Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: 3 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: January 16, 1830
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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4 T I .1. SAC I LflBi.. JBi GAZETTE




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ner When officer, with thd" is.. f the said fund and shall and have full II !i
4 of Florida I any charged ,
suing or service of any summons, writ or'1 I pother [ ower ahd authority to make and execute 1 toforein the County Court Gadsden coun- r ;,
.- --- process, shall have lost any note, bond ;I leeds of bargain and sale and ample convey-i ty, shall and may be prosecuted to effect in ;".' Ii
or other instrument of writing, necessary in I ;inces, in fee simple for the same ; anduor'over said Court: Provided, that nothing herein t -,
oX/111 \ 1 NU M1d the collection of any debt or demand, when "I( : it shall and may be lawful for the ,I the same shall not exceed the sum of fifty said; Board and Directors, in furtherance of i parties from taking appeals as in other 11'f, t,
d u h1sT dollars] he shall go before some Justice of!' 1 the said objects, provided for and in this act, i I the Peace and make an affidavit, in whit; he : i if they shall deem] it necessary, to borrow Passed 21st November, 1829. .. t'el t
j shall slate the amount of the said lost note, | :any sum or sums of money on the faith and I .t,
j i bond or other instrument of writing, the'pledge i of the fund for building the Capitol, AN ACT .t
(date and value thereof, to whom payable) :commonly called the "Tallahassee Fund." I For the }'('liefofthc Tax Collector of Leon h .- ,

=:..--- ,- : -... and all other facts relating thereto, and the And till monies arising and accruing, in manner county. nIT- Iit .
Al/TIIOl. + i j" }'. manner of losing the same-And the said as provided, that is to say ; all monies 1 I 1 He it enacted by the GOl'enlOTand Legislativc o,
-- ----- --- ------- Justice of the Peace shall therenpon, issue a I :necessary to fulfil the contract for building :j\ Council of the Territory of Florid a. I a t "
AN ACT notice to the defendant or maker of such lost j I'the Capitol i shall be under the entire control'and That the Treasurer of the Territory of Flo- .t t :
To amend an Act, Concerning! thc appointment paper, requiring' hint! to appear, at his next I ; direction of the Directors, by this act I rida allow the tax-collector of the county of ... '
and jurisdiction of Justices of the court to shew cause, if any he can, why such !| :appointed, to be deposited for safe keeping, Leon, for theyears 1827 and 1828, the -amount ,""., .,,
the Peace. i lust paper may not be established ; and the !|i'i in any manner and in any place that they'1 of delinquencies and insolvents return- tD :.
lie it rnachd by tlc Governor and LcgisJatlfC ; : said; Justice shall also cause a notice of such I!jr may direct; ; and all monies belonging to the ed by him for the years aforesaid, as certified A r1t
(" ) of the Territory of rinrida, application to he posted up at the door of' :said fund, shall pass through the hands off! and allowed! by the County Court of aid ,. ,
'fII,11 I frollt' and .fte-r: the }ris.sgcol'tlus: act, I It1wn' his court room, on the day appointed for such J I tinvrstiga'.ion Commissioner of the City Tallahasec, county: and that the amount aforesaid, In t, ;1 ;I
'5l Lll he appointed hy the Governor ; ; and the said Justice shall on'' ;as C.'tf-.iier: : to said Directorwho shall receive placed on the books of the treasurer to tl.u \\B
and] Legislative'i Council/ O.-tlll'. '1\,: :riwry of I the day'appointed;;, I as aforesaid l proceed, ifji:I instead; of his present compensation, two anda credit of the said tax-collector aforesaid. .*.A
Florid, in e-tdi; and! every county in this \he is fully satisfied of the loss of such paper, \I Itf; ) per) centum on all sums paid; out andon Pa3SCd,12th November, 1829. d- .;
Territory, a competent utimher of fit and to make out a duplicate of the{ same, in the t all sums received in.-Any law provisionor !
proper! persons to ;:ct :its jus'iies: of the i peace: I j words of the original as nearly as t the circum-I tosolutinn in relation to this subject and AN ACT Ita .
who ..1tdllatJltI; their oflices for 1 the totm oflvo ( stances: of the case and the evidence t More opposing) the provisions of this act, to the To amend an act, "regulating Judicial proi* y, ,
verirv.: from lh> !'i'lt( of iheir i"si>ei-tut'; j i him will i iu t:*Vt nnd cse:: : the! ; affidavit of I rontrnty r.of.viih.ruling.! ; : !: \1 I ceedings ;" Approved 23d 1 November, 1828 .; .
commissionsind; ; : shall have and exeidse: j the within the limi's' of their respective j'isiricts' ; notes, bonds and other instruments i t :; of writing i!: said (slag.: .! :;ctutS! -hlconncnc.1Lecrectiop:! } ) Council of the Territory of Florida : "
exclusive, os'i..'.!nnl jurisdiction in suits, for thus} established, shall be :!s valid 'in law, to of set id Capitol, on or befoie the: :first fillY ofj i I That: when both parties, In an action at law, X. TiA 1 1d
the collection of I ;all l) 'debts, dues and: demands all interns and purposes as the oriinall'l'uld; January: next, and !shall. pi021 ess ,...itli al i i ;ree: to a trial without jury, the judgment 'n -
where the amount sued! for does not exceed ; have been. diligence :and: despatch: and complete:I Unsaid I shall: be as effectual as upon verdict. ;
the sum of fifty: retaliations and restrictions as are or may : person may 1)(' sued, in tire district t or county( 1ust: t, eighteen: hunched and /ity-one.: !1 ; f any female plaintiff or defendant shall marry,
hereafter he prescibed by the Legislative i where the debt sued for or crntr.tct sued on, Sec. :0. Be if fut f her enactnl, That: sai! 'jending; a suit, her marriage shall be suggested .IS ,
Coitncl of the Territory of Florida. was contracted or entered into, whether he Directors shall> judge: of the: t\ 'II k done! on on the record, and her husband thereupon .al ," .
See 2. He it /uihrerraetcrl, Tint when- he a. resident of t lit' same er: not. !said building! and of the mate-rials: !! i'tii niiltec!!, : m.ule a party, and the case proceed according IBOf .
over tilyvlcuncylt.dllr'i I Idi. ;en in :!-ny Justices Sec. 8. Be if further enacted, That:, in all up to the present time ; :.nd if it shnulel l h' : to law. r j. '..
..! --ct hv otherwi-e. the :same: shall be t filled by.the of a Justice! of the Peace, the testimony than woik done and materials" furnished, said : and ;administrates who shall produce b-
Executive upon a }petition from the inhabitant taken before said Justice shall he reported Directors shall have: power, if they think the probate of wills: or letters of administration, 10 r .
of the district, in which any such vacancy to the court above} :annexed) !10 the jecord. inteiesl IIfthe Territory requites it, to cause: duly obtained in nny of the States or Territories id vet
rusty: hup;;'en ; and the person or per- Sec. 9!). He it further cnactrd'f hat nothing said Contr dots to petfotin the work or furnish in the United States, and properly authenticated ,
.t>IllS .ppoiule-l! i so fill any !'lIcllran'y: slnll> in this act contained, shail It.o! con 1iud. the materials to the extent: of the advance under the act of Congress of the 3Dte :
1::, hold s 'id! office only for tle: unexpired term 1 as to vacate the offices of those Justices who ;already maeV.Sec. 2Cth May, 1790! shall! be authorised to main- Tits '. 4 I
of .l'r S'iCe of his l' 't'tC'Cl'lr.! : ( are now in commission in this Territory! 4. Be it Juriher enacted, That) the tain actions, in the several courts in this Ter- III ..'" I I'
Sc.c. 3. He it further enacted. That each whose nomination has been conlil nH'clllY the following person shall constitute said Boardof ritory uuder the same rules and regulationsas .
;ind! every justice, of the peace, who may L(' Legislative:; Council. Directors, \ix : Alexander Adair) John S. other plaintiffs.SPI 111 .
appointed) under the provisions: of this act, Sec. 10. He ,it further enacted, Tha t on Shepard, and I Robert Butler ; i-nel in case *. 4. Be further enacted, That if any .i. t! .,:
shall 1).f01'llie) enters upon the duties of ii's' all appeals from a Justices' Court to the either of the above named: peisons should) plaintiff or complainant, after the institutionof It \. "i l t!
office, lake mid j..I:>sl'i the; .in ouh 01 iiflirination l Couiiiv ur Superior Court, the !same;;: rules I refuse to :act, remove from the Territory, or any suit, should: } } remove himself or his effects of 4.; ,, ,i
before or some .judge; of ill( superior court or justice are frivolous and inturvk-d f?r (lcla.\ appoint some fit and discreet person to fill the defendant: giving thirty days previous ) ,t 't.
of the county court, "to support the only) :as govern appeals from the cciutsabove. ; .:.;id vr.t.'incy! ; ard l said Boat of Diiectors notice to the opposite party, or his attorney, >d Ii.
constitution t I of the) t Tnited Statesnd, to adjriiuier shall annually; heieafter, within (the first six to move to dismiss the suit, for want of secu- re l .
the 1 laws;+ to the best t of, his know- Sec. 11. :llltllH it further enacted, That (elavs! of each session of the Legislative Council rity t for cost ; Provided that the said plaintiffmay of r I I
) ll.tlt': skill ;>nd jtbility: without favor: par-: so much of the tenth and thirty-fouiih: : make out a tepoit and 1 present! it to said, enter into bond for the payment of costs, ,Id
ti'ilitv't prejudice: I ;" :and( such oilier oaths tions of ;>n Act Concerning! tho-<: )I'ointment I Council, :stating: in said; report the amount of and the case proceed, as it had before been .. I It.t
niJV) be requited uf :ell) office-rs;, civil :and and jurisdiction 'f Justices of the : money, by them drawn 'for, in favor of said liven..
richIi': t Peace," Approved the 21st day of November \ : Contractors: ; the progress) of the building and Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That the t
\ : 182S, as conilicts. with the provisions ofa all other matters and things hit-It, in the superior and county courts shall have powerto e: ",
count\*' court uf he county w for which he is law of Congress, which gives to *hc- parties, opinion! of said _Boaid, may be beneficial! to establish copies of lost papers, deeds or other ..
uppointed.S'c.}) t"in any court-of this Territory, the iiht: of the interests of the Territory of Florida, writings, in the following manner : if 1,.
4. He it further clad,',], Tint noj I appeal l) or writ of error to the Superior Courts relating to the completion] of said Capitol.Sec. any paper be lost by an attorney, or other i !i.
sale of-my tooror: chatties taken in (xc- of this Territory, be and the same arc here- 5. Be it further enacted, That the officer of the court, after the commencementof I :I j
cutioii, by virtue of a writ frojn a justice of( fiv repe-tled ; and so much of the act, to said Boat of Directors shall have po\\erto an action thereon, it shall bo the duty of .., !
the peice shall! ; be m :de by any c0I1"tablt.1! which thi-i is ;::11 amendment, Approved 1 ] the cause so much of the North West quarter of I I the said attorney, or other officer, to file, upon i !
unless the !same sh.iil;! ; have,:) been prexiout'y' i,,,21si day November: 1812S, as directs the section 36, township one, range one-, :North oath, a substantial copy l thereof, and to .Ir,t
advertised( at least lilt(-t,1) days, in three i in-inner) of suing. : out and prosecuting writs of and West, to be surveyed and laid oft as a tate that the original was in his possession y-
public places in the count t.* one of which attachment, :and i.ll other acts and I p'its; of burial cr-amd for the City' of Tallah:issee, and has been lost or mislaid, so that it is not 6 .' .:1
places} :shall be the: door( of dIr <-ffi (' of the I acts, inconsistent with the provisions of this as said Board may think reasonable; : Provided within, his knowledge, control, power or custody ".] of
Jn.,ace rr lining: the! same ; and: ;all consta- act, he and the same art hereby repealed. that said Board shall not have }power ; and if the said paper, deed or other a r ., .;t t
LIp,' siles: heieafier shall; h)(' on the court day Passed, November 19th) 1S29. to ;rant more than twenty acres, which land writing be lost by any person, before the comnencement 4 J
*. of ihe ::...; who issued. execution, and when laid off as aforesaid, shall he kept) by of any suit thereon, it shall be o 10 \lit,. I
bev.v*en the hour of ten o'clock l of h.1 forenoon r AN: ACT the City of Tallahassee for that express use lawful for the person, from whose possession t
( and: three in the :afternoon : Provided, To de-fine the time for completing the and no other. he same was lost, to give, at least, thirty t.; tft..
Tl. :t if then. shdl:: not be present: a .sufficientliusnbrr Capitol' ;and for other purposes. Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, Th.it days notice in writing, accompanied with a ..,' .' I. .1
;, of peisoiis, in ihe opinion of the Be enacted bridge (.orcrtwr(111(1 Legislative the Commissioner of the City of Tall ihassee; substantial'copy thereof, to the person who i ,,
tioixtthlo: : to piorlure) a fiir! competition: on { Council of the Territory of Florida, !\ slate! in no instance, direct the trustee for the made or executed said paper ; or is otherwise i rl;
the day of sik-: s-s! .iforeviid.( then and/ in that j jca l That there) shall! he appointed a Board: of lots in the addition of the City of Tallahassee ; liable for the amount of the same, stat i. 11
,.e, the constable! may: postpone) the! sale Directors, to consist of duce, whose duty it :; to proceed under his authority; as trustee ing in said notice that the original i is lost and
. fom d i iv to cliv. rot exceeding' three days=", *twIt he to superintend' the erection of the to make the amount due upon any lot, that it is his or her intention to make appli- I If
an '' if no sde I he effected! on the third day; I Capitol, and to cause the same to be built, I!! until he shall first consult: with said Board of cation to the next term of the superior or ;1'r f'
iheue sh dl be po.-iponed(} until the regular; according: to the true intent and meaning of' Directors, and obtain their written approbation : county court, of the district or county, to r, t ".l
?:d-j ,1..f'! \\,. I the contract, entered into by the Commissioner j ,* stating particularly: each lot so to be establish a copy in lieu thereof; and if the :.I r 4 .r
St'c:5. Be itfttrtiirr enacted, That if upon and Contractors for building the :same: 'sold ; and that in all suits against {purchasers, said person shall file a substantial! copy of said I i 'f,
any exemtioit' the constable shill return I t according to the plan adopted by the Legis- for the collection of said debts or instalments paper, on oath, with the clerk, (which oath : I
"no properly: found( !," and tho plaintiff ':'l.itivc: Council ; Provided, nothing, herein for said lotshe, purchasers shall pay all shall also state that the original is lost or mislaid 4
nxccuiionshall go !hvfcro: the ju-sice and '!I contained: shall be construed so as to prevent I cost. so that the same is not within his knowledge -
in: Ue affidavit, that to the, best of his or her !''the said Directors from making any change!?: :I Passed, November 21st, 1829. custody or control) and shall make it
1\1)11 vli'd-re! : and< belief, :any peisoti or persons,Jin I the said 1 plan: of the interior of the Capitol, appear to the court, that the said notice has
to be by him or her in still ailida\it named,/ which they may deem advisable ; Provided! A N ACT, been regularly served, as is herein directed ;
is or aie'i"ily indebted to, or hath or have; such change shall be approved by the said! To amend the several acts to incorporate it shall be the duty of the said court, if there
any of the 1 property) I) of the defendant in execution Contractors and their securities, and sir.1l the City Pensacola. be no cause shewn to the contrary, to order
: in his, her, or their possession: or not Cbuilding_1..__..;__ .1.le sum 1).t.III11: 1S: S11p11 1..l((;(1 f Ur He it enacted by the Governor and _Legislative that said copy be established in lieu of the original ,
control, then .;nil in that. case: it shall and the same ; and also to examine: the j Council of the Territory of Florida, so lost or mislaid ; and all copies of ,
jnay be }lawful for the said Justice of the materials and] to decide upon their fitness for I 'That the next annual election! of mayor and papers established, as herein prescribed, shallbe
Peace to grant the garnishee i process\ as provided said work. And the said Board or ,any two ;ildermen, for the city ol Pensacola, shall! as valid and effectual, for all legal purpos. )
for in the act, to which this is an of them, shall have power to draw upon the take place on the first monday of June next, es, as the original could have been, had the "
ameftdmont, and have the same proceedings Commissioner!;; of the City of Tallahassee, ;md that said election! shall take place on the same not been lost.
thereupon, so far; ;a*: the same can: bo applied I for money in favor of the Contractors, as the first monday of June, in each and every year Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That each t Iri .
such shall and the hereafter. and every judgment shall be docketed by the i tI ;t..
against garnMiee or garnishees ; and if work of said Capitol progress ;
any garnishee shall acknowledge! him or her Commissioner, as aforesaid, shall pay all Sec. 2. And be It further enacted, That clerk of the court, rendering such judgment, ti i t.t 3I
self indebted to the said defendant in execution such drafts, out of any money he may havein the mayor and*members of the board of aldermen alphabetically, in a book to be kept for that
in any amount not thru actually due, his hands belonging to said fund, which who maybe in Office, on the first day purpose.Sec. ,) ,
the said justice of the peace in that case, is drafts, properly receipted, shall be sufficient of April next, be and they are hereby continued 7. Be it further enacted, That all
liervby directed to enter up judgment against vouchers, in his settlement quarter yearly, in office until the first monday of June process shall run in the name of the TerrU -.,!,
such garnishee; for all or so much of- said with the Treasurer of this Territory ; and to next, and that vacancies which may occur by tory of Florida, shall bear test in the name ,
debt as will be sufficient to satisfy: said plain enable the Commissioner to meet such draftsa resignation or otherwise, between the first of the clerk issuing it, be signed by said clerk
tills demand, together with all the costs : may be drawn on him, the Board of pi-it ,mondays of April and June next, shall or and bear date when issued, and, when not .
Provided, that such judgment, so entered upas rectors uc hereby authorised and empower- may be filled, in the same manner, as is prescribed otherwise provided by law, shall be made
aforesaid, shall he stayed until sixty clays i ell (should the money in hand, arising from for in other cases of vacancies. I returnable to the next ensuing term of the
after such claim or debt, so garnisheed, shall 1 the available funds appropriated for this Passed 21st November, 1829.! courUwhcnceit was issued. Summons ad res-
become due, and then execution may issue i oujcct, as authorised by authority of law, be pondendum shall be made returnable td tho .
.thereupon, as upon other judgments. inadequate to meet these provisions,) to sell AN ACT court having jurisdiction over the county, in
Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That theJustice's and dispose of any of the quarter sections of Concerning the County Court GaiUden: which the defendant resides, Or the cause of cl,
of the Peace sItdlltavH power t I land], appropriated} to the purposes o1' buildr County.Be action accrued, and the cause shall not be
establish lost papers, notes/ bonds or other ing the said Capitol ; in any manner they it enacted by the Governor and Legis- tried in any other county, unless for good
1 .instruments; of writing, in tho following man- may* think most advantageous to tho.. objects A lative Council of the Territory of Flerida, cause tho venue shall be changed, except in r'. i


