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: December 5, 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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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.,: "PEiNSACOLA; SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 1829. No. 42JLaws
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shall hereafter be laid out, shall be cleared shall require repairing, the overseer shall Sec. 19. Be it further enacted, That no

r of Florida. of all trees and brush At least twenty feet give at len t two days notice, to all persons, person shall keep a ferry in this Territory so

II wide, and such limbs of trees, hanging over' subject to work within their respective road as to demand, or receive pay, without aspeci-

t.r. I II the road as may incommode horsemen and divisions, or districts, of the time and placeof \ licence first had & obtained from the couni -

I I' carriages, shall be cut away, and no stumps attendance with such tools; as he may i i ty court of the county, where such ferry may

>r It shall exceed six inches ill height ; all bridges, deem necessary and, if any person subjectto ]I be, and the said court me hereby empowerj -
i or causeways, made, or to he made, over work, as afore-said shall fail to attend j ed on the payment of such sum, as the said

small water courses, swamps, or low lands! agreeably to such notice, together with the court shall deem reasonable, not less than

I shall he made and kept in repair by the slaves, sons, wards and apprentices, owned two and not cxecdirtg twenty dollars for the

hands; subject to work on the roads, where by them, or under them, or under their care for the use of the county, to grant licence to

the s.mu may be necessary, and the mate- and management, they shall be subject to each and every person appl'ing'ho shall be
1 ri.ds; wherewith the same shall be made, maybe !pay a fine of one dollar per day, for every judged suitable for such service by the said

AN ACT taken from any land the most convenientto person so failing to attend, to be recovered of court, for the term of one year from the time

: To amcnil "an ;act concerning Ruads, Highways such causeways and bridges! and shall he such white person failing, and of the goods of giving such licence, to keep a ferry at such

:. and Ferries.Be laid across the road: and be at least fifteen & chattels of the owner, or possessor of such place, as the said court shall judge most proper -

t it enacted In/the. (rrrcrncrand Le isInlirc feet long- well secured and made fast and slave, or slaves, and of the goods; and chattels ; and the court shall state the fare and
Council of the Territory of! Florida, co'credwilh caith. i i i of the father, mother, or guardian, of I ferriage, at tach ferry, for passengers, horses
C That all roads in the several' counties in this 1 Sec. 6. He it further enacted, That it' any white person, mulatto or free negro, I and other creatures, carriages, wagons, carts,

f Territory, that have been laid out, by order j shall be the duty of the county court in each under the age of twenty one years, who shall teams and other things transported, always

of any court according to Lt\v' shall In and:, county to ;appoint one, or more justices of fail to work on any toads, as aforesaid: by having regard to the breadth and situation: of

they] arc hereby, respectively', declared to be I I the peace, in each district whose duty it varrant in action of debt, before any justice I the stream, and the publicity of the ferry

pHilK* roads, and) ll}-t c-)unty courts }in the |j jovenl j shall be to lay oft the :several roads therein, of the peace in the name of the overseer, who } and Provided, always that every person having -

> counties of this Territory, no\v established i I: into road districts, of convenient length: who shall nevertheless be a competent witness: t applied for licence, as aforesaid, shall,

or hereafter to he established, shaH.,i shall make a return of the districts, and the |! against such defaulter, or defaulters, unless before the same shall be granted, give bond

have full! power and; authority! on aim;lication j! number of them, to the next couriiy< court for j| the party making such default shall, within with one, or more sufficient securities, to

to order the laying out of any public} road, !!I said county, and the said; court, on the receipt I ten days thereafter, make such excuse, on the clerk of the county court of the county,

or roads: : throughout their county, when the j I of the said return from said justice, or !I i oath, as may be deemed satisfactory to the wherein such ferry may be, and his successors -

>;me shall, by them} be deemed necessary justices, shall; at the same term proceed to ;I j I overseer, and Provided, also l that! no justice in oflice such sum as the said court shall

and} to discontinue such public roads appoint one fit person being: a householder: 1 t I i[ of the peace shall be authorized so issue a order, conditioned for the faithful performance -

i as now are, or hereafter shall he found in each:1 district or road 1 division (as; overseer: ))1 j warrant, as aforesaid, without satisfactory: of the duties of his station. .

useless, burthensome, or inc.,menient, and and the] clerk of the county court shall, within I i proof being first made, that the notice required Sec. 20. Be it further enacted; That if

t alter the roads now, or hereafter to be established j i I I twelve days after the; appointment of the i ( by this act was duly served Provided, any person licenced to keep a ferry, shall on

] <\crsc'crs, as aforesaid:: to the several 1 dis- however, that if any defaulter succeed on the being tendered !his lawful compensation, refuse

Sec. :2. Be further,. mail d, Tint whenever .iic --, notify them of their appointn} and I trial, the cost shall be paid out of the fines, or neglect without a reasonable and law

a petition shall be presented: to the it shall moreover be the duty of the justice, or forfeiture':, incurred under the provisions ful cause to cross any person, his horse, cat-

county court, signed i by twelve, or more, or justices of the peace, living out the road of ibis act. tle, carriage, brutes, or property, in a convenient -
liutiieholdeis\ inhabitantof the county, (livisions; in his, or their ilistricts: from time Sec. 13. lie it further enacted, That when time after such application, such ferrymen -

I!I praying: for the establishment of a }public} time, to apportion! the peisons therein subjeCt :1 any person shall be desirous of removing anyroad shall for every delay of thirty minutes

i road: from a ceri.iin pi ire therein-necified: to woikon" said road, in swh manner, I'j 1 fin private convenience, such person forfeit and pay the sum of not less than two,

it shall be' the duty of Mich touit thereupon, Hid such! portions as they shall! deem .just I shall: petition the county court for leave to nor more than twenty dollars to the person

if the petition} shall aj>pear icasonahle, to Hid etjuitable, ren.irding: as far as }possible I II remove the same, and on such} petition' it 1 injured, to be recovered with costs ofsuit before -
appoint not less than three, nor more than the convenience of the people and ihe situation shall be the duty of the said} court, then to 'I any justice of the peace in the county

five Commissioners' any three of whom of the road, nnd to give to each! overseer I i issue! an order, directed) to three freeholder*. in which said ferry is kept,

iall have power to art, which said commissioners of roads; }in then district, a copy of the I of the nc-ighboihood t'' 1, who being sworn, as is I Sec. 21. Be it further enacted, That all

shall be householders resident: } in said appointment so made; and a list of the name; by law herein befoie directed, shall prorrCd ) i fines and forfeitures, which may hereafter be

county, and the said commissioners} shall of those who are to work his road; dig :..iOIl. to view} the ground, vvheie such I j incurred under the }provisions of this act,shall

Ifspcctively lake an Oltllt'fUI"C: }' any justice Sec. 7. l'c it further a.actftl, That; all removal. ;; intended! to be made, and if the j! shall be paid into the county treasury, and

of the peace for said county, to view and justices of the peace and overseers: : of lo.ids; said ti'c'laolders.11.11 report to the next I I after the payment of the overseers as is provided

mark out the said) proposed road, the nearest so appointed shall ser.e fur one year, and court, that such alteration will be equally for by this act, shall be, and the same
until others shall be appointed and convenient the court order' the same I hereby directed to be
and(I most practicable route, and to the gicatlst eveiy may are appropriated to the
: ( ease and convenience of f the inhahu.ints, overseer .,.0 appointed, who shall: leftist*, or to be made, by the person petitioning fur I several public roads and highways in the counties -

t and as t little as may be to the prejudice of any neglect, to do their} duty as directed by this the same, which :shall. be cleared by the petitioner in which the same may have been incurred -

f And it shall be the duty act, or shall fail to keep the roads and as is }herein before directed. either by hiring horses, wagons, labour-
person, or person
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.11 ant .
VM 1,1 vxnci tuiusu.s v
of said conunis,.loners to proceed, as soon Inltlyrs Je( L' rt '''J1urALI .ltUL" it, TI"u .1. "" "0;: or ntlel'.wis.c. as theoverseers Qftl'fld sp real -
i as may he convenient, to lay out said road I ways in swamps and low lands, in irood le- overseers shall be and they are hereby authorised or divisions, eern
and} make return thereof; under their hands, I pair, or let them remain: uncleared, or out ) to commute peisonal! labor for wagons I most advisable and proper, and an orderfrom

to the next county court noting thereon the of repair )r the
distances and courses, as near" as practicable, hindered by extiemely bad weather. Mich: labor, which may be required on the road; voucher to the county. Treasurer for the payment
shall for such offence thereof.
of such pu)poed road) which returns so overseer forfeit, every Sec. 15. He further tnuctcd, That when)
the sum of ten dollars; to be recovered by shall Sec. 22. Be it further enacted That the road
hereafter make
mad shall be filed i., the office of the clerk any person any fence,I ,
of the count)' court. warrant from under the hand and seal of any or cut any tree, or make any other obstructions duty, which hereafter may be required of theC1ZenS
justice of the peace for the county, one half of this Territory shall
in unless not
That each or cross, any publicjoad, removed ,
Sec. 3. Be it further nunhd,
for the use of the person prosecuting! for the within one d.iy such person shall, for four working days, at one time, or eight days
and commissioner appointed! to view,
every same, and the other half for the u>e of the every such} offence, pay a fine not exceeding in the year; Provided, however, that if at
or mall: eul public road, or highway, in
any county, and shall .moreover be subject to an fifteen dollars, to be recovered by a warrant any time them be trees, or other obstructions
this Territory! shall, as a full compensationfor ( : action for damages! at the suit of any I person under the hand of any justice of the peace', blo Tii across any public road in this Territory

!, his services, be exempt from WOI king on injured by such neglect, and it shall be the to be applied as is hereinafter to be directed or fiom excessive rain, 'some small

the public road in }his, or their, respective duty of the Brand jury of the county, fiom and it shall be the duty of the overseers: 'oj!1' bridge, or causeway, bo washed away, the

divisions, or road districts, :is many in days victiyhCf as time to time, to make presentments or the..__ .roads__ __ to._ cause___n__ the n__ said obstruction toM._ __' overseer of said! road, be authorized, end he
or they vveie actually engaged prefer indictments to their superior\ courtsof lemoved. is hereby required, as soon as may be expedient -
invalid hiving} _..__!. nrtd.
out sm Mich roads as they shall} find out of repair.Sec. to call out a sufficient number of the road
Sec. .l. 1'n. ;it firl.Ir'rciaet, JJ That when 8. Be it 'further CUat h'tlf That each Sec. iG. Be it further cnacttd, That it hands most convenient, and proceed to repairor __

the road; so Lid out, shall: } pass through\ justice of the peace: who shall! be appointedto shall be the duty oi'each and every overseer remove, said obstruction, & he shall at the (

the lands of any 1 pel: son, or persons! who )perform the duties; which are required of of the public loads, as aforesaid, to put up next general road working exempt the said ,.

