Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: 3 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: February 27, 1830
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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VOL.; VII. PENSACOLA, SATURDtY FEBRUARY 27th, 1830. I-.1J '. J" : ...r---- 'r.J. ..... .,_,'.,._, __""_'__'_'''' _I II

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Laws of Florida.BY their {proceedings, and the state of the'funds To .Wilson & .Davenport, for printing g Cor I committed to their charge with such this house hundred and
recommendations ; i two forty dollars, as aforesaid, the sum of ten thousand WHEREAS it
1.- -==-_ _, in regard to the improvement : eighty-two cents. dollars be appears that tbo third (
< to recovered
by common section of "An Act
thereof as to them shall I To Wilson process, providing for the adop:. 1
seem & Davenport, for printing in i in any court of judicature of this Territory ;; lion of the common law and II
statute law
The said Directors shall receive the form the ctf -f
same pamphlet of the
| journals in '
present court
I any or courts having juris- England, and for repealing ccruifc
per diem pay and mileage, as are allowed to session, two dollars per page of the pamph- : process judgments as the saiaeVt .
the members of the Legislative Council to I lei the therefor posted. fc f jj(
; to
I liquidated within the and i
same ; to levyable and been left of said
out law the f
rXw be paid out of the Literary Fund ; Provided, and certified by the auditor of this Territory ) as same u eQ. t
upon all singular the lands oiled and and
signed, whereas the said latf,
that a member of the Legislative Council -Provided, that it i is distinctly understood I and hereditaments and chatties v |
goods of the has been .
shall not receive pay and mileage as a Direct that the said Wilson and Davenport are to I I ; correctly published : '
1 j party or parties against whom the same or j Therefore, be tt rtsoktd by the Governorand
: tor oi the Literary Fund. the of said in n
complete publication journals
I any sum recoverable under this act shall be Legislative Council
Sec. 4. Be further enacted That the the "Floridiiin. and Advocate without of the Territory ,
: awarded
his her Florida That
or adjudged, or the following section viz
President and Directors of the therefor. : ;
---,-- -- Literary :their heirs, executors, administrator und i[ "Sec. 3. Be it further enacted That all *.
Fund shall have control over all school To James: Bryan, jr. for his services as proceedings -.
assigns : that the solo
AUTHORITY.AN always, and I ( which have heretofore been had $
__---- lands, and shall appoint three commissionersin sergeant at arms, one hundred and tiny I exclusive right and of the I
J each of enjoyment 1 privileges and, done in the different courts of this Territory :?t
this dollars.
county Territory, to manage and I .
ACT advantages huiehy granted and ,in accordance with the "*
the said school lands in their To John Warren for his services doorkeeper provisions ofthe
secured the said J
to William Arch-
To amend the several. Acts, to provide for Augustus foregoing sections of this act, be and
uuder such regulations aud restrictions one hundred and fifty dollars f
holding elections in this Ten iiory. bold, his heirs, executors, administrators: and they are hereby declared to be good and .
as shall and be prescribed by i To Thomas Munroe clerk of this House ,(
may :
lit it enacted by the Governor and Lcgis- assigns, are so granted and secured upon the valid,** in the act mentioned in the preambleto
the said
President and Directors of theLiterary for the of defraying the funeral expenses .
lat t't Council of the Territory of Florida, I Fund I purpose I express condition : Nevertheless I (that is to this resolution, be and it is hereby mado "
except the sixteenth sections, of the late Francis jj. Fatio, a mem
That no officer or sailor, in tile service of which shall be '' say ; that the said William Augustus Arch- ,a part of said law, as fully as .j if the} vamp
managed as heretofore directed ber of tiie Legislative Council the sum atone
the United States, serving on board teasels ; Provided, the same be not inconsistent hundred and fifty dollars. bold, his heirs, executors, administrators! or I :had been correctly enrolled and signed. c; *.t i
\Var or Revenue Cutters officers and assigas shall and do, within six months from Passed November 10 1829. i
o or ,
with the laws
of the United States and of To James Bryan jr. for new furniture,
of the United States ; the day of tho passing of this act, enroll or -
soldiers shall .-
army. this Territory, in relation to the objects 'for repairing old furniture, preparing capitol I -
entitled to vote at any election in th19. Teni- I cause to be enrolled, in the office of tfc From the New York Conner &Enquirer. '
Which the said lands hire and fuel dullars.To I
arc appropriated Servant eighty seven
t j Secretary of this Tallahassee Letter nJ"rittTs.The letter writers
; any law to the : withstand: Territory, situate at fi OlD
tory contrary
Sec. 5. Be it William Wilson
further That all fur
enacted stationary one "
ing. I within this Territory a full and Washington for the federal papers increase .'
Hues and forfeitures otherwise hundred and six dollars and
not eighty
expressly seven
Sec. 4. Be it farther enacted', That no ample detail, exposure and description of in Kumber as they increase in interest. The "J
appropriated, shall! accrue to and be paid cents.
shall be I the knowledge, discovery, improvement or sly inuendoes, broad hints, scandalous insin ;
person qualified to vote at said ,1
into the Treasury this Territory, for the To William Wilson, for stationary to be
unless he is invention, whereby tile raw is improved nations, and political provocatives with t
election, n citizen: of the Terri- sugar
and benefit of the Fund and furnished the executive nice
use Literary ; to to replaceso
of Florida and the of the elec- as aforesaid, :r.d such refined stn ar which these letters arc seasoned, make them > ,
tory ; judges'
tho said President and Directors of the much taken from thence, I for the use of
shall be and produced in tho first instance from tho I quite( palatable to tea-table tabbies d '"
tion they are hereby authorised : cane, !>>ap-
the i
Literary Fund shall have power and authority Legislative Council, at former sessions,
and required to administer to all persons to receive and donations for dollars. as hereinbefore is mentioned, to lIiiut..nt, pointed expectants, and obsolete coalitiorj .,
themselves gifts, grants that from and after the expiration of the said mcn.V c look for them in ,
presenting at the polls to'nu, the use, behoof and benefit of the said To Arthur W. Crews, for payment of an I quid pro quo .. n'of
whose right lo vote may bo doubted by said Literary Fund. unliquidated claim tho Legislative term of six years, the public at large may I the Baltimore Patriot, the United States 1-
against be fully en.thlc-d to < the benefit tllUl teof (Jazclte the Hon. '
Judges, or disputed by any voter, the following Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That so ,. Council, at its last session, one hundred and, reap Secretary Dwight of the
oalh; :_"You do solemnly: :and know how to effect and exercise the Daily, and the no less
swear, much of entitled eleven dollars be certified distinguished CoL
an act, "An Act to providefor ; to as coming out
citizen of I s.une, which explanation of the Stone of the Commercial :
hat you arc a the United States laying out the school lands in this Territory of the appropriations, for last year. Ictuuttletgc, lr with as much dc
trod of the Territory, thai you have: resided ," Approved November 21st, 1828, usg To C. C. tf R. \Williams, for stationary improvement or invention aforesaid, shall sire as the gourmand relishes his bowl of a 'i.
least three remain under seal, at the of the!: said 'croon turtle tilled with
in said Territory at ruoiiths nexi option fat and forced .
contradictory to the' .provisions of this act, seventy-five dollars and seveut'ivecents. meat
preceding this day, and that you have paklall be, and the same is hereby repealed. William Augustus Archbolddurin" the trim balls. In the last epistle from Washington, I :; '
legal and just taxes requited of or continuance: of this law, and nut to be whether from the Ex-Divine from ;
you-so Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That Mr. f;
help you ( otU' this act shall be in force from and after its I the Governor of this Territory, be, and he opened or made public but by the consent of Hercules Everett, or the consistent Mr. \

Passed, Novembers, 1329. passage.Passed. I hereby requested to certify the accounts, t for the siiid William Augustus Archbold I li;i.:. Storrs of Oneida, we know not, it is said that ., '
heirs, executors, administrators and assigns : the nominations of Editors Hour
r such
21st November, 1829. the befor/=lUeutiomal claims, to tho General as "Swart 1,!
AN ACT 1 Government. Provided, lastly, and it is hereby expressly I Noah. Hill, Kendall, Dunlap, Henshaw, l'

Constituting a Superior Court in the County A ACT, \ Passed 22d November, 1829. declared, that on the trial of any cause or ;&c." may be swept out of the Senate as ;

of Walton. Concerning the Chipola Canal Company.Be action, or causes: or actions for any forfeiture ;clean as a cobweb. The letter writer very i '

Be it enacted by the Governor and Igtslaticc it enacted by the Governor and Legislative AN ACT under! this act, for infringement upon or kindly adds- i i."

Council of the Ttrritory of Florida Council the exercise of the said knowledge, improvement "If, as is predicted, there should '
of Territory of Florida, For the beucfit of William Augustus Archi- be a dew |
That it snail+ be the duty of the Judge of the That the Chipola Canal Company shali be, bold. discoveries or inventions of the said i fection of the South Carolina forces, there is 4

Superior: Courts of the Western District of and they are hereby vested with full power WHEREAS, the said William Augustus ::/illiam Augustus Archbold, by any personor no doubt that many of the rewarded editors, P'

the Teiriiory of Florida, to hold, two termsot and authority to raise, by way of lottery, the Archbold hath inveined or discovered, or persons as aforesaid, the defendant shall who !have scarcely yet realized the amazing ::1,

court fur the county of Walton, in each sum of fifty thousand dollars, to be appro is in she {possession of the knowledge of; not be at liberty to avail himself of any of transition' from the scanty board of an edi. tf.,

year ; which terms shall commence on the pi latcd in cutting a canal or making a railway and means ollecting certain improvements the decisions of courts of judicature in respect tor s attic, to the well spread table of ono

first Mondays of June and December, in a from the Chipola river to tho eastern in several of the processes relating oi'patent rights, under the law of parents wl- derives sustenance from the pap of tho .
each year ; and tho sail) terms shall b e urm of St. Andrews Bay, according the to the granulating oi raw sugar from the as now generally settled or understood Treasury, will be doomed to revisit thos* :

riolden nt the seat of justice for the said I provisions: of the act of the Governor and cane, and hath also discovered or knows a or otherwise. This act being expressly intended abodes of poverty, where the festive board i

county of Walton ; and all writs sued out I Legislative Council incorporating said com mode or modes of producing or making TO recompense the said William Augustus and the luxuriant viand only lank among J t

against any inhabitant oi said county, shall pany. 1 what is usually denominated refined sugars, Archbold for disclosing and making the pleasures of imagination.** ,.: .

be made returnable to- .the-said- court ; and Sec. 2. Be further enacted That John from the cane juke in the fist instance, public the knowledge and improvementswhich I fit be true that ""abodes of poverty" in 9

it shall be the duty of the clerk of the supe- O. Sewall, is hereby appointed the agent of t without its going through the now more he posscscs or can carry into effect, the "Attic have hitherto been the portiod a

rior court of West Florida, holden nt Pcn i- said Company, to carry into execution the commony adopted plan of producing or to a greater degree] than hath hitherto been allotted< to Editors, then we say God bless I.
cola, to turn over and deliver to the clerk provisions of this act ; and he is hereby making what is called Raw or Muscovado done in this Territory.-And whether :such! General Jackson, and cause him to be re- .. l'

of said court to be holden in iho county of vested with full power and authority to raise Sugar, and :hen converting, such Raw oiJSluscovado knowledge or improvements, (or by whatsoever I elected twice over again, for having tho

Walton, all papers relating to suits now the said sum of money, upon such scheme or Sugar into the article, known name or description the same may or heart and pluck-the hand and bowels, to 1
pending ;in said court, wherein tho defendants he devise ought to be called} or described ) be be forward and
as may or think most conduPlafl h,}' the name of refined sugar ; and such or step rescue these miserable t =
arc residents of said county of Walton cive to the interest and benefit of the said knowledge, discoveries or improvements not of that; original or new nature, to entitle 'devils, these political sculptors of great men, '

an order of the Judge of said ceurl, Company, by selling and disposing of said l being at present wholly unknown in this the owner, possessor or inventor to letters as they have imagined themselves to be;

being first had for that purpose, which order scheme, to tho whole amount of the said Territory, the development and exercisand patent according to such now existing or these conservators of the liberties of their ..

way be made cither in term time or in vacation sum or any part thereof, and so on !o proceed use thereof hath been considered to bad e emodified patunt laws as aforesaid, the privilege coiiiitry ; these "watchmen of the night," .
; and all suits so removed, shall be tried until tine whole sum he raised ; and the i is of the greatest importance. benefit and advantage by this act secured from utter starvation, prostration and ruinat "-

and determined at the terms to be holdeu in sum or sums, so received and raised, shall WH EREFORE:: it is fit and proper that the and intended to be absolutely to the tion -But we apprehend that the picture iq

the county of Walton, as if the same had be puid over to the President of said Corn- exclusive benefit and advantage of such said William Augustus Archbold, his heirs, I somewhat discoloured, or rather too highly l,1

originally been commenced in said county. pan), within four months: after such sum or knowledge, discoveries and improvements executors, administrators] and assigns, as coloured. No man would have the contra g ii 1 f t

