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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
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Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
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Creation Date: September 22, 1829
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
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Frjin tu llzoutfi MATEO 1t'.A L CONE. having left his hiding place at night to goI ing and the Ch ICC. During this time {he little we will make not a needed litter for, my fine with fdio" for

A tsTORtf OF CORSIC1.Translated I down to the town to buy j'o\ fiery had fallen Fortunato was pl; ynir: with the cal, and brandies ; and at the farm you of Crespoii some
tor tn.j New York American.Inleiving by the wy into an ambuscade of soltigeurs. seemed to enjoy the embarrassment of thevoltigeurs shall find horses wa
; Porto Vecchio, and: going into After a Vigorojs. defence, he had succeeded and his cousin. A sohlicrwent!: up I and will Very good, said tint
prisoner little
the country the grouiVJl rises rapidly, and after in making his escape, closely pursued, and to the haycock, saw the cat, and iMreleslyplunged ihe !litter,, so that you 1 put be the straw upon
a slow and diilkuU progress, throijh keeping up a running fire from rock to lock. his bayonet into the liny, wiih'a ();: e.-While the vohigeurs may: more at my
crooked p-iths, obstructed by great fragments But he l 1);d gained only a little on the sol- shrug of tie! shoulders, that indicated how some in making. a litter out of were the occupied branchesof
of rock, anJ intersecteJ by ravines, ;; diers, and his wound raw rendered it impossible :: useless he thought such a precaution. IS'oth.ing chr.'nm, and others in the
dressing wounds
von arrive iu about three hours upon the for him to reach She maquis before he stirred, and the face of the child betrayed of Gianetto, Mateo Falcone and his wifo
border of an extensive or c This would be overtaken. He For- !
maqu.s p.e. approached: not the slightest emotion. The adjutant! ; suddenly made (heir the
is the home of the Corsican shepherds and ,: tunato, and said to him-\ou are the son of 4* his troops wi>hell themselves at the del l, of the path leading appealHDCP to thf'at maquisl extremity .
of out! r1Y3. The Corsicnn pcismi, in order i, Mateo Falcone ? Yes. I am GianottoS to save: the expense of muuire, sets lire j piero. I am pursued by the yellow! cull rs, plain: as prep-trinrj; to abandon a fiuiiless i.the weight of a large stick of chesnuts whilsti
to the woods-taking his; chance, and indifferent ] (the"} uniform was a brown coat viji a yelj pursuit when their comnrinder: aware .th 1t i i lu-r husband was taking his ,
case having only
too, of its cxiendhiir : !If.S certain, j l low collar) conceal me for I can go no further menaces Would eru-t nothing with the SOP :I ja run in one hand and another slung behind
at any r.ue, of a good! harvest upon! ihe soil t. And what will my father say, if 1 of F: k:HlC, deteiniin.-d: as a last efl-Iri, to try ':r: 'him, for( it is unworthy of a man to bear
thus enriched hy the ashes of the trees lli.it should conceal you without his pcnuj ion 'f the power of coaxing ..in! }presents. rot;;" !:: e1;irrr luiden than his mm On ypfiJig! any tho'so'uilers
; grew on it. The grain there' the wood I He will say you did! well. Who knows I- sin, said he, you av-.ye'-r: cry Stuart Hide l:'t': Mateo" first thought was they wcm
; springs up thick and m.Htcd: from the roots :. Quick, conceal me, they are at hand.1 ait fvllovr? and will succee. :-hut you are pul- Ctlll.C" to arrest him. But whencesuch an
left in the ground, and this entangled copse till my father ruunns.. I vait_.:-curse upon : ting nauchty trick tipon me, and if I were 1;jidi-ri Had Wareo any questions with justilt -'
wood it is, which in a few years grows to : it, they will( be here in five minutes, quick, : not unwilling to give pain to my cousin M,i- j( ? Nv. He fujoycd a good character.
the height: of seven or eight feet, hat is called : conceal me, or I'IlI kill you. Fortunato; an- teo may I be hanged if I would WiT cinvi i He was, as it is said, a well-famed intlivid
race !tis ; and it is only *vitb an nxe in sweied with the greatest coolness. Your : you otFwith m-l' C :h Ti.ough; when hay: 1[ o.d( ; but he was a Corsican and a mom .
band} that it is possible to nv.ke J v.-iy. through! ,(i gun is tiisch'irg'.d: !, there are no more c-'ir- :'ccur.ln; rltul'n'I: '.\ ill relate he; whole! hin} '. Hilll"prnl there' i is no Cursican' mountaineer;
this ttildeincss ; and SOilctimes it is iuden.sc! !I ti ilges ;ji your; brg. But I have my slilt..I'j.: t to him, .lnd, as i I re yard for li ,\ing told me !ii V. lio, in taxing his nH'nlOry a little scutptivlot.sh ,
th'-it the wild goats: themselves c'innot penctxate .i i And can you run as fast; as I can; ? and the ''iifaLi'hooH i he will whip you til! tIlt blood! I will l not recall some peccadillo, such
it. If you h-jve killed a man, fly to the I Ir. I' buy made spring v hich placed him out of i irru: ;". Don'ntful., ti" tu'lsce--but!! comi.- as n 11'.11 shu), or dulled, or some such trifle.
r.t ,ma j:13 of Porto Veccltio, and with a good I'I re.idj. You are not the sun of Iilateo Fal :. !>e n food boy, awl l I wi.yc!! .f)'tu SJletll.r.-! M.-'tvo rnoie fin frost others, h..d a clear
( gun, powder, find ball, you may live there in cone ; would you .;,00 ir.c arrested iu the !!'I I, A".d I, rjy coUiMi-I. .wiil!1 rvoou :some l.ci-: ('r;:. rit-ncr ; !J.r, in ten yeais, he had not
safety, not forgetting:! : a brown cloak with a I I Il I I front of your )house 'i The child t p} ;.reu.J j vicevliich I is, ts-ic! 11' v you d,-'!-.;v 11'lj!'I.toa- I I I'"iiitf.ci his gun at any man. He was, uofr-
. hood, toen.c: bothv fur covering: and mat- ,.! wuchcd.Vh.lt will \ou gi\e me, :aid he?',''ger dianetto will l t...-;"c Il"\ 1'1'' '"' :' I .viiloifjndine; piudeot, and took means to
trass. The shepherds will 5lIl.roa! milk and in ;'pproachinir! : him, if 1 ('.{)u.e'l you ? The i I and then it will;} t.hemre: than one 1'i:,ucn, ;; ; i I t ui.1.- ::1 y.-c'J defence, if it should be found
cheese, and you need fear nothing horn the or.ihv searched a ir.ahern) pouch that hung .. you to biin;; hill out uf it ajjiin. Te! ;'Ij.l. i r.n -.:..iry.VitV, said he to Guiseppa, put
pursuits of justice, or of the relations of the from:a 1.:5 I belt I and (i'l'ls' from it a five franc ; tint dicw from his pocket a -ih n't'h, I tiurncni sk uii: ; Le rrady. Slit obeyed
.ic-cc.iscd.. unl> s it be when you arcobliacd, I piece> riesiintd. doubdess! t:) the putcluse! : of j worth full six ciowns.-nd, olrrv'r". .' t.l. I i lr",:;:;1v.. Ill- g.i\e lira the gun that was
to: TO down into th'j town toicnj'.vycursoie j powuer. l.r.'tunulo skilled at the .-..grit of I eyes of the Iii!I.' Fortan-i? sp-ikl. -: ".; i;.. !i Kh.r.t; b. i hn d I hia:, Ist I it shouldi.incommode
ofammunition. |j the monry: gi ;! !jvti it, awl said]-fear nothing. 'sight' he said to him, hl):.!jm.: : Ol:? th. v. .!."':. ': f.i ; locked the one Jtfield ;iu his hand,
Mateo Falcone when I was in Cor.ilcn: in t : Foiliwiiii: l h-j m:nit' an opening in a .' bngJing- at tho Cali ,>f itS bicel; 1 ctPU--i.1': :'"* / ,mil -ii'vafjred! slowly! towards tho house;'
B-, 'lived in :t house within h.ui'a! l K''to;tl large cot'!Y i-'ih iy sl.iivii-ig ne.tr the I I house: ; \ rogue, how thou \vonh'it life to It <.ve a vv>ell; keeping} close to the trees that grow along
l r of this: inayvis. He was a man, for that country Gitncitu.lled; iiinu-eli in it, and the 'boy like: this::: round) thy! neck, ari'i waik! the !srteraof ihe sub: of the pith, ready at the "lightest"lios.ile .
rich ; i-n.l living nobly-',hat i is to say, covered him up ao curuplcciy, tillleavin." Poito Vocchio; hrueJ.s H noaceik il.eiih : movement to throw himself behind
\vhhout fining;; any thing-from the produce t him bleithing ioo.i, th :it nono could! have ; \\ :n people would! ask you what: o'clock; it i iisyou the} 1 1-trpesl one, under cover of whose trun&
of his flocks, which his nomadic! shepherds!: supposed! a ton w.is concealed theie. He would) ) m.swer-Iof.k! at my watch 1 h!ti* might fi-e in s:<('.}'. **-His wife trod close
k'd from mountain to mountain. When! I hit moreover iiroi m cxpedit,;it full oi'ingunuity. :: When I am buyer, my uncle, the ('apo.d: } :I tll.n his heel, holding: his other gun amfIn
flaw }him about two years after the cvcm i once He lau !fin1 r a cat with her llule; ( ones, i: will give me such wa'ih. Yes, but the ; : ? ir.nu'i bag-the business of a good house
lain shout: to relate, ha appeared; about fifty and placed tluw 0:1 the hay, so as io }pioduce || son of'ulll' uncle his one it"'cy-a'! _>!, io |I >v :iie! in case of a tight, being to load lle.hWli
ye--Ms old at the utmost. Picture to yourself the ilnl)-e- -.i;:;! 1 1.1 had] not, for a i i be sure, sis !handsome as thivn' ;'< is voun- i b:-BP3 aims. On the other hand the adjtvfint -
"- a small: but robust man, with thick} culling long li.s.e, ben 1w'ed! or disturbed. Re- |!jer-than you. The huy sij.h<.:d. Well, inv, Wtis exceedingly conceined at seeing
hair, black as jet, an aqualSne nose, *h'.nlijx mu king then some spots of blood on the j I little cousin, will you h.'ve; this! ; oneFor- | J l.tco advnnce thus with measured ste}>@,
hrbc and q-.iick eye, and n complrsiou }p:!:1), litcaiefjilly sprinkled them I over with I II '! tunato, "ylancing! f om the comers oj ;J-c: "*, <.s !his; musket thrown forward and his finger oft
of the color! of your boot tots. IlistxocrtTiL'ss I dust, and that t tlHl', tlnew !Jwo"plf; again on :|'i't ihe w.t dl'H, ? like a cat to whirli! av.hole' ) i :he trigger. If, by chance, thought the adjuuuit -'
r as a shot WMS deemed extraordinary, i the crass; widiJ l lac 1':f--test ti\inqiliji. I II. i{I chicken offered.!. Ptvocivniu ; l't: if ;ij !iuj I Mateo should be related to Gianetto*
even }in that country of good shot : for instance j Some minatr-j. alter.! ; ;;:ds, six: men in uniform ;i mockery, ;he anima does noiroich; out it... or his tiiend, or should determine to f:efendT
: Maieo, if he fried even at 120 paces i with ;':1 ',jtitHnr]' \'''Cj ,: L--io.e the door !I j jof I. paw, and, Horn time to tiI;:-, Mrns ;:wav. !ran, the charges of his two muskets would"
: r.t a :'oat, would at pleasure strike it iu the! j I Mateo. TJii. adji'K'nl. w-s in some sort that it may not yield to the: ;.tn.ui.vlion, : !butjstiUlickingits -each two ems, as surely as a letter through
ftead or behind the sho111d -r. In the nrjhr j|I, rehird To Ma'c-o.; I.. COIHC i ;:.. ,-** i i', welj'ii i lips, alino.-t sccr.,1-" ..- to its the post office-if, notwithstanding our ro
equally} well?! as in the day could he shoot ; j i !'vnir.vn, decrees- C''I' n,loiioniliio are raced i !; master, how cruel is you '.;P'.t! i Veiliie: : l.-ttior.ship, he should take a fancy to aim aC
and this circumstance, a little incredible to I I much! further th! ':! cl--.vheiv.: liis n.sme; 1. adjuMnt G'imbti I looked ;:< i;'!hwn; :"n c ",.,.- I I Inc.-In this perplexity the adjutant took a"
whosoever has not travelled in Corsica, was I was l'lu"o' GaiuSu, in active man, and (::;t in presenting the witth. r(:tall :tO ric! !I verve hold step, that of advancing alone to:.
