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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: September 15, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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dill\ \ C tt \* L A V Y. has proved but a vain and gorgeous decep 'lows. I saw him on the stained scaffold, I I mand, which, as it exists in a greater or ,less
terrible awaiting his inevitable doom, with a grim Il will conduce the
tion-a mockery rendered more by i degree, to preservation of
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--- --- its promise of beauty-then if is that the composure. destruction of our free inlt tntions. When

THE From the iNOYADE.American Manufacturer. | fountains of deep sympathy arc broken up! the block, and died with a curse upon his the "pomp and ceremony" of office are sei s- .

i in love lips ed! with avidity and held with
and hearts are mingled together a unceasing tenacity -
We had lain long in prison. The world .
that belongs not to earth.It I am a broken down and grey haired man, by the most patriotic men-when tho "
have It
seemed to forgotten us. was only i was so at this moment. Agnes and yet it is not with the weight! of years; or the love of country; is absorbod in the desire for

when the surly with-the keepers execrable bestowed upon us myself had tasted bitterness f'om the same: silvering) of time. Sorrows has more than !''offices-n-hoB.. it is no longer considered

their corses wci'c sustenance, f fountain. The :1ins1hould rather say the done their work ; and I go out among the \ "dula ct decorum pro patria w0r "-and

which we daily compelled to partake visited smiling faces of mankind, and the glorious when other consideration is
virtues, of our parents had been uponus j every yielded to
the horrible of i
of that our con-
monotony
broken. We knew of in vengeance. We were thrown togetherat ;!; creations of the Divinity, with a spirit which [ self-aggrandizenanit, wo may expect to see

finemont was around nothing I a moment, when every whim or capriceof i takes no hue gladness from the beauty and our institutions languish, and the springs of
nil lnt was going on us. Separatedfrom I'
i our enemies was unquestioned authority harmony around me. One thought: from our Government lose their tone and elastic-!
our families-alike ignorant of their fate + I
j for deeds of unparalled cruelty We knew which there is no escape, rests like rmn ty.

and our own destiny, hope at length forsook ] that there were those around us, who would shadow upon me, and lends to the glory and : It i iw with extreme regret, we have wit-
silent in ,
ns, and we were despair. exult at our destruction,-fiends who feasted : loveliness of earth, its own sombre coloring.j nessed this mania for office, lo rage with such
'V(' wore at length roused by the entranceof '
But the light of earthly violence of the citizens
upon human suffering, and trampled: down my among some portion
of the of
nfnV-M- Carier. I had
an; ; )him: before guard confinement and1 I InO',4' : the altar and extinguished the household : pidly waning, ant! I look forward with a I of the United States, since the late change in _
( : :
: my fire, with a zeal surpassed only by the enormity i blessed hope to that moment, when, castingoff the Administration of our Government. la
I
"i h I would
m jll\1> :IV some dangerous: erpt' -
of the crime.-We knew sill this, and : these sorrows of I humanity+ the tired and deprecating the existence of this eager pur*
Tin of the
:u. impress 1 demon was on his I spirit shall rejoice in that destiny'suit for office of
I had him yet: that moment was the happiest one of weary among some our countrymen
countenance. seen once, when which awaits the afflicted and of it br of .
lives.A penitent must a source Alight to Virginirt -
the work of destruction was going! on, and a i ipleasnit our 1 earth. m Knowing, that her sons have hpeb
shout from the deck! above and
group of farm-houses t were bursting: rang us', : actuated liy nobler{ and more liberal principles

into lames, writhing his scarred visage intoa > a there Quick: dnrh'ng crash uf uma if'the UCCcedcd.beneath t'J vn For the Daily Cincinnati Gazette.Jlrssrs. f in advocating and supporting the present ?
was! a as planks
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smile. I had never seen .nrh a smile j j Editors.-It may not be uninteresting Administration. It was not the desirolor
hand. The
before. It told+l ofdark and hateful passions, : us horrible were rent truth away burst by a strong The vessel to a portion of your readers, to be furnished office, but principle, which caused her

of hit exultation which an infernal spirit!' upon us. 'I : with a brief view of the commercial 10 raise }her voice in support of the present
had been fitted with souse or false
a ,
mv be supposed to feel, when some new up pajif : importance of our city. With this object, I Executive ; and so long as Gen. JackseD
withdrawnwe
bottom-the fatal hr: had been -
victim is consigned to the unquenchable fire were in the middle of the Loire, and the I: present you for publication, the number of pin'sues,the policy, which she always advocated '-

of torment. cabin and deck passengers, that have arriv- so long v* "11 he receive the admiration
felt.
up-rushing of its waters were already
He told us, he had orders to conduct us that ed at Cincinnati from the 1st of January, to and gratitndeof Virginia,-but if, on the contrary -
awful shriek
Never shall I forget the
from the prison. E iger questions were the the 1st of July, 1829. I also have furnished he adopts a policy, inconsistent with
went at this moment. I had been on
made :is to the design of thi3 command. He up I the number of arrivals and departures,for her policy, she of course, cannot afford her
of
red battle field and heard in the
male no reply, but commanded the door of pauses the same length of time, and the different CMimten.mce and protection.

our dungeon! to be thrown} open. We passed fight the groans intolerable anguish arise : ports to and from which steam boats have The acts of the Administration
from thousand victims but present
with of a writhing ,- never -
out-uvury a joyful hope speedy sailed.
with one exception, have thus far deserved
had been tortured l
and the of their home. no never, my cars
release enjoyment I For the .hs and
January February
Rior and will, no doubt, receive the approbation)
with like this.: It
a was an unearthly
*band of soldiers received and I cry
conducted
A us I have no register as the navigation of the The
embodying of terror, which can be of the people. exception alluded to, 13
compared
us to the open air. to nothing but the} shriek of the doomed Ohio wascloscd, or impeded during most of the seeming intimacy between the Press and
It ivas a beautiful night of moonshine.The .- that time,the number of arrivals would necessarily and die Go'ernmentthe frequent npipointmeut
last shall have
multitude when the
curse!
soft light rested on the hills around;, be small. The number of cabin passenpevs of men to office, who have conducted
the of
smitten them from the
silvering the pointed roofs and old spires made perfect. It row wild presence( ;>nd horrible just for ; I will :uppo-e to be 900-deck pas- and Vf'I)' ably conducted their rc..

that stood up among them. The broad sheet mOIWnt-d1Cu followed: the u.e.ulful t sengei'S; I ,::00--:1: :arrivi.ls+ from P ittsltIr} ?IJ,18, spective papers. It i is certainly, a course of

of the Loire lay before us, like a vein of a I from Louisville, 25-departures to Pittsburgh policy, incompatible with the safety and permanency
blended with
sounds of strangulation, the .
silver upon a ground l of emerald. Nantes 24-to Louisville, 36. of our institutions, to place the.
groanings of the vessel ;is the v,atc;- tit:c ti!
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the once rich and beautiful metropolis of the j I I In the month of March: there arrived time: Press, in any manner, under the patronage
its .
Vendee, was as silent as a sepulchre. Black way upward. i:I following! number of boat'--from Pittsburgh, mid influence! of the Executive. should be
I remember sefl: catin-j .enation
a :
Brooke curled up at intervals into the moonlight : -a 32-iVom Louisville,32: :: -fiom Wheeling, 1, as fife from contamination, end as remote

from the smouldering ashes of fallen stniggle-a! sinking down-:i convulsive :1|, from hen:!whaf., .om Maysville, 2-from from temptation, as possible ; so that those
shudder.I .
dwellings. The hand of the spoiler had I I Florence, 1-!f.om St. Louis: 2-t nd from who conduct it, may: not be influenced by
rose again to the ;u: face. The bosom I
been there-the tide of revolutionary mad- Ripley, 1. Departed! for Pittsburgh! 20- the hope of rewind, nor the fear of offend '
of the river rut led and black. 1'iKtts
ness had gone over the city in a mingledwave was I i for r\iihville! 3-for Maysvljle: 2--for ing. Although& nothing absolutely injnriou'
were hurrying it filled with demonsin :
of fire and blood. across ,
Browns\ illp, 1-for Kcnawha, 3-for Louis- may result from the late appointments, yetit
human form. Whei.'ver victim
We reached the water's edge. A low, struggled ulle, 30--for Viuromies, 2-for New Orleans I. establishes a precedent, which may lead
I above the wave* a corse floated or'a
dark-hulled vessel lay ready to receive us. 5-for( St. Louis, 2-and fur flor.. to ruinous and fatal cou-equc-nces. Tho
caught the nvuMshine shots
"On board, traitors !" said the officer who garment pistol enco, 1. During this month, arrived 2,026 conductors of the Press, like a/! mankind.
and sabre blows \" .lirert"' '. I had: Kissed
: ? ; i
had guarded us thither. "You are destinedfor cabin i and 3,963 deck passengers. are subject to the influence, which high rank

Bellisle..." I marked his features as he I many boats unnoticed, ;:nd! !hope kg:MI to In April, arived from Pittsburgh steam .I and exalted station, necessarily! pessesi.flow
linrh* wlien drowning
a f p'ik.-i. The same infernal smile was playing invigorate my suddenly a bo"its-from Louisville, 57-from Wheeling, then, can we expect them to act independently -
hold of motionwas
upon thrMn} -but more fit'ndish-more revolting I person caught me. My I 4-from Kenawh.i, 5-from St. I..ouis,3- correctly, and fearlessly, if they
retarded. I shook off and : '
than eve'-. Bellisle lay at the mouthof spurned from New Orleans, 1-and from Maysville, have to watch the temper of the ruling powers .
the wretched sufferer.( The :
: sunk
the Loire. The outline its fortress was I away body 1. Departed for Pittsburgh, 37. for Lou- and shape their course according to it3
before I the death-like
just visible,grim and ragged against the sky. me- saw countenance isville, 54-fur .Brownsville, 1-for Vin- disposition 1Whenever
and Oh God it was that of Agnes !
!
The revolutionary banner was lapping cennes, 1-for St. Louis, 2-fur Kenawha, the becomes
There was one imploring extension of the : caput imperil,
above it, like a bird of evil, hovering over arms, one look of agonizing supplicationand 6-for Nashville, 3-for New Orleans5fur ? possessed of the control and influence of the

its destined prey. Mount Camel, 1-for Maysville, 1-and Press bid farewell iiI
she went down-down to her cold se- I we: may a lung to our -
Wo were hurried on hoard the vessel, pulchre, almost within my reach. for Florence, 1. Number of cabin passengers I berties. Every approximation of this most

Tvhich to our astonishment was already I One moment of unutterable anguish fol- that arrived in April, ZlI7-deck passengers powerful machine, to the wheels of Gtf-

crowded, with prisoners like ourselves. The I lowed-and my reason forsook me. How 3,964.In vernment, should be vicwrd by the people

young and beautiful and highborn of both i I escaped from the river I know not, but my May arrived from Pittsburgh, 44-from with a suspicious and vigilant eye, and should ;

wxes were there. There were many, very i returning consciousness found me in the Louisville:: 56-from Wheeling, 11-from cause them lo raise:: their voices fearlessly,

limns familiar faces in tint group, seem dimly] i dwelling of a peasant, who I afterwards Kcnawha, 2-and from Maysville, 1. De- without ifgard to men or parties, in opposi-

In the lamp-li( ht-proud men and lovely I learned, had discovered me, insensible, parted for Louisville, 63-for Pittsburgh, lion to such an impolitic and dangerous.

women, whom t had known in happier the margin of the river. The horrid recol-upon 33-for Wheeling, 6-for Nashville! 1-and course of proceeding. The author of thestJ' '

hours-but there was no look of recognition lection of the past came over me, and I fled for Kenawha, 2. Number of cabin passengers remarks, was induced to take up his pen io ,

I given or received ; every one felt the pressure from deliverer) as if to the dread- 1,8S1-deck pas<.;oners,3,495. : denunciation of Adams and Clay, for mat;

of some unshared and peculinr anguish, my escape In June, there arrivedfrom Pittsburgh, 18 king use of* the patronage of the Press; in ef '
ful thought, which has, from that moment to
and our meeting was in silence, broken only steam boatsfrom Louisville, 61-from feeling their electioneering scht'mes-and fy
to the never ceased to haunt me. '
present
by thick sob and passionate burst: of The images which it dis- Kenawha,2-from Marietta, 2-from Ports- now impelled, by the same motive, (the loVg
conjures aro
tears. tinct and!living-feartul blendings up,of tender mouth, 1-and from Maysville, 2. Departed of our institutions,) in protesting against tilt ;

voice whose to Pittsburgh, 21-to Louisville, 45-to policy of his friend Jackkon.
A
to tones my spirit ness and terror. At one moment I bfthold