hall; object to, or consider themselves ag' them by the provisions} of this act, shall as a road signs, or directions, painted or cut 011.. lands, as many days as they were actually
grie\'cli'IJY the smiuf it shall( be the duty ol" full compensation for his services, in making boards, with captial letters, and safely secur- : engaged in making said repair, or removingsaid
the said court, on application in willing, out each list of road hands} for each} and every ed on posts, or trees, and at every conspicuous obstruction. .
*" fork of such roads within his road
from the jerson, or p( rsllIs so objecting, at overseer and assigning! \ the limits of his public Sec. 23. Be it further cnacttd. That all
division and} such Overseer shall receive for
the next term of the s.iid; court, to i.,StIC their district, or road) divisionbe, exempt one day laws militatingngainst the true intent & meaning
precept directed to the slx-rifl", coroner, or frnl1'orkiJl on the public roads in the each road sign so put up, not exceeding one of this act, be, and the same arc hereby
dollar and for each and he shall
constable the mabe him every day
(as case ) ordeiing district in which he may reside. repealed.
l-) summon a jury of tvu-lvo householders in be actually employed in notifying persons to
Sec. 9. !*<, further etiacl (l, That if any Ajyrovcd November 13th 1829-
til audio the work on said roads, more than the number ,
: county! pioercd to ground,
justice of the peace, who may be appointedto i
suc'i is assessed work
said lets been of days overseer to on
through which objection perform l thu duties aforesaid, shall neglectto
roads he shall receive the ofono
made the of said road and the sum AN ACT
to passing upon said duties such shall forfeit
) peform justice -
actual view and upon oath, to enquire and and dollars I dollar per day, to be allowed by the court To repeal certain laws in relation to Pensa-
pay a sum not exceeding fifty -
said what if of the proper county, and paid out of any money cola and St. .
certify to court, (dam.ige, any, be recovered the Augustine.Be
to on presentment by
and how much in their opinion} ( accrued to grand jury :in the superior court of the propercounty. which may have been paid into the it enacted by the Governor and Le-
the owner, or owners, of such around by the county Treasury, for fines, or forfeitures, incurred gislative Council of the Territory of Florida

passing of the 1'0111; through the same; and under the provisions of this act, not That "Au Act to amend an act entitled -
the sheiiff; or other officer, shall return the Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, That all otherwise: appropriated.Sec. 'An act to incorporate the City of
able bodied free white males, between the i 17. Be it further cnacted That if "
inquisitions} } by bin so made, si,l\c'lby all any Pensacola, passed 6th January 1827-rejected -
age of eighteen and t forty five year*, residents} overseer wlio hereafter appointed under -
the jury to the next court after the same I may by the Governor on tho 18th January
was taken, and it shall be the duty of the for twenty lain any county of this Territory the provisions i of this act, or if any commissioners 1827, and unconsidered and passed by the .

said court to order tin damages so assessedto ,and all able bodied male slaves free negroes who may be appointed) as aforesaid requisite majority, shall be, and the same

be paid} out of the county treasury : and mulattoes from the age of sixteen to view any road, shall fail, or neg- is hereby repealed ; and that all licencesof
Provided nevertheless That when it shall years to fifty, residents as aforesaid, shall be lect, to perform the duties required of them a gaming house or gaming houses in said

appear to the court that the damage, so as- subject to work on the public roads and by law, each and every overseer or commis- city, shall cense and bo void, on the first

s>essed, transcend the utility of that part of highways in such county : Provided however, sioner, so failing- or neglecting, shall forfeit Monday of November next.
that all ordained preachers of the gospel and and a sum not exceeding fifty dollars, to
said road, such: court shall order the same to pay Sec. 2. Be further enacted, That "An
practising physicians, all teachers of seminaries be recovered bthe grand
be filtered, in such manner, as to do such presentment act to amend an act, entitled 'An act to incorporate -
of learning, post-masters, millers, pilots jury in the superior court of the proper coun- "
person, or !persons, the least possible injury, he city of St. Augustine, passedby
and their crews, and ferrymen, may be exempt ty : Provided, That no overseer shall be required the 20th
unless the so complaining objecting requisite majority January
person from working on the public roads of to perform other public duty, during -
shrill agree to accept such compensation} } any 1827, shall be, and the same is hereby, re-
this Territory. the he so act as overseer.
years, may
as shall be deemed just and reasonable! } by pealed1.
Sec. 11. Be it further enacted, That all Sec. 18. Be it further enacted That if
the said court, wad provided also, that nothing Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That so
shall be citizens, enumerated in the preceding sec- any person shall knock down, remove, or deface -
allowed to any person or persons, much} of the 116th section of "An act relating
when such road l passes through their unimproved tion, residents for twenty days, in any corporate any road sign, board, or post, or milepost I to crimes and misdemeanors," passed

hinds; and Provided further, that if city, town, or village in this Territorymay on be'ng thereof duly convicted before I, 14th November 1828, as excepts time cities of
be from working on the public court having cognizance of the same he
exempt ,
is made sufficient any
no objection or reason I Pensacola, St. Augustine, and Fernandina,
hewn, to the said court during the term to roads and highways.cxcept so much thereofas shall, if a white person, be fined in a sum not I from the provisions of said section, shall be

which the return of the said commissioners are within the corporate limits of the less than ten, nor more than fifty dollars, at 'I' and the same is hereby, repealed.Sec. .
shall have been made the same ; hut shall nevertheless be bound to I the discretion of the court, one half to the use
why proposedroad 4. And be it That
further enacted
designated aforesaid shall be keep all public roads and streetsso far as the of the county, and the other half to the infor- I '
so not
as in this Act contained shall be
allowed and established, the said court shall limits of any corporate city, town, or village : mer ; and if a slave, or free person of,' so con-
to the Cities
as of Pensacola
. declare the said road so designated to be a 1 1put.1ic in this Territory may extend.in good repair, colour, shall receive twenty nine lashes on I jstrurd 1 and St. Augustine prevent the
agreeably to such rules and regulations as the bare back, at the discretion} of court licencing or permitting
road and remain} until I any *
highway! *o to keeping of Billiard Tables within said Cities.
altered by authority of law. the corporation of the same may prescribe. having cognizance of the matter, unless the 'l'
lie it enacted That when- I or guardian see fit to the fine Passed 21st. November, 1829.
Ser. 5. He it further inactid, That all Sec. 12. further owner pay
public! roads laid out, now in me, or which ever tho said _roads brMgfst:!: "r causeways, i I and C'o-ts. I i Approved, ?lst November, 1820.



An act Co suppress Iuollin ti. !-I :: I Ic Yesterday, the question was taken on the I: r.y places is continually $5_ nn account: other

Tie it enact:d by the Gorernnrand fcgis"fafire UA.B'If. 1E Duelling Bill and u-is decided 7 to 8. againstit number springs which"rise in it.* Thirty or .

Cmmcil"of the Territory f Florida, : Mr. Mitchel of Leon County, having I forty years ago, it was cultivated in elegant;

That if any petsou shall; challenge another to I. changed sie1<'s. Another Bill very similar will I gardens, being drained by a ntfmborof ditches -

figlil v.-t-apon the probable issue of which may, orj and will he undoubtedly passed. On Iii; It still hours the name oi the suburb*

might result in the death of thq parties, or the questiniijof passage, to-day Messrs, | of the gardens nnd although wet, is very.
either of them, or, if any person shall accept I Stone, Brown and Dunlap made very forcible diflerent from a swamp, this being occasion-

a challenge 01 fight a duel, or shall, knowingly and jsble speeches; in favour of tha Bill, od by never failing springs, and the moisture .
I be the hearer of a challenge to fight a i and were opposed by Mr. Owens. does not eleClP
duel), or shall in any manner aid and abet in You will perceive hat this Conncil, con pains, by clearing! out thc ditlies which have

rile same ; such person or persons, shall he trary to my expectations, passed a Dirorce. been made in the most Ja dici,r.is manner, the
incapable of holding or being elected to any I -- Act after all tI':1lllaS been said in the papers, ground may be rendered dry and again jnt
emolument civil military IMNSACOLA, SATURDAY. uiic.aii, J32!). and done those in cultivation.\ The abundance
post of profit, trust or --- by Congress, against passedat and excel-
under the Government of this Teirilo.y. We publish in this week's Gazette an importantand former sessions ; at thc last session Mary hence of the water of Pensaculastrike every

interesting communication, upon the subject of Carter wan divorced from her husband, they stranger: ; the principal 1 fountain gives ont -asiifliciency

Sec. 2. And Ic it further enacted, That the ideations at St. Rosa Island. It is! rumored have come together again and it is said are to supply the city of-Lundon ur .

any person who shall hereafter, within this that these fortifications are to be in a great measure abusing all who had any agency in parting. Paris ; it forms at once a: bold stream jai ft

Territory wilfully and maliciously, or by curtailed, if not altogether stopped.] We have too them : nevertheless Lorena llumell was divorced I enough to turn a mill. 1'11"V1tcr might
previous agreementfight: a dud or single com- I much confidence in the intelligence and discrimination by act of Council ; but thc Governor with case, bo carried to every part of ihs

drat, with any engine, instrument or weapon, !. of flor. JACKSON to believe for a single; moment put his veto on the bill and it was lost ; I town, arid! with a very inconsiderable rx-
the probable of which might be I Uiiitk this) fixes the question as 10 divorces.A uensR. The fountain tvas formerly lined
consequence that be will lend his sanctioa to a policy so injurious
the death of either) patty, and in so doing shall ;: to the Western and South Western portions of the Bill is before us to divorce Ellen Foster with hewn timber, but which has linen
Kill his antagonist, or any other person, or inflict Union.It from her husband Nathaniel Foster ; but as washed avVay this summer hy one of the
such wound, as that the person injured I a,letter fiem the husband opposing it, is also !heaviest rains ever known in this place.-
tball die thereof within three months thereafter would be snperflnons to enlarge on the importance 'before rs, I think llir: bill will 'f.iil. Formerly a centrne! was placed over it, to

such offender his ciders, abettors and : of there worlvR to the nation, and more especially The Bank of \\ est Florida has become a prevent filth from being thrown in, and according

counsellors, being thereof duly convicted, I to thc great Valley of the !.Mississippi.( It i is law arainsi the rfto of the GO'cl'I1or'e* to former regulations no one could

fhall be l't'melguilty\ of muider, and suffer I equally unnecessary to expatiate on the future rela- 11. \OPS 3. ( Hell"mlIullt, aud Ross ;) and roll barrels: into it to be filled, which wholesome

death by being hanged by the neck ; luny law tive importance of thi* portion of our countryPer- And the B-ink of Fioiida; nisi', Ayes 11. regulation it is believed, h is been restored -

custom or usage of this Territory to the contrary I' haps ten year* will not pass away before theYes- Noes 4. (Bellamy, Dell, Hunt, and Ross) by the present corporation, at least a
notwithstanding. tern States and Territories and those on the f ulf I The question] of striking: out the (.''a. S.i. I I place has: been assigned below the principal

Sec. S. And be further enacted, That will outnumber their Eastern brethren-and even Sections ot'the Execution law, decided forstrijcitig fountain, wheic this may be dune.Deyond .