related to me of him. At eighty p-icos: a much dreaded: hy tlio ontiavvs! of whom} he not however put tool: p.- \r.tlon; : : s'i.i to 'I wards! Mateo, in order to tell him the whola
> jight'jd c-indle was placed behind a tran-pa-1 I hud tracked :x-vt-r!. Good d.ty, little cousin him with a bitter nii'e;' why .So vim mock me story a* an old acquaintance ; but the short
rent !piece: of paper as big as a plate ; he I !i raid. he, appro.iclnpg Fort tauto-Vv'hy, thus ? By henven 1 :iu rat;: laockiug you ; distance which separated him from Mateo
: took aim, the candle was extinguished, and hot you me ;j o-ftM.: Did! you see .t man only tell me where Giuro: i is::,. and: the appealed to him fearfully long. Holla, mold '
Jet in the roost complete darkne q f he would }p::"; Jii'i.' ji.::t trove '.' Oh 1 am not yet as: watch is yours. I ortnnt''p .-smileinc: edu- comrade, said he ; how goes it my bravo
thive times out of four, hit the pi per. With bij! ; Hyt>ii, my cous!n, rejilied the boy, vriih lously, and fixing his H.irk e.' es upon the boy 1 It is I, Gamba, your cousin.. Mateo '"
Such surpassing meritMateo, :"'akone clad not a sheep air -:all! iu good r ma'. But did I adjutant, endeavored to !h d i in his face without answering a word )ad-halted ; aad t
tiled to acquire treat reputation.! Ho was you sea a mn pries. I a.slVhather I sawa what faith he Mould n-..<>*'' :in }.:; j>:'oiniatMay -. as the other approached"gradually raise : ;.
reputed a good friend and a dangerous or.edy r.ian pass I Vesa ]i-tn in a pointed cap, I lose my epaulette, s.tM: ihe : 'iiitani' the muzzle of his piece,tilli at the moment .
; in other respects; kind and charitable ; ;nd wish a jacket 1 triinnrd with red and yellow. if 1 do not give you the vi-irch i.j.yn tint codition. :;- the adjutant came up to hftnV lt pointed tri 1
he lived in peace with all in the di'irict of A nrm in a pointed cop, and with a My) fallow soldiery -r.e Wi'1 (' .\t., the sky. Good rnornin ,-broiP tr said t *
, Porto Vecchio.! : It w:'S whispered of him, jacket tiimn.cd with red: and \vllow ? Yes, and I will not draw back. In :sj-e'ikinu} : : tai I. adjutant, holding out hkjiand ; it is long .
however, that ut Cora, where: he married answer me quickly, and don't repeat my he held the watch nearer and: ne-ire:1, until it since wo met Good morning, brother. f c .
his wife,he had got rid, very uncoiomoniously questions. This morning his Reverence the all but touched the pale cheek of the child, was coming to say how do you, in p:!ssiogi!
of a rival who was not formidable: io Curate pt!:::sed our door on liU horse Piero.. whose face showed the contest that; was going to you and my cousin, Pepi.--we have ha Jove thin in w ir ; at least to Mateo was ascribed He asked me how papa was, and I answered on his breast, between his desire for the a long pull to-day, but must not complain .c?
a certain ml1.'ket shot, which dispatched --, Ah little vagabond, you are raise' bauble, and his sense of what: was dim to the fatigue after the prize we have taken-we
that rival, as he was quietly shaving leading! ) me. Quick, which wag did Ginetto rig'.r.i: of ho:pittlil'y. His naked breast: :: }have just caught Giannetto Sajnpiertf..
himself before a small glass Innsinir up aihis pss, fur it is he we areseekiniand I Mn heave with i emotion, and ho almost choked.! Thank God exclaimed Guiseppa-for-ha.
window. This affair: having blown over, sure he took this path 1Vlw knows ? Who Still the watch was there ticking, tinning stole a milch goat from us last week. ThiV
'Mateo man led. His wife, Guiseppa, brought !knows ? I know that you s.iw him. Can about, and at times knocking against his exclamation delighted Ganib Poor De'i!S/ 1
him at first tij'e! cJauhtei"at' which he w.ts people see when they ;.rc: asleep! ? You were nose. Finally, his right hand: was slowly I aid Mateo he was hungry. The iorub(
furious: --r.n' finally,a son, whom he named I not S1 '{-1)in'r, s'apt'I': < (' as thou art, for the I raised-the tip of his fingers; touched the defended himself like a lion, said the attjotan't
rortunato ; he was: the hop of the family, t!11th :::usi I have :-uou-.ed \"OU. You think i wlthotm: the whole weight of it rested in in a tone of mortification-he killed} ,
the inhetitor of the name. The daughters: I tllf-n, mcuuiin: that your CURS make so I I his lund without ihe adjutant's! letting tu the one of my voltigvurs, and, moreover, brofcfc
were well married : the father could rely incase loud a icjjort: 1 My father*: blandeibuss! chain, however; The f-ice was enaniclli, Corporal Chardon's arm-ihat, to be surd,
of need, upon the poniards and ';lun-I: makes a much: !louder. Tho devil take thee, '.the case newly ImrcihelI-n: the sun it look-! t.I'.l'(11ike ino great harm: for he is only a French"man.
!e!"bu'>>C5 of his sons-in-law ; the son was I thou worthl'-ss little scamp. lam sure you fire-the temptation was lrrt.5ule( ,! I Afterwards he succeeded so well in.
only tear vo.irsold, but he evinced already the !have seen GianeiJo. Peihaps: even you FortuirV.o raised his }aft hated and pointed I concealing himself, that the devil himoolf
most promising dislJo:: tion. A cert.'m day have hidden hir.i awi y. Comrade, search with his thumb, over his shoulder the haycock I could not have found him. But for my
in Autumn, Mateo went off early whit his the hru:"*', und see if Gianetto i* not there. which was behind him. The adjutant j little cousin Forlttnato I should have searched
Wife to visit one of his flocks in a cl'Mred Il,- could only! ?.pot of the maquis ; little Fortur/ito wished !j|. Iris too much sense to think of gaining thenlirltaN and "ortnrnto was sole possrwor: cf the 'I tunato repeated Guiseppa Yes ; Gh'netto
to CO: tee, but the} place was too fine: ; besides:: j LJ "hor.ping: : besides, the traces of watch. He sprang from the. nt.d with had hidden himself under that hay cock, but
somebody mutt remain to take: cafe of tin bloud! tiis.ippe.ir let. c. And! what will p'ipi3".y the agility of a roebuck! ,and vv.t.> in a second I II my little cousin discovered the trick to me
house. Hi f.'iher, therefore refused to I ,.s.id; Fortunato, in a complaining} tone, I ten paces from the hay cock, which the soldiers !- 'I| -=and I will certainly report it to his uncle;,
take him : we shall see if he h.id not reasonto what will; h:' say when he hears that people .I ware already turning o,er-thn hay j the Caporale, that he may send him a line
regret his refusal. lie had: already been hive: gone into his house dm ing his absence? was soon seen moving, and a man, covered } present ; and both his name and yours wilT
gone several hours, and little Fortunato was Scapegrace; said the adjutant, in taking him with blood and his poniard in his hand, i I j be in the report which I shall address to the
tranquilly stretched on the grass looking! at by the ear, dost thou not know how soon I crawled forth ; but as he tried to get up the ( Advocate General. Everlasting aestiai&
the !blue mountains, and thinking that next could make thee change thy tune ? Per- stiffened wound prevented it, and he fell. | Mateo, in an under tone. They }had come
Sunday he would go to town to dine with his haps some twenty blows with the fi-tt: of my The adjutant sprang upon him, and snatched I up to the rest of the detachment. lunette
uncle, the Caporale when his meditations sabre may make thee speak But Fortunu- his poniard away, and he was immediately was laying on the litter, all ready for :s s\art-
were suddenly interrupted by the report ofn to still grumbled. My father w Mateo Fal- notwithstanding; his resistance, strongly ing. When he saw Mateo with Gamba he
gun. He sprang up, and looked; towards] cone, said the boy with a marked emphasis bound. Gianetto, lying on the ground, and smiled with a strange smile, and turning towards
the plain whenco the alarm came ; other Know, replied tho adjutant, that I can carry tied up like a taggot, turned his face towards the door of his house, lie spat upon
shots were heard, at unequal intervals, and theo off to Corte or to Bastia ; put thee in a Fortumifo, who was approaching, Mid, with the threshhold, saying, "house of a traitor !**
gradually nearing his position, till, in the dungeon:: to sleep on straw, with irons round more contempt than anger, said, "Son of'a None but a man bent ,upon dying would
path leading from the plain to the house of hy ]legs, and then have thee guillotined, if ----." The child threw him back the j E have dared to pronounce the word "traitor 1"
.Iaej, a min suddenly appealed, wearing a thou dost not tell where Gi-tnetto; Sampicrois. money ho had received from him, feeding in connection with the name of Falcone.
pointed cap, like that of the mountain inhabitin i At this ridiculous menace, the child that ho hltlllo right la'retaTn it-the outlaw'; One blow of his stilletto-no second on
**, wilh along! beard: ), covered with raps, burst into laughter, and repeated-iny father did not seem to notice the act ; and seeing j would have, been neccssrry --won d instantly
find dragging }line tlf slowly along with the is Mateo Falcone. Adjutant! whispered on'-j I{.I I the adjutant, he said with the utmost coolness have avenged tho insult. Yet Mateo maden
Support of his !!11: lie hid jast'rcceived' a of voltigeurs, do not let us quarrel with 1 ":uy dear Gamba, I cinnot walk ; you other motion than that of passing his
-, -,- ;Mateo. Ganiha was evidently embarrassed. will be obliged to carry me into town." You hand over his forehead, as a maj ovei'whelmjcd. -
ThU i is the name of any one who, through his pr"- He talked in an undertone with his soldiers could but 'now run swiftly as a wild goat, Fortunato, when he saw his fdhVfj i
,ullnnce: and exercised inlluucc -
Jterty dependents au
and indeed a pert ormngiatracy, over a districtor who had searched the house: -no long }IH'u-1 I: was the crud reply-but bo at ease, I am so !j coming, had gone into the house ; ho sooai r
.'. a. Thf Corsicans are divided, according to cess, for the cabin of a Corsicanxromists of j I delighted with having you in my power, that :t i appeared again with a bowl oPinilk, which,
c. oM: c.t-,iii, into five castes, viz. : Gentlemen, (of a single room, of which the whole furniture J Jj : I would willingly. carry you b league, on cay with downcast eyes, he resented to G5anV 1
Whom:'':'i.e are Magnifrof: others, Signer, Cfll.o1.lt 1 bacI< I II 4lH. from me.JI
i, { a- $ atibtofthat wives also for bed, benches owa t nco. awiry cried J
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turning to one of voltigcurs, gently said i i is an inch and 't h elf; i i's thickness may be ;I published which were more or less :inaccurate end, tie! asset isl to the c 'ntie of .il.u stnii-
Comrade, give me something to drink." about the eighth of an inch. The cartilages we have been .it some pains to procure circular bend is one foot three md.tin rt
The soldier put his gourd in his hand, and proceeding) from each sternum meet at an a full and correct account of it. ,r l' would distance ol two bunditd. and six feet, and i
I the bandit drank the ,water thus given him angle, aid then !scan to be connected l by express our obligations to Col. Baldwin and in the middle of the floor, and under the .