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brought against two or more defendant s raarous petitioup! and memorials presented on the 21d'; u. Stale There is ncnc no doubt, cxlra r.' comes ctoat to B-d and toots tragic.)

uses residing in diflvrcnt districts. or counties. 1:len was one of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Corn. dinary as it may appear,that such is the fat:' B.-He he devilish fair but now my

it ..!iill'bc: lawful for the plaintiff compl pane, to which Kea attached the name of the \Oenf'fa- Much activity existed in the Liverp I I dear A-n tell mo where she was t how

;w', or his agent or attorney( to commence c he Charles Carroll of CorrcJllton, the only surviving cotton market, and prices had improved. A. did- she look? who was with her ?

his action in cither: district or county in which 1 1 signer of the Declaration of Independence, pl1l'rng I Liverpool paper of the 24th says, "The sale s i A.-II uo was with her was he ? Well I

the other defendant reside*, and it shall b c for an additional!subscription on the part ofthe United !t first week were upwards of 28,200 bales,,, wanted to know his name. I could not toll

ihe duty of such oftirr.r, upon the the receipt States to the Stuck of the Company. Many bills almost an unprecedented amount, and 'the i who the devil it was. But I say B---<]

of such writ, (provided his Tees are previoi .parsed the house; the most imlortant:1S a Bi'l: reoI I business done on Saturday and )'esterdaywas who'sGO?

ly tendered by the plaintiff,) to serve tht 1 ported by the Committee of Ways and Means, rnak-; I also \ery considerable, being about G 000 B.-Good-very fair, 'gad-Dut now for

same: aivl to return it to the office from whichit I ing an appropriation for repairing and fitting out the bales." God's sake speak without quibble or equivocation -

issued. Frigate Brandywine. The object of this appropr The following paragraphs are all we find: for you know how interested I am. ,

Sec. 8. DC it further enacted That i in I tion 8 s explained by Mr. Me Duffie, i is, to flupply that are worth extruding. I A.-The deuce you are I always took

original process issued against any corporatIOn -, the place of the Hornet on the West Indict}Stalk; A Russian officer arrived at Odessa oa t the \ you for a very disinterested fellow unless

service upon the agent of said <"?!'porn- which vessel, we have no doubt is lost. 30th Ocr, with the ratification of the treat y when the protection of F-a or the offer-

tion shell be valid ; and the plaintiff, after The following It esolution offered by the lIon. J. of peace, and ,was to set out immedhtjly 1 for turd defence of the South and South Western

such !service, may proceed in judgment} aexecution 1 M. White of Florida, was adopted. Adfljnople. All the persons attached to the States were in question.

