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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: January 2, 1830
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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V.lnscT-k, Dec. s. With full confidence in the justice of,,I liberal footing,. however, upon which the I II eral Government of Mexico, in its communications .fice is considered as a species of property j I t.

Presideof' our cause, and in the probity, intelligence, I subject has, with the approbation of the with this. I and Government, rather as a means of promoting
o'clock' the !
This day, at 12 ; t'6 Ijoth and uncompromising independence of the claimants, been placed by the Government, I consider i it one of the most urgent of my individual intereststhan ssaainstru

the United States coninilYnirnted% Hlustrious! arbitrator, wo can. have nothing together wilh the uniformly just amid fiiendly duties to bring to your attention the proprie- I ment created Solely for the service of tho

Houses[ of Congress the fotlotvingMessage apprehend. Ito I disposition which Im been evinced by His tf of amending that part of our Constitution People. Corruption in someand in others,

which relates election of President "ra perversion of correct feelings and princi-
the
Danish Masjesty, there is a reasonable to )
From Franco ancient [ have :
our ally, we a
i'r' rht tl't\CCt: that justice which becomes ground td hope that this single subject of and Vice President Our system of Government j i I I pies, divert GO'crnmenfrom its legitimate '

Fcllotc-Citizens of the SC1fat th'c Sovereign of a powerful, intelligent and difference will speedily be removed<< ( was, by its framers, deemed an ends, and make it an engine for the support ,

and House of Re prescniktives. The beneficial cf'Tects : Our relations 'with'! the Barbary Powers l!I experiment ; and they, therefore, consistently of the few at the expense of the many. The
fuagnanimouS; 1 l1L" ptl' j of its de- duties:' of ull public officers are, or, at least,
\have : mode temfcdyirig
It affords me 1 pleasure to tender my friendly produced\ ny the commercial l convention continue, as they long been of the j:,, provided a
fects. admit of being made, so plain and simple,
favorable: character. The of;
of most policy I
occasion
to on the your: of IS'2'2:! limited
greetings you : as our provisions, are
the Scat of Government, to make keeping an adequate, force in the Mediterranean To the people belongs the right of i! that men of intelligence may readily qualify ,
obvious
assembling it 1 too not to a salutary impres'sictn : performance;
themseiveft for and I
cannot
duties which as security for the continuance of electing their Chief Magistrate] it was ne- ; -
to ;
eater: upon I the important you I upon the minds of those who are charged ; but believe that n.ore is lost by the long
have been, r-.lled: !Iv.Ill' voice of our roun- with tlfc administration of her Govern- this tramjliility\; will he persevered l in, as ver designed that their choice should; in any continuance of in office than is

trymcn. ""thc task devolves on mo, under ment.. Shotrld ibis result induce a disposition well as 'a similar one for the protection of case, ho defeated, either \by the intervention' I I be men their generally I' submit
to gained by experience.
a provision i of the Constitution, to present to embrace; to their full extent, the our commerce! and fisheries in the Pacific. of electoral colleges, or by the agency confided ,! therefore to consideration whether
Lenishturo of The Southern Republics of our own hemisphere under certain coutingencies, to the your ,
Federal
to you as the tvrctttylour 'wh lcsome I prirrnple'5 whit constitute om the efficiency Of the Government would} not '
and twelve ufdli6Yis cl" have not realized all the advantages House of Representatives. Experience
sovereign States, commercial policy, our Minister to that yet be promoted and official: industry and rate -
tf Chairs- and for which they have been so long proves, that in as agents to execute g.
happy people, a view Our ; to CbYfrt will be found instructed to cherish proportion sty better secured, by a general extension '
in the discharge We trust however that the I the will of the People are multiplied, ;
such struggling. ,
measures as, aid
such in
propose a disposition! aryl to conducting of the law which! limits lo touryears.
of m yselves official: functions, have presented.rWin-.I' it to useful pr.iciical conclusions. The day is not distant, when the restorations of f there is danger of ,their wishes; being frtistrai appointments

as neccssilrv- to nroiliofc the 'ohjt'"cts of 1 claims of our citizens for depredations imon( peace and internal quiet under permanent:. i ed. Some may be unfaithful ; all are liableto ,
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"Uttr: Union. I their property long since committed under systems of governments, securing the err. So far, then-fore, as the People can, i J In a country where offices arc created solelyfor
lilJCr-\\ with cotivenience it is safer lor theiil the benefit of the+ people, no one man
In communir.ttingwith you t for the first I the authority, and in many instances, by the ty and promoting: the happiness of peak, official

time, it is to imi a source of nnfoighvd Faiir- direction of the then Government zens, will crown, with complete success, to fexbress their owu ',III.i'he has any more intrinsic right to station "
,
f f.ictioncallini for mutual crat'ularion; \ and devout -I express' of France remain existing unsatisfied their long and arduous! efforts in the cause of }Number' !>f aspirants)' to the Presidency than another. Offices were not cstab1ished'

; and the of ,the interests which to give support, to particular men at the.public -
thanks to A \benign Providence, that t and must, therefore, continue to furnish self government and enable as' to salute, diversity
me U with all mankind', and that :isubjort them as friendly rivals in all that is truly may influence their claims, leave: little reason expense. No individual wrong is therefore -
we peace of discussion
unpleasant' : and
our country exhibits the most cheering evidence I collision between the two Governments., 1pusSille great and glorious.The to expect choice in tlm, first instance;\ ; dori'c by removal, since feather appointment -

of general! welfare and progressives'improvement. i I cherish recent invasion of Mexico ; and the and in that evdnt, the election: must devolveon to, nor continuance in office, is, matterof
however l
a livelyhoIme; founded l cited the her domestic the [louse 'Representatives, where it is right.! The incumbent became an officer
Turning oVr eyes to other -r hy produced upon
on the validity of th'dsc claim's; alul the esta'bIHied obvious the always \vith'-\ view to benefits and when,
policy have influence Will of the People ntay nbt public ; .
brethrenof
nations: onr treat: desire i is to sec car policy <*f all enlightcrte'd 1 Governments \: must a controling
be ascertained if ascertained these require his removal, they are not to bo
the of South American or may
the human n..ert: secured in the blessings: upon great question!
the known}
us oa : integrity of the hot be From the mode of '.;ice(1 to private interests. It is the
We have the full regarded. voting sac!
spiritof
enjoyed; hy ou.sulve.s; ;, tL 'ulvanring\ ( in knodl \\- French :Monarch that the emancipation.I seen
social ; injurious delays civil dissension i rebuked, and, perhaps, by States tho choi'cb Is to be made by twenty People, and they alone, who have a right to
i in freedom\ and : happiness.
f' of
? the will find redress in the of
,
!past equity 1 four votes-and it oftbrt f that when bad officer is substituted
for stifled in that the loycofindepel1dl'nce. may occur, complain, a
in their lepublir, by
relations although ever
Our sun-c.t.! ;, the fut\\
Iinistcr
\ !'e. Our has hcen instructed
.
If it he one of these IU"Y; controlled: by an individual t for a good ene. He who is removed has
true as
character pacific and tiithdt: ; appearances
general; ; present to press: these! demands)( on I he French i iGO'CrJU11l'.lt
Honors and offices the means of obtaining a living ,that -
srlh'CCtsJCCts of dlffere'nfo( between us and with all the strongly indicate, that the spirit oftndclpendency Representative; same ,.,
earnestness: whichis if are at the disposal of the sot-res.ful candi- 'are enjoyed by the millions who never held
i io the aid a \
I'thei Powers, of deep interest, ; well as to master spirit,
called their
; for by importance nd irrefutable
( date. inake it I: office. The limitation would destroy
proposed
sentiment in the Repeated ballotings may appear -
the at large: as to of our citi- corresponding prevails
country many justice, and in a =spirit that will evince
States this devotion to oth-I. that a single individual{ holds the cast the idea of property now so generally
To alTect! an adjustment: tp1'these= shall er ; ; liberty i
zom. the lespcct which i iv due to the feelings of in his baud. he not be tempted to connected with official station and although.
without effect the councils of May ; .
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continue to he the object of earnest en- those |uoper' upon '.
my f.omvhdm the satisfaction i is required.Our .
his But i without iiidhidu'd distress be sometimes
name reward Zruptionsupposing
difficilltios the mother The adoption, by, even cor may produced -
dcavots and notwithstanding the countn.
; ; Minister recently appointed to Spun; of the fleptcsentativu it would that rotation
I the probity by promoting
towards her former
of the task, I do not allow myself to ;apprehend \ I i has been authorized lo assist; in removingevils Spain{ of a pacific policy *
which constitutes in tho t
be oof the
to against a leading principle
Colonies pi power .
consoling
to hunvinity:
} unf.ivorablu results Blessed as Our -an event ,
\ i alike injurious to both countries, either ful motives t \ivhich he be assadccthe : creed healthful action to the .
and IiI to the worhl! in which she bjr may ; republican : give ;
is with thing: which constitute t, concluding a 'sing ;
Country every by a commercial Convention
national she is fully adequate i up- herself ('ai hot fil;; J largely l to 1 participatemay ; will oi the Peoplo is still constantly lia- system.
liberal and
strength, on reciprocal terms!, or by urging \
[ i be most losonaldy. expected.Tho ( I'lc to he misrepresented. One may err No very considerable chancre has occurred
mainwinance of all her interests. ndischttrRing
thc
To I the acceptance': in their: full extent, of the
the trust confided to beneficial claim of our citizens: upon tlCl} South} from ignorance Oi (the wishes df his constituents .1tH;jug time recess of Congress, in the ,
responsible mutually of navi- I
provisions
our It his
is
icllull thai t
nuothcr, from a cOIn condition Hf either COI1mer.ce
American Government, generally, are in a ; our Agriculture,
the Executive in this respect, it is my settled jasion: act*. He I hisal o been instructed to his of
l train settlement: v. bile th ''princij: part, .li.iy to bit! governed by own judgrhbnt or Manufactures. The.operatio'n. or
ask nothing that is not clearly make further the ;
to a appeal to justice' of Spainin J .
I pin pose the fitness of the! candidates : finally. althoughall the Tariff has to'thfc
"of| those t Brazil have been! adjusted, not proved so injurious I
that iswronr. upon "
right, and to submit nothing behalt'of our citizens, for ;indemnity of I informed
inflexibly hohcit1"all; accurately -
and a Decree in Council, ortlerin r bonds to were two former, not as beneficial to the latter; "J
and I flatter myself, that, vnpporttell snoliations upon our commerce, committed lies
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of (the wi is of their constituents& -
of Govern- under bo issued hy the Minister ..of'the Tieasinyfor as was anticipated. Importations of foreign
the
hy the other branches her authority-an appeal which. the:
of their (amount, has received then sanction yet, under the preseht mode of election, a goods have not been sensibly: diminished, :
jncnt, and the intelligence and patriotism pacific! and liberal course observed on our maofll'n eteit ihb President and pm

the People, we shall be able tinder the protection pzlrt; t, and a thib! confidence in thb honor of r of his Imperial Majesty: This event, together when minority' this happens; it : reasonably be; while domestic competition, under' ,ii illusive
ex-
I with the exchange of the ratifications: ) may excitement, has increased the production ,
of Providence, to cause all our just: flirt Government, authorize u3 to expect t t that efforts will be made the
\vill be made in vain. I of tho Treaty negotiated and concluded in pected on part much beyond the demand home.. con-. l
fhY1Its} to be rcsnccted. not
-- of the major ity, to rectify this iujul ions I
terminates all serious ope- The have been
'COf 1S.2K t happily ; causes sumption. consequences I
United
the unsealed\ matters between the With other : Powers
European intercourse ration of their instilntions. But
our\ although no
of difference with that power.Measures lov prices, temporary embarassment, and "'iI
States .11''lothpr Powers the most prjninent *- is tli' InIlusla evil character should result from sucha ,
on most friendly footing. of this (
That such of manufacturing
have been taken
loss
to place rwir partial our J
Arc those which have, for vearsheenthe hfr i territorial. limits of the first ;
of
pbctfd; hy extensive perversion principle our system establishments i
commercial relations with Peru ,upon a better !& as rift; based upon capital
with
subject of wlgoriu'ion England, population, and great }power, high hi that rile majority in tl) govern-it must
footing than that upon which they have and arc prudently managed, will,survive* t'
France and Spain. The late period at the rank of natio.i the i I .
: *, United States have be very certain that a President elected by
Governments hitherto rested ; :and: if met by a proper disposition the shock, and be ultimately profitable,there .
which minister! tfo those \ .
our found the confidence
always a steadfast; friend. Althoughher a minority, cannot enjoy necessary -
on the part of that Government, is nd good reason to doubt. t
left the United States, render impossible! at I recent invasion of Turkey, awakened a to the successful discharge of his duI r .
of what has important benefits may be secured to both Ti5 rdgulate its conduct so as l(; ,:
this early day, to infirm you$ lively sympathy for those who were exposed I ties.i to promote ; .
tho with. which they countries. equally the prosperity these three, cardi i. .
been don
subjects
on the desolations of
to we but .
war, cannot,
In this in all other of
have been respectively than: id. Relying anticipate that thfc result will faVdrablu Deeply hitr.-rcslcd! ; as tic" are in the prd"s- as matters public nal interests, is one of the most difficult tasks .l'

upon the justice of our views: in relation to to the cause:: of. civilization, and(prUve to the perity of our sister republics: and more particularly concern, policy requires that as few impediments of Government; ; and it may be regretted ;
progress should exist the free
the points committed to negotiation, and. of human happiness. The ofplace in that of our immediate neighbor, as possible to that tl&i complicated restrictions which, now ..
treaty of the will. Let then
the reciprocal good feelings which characterizes between these Powurs having been it would be most gratifying to me, were I operation public, us, cmbarass the intercourse of nations, couldnot ,
: endeavtir to amend 1 that the I
: our interconrsfc with those nations, ratified: we cannot be insensible to the permitted to say tint the treatmfetit which ( our system by common consent be abolished! and I
great of Chief
office be *
I Magistrate not con
we have received at her hartds, has been as: may commerce allowed to flow in tji'osc channels
benefit derived the
of the United
to conlmorte
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the and barred! upon any citizen but in pursuance ofa which individual its i iI
} universally fiiendly as early constant [ to en'tcrprise-i.-always j
States from the ,
unlocking navigation';
.With Great Britain, alike distinguished} in the Black Sea-a free passage into which is solicitude manifested by the United States fair would expressluli therefore of the will recommend df th'li majority.I such I surest guide-might! direct !it. But we must f