i i r by a. nun with whom ha had just been ex- 1 li!!t,mi'nt.so ,as, to form a joint. This joint the engineers under him in the management blocks on which the keel l of the vP'iel.s to
, changing deadly shots. Afterwards H.ebeaged has a motion upwards and downwards, and t of the work, for the facilities afforded us in rest, runs a gutter! one foot wide, for leading
I they would tie his hands across his abreast n lateral( 1 motion ; the latter operating in \;j making up the account. the water lo tho discharging lItter. From .

stead behind his hack. "I I like," such! way, that when the boys turn in. Dither An accurate Accovnt vfthr Dry Dock building thv bottom of the dock, oa each side, rise
said ho "." to lie at my case." They quickly !t direction the edjje.s of the cartilage are foiflid }II at the J.Yll1'1]and)ell arlcstou'l'J!iss. I altars, from one to four feN high, and from
I I. gratified him ; when the adjutant gavo the I to open and shut. The lower face of this In compliance'with a joint M-sefution of two to four wide, and ascend to the top of

: order u> march, bade. adieu to Mateo, who carlitagc is .concave '; and under is felt a : Congress, passed May 22d, 1S2G, "that the the dock, ruining throughout the whole
I. answered not a word, and with rapid steps descended rounded cord,, which may be the remains+ of;; Picsidtht the United States cause an examination I I extent of the chamber, (rxcept: where interrupted .
to the plain. More than ten minutes the umbilical cord. Besides this' there is { % and accurate survey to be made by stairs and slips) giving a depth of '!
passed before Mateo opened his lips. The nothing remarkable felt in the connecting j jsubstance. : by a skilful Engineer of a site; for a Dry thirty two fevt from the coping to the floor ,
: boy gMnced with an anxious eye, fist at his I could distinguish no pulsating Dock at the Navy Yard at Portsmouth, of .the dock, and eighty six feet interior

mother, and.then at his father, who, I leaningon vessel. IN. II. 'Chai-lestown, Mass. Brooklyn, N. Y. I uidili between the faces of the coping. ThaI
t his gun, kept his eye fixed upon him with The whole of this cord is covered by the Gosport Val and that such Engineer 1 I semicircular head will be formed with altars
+ an expression of the most intense anger. skin. It is remarkably strong, and has no I be reqUire l to state the dimensions necessa- having rises and breadths corresponding ".
"Thou beginnest well," at last said Mateo, great sensibility :" for they allow: themselves ry for such Docks," &c. Col. Loammi with those on the sides. There are six
t f- fastened it without bal :win was and his transmitted ,. flights ot'strra for entrance to the chamber
with a "orcv'calm indeed, but most fearful to be pulled by a rope to employed, report ,
; for all who knew tho man. "Father !" exhibiting uneasiness. On ship board, to tho Secretary! of the Navy, was I and five sets of slips for timber.The __
) screamed the child, springing forward with one of them sometimes climbed on the capstan communicated to Congress by the President,' side walls and bottom of that part of

tears in his eyes to throw himself at his feet, of the vessel, the other following] as well June. 10, 1827. i time entrance lieiwcim the foot of the clmni.
her of dm dock and the
i when Mateo: exclaimed, "away from me ;" as he could, without complaining. The buildings two Dry Docks was provided have curvilinear tIll Bing gate (posts,

; and the child stopped motionless, and sobbed When I first visited- the boys, I expected ; for by an Act of Congress, passed will each a be frm.rrh feet tiruing( .. gates
convulsively. Guiseppa came up ; she to see them j pull on this corl, 1 in different ': March 3d, Vj 27, the 4th suction of which is. ahont thirty six thirty feet thick t ten inches high,
had jast t caught sight of the watch chain, of directions, as their attention has attracted i as follows : :: afld ltc'tuned
with a radius of about
Trhich one end was dangling from Fortima- by different objects. I soon perceived that :. "And be ;l further enacted That the I stan fire placed in convenient seventy t feet. i Cap-
to's bosom. Who this watch ? | this did not happen. Tho slightest! impulse ]j I po i'iouji,
gave you ; President of the United l States be, and he is for opening and closing the
she asked in a severe tone. My cousin, the of one to move in any direction, is imioedialely : authorized ;I gates. From
hereby be
j to cause to copstruct- posts to ihe end of the
gite recesses, tho
thp..1
Falcone snatched the watch from followed the other that
adjutant. by ; so ed Ducks the
two !
Diy on most approved I walls have a horizontal
curvature
him, a id dashing it a stone broke i it would appear to be influenced! : by the sam I conform' *
upon plan, for the l5P!' of the Navy of the United ;: able lo that of tho In this
into a thousand pieces. Wife said he can wish. This harmony in their movements is gate spare,
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States
i one of the said Docks to be erectedat : the milro sill, against which
tb t be 11 child of mine? Th brown cheek not the result of a volition excited at the the South and the other I! and thc thtgatE's shut, .
some point to to flour over which they!
of Guiieppa became. fiery red. What saycstthou same moment. It is a habit, fornud by necessity. the North of the Potomac River." I t horizontal! ; tho former being swing.foot dio
Inattfo 1 1 and dost thou remember to t At an early period of life .it is one -.is!
After the had! been : inches higher than the Inner, ni.d this
whom ,.thou rt' talking 1 Well!, this is the probable they sometimes dim'J ed. At present necessary preparations I ty feet
made, a coffer dam was first built, in front of t :: below the top of the dork. The siJ; walls
first of'his race that was ever guilty of this i is so rarely) the case, :hat the !gentlemen of thilt
the old battery, in the Navy Yard at Ch' i part of the entrance, be'beginning; five .
troache The sobs of Fortunato redoubled who brought them have noticed! only .
y. feet nine inches ..
low .! from iae fwd
town mark : ;
extending beyond water st'iI.
i-x't-niliug'
and Farcone_ still kept his lynx eyes stcudily single instance. Having been accu,tome ln?! I tho
I to for
iccesses the .
consisting of two rows of sheet piles from gales, an- ;
partly
fixed upon him. Finally, striking the to use! the cold bath, one of them wished it 1. I I.urged The floor between the f .
feet the !intermediate uof the -
ground''with the but of his gun, he thenthrew when: the ,weather was cool ; to which tire i eight to.thJrtcen apart : r interior fines of these side walla; i is horizonlal .
i :; being filled with earth designed) to -
-it upon his shoulder, and returned 1 other objected. They were soon reconciled(f pace ; { and feet below
is thirty iht-
cftho
resist
ttlong the road to the maquis, bidding For by the interference of the comviiandr of the clnrinL'iho effectually building the pressure the dock.of Connectin the tide, dock (u these tide walls and lu+,tn top(.', i. rut
tunato follow him ; the child obeyed, Gui- ship. They neve; hold. :> consultation; as to :
feet wide
of
with a gioove two and fifteen I"dlf"IPtp -
the dam in front and for the -
ran after Matoo and him their mo\'cmellts.-In truth same
seppa taking bv I have never
: the arm, It is your son, said she, with a seen them! speak to e.ch other, although} purpose: about six hundred feet ef quay wall, in( to the receive ihe floating gatejn IIP: used! "
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trembling voice, and fixing her large black theCII'l'r. ,e; constantly .vilh! a Siamese J lad I, with an embankment, v.-as: built, principally luruing gateshould rrquirp re*
the North-cast side of the pairsor to relieve the strain on th' in (l\v dividing :
on dock the
oyes those of her husband if who I is 1I earth
as to readbis t their companion.;! They 1 always 1 ;far.; ? the
inmost soul. Leavo inp replied '1latc,). I in one direction nearly sole bv for the embankment briny taken partly from {pressure. ThedHchargmggKn>r at
standing
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foot oft HP. chamber .
the, subsequent ratiuna ol the durk is fontinued
; I am his father.: Guiseppa kissed i hor son, site: ; and are not aiile, wiiiioni inconvenience l j[ through the of the .
nnd went weeping into her dwelling, and lo fare in the opposite direction, so About the last of May, 1823, the cxcava- i I each side, in masonry arched gui"ar return two fi,\vllson ol: wide .

,. ., them throwing herself upon her knees, before t that one is always at the right, tho othir at tion was commenced, and! continued, exceptin ;I and five high, extending forty feet frOnt iho ,"
the: image of the Virgin, prayed with the left. Although not placed exactly iii a the inclement season, to the pre.-nt time.At axis of the dotl<. Here the water \\'illlJo. .

c forvor. Meantime, Falcone walked on, i parallel line they are able to rim and !leap! the same time the carpenters commenced discharged into/ side culverts*, two feet sir
about two_ hundred }paces in the path ; heft with sllprisingactivity. On some lccasieD9 preparing the sheet piles, blanks and other. inches wiJe and four feet high, arched ,>! the
stoppeoat a little ravine into which he descended. a gentleman: in sport, pursued( them round timber work for the foundation of the dock, I top and bottom extending about two buns '.
I He tiled the ground with the but I ihe ship 1 when} they caBle suddenly! ] } to thehaehwav ] and the sione-cuttvrs: commenced} hewing died and fifty 10 a reservoir constructed in .,'
of his gun, and found it soft, and o.isy;; to dig. : which} had been inaJ"crtei1th'1eopen ] the stone for its formation. About three .' the m solln tinder the head of the dock.
The sjKt seemed suitable for his purpose. 1 : The: least check would have thrown hundred men were employed on the work, auto this reservoir the water will 6e drained "

,. Fo..tunltto; go te that big; stone. The child them down the hatchway and] probably: killed 't len, the weather admitted, to the present by he gutters and side cul vests, to be after '!
did as -tt3" was told, and knelt down. both time. A steam engine of fifteen horse -
Say I one or : but they .leapt over it without power wards lilted by pumps, worked by a te-:1D "
s' your prayers. Oh, father, father, do not difficulty.: built by Dar E. A. Lester, of this city, engine. Along the banking masonry of the

_ftillmer! Say your prayers, replied Mateo, I. They are quite cheerful : appear intelli"t on a I new and much approved plan was put 'siu'e walls of the .entrance are_ to he con '.
ln a terrible voice. The child, Imitating I :It : atjendinpt! !wjiate.-ver is prc.-ent d I to in operation! previous to beginning the ex1eav.iTlon jstructed "Jilting culverts, on jrh side, .
\ ." and soWiinsr, said the Lord's nraver: ad the 1 i I them, ;nd} rca acknowledging! any civility. for the, purpose of keeping it clear j I two feet six incl.es wido and of the -MIDO
\ + aced ;The father, at the end of each ', As a+ proof their intelligent-, it is stated, that of water, whether Ii oil rain, leakage of ihe height, and twelve feet below the top ol tlta
prayer said umc.n with a loud voice. Arc in n lew d ty.., they! learned to piny ft drafts coffer dam, &,c. or from springs. On the coping. They will open>> from the tidE waler _
these all the pravers you know ? Father! I 1 j \vt-ll,ew.iiL'h to become antagonists ,.f those Zl>i of Mar in the present year, the first in the exterior face of the wing wall, "
Know the Ace J/rfr/rt, and thn litany, which ,|I who had long been versed] in the guile.'I tJnclS laid'hjic; at the same time the i and extend eighty four feet to squ.ie wellroom's .

my a'Jnt.. taught me. That Is lonir, I but ne\ei'xninJ. 'lie connexion between these. hoys inieht excavation; at the upper cud was going on, (ousinicled near the ,beginning of tho ,
The child], in aoice y,itcelye1rti.cul !* present an opportunity] for some interesliujrobservations as well: ds the ,them mediate work preparatory (hcJ'ilniug; culverts.

tie, finished: tho litiny. ILn''Ot1 finished in re'jard: 10 I physiology: and to ikying: ll'e stone. AH the f.icrs of the interior roasonr\ of"

i t Oh father, mf.rcy: : t forgive me. ; 1 pathology.! Th"- ie i is, no douh, a nriwoiK The foundation is composed of piles, I' the! fluor and altars, the farces of the t>r.nH'e
I will 'never do so more ; and .1 will importune of blood \e-ssels; and :some minute nerves: three feet apart, ( ( hen to the average o'j; and wing walls, and bottom of the mats+nco,
my undo, the cnp )rate, until Gianetto Massing from one to the other. How far ten feet, on which rest timbers one foot"l'taiP I| will be of hammered slime tvuik, laid i ia .

