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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 23, 1830
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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!.I ', 'yo ,. VI.,. ._ PENSACOLA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 23rd, 18 O. -__:-i No.: 48. "... ii',


Laws: of the United States.I'!:iiiprovemenis which have been made! theren I '5th. It is situated in the midst of an !fl ill grown trees--426 of six inches and over t ime fromif ; and in this HMBBPWHMHHMNHHBH light mutt strike HV r

: !, I up to this time-shewing the depth of wae:xtensive grove of young thrifty live oaks, :i diameter ; 11,635 between two and six ; E!very one Its possessing peculiar advantages \ :.

,er at different! distances! from the shore, in- I tine, black oak, magnolia, and red bay trees. (I il iches and !yy65! :) of two inches and undertaking I)'ing, us it does, directly in the track of al .

I (:liiding: the number and'descriptiunuf houses,, '6th. Being upon the highest part of a n in the whole 22,202 which he had 1 ,vessels) passing to and fro, not only betweenhe

nut every oilier appendage now belongingo 1 tammock, the land, although not rich, may \a Iready( counted. t Mississippi: : but every part of.We t Florila .. '

\\i' that establishment. But, before ventur- t ic made, with but little labor and expense, From the limited examination! I was ena- I ( having intercourse by sea with ohr Eas 'I

It iI iig further l on the subject of additional im- t o produce vegetables in as great abundance led to make, of these !lands, it is impossibleur I era Stales-whilst at the same time there i it

I:mivcments, I would respectfully suggest; to is any other spot in its vicinity. f me to say with precision how many acre; J;10 one spot, on our whole line from North

I I the President and yourself the propriety ol 'It is believed that a frame building, the lost lad been cleared, or how many live oat I:o Sonth that present the same facilities in 'i:

... 7 entering, moro fully than seems! to hiv :: of which, not exceeding $8000, woulde it rees they contained : but, from what I die 4['onimunicatinc> ; with the several ports in the ;

been hitherto done, into an investigation anc ) found amply sufficient for the accommo-)ibseive, (and my hole attention was giver Island
:nnalvsis of the geographical position, in reI I lation and comfort of any number of officers,, t:p the subject) I am strongly inclined to hcI I lf Mexico, even us far South as the Bay ot

fASSED AT Till FIRST SESSION OF Tile' !lard to the protection of our colmuuree amlljr seamen and marines, that our squadron,, I ieve that the overseer's statement is nearly. Honduras on the, Spanish Maine.

TWENTY-FIST COXGRf: S. !suppression of piracy in the Gulf of I ruining: in the West Indies, would ever findt f not quite correct. Thesf, howeverare Lot all its advantages t

Mexico and the West Indies ; bearing in i necessary to send to an establishment of Col. White, I found, was at Tallahassee, for, on referring! to the chart, it will be seen

AN ACT, mind the small depth of water on Pensacolc his kind.-Such a building, if constructed of ind as it would have required 20 days for a that not only the commerce of the Havana t.'

Making appropriation: for repairing and< bar, (22 feet (6 j inches at high water) the difficulty good materials, would last, it is thought, 25or ettcr to reach him by due course of mail, !Iwa.s und of the Island of Cuba generally, but

filling out the Frigate Brandy wine. of ingress and egress at all times ; the< SO years, without further expense thanaccasionally 1 under the necessity of giving up the c-x- even the homeward bound trade of Jamaica, .

Be it enacted by the Senate and JImts sterility of the soil to the vicinity of tin a coat of paint, and such trifling ectation> of seeing him before my departure ; would be snl+j'cted to its grasp, were its

of Representative of the United Staff Yard, and for' forty miles in every direction ; repairs as the invalids of the institution could ind Judge Brackenridge having left Pensa untiirJ: 't!vii-T.t: fs to be aided by the erec-

of America, in Congress assembled, That the impossibility preserving tailed provisions from time to time be able to make. f 4 ola: for Philadelphia before my arrival, tioij o5'Mtf.M l ; I"' ttnsU for the protection andconvrni

the following sums be, and the same an I and bread for any great length ofl 'The site recommended has already on it II IIthc precluded my obtaining from him an acrounif ='urr of! ;a impotent naval force. .

hereby, appropriated, td be paid out of any; time ; and more ,particularly the high price sills of a building, the dimensions of II) the expense that had already been incur Witii! iln'f! e ;all i nnlages, it must he coup

unappropriated money in ,the Treasury, for of labor and provisions, and the uncertain; ; which, and the cost of completing it, you ]cd, or of the sums necessary to satisfy exist fess ed t-! .(t n.inm has not supplied it wity .

repairing and fitting out the frigate Brandy- and difficulty\ of obtaining nierchanics ami will find described on paper H. This building i ng claims against the lands, for the improvement every fwuiuil: necessary to the perfectibilitoof

vino, viz : I laborers from time to lime, as the exigtmcie! : \ if completed, would it is thought, answei of which he had been appointed thc such an establishment:\ inasmuch as ne

For repairing the said frigate, twenty :ind nature: of the servlco to hn performed I sufficiently well for the present.' iuperintendant. fresh water or fire wood of any eonsequencr .

thousand dollars ; may render expedient. These cirnnnsian: Upon the subject of the lands sold to the I now come to the two tracts, one tsisting is to he found on either of the keys ; wate
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For wear and tear whilst in commission, peg being considered & their consequence I V; !pry Department by Colonel Joseph 1'1.! I ; of 1250 arpents, purchased of Col however, might be snpplied by the erect'o

eight thousand dollars ; July weighed and nndeisiood! !I' + I t t-, 'l\if'!' : iU'::! w IIi i u'vu acrouni; and as agent fo;: ; ''..Vhitc; t lor :.he sum of $2,36l 11 ; the other of ci> '.ins, and wood from Key West and

For pay and subsistence of officers, and conclusion; that the President: ;11 -1 1 y.u,< i Ii I J Ih,e'o Henry M. Brackenridgc aid for Franci of 800 :>;ppms, purchased through him. as ihe Eastern! part of the peninsula of Florida'

payment of seamen, thirty-six thousand thro will! on a dose examination! <:l i'the suhjec: I: <--"o and Ferdinando Morino, I spent t lh lie: n nit of Francisco and Ferdinnndo Mo- ftithnu: much inconvenience or expense.

hundred and seventy eight dollars: pcrcrivc that Prnsacola as..: nova: stanon! .I r1'j\ ) in eximining the four track The two rinu, u-rtliesum of $3000. In the examination Tim base of the whole of these keys Is .

For provisions, twenty-one thousand nirc neither possesses h)' nature, ris: : can be made. I fn-st, consisting of 1600 arperts ((1200 tin of these lands I spent two days, and formed of concrete rock, composed of coral

hundred and ninety-one dollars ; by artificial means, to sr prl.v- ill ;'!l r
For medicines hospital stores, and surgi... degree, any of the requi iU s =-lk'ti fur i tI III I $2700((400 belonging to Judge WooLeof the Navy, and a respectablSj most solid and permanent kind ; seven t>f .

cal instruments, one thousand dollars ; an establishment I the ohjei-r of wtiKh! is i; w '*" 'irkiMirMse; ; cost $?200 ) These two tract::> _: aiii.-M-d:; a native of the village of Barrancas them nre clothed with a rich grove of mangrove it

For contingent expenses of every description amml[ uccottr and give ctHc.r' c} to \tic: Ui'C-; .., are bouudcd on the South by Santa Ros; named v'-immings or Cummin. tees of small size, and various shrub

five thousand dollars. rations of a naval force, !s-u .would h ', nl1.J I sjp.il the East and West land The 1-150 No.
on by s arpents (see plat ) arc bery ; but the other fuur contain little or no

ANDREW STEVENSON, found necessary to employ ::i i1"'':"' ill'I I lieioiuMiigto the United States; the EasteriI'oin'lary bounded on the North by the Grand Bay ol vegetable productions although turtle and

thing like eflici- nt protect:: jn to so ujipm I of the first 1200 South by the: Grand Lagoon East the abundance be
Speaker of the House of Representative. ; I arpents being 1 by fish, in the greatest are to met
tant and I. a comet'i e r: as ('In :>::>:, :and the last 400-about foai miles distant Gulf of Mexico. On this tract, which lics wit(I. every where. For a minute delineationof

JOHN C. CALHOUN stantly to be found passing t i-> and> l fru.n lilt: from the extreme end of Deer Point. about three miles west of the Barrancas, all that; relates to these islands or keys, p

President of the Senate. Gulf of Mexico, and adjacent ri: fang every .-. I (?'1 the tract: pt'rolnscd' of Judge Crack! there is a lirgc!: hammock, of about 150 ai- permit me to refer you to the accompanying ,

Approved, Dec. 29, 1829.ANDREW {part of our extensive sea-bn-'id, f S'"n! > I r. ii: ! that:\ contains some large live oaks, and charts. .fI

JACKSON. Mississippi to i Elaine.Whether snt from tile Lsst examination I was lnalllcd: to I a considerable number of others of recent AH the papers received by me, having any .

the view I have taken off his make, that one fourth of the whole may be growth, from 3 to 6 inches in diameter, intermixed relation to the land purchased of Col. White

RESOLUTION authorising the purchase of jest, in relation to the obstacles! attcndar.naval considered what is commonly denominated with pitch pine, red bay, black oak and others, are herewith transmitted. It

fifty copies of the sixth volume of the laws on Pensacola being made a principal d !; hammock land-the soil from 12 to 'If} magnolia, and other trees of a small size. would be difficult to determine the value of "
station,even admitting it to he intend- only This hammock does differ i in
of the United States. iinmense inches deep, consisting of decomposed ve- not appear to these lands : for, notwithstanding they all
Resolved by file Senate and House of far the security and protection( of the geal! > e substances and oyster shells, inter the quality of its soil from those inspected on contain considerable quantities of :timber
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Representatives of the United States of. amount of commercial products t to mixer: with the fine white sand forming; by Santa Rosa Sound ; and, from what I was suitable for fire wood, and those parts called 1

America in Congress assembled, That the which the Ohio, the Mississippi, the Missouri -' nature so large a portion of the soil of Flo- I. able; to observe by passing around it, and into hammocks might be made to produce live
tributar
Clerk of the House -tff Representatives be and their almost numberless has ) rill;,, particularly: that part bordciiii on the. it in two place, as far as the undergrowt oak, it is believed, still, for the purpose of

directed of the sixth! slrr' ms aro cons naly civint vent, any, Gulf of M(' ieo. On ouo p-n-t ('t'11-; <;p hammocks : \t -!t.Id! permit me to penetrate, 1 am led to cnltivatiou, there is but a small part I should
to purchase fifty copies is betti
volume of the Laws of the United States, 1 to thing of correctness of in it than, no the person{1'iesidci- qn!' \ill\drpd<\\ or lam: live: 0.tn. ; r c... I !.hlt "(> that (lc nun..jer; of arpents of ham think, that is of any value whatever.

complete the sets in the Library of Congre: himself'r capable for addition deciding to his ability to milersiand oflar"Tf\;! rowh: HI ;* to hi-: :seen, and on otlu-i t !uiuci. :r. was s.; id to contain elves not ditfewarm All of which is respectfully) submitted, j jI
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; fount i:."r from what has been stated. Themai2r' I
) the
large of !'rnie: tree are -
wanting that volume, at the rale paid{ for ( the subject fully in all its inbiion.: : stump i. have the honor to be,
rf i.'iis' tract consists thir
thus' furnishing, if lent: cfMiclusive strc-ji;;'' ; r one
former purchases of the Laws, being foUl" ito is known to be familiarly Acquainted wit" covered with great respect, Sir,
presumptive evidence that a soil that had perhlps:1" impenetrable swamp,
dollars! a volume.Approved the position, properties, and localities, of ill I once given growth to such timber, might ; with juniper, white bay, and other trees pe. Your most obedient servant,
Dec. 29 1829.
icmuiks '
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the
to which preceding
country with care; and preper management, be mad< niliar: to such land ; the remaining twothirdf JOHN RODG R8.

""-r intended to have rcfl'J ence. to produce it again ; if not by transplanting sand, in most places thinly covered by; Hon. JOHN BRANCH, l .1

NAVY DOCUMENTS. In addition to the Plan NO.1, hercwh young and thrifty trees, at least by sowing; pitch j pine, none of which arc large enough Secretary of the Navy.A .

