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

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WKECLT.: &v Notice i to KrickMakers. cultivators of the soil, to which tlus hecomplarcntly .t
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I tells us he belongs.
JEn 3 D. KZOQB.2!, ".
: I Sir, there are none who cherish a moro

FOR THE PROmrTOK: : :, in sincere respect for the yeomanry-the farmers (

A J/flrkf'luilllJC SY. lur- of Massachusetts, than myself. I know .I
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opened (
Vu\ \ \lcr ut 1:0-1 :
) \ Uie, IAVWSF Ie- 'their worth-I know their via-tu's-I would .
Island in
which
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Rij give them their full share of civil and
THE !- Political *
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To be lra\\ )
7 or 8OOO.OOO < j : ; privilege, but I would give them no +1 1i r.

UNITED STATES, Orleans! ) ; J ; (> ; I more, and if I understand th ir feelings, they !

A\n or Tiir. I Of 1UUCKS, .J. R. Dr.\fITT I hints t i;: would ask no more. I am certain they

I ::it!/ IK di-.j tc.tr: nf fur the tttr vftlir furtifi- .\ ; ] ed hy !i!: would never contend for more than an equality
OF I
) FLORIDA.
TERRITORY Mc] (
r'Itiuislurrt the 1830. I ; tt la 'j of privileges, and I believe them to bo
: fPar j
!t ) ( the last who would undertake to wrest from
111tjU.s. r 1IC[ ,..:i7e of tBiirks); mint not he !os! >i than 33 ::- -I 'e
[ ?Ii--; lug ill'-. nor more than ?,Ii-I( inches-. Tt.i"1 l ; uh.it} 'j their lu-ichhoursone title of their right.
rUT I)1)i.1.\ n ror annum. in ;:dvu('. ii'pa -1 raritt; ':,'n in tli" "i7.c i is allowed in consideration of.: Five ; t i ; \y///// '!!I The gentleman from Leicester has called

rn >ut i j.* d.'fIi I i.o.J! MV;I month! *. SIX DU1.I.A1IS: j jv. 1!i tSir: nni.'iiual siiiinkau i ; *> oftliecliv; in burning: :.n'l '.hy- : ; !-jiv- !' up his revolutionary! reminiscences, and ban :x

iJl:1 tio r*'+qnm',!I. i n.'j U. It i d.-.sirabh: hov\ever. that th> ;"'gnird'l l"s told of his
I' : i us personal knowledge of the
thirtte; (-2 1-1 incht's} ) should he produc f.l a> n 'nr-j; I I patriots -
A rtim"ni:5 in ortrl l ] nt ONE 1117.0 i
JIT > conrpiccoiv 1 ; i
: anll'H] who
i i .
t : the .
1 h -,--itif. ( ) that: ro's. composed glori-
ap"
If( 'J.\n] fur f\cry i fourtfn )line-o r les! for T..i-: i HI id\\i* w lion offered for tale \vil tn in--p
tli?' ,if.t ...-,. -":.,n. -in-! I :ITTY cr.Vl'S.:: Tor ear.. aUtl ivcoivcij, if f found to l 1.c ofa ipi.-ili'v: : suittLlc: : !:I It J ) {]] ; : : 'I hev who fULML'i'd! : in the noblest enterprise of

.. .:,'!" ( l' 1Wi H! camp ratan\ I!I "i the e()ti-nlriion: of t.'u-' Public \V"rKVli -iu'Vcr I'
1 : ( ( ()
___ __, .-.; I :tii tns-j.cftii.n resultin the n j-'(.tirot 01'r: c', of : ) : I t'rtic... t i! modern Jthw.! But, Sir, I can tell that gen-

.1. L5 IGH'l."S' I )Itriclv; n
\\ will lif'ent hack:: To tin owners.The I 1 ( ( : : this ; of the rounly; of Worcester, that he can look

(;( lLi- \111N: YlllTP.1 ni.irl.i-t: \\iil:: !b.: i-J"} -< il I ,UI ti| ,> :.M-n) of ieernt-j t I<
ui..AK'1'i "i i,.. nnr- > pl.'Ird. itself supcrlor (o5w hrr. or u-tindi: : t'{ >
A urn's of. ant itS' the I'.lIlitC..IS lor 'I.c't cult 1 i furni-'hed.-__.. .... ...yf \\..hkii".r.. !..r..:.. .:I..:tir-c.lit i .t'.n nil! he ;-,-. n.J l>.0 111.l'lt'< I .. ,'.'. ;iI", ; ni ;,' 'o !.iu- i.MHTIS in this city were asscmjbltd -