-h} pardoned. lIe was still speaking, when ilifsc 1)arts are capable of transmitting the ; the -paces bet ween them being filled: water proof cemcr.t. The bottom: tUlt: e3
Mitoo cocked his gun, took aim, and said: action of medicines and of diseases; ; and es- with bioken stone, which is also: rammed of masonry over the whole flour, about ono!
: "JM-iy God forgive you." The child madea Aerially of what p utkllllIHl'odiriues and a under the" tinkers to an average depth of foot six inches in depth as well as one (.1.,1 ..

I I, desperate effort to rise and embrace' his what diseases( arc points v.ellvorthy! of in- eight inches. An additional} row of piles is six inches in thickness, around the ui.olo: (
father's knees.r t was too Iat, ; Mateo ve. tigatiou. Capt. Coffin informed+l nie they;. driven in the direction of the axis of the exterior backing of the dock and: croll i-<.e.
fired; and Fortunato fell dead at his feet. had never taken medicine-sinry +hey hail:! dock and muler/ the k gel, to the distance of will also be laid in cement In ait >ic.: :.
; Without a single look at the body, Mateo been under] his care.-Once therwere ill] two bundled feet. Upon the timbers is laida pails of the masonry of time dock ulc-i, it ,_
t "resumed the road to his IMUISO, in ordr to from eating too heartily, but were relieved course uf tin ce inch plank veil secured has been dci'rned desiiiible: the cone' : of
pet a spade to bury his son. He had only by the efforts of nature. lie thinks that any with. spikes and tree nail, and! another stone are to be so arranged as to form. menus- .
gone a few steps, when he was met by GuiSeppa indisposition of one extentls tu. the:other, ; course. of timbers dim i ectJy) over the piles, to resist: time upward pit :'HIre. '.
i ) funning towards] him, alarmed by the'I'eport that they are inclined to :slerp ut the! .sating and thef IIp.lce beiwt-en! lie limbers filled The whole stone work in the duck will ,
of the mu ket.Vhtt have you time ; teat about the! same <:-tianritvf,. and I, "with brick !laid in water }proof cement.On amount lu about five bundled thousand. : cibi\r ".
; done 1 Justice. Where is he ? In the perform other acts with greatimih.ll'it! \". -chEds. another course of plank! like the first, feet, of which there H now laid from tiny .
ravine'! am going to bury him. lie died Both he and Mr. Hunter the' entlpman y\\t -ands&creed in like manner, on which the to- forty five thousuiul: ft-et. About i'l''iy; _
like a Christian, and I will h-ivn masses said] united with him ir bringing thenf'lierf', ape:"Sftlrewdik of the dock rests. This com- thousand ftet)1 at the present iu the Navy :.

"for, hidCLet my son-in-law, Feonoro of opinion that touching one uf.lhem whet i'[induces at the depth of thirty two feel belowdnJiiJiiry Vaid, ready dressed for layiug. Tl;*. tono .

>. y -"Brianch-. be told to come and live with us. they are asleep, awakens both ?.. .. I high; water, rising four feet aboveit. i is quarried at Quincy, wad i is furnished by
PRo MLJUMEE. The pulsations of the heart arc exactly>! and covers an area of one hundred fret !'I Itide contract. It is brought;:! on the Ritlhva\'

--- dike in both boys. I counted seventy-three and three: hundred: and 'forty-cne i .et I the landing on Nt"pos'"el!, river, and is lhencotransporua > ;

From the Boon Dally Advertiser. pulsations in a minute, while they were sit- lon};, is: enumerated iu the ftiUuwfllg to the Navy Y: id in sera tot?

Some account of the Siamese Boys, lately I ting ; counting first in one toy, then in the schedule. : boats. _
brought to Boston.-Dear Sir.-In compliance other.: I then placed my fingers on an arm > Eh.(. Incites. The reservoir and discharging culvertsas ,
f I with your request, ''as weft as in obedience of each boy, and found the pulsations take I From the sea to (beginning; before described, arc designed to fucili

to what I consider to be a professional I piaco exactly together.: One of them !stoop of ('unoedHll1S of tate the docking of ships; the adlllis.'.iull ctf ,
duty, I undertake to give some account of ing suddenly to look- at my watch his pause -entrance, 5 9 water from the tide, rube into the dock or

the Siamese Boys, and particularly of the became much quicker! than that of the other ; Thence to beginning of reservoir, or from the dock to the latter, be. .
medium- ; by which they are united together. but after he had returned to his former pos recesses for tutuingpates ing commanded by draicgatcs or shutli rs. _

: The boys are supposed to I be about! 18 4urc, in about a quarter of a minute, his pulse e; 21 ITo When a ship is to be docked,. the filling .
t, .' years old. They are of moderate stature ; was precisely like that of the other boy. [ !point of miire sill, 21 8 culverts are closed, as well as the Pass:=!rci
though not as tall as boys of that age in this This happened repeatedly. Their respiration To ,lir.o of heel posts of from the dock to the dischaiging culvert
I country! They have the Chinese complex are of consequence, exactly simulta turning gales! 14 0 and reservoir, and the water is pumped from
:ion and physiognomy. The forehead is neous. j! To. gutter, fine bottom the latter. The ship is then admitted and _
more elevated and less broad than that of the This harmony of action in primary functions and side walls [being the ponderous gates closed. In this situation t. j

Chinese'-owing to malformation. They shows a reciprocal influence, which" curved,) 13 0 the dischaijring gates are drawn, and _
much resemble each other; y et"not so much may lead to curious observations, : and} important t To .he face of return walls the water allowed to flow into the discharging .
but that little deductipns. at foot of dock, 4 (0 culverts and reservoir and
upon a ousenntiop"nrious Whether: it will be in my thus sn a few*
f points oftHssimilarhy may bo noticed. power to" obtain any t further information in To centre of-semi-circular minutes, the water is lowered several inches '

The substance by which they are connected regard to them, is uncertain* If not, some head of dock, 206 0 in the 'dock, to hasten the shoring, and produce -

is a mass two inches long[ at its upper one else can better accomplish the task i To head of dock within the an immediate pressure on the gates, s<> ..
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'edge, and about five at the'lower. Its Let me add thrff! there is nothing unpleasant ) i i! coping, being' (he radius as effectually to prevent the'admissionof!> ."
hreadirTfrom above downwards may be four. in fire' aspect'of( these boys. On !the of the head, 43 0 water, and fix them steadily. The resewip.and
I inches ; and its thickness in a horizontal di- contra thcY"mut'be viewed as presenting: To, extreme end of; backing culverts will contain above sevonteca .,
1 section two inches. Of course it is not a I I one.of the most interesting objects of natural i ;4l heart d.} 7 3 thousand: 'cubic feet of water ; the water ia .

rounded cord, but thicker in the perpendicu I history, which have e'cr been known to I I the dock, &c., iupposcd level with the top-
lar, than in the horizontal direction. At scientific men.' I,'' 340 11 I I of the upptr, altar, or four feet below the _
:. its lower edge is perceived a single umbilicus You are? at .liberty to employ the above Round the whole exterior, boundary of coping, afone foot in depth, will be y litllt:
!. through which passed a single umbilical statement in such way as you think likely I i the flour runs a line of sheet piling, to prevent more than twenty one thousand feetand; o _.
r 1: _chord to nourish both children in the fetal to be useful !|i: as f far us [possible the passage of the I this quantity, a ship of the line, admitted t M .
c 1 t ". tate.-Placing -my hand on this substance, I have the honor to 1 be, your's, &c. j! water. under) the .floor) ; and to slop MS udmislaion full draught; would displace above nine

t Which I will denominate the cord, I was JOHN C. WARREN.WM. belwren he two courses u1'1ltupr plunk. thousand cubic feet ; ronsequently rc:,. .
fuprised to find it extremely hard. On further STUBGIS, Esq. | Under! the gates and crossing the dock are duce the water one foot when the :.hips in -
examination this to bn siniilnr; lines of dll et piles connected dock twelve
hardness was found to only lliousnnd feet need be admitted -
: Li wist at the of the cord vilh If.ose. of tile sides; and well st-cucd t lo Jo the reservuiraud
upper part only; andj. From tin Boston Patriot. additional culverts ; and the
sills
to be prolonged into the breast of each boy. DRY DOCKS. I The cross and limbers. dock water mtv-: be lowered: about one fool
Tracing it upwards I found it gen. rill interior structme of the dock five inches to fill them.
be A
to. constituted As the Dry Dock at Charlestown isa ': will! be this he. coupletc command
: ; stone floor to bo 'feel
J by a prolongation of the ensl form dart matter of curiosity, and a subject .of much wide between the first thirty of the level, at the moment when a' .
altars and thetho
filaga of th* *fcrc* or flxtrcairy of the conversetioo ia thus .9 uarter, and 03 everall I IW d rifl.&Jltter wholo toasonrv at' will ship the especially a large 1 one, is about to joucK .'
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storedCA:" v t.:.ry important; aid this mode j Mm: by the collar when he stobbbil. .1YiS f welf spurs hiui, on ; be will, with or without ,. e j How had j it been with other Presidents 00$

w;ill t';l.' JIIOMperil.it ron'fO I. the ope-j j 1 A.-I mav. teachers, make great advances in whatever other Secretaries of State. Gen. Washing ,

ati,,n, !:..' Iii"' first toot, than could be ob- j Q. Are you not certain that you had hold. he has a mind to. Mr. Newton learned his ton had Mr. Jefferson, who commenced' hifl\ _-,
, tined) hv the best regulated: pumps or ma- of him 1 ma'hematics only of himself. With the political career with the commencement of. "

11 II........- A.-Yes, I had hold of him. reading of history, i think the study of mo- all our republicau uutitulions-who had '

Tinw..+ur i i. afterwards :o bo pumped! Q.-IIow long ha*the prisoner been in the rMity should .joined ; I mean not the ethicsof grown up with all its concerns. He had con :

"iit t:,-the -'earn rncine near the head of\city l the schools fitted to dispute but such us rihuted to form it, and been foreign mif- .

the .I*Vk. A... the- water is lowered, the hip A.-I: do not know.Q.Iiow Tully in his Offices, Puflendorf de OfficroHominus iiier shortly alter jt went into ope1M on.

f :1 prop-] .4! MM by hon<, and i is then ready Ito long has he been from Virginia? et civis de Jure IS'aturafi et Gentium Mr., Jefferson was -m President after ;.

1 umleiffoepiirs<< } which can be conducted A.-Five or FIX year'. and'above all, what the New Testament being thus drilled in all our foreign affdirt. f

wi.h'ie.it facility and) security. Alderman Pcter.s.-What did you say .tq tejches wherein a man may learn to live, He, of course, was.familiar with the business

Clr. prepir.rto-v surveys for the Dry I j I him when he was taken ? which is the l business'of" ethics, and 'not. host of the Department and more particularly

Pork a4 iiu; Xoilolk! station provided for L.j. I A.-I told him if he attempted' to defend to Define and dispute 'abOgt. oait\'e, of virtue with our relation's abroad. He selected Mr.
himself 1 3ind vicqs. True politics look tufas a, jt/adisoq who had the advantages of Air. Jef-
the >:mii. .tet of Congress wore begun in j jIV i would kill him. I wish I hud.Q. partof
evuLcr, 1827. The e\rivatio waS com- i .-Was that before he cut the officer ? moral philosophy, Which is nothing but Jefferson familiarity with the State Depart .