Accompanying the Report of tfce SecrctatNavy. !}, handed you, I shall, in a few days receive acorns taken from trees of large growth while for! spars. v. 1 .11II

if due from Mr. Baldwin, another plan of the Navy in a sonnd healthy state. On the adjoining The tract of 800 arpents is bounded on We

Yard, such as will serve as a guide in thdirection 1200 arprnts, purchased of Colon 1 Whitesee he; North by the Grand Bayou, on the Wes Modern Blue Beard.- give today
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and application of all future expenditures ( plat No. ) I am led to believe, taking! )y the village of Barrancas, and on the Lasthy one of the most extraordinary accounts contrived in t'
husband
Com. RODGERS' REPORT c in the erection of quarters for the whole together, that not more than ont!' the Navy Yard. This tract has en it two manner in which a fond I c
with his wives for
the Navy Yard, Pensacola.IYasuington ; officers, offices, ware houses, blacksmith' sixth part can properly be called hanunocl tarn-mocks, one containing perhaps 35 or 40, Paris, to amuse himself death that has ever t fallen, ( render
timber sheds sil: lofts rigging lofts, he other 20 25 but although i it he tickled two to ,)
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D. shops, lands-this, particularly; the hammock land, : or arpents ; Those who have bad the

July 3d, 1829. joiners' shops, and wharves ; also, a report is similar in quality to that purchased of has, like the other hammocks, a l large num- our notice. their feet tried t
of upon
Sin : have the honor to inform you that! on Ac practicability and cost of con tructint: Judge Brackenridge, and from the number of per of small live oak trees, and some largt i experiment tickling the refinement of ,
imagine
in with instructions of tlnth a marine rail-way suitable for the repair of l.irire stumps to be met with, it is inferred that tumps of the same kind of timber, I saw hem, can easilyy must endure
compliance which ,
of April last, I left your this city on the 12ti sloops of war and other vessels. These large live oak trees had once grown on it ;; I lone of largo growth. The soil, like all the hat torture bound to a be person unable to resist.-
vixen as
of the same month, accompanied by Com. when received I shall also have the honor it present however, it has hut few, if any, of est, is generally very sandy and unfit foiultivaiion. what so the demon could have taken
to Jay before it contained several It i is, however pretty well pleasure
Patterson, Mr. L. Baldwin, civil engineer, you. description, although ill tin cxtatic agonies of a lovely woman, no
and Mr. George Baldwin, his assistant, bu With respect to the most eligible site tha housand young trees, 12 to 20 and 25 teat I clothed with small trees, such as pine, red I / mind car. fancy ; but that he did

that to unavoidable delays iu descend could be found for the erection of a Nava in height, and 2, :3 and 4 inches in diameter. bay, bhrk jack, water oak, and other uooduitable \\uman them the narrative renders but too .
owing revel! in 4
Hospital, at a convenient distance from all i The 'imhcr on the Easternmost part of this for fuel. Its chief value consists inits
rivers 4Ucr..4dv.
ing the Ohio and Mississippi amseven ortaiu.-N. Y-
detention at New Orleans we Navy Yard, permit me to refer you to paper tract: consists principally of a stunted growth vicinity to the Great Bayou-the numberf 9
days ,
were prevented from reaching Pcusacol. B. of -vhich the following is a copy. i of pitch pine} intermixed with scrub, blackjack spring of good water it supplies, and the EFFECTS OF TICKLING. t
I that on
bordering
B. fine elevated prospect part
until the 14th of June. and water oaks. It From the 'Petit touricrdisDamas'of 15th tf if Per.sacola affords of the sea.
"Tin undersigned with the advice and The the two tracts ares the bay :
Com. Patterson was unfortunately taker I' improvements on this that the erection of an hospital Mrs. do L** mixed much with the fash-
of L. Baldwin Esc civil engineer,,, follows On that of Judge is; on ground
t
. assistance : purchased
ill on our passage: down the Ohio, and such I is recommended, should one be thought unable world last winter, accompanied by
became his prostration! of strcngthoccasion- examined the hands in the neighborhood ofl 3rackenridge, a frame dwelling, one story h er daughter Emily. Young and handsome, .
he Pensacola 1 Navy Yard, with a view, in ; nigh, (not plastered: ) containing two large, xpedicnt. attention.
general
ed by the severity of his disrasesaid to he inflammatory fromPens'icola in the Eric the latter was the object
rheumatism that by the time con: forin l\. with your instructions, to the I anel four small rooms ; with a large passage On 111retnrh : without fortune,she received many
,
we arrived at New Orleans, all hopes of a election of a suitable !site for the erection of! unning through the centre, Livings) portico sloop of war, (whir ship owing to the bad Although proposals for( her hand-but asher '

speedy likely to enable him to accompany a Naval Hospital, and has tho honor to re- in front and another in the rear of the house; I Ia ate and condition (;.f her bottom advisable and st.Hlding sendthe dvantageous heart remained unaffected, she selected r i
recovery deemed to
further had entirely v.mished.) ort, that whatever kind of building it may log kitchen, a stable, and other small out l rigging' it' was the crowd of her admirers M. i
us I called! at the from among
Dry
this U, S. for repairs,)
Le deemed expedient to construct for houses two gardens, the largo ono haling to suited to gratify heramour
; best
This untoward c\Oent. I can assure you, sir, 1 four days in the do V* as the one
where
between the village of Barrancasud ill 1 it several hundred small orange, and peach "orlugas spent about forty, rich and
occasioned me much pain: and regret, as well J purpose I II I of its harbour and this propre ; he was y''s1pectedbe
singular
of his sufferings and those, the Navy Yard, distant: from the former I II roes ; the other used principally as a vegetable (\xamiii'iiioii t adored her ahd would thus ;
on account own I do effectually by the assist-
enabled to
of the a little more than a fourth, and from the later garden, has some small fruit and shrub- I was i Emily made a confidantef
too, under circumstances most aggravated I a1'11r. Baldwin and Capt. Turner, with lake her happy. .
about half mile suitable on land In addition to these those! arc two ance I avoid
,
character, as that it deprived me of the I a a spot, cry. of the Erie. her mother, who could not: express
ready! belonging to the Government, fore ncrough log buildings sufficiently captious the boat at the selection. 1de] V.
many advantages I had promised myself to The 'I'ui so called, consists of eleven inO' her surprise
( derive from his advice and assistance. I location of such an establishment, is to be to accommodate 20 negroes. On thetact tIIgas incircled imlenre hd b l already lost two wives-there was ad is-
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i i-luids or keys,
small
Dund-containing neatly, if not all the ad-I purchased of Cot While, there: are\ nonprovemunts in their and she felt an invincile j ,
which ages
before mentioned formed of coral parity ,
Pensacola roof banks
as or S t
Arriving at
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institution than the remains of two could-not
account
antagesmost desirable in such an other : for which she ,
and made the preliminary ; of the sea in direction, and con- repugnance
having necessary 1 1I said to have been built I ;soaks every good
i viz : mall lu* buildings, the union. Emily thought 10 .
I and) in- to
t.
arrangement, our operations were tiilS, within its embrace uu outer an ;
;
I The recommended is suchs Call. rich establish
lst. site herein by Getu of securing a
commenced the next day the engineers on harbour the first of which besides a.I* an opportunity '
;
it from the time"! visjrcvl: those!': lands, t then LT mother >
examination & of tho Navy Yard to ensure to complete protection At safe anchorage: all seasons of the lent, might not again present--her i
an survey in reference fo their i t\Vo forts, intended to he erected to the I Ij rere twenty handsemploycd in cattirigdo.vn;: n-ding' a to ride in iiecl yielded, and she was married to M. de V. j
capacious
'flnd waters I sufficiently
adjacent :Eastward of it-one of which is alreadyommenced nd clearing out from among the young live ear, IK after Emily brother urged her i
Suitableness for the erection of wharves and j ; iltllhe navies of Europe; but, what is Some titne ,
the other are i the undergrowth and other trees, 'ity him whether she had
all
for ; preparations aks, : is within this harbour anther to frankly confess to
the construction of marine railway there
a and smaller making to commence ; the first, on the West! such as white bay, black jack, scrub, black most singular, which, in its charcter realized the happiness; which she had attdC4
the of of war ves- still more secure
repairs sloops of Santa Rosa Island iho other on an oaks ;magnolia: &c. and in this (} "I have iildeed said"d
the time own attention : end : and water : ,; ; he said to be unique,-uniting, alit ated from the union. ;
$9elswhilst at same my .
was directed to a general examination -i eminence in advance of the Barrancas. way ; it was judged by Mr. Davis, the' over- does may sufficient depth of water for ships ofthe she.; "my husband anticipates myeer.1wulr

of the whole establishment with regardTo : 1 '2d. It has the advantage of easier access seel who accompanied .me,, that nearly or class to a narrow entrance not andt would render me fully happy, but for ft
largest
its police its expenditures, tho number! I than any other place by land, as well as by ( uite 200 ,u pl'nts had already Ll-ell cleared, lore than 120 v=rrds wide, easy of ingress ingular request which ho has made, and -.
with the Navy Yard, but with addition to two avenues in a North and I I cannot understand .the object
not only in
site and character of its buildings, and other i rater, opd ; add may be entered! or departed : which as
egress it. It roust
the shipping in-the harbor. South direction, and another in the centre, ; the wind be from whit roubles me Had I h.te.p! refuse
improvements, &.C. ; and "I now have the : from at Ita!l limns, let ; r '
it IS
Oh
that had been cut Edward. no.
West said\
honor of submitting to you, for the consideration : ':'IJ.! It stands on a high, airy, and com- unninj!: cast and point of t the compass: it may. be very serious would t '
) fine view of{ trough the woods, to give: free circulation silly replied his sister you i
.. of the'President, a report upon those, landing position, affording a effects from This singular habor, when considered in cry ..Onty..thi k..o( a re'i
and "pnnl1 other matters to which your 'ensacola hay, and of the sea, to the utmost to the air, and prevent injurious had been reference to its geographical position and the ever imagine what trfth W bandages ) 6I
land previously
letter ofinsiiuViiofis directed my attention. : exrcnt,of human vision. fires, such as these hunters and others. c fence of our Southern coast, may justlye qUlist to bind myself ef an Egyptian- ,I

Plan! f\o. 1 ,r"!I. on examination, be found! I '4h: It lies within forty yards of a never ubjected to from Indian looked up that! I in a word to he a Siting copy
the
delineation ; of water as to be On the lands thus cleared overseer as- Western mari i tummy;
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J- den in UiB cf the Cocrt.ncothith: confninnig. all our melancholy forebodings cf f (Tort to Wing up the qucstou but we cannot l tlif: d $dbtrifcutidu at at) evccd, ,nti! the Puz.
policy
surprised j I
So exlraordinary n crrprico : chaujc ''the oflicerstand oftiiat edict ifamr success If thing efficient, he I Debt'shall hive
I the''! fate of the crew tiip. pi any : btna nriidi ..Thai
;
'inoch'f* tfh d bis; sister.His has bees pnraned eeveral years \\advantage to tka
fSJTM '
ward : I' the foregoing in the JUobHe.Registef.(11 Udone, which |iow'ever ..0 do nutthink PubfictDeb, will \I
\Vc obscrro >
; : curiosity WHS too stumpy (!: Citfl to country iot doej t he think that Gen. ,JackM n'.. administration" jo t leveril
"Jc in imagining, and: he or ed I Iih' sister will have so little regard to economy of the fcth? but we find nothing ofji in the New Or-j likeiy.ii will coto&_fron Nfctr Ep land. J'C8"to come, tvas kjiown: to evy0ne, and
spent ihf-rrfore'
I
toyicIdiL; with 'IIt owdtiiim; that lie Abandon an establishment after an expeTwfttnre of leans Papers. The Crews ofthe United States Shi| s this discussion! vas premature.

should unknown to the )hr%h.in.l, (be stationed nearly Itro hundred thvmantl dollars upon his veto 1f on this :Htati'ju have not the names of their re.-pccti\ I I Twenty-first Congress. Another: rcavm against entertaining the resolution -
and with to too Hornet, 1st SESSION. WCDNEHDAY December at present, was that the whole .
during the operation in :m adjoining room. } ho does, h. \s proly rnintaken.i : ships on their hats: regard I of sobjecl

Thus placed, his sister informed lirr huslui I i! Commodore Rodgers after giving the Secretary we arc ccrtain it V'u-s not the ca.se. SOl: 1829. distribution of tho surplus revenue

.l that she determined to }iold to his request. : the Nary on account of his departure from Washington IN SENATE. after the payment of the Public Debt haj
> j[ Commodore JACOB Josts has. been appointed to the been the notice of
.-While with joy at ihs' in fl'. !!tation, descent of the Mississippi' illness of Com.motlorn '' The! following resolution, submitted: yesterday brought to Congress by
Command of tho Baltimore Station. I the President nf the United States
the husband found not uoidM > express his ., Patterson, his arrival ut Prnsacola, and ex.' : by Mr. Barton, vas taken up : and was

gratitude( yet promptly commenced his operations I lamination! of the Navy Yard, suddenly implores the j I '\'learn that Capt. HJCKRY i]. BALLARB, now on Rtoolvedt That the Committee on Finance of now the under consideration before a committe.
House. When this whole
; Edward listened attent \'h'. Pro-I[: President:and Secretary to pause and reflect before the Baltimore station, has been appointed to command be !instructed inquire into the expediency subjectwas

Tuund rilcnco rcignnd for sumo rmnules in additional! improvements are attempted ; and eng- : the United States frigate Brandywine, now of establishing a uniform national thus before one committee, why should

the room, his sister broke it by saying in a J gests to them the "propriety of entering rrurc fully : fitting out at New York. currency for the United States, and to report tin* part of it be referred to another commit l.

