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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
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Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
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Creation Date: January 9, 1830
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
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I VOL. VI. PENSACOLA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY. 9th, 1830. No. 46 ,.:::. i'

ggggm BBIBMiHMLaws Florida. a* those: ol the whole blood, but if all be I of and J empannel twelve householders* of kin to That the Judge the Western District of the same is hereby repealed, after the first :H* .J
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: I the half blood, they shall have whole portions i neither party, of said county, to meet upon i Florida, !shall hold a term of: the Superior day of January next. I.U f
-. -- -- only giving to the ascendants (if any 1 the lands: so 1 proposed for the abutment, on a !i Court, at the place of holding courts, by law I Sec. 4. Be further enacted, That said .!' i.
there be) double pori ions. dav i to be named in said writ, to examine the';: appointed in Jackson county on the third ,i Judge shall have: power to appoint a clerk : !
I II !.">. And where the children of the 5nte.c-! :same : Provided, that nothing in this act'shall ': Monday in December next ; and it shall be'!'. for said court in said county, who shall, be- | i
tate his mother brothers and sisters be construed t to interfere with the duty of- the elm k of said ; ': i1
>r is I : or or so as any I court to issue fore he enters on the duties of his office, : t '
hi:< ;grandmother, uncles and aunts, or any building, or other structures, of the person .i a venire f facias, at least ten day brfore.the \ give bond in the penalty ,of two thousand :: J r
of his female lineal with the from whom lands tenements shall be I lime of the sitting of said directed :
ancestors, living any or j court, to Jollarsvuh, security to be approved of by i 1}
w I children of his deceased lineal ancestors, taken as aforesaid' without the consent of| the marshal; of said district, who shall proceed I i said Judge, conditioned for the faithful pox1 r' 1
1 I ?A I male an:! female in the same degree, come such I person or O'\ wr of such lands ; and in to summon a grand and petit jury to : formance of the duties of his office. '.'-.' ,l

into the partition, they :shall tak;,_1rcr capita, I all c ses'where there shall be any lands condemned serveduring the session cf said court. Passed, 12th November, 1829. > ,; .
that i is to say by persons, end where a part as aforesaid, anal either party shall j I Sec. 2, Be it further enacted, That all ,., '..: ..;...
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_--__ __ n, ... _ ___ uf them l being dead, and a part :Jiving, the be thereby agricvcd, such person shall have j:! writs,process,suipIIQna8' &c. that were made AN ACT ...; I tl,
: BY AUTHORITY.AN -I I issue of those lend have right to partition ; the right of appeal to the Superior Court, or 1.::1 reuirnnble to the last September term of said : To authorise} Clerks of Courts to administer .' '
such issue shall take per stirpcs or by stocks'' Court of Appeals of this Territory, as in court.. ,:and :all writs, process,. bills, subpoenas, Oaths in certain cases. S 1 1
AOTRegulating that is to say, the shares of their deceased ether; cases commenced and determined in : &c. that have been issued subsequently. to i Be it enacted by the Governor and Legis '<'.' ,:1
Descents parents. said county courts. the September term aforesaid, and ill that I lative Council of the Territory offlortdar ,
Be it exact: *d by the Governor! Legislative 1(3.( When any ,,f the children of the | cr- Sec. 2. lIe it further enacted, That the may now be issued,shall be made returnable i That the clerks of ail courts of record in this '.
Council of the Territory of Florida, 1 I son sing intestate shall have received from said househo'ders, when cmpannclled as ::0 the court in December aforesaid : Provided Territory be, i'HI: they are hereby autho t.
That whenever any person having: title to Mich intestate in his life time any real or per- aforesaid, shall be rhargcd on oath, impar- : that tiiesnmc be served ten days before rised and empowered, in vacation as well as j dt
of inheritance shall die intestate! I sonal of advancement and view said Sands for an r the sitting fH'said court. in term tii.-- ,
real cstatw : estate by way tially to so proposed .I f. administer oaths in all matters '. t
as to such estate, it shall descend in parce shall choose to come into the partition of the : abutment, and to ciicumscribe by certain Sec.: 3. lit it further enacted, That the or in :.iy man: tier relating to proceedings :,,
nary to the male and female kindred, the state with the other parceners, such advancement !- 11': metes and bounds, one acre thereof, having} I Ii Superior Courts in said county shall be held 1\ or ("..:'ts: itttnecd! ;; hereafter to beinstituted ', !i'
following course, that is to say, : both of real and personal estate( I i due regard to the interest! of bo'.h' parties, II I Ii on the second) Mondays of June and December ,.. { in the courts) of which they arc .t :
1. To his children, or their' descendtWt, shall be brought into hotchpot with the :I i land to apprise the :sumo:; according to its ); in each{: and c'er"far thfi I rafter; and' !E[ clerks rCI''cinel.r.:1: i 1 ; :: .l"
if any there be. whole estate: real: and) personal descended, :[ value, and to examine, what o'.her: lauds,1!}I this act shall *be in lull' force uml tflect from Sec. 2. Be. it further matted. That all k l t
2. If there lie no chiUion nor their descendants I and such party bringing into hotchpot sich I above and below, may be overflowed by 'he I: its pyss.ige." oaths heretofore administered, by any clerk 'f :
then to his father.; advancement as aforesaid: shall iheieupone ( erection of said dam, or works and to ascertain Pasrcd, November Dili, 1829. of any court of record in this Territory, '. '.. ,:.
3. If there be no father, then to his mother > entitled to his or their proper portion of I the value of this same:: and to whom theyrespectively shall be, and) they are hereby declared to be r :
brothers and sisters, and their descendants the whole estate so descended: ], both real and : belong, ;and what other damages AN ACT as good and valid in laws' as if the provisions to :
,'*.or such of them as there 1)('. personal, and the value of the estate so advanced may arise, and to whom, from the erection 110 establish; a Ferry across the Escambia of the foregoing section had existed at the i ; '
4. If there he no brother nor sister nor ;aforesaid, shall be estimated at the of the same ; which inquest: when made as river, at or near its junction: with the Bay time said oaths were administered. ..- ;
their :descendants, the inheritance shall he time of advancement and not at the death of aforesaid: by ;!householders: shall be delivered ofFcnubii.i< Sec. 3. And be further r enacted, That '. ,
divided into moieties, cue of which shall :go the intestate.: to said sheriffviiose' duly it shall Into tie ii (:f:1uffft by, the dorcrnorind Legislative. if any person shall take a ilse oath, administered 1
to the paternal, the other to the maternal 17. In making title by descent, it shall return the! same to the <'<:urt ordering; said: (.'(;&:116: of the Territory of Florida, under the t provisions of this act, he 5 3
kindred, in the following courseh : he!> no bar to u party that any ancestor writ-and if the party applying; ; for the san t 'Hm !I'ei'jjtmin. ;, Jourr.:<:.in, be, ,and he is I shall be subject to the same pains i penalties, '
:-,. First to the gl Hwl thcr. through: whom he derives his decent from "hall pay the value: of the land. ascertained, hereby: vt< :Mod with the .right;! of establishing t| disqualifications! and punishments as in other 1
,6. If there he no grandfather, then to the the intestate is or hath been an alien. Dastards :and, the damages: asxes-scd as aforesaid), to the afeiry acioss If.scamljiu river, at or near'I;| cases of wilful and corrupt perjury.
grandmother, uncles and aunts 911 the same arc also capable of inheriting or of person entitled to the same, as:: if the jury so its junction:! with the Bay of .Esrambi: \ anrI Passed 20th November, 1829. j
side, and their descendants, or such of themas transniittin inheritance ou the part of their enrpamni( !led, shall, not ;tree in th,'v .Inc;; : lit is hereby \ested with: all and singular; the
there be. mother in like manner as if they had been appraisement, and make up their inquest as immmiiies and privileges bolongiii" to the AN ACT
7. there be no grandmother, uncle nor lawfully begotten of such moot hmir.- aioicsad.;; it shall be the duty of she said sir- sfm.e; fir and dm tug the tCl r.1 often years To establish a Superior Court in Nassau
aunt, nor their descendants, then to the great Whensoever any lands shall descend riff at the expiration of lour hours :thesealVr: from aril after tin: passage' of this act ; Pro- ;j
grandfathers or great grandfather! if there from any person dying intestate to t\v<> or to discharge! ; the s-id; jury, ;:nd under! tin- I Tiiltil! he continue to keep the same in repair. it enacted by county.Be the (Governor and Legis '\ ,r
be but one. more heirs, any one of whom shall he an infant same writ 1 prnrerd' to e'mpannd anothei, jury: Sic. 2. tie it further enacted, That i it latirc Council of the Territory of Florida, :, 1
shall le
8. If there be no great grandfather, then feme covert, molt. compos mentis; or h'-l and! -U from time to time roniinw !tu act until: iednty!: 01"1111: said Ui njamin Jar That the Judge of the Eastern District of
to the great grandmothers or great grand- vondaea, and the (dividend each lu'irsha1I I Mich ;appniK-cMient: i is made( anti such inqu nip.'in, )i-is heirs' or assigns:! !! to keep in good I Florida, shall hold a term of the Superior :
mother, if there be but one, and the brothers not exceed the value of three hundred dol- anion be found I ; and it shall! he the duty >If l repair: a fiat boat of sufficient dimensions to Court for Nassau county, at the place S
and sisters of the grandfathers and lars in the opinion of any court hereinafter;: the: said;:: court to errant [.11111\\ itlt! poimiMtnfor : I tnm! )Ort snots said river a loaded wagon by law, on the fourth Monday aPpointed In y'E' :\ '(
-ind which la111)1'! each side b
grandmothers, and! their descendants or such mentioned, it shall be lav:1i111iJ' the Superior tit" erection of:-.id. din, and works : J'n- I : team, boat ar( March next, and in each and !
I of&iid, least in each fix- cvejy year
of tlwmas there be. court of the district, or for the County:: I I vided!, that in in caM shall the same;; leI : ferry at once day at thereafter. .f? :
9. And so in other cases without end, court of the county, or for the corporation ,I granted m ir tin: said I hoiiM'huIdors. I l m t thy report t fll ;and rejjul-ir hours, of which lour: publicnotice Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That all t. ;
{ shall Pen : ;
be in
the lineal male o'r within whose I t shall: state; : that:! the injury I given a n\\pal'ror; at J..f
passing to nearest ancestors, city court jurisdiction such : likely to re I causes now pending! at Jacksonville, Duval ;
md for the want of them, to the lineal female lands'or the greater quantity: of them lie, to I suit to the hei: !,;hmtu!) rhood! from the erection sacola; Jil least rill cc wrt-Ks in each yearAnd county, where the defendants reside in Nassau -: .I{ :
he: hal! be entitled to receive; at Ihr.silit 1 t
ancestors in the same decree, and the direct the sale of the said lands the (li.triImiion i- of said: '\\011.-eiihei: !r by MCMU-X; or oilier- 1 county, that are not tried at the next t j'
descendants of such mil. un,1 f.-mnic ancestors if tl... noone.y:. -'..iuin: i* tliovflYoiv ;ir*- wise:, will be !'l'ltl'r! : than:/ the i benefits to L, : f feiry, : toll at ..the.. following, .H rules lini, viz,..,J:j ; court at Jacksonville, shall} h/ troncfp'rrnd to ft'.: ,
r or a IHMM: mm ;
,w to such of them as there may L(.. cording to the right of each; claimant, Provided derived! from t the same.rc. ; I nrny-fi\o: cents for-.Cj a four horse the Superior Court in Nassau co mots. .t.-I :
10. .lrovideclllOll'Ct'u, And lie itfvrthcr always, Thai each heir residing! with ? .?, Itr ;ffurther marled, That:: where! ; wagon Pts-ed\ot.l/,189.: : .j :.
tu-o dollars!:; for ;a two horse light !
wagon
enacted That whenever an inf;:nt shall die in the Territory shall! be first duly summoned any mill\ or other water works here l.o.etn- ; -- I 1
I ant! dollar: and fifty cents : for a two ox cart tOne 3 iAN I
without issue, having title to any real estate to hew cause: if any he can, against; such I fore been erected: in thi Territory, and the dollar and fifiy cents,and but owe ACT ,
inheritance derived devise de- sale and when heir shall reside thereof i.. ed I of the person; To nmend
or by gift, or any without owner legally poM> to with each; : vehicle.: Fora horse and 1 an act for the summoning of f .
scent from the father, and there he living at the Territory, the court shall make an order lands on one side ol'the stream only, or if the: I Stir!! pass, with not more tlun two persons, one Grand and Petit Jurors, and for other .' #
death of such infant; his father for which order inscited land! of other overflowed thereby .:'
the or any publication, being any person dollar and fifty cents ; t for a man and how, parI?oscs. !,
brother, or sister of such infant, on the par: in any public newspaper, to be designated or if his dam abuts upon the land of any one dollar-all other horses fifty cents Be it enacted by the Governor and Legis }
of the father or the paternal grandfather or by the court in such order for three months! per-On Kach foof; passenger twenty-five cunts. For lative Council of the Territory of Florida, + '
grandmother of the infant, or any brother or successively: shall tie considered, .as sum ;; :: any r.umhcr: of cattle, not more than five, That the free white male citizens of the ;- ,
sister of the father or any descendant of any mons. !his, I her or their; agents or attorneys to sue each fifteen cents ; when the number exceeds United States who houseJ1OIdcrs inhabi- }":t
of them, then such: estate shall descend and 19. One parcr-ner nay maintain an. action out a writ of ad ,,roil damnum us aforesaid, fifteen, cash ten cents. Hogs, sheep, and 1' tants and residents of this Territory, above '
pass to the paternal kindred without regard of waste against another, but no parce: and havr the! value of tile same ascertainedand goats-nny nnmber not over fifiecn: each the age of twenty-one years, and under sixty S 'j
to the mother or other maternal kindred ol" ncr shall have or possess any privilege over the damages: paid in as is pointed out hi eight cents ; when the number exceeds fIfteen :. years, shall be liable to serve, and are hereby t ;
such infant, in the same manner as if there another iti i any election, division or matter the preceding: ] section of this act. each five ceivs: : subject however t to a made competent jurors, for the trial of /'r, ,
bad been no such mother! or other maternal to be made or done concerning land which Sec. 4. Jlc further enacted, That:: iran, such legul.itions/ a.* may hereafter be established criminals within this Territory and in the 1r'-: '
kindred living at the death of the infant, saving shall have descended to them. person shall get permission aforesaid, tl) by the Legislative Council of this Ter- trial of civil causes for the rec very of debts L
l, however, to such mother any right ol 20. That the doctrine of the right (,f survivorship erect a mill or other works, and shall fail to litory.S and damages to any amount whatsoever. > .?
; dower which she may have in such real in cases of real and personal! pro- erect the same: for the space of two years after "c. 3. And be it further enacted, That i it Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That so ", \. I
estate ()inheritance. perty held by joint, tenants, shall not he allowed the date of said permission, or having shall nut be lawful for any other person to, much of the eighth section of an act entitled v *
11. And where an infant shall die without l in this Territory, and no real estate erected tho) same, shall afterwards sufler them cstahli: or keep a ferry on said river.within I "An act for the summoning of grand and 1.?,.'i m e
issue having title to any real estate of inheritance shall be entailed in thi> Territory. to !go down and remain vacant for two years till ec miles of! the ferry herein established t petit jurors, and for other purposes," as T ; l
derived by gift, devise or descent from 121. Be further enacted, That alien'r of without attempting) to re-establioli; the same, unless: the same he for( his, her. or jheir own, comes within the purview of this act, shall
the mother and there he living at the deathof :. any country or nation whatever, may purchase every such person shall loo"a the right whichhe exclusive use, and not for the purpose of receiving be and the same is hereby repealed. Y r a,
such infant, his mother, or any brother or hold, enjoy sell, convey or devise she, or they had: acquired In said permission ? toll except upon roads laid out by order Passed, November 13th, 1829. .r,
sister of such infant: on the part of the mo any lands and tenements in this Territory to or by the previous erection ol said of the Government of the United States, t
ther or the maternal grandfather, or the the same extent and with the, same right as mill or other works. and this act fhhll be in full force and effect AN ACT r
grandmother of the infant, or any brother citizens of the United States. Sec ':a. lie it further en acted, That it shall from and :after its passage.faucti To alter and change the time holding the &t
Of sister of the mother, or an; descendant of 22. Ile it further enacted, That nothingin be the duty, of all owners of grist: inilu I >> November 17th, 1829.! County Court of Washington' and Walton R
any of them, then such estate shall descend' the forgoing sections contained, shall be throughout! this Territory, or persons employed counties. t'
and pass to the maternal kindred without regard construed so as to effect the rights of any i in keeping the same, who grind for Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative
to the father or other paternal kindred : person or jll'rsolls'csted in him, her or toll, to grind each persons grain taken to his AN ACTTo Council of the Territory of Florida, "
of such infant: in the same manner as there them by any law heretofore existing in this or their mill, in tho order in which the same establish' a Superior Court in Hamilton That the county courts of the county of
)iad been no such father or other paternal Territory. be received, not giving: a preference to any County. Washington shall hereafter be held on tho
kindtcd; fiY'ng; at the death of the infant, saving 23. And be it further enacted, That all particular person, to the exclusion or Injuryof Tie it enacted by the Governor and Legislative second Mondays of March! and September in {
however, to such' father the right which acts and parts of acts now in force, and coming another, and that no owner of a mill, or Council of the Territory of Florida,, each and every year, at Stephen Roach's
ho may have as tenant by the courtesy in I within the purview of this act, shall band other employed in keeping the same, shall That it shall be the duty of the Judge of the bluff on Relines! creek until the county seat 1
be allowed! retain as toll for grinding Superior Court, of the Middle District of for said shrill have p
the said estate inheritance.. the same aic- hereby repealed. This act to any county been permanently
12. But no right in the inheritance shan! I shall be in force Ii omit and ;after t the first day corn, or other grain, more than one eighth Florida, to hold a term of said court, at the established.
occur to any person whatever, other than to of January one thousand eight hundred and part of the same. county seat of Hamilton county, on the first Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the
children of the intestate, unless! they be in thirty. Sec. 6. lie it further enacted, That if any Monday of December, 1330, and on that: county courts, of the county Walton shall i'JT'
being, and capable in law to take as'heirsat Passed 12th lXo\"( mb( ','1829. owner of a mill or other I person keeping the lay, ill each and every year thereafter. hereafter. be held on the first Mondays of ;
the time of the int"statcsdeath. -. same, shall refuse to grind any corn or oilier Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That i it March and September in each and every i"
13. And where for want of issue of the AN ACT grain brought to his mill for that purpose, in shall be the duty of the clerk of the Superior'p'ear I|i at the seat of justice in said county.
intestate and of father, mother, brothers and To provide for the erection of Mills and its proper turn and time and in a proper manner court of Jellerson county, to turn over, and I Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That thor
sisters, and their descendants:' the inheritance other Water :Machines. I such mili being in order to grind the (deliver the clerk of the Superior court of twenty third and twenty fifth-sections of an -
is before directed to go by moieties to fir it enacted by the Governor and Legislative same, or shall retain more than one eighth ]Hamilton county, all papers; relating to any :: act establishing! the boundaries of the coun-
the paternal and maternal kindred, if there Council of the Territory of Florida, for toll, every such person; guilty of any of suit that may be pending in said court, after I' tics of this Territory, and appointing the
should be no such kindred oil the one part, That whenever any person owning lands in said offences, shall be liable to a fine of the next May term of said court, where the i. time holding county courts, Approved the
the whole shall go to the other part, and if this Territory, on any water course, the bed twenty dollars, to be recovered before any defendant resides:: in Hamilton county, an i, 23d November, 1828 ; be, and the same is, ,
of the for the use of the order of the Judge being first had and ob i repealed and this full
there be no kindrod either on the one partor whereof belongs to himself, may desire to justice peace person hereby act to be In
the other, the whole shall go to the wifeor erect a water grist mill or other machine, or suing for the .same, Provided, that nothing tained. 1 force and effect from and after its passage.
husband of the intestate, and if the wifeor engine of public utility, and shall not have herein contained shall be construed to'prevent Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That so I Passed Kith Non>mbeJ, 1829. I'
husband be dead, it shall go to her or his the fee simple property to the lands on theopposite any owner or person employed in keeping much of the eighth section of an act to provide .
kindred in the like course as if such wife or side thereof, against which he would a mill from grinding his own grain at for the holding terms of the Superiorcourts AN ACT
husband had survived the intestate, slid then abutt his dam, he shall make application fora any time, and to the exclusion any other for the counties therein mentioned,t Authorising Lewellin M. Robinson to establish -
died entitled to the estate. writ of ad quod damnum, to the county person. as gives to the Superior court of Jefferson u ferry across tho Oeklocltucu iivur.
14. And in the cases before mentioned, court of the county where the lands proposed Passed, lOih November, 1829. county, jurisdiction over all offences against: Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative *
Where tin inheritance is directed to I Ito pass for abutment are, having prov4ously) given ten the criminal and penal laws of this Territory ;:I Council of the Territory Florida,
thp ,)<:(ending and collateral kindred days notice of such application to the owner AN ACT committed within the county of Hamilton -, That Lewellin M. Robinson be, and ho is t
of, tlia i'ltcstatr! ; if part; ,,such collaterals be of such lands, his rsentarattorneyy and the To chango the time of holding lima Superior and also over all civil suits, or actions, hereby vested with ,full right and power to a
ff the whole blood of the intestate, and said court shall thereupon order mho aforesaid I Courts ofVestFlorida, in Jackson roulIJy.i arrising within said county, or appellate jurisdiction establish a ferry .across :hfl Ocklocknee,
:'thcr (part; of ilm half blood only, those, of writ to tC issued, directed to the sheriff i lie it enacted by the Governor and Legislative of the judgments and decisions of at or near the mouth of Little river, and at
!pe l'':!\ln:lood -t hl: !!l inherit: ont half as much of tho cOllnt)', commanding: him to summon Council of the Territory Florida, of the county court of said county, be, and or near: the Point, where the road from the
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Affairs Messrs. Bell Lump.' o\('*, t no \; holo or most of iVc
interesting to ;l.c Plantci( it:n On India"] w England u:.
I town of Magnolia to the mouth of Uutk) I pM'-{' of impoi ration fora back country much lion the: ,interior which oFtorila.11eolvedThat u- }5nrliruiary. kin, Hinds, Siorrs of Conn., Hubbard, Gaithdr to lessen Judge Thompson's duties on that:

