Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: 3 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: January 30, 1830
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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''I \u 'VI. a v. PENSACOLA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON,. JANUARY 30th., 1830. No:49.of I

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posed upon the said town council, and) to de- :; two days thereafter, by posting up at the shall be paid before said company shall commence i;1 ,the county! Jackson in tbu Territo). And :
LO"1S Florida.BY : ermine[ the salaries of the said officers, and market, and two other places, of the time operations ; the rcnaiuirs' per cent [ the ,President and Directors shall also havopowrto

I"" U 0- the same to dismiss at pleasure, and two j;I and place of such lection. um on each share shall be called in ;oy the I!| appoint such officers as to them"*

thirds!! of the said town council I may expel a'',. Sec. 17. Be tV/ur//crenac/a/Thatifby f President and Directors, anal at such tirnos !I In, y ..cm necessary for carrying on the at ",

member of the said council for disorderly i I reason of the refusal, absence, or other unavoidable and in such proportions to them shall see:. fuu of satd company, and to fix the salaried

behaviour or mal conduct in office.: I I casuality, the Intendant elect shall best ; Provided, that they shall gi,e thirty; t I| of said:: officers ,;\

Sec. 6. Be it further cnactsd, Thnt it be prevented from performing the organizing ,,days notice in some newspaper of IV-nsacc- I| See, 9. Be it further enacted, That said

shall be the duty of the said town council to..: duties by this act required, it shall in Mich' la and Tallahassee, when, and the aM<)\\'nt t j : company shall have power to receives pur.

cause to be kept regular records! of their .: case be the duty of the Intendant in oflice be paid; ; And provided further, that they: chase, hyld, possess, and enjoy any property

proceedings! and of their ordinances, rules to cause a new election to be held by the j i shall not call in more than ten per centum real, *)er8ttnal, or mixed, for the use, bene '

ai.d) regulations, and they shall promulgate,'1 same inspectors, who !shall forthwith give at ii i i i: per annum. The ten per centum hc-reh: 4 fit arid advantage of sard- company, and to

their ordinances without unnecessary delay, I least one week's notice of tho same, and I I required shall be paid on or before the flirt. !| sJl, and dispose of the sane, and make u.

by posting the same at Urn common marketplace 1 hold another: election for Intendant con- I day of May next, under pe.ialty for: f failure I. Lreot

AUTHORITY. I -, oj on the court house, or ;in nny newspaper : formably to this re ulittion. I thereof, of forfeiting the five per ccntnnj already !- I Sec. 10. Be further enacted That said

--- in said town, so the same be exposed | Sec. 18. Be further enacted, That Gabriel : I paid ; and should any call of the ?resident -. v..nijiacy shall be, and they are hereby de i

AN ACT to public view two weeks. :i Floyd, John Shaw and H. Ilawley, bu and Directors as aforesaid, not bo-J,! dared, aultorte; and empowered to issue

To incorporate the Town of West Point Sec. 8. lie it further enacted, That it : and they are hereby appointed inspectors &io I I complied with, tb.3 person failing therein, 'I blilo; : of credit, payable to bearer on demand

Be it enacted by the Governor Legislative shall be the duty of the said town council to 'I !superintend] the election for Intend. and shall forfeit whatever he may h\e; !previously ?ipned by the President, and countersigned '

Council of the Territory of Florida, : hold their meetings in public, and at such i Councilmen for said town, on the third Monday i paid. t by the Ca hi.-r. or other officer, to three

T'i) Ill f!.M- the white male: inhabitants over times and places as to the said council mays i I in January 1830, and they or any: two Sec. 5. Be tt further enacted, That at the rtimes the Amount oT'lie capital stock of did'

the age ot twenty one years, comprehended I em fit, and the Intendant shall lH president i of them may do the duties of supcrintendant I close of the three: weeks above mentioned ) company actually. :rid; in. And said hula

within fivemik's of the centre of the present I I' of the' board, and in absence or disability I I i required by this act, and in the event of the ;, the commissioners, or acting commissioner: : I or notes, i ISM;< .d as! aforesaid, shall be paidon

settlement: of West Point at Appalachicola of the said Intendant, a majority, of occurrence of any of the casualities, contemplated ;! at each of said places' Mariannu except'.'t1!, I demand, at the company's ice in Mfr* .

Bay lying and !being in Washington! county, the council may on any occasion appoint from |I, by this act, to prevent the organization j shall notify the commissioners, or aciinsj I rinna : 1',..tided, in case of excess in rsiu*
of Florida and their
in Territory successors among their number an luiondant I who shall of the said town council, they or any two commissioner, at said place, of the number j i I I mg said bills:!! or notes, the Directors, under

be and remain for the term of ten years hate power pro. tompore trt do all the duties of them arc hereby authorized to hold a reelection i shares taken at the place where they.. 0-1 I phase: ; :administration such excess of issue ol

from the Has; :2P of this act, a body corpora' t 1 of fart( >adapt) : Provided however, that for Intendant. | he, had opened books ; and if .:t any eta iai.i: ; notes shall happen, shall be liable for the

!;', by tilt> name and style of the Town of I a majority of the town council t then present Sec. 19. Be it further enrctrd, That the. places, Marianna included, the whole uim- I swipe, in their individual, natural and private

West Point, and by their corporate name I may sit with closed doors whenever thev said.lntf'ndant-ancJ Councilmen shall have'' her of shares permitted to be subscribed for, (.::paci'ic, ; and an action of debt may,

may sue and all be sued, plead and be implead- may deem the i public interest way require it.* power to vacancies in their own body by have "not \been taken, or if it shall appear in such caws!I, be brought against them,'Of
odand do oilier natural
aces as persons, I j Sec. 9. Be further enacted, That thence causing an election to be held in the same I hat the books had not been opened, at such any of them, tlleirr or any of their heirs, ere
and and hold real t
may purchase personal, !\ of the said town council may* form( a quorum t manner as is provided for in this act, out of place or places, then and in that case: the ecutors or administrators, in any court Of

and mixed property, or dispose of the same ,! for the transaction of business. the citizens qualified to fill the same, illlii;! commissioners or acting commissioner, at Record i.. the United States, har'tug compe
for the benefit of said
Sec. 2. Be it further corporation.enacted That the j I i I Sec. 10 Be it further enacted, That it that the said Intendant and Councilmen shallin Marianna, shall, and ho is hereby authorized tent juiL-.iiction; by any creditor or credit-

Government of s--iid council, I shall be the duty of said town council to exact all cases continue their respective func- and empowered to re-open books and ors of said corporation,. and may be prose.

of Intendant and town four Conncilmen composed i i, from the treasurer, .it least four (limes in '' tions until thcii successors be elected and : kC'Pp them open for one! calendar Uonth1IlIinr cuted to judgment and execution, any eon

an each each calendar year, a statement of time inteipU > qualified I \ : >\tii ill be teciived in payment of diticr: covenjnt or agreement to the COhfrtf.
ot thorn shall have the qualification( of I i
beingan i
of house and resident within and expenditures of money dins to and Sec. 20. Be it further ell acted, That *very ,+nv subscription, but cold or silver coin. or r> rot\vihstiiKln; : ; ? But this: shall not be

the occupant limits aforesaid a. in order a to fill either of!. from tho corporation, and to certify the white male inhabitant of the age of;twenty notes! of the Bank of the United :States: or construed to exempt the said corporation; ; ,ort

same to be correct, :I'on txaminntion such one and upwards, who shall have its branches.Sec. ti'e t ; lands and tenements, goods and chattelsof
said offices and that the said Intendant shall years
have the and exercise all the dutiesof i'statement is found to admit of such certificate resided one month within the limits above (5. Be it further exacted, That the the saner fern being nlso liable for and
power 1 I and require n of other stock and of shall chargeable with! said excess and such of ..'
Justices of the Peace within; their said report described, shall he entitled to vote fur (Inrtetidant stock said Bank consist of one !hundred ;

corporation, and may collect and receive the i I property' of aid town committed to his and Councilmen for the< said corp thousand dollars, and that whenever said Directors as may.have been absent i
charge.St ration. the said commissioners shall have received' when said excess of dills or notes was issuedor
fees that allowed of the
same are to
jnstn es
county courts and justices of the for c. 11. Be it further enacted, That it I Sec. 21. And lc it further enacted, That fifteen per centum of the whole stock, thev ( created, or who may have dissented: fronx

similar services. peace shall he the duty of the said Intendaut to set I the act passed on the 28th day of December shall call a meeting of the stockholders, giving the resolution or act whereby the samtfwas
that the ordinances of thc said council art issued or created, respectively exonerate
month's notice of the time of may ,
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That the eighteen hundred and twenty seven, to on meetto -
I duly executed, and in rail a meeting of the West Point of be in him, her, or themselves, from being so
said town council shall have full and. constitute trustees for 'bay published some newspaper ptinted
authority to and power nuisances I: Councilmen when in his opinion the public Appalachicola, be md the vimc is hereby. at P"nsacoa! and Tallahassee; amid when thestockhohfers \liable, by :Laving their absence or dissent et>
prevent remove good may/equire it, and he shall lay before have convened it shall\ be the tried on the minutes of said corporation.
to license and regulate auctioneers and ;f repealed : and this act shall bo in full force "
auctions -
the council from time to time in writing, such of the commissioners Set-. 11. B,' it further enacted, That said "-
retailers of and and I I and effect from its duty at Mariinna4;; to
goods liquors, ta- pass.iiji1.Passed
he deem advisable for President and Directors shall declare semi*
propositions as !
I may less than.. three stockholders
to restrain all of November 2d 1829. ;appoint ,
Terns,to license and or prohibit theatrical sorts and gamtrg t{I the welfare of said corporation, and the said ; whose duty it shall be to conduct said! election annually! a dividend on the stock of said i

other, public nmusements regulate, to establish! and I, town council shall have power to adjourn AN ACT, I II for Dim c'etors, neither of whom shall bt company, l payable! as the bills or notes afore

i from time to time. ..., ,.., I: the of Director said), and in 110 case shall the dividend CZ9
P. c. eligible &
regulate markets, to direct the safekeeping -*: : n 'f' vl flf ,1.\ Clniip.'" COl1rt to appointment a
Be it enacted That the I '
Sec. 12. further reel tLr.fU
: >U mtofjts'
of standard of and I for the t'p111tt: Oi'iMonroe.Re ,! phir.ility; of votes shall he requited llu makea 0 I
weights measures appoint shall within five after his Sec. 12. Be it '
said Jntendant days
1 further tnacttd. That the
it enacted I.'tthe >'J tIl'ulOrul Lr'igiskitiec choice and at said fleeting the stockholders -
i ;
ed and l burial ,
by Congress, to provide regulate -
I take oath solemn affirmation I suid shall be
election, an or company permitted,' and theyart
Council of flu 'I'crritvn/ shall to elect D -
: a/1'lari- < proceed seven rector
for the of said sinkwells :
; grounds use town, to l
before any judge or justice of the peace of! / hereby authorized to ask, demand take
and erect and : in the \ f/flThat, special( term ui the county' court I! ., wIlt shall rrceive from the commissioners -
repair pumps I will I and
[ hat Ire the
to utmoM
this Territory, I rcci\c' one per centum, on forty
streets and the public to erect and for he county of Monroe shall be held on I I the books and money, and who shall every
squares advance and defend
of his support) days, upon all monies loaned, or all
power upon

repair market houses and public scales with- the; first Monday of January: next, at which manage the affairs of said company, under paper
the interest and good order ul'the discounted for arid the
peace during fire
which have such rules and reiMilations as-hll be
in the aforesaid limits to erect and keepvrhaives,1o time all business might : : adopt
town of West Point, and faithfully and diligently years; ot the company's. operation. The injIciest .
and done at the regular terms of said cour' shall ed. Any steckholder may appoint another
regulate pilots :
appoint t discharge the duties of (ntrndant of md discount aver that period to bo
to regulate! the andwrape and I be done by the same, H ncl also all eiders his or her proxy, nn.ler his or her hand and
the said town during his continuance in office i regulated by the Legislature.Stc. : .
mooring of vessels, to regulate the ; made by the judges of said court, in vacation, seal, who shall have and exercise all the
quarantine and that he will support the constitution: 13. Be it further enacted, That said '
examined and be )) ol rights and which said stockholder
shall be finally disposed
of vessel; I turd for the preservation of the United States," and he shall within powers charter shall continue, unless forfeited as
she. health of said piare, to establish and\ regulate the aforesaid time of five das after the by the said court. could have had and enjoyed. In all cases, I aforesaid and during 'he full end and
patrols, to regulate the storing ufguopowder Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the stockholders shall each, by himself; his, I
election convene the council elect, and administer term of twenty yeai, from the first of January
tax and license hawkers and ped- to each of them an oath or affirmation the county courts of lhe county of Monroe, her, or their proxy, be entitled to vote in the next.
inn, to restrain and prohibit tipling houses similar to that taken by "himself. shall be held at Key West, on the first Mondays following proportions, to wit ; For one share Sec. 14. Be itfurther enacted, That !
i of and December in each and. and not more than two shares vote for the
and lotteries, to provide" t for the establishment enacted April one
Be it That the said
Sec 13 further Mock shall pay the same rats of .
I .
of schools and each ; for two shares above two and
public supcrintfiidancc shall receive all monies due every year. every
the Treasurer tax as is nun, or may hereafter be imposed
of the same to restrain and punish vagabonds Passed, November 13tb, 1829 not exceeding ten, one vote for every two ;
and owing to the said corporation, and he on the stock or profits of other Banks in this :
and disor- -- above ten and! not exceeding thirty
find disorderly persons, tne shall keep an accurate account of the same one Territory.'t
) conduct of and of AN ACT vote for six shares: above thirty and
derly every
negroes and all money paid out for and on account Sec. 15. Be further enacted, That this
color, and generally to provide] for the police the To incorporate the lUnk of West Florida. not exceeding sixty shares, one vote 'fur every -
of said corporation tJiall be paid by treasurer act shall rake'effect from and after the *
and government of said town. on oidt-r of the council, attested by the Be it enacted by the Governor and legislative eight shares ; above sixty and not exceeding sage thereof. >xr

Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That the clerk and countersigned by the Intendant. Council of die Territory ofFlori- one hundred shares, one vote for Parsed 14th November, 1829.! -

said Town Council snail have power to levya Sec. 14 Be it further enacted, That the da, That Robert Bevcridge, Peter (rautrer, every ten shares ; above one hundred' shares, Rejected, November 16th, 1829. '

tax for the purposes recited in the preceding (first election for Intcudant and Councilmen: I sen., and Joseph Russ, or any one of them one vtHc for cveiy twenty shares : and upon Reconsidered Nov. 17th. 1829.. and .asst t,

section of this act in such manner and under this act, shall take place on the third I be, and they arc hereby constituted Commissioners this principle shall nil matters and thingsbe ed by the requisite majority.- --- -'"

under such circumstances as the said council I Monday in January 1830, amid each succeed I to open books and receive subscriptions decided, hich may come before the tTRAVELLING 4
least bnrthensome to the citisens Marianna. stockholders for their vote or derision
shall conceive ing election shall be held on the third Monday I for said Company, at ; TITLES. r
and to provide for' the collection: thereof in January, each and every year there- : That Rufus Sexvall, John P. Lockhart and Provided, that no share or shares shall confer The Washington Chronicle speaking of

: Provided, that UQ tax shall he imposed) after, and: the said election shall be held under Isaac Fort, or any one them, arc constituted f a right to vote, which shall not have I titles, says that some time since, twenty five s
real at higher rate than a commissioners for said at Webbvillc. been holden at I least: three months previous
on property any
the direction and superintendence of purposes gentlemen, strangers to each other, assembled
quarter of one per cent on the assessed value three inspectors, who shall be judicious and That John De La Rua, F. II. Nis- to the time of offering( such votes, except in together at dinner, on board of a steam

of the same, nnd shall have power to discreet persons, and the vote shall be given bet and John Jorrison, jun., or any one of case of the first election of Directors.Sec. on the Obi ,. They were principal! from t p r
make and all such ordinances! and to them constituted commissioners! for the 7. Be itfvrthcr enacted, That when .
pass by ballot, bat no judge of the election shall are r i .the States of Kontucky, Tennessee ad d.
impose such fines and pen-ilties for infringement be qualified to run for the office of Intend i I aforesaid purposes at Pcnsacola: ; and that said fifteen per centum shall have been paid :: Ohio. At dinner .the captain of the boai
thereof non-compliance therewith as C. T. Hezckiah Hawley and Ii-: and the Directors elected, the stockholders i I t
ant ur town councilmen, or shall be eligibleto Phelps= said, addressing one of the Company whoolhe
shall to the said Town Council seem neces- I said oflice, or either of them, at the time I I. vid L. White, or any one of them, are constituted shall he, and they are hereby declared! to be knew-"General}, shall I help yot. to a t
sar to give effect and operation to the1pt'wers : : commissioners for the a- a body corporate and politic, under the; j:I "
he i is to judge of the election.Sec. purposes piece of roast beef, upon which, twenty "
and regulations and) to the duties : foresaid West Point at Appalachicola name and style; of "The Bank of West Flo-i t
15. Be it further enacted That it at three out of the whole number, replied. la
herein and hereby given arid imposed to ida," and by that name and style they shall '
his civility affirmatively or negatively 0
and, upon the said corporation or town shall be the duty of the said inspectors, or Bay.Sec.. 2. Be it further enacted, That the be enabled to sue and he sued, plead and be : .
two of them to receive votes, and a,
council, any law of this Territory to the any taken Bonunissioners for Marianna; shall open Impleaded, answer and be answered into, A (iOOD ANSWER. t
of be
contrary notwithstanding ; Provided ft r to cause the name every voter to I books therein the) first Monday of January in any court of law or of equity, and to do
down and entered in a book to be kept for on Ari anecdote was related to us to day, by
her, That no capitation tax be levied upon a that and to cause the poll to beheld +I I I I next ; Webbvillc, on the second Monday ] and perform, in this Territory, or elsewhere an eye witness of the ready wit of the unsophisticated
not entitled to vote for I Intendant : purpose, the third within a competent jurisdiction. all other s
persons such within the said ; at Pensacola, on ; J .. sons of St. Patrick. A case ;
And pnvidtd, That the said ordinance and at place corpora- acts and things which natural or bodies # .
tion of them deem j and at West Point, at Appalachicola Bay, persons was trying ytsterdayfbefore one of tho
rules shall be signed by the I Intertdaut and as they and or to any be opened two and be may kept on the fourth Monday of the same month : politic and corporate, may Oi f right do Judges of oncrty, court;in which a dray- I
attested by the clerk, and that no ordinance proper, open : shall continue and and they shy'l a -
from ten o'clock in the morning until four i I and in each place the books perform ; enjoy perpetual man, a legitimate: son of Erin was called to ?
shall:: be aced gramme any. salary. I pay. orallowance 'i I succession of members and officers
three weeks.Sec. ; He his voirdire. A
in the afternoon, when the ballots shall be open testify. was sworn on
to the said councilmen or cither II told, and the name of the person having the I'I 3. Be further enacted, That duringthe I may have and use a common seal ; may limb of thu law, who prides himself Onlite ,

of them. number of votes for Inteidant shall first week, after the opening of said make, ordain and establish such bye-laws, skill in perplexing witnesses, commenced the a
Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That the I greatest shall be allowed to mlvs and regulations as they deem expedient -
individual may
: '
be declared, and the names of the (persons books, no I examination ',ith "Pray, sir, are you not
town council shall have power to compel the ;'. having the greatest number of votes for counciltntn :I: subscribe for more than fifty shares ; at and to carry into effect the objects of the directly or indirectly[ interested m the termination 3?

attendance of its members, and to judge of,; 1 of said week of the shares remaining ; Provided, such by-laws, rules bit sir." }
shall bo declared, and the names of i after the end company of his suit t" "Not! a
the election returns und qualifications of the j i, I. number whatever ami regulations, shall in no case be
uusubscribcd for of
the said intendanl and councilmen elect shall any repugnant "Will you not gain any thing in case its t r
Intendant and its own members, and) the ; But in neither of said to, or inconsistent with the laws of the .
taken. 'favor
I. be recorded, and notice of their election given may be termination iri of the plaiimtT'Gain / --
and nay on any question hull at the j. hundred and United States orof this Territory.Sec. /
yeas : t to each of (hern. places shall more tban two fifty i any thing By my soul, III rather

request of any two members be placed on I I! Sec. 16. Be it jurt&er enacted, That it ,shares be disposed of during the three weeks 8. Be it further cnacifff, That when : lose than grin anything !" "Ah,.ah-says v
\hc: records. I.. mentioned.Sec. said Directors shall have been arise with lookJ '
elected the
said council above on*, ( A very significant ,
enacted That the shall be the duty of the town at ;
Sec 4. Be it further have to elect I: least one week previously to the time appointed 4. Be further enacted, That each aforesaid, they shall proceed to elect one of I so, you will "rather lose than gain by it?-
said town council shall power shall be their own body President! and said President Prny how lose i:1"i: By standing
such other oflkeis as :: for the election, to appoint the inspectors share in the stock of said company, ; : may you ny
a treasurer, clerk, and ,I of election by (his act required ando one hundred dollars, five per centum upon and Directors shall proceed tri deter: here anwtringUlfiot t teHlc my horse
to the said town council may seem necessaryto ( and fix the location of of and elands the street" lI'b
when subscribedor the office said idbt
and t I I1P I notify them of such appointment a and. the which shall be paid down mine dra.j ..
givo .fhcl to the powers regulations, shall public notice within and ten,per centum upon ach share company, itt the towc of Mariannn, nnd in Sett WM c8JIt. iou!, end extended\ tirbf?
im inspector give ,
u to the duties 5 y this! act given to or .I .. --

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honor 39.thai the jhrone! o.fjusticei19c.).; for i the resrrJenfJai 'of the |L The (f report'fffon the
sail about.15th December for this port. The hrig I Report :- j (/ report Secretary j WjWgrfcg ;
a time.-* -? = '... _L_ L evan'k' Philadelphia, i I That they hav taken tIle -.ime intotconsidcratiuii I \iolated. to our Army and War/
the Tariff is The coiiinriddp arc I I.t
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convinced that Ibo first efforts should be Afain
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at tJii' ent time to fm-kc;
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hit ugaiii Mexico i.4 preparing in Spain, made to ;ascertain the full extent outs violation of James
expeilittm tI
in tin laws intomU-d i
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any ), :
f 1'r. .\COLA. ATPRIAV, ..Lh:; 1(1):: .nnl I \vli.itr:ndors the! circuint.inre the; more ulannii i aid and of dcM.c--.tic. industry and tire! means by which it i is accomplished. rrpurt
.. ._ fir the ) protection THAT the mcinoii.ilist
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-r duties while ,
__ c : -- i is that it will has'UK aid of some of the otherpnwer 'I increase protecting ,
If ,'trtf.'l"! } *,on of iV'inly n Europe. The London papers state that : the officers of Government arc not provided ,substantiated by satisfactory; testimony of tho---
!III ..inl t:. the .Ii'.L"'< I I Thc taria'of 18'28yas passed after an I j with the them would following facts; : That, on the 21st of
Officers is at hand, it uuy "- :: ll)0! stand uf arm* hut been ordered in Holland on I Ii r arduous of its difiercnt means enforcing be July, I
of Election to be furni-Jicd with tin- &..: ,)'ia: r"'ap.[ I i .:((ImutofthI. wi.-Ii (;ioruiiK for this expedition. ptovi- useless. Hut; Congress ( refuse to the( i 1813, lit was a 1st Lieutenant in the Regis; ,
sions. endicavored eninlov! its '
Congress to
itulation of tho qualification' mve#..iry to gictlieriphlvf I II .--V/r. .l roling at sail Election.. ,. I I protecting power in favor of those intoUM*, i which have been solemnlypromisel.. The ,jGieenbuih, in the State ofNcw York : that,
in all of tHe Fnion which!
By the act of the Legislative Yum' il\ Pa" e.T lth L is stuti-il iu the iie\\:;pLp"r that an ofilrcr in tho parts rrcniire its faith and honor of the Government cannot I by an order of C'oloncl S. Lamed, commanding -

November 1829-it i is provided "1 hat: all (>rli, "f, U. S. Arm o at the Sautt <]Ici. M.uic, has translate. aid. They were 'numerous and each bad: ; permit a lasting disappointment. It would the Cantonmrnt at Grccnbush, a tribunal -
its claims to the attention of'the .
the County Cour, Sheriff, Coroners :md Comity ; .! I ibt1 gn-iiler i-ortion of the Bihle! into the language (vernment.I be. humiliating to national reputation, to I| denominated a General Court Martial,
Harveyor, in the several Counties of thi* Territory. .! of tho! Indians: j.fhippJ'WHjs.' ) The iir.n.-itions of I Every great section of tho country was devoted : allow foreign adventurers to amass fortunes i I was assembled there, for the trial of such

shall be el ertcd by the qualified riti/en; entitled to (;iou '>i> :in%>;ui
: vote (or Members oftba L'g' lJtiic CoHncil" &r. tlito linlnns' IroiM thnir :rikiup arrordanoe; : in many others wore not engaged.l To do justice to ; citizens in consequence were sinking down before this tribunal, the m.-morialist was arraigned -
all, and injury to none, was a delicate and
By the act"'oncemin the eecLitriofsvnbPr! to paitit, ulars. \\iUI thf-ir own most cherished! tradition ill bankruptcy and ruin. On this subject upon certain charges preferred a-
2Mli >.)*IHKT difficult ulderakinfter: full deliberation, againat him by Colonel Lamed nnd it
Coum-il" passed there be difference
of .
Ihe Legmlatrre : can no P'111' ''
all bite male! riti70i< of CONGRESSV.siiixcToTT ? Congress finally rstablisbed the amount of was condemned) and sentenced to be cashiered
1828. it i, nacted "That \\ By many it is bulieted that (the Secretary'
protection which .should be afforded to the I I
above the twcnty-me' year*, ) Jan. 5, 1830. of ther : that this sentence was approved by tho
the United States nge \ ucsilay, I Treasury gave an erroneous construction -
various interests concerned. The
who shall have resided within the limits of the Hi" j! In Seiitiyesterday, the Bill granting' Tariff.of I to the act of 1828, so far as it relates to officer ordering the Court, and was directedto
1828 was. therefore. adopted. as the b., .< tmeasure .
about to \-vt. for the ppr.ce'; ofthrecfloUth.4 j! lands 1----- 0 i the duties woolen be carried into CICCUtiQI).
where are tosetllers lieretiisL'I
trict they pre-l>lUl't) 'n r rights on public ; imposed on goods.
under all circumstances
previous to the day Election, shall bn j after a sliorl iliscussion, in which Messrs.ttAnro.v that could 10 allow the 20 per centum on the On the.n'J'' IHh Jnnuarv. Ifild._ '1 .. n.. .ftnr.. _.L ."u..