TTnuld have responded from the very thre'h- my lost Agnes! mild :and beautiful as an an- Wheeling. 4-to Maysville, 6-to Kenawha Whatever may be the motive in the Prcfie'

hold of eternity, pronounced my name. I gel, with the words of her affection melting 1-and to Portsmouth, 1. Arrived, 1, sident, in conferring his favors so lavishly

!Ptnrted at the sound. The next instant I : upon a voice of music. Then the scene 343 cabin, and 2,635: deck passengers. upon this particular class of tho community, .

was c1.ts ming:, to my bosom the fairest maid l changes: -the shriek-the ingulphing wa- | Total number ofarritals from January 1, whether it is for the purpose of rewarding,

of :.tntc"-J(' last .and:) brightest link in the' ters, and all the} horrors of that: night. of.go- to July 1 445.: Departures 449. Cabin I thuir service to the country, their zeal in dtS.

broken chain of my affections. High souled ny, are present in my mind. I feel the death passengers., 8,267.) Deck passengers, 16, : fending our rights and our principles, the

and] noble hctited.irJ I see thee throughthe clasp upon my arm, and a strong shoulder R.-17.-Total cabin and deck, 24,114. talents, which they displayed in so noble

dark medium of years, with a perception I goes over me, as if I were again shaking the : .Fulton a cauSe, of tfie industry and, aptness for bust*

as clear as if thou wert a being of yesterday.! : from Then the which they exhibited it
though
dying my support. outstretched j ness may
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That clear expanse of brow so touched with arms-the pale and{ supplicating -.- .. E prove beneficial in the execution of the duties -

intellectual paleness, and that eye so proud, countenance--the mute appeal for succor, Sapiens si), 1ui i7npcriOiU : of the particular offices to which theyare

and} vet so full of tenderness, arc living: before and the vain attempt to afford it, darken the Q cncqttf paupiriey ne'que marsa ncquo vincuU fer' attached, yet the precedent is dangerous "

; Ill" The 1 pencil of memory is an unerring cloud of memory, which settles upon my rent.- oaecE. and ought to be avoided. Let it not be ui> "

one, when its powers are called l forth I soul The above text is a wise and happy allusion + derstood, that.a man because he edits a paper '

by 'in affliction, which but gathers a deeper My story is told. Those who have mar- to the weakness of mankind. To govern should be totally disqualified for any of

intensity from despair. velled l at my dejection, who have mocked at yourself, is conceived by Philosophers, fice under our government, but let it not be
to be more difficult and impossible than the
Tii"re grief which could fathom here known that individual class of the community "
are moments in life, when the they not may subjugation of the whole Universe., It is any
affectation of learn the which for has lain would higher claims to office
secret
indifference, and the constrained years said of Alexander the Great, that he possess :
coldness of ceremony arc forgotten and upon my soul like the malison of a parent. the whole world} ,.but could not conquered conqnel'himself. than another. Our country has alreadyand

the deep and holier feelings of the heart itself I have been a wanderer and an outcast in Alluding! to the which very recently, too, witnessed turmoils and
supremacy
are poured out in all their freshness and the land of my fathers. I have seen its populous his passions assumed'over every faculty of violence party spirit,' which raged with

original: l purity. Such moments cannot existin places made desolate; and its orangegroves the mind. If; then; ,'a man so !pre-eminently unabated fury for the four past years. What'

the sun-lit places of pro p'rity. They sprinkled with the blood of those groat us! All'xallder'ould not hold tho reins may we net expect from the public press )in

are found in the shadowy path of adversity who had nursed them. I have seen the of his'.own passions, how can, it be expected, future times, 'Wit were to be an established

or.. never. When the busy world around us multitude shake off the chains: of priestcraft, from the gettreality of mantincJVha are subject policy in our government, tint he who acted

.L drag the cowled head in the dust, extinguish; to .the temptations and enticements, his part most violently and effectually, should

ed.C rrier. a ferocious revolutionirt, while employ the sacred flame of the altar, and trample on which may tend. to lead them from :IJt pathin receive the wished-for .boon 1 Although the

by;of the Xantes National Convention to humble the aristoBracy the crucifix.: They had set up a new idol, a which they should] walk, anti disable iliem author does not pretend to insinuate, or believe -,

into which tin prisoner, fitted up of vessels all! nnknnd with false sexes bottoms, were, new Divinity, which they knelt to under the. from deserving appellation of thin PoeitHe that the President conferred these offices -

crowd: *cl.! and under pretence of transporting them to sacred name of Liberty. It was that liberty is n wise man indeed, who can hold for the purpose of rewarding partizans.

BE-Illile. hid them conveyed into the middle of the which opens the flood gates of crime, and 1 i himself aloof! from tho allurements of yet it would manifest a more lofty, indepen- .
(power;
Loire and drowned by the withdrawal of the false off fiomthe of the assassin the, dent and praise worthy conduct have kept
arms to
casts !
r>'ttt'pm of tIn'e.! .*ol. At ODe time, seven hundreds I who, like Diogenes, when;" povcrty.' miches. ,
were JlfC' jpitatcd into the river. Those fetters of the law.I I. \ can act without !feeling' hat he i suffering for the press: as remote from the patronage oC

t+oPn-leavdrod! to escape by swimming, were pretPIU.t Yet a change came. I have seen else thc. wants of life Mud .the luxuries. of the .tho government. as it'was, possible.

:tdd'!:".Ftye.|fo-n< wj.doing|, i knocking so bv the their guard unfortunate, who amused victims horde of assassins swept away by another.. would ; DUll, when rieath" ;is threatcmVd, liLe It is not the writer's' intention to dcpre-

(JJI t'it' head. Thin mode of punishment is called the I Tho wretch who conducted the fatal Noy: ,. Socrates, drink tho poisoned draught without :;cate, the system, which has so effectu 1Sb :

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J I, .......;a\,,,'O Jo n(,: (1 lt-c rvo to }hold the slatiorrS they J turc3 v:-r tiur i co-usury! : iii' lJ"oaU.I.I' \ .. '-...-..'t L2.i1 nr.y other li-ioiy: --:!:{;} i iucul.TCiot. Only ju ''"'fe W83t ? C::'' C'f'. 'i.uros;; filE. ,' awrsuni; ',f"sting .

it deservec\ :,p- tIpurl sysicm, of UOV'CIiiiuent. n ccc.'ssiolial pleasure, but impo>e upon' v'sit m Fnll.klu's: list ;
hc place
Un contrary
occupy ; nrar
thomwixo as a pcnoniciil duty : Jt wl ctlir! P
a who wi..1Jt' l ivippom.-ittcnithosro: will be, at any rate, hiladf'lphi'f : .
{Il iMiioiif Kispublic; :n I
Pi vvery fl.itterod. It will boa orate; accordjr.gly, xvith: all sorts of naUimal "On
f ii i.. f.nl1r.Y.lfree: fiom incompetent or uutaith-, for, we shall not be not ; the 12.1. 0 If| DecMnbrr, we made a
ful officers and the concerns of the government book after the manner of Miss Wright ; rancor, at a yearly festival), render lxf| Revolutionary p.lpnnuige.! ,o the| tomb( of Franklin-denr: .
told in all ils u'arin, which they s rccceded, old j-rm.U.n. .
,, with dispatch and and tr ulh will be probably naked It ("Insists of it large maLid! ..
fidelity., managed His object economy is to endeavour tot :.- 1'ess, even if not iuve>: ted with repulsive nearly as fcr'.iit :a source of it lit .Hoii to them Sul lih l l..id! flat on the 2.nulld!, with nothing

only of fitting those vacancies ''teat tires, the creations of prejudice.: To + with ruferenro io.po.or Old England(!, though:; carved upon u bin those words!, ;
the
prove impropriety the i issue successful its disasters f J _
and sometimes mortify was as <*)- nENJAl\H
severe
which truth however
of the Press, I ,
with the l conductors
I ., : of a ing as it would bo, we shall not object} merly were to us, who failed. But there is AND J rn.A C T* f T \TDEUOKAII '

I jbnccrous may lead in and after alam1in times. 'character.to consequences Although} ;:} I for cur vanity needs checking-ami there is this cry macrirl: ;;ml f take the liberty of j # ,

( ilic d enough mixed in our nationalcharacter s-sying: chaYactcrisiic: difference between-the I
up
the hiuuHirafcle. 1d vxaltcd rank, which \ goo sense 1790'
and to by wholeUiile two cssfcfs : xve have leng forgotten ant Fraiiklin u will he !
.. class: of the commtomy now holds, would rc- i to pardon profit ago > recollected, wrote a ht. .
pel that idea that they could he brought over I,! : castigation- Captain 0 Hall and his, I f forgiven_ -out and! out-all ihat bus 0,passed., morons ,c-pitiih|, for himself, but |his| good

by a man.lpoH'rl to usurp to himself grca- 1 i wife were certainly a very observant (' uIHt', .HIM, atMlutttluik so Ririe .:boat it, th.tt; 1luliexo tau( PIICZ good sense! show,.d him hov on-

l !er privileges than he was entitled to (if such ; (we include the lady, we hope, without lying I on my rotiscier.ee, not one man in a suitable ti- his character it would :HVO been .

p an nni should ever be placed at the head of. ourselves open to the charge of wanting: thousand amount us, knows a woid of these too just in such a plac('. After all, ,the literal \\ -

% ) it i is a wise and cautious | courtesv, hecausc she wasperhaps, the maHer, with which they 'ire! apt to imagineus J yolks, scientihc fa:!nU', and his ltndod Il I-
our government yet .
p policy to remove temptation, as far as can be' moYe intelligent! traveller of the two)-mingled ; so much occupied. Whereas, in Ameri- r .f -1't ioi'llI( forninisbr-si rpitaph. Still,

done from the yielding and feeble mind of much and generally among us>-travel- i t'.s, l hi-vcsain before, the full, true, and i if may be thought, he might: havo been dis-
of the particular: ; account of the dispute between tiiigiiislirH, in his own land
man, as there arc so few who can deserve: the led in the ordinary conveyance country angry by a more honorable
of and lost no opportunity of seeing all us-tile knowledge of which ought to.. resting place, than an obscure comer .
:. appellation our poet. ;i Their I: have; been hurried long ago-is carefully! of an obscure bin ring win .
that was to be seen. reception} ever,} : ground, 'n r !hI J
; When v-e 'view the oppressive and tyrannical where was liberal in the extreme, perhapsin tz'it.aht; at schcrjl, cherished in youth, and af-: hcini-s lie ;Indisrrimiiiaifly along wick ihnv' uf

influence, which the press, controled ; some places to a t.Cult: ,as thmigh( there tojxvards carried in aiihood, into CHI} onlinary nmriuN! ; n.his\ trahalre'd!y

by 1 powers has over the subjects in Europoan were a wish to forestall the good opinion of mificaion: of public and 1 private life. If'I wil-nigh: | hid ;ullu'i| mblmli. may soon bt .I[-

t Governments, we must shiuinVr at the reflection those, who were professedly on a were r.bkcd to give my countrymen an exam- tt'rethcr losi.! 05C! little ('iICUm rHar.Cr

-nd determine to stretch every nerve, to kin:: excursion, and a dread! of hook-ma"l) I ple of the extent of the ignorance which h wevcr, about .rids! spot, is very sinKinjr.

\, in such a calamity ,, dis prevails Amoiica wiih to En- No tf'gi dar path has been made to the
tse every me.ms: averting their ccn urc."Te shall be agreeably ;p" i respect t pnivp,

;from our happy land. Nicholas of Russia;! pointed, if the travels do not commemorate, I glmd, I mijrhi; ; instance the erroneous, but which. lips ronsidrrabh, of lip J road ; but

an absolute Monarch, cn; by means of his if onlv by a sneer, the officious civiliiirs of: almost unix'ersil opinion: .h..t counliyih-:::; ).f' frrq'iPii! tread of visitors, having !,rs fil .