:--a.'nr.d! in 1823, 'm.l! is now finMwil. The i A.-No. the art pTconducting. mejright! in society, & merit and our foreign affairs. J/r JUadisoo

driving: of piles, for the foundation, i.. proceelin Prisoner.-Those were. the first words besaid supporting a commnulty amongst its' neighbors selected Mr. Jfonr o, who had also .been o .

? r.tpi'lly. It is to be built on privtse- I to me. -' -: ,- .,oil K'mg's, Life.. .. of John Locke. foreign minister. Mr. Monroe Air.. Adams.

Ij the sime pi lrn aj the on: at this station. -itnp-s.-I do not think the fellow should ( The latter had been a long time a foreijominister

he allowed to speak in court.", Beau Drz 1nnell,' Dealer and Cfiapman.Afnong ; and after serving eight years in
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H con1 .-Do you know. him: to be askive ,,- the, metamcrphoses of thi strange the Department of State was: raadePiesi*
From the -.Clr York.Taurnclrj Conzze ce. 1 world, that of Beau Brummcll, once the dent. Ho selected J/r. Clay, to whom be-

GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS. ] ..\.-I will prove it. supreme of ton, the aibitcr of elegantiaruni, could: impart, at any time, his knowledge of

'Def.)'e hc Recorder and \ldermcn. 1'ctcrs and Mersorule. I Mr. Ketchum with due deference ;to. thc't, to a dealer in China, buhl furniture, and : the papers anti details of the office. The

!i iAifctapt court, sulimiltcd if uch quctiunsJrc:: pro lacquered r wan, is rpt the least surprising.This ( : two first Presidents. had: assisted in laying ,
to kill.- -Da>id Gaines, alias I:I per. It was requisite to u s.taniilte. this ::* retired fashionalle has, it seems, been the foundation of this Republic ; of course, .

Tom<< the sla'wC' indicted for having, on j t!I claim to servitude and labor. ', I filling up the vacuum of exile at Calais, by they were' familiar with its. history. TIM '

the 13th of August, stabbed Joseph L. Hays, The Recorder observed >that the: act of colleciirig articles of taste and ,vertu, for the four following Presidents' had all served i ic ,.

TV'i intent to kill. The prisoner pleaded I Congress authorized two things. First, empowering I.purpose of sale in this country, where his the Department _of Slate, and, of course, :
atilt and Mr. Culver, his couii tl, I were familiar with tho business of that '
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n\)' :: ) the owner, attorney or agent, to first consignment_ i has arrived, ;nd was scll5ii2 of.
; ,.r '- tidied to hive the cause put ofl'until j jlj I arrest a runaway slave.! Secondly, authorizing !. yesterday by auction, by Crockfoid ofBondstreet. :;I fire, aud could' render any assistance to'arc*
: '.. '!'rm, on yccount ol material wit- I II Cftitly appointed minister of State, which his ;
his remot on proof of servitude.Mr. j:I Some of the porcelain: and ,
; n. i Ketchum maintained that there was I I furniture of the siecle Louis Quaiorzo are new situation might demand. The l'r seutlnera'ted
': Fii': Div.iiet .\!'omey hoped the Court no :Sepal proof of his b.iug.a sljive ; on the very fine. \( patriot who guide the helm of our

';r ml i nut accede! to th+r wishes of the gentlcmn !' contrary: it was shown that he had been discharged atfiif*, had not the advantage of familiarity".
unless an affidavit should be produced with office His lofty patrio'sm-hi; \y low
!
!, as a free man. i A story is in circulation in Canada, that I g "*T
:in "i;Pi'-t: of wlrit ws ;ivse'ted.) By the drCC 'I nuns services-his stern and unwavering '
I John Crane.-I know tip! ;rig gar to 'he an old team boat is to be fitted up to takea '
: ion of the RCf'oncr11'. Culver drew I I horn sty, had justly made him the favorite of
my son's fie was purchased from>> a son of : trip over ,lhe Falls of Niagara, with a clef .
'ipin! ifHdavit, which Wt sworn to by the Chief Justfce Marshall. I claimed} 'him ia1S2G I not consisting of animal and dumb beasts, the iidtuty, and placed him in the .Presidents .... _

nrsonc", containing the names of the three :! befoin Judge 1wards, acid I did not I, but of a merry company olTidies and gentlemen ., Oluir. "-
wim "'sos who were absent from the city, i Independent of these considerations MK. :
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get him un account of a flaw iu the bin of : the pasvige i is warranted a pleasantand :
in hose: testimony would be)important in I !salt safe one, provided the company is se- V:in Buren has had to fit out mere' foreign .. '

t his .-'lonce. The District Attorney, on Mr. Ketchum said: J l he must hold the p-trty lect. The pilot wants the families who Ministers, in the same time, than any Secre*

he t' in'.!! the affidavit, ordered the names of to std proof. If thn prisoner was a slave I have lived in one house, and are agreeableto t,iry of State everlliad before. He has had to.

I the lid xvituc3scs to be called, when two of there ought to be documents in support ofl each other j a pious clergyman, owning furnish three or four ministers with instrue-. .

thcn inbxverej, and an officer wag despatch- the same. He had: been once pronounced a himself the "chief of si\ner; ;'* an honest tions on most'importarit subjects. If he shall 'y
cd tfter the other. On the appearance of have proved himself equal to the occa : .
free man, and was rested while enjoying lawyer ; a truth loving editor ; a teacher great
the oili'Tr! with the third witness, ;,Ir. Cul his liberty.Recorder.. without garrulity or vanity ; a handsome sion, he will have tested his character, and .

"'e-q1, .-It must be sho=;n that the woman, who never looked in the glass, anda fertility in resources, which must place him

: I, man is a slave, or owes 1 ihnr or aervHud". j jK-rson who goes about giving alms in the very high Iu public estimatipn.-:
f.srlh to conduct the defence. i+1r. Grim It is understood, that Mr. Van Buren i$ -
m : i.-. Crane, s<'it., did! your son )"!urd'a\c' hint dark.. Wlivn thcs passengers are obtained, i '
also :ipp-} re.l for the prisoner, ltavino been 'Vill1e .-He did, from Tom 2\1::hall. the expedition will be fittrd out immediately.GAZETTE i I strictly confined to his post! -he has just .

ret tined by the Manumission: Society. An George O wen, a colored: m.:n.-I vas bytvlitn ,--- completed a long series of Despatches fob .
on.lj"tvor XXMa: ;!.:nin made to put off! the trial, } the iffr:u' took pi-ice. The prisoner Messrs. McLane and Rives-and now & .

; but the omit overruled tho motion, and the svas cuttitiga stick'hen: [lays told! him thai preparing the despatches of Messrs. Prebl -

: CJ'l"{.' proceeded. he wanted; (IMMJ on Lu old! chat ge at tile! City I for the Netherlands) and Van.. Ne3- (fof ;;. :
1 Col.: Rwbcit A. Crane.-I desired J. L. Hull. Tie Spain.) :
man. s:H be xxoold go, and n .. ;:.
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; tl .:vr"> io arrest the prisoner. On appro71rhin I gentleman came up nud! took him by the rol- -.ct, '.

; :! lil.-u: Tom a'sunlicd Hays with a knife.Ou lar. Darid then pulled back. Ib iys grasped ; HYMEXIAL.MARRIED. ,' '..
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I! his.way to the Police Office he expressed ., him, and :!u peutlein' :a pistols'jy- .-At Providence' R. I. by the Re*. '
1 I rt licpo th.. he h;tdCreximined killed him. :I I ing "give, up." ll.iys: soon lot go, oxvipg to Mr. Pickering, Lt. EDWARD JoH.f3O5, of the U. :
EMILY DODGE of '
Mr. l'Ewcn.-'Vas' Navy to Miss dinghttr Neiemi.
; by ; his being cut.Several .
4 r* u the cu{' 01 the,, prisoner's bei.'vr- a lave 1 I p-jpers; were noxv aked for, to I Dodge. Esq. x': '

::i iI before ? S'ib5tantite, the cl.iirn, find tosliuwon! what ,

..\.-It wa I day lie xxns 'last claimed.i C I)I. -Critic il}p-

i f Q.-Uid not: Jd-e lxvardd dischargehli '! geared in it.tit: 'd at Uii'j; mode jf pi ucef:Jitg, t -- S1lIP : .s..iIf ;..
j I fA. !land said, "Ia liia: n'tiuc of cooilr.rJs, ix this tIda-- r :
prsA..OT.1TL"LSD.: .\
y. .SEPT. 2d. 1&29.I
.-Yes, very improperly.Q.I t I the mode of ctjr.ductinuyo'ir t bt incasinyoiir* ,
will take notice of : JAMESVns r<;oT7 jr. Esq.! Secretary of the a : "
hope the court I tribunals. You arc trying this sU\e! for unj P R'r.OV PE .11Ct. L--
tils l answer. Jud_e Edwards i is, I hdicY a,a j assault on sine of you.: oSu-eis, :wd! not xxlioj Saturdaythv.12th :

t-OmjiPteut Jud'je 1 j tber he is a Uvc. This proct-Hdiu:; i'i'etYj i I inst, ::',- and will. proceed in a few days to liittiV El). .

,\.-I yMin: say that he is my slave, and | inplf-vant." Tall3lia:':e(' t 17A.-Schf. Cannon, S'iclioUs"ApV'h.Sept. ..
: dischiijcd.Q. i i Ir. Hetclium. Vvrjl:! the 'rt ;ItJbtruci',:
vas irnproppily j J coi The-Pr idr.t of the United States HM returned to palachicola. ..
.. -Were you born in the same place this man "vht re he is 1 I II much it 18/A.1 Schr. William Osborn MaclOrleuiis.
V.'ashington: City improved H said in health. .,
with the prisoner 1 I Col. Crane.-I am here, sir.! -"'- Sundries .to S. Gatet, J. JMa, rtiQ.i "

A.-Yt'5.Q.Were. I Recorder.! -Colonel, .xou i-i.ifet; ;:e sik-nt.! 1\JC-l.r.' <5. T.. Harness and, Dutee J. Pi rca have beenroelected G. \\'. Baikl IHY, S. Caro, N. H. Allen ana _:. :
you horn free ? You cannot nuke any remark: I member of Con8reps from Rhode Island !; to order. .

A.-Vou rase'd l, what do you moan I DuT.IU The evidence here closed, and the case by large majori e8: i Schr. Sun, Caro, New Orleans. SiH '.;

I i ini'Mj-1; l to insult me ? I 1 have a glove, was bmuedtll) to IIK- Jury. Alter a charge r dries to S. Gates.-J.: Martin and S. Caro. '
"L. Piuki Editor of
Henry : Esq. the Charleston
sir. (The xvitness here took a glove from ftom i.ie; Ilerorder, they. s-tiicd, and after Mercury:. has be ri .elected oy Inteudant of thE of. 19/A.-Brig Charles Miller, Robert Gay.". _
City
!:!Kliitand, in a chivalrous manner threw it an absence of nenr'y! half an hours' returnedinto : Chr.rle,ton. I. Tbomustoxvn, 21 days, 1317 casks of HmtiT .
: CjJOJl the ground.) court with a verdijt of -'guilJy: of assault for United States. .

RenmJl'r.- must not so conduct and hatter. bm net guiltv of dn rr-mH: .: to SAILED. .
I The Ship George Canning haa arrived at New '
!ol1!' L'lf: Colonel. You had better be calm. kill. i i Yoikfr-ira LiverpooT, !she brought London dates of! Xept. lth.-Sloop People's Choicfc, ..- .

Q. 'II;id) you any warrant 1 <> I 23rd ar.d Liverpool dates of 24tb July. There is no i i Mailett, Magnolia, I' .' ,

A.-No, sir. Misctllanrris extracts from flnglisfi papers Political news of the least motSCut in addition to that 17th.Schr: Mariana, Logarthy; Petit .