.' ; Provided, the corporation is not Resolved, That the Committee on the Russian Embassy at Constantinople had re- B.-No\v my dear A-n I confess myself

a body politic within this Territory.Sec. Public Lands he instructed to inquire into theo ccived orders to depart for their different guilty in regard to those paltry and as I

9. Be it further enacted, That s expediency of providing hy law, that such< posts. Count Orloflf was to }proceed to the I have always maintained them to be min'rinterestsBut .

much ot the act, to which this is an amennientf ( I persons as may be entitled to donations and : Turkish Capital: on an extraordinary missio what have they in common

as requires clerks of courts to furnish pre-emption rights, under the law of the United Jusuf {I'acha, of infamous noiprictv, intf'nd. with the interesting query I have made .

copies of process issued, so 'much of the 17th J States in Florida, whoso claims conflict cd to seek an asylum with the Pasha of 1 E- To he continued as the writers of Magazines -

section o.'said act as relates to marshals, and: I j' with private grants, and with each other, gyp The plague has again broken out at say in our next-I have quoted the

the 31st; 42d<< and 43d, sections of said art< shall he permitted to locate their claims on : Odessa among the Jews. above extract from "me mori" (memory)

and all p.irts thereof, which are inconsistent I public lends of the sumo quality and value as I II The is a report we balieve a correct one, and inasmuch as I am rapidly going the way

with the provisions; of this act, be and the I contiguous to their settlements as may }prove that overland dispatches havo been received of all flesh, I shall make all speed in furnish-

same arc hereby repealed. practirahloAppointments from India, announcing the perfect restoration ing you with the remainder of so valuable a '

Passed November 14th, 1829. ly the President in the recess of the Senate i harmony/ in the army, in consequence work.-In the mean time 1 crave tho atlthor'I
1 __ 0--- --: ----- I of an intimatiou that the and obnoxious
0 ANTHONY BUTLEH, of Mississippi i to be ChaJgI new > pardon for what 1 have already pur-loincd. 1
regulations would not be entoreed.BUCHAREST .
GAZETTEi'ENS.CULA d'AfFuires of the United States at Mexico. : VALE.

JOHN M. BO'.VYER, of Alabama, to be Consul ofi I Oct. 23. -
the United States for f the of Juozacualct in the Wo have nothing new from Giurgev: .
,. port HULL.
JAN IGt! 1830.
SATURDAY, i The Pacha still refuses
i to give lit> the place
place of Charles Douglass removed. : and Genera) LuskarniT received This gentleman is known as the superintendent -
JOHN G. BOKKK. of New fork to be Consol General : any of the first and
Arrival of the U. S. Ship Erie. '"tuitlwr instructions, in of his only mint cmMM! : f:.
of the United States for Switzerland.Tallahassee consequence reporl ed in the colonies of \ew England! ni-it
} to Count Diebiisch. The fc.roe of the
-.. they were under tho British '
-- .a.--- govcrmr.ri. .
The U. S. Ship Eric, Master Comd't. CONNOR, ,Jan. th. Russians before that fortress is 9000 men: Accoiding to ;Mather's Mugnalia, !hf' CMS
one third of whom unfit
are for service i in
arrived at this port on Wednesday last, from Vc 1 Rank; of Flo/ida. -Bookstt:opened onFriel" the son of a poor woman, but dutiful, ;:id!
I uf fevers
'Cruz. .\ in pur>u.incc of the art of incOl po- !I consequence} other diseases.To tender of his mother, which Mr. Wilson hisntinis'ter

To the officers of the Erie, we arc indebted fort] ration, to n-ceive subscriptions. Fifteen [of the first church in Boston] observing -
thousand dollars only have been suhscribefor the Editor of the Pensacola Gazette. that
following informalion.-The U. S. Ship Falmouth, pionouncc-d God would bless
Com. ELLIOTT, u?J tho Paaoook, Capt. McCAi.r., ; hut it is supposed that the slock will be SIR-I have received assurance from a him, a.nd although :lio was then poor, yet ho "-

were at Vera Cruz on the 9th of December, the latter taken so as to enable the bank to go into opcration :I good hand that Job. and his brother Corn. should raise a great estate." He was admitted ) -

to sail for Tampico, the next day.-Com. f.LI.IOTTwas 1 in April, the time appointed for the i Cobb are both absent-as M feeble substitul e foreman by the Massachusetts Colony, in

waiting for the arrival of)Ir. POIXJ.ETT!: f.'om payment of trio second instalment. :I for their lucubrations I transmit for the ins May 1649, and when the mint was erected

Mexico and would bring him. to the mouth of tlMississippi structiun and edification of your readers an by the government of Massachusetts in 1G32,

or this place-Mr. Poin ett was expect d We havtt; been favouicd hy Mr. Preston of extract from a work published "long timeago" for coining shillings, six pences, and three

to be in Vera Cruz the first week in the: present: month Jjidsden Conunty, with a statement of the entitled "Wit made easy or a hint t o pences, he was appointed mint master. Ho

The Erie touched at Cnmpoacliy) and Sisal:: for the produce uf his plantation the last season hj Y Word Catchers." II. N. was to coin tho mnupy, "ofthf' just alloy of

purpose of making enquiry into the cause of the the labour! of forty hands. 1-iz.s .- EXTRACT. the then new sterling English money ; and

detention .of the sch-x/ner Ajax.: The cxplauatioiroct.'ivcd 50 Hogsheads rr of sugar, Interlocutors. A-n and B-d. for all the charges which should attend melting
80 Barrels of I11oa :s{'.", refining and coining ho to be allowed
were perfectly sintisf.u.-lory: and Ca iji I Conm r A.-Here comes B-d the liveliest yet was -
thinks our commerce in that qinrt !r will meetvi)! 0000 UI.'Ittis of corn, I. most tiresome of word cuthcrs. I wonder to take fifteen pence out of every twenty

no other obstacle. We rcgre' to learn that no news 10 Bales of cotton} whether he will have wit enough to lu-n r shillings." A very large sum was coined, by

had been heard of tho [is\ntet. Cnpr. Nonni", sinethe e 600 Bushels of Rice rood news of his lady love-Well B_ which lime her cubic 'With the same hands extensive improvements ; eral Court afterwards was sensible that this
Oth Sept. at slipped: : &! 'IIIY I dear fellow, I hope I see you well.B .
proceeded to sea-Mr. HARRISON American Vice h tt-c'.ceU undo, in the election of -I hope you do my dear A-n,other- was too advantageous a conti aft, and Mr.

Consul: and several niorrhnnls with core.,iderablr! build! ni'-s, &c. and J30 acres ot+ land: have vise you hate; lost your eyw-iight.; Hull vas offered: a large sum by the court to
I been clearer! release them from' it, but he refused to du it.
money, were on board. We canhavu now nodoul t A. Good-well how do ye do ?
I Owing to the early frost the inexperience I The first money was struck in 1652, and this -
that this fine vessel her gallant officer? and crew are B.- How ? why as other people do, you
lot. I +i)f our pl.tn'crym,1' the want of previous pre- would not have me eccentric would you ? late was continued on all the pieces, although -

The causes which have been oprratnis M rrr.d<;! |>:antions, the quantity of sugar made{ this A.-Nonsense I mean how do you find< ; the coinage continued fat thirty years

the Government of Cluerroro unpopular, with a large year is small ; but the (knowledge of some yourself 1 ifter. There was, however, a great varietyof
of the : very important f'tcls have been attained B. Find where : dies, but it cannot now be determined in -
portion (perhaps majority) people (or rat tN myself is the necessity
army) of the United State oOfcxicoare supposed to : which will insure futiue MHCCSS.1t of J finding myself! ? I have not been lust.AIncorrigihl what seats the pieces were coined. Mr.

be known. The projort to accomplish which, th,, It has, been ascertained that cane if !,; dog! coupe now to bierious. Hull was probib'y the same person 1 who was
nit inimc'di.iti'ly: after a frosl I i is n;>l injured forrsnufacture admitted in 1C60 a member of the Ancient _
province of Yucatan is now in array, and f.r which the (B.-Cowrs close to A-;?, and
!I of and bo and Honorable Artillery, of which he was
troops at Pncbla. have lately risen, is "C f\: TH.U.ISI"I ; sugar may pieserveri yoRs vrry serious.)
I, v.rrkbut will if h jft elected ciiptaiu in 1678.: He was also chosen -
fij' be .
spoiled standing.2d
Aril what!
fl,) 'which for the present th iy wish to n .:owl'r in one iwLiridllal-lltlll; indirilt:1/1 i-i to bit :st i t,.! A -lijiht degree acidity will not pre- .::"' I am (oue to be serious. treasurer of the colony of Massachusetts "
& l the of in 166 ; and, in 1680 wa del ted assistant 1
Anna, iunl here i" th1 ]H.-.\l.1lfC: cu.X' of tie! m.irrneuls Seal giHiinl-itiou' thq' quantity sugar A.-Conio' now-nonsense B- dave .
or counsellor, an office which he sustained
will be fiiisii-hcd.:
( his
n .W in on arm.)
The lir I .".,c Di'trirt prcgro: (if Ca.nncac'iy, is i C(.iniiinrnlot! cl Our planters!: in general arc highly gratifi- B.-(Lookinir! dawn at his arm) I cap( 'tlease until lIe! left his death, on the 29th September and 1683.
pJ withiio I p-irtial success which hay attend- a large personal estate, one of
Ly St. Anna's 1''IIh'r-in-1.tw: and t"':r2 t'ICflU reriiful : Ofrlbis-t would look v;ry absurd! too he best real estates in the Ho leftan
jeer their rfiorts uudor cirrumslancf which country.
its first iuipuL The truth is i tat: there is i t..) ,. ; wiihout!I a :.sleeve.A. .
child Hanmh who
... 'ourhlc climate would haveirodurcd only was born in
;.V s ftt !
in a .-Ah hah make
power known or felt in all Mexico-but the ;-tnrl.t you me laugh ; 658, who married the Hon. Samuel Se.wall
total! fuilure. Their increased
a spitc of my.p1f-Bow's Jackson ?
The military power originate;r.n-1 1 prOCH! -: a rev>- .4n Feb 1676. It
onfiM-m'o: i i.. f'stcn by tho late advance was commonly reported,
t man B.-The deuce! Ifow's Jackson ? well J
lution there, at its plee.ure-"tlcr people" h:1HO Governor Hutchinsoii that he received
exkteni-e in the I juice of labour and hands! : as well as Wryer should"& havcllonght that-Howe cane says with her THIRTY THOUSAND POUNDS in
he inerest! excited,' the lnds: about to be Jackson ?
lately imposed him with his
Whilf the Jric' wa ;,t Vera Tnrit was s.-rcflv- on yew* England shillings. In Bowen's Boston
brut u"ht! into market.or.. If Adv. .!
vier: uncle-I
possible: fi>r the Hirer left in coinuiand ()luring; a !to;W; e state by sonic ; have not seer Mews Letter, vol. 1, p. 249, we find the fol-
4- notice of it in the! _
absence of G> St. his !_ any Telegraph.A. .
jioniry : n. Anna, at country! res iMyirig account of this marriage portion.
NASSAU'! Dec. 19th.
dcnce to keep the troops from declaring f-r tin: 1 .Scbr. WilLiam .-Good bye. "So father Hull, after his daughter was completely -
.AI"/wciI07J: Sicpwreck.1lir -
revolt of Puebla.-At Sisal the officers ofttho}! Eile; mier Dawson CI'irlof New York from 111)ctaiiizii ; him) "Good Bye" what a and richly too, dressed, and prepared -
.! <:tood that Guerrero had left the city ofMex'.co wiili!, iiclmiond bound for Pous.icola Florida, idden enthusiasm, in t 1:1\,11":; of some man of for the ceremony, caused her to be put