I press disseminate such information as he ;' which the; travellers here sometimes the objects. :. the want of cordiality, with which, 1 grant: d.! '\vn !i'f' rank grass whir h grows in such

d f any conceive necessary to effect any object, But the hook will soon be before us, the English look upon them, hr'.s its source- plains} tI\(' vay 11' the iunlbst one is readily

1 and conceal whatever may tend to enlighten and then we will render an account of it. in the old recollections alluded to. And I t'ooiui.I r.'iihont, any guide"

t tho-mind and contribute to the diffusion '1! As a picture of whit h to come, we ex- could] never convince them, that such vindictive Cm laM, fur the present weep, Turdso( -, a

of'liberal principles. Prussia and Germany ;.| tract from the London Literary: G.tzctte: of retrospections, which it is the avoxv- so ions sketch of manners.

laboui-under; the same burdens, and we consequently i I the 27th June, the following! review of this ed'pride and delight of America, to keen 'One c/ii/; ) when walking through tho

: perceive the people are :kept in !'I: book.-N. I: Aritr= alive in their pristine asperity, were entirely streets at IJ;,Itim.ro, my eye was canit;:|

Qtror Ignujniicc, tm dd: .:+rLpPCCTo t them our :t t. foreign to the national character of the En- wiih the pallor iug tic;| page Of a book stuck
c From: tho London Literary Cattily. \t I "
r f.a o.c.1 hr.? nti'lfieo institutions are scarcely j: gli di. nnd inconsistent with that heartyJohn 'n a shop wiidnw : ) "f' Ameiican dieslerfitld -
Travels In North America, in 1827 ; 1 knexvn or }heard of. France, groaned bull.spun, tvltich teaches them to forget all or Way to Wealth, Honor, and f

under] similar: oppression until her revolution ; BY CAPT. BAFIL HALL, R. x. I about a quarrel, great or small, the moment D.mciHn. .Vr .',-, wiij, alrt-ralions and 0_

t tt i although deluged the country in blood!1, yet A book replete with sound; sense and judicious the fight: is over, md; they have shaken hinds: additions, suited! to ibo Vunij of the United ;

it sited a few rays of liberal and Republican information ; but.one to which even I with their enemy, in limony of such com- SiaiPs" by a Mnmbrr tf the Phiiltkl'Ji; :+ i;

I' principles, which still! illumine the mind of long leisure and matuie: analysis] could not I pict. .At the sane time, I c..nno, and nex'erc'id bar. The Walk in q>+ipStion I t fc i' ,,, t n,

; of the Frenchmen. When Napoleon v/a enable us to do !sufficient} justice. Captain I deny, that there e\iscd amongst us contaIn, besides a'' abridf f'nlellt of C h.- ;-(:r. .

EmperorJ; held the reins of the press an-1 I lull: investigates! weighs, and discusses the !la ro5..ider.-bl;; : *:: }j ilegioe of unkindly( 1 feeling fif''i'' .s Leitnsa chapter addressed .- '::b :
'
guided it according: to his own will and ple,t- ,. many subjects presented to him so fully, i flint} t I tow"nis America ; but this I contend, was Anu dean:-. I hyoid probably III' :'d'J : .
our! remarks and extracts must fail to oxlii-:; ; vt-iitured to u.iirb '.n these deJif' .-
sure, promulgating such information only as | ascnb-.lc!;! not, by any mean*, to p.ist s1ualbleS ;- 1': -: *, _
hil one of them in :all ils bearing: xve bad it not Ill Cn for this .
asual
lIe! thought necessary;; to the attainment:: of any | recent or remote, but almost exclusivv- f" : ilion .
: desired ends. Even during the reign: of must, therefore, after a busty: perusal l too, as i(jly to causes artually: in operation, in their of quoting the woids of t a witcs: ul.II :-i.i '81 _
the work reached) us hto: and i 1 is only published be supposed impartial.: 'T .
of the /full force the Je 1 fbit-c.
Charles X, the Censorship pi ess was | at present moment, and lying : ; nstuictions _
) France this day, be conlent: will! a ".'ery imperfect I says the, were '\, -IP '". '
C'Stab11Jjo.but\ enlightened cannot [ far: iceper than the melody of those byrone : : -Uy

oow be tram .1C'lled, and her ideas of Liberty; selection of examples; selection < wtrs: the details of which have long written foi the iniprovr-menr) r.fa E,;., n. 0_

obliterated-; that measure produced :a ferment which xvc confess, can furnish a }pow idea of I been foigotleneven, by the flew eyewitnessjes The editor: of this -A.-ik takrs tl.. .,f
the; xvhoK'} work, and merely serve as r I adding a few irmaifcs, ;.,!dressed ." !
and raised a resistance, which} causedits suggestions who remain, and about which, the English (II. p-r.- r-
abolition. England: the boa ted land;, of I of its character: and iuiportrincu to !of the Present clay: arc eishcr i piofoum'ly i : '} iginonint !:- !ly to the young }gemlfmen ofthe I':.. :I-cJ .
I our leaders.: It will l, we are sum:, be amply i StalP As there is no nation that tW *"
I. freedom] it is-true, has a press not directly or, what comes to the same thing- not
Under the "control and guidance of her government [i noticed by o'heron bulls sides of thc A-: !!Iprofoun-.lly'! ind'.trt' cn!. lie thf; causes! what exhibit sompiliing!: peculiar! in its m. : -'rd

1 ; yet it \i\ indirectly, by the ex- I Jamie. Our t first specimen i is towards: the.; they may; the curious! f.ct: of our mutual} i ignorance worthy oft omnerid.'tiou| so there i is r-->'- in a

fessive stamp-tax, so limited in its operationsT.S I conclusion: of a striking! inquiry into the tela- :is indi p\1tule. At least, so it appeats which sometliirpppft-liar, cannot beol}'.rnp"d

II to lead almost to an entire destruction of tive popular feelings England ar.d A.aori- t!t to me, :find I have good: reason to be->. :: tat! demands! ] n-pionf. Should .in Ameri- ,

1 }ts<4nuch admired libcrt. In our blesvjd ca towards each other. I lure, that such is the opinion of almost eye. :; can gentleman! during a visit to Europe,

country it now reigns free and untrammelled : "The artificial structure of society: in the I jry foreigner, coniincntjl!: I as well as English,' be iff n chewing tobacco: it matters not whIt : _0

it IMS no Censor to covern and direct no two countries is, hesidr i so dissimilar! ; in who p- -have.-- visited _America.__n __ \\"e. }however, may IIP }Ins. dress, or his letters of ii.tro.Iiif.' ..-

rr.crnarph to rut- and tostraiii, no numerous\ neirly all respects, and the consequent diffeicnre := !!! in Emrland] as I have said be-fore 0 frankly he will immediately be set down -I-; s a,
in the occupations, opinions, ;:nd i::: low-ltt ed mechanic, .oral best, as the
, I duties of taxation, to retard or limit its exTensive and l fully admit our very :small iictuiaiiitance master
f feelinus of the two on !j' 0' r.f a n.'I'Clwnt"SJcJ. No prntli-man: in
t"cry
circulation and cc-c.ven.sive utility. : pe1)C I.i \xitli that cJnry! : xvheieas, the American?, .
subject that can interest! either, is so great: FHIOJ.P ever smokes, except t it be OCCalol1. :
it | with ni'ich
proclaim
Like Jove's Er-ele
I own Imperial! my: probiby: as sincerity,
of frolic
ally by '
fio.ir 'loft among the clouds and lo"k! down and so very striking, even at the first rhnce... ;; iheir t perlVct acquaintance: with England. way ; but no person, lixrept; .

"ton nil mankind wi'h an impartial eye : ; that; my surprise i is: not, why rye should! }have i I The' coacln&ion j ib odd enough ; both )parties; : : one chew.!t of the The very practice luwcsf of class, is over srii to '"

like k the lordly. Lion of : desert, it may been: :o lIIU( Ii estranged! fiom one :mu: tl'r --rc 'Itbied-tll, Ire convinced tlicy knov. : thai most chewing iras tn '
T in i stniinint ai'.d} in hiJjiSi';: but how thcieshuuhi ) iingpiitlenjarjy and a "miuhlc
: I'll 1 sib'-jt! coii-ciou-. ,
eta1k 1" without t us anve uiv perfectly j
majestically over lthl: { up- : ; l.ifut, of pilling Ib} floor
i'iill!l Icnlainif, iudcod there do rcJIJuinallY know : about them. V\ l idle UpOIl and into 1"(" 0
;1fC }:pnsior1 ; like the ir.iny-oyrd Agu:, hiVTrches f 1 jthat \ve liotliing fire. IX o floor in the Un-ieti States *
with: h 'p!..* -; vigilance: the approach eonsu'er.'l.Ie};! points of ag'eeinentbcvecn de !.f''l'! I 111Ipel: !t:!p-*, indulge mysrlf! in ( C.'III1110 hnrv. '
r. however
o carpet, bcscrifnl
of the whether mord or us. It will plate thi.-: m.itif.r in a i. the (-:.t.).'e'atiin: ofbeingable! to f furnish someslijht : and .
enemy pO-I cosh'-no: firp-gnite however
( pretty strong light to mention, th it during to this side of. Irih1-not; !
laical, :and with as m:ny arms a. Bvhireuv: iiiMULMj on people on ever our places of divine "
of : more than a year: that: 11vtS: in Anieiic.t, although l.o! ; xvaicr, respecting: that I Invc worshipn- free
mrty" repel ruiy inroivls: on the libe.r.ies! oin country from this. detestable !}
pollution.' A
and the freedoin of our institutions. the conversation very ofien; turnedon ]li id l'ir; too much experience of the hopeless who is person
country guilty of !,
for the last thirtyyear so unpirronable; a violation!
the of
:t.lVc now stand the most favored nation: on politics Europe irituru of thc converse of the! pr posiion: ofdocnrnmand! .
I II I never, but in one 0two I solitary ;il5Utnrec the outrapcajjainst thedpMof -.-.;-ir'
of the Ame-
to
changing
and opinion .
earth enjoying the .highest ]blessings attempt .
life
polished should be .
Ptrlndf-d f- ,
heard a word that implied the smallest : -U fill
licuns! what is in On
privileges where the end propertv as to passing England.:
: person parlor, and allowed} to .
I lire both secure and unopprcssrd, where the which England le-h mdcd had so lung strps.! When in a I" .:'ti, '
n ,
< lights of conscience arefreely enjoyed and ; r in speaking of another nation, the inhabitants and
Press made to sustain the drooping: ou>e of fiecdoin. of ;iiic t!. States it i is to be feared 'I; a peron has occasion 'to" spir} it s.1 1'1"lf1.
where the Llltrly #)f the prevails t to are, : pretty I be in one's .
pocki-t liandkpir .
: f ,
:; but
It will be obvious: 1 think! upon a i u! ("r
itt utmost extent. ncarly-wilson-proof. Ion! the (loot Or in 'ho fip> Th.. -'cf
liule reflection IHn.hc :h'tve men.
sr.ic; causes::;
"JIappy America! wlwrn nV} QUPPII of:arts, Our next extracts relate to the press-an .,; and the rudest clown :in Euroop is
not oerate\ in Amcrica to kcrp her so entirely : pr- fir
: Inspiring vigour, Lirty! abroad ] object. ( infinite importance to every nation ; know,. to bp guilty of such ii.footmj! '
ignorant: of England:: I, as we in England) ot'the earth / an 5
Valks uncoufiped e'en to thy fttrtt't cot ; : and such
i a thing as box i ic
a
spit
all tint she] has of never I'f-"
of America. ISVtrly:! "
arc Xo unless he i is resident in .
And scatters plenty \viih! unrpar-nj! ham!: foreigner, a there, i in a
letters, of arts, and of science, has been,'and j except cominon-tavrrn. Tltir9;
the United Slates take in
can a right
copy is nnnthcr
Lowlander and habit
A a Jacksonian. peculiar ro the U. Sr '.
still continues; to bo, imported fiom us, with America either indirect ; 1 eanti .
openly or by contrivance 'from which .
u\\rc concur wilh llivritor: in I hi* pcncjal posi little addition or admixture of a domestic) *. An Americ.'in publisher, therefore themselves even some fcmalrs.xvlm ': *> ,
ladies
tions.: We wish the Executive would let thN Prow groxvih or manufacture. Nearly all; that shy! who yufceods i in of a'I as are roe entirety, f.ee ;
obtaining a
copy that ot
lolling bark
We cannot more off lie appaltmeet li am-rd the
toed
dme. any approve le.irns cf the proceedings of the oilier upon
of so many of its conductors to cilice.tltHv catuan !lI paltoftlia hook written in Europe may re-print nnd tumid l legs of a chair. Such a breach' of rood
"orld also the
be required to i,ixe up their4'apere Z. than WP apptri'ed t; comes through tame 1 hilt! ; the !pio- breeding! is
neVer committed in .
of the treat pain hick were taken hJ'Ir. channel: J Iceland-xvhich, therefore: i is her.! ; fits with the author, or ijuving any connc'x- i is Enrrpo.Lo'.lhif
: to obuoxiow! Editors ont of his "1v Au for : intellectual! I even earned so fir in America,
Clay tarn chief nwikcls as '
every 1 iou with him at all. Ecre: extent of sal,' it
;that it is
thent' officesaudio pat in hs d2\'otccllartl"PiUI<. not uncommon tl) sec ;attorni I lay
..rf--We know that G+u. Jackson"olemuly disclaims i2! well as commercial. Thus, in a variety of may be observed, is the grand object aimed I'I their fret( upon the counciltableanrl the

intention to \tard\ his etipportora or to bribe thc WI'S, a certain amount of acquaintance with ir.t by the American re-publishers ; and, as clerks rind theirs
i
judge* also their
Press to suppof. Mf nieiMires.-And we believe him what i i.. doing amongst us in transmitted, as nothing: secures this! but low i I I on desks
: prices, compel-! ; iu But
I court. low
bred} d lis
?We know iso, the reasons by which he justifies I open a' tiumg
of the After
matter Atlantic.
a course
across tion takes the direction of alone.
these! appointment: of men, who have given puLlic : cheapness ; as Ij* thi practice, Inw: much more rr.prehpnsH. -
.evidence oftbVir qualification To serve the public ; and all,'however, say what they please, it is The ciiTinnstance) afford! a sutikirnt explanation l' is it in )pl.icr-s of a still: greater so-

