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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 20, 1830
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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year, or be subject to a penalty of ten dol- Sec. Be T : i
La\vs of Florida. lars. i I 12. further enactcJ,That when the company, district batalion or regiment ; for making donations ;.LaD4 tQ..cer aia ; f; 'lIt
( any vacancy shall} take place, in a Cuptnin'sj and all militia I
officers whose *
commissions in Arkansas and
.-1 Sec. 4. Be it further enacted Tha 1 persons Territory,; also :I ISO i
: all j commission, the lieutenai-t-colenol' or officer '. arc now in force, shall cease and expire on much of an act approved t-filh January .:(f
elections of militia
the first of officers, subsequent to r[I"commanding the batalion or squadron, shall the first Monday of February next, except eighteen hundred and twenty nine, entitled, il ,i t;
; Munday
February next shall be j appoint: two tit and I proper persons' within: those appointed by the President of the "An act restricting the location of certain ; 1 i ""J ,
governed the rules and .
I, by regulations here till said :ompnny or troop, to manage a the : United States. laud claims in the Territory of .Arkftaiaf, !; ;
r 3w inafter prescribed. I said elections, who shall hold the polls at i iII i Sec. 22. And be it further enacted. That and for other purposes," as limits the:titoaof .t L Il :
Sec. 5. He further, enacted, That when I the usual muster-ground of the said troop or i I I the Cth; 20th and 27th sections of an act locating those donations be, and the lame is i jl ); :EI
any vacancy shall take place, in the commission II company, from. eleven o'clock in the moming I "to organise the militia of the Territory of hereby continued in force for the further ,:. t .
j of Colonel of Infantry, the same : until three o'clock in the afternoon: I Florida," arc hereby repenled. term of one year, from the twenty fourth dajr ; .(x,
shall be filled by election by nil free white I i after having advertised the same fur twenty Passed, 20th November, 1829. of May next provideded that no location '

'- ..-.. men above the age of eighteen, and under !i days before the said election. in at least four shall be made within the further time allow
oJ r AUTHORITY.AN \ forty-five ycais, who reside i within the said i! l public ilaces iu t the said: company or troop. AN ACT ed by this act, which shall not include lhe '

JtY. .. ; Regiment, (except such persons as arc attached j and on the same evening the managers; shall For the relief of ISlacV.. Mitchell. actual settlement made by the'claimant pits : ;
--- -- ACT-- ---- I to the cavalry or any regiment of count o\.crthe votes and declare the election. Be it enacted! by the Governor and Legislative or to the twenty fourth day of May next. ,.L.;

To prevent the Manumission of slaves, in artillery, and the person having the greatest | Sec. 1J. Be further enacted, That when Council of the Territory of Florida, Approved, Jan.13,1830.RESOLUTION ;"
certain cases in this Territory. number of votes shall he the person elected. !I''the commission of the first. second or third'|'That Isaac \". Mitchell be entitled) to re- _:
Be it enacted by the, Governor and Legislative Sec. C. Be further enacted, That when | ]lieutenant or cornet :shall: become vacant, I:;I ccive from the Territorial Treasury, the granting the use of the .

Council of the Territory of Florida, ;! any vacancy shall take place, in the commission :, the captain, or if there be no captain, theM.ijnr I| value of a negro boy, Ben, who was hung, books in the Library of Congress to the ,: :
shall'' of lieut. colonel, the Major then in or Lieutenant Colonel 1 commanding& ..., under the laws of this Territory. for murder. Heads of Department, to certain officers ::
manumit That any any person slave or or slaves person'who, brought; into commission in the same regiment, shall bo.:! the said company or troop, shall appoint two Sec. 2 Be it further enacted, That the of Congress, and to Ex-Presidoab of tho 4: j.
immediately commissioned lieutenant: colo- tit and within the said which he shall be the United States.
this after the: of this act, r ,t I, proper persons com- j,: umount to entitled, by
Territory
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shall forfeit and for slave so I nel ; and whenever a \'i.lcancyht11- : take i I ipauy or troop, to manage: the} !said election, provisions of this act, shall be assessed by Rssohcd, by the Senate cad House cf: f
the pay, of every hundred, dol- i pl-ice in the commission of the Major the !I[ who shall hold time polls at the usual muster R. K. Call, John P. Duval and Thomas; Representatives of the United States tf ;}
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: h-.ilf, be sum into the Torritornl t; same shall: he filled by election! by all free.: ground of the}; said: troop} or company, from Brown, who shall certify to the amount, America, in Congress assembled That the ,,1 I.
l-iis\ ; ono v n 1 paid half ihc \vhite men above} th" ale: of eighteen, and i eleven o'clock in tha morning until elmm cc' I, which :shall be audited} ;and paid accordingly. President of the Senate and Speaker of e .1
'rrc: Hry an! the other ; to 1)rsoim ; under foity five ye.nv! wiio belong} 10 lIe "I ,:'\ lovk la the! ctficrnotr.i lt suing for the same. hatallion where such vacancy shall occur, tiscd the same for twen'j days before, the PHS:I tl 21st November:: 182<>. !ng, bo, and they aro hereby authorized to !.
Sec. 2. lie it further enacted That any grant the use of the books in the Library k
and the person pacing the greatest number! said( election, in at least lour public placesin .
person or persons bringing into this Territory! of votes shall l h any lave or slaves after the passage of this 7. Jl'q)further enacted, That when same evening: the manage shall! count over Concerning! certain laws of this session. & of the Treasury, the Seeretary of :'f' ;t.
act, and wishing to manumit him, her or an} vacancy shall take place in the commission : eke voles and declare the flection.Soc. ] Dc it (enacted by the Governor and Ll';is- War, the Secretary of the Navy, the PostMaster 7.;1 -

thorn, such person or persons shall, before of Captain, first: Lieutennnt, scond: or ; 14. Jc it fnrtlttr enacted, That latinc Council of the Territory of Florida, General, the Secretary of the Senate i f t
hi* grants such manumission, give bond with third Lieutenant, of any heat company, the I whenever any vacancy hall happen of a That all the laws, passed at the present session and Clerk of the House of Representmives 1 i iri

two or more securities, in a sum equal to tie same shall be filled by election, by all (free ,I commissioned officer, in ;:\nv. troop or company when not otherwise expressed in those I the Chaplains of Congress, and ,'
value of such slave; or slaves: :, to be approved white men above the age of eighteen anl'' of militia, and the 1111 corm posin'., such laws, shall, be in force from and after the any indiviual when in the District of Columbia

of by the I'rC'Vidintr justice of tho county, in under forty-five years, residing within said : company or troop shall nc-izlect or refuse:; passage thereof; except the Act "To repealan who have been President of tho y '
which such manumission: imy be grantedconditioned beat company, and the person having the for the spate; of three iriomhs, due noticeof ;art t authorising! ( the Governor to appointa United States ; at the times, and on the same
( for the transportation of L-VOTV greatest number of votes shall be the person an election: having: heel given, to fill up : clerk for the Executive Department," term: conditions and restrictions, as members -
such slave or sV vcs beyond the juii-..lki! ion elected ; Provided nevertheless, that nothing the same as the law dircc.'s ; it shall be thin which :shall bo in force fl urn and! after the :. of Congress are allowed to use laid .

of this Territory, within thirty d h}',: after herein contained, shall extend to any volunteer duty of the commanding officer of the Regiment first! day of December 1829.: books. '
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, the uvinunmsion of such shro or slaves. corps of artillery, cavalry, or light illfmtry to which such: troop or company shall Passed, November 22, 1829. Approved, January 13, 1830. t

Sec. 3. Br it further marled, That any who shall elect their respective officers belong; with' the consent! of the coma andin-j( -- ANDREW JACKSON

slave or slaves manumitted, contrary to the from amongst themselves, in the following officers, thereof!; to fill up au-h vacancyn; \\ ACT I ITo PRESIDENT OF TUB U. STATES op luenici' *
1 provisions of this act, shall not be doomed manner : When any vacancy shall the }person appointed} shall be bound to amend an Act "to authorise the laying To ail and singular to whom these Present
fiee, but shall be llabh' to lie taken up, under take place in the commission of colonel ofcavalry serve for the; space: of t\v lvc months said out a road from the Appalachicola' River shall come Greeting :

an order from the superior: or county courts, the same shall be elected from appointment, under a pcinlty often dollars, to i Marianna." Whereas Articles of Agreement between '
in tho county in which such slave or slaves amongst the officers; noncommissionedofficers to he recovered] as :hoie.inalW directed. I I>c it enacted by the Governor and Legislative. the United Slates of America, and the band #t
shall have been manumitted, which!; order and of the Sec. 15. Be : Council of the Territory of Florida,
privates same regiment; by itfur.'fartxaclcd. That in all: I of Delaware Indians, upon the Sandusky
shall be directed to the marshal or sheriff themselves the the cases: of contested I That the Commissioners appointed under .
I person having greatest! t elections, the validity ol over, in the State of Ohio, were entered,into '
the countv. number of votes to be the person elected.Soc. the same, in then o of fit-.l on.....i-R, litbe .il\ i, the act to which this is an amendment, shall on the third of August, eighteen hundred!
Sec. 4."lie further enacted, That it shall referred to his Brigadier General of the be! allowed until the first 1 Monday of May
8. Ce it further enacted, That when and twenty nine, at Little Sandusky, in the
be the duty of th( marshal or !shcrill, to any ; shall take place in the commission Biiuade, who :shall; call to hi-, assistance two next, to comply with the second section of State of Ohio, by John McElvain, Commissioner -
whom such order may be directed, to adver- vacancy of Lieutenant Colonel, or Major tlf field officers of :some oihei 1 Ju "iments of the the act before recited ; and it shall) be the on the purt of the United Stated, ttn4
tise the sale ,)f slave or slaves, taken up interested tlu duty of the county court u proceed accordingly k
any cavalry or :Major of artillery the same shall Brigade, not ( in i the event of :the certain Chiefs on the Iartoftheband of Delaware .
as provided by this act, at least twenty days be filled by election, by the officer, noncommissioned dispute ; and in the election of captains, I and the said commissioners are Indians ; which Articles of Agree
previous! to the day of sale, and shall proceedand officers and privates compos- licul'uantshall: : be referred to the field hereby vested with full power and authorityto ment are in the words following, to wit **
sell the same for cash,as socfh thereafteras ing the said; batalion or squadron, from officers of the Regiment, to which they' make any alterations in the road returns ARTICLES OF AGREEMENTmade :
he shall deem expedient.Sec. LcJlJlI already mad.as; they may see'fit ; and this) ,
amongst( themselves, the p jrson having the between John M'Ehain, thereto
5. Be further r enacted, That it shall :greatest number of votes to be the person Sec. 1 G, He il furtJifr enacted. Tint: the I act shall be in force from its passage. specially authorized by the President qf I
be the of the marshal sheriff; selling of Passed, November' 21st, 1829.
duty or elected. commanding officer each Regiment! the United States, and the band of Delaware. -
slave or slaves, for the violation of the throughout tile Hr.dl bo arihoii ed I..
Territory ;
any :> .
Indians the
Soc. 9. Be it further enacted, That 1It'n 7if' upon SandusJcif river ,.
provisions of this act, to give::!; to the purchaser shall take} place in the commission : he think fit, to exempt) the men from turning LAWS OF THE UMTED: STATES. in the State of Ohio,for the cession of&
any vacancy
: or purchasers: a bill or bill of sale of first Lieutenant second} or I out on parade, in the months of July, certain reservation of land in the: said i: .J
for the same, which bill or bills of !* do shall third Lieutemnt Captain, Cornet of I August and September.Sec. l'SSInT: run FIRST SESSION op THE State. ':[+
be lawful, and shall secure the purchaser or : or any of companyof 17. Be it further enacted, That tlir-;. T'.Vr.-V: TV-FIRST CONGRESS.AN I Article 1. The said: band of Delaware Indians i
purchasers of such slave or slaves, his, her artillery, light infantry or troop cavalry, rules and regulations of the field exercise
the : shall be filled by ACT authorise the exchange of certain cede to the United Slates the tract of ";
respectively, same!
or their Tight of property in swim slave or and mancpvrcs of infantry, compiled' and ,
the three miles the
election, by the officers, non-commissioned !iou of land) between Universityof square, adjoining Wyandot
slaves by him her or them pii'vrmed.Sec. officers and of the said ) or adopted to the OrganiZation of the United) : Aliehigan'Ferritury and Martin Bauin reservation upon the Sandusky liver, reserved e
6. He it further enacted, That it shall from privates themselves company and the States army, agreeably to a resolve of Cmio and OI.IC'U.' fur iheir use by the treaty of the Ra. .
be the duty of the marshal or sheriff, to pay troop, among i I I glass, shall hereafter be observed: in the instruction rids: of the Maumee concluded between the '
having the number of votes I Be it marl by the. Senate and Hnute I
into the Treasury of this Territory, all monies shall person be the pcrsofttJected.Sec. greatest. and exercise lf f infantry; within this of Representatives of the United States of United States and tho Wyandots, Seneca, .
arising from the sale of slave: or Tenitory.Sec. .
every
Delaware, Shawanees, Potawatamies, Olta-?
assembled That the
in ,
slaves, taken tip and! sold under the provisions 10. Be. it further enacted, That when 18. Be it further enacted, That all' America Trustees of Congress the University of Michigan bo. was, and Chippewa tribes of Indians: on tho .
ol this act, after deducting the amountof the commission:: of Colonel in any Regiment fines and penalties incurred or imposed for } authorized to exchangewith twenty ninth day of September in the yearof
five per cent. in full of their services. shall become vacant, the officer next in neglect 01 default o'f militia duty, may be and they Martin: are Bmm hereby and others, the tracts of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
Sec. And be it enacted Tint command in said Regiment, shall issue his collected in the wit ,
7. further following manner, to : :land uesJijnatc-d: as river lots, numbered one seventeen, and the said tribe of Deiawares .. z
this act shall be in force from and after its order to be extended to each captain or I' By warrant, under the hand) and seal of the and two, in the United States' reserve olt engage to remove to and join their nation on

