Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: 3 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: October 6, 1829
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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VOL. VI. >L1 ACOLA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6th, 1829. No. 36.

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SUBORDINATION. deliberate +drawl in which he was pleased to ; the dispirited party. Those officers whose seek from my Great Maker, that c1c.mcnry earthly distinctions between them wee !tood

thou-idol |i duty compelled them to }pass, tile gates of which fellow my men withhold." to end, "do not distress yourself about me, .
drag the
Few .iiiivrs ire mope a-isnirable! : : ; : '' the citadel, observed the challenge of the : "I trust you have" neglected no means of when I am gone. The good of the service

t 'sigimion i and s'>nse of justice with which dination in \\'llli;:)' conduct. There was not sentinel was spoken in a hoarse voice ;- reconciliation, which our Holy Church affords : required an example-you have given it.

,i ic rabble ;arc accustomed to yield up a cul- so much us a start oft-ui in rize or indignationto these vrho regained the barracks, noticed to such as die in hope ;-that you haveno Your own generous nature suggested a re*

-it unto the offended laws ot' his country. be detected." that the men Were gathered together in i malice still rankling in your heart uram -t deeming! show of mercy-you have given it;

I allude not to instances of gross criminality. "And when he was called ou for his teflnce groups of four or five, throughout the several j your accuser ?" a Sir, and where it has been unfelt ; for I die
V{e know that the immutable code of Chris ?" "None Vernon Itrust comforted! proud if I
quadrangles: ; some in silent concern, but i, -Major ;-none, as may say so, knowingthat
:: m luvlns decreed that life shall beexactc "Jlu replied, that he had none to m.ike: ; still more engaged in anxious discourse, with 'I j in the goodness of God. I have need lilY child will not be fatherless nor my

1 I f)r 'i life, tint an eye shall be rendered amid m a voice as cleai' and duep} as a nog n- low and uunssuied voices. Not a sound\ of' ( to be thankful, humbly thankful l, that my poor widow unfriended and desolate. Fare

'.' -n ('\'e ; and it affords no striking inc dail at s-ea. Inc cioacivJ I, iiuwcver, .tp* merriment could be detected in that unusually I resentment again.,; the ruihan xtiio. hay sacrificed well, ;gentlemen," continued Willis per.
111' ;> ofvnm: humility tint these decrees consider this did baud the ceiving th..t even the sternest of his auditor/
pcared to answer as a mete mirthful and tumultuous r('; iOn. No fragment me, ;lnor beiray ray into .
::::: ,(:ln ..... t". ":.1T'ff'dto! lU1inuuimpeach- ebullition of temper,tier he rener.tU'd! de-! of an English ditty-no whistled cadence sin of murder, when my imiiyn.int :spirit: was; was deeply touched. "Do not prolongyour

*. *. h iV.ri: 't i": !,j to the chastisement of maud in an angry voice." of the songs of home, burst from the at its height ; bUt now I can dc l.rc that, sorrow for one whom the world dff*

; "ii ', fl .1 '. .' iio il, or legal, creation- "Ay !I" said youi: Stanley, *'&:. ilien there half-closed casements of the soldier's rooms. from the bottom of my soul}, t forgive Captain I clans unworthy of it. Father O'HalloraA

':. i *us ofa ('/)t1'"'fl i'm',1 1 im: 1'/!flin6-crimes: arose such a murmur in the court as brought The women: called not aloud to their chil- Majendie that which i I fear he wdi will not leave me to-night, nor-nor toy .;
'.* 'h a' fl:" -I" n tine nor reprobation} bijou DietedC.iyunnu learn himself. Ami morrmlJ."+
all the hot low Keujeioo'.s dren in their ordinary vociferation of motherly scarcely to forgive f indeed '

n t-i.r ...i" ,* tnons of chrisiianiiy, however ; counien.uiee. ';apeakyoui: provocation ., ten'krncss--ILev! : "hushed as they ro- ; Sir, it I might presume (o express a "Farewell, Frank, and God! be with

(.r u I ) interests of \o'bl: onler-I con- ; \\'1111':1,' Ci'lCct once voice* '. how up buked," or caught up the unoffending imps dying request to the gentlemen of this regiment j I won !"-said 1 both officers, solemnly, as lhet

f:*,s ala: the p !.iie not '. into their arms, with: an affectation of chidinsr! : who have so krndly intetesred:: themselves I!left the cell, and old Stanley was fain to 3t''!'

Hinonwhich 'hin ;lef ictors com- Inucliciea in cola blotia !P '. huw the (ic- ..: and remonstrance, in order to conceal ,iie hi my favor it would be that they !I' cept tlil! arm of his aid.d -camp, as time; .<
OJnU tn>e, appears to me little less thm: St. Sebastian should forbear from their i wound together ihromrh the intricate stood
: nerd me slut cut you b at (rarthit quivered )in their own ('y r", II i marking by con ,
:instance of divine influence and ordination. : i covering his son m me beam.' Till the old I I One chamber: of that manv-win'u'owetl+ duct towards that self-conuentued man, their passages.! Between the" prison door, and -

: t: g H1l elllUJmo'eJHlly to greater: : fury f fI.y this :I cad had been closed! throughout!: the day; ; sense of my injuries.: the garden }postern of the Government.
I :hive boon lei into 'Irs if tin of reflection ', contempt of Older, comiutinded{ Lire court to I' and the gray plot it overlooked! was even'!i Vcrnnn, instead l of granting the pledge house, there was not one syllable exchange 4

: hv *hc :reai'Mib"' -',* of: 111 occurrence ''be cle.i'ed.and, dirt m no liohilriV (oie.) more idly: silent than; the rest of the bar-; ; required by the generous victim, demanded, I between thi-m. a
which, so'ii: ;* VI' 'r, "' :'t, CaI inuvlia i one of "Tne bi WHS''j in low bother he !had I I Tho morning boomed heavily ovfI
evidence was; ; icily rccajitulited] I rack-. :u :!t ; old! nr.iy: a pityinir! look I a very tUTH.'t any gun
oar sou-hern coloniesme which never recurs coiuiiiued. \ .z1on, atid niter short con- scut: uu to those d(' ohtn! cai.eincnfsand( ma4 message to give to the poor suffering cmeatnrer I the harbor, as the dull gray dawn broke ov

so nit mind without rousing feelings of sule.uiou, sentence oi del1I was n'( H ed.u ry nu adjuration of Cod ]help her) !'di- I hu was about to leave to the tc-mioi the waves; ,and many, or most of those whp '

painful eui! ')!'ionin, 1 which Ishill not refuse 'JJv Heavens !1" exclaimed Arthur J Stani rrrtrd towards tiem.! It wis :hat of BessyWillis mercies: of a wide and selfish: world. were awakened; by the sound, turned sickening :..

tavself the wl inrholy pleasure of detailiivj.! i i'V, "" 1 would rather hivo heard the opening whose numbered hours wore pissing: : "Tell my poor girl," i faltered the soldier, aweiy, "as if they loathed that night. -

I feel t 'hif mv inferences: can i'\:! .he order: society, to which they ire addressed !- voice should ) !, for the horrible by which ,4
eats, ilj.tn arty uncle's grave &onoiou& pair. God was indeed willing to help! her, grieve moic in shutting m\ tvcupon! ceremony t tit
:, and that my story; may possibly t as he addressed the pl'i iyeue'r.: J did not think hf was: taking; horto: hirnsolf.Censcious : a world which deals! a,, you say, but Inr.hlJ was to be succeeded ; and the hollow roll

touch the miii.lt of those in whose! h uvls TO so macli line dignity lay hid under hiscvc-'y-: ; that the fcel.lc condition of his wilh tlu' poor, were I not persuaded: that; we of a muillcd, drum was heard at intervals aft :i
the powers of life mJ deith. Ii may serveto sSouch: that hu of tilt- shall soon be united in a !sad: prelude} to the dark array of death. :
daY ; nor : was capable \\ j IV! would! secure him from the hitter agonyof a more equal' country l
soften the huminh-Mrt ; but it will bo too deep emoiioa which thrilled through hi-* :\i (::.rhI'y; parting-since weakness+ bound And after all, Sir, what vail dielC.lr Thrice did the distinguished regiment tft t:.
foeMv! told to rouse the rebellion; itro !nu.i- He could that which Willis had belonged-assembled br
close of'Itis chaiiri' what avail
words ai the her I.) a dying }bed-Willis was the hl.tf.rImalIccl we drop over a grave,-
ny, or the disaffected; into an evil i iutoiproJation not six ins eye upon poor Willis' line manh : to keep up the show of manly firmness | those which we shed on the blink of that the ordinary and now revolting delay of ifcsj' ,

of my meaning.; figure itS he l pronounced that onv hornliluconciudmg which, from t the first moment of his Mr- which is about to cover us ?-Sboit will be nlllcr-roll-march round the parade ; tbQ.

One sultry evening in Aairust, an anxious word ; and while he spoke, rest had distinguished his deportment. But the longest separation brief niomc-M in lout, dee{ ,- n.wn notes of the trumpet prc&

group of civil and military employ was: collected !- theievis: not a sound stir! jn6 in the ctovdeJ he had? n.-ver deceived himself with regardto the endless! day of the Universe ; ;\mt! in a landing the funeral march by which they

in the chief squire of a city of sono: court, except ihe hard breathings et one his t1l'. tii1Y. A soldier's son: -almost) ; t a f.w } cars, all alike will mingle in the dust. steps: were measured. If ceased ; and &
in;)()-tance among our Meditorrane! in posjc I know that You Vernon if I emboldenmysolf solitary human voice wa heard reciting
or two 01 our youngsters. my soldier (Irn-hl' was keenly ;live to the fit- Major may
:' ,ion The day h'id been oppressive and swelled till it dlOakcOltll'." to make the will: service oi burial for the dead ; a solitt tho'I
own heart ling! strir:ne. sof military dis-'iplini: ; and io request, you itethat I I
jrn rang from glare and moschctos; suffieien.lv than Willis : : and the! human \'ujcet which pierced, into the
"There i is not a smarter ]little! had l lie looked: for iliac, so ill-c clan-! Bessy boy :re decently sent -
so, indeed, to account for the hectic in our ranks," observed Ul1C or the subalterns ;ed! would IIP have con -il'n.lthe; doom of home to her old father, and that ho is told j recesses of thejieart to which it was addre4
upon several cheeks among the little knot of "He btlouby ]how truly she formed to Iris last hour the ed ; which, animated as it was with the ,
after a pause. seems: to honor;:!,le d.-ath for one stripes or imprisonment !I
disputants i : and for the angry inflection of 1 divine right, to the regiment+ far he was teat he had never striven to awakenmouir blessings: of an honest heui: ,- of the ImsLi.tllfl t t proudest instincts, and the most gcnerou ,
their voice: D 1':n'Y the whole! morniii'j! in ill vtkshaw's who died in her defence." i impulses, was about to fall into the dart .
born in a retreat in m, : : :; Iii t,judges' a scn e of the! con>;i.lt ralioH
the chief squ urn, which' formed a sort of parade time ; and his father, who w:)s :Seije.unmujor : doe to his ;seivice, nor the slinliNdegree God of Heaven i is it then :rue that-" I !stagnation; of the grave. The felling of a
before the 'r( :er amen: house, had beenemiivwslv "No: Sir that headtny 1 lofty tree i is a subject of interest and ympas
JlD: was left behind to scoop a grate iu the of porMMvd! internet ; n'iy, so fit. m:1.5 his mme, on ; spirit l, I
deserted, s tve when some I.i\ ,YPad.c thank God is Bessy's thy whit the standers-by ; but to mark the .
S sand for his wile. 1 remember) healing several I peisu.json: of tin* immutability; of his sentence tranquil now Ay ::
vac: seen deliberately! traversing: usscorc'iMij when father wavered he would! his cutting oil of a vigorous human frame-\b&
India fellow.s rtl : long
of our old ite, that; with a do'icicv ,:'otiy! a htterohl'ct en give
': sm-l 1, in order to iscend the steps; 1 joined, how Fr.mk waswaihetl III a wallet ; he had forborne to- connect: the} out- dailij; to a soLiiei-yet: he little dreamed death-wound of a warm human bc-t-i_
of S''ilH lofty portico, the palace of one of soldier make almost too trying for duty.
and tossed into a baggnire: Wdgon, with jagr,; foruhich he was: : to suffer, wish someurievous that : v.iuld an ignominiousend. i
Jiis chartered peniens? ;: or when, nt an early thc womenho ." Uncovered and alone, in the full uniform
little or no care from) were : personal details of insult ;'.nd injmy.; I
boor, a :bannered procession, with pix and busy with the sick and wounded." And( lie was to <.1it.Tlw lr:t ivirons At this moment, the enhance of a gaoler, ; of his corps, but with his hands hound behind \

rosier, h-id direct I il.l.l1'fw.1fd the) "Frank Willis served wih; U3 through theJcnill.ul.I. upon} hilisnbs! -the heavier !b'irs of 'his !prison i preceding a figure uvapt in a military cloak, him, Willis followed the minister ; preceded <
church of Santa Madarda from a convent I' u" observed another, "and !he, has WindOWS, throu..11; which the slaHtjng red ; interrupted! tires; guise of his comfoiiless re- by-a detachment of the regiment i ia
In th" suburbs. But !.Ithoujh ;a sct breeze J1tCti.JIli. whose lanks he had so often rushed on to:
the Waterloo medal.J.lnt evening sunbeams had: found: : their way to j
s'' had -ilready sprung! up, and ws iru_ ,hnz; in "\\ think you, W-rnon.; i is there: no d trace and quiver, 1f; ifin derision, upon the* ; "'1"'iris i$ a J lire hoar for V1SlfOrs-WJlO victory lie rushed not forward now ; his

jl-eshening sportivcness ncross the square: a* hope{ fur him S r' inquired l another: of tho apposite= wall of hi.; cHIl-tlw straw which have we hero 1"' :.siid the deep} voice of Sir step was sloWjincasured] resolute ; his face