I the apparent: proscription: of whom, by cutting them but a very confused and confined{ sort of ac : of the miserable; paper, printing, and lemr-ity of character How must the fccjings

off from all chances of 'xeoutiv: preferment or nil quaintance(', which they. actually}! possessof I binding, by which ;tUHy..t all re-printed books of a truly religious and devout -
the expiring*of political ambition: would, in I man lie
generous ) There in..ec'J:
EnpUnd.
his'.opim thintrin the whole of
'muckworms. who would degrade its dignity, range my inquiries in true: they serve their &rmrno\c. ; they are 'he same indecent postuie.: in the little; of
y.writin? for bread only, or from the! mere l lust of the U. States, that proved more .;iifiTerentfrom'what read) and cat; aside: -or, if kept for anytime t 1 I God Another violation of decorum coffined .0
"moncv.-But we are better fiatisfitd: with the tiwtites I had been led to expect, than: to
tli'-y inevitably
pieces. Except
go I
chiefly to t and
than liill -with the than with tho veins boaidinghouses ,
xpediency rcasma of the ppo nlmpu1s.-Look integrity attlw nin/rlo this very point. At first, I xvas Mirpri/ed at in the lirrc: ; cities, in the houses of the of an ordinary clasp, 18 that of reachirg .
the of their i ignorance this subject
v o\v of the subject which we have already presented. profundity on wealthiest: person;, or in public institutions across a table, or across llireo! or J 1 fir!
I -//c may not abuse ouch a power; but what: a goodman ; though I own, it is far short: of our inOl' Kr- tiieie is no such a thing to be seen as a libra persons sitting next to him, xvho w i'.lie for
may do, a bad successor may abuse, as a precedent ncc of them, I w;s also well nigh'P- vehement
;
Undoubtedly
a passion: -
.
i rYe peCvaeS !some particular dMi. This i is not ropy!
-If such succeed ,
a .Mr. Clay to
man as were
: voked at this sometimes till I recollected-. .
I bird what may we not expect T Olfi'-cs may heM t - T |i i America, for reading books ol\i I cel'lain vnlpar, but inconvci'ii-nt. It i is a WP srj :J
? the which be that! an opinidted coiili jowed on partisans tenure may ; ; exiit having been accustomed to low rorupnuj ,
I dependent upon the eervilky of their Presses=. views, all tlm world; over, is the most prominent the smallest: taste f th.it I could ever see and should bo avoided by every one w.;I J J Donreur be again extended to Travelling Edi- characteristic of TJ ho Americans I
I may erior. or J hear: of, for collecting books for is ambitions of ;
or even being thought a t'III"mm.! !
t->rs, and acrvices lavishly paid for, which were never
; of course, very stoutly and 1 am sure, having fv select ks stored for Tbsf *
r-erforined. Other abuses may be practiced under a win up! occasional n;'s\ practice of r-ivir'g with o I!e $
the pretence of imitating the acts of a man like A. with sincerity assert their claims: to infallibility : i l reference. Iu trUi !, :he! rambling own knife and foik, and of l15ill' osif's OJMI

JackfOQ-aa ".1 Loirlandcr" has so justly depicted' on this point ; and, accordingly, they disposition ot' Hie great mass; <>r the people, knife or'spoon when, xv.-.ming salt or sugar

Editors Richmond Enyutrcr.L receive, with undisguis-cd incrfdr.lity! tic their (fluctuating occupation and! habits ot does not call less loudly f fur amerdmcnt! ;

---- r.'r--' more correct accounts: which a personal! l familiarity life, even in their most srttled stV: and various I, but cannot always bo dispensed with, wd.ess:: t

1 f! Hall's 'frAvcs.I ] with both countries, enable fiJreil1l1-1 other cause, some domestic, and some the mistress of the house will bo careful, *mpei ,

Captain Ba-sil Hall's travels in the United ers to furnish. I learnt, in time to poUiirrfl I puts it out of their power to form forming her duty, by steing thai thc l j'.is;

". States are published in England, and are :d-} similar causes to those already stated, them!!;!t II I Hbiurit-s ; at all events! he tlio causes: xvhat t is fully provided wi'.Iusnch' things as a decent
I
l. most ready, as we are informed, for publication } dH1 rent in degree; in addition to many: eth- they may very few iiidivinnal; : poisons ever table rfmiircs.1' Opon: these sttl!nnenls r i

\ ,. here, from the press of Messrs. Carey, ers, were in action in America? to render seem to think of such a thing .a transientpcnival !li Iii'(' only to srrvthat! whilo I hear testimony

Let fc Carey, of Philadelphia. It is ccr- England as uuurateful a topic with them, as (being all|1 (bat i is looked for to their; too .gm I'ttt fitU-lity-' think iflijlht

% rain that the reading part of this country-a America is undeniably with us. The nature "The sale of n book does not go on from to state, that f never saw: tho! sli;htrstindecenry

J .' large proportion -look} for this hook with I cf the monarchical form of Government.withi month to month, or from year to y'Mf, as of tin kind above alhi'lcd} to', or

).. ..lit some anxiety ; a hope rather th ik a confidence I i: attendant distinctions in rank, we nny l with t-the: ivhoie: being over in a few Miy other l kln-.l, in an Amrricm rliur--h ; n.;

'f 1 --.. :; that: unite. in: y be done us by an intelligent suppose is nearly as repugnant to their tastesas weeks, or, at the most, months! ; consequently :iho contrary, iherp}: always appears! to ne: the.
z traveller 'antli certain: degree of democracy is to ours. The eternal; recollections the priii who is f
t ; : 'r, most expeu( ;clip tno I moat remnikalilp; drcon'.'i iu ever\ p1!cot' or'

"'f k. misd jving that this may, alter' all,prove only too, pf all the past quarrels betwexmU5 ingenious in che.ap devices, makes! the most worship which F putri'-il in tlu! cm ltry.

I ;' -: -U1il r a ddt-d to..the rnan'jau9 caricat in kh-- 'rebaby| for train of Pre t v'Mr., :ale public! rrrir: .i.i,j? K a'1-i'". a" '' !'i!: r dire! t' r urea. f.dt! :!1 wiy: t" 'et! Vil

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.'.f.. itl)1 ') m :11x1 str1r.a, ;;: .t' :" : t' r.ucy \--C-Y-- M.-at u-c can t non ? il ia Ora.J.icai, ta.. a.: R y f ,d
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.orr.'rff: 7 r 4th of August the infantry were embarked on )
rkwMlT r f'r.,1. ; 1tl t f h ive sirs m wy :1atJ.i3 need hunger: in the Stateand tir! idea of ;; I'f'rFln'l'n' killed! in Ulster and ;' part
; t'\tt'Ii ia: in: the M inner Jcscribe-I I. 1 !Uij/Knting wives and f.-iuilles: ti\'es the!, .;ihu couulv of Dnn'-'jHi: 1 was in r. state u! 1 If'if- C JIt. White : hermaphrodite brig William, C pt-
CiU'.h'I""iJ oI 01 Americans the .jfT.nr comm'oti'HI, of Bt'lflst: wore s; : htrI. and hermaphrodite brig Lr.ula, CdptaioMaCo.
.I, '.m"'" l il.\II t .pU IUI no anxiety, : ; i> not fut : t' Mri.' 'U< !' !{

ailV}v-.. ,v. :hi'V.I.V, which, by brining the fraught v.ith dilViculty. Their whole study!. I crowded widl:1 tu./b 'iiioh! inteicopied ihj! : ; ..of Tneie Vat in was which another Santa transport Anna wuut.and Merirr'ir.

t'1.'t'I4 I' .,.. t level I tit or rather higher! than is that of opcrreachitig) from the cradle to c The Or-m. enim paraded lhrouphoaches. Th* cavalry took their march alongside of the coW; t'.

:-tin iu- t.!\ jffjiib n)1! a '. id illustration of the j[! thti <'re this is the primutii mobile of their Torino,' and, anivingat the Ionian (;'mho- on th" 4th.Information.

,:s cll as me practice of <,CLOT1nCle k-vstcure.1': I lie Chapel, lire bcvrral volb-s: .f rmi-ketrv : wits received that the governor Saiv

:.) 1 !, -..-.....-. ____ over if. reviling{ tlie Cajbolics.: their lig'1., Luv hIll Ordered eOO men cavalry, and 2000 of infantry '.
racv.. i t I to march to Tampico, and they were expect
Dy le: !.ip <* Hurl( Willing I' however,
..-- j j I Ctrtienmgn TJiocip- and pri(' tllOnri. The Catholics; at Valle-del-.Maiz on the 4th.
-GA j i I ccixed.I SIMI rtt .Ni-w York li.u fallowing! news has Lccii rri -' suffered the insult to puss) without notice. A contribution of20, MH) dollars lvasraiscd'by Saa-

ErrE.. On the 1 hhn quarrel, in tvltichthe Orange-; Anna, on the inhabitants of\'era Cruz, to meet rhoexp'nreoi
.. I I Fall of Silistria.j ,
'
--9 !his expedition-
=: = .
said
-- have been the
.r-c' fliou are to aggiessois.took ;
uP'I, : r ."; !r t \.. "' t I'1..: ,t,1! .' .q" t j Intenir! nre. of the capture of Silistria was place near hnniskillcn.! It" as on flee The Chapter! cf the'Cathedral Church of Mexicohas
thousand dollcrs to tl>e
made a donation o' ten .
'Tha a,'w.:;coat'tne.1 in ur Postript ioi jre tl transmit't 1 by tnlejrraph from Strasburg; to anniversary of the batty of Aughnm. The J JFrotestanis Mexican natioa to support ;?" war. ...
I.MHI from j Paris on Friday mh*. The Angsburgii: :: l/.i- were armed with niu&kets ; the! j t'era Cnt', A nsfust !.>,
::--t. in Ilnlpu::::;cc.r'e' srj! h.tppv to ; !I,
S. ShipC.t' Il-rnrt. i:iT--jtJe, filch re.l1hus yesterday{ contains i C'ltbnlicSif'i; upon scythes and pitchfoiks. j By the sloop San GayeTan.?.. which .nrri\'ed' herevesrerday
-, :
!
a-.it'tortty.tUrt-i.'r. '
:
in.hTh. i the! following! Bulletin, dated Bucharest, Ju- I Tin Catholics having been fired upon, and *! from Tu'pani, we have received letters Of
\J"ia. ii i nu\v u-nvsi atT.*.' rapo: 0"r'''* i the 13ih in>t. from which we extract the following. ,
j jr I'l., rcccicttlly c-nl'( : Foveral} of their number be.ing tr olmdt'do:ada ,
w A "On and which
ltDtllardrv the 11th 12th the national
,
.adv t" jrlve: :1 .i :m r.'t.I.ItC.: Poi'.nctt. c.i< ; troop
t'te: IT. States, and | "At this moment ;1 courier: sent off fromSilislri. 1,1 fiiious charge upon their antagonists, kill- !,! let. !thi plan, arrived at Tuspoinonthe l'3 th aPart! of
f .* :i.:1 to the! clti/tMi: of ; I
rrl'tt' .!, by Li,nf. Gen. Kri t'lttk',1as td four, and wounded several i ) others tuurt.JK. ; !- the division niarched against Tampico : and on the
i
jt:,'i;;]l.wfni c'.Inm"H'p.re: u- ) It'Hiil addition to arrived wih! the intelligence! of tint placehaving : I They afterwards} fof; stirs an eac.unp-:1:: the real of the diUion were ready to mafh tctl.o .
:V (;ranl.uM] cfT,rdinj; aclivtcor..oy from liar sumo place v.-iih gE'wral Santa Anna.MKXICO I
j fallen italicthe Mctorieus attacks; of I men on. ihe snuimii of BeiMiitj'dsii.The I'
mi and Mat.i'iza':. fiat: !1:c' dlI! k i ion ;, crui/.n G.I i : August
: the t tfuiriUe<<: :' I Lurd Lieutenant of Iitl.uid; i irstifd a s:: Thi d.iy has bc -n rejected in thf house ofrepre- _
:'.? i.tT1h. ::;Ide "I' CU";!. pN "'i!,:: en- ctn.Il'! r'e ,. 1". 1
.r"::-' .1';o' i.i-!; ,''..'''"'' '"'''{1.. t'"I'' ... ., r :1n- }:r url-unltion on the Sih, at Dtibliu piohibi !: pcutJ.ties.. by a majority cf twenty three votes againsj '
.
.: .a i.arly_ bLtl':P,1! ( : Cruz aril C.ll'C! AatuTlia. I I
( 'i" '
r- + I re.-t.tii -'_>, bad hfvn n.v4d to the n:,;; 11f! iUt'K.1 Orln H Aaseltiblics: "lIl"ld.fur ., nineteen the proposition to engage the government

