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: February 6, 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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of Florida.BY ) I Sttid stock( to be forfeited to the company, the time being, for the transaction of no commercial importance, and conseqiient-} be saved. I In the present state L. of tl JtSS.
j j", 1 new stock to be issued for the amount so business.\ I; I ly containing but few of the artificers requited such materials are distributed among so many
c-- -- -- -=== forfeited' to be subset ibed for at the office of j i Sec. 6. Be i! further enacted, That said II III i on such occasions. yards, that the expense and difficulty

said company.Sec. I i Commissioners shaH have full power and aio The commissioners observe that "the collecting them at any one point frequeitly
2. Be it further enacted, That in hereby invested with the authority; to pi event i greater number of navy yards the greater exceed their value." I have understood

addition to the fifth section of the act, to :'I lor remove nuisances, to license retailers of>II must be the expense." So will two ships ;I:from:i authority which cannot ,be doubted,

which this is an amendment, the following i I spirituous; liqiiois, and prescribe such rules cost more than one, provided they arc of';,; that it has been the practice of the Navy

provision be added, "All payment for stock i and I I regulations as may deemed necessary j jI the same;/ class. Still it may be true economy '1 Commissioners to mako specific contracts! "
made in bills of the United States Bank for the good order and quietude of said town. to have two ships} instead of one. It for the materials required at .each yard

or any of its Branches, shall be at the risk of I They shall furthermore have the power to also may be sound economy to haH six !;|. The heavy timber, particularly the live oak,

si'ch person paying in bills as aforesaid, to- j: prohibit all sorts of gambling to regulate i yards instead of the number proposed<<1 by I;:; i is fashioned, in the forest, and the requisite

gethcrf with all discounts, insurance and expenses j markets, to conuni ion and license weighers, j!I the commissioners. If a given muubei, of!i: quantity nicely estimated, by which the expensc -
m----' exchanging said paper into gold or I tu direct tho sife: keeping of the! standard of men be required to perform n given quantityof j!. of freight is diminished, and waste is I
silver, and placing the same into the hands ,weights ar.i'i measures to provide) for the work
-_- I I I our ability to obtain them at six: : prevented. Admit, however, that them
--- of the president or cashier of said company, I: opening and preservation of streets, squares, large commerei! ;:! ports! would bo greater : should be a few sticks of timber left, after
ACT at their office, and the amount of such discounts f wells, pumps' and Other public stiuctuies, to I than at three whirl denied
these : vessel which
ports are building a large might be usedin
I To authorise Joseph (H. Howell to build a insurance and expenses, with interest :: appoint[) patrols for said town, and prescribe I' illh ;U1tagcs. It may bp s..id that mechanics constructing small ones, could they not be
Mill] on the Chi/ioli/' River. from the payment of such bill, to the recep- j' tides and regulations for their government, ran bo from
I transported or.o! point to another.l i fib advantageously( worked under the
Be it enacted by the Governor and legislative tion of said gold, or silver, at the office of and generally: to provide such laws and rcgti- It should: be recollected however the up
that this I present ;:s proposed arrangement Arc
Council of the Territory of Florida, satd bank sha'I!' be in silver." or!
I paid gold or : 1-itions for ine police and good government tt-ouhl :
( require: inurli each
so : as to be inconsistent wo not budding at yard vessels of '
That Joseph H. H on el II.I be, Dud is hereby Sec. Be it enacted That deem every
3. said
further so place is they may uieccsiry.Sec. I with I class But
despatch. Besides admit that did
this plan we not would
authorised, and veted( with all ttot* rights andprivileges much of the eighth section of the act, to 7. Be it further enacted, That said: i would be ] J I tire ,
incompatible with for of collecting and
of buildiug a set of mills gins or economy, I expense transporting-
which this is amendment fifteen Commissioners their chairman
an as :
requires through on mechanics
the River in ; would prefer working for ]less I I !few sticks to a distant yard, be a thousandth
uny other machine on Chipola be before the stockholders of shall have to !
per centum to p.'iid magistrate police, power
where the fans I waives at home than: abroad. Were they to :[I ;part as great n$ would] be incurred by the
Jackson County, same declared be into effect all I I laws and of;
are to a body i emulations! "
corporate, carry J IIhl\' tire
I ) Minmios! : of the government,'andrVpjiirto I shipment of the live oak and 'other valuable
iwcntJ' three in ; ,
section Township j, 0
through be and the same is hereby repealed ; and their own Board : Provided neverthelessthat I
a distant city, they would! be eitherobliged : material, from the yaids which it is -
north anllVest and propped
four, rnnge ten, use I from and after twelve and imprisonment.-
a baliper centum : no punishment liy I \
to separatethomsoKos} from their tu abandon to those which it is determined
of said river for the of said
the) wntr-rs ; use is in shall be other violation 01 the wdiinncc' ,"*
paid they a corporate body, according contempt or families
: Mf !siihjcrieii to the of to retain ?
mills, or machine, in any way he may think i to the provisions of the said recited of said] commissioners, shall! exceed expense
1\\'l'lIt.\.1: transporting; ; thorn to the same residence.In All this waste expenditure is
I'rovided ho shall in obstruCt
proper, no case, four hours, nor jli2.'i' any fine: ( (
: either case their additional] lent of t tho immense sacrifice of the valuable
and free art.Sec. ,
I expense
the of said
: passae 4. Be itfurthtr enacted, That when sum ci.o'I1 dollar) ,?. I
which could nwt h bo inconsiderable" be mblic of houses
I inu-t property, consisting shops.,
river. I the cashier is appointed, !he shall enter into I Sf t" 8. Be it further enacted That siid:
p.iid to them)( as a bounty to induce them to &c. which would result] from the adoption
And be it further enacted That
Sec. 2. bond, with sufficient security, in the sum of Commissioners:: shall have tl.e power ami :,mthority -
temporarily' change their residence. Underihe } of this scheme. If the
in force from and after its i ila ill-digested present
shall bo << iI ii'
this act twen.y thousand doll us, for the faithful per- to appoint constable, uh.s duly i: !
I StEOIIist! t inducement it is not yards be the fine which
piobable given ships are
I duties and in of defalcation shall lie to :11 eimnv.tiug boon :
sagC' I formance of his ; case !ervti ;: process
th.it time al lht;! workmen could be procured, now protected) by houses, and which are improving -
Passed, November 10th, 1829 judgment shaH be obtained against the. said corporal*; 'jody. and to stppress' ;:!!1I
ts the.y could find abundance- instead of
always be
an : deteriorating, must '
him and his securities, on motion in nnv riots, i nuts, ;I Travs; and bir..cl of the
mploymrnt, ?i r.1 I lihr-ral:: at their aunched. In that event it would requiro.
I wages
AN court of this Territory having jurisdiction peace, contrary 'i> lite-I :j'iod ol.e'! and: l l--ii-i i .
i .
I "' loublo the
To amend "an act.. ( regulating the mode of thereof, and in case of appeal, he or they mOllY of society ; ;md. f.)1"i t I.is p-n'):>"-, L, i- 1111 sum to keep these vessels in re*
suing out writs of l'lror, and prosecuting shall pay fifteen per cent damages, together hereby vested uith all the ;authirity t i"ejliiiiul ::; > B.thm. reduction proposed, iho commissioners -, pair, that it would do to support all the navy.
appeals, in iho court of Appeals uf the with interest r.nd cost in the event of finaljudgment. privileges of t'je constables of lie '\eralniaistrates' "I remark that, "the expenses would 1)(. yards which are now thought to be super
: reduced i I and o I efficiency( greatly promotedsystem ; lluous.My.
Territory Florida. distri-Ms in this T ;iii i iv.
-. -n ,. /* .* I til I__* __ Sec. Be it Tint : ;and. nnifoimity, might h(' more easily: notes on die remaining portion of the
Be it enacted by the Governor axdLegislativc :Se: J>. tie it jurincr cnacrca, i nai so 9. further enacted, said
prpscI'\'d! !, and the accountability of thoM.having .- report will form another nnmber.V.-
Council of the Territory of Florida, much oi ,!ac sixth section of the said recited Commissioners hall have power II) enforce: .
That, so much of the nct, to which this is an act as is occupied by the scale suffrage: be the ('olll'ct hm of an} fines, debts, dues! do- : the direction, rendered more certain -wv Hi J
rind the NttZ-York
: I hay 'rom Courier and
)precis- ? already stated fuels Enquire
amendment, as requires the defendant to and the following be enforced and mnnds or forfeitures due s'iid:! corporation ;
repealed, states that the Masonic
which render doubtful! Report committee
i the
give bond for the judgment, or condemnation placed in its stead, to wit : for one share PioVided 'icv et heless, the partcs m..)' lie! I plan of the "
"Literary Emporium
money in tho couit below, l IJe, and the und not more than two shares, one vote fur beard in pcrs >ti or by counsel I, ard that "p. submitted will chimer reduce the expense, or the followftg lately ,
t same is hereby repealed, and that the defendant each share ; above two and not exceeding peals to the county or superior coirts be noi promote the efficiency of our nilY.rhy I propounded faculty of Harvard College questions to the j

from and after the passage of this ten shares, one vote for every two shares ; allowed ; Aivl provided further, tl 1 M the system, uniformity, and accountability can- ;
act shall, be required to give bond for all I! above ten and not exceeding sixty shares, said corslahlc shall: leceive, exact; : or claim; not ho maintained; in six yards, as well as 1st.: Whether King hiram was acttiallyaFree 'I
.. three or f-Mir, i difficult! to comprehend, and Mason 1 1 ... .
cost and damages that may accrue, damages one vote for every three shares ; above sixty 110 other or gm ;ster fees for h hi;* eitiCeSare than
not to exceed twenty per cent, at the discretion and not exceeding one hundred and fifty-two provided 1:1 similar, eases: \\1)' 1.lw ; th.. \ must l bo left to I the commissioners theiiiMlvesto 211.VhC'tJlCr Free Masons arc actually

of the court of Appeals.: I shares, one vote for every four shares ; aboveone said commissif nors !shall have the: power (Iii explain. Woul.l I there Le a greater difficulty initiated by being broiled on. a gridiron. I

Passed November 12th, 1829. I II hundred and fifty-tw shares, one! vote levy a tax on to vn lots, and applv, the same I in niaintaiaiujT a\ uniform system of 3il. Whether the abduction of Captain I
I tactics, or accountability, on oaid d MX ships
for five shares. tl) SuCh), useful iiuhlicand charitable. purpose Morgan may not lawfully be visited
every ,.. \ than three ? Tho argument! nf the romniNsioiers upon
"- '" cieeRi
ANACT the all
Sec. G. lie it further enacted, I. hat! so ;!ts tliry may neccss.iry: tu advance Free Masons and their posterity forever
To establish a ferry acioss the Choctaw- much of the 12th section of the above recitedact I iulen.sl and welfare ol >.iid lU\' o. I is certainly; as ;ippli(. Lo! to the according to the Scriptures 1 .
hatcbie: River or near Wells lauding on as reads "payWe\ as the bills aforesaid," Sec. I O. Be it further enacted, Tint the lone case: as to the other. 4th. Whether a voluntary bath taken iOsecret .' .
"By reducing tl c number of yards
said river. be made to read, "payable in the bills afore chairnan or magistrate of police stall! keep says may not be openly violated withou1'
Be it enacted by the Govcmor..and Legislative said.: a book, in which he shall record the proceedings the report, "more work would necessarily :

r Council of the Territory of Florida, Passed, 20th November, 1829. and -orders of the Commissioners at I have: to he done at each. This would enable perjury ..
" .. limO government to concentrate artificersship'arpl'nter" 5th Whether a cat runs round after its !
several lie shall
That James Bright be and he is hereby their meetings ; ket'p a ;
vested wilh the right of establishing a ferry and correct account of all tin; receipts and ( } anti oilier necessary mechanics, tail, mistaking it for its own tail or the tail .

across the Choctauhatchie river, at or near AN ACT money coming i into his hand-; and of all 1 d is. and! give thorn constant employment." TIm another cat? l

Wells landing, and he is hereby vested with To Incorporate Webbville, in Jackson ursements made by the Commissioners ; it practicabiliiv of this scheme is somewhat To the first ques'ion a negative was given ..- .

all and singular the immunities and privileges Connty.Be shall be his duty to issue all notices, adverisements doubtful. Should the exigencies of tho nation ,! ; to the second, third, and fourth, an affirmative I tJ

S belonging to iho same, for and during the it enacted by the Governor and Legislative process ;md receipts, for an.I on require the building of three setcnty- : but when they came to the fifth, ', t
term of ten years, from and after the passage Council of the Territory of Florida, eh'ilf> of said corporation, to preside their fours, and as many frigates. at the saute the learned President, the Honorable JosJah I I

I of this act : Provided, ho continue to : That Harris B. Ciews, Hosea Prosier, E. meetings{: ami to preside on all process ema- time, and with utmost despatch, two or three Qumcy, Esq. was so overcome, that 'ho 1- (.
beep the same in good repair. J. Bower, Richard L. Watson and Soars fluting, by virtue of this act ; and when. dis- thousand workmen might be !necessary. burst into tears, and the faculty adjourned : t

Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That it Bryan, and their successors in office, be and uirsements or appropriations of money are Wh.:n this work is accomplished!, it mightnot out Of respect for his feelings Owing to t

shall be the duty of the said James Bright, they are hereby created a body corporateand I to be mado, to notify all\ ,the Commissioners be found expedient to employ more than this untoward circumstance, the world must "' '
bis heirs and assigns! to keep in good repair politicby tho name:' and style of"Com or *,o many thereof as may he within the eighty or a hundred of this number. How I remain in doubt as to this important point. .'

a fiat- oat sufficient dimensions to trans missioners for the Town of Webbville," reach of his process7, to attend at the meeting then are the two thousand supernumeraries _____ <

. port across said liver a loaded wagon and and as such, may assume the rights and privileges ending> wherein there is to be a diabuisetueut bo disposed of? Is the government to retain Deer Hunt by Steam.-On Monday last, :iJ-\f

team, and he shall fee entitled, at the said ofa body politic or corporate, with the or appropriations of money. ,' them as pensioners ? Or must this important as the steam boat Trenton was on her .pas- ?(

ferry, to receive toll/ at such rates, and shall trust, powers and duties hereinafter pro Sec. 11. Be farther enacted, That this 1 I' body of useful men, who have boon_ sage from this lily to New York, the Pilot .

be subiect to such regulations: as may be vided. act shall take effect( from and after: i.s; I, brought from their distant homes, ho unceremoniously .' discovered. Deer swimming across the Rar j

established by the county court of the county Sec. 2. Be further enacted, That said passage I II i discharged, and thus subject the itan, near Sandy- Point. Chase was given '.J I

Washington and the Legiila'.ive acts of Commissioners shall hold their respective I Passed, November 19th, 1829. society of the place, to thc inconvenience, by, the steam boat, and be was run dow .