Q.- Had) you not a pistol.? and tvoi-Jst received by the ( A.-I h.tdand have one now? Important IJisect'erl/-At the sitting; of i. '
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Q. -Did you draw a dirk ? the Paris ActiJcmy of Science, on the! 29th ;,.1.Raguet; Editor of the "Free Trade Advocate." jI j Schr. Cannon, NicholU\ Mobile.. l J.. "" i.: ..:.'

A.-I did.Q.1Vere. ult. a letter was read from Dr. Dudoi, stating pnbIidred at. Philadelphia, proposes to enlarge hi* L ''t'. .
I I ihe.se weapon produced before that! he has' discovered a peifcct solvent paper so .as to embrdC8 tho di cussion of othersubcU .
Notice is Given
:
hereby
fre stbbed Il-1v3't for the stone in the bladder, oven ivlu-n it is.I') tljcn political economy. After the first of Den ,;,. -: -t.
A.-Yes ; but' on his: assuring me that he encysted. He requests the Academy io r **It qara tt, it>dillhePwMihulat the Cityflfirashiuq.fon > >kO all whom it may concern, thatlam determined ::
4i debts wife Rachel msf '- '
would I them and Commission's der"tht-title of "The JJanuer cf the Coustitu- not pay any my Gayler : .
;l) peaceably, put up, name_ in whose presence he i contract.
when Blabbed Hays I Iud only a stick in will make use of his solvent (winch is in the I non," ?and as a political paper, will advocate State i. John GaylerEacambia

iny li-.nd, which I broke over his head. form of powrler) upon dead subjects, preparatory I.I Rights, and the doctrine of strict and limited construe-' .. County, Florida, )
Q. -Di: VII not threaten to kill him ? to nis performing the oxperiment
A.-Ye", and only regret that I did not living person. The Academy has tintued paragraph :-"The powers not delegated to. .jj a.f

Mow his brjin> out. Messrs. Dtimeril), Boyer, & Magendic, to assist the UnitedStatcs_ by tue Constitution, nor prohibited,' DEPARTMENT or STATB, t
Dr. Wirrht testified tint the wounds were !I Dr. Dudon, and ft'porL upoii-his proceed--I'. by it tithe States, are rttcrrcd to the States rcsp( :ire. :': Washington 25lh August. 1S29..j .
I I of all
HE[ Proprietors now rak
cf a very serious nature. Had the wound) ] ings; AI the t same sitting, a paper xvas.read lift .;r to tfu- People." :j,! WI.nf' :!ty this D lnl lmeDt..re aeirspHperl requested to drti04.. 0

been farther xvhhln: the thigh, it would have on the endangered his life. Thc Dr. did not think with fossil:: bones-one at Jombes, arid the From the St. Louis, (MifwoariJ Intelligencar, of, tJd next-and to render their. Hccouuts Io_ th3 ,
the eth St>pt. we regret to learn that the people of: date. And netire is hereby :given that no papy$. _
the wounds were stabs, only cuts. other at Sativigaid.: The presence of hu- i, .
,
that State are much alarmed,'and not without cause, will be paid for after bat time except sueL as m ._
Mr. Ketchuin here entered the court, having man boties! mingled with those of inamniiferousanini I, ; be specialty subscribed for, lubsrqut-nt to"uoltc tbidi .
of the Indians. in'Chariton
ou account Several citizens -
been retained by the Manumission: 5ocift. '- >tl l;, the sjecies of which are ex- | I .- _\0.- i .
..... ti.-.rt, was in these instances incontestihle. !j or Randolph county ha,'e heen recently murdered i WM. COVENTRY H. WADDEfiLi, Agcoj. ...
by loway. Sioux & \Viniebago Indiaiis, &:others of the Laws of list Ses bfCougrei
The prosecution rated and Mr. Grim 'f bay bear evident tract js of the teeth of the : The publishes tt>e :io
plun.lared and se'cretjvruppcd.. The only cause ; *; are requested to publish lIe above dotica
:
maintained that it hyanas. 11m states thai the e=cre- i
vlJ lu.'d the? defence. He report of made ; threu lime, and forward their account; fbI seltl"*
these is
the
the mutt of te! l.utei; animal was also found. outrages new Hettlcmeqts contiguous .
w.isti intention of the witness to kidnap nient. Aug. 273t.t '
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Gazette. to their! usnal hunting grounds Between I. .. ...
pri on 'r ; that there was no evidence tlmt hew Literary "
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ljOO! and 2J)00: militia had been armed and were ,.
arrested and that he : AXT.E2ESTPPL' .
is properly by Hays, .
marching to the scene of the murders, and
l1il l \ ri ht to defend himself.Col. ; Choice i>f a 1''or.-ln advising Lord great'pa Fashionable SUMMER, CLOTHING Ju r: :
Crane was l aill called, and examined : Peierboioogh respecting the choice of a tutor I triotism was manifested by citizens of the most r4epoctable ,. OF arrived, and for .sale hj .the .UndenirJd4 a ."

fl\ :Mr. Grim. for sis son,. Mr. Locke says finely and rank! who volunteered with Alacrity. .CONSISTING OF .
I wisely i : _11! must beg leave to own, that-1 I Black, Brown, And. Green BornUazecn ...
.
(A knife was handed to the witness, which i Virginia.-Gen. F. GORDON has been- ckct- "
he \II 1 was the one taken from the prisoner. differ a little from your lordship in what you ed Representative to Congress, from the..Charlottavtlle Coatees, and Frock G ats., : 10,
lordship would have a thorough I Angola, Circassian, and French Linen do. Kill flT :
propose ; your the
) District. Virginia supply vac{nqy ocpaoned "' '..
Q,-When you and Hays arrested this scholar, and I think it not much ,mailer .. by the: appointment Mr. Riygs'Minister to I variety ol .

nan: whaX did you intend to do with him ? whether he be any great scholar or no ; Fra.ce. I JJt.KTAItOO1\TS &.'V ST ID'o

_ A.-To bring him to this court., jibe but understand Latin well, and have a l.- 1 suitable for the teasoii. '. ..
Q. To this general scheme of the sciences, I think that From ike. Raymond Entptirtr. White and Broft'd French linen, drilling, .
court. '
;Grast,$umbatren and Fancy .
'\.-I don't know your courts. The Police enough : but I would have him well-bred, MR. VAN BUREN.No on '

: court I welt-tempered ; a man that, having been conversant Secretary of State, since the foutldae JACKETS.. '
suppose.
Q.-Have applied to the Police for a with the world and amongst men, of th Government to the' present motion Fine. plmn, 'H.d J frilled-I.mn shirts ;.Blitk ...",
amn; 1A. you would have great application in observingthe men, has had the labor to perform, or the ian cravats and tocks.; 'silk pocket handkerchiefs,
and lord contend ith which Mr. Van silk and cotton. Hosiery black Boise skin, Bcavqf
humor genius of my jour son ; difficulties to ,
.-\o.: I arrested him as a slave. I and linen gloves.; silk, cotton and worsted attj.
and omit nothing that might help to form Buren.has ha'd since the administration
ball;l ri-ihi so to do, sir. present I ptnders ; hI.uk. white and. seal hats, of fine i,uttlh.
Q.-Hid l Hays hold of his body when he his mind and dispose him to virtue, knowledge went into power. Neither he. noMlie tics, "a Stabbed him ? and industry. This I look upon as President had ever born j.I.iced in a situa- B
the great business of a tutor ; this putting tion previously in which they could have
A.-
o.Q.I1ad. life into the pupil; which, when ke has got, made themselves) familiar with all tho papers .;% JSl\ .

you ? i masters of all kinds are easily to be had; belonging to the Department of State, add ., .

A.__i have tnw erect that question. : for when a young gentleman has got a relish the details of business belonging to our fur ..*. J. O'N L ::. ,

Q-_Well!I, fir: ; now I ask IOU if yon had!. of bnc.. -sledge w tb"ol. lote l r and. credit, of doing. ,ei! .f l\l.i'1 '. ; .-:. .: .. _' : .' I'CtsacoIaT) l&h, tinc'. .,

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''OSSTICJyLifr : OF THE UNITED STATES. f I' T .r.CIfa.ld: e.n t*,," Eat li'\I or the Eai COLUMBIAN SYRUP.AREMKDY r

cl\ntb U'\"I", e. Ptdni.lle .
-=- I V F late the prices of all!| the material n ,cd in
41- 5j? making Pi inline' ; Tv;>f"I#, have been gii;:.!'_ 1& 800 .. : whirh has proved n&cli nupniorfo
of
the
P.tnHcCns
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lut
Ireducid I and the farifily'of InanufaLturinggreat.Iv any the) eu'to
of! M>e follonnig cisensr., viz :
has been
increased! The Subscriber therefore
wduied t" make a proportionnble reduction in tit! <: % ARFEIiS.TI NECROSIS. (or affection of the bonn* ) KIYG'EViL

;>ric'-! which, from the first of April, have. been as (UI SCROFULA,) Wnim SWLLL.NO ; .
.. tract has been nfirmed l" .11(' C .
v : y 'wsicnrrs '
Slated ;in Ihe annexed list. CANCEROUS 111'.1 iuVt'teIRe ULCERS
I Th'cIIITtlC'ecfthe! Tjprnade at this Foumliyis undi suj'p'-' ed. 10 l I.* Iha' mOlt valiihl.ln' ; ,
the Rivn-. Four Five hundred rrotit. 1.1VKR and BILIOUS COMPLAINTS
who are hssnrcd that tract on or a< ;
I i well known to the Trade, j'
I ill rcpafd: to the quality{ of metal, finish, cad artrirh cane hind, with n fine ridge, r -!,t RHEL'AJ: ATU" affections of the;h.:at! & SYSTEM

durability l no deviation has been made. |! '..hich fl ''i';:* c'ek th!scftnds! into the River. This geneially! ;

( The Parting Chargo He tins on hand a c.osnplcrelusortmenl. and ear Cieek: f.lni..hn: the fir.rst rite for H Saw Mill,. |.ei- "ULCKRS: cfthe MOUTH and THROAT .. .

on a short notice ; he will It? hnr? In \rs' F lr.rip..vnh v nlt'J sufiit'tent to lrive SYPHILIS and nil other diseases .
quantity
of the supply arih
see the white sails ship, any in ;
W
g tb .
three Giijt Mill and Cotton
happy to receive the orders of his cuslomets.whirhnill sates, n Shmgl e-cUIICI, improper use of MERCURY -' .
The blue depths of the sea ; have immediate attention Mf'lchantlTho pin. in tutVitiniiy ate Il1rc'forests of vnlna-

*! hear the wind sweep e'or the wavo have orders from abroad, can have offices complete ble tnn'' er with natigtilioii tA tic! : Navy Yard sad As a general depuratiye article, or cltncsrr-Tth'l
I blood. I hi* u-uiedy invaluable '
FM'1111Cn11011". possesses |"o tt vrg- Itimpiintts
That bears thcc.Bove, from me. with presses, and every thing necessary for it the alpei11e.aud hnsnlso the
in the perfect Il i is believed! that this properly furnishes theinoct ff'u.uhhft| .
Tjlio flag shines in the crimson sun Printing Establishment, let most eliihte situation for a man of enterprise, in eflvct of depriving the si- In of that Yt-II||,.%, 'liilioQ!

in the brine manner.PitMUtifTs. SontliPin tint, which is go conmon in bilious COI mirations
,
New setting :) are requeued I.. give this advertisement the Country. *
Foi fuitiK-r: ticulArf and terms, aptly to J. AL} I\IUT ,
That ann will set tomorrow there. A place In their papers a few times, jo iecive pal t

But Ugh no sail l cf thine ; payment, 2 dollars, in Type, or in the tcltif-: W. Haseli llunt.P flJilufbl/.hia.
The proprietor, in offering his "
: : C\
i tet, with to-morrow's evening star, afar of their accounts. : 11.I'ob, ?8h! Jtll}'. 1329-1 26 .4l.GO I. :SYRUP":: to tilt public, fuiniilie* a few of the Ltaatt'
tercet
t Again I'll seek this spot Richard Ronaldson.PRICES. iiiuUa.lc! cniei, uiformed: by the same, j in If ti.\