any person who slnllllt'reaf"t'r assault another then this immense region, whose commerce with the ( tem: eut. the wet flat before described, the
rest of the! world hoist find a high way on the finlf of
,. with any sword, pistol dirk, or other ground begins to rise; and the swI.h.j. ht3
with iVIe\iro, will only be in its infancy. Can it be possible i- The f}fit:)wing topo?rtpl.il".tl description! : rf Ponsncol ,
v capon, or fight or cuuse an affray any on which the Briusii! forts formerly stood,
that the WrMcrn and Sontbern representation in and its vic itlity, was \\uiicu ia J Ll.! jlmitlv after thetaking
such veapon) the, probable issue I overlook the bay and the adjacent country ;
will look with irvdiircrcnce this srcld! \n of Florid., and was published in the
Con rcoIs on : pos.-rasuin
might be death, such offender or oA"endrrs't on the cast, the rising i ground I haH been adnptellr TloriitiHii." As it H the most correct and graphic
of policy supposed to
their ai ers, abetters, and .:ouns'lIor.lwing I lightful situations fur (private n'si ccn.cs ;
convicted shall be of felony! after the most mature deliberation ? Wars may vvi' hive fen> wr think i it gray be acceptable to our I Itut \\\f r.:1 : ... ... !I.nI." .1 ,.. .L.
thcruf duly guilty readeis. Ti'.c :tnihorJuige ratkcniu il!::;paccoa5paniod III:1 is wrciciuMJiy puur ant ;' III'IVt
and ., rtbe punished with a fine not less I ('orne-they arc amongst the inevitable! event in General ..Jrk'nn"lIeu he Took po''rss-.on. We* without any growth excepting I ; atruoby I tiers! ;
thau five hundred nor more than ono thousand the hsi-loiy of nations ; it is therefore no more than have in our poJsron: ao intprpstin: diiruniput which and blackjai ks, for at least half a mile to lute

., J dollars\ and imprisonment for a term common prudence to prepared, and that: preparation : Jiult p T5. i is known to hotlio! :author, vvrilfcn in 182?. A edge of the pine forest.VIuther! arts 'e .
not less than two nor more than. five yeats ; may p.imetlriit's: be the means of l keeping themat ilormnpnt which point out v\Ilh clear c..r"t"a'to all the can be made'of this Apparently sterile Mil,

:md he liable to the action of the {party griev-1 a distance. The het: Engineer1* of cur country important mrauir pionpr to he taken fiirtliponranuatioiiof mnst be left to r.xpcr:JJH'lit. Perlrips fr.jit

ed, and to nil he consequences of Assault I have employed trVir shill they have presented plans i theTerritorv'\ Such a* the! cant ro.id from Pon- t reI's. grapes, and even garden vegetables
or affiay. I of defence, the v\i=dom! of our national councils} after i paco'a to St. Au2: ;:tine, the cftahlisVimcnt of a ff-nt of may bo produced. Ret ween the entrancesof

Sec. 4. And be further enacted. That : mitnre f'J1ectinhlC 1 adopted them, and they have i iI Government east of Appatachicoli, tho ini7ation of the tnodischrirgts rftho' springs, then? is

nny person whofcshali tie.ieaftei assai.lt another .I fcccn several venr in progress ; and is the policy I II Court of Apppa1"!", and imny others su'nefjuently' ; carr- roonr for a large t+)wn ; a number of lots
other I thus adopted and punned, to be sud.-lenly\ changed nliiilo effrctaud for which great credit has been have been marked oil Col. his
with any stick, cane, whip or weapon ( 1 I by King, on
used for ignominious chastisement! such i I I at thid..) ? \\ believe\ that the representation of claimed f,r other prominent iu.I \Hluats II)" their fiiendj. land in thc direction of the hill: ), and as this!:
has )b content to aeohv cflrct of hill
offender, ins aiders, abettors, and counsellors I, the \\' M and >oUhVeptvill not consent to it without The Jude{ i it the main cntiance. from the counties in
ppiiit, leaving the credit to others ; but justice
being thereof duly convicted, shall bo punished ) a t.liugel I(1. public l.l to ho landeicd where it is dur, without detracting; the. Alabama: and Tennessee, tliB ciiy will ,
: with a: fine of not more than five bundled I i Another rumor i i. in circulation that the Navy ou Iroia?; tliPinoritofothcr puMie men who have al"clone probably extend in that ii Jiie. iion.: The

dollars, and imprisonment, at the discretion Yard at this pluct1, H to he suspended.! ::lid that: the their duty, although not solely; and exctuivef; entitled water I prospect Horn this elevation i is ( IYlH'illItiflll
of thr Court fur a term of not more tiiij Tortuaa is to be jrlertcd for the )pnrj>ose. It is to thc praise. and the set, breezes are almost afresh ?

than two years, and be liable to thu action of highly pUilnbic' that situations mtv l-e fun I'd in th*' }lES..\ COLA. as on the margin of the hays

the party grieved.' II Cuff of Mcxifo, in tho neighborhood oflu!, I-land of This town, situated about ten miles tip There aie few towns so little! exceptionable

See 5. And be it further enacted, That I I'u:. la. W I. ','i i! mav 0.)e ireful & iinp'.>rt.int }10 orcupv.i the b.iy: of the same name, uhich at thidace s in respect to its topography as I'elisa-
aH words which II 011I their usual cu-srnctiun i I The Tottu> and li:-y \\'est 1I1,Y 1 be ofthide\ .;crip- :I i is scarcely four miles wide. It is coin\ and f('w susceptible of sv much improvement -

and rommeti acceptation are considered ;!.s ; tiotl"r -cn-i' nal lof'ngc or r.'!ii'twous' i built on a dry c.indy pY'I iiu, the streets atricht I lint that it dso needs much improvenunt -
insults and !lead to violence and! broach of thotirticf b. jii.ahle! ) but the of width. It I is
: I or tei>.jK mr."Ul'p1y, ll"V m-y v ; angles J nnd a food ex- : equally correct. Exreptirg
.khnl1 hereafier be actionable and no pbsuulity of s''lociinj such places a: Toitupas and tend! about a nii'e! J.lonjj time (bay, but occupies the British birracks, which are nothing! but

plea, exception, demurrer, shallitc; sustained Key West for the jv'rni.iuent national deposit; must be in depth not half that distance ; I ruin 'G mere are no public buildings worthyof

within this'FernunrY to piochuie a Jury obvious to every man of common ,c\n.e, from the i here are, lunve\er, many unbuilt spaces the slightest notice. The Governor'shouse

from passing thereon, wno ue hereby declarod simple! fact that tho-e place-s are de.titr.te of wood & which, at present tt ::re en losc-d as gardens, is a wretched frame building, the garden -

to lip the sole judges of the damages sns- wlter-lha1 they arc 11tafoheJ) and s-il.t: try.itratiohs, where the fiu, the {in pe, the ousnjje, the which was once tim', has now nothing
', nUlhilH IsrJ in containPl .... ._ ., vl- ci1.t.. .if- hill find of the
>fiPrnvidrd. that ( ii. MUUUiru i..ii i nuiii .u._ .40. i.-t ii.x. | > u -luifiry, the pi me nr | -c.m, Mjim.utnJ fault trees iuws
shall he MI construed as to deprive the being support" d and prut4Y.ted by l tiooj.s 'bioht ftun ford a deiJL'h'lt'l verdure, and grow as wellis !soui oiange along he enclosure/ which con-

l/onii of the power of Anting new trials as i Alabama or Miiipm'i I Tli. dept\ a .,.t..JI1"acola n on the h.irtks of the Mississippi.1 hp.'gPtat.il' I stiiute the principal urn.tn1J 1)t of the public

luietoforo.Sec. near the mouth of ruircn-al \\ extern biter, d* supplies \'( or Kiuhen gardens, Lave of late I square''f This square is very extensive,
6. Aid be if :fiiftJ; cnartfd, That mil lrlimit d f,-uln thc lln-ttrn >Jnlts.nintcaa\ : kern much nejjlfded, but there! 5 it no doubt, and covered vviih a close sod vvniclr renders

it >h ill be the duty of pile Judges! of thc Su- bc protected from liicnn \\ e will .i-.k \\ I.lld"a! ('f ; th.it v.iih! very Ii' tk' pains they canhemado I it an agreeable promenade in thc eveniw...
ior Courts of this Tcrritoiy t to give this 1 .., .. I in America. 1'he of the! low and descent
pet >ecniity will the ti-iMii.ritc tlf -< ti.diug the: "li | .Mppi as' piodiictive) as :in any town s0ri; -s bay are tho -
;tct in charge expressly I to the (;I Id Jury rand I derive lioni ;I lle-li.OUIOI'! dclil luntt'inl Diifatfium it> The number of bosses is sufficient to con- I' easv ; imnrediatoly along the margin;

also, to fli: !'r c the Jury to presurt all} nuiulh on flit .) />irn side of the ttulf! ami Ibis vn a lain n popul'itinp( (.f four thousand souls : there is a bar 1\vhite sand, which continuesout

persons ronc rued In carrying senditijr or j .of1litary-put "f canal vr ?' accept{ in? a challenge to fight: a duel, and if'' low titles ultvce the uatts if: the vnuii f few months past a surprizing alteration has measure making amend'for the sh illouness

;.nv Judge or Magistrate of this, Territory ; taken pi.ice) in tlieir: appearance ; the\ have : of the water, MS wagons and carts can be

lifts .dperson cause to suspect any person, or been so patched, and I painted, />nd white- driven into it with :he greatest safety.; As
ac about to engage in a duel, he ThcU. S. schooi.er Si.aik. Lt. Con..lib, sailed .v.ished ns 10 he siarcely rei-6cnized.! Not :here are no wharves, excepting one rim out
liviy issue Iris warrant to hi inn the pal tips from thi- port on ThuiMl.i) la-t ou n I': uize. The more than hall a dozen! iudilTeient( houses on the plan of a pontoon or bridi o, but

before him, and he hn; be, ant; i K hereby! OHici-rs the '-tIl:1' ai reported on icriivaI. ,\iththc have iieen constucted: ) this summer, and only which is nearly in ruins, vessels have to bounladened

authorized, and empowered if he shall think r.ddition of ritucivluti, run or. 01.(' of buck.1 As there are now several b} means of lighters.8 There-

proper to take of them a recognizance! to Urick-yaids in the neighborhood, they of course no monopoly of water 'proprrty)} ,
keep the jcace, and shall insert in tilts condition The Lpgif'.uiio: CVuiiiril adjourned An the t If! uh! :mop will in future he constructed of this material which makes some amends for the inconvrnience _

that the pal; ty, or paitios hill: not I :In,,r a s-r.-s-'ioii of! Invrrkf.Vc' have nut)et n-rfivcil; all Tiie cla_)' at die blink \a"d o'' : h. Noriega, just mentioned. The margin of

dining; thc time for which they are bound! II j the LI\\>. \pa55rrd. \\Vpiopoae ins noon a.- the Journal a lew miles from this place:; is almost free the bay affords a most agreeable promenade

