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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 12, 1829
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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Laws of Florida be made on inspection of the record fronr. And Provided also,' *that laid teih.flpet. Sec. 16. Ik further enacted, Thru, it county of Jcckson and fa.the town'oTllnri*
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said justice of the Peace, saving to all persons ; exceed one dollar per day, for each diiy the hill: he thc duty 8t the clerk of each coun- nnnn, Jih'l, l also n Jail oh such lot in the Said

.. the riubt of appeal and writ of error to j t j white inhabitants are required to work on ty courtt to make out a correct docket of all ':town as to them *houl seem fit, and abo to
| the Superior Court, and writs of error, ; roads or highway' suit nnd causes! of action, brought in said locals and enter the 'quarter section of lam

etauv ; i Certiortiri, mandamus and prohibition shall i,i Sec. 8. fife it farther enacted That tho court, at least fifteen days before the first ; to which the county Jnckson was entitled

i.,ue from! the county any Justice's. Court, !; County tnxrsjshail be collected: in the same j jj day of each county court, and deliver the by an ,act of Congress of the United State,

A I which shall be tested by the presiding rice Jawarding J; manner as the Territorial taxes are collected, i\ same( to the 1 presidingjustice;: and} in case one ,, and to sell and dispose of the same at public
the same. I: and by the same persons, and it shall be the j j'dtily of tile parties: ,to any suit before said courtor, auction, on the first monday in January, in
Sec. 3. lie it further enacted, That all :: .of thr said courts and justices to order his attorney hall requo.st it in writing, said :. the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hurt-

r appeals, from the said County Courts, shall the said tax collectors, respectively, to give clerk shall issue a rehire.facias, directed to : derd 1 and twentv-nihc- to apply the funds

i be taken to the Superior Courts of the district ;I bond, To (the presiding justice of said courts! the sheriff, commanding him tn summon a j arising from the sale of laid lands towards thb

j which the said county is-e: part, and 'i with good I anu sufficient security, in a sum to sufficient number of qualified<< jurors to aterection: of the public buildings! aforesaid ;

--0. ..- -- ,.' --- !_--- : \\ .rits of 'error. Ccrtwrari 1 iMndamus, pro- be approved orb} said presiding justice, con- | tend the said term of said court ; but in no And all other contracts anti transactions en-
; r ..1'lOIlI/Y. hV/ition; and injunction shall lie from the Su- j i ditioned for the faithful performance of the other case shall such venire facias be issued.) i' tered into or executed by and in virtue of an

c.- j I peiior to the County Courts, which shrill he duties ji 'j I of their office, and the punctual pay- Sec. ih Be it farther enact' I, That j act of the Governor and Ltrgftlnjivc Council=
A\..:. ACTTo ;i obeyed>d by said County Courts respectively. |!I mint of the asnounl.of taxes by them collected I whenever there shall not he a sufficient num- j of the Territory of Florida, entitled "an act

repulitc the fees of Notaries Public, in Sec. 4. Be further enaeted, That the I at such stated times as may be filed by : her of the jurors, so summoned, in att. nd-I j 1 to establish the seat of justice for tho county
the case of Wrecked Vessels, and property said Courts shall han no criminal jiirisdic1 said] Courts. ance.it shall bo lawful for the presiding' of Jackson* Approved the 23d October),

appertaining thereto.Be I. !Ion, except in cases where the Judge of the Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, That the I:justice to order the sheriff to make up the 1828 ; and annulled by an act of Con esr,
it enacted hi/' the Gnnrrnnrand Legis- Superior: Court shall be the party; accused, I presiding Justice of each comity court, shall l deficiency from the bye-slanders, and.theI I entitled "an act to authorise the citizens of
: lative Council of th/ Tcrriion/ Floritla, oi the said I Superior Court, for any other 1 have power either in open court, or in vacation I'i jurors in county 'colirt shall: possess the 'the Territories of Arkansas and Florida to

That the Notaries Public, in this TenilorVjfrom cause, cannot take crgnir.tice, then and in lo. take the probate of wills grant and t i j i same qualification* and be liable to the same''\ elect their officers, and for other purposes,"
and after the p assize of this act, shall : lint case, it shall be the duty of the .prosecuting repeal letter testamentary and Tellers of exceptions jurors in the Superior courts. :i Approved 21st January, 1829 : be and tho

he allowed to clvirgc: and receive tor all : Attorney to give twenty days' notice administration, appoint and displace guardians I''I Sl'(". I S. Be further 'c'lactcd' That the ,t[same are hereby made good and valid in law

\ protests, in the case of wrecked, or damaged before the term, to the presiding Justice of of infants, orphans, idiots lunatics ape! ,., county con is shall have power to fine and :and equity to all legal intents: and purposes:
vessels, or property belonging to wrecked, the Count, and the said presiding Justice persons non compos mentis, and to make a I'necessary ; imprison for contempt of their authority : as if the aid act of tin Governor and Legist

or 'Limbed vessels, the sum of sixteen dollars shall caus a venire facias to be issued returnable orders for issuing of process and'I Provided, that the fine for stU-ir contempt j 1 lative Council had continued in full force and

any law to the contrary: notwithstanding.Passed to the next term of the said County notices. That letters tesUmentary, or of shall in no case exceed twenty dollars, or the.I; pffi:,.t.

11th. .Novemb: r, 182J.! Court, and a grand jury to be summoned for administntson, so granted by the said presiding imprisonment, twenty four hr'-rs. Sec. 2. lie it further enacted, That tfid}
tint; especial! purpose, and tha decision of justice, shrill: !) bb issued by me clerk and Sec. 11) Be it further enacted, That ap- said John G. Smith, James W. Exum.JohhP.

AN ACT the maid<
To establish the Boundary Line, between shall be final : Provided, That in all cases, .justice. That the said presiding: justice the county to the Superior court, in the of them, be and they are hereby vested with
Leon, and Jefferson Countio" aforesaid, when the Sup'rior.COl1rt have shall also have power to order sale and distribution same manner, and under the same restrictions full power and authority to ask, demand and '

Be it enacted: by the Goccrnur and Legislative exclusive jurisdiction of the offence, it shall according to law, of the estates of as arc imposed in the cases respectively receive, sue for and collect all monies due

Council of the Territory of Florida, be the duty of the district Attorney to give intestates! in cases in which the same are not when appeal, or writs of error are taken and owing for, and on account of the sale dt' r

That th!ie boundary line of Leon: and Jefferson due notice to one of the Judges of the ;.idjoininp sufficient to pay the expenses of adruiniitra from the Superior court to the court of Apsaid quarter section of land, and all monies:

: counties, shall commence at the mouth oi i'" } district, who shall attend at .che term tion. peals. due and owing fo their predecessors according -
the river St. Marks. thence running up said \ of the Superior Court, at which such offend- Sec. C. Be it furlhe;- enacted, That cio Sec. 20 Be ,it further enacted, That if to the ;act of the Governor and Council

river to tbo fork, thence up the eastern er i is to be tried, and lake cognizance thereof all cases of appeal, or probate of any will. either l, }* desire: .to appeal I 1 from thejudgment before, rccitrtd! to ".It; Jartsma amts Webb, C- C.

branch, to the point where the township HUrl, I and in case any suit shall I be in-stinted in or granting letters of administration, or upon ;of 1110 county -ourt, he may file Nichols! William Patterson,?Arthur Foster
dividing ranges! two and three crosses the J the said County Courts, in which the Judge original causes brought! in the said co"'r.iy: his bill of exceptions lo the opinion of said and George Jackson, by subscription or

dame, thence along said township line, to tho of the Superior Court shall he a party plaintiff court, the party applying o to the court shall court, pril'yintlnt i ii may be signed i- sealed, otbcrw* e, and the same and every part
first township post north and east, from or defendant, and he shall desire to appeal pay lo the presiding' Justice* twn dollars for ;and made, a part of the rceord, and it shall :thereof appropriate to the, said purpose bf
thence east along the township line, between from the judgment of the said County his fee, in such cause, at, or before any decision he the duty of the presiding; justice td inspect erecting and building said buildings according

townships, one ind two, in range thrcv., to Court\ the said appeal shall be taken to the tbnreon which s\lm. in case of rev'ov- the said !bill, and if it contain the evidence to the contract or contracts entered info
the point where the same strikes the :Mico- Court of Appeals of this Territory or writs cry and execution, sh.ill' he taken an a part or point derided] correctly! and pre- in accordance with the net before recited,

sukv, thence up said lake to the south, boundary of error may issue from the Court of Ap- of the costs, or in case of arty probate of any eisely, he shall san, seal, and certify the and to make due returns of the disburse. *

f township No. 3, range No. 3, north peals to the said County Courts, in the same will or granting Ir.tteu, of administration, same to the Superior; court of the district in ments of all monies collected as aforesaid;

and east, thence up the lake to the eastern manner that appeals are taken. from, or"rits shut! be allowed: to any executor or administrator which the cause originated, when the phinto the county court of Jackson county ; on

boundary line of section No. 34, in said issued to, the Superior Courts of this Ter- paying the same, in his settlement if tiiTin error shall: hive paid the costs of suit before the first day of March next, by

township No. 3, thence north, with the ritory. of tIe, estate in the county court, and given bond with whom they shall be allowed to retain such

l eastern boundary lines of sections, No. 34, Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That the Sec. 11. Be it further' rnactul. That two or move: securities, in a sum sufficient to compensation for their services as to the
27, 22, and 15, in said township, to the said County Courts shall hold two terms in there, shall be elected, or appointed, in each ever all costs an:1 1 damages; which may ncs=,i,1 court shall seem just and reasonable.

Georgia line.Passed each year, in each and every county, at such justice's district in each county: H CoiWnbhi rrueanrl, if it shrill} appear to tile jury that Which returns ns aforesaid, shall*be entered
9th Nocmber,1a29. time and places as now are, and hereafter who shall hold his office during the term of! the appeil was frivolous and intended for | on the records of the skid court, and shall

may be established by laws That it shall two years unless sooner removed!, and who ,. delay only, they shall assess damages to the be a sufficient bar to all claims that the bounty -

AN ACT he the duty of all and each of the Justices of shall lake and subscribe on oath f.iit'jfully to party aggrieved by such delay, not exceeding aforesaid, have or may hereafter haveagainst
To authorise William lacer, to erect a Milldam the Peace within the several counties, Under I peifoun the duties J of his ofiire, and shall twenty per centum on the principal sum, the said named persons whilst actingohi.t -
across the Ocklocknee Ri\er. the penalty of ten dollars each for nonattendance i execute bond in the penalty of live hundred! : \\ they shall find due, and such damages as commissioners tinder the act before recited -

tie it enacted by the Governor and Legislative -I to be :sued; 1 for by the Sheriff andrecovered dollars under the same regulations and re- shall be specially noted in the verdict of or under this act.
the Florida I stririiirns as are prescribed to slier:(ffsby thr' such and shall be allowed Sec. 3. Be further enacted That
Council of Territory of in the name of the,county, before !I jurors, no perso the
That William Kccr shall be, ami he is hereby .I tiny Justice t of the! peace,. to attend the I provisions of thin act : Provided, That nothing i i; to withdraw: an appeal! l after it shall haveaecn Superior; and county courts of said county
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authorised erect a mill.lamcro thOoklockncc County Court of his county, at the first !I I in this:: section contained shall prevent : entered, but by consent of parties.See. shall hereafter holden in the liotise' erected .
v all)' Constable from acting in mnre than onejustices' 21. Be it exacted That and 1 built as aforesaid and l aft other
river, beginning at any point se sioii thereof, in each and every year, for further : ; county -
in the fractional section, number twenty the purpose of transacting: county busine.s ; district in the smr county. should the party neglect to take 1U appeal or public transactions shall be held and

two, in township number one, range two, I any two of whom slnll form a quorum : Sec. 12. Be it further enacted, :fhtt! I he: may at any timethercifier, before the final transacted in tho-snhte, md all the prisoners
north and west, and extending: from said u Provided, that if the presiding Justice of the there shall; be commissioned a Sheriff for. execution! of the judgment, procure a of said county shall' hereafter I be confined in

point directly across the said River. County shall, frdm any cause, riot attend at each county who"; shall perform all the dii- copy oftho record, and! if there he error in the house built and erected as aforesaid.)