yt1JJd rommandiiitf officer of the companies constituting captain or commanding] officer of the company ....hc! mill orj>ir\rc. on iholiniTli of Lake the West side of the Mississippi! On the land '
Passed 21st November, 1S29. said Regiment, to call to his assistance or of the presiding officer of the court- Kiif, heretofore purchased from the United allotted to them, on or before the first day
two of his subaltern officers, or i if none, I martial by which the !fine is imposed, which States, and which! having been relinquished! of January next, at which time peaceable i
AN: ACT, two other fit and proper persons to open I warrant may be directed to any sergeant of! by the said Merlin B mmni, under the!: provisions possession of said reservation is to be give -
To amend an Act "'['o organise; and! regulate and hold a poll ;.t their respective muster !1 tile company to width the delinquent belongs of the act of tho second of March, one to the United States. ,.
the :Militia of the Territory of Flo- grounds ; which said captain shall advertise} ;:: commanding him to levy and collect i thousand; eight hundred and twenty one, for Article II. In consideration of the stipa. ,. !
rida. for at least forty days, at three public places I said I fine or itccs and I the} slid sergeant is : ,:Io i t.lid'of the purchasers of the public lions aforesaid, it is agreed, that the Unf
Be it exacted by the Got'crnornd Legislative in the bounds! of his command.-The said I hereby au'.lmiscd: : J and required, under the : fands, weic sifti-i wards selected by the Secretary ted States shall pay to the said band the sum s

Council of the Territory of Florida, managers shall hold the polls one day, from I i penalty of twenty dollars, to call on every I of the Treasury, for the said University of three thousand dollarstwo thousand ,
That it shall be the duty of the Brigadier eleven o'clock in the morning, until three I delinquent who shall I.e named: in such war- under tile provisions of the art of the dollars in hand, the receipt of whlchJ* here.:. i

Generals of this Territory, to issue ordersto o'clock in the afternoon, and shall meet at rant, or in a schedule or list to the warrant twentieth of May, one thousand: eight hun by acknowledged by (the unders' nedlbhlefs ,
the Colonels, or other field officers of the the regimental( l muster ground the first or I annexed, and to dew,ml payment for the! dred and twenty six, entitled "An Act concerning of said tribe, and the remaining balance\ of t,
several Regiments within their Brigades, second day after the election, as may be I said fine or fine or fines ; and on neglect or a Seminary of learning in the Ter- one thousand dollars to. be appropriated tb
requiring said officers to order an electionfor ordered by the officer who shall order such refusal to make such payment, for the said ritory of Michigan," for such: other lands as the purchase of horses, clothing provisions' t
the field officers of their respective Regi- election, to count over the votes and de- j fine or fines, and on neglect or refusal to may Le .''grrcd upon by them ; and the Pre- 'and other useful/ articles, lo aid thn> ,their
ments, on the first Monday of Februarynext. dare the election ; and when the commis- j make such payment, after demand thereof, sident of limo! United Slates, upon being advised journey !o soon as they are preapared toads '

I sion of Major shall become vacant, the !so as aforesaid made, then the said sergeant, by isle said Trustees that such exchange move.
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That it Colonel, and if there bo no Colonel, the I having the aforesaid warrant, shall forthwith has b'cn.m2.e. is hereby authorized In witness whercofi the said 1 John M'fiW' .

shall be tho duty of the Colonels or other officer next in command in the said Regiment proceed to collect the said fine or fines, together and required to issue patents in such manneras vain, and the Chiefs, if the said bud, havo ,t

officers, as aforesaid, to appoint three per- I shall order each captain or commander with such costs as are received; by may be necessary ;o any this: act into I hereunto set their hands aoJ.. iwatlj at, LitUo .,
sons in tho several precincts within theirRegiments of a company, to call to his assistance two ; sheriffs on executions, besides five per cent full effect. Sandusky, in the Suet* of Ohio .ibisifmd ;I
to manage said election, who of his subaltern officers, or other fit and on the amount collected.Sec. A. STEVENSON, :day of August in thft .eatof our Lord ono ,

shall, after having given four weeks notice, ;I proper persons: to open and hold a poll, at 19. Be it further enacted, That the Speaker of the House of Ktprejcntatives. thousand eight hundred afco M'ELVAlti.Captain twenty diet, '

proceed to hold said election and make returns their respective muster grounds, giving forty maximum amount of any fines, to be assessedon JOHN C. CALIIOUN, JOHN .
thereof; under such rules! and regulations -'I Jays notice by advertising in three public the officers and privates, under the act to ice; President o.fthe United States. Pipe his 't mark !
for the places in the bounds of their Command. William Maiacur his z mark
as are prescribed governing which this is an amendment, shall not exceed '
election nf rivil nffiror of this Territory! Sec. 11. Be it further enacted, That thesaid one half tho amount of said fines and, Pcsident of the Senate. Captain Wolf his s markMix .-

anfl ',all free white men above thy age 'of'' (mniuigci sli-ill hold the poll oliO day at respectively. j Approved, Jan. I a, 1830.ANDREW Eli Pipe, faint
eighteen and under forty \'c }''eir: who their muster ground, from eleven o'clock in Sec. 20. Be it further enacted, That the JACKSON.AN Solomon Joneycake, lets x'tnark
reside :within tho Regiments or Batalion., tbo morning until three oMock in the after- uniform of the officers of the militia of this Joseph Armstrong, hb :I mark

as the case may be, shall be entitled to vote ;( noon, and shall meet on the batnlion muster Territory, shall bo tho ame in every respect ACT to extend the lime for locating George Williams" his x markIn

for the field officers of said Regiment orB ground, or some public place near the s\mo.: as drat now established in the army of certain donation. in Arka nsa,. presence otNATHANIEL _
bJions, and the persons having tho great* on the day; following( and covnt out the votes the United States, for officers of similar Be it enacted by the Senate and Ifouse ofRepresentative M'CLEAN) 4
est number of votes shall be the persons and declare tjic election. The managers of grade and character.Sec. af the United Stales vf I CORNELIOUS WILSON c

elected. 1.election to ho appointed in pursuance of this 21. Be it further enacted, That all America, in Congress assembled, That so II. BARRETT.bo 1
Sec. 3. Be it farther enacted, That all t I..act, before thoy proceed to !hold! any election, militia officers commissioned after the first I i much of an Act of Congress approved twen- I Now, t it known,that T United, Arc- {
military commissions: shall emanate from j shall: bo duly sworn, "that they will impnr- Monday of February nest, shall remain in : ty fourth of May, eighteelhundred and ,i h bit>zR JACKOX, President Of the
tho Governor, and the staff officers of every 1\ lially and faithfully hold such election ;" and commission during good behaviour ; and a twenty eight, entitled "An act to aid the i Stxtes;; o'f'Americn,, having seen and' considered
I Articles of do in
grade diujl.bb appointed by their respective I ; the presence of not more than ono manager, commissioned officer after :accepting his said State of Ohio in extending the Miami Canal I !ftid advice Agreement and ol,tot pursuance Se. ,
of the consent
commundprs) ; non-comaniissiont4) officers' from each place of election, shall be necessary commission shah not be permitted to resign (from Dayton tie Lake Erie', and to grant a of thn- t
shall bo appointed by tho commanding ofiictrs : at the time of counting out tho rotes within two years from the date: of his commission II quantity of land to said State to aid itt i the 1.[n.\tfe, t bvexprewd h}' their rcyolutjon hnndrefl! 1, ,
conduct wn of Canab 90tborfc.by l la* J first ef ecembor.. eighteen
him elf tvitb''it 'Wf'IJ
be removes
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twenty nine, 'accept, ratify, aud-confirm Hio following; &is a l list of the crises in which bores, from Tim1mico CQ this place'but.'couJbtain i n 'the absence df the functionary atethi zed ]Rail Road' Company,) ftccorniilistvmile ; ) c:

the same, and every thaw>t""+ mid article thereof awards have.been made, and of tho amount .ol no intettgeuce ,of the U. S.. Ship fill it. It alluded to the well known case of the route in one minute nnd on e:

'-f;> % principal and ;Interest. allowcd in -each Horr.et; until myprrival ,here on .t the 21si tcol f the :allowance made William II. Law- seconds, being ut the rate of forty' five 1\\'PI.l1 ii lea

In jcstirootiy whereof, have caused .the taso. when I was nfornted she was'driven from circc, late Charge litres at London, atoll up hour.. ,

scat o4UJ&. United States to be 'hCFf'tlUL. Tail Talc. Total!. iior I moo rings iffTnmpico, in a very severe : !stated that the President had not directed The London Courier of the I2th.ho3.tlu,

( s.) to affix d, having signed tho same J Reis Principals.35,035,500 Jts,Jntrrtst-:iW. !,3IO( fl,;. S7.ltt4t: !?.>0 j blow on the Oth of September last, since ( a suit to compel the reimbursement of the following paragraph' :- >

with my hand. r'uMiur. \\1 I which time throv\\.. been no tidings of her. t coney paid to that :trentleman, preferring to A morning paper adverting to-thrccop
tr Done at the City of Washington! this second 13,000,000 2.1." ltj7fi 21.1W.C7G Since I hated with > ou at Pensacola, 1 cave t the matterjo the discretion of Cougre.ss, ti(IOU of Don Migticls Envoy by President"
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.' day of JawMiy. in ihe; year ot'our Sarah icortre. has occurred. whose wisdom he the Prc i- .Jackson thinks '
nothing of coijcquencc: My t lo legislative:! ( fit to nntkq
thousand eight bundre and 34,935,010::; 7,514, J5D 42,472,190Ilia.
Lord one { of the crew, gfneraly, enjoy their health ; the (1 lent) submitted the whole of the subject con- illinnt ndvanuigrs to the- AJ
the Independence
thirty, and of 0,733,500 1/.U7.534: : 8,0. ,031 cotton cmvasso far as J have been able to t lained; in his;; nte'ssa'e. It was referred to the from this early recognitiot.. .