Comfort, strikes tho said river, as directed tc I more extensive, than that just described. the Cd'iiteo on .. i. and-Lewif. -" *,, rOn hlc, and fdd New-Jersey to hS.eircnit, on '

he laid out, by nn order of thc county court But these nrc views somewhat more extensive trtJrwd 1qhiWffC' into I hft r.1-, Foreign Affairs.-Messrs., Archer,, tuc oth ,,." The remainder of Jljdgo-" ;Washington's

of Leon, dated! October 18, 1327 ; with nil than simple topography<< I must ihierforecherk (\- culture be ftArtii ionipilatinni/; : Everett 6f tnss., Tailor, P fkuWildCraW-' former circuit might thciit* added to
of oilier frrrivs the' ('\ur c of my reflect ions for pedien of pro"ifJin I i '
the rights'Rnd privileges J fordiind Barnwe-ll. the fbtthli (Maryland &c.) and thus, three
the c"tithlinn of nip Sugar I ,
rules) tWprvent least I should be suspected of a h Treatise on I
the river and subject to the same 1
same circuits fornird
being nut of what now
nd t hankering to deal in the marvelous. B. Can, nnd the Publication nud HefinpiiM ntof On Military Affairs.Alcssrs. Drayton are

regulations. --- -- Sugar, including the I most modern improveineitt i Vance, Desha, Findlay, Blair of S. C.: four, a new Judge might be placed; at the

Passed, 20th November, 1829. I ; ,grort, the i& '""//*Try aRtl the vl'rtc, vitt "* *. And "Iso l into the exp ',iHonry of re- Mitchell!\ and Speight. I West, and the claims of the new states for

sjn.effturt itag find a congenial soil anti climate. tn questing the !sielei.t; of'tlte United Stales On Naval "airs-Messts. Hoffman, the extension of the Judiciary of the United
those vkieh arc domed too teithont eotrpenninif or
lila nwrin!!, product! cotton poor, rice, or Indian corn. Did to c.iuso to bn procured, through the com- Cro\vninsniclt1.l\1i11cr, Ripley, CarsonDor- Slates to them, satisfied without an exorbitant

; : Topography.PENSACOLA. Ihc inlrofttirtuin foreign productions, which nra\ also wanders of our public armed vessels! and our sey and White, of N. Y. and unwieldly increase of the Bench. Thft?

'-=-,=- -:..:: require a efuutgc ofhaJntf, neither easy, nor rapid. .' Cmwil, abiOiiil, such varieties, e>f the SugarCane On Ag. icuhur-l\..*. Spencer N. is a measure not unlikely lo be adopted.1'
Thc nmoiutt of cotton it onrrattd. !lltefomtiui, .
; cr jMtrts i'f counties vh'trh trill form the tack eonntrg': as may bu best adapted to the soil and Y. Wilson] Rose, Smith of Pa., Standifcr, i ,
'
A stranger on looking around on the sands :: 'Li nsftfvta, arc in Alabama, Batter' and Conecuh, cttroatcof ihe United States. Dfjbcrry.and Chandler. Ii nocJl :s

of Pcnsncola] nml the neighboring sterile Wet nf the Cvnrciih river, ard Corington, Dill, """"'If .- On the Territories.-Messrs. Clark of i I Accompanying the President's Alcssagc. 1
'i Pike, "mIHurT!!. Haft of that rirer. The utttlement o i ;
pine lands, very naturally asks where ix i the tlwf Counties is r mpnr.tircly rcry recent; perhapstrtrretly Ky., Green, Crcighton, Armstrong, Angel, -
back country to support this place ? having : MX or cis-litycart since '!,ri!' commencement. \ Wft are Authorized to annonnce Samuel Fry Cowles' and W. B. Shepartl. N1LVT 4JU)1J-l'rel'ent and pmpJ.

described the town and immediate vicinity, It cannot Ar erjfcctul, that they trill t/ct afford much forTiarkcl. Esquire) M Candidate for the office of Clerk of the On Military Pensions.-Messrs. Bates, INAAY: COMMISSIONERS OFFICE ) "
If{ in jirr they should contain n papulau County Court of Escumbiu. Will! October, 1829.
this years )
endeavor
to
I: will now answer reasonable Fcn ward Chilton Hammons
rf thirty t/ivnsand fottls, which I don't think en j jftratayant Lecompt, Sm :-The Commissioners of the Navy
question. calculation then trill then hare.from ten totirrnty Bockoe and I oril. I -
It is true the tract of pine woods between tlwlISflntbalc$ ofcntlon.for cjrpartation, bcs "rlr.s The friends Adnm Gordon Esquire, announce On Revisal and Unfilii.shod, Business. !,I have given to the subjects to which by your

the Perdido and Escambia, can give support lumber and nard stares. The county -f Escambia, him as a Candidate for tl.r. Office( of Clerk of the Messrs. Pearce Reed and Pearson.On letter of the 13th nlt. you were pleased to direct
,
to a 'cry thin population, and can bo employed I H'altmi, and part nf ll'ashinulvn and,'(f(!.yon,irill alstt County Court of K.-rainbia. Accounts, -Messis. HalsfyS\van and the Inquiries} all the attention and consideration -
It l\nsacola and in hare
,
| dependent on fire yean may tvliich their limited
-
little opportunity
tu'cry advantage except for a population often fifteen thousand sunk. In addi I H roti ti hen d.
rearing stock, or for the immediate supply of tiiin to (citttiin naral storey, lumber, Sfc.. they trill hare We aw authorized to announce 3Ir.Jamr.i: Pendlc- On Expenditures in the Department of I I and time admitted, and they now respectfully -

the market. The same: thing may be said, '. fii::ar, mtJasfcs mid trine far efporlatitm On Holmes ton, ai,* a Candidate for tlw O/Ilce ofdherilFof: K:-- State. -Messrs. Eai II Sill and King of N.Y. submit the result.