Sec. 2. Be it further enacted. That theRaid said term, the other Justices shall proceed tie required of him by law, and before! entering the proceedings he may assign, said errorj Sec.<< 4 Re.if. further enacted That It
dam shall continue for, and during tho without him to do county business. on the duties of his office, shall take and present it to the judge of the Superior shall he the duty* of the commissioners afore- .

fall end and term of twenty years : Provided, Sec. 6. Be further enactedThat the said; md<<1 subscribe an o.nh; faithfully to discharge. court cither. in term tin:;', or \'acatiull. and s:id!, to deliver the said houses to the sheriff

avid William Keer, or his heirs or assigns, County Courts and Justices shall have the the duties of his, office, and shall execute should the judge be of opinion I that, injustice of said county, whit sliall' a"h w the marshal

shall so construct the said dam as not to ob- power, by any agent to be by them appointed bond, in the penalty of two thousand dollars! has been dons; or that there is error in the and clerk of the Superior courts, and clerk-

Mruct the face navigation of the said river, for tit purpose, to sue for and prohibit with good and sufficient security, to he ap prccecdlng3-he rn iv award a writ of error of the county courts; free access to the saidto

find Provided further, that this grant shall from trespass: any 1 lands that may belong to proved of by the respective ,liggjnJti. the doUr.ty court, in which the judgment house in which the said courts are tCf btf
not be so construed, as to interfere with, or said counties respectively, and may sell and (t'? of the county court, conditioned for the WP.S rendered, which; shall; be a superscdeas held, and shall also allow the said officers
and faithful of the duties 'mil slnll further under in the for their several
in act to correct performance suspend proceedings rooms same offices.
abridge any manner, an incorporatea dispose of the same: for the use of their respective -
company to he called the "Ocklockneeand counties, in such manner, ?is s'lifi : of his said office-, which fiid. bond sh.:ll'jo the judgment, or execution, until the matter See: 5. And be further enacted, That
Lake Jackson Canal and Navigation court and justices' deem best. The recorded in the once of the clerk ol* oich thereof t >.V'I1 be heard: in the said! Superior it shall: be the duty of the said clerks of the

the 19th day of :No nny take court and filed therc'in, said bond shah not court. The writ of error thus :awarded shall} Superior and Countcourts of said county,
Company 1 approved said l courts and justices' shall and may;
void 'ment but rejnniu in full he issued the clerk of the to hold their offices at the house aforesaid
vetnber,1828. or to impede in any manner,, cognisance of all matters relating to the he upon p I : by Superior court, .
any public improvements' which may"' now he I opening and keeping in repair of road, force, and the shei ifl' and (,turi1i'slnH? : and its operation :Js i' supcrs-dms shall be in the town of Mariana ti or within' One mild

commencwd, Wr may hereafter be commenced within! their respective counties, appointingoverseers liable to all persons injured by his f,ijlure 1.1'1 obeyed by the elude and sheriff of the olmof the same, and on failure thereof, be' Or

on any part of the s:1itl: river. I and surveyors of Slid roads<< establishing neglect of, or IIOl-pt: l'ft>rrn.ltlce of his (! t ty court,, respectively} upon notice thereof, hey shall forfeit and 1 piy the sum of twenty
Sec- 3. And be it further enacted That I ferries, and erecting and keeping: in ties. which slnll! be done by the clerk of the Su- dollars fir. every week thereof; to be recovered
Sec. 13..1nd be i'further enacted, Th.'t: the writ of in the name of the' infornicr before"SuIprsedt'as
this act shall be in full force from and after repair bridges: and c'tuseways, and granting peiior court endorsing; error, ,
!be cornniiNsioiifd in each Ia f B. Clerk. of the in and for said
the pasarge thereof. writs of ad quod danrum for the erection of there shall county, << A. any justice peace county
Passed, November 13th, 1829. I mills and other n'ltN-works. for establishing clerk of the c-wnty (,tJllrt4 whose! duty it Sec. 22.. Be if further enacted That in the same manner as in other cases of
.iml regulating patrolwhen: and sh dl tlt to record ;all decioes, orders, judgments whenever there is an appeal fronl a justice debt ; one half to be -aid nnto the county
necessary Mid other law to of the the and the Treasurer for the of the and the
AN ACTIn for tl'.p maintenance and support of the papers required' by peace, to county courts, use county, .
relation to the validity of cc--tain record and infirm of their counties, ;:nd shi ll have poor he recorded, to keep the record and min- decision of the, justice slnll be confirm, other Irrlf to. the informer ; and this act shall }
in \lunroe\ County. to levy and I collect a pull and other utes, and! to preserve the papers :appertaining the decision the county court aiiall: be final, be in force from and aftfer US pas;:i e.
Governor; and power to the cOUnty business and t:)Miii>> in s'iiI except in such cases as may arise where. Passed 10th November, 1829.
B* it enacted by the Legislative I tax for tin said purposes ; Provided, that\ .
and who before the 1. of law alone involved Provided -- -- .
courts, entering on diijties questions arc -
Council of the Territory of Florida. I\I whenever it shall be deemed necessary, by
of his ofiice.shftll take an oath faithfullyto : I however, that no judge of the SupeIJ1lblic NoticeIS
That an act, cntitledan act, "to legjli aid :I the said County Court and Justices! to levy !
of perform the duties! of his office, and shall rioi courts, or presiding justice of the countycourts .
make valid, certain records in the county I any other than a poll-tax it shall be the HEREBY .GIVEN ;
I bond in the of two thou- in this when in ; a
execute a penalty i Territory, a party acourt
Munroe and for other hull con- of the said Court to establish the average *.
I THAT
)purposes i i duty( Joseph 1 Crr+sat, this suit has
Rsirid dollars with and sufTiruMit security of justice o1'the shall have a beenb
tinue in force from and during the term of value of slaves in the said county, and good H peace is. 1"\ ingiirnteii. by A IIC ( '
one year, from the passage of this act. no greater tax shall be levied than is, or shall -, to be approved of by thc respective presiding right to appeal from the decision of said justice Carlos De I'tiliers, the Superior Court EitflW
justices of the county courts"condi, i- to his. own court. _Administrator.of J bia.COtinty, ThedrftoinntSee. _
the :
Passed, 13th November, 1829. he proportioned to the tax levied), by
cargo$ ue t UU ua an otiirr rnrr-
tioned for the correct and faithful performance 23 Be it further enacted. That an Tf.J persons
said! court, upon slaves in thu said county ; I r..e i UP hereby required to appear, and plead 10lie
I of the duties of his said office which "Art establish and
to county courts prescribing .
AN ACT Provided also, that no county' tax shall be I tt Decl.iralion.Prnac ,
J bond shall be recorded in the office of said: : their Approve'd-- i82i--3 1f
John's jurisdiction. I.it Oct. 3d'h. : _
To establish County Courts anti }prescribetheir levied I by the county court of St. j
clerk, and shall be filed in the office of the vember 22d, 1823, and "An act to amend ..
Jurisdiction.Be for the of erecting public
county purpose Secretary of the Territory.Sec. I an act, und in addition to an act, entitled, an Public NoticeGIVEN
it enacted by the Governor and Legislative buildings of any kind. In opening and repairing -
Council of the Territory of Florida, \ : roads, personal service alone :shall be 14. Be it further enacted, That the act renulatirtg county courts in the Tt'rri.to- j.S' j11J1>ilt'13Y "
I sheriffs and clerks of the several county ry of Florida, Approved November 23rd: Pedro THAT this soil hw' been in std
That there shall be organised in each of the required or a communication in lieu thereof. I $ins
Counties ef this Territory, a County Courtto I at the election of the person whose servicesare !I; courts of this Territory, shall be entitled to 1828., be and! the same are hereby repealed. 7:$. I tilted by attachment i in the Sop>*> I
i hold their respective offices for the term of Passed, November 9th, 1829. Teresa Bru, } nor f'ourt, EscaAibia County r rForrltso
be composed of one Justice of the Peace, required, not to exceed one dollar per i Brit and j The Defendant and all other p rFilometi '
said Justice to be appointed by the Governorand dav. two years unless sooner remcrrcd by legal ACT Bru. sous interested are hereby' retjQir
the enacted That thesaid authority 1 ProvhIt'd"that no person convicted A N ed to appear and ',)lead to theDeHaration.IVDHC .
.. Legislative Council, and to be styled Sec. 7. Be it further ,
of felony, or other infamous crime, For iherelit'fof John G. Smith and others. l.K (.).t. 30.r., 18J-39lf.: .
shall havetower .
and
presiding Justice of said County. court justices' -...
county and }
hold eitherof Be it tnatlrcllJy the Governor Legislative ti'
suchan shall ever be appointed 'o, or ,i
That tho free of colo.ur to
Sec. 2. Be it enacted people
further to tax
{ the Florida Notice.
the offices of constable! sheriff or clerk. Council of Territory of ,
I County Courts thus established shall bet extent as 10 the said courts may appear a ;
enuted.rtltat the That all the contracts, acts and doings, had,
their the I Sec. 15. Be further IX wpck alter fate, I shall l apply t. tc lie .'
Courts of record and shall, within reasonable equivalent tor << nonpaymentof :* ( prey
non-performance of duties offices of the several clerks of the county Bono and 1 performed by John G. Smitht JamesW c4 idiot, ; Ju,.,tire of the County C tart of Jackson ,
I counties have and exercise original other taxes, or I
respective inhabitants of! courts shall be offices of original record frI Exum, George ora r5s, John P.Lock- Countv, fur Letters i.f Admin tsf ration on tbe Estate
l jurisdiction, over all sums above fifty and imposed by law upon tbn white Rills and other instruments hart, and Joseph Russ, in their capacities as ..f 1thCI .\s'L lliwso.; daceased.
I Under ono hundred dollars, and appellateStirisdistien this Territory. Provided, that such taxes 'deedsmortgages hw \ire recorded with, commissioners t<> contract for and superin J!. M.' St9I1'Jood
to
required by
be in labor or ,
over tho judgments of any Justiceof : shalt in all such rnses payable eounti \ U>0 bnilding of a court houso for tha T+aIh hse+ce. 22c A'.ieti3bet. IB2'1. ar.: t
j the Peace, the docisieo on ,such appeal to i 1 money at the option of the person taxed : f in their Respective



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;' 'rnlltl by tuw crop hen some commerce of the re ihe Potle. 'file Pruih, from-111vJdit-, which fuller! information alone u'
'I' 'i,f lay,or iniftttrti f river deposit, the soil is much bitter.' I land cither agaimt the can cnallo! ;
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In my former communication, having given; f:tam )gt'u j>.rouuu need to be of the very best qu.iltity.GAZETTE : I\"issippi. mouth of St. George's, will! continue to form I On the 15th thesamp; paper addsVe :

some idea of the situation of ihe town of \rrclt.hinlly, this is the 'only hai boron the t I I the frontier line between the two empires. \ slated l yesleuhy, thai until we Iiaj(

Pansacola! 1 now proceed to say something Cult of 'Mesictf where a hostile fleet might The Drinnlio is to be 'nave able to the something moie :wtl.f.'lI : fort is than lilt I

of the neighboring 'country and of the bay. -- have it in 'its power. to .vicinalwater, and merchant vessels'/ of the .Powers, brit iho re-pubhshed account given by the Frenchand

At the distance' of three miles from each' .:ii_. l'r\SACOIA, MONDAY, tE('. liili, 18CX relit in safety Rus,im ships of war Mil not to go beyond German papers, of the amount of te|

other, above end below Fensaiola, Ihcre are j --- -U.- .-.-.-Di.-trict---- Court for the Western District Now it is clear] to my conception, that to the junction of the Drfnulu 'xviih the Pruth. war indemnity granted ly a eniirnte convention I II

two large.streams of fresh water which put i The I'IoridtJud I tlnckenmlgepresidingeommeneedIts secure the'protection of such important advantages The line following Use! limit of the ouriel, I to Russia, tve should doubt the cd'rrctiiess .
of
in,-ca1lrd the Eastern and Western moons j M'st-ion rc thi last and closed fruni the grasp of an enemy, however from tho Black Sea as far; as Imenlin, and I of that HI1IOH1f. and the nature of
at place on Monday
The former is aUo called the bayou Texar \ .. otherwise impotent! would justify the from thence to junction of thc Akhahzik, 1 arrangements made for its pa.JHnent.Ye

by the Spaniards, on account of the brick on SaturJuy.The protection o'f fliis Ilarhor by the strongest liars and Georgia, including, the 'loin of I understand however, tht! it does not fall

yards during the time the country was in the I t':1. Sloop"ITori.la, having been refitted system of hrlY icatrolh Akhalizik' 'its to he the frontier of Georgia, short often millions ducats, and I the error

possession of the Riitish ; I may observe! ;.Jt'ft the.Navy Yard, cir Thursday J last, under llicroinniimd I have also-ascertained, that an imjinss-l Mingreli.i: and oilier provinces of ihe Caucasus lies in the statement, that tnypcrifdi wp re
!tort; that there appears to be a bed of mail I f united Ru sia. All the cuuntries fixed for its liquidation. Tlu- whole
l IIr Lit'ut. 'Mouis, for the Tortllgil4, to complete sion Ii s gained currency both abroad and! at 1 to is a
'vith \' tbeleast) mixture of sand, about three the :uncy in w Lich Lieut. Tatnallid engaged. home, that it is of vital necessity to the welfare the south and west'of tin's line, together with matter o.f future discussion between |he Sul-
fret limn the surface, at this place and l is the Kars Erzeronm and laU and the Emperor Nicholas. !
I' --- f of the Gulf that the Island of Tartu gas and other towns pa- Although
same "which forms the general substratum of We publi.-h in this day's |paper the nccnnil number, and Key West should! be strongly fortified crnticks which have been occupied by the the good Wfices of the other powers will of

the sandy sods at various depth*. The of"II. N." \:hil h ontaius soinck important views of for Naval purposes in preference to thi> Jjyrbor. Russians Iron 'i, ale 'n be under tins dominion course continue lo be interposed, it will

castein lagoon has not more than two or the rMIicy of a .:pccdy completion of the foitificatlona 1 I I I can safely assaie; you, and fiij.tho} of the Portts. The privileges of the therefore be more as a nrtferof friendlinryj

thrert fpct water on the bar at its entrance, t of St. Ilo
rte.i on the western side is bordered by a !I of Pti icoli.: ) confidently mallta: nf'd by the writer either in views of personal interest! sccuird it them. 'fhe six districts detached; tilng': -

hilt. bank of forty or fifty feet! on the other :i attention. horn Servia and the I A? to the amount of the ,
i is worth} c!! serious The only objoc- or an absulute ignorance of the real advantages are to be restored ; indemnity it i is

there is a beautiful point of rK''i hammock ;: tion nr .diipiii't this pl-icc: :1.:1:11 Depot flie] !. of the bay ff .''msacufa- clauses! of the treaty of Akermauii, referring so cvidtl1d.! hj'onilltw !power of Turkey ;.i

land, covered with live oak, magnolia, and : first class is the want of a fofFcicnl depth of wateron I The: protection and security of Key West to Set via, are to be immediately observed (pay, thought! it may not in reality, exceed

other growth indicating good soil. The' the bar to admit i-hipsofthc line ; if this can be I and the Torttigas is without question, an': by ,the POI !l'. The 7th article claims great the expenses inclined by Russil during the

lagoon soon opens into u beautiful sheet of obvi.rte-1, all idea of o \posmon ,to Pen!:icola as a object of vast importance, lying as they do : privileges and immunities for Russian n>ssclstradiq war, that there is strong reason to expect