Passed November 19, 1829 sums shall have been received. should bo secured lo said William Augur aforesaid, shall not be in any manner liable to look Noah in the face, and dare to say I I

Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That the tus Archbold, his: heirs, executors, administrators to be forfeited and annulled ; It being the that he lives on deal boards and tenpenny

AN ACT said agent shall be allowed to retain ten percent and assigns, as hereinafter i is true intent and meaning of this act, that such I nails-however poor he may be in pocket, 1 F ;
To incorporate the President and Directors upon all monies raised as aforesaid ; mentioned and enacted. privilege, exclusive benefit and advantage I he contrives to keep up his spirits and his ,

of the Literary Fund. and before he enters upon the duties ot his Be it therefore enacted by the Governor should be fully and absolutely secured to flesh too, even in the very teeth of threaten J

Be it enacted by the Governor and Legis- trust, he shall give bond mid security to the and Legislative Council of the Territory of him and them, independent of and] wholly I ed danger in being tossed over the walls of 41

lative Council of the Territory of Florida, Company, in the sum of twenty thousand Flor'ula, That from and after the passage ul I free from all question arising out of, or in the Senate. But in speaking of Editors aspoor t

That there shall be fleeted, annually, in onc'i dollai, to be approved of by the presiding this act, the said Wiliiam Augustus Arch- : any connected with the existing patent laws ragged rascals, only fit to be thrown i, .*
ef the Judicial District of this Justice of the of the United States in like if I II into the kennel must be
Territory, COl'nlcourt of Jackson bold, his heirs! executors, administrators and manner as no we not deceived bj
by tho house-keepers thereof two persons comity, and tho said bond so entered into, assigns shall be and they are hereby decl.ired t I such p ingot laws nor any of the legal dcci-I appearances. The gallant CoU Stone of the r

having aU the qualifications of members of snail be filed in the clerk' ofiice of the county to be entitled to the :sole and exclusive right t sions thereon: hud ever passed or a Commercial, himself is a spar man-he Is

the Legislative County, who shall, be Directors couit t, by said Justice takirg the same, for and enjoyment of and in his said: l knowledge, law.Sec. t "an cagles talon in the waist," and yet '

of the Literary Fund ; and who, with the the use of said Company.: discoveries and improvements and all profit S. And be further enacted, That j I !Stone is a huge feeder, an inordinate consumer 3

Governor of this Territory,&their successorsin Passed, November 19th, 1829. : and emoluments to -irise or be made there the Secretary or Clerk of the said office of I i i of ever body good things, and every

office,shall constitute a body coi, porate and I from or from either or any of them, for the record at Tallahassee as aforesaid! shall band e I body's wine and icgars, and tho deuce is ros

politic: under the denomination of "The AN ACT full term of six years, to (be computed from is hereby authorised and required; to register I it, for all these providential aids he will not ,

President and Director of the Literary To determine the compensation of tho officers : the passing: of this: act. and record all such documents as maybe I grow fat-he still keeps a lean growling

Fund," with power to sue and he sued, plead of the Legislative Council, and 'for Sec. 2. And it is further enacted, Tin presented to him, in respect of the matters j I Cassius, and only in a good humor when h&

end be impleaded, and to hold lauds mid other purposes.{ all pluntets and other persons, within this aforesaid, on heist* paid the usual office belly is lined with capon and canvass Lacks.

tenements, goods and chattels, and the same Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Territory and the jurisdiction thereof, shall I fees and expenses, incident to the registry I Hill and Henshaw{ are set down among the

to sell, dispose of or improve| for the purposes I Council of the Territory of Florida, be und they are hereby expressly prohibited or record of deeds of similar l length and! poor devils of Editors. We wish our friend

hereafter mentioned. That the following sums be allowed to the from using, applying or in any manner having number. I' the "Lion" of the Mercantile, and the
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That the' clerks: and other officers of the Legislative recourse" to or taking advantage of the Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, Thnt: I "Lamb" of the Journal of Commerce, no 0

That the said President and Directors', or Council, and for tho contingent expenses knowledge, discoveries, improvements; or on the trial of any cause or action, or causes more harm than as much poverty as falls to

any {five cf them, shall constitute a board for iucurred for the use of the same, viz. inventions of the said William Augustus or actions for any forfeiture, under this act, their share. But to be'serious, why will

the transaction of nil business relative tobald To Thomas Mun.-oe, for his services a s Archbold, ia respect of the matters aforesaid for infringement upon or exercise: of tho said Editors, however strongly on the adverse / ,

Fund, of which board the Goveinor,I I clerk of this house, the sum of four hundred for' and during and until after the full expira improvements, discoveries or inventions of side, allow every rascal to villify and alpcrse '
when present shall be President ; and when I dollars. tlon of the term of six years from the day of alto said William-Augustus: : Archbold, by any their colleagues in the columns of their "|>

absent, the said Board hall, from amongst I To William McRea, engrossing and enrolling the passing of this act as aforesaid uithouthe {person or persons, as aforesaid, the defendant papers 1 An honest difference of opinionon i r.

themselves, elect -n President pro tempore, clerk, one hundred and sixt y-eight license ::r consent of the said Wiltian shall not be at liberty plead in defence men and measures may exist between

and they shall have power to appoint. clerk,, dollars. and ninety-five cents. Augastus Archbold, his heirs, executors or to assert, th.st he was acquainted with the editors without aU this: personal violence and if t |'

uud such other officers as they may deem I To>> Andrew G. Mays enrolling and en- administrators or assigns! for that purpose i in {process aforesaid or any part thereof, pre \' 'yc--nay, if one editor thinks it bur

accessary, not of their own body, and makesuch growing cUrk, two hundred and six dollars writing or otherwise duly and previously vious to the enactment of this law, but must, duty to chastise another editor with the va-

rules and regulations, fur the betterordering and eighty seven cents. had or obtained ; and any planter sugar in such case- prove to the satisfaction of the lour of his pen, it i is still in the "filln!,,)'"-- j

of their proceedings, as to them To John Gray, jr. enrolling and engrossing boiler, sugar refiner or other pcrscn or persons court, by two or more reslectabJe'anll, ses. : within the pao! of the fraternity, and is perfectly p. .

may teem meet ; Provided, they b. not inconsistent clerk, two hundred and twenty dollars. whomsoever, who shall infringe upon, that not only h!', she, or they was or were L I legitimate, but to spread the broad 'ii t

with the Constitution of the Uni To William Hilliard, enrolling and en- use, apply or have recourse to or avail himself in possession of the aforesaid knowledge of the honest, :and the free panoply of the t.i

ted Slates, and the laws ofthii Territory. .grossing clerk, one hundred and twenty-nine or herself or themselves of such knowledge tho aforesaid process or any part thereof, press, as a ta-get where defeated politicians .

See. 3. Be farther enacted, That there I j dollars and thirty-five cents. discoveries, improvements or inventions but that: he, she or they had positively been and ombittcrwi 1 expectants; may dart their .

shall be no unnual meeting of the said I i Tn Samuel 1 !I. Fitzpatrick, enrolling and or any oi cither of them, shall forfeit | in tho habit of operating: by or with, uch jaTclios to wound, or kill its conductors, fe u

Uoui.J.of$ the President and Directors of the 1 engrossing clerk, them of one bundled i and pay to the William Augustus AI chI process or any part thereof, for one month sad commentary upon human nature, and Bhumiliatinf ,

Literary Fund, in the City Tallahassee, and ninety-six dollars and eighty-five cents I I bold, his heirs, executors, administrators or ,previous to the passing of this net. condition to which tho profession ;.

on the 'first Monday alter. the meeting J I To James Scoit, epgrosisng> and enrolling I. assigns, for every such infringement, use, Sec.. And bt it further enacted,Thnt this of no editor is reduced. There is it3

of the Legislative Council, "*hop they shall 1., clerk oho hundred nod forty-three dollarsf I application of, or recourse to any or cilherlof act shall take effect from and after its [KlVd.i7th tssa gP- this practice not only a bad.tasto but n worse: ,

tt:::kc a: renori to Legislative Onnci'l ow |and ferry-four cents,. ibtin: contrary: 19 the intern nod tuetini'p+ 1 : lti'yt'cx'tbcr,182n.: !nipllcitoF' .I.iju1. ni1fv fijnv* fcc iSrV'* ''i F. '




By the lure the call, ofljjc Roll was completed members of the
Fehn} 5. twenty Chamber: : of
"\5 the wasdecendiug ii hill uii the: : ry. o'itte,
'o.l l to-morr. -racn opposed for die high stage about two hundred Mr.! Pi :.ti: t ton, iioin Committee on MiHlnry 1 the Lour: allotted ;b the cousiderniion of the liberal !side. He has"however positive*
offices this year from adventitious circum- Washington turnpike, of business !had ,expired and the 'H'
wlrcro it diverges from the alfiiis, 10 which was referred so muchof morning: ly pledged ( not to propose any mej.
stancvs, may ,become popular candidatesthe degraded yards Pratt-street beyojwl road the driver was Iii cd upon, the P I (. :dltt's Message, relates. to the su bject gots; over to another day.Mr. : -'ire in violation of the charter. The bidders!
next ; ttaf'press itselfshould not be Coulter from the committee on Tletrenchincnl fli the
in loan
expediency of merging the Marine corps f new were very numerous, um\
ball i
iho h without effect the passing poar i
:: ,
nvado: lIe sewer!
1 Ly being common his! head concealed: at the I the: Arilllc'ry{ and Infantry, mad a report, repotted) a lllIlo abolish brevet ;, would be !lOn!ht out on very advantageousterms ,
into which the garbage of every malcontent by some }persiMi : tho rank in the of the United Mates, ;nd :
I horse flight accompanied lJya bill to. alter und amend J Army ,j $ by the Government.Cotton. .
1| side of tlu road The taking; ,
,, is to be swept. of Marines which also to abolish brevet nuik in the Marine This( i article I
-_ __ I! at the report of the }pistol, set Rlfut full speed[ }, orcanfeation! of. the cnips} ; I important commerce
GAZETTE ;alien I a second ball more ncnrratcly aimed ball l was twice read and committed. I (Corps. I whHi has risen J5 p(%r cent. within

I IPENSACOLA >i than; tie first, passed through one r of the Mr. Isacks from the Committee on ihe thea! '>t four months, partly! owing to the largo

l"EnIU.\ :!;'th! l'::: '. !!I thi-jh.s: of the driver. The l keeper of the gate, (Public Lands, to \\l.IichVas n'f"I1'l'd on the The hill reported) to the House of Representatives demand! : ) for ( onMimpiion, ;and:) partly to tho
: I| near which the outrage was committed alarm- I jih ult.. the letter of the Secretary of the entitled "a bill to provide for the I lowness of stocks, continues to be sold very

U, S. Sloop Of WnrTfip, :rapt 1 t- Conner, arrival (-il! ,ii the furious rate at whirh h the st'giap; Treasury, tiansiniuhiga final report of thc more effectual execution of the ministerial: freely, and is still looking upwards) in price.
at Key West on the-':;,tti ult.. Iti i t'n\> irom IViuacola ; : d to be advancing, closed his gates: Land: Comm:ssioneis in Flonda, reported a \ duties of the Navy Department," has for its There has this year been an unusually large

and sailed the following day 0:1 a cruise. ;pea igiinst: it, and) with the assistance of till' (11 iPI' i- bill to }provide for the final! settlement, of,I III object the re-organixation of the Btv.rd of importation, yet the] price is now as high as

The U S. Sloop Florida Lieut. Tatll'llC"III\ \ succeeded in stopping the hOI sese The II Land Claims iu Florida ; which wits twice j j Commissioners: of the Navy. According to' it was in January last, and the stocks are

mander, arrived at Key We--t the iM .list. and $ul<% i :driver;\l' then taken from his scat, and upon read ainl:,l committed. I the synopsis of the bill published! three Commissioners much lower than they were last Chtistim.-.

oaths 4th for Washington City. Th Jcy'c'1 1''Il11)iii': hi.; flress; to examine; the state PROPOSE) INDUCTION: 'FIlE TARIFF I Il1r. ., of the Nary are
Register observes, "'v c arc luippy' in t.-iting that of the wound, a l.ujje ball loiied out, having McDi'flio) ) from the Committee o! who! :are to have: each vpara'.o! duties apportioned and it is known that they arc under 200,000

the officers and crcw of the U. .-;. sloop loiida were entirely passed 1 through his tfiigll! though fortunately ; Wavs i lId Menus, reported the followingBill I to Ilim'i1, : One to have thane of I II bags, perhaps as low as 170,000 bags:! : of American -
in fine; health and spirits on their urrivi.'l: at this place; I building equipping and there is about
j ;! without fracturing the botH The I :_ arming, repairing cotton 80,000 bags.
after undergoing the arduous duty sun-eying; the contained Ships ; another, of the: establishing and construction Last the stock were 2i The
of 5,400
stage ) a number passengers:; several A Bill to reduce and modify the duties u? on year bag
Tortugab, in which tcrvicc they have" been employed of them members of Conirress, and one certain: imported articles, and to allow ;i of Navy Yards, Docks, storehouses export of cotton from this kingdom has been

for the last four or five months. of them) a 1..i1(1Thc number of villains is drawback on Spirits, distilled (from foreign : &c. and a third, making contracts twice as large this year as it was last, being