trembling tone, "and ,the arr'. toi 1" He than teems to have been done, into an investigation t. thereon lo the Senate. tee?. Another reason _r.gainst the present dij.

involuntarily trembled us if they u-ero to ketli and analysis.-f the ffcopraphical position" ofthe bar- I II The Emperor of fluv'm i is said to have offered the Mr. Barton: said that in offering this resolution cussion was that, that if it should be the policy

...". _hist_. words u __ -- of__ his_ sister.- Yes.' mv deir. I bor "bearing in mind-the email depth of water on command or the whole Russian Navy to Admiral to the Senate, his chief object was to of the country, after the public debt WAS

replied the husband g-iily, I lu p you=-head I Pensacola bai ( !feet Ginche* at}high water)the dlffitnlty CoDRlXCTO.f produce inquiry into the subject' ,, which he paid off to levy more taxes this tin govern
.
metil should for the admio.isiration .
and feet omy free, just like a Mummy youXnov. ingress and egress at all times; the sterility of j 7:ial of Judge Williams.-The Nashville Banner viewed! as one of importance. If the resolution of require affairs and ordinary:

.-All was again quiet-the silence I the floil in the vicinity of tin-yard &for forty miles in ofthe llth ult. eaypThe Judge Williams before was adopted, he should move to refer public !.hqiiestioa
should be between the presebIata' of Internal
again to frighten Edward), direction the impossibility preserving salt.i documents in relation the -
fasted so long as every ; the Senate of Tennessee is continued with great some to subject to and the
Improvement
and he was upon the point of entering the ed provisions and bread for( any great length oftime ; the Committee Finance. proposed plan for
and The evidence in behalf
regularity constancy. the distribution of tba
room() when his sister commenced laughing and more particularly! the higl. r rites of Jailor! and Mr. Benton said the resolution: was a very public revenue. H.
1 the state, was completed on Wednesday evening last, was free to that between the two modes
assured and lisIrnod. say
felt "
and
nri-t immoderately-he provisions. important one, he therefore hoped that
j perhaps uch be thought to he should the latter. But this
as necessary
except may prefer was a
and all !
was again the who had
Emily stopped, gentleman moved it would
: With t* the eF.ton: ofthe difficulty of in- I
regard 11 j ;rebut the testimony of the defendant. The witnesses question which it will! be time enough to
she laughed and more immo- what he had in argue
silent. Again state objects view in ofi
nil silent. gress and egress of this hai Lor, we are iuctiupetefitto (on the part ofthe respondent are said !o be numerous, r-I when it shall actually have arisen. It might
before and was
iler'nely than again mg it.Mr.. '
broken lour! Cypress! an opinion-but we are informed by Navy j but the examination of each is comparatively short, he> possibly, that, when the public debt should
tomb-like by Barton
-This repose, Officers of high respectability that ;here if no coast 1 and it is thought probable: that the evidence will be was proceeding compliance I i have been paid off(here would be no surplus
and immoderate laughter"and! succeeding with the request: of his colleague to state his
what easier! of access than Pensacola from the Mississippi Ito j finished this day or to-morrow, The argument: of i levenne, and no occasion for this absorbent :
ahrnrng he knew not : 'for this
reason resolution
laughter was offering : h.ch ho I !
Maine, and that they have never experienced the I
,counsel will doubt a considerable time,
no occupy : process. !
think of it and burst into the room. At said he would du in
to general terms when
,
diJiculty! spoken of by Com Rodgcrs ; and ia fact trial There :
and the ofthe about still another he
V.** fled and Ed- we may anticipate completion was reason why
this Mr. de Mr. Benton rose and sated: that he had I
appearance stretched we have: seen ships enter and depart from our harbur j the end of next week. Great interest is manifested thought that no good would result from
;
ward found his unfortunr.e: sister mistaken: thf nature of the resolution
Her husband ; repeatedly, find those objections existed in reality 1 by the }public in this investigation and we antIci- proposed. prelonging this discussion and that was, tile
cold and inanimate. His that
on the floor, I iflhIrlsjon was, it was hei
we should certainly have heard oftheu.. pate powerful c'isplay! of talent and feeling in the course that this debate had taken. The
had bound her that; lie might freely i evolution
proposed yesterday by the -
Com. Rodgers asserts that the high price of provisions ; gentleman amendment under consideiation involved
ofthe able who -
and( arguments gentlemen apj} ) ear as counsel now
tickle her feet. Another fit laughing, { from Connecticut, (Mr. Foot) in
at this is an insuper.-iMe obstacle to
placo
both sides. a raise an account current
would )hive followed the! two oilier: I on i elation to the public lands which proposition
Emily was under
:
its being continued as a naval station. Let him examine : between tho States and the discussion: of it -
attenda.ice I ,
Lest
wives of \1. de V The ; consideration.
I his contracts and see if he in borne out in his I Another\mprachmcnt.-While their hand is in, the could have no other cflect than produce an
}hit but recalled her to -xistence! perfect Mr. Sandfnrd that the
: *; hoped gentlemanfrom
station; is furnished I House
a ert'ion. TLi squadron and KepreH ntatives Tennessee have passed unnecessary excitement between members of

IdIOt. The nervous -system being entirely with beef as good, as any to l lIe found in the southern ; i 1 re lutifin to i-ref articles orimp"-l.ment against to Missouri state his(Mr. Barton) would till proceed the same family. With as much propriety
object.
destroyed. country, Ht Ics than/o cents per pound, and with J rudge HISKEIL, and have elected managers to con- might an account be raised of the money ,
Mr. Barton
This adventure known to all Paris !some ( declined this for the present
vegetables in the same ratio. Let him point (lad it, before de Senate. expenditures of the General Government
days is too well proved to be ctouhtl'd.Ve lie t thought a better oppo tunity woutd be
station where supplied bttter the several States. it t
the they are upon
out among Suppose were-
afforded[ for this in from the Committee
the names, solely out of regard to a report -
suppress salt provit NORFOLK. Jill) 2
terms. The impossibility preserving --- proposed' to instruct a committee to inquireinto
hi'ihU' family. ._ __. .. and any explanatory observations he
a respected
) : : '- I: : ftl..1.'ol.t .fTrfstons .. \.. Arrival ofthe Delaware. the of debts
.. ana nreaii in lui" riiiii.v Ilf aIrnviu.Jout had to make would( be more appropriate: amount of the several States

and Com. Rorlgers must have known it at the The U. S. Ship Delaware of 74 puns, when the subject should come to be considered assumed by the General Coveinment at the

ATE time hcrnade hi3 report. That suit provisions can (late of ihe Mediterranean Squadron,) Com. by the Senate. In the mean lime, he date of the funding system and strike a ba.

be preserved as well here, as at any other place in WILLIAM 1 M.] CRANK anchored in [HamptonItiiftds would state that although he was one of lance of account between them ; what an

-VENSACOLA.ZATOIt)1t-- '- Y. JA N. gird J l.m I the United States, we Laveo hesitation; in asserting ; .\ ( stcj cJa ', II.ter 47 days passage from those who believed in the advantage of a excitement would it not produce Gentlemen -

-" and we arejustified by the experience of many per- Port Million ; and we have the ple.i me' to 'veil regulated paper currency, he did must see ((1\11'. P. said) the labyrinth of

I nns before and since exchange of flaps. The state: IK r omrcis) and clew all in good health. not claim ;he merit of originating this pro difficulties into which this sort of discussion

Arrival of. the U. S. Schooner diiEeulty: of preserving# provisionsis not attributable Left U. S. Ship Lexington, Capt. Hunter, position. As respected it he was merely would lead them, and that its prolongationcould

Grampus: I the- climate but to.the Navy Commi jiotlcrs-Jct them from Sai) ma, (the only U S. vessel there) the disciple Iftt hers. do no possible good. Mr. P. said he

1 he U. S. Schooner Grampus. Lt. Cl1nn:11ll; have in re rer"ai-d ty tho [correct discharge ofrtheir, all uill. The question{ un the adoption ofthe re. o- purposely abstained from entering himself .

L-itimor, arrived at thin port nn Mjay cvcnlujjlast ; I duties than tie aggrandizement of a fow contractors The Delaware $passed Gibraltar nithouttj'iuliiiijj .Intion! wu; carried in the affirmative nem. con. into the discussion ofthe merits or the proposition

after a pansag: of 7
Grampus has been absent &8 dnjp, ad; half !beencr'ployed I[reel eltimat1 of the quantity of pro\'Hoiti nece sarj- lust (veiling fiom t te ship, inform us, lhat' Wood bury, concerning the fees and charges: principally for the purpose of moving to lay

convoying from Havana as-J Matnnzju. I i to be cOIl;!J.mcd in one year, and not have on hand there: unsuo tic n's at .Million when they 1Ilil- ul'AiiHMican Consuls in foreign ports, was this resolution (Ill the table, with the under-

Captain Latimcr informs us that u Spanish pac'c- alwav" provisions' sufficient f.lr three )'cnr'l-lct the I ed, and thc were no occunrnces cit f the ngreed to.Mr. standing that it should not be called up againat

,i! rived at Havana: the day before he bailed :.f"cr I I Navy Commissioners attend to these eugpest.ons: : and vov.lge only ol particular i.once.Tle Hcndrirks from the Select Commit the }present Session.Mr. .

: :.',! days passage from Cadiz; brinpin i ;* iutclli: I we shall hear no mure of the difficulty( prectriug!" : 1)dtuiri. p.issed the: Ontario Sloopof tee on road and canals, reported a bill au- Buchanan! : of Pennsylvania, asked

genre, that an expedition: of 9);}i) men v.sw sil nnt t'} provisions.! The! manner of supplying this Ha War. Capt. SlC\ CIIS, about 70 miles S. thorising a subsiiiption of stock in the the gcntlcnvm from Tnncssee to withdr.iw

Mil from Spain t"r Havana, and from thence Kgiin'tMexico. f! tion and nquadron: with provisions need only! to be \v. ut Pus t Million, studding for that p.rt, Washington( Turnpike, Hud Cnal1p
At the time of the .iii'ng of the: j-acKC-t, known, to be corrected. At pre-wnt' tho.e persons pieaumed 1 Irom G LJrtar.! which was read and passed te a second read- ) to allow him to make a fow observa

the fulurc: Bairadas was n)t Known in Spain I from t'e! section of the country (Western St.-Uf 8)) The 1T. S. snip Fais field, Capt. Parler, Ing. I tions.Mr.

Information was received at Matanz'is fiom the I whence supplies ovghtto fnderi\'cd. are piecltuledfioin relieved I the L"Aington at Smyrna, i-nd: vas Tlte bill allowing the duties on foreign. Polk s'iid he would accommodate the

Gtrtriiiorof ita In prandcthat r. patty cf | ;.rates 1 I a competition for the contract! The Navy !Sell there( on the 21st Oct. nil woll.We march-India" imported into Louisville, Pitts- gentlemen with a grea deal of pleasure, but

vra cruiiiHgman: open boat ani'Mig the Kcj on the : Conn1Hiouers i require that all the provi-ions fur thisiation <, I leis H Ii gilD tilL trtl -" f of tir! L-- 'ng-, hurg, Cir.umiiiu, St. Louis, and Nashville, the very object of this motion was to stop the

Cuba fh'TC, armed with% muskets, and (j !loltult.r-I (with the exception of tin-ad) /.itrtildl-e tIt-1 ton wiioanived in the r hnhw.ur, IMI|, i the; !I to he soured and paid at those places, was debate.

hu-w. Capt. L. immediately de"pitched: hill hat liverrd at Boston. Tin provisions!! used bOre. are l Huss all *qtiul roil, under I liie ( un ii.j d.I ot | read t\lt'\ second time, and referred to the The question on the motion of Mr. Polk*

n!id,>r the command of Lt. Bcnghan, i in; pnr'tiitofthem. put,chaser! by the north rn toi.tiattors in OI.. o.1 A din i II i a I C.oiint; Hidden) ron-isu, : ; uf-i I Committee: % on Commerce. to lay the resolution on the table, was then

.--The Governor ofMttanzT: havinc fiinricda -!:- liro-.isl-t to N;'w 0 !e.iii, siipped! to Boston! there ,(iflj.itlle .ships! 1 Kigali, mid! 2 s I.()).( 'IIIIP.I The Senate hen) spent some time in Executive taken by yeas and nays, and was. decided as }

ftl'eon land to cooperateuhlhi1{ l.r.tt: i) ci-<* !vi'p': one- or Iv.o ears, ami then re-shijtned! : to Peuacoli. war, (one of which was CHpiiiri-d: fic-iu the (business, and then adjourned. follows : Yeas72-Nays95. 1

die pi-ates !"hould be driven \\lL'rc. Lt. IJou;.;haii .* If the (iovrrnment sited: nothing elso, they Turks) : of the English i sqiuidion, 4 lie! of i! So the House refused to lay the resolution

was in pu.auit 0 days, but car-: nut'lil.; of llirrn. uould the! -\:p'n' of tran"jortiticnVith ) hattie ships, 1 frigate[: : and the French HOUSE OF REPRRESENTATJVES. on the table. .