'\'f' loirn: t'-rit: K'tvrs-ha\c L..VII iteoi.t\i i in thi !! l l'l' st LXlremiiv. !h.iff surrendered} tht-r.iselves! : ills avowed parposu of comaienuJMt;:;: ,will to. IIXPFLL: : POIN3UTT from the Republic than:
.!the presence of this: ml1np. of more interest
tr.vj fats Wa hinctou statins' lint the Fvacoe't l !f:ris'ncra of war, the. 'lrri.a: c.):1.h\.d of I= polilirtil uveiits, 4c. I t! the harmony between the :.Mexicans for which object

rb.! jr'V-ir H /fiftm-; ,; with all di-jnteh at S."rk j i 10,000 men, exclusive of f the ;iuh! ihhanIn II I LONDON, Jul21.. an extraordinary session I'is 1! been convocated. I

..rJ..It,1NfH, the flat Iudie-. in order t', given I this number ..c Hat v Achaiet & Sert ?.I.h-! The Dihin! Evening Post of Saw. a\' I Washington rie from thy tomb, rise and present to -

."i"r: t.-r tj Cotion Canvas in e\eryt'iinite.;: I j inoud, both three} tailed Pachas, null !inv. i iI } 1 list exclaims: I the tirtnty three of the opposition, thy written maxims: _
-kotf ominous isfursiyn infturnrt. to ereryfrcc tyitemtpartlrvlnrly '
.
Thi" wo conceive is highly# credi'.:.b:.. io th<' :-.'I.niirathn ;.;;- j other: officers. The trophies! of thisi".o"y: I *\Vhat a state is he country reduced to the Republican' -;K1! Sol.) .

i if reported (as wo have no tl abt it will bet ), i j are 230 pieces of cannon, two h.irvu tail': j" In; TV w i one, Aimagb! and Fermanagh, til11Cwlholics Another Spanish Expedition against Mexico, by tAa

J an<\vf all tll.Jrpoit*.*()f Russia d.ckwill aiTirdi 1 j l upwards of 100 si and of colors, this i'.y.ilia cf have; hero: oUi!ed! to retire to the Sovth &a.PurUa .

active oirrixrce to oar Southern:: Cotton .. 'tut- !I Im the Danube:: and a great': qu.antiiy of ;..mraui ruI->iuii.iiiis for f protecti'i'i. Tl>o milch cows August C.' -Bv the Mexico mail arrived .
this afternoon, his Excellency the Governor has r&ceived _
T-S. :l1J full v !:;.th vmsnt to oar Northern: :\fl: ::&tl" i' IL'lU1 and provision*. are !IIOt-redo! run wild; about iho country official new that oa the 23d of July, nice vessels
J f Tiie nt'rlin Stu'f. Gazette. ._. Lthe iul !- t for ibe i.'f .tn.-the children .
P ant :
:rPi.i\hoM' prolpectsarerepresentea as rather; #!!->o- : \ ; proper were seen' off Xuzgo, and on the 24th they were
;i.y a: ?,:,'*'Mit. From all tIle inform.iiui we are able] ,l lwinc''l'i': i"\11 of thl-: ; event : and! their inotiui.s hate tl:-*d from their directing their route for Apaculpo." The Mexicanft\

: 5".ilV.-t.! tiir fact has been clearly,.i t rf.inr.th1t t.i: "Tne UMIi ; ,JQ>> C.':,,'')i.'ln'- of SOOO men, hom! under du terror, lif assassimUion ; I of the South t"hr.e valor and patriotism are wen '

C. ",,.. *nnva';* li 'ti good, if not bcttrr" ;!hll R' s'n'; i;' IK 1 t the I inhabitant in. arm.*, to the litiivbkrf and 'if vigorous me's.'tiri'S be .not speedily new known Spanish,held themselves invaders. in. readiness to chastise these: -

D iiX T.i.i firtv!v< hat'r used Ct;t!-,u Ciiivai" f>r 10,000! are isndr }prisoner: of w !r. The: tillO'IPh/I. tld civil \var in the! North may Le I fl 'Ia "'T__' 'Mo 1IJ'IIIi- L '
Grind{ Vizier i.s i rlo>ely block.idt-d ;:t exteiidfd lo oilier .
n'-r-:*. :*v jiv.t :l.j they 11av''tiiC! !Jutiest: saiiinjv'.ips; quarters OniTUARY.DIFD.
in tin* v\ .-rid. Chounda 1 by r'\'fl'n. JS< 'hit.clA letter! 0 f The Privy Council has terminated itsde* .-On Friday night ]lust. Samuel R. the onifon

i the 11th inx.: : frur.i YicMv::, st1)un, the lihnationtt and the result is a proclamation > of the late Major; Samuel R. Overton, aged lb ;

The tribe Fc-rons ::ul T-tixcs! : !Ii !s !'ereit'l' s.ani":: subject: :- calling upon the authorities of the country to j month :

I an n:'{'(',;iOi1. ,Jotni !M !*'h:: x-rt a J "I h.avivtuo} Info."::j yj-Mhai we have jnstiecei till.?) die I l-itts which will produce about asj I i 79 On yean.I Saturday. night, :Mrs Mririane Bonifar, agc4i

rivil iM 'jinc'CT in ilt"' "(? ,-ire of hf British I ( > ed l advices of* lilt I! capture, } "f .Siiistria, much cflect as the invitation to master Har- I At Manchnr, Jo'ii-hns, nn rise 15th August, Dr.

.Go\frnmen!, pahli.-.iod' a Look in LmIII1, which stiiTende.ed 1 by c.lp l :.Hlltiun to thellasi.in ncrding fo come down and be hinged. Thee i j Thomas LnL';!hliri! C'artb'' formerly of Newbern, N.

;n May' Mitiic; (l "Tir'.'e \"r'r': iu C !all+J Ii ; I army on the 1 SU'ii of JuR(', '1'lt J !I Dublin\! Eveuiii" Post has hit>' flit nail' OI Ilt! : Carolina! .
loin-r ; i-"V'Vin! of :!b. ':'w'.1 1 of the surrender! of ih"n f \\\i-.u]l- I Lately in TJalrirnorP. Dr John IWle D.itidgO,
: >tart i ::< tress :is an event of 'hiu i h 1 "Dis-irni the v'eons.amy and pioclM..rti'l Professor of Anafn'!,,,' ill ,lif T'oit} 'rrritt-n1r., 1.,1.
Miintry in lh2G-7-8} .f''ir."r-'I Ie piinripalchcct I 'I' imp'", railc a: it will }h.;':.: 'n. and reu+!('r ;.i-} j j 1 Law."-There is no use, hi s..i.I\-i! ;: I v -....... tIl'! :

| uf the woik nppctrs to lc: tlm denI'1't :- mot certain: the f.ll! of (tijrgevo; and lioinshouk. sh.-diving when multitudes} are taking tlit- l j .
.
im of the United: S::tte"t in aimin .It'hil'h I Thusvitli! ; thi exception} u t1 iddin, field ;ilg mast< rack wilier. In all ca'ipoflJ.i',

I the' author stick; at notliinr. -Ifis.t ;\g.instvhic: !: undoubteilly fresh efforts will 1 kind .sevt-iiiv is: nn-ri'V. Int couittrv where \ S1b.t" .: EaS. 4& .

:lbus is:: foiuv.lo.-l! on ths! ;..ru-tJu-\-'f"tle-l"g! tbe.Miccfully\ diriTied, rte: whole! linen f the magistrates are partir/ius, the 1(tv is a j "...... -

.\tem. The following arc extracts from 1'1 J Jti D! i uf; !i"N -:"cntr cd to tin Russians; ;;a the mockeiy TiP oidy tltficit.Mit: discipline! } is ;i
a.
ponr..i'S.lCOI
** p, ,'i'Ja'\ work : j b is.of ;lie!! fii'tiro ujjeraMonand thr war rW rtinlla\V Jdniristeied paringty! ; and iin-1_ I .
.
"L'-r u> tiit -l-ck"n! o-ir cI7:'ri.im5 ; let ourttfE wii!, as it \v I''I', ee ie !o !:a\e BuK"-ia for ? 1-ar I i-t illy, wi:Ii Oil t record in religion I i i or I II a I' "'. .... Jio. -.1 .

:: 1atio; !j.-- 1..' I'lelllly tltrH:tl io l;n. Arr.fri- ] ilslii'..atre. If it !be, a'>:'i' i'III"- !, then it will Tl.e .Me",enger des Chdrrlr.re tt the G.n : L'\ i EKED ..

(''\n;; let in i--jli\e looro ;i!I.: m than':.1 bj carried 1.iotn! tore} Ijea:-. '::' :,!eu.pirf} in Komeli.i. of JuK gives a; \; the: sit.statins: of tin anicle t!i Sept. 10th .-Sloop People's Choice 1t31.

It Ii t\-o have don., ns our tray('!!,:-j; tt-Jl! tho t!; (mil? i.iml.i; is r. .,t tin: only pr-.>"!_'e I from the, I>.nk4of the Danube, of the dale If 1 ,, eat, KeWest, assorted! cargo to ihe Master;

!i !rul1. Tie! -- cI.rtrti1l1y h\'e
j7ti.Hr! mt'lB: r" in.1 flbta1 i> in a hoit tint, :1 "i-1 lie roHu i r H'f'il'P': :- | i:.!"e ro! JiilopoiiN} ] I" :i.o('s had sent! to nil the Allied Courts Bulletins of j!l: Key Heimaphroditr( Brig, and 4
The U. S. Revenue .
I rompinlively ;;1 jK-jking: and mike mo jfi i' not pre>'.-nt tli .. .!::.. '!i.\'Mtie.: :?, and be-i.les I tie? vie ins JY UHiiipci !:y the: uooj.s: under (inn : wreckers alongside.
j Cutter Mui-Sou Captain Jackson, sailed
: cxiJle""i.n.; th'Jt arc perfectly desUtutc of M i: I f I by leaving; C'lioMisd" '>. v.--h:: its educed ll1.'I iri DIlnt-llI: .ircnnipitne f WITh ti"ies, r('u"-w'j,j .
And h'imov but graftnl the i< '. ., '........1 .. !' ii the "that his thi1 Emjfior |I from Key \V cst on Sept. 3rd for Charles- .
on rools c.f\; i :-)R, lobe ut.'" .u j a .''I''''It'11t. coins I" iiL1,! .i sur.inci1! iVlijesty I .

tImplcfflJ and blackguardism ; an.l this i:: several 1 oilier 1 tart;" o's.'I) !!'J'1 : A-.iian-*- '. | .Nicholas!; i i.pei 1 severing iu his:: desire lo I.I ton. with specie.12M. .
Hitchcock New
.
'm-ll1ge Rains. proun.i. The genuine:;>- 1, + -.o. to the Jlu.,' :;ins. ri-};e qwion now 1:0: r-revrjfi as much as poisible the further elTu- j .-B--ig Enteritsp. ,
York via R -vVes Assorted
; lish i\whl1iu:_ from the l=md. One of j;: \vhetlier the f,II of :Sliistsi.tvill;;i indue ;!ie l[ >ianoi Idiiod) if the O :.toin.au PHI is u ill but t ( cargo t0j;
I .\. B. Allen E. Blrll, W F. Lindsay ConicWoolse
t the in.'mhcrs of Cony-s: a long time airr?, 'j 1.(}"Il' -tcc'vie to .U"1 p""positions of Ii.I*- ;] !ltow ii.sellMisposi'd! to satisfy the 'Ut.iud.s! ;I ,
I Humes & Gates A. 5" -
propo&tl an net fjr doing awayt'ith i itrw'hida t !! si:1, and, if !h.' still refi-e-: wli.hcTukey vi'b\ a'd Eujope !h.is i ''roguized; ; : lo (be just I ), Varick ..
'
Bell and the
\r.i;; tlsi'n I.-.uhecJ: at ; but it is uo'vjm.iyK'ok! I fir 1.1:' iurc >r uf any Kuiop-.Mn} j jrj i :n.l to t'nlirr,' which Htissia i was obliged 1 masl'ru
ARRIVED.Srpt.
.
fi;rein: ; into elll-ct: without being p.assod: e j jcrif. I power. j i t.ikc*; tin*: atiiib.1' r'i!"lie \eiv moderate I I..illI .