?, .... <"..".. *..*. ,II. ,-. i iS'rX'Hii'st' ,': wl lcca."..'-r (!+-'n: 'tud. i\\ : lint i IT \";lulu he inre f":1\ c- 31) \) I;! ul-h!! ; :! tl-e:: isu-n who devised the project of
of 1.* .IJOr.N' KING"-;: et -
: : )
:
: ;( ("I' u' :1.11 .iii'-nt .that; ". ,'in.'ir lil! '!id; I.r" l'IIdtit! : the "-\;iii.iii: '.unf ni;:) ) ) '. ;: I /inanci >;itiri< a nation the
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r.\1I.} (.>r ;:,cnl.TL.WUIft.( ) :S\\.I.I.I.NC!: ; reside t ] pioneers of the
o'ici i-'OM1'! ; or. lit f f'adl quit; tt-r t"rnllnlll: : ; t''- 1/3/; () () ( I
l'L( KKS : : I Ann-ridn Uevolution:
and iiivrtt-iHir : ; the
r.\\jJ'tqt':' ; f-pectivrly o:. tu! :t'.I-t of} X'arrh.! ::.dtli; Jui."-. ::'i'"hN !l OUL!:? were lIECIIANi -
L1'Stand! l BILIOUS! CUMI'LAINI'S ; : I 1 5 q j I () ,,: ; t 1 T i ICS OF BOSTON. In their
< h'II1 1or. :tinl iii'- ; :J-t t of! P; rt'Ier.' I ;: !:t meeting
H'.1'-'(' \t V 11 ICairccumisolihf I .h..ad ii SYSTEM: Tin' MIIU of nine i <1 Idltrtt 1!: dl! !lu' ;i'aiti fir <'\ .'rth.ousund \ i ) 1Q,: () (i !I I, :!; : : ; !, i' [ they: deliberated! on the highest objects of
: : 1 hrii Ks il-'iivfrfi1 a*, :::=t. Ko-a 1 I. rut .wel..r'! II !
rcr'cra -- I ;!,! { human
t'1.CilS.Ch.! MOUTH: and Tliit( 1T. f I I[ : : ; \\ hoi : cor.rormucnr nation's rights, and
t s1'I'I11IJS-and all other disease II'HII'i ; in tilt the''oiiditioii' !stated. {I 1.,0 ,0 I I''I.'.!"O;:, : i ) : i ( : i '! r.!p ; h l\ ill". asc(-itainrd the strength of ihe foun- '

t:n I,1uI-er uc <'t 'li.P\ 0 Win. II. Cha (' I I'rirc of I'i !; I I!'! [ !: : ,. t'.j-: i jdation, ti f'Y had no dread of the issue and

As :. ,-rtieral d l -|1ntattle aiiicl or dransC'r'lfII': ('(;rt. ( 'ruy;.'? Ilughn: ir*. Jv".t! i. { : 1 I 1 I ) ; : !; lic.i: : I com ted tl.v.ronilict..

1\.v.t l. tl.ill t'nu'! jiossfsst's! invaluable! pov.ri. : i.iIlHIIOt"f' jj Ft. fora Jbntl.'Ta: :'(';, ri; !,. ]J-'V.1.-) :t-ifNotice. \\' !hr! Tickets; \ ; ; !! : : : ; I wi'I! ; the
in- tn.nport gentleman to another
ih rt'nlI.lIl)
!' Ibf' appelitP' and t tin nlcn iertict !
Clt .lqllliIlF the stilt: of Uial 3-I.III1\' Liin.r: < ; I l'aoK'M;, :! _'t'-> of I H I t; l ; : tai! lilan'-h'! Carpenter's Hall in the city- of

nut, luch i> so common in l IJlli,iu< COl1l'lilUlinu. I x11; :: l'i' op'ruoll.FU1! \ ( : t : +!tc not j i'iiilaflclphia.! In that place, on a day me-
J. .\I.r:;!HI G J1 T I I !: : 1
II: "uh-crib'rint''nd-lratlr! I!.r tin-; ]']:."(' :, ; : :: -oiu nmrabh-! our annals, the fourth day of July