I pence and war, we may look forward to secured to all merchant vessels bound to for lu r success, gavo us a right to expect. an ever expect selfish l legislation in other na L ,

years of peaceful: ; honorable arid t elevated ports Russia under a flag at with the But it becomes my duty to infoim you that amendment of' the Constitution in the as may remove tions, and are therefore compelled to adapt 1 I; :
peace all intermediate election
!! competition. Every thing in the condition Porte. This prejudices indulged I by a portion of agency our own to their regulations! ; ijf flit Q.manner +,
:advantage: c-njoyed conditions -
upon amid Vice President. The
of President
hill hi..tory of the two nations, h Calculated by most of the Powers Europe, i the inhabitants cf Mexico against the EnvoyExtradrtfihary best calculated to'acOJd, serious injury, andto
sentiments of mutual. } and Minister mode ,may be so regulated as to preserve to harmonize the of
to insP : respectand has hitherto' been withheJd from Plenipotentiaryof conflicting interests our
us. During
conviction the minds of both thatit 'I the United States have had unfortUnate each State its present relative weight in the and ,, }
to carry to the Silmnie/ antecedent hilt an agriculture, our: commerce, .psr # :u: -
past an unsuccessful I
their the cordi influence the afTaiis of the 'I election ; anal a .f"i1Mrc in the first attempt Under these invite
t
is policy to preserve most upon two j 1ctures. impressions t
: attempt to obtain it, was rcncwwd],
relations. Such arc my own views, and it under circumstances which promised the countries, and have diminished that usefulness may he provided tiby: confining the second your attention to the existing Tariff; believing t.

is not to be doubted that such arc also the to, his own, which was justly to be expected to a choice between! the two highest I that sonic of its provisions recjuiro modi -
most favorable: results.-Although these re- t.
prevailing sentiments of titllents. from his talents and 'zeal. To thiscause candidates. In connexion with such an fication.
: our cn
Stilts have: fortunately been thus in attained i .
Irrt' '
amendment it would advisable to limit. 1 :
Although[ neither time nor has in dogre'e( is to he imputed seem <" r" Vjfc
opportunity a great ,
further: facilities to the enjr.tyuierit in The general rule to be applied l in gradual
the service of the Chief
Magistrate to a .
been afforded for a full don lopmnent of tile the f failure of several measu"cs equally interesting %
this new field for the enterprise of our citizens the duties articles of
upon foreign growthor
policy which! the present Cabinet of Great to both parties ; but particularly single term, of eitluy four or six years. If,, ting
are, in my opinion, sufficiently desirable should manufacture, is that which will\ place our > ':
Britain designs to pursue/ toward? this country that of the Mexican Government to ratify however, it not he adopted, it is
to eifsure': to them our most zealous attention own in fair compelhion with)those of other ,
consideration whether
of
t the} will be ; worthy a jirbvision
i indulge hope that it of a Treaty riegdcMtcd; and concluded in its own
countries and the i inducements l ,to advance :
just ahd pacific character ; and if this anti- capital[ ; arid under its own eye. Under disqualifying} ; for office the RcpreSc'rJkitivesin ,

cipation be realized, we may I UoU With con- Our trade with \lJSlr,although of sccondiry these circumstances, it appearixl 1 expedientto Congress on whom such an election may even a step beyond .I{hid point, are controling +.

importance has been increa- have devolved would not be in recant to tfiosc a/ticlcs which; are of primary -
fidence to a speedy and acceptable adjustment gradually give Mr.\ Poinsett the option either to return prdjVc
necessity- i in time of w r.V'ICIl'
to our affairs.; sing, and i is now so extended, as deserve the or not, as, in his ju gmr. t, the interest While members of Congress can be constitutionally \ru

Under the Convention regulating the fosteringctue of the Government. A negotiation of his: country might require, and instructionsto : appointed to offices of trust :and: 1 reflect upon} the difficulty, and delicacy of ...
this it is that it should
important
reference to arbitration of the disputed points commenced and nearly completed that end were! prepared ; hut, before thoy profit, it will be the practice, even under the operation, but with! the utmost

of boundary under the!! fifth article of the with that Power, by the late Administration, could bo dispatched, a communication: was most conscientious abhercnce to duty, to select never be attempted } ;

I treaty of Ghent, thick! proceedings have hith- has! been consummated by a treaty of amity, received from the Government of Mexico, them for such stations as they are believed cautiqn'branch; Frequent of legislation( in re its rd.ta

been navigation and commerce, which will be be better to fill than other any industry, affecting value
erto conducted in that spirit of cando!f through its Charge d'Affaheshcre, requesting to qualified }
and bo transferred
laid before the SeNate.Dl1ring by which. ,its capital may .
and but the of Government .t
j liberality which citizens purity our
characterize This
ought ever to : the recall of our Minister. was ; to channels: must always be productive : 4

1 t the acts sovereign States, seeking the recess of Congress, our diplomatic ] promptly: complied with ; and a Representative would donbtless be promoted by their exclusion 6f'hazardous new :; speculation and loss.. :p t',

I to adjust, by the most unexceptionable relations with Portugal have: been! I'C- of a1 rank corresponding with that of from all appointments in the gift of the .

!1 m 'ans; important: and dclicato subjects of sumed. The peculiar state of things' in that i the; Mexican ifiplomafit Agent near this 1 President in whose election they may have In: deliberatingtnerefore, on these interesting

contention. The first statements of the country caused a suspension of the recognition Government was aiPp ointcd. ,Our conduct been officially concerned. The nature ofthejudicial : subjects, local l feelings and prejudices t

j }parties have been exchanged, and )he final I of the Representative who presented j towards that I'epublic has been uniformly bT office, and the necessity of securingin :I!i should be merged in the patriotic determination J .a

replication, on our part, is in a course of pre-,, himself; until an opportunity was had to'' the most friendly character ; and having tho Cabinet and in diplomatic stations!; of I to promote the great interests of,the k pt' ..

\ paration. This subject has received the obtain from our official organ there, information thus removed the only allcdged* obstacle! to the highest rank, tho best talents and political whole. All attempts to connect them with .i-

attention demanded by its great and peculiar regarding the actual, and as f.vas harmonious intercourse, I cannot but h'opo? experience, should perhaps, except these the party conflicts of the,day,,a re necessarily .

importance to a patriotic member of this practicable, prospective condition of the au- that an .,advantageous change will occur in from the exclusion.! injurious; and should) be discountenanced. A

confederacy. The exposition[ of OUr rights, thority-by which the representative in question our affairs. ,, There' Tire perhaps, few men who can, Our action upon them should bo under the

already made, is such,. as, from the high reputation was appointed. This information being In justice" to Mr. Poinsett, it is proper to for any great length of time, enjoy office and control of higher and 1 purer motives.! Legislation #
{
,
of the commissioners .by whom it t received], tho application of the established say, that my immediate compliance with the power, without being more or less under them.1, subjected to such influences, can

has been prepared, we had a right) to expect. i rube of oitr Government, in like application for his recall, and the appoint- influence of feelings unfavorable: to a faithful, never be just, and wilt not long! retain tho! .

Our interest at the court of the sovereignwho cases, was' no longer' withheld. nient of a successor, arc not to be ascribedto discharge of their i public duties. 'f heir integrity sanction: of a People, whose active patriotism!

has evinced his friendly disposition by Considerable advances I liavc been made, I any evidence that the, i imputation' of an may be proof against improper considerations is not bounded by sectional limits, nor insensible f

ftssunvng the delicate task of arbitration, during the }present t year, in the adjustmentof improper interference by bird, in the local immediatel addressed to1'lltem& t& that spirit ct) concession and for-. tihoaranee +

have been committed to a citizen' of the claims of our .citizens upon Denmark for politics of Mexico, was trell founded ; nor solvcs:(oat ((iey' ante. flpr to acquire a,habit of ::_ which, *ave life to our politic.1 h

State: of Maine, whose character; talents, spoliations: but all that we. nave a right to to' a want of confidence in'hi's' talents or integrity ,looking with indifference upon! the,public I compact; ; and siiU ustaiiis it. T is .tnJinc-d!

__)-? wtimate acquaintance with the subject; demand} from that Government, in their behalf ; and to ,add; that the truth of that :iner ;its, and of tolerating ...conduct, fromrt'liich arcrila tioWtorpolitcal: dancv'ia:\ortl '

\ oiuisivntly! qualify; him for so responsible'a'trust.I II Ii Ir I ; has not ycj: been conceded.. From.thc J charge has never been affirmed: hy the Fed an unpractised man wefmM\ revolt. Of-I I the Stutb"t, !r e Est, IatlVes'L shod!!''


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11itrb in dlminisbSug; rthy btirOicu, of \vlticli WJllltl he; CXpCtlitlll .JO p.'..|JOM iO ihfc cnCerprise, & it stioold be the -care, of a Republic f woiJ! alsro st gf-si ft rcyjcw 8f the Pension beyond the M$5S1b31'p1i, or sulajt: to toe Ia*?

cither iu.iy jtlst17CO11I1)arnt! State? an amendment authorizing ILI rejrird not to exert a grinding ytfvr aver this law, for the |purpose cxtemlinglits of thos States* .

T ho' agricultural intcrostJ'oilour county an appeal to tlic-sourcc power, in casr fortune nnd provirty.: S benefits to every Kovolutioiinry soldiur who I Our conduct totruhl* these p oplw b deep.cI

11 50 essentially connected with every other, of TPH! doni, and where its r.xrrrirc is Since llicJast Se' ion ofCdngiPv nnmo ai.lcd in cstablishiDg our liberties, and who I ly intercbang to our national, cbaiactcr.

and so superior in importance to them nil, deemed l t indispensable to the general welfare, tons fratnls on rite Treasury ha* 4ycti d'rsrjbirt ;- is enable to maintain -himself( in ccjmfort. Their present condhioncntrasicj witlt wjiat

that it is .scarcely necessary to invite to :it ', as ;IJ4JIj tle, most s-icred of- all our obligaitions. \ou-il, Uhij.1i I thought it.' shy fl6i>' (6* brn: These relics of tho War of Indeprridanrc they once? wcre.mnkesa most puwcrfuj appeal '

your particular attention. It is Upon tHis country, more .than any under iti' ciiii;;aace ot ie 'Untied S(Hies* have 'strong claims 'upon their country's; to *otir sympathies. Our ancestor fo'urfd

AS manufactures awl v stacrcc tend to ii jollier, In*, in thesprovfckwx1 of 2od, been i ftjrIt t, by a criming; proci.ti4n. 'l>ratitndD nndbotmty* The j law is defective, I them thp uncontrolled possessor* of'these

crease t K5 vaJwc' <*f apr cuiyiial) production8! I ca>t tho fcpc.ri.iJ guardianship cf the fjnhr! was my opinion, nrrVl shIk1fnb'eintwln'wt'tk : in Iot embracing within its provisions all vast regions. Dy persuaaion aid f lrce, the/

nnd to extcrul their application to the watais I principles of adherence to written censtitttItion.x. j cons dted, that tho cases those who were,' durtntlm List war, diswbled -,,. ha\-c-becp made to retire from river to river,

and romforts of society, that they deserve If it fail IMMT, aU hope m regard to can c xvtiihrn.'tlre peftrAitSt of tho crtf of t ie from supporting jltenwelvcs by maiiuali and from mountain to moin] (. inf until oine of

the fostering care of Government. j j it will be extimruislred. That this was in* !7th C'ongFcss, ipprovpA Sd March, 1S28, ;ibsr. Such an an: ndment wenld add hut the tribes have become extinct, ;*n
Looking forward to tbs period, not far j'tended to be a < ovcr.nuutt of limited awl proviilrug for iht-punisbment uf fraMds.qonjniiiiod iktk to tl>c amount of pensions, and is called have left but remnants to preserve, for H

distant, when a sinking fund will no longer jbe j .specific, and not cenerol pn\rm, im st be j I on -tli'& 'G ivmrnent of the United for-by thc.sympathiesof'tbe People, as well while, their onee tefrjhle nnncs. StnTOtmd'ed .'

required, the,, duties on those articles of j; admitted by fTt- and. if IOH; duty to preserve Sir it j Stales. Either (row-sowe defect in lie law as by the.considerations of sound policy. 'It by tire whites, v5fli,their'arts wf cif illation '.

importation which ca nit OXHC la owupetition j thhuricfiT) i: teiMl fNiy it" fraimrs. If experience of tlrcso 1 ia in its Hdmiuirtratkin, very cflort !e perceived, that a large addition to which, by destroying the resources of
potn't outf\\ tipces ljl! 'r an enlargement j
;
with our Sown productions, are the fr4 30x1 >r id us ajpy; i f.r it to those fur wlK} >s4e1,en rfit j the accused to trial under its provisions the list of pensions has been .occasioned by the savact\ doom him to weakness; and decay, a'

that should engage the attention of Congress ilia ti W<*viTiM'd"; mid not under- me tlwnlmlo t tliy I |fTo\cd incfledtua! ; and ttu Governmcm an order of the late administration, departing the fate of tlmM. oflcgafll! lie arratransc1td&

in live modification of the tariff. Of these, MsteIl) 51 resort t-j overstrained construction The | tinvon to the, necessity (4 resorting te the materially from the rules whkh had previously the Delaw.reis, fast overtaking Choctaw
M-heine has worked welL It ht. exceeded tlic ,
tea and coffee arc the most prominent : they of tho V xvlio devised it, and become< nn object of hopes admiration :I vapue and Ia4t'qIItU provisions of the c mmo prevailed. Considering it an act of the Cherokee, and the Creek. That this

enter largely into the consumption of the to the world. We ore responsible! to our law. It io therefore ray duty to call legislation, su-spendcd $M operations as fatesurely awaits hcm, they remain within

country, and have become articles of neces- country, and to the glorious canee of self-government, your Httt-ntiou to the laws which hrve: IJtM3IU soon irI: was informed that it had com tire limits t>f the States, docs not admit of adoubt.

nil A reduction therefore fortlie preservation of fc great a pood. The'great pa>jcd bribe projection of the Treasury.j menced. IWbpc this however
rity to classes. ; period, ap- Humanity and national honor demand
of the duties will be felt as a common inn 5 ofIcgih'tion i relating to our ii.wrw.1tffltir! was j ; indeed, tlrtre be io )provision hy which under the that ,
existing intended lobe left \viei* the IVile.-rA Com ention pikdtians new regulations' had every effort should be made to

honefit : but, like all other legislation IbuB'l it:-in thc Sta?? Xlfrvrrnmcnt., Nothing M :; those who may be unworthily entrusted with been preferred to the number of one hundred avert so great a calamity. It is too late to

connected with commerce, to be efficacious c1e.rrr.ii my view, than that we are chiefly indebted uaixJwnsIiip, can he jr.mislied for the most and fifty fourj of which, on the 27th .. enquire whether it iras just fn the United
and k should be mid for the PMCCCSS ()lire Constitution undjrldclnvw flagman Eolation{ of duty, extending cvcu to
not injurious, gradual tf March, the datc of its revocation, eighty Slates -include them and their territory
are now acting, to the watchful and noxrfiary oprrntiiu ;the most fraudulent apptoprintionol'the
public
certain. of t'ie State authorities.! This i is rot the 'ftVr- seven were admitted. For the amount within the bounds of new; States.whose limits

Tire -public prosperity evinced in the increased tion of* day, hut l.-eloii te tlvo most doopiy rooted i I funds to their qw< use, it is time la remedy there was cith.crestiui; nor appropriation; they could control. That Mel cannot, buretraced.