ditectly, or indirectly, I be concerned in adud I C'III' lo hand: K> I'vit-w'llitlr pioccediiu"; and udra- from any mixture of Mind, and nr-iy in time, in the e\ening, and l the cle;,n sandy:
either with the person suspected or any ,or o I p/intout tn lie |icopie I how their irpirfriitativcshave I begrimed' to other uses beside that to whichit bottom\ renders it agcrpable to bathe in almost
) 11.f'inJutil't Indic: mean' linnvvcinb| -
other IWI I'n. lif-li Jl.e di-rliaigeil!(noising t-xlinrt from a Ittiere received a is now applied} I moan to the \purpose any place. The fresh spring water in
of the! sanity nature of tl.e soil, the the s.lt'atrr. in the Iron and the
Sec. 7. Arid be it further enacted, Thtt wtck oi-Cid.iv5 I illl"(', v.hiclivvc liope) Hill! Lei illte'l- correcting rear, ,
if any person, 01 persons, shall for the purpose sting to our lenders.Tallahassee:. and rendering1; it better adapted to cultivation. : pure elastic air of the place, which comes
of eluding the* operation of the provi I The POI'Ul'IIioll is at present estima charged with no miasma, Iiom \rl ;stevs'r
.. signs of this law ; leave: the Territory for I Tuesday, 17th Nov.. 1829 led at twenty: five hundred or three thousand quarter of tho compass it may Mows art sufficient

the purpose of fighting: a duel ; or with the Dear Sir, c
i mention; of [giving or receiving a challenge- i I Since I !last wrote: you the Governor has months ago, tint g rp.t: nui.beis of :-irar-f'is residence: independently of every ohor -

to fight a duel, and shall; sov or receive reunn
the saute ; snrh person, nr pi rscns, so o- Illc.( 'I'NC referred select committees, both now likely to be a principal: Ilro.olgt.fare: I cn'lic I're'cl a desideratinr! a healthy souiAcrn -
- fendii.g, sh.ill'; ho deemed as gmhy ; and brsubjeit of them! wcie reported wits some amend- from Now Orleans to lireIITper; Ipiii ol Alabama '; ilhititrt9 The south is ;;r.IiC'lillI.v; ; ;e.c>)- 'I

to she lik,- penalties' as if the offence ments, -tr.d' have been again passed, and will I ; Mississippi, Terrni.ssee, and! Kenluckv. ciuteii! in the mind of Americans trim tho
had hron committed, within this Territory. to the Governor. The West Florida Bill There is an excellent road 'Irom idea of tiiscjise! whereas suin-j of t .P r.u.st

Sec. 8. This Art shall be in force, from was altered so as to) takeaway all the Insurance t this to Claihorue, and) thence roads running! '!i healthy spots of the glojtt) lie rn low soinliern i

and after the fie St day of January next. poweis, and! ( .is I thought before was I in 1111 diiei.lions.! The majority; of the in- laiituiies\ ; the south of Fiance, though:

I'assr(121t. ;Novomctrr 1829. the object, ) it is now provided that it shall ,' hahitints here at this moment: arc Spanishand in reality\ further north by the c-qiutur: .vet
Appioved 2rd! !No\tnihcr, 1829. be located tit Marianna : these bills I believe! Fiench, but the American part constitutes in effect corn spollds with the tlinnte of .

AN u T1'rOVidingforaT'tm will! apain be i ejected bj the Governor ; but I at lest a third. Almost the only cap- tins country. In some Jutuie! day I have; no I

of ihe County Court.. I now feaj tilt!t they will be passed; by a constitutional ill al at present consists of houses and lots ; doubt the bay of Pensacola will bo as celebrated 1 I

for the Countv of 1\1 CJIlI nt'. 'I m.ijoriu, against his veto. no one is possessed of much monied capital, for its salubrity, as thc neighborhood;:
or extensive stocks of mere handizn 3 It of Marseilles. Its shores: are (.nth ely free
Be,tt enacted by the Gorernnr and Legislative An Act has bean! passed; amending the act I II
that of British delightful
was expected a amount from marsh and where -
L'G 1.lcilllf the Territory of Florida. relating to Writs* of Error &, Appeals, i iI ; every "present
i I I goods would have: beirn thrown in here, and situations for residences, for IgardetlJ
of ihe. for defendants) who country
1 nat a special tern routuv court which provides that appeal
I this would have boon tho case had the surrender where taste and can
aud seats fancy
the county of Monroe shall Le held on tilefir..t shall oitlv bo requited to give bund for costs :; ,
of the country been delayed. Perhaps themselves in making' improvements
monday of January next, at whicl- time old damages, and not for the pnncipal debt exert .
it prevented by thc Spanish Offi- tuiles above thisplace
was of t'"r.rkind, A few :
which have been done at ( the thtt debtors
\1l1lmsinrss might Thus following "i) pirnriple .
who took card to the highest) possible several and plantatious -
cers put there' are gardens,
aid shall he'doneby for !! ,
e..mof corrt be
the regular ( : alone, are to legislated ,
the and also ill order made by the I valuation upon imports, by that means on a small! scale, which cannot be sur-
Saturday last had under consideration t! taking the inducements to attempt in last! ; 5
of said court, vacation, sh/'tUlJe examined : On we away spe- passed beauty ; a gentleman year
judges I I Ii
oft the said an Execution law, which IS materially culations. As to commercial cntorprizo made fifty dojhrs from one orange iroo not Amore
and be
finally disposed
) i better th a n the existing one : :i motion *',;:;5' there wins none-no place possessing such than a few years planted !I10 Thereis

court. And be it enacted That : made to strike out all that part of the Dill greatirivuntagvs for comimrcc! as Pensacola, said to be some laud fit fur cultivation na
Sec. 2. further
of the .of Monroe, which relates to, and drovides for a Ca. Sa, has given it so little attention. a large scale how far this may be true will
county courts county and against this motion Col. Stone i>f Chip- In the rp.'r of the town arc numerous depend the value of the shell' Inm-
West the
shall be held at Key on mondays -
of and December in each and : ola made an eloquent and excellenr speech. spinysof fresh water, which issue from the mocks which sonic think will not last more
April, decided mill 1 have base of hill. 011111 discharge themselves into be true
The question is not yet toe than a few years ; how far this may
every year.trmrrit tflo. 15M Nowmlicr 1829. strong hopes the motion will not succeed. I '1 the bat at each end of the place, in two I rofrro the best test, oxperirarnt, kcopinc

., --.-- lake great pleasure in thus publicly stating, large rivulets. The uncultivated ground in mind the motto of an old' friend, whose
.': \\ \ \ L \,T ,I that in most of the' questions which have botween tho sources of these springs and I success in life was as remarkable: as the di*-

k. LL persons indebted to the flit ate of John come before the Council at this session, I the town, is covered with shrubbery, forming f'l'gml.htell ho manifested to vnlgir: opinion

1' :5peiden, rlerca..fJ. me requested to make irnte have found Col. Stone, zealously, fearlesslv_ thickets absolutely unpenetrable, and composed -his motto was the single! word-TKT.
tn..dio payment, and all persons having claimsagniusi and steadily advocating correct principles of all thc variety of southern plants.
said estate are requested l to present them WIth- endeavouring to procure the passage of just Tin ground, to the extent of about one hundred -
ill the time prescribed by Law to ; 1 Since t'aat! time about ten or twelve brick houses
and laws but I to say that acres is a soil of several feet in
equitable : regret peaty
nil Spoiden.Administratrix. have been constructed, and about forty or fifty
,. I as well as myself, he has usually been found i
rt'l1I3'COl", Dec.L1h, 1 .- t. in the minority.. 1 lato heavy rains it wus verj \I. and in 111a- ,, 1,.t l'\H" .




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...; ,.1'1--'V. little nnre: thr.n at the tiVipo :r.*- ] bnivosi cfiorls would .soon provo ireficiualagiinst Porpoise, with Mr. Lr.E American Consul | NAVY AGE Tis OFFICE, ,
,i'., T.i '1* w H a great influx t!:"! ft-it.ir., but I Ii [ I .
" i. a determined and ivell disciplined to Algiers; ami family-all \,cll. The fiigato | Pensacola, Dec. 1st 1829. fSEALED
d'sappointe'l, :\ndth yell nv fever
xv.-it :
.nviv ;
i 1:11'""J)! r,''\\u; ,,' the pjpulltion! to twelvu 01 frirteea enemy whose landing was covered by hips) Constellation, Captain Wiidsworth, was dai- Proposals will be received at

j n tll1.i d. I uty.rr.. In line there r mains but one mode ly looked for. The Java, Captain Downes, until the first day of April

1'nt't( :,* *Kpn n ?rpt i i.'<"." ,," ji the ai111UIt of precludintr:.! lIch a dire eat::..lrophe and uas left at ]alum ; next to supply the West India Squadronand

r t.i.eLt.It'rr; th.....? iv t-.i nr \wl\-e exN-n-he I that consists i in completing the line of fortifition The United States' Ship Warren, Capt. I the Navy Yard at this place with

,' ....- .,' t s i* ti 11" : at tin; iiiii;alia! led t., them were recommended by the Board of !Kncineors. i- Skinner, allrlllirfieiclt Cantwie! Poker, were : FIREVOOD

jt "If' -,r t\\11. j The liberal in sa.l from 1\1allon-the !
making to !
very appropriations I preparation ,
-jTan-M-of a .1t't'P} v ':C iahtH .1"poj' in !'nnd. I
1'.1 i *:'*...!.. tlMV! i i."only a dire? -r'i:i 1 irJhin: ofanti: l mix- j favor; of the accomplishment of this object, former for the Archipelago, the latter for for one year. The wood for the Squadron .

;-. Ii1;1.i* \1\' I'TtJlp; J..M a tiiip li'2 water i" e\e-1 1 inn.le by the List Congress: ; at the instance! of: Tunis, 10 join the Lexington! Capt. Hunter.I to be of the kind commonly called

4, W,,"'ff' fjaiid at llie .lrtii; u'"a taw l li'.'t. cult Ikp; our worthy Delegate (Col. White) serve to I The Delaware, 74, Com. Crane, was also
''f''.: f.:;*i itt >clip: .count.:,:. It found not to hp" U.
": slew! the justne.ss rind correctness of these making preparations to depart for the
I. '-1'1': n'l I
;'-..:-i *jV f; ,.. f>uit ii-- 1..i\c him opcr.el since t! u nnrUs. Jt nr.ibe; unnecessary to add that: ', States, and would sail immediately; after the That for the Navy Yard to be good

...::nt.11 the these i' arrival of the Cui.strllation. Commodore ,:
tI:!" <' J np to present moment continue to
t'R*l.t':..n n f t'" t'-.vf !h" ? a* >..' !:tk'-n j-ace! in : Sound Oak.
; : ,, j be applied with hat regard to economy and CranpVa's in excellent health.
" .A' '::1':1'J t'.tv\\ I" ':IHII"I t '1 : ( f1. I
,, that decree of Lieutenant Commandant Newell saw a be received the
J (' :O11t':: .UIJJ1'I1.1" ( discriminatinLT judgment! I Proposals will also same
. 1.+ bal'Y1.'Cn\ :1 l1.i ..'!"" "",1--.1 1I,11 c'rrP ('111'1(1-; : which! have ever marked) the ollici conduct<< '. large ship, having the appranmce of a man time for the delivery at the Navy Yard of
{ C r 1I- 1'clI an"I rnulitlilt''IIm.?. \\ !.il'h In.l I.ceo l !
4 1"1 ;,..,. '1.I ,. of the enli-jiilpiied intclliuent Engineer, I of wl1r passing G bialtar early in the morning the wood now cut on the Live Oak Planta-