J5()') men to march on Puebla and had ordered Sr- driven violent on the reof tile name of "Bye" "Good Bye" to think into one side of a large pair of scales, in
was by a tempos corner
Anna to proceed from Vera Cruz with GOO men to uf Cotri Island of Abaco on the7h of A-n standing at the of a street rescucc of' her friends, and then piled on
ney ,
meet him, having Puebla between them.-Gen. St. : Dec.-she struck the rocks at 2 o'clock, doatinq" loudly on the integrity' of a Ir.llyc. dollars ar.d crowns, silver money, until they r

Anna's brother in law] declared his opinion, that the A. M. and went to pieces in three minutes. I weighed her down." It is also added that

result would he the! junction amd co-opciatimi of St The Pa>Sl'nCrs! on hoard! were Di. Patrick A.-Lwllcrons enough. I card help she ras reported to he a plump, hearty girl,

Anna's troops and those of Puebla and the vninulialr. Mullen, olUichmoud, -JNlr. Thomas Cuoksof ('\' laughing I cont s. But laughing does not _Hin lzam Gazette.We .
always imply merriment-yon do not delight -
t awl Mid overthrow of Grterrcru'sgorcrnne.nl said ciiand! female j
a' ( ) servant
: us 1 with these sort of jokes but tickle us are authorized to announce Mr.James Peudlo-
There is no doubt, drat cicil ', ;
a bloody tear is woicfaging hc consisted of the captain: mate
in JJfuif.o.U.c crew and tickling may give pain. ton, as a Candidate for the Office of Sheriff Esimbia -
Isaac of New York steward
{ Thompson! ,) ,
subjoin a list of the officers of the Erio. uud three seamen. Mr. 'Cookscy: servant, B.-Don't accept it then, --you need not County.
DAVID CO.VXOR, Commander. take every thing that is given you. -
Esquire, filth the matt were washed front the wreck
We authorized Samuel
are to announce Fry
A. You will
Lieutenants.-William Bocrum, James Goo rum, and perished.: The !survivors after clinging want a straight answer some Impure as a Candidate for the office of Clerk of the

dune; WillL-tms, Willitm F. Lynch Cary II. to fiiignients of the wreck furtive hours,, (during j day _;uul then- County' Court of Escarnbia.s ,
B.= You will describe circle around
Hancford.Surgeon.. -- a me -
\\ hidl period they suffered thing
.-iCt*>'III-g S. Sproston.! I every before you give it-well that's your affainot r I The friends Adam Gordon Esquire, announce
lion of death,) were rescued tram their -
Sailing !faster.--Jerome Callan. percms minc-vou'll astonish the natives that'sA. him as a Candidate for the Office of Clerk of the I
situations by humane exertions of 01 "
PN.rsrr.-D. M. I (: Court of Escatohia.
'ihornton aunty
\lr. Alhert Saundeis, (Abacoj who uedevry -
MMfhipmcn.-II:!ratio N. Cady, Tlioman J. P;lg.e, means that huni.iuiiy and intrepidity A.-It's great nonsense you must allow DIED.

TVilliam Radford, HInjcminIcore: -Thomas, I I otild( :suggest! to alleviate the sufferings of his}! K.-I can't see why It is greater nonsense:: In this City, on Thursday the 7th inst: l\rrs.l\f.? ..-
-North, Alexander C. Maury, Cicero Pi ice, fellow men: he took the survivors to his house than any other pronoun. ISLI.STINE:, a native of New York, and for Fume;
JRichaid Dacha. -Tnd.1. and administered io them nil the comforts A.-(in despair) Well Ifs of no use r sec. .V I In this City, on the ttth instant,>Ir. 1 Malcolm
Captain's. Chrli.flohinrett.. their deplorable situation requited ; of those B.-Excuse me : It is of the very greatest I Dyer, of New York. -

Pa .-Parsed Midshipman} P. F. (';}n cIJ' I lost, the body of Mr. Cooksoy, alone, was use. I don't know a part of speech more "'"'""..

The officers and crew of the Erie: are all welltheofficcri found and decently interred. Dr. Cullen, uS'Cful. It performs all the greatest offices uNature f Not iC e

and crew of the Falmouth and Peacock were Jnpt. Clark ;wa l the survivors of tutu crew and contains in fact< the whole mvs- "

All well on the 9th December. rrixed: here on Tuesday last.Nrtyfonts. teryofthe world-PO we net say It rains- IT to herr, hy give, ortirpRacVmel':',an persons Mt to harbor
conc i :; s '
The Erie dropped doper to the Navy Yard )'ester- It is fine weather-It freezes-It thaws- : J, or any from, mJ wife

day and sails this tIIIJ on a lizc. ; Doc. 23. and speaking of the icvrk at St Rosa Island, I !

Latest from El1?la7UI.-The packet ship It has ceased to progress. It (which is very Gayler,
To the Hon. J. JJ. White, ft-e are indebted for ad- arrived od(1)) is one o'clockIt juts been a very IH i she has ,t ft my bed and board without any lawful C.
George Canning Capt. Allyn '
cause .. .
dttional documents provocation. And I do hereby give notice\apersons
accompanying the President'Message. ) frequent observation" -there It
night bringing us our files of London andLh'crpnoi j goes -n,1I
:, not to credit her on account I
We shall lay such of them as are of ; es--How It ? (which by the i isa my
gene goes determined
papers, the latter to her day of way out to pay any debts of her contracting.
pal interest, before our readers, as Boon as our limits : I translation IVom the Latin) Eo, is it J';
tiling, (the 24th ult.) and the former to the ; 0 I i John Gavlcr.
Will permit. I 23d. The intelligence from the Continent 'Igo ; is, thou gocst; it, he or it goc.jn': !1 -cambia County.January 1 1th.'18:30-47-' 3t. .

contained in them, is not of a later date than short -
We have now three North is! due by the way' I II that brought by the Charlemagne. The I A.-In short if I wanted: a t YjsSPrtatiou on Notice.

Of: Altnirantej. the new Contractor, who! was to have It, now is the time for Its
American Minister had an interview with the But I don't ; sogood "RHE. copartnership heretofore existing ia this
commenced operation t the 1st January, has not yet Duke of Wellington, on tho 18th ult. al the (i I l I, bye (guing; ) I saw Miss M last i 4L place under the firm of

made his 'appearance.Inform is required, and we reasuiy. Much interest seems to exist i in night I KOI'JIAV 4- IIYER,

have no doubt the P. .M. General will rigidly enforce London on the subject of the negotiations B.-The} devil you did t! where was it ? i. and In New Orleans under that of .
the law: him. HYER 4jfiCOPM LV
against 1' between Mr. McLean and the President ofthe A.-(to himself now have him and will

We beg leave to inform the Contractor, the DuratCor English Board of Trade, which arc spoken venge myself.. IVhere was It. Eh ? Oh / ia having this any day claims dissolved'hy against said mutual concern consent.here all arc those vets

rout, tint.-aharisiLe: word, and quick!* the1potion" : of as having for their object the rC-: toration you' must know a great deal more about Itthan tJl1estl'd t' present them for settlement, and all those ,
with this administration. I 110.n.Nay. indebted will please make immediate
to this country of the colonial trade payment to

The London Morning Herald, speaking onthis my dear fellow do tell me-I'm II. IIp r.

CONGRESS. subject, says, "\Ve announced some daysago 00 thorns. Henry Kopman,

lye have the proceedings of Congress np tQ the that apprehensions were entertained thatour A.-Very odd thorns indeed I never saw Henry Ilyer.

fjith Df'cember1' bosi-ess of much in.erelit'aod I II1Aportapeti j Government were seriously thinking of an Acanthus-1'ook so'rike'ar avement. The business here will jn (uture be conducted and, ,

boa ret bees trc&wcttd. Ajoo>> tt rowing Ow West India trade th n g'd general assortment kept hy H Flyer.PeagawV .
aj to B.
$ open -Come now to be serio s. (A-A ,Jaauarv l&tb, 1630; -47 4u;



4 .