II'. this Te ritorv. I I offices for and during the term of one year, noise) &and\ ( riots, which large numbers of unemployed Not being disabled ; tho small boat was manned -, : ,i' ,
Sec. 3. And be further enacted, Thatit from the date; of their appointments ; and individuals: commonly( produce 1 and in pursuit. One mr jumping oVei- .

shall not be lawful for any other person to they shall have power, audit is hereby made COM. RODGER'S REPORT. -When a numerous body of mechanics arc I board and attacking the Deer i in the river, ;\ "

establish or keep a ferry on said river within their duty, to fill all vacancies that may hap- From the National Gazette. employed 1 by government at several places, they succeeded m capturing a famou Buck; '

four miles of the ferry herein established, I pen.in their body, by death, resignation or The following brief notes were written at the same t.me, and particularly: in large weighing ISO T'nUn4 It is thought the _.. ;
unless the same be for his, her, or ttiuir own : removal, and shall in regular succession, at while reading the Report of the .Boaid of I cities! they may be employed or discharged, I speed of the Trenton will now be put beyond 1

exclusive\ use, and nut for the purpose ef regiving -: the expiration of their term of service, hold Navy Commissioners to the Secretary: of without! producing cither excitement, inconvenience I all doubt, as she has not obly beat .

! toll, except upon roads laid out by an election on tho first Monday in Januarynext i the Navy. Believing that I have corrected or extra expense. I every boat that ever contended against her,
S older cf the government of the United for the requisite nuniuer of members, some of the many errors contained in that "By having few yards," it is added!, "and I I I but actually run down a Deer, in presence I

. Stages, and this act shall be in full force from (Citizens of said place :) Provided, that in all! paper, it might subserve tho public interest those judiciously arranged, and provided of two hundred passengers, who were eye
p and ;after: its V8ssage..ra caSQS when the said Commissioners shall to give them publication."To with tho necessary conveniences, much witnesses.-New Brunswick Times. '

,3 eJ.. November 17th, 1829. t fail to hold an election, as is prescribed, it maintain any one yard," they remark, I might gained in the amount of daily labour -
t shall and may be lawful for any justice of the "beyond the number necessary for building. I performed.' Ship-ca rpenters and other mechanics The Millennium.-An English paper

. AN ACT peace[ residing within tho limits of the aforesaid and equipping our shins with the utmost working under cover, can not only states that a Mr. Edward Caird; Arbroath,
the Bank view bo considered . To amend an act, "To incorporate incorporation, or most convenient thereto -I despatch, can, in no as per \ s
of' West Florida-: to appoint three discrete persons, citizens I consistent either with economy or tho want* from rainy or other inclement weather." !i 1 is to take place on the 29th Feb. 1832,
and This remark is correct but how it is I I..at ;53 minutes and 30 seconds 11 P. M.
1 Be enacted by the Governor Legislative of said Town Webbville, whose duty i it ol the service. very past '
" Council of tie Territory of Florida, shall be to give three days notice of ;an election This declaration may bo considered to be used in favor; of a reduction of nI\'y.1:

& t That so much of the fourth .section of the to be held to fill such vacancies, and truism which no one will attempt to contro i yards, is difficult to be understood. Cotton Canvass.-We visited the other

act, to which ibis is an amendment, as requires proceed to hold such election vert. It ma)' be asked, however, how many there no at present ship houses, timber lay, in company *Hh a number of gentle* '

five per .centum to be (paid on the Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That all i navy yards are necessary fulfil the wants, sheds, and work-shops, which afford a men, the fine ship New Lonaon, Capt. De- ,
subscriptiou instalment,be repealed, and two free white male citizens of the age of and answer the convenience of government. "cover" to mechanics, in all the six yards t shon, now lying at Dog River Bar. Her

and a hall per cent bo demanded and required one years, residing within the limits twcntY-1 There are at present six navy yards, viz. Have not these houses been erected at very sails are entirely of Cotton Duck, and we .

and that that part: of said section town, shall be entitled: to vole in the election' Portsmouth, New Hampshire Boston:: New great expense, and do they not afford as wer highly gratified with the examinationof

hich imposes a penalty of five per tent on of Commissioners of said Town. York, Philadelphia Washington, and Nor perfect u protection to the workmen, as the new article of dome tic manufacture,

all subscribers who do not when required to Sec. 4. B, it further enacted, That said folk. At each of them, I lu .of-banlo ships, could be procured by the plan ,proposed ? which this opportunity afforded. k.
pay' ia their second inHalment, be likewise Commissioners shall from their body electa I and smaller vessels have been built. At Those unacquainted with the actual conditionof Thc New London is a noble ship of 390

repealed and two and a half per cent be Chairman, who shall be known & describedas each of ihem also, materials have been collected our several naval establishments would he tons, built upon the most approved model,

forfeited instead of five per cent ; and that, "The Magistrate of Police," and not and are now collecting to build wthers. led to infer that the propositions of the commissioners and clad in her domestic attire, is an object !.

in addition to the said fourth flection, there more nor less than three of said Commissioners By this judicious arrangement the construction arc entirely novel, and that the of uncommon beauty. In this instance tho

be inserted after the words, "the person shall be necessary to constitute a Boardfor of our national vessels ara in progress nation has not hitherto enjoyed the advan- durability and other valuable porOperties of

failing therein shall forfeit whatever he may the transaction of butinesss.Soc. in various quarters of the Union at the same I tages of the improvements which they prd- cotton for tho use of ships, have been again %

a have previously paid" 'excepting stock- 5. Be it further enacted, That the time. In the event of "despatch being i iI pose. I have no disposition: to accuse the amply tested t and Captain Deshon adds the .

holders residing out of the Tcniiory ;' in I \ Chairman or Magistrate of Police is hereby I necessary," a point which the'comraission- commissioners of disingenuousness, yet their testimony of his experience and'"observation

y tl.at case it shall be the duty of the President l invested with the authority to convene the ers deem of much importance, is it reasonable report, in some particulars, is certainly well to the opinions recently promulgated' in respect ft

8 10 notify them for the term of six months, iu I Board\< as often as he may deem necessary,I to suppose that as much labor could be calculated to mislead a majority of readers.It to its suporiority oy r"ihe' best Russian

OUR of the newspapers of Mobile or Nevvrtenns r \ and in case of absence or neglect of saidt procured at three yards as at six 1 Would it is stated in the report that "by reducing -1 Hemp.-Qlolilt Commercial Register. ;

4.43r and in case said instalment is noi t i chairman or magistrate of police to convene\ I|; indeed he practicable to use despatch in case the number of navy yards, many mate 4.I "I. 1-
ttid \\'ilhin! the said six months, with intereM t said Commissioners, they may convene and I'l '! of emergency, provided our navy yards werei rials suitable for the construction of small Lorenzo Dis y.t "e. 1f ;)I pzeadt.- i .

:r If'rCOD from and after the thirty days; then i II ] Appoint a chairman or magistrate of policer! located at Norfolk and Newport ; plarm nf r q f"h wouM in the building! of larjro shi.-i*, ing in Mancfil1S! tt .






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: the sottlcrf oil thoPublic "Republic,.nccor hng 10 the of
rights to example Cam-
IatJ.-Tlo.tAs iutc ft resentstivcs, rwa5i one for grantiug to |I pre-emptioQ. : 1
luTe of Sugar in ..1IiissiJpi.-A Governor trf Jtur) yCAlt !: ;
Lands. Tho'Scnatc resumed, ax the peachy, .The ? acknowledge'the
late }] authority
Mrs. Susan Decatur the lady of the
) Governor of Mary ; .
r; Dickson oC Lawrence has elected
I. County, iccentsY oi.t. was \ Of the President 'Gcmutetio
the consideration of. ftr
offlerofthc so : |
made State. The Commodore Decatur, a compensa- | '!special day, ai rt '
lh.l gallant
experiments in.the relative. value land bv the Legislature! of ; '' dots interfere with
Foot not their
Phil-tho resolution submitted I\y Mr. pro new system
: tipn Gr the deatjuetion of tin Frigate | I
of cotton and the result of voting was as follows : i '
sugar crops Tha Slate
; of Csingresslto
: Government
into the 'expediency) amiall :
which are decidedly Tfi favor of the latter. I Car dI (Jackson)) 50 \ adtflphia, .iii4lie, :!harbor of Tripoli, in the 'I posing'an inquiry authorities in } r
General opposition to their :
of the abolishing the office of Surveyor SYS.tent .
Such a fact must l ht: of vast importance to : Daniel) Martin 43 \'Cilr lS03,-' )that lamented ornament the j: and of suspending Jhe of the Public are pronounced: null and.void Gen ;
L-Amcnca'n' biavy. passed through surveys
the landed intt in th South attention
tests : -- I
; SANTA ANNA arrived at Vera Cruz
Lands until those in the market atthe'minimum : on th
to it will regulate the cotton market so as! to On Saturday, the, Leg'iMatuic proceededby usual! stages by being read a first and second I already! heat 17th* ultimo.. He is spoken of as e
I shall been.disposedof. being jn
Governor time and made the order of theday for to- price ;
prcvcnt an .over stock, and \\il at thi same; joint ballet to the elcctigu of i r feeble health.& President GcERRF.no t
I t of After debate, in which, the rrst.lmiun; hasresigned
... Join Klay, -The resolution for the distribution! a
time lessen the quantity ol': iiupwtc ibrcigu of Virginia, when Gen. ) Floyd was
the ,
I I. Mr. Kane 'slid supported by powers extraordinary granted{
elected.' the Public Lands was again considered! and was opposed by ::
sugars. 1 j Foot Holmes and him l.y the Congress on account of tho
J Mr. Hunt resumed< and concluded his obi Messis.: McKinley, J
4 The of raised the Fni- The) votes were-
sugar i invasion. The National
Barton the Senate all0utel; without ; Spanish Congress i
: coming
nervations) on that subject. He was'ibllow- :; i
ted State*4ast year amounted: to about ejghty For Floyd, 140P. i *f convened in session at the
.6iScattering r' : by Mr. Lewis of Alabama.! The con- to any dccisicn on the question. Mr. ; extraordinary call
thousand! hogslcabs-fa, f.ircijrn: importations V. Daniel, jed
of the Executive the 11th
the elected Senator from! on December
Naudain .
exceeded thousand' 7CIIell I tested election case in the State of Tennessee newly
forty-two l State of Delaware and] took (In tho message of the President, he an.
In the experiments made; l>y Mr. Djd f'r- | was then taken no in committee of the the appeared: I the of the
I Whole 1 lr. A 1cUatlie in the chair and Mr. his I scat. j bounces rclinqtr.ghmetit: : extra or.
the ;
the land) J> On Thursday last I
son, cane was planted npon pine t>crs.- with which lie! had been
I Arnold spoke until near the hour of adjourn I In the House of ReprcscntatKcs, after ;; dinary powers ipa.
which upon a fair average \bad: ) )heretofore Hou.c of )Dele ;aiis closed) their doors for a vested. Ho in ftrcible
!j I" Messrs, Standifer, Buchanan and .the usual business of the day, Mr. McDulTicifrom i I I comments terms on
yielded only half bale of cotton to the acre. short time, and the gallery; and lobby here ment. t 1 the evils of motion
Polk also) addressed the committee, which, the committee of Ways and Means, le- !: necessary every which
The mill in which the ssrpr: w:is prepared I elcared, in consequence of a confidential) ': has to revolution and ,:
a tendency ; exhorts
of Mr. Lea rose and reported ported the hill appropriating the sum of seven ;
was of the most ordinary kind, crab wooden I communication fn>ni the Governor. "HuI upon motion 1 :
the soldiers not to to dictate laws
I observes the Richmond ) and obtained )leave to sit ;again.! Mr. Lea hundred and twenty one thousand dollars !- attempt to
cylinders ; the cane was ground but ("Hll'C,1 mor says, ( I Enquirer l nation
i the sovereign nor to deceive them.i .
cf improper has the floor : this interesting for the use and service of the fortifications :
and boiled in common household; kcUlts.-1 it rvlates to sonic printed p.Kiiplilet an to-day upon selves with false! of
I i hopes bettering! theirI
The result however was that three thousand: l fomplexinncctived! from Boston, question. of the United States during the year
condition.! A civil war he say3will\ ruin the
JANUARY i). 1830, which was referred to a committee of I ,
and addressed of ,
pounds were produced from two and a half] : to a portion our population. tho
nation and reduce to nothing
; resourcesnow
the Whole the of the Union. The
The Senate did not sit. on state
acres. A of examined! by competent :
sample sugar : negotiating for the relief of the netos
In the House of Representatives: several debate on the motion for the distribution of
be of I
judges was pronounced to excellent silies of the
From fta Ctxstitiftivnul l/'big./ Lands then resumed and i military.
Tea dollars! cwt. had bills were reported, among which, was one the Public wr.s; ,
quality. pt'r tho in the
Jan. 15. Mr. MoDutfie from the committee of Mr. Burgos concluded his remarks on that; i Among passengers Virginia,
been offered for it at the mill.-.V. Y- Coitr.PENSACOLA by ,
arc LL, MinisterPlenipotentiary
....... the Constitution was adopted ;
Yesterday Mr. Pettis of followed
-- ----- --- Ways :and Means, making an appropriationfor subject. Missouri, ,
;md by a majority of 1 ".-and! what has long the of Revolutionary and Invalid and! addressed: the House in opposition to ; from Mexico to the Govern/