1 i i'i;.aif: ln 1..1 t'H'CI.t! I... a Cuji; .my, ai tic cz-1 j j'f Cap! Chace; charted with the constitution; I : of mite 1st OuwLcr.II tion opposite this place.
.' > ,,(10\\! "- II"lI".t 'i! .11.! '.',: LI it-it I"-i-i iva'rr. A
t;0:51 ('ill4t JIOIKH >llrl''t':. i i'.1 !b'e1, piil.i-i" li:.- l I'epii i|( of the works I have understood that from II The flktrs and crew of the squadronwere Those persons who ofTer proposals for the

, .,4-mwl'"il mar it. TIt ui.it"; \\ lurli u< :iiont! out1 the n.n-et: eption of the plans \\l.ch mijiht I all wr-M-nr> dt/ath among the former, contract will state the price per cord. All

, l' "';!':1 f'(* m it l 'ti ;11.. l h." 1H('111)' ti,e in width! k.ins a ] have been forwarded at least six months ajjo from a'ifrfise, having: occurred this year the wood to be delivered at the Navy Yard.
; :eoin_ ttk' I
1.1-.1,1'(ev! f frog Iatl m.IC' it* ap'hsra'Icr t...ticPG their present progress i is likely to be arresttd ;; U e 1' fret to learn that Lieut, WM. H. Bond and security will be required for the

PiIt''lh.! :f"a 'lill'a;: was t\-:riti n, in '.: *..! .....':;. Aili'.l -. t'I'i! and that comequiMi'ly a considerable portion I; HoMK.n.: died! suddenly- hoard the UnitedI faithful performance of the contract.
;H.inji.i. <>;j'ini the funds awarded Congress I thip to wasattached this Office.
:ill.Ytd II. 'lj.dll"11'111: liill-, t-r tallri i'nl't= I ot by must rem For further information apply at
f.11,1 ; t-t a jJ: | 'rl''i =rtiiiitAll lln---iit:. tnrround! 'tin inappliccble in his hmds-I m unwilling I on ,mile morning) of the 21st of Sept.We Charles P. Tutt,

I'M!. > 1 iv.' of n*.n r 1i f"IJ.tlill" :1:1.:1:1111": of! life! piuo\ to Jl.t'er the vanity' of the fictions! learn from the officers of the Pori -
v .a 'd- iii tV.o r: H.lyPaet'uu '. 'ijnnl\! .-< "M"I<%. In t hnl!I Navy Agent.
%":!" ''.';. s5ir: inl! ,!iit.mt'" hal>l tin- :1111I1! M-IIS to deminjojues an0nt u:> so far ;:s to ihiiik I i poise, that a report ws received! Million, '12-tf.

A\ I''Mij: aii-1 lU'. in (',):1'1:11':1'| : ''' III f \\ hil"It, tin-: nun(t.II.,1 tint ibis is the result of their dastardly t ill.d .that the Russians had reached the wills of *
\i'3HMfU: !<.," linn in f iri underhand! l machination -\'o-i: it i is t Constantinople.
10 Mi. M.iuwl )t' aitet, saute: il f r*tit *"e ''']t' ilio I'ia<*f ailuil-il; I t
t- ,I"L'iZ.i JIM'S 8u! .-f'l'd the -.IIt ofiliiio I.miH.aun, I I'erlnps} General 13 d if closelyqll.iO1r.d Lisa of Officers of the Porpoise. IX week after date, I snail! apply te the pre?lft%
I'I'J ,"\ *,,.!.. !k.iiii! 1.1 'if' c'Miiti-1.! :?.u: unravel the clew ,
I'vt'f -\ ha' ':!Il'"Ut.' 'tK'fn'K, a'i'I I >'-jiai; ,int: i.ii.ij: ll rail) i ] might oflll'yste- County, for Letter "T Administration "n the Estateof
1it! 't. iiwi>a"ett J the i.nn.licr <..1'I! is tnfr-,in th'it\ I ry. in which it i is involved ? \\'m.r.. Me Kcan, and Wm. L Hudson) lieu tEL HKWSON, d.iceased.
t. 5.* :. ae :, the! 41 calf pall u i\\ 111: Irat IIIn.! TlJi'.1i. I i Lf'utf'nants-Ial"; ol the U. S. shIp W-irien.
.' Yours L.
M. Stone.
t. : t \! 'i-!t"- fir:! i:P iffiiti* nitn;>ti-.! in 'li.JKV i
..: '.1 .,1.! k. rt'iini t't! .t pI"! JiKli'c It'-ru hl'U.it1.C', II. N.La Richard Kennon, Surgl.un-Iate ol the U. Tallahassee 2Qd November, 1329-.tetf. _
vu 1'1'1 t'..ttl:. w.." H.t!? a :>tv sri'ts 1.1 tx.-iti. i. S. ship Fail field.Marnraduke !. ,--, -i-- -

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To I".- Jdi1flr i-f tn PenFrr'1(1 (*'(!:rtt"1 '. lull the editors of the New York Mercantile the U. S. ship 11 .ureniilidslipmen.E. lVn=,:icola, Nov. 21st, 1S29.

51 tv -I : i i... csolll..iJiIl.! t.) \yl'i:1.' :: rilit's: Advorti.-er have received Bogota papers} T. Doughti late of the EALED Proposals will be received at
this Office until the first l of
Ir ''n wiii:i ,nuy'inc; ; H I"t fur: :lit' jWrli ':ilitil'! '- 10 the :2h\ September inclusive, and Car- i Ie. S. frigate Jnva ; Richard S. Coxc do. do. day January
for the of tle
tin of :h .ir j tty ni.::!< \'ol"lIc( .md Ini.akpll tlrijrna l.ttc s (,f the 11th Octobc Jno. C. Williams, Lite of the W.men ; II. next supply following

; .* i ic'\%">. of j I'"iv tt(' iiito(. t. xjich Men A pissenicir states: tint the rebellion of I; Dooaiaem.do. do. ; R. H. L. PattersonJatc stationary for the use of the Navy on this

i (Vt-\" mi.a vu t' h.i\v'-\V.. ; .lir-iry: to the public; Cordova commenced at a hall jriven by him I of the Fairfifld ; Owen Burns, and Win. H. station for the year 1830:) to be delivered at

;, ....\.f.1 1 or 1J"w'j'iII i 10 in-iividu; ( 'Is I, is Held i iu to the inh.ibitants at Rio :\I,- m, where he I Bot\Ile. the Navy Yard, Pensacola, viz :

t 1 arVf ;tH.I", > :: 'C' v) I.\ it f.I"m, to (,o:1'rr-. I p-o'-l.timrd: the Constiinsion: of (_ UCUtl. the Ull/l1leT-T. Riley, lute of the Warren.MR. 30 Reams Foolscap Paper{ ,
t 30 ditto Letter do.
i fjU-o o t!: .i i; tnj'i ilv! lust fur jtl tee, j'o\vtir, I Ij i first Oon....ituiion Colombia), and wi..I joined --. 1 do. Feint lines do. ;

j ...nA] \-I ;im }lc "-l 111; ') chi tr.tin: ofrcllccli'iii I by ;:dl present except the Ridiopand) some i i CUITOR, 1 do. Royal Post do.

tty ili u' i:1u't Milcinii COII\' ili'm: ih it there of the !princip-d! :. oflirers; of Boliv-ir. The 1 I My brother boinc absent requests me to
2 doz. 2 Blink Books half bound
quire ( )
exists in tins ,viritr. J'crsuu, so devoid of Bishop immediately left for Bogota: to give ; send you ihe following : .
4 do. do. full bound .
pr ;.ni..m, S') totally I-K to ill srntinrMits of ihe; information and the consequence was i I I :No. 1. Said a Pensacoli'in to another Squire ( ) -
1 Gross Red .
r'-: .rt rotecion of this I! that flip government despatched a force of Pensacolian can von compare tlIPp }Jl'ri Tape. 1 : '
Cross Black Ink Powder
\ II :sriiour us to rcooinnicii.l I the curt siluu-nt! : 6 or 700 men for Antioquia, commanded: by i!j i which I hold! in my hand (it was the Pensa- 5\ Ibs. Letter Wafers red :"l.

\ it" flat the (iniiri-; ,rip|MT--ion of the t! f)rtiicaHMV ( ;"11. Obery, who: had; arrived at Neroy with i! cola Gazette) to yon.!<'f joons ;rr0nI)1 Ye.s, ( 1))
5 Ibs.1 Note do. do.
lil1Jt'i in jtro'jr[ ('ss; on iM. Kosn: Islmd.( I\; lOW: ) ) IW':!. Although the papers' speak ofthis aid the other (without a monicnl' hesitation: ) ( )
10 Ibs. Red Wax
'1. StTlr'f tli.M; inclividii}; li.jld otTices !J I Iun.il'I" n- )'dlion! very lightly: there i is reason ft) believe1 1:I it is a gay-sett ((;tizett0.) 5000 Quill Sealing

the ':t'uerl; jj'ivci-nr.icnt Mid I am ; that 't strong: body of men will join j j :Xo. ;"). I have some sand in ply eye (;and
I 12 doz. Black Lead Pencils
j'iv-n to iui-ivMnil! have IHTII in 11:(' daily Cardova in opposition to Bolivar, and thata I 1 who has not that; 11\"(':" in P'lhilcola) a Pens'lcolian 2 do/ Red do. ,

Ld.it! ol vaunitnc: )1.1rre9t llul'ncc' with ( ivil wir will en-ue. Letters iVom Bono-j.i; : exc.l.iimed, then is i H a aand-t'i/c I 200 Slat' -

lip. j>tv-.enl clmT I h"'.1(1.1rtldt'r this enielijrv M of 27th! September, slate their fears that! ol "t'rn. (vanhiOIh. .'r\ed one of the muinsimi'ilnj1 .,t Pencils
I 1 doBoxes I Paints Reeves Water _
11't\'(' labored: to os'i tIi.a! a hflicf that the revolution! would extend: to that jd' ice, ; : double difift-rjt. colours

}In 'i> vviilin: aril l jr idy I to I li'ti-.l tlu'I vnictioti I j theft Gen. L'rd.meta, the Minister: ; of War, !I I! :Xo. G.U.\re your oysters freshnd C'00111" assorted,
12 doz. Camel Hair
: of hniniL'\ to the: ;IIJ.li"lIlwl1t. } ) of th-ir had i estiiblished IMS h,..ad I qn:tr'ers at Honda, ., "Ves Sir," said the f.icetious: oyster dealer: Pencils assorted,
do/ Pen Knives
Ltit('.iiii"l! "ic tv;. For lily own part] : 1': about 17 I'1 !!uues fiom Bogota, with all tie ;; "I'll warrant th"-m, -- but I will ,

I-11.1 tluMii no tn inner of f ox-dence'! -However di,posable furry of that capifil.: i'I j reserve the {pith of the reply for your next 2 do/ Cork' Inkstands,
1 do/ Box Wood! Sand Boxes.
sut.illt..l; J t ll'ir }'r'nt> may; {:Jpjicir from |' It wis expected that General Obanda) '' paper. 7 (Nautical Almanacks each far 18sd

lh(> advantage of I pi I ice, I cannot refrain !fromavj'.vini omnvmdor of the province of Past u-nuld \-ours oncorowhich and! 1-S31.