with blight exceptions, of the shores of the :! fallen, l't hec 1'a'liy! and Alaqua. the Fanners very cambia County.STANDING On : of, Treasury.Messrs. The plans of the several Navy yard's: indicate
generally, turn thiir'attention to thr susarcanr, and it Expenditures
bay; ; of the peninsula on the other !side<
of the country on the Perdido. The produce ; it cannot lie said, that Peatacola 13 trilhoiit a back coun- COMMITTEES OF TilE SEX in the of of officers' quarters, store houses \

of the pine forest, lumber, turpentine, : try. It will be f efficient to gire the place a gradual ;: ATE OF THE UNITED STATES. War. Expenditures Messrs. Maxwell] of Department Va. Alulilcn ship houses, blacksmith*' sliops.tiinbcrsheds; ] '

and tar, may perhaps amount to something, ffroirth, and if na .treat impulse number; and after she Acquires I I On motion of Mr. WOODUHY, the Senate burg clOd- Crocket. timber docks, spar sheds, boat sheds, &c-
capital a sufficient nf enterprising men,
but upon this, I do noi found any sanguine she., will then fin to takeadrantage of her naMe harbor, proceeded by ballot; to the election of a l On Expenditure\ in the; Navy Depart with time dry docks in progress at Norfolk ;:'

calculation. The hack country of Pensacola an.! fine position to enter into commerce en a more Chairman of the Committee on Finance ; ment.-Messrs. A. II. Shei.pcrel, Bartlcv and at Boston ; and tho paper A. will shew

i ii, at a considerable distance, but from its l'Ill'lltlnl'sralc-/fr hack country if I may be allovvd when, Mr. SMI Fit, of i\d.< was oloctedviih- IT"r' } the number and ilc'.rription of ships in ordina- '
the expression, will be in front of her, it trill he the ( ans) md le> sf.t.-s -,nd condition
situation is as naturally connected, as if thatdistance On'an. j jI ont opposition. On Expenditures in the Post Office Department. ry, : ; of each.

were much less. The lands upon// XmrJticfisnn County-the population has increased The President, ( %Ir. Smith of Md.) then .-.'\Icssr Yauccy, Burst and Tire! curry a* io the number of Navy

the Conecuh, and on its Western branches, i 'ofict' "lUlf."aml-b"t the principal part of their tr&lc 0 nnnonnced the appuiutnieni of the StandingCommittees Scott. Ylf\h\ iu-.v rs::>M! :;>hril and in eperation, isone

Murder creek, Scpulgus, and Burnt Corn, ; gutS' dozen the Ippatachirola rirrr I as follows :- On Expenditures (JO the Public Buildings. of :omit ::nipirir.cc ns 10 command the

arc of the first quality. and in bodies sufii- --- --- _- On Foreign rdtlliolls-M'ssl's. Ta/.e- Messrs. Spiitrnr, Bailey and Swift. most oifrurst attention and investigation.

ciently extensive to. support a respectable well, Sandfoid I, While' I5ell, and Kinir." SELECT: COMMITTEES.On ] I The Ccnunissiuners: arc fully sensible that

ci1o1 Settlements) have been fOi, tiled aAzthE1'NSACt.t On l"'illallcrI'. Smith) of ,Alt.,, Internal I mpreJ\'mcnts.-Mcssr its tlisciission may excite strong local feelingsand

within two or three years, In this part of the Smith! : of S. C..Sil.xbcc, King; andJohnstoOn ) lomphilj, Blair of Tenn., Hayncs, LetchcVinton they are aware of the responsibility of
Mate Alabama; and it was confidently cal- -- Commerce- \ essl'I.Woodbury}[ Join any opinion they may express upon the subject -
SATURDAV, .J.91h: li5JO. Craig of Va., and ntmm.:
ciliated, that nearly t'n thousand bales, of -. __' __'_' ** --i iWe stem, SiKbee, Jlldford and Forsyth. On the l\lilitia.-l\Iessrs. Thompson oj r r ; but referring exclusively to the wabiasI -
I
cotuni would be brought from ;hem, from I I On ..'ffl1uifnrturc-Messrs. Dickers: Gi... of PH. sed dictates of their judgment in tho performance '
Weeks
arc in.li'l tt.i to the Hon. J. M. \VIit I loi' .J-,. I King Barrinjrer, Craig
J : iin
Fort Dale, &.c. to Pcnsaco, this season. 2 U tingles, Knight, Seymour ail! Cibb. I.l.t IY.. Kincaid; and Cahoon.On ; of an important official duty' and .
cunjrnt nrcompan\in the rrisiilcnl'd! A. ,
The Conecuh discharges larger body of I Mrss-T.; On _1-r'icllltlrc-Mf', Alarks, WilvjNohle ', claiming: the indulgence which'' a liberal communily .
sjrciiy:| :Ia! 1)flihIC, \vo rh.ill; lay lien. !hf'fr.-t'l'Ilr rralCI' !- Retrench mcnt.Messrs.VickhitTe,I will) fail
water than the Delaware lords( g-ooel< |: M'Leau, and Seymour.On ) not to extend to honest flffurts
Coulter Davis of Mist. Lamar Coke
!' Tlir Documents( tear tI1'e( t 'tI"'iu'iy ofthiitoIjiiiiHMor ,
navigation for two or three hundred n ies! ililVei-ciit Military Affairs_ -Mes r?. Rtjitor; ), looking solely 'lo the advancement: of
: \ : iicIIenli I : 'of tc! : D(' Htintinrton; and DC Witt.On '
nd when few obstruction shall! be Barnard Trotip, I IlcndricUs and Livingj-toi the public good, they approach the question
:; a : renuncd pnl'llIf'III., amlc.uumt fail to liengthru the; coiifl.icnrol'tlic : : tho Census.-Mossrs.. Storrs of New
occasioned fallen the navi f On // .- Uilitia-Me/ ) H.intanl T\J her with a confidence propotioned to the sincer-
by trees ,
(people in lu pK-gf i-t Ainiini! : t.itoii.Fiomtlic : :: York, Crane, Johns, Everett of Vt., Rich
ration will bo good as that of the C..lltnn'f'c'''CInton, Dudley, au.i 'tililc. ity of heir conviction
as Alahama.1 Documcnto: we lwc: iclrfrtj! : :ird.)',), Boon and Cooper.
It is that of nOII ,,' : On Naval AJ'uirs; --:Me<;"rs. I Iaiii' T.i7R. "Is not the number! of Navy Yards greater -
supposed' a great part produce I cr 1'f'I"1I"1 Iil dI; (' a-t.i jed of :i"1y 1ar.l! II!!I:II ( ; On the Presidential Election.-MrssnMo .
of Montgomery county, will find its I I wt' pi ct-univ wj'l lie intrrc'F iinq: to our! rrd'*. It i is: :\asi well, KobbinsV"odhuryf and \\'dtcr.: Dniliy Caison Lea MHrtindalc I than :s consistent either with economy,or
j Haynos,
,
way to market by this! river. The branches :! :;urt thi"'l O'l Public Iflilfl.-'Mc>srs UaJ tell, L'r:. and the wants of the seivice 1"
1'ptH.H
of the Conecuh, just mentioned, are all navigable /' |.Iare dumM. !I.u :ilioliklird! tljat\'nrl.!. uf Iie.\\: d-jui 1 :;li '. injisfon. K.tne; Kllis: inll JJ/' i\inhry.. hhtights.NEXI.OiIH. To maintain any one yard beyond the

the: Srpnlgus, which is the largest, eIH nut i-Micr ( '!T l>ni,"l-nr. It rareiot li; dt't.ie !. that \l:- I '(it: Private Laii'f t '!tli'I1--JJ!-.,'rs. IJnr -- number necessary for building and equiping

forty or fifty miles, oven in its present state, r crU lIra"! ill ; si.-t more l-.ii!: '.,' feet, rai% enter o.-r ill 1'.. 1 net. Barton, Kane, ( ;rIll1l1y, and :Sj.ramio.;, :: POJ SETT. our ships with the utmost: despatch, can, iz
I hor with ,-.Uf' ni.d pn ft('rt s:fctj, :ind] t\c nr<- inf.irinc.1, 1: !I' view be considered consistent
bin( it will be navigable much further on 3iiauticnl On Indian iiP. :',>-J/essrs.: White, A ccntlrman of Boston informs! the Edijs flu as either
,,
tlirt 11.t !, ii i iI
'
ill ( (( ; no 1'0:1: e.sicrr.fd
'
clearing out the channel, as there j is no deficiency !I thc "vic, Tioup[ 1 Hrndiie-ks, Dudley, ami Hcntiii.! tClI nf tile !Massirhu: ets Journal that Iniint with economy or the wants of the service.It .
hole !'t.t: !lier.l l'i.n! : rciis--cob. TIc Of
; ?!; j. c (
of There aicsevi-r.il bundledthoind I ") i'laims-Mi-ws. llties: Hull Chc'sel'o at New Yoik fi{ with i is obvious that the greater the numter
water. ; !
I d'-rprninj! ,' tin-. |Iral' lc n ; a v : iq ah.-ady -n a-rii.ttfd! : I, and I ii|:(<'
acres of good upland on their waters ', Uu\criiiatn: i* m.n ill il.c I |"or Io'cHi.;..:i t':1: Rf.p0j' f-1I11, > and,) JI'J d'ifl.;: ueiiiluiian who had just airived direct Iron i of Navy Yards, the dealer must necesnaiflvbe '"

anti in the course of a tow years the II ono ot tl.r. 1,0-t frin-tij-: ; :' iaecu: : of nUci.ii.r.ry I On llic. ..r"rlitiar.JJc.IHowaJl. : : Mexico! at NOW York by! way of Vera C.iuz ( the expense. A yard, usrd for generat

country: will contain a large and wealthy' (C-ipt. Chwr) wI&.: i'&ii lio l.nsUarly lclml1Hractlthlt JI' in1cj',r,'cb' ft'r, I Ilayne, and FrclingllUY.n. Tb'j Mexican was a merchant of respectability purpose..', that is, for building, repairing,

population. Almost every week boats are : the" !):ir oft'ensaruLi: I.:"tl.I,' c.it lit: II. dl| dc"'p) .s(. ] and ho: gave the following! interesting equipping, and victualling a Navy, require

:seen: bore laden] with produce from these ('JOtI'lI, II) :iinit! vra-eU if il.i gl'..'.lll'.-: diai-t! ;;! ffl, On the Pint! Office and Post Jioads. and extraordinary account. ueaily a full set of officers to superintend ir,

settlements, and occasionally: some cotton : I I Jie MIII i.f'KO.W) !tt dol'ar.r!!: (iu-ie.;,! ?u'--. "j, Xl;ill|| :IM.srs.i = I'ibb, ilti: net, For-ylh, Ellis and A few days: before be departed from tho although it may be only occasionally used for

but the season Ins not \cl armed, for the] I I pn.l'ub'r\ ll conifnd" tl.ju a.. u-Jum-e i.m: ,: pla.1! | $";/'l1Ionr. cily Mexico] Mr. Poinsett, our Minister such purposes. The principle of accountability .

planters send their crops to nnrket : r.nd<<1 up'-ii the I leimanaiu-y' of ilm wuK. and! "iLita.d: 'O,! PaisldTir..-Messr:?. Holmes, 1'oot was' waited upon in the dusk of the eveningby in each yard being necessarily the same.
laifiire: iiaUr:i; : lo tihili.Vni! U... | ,.f | I ihe same checks must be maintained
I 'r PI'l\ system -
from th. last accounts, it appears' that the I I ) Chase, and Chamhcis.On : a prison, who delivered! at the door a.

rot will lcs <:jn tnc quamit* *... \. ii,1but ?,., I mall 1 b l'- ''l"i In Jir !'.;"I;j"74,not]::!the!, ant c.w.V: lit'II"loll hI\tt-r\I"'I': !lill(,"!, :1/1.1 the rtiifrirf nf! CO1l1Z1)Ul.-MessiChair.eis .-<;. message from the MinUipr of Foreign! Affair, whether the amount .of the expenditure bo

there is no doubt it will! be consideraUe.: .11 ), ; Tyler, I IloliiH-s I Clayton, awl mjursting his [Mr. Puinseta's[ immediate.. Urge or otLorYv-.ac. i* ynrds, not distantly
llI're Ii' ( en ,
: "' 'I !IIP \'Iriaj"11 III' tll/' 1 ;::"lt used for
i .t general
The lands! for some distance up the Ls- Inch al'iinin: Spragllr>. aiiriulane-o( at .the Bureau of Foreign Affair.{ purposes, some of the
l-Ih.,1 f.u-t
fuiticii-iii 1 ri-liiii! : Uiu i k.i oltin1 .1 subaltern officers
rambia, perhaps} for fifty mile--, are very low t \\"ik ii"| hi'ni<: p iiliin'iit.: On; Contingent Fund.-Messis. Kane, -This: messenger was not admitted within I might, probably be dispensed
with but
near the i\er, and arcMil'ject to lie iiuuida- x', 4' ]1Iau' i-'tn\ci.-td I I uiitinctrr.d; i iiili-ll; cnt <.f.i,r<'r.-, ,f t I;"('tI'hi, ;and Kni'jht.i the door the prrcnution having been takenror I ; not in sufficient number to affect .