"if in mercy to the white stono will which group. rusilod! beneath him as he threw himself! Ralph, 'lpPl"O'Iclling the prisoner."A stein, but pale like that of one to whom tbfi

vcrc basking under tho prol.m'vd Blow of "It is revolting: by heaven to see a fine : down! exhausted not despairing, on his return fiic i id, dear Sir !" u'plied Major. encounter of death is familiar, but apptdiing} *. r

the setting sun-although the: seem of a tiiou- Itillow cut olVunder such chcumstauce ; for I from condemnation; conspired to Vernon, anxiously referring the governor'-! Yet although many a heart bea Our.&

rand orange blooms was: borne upon irs! wings, althotijh Willis scorned to bring: forward the remind] him) that the last: : sands of his degraded : umhaely visa to sone motive of mercy. among limo crowds assembled to look i.pon.
idlers at least of British seemir- \V llis !I" exclaimed Sir addressing and be admonished by a deed of de&ib-Jiat
jjo none : name: of his young wife in his defence, yet existence wore dropping grain by" grain ; Ralph, -
forth the restoration! of the the flattered soldier who stood of Vv'illii kept temperate time-. u.'ougfc
.came to enjoy not a man in the regiment doubts under what nrvi that: a death; of shame awaited him on erect t
evening coolness, until the little party to irritation the assault was; commuted. Ma- tl1, morrow lIe might have died in happier before him, as if still l i-ngajred! in the execution many lips were compressed in ngonj} .1': she
which I have alluded emerged from the of military duty ll have too intimatea solemn :spectacle; of deliberate bloodshedFrank's ,
por- ,jendie's character i is so \voii i'.nown, .md his times ;-he might have perished in the ,
tico of the house and j.I' of the heart of soldier ; were gently parted, as if to mhal .
government gathered 'admiration of llt'Villis' was j )parcnt struggle! of a battlefield!-for ho had seen knowledge a good to
itself round of the fields which .. believe that entertain ill-will the last sweet breath of earth; rJtnougfr
one pieces, ourselves." many such-and "honor and he filled up you any towards -
even to I I :
more for ornament than defence, were planted ":\1ost true," replied Vernon: : "but old one monument !P' but had such been his for- me for the part you have obliged me many eyes were earnestly strained, ai if ta
the I to act in condt'mn'itn.! But since save the big drops from falling, in sh me to
along esplanade. saving Arthur's presence, is a nnr- !I i tuM'.vho! had not returned! triumpant to that your I
Tfuv! Iud apparently left the dinnc table tinct in ,points of discipline: ; and, to say; the I t beloved; Hngland!; in whose most sequofter'e -' you needs must die-"part: we friend. !,. Giverue their manhood, those of the victim W.ta!*;
Sir R this hour hand Frank \\ diis, son's ternately bent in good will upon his fo-niejr ,
of ilph Stanley at untimely truth I believe pardon in such a case would !' l h.'mlct he had vron the hand of Bessy your ,- njy
in Oi'fcs"! to indulzo in some discussion upon ." frotn the reluctant father uuto whom be had: prtservcrm.li'e( :son'who is with comrades ; or humbly lifted towaics thinsky

vhci:: :; hi; presence: hid been a restraint."I I be altogether unprecedented.ci i 1 1i! love and her GodGive! iiit- your h 'nd, (''UHnd remember which he trusted was not unmindful 4 c$..
"/ bas, Von pent tout cc qifnn vcttt, i sworn to to protect ;--:i prop
knew bow i it" would enrl observed! that wife .n.j i infant; from this his penitence.
: one J mis bat fulfilled The} : your :
quand on 'tut cc l'on dolt pouloir. : too fatally prisoner of ,
que The was nearly at an end -
of the 'r*st offu-r-s : "from the momentof hour become childien. ceremony
youn them called back
"Not in a garrison, Arthur, as you will groaned heavily: M images ot.
his arrest-n 'y, lVoin! the day of his enrolment one day: find to co.>t. But (that is not :I to his mind the wife of his bosom, and the "One of them; will no!:, I inK, tarry: long Major Vernon accidentally in command :
in :ijendieS; company, I predictedsome your which had blessed their mutual from the siirl.cr of her lle-.tvciis!, Father; ," his regiment, gave contradictory orders -
the If tiling c:in he done to save young! boy
bla'ck conclusion. Frank Willis i is tooinehc.l"ted any answered the : Willis ; ihe seemed harassed and perplexed, and t for thfc
gratified pulsing
Ins affection but as he sought to bury his, head ,
\\Tillis,6r to mitigate: his punishment: previous ;
f fellow to Itch with the ad venerable hand extended first time on duty, lost his self-possessio .
m -
a in the straw a compassionate! : voice warned so cordially -
ties us, and his manly firmness; }
upon The officer the head of
jutant. Bo were on the court-martial him. ".\HI His blessine he with young at JMajendie
: you him: that he was not alone. : :
demand cflort at our hands.: Sir Ralphowts
'Vernon how did Frank stand his jrro'ind \ every : General fur kind will towardsthe company, horn Gen. Stanley had consider
( mo some 1ndfCsS,"Ct>ntinlied Vernon, He roused himself! lo inquire who stood you, your
how did the \I.d through, his defence ?" Makehim soldier Sir utely despatched to an out-post on the coast,
get lowering his voice, ".is the surviving: friendof beside him amid the !gathering: darkncso"It ;.- orphan. : a good ,
"Ho attempted; none. The charge of having his only son-as the receiver of his last is I, Willis.," replied] the genie voice of if it please you ; unless you think that thehli'ht turned deadly faint The, and could scarcely still peru
sist in his most ,"
duty. unearthly .
struck his of his father's will be hint.But .
supc'aoofliear \v is clearly breath and Arthur, who: provoke V c.-nIJll. "It is your old master; who would h name upon ,,
f llh'\t1nti.'tcd, and \V is recodc.l with :-ill the ; you and curses from morningtill youruncle's fain exch-mge' a f few parting and friendly no !" exclaimed lit', proudly collecting ness pervaded' the whole scene ; and evcj2
of le II definition. Corporal reprimands of Frank the spectators, assembled by curiosity to" =
tedious ecision himself "hi act
p> : words with : ; spite one rrring ,
little imagine. with what indulgent you. '
night can
witness the execution were breathlcja frog
n Rutherford to having Sl'enViI Willis's life :is free f from ich." ,
"Your honor is considerate an- I :: repro:
tenderness he dotted E l- | very ,
lis disorderly on parade that very afternoon. ward." upon poor swrred Willis, attempting to gain his h'-,0:?. I "We know it-we acknowledge it," :e- emotion. y

"But there was no witness' who could :spunk 1 Arthur Stanley drew rr to listen.: ;; "You h<1hcen ever so to me, JM-.ijor Vcv- I {plied Sir Ralph:!}' and Vernon, ut the aJ1lemUIIH'nt."Take multitude Yet not!-a not murmur a disapproving rose from word that vat:
to the principal charge ?, ;. and things would have better no thought for the boy ; wad
"Yourself Arthur his antI heir non ; gone
as nephew ,
and the victim gazed wit
"None !" exclaimed Arthur Stanley, thegovernor's with me if I had heeded reproofs of but tell us. what we can: further do to favour I spoken- very
\ can pretend to some: claim upon the General's : your my manly firmness the last receptacle
comfort and first said the upon
and aid-de '' your ; general,
nephew, youngest! consideration.: We have him fiery spirit. :- .
given his coffin winch was borne before him by.
"And his evidence t "Sit down Frank sit down "' said Vernon touching Frank's fetters with his foot, andrecalling Ii I .
camp. Majendie gave time for his hookah, let us go back together, four of his comrades-listening the while in -
In such a cursod, showing, apologetic style, i and say what we can in furtherance of this forcing him back to his straw. "You have i I the gaoler, "first let us: dispense I II .patience to those heavenly promises which
that I was in hopes the court would have i which boars the signatures of half need of rest." with these ; we know, and will be responsible ;
petition, : imparted and to his dying hour i
Frank the minor : "Not Sir answered Willis for our man. II I I. peace joy *.
found guilty only on counts. I, the garrison, and all the regiment ;-nay, i so, affecting I Altogether, the disciplined steadiness of the
But old Kedjerec, my worshipful kinsman, even: l\lajendie's-who, I bclievo. would I a more cheerful voice. "My rest tomorrow As the sledge hammer was instantly applied i: troops afforded a remarkable contrast wits E

Cifter a cioss-examination, which appeared ,;:i !Hive his right hand for liberty to withdraw: will forestall your own ; and when the 1 for his relief, \Villis appeared to shrink I, the uncontrollable: feelings of indignation

to me, and indeed to most of our fellows, '. the charge." dial shadow of tie bastions falls upon noon, hack in )pain.: "What is it 1" inquired i I.!(! wrangling in their hearts. .

vexatiously persevering, called upon the ,| "Go, and Heaven speed you !" exr.laim- Frank's head will be lying amont sleepers! ;, 1 Veiiion of the gaoler, who exhibited unequivocal I 1 But the last sentence of christian exhorI *.. r
prisoner for his defence." I officer "VVe will wait as heavy as; any we l loft at Qtutte Bras." symptoms of sympathy: with his :.
i jed every present. : I tution had been breathed, the word"of COB*
told Willis result." Vernon did rebuke this lightness of prisoner, now that he fouirj them sanctioned I a..
"You have not us how bore j here to learn the not I mand was hoarsely gifr-en-a liglltinfan.try.:

tip against i the evidence. Did he seem cast ; [The application was unsuccessful/]} speech, but he damped it by the tone of his by his betters. company; that to which Willis belonged...

flown when it went hard against him V1 I "What success ?" exclaimed t twenty voices reply. "I am come, Frank, to inquire whe- "The irons have galled an old wound," wheeled round, and, in another second the.

"I never beheld a firmer demeanor. If as they regained their expectant com- ther you have any commands: to, leavewhicha replied the man. And Vernon remembered solitary, blindfolded figure, which stood 111 .

the follow had been carved out of the rockon 1 paniolls. friend may execute. Having, never deluded that the bone had been shattered by a musket proudly erect to receive the fire of hirownf

wiich: we are standing, he could not have ; Vernon shook his head.; "Inexorable !" you with hopes of mercy, I have the less ball in the affair at St..Seba ti7m's, du- ili r friends, as if it had been that of the' '

>shown :u morestern and resolute counte replied Arthur, doggedly. "Nothing now reluctance in announcing to you that even ,'ingVil1i 's active defence of his friend, enemy started with a bound from the earth''t .,

nance.: There was not a variation of color I! remain fur Frank Willis but to die-and he your most sanguine friends have: ceased to Edward Stanley. The looks of all present 't and f fell lifeless and quivering upon the sand _
man." cherish them. Willis, you must die to-mor showed their roncern. A loud and i simultaneous :
spun his cheek, nor a glance! of }pissinniuliis will t lie-like I a discharge nppeare
oyc, even when that. red-hcade&Judas, The roll of the evening drum, warning the row." "G..>neritl !". said Frank, apppicaching to cleave the ajr. .. .. '

our worthy adjutant who! by the way, '' men to their quarters, and the closing light "I have never thought otherwise, Major ; his former commander with a manly plain- In less than: an hour. from that time thft .

y .MM4d trpt cAn ijid l&$.trepid .tton cyan: bJ the around thein acted as signal of dispersioni' and I havcf Uferokio preparped Wjsejf to t=G'zi inspired b# the fcnovrle'dgc that all rep 'tent jobrched fiac into the bare ..,


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a., ,

., k. Ii
t1-IO { t win.o nn ch 'W.h in ctnir6 the c i.(:re 15 nrt a citizen J' of tfirgiuia
bauJ' Ti b m-I ,
'-tt: (i plajfogVo 7t ,...1tS,4 .L r. t There tfas no r mcicrjJn! : *:o } : : : : >x<1Jr
t : [ in its incip'enl Place and in retarding devoted! to roars; ;,nd! ( ..n.'J> :1 j, t tOur
; gaud atike n
their Ui'
f ..v ',;i.-n wrang sr'un li f 01111" -iit. I jrot to 'tla bank : u'e
{ fatal progress( : ai .\ later stage It should frllow-citirt-ns C q,L HJ |h.\' } ;
but : ; )
thrrois not
: .IH 'y nought: of Bc.sfy: ; : bcfoi-o tWf). C-om'mrr: aw.y I ;. \ i n. It
i often changed. is our duty, on, mtciesi, and hhoulu bt
.use: for their iomtssiunatc an\tj' y. ', inon;!UT 't I It has been suggested by high authorities, to adopt a svstem, ot I
In reply to Sir Ralph} StnnlcVs cortlininquiries : tarvod; puppy under his PAW, !> mij.rovon.entwhich ,
\t to obtain the full hem-fit of a damn : shall tho
: < : execute most
: after the poor ben A\\\ l'r(' tHn:. Itw hi oath; out of its body. essentialvorU
}it I should be changed at night, and one first, always proceeding' the but .
!had wttxcd upon ;
l' (rated that she fuiiver: ;lnel' \ ''rhrrbroker aivl his O
{ {linen or coarse calico substituted on gui;.g : vice, always" guaiclhi; against the abuse ofevery
f .:n7t'r throughout the aiiirh' ; nnt t1. she hul thoujrht I. Jttsftn :
0 bed. It is urged that duiing<< tilt, ighl the expenditure} end always
hckod! strength even to wipe =+v.t the t'IIJ l ld I 0' : cam lag on
l : i is subject to no such vicisiitudcsas hy; every work as fast our resources will
her forehead 111.en permit.
dc'from for
imnnIng 1 c.e n\"ric l.io3T: : 1
drums soonded, Arthur Stanlev un.ihl; { }-that the wants of the body are in ge I( We should< open the great water courses j t