""twas here I gave my parting chargS, .-Al ! '* (paper, or at a disconn'! of 5 !'el c ent for cash. by pectnble persons residing in di&i
My Iut-: : "FORGET ME NOT '.. B..l Go.hen J: "". PW3'of
C2 :tri t the United >Suit.;. 1:3 a just met it dtlc
$0 ,
40 to
Pearl, per Ib. SI r.ngish. ] fu..ly Flour in half Bhls. I :v>
ht Nonpareil, 09'J I Great Prinier, 0 :J6 ( same, ns well as heir.g the meant of conveying tj
t Around my neck there is a band, !Mimon, 0 711) Double Pica, 0 :U FSESHTEAS TEA, their ellr.w crpatui e .whe .are similarly I all istdda

'Tis made of thy dark hair ; Breviwr, 0 56 Do. Great Prinor, 0 :152: I rl'anfrrllr9: sure, speedy, and Ke lii IremeJy; 'aatrthR

iC linka guard heart's dearest prize, BUT;eis, 0) 46 Lartre letter, plain off beet ('inciiinati HamsPONCHONG (Gaiio- many mtdicir.cs are at %thl:, time 1lMltibutptl;V tO
\ my Long Primer: 0 41) Scabbards and Nay) the country, held forth la- cute di.r..tf', =, "nj-.t,a

A broken ring they bear. Small Pica, 03: ? (Ucallltl'n: I C 30 li..1I..1- iit-n Crop which they have not the slightest influence sourc

A like pledgo hangs upon my breast, Pica. 0 3fi j Hull Ebl.'' No. 1 Mackerel, of which they had tried previous to the ute of tncsyrnf

The last sweet gift love gave, The prices of other descriptions;; Types are proportionally Half e. WM Cincinnati F.-.milj" Beef, ). ;is may be seen by their own Aitestatong.Tne .

We broke that ring vre 'twined that hair, reduced. t"oi'rwolI.I'i 1I,5t assorted PicM: / '* and. Sauces. medicine is so highly reputed by son- ..r il.'aptysirisnsi t
Old Type received in pyment at 9 eenlper lb. Pill; Apple Cheese, fm lie cure .>various! lIitit- ff('!;. thai to

Upon a mliden'strav For Sale !1'_" iie: Sultscrilier, nt his Store, Mai:: lh- propiiftoi'g own k..o"l..cigr! ten gfltllt'wen"iIht
Atgil who died of broken vowa- NOTICE. Street' : ni lronloL' f' iiu Public: S,|tmn- > mrdit/Hl f.nulfy!! were induced to Sty it in dis.;
he eases, to which trey: tin: mst-Ices had l-t-tn subject,
(How can love forgot 1) HEREBY given, tha' at II!" rtl."tion; of six J. Pescay.la.Knv. .
18 and 1 (""lit! gi'( at b."dil Iron ;its use! ; ono' particuInrly .
'fitting ehrinfl for faithful hearts from Ihis date I !shnli t.p)"ly to the Hon. Pcn r. ) SJst, 188.NOTICE.. I residing in AlI'Mitow a N. J whosi' dis-oli>tion

Toeigh: -"Fo.iccT ME; DoT !" County Court of Ecanhia: for letieis of lmlnih-..- was threatened by H svveieniiack cf liver compijint .

iallnuupon the estate of J nn-s P..rUf ) d'"ct'fti'td. which had prcviunslj rrsisled IIUCHII lr -ni-

+ Cow can I bear to think on all James Finlay.S.pt. ON Saturday tile fucutv eighth day InPul, .vM4 in the cJhr6 of a few weeks nstoieu +
to the tiJoyi&cnt peilVcl lifnllh; ,
The dangers than must brave 1uIy 1st IP20' -32-if. + t 0'' Jocrnfjer acsi-xvill be sold at
The acinnnt which have been received flOra
fears will deem each a storm tttt;kty 1'e.I Paint, AIM! ulnchii ola Bavolr
gale Chambers, 24th August, Hi 29. I njrrnt.4 iw digit ent parts| of the Union, Kpeaklnfef!

While thou art on the wave, ORDERED, That ihne he a" rails teniiofthe STORE HOUSE the good elTerts product by the syrup, a'. tnffi.cient '

r 1low my young heart will_cling to ell S-peiior Court held in and for the County of JaCk. .'.f'\\ II ns he (\l'fIp".IJ uf l\ thnniil! I lomc-t late oj i to compile al II.is. lime an octavo vutumc; cf

That breathes of thine or thee! *..n in the \\ esl"rn District ol! Florida on Me St.st: .Eat; iy! County anti ttiur Georgia f. tf.ibrdN. I upwArds of-two bundled pages to tnuiup.xfe all
Q theure8
How I will favorite flowers 1lunday "f December next and of which due notice M'Biyde I
plant thy .
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will be gitcn. ;! The dosr of the Ci lunibi lw Syrup ..J! judi.Ci"uslv .
4.ud nurse thy favorite tree, JamesVcbb. I Administrator.% ) 1.1oisortion:4! ], and adapted to tl.r : fe* and

And thou! oh thou L'e shade crt ?hn: ?, i Ity! 3i'h' 1R29-2S,___ Gticufjih; ol the human system. It is vc ru. fr,7'' ;
I Or storm or calm thy lot, JinJg' !1 the' Southern District of Florida, Acting i ----- innocent, that no evil eLecIa need be apprt "4.fJcJ:
in tie abymcc '!', 1f cstetn District. I rCl1sacola Gazette Reading Room. (
{ () e Jtulgcofthe I Will it, when taken agreeably! la the dire :ir.ns.
Bear on thy heart our partiug i ords-- A IlUe CV|'J flour the R < (*id, i It maj bf given witliout; any apprehension 'n flag!
t[
flF: f': "pdt lor of the Pensacola Gazette has
Our foud-ul'ORGET MS Neil !I'' i Robt. A. Lott. Jj p most tender! infant or eeble adult.!
I It ."" OIllll.d aREADING I
MEDICAL Ri OOMMENDATORV ? OTIC
t Clerk.Aduiiiiihlrator's J ici'-Hinundt-d the .{ J. .'
I Having use :triglif;
!:av.. pray U>ee. Mother.let rlic'azo I It BOOMv"I.rc '
COMJMEJA.V SYRI'P" in own privatefor ,
\I' my I"'clle :
; Upon: that Jirlant i rail ; t Notice. !l ,. .. and wirnt-sM'O .
r r 1'i-( li-iiii evi; part ,.1 i I.t L I.MU States::) n : rly Iw. ; tars having us decided
that matters that :'!Y <>/P is nun }! IrSA.\C l'ITl'\1AN; S'eni. has applied to me for I ate re;:idaihjreceivril! I lJ.u
Or that my check ia pale! !JAiid 1-I J1 letters Atiiiiistrati'n:: on the Astute of the! MI rival ol thch:: i ifd the usual irmedies. 111I'w with much pleasure

G"ojpe K'-ith deceased. These me to notify rinse I : give my testimony in its lavotir ilUrlil! quota
toll me not YJ; vain to weep, TER3IS.right .
cnr.reined that after fix seeks I that! grunt: letters. p. "f'w of Hit; most remarkable cnrrs performed by
For him who i? away; ; 1 r1t M. Biiyh.) t t1loh. : Diillart |"'i ......uiu, {Mvable in BtUfc'!ce, I the ssme which cams under my notice.

That sighs' nor tears will: speed the &, 'b tl i I ; II III I ui I ate ...nMiindrtiion of those Gentlemen I filr Joln: HincMe'fc ton, ol AbingttinAJ 1""mohiV,

l, Of but a single day ; :I r.j.c.c.w.c.Holms'Valloy uhurtstay in lilt City uiay be nc rtain. sutc.nipj MiijjMiinMj county, Pa. onlcrrillJn of II!,. i.. t. liroit
I # i Aueiiht 14H-, )1829- 9- fir I j tion. wlli be intrivfu uiuntiiiy, al one Dc oil a. Idr ; and! tliM-rtl and violent! mflainmiticn uf I iI.! t j ,,'
is that 1 Ul ,
-t not lope to inn
i lUo.lIh. t.'if disease: |Iud! dcstioytd ,!IeAoft j'Sr'h .1 I 'ton

., My sailor to our cot, j I Suisciihl: "5 id hfu the! itrivilci'o of introducing ;; throat and roof of the mouth that ii l.-.i-i U..IC

Dot who can say: end yet not wcop- COFI EBEl ; f.t."i"-i strangris Flatly. : the bt'iiri anti made us Way into the nose -Mrs.

Farewell !"TORCET :.1::: NOT.I Safcscrii'tiytid::: are now received at the flcading Mary pHeisnn, ol Wilmington! 1)rl! of ccnn.d

: 1! "" ,... '-i.: .... J;Oljn. Scrofula, under which sl.(- libourrd curly three
......
.
--=- 10N :...i;.L'.aaihd. : : .. J -- She had xivr
years. ex'ei !scrofulous' ulcvralionson

'b \\.l \ ,') fF J I I POa'itiloAL2: : \, ()/AJ i.Hjl G the: !left aidr of the neck down to hei hn'lh l ; tift!

I.irast very ranch enlarged ; her Iri't aim swollen
: 6:, 9 .a.d iSI its*, and tine herid on the afTeetrd side reCD

\ : At IttilfIIASLL' Pric1] !I ZDi;1. ltAii.. ...., A. 'JV .A. ,.., ._' !/lik'L ;':. ::j the *huiiliier. Andiol *nt pi.ii in |i -fHcnpiul

e ? syllru.. Thomas Siiyder, of Kh rI.-Vic:
.A I I ''"" Basrs:! St. Domingo and IIa-1 .. it tttit>ilt ir0it ';iT eliuli ol the head, followed i.y an .itii.U.:."n ol

7 HUM has Etil! on hand small! 'I f.U V>' J r i\'" .;'tl- < .. .....llK-l.t.. 4' ,-,)UlU'llt, (,f the r.csriis ; severe pain in ih.:' uppn j.H\ r.lt. .-.!-
.v 'l HGiiorlIDCIJ' <..1valuable Viina Coilcc, .ii.j tPUHcr a..tI -I l'lb' I U:_ frt'Tu the nose over the cheek bones ; the ct.'-. ksxhioiiiug
t : e: high sate of iufi.Hmnain.-. V,iIrnliiK

-t i Moolcs :'.5'r? FIFTY BARRELS: !!! \U '- :tc'i\i *. Borni of ulceration! of the 1 left nostni. obstruction "
.,"" '--. \\1 I i of the same : lt>i< of snirl!. diljirsiltv! : fl'
: .i tvllith i.: ... .. ;'" to t I..... 1e.1 ubi. I I.ijjJ II llit'otlhi"t, v.nc'' !severe pnin of the sysiein :>" : .
tl .. o v Mt> son at &" RYE WHISKEY
v > > IT 'I. y .
J.J.t: ;_. I (4, lie l.i.111 VII ARC l Iuick', rite j, son end daughter ; Mr;;. Mnsitk! r\
f'l.iuiiit' ljelm'Ii; : with! shah shr |Iad
The Cuixrua! of IVmacoln and its Viriuity merest One hundred and FiiVy 4 ?::o3 ;! L ai.: :b;".' ..1/.1 II and tiiivc! dress auu II oti+ su- ., fi1d.oo!; 4 J ip%s I til sixteen; years ; l It..r c.u' .; t-'ea. !:Q
ecllt'lly to call and cxuininc them i
.. n'qul'Siod l'OJl1'Ell. ALE i' njirp t I brad, atid daughter: of scoibutic s.tte. '. ',e
T7khoutALSO teI: : '. Co ,, \ ; 1'talet1tll't t'
: : r.r..l CONSt: gum and discharge fiom the left I"u: :
-- FOR SALE BY
I .... Snare's ten of cniioiu a u,-iion: of the r.U;? ; ::- :.5"1 t'
i t:;> ".<'ou, L.u.iiit I ;, I1.J: .ii.U Circassian ..o.
ON shall' aad well-stlcctc-d as- 0 g .
HAND .
a
Vanban-i and Wilson ; theihoc: oftl e shun bone was destioyrd. t'..'_ .: .rwith
".11... lit Of Pr.nritcnln; Novtuibe' J7111 161ri I! CJ b &SJ..1, mall\ of the ?n.'Kl-r I! bores uf the tort M:,-.