United States the fifty& fourth.JACKSON. fjulher.3iOOO test it, answers i-y fullest expectaious.U"UXl& Committee on Foreign Affairs and ordered of many weeks," it is toast "t i ibu
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ANDilEW ,000 1,2), )JN
be crowded with Am
to printed.Amung cnn ;
Hero -w*
11y the President, :" 10,305.000: 1.143,979: 12.01d,97H: \\). j\-L. vtim.. rCauTrTlio'ris', acre the follow- niiiiiuf.u tuna supciAetfiag our:
fiURF N.
M. VAN-Bccretarv of Starr.GAZETTE. 2Vt/. -- ,-, ---'------ -- ill!!, submitted by Mr. Drayton of South! Carolina that great and important VII
3.000,000 :313,178 f : 3,3134: LN: filLNATH.: ." Our
; which were read and committed to a good ministers would indeed ho

2Aovv): : "ifir t.{),i93 00,939,993Hannah. ) : January 21. Committee of the Whole on the State of the I it i unpardonable, if any omission on their partwere
The resolution .mbmittc-vl Mr. Living-
: by calculated to
j Union.lirsulKfdi. rive an advantage-to our
31 j't'OO; ) L*JO, 74 37,197,774> sto, proposing to subscribe for a certain That all duties upon imports mercantile! rivals in the potts of our ancient
PC1r'SACOLA, FE13RUAKY 20th, J :ttt Sprrro. nnnber of copies of time documents to be which operate oppiessively upon the great ally : but what dread can there be of competition :
71U; 'JtjOI) 17-203!(;: ((1:3>: 9-2,5 l::.,d)3 printed by ( illcs.\ Seaton, was read the
of February. 7/u.sj.j/r. J JAmltij. hotly of the people' or unequally upon certain from a country which cannot secure
Twenty-second of Pcnsacolaho arc desirous 01 I .,_-,,:;...-Jt)1,J...,'.). .j t second time, and, after a short debate, ordered ( I portions of them, ought to be repealedor the supply of its own market to its uianiit. ctmers -
Th Citizens to bo engrossed. The debate was re- without
modified. loading our with ,
goods '
celebrating the 22nd of Pensacoli February Reading by a Ball Room, are, i:.,D30noO! I$9::,t78 IG;t 2S2'J s>.med on the unfinished; :: business of the day llcsuh'cci, That the importation of raw impost duty of GO per cent and upwards rt?
at the ; Ruth
requested to meet Previous which the resolution "ubmittedliy
{ w.is of which dues Wliat talisman dues} President
this afternoon ai 1 o'clock, for the purpose of making t I, ttJt: > m 4,9*4,41 29,t2d,440 wool, the prime cost not exceed Jackson possess
Mr. Foot the of
fur suspending: suveys ) ten cents; per pound, ought to bo admitted for rendering! the cotton fabrics of New
the necessary arrangement A Great Prfrrl.We have perused!' with nublic lands, until those already; surveyed arc without being subject to the paymentof Turlnnd: moro attractive as a purchase!
interest issued from the New disposed of: Messrs lienton and IInrne 1 I reply the duties all tin l.auks of the l
that Tamils than
and
Sailing of the Falmouth.U. a pamphlet just any duly ; upon : on those: of the
York entitled on the l cd at length!; to the ;argument! of !Mr.1 Webster he reduced.Rcsiilctdi Delaware
.S. Vlo.ip of War Falaioulth; Commodore Elli: press, "Conrspondcnco : other"kjnd's of wool ought to or :Su.-qui-hanriah} 1 Have: the citizens *
ott, and the U. S. Schr. Grampn?, sailed from this importance and practicability of a Rail Road!) ; but IJt.f"reIr.: IJ.iyno c.oriclnled his That the drawbacks which existed of the United States; ('itlll'l'thc h iiicl'-

port on Thursday last on a cruize. from New-York to ,New Oilcans, in which; !1 remaiks; the Sen.te adjourned over to Mon- i upon the exportation of :spirits distilled nation) or the power to purchase PS largelyas

The Grampus has undergone very important repairs is embraced a report on the subject, by De ( ay. from molasses, before the act of the lUth ol our countrvmen, the wines or the fruits of

while in this port, and we 'future to believe Witt Clinton, Esq. engineer" A letter signed ; After a few Is;retorts 7JIC HOUSE.fiom Standing 'Committees i May, 1828, ought to he again allowed ; and I Portugal Till these points can be resolved

that the work war as well performed and (to say the by several wealthy and iiiilupnfiHl citizensof w.ich!! that the duties upon molasses, cottonbagrtiti1t in t affirmative. our merchants and mannt -
1,118ttlth as much despatch similar work has usn- N. York, is addressed to Mr. Clinton, aiM'itu/ : was one reported byMr. ; sail-duck,. and unmanufactured: Iron, I t.:et1Jrcrs may rest secure in the posscssionofthnii
1i the' Committee'
McDuflie, 'ni of W.iys
Yard soliciting Isis opinion of N rail road through the and llax to be reduced. trade to Portugal and
all been done at the Northern and Means\ appopitting; : ; for hemp I ought may consider
Adantic States to '::;e1W-Orleans-and also 1 I $3,157,307 I 31r. Mallary, from the Committee on Manufactures the :sales! ol the Americans in the Tncus :as I

We notice among the pro cccdinss! of ('onrrf'<':. I icquesting information( relative to the geojiaphy I the Military service daring the current year, reported a bill to amend an act in confined to flour, rice, tobacco, and silt fish.
the (House resunnd the( consideration of 1Ir.Blau's .
that on Monday, Jan. 11th. Mr. White of Florida, topography, and geology! of the region alteration of the several acts imposing: dutieson FRAN CE-The t fermentation in France
presented tho House a Memorial addressed tit the ,through which the road'should pas; with I lesolution:; ; on l Uic subject! of the West imports ; }providing for the mode! of ap- i i-i clearly subsiding.) It would seem as
Presidentc1thc United States and sundry document an estimate of the probable cost of con Point Academy : time discussion: upon which the
: prnising; tio! vtiluo ot"woolen goods iiiipoitcd( ) :hough mighty: tempest with which we
lasted nnt'l the 'iittimm; c'thc( Inmi .dlotlctl
eignod by citizens of East Florida, char:!in, Jiepli struction, and the "pru'i"11'' r.n.1 f Inrt oM"'nnages c'I into the United States, and for the collection ha\c; so sol'm111bCl'll assured France has
for
would result Sates in its the cnl) ife.t'm! ; resolutions. TheenO'foss'cl
winch route.
L. fcWith, ...r iho Supreme Court of Eat: Florida ( to ;
JTuJ6o of'the duties tlll It rcid boon thie.itencd
rl'on. was recently was merely .
bill toexond time an artificial
In these Mr. Clinton the for locating
and conduct, and im- answering inquiries,
,with tyrannical oppressive !
twice, and referred to a Committee of the affair; got with a view of
hid removal from the office of JuJgc asafomeaid. occupies more than twenty pages of the pam Virginia !bounty }h'ids I was then .taken, up and up driving
ploring the
Whole the State of the Union. Aftertime new ministers from their -
I phlet. The whole distance from New Yoik J i. passed. The :-'lhC'i,1; order of the day; the on I scats. But
j contested : Washbnrn transaction various other business, tho Pnlignac was not to bo intin dated and
to Ncw. Otlfans is computed to be 1467 : Hecoi: i'etwiTn :\11'] ;
The result of the r.lec.tionlr'Couuty\ Officer: in mil s. He estimates the cost of the road, and Mr. J Rij>ley, +,f :Mahip!; r-;is next taken; I House resumed), in a Committee of time : finding that tho ministers had resolutely t. -

Escambia County arc as far a* wo have ascertained having a stone fnundationat P20 000 per mile; up, and the cc I.I i-: upon!! th'* subject wus con- Whole, the consideration of the contested ; I ken their course, the clamors soon in --"ar
election} of General Riplpy, as a member I measure died aW lAcrordin to tie, !latest
03 follows : and the distance from New-York to Washington tinued until} the 1 l.-arr! of adjournmunt. (; -
FOR SHERIFF, being 266 miles, its construction thus ; January :12 !d. from the State: of Maine.: Mr. Isacks spokein and best accounts, all the rumors' of frrtlier -

James Peudlcton -1- far would be 5,320,000 dolirs.! From Washington The Senate Mil' :aot .it -In-dav. I support of the validity' of the return of changes in the Ministry\ "had no rvsfrncc ; -

FOR CLERK OF COUNTY eOCRT]h:- to New-Orler: ?s the distance is 1201 J I.N IT i Ii r.: Rapt':; [:-/ that: gentleman ; and Mr. Evans, Maine, I but in tile imaginations of time Lit: i'r-

Samuel Fry JUl:> milt.-, which the Engineer: thinks might he several bills were introduced from Standing'! in opposition:; to legality; ;, until the close I als. Accord-tig; to this article, time ministersso .

Adam Gordon, I t for l'mI'lJ with a wood! foundation, at a cost ol Committees, one f whichvasfVomtie! Committee of the :sitting.On ,: far from having any intention of reining

Matthew Hannah.FOR CORONER. 111; 6000; du1brs>!I: per mile;! amounting! to 6,005- j on bliiigirvliiairs! making, appio- motion of Mr. Lamar, it vas from fear of not obtaining the sup-l ] :tt of

FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. 000. For bridges and contingencies! 500,0U)1 priation of Jll,0i'/i;; i dollars; for c'crtaiul'XpCUdjlllres i I 'Jiisoii'cJ,-That the Committee on the the two Chambers, are determined! !, if the,

Francisco Palmes J'1': 3 is added! ; making the cwt of a rail load firm on ;accom.t! of tSie Enuineer! Ordi Post Ollicc and] Pint Roads be instructed lo cannot obtain that !support, to conduct! tl.o

The returns we believe are complete, pxcpt of New Yo, k to New Oilcans! 11 ,t2jOOO; dol- i nance; and Q.iartt'im.iatei's: :, Departments ; I! iuqisiie into the expediency of establishing a affairs of the nation; without it ; or, in other

tho votes gi\en at DrninmjndX \\hichofcourto 1 ktrYell'Clrk: Sentinel. and one J'l om the! (Cnmir.iUee; on 1 mail route tin tho nearest practicable toad words, to send the chair.bcis: adrift, f'HJ to

would not materially affect the result. I jment, prohibiting time use of Hetrt'lICIt-j from flacon, In Georgia, to the town -of Perry govern by oulinanrt: "

Extract of a letter from Com. Jesse D. Elliott ;'Money in time, of peat p. The: in the county of Houston, tlience, to the France and A(' irs.-The contest 'between

The last remnant of the gani,
Clinch' consisting of the Company under command "U. S. Ship 1 [ : lnrouth,, !, of Mr. IJIaii: ', of ;'. C.; Oil the subject of the mill Randolph! to the town of Columbus, in the arms of the latter }power, appears at lastto

or Major Wilson were embarked yesterday on !ioird: liefoic: V<:1',1 Cruz I Wet INiiiit 1cah! nv. This was, after some said State.,; Ah*, to inquire into the expediency be rapidly approaching its termination. A

the Schr. Elizabeth for New Orleans from which Ihccmlcr 5/A; 1829. debate: (fnnllv: n.t 'ITH1 to tbo Committee onMliliary of establishing a post route fiom tin vessel, which arri\c l at Toulon on the 4th,

place: they will proceed to Baton Rouge \\here theyare Rrsprr'.ing: the hornet, it becomes my I : At-iis.! : The lemainder of the se.s-; county lownnfdo I coun'.y: of Marion, by the from the blockading: squadron{ : off Algiers

to be stationed.It painful duty to convey illfcrmatinn"llicll, .ion of the I House\: was Jt'l'upicd with. !privite coot t-ho-f.c; in Lee county, to the town ofl i is stared to !have biou;::ht: dej-paichc.s TO the

is rep rted that: another company u+ ordered from I doubt lc s, will! be received wi'.h t 'dillgl01'1 bills, Friday beinij the day devoted to that Byiun, in Raker; county! and thence, to 'I French Government: announcing! that the

ftnif>a Pay to the same po't. deep melancholy :'.8 wt-l! I.y.tile (;ow rn- object. Tin Hoifett then adjourned! 1 until Idhass-e, in tin: TVnitniy of Florida* Dey, at tl.o. desire of the! Sultan, had expressed -
rent as by the relative and lends. of those Monday. nL'.a. I On trol.nsf :Mr. White-: of I"oiiia! it WilSRuoludTllilt : his readings to settle his ilifierenccs

:More Florida Sugar.A composing her officers an'! ( I cw. The in- IX S :::\TI:. the Committee( on time with Fn nce. It i is: fintlr! stated, that an

lot of sugar has recently been LrouiV tq thh torn.aiIn! cont.ilned in the -ompaning; January 2.1. Post O Hire and Post Roads he instructed to Algerinc I Plenipotentiary had sot out, onboard

market from HoliaoB, Valley, iu our immodi..tc \',- !letter fiom Capt. E. McCall! of tii;( Pca- Amon':=, tlie' vaiioils p 'litilIIs and, memorlds '' inquire snto the expediency! of establishing a''II.I an English corvette, to carry the wish-

rinity, which we feel assured would not =ullt'r l by a : cork, hut too fully realizes the conjectures :.t 1 pn.'H'iiledveru I two fiom t the Sta!.' ofj/' post rmite fiom MonNtvllo: to Mngnolia: in eo of tle: Doy into oflect, and that the block

comparison: with the first quality of New Orleaii* : i :lad l prc\ iousl)' cntn..linel1. Capt. Nor- I I illnine, by :Mess: Holmesr.d) ;1 <1 Spi.june' ;: and 1 j'FloridaOn; ; 1 l l t ;a.io had been actually raised.