0 fresh water and continues for about four milesto I Naval Depot must ret?e. It is certain that from the I;; in the direct track of commerce to JMci51e;! to Turkey, and for Russian subjects! that: iho Emperor Nicholas with a due regard

exhibit the appearance of a handsome' earliest period the depth of water h-v remained the : New Orleans, and intermediate points. residing in the dominions of Cite Porte.. The to the consistency of his i arts and de-

river, pith a clear sandy beach, and this. same-the survey of Gnult, fifty years ar% was fund I i Their( occupancy therefore, by strong military latter are to be tinder the exclusive jurisdiction chrations, and an honorable I anxiety fq re-

country on its borders e.xtrcmrly picturesque i to correspond exactly, to an inch, with that made by I defences, would; } undoubtedly I prove of and police of the Ministers, ,and Consuls concilo them togetlivr, upon being satisfied
but sterilo altho' covered with a very thick .I of Russia ail! the Black Sea that tire terms in-posed the Snltan b
Ma.f Kearney with so much care when he surveyed I great value, and yield! essential advantages.: ; tin upon ,
growth of bushes and pines, with here and this bay. These, however, car.Mot: be made to lessen Daid.tncilcs: auJ tlu Canal of Constantinople his i PJPflipntcnial: ics arc really too grievous

there a spot of better soil. The most delightful I or detract from flu, invli! :'>i'rits of the I J liar- ,I ) are to be open to ali merchant vesselsof 'and if enforced, would equivalent to tho

i gardens might be nr de here, and at Our reader' that it : Powers at with the Sublime Porte. destruction of Turkey, as an empire, will
will find in the letter rcpnl>li.=J.d from li PcnsncoKi min It;i ;is well! known peace
future the vine the olive\ and} the I t)r himself relax them and render them
some day AH infraction of the this inororummensun.te
tho
:MAOXOHV ADVERTISLU a mod di"tro-sMti ac. : :x tho only depot from whence in time 01 I ofmy stipulations: in
fij; will tlourish. After proceeding some i i count of Irl! sutrerhsgs of the rcM'lent at Key '\"cst both these and intermediate article, without prompt redress is to be taken with the power .if the Porte
war places
any
distance Uthe I struck diicctiondoe I to satisfy them.
lagoon, a during the last summer, and from'the narratives; efseveral station he hereafter created as a declaration of hostility. By the ttth

west, towards the western Ir.goon across 'I yr.-.son', who wete there,'\fe ate convinced : could be, which fitrr.ho: may l with de.giee 'of certainty '! article, the Pone is to pay, in the; course of The Morning Journal of the 16th, after

the pin wo'; J Is, the soil very sandy b-'t -'ov- ?!r.t i i''i.i not exaggerated. It i i.-< to be feared that the' with any 'I 18 month., 1,500,000 ducats of Holland. stating% that the Russian diplomacy( : had out*
crcd with long Tho grounfl where'r i theirncccssity; !upplie xvltted all Europe, and discussing the
grass. 'caiof ilt the ruins of the two British f foils are still one ohjcc'ion generally, thus speaks; of the 7tli article .
of
I the three or four remarkably dry seasons, which I ably the sian merchants for losses in consequence
rersn hedged against occupation I'
visible, rises considerable above the surrounding the last, it but I the navigation' of The Severit ft ;u tick of the publiil/ed treaty '
I i preceded was healthy ; the heavy rains of this harbor a Naval: Depot, :nd l that is the mcnsuies relating to :
extensive :
country ,end n1ron.s very I of the early part of the summer, tilled the numerous evidently derived from the depth! of water on I tli' Bospliorus, at different periods, since Stipulates, that Russian subjects, vessels and

prospects in every direction, especially over pond, which afterwards became stagnant and putrid. the bar nit to admit I 180G. The next article refers to the indemnity merchandize shall bo secure against all violence -
being siifliriently!
the town in thin direction of the bay. The I great and chicanery. The former shall liva
I the entrance of the class of vessels. for the expenses of the war, the
distance from this plac t() Galvcz springs i ir.bout h I larger under the exclusive jurisdiction and police of
in
Extraordinary Dispatch. This obstacle bo remedied and amount of which is fixed a separate trea
a dime and a half; here Galvrz was can easily the Minister end: Consul of Russia. Tho
decline its ent're: ad-
The Porte is
THE IMlCrtlU I TINT'S: Mr.SFAGi: WAS Uicr.ivLD !- surmounted tit an expense infinitely trifling ty. to
encamped with about fourteen thousand men Russian vessels shall no: be subjected to
.
: AT HHHLE:, ON SATURDAY MOH- :! compared} with its vast magnitude and iw- heMon; to idle .treaty of July 6th, 1827, concluded any
during the revolutionary war ; the traces of Until visit on board whatever on the pert of the Ottoman ,
The i NINE : LAST, AT A QUAllTLJl: ; PAST XINL ; portance. I have taken tho trouble to con- at London. the complete; e-
his arc still visible. I authorities, neither oi.t at sea, nor iu
encampment I i I
LL3STIIAN: i OUll Milt this the and vacuaiioii of the Territories occupied by the
l O'CLOCK DAY'S' FKOMWA.SIIINGTOX on point, very intelligent 1
fount tin and several others, which rise within Russian I any of the ports or roadsteads, belonging to
: troops, the time for which is fixed
CITY. theGnlJ'of
n short distance from it unite, and at the i I I enlightened Engineer, commanding on of; thc dominions of the Sublime: Porle. And
--.mss 0. a.-- \ with the construction by a separate treaty, the administration
J I I charged
distance; of four hundred yards form! a stream all merchandise. and commodities belongingto
j jifiVirs lucre be under the influence of
TlIt/ Ldllor Pensacala is to
t-ft.'ic Gazette. of the f --r'iiicatioason' S!. Rosa's Island
au.l schooners Russian after
sufncifMitly largo for sloops a subject, having paid tho
Russia. The thirteenth article
provides
,
of the Sin, :and l ho assures inn tInt to reduce the bar to Cu.ffom House duties the tariffs
and i is one of the branches westernlagoon. required by ,
is about In yo'lr 1 list nunihcr I )lud: the ;plyisin" ; ,. tbv depth of 30 feet, (which would) be- sufficient ilint there shall be an entire ansncsy for the shall be land
tl1i
TJ of b.th for \111\ i
\ they
I I subjects :
; s-uLficiion of ex1)tesumg to the gnick: : eeof to admit ;'n nrcoss to our largest powers every
and :, c.isy : the ,.vardiOiisrs' of the of his
ilree miles, tho ligoan widening n-sem-" I I .n proprietor, or
,I ,I in-/ \irwx.ind I jnoiixc-s of tho I )'ay have; done or said, dunn the war.
lay fcv'lfisli cl-ss of VesM'ls it would
the soil : ; ) only require at a
else
h r4 tie! one before described!, but ; i consignee transferred to the vessels
I s< individ'idt, ; autiin .f us to the] I maximum i11l' of the All prisoners of war, on both side, are
TViere is opposed : ( : /:: an expenditure of othrr liation whatever: without the
(-n tls holders of n better quality. any ,
I '11..trul'iol iv.nl Cu of! of dollars. lo L-r set free, Wi lout ransom or con ijplI; ,
c : eipient coniplotio.j : sum 100,000
the hare : pry Russian (icing tr
generally about four water oa : subjects inquired give no-
t the foftiiu( nions on St. llosu's 1 ,1 hut r! I imhucil tho and fi.mished xviih means (o reach the fron-
There can be no cxaggration in speaking -I'I : <: : run to employ term paltry tier to the! local authorities acid still less to
I I II I lieis. A'l I treaties and conventions
Fensacola it is admitted I I higii''tl I for tilt: dofcno-j: all:I protection cl'this ., Oi: :.1': > o"a"1I1 i; 'vl 1.'U comp.uingit; with the I previous ins their[ !" :
of the bay of : : permisiion
I InrLJr.
ih the of amtullrcl) thepresent
I those
r exceptrou by
by all to be one of the finest in the world, !i: i I i va'lness of th,! i ii;".plrtmt; results which{ it treaties, are to be carried: intoefTuct.fJy These are, to say the least of them, extra- .

its entrance easy and safe: and 1 ?iiT rtling a : I iiu tliivrou :'h-y pr-r, rulod: from ai; in1-1!: w.Mild! !most assurcciJy =5-c re-this end once ordinary teims. Constantiaople is thus made so
J I the for Theexpenses
a ipnralt indemnity
complete shelter from every 'viti-l. II i i" Ill tit .I"ll1linl llc\; with the S:''indne.of thrviews i, arc< n>nlishe f .!. I am confident, from )Ions. | treay a Russian putt to all intents and purposes, r
of the be the Porteis
wir to paid by
front three to four mills in width, by huut of our present (''liief! .-\[:riitiate, i in t ;afcjiU'intanrjMviih, the force and direction of The Turkish authorities are not allowed to
fixed millions of fluents about five
thirty length, and tlia anchorage c cdlclt. I teli'ioi: to every topif connectediih dH'! ..; -"Ii: n-ji'.s! : in thisrbor: : ; that no after ( xpensev'ivl ;! iiiillion.s! at urn be in ( ir.terfwre, be tfco reason of interference whatit
sterling) to paid ten equal annual -
-The excellence of this hal h..r altar \ dcfeni's: ii'tiiii* ,tVaivticr t that the iiriruinenu: :, \ :! l be n c 1:ti.i.'c,: : to ensure its 1 perminency. ; u.s'almentj. The indemnity lo thelIf1 may. They are not pprmhtci to havo

gethe with i is situation IIV.M rondei! lonsaC"li or ro:"Pi'.nirs;; of such h.illuw; charlatancouiii ; instalments any control over smuggling.? 0 A vessel
t1lants is be in four
to
paid: ,
an :1116))1: tent place. It is ,icrh ups the i ive I no in.iijr.cr of ;InlUtencc with !aim .I! \\ Int }tr-/it.l; can tlifeforts: 1.l..'.r! prophioiis on the fast of which Andrianople is lo be bearing he Russian fl'
only rc-illy good hat hour in- tins Gulf of i iin i produria r the retardation: of the niatur.i-: ; : or offer better 1 pitNperts of Success in second Russians of Constantinople, having on board the productions
the
evac'ialrd he
; on retreat -
Mexico, and) i is admirably situated for commerce ron all.l con'l!, !<'tioi of the phn: actn.-.llv the jivcmomit! 1)1'50 desirable; ] an {"" 'iit as 1 1I 1p ; the Balkan the third be- and manufactures of various nations,

Rith all sic prini-ip i ;d points; :rojvl: it ; I 1[ rLjiii.-,>ite f4thr.ir I s'cod: pi iCTrcr.v. I I lujhi ,-- I, 'nlin! the reside! %nct; uf Ct.. CMiare in UPi'I and beyond the Danube ; and ;on on thc of yet she may try to evade the customs, she
payment
the lied, I hf.> cnsible, I ,, of their weijlit.inagaiJU'l. !t.i hi rlJC"r.I clandestinely land the goods or'rcmovo
it i is n few clays sail from r era Cius f-u n !: io :'uly : the whole of 11 OOOOO duratSf they may ,
the f :' an.l i1n; the f I am fully t1i'lll'llt11a; { our worthy and sum them to other ship-she eluijo tho
province of Tt'Ias1111 Lxnsimn 0:1 : : :')!rtince; to -ccner.ii ; I i pl'r leave the Turkish territory altogether.Certainly any may

one; side, and about an equal: div inca from !'scheme of defence of the south and wc.t. i I tfil! nteil Delegate! will-not sufler'his zeal to remarks the few York American customs, she may cheat the revenue and yet.the

t C'uhi, Tampa, and the App'-l ichicola; oa the :,\ and that hv r; cheeiftdly disposed to contri- sliic'w: nor his latidihle: exertions to abate in uie, first glance at this one local authorities are prevented by the iia
upun treaty,
other W!,s-I h ive arrived her; in three !| Lute tho inlVjrnce! of his gretit: renown and}'l! tlw. 'lvocation and advancement of mea- is disposed: to pronounce the terms imposed zard of a breach of this treaty from interfering .

days (tan Cuba, in five or six from Vera j I present .:!.ii jf/i, tcJ ail! the! fulfilment of! SO finesso Z)t'intot: with lienefiis to the irestinl'ercsts modi-rate t territorial These we say are harsh terms.-They
; more especially as no
Cluzt aoiraL'le an : hjdct. No-the far/It or crime, "not unly of this Territory, but also ; in is asked Rtrssiii. arctsuch terms as the Emperor would not dare

The! -01I ih. while: in I possession carried on :[ t for it de>crvtnror0 properly so to be called I tlinw! of all the Ho'tith and 'Junth' Vestcin8tats. apgiandisement, But when the Europe extraordinary !provisions by lo impose on any.to\ or sea port in his own .

an extensive lumber! trade riiii the West I ,is traceable an infmitoly 'ower *f1lrtefi I are ccfcMdered which secure to Russian resi dominions. They are cruel, mid they appear -

Indies, nOOl'r': ised themselves much fiorn i, General B- -d, who olpo"cclllm orihal I In conclusion, I would tnke the li'hf-rty of dents'xUthiii the Turkish dominions to h' dictated by an imperious and insulting
exemption -
+ ,
n smuggling; trade with Mexico. The shores! plan advised by the board of l Ejis ineers was ad( 'ishh him to vill! for the necessary information from Turkish law and antI render spin i They arc offered to be refused .