entitled to vote for a Member of tho Legislative HOLUKS: DENTOK, BELL and No- be devised to accomplish the desired object. cost of those imported from counrries: beyond I i addressed by the Adjutant General!, under
It is now the law of the land. The faith:
Council" &c. I ni.c took part I, was postponed and made the Cape Horn or the Cape of Good] Hope the direction of the Secretary: of War, to
and honor ofthe
And by an act "To amend the several Act, *IJ.'special other of the day for Tuesday week. : its execution.government are pledged for or 10 per centum on those from any other Colonel Lamed, informing him that the proceeding
provide for holding ElecCm in this Territory' The Bill further to revive and continue inI I place or country. The committee have no i of the Court, above-mentioned
The committee believe that
I i several im-
the'folloitingadditioiril PfO\i iori:: arc made ''Tl} "l! foice the several acts making provision for doubt but it was the intention! of- Conrress.-- ---. were illcsrsil; as he hind' no authority, at anytime
interests in whose favor it f
no officer or sailor, in the service of the United State!, the extinguishment oJ debts due from the portant was intended that (lie mannlaclurer; of such; goods shtuildreceive to institute a Gem-ral Court Martial

serving on board 't'8scI8urarnr! IJe\enie: Cutter purchasers .'f public! lands, was engrossed to operate, have derived but little the benefit cf such additions The and authorizing him to ordera General Court

or officer? and soldiers or the Uiitcd: ::.-ttl'rrn'' : I j and! read a thud time. The Bill for ihe relief benefit. Others, both numerous and valuable corrcction of the error can be made! without Marthil: for the irhl: LiouU-nant( James D.

ehall! be entitled to vote at any election in thi> 'f'rij; j of sundry] citizens who (lost property by have deen decidedly promoted. At the any change in the provisions of the tariff. Cubii, :njd to 1 .ui"mit the proceedings ef it

tory ; any law to the contrary not\\ ithrtandin-r." !; thc urprcdatioii of certniri Indian tribes was time of its passage, great fears were entertained The .Hedged evasions of our I VenUl' and to ti-! SiM-ictiiry; : of War, for his decision.On .

"That no peroon shall,! qualified' to \4)4 ::t pa.:;' ordered to tiC engi rosseil and read a third time.Sivcial as to the efficiency of some of its pio- : piot 1 ''ctin ; liw require an immedi.ito and I ih:. J.;\! uf 1 1"-bruaiy, 1S14, an order was

election unless he i is a citizen Ii' the Territory u: 1 J : petitions and memorials were presented visions. From some cause they have not been : thorough invesigatiun.'! { If they ale found lo : iisut'd I.' till tin- Adjutant: General's Offict-,

Florida: and the Judges of Kl"(-tion KinI! !>e, and ; among which was one from ,a pubic realized. Whether this is owing to any original exist, the most effectual means should be to LutjtiMi.Mit (!;ublJ! commanding him with-
,, defect in the
thoy arc hereby authorised- and required to administer: meetilij in the- lit-ty ol INew YorK, ngainst me I. measure itself.. or to any' I employed} to prevent them in future. When out delay, to repair; Albany, in New York,,
'i ofJUNM.'sippi. imperfect execution, the Committee are now this is done it is ali be satisfied and to himself Colonel S. Lamed
lo -pereons.prescntiug themselves :it the Poll to ft'mll\'al of t the Indians beyond llie waters I probable may report
i unable to decide. Until this is clearly ascertained II ull1ics.shol'l and informing him that Colonel Lamed had
another from IMainc higher .
rote, wbv*e tight to vote 10.-.)' be donhtnl liy id:: I tllc and protecting not
a revision could not be safely be Until done I II orders to institute Court Martial for hit
Judges, ortlinptrUd by any voter, tin; 'following o ith. j; ;) ainst the traiMu ssion of the United State1 I required. this is it is impossible a ,
undertaken.It .
I to determine how efficient those duties trial. By a letter of the 9th March, 1814
that c-.ti/"ii: ol'tlic: Mr.il! Sunda '.
"Y ug dotcnin1y'ear, you are a i[ on? )
United States and of the Territory, that: ):1.. haveresided f J In thy House Representatives' petitions, is also believed, that any effort to may be made to operate. The Committeehave the Adjutant General, by the direction of
: j I change existing provisions, at the present the consideration the Secretary of War, communicated to
in said Territory at levt throe month-- next iWt! memorials! were presented as usual. Numerous proceeded to
time, would be wholly unsuccessful. The of this Colonel Lamed that the President had decided .
preceding this day, and that you ;ii.n c.p;:itl all li ff:luud !)ihs! were reported, in particular, subject. ,
same causes which led to their adoption that Green bush should be considereda
juit taxes reiaircd ofvou-o helpou (;JoJ fom I the Committee on Military Affairs, on would sustain them To From the Correspondent of the AVtf York Courier
ihe now. urge any supposed command, so far as related to
1..1 the .imper'.int: .subjects! of an increase of I and F.r.quircr.WASHINGTON separate
Ili-nrv. Baldwin; ; E-ouire. of r'n:1 \h'wia! ) Cons: : of Kiiirinrcrs: llie organization of the I. improvements might endanger the CITY, Dcc. 26, Courts Martial previously held there : that ,
tenppOiflWdbythCPrCMi&l* -'J J *' : of th* T;. Stavbv : --. I Tojioijraphicli; t! Kiijjmeer? ; tho General safety of some superior interest, which ought time has been so taken up 1829"1.lh I the Presidents decision was to be deemed a

and with the advico nnd: ron-etit, of tinh>n it" .. of ihWAuuy! ; tit' 31jliurry Peace cst StatTl! not to bo disturbed. However great may I commencement of tho session with the char-i I[ confirmation of the several sentences of Gen

to be an assomto Justice of th* r: j'rpine Court: ii!'. 'isr-ii: i : ; an tlpmtJI iation for the protection & have been individual disappointment) as a I actei rstic ceremonies, of this place, that I have eral Courts Martial, held under orders from

the United :tat f. in tltf !pbcc of li jl- htr Ju'rAVafhington. \ ,' ':Ici'-nci! of the 'Y{ stl'rnrontier of the U- whole, the Tariff of 1828, is approved by a (! scarcely! had leisure to think of distant ac- I Colonel Lamed, and would therefore render

j ijlor: ; nnd l *i bill for he crci lion of u .National great majority of the nation. Until its effects Jqnaintance I and to i pay my respects to those :i i unnecessary any further proceedings relating

-- I'! Armory on (the Western Waters' ; the arc more fully developed by a longer I I" hu, hike ) on, are interested j in the couise ; to Lieutenant Cobb, On the 28th
_ We are pleased to s-fe that tlte subject of dce> c i- wliule! of w hich \'ere passed tlrr-ough the ordinary trial, it ought not to be exposed to the hazard: of cvell t ;. I I I May, 1814, the Adjutant General wrote to

ing our bar se n! to admit vps.el.= >uftlr lart'fi-t ?i/e i.-- sfiges, and reierred to lilt appropri. of any innovation. I Tile friends of the Xavy. here, are pleased ,o Lieutcnat Cobb, that the President, having
likt-lv; to be brmJght bc/bre/ Conrn'':. Our Ddeiratelhe -I from thr Great apprehension has been entertained approved the sentence of the General Court
aie rommiJtf'S.; 1\1r. J ucn.\Nh.:, with the lemarks of the Ctturicr fy Enquirer -
lion. J. M. White, ha* jd-c.idy introduced( a Comminrc! on the Judiciary, reji'rred a bill that the protecting policy would, eventually, I on that pal t of the Navy Hoard's Report, :, Martini, which di>missed him from the service -

resotulion calling for the Report of the Engineer il altering, the lime! ofholdmg thin lermsf of the be "abandoned. This has operated to discourage I I I which recommends the )breaking' up ef old] established I i he no lon!icr belonged to tha Army of

(-oimnandinpon the Gulf ofMr'if'o.! n-lntii-ftiieroto. Circ-rif! Conrts of 1 lire United t Stale*, .<)r the those already engaged from the !! Yards, especially those at ISewYork : the United States.

There i is no ruan who know the illll.nrl1f'C;, of, I p rpacolaharbor -: Disliict! of Mr.Tylaud, from the eight of.May,.1.1I' fullest exertion as well as to prevent others ,I and PhiadcJphia.rhatn) : the name .I From the f regoing statement it results,
to the South Wotem cnu; trv. brtt rlhan from embarking in those employments which I i that the only question existing in the memo-
thc i
and) the eigl.t t t>!f December, to eight of common sense do these gentlemen mean ?
: Col. 'Vhite,and no one more cip-jI*of n Jut- i I' Apti'', and the fist day of November..Mr. arc (leptIdentthe unwavering continuance e\eral years ago, this queer notion was laid I Ii rialists case, is, whether tin approval by the

ing the rise and olandormis report of Com; 1'odTerspulilislicd i I Uucii \v.\\..iVoni tliH-sauie} Coninirlte.'J, of that policy. To give it the greatest before Congress, who then: ( as they will President of a sentence of a Court illegally

in our last. We .\'greatly upon hi> < \- I to whom was referred the ubjeft of printing"crrt'isn Cm't t, no doubts should be entertained! of its I i doubtless now do ) let t it quietly slumber inl constituted, and destitute jurisdiction, can
trtions, nndtia\enodoubtonthiis orrai.mvc *tJ1I1' I :talJlhtn effort on the part of its friends i ito render that sentence valid. The Committee
doormnt.s j ii ihe case of Pn or Lea, I I 101;! receptacle (I tIll! things! hOSt upon earth ; i
find him advocating the interests of t'.ii: 'atit.a tlf I, make: alteration, however trilling inI are unanimously opinion that it could not ;
i ma; l onrT Tritnry in the Iqami able and eflicieiil inuniwrfce The Con.eiMiiue: on the Jndicictrv, :n t.bc-1 I itself, would probably had to a "I'I'allli; -- :. a.rir;,. : LIII; :" if fnrwinl Tlw moi-mst tyro 111iditic.l consequently, that thin nu-niorialisUrontinuecl:
; ..l.I. .....1. .1 '._ ...l.l l I" il l <.ll"lwillr all the of Lieu
be entitled 1st
}his always done.TLei d.CUCO to :a rrs-.s!hli"nofl.11..i.e ;.ftl1.- vl.J.fuhiuw "I' -' '' : economy knows that, of all others, to to rights a
reoolMtii'U itrtllfili'l.Mr. I ; r.o: iv.d dHI1iCr'l't( i v.milil; bel--1, 1 lh -i .\[ of until the time ulteu
folio"Joq* *"< I (IN'poit t, that! on S.iliiiilay t, Tuois. ; bin' m M uitable location for a Navy Yard, tenant Light Artillery,
White, of F-iuriJa, movt-<] the fuliov. :* \s l AtN-i.t I > and l'in"trti LF\: appeirudIn ; w\- !ei riew agitation; ; o1 IL! \vliclr .; 1il.I'v.! .. ;. ;in ihi- \ :CiiiiI'! of a large metropolis like it was incorporated with the Artillery. A

j in! ; I I Illcsoll'Cd. fon: tlieul!% ; and! teat: Mr. A HSOI.D selectfd Former fr:ir< might be iu.-i "';,"ej I, ;au-i i I ir.-.v! \, v v \:owhere] labour and materials are bill is therefore reported for his relict
the St'crowv of War U- ; 1 i alarm; ctvatf; :M for t'e: sal :iy of !!:;' i: .-lcltl.I I it constituted of the inquiry i .
: wlricUhad
; That U"dl! p ti of :he piinted d<:riimer.\M! cif; 'ip .Jiitd abundant., As to the old story. of Although : no part
tBrvctctl to communicatr to t'.ii.s; I Hmibo :h,' i b-i.-n pie-.'.i1 m-d t io tilt < !oniiiiili t'I: of I1.-1 I The C.vinmittoe: would? oiler I: is.MOihn-::! ,rta-;, !I.1I I the bar ;.t :Sandy Itook, experience has of the Committee, to ascertain the nature -.

report of the Engineer! char.g with( th! <- snpoiintcndance i lerlions :- an I IndiHi I it1. inij:lu be j.-iuitd; ior I I son against? : ililY pioent' alteration (i: t tic! I I II lii: ''"ii upon it, at least, a shade of doubt; of the charges preferred against the memorialist -

of puhlic W)- k'" m t1i (; till i I the n"e ofiiie 1 I 11 I .)a>e, in t slit; {;.'H' ef I lliu conirsnd Turin The United St';;?(!:, have; l.ai.Hd! !) : fur the C'ununodorcs} are. well nware, that ;:s they could not affect the question

of Mexico, on the practicahilry ,1\\c1 l probable i. t I iltciiun! lfIr.t LCA. Mr Lr.v dc- id I the best market in the world for tin! 'mm-: I thf: slJilS; of tiir line now at Brooklyn entered submitted to the consideration of Con

F cost of deepening Ihe bar ()f IVn '.col.i, dined lo I rnaKe i:selection.. ufacturt's of Bother Nations. TliM.viio: \ the( harbour: without t encountering any difficulty : gress, yet the, Committee, having become

.co as to admit iho passage of pul/.ic al melt Tinduly! 'jfilic Committee is plaiiriy\ jvc p }liavc enjoyed; ) it tor years \viIi; but little\- { fiotii it. acquainted with these charges, feel no hesi-.