List of Officer?. not diilinclly)i ) ascertained, the driver being m 1 sSt's. I tilt i supplies. Other duties not enumerated 120,000 bags in the year 1828, and something -

I>ut. TATSALL, CcmmanJcr.Licuts. of opinion' that there uere three, and one of Tim Bill haune: received its first reading, to be apportioned to them, as the Secretaryof :! more than 60,000 bags in 1829;;

.-Gedney andMorri?. I the passengers dechuing: that ]he 1 saw six." Mi. Ramsay, ef Pennsylvania, faint a decided I the Navy may think proper. Thc three .f'rallcc.It is stated that the Administration -

Sailing -astcr-Smith, t -- .bjrction to the introduction ef the discussion -I Commissioners are, besides: whenever the i have given up all immediate designs upon
Midshipmen.-Gray, :McLaughlhi} .1i' Illuir and} .'tGt E \ o. \ \ : of such a bill, at ibis session, objected : I Scc; etary of the :Navy; shall:: think proper, to l the charter, and] intend} pursuing a course of

Coburn. Ii __ I to its! being read I a second( lime. I: be convened as a Board, l for the consideration conciliation : they arc to give up the lottery,

---- oo- --- IN SE .'\TE.: According: to the Rules of the Utilise; in of such subjects[ connected with the to remit several! taxes, and) to pay the arrears

ARRIVAL OF THE U. S. SIIll' February 1. rise of !shrill: objection,;! : the question was stn-! Naval Establishment:: : of the United States, due to the Legion of Honour. The Chambers -

NA TCJfEZ. Various petitions and memoiials 1 for and ''llnll the blii be rejected 1" us may be submitted! to them.-&av. (i'eor. 1 1Mr. arc to meet on the llth of February.

The U. S. Ship Natchez, Capt. Alexander against; Sumjjiy mails were presented. The And on ibis question, the Yeas and Nays IVcltscr and Col. llant.Muchhas Late Jrom England.The packet ship
Claxton, hearing!: the broad; penmnt ofCom. 'resolution submitted by Mr. Webster, in relation vverv ordcied! lo he taken. I Henry IV. Capt. Pellt I arrived on Friday
been lill of
; John Orde Creighton, late command- | to he public printer was decided by Mr. Cambieleng:, of Now York, rose to S a recent interesting debate ]last; at New York, and packet ship Hannibal -
in the: Set tte of the l'. States resolution
oriir chief of the naval forC'c.on the Brazil- i l till chair to be out of order ; and the rcso- suggest\ ::; to the gentleman; from Pennsylvania, oflered ?Ir. Foot on a Capt. Hebard), arrived the same day,
of Connecticut
ian station, arrived in Hampton Roads; ( or'' I hit ion of Mr. Grundy directiu<: the Secreta- the total\ futility. thus attempting! to desiioy by : to from Loudon. Pari> and Havre dates to the
The Natchez sailed from this bill. If, he succeed iu his object .suspend the surveys of the public lands, in
Wednesday] night. 1'.!' were to : 31st Dec. ami London dates to the 2d Jan.
and had ofda's filesCatIIlIs discussion nf the \ which the above nMned; } gentlemen met each
11 *hia 7th Uoccembcr, a passage: : i the subject would not were received by these arrival.
from Curracoa where she in theietore be for the other in their greatest s :emi'h.: A con es- ,
22 I put J Melts, was debated by Messrs. Grundy and prevented ; propositions 1
in the"the expectation} of finding (;(,11. Win. i I Chambers : anti un tnaSion: of Mr. McLean, contained in the bill could. be revived; in various pondent of the: PhiLulc1phia-.Gazctte runs a The I rnl''rs. contain no political' intelligence it

II. Harrison, late Minister to Columbia;!, to''I! was laid on the table.1 Mr. Bentou resumed foiuis. .seemed to hiju, Mr. C., kind( of parallel; between the two orators;, of of much importance. ,

bring him} to the United States-hut hearing" : his argument on Mr. Foot's resolution in re'j said, that this proceeding' was very small which the fallowing: is r.n l'xtraet- Tin stock of Cotton at Liverpool on the 1

nothing from him, they: sailed immediately! lation to the Public Lands, and! continued) game, lie did hope, 1m *:iid, that the gentleman "No report can possibly give yon an idea list day of December, was declared! : to be

afterwards.The j 1 to a ]atc hour, when the Senate adjourned.: from Pennsylvania, would withdraw : of thc deep inleresl. of the scene
Natchez left at B'1hit the hri'! Rolla,,1 I L\ Tin: IIOUHI!:. I his notion, and let tilt! !snbjort take\ its usual peculi.lr manner of the two eloquent and eminent the United States.-The stock being rather

Odom, of Baltimore, loading with inolasM; s; ] The greater part of the: (lay was: occupiedi course.! It was! rely liaro) !>hpron'dllleao- : men who were contending fur the mastery. rrreater than !had been anticipated: ; the market -

\'orfulk-the only Aneican! vessel in I fin the: presentation of petitions and re>oluI wards anY committee if this House to stop) ;a I There, was much of personality, which was rather flit in the afternoon of tInt:

nort.r I! tion-;, among the latter: l'1't which: '', wore some II bill!! of ibis tpipoitauco and interest; on its first it i is impossible to transmit to paper, or even day.
Flour was selling at !;-this ?t iM nilrct: !' .submitted\ :!! by )Wickllflo: I't"t'liringiufor' reading. These were kindred. (questions! to arrest upon the menh'prv, a grctt; : deal l of :A severe frost: had pievailed at Liverpool .
when the Natchez left there. I mation respecting the allowaut.es! to !public! ea\! before: ; coinmillces nf this House, aivlwlirn the dumb: show of eloquence, the expression the last ten days.!; The Canals tverefrozea '

We learn that the ofurei --. and few of the! J (!.Hirers; in the years 1.T2S;, and 1S1UJ. MrMcDufiie I they caui up, the principles of this bill |i of the eye, and the significant gesture! which ui,).

Natchez, as well as those of! the! JIl1dsltJ'i! : from thn Select Committee: :! ie-j tould rf'adll1t- 1 : iutiouduccd by way of a- to be appreciated r' l : in their I proper 1 force, must It i is stated that: a conciliation; has taken

Com. Cassin, and Vandalia, Capt. Gallagher I ported] in parf( a joint icsoh'Mon!: for an I J mcndUC'nt.c.! ifu'!! gentleman: were t.) succeed be seen. Mr. Websier replied! to Mr. place between the l Duke of Wellington and

arc all well. ; .maJdawut:: of the! CorriitutionflheUni() : ( I : in [p1OCJ1'lll; i lib; n .I'-'( tion now. i ayne's second) speech, in an argument I Mr. HlI'-ki..oll. and that the latter will soon ,

The N"tclll'z'iJ! come tip to the Hllf"llOr-1 I' ted Siul''s, in relation to lh; election of President Mr. Ramsay; said he could not concur with I which occupied, two days: in the :delivery: ; I I he re-instated in the Ministry} .,w,

ape between the I Forts, the lima fair wind.3li J I i and Vice Prf'silJl'lIt'Ilidl; w i:1t an the gentleman: who considered this. proceeding ( !! mean t two congressional days, which consist I The conductois of the London Morning1

+ was beating up 1:1st: evening. I I amendment proposed, by I, Mr. lIay!!(**, was! I small/ !;;snap:. ile: considered: it huge iI j of about! three hours each-to which Mr Journal have (been tried for four libels against!
Tho following is a list of her Officers : !! read; a l first antI second time, referred to a I game, and such as the House ought now to J j 1'! Marine rejuined} in another argument in \lp-l the Lord! Chancellor! : and were convicted

ALKX'H CLAXTO.V, Esq. tsimandcr. ,' ConimiMe-i!! of the \\'hole on the: state of trie pursue.I WasMtig! : tlo: time of Ihl' House he i ij port! of bis own constitutional doctrine, each tiise. The editor of the London Atlas
: considered l be fcinall( and !hlic I debate-w; Is i closed between them Mr.Vebster has also 1H' convicted of libel tTrcSitll1f'I'rSIP
Lieutenants\\T R. "" J.l i; I'nion' ;and; ordered to bo 11 :1iteti. After the j : 1 to game, any course! 1 by I -n a against
m. Spencer, m. I
t'h'm. H. Gardiner A. Adam i'; transaction' (If further business, according( '1) j which should: pevent: the misspending the i: \ ) in a briet"pl'cl'h! of about half an I' ( ire. Ten or twelve other pro-
S. Lee. Henry II the UMial; r routine, the} House::. : committee of,, time of tl.t! I Il.lu..t', lit should consider liiat! a I j! hour, on Wednesday last. The opinions as srcutions !hart been commenced against other
Sidney the Whole, resumed the consideration of the large game.:: lie helievti-1: ,iie, said, that.to the victory iu this strife, arc of coarse asp I London editors for )libels.

Acting Sailing l\Iast'r-J 1... Ball. Mains; election question. i\li'. Suths-rlnr) I!Mheit! was<< lot t
Acting Surtrcon Benj. R. Tinsl .\cr.PurscI'm concluded his observations, ;:nd l w.is; followed i mind was not made up I before-hand; on tbr j!'. ticnt' : Betts: or the corisifiition have been Col. Fabvrer h:-.:> r.nived in Paris from

P. Zant/.inger.: by Mr. Coke, until, on motion of :Ir. I' question pit d,llIcd bv the hill. Fur Irs; pait', ;, severally maintained; and by worthy chamiuious. Greece. t
Acting; Pursi-r Benj. J. Cahoon. Mercer: the House adjoin nc.l.! I he. wanted t t1l'!' TanlT\ law, which! the House. i! Tbtj opposition I party. generally; coni The negocitions!: for obtaining! the free

Assistant Surgeon-Lewis B. Hunter, Frin.ii\: ; |i Iliad so liMH'h liotible in passing:! and which i';i havocvIIilc : navigation of the Rhine, arc proceeding

1 Muster's: l\late-Nlcholas R. Hunt<'r.- On motion of Mr. S-evior, it was j I jtbe giTitleuijiIrom} ;: New York had sostrea: I Iuoii.sly (!I favorably.

.Midshipmen- ;Sylvanus<< Godon: Thoma 1 1ltvv'Flui; ( the cunimiitre, : oi !Milifi- ( )ipnoseil! :! !, to hate a fair It ial.; a lleditl I I j jphantly' : hailed; by the: friends or the Administration The King and Qiecn of Naples enterctl

Sands, t'uj..J. Totten, J oho S. l\ho-rnon'l! II ry Afi'.iirs: be instiuctcd; to erqtiire: iu'o' theNPedflIeV ;] !nut wiiii! u :biocipl.'t: up f June) until it bad been t j ; ; a< a decisive: and complete} victory Madrid on the llth ult. The city was ornamented -
Thos. A. Mull, Harry P. T. Wood, John of i trs.1: by fair. expel'! illll'lIf. He meant m:; I over the K: 'isteru (j iant; ThcSl": that the I, with arches of triumph, silk ;nd
( liw for csta-I
providing' by
T. Jenkin! Thornton :\. Jenkins C. V.M. !I : !: di.sn-sjMH'' to the! t ('I1teU:1I! : fiom ;derv Yu uk, : j 1.;vjuthri'ii: : Orator i i.> more than a match f(1t'tlle'I II silver clothes displayed in the: nindows, &c.
I b'isiiing Militniy: Fw s or Cttuisons: Ul car i I
Spotswood George Burst: James: Jle- I but l could nol withdraw i : l A loiter from Madrid the ill
; : thewisjein : lU.J l'IJl lo ; his vL Ijl:rt j : : ; says, success
: fioniiet I ii: d\"h; ,ts, on Red lc-411i191ly
riot, Lawson C. Love. 1 I and! \r bile: lit el .... t i"Ii. j I to : : c opinions' oi the expedition of Barradas does not seem

Boatswain-John wood. '':; On motion of Mr. White of Fh id.1! it \tag :\11'. P. P. B.iriiottr! ruse'1, 10( eu!jsije{ i ii;; trot!: two words:: fitly characterizes; : the emi- to have: discouraged those who are anxious

Sailmaker- Patrick Murphy. 'I I!csrled, That ,the Coinmiitee of Commerce debate!' on I l'is' MiNjrrt: but to remind! i the ,iteiv: ; of either. Mr.; llavnc; is ttulv"* an ora- ::o to reconquer the new wod(). The City of