!''hiltltl..l/'h. t T North i,r. ihe 1-t <..I M.ty i; n"-It : 01111 i 0:1-: f.lrt'I' ( I ) : : "'{ 177t(i, a deed was done which has no *
Tile propi.e1or. in or.Nill hic ICt.tRtt'I ; :<* all ]-.".-onJ iiiiiehl'-ii: to the I Ir.UJin: :: ; I rallrl. On that pa
SvtUP'* 'o lli.- ,1'iililir, fnrni;
I cues pt'rforii--il liv tilt "auio, in t'Oil !j, Ihiincri] &. Gales::, City 1 Icon'! < !, :M- : :. : : re- semblcd! the most political body that ever e

of its Mijienor renie-lm-; \\ Mi. as {mm hint i h-ne \ Tirk i for .; I : hni I deliberated on a nation's destiny. Five
mon or t''. : roset; ( wif se note's or acmints : heroine 'ts :: : { mehad n
liv prr'.ille IWflOI1! Iesitii..:;:: w dii.lrnt! pail of the! lui''d! 1.tI'l:, as a JM..I 1 i'j"rit clff to the t
well/ "IUMP t'ifc! not.a' ail them-ehcs of tlii HOIK'''. nnist tit t roin- \SIIcr /'/..' I : : !: uhen! : b.yfyale! ; : rcatest amongst the great-to
*ame, all as! n'ii: : (d> c : ir
l.pjr fellow .rt.tIUfC'" who ate sinulaiU rffriicteil; a i it Attorney pliiJ:1lftlI'Y collection. I to, ifa.i.ln-NM-,1! I '! [ ) ( !'.- !'' l' 11''! q"'re.tl!; manifesto of a nation's rights. .f

? iir. "Jpc..l.\ and riVciual) reac/ry-nxaEP' ; 1'la1 j' Samuel: I 1 CatcPensarol I II j hilo: Al'ihanvi.Mobile t ; : ; ; t:1I-: old nation's wrongs. Amongst them was u. l
i ; -
IlIa'IIiIHlidnf's Jiinr I I
are at llu !liuiniiMHOO.II\
< .,. 1'I ;". :;!) .:: J..; '! }} : ) ; : : :: \ that man hy the name of Benjamin Franklin, (the I
tIe) cuuntry. hd,1! until: f> cote .Ii .. ,*, upoi ; i. '.Jt-I: !: 1. 1-H -- tf.
i } ; ; : : /! \ :gentleman; from Leicester, in his multifarious Y
hili: torv have not tho ,1i:i !!htrc! ;iotljrncc, some ,, cnjov-
of wtir h the. had tried puMioys ti, \\f\ use. of the I rotica. { ;; I ) !I ; I 1 reading may have read of him ;) a man

tyrnji, liS r.JJU 'I.'. ie<'n !iy 'lu-ir own /ltft'&!alons. 1. a II I mi'jhfy., amongst the sons of men, who, by '

TIle m,'(Iicut' i.n i m,'"." lepnleil} hy cameo'Ihrptttisiratti :I llIlOriillT! ; to Jail in Pctwi-Ii.: '':-. : ii1) )! ( 1 ) I i ; i (' rose common consent, stood at the head of the I
i fijt tinuro of \ai; ious dkratf-s. thai i'> I th.' 1 llii! i: -t 1. :1 i mu!-slto n,':n.ib .::: Jp' : I II I hers America; and
i Inair.ILr' niU-iurn i t I [ ; : !:e wa:> I II ph'losoj' : : of Europe
P1
mu : Ird
1I-- jnoj-rifft. i I \ carof a_y. --f: ., h!- ir:m-< is
itt me.ical Multv! wc-n-imlncpd, tu tiy it in dist I L II ; ; I : !. I III wito-e '!I'l'P investigations into the secrets Ft
lira:. tf> 'Mj.jrh 1IIt'm hf's had b< cn I IlrjJ'I G "!!"' ofn.iture h-d him the
Jticy stil'jrct '.=. < : I I ? ; ::! I pro- given knowledge of
RI.t 1 1 i .it Vi.ofit i flt'lI1 its use our ticu- I, I .
; ; pat I I. l
her
teilv.Ir'Idlnt!_ in \ll.nio N..1. ''II..... d1)i i-.iliniou th! it he lien! /- to R-,l hert renter of Mn-i--! !! ,!nil l ihitJi ,"_ '"....,,;r..t. ,r (I f ( ; :!:: !! ( ; r le- Iwt most tremendous :
,- J L-ft hoiiu-chum! tlje n idt!! of IVhruau.: 111-o, ai ro : ; !!: most) instinctive; agent, which he dis- I