V srls of the largest cl.iss. .: scribed by the I it-solution under whVdi LuCY I I1" I tcrruption, will abandon it with reluctance. I know not :tOW \rtie it may be, but the tation in saying, that they did not materially

This rosolir.ion, from its nature, accoru- ;\' ':J. Such paj'.r: : or! the piinted iWwniwusuul I: As long as there remains the remotest! hopt- !gossips }hf-re !relate air amusing anecdote on implicate character, and that the evidence

ing, to rul", lies on the tuhle! one iay! of'' *iuh alore, as might bi >''l'rli.d by ihc 1 I that our protecting policy may ln overllirovn this stthji-rt. The venerable! President of adduced to support them, was dubious. IL

c.urse.We pi'iiiimier, or sitting:: memher, awl "adjsid: t d I :I all the various productions( of othur countries I the, Brli'd.: with hio coifidciti: Secretary, also appeared to the Committee, that the

lval'! Committee on I'IH' J uiIiriry: txj he Jo i iI"Y which come in competition! with our oui: are said to have }been political friends of the rBemori.ilist was an intelligent! and skilful

fnd the followingcard iu t1h! : tP.. T.1'p ; wi>e apjil| !ictblc: ) i to i I.) -ife: licfoixihr i I will be urged upon us, let tin; los.-t'. and sacrifices late cnalitinn administration ; and therefore! officer.

/jraph. The correspondents of rhi r vitP(1 State: i IJiiuse," were (1:1 celcII by io!: terms of llieitsolnlion 0: be over so great. It yeem lo the I II like many others in peri dcticto, were "thun- .

Cazette and several' of the ppo>itioii ;:per: must I to bu priiit: : a. The single qties- .I Committee, us I most pm(I. I every I I der--t-uck"\vlien! the people thrust aside their From b'utionul Ennner.

row come forward and substantiate their cl::' "Ff' orI Jon then,, for the decision of the, Committee :i I step whirh may oxrite"the feast .cxpl'
hj their silence admit that th,v havogro "Iy slatc1'- wa, were any parts of tJiese}: dornmi'uts ?(- : that this Government will ever rervde iVoi.i: I I "military chieftain." This was a turn of The arguments were concluded! in this-

fian indi'idual'hole reputation Las hitlwrtaMooi! 1 i lcd by :Mr.:AIINOLIS applicable! to.the case ; thc stand i it has taken. I I fortune they did not expect. It might endanger case on Monday last, and on Tuesday evening

fair and unimpeachable, wLldl'} )bUH: no .'..ujtrill .IlJdl.rt'! TMU I Honsel I -To t ibis ijurt'.ion! I the Any attempt, at tl.is time, to revisetin; !.I pi.ice "I iid preferment ; so, by way of laying opinions of the C ourt were given.

tnrn out to be the fact. c. ounrni iee 'inswur: that; after having) examined 0 Tariff; may he iiiiMindtfstood.abroad. It an anchor to windward, it seemst'> have The second article, relume to the chargeof

A CARD. I all hisftfh'C'.ions! they are very I dt'111y I might be supposed as an' evidejnco that *.;.:r I I been thought prudent to chime} in with the II sleeping .on ,the .bench during:: !trial of
of opinion) ihni none ol URIII art; in any wi>oajiplitable policy was yet unsettled. However not been sustained evidence -
causes by
The of 1'tter writer from I popular cl-irrc-It: anti "go the whole hog" of having
production some lu the question brforu the I lloiise I ; neous ibis opinion might; be, rhcr (. was withdrawn by the on
is the rounds of the CJTO\\ retrenchment and reform. If I am roirect- managers
Washington going implicating the umletsigned opposition but are wholy itrelevniit I, Hnd could not pos- would lie as injurious. to our national 01 !-,>' informed, howcrcr, this "searching opermiri" ,the part of the house of ivpiesrntatives. ,

in rrgard presses toa, t defalcation of PursutTimberlake stilty! Lied any liubt upon iis decision. :o try, as if it was well f founded. Nothing ; is more! needed at the Board than anywhere On thc t first article, rchtive to the failureto ,

uppose deceased. A liberal public I The Committee, thcitfoK', tIluot; direct I shoHld( therefore be attempted that can, at el I4l e ; and I trust with you, that, as hold the Court in Overton county in Marcb' ]

,-2tnol expect that the anonymous imputations ; any ;p.ills; ofllie.se docuiiUMits 10 be printed.Mr. I.I home or abroad; be. considered as ghillttll' this excrescence of the Department will, beyond 1824, the response) ws unanimously pronounced -

of the retailers ribaldry imd scitulal, Buchanan said, lhat; by the terms of ihopuhr i least countenance( to the opinion or beliefthat doubt, either he lopped off, or rcnro- } not guilty.On .

in the thapc of letters from \V JS11ill' ton, :on tinder! which hit.> Otiiinniitc'o had a hostile change will ever be '. ctc dIed into bureaus upon a more equitable and the 3d article, specification 1, charging

should receive a more pnittcuV.tr: rottcc: from ,irtl'(), I ihi'V were restricted intlii-ir iuqnin to It should also be kept in mind, that the do-. economical plan, we hall hereafter sec no the defendant with corrupt partiality ill

those who are intrn Ied to be jiflVrtfd by the single proposition- embraced in their re- termination to protect the industry of this sweeping, attacks upon the old Yards.From deciding a question respecting the operation .
-- instance country, as far; and as t.st.lS circumstances ----t'J ;: of the statute of limitations in a case
I obtain
hem, than is done in lire present ; port. the best information can a I
-,.. Tl. after ob-crvatic.ns would allow, has existed! ever since the formation the of Sampson Williams! \\as a party, iu April :
whirh is to sny, that whenever a ri'sponsilihnnw (! ropoit, s'.mio trom very strong disposition exists on part
: is vouched, in support of tho charges'refirred :Mi. Biu-liaiiaii, was oidered to !h'! I.t'ul upon of our Government. It is also true, the President and his excellent Secretaries, the \otes weic-

to, measures wHl' he forthwith -.ake.ii tbe I lal-lf Tlie jtieMioii, of thin proposed dis- : that the Government never did withdraw its to( place) in requisition the talents u1 services Guilty Messrs Green :Webster

10 unveil the conspirwcies by which they \\1lVI' i ihe I t'ibiitiun uf the Public Lands] was then taken l support! ) from any interest to which it has of Com. Porter. As no measure could be more Act Guilty-Messrs Cannon, Alien,

,:ti, produced and to provu that the nmlior 0 up. ai.il) Mr.1 Bl) lir ot South Carolina, resume I II been extended. unless, like our foreign navigation I grateful: to the nation, or bind it closer to the ford, Clrvfcland: Frey, Gillespy,

is a base calumniator. nl l his, iib&i-i,: vations in opposition to it, uuiil : it had acquired such high perfection, hero, I am sure the, first occasion will be ea- I Huntsman,Johnson, Littlelk-ld, Love,Ly

JOHN H. EATON. the expiration of the boor assigned. After that public assistance was; no longer requiredto gel lv seid on to carry it into effect. Not M'Clellan, Smith and Tiplon5..

January 4, 1SCO. I the pi CM ntaiion of various commtiuicaiicns, sustain it.b'n this is well understood,' a solitary voice, i it is bl'1iC"ou1tl be heard On the 2d specification, charging the I

.liv tlie.... -r--Sneaker- -- ,* tho. bill- to--- -ircnbitH-OIovau.ro ----- lim..-- :.il.v .-. I foreran nations will be convinced that their I in the negative.! All parties sneak. of him t fondant with I corrupt partiality! aud pr !
The Hoard of Officers (or the examination ofVulnhipmcn of forage, to Officers of t'm Army, fforts against us will be holly unavailing, with sympathy*- and re4iect ; and the public towards attorneys, as c\inccd by his C I

was to have a* enbled in \\*lshin :; (>u, uas *ken lip and discussed in Committee oitlu anti our own citizens will continue their exrtions seem to be waiting with impatience for the a nonsuit in one camo, Mid continuing ;

r>n the I Hit in t. The Board cnjmists of Coiumo- \Vhol!<>, iV 1r. Duight in the Chair ; and, with increased animation. official annunciation of his name. Indeed timer on the same day, January term .

fore Stewnrt, Pre deiit *,and Ccptaiu! CI. llotlgeis.nad also, in i the House. In the latter, after seveI The Committee are convinced that many such have ever been and still are the indus- Franklin Circuit Court, tho votes were

Dallas and !icholsonA -. ill amendments had been submitted, during; who are engaged in some of the most impor- trious habits of the Commodore that I begin liuilty-l\Icssrs Frey, M'Clellan and qlP"I I

hr course of which, Mr. WicMiflc, Mr.Draytoiij ant branches) of manufacture, entertain a to fear he will again restless and be off, ton3. I I
i ia grow
from London, dated .;. t i 111 !irceive !
lett r Mr. DwiuhtMr.: Semmes, and Mi. full belief that they are deprived of the pro unless early provision is made to detain him. Not Guilty-Messrs Cannon, Allen

: this city, cays "The loan ia Holland ith' t-a- '('.uvhur* respectively! kpuke ; it wan ultimate-! tection intended to be afforded by the recent If there be no vacancy suitable for him in the ford, Cleveland,'Gillospy, Green, )

aun*.!. ;UA" .America... ,, -U-----secured bv_ three I, IJX.IIP.. fthree 1)l r< lerrrd t on the motion of Mr. IJrt* ) 1011, tariff, in consequence of frequent evasion. Navy, with humble deference I would sug- Htmtsman.'Johnson' Ltttlefield,Love,

millions, ww full in a few ininu'c. Thi-,/;umol'\\ Iu the Committee on Military Allaiis. Flagrant frauds are allcdgcd to have; been gest his fitness for one in the civil department.We Smith and Webster-14. I
down iotbreo houru, amounted to zrrt'n i :
,'. l'' 4fr. .1'f'. -- constantly perpetrated against which, no all know that he can weild with equal On both specifications therefore! ,

The noon letter rrtara to the loan obtained :L1 January 5. adequate remedy at present exists. Charges skill the pen and the sword. article, the ..1CrCIl.hnttJwllScq itctJ
ufllii-' of this kind have: been so often made and on -
Anrtltrdam, by Mr. Hush, for the thrt* rit rf The Tariff.Sir. "
large m 'Joril\
? We have beAn informed from an itutln" l authority so respectable. that the Committee Among the articles brought by (he'stonm v
District. all
!Iall'11'flOlI1; the Committee on1aiititaa'&titt I The 4th 5th and Gth articles
believe that several ,
cannot South
that thnn/rr tiinis the amor.ut h'- they are utterly ground boat Charleston, from (he BIO
.- ricotirce, tibacrled more: in less than tht"- 7 w'x. I : made; ihf following report ; I less. The immense importa':: ns on foreign\ kegs nnd jurs of Georgia Olives, produced! one transaFl, un. They wcro answcied
ir' ttas
4 1 Nat. Journal. which w-is; laid on the table and ordered to goods into some of our commercial cities, on Cumberland Island the residenco of Mr3.Shuw. ly, and were in the Argument

be printed. must afford the greatest facilities for illicit 1; That ladv, has. we believe, upwards garded as one charge. But when the

NEW Yonl.J n. 4.-Uttcri from Vera CIUZ The Committee, on Manufactures, to whom trade. No one cau suppose that these have I'I ol" fifty bearing trfees III! Dungeness. I tion was about! to bo taken on them nil I

fl'\tG' Mr. Poitsatt, tca'h hb t3ctlj: 1 h'.d! tnf was ttfi,iri 'J ih-jt: part of the President's escaped the penetrating eye of rapidity, .\\ tfarttimqh Georgian titer, a motion W.K made to ncparato tho ,