Considerable avidity WM shewn to obtain ri<, hr ConuiuiadiT, 'had: I picviotuly to the I one from \ew Yoik, by :'tIr.l Dudk-v.! ; v icI motion bv Mr. \\' bite, of Florida, it vns Terrible Ea1: n.-The Mes-ager des

this article, and it wag readily di-p-n
which is an advance on the New Oilcans price:. t llioiiiy in rescuing the prison and: properly opening! of tho mail on the Sahb.ith:, ;and one men (lc: instructed to inquire} into the expediency from a report to 'ho minister of Marine

A considerable portion of this years crop of sujrar, aswe of one of our citizens: from the power of the I by illy. Dihb, from the lFc.t ties of rhc Transylvania of makmti, an iipprnpiiation to improve: by Rear Admiral Rossmcl, comm: ding -

are informed, still remains to bo bronchi; to market Spanish' invading nimy. On the lOili Sep- Cuiversity, praying! for a tyrant of l tiro navigation! of!the Ockkuvaha and Chipola a division in the squadron of the Levant.On .

from Holmes' Valley and other sections of this temlcr-: gale unusually; severe, came on I! !l lands in aid of th it Institnti.i. The: resolution rivers in Florida.

country convenient lo thin place. And an opportunity vhicli proved highly disastrous to all them I of Mr. Foot, proposing to institute an -- ,- ---, ------- -- --, board the Trid( nt,
.. Navarin
is hereby offered of opening inteicouso whit'hI I vessels! anchored along the coast. The inquiry} into time expediency ut'abolislmingtile I: \:(\ \\J.", l.l \y "Sir [ has'en Hoad, A'oi'.AQ, 1829.

till be mutually advantageous. Since tw! Pen,ucula Jurnct( in common with others, was: comn'lled office of Surveyor ( ifiicral: and ofsispend-! ) l =-- :- to acquaint sour excellency -

merchant nufiht afford to pay more than the market ), by the violence of the gale, to stand! ing the surveys of th; {public ianrls \\ as a aiii: '\-e iuar MUIIC further eMiacts of nov.s brought with a horrible event, wliicl* has
1 :5i<: t-l.ij.s; Mapol'-uU ami l Cauaua ut New York plunged! into mourning our in the MOIT
:
I
price at New Orleans, and yet get the crude cheaper ft'the( coast. In this attempt, xvevoi-jshc resumed: as thin uiitiniied{ ,, business ; \vhen fiom y mmy -
than he now does, as one heavy freight and all ailed-and from some cause! which will Mr. havoc in :ll'ilI11clt! : ofgicat length, concluded Liverpool.Many ;t. A dreadful stOl m broke nut last ni ihft
.. instance's are related in the English at hall'past eleven, over Navarin. The'
the attendant charges would thcrehyte: saved. probably never bv reached, foundered ; and his: reply to il"- -.jn-ech of Mr. Webster -
of handsome reductions made the : fell
by the citadel
papers lightning upon and settingfire
all sunk into and lamented
-- onbonrd aa untimely on ] The
Wtthipsday ,1'1. question \\ Inch
i Facts versus ascrlons-Colum"dorc Porter in.. is the mniie.n of JMr. landloids) ; in the rents of their tenants, and to the powder magazine, Mew it up with
\\'ebster
grave.Eulntty now .on
: for
letter, which is now going the round in th public Bunt me on the character of Captain indefinite postponement of iho resolutiunWLS an by cleigymen of tiieir; tythes, in consequenceof r.H the walls and buildings ir. the enclosure.

newspapers, asserts that Key West "has mostthcil- :Norris Mould bo superfluous. Tlie not taken, when the Senate time low prices of agricultural products, The injury extended to a great distance beyond

C'llythe ajicantagcotcr Pcnsacula, and crap olfirr2lace whole Navy bear ample testimony, both to r.djourncd. and l the general pressure of the limes. principally in the tow-1: here not ono
IN Tiin 11rt1srVariour.
south the ,.._ The present Lord Li Mi!enint of Irc-lnnd of lio Mrotclii.! ,l luii. wlikli tuni I pose ii, remains -
of his and
Chesapeake ; on acconatof itsdtptnvftcuttr. private worth to his superior puifViional iiiri
i) H'C'I'ii ;:"<>nted, and SCVeral '
]I'H paid have made it, condition habitable.
is the
to a at Above ICO
artillery men,
Pensacola,and all otfirrplaces alludvl /<), qualifications. With him ar,' mothered resolutions J
: pis: ;'d. Some private bilks time of his appointment, that his Viceregal who were lodged in the citadel, have: been
culy admitting Sloops of War, and those not with safety ) Lieutenants Daniel! II. 11ackayJCSSQ advanced in the
were i C'C'lilartI.f'S: :; : .! of legislation I
reign should last but one \11'. Lord Jerseyis victims of time disaster. As far: have
with tke exception of th& Tortnyas !fc." Smith, John L. Thomas, John Hamilton : and the 1 r.s we
pl'rij; order of the. day being '
DOW spoken of a; thc.lUost probable: successor hitherto discovered, 17 are }killed md 75
The soundings! on the nsacola Bar, were taken SurgcolI-\ViHiall1 Uirchmoio ; Purser, Ho- the contested;; election let{ween Me.viis. Wash- .
a few day since by two very intelligent :and crpcriruccd hert Pottinger ; Acting M.istcr, Edward (burn and lliply, of Mainev.e, : ; then takenup to his Grace. are wounded, among which is an ofl cpr ot
officers from the Navy Yard, and not lean than Schermerhorn; Assistant Surgeon, J. F.Whitehill which occupied th.' remainder of the A pis;; engcr on board: the Canada, furnishes artillery, and nine m'en missing, who arc

23feet was found in any place, and the ship Falmouth ; Midshipmen, James N. For yt'i'! Messrs. Tucker and ,\..-.person were the only day. the editor of the Evening Post, the supposed to be still buried in the ntir .

carried out the same depth of water over the Gust. R. A. Droukc, Charles A. Canndl, members) who wpm enabled address subjoined. information respecting the loan of "The commotion was so violent, that every -
to the
Bar on Thursday last. Edward Lnub, Richard L. Ti't hinnn, Samuel !louse on the latter $1 81OOOO.) .:ully, negotiated ii Holland, vessel thought itself struck by the Jigfifninjj -.
sibj -ct to the arri-
prior
I I. Master's Thomas } by the Hon. Richard Rush, for the towns of and an examination made
We would respectfully inquire of the gallant Commodore Washington; Mate, Vcil of thf hour for .idjournment.' In !the I was both
whether the largest Sloops!' of t|War in the TIIQII''sV.. Robinson ; Acting Gunner, course: of till day, a communication Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, I within and without, to ascertain the fact.
American Ifavy draw more than 17 or 18 feet, or John Uinns ; Sail Maker John Adam<. from the Secretary of the was received D. C. to aid in the construction of the Chesapeake Soon afrcnnu lIs being informed of the mis-
whether the The loss of the hornet having occurred Navy, enclosing and Ohio Cnal.: i furtrmne.
Brandywinea sixty gun hip, with pro statement of expenditures of monies ,
vision, Ere on board,ready: for a cruise, drawn;r,tome several weeks previous to my assumption of I appropriated for the Contingent Fund of the "Mr. Rush obtained the: money of certain drafted from the different ships, and a great

Than tWf'ntyone feet If so ; what are the impairments the command, lam consequently not in possession Navy .of the -United State !during the capitalists in Holland-terms at- Five per number toiches, &c. It will) be tliffic !"It

t to the admission "with safely," not only d : of a lift of the ship's company{ entire, ending; on the 30th of year Cent., Stock at ninety one and a halt The to bran an idea of the dreadful scene ,ii hi1twe

z4oops'of War, but Frigates the Largest ('Ia's'-! at the time tho occurrence is supposed to September, 1S'2D.IN capitalists took the loan at private subscription witnessed. The darkness of the nig.t'

have taken place. I must therefore, beg SENATE. : & in bringing it out to the public at Amsterdam rendered our task extremely d t'uh.t

Norfolk, Jan. -25th. leave to refer you to the last rCUnl0 the The January: 27th. ; although they only culled for, three was oven dangerous, because many lixruV
Senate
Maj. Gen. E. 'P. Gaines arrived lu town Department. eras again occupied: for almost I millions of florins, seventeen millions were sand bombs and grenades had been scattered

yesterday from Bu'timore, and took lodgings, The loss of the Hornet being an occur the whole of its session, with the debate on subscribed on the first cItY, being! fourteen by the explosion, and covered the groundstill

WilliamVs Hotel. lie ,,'iIIll'AVC hero tomorrow rence of no ordinary nature; calls for i the attention Mr. Food's resolution, in relation to thc Public millions more than were wanted. The loaded, and, before cur arrival, fires bad

on Ills way to the South. of a generous Government to the relief Lands. I11r.11Tch')tcr concluded, after stock rose to one bundled and one, and continued been kindled in the midst of them to afford
of three! widows and orphans of thoso of having been on the floor for nearly three t I to maintain itself at that price by the light. Happily a heavy rain had spoiled the

OFFICIAL.O.ffirh1 lur unfortunate officers, who have left fam- hours: he was followed by Mr. Ilayno ; and, last accounts. Mr. nOlh cltild, the great matches. One liou-cror, caught lire and

information has been received at ilies. Those on whom alone. they dependedfor I after a brief reply from 1\11'. Webster, the London capitalist; to \vhotn Mr. Rush made burnt, but did not explode. Ordor wa immediately .

t iTio Dopartment of State from Mr.! Win. t support arc now lost to them. Nor will) I I Senate adjourned. No o'l-or (busincts t 1 of important I known this loan eVIP'n.l n .!,.C.L: to t-.l." it given to put out all the fires, and

Tudor, Charge dAiTnires of tho United ii, I trust, uc overlooked. teat while I living, I ,o Wiio ti'tll1lu.te, at six per coat ,hut Mr.R. did better in Hol keep only the torclu-s. _

S'ates near the Government of Brazil, that they ucie vngigcd\ ill a pursuit| which de- IN Tin: nnirsr.: land. The house throughrhrh; he chiefly PORTUGAL. Majesty, the King

thin subject of the claims of the citizens of ptiv d ihfniof the means, enjoyed by others, I A message was received from the Presi- obtained it, is understood to he that of theMcsais. of England, has sent a present of books to

the United States, for losses sustained hy of acquiring a competence for the future." dent, in relation to the allowances made to \ Cronmielin's ancient and well his Most Faithful Majesty, Don Miguel L,

them by tho authority of that Governnicnf, Copy ofa letter from Master Conmauda:! Ministers of the United States abroad, for known honso in Ain-tetdan, and now more for the Library of tho University at Coim-.

b has been brought toa final cnnclusiou md Edward R. McCall: to Commodore; JtsseD. travelling expense ; and also to Charges d' extensively epgaged in trade \vilh thq i i/nited hra.Iflle Librarian: received notice of tin:*

:hat bonds, for the amount of indeiimili* Elliott, Commanding: U. S. Squadron{ Affaire, for outfits, &c. whew not appointed SiaU.s than any: other in Holland. i consignment, and the Consul at Lisbon has

Awarded, have been issued hy the Iniprikii \\'('tiJ Indict;, ded by he President and 1 Senatp.! It refc'rrr.f.1) Tis} i3 believed to be the (list American j now sent Word that the hooks have arrived.

Treasury, at Rio do Janeiro, payable; fo ria'l..cgatioD U. S. Ship Peacock, 'beside*;, to various other items of expenditure! loan, of any kind, negotiated in Holland On the 26th of November, there arrived

of the United) Status, in tfJrc' if,. o IT S.tC'lil1cios, Nov. 27lh, 1829 }J concerning: our diplomatic] intercourse will since that of our Revolutionary Fathers, under I at Oporto 20 criniir.nl.-4, brought from the

stalmentft, she first& on the 28th of FeLluar ', .I have the! lionor to inform) yon, in pursuance foreign !nations : and, among them' to the rn? tho Conpioss of the old confederation.! prisons at Lisbon from which they sailedon

1ho socond on the 28th of August, 1MO, and rfyour instructions 1 uf the Oih: and turn charges: made, and the claims of Consuls It U;: stated that the "Rocket," (the locomotive board a Portu n e yacht, which was
h o rhM: the 2'(th of February, 1831. .-. fllst uh'tuu.: I !IcJtl'engucola; : and performing diplomatic functions without nri
cm .: procccd- an- e.nnino, i that tp'jk th ?':* of,- 500 forced. bv trr"s elf weather TO put into Villaan
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Vi.ina whence the prisoners were coni' i incalculable.} Cotton the croP of which wasmost from tie bttional Intilligcneer. "

M said<<1 by land, and lodged in die prison of I promising and appeared too 180, We have lately read a highly instructiveand I Taken ttp Adrift -Motice. : i

the Relic no, under the orJers of ti.e Prcsi \I 000 bales \of SOOlbs. each) for exportation, practical paper, in the shape ofa 'Report \
f of ,
i Y THE SUBSCRIBER, 13 or ].I thousand AdministKiUoo on the r>tnfr I
dent of the Al"adc. it is estimated will not allow of beyond 27 from a Committee of ahe Senate on the B> Shingle, belonging! to some person on the LETTERS l : r. dcrcased! ,having l>ern grant* 4
In coRseqiwnco of a sujrrrst'nn! Horn 1 Baron ? to 33,000 bales. Instead of a supply of 8 State of rile Current Coins'of the United 1 x-ambi i t!r "onccuh mera; the (espeii'"! are alxtut rtl to tbesnb: Von Huniboldt, that there was a, striking to 15,000 bales of Cotton at Alexandria, as t States. This was accompanied\ a.till\ Forty Dollar} f If! he docs nut tome forward and Estate are hereby i.,->tn'eil: to u\alc.inuiux'jate! J IM>. ", r
I the ame! within thirty days, will be meat and all J"*T':OH 51 to whom the i>talr: is iudebletl. .
resemblance. between the mountains of Ural, last year at same period the stock does not proposing to enact such measures; as arc pay they eioed \- ;
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to sale at auction at the Navy Tau! to pr('+eut tt. -ir claims within the time prescribedliv '
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in Sibcria, and the mountains of Brazil, that exceed 1000 ; and that which may yet come deemed by the committee necessary t6 I Peter BOtU'c.relrrnan I law, uthern .'!.: tilt Notice wilt be plead in bar of Y.,
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proclous metals and diamonds might bo found.} from the interior, is expected to be very remedy defects in the present s>.stem. As I ;: 'J! li.oir reonery. I, .I'
there, it determined that an examination: slow, in its progress. Thus, for the coming I we cannot just now make room t fi or the report rth, Ir; O-31-uv.NOTICE"---- Henry A. Nuncs, .

