\1'[ : ChRin.H I..aditftonl the Gaff Stream, Same ; diti.cultv of
AE bieathiiig, and of the 1
WHICH severe
AMONG pain
Ollcieadcl! Correydor. Ag-nto 15.'te j 1823.: ; u.rotipli tI.eIlrthourof! KEY WEST, {iuto the Day system-Mr.
Jacobo Rk-kotts Black blue, tnu\\ n ind o'ive' drees and froth su- uf iMizicn. V,-s'i-ls tii at.il.g94 tart water and. Mnsick's wife, son and d.iuphter, ; Mrs Mustek ctCliror.ic ;
RhclIlUalim.1 ih t: Lich she had
!Snbiw] ,! "' ,!la and New () been'
botif.d to 1'1*" < rl lretls, canhv
f.'obrmI1J1' tc dcrechc I afflicted upRrda oTstxtrcn pan her of scald
?. petfinecluth&t 3'' ; son
Inftillou difiMtiiln
ol">< I' illt ( ing (Puss tI..u 1i
V- W SiAVISO PA'NTALOONSeHfllI head, and lal' IIIt'r of oil.otic aeectiotefthe
a. Clci'i.iel I ,vih i: pei fc-ti s.i.'cty. nut thus avoid 'J
J cord, cns>inct, ,;:';Pillg. and ciir.issidn: do. guns and Iisrh.uge; fiom thelpft ( ar.-5i!>, ht'liSIHHe's f
I l'e up ile tcuioujiid I : <;Hiig<'i' )8acoJa Gazette Reading Room.Proprietor sOn of eirions; nflec; ;n of the shin ; IKMV
VESTS it i j" ieci umiidcd AlrtSieis; of Vessels to utter
Ihe nholc of the shin ui.-.e was ilestrnvrd, J-.It ..'t:i.fV
:L has {rem Buoy to l'uy, keeping close ;o them on either
of the Peusitcola Gazette
;EjLIIC; v.ilrntin{ with many of the smaller bones of tic lit Mr.
i plain \black and figuifd sik: velvet, loilj- :.IIiT.'y .ire aiooied in the d""I.t"Sf uHtpr
opened a net, f.my mid plain silk, blue! and! hl-ick dtl It.With nn.J earl be distinctly; eeu from ehdi 011,<<:1'. Tiit- .Jan.foS i\t'\linn! of liter comjdaiut nnd flnttir-' : I

: READINGb ROOM a'a'I.tyROUND; of b! -!nrntg9. o: ilic Ru"ys arc as follows! : which !be |bad| tipwHso? ofr.inf' ralS.-,11': Pr'. i 1

.. JACKETS The lit liuoy*. Ihe-iMiiramc ol the Channel an.I of tJ.viHlfd Aorr m"ulh amt throat, and 'bet II-I.::H.ter ,.

;. I w Pr.i Papers from every part of the United Scales lit 'HI\_ in the lilt: [,our of Kry Nest,. brats fioin ofsrriMula.' Besides the diseases abi-v. mi.meiaied .
ere recnlarhlrrceived, and fip 1d i.n rdinitly! afT: i'ine fulled and plain lust linen il.c: Light House on Key West by Courpnts N. I prescibed tht- Syrup niih gu-At S;.'-Ll'io3

the! arrival of the Rlml SHIB.'I'S : W. by \V....,(, dUMnt 1 i.ii;.'. in mercurial cases and recondary sy-hls.;
2nd bears from 1st NY.. In giving this testimony of the mH itS ai the
Buoy tilt Buoy
f TERMS. luck, chick, cotton and flannel; do North. by "Coltiml.i! Syrup" I hare divested; myl..nr..ige

F.i;ht Dollars per tmnuni, pnyaMe! in :rdv.nce.w BRAWBRB. 3id. Cloy bears from IIe2d Buoy, N W. ei.lirely of technical terms, the Letter to"b( rjdr-
For the accommodation of' those Gentlemen Nort1, derstood>y those, to whom it is intended totoMevHi

9 whose s''y in the City may lw linear tsiii, sr.bsrrip-j Buick Italian silk eRA v ITS, 4>ii Buoy bear from (lie 3d Cuov.. NV.. 1-2 Nllrth.Ih i Ft]ef1S. The length of lime the dUrasrs t'IHteIIP.n

tioue will) be received monthly, at one Dollar per plain and fancy d:>. Buoy ori the Bar bears from the Light-Ifousc dissipated, lonvincfs me, that the cure Are ,
Silk Handkerchiefs, G'oves! Hosiery, striped Sus- permanent, and it with
month. may propriety be said Ilatts
I on Key West, Noil Went by \\ fiCPVessels !.
Subscribers to have the privilege of introducing: pendfrs Hats and Carps, healing! quMliiieg tank it among the fist rmc.
gen'rPIAUangrrs gtutis.UTSu'tsciiptione ; ( : requiring Pilots cAn obtain them at dies or the present da v.
:BOOTSAND Kf'YVt'8t, an tlifie ;is M board of branch Pilot rstablighed
are now received atlhc Reading : JOHN MAYWEG. M D.
Room. I .: \ JiB Philadelphia, March 5. 1628.
The sl.oalett water at low water is 10 fret, and
1
I SHOES &c. at high nan 12 1-2 feet on the Bar. The above mentioned Medicine can be procured,