the .1'''';111' mc tIn they ntu as I!c:* i- ,join Cordova, and this seems: to be confirmed] :[ means: in mv he rt', core.
25 Sheets
Half' of foundation as tice!) m'creants; ore in by the I proclamation of that (;('nr'ra1. The :I ( 'onx. COBB. :: Imperial: Drawing Paper.
23 do. Double
tht>i'p( :;)Ild: cap'icitics: } of any claim to honor ,.troops! left CarthaLrena; ; : for Antioquia a on the "'- ..rr.-\: full nnme i is Cornelius Cobb.! Elephant do
: doz. Wafer
'I 1 Seals
lioiif,. !. Iri\ 27th Col V" and j ,
.\ or iijiri'jlit jnd rntMi me Septemberunder r'r'l", ; notwithstanding
\i: '1ve are authorised t., annuunt-u JA\! L 5PiDI.iTOX j 2 ]Ibs. India Rubber.
such \'a- ..h.m'\! from altlOtII. i with rodtotiMn !: \\ hat (General; } Montill.i sa\s: in
: as a Candidate! for the Ullk-e of Samples of each article together with their
ad : : of their about the casevi II which
wljt.| s scorpion" mere procl-inrition: )
jirt'MMHM1 (con! niiisinlvs: ; tin- atni;>-pher' ., and I I1i (,, the le'ij'llion. will Le crushed, the fact; that Slcritr uf the County of I>rambia.QTThe prices to accompany the proposal ; bond and

;.,C' ?!h.. \\\l--l\\\nrnrcn\\ b112 Jrs c\ < 'iy mrasuicluiin ) ) I he and most\ of the officers Ht Carlhaironaleft ; : : friends of ADAM GORDON r;f{. an- good securityVill be required for the faithful

: 'M-' 10l\.t semd'nr! of ten'!lenryo une\jectoiily I for Mompox on the' day nounce him as .:1 Candidate for the Olfite of Clerk performance. of the contract, and the right to

of the County Court for I c'ambia CounlI .. increase the quantity of all or a part of the
i'Oni1':- .Il\ -ntMtjo or l rw-fit on tlucomimi- before the sailing! of the \1edinrgns that: >: .\

hli iv. \V-;: 1lull thi. mitr: key of deto their: presence w.is nec'ess'iiy: at the scene I articles enumerated as may be required will

1;'1acC 111' Sir; liI b n-i! :Soiuh4>tern S..its 'lebellion.! : Shipping Lit/f. provided for by the Charles contract. .

be'ip; bin 1'MU'd, left: n ik'-d ;and UllprOil''rl'J'; A Decree had been i issued( l 1\ the Colom- P. Tutt,

;tt the fi j u of ..;:1.-h; h a,;-, !filihy!!! and b'' l'II's! ;> bi.m Governmenta f fewilavs!: befoiethe sail- .J.Ym'.lAgent..

i * I UP,!!i--ier. will insert the above advertisement .
n's', in 1h(' prnt'eiin-) ml 5i ri-: *! IlH'rcItIt Ships to take; one thousand:

city tf the executive theevill beiiliviy dOlLar each out of the counliy far of t
H''I''tll. : : I :Nov. 30th.-Schr. William Osborn, For- tire of the Pe)sacola (iazHtP for payment. .
> foundn .Iviis inij'enerablo 10 the ///'/.!:. :, >3CO) do. and each passenger
I sytii, N-w Oi 1t'.lI1s-c.lr to Ctiarles P.
milev ; Tutt. Cain'I'ahell and Foster;;: A min and
II'lucIJ"',\\ t,rs-I 'A 0'dd ('>iition 'In m in The younu! Duke of Monleln-Ilo! sailed
; Finl \. C..llil's.J. O'Neill &J. .IS HEREBY GIVEN
: ,
i.uure, to absf.in from t onicio'K, ;in'eifercnce! from Can 1 hair na: in the British i Packet fur iy : ,
i Pa S''nLr( r-Mr. :\leGregOi.I Joseph Y. Cruzat } THAT his suit has been
u-Jili irre.U pahlic l me.tMires! -let ilu} 'm con- Fnncc.'i": J.itnjic: and Ln- hll.l.: TS. I instituted hv attachment in
The Vilham{ ; Osborn! lost her mainmast J
ht:t' the expc-ndiutie of their impute and Mr. Moore our Minister to Colombia, ar- I Carlos De I'illUrs, > the Superior Court Esrarn-
between i Molide!: Point and this place.
stinking bre !h in '11x(-?pllti" ill blnst and 1 ruin iive4 with his suite 'tt Bogota; on the 2Sth: of Aiiministrator of ] bi.< County. The defendant
I S''hr. I. I., Pelot, St. Marks, sundries to Carlos De ritliers. J and All oilier interestr -
HIP alltu -i1iIU of al! wh honest Gem Harrison I waexpected persons
;> are npriirht, September.{
III. Wilson, and the M 1c.'I'-Pasengers-' 41:111 \it.tioiis in sOcl\-Tltc: lloraci.Mt: at C.utha'jen.i the 1 h:isi of October, where it the Dcrlaration.Pensarola.\ .
and Mr. ,rilson.I
M.ijor; Wilson C. .
mi tfc: ''/// sitter align C//I'htlll"othuuhl l bc wassaid l he would wait tile retmn of the O't. :30->\ )8 9.39tPublic (
Dec. 2.-Schr. St. Antonio Norris, Mobile -
JiLt; consti: : tly imprr-'sed on their i, minds.! Sluap of wir :Natchcfrom: Hit Janeiro, to I Point. Notice

It III iv erve' to irmrd th.'tii, not from nii!oo- embaik for the United! States.
f,.-Schr. Hesperus I1ei kill New York
( lil.-f: but wiihin: tin dark ,'iul noisome; purtiMis I (.'rttha.na, Oct. f>.-We have rcn'ivedj.idviirs lS HEREJtY GIVEN, _
SUlldl ics to the 11JISTC'f.SAILED..
of c dumpy nheie they have: been ac- ; from B'Miota of the lebellion of Gen- Pedro Sans THAT this suit has been Instituted -

lUilomed toy duw.! Cordova! in Antinqm! the success of wlrchI : rs, by attachment in the Superior
Dec. 1st.-Schr. Tamatdipa", Donnin-r.: Teresa 7Jr, } Court Esrambia .
I will: conclideIr.! Kdiior.liy reiteratingihi' by ;acci lent was unknown in this capital. His County
Furcnzo Bni and
I I New Orleans, 5.,1:: GGO bricks by GeoigeV.; The Defendant and all other persons
a->(viion; tint it i i.< of pI iII, ry ; IUl \it.d! !! Ex. .he Secrefny of 11'-, sees in this success Cal kJy and sundries by the Master.2nd. rilomin Ptru. interested are hereby required -

ui'ctsi i.y: to hc clc'1''nrl' and (Minsemioni sc'Ju'v a temerity I.fit'\1 author, 'without any 0- to appear and plead to Declaration.
I .-Schr. I. I., Pclot, Mobile, Ballast. PPIII cola. Oct. 30ih. 182'J 39lf.
(" of the Sou.li! ; and SouthVesen timer evil cn.scriince| ?, but: rch as may fallinponihr I -
3rdSchr. Surprize O'Flaherty; New
:.;. t1:it" tint :hj.s harbor be fo "lilie il! as s-i elnr-. i I provincehich servos as till theatre ,
1 Orleans-Cargo- iGOOO bricks by Camp- Notice.ALL
)y .!-i I th'nk clc.nly evincedtlarinc of his crime. It is also ascertained through! .
'I' i bdll and Foster.
the Iii w tr wh it ininiMi-.o: i'nporJ an onVer who left Mfdell.a that not more persons interested in the Estate of John
Schr. St. Antonio Norris Key West
:fUI't' i:> }po';sfsm i is capble: of .''fioidinir! I I than,0 or :50: men had joined him, & that; I deceased are hereby notified that the

an .ini\e, np !Miind! Cltcrpri'ing) enemy. I I ;these ale without influence wealth or notoriety :; Ballast. Undersigned Clerk of the County Court will ex-
I j Schr. Washington Swami New Orleans officio Rdniiwisifr:: on said Estate:
pursuant to an
E all the of I.dnd.c'itlwr.lW'] : it it
did derive
true the B ,ii Mi not any ;mppearIhat order of the lion the Ihe
i 120.000 bricks by Campbell and Foster. Presiding Judge of
.:Ua:!.-s iVom i-s Mccupancy which they I occasioned any disirust! at Bo-jota, since the Dec. 5th.-Schr. Hesperus Heiskill,Moi I. County Court, all) persons having any dcrtfandg
1, : cdcid'ited on ; h'it this food luck wasowiriT eflect of the news has only excited] a contempt I against aid Estate will present them without
i bile the Master.
carco delay.
mate: to tiie want of skill, harmony ) for the perpetrator of s.) nefarious an '

:IU J conibiiutinn amoiiL'st their comnvtnders. tempt, as since then the capital has; been NAVY AGENT'S- OFFICE:, H. G. Ramsay,

Ill in to any e\t-rion; of fOI'f! or me-.ns fit as tranquil as before. The measures adopt- Pens-icola, Dec. 1st,' 1829. } Clerk.

i t'<,q 'n" uhich WI' weioen:ibled to oppose.: \''ed by the Cu\ec nnunt, were carried piomptly Proposals will be received at Walton County, October 16ih, 1820- 3SttV

In lilY future W Irs which wo nnv, he called into effect by the Prefect of the district.The I SEALED{ until the first day of April Nut ice \s \\ .- 'eh y Given,

-.n :o sust-iin, whIr an onemy holding! the Gacctadf Cart/iagfiiaofllib Oct. next to supply the West India Squadron and TO ALL WHOM IT... MAY rnxrrnv., : .. -
V' V il V; & 11,
;l ek'I lance at sea and desijinini: to make adttmontr.tion says that the rebel? Cordova has cut oil'all Navy Yard with: I James
Parker is dead, and that letters
!! on the Doha cftte! :MisHssip-' ; communication with Saragossa, and that all THAT 1tion on his estate have been

]1i it will b,! :!.n ossnti d object lo.: him to was quiet at Guayaquil.We Fresh Beef granted to the Subscriber. All person indebted to

acquire possession of this! h lrloI"-This end see no other mention of this I province. the estate are tequesteoV to make immediate pay.
of had surrendered to AND ment. and those to Whom the estate is indebted to
The city
itt: iifl ln will! at once wiih{ .t proper displ Guayaquil

t+' of t force and With a little skill in its dis1)0a1 CoI! :without; resistance as we are informed Vege tab les.FOR law.present their claims within the lime prescribed, by

] and man: :!niPiir, hive it within his by a }passenger. James Finlay.1rlrntnisFrator

(JIJ\\'l'( to reduce Viobile and! New Orleans, I ONE' YEAR. ., ,

: ; or destroy! the conrnerceof the
Pen aeola V_ 1829.-.18-9r..
The proposals to state the price per poundof ,
> Miro ant! inlli.-t and deadly; Nov. 12.
a severe:
1 beef and the terms which the
Jill\\' United) States' srhooner Porpoise, upon vegetables -
on the -stites; of Al.h.mn, LouUi.uvi, The will be furnished. NoticeIs

1\lh..i"ijlJli i, TennesseeVest ( Joorgii and Liriiteinut Commandant Newell, arrived
Bond and security will be required for the
Jn-)' List cons-deration the a hero morning from Port Mrdion Hereby Given
!: ti-it lci t in our yesterday faithful of the ,
'I'.'-'ra.n' 11 !'I..nt1.l. It i is 1:1alll to cant I and Gibraltar, having sailed; from the former For further information apply at this Office. I THAT sit weeks from this day I shall apply

about ih'; rnn] .-v of Oar Militia -r'instJh on the 26th September, ant the latter on I of administration 00 the estate e f

.. n'j'recj' < ofI I:1: rrcanized 1oe- I the 2nd of October. The United States' Charles P. Tutt, l Samuel Tanuicr deceased.