Ted, although the bottoms an''f'l)' wide, and Jic\\y! wlt.j.-c ojiuiui.a.U.i| miiliilin wnglit;; ami; c.mit.ojaii.u I. Oil Eii,: rossfdills.; \\ .-:Messrs. Marks, some time so to confine the door by a materially, the aggregate amount ot ex.

covered with the finest hinter! of every
f cription. Above the junction of the Ls-:: >.CCUUM: ), and il I is ll.firdrcsdcd: tipini.in ili.a; I'si I ti.t; On motion ol' Hr.xnuK'Ks I I : it waiResolved admit the passage of a ninn, unless the chain system.Were.

rambia with the Conecuh, the laud on this "r KrVi>u annul lie m.ulu a plu'I.f| ,1"I'i u ,,r jjcitral : Tliat! :.1 :Select Committee.1, to were unlocked for that purpose, but only to we to disregard economy plausible

river become better adapted: to cultivation, ; I rriuUi.uPauJ their upiniuiid; : :uc tbiinrd fiom consist of five ineniUbe) ; i'ppointed) ;; on the admit of conters-.ition. Air. Poiuscttsus* reasons might be assigned, eten for anin..

the Conn lib i is the principal;, stream, the lung )pi.Tsuii.il! cleiaiioii alilI espniiiiie in the tiulf subject of Iloads; and Canal, \\illi leave torepoi prctcd some sinister de ign from the nnprereitted creased number of)'ards. It might be urged
A' .Mex'i-o.; Lie rcitainty of t1iiai.e; at Key Went i isiloue honr which this raade that multiplying their number, would multi-
former i is in fret of but little import/nee. t by bill or otherui.se.Messrs. at request was ,
I have} no iloubt lint that in a few years, : fiilTK-ient i ell pu-cUidc' the! si lection i>f that nhu.itioi I : I 1I. 1U1ri'ks, Taylor, Webster, and returned for answer that he should call on ply the chances reaching one of them in
ant! Turnigin )i.. lr' Iwu!, ifuClt111'' -. I Cd)es ol : distress
:( tmergenr-sucb as iiV
steam boats will be introduced on the Es- Dudley, and Rubles, weie appointed; : to be ilie I 1\1\ busier! in the nlUrnin This answer
At pirn-ill our lim.u |'n.\cnt tis.fiiiii iiciiig:; into this ek-liwreel and) Mr. P. storms or disasters in battle; but when wclook -
c-mbia: or Conecuh, and will ply regularly{ the committee. Mas on applying at
UbJ('( f :i:1; full)' :\\ecou; ! between this place and the f.dls: of Conecuh, will it. On motion of Mr. SANFORD, it W;.$ I lie window saw Si xty( men neJnut his house, our prwont yards,
r'III11. there bui few of them that claim) V
anm(1Vlth knives and The are can a
or some other point on the river, where produce Resolved, That a select committco be appointed bludgeons.:
i Mexican hu! doubt hat the intention decided preference, evrn on this, the mcst
can be shipped to toC'nsacola.TlltI to conside-r the state of the currentoins I ro! was

we have a back country, which: we can with ':1A( JJjt.t.- rda'on! tulti! > -Iip) ,, flf\hose Ib'4iutto : and report such amendments: of the 10 obtaiu admission by siratagem, murder the favorable, but certainly fallacious: view of lhajubjcct.
4 in the laws house.
safety depend upon, to give us course xistinn concerning coins, as may be
Ven futrrtaiui-d, a gliniincr ofhope i ioc: iw.-entecl--: I only when the wind shall to befair.
( happen
But this is the oxlraoidi-inar
of a few exports to the amount of a \V deemed expedient. nm only,or most
years caw \e 'crday a pentlrma-i: who arrived hen }
Its
in winter its in
million of dollars. I' three d!:,>,; apo! in the I"ChlHner Uiu-l Sain from Havana Mr. Sanford, Mr. Dickerson. Mr. Living- )' par! of the gentlemen's .narrative. \Vhilehe snow storms fogs

But t1.ii. is not the only hop' o1' Pcnsacola. \: lie iiifuniiH Uo, tlmt almulthf loth .\onnberi ton, Mr. Iredell, and Mr. Ta/.ewell were was on ihe road between Mexico\ and spring and fall, present serious and frequently:
I Hntisli! packs arri-ird at havana fromVra Cruxihifh Vera CPIZ with in the insuperable difficulties. Tho same objections -
The lands or. the Choctnwhatchy, a river Appointed to be the committee. travelling a company I
n-iiorlrd' that she:; had! slok.,1 the U. S. ship apply, with cunsidcrableforceto Portsmouth
-
which discharges! itself into St. Rosa's !stage, ihie'ywere! arrested by a band ruffians;,
bay, : bract .li! New York Philadelphia
be fertile. has I ol .M5tannlendend the COMMITTEES lu se-e if Mr, Poiuselt was them it Hampshire,
are known to it been latch a> hy Packet. Our i ii il1firmallt STANDING: OF TIlE among
explored by several gentlemen from Aluba-: I < not positive' as to the fart hut thinks that it wa:; HOrSE: OF HEPliESENTATIVES. laving been reported that he was to leave 1 I and nsacola., a-re all objectionable
said the HoriiMt had thrown her guns overboard' 1 Mexico at this time. The narrator of these as neither of them is easily accessible; and I
-I rna: part of whom crossed the Conecuh, anctHc i #' On Ilcctions-'cssls: Alston, Tucker,
Yellow Water, and part ascended the' 1: The f.irgr>inj{ we copy frUlII the Bahill10rc1I11'ril'1I1; ; Claiborne, Randolph' Joluuon of Ten., facts being closely inn filed in a cloak, was a the two latter cannot be entered by ships of.t
: \Ve fear tanner there i i. tome ini.uke: about iI. WeliMcrnnvcrMd of Hia. oak any great draught evenat high water,
sound to the entrance of the Bay of St. Ilosa : Ue'ckman and ColenJ ln. paiiicular object scrutiny. was
"ith a geiu1emin \\|h" left lI.nan" nlmutti.c lithe number Navy Yards
They favorably of the country On Ways and l\1tans.-Meg! McDuf-- roughly thrown open, and his features close. were eofiVred
report very 17lh ofl.iM n.niith
,
sever.il
: d-ij nftrr ;
Unele the number
the
I : ::)5ainiaileil. : to for the
and the prevailing opinion at present is i thai :; ; He l.e.rd..f no Buch re.:()r, a.! in"irtiii su Lithe II'I fie, Verplanck, Dwight, Smyth of Va. In- Iy examined ; aid when at length the assail- or in war,necessary servicein
1 I uitsbecamo satisfied of their mistake of peace many advances wouWleault.
thcrcnre extensive bodies of trood! lands upon i general I"imprih-ion at 11./ ww that the gersoll, Oilmoic and Overtoil. one
Hornett8l.iP The
would
the rivers mentioned. The of;: \\' On Claims. Messrs. Williams Wl ittle- hem drew the back of his knife across his eXP n4cS bo reduced;
just pro-luce! \\: ; C publish below a corrert libt i-l, tire Oljjcci. and
_ those lands will\! of course be (nought to ., \\|,irli u.i* furui'ht'J. by Puitje 1'otlin-er; the day sey, Barber of Conn., J/cIntirc, Ramsay,, throat with a decisive action. saying, "it is und I'flicie..cy grcatl) promoted : systen;

Pcnsacola, and will increase its commerce l hefcrc t-alliu::. Lea; and Lent. lucky fur him that it is not he." uu'ornilv might be moro easily pierved .

Beyond this country, and towards the J\ PIH- LIST OF OFFICERS. On Commerce.-Messrs. Cambreleng,, ,*!? the, and the accountability
lachicula, there is a large body of fine l.md, OTWI :\OKRIS Esq. Commander. Newton, (;urhlIulIarv'y, Sutherland, Howard Extra t of a letter from the Washington I direction, rendered more certain innS
called the Chipola situated river of I Lieiit; ,laulp.-lhOlel; II. %IsrKev,Jesse SmitSi! John andVayne.. precise. By reducing tko>> number of yard*,
upon : I U I l-omasi I John correspondent of the N. Evening lot
ec :", L. 11:ulli!It II n. more ","ork1'o.dd necessarily have
that name, but which is not traced upon anymap.3 !, :-:Iilin! :.! .Marter.-Edwaid Selici'mcrharn. On. Public Lands.-Messrs.I.[ acks, Jennings dated December 12. i to be
The of this will :-='11::I.'tt-\\jll'Min Bir'hniorc.Ps1us'.I.RotH'I't Duncan Hunt Potter Irvin of Ohio I Jone ot each. This would enable the Government -
produce country II ,, "There are few subjects of greater interest -
I'oITcner. I to artificers
also be brought to Pensacola, either by the ami Clay. concentrate ship car-
here
A..i.tllt SIIr.u-JIsI)r. \Vlit'lil1. -or, iudccd, after the grand measures and other
Appelachccola, or the Choctawhatchy;, ; the I''W' )',,",,-n-rJ'n.e8! N. F''milt l Rirl.e. R. Swift, On Post Office.-Messrs. Johnson of of public and nation I pcoters t necessary mechanic*,and
polic-of
settlements will at all events, be more or less; ;, \Edwin Vaiii.gtoii) l.aub., Ricllard GurtBvuii L. TilKhman R. A. JJ.ooke., Charles Samuel A. Can-L Km., Conner, Magee, Hodges Russell,, real importance>> than the filling up the more vacancy give Government them constant would have employment it iu its,power and the to 'J

dependant on this place. Thus, if we were II 'II. McCreery and: Campbell.
v the Bench of the United States Supreme
I on select and retain in service the valuable .
even to admit that the whole of our pine Captaill', Clerk.-Tliomn, Kirk. On the Distriot of Columbia.Messrs,. Comt mado the death most
i Mltltler'l'Mate.-Thomas RulJinton.I by ofJndgo at fixed and moderate wages. We
i land are uninhabitable and useless, yet herei3 I Gunner.-John Bonn: Powers, Alien, Washington, Varaum, Ta. Washington.. Many successors arc talkedof. should the inconveniences to which
sufficient extent of the very finest soil Sail! Maker-John Adams.Steward. liaferro, Ibric and Sew nies. escape
Air. of
Chief
I .-JolinK. Ream. '. Binney, Philadelphia, we arc now exposed, by employing mechanics .
necessarily dependent on this place', to nourish ) On the icinry.-l\Iessrs. Buchanan I
Justice Gibson, of the Supreme Court ofPensylvania at so many different points lo execute the
an extensive commerce. I place out of j The J' ung C'6t on of die late Gen. Jbruilton of New Wickliffe, Storrs of N. Y., Davis of S. C., ; Judge Wilkins, of Piltsburg, public woiks, and discharging them when

view the probable consequences, of this town Yurko Bouldin, Ellsworth and White of Lou. and Mr. Baldwin, are all named from Penn- I such woiks are done.
rising to importance & acquiring commercial t Son of tIielateCl. Foirjth oithe Ride Corps. On Revolutionary Claims.-Messrs. flu r. I
sylvania. If the selection should be made This state of things not only compels as

capital, in attracting a portion of the product The U ev. James N. Maffitt, a dirtinRiiiishcd prrarheioftlie pes, Dickinson, Fry, Wingate, Goodenoxv,, from that state, I should conjecture the frequently to pay high wages, but to acceptihe
from that of Louisiana which lies west of :Milio connexion hat been Young and Brown.
part I appointed a Chap- Chief Justice to be the most! probable one- services ofinferior men-those
the Mississippi, & on the lakes to the e.-M: o If'" hiiiiiii: the t.'. S. Navy.Mr. On Public Expeuditl1rfJs.Iessra.. Hall, though of this I speak merely from general] ing the most skill become discontented possess when

it, or the probable connection whit the settlement I 1..roc Davenport of Va., Loon, Maxwell of N. Y. impressions.! Mr. AI'Lane, of Delaware, discharged, and will never return unless
lin hid oflic ol I'rellidt'ntoCthe
? resijjned
on the Flint and ChatahoucliN s..: Vi.cinM: C. ineiition, and the Hon. P. P. Barboucunaimoi Spencer of Md., Thompson of Ohio, and nnd P. P. Barbour. Virginia,are also talked from necessity. By having S.. Yaid and

Should Pcnsacola acquire a (population: (It ; ,,:o' .leetrd to succeed htm. Mr. M. has al.qLeisjr.l ; Norton. of. In the mean while, I feel! satisfied those judiciously arranged aod provided

eight or ten thousand !ouk, with a proportionate -. hi"resignation u* a member of that body. Be. On Private! Land Claims-Messrs that no appointment will be made (nor ought I with the necessary conveaicBccj, much

capital, and taking into view the exccllence -.I rk.ui iruJj"IHtion,: has bctn: assigned as the cause of ui- Gurl(! ', Sterigere, Nuckolls, Pcttls! Test, ito. bo) until Congress have expressed sonio might be gained: in the aqiount of daily labor -
ol" its harbor, its great salubrity 0.. Foster und indication of their intentions I.
f( plaitlll S Baylor. decisive as to performed.( Ship car pent en% and other

climate\ and its advantageous! position! fir t OnManufactures..-Messrs. Malhry,, the extention of the Jndiciary !system. One: mechanics, working under cover, cannot only -

trade with nil the i islands: and the shores oft .I The Hon. J. M. White introduced the': 17th Dee Stanberry, Condict, Martin, Daniel Irwin I I plan, which is not unlikely to be adopted, is, '. do more \yIJrlptr day, but lose I no lime
:t fintf nf Mexico, it mist become the,' in the House of Representative: the following Rewiu- .
of Penn., and Monell. to e." ,enel tho first (Judo Sttry's) Circuit hum rainy cr other tr.clcrceiu weather o


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.'Cf3tUU; :aiiporionl. to the Uovcrnmenl, disposition of them in reference to our .ownIU yards. The great cause of er1y Jccay in Notice. I "

0..1.: n1cUlut'cl! lorcndrr employment I in iuan otection and the annoyance of an enemy to jour ships is confidently believed lo be, their '! hipIjowr JList.\\ i:

111a r objccl of coinprlirwir wirh the ibe greatest possible extent. ] having been planked with timber, sometimesctit ]: L 'f' ,-

c ."rY J'ce nen.YItlt.: 110 illlilo WOII:1 1 IJe f"bt't 0" Ji; lime of pearf, otir ships| i pirticulnrlyllnw' in thtt wrong season, (although always!! 0V ETTERS Administration on UK E tsta of ,... t I ; .