Spoke two Spanish! coasters umong tiaKe\! \vhuuforncd i \ ifgnid to Bread: thi i-lntiou i is supplied with squadron, 4 lin" of battle sup) 2 friuates: I Mr. sacks Irora the Committee on the Mr. Buchanan then expressed his view in

them that they had bem roU.ci3 by the:: \i'-' an fine, if not better bread than any other elation in I und 2 bugs vvt"'e at Vourna, in tFie Gulf of! Public Lands which wns instructed on the favor; of the main object of inquiry proposedby

rated <,f precisions, but had .no violcnc" offi-p-d. llio: Untied Suites. The bread i is Laked at N.-w Smyrna, when the Lexington!: sailed from 17th instant, to inquire into the Expediency the resolution, and concluded his remarksby :

The Governor of Sagua In rarde had d *-i .tchwd! Orleans and the reputation of that City for its fine that port. providing for the relief of such purchasers suggesting the following modification of 1:-

2 larpe\ boats well aimed, in pursuit nr.il 2 kmall breadia toj well' establiiihed!: to need oar rornmonda- as incurred a forfeiture, or relinquished lands: the pending resolution. ;
The British frigate Blonde, VHS at Constantinople heretofore bought of the United States I
on
schooners also cruizing the li ut. "Resolved
wer That
paiuish: ; nmoi\ a Select Committee be
16th 0 c.t. with all her az iinnnt or before the 3rd! day of last
kt'J" fothm. The party: consists of 1 white man, Jje Com. R. tVmk that tho remonl! of the >'a"f I I on board), a couriday nol heretofore! accorded bill to of July reporteda appointed, to which shall be referred the
dispose reverted and
1 ntiatt() and 6 negrnex who )In id ah-iconded from I Yard to Tortiigas will remedy the eviU; t-oinplaiicd: to aimed ship. lands which bill relinquished Report of a Select Committee made to the
in Cuba. The boat which the any was twice read and com House of
the pirate
plantation 1Vill any man of common sense icntend that The following Officers came; passengers mitted.A Representatives: on the 25-h February -
had, was not calculated to permit them to extend : be in Pensacola last, relative to the annual! distribution
if salt provisions cannot preserved in the Delaware. John Downe latetifhe -
Capt.:
I >, mp was received from the President
their operations in the Daha'iia: channel l or inI 1Vill mechanics to sug'o' of the nett proceeds of the sale of tho .
:
thtY can be at Tortugas go I Ihave !. U. S. frigate Java ; Richuid McCall, of the United Stateshv Mr. Donaldson,

the batiks. i'ortngas ior the anme wages they get at Pen"acola ? Esq.: U. S. Navy Agent, Ht Gibialtar. Purser his Private Serrt'tar ',nitying! that the President public lands, amongst the several States, in

Capt. L. confirms in part, tho statement of n pnll"e. tnese men so I.ttle regard to the r,comfort uJd I N. H. Perrv, late of the sloop of war :: did on the 29th instant and proportion to the population of each ; and
..! e! in the Uncle Samrecpr.tly rived at Baltimore I approve that the said committee be instructed
be ,lfincd desolate shut cut to inquire
interest as to cO on a spot Fairfield ; Sailing; ?\daster, FiederickV.. sign tliH act "making an for
relative to Vie, U, 3. fhip Hornet, A Brii *h appropriation and
this
ef tho world I'jr the ? they report to IIol1 whether
from the rest same wage Moores] aiufMidsliij mtm Benj.miiu S. Slye. repairing ilud fitting out the
frigate
Brandy.
sloop ofwar arrived Havana, the off Cirs! which there be of the
tan; obtain at New' Orleans, Mobile or Pensato.a: ? wine." any provision Constitution,
informed the officers of the Grampus that tire sloop I i'hc answers to all these questions are too o\\\ iouI''! List of Offittr attached to he U. S. ship A or of any Act or Acts of Congress in relation

*>f f VTar 1.ad'spoken a essel, the CajJain) of which: 1 tlraus Hclateare. message writing, was received from to the discharge of the debt which
The Cunimodore mubt have made heavy on public ,
.ml.!_ he had Sooktn the _Ilnrntt__. _dismnstrA__ ____ /i_.../J nHrrft_ _._ I the President: of tim .Uuited States, by Mr to
H -- on nu .n oughi from
'- sucha
- 'S U.8 1L1iLi.it1u ja ttis UuHCiipUon ot 'rortu ;'*, vto } \\ M. M. CRANE, E>q. Commander. Don.ildsonhis Private follows prevent Congress making
- stll'Tl- which dedi Secretary, us ;
$S t ms 1Uol.
had no idea before that he was given iu lomancmg. lieutenants -Mnvinc? P. Mix' Charles : To the ..Speakerothe distribution : And that the said Committeehave

1hame4sdulI! at Havana. Minv A-neiican vessels Tae rch; grovca of mangrove ticca:: and btl1utiiul\\ Williamson, II, vine Slmhrick, Edmund. House leave to report by bill or othe!wise."
of
Representatives the U.Sivics.I .
"l port waiting! for the new which are not in of
crops yet bhrubbery which ae too classically and elegantly j Byrne, L. M. Goldsborough Levin: M. transmit Mr. B. did not propose this modification,
market." i : herewith to the House the
The
taut year's crop on )hand: if! vr) in- describes must be refreshing to the I'igl.t-.nd then 1 1tie Powell, Eiisha' Pcik, R. R. Piukliam, Sa- and ic- by way motion, being already sufficiently
estimate
of
port the made in
}
niflerablc.i and held
> at high prices. The PKntersCubahavp \ survey,
; harbor bufiiciem to ride all tbe navies of Europ e mud 8'1rro'l. engaged on committees to desire being placed .'-
: this of abnudaatips pvrsunce; of the act or the 30lh of April
prospect \ I :
year
cry -and he might hale said, which would have required I 'U7'UJ'Slas; BUller.Surgrott.Gt"orge 1824 in order to ascertain the on such a select committee as was indicated ..
defend in time o1 IVrill.Assistant practicabilityof in it, but he threw it out for the
ali the navies; of Europe} to war. the consideration
The dicers and crew of the Grampus areti'l. well connecting waters of the Allamaha and
j jliE' The inner harbour is still moreextraorJinary-viith an do.-William Plumstoad Samuel of the House.
Tennessee
followiQg i is a list of office on boa rtL I rivers, by u canal and rail road ;
utrauce ,'f only 120 yards in width, with water ufli- Mo'.cley. and The discussion was further continued by
as there is of the
WILLIAX ii:. LATIMCR, E8q. Commander. I request no duplicate
I dent to admit vessels of any sire-and capable of Captain Marines.: (.lhn 11 a rr i. same prepared that the House will Mr. Test, who, in an animated and earnest
Lieutenant*.Jamea G. Boughan, Lloyd B. New !' cause
ingress and egress at any and at all time, with the Lieutenant de.-F. N Ai-mislead.Secretary. it to be laid before the Senate.ANDREW I i I manner opposed the amendment now under

Surgeo5i,-Samuel Bamngtoa.Purser. I wind blowing from any quarter or all quarters at once .-' 'hotns:; Miller I JACKSON.Dec. consideration. He had not concluded his

.-9renville C. Cooper. I if you })lea-e. AB soou as we have leisLre'e mustccitaiuly : I II 1Jlid. hiJ7Ilrlt.Huh'rt B.II I I itrhcoc kl, ottn 30th. 1829. remarks, when he was interrupted by the

MidsJaptatX.-Oliver 8. GI t:80nViIlill.UI H.own I I vibittlas curio ity-Niagara Falls can bear :I C._ Carter_ John _C._ __Shaipe, Henrv Took_ ,_ To! said message \ 'al read and referred I I Speaker's declaring that the hour allotted to
with it. 1 Jr. Gabriel A. O'Brien. Jas. S. Palmer the discussion of resolutions' had
cociparison the Comm I elapsed.
I Charlei Cotton, William II. Cogd ll, Chas. I 1l4IJ ltel' on inprn l. imnpnvom >nt_
: '
:'. Drake. :! '1 he Commodore says the president is too well Charles H. Poor, John VV. Cox, George A. DISTRIBUTION' OF:: THE PUBLIC I II CONGRESS MILEAGE AND COM-

Captain'* Clerk.-John Acoita. acquainted with the geography of this country to re- Premiss, John K. Mitchell, Lorenzo T. I LANDS. PENSATION.The .

B.1xzcaijv.-John Hudson.Carpenter. quirt any advise from him. Fortunately, General RiineltVm.. H. Peter, Edwin W. Moorr, The House resumed the consideration of House then resumed tho consideration -

.-John McDonald. Jackron knows too well the relative importance of Francis linger, Kz.-kicl Mulford, James M. the resolution! moved by Mr. Huntof Vermont I I of the bill for regulating the compensation

ski Maker.-William Mitchell Ferikacola to the South Western States to suffer Gilltss, Win. C. Farrar, Charles S. Boggs, proposing to direct an inquiry by the for mileage and attendance; of rnenib rs.

himself be biabned by any representations he mayaiakc. Alex. L. Dade, Henry C. Hart, Robert 11. Committee of Public Lands into the expediency After some discussion, the bill was ordered:

,TLc U. S. Sloop of War Erie, Coptuin. Cc son, ;: '. Calhonn of distributing tlienett proceeds of the to be engrossed for a third reading in tho .
;nt to Sea on Monday last. I Sehotilmaster. II itI.I Sales
t'orge of Public Lands among, ihu several following form, viz : .

The Report of Com. Rodgers respecting the In coacliricn, we assert and Ftnnd prepared! to I Captain's (7er&-Fayette M. Randolph. States, for tho purposes of Educatioa Be it enacted, 4c. That tho Secretary' of
< Navy establish! the fact that there is Yard
no Navy in the i I Gunner.-Asa (,urlis. Internal
ird at this place. which will be found on cur fifst United States with such Improvement. the Senate and the Sergeant, at Arms of the

.*e, la marked throughout with a tissue! of false :1 Per.eacola, none easier of resources as the Yard at i Carpenter.-Calvin! Oaks. The' question being sfited on agreeing to House of Representatives shah at the present .
access! or more easily Sail
MakerWilliam Mr.
tsnning and perversion of facts, of which we .defended and in time of Commodore I Ryan. Martin's proposed amendment!, for directing and at the commencement of each sub i
supplied war- Boatsrcain.-Thomas
: Ring.Tariff" the| committee to the Session of
him la report from
ught incapable. Does ha mean to ray that: RoJjers to quantity sequent Congress, obtain
; thecontrarynotwithitanding.
administration .nd.r whose auspices this Navy of lands already granted to each State by each Member and Delegate the uanae of the

.rd wtui commented, wa ignorant of the ro-I 77/. ll"rn r.t.-Wi' learn Iiy a Gentleman -Our infonnation received from tho General Gavel nment. Post Office nearest his residence, and shall
various som cts nt Washington, leads us to Mrp0ik of Tennessee said that from
then nld'Qfhe
with the
aphical ,, Officers
position ofPensacola harbor, or do. =: hoiein diirct ftein New O.'lpans that presiding ,.
intelligence
that hem, in posaeaalon of the int'urationth ih.ul: lenchcil that the conclusion, to which we confess we tire the time which had been nlready occupied ascertain and fix the distance to said Post
necessary City from that I
Tnmpico, a somewhat reluctant to arrive, but which we m lira discu8 iou of this CiU'l tjon
yloc t ed the Navy Yard for the number cf Hats such : I proposing Office from the! seat of Government computed 4
aectional purple as an worn bv' seamen feel bound to express tif" the take of our commercial an 'inquiry merely, it must bo evident not only ( according to the shortest-post road
gratifying nme interest, without n due ye. HI our public vesselsiith the wAid U HOR- ( on
readers, that no chauge will that f
proba- this discussion is but that it
: which letters
transmitted
ard to the the premature are usuaUy by mail
service or protection of our "hI.leIld Sr.T"on them Ind
drifted
ashore the be made >
on ; in the tnrifl'
i inrrea iug. cornmerce in the Gulf of Mexico ? cont in that t vicinity.. This bly during the present 18 not likHy to arrive at any profitable end from the Seat of tho General Governmentto !
report was ere- session, except perhaps) in the articles of: it vis admitted tjrseVhu) the
by supported said Post Office aftor whichhe shall add
*ces hp think tit ttflcejocf h such no nu: e ft FIItJ- lhed: trt ::iLvv Oilcan} ?, and considered as itea and oflfcet The Sooth J
''i zulli mafce an rexolnuon that' i it make '
rs ugt expedient to the
.-. .. . ; t9, or subtract frt.ni, said "cutcaeat_ ''f.
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bo tho disftncc: frum said Post -
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-themay I r
Office Ii) iho nrsideuce of said] Member ; DIED;; Tax C/oltector's 1 1S'Ie. Sherifl Sfile.ON NotiCe-
On Wednesday morning la ti"lorashortbvt ; I,
severn ,
I vhi! : *!h the of each
statement
n.ileage
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u') )n l FERGUSON
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* : : II ijla 8S, 11. NISBET, Esqoir?,* Dative ; Tburwlny the 18i h February next. I lm11 exi :
Member) ,.' i< to t be computed. of Philadelphia and for several yean a highly .[' i, e to tsalo. ill front of the Coint HouNe. iu L ETTERd:'of AdminLftration (
Sec. 3. :{'id be it further enacted, THat, i I respectable and iut.n-! "., 'merchant of this city.We WILL- BE *OLD tli CityriJensacoIa' bct\\een the hours of 10 A. 31.ami oothe' lUtatoPATHIOS :
"J :} r. M. Ibr cash, to the highest bidder IXZ1Z Dec.
on .he fin .1 I settlement! of the account of eu; h a Negro ,
1\lc\ I''r an.l) he shall are authorized to announce Mr.James PendJe- On the 3rd Saturday in April, min: named Cooper, as the properly of the' i-Kt.itcTof having brcii granted to the Sufcwiber. all person
Delegate
:: subjoin, at ton, as a Candidate for the Office Of Sheriff ts- the Court Abrnham fjiiunioui" deceased: ; tu *.'ui,,')' a judgment indebted to Yilt f;*tate, ore hereby notified to make
House tho :
the foot of hi-! account a certificate that he rAinbia: County. AT door of County which R. Allis! recovered before Justice Parmantit-r, immediate )payment, and nil those to whom the es
has dp'Iuctcd from his account, all, and each, in the Town of Marianna] levied upon and returned to me by Henry A. ftiinr tate id indebted to present their claims within tile .
of the entire days on which he have pursuant to the Revenue Law of 1828, the constable. Said Negro remains now in nry U8tody.I time prescribed by Law, otherwwo this notice wfll
may We are authorized tJ Samuel Fry
:
announce be plead in bar of
been absent: : from his seat in the House of : Esquire! as a Candidate for the office of Clerk of the following property, for cltsh.Qo 1:11.: 1' COMMYNH, recovery ) t