of the bay are well suited to countiy josi- ; throuirh a mistukon spirit of complaisance; I ; from tire flour iff f ngress t as to the themselves amenable only usage to their own ; they are made to ho broken; they are
and l reasons: and causes which have .led! to thermmiwarrantabte 'concocted for the purpose of leading to fresh
deuces inPthis ruvrmcnt.nI'icc pn".iiil on I' and deference( to the factitious rrputatiiMuhich I Consuls' and Ministers ; which give i fa the

side is generally more elev.itrd ili.iu: the he enjoys charged-; with the task! of i (do'entitin! on the eart of GcI Russian flag in the port of ConstantinoPle! broils and more extended aggrandizement.The .

other, although nearly opposite tl><- own i I present: 1113 a couafe.r-projot. To his ma- I ru'raltl, of the pl.ms necesary for the : immunities allowed by no other nation, even London times of the 15ih, holds ,this

there is a of Inch hId;.. There is levolenee and norllIcc of the subject prosecution of the forti.fiLa1-ions of this harIxsr language :
ranee ; or to its own flag in its own ports-tvhich atrmi- ... .
said lo be good hammock hud; on nil' other culpable: nejflrct it is solely tilt? that this and for whim purpose Congress l'iing! late the payment-- to Russia: of a suffi, including---I-- The suplunenta'rv and separate articles of

Bide, and towards thc head of the Iraq, in : plan has not been maturated! and forwarded, its last session made the most liberal appropriation the indemnity to the merchants of about that treaty, which has fixed the expectationand

extrusive tracts, fn-.tl for the culture
cotton or the sugar canes Ot\ this side I in hs pr'jirix's'j. to comliit.tion. This I think it would sorely[ rU7 .b that General a sum as muthexroeding; time resources or as it may affect ht-r re-pose directly or mdi .

there are at intervals small bodies of that General has ia more than: one instance displayed to invent any valid.,e.trti''r. for so gross means of Ten kc.'yU pay as though it were rectly for a much }longer period, throw a lurid

kind of wil nut exceeding fifty or a hundred ; an unaccountable spirit of hostilityto a neglect of ilnty, an l 0 so flagrantly at variance ten times ftl'atl'r-tlHl when, in addition to colouring over the policy of the Governmentby

acres in a body covered with live oak, popular I i the interests of Florida, and consequentHfflorious with the attention to the interests anfl all this, Russian, troops are to occupy Tin- xvhie.h they were dictated.

and magnolia, but scarcely any' attcji,:? abandonment; {; those of the srutim: allegiance --vlncli .he owes to his* adopted key till rime terms of mime treaty are complied Vie do not now attempt to raise, much less,

has yet been made to place them under cul and south we tern States ; in proof of this country : it .is incumbent fiotrcvor, on our with, aNd any infringement of any one of; to pronounce upon the question, whether tT;a-

tivation.4 The shores of the! bay. are every fact: t. I have only to call; your attention, and Delegate, to make the call, ant in so doinu, the protrsions, unless followed by immediate virtual transfer of Turkey in Europe to Rus-

where healthy, being bordered b)' a clear I that of your readers to a careful perusal of I have every reason to bclfcvo that; he will icdress js to lie taken as a declaration of renewed sia bo a sufficient cause of alarm for the rest

while sand. i his apart to tic Secretary nf \Var on the lie sustained by the united voices and concurrence hostilities: -when we s ly, all these of Europe, to justify measures of combined

allocution t\f\ tJis Arnrnal. It exhibits as! of the several delegations from the circumstances are considered, we shall be hostility against that grasping Government,

1 Cantonment Clinch, rcmaru.ulifrf.ir It* ;lm':j:, and coniplcic! a .i.;+uc of folly anti i firsts: i capon South and Smith Western Stales. tempted doubt the reality of the moderation but this: xve assort without fis.ir. of contradiction -
picture f'fttc situation; iras sub+tl/:(.:dJ bunt ft tits that by the articles of treaty, original
;,true, About si.tg aws qrottm' arc inclosed fur ing as over was woven by the tortuous imagination Thank heaven all rttiWic spirit is not yet I which yet has so fair an outside. Ton

i.'.e buildings n n"! l>n rracl fj of a man predetermined on thwart- extinct, and through( its medium, it is still in n< < confess, it seems, that Turkey in Europe and supplemental, explaining and cnfol'cir.g'eac.t.

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toirn ; tIlt nort-'rn ann at Ui' distance; of thirty a"+irs ;lie I weal. His deductions throughout are 4''an.I confoimd tire: designs of men, who from will to be a mere hollow iSIS, but is in form and essence a province,
','.Ji.i tau E arm. or mass of provinces nndcr the iuuhcdiata t
excessively lame, nun only son n to rll'tnl1ll-1 motive; of jealousy:' towards their compeer;, tiuce.
1"uItattrttsla ''' t i I '
tributary, also Bind ll'ntrr. Ilf"lll7s1tinr, nuft uf: strate that he is actuated by far tl : lend} their untiring: eflbrts to the promotten : Wo cull) )in the view "of several of the tripe and sway of Russia. .,
?
Its observations concluded1 will this
nftirhjjrm a vif/r'wiv at its moltth The I.IfI.lrl,1 motives from those: that ought to regulate snctiun.tl views and illicit and nnholy London! Tho which is arc significant
and the YelloiFl\\itfrarcnatigi, --but t" C'llf'., arc : papers. Courier remark :
his conduct in thr. discharge of the immensetruft project?.
important as n/'urdiKg situations for salt ni'icuts.; and discretion. thcOIfficial journal, thus speak, otf the 14ln Upon the xvholo we consider the stale of
couJlJctl to his care [ Yonrs, rcsijcctfullv
Scrrral crtensirr trUkyards hare been established on f October :
of wlnt i li. N. affairs consequent upon the signature; of tlu
the Rhck Waltr.sir Toreiinnn the thread mfrcim- I
The portion of territory retained in Asia, treaty in question, as one which ,may be termed -
I \ the entrance of! the Examliia. that arc large meJia rely concerns: us, would) } claim alten" o
olitA of! land which may be reclaimed by ditrJiin. inddrilling. the that on the eastern coast of the Black Sea, is critical in the extreme. Wisdom .and
ion Jo opiniorr universally prevails
Late front land.Th
: ; Tlirre if abojft a 'a.rnnkip, a little fir rtl;r- to I its influence I I n much smaller tliah had) been anticipated, It firmness are mighty defensive agents agafnst;
the North East, rafij: &plow level irhich all ajiorarnnre in this community and perhaps picket; ship New York, has arrived at iw contain? no and calamities which threaten the \ welfare
important towns, only one or general( ;
is goo la"'" land; there are bat feie settlers on it. 1'!,"limi tit fOr fortifying this Iriibor is founded in Ortolicr iiiclvsive. They furnish the official copy of' two fortresses of little strength, and really) but they must animate the councils of more
the .vmlh of! the rirer irauM le adopted- tlnd'.urf f The seems to possess no value than as it !forms a states than one, or thoso w iio-betray the common
its selection as a depot. shallowness the Treaty of Po.>ce bettrccn Turkey and Rtissia. I'
navy
nee, !r.t that tJ-i tide do not rir: fnffldtalhjhiylt on tins I I more secure frontier against tho incul,ions flf interest will, unfortunately, not suffer
roast, to lay the pluvtQttans under iatrr at jilcA,nre. and futility of the ground on which} this The length of this dotrcrtient> ll events BH from pubH the Irihe who .
at
: various periods endangered -
Tfitrc an usandsofacrtaofpeahisoilsuiutirnraon opinion is based, can be most easily and iung it entirely. The following auumiaiy i copied: alone.With
day, but mast usually on laM, iclei'h ma'iltfnxJ'iimed, cle rlv (iemonstratedf; at feast in time \ie\v of from th*Liverpool Chrojutlo. by their wanton hostilities, the existenceof these helps from the London journals '

out at an erpcnee. irkich irill not bra tstitied fur many, all pci'sons, how little soever versant in the peace between the two Empires. In Eu- to forming an opinion, we submit the .natter
years to tO'ne. But it dots not appear that a* tnuch I 0 Treaty.of..poocc.Since rope not a foot of territory is gained or lost for tho present to our readers. -

Irnefit hat been,I'ritedfroin the J1i.nefi'fUt:n,", nvintr- subject of military affairs. our last publication, the Treaty of on either side, as far' as the question ofposi- There is one stipul.ttiou, however, in the
out mill streams as .might hare hun tf pi etui ft ID In the first tire of the
mitt'
ice
pT pro Peace bClwcen'Ruisili'h Turkey
h sbeenpublished. lice cession is
: f"ollcerned.Yh
said, that a 5/110 mill on ainoreeTttnshe.rapt than hay u we have treaty, which presents the Russian negoci-
Jiilhtrto been in operation in this nrighltorhooii, is note Bay of Pens'icol'i and that of .'1ohiJ renders It contain* guinea articles, by the separate Conventions before us, which ntors in the light of luninibnarios for all na*

constructing on Black Water ly Messrs. Forsijlh and the defences of both rr.ciprncal-that) the laiit of which l the treaty is to be ratified regulate the amount of the Indemnity to bo lions rather tliau fur our-it is that which secures

others. of the one not being: safe or perfect without within six Veets, and signed by Count paid by the Porte, and the occupation of certain the five navigation of the Black Sea,

4'nl writer, overrated the sandy hummocks, whose tint of the other. Diebitsch, C""nt Of loff, and Count Pahl; th Provinces and Cities till payment bo and the Straits leading into tho Mediterranean '

promised growth of to refctatir.n the lye of 0'a('to stranger be. ascribed a fertile tk t<,lii1Ulte I. The) In the second place, should arm enemy Moldavia and Wulluchia, Adrianoplo, Sills; made, we shall better be able to ascertain to all Rations at peace with the Porte

sung then ItAirmoifa, thai fy, rehsn the tm's aid once attain possession: of tho harbor of Pen*. iria, the whole extent of the BnlktUi! from whetber thb respect, shown b)' tho Treaty ol f .Tlua! is inched+ a. literal spjrit.



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1'IC: :. i f l1n.tm"I1Opl' c are tc; ; lh.n.ltcr:! of tilt disease i is much '
1 1gIh nuIJcr than tiio; ., ,
Lj.
; Tr.1" "," ",, 'C''J: !: ,r': II the hen-toforo. Amidst all : : m.isfcr.: Passengers, :Mf srr. C!Con 1 .'.o'proon tftjnnai, Pastor oftt.e .-.tCVlOfliti'' s,.e 7 .r.
ot vl'l'! 5 I. the digress ,
and
) Hawkms and J. Quinn. lctllth. Union r/iwrrA.: .. j
,
i ; 'oJ 'r 'ir'JfnCJtriu'r, : : "fJ':.\' %.*n'tchi'dness 4,
'1"0 :attendant on such I "
Maiming
Jnfjl.'i deplninWo Force Pastor of St. Mttlto- -
-Schr. Camden! Aye, hill dorges
.. I Hu.'al from'j
f>,f llc ... I' -\v-t : uftnTs who circumstances! ; those of the citizens of th Boston EpifcnpHt Chunk. f4n
j assorted]
'tJ: Nilit' ,',':.'' '1IfIl"l'h;; l ,. "to> company; with'tcf ;' who 1; ivc: ecalc'.1: ; 1 the jaws of death '! Schr., cargo to tho MI.ISMT. t addition to thpshorp, the named of a number
Sun
: I Rongeau.x New of highly cstermui
embers of
the Pruss'r-fii AiIbsttlor; have Oile.ins: assorted n the ditfWnt professions -
Httl'f,
.\\ Yon I: : sustained: a checrfuhsess and serenity of cargo to the nvisier., On the evening wh> are -uIN !i+ers to the work, might be adduced 11Y TIILJOY p"RE'SI NT
The Sid'''"' '.!towas a stranger t l) the gen. ;! mind; amidit the desolation that surrounded of the 8th. saw two vcsscb! aa expressive of the estimation in which it is :!
oral I c.x u1ral'Ii1! r.ri 2, according to this act; them| seldom seen tnrlcr: such visitations. I Inland. ashore on }( held. \\ ith one voice, the public pres from one THE
oaf nu.e!!ly trrnted; by the !sense of his i j ha\'<; been Dauphin | end of thcontinent to the other, ha. poken of the
fDirit' Jffi.ulri:; and degradation) mJ not I Iresent ', OtIsf'a: in a so.uhcrn frequent; witness clinvitishave tote ravages.!; i sorted Amelia:the, Rache, New Orleans, as- !'. Journal dation. of Health in terms of unequivocal commen United States.IN .
P' participated to
loci; to the futoro for,r c.hcf: Hum the in the cargo master of law Asfcnfiw JACKSON
which
darnel0 gloom overcast the wo- SAILLD. 9aMfI.The : pursuance > > ;
.
of these rrflt-ctioii*. The I i amount of I of the Unite Stntcs of
features America
turmoil worn of
the -
I mourning survivors of Dec 7th.-Schr. Transport; "Bradford JOURVAI.: MKALTH will appear in Number
i'e, pecuniary indemnity m.ui'd; by Kiss- the|| ragiusr pestilence hut I have never witnessed Pit?ragoub. -- 'I, t, of Jt ti page* each, octavo, "mi the second and fourtli ,. do hereby declare, and make known,