____ __ .b6. _, t
Shipping List. Tax Collector's Sheriff's Sale. Notice.

f \ Tlmrpday the 18th February next, T shall ex
:. to ?ale in front of the Court House, i .. on the Estate of-
\l(, 1 rr OF PEXSJ\COI a. WILL the City of Pensacola: between the hours of( 10( A. ]nPATDZC 1'IUJ1r. Dec.
.... mid 3 P. M. for cash, to the highest bidder, a Negro] ,
On the 3rd Saturday iu April man, named Cooper, as the property of the estate of having been granted to tb? Subscriber, all persons
ARRIVED.Jan. .Abraham Simmons deceased ; to satisfy a judgment indebted to said estate, are hereby notified to make
Hi;iI! .-S.'hr. Maii.i, Baker, ;New \T the Court House door of the County which R. Allis recovered before Justice! Pdrmnntier, immediate payment, and all those to whom the es
ortf',1 J. C. &. C. r. .1 of Jackson, in the Town of Marianna, levied upon and returned to me by Henry A. Nunes tate is indebted, to present their claims within the
Oii'-'t.s: :; s' ) cargo to time Law otherwise
constable. Said Negro remains now in custody. prescribed by this notice will
to the Revenue Law of 1828 the mv
KP*' ', J. Jt-rrison: jr., G. W. Barklo'y, }JHlrSIHnt be plead in bar ofrec
F.T. f'C ) \IY\S,
K.,I.'1I..l & J liver I (;ant 1 plif !Ii i & Foster, the following property, for cash. Escamkia very..James "Finlay,

O'nr'pnrnster, and ;ho master.: Qo Acres of Land lying in said County, Pensacola, 15th January Sheriff 1830.-17-tds County, Administrator.

12ih.-I'. S Transport Schr., Florida, on the waters of Chipola, I Ifevied upon}
5th Jnn. 46
Bh. 1 T.HI/r" r 'yo ) {I'{) satisfy Amos Aycock's taxes due 30 cents. MAIL ARRANGEMENT.Northern Ig30- -8w,. -

SJir. Cti.-ul-s. II.t\s, HIM'--; 'y, New Or- -n ffeiOl Acres of Land lying in" sai-j Mail ISurnt Corn. List of L cttersMEMAINTNCJ
Ip;'I1", : soV.ri! csrjo to 'Mr. Duncan .$ 11r.JItfNv. JL County the waters of Chipol ", t
Due every Wednesday; at 7 o'Clock P. :31.Departs in the Post Office at
levied] to satisfy John Clarke's Taxes
13tk" -S('!ir. Surj.riz.', O'Fla'irriy': St. due] 6S2J upon cents : also, every Sunday at G;o'Clock A. M. pc. 31, 1829, which, if
Northern Mail Almirantc.I taken within three
by not )11t months will be _
\I.lrl. tars( inc. to m"f.;
rf'f1 Acres of Land in siid I
KVJi.: -Srhr. Sun, Rondeau, Xc\r ,Orlrans 14 O lying : : every Friday at 10 o'Clock A.1\[. sent to tll' O ;neral Post Office, as Dead
County, on the waters of Chipo- Depart same day at 2 o'Clock P. M. Letters.
ns cmrd rare-J Jon :M"r.; i! .
< [ :,levied upon to satisfy: ( John W.Campbell'sFaxes
Sclir. Sun, -minor, Now Orleans, assorted I. Rlakcly Mail. A.-Pet"( Alba 2, Henry Ahrens, Dn.
: due K4,:20 cents : ilso,
cargo in Ch'iU>s Le IJ-tron. Due pqey :Monday at 2 P. M. Aujrustine.

Sclir. ruili-v, Chaw, Mobile, Ballast.S 1 GO Acres of Land lying on the waters Departs every Thursday at 8 A. M. John Acosta, John Adams.
of Chipola in said county, Pensacola, January 16/A< 1 :30.) -47-3-t B.Henry Brackenridpe 2 John Barrow
hr. FliZfibfiti! I, Forib, :New Orleans, I : ,
acsu:!-i! (-arso to J. Strong, J. Forsyth, I levied upon to satisfy Walter Davis' Taxes Territory of Florida Thomas F. Brady, Robert Barwfck, A. C:
& to orela. doe ;1,72J cents : also: Brown, DnhneyBrody, Colir Baird.

SAILED, '1 : .- Acres of Land in said County, Western District, Superior Court, Iseut. 11: N. linker, Samuel Harrington

Jannnry llili.-SrJir.. Amelia, niche, UU lying on the waters of( Apalachi- Jackson. Ii. F. Itpclie 4, Thomas Rreese 5, Gus-

Nf''.''' ()rf(', no, cargo 12,000 bricks by G. colaleviod upon to satisfy Benjamin Fosque's DE .TERl\I1829. taros Brook,John Burns, Richard Bathe 2.

\\'. Bark-! ', 10 barrels: peas by F. & P. Taxes due $2,70 cents : also, Jonathan raltleyrs ) William Borum 5, Dwight Batchelhn

Palmer.: 1 i Go Acres of Lana laying in said IN CHANCERY. Augustus P. n,ers, Philip Rfarry, Samuel

12 It.-Sloop: An for Divorce.It ':
bilk! cargo 150 bales! of cotton by J. Jcrrison satisfy; Benj. Hays Taxes dun $10,-124; appearing Application to the satisfaction a of the Court that Bradford. '

junior. I rents : also, the defendant reside out of the Territory. It is C.-Clerk of the Register, Office, Sidney

ISilj.! -Schr. Mari: Baker; Mobile! car- I t 1 th Acres; of Land in said T. therefore ordered that this case be set for hearing; at S. Colennn, Alexander II. Coleman, Henry
county (
go 120: lw\f\ rotloii bv J. J Plri I ;nl J r, ( the next: term of this Court.It Crusren, F. Cassinno. ,
i 1., adjoining A. Foster, levied is lurther ordered that, a copy of this order be David Conner, Edicard TK Carpenter
-=-==- : upon to satisfy a balance due on Robert published! in some one of the authorized newspaper.
IV. Cod wise Charles Cannel
George A.
Jon(:s' taxes: of 5;;1 ,15 cents : also, of this Torntorv., for three months :;uc'es'5iYeI" ,
Notice.AJ.T. I Jerome Calln1l 2, Midshipman Ccidy
I 1: Ilfl:; l fc Acres of land i in said county adjoining Koht. .\ iott, George; Ti. t 'arrnl, Frederick P. Chalardiafffx .* ,
!'''rc->rindrSt'd to the PENSVCOI. t: "*
Muntford, levied upon to C-'lI ('/ If. Cotlcn Greenville C.
\7.ii! fi OFftCH fat S.ii.srr-piiou. Ad-I I Cooper, '
.,.tI-i.t; .....1 ',,!, 1't ::;';', ;, .:r- r-.i t- rnkr ,,..sat. ; ;y T I Lotoi's taxes iliu: : ,311 Cti.ids -- ._-. n_.--,--kit- '--.- -- "-., .I A. IT.: C'Jeman 3, William .Chaplin 2,
1.nl..1 a"' J'">\ IIIC"t. ;(), flinryJvmminga; Jacob t'crpentir.D .
J.-UIHMV: I ;:h. t:3J.I : ---A ''' J1 i
O Acres of land in f'iid: l county on Chic I 7iC Kmanuel Domineues, Elijah Dan -
pola! le\'ied upon to s-jtivfy; John Mr.Cormick's .L \1 vt.P .it ..[:'.J 3 i I I l.y, Abraham Dodd, James': E. Dinkins

@ REV.LiRD. taxes flue y'OJ- {.*_?. : '(?!scres (,, 1.A litil (:h C\\U\hH\ :1 Iktthcrt Dodd George IV. Day.

\ of land in said ChiIried I i, E.-" llbm: ElliotIirnnria Maria Escarra.
county on -
: from 1'cn.accl.t on c Jfpoh.! John LL persons.'! from purclia-m. -ir inniin fur ;i I'j 1 Danifl Egbert 2, ITt'T1rlG.. Ely.f .
: I'rkors ;
I upon satisfy < driv ti" ,.Wiiu.-r.! i
\ ; iiionih, a Negro aiaii ceil.UIIdt ? n by ; :r ; paylilito '
.J1HY( taxes du; (J7A'11*. : aKo, :l l Lollu-jr APayiH'. f.ir tl.! ..,i.'i of I, .-..Tamr.T Forsyth IVilliam Ferguson.
Theodore] Flotard "
$.($L Acres of land in sid;: county onJ 425 DOLLALtS: I I : 2.
C=.Samiirt Goldsmith "
Oliver S.
: the w.! ers of Chipola;) to svi! ;lY due re!>ruary h'. ISJ-i; :is. I ant iK-u! mined I nil! to i ip Glissnn -

Th.' P .. frn i ijhoul (j f <'i 2 inclif l high' nnd James F. Ru \s' taxes clue ':\r,3 els: : ;.!M>, ;'J saidor; !. the consideration (rains j,ro\Ciito be : .2,.Tamrs Goodntm 3George L. Wilson
28 ."1r 'JO v'us of aC" '. li< clolliinnm rf'culIf'rtrc fi.fraudulent.! i: IT; art/ Gamble.II. .
d.\ T'if ail ni-cro- wag formerly' the juuprrtv j, I U.. Acres of )land; in said county, on John G. BarroLcamhia \\-. i .-John Hajan! Boovy Hodge 2, AnnoIbrrig
of| idle !i .hi,1011. nfnr Selma, Alabama! mid 1 Dry crcck,1 I levied t-> >pfis-.
upon County. January ;tl1, 1' ;.3'N-H-Jt.: L. C: Hubbill.Care .
s"fil.' by l hllm n..iin'ou of Sparta, to 1lejorByrdC. 'f. Thoni'ts (i (
or's: taxes' due A3,73 el-. : also! I IN
: ITansford TTenry.
il .ilis of T"t'.a.Thp -c ./ Handy,
A!,Y., ic\\arJ l \\ill be given for the 1 60 Acres boing! S. \\'. i S. 5, T. 5. Join; Heckle, John I11//.<;on, Thomas Hays.I. .

hee.innahr si'cuitii? of,said uinfo apprf'-j 1* .9, to satisfy Sam. Scui lock's oti e. } ._-John Inneranty 3, Mr. Inverraren 2,

all ieasoiial/.c vxprtici'8. taxes due 1 ,20 cIs. : also, L rTTKu: ': of,\Ir.: : ..tr.iticn (.II the} L-!ac c'' George Johnson.