4t which he i is Member: during those days on i, County Court of Lscambia. j ] Acres of Land lying in said County, I Pcnuacola, 15th January Sheriff"leJO.'" Etrambla-17-ids County, James Fiulay,

which it m"hI: \"p }been, in Session : Provided The friends of Adam ,, on the waters of Chipola, levied upon Administrator.
Gordon ,
tint nothing] in this act contained; l) shail: Esquire annOl1n'ehim to s-ttisfy Amos Aycock's taxes due 30 cents. ;! Prmacola 5th Jan. 1330-46-8 w,. i.
as a Candidate for the Office of Clerk of the I MAIL ARRANGEMENT. ,
be so constnvd J, as t:) prcvvnt: a Memberreceiving : County Court of Encambia.Shipping. "H |00 Acres of Land lying in said, I I Lis of Letters .
a d.iilv compensation: if the absence JL County on the waters of Chipol.i, Northern Mail by Burnt Com. 1'R

:: ) of such Member was occasion! by ovied upon to satisfy( John Clarke's Taxes Due every \\r.'dnesd"y at 7 o'Clock P. M. IAINING in the Post Office at
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sickness afier his departure from I home, Ill List. due $(;,82 j cents : also, I I Departs e'tery Sundayxat ,,,'Cock[ A. M. I'l-nsacoh, Dec. ;21, 1S29, which, if

which'! : Member ) from Northern Mail by Almirantc. not taken ot: within three months will bo "
case a so prevented -II| 1'C" A M-PS of Land lying in said, I I ,
attending!!: the hoie: slnll annex a certificate \)PORT) F PEXSaCl \. JL U ""!lilt)', on the waters Chipo- \ Due every Friday at 10 o'CIock A. M. .sent to tin! G jncral Pos': : Office, as Dead
Departs name day at iJ o'Clock P. 31.lilakdu Letters.
of the fact duration.
icl\llessand its J ha,Ievied UJMII I I to sa'isly John

And the! House adjourned, at a quarter ARRIVED.January Taxes lilt -i.0: cents : also\V.CamPbcll's// Mail. I A.-Pen,. Alba 2,- IIcr.t'v. Aliren----- ---- P -fln.Augiisiine. -.
four I Due Monday at';F. M. .
past: o'clock. 21-8c1l.. Neptune Stoddcr. f eqery
: fl )
# Acres of Land the
lying on waters Departs H A. If.Ptnsucola John Acosta
every Thursday at John Adams. .
1 St. Murks. Balla.st. "
jlll of
ist; 1830.ill" Chipola in said county, January tk 1K50.-47-:'A-l: (li.; -I I&'n rv Drackenridpe 2,John Barrow
? 'zz.tc appropriations for SAILED.Jjinuary to satisfy Waller Davis Taxes -- --- ,
upon
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\: -* i'f'\. SrrriM.-iry of tj! .. Tte.iMiry: IS-Schr : Sun, Gardner, Tampa due $Ji,7"i cents: also Territoryoff/tiricta lliomaft F. Brady, Robert B rwick, A. Ci
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Craa.sMir' !. tf f I ) iJio, HOJSO jf R 'prt'scntatn'N. B-iy...:assorted cargo by Charles Le i Brown, Dahney/ .. Brody, CoLieit. : aird.
H ,1'1tit Acres of Land in said) County Western District Court .. N. Baker
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MI CJS''IH ?t h' of at'opriatioiis for 1830, Baron.Schr. MJPVP Superior ,, Samuel Hairing"
,I ij -vicc of thy lying Oil she waters of Apal.ich- ton, Jt. k'. fiachc 4, Thomas lirccsc
vvMi-'M p'flJ"h"* t IV year : Sun, Rondeau, New Orleans J acic son. 5, Gus .
:$!UOC.IRq"l 67 : vizC'uil carjro 12,000: bricks by Jos. Murreh. collevi; upon to satisly! Benjamin Fo&ques DEO.TEHM 1829. tavus hrock, John Burns, Richard Bache 2, I,'

I. (D.plu.-.i-jti-; :, and :MisC"IUwoti.s Schr : Eli/.abeth, Forsyth, New Orleans Taxes due 2,70 cents : also, Jonathan TSrantley ) I Witfifim Hnrvm 5, Dwight Batchtllcn .

; 2,031,325 62 -cargo 0 bales cotton, 6 packs skins and I B $'''O ,Acres uf' Land! laying 'in said Tf J IN ell.-\XCIR\: :'. Avrusiu: ? }'. Beers, Philip Barry, Stmucl

31ditiry !service, inc.hniingFortifications hides, by the fllJStCf.LT. *. \ county on spring creek, L\ tt-d upon Xancy Brantlry. ) I Ht'r/. llt Baker, John Wads. Henry Ct

Armories Arsenals S. Transport Schr. : Florida, Bake r, to satisfy lienj. Hays, Taxes due :iiO,42s:; An Application j I for a 1)ivorre. [i lrfff/frr/. .

; Ordmncn! Indim ;:f- cents : also, appearing to the satisfaction: ofthe Court that I! t'"k! of the Register Office, Sidney
Tall1jH.IY; the defendant resides out of the rrNri tory. It i-"
fairs, Revo! liiouary; an:1:' Military 21 -Schr : Arenora, DiUeman, St. Marks tah Acies of Lund; in said county, T. 6, therefore ordered that this! case be set for hearing at I j >. rnlriM.! :Alexander H. Cclcnsan, Henry

Pension*, and intonul -carco: :!!OOOOLJricks- :and 20 sacks salt by I C'j' iY iv. 11 aujoining A Foster: lc\ h'UI the next term of this (\>nrt. f ( ru' e:', 1t assiano.itavnl .
It i is further ordered of thia order bepubiiuhcj l.finner Edward
Improvements: 5,109,9493 the I thit. a rnpy W. Carpenter
: : 'I ,
to satisiy a bal.aite due ua LubcnJones'
!\ival: t'ryk'including the upon I in someone of the authorized nevmpapersTerntory GeurxeV.. Codwisc, Charles A. Cannel
istt.r.NOTICE. taxes; of 81,15 ceia.also, ortlai ibi ihn-e inciiths uCeeiVel I).
Marine; : C'.ps.} 3,757,111 10 Jtrome Callan 2, Midshipman Cady,
'-.fi Acit-s land said ad- ]{oht. A. i.ott,
ol
To the Estimates arc added statements! -g in county
a h\\'.1 nt'..", A 1''i. 1.1.1. .dtlol 1 'ili '.I": ... .t'id.1fhl" A UU joiiitu ..r-iunilonl levied Ujiun iO (,f/k. Uhurlcs II. Cotten, Greenville ('. Cooper,*
3. Til"; appropriations\ tho lJJ6l11 I ins". to. HII Alil-tinuii 10 tin liif v i< Rile satisly: J.! O.; Lojv..'d ta.\cs: uao ;1, 14 cu.Acres 4613tNWI'HJE() I A. 1!. Cnlcman 3, William C. Chaplin"
IIf n!?ury L).* l:1; '..!IIM:, U.lg"'J, KLO.I.NCIO .(100 ,
mad! : Henry Jacob C
service t.fiiic year 1830.( oWMiss ..ns Idly' cJi'fii-i! Cummings, arpc7ztc3-.
by former jicts, including John Jcrrison 0 of land; in aid county on Cbipola ; D.-Knianurl; Domingness, Elijah Dam

Pt'i.lic: : Debt, gnuluul( improvement levied ipon to satiety J.ilm Me.Cormick's I..,.', Abnlii m Dodd, James E. Dinkins.

of, ilirt Na: vyarm- Pru!s.iroa. Jnnuarv 2':) !. Ih: O-JS-li. Major. taxes due( $ l,0j; cts. : abu, I 11tb: CuutumLL Robert todd, George W. ))ay.

hig aid: equipping tho Militia S 0 Acre.N of Ian i in said: crunty on Chipol.i L.-William Elliot.Ienacia Maria Escarru.

subset ipiifiis to Canal/ ; i iSlok $30 Jicward.Jrom i h,vied upon\, to satisfy J\ .4n Parkers LL pprsons from purchasing or trading fiir It.S Daniel Egbert: 2, Henry G. Ely.
,Rc\.tluiolnry: claims taxes; due G7 also ceti"iute.: : !!: drawn by the Subscriber, pay. F.-Jamcs .V. Fonytht William Ftrgusnl!
} :: Elt:: L .EO Irvin this 1'0,1 l, on the 19:1.:1 inst.ftfoim Jets.: : abie to IJollni & PayiiCi for the sum of Theodore Flotnrd
/ 2.
and Indian( aflYtis, amounting I )
l'rivHlc .:10 J: .'rs! of lintl in said; county on 425 OLI-tia3 '
to 11,31,21' 00 ::1 : 1 ( .-Samuel Goldsmith, Oliver S. Gnt:
: Fuller I tllC.iIU'IS of Chipola 1 lo satLlysaiiit due February 1st. Ici3J: as I .am determined not tijpLy James
Goodnim
Son
>S.> The existing appropriations F. Ill I ud Note. the clu idcrutilu having proved be 3Gcorge L. iVilwit,
) ;o> taxes due j !,.J5 cts : abu, ; :>> ( Gamble.
which will not bo n-qltin'l of llarillt'I.ulou'! ilil: 't'alvf! ..jv. 6 feet 7 iudrs; audulent. Henry
for the year 1829, & which high hazel:: l rtt'S! !!.!lIly! iiair imt (lilt ('(flIt|tit.)tio'I i1 II 18... Af'ICS of land; in said O comity/ on John G. Barrow. H.-John Hniran, Boovy IIodgo 2, Anoo

it i.I' proposed to applv in aui aiiii by occupation pnious! in etiit iiit.it. a llt Dry creek, levied upon 10 saiis- r.scambio 1 0-4(5-3t. J Ban, L. C: IIubbHI. -
} : County, Jajmarj7th,
1 siniUi., \Viocver! hall a.icleiul the/ 'Hi l -' Thoin.-s _
of the st< r vice of the year and dclivvr him at ih s,|*|>r ni v oilier M.iime k-I .y (j.,11"]] > tauS: due 3,7 5 -h.: : also Carey }l. Hansford, Henry S. Handy

1830amountingto 862,231:> 84 liOn in the United Sl.il!, s'n.'ll: iccrivc: tc!; abne 4' ff. At'.(", li f MnirJ phu S. S. .*'>,'*'. 3. I John Heckle, John Hutson, Thomas Hays. '

3. The existing! appropriations; ,:I I. -b.. It y, ,in s.itKly[
which will bo ttquired.. to i G. F. Lindsay, t ixes duo $ I ,:'JO! cts. : also, .I r.TTf.CS Administration on the Estate of GeOl e Johnson. .