-R.Al\T.&WAY With D07n(, tiC end Piece Goods.Pensacola. \V m. Pinkney at three dollars: pr quail bottle of the Snbsciiben,
who will csliibil! to .
FROM ,..,. :Jul,. nlier February 7, 182P-4-tf. any person applvin?, tl.efrt! :
t a \bnbhtr l Superintcndant of Bu oys ficatcs of cute; aliudeil to by Durii.r T li. 'weg.Vanbaun .
Mulatto! Boy named < I I '
CIRCULAR.I; CUSTOM HOUSE & AVilson.Pcnsncola. .

t J.JACK j DEPARTMENT or .STATK, t I Key West, January 20, 1829. } 16th Jaa.;HY. 1829

\ Patent Office, June 29, 1829. j fALL .r

about 18 years oi .gea 5 feet 7 or prisons! having business. with! the Patent GOSHEN BUTTER &c. 5 BOXES CLARET WINE,
ce, nee requested lo dir -rt th-ir comnumi{
8 inches hign, straight light hair
: __ rili.ms! to the Stiperinlcudeut oftluU OlTiro, instead Best GosUn Butter.
r and blue *"*"$ with a down'lookor 1' 'z- Superior quality,
5 of the Secretary of State, the )Utter mode bdr.pattended 1'atlihFlour in half Rbls.
basMnl countenance. Jack r* endeavoring toget with nsidralJleincon\'Cntt'IH'e ana MUmt.- 200 do. No. 1. "
oJ. to Pensacola and I puit for a free man. Any tinies risk All such communications are free of gig PONCHONG TEA, Soap,

... I person apprehending aid boy, securing him in postage and will receive immediate attention. TEAS' Cranberries. 2 Pipes dry Malaga Wine,
: Jail and giving me notice, shall be rewarded for Best Cincinnati Hams (GassoIiairius -
: {t their trouble. John D. Craig, "'at.)',) Sacks of Salt.A .

f Thompson Hemphill. Superintendent urn.- Crop, GOOD
f I iI Belcille \ (UThe: publishers of the JA I of ll.e United H.lfBbls. No. 1 MncKerel, ASSORTMENT OF

Conecuh County, Alabama. I States, will give this three or four inseriion IIlilf c. best Cincinnati Family Beef, DRY
f Aucuit 9th, 1329 -28.-3t t 25-41. Underwood's best assorted Pickles and Sauces, GOODS &'a.
) :r-
t ; Pine Apple Cheese! FOR SALE BY

NOTICE. FOR SALE.TRACT i For Sale/ by the Subseti''"er, nt his: Store, Main .
ti t ON Saturday the twenty eighth day Street, in li'ontof the Public Su/cm, : *. II. Michclet.Peisaroa .

of November next-will be old at h\: of land, t.n'h.. East side of the E- June 25, 182U- 19-tf.
f 111 r West Point, Apj-alachieola; Bay, oce I. cambia River, containing J. Pescay.Pensacola -- -_ ......
r t Nov list, 1823. PRINTED WEEKLY, BY

STORE HOUSE, I .. SOD .. JEnOMl1 D.
1\!
OOH
S known"Karly as the property of Nathaniel Holmes late of ,

County cud state ofGeoigia. d""R pd. KIRCBW ASSER &.'itJu FOR TIlE PROPRIETOR,

I N.M'BrYdeAdministrator., I =: A1tPENS.'J Fun Salv t Icy the Subicirber, lately received

Sits tract has ben confiiroed by the Commissioners ..' ) New* Orleans.KirchwnsAer Pub\1S1\el of tL'l\\ 8
(oft the lIac'k Forest
Ju'v 30th 1829-28, and is supposed to b** the most valuable Chriinpiiigne ,) OF THEtiNI'l'gD
3 tract on the River. Four or Five hundred acres of (Sparkling)

i NOTICE. it, are rich cane land, with a fine ridge, over Gugnoiei 11iII! aI(1 Wine d'A" (!beet-,, (Fitncli CherryCordials,) : STAT33: ,

which a urge creek descends into the River. This quality. ,
Bordeaux! Oil
I L persons who have any demands against Creek furnishes the finest site for a Saw Mill, per White Wine Vinegar AND OF THE

a..l flit: Estate of Thomas R. Broom, deceased* haps in West Florida, with water sufficient to drive TERRITORY OF FLORIDA

an i fit-by called upon lo present them to the Undersigned three saws, Grist Mill, Shingle-cutter, and Cot. J. reSell}".

without delay; and notice is hereby gjvi. ton gin. In the Vicinity are large forests of valuable ___ Pensacola.. _.< IfirhFeb. 1820.! f E1tU.s.
f t. all creditors and persons niitled to dntribii timber .navigation te the Navy Yard nod I

v boil, that heir claims and dimands will be barred Fortifications. A large supply of Job has FIVE DOLLARS per annum, in advance, if payment
exhibited II ie believed that this property furnishes the type i is clHWred DOLLACS
+ nnless within two years fiom the 27tb six: months, SIX
P' A]'..I' 1829. roost eligible situation for a man of enterprise, in I'just been received at this Office, will be required.

G. \V. Barkley the Southern Country. \ and Blanks of [?t\h'clti'cl1I'nls ONH;
For further particulars and terms, apple o ; every description executed inserted conspicuously at

Att'y. in fact for the Lrgal flCjJcsentativc. W. Hasell Hunt. in the best manner,, at New i DOLLAR' lor every fourteen. Hues o r Ics, fur

P
'ftbnt\I\'e-jI''. )nPronca. l h y tho sa If jvo rnl&; .

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