working undrr rover, without a rmriTs : (.!f llie line: and frigates, ought to be i endeavored to he guarded against in the con- PE SACOLA. .A'1'JlZO_ 'IZZIc Dec. .. ;.,

l-hClI.cvcll fl | th.il% ; fur 'i i* months oflhe: I year 'laid up iu siiiimuiis' where they could be I tract?)-most genera''' not well seasoned. z==- -- -:-= having been framed to the 2eribeti aH penoo :
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i week would imi arcia; gt' ftIr.phil I most e.vxily malted, and their lei vices most'I i and hOt nnfreqiientiy to the union of both i! A.RI yJ). i.debt.dtoJ'
tu e work per nus occasioning loss of one r readily commanded, in defensive operations, ;'| causes. The/rawc, being of live oak, mayi J'in. 6ih-Sloop Gordon, VVhitmore, New immediate pavn nt, ud all tboneto whom tLe estate '
4* l< ia indebted, to their C&SEM within the
ys prevent
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of liaie-to s.vc which t mechanic* agaiiut an enemy coining suddenly upon our ;i almost be considered as imperishable: I York, assorted cargo to W. II. Cbase, Matthew time prescribed by Law, otherwise this notice will .;
wrtk- readily ajrice tn pr.ibtl.lv 10 per tent. i coast, and bringing with l.itn, us it might J I These observations apply to all ships placed in ordinary Hannah, J. C. & C. C. Krjrscr, J. be plead in (bar ofretOve y. j j.
noiiitl of his !I whether they have been in actual wr.ice or Cotton S. Bill C. R. Smith S. Patterned '
-while! & S'')''I' buili I under rovi-i happen) ), the first intelligence having their thflre.Vhile in actual James Fialoy, 1
wages not, prior to being
less i placed
; diclied in this view of the A. Jackson and the inastet Passengers Mr. \to J
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is worth probably :? per cent more than : : war against us. service, it i i.i f found that ship do not decay as rapidly Administrator. .1\ 51
built in the open air, constantly expo : subject, the two positions refeired to, again a< the,' do when lying in ordinary, unpmttrted from It &ik, r. Gun son, wile and child, Ur Pens rotn 5th Jan/1830-4(> 8w.. '
whfrt I present themselves as being more desirable the weather : but if protected, in the way above cugpested Mooiu, -ii; mid child, nod Mr. Smith wife -

sed ;o sun ;u.d rain tin I: than other, fur the rendezvous of our they may be preserved much longer in ordinary and child. List Letters : A j
ould bu difficult tosnnte;: fully any of
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Ii than while in sen-ice at sea-an they are not subjec The Gordon her main boom and
and Newport
Navv between the Chesapeake sprung
value of chnsrn bodies of mccliHiiics silrrtrd to the wear and tear and vicissitud.s of climate winch ,
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t1.eirkil1 and indau'ry, and ; each bring so accessible, so easy of ve-inels in service are exposed to. It would be a lost all her light spnr REMAINING in tho Post Office at "' ".
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prtpyrdwith !
foi cmivf-nience I i->N and i i"g..e, that a junction of forces dilficulttask indeed to "estimate the lows sustained 8th-Schr: Amelia, Ratcii, New Orleans, 31, 1829, which, if .
faithfully
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every nvcrssary if under the present "y tein management, with reference assorted to the master. not taken out within three months will be ;. .
cargo
Iii iiflhlPd at them, might generally, not at .
works in the (best manner '
lo execute the ;public to the quality and condition of the materials used Office Dead
Schr : Fox Stattan bound to UK General Post as H .
all b. effected iu less than; 40 hours.Thi Appclachicola, sent
In limes ,
and ;In the simrtf'st tinn- pinccccnomy *-, in the construction of onr ships. From necessity, ,
wonM,( be greatly: promoted! --inxrar n an ;adtatiiagn of vast importance, not ever since the creation of our Nnvy, we have been : to Mobile, in ballast.3ih f. Letlers. -i; .
the highest inteiests of our 4 I puMs!td hy any other two ports, fit for the! compelled t countryvranld :
I of of in the construction and repair of our ship*-h nce j ruasier; friiin Thoniaitown 20 days Augustine. t
l be sHb immense expenditure* and loss of time, (invalu- *
great i lime 'for U. S. John AcJtta, John Adams. j jB. '
Among other ron dcratinns rlahrunp :I caton. it !!i maritime; frontier. Between Boston and the able in war) arising :from the necessity of frequently John Barrow '
may l he obwvcd, that, by reducing the number ofJi.ivy I Chesapeake, to form such a junction, under repairing them SAILED .-Hrhry Brackenridgc 2, ; .t
Yard, many materials; ) Miitaltle for ihe conrnction 01 uiiuary ciicumslances, it might take ten The remedy for tlii vil consists in providing ex- Jan. 3rd-Schi : Sun, Kougcan, New Orleans Thom: F. Brady, Robert Barwick, A. C: I ?.

': of small vilely ivuuld, in tin} building; of or even a longer time but with ad- t"n days, ; .
large "bipllIJ that the expense *ml ditfirulfy: of (:4kctitIg' them at occur, (he dcII'uliwould be incalculable ; our ships, timber that shall not be perfectly seasoned. 4thc-Schr : Neptune, Stodrler, St. Marks, n. F. Hache 4, Thomas BruIt 5, Gus- ..'f|

aTiv .inc |)"inf, 1"rlltl.f| exr uila ti! ,'ir vnlijp. for, >o long as they continue, ship of war The Commissioners earnestly recommend this subjectto cargo bri-'ks: and lumber by Mr. Beales.8tli tarns Ilnwk, John Burns, lli.cAard Rachel, -ijj 1 f
Viewing tbw question tVn ;in rHerrnce to the rxpcnC your consideration; and they would, also, respectfully Schr Stratta'n William forum 5, Dwight Bat, dltn ]
might nut be aide to gel out of (hu harbor of : Fox Mobile. I t j l
a'-d to ill? +*lTiiMfnry ill urnibival ryUMish- I recommend, that our ve'els in ordinary be all Heer Samuel fBern f-
} *, Philip tiearry, Jf i
.. Boston. Augusta ;
of ih
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ment the eMari decidedly wpininn placed in the state previously! indicated, 811 necessary '
that the present number of Navy Yard* i i. greater |I But we have; incurred great t expense in tii preserve them roin'jdec.ny: They cannot be so preserved Tnrritoiy. of Florida ./, Nelson Baker, John Nads. Henry C. t *-;\

thin H cim i tiizhp ."' done with them ? or roofs over them. It was indeed hoped that Western District, Superior Court, C.-CIcik of ihe! Rrj-istcr Office, SidneyS. 1
The-question hero ari-,.j-what number of Navy thi* point, often hertofore' urged, would have so far .
At Bost'-u the and Escambia County. ColtMinn.! : Alcx-inilcr: H. Coleman, Henry .1.1C
Yard doc the Navy vit-wed in its rent atiJ jin buildings : improvements claimed the favorable attention of Congre. a" to
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bable future state require, t.* secure t.. u a'.i i the advantages are highly valuable I and the dock! now in have induced that honorable body to have made the FALL TEEtM 1829. ru'_.. ". ( /.n.1. .

and facilities neceasur) to render it in the progress at that Y.ird, make it desirenblp ne.stiry IpprrpriitioT1. DCi1 t\m nrr, ildieardW. Carpenter, : j

tiighe degree efficient ? thai' it should be retained _a I art auxiliary It may.be pr'ipcr here to submit the reeult of our Public Notice Gr ':'. J .- '. ( ': 'IrLsr; Charles A. Cannel \. ; :.,
To form a wt'ufnetory opinion Jon tin* unpottaiit observations and in'iuiriei with respect to the mode ,
vre au.t link t,) war*caUint; ? :and consider well "{,Iiltmcnt. Its dense jlhd nctivn popn- seasoning ship rlUhf'r.f:: to the best methods Is Hereby Givrn, JU'II' ( "flil1 2, Midshipman Cady i

point the localities of oar !harliours. It Will be f..nnd, ihat. 1ltiolt-: numerous artificers and mechanics, many opinions exH?-and it i i. yet an unsettled point Jamot Quin, 1 THAT this snit hni been in- GnJt?" /i:. Cftrrnl, Frederick P. Chatard. .; .'If

although ivruerou-5. tlure ar* hut few of their, which and other le.NOurcrst it fords( gjvc-s it facilities among the mo:t experienced and intelligent. Weighing rs- stituted l"y attachment in the Charles Jf. ('nUen 6Vn ?.//. C. J1IfJJert ..
ran: h T saA-iv entered by ships C1r t the line, or .;vrn ii: the building and ropHinnc all tie! 'e opinion1' 4 I rpfcrrin" f UU| own past Trill;.. O'Iinrn.. ) Superior I 'Onrt. Tscambia A. 1[. C'Jcman 3, William C. Chaplin 2, : }
large frigate; Had! su.'ely it will be conceded I that nfslup" expTi'-nee, .ve i'ldine! to the conHusion. that the following County The Defendant nnd all other in. Jacob
nou other should be selected a* a several reudezj j It is understood, mat a canal i is in contemplation would be found a* effectual, if not more #'. ter(.tenl\p{ }hon-by required to appear and person plead to Henry Curnmings, Carpenter. !
coq for lIur Navv. between issachusetts; Bay and tie! tlnn nny other! that'oul) be :lIloptf'd.jt: : I tlie: Ueclaraiu I).-Emumiel: Dorninguess, Elijah Dan, "

Our miritiuie"frontier present* two prominent po- waters of Rhode Jr>l fition, of which; a skilful in\ailing enemy would vndeivtiur work he completed a scale sufficientlycv1eiiive for I 1:2 month*-thru taken ':p'i: 'I placed untW roverto J Robert Dodd, George W. Day.K.V"illiuu .
to gain 'c: ion a< etnltlins him, nirt upon protect it ngain.-t the su ii. rain. and high wind*-
po
ctTectually than any other! To !iarn i-*our roa-.tiuj and I lo ;ad.nil the nscge of Steam: its immersion is recommended bylhe :f::,;t, thaI it Trr if()]! oj Florida, : ; Elliotlanaria Maria Escarra. :;
forciin trade. and cut olTonr( intrruil cominunicatinnhv Uatteries arid Sloops of War, it would become render* it I le 'linJife -plilor rent. Daniel EgbrrfZ, Henry G. Ely. ;
w ter-while ibry would al<-> enahle l liira, with- highly important, as presenting the While O-iIi l"i.r.iltr.-L"1 it t b* do'-ked ab.mf JS \'Cf-tenl! District, Superior Court, I'-J lil"S N. Fur:! U"il/iam Ferguson. i_

huta inall rnilitaryJiorcc romparatiii'Iv, to ('lmjf'to means of Hording addiiionai to month.--- fr.'sh. or tJymr* in '.alt wltf'r-then tjonp '!! Jackson.Dei Theodore Flotard 2. : 4,
maintain m"r# than ten tiri-s lii* tm'f'r oftroops protection ; and: riwerl into 1'1.1. i/es ;is nmv l lv required '
ih to protect points in the vry heart of our <--onn- our "hult: IIIIH of coast: East of Cape Curl th" n plni ed) und<*r cover for luo orthn e .p'u", \\h !' TERM, 1829. (.Samuel Goldsmith, Oliver S. Glissnn .,:

try. which he micht he cotitiiuiilly thnejfniMjr, all and NunturkH 'nth: Siio!, by a direct, safe; it will be lit .fur; uIV -". 1 Jon.itlitin Hrr'Hibf. ? Iffames Goodrum George L. IJ"ilon, 3
though be might never "eriou-x! d&nyn to strark. and speedy communication, between Boston /' "r l'iu'Ld it I fI" ,!./cJ.f,1 f.r dlllt} 1 linv>nlhf.tj r 11 LV Clr.vXCERY.An ItcnryII. a"Slr. r
The.e; petitions are precisely thu-t? which we hmild I !!n tik,I 'n np :rjudnved In proper Mi/(', 'lor; ulletl.ellI S'wry717'/ i t';" \ '
mid Newport; while merchant vessels bound .-John lIam: .ooHodge 2, Anno :
mo t vigilantly preserve from hi. nrasp. Tlw vcrj- pnc"d! und'-r ""\ er f'r about hIt vrar :m \p|ii livation for a Divorro.Itappearini' .
rca\\,- satisfaction ofthe Cotrt that Harris, L. C: Ilttbbcll. .
to him. renderthcm:douhly f', "'11 .*. ll'he, poisesing ---1 of war, avail themselves of this channel, to I (:'n r"ll in mud, and continue in that ptat until it the defciid.iit, rc-itle out of the T..rritorIt is Carey I!. H&nsford, Henry S. Handy .
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thetii. could thus Pcrionsly :1II11.)%- 11$. we, hr.riig: reach their desfim.'d Iun.-For our ships shall I be: required; ) for u. e.AH therefore! ordered that this case be set for hearing at John Heckle, John Hutson, Thomas Hays. .
them in ptf-"*e"i'm. could thence HUH: Boston I.-John 3 Mr. Inverraren 2
I rendezvousing at or near Newport Inneranty
our line of(a< nnd avail !kiu fltoailJ lie attempt !rKiie: plrlion of the Kip i< arrested in its circulation his i 1'urtlier .rdered that, a copy of this order he ,
a Wockade. An enemy riduded fr'm lheejioiition I might thus be rt-lind on as furnishing; nvnyof :: I ( say from the 1st November to the lat February: ) publ'-heit! in xutneaiitt wf the authorized newspaper George Johnson. :
*, can no where upon our toast find inorcthar.temporary l th> necessary supplies tint may be rcpiied ;imi'1i1tcr. being immcrMj! in water ought u \!:to l h" jf tlu T 'rrifiry; for three months successively.Kobt. Lieut. Robert Jones, tV. H. Inskeep \ ''

shelter far his chip". It i in iudcod coufiilently I ; either during peace or war. taken out at t any other s'-ason than earl. in the ;prin". A. l.ott, William P.Jvnrst2RobertW9nes2Sam.- ;, ,
bctiex'ed, that if we had th-e two point' wel- r if to I be Rvoid-d.t nnd) it should I f then as ,early, as
hereiufoitt; been may \iel Johnson Charles Robert !:
l A. has obpervrd, Portsmouth t he Clh. \ Jhobtst Jolan'J!
and l thr of practicablealter being sawed reduced
t-erllrcll ( we snrcly p H""-; amply nn'-ju to proper 'I
rendering them "0)) Ae i inducement* to maintnan a :' New Hamp&hiiPt j is liable to pnrticnlar 'IZCI", required in ship building, be put under shed so 4i13tNtT1CE.( son, James H. Jardenus. '. fK. 1
squadron upon our coa-rt would l 2,1' no diininihe1- I{ objections ; and its remote position and eona'rm-ted aa to admit a free circulation of air: but .-Edirard Kennedy. / '
the difficulties, mcomi'emenre :l d hi7'ir bf so numerous and so scriom-thhtanrnfmy, even to the stm and strong currents of air. It i is believed i, .
;it otherwise ; W. K. Lattimer Charles Loiend 2 John :t
might possess, a an aux- ,
one physically nnd r.mnerically our of ships would fiad it his interest to avoid tuch an iliary establishment. New Yo, k, as PhiUdelplua to undergo a process like tin, that their durability Lawcn 2, William l' Lynch 4, Samuel B. |t
Election held ih Court Home
N will bo at <
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and Pen acob neither them would I J-e in'-re.-i-sed two-fold. \ Lfavitt Lntman 2.M.Andrcw : L
attempt. I : are of .. j in thin City, on Friday Ihe loth) int, 10a Joseph \
The history of OUT Rrvolatwnary war. and our ex- accessihfe.-thc two latter been The; Commi ioners entertain no doubt that much McJibbon2 John ,
easily Wilstead
cannot fill
Member of the Board Aldermen, to a vacancyin j
the lorn with (Jreat Britain,indicate los hnhien Muttained "Ianl 'iil
,"rienceuri g war ..I'Ed by ships (If great draught of water, by ching riliipn before iwid Board occasioned by the resignation of Mr. Joseph Martol), Col), A. Mandull, Williaru : 1 f.
these two positicns too clearly for them to be they art retjiiin-fl lor service. On the Blocks well t>o Jrnmlpre.
mnuken. at any umt'. protected, a ship can l be preserved nlmoft without Henry Morris, E. Merlct, Jeanne Montreiullc, : !I I

Our past snfierinin a.lnioni! us, that tic The Yard of Washington has boon established e\pen!'. t for a great number of years ; probably" 'Ba\\\\ !} Henry Michclot, Lucina More, Richmond '. '