complete tho service of 1829 Lt. Commanding. 180- es htndlyiinnrsHid I ) county J A Samuel Tannier deceased,having been grant- Lieut. Robert Jones, W. H. Inskeev, ,t
but which! to the subscriber : all indebted to said William F.Jones l2Kobert W.Joncs:
and] former persons 2,Sam
MARINE PEP !
years } .
T, on Cliipola; to satisfy: Spe ais E..tatelr.., ,
vill be expended in 1320, I I'fmKRcoln i F. JainiHry 211. 1F33. I J)"', taxes due $J-JO, % cis. : also. I and all iierwby pei.-on.s notified) to whom to hiake the immediate('"ttle i i" indit payment uel Johnson, Charles Jhobts, Robert Johnson *.
James //.
Jardenus.
JGTtiuse ,
amounting to 2,457,173 pl.to present their claim within th time prescribedby
Ko
142 in tlK> Town of MjrJL I'
three last mentioned: amounts, together Notice. Lot !law, otherwise this Notice; will *, plead in bar of Jt.-Edtcard Kennedy.
: ,10.1 iinnn!, j in, a"l{ //county, leviedupoi their 1"
with so much as nny remain un- recovery. -Henry LundtlVcstirood A. Lacy 2",
pursuance fan Order of the Hu.iorablr' to s itij fv \V. S.ni.h's; duc.43
cents
taxes :
exp 'nda.i of the sum statud; in the Report) F CounlyCourt for the' County oi ECMinbi, ,,..>,'I .I), Henry A. Nunes, U' Jsattimrr, Charles Lrncnds 2, John L

en the Fin.inces, pns*.nu(1: by ilni Depart- Ad m inis trator. iMwcnZ, William F. Lynch 4, Samuel V, ____
lili'iiioniv 14'h iu"!. :s the estimated expendituiein 4OII arpeiis of land 8 n 4tj' Acrr s i "f t I hr.,,1 h on ,!." "ft'I...*" of Chi- lVn acol.i, Jan. 7ih, 1629-46--81.CLOTHING. Lcarift, Joseph Lanman 2.

the f.itirth: qtuntrr of tin; piebf1It 11\'lolI 'nijT 10 (lie su.lc of Domingo Gonzalez elt- i"'l ,, :iihl ("-;1t.i. Jt-jOW '" lie M.-Andrew WcGibbon 2, John Milstcad!

year, and wiiti nch SI'ms.lS' ma> ''o-1 .i.tppropnatod cta c-d, will h col'.i at I own "j'i M-iritiiirn aiii.tinmtr' :.:I\"' o If! The I < ; ; Joseph Martel, Col. A. 1JanduIJVi1JiJIB 'i i _

hCungr( ss, f for: the ji-ar 1830 i j PUBLIC AUCTION, S.JIIe, !ill'UM' lU oj' l.I, iI_ lIiI11\oWIIIII.: $, A;on is, E.:: Merlet, Jeanne Wontreitiller

vill conipU'ii' thewl.olc\; attioutit s-ibji-ct to t! at thi! ? Gun;"' I"'i"e in t tin City of IVnsntf\ >, Oll .:\0. 'iot KJIUUII/ / h'\ii- i tip-in" ; to satisfy L. JN1. HATS, BOOTS, AND SHOES. Henry Michulet, Lucina More, Richmond i _

tho disposition If tjie EccutheJO'CI11- I Tuesday, :23rd: of March next, Stones' taxes tine 81U,!>"7 cents : alsw! AicDavid, Felix M. McNuIty. _

nii'tit in that year.There \ at )I- r/clld.1 ; 10 satisfy and pay the ik-btt of "fl $$ & Acres of land on the Chipuh ad- J.: ONE ILL Edward R. McCall 3, Joseph Myers 4, _

is ;also ld-d to the rslimates, a the said dcci-ase.1 : llie gt.id Land bt'illg one undivided -M. LIxF joining Miiadcll: awl lother> in said HAS jusr lereivcd H fashiouable assorlmrut of tifnjamin D. Moore 2, John B. ATarchcnd2)

statemeut of the !M-veral apyn.firiations, I the bdiik half of of llie f Eight liver hundred St Mary nrpeus de Gnlvez.iitua'.ed OH county, levi d upon to sati.-fy Richard II. inter and Spring George M. McCrcaryS, benjamin Macom- '*

!hich will probably carried 10 ilie Surplus M. Crupper, Long'; taxes due ftf>.73 cents : also, CJ! @ }UiU! cei ber 2, A. C. .Maury William MtcheU M* I-

Fund, ai the! close of the P'('St'llt y( ar, Clerk ExcamLiu flf tfh Acres of)land on Chipola, adjoinirig I'.phraim ihlillsJo1in, S. McDonald 2. \
either because the objects! fur which! :iln-y County Court Jt U which ho oll'cis fur sale low for Cash.AMOXG A.- Otho Norris 3, Lloyd B. Nevtt.
Russ in said! levied
by W. lla8cll Hunt D. C. :I county,
were made! are completed, or fccouj-e tliPsf WH1H ARE; 2, Jam SvriJf.O. .
Elizabeth: Tanner's
!O satisly t.txes due
Pt'iinr4Ii. hUh Jan. :J8oO.-IS 9t upon : : ,
sums will not b<- n-qmred; t fur, or will no longer I, S'V'-i: cents : also, Black, blue, bioxvn and olive dress and fiu k EUptrfme .-Henry E.:: O'Brien2, Mr. O'Briei,

be applicable: to them! amounting: to TO MARNERS.FJ'E clothCOATS\ Edward Oldmixon, Alexander! Orr.
a Acres of land in said
county! on Spring &, PANTALOONS.
$115,962 03.: -Tell graph. :BUOYS 1111\. l tlt..u Optnheimcn.Amusa .
Spar : moorr-di ill
(.r'ck, IYlllgv.. ;S.: W. !j Sec. 1, Bung cord, sinet, : and circaShiau lit
Mjriar.ue, and il.ree spur Buoys in PHSKChrisiian up c T. (fi 1{. 12 levied Janice .
? F.\V ORLEANS, Jan. 9. : : on Luke Bouigue; tfie following iliitc- uptm to satisfy VESTS Robert: I'ottiiiger Charles Pierce, Benjamin
enable the Manner to avoid the Wehh's taxes due $7,50 cents : also
tions will dillkul ,
We hive received Mexican papers up to lies wSucli formerly existed in the .Navigai iou of plrtiti black and figured silk& vrlvt-t, valcnlia, toili J Patten, Wilder Hr. Pierce Pinkney, Ci-
the 13th l.'Cl'mlwr.Ve are sorry to observe these }>>1I.lieli. Toe Kditors of lie Mohile andJSVw ONE BILLIARD TABLE?, on nut, fan. y Hiid .pl.uti silk, blue and Mack! dull cro 1'rice, Jcjftrson T. Page. .

that a civil war will be tile consequence \ ():.l.:ung papers, ';'-U plean; inseit, this uuiuc.Tlie the nionday following in the Town of V\ ehh- \\ illi a vaiu-tv IfItO'UND Thomas L. Parrot, Pablo Palmes, SannelPattuson p _

of the contest existing between the liu.nil. ) }'.ts Marianne aic moored nearly: yule, levied upon as the property, of J amt'.*- JACKETS, Rosalia Perer, Police of Powa- I '

Centralist* and Federalists. Gen. Busta- ill tin m'.tliile: III the deepest water, and it h recommended Marshall to satisfy l his taxes due 87 ,87?! cts. Fine frilled and plain .lihh i lint-n cola, Joseph Phillips, James Price, George j
to keep them cloke ou board There- J
mante, vice president of the Republic, has I i is fio 111 Hi to 14 fee) water through; this Pats. The Andrew G. Mays, SHIRTS : Poll, John, A. Russell, Thomas Rtndel, .

declared himself favor of the system of a rntrnncc! from HiC? West, is rendered plain l II y ihtulicll Tat; Collector, J. C. duck, check, cotton and flannel do. Elish.i:: Ryan 2, Philip RoseJacobRckets. f ,

Central Government, in the city of Puebla. Key. or Island :Maritue. on the souih tide of JacksonCnnnfi/.,. Dec. .:24, 1 29.47tdLoai'tLiiijE.: > DRA WEltS. Pierre Rongei.u, Adele Rochblave.
Besides of Campearhy, it. nearly opp' siu' to which, lie! first Buoy umooictt John K lle William .
the insurrection Privilte Black Italian silk CRAVA'15. : an e 7/, RadfordZ ,
about Moitk from _
i-eais
omo disturbances h.tve taken place at !Me- making,wliirii and run E. and by =N and theKry you ;will
rida, and in other places.; make all the Buots.. On entering fiom the Enl! / to- WO or THULt GentlcmtMi can hei Silk Handkerchief*, Gloves, Hosiery, sniped Sus- Rtidriguez, Asa Rodgers, Thomas Randle '. I
Jan. 14th. I bring! the! West end uf Cut Island) to bear about S. accommodated withBOARD ))1tuol": I t Balli laid CIIP S.-Matthew Smith, Stone and Nesbitt 3,

\Ve have just been informed by the S. hr. E. und by S.. distant about! 2$ miles, when tin.ffist BOOTS Ffl William Shecut, William Scott 2, Antonio _____________
will lie vifille then W, and S.
Bony ; run by
Frances, from 'Tamptcc; ,. that President which couise will keeji the liuo) s close on board. At AND .... Soto.

Guerrero was obli .( d I to leuvn Mexico, on The entrance from the Etui, being very blind, one in a Private Ficnch Family. SHOES &c. Francis B. Stockton 3, Sandfurd A. :

account of tin: disturbance\ s occurred for ihe of the Buoys ba\e been placed about ] miles 'I Lnifuirc at the Office of the Prnsacola Gazette.Pr.nsarolu : t With Domestic and Piece Goods. Street, Lewis E. Simonds 2, William C.

change of Government. 'iOm it.tyiss. : Icc.261/i; 182i).-45-tf. Pen acoln Febrnnry. 7. IS21)-4-if.Tax.Coilector's Spencer ZEdward SchermerhornZ, Ilillury .
Chriti.n 1 is close to the main land, is very ,, --- ------ B.
Jan. 14//J. -- SlriLgtr, Philip Stockley, William A.
( the East, when
and intricate tailing/ rom
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narrow
About 7 o'clock,1ast evening, a fire unexampled opn'oiile to the Hast fOnd of Cnt Island, run 21. N W :fciale. Staurm 6, Silas jI!. Stringham 2, George S.Sproftiw .

in its furious celerity) broke out f!;lr the most %piomincnt I land! OH the main, on nearin 4, Benjamin H. Shoemaker, So7o-

in the Horse Press and Cotton Warehouse, >; which, n Il.uise with diiecl a roof' (painted' I lo Ihe red entranceol will) Uev'u'iMo Wednesday, the 3rd day of February next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. non Sharp, Riche. R. Swift 3; MartinSmith.
and series as a object .
occup'cd bv 1\1 '!?"S. N. 4 H. Hart. Those this Pass ; about n mile from the, shoie, you will:I ; I shall offer for lease or sale, at Public A.uctiollat the Court House, T.-J um: Turrell, William Terrell Eli.jah It_ _
,
buildinr/s extruded about three hundred feet which close !
make lit*? fit Buoy keep on jour
longitudinally) on Camp and St. Charles IiI iat bard ; the secnud Buoy will then be in View I in this city, the following property, or so much thereof ar will satisfy Thompson Daniel Turner, James

street, and two hundred feet Utitudinnlly on which keep close <>n your larboard ; fiom this you !; the corporation of Pensacola for Taxes duo thereon, up to 31st 1 day Taylor. _
will discover Ihe thiid Buoy, which keep on sour ,
Henry F. 7'oulmin 3 D. M.Thornton 11
Common and Gratier streets, thus forming star boasd ; and after you pats it, lUll \V. uir.il! the ; of December 1829, unless the Taxes are paid to the Subscriber before I, _
John Leeds Thomas 2 John G. Tod JohnH'
an ;
oblong square, the wholo of the buildings of St. Louis -ns, which course will enable
Bay op
of sale with all aud
the costs
day together charges.
Tailor 3, William C. Turner William
together with the extensive arena in you to clear the square Handkerchief e i is: I
the centre, btinp filled with cotton bales: to I from 6 to 7 fcet water in this Pass. On entering! I T. Temple 2, Richard L. 7ilghman, John _______

the height of 8 or 9 tier. fiom the West these directions will of course be No. N11 ES Ql.JA.\Tll'Y &, \' ALUE &. ADD I \ A. Turlcy David Te1fairt J,hn Thomaf ____
I \ \ MOCK'r.
reversed. I
SI'fUATIO lL\'I'E. 10 ct.I' i John
The Thompson:
of brick covered with pro
buildings
; were TOM-IIousr.: Pfn ncoli", Janunry 22d, 1K30: ,. I
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state- in .less than an hour they were reduced 217\\V 111. }'. Allllerun '11 lot in 1otitint, ..... I'.75 I ( V.-Pepee Yincente, R. P. Yarnell,John _

to ruin, the space in tho centre! presenting 1- Public Notice 224 u 1 do YOL' urn &. Homan: 100 Vickcrs.
_
a mountainous heap ignited cotton, of; 303 U U 1 do Bru 40 $ \\V.-Thomas T. Webb 2, Nicholas B. ;

which from what we can h.virn: ;about 8,000 ISPedroSant HEREBY GIVEN, 4(5; h 'I j ill'pent insubuibs16261\ u 35 9) 1 9 .I 1 I Waters 4, William U. I H'oolsey Clarence _
THAT this suit has been instituted
bales have been consumed ; this with the ts. ) by attachment in the Superior i 9 naltasar Centino t lut on Bay 100 25 25 2 27 Watkins 2, Abraham Wilktrsosi 2, John tWhitchill \: _

value of the buildings m.ikos the whole loss Teresa flru, > Court, Escainbia County 325 Dr- A. Cummings do on Florida lancnO i5 27 2 29 S. S.WaihingtontC&urlu Wai' .