GAZETTE heen foreseen! but which i i4 not the less:: remarkable Pensioners payment ;\11'. Burges addicssod the both the resolution and the. amendment attached !t bent of tho United Stales ; and Co). MBJU,

'" ''t! ---- -by the votes of that part of the house able speech, considerable length, to it, until th. ccnchiaion:' of the allotted ) !! Secretary of Legation, with their families. c f'1r.
F'BTt' !
i !\ POJ SI'T'r: expected in this vessel has
Convention chiefly, representing portion hour. He therefore retain i {
-- ,. -- "Q on the subject of the division of the Public : possessions

Arrival of the i aUllUuUl. of the people opposed to the call of a Convention Lands, nnd! had: not concluded/ his remarks of tin floor for tul1aThe* contestcd \ r.ot arrived. JUAN FERNANDES, of theMv.xic.in

and to any change, and in oppositionto when the hour allotted! to the debate had: Tennessee election :'a-'l: was next taken I Army, died! on board the Virginia
The U. 8. Ship Falmonth, heariri": tho broad on the SOIl ultimo. The of
loop) war FaU
tho votes of those, by: the instrumentalityof elapsed. Thu special) order of the day- up : and Mr.' Smith of Va.: spoke upon the
pcnd.int; of Com. Elliott, arrive slut anchored at theXnvy mouth was at the.island of Sacrtfitios, and
whose constitnent3 the was the contested election! between Messrs. Lea question l before the House, which was the .
Yard on Thursday last, front .1 crnize on the the in wa to sail, shortly, destination unknown.
called. Upon this result- manner and Arnold of Tennessee was then taken amendment: proposed by Mr. Taylor on
coast of Mexico. The Falmouth tailed, hence on till) 'I It is probnble.that she will.ordered home '
which it was c 1 ('ted-llul: the history of the upand Mr. Lea addressed the House, in Tuesday, to annul the election of the lion. ,
Oth of November last. She I left Vera Cruz the and 1 that
on jt1r..Putet:.E1T wjll return in hor.
Convention shaM: in a 1 few days speak ourminds and I .
we reply to the remarks of Air.lrnold, given Pryor Lra. After an ardent, protri.ctetidebater r.
Stfi of January, and to whew The Yirgini: has board
proceeded Tampiro on $.140,000 in
freely. Meantime: we congratulate Oil a former- day. This subject occupied) in which Mr. ..Stores of. N. Y. Mr.Sttonp .
t he received on board Mr. Pi i inett: ,' late 5IinistiT to in }la ,specie, und! a quantity of plate, co, hinpal, &c. .
the people I that tin mountain so long the House until the/ hour of adjournment, Mr. Ellsworth i, Mr..: HuntirTgtonfan l \

Mexico, Mr. Mason, Secretary of Legation, Count hour, is delivered at last-and we give them which vas\ made -fi 1til Monday next. Mr. Daniel, joined, Mr. Barringer moved .Evening Post.y:
de Lilleurs, and Messrs. and l'i"lwr:1l1) ol
Keating this advice, satisfied! from observation of its Jan. 11.The Senate was principally- the previous .question. This call was, upon
whom were landed at the Balizc. We cnnnt learn From Nassau.-By' II. B. M. schr Pickle ,
the e.vreiso of their I
soundness-that if, in cupied n the discussion of the bill tor in- a division by yeas and nays, sustained by a I .

that; the Falmouth] has brought any important pulitiTil sovereign; discretion, they eTer see fit to call I demni} )inglho citizens Missouri i; who had vote of 119 to 55 ; after which it was decided Lt. ComMt.M'IIardy, We have received ,.

: intelligence in addition to th.it: already received.! another Convention; to elect: to it fewer )lawvers tile of Nassau papers; to ..IhtIh inst ; Ja1""
lost property bv the depredations of the! Indians upon the final question by a vote, also
The remained in untettl :novhcn uiaicn to t the 5th ult. received at Nss'iu .
country as a s> lor papers.
and more men cvcry-d'iy ly !sense- in 1812 find 1813. taken by yeas and nays, of 149 to 20, that '
,:h.' left, :to; at prey ions datcv.! 'if the! distinction not known' hclire, iho.history the Hon. Lea stale hat "T at the bill granting ilia
was; : 1essi.;. Benton and! White supportcdand Pryor was duly elected, and
The Peacock aud Sbarl; were left ul1 ijis coat of elective franchise and every other privilege f ft.i r
throw monthhas clearly
of tho last
Mr. Holuo.s} opposed the bill. to n scot as a memherof that House.IN I
Mcxic 'established} the wile} (1 lV(:rence thatxiSI': *; = SENATE.: ihe Jews, passed the house of assembly. f I
I IntliL-Hou.se of Representatives durinir The bill fur relieving Roman Catholic [
List of Oi1ker.3ESSE .
!bet'.\'een tale..ts and common sonse. of Jan. 14
usual coir.se: 0'1't t the presentation petitions i t ,
D. ELLIOTT, CM--, Comiaaitffr. As to the new constitution, it will doubtless The Bill from the Moist of Representatives subjects, resident in Jamaica: from the diffi. jculiirs j-

Uwtcnllw.-I'V: Carp ntfr, Chars\ Lowndcv, : be accepted by the people-and distaste- tI:I an aniiMtml if a memorial discussion from took sundiv place citizens on I thesubject to alter the time of holding the the. house.under which they labor, also, passed I

Henry Pjnkucy, Hugh V. Pumancc.Parser. fid) a* s'tine of its or.iisstons! are to those who' 'I of :New York, respecting} the Creek and Sessions of the ,Legislative Council! of the document obtained .

:Thomas Brcc c. I st l'k to the good old cau
.<) rc 11 1.lI' nhcr.S'lilira" wilt: which I j The men.qriah! the I'lnuage; wasotljc't.e TilE HOUSE.I //. IL AI. ship Barham, I
Lieut .Vannes.-Benjamin : I| ; the arrof! I prejudice
i several members disn'spc.cttilf'
P. ChaUnlAvtistaat : ( to by as Mr. Wicklille! from the Committee ReI New Anchorage; Nassau Jan. 6, 1830. J
'IuderFredIJrick j i they have; had to contend: -the superior par- on -
:!:> lAjeorgi.i and after a debate, inwhich.ll1rs4rs'ThumIson
s"rgton.-Goorgc. Cod wiso.3lidshupnux.J. 'i j Haiiieniary acuteness and sch-nce eIlH te.1 : t-enchn: rot reported' a Bill "to prevent iin- Having iecei\ed authentic information! ,
of :N. Y.
Spencer I II
unman, J<.:5n L. Sticiic'V::;, Wi;! s I rttl'tla'; ; ,them-and! aboveill, th-:' pievahnceof : Mallary proper allowances to the officers and as.cntsof thaj a person oi'the name of Bassadore has

;.ft-u tltcll.ViU.am P. Jour, Jolm';\. ,\ 1U:lov, I" the new Hunt: Il l rtiines, fur the first time\ ,. I I Wilde, Irayton: ) Lumpkin, Wayne, I Ii the ( o\'ernmpnt in settlement:; of i their in 'his ('0SSt'SSi011 se'cral.oruOC'nts. pie-
Water- \\ : iiml C. i Slum of X. Y., Foster, Camhroieng! j I I'I be commissions from tho Govern.
<*e'-re 3IcCrecry, NlRiola* U I broached in this Convention, suppored!\: } hy i t' ?| accounts, was twice read and conimiUed. tending to ;

Spencer.Lloyd J. Bryan, Charles Spor.y. hiih! t.deiit! nnd) rccoinni'-ndrd: !hV !interest i'I Archer, uid McDmTic, took part, was Anally j jreform I Ou motion+ of Mr. White of Florida,'it, waslrsll'ld mem of Mexico, authorizing I to tilities to be
; Indian Affairs.Various .
RttltSll'tli.Et111:1rd. Oldnlixon.Carpenter.Jarnt's ; these. thin tin. .. : to the committee on / : That the Committee the cnrrifd on against; Spain, mill as the said do.
the !say;! coii; relative
Ward. i i pi-tiiious! )): weic presented to \ camp'ntS forgeries intended ) J
: Public Lands bo instructed into are only as g t
have to triunph; inquire
j fiiends of reform) ( :its' P : ill I
'rkcr.tlil"Vaktr.John I j ; the/ transmission of the Mail on Sundays ; I the cloak for piracies, arc hereby required
haac l" of ), you
I i our opinion; that they have: (;'iii.M! o much, i 1 them expediency establishing: ) a Land Office
and ruu.idoiK hills reported, among! IJ j and! directed in fulling in with thin vessels
P :
$ nag1. l lor rather: that they have not to( --t all.! j at nsficnla; in'PSI F'oiidi.The !: .
.r I was OIK;, (for the graduation of the 1'1'' ;:'(' of! acting antler/ such couimissions or who have
J .f !I. ; ,I. Spanker: laid before the House letter l t-
BANK O." FLORIDA. I I the puhli:, Lands, which was read; a first j not fined{ out w if!hin the Territory of the
I firm the "!.Tai'
flnl tie.! Sikctmini'.tce Setretarv'of ,
:Mr. !: :
The whole Stock (;sOOO.OQO! ) ol tuiinstitttion .' I, Yrslcrday: Juyn.-s that and! second( time(! and referred} to a C'njuit- ('xtractsif'.0th lirvf"Ys and Mi-xic.m Republic! or who have not the ma
: rte0 l tin had: exaniin-r j reports as ,
; with the e :("tTicJil of that : rep > y 1l-(' of_rji} Whole bouse, on the state ol'the i, joruy (,f tin clew Mexican suljects, or otertificat
ed the < 'onstitUtiunln(1 foiinri i i' tuly: er.rOI-t! j have lien: mde I by Officers of the! Engineer:
law for SemiH.iiy of 1 K'.irnJnj: I : the I'ni'Ti. i r she is Mexican
reserved by a : that owned! by ci-
and! the ; Corps noting in c ttitCllt:1 with Gfliceis of
time : ( i o
od wlicu: ai'er ilJ
XTMS taken up, on Friday las. and th;- booksclosed. : ; ; vine fflitoa/j/I Jan. lJ.:: In Senate two monurici: \vercj I Izf'n: .*, to brag: them into Port Royal, Jamaica -
uf.: scroll! '' by whom, at \+,t the Navy, ol'tht> waters of the :NarrLran; :
: It was subscribed for principally :, ;i1 pu'v'rtw- prcacntt'd!-ono. by ;11c'z.rs. Spra-j: :.e; anti Nassau< N. P., St. Christophers, or any
w.iMlonr) the President'Mr. 'II Bay and the, Ilaihour Newport, in the; State
it :
land wlnt! ,
in tin. highestsubscription at !pi 1 ire I Ilohu.-s! of :Mo. the of'a of
t his
by capitalists, large amounts praying! t cnactrnuit; Teiritories, where there are
of Rhode! island for the
P. l; !tIl'II' sigoeil i ho Cunstitu-) I purpose! selecting
: lu '
beiiu upward{ of t )(jOOOO, ) dollars. I : Philip law to prohibit Po-.tma: tors apt! others en'jagcd competent bunal to try them, and should
tion c'ideIH'e'oi its aistlu-nlicalion( and: some plate within said State for( Naval; ;: DC-
This result is favorable than; as : I' in the United States'flailfi'Uiitj have made under said
more 1. : tfittl'pnt'tilig ;I hey .:. any capture coru-
Mr. and I of ho principal :Navy Yards of
the one ,
it W1ronJ1tcr; il'I: d l by> ;"Secretary::: |lot
: -
) md
most stvngumc friends had anticipated, : j.cifoimiiiT' :;ec111arlahnr on the i, missions, you 'will cause them to be proceedcdaeaiust -
the U. State, called for by the House on the
the promptness! with which ilu? stork! \:':: taken David swig.Ilrnzatl j": Sabbaj: !; Several} other: memorials and pe- i I for {piracy, bnt in the event of
: :2! ith Dec. uh.: uhich was read and laid on the
evince degree of confidence! highly. understand titions ,'HP presented) and referred.'' The I table. 110 vessel) being captured by them\y.e are to .