J.-uiu .: ;IVI'Minn: ; of liver cctnpJahit :;: .-*. i- d.:..
)j.hut l'3cdaIt! tlgll" tt -I. .Ivt.I Valentin, toili- .
S1rATIONARY which !hI' hiHlup"'lui, of "it.' Y t.'alS.-\j.i: ,'.' r. ,;.;
n 1;. ..lD"2'.in uft.f.r.\. n--.i! pi.un silk. blue nld black tlotii-! ol ulcerated sore mmi'l and thioat. acd! f- : ...

tVh'.f h ,,,ill b'-Oioj'Osed: fon very r..ltSoUllhloJ. l terms \. < OCt. \\ nil a "IH t 11y ?tKOUND ter of scrau1.{ Besides the .lisf'H.t.! a' .' i !,.;*...

+ if' HllMl'ltd; f If soon :; : JACKETS merated, I prescribed th Syrup HIS;!, r r;1

P.:asncolr.! 14th Srptrmbcr, 1829.-33- If I Ivt in mercurial cases and sect'iiuary fIn ,-, :' .' "
1' liaI.1 I.
L IRJ ini-ti .uttt Jhtlll lush Initri I
A > .ha L.-.nd..u luch Br:;l.d: } ghir.gthis testimony of use in, ..' ; i ti M
.* C'heiai'tle iito( .& AiS S Culiuuhitn: I have ,,
: : Syrup, divested: ir.- :" 1'" +a9
NOTICE.P"ZfIJ r vci.tlrchy
; insU-uctioiis to .' Cognac do. duck, ( ;10. ... c ,ii. ii MK flat i-fl do of lethniual teirjj, tine( t ctici t."tdeixood tisulci
I Old Ma-teirn Wines, by those, to whom is intrude! ri. c.SCV
or Iunih the cutting ol vauajerlmbe''iipcrj .
prtvtut ', Old S.i: do.! :CItA W its effects.
E tu Public Landf. These insuurlous y :kSIlII'ci The !length of time Ih| di'"ws-f hfvc
41 Old liisli \Vhsl.iy. Gth Prccf, been dissipnt. ri.nvinrrf Rte, that the flUeS ",w
.'JW'O J iivfonly te Liv O- k and Cedar tout : -. ./tt:1lHl sill! LR..Jl :S.:
FOR SALE JiYVnnbaun ptrmuntnt, and it with b,- snit) .
I
j.jojiriety t
mr.y
rs linslrecfev! .rs description tics :rum I Itt'Pllh. : i !;: ai.d f"i.cy clIO .
lie i.'H' tui r'.ic purpose of Shipping for the use andY 1son. Silk Hnndkrrchief*, G'c'.es.' Hosierjstriped: SiiallU its dies heaiiiit; onuliiifs rank it nmon: lilt C HI tcr
It
u c
ui .i..<-- M-u fcr." I: ii'.o be underst:) <>wrvrr p,- IK ibis atilt! (.Lips| prt.eni tidY
: 'th::* f:'" I'hl r.if not apply! ) to limhf uu.tf for P-nsnroln, 1).1\..: v ni.,"-i 18 2S- i iTO JOHN I. R1AY.Vf u. BI {...-

_. tiifl or for pluatation! par po!'. s. BOOTS CJ Philadelphia: March u i&i8.
I Iii.c"n
I Beil j. D. Wright, .M.L Z2.t At AiDSHOES ptb. -33 I The above IlIf"II.i'Jllf"cl Mrdrnrc: cnn be pi of urn!'

u. .. Attorney.Pensneola : Li'.gl': ji w iiti1"->t. II Iw.\JIl.d i. &c. '. I IJ"ith ul three uuilars per quart buttof! '''e- .'citl'i-i-

II ..B." iii>- Cliannrl lydul"g jioiulhc Gulf u cam, 1, who wiil; cii.ihit to ally perRoit I1PI.t ii.-, ilefi rear,
: 7th Nova 1529 -?fi ". }i&Rstif.* and
"'::.iigh tine Harbour 01 hEY WLSX, iuto he b"y I 2'itcf. Goods. 'I Cfttea of cures uituded u. by Du tear AJaywegVunbaun '

M..1.RSBAIlS: SALEBwaaliam ..I'Mfxii-o. VesfeU/ diaiMngy feet water ar.d Peiscola. }Febnrarv 7. 152'J-4-lf. & Wilson.Pcns.'ifola. .
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bound to JViobn, fen .acold, and ;New Orleans, can
NOTICE.Coj.artiHMship 16th Jdl.u.n'y Ib?9 .
t: Iafrn \ by l t-trviiig the following:/ directions pass through; .
; yap I IPbJips thin Channel with perfect safety aiid thus! avoid 'IiE : !ftofore 'Xilillg<< ; under' --"
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t.- ? ;I. Atlminisrator \ EXECUTION .. the tedious and (:I\IIgt'toIl4 navi.:aunu olh<*. Guil. the fiuii of dailies &: (>jttu: ill by mufu.il C..i-
BOXES
t f 1 tjfa J":. 't Philips, deceased, f cRfEirr CHANCERV. It is rccotr.mct: k d tu jMasit'is ul V<:':.es to steer: siii tins tiny! dissolved. Thu.e having miU1di 5 CLARETSujperwr lJ.LYE .


t Js.s-y* Philips. ) arc moured in rive dM-pe waterand deemed quiltwnuCiCSSat.V lo add, that those in.dfblid ,
s "S .\ -. I" I u,'8 writ execution; lo me directed bv can be distinctly seen from each other.beHrJiis 'the \\ill confer a particular taior I I.y lil'Uliyg
J 4 .j*.. ii e 11.( n. 8uj eiior Court, foi tinWeste'ii Di; ol the Buovsr.rr as t.lJtI\V : r thetr accuuuu. 200 do. Soap, No. 1.

1 tri..t lit 1':gaga, J will ell at Public Afdion, at flirt The 1st Buoy. a; the. entrant e "" the Cannel! and Sidney P. Ilaines 2 Pipes dry Maluga Wine
I. i .. f4areof. l t hldi\i.iP (*"url in 1'.1I4If..nJa on the DE'arlJ in the lint boar ol Key West, hears trom .

i. 1st. DAY OF SEPTEMBER the L'jfhl; House (fll KeyVit by Cmupnss iN. Samuel Gates. Sucks of Salt.A .

1 i fL o'clockI W. iv W.eat distant I niile. TI'I'! !ifi5i'!fss will in fiinne he conducted
1 r.C.v < nil ic! ngfctftillr; and jute by GOOD
ASSORTMENT
t j rest .>fZ uo Philips, as AdminiMrmor and heir HI 2nd Buoy bears from the lot Dtiov ::. VNoiih. /. I,) I, Sltl'H1tI t..h'i h.J.'t'|ig III? IIual good. u"JJlv; ODRY -
I f .1'1"1.i\ ; 1 1; "'1 :i.d, it;_y-"irt;
La-' >l Joseph Philips deceased }
; al * t F! I figl.., 'iiie.hiiil inlrreif of otheitie unknown Nitre: 3rd. Buoy beats from the 2.5: Buoy, N W. / ,

: & of !." s.id Joseph Philips in said bill of complaint! 'I North. I 5.ATKSKSULVKI: or.lU'.: Gl1. I FOR SALE BY

r.s.: ;) l'. Oii'l -rrec mentioned in and tq the following) 4th Buoy bears from the 3d Buoy N W. 1-2 North. 1 X13 : ) iiy the 1 u'SlCtn,1; aunt Iiirr OrS of II.

f' r t ItRfothuuftIHvirOlleundividl'dhaJtor'u.:1J : 6th Buoy on the Bar bear<< from the Li};nt-llmm-: ..if b the \Vharf L.aupwy; that nftcr IhellO'h rust Michelet.

of LHIU! o400arpens, situated about mile N. E, of on Key West, Hoilh U'ti i by >\\"(>10'. the lulluwin! iHics wi i i'tar chuiged cu all vessels! Penacoa.Juite23! 1829- J-tt.

J i i' p'II..uC..lil, anal bounded N. E. by vacant lands, S. 27Vessels:: requiring Pilots can obtain lliem: nt : I hap:.;; t\w\ % side I lie V\\'llArf. -

E MI. < s hy the bay of Pfulacol,, ; and NV.. and Key West, as there is a board of branch PiloU tk : Per day. PRINTED WEEKLY, BY

.....: W. by iheBayuTcxar, "exclusive of the shot es." taklinhedThe : Vesffls! of/<5 tons & nctcxccciling 10 tons tU> 50 :1ElJ.OMD: :D. MOvr-.1l.

T hivou dred nijeiis of land, situated about t>litnile ehoale water At !law water ia 10 feet: tied : IU tO O 75
v: *, mote or lens, N. E. from Pcuiacola) and about at high hater 12 i-2 feet oi the Bar.Wm. .t VO ;;o 1 C53i roil THE PU01>IUI 'l"CR,

4 mllu! fiotu the mouth Bayou Tezar. In the I. \\f 40 17.3
1. direction of the c.ist bank thereof, and the Piukncy, 'N r\D 2 00 Pu'\i 1\eY or t\\e. Lx

I" I:a.t hank of the Creek, known by for name of Suptrlntcndar.t of- ]]u oy:; GO 100 2 25Ov'r : OF TUBVNITIJ

', I igiijpn: Pit, and hounded thel eon on the South < t '0 \ .-*I-I... dll)] other side by vacant )mis. The } All.\er:\ la!J 3 (X) !) STATE.
Key West January 20 1S29.FOH .
flu ifcuioned U.i
'a j tract WHS origii'Hllv. ;-ranted by every Liceiued Dray 01 Cart 50 cents per
.,10'1I!iirA to Manuel Gony.alez tit !1807-the /last WA" mOtth.: AND OF THE

Momles 'o.ToJiu Alexanriro in Hi KIIlCBW ASSER &.c.1
vrn'i'rby : 7. Erlrflct.f"nm the minutes, TERRITORY
f. .. 'i !I"y I hour bleu levied! ou to sulufy said FxI''lIlIon ';: Salt) by the Subcriber, lately received ., J. G. Drake OF FLORIDA.
Secretary
uu ; AfarskaL \ .OID IVns rnli, 1u_nst luih, Hi .9-2'J! -"tAT Elifl.S.rlV .
| Kirchwasser: (of the Black Forest,)
1Ab I! \L'y Orl-JC.E ) I rhampaijne, (Sparkling) F. DOLLARS per annum, in advance if ;p '
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4 J' 4( .1 t:. O. -\U."I. 1829 ( I Gugnokt d'Augers (French Cherry Cordials,) WANTED; mcnt is deferred six mcutbs, l&IX DOILAH

!\OTI; '.-The ale of the above described prop l.j' I Muscatel Wine, btJil quality, will Lo required.CTAdvcrtiseineuta.
JH postponed to the Bordeaux Oil
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: THIS OFFICE : iuserted conspicuously! at ON,;:
1ST Ttr.tlSDAV OT OOTOBBH While Wiue Vinegar.

: t! t; the lip hours. J.. Peecay. AN intelligent: .;n.: :-- iiv ,. B"Vt3; an aplr; 1J" DOLLAR for every fourteen lines o r less, pf
the firnt insertion, :md f'H'ry Cl :\'rs. fojhjitl(
AJ G ORD05, Mu7t1r.!: 1'p nto1e. t tbfeb,1ti29ot iic'O: (o the Printtu bwincru, '
?QIAU.&fl<:e--ivngertnes b)' tbC.2.I tlq ti> '

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