) "i orI I Ontario Captain Stephens, sailed from 'fal'I' Agenf. Henry A. Nunes
'; I .e, of +h<- cov"r of e'ltrenchmonts tip I ,
I11'apcr lines of ofll-uco! and dt-fcnco their Gibraltar a few days r before the arrival of the 42-If; Teniacola. ?JOT. 2ud. 1829.3'Ot.ott.

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A 1 late the prices of all the materials med in A RE11EtiY! which hut proved itself superior to .
01 Types, have btrvu Swaim's or any of the Panacea* frr the cure
NEW FRAME BUIL2)iru making Printing greatly
reduced and the facility of manufacturing grtai- Ill" THE PRESIDENTor of Iftc following diseases, viz :

CONTAINING four Rooms, with a Kitchen, the ly incI aased. The Subscriber therefore has been Tin: NECROSIS, (or affection of the bones,) KING'S

\J Lot fenced in, a.1Il1atll10.. 9, Secretary induced to make a proportionable reduction in the EVIL, (SCROFULA,) "'Ill n. SWELLING ;
Street, near the Navy Yu: .d. Possesuion to be had prices, which, from the first of April, have been as United SttltCS.I I
CANCEROUS and inveterate ULCERS
on the 1st. January next Lot further particulars stated in the annexedlist.Thccharacter ;

apply to I of the Type made at thisFoundry LIVER and BlLiOL'5! COMPLAINTS: ;
(' nfl\v; I. Axnncw JACKSON,
Gco. W. Barkley. is well known to the Trade, who are assured that I RHEUMATIC: affections of tliHieaUt, SYSTEM':

1'enl3colatOct.( 261h, 1829.--a8-tf i.. regard to the quality of metal, finish, Mud President of the United States of America I generally ;

durability, no deviition has teen in.de.He do hereby declare, and make; known, ULCERS of the MOUTH and THROAT.

has on hand a complete assortment, and can that a public sale will he held at the Land
Notice \& Tci'chv Given SYPHILIS, and all other diseases arising lit
vS supply quantity on a short notice he will be
J any Office at Tallahassee; in the Territory of of r.lEUCUKY.As .
IY weeks from this date, I will apply for letters of happy to receive the orders of his customerswhich' improper
administration on the estate of John Spciden, will have immediate attention. Merchants who Florida, on the first Monday in February a general depuratiye article, or cIt I.roftlr.,

deceased have orders from abroad, can have ol&ccs complete nC'xt1 for the disposal of the Public Lands ; blood, this\ remedy possesses invaluable powers ; it
ANN SPETDEN.Pcnsacola. with and thin for improves( the appetite' and has also the remarkable
presses, every : necessary a situated within the limits of the undei nen- I
2Sth October, 18: 9-: ?-fit. Painting Establishment, set in the most perfect tioncd townships and fractional effect of depriving the skin of that yellow\ biliiug
tint, which is so common in bilious constitutions
"> m
Publisners are requested to give this advertisement to wit : ALBRIGHT

Notice.IS n place in their papers a few times! to H-- North ot the base line and West of the !iladt.l/'hia.
ceive payment, 2 dollars, in Type, or in the settlement The proprietor, in offering IU "C(JI.L)1RRaS
HEREBY GIVEN, of their accounts. Meridian.Town rur" to the public, furnishes a fctv of the most

Richard Ronald, oJ). iip two, of range twenty-two. remarkable cures, performed the tame, in testimony
at the expiration of six weeks from this of its supciio1- remedial powers, as him
THAT I shall apply to the) Honorable, the PRICES.-At six months'crt'dil, for a'ps| used Townships one, two, three, four and five, by respectable personas residing in different given pans

County Court of EscamVia, for letters of Administration paper, or at a discount of 5 per cent for cash. of ran 1:0 twenty-three. of the United States, as a just merit dn j to the

upon the Estate of Patrick Frcil, deceased. Pearl, per lb. $I 40 F.npisli; : $iI) : Townships onv, lour and five, of range same, ns well as being the means of convey ii.f to

James Kinlay, Nonpareil, 0 IK) (;rent Primer (I :;G I twenty-lour.' tl.cir fellow I creatures who are similarly afflicted n'

Minion, 0 70 Double Pica 0) :H4 sure, speedy and effectual rf'uldy-an.nre, that
Pensacol 15th Oct 1829-33-Gl: Townships one three four and five of
Brevier, 0 ftG Do. Great Prim"r, 0 '32 I many medicines are at this time distributed! about

L1C1CiivCll Burgeon. 0 An( Large letter, plain range twenty-f\e.: the country, held forth to cure diseases, upon
Notice \ Lone Primer, .t) 40 | Scabbards! and TOWIJhil'S three, four and five, of range which they have not the slightest influence, some ,

Small Pica, 0 "8 I Quotations, 0 30 twenty-six. I of which they had tried previous to the use of the i
all whom it may concern that Mariane J
TO Pica. 0 'M j as be seen by their own Atteslatons.
syrup. may
is dead, after having duly made and Tow.ij>hips two, three four and five of
she The prices of other dc>cnptiot of Types arc pro- The medicine is so highly U'll11trllly some of the '
last Will and Testament
published a port iunahly n'll nr.cll. range twenty-seven. I pl'ysioiuns for the cure of various dis-eases, that to
the subscriber Executor, who has qualified
appointed and taken hil'Aselfthe execution thereof. Old Type received in payment 9 cents peril.NOTICE. Fractional township t one, of range twenty the proprietor's ,urn knowledge, ten gentlemen! ef

All persons indebted upon :o the estate arc requested to eight, West of St. lllar3 do Galvex bay. the medical faculty here induced to try it in diseases .
to which they themselves had been subject,
make immediate payment and those to whom the Fracti real! township one, of ran (' twentyeight
and! found benefit its
great HIP ; one particularly -
estate' is indebtedto present their claims for payment Copartnership heretofore existing under East of lllack eater !
THE >av. residing Allentown N. J whose dissolution
within the lime prescribed bv Law. firm of llaines & Gales is t by mutual con
V JOHN DE LA RUA. sent this day dissolved. Those having dimaixls Towns tips f two, three, four and five, of teas. threatened by a !severe i; attack of liver complaint -

said Firm will please iheoi h two ty-eight. which had I previously resisted his own neat
against; present I -it range
Executor. deemed quite unnecessary to add, that those indebted Town : two three and four of went, was in the course of a few weeks restoredto
J. Pensaeola. October Oth, 1PC9.SUPERIOR trill confer a particular favor by settling (ps range the enjoyment of perfect hrnlih. .
twenty-nin '. The accounts ninth \;;.\l' been received fiom
their accounts.
COURT P. llaines Township) one, of rinne thirty-one., agents in different parts of tIle Union, Kpnkni;: rf

Sidney \ Townships three, four, .1llrlli\'c, of the good effects piodnced by the syrup, uc suf/i
OF TIIC Samuel Gates. range cient to compile at this lime an octavo volume of
thirty two.Townships.
upwards of two bundled to enumerate nil
I \VE8T EP DISTRICT. Tire:. business will in future conducted by four and five, of range thirty the cttrcs. pages
Samuel; Gates! who keeps his usual! good supply.Pensacola. .
NOTICE IS '!s 'IEBT GI "EN. August 3ul\, 1829-2>);if.CLOTHING" three. The dose of the Columbian S .rtlp." are jndi
South of the base line and west of the riously proportioned, and ndnptiu to the age and
there ofcno United State- Uistric Meridian. btienglh' of the human system. It is eo perfectly!
Supetio. our f West Flom Ida, appointed innocent, tint no evil effects need be apprehended

.to be held in i' (...1.. of Pcnaacola on the Fractional township one, of range twenty from it, when taken agreeably to the directions.It .

HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. i one. be given without apprehension to the
Io \\ oV 1' may any
1st \ \\$ o'V .\\\ >ei! i Fractional townships one and two, of most tender infant or ftebe! adult.

next is Postponed until the FIllST MONDAY of 3. O'NEILL range twenty-three. MEDICAL UKCOM-IKNDATORY: XOTICK.
recommended tie of J. hCi
Deember next. Having use illtril
received\ fashionable! assortment of I Fractional townships, one and two, of I "COLUMBIAN SYKOP" in
By order of the Hon. iI.f.: Biackenridgp, J-uIgp flASjust my own private practice
of the Superior Court of the Western District of and Spitng I range! twenty-four. : for nearly tw+ years, and ha\ili
@l1@ 1JiJ[{ ( ) Township one, of ranee twenty t five.Township Florida.'V. of resisted the usual remedies. I now with much pleusure
Hunt six.
Ilascll one, ranne twen'y
in it favour amid will I
which he ofiers for sale low for Cash. Fractional of give my testimony ? qUilt"
CLERK. township two, range twentysix. a few of the most remarkable cures pctfurnicd by i iI

Peusacola, let October! 1S29: -3i>-tlmd AMONG IVII11I:117:; I I I I the same which came under my notice.