revenue arising from'the' sales of thepublic" ('OUViCtiflI of iny mind. 1 cannot therefore, too l so dangerous un omission. Or, if the and besides this deficiency, the regular allowances A State cannot be dismembered
plronply or too0arne !ly. for my owiis>envef it* iiri. 1 I law has been perverted frxww ks *frfginalpufposi.'s
lands, and in the steady maintenance acvordincr to the rules which have hy Congress, restricted in the exercise pf ,
all encroachwicriu
portunce warn npiinst I and 'criminals
you
iipsja [ toirt4
of that produced by imports and tonnage, the ffitrnia4e sphere of State sovereignty, tin fcriftcd I under, !its deserving have punished heretofore governed the Drjiartment, exceed her canstrintiyn; power. JJut the people of
been rescued
notwithstanding the additional duties imposed hy its healthful and invigwalelnfluence, the Federal provision?, the edtim-itc-of its hte: Secretary, by these Stair, nr.i oft-wry State actuated by

iiy the act of 19th May, 1828, and the Byotsjn ran net erall.. hy legal jbCrUiirs, it ought tc.. 4>o In.ide so about fifty thousand- dollars ; for which an feeling of; justixx1tl regard far our national
unusual iu ofthatyear. In the collect ion of flic rtrvence, the ]long credits authorized -4 plain, by atnen&tfury prniisioifs: ns to baffle !
importations the/early part is asked. honornhiii
C appropriation :4o the interesting
yU question
,
on goods imported from brvondthe ezqeiffGood tho arts of 'nervi-rsion, and Qccoinilish the
Hope arc the chief cau je of tne huw's '*t present ends of ks ori ofal ] Your particular attention is requested to wheiiirr jumriiiiig cannot be dune, cons'uter.tly -
ennctracnt.
The balance the Treasury on the 1st of MKtaineH. JTthese were hre4 to nix, nine, Inone thaj; ptrt of the report of the Secretary of u-ith} llic lights of llin States, to pre
five millions nine hundred and twtrtre month*, nnd warehouses provided I by (iorernnjent o1.hh most'flagrant & es, the '
January, 1829, was W.ar rhlch relates t* the money hold in serve thii! tniich'injtsred race T
sjllicvMit; receive the oRVred Court decKled liiat the
to goods in prosectuion was
und seventy two thousand four hundred trust fur the Seneca tribe oflndiam. It As a of end
mean ctfectim this I
deposit lor M>rurity and for debenture. and if the np}& : b.irred by the statut wiiich limits suggest,
nnd thirty five dollars and eighty one cents. nf the Tinted States to a riority of payment out ci I for fraud prosecution will be pi-rccivcd th.it, without legislative for your consideration, tc! propriety of s>*-t-
to (tWO'ears. In The receipts of the current year are estimated the estates ofiN in olxent dttrs were more effectually I the c/trse aid, the .Executive cannot obviate the em- ting apart an ample district West of the Mssiviip.i ; -

at twenty four millions six hundred nnd f-eiurrd, thin evil 1 \\oiddin n jrwt .measure be evidences of fraud, nnd indeed all know- harassments x.isioned by the diminution of | and without the lUwts of auy St.ito
obviated. An niithorty to construct such hottvcs. i if, ledye that fraud had been committed, were
two thousand two hundred and thirty doil.ir; *; the dividends or Territory formed
of that fund which
; originally nsw tfl be guarantied
thtcefore. with the proposed alteration of tire credits, in pcsstA&ion of the accnscd, until after
and the expenditures for the same time at recommended to your attention.It the had party amounted to one hundred thousand dollars, two
elapsed. tire
years Surely statute
twenty six millions one hundred and sixty i is worthy (JfIItu.e. that the laws for the collection and has recently been invested in United it ; each tribe having s distinct control

four thousand, five hundred and ninety live und sccui ity oldie re\onueuriiii, from iii.pot Ought not to rwiR\ favdr ol any man, States' three percent stock. over the pertioft designated for its use.
were chu'fly fraiiwd when the rate* of duties on imported while ho retains all tin evidences of his
dollars ; leaving a balance in the Trcis .y The condition and ulterior destiny of the There they may t>o srcvred in UIB enjoyment
goods presented much less temptation f a illicit ciime in his own possession ; and, lanst olahl!!,
on thcfirst January next, ot four millions trade than nt present exists. There iM i reason toi in fa\ot of who Indian tribes within the limits of.some of of governments of their own choice, subject
a jIhJhcoffict'r continues
four hundred aid ten thousand und seven:} 'li'vc*. that there hwo are in ounie respect*, quite defraud the Tic to our States, have become objects of much interest to HO other control from the United States,
dohhrs and eighty one ecuts. I inoullicMcnt for the jirojjrr j-c-juritvofthe re;cwiMyiud >iMiry and conceal the trans than such be
and importance. It has long been as may necessary lo
the protection of the iis'crcstK of those who arc
  • There will have been paid on account of powd on the frontier and tho
    4he between
    loob/ene them. T1i<, injuiiouH and A-wiorafiy.- w Mtd! thvrrforo reconmwml such an atierationof policy Government to introduce among peace snvoral -

    'it public debt, during the pteseiityear, the isig tsMidenry out succe>.
    sum of t'velve millions four hundred ; nd (five' ] -i) o\ i.111.4 nf not to require comment, end ratnot be and the Government as give tliHinjrtred pnrty, gradually reclaiming them fiotn o wan
    thousand and five dollars and eighty cents, j too cMi'fulJv: guarded apiin't I tliei'elbm biig closuie of the fiatid coupled: among
    1 Co!: ri'M the propriety adopting sflw'icnt m<'.!cure or after the accused is
    reducing the whole debt of the G-oxenuuenr, I with another with its them, to raise up. an interesting commouveni -
    jtoyre\ent thiil : ;;\oidinr! Iniwevcr, Vis much an *iut. of( ffice, to rommer.re t Iblr! prosecution.Iflccnnexion wholly incunpatililo:
    ojj the first of January next, to forty eiiiht | |MMh, dcslincd to perpetuate the race, and

    millions five bttndred and >ixty five tltous-ind: !liberty, nnd cn.lurrrirttJitut of fair and JawA!.butz atlcniion of CUlt. Jo and niint'.ti* s-ttlo them, we have at the same lirac lost to attest the humanity and justice of this Government.
    I : $s a geispnl: .
    four hundred and six dollars ;jnd fifty cents! .
    nr their land and
    into the condiiion! the opportunity to purcft-isc ; *
    nf Governineni
    inquiry
    : :i.i fTamsaiai!of tho rerorsls fjf tl.o! Treasury,. This "
    millions of five rent errslp-alifr. should no volnatsn-! for it would
    including! seven jw r thrust! ;
    thorn further into the wilderness.-
    1 l Iits !iJ.9i strut k ith;l Ie lar of'
    s r..r.-ibly w : ;; : amount ; v.-ith a view to r.5ccrjan; what olftces y bo as cruel as unjust to compel t1i*
    Mock, subscribed .to the Il.ink of the Uni'idStales. I 1 :!ii0! 1IIO1*'y whi< h pprars to I lw' outrinndin?. 'OilSe can he dirnsid with, what; expenses re- this means they have not only been kepi ina abandon the gniws( their futljCTB and aborigines-wck a home to

    The payment on account ;$f lie !; :iii t'yii! dae from uidividrals to the ( ncrrri.ri.t. ticnchftl!, Hud Vihat I improvuniciiJs, l he wandering state, hut been ic'd to look upon ir. a.diita'nt'1zpe.i1. But they .sho M be distinctly

    public debt, made on, the first *f July 1 ist, j I n, fin..iJtrnhe portinu is iird ulitedly) dr-jpe- made may us as unjuHt and iii'IifTerent to their fatb.Tims F t'rcnecj, that, if they remain uithiu.fbe liiniu of the ,
    the of its
    I 1.t't iu- In rnflrtv iiiMaic'K, lprfthably: ) )l-o beft roijt''rcl in oiginiy/jtion various part", States, '
    and fifteen tML1.t be IAW'S.
    millions seven hundred j they jni'jject to their In
    was eight rc-
    I ,H by rt nii L *"s in UKn riK <.} t{ od w'A'itfoHecSinn. to secuie ihe'pioprr of though lavish ii its expenditures uon turn for
    r'-ponsibdity public their
    obedience
    HI ifldividojals, ttjt'will!!
    .
    uvd'doll ,
    bundrcfl'and -
    thousand four sixty liv rsrrliou*. ..wlf
    r a gn-at p !rt.t: gent, rind p'omui tiruuoiiry anJ j j-iiticc in tlrj subjoct, Govinin.'rr! Iris constantly (]<- without tIoitht, he protected in the enjrrv-ns'at cAihrst,
    nd cents. It wa Hjiprfrhf! tided w, lnnt l.v rLt rrd ; mid, \vluito\ei 1 1I beth .
    r eighty seven may } Ml ted
    its and the )
    .di! U-i*1cintioiifi.; a own policy ; Indians; in OSeioii whicti they ba'e nproed by tbir ii.dustry. .
    I itjo'iri''j-rcti fly! bi-longMi; to the.' twoclaspjr '
    (
    that the sudden withdrawal of so large r.Miin | p ikt it
    'i.n torix .
    ; j *r.oril rert'iiinjj fsirti.yr aatl further vinarytosujp- that
    I i: b.'h'nc.< t&c: (Jo' rrnmt to J'-crtiin: the real! Tie re1lot of the Scncfnry cf War will i j r : to the in thu
    from the banks in which it wis deposited, ;it ; i 1 1Vre ftata of thinschinis ca ei be allowed on tract -
    < I of the f't. This t b1 t h-ivr retained !
    -:; with
    you nrquaiirtct the crndiiion' of country -oiu hit-It they have neither dwelt
    time of unusual ufc j in this market .id. ?: jntliciop* li.r tte collcctono norma
    money oii nu--eniK
    pies porti'i: "ho'.vcvor of rhftSeuthern tribes Je
    inipnn paients, merely because
    A Foitirli-atlops they ha\e
    ; >nch be ma-lo i\nhibe.! our i my, ; Aisein!*, an Indian st-co
    I It
    the inerrit IIoIt.'veI
    might cuuse: much injury to S tij : A(T.iirs. The h1.ivi14- !mingled Much with the! whiter, andma.lo them fronj the mountain, t r pa.sxod tl em iu t| ech.nn.
    th.l :i vrrr_ n' rit: hns been !oi thrcuch! tho m'V pr"( jici discij: line of'the .
    bank accomniodations. lutjhis Sul-mittin-r to the law of the
    :
    : ; r-i'lhf' irwns jo\idi'd: for t.r ( olcctmnofhie'ly AIIUX the ansi : of )pro { ss
    training; : the
    ipuifiit ceiving, Vik other! citizen
    cVil wns wholly averted by an csuly; :iuticipalion I IsIs t:. : i' Y'dt tI&D tit j life. !h'tve 1 nide- protettion ra their prSOIH -
    IT ( :: : -:1ihiti: itcly attcmprd: to erect; aR
    and!
    .. ; t of it at the Tieasury aided! by tlie irtlicv..nt if>'jal .< litai1oaiI1v
    4illtt'in'ly ;uiz eon-j pendent within the limits of
    f i'ii1I?, awltfw nrrMiw .t'tion of the of j government : ernergel in the mr*) ofo-ur pop'zatinn!
    r.tcaas
    S ':!'plcd in ,th! iru-iiiu |
    of the ofliavs-si ihe"Drink
    judicious arrangements :-td! i in tinnTvi e. It in1, 1 tiriu1 lee : dc t1( a1i1iir.ibie| to tin1! Naval: fmccr AVI|! j teirin and AI.ib.inru; These States, The accompanying; repoit of the Secretary of the

    of the United States. i!,. tlic :iLirvj-'rv p s'vr o\rr uni"l rourlit by ttn.I ten.i'to [.1t31l the peace \\e novr enjoy, and I Ih claiming; to ho the only Sovereigns vithinj Navy useful will make employment you ac jn orthrAbranch irntc-d with ofo'nr the conditir.uand

    This state of the finances exhibits the 10- t'etr.! v'-fli' i 0 i'V v."d ii) mi arfottuthg tlfiu i wlIi| j lieir! tertitorius, e.\or.ded! their laws: over the service
    ( good cii"n--- more c : 1 during the :if. it
    every pjciilly prervnt yc Coestitutitg r.s iloe?;,
    of the nation in ;.ifti.s T'j.iMirv. nut "ol. ted l uithaitw !ii"l il!
    an ; ) cl highly c to leg.t
    sources
    isji Indiansvliich induced! the latter cull the bast
    I those vho havo: frl! thin mitciirr. of eten ; to ;tandin BPturitvof thi! country against fe- .
    kuic'ti'51re. t1 umlicrcd !1' i .vitninrero! aucccjsful
    ;: fin ;;< (
    flittering to its industry, and aiipiciou.s of : ns the Unilfd : tais for ry :i RSSrcs'n.. ,*l tlaitn the especial attention ofGoveratncnt.
    proteclion.
    tipon -
    >> !
    2i
    unla iifi'Jy to the p :lviJalcrrt. w 1r--PJst: f.uk'r.tly desire teperpetu.ac .
    the r.hiliiy of ovcrnmunt in :i very sliortliaio .. UjvJor! these cir :umtance the qv.cstionJ In this spirit the inen. urcs v.hich,
    siucc the tcrmiii.irionori'ie last war, l.rve been m
    1 to extinguish the public !debt.Vhon! It i is ijupoikint rhat tr!; branch ot tin'iub. The rciurtu hoot llic vuAnVmale inches J trsitcd was, v.helhcr the General Government operation: for its sratJ'Siliiilargen'eiit, \vfrc adojrtf ;

    This shall be done, our population will be'relieved lie service !lould: I be stiltjoeipd to tin of this had a right tD sustain those people in and should coatiniroto be cherished as the otfcjniug

    from a considerable portion; of iis prenent vision cf sich ;profcsvinnitl sk'rfi N wrtl giv sf-rvite rxhihit a irguhrity nnd ordertihly tSieir pretensions ? The Constitution de- four nat ona! experience. It will be <>en, |htw.

    burthens ; & will Lin1 lr.ot only new mo- it cflVH-nry. TtJ! expense; attcndain; : ; upon und< icflitnblr s.-jHiers scent(to its imbued cli.iractcr\vitfi: both a officers chars, tint "no new State sliatt be formed or has ever been that,manifested notwithntandiug for the the j'erfectorgantzatzoii great solicitude which of

    lives to patriotic affection, hut additional senso cP.iJinm !
    I ()thiry, nu to tliu lesirHinianf
    means for the display individual enterprise. would be juctififd '.V the som.dost principles state:" without the! consent of its Legislature. which that solicitude has su"jcstcd. tl.M 'object.Jiasin
    tvlth Vhnt
    The fiscal power of the States will also lie of economy. I nould rccom :fi-S: exact (hMipTttie r5 t.'i fulness! If the General! Government is no; mnny iinport.iat repec., not been stcnred.
    winch) hfcomes the piufi-ssion of arm lanf of we have need of'no shins
    increased, and may be more -extensively exerted therefore, that (lie duties U'j\v assigned to the permitted t to toktate the erection of a confederate of than pence ittj tutti morn DnrcfoAimrcc.
    Thete is need, however, of fuilher; legislation war arc rrqni protection cf -
    in favor of education and other public Agent of the Tieasurv, so for r.3 they rclatrso to: obviate; the! inconveniences specified State within the territory of one of Those n:>t \vantoi for thi.4 object, must lay

    objects ; while ample means will remain inihe the st'.jKTiutfncJoncf uiul nitigeineit ofIeg.tl in the under the members of this Union ;a
    Federal Government to promote! the general prncceilitsp, on tlo part of the Uaitctl Frpojt consdera'ion! ; to som *'fit, much" less could: it allow O a foreign and rapidly decay, r and, even under thc best prccaations -
    of whtrli-it is
    pfojier tliut I should call on'r for their preservation, mmt become ,
    F weal, in all""the modes" permitted- to its States, he rattt TI wi to lire\ Attorney General particular attention., ndepcntiunt government to a.tabhih itself Hdch i ii alreA. y the case with KOOII nianv of onr useless. fi"ne -.

    au'hority. nnd tu.tt' tl-is unicer he pinrrdvn .tb.w here. Georgia !became a member of the t vessels, which,thongh unF.nihr', will now require

    After an c.ttiRCtion of the public debt, if ;aai footing, inkll resjects, us the !Heeds of ThelSc'K-rCortgie.' ofth'e 2nd Murttt, onfedcracy which oventuited in our f-derai ifnuen mHTF of. vftot y to be retort ie tk,
    182X i ttUCC.ZUI! fix the the condition in which they were, tvlien committed to
    military esta.blijchmt'Ht.TeHiainH'i'j -
    Js of the the other) Dppnitmem*- Tikexoiirprnsation *- mion soverei-rn State as5crtin
    noi probable that-any adjustment t.irifl" : j I recemttg as a always their proper element.