nothing short of $3OOO03. Fore mo Bra and The Defendant and all other per 39 Gates & arpent in suburbs 25 25 25 6* berry 2, 7' A. Wi nd"UI,WiU;<,. WtUfeanrZ. ,

We have not learned whether the houses ilomen Bru. _J 5
*erc insured or not ; but presume they have od Penimcoln to appear,and Oct.plead Wfik.to 18tiU tbeDeclaraliou.-39tl. 215i'in'ct Ordosgosity do in Romana 50 55 114 Ii lSi Those: numcs in ital cs are for the Arm,): _

been. Tho presumption is equally strong 82 John RuisThomas t do !in Baylen. 500 25 1,25 12 1 31 and Nuvv.. 1 :

that the enormous loss of cotton must be Public Notice: 17f flioboI } do in Intendencm 1500 25 ::3,75 S7 4 l i John FitzGerald, i. ;

sustained: bv he owners hereof. 33( ouis Touard do in Florida Clanc LOO 25 25 25 Post Master. _

________ : J -A IS HEREBY GIVEN, Estate Ximcnes 2 arlcnt in suburbs 50 25 12i 124 Penxacola__ January 9th, 1880-46-3t. .
i Joacplt Y. Cruziit, 'THAT this suit hat been -

: MARRIED, on the 15th ulio. by the Rev. Mr. vs. inntituteil by attachment in Ricketts :.BLAlYKS: -
Jacob -
WaUsatFuUiug! SpringAleghany! CountyV Jims Carlos Dc I'illitrs,) the Supeiior Court Escam ;
Adminivlratar of 1 bia County. The dvfendat
i H. PLCAsiiTe, Esq, Senior Editorofthc Richmond. Carlos De VVliers. and all other .persons Inte City.. Col1oetorFeuaco1a .. Ut tN de PI ct\\\ion n 9.t\J, i.1 r

. Wh c1, to Misa MARY L. P. MASSIK, daughter of (ested are hereby.required t9 appear and j lead to l 8t4 Jannpryt83046t e.1t _. 4' Q. \hiffi.c

1I'j Mvsio' Bq fth former plac:.. b D tluat iDa, : .4 !
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cst' m It otice. '

NAVY
A '
: : 'Notice. }
-
N JPf$ lliT I Pt'n {' City of ,
Z Is HEREBY Given that at the 'or'ss
expiration
P .:\3.\\'oLA BALED
-- --== i l.L peridi>l>if>d' to I't' 4
k. ; Ad- : week Jrcm this! date, I will apply to thcHoo
Gac'1 UAXLiTEOFFlCC. : for SuUciiption; J this Office,
For the Pcnsacola iu,ii-p: and l lot I'liiiiing, ntr iC'jucstcO lo malt I 182D. County C.urr'of F.chmli for late,, of Admioia
"Btffsttakt end Onions al plenty II\IK" In'purl .1I".II\It' I'aImen?, 11;ext to supply l ration upon the i-itaie of IS'ntlniuel G. O.er Slas

A PAROin. J.i.J iniv girl It, i IS3:1.: : i nd the PSavy I deceased.
: I
:: Mnting Jemima )'. Julius Pes say,"

When the Onion Sauce that smothered our meat, J j November 10,1E9J39tf.1K1WlT .

In ta'en: flay by the Cook's rmlort decree; I 20 REWARDRUNAWAY fDr one yrar. the ninth -
l\O Al\DlN G.
And the nicest dish of onryouaa; heart'Gives ',- from 'eucu..la o? i it o be of the ki ( Loa ll
one
the place to Cow-heel and \iif ti'ica.r the 3Oth "f lust inuniii, n iScgru mun HfTH OUR or HVK Gentlemen can be accommodfr ,
nine, ? ted with Private the
ftf boarding by subscriber on
l Iy the n i!in4
Ji. of \Vest eaiouable terms.
Oh! when shall w $wk all ravenons then; OI8RIN. for the Com- James Pendleton

The well scented sauce, the steak: covering tier: ,
1 l lMay .. !.. I) is i shout 6 t TCI I 2 inches high, and Court than Peniacola, Nov. 10th, 10th 182 .-3d-3m.
vain the dish mtff, u.ji
But, oh! it ii in spoiled ,,-
f _'. IH. clothing not iccoI1 to be t -
'1: I to" 30 v "r. n
stand on the table, but never plcac: more. ., .1. 'ilio s..j i.l t fgio; \\ai formerly the propei Proposals will has been J. ALBRIGHT'S

I.t ItI'. a.i ,nn Robin!
The Onion won't grove on a desolate rock ,,:.I.: !in. I-.mi: Huliinton of Sparta, to Major B"l'd t he wood now ; states tho that COLUMBIAN SYRUP.

And shed around iU most swertcslrrrfrtnc : C Si ill\"+" lJ!IcIII'Hu' I .iun opposite said A REMEDY which has proved itselrsuprrioh f.,
icuaiil will i her given for the npprr'fkion in Cam.
The dbove
ill Swaiiu's or of the Panaceas for
Connecticut's fields will yield a and! crop: with Those ) any lliecnrc
But t. '' nn.I ceCUl lug e1'said negro together ; of
I II and me following diseases, viz :
And girls with hard knees will su'uier: it hoiuc, a\I\I 'ft'n'ou.\1et ; rxpuccs now re- NECROSIS, (or affection of the bones,) KING'S
John he: wood to be
Jerrlsonr, ; \ appearing EVIL, (or SCROFULA,) WHIT SWILL ,
*
:
And when it is i gathered: Rome others will'grow; A.lffltJOT Bird !lond[ and ;

If seeds of gooJ kind, the fields cover o'er: r,M iroa.Jan. IGlh. 1t33lr1i6tElcetion I j liihfnl ( within CANCEROUS, and inveterate ULCERS ;
Tmlr LIVER
: : and BILIOUS COMPLAINTS
Yet the dish spoiled once, of onions and steak. For further ;
{: in this RHEUMATIC affection$ oCthe.head &
SYSTEM
May stand OH the table, but never please more.Peter. Notice. notico I he generally ;

if N c' mplianee with! the provisions!' of an Act of the once! a ULCERS: of the MOUTH and THROAT.

fA[ Loirisl.itivo i : Council; : of the; Territory of Florid, 42-tf. citing,: SYPHILIS, and all other diseases arising in the

Hi.orically: true :-vide Annals \Veatliersfirld i ,10 1 hereby give notice, that on the and nil improper use of MERCURY.

neat duo. edited by Deacon: Bacon First' Dav of February : to !be As a general depuratiye article or cleanser of the ,

Hart. Con 1804. Extract : "\V catlmr- r alias t mood this remedy j: ossesses invaluable powers ;it ,.;
next, being the fir Monday:: of I'ebruar}, J630, nn ; rnm improves the appriiff, and has also the remarkable .
field h:is attained a degree celebrity, whirl before this fact of i:.pr.ve ,Jo skin of hat| yellow bilious

has: seldom been exhibited in any ;ttn1:1: ,. It Election 1 > bob hold tint, st,,rh! I' iw: c. Knn in iyliou( constitutions

is unnecessary! to state that the ve:;etahlkingdom : B l' .' Penvucul: J. ALBRIGHThilarlelphl.a-
of ,. will, lie hnldcn, for the purpose of electingA 1
furnishes the moans! our pro [ to inter The '
; in .
r.M-r, ,
cflering |his '
purity and the causes of our tame,11 pace: ( 41 Clerk of the County Court l woman, SYRVr" fo ,,v J"I.i:; furnishes a few of CULUMBU"he mast '

"This most precious ctahle toils not, A Sheriff Coroner, and 13 rlit i l herein remark'dolt i .C.UN |le t1ol meet |"j the same, in tUImOIlY -
,
of it
i it, .1;pet lOa' .medial
neither does it spin ; yet how deliciouly: powers as given him

smells oh happy maid of sweet We:uhursteld A County Surveyor) ; E"N luu- l I hy of he respectable mired Stater Jers'av residing i in different parts

thy he-iris how tender, thy hues For thr Coin,+y of Ilscambiit ; B. President : 1 : Hunt same, 81 well as hf>U1g 8'the a means just merit of conveying decto the to

low hard /" &c. &c. Pap! 22. lit the foihiwinp places or Precincts; viz: ric:.., do hereby < Florida., their fellow cr('atore S who are similalJj afflicted a

Thus far Deacon Bacon. Some partial: In Pinvtcola, Kthe\ Court' House ; I h.tti public i sure, speedy and e (iectual remedy-aware, that

lure in relation to the cultivation and harvesting At the ILiusc f Peter Uor f, near the \ rj// Van ; !! 3flict, :U ; : ; many the country medicines, held are f.a1)rth this to:ime cure distributed about
diseases
of onions may be interesting. Thc Oil the U est side of lILt Kscaniliia Rittr: at the JtifUiilfiml < !I 11t1'a; .:;.', on which tau.'y have not the slightest influence, upon

arc extracted from Captain Hall's travels.: L. Cotten lsquirc ; I IOn i io\t, for the ; of which they had tn ed previous to the use'of souse the

"Tho women have the sole charge of them the East M'/r of the Est amain Jfirrr, at the JfVilliani <)//I cof :: situated wiiliiti syrup, as t11ay Ll' seen iy their own aUufalons.
The
season \ Drununoml I'quiJe I: ; I iIedciclr is so- tushly reputed b sow of the
frost the sowing to the reaping: i tioned ; } si"lItns e
i P' for the
"
the fields to bo reaped, all At ri-irida Tumi, til !!!c llolrsrz of Captain JamipillniHti : : Kitrlieu, and the cur Cof various diseases, that to
WlKMi are ready wit pl'oJlrielor's
I 10 : l Secretary OWn kno"'edfO' len gentlemen
the male inhabitants: are excluded, then ; hI' the medical faculty( s ere induced
to
of iln hall t 10 it in diseases
North try
On /{!'aU'ulrr 1! Creek, at the llivtc of the lion.Titwthy to which
they
from and are not permiiti'd' ) to comp I'lrticulars Iemnhu had been subject,
; : 1\\irdi"l1- Meridian. and fuune! bee g'fit
i great 1 from ita .
within, pffplng dis! and do ucrelnuminaii; : *. and appoint the liilKmii; CLJ Township i laxly residing in AHl'IIIIown N. J. ust'whale; one disco particu lot i
lcy ou
tance. Tilt women it-is u.-!, t1) rei-ti\ithc votes at I'lectunt: \ ; sac Ihreatened by K severe attack of liver
of all r.nks; &. ronditi /I'cnsucola.. Townships :! ( plaint, "hich had previously resisted his own treat com.