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Jf A.i", r.rJ! to :...1L\ it u.st.nctly upua Cuch ar- Ayes aatl :Noes, though called for by onc'of To the Public. I Letters of Administration, 1\I Tax Collector's -
thnt! the 4th article cJiargrd the and seconded.
ctiS on: the ground ; court I : been obtained JASI NISBKT, on .
I the act to have !been June tfffruptlyt and Bofore question.was taken on this proposition T lIE Church Wardens: of the Catholic HAV'IIG of the lateFERGUONH.NJSBET* I| Sale. '

that the 5th and 6ti! a: icles though ch iiging :Mr. Webster mOvfd to correct Congregation; of Penaacol.i, ha\ ing dctcrmincd .. I I I

the smccis stated) them to have been done the journal by striking therefrom that part I to raise by subscription of the In- all thooe iml'hted to said F8btte are requested to nwkc WILL BE SOLD

wilfully m I unlawlulfy! without adding cur- purporting: to be an order to dismiss the I habitaiit ; of this City, a sum Money, sutli- immediate\ ment and tboce to whom tbe Estate: ill,> the &\I iu
indebted ire requested te their claims& forwttlonifiitto Saturday April
and the wlltwut said order dent to creeta lu'ickVall around present ,
rtptly The motion prevailed question judge day, alledging to permanent
Benjamin D. Wright Eq. "agent for t 'r tho f'0i..t House door of the
takri. These articlesa be inserted and tha, being County
were separately; incorrectly question the admiuiitratrix.: '
1\\. <>. ickon iu the Town Marianna
-::t1s(' the judge! liaviug illegally taken theCA taken, it was carried by the following theBURYING GROUND: PeDJ.&atUhJIlDDar 2d: It-.TO-40! -ft. purMiant*to the Revenue, Law of 1828, thu, '

nina'.io'n of Mrs. Taul.-as) to her execu- 'ote- '
: I the Plan $100 \\;\,'V.1.D.. following for cash.
following :- property,
I'uxj .->f a deed, out of court, and then per. .l'aS-MCS3rs Allen, Burford, Frey, Gil- propose
The Subscription Paper will be left at the RANAWAV from the !subscriber, on Acres of Land in said
record l of the certificate be Hnlman Love lying County
S n ltcd the to passcxi lespy Green, Lytle, Tip- of Messrs. C. Ciuzat and H. Micha-] Saturday last, S 0
Stores on the waters of Chipola levied
read with the \Vebster-l0. ,
over and not publicly min- ton, upon
let; and at the houses of Messrs. Arnaldo BARNEY SHIELDS. 10 sntisfy Amos Aycock's taxes due SO cents.
ntes'of the court, with intent to deceive and j: J\ays--Messrs Cannon, Cleveland, Ilunts-

defraud her relatives and heirs fit law. '! man, Johnson, Litlefield, M'Cldlan--6. Guillemard, Manuel del Barco and John :]I i ft. a mulatto man, about 2G years old, 1 4"41k Acres of Land lying in said

Upon the ...:11 article: the vote was- The clause above quoted was then stricken de la Hua ;- |!I five feet ten or eleven inches high, stoops.iu Li*,. V County on the waters of Chi pol.,

fruitty--Messrs Allen! Frey, (;ill espy, : from the record, anti after much further The amount which may be subscribed, toibe ;i i(I sLoulders, a defect in one ,.f his evts, believe In his evietl upon to satisfy John Clarke's Taxes
fourth: when required and one left, he has a down cast look when to, but i.s
paid, one 0poKen due also
Greene, Holraan, Love, LytIc, M'CIcllan; discussion, in the course of which various fourth( sixty days thereafter until thewhole 'I vei. plausible. 1'he above reward v%ill be paid $6,82$ cents : ,

Tipton and Webster-10. i propositions were made, and it was suggested be every I ntnkfii out ofthe State, aud all nanvnablc expen.es.: H tf tffe Acres of kind lying in sail!.

Not Guilty-Messrs Cannon, Burford, that J neI Williams had gone home, considering paid ;- He was bought by me of Mr. Hatchr, last >pring, M. 9 y County, on the waters of Chipo

Cleveland, Huntsman, Jolmvjn, Little-field: himself finally discharged, and that The money so obtained; to be expended :ment of Mr. Spencer( Drumrnond, Norfolk) Virginia lalevied) upon to satisfy John \\r.CampbeH'sTaxes
the direction of Committee to heappnintt',1 110 biin.
under a \\ ent
I his counsel; declined further in the due cents also
and Smith--;7f I appearing $4,20 : ,
for th .t John S. Miller
the Dth and 6th articles the vote in : matter the court adjourned\ till Monday next purpose ; ,
Upon ; Acres of Land lying the
on wa.
Wall the [ ] Orl'an! ( 4'J It.Notice. .
The enclosing burying prottnd, New JnnualJ' 2 th, io.: ( 1 &mtffe
cad folljw'i7. at 2! o'clock P. M. .
case was as : tors of Chipola in said
to include 400( : 'et square, to be ;f feet hiph!! county
Guilty-Messrs Allen, Burford, Frey, I Thus the matter rests, and we forbear: any and \11:1\\ -:.. f.vo t.iates proportionable dimension ,!: levied upon to satisfy Walter Davis Taxes

Gillespy, Green, Holmaii, Love, Lytle, M' further comment at present. I due $1 1,72!$ cents: also,

Clellan, Smith, Messrs Tipton Cannon and Webster Cleveland-12. From tM Charleston Courier. .A* ;Line- tJiidl; l indicate, either by a I 1)1 ICkslI L F.TTERS Administration on the r.-tite; of' 14f 0 Acres of Land in said County
Not (fJtillt/-- : ,
Huntsman, Johnson and Linleflcld-3. Latest From Colombia.-From Captain \ :! or otherwise, a division between the I PATRICK rItE I!., Dec. I j I lying on the waters of Apalach ,

of the schooner Fortun.i arrived Catholic and Protestant paIis)1tLe burying I colaevied! upon to satisfy Benjamin FoqueS
Armstrong been
A ustiuitional' l question now aiose, as 10the granted to uNmrribcr: all }I r&OlJji
etfe.rt of ihe decision on the two last articles j at this port yesterday, :22 days from Cartliaigrna ground, giving to each, one half-; I I indebted to aid estate, are hereby notified to make Taxes due $2iO cents : also

\ of Constitution on !rf lenrti that ho left Gen. HARRISON, I The Corporation of the Catholic congregation immediate payment, and all those'to ,s hum the estate Acres of Land laying in said
jjrovision our 1 60
id indebted to Hldr
I Kite Minister Columbia and Col. : to ccdu to the City of Pensacola, present claimsitlun the spring creek levied
the subject of impeachment, is-, our to time prescribed by Law, others iau tlu. notice \\iir I., county on up-
pcrsonshall be convicted, without the i f TORRCN.S, Mexican Charge des AfiYires to for the purpose of a burying ground, that be plead in bar of rccovcr on to
concurrence of two-thirds of the members of Colombia, ai Carthagena, on the lyrh December : half, which. s may be cbo:en as s the proti.( fain; James Fin lay, I cent- ; .dto'J!

waiting a for the U.I I part of the burying; ground. I
tie! whole! house. I Administrator.Pensacolu (J Aiiri"Land in aid county, T. CtII.
States. The U S. Natchez bad been! --
The Senate is composed of txvenfy: mem ship 00 A. Fo levied
; 5th Jan. 1S30; -46( -8v,. J=. adjoining t4r,
bers. Two were absent, from indisposition, expected in) Carthagena nuiru than a munth, Al Publico. I I upon ..i ".La.V .1 balance due 'n Robert

during the greater part of the trial, arid at the ..j I to convey Gen. II. to this country. ;Mayotdomos! de la Congrcgacion J NOTICf- Jo;..">' L.- .1 -; l,15 cents: also,
The Colombian Convention
was to commence LOS
time of giving the opinions, snd one was excused : itstes&ion in J BOLIVAK .- T LI<.:.\ de P A Z.\COI.\, habiendode- Acics of land in said county ad.
( anllirv.: 1 tO
of his interests
from : account
sitting on : MAIL AKRANGEMKNT.Mull I .
torniMuulo du jnntur nor una sub- joining Muntford, upcn.tosati.I
involved. It became expected' at Bogota about the 25ih of December. procurar
jn some of the questions therefore to decide what- It had been proposed to establish! i.uipcion: de los vccinos .1e Panzacola, una .Yurl./-tr'1 by Burnt Corn. )' J. C. Letter's taxes due $1,:31! cts.

necessary in but Venezuela .! Suma suticien'e; ,para consttuiro:i hicer; HUM Due cvtrv "..t'dnf'tltlIV! at 7 o'Clock P. M. also,
a monarchy tiwl
the whole house. Is it the country ;
constitutes entire ( riuanemudc I-idrillu .il rededordt I Iproponrn Departs ':.. SIIMJa at Jf-o'C'lock A. lU.I \
; : .cry /
Senate, orjs it the whole number of members had declared) her opposition TO such a syitem, .E1rca p I 0 Acres of land in aid county on Cbi-

who have been engaged in the trial of and also that she would sepaiato: from the iCst CAMPO SANTo : I Northern Mail bi.; Almtranti'; po'a! levied upon to satisfy John Me.

the cause I According to the t former construction ofColombin in such an event. Tins determination lo H'guicntt'- t Due every Friday 10 o'Clock A. M.I Corrnitk: taxes due $1,05 cts. : also, '

14 votes are requisite for conviction of Venezuela( had produced a La Stihscripcion! dexada en l los; abncenes ; ::- I lJt'j'artsamc il..y at J o'C'locl I'. M. Acres offo"1! in said: county onCbi'Poua -

great t excitement the friends of BoiIVAU ,- de lo. Senores C. Cnzat j lllukely Mail. SO lar>>
According to the latter, 12 are sufficient. among y H. Mid e11'it levied upon to satisfy John
at Bogota, and it \\'expecte-1 th:it : !h"> )l.i... de Arn'iblo. I Hw'qer.., :Monday at 1). JJ.DoparK I
The hour being 1 lue, at nhich the ; v en casas GuilL-mani. I i e :\f.Ptnsacula kcrs taxes due 6i ClS.: also,
1 xt-ry Thurstlay at.t\
plans: of the monarchists} : would: in constque :'i Manuel del B.nro, I
the several articles i Ji.'iri!; de la: Rna
opinions were given y ;-
on 1'VA' of land in said
I January IriJJ': ) -47-:V-t .. ores county on
without the I i.ce, undrifo] M :ne ;aieiaiini.! ; : j El imp"-T; : !' (' cnbxrribs1;: sci'i 40
the pI -- --
court adjourned, deciding ; [1r"ir.u'o i -- -- -- the wipers of Chipola, to satisfy
qncstion' referred to, till the next IIhH nin We also learn, that the statements respecting : ,1: tuna quart, i, ipi<:n>)b se re-Miiej; i, y d ISeS.1u i re:.:rn, j:I /VrrititrtiofFiu due also
Russ' $2,55cts. :
the) ill-ticatment which, (: HAHKISO.V I i ames: F. taxes ,
; ri: :: : I I
Before the hour assigned for the re-as>em- ";id.i i tiias; liasta pa gar: ; el Joilo ;- !ii Western
iho autioritits i i : District, Superior Court of land in said on
had received from :: > >ioi! j El Acres county
bling of.the court, the Senate met in its legj- j impoite quo': se obteii"-i, seri p;'%'11.};) 1400
are correct. The order for (the expulsion;: uuiof i Jackson. Dry, creek, levied upon to satis-
la diieceijn d. la
l < : duniiiun
latix'e character, md a resolution! was there I j i j : q.:"i !se :
t ints educed on the subject, the proceedingsin the British Consul General:, h.id berii reissued : noiubre ;- })1.1.TEn)11 :). I y Thom Goff's taxes due;$3,75 ets. : also n,

and again sn. .led. I lie I rcnmir.cc: : '] I I Jonathan ttrantlty 1i S. S. 5T. 5 4
pen \iiurall Acres
relation] to which m thc seen on our legislative \ : I ; i (jtI? crrque} al Campo( Snto, 60 br-ingJ gliii
I in the "lid01l c1 biibly bo i i i T* \ IX CHAXCEIIY.: 11
jou '!1al. At 12 o'clock on Wed- capital, pi; : permitted '( (]eLI''r\ ue100 pi-? *. en (jM.idro; Y de f.> pics :;, .YlIl1fY lira nth R.y!: to satisfy Sam. ScurclokV
to wait the arrival; of tu! Uihisl: !: n ::iistcr i-; y. ) !
nosday, the court again mot, and argumentswere who i I!ft.? Hb"l u, c-a: IIJ !I' rtados: ), de hueiu} j'topor-' i I ,An Application for a Divorce. taxes due $1 ,20 cts. : also,

made on.the' con' itlltiull.11 question' by I Wit daily exported. j I IWU-; I I it >eariuj to the s.itidfactinu of the Court tl.nt Acres of land lyiinng said county

Messrs-Dunlap and Foster on th Peru, had b<*ui signed and raIHie.tI.Euw i i i t de i; therefore ordered that this caso be fcet 1 ibr heariug; at
manage;s, and by 31essr (iibbs i and Balch : oir.i i manera; ><:eparacion) v l limite, Jr's taxes due $2,40 tts.: also.
T. TAVL Lite Scretiryof the next term of this Court.
ARD )::, Esq. ;
Jar respondent. When the arguments or : ( cntrr:: }los Ca61iros y los Protestnnfes; It id further Ordf'rt1lhat be No. in the Town ofMa-
otthis 142
the U. S. l Colombia! copy 1
egatiou <<:;llIIe 1 Lot
both sides were closed?, the following question in tbc JrorUiiia, aud is the bearcioi"de L ;- : ,'; ) : t\\<: los: CatoJicox do Pan.arol l1ul)1411e.I ill some one of ihe h anthuri7."IIIICPuflll'[ :;\ rianna, in said county, levied

in sub-stnnc'i, was submitted to the court: passenger '/ cede lull I, y ('(1 un ;i la < i i'tdad de! I ill- uf I: this 'l"rritur.r: thref rnoinli.surres-i\el\". W. Smith's due 45 cents:
> alches for :?\tr.or.. )M! upon to satisfy taxes
goveriimfnt. :) I
-Has the defendant been pror.ouncod guil-I j 7..col; par a lou.sos de Campo S.in'.o! una I'Olt.1 ,. t ott.
politely! favoied us with Carlhageua: r also, a
ty on any of the articles of impeachment! ty p.jperof } mia: qie: !se rerque' }para el o'tjcto: de Cnnio ; ;i ('1k.EorHLN4 !, .
the 10th tilt.We Acres or land the watfer sof Chi ,
the number required by the constitution ofthw Sjito: de b>s I'n'testntes.; .I' _, q, I SO on

state for thejrcmoval of an Officer on im-I I are authorized- to announce Alr.Jnra :.. Prndlc..1 pola, and OffiES LOT in the ,

peachment ? ton as a Candidate ftrthc Ollloo of Sheriff! of 1'--1 TO IVIARI: EilS. ; Town of Marianna adjoining a part of the '