    ; upon principles! satisfactory to the people and .'-living such subortl'mato olTi-. --coniinaiid of 1wetted of the as it rcparrfstl Artillcty her clrim; to certain limits : which, having O-i this subjrf t, there ran be hut Httlo tK>ebt that

    <:f the Union will, until a remote period, if sets ;pToviiled for his deparimen', as ur.iy be one reginre'ntvof been originally defined in her colonial cbrer our best policy would he. to ditcnniinuo tire IxiiliJinofahipst'f ,

    ever, leave the Government Vithout a considerable re<]iii-itc far And look rather
    Exeartive itHmkrng the to the iou of ample inateriuls
    duties The kili of Attorney proper appoiiitment.An pos.spss prepared
    surplus in- the Trcasuiy beyond profcssioiial lio treatY of she has ever since continued
    pxphmawry wti the cl.isi of peace, for theeimT fnfieof war, than to the number of
    what maybe required for its current set vice.As Central, employed* in directing the esign.iiing to enjoy, except ar they hive: been circumscribed vivxels which \ve can !nat in nsonof peace, a
    of.iceis ifzl f wk1i thxs grade is be ftih-d
    then the period approaches, when the conduct Marshals and listtict AttortrPjFS% to by her own voluntary transfer of a the index of oar nav.il' pa 'fr. Jirdiciou deposits in

    of the revenue to the of vould hasten the collection of debts nov in *-w hut her" From the tnJlHary list, as existing lortion of her territory to the United States, Nuvy: Yards of limber and other materials, fashioned
    application
    payment
    prior to I he act oT 1821 01 from it, as it has under the h:.nd>< skilful workmen, and atted For
    suit and! hereafter
    debt will cease, the disposition of the'surplus save much to the (Jovrrr.nu'iit. been fixed liy that not-would remove ihiiditlicitity. in the articles of cession of 1802. Alabama: prompt application to their Various.purposes, would

    will present a subject for t'lc serious deliberation It miglrt he fnrthor f-xtenJed to was admitted! i jam the Union on the sime viable! uat all times, to con.-truct vessels a Hist TW

    of Congress $ and it may he for.lunatt I the em'.iindente of n'l ciiminal prorecdHi It is also important' that the laws ootiflg with the original Stntes wih; boundaries thc-evcatt be*manned, and-S&YO the heavyrxpenseof
    x for cfiwirrs ajiaitist thin United States.tt regulating; the pay and emolument : ofofticersgviit'rtlly repair*,except to such v? sel a* must lie employ
    the that it is decided. ; which
    ? for country yet to : were prescribed by Congress. The
    should! in forth
    bc'ir.orc specific than they guarding fJinmcK-ft. prorajr point?
    iitHiviii, tr.insJVr should
    Uns hetti1
    -in-conncxi'u wiih the : gicat care There constiiutiona conventional
    Considered or .
    is lit) iblishiueutpftlic.' c yards arciisnicited withfontucU
    Those
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    now ar .- for example, in relation
    tlifliculties which have heretofore aLt e ucl! .rnt lioxrewr, that; the fwcr necessary to legal prMv'tMon, whi-h allows them less power f rce, in the rcp.i ct'tlu! Nav/-U vtrd. thnt. in
    the and
    iippropriations for purposes jof internal improvement ihc 'I're4at1I,3' Ucparlnieiit; be uoi imjKtiicxJ y to 'iiymister Surgeon General, avsien over the lands within their borders, than is recommending it toyonraltention, I deem it tiiihe-
    to tlrew an "nmialsr..liry of two thousand do than hearty
    of is tcitcst 5ucs cry te more express mv com urrencc -
    one *ecu cousir-tiiig in
    'gi nronnol *""* *
    which this New York. Would
    and with those possessed l by' Maine or
    cxpci dl ( fiv& hundred. dollars ; 'bitt are silent as until
    ience tells us xill certainly arise, whonexer I o\ir ; HCCOUIIIS, thrv arc au- : whiclri-in certain exigencies of the the People of Maine permit Penobscot already furnlslied with most of the machinery uoteswary -
    be exercised ihiteil 3I I1'flI ted for suit. tribe Government for ship baild: : xvlll be Itx the
    over such subjects' may to erect an Independent Kf ctmpeent
    power servici' b'e'doemed
    lit vuV-trt-iirtii Wftth the' foregoing vie's., 1vonid may indtsppnsihln to thedis'chru'jf'of did Buppty of the two sclflrtcd! by the Board as tiee! ,be t
    iiy the General Government, it1 is hoped their within the-tf Sftel and unless they ,
    duties. Tliis
    also circumstance for the concentration of materials ; and from th facility -
    :fnt it may lead to the adoption of some pian \ suggest of ilie, of an iiicjuiry, xvhother the has iie'cir u authority to them various ol- would it not he the duty of the General Government and certainty of cominnniration between them,

    which will reconcile the diversinVd intrrcstsof proxi&ions act Congress, authotizing: at difft-ient times tuuler former to support them in resisting such atfcojbttrc itrill be n-iole to incur, at the dt-poJs, tc! txpexise -
    ,
    the States, and. r-ircnglhen the knnths the disrl-Jirpc of the rcrsouxjfo'eluorstu the -. baT uniform rwle! has; ; \Vould the people of New York ,rtimtlar machjoery, pocNOJj that c*.d :j *
    Government, fioni iwprfeoimu'.ni, ina} opt, Nations preparing uihnetaIIic-aaJ! ; ;woo of the Six
    which unite them. Every member of tit with llm ob ihn sniijevti Similar inconveuhircvs permit each remnant Vessels. .
    iulvtiest
    cirti'iitenlly
    Ie
    pti'hhic -
    Union in and in"war will. be benefited : cx- within her'borders to declare itself an ifidcpcndunt ett disjven
    bo. cted
    peace t-xist in other cases ; "in which lire Anther improvement wonld by -
    ld to lire rt4 oljiio deht ulr'e
    tci:< njy ijierMtcftrct
    by the improvement of inland na>igatk' ? ct5iistricti c-tput opon'dic l laws hy the public people, under the protection of the : ins altourthcr with the Wavy BoahV A,-HOW
    the debtor
    ol holly exempt Horn ; establish connfttuted and . und the construction highways in the several accoiffifiints United Stujes 1 Could: the Indians ;
    the inipnti-ji/Mi offraud, Somurxioit,. ibvnil bay opeKitH tinei, .Hy, produce >Harto tho e Ulreailv'-- oxi lia in the-War Department. -
    States. Let iw then endeavor to attain policy than hat which now prevails, in reibrrrnr tunftwhln, and expose officers to ttlft dium a separate republic on each of thctr reservations Knch tjj.3jober of tho Board trar.sjferred to

    this! benefit in a modc'which will be satisfactory ; efeimiag ilYa1i nolhhelf. dinf. in.:. Ohio T And if they were so dis- i-he head ofn aap rote Luau'charedh.spqei
    this unfortunate class of citizens is
    to all. That hitherto adopted hws, by ? lo : f fccbrTi'rfJL'rid poscd.viutd it be the duty of this Government -'' .afztei,Wtiittl Q.l,hi its higl *t 4egrs thwlole
    rtaiidy due to them and would bonen : fostrnnff care uso
    ttf.yottr enio&bdivided
    prove tonto roaponaihijity vbirli without -.
    of our fellow citizens been .dc'ptet-! ; : to protect them iri the attempt t :If.the ,
    many [ iitjtu thr country, Th continuHticeqfthetiiilliiiiy otto", U isar\st; memts trf national Inee, a'faf inoro than propwtiouato diminutiuc afitsforce..,
    Ted as an infraction of -the Const! it>erTice woaU t nm-eiiU mores*. -

    TV bile by others it has been viewed as> inexpedient. -'*MVj'\iiniKUctcan! only servo to di&pirjt the alrcmly eVercisod thd happiest ihfloonCe rtp- these questions he abandoned, it will follow' when BoparHhjly apnroprtated to dntmct portions of
    AH feel iiaift has ,bcon omplu\v: } the that.tho objects of this Government are royorssdj tie! general interests of tha JiaTT.to Jir'ospertfy of
    vh jjois ortttiure htsreso pariiid !
    which each would,J/j,imnnllod tu' doyote hjmjicltlijf"
    of
    the Le1zii' and that it ha become a .
    of id the part
    r t expense harmprjy : the want 'oTpoXyer in the Government :onr tinny"; nnd such 1 of the graduate ; t1itroigettnotlves. jJntter eh '

    Councils. .. ... to couipronir and tclcaso the dentait')', i ixtT it-T from various causes, may nOt pm-sue the' its duty to aid in destroying the States which t bra chcf this mprtz.nt service would suuum,tory .

    it \v.is estaliHsl to protect.'Actuated H mora :anpte 00( -. pr cnic hjttioter;. its CC1JCP
    To avoid these c\flst hiihc.t m ati-s in fraird, as the only rewoiuce flr proft'stsion Jlrnis t/ill-be scarcely less i se'ttil ( v.-wlJ Wiaorea d;au4 acfnjndou.1 teondroy ia tta

    the most afe, Just nnd federal Up- rising si.jp05! ; lo hi* family. Ho thus SIII1 as cilr/cns. Tir knowledge of the by this view ttf. the subject, I (;xfrTh4.teirS otptbflonioney proua. liis .

    lion winch could ba mrule.of the wt ilitoa s1n
    venue, would le its app rtioniiK>nt iuii>nn: i d
    the several States according to thoir rztiio of if not a feeling ivi'.ircss of the rigor and iniiuntaiuiy to that class of troops the. *t'tfvai1'.ags establish an indo, en-lent oversimont! would 1ittl Q| curing occdins: the iiiarfy in'r.ambcr i! fiK-t*'nny in"iU qT J>r1i7MtiOn'iho icginientaof. but

    nnd should ihia his All eZPIiCCC? which, in this teton tosndhi t bo'countenanced hy the Executive the
    representation : rtcnsuro iot; ul l country. xesjwctnnuiesr flhi I infantry, that corps has bcsidwB Itj Lieut. ColonelI

    1al fonnd twrtrte4 by t'Crttitntion, thit l1ttc5, "lliat oppiLssivc; tlcbt is (Itcbaneoi tflif14 Stati-'s und advi<:?'l icm t crnire.tI : ; I; ,.' :c




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    1J ei L t n'l of 6 lr brev 'a 1\tith ?! Mrat"lt wt.-ttn-et
    ."" T.1I) py ppcio:, tnt, .r- INDIANA. I
    ,f.fr ,iI"' rc.w-r :I'; pc1tt..1nie evice. DO oirs g tft.n'; IM my lor to commit t iatucharffibe _. I iLOUIStANA.i would_Olar own ; qf mitlag ourselves within ,
    1& %- J : weli be IJIwe \hJ! ") winch.ve.-devolved on nc, will fii d. William Ilendrkks,.James Nobfc. Henry IL I.
    , I : '' li; F vC' CtIt1 ..s from ? '! rt- i Gurley, W. H. Overton ,Ed- tho, pate "of our conatit i } nal powers; and '
    a. Iv. '::1. .p' 4 ..2 .. aue4in the luu.Htl.Dd. WM&OI of yiwr'couwchv ltrIISSSSIPrl. T .. ,Tfc> ?
    tC bg J1'l .iJ1l White. .
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    : ; :',.f.l.1'rv. or. .. "... "' . -: : Andr Jackson. Powliatan E114s1 Vacant. '. r gu1atngctw! ;: m aI3r3 |>y thi' Mtt prin-
    Ii1 ? .T I '
    . ;_ : ALABAMA.
    W'111 o c3p1siihed ift that sacred charter aid
    r : :,an1 snh other! as zeal- [ 1 ILL1 OlS& I .
    itpr'"tII .
    "Wth tht .
    Clement C. '
    - e .dl"hfl.d ,' an'l npturc CUILdeTt3fl: : may 'jg. Clay, Dixon II. LcwisR. djcrbhing ia oar bear the HiitlBeat, that. .
    John K. ;
    McLean Elias Kane. ..
    . C.it* 'iherecau belittle daoht ihit under an eneryej .'," D. .JIOt,. if the'Union of tbe States cannot be too highly .1