DOCTOR OH-Rl ; \ fully supplied by the bed Clothes in or- and the most essential roads, as fast -
longer: to repress his de ir(' of supporting }lie! as

in her hour of trial, and of marking Ins Of ploaS'int mnnorv, was :, use-that a flannel dress worn next means of the Commonwealth could be pro

opinions concerning the punishment of the I I I last Prmcc.ss Dowager of \\'ales, ; tho skin during the night be.comes so poly enlisted, and the }purses individuals 1

day, conducted the compassionate wife of a I I of St. Gt>or,!Southwaik.: : ( with perspiration greatly to in- can be brought in to coopcrate"ith her. I

brother officer into her darkened: ch:imher: much ;iii the gcod things of its power of conducting: hoatMhcrcb; VYe would, in a word, save::! hc Constitution /

:'niug, in a degree its preservative if i could at the time that would *
and both were tenderly} bent cxhoitin liP so fir indulpad his hunger and great we same she

and comforting her afflicted heart.upon +: dolicncie, that he found Jiiinsolf; .rect .-(Armstrong) improve the State. 1'ilginia should put her '

There hnittcd{ into rear to man" of his trading It would seem also! that by this course, ohe wn shoulders to the wheel, without calling}
was enough
the room to enable just the intruders to see 1)1Cautionary .) Fnrtunsioly for; him, he lived in good efiocts of tllo irritation of the skin upon IIciculcs ; and we pledge ourselves,

fingers of the woman who vtatcl) the Kind's Bench, wl'.irh shielded be obtained and the experiment seems that as soon as our new State Constitutor.: 13

.ftd the sufferer lifted to their lip* in tOkCll '';e rude intrusions ol clamoio'.c: be well worthy of a trial. adopted, no one will be found! more rnxioup

that she was sleeping. But thbsc who! welcome The! DiKlor, however, was a I : &......-- -- --- than wo are, to rally the.iesouices (itSt.ite iha

m, 3ur, and frequently hit upon immeiliutely] around her imti
to minister to her sorrow, looked) npoa POLITIOAL .0
the fair waxen hands extended on the cover keep liiRin in good temper. IIf! I !! listen to the claims of oui \\' cs-tern L f-:t t.EQ;

li nd knew that her fast ed a sermon to ih! ;m, from the ) } .=!--- ------ fat Internal: Imr.iovoment, .nd to pmuta,
< :: was -
repose ElI lIi
'trot-"Hare patience and I will p I{ t : from the Itichiitord cr. it;1 in r-vcry other! prycirble: ; direction with.
biuid. earthly distui bam e. Yes sle, was! STATE RIGHTS.Wo ,
1I- otiiatiated, at gre-it; length on 1 t in bound, -na hy grudunl l but
proper .
in :leed dead ; but so recently that the un- beg the attention of our readers to the\ certain
and of nlie'rec. And
donscious infant still lay ne'tlins. ; in her bo- advantage : I thisornim'r advances.Them .
Protest which in
brethren, :said lie,! am coati'; to the i appeared is a v mew of this subject, in Mr. Johrj
Stun. The earliest summons to military I '
of discourse which i _"A lid 1 l s }paper: from Mr. Jefferson's} ; pen
my i ; : : i Tylorrs jMessjiye: to iho (Jeneral [
the first morninu drum had been he Asxeiubly.
duty, : r \ 0 well recollect the time, at which it was
iir'-ut! that shall defer to ; (
you a which is entitle to the most
; of release and it smnded 1 serious at
signal ; ere again, Impressed with the "Signs of the *
she ws laid the side of her soldier in a portumty. Ollf () her anecdote ; i i tention.V I
by "
imr3 Mi:: *. YVm. F. Gordon then a m.--jn
Ouinmon ; (lend! tti i-lucid'ite his character.: I Ia \ cannot dismiss; these rapid: I icmaik
grare. [' 'ruke.mak r.8 lhotl in LIICii: I Ia oi'ihe House of Delegates, and now r
( withoi't expressing our hope, that the present
ho canonical in tin' presume, a member of CongreH oftli;
yam a wig Administration of the Ft-der:I Government
The last Day of Grace. took his and thu S., and at all time true to the rights of
fancy rntering I i will, at the proper time, recollect the
J +. --Y, plll"tr pave orders for ono in the simo; i i States, addressed himself to Air. Jeffer- Republican' School, in which the

The) dreadful. aotenAv or DOOIT. style! and of the s. oio colour.\ I In ; upon} the subject of the alarming enGovernment.- ; of The U. Sitfts; was educed piosentPrer.don

I awoke In the mo"ninir before the Ilstll 1 obtain r, edit, ho informed the nla+ '. of the Federal lie was brought( in the School of
up great :
i time. had little of I dreamed asR"ctor of St. was in the month of December, 1325, '
My sleep quiet, Gi-orgo's 98 and '99. He fough: by the side! of the

of duns and Deputy Sheriffs. I was n o ('htl +into the Princo! Dowager gave rise to the first memorable J\Ie&- Republicans} ({ the quciies which he ad
bettor off( when awake, for my note was t o [II ippy iu the acquisition of MIC.. of Mr. Adams, that this appeal was dresser} to Mr. Dixson of Tennessee
be paid off by two dock, and my }pockc: .c nicr+ ilif\! hair>dit"sser' fmis.hrjil\ I .ide to Air. J enerson.Ve have the fruits w are his principles,-how much attchedhe povphat

Were empty. I put on my clothe Dressing with the utmost dospalch ; "Inn beft .i i it in the papers[ now submitted to our is to the strict interpretation of the Cent :

i is b td time but dressinwhen homo by had hoard whi : No mistake their
enough it any ; it some : s. man can purport. i
ititution, and{ to the just lights of the Stated
you have a note to pay before iii;;ln i is the rovorond doctor which dill l not : I Jefferson( here most ernph} ,ttieally tflls md of the People. "VVe I hope in due season I''

horrible. Every thing: coos xvronjr. You please him, and the pfrf-l ordorod! ) i that "the Federal branch hor assumed: !
f Administration! will itself true ;
fasten the wrong buttons stick pins in yon r noymrn horn: he SPill with the t\ some cases: and 1. claimed 1 in others] a right prove to '
Mr. Jefferson's
principles-and will} do all in
/Jo sli, and twist your clothes vianou!! >>ly out doliver i it without tho inone : ; h ; cnhrJ"ilw ils, ovt n po'.vers, by constructions, ;
h its
to circumscribe the encroachments
of .hape.I hroncht your wsg!, Sir.' said the } (' and indefinite deductions, from power} : : I
of the Federal
and brine b'-ck 'he-
At breakfast nothing: was bettor. TIiroller to Ins reverence-'V err well' put i *, e directly given, which this Assembly potter,
Government to the first of tdlO
: ( W.H scalding hoi ; the toast t loll) int" -4I C'Uil, Sir, vithoiu tho cole.' : decl; .ire to be usurpations of the powers principles
Constitution.-So mote it be I
my lap, buttered side down, (Nankeens! on) j try it, !however, to sec? \\hothor it : ned to the independent: branches, mere .. :-' !

No 't PP etite. Felt dispcptical.l Tiioi!:I IOf h Tins hlhoii .ht so reasonable a ) +!1" into ihe compact[ and direct I

my flute- -two o'clock must:: :ho p::id. I !tlr) ('''fI f'nl'd: to it -'I hn c'U:;:>q: I j } r of it."Among these usurpations: GAZETTE

*'l have a whole forenoon at 1 least, be for c -}li:.t lisc? Do-'tor, nrdotod} him particularly: } singles out the power over -- I

Jfco," said I, as I sallied forth, iniondin of tin1 room without tile prjjcKc-, } I i l >rnal improvements. He also levels a _1'ENSACOLA'ft:1SDA1'OCT. 61;iWe i-, ,;,:'::'. ,

to make a desperate effort to raise :lu money that ifl hfj touched! i it after be iud} ) I ; (' .' :.ive blow at Mr. Adams' famous: heresy, T ..;J
iascrt in this wecVs Gazette
a proposition O:
by borrowing.: "Mr. Q-, my lea }' I! dc-livorod it, he would prosrrnte. : I I : } bcu-tin;; the condiiion] of the people I, supply tile Debates that may take place in the Virgi- I

friend, I have four huntirod dollars In rams: c I i tohl'.cry ; n' l"t>gljlar lI'all"rer: hail; : i l t[.:.' declares: tint the General Assembly! o1'r lia Convention, Wljich meets this nionlli to now model!

this forenoon, and which I muM 1 bom..1* ant;! ]it has now IMS rareef{ .;. :: .. Virginia, ought never voluntarily, yield to ri heir Constitution When it is remembered U.aVJhief

Bat Mr. Q-, had no c.l-.h. As t o..1 i when c 1.1!!oclinga brief will tli! : !!c assumption of such powers, while lie e-I Jiistk-e Mar"iall: Lx-Presidents: tadisoa and .

nioru'y, it was all sunk to the IJtUoIm of ill t, : cer, of St. George, called among! : I ,ueates a heedless resort to violent nu',lsures. lunroe. Lttlctoii. Tazeweil. John Tyler \\ il.

*ei, he believed. The bunks xvoiild! ncdiscount. t tattle! iii a moror, will whom{ l li" : he by ; of conci- ,
fin-illy, ,
[ .
linen D.iiloH.; John Ilandolph! and nearly all of tha.
Horrible words I had as He( f!i niugarcount.: 'J'o prevent Irving; ] | ; to ajj(>o-il I to the I co-Statos of this I II talented
hoar it thunder as "the banks won't d'rfoun1. .- :for a 5"1111'O\uu1, ho ('tunireti) if/ !; : : : I Union, (for a constitution decision of the experienced statesmen Virgink
are members othis convention, it is rational cot> ,
:." j eant, t, ifle in his deht. On ref: oyamta'I: I II of interiril He N
)otr improvement.;
dude that the debates will! be Thanris
S- I went to Mr. X. -ind to Mr. W. arM ).1.:I l If'rt.r! t'.irie appealed I ab.il.uif t ,, : ( to civc: it, if three fourths (If the highly interesting.

Z. Not a doll'sr. 11'ml nine's--Peep!!, I shillings; in favour! of tlu> al :aclt: )t 1er States should ask it ; but so to guard: t j *, the statesman the politician,the man general;

j I (Doctor had his science may nil expect much to inform and uwtraci
iai1in "Then I it.C. out on\o half little !. hem in the.-e disciH-.ion .
remains for said IIP""I
nothing "
m( : II, -'; it from, all ;wa.cs: compromises,
"but t.) eo Sharp the: lmi,<'%"."' This \v.s I "uim'ji, thn eio.-r, oviiue j"o: 1.111 : !! cuirupt practises." Jiut, until the To the People TloriJa the work will be an invalo

Vfouuvwho a assisted needy ;_"entlOnr! as\;1 l d"ui: <". of si/j: pri..p. ('JI' !:\ilt.I! 1, '(i !, t t rl\\"er j is thus/ Ie2itimiel3":: given, no 1 pro est' able acct'iiitiun. In a few years we "shall be called

fcril'o: -1 times, out of pttro fii-nl,lfi... ; I Sti \n-* \h' '& Cot n slr.ncrr( ( tlioro ( ; !( the n uno of the I Consiiiuiion\ ..iirain:: rill upon to form a constitution for ourfel\"o and the a .

