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

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!. PENSACOLA, SA7'URDAY,1c0VEIIBER 28th, 1829. No. 41 ad

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t Laws of Florida. Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, That so AiN ACT.To Sec. (>. He it Jwthtr enacted, '1 hat the tel'at

trI } much of the first section of the act, to which! incorporate thin I vFayette Salt Company books, correspondence and papers, of ihp ;d I..

this is an amendment, as requires clerks to' of,Ky W{'*i. comp.iny, shall at all limes, be subject to the
1 1'allal
be paid by the county for every distinct sl.r.\' Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative inspection of the directors. ,

vice, for which no compensation is provided] ( Counoil of the Territory of Florida, Sec. 7. Be it further tnacted, That the !dgl

by said act, so much of said section as allows That, film and tier the passage of ibis act, President and Directors shall have power id the

fees to judges of county courts ; so much oil tbose persons who have
1 1.r t said sect /l as allows cleiks of county Of\\ led ttti-rvist'lves' or may bet eaflt'l join a comjinny j I executing the business! of the said company, fOrt

for attendance on court, four dollars per day, i iso or limited! I pursneiship, under "be name and to establish the compensation to be made Ni<

much of the act, to \* hich this is an anwndj j iird title of the Li Fat lIIC S.tlt Company of fir the president and to the other officers, or: rtniC

!! nient, as gives to the district attoneys, the ; Key West ; and ttn-ir successors, sli.dl be, lei VillUS, of the said company, respectively ;
and are he:''by ir.coiporated( and u.ido: but no shall *+
_. : ;dollars for every true bill found by a grand) II | they compensation be given to a director tl ,
.' ----- B T AUt'llOttlTY, I jury, and so much of the said act as allows a bud cot 1Orate and i iI politic, bv the lame for bis services except by a vole gf the io c

;any other, or 'eater fees to the keeper ef: Hilt I stile of the L t FayrtttSalt Company of I II siorkholders in a general Inectilp g, jOcon

AN ACT I I the public archives in this Territory than Ke> Vest, and its such shall{ continue until, 1 Sec. 8. Be it further enacted That the ::

\ More effectually to catty into operation "an ; such as are allowed by the act of Consiress, I. the firs' day of January one thousand eiylilbnniiit'ii resident and Directors shall) have power to tine

ICt to open a Steam Boat passage neari i nnd the second, third and fourth sections of f ami till\, Aiid by that name maysue ,: call a general meeting of the stockholders, Ion
the Ail.mtif Coast." !j I and be sued! and br iiri.leaded, l fur the
1 s-id;' act, be and the same are hereby) re- ,i purposes concerning the interest of arp,
lie it enacted by the Governor and Jcis-; pea l'tt answer md be .illS'+ I'll'd, defend ai.d: be de- I the company, giving at least two months notice 'an

latirc Council of the Territory of Florida, Sec. R. Be it further er.aetrd, That nothing fu idt il, in courts of it-ruid, ami any. other in tht .:\t-wspaper published at Key lid j
That the periud of time appointed liy the place \\Matsoc-ver, ;u.d by flat name; maylicive ; \V est + '.
which{ : pad
in the first !section of the act to (
said act for the commission> to open this is an amendment, shall be so consulted and lio'd! :utch.iseieceivr, possess, Sec. 9. Be further enacted, That tbe \ I
books of subscription:: and which period ws J I enjoy Jul! retain, lands! lents, tent incnls, he-I shares of the capital stock time fort'ha
as to allow to the Secretary of rile fern !UJ!) I tat my: owned
liiiiited to tlu first Monday :IJ, 182J!>, '. 1! 1'I lalnr ms, couds, chattels!I and effects of by any individual stockholder shall} be ; .
fee for certifying or sealing, commission tranterable *
1 any
be and the same is hcrcb'rttendcd io the any !!luhat nature, !kind ur quality' soeu-r, necess.iry I only on the books of the '
for officer of this Territory.Sec.
a public company,
: in Orioher i } for the ol this incorporation, end t
third Monday $:30. I : ; objects :according to such rules as Sumany
Sec. LAnd be it further enacted, That D. Be it further enacted, That this and the stun mi\: sell, grant, demise, tdieu to l.mbe: established in that may,behalf conformably the

tlif tenth section of :!II' said tccited I act he, act shall be in force fiom and after the passage j and ("'Sposu of. and by that uiiiift shall ImdlJlwg \,', I i President and Directors hut sit .1t.by. _. este

anti the same is h'Teby repealed.NovoiubtM << thereof. the COlit'uuaiiri': nfilii: :n-t, cttcc.s1uO 1 wally due to me company, by a stockholderrequesting mar
I l':.&sJc.J, Oil, t. ::..J. "d, Jill To\vmbcr, IS JO. aid mav make, haxe and! use, ;: coiiMuon ..r>ul I, I I, a transfer, must be satisfied before Ohio

--s., .. iii ,the; ..IIl'eI1.t y bicak, alter and! renew, 'such transfer shall be mnde. the !

I AN ACT AN ACT ti\\ {ple.isuie, and shall have p j\vor io oidain, I Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, f fiat the ; thin

To amend "an act, to determine the fees of To authorise Lacklan: Mclntosh Stone to ejt',bli>b j.nd 1 put in execution, such by-laws, dividends of the profits of the Company, or rs a(

0'J cer din officers of this! Territory iiiul for t'xcc1I'c a certain Convex- nee. I liiianct-s-s ai.d iegidaiitiiS, as sbwll seem ne I t 59 much of said profits, as shall be deemed dCbb

other purposes," appruvcdo"ember WHEREAS a certain William Cornish t ctssa:') and cOIn('lHcm fur thf goveiriinent idi expedient and proper, shall be declared half ,

1823.: did, on She 9th October 182!), execuie a i! sad .',' ; not bc.ng ron wry to i law yearly in the second week in January and :ur, .

Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative ccrtain power of attorney, in the prc.tenceof i nor the coiistitiMinn: tbert-of; and, gelld lll) July iu each year; the amount of said divi crip

Cou'iiilf] the Territory Florida, one Jonathan Black J UBi'. and Watson j h'do and t-xe uie all acts necessai.. or pru- dead to be, determined by the President and very

Tim: so much! --I"v\ act to which this is onamendmen. Reid, and whereas the slid parties now 1 |irr, fur the tljecisof iiI illCOI :oratl Ii, SIIU Dhectors, and in no case, to exceed the a. purpIS

) : ., ',s allows any "Hi"Por ;o charge reside I in the I Territory of Aikatisins; and I JLCt to the ruh-s regulations, tt' tI iC
. fees to the Territory of Florid or any thereby said power of: atioincy canno': ., 'li&tiuIiB and i1tisiulis, Initin daecied and I by the! Company, so that the capital stock of

t county thereof, b(', and the seine is he1( brep'l'lcd \' under existing r laws, be admitted i to record dtclaitd.Sec. the said company shall never be impaired by e ndis

except so far as the services, t foi without manifest inconvenience and del-IY, '! 2. Be a f cltltrelt'rt(1. That the divi :icnds.! :

1 8 wnich such charjie is alo: '..ed, may, be necessary and as it is essential to the interest of .til ,1 cipitvd. stork oll1'i esa.d coniau\} ) shall! consist dollars Sec. 11. Be it further enacted, That if afotcount

to insure the apprehension and safekeeping the l parties concerned that said power ;: ot not exct-rding: SI-VPUI)' live ilioiisaiid the :s: lid Directors shall, at any times willful
'.. of criminals, and] their prosecution. should be immediately carried into t-fiect. i money ol :hn Uiutml S .less d-.dl.irs to raili.btr. ly and knowingly make, or declare! any divided ne

br be Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That Be it therefore enacted by the Governor': \ into sharers lit iombu.tired enacted: 'Iliniliu which shall; impair the said Capital : rctaias';
3. Be it Jvrthir ,
, when officer shall perform set vice Stock ; all the Directors the
any any and Legislative Council of the Territory aff.irsofin sliab tf cuuducJtdb present, at marI,1IIr
"f under and by virtue of any law of this Territory of Florida That Lncklan: Mclir.osh None, s.-Illi' tiiujiany: I !, or (:declaring of said dividend and rnn... 'case
from their ----- ---- -- -
ti\e' DirGct slalllfCJ'I.C
c.4 ; an-1 no ition is allowed by > ls wr.o sensing thereto, shall be liable in their t i.be
compcns be, and he is hereby authorised, upon making bud a Pr'"id :,;'. Two of die Duecioisviih : in
3e t law, to such officer, for said service, he shall satisfactory proof of the hand: writing ;: ) i the President sh..il toin a boaid: or quI dividual capacities to the Company for the .I tan,

receive the same compensation as is allowedby of the said William Cornish hefoie the proper -dl the business of the amount, or proportion of said capital Stock so it tin

law to my other officer! for the same, or officer, to have the slid, power of attorney : for irans.ictiutj ol the divided by the said Directors : And each Di. eafthils<
I of the sirkwss::
.lD t for a similar: service, and when no compensation } recorded in the proper office in thisTerritory. : : Miinpany.Pi Il."itkUI' II c.isu:: absence., his:: plate} I lecior, who shall be }present at the making, .
or hisiit-ccsviiy
tt is provided by law for such service, I I lit or declaring of such dividend, shall be deem. )efo;
he shall receive therefor a reasonable compensation I may 1 le :supplied: by illlJ UIII'ctor110111, ed to have consented thereto, unless he shall
dtI Sec. 2. Be it further rr.a: trl, That after: byiNtiiui untlt! 'r Ills hand; may nomin-.tc for ,
to he fixed by the court before I immediately into TII
or enter writing his dissent
J4- said of hits he-en duly lecoided !- i! that in of his not making
power ai'.orney 1 purpose I or case
lit in which s.'il service nvay be performed, or un the minutes of the proceedings of th ;aid
made, in ; :; suth honiiiitiliuij be( ( < dill appoint a
any conveyance :: ,0 .11 'a.Jbr. by tlt! presiding justice of the in I IJoard. i lOUse
county, thereof, sh 11 be .s <;ood) ;;nvdid! in l I'-.w nndequiiy ;,; president;: ; to art dui iulY; his sirkneis or ab
which sud service be Sec. 12. Be it other
performed.Soc. further enacted] That if
may ''
or as if the s ;me had been jt'Cidaily : sent(. The P rc iJ'lJI and Director, b( any ,
Be nactcd1'I all fees shall be htae
ii. J. further ( tat proven and recorded And tin; ar' h.dl{ be may be ill offn l.e at the time 01 the pas-sing of vacancy at any time happen among tha .
of :author?ic'd to be charted; by this act, or by Directors by deatht resignation, otherwise pr:
in full force and effect fuel its piisvige.: ; this act, or shall subsequently be appoinit-d, ,
the which. this is amendment the rest of the Directors for conforesa
Ka ;act, to an ofih'e'under the time being
Passed, lOih November, 18 29. by tile stocklickleis, shall jiinue in ,
allI.. ex vpi those allowed to witnesses! (which shrtll elect a Director to fat the
and by virtue' of tins act of incorporation vavancy.
are hereinafter provided for) shall: become in Si-c. 13. Re it further enacted, That incase sd, 7ioners
,ta'It until/ others shall be duly chosen
due tnd tlomandable! the first of AN ACT it should! time
on day heir stead! and no person shall be a Di- at any happen, that an -
bet Janu icy, in each and every. year, or at the To amend "an Act to regulate the driving, ; stockholder election of Directors should not be made on 0 the
r rector, (If Piesident, tthu i is out a ,
:..Ir.en. time of issuing execution after the termina- or biiniiiuj; into the Territoiy wf Kloiidn, I I and a Din'coi ceasing to be a stockholdershall any day, when pursuant: to this act, it oughtto the n