.. Black, blue, In jun and oii\e dicss and Dock superfine Fractional townships one and two, of : Mr. Jolm Hinckle's son, of Abington township,
,! Pa. ulceration of the mouth
clothCOATS .vlomjjomery county.
ranee tawerihseven.Fractional t
NOTICE. I 1 I anti t'jrnnt.' and violent rnilainmatirn of the,.yrs i
IIF. Subscriber testanifntory "xecutor of the & PAro'TAZ.OOIKS. townships one and two, of!'the> disease; had! dt>':c.jed the soft parts of the '

T late Ynigo Garcia request those who have Bail tip] cord, "siuct, 'JrilMng, unit ;cnshian ilo range tvventw-ci ht, Hast of Pensacola and I! throat andioofof the mouth that ir laid l hare

claims against the said estate to present their accounts VESTS Kvambia; haand. we;,t of the Bay of St. I i lime bones and made its any into tin nose; -Mrs.
for payment ; and those indebted to the Mary de GalveT 1 i i JMaiy: : Peterson, of ilraington Del confirmed*

same to settle within the shortest delay.AN'T'ONIO. plain! blacl nnd] f.;'uted !oilk'h't'l, valrntia, toil! ;! Scro"fuln, under which she laboured nearly three
Fractional\ township one of range twenty :i She had extensive scrofulous ukf'ralir,1'U3'
POL. net. fancy and pl.-n &iJJbille, ai Pen sacola,October 14, lS::' -37tf, Vf iih a xiuictv uiBOUND eicbt- cc..t: of Ularkwater b iy. :i:i on lll.lcfr side of tare neck down to her breast ; the

: Fractions: : of to\\n>>hips one and two, oi !)ir-isi vt ty imicli rnlnrgo ; 1).T It ft Rim swollen;
JACKETS and useless, and her head on the\ ifiVctrd side re
range! twenty-nine, Cast: and \r est of Ese ;:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Fine f. ill d and plain IiMi I linen imbia clir.ing on the shoulder: and violent pnin in her

llH.'T the Term of th I'mtcti States frupeiior SIiI1\TS : biv.Township; svstrni.! General Thomas Snyder, of Rheumatic

Court for the county of .Jacl<"Oll, appointed ; one of ran.!!e thirty. I nlfcctiun of the head, followed by iin obstiuction of
duck, riKck., cotton and ilannc! do. Fractional of t: the nostrils ; severe pain in the jaw, eKtcn.lmg -
to be held on the first Mondav; of Decf'mbrr next, township! two, range thirty. upper
the third! Monday ot said Dccein- Fractional : from the nose over the r.hrck bones; the ctie&kiexhibiling
is Postponed DRA WERS. ; townships one and two, oft'
fer nest. high h'ate of iiiilainmatinn.. Vilentine

By order of the Hon. II. 31. !IhacIvcnriJge! Judge Ul.it l< Italian silk ( n.\\' ).'1'::;, rane thirty one. Bornrf of ulceration of the left nostril, ob-
of laid court. (il.iin and fiincy, do. Fraction,tl townships two and three, of structi'Mi of the same ; loss of sm II. difficulty of

P. TARDIFF Silk Handkerchief, (Jlovcs.! llt.siery! sniped; Suspenders range! thirty-two. breathing, ..r..1 severe pain of the system'-:Mr.

Pee. Chronic lUieumatism.! with '\ hit h she i..id been

BOOTS Meridian. afflicted upwards sixteen years ; her son of scald

GOSIIEN BUTTER &c. k"A..YJ Townships three, and four, of range four.FrnctionaUown.hip head, and daughter: of scorbutic affection of theimn

SHOES &c. lama sZt : five, of lange tive.Townhips and dischurge: from the left ear.-Stephennaif's
Best Goshen Butter son of ctnous aflVclion of the shin; neaily :
P'amil> Flour in half Bb.gggbg With Dojnfstir.; and Piece r.'(;ods.Peimsacuin one ;ami two, of ranee six.Townships the whole of the shin bone was destroyed, trgHlur 0

PONCHONG TEA, Fehl'lIa7. ,. 1829-'{J-if. two, three and eight of range wits: mnny of the smaller/ hones of the foot.-Mr.
TB.A6.Cranbcrri's.. ten. James M'.Minn, of liver complain tied jisthmn. 2

Best Cincinnati' Hams (Gassolliiisins Pen.sacoJa Gazette RcudiHg Room. Fractional townships two, three and four, which he had upuanis ofmiineyeams.-Mms. Mvcr :
of ulcerated sore mnu'h and throat, and hci laughter
rr Ie., ,) and townships, Ewe and ten, of range eleven. :
of scrofula. Besides the diseases as'c' enumerated
new Crop (ift-THE PopiieturufthePcns.tcula) C-azeteha s t
Fractional to '. four and five and
\ lI Hips ;
,11 I prescribed with successin
thiSyrup greet
llall'|| Bids.! No. Atackrrcl, opened I aREADING
Half best Cincinnati Family Beef. township! ten, of ranee twelve. mercurial cases and secondary syl|>liilis. Z

IJiiJevwood's best assorted Pickles and Sauces ROOM Fractional! : townships five and six, of In giving this lestimrny of the merit* cf tIColiiiiihiui *. I

Pine Apple Cheese, ranee thiitcen. Syrup," I have divested r.iy!lanpnn;;c I
For Sale the Subscriber where Papers from every part of the! limed States entirely of technical tel m<;, the letter, to be under- .
by ; at his Store, Main ..
Street, in front of the Public Square. are rezul.tdymectivedanil. fded ii.t'.uedinicly) after The to,vtk-his| and fractional townships derstood by those, to whom it is intended! to convey C
tae ui rival cf (:lie JNbil. will be offered in the order above dr.-ienated; its effects. The length of time tie diseases have

J. Pescay.Pensamla' TERMS.r.ight beginning with the lowest number of Sectionin been dissipated! convinces me, that the cures art tperutrntcu
) Nov. 21st, 182R. each. : (. and it may with propriety be srid. that ::
D >il>trs P+-r smnnm. payable in nut-ance. its healing qualities rank it swung the Gist remedies -
ya TO For the vaccoinmodi of iiio<;r d'cnllcmen The lands of the present day.
MARINERS. ; reserved by law for the} use ofschool
whose stay in tae City' may be uncertain, biiL.<;ci ip- c;
I for other will be JOHN I. :\1.\YWEG, M. D.
:FIVILarge BUOYS have been moored in tions will beiccciyei" : monthly, at one Dollar per or purposes, excluded Pl.ilodelnhia; March 5. 1S28.
leading Goon the Gulf Stream, month. v. from sale. tat
through the Harbour of KI'.Y \\ ILST, iuto the Bay ttdiNcrb'!! to have tic pri.h'; of introducing The above mentioned Medicineean be procured .
Given under( :n)' Ir.nd tit the City of three dollars pf't" (;illal t but lie r f il-e sjubJciiLowho t.
Mexico.; Vessels drawing /J fret water, and b l1fl'1 sii.Migeri: giatis.IT.J :
bound to Mobil. Pensacola, and! New Orleans can 'Subscriptions arcnow received at the Rending Washington: thi fifth (day cf October, vviil exiibil: to any prison applying, the ct'itr,
ficatcs of alluded! Doitor .
by observing the following directions pass throughthis Room. A. D. ::! cures to by May w eg.Vanbaun

Channel with perfect safety, and thus avoid --- -- 1829.ANDREW &. ri1S011.Pensacola .
the tedious and : of the Gulf.It KIRCHWASSER &C JACKSON.Hy : .
dangerous navigation .
moth January, lS !) IIIIf
is recommended to Masters of Vessels to steer the President :
Sal, the Subscriber
hy received
from Buoy to Buoy, keeping close to them on either FUll lately
New Orleans. GEORGE GILILLH.Commissioncr WISE
hand moored the
-They are in deepest water
Kirchwnsser, (of tin- Black Forest,) 2
and can be distinctly seen from each other The Champaigr.e, (Sparkling) of the General Land a 1(
hearing of the Buoys are as follows : Superior qualify, '
I 1
Gujnoiet d'Angers (French Cherry Cordials,) Of cc.
The 1st Buoy at the entrance of (the Channel and
MuscatelVine, best quality, October 9 1829! -tils. No. 1. Z!
nearly in the Harbour of Key West, bears from Bordeaux Oil, 200 do. Soap,

the Light House 8n Key West by Compass !4. White Wine Vinegar, 2 Pipes dry Malaga Wine,
W. by W.rgt, distant 1 mile.
2nd Buoy bears from the 1st Buoy N. W. by J. Pescay. A FRESH SUPPLY Sacks of Salt.A rio

North. Pensacola, IfithFrb. 1829. Fashionable!
3rd. Buoy bears from the 2d Buoy, N. W. j OF arrived and for SUMMER sale by CLOTHING the Uuderii,'jus lIedt GOOD ASSORTMENT OF

North. Administrator's Notice. ,
4th Buoy bears from the 3d Buoy, N W. 1-2 North. CONSISTING OF DRY
P1TTMAN Senr. applied to me for
61h Buoy on the Bar, bears from the LightHouse ISA\C Fou SALE 'I
of Administration on the estate; of Black, Crnun, and Green Bombazern BY I
Vcsf.CPVessels .
West North West \
on Key by
George Keith deceased. These ate to those
notify II. Michelct.TVnsacola
Coatces and :Frock Coats .
requiring Pilots can obtain them nt concerned that after six weeks I shall grant letters. ,

Key West as there is a board of branch Pilots es Thos. M. Bush, Angola, Circassian, and Ficnch Linen do. with a June 23, 18:15-19-tf. lc.

tablished.The variety
shoalcst water at low water is 10 feet, and 1'. J. C. C. JfT. C. PRINTED: WEEKLY, BY 1

at high water 12 1-2 feet on the Bar. Ilolmes' Vadley August t4lh, lS2J29Gr.Notice. PANTALOONS & VESTS JEROME D. MOORS, i i f C

'V n1. Pinkney, suitable for the season. FOR THE PROPRIETOR. tc

Super intend ant of Bu oys While and Brown French linen, drillings, Canton I X
Grass, umbazeen and FancyJACKETS. \ib\\s\\CT of l\\e \AXSOK
Is Given.
Hereby :
Key West, January 20, 1829. ) THE

Is HEREBY Given that at the expiration ef Six UNITED STATES, I CAD

NOTICE.ilC weeks from t't! date, I will apply to the Hon F',.e, plain, and frilled linrn shirts ; Black Italian .
County Ccurt of Escambia for letters of Adminis. cravats and !stocks ; silk pocket handkerchiefs, OF THE I

Undersigned bus received instruction to ration upon the estate of Nathaniel G. C. Slaughter silk and cotton Hosiery ; black horse-akin, Beaver TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. re

prevent or punish the cutting of valuabletimber deceased.. and linen gloves ; silk, cotton and worsted suspenders >llFIVE
upon the Public Lands. These instructions Julius ; hl.rck'vlute/ and seal hats, of fine'qnali-
extend not only to Live Oak end Cedar, butte Pescay, es, nad latest fashion, with a general supply' of ; 1\U.s. Ulfr
''Timberofevery description taKrn from the Pub i November 10( 1829: -39tf DOLLARS per annum, in advance, if payHRnt i

lic Land, for the purpose .Shipping' for the use' BOOTS monthSLX DOLLARS I of
deferred six
i i-?
of Saw Mills &.c." It into i be understood however I r l\\V'Sl'1'1 10lll) 1 XJ .
instruction du tiiuberused for ADDb1IOLS I \v'Jl:; be recjuired.JTAilvcrtisemcntj. .
that the not apply to I or t'lVB Gentlemen can be nccommcda- .4iJ c at ONE
fuel or for plantation purpose.. FOUR Pm ivate boarding by the subscriber on t 'C. inserted con e picuon y
for fourteen lines o r loss, for
Benj. Wright, reasonable term DOLLAR every
.7. O'Neill. insertion and FIFTY CENTS, for eact
U. S. Attornty. : James Pendleton, the fiM ,

pcusacol, !'th'gov. 1828-Sfi--tf. ,. Tcnsacola, NOT. 10th, IQih 182'J.: -W; -3m. ft'n\tcl.:: Map 12l:, Q.-11t'1: .. oatisinr.ce: -)IOPCT ores f by tie s'P'o rule lr

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