    .- ,' : &listr.1tlort" a.u .tlie Navy !mny *wu be A4\JL\MA. ". ., -, : ILL.NO) osepJiDun A. valued, or watchfully cherished. ,_ 1
    th'cfi:"ar* the.nal"un *'' liei; !it to be. .It. l'E'i5.COL.S.TUROAY, JAN. 2ml, 1839. 1Villia11l R. King, JMnIiz1 "
    $ "
    .
    r.4c tt' ; ;,. ..,MlSSpURInencer Penis.PPI Ttresrare some of the great lapd marks
    cf ia the West -
    ia the *upruJfl piracy -- i =::r 'l HS$.OUR ', : .
    rodideAry : 't.JS.1S J Thoiuas Hinds.DELEIiATES whfch
    tls ; r suggest themselycs to m1 mind, as '
    zud w wucrcvt sc1tiadromms'Iiav U.S. Hornet.We .
    seas, Ship David Burton T/tananJI. .p .
    .. Jadil &. : / .' : .. proper to guide os"in biitte'gislatlv Tardcr* 1*
    the hirrifc ol
    emplJ'd 1cmiJg: ,have heard nothing of this fine Ship acSei "' .
    jlt.Cfl i ? l\UC I-GAN Jolm.Uiddte. : .By these means, Gentlenwrt; we. sfisH'-rKJt '.
    will ; ; from Ilip report of >tetuber t.atV fear that 'tho of HOUSE OF" REPRESENTAtfivSS.MONDAY '
    we country Mpprar c great ? report : ARKANSAS.-.Ambrose H. Sevier. only render ourselves infbrthy' the' 11 :
    foigh-
    to which I rr/cr iou' fur her lest will .m
    tile Secretary being prove too trae.We December 7i Ut29. FLORIDA.
    ihrw! t tSwpcik Joseph \I. White. treat confided to us, bat wfc shall toVar to
    . .cher interestin details. Among At 12 o'clock the Clerk ,cullover '
    . proceeded tw i I Tberc being 194" embers tIme 1 the oftHeirconstitution .
    our people principles
    . v.Gld tho! attfMiiVoD of Cougrcs pnhligh tMs week the Prc-sid nt's Me to present i
    age the names of the Members -of whidf Clerk .
    announced ,
    that and free
    institutions and
    . for the vifivs presented jn relation to the in- the'lf s{!lt Congrt?'s-:its length excludes much int t the following i is.a list. The names Marked a quorum was present promote a senti
    that the first stop was.lo proceed to the ment of union and action auspicious ibo
    .. (qttalilV: between the army and navy as: to rcritin matter. Our linit prevent u* from taking I fit Italics arc those of the ib1nberssvho thd election oCSpeaker and that and .
    the Officers of safety, glory, happiacss of our beloved
    PV of ut1etc. No such} inequality much notice alit at Ihi time its reel -
    importance
    thc! a* as J not answer : the House would wait Members and .
    t on for their common
    should prevail befvpcn these! brave 4eftftJr quire.: ; We will only say that it i is an able State Pa- MAINE. ballots. The ballots been _:country .

    of their:: country! ; and where it does tu-r, and{ will not suffer by a mparidto:1 with the J lln' i.iiaucl" Bulman, George the Clork having deposited, We kxve; sever*! commaaicathmr;; om baud, which .
    requested Mr. RIPLEY of Maine S.
    riist, it is submitted to Congress: wither. it.. )MfHsaiics of our other Presidents.- It cannot fail to t Evuus, Kuftis AiclntMI-,'James) W. Riplev, Mr. COMDICT, of New Jersey,, and Mr., bill,make their peirrance as'ipeediiyn6 ble.iAVK4piii t
    oK&lit not to l he rectified. rb.iet Gen. Jackson in the estimation of the people of Joseph Wingate : "
    one '
    vacancy, POLK of Tcllcis. '
    The! of the Postmaster: General is I, Tennessee to act as ,
    report 1 1rrfern United St tc* NEW AMI-SHIRE.. ,
    exhibit) aii ficiory, UKDrtiti Unows has been elected Senator from The ballets having been counted, the 1 tt.T
    to as in.. a highly s: John Broadlieati i'liomas Chandler Jo- .t
    I Tellers declared
    : of tint Abuses North Carolina to supply the occasioned the- following to be the result -
    jfnini? !raton Department vacancy by sepli HJIIIUIOUS 1 Jonathan: Harvey, Henry
    lano been r((,I11wtl : increase J l cxpediiiou in I the appointment of'GOT. BIIAXCII, as Secretary of Hub ard, Juhllf.. Weeks.MASSACHUSETTS.. The: I _TOUT OF PEJS'SACOLA.

    iJe transjicrMtion uf the inYi H! sccumd ; and th'j Navy.'flie whole number of Members voting, .
    much In a political Honorable Washington, one of the 191-necessary to n clurice, 1)6. ARRIVED.
    i i'.s: rc\'ci1\a improved. John Bailey l&aac C. Bates B. Y.CrowuinslaiclU
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    For ANDREW STEVENSON Scatter Dec. 19.-Schr. Surprize, O'flaherty
    of view' this Depnrttiu'nt is cliieflv important i Judges of the Supreme Court of the United States, 132- ,
    t j roin' as .:$.rdmg the nteam uf diffusingKaowlcd I dirJ, nt Philadelphia on the 26th November List, and John Davis, Henry 'WI: ing, 39. New Orleans, assorted cargo to Campbell & '.

    !,c. It i ii; !to the body polilic, what 3lr .Wa hin ton died on the Saturday following. I Dwight; Edward Everett, Uenj.unin Gof- So that ANDREW STEVENSON was Foster, J. Pescay and the master.JOth. .

    Irnn'ens-- arteries are to the uural: ,'contevingrapid'y Judge Washington was appointed to the station he' ham, George Grunneil,jr. James L. Hodges: declared to be duly: elected Speaker of the, :! .-Scbr.! Lucy. & Ann; Sharp. ,..8/0- ,;

    ; nr.d regwrlarly, to'thc remotest heltl.h..Pr idcllt Adams in 17Sd, and has e\'enince I Joseph G. Kendall, John Reed,. Joseph. House.Mr. 4- bile. 1.

    parts: of the sy !f"u. correct information of I vrp'l his country faithfully and honorably-hi*low .Richardson. John Varntun. STEVENSON [being conducted to 21st.-Schr. WtislJngton, Swaim New .

    the! operations of Governnirnt lt, and bringing : will be deeply felt on the bench of tlie Supreme Court. RHODE ISLAND. the Chair by Mr. NEWTON, addressedtbe Orleans, boun-; :to J/.; nolia.isclir. .

    : bad\; :o it tIte I wishes and feelings of theFcoj.Sc. Many iiKlmd'jxj: arc &poKcu! of ?a succeed him_ Tristam Burgcs, Dutec J. Pearce.' 1 House in the following terms : .. I. 1.. l'.l tot, jtfoMIc, ballast. % .

    Throagh its n!cnCy, we have secured I itraong th'in, Henry Ilaldvvin, Langdon Chcvpp and CONNECTICUT.Noyes ,: (;EXTLr.IBN1, receive this renewed danl, 'J2nd.--Brii! J/oscuw, Singer, Thomas

    to ourselves the full enjoyment cf tha 'CLieIut3tice? llbson of ).cnmw1\ a. Barber, William W. Ellsworth, distinguished proof of-.tlio continued confidence IOwa, J/P, 2(; day', cargo lime, granite,
    ._ ___ __ Jabcj \v. liuntington J. ;
    of free c r lialph liigersolj: and with pars and roar ble, to the master.
    Musings t
    a press. pprationo1.i11reomnry,
    In tin general survey of our afT-iirs', a subject ProceCI g of Congress.. : William. L. Storrs, Ebenczer Young: feelings of deep sensibility 'and unaffected 23rd.-Schr. Mariana, Scllow, Havana. '

    t of hiph i importance, l pr len's ittc-lfin tinprcstnt ,- I Twenty-first VER1OVI'William gratitude ; and since it is your pleasure that cargo fruit to Austin & 'Finlay.Schr. .

    . (rgam: ..ltlOn (,f time JudVinty. ,Au Congress.. Cahoon, Horace r Everett, Jonathan 1 should again preside 'over your deliberations Neptune, Stodder, St. Marks. .
    .
    t l* SESSION. .Hunt, Rullin C. Mallary, Benjamin Frcdiick GjllctM iddletown,Con.
    uniform opt-ratipa of tlie Federal!. GO'l.'I'rnment)11 I accept the trust with,an earnest hope Sloop ,
    the d'flcirnt t.ltl's.is cerlsiinly d Itt- ( MOXUAY, December' 7,, 1S29.SENATE. Swift. ? j that the choice of the House may not prove I !2Clb.--Schr. Maria, Baker,New'Orleans, .

    do Uui'-n NEW YORK. I assorted to J. M. Tio, W. fiarkley -
    I airalilr; juiu r.xistinjj as they in tho h'junous. to its interests, detrimental to its cargo
    on the basis of rirrfoct rqnI.litp.8rh'I State! I The PnKSiDCxT j)ro tenure of the Senate William G: Angel, Benedict Arnold! honor. : Campbell & Foster, !. O'Noil and Major .

    ha? a ri r ln to l.xP.ct.thdt the bi-ncfits, ( OflI'I I \'. SMITH, of Mil took the chair at Thomas Beckman' Abraham Bockeo, PeterJ. Of the importance and responsibility of Wright.

    Irrroil on the citizens others should beexicnilid li o'clock, and was informed hy the. Secretary Borst. C. C. Cambreleng, Timothy this high office, it is unnecessary to speak. Sclir. Elizabeth, Forsyth, New Orleans,

    IK her!;. The jndkrrii: system! of the th.Vl) a'quorum was present. Childs, Henry B. Cowles, Hecto Craig, rt has justly been regarded, both.in relation assoi lead cargo to. Kopman & Hyer, J. Pes

    Uir.ted Steles exists i in all its eflkiency in only Mr. White presented die credentials! of j: Jcub:: C.ocheron! Charlfs; G. De Wit", l h) its elevation and the nature: and extent of cay, S. Gates, J: Strong, J. Forsyth & raasicr. -

    fifieen members of the Uion;: ; w th" io'.licrs FILIX Gfll'XOef Tl'nn'ssee'irc, J. 11. !JJ.jlin I 1). Dickcnson, Jonas Earll, .jr. Genrcu: is duties, as one of the! most delicate and responsible ( .

    the Circuit Co'in<,' ,vj5h} i cot.Uutfan : I ':.\' ,,., roNitjneil, which hnvinij; been ro-ul, ro.llCIsaac; Fin h, Jehii 1 IIJ. ll.ilsey, Jasi.'pli trusts: under tin Government! )du- Sun, Rougcau, New "Orleans, assorted --4 a ft

    illlptli taut part of h.it: system, lltf l been I. Mr. Jrundy! was tmnlificd! and took hi scat.; : Hnvkir i!!)>, MJciiel: : 1 T ;.ffni.ui; Pe! kins' Indeed, the great iirease: ,legislative bu- cari'o to master.U. .

    imperfectly; extended ; and to the reclaming J Gl'orge1.:: i. Troup, el<*ctod it Senator: : n. King, J.meV.: Lent, Jiin: M ::C'P, Jlenrj : ines both of a public and private nature, S. Revenue Cutter Pukski Swiler,

    sit, altogrther dented. The cflect has been ( '.;ngrcss from the State of Gcorcia, \ il C I JC.( : Ma-induU-: Thomas. Ma,xwvll, Robot, (occupying, as i il lhc'\, so IHIL.; a portion of St. M.-uks.; .

    TO withhold fi ont '.ht inh.ibiiants otlhe laWcr, Cons, resigned ; ro" 10 tate tbat !b: hid: j Moneil, Et-i'iv/or! F. Norton, ( Jer.xhom the year,) the ;sumbrr of thiiljuse: and the S ch!. William, Howiand, 'Tortu ,cargo, : "

    1he vnmag's afforded (hy the Supremo inadvertently; omitted to bring his: cred-jmiaU Poweis, Robert S Rose, Ambrose Spencer. I habit of animated, protracted, and frequent oil for Light House.. .

    ('ci1rT,) to their fellow chincns in other The Pieiident! j pro. tem. obscivcd, ilniUni I Henry R. Storrs, JW7 Strong, Phine.is L. debate! have: of late tended very much to I 31st. -Pilot Boat Tcazer, Johnson, Mo.

    Statos, in the whole extent of, the criminal; I : production of the credentials\ was. riot I Tracy, John W. Taylor, Guliau C. Ver- render the duties of tl I;; Chair peculiarly: ar- I hilt .

    ond much of ihe civil authority of the Feder- absolutely necessary ; nnd statod: r. similar: plahcl:, Campbell P. White.MiWJER.SEY.. duotia to the individual who fills itand of incn.'cd I Pilot Boat II. V. Chamberlain. Bruce, 4

    iiljudiciary.! That this state of things ought case which had previously occurreJ. Mi.Tuoirp \ !; ) inijiorlaiiCtt to the public. Mobile P oiRt. .

    10 be remedied, if it can be J lone consist cut- was then qualified{ and look! !his sL.t.1 L'.S .ni hm1; !l. Cooper, Lewis Conriir*, SAILED. o '
    How1 far it will : in : to meet "
    my power
    ]IN \vitk the public welfaro nut to bo do'ilitd 1 l On motion of Mr. While'it was If I: Thomas- I H.I Hughos,. Isaac Plcrsnn:. Juiu- j i tju! c.tprrlatlons. : of the! nOl: 0 by'an able December 21-U. S. Transport, sch'rT .
    t; I ; neither is it to be disguised thnt tire or-. Ordered-That: tho Secetary iforni;; tliy-: : 4..1..1.p : land Florida) Baker, Tnwipa .Bay -
    f enlightened't li:1iire: } : of the duties of .
    yauization of our jiulickil system is at vnce.aiiflficult I House of Rips t'l1t'ui\'s, that a quorum ofj j 'i'E'NNsX-LVAXIA. I Jt\rht It. N 110r"'r tht tu fl7. 22-3chr :.Wasihmgtpn.SwaimMaEnofiav.- ". pi

    ( and clicute' ( task, To extend ihc 'the Senate !is assembled, and ready lo .TriMies Kirhan-t; Ti.,,,.i-u I 1. Ci. \.n.-Vi1,' DhJrueful.ms uf :dv.m.:.o\vn abilities! 'I can' }promise.bnt !; Scir : Brunswick,Sylvester, "New Iberia. :

    Circuit (Courts .equally "throughout' the dif-- li4Jd to busfucas. 'P-j .Itv-tiirt1! Coulter, Joshua Evans, .J;aIH.; < little ci;e'timaim -/eal and fidelity : I as iorVed cargo by J. Pars ns .
    nf the Union aiui at the On motion of 1Ir.'I\ Iiu F rd ('hnmnrf'v! Forward l I Moscow "Mobile.'
    Sorctit parts same ;t wa < Joseph Fry, jr. shall shrink from th prloi mince of no duty, 123--Brig Singer, ji
    time, to avoid such a lu'nltiplication of members OrdtrtdThat lien the Senate proceedto : I Inifj.s Gieen, John Glamore, Joseph lienlilull ;- !I however: painful ; shun no responsibility, 26-.--Schr : Surprise,' O'Fla'heTty, St. .

    us would encumber: tile Supremo .\. ppellate the nomination ofihesiamlmgCiMiimiiiciN.the i -, Pf"or I!!irk jr.! Thonns Irwin, Ad Imnm: however .severe time; and talents shall Marks, assorted cargo by .J. 5erfiion, T.; ;

    Tribunal, is the object dcsjicd., Perhaps Chairman of the ConuuitU'e' or. Finance I, King, George J. Lei per, Win.: McCrcun :: be devoted, to your.; lily service; ,'and, in Enston. and master.

    i it might be accomplished! by dividing shall be) nominated by the Comnuuec: and I,: 1\lent Mar, Daniel J JL Miller, Henry A.Muhleiibuig He the manly anti steady: course-winch; pursu-duty 26-Schr} : Maria, Baker, New Orlcan?, .1

    tho) Circuit Judges into two clatsiSnnd! pr< uot According to the rule- of the las Session.. Williain Ramsey' ian! .Srutt, directs; I shall, at least, he chifcrrcd and sus-; 50 bales cotton by J. C. & C. C. Keyser. ,