u tion of thu quits they accrued in ; where said Neat C.'.lIlc belonging to person-, citizensof cease to be a D'lt-ctor. Every stockholder have been made, the said corporation shall ts, ant

1 Rbai. fees have accrued] in A suit, or matter, pending ]- the several Slates. shall l h(. entil'i d to vote by himself!; not, for that cause, be deemed to be dissolved s to t]

in, or determined by, a court, and in all ; Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative his agent, or pioxy ill'P I | oimed nnder his h..id! but it shall be 1-wful 1 on any other day, are

;rtI other cases, such t fees shill be due, and demandable Cdunril of the Territory of Florida, and s.i-d, wl all elections\ in vii ue of I'ua act, to hold and make an election of Directors ata laId c'eraf

;at the time of pei forming the services 'That not ( XCCs_:itl fifty cents fur each and ind &bil! have <>s nii'.i'y; vutcsas he shaH lave meeting to be called in such manner as of.nadeci:

thffF for which they are allowed.! every he ul( of neat: cattle, which now are, or : harf.s, shall be prescribed. by the laws and ordinances

.!er- Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That all hereafter nriy come, or be found in this Ter- Sec4.. Be it further enacted, Thai a of said Corporation. cTcrks

."J- fee bills, taxed and certified legal, by the ritory, the 1 proprietor of which, are non gelN
all clerk of my court of record, when said fees:: roMifents, shall be assessed annually by the slid coin} til5 shall be hulden! 0:1 the first: Passed 6th November, 1829. 5C afo

that'ma accrued in suits in such court, or by justice huh titercof
any cunnty court.r n.or'y' Janiiai: } oue ihons..nd eic'it' bun- ,
of the price ol this Territory, when the Sn 7 nD :,. ur/'rut' nnnrln.l .Pl.... __Lever __ .i,. .t <.r.-.i n.ii-iy ionday, rrdceedingi of the Legislative) -
damn ..oaarnv.l i o'"vlt. oust,ju. lIlU, or UIU nut there is the sli !hteot suspicion that any i of January "f cvtrVerr ihercatter, at such Council of Florida. 'M' urn of

D. accrue in any court of record, shall have tin- person, or persons! have not complied} with plate, as tin President and Directors may Vtobe

force and effect of an execution, and may; In- .he requisitions of the statute, to which) this appoint i by giving! two months notice in the Tuesday, 10th November, 1S2& 'rmcr',

re4wet; collected by the marsh.il! : sheriff, constable, is an amendment, it shall; be l.iwlul, andhereby !'I Nt.v> Paper published at .Key West, for thu "An act to authorise Jos. H. Unwell to for sai

c111ts- or other officer, in like manner: as other ,"x- : is made the duty of any justice of the :! i purpose of electing Directors for the ensuing build a Mill on Chipla River," and "An tic )ther CiD ;

ecutions ; Prodded, tint/when said fees peace, to cruise s-iid person, or persons, tot i 1 ) ear ; n'ho shall meet speedily after their -I act to authorise L. M. Stone to execute a the

hive accrued in any suit before any court, a rl;;lle before him and take the following. : oath, !: leclion, and house u President, and the president certain conveyance-were passed.: mnty, .

duplicate tit s'ch fee bill shall always be left "I A. B. do, solemnly swear that 1 Inyenot and directors, for the time being, shall 1Vednsday, 11th November I this a

on'file, among the papers of the suit in in mv care, !possession, or control, any cattle.belonging \ continue in
i.-Sa which the fees accrued.Sec. ] to, or the property of a nonresident .- j elected in their places, and be organized b) "An act to fix a day on which all Elections .. 29.t-

5. Be it further enacted, That on of this Territory ; and, if any person, !; assembling ol a quorum and ihe choice of shall be held, in the Territory of Florida" .

the 1 fist day of the attendance of any witnessin or }persons, shall when brought before any \ a President. At all elections the persons, having I read and referred to the com on Elections.On .- ,tic. (

e ich} term, it shall be lawful for the witnco I ill*rirl' of' t the...- peace: refuse to take the oath: I the greatest number of voles shall! be motion of Mr. Bright, the following, \EN.

S to prove his, or her, attendance, by oath 'Iua.prescribed;; by this act, said justice shall fine 'deemed to be chosen. All elections shall be offered by him on yesterday were read and 'is suit ljy

1tt before the clerk of the sine, who shall make; each and every person so refusing in a stun I' lit Id under the superintendence of the president adopted. "Had

a certificate the.vof without' charge for such I not exceeding twenty dollars for the use of' of the company, for the lime bring, ""Whereas the Legislative Council are tr Court

proof; or certificate, and such certificate,! the county, and all cat'he found in his, or I and five stockholders 1 not being at the time aware of the importance of having the entrance tier. The d,
p proving his her attendance shall have held to directors appointed by the board of directors, pen
or their, possession shall be subject 1 I into Appalachicola-Bay rendered secure lag, and :
1 t" the force and effect{ of an execution and) may and liable for, the tax to be collected in any any four of whom shall be the judges Ihe..eof .' and more accessible and this can only
be Ic\"iellupon the goods and chattels of the in said county and who shall iirmtidialely: thereafter no- 41t, :
court of competent jurisdiction be effected by having a light house and buoys ;
I of the in like in of \ livhp elected) and make return j .
party, manner, as cases or district. persons erected, so as to designate the best channel I
ta'f8 other Provided nevertheless thereof to the directors, at their first meeting; tlC{
executions : Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That if: and to warn vessels of the danger of Cape St.
that such witness shall have the right, at his, or residents either in, !; should! two, or more persons, have the same ;; Bias and Cape St. George, and that it would WEN;
or her to defer making out his, any person, persons number of votes, ihe other individuals elected j kill hu b
- own option 1 ibis Territory shall take from, t add much to the increasing commerce of thatport
without j from
or : shull determine by ballot !! tent in t
....,. or her, account, until he suit, in which he, or cattle 1 ;: directors and that the cutting of a public icaiibiand
, & drive away,any person's persons said who shall be th director -
or she, shall he summoned as aforesaid, shall where said cattle ; mong persons, road and establishment of a po* route to the all c
r from the er place,
be determined and have the taxed in range! ;;; or directors. All elections shall be opened ire here!
." .j most usually"graze, more than five miles, and close town of Appalachicola, would result not only ,
.4: the fee bill ; and Providing, that when any .1 L" at ten oMock in the forenoon, to ihe convenience of the Territorial Go- aratioa.hpply .
' sid h person, or persons, on prool at three in thc afternoon. I ,.. .
witness shall and than is i '
.Sd charge levy more of : vernment, but would also facilitate the intercourse
made before any court competentjurisdiction I Si-c. 5. Be it further enacted, That ihe ;
really due, he, or she, shall forfeit and pay between the United States and their
; shall be fined in a sum not ex- '
full ,
President and duecior shall have '.
to tIle party injured four times the amount so power officers t that place.
discretion of the t ,
dollars at the ,
annul all such
'ceeding fifty to make} revise, alter aim teCotntvi
-,'-" unjustly charged.Sec. court, one half to the informer, the ot'ier, rubs, orders, by-laws and regulations, for the I II I I "Therefore, Be it Resolved by the Goternor '
G. Be further enacted That when
) for the use of the county. ;[ government of the said Cur}+uratiotr, uno* and Legislative Council of the Territory .. ition on t
shall have the of his
any party paid account :
It Florida that in
her Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, Thatso that of its officers, servants and affairs, as of our Dolegbte I
their witnesses for .
or or I. St
be his influenceand
- which this is vnamendment time t i Congress requested to use :
any fee bill taxed and collected as providedfor 1 much of the act to thcytshalJ{ from : to timeithinkexpedient,
the provisions 1 and of the funds exertions for the passage of a Law, appropriating .
in the fourth section of this act previous as militates against and to use, employ, dispose ,
and the same i is hereby of the said for the in- money for the above necessary
to the termination of any suit, he may, if he of this act, be, und properly company
take efl'cffrom and and bum-fit of the stockholders and objects.
succeed in repealed. This act to \ terests ,
such suit have the same taxed in ,
tA the bill of costs against, the unsuccessful i after its passage. j agreeably t'the object? of tliO said! iurornoration. I\ "And, Be it further resolved, That the