Gunner-\\ m. Cowen. I be instructed to t-isqiiiro: ', into the txpcdiRry !c-itlcm.in: ) fiom PiiiiS\lva-i!! ) ; !, ii! .K bu: I for- !j i0r I I ; full: of yl'Wlil'l.fl'! eloquence! :'.till! 1 pnssi Cadiz offered to the King to raise a corps of

Carpenter-Wm. c. Lee. I : of making: ; a further rllprunr:; riatiou; ;' nlll! objei'tic.a:! to the second: leaduiij! of! ;!,i" ,;l I
P.aIC'tl! : ers-Commodorc John Ode for !buoys at St. Augustine and St. Johns i 5u lull '\Clldclllll', !%' iran! tuj! effect tJ consum:; :: a must: vivid iginaiion! : which is under the the: expense of their transport to till- roast of
Crei hton, Lil'ut.V.. V. Tax lor, Sailing I:I r lort'Jfi. I!'I lie( tune of the Mouse 11'Ilea eVe r tile I II.J'st': I guidance of severe !tidy: and correct taste, Mexico. It invites the other cities and

Master, Jacob Mull. i On motion of j\r.\ 17nm
JrMilncdTr\M\\ \ (iinmitti .j on the I'i stale o1'the Union, it would (bo perfectlyI ; musical: ; \nice. Mr. Webster on the other i i ihaiv'.i ample. '

List of officers attached to the U. S. ship Post O(lire and Post Roads be iis: >iurted lo i i i I competent for gentleman: : from New Yos), i I f* a lauxrr. t\, :a great lawyer, vio has! 1 I The Persian Prince Chosrew-Mirza: lias

Hudson, under the command of Com. Stephen inquire into he( ezp''dil1 'Y of prtivii-lin by '| or any other gentleman<< to ofler, in tlie: shape-{ I at his iainvdi; COMJIK: : ind) all the l l')!giv i *, and 1 E. arrived at Moscow, where brilliant entcrt -

Cassin. law for a more }libeial compensation to Pobt-i J; of a resolution or resolutions identically the i ;all! t11.: wariness ofa''ool: ) & practiced,-I it cr, : liniMonts: were given in his honor. The

Lieutenants!:-Charles Banrtnan,' Wm. masters at diblribnting i t i Post t Oifices.nrni I sumo |>i-nposiiions ;is are contained(I.In- this I,t,I: of extensive reading: tL much!: !learningof: pe r- I.; Prince sremetl delighted with the city, and

Potiinger, 'r. O. Sclfridge, from the Natchez CIXSL\S.: ; !jbl I :!i ; and ..U coniiniitt'e of the Whole there! :;: feet s:.lf. j,o-ve-fitn: and! :Ih: ':im. ; ister of the : displayed! ) lernarkable politeness] and gallantry -

; Henry Engle Jr. from do.; A. H.Lon, The House again resolved itself into a I II I was no moans by which Uo could arrest t Ian I'I ,,'I!,Ji..f.t l, or at least of ail! the! arguments! on I, towards( the ladies. He is stated to have

Thos. MrKean Buchanan, John Colhoun, I Committee of the Whole House on the I.ill0 I progic.ss of ibe di:!!'-cus
acting; } JI. E. V. Robinson, pieced Alidshin- provide for taking) the fifth Census, or enumeration geniieman succeeded in preventing the second 'I : a1: iid! rircumspection to seize rapidly ;a t time, whom he would Ir.vo: taken with him '
man, acting Master, from the Natchez. of the inhabitants of the U. States, leading of he( bill, would inn in the upon the weak points of ills adversary. Asa to Perv,ru ns his Icgitfiiinfc ivicn.-WJlCfl it

Purser-W. S. Rogers :Mi.I ,Bnclr'unn in the Chair. The Commit smallest t degree serve his l object. Mr. U.I I, speaker, he is calm, collected and dignified ;;; was; represented to him that such a demand!

Surgeon of the fleet-A. B. Cook. tee of the Whole was engaged nearly four said in reference lo this subject generally, I somi'timcs: energeti!, ,\ but lu-ver impassioned I, \s a- contrary to European customs anti could!

Lieut. 1\larines-Hicharu Douglass.Commodore's hours in discussing the mode and quantumof 1 (hilt he wished to huve il discussed, not Ii oat or Tclr:.'!ment. Ills voice is ck' lruitl. : ':, not be compliedwihi! ; he allcdgcd] i uoranco

SecretaryGoo.; P. For- compensation' to be allowed to the Marshals any particular' desire to make a Speech, firm anI: he m-ungcs itith i::iich: tibili'y : II!| ;ns; an excuse .
for taking. tie\ and. other dr-Ciils about it, (but he wished it brought into view. I On t
rest. census :: his gostun.s! : :an (few t :aud not always ;;-raceful.1 Friday at midnight the thercraometer .
Assistant Surgeons-Wm. Johnson and \ in which a laq ge number of ineinb'prs) participated. iti reffiMici'! to the prrseot! condition and circumstances I hilt gpnerally forcible( and impressive.: :\ !o of Chevalier maiked 8,3, 10 deg. below i

Thos. L. Smith.MidshipmenMark. Several anlciidu twits wen! gteedo of the country. He wished the :. nnforijl cotstrast: between these two invn is t i zero (Reaumur; ) or 13 tleg. (Fahrenheit) !

9 Hale, L. P.IIisibeo, : in the course of tile siuing which the question to be fairly presented wither we in the expression and mobility of their; feat: Our correspondence the departments .
Robert Alex. K. rontmiiico reported to the llciusc and the shall continuo a tutu of duly ou imports beyond :
Handy, Yancey, B. W. ; ures. Mr. Webster's( ccuntenance i:. generally announce uniformly that the mails and diligences
Hunter Percival Drayton, Wm.: .\L Walker bill and amrndmenis} having been ordered 1 what the vauts of ihe country and the cold, severe and impiessive, which i : arc retarded 12J, and even 4S

r Augustus L. Case, Edward Honkinson, lo be printed-- demands of the: : treasury require ; whether makes: tile occasional sal cl..m; when accompanied : hours, by the snow with which the roads are

> Alex. H, Marbury, F. B. \Vright.I On motion of Mr.\ Sturm, of !New York, for any cause, tbj lountiy is lit have a settled : by a sneer or a smile, exceedingly! ef covered. The: same; delays are experiencedat

I Fiom the Natchez-Midshipmen John J. the. f11! Ilwr consideration of the bill was I postponed ) immovable: Tanfl'of the present! extent : fective. The face of Mr. Ilayne, on the contrary I Paris. The intensify of the cold is tho

B. WaltackV'm.. H. Pendlelon l \\'. S. until ;Monday next.\ whet Jer uu-Jer the power to raise a revenue is constantly in play, ;: every varyingeiii.don I same every wheie, and if it continues, the
Ilinggolcj, John J. Thruston, Win. Lambert. I The Spe;:ker luid before the House (tho {for i defraying :he c\penns of the Government ) : rushes to his countenance: and is na\igation i : on the canals;; and most of tho
From the Midshipmen Joseph following communication! ; it was intended! to brio;; into (the Treasury rivers will be
then distinctly; legible. He is, however, ten I I navigable interrupted.
F. Green John De Camp. WASHINGTON, Feb. 4th 1830. nn overflO, ing stream of .revenue not
or fifteen years the junior of Mr. Webster, I A letter from Odessa, dated Nov. 13,
Boatswain: -)Edward Crocker. HON. ANDUK.W; >*TI\: I\SON! : wanted! for the ordinary [imposes of the Go- and mny acquire that hardihood of countenance I I slates, that the winter was never known to
i"p'a-cT ujT! the 11. of Ire iresentalres. yeiumcnt, for the distribution: of which after
Gunner Samuel Allen. have in
it if I may so express it, which is necessary set so early there as this j car.
Sa:\.maker-N. B. Peed Sir ;Recent and! unforeseen afflictions, the have betn: l forcibly extracted (rom for ;it public! debater."- Va. Ilcr'ald.FOIt,11GN l Sledges: have bcen: used in the streets for
Carpenter-John Marblc.-J\T0r/ Pun.. of :1 most t paintul future: !havitig devolved pu" >rts of the people) { there is to be a r s '\"tr.,1 days. ,
duties uevei: ending: the fluor of I .
upon me paiamount to those which I strugclu! t-n the We learn from Vienna that the weatherhas

r The ITonrt.Ve learn (!says th) Crutreville<< owe iny constituents: ( will compel me, in a House ? Sometime; during the session! he NFI" been extremely severe in that capital
Times) that Mrs. Tilgliman, of Kent county, has received f few days! to ,ask the House over wbub von was desirous: that this subj.-ci 1 should:! be examined since the of December. In Hun-
a letter from her son Richard 1. Tilfrlunan, 'preside! 1 leave ofabsenccdurinb the renl in- with that attention which! : its importance -
who was a Midshipman. on board of tint Horn t. der of be fce>siomi.h deserved.Air. \\'o extract from the Savannah Georgian the follow l- gary, it was still more cold. '
Lc which ttatf't.! that the Hornet \\:'s 'f'd..c'.1 m lliegale ink intelligence received by the! SLip Oglethroj The population of Spain has alieady augmented
r; of Sept. 10th, offTampico; and that tin and['h In the mmm time, I rcspvcifnll}' requestthat t Strong: flf \cv York, desirous to defer which loft Liverpool, Dec. SOtli.Tbe I in an extraordinary degree since
Rome others were taken from a part of the wreck and I ; I ma) be: excused front serving on the for the !picseni, a discussion,which might London of the Liverpool 1315. In 1826 it only :
correspondent was 11,500,000
; Carried to Spam. !|I C'imniinee 0:1: I'rl y.t'o Laud Claims, of occupy the whole( of this! ; dIY and to-moiruw r
We did not )loam the nainen of any of tlac other! !: to the exclusion 1 Mercury at half past seven o'clock en souls. From a census locently token, it
which I have Clio honor of bills ivhich!
be member.
(to a !private are ,
persons saved, or how there wet+*. Wednesday 1 stales that nothing had to be
r many I tile order evening, appears now 24,032,276, namely,
1 he reader will observe that this in iven mm-/! 1{ U ;ith gieai respect aud esteem, the ] the dnv. moved to lay the bill i been settled] in the conformed on ll.e Greek 13,790,134 secular inhabitants: 123,343: ::.t
a nun">r. l'b editor h:18 not the hi- Your ubediriit on table.
r.a ven lady ; sor\ani! I
only heard that he had. mwivcd tuch a hitter. I'I H. II. GUKLEY. On this question' the Yeas and :Nays were question, but it was fully expected, that'allthe clergy, 100,73. soldiers, and 14,06sailors.:
I : points would be settled] during the wck. It certain that of
II Prince
ordered appears Leopold
II I The !, al tile
I lei/er/ having: beau lead], it was tfieru01011 installcu of 111 1r. Cambicleiig: ;
ANOTHER ATTEMPTFMAIL nonur.nv.A .- {L[This motion is not debatenble.] ': The British Government it i is added, is }perfectly Saxe Coburg will have the suffices-of, the
( satisfied: ( with them. three Powers who the of
most daring was cunrniucdabout !;
outrage OnliretThat xMr. Gnrley be excused Mr. Tboinpsoti, of Georgia, wishing loJuve II-is s lilt that the Duke Wellington intends London] for the Greece. Russia
6 o'clock on the morning uf Uic 25 11. ultimo, fiom cn-hifi on :1",. Cunmriilce nn Private I a full house: on this question, moved a Royalty -
about 300 from Pratt-strcctBultim : 1') introduce some measures which will had nearly abandoruxl tlie choice to
yards Land :
ret Claims and that another niHtubrr be call of the Ilut.-sc which
was agreed lo.
nt the couiinviiccnicni' the Washington { ] fleet Uritish: ;absentees on the continent.Letlrrs ; France, on account of her noble efforts in
HppoinVd: 10 supply ihu
vacancy; tbeieby oc- The Hull was therefore called I, and :I from Paris of the ; Monday the of the
roid.: The following} js the account given by casiomdAud/ !- up- preceding cause independence of the Moreo,
ibo Gazette :- ;ihfii the House adjourned. I I wards of a haunt lead; and courts"' members I : state" that: Prince'Polignac has.succcet and it i1.not ;:si;till i hing that the present
found to be present., !I ("t in obtaining the promise of fo support! from French' Mini-trv. should huve received with
i .
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trIO? I>uKp\ : of Wellington: can
l \ from St. Putersbourg mentions' ; a dier. On being .emonstrated whh on this made shipwreck ef hit bottle ; and as its I

L-tiers of Gen. Dicbilsch: : having met with so perfectly impermissible desire, and taunted blessed contents mingled!; with tho less ethereal U1 s a
rumor from (envious of I uitliv nt of pirit in wishing to be an interior liquid, he looked do,vn upon the 5iream 'a _,
mortification: Arsons
nucli determined leain \'- officer, and to command a dependant like a !Brar.iin to the Gangi*, as if it was H
that he !Ins upon ODIORNE & SMITH
( :
his clary, ,
ihc' Russian and! retiring: into Si- body of troops he replied, "Let me enter the worthy of adoration.