iVxttcring to the prospects of i ih'.s! ; co.nmunity.It of Troths.Ve, J.-...orders hilt for'llu'j& relief* It"certain citizens: : of the IN THE IIOUSE- cause: the crew to bo secured, the paperssent.ta

was the general impression lint: a tonsdorablc :: were reoi'i\od\ at Canlon-nut: : .lIp United States. : who lost property by Indian Jan. 1511r. the Admiralty Court; and acquaint. mo

portion of it would remain un 4ibscri- hy toe last mail, directing one/:<< and if. .-C5-(ho depredations, bcinir! tae! sjjet'ial order of the i; : Angel! from the Committeo ,on the of the.cii.cumstance. int'mediatelv.Signed "r

bed for until April, and ilia I.,\' liuve, in consc.qacrroe ary two of the rompanlesat,! t tint+t po: tto, day, Was; further disousM-d. It wasoppo-i: Teuilories I made! an unfavourable reprt: on ) C. E. FLEMING, I I

been disappointed, not beiii,'g prepared I I sent t to'the Calcasui in the southern) pans: t.: oft sctl with great ingenuity h)' ;Mr. Smith of i the tncniiuial of the Legislative Council of Vice Admiral Commander in Chief.

at 'this time, for its sudden disposal. t the Stale and there to !H' !station'< ;; ) d. TI.e& (L miI -. :South 'arulina, and :supported) by Mr. B t>n-I tno Territory, of Florida: 1 praying: for an. in-' To the respective Captains, Command-

I ce/s detailed are H re.!_vet_ Major l liirch! : :s..etcIiuplison ton wiih zeal__ eloquence. and poweiful ere asc of the number of that body: \\ hirhI t'i';;. and Commanding Officers of II. Al. ships f
floriculture -A plantation in the nci;:Ii- t : ilnd.! Ia: omh. leut: i\lar-1 gument. Several amendments- were oflered I I report was read and laid on the table.; and vessels, West Indies.

I ))1c,mluutl' i Magnolia} Florida, on which 33persons ; ton Q:r. Master, left: tills place. \eslerday;) for and rejected, and previous to taking the vote I I 1\Jr. Mclntiie: from the Committee of ..

were employed, produced last year.Ihs. N. Oilcan ,(tu )rake ihu nfcfvary:: :arrangements tin its passage!' Mr.: } Benton moved its re- Claims made all unfavourable the From the NcvYork L\euiig: Post. i;
report on
j\l 000 ) of sugar: 40 IM'CS of cotton and for: the tran t ; !!p )rtins, ; oh the .stores & '. coHinjiinicnt.In Joseph; 1:. Cir; which was read Jan. 8, By the arrival of the packet ship :.

7500 tHHhels of corn, 1 besides quantities} of 'Mc; troops will proceed through the\ country lljertLography r the house sundry: petitions and memo- ami petition laid on the table. ; .' I CM I'aes; .Carroll! Capt.: Clark:, from Havree ,

ft uillbo seen: hat we iwve: adopted I" have Paris plpt'rs'of Saturday evening the
rice and ,
peas, rye.We rials were presented, by different; members, Air. Coulter from the Committee on Re-
t of Flint in the name of ihe river. -Stir of November. We annex a summary of
l and private bills were introduced fw se'l'ral trenchmrnf, npnrted a bill to obcAish the
understand that: the foliowinz} appoitmtinelta : On si.mc of the od! mapwe perceive it : the intelligence they contvin.
Standjng GOI, 1Hlith'c The debate on board of Navy Commissioners, and to transfer I .
have 4atdy been made by the P'esideiit, with the I i diflerently. spelled), as Curca oIl. Itisihffirst 5'There were rumours in Paris of a- determination
I :\ir. Hunt's resolution, with Mr. Martin'sanrendlnctlt its dulirs to the Seen rtar,1 of! the Navy; t'
oonctrrwiee of the Senate I outlet itito the Gulf east of Sabir.e. It I of ;jthc Ministry! to suppress} tho
J. Wamberiie, American. citizen, roidimr: : ut i i is at present contemplated In locate the can- was: ri'Mimed, and Mr. B urges!! and to regulate the Office of Naval Con- Charter. Several of!" ihe liberal pnb. !

.1touerdun,1a.u"llaBd, to be Consul of the United i mou'h continue! d' hi s.pOech of Friday last, until strvctitr; which'Jill teas twice read and ei-m- papers
.tonment about forty mi'cs from' its at : lislioj. on he 27th' November, give circulation .
the, of the hour allotted milted to the Committee of the whole louse
Slate&r tkl. city. .Jl1he. olMaof Imnnuel'nm.1 the place where tli<* road cio''st"s from Gdvcston. l- ternunalinl 10 resolutions to thc rumour' but the Gazette de
cealed. : Al 1r. Stanberry moved that.the on the stale of{he Union.; I
berl4te. line wiihNnicliitoclies.
This is on a direct south f Prance denies the charge in the strongestterms
Benjamin Edwards, orUtinoia: to be Receiver of rule be suspended I to enable: Mr. Burgos to The Speaker laid before the House a letter I
I ; : ,, and 1 pronounces it a concert;:.,} ;false ,
Public Mantes al EdwinkvilU. lttiuob.I conclude his speech. The House refusedto from the Secretary of the Treasury, I .
Uriel iebree, of MLwuri. to be Receiver cf Public We think the movement judicious. It I I hood.
I final
I suspend the rule, and Mr. B urges has the transmitting u. report on Private L-ind

Monies at FranVHa, Mls oari, in the [pncn of will operate, we hope, as an rffccinal' checkto floor for to day. The contested election between Claims in East Florida prepared by.the Register I The BayonRc Gazette contains a Lisbon t f fI g

Themn Smith, rew ned. smug;ling said to be carried on in thatquarter Pryor Lea and Thomas! >. Arnold, ]. and Receiver of the District of East article dated Nov. llth, in which-it is statedthat"

Hilary B. Cenu to be Register the LtnllOffirc : was brought up and recommitted to a committee Florida under the act of the 23d of May, I! Don Miguel has written to the Duke of
New Orleans, in the place of Isane T. Pir-tun,re -
At" CONGRESS.Jan. ; i of whole Ilouse,.on motion of Mr. 1828. entitled "An Act supplimcntary to i Wellington, proposing that Lord Cochrana
: I
signed Joseph Dunbar: of Missu i pin?, to w Scrvyflr of Taylor, to give ;an opportunity of reply to11r. the several acts, for the settlement! and confirmation I should enter his service on a considerable sa ,

1 Hdblic Lands tenth orTeaM *?c. ; 8.-The Senate passed the bill to 1 Arnold: In committee all other orders of Private Land Claims-in Florida lazy, and sail immediately with a squadrCfl

Morton A. Waring real+pointed Manual:\ of th! increase .the pension of 'ilajor Larahcc ; the were postponed, and the contested election ;" which letter and report were refined for the recovery of Torccira. 1

district ofSouth Carolinm.-A/t/. Int. bill for ho relief of the Mayor and City taken tip, when Mr. Arnold spoke in.. to the Committed on Public Lund. PARIS, Nov. 25th 1829.

Council of Baltimore ; the hill allowing the answer to Mr.' Lea's speech) of Friday. The. An engrossed Bill making appropriationsfor We give the following extract of a private

It is state!to some of the ortltfra papers, that duties on foreign merchandise imported into committee rose, and reported the resolutionof I certain arrearages in the nav.d service of letter of the 15th Nov. from Vienna, on account

the President ha nominated Gen. McNeiU of the Louisville, St. Louis, Pittsbunr, Nashville, the committee on Elections without : the U. States for the y-ar 1829, v/as read the outs importance, although") intelligence

Army, to be Surveyor of the Port of Boston, in the and( Natchez, to be secured "and paid) at those an amendment, when Mr. Taylor addressedthe I third t time and! passed. is merely rumour, and the writer does :

pjace' of Elbridg Gerry, remertd.. : places: ; and! the hill for causing the northern House.in opposition to the committee's : not place implicit} confidence in it :-ult ;is

boundary line ,of the State of Missouri to be report, and proposed I..n amendment to vacate Latest from Mexico. said that Prince Mettcrnich is on the point of
to learn n source
f We be relied aCe ,gratified on, that: our Minister: at Colombia more distinctly marked, and for dividing the the scat of Mr. Lea. Pending which, Ntlc. rorl., Jan. 13.-By the packet ship : changing his political system, being convinced ,j
TO I reservations of'lanJ in that State tho on motion of Mr. Johnson of Tennessee that the serious
and obtainedthe I among! Virginia, which arrived list evening from i circumstances proceeding .
has satisfactorily
; indemnity; claimed by our fellow citi 'eas, i I' half breeds! of the Sacs and Fox tribes of In- the Houso adjourned. The vote on adjournment Vera Cruz, whence she sailed! on tho' 21st from the Treaty of Adrianople require measures

di.jn Several) hills recd the second was 91 to 89. I at ,
Interested in tho vessels! Josephine and I I !Hanger : ; wore nil. papers. from that place have been received very different from those employed

and that he confidently artticipafrs like time and refnrod ; and the bills for the re- Jan 13.-In the Senate, the following to the 20ih inclusive, The opera- tho time when the Emperor Alexander figured -

in tho case of the brig Mora Iki of Isidore Moore, and for the relief of Bills were read the third time and passed: tion of the decree,. prohibiting the( importation I f at the hoed of the Holy Alliance. Theso -:.

sacccss, John Edgar: were ort'creoJ to be engrossed. The Bill for the relief cf certain c tizC'nof! of certain kinds'of goods! "from and after I I new ideas of Prince Mettcrnich arc attribut ,

MaiM Legislature .Daniel-- Gondenow. or .Mfr'J, A dtsruxaion taok place on the hill! for the the .Unitqd] States who have lost property by the 22
bu been elected Speaker. The whole numVr of4otee :l i relief} uf remain citizens of the United States the depredations of Indian tribes; the Bill ed .o the 31.it D'eceni!!;i'r. The MiHra'ry? : ; atCampenchy i I I to him by rn old'diplomatist, upon the actual:

meets IA& -nwewiry, to a ehoice 73. Dui I :r who hat"? lost pioprriy: by tbe depredations 'providing fOP the widening! of the draw of the convinced to retain the Gu'craI I I situation .of Europe. It is stated that the

deooW h8.d 73. Jobjj RugglesofTh0jna: tot /I, :I of Indian, -iiihes) ? in which' Messrs. Benton, Pqtonuic bridge ;, the Bill for tho relief of ment in theif hands, And Imd. nrodllinit'd: a.: Prince i i3 ((ndelvG: ring to gain over the Cabinet r1'I

Goo' Clark; of Hallowtll, The cnatbaloUe I I Barton, nn l \\ hit sopjwirted, and Messrs. : Nancy Moore ; the Bill for_the,rdliriif of the consolidate 1 lor cenlval: form'ot.GOVCI nnJenr"I''''I of London, to consent to the complete "=
nndVilJi&m *
) & far a Prwidtot about twfrotjr tin. *** with no ', Smith of S. '. 'anllIuJmC'. opposed the bill, )legal representatives of Elms} Earle.doocas-( : On the 21st of November tho g:1rri: emancipation -of Greece, leaving to her tho

(Gut before question was: taken, thc Senate the Bill to for : of St.: Juan Bauhi i free choice of form of Oover nt. On
result. .GoodenoW. i it laid to b. an Adams m..n,1 I any ed ; provide tho legal adjudi- civil officers( : ?; the CtlPi-j! I a lJ1 t

The legitUture+ .it i very nearly balanced.: 'It I'5 Crn j I adjiHiiiifd over to Monday next il j jf cation and settlement of claims to land tnt of.Tobasco, passed an act in which : the other hand, Prin.cc Motternich is rumour-< .