; Ocveraer: be requested t9 trursniit te the J.
part). l Passed, 7th Nuv.1529. I

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Delegate of the Territory, a certified cop I When Chaplin t A as before the nudtstratrthe ; arfcolion.ite.: liirongh\ every ViC (rt1d>and tnet u 1 !I.! Sn.A9 K. EVERETT, of"New York, ta: U

of iho above resolution, on or before the 1st t fifty dollar note which he passed in this, situation he was the object of hIS constant care and : Consul of the United States at Panama in

rA Monday of December nt. t." I place was laid on'the table by one of lle.young :attention i. the Republic of Colombia. '

e A communication was received from his I gentlemen, for the purpose ot hem LIIJEKTATEM AMICITIAM: : FlDEM RF.7IX I!!, ASA WoRTHiNOTOK, of NW: York, to bo
T ..n TiectiurAa Ho picked it up and KBIS.; Consul 1 oi the J
thrnirt Excellency the Governor, notifying the i inspected. immediately I). O. M. I United States, nt Lima antI
to f.ll =. '\acft. cy Council, that he had approved and signed I put it into his mouth, and although staled Beneath these Walls fur the ports of Peru, vice William Rauclitf

t,> P. Ilaioca Lie: "An act to incorporate the Lafayette Salt and severely choked, succeeded in swallowing Are deposited the Mortal Remains of removed. *

Company of Key West'; and "An act to it. Immediately after swallowing it he JOHN ADAMS, i JOSEPH W. E. WALLACE, to bo Consul ."r

amend an act to regulate tho driving or gave fifty dollars in good moucy to the! per- Son of John and Susanna [Boylston] Adams the United States at Sao Antonio, in Mexico
Fensaoola, 22-1 bringing to the Territory of Florida neat son to whom he passed the note. No counterfeit Second President of the United States. vice David Dixon, resigned.;

.6 .. t' cattle belonging to persons, citizens of the I money being found on him, and the Born 19-SO October, 173.: JOHN M. BOWYET, of Alabnmn, to be
and also that ho returned note which he passed not to be produced, the
PO.CONTAININt. several States" : I On the fourth( of July, 177(>, Consul of the United States at xuazacualoo()
not rejected, hut for atnendinent"An act to laws of this Commonwealth could not jwntsh He pledged! his Life, Fortune and Sacred l in Mexico, vice Charles Dough, removed
t! corporate the Town of West Point"- him ; he was given over to the gentlemanwho Honor I EMANUEL J. WEST, to be Charge d'Af
which was recommitted to tho Judiciary pursued him from Maryland.. fairs of the United States, to the Republic
committee. of Peru. .
The following biHs1'0 PASSED l'Ar GAZETTE COUNTRY.On -

w act to establish the boundary )lines between the third of September, 1783. j/if.--By the death of Gov. Linc, IB
51nrt, near the He affixed his Seal to the definitive .
on the 11. Janu Leon and Jefferson Counties" and "An act t'ENSACOLA! ,SATURDAY, NOV. 28th, 1829.: Treatywith I this State is left without a Governor. The
elpy toPensacofa to regulate the fees of Notaries Public in the Great Britain, President of the Senate has been appointed! .

case of wrecked vessels and properly appertaining Col. DUKCAN L. CLINCH, left here on Mondaylast Which acknowledged that Independence, a Post Masterand is consequently duquali-

0 thereto." in the U. S. Schooner Florida for Tampa Bay, I And consummated the redemption of his fled from holding an office under the Statu,

-- Tho following nominations: were made by where he has eslublished the Head Quarters of hi. Pledge.On und the Speaker of the House of Rcpresentativcs .-

N nictClIX his Excellency the Gov. and confirmed : viz. Rcgimcut. the fourth of July, 1826, has recently been chosen a member .

weeks fro PARDOS C. GREEN *, Auctioneer, and WILtiAM He was summonedTo of Congress. 0I

s, adurinidatiI4'ceued FREAN, Notary Public, for the Countyof Mr. BAUOZA PEIKKIRA, late charge d'Affairs from the Independence: of Immortality,

,tr Munroe : and LESLIE A. THOMPSON, Portagat'ins arrested at Philadelphia on the 30tli .: And to the JUDGMENT: OF HIS GOD. I Jio Id and Ingenious Military Project.-

Peneaeola. 2a Justice the Peace, tor the County of Leon, ultimo at the suit of his successor Mr. TORLADI This House will be-ir witness to his Piety : i': Colonel Napier in his history uf the Peninsula

-'... .. Dice JOHN Y. GAREY, resigned. D'AzAMBt'JA: the accredited representative of Dim This Town, his Birth place, to his War, gives a highly interesting account
12th November. MIGUEL. Bail was demanded in the sum of one Munificence
r Thursday, : of the passage of the river Tamega, at
< A communication was received, from the hundred thousand dollars which the defendant declined History to his Patriotism : Amarantc, by the French troops.! "The Ta

1 8 UVIll : Gov. notifying the Council that he had approved -! to gave and was committed To prisot-on the ;; Posterity to tho Depth and Compass of liU I mega," s'\]; the historian, -Vas in full flood,

and signed "An act to amend an act day following tho matter came before 010 of the Mind. and running in a deep rocky bed ; and the

j T dale gAT .I sOatiuu concerning Roads! Highways and Ferries ;; judges of the District Court Philadelphia on a ruleto bridge in front of the French wets mined,

.I QuurUy Court and "An act to establish County Courts and chew cause of action, and why the defendaAtc'lmillg At his Side barred with three ro\V3 of pallisades, and

;,upon th prescribing their jurisdiction1' : and that he privilege as a diplomatic :>cnt ihould not Sleeps till the Trump shall Sound commanded by a hatteiy of ten ;un*. Thc:

, ,I: ,had rejected **An act to incorporate the be discharged. The cause of ado I set forth in the ABIGAIL, Portu '':o<;e wore in position on tlc heihu

S'onumtn. V Bank of Florida" ; and "An act to establish; pluintifTs afii a\it was the detention bj thedeiendantof'documents His belrvved and only Wife, behind, from whence they could discern all

-" tics- and incorporate'the 'West Florida Insuranceand appertaining to tho rni'.sion. The documents I!i Daughter William and Elizabeth [Quincy] tllll; was; passing: at the !brid!*{', and could re-

Banking Company." claimed are the public papers of the legation i Smith.In infer ce at will the advance guard, which was;

T.li 9.1'.. :" A communication from the Territorialrri which came into the hands of Mr. P ieira as tho I ('\. relation of Life, a Pattern the suburb. The 20th the first

lay uoM.*.., ...r_..:"f'S.I.n l1nll :+cI1 iced from representative of Portugal in this conntry previous to Of Filial. Conjujral l, Maternal, and Social pbarricade was reached by the flying sr.p ; but
r pifel IL.r'i It Ja! Mrs. D. Walton, was received, nil u.j.h the appointment and recognition >lr.JU'Azanibuj-* Virtnc. tlio fire of tlio Pnrtuyuese( \\ as gO deadly,
npxMi Ceil take
Ail i.v-i out iHint. to the com. on Finance. The Court decided that Mr. Pc-ireira should Jo Deceased 28 October, 18IS, I endeavored to construct a bridge on tressles

.pci* f.n.:,.di ,. "An act to divorce Lorenn Rumell from discharged on common bail as tho euit was improperly Aged 74. I half mile below ; thifli1cd. and the ciToct-t

(:i tilt f'''' uhte': her husband" was PASSED :-A YCS- brought, the King of Portugal being the owner of again the stone bridge hero necessity

peat ithia tlATtheCoi Messrs. President(Bellamy) Braddock, the documents and not his Diplomatic:; Representativein :Married 25 October, 1764. renewed. The mine at the other side' was

t.. .'. .. Brown, Dells !MitcheH, Owens, Ross, 7 :: I whose name the action was commenced.The During an Union of more than half a ingeniously formed) ; the muzzle of a loaded

rtnl&Cota, Noes, Messrs. Dunlap, Howard, Hunt, defendant churned his entire discharge upon Century. musket entered the chamber, and a hiring

.-.. Sanchez, Stone, 5. the ground of his Diplomatic privilege, tho decision :: They survived, in Harmony of Sentiment being tied at one end to the trigger, the oilur

The following bills were PASSED ; viz. on this was postponed until the next week, on ac. Principles and Affection. end *as brought behind the ciitrenclmieittsso

, .. An act regulating Descents", "An act to count of the absence of apart of the court. The Tempests of Civil Commotion, that an explosion could! he managed. with!

i ,t establish a Superior Court in Hamilton Meeting undaunted, and surmounting iho greatest precision! as to time.

; I County", "An act to amend an art regulating : Mexican Advocate.A The Terrors and Trials: of tint Revolution On the 27th, tho
p lQ tgrn r'I, to the made of suing out writs of Error and Newspaper bearing this title has recently beenstablihed Which secured the Freedom of their i burnt by Captain 81 ocharJ,::1n entiinrcr offi.cr .
.r prosecuting appeals in the Court of Appealsof ? at Nacogdoches, Tcxa It is i
AtvraiMaria : published Country ; -* who devised a method of forcing 'ho
, the Territory of Florida", and "An act in the Spanish and English Language We extract I. Improved thc Condition of their tiups ; passage: so singularly bold, that all the Go-
1 amend Judicial Proceedings.
to an act regulating I I. 1cm) it an account of Nacogdechcp, winch, now that And brightened the Prospects of Futurity lerals, lull: especi.illy General Foj, were

L' .,i the: Texas in a sul.jtct jpeculaton: cannot foil toiutcrestcter To the- Race of Man upon E :rth. opposed to if. The plan VMS, however
Friday, 13/7 Noveinln reader. transmitted and Soult G
:; ; to Oporto ; sent emral -
cvvThe '""An net to incorporate and establish the Ilulot his first
PILGRIM.From aiJ-de-carnp, To report7f
West Florida Insurance; and Comtpany" "Thrre are probably fe'pbcts of riie
'oH Banking I
earthly Duties lenrn.. : feasible Hulot
LthuJ! spent thy : t ti.project was approved
size of Nacogdorhes, of whit has
::; moje
pro'i with the Governor's objections there- From Fancy's Dream to active Virtue turn : of rlJcl1 lfc.i's proposal and tho latter
I ,
t 1terutimtt 1 o was refered to Messrs. Stone, Howard been said and of which less i is known at a Let FrpPfhu; Fripnd.ship, Faith, thy! soul engage, lommcHccd his operations on the 2d May.
aetutnrd to and Hunt. distance ; we shall therefore give; a short And serve, li::them,thy Country and thy Age. .
The wcreJI1dt" and! i '
beta troops ar.-ns, disposedn
description: of it. jNacogduches is situated
"An art to incorporate the B ink of Flori.datI
in 31 deg. 42 mii N. L: mi the main road The capitals, D. O. M. are the initials of taro most convenient manner, as nrartho
&.c. was referred to Mcssrt. Brown, head of the of
ion NatchitooJiya to SHU Fel-'po de Austin, three Latin words ; Deo, Optimo IaXi budge as the necassity kofp-
Dunlap, and Hunt. ill thom hidden would and
1o.1 )/ permit, at eight
Oet. teeth! : ind lJpjir.: The sinationof titer town 13 l\) God, the Best, the Greatest.
"An act regulating tho qualification of o'clock all and tho
1 r beautiful cwirjf-nce Upon the marble Tablet, the inscriptions being preparet., moon
r above
I being on an just s
'x jurors In criminal cases" "An act to amendan 4 I shining bright, tw-cll-IY men were sent a little;
POi the junction cfiuo beautiful creeks, the are placed parallel to each other, divided; by
act to incorporate the town of Magnolia""An I below iho bridge, and directed to nit
a, ",t' i'f Nana ou the east, HU;J the Baniio; mi tlie a plain line. To accommodate them to our I opn
! ti I. act to authorise m. Kerr to erect oblique; firo of musketry against time emicuchmcn.s -
west, the ivateis of which arc as clear as colurau, we are obliged to give them in..
fed tn t" a mill dam across the Ocklocknee nccr""An -