:'ra-d-,. voluntary act of the people. I '11l'' following!1 infl: .:'_- ,i<' "' is dated'i I"> ::ks ] 2 .:;:l' t-f 1 dieoe n+;tiS, sa\s; the* lessen ct dt.! > IS//*.- :Schr. Surpiize, Durle; ".

In the course of a century, the Ennli! will / of: the Danube! July '.;. 1- |j ('Liibn, s, i has: produced a ;gr--at! impression ;: I 1aglo! i\t.
CL
not un>
be ':Mok-'ii in the United States. Few of the I 7.ier by General Dt'5bits Sius! been ann,':in- j j 'I ,, h,- 1I1.., .: decided! ri:<." ill dc! Funds took Sept. 5th..Sclll.: M gnoliRay, NeOi

British hooks are now read, and f;'we:- will I ccd by Russi! to all the! ( Vurt.- with uj:5ch!:: ; lacr.! leans. Cargo, 10.000 bricks, t>y" G. W.

ho, unle-is our writers condescend to l'lc.s e I that power i iris +friendly reltiu., Tin ,"-,m- I| Tie f.I.si S'liliug J 51:h}Ir. Veilit, Mjrpl.y: } 'irIle.aed. 7 bales cottoa, by William G,.

thorn !ll I.y vile r-,.:1p osttions in 5I!hJlg diction: mlinic'-ti l u '. t I. BurgI's"
)i1 w.is :!CCOIelpi.d} ." a elip omI- arrived at Baltiiwoie on 23 I 11111. iu 38 days SAILED. .

"Nothing! ; like solid learning is known tic note docl irativ.1. : of the. [l.l. jI .ror's J piclfics ;! I from (.Jeuot.' Capt.tin; Rl. confirms the account IStft. Schr. Mobile
the Sept. Surpri, Burley -
Alnerc'ins.! The
rtinon j arts and scienceu'e intent ions.j .
of
I the surrender of the TUf kih t for- hind New Orleans.
: ..kil1li1l-\I"n! : of common sense an Tie: AuL'-ibur li: (iazetrr nr/.nins the I following
;
;; : tress of Sili<: iiia into the ham's of the, Russians --
fh..-,. v !jtj.',s; .t .-irnong them Gicjmianafly.Aziy 5ntellicjiv'j 1 ci.'tcd: J I
;: Constantinople, with a loss to the Turk> of 3j'JOtroops. l;
it
\i
thin'j that} smacks of delicacy oftasto June 2!. liti I OFFAt
; .
i l ; Among themTrt said! to lie 2T OGO
i refinement of l'clinc&c.- is utterly d e- I "The BriiiMi and Fr :r.'h vmbassadors picked soldiers, trained! after the European Price.HASELL

rpi t"d.rh: !vex :deals in generalism! i'have' not yet had an olficinl. { ijiterviaw with] svstem. it was reported at Genua that theo Half .

Whatever oenr; sanctified Crossness, i is sure the nei i :;iVndi! but tray; "IHt"lvored] t r French h. d Cobol ked :}OOOO men to Httark

to i!.) well! dutc rt. All threat, invitations;, |I I thrive a con.i'jential undeiy.Jtn.iing with him Algiers. The Algerine Coisajrs had beu 1I..T HUNT has still on hand i small

r.dvicr-s,
>-.H.y, Jem cocktail \v.n't hurt ; manner thoy h ivc learned: l that die Porte will i 1 by one of them, bat cufsr.ilcd; him.

damn all, }letS h Le a pho maic '! :1 not negociate upon the ba!'cs of the Protocol Books :

On cor.5iig io one of t he tvcrn Z, it i* signed at London, and t prci.dly!! upon Tbft Curaco.a Couloir; uf the 1st itiatant, -

rain to a-k f.'r any thing to eat or drink: :-if the article whrh; requirrs the extension of I b<13. "W. flIo\Vjt1! ; -IlrahS- PB.ZCZ if'f' millo': :Or which he Kill: now sell a.1. "K .f

!ou
you will!! -jet none) it will b ar quite' evasivei i. to to that of Aria: ; vo that tiu'-y} already / CUxtoi{ :, havn.g: on Lard 12. E. requested to call and. cxemiiievi tlu..Cp

end inconclusive. Look spry, as they s: v, ''i foresee. crreat: dilHcidties in the wny of e.xecutbeir Thomas P. JMooru and suite, Mtnisitr: io !hout delay! ,
-
nnd walk through the bur and pantry as if all'tm2': ,ui i--on.! Tliu Gitind lr1'izi; r is i Columbia, arrived yesterday morning in this i iI .
ALSO ON HAND JlOtalJ aid tt-cl-secfcJ! : ri
home, and if you c.m find any ihinir: to eat !I collecting rdl the troops; he can ;'.! f.'lioiunla, harl' r. The Natchez is bound to die l'sorhnPntnf!I '

-or drink, as y.j-i probably: may, then sncp i/iid! hopes to bt! dile to a<>embltf 40,000 I of Ljazil, h.mg CoiiHi.odore;tv Stephen .

ip, and you will; : he thought the more of f Jrt 1 men without! weakcr.iisg! tli:: garjisO!!. AliiR i i I l (,?,;. as pcafsenger', to rnic\e:! Commodore TATIONARYbe '

so doin::. Tj! y m:iv' z'l'ssas how von :1. the rjn-n. aide to bear armhuve dt-partc-1 for (lJ. 0. C'ieitiiion;; uo*' ii. command" the I

aa almisrhty o'!lf sort. of it man, b'lt !):> mat:" rthc|i| B likan! the! Turks admit ..hatlit! mm-l J \ :tH'J''ln: sq'udii'.n; } on the coast of Brazil I: ail!fur be disposed ofoo very reasonable teralsi
:
; II ?pf/lie-d coon '
for that. j j ber of mm and the lost The Natchez is d from Me\v Irk .
artillery by them i in 23 :;y ; l''niltcol, I4ili Septpmher. 182 .-3.1- If
"Tliey have no idea: of comfort ; they I Ihilve I the battle: of the llth, w tS very considers an! ou board in true hcah.! I !

: all.." m d ser of features. I could. ;j blc. Some persons still flatter themselvese Office the Xrrcanltlt Aurertiser, 1Ntw v-I I. NOTICE. .

point out brother Jonathan any where ; h j r with the hope of peace, and speuk! of agents \: OK. Aug. !:l3. > i=i fS HEREBY given, that at the expiration of gfj

has .. countenance: of his own, on which laving been sent to the Ru:....un AHI. The brig Laura, Capt.( Ilil !.+Id, rived at !! weeks truss this camp. Court of Eicaubia for letters AJtnlnUtraliuu
of
an i!hy ", ud indifference are strongly!: market 1 ': Pacha, it appears, was killed in the battle this port on Saturday, poke on the I4ihiust. I I County upon the estate of James Parker, deceased.-

Tijey 'ire race potsessin;; ? so much indii- 'ofihe 1th. The Captain Pacha has notv'yct lat. 30, long. 67, the U. S. ship Narda-I Finlay.
iVivnceand tint it i is of ('z. Capt. CLAXTON from this pu I lames
apathy
I no use= ho'. reni'-ised! from the Black Sea.:: The Srpt. 1st. 1329-33_! .,
you dre-s or how whether : Gazette Curacoa, for Biacil{ The Natchez: had'; ;
you speak, or you trives: another} letter from Constanu m m *
nre n lord or n r.ifoman. They value yo tinople} of the same date which sitys-"The landed Mr. Moore: Alirisier to Colombia, I, Agm ":t& C**Stfa iZ mf StFPrI.YOF '

for noihing Grand at Curacoa, from whence he {.ioc<>edod on FhsLionalle SUMMFK CLOTHING, jell
you can possibly acquire. They Vi/.ier returned to Choumla after the .
he 6ih inst. Maracaibo in chr. arrived, and for tal :, theCONSISTING ,
.a Undersigned
to y,
:ire nor very cowardly) ; they can die without i bailie;} of the llth June, with! the 6000 men I
ditch trrowlin.1* 1 j of The Laura hds had U fiuo passage: from OlBIdik ,' .
i cavalry and 12,000 infantry. The Mus- :
"The Mazatlan, more particularly from rile coa-t liro, n, ami\ Gren B'>U,!.:.Z.'CD '
people of the United States selmans thrown into
are consternation the
]I .by i
of Chili having made the run from off Valpnnmo Goatees anti Frock. Coats
seldom .
tmublel'i1 Fowl chins and first I
1 ; intelligence of the defeat resumed
many co t t- i
in 60 dri.\"i! I I Airgola, Circas ian, and I''rruth LilJ do.
cf them ; rii aitL n
are I beardless} all the days J of the rjrdce] when they learned that the mass o'th e i .A =-- varie'y u' '.
lives ; ubcra and razors arc not in greatrequest. army had returned into the camp. It was i
rAN'rA LOONS
I II: dLSuilaialr Vl1S-rS.
also represented to them that the loss of the : 1 I I .
for the -rn1otJ. .
"In ('verv discovery in art science that Russians was considerable
or
very I Wliiie and Brown Ftrnt-ii linen, drillinr'J :6azt..
we ( Britons) make, the Americans have a Later from England.. 'tllI, Crass Buubazccn and, I- ancv '
,
triple ;!.!, :wtaC' over us ; first, we think The picket ship Liverpool, at BoMon! JACKETS. .-

Tcjlcci' and intcn for>> them which saves brings advices from Liverpool l to tho 24th I', As our paper was joing press w-c. received an
}
I mirli trouble of eense2dlv; ; the-, avatha.ii ill.a!I nd f from LMIUJOII! to the 22nd of July, inchibivc. -. Extra from.C Ol ice of the Bee, couUimflg the following !- ;:: ian Fine cravats plain and, and shocks frilled; kilkpocket linen shirts handkerchiefs; Black Ifs
flews: '
-l 1 ves of o-ir discoveries and ilnpro\ e- !I!' At!! the information of importance I eThe Spanish 74, 1*Ro"frano, arrived: Ht the Rail/? silk And cotton Hosiery ; black horse'skinl3alrcrand '

m jiua in the :tbs':trt ; and, 3dly, in reality !alive to the war in thr east, has becn anticipated .1 I I on Sunday the 3 O( :li Aug JIt. Admiral Laoordc JI21(} linen glovr ; silk, cotton and worsted tm.
We lu-'l lt! about like active, industrious, bv the previous arriai.i ?. !I arrived at New Oi leans on the let. and was to leave peaders ; black,:-white and leai hints, of fine quaii,'

plodding p-opl: ; while Jonathan acts the I Frances B. Ogden, E,tI. Con:-al of II"I! 1 thara on the 4th, with! the battalion of'troops which lies, nad latest fashion, with a general supply. of
IKIS been cur: mpeil at the EnghsIiTum. for '
omc: BOOTS
" crjftv s I P011 all our actions, ever bent oniggr.iMdismji ; United Sidles at Liverpool, arrived at that time past. The hliip Herculos and Sol.r. Octgvin -

himself at our expense. Tire port on the 21s! July.listurbancc1. from Vera Cruz/lri: :! arrived New Orleaus,"an di i' 'fk; Ar D ,

j.3e-t of IIII1IU.t) benefits he detests ; if there Coil iderat..1e !hu ll! taken place gave the'fallowiii! ;!iuiormation.:! t;.:! SHOES Ae.J. iiit
- M '.' 1 '!dvantage his (JcnerrJ S'litaillla luvinj; been informed that the) : ...
--.iiy .on side, he will i in the north cf Ireland, on the 12lli & 13tiirftily
.. Spanish. uarou had'lanJcd the troops at Cabc-lZ(,.l I. .- O'Nedi,
!
t.r .l'J: f clo: (;Ith it. HQ can Ii,, ia concco"Vce: of q'!:!rrc''? bctrrecn! J"t rmm'''Iat,,!! a1n'crdcr3 th:1t ,oICaicau trlo 'ia' Perttltu la. fal1 h, 1129.-f4tf.'