The rascal knew 1 tt, .= In seaicli of liiiBs ';ut r'.1 I have! Mr. BjO'.tn,' ropli'-d the usurpation/ nnd declare-; .; t them"as null ,i iatance we shall derive! from tho proposed ,,"ork will_

he stood talking: with somo body, at th r, inc: it \dfiilitr.itiv into iii biforc .v'/v/' //r !If'ifa prece order that tho work have aa an extonsiv e cia
corner of Congress street. I s'h'mh1eIJ; 1 I : ice part xr < : of liiiht." may

) ulation as possible in the Territory, we have that:(!.
ah him <
:)v near now trying to catch} his, evan ',I This Protest was transmitted to AIAI-
From ln U.Thf f.. the work from Messrs.Ritch
.i.nv ql.uicinj! ; ;ttthe dill in the 6l, : ]} for his rrangemeiitsto procure <
son ; pprobation.rhat answer was
Sd' House, the hands of which isiovril nil i KngJish .area, .- 'I IIPvicp j >tl that illiMnous docs ie & ('oak, and it will be delivered to subscribers CJ
by man, not
a :-..:.fill tpidity! toward tin*' point hcyon Join n.ii; for July. contains a. ( { ( this; place,at the Richmond price. I
from Air.
prob ibly appear! Jefferson's works
of tiio distriiMitj.m: : 1)1'111f' ;
standing Those who wish to subscribe, n i ift
We -i there W IS'no salvauun of ciediVi '. |' no man, who knows Air. Aladison's persons Dlf\Y _
\ ? (Jic.it Dril.in; a brief notion of at out office ,either ia
.t could ho be talkim:; about so Ion;r7 1 lIP I' )iuiuns and} measures, can doubt, for one plea apply our iuiuiediately I
y not untnterosting to {
It our ? or by letter, t paid. i
was strange he could not see me.Aftor person po
of his in the
ao.i to the public of the U. Status : acquiescence greuiprinciples
waiting :a lung time I 'ded i in
sur v< I which{ it internalimprovement. }
Tilt total numb-r! of rt'- intents at { expresses upon The term of the United States Superior Court Of
catching him
as ho proton-led to be mbvinoft"
: rr pay is unc hundred and thirty \r c )Know. that this; paper 'Vest Florida which-was! to have been hen at
'Mr.. ;
SJM.-f), said I "ln\e
you ly chiding) the ill tdlc'r; and oncinenrs; : wa never presented to ibis Gen ackson: County on the first Monday of Decen.betas

xntmoy;. It) / t,v,.l""No ther.* are twenty six logiinonts Assembly, but, happily, it still lives in been postponed until tho third Monday of paid
a < 011 I overdrew '
: cash
ar the Junk my : and 113 of inf""tr}'. :Fifteen : : \ JefierMm's) works. It will serve as an month. By reference to our advertising columns! it.will .

tare for yesterday" Never- saw such al l I of .: fval') -v, and nine of the l : memento oj" his unalterable princi- > be perceived that the Superior Court for this j

'''If money. 4 in England: : six of cavalry, and ples. It will show to the most distant pos County' has also been adjourned until! thc first Ionda1 .

the, thiu.jo' ).asi'Je! cud; I, "I shoulAwvC I the line in Ireland! ; and ono of 1 ttcrity that he died, as he lived], true to his of December.
10 cave .
44 no : C"i hed. our" of infantry, in Scotland.; ;1 th ; and that eight years of power, and The following was endorsed on the margin of out
Ahem !I" "
: swirl |11, ,
I noncy is inoar '.' der of this immense force is urc than thirty-five years of experience la New Orleans paper. (Tho Bee.)

now. have ''tUBn raise myself, but !jj r the colonies and dependencies, as the Federal Constitution, had! nothat..d "Commodore Porte( 1 i-?. Vera Cruz fop
you are in u- 'A-nt of this1 "
f "So much "want East I'/fli.-s.-Follr regiments his vigilance ia guarding the rights of New Yotk on the 27th AugustCirxni.r.s ."'
so, nrrtwercd I. .111t| if i il
the States the
for and nifirtfon of infantry.Jamaica i against encroachments of theFedoral --
Were my own pmicul.ir use, 1 coul'J no I
want it mor !." -Five regiments of power. : R GARDNER has been appointed Assize
"I Tiinidad-Two regiments) of ; And slrill we now ah.mdon these principles tint Pout Master: General vice Abram Bradley ro
think" said he, "that I know a mall loved.fl \
Corfu-Six 1 Sh til
that regimptits of !!I + Virginia brcomu regardless of
can it, for [
yon, a pnriiculrtr acqmin.ance } '- (;lhraltar-Six rcgimows of ) : good old school of '98 and] '99 ? Shill --
of min'el'Y( particular, 1 duo; say; The Revenue Cutter Pnlaeki, Captain HARRIO'!! ,
+ Noith American Colonies. sell herbirth-riirht lira of ?
thouifht i !_ mess pottage rived this last from St.
) I'll step over the way and sewm. is ut place on rriday Mark*
ments infantry. her principles} :: for a road, or t a"cw
Call on me in ton minmes" ddsenger.the Honorable jJErEBB, Judge of tbj*
regiments of thousand dollars fur a canal 2 Shall she,
"Very well, Sdid I, and walked; off. outheru Distriot of Florida. I
DNI1:1rara-OI1c6 regiment of n this ground in mode of
I+ acquiesce a construing -
My worthy> friend saw me out of sip j ht,
St. Vinn'ntsOnA
rpginu.nt of the constitution, which carries with i it
find then wedr iuto his -office and sat downrresHir.ly '1 FROM FRANCE $ ENGLAND.The .
; lJauritilJsThree rpginifints of only this but others (ad Infinitum
I power ;
I came in. I knew well I ships Samuel Robertson and Majestic arrived
very ; St. Lucia-One of}
regiment weeping before it the great guards of the
yeti t he was! about to bay. I at Charleston on the 21st ultimo the former from
New South \\T.1lcs-Three rt Constitution and threatening to engulf thenost
"I have been to see the person I spoke of I' i Havre! whence she nailed on the 14th August and tha
infantry. i } sacred rights of the State Govern-l i
i'ih"but! could not fini him. Writ a : Capo} of Good Houc-Four (' ? latter from Liverpool, day of nailing the 12th August,

:. and mo..ien Mr. aa.l I will try again 1" I sat down, infintry.Ceylon. If the States insist upon the General Government's I, From the Courier t\e make the foiluTvinj extracts ofhe

Sh irp walked up the street, took a i -Four of t news receied..
regiments ; this i
turn lo-md I exercising power, let them
the Old j jonstiiutionally
State House
back. tad cat n0 BerbicOne regiment of in grant it. Let them imitate Reported Death of the Emperor of

'AI I Hprmnd; i-One regiment of E \ '. Jefl rson's example, and amend their Russia.A .
; hive found him' fid he "bat he
1st M lt-i Four of :
r.-girtUMils ; work and arrest the march ofusurpa- letter received in this ct
1 to
o SIM ofulmey'looked .n postcript a ,
111)vinch. ] .
) Z.Hue-OIll .
of int
|'C .oat he do it at all' asked I. ''I One regiment : The difference between the twoour.ses dated Havre, August llth, !saysWe havo
Aaigua of
c'\V.iv ye-fs, but he demaii'ls fourteen regimunt is obvious. Usurp the power, and} j jlJ st iccoived the news of the death of th&
COut for c tshing your note at thirty d.iys." j tj : same precedent will let in boundless I"Emperor Nicholas !. This nny occasion .
A writer in the Foreign! (!,,' I But
I lo:)ked at-..my watch sin--it wanted mug of the introduction of the I [ rightfully grant the great political changes."

ten minutes of TWO I looked at oblurin" the great charter is respected.) French papers of the 9th of August, contain *
my : nto-England, and the extent to \ f :
and conscientious {:' C'nd. Thore; is no rcttedy' : ipenusod thorn I its principles \.iolatcd"-no prec(.'.powcr'j the ordinances of the King, appointing "
s"ysuThc et for the fancied
rhatijht I justification of the following Ministers of France r- I
: 'when is
a: man bciwuuntxie : ill t+, from stone wits invctiilid .:\ I -I
Prince of State
devil I Polignac, Secretary foj
n the 8ca'Here is ;
)nnote j tween Iho! and I
171)5 1798
years But if co-States aU'
Mr. Sh-irp.' our should decline Furcign Affairs, vice Count Portalis TSI.

You h vo :n t'le so hard a bargain wi h I fut'felderl\V isliing to, the son of an actor in to the Sovereign Authors of the intrnnicnt Cam voisier, of Justice, vice Bordeau, ,

: get some cuIic3uf a ; if they will} insist seizing Count Bourmout of War vice Viscount 1 1Calix.
hi'D" Raid; : h>, "uru: I ou-jht} not to demand) )icco early: hy Lnlric fair, and I! l.t upon ;
they without for the
can get, asking .
for /
any thing rav trouble. 'How
( onerous. hoar tiiM del t I ;aId of -
) expense ov/or to receive it, why should we fall into Admiral Count Do Rtgny of the Navy
thought I.) "Bit: is I must provide for invfamily" t'llrrgyf#" j ,., CIrI: ; his! ,,) ) i \
j! ieir wake
? Cannot
b do whatlew
Virg-inia vice 1\1. f
I. Hyde do Neuville.
-('vo-r fi-nily must be !horse : hicks' ..f 4rahctttunr. T1 its laid .
York has done and 1 Pennsylvania isoing Count of Inieriorvice :
Bourdonnaye ViiCOIIlt
lcedJ ?s' tliough.: I 'a".iiey: I I ti' ,
wmt :
I proviiling.it. n! ) i 10 an. wi.ifli' |Ik! most: ? Are '
this i wo a beggared, and exhausted ill tfll 'I,
tey miwt doUaj-for
W myj verieswisgreaily; nui.mieJ
j 1 to ; I tlc ? Canm rauo..nn 1l"i'1 ljv I Baron: Montbcl, of Ecclestaatitol: 4 l'a'rt' '
C1UlDtame) fur its i ,
subgeAuegt t I *e no creel 2 J,:p:1d -'ebiir irstc'cti i?r # ,





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ftmnt CrinT>rcI
.J 'Ivic,' 4flI?"i H\ I I The advantage; which are the result!' of this glori-' New Orleans to covcr the reputa- H inrej, John* ....
Vise.ountI OOB victory are incalculable ; the hl\'A
Tin. t I.t l(1 rOt taI ; the what i I4 the Mexican valor: they enemy 1m e lo;t forever lion of his Iriend : but that an arrangement 6.$ JtJ\15: .s.. Hays, George or H. 10"* '

})C ( tn, j .>>1.1! ;M ,t'MTs of Stair, and lufciubers of point which they waw occupy and from which tU'v! Cucnllot the gentleman whose! notes had! -- -- Hernandes Chiu lei

1tw Pry ( 'I'UIritI I can get out only by surrendering tiienIvei. '' been altered, had received full satisftction: ; OVY OF PEu SACOL \. JerniganF.
J Ciod and Liberty ; HeadQuarter? at "
( '::1'P .ri-.lis is n.i mrd First PresMcnt ol iTTampiro. .\uz't!'fJ4th, I9.! Pueblo-PHo j and, in prOof of this, had procured him a I Juutn, LIPUU R. W.. a -
4f :?,.. i'--ujt: of Cassation, in the room of],. ANTOMO: LOPEZ DE SANTA ANNA.If I' passport for the Havana. We asked to see AIUU\ :.lJ. Johnson H.

: .5 i -i P j'IISI: iliTp-ised. i j -.C. -. that passport and the letter of iMr. Cucullo ...latter October, 23; 1st.days-Brig from Mary Thomaatou Cole-, Cargo Henry Lime Tale toBchr. Kiik, Thomas
'I'm- Ex-J/mM: resigned with one ac- i any person c"n.ider* himself\ aggrieved bv the in which it was said to have been inclosed, tile l\lat'wr. King, John Jf. .,.

ord. Mi. :.Iarri biidC: would have been rehit" ;.1 following be "tat.rnentofFact ," our columns) will always and were answered that every piece of paper UJ.- Virginia, Morris, Mobile. I Lackey, John P.B
to defence.
*, J u offii P, hut :.i.i rcltisal: was purempMes&agn 1 open any reply or belonging to him was in his trunk onboard m tichr. emprise. ilingey, New Orleans, assorted Living, W. H. : -
{Statement of Facts. 'Mgo far Peusacola and ::,t.Marks. ,
Thl 101) blh.-Hoop::: Huntsman, ;anuth: Madisonville
)I! ) ,-" :'ito 11I1' Uj' u>>,IIIJIl: ; lilt: GaQuotiluiint ': On i! e :29th September last, about 10 I to Cuba. \\ e inquired about his connection to J. Strong. ; Lepscomb Beverly ....

,llcif( .\i rll() \\ III be tile journal o'dfk, A. M. I entered the store of Mr. wilt ;Mr. J. Ouerio, and whether the latter SAILED. ;I Lacey, Lieut. W m. A.'. .

;- cofti"' U"MV ministry.Tli .. "-, where !several gentlemen were i was indeed pursued for absconding with a Sept. 2Vth.- chr, Sun, ltongeau, New Orleans Laub, Edwin
.- .ir hrtwcrn: I Iltissh and Tuikc)', 2s .inblecl, and held a conversation, the nature large sum of public money. Mr. Riviere 14:;U brirks,tnarlcslilJer by J. de la Kua.iOth Lawer, John -
New Orleans.
notwithstanding the rumois of ntg: .,ciatioiis of which will easily he learued by the confessed that 1']r. Guerin had been arrest- Oct. 3rd.-ling Mary Cole: ,Gay i ales, Mobile. LeveringVilii m 2* -
for pr-ace, appears! to bo pusl,'d! with spirit; question asked of me. Mr.\ P. ,von surely ed, in his presence, in Mobile, by four police -- ._:--%-- -- ._-. ., Latimer, \\'. K. 12'iIcDoudidJoh'

fcv tliH Russian Gcneral-in-Cim-i ; :iad to know what we understand by Lynch's law officers, and that he had got oct of their IlrThe: Custom house has been removed to the :

tt'yH him, order* have, been :iiu liom Conpi will yon have tIle goodness to explain it to I hands by bribing them with his watch, worth I building adjoining the i'linting Office, fronting the McDonald, Charles'2icGibbon .