'Bill, fr i act providing for a term of the County crystal.Few IMVR chan type u diftercut: nmt.'lI1rnt. .i This ling: replied to, and the attention
places: undergone more
Count for the! County of lIllnl"Oo"uAnnct { of the Portuguese jittractQil, n sapper, drnssfd -
I .' in relation to the validity: of certain records gCI and been the scat of mere or greater Mn. EDITOR, in dark! gray, crawKl 1 out, and! pullt'd'vith :
r imaginary: undertakings fur the benefit of Punning is doubtless! a helper to Etymology
, in Munroe County"-and "An act to bishead a barrel; of povder, winch ivas
mankind and (the projectors, if ail have and is an all1- illu5lraorofthw: meaning -
1'4tt'i,'T they
. : -..,.. amend an act {or the apprehension of crim- likewise enveloped; in gray cloth, to t!(?"dea
. said could be be strictly relied on, than :'Ja- of words, to its full extent.
inals" &c.: PASSEI. tho sound along that side <'-f the bii'Owhi '!
. Ii 1 cogdoches ; in it new imaginary republics One objection to the* Punsttr: is, that be
' .. Saturday, 4th November. <";l wasdaikcr.ftd by the shadow of ihr*
I have been conceived and hrought to mature h like a character in Hudibras( xvho"Xo'cr
The Governor returned rejected "An parapet. When he had placid!: his; btirdgainst
t pcrft.'cton-ne\\: Empires! with all the mouth did
V1'il/ reverence Ilia op?,
,; Act to amend an act rcul! \tingjudicial proceedings tire entrenchment covering the Portuguese
shown the gull am founder which flew **
But out a trope.
23rd Nov. 1828'-reo mine he retired! in tho
.. approved, sumo: tr.nnucr. -
has since been nvagnanimoiislv, conferred
Sl-rrcd to the Commitee of the whole:-and on Your inveterate Punster, if ho utter a bud Two others followed in succession

drat'T also, "An Act to divorce Lorena Rumel the exploits of FRANCIS RKRKIAN, pun, which don't f--ke, attempts to forte it and retired without being discovered! : b-;:!:
and for short limn the residence
a of the
ted toi>t from her husband."-On the question of the into you, under the short ribs. These is, the fourth, after placing tho barrel, ris ou
youthful 1 Hcio who at the time had the honor
passage of said bill, the votes were, Ayes: (f should say arc) some of the annoyances!' his feet and run' back, but wis; immcdiitolv
1\ Messrs. Braddock, Mitchel 1, Owen' Ross, belonging to the Staff{ uf a young Spanish of punning ; bit the benefits resulting{ 'from shot at and wounded. The fire of the Por-
MobluniHn. From the time of
feat i.,,P4ern1 ., Sanchez and Walton; G: Noes. Messrs. commencement i it, will more than! balance tlis account, and Swgucso was now directed to the lirid! o ir.
of the first revolution in (dissection
President i Brown as we advance in civilization, your hard self* but the barrels di cOVt'J'd
B t' Bright, Dunlap, Howard, as were not ,
of which birth the fame
Sr *.... Ctnnn; *' muJ the hill country gave to ;fisted forcible punsters will retreat, like thertrt after a time it ceased and fii'ih aij-
Tr" was lost. or 11.:" oint. ur .I.--J..y. V'_.......;. Pnrrlan ; a sapper i
'An Act to the Bank oHVcsfFlorida. : s.-'ilr-rs of the forp f Hof ir a lipttfir
been like! the
there lias no less :han s-veti differentJltgs vnnrinct others, attached a aaas-nro.
."-"An Act. to incorporate the Dank;, displayed! ut different linioswith iheusual I class. Every thing in progressive. The 70 yards long, to the bi-.rroN.; :
of Floridaand "A Act names of Rogers, Ptrr<< Murbury will "At o'clock
n to provide for j in the mnrning! ; tit bolo
case of concest."Previous : .
diubtlcs-s! be famous'; in Liffraif.it
the erection of Mills and other f as : as any
Water Machines \vas completed, and a< the [French kept very
to the first expedition which
of the !best illi'stntcrsof the H.liah Langua
PASSED. : : the
were b quiet, Portugue'sc remained tranquil amj
passed through this place, and o* which:
The House went into consideration of a Gen. Gultierez g-t' unsuspicious. Brochard had; ) calculated! tint:
communication for the Governor, and it was afterwards was appointed commanderbnt I (propose to furnish! two ordinal, puns, I the effect of four'lparrrs! exploding{ totrother
in his
p T ; decided,-that under existing laws of the the traitor superseded Tolado commandby (wc'tfcly in one l'I1Sfbul itiouyly in ang- I 1 would destroy the! Portuguese "Vrftrencli.: .

clrip .. Territory, in tho opinion of this House, the. Nacogdoches was a village, through of considerable intrigue, then) if it so be that thny c-m bo forced into inputs, and burn the cord! a'.uelird! : to their

c.fJUrue ti Executive has no right to appoint a nonresident importance : since then it has passed through'' the ribs, I beg pardon, columns of your pj- mine. The oven proved that he wr.s rill;

1 tt Monroo, County, to till the Office of every vicissitude of fortune, and at the time I .per. Here is a specimen ; 'for a thick fog arising about three oVIack: ,

-PeutNf Auctioneer therein. evacuated: by tht Fiedonwns enly containedfive I No. 1. One of the Fraternityseeing two I. thc sausage was fired, and the rxp r'tsia? ? 1

t Monday, l6th Novcmbtr.jMessrs. or six i houses, and one small store._ Apothecaries{ walking together, one of I: made a largo breach. Broch mlvh! :: hi;

L Sanchez and Walton, were rd Jed Within less than three years: about one whom had! a pot under tits arm, exclaimed, !; sappers; instantly: jumped on to lc! brSdjy: ,

1 trh..ny ,to the Committee on Schools and Cope es. hundred and twenty five houses have been A-Pot-he-carries (Apothecaries !) I throw water: into the ninrctit, away all OtJ1-!;

t tt ** Act to incorporate the town of \\ cst erected, of rough constructionmany of them N x 2. A man' by, the name of Rhap, beingon cles, and fplloxved by a column"of; grenadiers : -

to t..- Point," Appol:ichicola Bay ; and An Act to however are very comfortable, and the country his death bed, indulged in some inro- :, was iat the other side before tho

' uP,,* alter and change the time of holding County ( in he vicinity is settling very rapidly hrrent expressions ; one of the fraternity smoke cleared away. Tho grenadier? fining -

.;: ttf Ih.I : nl. Courts in the Counties of Walton and Wash- with inhabitants, principally from the United being 5sked what be thought of them, said supported by other troops, not only inn

11,1 or. ington" were PASSED.Mr. States of America. The inhabitants of Alas 1 Rltlp-su-dieslihapsodics.) suburb, but the camp on the hcieht behind

I "' 1J Dunlap from the Committee to whom I the lown probably amount to about 630, exclusive I am trulie yours. were carried without a check' and the Por-

L p,.. there referred the the report of the Commis- of the military, of whom there is 260 It's'straG e that nearly till ad- tuguese dispersing, fled ever the mountain
,," sioner of the City Tallahassee and the resolutions stationed here under the command of Col. enough ction our The execution of Captain! Broch.ird's: bold,
rerbly truth
cxpresstursoftft siucer-
relating to the building of the Cap Pcdras, It likewise contains 3 stores, a &c. &.c. end in lie. ingenious and successful'; project, cost only
ity, a
itol ; made a report.A Post Office, 1 tannery, with a considerable! seven or eight men, killed, while IK tIC former -
nomination received from the Go- shoe manufactory attached to it : l'sad ltr's; Yours a-gain ; asto the\ gain futile attempts above 180 men, besides
1 1t vernor and c-.ufirmed.-\'iz JOSEPH DELES. 3 blacksmith shops ; 1 silver and gunsmith that: may be doublet! ivwy engineers and artillery olB %ers,' hud

WE, Presiding Justice of St. John's shop ; 1 hatter ; 2 bakers ; 1 coiifectiotif ; Yours always, thai is alien. It is, however, a singular fret, that

County. 2 tailors ; 2 wagon makers .; aud 2 .public On highways, 6ye-ways, raii-rrays Y and Ica here was a practicable tirlllWar the tJri.1 l lZ-,
"An Act to suppress Duelling and for o- houses. nal-way!'. I unguarded and apparently unknown to both

:her purposes" was read a third time and lost. I am -attDays-aud of tl I1! ides: ,"

-Ayes : Messrs. Bright, Brown, Dunlap, The Boston papers state that the monument to the woys for ending a letter this is the best way" -

Howard, Hunt, Love, Stone ; -Noes, late JOHN ADAM3second! President: of the United Job 1'obb. ANOTHER SPANISH INVASION:.