should ho undo. The; consequence was, year, the cotton of that country can present I we have thought it proper to insert for I Administrator t I

that: cold and\l'\'n diamonds: were found no prejudicial competition in this market general information, a copy of the bill which I Ppn<=acoln, Jan. ida, 1829-46-8t. I '
on tie *" st t'..rch. Preparations: were 111:111" ngitiuM Armricf.: Telegraph.LIVERPOOL is now }jMMidtng in the Sen.i'e : I I
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: t.- '.'it* n'g'il.ir' rommoncument. ol( mi-j j i MARKETS! Dec. 26. A: BILL in addition u> th<' tiers concerning ;.person Sulxcriher from purchasing!hereby of publitl}' forbids! ail t Letters of Administration, .-t : u

rim:! operations. ]t Cotton-Our readers would notice last Coins and the Mint.! HAVING been obtained l>r JAJCK: 1BtT, of j' t

V.GVVT.-Flood o///ic ..Yilt.-lt i iS'ii is week a blunder of the Compositor, in the Be it enacted, a.c. That the copper coinsof John Gayier, I of trie late ... "nr

: I tint VOTV afiliotincr accounts hate been Import of Cotton ; it being given 47,288 : the United States !shall Le a legal! tender FERGUSONILNISBET,

received from; Alexandria of the great (lttnb ags, instead! of 1,728 bag The import t!!|' for the payment of all debt and demands; not I or l rand,any of other the peraon.said; Jona payment Estate i
atre done by the overflowing of the Nile. It this week is 1223: and the sales reach''' exceeding ten cents, and for no greater stun! the pn>j'eily of indebted rue requested to present their claims (for* t t t 'I'

i is stated that not less I 30,000( persons have 13,730: bags, at an advance uf's\ per lb. on \I i I Sec ?. That the silver coins of the United j Stephrn Pilch or, I .-.ttlruu-nt to Benjamin D. Wright Esq.: agent.for '. l f

perished.: On }hearing l the divathis: the the middling and lower qualities of Bahias) ; States, less! than" a dollar, shall not h'a h'galltl I' I'fbrnarv T4th. 1KW: ( -.M::u. I I iJf' adinini>tratri.x.

Viceroy acoIa--,January-- 23d, 130-49-St. t
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the; Pacha\ to produce a seveie fit illness, Sec. 3. That, when any j gold or silver I \\ .I..I. he old at Public Auction, on tae :iUliTT J Ta.xJo11ector'sSale.

and, to add to his troubles, the-state of his re- j uin.' : \ coin of the United States: shall be diminished I > at 11"" loik A. I!.

"lions i with the Porte had been assuming/ for in weight more than one twenty-fifth part of,' One Negro Jinn Slave, aged} .

n considerably time a more gloomy aspect. !' Cu p t ; paper of :the : its full weight, such coin shall not be a legal about o5; and WILL BE tOn OLD ,
TIM-d'Uin-je: : sustained in consequnre} of this 15th inst. we published! the addiesses of the lender. years, I

fij.: ft H) .'inu-"V.e.J to 15 millions of: francs, ac-t, steerage and !forward officers and crew of the Ser. 4. That no foreign coin whatever One :Negro Boy Slave, aged( t: the 3rd Saturday iu April, ,

co !in Mount*. version, and to 50 millions U. S. ship Java to their commander, Cctpt. shall be a legal tender for payment of any about 9) or 1 10 vears. A T the Court House door of the County ,t

according' M another. Whole villages had \ Downes, on bin leaving that ship to return to I debt! or demand. One Horse *and sundry articles I 2oi"Jlckson, in the Town of Marianna,
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been destroyed. There has been no such i the U. States, and we accompanied them Sec 5. That the first and thud sections of pursuant to the Revenue Law of IS28, tho W ).7.
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inundation in Egypt since the year 179S.- J I with some remarks of our own, calculated to this act h.ll1b in force from the Musing[ : ol wearing apparel. t following property, for cash.

In addition to this, the quantity of uiud | produce an impression: that Capt. D, had I the act ; the fourth section :-11111 br.jtl: 'ran:1ipr.1 i I 8C6 Arros of Land lying in said County i

caused by tho waters had :NO obtruded been harshly treated by the high authorities I from the third day of July, in the } car one d<,;c'.-asetl, lleiiry A. Nuiu--!, :\dtiiuii-rator.: I I on the waters of Chipola, levied upon r

canal, tint it was; th,ur.m! it would not the'l of oho Navy.-We were led !fto do so upon thousand eight bundled :nod' thirty one ; and .\. 13. Alien.Auctioneer.. I to s-uisfy Amos Aycock's taxes due 30 cents. \ !

navigable! for at leistayear to come. Inconsequence representations/ which we then had no rightto the second section shall! be in force from time : \i I i 1 dhtffe Acres of Land lying in said ,
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of which all the merchandise I question, and which were founded upon third day of July, one thousand eight hundred Pn! :ar< la, !Hfh} rcbnir.ry._]-:?to--.I-tr.) I I. County on the waters of Chi P ola, .

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would.have:; to go by the way of Hosett.i, and the fact that when Capt. Downes !left the and thirty three. Coiuniittecl J til.L cvicd upon\ to .satisfy John Clarke's Taxes
sir; all the consequent delay and. inconve- Java to come home, he was entirely ignorantof T to : due :<:<>;S2: } cents : also, a '

li"/tt"/ ,'. the reason of his recall from what wo We find the folio-ring tetcit, couiloous, in IN ITXSACOLA!: on tl.e 11th iu;,.:t. 1 tffcd Acres of Land lying in said, .f
GIt1ECE.-Tliere I arc various accountsof I have: duce heard; however, we should nevertheless ; the Il.irriabiirg Inielli; riic* r of Frid-iy. li a h"gr,i 111.11, \vl... ..ay I.... ,11:1/1I 1.. l County, on the waters of Chipo-
infer that communication contain- I is part; of a legislative dttb>ne: I.tIcC ied to '
negotiation* in progress, pectiug the a i' 'fTIE T upon satisfy John \1.Cilitt )hell s
fmd: porifirttvm:. of Giecce; but nothing certain ing the necessary explanations+ was duly forwarded I "Mr. Craft, a young m MI of considerable Taxes I due ;$42o cents : also, tt6Acres

j is Known. l to Cap;!} ?, uut lies, but nrtf"rtunaely! promise from AIle ; 11.county, Laving thought I of Land in said County .o
I land that L1: brlonjfs to Thomas Ware of :\Into
A German paper} of :Nov. 29, says, lei he did not anive until after iiii: dcpurltjre! : from proper to answer| :Mr.! .M irtin: M! Philadelphia ]i iI I ('motto.. .\1I. ; h,: ix :"> feet t! or-1 me hr.. lush:; and; yiug on the waters of Apalach-( 1
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:J1 tilT of Greece, which ae now the subject/ the Mediterranean.W I CCIIHtyt: Vii! : &u1) ject of. c I haIIOW )grant ; "':+I\' fwlln! ? Ml 1\1.1"-1 f j-.ipr-r! with rile! name of taidTare :ttlitPel'l'urpur1iug Taxes wle s2,70
the satisfaction IPIU. i also
at active negotiations; at Lon.lon, occasion: .nconstant to state, up- 1 / r ; cents : ,
: change of couriers between 1..011-1 on the best authority! that the motive for recalling : tin answered 1 Ir. Craft, bv .: !tu": n '11mt lie|| ]1 to bo a 1"1"'- tar; one y.ir from Jan l>t. L-.lt::: 11 CfrCl) Acres of Land laying in said .

d-in, Paris, an l St. Pctcr hur:. The prin- Cajht. Downes was such as could not i would quote oho following: p.J-:r.fu'r.\ llie!) Henry- A. Nimos, I county on spring creek, levied upon

cijnl questions are relative to the political fail to be peculiarly gratifying and flatteringto iJcm.iu's instruction : gCII-1 Jailor. to satisfy: Bcnj. Hays, Taxes: due 10,42J '

c\istcncc :ii'l' the forms of tho future government that officer.-The order 'fur his lecall, we Large vessels can: -may: vttture Pens.c!h. Fehnary 11 f, p;.".,--o-tf. Cents ; tiso,

: of Greece ; and it seems tc be decided learn, was made by the Department on the But! little Craft nrjbt kej thes hon-'-.} I I I SO Acres of Land in said county, T. fo

that the country i is to be entirely exempt representation of the Navy Board, on the Mr. Craft replied, that whea the ,; Free S+l' looLOTTERr. i R. 11 adjoining A Foster, levied

from the sover i ignt of the Turks
that it i is to be a mouurchic: "'Il 1 State. But it absent from the United States on the Medi- answer him ; but as he !bad L..ell pleased to Jones taxes of $1,15 cents: also,

i is not determine"! who shall he: the new So- ten aneau service ; tint; it was necessary! he amuse the House/ with poetry, he would idol] 0 |T*'fe Acres of land in .said ad-

vereign.! GUMcc, by its geographical position should have some respite from hs: duties i in the remainder of the couplet : FIFTH CLASS JLlWUi' joining Muntford levied county to .
upon
: and the rapid improvements i which, the Navy, preparatory to his being sent out 'The noble sn allow seeks the sky, satisfy J. C. Lester's taxes due $1,31 ct .

it m-iy be expected to make; will certainly as Commander of a squadron, which duty __ But, fooh.Oi'' Martins can" but :Y." I To he drawn in the City of New ., also, $ ?
become of'!meat political impottancc. would be assigned to hint on the occurrence' .
Orleans, 13th February, 1830. A ems of land in said Cbt
of the first after the 80 county on
contemplated
TWO DAYS LATER.-By the vacancy : Shipping 1 st.IHHIT .
ship 9 .
Elizabeth Cullender arrived this respite, &c. ; and Capt. Dovvues, we also I II I J. H. DCWITT, G. Fii.moi., AND: K. F I pola, levied upon to satisfy John Me.Cormiek's .
Captain at
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learn, has been informed by the Secretary I' taxes due. $1,05 cts. : also,
port yesterday from Liverpool, ahrnceshe the Navy of the reasons and object of hi of OVFib. \1 \ SC \) \..\ II' McCirtnr, Jlanagcrs.331'ItJMBEA I I 40 Acres of land in said county on
sailed on Sunday, the} .27th December, we 1 I [ ;. ,,
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recall. Herald. -- =-= =====::; waters of to
satisfy
leceivc, London and Liverpool papers to I -Norfolk 11.=-='Revenue Cuiei:! I'uli.t3k"V" : ; Five Ball-ts! to he drawn i Chipola,
< F. Russ' taxes due cts also
... -1 I sames $2,55 :
the) l30tll( Dec. ini1.i ivn'ttTo liavo gmh *rtila Mobile.Kith. k
\\T u undct stand iluit ...IUU:. TM.--. \\TFicelon Irr.: : : t.sOUEME. ""sI l'! Atitrs of Kunl in >ald '_ or.D
few items ()f intelligence, but their contentsarc of the United States Navy, who ( .-Sch. FJi/.HU'lh\ Foi sy ih, Nr.w I,I I .I. 'i. jf creek levied ouuly satisiolPs '
of interest. 1 Pii i i'/:? of $1.; 000 is y upon to .
destitute Oilcans ,
nearly ; political to J. Colston S. 8e"oooI
caipo [ O'-u-s j.
I was tried by Court i Martial on the coast of : l Thr'mI": ( taxes due $3,75 ets. : Also
It is mentioned in the Paris. }papers, that I Brazil, on charges preferred by Commodore Jcriibou i jr., J, Strop?, II. l ll j"'r and] Jaiuus; 1 ,000 5,000 ] tfti@. Acres bf ingj plin! S. S. 5T. 5 ;; .j'i

the acknowledgement of Don .Miguel asKing Creighton, in July last, and suspended from Forsytb, Passen-eis: 7 Capt.: I 1). E::. Buicii;., 3,000 3,000 R 9, to satisfy Sam Scurclok'g .
of Portugal, by the Great Powers, was and J. CoNtou : 1. 2,0x( ( ) .OOO) :
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duty, has been restored duly,and that the Esq: I II ',:' ,!ut' $ ,20 ctb. ; also 1
near at hand, and that notice of such a mea- :. proceedings of the Court Martial, in his ScJir.!, Florida, Parcl.ty, {Key West r, vi.t I 1SOO 1 -"(10J 11J! rO.\cresoflandlyjinn said ..:

itirc had been irivcn to Don Pedro. His case: have been disapproved by the Presi i- I St. Marks and St. Andrews IMV.< ..Pfissengeis 1jO-t( It,t;f.lc. i it : jftHATS on Chipola to satisfy; \V. Spears county .

consent was hardly to he expected, but the dent.-Vat Journal Judge Webb and fimily, D. C. i'ink- t c.,, 1,000 G.C(1Pt ; )( I Jj's taxes due $:2.-10 us.: also. i ,j$ ,.t
recognition would nevertheless be made. I ham, Esq. and Mr. Dean. 'i :.00 \V :'i : ,Iiu.