anuy making in tinRus- : army only as a common soldier-I ask no ".." 1 honest soap.fat collrctor helped i pan RESPECTFULLY: inform the inhabitants I
}fc n.: Prt1nnlio\s arc ohJ from the : jirtd n ith u that they base [ .
Il.ilil Pacha the mor( He is kept a close state prisoner, as lady pavement,
hn capital to receive Store) in Water street, lour doors north of ( 4
his allowed to M. B. He is lone of sympathy tha did liosor; to his Hibernian -
tinenishecl honors. preceptor where
k1 i h Envoy with : j jll very street, they will have constantly on
Tui will be irt-itinl as Ambassadors of the} fond of t field sports, in which he is occasionally heart, kindly asked-"F.iith, ma'itn, \ ( ;it

'> ; indulged. Once he was permitted to but box did you stand ikaifall ?" "arictyofBOOKS.
Hete the Duke
!. s'ich .Jss Lord : :>liury, j .
: ,
first ran
I I: attend: u Review, but the effect was such "Two or three young females came under i
&c. j I' In the several Dtpartmcnls if Science
do Mort-iawt : ,
!! tit.it ihe trial was never rcpe.ttud. lIe is our cognizance, as they somewhat uugiace-
contains: the follo'.viiLT. -
Te! Aij-'J: ':H'-J G. 7.ilttc :: j Liltl tltllr :
: :j: much beloved thiougiumt the country.ACusrcspondcnl fully sprawled towards the pavement, and !
ti'i'le.' '. H1'* Vienna! Dec. Silt :- of Books suitable
:>' An extensive asxirtpicnt" for
: I and cautioned
wh.le them
we helped ,
the ; Chronoch.Forged ,
( f
"4fl raJi: *!h (-.Mi.--r; 1-. .HI1 LIJJ1lIH11J--: ps:: Morning ven>lo Libraries, KewiinN: &c.

through: ;h i> t i ity, (,1] cf Hank Xotes.-Wc were informed that there was too much of Hie wet Id in (the' ceived as soon as (possible alu.r ;!'ICY are }> :.}
; .h'n
::4)1: : ,
tii.'r! i ; : r'or .\ 1- tent.lJ th.it there is in this city a good How many of us look out\ upon the : Particular attention will>c gu""u to MJjiiily
.,rh: .' art .f t'e:: fiuif.Menrvs. of I Lilli' Medical and Cla.-Mcal UuoJ.. .
: ;
ti : I IjllJl'r"I quantity of false five dollar notes of the U. high w.iy ol life, and if, indeed, we reach
\1t.J '! ihtl'wflr :..' zbL1t'.teol O. A. S. for of the OtJuular I !
J-hn'- : : '\ < l.V are Agents most _
(k" .1 i S. Bank, payable at Cincinnati and :New foiih a hand to help: up her (ha; bus fallen, odicaU, to which subscription are re.-jjC-i*,'iJJ : I.
l1tlf'C t:n.:'t" :. I Ot leans. In thc genuine notes the eyes of we only add a cold monition; to avoid uio- CIII"I d.\iz: ; J \,

\"..V.{/.,,..4."". ; ."\.-,:,... 'J7.-On tl.e :.M I I the four small figures on the sides are well ther slip, and altogether neglect tie I 1-ci t'uit' :Noilh American, Quarterly and Edinburgh: .t.

Count Ciuilh-nuno', irivei: _risnjl 1 .rnti-rtiun-: distinguished: and) die flourish of the letter C, ihe \\..1HI which!. she is to %Head is lit) sacr" views' ; \\ illis' Monthly Magazine. Mrs. Hali- I ?

rn-n.!: ::n ceie'-atiou) 0;; I1 h.-: '..aiHt t cl: 'y of the, which begins the word Cashier, is hardly l to ihau tli.it; t iu which sho !fell ; and her g.iincuts j die odic., do.Irs I fur; Voutli Child's; C'nir! Jiueuilu>tiau EJ.ullIillt.'r..c)cellan> ,-.a;

K .j.... lTi .tncc', a: which nil lie TusKUijrn ; ] be made\ out, whereas in the spurious} notes ( are soiled by her I liist inistcp. He : tures on Srhoolkf pnig, by S. It. Hall.

;! .; IIKIIure prcson!. Tlc: Sidlr-n: is it i is all the revjise, and the eyes arc full of I who would make his ;advuv available, aad :i On hand. Punting Paper, suitable for Ncw.-.]''

tsrep.ninz: ; n irn-it I : t riitprtthIfl'flt: ] for the I'u- ink.--V. U. Courur. show it tinccte, should uf i the unfoi lunate good quality ; 1i iziling Ink, Ac.Tliey .
and it i -iid; ], will himself: : I flout winch she will receive orders f for any articles ;ij>
rn 'e.-i: tniru! >tcis: ) thuslippeiy\ places upon new :
lining to i'liutiiij, Paper, lype, Ac.
IK- j-esent to witnestheir d'nesMonsandEmopcan ) l By reference to our marine journal it will stands and has fallen: ; t\ j. ht.Ii ii'v bur liuu I ij

nisloni. he perceived) thai the navigation of the Ohio thc jeers of those who witnessed the LtIISt&iI: ,1 Also on Hand,

AllrimlJpl": | ;;<: ovaf aatr.l on the 20th: by) from its mouth up, and the 1ississippi above clear her: gatments trout the stain they |htlC { A VARIETY OF

the IJtKsian: Oil receiving the news that:; the same point, have, from the low state of contracted, warm her into coulideufe( -aid: | j,.
the and! the ice become hazardous when the that waited her slull STATIONARY.Among : :
Ciiunreva hd:J been) :ivon un. It is s.iid the water floating danger steps j ,

Hus..ianIH"'ihl, 'p rtl''s for the! inter, will be ; and, it improbable, will, for a short have passed away, and those who witnessed f which are ))

at Burgos. time, bo altogether closed. I In the mean her fall shall; have gone ouwaid, then, with a ,

tune, the cotton, sugar and molasses of the caution 1 hat shall be a lamp to the feet, bid ni.uik Ronls. Wriiin;? and Cyphering,! }

at-'rffsfd to (1 (ilt7c.. lower Mississippi, will continue turntrrupt-! ) her i go ou and fall no IUO, e." Writing Paper of alt ),irui..:. AX'rapjii'iT' P-tper ": \
L{'rtlrt (Ifa I ;and, Inrjre : Kniti-h: Cap I Po. ; CliillU.: Ink 1'.. \'
iM'i in'tlih city, dated Mexico: Ihe. :20, cdly to flow into: our market. I -- I Li'JT111i| Ink red Hull! 1:111": -" ; IniWM! :! I.' I Ink! SI: '
H It Ar. Orleans Courier.! ; Tin} : Ni-xv York Gazette remarks that several oflt-j[ % ;.t'it'itori, Pujkvt: IWvs! Ijiuik! Bills of ,
1'" .). ol the .\avv ha\e theii fiirprize Iliat j jronscMjueiinj
I cer uxjircs-sed j iii,!!. Ae. .\l'. j ) !
i is more involved in acin the u.utl .rJOr for mourning has nut i"'n j".NI ill I.
once :
'Tn! > rountry Al.j \.11 n itly of Oijipr rpl.tle: anti _::! :: : !
three :
There at this time Presidents, f
is > and oftiifL"iittd "
loltjntan. of f the loss ol'tlicoitu-crs crt-\v '
W .' whichthn'aC'n: to I he ve-y \ I : ., : LiizraviiiiI)1tNE-"
Barnd.is1 the (United States at \as11iuton-tlIL: : is toMV ;Z5tatv.'a: ::.111'" lloinct. () A-: SMITH I
..* '. cird. Scarcely had: : arUiy : l trnder tJ'irN..il.'t': !
j p i: force fainjii'i two Ex-Presidents: Messrs. Monroe and th; iihaltilm.l: of M.rnl"! .111.1,,, i its x.;"-initv. awl I
.'.tpiahtl'l! : to tlie :Mexic'Ui nt | f \ witty individual; in the banking line, ,I lender.. attention !
.Adams and Pic-sidcut) Jackson. It t i is rental I : prompt; i 10) any older* they mav ;
t', Till :, 'trrito for CvutraHsmnt was; t!,iven j. kablo that accident should Ii ive led! to I Ii WIt.hC. name we seldom njentidi, asked JNIiss I I CI i\'(! in any of lii! article appertaining: to" :! .. "

at C.mjMMche State!: ,till.and it his Ins produced been echoed the ;!from n'lt-\\i this, but it furnishes at the same time a practical i\1.tratdy: the lecturess, the other day: ,- i i 1 I I 1 tru.<r the :\ j I j '\.
t ite tl) "V\ hat a lamppost was, when the lam, nas ,
the of Th.liI'c 1 }
Ole' commentary on .stability: ( our i iivi'Ieurli nrran: eriienf-* will: ei
ct? t 4li!oidi-r and\ confusion tlnoimhout! ,. taken off?" }1\I)iss 31.l could *' \ tl .
laws and Government and! the excellence! of not cuess. 'Ahy 1 j I ""in tOMiiipIv' Coliejre-: Swii'iurie- \ ; -
Ki-publ'c, (If' Republic) it c.ui he called.] ) IutmwlIH' electivf and not hereditary (Chief Ma- a lamp lighter to be sure," said SallIc1.li ; : .- I|I ':.'ith e\erv book in u-r>. on liberal,! t.>rms. : I !
an a
is the I
the VicPresident! ) -t | r. li. :7. I J-"t-J-liw
; ) !! i Macauly weni into hysteiics.At .
Mr. Adams takes his residence i
iI .I(1 of an armof something: like 3OOO to' gistracy. up I ( }

4000 men, at ial"p: | ', w'l'' '. :ire eierm-ned l toovihrov (!I at Washington on account of the ill health of I a p.ni I jh churcii ne-ir Cheltenham!: :, in II i[ J11rec S1OO1L(9TTERJ7.! !
II.rt. I his family and the mildness of the climitc, I :
: the Goveinmea.: Guerrero: |' I I the early j.ut of the p.ist. ::! n; and: Mr. Monroe on his home fiom the : :
} "'. himself at the bead wf:"bout I ibc same: i j jn'Hber way ; was inieritipted by a \ )' .!h lookii!! <_> I
Convention full! of of
| Virginia Years, sur-'
irrbed 'I us? !li'in i deterniinins \ i .
;! and has m ac. j! countryman t : whiK; publishiu: I i the I I bimH.:: I
row and disease. Congress at the hist: sos'iotI l
.. Piesidcnt.SantV ,
to sustain; his situation; .s "You wiilll' ,, t .
: i leqiiircd! to SMUotir. ICTISOHNhereafter :
made a favorable: on his claim FIFTH CLASS
report ,
Anna is: disposed to su>till! the Government i itl l tiio minister.i ** 1 will Sir ,
i :
I t> : 1 ,
and ii at the head elf .1 (hip! 'lf1U)', and afar as public opinion could! be ascer- the ldressed. "'i h.it To be drawn in the of J <
I replied p'l/ty: a< ; man i City Jf
I! tamed, it was considered just, and should 1\
intenJinir to Guerrero: ; h-iw ii will terminate I IMS
juiu lud three! wive already! I IV.i
; : su re
'no one cm divine, but unless the ,;' have been allowed. It is earnestly hoped ., he don't want! another.! w Orlwins, :13th i : February, 18M; () t1 ;
it will inev- that it may be satisfactorily disposed: of at I
dinVuhv is immediately! suttlrd, J. II.
the session such claims admit of l
it.iljlv! leid to very disastrous'-veuts; ;a:> bothparties present ; A Society of Ladies has been! formed nt I I t
d' I'i no delay, because the applicant for justice is McGumr::, Jlatiagcis.I 1 .
arc (coining prosclvies: -ily.On :Nework: fir :the I puipoMof i iliscour.tL'in i .: ,

the night of the 22d, nml !inorninffofthe h surely pressed. The poverty of Mr. Mou- I the i intemperate! KMof: !:"- wiiisKois.I: Oiu; of:I I 33 MTJIVIBEIIS. t .