Messrs President, Braddock, D Mitchell! States which'hat been preparing hj the direction of 1 A postscript in the New York J Journal f

F.fjp.< Owens, Ross, Sanchez and Walton; '8. leis son JOH QUINCE ADAMS has been erected in Appointments by the President I Commerce, contains the following! intelligence

! !tl tt tt the Congregational Church at Uuincy.MasKachiisett! *. JOHN (.iEoifQc ScitwAuz, to 1 lo Consul of confirmatory of tho report received afor
JUSTICE EVADED.-A man named The following inscriptions.so elegantly and classically the United States at Vienna in tho Austrian t days since, via New Orleans of tho

Chaplin was lately arrested at Maninsburg, written do as much honor to the heart of John Quincy Empire. I I lauding of another Spanish army in tho territory

Itr. Va. for passing counterfeit bills on the Far Adamu a. to the illustrious dead whose virtues they JAMES LEXOX KLXNP.DT, of Mrw Yoik, I. of Mexico.-It will doubtless speedily

mers' Bank of Virg: -nh. The Martinsbnrg commemorate. Throughout his life John Quincy. to be Consul of the United States for the, partake of the same fate which betel Bra

II Gazette rhus describe: the occurrence at his I Adams bas displayed tho character of a dutiful son. Ports of Gaayiim, Mwttan anil: San'lH!::*. das at Tampico

.f&minatkm, J l His attach cnt to his honored father II in idle :"' .
> Star warm 9tr j m ; "It would SQera that. : !Tt.::1 rotjort. uf a bn'jr


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the .ug 3?:3r. cs't cf .) r .\ \ TJO
> v.s Notice.
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yi .ullis: w-ls anti' ftn.ued.: l The V( J otC MARIA COKLOVA. 1 .

f' iic10. SeptenibtT 1:1 sivsv ]\ly rapid arrival in this AT at election held in this: City on Monday the :
Nov. 180, for nn Alderman t.. fill a vacancy I
attibtu'ued 10 aunxum to uentevelit= have .alarm
\ arc
\ occasioned 1 the i iI
resignation of John Campbell Esq.
j.'jl the enemy h :s':1.tdl r his : is ever done of impor John Jerriion Jr. was duly elected, I BY THE PRESIDENTOF

tlt.l arcs of list l'.teilic: and ILK JiM I with the quietness; of or- I John Jerrison. I II TIIE f
d! in the State of o aj in principles of
.-,1! ,t i'ort Arsj my I Mayor.
1 ( v .;-.VIM;; as far: ..1P ohiili} -.bout ( 'fore 'IH despair at the con i "ens.icola, Nov HII! 19 iTO I United States.
Tin- number! or General Bolivar who
1'431 U j'ci: City. I dpi 1 -
;; not a,('f'rtaincd.! Lat ;ud.iii!: ; front i Republic, I determined \\ice ise.re.. y Given, I pursuance of law, If ANDREW JACKSow,

!iui'u: i i.. that : and' freemen in order to rica do hereby declare and make known,
h.' Ou:' own i .: James Packer iSllt.'Rrl, and that letters ,
forcevis oIly: mto.nl; to create a tiol1s views, and restore tbe THAT lministratinn on his estate have been I that a public sale will be held at the Land

r/o'.ii: tin'1 |IIIIC". ::;';!'. ,point: of attack. I I nation. I had prepared wranie1'' the* Subscriber. All peisons indebted lo Office, at Tallahassee, in the Territory of
when the alarm the estate ate 'eqursted to make immediate payment Florida the first '
iju l as ii m..I". the CMHJ unit-lit has : ( thing, and i on Monday in February
these indebted
the ii ,
whom to
nu.t ertk'u lit me. >1 II!,...> *''r tiie Iii(-:: j I.i me in this city by a Chief their clainis: lit wiiJ.in the estate lime prescribed by next, for the disposal of the Public Land'ssituated

of tbls! pu-cious coiMicnt: ?:nd CMS i : in doing so, (bought only to present aw. : within the limits of tbe undermen

)roh.ihlr! the new in\adeis ba\e ( has in truth, saved me from James! Fiulay, tioned townships and fractional townships .
antiluitt. ,.,) : which the sudden transition to wit :
I:u'u'1 lv (! i II Administrator,
El Censor of tbe: s'n!(' d.itr; si.ys: : I cf'l cC slavery to the liber! P nsacnla "524. 182S {),-38--f. North of the base line and West of the

We. know t tb.u bis llAcellcii.'y : certainly! present. Meridian.

IVe.sideJii b.is leioivrd orders at I cforc, i find myself in the nf yi\Y' a\e. .
I desired in order to com- Township two, of range twenty-two.
lliiain.intin descend (
in ; to
niwrters, IlAT.l. cxp lie for sale, for ready Money, nt
I work of liber I Townships one, two, three, four and five,
arm to .J.dap't: but fiviu tbe above i restrring our H'" Cii i! use in Mariana Jackson c<>wnlynilirTnst
I ;+ the rule of General Bo ill December next, .u S'ro' of range twenty-three
vqb'thclrh:(' b;:> p i+)b..by! lecehed y i u.3. one
a\'owed-al1d the disa! boy named Townships one, four and five, of range
[ ..h.nc ll lioni \vbence
rrv; .ec'd 10 ; i,
sjrj'.Hir O.t'.tcl: .tI.d I tbit Slate m :; .iiattbe. proclaimed iu the m mmu twenty-four.
I uiih all due solemnities! Townships one, three, four and five, of
nC'tl.I The property of Koliert S. Scott, to satisfy sundry '
AS he b.is en'.'r y and activity, we I. lighted up in ibis pro- Executions in favor of sundry peisoni. range twenty-five.
from 8 !( with electric rapidity to iho Sale between the usual hours prescribed by law- Townships three, four and five, of range
;hti tofc.u no only or ,
+ ;
'. the whole Re- W. S. Mooring, twenty-six.
hnN from 40 or :;Ot\OO., I '
: nor even
ion cannot be more stron.!ly 'I : flame is burning in the Shf Jackson County. Townships two, three, four and five, of

honest Colom ian. In a October ir; :h, 1820. range twenty-seven. -
s;rnst so detestable 1 : I :i cause, vnce _________
luMCnificant exceptions' all]l iu; ; I shall: give to tho Fractional township one, of range twenty

;Ileliedetest: tbeSp.m:>h Cjo ( I I I and the objects of the NAVY AGENT'S OFFICE, > eight, West of St. Mary' de Galvez bay.
the mie: :() ,, they arc well under! Pcnsacoln, Nov. 21st, 1829. ) Fracti inal township one, of range twenty
Tbh is prr.lnlJ1y
them in fSlEALED Proposals will be received at eight, East of Blackwater Bay.
uft'l:1.f' the :Fil present a roguhr
.bV h seen O on
,. j was in the direction! of are no other) than whether I this Office until the first day of Januarynext Towns -ips two, three, four and five, of

procre-.liii } a Constitution and Laws- for the supply of the following articles range two tyright.Town.ib'ps .
far from Port Ar.,
ulncb ilrsttr.c\ + is not acosthe very Continent; fr\ ; -rights and liberty. \; of stationary for the use of the Navy on this two, three and four of range

station fur the 1830, to be delivered at '.
-doyou not love them 1. year twenty-nin
Pert in; south : !
CJ 1t7. to \nsd, ( a I -
exceed '30 o- tOO : do, and theiefore I count the Navy Yard, lensacoII"iz : Township one, of range thirty-one.
rection,) Cuimol of organization of the govern- 30 Reams Foolscap Paper Tuwnships three, fuur, and five, of range
A Vcr Ciuz dale I7lb Sept. ix
.. ) and and SO ditto Letter do. thirty two.
..' 3kAC :i '.')'_'_'' in nttemptln to ." { ,
:SjHc.l.uds c from their (' ::") : : of the treasury, will go on 1 do. Feint lines do. Townships four and five, of range thirty

change than that; of the 1 do. naval Post do. I three.
bar of Tnnpic7, to bavo: been opposed to oar operation. 2 doz. 2 quire Blank Books (half bound) South of the base line and west of tboMeridian.
chiefs! anti ofiicei
?rtO, beetles IMSS val i ? stltl..d at neaily*: I. : system, it only belongs to 4 8 quire do. do. (full bound!) I .

whole Sp-mUh I number! Mexican iroops ( : of the national representa 1 CJio>s fled Tape. I Fractional township one, of range twentyone.

I :im no more than a soldier, 4 Gross Black Ink Powder .
"j"icccs''( 1 y. at l'iUllliCO'Uj0 and rights of social; order and 5 Ibs. L+'tter Wafers (red) Fractional townships one and two, of
<'otle! T.mrnd.s ', .!:::101mttt'! to 10 (!;)
IIdldl and I man.-AlltioCJllf'1I0S Live 5 Ibs. Note do. (do.) range twentythree.Fractional .
unltt.% ol'trtlllt ,
: r jion ol (,',;cola Long live Li ]10 Ibs. Red Sealing Wax- townships, one and two, of
ordeied l to irturnv.c.: \eiy
nd 'irticient to -dio\v WIlt; the 3000 QnilKi. range twenty-four.
; E MARIA CORDOVA. 12 dO/. Black Lead Pencils Township one, of range twenty five.
able tcculii111i,1L"4ore } .
-- 2 (I oz. Red do. Township on t, of range tt?entY six.
City on UeJieciay last by
Troul'>'lt\s in *, Mr. THOMAS COOPI.R 200 Slate Pencils, Fractional township two, of range t\\'cntj

i Virginia; toIi.: ...., HAR 1 doz. Boxes Paints, Reeves:: Water co- six.
Bv the >th r. 1'ha(1tlctlsfrntu: f E PARSONS of \\asliiiigton! lours assorted Fractional and
townships one two, c f
the 7th of October have I Ii
papers 10 12 doz. Camel I Hair Pencils assorted, twenty-seven.
ci'ived at New York, which apprize i = range
JList.: 4 doz. Pen Knives, Fractional townships one and two, of
of the
revolt by one military )
new a1ag 2 doz. Cot is Inkstands, range twenty-eight, East of Pensacola and
( loya. ,
th Jlltr'G'llCr.il or+
,i tt ( :;! onus"r 1 doz. Box Wood Sand Boxes. Escambia and of the of
made and uunx a translation of his \; 11M.1CO1 \ bays, west Bay St..
I .... 7 Nautical Alnnnacks each for 1830 Mary de Galvez.Fractional .
Itl'uiOI1. An Extra, of 5b: of
t AHUI i v CiT.
and 1831. township one of
intelliircMic! range twenty
(:naiagcn tint I IrpP'i1
iec ':ved l, s-sys from Uojrota, of Schr: Emerald, Lewis, St. 23 Sheets Imperial Drawing Paper. eight, East of Blackwater bay. .