The Paris Correcpondcnt of the London \Ve perceive ,that the lion. Clement for )17>h.- Schr. Choice, Shaft), Ph.Ldel- 1M 300 3,tin: ) I I .1r.I J 0 t \ 142 in the Town of Ma- ,

Morninc Herald, under date of the 22.1 Dec. sey, of this}! State, has moved that the Committee phia, cargo for Mobile. 100 3Gt: 'L} i. riann' ; iu said county, levied .';

writes tint: it is "at length admitted. on allhandol I on Military [Pensions be iuslnicted to ISrh--Schr. Sun, Roug'-au: New Oilcans 1(5sir( 70 11.7jJ( I .11.:0 L1",11! to satiny rAcres '\ Smith's taxes due 45: cents:

: that the Ministers will not retire inquire} into the expediency! of making provision 100 bands flour 1 call \\ inc, and 1 >s 30 5 oo : '
The Journal' Dcbats has lachrymose box of 1.3.1-1 10 l.i 4..0 O of land on the waters of Chi-!
a very / for the widows, orphans, and legal 1 tea, lo order.10th.Behr. ''C
article on the ministerial question this I representatives of I the officers and seamen of I Alden, Bo\d( !, Richmond, 11"1';) 5 ; r-OOI t pol.i, and ONE LOT in tho

moaning, in which that fact is stated i in the Hornet. We are gratified thai a motion, 2000 bushels coal for Navy Y.,id.SAILED" Town of Maria! :nua adjoining a part of the ,

terms! which, if one was in the humor for so ;acceptable to the patriotic feelings of this : : 13,00 ikri7os, amount mjr to AiSO,0-l4< i: StoIC hou,e lot of Beveridge and: Nowland!

jesting on this cold day, and extremely tristc nation has emanated: from one of the Representatives Feb. ISl'.J.'! -Schr. Neptune. ', StoJder: St.Mi Price Tickets: Whole :$:::.. II.lvo8'AjO. } ,i No. not known, levied upo' to satisfy: L. :'1. r 1 iStones'

subject. would suggest a good but hadme"edCall'mhourg i of Maryland. As Captain Nor. rks, cargo bricks. QanrtcrsSUPack.itrrs:) : of 11 laxes: due &10,J7! cents : also,
for the editor that instead 1 Revenue Cutter Vv holt Tickets S3.-> \/irrantcd: draw i. Acres of land! on the Chipola adjoining ..
; says, ris, the late gallant Commander of( the Hornet Puhski, S\ Her, Appa- to 8-.1: ; 14 p 0
of thinking: on the resignation of the minister. was a najive of Maryland, it was especially lachirola. l Ptc ,s rf.S of (Il.ilvcs: and Quarters in the Mandell and others in said It

the exhibition of that \cry pious and Chris- proper that this motion should have 15th.! -Sloop Plough Bov, Mack, New si'mii }proportion. county, levied upon to satiny Richard II.Long's .t

li'In quality: becomes the duty of his adversaries. proceeded from one of her representatives, Orleans, 7000 bricks, by G.V. a[kip\ I FOR SAL, BYJ.IanlUrtll taxes duo $6,75 cents : also, ,
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This is conclusive, for the Journal I and we arc proud tint it has fallen: tolll'lot 19th.-Schr. Curlew, Cha. Mobile, >sg Airent. 0 Acres of land: in said county on Spring

h: well informed." of Mr. Dorsey to make it, as there are bales of cotton by Stark Hunter.! Ono door North of the Poal Office and Creek, lying \\' S. \V. i Sec. 1. }

It is affirmed that the Sultan has uivenpositive none bettor qualified than! he is. by 'his zealand I Schr. Choice Shah, Mubile.Schr. city iluli I, Mulittc.! T. 6. R12.. levied iip .n to lti"fy: Jarno*

orders( 'tor the evacuation of Athens! eloquence, to sustain it.-Hull, Chron.We Elizabeth, Forsyth, New trea11s! I 'Fickets: for silo; in all the Cifrront, Lottc-j B. WHili's taxes due $7,50 cents : alsdrOI

and, Necropont by his troops. I 5000; bricks by Samuel Patterson ni-s. All older*: from a distance, enclosing! ,I \ S DJJ..14IlD TABHB; on

The President of Greece, Count Capo understand that the Naval Court Martial I C.1SI1,0r: Prize Tickets, will l.c. attended{ the monday following in the Town of Webb ( (

d'lstrias; is reported to be dangerously ill. / summoned to meet! Washington, will} Sloop Victress, Williams! v.;TS mlcerlised, 1 to, ifa.ldii'sveil! to J. DANFOUTII, AJobi yule, levied upon as the property of James '

The marriage! ef the King of Spain took assemble! on the 8th of February, and that at Savannah, Jan. 2rjh: to ail; for Key. le Alaltair.a.Mol.ile; : Marshall! to satisfy his taxes due $. 79,87i'cts. '

p! )KC by proxy ort the 8th Dec. and the I Commodore Ridgely is to pieside.. Their West and Peusacola f in a rtw; Joys. \ Jan :uy 25th; 1830.-."0-ifFlV. Andrew G. Mays>-
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ctlemony) was repeated on the llth, on I proceedings, it is expected. will! be unusuallyinteresting. \ 1-- ------------- ----- Tax Collector, J. dJackson s:

which! day the new Queen made her p' ;Jjic'' o. 1-r.J .i ICC.. TO MARINERS, CotntDec., 24, 1829.- dsCLOTHiNG
I: Spar 3QUO1TS hnve been moored in
J-TV: into ,11llr'ttl.treat 1 .
; Territory of Florida, \ :\ ., and three spar Buoys in Pass
( uncertainty yet prevailed as to the i .:\l l f l t.. LL. S\ "\J cambia County ti Christian; on Lake .Uouigue; the following direct:
event of the damage occasioned by the cxti'iordinary BENJAMIN lOLRNAGAN) J.nvJn applyed lions will enable lh. Mariner to amid the dillictH-i:
;' overflowing of the !Nile. The iiu cupiiiv: will!! of the! lure Julia ties which formerly existed in the Nniijjat ion: o BOOTS, AND SHOES.J. .
Sir W.; Jones and Mr. "rag.-One day : Cauley, of said county Cotton crop was said) by some accounts to upon removing some books at the chamber of Now Orleans papers, will please insert his notice. O"NEILLlIAS : ,

Itonly partially injured ; by others to be Sir William} Jones, large spider dropt upon That Saturday the 17th ,flay of April next, at 10 The Luoys in Pass Marianne are moored nearly just!' received a hiooAble assortment of t
to be totally destroyed. Those of Indian. hi the middle, III the deepest vaier, and it is
reroiHmni'ted -
tho floor, upon which Sir William with o'clock .\. M. l he apoint| 'd to prove the same to keep them close board. ind Sprtng ;e
nnd known ha\e on There
corn Indigo, were to .
sugar failed. i warmth, said, "kill that spider." Day, with at the house ofJamc Spillman, in I'lOiici, where ;s from 10 to 14 feet water through: this Pass. The &lli< [IUU '
entrely that coolness for which he was so conspicu all persons interested, cnu appear[ nnd show entrance from the West, it rendered plain In thekhcll i
The; Emperor of Russia has! sanctionethe cause, if any they have, why said Will; should not Key or Islan.l Marine on the! sleuth side of which: lie offers for sat E low far falh.
ousrcJlhed"I! will not kill that spiderJones: bf admitted to probate and that this order be
:ippointmen; *. of a council of commerce at it, neatly opposite to which, lie fn eat Boy AMONG KJIlCff: ARE -
I I know that I have kill that in" the Pensacola Gazette audervcd t is ; .
St. do not a right to published : ors moored and{ tears about lath (into Ihe v"
Petcrshurgwill blanches Key
the em
other ;
at when in the nearest: IcJati u known. Black blue, brown and olive dress and1 frock f uperfine .- "
spider : Suppose you arc going yourcoach making which, run lall" by N. and will
\principal cities of the t'mpiu'There }had you clothCOATS *"
Hall Timothy Twitchol make all: the Buoys. On from L--
to Westminster a superior being r, etitning he East
been
an carthquako in Bessarabia on the 26th have much P. J. C. C. bring the West end of Cot Island to bear about S. I & :rAJNTTASOOigS.Ban .
\(jH'mber. It does not appear that %ny who perhaps, tnyy as power overyou Pen :Icola. Pry! 20th, 1830.-52-tf F.:. und by S.. distant about 2 miles when the ;; up cord, ca5"inet"iIug.{ !; and orcaitian d0 '
lures were lost, although the damage to the as you have over {that insect, should say .. iTist limy will be visible ; then run \V, and by S.
Wdings was considerable. to his companion : 'Kill that lawyer : Kill ti4'iILI. which course will keep the Buojs close on board. VESTS .. ;
that lawyer:' how should you like that, The entrance from the East, being teiy blind, oue plats I black and figured: silk trivet raff nlfn_ *,. tout .
Jones ? and I run sure to most people a lawyer To Nancy Brantley dt-ic'iulnnt in a of the Buoys. hate been placed ab out IA niile> It'l. fnnc ytygn and plain silk. blue and &!,,>'Ir flnt"'' "
]Inundation in Egypf.-ln addition to the from it.Pass. a -n.l*>., -f ,
is a mOn noAiun: nulmal than u spuJor." quit ill Chancery, dcpciKling in Christian i i\ close to the main land, i is very
prtinilnrs) : mentioned under our foreign head, ROUND JACKETS
the ,
from l.ftSI."ltf:
the Jackson Court narrow and intricate-tailing >n ..
*e subjoin the following extract of a letter The Schr. Peggy, arrived at New Yorlc Superior I opposite to the East end o' Cut,Island run N. :N.n- Fine frilled end plain: liishg, linen

&om Fitch Brothers fy Co. of Marseilles, from Curac oa, \\boarded on the 6th }inst. Florida. for Ihe most prominent land on the main, 011 near- SHIRTS: : : : .. 1

uifd\ lvc. 5ih, which has been obligingly in lat. 21 45, Ion. 69 4, by a schooner under TAKE NOTICE that I hall on the/ first Mon risible,ng which and, a serve House as with a direct a roof object painted to the r red entranceof will or duck, chfck.rotton s and 8anr.l l do. r i

!krnhhcd us for publication."The Columbian colours.The Captain and 4 men April in the present year at Canton in this 'P...s ; about n mile from the: shot, you will DRAWERS. ;-"

news from Egypt, to which we al came on board, the latter armed with long( Wilcock County, Alabama, proceed! lo Rice take thedeposd'ions make the first Buoy which keep close on your $IackItalian silk CRAVPTS, '
Jesse
Wright ,
!! of Christian '
l,1rd, ia our last t, has been confirmed, and knives.They said their sClr was a Buenos Rcc: Aaron George Livingston Josl hua SJrane James starboard ; the second Buoy will then be in view ; '"in"ac\fallcydo. r') _
larboard
'lIIL'f'rd' the destruction is much greater thau Ayrean privateer, but differed about her Battell, Daniel llorry, Charles Doe.JJlles McMil will which\ discover keep" doss the lUifd or your Buoy which! ;keep from on thin you Silk Hanrfkerchled.Hab GI'es.lloli;f j-, tttt fped Sos _

**s fir>*'t imported. According to this morn- name ; in one thing, however, they were lan, and continue from day to day, until!! !the tame' are star board ; and afier you: pass it, run W. uotil jour) the pentfets. add C.) ..
"i.'Ig S paper' the. inundation) has been exces- flRreejt and that was in plundering the Pf'ggy complete ; to Lc read na evidence I complainant in the suit and depending Boy of St. Louis opens, which coarse pill enable BOORS 1
L\'f. 1 Exclusive: \ oilier and i if as abowhcn.ill am Y on to clear the square Handkerchief-there is s
: of the immense Inns! of life boat and half her provisions- defendant. I iiiII ..6iI.It
are in BHo'iif&cr- .
you 7 feet water this Pass.. On -
( from G to entering .
i!l ??*" al lli"r'housud! ; soils that sus. they did not fake any thing of more value, i ii Given under my hand this day of February! : 1930. from the West these directions will of course U- : .