Join] Jerrirjon: I 1 GO Acres of land ty iinng "said countyon Samuel Tmr.ier, c.'ecraaPdlt.itin! ,-! boen! grantril T.icut. Robert Jones, 1T". If. Inskeep,
.t.::utfor fyrd C. ll'UlisPcnsaci'a. to tliesubscnher ; all pf-r-ons iinlelitfd! ;, to' !- tid I IVilliam P.Jones 2Robert TV.Jones n_ ,"
Chipolj to W. am-
; .Jan Ifiih, P 3U.47t.Election Ci i 1 satisfy Spears K:>tate are hervhy notified to make! immediate
1I t I I Jrs taxes due $_',.10 cts. : aKo. ingot and all pt-i:'ins to whom the Estate is imiett-(p pay\ : url Johnson, Charles .Thobes, Robert John

No. 142 in the Town of :Ma- edto present their claim within the: time prescrilleLly son, James Tl.Jardcnus.
Notice. I II 1 LotK. : I
riannr., in aid ooun'y! I leviedt their!law. (!heriyi-i: tl1 sSutice'iIJ Le nicad! in bar of K.-Edward Kennedy

N cm| lianre with the provisions of an Act ofth' l I ILrgi'lutivc upon t to satisfy \1. Smith's faxes dnc-- .., cents: recover. L.-Henry Litndt,Westwood A. Lacy 2,
Council of tin* Territory of Florida. I also; I Henry A. X u,'sAdiitiiiistrator, 11: K. Laffhuer, Charles Intends 2, John .
1 tin hereby; dive notit1. that .>n the '
Lair' William
2 F. Samuel
en Lynch 4, B.
SO Acres of land on the wtets: of Chi-
First Day of February poh, and, O2STB LOT in thc _1'rnSacolt, Jan. 7tli, 1829hJ8t.CL01.'HING. Lracitf, Joseph T.anman 2.

fiext, being the first; Monday of February. l?::1,'. an T-)wn of Marianna: adjoining of the' M.-Andrew McGibbon 2, John Mil stead,
: a p-t Joseph 1\frrtP! ], rot A. Mandull} Williarn} >
Store houve .
Election of Bcvciidgtand( :: Nouhnd) ,
E. Merlet, Jeanne Montreiulle
>:o. nor( known, levied upon! to sati-fv L. M. HATri: BOOTS A :\'tD' ,
.1 SIIO Si Henrv Michelet Lticinn More Richmond
"i ,
will be 1 Lull n, for the rntrpFef electingA Jjjoni's: taxes( due .: 10,9ccnt : also,
l\J"Dl\"id, Felix M. MATulty.Edicard .
Clerk of the County Court, 1 GO Acres of land on ,the ChI: ;Ia adjoining | a O"NEILL /'. McCall 3, Joseph Milers 4,

A Slierilf: A Coroner, and ) Mandril! and other in ;aid; j j' JlJl-If ASjust\\ inter rrceiiid and a fashionable: assortment of Benjamin D. Moore 2, John B. ATarchend2t '

A county' lc\icd upon} to saiMy Richard I II. Spring George .'1. Me C re an/3, 'Benjamin ?'Macom

County Surveyor: ; I. Longls taxes due #G,T5 cents : also, (fjlLD l [fJU! ber 2I.. C. Mau'ry, TJJ'illiamitchell.. .

For the Cntni'y of f-tsrawbia ; 1 GO i Acres of land l on Chipola! adjoining which lit offers for safe low for CH"h! Ephraim Mills; John S. McDonald 2.

fit the follou inp j'larc;:or Precincts; ; \iz : Russ; in said county, levied AMONG N.-Oiho Norris 3, Lloyd B. Newell
In Puifarflla. at the Court IIo ;-o; upon to satisfy Elizabeth Tanner's taxes due ARE; 2, James North.

At thi 11)Ustnf IVtr-r P.orpe. near tII' fury Yard; 8";>i6 j' J cents : also} ji .j Black' elIJlhCOATS, blue, brown and olhc dress and frock superfine O.-Henry E. O'Brien 2, Mr. O'Brien

On'lif "ll'tr-tsiileoj'llif- Cotten Fscainhla llinr, at atC Huiutcf SO :Vcros of land in said county on Spring : I I & I A1xnPA1 QQgS-. Edward Oldmixon, Alexander Orr.
Radford L. (
Inquire ; Creek[ lying \\'. S. 11'. Sec. Openheimcn.Ainosa :
i I ,
hang cord, ClHtinet, ilrilMng! and circiii iao do
O.i the Fast side the ::
of Efai'tbia ftirrr, at the House T. 6, R. 12, levied upon to satis-fy James; Paine 4, H. F. Purviance 34
iif i1'illiam Druminond 1'squie} : : B. Webb's taxes due VESTS. Robert Pottinger, Charles Pierce, "BenjaminPatfon '
.At Florida Town, at the ILnise of Jam. s7,50 cents : also,
pillman ONE BILLIARD plain black and figured silk velvet valenlis, toili Wilder )JT. Pierce, Pinkney, Cicero -
; :
TABil, on lift, r.w.allt. Pain silk, Line and black Cloth Price, Jefferson T. Pa e.
al Rlack ll'fiitr Creeknt tlrc111ousrnfdic Hon. the nionday in tho Town bh-I'' '
following ofr \\ 1111! a car i it'h ofItotrXD s
I Thomas LParrot Pablo Palmes Samuel
Timotli\{ T% itclif'll-! vine levied ,
upon a.s the of James I! JACKETS
!proprrtv "
Patterson Rosalia Percr Police of Pensa- '
and lo
I hereby nominate and! the
appoint following Marbhall
person.-5, to receive theOIl'S at said Llectiun ; \iz: : to satisfy his taxes due SD! ,57 2 cts. j I Fine A ilicd and plain 11.1t I linen cola, Joseph Phillips, James Price, George _

In I'rnsacnln. Andrew G. Mays, I SKIKTS: : Poll, John A. Russell, Thomas Randel, ..

John Je la Rua, N. S. Pamiantier, and Samuel Tar Collector, C. duck cluck, canon i und fl mel do. Elisha Ryan 2, Philip RoseJacob Rickets,
Gates: Jackson County, Drc. 24, I S29.-47-tds s I DnA WEBS. Pierre Ron ('nl1, Adele Rochhlave.

At the house of Pi Icr lifter, Private Clack Italian silk CRAVATS, John K Ucaneii, William Radford 2
Jprctui-ih fngrahutii, roster S.:; Chapman, and BoardiDgTor jVnju; and fancy do. IVilliam t\ennyt Thomas Russel, Joseph

Daniel Monroe;; 'l"\TO" THREE Gentlemen ran be Silk Handkerchiefs, (.!ours. Hosierjstriped Suspenders Rodriguez, Asa Rodgers, Thomas Randle. k,'. '

On tin- irt.'i fide of fir I $({1m'Jia f\ivf -- withBOARD Hnisniid CHJ>I, -Matthew Smith, Stone and Nesbitt S, :

Uadfcrd L. Cot "n, Eeiijainin Guiuer, aud John S.:;.1 BOOTS William Shecut, William Scott 2, Antonio :mot:
31u+lre ; ANDSHOES u. Solo.

On the East side fir Escamdia Kifrr &c. :
in a Private French Family. Francis B. Stockton 3, Sandford A.

nin William Merritt Drunnnond, J.unes Brewster, and Pe- Enquire at the OJTue of the Pensacola Gas ettc. With Domestic and Piece Goods. Stieet, Lewis E. Simonds 2, William. *
j ;
At Florida(1111, Finsact'la. Va.iGtJt, 1 .).-454f.TaCo11:__.___ Pensacola. FcU-naiv 7. 1S29--4-jf. Spencer Edward SchermerhornZ, Hillary

James Sjiillman, Samuel O. !'\Iu -e, and John .\. B. Str 1gr, Philip Stockley, William AtStaurm
9im1h4i1 ctorsPebniary :Sa! 6, Silas .H. Stringham 2, George.

At n/fcJ: WaltrCrcil', I Sproston, Benjamin H. Shoemaker, Solomon ,

John Hunt. A. G. Luther, and Timothy Twite-hell. ON Wednesday, the 3rd day of next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.'ulilic Smith.Sharp, Riche R. Swift 3, Martin''

And the Persons hcreinbcf} >ro n.inied. arc requested shall offer for lease pr sale, at I' Auction, at the Court House, T.-Juan Turrell, William Terrell, Eli

and required to conduct and tuauarie the said n!c- in this the t )) } thereof will
city, following 4 iO mac : ar satIsfyaxes jah Thompson, Daniel Turner, James
Lion; and iti.-> made the duty of tliu said Managers i by PruPr'F
law to keep the i'oly! ojirn from 1 U o'clock in the 1 the corporation of due thereon, up to 31st days Taylor.Henry. ,
Forenoon, until o'clock in tIle Afternoon ; and then Toulmin 5 D. M.Thornton iJ. .
of December 1829 unless the Ta : are paid ro the Subscriber before .
to praceed. in public view the ,
to count votes given at John Leeds Thomas 2, John G. Tod, John '
their respective Precincts; :nnd on the succeeding[ the day of sale together with all c ists: aud C1k1CgCS.tCtTl .
day to transmit a statement of the Poll-i to the PfeM- .. W. Taylor 3, William C. Turner, William.
dine Justice of the Comity who shall count the votes. T. Temple 2, Richard L. Tilghmant, John -_ '
and declare who is duly elected, and make return QUAN: '(I.ITSITUAT Y y : &. AD [) A. Turley, David Telfair, John Thomas
Xo. NAM ES. I AMotNr.
'II' thereofto the Governor. I \ I
01. I J JT r... 10 pre "t. John Thompson. -

M. Crupper, 217 \\' ni. Anderson 1 lot in i'OJIHHla ,-/j; P-PcpceVincente, R. P. Varnell John _

Clerk County Court :221I
by '\ Ilasell]) Hunt, D. c. 305 U I do Bru 40 $ $ W.:- Thomas T. Webb 2, Nicholas B.

-Pen!<':.icola. loth; January, 181:?')-47 -tde. 41(} 'i
9) Baltasar Centino lot on Gay i 00 25 25 2 27 Watlcim 2, Abraham Wilkerson 2. John F.

Territory of Florida 325 Dr A. Cummings Z do on Florida }b'U)I,an.ea 7 f) .n'\J q7 2 29 Whitthill, S. s. IVaslaillgrmCharlu Wal-

Western District, "': uperior Court, Si! Gates arpent in lobo s 25 <'J- 'S G.l berry. T. A. WinslowWilliamWilkgan.Z. .
Escambia County. 13; John Moreno 110t in lla len );)O 35 87 t 8 95& .-William Zantzinger. .