cal-II' }!u:1lt"!: au;;:au, \vhocnlh: : lce,'..elf *Sf/- I ain ed of his Yes Sir he I
; << I I ((1i: I Ii power. playedw'uh
.
.it une ;in the COMI-.O "r" a few weeks IC lured } i : ) the finked lightninisas with
ttt' !> 1I i :! ) :! : ; : ;'Hilt'k; a tamed
to tale: et'j..yr.rrt! of |i"iff. rt I.Ditili, I i *: r \ !! ; ; i !) ..(' sji! -:ke-and yet the elements of that marvelous -
The .u'"aI! tvliicli have: bpon rect-ixptl fiomnroni .m I ilie U t1'P'vj' ol'Kl i'! au-1\ th'itlie li' !.ir.p; toIl i uisdom
!: 'ilhain! -tail'-r.! HIt, tin-. above! f ha\e j i !! : pul'lic: which enlightened and asmislied -
; : 10o
it* iliHVii"nt pan .i i ihu: Cnion, spt-eiving: nl i itUo )jia:oo""'eI ; I .
: coo.l f.Vccts pio.l'irt l Iiy the STUI;., arc s,iIii- o I conic to Pciixirola: awl: I re'urn.Ilonry! 1'i j: : : : :; ): ( of ij .-- : [' : the world, were gathered in a .

tiI'nt; tii compile at his time an 0 call/u<<: \O!U.Ilt'; III i inpnnls J A. 7\l11f'! I : : \ : .> pub I I'i inter's Office, and this great man was a

of IM.I Iuml\l ,pagi to tiii.mtiatc all Jiii i/o r.Penieol c j | :: : ;r l'S for ; I'i inter.There.

the CUI f'S. .. i. March 11. 1 I-ii1I l-f;-tf.ODIORNE Which! : ho otT.' j : ] [ :: )(! the was another not the inferior of k
The tins'* of tlip Colnnitii.in Pyrnp: ," are jud'rcioiislv __ tin; terms. :\!" '1 ; t Franklin! in his
;: in sound
t < : ; : : : ; nu-n, lira! city, superior a ..
) ptopoilioii. hni ;1\1"1'10" to llir sire andMiespih BOOKS F ; : ;i of the j.radical' : } knowledge! : of politics. A man J.Il J.
.
.f( the I'IIII.IU s% *tl'II1. It is in prfrrth} ( j.
iini'.cf, that no ril j) t'l.'CI< i.ced !11..P Bppr'li/, 'ndfdirom I I 1 ;: in has whose opinions were the essence of strong; t ,

it, when takMt p rcrsly! to the t'.upclioos! .;'\ Y_t. t 11"f'. Iot ...itl"i". : "" 'e') ").r...i\. ."!.) .7'- ", I' consisting .', and common sense: the results of the united action ..

It may t h? ,pivcn will.out any apptcj.cnston; lu then I- '} 1 : / I tnitlit of a clear head and nn honest heart.The 1
,cit lender iif"it! fir I..dc'! ..ul.ni.Mr.nicAL l
J .. j name of this} man was Roger
litC'i JMF.N" !' \r ir v :NOTICE. & SMITH, ; ; ; :. ; of I' Sherman t

Having; n'coiunjfii-.led the isp of ./. Albrihgt"CoLUMUiAM ]) ; ; I :;! < l If as (; he: uen'leman: from Leicester has heard of ; .
.
: n KSPnCTITLLY mfnn te! mhahitauN: of.. him. This Koger: Sherman ,
>
"H&I' In my own priiat' pr.iciic : :! 1 ( admit ) wrought at the 'J .
ii.l .Mobile and! vu-initv. ti! tJ tllf'Y have tI '.I'1 a
foruraily" tWot ye In. and hating wiinpsscd its tie I trade of shoemaker after
1 i a he
: those many years
:Store; iu Watertree, I fin r d! tided in
llicacj nanj- cases \\hich had Ie'iuna l) At she: New 1 ) ; :
resisted th.. u"nal ieni"riics. I now \\ iih much/ plea I \TJiert! ; they v\ill have cjntaatSy, !ham!, a :Mirch 1.",. 1 ; ( :t I : ; :!(' l I.in had cached the age of maturity. f