s.:.", and "o disprojiojlionetl l') !h I':" mns. is:: II'prrol'l't"I afflictions under, surh fatal and depressing 8th.} : Counsellor Hcrrimnn i! Wednesdays of every month. Price per annum tint a public side will to held at the Land
":' New Or-
.hf :; tile $1 io, in advanrp. Subscriptions and conrtr unlca-
)
ns ltrucip.t cause: morbi forms I borne with! loch Office, at Tallahassee, in the Territory of
: firmness leans.
tions
o (port paid) will he received by JTJMH Dussov
,
:! state: of Ms!! jVelinns{ ; and .if' was at laij character I Florida, on the first Monday in
i ana fortitude! of mind, as 1 hI\"C: cha- !rtih ,Spartan, Crothers, St. "Marks. I Agent, ;No. HHChp: nut Sire,'t. Philadelphia.t Februarynext
Ex!nrcss dcsiif' us it i.s said, ill!: It was made I ratterizcf d ihe citizens of this: placiy* 12th. Mari'i Baker New Otle-ms Subscribers at a distnnce will discover, that the for the disposal of the Public Lands<<
wiret ndc: o! thi1 t-e'113- of peace, lest the } : 'car- : diiTimlty j in remitting the ainor.it of a Jii.ge; subicriplion situated within the limits of the undermeiitioncd -
1 a np-mlc should im.2'me that the Porte had! he- II T-ah to -20,000 bricks, hy L. C. Hnlibcll, -3 will he obviated by nny four of them -ending on town>!iij>s and fractional townships
: Russia. tnthc Bloch tfca.-Thu treaty bales of cotton, by J. C. & C. C'. !Keyscr.fi! ,' dollars to the azent. Thoe.o whoih thn: io.iv
Mr. Von l
.J COnll'trt'll.I\I to : : Koyi-r, -f( Pl'a'c roncludrd hftweeh Uii-sja: and'I'j'ikey 'E-/.abe'h!?: I Forsvth, New Orleans, 30 not lie convenient, C:1II: f'i\e sixteen numbers oftlic; to xvitt
it stein: succeeded frl this point. I l has work: by remittinc dollar: to tin! game; )!'! nJ1ludouruallll' \. North of thc
RtZ'tTlue.T1 permanently cstabiNhed? the bale t cotton by J. J'-nison jr. I Hcal'! l base line and West of thoMeridian.

i i Jirt'tish 10th Vcvcntufor the I Iq'JJH'r | frro ingress: : : $ ('gr('?> of:\\1Hti'can'r'sel.!.. to Sun, Roii0'iu\, \..\v 0-1; i ns. I| volume of.N''! ) r-i<=coctaxo.: .1. iurl'idiiigiuuex.illform. '
I ( tiding! Oct. Amounted 10 13,0 ;Intl} fr,>i.i the Black!; :Sea, and iir.M iioid .- -- .
!
,
ISu of
;a
i. \t.n r9.-.1. Township two
1.H Che
l' I --- I. +-;ur. *Y1ut street Pluladolphia range twenty-two.
88.877/, b 'i"I| atl incicaso of of (334-/. over j frt,ii spur to navir'tiua.; : Advices! fioin Tho Territory cf Florida, xi"est*'rn ; W. $j J. .V;-.;;/. lt.i:tiuurre ; ll'm. K rtAS,' Townxhips one, two, three four and five,
the com!"l poiidiiii!: quarter 1828. This in-I|j Constantinople to the lath September haej ; 07 Pulton !greet New V''erl1[ : Carter .S* flcmler, Ros'on of
.
District fciipiTior Court twentythree.Townships .
crease, it was "remarked, was l'aress! thanv is i h City; ofret ; anti in mo..t of the towu in the: L'nitrrt: Mate::. range
en received at \vhicJi! time: iht .' :
mO-t
j p; rj one, four and five, of I'mgo
-- i
Tin : dr- ] pacohi. ----
priririp.il
rca on I
anticipated. >c was i j"Wrdttrsday
+ list ? nrovailrd I }h
j tranqutlity : < H'j(', and commoroinl twenty-four.

I'jcisf,in a.-nountmj cns'oms 3G3,724Decroas to near: half a million.. ;in Increase the- ] enierprixovus: nivi\ncr.: Th I prices 9fti D.cnu 1829 ] NntiroIs I Townships one, three, four and five, of

of ilk hatl risen ten per n-nt. Notwiil.st.i".dinT : ,- William: !: A. Bcn.!! 'onhelialf! ) lIc' Given ran e tweniy-fi\e. '
rphy "
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1.Cotton.It. ,
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I' of Louisa JJraham I .
year : : the (Hf tic1lty' .01'j} ', three four and fire
; na .. Townships of
i ,
r .
will be that .: "'I range
seen coton is still i .. <," S ; ;L\T"iw -lt. ft this}
111. .H\l: : 'rr i ; v* :.m eta! .> I shnH'a.inlv).
vf-si-U hale .
m
my American pnsocd to and d ; twen; -six.
1 John D.ivis C.ln'id; Tnr. j ) _
on tb' rise in Liverpool! ; Sea Isl:ind> having I I ( :- I.1.i:i i : d .tk.mini >'i a'luo vu the f'J.IItIl' cfS.tIlt' t
"ricnc'd fi.her:! of 1 ;; I fr the Black Sea l, and opened 1 trine with a.J: Dlen: Fo-.rr.( j i iA'K : Ttiiit( r, (!r.v-iv.-<". Townships two, three; four and fire, of
> a sinpnuemmii per I
e\t all other ; many: ports of a l''don'hirh! has for CCIHU1 r'o'0: wit. on v.t: '" i'! ''>. tl.trl I> Henry A. Nunes rai;re twenty-seven.
'Ib., and disruptions selling at v'luhighest 'y. ;1" :: ,
i IMMMI ntM'lv ntiknoxvn the .. Fractional
13 : to cri-.t conj-! .. onhf
i\", township
"n-'I. r1t, J :I.-'t "t. range twenty
\ pure (It the 1 previous; week.: Gaul i 1lnucr.! In the I S'nl; i +JIII\\ -r" L":s-Jiv::1"
111f'l'l'ialT'orltl: hut which arc ?;nown to t t"houll.l ----- ----- C'ilttr st of St. Mir d l'.
< ; : Galvcz .
tl'.l t'isjllt: hn'l'Jii'd! find li"f' : ) Ijay.
t The news rdativr: to the cap'urc of tt Hh< : !! (I.N't'ei1' !1 NAVY :1lt.N"1*'J OKFICI:, \
in! vd a.lhle p"*;'dticts! ;md ifa\'Ii\ :;rnt I ., Fracti trial township one, of
1 ShomnliJ, received ye !t'rJuy, could not han nu'rchint: The Anrirican! : ch.irartcr lor I appeals I 1 : ')etcr! ; >' the :.' -f:J I i ( !it' V/i > I j Pf'hC.'II! Her. I 1st, 182' 9. }} eight East:: of Black range twenty
water
correct. KrporS( from Gen. Kr.lssowbrn 1 Florida, in cliancti > <;.e imt!, she solid - ;F-ALMD!: Piopovjls! will ho received ut Bay.
probity, rnti'rprisc ill!:: )libeiality, h.is ; lrc:idv I 1 owes tips three four
and
I tiro'r five of
; aky of the 1st and 4'f:\ SI'ptJomh'r, relateoccurrences : been established pl.imant 1 : ; and: I :it t ';.;'::. ; to the t! ( oiiit tsiwi; 1__ tins ()ilirr' ur'il:J tlc! i ii.-st day of April i ,
at Smyina, Constantinople, : r.mc: twc tyeighr.Townsh'ps .
.
i: son* nrnr Shonmh, and state : hit: the said Louisa i'lynnm; d i-ms tf) l lt" <*. j !>v-st: (o siipMly! the \Vi''H India} 'S qFresit !1"t'rUn ::and I '
and ,
of the Euxine nd it
tha not-.viihst.uiding! t the \\supported\\ tire I ports : ; ;: r.ed not |free WJIIMII uf colun: and tl.-ut: f'ire {6:'Usbft-Ui ?iavv Y;;I'.t witli two, three and four of ranWmntvnini

from tin. enemy's o.uvrorthe! operationsof I be staled !tnt for rapid navigation, :nd economv rn: l ly called: : Eiiz-i!: : J"JliC.. .t,1 l | Si'j!; :sluts I I t '.

the si"gt': wem prosecuted: with surce !. I I of expenses, thoy :P.ro :lot behind auy he u.is: bioug'it; io Pcnvicrii.i: !: bv tea' s.iiciJo'ju I Beef Township oneof, range thirt}'-one.
n.ition; of the world.! DIt'IS.11 i : Townships three, four and fiver of
Tile British Parliamrnt has been Anther tJi.u sin; iva'> \t\\\\\ in C t:nJen LYD ,, range
H'ill1Y adventurers can find l new markets iu the Si.ilc South : thirty two.
to tle! 10'h' of Decembvr. Terre ; ol l'arpiue.! eaa
prorogued
jj no indication ot tieir! bting called togetherfor for investments: produces,
the despatch of business! until the usual they 'an. They ale alieacly accIniintca sides on Pearl! River ; and J it also! appearing I I I .

I linir. 'I' with the way i and n,.- I| competitors. The Ti'ikish! trade for The : ; ils ty yi'ite the price pound l ; Meridian.
this: Dhtiici p-ovi; per
many .nd SI'MI i
We have received! Lisbon Gazettes t to the 1 ;( ; ; t iliu slid: G ibiirl Tuir
I,I years until recent tinins, was nearly! monoj and E.lrn! Fostrr d'.oi-1'ii'n: v.'f beef md the teims u:)on which the vegetables I Fraction! township one, of
27th of Septembrr. They are iurren of news; ; al! interest: in :hicmatici range twentyone.
j i policed: by the Greeks, and was to them a will be fllrui,h'J. .
but the Cot reio de Porto ofthe 21st df.nd51 : it i is: ordered that pnUic notice: be
''jurrcof immense wealth. Although they published j.in 'p I Bond and'scc'tiity: will he required for the Fractional townships one and two of
(
melancholy; ptoof that! merciless: cruelty con j 'nsaCll.l i.tzcile, once a ,
II II Inc now at with Turkey, and are ill.I fiuiful: perform t cc of the contract.
peace tverk for the ange twenty-three.
tinues to form the ruling principle of tho Goveru'uent. ipacoof two month!, citing ana:
; It gives the sentence of ihe twf-n- 1 I dependent, a deep, rout of ( enmity still exit i : "f admonishing: the Said John Davis and) nil' For further infornritionipplv: at thh OiTicc. Fractional townships, one and two, ofrange
j 1 I between them 111.1 I the! Tin ks. A long tirucmnt ''!Bother interested Charles P. Tutt t went-four.
ty one individ-uls who went from Engl:mil to j jPoruitjd I persons or claiming :so be ,
in June, JS2S, on uu.lnllhe Del- j.!:! therefore elll'se before they can ;a!g:.in .'interested in tho said Louisa Drat):1111 alias Navy Agent. l'otvnshilone, of range twenty five.

fast steanibo.it. Thet unfortunate !i.idivid-! !j i he(:oa; e navigators! : for their old masters, and] i Eliza; .J.Ille, to be and appear before tbi" 42f. I To 'n>hip one, of range twenty six.

uals are coiidcmncd to bo degraded from !;: a much )longer; : time before they can sllcce s- : Court at i the next term thereof, to hhuldrn I Fractional township two, of range twentysix.

their rank, lobe cxecnted 0:1 the Pbca: :Nova 'I i}: fully! compete with American enterprise and I at the Joint House in the City of Pea:J.-J"oa! NAVY .CENT'S-; OFFIPE, t It"
1: 'capital I ; and the: n,>(o'l l will which Ins burl on; ho( fiat Mondav] of :\la interI Pl'II Fractional townships one and two of
and afterwards their heads to be cut oil'; I I'J i' j *\ liras: t to .IC'Jb, {)('('. lt 182J fr1 ,
(established in th' minds of the commercial |; 1"1 < l.Tif; ."!rsini to i t'5-! s'colonicd! r\: LEI ran c twenty-seven. '
rroio
the bod'n'i of some of them to be burned!, and j :" xvt.'ji.tn: ; '' Iii will be received at
.1 the ashes! Cast into the sea ; their heads: am I I Turks in their foyer.-13crtGtt: Centinct ;.11;.: ;W ::i5'."t'r to ;iu; : ll!!: ui'c 1' :'!:..j..!!.:.;::; |j; .ci.i iiiis Oilier i until !the-} lit:M d.iy of April 1 Fractional townships one and two; of

fr to be exposed on the road 1'1 ant l\Ialozur I pus: f fi flit i.A i. II next to v.ipply[ the West Indi.i Squudrnn range twenty-eight East of Pehsacola. stud

t to the sea coast where they landed, and tHere !!i j t Sugar from But IlfotA friend has true copy from ih*. Rt' '('r.l. :led flit Navy Yardit: this plrt; : with. Escambia bays, and west of the Bay of St,
'I ?
remain till; they decay With* time, and the property presented' u-:, says the Charleston Courier, i I Nat-vile Galvez.
FIRE
of each of them [Is to be confiscated to with} a sample of Loaf Sugar, mJllnf: toured 1 W. llaseil Twit, I WOOL. Fractional township one, of range twenty

tie Royal Tnf'asnry.-Cuuifr of 12th Od, in France from the '5c-et l Root. In flai __Cll'r,.: Stt.tr. ('I. WrMFI/):-'L' .'. j I 1 I''f OK J yi-tr. The wood for the Squadron eight; East cf Blackwater bay. .

ir Lisbon, Sept. 7th. \\'e loam. bat; dare i!! von it cahnot he distinguished! from Sitar Till i i io be of the kind 1'onunoulv called: Fractions of townships one and two, of

not yet believe ii, that a treaty of defensive ;;: '.H',,jC from die cane ; hut being much lighter I i range twenty-nine, East and West of Es.

and offensive alliance has jiM been concluded ]- !!I i 'er, (.ruh'Ay\ it nay not !co si j t'jr: in the iisi'5 Journal of -cath. : .8. _1n- < cambia bay.Township.

between Spain rod! Poitngal, ulld Ii r the! ':i :') uiiich it may h.r; nj>nli-d. It t.i. i is a heniuipcifiMtly I That form\\: N.ivy \:1".J' to ho good one, of range thirty; .

intervention attd mediation ,.)}"a Power w'ncli! ,:'.r., ..! ');' )! ', : cryst-ili/c.l, and purely) I Fraction: township two, of range thirty

incessantly protests its neutrality the ailir:, 14'ili/l( '. In 1 appearance; it i is much superior: ;c;;iv;,f<;::ri-.D u\' AS A9i'jci\TKjS OF pm iri\v?. IS&und OaJt."roj)0stls Fractional townships one and two, of

of our country, and yet continually\ \ i.terferes s '': io anv. double refined su i_jar from cane we i : will :-ih-j) be received at tim samime trange thirty one.

in them. This truly may cUinHered: rs< ;a f I !have ever seen.MKU'L 1 for the u-1 \ery at the N vy Yard of Fractional townships two and three, of
=:-. '. Health: -lire jx>or inan'f i ridge; the rieiman's! !LlirV thirtytwo.South .
t prelude to the vengeance whiv'li i it is intftidcd: -- --- -- -- --- the wool now rut on the Live Oak Plantation range
l : ).-Oath. !Jtlt) ult. by the He. Bt- -
: of the
base line and East of the
to take France uii-cii; li.is tho! act : : this
upon au J\MIV HCTCHI'I.fr.: John U[ Tosior to Jli;,de:1u- oj>poic; place. : Meriaian.Tcwnships:
tv to propose to rival England at sea, and ncr; C.irroii all t.J't; !.- City. The primary object+ wiih thn; conductor.- i Those persall'oho ofier propos.Is; for tho .