And it was decided an follows eambia Countv. ,I .11 I 1.i'. S >.u 1:V "STS ..."b I.; l-.-ii ''iiHM.reil; Stoic house lot of Reveridge and Nowland,

Yeas Messrs ( Green i iI I Ji.' I' :\;... 1.I..,, :. dIlI tI..1" 51mr itiiiyii in Pa.OI HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. No. not l Known, levied upon to satisfy L. M. \
Frry, Jille.spy, ,
\thorizc'I- ![ ll'>: '';;1. .t: il.f. LOUI MO; tlie f'.lIuW'1 .hit I Stones' taxes due
W arc ::' to Samuel $10,97 cents alse,
announce ,
Holman: Love, Lytle, Tipion: cu-stl'r-8. I Try I il.- x.i. cji.' :" !!I.. ,*.J'ir .i' u iitoid ilu: iltjficuU" :- 3.
Esquire as a Crutclidale for the otiic! of Clerlv uf the! |I I < '. licit f.,. .I.l., 1 O'NEILL Acres of land on the Chipola adjoining ..
..Ya.95-tlessrs President Ca mon, Bur- County C'jurt orL amhia. j \ I '' iidiii I I Hip :Natig: inn orl. 1 G 0 1 .I
ford, Cleveland, Graces, Huntsman, John- I:l .<'?e IiEi>fs. 'i lie Kdiuns: ; : of ll.e :Modilo andVw II HAS ills rrrfiv.-iJ a fMsJiiooiil.J.-: & of"illtCf Mandril and others in said t
r > ()leans will please insert this nolict*. nud S11l111llJ@tJW levied Richard
papet.s to satisfy II. .
don, Little-field4 Clollan, Smith-!9 The friends AcLm Gordon Esquire, nnnou.irihim 'I > county upon .
The (
Jiiovs ;in Pass Maiiaiiiie
mour"li i
Mr. Allen n6thaving: formed an opinion, as a Candidate: for the Ollice! of Clerk of the! I iu the niiltllr, in lilt: deepest uit-r are HII.I t it nearly u riciitninon'fd :- [! l'i Long's taxes due C,7i cents : also, 4t ;. .tl

declined voting.It county Court of Escambia.Tho to keep them tln!>e nil li ard TorreTS i which he oiler lot sale !ow 1m CIIh. 60 Acres of land on Chipola, adjoin- I
I 'from l 1t '.o 14 feet water this, Pass. ThvLltrantefsnm : J
will be seen tkat Mr. Graves voted on thioxgh AMONCYllllf\ AllE 1 I ing Russ, in said county, levied
: t Ihe West, ig rendered iW ;
the constitutional he.had Editor of the Pennacol.i Gaxettc plnin liy to satisfy Elizabeth Tanner's duo
question undoubted : appointed taxes
an | [ slu'll, !! Krv 01 'IsUnJ Maii-iiie, on the out!) !tidu ol Black blue, biur/.i and oivc: Ui(-<* ,,:id dock 5:1.pepfiur : upon
right to do, although) he wan onr of I Jouv absence\ j for DK.UI.OIS:a few ...Enquire week ,AH bin AUoruo persona"ind, during!.,! ted hi it, uoarl/, opposite to "hic", Ihe lir't linoy is ciuttiGO&7& .*.">,6( :2 cents: also, -

those members>! and to .. niooi I cd, :un5 teat aUout >'oilh from I he: Kr> ; ,n &. !P.4.1\TTAI.OONS. S 0 Acres of land in said county on Spring J
making vtiirh, inn K. and N Mill !
originally sworn at the commencemcntjof I Jol Printing are requested to make payment forth make Millie:i Uuu,' S. On rntciing by firm 111111)the ou Eft'l, Bang up cord, tMssinei, .1!:ilbiuig! and rctlui\1J! dc I Creek, lying: \\'* a S. W. i Sec. 1, .

Trial, bad 'been so much indisposed as to be and with.within The amount due by each individual i id small!!, bfiiiR the! Vst end! of Cot lna! to tirar ubuul S. VESTS. T. G, R. 12, levied upon to satisfy James ft
of each
unable te attend during the progress of the in means to charge-f.ut the J.:;:. and by S.. dstattt:! abotii 2! iaile, whrn the D. Webb's taxes;; due $7,5O cents : also
a matter of the Editor:
aggregate importance
to ,
cause, and could not therefore consistentlyvote I ffiat B .uj will l If' .isibIe i i ; t then run W, and l>? $. )plnin black and figured -ilk velvet valcmia, toili *
especiallyhen it M roflidert-d that ho has to pay net, nid silk blue and ONE BIIIIAHB TABXiBpTa
the guiltor inocence of the defendant. cash for which courcp will kt-t;> 1 the Buo g close en boar UiifV ; plain M'ick cinlltWilhu : :
journeymen's and '
This fact of itself be used in the e:-t,lblishmetlt.a wages. paper every article The entrance from II:.. East, being very bliiMJ! one 'Wit'i.v ftfnO"UND the monday following the Town Webb-.
to to
appears the us a conclusive lcu January :rnh' 1 rJO.tf.SIupingList.. I of tlie liunjs I.aheru .laced wbuut 1& milofioni JACKETS, yule, levied upon as the property of James
answer to of those il.Pall.
arguments I Fine fiillod And plain lush li.unSHI&TS Marshall to satisfy his taxes due
who contend, that the members who have -- \ Ctuigii-.n is close lo the man* hind, is very cts.

attended throughout the trial and can therefore I I narrow and inn icnte-sailing from tie l%.ant, woeo; : Andrew G. Mays,
opposite to the Eau end! ot Cm IslnnJ, r__.. N. N.U duEL check, roiiou und ilHiMirl do. Tax Collector J. C. I
vote on the question of guilty, or not fur the mot prominent land on the u.aon near- ,
guilty, constitute ** the whole / POUT ) !; ill which, a house with fool rvd will IRAWERS.Elnek Jackson County, Dec. 24, I829.-47->tds
a he
ousc. (Hi" % tS1Ct.t ? pcintevl
..., .
.. ... .... ....
-- % "' '-" hali" ilk CRAVp'15,
It having been thus settled! that the votes Vi5tIC, nud serves as a direct object to she entrance ; : t
of two-thirds of all the Senators of this Pass ; about a ruile from the ghoiv, >UU will I jtlain null fancy do. PrIvateBoardi4
are requisite Silk Hanilkercliiefji. (;! I Sna- J
> make ibe Gist Buoy which keep clo) e on yotiisi : llosi'rysiriie:
for the conviction of judge, and his removal board second peudt r&.IIau ao.1 l C'MII, ripwo or THREE Gentlemen can bo
Jan. 30th.-Schr. Elb: 1Ithl.) Forsyth, I II at ; the Buoy %iU then he in vie" | jf.L
from office on impeachment, the question I Nvw Orleans, U J. C. V C. C. Key- i \\hirh keep; close on your Iftlbnard ; fioni this you I II BOOTS accommodated withBOARD I.
cargo !
was submitted to the court, on a motion made I I will] discover the thitd Buoy .hich kip on \m>rktarboaid :
I ser, J. Col ton, J. Strong, J. Forsyth, and unit after ". At ANDSHOES
the I. ; you pass i ii, inn \\ nn'il! the1Iy ,- ;
by on the of the State
managers part to order.'r. ,
of St. Louis up. us, H tiiiti HHII*I' t' ill tnabley &c. ;
shall judgment of removal\ ; from from office I on lo clear the I JR..""l'1t tlu-ie iiI \ in a Private French Family. i
Amelia, Rache, New Orleans, assorted bqiiart: With; Domestic and Piece {; OIS. ;
be aronounccrlagaiust NATHANICL. WILLIAMS flOlII (; io 7 ftei v\>itT in I iliii P.ii.. (On ', Iti jug ( Enquire at the Office of the PentaeoU GazctU.

judge of the 3d judicial circuit, on I ( cargo to l\ja ter.I .I (HIm. the West these tiiieclioiig: will ot curse be --J'enacoIN.-FMunarv-- _7, ISy--t-tf.- Ptnsacolii, Dec.26th, 182 .- &-{( i f
any Schr. \\ashington, Swain, New Orleans. re'.t,"Nt. -- ------- -- ,

of the articles impeachment( preferred against I\ I l'l'ql"-lIul.H:. Peiiol.. Janiiaiv2M: 1R30. Tax Collector's {Sale .
him by the house of r'precntatives! 1 FOR NEW YORK ------- --
and: on this question tl.n! votes were as ful- TIlE Public l\Tot'il-C I .
and fast 4
new -ailing Brig
I IQWS( Pensacola Wednesday, the 3rd day of Fi-lmmry next, at 10 o'clock, A. 'M;

yeas-Messrs Allen, Frey, Gillpspy & IS HEREBY OIVEN, I shall oft'er for lease sale at Public
or Auction
Richard the
at House
Sp Master ihn-t Court
:ar having { itMjth Y. Crtizat, )\ THAT 'hj" suit has ljen 1
Green, Hohnnn, Love, Lytle, M'CIcllan, fourths of her with ill this the 1 )) M
cargo f'ngagpJ."lll.:1i1. ra; I I iiuiiinu-tl hv "II ilchm'.II' in city, following property, or so much thereof wilfsatisfy -
Smith, Tipton and} Webster 1. all possible dcupalch. For fnysht for the remainder ar
riliiersbe ,
Carlo* \ Superior "onit L::>fI mAilininistratar ,
Nays-Messrs Burford, Cannon, Cleve- I or fTiint passage. Sfiir., having lkSh good,l accommodations, apply to of } bia COllllt}'. The defendant the corporation of Pensacola for Taxes due thereon, up to 31a day I:

I rand, -Huntsman- Johnson and Littlefield-6. -1'I m '
There not cited are hervbv_ reijuiied. to appear and |jhu! illlf''I! 'I
being two-thirds of
the sale
according lo i day together with all costs aud charges.
cither construction of the constitution, in the Jan. 30th) 1830.-4'J.! -tf tIi.! ; .I.chi\ atuovu -- I II I.o

affirmative, a motion was made by the counsel Public Notice :

for the defendant, that his discharge be I To Be Sold, I :\0. I NAMES.:: I Q1JAi1't'Y&i SITUA'fIO. I \'ALUIADD RATE. I\ I .

entered on the journals ; and the question, IS HEUEBY GIVEN, 10 pr. .
haTing been submitted to the court, was declared At the Auction Room of the Subscriber Pulru SaIlS "\ THAT thiq suit bus )hren instiTS. :;! Ii WnP. Anujersoii 1 lot ill Homana{ i51 -

[ tuted by attacliineiit in the SupeTtrrsu 22-1:? U t du Cur Bin & Romano 100
by the president to have been icf :
can I llru, )nor Court, L&ounibiu County ::305 U U 1 do) Urn .
I .10
and the clerk accordingly entered It on the i ON: WEDNESDAY NEXT, "urrnzo Bru and j The Uuiendant and all other per I AI 8 8
.Hj jll suburbs
journal, that the defendant was discharged. :I AT 11 O'CLOCK A.M. J' omen Bru. j sons interested nre hereby required arjent 46-261 Q 35 92t 9 .I i
altasar lot
9!) 'ntino un Bay
to and plead to the Declaration. too 25
On 25
the appear
of the 2 27
meeting court Thursday I I
on i AN elegant assortment of Furniture, consisting Jp"'d'ula, Oct. 30u1.. )82J-'Jt'! : I :35: Dr A. Cummings do 011 Florida Blanc 70 35 A' r'*
the 27
morning, record were read by the clerk, ; 2 29
39 Gates in suhurh
containing the Escritoir i arpcnt 25 :! 6t
following 1
entry. Notice.IETTERSofAdmioistration. 137 John Morcilo I lot in Baylen 10 35

"Whereupon it'tras ordered.bv the rourt, 1 Doz. curled maple chairs 1:1 \ n'ft i do in Romana 8Ti 8)6 --.
: Ordosgosity
that the respondent Nathaniel \\\ \ViUitmtie on the Estate of io 35 171 Ii 18i ;

discharged and that he be Breakfast tables, &c. &C. l having been grant s John Ruis t do in Oa,)len 500 :25 .1,25 .12.3 1 376
permitted totltUrt cd to subscriber ; nil persons indebted to raid lit) Thon1as RioLo j i do in IDtcnden
At the time lot of aDd : 1500 25 i5
( hence without day." !sam: ,a Dry Crockery, Estate are hereby notified to make immediate 37 4 12 '
and at 7 o'clock in the evening, large: assortment payment 33C Louis Touard do in Florida Blanca 100 25 25
Mr. Green .> and all persons! to whom the Estate i i. indebted -
marcel, lhat the opinion oft ,to present : claims within the time presrrihed Estate:: Ximcnes 2 arpt'nts in suburbs 50 2j 12! 1!! '

1 court be taken by Ayes and Noes on ihe Books. by law, otherwise this Notice will be plead in bar of .