    \uling that the Supienio C ourt..houtd. be A message was received from tIn; IIoiisn ojf Thomas II Sill, Samuel .\. Smith, John U. fiini-d br a consciousness,of, the I SC-Schr: Willijrm, ,}Holland Ualize, J''f,

    I.eld by those class' iilcruatt"lJ-thc: ) ChiLl Representatives, iufunuing the Senate; that; a SteJ'i:'.rlo, Philander Slc/tkeus, Joel I. i nod) a c/Jjftfidencc. in the principles,purposes winch I with,; oil for Light n use. .
    Justice always jjfCsidir.K.If ; had a"scmblt-auIJ! that i the I Hun. Sutherland 'Elizabeth For- 'f
    quori'in 1 one vacancy. shall bring with me' into this arduous service. January 1, 1830Schr. :1 '
    extension of the Circuit Court.5>sJctn ANDKENV'STEVEXSON, of th! -Slat;- DELAWARE. On gentlemen I shall and sylh, New Orleans, Cargo 30_bales cotton .:;
    to those States which& do not now, enjoy of Virginia had been re-elected Speaker of Johns your part, expect J. Jcrrison
    I Kensey j jr.MARYLAND. need kind "ajid cordial co-ojieratiori and by jr. 22 ditto "Campbell &, j jI I-
    your .
    its benefits should be determined it tho House. II. ;
    upon ; that; 'gcnerrl confidence without which all Foster 20O'hides by flyer 73 ditto by
    would of course, be necessary to levisu the A message was received from the Hn'.jr.e Elias Brown, Clement Dorsey, Benjamin tbe efforts of authority wauld be the master. I.1
    nugatory ;
    i
    present arrangement of tho circuits, and : of Representatives, communicating; a resolution .. C. Howard, Georro E. Mitchell, I Itciicict, and I entreat to afford me that aid and ?I lo()P Frcdenck, Gillct, Mol/Se.
    '' yon
    even if that system should not b* enlarged : that a Cottuuiitec; he appointed! the I'j i. Scmme.N, Richard: Spencer, 31ichael C. in the established rules ..1
    'support maintaining
    such: a revision is recommended: of tire Senate lo Committee j ,
    part join a appoiuted SMHITP. George: Washington Ejiiiiaim II Private
    ,
    ., : u. .orders of ,the House, so necessary to the Hoarding.'WO .
    A provision for taking she census of the by tUe House of Representatives, .lu King \\ b011.
    I cJwacter and dignity of its deliberations '
    People of thc United States; will, to cn<'nret wait on the President of the Unit"d States, VIRGINIA. I II or THREE Gentlemen can"beaccommod.ited U
    land the of the business of the
    the completion of that work within a convenient and inform him that a qwm> of tho tv\o Mark Alr.xciHhr, Rohct: AlIenViiliar, ; I I iuilion. despatch I I _IL with J

    time, claim the early attemiou of CQu-1 louses[ is assembled, and ready to recMV.efiottt S. Archer, --\Viiliam: Armstrong, Jnhn S. i : p !
    In to consider the condi-
    j J' a : c'nh1ing again BOARD .
    t s.TIle. him communication lie be
    bre any may. Harbour, Plnlip; ; P. Varlcur, 'flmmnmrr..'
    .- liOn- (.jf our Iu'l6vc l country, I seize the occasion ,
    if.crp.i.ecoflH5ln' inihc D ,
    prcatanJ cocM.iot '[ Nailuniel: 11. .t1.Iib'11'lc Richard in Private
    of( Stalt, forced iiiw-lt I offer cordial French Faniily. .
    i iriinrct at an early |pCli'JlI i, \rtn\ I to you my congratula- ; -
    On motion of Mr. Wiiito i it '
    the attention u( the E ecuth'e. Tliirtcon jrarazo, it was Coke, jr. Robert Craig Thomas: Davenport -I tions.npon its pro \vasin Mr. lulilllul'ldut1 I asp t<'. Con rc"*, tn.wieic Ordered That tho Senate concur in theforrgoing William
    !: puLject of an earnest rcrcjiuinfinLiiion;un. which' li.isrcpcattxl I resolution. -Philip Doddridgt, F. (Jr- t'1t? !i H!! -more exalted destinies; that await it. Dc&26th, J-4J-lJ.
    ''Wil by Ixrflt ol )'III t>ucccrw U* our rel-Kums with foreign are -r '
    ,iqr.itIe1yhuuiPa cXllerrr-oce has salisfidi 1 menr otiisjtist-i On motion of Mr. White, I it was : j Charles F. filcfccr Thomas'iS'ewton John powers I
    Notice
    $s. It In* .arisen from many fan.-=r*, n,,l t HIP h-i: ; of !I Ordered-That the Senate now adjourn, distinguished by .lliances and good will,
    uliicli is the large .iiilinn which;: )lina bc.-n .nitc: to die Roititc, Alexander Smyth, Andrew StevenbonJohn which serve but to render our friendship .
    flmily iis'lcpendcut} nation, au-! the proportionate and meet lo-morrow at 11 o'clock. ., Talliafcrro, James' TrczranL "*! SIX weeks after-data, I shall apply for .
    lension ofuurlbrci. rvlalions. The rt&nejk j,,rotI! In the following l list of the Members! ; of NORTH CAROLINA. '". .1 mor ,'altiable to eachvand more courted by Uers of AdrauiistaPon, on the estate .
    ".I the! crtabKahmciit of a H'-.luc DcpHrtinciU mriMirovlnrh all Or; situation at Irnmc, under the influence -
    i (ho Senate, the names; of those pir.ied in ;, of Milley Porter, dcce a.-J. .
    Willis
    doos not apprar to hive inrt t'u: \wws of Conf Alston, Daniel L. Barringer, S'.JirnUftl : cf virtuous and patriotic councils is
    ,
    ei f, m : ce.9tfits! autsposr-d loudenry to increase italics were absent i llt. Carson, Henry W. Connor EdmufrdfDeberry James Daniel, '
    \ aWIrrt'pliliJ;( tie! peaceful united, and happy. How long
    il..dua:1111. ] | cactI too zIrnig I Iii; MAINE.Peleg Webbrilteackson .
    r.4iifIie cdr-a1 PvNern toward: the rXPI'l'i .(allhorilY Edicard'Oudlcy, Thomas 11. Hall, these blessings t are to be enjoyed by us, and Count Vvc.10th, t.f -
    John Holmes.NEW
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    not dclepalet! tu it. I am not. t horcJorp, disx| 'sod t<> rc- Spracno, Robert} Potter: Win. B. Shepard Augl II. .
    ,
    ,j the recommendation ; secured to our children, must depend) upon
    but 1f'.N HAMPSHIRE.Samncl
    ue ; am not the irnIJ ":- i 2O REWARD.t.
    I .-tl with ihi importance of mi O inizing Ihat V.'p'rl': Bell, Levi Woodbury.MASSACHUSETTS.. Shepherd, Jesse Speight, Lewis AVilhams! the virtue and intelligence of the J people, the i
    mrnl that it* .Secretary dv,'te vrarcofhii tniif one var nc\\
    nny la.M
    4,<. <.i.i iii relations Clriiriy catlrfiefl lliat the jntlHicR' : preservation of our Union, nnd the ,virtuous, RUIfA\'7Aa month ajaco! ',
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    'I">.1 would IK pI'ollJol.-t1' I., innne II'Iraeo;, : pravii-ion en Nathaniel Silsbee, LJQ1 Webster. SOUTH CAROLINA. | liberal and cnlighte: e 1 r.dir.Inistration: .f our .
    tit! I il\jert, 1 rcspectl'iilly in*iic your:tlirnrion In it. : CONNECTICUT.Calvin RolnrtV.. Baruwell\ James Blair, John'' frec institutions. I A NEGRO \ & l N, NA3IED. *I
    The charter QI tlie Bank!, of the Ignited Sitatrfxpirrt 4
    iu 1835, anJ its ??(ftcJbokJcr! will inv.-t \\Villev! Samuel A. Foot. Campbell, "Warren R. a'isVilliam That our confrtlcratcd Republic can only
    prob. 1jy" apply) (or a rrac-A;f.r their privil \'r.. III or- I. RIIODE1SL.tND. Drayton, (George McDufli, William D. I exist by the ties of common interest, and MARIA _

    !er to R\'tlkI i inrt11 ike in;evil.nrb rrultnj univ! >rtant from jicinc'plM imripitaripy: ,: ahif MichUH in nneacure Neheraiah R. Jvnighi' Asher Robbing, Martin, Williujn 1' Nuckolls' Starling ;: brotherly attachment ; by mutual forbearance : -

    pecuniary intft-e?, 1 fM, that I cnnnot m jiMioetlir VERMONT. Tucker. 1p' and moderation, (collectively and individually abut .'.I)* ;age. 1h.i 'd oruan wa ..r01"J J
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    III par tir 8 iilp r.letl. loo Jog prr,! it to the deeoo GEORGIA.Thomas J and by cherishing a devotion to inerl. dtliM*.' .ty or ('T'*. ''Or man, of Fscaml '
    Jillerale ,Hler.iton oiftlic Leirrclatflre and tlis i'co.I| Dudley Chase, Ilorio.Seywour. l bit1. i. =I.o > .lixiut 5 feet high. \fr c m by birth.and
    B..tb the cu.wutou'ty; : aiil) til ,.piCLijNq"; of &he ItrPatisg \' NE\V YORK. F. Foster! Charles E.J aynes. liboity. and Union, must be apparent l to eve licr face"lttonl., Any ,*r.-on \hc \ill! ppreliei JcaidiXepioand

    ( thlll Bank. are_,'c J ueptne.i by a .1r e prurltft" Nathan Sandfurd, E. B. Dudlev Henry G. Lamar, Wilson Lnmpkin, Wiley ry candid mind ; and as our fathers united ,.df liver V.r 10 the sulwcrlber, m'hafl

    .that orour it has feUow faile,''ih7.cu-J''U d.e! (I.colt riJ! end.t mat of h.Lwlmbiul acl',!;iut'd by.tL a.I Nf\V JEHSEY. Tho-npson: James M. Wayne, Richard //. their councils and their! ;arms ; poured out 'P.i\'tC tI.e uui e reVrUrd, cod all reasonable., eipccs

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    unifomand; sound curr bcy. Theo. Fruliughnysen, Million! pickerso n. Witde.. their blood.and-treasure in support of their ( .1i--fl

    deemed Under essential thw cirrttmram to tb+ Ii.eal 1:, If" irh an of, mniintuon, w I IJE SYLVAXIA. KENTUCKY.- common rights ; and-by the exertions of fill, F.. T.COMMYNS, j
    aermn
    : of thir lf iAuure the Governi.iait.I.ttlaBrttothewml xvho.t -. William Mark: Isaac D. Barnard.: Thomas C hilt on,,James Cl.uke, Nicholas :,ucce. cA ,defending tho liberties of each, Dt- AGENT FOR 1

    Uier a Nauouil.ou (banded ut)o the credit otli( r1 .,. DELAWARE. D. Coleman, Henry Daniel,Nathan Gaith r, so mnst wo, if wo intend to continue a free, HENRY GRANDPRE..
    'ei'nmeat Mnd rwrBtir pt hOt t.dwbad. whirl. Ton-acola) ICUi I>ec. 1629..-44-Ot. _
    \"uu1d..void dI ronl.usll 'iiffif''rip and, at the John M. Cl&ytim, Vacant. Richard M. Johnson,John K ieaid.,;Joseph;i Imite/ ana happy people; progb their -

    ';lmet 10.1 Ime.lUtlre.v that : !J. ath'a U"orto% tla4t Qqveran.ttflt MARYLAND.Ezekid .Le'cbmptc._ Robert P.. .etcber".Chitteadcn. I cp.uncis) .and. emulate." their illustrious exaipcj -'f PtiblieNotice !
    Country were expeteJ ,
    t"'I'
    JII1i( ih Chl : '
    rold
    'les.A.
    iHE.iri&t Lyon, WJckJiflbJoc4.V.uKccy.
    BLflkI F. Cliatu hors,.:azijue1 Smith. ? f .'J : ,
    r..mMt;}1oae It eommp'nicitlio 0U14. the conduct .,..IS HEREBY GIVEN, -
    wiziq I ,VIRGINIA.. r. I Q'I :1l .mpch wIll dcpnd'upon
    : 'rng.lI : 1 .
    yc1r,itw the just clrniT 0 llie G' : .. Pedro all. .' TTATistiiit1ul.ccnini1i.. _' t
    iod4)re attUIIi. eaieea p c*Ueiaticii. ,runl of Com the ,: Littleton W.Tazrwell, TlJla .rl'er. ;MOnddnj' nartlt.l, .oiephU... Cia, and rfe.brratpn! ot the National Legislature '-S. ( tntoJ hy jtruiclnncnt in AP 8up J

    'ttapure tterif"tl of1s" ,'fdptw P114ddpbi5, und anlUur tlte hf'av NORTH COjtA.. Wiliaii! C1gJIIQfl, jr. ,IirnCS,""j itR11ayJohn.] and especially of tfiis House it ia not TtTtS4 JJrn, >nor Court, Ewpmbia COO ty I.

    tub, oflt e iraProprh Mblo. '. .a general! ; James Ircdell, Vacant. H' 'M. Goo'd "OY..1iit.ih, :Irw .,William, ,needful that should admonish you. I need oraito Unt and' I Tie Defendant and all dueT ]Iter nI

    a GO\'Cl'MD1ent like i.ra I wIirp !ier.n"r imiiridnai.r r U "r 'SOUTH CARDLA. d 3 Ke non, '\Vi1ihni i 'IusseII, Jame Sbield '. not, I i1 i'Mire, remind you, Gentlemen, that ril mu ,...,.. sons iiaterecd.ue!beret) rcquirto. .':

    j'Ih tie L" right ua..t ul'4irelUi;.( 1JttJiHjii: ;:" ,- \>on nvu,*.>?t tieu!.,n.>;. Robert. Y. If /*:, Williain, B'mitB.. "' 'VilHaan Stanbrr$. J oIin T110)tp.'OJ, J9-! \TB ore here the\ guardiar.s; and representatives d I'euaetji. appear; ,.and Oct plead, 5,..to l&StrWlt.the?Declaration! : '. ._ ,.