,-.:.;j ople It) the! provinces, catlig\ upon alet'lithfml Mr.: -'-. I took it in jest, and replied I $200 and 15 doubloons which, be, Public S rJltar. <'. Andrew : a
tIlt' who are able to bear arms, to accordingly. Yet added. that I was : Rivierrc, lent him for that purpose ; for the I ---.4 -vUPEjUuR --- &IurgauJeffersou' ..

rep.uI imrwdutrly to the an/J. i averse: to any thing like. mob. security of which said Gdenn had placed in I CuLfttOF 1 I Mitchell, William

I! was cunently! irporled in Cojist.uuino- Then, added a very respectable inhabitant his hands 19 silver spoons md 19 silver i TiltWESTkuWDVS'lHU 't Alorau, James 2* ..

pIp on th(' 11th of July, lha! in case the Rus- of Now Orlo.in>, transiently ;it Ponsicola, forks which, said he, are now u in the house : I| Morris, H. \\ .. .
Y EiuU sbmiltJaiice 1: to A.II i. 1LO)1e, a pan "tell us whether you think that :Mairibtratcs of A1rt Josr.ph Green where he had slept ;; : : Muse, Samuel 0.2

ot. 'ir L'.I4.'fl I} fl 't't won d pass the Darda- arc commissioned for the protection of rogues the night btfore." NOTICE is HER tar direr.fB McCraney, D. S.

1).11.!, I.. |pr..lr.- tn, ,' capital.I This report or whulhcr: they arc instituted for the public If ever there wjs a man whom magistrates hAT the 1 rmol ile United! SUtei' Dittric' :; J/oure, Jeremiah

\ .' :. ',I," 'p. I.n..lt cPl1fid-nce.: good] Your friends arc pleased to speak should commit it was surely M:. Boihet J. and S piior Cturt of \\ct Floiida. nppom. Mitchell, James :

;t .. :,. :')"" :-, July 11, highly of your character-let us see whether Riviere, find that from his voluntary confessions ted to be ni:Id nt the City of Pentacola on the Mills! JamesMcCarty '

: .;sa\ ..\, ,' "' :- v nc-ji, "d at Odessa, you would stop men who have fled from jus- ; so tie! Court hesitated not a momentto 1stIOnLa' o? JVoTembeY l\Jichllei :

jl- I Ih In sen is: uj.ir: hifig; ngainstf tice, or help them in finding a safe refuse in put; him in the custody of one of the next is i7osipnned until ihe FlJiST alagosiir Juan .

{ .M. i th.;t -\.1nir.i (#i < i ig lakes on your city, aln.ldy! renowned for the asylum Constables. Drembor next. MONDAY of &lahlettJames -

festal I 15,000 m"n ai V-tnn to iand between of al! those who ec Ipe from jail: in the Countries From a .gentleman; of high standing: we By order of the Hon H. M. BrackenrWpe, Judge.(I Munncryn Henry ..
Bmirc-i. nd Sif.i.ili! ", L bv WhiCh means ihe I around." heard that Mr. Guoriu had presented himstl: of toe rCouu Of the Western District of; Motion, Colonel

Turks will b<- thl'f> H'aeJ both m Hank anSI I I lephed: that I was not fond of making on his arrival in Ponsacola; in ihe. house ufu florida.'V.' I Mathewson, Hugb ,.,

roar and perlups: be obliged to ictreat to ]I profe- si'ins, that particulars would enlighten person whoso generosity. he hadu claimed, Hascll Hunt, .1 I Meek John .. -

Adiiu'IJi1E.Li.iuars! I me on this sppci.d subject, that I had never saying "I throw myHlt! OH your drecreliont CLERK. Moore, Miss Jano -

frt m Constantinople! to the 13th 1 icfused), and never would refuse! my aid for I hide me or I am lost !" That the person replied Pffusacola! lit Ortokir. 182936ilmd i. Mare sti John
d.ite the Sultan\ tint re.lress of injuries! commitled. house will nor he safe, take that I 1l7"RH.'T I
Jill. t;., itr tint at ihe above : ( "my NOTICE IS Newell, Lient. L. B. #
hvl not : i Ken iiis departure. It was known The same gentleman coutiuel1'ith atone boat, cro... the bay and I will recommend IIEIlEnrGIVE1\1'. 1\ Norris Captain Otho 'iff' b
lni'r' I It I i l HO-liI! 4f II ,' W1S :)il 'ill? ro .id of nvich! interest, that he had just sren you to ;.1 friend. a&; C-urt'hf for Term fh> c of unty h. {J1II.l'd of Jackonn States Superior I Ito Nich6Thomas .
to -irnabat. and ihit: Eski Stamboul was' a public.itiou in the Gnzettrs! of New Or- \\ 0 issued subpoena:*, m consequence! of he h..Irt on the first ;Monday of Dpcp"ler next, I Noel, Ysabelle 2

fc'n,.r ftii.j: ;( l f ijtup Russl JJls. leins= concerning onri \1J'. Biache: a man that information. i: .SIponpd to this thiid :Mond.ty of gnid D'f"trn. i iItr Openhemier Simon ', ,. p
JuXv imivctsally esteemed who was reduced to next. ;
.1\1 '(} inttVom Buciiatesi, of the 14lh Ruben 29
'litRussiuu as marching utter ruin by one Jean Gunrin, an agent employed here must be a chasm. I repeat it, I wish B. order of tl)e Hon H :M Brarkenridgp J lid.,..... I Pottenger,
I rrreni army I of aid tourt. Pearl Henry'Page .
on Anri.IJlllplf| by him to collect the City T-ues.and) to ue no names. ; P. TARDIFF. I Thi-mns J -

: Tin- Pniasi.nl: Slat G.izetu* of f August : who had (fled with fourteen thousand dollarsot { The Silver spoons and forks were brought : P-.acol.. 6'h Or. 1829.! Pickles, George S. :J.

3-1 jititPM that lit1 irsisiaiict* >OVrod 'o the I said: money, yet in his hands. lie said to court rtfu-r many hearings and several de- Pannell, DavidPendarvis --

!I Rtissi.ips cross.' On- Bilk'tn, in till: actions> that said J. Gueriu had just arrived in Pen- positions by divers individuals, in presence Dcbati's Cfthc Convention. > Gnspcr -

r.ftlw 17-h, 18:., ::':::1 19.ii Jaly, cost the jsacolrf with one Doctor Hi" ere, also flying of a great many hewrers. '1'H 1: Suhio'i!,ers have engaged the services of'' Porter, Dred .
TUOh' 10 CIIII'I\J\ 14: s.an.ianU l nearly 400 I from .New Oileans, alter having committed At ten o'clock at night, .1/r. Guerin vas :Mr. :rftansbury:; ofV.ij liington,to report for the Pitcher Stephen : .
anti a >.lt ifinitiri t killc.d.Tli" ( : forgery to the amount of :1800. brought to town, and on the 30th at 10..1. M. I Enquirer the intere itins Uelmtesnf the approaching Samuel
pri :IHTS grt Patterson
Convention.: The merits of Mr. S. a*a Stenographer ,
I : Rsisiaii al ins wis 11 have continued Observations succeeded one another, upi i appeared; ; before time court. 'are known and acknowledged throngh the Union ; be- Palmasis & Story
their m\.-mpnt' on the 2 1t July.A on the duties of Magistrates to retrieve the I Cxront\ in some immaterial details Mr.Guerin ing the reporter of the Debate'! oi'Cocgre-Js. for Messrs. Russell, John A.*
jepoit pievailed 9t Tuii-J i tint he R'sLIJfl \ duirader of the cit.} from being the rtfugiuitt confirmed all the circumstances related Gales & Seaton of the Xat. Int. We thought,: Randall Thomas0R'nny .
G veil Du-bitsch had i'cd the Bal YttMtoruT by Mr. Rivier'1. He went on aud said, I such I Deliberative Body. as the Convention of\ ir- ,
e pa \ \Wiilwin
ksn<: at three dill*'lent points, \v 'nil 76 batta- I MIJ; ,I, genilcmen, Lriiig me the publications 1 that at the request! of -Wi-. Uhchn of*New I ginia obtain, wax almostanvexpence.entitled to the best Stenographer we could Reaney, John .* ,

iions between Sboutnla; and V utu. Thehut I you have mentioned : to }prevent, the Orleans, to whom a rich young Gentleman Having announced our intention in June last, to Ross Andrew : .
resistance by iho Turks was g4iIu, of'' escape of the individuals whom you have; named of [J aVllla had bsen recommended, he, MuGuerin. print al-o-onie Extra copies of the Reports to he Roberts, William, .

flbor continuance. Tiic Russian; had captured I will isvie warrants to m.ikc: iiMin. nppenr undertook to set up a Coffee (House, hound up in z volume for the full consideration of the WIlliam; -
from them 14 cannon. GtMier l De- either at the Court Ho'nu, or at my Office ibr the acconnt of that young gentleman, people; 'so I link it nceQsary.with the view of ascertaining Rooney
how copies we venture to strike to Rhodes R.
Ijitsrk: and left 16 battalion to obseivi- before the five Magistrates of tin* city, who was to receive $20,000 fiom his t father I circulate a Prospectus many !, in order that gentlemen who Ruby, Joseph S.
CllIJl1ml, and had advanced ulung the D.il- wlmtn I will call together for the purpose. That tho undertaking w tS made! with hi* I desire n copy. may enter their name The copies of Charles
Every approved, or seemedto (M r. G'.ieriii) notes endorsed by Mr. Biache, he Prospectus will be returned to ns by the 1st of October ; Sperry
km, .vith; the oilier 60 batttulions to the river person present Spencer. William C.- "
a will the hands either Friend
and be found in --
and each went apparently that; 'hmo I notes having come-to matuiity, and
J' .llll srhlk, where ho took a position.: approve my plan or Post Masters in every county ot'tho State. The Sewalla Peter-
nfl .f-, .-.Htjj ll) the Aviso Toulon, 80 ves- to work for the success of it. no funds! provided: by (he yo'ing man: it had work will be neatly. printed: and will b sold) as low aa Smith, Jt.sse' ;
A- sf'l.. ,i miFieiicn Navy are about to be dis- A short distance from the store: ni* ntion- become necessary: to pay t hem lI1i.'ith the it i ipo'sib'.e! to alford it. If any subscriber should object -, Swift Riche R. 8* -.
n1allll.. '" ed, I met three oilier gentlemen ta'kiug on f'iu'1 in hands, whatever hid: Iteeii their origin. to it*price we sbull not ini .
". -
It will be printed in a large octavo. after the form of Scott, LIl'ut.1..
TIt Dutcliess! of Cumberland, accompanied the same subject ; they propounded pretty I That :J'IR' debt therefore grew; out cia :Mr.te! Weekly Kecister: 1 Spt-xr, Cnptam Richafll:

by a r.umcioas suitc, had ai rived yt much the same questions, in fewer words.I speculation between Mr. Hl.icho and himself IT1: A copy of this Adverti.-ement will be entto every -! Scott, Doctor S.
.Dr i caii, nn iirrwiy (0 l Brlbs.;. co'iiniumcated to thom what I h-id proposed without any reference to the taxes of tlu Editor in Virginia; ,and several out of it: who will Smith J'.liii

Re ii A-liniiril Chrisiydula Palliure. died Jo do, and t1ty declaieil their assent.Before city of New Orleans : tint previously to IMS. be kind enough to re-pnhli-h, it ; for which favor we R. L.'
will either their bills at sight or offer them an Tilgbman,
.) I',\\" ijus_ .Igo at Toulon. entering my office, ( stepped into leaving New Orlcfin* he had i lived tiirct nmiivil.ant; pay in a tt\n\rnfa. W'nrlf. ivKir..... alirmlrl.. _pnt.Y'. into___ 1 ......1..... T..I.\ ,*
ii&ifti. 'iiy v- wwiij fc* '' '**n. ** *- u .
ll. Tn i wo KiKsi i-iH sloops of war that re- the Heading Romand inquired if the publications days within the house of Mr. Blac.be: ami! ct4uh.ttIn.thclibrary of every uelitician. RITCHIE & COOK. I IIIiVJ.PLJIuIPJLThornton, AI. [Pursers

Cl'utl ,urivj-fl: at Havre from a voyage round l \ above 'nentioued bad} been nO(iced. had made; a transfer to himof all his proper inquirer UJp.cc.LIST Thobes hurled.
; anti The gentlemen answered affirmatively 'I'hj-U he was certain the publication had --. .
th t oM, whicI ciccnpied three yeirs a present ty. Turner, Diinfel
h1 t", sailed jVum ilut purl on the 21 uh. fur and searched for them, but: they had been made without the participation, or CVCM OF LETTERS Turner, \\ imam C.*

i Si., Ppersbur:!. 'Fh* ve'Lfired l ;) salute of! been taken fr*' m tin file, as supposed by the consent, of Mr Biache, whom he respected ; : ii" the Po*; Office, Thomas,'Lieut. J. L.
the gentlemen! from New Orleans first men and chtrishfd as hisjatker but that it had Kf.MAlMN'G
nine nuns, which was answered by battery : the 30th September, Toiilmin, Henry 4*
f 'ff f If r.VVF.Eziract I tion. il. been made bv Mr. Le Carpeuttcr, oue of the 1829, iiitim if not taken out before Januar Trnxoll'iJlldm41, ..