,,,:'t'd 11/i caitlr, indigo i "clmmtSril.Jle. ," and 'waS because they could nut .find it.Norfolk Jonathan rultJfY.r' eversed. VilA Domestic and Piece Goods.Ptnsdeolk .

. t.rJ t!-tcrlption of!rlroPYery, appears to be 11'ral l'rlM.: 'f0h: -C>9-n" l"1STO'fIt'l5FPf'ultC'oJa, Jan nary 22



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8:. 17 __- ----- I Notice.IN Tire} Territory. Florida.. WC tCrt1 i J, -TtflLV&TfcIjl i\O. R1)lN(}

NOTI.CE.T District Court City olPJ f '
: Superior OUR or FIVE Gentlemen ran be Aecomn
:&al 1 TFr. -Honorable theCounty
pursuance oran Order of the Icd"ith PI irate boarding l:j the $.bicntfrrcasonal'c
as ico a.
: : 'If. the of Escnmbia,
Undersigned has constituted arid appointedADAM Court for County terms.

.. m London Paper. GORDON 4OO of landliolonsinproOir Wednesday, Dcccmltf 1829. James Pendlctou,
arpens
Itf; Verses suggested by a conversation respecting the Esq. William A. Bell, on hehalf Pcn "co.i, Nor. 10th. 10th 182V.-39 3ro.J. .
n. tol .hfn'r rate at which ate Ira-earnagei are .expected Attorney at Law estate of Domingo Gonzalez: lie.C'a''PUBLIC of Louisa Dranam, -
to Og8, and the consequent march of rehae- ; VS. } In Chance

raent- ANDN. AUCTION, Joint; Davis, Gabriel Tuar, ALBRIGHT'S

An Exquisite oftlte year 1929, at Ilreal fast. I S. PAUMANTIER: Esq.: hiss Agents and at tlic Court House in the City: of PeniRcoln, on And and now Ellen, to Foster.::wir. on Wednesday, the ninth COLUMBIAN SYRUP.REMEDl' .
AlnrcJi.next;
Tell John to set'the kettle on, ( Attorneys in fact in this place. Tuesday, 23rd of day of December in the year of our Laid one
at 12 o'clock, M. lo satisfy and the .Ifbti of which has proved itself superior
I mean to take a drive; \ W. ]In ell Hunt.Pcnsacola ; pay thousand eight hundred and twenty nine,, A to
the said) deceased ihe st.id Land being one ii1*" S Rim'. or any of the Pauactos tor the cure
I only want to go to Ruin, 1st February, 1 Hro-GIJ-rrn: ) vided ballot Eight hundred arpens situated off .c appears hcforc the Superior Court of WestJf' of me following diseases, viz ;

And shall be back: at five. tha bank of the river St. Mary de rm+lvez. I .';rida, in chancery setting, the said Com- NECROSIS, (or affection of the bones,) KCSU'S

Territory of Florida, M. Crupper, pl?io't: ; and! it appearing to the Court thai t EVIL, (or SCROFULA,) WMITI. SKXI.UMC ;

Tell cook to dress those hummiro llird.I Western District, Superior Court Clerk Escamhia Comity Court. that t'!: -all Louisa Cranam claims to bo a CANCEROUS, amliiitrteiale ULCERS ;

by W. liascll H,ult D. C. free WOOl-.n of colour, and that she has been
LIVER and lilLIOUS; LOMPLAhNTS
shot in Mexico; Jackson.DEC. ;
Pcnsacola, iHth Jan. 1830.: ( -48-9l' cJlc(1.' '-Uza Jane and stales that
erroneously
They've now been killed at lea-t two days, TERM 1829.!) ho was brought to P cr acola by the! said RHEUMATIC aflecli omit ihejiead &SYSTEM

They'll be un pets trop ',::u.t. Jonathan PtrtDUlcn generally ;
rs )[ IX CHANTRY.nranllnj. Notice. Jo.iu Davis, and that sits tt'"uSoJU 'n Cam. ULCERS.'of: the MOUTH and THROAT.

in the State of South.srolmi1f and
I'll try that! wiae, a la rose, 1inry ) fl? do! hereby give( notice to all persons not to harbor c1.cut SYPHILIS, end all other diseases arising in the
An Application for a Divorce. raised the Rev. Isaac Smith >ho pour >?*
by of
conceal sell fioin I improper ute MERCURY.
Just brought from Ispahan; fes to, or buy niyxvifeMachael
'}f Appearing to the Birti-Mactiou of the Court that sides Pearl River and it also ; I
on ; appearingthat
How could those Goths: of other times the defendant: resides out of the I Territory. It is I i As rt general dcpuraiire article Or cleanser of th*
4 Gayler the said John Davis is not found within hlt'> remedy
blooJ. possesses invaluable
.., Endure that vile Cblmp:1gnc'lTho therefore ordered, that this case be set for hearing at powers; it
that the said! Gabriel Tuar the and has also die
this: District and improves a-jJpetilp
the next tenr of this Court.It a? she has left my bed and board \vitlnut any lawful i remarkable
is further ordered tint, a copy of this order be -cause or provocatirnAmid I do hereby give noticeto ami Ellen Foster disclaim all !interest in this vilest of deputing the kn of that yellow bilious

trip I took the other day published::: in some one of the authorized newspapers uB! persons not to credit her on ny: account :u I am I' matter
To breakfast in the Moon, of this:: Territory, fur there months Buccessively.llobt. dutcrmin': .d not to pay any debts of her contracting. published in the Pensacola Gazette, once a J. ALBRIGHT
Thanks to that awkward Lord Bellnirc, Lott ..
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Philarlelplkid.
John Gavler.T.scaminaCountyJanuary11th wrtk 'for the space of two months, citing and
TIc proprietor<< in offering his "
Has balloon. (
spoiled; my Dew ()lk.G13t : 1 ?; 0-47-3f.A admonishing the said John Davis and all Svuuf to lie public, furnishes a few of.c.t.trstaiA the In"t r :;

other persons interested or claiming
.For, steering through the Milky Way, -or N'\ lCE. iutoiested in the said Louisa Orannm alias mony of its superior remedial powers, as given him

He ran against.a star, EF, of John j Eliza June bo and before this by respectable: persons residing in different parts
indebted the ate
\\V.\v.11t \\. LI. percorm to to appear
100
And round too $ of tho United States, as n just>> merit due
turning again: soon, I to the
/BL Hpciden, deceased,are :quested l to make immediate Court at the next term thereof to be holdcu
RANAWAY from the subscriber, on same, as well as being{ the means of conveying 1
to
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Came
claims
against all having
jolt and
car.
iny ( ,
payment persons
f Satin day last, nt the Court House in the City of Pensacola: their fellow creatures who are similar I, atflictrd
them with- a
again said e-t.-ito ;are requested to present I
in the-time *'..ibed by Law toAnn on tin."first{ Monday of May tH.U: to interpose sure, speedy null effectual remedy-aware, that
SHIELDS. pre
BARNEY j
Such fellows ought to keep below. Spcidcn.Administratrix.. their\ claim to the said coloured woman, Many: medicines are at his tunic distributed about
the country, held for in to C'c.J'C diseases
And. never' venture there; a mulatto man, about 20 years old I. and] to answer to the bill of complaint herein which have upon
If Revs so clumsy, he should goBy five fttct ten or eleven inches high, stoops to his : of which they not the slightest :!' uence some ,
defect in of hi believe ia his I Pcnsacola: -Dec.:5th: 182O-42-St. filed.A they had tried previous to the we of the(
no but the bear. fhouldpr! a one ? eyes,
way from the Record. syrup, as be seen their
true may by own *.
left, he has a down cast look when spoken to, but iq.. copy The medicine is altestato,? j
The above reward will be paid so highly reputed by some of iM
plausible. fotico.IX 'v. Ilasell Hunt
very
My steam is surely up by now, taken nut of the State, and reasonable expenses.He ,; : the physicians for the cure of various diseases, that tc

Put the high-pressure on; was bought by me ol Mr. Hutch. last spring; IX wroks nficr date, I shall apply] tc the pre i- Chrk Supr. Cvvrt. West Florida. the medical proprietors own knowledge, ten gentlemen of
faculty induced
Give me the "breath-bag" for the way,- agent of Mr. Spencer Druimnond, of Norfolk, Virginia siiiiiiK': ; Justice of the County Court of Jackson: eases, to"uliich they were themselves had lo try it subject"in dig
been
who sent him. for Letters uf Administration on the t:tate
CoMiity and found!
All right-hey-v.hiz-I'm gouo. F. Miller FOIl SALE great 1 benefit (rem its use ; ore particu
Jolm of Ili iii.iit Hf.vso.t, darea.ifd.L. larly. residing in AUen ton n N. J w'he se dis olulion

New Orleans, January JiOth, 1630.: 4J4t.! M. Stone. ANl1WE'BAME wn threatened by a severe attack of liver compliint .

From the Democratic .4ty. Tallahnwe, 22d: November, 1B29-.12tf. which had previously resisted his onn treat I
: ment, was in the
BUILDING. of
course a few weeks
NAVY AGUNT'S OFFICR, 1Pcnsiicola restored :
OLD WINTER IS COMING.: J four Rooms, with a Kitchen, auf to the enjoyment of perfect health, "
Dec. 1st 1329. CONTAINING
Notice.ALL in, situated NO. 9, Secretary The accounts which 'I.ate been :
OM Winter is (doming ac.iiu-alack"! will bo received at received fmc m
Proposals Street, near the Nnvy Ytn1. P"s91'cai"n to he had agents JM different parts of time Union
.How icy and coW is J he! SEALED' until the first of I indebted 10 the PENSACOLA the 1st. the effects speaking 0(
day Aprfi perm: on January next.<< For further particulars good produced! I l-y the era suffi- ;
syrup
He cues not a pm for a shivering hack- next to supply the West India Squadron .\ I: OI'FICL for Suliscuption, AdverlisitiR apply! to debt to compile! at tiis! lime nn octavo volume of

lie** a saucy old chap to white and hlichHe : --- and the Navy Yard at this place with immediate and paynienl.Jut, i'linting, are requested to maKe G eo. 'Tr. Barklc the upwards of two hundred pages to enumerate all

whidlos, his chills with a wonderful knaci! January: I3ih, l ly.'iO.ItL'NAWAV. rcr.sacola, Oct. 2 th,182t).-38-tf cures
For he from cold --- -- The doses of the Columbian Syrup,"
corner: ; a cocntrco.Awitty FIRE WOOD are judjI
cinusly pro.ortionoil| and adaptta: to the and I
is age;
Notice Given
11E-\V AnD.JL Hereby strength of the human system. ll i is
for one year. The wood for the Squadronto $20 to perfectly) /
old fellow this Winter is- innocent, lhat! no evil ef ects need Le
be of the kind commonly called from Prnsarola on TO nil whom it may concern that Mariano from it, when taken apprehended
!
A Tpgfity old .{.fellow for, glee is dead miller agreeably the direction
tl.e :o'Jtli: ol' I.t Mouth, having duly made and
t a Negro man It may be given without
ii'cr. 4e ck. his jukes on the pretty, sweet mils-.*- 'PI.TI. published! a tact Will and Testament, wherein sh- any apprehension to tbo
by thc name #>f most tender infant or feeble adult.RECOM.IF.SUATOUV! .
Th wrinkled. o'maiden. unfit to kiss, appointcd the subscriber Executor, who tins qualic

And freezes the' dew of their lipsfor! this That for the Navy Yard to he good ORRIN. I 1 Tied Mini laken upon himself the execution iheicof. l\hUIC.\L: NOTJc%.
All indebted :o the estate
'. '.Is*.. the 'way. with- old follows like he! jtj10llnd Oak.Proposals '1 lie &J.t,1 .aKl0 o f\bout\ 6 feet 2 inches high, and persona immediate payment and those are to rC'questecllnmalw whom theestnie Having lecoHimended the use of J. Albright'

i :8: or 30 y nrs of aee. IIU clothing not recollected : is indchtcdlo present their claims for COJ.DMBIAV SVKUP" in my own private practice :

Old Winter's a frolitksome blade I wot-- will also he roct-ivcd at tlitimo same '! I&t' said l IIq fiu; was formerly the projirrty \\it hill the lime prescribed by Law. paynict.t tided for neatly twrars in- and! havingwitnessed its dc
n.'Jin"un Sflnii Alabama and cllkacy many cases which bad
of mH' ncr previously
He i. wild in hill humour, and free the :" Yard of JOHN DE LA RUA. resisted Ihe usual
for time delivery at vy j=:0111 l liv I hall Riil.inron of Sparta, toMajorliyulC. : rnlf'diell. I now with much pleasure ).
hell whistle along for 'the want of his thought,' tho w,>od now cut on the Live Oak Plantation \\ illI! o! i.ui.ilia"i:<'. Executor. I give my testimony in its favour, and will quote

And set all the warmth of our fur at naught, this, iilncc. The nbovr invard sill\\ be given for hp appre- Fcnsacola, October 9ih, 1829. A row of the most rf'inatl./lhlo l ur"oJ performed by
opposite ,. -" the same which came uuder
heHSton Ri'il' *''<'l""ff; of' Y: i.i .or '"o-1''-- :.1. I. -------- my notice.
And ruffle the the laces by pretty girl bought-' Tpersons;:: tvlu Otl T J"-r.p.ic'iJi.Tor tho NorrICE.'I"
nil reasonable cipuice Mr.! John Hmrkle's son, of Abington
A ftoiicKSune; tcUOJS! lie! contract will state the p1I i(',t per rord. All township
John Jettison, III:: scriber leslnmentory esrcutnrof the Montgomery county, Pa. ulcprnliun! eftlie mouth
he wood he delivered at the Nary; 1'arBnml and! throat and violent!
to : inflammalicn
Asrnt. .for Byrd C. Willis late Ynigo Garcia request those! who have of the eye*
Old Winter is blowing his gnats along, and spcnrity will lie rcquin-l for time Pcnsacoa..lan.! Kith! l JrfriU.: --17-61 claims against;; time tr.nl; estate to present their accounts I the disease lint destroyed the soft parts of the .

hold merrily shaking the tree! faithful l performance of the contract.: for payment ; and those indebted to the throat and roof of the mouth that it laid bare

From morning 'till night ho will sing his rong- For .' information apply this Office. erritury of Florida same to settle! within the shortest dilay.ANTONIO the:Mary bones Peterson and ,made of Wilmington its way into, Del the l of nose.-confirmed Mrs.