\ hom it already; surpasses in its proL'reis in IJ j! ., of the Jot'i-il: : ;: 1 of Health, is to point out the I contract will 3r ate ihe) price: per cord. All 1 three, and four, of range fonr..

J agriculture and the aits. This :, hv.ukfnll.I NO 7'ICE. means ol'preserving heath and preventing the wotfd tit be delivered at the vv .Ward. Fractional township five, of lange five'!.

ed of the whole Peninsula, withdrawn from Jlauase.: To attain this, all classes and both Bond and security will be required for the Townships one and two, of range six..

French influence, will soon solve as a rendezvous Th a:-:nu 11 I moot in'3 of thc "R. A." society beAes shall he addressed, in a style familiar faiiiiful: perform nice of the contract. Townships two, three and eight of range

(place d'armes) for the British legins will lake 1 pi-ice at Santa Rosa Island, and friendly!! and with an avoidance of such l-'or fiutlier[ iiii'unnruionipplv: : :' at this; Offic ten.

i J! to oblige France, jl it were undecided, Oil the 25th hist t; thoso members at a distanceare piofussionnl terms and allusions as would iu Charles P. Tutt, Fraction-il townships two, three and four,

. t to join England against Russia. particularly requested to take notice of it ally W a.V o"!)>cure thi; slIhj'ct.or alarm the and townships five and ten, of range eleven.
any Agent
... and: govern themselves! accordingly, as tie! most fasti;liuil3. The fruits of much reading, 42-tf. Fractional townships foiir and five; and

From ihe Vagnclia.4fcrcr. j, laws of the so 1 ioty will be strictly: and riijidlv study and e.trrful: observation, sh.dl: he plJc- township ten, of rank: tw lve. .

r Ritract of a Letter to the Editor, datrd' ] enforced u,;ainst s-:-h as absent themselves '.;d before them, so arranged ai.d apj.lied: as NAVV A'JF.NT'S:! OFFICE, Fractional townships 1 five and sir, ofranjio

\ Key West, Oct. 30, 1829. -=-hnsiJcss of the utmost importance, n
"The miseries and suflerinfis and all the only to the well being rtf the society, but to comfort and mental tranquillity.: :To whatever SEALED Proposals will be received a The townships and fractional townships

.I eppalinjr horrors attendant on Pestilence! and the world} at lar jf, will bo 1 hid !before this profession or calling they m:::} belong, until the first ,day of January will be offered in the order above desienated,

;.' Death, have perhaps never been equaled meeting, for the; particular consideration at the riMdf'p of.this[ Journ il wit! tin precepts next fur the supply of the following articlesof I I beginning with the lowest number ef Section

certainly never surpassed by those which! the members of tIlt same. "ii.sceptible) of valuable applicapou. Air! stationary: for ihe use oldie Na\y ul. this in each.

huve visited this ilI.t':1ted: devoted pi t ice during By Older of f food, exercise, the re.:5procal' operation of station for :she yf.fr 1830, to be delivered at Tho fartds reserved by law for the; use 0 f

the past season-of betvoen .150 and R. T. W. X. L.11l.. Ht'MDUo No.:;inus.President.-. mil1d and bo-ly! climate and localit'es{ clot Iiiu'r the Navy Yard,- Pensacola, \iz : schools, .or for: other purposes, will be er- "
ICO inhabitants who remained. spend i the arid the physical education of childien, 30 Ream Foolscap Paper, eluded from i sale:'

summer months ort the Island!, upwards of. are topics of permanent ami pervading inter 30 ditto Letter du.
\. 70 have fcllJ victims to the dreadful mala: QUIZZEM QUANTA eV, with the discussion and elucidation! ol 1 1.o. Feint lines do. Given under my hand at the ..City of

dy. But one solitary inditidu II! m the place) Recording i rcrrtarrl., I which the pages of the week will b:: mainly 1 do. Royal Post do. A.Washington' D.! 1829., this fifth day of October,

(F. A. Brown Esq.) his entirely escaped. _- -- I filled. 2 do?. 2 qui:-;.,- Blank! Books (half bound)

The circumstances. ;. :' attending a great pro B.J1COM1\'IENDATON! : 4 8 quire It). du. (full bound) ANDREW JACKSON '

portion of the cases, have teen such as to I Shipping. List. o>: TI1S WOKKWe 1 Gross Red Tap By the I'resident : **

excite a mote than ordinary dejrrcc! of sympathy :. approve of the rhu en which the publicationentitled ,j Gross Black Ink Powder, GEORGE GRAILlI.i'ommissioner .

for the sullereis. Many died! more VO\IT () \? i){ NSjco \J.;' the "Journul of II altli": u conducted, and 5 Ibs. Letter Wafers (red) : the General *

from exhaustion, than from clbe'sl'. J\t -- .-- believe, that it M. calculated tj be useful by rnlight- 5 Ibs. Note dp. (d.) of LundOffice. .

some periods the disease! wa: >o univcis. .', ARRIVED. : cuing public opinion on a abject' oiXugh imw| >r- 10 Ibs. Red Sealing Wax- .

r that roamw.a. might with proper atteiulmceand ; Dec. 7th.-Schr. Spartan, Crother, II codecbottlelvellireofUeirt have appeared; evi-sce i t.ileat,', ni/d 1neailnbersSYlelcl maybe vie\\fd' 5000 Quills. :i October 9, IS29-tds..

t medical aid have recovered, sunk riwny Bath, (Me.) via Key West, assorted cargo io I as a pledge of"the continued uses'ulue.
: for want of a friendly lund: to administei I master! I I I cattun, while cJndu(ted by its present e'riitIJrs. U c 2 doz. Red do. -Public

to their helplessness and nc essitie'. The Schr. Transport, Bradford; New Oi leans, .:, therefore, feel no hesitation in rt cciuiiiuudiug: :Ii topublic 200 Slate Pencils, NoticeJoseph

scene of wretchedness and wo, which everywhere cargo to t. S. Navy and others., patrdnage. 1 du:!:.- Boxes Paints, Reeves: Water co IS
October 13th 1829. HEREBY GIVEN
prevailed, no ranff'imre has power to Sloop Yankee, Walker, Bath, (M.:.) via Philadelphia lours assorted,' Y. .Cruzat, THAT ,
this suit
r assorted Chapman M. D.Vrn.. I*. Dewees, IVI.\ D. 12 doz. Camel Hair Pencils assorted has been
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describe-nor can imagination conceive its K'vV cst, cargo to master. tj instituted by attachment in
James M. D. Wrm. E. Homer 31
D. :
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Tho3. C. :
horrors, without having participated in its Schr. Counsellor, Herriman, KeyP SI, Prcfcssors in die. University of Pennsijlcunia.Kev. 4 doz. Pen Knives, Carlos De Villiers,} the Superior Court (,lIorJ

dreadful' realities. Isolated as is the place assorted cargo to master. Passenger-Mr.Geo. Jara'es Mono;amery, D. D. !:actor of St.Stephr.n 2 doz. Cork Inkstands, ,I Carlos Admixi, De;atJtj VUliers.: of .and bia County.all The defendant
other
ChwrtK. -- doz. Box Wood Sand Boxes. persons iiile-
1
from cultivated of ln Dean. 5
do resources any within itself portion for support country, at the 9thU. S. Revenue Cutter, Pulaski, '. Wm. II. I>c Lanccy, D. D. Protest.. oft Urdcersitu 7 Nautical Almanacks each for 1830 I the rested Declaration.are hert-b; ,), required" to appear, and plead to
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Pennsylvania.
season of the year when f"w or no vessels Swiler, Mobile. it B. of 6. 6'rallh, Editor of the Philadelphia Recorder and 1831. Peusacoldi, Oct. 30h, 1829.-39-tf;

: P'ss, a general scarcity prevailed, not only U. S. Revenue Cutter, Alabama, Foster1!",u and Hector of Grace Church. 25 Sheets Imperial Drawing Paper. --

cf fresh provisions, but almost every comfort from a trursc. 11 (.. T. Bedell, Rector of St. Andrews Church. 2:' t Q. ftoublc Elephant do. ibllc'NOtice
44 Abercrombie, D. D. Assistant 4fws.Vrof .
James ,
Forsyth New Orleans 1 doz. Wafer Seals
Elizabeth :
and convenience, which the feeble and Schr. Christ Church and St. ctrft ,
& Wilson 3. O'Neil 2 Ibs. India Rubber IS HEREftY JIVE h'
exhausted system requires, to nourish and Cargo to Vanbnun George Weller. s- -
lustain its sinking frame. The small supply Hyer & Kopman, J- Quin, J. Strong, S. Jack, n Kemper, Assistant Minitcrof ChristChurch Samples of each article together with tli-iir Pedro Sans f THAT this 8 'thin &e,1U .
of Island afforded Gates U. S. Navy, and master. Passenger uud St. Peters'. p prices to accompany the proposal ; bond amI vs. tnfed }by attach nt i q the 3ipi'
which the commanded ,
poultry Teresa Bra nor Court ecitnbta ,
D. D. fifth ,
Thomas II. Skinner, Pafft of'Oe } oartlgr.
prices beyond the means of the !?, Capt. Rousseau, Lieut. Morris, of U. Presbyterian Church' good security will be required foi the faVthfnl l I Forenzo Btu: and The Defend,at d ah' ''ther t:

poorer classes to -procure. Half gro'tfn S. Navy, C-q>t. Shannon, Lieut. Morris, of Win M. Engles, Pastor oftht" Seventh PnsMterian performance of the co'ntract, and the right} to FUomen JBru. song. interested; arIstreby req. ,
Messrs.. 0'. e11J. A. De- increase t h. of all of the ed to' and plead to ilie nedu s
chickens:: sold} from $1 50 to $2 00 cad Ii. U. -S. Army ; Church.r' quantity or a part appe.tr oD.Penau'lIlt. .
The poor and needy sufferer, consequently blois, J. Strong, Yanbann, H, flyer, J. : St. JescpVr catAoliiC.nrd& arti(*l u" cnu JI '!'atcd as may be mquired .rill : Oct. 3Geiiteel. ", .1829-3911..-- ., -' -: '

bad nothing to nourish and restore his emaciated H. Thompson, of Pensacola : E. Me. L. '. Michael Harley, Pastor cf St. Aiyushnt. !* Catholic l provided: for }by- the contract. :

frame, but bread and salted beef, ateen nd Ross, of ahi!)'; S. C. Thomaston and L. : Cnurch. ,. Charles P. Tutt- Boarding .
theso were often debarred him for Bugnon of New Orleans, and 5 steerage pas .. Wm. H. Furmess, Pastor of the first Conga;a.- Nacy Agent. ;
tonal Church. WOUR FIVE Gentlemen be
sccommodt
or can:
the want of some friendly hand to adaiinis- scn ers. W. T- Brantly. Pasts of the First Papli.;!, Tte I mHiana Advertiser and Mobile Commercial ted with good Doarditij bjrJoseph '
to them. Schr. Maria, Baker, New Orleans cargo Church and Editor of tltt Culumlian Star. t KegHtt'r, will insert iIi\ t above tulyerticincaff '
"Considerable tic ness! still prevails, to C. H-iwkins, J. Gamier. J. C. & C. C. John L. Bags, faster uf the FtfhChurch. Rapti i.ut+l January, and forward f heir. : accounts_to the Of Green,

touh but Qnev cases occur ;. and the KCtor, Kopman te Hycr J. O'Neil, and J .. !1 I c jt' th 4 PejMacola! (.iuett& f rrarwelitr I Pe.Ml1etla. 8ea.14t1-1 A-4l fit.






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) ,r I TO THE PRINTER: 1 I. AIEB.IGE'1"
NAVY AGENT'S drier, fPcasacota f FOR SALE

>..:r'. b., J J'O;). J j OF THE UNITED: STATES. COLLMblAN :r 1tL1.A ).