iiovii's rebellion in Antioq-ua, l :2.> do. Double Elephant do. Fractions of townships one and two, of

: that the result of it \\' i I Maria, Baker, Tampa Bay. 1 doz. Wafer Seals, range twenty-nine, East and West of Escaiiibia -
\Va: iin; tol;, Swam: MIIJJ- 2 Ibs. India Rubber. bay.Township.
The .
ill ibo Capitol 1, I
hiio-Aii the mister.SAILED Samples of each article together with their one, of range thirty.Fractional .
Snfe considered J t it a.* a insh I (' )
out other prob. bad (' ;::, I prices to accompany the proposal ; bond and township two, of range thirty

than any such::.; (may bef-dl the pi ounce Schr : M Aria, Baker, Now good security will be required for the faithful Fractional townships one and two, of

the! theatre} of his crime. It is also ; $.r. by Saunders &. Le Ba- 1 performance of the contract, and the right to range thirty one. .

on the authority of an officer v. h."> i J. C. & C. C. Ke)sor, and) inciease the quantity of all or a part of the Fractional townships two and three, oF .
articles enumerated as be required will thirty-two-
H'r. may range
deliin after the ocrurrvncctb: tot
-.0 'If 50 persons liul joined (,ore ) I' Bi'.LOW provided for by the contract. South of the base line and East of the
.;, names unknoxrn. Charles P. Tutt, Meridian.
-.r.i'snr v them, no one tt e: -
A C7lt. Townships three, and four of foul
Navy ,
uncr, or cn1)"ideratiun. There \\; ; range %
iuciMly! no tipptchcnsion: cnt rt1i; iee. The Louisiana Advcrti-aer nnd Mobile C"mtnercial Fractional township five, of lange five.Townships .
Ht'gi-tcr. will insert the above advertisement one and two, of six.
tjoin of the revolt's spreading: as interested in iKe Estate nf John
iencef it bl: only excucd co :, >asp(], air hereby "uifi".llhalllu'I until January, and forward tbeir accounts to the Oft Townships two, three and eight of rangeten.

perpe-r--tor) of so nuf.irioir; an ) !: I of the CVunty Court will (Ix-I ro of the Possacola Juzettp f,r payment.Menagerie .
the better on said I'.etato, jitiisuiiiil n> an Fractional townships two, three and four,
ienviivj. capital tranquil as .
the Presiding gage of the
\ and
townships five and ten, of eleven.
tilt ( range
measures taken by \ persons having any ,4cinaiid
rntiif cor.fmnity with those adopt+ ; : will present tucm: without M1IONDAYthe31)thnstant, (and for three Fractional townships four and five, and

'Pref;'et of tlus: Disirici.: A second i ON following; ) will be exhibited in PCll!!
. ()ih October, gives the further jHt II. G. Ramsay, la a very choice collection of Fractional townships five and )f

from Oof! lIta, that a dispatch had Clerk. FO\tE\GN lXL range thirteen.

ceived from Colonel Urdan'tcst;+ ,_Ortnbprfth. ts !)- 33lf.:. The townships and fractional townshipswill
They consist in part nf theZEBRA be
in the order above
tempt to aiTj-st Cijnlovn, hip ; \* IW) -l 1u1)l \J. designated,
(It>r Cordova, and his hn>ther-in l beginning with the lowest number of Section .
ran l be accommoda
(juvcno; r of be Province, the: only} boarding Itv the subscriber in each. _
rr; of the cnh |,rizp. Cordova on A.n. !\nialo t.vY. ,..t..3 1l..on"'l.to.1 t The lands reserved by law for the use of

\%,iap|. v/ed of tbeir project, \'; James Pendleton, A\ Ecvuvuvu .l\1tl Allah Jamb, schools, or for other purposes, will be excluded A,.

on I\leilflla, when the inhabitants: 1 jOiti. lOtl. 1S2!>.-:;!) .1m. from sale

ciitinn of lib: protecting: their Hvcs Notice \ \H.o Aveibiaii Ctxiw ls, Given under my hand at the City of
and Col. !
j,c/iVt. admitted hint, Province 'f\\ air: \c .u Leo hard, Washington, this fifth day of October
jli'd;;:: to IIMV the ; ; Y GIVEN, A. D. 1829. '

jVo.ii Col. lTidanete wasfrom \: \i } THAT this suit has been ''lor'11'1'J {:wit\\ 1lel' V U\\g) ANDREW: JACKSON.By .
St''ptember} c he was delayed '!' \ j in iiiiitcd by attachment in I
to e d;.lil' a smull Jcu'rbnu ot 10 !j 1's, the Superior Cotui E cml- 'r e \ .C'k\\'Vi of Stmtiiirca Ame- the President :
I uf I bin County. Thedeffii.lant!
oflTucr wwsscnt by Coidov ito "O ; ] and nil other persons inte- &t. GEORGE GRAHAM..

:vlvs of tll.t imiiortJint point on I required to appear, and plead to AT 11 AND 3 O'CLOCK OK EACH OF SAID DAYS Commissioner of the General Land
Jem, at the mouth! of the river of : 1 I I o .

nauii Col. Urdan"' te says the B. D. Wrlrrllt. Dandy Jack October 9, 1829-tds.

dova il.)es not sum 43: militia, Attornryfur hai1il!U(:
30 h 1F2 > will go through his amusing performances on LIs
his O\vn i ::.mediate retainers and ; J.-3! -tf. -

brother, :and engages with 200 I Notice 1Pbl.fltm( A FRESH S11PPJ.Y

pu! an end to the treason. A Immediately[ after which the KEEPER : OF Fashionable SUMMER CLOTHING. JllIt

700et lrans, under the command t t I GIVEN, of the Animals will enter the respective armed and for stile hy (he Jnderifcued! .

eral 0'Le srv', was immediately THAT this suit has been instituted -. I cages of the Lion and Lioness. CONSISTING OF '
looms and entire confidence is by attachment in the Superior
from 10 A. M. until 4 P. M.
Hoars of Exhibition, Black, Brown
that ibis movement of Cordova i idi Court F.Hcatnbia County. and Green Bombaxer
i The Defendant stud all other:per- Admittance 50 cents. Children under half Coatees and Frock Coats
Ar. I. Omer ,
>wn at oucc.- \ Boas interested are hereby requir- price.
J Angola, Circassian, and French Linen do. with
1829.NO'rICE.. a
from plead to the Declaration. Penlfic"}". i2Olhr\
The following! extract variety of -
a date uiiteiior to the news of B. D. WrightAttoracy .

bcilion: .. for Plaintiff I. PANTALOONS &, VESTS
; the eighth day
301I.1182U--, ON Saturday twenty
Eiiract of a lcttrrdctcd Bogota of November ueit-wilt: be sold at suitable for the sraion.

'.'.''l' have no news of unit :It : NOTICE. a West Point, Appolachicoln Bay, ore White and Brown French linen, drilling, Canon
Grass, Bombateen and Fancy
tiunynqml has been surrendered BE ,

lombians, and! a general armistice House in Mariana, on the First known as the property of Nathaniel Holmes late of IACK TS.
lit tWf>ell them and tile December next, the following Kailv County and state Georgia, deceased.<<

their commissioners assemble to ; N. M'Bryde, Fine, plain, and 1 frilled linen shirts; Black Kalian -
aged 45 years, Administrator.July cravats and stocks ; silk pocket handkerchiefs,
jjeare. The Congress is to nit'el silk and cotton Hosiery ; black horse-skin, Beaver

to give H C nst lulion. Some .... ( 35 .years. ; 30th 1829-28, and linen gloves ; silk, cotton and wonted suspenders -
already taken with the troops U* months ; ; black,white and seal hats, of fine qualies -

tar Empeor: ; !but the partisans \ years, and NoticeIs nad latest fashion, with a general supply of

aware of the impossibility, by tbQ old. Given BOOTSAND
years Hereby
of all the people, not only to tint, James F. Kti&, to satisfy sundry .
Presidency for t life ; and wow : \ favor Thomas Russ levied and THAT aii week from this day I shaft apply la's 4Iii Iiid1t I.

are fr m>int;
sclent i fur ten years, re-eligible I the hours prescribed by THW.W. Samuel T.- nier, deceased. c.J.
A. Nun O'Neill
period for ten, wiih pl \vcr S. Mooring, Honry :n.t.:1J y.s can be, to the dictatorial 1 9-G -6' rCI"'Plcn: No' ". 2011, t9"+.-3 9.(jr ti re.n.at,91a..ltal1 1S29.-UU:, -


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N\'t1C11. I j. D. \VR, &TCOTTJR. Administrator's Notice. I. AI.BItIGB T'S

Tan Election held io this Ci'y, on Wednesday CONTEMPLATES practising Law in all the ISAAC ITITMAN Senr. has applied to me for COLUMBIAN SYRUP.

A ihe 21st October, 1829, fur an Alderman Courts oi Florida, that he can conveniently altei da of Administration on the estate of
tofu of audrCII, Geoige Keith drreased. These are io notify those REMEDY which has raved itself superior
a vacancy occasioned InC the resignation Communications by mad will reach linn if A to
>> concerned that after six weeks I hall letters. Swaim's any of the Panaceas
S. } Haxies Esq Juhn 1) Hill was duly elected. ed CO TALLAHASSEE. grant for the cure
John Jerrison Pensacola. Oct. 10. 1829374t. 'Thos.\ Bush, ol the following\ diseases, vis\ :

NECROSIS, (or affection of
the bones,) KING'S
P. J. C. C. 11: C.lIoln1t.s'Val1.v .
Mayor. N \)'r1 \'je EVIL (or SCROFULA.) WHITI SWKLLISC
Peosaoola, 221 Oct. I82>>.38-4t. Anust' ; Hih. IS29-2U--6t. ;
my temporary absence from Pensa- CANCEROUS, and inveterate ULCERS ;

I DURING. J Y. CKUZAT is my author iced agent LIVER and BILIOUS COMPLAINTS ;

FOR SALE and Attorney in fact. COl"FEE: I RHEUMATIC affccticils oflbe.head. k SYSTEM

CHARLES CRUZA 1' generally ;
A Pensacola, Oct. 8th, 1&>9-37-4i. WHISKEY, : ULCERS of the MOUTH and THROAT.SYPHILIS .