:!:3J. wo had a complete involution l in tiiisCitv. j roe, however inconvenient, is honorable to I j diP t rcMMiitioriN: ,:iped! at a n-eni: wecim-Vs. t I Five Ballots
1 his integrity and to the character of the I to be drawn.
( The t frjhtin conrnenced at 2 o'clock that they will siij'port no pres; the Kditor; 01! : I

in the mornin-r.:". and by Inlf pas !J, the inMirj5 country. Europe:: can discover no clue to which i cultivates: that deformity, on the hunnnfctcf. I SCSISME. 1530.'t

(-n!s had possession; of ihe!! Ciudel anti the the mystery, how a man should have been It can be said! ot'this Society I Jur t lie I I I 1 Pii/.e of ; J 1 J'
15,000 is
of "
eight the President the United ; $ ,
pllre;| ;-dOI I'Iboth\ Houses of Congress, years suppression' \\hisl.t-is, wliat ciu: be sid: << }
Pre- Status, having no bad habits or expensive I 3 :',OCU( I .)
and declared themselves \'iCrS. Tb I of few otllcls, to wit, tint tj-!: -" pr.: ti.e what: .
\ices and elite In with- t 1 3,000 ;}
}both ab- yet i : so \ery poor. I I
ii.lent ami Vice Pr(- :dent beinz::! thepr' :ach. 1
: 1 I holding the settlement: of his equitable claims 1 2,000 'I
in :>> p
hcnt, the duties! of the former were ;placed ---- ------- J __ '
the hands of the Jtidgiof the Supreme Court, \\e not only! injure him, but without being :%IAIJH J:1: :r). i i.soo ::) !

t'Micther with two assistants. So, here we aware of the fact, wu are injuring the right In Siuanr.ali.; on the 'JTlli: tilt.. J. {A J'OI.l'n URY- 1 1,0'04 ( (
others. When pressing the claims: of our AN "fl"t :;. Xato Mi'.-- r.i.i/vBKrii: : dau..I.t'r! u:" (> 1,000

are, without President, I luv, liberty, grace citizens for French spoliations, and enforcing : Judge Coulter, oi'TrcMlerii'K-.l.ur'T! Vi. I (i 500 : : .
and for these two days: 4... ,
past ---
or justice ; yet, -' :
the application by appeals to honor and 1IV..r.-- 12 300 ; )
every thing his (been very quiet.: Durin the ) 1311t). I I .
titruirjrlc on the morning of the i3d! there j justice, what is the unofficial and sarcastic Iii alt 'inore. Jan :'A\\>t \---rtruT'Nou.\ ; E-q.: . reply of Europeon diplomatists ? "Let the! nior; 1'ur-pr in Ooivy of, the! I L'n-;; d 1 ;Stat-s. a.i.'il is; 7U () :( *.
were hut few ki1lC'el! /I1thurh: they were f fi-jht-: GS:$ <. In noiidp the ; (; I
ear di-athol I
Americans their own claims first. Let tlii; 'utlern.in: :! 30 (
pay ,.
: for G 7 hours &. :
ing; Almost ineessan'.ly or ; as the Ualtimor Clnonirle sa:1 man, n"neainoie < 13-1-1 I.
them to their Ex-Presidents and
do.justice ,
Wl' live \'cry near, and direcilv! in front oftlie exemplary: through lilX-a.a citizen, nonl'
such of the soldiers of the evolutionary war more correct in hij unir.inn: dCf'ortrik'It-a, frien!l. 11:3-10: :5: 5G,
: a
P ,Ihr.-', where all the tirin! was, we were |
and the late war with Great Britain, who remain minininrc( !Mii<"etc-;nitl ;i, an otlwor" none p\ t'r in.inili'sled -- L
!both noise and shot ]
greatly annoyed, by" :- without compensation and reward/' : more intcgritv in the discharge; of the duties\ I :3OsO 1'rizrf, nmountin! to $ 1
\vc were none of us hurt.: -Co.vi.: flcg.NonFo of IN f )IIICC.1(1iV ;
The axiom is undisputed, that we must as a -- Price of Tickets, Wlmle $5.; '

: !.'{, J ftn. 29. ition: be just to our own citizens, if wo sire. .sj,;>0.) Quarters $1,_'.;>. Packages of I : '

FUOM: RIO JANEIRO.Thebrisr desirous securing j justice from others The, Shipping List.F \VhuJe Tickets 835 warranted to draw ; -

E.!win, C-ip:. Junes S. llipkins, report of the committee on Mr. Monroe's I -- I Packages of Halves: und Quarter* i in : \

arrived in Hampton HlnJ"! on Wednes-1-iv! claim, distinctly ieco<;rn".zes: it to 'a certain; 0 Vt & 8 \Cji\ I same. .I proportion.'\ ; :

from Rio Janeiro whence she sailed: Dec. 10. imount, and a bill for the payment was inrodLIced. .. I FOR SAL'S BY

The U. S. ship :Natchez, Com. C4sin, If this was a matter sympathy JdUlU.: J. Danforth, Agent. V ''

and Vandalla, Capt. Galhcher, were moXiiently and justice, there i"H enough to excite the liberal I b. i>')th.-Schr. M.-iri.i; Carsun, Nsv Or1.'all; One door Xonh; of the I'u.t Oliice ] 4'I
.argo to J. iarnicr. K. I II. Allen, J. C. tV C. C. i
Rio when C H. siiled.Commerc'inl L
expected at : pt- sensibilities of the people in beholding j City Hotel Mobile.
\ser. J A. Dehloi, :!ind! Ko]>tnan A Ilyer.d. I
tuUiccs to the Oth Dec. will an old soldier of the resolution-formerly .::! Sloi>[> VictrcVikiu!! :a an.iahi K..y Tickets for sale in all rite Pnnent J. } :

be found under the proper he .d. \\ (. learn the Chief M.igistt ate of this great and proud \S cst! I ; cargo U inu:>!ri.F.. riP... All orders! from a dist.-nce\ '}, t!

no political news by this arr \'d. nation, bowed down by disease and trouble, :.\I UD: CASH: or jfVizc Tickets, will he: It ; 4
Feb. Oth.--Bri, ren*=:srola. Spear, New York. ;
Th following: cx'tract ofa letter, however, supplicating the justice of Congress, in cus- Car o. h3 IJalf'" C'. tton. .-1' !IJuiulley Deer Skins, to, adJrcssctl to J. DANFO1.'II, t : : 4

is of some interest, as ,t gives the particulars: tn.l\ of a Sheriffs officer. Lot hint not say 1 Rundle Bear :SLiin. :"M: l4i" s. :-I!,0',):) f fret Luin- I bile AI.tl>ama.

of an event -bicb had well ni'jh: deprived the of Congress in the words uf Cardinal Wolsey her ioUOO: I'lpiStuves: 'J.OHU Hhd. Strives, by J Mobile) Januu 25th, 1SGO.-:'0- .1. .1ft
- Throne of Brazil of its I Iinpcrinl, incumbent: : :- C. V:: C C. Kc'\si Passelga--Ir. =rjar rpaut.iJtth. I !
Sohr. Maria, Carson New Ork-Mis; Uat.o. '
Rio J.txcini, Doc. 9. "An old JUan broken whh; the storms of ao) Hale Cotton hy J. O'Neil; H Riles! Cortua: h, TQ ? A-aXNEB.S.:

"Two days since a very serious! occur : State, :;. IVitersjn, ir>.0.) 0) Hriok> by J-.Murrell.A I;{ Hale'sCotlyn I

the taking; place by .Ir, Mcies ; rcsscxgc.-. ...:. "'."*.' .'.'. > .
rt-nce to was near :
country Is come to LI.Iii". weary bimcs1; ninOng yc G. '. ** f V**j '4 1Hpltr BUOlTfi 'have Lccu ()
in the.death! of the Emj!>eror. He was driving Give him a little earth for charit) !". \ A." -.1. .1acl'r.J ? F1V Mariatiiunnd i lii ft- spar BIMM. s in !
the Empress, the Prince of Leuchten- I iv1.: '-. C "E.' ou..:.- un PtPEi.! I':. X, \.- 0 r I l'o1nQ, Cargo CJiiisiiMii, on Luke Bouigue; the ful'uuiiig (! :
OlLr..L1tfl. 14.000 r.ricL..4! I liV' fi. \V.
barkli-y. tioits wili tu; \Me tin* Manuel to Mtoul tl'.i-f :
bore, antI the Quaen of Portugal, in his cur- ?-ichr. Florida," Barrl.ty, TSPW Oilean?, !].". I j ics! Mhich t l1l11C': I; ('S':.ttuiu 11.\ rick, when; from some cause or oilier he upN The United States Gazette gives the folLowing Burs of Cocoa, :J400! Thick* by the tnater.iidlli iliibe I'i.5bt '1 t lie iMilois: ol" ll.e Moliile ;::

them.I The Emperor was very severely humorous account of the cflects of ) -(;. S. bchr. riort
braised in different parts or his body and the sleet of Mondar, in Philadelphia."It ''' Th: !N. 0 Courier of 12th. I\b. !states, that Tlif Luus, in 1'a.ss .HUH- all 1U'>..fl' tin i
head .: flu; >hip Colossus was oft..e;. \\'. H.ir. with! :IJOO; U. the tllidcll(>. in die tlrepcsi( writer, und it
: and! had two ribs broken. The Queen has ru: fly happened t that; the Spn: sh
.'). troops ou board, but i it i is not un-ntu nd from i "IUIIIIU'I..d to keep them clo) isis IIIHK d!
of Portui-il: had her j jl\v: bone broken and salutation 'como esta,'-'how do you stand,' whence she came. I ;Is 'iVoia JOto! 14 fiet water ilno"ui! fiii 1'ns. :

was otherwise much injured The Piince of could be deemed more appropriate to the The dehr. Ke,!rulator, Fi\"cth. from Philadelphi.'i! .'11 I .'LiCe (ioln tie \Vcst, ta. 11Ih tr.'ct |.l.i.i; ,

LrfMichtiMtburg\ had several ribs broken and time and place, than yesterday in our goodly arrived at KryVest on 'J 1th. Januaiy: in tlislrt.:;a. :shell! I_c.v. 01 I&IMII.i MaiMiir tin I I.t- >-.nili i, .jl! l i I '
his # .. it, i.t-aily "PI'fjlIe) to Klitcii! ll.o fiint K
shoulder! dislocated and the Empress wasbruise city. -
Domingo 'UurriLulLs irs mooted HnJ lean uliout :-;tj, (li fuun i tie Kr\
:1, though! she came off without broken 'Shortly: after midnight it commenced > m.iking wl.if II, I UII i I.! HIH! LJ N. unit \ .u .

bon.-s. The Emperor was senseless for sometime raining, and the water chilled at once upon Gaynrt.: ) make itII'If'; Iuu. s. On rntftiiig;; fioni use' :

and when he came to himS Public Notice F:. i inl lay S.. distHnt nbout 2! inil.-s, ,.
tht Sacrament.: It is snid however, that today making the whole a-i slippery as a new frozen \ !
mil BillY will \hf' vi>itle ; ilu-n I un W. und l
he is better:should: he not? recover, wothVil pond ; and during! the morning it was mar Is bUll
I Hereby Given b'Iiili: course "ill k>'C;) (he } < cl"s"- < h '"
have terrible doings here.! "-Itearon. I vellous to behold the quaint devices into Tlit culraiK-e from 1If'!: Kail: being tcrhlnul !

--- whith nran and boys threw their logs and I THAT suit has }been commenced l hv nttarh- of llie Bu.ihave w bccu: j.JaceJ uboul 1 !
Superior Court Kacambia: County. trout it.I'ii $
S (bodies iu order to maintain their I t Si
LL.XU standing. .
: t1I.Young \ The Defendant and other .
per HI-* interested
.. The (torrents of rain had onlv served to"ive are notitied to appear and plead. us Chi isiiAn i is cIo to the main land!, !!I
O nnil iniricnle-culling fiom Hie 1.111'.
additional smoothness the: ice ami lVnif.acola.y tli Teh. JtW.: I-f.w.
Napoleon.Ttie noti-s lo Lo Filsd to wash > oppiuiie to tine Hnst eiul of Cit Islam!, inn N. ,
1'Honimc, contain much new infomuliim Ilfl' (he coal ashes that had hete and there fut l.V moil (iioiuincut luiul on lee n-ain, cm

on the subject of tliis deeply interesting per- been strewnI'ilh"Pilrsimouioul hand. I Notice.'I ng wl.i.h, a Unue"ilh.a tool painted ltd, I .

SJii\ ; though I, have been led to rtrlopt a Hifft'rent :" Men happed flannel, about their boots, and ,''I : of Administration on the Estate nf of,: iliis ilIf'1 I'ia Mud. ;k.-i Mboni vi-s ii a 8 "mile direct from object the to IIhule.yuu 1 the :

viw of his general'dispnsiiion of character lifted their feet high, so as to obtain a firm I l J tr.iina.'l,Tannior, deceased, having been granted make the fii*. Buoy which keep lisp, on ; '

which gives no sign of that somhre stepping.( Yet ever and nnon, some cn- Estate to the are suh hereby,cnbcr notified; all to persons make indebted immediate to said> ..iai Ii..siit ; the secr-ud Baoy will tiles br in .

ttj !lancln ly turn of mind, which Mr, Bar. lucky one was seen dragq. his drenched and all (person. to whom thh Estate:: i il indebtrl | ayiijpnt. which L.ufJ:| dOI..Cloonr tniid. UUCl laiboart ; from !
willUuvwwrllir whith
thelcmy therrin; assigns htm. It j is imp si i... garment. from a puddle! iu which he had been to prevent their claims within the time prescribed :slaiboaid ; and after jou pass) it, lun keep\V. on* '

bIt.: to .Itch tin 'jtiick transition of marked immcrtted by nfauipas. Little gills who their by law, otherui.-e. this Notice will be plead m bar of Cay of Si. ).oniopuIJ, u hich course lll '

1' l'rc' i)1l which his conntrn-inco; continually had gone forth t to visitthe corner for milk, rccotry. ) ou ,lj clear tile i'int llandkeickirl:-

present'without perceiving ;as pl'trnly nit xreie st'cii mourning over their broken (r.lclt-. Henry A. Nunes, ,lioinft lo 7 feet WHIIT in Ibis/, P..1I1. On
r Ciuin the \\ckt: i these directions will Of ,
tlirvj li were thou; wiitton, that ho was ers, :"id dropping cars upon the "milkv Administrator.Pcnsacoln I everetl.c j

&'-" IT 1'"rncd:! :n "jnf.'rcV! cojrscr mould." 4way," that! : tcarkcd the% gutter current: foe I J au. 7ih 129\: -'iG--St. ...s11J1I1-1l'r5F, L'vutvl January 22J, ; !