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fi THAl'Tf.and t,,.- East sine of the 1:.. JGil ..iSl' \H.t. !.\\1i c (j ig:

Origin of titats.-The scads ul' der/'s. ,1, "'-.1. t'vcrobia Rivt'l, eontltl"II,:; WITH IlAKNTh'S COMPLirTLJAXD L4l\ YItLI'.

those important etiqimes\ which give validity fU\dny:;
,
A vhub has
and I J 800 A 17hs'T-RAtE lrrH,11I5 superior| (c,
effect the
I to parchment, wcre in the beginning __ 11\. Mt.tint'tf= or nny of the Panaceas fu> the cure

ciphers, cut for the use of those! who r ol the l ii !.'o" me iiki-nnen, \ :Z : :

r could not write their names, or badges of A i S. Z. GIG-HOHSE. NK:( HOSIS, (or affection of thebonrs ) KING'.

cognizance to the unlettered EVIL, (.SCROFULA,) \\HITI.
identify individual .1 i.as been cuiiGimid l 11\. Ih .c." S'TLI.MKC ;

I the prototypes of coats of arms which I gloat, and! i ilt supposed lo be the m..ril uuhl( +, ply to CANCEROUS inveteiaie VI.CRRSLIVER ,'

\*erc but hieroglyphics, standing in the tract Oil the River. Four or Five hundred acrrsof \ And BILIOUS COMPLAIN 1'S
placeof Ilasell IIunt.f'rIHJlI'Iht ;
.
f it, are rich cane land, with a fiat ridge, ntpi .
ciphers, such as the North American savacres which n large
still employ far the same purpose. Crrrk furnishes the finest site for a SHW Mill, {JTI- I generally ;

: Tin l placing both seal and signature to a haps in West Floiida, with wwler' tMfficient tw drive NOTICE.ON 1'I.CFHSof: the MOUTH and THROAT.

t .; deed three daws, a Grist Mill Shingle- and Cotton SYPHILIS, end nil oilier diseases
is the consequence of that tendency to Saturday thetv\rnty eighth dny arising in ell!
In the Vicinity are large forests of vahiHhie impioper use of MERCURY.
gin. -
j surplusage which is: the besetting sin of law of No\eml nex:-will be sold' nt
timber with navigation le the Yard and a
M yers. Fortifications. ; Navy 11'et 1'oiiU, Appalnchicola By, or.eI. As a general depuratiye( a..icl or cleanser of tlc
blood this rriuetly possesses invaluabl(
It is )>eh' !vrd that this properly imnishes Ih r STORE HOUSE, improves the appetite, and has also the reruaikabto po\veis" ; it

'J Sacrifice your property for your lift', and most eligible situation for a man of enterprize, in 1Ihe properly of Nathaniel. Holmes late of eflvct}; of depriving the skin of that yellow hninu!,

: life fur the Southern (;'Iulliry. Fatty County and slate Georgia, deceased tint, which is so common in bilious "U"II ilUfiolil.
your your religion. For further }particulars and trrms, apply to N. J. ALBRIGHT
I Never orders in another M'Bryde,
!"( give man's house; W. sell Hunt. hilud&/fhia..

accustom yourself to cat your bread at your Pcnsnco'a' CSlhJulv.. 1 12292rIt.! July 30th, 1829-23 Administrator.kiuun The |-rop. .-ielor, in offering his "COLUMBIA; :;

I Own t'!hle. SvKtr" to the public, furnishes a few of the rn>:
.
T remarkable ewes, performed by the tame, ill t. stf-;
\ ; = 3 OFDORTER:tEE; NOTICE. mony of its superior medial powers, as given him

''. FOR SALE. 1 by respectable persons lesiding in difirient
t LL persons who have demands p.irrs
any agnins- of the United SI.HCS
\ BARGAIN us a just merit due
he had lu lIlt
may by the Estate
applying' soon in the substantial and WIIISKCY: I of IIOIDHS It. Broom, deceased same, us well as being the means ot' convey. j g to
cnllid
j ate hereby
upon to present them to the UII.ttl'rsignt'tI. their fellow
creatures who
\ "'t'lIlJuill) sloopPLOUGHBOY i ate similarly iltlic'c'I1 l
uiihout delay; and notke is heieby given i sure, speedy and eil'ecinal remedy-sweet
the
to nil creditors and entitled. :t
persons lo distribution medicines
ALE & many aient thin time distributed!
For conditions apply to the subscriber, I that their claims and demands will be barred the country, held forth to cure diseases! uoool
unless exhibited upon
CIDEIt. within two years fiom the 27lh which have
r tney not the slightest
Ellen Foster. influence,
some
April' Ib:W. of wliith had
they tried

I -Pensaeola. August 20, 1829-39- .It. ... J C Bags St. Domingo and Havana G. W. Barkley, syrup as may be seen by previous ibeir own to tlesliions.iht use of the

At ft/. in fact for the Legal Representative. Tile medicine is so highly reputed by some of the
Chambers, 24/A August, 1829. Coffee[ : 'physirian* fur the cure of various diseases that
\I PIMUJICO!... June 20'h.! 1929 the to
ORDERED. -2I-8i ( Ior's '
That prop1 '
4 there be an nil term of the own knowledge ten gentlemen of
FIFTY B \ j ---- .
RRELSJJlIIIRYE
Superior Court held in and for the County of -, the medical faculty ncie induced to tiy it u Iti{!;.
\I ton in the Western District of Florida on SacS rlt i j Pcnsacolu Gazette Reading Roan f'IISII. to which they themselves had been si. jeer.

tlouduy of December next, and of which,. due notice WHISKEY t} "- I and fount! gieat benefit 'from its use ; one pi-.i -iru.
will bo given. tJ HE Piopiiftor ufthP Pensacola Gnze'ie has Inily. residing in :All.nto &. N. J whose dU-r
James "r ehb. One hundred and Fifty Boxes hr. OI'I'"t'll II was thiealenrd liy It ccvcie attack cf liver ,I. m-

[plaint, which had previously resisted his
Judge of the Southern District of Florida, Acting PORTER, ALE, & CIDER. READING ROOM was i iu the l'UU1'Stof a few weeks OM rcstorrfi,(-,nnient -
VTI the absence oflho/ Judge of the Western: District. I to the :
A. true Copy.toru the Record, FOR SALE BYVanbaun where Papers fiom eveiy part of the United Stales The e.Jnyuirht.f'ppttvctheald:,
accounts which i
I air ienlai Ivlreceiveil. Hti Robt. A. Lott. and Wilson \ apents iit ilifloi ent parts of the Union,
the ai rival of the ?1i'! speaking; C\f
I: Clcrx. Pensaroln, November 17l. IM2BRANDY I the good rtfr'its ptoduced by the syrup, me Mifficienl .

;...- TERMS.Eijjhl lo compile nl this lime an octavo vduine of

t NOTICE. Dollars per unuum. p">'nhTe in advance.FOI l upward of two bundled pages to enumerate nil
I m: ; the f uir-g.
t } the accommodation I those Gentlemen _

a n"E Underyigped )lifts leccived instructions to \' il\l'Js &.e. whore stay in the City may be uncertain, subset ip-I I The doses of the '' Columbian Syrup," air JUII .

prevent or piuiish the culling valuable lions will be received monthly, at one Dollar per ciousty proportioned, mid id.iplt lo the .. ant}
timber upon the Public Lands The"e insttucfions ininiib.Snbsctibers. I Dtienglli of (he human system. It is ,;n :; lectls.iiinnoiit .-
{j-u
extend not only to Liv Oak and Cedcu.IoUI &UPEKIOR L..ndo Duck Brandy, I to hnv the privilege of introducing :I that no evil ei cctx need he Hppi< cii.ie.<]

!. 1'imberofeverydeecriptionakeofiom thepublic ('tact unite Clito. genteeUtranpeis giutis.LTSubscriptions from it, w hen taken ogierably to the' i no ,c.i .

Land,. fur the purpose of Shipping, for the us I er .' Cognac do. ( are cow received attho Reading i II may be g \without any apprphrll i..I' r. tLc
.J
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of Saw Wills &c. It ijlo tJe ( .!
umrrt.tnod hUH"f'rIhat Old MadeiraVmcs, I Room. most tender infant 01 feeble niuli.

the instructions Oo not a.ply lo limber used for Old! Sneirr do. ; MEDICAL: RfCOMMtNUATORY IVOTIC
I
I
tL'ci 1 or for plantation (impost rs. 4. 01,11 l.ifh Wlisk: 'v. uib Proof, ,i RATES Oi WKARFAC: I J1arug 'CO"III"d the use .f J. Albright's
I '
Benj. D. FOR SALE JIYVanbaun ( OLU11Dt4S! SYRUP" in
.
Wright ; my own privaie
BSOLVLD by the President and Directois of.: for j.r.ic-ice
I uculy twu\i'nt and
U. S. i \\ the Wharf having witnessed its, decided
Attorney.Pensacola t and Wilson Company that after the 20111 just. efficacy in many fftSei which had

7th Nov. 1828-30--'I. Pensncoln, lldi. N- vnr.i.iTO : IHl: I the tolluwing tales will be chat bed on nil vet ge.slaying insisted the usual remedies I now with much pi eviuucly pl.u
...- t along side the Vv'haif.; ; t
--- sine give; my testimony in its favour, and will quota
Pi-r c-y.! H fi W oI the' most lernaikaule
TO THE iYth1tiiiERs cures pelf> irnd
FBXKTJS&S ;
by
Vessels of 5 & 10
Ions exceeding: tons 0 60 the same: which camp under
.. notice.
OF THE UNITED STATES.OF r .. ,Q :i(JYS beer hlt'n mooted in i, I' 2O 10 ::!!O 0 75 I I !Mr John Hiiukb-'s son, of my Abinjtoi. *":.* I ship, ...
FIViLaig. :30
: l.ulilifrom 1 the Gulf Slieam. 1JG I I I Monigoinery county. Pa. tilcerafion! of the inth
; I
late Hie prices of nil the imitertuls ucd ;jo 40 '!!
1 in 175 and
) I ill ouh the Hniboui of' h bYE:$!iT, into the bayof.Mexito ; tuoat! and violent inflammation of ih> eves
milking Printing Types, have been greatlyreduced 4i} CO 2 00 1)! the: disease had
] Vc'ut'ls I I destroyed the
: 9 feel soft
( "I" lug :J water and part ol the
and the of CO
I facility manufiifniiiig J 100 I
At' 2 25
!lf inci ased. The Subscriber l.'icrcfuie Kit bound fo Mobile: Pent,uct.I.I, and! New Oileans, can Otcr 100 throat und roof of the niouih. thai it tail bate;
'
has
tteeu 150 2 50 i; the bones !
HIM made its
i> observing! the following direction* :' way into the nose Mrs.
y ease( through ; -
1 induced 1ft make a proportionable reduction" in thepric'H. E: Allover 150 3 00 I II
this Channel I with M.ny Peleison of Wilmington, Del of
And thus
perfect safely, avoid i:; confiimr
which from the first of I On
Licensed
,
April have been Cart 60
as every Dray or cents ScroluLi
per antler which
i she
lie tedious and : laboured
elated in the annexed Iii?. tiHiigerous navigation of' the Gulf ;iII j nioiiiii.! nearly three
is. ipcommcnilftl Musters of Vessels years She had extensive scrofulous
'j The to rte rr'! ulcerations
character oflh. made
fa well known to the Tru Type<(et who me at this..ssnud Fount I llixtin )' fr un Buoy to Buoy, keeping close lo tbem on t'illlfr"illI'IT'It'y Extract from the JUnutes, on breast trt''eft: side of ihe neck down to her breast ; the
.t are mooted III the deepest water very much enlarged ; her left arm suoi.'tli: :
regard to the quality. of metal' finish J. (t. Drake l '
and and useless:
Secretary and her head the
t Hud! be each on affected side
durability, no deviation hut bcrn' made. can distinctly seen from other- Tliebearings PPnceroa, :, j ,,.'Iiniu........ .. ,,,,,... 'I... .. "I.n".r _..". _:_,_ .re
,
l.'jih. 1 -v
Hr ot the 1)llUyellP a" 'IUIIu\t's : j \\m-- !9iP--:-H s cijuiimrr aim vioicni pain 1:1 tIer
has on hand a complete assortment, and can The, let Buoy the Channd 1 i\'Silpln.. General Thomas Snyder of fiheumalr.
H! the ('{lllIII'Po ol and :
fnpply quantity on n short notice he wiii, be TO THE (
any ; PUBLIC. nfltictiou of the
I n -4ily iu the Ila:'bour of Key West bcis Irom bend, followed' by an obstruction of
to receive the ordei of
happy his ,
have immediate cu tomerllwhichill the Light. Huns on KeyVht b)' COIDJI.ISS N. TAKE A'OTJCE.HAT the oust ils ; severe pain in the upper jaw, cctrad
ntitu.
att" Meichants who \\'. !liy W.fSt. JiM..iH 1 mile. : 'I' all! Tax.-- ..n Lists, Slaves: //.-r f'S. &c. tug; from the nose over hr! cheek boner ; ih- cnrtksexhibiting