>ns in the consnlll1lty I John ,!. 11 Rua, X. S. Parmantirr, u!ul Sawed orange TownsHps i : 1LYC11: went to the, was enjoyment in the Gf course perfeci of it health few ,weeks restored
the I
enter (:ael ; The
acounws whir !
tells, arnicJ with a .'\\t lite 11'+1s' nf Peter I'nrgr: tn'I fiityfouToHnxhos-. '( iM.irinr; agents i" different ts} have of been received from
pal the Union
; { made and I speaking nf
small knife of this Jeremiah: Ii'zrrahain, Foster S. Chapman! :mOwi1 the good ft't'rt9 proodnlCecl
.hE'
; by
sffi-
whficin She syrup, are
tonrlI'' ; an"c: / t\111\-!! dent to compile nt rigs is lime
farm ; in each curve I ho ball l i'Hlli! ftn octavo volume of
lit'thc knife, the 011 tilt \Vtft sitlr of tlte tlsftiiiiliiti; HirfK.idford '1'ovnslu ; i | Itieiro the Mp\\'ards ,.f 10 hued red l pages to enumerate al I

L. CothMi Dcn.juimn (Iaii.fr, and JohnToon' ;. t\\"{('it t ti11. irqtie.tetl to : "urps.
llado is sharp The doses of "
the (
very :\ ; Town! .l'.ips!: ,:, :". Hliomll oiumbian 5ruP." art jud ica..usly i-
3J that it cuts to the Tj'ist side; -if 1: in't'ta 7*/Vrr I i rrr for p"y.I proportioned, 1.IHJ a dn'I'fO 10 !he are earl
and left Oil tIll :an ie tv \' I. !sueuglh of the human r.'SIt'In. It i.
fight : Willi.iiii Drunnii' iid, James Brt:\\>ter, mill Ben- Fnu-i'--rt1' ; :<< : RUA.' innocllI'. thllt 110 evil .)llecis nee,I br apprehended 10 perfectly
Thus- \e lrit from it, when taken t
nnii
: ; 1 I
J t : a greeahly to the
ei i gilt, 1 )t "I lS29"h't! directions
I Af ritir'nlti / )?/'//, : Lxccutoj It may hI" given without any appreheusioD to the
lurk thi ipHliroats I Tt'Cic >"piliin.n, S.-iii.tu-l o. Mix*, am! Jdni .\. rrart-svvti r !" ) : most It'ntlf't ufaut or ft'eLe! aduf1MFDICAL .
The Wrt-ncn tiicn te! or up :
: I I't"n' "rl' (lL'i';. !" (."I': ";. I", Ruo &II\IENDATORY l'\eT'Cy.
about 6i. inches above lh) ? J ht](';': } ;I }laving ..c.oltml'nllf'd. the
: At. ni.ick TJ..i.i (/f.r ('rr'el Townships: ) U use of J. Albri g lt'f ey
tlu :la- : culor of the CULUJIBIAI: SYRUP" in
m
anl in kneeling! posture comniont-c : l, I own private
a :
Twtf'le11.: in'!r \t\\: rrllclce
Hr.nt. ,\.. 'r. Lutbrr. and 11 iW.1Iy: : : I i who have fbrnelrly tWCII.\"III'1I and Ravin ,
bon of the day.] She who !gathers th,' JT--!'!- i r 'o\\I1..It!i :i.' : : + !: t ; : I : their ac- sided fjcacy in g witnessed its de.
: many cases which
cst quputity of onions in one div, ).Prt15 \i.l: ; Islet'rran t !heriiubrf1Iruaued.artrigii! '. ,i lo the resisted the usual) bed previously
,
: .. u'I; j rllilln ttl'i'1l j. -urn! i veil oetties. I now sigh much
t
Iw :
: an:1 n-'iir"'l I'I "".1ud.and: TM I.rla"I': : I plea
the Queen of the Onion Bill in tlii' el -'Hili::!. ; ] ) ; '. case give my If'stimoll.y in iti
I; : a'u-1; i iti'l.i in.itlo! il..' .h'v oftlu* ,-'\iH:1."s; : : I i: T'UN!:ij': ::: I a f.w of f"vrlur, Hud win tI tote
no mittcr whether she be maid), in.u.ou: owidow. :, law, n lo'rp( i:>:"* ('os!! nii'n fioi'i: lOoVIdck: ; >II.! :' T.nMj-.liijj'I! : i i POL. I I the saQlihie.h lbe most r"I1IJalk"hl: tilts pelf rmf'dv. i!,

i: FI1i"'n.'fm.III'.I"r! : : I, in i the! A'"i-i"nooii'! : 'in-l: t tlll'lI! !!jity: tvo.Tiunliips. I\1r .John llaucldt'came. under an" notic('.
con'inr.ps nbo'i wc"kthe .f I pr.irrc.i.; ru!'-'c view, to co''J;!!! the \otes ia i', IMIr a yen, c.fbin.ton. townsbip ;
The (hrve tm'! a ; ; !
MOII'gfJntt'ry
,. : : County. POI. of UICf'ntliun
: .iit-l.! the ".' : ofrh mouth '
t!:. ; n'"',."ti <* I'nc'ti;; i"! -tu-\ < :!! !
labor l is severe. TN! *; <"i il) bi'iii'j! mmpo' I I and (hi oat, and vtol. JH inf.mrnlliGn)
,lai'. V> tl"i'I,: .-'tli( :1 -tat.-sin'tit Ilt'1'.I< !: !- tll lh-j ]i':e.i- (tilr('('. 1 !! G, jlll the' CtSft&p: of tile eyes
: IIH
st'fl of flints, siloT! Sc'ji'i'! the knees u- n.'l .111..111" (' (I"IJ! ,,.* Ciiun'y, ul.oii..l!! fountii \'?!c''. I Soii:: !I of !): t 1 : Undersigned throat and : d.! 'n'YI'LI the soft paris of the

ees\aril,>/ become induraftfl ; n t fc\v yr.I ir: I' :td: 1 drc.ii! ,* \\'!,'> J- duly eK--ttd, .I't.l: nake rctuicreofto I II i IrriiH,( .'':. thf bones and tool matkii of sire moulh. that. ir bid bare ;
Jk howcverxm'ikcs their ) hard) : ] I:. the (Joxernor. I way alto the nose-l\Ju.
() pj-ifcc'lv Fr.ic'(t'i! { :; : "' n Iary Peterson, \VillRington, Del of confirmed
any, no inconvenience t'lfroafioris i u-V." M. Crupper 0111' Scrubfa! louder; Wl"Cl> sloe lialJOured' nearly three !.

Extnrt from Bis l II-ll's! Travels tlr'omjlNouh f it r': County C.'cttrt. Fractional) i I ; cars. She had exteMsiv scrofulous uJeeralictnw
-1- TIaspli I Jiunt.1 } ; do. with n 0',' the left side i of the neck dove :
AniPrica r.nd! Conn Tticii. \01. M: nges hvY.. D. C. -! to hr breast ; the ,

201 203, 204, 205. 20f! 207, 20S', &r Pen::<
.. _._ dini.
the
on shoiIIe,
--- and) violent|
tl
into. t !: I pain in her
Notice. Territory +rf Florida Township ( Sy91ilt6 General Tho..os Sn4I'r, of Rheumatic .
I Can nJection; of the hf; ld, followed
: by an tthstruction of
rr. do hereby give notice to all pciS.'n1 not to liarboi \ Western District))l "upcrior Court, I Towns-hip [ ;I the nostrils! ; sev(')'e pain in the upper j"w, e"leutl- I

conceal, sell to, or buy from 111)Virp. Escainbiii} County. 1 Fractional | rzluhitiug UI I from the high nose over the cheek buttes ; the Chp.'u'
SiX. t state of infla ,naiion.-Mr. Va1.lIline -
Machael Gayle TALL TERM J82:}. Fractional : i; I ; Black Italy | Coraet of ukewifci of the 'left DnttriJ, ob-
i .. .-. luclion of the Sam; |loss ofsmcll.diThcultvof
.u he hat left my bed and board without any I.I\\'f'.Jl Public) Notice 1 I mils o t "" .Mn! Ueavri breathing, and severe pain of tile syMern-Mi.*

came or provocationAnd I do hereby' tiive' uotiretudt Fractional ) :;, << worSted siis Musick's wife> son and IBfihlW : Mrg. !\lu6ick of

: 1: |>ersoiw not to credit tier on n\y account a< I am Is Hereby Givenjcs 1 determiner not to pay any d.>fLs o r her eon'rarting. F sc.imhi.i; bays' ; supply of afi1ictt'cI "JH\iHds r1i'liu: !en years ; 'her Jon; of scald
1 THAT thi Miit has! h pa ;Iir. head, and daughter of rorliic affection
John (;:l\ !p.r. QHI/I, -'lan' de GtI\, of thebum
{
: ,
stitntcd attachment in i.t It'HI
by .lueliarge Hom the left
I IH ear.Stepbeninre.iouo
.
... Escambiar0nnty. January 1lh. 1-.V!) 17-:'Jt. !li",,! O'.'TNITfl, Supeiior. Court, Iscainhia: I Frarfitmal: : cal, ,;;, affection of the shin ; nearly
cOl"II The' Ilffndunt, aii.l all other ;i"< :sn!!x in- eight, Cast: of : : .. Ih,;' hole of U P ibis '"KIP0< destroyed, together

Notice. tcn[ ":i-'il t ue beicby required to appear and plead to I I11t' Frt.rl:011': ) :{ << "ilh many of the smaller' bones flf the foot-Mr
I II.daati) !: ; ,,". JaAcs MMinn, or miser; cuinplpint" and asthma
!JIj\jHF. copartnerOuu: hen'tafore existing in this l'c1I.acal"; .January hth, l S.l: -..40-l'it.: rail", : t\\'I'!!:.'.-- : N eill. which he had upuaiiu of niue j'tlrs.-1\Ju. Mveig

<4*> place tinder the firm of (' !\inltj ii:i b'iy.Township;: I of ulcerated sore moue II and throat, and her daugh .
KO P U:t.V V If \'L U, -- !;:,! : fer ofscrofuln.! Besides the
and in New Orleans under that of NAVY ACJKNT'S Orrici:, \ Ft!'.!irtioii.d;.! ( | I prescribed the Syrup with great success'
HYEll 4- KOP l.V, I Pens.icola, Doc. l>t, 1821):! / Frat.iori-il i in mercurial cases nod senMidary 6yi.hili

Is this day dissolved by mutual: consent all tho bo received! at tate of John In giving this testimony of the merits of lh
1 ;1 VIJCD) Proposalsvill : iije thirty On hut the oliinibhn Syrtrp"I I have Evened
hasinany claims against: said c m-em h(',,'. am nqu" -.- language
"tedt present them) I for Settlement, and all tiKi'i". I y ibis Ot ice until the !first lay; of April Fractional :i | l will ex- er.t uely of technical term, the Letter' to be under-

indebted will please make immediate-payment: to l; nl'\i to Su1)1'.rNavy the West India! Squadron and range lo an dpl"Iiluod by those, to whom i it is intended to Convey
i of the ifs rllerts. The length of lime te! disease buehf'en
H. Hyer. I Yard withFresh South\ of :
demands dissipated, convinces me, ihnl the cores arepermanent
Henry Kopinnn, I 1 1'1 jridian vitLoiu and it may with Jropirly be,siiij. that

Henry IIy er. I Beef Townships ill healing qualifies} rank it among the first remedies -

The bugin'"q here will in future be rniuhirtcil! utidjg FiactionnI of the present tav, .
H. H AND JOHN I. MAYWEG, AM. D.
,.general assortment kept by >er.Pon !
Townships Clerk
'
31)474t."Notice) Philadelphia: March 5, 1828.
a olC1. January lath, lf etables.
Ye )
Townships 3 (lf.
g The above mentioned! Medicine can be procured
tcn. It three dollar per quart buttle of the Subtcribers
Foil ONE YCAIt.n fractional !, who will exhibit to nny person applying, the certicutes

weeks after date, I shall apply for riu- propll5:11s: to state the> price per pound and 1 townships ) I !\ of cures alluded lo by Doctor IVIayweg.Vanbaim .

SIX of Adnunlst-Mi.on, on the estate .If Ijcet'and the terms upon which tile n'C'ctaLIl's L-'nictionnl) i that letters & Wilsdn. .

will be furnished. township ten haze been en ed. : '" "
of Milley Porter, dece ? | indebted I : .-- -- ,
James Daniel, loud'! and security will he required for the fractional ) pay. PRINTED' WEEKLY, cr d .. .

Webbville,Jack3on County, Dec. 10th) Ir::>9-4.r-{',t I; :'iiful, performance of the contract.' rang at this Office. The :. : '
..- 1'or further information :1' )ply' by
.N'\\'l': Cbarles P. Tult, will I be offered FOR THE PROPRIETOR,

LL persons indebted to the Estate of John Navy Agent.H beginning with ::; ,-- 1i8r of rule Las

A make init&edlaie jn inch. !
8petd.ndeceased, are requested to 2-if. or TIlE1JNITJD
and all per6n Having claims i
: payment The lands
a g aln t aid estate are requested to present them \v ithta STATE: ,
the time prescribed by Law toAnn NO I ICE. :schools, or for AND OF TI1K

Spciden.Adminisliatfijc.. I r I'\ \II\\ Copsirturish'; 'IC'I ttofna P. existing under eluded from to!
; llif firm of HH'UUS iV tiutet i.i; l Iy niuluHl cnn Given : ;; of valuable' TERRITORY OF FLORIDA.
'l':11 lino: .t l- y (<'i isnlvril. These liavinp demandralnst s I lc inslruc-
PcntaooU, Dec.5th,l8 94'3Ft.Notice. / s.iitl Finn; nil! :please present.. llicm-it i is \\ Cedar, bu i.eltJ .s. .

r- :('eased> q-jite uiiiifn'" 9:-v to add! !, thai llios in.le"tr,1 A. D. oin the Pub FIVE DOLLARS per annum, in advance, if payment

v\iit confer n, f' riicular favor by fettling for'the use is deferred sl\ months, SIX DOLLARS
i heir 8(1l1l1ti. By !t ( howrvri '

&t IX weeks after date, I hall npl'Tr.te tho pro's:i, Sidney P.,'-Haines., ; used for will be required. inserted conspicuously' at OfCDOLLAR
of Jackson iT Advertisements
i
idine Justice of the County C-urt Gates. (
: Samuel
Coooty, for Letter of Adnjinirtration n the Estate for every fourteen lines o r leas, for>

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