Chesapeake Bayr.rdtbc waters near Rhode at gterft l'xlt:n e.-h possesses factories the lr.i1gt.liL'st I the materials furnitnmof' and properly house, particularly ventilated, ifjbuilt of 3os'ti Sera, McDavid Felix M. McNtilty.! : ,

Island, are our moet vulncrahle points; ; but of) chain cables, anchors, cambooses, Launched and not protected virile building, bv a 3. U. DTR"ke"Commi. Edicard jr?. McCall 3, Jostph Myer 4, :' !.
while ibis)) is :idmitted there is grfnt: satisfaction blocks, castings, and 1 iboralory stores ?r'ot honsn, or other covering, from the weather, a* has benjamin D. Moore 2, John B. Marchend, "3 ,;

'itrthe reflection ftiat, they are known to .ran) ; and advantages attach to these valuable from uccassity been the caq with many of or ship-<, ioncrp1. George M. MeCrearif3t benjamin Macom- : .J ;'
J-moary S'10.. 4C 1 .
be susceptible, oTnor.fext defence-and from farlories, beiii"i conducted under the and continuing,and becomes unprotected destructive, their,particularly decay m>on in commences their- 1.FTT btr 2, A. C. Maury, William MitchtH, j j

their relative poshietM lo each other-their immediate eyo of ( iuvernment-and although nlankine. .T 'k I"i ..i Ephraim Mills. John S. McDonald 2. '.'.' .
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accessibility, at all iVtnrs, to ships of the I like i'hiladclphia., it does not afford a j 1 As t; the effects of different kind of water upon i U.-1-IU N._Otho Norris; 3, Lloyd B. Kctfell j

greatest draught of vratrr, nnd their% greater surticient depth; of water to admit the passage copper on ships lying in ordinary, salt water ;is doubtless 2, James North.O. .

range of anchoring grounds than are aflbrded of hips of heavy draught, with their guns I I where. nnre there corrosive is not a strong than current ficsh. such In fresh copper water as i is, I %o 1itb Caution .-Henry E. O' rien 2, Mr. O'Brien, I

by any other harbors on our whole line rJ f and stores on d'flt, Mill considering its used for our ships, ((32:{ oz.) would last probably iiO to persons from purchasing or trading for a 1 Edward Oldmixon; Alexander Orr. "..

coast, they fOliO, in tho opinion of the Com connexion with the Chesapeake Bay, and I 2.i: 'carl. In alt ivnter, the effect upon cqpper. depending ALL Note, drawn by the Subscriber, pay (.p en1eimen. 1 ,

missioners, be two most important and desirable the facility with which the hulls of ships, of different probably upon the degree "f fjaltne, differ at able to Boiling & Payne, for tbo sum of Amasa Paine 4, //. F. Purmanec S, I!

poiitff; for the general lender.vous or the largest class, may be towed to Hampton places. 423 DOI.I..... Robert Pottingcr, Charles Pierce. Benjamin, : ij ,
our Navy, in as well as ill w.ir ; and Roads, or Norfolk, b> common steam boats The bottoms of our ships, in some situations, 9o il1 determined Patten
peace J become barnacled, and even muscles and oysters attach due February lt, 1830. an I am not to Wider W. Pierce, Pinkney, Cicero e.
i( these, they think, would, in every view, be it will be seen, that it 5 h not destitute of advantages tUemselven to iliu Copper, awl prove v:rv"injuii
the most judicious\. locations; (for our chief i, even as u building yard, if viewed I Il In oilier .itusti<)ii., when, the waier is only n [little brackish fraudulent. Thomas L. Parrot, Pablo Palmes Samuel 1 t
,naval in the of and a crust i is 'formed on the exlnnial urliice of the copper John G. Bnrrcnv.rscamlria ,
depots. light an Auxiliary to a larger
Patterson Rosalia
which Perer Police Pensa- :
i l some IIUppIJflC protecU the inieriur il
eopper-
The central position, the mildness anti ?- : more important establishment, in the lower Hint it may drOt in a sinnll degree. Buf IH! fact Hiliitil- Cnunty, January 7th, 1 :30-4G--3t. f cola, Joseph Phillips, James Price George ..'
ted,that! bo '
waters of the CIa SIIpea e. coj'| -' c.ii preserved! iiisjer in fresh than II!
.lubrity of the climatethe facilities of ingress Hah witcr, still hue rontran- no donb the case with Poll, John A. Russell, Thomas Randel i
and egress and the almost inexhaustible I. Upon the whole, with respect to the number rrml lo thc timliKr of*hij,?', wltirhi i is uiiiversillj! I liHiewt --, Notice.L EltslKi! Ryan 2, Philip RoseJacob Rickets, :
of > ards, viewing the question in all its lw ;>c more till ralle; in salt than i in Iwli wHPr-IIIiI Pierre Adele :1
of the Rougeau, Rochhlave.John i
supplies afforded
limber
bip hy this i* 5 f.ir ni >re imrxirUi.u in.ilevial than in lluc ,
the Comnmsioners of the copper Administration
Chesapeake and its tributary streams, renri"r aspects, Navy, f tmr ?hin| .", 'thcr! \e refer u> the (0-1, L Samuel Tan ier nn the Estate of K Rianev, William Rtuford2 t,
been : ;
with deference submit the the deceasediaving granted .f
great opinion- 01. difficulty of"rnvi"il1" i it. William '
{ superior to oilier: whole ; to the > any place on onr Suit. blc e'rci ; persons indebted to said :
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that, with the exception of yards HI Boston, copper Iris > lily oluiinoil nt all tin er
line of coast for a great naval station and and MMSunn; but it reqinresyoims; In ;procuie auitaUe Estate art hervby notified to make immediate pay Rodriguez, Asa Rodgers, homos, RaxdU. /'MS: ;
V/ashington.and Not folk, and another near bull linilM-r. And! it h I ment, and all persons to whom the Estate h indebted S.- Matthew Smith > :
rnn-ir'xed fcon.l Stone
depot,; .aud next, in the order importance, may u worthy 'I and Nesbitt 5William -, : ||:|
the Gulf of Mexico, (principally: a n place for .T.iti.Mi.tiattlif! W.UPIin i ilt in al t! our harliors inany i ,to present their claimsvithin! the time prescribed Shecut William
Scott Antonio
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for such-purposes, is Newport, R\iod\ <--lsland, the db c'it of stores all of other way cnlculatcd MR rendezvous lur nnr avy.I ; hy |aw, othenvise thN Notice will be plead in bar of 2,
,) our yards
;; S ofo. '.
or same other spot in Narragausett Bay. I have the lioui" ft l he, their recovery.
Aside of nil the consideration which re- mightiii the course of a few years, (allowing with! great resK-ct| s time to remove the ships 4"c.) be dispensed Ymir obctlieiil ser al;r.JOHS, ,
I COfnmen4 these1 as tile) most important pusi- oDmlt.lloii. Street, Lewis E. Snaonds 2, William C.
withwithout j to the N.ival I Administrator.
injury j setvicepro .
JOHNUIUNCH Spencer 2Hdward SchtrmerAom2
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tion1 for naval; depots and stations, in refer I Hillary
ence to the local advantages and facilities vided an establishment be made] near New .'t'rrt/clrl of-t.V';('r'!. ---.----- Prn'icola, Jan.: 7th, 1829-46--St. B. Srrt.Ecf. Philip StucMev. WilKaa. .. .
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they afford for the rendezvous of ships, ther,tare portRhode Island. That the places of general Tax Collector's I S/aurm G; Silas Ill: Stringhan* 2, Geargt S.
rendczvousin & in should be Sale.
other views which strike our mind with pence war, Sproston 4, Benjamin H. Shotmaltr, Solo

increased torce nnd interest, .11-1 conduct us the Chesapeake Bay, nd the waters at or mon Sharp Riche R. Swift 3, Martin
nearNewpoit-(bat the yard at Washingtonshould ON Wednesday the 3rd d of Smith.
to j/iilar conclusions.Let y February next, nt 10 o'clock, A. M.
\ be retained as an auxiliary to the one I shnlty oiler for lease or salt! ;, at Public Auction, at the Court House T.-Juan Turrell, William Terrell, Eli-
us, Sir, for a moment, conlcmplatr a -and that at Boston as an auxiliary to the jab Thompson, Daniel Turner, James
state of war, and suppose these to be the I other. And the opinion is confidently entertained in this city, the following property, or so much thereof arwill! satisfy Taylor.

j general rendezvous of our Guarda Costa, t'.lilt economy and efficiency wouldbe tho corporation of Pensacola for( Taxes due thereon, up to 3Ist day Henry F. TaulminS, D. M. Tltttmtme 11,

1 consisting of liue-of-baltle ships, aided by greatly promoted by such an :'.nllgem nt. of December 18'29}, unless the Taxes are paid to the Subscriber J cfore John Leeds Thoixas 2, John G. Tod, John

4. steam battt'l iefll. These, co-operating with As to the most) advisable position near the lay of salo, together with all costs aud charges. IV. Taylor 3, William C. Turner, William I

the permanent fortifications now in progress, New Port, a satisfactory judgment cannot' T. Temple 2, Richard L. Tilghman John

would! place those points in a state of security .be formed until a thorough and minute' examination :- A. Turley, David Telfa\rt Joins Thomas $

ind enable us to protect extensively, if shall have been made. It is known I :\A'.I NAMES.QUANTITY I & | VALUE'S" ADD John Thornpv.ia.V.PvpeeVinccnte.
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not effectually, our inland coasting trade, that there are several suitable\ places-but It ,| i L I i i -M- 1 111 SITUATION.T r | H\TE. lOpr. ctJAMOIJJIT- R. P. VarneU,J ObD
and to render invasion difficult and hazard- is Hot known which is entitled to a pre 2 17h \\m. V. Anderson jl I lot in lioiuiina 5/0 Vickers. '

bus at any point, and probably impracticable foren cc. _:!\\ .u I I do! Cor Bru Roman: I (1K I ---':-Thomas- T. Webb 2, Nicholas B.

at most-while our frigates, sloops of With regard to "the preservation of shipsin u,) "' 1 do lini.V 40 $ 1-'attr', William G. Woolsty 3, Clartuu

war, and smaller vessels, sailing thence, as ordinary from the injuries nr'uing from 46) It u :arjMjnt in suburbs 4GG a 35 92j9 i 1 Watkin 2, Abraham WMerion 2,John F.

they would be able to do all times, and returning climate" much has been said and written by J") nltasur t Contino lot on B.iy too 25 25 2 27 Whit thill, S. 8.WatJtingtoCkarkt W 1'i

of information and 3.; :t Dr. A. Cnmmings ,1 do on Florida BJ.mc70 35 27 2 berry 2, T. A. IVi1Uloar
as they might, in all winds, would men practicable many 29 : :!
annoy the commerce of the enemy in distantseas theories still exist upon the subject. It is j!) Gates 2 arpent in suburbs 25 25 5 6t Z.-William Za"tziH er.

.even on his orrn coasts, and at the I I believed, however, that the climate from the 137 John orcnoV'in'ct 4 lot in Baylen 250 35 87& 8 95* Those n.tiiics in italics are for the Army E'

mouths of his harbors-to protect which, he Chesapeake eastward, does not differ so 215 Ordosgosity do in Romana 50 35 174 1 18 and Navy. _1.,::'

would necessarily be obliged to draw the much as to affect materially the preservationof 82 John HuisThomas 1-10 in Baylen >00 25 1,25 12 1 51! John FitzGerald, r

larger part of his force from our coast (if ships, at any one of our yards more than 176 Riobo : do in Intendeocia JOO 2j .J,75 37 4 12i Post Master. J. '

stationed there.Ve might& tItus compel at another ; that if a ship be originally built 33( Louis Tonard 4 do in Florida Blanca 100 25 25 25 Pensacola, January 9th, 1830 -3<. t/

'him to act on the defensive, while the chances of the best materials and be in sound condition Estate Ximoncs 2 arponts in suburbs',0 25 12* 12j 'f'"_ _

of our men-hunt and other vesseU safely re- and well caulked, when placed in ordinary BLANKS

'l'nillg IIU Port, would be greatly increased.The she may, by excluding the sun and Jacob Ricketts,

iuipoiunof a Navy does not depend rains, keeping her thoroughly clean, dry, and City Collector. Of ei
V f "urh% upon the number of ships as upon'heir well ventilated), and winding her occasionally, description nea\\j

6:1.C: iJud efficiency, and a judicious bfi preserved in that stale at either of the PenR8coa] 8tb January, 1830--46-tds c1Lttt% atni (f\\ee :




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TIICJournal :" NAVY Ac EN-TV Orricr.,. The Territory {)Florida} "\Ve tern t .Notice A ,SRS C FTfS .

r \ 1 Pensacula: .; Dec. 1st 1 S2). } I District Superior Court, City of| COLUMBIAN feRU. ). ..
sliMl for '
weeks after, flat, .J I J il1'1'1y
of Health) Q 1-' ,\LEo f) Proposals} will be rercivnl s'-t Io l>cl1sacol SIX rs of Atminhtl.ltron, on the estateol'AIillcy ; A REMEDY which I Ias moved itself supeuor IcSwnlm'i
this; Oflice, until the dm il.ty! of April ; "r any of the Panaceas for tie cure
Wednesday Wit December 1829. Porter, tlcccsed.. of He fol'.OHii.g: dis/i est i, ,::1. :
-- next foi supply; the West India Squadron j
CONDUCT BA A4SOCI! IT1O? OF I'IflSlClt '1,, and thoNavy- Yawl at this 'place with j William A. Bell, ou behalf ) Daniel NI-.CROSIS. (or ,lemon of the Lonei.) KING'S;
1 I
II ol' Louisa Hral1aJlI, WrUirillo,Jackson Connli Dec. HjQj, 1WJ-4: :t. EVIL, (or 5CnOFI..r'HITa.. Svixttncj
I,! FIRE: WOOD In Chancery.John 1
I .vs. f
Davis 1 CANCEROUS, and invetciale ULCERS ?
1 11 .' '"'i;i ," labriei Tuar,
man'The
Health the man's riots HIP ri : i I
poor LIVER and BILIOUS CQ.MPLAlNTS
for l' ono yenr. The wood for the Squadron and Ellen FoL<'f1 REWARD.1RT'NA'VAY ;

j 110 !lie -of the kind commonly call And now, to wife CHI. \Vedui-sday, the ninth I RHEUMATIC affcclitus fit I Igeneially the,hratl Jt SVSTtiiLp;

primary object with the ron.lnc'.otv: I i I TlTl. tiny] of December( \ in the year of out LOJ d out about three months since, !!! ; .