of a letter dalcd Havre, _lug. \ 1 "What (II) you mean to do," sid: a gen securities of Mi. Biache, and that it was the ixi, 1830. will be sent to tfce! General Tigl, U'tiliam

_*' \ cluul'l.} l 'te Tcvtiliition! has taken place ira domain, .learned in the law.: I repeated request of said ?1.Lt' Cirpentie r,that he had! post Office as dead letter Toccar, BeniitiUtlp

the' :}.:JISlrv, wJn-'h: will Cause: the Jesuit's win; ; 1 intended to du. "That's right," said been arrested iu Mobile lie said that he was Adams John, 3* B. B. .

rei IL1t to rCV-I\'I'. Gieat consternation exists he, "go on, drivv tiC: rogues froia this:: place, I going to the Havana: with the consent of Mr.Biache Acosta John) 2* Voorhi.e} >, R.* ,

among the liti! (\: ;il>." I'll support you.'' -. to collect money due them, namely, i Allen H'-iin i W fiie, JoimWashington 4

Th": Au::sburo! Gazette on the! authority: Hal dly had I reached my office, when by the father of the your.g gentleman ; and Anderson J.'J.,4' < S S.*

of letters f urn AacotM t confirms the rumor ciiizrus began to crowd in, claiming the execution $that he was provided with recommendations I Arers William Whitehiil, Johr.: F."
of promise-a Wtrr.DtVa issued !' from of the most inhabitants
of tlie Greek stoun-boti Perseverence having my some respectable Allen Captain Waiers Nn.hor B.* T.
t been slink bv an English ship in the i for the apprehension of Mr Jean (jueriu of New Orleans for the priucip authorities, Adams BenjaminAnderson Writ'l.t, James b-

Gull' of Eu1i.} I and the hurry became so great, that I even the Captain General of Cuba, and I \V T. [N.ivy HospitaQ Wilkinson, A.: 2* ..
The D.m'i:1: brig of war: St. Thomas of 1 had: to deputize a gentleman present for the I concluded hence that itVa" evident he had \lconc.hel Antonio Webb, Lieut. '[ nomas T. 0; a

16 guns, miv'(] in Plymouth sound on the execution of the writ-this was scarcely out not absconded from New Orloans. I Ashcroft James icksonVllum*

7th Aug. in 25 ljys Iroui the Island of St. 1 of my hands before one of the three gentlemen The Court was advised to dVharge Mi. Brown Wm. H.* \Willis.\ Byrd 2

Thomas, on her way t<) Copenhagen havingon : : mentioned in thn second instance, entered Guerin, and he was accordingly discharged.Reflections Brooke G. R, A.* Wilkinson Djiifel A.
_ _
board the, Governor General of tha Danish at the head of Severn! others, ,and! exclaimed might crowd here of great import Baird Colin 2- WhiteJuseph M.

West India I-il.'iiuU l "give us a search warrant ; the man } pei haps: none are made, u* it is not intended Boughan Jam* G. 2Bearry Witliaim John L. .
sought for hiS just entered the house of- : t>> throw the gannilet to any individual. ..
OFFICE OF THE P.m. \ I uiih a bug 01 money under his com." !,! Yesterday a court,! know no')iow to call it, Barrinotou Philip Dnct. S. 3*- Walton, Mrs. Sarah (Navy Tard-)'
Kexv-Orleau-i, Sept. 1!J, iC'29. \ the warrant was issued, and, as it is generally: :: composed a single Associate Judge of the John 4Bahtonqiit" John
Wood Freeman
FROM MEXICO. I the cse-in: circumstances of that description 1 i county Court i issued a writ of habeas corpus N. D. .

ID": By the Brig William, which arrived this morn- i brought out nothing. The fact is that.i| and liberated Mr. Rcviere., John John FitzGerald, P. Mm
fron Vera where she left the 3rd met.tve Barrow
bg on I' October 1st, 1829363t.
a suspicious m,in, not however the one then As the Magistrates who committed him: claim J. .
have received the following interesting uows : Barrett Wm.
for !rul entered the house but conscientious of du Letters marked thus [*J are for the NaV1rI
:5'T OF WAR. ; sought pointed : nothing a discharge ID.2c .
:...... A rirfct. .
Ou ihe I9ti! iu*:. I arrived at my be'id quarters in ou, and! there made a deposit, but not of' tv.thcy do not deny tlie same motive to the .P.Cannt'll Charles A. 2 "I- 4L1141j. -
t this village vvnere 1 iieard thai Lue enemy wan marching ., money, at least so far as it Ins been learned Magistrate who discharged the prisoner.But Win. C. S. A rB.UiB SV'I'rJiYOF
.\It ami with f.irce Xotwith- Chaplin
again-1; ra new I.
think tint if their have
f @mt1i:1_ i f-ca/city: of my troojis] 1 rt'iolved; to go .. since. they proceedings( Clark Lieut. N. N. 2- Fashionable SUMMER CLOTHING j';.
and *n:-jiri-e their nead 'iuarters at Tampico de Ta In a few minutes another warrant was not been st rickl)' regular, the authority that Caro Ambrose arrived and for sale hj the Undersign!
jlij.ai.! where they had held a gairi *m nt'). men claimed and j issued, for the apprehension of sat the! prisoner at large was, at least as in- Caro Pueblo CONSISTING OF
ptrong. I'UIIIIU the night of the tJth pa\ing no at- Mr. Bouchet Riviere the Doctor competent as they may have been to arrest '
published Jesss Brown
! one Captain ; Black. and Greco Borcoaxern
Mention t.')) :!,o ;pinifi armed boats laying in there: 1 ) ,
cro- ,ed tHe river with 4"yt' men of the line and a few .is guilty of forgery, and he was im- a fugitive from justice. CottrnlK Jeremiah Coatees and Frock Coats, ..
rtrict's (militia,) \\hoatthc distaaoe!i of a gun ,..!lot me.li itely brought before me. i I Feelings it is said: am still warm ; I trust Chattel!, iir.Campbell Angolit, Circassian, und French Linen dc. with A.
redaffW guns thus prcvcuted the heat calculated I saw with pain that the course I had intended thai cool eflection will ultimately decide correctly Edward trait",) of .
Bumn e. TO follow had! been departed from inspire on the subject ; And that the question itANTAZiOO1\TS
Crnzat J. Y. & VJ2S7Sf
left but
But at that moment no other means were to '
jnarch forward,and at two iu the morning we entered of myself, and tnough I retained the :. will sooner or later be settled, hether fugitives Christin, Madame suitable for Ihe season.

the city amidst a hard firing directed against; ns. desire of acting concurrently with the four from justice can be arrested in Peiisai Copra, Bernardo While and Brown French linen, drilliof, a&.
*l'he enemy successively deluged from all the po- other magistrates, Mr. J. E. CARO was the'i cola for the purpose of a legal[ Irial. Dodd Doof R. J. 2* 'on, Grass, Bumbareen and l'anc13ACKETS.
'*ition''*they occupied l, and were obliged to take refuge i N. S. Parmantier '
I could! to hold court with
only one procure iI Delorv C. I .
in two fortified points protected by an armed boat I _
lying in the river. The firing:: lasted until two in the me. Justice of the Peace.October IT.ummOlutVm.. Fine plain, and frilled linen shirts ; Black? It4f.
&fteruoon; at which hour tie enemy hoisU-d a white It is not intended to give here a minute I 3rd, 1829. Davesac: Cnpt. Gaston inn cra\ats and stocks ;' silk pocket handkerchiefs..
Hag and manifested a dire to capitulate and lay udetail of the several examinations that took I\ To the above statement let me be allowed to add, Iomirnus E. f I silk and cotton Hasiery ; black: horse skin. Beaver
a gown their arm it would be tedious and useless that previous to this circumstance, 1 knew neither Mr. and ttiivu glaves ; silk, col loo and worsted siij.
:Iplace- Charles ;
We were about to conclude the capitulation when Gnerin nor Doctor Riviere, that I could have no possible Ellerv, : penders ; black while and seal huts, of fin...quali-
Gen. Barradaappeared with the whole of the Spun- and far from me the wish to add to the excitement motive partiality or allurement in acting one I Eastin, Mrs. L. G. t I:ties, itad latest fashion, with a general supply 4f
>h army, and notwithstanding the superiority of tijrce. which has been produced, I will, way or the other in the predicament they happened Forsylh, James N. 4* BOOTS
( =,.he underhand manifested the desire that I. therefor avoid giving the n-uncs of our to be, and that all the proceedings were conducted Fisher, Alfred, S; P.. gn. .
'. should retreat to my head quarters, from whence we fcl1ow-citizens.-Unt should self-defence with utmost publicity. Far from wishing those two i ,i .1k 'AND
gboold be able to commence negotiations.My : persons any harm, it would plcaae me to hear that F-irrell, Iolwlrs. ....
situation at that tiinwwaj critical, and I got out., reviuire it, further developement will be far- they may justify, even in a moral point of view, Fd$, 'apt. Heur, i SHOES 4'c.. ,
cf it gloriously coneeding a favor what neceitj I nished.j i the hazardous step to which they have condemned Fisher, J. A. J. O.N eill.- -
Sniperiou'ly' obliged me to do. &. taking ad\antage ol: Mr. Riviero being interrogated the ;themselves. j Ferrin Daniel -
j upon I I Pef1BaCola 12th 1829. 14tf.
.dial conjuncture,I came out of tlw city du.!!".* beating: him I t. But I am informed that an agent of Mr..Biache hoa i II May -
.aad colors flying;passing through! the Si>ajiir>ru3.If publications against answered that he | just arrived in Pensarola,with letters from the (Gover-i I Far(U, D'vidGardner -- I
tlie (ieo. Lauarzanad harras.ted! tlic enemy sing their retrograding march, the 2M of Auguffnighi ; defence, Kt the lime of ihe discovery made ma, and from the Mayor of New Orleans to the Mayor !I Gp opara, :id.uue P ijGniues '
1 .. have beu the last day existence of the pre, in-New Oi leans! except by ...ndangerillgt a ofthecityofMobile.'and: to the lion. John Jerrison, Benito f THIS OFFICE _
of the 8paui But it ha Peusacola for tile of ""* .'
ieu' (>d!Vnagnard army. no t : Mayor purpose arresting Mr. -
) '43JtMn -'> rnd I (could only do what I did. father; of five cluldren, a man fur whom hoI J. Guerin and of 0r. B. Rivie.re. j&J< Grant, Thomos- i\ AN, intelligtit. i and 1 activf B(>yH5 an. I3ze ':

4 V:ti- bit .gL'\U\ )OQ t wai 1 ;!:;ilt.r..l\\.O aW l felt greut affection and wa? 'under gteat wTdaK weoing/October 5.18'C Hakel, JoJui tIC:'. to fOio Printing luuuu': ,'... .


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I L -L-- 11 ,1 I'. -. I ly tUOllt %-a:4 imrof Jiatoly'. : .. onlurcd to follow bim. TO THE PRINTERS l i FOR tr E..I 3. ALBRIGHT'S Z.

1 OETR1. With unerring instinct the faithful creature 01- THE t'MTLD: STATES. M TRACT f.rtnd, U 'tu-Efiit sitU of,the COLUMBIAN JSYRUP.ItEMLDY .
ramhi I Iliv. i.c.onta.ins
guitled them to the scene we hove just described .. latnh-pii'-es f nil the maien.iU used in ",III, h has piovtu itself superior tiA

V-- .:=ao : ; ever und anon returning from a'i i 0.mikinPrinting T.lf'. ; ,, have been greatly' .. SOO "tARFENS. A Miami's er any of the P.inact.is fur the card

rapid! race to reproach their unavoidable reduced, and lIP 1-ciliiy of i.ufcu..mg :11. .t the following\ diseuJti, viz :

1J dchv. The J.vinlVa" found resting on the i ibosJm 1 inci-awl The Subscribe! therefore ha*. been NECROSIS, (or affection of the bones) KING'S
: Hit : :
ifidured reduction in .
committed to i to make a J EVIL SCROFULA, WKITJU S\VJLLI.IS
flf the dead-one was of have been till (or ) | .
thefit si April,
1 the earth, and the other, under the care of i 'prices, ,,which annexed from list. i. iruct has been confirmed by the t..r mikaioiirrs -I CANCEROUS, und um-teiatc ULCERS ; ti
slated in the
and is supposed to IK the most vntiiul>le i
I the surgeon, borne carefully to the fort. Thechatacter! of the Type made at this Foundy that tract on the River. Four or Five hundred acresof I LIVER land BILIOUS COMPLAINTS ;