Htttr r111 : ,l f Among the bills reported: in the House of i. therein mentioned ; arid iho Dill to grant decltwccV\ thrjrm-Jves rt> fnvrfr nf A Centra. '' eft td'frtrrvJ'rp* ., ""tJ.) .tIrt i tlr t p'Ir11M. a .4"






make UD unhhiuidiu ocd ..dwu to the And also into the-cxp(' icn- j Auction Sale. To the Public. i Let teri. of A'dministratiou, }

for the of of the President of the United 1 VING been obtained
vermncnt of Portu-j d I, purpose put- cy requesting H by JABE NISBET, (jy I

ting an en.1 lo-il hu di cfrders too long tolerated States;: << to cause to be procured, through the T lIE Church Wardens of the Catholic \ the Fetateoftfcekte t f

in that country: to arrange, definitively hs commanders of our public armed vessels, I Congregation of Pensacoln, having deI :- !: FER GUSON H. &ISBET.all :

differences with the tmpvror of Brazil, and and our Consuls abroad, sl1 varieties 5 of ten ined to raise i by subscription ofthe In-1 j I th oe indtlited to raid Estate are relented to mAloiinm

give the n.tion: a g -irantcc that it shall be governed Sugar Cane as may be best adapted to the I habitants this City, a sum Money, sufticirnt indebted ediate are payment ipqverted and thote to pretrtit to!Whom their the ebml Estate; 'for i i. .:I

by band: good order. Lastly, and soil and climate of the United States. to erect permanent brick Wall around F -ttl!i-inent to Ucnjamin D. Wright Eq." sit for

this appears more incredible than all, it is siiid WILL BE SOLD the the admin ltra1rix.
From tiLe Sarawak Georgian. \ I PensacolaJuaar7 S3d,l 50 4S-.-St.
JMetternich: would make the
that ....
Frcrti-h Government feel that the Great Powers I (find the following) in the English Naval At the U. S. NavyYardPensnco1n.1 BURYING GROUND;

hiving guaranteed the !legal! order established Magazine; for 1801. How small is: the cot ON WEDMESD&Y, 10th INST: propose the following Plan :- \ CEOTHINOHATS
in France by the Charter, would find 1 of these vessels compared with charged The Subscription Paper[ will be left at the BOOTS AND SHOE
t the Greeks for the two frigates built for them r Aril O'CLOCK A. M. : .
themselves bound, in cose this! order >houldbf i Stores of Messrs. C., Cruzat and II. Micbe- '

tro3bl"d by the new Administration, tointervene I at New-York. I THE: following condemned articles, of \ let ; and at the houses of Messrs. Arnaldo J. O'NEELI.HH

with a viev/to secure the stabilityof Abstract of expenses attending tho building public Stores : viz ; Guillemard, Manit.-l del Barco and John HH_ rrrtired a (CaihlooabI aisortment of
i pI'tlltt frigates; United Slates, Constitution I 76 blue cloth Rita Ii. Winter and .
legal system. This tardy re-turn ion jackets, de la ;- Sprtng .
: and Constellation Philadelphia
system adapted to circumstances, appears too Boston and Baltimore.Constitution at I 53 pair blue do. trowscrs.. The amount which may be subscribed> to cDrbWwarJwhich <

rational to be believed, of Prince Mrtternich ; : i t be paid, one fourth when icquired, and one
!' 33:; flannel shirts he offers ( sale low far tish
1444 tons, 445guns.Labour or ,
but it is said l he i is d'jlt-! every il.iu; iu hispor ; | fourth every sixty days thereafter until the I II J

r to raise himself i iu public opinion. 0,730 1)4Materials ) 25 dodrawers, | whole be paid ;- AMONG WH1H. ARE.. ; '

However this may: le. it is, certain ilr.iter\ .' I 75,286.* rff\: 68 1 30 red vests, The monry) so obtained), to be expended Black bloe, Lrown Hnd olive dress and frock&:> .

important i; ;: : :; inteiestsaro; ; at this ;moment treating freight Fixtures 17,008, 00(34 5 bnnvans, under she direction of a Committee to be perfme COATS clolh & J'AX'l'AJ.OOKS.nlUl

in the communications! of the different appointed for that purpOM: ; -
1 pea jacket, up curd c"umet.tW! ahJ i:circtitian.
Cabinets, and 1 that each Minister consult!!!* the The Wall enclosing: the burying; ground,

interests of his country rather than the wi>hes 55207,075: 26 35 pair shoes: [: to include 400) feet Miuarr, to bn.r;) tit hicli, VEB'tS

of his Allies." United.. States. 1 ,.144 tom, 44 guns 1 pair stockings, J and have two Gates proportionable tiinu-n- plain Mark and figured ilk velvet. valrotin, toili

From the .Veir Yttilt Courirr an,}Enquirer. Labor $S3,701\ 55 ,! 1 blanket sions ;- curt. 'Inner and plain silk, blue and black cloth* I
Still/ l(1ttd'--FliC: packet
Capt.; Roster, :arri\'cfllast night from Lon ; 2,372 00 i? matrasses, J wall, or otherwise 1 a di\isbn i between Jlie ROUND JACKETS,

don. Dv lil'rH\ have received our regular: Fixtures 14,889 37 63 wool hots, { Catholic and Protestant pyrts of the buryini1" Fine frilled' and plain Irish linen

files; of London papers to the 1st December 30 covered do irrouml), giving to each, oi.r half;- SBIaTS: : ..

iiulusivn. They contain \'erfew.. addition 8178,400( 07 37 barrels of beef, The Corporation ufthr Catholic, con rt-- durk. chfck: cotton.and flannel do.

al items;; of importance.It Constellation) 1,145 ton, 3f() 14 do. gi ition, to cede to the City I of IVn.vicola: D3&AWEHS.ilnc.k

N SRI that M. De Villeli, who is i residing Labor $112,777 24 guns ofp&rk, for the purpose\ ; of -'jurying\ ground, that Italian iilk CRAVATS,

in his Chateau near Bordeaux; corresponds : Mutt-rials 74 I 16048( Ibs. of bread, half: t; which may be chosen ilS the protestant plain! and fancy do.
daily with the French Ministry, I 42 bushels and beans, part of the burying ground.Al Silk Handkerchief, Gloves Hosfcry,striped Sus-
Freight 6,754 7; I pease pcIders! Hats: add Cap*,
through the medium: of the Tco'rriph.An ; \
Fixtures 2 barrels
15,964 1022l,51S flour, BOOTS
article from Ancorn, Nov. 13, states, I Pihl1co
1801 Ibs. rice. AND";j
that Bnglamlj! \ i is sending reinforcements to I I AJ{ ..

her squadron in the Archipelago. The Rus- $ 83 I Charles P. Tntt. LOS Mayordomos: de la Consreg."cion! SHOES &c.
Srm Admiral: ku made inquiry in relation to I -We are authorizsd-- to announce' PETI: I Il ALttA. .Ym'y: .. !: '/ I \ ;:,\ do PANZVCOLA: habicnd dctoriMin.iclu H7/A Domestic, anti Pitct Good

the >> of these reinforcements. It was II. lichc1et de procurer juntar l or una; subripcion Pl'u5:1n.IIL February ?, ISSS--4-tf.
object Esq., as a Candidate. for I.\YUlC.{ at the enduing de Ins vccinos dc Pair/.acola; una -. ..
mnsxvered, that they were merely to replace election, .:Iurf iII/If'/ ('r.. ,I

those! that had! served their time. : -- -- -- ---_-. ---- ----. -I !I II Prin-iro! :, Fi-b.7; 1-S-Jf 1 !)-::>l) -1 t.Free I Suina, Mifirit-ntr par.i. rotiMruir 6 Incer: : una Tax Collector'sSale.
The Berlin prtpers think that Count Capo I 1 The Editor ofthe !Pe1iacoL1Gaztttc ha. appointedJon : C'cica i pcrnnnuntu: de ia
D'Istrias would L:", kc the best chief magistrate =* A. DKBLOIS Esujuirn.! l his: Attorney, during Ins SchoolLOTTERY. j CAMPO SANTO ; .
C.lhinl't'JlI al-ienc for a few weekf. All persons! indebted to j
of Greece. The Russian ) \
the eiiMblishtneut; for Sucription! Advertising and I' jiioj.H' )nen In scguientr :- WILL BE SOLD
doubt thinks the: same, Job Printing are requested to make: payment forth- '
Pereira hs arrived at Berlin. lie is charge! ; with Tho amount due by each individual i is Miull; !I L.x Sub"criMion| : sera d l.:XadL en los alma- Oa the 3rd Saturday iu April,
tviu'Ie! l Iii cii".cs C. Crw/.at II. Mich
dVVtVtiresof Brazil. : find': withiu the raeHns of each to dcciargc-btit: thn ( y & T the Coi.rt House door ofthe County
;: ae rf> ;atc it matter of imp( rtanl'e: to the Editor: i! FIFTH CIASS, I i it ; y <'o la> ca>ja> dc Arnahloo(;uiHl'l1Iard; ,
It is doubted wlither the Porte will adopt .i\ otjicksonin, the Town of Marianna,
e.p.Ci:1llb! ; : when it is coinidered thtt; he has; t;, pay ; A 4iI B TCO Ju.n: de la RlIa-;
: 'ini" :
the European custom of sending !nuni>ter.$ to <*a--i! for journeymen's wage.j pal"r and I!\'ry artuloI 'T'O 1 lie (1 li-a\v1i in the: City: of ,Nov. ::1 1 y' Mibicriln pur.Miitnt( to tho Revenue Law of 1828.. the
I sera ,
I iiptr I I t"u- > pagai
establinhment. following!
court. used in the : for cash.
every- Loxuo.v, Dec1st, IS2!). I I I POI :acolaJaiiiitrv: :3'Uh 1 '"30)-tf.( |! Orleans: I 13th:) February: 18.50.) : !- (III irtn: quando se rctpiiera; y el resto, t Acres proper of Land; lying in said County,

I _____ __ .
I ------- :=------:- -. _-- f'Hla M: it-lit thus, hasta patrar cl l ido ;- -"If
The increasing demand) ; f t tr Cotton in Liverpool J. R. Dr.wiTT, G. Fn.llIo'D' K. F \i rtn the waters of Chipola, levipd upon
El:i iuipoitc lute se obtenga, sfr gaitndo:
has }had; a corresponding demand here. Shipping List. to s-uisfy Amos Aycock's taxes due 30 cents.
JMcCjuiiu:, Ufllw '(n;. hn: ) 1 Il direccion el"1 la Comlsion quo sc
1 Buliias! Maranhams: :, and Egyptians are from 1 00 Acres of Land l lying in said' .,

\ a $d higher than last' week and more business i- 33 KtJ'MDJ1B.S.I 11"111"1"1' ;- County on the waters Chipola, : ..
La uiuiralla al Campo Santo;
doing. VOUT OFAKKIVED.PE.NShl. Five: Ballots to be drawn.SCHEME. J.\ qio; cirque I evied upon to satisfy John Clarke's Taxes '
-- .. \ '.Jt.Icn'cr: tl I.* 400() pies en qtiadro{ ; y do :f pics due $$6,82 cents : also.
, West India Trad*.-The St. Andrews, de alto, con dos pcrtados: ( (!e biu-na propor- 1 tftffe. Acres: of Land< lying in saWs '

3 N. B. Herald S1J3"V.! haw: received: Feb. 1st.-Schr. Maria, Baker, New Orleans :1 Piize of ;15,000 i U $ i:",OQOi t CI.R ;-- County, on the waters of ChipoW
.. i l ;f>,OOO) 5,000 Una linea imlicaia., ]l)5cn sea por una mu-
from England, from such a lalevie to
private accounts Cargo to Kopm.in and Ilyt-r. G. \V. upon. afofy: W.Campbeirs
. that have nothing to 1 :;,ooo() ;'.,n)4() >)> t: ran;: o' (l Ip otra imncra. ., !scparacion y liiniti'l due
soul ce as satisfy; : us we Martin and Master. Taxes $4,20cents : also,
the I :1 :2OOO, : .fO0) ( !I enD i* ]los Cit61icos: y los Protestant;- : 'I
fear from Ministers giving way to importunity j Brig Enterprize, Hitchcock, New York, IS aC&, Acres of Land lying on the war
TL'i dr{ los l Cat lico'' do Pan
. Government, i itsnn l\rtt,: Corporacion
of the United States via Key West, cargo to J. Colitor, S. Bill, 1 tors of Chipola in. said! county,
BitishV Indies 1 :1(104; 1i.04 I ZH 'ola, cederan, y ct'dcn a la ciu.laelle!
trade u'rli the C5t -
* for a direct order and Master. I levied] upon to satisfy Walter Davis' Taxes
(. (> .ooonoo 7..uola, los u in 1,000
J and further strengthened para ,
( we arc due cents also
; Sclir. Sun Rougeau, New 0 rh.'an"t assorted 1,72j : ,,
5 the belief, that the boundary question will I Cargo,to Master. r .. 500( ; ,oooL ) ) .; ipie\ sc ccrqnc, para. el ohjetode! ( anii- ( Atre sVf Land in.said County ,
.1 Go
settled in that will not only comport : : $,too pu() ;antn de los Pro\( tantes.
e be a I
6th.-Schr. Camden, Averill! Havanna, lying ,OIr she wafers Qf palaclzcnlIlCvEI j
e with strict justice and r-ght, but will Coffee and Fruit to N. II. Allen, the'maMer, ;(o in/) ::,0001IGl'i : -- MARINERS. I i ripon satisfy Benjam'ibt. osques [t

inePt the approbation our fellow colousts.j and to order, Pensacola ; and to Robert II ig- (; .70: ii,7r.o; TO Taxes I due $2,70 cents : also, .' .