FALL TERM 1829. 21;1 Viii ct Ordos_J osity } do in Romana :30 35 174 1; 18 Those names in italics arc for the Army

82 John RuisThomas do in Baylen :100 2j 1,25 12? 1 37& I and Nav". .

Public NoticeIs i7() Riobo 1 do in Intendenci; 1500 =::: 3,75 374 1'2! John FitzGerald,

330 Louis Touard 4 do in Florida Blanca 100 25 25 25 Post Master. "
Hereby Given
Estate Ximencs 2 arpents in suburb IS 50 2j 12Z 12 Pensacola, January. 9th, 1830-46-Sf.. -
/anus i
Qn, THAT this suit hal! >fin in-
rs >tituted by attachment in (theIJlIHain .
O'Meara, ) Superior Court, 1seta ibis[ Jacob r Micketts
1'.lIlIIty. The Defndant and all other person. BLANKSneatly .
t-jre-ted are hereby required to appear and plead into I City Colkcton46 'or eQ
tin! 1)et darnt ion.
1'c lsicola, January. 6th, 1830-46-, 1 Pensacola, 8th Januar ,1830--- -tds X c\l\e.d at1i ()t\\c _

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...1 > NAVY AGENT'S OFFICE, ) The Territory of Florida, Western 1 Notice.

1tQm mTc .Pensacola, Dec. 1st 1829. J District Superior Court, City olPensticol

::_ .. =,I : Proposals will be received at ] fI S HEREBY Given that at the expiration of Six
SEALED until the first day of April! a.Widntsday weeks from iMi i f Hate,. I will apply to the lion
To the Editor of the Pensacola Gazette. India Jill December 1829. County Court ol'Escarahi* for letters of AriminUratian
Iii.SlR'rho next to supply the West Squadion
the estate of Nathaniel f 0. C.
following lines may be acceptable 'f and the Navy Yard at this place with William A. Bell, on behalf deceased.upon Sl.iugh.ler .

for the Poetical Department. ; of ixjuisa Branani, ,

your esteemed paper, particularly as they j i FIRE WOOD VS. ] In Chancery.John Julius Pcscay,

arc commemorative of the fate of a Lady; Davis, Gabriel Tuar, November 1J, ) !-3if
The wood lor the uud Ellen Foster.
for Squadron -
one year. -
whose worth was known and appreciated btlltuly } to be of the kind commonly called And now, to wire on Wednesday, the ninlli rIll' I 1TL OctlllDl G.FOUR .
'of in
your intelligent readers Pensacola. j day of December in the year of our Lot out
TI.'PLThat or r 1VE GenJjeuieii can be accommoda;
They are from the of a fetal '
pen thousand eight hundred find twenty nine r Private boarding by the subscriber on

friend before the Court of WesiFlorida reasonable l terms.
appears Superior
Yard be
for the Navy to good
Yours sincerely, in chancery setting, the said Com- James Pendleton,

T. H. Sound Oak. pJainunt ; and it appearing to (he Court thai: PensacoLi, Nor. 10th. lOth 1829.-35-3m.

lirat the said Louisa Branam claims to be a'! -
"Thus lira, thus died she, ncccr more onhcr Proposals will also be received at the !sametime J. ALBRIGHT'S
free of colour and that she has
the Yard of r woman bee]
Shall for the delivery at Navy
sorrow light. enoneously called Eliza Jane. and states thai COLUMBIAN SYRUP.
Live Oak
Does fair moon now throw her light wood now cut on the
yon she Pensacola tha said I
was brought to by
the t opposite this pI are.Those REMEDY winch has proved itself superior 'toSwaim
Upon .i-sing wave, A
Jolui Davis and ih.it, she born in '
And are these stars reflected bright l persons who offer proposals f/.M- the was s Or any of the PuM.iccas fur the cure
cord. All I lIen, in the State 01! South Carolina and of the lolloping diseases, viz :
Amelia's ? contract will state the price per
Upon grave the wood to he delivered at the Navy Ya;
Bond and security will heiequned fur the on Pearl River : and it also appearingthat EVIL, (or SCROFULA) WHIT SWELMSC ;
Does this sweet breeze, now murmuring here,
the said John Davis is found within CANCEROUS
f.1ithfull\rformance of the contract. not : and inveterate ULCERS: ;
Pass on deep Ocean's breast, this District that the said Gabriel Tunr L1VEH
For this Office and and BILIOUS COMPLAINTS ;
further information, apply at
And now Is LTening'ti dewy tear ) and Ellen Fostt-r! disclaim all! iut rest in this RHEUIIA'flCalTcctionsufthchead&.SYSTEi1Q
I Tlltt11'av4lgent.
Shed on her place of rest ? .
manor : it is ordeted that public notice be generally ;

published! in the Pi-nsacol.i Gazette, otico a ULCERS of the MOU'JH and THROAT.

Or does the storm-cloud lower there 42-tf. week for the space of two months, citing and J SYPHILIS, rod all other diseases arising Iii the

Withthreatenings deep and dread, admonishing the said John Davis and all I improperuscu11111'.RCU1tY. 0
And swift thro'the air A:\ a general depurain e article or cleanser' of the
lightning Fharp, other persons interested or claiming to be blood, this
remedy possesses invaluable
A reign of terro spread ? interested in the said Louisa Bun'mi alias improves appetite, and has also the remarkable potters ; j it

i' Eliza Jane, to be and appear before ibis sliest of depriving the skin ol that/ yellow bilious

Do sweeping winds howl loudly by, Court at tin-, next term thrreof, to o? holder lint, which is so common in hili<'ti
Above her wave-washed bed BY Tin PRESIDENT oft the Court house the City of Pensacola! J. A I iu; ;,11:.

And beating rains from tho dark sky, OF THE on the fist ay nell, to inifir- The proprietor, in olfci.i'j i.,V' dl.. t'l::'!I.' "' ,'""

\owdash around her head ? pose their claim to t\lf said colouied woman, &VKLP: to till puWic, furnishr' a !n\ of ia ,. ruts Yrntet

United States. and to answer to the bill of complaint herein leuiarkable cnies, pertuiunu I y ,..t vine, ?. IUT

To her 'tis nought ; if Summer's breath mony of Its superior ieniedirtl t ]."' \t-m. .1' tivau blur

pursuance law, I., AMMU.W JACKSON, filed.A from the bv iPspecfable persons lesidn.g in djiltn-iit parrs
Bo now upon the Ocean IN ? true copy Rccorl. of tlc Uiiiivd State,
as u t.st merit
J ddC
of the United 1 States of America i to the
To her 'tis nought ; if Winter's wrath W. Hasell Hunt- same, as well as being the means
do hereby declare, and inak k iownr ...jfi..ir Jcllow!% cifaiiirfwho: Into ijuiUrK nftlicieil to
R".p tliorc in "M t"Qmm"'t'
!) )
that a public sale; will be held at the Land ChrJcSupr. Ct. West Florida? sure, spei-iljr and -lleuual itnied-aware, that, H

Office, at Tallahassee; in the Territory of many medicines are at this time distributed
Tor 0 tho' deep and boundless be the country, held forth auour
FOR SALE to cure diseases i
Florida, on the IIr.t: Mond.ty in February; : which upon
The grave she did i inherit, lucy have not the slightest influence
next, for the disposal of the Public: Lands I of which they had sued SOme
It cannot hold e'en that vast sea, preyjous to the use of the
situated within the limits of the tindeimen I'RAMi syrup, as may be seen by their own tll'
Her great immortal spirit. NEW : BUILDING. I The ineuiciiie is so htIOUS.
tioned townships and fractional) townshipsto reputed by some of the

wit : CONTAINING four Rooms, with a Kirclirn, and physiuans for 'the cute of various diseases, that to
And high, and holy comfort here in, situated NO. 9, Setietaiy I He propueroi s own knonledf, ten gentlemen of
On the fad heart i is ,shed, North of the base )line and West t of the Street, near the Navy Yard. Possession) to l he had ,I the medical faculty were induced lo try it i in diseases -

Meridian. on the 1st. January next. For further! particulars to which they themselves had been subject .
Hi promise htands, by faith made clear and found benefit
apply to great its use ; one particu'laily
The sea shall yield its dead. Township two, of range twenty-two. Geo. W. lesi.ling( in Allentown N. J .whose dissolution

R. Townships one, two, three, four and five, Barklcy. was lluraicnnt( by a nrveu-attack of liver coinpUmt -

of Ante twenty three. _Pensacola__; __ __ .,__O.-l 1.__26111.__ __Iswat1_: __:_ _u- which had previously ff'*ish'd hij OWn treat
went, was in the
)NAVY AGENT'S OFFICE, } Townships\ one, four j:nil five, ofiamretwentyfour. Nolicfc \\e. h Give.n, to the ci.joum-nt of course|)erlect of a health few,weeks restored

Pensucol.t; Dec. 1st, 1S29.SEALED f The aCtoulitsllIch hitVbef'u
Proposals will be received at Town>hijs) one, three, four and {live, ofJ.lJllYe To all ..y's hOIli H rlend i it ,may alier concern having duly that made MI lane and the agents, in dirt'cient parts of Ihe (;',inn, speaking flora:; of .

1 cc until the first day: of April 1 t\\'t'IlI\-li\l I *. published .1 last 1 Will and TeManunilifioiu, she cient good to compile vflVcts produced at this lime by the STinp, Hie suffi
next >o supply} } the West India Squadron; and Townships' ; three, four anti} five, of rangeTownships t appointed the subset ib!-r Executor, who l.ai quali- [ upwards/ of two hundred .pages oc'avQolume to of
uuniviate all
Navy Yard whit tW'lItY-.IX. I t find l and inkfli upon liiiitscSClho; ; execution thci jof. I! the rut es.

two three four and five of Ail I! persons imleliied lie I'sfatearc requested to i 1'111' d t.oes af the Columbian Syrup "
niakiiininiuli.itp piyiinMit and those to vvliutnlhe arc judiciously
Fresh Beef uiLe!! i\\ eniyseen.FninJoTil)I tstateht i indchtedio piesctil their! claims for puy- pioj.oiiion.Mi of the human, hud riilaptiu to the age andfeliength '
; of IlIt'lt within the lime pm-nibed b Law s\stem. is so perfectly
9'1'1)VC4'ettblCS. towmhip one. r.miro: twentyeight } innocent, that no C\o II elects need be apprehended
t'lit of St. ar } de l<.d\e/ bjiy. JOHN DE LA H lJA. from it, wlll 'alien agreeably to the directions.

Fractional township! one, of giant,e twenty Executor. It may b.- given without any apprehension to the
Prnsacoln. OtMibpr lith. 1S2P.HK most tfiulei infant or feeble adult.
eight, east, jf Ul.tckwatei. 1 B 'y. .
-------- MKD-JCAL
Foil ONE YEAR. I Townships! I two, three, lour and} fivo, of NO 'ICE.r Hamrg iL--OHinitnded, the use of NOTICE J. Albriti.Wj

The proposals. to sl-ite[: the price per pound "COLUMBIAN: SIKUP" in
: rangy SiiKsciilier; it-atamentory executor: of the my own private practice
af beef and the tenvn upon which the \"eietables ,. Townsh !p"s two, three ;aal! l four of range l late Ynigo ( ;'trci'-i request tuo.e! who have for no.iiy| two yesirs. and having witnessed its decided .