    &i )' Aty S A ',:.it' .P'(&isorli: Jaarae?_ I GEORGIA.. ;. "s ph Vance Samuel. .Fifldlay) : Yiiiton, .Eli- of: our ?ntire country, and Hot'the advocates r

    nni i'tiis?'JhSrt"s!!; ..1)rrcl't .l. ; George M. Troup, John Forsytk. Whintesey.. : of local and part id int rcSts.' P'ii1ilie Nttiec0 tI :

    diZf4LtiIherui1ei. tictd of j atrtutic TPt.i'gm'1.C'ntfl efcrrtlllr .u.! KENTUCKY. .TENNESSEE.John That national legislation, to bo permanently I;
    ,TtZ, .. ,|*nil? *w;. imufcd-JJn) ituSfvAK dfnre tnta- George, Bibb, John R "an. Bell, John UjAir. Datnd OrocYet, use-Till, muit ho just, UbrrcT!, tnliglit- IS ZiEflBY: GIVEN.V ;,
    '- .''|_It'I ainl 14I.IflbUCd. KI much a nnjr ,t- TENNESSEE.Hugh : Robert DHha Jacob C. Is. That ouii the I Joseph V.T C-rr..ll; TliATMttu cti'iifiaft j tire, *
    Jn. A., ._ :cks, CavoJohnson encd and impartial u high .
    ic ulntfd hv attitctx 't
    ti tr ek",**. uw ,oCLrae.. r. $ I !) 1&1
    r i .wir ftL:, ;HS"hilltarl'i' 7'wn'. awp bet'-M4l. IWB is;.."d L. White. Felix Grnndy. PriorLea, James. ,K. Polk, Janib5Standifcr. duty of protecting nil and twin: part ; olnaintaining I C-zs ..Mfv'i r .ii1ers' Ihe.S.*f>rrMtV..Court F..tllm- j
    ) A.k'WLi'
    "I r'II-*.C,3'*.a.fllCillu tn.I', ,"T (Ui.ur. gttIi.i i.... D njamin Rudcle Jacob Bnrnct. INDIANA. elevating the public credit and resources of r.: Ccrfos Ze -rdliri\ .all all oibr I4"' iu r-
    . t 'u, crILefii. to thm '
    .4 f A1' : n'.t' giidnceI gIilI ar..I lrrby .it..ct.ppeoa.rtud.f'ktltt tf
    ..... ,:I t.1..i. tfJ.l ,' !I reli31Ule .r.M! LOUISIANA. Ratliff Boon. Jnnatlnn) 'Jennings John the untion ; expending tluipublic treasure d., ,' VrrMioii! :: .
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    -r !St. I..r't. .ro .orYr! Jfttita toi Edvrard Livingston, Jo iah S. /ohn ton Test with .tho n\f.' rnnt! ccojionxv ih::! tra ,1ncr.Qt'tt9th.JE.t'' : :. .. '.' .4


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    \ THE ) N4tvv AdifN'Ts OFFICE I The Territory Florida, Western 1'0 TUB RIKTJBKS 311.ziPrcErrs: I

    Tensacola, Dec. 1st 1829.? ) District '&periorjDourt, City: of .: TilE 'UMTEB: ? :STATES.; 1.l 1.' I IIii. '. COLU1\'ililA b flU!'.
    Journal
    of Health.XDUJrKD : A.LEDjropoiaLt will be received at
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    "., LY th.s; Ofllee until' the lust day of April PcnsncolnT" l erhe. prices utah a the :ra.'t ruU uiedfanaUAng ; : c :REMEDY ..hid.lml pio ed itself superior U,
    : PrHiiitffTjrpes lm, !ebreu greittty 'a rBtmim's: or any of the Panaceas for it.. cur:
    tlnudafitA December : *>
    next to supply, the West India Squadron n t829.V rtducedkd :;facility of maoaf ttnrii>g'giciiily : of ibe following ei ltRSeI, viz; : ,

    4t AN ASSOCIATION OP PIfl5ICI.tS.The mill the ISaiy Yard at this place. with \ 1Ji.ml A. Bell: on behalf I incra 1ft HI..: TleSilti.cribei --eutl' l u been NECROSIS, (or flection of tile bones,) KlNGft.
    of Louisa iiruuam, induced fakca rifw tfcle reduction! in"ihe
    tQ prop .
    FIRE WOOD VS. } ba. C4anrcry. .prices' wrnVh;from Ih.,4nf'Of April,:have teen us EVIL, (or SCROFULA,) WHITZ. StvpLtmc ;

    r..n, ,': ..:e.. c I. I. t', ', i:;" !John Dav'u, Gabriel Tuar, sflrtad in rtfefinncxed list. CANCEROUS, and! inveterate ULCERS ;
    .. for one ,year. The wood fortho Squadrcft and'Lllcn Foster. t Th' character rheTtfie' made a( la'.FOUDdI1I' LIVER t and BILIOUS COMPLAINTS

    to be of iho kind commonly! called And now, to.wii.: on Wednesday, the ninth. t :!ltmo"n lo theeiya
    primary object with the corulmtorst TI- TI. day-of December hi tire year ot'ourLoi done jI Ygasd 'tu the ;4utiHly of tncral, finish, and generally ; SYSTEM

    the Journal of Health, is to point out the thousand) -eight hundred mId 'ttventy 'iineappears' >, durability, ntf devKtton, ha* been ")1 'de. ,.. ULCERS of the MOUTH and THROAT.

    means of preserving health and preventing That !for the Navy Yard to be good before the Superior 'Cuurt of West snIy.anyquanuIty He has .n hind ti ou complete a short luorkncDtand hotice ; he will can be, SYPHILIS, rnd all other diseases aristae in t thfi .

    disease. To attain this, all classes! anti both Sound Oak. Florida, in ctrftnccry selling, the'-said Complainant -; fn4t|>y to receive the order of his cuslomerl.hich, improper use of MERCURY.As .

    sexes shall be addressed, in a style familiar ; and it appearing (to the Court
    and friendly, and with an avoidance of such; Proposals will also be received at the same that the said Louisa :ft-a-Ham clams'to be n hare orders frpm abroad, can have offices comTklelf blood lhi*. remedy possesses invaluable towers7.

    professional terms and allusions as would in time for the delivery at Mic Navy Yard of free woman of colour, ffnt! that the hns'been -ith presses, and every thing necessary for a improves appetiie.Vnd has also the rrmarka>,le
    the Printing EstabHshmetii, set in the most perfect effect of depriving the skin of that
    any stay obscure the subject or alum tho" ''ood now cut on the Live Oak JMaata- erroneously calletl Eliza Jamie and states that manner.Publiftners. lint, which is so common in bilious yellow bilious

    most fastidious. The fruits of much reading, lion opposite this place. site was brought to Pensacola by tha said are requested: to give this adverlise- ALBRIGHT constitutions*

    study and careful observation, shall be plac- Those persons who offer proposals for the Jolm Davi.% and that she was born in -Cam 'm'elHn place in thir papers a few times, to receive !Mltlddphia.

    ed before them, set arranged and applied as contract will state ihc price per,cord. AH dtn, in tire :State -6f South Carolina, and payment 2 dollars, in '.fypeoT in the itMtle- The nroprielor in o'errg his "CotVMBuS: '

    to conduce most efficaciously to their bodily the Yard. raised tiro Rev.'Isaac Smith ho mentor thefr accounts. vnup" to the public, furnishes a few of
    tho wood to be deliver! at Navy by > now resides Ronnldson.PRICES. the ...*
    comfort nnd mental tranquillity. To whatever Pearl River aud it also Richard remarkable ci.ies, performed by the iame. in tpif- .
    Ik-nd and security will be required for the on ; appearing ,,, of its
    belong .-At sI ix months credit, for approved any Superior remedial powers as giren
    him
    profession or calling they tiny ; fai!hful performance of the contract. that the said John Davis is not fotmd within by respectable persons
    I paper, or at a discount of 6 per cent for cash. residing in different
    the readers of this Journal vrlll find! precepts that the tifd 't1 Tuar of the United pMrt
    For further information apply' atthis Office.Charles" this District, and briel States, as a just meiit tl II
    Pearl, Ib. $1 40 Enpwh, $0 32 elo the
    susceptible of valuable application. Air, P. Tutt: a'td) Ellen Fostvr dbdaim all !interest in this Nonpareil per, 0 90 (Treat Primer 0 3G I'I same, as well as be.ug the uiran.of (conveyiW to
    fellow
    food exercise' the reciprocal operation of matter: it ordered. that public notice he Miimn, 0 .70Brevier ( I Double Pica 0 :31 their creainres-who ore sJmifaiU "fiiictrd a

    mind and body, climate and localirr-s clothing 42 tf. NaVilb cnt. published) in the Pc-nsacolu Gazette, once a ., "to !SO. Do... Great. Primer, .. 0 3J I I many sure, speedy medicines anti are rfTectuftl at ibis' 1 time ff'Jnt'dY-' disIribtutetout Jm.rith- ..

    and the physical ehication of children, week for ihe space"f i wo months citing andchnonishing I llurroj!;, IIIH j Large letter, plain the country, held forth to cure diseases;
    0 40 | Srahbardsrtid
    '
    I Long Primer upon
    arc topics of permanent and pervading interest the said John Davis and all whirh they have not the
    = slightest influence
    Small Pica, 0 38 I UuotatkwH, 0 'SOPica. some
    with the discussion and elucidation of oilier persons interested or claiming to be 0 30 I J of which they had tried previews to the use of the

    which the pages of the work\ will be mainly: .. interested] in the said Louisa Bra mm alias The prices ofothcr Xieicriptlons of Types are 'rc* tyrvp The, as medicine! Inn, be is seen by iheir o-n imrstarons.
    so highly reputed
    by of the
    some
    Eliza:: Jane, to be and appearbefore Ibis portionably reduced. pr-yslrians: for the cure of various diseases,
    tilled.flhICOTfltflID4aTIoN Old received at 9)cents Ib. that to
    nr Tim PRESIDENTOF Court at the next twin tlrcTeof, to o hdlireii Type payment per. I 111'; i-u.pretoi't, r\\,, JU101'led,.., ten gentlemen of

    at the Court House in the City. of Prnxacola,j NO i ICE. lfe nutlif.faculty were fudticcd In try it in dis
    THE WORK eases! to ,,:,irh
    01: THC thry themselves had been
    We approve! of the plan on which tho tmliltcati on tfj the first Monday of May next, to interpose THE Copnrfncrsh'p: Merrtofore existing under and fium! grrni benefit from its useohc; Subject rarticu.

    entitled; the "Journal of Health" is conducted, ind United States. their claim to the said coloured woman, I firm of !Iain<. & Gales i ill l by mutual con larly. residing in A'.U-ntoivn! N. J. whose dinolotioD

    believe' that it ia calculated to be useful, by enlight- and to answer to the bill of complaint herein sent hill thiy dissolved. ThoRc, having demands wan threntmrd: by a severe ultack of hrrr com.

    rniug public opinion on a subject of -igh importance {filfd.) against said Firm will please present them-it is pUiiu, xv hich had pretrfsly? rciiMrd hii own treatment
    numbers which of law I ANDREW JACKSON I I deemed quite ''uuiieceoetrv to -add, that) those indebted in the
    to the welfare Society, The IN pursuance A true from the Record.W. J. wns course of a few weeks restored
    ) : appeared, evince talent, and may be vi wed i ias of thc United: :States of America copy will confer a p' rtirular fhvor by settling to Ihe enjoyment of perfect health,

    a pledge of the continued usefulness of the pub]icntton i- : do hereby declare, and make known, Hasell HiM, their accounts. The accounts which bnve Wen received from
    conducted its ont < while by Sidney parts Ui.ion
    pre ,
    speaking of
    in 'it to that a public sale will be held at tire Land CTcrk Svzr.. Ct. West Florida. > the cflecis
    therefore, feel hesitation recommending good prodifcnl by the sjrupt are sum
    Samuel Gates.
    public patronage. Office, at Tallahassee, m the Territory of cietit to compile nt this lime an ocfnvo volume o

    Philadelphia, October 13th 182!!. Florida, on the fir>t Monday in February FOR SALE 1 The business will in future be conducted by upwards of two hundred pages! to enumerate all
    Samuel Gates who keeps his usual the cures.
    good sOppJ!
    V. D. Wra. P. Dovr, 31. FVThos next, for the disposal ci'the Public Lamissituatcd '
    Chapman, Pensacola, August 3id, 182928tf.'CLOTIIING The doses of the Cohi'hi'bJnu' *
    C. James, AT. D. Wm. E. Itori'r.: JI. D'Profcstorg within the limits of the underMH-n A syrup are jud
    ciously proportioned, and adaptVd! the) and
    in the Unitcrslty of Pcnnfylcania. I lioncd townships and fractional townships NEW PRAMS VZLDI1W. strength of the human age
    system. It RIO /
    perfrctlv
    D. D. factor of St.
    Rev. James Montgomery- to wit : CONTAINING four Rtfrfras, with a Kitchen, amiJ innocent, thai no eVileficcts need be apprehended:
    Stephen's Cltrch. \_ Lot 'frnred in, sitiiatcil NO. 9, from it when taken
    Secretary ,
    agreeably! to the direction
    Wm. II. DC Lanccy, D. D. Provost of(la' U- Korth: of the base line and Wc.st of theIcritli Slrr-rt, noar ibc Navy Yard. Poisetsitn to be \had HATS, BOOTS, AND SHOES. It may be give n without any apprehension to the

    nitcnlty of Pcnnsylrania.! !\ ; n. on the 1st. Juna.iry r.ext. For further particulars nw' t lender infant or' feEurcalult.MEDICAL .
    B. B. Smith, Editor of the Philmhtyhta 7o appJy tO( JT. O'NEILL RECOIME.DATORY
    Church. Township two of t wcnty-t we. NOTICE
    carder, and Kcetor of Grace range W. received a'fasliionnble assortment of Having recommended! ih
    Geo. tise of J.
    (;. T. Bedell, Rector nf St. Andrew Church. 'j\nvir hip one, two, three, four and five, Barkley. flAS.ist and Cor.U IRfAf SYRUP" In Albrigfit't
    James Abcrcrombie, I). I). Assistant Mlnitttrrj SPrI1aCI .., Oct. 26th. 1829.-33-tf my own private practice
    fran o twonty-threo. SpringmjA: for nearly twe yeais, and having-witnessed its dc-!

    ; Christ" George Church Weller.and. St. Peter's Townships. one, lour and five, of range: Notice, is Hereby; Gi\T&u, (fI cided efficacy in 1mtt1y o,st-s ivhicb had pre\iouly

    Jackson Kcmper J&fcMuf i XRnlstcr'of Christ twentylour.Township.1. which he offers for sate Mfr for Casli' resisted the usual remedies. I non with much Pleasure
    I () nil wr-'tn it concern that Mariano give my testimony in its favour, and will
    tluce four and fi\c f T may qucii-
    Peters'
    Cturcjiaud; St. ; one, )
    AMONG
    t. Thomw H. Skinner, D. D. Pastor of jhc' fifth Bouif.iy i is .le>*d, nlirr having: duly. matte and WHiff ARE; a few of the most remarkable cures performed bv* I
    rme! twenty-fi\c.; las-t Will! and Testament \\lierrin she the same which came tinder! mv notice- -4
    Church. published a Black, bILl /'bror.n and olive dress and frock lu-
    Vrifbyterum.. Wm M. Englea, Pastor of the Sctcnth Prcsbitcrin -I TtI'\"nhips: three, four awl five, of range' :pRiinied| the KiibscnUr! Executor, who has qualified pertine clothCOATS Mr. John Hincltle's! son, ofAbington lowhsh m
    twentysix.Townships. Mild' taken upon himself. the rxeciilion iherrof.All Montgomery county Pa. ulceralion oHhe mouth
    Church. Catholic I indclitcd\ :o the cttntearr? requpstcd to & PAIMTALOOKTS. and throat, and violent Inflammnticu of the
    John Hughes, Pastor of St. Joseph's two three feur and five, of persons eyes
    : ,
    I make imllH'uiattIlnYI1l lIt and those t" Wtoxn the Bang up curd, cnssinet, .::-il*iugand Circassian do the disease had de?'royed the Soft parts of Ihr

    Chnnh.Michael Pastor of St. Ai-guslin 's ('(L-1 rant' tW JI'\-SC'l'l1.' estate! IK indclitfdlo prt-sent their claims for payment throot unit roof of the motnh. that it laid fare
    Hurley,
    ,'. / CnurcA.Vm. Fractional township one, of rr.i rc twenty. I wiilii.. Ihc time ;proscribrd hy Law. VESTS. the bones and ma-e its way into the nose.-Mrs.