1"Q I gut :Me Lasky, Hagan: & Go. Mobile.Thr Iris, fif; ) 5s000. -_;, 1181'"r| BUOYS have bvn monroij iu Acres of Land laying in said .1
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. i 1.3-14! -o.H 11,410 _.Ii' PhiS Mariannr. eiui llirre! Sj'.ir linoys in F iiftjViNlhoi > 180 f
t1- McDiiffic from the cour.iriufe of U. S. Schooner Slnrk, T. T. Webb .,. ( ; on I I.iikr Boil tgnv; the lot Iuwn g tirrclit county on spring creek, levied upj, f .
1- Mr. and Means, reported the following I Esquire Commander, sailed; from I ll.ivinua 11,,>-10 :> (),-r.o )ii will ('LjIJl! .. I M'truit-r; f., ,,1v4ut tittiiflicul. on to satisfy Uenj Hays, Taxes due $10,42; # > .

,v Ways on the 25th January, on a Ciuis ;. -- -- ('li i !< which formrrly) existed in Ih1 NHYI lp;.t ion I) cents: also, '.
e Bill ; I ;:3,0'0 Prizes, mountinLr. to ,iti :>(0),<)-14 \, il.se P.tS.f'I fit r Eilirori! tf the' :'ojf\Iilp l i! andIVrw I
I Acres: of Land: in said county T.
a l A Bill making appropriations for certain SAILED. Price of Tickets, \\'l..u| : 8"-: Hjilvt-. % O ie.'"? piiets| 'vl:l please! insi-rt I:..S IIHIMC.The C5 0 H. Ci
n Foster levied
). Fortifications for the year one thousand Feb. 1st, 8ch.rasllintoos!! Swain, St. 'l,50.! Quarters 5 1,25. Park.-it; of u Cn.iv. iu I'u Mariamtr m iiml! i is balance due Robert
flic iriuMIr, in 'lie "t"t'ju'st| vmirr rcinm.M upon to satisfy 6n
,eight hundred and thirty. Marks.; Whole Tickets ,55, wirriuttd; to draw: S'Jj.Pjickaires : t)1 Ill 1urrelrln1
'lel\ kf Ihcni closr -
to on
I > p J ncsf taxes of$1,15 cents also
1of Be it enacted by' the Senate and Jfmiself 2d, Schr., Eliz.,l>ctli, For ).th, New Orleans of Halves and! Quarters in tin :t 10 to 11 Ice; wairr thiotisii: tlii I'.ts. Tin I \> ,

to < Representatives of the United States Cargo 85 Bales Cotton and I 10-J I Hides I same proportion. ('u&1 ru liCe fu>:n ih.. \\'.'st.! \is renItr.-,: plain liy ihrsliell I H 4 ft Acres of land in said county adH.lfp i
That hPV. 'Isl.uui! MarMiie, on IMs! "'4ih title ofit f ,.r joining Muntford levtfd toMatisfy
in atstnblcdt II. 43 Bales or upon
11\ bJ
rs: of America, Congress H.vcr, : : cotton! JerrisonJr. FOR SAL'S BY ,..
!uo the following sums be, and the same are 31 Do. by S. Patterson, 50"sides Leather J. Danforth, Ajjent.Orjo I m I.3or ueuily( d unA opposite;Lcais uUout to nhich Noilh!', the fmm frt iliel H P110 oy it J. C; Lester's taxes due $i.31i cts. I

hereby appropriated, to be paid out of any by J. Inner door Nonh!, of the Post Ollice 1 and
unappropriated: money in the Treasury, for 3d --Schr. Amelia Rache, New Orleans, : .' I m.ike all!I il.e Buo s. On fiiU-rin fiom liie Cnstt b2; 0 Acres of land in said county on Cbi. .
viz Bricks City Motel, Mobile. ing li! \Vest end of Cot 1.'IUI.llo l twar l abut S. John Me.Connick's w!; .
certain Fortifications, : 12000 : by J. do la Rita.; pola, levied upon to satisfy
'ricktsvfor sale in all the Current Lotte- ,''I I':. nod l hy S.. .':..Iltot tliout 2 inilf*, whru thi-
For Fort Adams, one hundred thousand Schr. Maria, Baker, New Orleans lf 000 : taxes due $1,05 cts. : .also. '
ri('... All orders from a distance! enclosing flr {t D IUf.will br vicilttf; ; ilu-n' run W, and h, S.
tip'133 .
dollars. Bricks &c. by J/r. Thompf( )nand,; furniture Prize Ticket will be attended) luch. course will kcci I the Buo\ cln..* on tiourd. Acres of land l in said county on Chi-
For Fort Hamilton, eighty six thousand by W. H Hunt. or Tit; ntraitrf from IhP'ful. t-ein; very tilitul', one pola levied to satisfy John Par.
to, addressed to J. tIANFORT1I, Mobile of ihf LUJS IICVP been: 1lilc"tl| l about I IJ ffiilcIVnin > upon tJ
dollars. Capt. Hitchcock from Key W thousand
. For Fort Monroe, one hundred English brig Peter Ellig, was brought into that poit Mobile) Januiarv2.th, 1830.: -50-tf i ChristiMi i* close tn she mdi'* t'Alt.'!, i i" *-crv 40 Acres of land in said count, oo .,
up dollar by the Sloop Sarah Isabella having been wreckedon | narrow nnd' intricate sailing- from i.it *". wJ.nto the waters of Chipola to satisfy
hundred thousand the 1-asl end ol' Cit Is'an-l. run N. N.Vfur
:'C hoof, For Fort Calhoun, one Car)"' Foot Reef on the night ofthe IGth of January Private Boarding.WO ''pposiic the n 10.l prominent lAnd on t.e main on near- szImes' F. Russ taxes due $2,55.tli. : also; 4t

dollars. on her passage from Lagaira Live']>O/l. m>: which, a House with n roof paintol. r.!d, will heyishl. Acres of land' .j in said county, oajry t<: '
For Fort Macon, in North Carolina sixtythousand Her cargo, comiutiug of logwood we understand! or THREE Gentlemen can be ; ... and serves RS a direct object lo the f'uruw: 1 60 creklevied to satijr "I ,. :

dollars.ho was IL accommodated withBOARD ..this I'Ait ; nboiit a mile from lie shoif, you w ill. upon .
r. For Fort at Oak Island, :North Carolina, make il- fimt Buoy, which keep close on your. y ThomaS Golf's taxcsJiie $3,75; ets.s abo"I

, thousand dollars. saved.NOTICE. claibi.ard ; the second! Buoy nill then b<* in vic.. rfStffe Acres b 'ngJ grin S. S. "5,T. 3JL
sixty : w"i'h) close Inrboard: ( tnis'yonwilt
Veep on.ynnr ; rom ScQfclok'e
ib- Charleston South R .9 to satisfy Sam.
For Fortifications at ,
in a Private French Family.Enquire : discnxcr' the third P.Uy.iich! Keep ononr
lade Carolina, twenty five thousand dollars. T at the Offieeufthe Ptnatvia Gadtc.Pcnsacota MatboHid ; 1l1iI11l&"lr& : lOll pass. il, run W. uutillhp I II taxes due $1 ,20 cts. : also,

For Fort at Mobile Joint, AlabarLanine- HE Undersigned has constituted' and appointed 1ftc.2Gth, l&! .-=.t-J: : I' hay i1 Si. I.on-s: opens,. w liich course ,,iH ,'nialdeiu
est thousand dollars. ADAM GORDON i ( lo clear tit-! spar, HatHlkt'1 chic-f-ll..r. is 1 VPHF on Chipola, to satisfy 'V. Spear
ty Esq. $1001:\\ \\\. ll.L I from 6 to 7 feet water in II.ii'! i f)3.Q. On entering
sc- For Fort Jackson Louisiana, eighty five I from the Vet tbcsc directions will of course be Jr's taxes due $2,40'.ts.<< .: also.
Attorney at Law KANAWAV from the subscriber on '
thousand dollar revcracd. 142 in-tle'I0
I } noffa- li
of Fortifications, ten Saturday last, CUSTOM-HOUSE Pensacoln: January 2 M.l 1S30. I 1 Lo4No.
jon For contiugencics AND: I L : i jft said county, levied

Jed thousand dollar N. S. r.'n ,\STrr.R Esq., his Agents and. BARNEY SHIELDS.a -- :upon to satisfy \V. Smith's taxes due. 43 cents: S4a'so

of For purchase of a site for a Fort at Cockspur mulatto man, about 2(3( 'year old, Public lVoticc---I ." .
in fact in this
ana Island Georgia, five thousand dollars. Attorneys place. five t feet ten or rleveu inched high; l, ftoops i iu las Acres of land 'on the jfateTs of Chi- >
JANUARY 13; 1830.flaRti W. Hasell Hunt. .houldtrs, a dofect in one ofjiis; *)t*, l die," iu his IS HEREBY GIVEN, so in tho -, 1
and LOT
sa .. and committed to the Comrcii ." left,he.has a down cast I Inok whrh spoken to, hut i is lr. CruzU' } THAT this suit !hltr. J"f'Cil'Cs. poh, ONE .
f$ twice, Pensacola, 1st February, \ft\V: )- >()-(im; flS"P" %
: The above reward will be paid in Town of Marianna adjoining a part of the ,
plausible. I instituted (by attach lJ'nt
rnitteCJ of the whole. .House on the State of very j
ifuken out of the State and all reasonable expenses.He Carlos Dr Villizrs, J} I the Superior Court F.sr: mAdixiikfratnr Store house lot of Beveridge and frpwlandg

). the tlnion.Extraa Notice. v.iis bought by me of Mr. Hatcher last ,.riig. nf J I hia County. Thc cli'fenhiH eel No. not known, levied upon to satisfy L. ]\I\ .
ageiil of Mr. :Spencer: Drammond, Norfolk, Virginia Carlos DC. I'illiers.J and all other per om i inlerested
:ate of a htter from a gentleman of great intellignrertsidctin L who sent 'him. arc heirby required to appear RtIIl| j.Je.athis ( J &t'' u' Stones taxo-j due $10,97 cents i aIs9,

ac- Havana,to kis friend in Pensueola. ETTERS Administration on the E.-tatc: of John _F. Miller, .Itcl;":atjtm.I H 60 Acres of land on tho Chipola adV

"Please to say: to Judge Brackfiiridge, pATiacK raEiL: : Dec. and
' New Orlonns: January 20th, 1S30. 40- -It. joiuing Mandell others in said
thit I: have made a valuable purchase of u been the Subscriber I levied Richatd H. j
loeitis having granted to all persons! county, upon to satisfy :
[ book, called Easayo Cronologico dt laHittirria indebted to said estate nre hereby notified to make Territory.of Florida,.. Long's taxes due $6,73: cents : also, 3'
dt la Florida-pnblistied in 1723, immediate payment and all those to whom the e- the Tstatr of
it of Court THUS Administration on t Acres ofland on Chipela adjoin- .
la i indebted, their claim within Western District, Superior 1 60
tale to the
the present LEI
Cardenas Zoti detailing ,hat injj hern -
intling- by Gabriel de time prescribed' by Law otherwis.0 this nutice will upl T-innier, deceased granted iug RUSS, in said county! levied i
Jackson. indebted saidEstize
events of every year: by itself from 1512: to to tlipsub!' -ribor ; nil!l persons to Tanners duo
be plead in bar ofrcclv6ry. to Mat1Y.ElJZabCth taxes :
make immediate upon
of authors Dto/TERiM 1329.Jona are hereby to payment
iea- 1722 compiled from a variety James Finlay, and all persons to whom.the Hftute: i is indebted $;:;,GZi: cents: also, !

d I at the names of which are alone a treasure. Administrator. Rraltty ) 'IN CHANCERY.Nancy I I ,to. present their claims within the time prescribed fei 4T& Acres onand in said county on Spring fr.
Many, things can bo collected from it usefulto t'S l I j t law, othi-nvif this Notice will be plead in hnr of SW
by < .
juricso Brantlty. ) I Creek, lying W. ft S. W. i Sec. 1,
5th 1830 4f 8w _
the historian, and upon 'the whole it is a Pcnsacoh: Jan. A 'u j t theirrecovCry. .
. An a Uivcrcc. YY & -levied' t JaracaD.
Abdication T. C, R. 12, upon to satisfy
but-' great curiosity." FOR NEW YORK, It:appearing to the satisfaction of the Court thut Henry A. N.unes, rcUL's taxes o dfae,$7, 0.cent*: also.
the drifehdant! resides out of the Territory. It is Administrai.or.Pcnsacola .
lade ,
Brig .
introduced THE new and fast mailing for at s WW9JA T&Z.Zthe or-
hearing ONE
tual) The following resolution was therefore ordered,thjat tbi caeibe.ect .Jan. 46-8u
: by thlJ Ibn, Jos. M. White, Dec. 17. & Pensacola, the next term of this Court: 7th 1829- : mundftyftUowibgiatl; T.fr 6f\V bb- '!!