'notion submitted, bydcfendant'scoujc4) Itftt.t Catalogue: be Been at the Auction Room. their recovery. Jacob Rickett I

:- for hi!* dischascrc there been Henry A Nqnes
: having no A. B.* Allen. ......
'JHf."iou! ; of the .
opinion of the court either Auctioneer. Administrator. : City cYolletor. 4 "

!: '': divis::m of iho 1 house, or bv taking' ;! the 1 Pen" c ch l; Jon.:30j i. 1830... -lt. Pinsucola, Jan.,7th,. &: -.iGr, I Peneac\Jla. 8th Jnnu u..t830..46-tds '. .-: y

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t NAVY AGENT'S OFFICE > The Territory fFlor dn. Westerly Notice. "

X:; : :: Notice. Pensacola, Dec. 1st 1829.SEALED ) District) :; tor.perkr Court City of!

:: LT4 person indrtrfnl 10 $111? PLXSACOLAGAZE1TEOFF1CH : ; Proposals will be received at IPCHBLlcoln. Is UURfiBYGhcnihatat: the eipJrMioiieiks otSj&

---- A l for Sulisciiiiioi| Ad- :: ', until the first day of April :Ji-oni, t5s! date, I will .ppj| to the Hon.

For the Pensacola Gazette. v-iiising and Job hinting, arc requested tt make the West India Wednesday Jth Dtcrmbcr 1829. County C.urt ot lUcanjUin: foi loiteis ot Aomln,
next to supply Squadron
ratien the of Nathaniel
ciiate G. C.
But where, said the strnnvjfr, shall) ihf immediate pay melt. William A. Hell, on heiialf ) upon Slaygb.'
January' : and the !Navv Yard at i.his place with : 'ter, decease!
bankrupt i in heart, !sock for consolation or ol Louisa lirauani: t'V
? "in heaven" was the reply. FIRE WOODfor 8. /In Chancery. Pescay,
repose IJiiiREWARD. Gabriel November Ie 182!>-39t1'UIVATB
K. --- - John Davis, Tuar ,

The wood for the Squadronto and Ellen Foster. J
$ one year.
There's chill on this heart. lie of the kind commonly calledTI..TL And now, 10 wit. Wednesday, the ninth I I nO-\l\\NU 7

And a tear in my eye f tbedOtli Rr.NAWAY ofluet womb from 1.t'm"\a on I day ot December in the year of our Loidoue I Ill.\OUR or :: lYE Gentlemen ian W! arcoturood

1'iU'' re.8 grief on my brow. the name .f ., a ISegromunt.y thousand eight hundred nnd twenty nine, : J[' ted with Private boarding by the,,tAtciib on

Despair in my niph. before the Superior Court ol 'V cst ,; Ita.onable teipis. '
ORRIN. That for the Navy Yard to he good !
loved Florida in the said Complainant James Pendletoii
I've unrequited _. chancery euing, I ;

Ah what: can restore T foOl. .
} The fond hope I chQri4u'd. 28: U\ 30 y,'ers i>f IIg,:> his cloihing not recol. I the i bat the said Louisa Branam claims to be t ____ ..
will also he received at same
The vision DOW o'er. lected. The sail nt'groV.... formerly the property I: Proposals of I free woman of colour, and that she has been J.ALBRIGHT'SCOLUMBIAN
of one ltulJinl ou. near Seltna, Alabama, and time for the delivery at the Navy Yard 5
called Eliza Jane and that
sold by, (hullS H"Iljmon of Sparta, toMajorByrd the wood now cut ouThe Live Oak Planta- erroneously states SYRUP.
Tia eaidlhat: 'ni ht'tII dev* C. Wilti of futlalsn&se be was brought to Pensacola by the said
tion this place. REMEDY which has itself
Are but tears of the'sun, The above reward will be given for the upprelicnsinn opposite Jo\in\ Davis i!' and that she was born in Cam. A proved superior to
Those who offer proposals for Swaim's Or any of the Panactat for the cure ;-1
When his glory's departed and ccuring ot aaidul'gro. together with persons den in the State ol South Carolina and
leasonable ,.'r.ntrpt.. ...,.. luilt; ctMto tlil. l rlci> ,HIT rnfll.. All folloning diieaiesviz :
nil cxpeucrs. llll ITllt Olt.t.v' 1'---' --- -' ----
And his day race i is won. John Jerrison the wood to he de1 \-eH'(1 at the Navy Yard. raised by the Rev. Isaac Smith, >ho now resides NECROSIS, (or .(Teeflon of the bortta,) KIIfO'6EVIL
Yet soon.shall his lustre on Pearl River ; and it also' appearing (or SCROFULA, WIIITI
) Swxu.ine
A intfor Byrd C. JJiJlisFensacola Bond and security will he required for the ;
darkness dispel. that the said John Davi! is not found within
Night's JAn I('.h. 1 13U476tElection::!; faithful performance of the contract. | CAilCKRoUS, and inveterate ULCERS ; 1
tho' this District and that the said Gabriel Tunr ,
the dying
And dew-drops LIVER and BILIOUS
For further information apply at this 0 ifict'. COMPLAINTS;
will tell. and Ellen Foster disclaim all -merest in this
His coming RHEUMATIC affections
Notice. Charles P. TuttKarAgent. of the.head b SYSTEM
t : mailer : it is ordered that puUic notice be generally ;

Bat where is the soft ray. N compliance with the provisions of an Act of the published in the Pensacola Gazette, once a ULCERS of the MOUTH and THROAT.

To mortals' md fears. .. I Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, 42-tf. week for the space of two months, citing and SYPHILIS, and all other diseases arising in th. ,
Can efface'all our ..nguilh! I do hereby give notice, that on the admonishing the said John Davis and all improper use of MERCURY. -.

And dry all our tears 1 First Day of February other persons interested or claiming io be As a" general depurntiye article or cleanser of the
bloudVthii i
Oh where i is the sun bcrm next, being the first Monday of February, 1S30: an interested in the said Louisa: Braiiam; : alias improves the remedy appriiip.;possesses; nd hm invaluable also the remarkable powers; {( .
Can cheer the lone heart,' Eliza June, to bo and appear before Ibis efiVct of drprivinj: )- .;. the sin: o(- thai noon v.II......... .ki'. :____ ....
With hope gild each.sorrow," Election Court at the next term thereof, to be holdeurit I' tint- which- ill :2u itiuuntm ill liliou coustitutions J-- ituua fj r.;

t Or bid them depart.: BY THE PRESIDENT the Court House in the City of Pensacola, J. ALBRIGHT :<
will be Jiolden for the of fleeting
on the first Monday of May uexi, to mtor- Philadelphia.
OF TIlE The propw.r. ill rrin .
hi. -
A Clerk of the Court (01.uMnup:
County their claim to the said coloured SVKUP" lurntahi
Lone pilf rini of sorrow pose woman, to h. public, it 'lew of the

Ther 'i* a light not of earth, A Sheriff, A Coroner, and United States. and to answer to the bill of complaint herein remarkable cities, perlbrmeU by the same in most t, .tmony -
fih-d. I of its superior remedial .
Divine in its essence powers.glvfn him

Unchanging its worth. A County Surveyor; N pursuance of law, I, A.vnnr.w JAC-KSON, A true copy from the Record. i of by the respectable United Stales persons lesidi.fg ;in different parts I.,,,!
I u a just
Build thy hoe< a up in Hc-uvt.n' For the County- of.- Esramlnit ; President of the. United.States. of, America W. Hnsfill Huntg same-, as well as Lf'Jnethl o -! m no.<>&n--u.. merit nr,. '.._ ..d.._e_.to.._the.IIII'their _' ,'I
------- uiitryii'
Place thy trust ever there at the following places or Precinct"iz: do hereby declare, and make known, Clerk Supr. Court. West Florida. fellow creatures who are similath' afflicted. .

\Vheaca the ray only cometh, In Pinfacola, at the Court House; that a public sale will be held at the Land sure speedy and effectual remedy-aware, that

Can shield from despair. At Ik*. House of Peter Borge, near the Nacy Yunl ; I IOn Office, at Tallahassee, in the Territory of FORSALE the many country medicines. held are forth at thii to time cure distributed di.fait'S about .
Ihr ll'cst side of thr. Escatnlia Rica, at the house Florida, on the first Monday in February which tney have not the slightest influence, scm upoo*

Reward. of RiiJlord L. Cotton I'squirn ; next, for the disposal! of the Public Lands AFRAME of which they had tried previous to the use of thetyrup

$30 On the East side (lJ tT&t' Esramlia; Hirer, at the House situated within the limits of the lIIHt'rmcn- NEW Hi may be seen by their own attestatoM: .

from this Post, on the li'tli' inst. of William Urummond squire: ; :I I toned townships and fractional townships B1J'II.DI1TG.CONTAINING I The medicine is !so highly repute by some of 1M !
DESERTED At Florida Totrn, at tlu. House of Captain JameS four Rooms! with a Kitchen Ulltl| phjsiaau* for the cure of various diseases, that to "
to wit : in, iluatrd NO. i>>>. Sect eta ry i the proprietoi's own kno lede. ten gtntleso of
John Fuller North of the base line and West of the Street, near llic Navy Yard. Posscsi to he had I the medical fnculiy were induced to try it in ii! ...
On Mark H'ntrr Off, at the house of i\\a\ Hon.Timothy I
eases, to which
1'\itdleH-!! Meridian.Township I I i on the 1st. Juntinry in'xt. For further particulars I II I they themselves had b"en subject [:
I and found
Marines nbout 22 years .jfae'. "' feet 7 incl.e 1 aj,j>ly to great benefit from its me ; one parlicuT
high, hatel eyes, sandy hair and f.iir completion mill I lo hereby nominate and! appoint the followingfMrvms two, of range twentyuvo.Townships I G eo. W. Barkley. laily. residing .'\ .. "," N. J. whosedissolutioo
nnd enlistment. Biarksmith. i to receive the. \otout said Klertion: ; vi/: three fOill'ilnd five, was threaiuned by a severe attack. of hrercow- l
by occupation pteviout
a one, two, I
Ponsncola, Off. Cfii tt|,. JS}O.-. 8-tf
plaint, which had
Whoever I .. previouslyrt rUiil.d lJ
will apprehend tic| *aiL Fuller III I'IiSICfl1l.J.hu of twenty-three. I -- - -- -- I-o"n treatmenl
nnd deliver him at ,his. or' 'U"r oilier Marine Station :- range was in the course of a few weeks rcttorel
de la Una J\ S. and Samuel five of Notice YtoYfc\v ive.n
four :\\nd range I lr
:; ,
io the United SWB' shall receive the' above-: f iiites ; Townships- one, 1 1tw to enjoymi-ut of pelted health, -

reward. !: At hr Ifinisr of Pr1ir Korge, nty-ttJur. TO nil honi it may content that Mal iano I The act omits whicrliave been received fioto r

G. F. tindsuI I Jeroini ih Ingraham, I I"wolt'r Chapman, nnd Townships one, three, lour and five, of! /; ." i is dead), nflfr hating duly made and the agents good in diflerent effects parts, of the Union, speaking .t
Daniel .Monroe twenty-five. I I'liUhshed n I at Will "lItl l Te..iameni, wherein shelpJnh,1IE.t produced l>y the syrup, au. snfficient -
Lt. ; range to
compile at this
Commanding. lime
an volume of
he subscriber Executor who lia octavo
of i ( qualiliril -
tAME DEPOT, i On the 1L..
p nsacola F. Jaouary2itt.. l&W.: Radford L. Cottri I, B ij-uiiin! : (;iainrr, and John H. j: All (persons indented, to tine ('gtatf':11 e requested to tilt t'tU'es. t.
:Moore ; Townships two, throe, four and five, of!I make iinim-dinle' pnl ntenl mid those In whom the The doses of the Columbian' Svrtip." are judiciously
j I estiiteis inilcMfdio! their chums for proportion!, and adapted io the age and .
Notice. On the Kant side nf Kvcmn'iintirrr: range!: twenty-H-voi., present pay strength of the human
I WilJiatn: Druinuiond: J.UIUM Ure\v>tcr, and Ilfiijumiu Frti'll.dnJi township one, of ran'ro tweityeight I nicnt \\itliin the time )piescrilied t>y LHW. innocent, that no evil rf ects system.need It be is so perfectly i

JN pursuance of an Order of the HonorabV the Merritt ; -.V Ht of St. ar .\ de (ialvebay.. I I JOHN DE LA RUA. l from it, "lien taken agreeably to the apprehendedl dirt>>cllOn.. ,
lUnvCI.rl for the CouiUy>> of I K"' -unbi.i.4O0 At Florida Ttnrn Executor. It be
given without r
Fractional: township, <>nv, of range \vnty j i may any apprehension to the;
of lainl JIIW" Fpillman, aJllud (). :Mu-f: ,"I.! Jniin A. I pl'.!'<;$lcoh. Oriol>rr9thny 1B-!! ). most tender infant or feeble adult
arpeiis : i III 1':,,": ei-dit!, east: of I Blackwater lLts 'j jTownships -- -- I MEDICAL RrcouMKnoATORY: NOTICE