have orders from nhiond, can have offices complete iud Buoy bears flOw tl.e lit Buoy NV.. bv'. !' .D. &> due to tile Clt\ of Penoai'idH, rtflri. the 'high state of iufl.+mmntioo.- \1r. Va

iMth presfed, mid every thing'lrcresary for ai1 .N .in.3ul. filll!: day III S"lrlllht'r nest ; I sball, pmeeetl Ha.itea' lentine Borart'of utcernrion/ of the 1 loft nobtnl. obsn .
I'
luting tablisluncii: sot ii: the! mast in'Mot) of Ihlsalnf'
peifect liuoy bears fiom the 2u Buoy, NV.. A Jlllwol >le loan Oidinaucc of the Cotpot.iii ; ; loss of smell difficulty 01'br..ctbtng
manner.Publifncrs Utrtt 51st and guvere pain of the :
North : J*:i-' Mr.

nre requested to give tint advntisc- 4th Buoy heats from the: 3d Buoy, i11'. 1-2 North. Jacob Rick tts. I Mustek's will., son and daughter ; Mrs.J MnsJck: r>{
merit a place in their Cbioi.ic UhcnniHiismvjih
few
: times
pnpers !, which
jo ieoivepRv she had been
nth Bar the !
Buoy on the brut strum LujWliuUseon
ment, 2 dollars in Types or in the set tit- Tax Collector. afflicted upwards of sixteen: years ; her son of scald
CK'iiluf their acroimts. Key West, North \\ ere by \\i-s'. Icnnl'i O/Tice./ 15th Aup. !S'2<).-293:. I head, and daughter of scorbutic rO''llion of Iho
I B
Richard (Tf'Vessels requirnrF Pilots can obtain them at gum and discharge from the left
Ronaldson.
eai. Sullen
Key Vest, as tbeie is n boaic of brunch Pilots ts j jTbe AVISO AL PUBLICO.I I Snare's son of c+.ioujI affection of the shin .
PIUCES.! -At six months credit, for < It : al.lilhrc.1 ; ii achy I
l1'Plo" j i I" the whole
of
lie shin
hone
"E
61r < onfonnente it una ley de esie Cabitdof as destroyed, togtihif
paper, or at a disconn: of fl |Il'l cent for c.th.! shmt'eu:1tf'r' at low water is 10 feet, and with! of
'L'bii31 dtEnero many the smaller bones
de 182o of Ihe foot. Mr.
.ptoccdtre al -
Pearl 1, Ib.Nonpareil I 40 ..I high water 12 1-2 feet on thc Bm.Win. '
$1 James
!
per Engish, $7 32 C 01! m drlulrrechoa Sdbre Sulaies, Esc lavoi| Ca- M Minn, of liver complaint and /i.-ilin,

0 90! Great Primer 0 3C Pinkncy, "sUns &,<: A/c., debidoR ala Ciudad de Panzacoladcjtie which !:e had upward. of nine years.Mrs \1. err,
finlto, 0 70 Double Pica. 0 34 ; ei I ii imi.T ciia dc of ulcerated sore m:'uth Mini throat! '
.
Svperintendant of l<:: |" ptirmbre, proximo.f and her < .nili;
Brevier, 0 06 Do. Great Primer, 0 3:4 oys
: f ficiera del Currf'gicJug."I. ]f> dr 1829 ter of kcrotula. Besides the diseases abovemerated >iu-
purpeois, 0 46< Large letter, plainLong CUSTOM HOUSE, I prescribed the Syrup with
Primer, 0 40( Scabbards aud : } Jacobo Ricketts, in mercurial glrit succcej
West and
Keg January 20, 18?9. cases secondary (> hilis.
:
Small I Pica 0 3i Quotation.* 0 30
I Cubrader de dcrcc/ios. I In giving this testimony of the meriis of the :
Pica. 0 30
f-? ,' "Columbian "
Syrup, I have,
I divested
my hl\l,;"Het'l.Ilrt'IY
The of other
price descriptions!' of Types GOSiiEN BUTTER
are &c.Jiisii -
pro- ot tecbnicHl
I terms, tl"' better to be underdeistood .
port ionably reduced. by thoke. to whom it is
H .. ( Bnlier NOTICE. intended to :or>
ii ey
Old
Type received in payment at 9!) cents per Ib.ZSUmSHAXS ? its eflecis. The
.... ., ii.. giant in half Bbls. '8' liE Copartnership heretofore existing under been length of lime the diseases! 'lav: ?

1FRH1j .JI the film of Maine-. & Gales' is mutual dissipated, convinces me, that the cures are
PONCHONG by
) SALE. TEA, this dissolved conerit permanent, and it may with propriety be said, that.ter .
day Those
demaudiagainst i,
.. ('rnnbc. rirs. having healing qualities! tank it amongthe flu st
rctne-
John Brosvaham said
\ Best Cincinnati Hams (Gft+SO- Firm will ,please present them-it is dies of Ihe present day
Vrf.Zcno deemed quite Miinetexsiiiy to add, that those indebted -
Philips, Adnivisrator\' EXECCTIOV 05Qf : DE- WilY,) '\. ails! ron.'er n particular' favor by settling JOHN MAYWFG.. M D.

Joseph rhilijut, deceased ( CRE::: IM Ct1A GtRY. Raisins ne-v Crop, their Bccuunu. c Philadelphia, March 5. 1828.

and the unknoicn heirs of said I Hi.KBI.ls. No 1 Mackerel, P. The above mculiolle.Il\It'di'ine can be pff.ture:1'HI
Joseph Half best Cincinnati Family Beef, Sidney Uaiiies, three dollars
a bottle
Philips.a J (per quart of il">e Subscribers
t.vi: .+cit of execution to me directed by Uinlei wood's best assorted Pickles and aaces. Samuel Gates.The who will( exhibit to any person apply illl. U-P rent

r II..... :Supciior Court, for the UVsteni ]_)i3tiict Pine Apple! Cheese. business wilt in future lie conducted ficales of ) of Florida, I "iJI.tlI Public For Sale by the Subscriber, at hi* Store, Main by
at Auction, at the Samuel Gates who { Ins :
keeps 1IllIal!
Street, in front of .the Public good supply, & Wilson.
h.thtj'l 5qureJ.
placrof i ( "111'1 Pms-i
? in t Ja. on ih- Pensacola, August 3td l IS2V: -2$il(
1st. Dt\YOF SEPTEMBERnext Pescay.Peruncola "-,- Pt'lItil\cola. ]IGMi! J.inu.\iy 1S29B&

at 12 fI'dod.1.: nil the right, title! and niie I Nov. 21st, 1828.KIRCHWASSER. -- '

lexlofZenn Philip, as Administrator and heir at I CLOTHING BOXES -
CLARET
Law of Joseph Philips deceasni ; as aU-i all the I t ., IVLVE'Supenor ,
right, litle.and iiileroiit of othejsthe unknown heirs &C. HATS, BOOTS, AND SHOES.

nf the said Joseph Philips in said bill of complaint I Fun SaU. by the Subscriber, lately received quality,

find decree mentioned, in and lo the following lotn New Orleans.Kiichwnsser. J.AS ONE ILL
200 do.
tracts of'land, to wit;-One undivided halt ofa tract (of the Bltuk Forest,) just tree i iHtI l H faahionable Soap, No. 1. ..

cf Lund of 400arpenn, situated about a mile N. E, of Champnif (Sparkling) Winter and Spring assortment o fr; 2 Pipes! dry lIalagaiuc.;

Peusacola/ a.d bounded N. E. by vacant lands, S. Gugnoict dAngers, (French Cherry Cordials,) ; j

C. and !A by the bay of Prnsucola ; and N. W. and MuscatelVine' best quality, tL@jW11 J Sacks of Salt.A ;

W. by the Bayou Tear, "exclusive of the shores." Bordeaux Oil,

TMA hundred' fli \pens of land, situated nbou? 81:1: White Wine Vinegar, which he offers for, sal- Ion An t'I ish. GOOD AStORTMEXT Ol- f

miles, mote ur less; N E. from Pensacolit, Mud a- J. PescuY.Pensacola : AMONG i IWIIIRE; DRY GOODS &0Fun I
brut 4 mile fiom the mouth Bayou Texar. in the /
ltlthFch.182'J.CIRCULAR.( .
direction Black, blue brown and olive dress and frock .
of the thereof upeifine -
east bank and the SALE
I clothCOATS BY
J. J 4.ast ba.ik of he Cirek, known by the name of
Ii+dtan! Pass, and hounded thereon ou the South and & IPANTALOONS.IBnuS H. Michelet.Ponsacola .

W- ,.t-oll..11 other sides by vacant lands. The June 25! 1829- 19-tf.
8..1 Mentioned DEPARTMENT OF STATE, up curd: cassinei. i'-il'ii.p, and circassinn do. f
tract wan originally/ granted by *
I 2rlo ile to Manuel Uoitfalez in 1BOI-the last was Patent Office, June 29, 1829. }} VESTS. PRINTED WEEKLY, DY

-Er granted by Moral** 'n Jobu B. Al"'xondro in 1807. LL ,
pf'llona hsvingbuiiuess'wide, the Patent i.
JISZIOM
I A plain black and fipuied silk velvet, valfnlin, toiliucr D. MOO&S: .
Thy have been levied
ou to satisfy said Execution Office, are leqtiested 10 direct their communi- _l
fancy and silk blue'
t plain and
Cud costs. 'A. GORDON ('It!illltii If i the Superiiittndeut of that Oflice, inxleml With a VitI if'l.of. black cloth. FOR,, THE PliOPllIETOK 1

Marshal. of the Secretary uf Stare, the latter mode\ being

ti.AUSHAL'S OFFICE. ? attended witheunsidrableinconreuiencenc.asotue' ROUND JACKETS, PvibVisViev of the Lxx'vs :'

Pc.csacula..6tt. -\u ust. 162ftNOTE. > times risk All such communications ate free of Fine fl ill..c.lIC.ul. plain{ Irish lill1'uSHI1.'l'S OF TllZ.UKTITED :

.-The sale of the above described proi>erTV postage and will receive immediate' attention. .

-4 > postponed. to the < .. John D. Craig, : STATZ3:
duck, ch rk, cotton md' flannel do. *
1ST
TUESDAY
OF OCCOBBB: : Superintendent. AND OP THE

next- t the legal hours. (CFThe: publisher of the Laws of the United DRA WEB.SCI

ii-; ._' A. GORDON. Marshrt. States, Mill give this three or four insertions.! Black Italian silk CRAVPTS, TERRITORY OF FLORIDA.

I Administrator's Notice. 25-41. plniil recd fanry do. I

Silk handkerchiefs, (J'oves.' Hosiery, striped Suspend 1Sn.fa.s_
ISAAC PITIMAN Senr. hall applied lo me for A of Job r>. Hate nnd FIVE DOLLARS
S I s of Administration on tie estate of large supply type has Caps, pw annum, in advance, if pay

i George Kfrtli'deceased. 7 deep ate to notify those just been received at this Office, BOOTS merit in deferred six months, SIX DOLLAR

401" courtrned that at'tcr six .\ -eks I shal' will be required.
pi-mt letters.
I ; and Blanks of description executed A4 ANDSHOES \\1
Thos. 1\-(. Bush every &c.Ii 4 (UTAdvertisenicntg inserted conspicuously at ol'\t'

,;; f. in the best manner atOrleans New: DOLLAR for
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