EALEU Proposals will ho ivevhnl :itr I ANEW hnbwaini's paned' iIH'lfsul'.nart
the of nil the inHieiiuU used in fl
this OiHcc until the first duty| tlf Vpul J OF iHte (price orany of the l'au4uiU fur II... curt.KKMKKYjrhirh ..
bviti
haf
T atljreduced <
:FRAME BUTL2>IKra.' itlakh'g I'linnm; ,j iHI, gn IiY TIM:; r RESJUL.1 1 el l she tolloinp\ niMcs, Yin tNECROSIS
West indi.i S u.uhuii anti iiianut-tttniinp -
next to .tJI.ply.too '1' mid the liiriltiy tit l S.ual.I"
Nary Yard withFresh \IM.NG: four Rooms, with a Kitchen, the inclosed. The fcjubsci; iliei thereloie bin beruinduced OF THE (nrafleciiou of the bones) KING'S
CON l> ; reduction III thi Lf I)., (SCROFULA.. WHITK
aced ii', ":tt .t NO. Srciriniyfttir lo snake a prUpitonablfe ) SwrLtmc ;

Beef ,-t, near the Navy Y. t>\. Possi-sniwii to he hadon prices, which, from be-- first oJ. April, hove litxit "" United States. CANCEROUS, nndiiivrtrmir ULCERS: t

the 1st. January nrtl. For Anther particulars slated in the annexed list. I LIVER and BILIOUS:: COMPLAINTS
.apply, tO.X lhcctal cter cf the Type made at Iltb"'ounth\, of law, I, ANDREW JACKSON, i ;
AND Gco. W. &arhlc Y. is well known to the Trade who are ..sstued that SN ijursnnncc''...sidC'lIt futile United l States of Anienca RHEUM. A'l 1C affections of ilu.head & STStBjUtLCKRS
leg.ud to the quality of metal, finish, Mud gener. lly ;
Vegrctab 1 cs I. -PC'IIFncu'Io1:0cl.- ".--- 2<>ih. I >'9.--3H-if in durability, no deviation hall "teen nude. do hereby declare, and make known, I : of the MOUTH and T illlOxT.SYPHILIS .

lie has on hand a complete nssotiiuf-nt, and can that a public sale: will l Le held at the LandOilier and all other diseases in
Foil ONE tK.ttt u\\cr. \A \'e.\.e.l> Given, snj.jily any quantity on.H Khoit notice: ; lie will be at Tnll.ihassee, in the Territory of improper use of MERCURY.. arising ih

The proposals to state the prim per ponrvlof l I SIXveik>= ,from uu this un the lade estate I will of apply John for;letters l'cidcu of, happy a ill have to receive immediate the oldt'u,attention.'of his customers Meiclmnis which who! Florida, on the fiat Monday in February ASH general dcpurnliye article! 'nr clranserofthe

beet"and the terms upon which the vrye-: dt ceast'd have orders from abroad, can have' offices lom- next, for the disposs-l: of the Public Lands I blood. this remedy' possesses. intHlunble powers; it
the aril has
: i' apllrlil. also the
furnished. I "ilh i mid thing foraPiititing within the limits of the undermen- iml'lo.a I { remark. .
tables will be I 1.Y.V SPKIDEN. plete presses, every necessary situated I eflVrt of depriving' the Uin ol that yellow -
Horn! and security will he required} for the I Ifa Pensacola2Ili October. l "lJkit.I : ;. Estdbl'ulimcni. set in the niuai pea lycl :: Mo'ni'd: toxvnshins and fractional town ships- lint, bich is so common in bilion cr iuiitutiDU bilious| f
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tl:.ul }performance 01 the, cmitraci. I niHuner.PuhlUners! are requested give this! advertisemrnl i to wit : ALBBIGITPlaifadetpk

For further information apply at ihU OlTicn. INoticc.Iith.ltEBY a place in their papers a few times, to I I'- i I North of the base line and \ -eet of the ..
Charles I s. Tutt I ceive: pit* ment, 2 dollars, in Type<<:, ur in the scllUiiient The proprietor, in ofierirp l.is! CCJI,1IIIH.:
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WJ.VEN, of their ncronnls.Rhcliard. Meridian. SYRUP" to the public, luri i,hfs a few of ihereniHikalile ",+wtI
Navy *1gnt42 -. of tines, performed by the same in .
Rona1d Township twc, range twenty-two. I"i.
son.
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-tf. I ILT HI the expiration of sixvrrks from this five moray of its superior rtrrlialpunersar given hire ::
and
three four
the 1l ttuIabl.the PUCES-At six months ocdit, fot appiuvcd Township out, two, ,
... Jt ihite I hliiill apply rn by I('spt'cttL1Ilctlon' le&iding in iliflerent pans
C'nny Couit of F. cHiiiVia, 'for liter of A
NAVY AGENT'S OFFICE IPcnsacola \ 11 aliul the Kstate Patrick Frt-il, tU-ct-nsect. Pearl, per Ib. $I 40 Knjrifdi: 0 H2 Townships one, four and five, of range same, ns Bellas being the moans of conveying to t

Dec 1st: 182P. fSEALED t James h in lay, Nonpareil, U 9" Great Primer% I 0) :ti \venu)'-four.Tonnsliips. their fellow creature nho are sintilail) afllirtrd {

Proposals will -bo received at loth Oct,1S2311lit'Otl : : Minion, 0 70 I Double Pica 0 34Brevier one three four and five tf : sure, speedy and effectual r mnly! -aware, haft
until the f first day .of April \ _Pomacola_ : 0 .;ri( !)n. (heat Primer: 0 tW: I many_ medicine_ :( me at life titnc dUniUited about
Burlrtis, 0 4d>> I-argo letter, plainLong ranjie twcntyfrtti'I'otvnships the country tieUI tooth to cure diseases, upon
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next to supply theV cst India Squadron | CL ise y eTo \\1 ) Primer, 0 40( Scabbards and three, four and five, of range which tilt:) have not the slightest influence, soma

and the Navy: Yard at this \iitwith all whom it may concern that Marianc Small IVa, 0 :i"'I Uuotution*, 0 30 twentysix.Townships. I. IIf which they hnd iiird previous to the use (tube
0 : *i >be seen their own
by
l ic.i. > syrup us majr altrstaions.
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ie ilond attic having duly in-ide andpublished thrco four and five of i
two
FIRE WOODfor ,
last Will: and Testmnent.vhetein slit The prices of other descriptions of Type arc pro- II The ineititinl is so highly reputed by some of the
H portionnhly] reduced" range twcnty- C\.en. t't'ysir.If\1\1lor( the cute of tnriont diseases, thai to
one year. The wood for the Stlua ron 1 Hppoinledthe subscriber! hiiwkclfllie Executor execution, who ha hen* quali-.,f Old Type received in payment nt!H\ cents: prr Hi. Fractional; township one, of rahjrO twenty the proprietor's onn krowln'-e. trn gentle p/
be of the kind call llTI..TL tied and taken upon 'j the medical fal'1Ihf'I'C induced to. it in
to commonly All persons indri.u-d :o the relate are requested to eijrhl, West of St. Maiy de (!al\e !hay.Fracti try diirasos t
NO ICE. to which ihrj ihi'insrlvi luull.tf'n I luhjocf,
make\ iuuntdiaie |I'at men ant those to n hunt alit vial) township one, of range twenty ami found brnyfit from its use ono
prom ; particu-
rsINtcis i indebtedlo piesent iheii chums fur puy- THE Coparlneisr.'" 'ieirtol'.re exiting under eight, Fast of Ulackwater Bay. I Ili ly. residing in :411 rutowtr N. J. whose dmnlution T C
I Law. ( mol' MainHL Gates i ia by mutual consent
within the time prescribed by ii
That for the Navy Yard to he good ueut JOHN DE LA RITA.Executor\ this .'ay tlixs! -lv\ I. ThoR having demands Towns lips two, three, four and f five, of wr.v threatened b? a severe attack of IlvrrcoknpUint r
\v Inch had previously resisted his Own treatment 1
Sound Oa.l.1 upairsl said r inn ':it I l.-arc prt'8f'l1lllwlll-n UdtMintd range two ty-tight.
wa* in the ('flUI!lC' of a few iveCkt rej bored t
quite Mime 'f. ty tw add, that those indebted Town two thrco and of '
i Pensacola. October 9th, 1S29.SUPERIOR I ps) Jour range ; to the :joy tnt'bt of p(11'1 feM health,
Proposals will also \. received at th(- :same ---,---- -.- will confer u : rtiiular favor by settling : twenty-nin '. The wcrntjuis nh'n*, hove teen received from la, I I Ilo

lithe for the delivery at the :Navy Yard of: COURTOf their accounts. Township one, of ranc thirty-one. agents ill diirrirnt Parts r.ftlot' "'lionseaktnR| of Tit

the wood now cut ori; the Live Oak PLmta- Sidney P. Ilainca, l Tmvnoohips three, four, and fiver of range tae! good effects \punlnred' by for syrup, are sufficient ors!!

lion opposito this place. TUBWEBTFAXN Samuel Gates. r thirty two.Townships. to compile" '! HI this tune ui octavo volume Jr 4f ;
of hundred
to enumerate
upwards two pages oil 1
Tiioitpersons who order proposals for'tlw DISTRICT. The iH1! .I'U will in future be conducted byniuH'Gales four and five, of range thirty the cures. .

Contract will state the cord. AHhc "& who keeps his usual rood upply.PrnsHcola. '
price per I thire. The doses of the Columbian Syrup. are jndi
NOTICE GIVEN. 3id. 18:921itf.CLOTHING.
I* uExtBr Angus!
; wood to be delivered at the Navy 1 aril. -- --- ------- I South of the base lino and west' of the rlnusly l'roI'Utlllllh'.I l, and adaplcd to the age and r
Bond and security will he rctl'lirc&for\ the TU1AT HieTermof ihe United Slates' tJiMric!: 1l'It>ridian. rftlength of the htinuin system. It is co perfectly ;
l S'iprtior{ Cttiii! of West FIOI ida ItPI'oio-1 I inn,ieetit, that no evil r 1 ecl need be apprehended OA
tarhful performance of the contract. ted_lo Le held in the City of 1'enaacolu on the Fractional township one, of range twenty I from it, when taken agreeably t. the direttlers. I

For further information apply at this: Office. AND SHOES. one. It he given without apprehension to the
"tBt : lousloj Or Xo'V'b ,;:r HATS BOOTS, may any S
Charles P. Tutt, Fractional townships one and two, of luost untie' infant or feeble adult.

Ym'lI Ape It. next u. Posiponod' until the nUST :\lO't: U.\Y of 3. ONE ILL range twenty-thrct'c MEDICAL Rr.coI'IU.HA'fORYOTrCP: ;. d
rccoHimeitded tl.e of J.
Having use Albright't
4 12-tf. D e mb order'r nrxt.By of the. Hon. H. M. BracUenridge, .ludse 1-I\Sjust received a fashionable assortment of fractional townships, one and two, of "COLUMBIAN Svnup" jut my own private practice:

cf the SnleriurCutilt of the Wcsteiii Distil cf and Spring I ICUI1@ range twenty-four. for nearly tw. ) cars, ami having witnessed its decided ps

NAVV AGENT OFFICE, ) I. 1'.oiid.t. }WU ( Township one, of range twenty fiv. efficacy in many ra cs which had prcvioli'
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Pensacola Nov. 21st 18'9. Hunt of resisted! the usual lemedies. I now u iih much pleasure
) W. Hascll Township one, ranee twenty six.
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Proposals will ho received nt I uiiich; he offers for sale low for Cash, Fractional two of give my testimony in its favour, and will quotea
. CLERK.Pcusacola. township
SEALED I range twentysix. few of the most remarkable cares performed by C
until the first ly of J-llIarY' lit October, 1829! -30-.tluid. AMOXG WII11I ARE; the same which rater under my not in'.

next for the supply of the following artirl.-s! ______n' Black, blue biov.n and olive dress and frock 6U- Fractional townships one and two, of Mr. John Hiiifkle's son, of Abington township, n

()stationary for the use of the Navy on this NOTICE. pet line cloth range twenty-seven. ATuii'gomcry county Pa. ulceration ofthe mouth d
and throat and violent inflammation of the
Station for the year 1830, to lie delivered at iir Subscriber iroi.uucniory executor of the COATS & PANTALOONS.: .Fractional townships ono and two, of. the tll;
the :Navy Yard, Pcnsacola, viz: : 'I late Yni(.:o (niciu loquest llill!>evlio have 11).1 a up curd, cassiiift, .i i:iliug, and -irca ti sign do range twenty-eight, East of IVnsacola and Ihrotil eiiii .oCt:* of the month that it laid 'bare dl I

30 Reams Foolscap Paper( claims against IIi(' vaiil c"lat2 to pteent Ihcii ac- "VESTS.plain F.sc.unbirt bays, and west of the Day of St.Nary the bones Rod made ill way into the nose--Mrs. fc:
CO ditto Letter do. rcunN for nHyneut ; /.1 tli .'.me to settle f"a')thin the shortest: delay. ; black and fiumvd silk velvet, val,,,,;., tom I Scintilla, under which she laboured nearly three
1 do. Feint lines do. AiVl ON 16 POL. 1".1. fiincy and pl.iiii silk, blue and black cloth. Fractional township one of range twenty ,j years. She had extensive scrofulous ulceretiom"C

1 do. Royal Post do. I'CIIucol.lOdubrl 'H. Ib29-37if. U :;ih n vat Ndy flfItIJl'IND eight, East of Blarkvater; bay. I. on the: If/I side of the neck down to her 1 rtaft ; the bI