Now mORning, .&o.J.qhnrt-now howling and l long, Charles. Tntt c POL. Scrofula, under which; she laboured! |m i>
nearly three
Court' Pensncola
Western District Superior ,October 14, 1829-37 f,
voice is loud-for his She k
III luugs arc strong J.Ym''grllt.' years had extensive: scrofiifons urC'faienfl!
A merry .r>ld fellow is he! Escainbia County. -- '-- on l:he left side ol the neck ov\n* to her bread ; the
42-If. A PRESS S11I'1'r.2' breast very mnrh enlarged ; her left arm swollen
--- FALL TERM: 1829. : and nseicsj; and her .'
Fashionable :SUMMER! head on the affected side re
Old Winter's a tough old fellow for Howe, OF CLOTHINO jns
t Reward.ESKHTED arrived and for sale by theCOXSfSTIXG Und dining; on the shoulder and violent pain in he?
$30 Public NoticeIs en'iguet!
A, tough as ere you see sJAIf>III. General Thomas Snyder, of Rbf rmatic _

lie wilt't ip.up ear trotters, and rend our clothes, OF affection 0'< the head followed by an obstruction of ;
And stiffen our limbs from our fingers to toes-- H Private from this Post, on the 10th/ inst. Hereby: Given Black Brown, and Green Boinlarccn the nostrils ; severe pain in the upper Jan eittt-nti
Coatees IIIgom the nose over the cheek bones the ,.
and .
Frock ; cn k. :
He minds not the cries of his friends or his: Iocs,- James Quin, ) THAT thi-nuit ha>iheen in- Coats, exhibiting high stale of intJ.tnIUHuion.l\JI'.
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John Va-
Fuller
..A tough old fellow ia he zs Vstiluted by attachment in the Angola. Circaskian, and French Linen cJ.o. with a Iculine Uoraef ofulcrrationr the left no ;tril, obstruction .ci
William O'Mtara Superior Conrt, Keanibin::: variety
of Marines: _' inches ) of the same : loss of smell, .
about 2 >cars of age 6 feet T The Itfmlnnt and nil other in- difficulty of
A cunning old fellow Winter, they say, high, hazel:: eyes, amly Inwr am ami by occupation devious M eti\ stmcut. a Biack- \ wife, son and daughter: Mrs Mustek GI 1
A cunriiagidd fellow Is he smith. Wlio the Declaration. Chronic Rheumatism nith nliich! she
had
-ver nil! npprciifii l the aiii Fuller, been
He peeps ia' the crevices day by day, and deliver him at this, or any oht'r1anne! StHtiou Pehsacola.JarUy; 8th, lr: O--4j-13t.( Fine, plain, and Flitted Isnin: shirts ; Black Italian afflicted upwards sixteen years ; her son of scald 1

To sea bow .we'ft-pU8ir.g.our tuna away- in ibe United Siai's, slump receive the nbuvereward. crag;tts!! and' stocks ; ilk pocket handkerchiefs I head, and daughter of scorbutic affection of the j

Arid marks all : NAVV Ai EST'8 OFFICE, \ ilk and cotton Hosiery ; back horse skin Beaver gum nnd disrlmrgft from the left ear.-Stephen !
our doing/firorn gras'c to gay- G. F. Lindsay Pensaccly; Dec. 1st, 1829. ) and finer gloves ; silks rotten and ''on'ted stispendets Snare's son of caiioin affection, of the shin; nearly 1
.I'm afraid he u peering at me! w ; glad, white! and seal hats; Of fine qnalien -. time nhole of the shin bone was destroyed, together

NASHUA-DARD. Lt. Commanding.MAUIXE SEALED Proposals will! ho received at unit! latest fashion, with a general! supply. of faith many of the smaller bones of the foot-Mr

... I .. -;> DEPOT, ce until the first day of April n BOOTS James M'Minn: of liver complain: aid asthma

P.msacoU, .... January Slit. 1830. next to supply( the West India Squadron and which he had upward ofninr Yt"an.1ia.. Mveriof
Notice.AT ANDSHOES uicrnir ore r.ionlli ami throat, and her daugh 1
Navy Yard) \vitliFresh 1iiii1I ,4JII. tcr of crofuJa. Besides the diseases above .nu "

ft Meeting the Board of Directors of the Notice. 4v. merated, I prescribed the Syrup with great success

Joint Wh Stork: Company, Beef J. O'Neill. in mercurial cases and secondary syl.hilia.In .

he fattowmgResoJations; were adopted. }I TIE (')partner h' ) heretofore exit-ting 5u this Pen acoh May 12th, 162!>.-Mtf. giving this testimony of Ihe merits of the ."i*'
hesolved, That the! time for the payment of five place under the firm of AND "Columbian Syrup; I have divested language ||

dollars\ remtSnitfr; duo on each share of the Wharf KOPMAN $ tlYER, er.tirely technical terms the better 10 be under- '

Stock, as required Ijy a resolution of thn Board of and in Nwv-Orleans under that of J7 C eta b I c s. Notice.Ar.J4 den lood by those, to whom it is intended lo convey
16th June 1829, be leaded to the first dayofUTarch I 1 its effects. The I length of time the diseases have,

a next.Retolced. 1IYER % KOPMAN, i ij. Full ONE YEAH. ,persons interested in the Estate of John been dissipated, convinces me, that Ihe cures arc

That as the sense of the Board, it i is Cfnes'ly : in this dissolved' mutual those deceased, are hereby notified that theUndersigsd permanent, and it may with propriety be said, that
day by con'f'lIt'all
The proposals to slate the price per poundof Clerk of the County Court will ex-
4 recommended to those tit:: '> khoWcrs, vim! claims said here I its healing qualities rank it among the first remedies .
having against concern arc requested I
have failed ia any beef and the which the officio niiminisler on said Estate: pursuant to an
paying the list extra in almetit, to them for settlement and all those li-rms! upon vegetables of Ihe present
to present I
over the to the Treasurer of the order of the Hon. Ihe Presiding Judge ot the I day.JOHN
pay same Company make immediate will be fmnibhcd. I.
indebted-will IAYW
please payment to EG, M. D.
County Court, all den aids
having
before the expiration of the time above mentiontd persons any March & 1828.
in order that the Stock may be relieved from mdmbr&ncei II. llycr. Bond stud security will be required for the against laid Estate will present them without Philadelphia ,

u early'practicable.A Henry Kopnaan, t faithful} performance' of the contract. delay. The above me\1Iionet1l\IE'ditine c:.n be procured

I A true Copy. Ilonry llycr. For further information apply at this Office. II. G. Ramsay, at three dollars per qua* buh.'. Of the Subscribe': J
who will exhibit
I to the ce.il
arty apply
person into
J. G. Drake, The husincps here will in future be conducted and Charles P. Tint, Clerk. ncates of cures :lude! .l to by Doctor Maywrg.Vanbaim .

SecrdaryTensaeola. a good general assortment kept by II. Iyer. Navy Agr.rzt.42tf. \Vllhon County, October 16th, 1829 38tf.
Feb..nn.tf) Pen :t.oJ.l, January 15th, 1830-47-It. & Wilson.Ve.msac'1 .

Police is YvwreVvs Given, ift, 16th January 1829t i iI

.. 1 TO ALLVHOl1 IT MAY CONCERN
Motice.ofAdminLrtraiion. tlbl'ic .Notice'IS ) I I Ti

v NO i ICE. THAT. James Parker ia dead, and that leite..s''1 PRINTED:. : WEEKLY, BI
L EtG'ERg HEREBY GIVEN, rHUIK Copartnership heretofore existing under olion on his estate have, been .
on the Estate of oar p k Y. Crazot. 1 THAT this ttfit has been JL the fir III of IlItiuf'l & Gates is by mutual consent granted to the Subscriber. AH persons 'mdebtedliolire -JSROIMB D. MOORS. j

A 7* !'BElL, De"ban. -. rs. I inttituird by Atiachmcnt in this day diisolvrd. Tho:xe haying demands state; are requested to make. ;.mmedtate

.., 6ecn: to, *the Subscriber, all I Wrson.i Carlos De Vittien, Slbr 'Superior Court Esram-!: against said Firm will i please present thcoi-it is and those to whom the -.:state u indebted payment to FOIL THE PROPRIETOR !

et44 goatdeetates: are kerkbynotified to make Administrator! of Jbta County. ThedefendnniCarlo deemed' quire nnece.3iry to ad.!, that those in. present their' I 1UJ:1 within Cnc time prescribed by
'' i iat*jnynent, and all those/to whom the p&- De V'dlitrt. Mild all othtrr-persoiu lute debted Mill|| confer a pi rticular favor by settling law. r\\b\\sl\eY; of the Lows
rested ere hereby required to appear, anti Ideadte. their accounts.
tiitsa d bted. to present their claim within the
IImne prptqribedby LAw, otherwise thin notice will this .tt' ltU ation. Sidney P. Hames, James Finlay, OSAND .TD ,

h ptetdia.bw of NCPtory.t Gatct IIrJmfnisi"Qtor, VNITESTATE-'
Samuel ren;leo1 Oct. 24, 1929.-38-9t. .
t James Fiulay, Notice I .
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The business will in future be conducted by .
AdmimstratorPcnsacola OF TIlllTERRITORY
weeks after Hat i, I shall apply fur Samuel Gate wlw keep* his usual good supply.Fensacola i NOTICE. .
5th Jan. 1830 46 SIX August 811), 1829-28 If.
: -8\vt. '
"' of Administration, on tho ester !CTpHE Underaigoed }lifts received instructions i to OF FLQRJDJ1-

A FOR NEW YORK of MiUgy: Porter, decef.lej.1.101es. ul 'prevent or punish. Ihe cuttiag of valuable
limber, upon the Public Lands. These, instructions anJa ;
TUB new and fast sailing Brig Daniel, Public Notice extend not only to Lire Oak and.Cedt:r. butt

Penaacola, .. \MJbvi1l ,I.ln County, tcc.l0th. 1820-15-01 1S IlfREBY' .. "'TimbcTofrverydescriptiontHkcofrom the Pub FIVE DOLLARS per annum, in advance, if pay .

& Richard Spear Muter, having: three i : ______J!!.. GIVEN, I lie 'Land fur 'fie'purpose' I'Shipping. for the tulle m'cnt ia! deferred six months, SIX .POLLAR8
Pedro Sans THAT this suit has "
been insti- undcratoodhowevetthat
be
of Saw MUll & '. ll ito
fourths ofhrcargo en aged, will ail.wit I)'. zttecl l hy attachment in tho : used for will bo required
q Suft'TCTtS4 the instructions do not apply toIIAperl
ible For freight .wr.ttJe ramaimlci:r ) BLANKS ,I
All pos despatch. Un. }"Wr Court, F.scambia Cotmty. Atei or for jrffttf ration purposes. J7AdYertiseb.ent3 inserted Conspicuously at ONE .
aceoesuaod tion
or passage, having good app \y UjCpt. I "' maJ Dnt and The Defendant und all other'pelrFibtteu for fourteen lines o r less for
Spear on board or to... 4f ev tai v \\esc.rltiou1et\ Brv. sons interested are hereby reqnirj i Benj, D. Wright, \ DOLLAR every and FIFTY CENTS: forcacftcort'flnrmccr'on

.J. C. -Sf c'v. IYP ser.Jltn. \1 ed to appear and plead to Declaration, :;I u. S. Attorney.Pcncau4 the first insertion,

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