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.. The Territory orFlot l d d. Wcstreii i! mvA1rlIl1l U
Notice.AT Notice. ,
1 U'iaT I District Court of
Superior or FltR l men can be
--------, n Meetunj< of the Board of Directors of Hie: Tt rritorj of Florida, > Pensacoa.Wednesday. FOUR'itl, Tritate boarding by the s tccomrtoa.bscribf.; .'

From the Literary Souvenir far 1830. Joint Wharf Stock Company: Escambin ('curd y. JBENJAMIN i reasonable terra .
: : JOUHNAGAN having applyd :
December 1829.
THE NEGLECTED C1IILI he following Resolutions! were adopted. nuncupative will of the late Jt.hu. I Jades Pendlctoh,
' Kctolvtd, That the time for the payment of t five William A. Bell, on behalf )
1 a'favorite Cuulcy.of said county, deceased.Ordered. : Pensacolo! Nov. 10th. I0 '. J821'L3'J-3m.
never was ;- I dollars, remaining due oa each thaws of! the Wharf of Louisa Uruuain, I I
3Iy mother never smiled I Stock, as required by a resolution of this Board of I 1t'c In Chancel 4

Oa me with half the IcndernoM: IGlh June 1L+29, bo extended to the first day of That Saturday the 17iii& day of April next, at 10 !. John Davis, Gabriel Tuur, j 3. ALBRIGB'rS

That blew hrr falirr*kild : March next. o'clock, .\. M le appointed IQ prove the fam, and Ellen Foster. j
Rcsnlrcd, That as the cense of the Hoard, it is cur at the house lames Spilliiian, in .'I'fW"tlere And now, to wit Wednesday, the ninth COLUMBIAN SYRUP
I've seen her kiss my sister'checkWhilo those vho)
nc 'ly recommended to tod.'h'Jldf'r1 all ,ersons. intucsted, con appear and show
of December in the of Loi
day done
fondled on her knee ; ,hove fu.od in paying the last vcxtn irj-iMlmtnt, to cause, if any thfy have, why raid Will should nut year our nl:. HDY: rticl! has proved itselsaperort.

I've turned away to!hide my ter'- pay' over the same to the 'Treasurer of tin- Coin!pany'before j be admitted to prolmte, and that this order be thousand eight hundred: und twenty nine, I A. S".im'! or any c+f the I'anncCHS for toe

There was DO kiss for me ; the 'tlirntion of the time oboes mentioned published{ in HIP! Pcnmcota Gazette, nod served on j appeirs! beloie the Superior:) Court of f West !'or me following; rnsei, viz : Clue
in order that the Stock may he n-liocd from in- the nearest relations known. Florida the said
I cliancery
cumbrances S3 early as practicable.( Twitchcl Com-I I NLC1IOSIS, (or ificcttoii of the bones,) KING'S

And yet 1 strove to peas with oJ!1 A true Copy- Timothy I lainiut; ; and it appearing to the KV1L, (or SCROFULA: ) WIIITI SWKLUXC:,
little of P. J. C. C. that the said Louisa Dranim claims to (he n ;
My store sense ; J. G. Drake CAMCLllUUS. RIiuv.tellllC'(
Pensacola, Feb, 20th. I.y30.( -T.'J-tf free woman of colour, and that she has been ULCtKS:: ;
I and
to infancy
strove please, ; LIVER and UILIOUS COMPLAINTS
*. Can rarely give offence : rl.h.1 13th.-SI tf i i ii cnourousiy called Eliza Jane and slates that ;
; Pcn nrola. 'rlCE. RHEUMATIC: ofllcti cat of the)head &SYSTEM
Dnt when my artless efforts metA he was ought to P l'11 acola by the said geucrahr ;

cold, ungeotlc heck, I i NOTICE. To Nancy Brantley defendant in a I Jolm! Davis! and that she waS born in Cam. ULCERS.cf the MOUTH and THROAT

I did not dare to throw mytclf ; suit in Chancery't depending in : den, in the State of South Carolina, and SYPHILIS, and all other disc

In tears upon her neck. I TilE Undersigned has constituted and appointed the Jackson Superior Court, mised hy( the Rev. Isaac Smith, >'ho upw resides improper use of AIKllCURf. stet arising iu the

on Pearl River ; and it also
Florid appearingthat As n general depuratiye
ADAM GORDON article Or cleanser
How blessed au the beautiful' 1 Esq. the said.J aim Davis is not found >vithin blvd tkis remedy possesses in'olunl !e the

Love watches o'er their birth ; Attorney at Laic, r i AKl NOTK.K. that I shall! on the first Monday this District, and that. the said Gabriel Tunr i Improves the Appclile. and has Also tile rtmar..Je powers; j
of April in tinpresent ut Canton in
year effect of depriving the
and Ellen Fucier disclaim all !interest in this lktn o/'that yellow bilious
Oh beauty! in my nursery AND: Witcock County, Alabama. proceed to take the I tint, which is to common in biHou:
I learned to know thy worth ; positions! of George; Chril1tianVright Rice, Jesse. nuttier: : it is ordeicd that public notice he J. ALBRIGHT constitutions.

For even there, 1 often S..P.\RM.\NTIER Esq., his Agents and )j jttorneys Hoc, Aaron Livingston, Joshua Sloane, James published in the Pensucoia Gazette, once a
felt'A Ihttcll Dunipl Charles ( James McMiliaa phjtadti h'd.
Burry, Gee -
and forlorn in fact in this week fur the of two months and The .
Forsaken pIa.cc. I citing
and continue front day to day until'the same are : space : proprietor, u. crtcm! : >g his COLVII.tf
And wilhed-Cor others wished it too- W. llascll Hunt. canplcle' ; to he read as evidence in the suit de- admonishing the said John Davis and all SYRUP" lo the public furnishes a tea of the sn?,

I never had o been born Pcn acola bt ppuding; above, wherein I am complainant and other persons interested or claiming to be remarkable cotesr performed by the to fie;tit feiw
!' February, ]J3oO-Gm of its
)"'11 are defendant.Uivcn I interested in the said Louisa Branam alias many superior rem c.Iial"o"'en. as gitefi hip
under hrind: this day of February, 1830. by expectable persons itsiding in different
I"am sure I was affectionate Territory of Florida, my Jonathan Brantley.February Eliza Jane, to be and appear before this of tle: United States, as'n jusl merit da* to parti the

But in my sister's face, Western District, Superior Court, Court at the next Ccim thereof, to be holdeu same, MS well as being the uorans of coiivetiiir to
20th .r.2 tf J
at the Court House in the >> their fellow creatures who are simifaiJt J afflicted.
There was a look of lore that claimed I City of Pensacola ) ,
J aclson.Drc. l and
sure speedy cflcctunl 1
A smile or an' embrace. un the first Monday of Aay! aexr, to interpose remedy-aware, that
TERM Taken Adrift many medicines are nt Chit time
J829.Jonathan distributed about
Bat when I raised my lip, to meet up i their claim to the said coloured woman, the country, held forth to true. r.iseaaes,

The pressure children prize, rs firaiitky )V IN CII.WKT.Ry. BY THE SUBSCRIBER: 13 or 14 tlion :and and to answer to the bill of complaint herein which! they have not the slightest, influence, somt upon !

None know the feelings of my heart,- Xar.cy Brunllty. ) ; \! belonging to some person on the filed.A. of which, they haduicd pievious to the use of the
, not iu An Application for a Divnrco. Jo:: calllri i nr Coneouh' rivers; the pTpenvKa are Lout uue copy: from the Record.W. *!} ":fin as 'rnaj be seen l Iy their own tte raton,,
They spako eyes. 1-ne
Forty Dollars l! lie does not come (forward and medicine is so h hI1.t'rult"tI by some of the
the appearing defctsd.urUrticies;to the satisfacti out of the.n of Territory.the Court It that is j)lay'the same within thirty days, they will!! be expo Ilasel! Hunt, l l-ysicinn l t for the cure of various diseases, that t to I

But oh! that heart too keenly felt --cd to sobs at auction at th"y Yard.XVter the proprietor's own knowledge, ten gentlemen
Clerk of
therefore onlcrc,ottrot this case be set hearing at I Supr. Court West, Florida. the medical
faculty were induced
The anguish neglect: ; the next term of this Court.It Bourne, eases, to .which they themselves l.ad lo try it in dr<.
I saw my sister' lovely form is further ordered that, a copy of this! order be February Pth, PaO! ( --r>l-3v.NOTICE. Notice- Y\cTciy GTo and found grant benefit from ifs subject,
is use
published: in someone of the authorized ---------1 $ particu
newspajeranl'this''cnitor lat!
With gems and roses decked; I y, residing in Allcutown N. J. whose dissolution
for three I months I surcosMvely.Hobt. : I .
1 did not covet them ; but off. ; I
When repron'll.1.cnicd i, ,: A. Lott, is drxd', alter having duly made and pUint, which had previously resisted his own treat
wantonly .
published a-last Will nnd Tcstninem mettt, was in the course of a few.
her the C4G //:. QTpfjIir. Subivrihpr hereby publicly) forbid-s all 1 \vheiein' sh> weeks restored
privilege jJA troll nppoinled the >tibscrit.i-r Executor, who has qualic to the enjoyment of perfect health,
) persons purchasing mJohn
Ofbcing soPL-elovcd. -I3t tied and taken upon himself the execution theieof. The accounts which have been received from

All persons ituiebted :u the estate are requested to agents i.i differ enl parts of the Union
Gayler IpeD inK d
NAY cc.vr's OFFICE, iPcnsncoht make immedMte und those the good effects
But soon a timo triumph came payment to whom the produced by the syrup, lire suflj.cicnt .
Dec. 1st 1S29EALED J or any other Jlf'r"'tn.In)" cattk- having the riK'rk and estiite! is: iixiehtcdlo present their" claims for payment to compile nt this lime an octavo; volume of "
A time: of sorrow too,"- : Proposals will bo received: at brand I of the etJt Joi-n Jaylec, as:: all said cattle are within the lime prescribed hy Law upwards of two hundred pages to enumerate all

For Sickness o'er my filter's form. : _v this Office, unjil' ) the fist day of April': the property of JOHN DE LA RUA. the cures.

Her venom*J mantle threw; \\test ; Pilclier Executor.Pemacola. The doses of the Columbian "
the Syrup
,r.tvxt to supply India Squadron l Stephen are judiciously

The features once !FO beautiful std rice iNavy Yard fill this place, ,,;ith '! February-11th, IPr'.O:: -51-:3t.7"ILL October 9th, h329. strength proportioned of the human l, and mlapttO lotfe age ad
Now wore ihelmf I of death : --. system. It is so perfectly
innocent, ihat} no evil efiects need t be
And former friends shrank foarfulU liuSl.'S Ba NOTICE.TIIK apprehended
FIRE WOOD I t e 1 from it, when taken agreeably to rite direction
From her infectious breath. Snhsciiber= of the It be
{ lestnmriitory executor may given without apprehension
be <,:lJ at Pullieucl uu, 011 the 20fh any lo the
for one) )"( ar. Thn wood) for llic Squadron | ,\ Inst. at 11 0'dod_ .\. M. Ynigo Garcia quest those who hate mOlt tender infant or feeble adult.
claims :
be ot'tliekind rllidTITi agnuisi the tttid estate lo present their accounts
'Twas then nnweiriVJ, day and r.irfit, commonly
I One Negco Man Slave, aged -ior. payment.; r.nd those indebted lo the! MtvlctL ItzcortgyyDLTony Z1'B7rc

I watched beside her bH: about and tntnclo settle \\itlimthe shortest delay.ANTONIO. Having recommended the use of Albrighft.

And fcarle !ly npon my trca>l .. 55yars, POL. COLUMBIA. SYHUP" in my own private practice

I pillowed her poor head That for the Navy Yard to he good One Negro Boy Slave, aged Pensncola,October 14, 1829-37tf, for nearly tw. .y van. and linking wicnetaed its decided .