2: doz. 2 quire Blank: Books (!i,1iho11:1I1): ) JACKETS Fractions of townships; one and two, of ,I hreist very much enlarged ; her left arm swollen 0

4 8 quire do. do. (full bouml})) tW lItJ-ninc, East and \Vest of E- and useless, and her head on the fleeted tide rerlining n'
IS HEREBY GIVE. range
NOTICE
the and violent in her
Fine fl iiit i and! plain lii hilt l linen on shoulder, pain

1 Gross Red Tape. ||_HAT Ille 'fl..n of the United Slates uI'lil.1; SHIRTS = cainh'ia bay.Township. system. General Thomas Snyder, of Rheumatic sh
J Gross Black Ink Powder, I_ Ccnit fur the county ol .laikoon\ uppuinli one, of range thirty. affection of' the head, followed by an obstruction of 'eI t

5 Ibs. Letter Wafers (red) .- be held on l4i<* 4ir*< :Monday of L) --inbrr lit."I. duck, clack coitun and tlannel do. Fractional township two, of rcnpo thirty. I the nostrils ; severe pnin in the upper jaw, eKtending tl

5 lb Note do. (lo.) is PusIJ+(Incd 'to the thiHIJulIl1"J: ol said Dectm- DAAWSSB.: Fractional townships ono and two, of exhibiting- from the! high nose over state the of cheek inflammation.-Mr.hones; the ehevke V&lenline w'-

10 Ibs. Red Wax- l her next.
Sealing Bv older of tlie! lion. II. 31. SiacLciiiidge J"ilgrof bl.k IlaliHn! ilk! ..ltA\',,:J S, range thiity one. Roraef ulceration) of the left nostril, ob f 1
5000 Quills. .;ud court. |ttain; ind f.totv tio. Fraction townships two ,and three, orange f stiuclion of tilt. same ; loss of smell difficulty of : t

12: doz. Black Lead Pencils /*. TARDIFF.Pepsjcola ?:ik Il.iinikru hirfs (roves, ilobi-ry, striped Sits.Pt thirty-two. I bieathing, and severe pain of the IYfem-Mr.

2 doz. Red do. 5h: Oct 1629.GCKSIIEX II lit rs Hats si.id | South of the hase line: and Hast of the Mustek's Rife, son and daughter; Mrs. Musick of
CallsZSIIOh. ('r.roulc Rheumatism with which she had ht'C"afilictI'd *
200 Slate Pencil, BOOi'S Meridian.Townships. upwards. or sixteen years ; her son of scf4 C
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1 dozi Boxes Paints, Reeves Water CT. BUTTER &c. At A XI) three, and four, of range four. head, and daughter of scorbutic affection of Ihe fit

!lours assorted, Fractional: township five!, of inner t fiw. pun and discharge from the left f'-SI..lllitS
rj- IJ.-5I Gnslirn BUIlI'r.I' (fee.W'tli Si.are's son of carious affection of the shin; nearly
doz. Camel *
12 Hair
n
Pencils' assorted] jr t
Townships and two of !ix.
ono
r HiiiiU. Four: inllllif Bids. ranges
: Domestic and Piece Unods. he whole of the slut hone was destroyed, togetherwith
4 doz. Pen Knives, FRESH!' POXCIIONG TEA, Prusacr.Je.Felna.aty! i. 15'1tt-: 1-tf. Townships: two, three and eight of range many of the smaller bones .,f the font.-Mr. a
2 doz. Cork Inkstands, Ci'Miiberiies. ten. James :M'Minn, of liver complaint tend asthma, 1

1 do/ Box Wood S.tnd) Buses l TEAS.& J J Best Cincinnati Hams (Gasso.IIMII Poiisacolu Guzrttc Reading Room..1liE Fractional townships two, three and four'I which he had upwauU ofnilft' yt'ura.-\JII. Myers i
ulcerated mouth and throat and her daugh
7 Nautical Almanacks each for 1830 w ilS',) and townships) live and ten, of range eleven.! sore th
nml 1831.Sheets ]{. >. ut"f Crop! -. Piopiiclor of the) Pensacola Gazelle has! tcr of scrofula. Besides the diseases above enumerated t
tin
Fractional four and five and
H.ill L'bU.! \u.1 Mackerel.Half opened.. j. townships I prescribed the; Syrup with great success
25 Imperial Drawing Paper !best Cilldllnali family Reef:, tm': w-lJip ten, of range twehe.Fiactioual mercurial cases and secon,laiy syphilis.

23: do. Double Elephant do. [;llll'l"\\'ooll'" best anfoiled Pickles and Sauces, READING ROOM ) townships five and sir, ol f In giving this testimony of the merits of tbe :.

_1 doz. Wafer Seal*, I'ine; Apple Chre. r.:IntC; thirtcr._ Columbian- Syrup" I Jiavc'divestrd, mylangnngc, itser.lirely !
2 Ibs. India Rub For Sale by the :Subscriber, nt his Store, Main r Iserr Papers from i-veiy parr of the United Stales n. of lethnical: terms tin better to be uncrr- IcrIss.
er. Street, in from of the Public Square. Hie regularly'receivydNUd! filnl immediately J alter I II 1j and fractional;1 townships: I..ntood by those, to whom it i is intended to convey
Sample of each article to ;etl :r with their J. Pcscay. the ui rivul of the Mvtl.TERMS.. will he heed in the order above designated, its etfccts. The length of lime the diseases have

prices to accompany the proposal! ; bond and lJ(!inning with the )lowt ntindxT of Section: been dissipated, convinces me, that the cures art na:
P..nllAcola, Nor 21.f. 1823. and it with propriety I be suid, lliJtits ire
good security will be required for the faithful in r.'Mji.The:. permanent may
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--- r.ishl Dollars per annum payable in advance healing: qualities; rank it among the first remcdies -
performance of the contract, and<< the right to accommodation of 1P
Hi ale those Ueiillemen
.fO MAIiIIl'ERS.FIVI' J of the day.
incrtnsc the 1aJl(:*-- re nvid hv, law; for the use of present ,
quantity of all or a }part of the ,hose stay in the' ( ii>' HUM be unc"lllIill.IIULu..i"- JOHN I.M AYIVEG, M. 0. I'
articles enumerated as arty be rcquid 1 will:' : Large BUOYS have been moored in lions will be received inouiii.'y! at one Doilar pet schoolor fur oi'irr l purposes, will he cxcludcii Philadelphia, March 5, 1828. o:!
I i'hii.inel leading from tin Gulf Slieam, month. from sale.
provided f3r the a
by contract. I through the Hnibonr KEY \\. KST.: iutu the Bay Subscribers; to hnvr tc! allege of inlroduclnpgenteel The above mentioned !Medicine can h* procnrodnt
Charles P Tutt, iifMtx.tVstrls drawing fret water and ,: stianpi'is piiiti*. Given uiulrr my Ii;'nd at the City ofWashington three dollars perquait buttle of the Subscribers ftV

fOUII.lloJ": j;.lf.J IVii>acola, and j\Vu Oilt-uns. caw OTJ'Subscriptions: arc now received the Reading ; / this fifh; day of October, who will exhibit to any prison applying, the mti,
Nasy
Agent. ficatci of cures alluded! lo by Doctor Mayweg.
The Loiusianri by observing tho following directions pass throughthis Room. A. D. 18::'.). Uri
: Advertiser and :Mobile: Comtner- Channel with perfect safety, and thus avoid Vanbsnm & Wilson. 1'
rift.! Register, will insert the above advertisement the tedious and dangerous navigation of tbe Gulf.It I KIRCH WASSER SlC.IT ANDREW: JACKSON.By : .

Turin January: nnd forward their accounts to the Of j is recommended 'Masters of Vessels! lo steer the President fensncola: IfJlh January 1629. CI5BOXES
i OK S.tl., Ihe Subscriber, receivedFiom : r
fice ofthe TeRaacola Gazette for payment.ALLp front Buoy to Uuny, keeping close lo them on ei I I'r'I New' Orleans.
-Tiit-y are moored in the deepest waii-i GEORGE GRAHAM. CLARET WINE
tti UC. -f and can be distinctly' seen from each other. TIMbearing Kirchwnsser, (of the Black Forest,) Cornrfris.; the General Land 2
I (!haiiipai,<;iie, Sparkling) over of
oftlic:
follows\ '
Buoys are as :
r.onB indebted to the [ I d'Angers French Snjtcnor quality,
"taf' of John The ht Buoy at the entrance of the Channel and jugiioiei ( Cherry Cordial Office.
,deceased,nre requested to make immediate nearly in the ,Ilaiboitr of Key West, bears fiom i MuscHlel Wine, best quality, October 9, 1829tds.PRESZK 200 do. Soap No. 1. '
: ,
payment, and nIl claims I Botdeaux Oil
persons having
the Light House West .t.
IMI Key by Compass
aghast said estate are requested to prcMJut them with- White Wine Vinegar, 2 Pipes dry Malaga Wine
tt the time prescribed by Law \\. by tV."'st. distant!i 1 stile t
toAnn 2nd Buoy bear from the 1st Buoy N. W. by J. Pcscay.Pensacola A SUPPLY Sacks of Salt. u

Spcidcn. r:.art h. 1 hFeh. 1829. .

A dmin istratrir. 3rd. Buoy hears (torn the 2d<<1 Buoy, N. W. r 0.arrived Fashionable and for SUMMER CLOTHING the jm. A GOOD ASSORTMENT OP
Peaatoole North.Jth b.iety UndertignedCONSISTING a
Dec.&h,1.-12--3t.; Administrator's Notice. I
Buoy Lrarsfion: the, 3d Buoy, N W. 1-2 North. DRY GOODS, &0. r
'IT1'MAN Senr. has applied to for OF
6th Buoy on the Bar, heais farm the Light.Ilouse ISc me
Notice. on Key West, North West by West. of Administration on the estate of Block, Brown, and Green Bon l>azeen colt SALE BY
Keith -ceiicd. These
Geolgp are to lIolith05r
ALT. persons interested in the Estate of John 0_Vessels n quiring I Pilots can obtain them at concerned that afiet six weeks I shall grant)'letters. Coatees and Frock Coats, H. Michelct.

deceased, Rrf! hereby notified that the Key West as there is a board of branch Pilots es 'I'ltos.1I. Bush Angola! Circassian, and French Linen do. with a Pensacola, June 25,1829-19-tf. i.
Undersized Clerk fahlUhed.: 1
of the County Court will ex- va..it'ryof
officio lid -iiHiMfr on said Estate, pursuant to un The Ihua1st water at low water is 10 fret, and P. J. e. (,'. II: C. PRINTED: WKKKI.Y,BYJEHOIWa ,

or.lrr of thr Hon the Presiding Judge ot the at high water 12 ;.2 feet on the Bar. Holmes' Valley August 14lh, 1829-29--6t. PANTALOONS &. VESTrp D. X&OORS

County Court, all porsoni having any demands 'V 111. Pinkney] ,
*gma Estate .1I I present them "itllou FOR THE rROPRTKTOH,
delay. SupLrilltenclant of Buoys Notice.Is While and Brown French uen, drilling!, Canon

H. G. Ramsay, CUSTOM HOUSE, l>" < Grass, humbaecen and Fancy Punier ot the Lawsor -

Key West, January, 1829. ) Hereby Given.
... Cltrk.Walfop ;r Aa E'1'S. THE1J11'ITED r
.. County October 161 h. 1829-3Stf. Is HEREBY Given that at the expiration of Six STATES

Nt.icS NOTICE.7THE wefks.from this: date, I will apply to the Hon Fine, plain, and frilled linen shirt| Black Ital-
hereh Y Gen t Under3gBed? labS received instructions to County ('.art of Encainhia for letters of Adminigraiiwn inn cravats and stocks ; silk pocket handkerchiefs, ANA>> OF TilE

TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, vJL prevent or punish the cutting of. valuable upnn the estate of Nathaniel G. C. Slaw.;It ilk and cotton Hosiery ; black horse-akin, Beaver FLORIDA.
ter, deceased. and linen gloves ; silk, cotton and worsted sns TERRITORY OF
JIATJanirs Parkrrisdesd, and that letter limber, upon the Public Lands. These instiuc-
of Administration on his estate hate been lions extend not only to Live Oak and Cedar, but Julius Pescay, penders ; black, white and seal hats, of fine quali.es E S.

granted to the Subscriber. All persons indebted to I. 4
the estate are requested. to make immediate pij. lie Land, for the puapose.Shipping, bribe use BOOTS FIVE DOLLARS per annum, ia advance,if par'meat

mint, and ,?.,, to whom the estate j i. im|..hieil. to I of Saw Mills &.c." Jt into be untit'utoodhownn VH1VATE l\OA'ltD1XU. is deferred six month, SIX DOLLAR'

present tbelrcIaiBxi: within the time prescribed bv that the instruction do not apply to limber used for or FIVE Gentlemen can be accommoda tiffs .... ANDSHOES .M will) be required.BlTAdverfnwnenta. !
fuel for &iI
FOUR
or
Jaw; I plantation purpoMrs.Benj.
Private boarding by the subscriber( on : inserted conflplcoonsl/ ONE
I $c.
Jamea Fin lay.Administrator. D. Wright, reasonable terms. DOLLAR for every fourteen linen o r less, for

U. S. Attorney. James Pendleton J. O'NeUL) I the first insertion, and FIFTY CFNTS.. kt.et )la

Prnnttb, J*.C4,1820.-38-&r Peosacola, 7th Nov 1628 36-tf. Pennc.lt, Nor. 10th, IQch 1829.- 3V- m. PcBtacob 3Iaj 121}. l29.-14t cQntill\1lftCe-IQDCIf08'e' Ll the ,were salts r




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