Eight: weeks after this, during which time is well known to the Trades who of metal are IIslutt'd, finish! and I it, are rich cane land with a line ridge, over I I"llidl RHEUMATIC; affections for head & bYSTEf

the Criplure;; of Hurgoync had! taken: place, ,? regard to deviation the quality has been 111. dt:. a larpa creek descends into the River. This I t generally ; .
returned from durability, no Creek furnishes the finest site for H Saw Mjll, perhaps ULCERS of the MOUTH and THROAT.
From lntootl'$ ..Y{ Il gr!:i"'c. Gcnf'l'.ll, then Col. Dearborn, lIe has en hand a complete assortment, and can
where he notice he will be in West Florida, .with water nflicitM to drive SYPHILIS, and all other diseases in
Art thou the Maid the scenes of Saratoga to Albany, snpply any quantity on a short ; and Cot- arising t&Xf
which three saw, a Grist Mill Shingle-cntiei of MERCUftY.A .
ciders of his cn tomer. improper use
hetrclthc story, just IS we have related it, happy to receive the in the are large forests of valuable -
/fit thou the maid,from whose blue eye, i The will have imoiedm'e attention. Meichants who ton gm. Vicinity Yurd and a general depuratiye article, or cleanser of the
from the lips i of Captain Gregg dog timber with navigation te the Navy
!Mine drank nuch deep delight 1 i have orders from It.tHoad, can have offices complete blood, this i remedy possesses invaluable powers ; ftimpioTcs
in the meanwhile! s:.t gravely at his side, I with Wd' every thing necessary" for a FortificationsIt the appetite, nnd has also the remarkable-
presses the (
tat;thine that voice of melody : i it4 believed that this property furnishes!
looking wilfully( in his face, as if conscjgiis Printing Establishment, set in the most perfect eligible Silllft.iolfor a man of euterprize in effect of deputing the skin of that yellow bilion)
Which charm'd the bilent night that he was the hero of the tale.rrlV] ," manner. the Southern Country. tint, which ift to couimuu in bilious constitutions

"I cannot Publisners are requited to give this advertisement nod terms, to J. ALBRIGHTJhiladel.Mf.l.
said Qol. Dearborn, suppose you For further particular apply
I fain would think thou art not th'o a place in their puperg a few times io receive .
"No Ilasell Hunt.Penearola.
be induced with him. replied W. .
to part 2 dollars tit Type, or in the settle-
payment, The proprietor iu his
mine offering Cur.V\IBI"
Who hung arm, :
upon the officer, "not till I part with my inrnt of their accounts. 23th July. t 9-2 -4GOSIIEN SYRUP" to the public furnishes a few of el', .. ntostremarkrfiile

TVhen love was yet a mysteryA life : he shall never want fora friend, till my Richard Ronaldson.PRICES. ... r cures, perto mod by the same in testimony -

sweet reBietloM charm, I bon s arc in the dust." The dog wagged .-At >ix month I redit, for aj-provrd 1 BUTTER &c. of its atipenor remedial power tIo! give: ultra

his tail, put his paw upon} his master's: foot paper, or at a d1Si'Our.: of 5 perent for 11 nth, I. by pcctable persons residing in difi" ,'-n' p..rt..
the fp\'Il B>:s' Gufthf n Butter.r of the United Stales, as a inn it'>. ..
It teemed to me as though $ 32 just thsr i
nd nestled} close to his side. Pearl, per Ib. $1 40 Fngish, in half Bids.PONCHONG well ,
as as the
being means com-
:.6 > to
On both alikfwwere ca't ; Nonpareil, i 0 IX Great Primer, : -g
their fellow creature who are similarly ;>iUi<
I prayed hut in thy sight to dwell, I :.Minion.Brevier<< 0 70o ) I Double Pica. 0q J TEA, and t..tt.
---E- mire sperdy effectual ,
: remcaj aware that
NOTICE nfi Dn. (iroat Primer 0 WLari" *'ra liberties.
For thee to breathe last.! midicines lhi) IrnC .
my many are at : distributed i.o )t
0 all :letter, plainidle Best Cincinnati Hums GllilllJ-
from Pcnmr""1a. Mr. IY- Burjreois,
r: my ahsinro and : the country held forth Io CUI' rti.ei>t0
DUR1 Scabbards upon
Primer, 0 4 ,) '
TAnDIFF is and Attorney in way .
Agent which
have the
my tney not slightest fifluei
0 :3)l'ira et, !sr>ms
fljine inmost ecrrt soul was thil Small Pica, 0 :*c- (iuotutions,
fA I I earn nx. new Crop, of which they had tried previous to the use uf tm.
Thou wert enthronod therein.sculptured 'I.All persons indebted t* mr are f'arn"tltl"Oli'i- .. 0 3f) | 110111 Bhls. No. Mackerel, syrup HS may be seen hy rheir own Atirstatcnj.
shrink tNlro I settle without and! all just denaud--l The prire" of other cle?rrJption of Type are Jml'or1j"ahJy Half '. best Cincinnati Family Beef,
tike} saint in holy :; delay ; The medicine is so highly reputed by soro .( Ih&
against me 'will bepaMun! fI'rsrd'R'i-.' rodurrd.ld Underwood'! bent assorted Pickles and Sauces. for the of various
physicians cure diseases .
All free from guile and sin. <<<) Type received i in payment nt 9 cents per lb. ;t; t-e
AV. Ilasell Hunt Pine Apple Cheese the proprietor's own knowledge, ten gentlemen tY'
For Sale by the Subscriber, nt hid Store, Main the medical faculty were induced !toiy it m dig.
boo, Heaven: forcive I did adors P'nl8cota, 28th 1'1)fHL9 3; ; a' N orfc"K7SS Street in front of the Public SquareJ. eases, to which they themselves ti d:l>e.n subject
With more than pi1 rim'8 zeal! HKREBV /pjvri.' thai -i rnr expiration of Fix Pescay. and found great benefit from its nsPour particularly

And then thy emile-but oh! no mot' Notice is hereby Given, .--ks n.im this\ date I shish f-Pp'' to ll>.- Hon. ', Pensacola Nov. 21st, 1828.NOTICE.. ,residing io Allentown: N. J whose dissolution
: r-i.i.tv C nit of Kscanihui: fur le''ns f Ainini! was threatened by ft severe attack of liver cordr
No more may I revea.l.Enon'hwe'.e I 1.10, all whom it may concern that lam eloierniined, : ...:i'11. upon th, estate ..f Times Park'r d"-ien6d.Jnmoa plaint, which had previously remitted hit owi. treat

<.! not pay any debts my wife itachcl; (jaylertfoutract. UUI) Finloy.B merit, was in the course of a few weeks stored
I I II ON Satmaay Use twenty eighth day the nf
pal1.od-bdth mu-t o\TO, I Io enjoyment perfect health,
I 1st. 1S2932,; -.(. ,
in. ol November nett-will bo sold at
John GavlorFfcamhia The
Tho accursed power of gold .. !- I accounts whirh have been received from
West Point Appalaclu'cnla Buy one
f wandered thrfhigh the world atone! ("'/t1ntv. Florida, ) Cham en, 2uA!t2ll (, 181; !;. J t! agents in different parts of the Ur.ion, speaking of
September 15th, 1+WIK3 i-t f. S STORE HOUSE, I I Iknowu I the good effects produced by the syrup, are safficient -
Thou hast been bought and sold oiDntrj:; : in-u '.' I--.t. ex ; |I to compile at tilts time
.... an octavo voume! ofj
the of iSathHitiei Holmes late
Jack- oj'
I 1'iiuri l l-eld in au:l !l.o ht- ( oiiniy III l u pioperty
.- -_ --- Di.PAKTMLN'T; : : "J-' CIAIE, J snit penor in the 11..t. in Distill, ot Fi"iida ":, the 3igt Early County unit Mule Georgia.. deceased. i j J i upwards he of two hundred pages to enumerate all

From the }faN ncmett9! Journal. I|, \\'ashl1lgcon. i>5-- .\H-H.I, 1829 SProuiict. tlldudsv f D--inl"-r lIt"xt. an-' -f whicn due uo- N. M'L'rvder i't cures
Capt. Gregg and his Dog.-When very !i i r5fl He rs of nil! KLISIifii is now erosion lice will he 1'f'lI. The doses of the Columbian Syrup," are judiciously -

young, I took much delight in reading an i'I JI.h v thia Department ale rrqm-itptl to tisron JanicR; Webb.Judge Administrator. :' proportianr-i], and adapted: to the ngr ar4
O. Juts SOih.I 1S29-29, !: of the human
time &f'ntlin2" thf Il anecdote, in the American Preceptor, of a ; bcr next-asd: to reu.lf'r mnr accounts to thnt of thf .nitlitrn District; of l-lorida, Acting innocent, that no evil erects need be apprehended

dfl! ., which saved 1 his mister's life ; and one ,; riAlf'. And notice is hereby piven lint no paper tn tAe absence of tile Judge of the lh tr.rnJistrici.. Pensacola Gazette Reading Room. !! from it, when taken agreeably to the directions,

cf he earliest efforts of my memory was toCopcar .' will \\f. paid for after that tiuv-. except such as m" A lru- Copy from 11.! (' K. Cf"f, ofthe P Gizt-tte has !I It may be given without any apprehension to thb
rr! HE Pi'ipiieiui -iisaci> a
: the (concluding: linos- be !specially I sub-crihc tll)>>'i MEDICAL RLCOWMKKDATORY NoriCi
Ofy dog tho trustiest of bis kind, ice'M: COVENTIIY H. WA11DKI.L A f'nt. r'.7. .. IAdministrator's I :READING BOOM. Having iccemrnrnded the use .f J. Allrighl'3

With gratilad inflame my mind ; The publishei-'he Law of lul?1I1 Session of I CoLUSIBIAX Srnup" in my own piivhte |.<.'ctice

I mark! IDS true and faithful way, Congress. are requested o publish! the above notice Notice. I where Papers fi um every part of the Urited Statesare for nearly) two years. and having uirnecxfii! iig do

And in service Tray." threo tim"s, and forward their Accounts for settle ISAAC lrr 1\tAN *M-nr "as applied to pie for rccnla.lv' received, and filed immediately after :!: cidcd efficacy in many cases which hd i-'rvic-uslv
my copy ment. Aug 27-3t.I of Ad.'iip.rsfiHtion! m the estate of the armal of the Mail. rcsisted- usual remedies I n.w girt such pleasure

In after life I heard it told, with many'cdditions : .. Geoige K,-tlh dereast-il. These air to notify; those give my testimony in its f.. our, and tviM q'V.tf

and into esting particulars, hy the J Vd,1.' I kWVJjfjej concerned that after six weeks I st alcr! nt letters. TERMS.Eight a few of the most n maiknl'Ifcure* .eifriraed by .
Dollars .n..um. payaMe in advance. the same which came under nOlI
late General Dearborn-: m-tn whoso life I Thos.: M. Bush, pe my P.
accommodation of those Gentlemen Mr. John Hinckle's son, c( \hil i
fiir the : fnn township! ,
Would! form half the history of his county At P. J. U. C. VK C. the bo uncertain n
wluihC stflj in City may subscriptions Monrgomery,: county, Pf u'critiin oftht moutb!
and: whose memory W.iS an inexhaustible 1Iolml'II' '(r t1"1 August t4lh, lS2y-21>--6t.COFF1 will be received monthly' at one Dollar per |and tiuoat and violent inflimm-ti of the ev'ea

fund) of unecdote. ----q"ti monili. the disease had destroyed the soft part ,,(the
Subscribers to hav the privilege of intrirfacingi : throat, and roof of the mouth that it laid bard
'I suit he ,
wo,1': : up rsonal1y acgtLulltttdvih ; \SCLT 1ITNT still on hand asmallnorhnen ,
gratis.pT5uhscriptions the bones and mad its into the
; i nn.MrMary .
genteel !strangers way
C Grenil ., the valei. 't .
; pt. It ca :elfin 'f : .fiValuableBooks
received the Peterson ofronfirmej
( are now at Reading Wilmington, D -l I
,' !la (to which Its:; owed his life. Soon Room. Scrofula, under which slip laboured nearly three!

a1'- rite British md Indims, under Gen. 'j W.IIiSEI1Y, years. She had extensivescrofulous nlce.rationsv

S !L 'jjeraised the : of Fort i l I II on the left side of the neck: down to h.r. I I.HI..5 ; the
; siege : gulf sell PO:tTER !! CLOTHING.HAT&
"It' m. d. o. : .j; now atUs EALI' I 1 breast Very much' enlarged ; her left arm swollen
defended Gen. G tinsvoort
for 'vely hy :t'RIOU: .dI.r::: & SIIOElI. and useless; and her head on thr affecrrd side ro
C ijicd Gregrg{ of. the New York line, obtait-i *' CIIIZI"I1 of r..nCllu.1a and its Vicinity arc I BOO'1'SAND dining on the shoulder and V OCI.' path in her
i tcs "eclfnlly iKpiested to call and cxiunine them 1! CIDcn.i : .
,>I' mission :t> )han, recomputed by n ; system. General Thomas Snyder, tit Fhrumntit-)
br whos officer.They without Uay.ALSO O"NE ftff' ctioll of the head, followed hy an obstruction of
St. Domingo and Havana
i : ,
the noat dIll severe pain in the rxtcutNing
successful in the < ASjusi ieri iId a fashionable-: of ; upper jell ,
were expedition OX HAND, small! ami well-se9Cced( ansoitmi Winter avd! Spring from the nose over tlc ano .tve returning with .t lo-vl} of fresh proTisi nt of : Cofioo, .1 exhibiting high sate of "mmft'ion..l\It.; Va

m: (which the for had :i lone!j lime )11 icorn I j rl'Y BARRELS I @ 1 Jijli Cr"i( J tt-ntine Uoraef of ulceration of the left rosier!, obstrnctinn -

des .; 't' ; when they were suddenly! fircJhy STATIONARY of the same ; loss of smell difficulty ofbreithiag
jJr T5iich he offers for sale\ low fur 1 ash
and of the Mr.MuFick' .
an .mbitsli of Indims. Both! theofrk's severe pain system:- J:
flpoft} which will) he Jlspof'llufou! ). ie::>oialilj trims aY \ WHISKEY, AMONG WHICH ARE; wife, len and daughter: 1IrlMusick o(' .
: : fell, and the Indians coming up if applied fir soon I Chronic Rheumatism with which she bail been}