She 'lived !-she loved me for.rny caw about 9 or 10 --- -----. -eduacy in many case which lead frreviously
Sound Oak.Proposals years. resisted Ihetnunl remedies I now whit much
My grief was at an end ; One Horse and sundry articles S'Ul'P2'OFf sure give my testimony in its favour,itUd will quote I

J\\'a..a lonely victim nnrp. will also: be received l at the camo uMiionatde. 3UMMEK CLOTHING jus a few of the most rem.iikahle cures performed W

Bat now I have a friend .: time t for the delivery at the Ni\y: Yard: of of 1'carinaPIlrcl. and for sale Ity the UndersignedCONSISTING the same Which came under my soticr.

HdongiiiK to the I. tate of Samuel Tar.nur, Mr. John Ilinckle's sun, of Abinglon township-
the wood l or
the Oak Planta-
From an English pajxr.! now cut on (,classed, Hem t\. Kutu-; +, :.Admini.trat Block Brmtn, und Green Bomhazeeo Montgomery county, Pa. of ulcerntiimvf' mouth
'!ion opposite, this pbcp... A. B. Allen. nnd local aid violent inflammaticn the
,TO A L ADY-'YI'fll FLOWKRSflowers : Coatees and Frock eyes
I Tlifnoi }Kr>ons who offer piopo-.ttls;:. for.the Coats, the disease had tler'royed! the soft parts of the
to the Beautiful To them belong contract will state the price curd All Auctioneer.Pcnsnc.'la Angola, Circassian: and French Linen do. with Q throat and roof of the mouth thai it laid bare
The lyre, the garland,and the noise': of'ong- f I the per !)tb February, lf.: (0. -.r.l-tf.MnUic variety of the: bones and made its way into the n our.-Mrs.
wood to he delivered at tht \,.tYard --
All that like them are lon.ly-nllthe earth Mary Peterson, Wilmington, D :l of confirmed
Brought forth la glad them when she g:1\Tthcm bir th. Bejvl, l ami sociuity will }he"Jluircd.flr the Notice :JACKETS.Fine Scr-.Tulu, under which: she labourednearly three
taihfiI; : : pprlonnnnco of'tlrc contract.Foi" years. She had extensive scrofulous ulceratiaus

further information apply' at this OJ1 cl'. IS HEREBY GIVEN, plain and fulled I.iu>n shirts/ ; Black Italian ou i t.'ie: left side of the neck down to her breast ; the
rlo\\'rrA to the B?a tiful for thee arc cravats! and! stocks silk hretst't'ry mjuch enlarged her left
oscph Y. C rllnl )\ THAT this! suit has been ; pocket handkerchiefs, ; arm swollen
The evening>lo.vcms from an arl.vr. :\\",. ; .I Charles P. Tntt r., '! iu.utv\Ttd by nttacbiiicnt in silk and cotton Hosiery ; bk! horse skin, Beaver and useless, and her head on the affected side re

Snatched from the dark cold earth, to the c they conc' A'ar_,gent. Carlos DC nUicrs, J tl.a Superior: Court F.scaiu- and linen gloves ; silk) cotton And worsted suspenders dining on the shoulder and \io1ent pain in liff
42 lf. Atlmi71it4ratIJT.1 j Lila County. The defendant ; black, w bite and sent' hats, bf fine qualiCa system. General Thomas Snyder, of Rheumatic
s'Lndla thy bosom find their happy ho[!)('. und Intest fashion, with affection ol the followed of
Carlos De J'UHeis. J and all other persons interested a general supp'v of head by an obstruction

are hereby required to appear, and {)leHI in BOOTS the nostrils ; severe pain in the upper j"w, "eftteod
AU wildly! sweet ard fresh! they fly toJbcc, $30 Reward.KSKRST.U this declitatton. cog from the nose over the dieek bones; the che..kit
exhibiting high state of i.lftdmmation.-l\lr. Va-
Types of thyself; the innocent, the free; D ; from lilt Post, on the 19th inst. I .M AND JMjSHOES leutine Boracf of ulceration of the left uoktril, .1 li

Beneath thy funny smile, oh, liJtlrcrn. Itaom, )''tivaleJohn Public Notice 4 struction of the same ; loss of smell difficulty of I

And yield their kindred tribute perfume. Fuller IS HKllE/iY GIVEN c.J.. O'Neill. breathing, and severe pain of the 1)'lilem-l\Ia. J,
Mus ck'a wife son and lnughtrr; Mrs. Miuick. of.
,, Pedro Sans 'l'IIAT this suit has broninstirs. Per acola Mav! 12th 1S20.-14tf.. Chronic Rheumatism with which she had been
Short are their lives,but lovely. Time who brings ofMarinrs. about 22 years of ages :5: feet 7 inches: toted by attachment in the :SupcTcrcsa afflicted upwards of sixteen years ; her ton of scald

Sickness to us and sorrow, o'er them fling: high. hazel eyes, KHiidy hair and fair complexion, Uru, } nor Court, Ilscumbia: County i N ot head, nod daughter of scorbutic affection of thtt
ami by occupAtion pu-vious to enlistment a Biackir.itIi. t'urciizo Bru earl The Defendant nnd all other ce.ALT .
Sunshine and jey; and dyiug they bequeath a, \\Ollll..cr+ will apprehend the lIRitl" Fuller, perj I Il'il'Jf'rw gum nnd discharge from the left ear-Stephen.Snare's .
Uru. sons interested are hereby required ]. of carious affection of
interested in the Estate of John son the shin nearly
Titan breath to B.auty-to the muse a wreath! and deliver him at this, Qr any other .Marine Station to end to the Declaration.IVniHCola .persons. ;
appear ? plead .. the whole of the shin bone
in I our deceased arr. hereby notified that the was destroyed togetherwith
the United Scifs, shall receive the abjeleward. Oct. 3()+li, 18l9--39tf.: !,
of the smaller
From the Kccpsckc Undersigned! Clerk of the County Court will ex many of the foot-Mr
officiu flduiiHister on said Estate, pttvsuant to an James M'Muiu! of liver complaint and asthma ;
EPIGllA I-Dy S. T. Cvlctidgc G. F. NAVY AUENT'S O -'ills: t
Lindsay, isnit of the Hon the Presiding Judge ol the which he had upward ofnincycan.-11rs Myna
wb' DcelZebub tOOK sU occasions Lt. Commanding. l)(>nsaro.Ja, D( r. 1st, 1829. ) Count)' Court nil) person having any demands of ulcerated sore mouth nod throat, aud her dawgb

To try Job's constancy, and patience. MARINE PKPOT, ; Proposals will -bo received al agniim aid Estate will present them without ter of scrofula. Besides the diseases above tort

lie took his honor, took his health ; r I 1',11I01\, I' January il\H.\ 1830./ SEALED until the first day of April grins meralcd mercurial prescribed cases and the secondary Syrup with syphilis.In great( .SU<
lie toOk his children took his wealth II. G. Ramsay
next to supply the West: India Squadron and giving this testimony of the merits of th&

His servant,horses, oxen,cows-: Notice. Navy Yard with \ Clerk Columbian Syrup. have di>ested mylanguagaei.tirely

Bat canning Satan did not take his til'oos.c-. Walton County, October I6tli, 1829- 3S f. of technical terms, tl t e better( (:be under.d..no *
IN pursuance of an Order of tile Honorable Ihe d by those, to whom il is intended to convey
Comity Court for the County ol l>,:imbia, Fresh Beef 'utice iB hoer Y Given, iu effects. The length of time the diseases havr
Bat heartn, that brings oat good from evil.And '
400 oflal'ld TO ALL dissipated, convinces me, that the cures are
loves to disappoint the deil, arpens AND WHOM IT MAY CONCERN1p : and it may with propriety be said, that f

JIad pre-deterniined to restore: Lclongiup to Hie estate of Domingo Gonzalez deceased Ye ctablcs. THAT James Parker is dead, and that letters its 'healing qualities rank it among the first rcoc '

Tienfold of all he had before; i will, he sold at i g on his estate have been dies of the present day.

1, lib servants horses, oxen,cows PUBLIC AUCT1 N, Foil ONE YCAU granted to the Subscriber. All i persons indebtedjtothe ', JOHN I. MAYWSG, M. D-
estate are requested to make immediate March 5 1828.
pay Philadelphia,
Short devil not to take hid at the Court Ho'iie in the t'i of Pnis-co!
sighted spouse ly on
The proposals to state the price per pound rue-nt, and those to whom the estate is indebted to

Tuesday, 23rd oflnrch next, of heel and the terms upon which the vegetables present their latms Within/ the time prescribed by The above mentioned Medicine can be procuredat
INSCRIPTION.On ftf 12: o'clock! three dollars Lottie of the Subscriber-
M. ; lo satisfy and pay the debts of l will be furnished. law. per quart
a Gravestone iu Luton Church Turd.; the.. said* deceased! : tlie sf.id Land being one undivided James Finlay, who will exhibit to any person applying, the cer,

Reader, I've left a world in whichI half of Light bundled aipens situated u u IJond and security will be required for the i Administrator ficatcs of cures alluded to by Doctor Mayweg..

had a.world to>> do ; t tin buk of the river St. Mary de Galvez. faithful }performance' of the contract. Pensacolii, Jji.' 4,1829.-88- (. Vanbann & Wilson

Sweating and fretting to be rich, M.: Crupper, For further information ipply, at this Office. I Pensacola, lath January, 1829.

Jast.such a fool as you. Clerk Escambia County Court. Charles P. Tutt NOTICE.
..- --- by 'V. llascll Hunt 1>. C. -- -
Navy jfgent. 5Tt Pmmcdfo. lH&h& Jan. 30.-48-lt PRINTED WEEKLY, BY
Motiee.ofAdmkutration 42-tf. <.i prevc'wt or punish! the cutting of valuablelimber

Territory of Florida upon the Public Lends. These instructions !:1\OMJ D. KOOBS3
I 7 extend not only to Live Ottk and Cedar, butt tr

LEPTEII3 .en the J t=tute of Western District, Superior Court, NOI ICE. '-TiaberofeverydescriltiontukeufromthePuhtic FOR THE PROPRIETOR,
l>an 1t.'mIIOK ramu., Der. Escambia County. Copurtneish'p iicrrtoiore! : existing under "
THE of Saw Mills 8ic. It into be understood howrvet
having been granted to the Subscriber. all fiini of Haines Galen it by mutual con 1'\\"b\i8be>c of the Le
(Wr80l1 FALL TERM that the instructions not apply to timber u?ei i for
imtctxad ta said.aut., are hereby notified to make 1829. tent this day dissoU d. Those having demands fuel fur lnutulion
;, ima>adit*nayzMnt, Dad all those to whom the e,.- against aid Firm will please present theut-it ii' or 4> jmrposes. QF rne .
s tote M '
time prescribed br Law, otherwise this notice will Hill confer a prriicular favor by settling L: s. Attorney. 1J II1IIJD

bo plead Is bv: 'rec very. Is Hereby Giv n their accounts. Pensacola. TihlNn. lS28-3l. .1 f.

1 James Finlff.' James Quiu, 1 THAT this+uit h'S Ii cell in- Sidney P. Haines, AND OF TIIC !

Administrator. rs >stituted by attachment iu the Samuel Gates. FOR SALE TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. !I.

.t UWtat V Meant, )Superior Court, llmrumbia: ,
Penucola 5th /an. 1830-46-8w,. County. Till Dcfndant! and all other persons i in- The business will in future be conducted \>y I BJWS.
I Samuel Gates who keeps his us iial good supply. A
tcrc.-lfdaicliorfliy required{ to appear nud plead to
Ibe Declaration.TeiKaculn. Pensacola, August Std, 182928tf.Notice. 1\T11W BVUI1'IG.
Notice.JfX I'Il&BIJ FIVE DOLLARS per annum, in advance, if card

.January t th, ItJQ4ftJat.BLANKS. four Rooms, with a Kitchen to mont is deferred sU months, 8LX DOLLAR
weeks after date, I shall apply te the prei CONTAINING in, situated NTo. 9. Bccrttaiy .
will bo reqnired.STAdTertiAem
Justice of the County Court: of Jack uu Street. tbe Navy Yard. Possession to be hud
Letters Administration persona Indebted! to the PENSACOLA U inserted conspicuously at ONE
County, for on the Ea ALT on the 1st. January next. For further |mruculaGeo. rt
to( HMHAEL Hcweov: acuJtd. fatetM' A / OFFICE, for Subscription" Ad- DULLAK for every fourteen listen Q r lea, for
L. M. Stone. eYy ftcrvvUouli M t tlcxccutcd Y verming inunediatepayment.and lob Printing, nte requc'tcd to make to 'V. Barklcy.Feniarab tile firrt Insertion, and FIFTY CENTS, for ettitcoutinoa.act

'1\w.m., Pad 1 November, 1S29-42ff. a\ Office: I January I3t, 1330.. Ocl. QbU+,149.! '*e Estt 'aottga ores 1-Jho rime rdlh

a ,