NEW FRAME BVIr.DI1\7G.: NOTICE PORTER:: I improper use ,of and MERCURY.As all( other diseases. arising in the

four Rooms, with a Kitchen, the ALE &
CONTAINING a general depuratieatticle. or dfftr.
Pensacsla PE-
in, situated No. 9, Secretary DURING my absence. from Mr. f'rofille
blood, this remedy invaluable
Street, near the Navy Yard. Pcisessi to be had is my Agent and Attorney in CIDER.ccl improves the appetite, and has also the ponrrs-

on apply the to 1st. January next. For further, particulars tact.All persons indebted ta me nre earnestly solicited Bags St. Domingo and Havana of depriving the sin!: of that yt lion reniatkableeflect bilious
tint hich is so common.. biliom"
to settle without delay ; and ell just demands conMilntiuiu.
G CO. W. Barklc J. ALBRIGHTPhiladelphia.
Y against me will be paid on presentation. Cofiee rJjF1FTY

Pensacola' Oct. 26ih, IB'JO.-38-tf W. Ilasell Hunt. .
BARRELSRYE The proprietor, in ctrl ring his "CotusiBuw
'ot1'ce.1S 1\ 1 e\) 4 \i'V ", Pensacola, 28th Sept189.: .-33-3i. St nur" to the public, fuinil.< g a few of the went

IX weeks from this date, will apply for letters of WHISKEY remarkable cities, lIe I I or flied by tie fame in test iniony -
S of it* hupcnor It mt'di..IIJf'\\l iS, as given
administration on the estate of John Speiden, Givenh him
deceased One hundred and Fifty Boxes by respectable persons residing in different parts
of the United Stales
us n ji.sl merit due to the
ANN SPEIDEN. not pay any debts my wilv Kaciiei Gay lei may PORTER ALE & CIDER. same, as well as being the tnriins of conveying to
Pensacola, 28th October, 1829: 38fit.Notice. contract. their! fdloen'alUIrs who ate siniilaily! afflicted
l' U Ii ALE HYVanbaun *
John ( and cflei lual
juyler.Escamhia sure, speedy remedy-aware. that

County, Florida, ) and Wilson, many medicines ate at tbi time distributed about

September loth, ics J.-J4-tf. > Pensarola! November 17ib 1828 the (country held faith to clue diseases, upnn
which lacy have not the slightest iuflut'nce.lome
IKPAKTMfcNT: OF fcTA'I., /( Pensacolu Gazette Reading Room. of which they had tried pu-virws to the tine of the
at the expiration C six weeks from this Washingttin io.n August, Ib2! J syrup, ag may be set-it hy their own aite&tatons.

THAT I shall apply to the Honorable, the /T: \IIE Proprietors ol all w twsl.apt is tiv tiiktiij QIFfXHE I Proprietor ofthe Pensacola Gazette has 'j hl' medicine is so highly reputed by some of the

Count Court of Escam\iia, for letleis ol Administration C i IoJ Ihi| D.'paitmcnt ate requested to dintoiiliu.ie ri opened I a pS'yskianfc: for the cure various diseases, that to
upon the Estalt of Patrick 'real deceased. sending the same after the first day of October the proprietor's own knowledge, ten gentlemen of
James inlay. next-a,( t lo rend.- their counts lo thai READING ROOM the medical l faculty were induced to try it in diseases .
that r to which they themselves had been subject
notice is hereby given nop ,
Penwcola, 15th Oct. 1829-38-6t date. Anti for after that tin.+ except such ti inhy where Papeis from eveiy past of the United States and found great benefit from its use ; cue particularly
.. -- will be Paid uboCiibed foi subsequent lo this I ate reul.+lly receivedaud, filed imin ditttely after residing Allentown" .. N. J whose Notice, isTO 1lereb y l iven, be specially the arrival of the l\hll. was; threatened b y a scveir attack of liver com.

notice W1\1 COVENTRY H. WAD UELI.., Agent. TERMS.Eight pUint, which had previously resisted his own treat
all whom il may concern that M.+riane of the Laws ol n-p I.sl Srwun of meat, was in the course ofn few weeks restoredto
is dead, alter having duly mule and The publisher to publish fix above noticethreo Dollars per annum, payable in advance. the enjoyment of perfect health,
published a last Will and Testament, uheieiii she Congress are and requested forward their aicom.i*' lot betilement. For the accommodation of those Gentlemen The accounts nhhh h have been received from

appointed the subscriber Executor, who has quali times, Aug. 27-31. whose slay in the "My may be uncertain, subsetiptiont agent iw different torts of the Union, speaking of

Led und tttkpn upon iiun>ell the execution ineieul. ._ will be received monthly, at one Dollar per the good effects produced I.y the syrup, Are sufficient .
All persons indebted :o me estate aie requested to month. I to compile at this time an octavo volunre ofdpw'ards
snake immediate payment aria those to "whom the NOTICE. Subsetibers! to have the privilege of introducing of two hundred pages tu enumerate: all\

tlateis iudebtedlo present their claims for payment Underoigueii hi. received instructions to gfnn-el stranprrs pialis.elf'sabscriptions the cures
/'RHC : I
wjlhiu the time pi escribed by Law. -:J[ prevent or punish the cutting ol valuable [ are now received at the Reading i The doses of the Coin nib Fan Syrup," are judiciously

JOHN DE LA RUA. limber, upon the Public Lands. These instructinns :Room. II pioportionetl, and ndapttti' to Ihe nee and

Adtifiiiistr ator. extend not only to Live Oak and Cedar, but : stiength of the human system. It is so perfectly

Pensacola. October 9th, 1829.SUPERIOR le''TimHerofeverydrscriptrun aiteute>m I he Tub-, KiRCHWASSER &0.I innoctnt, that no evil er.ecls need be apprehendedfrom

i ... II I I lie Land, f.rr the .purpose of Shipping for the use<< oil Sdi; (ty the Subscriber, lately received ; it, when taken agreeably to the directions.
COURT of Saw Mills Jtr." It is to be nndei stood however I F .'10111 New Orleans.KiichwHRser It may be given without any apprehension to the

OF THEtrTL that, the instructions d not apply to timber uvnl for (of the Black Forest,) most tender infant or feeble adult.
fuel 1 or fur plantation uipo-'' s.cnj. Champaigne, (Sparkling) MEDICAL RLCOSTMLVDATORY: NOTICE.

\JVSTVUCT. D. Wright, Gupnoiei: d'AIIe.1I (Ktench Cherry Cordial,) Having iccoHimended the use of J. Albright's
S. >]imcarlVine, best quality, COLUMBIAN: SYKUP" in my own private practice
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVE Attorney. Jjoidcaux Oil, for nearly tw. years, and having witnessed its decided
Pensaroln, 7th Nov. 1828-3 >--if. White Wine Vinegar, efficacy in many cases which had previously l
the Term of the United 'Slates'! butric: resisted (hi; usual remedies. I now with much pleasure

THAT Supetior Com! of West 1 .Jlida' appointed TO THE :PB.IL..Tti: ttal J. Pescay. give my testimony in its favour, and will quotea

:to be held in the City of Penaacola on ihe Pensacola, HilhI:=...II. 1829. frw of/ the most remarkable cures performed.

1st.oa tol \ \)\ei\\\} ,Y OF THE UNITED STATES. the same which came unites my notice.
lf-KF late the prices of all the n.Httnals used inJP Mr. John Hinckle'g son, of Abingtnn township,
next is Postponed until the Fla: T MONDAY of making Flint ing Types, havbeen gltrtllyrClhlct I LOIHIN iCr.HATS Montgomery comity, Pa. of ulferatiun of the mouth

Peetnber next. >tl and the facility l ot uiai.uf'iiliiiing IP: I aC- and throat and violrnt inflammation of the eyes

By order of the Hon 71 M. Brarkenridge. Judgeof ly iuca d(;!>f'lJ. Subscribes: tll'l dUI" has Inewinduttd BOOTS AND SIIOEg. lure disease! had destroy d the soft parts of the
the Snperiar Court of the Wtslein: District of to make a proporiioimble reduction in the throat and roof of the mouth that it laid bare

Florida. prices, which, from the fuel 01 April have been us 3.0'NElLL'IIJ I the bones and made its way into the nose.-Mrs.

W. Ilasell Hunt stated in the annexed: list. Mary Peterson, of Wilmington, Del of confirmed
The character cf Ihe T.} pe made at this Foundiy I \8 just I ec'j iVf"da fashionable assortment of Scrofula, uRdu which she laboured nearly three
: CLERK. llJ4.. W inter iiiid :5jM ti.g Stir had extensive scrofulous liberations
is well known to the 1'radeto! itre :ts lIlt.d that years.
.Peusa\1', tfit October 18293611mdNOTICE. repai.l to the qu.ilily ul'ruelnl, finioh, and ( on the left side of the neck down to her breast ; the
in : : O'r !1CD
l/& durubtlitv 1It1 (rtevriiiun 11"11 Yt'eu 'n. 'v.He breast very much\ enlarged ; her left arm swollen
ha. hand complete asMii tment, and ran t which and useless, and her head on the affected side re
on a he wflc-is for sale low for Cash
dining on the shoulder and violent pain in her
quantity on a shell notin- ; he will be
Subscriber tesiamentory exeeutnrof the supply to any receive the ouU-i-ol his customeis.wli'n, I h AJlhYli11"1111 ARE; system. General Thomas Snyder, of Rheumatic
THE Ynigo Garcia request those who have happv ill 'hnve immediate ntlinlioii. Mt-tch.ints who Black, blue, blown and uiivc dress and frock so- affection of the head, followed by an obstruction of

claims against the said estate to pieseut their accounts 'have bidets from abroad, canl'e on:cps complete pei fine duch. I. the nostrils ; severe pain in the upper jaw, eittend-
indebted to the from the nose over the cheek bones the cheukc
for payment ; tnose wi'd thii' fur a' j tug ;
with every necessary
piestei COATS & rt .1l1TALOONS.Baub
settle within the shortest delay.ANTONIO. exhibiting high sate of tmmRcion.-l\Jr. Valentine
tame to Lst ibli:.hin nif set in tl.e mist per'eci i
I POL. Prinlill h. i. up cold, csn"..iiiet, tiriPing, and Circassian do I Boraef of ulceration of the left nostril, obstiuction .