theCa Kcsiiloctti i'lzat.the Committee on Agrirulture Richard Spear Master having 'thT'f'e It i is further ordered thatlia copy .orthi order be yule levietf-ypoB u 7tbe pwprity of James S!
fourths nfhp.r cargq engaged,.will sail.with ?..bli bed in sonneotec of Uurantlwraedupwsp.ii.ersof f taxetlue
,Icto be instructed ta inquire into the c:.-- I all potable dwipateh. For freight for the remainderor tliis t :,. T -tritlHY,fqr Arei; auciqls.succcssively.| BLANKSdeftcription Mat4IIL1I to'la y4i& 9,87cts. 1)

the diuncy providing I foi tlae compilation of pM! ;e, having good accommodations: apply to<< i.4h;. .4 I.ott, I o AsdreG.iIayi tit
Oa a rrl"L; c on the cultivation of the Sugar : Capt.Spearonboardorto 0 \ (117.. oc "' 'r' neatly ., ri9 J.
eJno. refinement J. c. 4' C. C. Kcyscr. c"\\tt\ \n\.omct Jncioh a l! ;
our- :, and the fabrications I ,. c .. .. ., ... .- ex: \\ ,
.. -t,1. '
.cr!J .of J jrar, iyctydiug tha most rnodern improvements. Jan. 30thr 30"9" ; 0 f 0 '



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NAVY ACEXT'S: OFFICE, I T he Territory of}'to rida. Western Notice
Notice. Pensacola, Dec. 1st 1829. District Superior Court City of

::T m mT% ofan Order of the Ilororable'theCouutyCourt Proposals: will be received at Pensacola. ITS HEREBY Given thAt at the cxpirhrton cf Sit
pursuance *
-== IN for the County of Eseambta! SEAIKH cc, until the first day of April weeks! from this dale, I will apply lo the Hon
From Hood' Cum I; Annnef. Wednesday 9th December 1829. County Curl of Ef'cambilor letters of Artmbit
"It's very hard and so it Is, 4OO of land next) to supply. tileY cst India Squadronand ration upon the cilate of Nathaniel G. r:. Slaugb.
arpcns A. Dell behalf ,
tho :Navy Yard at this place with I ter, Jcccasc-1.
To live iu such a row. of Louisa Bnmain .
iljeloiiginp to the estate of Domingo Gonzalez doi Julius
And witness this that every Mi* i!ceased, will b>> sold atPUBLIC FQtE WOOD VS. } In Chancel Pcscay, ;
John Davis, Gabriel Tear, November 10, 1829>-39ifUBIVATE
But me has got c beau, \ AUCTION,

Tor love goos calling up and de vn t f sai Ihe Court House i iu the (iiy of IVnsacola, on for one year. The wood for the Squadron And and Ellen Foster.wit Wcducsday the ninth nO.&l\DIXG.-
now, to on ,
Bat here he seems t*> "hull ; j 23rd of March next to be of the l Kind commonly C'31ledTI..TL
Tuesday, day of DecenAcr. in the year of our Load one or FIVE Gentlemen can be accomraoAa

I'mnre he has been asked ctau2h'. a. V2. o'clock, M. ; to satisfy and pay the debts of thousand! eight hundred nnd twenty nine, FOUR Private boarding by the subscriber o-
To call at Nc.mbcrOne toe said deceased : the nit! Land being one undi- seasonable terms
the Court of West
vWoJ half nt Eight:; hunfiird' : arprnt. iluntcd on I That fur the Navy: Yard to l h? good appears( before Superior
.tic bunt lithe liver St. ftlarv le (,J.nlvez.M Florida, in chancery setting, the said Com- ,
I'm sick of all tho double knuc:, Sound Oak. Pensacola, Nov. lOlh, 10th 1829.-39-301.
> Crupper, plninant ; nnd it appearing to the Court hat
Number FretAt '!
That come to
Clerk Escainliia Court. that the said Louisa Biumim claims to be a
County the
will also be received at same
Number Three I olcn H'CA Proposals J. ,ALBRIGHT'SCOLUMBIAN7
"V.: lIascllluntD. C. Yard of free woman of colour, and that she has been
by the
lover at the duor; time for the delivery at Navy

And one in blue,at Number Trio. 1 Pen-nila, 1 stli .Ian. 1530.: -48-'i t the wood now cut on the Live Oak;: Plantation erroneously! called Eliza Jane and slates that SYRUP.

this he "was brought to Pensacola by the said REMEDY which has proved itself superior to
Calls daily like a cJucIt'd ,- opposite place.
offer for the Joint Davis i and that she was born in Camden A Swaim's or nny of Ihe Panaceas for the cure
Those who proposals
hard they conic so lieu:, I
very }persons
cord.. Ant in the State ol South Carolina and of the following diseases, viz :
And Number One. contract will state the price per
not at
"'lr' .!t) hereby give- notice to all persons net to harbor the Yard. raised i by the Rev. Isaac Smith, **ho now resides NECROSIS, (or affection of IHC bones) KING'S:
I conceal, sell to, or from, wife le wood to be delivered at Navy
S my the on Pearl River ; and it also appearingthat EVIL, (or SCROFULA) WniTt SWELLING: j
Miss Bell I hear has got a dear, Bond} mil security will l>e f'quircd.for
Rachacl the said John Davis Is not' found within CANCEROUS, and inveterate ULCERS ;
Exactly to her wind, Gayler faithful: performance of the contract.
this. Office. this District i and liiat; thu said Gabriel Tuar LIVER nnd BILIOUS COMPLAINTS;
By sitting at the window pane a* :.he has h-ft my bod ail;l bword without nny }l.r.vful- For further information apply! at and Ellen Foster disclaim all !'merest in this i RHEUMATIC affections ofI'f;fccad &SYSTEM)
Without a bit of blind; cause or provocationAnd I do }hereby giv e notice Charles P. TuttJfavAgcnt.
matH : it is ordered that public notice be generally ;
all: per=-on.,: not to cre-lit her on my ne-co-unt as I am
But I in the
go balcony, ) in the Pensacola Gazelle a ULCERS of the MOUTH and THROAT.
determined not to jay any debt* of her clIlltracting.I published\ once
Which she has never done, John Gavler. 42-tf. week for the space of two months, citing and! SYPHILIS, and nil other diseases arising iu tie
The arts that thrive at Number Fh --- of MERCURY.:
e I -- improper use
Don't take at Number One ; 'f: cambia County, January 1 1th 1830= -:47 -Jh. Q.. .;a....__ admonishing; the said John Davis and all Asa general depiuaiive amide, or cleanser of be

other persons interested or claiming to be blood Ikis! remedy pomsses invaluable powers; it

:\ \)T1C1. interested in the said Louisa Uranam alias improves the appetite, and hag also the remarkable
Tia hard with plenty in the rr<>rr, Eliza Line, to be and appear' before Ibis fOwct of depriving the skin of that yellow bilious
And A IX persons indebted to the Estate of John tint which is in bilious
plenty passing by- so common constitutions.J. .
Court at the next term thereof to ht holden
_ ii! Speiden, deceased,are ('quested t.) make immediate ALBRIGHT
There'e niee men at Number ire- Till
young : payment, and} ;;11 person' having claims BY at the: Court House in the City of IVusacola;

But only rather shy; against: said estate'" are requested to present them within ; THE un the first Monday of May ,next, to interpose The/ proprietor, in ottvrlng dig Philadelphia."CotUMlUT

And.Mrs. Smith across the way the titre prescribed/ Law toAnn thrir cl mini to time said colouird woman, SVUIT" to the public, furnishes n few of the most

Has got a grown-up-son, ; Fpcidcn. United States. and to answer to the bill of complaiut herein remarkable/ cuter, performed by the same, in lest-

Bat la ho hardly seems to kno-v i I Administratrix. I mony of its superior remedial powers as given hin

Then i is a Number. Ou(. j J Pcn-arola.- Dec.!frth, 1629! -4'2-Ft. 11PIlJ'snance; 'oflaw, I,ANHKEW JACKBON, I filed.A Hue copy from the Record. by, the respectable! United/ States persons, ns residing a just in merit different dee to paruof the
,. tlw UniU-d 1 States of Amc-
same, as well as being time means of conveying to
There's Mr. Wich: at Number Nine. Notice.3IX ric-t, do litjruliy declare, and make known, W. Hasell Hunt, their fellow creatures who are similarly afflicCi-d a

But he's intent I th-u a public! sale; will be hell al the Laud Clerk Supr. Court. West Florida.FORSALE sure, speedy and effectual remedy-aware, that
on pelf ww'k" after' date, I .,hall: apply te the pnifc ;- many medicines are at brio ime distributed about
Offw-p Tallal.as.seo). in the of
lad though he's w ill not love of Jackson at : ; Territory
pions, VuUnrr JuMire of the County Court the country, held forth to cure diseases,
His neighbor} hiim-cH: t ('010for I/ltcrs of Adtnini ;irition! on the Estate: Fl'jrula; on the flat Monday in February which they have not the slightest influence, some upoo :

At amber Seven there was a :t leThe t of Mr nAIL llKVtsos, daCf'3StU. noxt, for the disposal of the Public Lands of which they hat! tried previous to the use of the

goods had quite a run L. f\I. Stone. situated within the limits of the undermentioned ANEW syrup, HS may l lie seen by heir cnn Mtesfatoug*

And here I've cot my pingln 1 1"tOn I Tallahassee: :November, 1. 20! 4'.tf.. !tovnhips; and fractional} tmrn FRAME BUX&DING. pbyshrurs The I medicine for the i is so cure highly of various reputed discuses by some, that of the to

hand at Number One T3Iy 10 wit : hiPS-1'| 1ONTA1NK\G four Rooms, with a Kitchen, ad the propl i"OI's own knowledge, ten grntleinen of
I Notice. North of the base line and West \J Lot' fenced in, situated No. J), Seciciaiy (lie incdiral faculty were induced to try it in dis-

mother often fits atvur!., l\lcridilII.: Street, near lie Navy Yanl. Possession to be |Imad, eases, to which they themselves had been subject: ,
i & IX persons indebted! to the! PEXSACOLA oo (the 1st. January; next. For further particulars I and found Brent benefit from its use ; one particularly
And talks of props and say.!= A \11.I'rtil'illg Tow If residing in Allentnwn N. J.
for two
1 UA/iiTjOFriCF3 Sul.sniption, : nship: ( range twenty-two. ajiplv to whose dissolutionwas

And what a comfort I shall hc, ) \ and Jot i'linfing, arc itqucStc-d: to 7i."ike: j jJ Townships one, two, three, four and five, Geo. W. Barklcy.Penfiacola threatened IIT a scieie attack of lncrcomr -
In her immediate, pUint, which hall previously resisted his own treatment
declining days J paynrent..lanu.try of range tn'ntythrec.I Oct. 2r ih, lRC;:!>. 38-If
The maids about the ho'j...... ? 13th, ISoO.RUNAWAY:> I was in the course of a few weeks restored
very four and five of --- -- -- .
hips ore, range to the enjoyment of pci fret health,
Have set me down a nun, I! Koticels Given The iicconnts which! have
j twentyfour.Townships e. been received from
The sweet hearts all belong to them $,,G9 O 'R .W ARD.L } one, three, four and five, of agents iu different parts of the Union, speaking) of

That calls at Number One! t r'eucacola To all u horn it may concern that Marinne the good effects produced by the syrup, ore sufficient
from on ran 'e twentyfive.Township (, ,. is dead, alter having duly! made Bud1I"1listcc1 to compile ftt this time nn octavo volume e
I the 30th of lap/ mouth a N:.:;:o man I ; throe!: four and five, of range I :i IlsfVm and Testament, uheiein sh- upwards of two hundred pages to enumerate alt

Once: only,when the flue toek fire, (by the name flJf who has the
t U't'tl ty-six.! j I pointed( thc niu
One Friday afternoon, i : OI.IRIN.i Town-hips; two, three, four and fiv"', of j ,i..d1\.t Hiker. npot himself the xectition thereof. The doies of time Columbian Syrup) ," are judiciously
Young Mr. Long came kindly ia. 'I All pei"sons imieliicd :o rIle estate nrt' rcqUl' led to / (proportioned, rand adapted to the liKe and
; said n. tern is .1.0.11 G feet 2 inches hi;U- and rmTC Iu'tn11'- 'V'II. naK! (- iman-lute payment. nnd those lo whom che. strength of the human system. It is so perfectly
And told me not to swoon .. hraeti'ni't\ township} one, of ransro twenty iiuirlifvdlo! their claims for innocent, ihnl evil elects
1 :26 or :'iO y\ of u? His dothin r.ul iccoiIccled. !- I stale i is present pay- no need be apprehended
i\Vhy. can't he come again without ] The !sai! .1 1 negro vat f"n.uy: iH.c jtr )pem- :' fitrht) SV-m of it.: ar ytc! Galvc-7. bay. :mC'llthliu! tic: time prescribed j by Law. from if, wheu taken agreeably to the directions.It .