\ 'illbe furnished. twenty-nin '. claims art ins.l the staid f elate to jcri'<; 'itt their accounts .' efficacy in many cases which had previously j .
'for pair<'nt ; and those iud hted to the resisted the usual romedies. I now with much pleasure
Bond and security will !he icquired the 'j"O\\'fSlliI 1 ) one, ofrtsnire thirtyone1.TD !HIHC to settle nit !ill the t.lioncM i! .MivANTONIO give my testimony in its favour, scud will quote

faithful peifornnnce of the contt.ic', I \\'n.-luj.:-i thtee! t four, and live, of ranur POL. a f<"w of the most lemaikable cures peifoimtd l>.v

For further inform tion lv tt this Office. thirty two.TovMiship. I'e( the sane which came under mv notice.
:: :ip{> : isacola.Oruber 14. 182J)-37if,
tlir.luhn. Hlllfkle's of Ahinrrlnn tnivncM..
Charles P. Tutt ; { ? four and five, (;f r;nLre! .thittvth'ce. ----- -- ---0---- n-n.'t'
A FBESR 3Vl'FLYOF ; Montgomery county, Pa. of laceration of the month
.Ym'/ Agcilt. and tIll oal. and violent infl'iminalion of the eves
42 tf. South of the base line and; v.est of the Fnshiontl.l aLMMLU t'LOHIINti. jusIll"llHd ihe dibtlsi- hal! dcs'royrd! the soft parts of "the

.-.. 1\1 eric!jn.:: ftinl! for salf liy the Undersigtedf'OT'ISTI11'G llno.it jin tli tout of the mouth that/ it Id id l>.ue
(he bones and made its wuy into the nose.-Mis.
Fractional township one, of 1:1 n?c twenty orK'dik. Peterson of
;\\V\\\j f Mary Wilmington, Dol of confirmed
!irowctand (
cm B one. under which slip Inbuorednearly three
A 1.[.. pennons indebted to the Estate of JohnSjiciden Fractional: townships one and two, of Coatecs and Frock Coats, YNln. She had rxteiisive scrofulous ulccrati naon

deco.ned. art' 'pte..tcd to nrikc: !: im- Angola, Circassian, and French LJIU-H do, with uvariety t.'iv 'left side of the neck dow! II to her breast ; the
: twentytinev.Fractional .
laodi.s'c; pavnvnt, and till perrons having olainag : : range; ofANTA.OONS hi MM very much enlarged ; her left arm s'ol'nand /
;iin>;t said estate arc requested to pre.-eut them within : 1 townships, oi.e and two, of useless, and her head on the afleclrd side re

the time prescribed by Law toMm raiiL't- t twenty-fonr. & VESTS dining- on tIe, shoulder and violent/ pain in l.ci
Ppeidcn.Aflrn 1'own:hip' ; one, of range twenty five. iii'.a'nle! fi die! season.Yliiip system. General Thomas Snyder, of Rheumatic
\ and down Fiench imen, diillings, Cunon alFeclionof the head, followed by an obnliuciion of
in istratrix. Town>hi|) one, of ranee twenty six.
I Grass, Bumtia/ceu and Fancy the nostl its ; severe (pain in the upper jaw, fttttnd-
Pensacola, Dec.fith,18'.W--t2-8t. Fractional township two al'rauge went
.. mj from the nose over he cheek bones; the checks
six. I JACKETS.I exhibiting high state of inflanu ation.-Mr. \'a-
I t I !lentine Boiarf of ulceration of the left
Notice.JIX Fractional and two olianire I nostril, obsiiiiclion -
townships one
Fine, plain, and fulled I Lnin shirts ; Black Italian
of the same ; loss of smell, f
difficulty o
1 tweniyseven.Fractional i cravats and stocks ; silk pocket han weeks after date, I hall apply te the pre r ; Justire of the County C-+uit of Jark'onCotm ; townships one two, of linen silk Mustek's! wife, son and daughter: Mrs. l\lusitJ. of
and gloves ; cotton am worsted
:\', 'fir: Lettered r.f Administration on the Estate I. range! twenty-eight, East of Pensacola; and )inters ; black l white! and seal hats of fine qnalie sus Chronic Rheumatism with which she bad been
of .MICHAEL HEWSO.N, dacea-ed- Kscamhia! and west of the Hay of aAlictcil, oTiixteenrars ; her son ofsrM
bays, SI.I ( nad latest fashion, with a general supply' OfBOOTS
L. INI. Stone. Mary de Galvez.Fractional .I head, and daughter of scorbutic nt1'ccliou of tiie
and dfscli.ugr from the left
. Tallahassee 22d November 29a2tf.iNotice ; gum
of fJ
township one
twenty of
range son various nfiVrtimi of ihe "hin\ } ; nraily
eight, East of Bl.ickwater bay. ..&i2 AM) .... .. i! the whole of the shin l untie was destroyed, togetherwith

actions of townships one and two, ofrauee SHOES c inai'y of the smaller lcne of the fo c.J. James M"'Minn, of liver complaint and asthma
East and \r est of Es-
O'Noili. which ho h upwauU ofninejoais.-:Mis. :',Iyetst .
''X weeks after dat' I shall for
S' apply cambia bay.Township. Pensacola May 12th, IP29.! -14tf. of ulcerated sure mouth and llnoat, and hei daugb,
]letters of Admini'>tan, on the estate one, of range tiiirtj ter of scrofula. Besides the diseases abovenu

of Milley Porter, dece ed. Fractional township two, of range thirty. Notice.ALl meratcd, I prescn'ied the Syrup with great success
in mercurial cases and secondaiy sr J1hili .
James Daniel Fractional townships one and two of
interested in the Estate of John In giving this testimony of the merits of the
WeMiville.Jackson Count: Dec.10th, 162'J! -Gt I persons "
range thirty one. Columbian Syrup, 1 have divested language
... deceased, are heicby notified that the I my
Fractional townships two and three, of i Undersigned Clerk of the County Court will ex- ei.tiiely of technical terms, the better to bo undeidei -
Public Notice "stood by hose, to whom i il is intended to '
range! thirty-two. officio adiniuisler on said (::state, pursuant to an conveyits
order of the Hon. Ihe of the elFects. The length of lime the di South of the base line and East of the Presiding Judge!
1., HEREBY GIVEN, County Court, all poisons having any demands j been dissipated, convinces me, that the cures are
Jcdro Sans THAT this suit has been instituted Meridian, I against said Estate will present them without permanent, and it may with propriety be said tl.:tt
rs by attachment in the Supe Townships three, and four; of range four. delay. its healing qualities rank it among the Lust remedies -

Terrsa Jtru, } nor Court, Escarnbia County Fractional township five, of lange five II. G. Ramsay, { of the present dayJOHN
Fcitiizflni] and The Defendant and all other ,
perFihllllll Townships one and two, of rnnce six.
Urn. interested Clerk. Philadelphia, March 5. 1828.
SOIl are hereby requir
pd to appear, and plead to Declaration. Townships two, three and ei 0 lit oJ"rango Walton County, October 16th, 182938tf. The above mentioned Medicine can be procuredat

Prt'HCuha, Oft. 30i.. 1S29-39lt. ten. tinco dollars per quart bottle of the Subscriberswho
Fractional townships two, three and four, : Mice is \\ ;re\)y lilven, will exhibit to any person applying, the semi,

Public NoticeIS and townships five and ten, of ranee eleven. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCEIIIS nratcs of cures alluded! to by Doctor Mayweg.Vaiibaun .

Fractional; townships four and five, and James Pariier is dead, nn THAT
HEREBY GIVEN, 1 township ten, of range twelve. ) -trt.Lion on his estate have been Pensacola, 16th JaniMiy. 1829 C'

Joseph }'. Cruzat, THAT this suit has been : Fractional townships five and six, of! granted to HIP Suhsciibcr. All persons indebted to PKINTKU wttKLY, BY
rs. instituted by attachment in i the estate are uqueslod to make immediate pay.
Carlos De Villitrs,} the Superior Court Escam. I range thirteen. I ment, and those to whom the estate i ill indebted, to JEB.OME D. IV100III1,

Administrator of bia County. The defendant The townships and fractional townships 1 present their claims within the lime prescribed by FOR THE PROPRIETOR,
Carlos De Villiers. and all other persons inte will be offered in the order above designated, law. .

test.1hf .Drclarattolr t! arc hereby required to nj\pftar. and plead tA beginning with the lowest number of Sectionin I James Finlay, tialislie>L of t i\ Laws

Pensaeob} Oct. 30th, 1829.-39-tf. each. Administrator, OK TilEVNITJD
r Pensacola 24. 1829. 38 9t.
The lands reserved by law for the use of STATES

NO x ICE. schools, or for other purposes, will be excluded NOTICE.

Cop,,, tUt'1 s"i" tieietofore existing under from sale. AND OF TilE
THE has received instructions to
firm of Haiurs & Gatet is mutual !J! tUIE
Given under hand L the cutting of valuablelimber TERRITORY OF FLORIDA
teat this tiny dissolved. Those having demands my at the City o < prevent or punish

against said Firm will tdeuse present iheoi-n isLeemed Washington, this fifth day of October. extend, upon not the only Public in Live' Lnndg.Oak and T11es Cedar institutions but- m:1Sn.flt: .
unnecf'ESiy to add that those ioJebt.d A. D.
quite 1829.
taken from the Pub DOLLARS in advance'
la "Timber of every description FIVE per annum, PStment
will confer rticular favor
|I' by settling
tbeii account ANDREW JACKSON. Ik Land, for the purpose Shipping, for the use is deferred six months, SIX DOLLARS
President Saw Mills & It isto be understood howevei
By : of .c.
P. will be required. -
Sidney Ilaines, that the instructions do not npply to timberused for
GEORGE GRAHAM. flXAdvertiaeqjents: Inserted conspicuously at ONt '
Samuel Gates.The fuel or plantation purposes.
Commissioner of the General Land Benj. D. Wright, DOLLAR for every fourteen l lids o r less, for

butinew mil in future tie conducted by Offict. U. S Attorney.J the first insertion, and FIFTY CENTS, for east '
Samuel Gates who keeps his usual good supply. ,
cueacola, August 3rd, 1829-2 8 tf. October 9, 1829-tds.,. enucoa, 7th Nov. 1828-36-tf. continuance- longer ones Uy tie samo. rah;,