Pensacola,October 14, 1B29-37tf. mnHiier.Pubhiners are requested! to give this advertisement V ESTS I of the same ; loss! of smell difficulty of
I breathing, and severe pain of the system-Ml.
their a few times to le-
---- R pare! in papers plain lilac I. i\neI1i nn d silk velvet, valenlia, toili Music 's wife, son and daughter: Mrs Musirk of
in or in the selllemcntof
dollars Tj -
NOTICE is IIERBBrGIJrE.J.V.fRHAT ceivepity mint, 2 re I Chronic Rheumatism, with uhith she had upelainictt.tt \
their accounts.Richard. net, fa lit y' and plain bilk, blue: and black cloth. t
( the Term of the Uiiii'-d States Supeiiiij Ronaldson. \\ ih;. a \anetv iif upwards of sixteen years ; her son of scald
head, and daughter of scorbutic nflVclion of the
-| Court for Hitcoiintt of Jackson, appointedto
he held on the first Monday of December n'xt. PRICES.-At "ix monil.s cuv.ii, foi aNti ovc ROUND JACKETS, gum and diSt barge from the left ear.-Stephen

is Postponed to the third Monday of said December paper, or al a discount of 6 per cent for cush.Fnpish I'ine fiilied and plain lush linen Snare's son of carious affection! of the shin ; neatly
the whole of the shin bone destroyed
was together
next. Pearl, per Ib. $1 40 $0 32 SHIRTS :
By older of the lion. II. Siackenridge Judgeof Nonpareil, 0 90 (;eat I'rimer 0 S6DoumV with many ot'the smaller bones of the foot.-Mr.
0 duck} check, cotton and flannel do.DRAWERS. James M'Minn, of liver complaint and asthma
said court. :Minion, 0 70 ) Pica, :J4
P. TARDIFF. Brevier, 0 51; Do. CJ;real Primer, 0 3'i which he had npwaiiis of nine years.-Mis. insert,
of ulcerated sore mouth and throat, andherda'ughter
0 4i Large; tiller, plain
1829. Burgeois,
Peesacola, 5th Oct.
of r.JoluIH. Besides the diseases .
Long Primer, 0 40 Srahbird and Black Italian silk CRAVATS, above enumerated
Small Pica, 0 38 QQl1tatiul1 i, 0 30 plain and fancy do. I prescribed the Syrup with great success
GOSIIEN BUTTER &c. Pica. 0 30 I Silk Handkerchief! (J'oves.' ilo.iriy, sniped Suspenders in mercurial cases and secondary syphilis.In .

The prices of otH'r! r description of Types! are proportion Hats and Caps| I giving this testimony of the merits of the
Best Goshen Butter.FamilyFlour "
Columbian Syrup I have divested my language

.. -w i in half Bbls. Old Type ably reduced.received in payment al !9 cents per lb.TO BOOTS ri I er.tiiely of technical terms the belles to be under.
PONCHO TEA, J A.Y/.J derstood by those, to whom it is intended to conveyits
Cranberries.Best I At: ...... .6iJ fleets. The length of timetle diseases have

TEAS 1'/1. Cincinnati Hams (Gagio- MARINERS.l h 1 SHOES &c. been dissipated convinces MH", thai the cure are

way,) jl \''': Large 1SCYS have been"moored in With Domestic and Piece (aonrls.1'eu ])umaneu/. and it may with propriety be said, thatits .
.... r .. I-'t"f.r" healing qualities rank it among the first rcme.
;. Hall Bl,1s 1-.0. 1lfCJter(>l, thellarhuurof ; .. LIPS of
through Ki.1 tutu for L: ; -- the present day
Half Co best Cincinnati Family Beef, I' Mexico. Vessels! diavting9 fret water, and .I01ir: I. MAYWf, M. D.
Underwood's best asoilcd Pirkleb and Sauces, I' bound lo Mobil Prnsacola, and New Oleans can Philadelphia, March 5. JH !8.

Pine Apple Cheese by observing the following direction pas thiuuirh. I'Y. '\.ll\ S &c U The above mentioned Medicine can be procured
For Sale by the Sulxcrii'pr, at bin Store, Main I lliii Channel I with perfect safely; and thus avord at three dollars per qU1t1 C bottle of it Subscribers J

Street, in front of. the Public Square. Ihe tedious and dangerous navigation of the Julf. I C1'EKllt: J.llnJIJIJ Dlek who will exhibit to any peison tipplvin?, the test,,
: Brandy
J. Pescay. It is recommended lo Musters of Vessels to steer Cllt'lallllC rtitto, ficatfs cf cures alluded\! lo by Doctor Mayweg.Vanbaun .
from Buoy to Buoy, keeping close to them on either i
t'PIHftcoI, Nov 21-, 1828.NOTICE.. l..f'grist do. & Wilson.Pensncola
... hand-They are moored in the deepest water Old Ala-ieim Wines .
and can be distinctly seen horn each other. The' :, 16th JnniMiy 18292BOXES
!' .... bearings ofthe Buoys ate h follows : Old SlM-rry du.
'" I.
uth Proof
.Channel liisliVliskty
' HEREBY given, that at the expiration of : The tilt Buoy at the entrance of the and ,
{ :'is six CLARET .
y w .'L weeks from this dale I shall! apply to the lIon. neatly in the Harbour of Key West beats from
.'. :. I the Light House .n Key West by Compass N. .
County Court of Eicambia for letters of Atlmlnis- .. and Wilson.Pensacoln 1
.. ... nation upon the estate of James Parker, deceased. W. by W.rst, distant 1 mile. > Superior quality,
llth November *
1K 8
i the 1st N. :
2n Buoy bears from Buoy W. by
.. .. James Finlay. North. 200 do. Soap, No. 1.

;. S"r.!.. 1.', 1s2-2-I'. 3rd. Buoy bears from the 2d Buoy, N. W. j NOTICE.THE 2 Pipes dry Malaga Wine

,,.,. North ,
":i. Debates of the Convention. 4th Buoy hears Goo the 3d Buoy. N W. 1-2 North. Coparlneiship !heretofore existing under Sacks of Salt.
film of Haines & Gates is by mutual
e HE Subscribers Lave engaged the services of 6th Buoy on the Bar, bean from the Light-House this day dissolved. These having demand !
t 1 West North WestAiyes!. A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
S. t Jlr. Stunsbury Warljingtonto report for the I on Key against said Firm ,,-iIIpleasl" present them -it ig i

Enquirer tl Convention. The merits ofMr. S. as a Stenographer Key West as there is a board of branch Pilots established will toiler H particular: favor by settling .

Ore known and acknowledged through the Union ; being theit accounts. Foil SALE BY

'S the reporter of the Debates of Congress, fur Mes- The shoaleit water at low water is 10 feet, and Sidney P. Haines II. Michelet.Pensacola
flrl4. Jules & Scaton, of the Xat. Int.V c thought al high water 12 ;.2 feet on the Bar. .

: nucha. Deliberative; Body, as the Convention of Vir- Win. Pinkney, Samuel Gates.The June 25,182y-IJ-tf. ,

ginia, was entitled to the bet StenographervecouI4: business will in future be conducted -
I Superintendant of JJu oys by PKI&TEU WEKKLY, BY
obtain at almost any expence. Samuel Gates who keeps his usual good supply! t
Having announced our inleavion in June laM, to i CUSTOM HOUSE, ) PiMisacoln August 3id. 1829-28tf. JEROME D. MOORE i
i print also some Extra ropier] of the Reports, to bebound i
20 1829. ) !
Key West January ,
up in a volume,,for the full consideration of the RATES OP WHAHTAGET FOR THE PROPRIETOR,

., .r people; we Jl.iuk it nec gary,with the view of ascertaining ":SOL\1-U h y the President and Directors of P\\ \is\\er Or: flic LawsOF
how n.any copies we may venture to strike to Notice to E\ I{ the Wharf Company that after fuse 20lh illsi.the .

circulate a Prospectun; in order that gentlemen who NOTICE was given in Deeember l last following rates will be changed ou all vessels THE 1
desire a ropy, may enter their names. The copies of PUBLIC of Buck* would be received atSt. raying along side the \\ harf. -
he Prospectus will be returned to us by the lt of October Ruse blind dining the year 1829. 1'Iot quantity Per day. VftTXTED STATES,

and will be found in the hands either of Friends; has already been delivered ; bin, inconsequence Vessels of 5 tons & not exceeding; 10 tons $0 60
or Post Maxterein every county of the Sta e. 'fhe flf a surplus quantity having been manufactured at 10 20: 0 75 AND OF THE

work will be neatly printed; and will be solo a< low as the different Yards, it is determined to rl"ceiye1GOO,000 It 20 30) 25 TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. J
it is potiMble to afford it. If any subscriber should object I. 30 40) 75

to its price,we shall not insist upon bit taking it. 40 60
2 00 '
It will be printed in a large octavo, after the form of 4' 60 100 2 25 I5)t.f\tS.

Mr. Nile Weekly Register: in addition for tt.! .- service o' 1829. This quantity Over JOO 150 2 60 FIVE DOLLARS per annum, in advance, if pay

BITA copy of this Advertisement will be sent to every cannot be exceeded: and this public notice is there All uer 160 3 QO ment is deferred six months, SIX DOLLARSwill
Editor in Virginia,and several out of it; who will for enable the of BrickYards On Licensed
given; to every Dray or Cart, 50 cents per be required.
be kind enough to re-puhliuh it; for which favor we to make their arraneements accordingly. month.
will either pay their bills nt sight or offer them an >SZTAdvertisemenuj:: inserted conspicuously at ONE
W. H. Chase Extract from the Minutes
equivalent in a copy of a Work,which should enter into Ii DOLLAR for every fourteen lines e r less, for

thclibrary of every politician. RITCHIE &. COOK. I Captain of Engineers. J. G. Drake, Secretary, the first insertion, and FIFTY CENTS, for eachQatiutlancelonger

Enquirer Ogee Santa Rosa Island, Nov. 1, 1829--39-St. PeuiAc, August 16lh, J8 9.- -.."t. ones by the same rule.

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