of the Journal of Health, is to point out tIle thousand right I hundred nnd twenty nine, A NEGRO WOMAN, NAJ1rDtMARIA: I'LCFRS of ihe MOUTH and! THROAT.

means of preserving health aml.prryiMKiri j I That for ilui Navy( Yard to be good appears befoic the Superior Court of West : SYPHILIS, and all other diseases arising In lire

disease. To attain this, all classes md l hurli I Florida, in chancery setting, tIle said Complainant improper use of MERCURY.

exes shall be addressed! l, in a style familiar Sound OaJtProjiosals ; and it appearing to the Court that As n geneinl depuraii) article. or dtnnfl'rofhe?

and friendly: and with an avoidance of such will also be receive 1 at the same ::" that the said] Louisa Branam claims te be a about :155 years of ape. The scul woman was, formerly { I blood improves kin the remedy appetitennd possesses hItS invaluable also the lemarkableefi'vct poweit ; it.

professional terms and allusions as H-ould 1 1 in time for the delivery at the Navy Yard of ( free woman of colour: and that she has been then property' of Cnp' rt&wJ1all. of E.eani- ; of depriving the skin of that >flht\v bilioi stint

any way obscure the subject or alarm the the wood nw\v rut Ou the Live Oak Plantation 'I erroneously stilled! Eliza Jane. and states that hia. She is about f> feet high, Alr1';'!ii \y birth end nhich is so coaimcn in bilicu ri.nsiitiilioii*.

most fastidious. The fruits of much reading, oppo.Mte this plate.: j she was brought to PonsacoLi by tha said her face tntlOt'cl. Any person who till apprehendsaid J. ALRRIGHT .

study and careful ob't'rvationhal1! : he placed Those 1 } 'who offer proposals for the I| John Davis, and that she was burn in Cam. Negro and deKver her to the s>uh.;eriher .hlUrccei'ec !I/i/a dtphia..
I persons thefhnve'reward
nd all The
before them, so arranged acid applied as contract will state ihe price per cord. All glen! in the Suite ol South Carolina, and ces, reasomcbleexpen- Svnur"propiieiof lu the public, in, furnishes offering a In fen* CoI.UAlfiiAlf" of the mtrctnaikahle :

to conduce] most efficaciously! to'their bodily! the wood to -be delivered' at the }Navy Ynid.l raised i by the H CY. Isaac Smith -ho now resides F. F. COM IYX8, cures, performed by the same, in le N

comfort nnd mental tranq ity. To whatever l Bunc! and security will be icquhed r the on Pearl River ; and it also appearing AC.ENTFOR; stony of its superior remedial powers as given him

profession or calling; they may belonu! faihftil; performance ofthe contract. that the said Joint Davis is not found withinthis I1.ENRY DE GUANDPRE.fPcnsacola l by lespectablc persons ic&idtng in different partsof
.he United
l tlm renders of this Journal will find District and that the said Gabriel T-uar States, us a just merit due' to the
precepts For further information apply at this 0 ffice. IGth {)PC. ]829.443t.Pllblic dame, nt well as being I be means of to
of valuable Air and Ellen Foster disclaim all ;interest in this conveying
susceptible application. Charles P. Tutt their fellow crr.iturca who nre similatl} afilicled a
food, exercise, the reciprocal operation of NaeAgrnt matter : it is ordered that puUiu notice he NoticeIS sure, speedy and effectual fC'mrly-awme.! that

min:! and body, climate and localities, rloth'n published in the Pun::.acola Gazette, once a IIERKHY many medicines are at HIM time distributed auout

: <*. and the physical education of children, 4>-If.t wpt-Ji for the &paceof iwo months, citing a-nd Pedro Sans ) THAT this GIVEN suit has ,been instituted which the 'count..y they ,hate IteM nol forth the -slightest to cute diseases influence, upon

are! topics of permanent and pervading! interest admonishing the aid; John Davis and all 1 rs. l by attachment; in the Supe of which :whey had tried prerious, to :/be use,of some Ihe

with the discussion and elucidation; of f other persons interested or claiming 10 be! Teresa lira rvir Court' llseambia: County syrup, HS may b. seen by their own Attestatons. t

which the pines of the work will be mainly iiitpiestcd in the said Louisa Bra
filled. I Eliza Jane, to he and appi.( .h,". ire! 'tbi: ed own to appear and plead son intercfsled tu the Declaration.IVnsucolu are hereby. requir' phjii the IHOIII -- -
i
i--l i of
RECOIYLMENDATIONOE JIY THE PRESIDLNTOF Court pt the next term thrreoi, >o .\f holdcu .Oct. .'aUd. 1819 39tE.: Ihle III. .IliI(1 Lui'ltv! weic induced nuf'f)1I:1I1It"Hten to tiy it in dig

at the Couit: !House in the City ot Peusacola, HIM; lit uii'uli II...b' ihems.'ivrs had been suhjecj, I

THE WORK THE on the first Monday of May; next, to inter JPiiblic Notice and d.HIM! uai i.. m.fit from its me ; our paiticu

\V c apprn\n of the plan on which the puhhc.iu pose their claim to the said coloured woman, latly. irsidii'ff in M'..ntow N. J. wbcse dissolution
entitled the "Journal of Health" is conducted, aliubelieve United States. IS HEREBY GIVEN, wa iliioiitciu-d by a StV" AHack of liver comuhi .
and tile bill of lui-rcin
to to
that: it is calculated to bo useful: hy rnlifiht- answer complaint .To'rph Y. Cru-.nt, } 'illAT' thus putt has! fcrenrs. plaint, h |bud! 1'I"nionsly t'Piling public opinion: on a bub>ot of ;J.i ih; impurtance ( filed.A. J instnutfd by attachment in men, was m the course of a. few weeks restored
tothe welfare of society The numbers: \nirh 11'\ :':-ttancu uflaw, IANU1lWJ.tCr.; ON, iruo copy f: nn. II." Rcc *rJ. Cnrlt ])c I'Ulicrs, ">the Superior Court HseamAdminiuralnr to the cnjoywient of perfect.hrahh,

have appeared, evince talent, and may lie \i weal President: of the United: States.uf Amenta W. Ilasell 'J J bia (;oullly. The defendant The actou rti which have been received from .
a* a I'ledc.urtbe; continued usefulness of slur jnultalion :. do hereby declare, and make" known, Hunt, Carlos De Vitticrt. J and nil other persons inte gents in dhTcicnt parts of tljr Union, speaking of

while conducted by its prc' :ont f'llit.r."c ill-it a public) sale will be held at the Land Citric Si';>r. Cf. West Florida. r -std! are hereby required to appear, and plead to the good effects produced by the syrup, art sum
therefore, feel no hesitation in recommending I it to the Declaration. dent 10 compile nt this lime an octavo volume
o1
in the of{
Oflice atTull.di'is-see
public patronage. : : Territory f'Ufill.J, Oct. 30h( Ifi ".-39-tf. upwards! of two hutidred. pages to enumerate all
PAil ulclphia, October ll'/t: 1.*D. Florida, on the lu>t Monday in February FOIISALE the cures.

next, fur the disposal of the PiiMic Lands NO ICE.fgllin Th doses! of the Columbian
Chapman, IT. D. Win. P. })'''vccs :'1. D- A A Syrup arejudciously
Thos C. James M. D. Win. T.. HOFUT :M. I). situated within the limits of the uudoi mentioned CopartneisU-;" !iicietofnre (!xi5linIY,IN\df'r proportionetl, anal adapltti( lo the age and
2'rcftfsofs in the I'nicrrfity of! I'tnnsylcmwi.! ; townships and tactiunalloli. hil's-]' NEW :FRAMECONTAINING :BUILDING. JL the firm ofHaiiustV Gates is :hy mutual 1 consent strength innocent of the human gysttn,. It i!: go perfectly .
Hev. James Montgomery: D. 1). Hector of SI.i i wit four Rooms, wish a JiclwIIlnd! this ilny dissolve i Those hating dvmatuli that no evil efccts! need be apprehended
ctpl'Cll'* Church. to : in, stirred N": '.), Secietaty against said Firm "il! please present rh6'm-if is from it, when laki-n agreeably' to th- directions.
Win. II. Uc Lanccy, D. D. ProcosAnftle I'- ;lIrth! of the base line and We>.t of tiicMeridian. Street, near the Nltv Yard,. I'iiM-; sieji| to he had ilecnicd quite unnerrcfsry to add, that those in-" Il may be g \'tnitholll any apprehension to the
nlnrsiJy of PiUHfylciuita.: on (he 1st. Jiiimniy next. FIN fuithiT particulars ;lcl I<'cl nil! confer n f- rtirular favor by settling most tender infanl or feeble adult.
44 fi. ti. Ktuhh.: Editar: f! i1." PhilatUjihta iitnnlcr. apply to ti.cii mcounls. MEDICAL n'CWlI"nlfu.\TfJRY: : NOTICE
Church.4'i 'fowlI.hip two, of range; twc-nty-nvo. Hating recommended the use of J. Albright's
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and Ureter f Uracc
t G W. I alile P.
;. T. HcJcil.! bettor flf! St. AnJrnr Chnrrh. 'l'owlI"hil's on.-, two, iluee, four and five, co. y.Pruacol" Sidney Ilaines, "COLUMBIAN Svnur" in my own private practice
'4 Jamr. Aha'rcrombie, I). I). Assi'-ttuit Minister !'S I'lMn'jc iv\eniy-tlnee. 1J I Oct. s!';'.I ii. IBS'*. .as-if Samuel I Gates. for nearly two )"rJug. anal h?\'iug witnessed its decided

f f CkriX'ChurcJt find St. /Vrcr'.. lour and five of The IiiiMnrsi will in future l efficacy in many casesvhitb had pre\iomt$
Toxviiships) one, rang( 1o.ic IS 11c,1t tip} l'Veu, he conducted by resisted the usual remedies. I now- with moch pier
G.or Wellcr. S-nnnH
: Gait-s who
hw
keeps !
'>ri54 t\H'111}-ftJur. CKilla l.good kupply. sure dive my testimony in its favour, and will -
4' Jackson MinlsUr'uf; : t'rliti:411, qUO ,
1"npcr..lsiaant :
Augttst :
ial Std\,
Mal 18.9251f.ICLOTHIN
tluit
\ whom it concern ; :( ,
may few
upset four and five TO.\1 n of ihe most n-niaikable
:
Church /lllli K. J'tltTS'. TuwHships rule, 1 pi ---- ---- cures performed by
(. Is-th..I! l, KIll"! i li.ivin- duly! ", acle| and the which
same came under notice.
"Thomn-: Cllilrc1&Vm Skinner. D. D. Pastorllj'lccliftlt range u"'(' lty-1in'. I'I...ll.hrd: l n In-t Wil: iiii l :rC-'IIIlIt'lil. vvl'Cii'iu she G Mr John Hinckle's son, of my Abington townsliih%

Prcsliitrrian Townships: I tint", four and fr n', ofnmgtventy t r :!1)pnilltt''l l the nbsc! il,rr lOxeculuilio IJ.K piili-+ Montgomery r... cf ulceration
44 \ M. Ens'.p l'< *:or ll the 'S.ienli. Prcs- I ( county ofthe moo
ll'j; ami taken Lilnstt'dhr' execution Ilielelf.11 !
t -:>i1 i\: upon IBOC'I'SAND and I tl.tat, andiolrni iiiflanimaticn: ofll.ceje ltthe
re/i. CIIOE.r
litrrian ci
JU'.1l it Hii hc*, Pastor cf Sf. J<>ftj-h'f. ditiolicChurch. '1 u\vn)"' !tips! : taro, three, four! ;:ml tits, 01!1 :\ prisons iiiilrbici! :u ,1M'< fsUUeaie; n-'jnested thrsclc to \ diseiic bad destroyed the soft parts of the
; I make iiniiHMi.ilf| ; p.ii+ incirf and .I I".I'.I'c m r O'NEILLHASj throat mid roof of the mouth, that it laid bare'
rae; t\\'t'ntyvet.f their claims 'for .
indebleill"
is play
I piiM-nt the bones and made its into
the pise.-l\Ir
Michael} Pastor r f:Augytlia.'i CaItalic I way
: Cii'irfh. Hurley, I ricMTVil: to\\nship ore) 't of range t-,\'ciitvik'ht : mint wi'liin t t h:" linn'pi)'!::libod Ly J4.iv..KMI '. li received a fashionable assortment of :Mary Peterson, of Wilmington, Del! confirmed

Win.; II. Fumes! Pastor.of the first Congrrga'tionnt i vV-jstpi'Su. JM.n-j) du, Galvex; bay.Fractiujnl : > DC: .LinA.. and :Spslisjjul.uh ; : Scrofula, under which she laboured nearly 1 three.