Jock i? 1 them dOn with a torn :h'i\vi! and IVns.itula, 14Ui S-pfrolHT, 1820.-03 I'r' One himdrcd and Fifty CoxesPORTER Black clothCOATS, blue blown and olive dress and frock; supcrfiue afflicted upwards"sixteen years ; her son oT ca4! ..'

scalped! ihem, ')s their nruiner: is:' when they i :. head, and daughter of scorbutic affection of the
ALE, & CIDER.FOR & I'AIlTAJ.OOI"'S.BItIlG gum and discharge from the left ear.-Stephen
have im., from the forehead to the hack of NOTICE. .
SALE /; rVanbann Snare's son of carious affection of the shin nearlythe
curd, c..s-Mneti.ri'ii; >g, and circassiaa do ;
the neck, leaving! only a couple of small S }lilt: Underotjocd:: IHS leceived instructions to 1 up whole of the shin Lon was destroyed, together

Jpcks} of hiir by the side of the ears. i >UL prevent or punish! the culling ol valuable and'Tilson, VESTS with many of the smaller bones J" the foot.-Mr.
the Public Lan U. These iustiuc- Pensacola, iV vem! fimhi '
C :fam Grege; wore :a club, by rao'ins of : upon < plain !lack and figured siik VI Ut. vnlentin, toili- complain: and tions extend not only to Live Oak and Cedar, but \ he had upwatns of nineyrnrs.-Mis! Myer,
Tfhichhoy! : took o8''lle aftor h.ivinc : silk blue and black cloth.
sc ilp and
: t i" "'! iml,er of every dt-sciiptiontakea from the Public DnA '2'I net, fancy plain of ulcerated rc mcuth ami) throat, and $..., ila'ugh*.
passed} the knife entirely round tho lioad.! Land fur the purpose of Shipping f ir the use 1 With a variety ofIlOUND ter of scrofula.I Besides the: di<"f\?e5 above enumerated -

In describing] ; tIle opuM'.ion. ho said it nl Saw MilU kc." It isto be uiidcrstwcd however \\.il\ S & C. 1IIiII JACKETS, I prescribed thSyrup with great success!
that! the liK'.ruciioaK d not ) to timberu, for in mercurial nnd .
felt apply
is, if moiicn l luul: were poured upon Fine frilled and 'plain Irish linen cases secondxry i) -hilis.
him. Vet he h ul the hardihood to be 1 fuel or for plantation! pnrpots.i UPEH10R: L'Mnlon Hock Brandy, In giving this testimony of the mulls of the
,per-[ i Benj. D. Wriglit ". 5f CCI! anltc nitro SHIRTS : CQhuuhi n Syrup" I have diverted nivl nguago
fee ly still his bro-ith lest ,
suppressing even! do.Is of technical the! to"be
Cognac duck, cluck cotton and flannel do. entirely ternm! better under
hi .:'neinics should discover that life wt; iu |; If. S. Attonlry.i Old Madeira Wines, derstood by those, to 'IIf'T1 it is intended to convey

him ; .md :he Indi.-.n' very natunlly: supposinr i Prnsaeola, Tih Nov 1628- 36--tf.m '' Old Sherry do. DRAWERS.Black its effects. The length of time the di-r?'ss have

; their cruel work had been pitiil), de- Old Iris' WillS! -)'. olh Proof, Italian silk CRAVATS, been dissipated, convincrg! me. that the cure art

p 'e. DtARSBAL'S: SALE. FOR SALE JiYVanbaun plain and fancy do. permanent and it may with propriety be said that

Silk Handkerchiefs, Gloves. Hosiery, striped Sos- its healing qualitirank it among the fist rcme
.\r'r lyio'; in Ills situation some time, he JoIn Brosnakarn. 1 and Wilson.! p'nd'r"I.Lh} add Caps, dies of the present day

'I.i :)urniii h.; 'd/erlchell gently and I Viii.Zen" Pcnsnroln ilui N c.IIi.1 18tirt- JOHN 1. tA Y'VF'G.1! D,
y Philips, Adtiinisrator; I EXECUTION o.v Dr.- BOOTS |
:rno': iv ; In') heumeJi1tuy; conjecturedh'.s } Philadelphia, March 5, 1828.
of Justjtk Philips, deceased, ( CRBL IN CliANCLRy.and .
Jt "v : !f vorite: dorj which h.td acconi- the unkrmwnheirsef: said j t TO MARINERS ANDSHOES 'atM The above mentioned Medicine'-.in beat procureda )

P 11'1'-i n > .tie ch iso, anti ran \V.IV at thefir Joseph !Philip jt I -;'1VE L.iigt .J U' 'SfS.I.1\ t' been moored in : &c. three dollars per quart b..itlpt>f he 'nb.tbpl\'l'

-' IJ.l' ..t" lf1ce of Indiin. ti \ u it- "! a m of execution to mr directed hu the iiHiuiel, l< Hiliii r i\nrlfn Gulf Stream, I With Domestic and Piece Goods.PensacolB who will exhibit to any person npplvii>'!: the tet"6
"' the H,,n Sujieiioi Court for the Western Dis- .sough tIC Harbour of KEY WEST, into the Bay ficates of cures alluded to by Do toT MHVW tog.
'sever : Fetnnarv ,
l / 15294tf.NOTICE.
shall I
he. I foreet howfc.
iiitl of I'lorida, i will sell a! Public Auction, at the ufMc'zico. Vessels dlawiu;; 9 i\ fret water and .L Vanbann &
Co.. .liil; ;; -he cool .onsrtte of tho fiiihful crea- .nlnre of inddiii? ("onrt in I'envH'-nlri. i.n the I bound to !\Jnlu.I6I. Pensacoln: and New OileH'n. ran I Wilson.

ture fell tt thai dre.idful momuiit. 1st. DAY OF SEPTEMBER by observing the ioljomn, directions l pass! through rH, HE Copartnership irretoj'ore( existing under Pensacola. 16lh Jnnuni3., 1829

Suppo>iu!! by he fc 'rlcs llec3 of the animal next, a' 12 .-VliM-k. M .ill ih right, IM-.' not tote this Channel I with perfect s..(cly. and thus avoid J| the finn of Haines & Gates i i. by mutual consent --

that :he [n'li UH hid eone; ho r.iif, >d rest ofZeno Philips, as Adniinunaior and licit at the It tedious is recommended and dangerous: to .MHMCI navigation of Vessels of the Gulf. this day dissolved Those having demands 1;S'lCLA1RET, IVIN \

his head with iiiftculrv 'md looked iround L"*' ClI.I"l>epli lriiilips, deceased ; as as') all the from Unoy to Buoy, keeping: close) :o them to either steer against Raid Firm will plen&e present Ih"l1-.11 i it "
him. His right, 1i1l(',:llJft interest of olh 'II."IP unknown heirs deemed quite unnecessary to add, that those in- Superior rua1ity
broThttt officer lay dead him :land-They are moored in the deepest ,
near : wxierand
of he said Joseph Philips in said bill of complaintand dehlf'cIill confer a particular favor by settling
and his favorite spaniel after a few indications : decree im-niioncd, in nnd to the following bearings :
of anxious sympathy: disappeared in 11 acts; of hlII.to wit ;-One undivided half t of at met P.
The 1st Buoy at the entrance of| the Channel Sidney Haines
the wood' of Land of 4 )0arp| ..na, situated about a mile IV. };. of and 2 Pipes dry MalagaSacks 'Viue
in the ,
nearly lift honr of Key West, hem.. from Samuel
Pcnsiicola and bounded N. E. I lands S. Gates.The .
by vacant ,
On ittcmptin; to rise, Capt.tin Gregg the Lt House 111 Key West by Compass N. of Salt.A .
E. anil S by the bay Pensacola ; and N. W. and business will in future tip conducted by
W. W.r8t distant 1 mile.:
found) hit he wits wounded near the hack W. hy the Bayou Texar, "ejclusive of 11If" shore*.', by S mnel Gates who keeps Ins usual good supply3id GOOD ASSORTMENTDRIf
Buoy from! the 1st Buoy N. W. .00
bone hv :i musket shot, and was severely T hwoundred alien of land situated about 'six by' pf.moal'III, August 1820- 28tf.
; Noish. .. .
Wounded on the forehead by the stroke of a mile, moieor less! N. E. from Pensacola. and about ---------- GOODS &C
3rd. Buoy bears from the 2d Buoy, N. W. AJlorth. ,
4 mile fiom tin
mouth Bayou I
Texar. in the HATES OF
tomah'twk. The Indims nhriys consider : .
iirf-ction of the east bank thereof, and the i BY
a blow of the tomahawk across t forehead: East hank of Ib.. Creek kno" n by the name of 4th Buoy bears from the 3d Buoy, NV.. 1-2 North. I | ESOLVED hy the President and Directors of ,
5ih Buoy on the Bar, beais from the SM the Wharf Company that after the II. Michel .
Libht- 20lh hist. CL'
ns immediate dctli ; and it would: inevitably Indian: Piss: nod hounded thereon on the Sooth and .
on K.-v West, North West West. the following rates will he
by charged ou all vessels Pensacola, June 25, 1829-I9-tf.
V\Yft nil
-on other side lands. The
have i sudden end to the of the by vacant
put suffering I laying along side the Whaif. -
fiit mentioned tract was original! granted' by urVuplll: requiring Pilots can obtain them at
unfortunate officer, had not the cocked hat Morales: to Manuel Gonxaler! in I 1807-the cast wan Key' West; as there is n board of brunch Pilots 'slabluhed Per day. PRI.XTKO WEEKLY, or

which lie wore taken the principal} weightOf granted by Morales'oJohn B. Alejandro' in 1807. V es 'eis of]&( tons & exceeding: 10 tons $0 50 3'E1\OMJJ: D. E2OOBJ2 .

the sfokc. They have ben levied on to satisfy se i'l Kvcntiofiand'costs. The shoalest water HI low water is 10 fret, and: ]j 20 0 75 ,
'A. GORDON. at high; water 12 ;-2 feet on the B.tr.Wm. 20 20 1 .25 FOR TILE PROPRIETOR,
Bat he wis not forsaken in this trying Co :>n 40 1 75

hour; his f--Ithful dog had not forgotten him : : OFFICE. JPeo Marshal..MARSHAL'S Pinkncy'. I "1& 40 60 2 00 Pnisof til\c Luw&

The officers at Fort Schuylerb .. Kupfrintt'iulant of Bu oys w> KXJ 2 25
: already 'HC' l filh Xn!uKt, 1829 \ Over lot OP TIlEUNITilD'
i it 160
begun to entemin fears for the safety of the NOTH.-Tha sale of the above described propor- CUSTOM HOUSE, Allaver liO, t a 50

hunters, '-nl I rere anxiously on the look-out ty is postponed to the t Key West, January 20, 1829. ) On every Licensed Diftv or Cart, 50 cent 3 00 per SPATES: ,

for their "-e'urn, when Tray was seen issulnc[ : 1ST TTOSDATT OP OCTOBER month. AND OF THE

from the woo 1, pmtin;{ with eagerness; and ,, next-at the legal hours. i KIRCHWASSER: &.011 Extract front the Minutes, TERRITORY

fatigue. "They are coating, for there is: A. GORDON, Marshrl. i FOR Sal?Jew, by Orleans.Kirchwasser the Subscriber. lately received I J. G. Drake, Secretary, OF FLORIDA

the dog !" *M; the universal exclamation Pe.nsaral" Ang.nt I loth )9.293tWANTE : | 1S1\JaS.
I (of the Black Forest,) I i
Hut tht;' mxiouseyes: were bent toward the A large i supply of Job! type has Champnigne, (Sparkling) I w FIVE DOLLARS per annum, in advance if pay

Wood in v on ; their friends did not appear ; just bmn received nt this Office Gupnoiet d'Angen (French Cherry Cordials) ment i.s i deferred six mouths, SIX DOLLAR

Cud.the spmlel by whining) crouching, goIng und Blank of Muscatel Bordeaux Wine Oil, best q'lality, 9AT will be required.

to rind frO, md! looking up in the musi every description White Wine Vinegar I THIS OFFICEAN Xdvertisenients inserted conspicuously at ONB
cutc,1 in the l>cst I11aImcratiN 1
Supplicating m 'nner, phinly indicate thai Gw J. PeSca4'b I intelli !nt ;md uctivo: Uoyas an DOLLAR for every fourteen linos o r less ii

sm.e1b' W b iCJ1 them., A dct tf1.,i jOtloaus priceGl: j 1'tJhJ'cb. f .. *. tlC4 the Printin bOA i appran(0 I the first insertion, and FIF1'CENTS, for .

CbIIt t C9' longer ones I1J (fie qttm nUJ.