'elontI f' to the estate of Domingo: Gynzrl: ,'I... .'ir IHact: I l"aft r CV.v two, three, four and l live o! 1! NOT I 1'E. .. II:1.u.. .n..n..I".1- n....._ _nn___ .u&.___ .-_--_ _," _p. ..fivrtffnitCOLUMBIAN ,I..I..._ ,
e.a5f'diI'l H- c ,11 I AtPUBLIC r. n e t\vcity-ei'jlit. HK Suli\ ;riber teslmni'iitorv executor of the Svnup" in my own private practice i
AUCTION, John Hunt,A. (i. Luther, nn.l Timotiiy Tuitd.e"And ; Townsh: \psiwo, ihreo ;and loin 'd'! Aii.e'I'4)ilchif : I .E "I.Mc Ynigo (iarcitt irqucst those who have fwriiemfy' twe > '*urs, nnd having witnessed its decided ,1j

the Persons !hcreinbcfure; 1I'lII1t'll.! :ar' re jiiivteilnnd rini P. ;iniin-.i the said estate to jiiesent! their nci : efficacy in many cases which had previously .
the Court In *he iiv' -."f P.'ns.:,-ola! on twenty-nil i '. I I .
fit H'Misr
indebted the resisted' the usual ,
rl"lurf'ct; l Ii' roit-luct and maiii'Si* That said }:ll ('- I i .u:"" lot pi\iu; *'iit ; and tliose to remedies. I now with inucbjilersure
Tuesday, 23rd March next! tin : .ail, it i is ma!lt> tin duty ol'tlit <;iiil \Manigr: : ; ? liyKnv I one, of range t'iriv-i: 'iie. (jiuc; to stttlcitliin! the shortest ilelay give my testimony in its favour, Dud will quote i

AC 12 o'clock M ; io satisfy an.I p-iv tho drbf!R oftnjr to J keep th Poll open fnt'i: fa o'dCII k in ili.I .- 'I'\)\n.l>I hijN] t lluve I fou:; and i fi\r, ut'rtn. c I ANTONIO POL. H f-fv of I rll! <" most rcuiuikAhle cures performed \ty

caui deceased : Ihl' Itil 1.lIt"II-i> itr nlif! nnrjivi I'""l'II'III1. uuti :* <,Vlork) in tin! Al I eriumu ; tnd then! thirty two.Townships. I I Peusacola.Octobpr 1 14, 1829-3711. *, IIP! snmiwhirh name under my notice. '
,!ed half of Right bundled jirprn* >iuatcd: ( i- \ t I jir.iri'l. i publir \ iexv, to .mini tlie. \otr... gi\cn at ; four aiid five of flirt I Ii Mr. John Hint-kle's jon. of Abington townshto- "
the bank of the river St.1\laf\Ic (;i'I"R. i their u>ji"inc I Precinct :; and. on the !succeeding range Montgomery county, I'a. of ulceration cube mouth ,

:]):VF. Cruppi'r ,lay, to tr.n INunit a Matement of llii J'n'.N! t', the Prei'in.s three. i F FHkliioiiHhle I 5UMAIEK CLOTUINC I II and throat and violent inflammation of the eyes .
'' ,,.!: J'l.1il'e of tb.* ('ntitv. who .k\ .11!I. onnt the votes.ami ; South of tilt base: !line and west if the o arrived And for sale llie jng i lie disc-****. had! tlef'roycd the soft parts of the
Clirk r.rnlri:
by W. HaspllHniit, !). C. i thereof 5h (iO\ 'IW1r. of CONSISTING OFliluck. the bourn and made its. way into the nose.-Mrs.

Prn' co""' IfithJan: 1BW.: -4a -fi| : 1. ( 'I'llpJKT, ; township one, range iwentyone. iiri.un, jiml Green Hi>m*>nzren Mary IVie.rson, of Wilmington Del confirmed
ScrufulH under which she laboured nearly three
t'lri'i ("OtiTt.hv yoatucs and Frock Coats "
'unitty of She had *
Fractional townships one and two, years. scrofulous uln'ra'i..n.'
Notice. W. Ilasoll I limit 1 n. c. I Angola, Circnsbian! and Trench: Linen do. with iiI on the 'left side of the neck t'owii to hc-r breast ; the '
lJi;; ) ido.Trritorv range twentythree.Fractional I vaiit.ty otPANTILOONS breast 'cry much enlarged ; her left arm s"lle.n
n.H'tlaJ,111 \7
do hereby zive notie! tall pors it: not t.. haibor ,. January, 1 townships, one and tvo, of I and useless, and her head the affected side
re ,
conceal, sell to, or buy from. 111wit & VESTS .
l range twenty-four. dining on the shoulder and! violent pain in her

Raclmel ? of Florida Township one, of rr.jigo twenty five.Township sniiii, for the season.While system. General Thomas Sny':rr..of Rhcunialic r
Gaylcr and Brown French m.en, Can affection of
iI.FnHtional drillings. the head, followed by tin obstniction of
Western District llh'l1)r) Court one, range I twenty
94 she has left my bed and lH,nnlrithniit, any lawful of ion, Grass; Bnmbaxeen: mid FancyJACKETS. the nostrils ; severe pain in the upperjaw, rulend- .
': provocationAnd I do hereby. ,i\c not ire to Kscanibia Coiinlj.: : township two, range twentysix. ; lug (rom the nose over the! cheek bone ; the cftevkc :

jJ): iK>r on determined not to pay any debts of her cllntractill TALL TKK3I iSjy. Fractional townllip"= | one and two, ol Fine plain and frilled lnm shirts ; Black italian Irntine !Jiorat ulcerntion of the 'left "oi.iIITucllOIl ; : ', ob'

John Claylor.Twambla : range twentyseven.Fractional j rritii; > and! stocks ;. liilk pocket handkerchief of the' same ; loss o(smell difficulty of r.
Public Notice and of :, silk and cotton Hosiery ; black' horse-skin, lieuvn breathing, and severe .pain of the 1&rfm-Ma.
111)4: : one two,
County, January 11th, : ; townships Mustek's wife
son and
and !'nun gloves ; silk, cotton nnd wonted sns daughter' ; Rfrx. Mtuick el
Notice Is Hereby Given range, twenty-eight, East of Pensacola and priulors ; black, white and' lit>.&l }hats, of fine qnalies Chronic Rheumatism with whichshe bad been

E..c Jami f Qitin, i THAT tbist.uit; has h eon in- head, nnd daughter of scorhuric affection of the
-ftflT: copartnership: hcrotolorc existing in this rs >tiuted! by attachment in tfiuVilliuni Mary de GalveFractional! ,/. 1 BOOTS gum ann! ditchnrge from thr. left.t"l\r.-St pJifn.! ,
place under the finn of \ O'Jhara, ) .Superior Court, I'.scainMaCounty. : township ono of rnngo twenty Snare's son of tarioiis affectirn of the shin ; nearly ,
KOPMAN $ if YEll, The Defadanl and all other person interested I L'iuht: K.ist: of Bl.ickwater; have I II i ANDSIIOE& .M the whole of the, shin .bone vas destroyed together,

find in Now Orleaaa under that of arc hereby required appear. and l'l l ;ad to I -Fractions of (townships one and two, ofraniro $c. with many of the smaller bones of the foot.-Mr k

lIrE 4KO M/LV, the Declaration.Penacola. East and West of Ks- James M'Minn, of liver complain mid sthma
J. O'Neill.
i$ this day di" olved by mutual consent nil tho sotaring January rfth, 1s4G13t.N.tvy : : () : cambia! I which :he had npunrd of nine years.Mrs. Myers 4
any claim* against said concern hern arc requetedt.prent hay. Pcn:nrola! May 12lh, 18 9.-14tf. h. 1 of ulcerated sore mouth nod throat, and her daughter
them for settlement, nnd all tbo chi4ebed To nship} one, of range thirty. I oficrofula. Besides the diseases above enumerated

will please make i ntnii.itc payment to AUEXT'S OITICI, \ Fractional township two, of range thirty. Notice.ALL prescribed the Syrup with great success ;4I
II. ",ere Ponsacola, Dec.:: 1st, 1829. } Fractional townships one and two, of in mercurial cases and secondary wyphili -

Henry Konwim, G EALED Proposals! will he rccuived at I. thirfonl'. persons interested in the Estate of John In giving this testimony of the merit of the I
range ow deceased, urn hereby notified that the "Columbian Syrup"l have di\esied my language
henry Ilvvr. this OlVice until tin<< I fit ro.t:
Tie 1'.uineu hero will in future conducted' nnrl next to supply the West India Squadron and range, thirty-two. officio fidiniHisler on said Kstxte, pumuanl to ait derMood by those, to whom it is intended to conveyits \I.:

: general assortment kept by II. I Ilier.pnaetla I Navy Yard with South: of the base line and East of the order of the lion. the Presiding Judge of the effects. The length of time the diseases have
ig :. January 15th. 1wt-47-.U.() l\II ridian. County Cou.t r'In' person-* having IIny demands been dissipated, convinces me. that the cures arc ".
against; aid Estate *'111! present! them without permanent, and! it may with propriety be said; that
\ Notice Fresh Beef Townships three, and four, of range four. delay. its healing qualities rank it among the first reme- '

A\D Fractional: township! live, of lange! five.Townships II. G. Ramsay, dies of the present day. I

1X weeks after data: I shall apply for one aim two, of ranee six. Clerk. JOHN 1. MAYWEU, M. D.
Philadelphia, March 5, 1828.
SJ'letter of Administration, on the estate Vegetab le.c. Townships two, three and eight of range WnIion October IGth 1829 38tf.
____.County.______ on ._, __ ___ The above mentioned Medicine can be procured j
of Milley Porter, deccJised. ten. \ : nt three dollars per quail buttle of the Subscribes
.- James Daniel, FOR ONIi YEAIl. I Fractional; townships two, three and four, .otiee is 1uyiIflV1U: who will exhibit to any person applying, the cent '

Vhhyi1eJ&ekRon. County, free. lOllI ItBD-I.Vfit The proposals to state the pricu per pound and townships) five and ten, of range eleven. TO ALL WHOM MAY CONCERN, ficatcs of cures alluded! to by Doctor Mayweg:

of !leer and the terms upon which the vegetables : Fractional townships four and five, and I THAT James Parker is dead, and that letters Vanbaun & Wilson.:

N'f\CFje ; will he furnished. : township ten, of range twelve. on his estate have been Pnsacola.15thJa''ittv.) 1829. .
io the r. ttte of John! i t .(l lo the Subset-iber. All indebted to -. .' -- -
person indebted Boud and security will be required for I Iho Fractional townships five and six, of gtHiil persons
ALL make
to itrmedinte
,deceased.! : are. tyfr;juested; I the estate are requested to make payment
payment, and all r-fersons having claims; faithful pcrfornrince of the contract. range thirteen. and those in whom the estate is indebted to : S)., IWCOORE,
: against !said! estate are requited to pre'ent them wjtl.- For further information apply at this Office. I The townships and fractional townships present theft latnis nttMu the time prescribed by

in the titne prescribed by Law toAnn Charles P. Tntt, will be offered/ in the order aho\c<<. designated, I 1ft\V. FOR TIlE PROPRIETOR,

?peiden.Administratrix.. Navy dgcnt. beginning with the lowest number of Sectionin Jamea Finlay, Pub\\8\\et ot txeor LS.'W8 .

Administrator i:
t tf.
_Peatacola, Pec.6th. 1833! -42 ft._______ (1 .__ Pentaco'a kt. 24. 1820.-38-91. TUVNZTD .
I 4- I The lands reserved by law for tlic use of -- -- ST&'EA&DOPT'

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

iiIx:, weeks aner date, I',,,hall apply! to tlm) ]sm."j- THE firm CcytiriiiiMihin of ilaine,.&rirloforc CJalci' i is by niisiinjr mutual under con- I from sale. of 5TRHE Jl Unileraiffned; hfis the ircciced instructions of valuable to TERRITORY OF ,FLORIDA-- iI I
4 .iding Juttice of the Co nty Court of J.icks, Hits \ d'ignlvrd. TJiosc bavin;; demands Given under my hand ,at thcf City < prevent or punish ruttivg I
ifnt \y
the Public Lands. These instructions -
? for Letter of AdrnVnt ration on the IliUiJ: ttini-jt Washington, this fifth day of October rirnher. upon .
()ndy,. x ninst titid; firm will jil leae peiE'nt itilc extend not on y to Live! Oak and! Cedar, hut .
fJf, MicBiKt llxwtoi, c1l1ce3 fd. \sn
L. 1 M. Stone. I .Ifuh'cl l '\ill confer H (J" rtlcuUr favor by tettlingfOUlltS. ANDREW JAC1SON.Biipreadeut Land, for M he purpose (Shipping for the use mont in deferred elx months, SIX DOLI.AR8

:alaaFee.2d' Novcmr.P42tBLANKS! th(11 : of Saw Mills Sic*' It is to be iiniderstoodhoweven ,
3 .
bo retired.jn7 :
Sidney P. Haines, that the instruction!; do not ripply' to limber uje J for will .f41f
GF.ORGC GRAHAM. > tnwrtd consplctonsty nt ON J
Advcrtis mcnts
I IQf Haitiuel Gates. fuel or for plantation| ( nurpo es.Bcnj. "
Commissioner of the General LaRd j. D. Wright, DOLLAR for orr.ry foorteen lines o r I Ics i

ne'rJ desc'r\"t\ou ne.ntn.eetteA \, Th' f biiiiicss will in future be conducted by o jfir.f, U. 8. Att6rnrV.Pcriacb. the first insertion. :md l FIFTY CFNT .fur CX- .f
UMinl ,
Samuel Gittl who keeps his good supply. r:4:
a\ VIIi i\\c Pent* Ja, August aid, 1629-2itf. October 9t 1829-td?._ -, :'th ;ie', l 9.--: I"I' flttq "y