Church. : tDWiVEhiji, ojji', uf binge t twenty I;.u'(III m'. )! 1 \f'an. She had extensive scrofulors lacerations
I (!J:6@2 Uill] t@}
af Fir.t yiii is y. on the: left side x>f the neck (clog n to her }breast the
the ,
\V. TUrantly, PUhi IlapthtChwrrh cijiht, t.'a-.t: of lilackxvater; Hij,)". !'t'lI..n'rlJa, (1rtn1_ _______ $) ;

.John and L.Editor Oagi of,the ra Colim-lnaa tl.1 lie Sfar.dl Fifth./ nlll'll-1: Townships: It\'I), three, four and live, o! N oi; i ICE.JrJZ )::. !+ /be offeis for sale taw fur Cash J.retst'ery and useless; much and her enlarged bead on; her the left affected arm swollen aide reclining

CA rcA. IMII'M-\\ IIi)- "-i;,.:.!.t. v ni: eitli .oiiipr irstaincntory rxri-iiinr of lln, AMOXtiYlllll\ .ARE; on. (he shoulder! and violent para in hers

Solomon Hipcins: Pastor of tic Methodist; rjus-;. TOWJI-I: ps two, ihire xnJ l four .f 1:11CC: ; .8- late' Ynigo <"n'I'J' : i-'jiH-st ihubr who liav, r.d.]! ;,, Mmbitmu, [ ,11.,; i.!i\c dies: and frock sn- .> !slem. General Tboi.ias Suvder+ of Rheumatic

rnpal Union Church. twf-isjy-niu: '. claims agniiist the( aid e"talc te .prrnt: their arronnls -. PIM fine i clothCOATS I affection the head followed iy l an obstruction of
oj-'if. Gtcri-'s .'r/,/.e. .IIHI Ji.'lvlii1, 1 cl.l the nostrils ; severe pnin in the upper jawr -ntcnd-
Manning Force, Pastor 1 fur( piivmcnt : tlio.c to :::
"ljJ on-: 0 f"'l'n ',\-Ol1'". I & PAlSPaJASOOBTS.l iii? from thc nose over the cheek bones ike cheeks
dirt; : r.plscopal Church. taint to ec'ult "il.illll.c, --.Uft"! !>t d ia,'. ;
In addition to the above the nam-* of a ;r.iui.MroC'ii'lily T,u\n>I!:!1 11\ ;1 hn"<', :Joiir l: i UIK! :St4': '); 1'11',1 j ANTONIO I 1'0 L.I Lau l ; ;ard, caSflneiilit: ", and chcr.isian do I cxliibiiins! high state of illfluuI1IRliun.-i\Jr. Valentine -
of the dif: -r+'it prute*- ., Boiarf ulceration of the left tin-tril, obstruction -
c'+teemedmcntber-* thirty H\ II. f i
IV..aculjOttobei' 11.p 18:'J- 7l It.
fioH. who are sub'! crib.-M the work, !'iiiir'it 1: b" :1cl-laceda 'I 1 ,)wi-hij-s!) !! fn'i" ...;:u' I five, lI ran."i- th"tlitc. !:. ''.\ I ._ ______ VESTS: tf the same ; loss of smell difficulty: of
: fxpro-i.-ivoof the -timnti.ta in wiiirli; it i i "A TR2SSKr SUrpI..YI 'l.lly; I'Iat''od: figuntli'k' tiliet, talrnlin, kUIi! breathing, and severe pain of the sys em-:Mi.
h.l,1..ilh. one voice, the |ih': ::,' prtv : fi Will( nn- I 'fort, J.nu %' iiiitl plain! M"!:, bine! : and black: cloth Mustek's! wife, son and daughter; Mrs. iVliisick of
ud of the! rnntinent to the other;. !i.,< --polvt'n! } of the So. jii. of jlw !hasi; line an.'lvot! : of ;tl.ei I Fashionable ;'';IMKl; CI.O' 'I 1M.\C.: Ins| 111':1'i !: a taiirtv; ut'ROUND Chronic Kbtximalism. with which she had been
Journal of Health in t.-nm of unenuivoriJ' cuuuft.ittltion. ?.!c'II.I..II., : I aimed. and! t fun .."It! :>.v the 1i; ,. cisignc,l, I 1 afflicted IIpuIls or sixteen years ; "her son of scald
I JACKETS, bead, and daughter of scorbutic affection of the
F..cclional t0it'1)' hil' onc of iv.:: iws-ii'x: COflU orHluik
+ % je:
and from the
left
I i'inc frilled! and plain Irish linen gum discharge ('ar.- t'l'lItL1Snare's
TE ML cn.'. ;! lirown, :i.i: | CICC': li<'iifHirCoatees !'cn sen of carious ofiVclion of 'the chin ; Really

TJIC. J' cu\\r OF 1Ir.\I.TH will appear in :Xuiubtix: Fr.ic'.ion-! : towns-hips oat; tid) ( tv. o, ul I JHU! Tnx'k Coals, i SHIRTS : the whole of Ire shin hone was destroyed, legeiberwith
of JG page* each, octaio. on the s'-c'out and i'.urtli luc !k, check, t'uUtltI and flannel do. many of the smaller bones of the footMr.Jaalea .
j Arpola t'irc i.\II awl 1'ioiivh linen do, it1'arias' !
ranit.; ;: twent\! '-tlnee. t l : Isl t\ a
PriceSl'l'j. :ran>"II' M'Minn! of liver
11,'wines.ctof evcrv mostli- PT 'if complain and axthma,
in advance. dub; =cripli m;; ,aid rornuntri-; fra'l4fa.t: ;; townships}
tl.iui (pit }Jlicn"jJll ho received Junvn U'u'nx! ianir: <- iwcjiijffonr.Township: 1'ANTALOG!S &: VESTS 7 ; I Iialiansilk CRAVATS, of ulcerated sore mouth nnd throat, and bet' /lilu.:h
Nt 10=1 Che-nut tr'C't. Philadelplna. ;' : fve.Towiuhip cui ahlp for the n-j'son. ter scrortdn. Besides the disrases aborr enumerated -
A;!nnt, ) one, of'r.mgr tweusy : : i pl.iin: cud fancy do. t.
Pub} ribcrs at a distance: will diseovi-r. that the ( I Oti"', of rall '1' ttv'uty :>.:x.Fiv.i'tional I \\'>iitr and Drown I I-'iruch ",."n, .''n;::!iag*, Can ) -Sjll! rn+cikcrchirfs, Ciidvrs..! : hosiery, sniped Sus-; in I prescribed l I'it Syrup with grr i-success ',
in ile sub.Lcription mercurial !
of n < cases arid >I.ili5.!
difficulty in remittins the amount I ion, Grass, Ijuinbii/veu and I- :nev 5 1'endcrs lIau anal. Cnpi, secondary syj i
will be obviated by :.ii\' fcurr of them Fendmtf: on : : township two, of raiiye twenty 1 1 [ In giving this testimony! of the merits of the-

five dollars tn the agent. i t lio-o to whnm thu. may six. JACKETS.Fine i BOOTS rl "Coiniubhn Syrup have di,e5l-d my language
receive sixteen nuirbcrs! ofthe t D entirely of technical: terms, the better lo b* uwdcrderstoi'xi -
not he convenient, can Fractional: townships) one and two, ol AM)
plain, and fitllcdl! v.4 n s1iits !a.tti. !I'.tl' ;
dollar to tie) came per work hv Kinitlinr of IIp.n\th.\ including index will form ran, !:(- tWf.'nt-.\ -ii. inn cravats! and *.tuca! ; vii!. pockii handkerchiefs' / SHOES &c. its effects. The length of lime the di..niu! hive
The Journal Friotiimal, and two of! silk, and cotton )Jlosioij- ; Marl liorse-fkiii, liravci been convinces that lie
; cue
townships dissipated
:i HK, tUTU are
n volume of 400 pa: rc*, octaro. I IC 1 Vlth Domestic and Piece Gnnds.1'Pasacole .
I Ic1 Pt-Dkacola, and and linon gloves ; silk, ( "th tl aid noMcd! &tspendrrs and il with propriety be ..i.I. that
Ftrcet. 'rhib ranuv! : twviity-t-i: ilst ul" : permanent may
Chft.-nut ,
103
: 1829 I
JfTS.Dab.lln, February 7. -if.
; bhtct.white and! sC'allla'S, of fine
qnfilihitrst its dealing qualities innk! it the first remedies -
l lphia 11:: Jf .1. Xtaf Baltiunre: ll'rn. Brergrss- Escambia:: ; hays, and west 01 the Bay of St. esnacl. fashion, w.ili. a ;cnrrcl I supply. of of he Jtci'utllay. among
07 FulfTfi rtrcnt. New York: Carter 5c Itcwlrt. Bog, Mary lit- GalcFr.ictional /. Pensacola Gazette Rtading Room
BOOTtf JOHN !. MAYWEb( M. D.
States.NAVY
tAn and in most of the towns in tho United ,
; town-hip: one of range twenty. Pliif' d lplii.i, :March 5. 1FCP.
-- :111)w' Proprietor ofthe Pensacola Gazelle has
_I T \\k : QfFTfin e
AGENT'S Omen, eight, East of Blacii water bar.Finc.ioiis f'i t Jx_ opened! uREABIPaGi The above mentioned: Medicine can be procured I
}} of townships o'ne 'and two. of R1I01S .S'r. at dare dollars per quart bottle of the Subscript
Doc. 1st 1829.SEALED
Pensacola, r.ii! will he received at ficatcs of alluded! to Undo. Mayweg,
Proposals suns by
cambta: h'ITowlhhlli'. Papers fioin i-reiy part of the United States;
until the first day of April ) one. of range: thirty. PensieolaMayl2di, 1 1S-0.! -1-11J l : -, are lo-rtdaily received, and filed imniedinlcly after Vanbaun & Wilson.

next to supply the West India Squadron lute! l-Vacli-.Miil 'township two, of range thirty. Notice.ALL the nr/ito! of the iMnil.! Pens.icola, IGth January. l Ibi'J.20AES .

NavyYard with Fractional: ; townships one and two, olranje TERMS. "
ifrsonv interested in the Estate nf John Vl..UiiT.' : jiIX.t.tSupero
: thirty one. r.ijhl Dollars per unnum, payable in advance,
Fresh .Beef'A F4-artion.il and three ofraiiiji row deceased, ar hereby notified that the roor the accoinmodalion of now! Jcntlcmen; 5 .
: townshipstwo (tlndersigned.Clerk of the County Court will ex-
be
hose in the City uncertainsnl'sctlp-] ,
may
stay :ttll/
) ; l!lirly-I:; (Cl). officio ndniiNister on said Estate, pursuant to an I received Dollar gn ,
tions will be monthly, at one per
South of the base line and East of tire order of the Hon the Presiding fudge ot the mouth. 200 do. Soap No. L

JTe get < b I c s. I I Mciidi.in. County: Court, all venous having any demands Subsctibcrs! lo have the piiiilegr of introducing 2 dry Wine
against said I'siale will present them without Pipes Muhiga
beon Townships three, and four, ofjangu four. gen'PPlltl.tligers piatis.
lidsy. I I SacksY
ONE rr.+n. I Quberoptians; nre now received at the Reading Salt.
Fra onal township five, of jangetfive.Townships II. G.
The proposals to state the 1 price per I pound Ramsay, R+)'m.l
.
one and two, of runto&ix.Township's ; ClcrL -' A ,GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
li beef and the terms upon which the vegetables VT
of will furnished. tc n. two, three and eight of rangr JValton County, October lfih: lR2P- "a,C N otie e BUY GOODS LC.


': "Bond and security will be required for the Fractional townships two, three and four, >\1UtkCe 18 \\el'eGiven! > Is: Hereby Given. FOK SALE BY .I

faithful; performance of the contract. and towsiships fivo and ten, of range eleven.Fractional TO ALL WHOM J IT MAY CONCERN, Is HEREBY Given that at' the expiration of Six II. Michelct.

For further information apply at this Ofltcc. townships four and live, anal THAT James I'atker is dead!, and that letters weeks from t.i! ehll('. I will apply to the Hon Pensacola, June 2.">, 181'-I9-.f.

1 Charles P. Tuft, township ten, of range twelve.Fractiounl \tion on his estate have beenplanted County Court of cambiu fur letters of Adnunij I'

11avyAS9d. [ townships} fire and six, of to the Subsciiber. All peigons indebted (o ration upon the' edate of Nathaniel G. '. Slaugh.tcr. PlllNTKD WEKJLBY,
:. I the estate are requested' to make immediate 1'- .. dccetfcd. !'IYftn'lVf'1.. :! ft_ Mn } _
iiiirteclt.'l'hc ----- -- --w --.
42riLALLp ; ran!!o went, and thoie to uhom the estate is iiulroii-d., iu j Julius
townships ami fractional townshipswill present their claims wit/an the time prescribed It)' Pcscay, FOR THE PROPRIETOR,
N\'rlCE. be offered in the order above designated, law. .(,,umber 1O 1629-39if.
PiBer Ur tLW5
,
ersons. indebted to the Estate of John !beginning! with the lowest number of Section I.. James Kinlay: \Yi1.? I1a R,DlN. eG.
in each. Administrator OF THE
make i im-
.. ,decease((,are requested to I I71t or FIVE Gentlemen can be.ccoairaoda-
mediateS payment, and nil personn hiving them clams within i- l.nds: ; reserved by law for the use 'ofih.ioN ._r nsacolR. Jet. 24 :I829.--38-9t. FOUR Ufa Pi,. ratc boarding by, the subac riber ew 171\TI1D; ST 4n! .
Ranted to prenttt
aglinstgaid: estate are for will be NOTICE. reasonable net ms
other ex-
or
Law toAim purposes,
tUtttim prescribed by I James P.endlcton AN't1 'ni' THE>
:
5 sided. !h'' 'rl front sale. ,
) .i
: l STIHE Undcrs'aeJ! hugs received instructions to
,. Adnilnlstfatsl 1! ni\ ('::1 under my hand at the City of 4i preYent' or punish he ruttingof valuable I' Pensaeola, Nov. I0lh> 10th I 9.-39-3m.. TERRITORY, OF FLORIDA.

.Peueola l Dee.5th; 1659-42-St. f 'ril }fiilltnn; : this filth day of October, limber, upon the VuMir l, (n Live 0-k t W1S1t .
\ Writ only to end Cedar, butt j -
: A. D.: IS::!). A"ATth'e'1'crm ut'the Unttrd 'alrs Sti edit, '
1 r'r '-Tim1ernfeveryt1rhrriptiontakrnsnon; the Pub I P r in Iv if
.i neef
;;. iiW e. t' I ANDUEWJACKSON. :lie Land, f the purpose of Shipping, for I he --se 44 Cto'J)"& for the.county of JtlCk:unt appointpdcmb, FIVE DOLLARS por annum months DOLLAR pay
.
SIX
9,1 1SIX t By President;\ : :i g *. : '' '< [I':''qSawMills&c.I I.t i.to be understonynoweve 1 | .. be. !held. on the r-\ Monda or nest, mfint" i i. deforred' sit ,,I .
it 'week* aAerdite, I shall apply l ) te the i'p' that theinttructions do Hot apply :d timber u ,! for l is postponed!( 'b the! thud. A'Qud"l of VM neo Cttt. will I be re(pu iced, '"

&i ag Jottie* .f lfc;county ocrtuf Jackson GEORCE, ORAHA.M.Commissioner fuel or for plantation! ; ()U1"I',:, U.tle' ." her. P-'d: ITAdvertiserftenta JnserteJ conspicuously at ONE
Couny; for Letters orA'drainistration on the Estate t ofthe General Land; \ D. V By order.ofthe" iloof II, ?l\\lf. 3iackcnrldge i J lilt,.. DOLLAR ft>r ovory fourteen 'lines o r less! for
cac..Bed. ". ] ]y, Wright
( (; MroaAtUtwso1! : of said court, CUNTS: for each-
and FIFTY
L. :M. St no. OJfitr U. S. Altornew.Feracola P. TARDJFF.a the first Insertion,

T.IUah"i'Ie<r rnf l,y thn flme; rnle.