The Ph nix and the Sun 1 t I tv of cue !HnbiiKon. near 3f5nn, Alalinma, anti I Frarr:+)!ta: tu..n.hip; Ollll, of rang t\\'etl t DOIIN DT LA RDA.Etecu. may he given; without any apprehension lo the
sul.l l' 11oliino of Sparta, to M.ijoi Cyut mot tender' infant or feeble adult.
We cannot always have a fun t bv :min oipht, cast: t, oi' Blackwak-r 11ty.'I'uw'Ii' ; tor.
ViiluofTallahasscj I 1"1INl4TORY!: NOTICK
On fire Number One. j C. \ four and five of .Fenitacoln/ October 9th. 1829.NOTICE..
at j t Time abo\',* rc.nrcl will l b. given for the nppio-) ) Stij.s; h\'cJ, (iiiu( 'r, -- -- - Having recommended Ihe use of J. Albright6

j hensiou: nml securing said ncgiu, totter with rangt' t r' \'-/'i"lIt.: COLUMBIAN SVRUP" iu niy own private practice

1 am not old I am not plain ;; "' tail l rrs'n.1'Jc: t:;pcnce6.i ; :. I 'H\\'ft"1 {.-. two, li.'rcv1nd!!! : four of ralirv for nearly tw.. years, and l having witnessed its dociiled
Nor awkward in i 3Ulill.1 1., !lit; Subscriber lestHmentory: executorof the cHirHcy in many cases which had )previously
: r trrl-nrl .
&ail- I tw'n1\-lIi '
my c II talc Ynigo Cnrciu n-qiscst ibose who have resisted the usual! rrnii'riie I now with much pleasure
I am not crooked like thp bride \1 A,Int fr Ity:! C. II'iUi-i i I rri\vn-lH; ; That from Number rciisar.ola..lan. IGth, lrt-:) .-l lI Jr tiii and of indebted lo the I n few of the most remarkable"
went Eight ; Tu-.vn>!Iiij: }m" tlU -I', itiiir, fuo f range rouoti ((01 payment ; and those cures performed by
I'm sure white satin made htr I 1.tOl I -'--- ---- I lJrt\M\: t'. wrae to settle \\ilhin the shortest delay.ANTONIO' I i of f Kloridii I POL. Mr. John Ilinrkle's son, oLin ton township
As brown trann Territory t' of
mill five
us any 1"tytr: Iij"!! < four rn:: H' thirty Moul
I I omrry county, Pn. of ulcerH'iun oftbe' mouth
I ncc/HOttober/ 14. IS'2'J! -37tf;
Dut even beauty has no clnnco: Western District t, Hiipmor C\f lie ihtoc.Souili. .. and throat, and violent infinnimaticn of the eyes

I thick at Number Ouc I.=C:111ha) !!( (..I011. :! ty. of ;t.h 1f.: lino: and urst: of the I It --- --- --- --- the disf! c* had (!eF'roy(1 Ihe soft parts of the
i 1 I A r&ESKY SUPPLY throat und roof of the mouth that it laid daro
F.\1..L TEIDI1 t ; Fusliiuiiaiilc Sl/MMER CLOTHING I the bones and made, its into the nose.-l\1rs.
At Number Six they : Mifj RcvMM i niJ: ) 1 lov.nsliip one, of ran ;e tvcntynno. O jus way
say \ : nvrivcd And for sale by! the Under iaped :Mary Peterson, of Wilmington, Del of confirmed
plain a ncore of heart, Public, Notice"j Scrofula, under which she laboured nearly three

And Cupid for her cake,has born :; J Ft i-cfto.ftal? imvnships one and t\\,0, of UnlYSIS1'IA'U? of yenrs. She had extensive scrofulous ulcerali non >
.Rdck.! Crown inn! Green BoinlinEccn lie! /left side of the neck down to her breast ; the
Quite prodigal of darts. j Is Hereby l Given ran};(' t'.vt-niy-11'.icf1.
Coatees and Frock Coats breast very much enlarged ; her left arm swollen
The imp they j show With bcuded LcI \\-- Fracliotial lowjiships; one and f.vo, ol"ranj and uselesi:
.faa cs QUJJI, ) THAT this!. nit ha< l 11> oouin- nnd het head on the affected side re
wish he had a gun 1 I t rs sitl1:1! :l att-wlipu'iit in the! ? t\n'n\\ '-fonr. Arjrnl.i) <'lcasl inn, and French Linen do, with n dining on the shoulder and violent pain in her

But if he had, Neil never deign It'ltliffn.; O'.31 ara, Superior Court, ErsiHi: i Tovsshsj: ;t) one, of range twenty five. \ varii'iy of system. General Thomas. Snyder, of Rheumatic

To shoot withNumfecr Out' 1 County. The Jcf:1IIan't and all y'hcr porMms interested To\vtt>1lip one, of rUI' c twenty six. affection of the heAd, followed by nn obstruction of
l l are hereby reevircd' to aj>in-ir i-iid plead' to of JACKETS.; the nostrils! ; severe pain in the upper jaw, <-Ktendin -
the Dt-rlaration. Fractional township two, range twenty r from the nose over the cheek bones; the cheeks
It's very hard, and so it i is, Pensu'nb, Jauunrc rilh, ld30--lfi-iX 1 : ti1x.. :Fine; plain, arId frilled linen shirts/. ; Black Itaf inhibiting high stale of inOAmmRI on.-Mr. Va-

To live in such a row; Fractional township? one and two, .ct f i ian cravats: and tocks ; silk pocket htndkerchief v lrtitine Boraef of nlc.rnlion of the left nostril obstruction -
black horse
silk and cotton Hosiery ; skin Heater
} of the same : loss.! of smell difB ofbreathing
11 And herea a ballad ringer,con:? NAY ACUNT'S: OTFICI:, IPcnsacolo J race twentyseven.Fractional and linen gloves ; silk, cotton and worsted suspenders 1,! and severe pain of the cully

to aggravate my\ro ; Dc c. l let i, 1821) J 1 townships one nnd twool, 'I j ) "!; ; black!. white and seal hats, of fine qnali- Musick's wife, son and daughter: Mrs fYlitprn-l\h.Mustek ef

O take away: your foolish: pong Proposals: will bo received; t t range twenty-eight, East of Pensacola and ", nail 'latest saurian, with: a general. supply' ofBOOTS Chronic Rheumatism. with which she had been

And tones enough to stun, If I SE.\I..ED cc until dIe first day of Apri!1 l Kscamhia bays, and west of the Wnytf St. I' afflicted upwards,*sixteen. years ; her son of scald
head, and daughter of scorbutic affection of the
'There is nae luck about the h'>u-f: ,' next to supply the \Vest India Squadrun! antNavy :I Mary d'Fritctiunal Galve/ I iiiSrJ, AXD .....VIA gum and' dischnrgc from the eft ear.-StephenSnare's

I know at Number One! Yard with township one_ of Tango twenty RIIOES _. son of carious affection the shin; nearly
-- cc
eight, East of Black writer bay. c.T. ---- I the whole-of the shin 'hone was destroyed, together

Reward. Fresh I Fractions of townships one and two, of O'Neill. with many of the! smaller bones of the foot.-Mr

$3Q Beef range twenty-nine, East find West of Escanihia Prnsacola May 12Ui, 1S29.14t1.iNotice. I James M'Mmn, of liver complaint and asthma
which lie had upward* of ninryenrs.-Mrs. MyergofMlceratefl
D FSEQTED from this Post, on the 10th inst. AND 1Vegetables. 1 hay.'l'OWnship.
Private sore mouth anti throat, and her daugb.
one, of range thirty. j ter ofscrofulA./ Besides the diseases above inn

John Fuller Fractional township two, of range: thirty. merated, I prescribed the Syrup with great success
persons interested in the Estate of John in mercurial and 8ecoiidfy! :
yFoil Fractional townships one and two of ALL cases syphilis
i Marines, Atxmt 22 years of age. 6 feet 7 incl-cs ONE YKAlt. deceased, ItU! hereby notified that the i In giving this testimony of the merits of ll0

high, foacel eyes, sandy hair and fair complexion' The proposals to state the prim per pound: range thirty one. Undersigned Clerk of the Ctiunty Ceurt will ex- Columliiitn; Syrup) ," I have divested my language
And by oecupatioa plf'I'i.us 10 cotistmclt. a Biack- the Fractional townships two and three, of officio ndmiHisler on said Estate, pursuant to an : entirely of technical. terms, the defter t. be underderslood .
of beef and terms \! )on the
laid Whoever \ vege- order of the lion the ol the
; ) rill apprehend the eaid' Fuller, range thirty-two. Presiding Judge by those, to whom il is intended to convey
find deliver him At this, or any other Marine Sta- tales! will be furnished. South of the be }line and East of the County Court, all! persons having any tlemsndg its effects. The length of time the diseases have,
tion io the United States, shall rccehc the again against said Estate will present them viitho.'ldelay. been convinces
me, that the
will evret are
retain,. Bond and security he required for the Meridian. .
I and it with
p?iancnt. mny propiiely be said, that
G. F. Lindsay, faithful; performance of the contract. Townships thren, and four, of range four. II. G. Ramsay, its ir'!nling- qualities rank it among the first remedies

Lt. Comrandurhg.M For further information apply at this Office. Fractional township five, of lange five. Clerk.Wn of the present day..JOHN

DEPOT Charles P. 'PuttNavy Townships\ one and two, of range six. !,on County, October 16th, 1829 SStf. I. MAYWEG: M D.
Altil .
Philadelphia. _March_n_ ___ F_>. lQ2.R._
PM\aaco1a, F. J tta.rary 21st. 1 B3rt. Agcnt. Townships two, three and eight of rangeten.
The Rhove mentioned Mediciue
I can be procured
42-tf. Not\c 114 hereb; Given* I I nl three dollars per quart buttle of the Subscribers

: Notice. I Irntft Fractional townships two, three and four, TO ALL WHOI1IT MAY CONCERN, ;who will exhibit to any person applying} the certi
and townships!!! five and ten, of range eleven. Gcatcs of cures alluded to by Doctor Mayweg.
i copartnership heretofore existing in this: Fractional townships four and five, and THAT James Parker is dead and lint letters Vanbaun & \VTlson.
place under the firm of heretofore .
Copartnership existing under ; oo his estate have been
firm of fainn&! Gates is township ten, of range twelve. \ Pet''ltsrnla.lfithJsnt>. 1829.
KOFQgflN % HYER, by mutual granted to the Subscriber. All persons indebted to ;.VtPai
lon.1 I
five and six of
!and! in New Orleans under that of cent this dAY dissolved. Tho<; having .J Fractional townships the estate are requested to make immediate payment --- .I

UYER Sf KOPM.1N, Against laid Firm will please present iheni-it is range thirteen. and ih )te lo whom time estate is indebted, (J0 TKI> WEEKLY,$"

if this day dtettolvedbd mutual consent, all thosaJuting t deemed quite unnecessary to add, that those indebted The townships and fractional townships present their taintS within the time VrU--r}bed'by JEROIftS D. MOOb.FOn. .

t toy c1aiml.Zlgl1in&t said concern here. are re- \' their will confer: a particular favor by settling will be offered in the order above designated, law. THE PROPRIETOR, :

1 cjaestedto present them for settlement, and all those accounts. beginning with the lowest number of Sectionin James Fiulay,
P. Haines .
indebted ryfll please make immediate payment to Sidney each. Administrator 'P"b\is\\ oi tixe L\\Vi8
H. H/cr.
Samuel Gates.The Pensacda, 3k t< 24, 1829.-38-9f. OF THE
Henry Kopman. The lands reserved by law for tae use of ,
business! will in future be conducted bj "" i
I Henry Iyer. Samuel Gains who 1 Keeps his unual rood supply. schools, or for other purposes, will be excluded NOTICE. ,

The baelaew here will in future be conducted ant! iVnsacolai August 3Id.182928tf.Public from sale. QTHHE Undersigned bas received: instructions' to AND OF THE

agaodgejjeralttSAortinenticept by II. liver.Pencacola Given under my hand at thc City of vJL prevent or punish the cutting; of valuable TERRITORY OF. FLORIDA.

,. Janaarj 15th,J83J-47-It. Washington this fifth day of October, limber, upon the Public Lnnils. These instruction -
1 '
1'- Notice A. D. extend not only to Lh'o Oak and Cedar, but J 5.
Notice I IIX l IS 11EREJIY GIVEN ,. ANDREW JACKSON. *. Timber of every"'}|cscripti0n taken from ,he Pub FIVE DOLLARS per annum, in odvanee, if pay
1 1I lie Lund, for the purpose of Shipping, for the Uif months SIX DOLLARSwill
is deferred .i. ,
Pedro Kans \ THAT this suit ha been iasti- ': mont \
By'PrcsidenV: of Saw Mitts &c. tt .is to be Understood howeri
[ weeks after atJt .I shall apply fur n toted attachment iu the bo required. *
I by BopeUru that the instructions do not Apply to timbiruset for
3 letters of Administration, on 1)10) estate T'trren Wwr Court, Eseambia Coa>tty, GEORGE GRAHAM.Commissiuncr I fuel or for plantation! purposes.Benj. rrAdvertisemenu inserted conspicuously at ONE

of Milluy Porter, deceased. Poruizo Urn nnd The Defendant and all other (perlt'ihren -of.the General Land j I D. Wright, DOLLAR for every fourteen lines o r Mess, #r
Dm. j sons iiitereeted are hereby TpquirJ- '
James 'Daniel] 1 0#cr. the first insertion, and FIFTY CENTS, for each
ed to appear: and plead to the Declaratioti.1'entac U. ,y. dtterney.t .
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