    : / .4
    Church. of Eicattor.NOTICE. fancy and plain silk, !bine and black cloth.Wih ? Scrofula, under hich he laboured nearly three
    tpwnshij! ) one, range tventcitllit .\ !She had extensive
    Pastor: cf the First Baalist ; vaiioty ofIlOUND years. scrofulous ulceration
    u'V. T- Branily. Ccfnmlian Star. east; of Dlar.Kwatc-r; lay. Pf>" "o.,1n flrtntIrOlh.- --- .-- IS2f on the left side of the neck down tohvr breast!' the
    the ;
    Church John and L.Editor Dagg of, Pastor of tho Hfth resistChurch. Townships two, three, four and fivu\(. of I JACKETS, breast very much entnrgcd ; her left arm swollen
    twentyeight.Townsh Fine fiillrd and plain Irish linen and Useless, and her head on the affcclrii side re
    .rnge: FIT1 III: Pubsciiber executor of the
    tpjtamentory shoulder
    thfe
    Solomon Hipgins, Pt1toroftl.c.'letholist I'.j.iccpal ?- two th-ee: ;and four of SHIRTS : dining on and violent pain in 'lie r
    ps rangevenlynin ..C:_ late Vnigo (.inrci'i rt'qur&t those who have system. General: Thomas Simicr, of Rheumatic,
    .
    Union Church Pastor of St. GargcsiZit X. Sa \\ '. claims ajaitst! tin raid estate to present their nc- duck, check, cotton and flannel Manning Force, Chills: lor j.Iy: 'II1I'lit ; anti those indebted .to the the nostrils levu.nih in
    enlenriling
    the
    Township O1n range tliirU'-one. ; ( vppeijaw,
    Episcopal Church. grille within the nhoricst '
    same to delny.ANTONIO' DRAWERS.
    In addition to the above, the nanw of a number J Tmvmltl'! three, four, and (fixe, of range- rOLe from the nose over the cheek !bones: the cheeks
    esteemed members of the different professions Black Italian silk CRAVATS, Axhibiting high state of inO..mmation.\J!\ Va- "
    highly the work might be adlurd !- thirty two. PtM'acola,0 labcr 14, 1829-37tf, 'lentine lioraef ulccration of the left nostril obstruction
    subscribers to and do. -
    who plain fancy ,
    are .
    Townships four and l l"c, of range thirtythree. -- of the loss of difficult'v
    same
    i iheld. smell
    c M expressive of the estimation in which it I Silk Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Uosi.rr,strifftfd Bns- ; of
    With one voice, the public press! from tinernd : A l"I\ESB SVPPLO J pendersIlHtj n id Caps, breathing, _and severe pain of the sylt"m-l\h_
    "f the continent to the other, has spoKrn of the Smith of tin !base line and west of the V l-'asliiunnble SUMMER: CLOTHING, jna -; Musick's wife, son and daughieri Mrs. Musick of
    Journal Health in terms of unequivocal commen Merit'im.' dErived And for salt' !t'y the Undertigned BOOTS Ui I Chronic Rheumatism. with ,*which :(:e had been
    dation. 'I AND I afflicted, upwards osutoen. years ; her aOq of scald:
    Fractional township one, of range ttt'enty CONtiffiTING OP At 1ifiI .M head, an'd daughter of scorbutic affection of tho

    Tza.. J Ii Ii t', Bit!( I.. Biouit, ami Green BnrnltazeenCoatcca SHOES &c. gum and discharge; fiom the left ear.-StrpUeu

    The Jotm \L or HEALTH: will appear: in 'UlulItlf Fractional townships one and two: of and Frock Coats With: Domestic and Piece Goods. inare's son carious affection; of the sLin; nearly
    i&; page each, octavo, on the second and fourth the vVhale bf the shin bone wai destroyed, togt'tlt"'rwith
    Wednesdays! of every month.! Price per annum,' range twenty-three. Aigoln. Circassian, and French Linen do. with a Pcnsactfl.1. February 7, ? 29-4-if. many of the smaller bones of the foot.-Mr.

    f?125,in advance. Subscription* and communications Fractional; townships, one anS two, of \ ariety of Pensacola Gazette Room. James M'Minn! of liver rbmplaint! and asthmft

    (post paid) will be received by Juimi Dou SON, range twenty-four. PAKT-ALOOItfS & : Reading which he had upwards of nine years.-Mrs. Myn,
    Agent, No.' 108 Cbe nut Streot, Philadelphia. VESTS.suitable Pensacola: Gt'te has of ulcerated sore month and throat' and her dx'uph
    of tw'nttin'.
    Subscribers nt a distance will discover, that thrt Township one, range ('iiilie season. BTpDHE; Propiietor'of ter kcrofula.! Besides the diseases above enu-
    difficulty in remitting the amount ofa single:: suh<:rrip- Township one, of range twenty six. White anti l Brown French itocn, drilling!*, Canon i fL&) opened aREADING. me'rated, I prescribed the: Syrup with great success

    tion will be obviated by any four ofthim sending on 'I Fractional township two, of range twenty$ I Grass, Bnnbazecn nnd FancyfAcKETS. ROOD! ih: mercurial casrs nnd secondary: tyi; hilis.

    five dollars to the agent Those to whom tins may: six.. I ; I In giving this testimony! of the merits of the t

    not be convenient, can receive rixtccn numbers of the I where Papers from every part of the United States Colnmbi n Syrup," I.have divested language
    work by remitting a dollar to the same person. Fractional townships one and two, ol 1'ino. plain! and fiiUcd l-nrn shirts; Black Ifa. I are rceulnrlvtreceived: and filed immedi.ttrly after entirely technical terms, the better to be under

    ..-- -- The Journal of He.ahh including index, will forma ran c twenty-seven.: ian cravitR and stocks ; silk pocket handkerchief*, I the arrival ottr: Miil. derstood by those" to whom il is intended to convey
    volume or 400 pages, ecfoiVo. Fractional lo\vnliips one and two, of silk and cotlon Hosiery ; black liorse-sltin, Beaver its cflcctS. The length of lime the diseases have

    --r Acr.STS.-sf. Ddkson, 108 Chesnnt 8trc t. Philadelphia -[ range tweiity.cight, East of Pensacola} alulEscambia alI linen gloves ; sill., cotton nut! nnrsted sus.Iendt'l TERMS.Eight brcb diisipated, convinces me. that the ctlrtt are
    ; JF. If Jk 1\""" Baltimore ; Wm. liurfcss97 ahd of thy of St. S ; Mack, white and tit'al hats, of fine quali- Dollars: per unnum, payable in at1 attt t'. permanent, and it may with propriety be said. that
    west
    -. Fnlton street, New York; Carter Sf ffenJce, Ho:, bays, Day cs, nad latest fashion, with a nneral 'supply ef For the accommodation of those Cnnilemrn its hrnljne fjanUt a rank it among' tl o bU' remedies -
    ton; and in most tho towns in the United Stac:. Mary de Galvez. BOOTSAND whose stay in the City may be uncertain, subscuip. of the present day.

    ,- Fractional township one of range twenty 1 ions will be received monthly I at one Dollar per JOHX. MAYWEG, M D.

    East of Blackwatcr ... tnnnlh. Philadelphia, March 5. 1828.
    eight bay.
    NAVY AGENT'S OFFICE, Iiib __ Silhsctjbers the of
    have privilege introducing
    Pensacola, Dec. 1st, 1829. } I Fractions of townships: one and two, of SHOES .t'. to tflhis.ttTSubctiptions The above mentioned iledicine cafi be procured
    genteel strangers
    nt three dollars buttle of the Subscriberswho
    } pr quart
    will be received at tango t\vcnty-nine, East and West of Es- ::: are now receiVed tit the Reading' trill exhibit
    SEALED Proposals I J, O'Neill.PtiFacolaMay12l to any person applying::, the certi,
    until the first day of April camhia bay.Tovnsbip. ,, 1829.14t1.Notice4 Room.SIRCHWASSEH. ncatcs of cures alluded to by Doctor Mayweg.

    next to supply the West India Squadron and one, of range thirty. &C. V hbaun & Wiison
    -
    - Fractional township two. of thirty.
    Navy Yard with range 16th 1829.5BO..IES .
    Peniftcola, January,
    the Subscriber! received I
    Fractional townships one and two, ofrange FOR Sale by lately
    persons interested in the Estate of John 'OfD New Orleans.KirchwnSser .
    fresh BeefAND thirty one. ALL deceased: are hereby notified that the (of the Black Forest,) CLARET WIN&

    Fractional townships two and three, of Undersigned tlerk of the County Court will ex- Champnigne>> (Sparkling)

    ran c thirty-two. officio administer on said Estate, pursuant to an Gugooiet Augers (French Cherry Cordials,) SvpcriOr quality,

    South of the base line and East of the order of the lion the iVesidlrtg fudge ol Ihe Muscatel Wine, best quality, do. No. 1 1
    Vegetables.FORGONE Mcridbn.Tounships. County Court, all person* having any detnniuft Bordeaux Oil, 200 Soap, ;

    against: said Estate will present them without While Wine Vinegar, 2 Pipfe dry Malaga Wine;
    YEAR. llirec! and four, of range four. delay. J. Pescay. '

    The to stftfc the pound Fractional township five, of lange five Sacks of Salt.
    proposals price per II. G. Ramsay, Pensacola. 1 hFeb.. )J829.Notice.. .
    of beef and the terms upon which the vegetables Townships!' one and two, of range six.Toiishui1s Clerk.. .,.- .t-'r A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF

    furnished. < two, three and eight of
    will be rangeten.
    _\VHI'on_ Countv. Ortnh r tflihPolice 1 '!()_ tr- .
    --" DRY GOODS aCc J
    Bond and security will be required for the ,
    xctjj1 ;;
    faithful performance of the contract. Fractional townships} two, three 'dnd fonr, is Is Hereby Given. FOIt SALE ct

    and townships five and ten, of range eleven. : TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,
    For farther information apply at this Office. II. Michelct.Pensacola .
    p S HEREBY Given that at the'! expirHtion of Six
    Fractional and five I
    fcur and r.II
    Charles P. Tutt, townships AT Juntos Parker is dead, and that letters weeks from this i dale, I will''apply to tho Hon June 25, 1829-19-if. -
    township ten, of range tweh c. I JL Administration on bis estate ha.e bl'cilgranletl County C.urt Ecarnbia* for letters of Adminis --- 't-

    Navy dgcnt. Fractional townships fi-.c and six, of to the Subscriber. All persons indebted to milan trp'on the estate of Nathaniel. G. C.: Slaugh PRINTltU WKKKI.V, BY
    42-tC the estate are requested to make immediate pay. .
    'irtpeg deceased. :fl1ROED
    range ler, moons
    men!), aud those to whom ihe estate U indebted, to ,
    -
    v- The and fractional Julius fescay
    rowhships
    townships present their elaints within the time prescribed by FOR TilE PROPRIETOR, :
    NOTICE.. will be offered in the order above designated Uw. NoniiitJf'r i 10, 1820 ;.39tf. I
    I
    ehOlll indebted to the Estate of John beginning with the lowest number of Section Jttnie&.Finlay; i.b\isbe oi ihe L\\W6;
    ALL nOAl\DJNU.
    & ,deceased,nre requested to make im- in each. Admtnitratort. RlVA'rE OFTF.1TNXTD .
    fiiedute payment, end all.rsons. having claims: FIVE Gentlcm be ccolntirt.f"; ,
    or : ran
    r n acorn it. 24. 1829.-38-9t.
    :again &id estate are requested to present them wltliib The 1 lands reserved by taw for the use of FOUR Private boarding'by the subscriber oureasonalle ETAUSa

    themepr..ezibedby1wzu schools, or for other p1rposesill be excluded NOTICE.1jHt4 terms.
    Ann Speiden. lioni. sale. James Pendl ton, AND Op TUB
    Undersigned; has received instrucfloni
    Administratrix.P {I Ghen t&der] hiy hand ht the City of prevent or punish Ihtf culling of valuable to Pcntacola, Nbv. 10th. 10th.1629.......3fr-3m.. TERRITORY OF FLORIDA

    <.. ol*, Dec.&tb.182.-4-&. i Washington, this fifth day of Oc'ob. r, timber, Upon the Public:, Land*. These instructions NOTICE IS HER 8 GIVEN,
    ,
    _.
    -- extend hot only to Live Oak nnd Cedar,' 'hut asJ1Ja.Si.
    A D. Uhtted Stares
    : 1829. Sapcfior
    \ mOAT the Te rro urthe
    '
    Notice. te "Timberofcverydetcriptiontakenfiom th.Publie Court for'the county bf Jackson, appointed FIVE DOLLARS per-' mn, i in ods-nncepay
    ANDREW JACKSON.: Land, for the Shipping for the %&
    ,
    i purpose use
    01' DOLEltR8
    first Monday December nest l la def1dsiz moaUif SIX
    to be held on the ment >
    SIX w ek, aitoa'ate, I shall apply to the presi-; i j By President : of Saw Mills &e.t1< It lao be understoohoweveu' Postponed to the tbiiii Monday of said IJeccnv.: wlN I required. .... *
    that the instructions do not' apply) to umbel-used for ;
    ; dingJutc. of the Court of Ja.-l ': .
    County ( onCounty .
    GEORGE GttAHAlt.ConunisJ her next.
    for pauta\ton) l swted conspiruonsly it' ONE
    33PAdvcrtiscmenli
    fuel or purposes.Betij. :
    for Letter
    Administration the Estatejf Hon. II. M. ..
    By order of the Srackcnridja Jnfr.flof
    < Mienitc.. Hcvrioft, dau .ae4. ollcr of tAe Central Land j. D.. Wright, said court; DQLLAR-ibrs OTW'ftnrtrrn lines o r lest;. for

    L. M. Stone. .ojree. Ui S, Attorney.Peniacola P. t4JIFF. the first insertion, ami FIFTY CENTS, fore**

    TII.! 2M Noirembef 342t1' October 9>, J 829-tils.. 7th&lo,. lBi1-3 --tf"at I t'emtor! fiili (Jet. 1m. ('!tf1tmt:1'rl'i":' t' ; F (''IC lY? S.Tflc rq4. \ ,
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