.sole gue lily Tcsiinxmy in its; fi.,0111', and! \\ill iii'.:> !I vanitof- I ; :! if he Th re was yet anothei! not a mechanic ;. i'\

tf'f"w;, the most icinaiKiok-: : -i I'CI fuunt'd by BOOKS, TO E :: ( :" ., himself:, hut the son ofa mechanic, and bred 1i

-- .uSiich. fame under. Ins' notice.Vr In the scrcral Departments of Science and I ; :, }:ru-: i in the l imily! of a mechanic. I will now 1 :
'lintflr' s .. ;:, ol Adi.imon, township. TJIVK I ::: : i :
.1..1.> par ;I '! ,. ,, t; take the _clltlcmdu fiom the room whero I I 14I
!M... ....... ....umrrv r.."'lt.v- l'a. Of ulcersoftht; month! 1.i1, 701U1 !. l',.:>s :\1,11 the Siatf-stnen: of America
; assembled
i :
a i>+J iluoat,* and *Violent iiill..mmi'u.n of the fI'P..t, 1 ,\'l "\rnM\'e! aa-'jrtmejit of !HooUut'iMf! \ for Juvetrle j (tni.ii..n, 011 !! : ; me, j to
Ihct will enable : i I h : that in which;: the Philosophers, of Americaassembled.
of boils 1 I tve
li! ? dn. -tt.r had (!norof'J tinsiit parts Li'trari"UvanJ' l <, .\ c. i:1
throat tutu rnvf uf the mo-iui.; tnat i it laid t>,ncfhf I .\1l1h. new Noels aid: Publication! will 1 Le rO- lies ,, !.iell ) : i ; : : : :: incli- I In the! chair of the last, he once

bonci and. in.nf its \\ .IJ into the noe -:Mis.Maiv i cetse.lllott! n-" pM-4ilj! :tfterth-'y: are )'ul/lhhL'd.! alive' : Passes. : : ) : profit I would: have seen David Ritten ollSe, a
Peterson, of( 11'il xieglon= 1)-1 of coiifmned {I'trtirulartttentlull till he :;!ten to .ujtplv Law: I,, JS"w Oilcans ; INltdu/ltIl..rr of the
of this. I one greatest astronomers
Scrutnl'i' : under winch she I.ltJoun..lllt'arly threey.'et I I tit Cilicil 1 and Cl::<-<;n-'il IJook-; I II ''I. Ti.e:. I lans in I : | and mathematicians of the .
oft PoriI in tie! riidille, ) i n from age.I .
*. She /hrtd extensive: 5crnfulotra ulccrali+nsoa O.\i.-: are A;; 'iitsor HI'.t ie popular: -
) ':1t.ft'fr side of the nick d.iuii! tar her hirasl; ; theblast j l I odirals. to which subkcriptiuns: arc re-j.cctfulljjli- !I ('''IIIIII''ld led} to 1. ; :: : mem 1 I' will take the "gentleman: a little further :

; v-ry math t.-i.largfd: I ; I her ln l Him I swollen/ I cllcd.17. ; ;s fniin 10 !to 14 : I : ( : ) I I even into\ !the Suite of South Carolina, and i

iiii.1! USCiCH. ltd her head on tile alTcclrd side re I I :North American. Quart.-ily. and F.dhiln'r IteI I I entiance f: <>ri : l' i- :; as he: lived in revolutionary times, he might '
t '...r.-iC: ; on the shoulder and \ni''.-iit pain in her''I. views ; "'illl"".' .Monthly :Majr.iiine, Mi';. lhdt'1.a; ,I slifll Key: or .; i have heard of General who
.>;. "'.'m. t'1t'ritl| Thomns Sinrfer I of KhenmuticMllicitou :j dii-s'do. : 1r! ;. Child's! Juvenile .Miscellany! a Pen- j til, nearly : Ic- once a was ono
: ullhf'1 i tad, fidlovxit] by an obstruction ol oiiual: for Youth ; Christian 1 Aaininer: &.c. ; Lectures moored and ( I listen; : I of the first: iii'nlihtary men, a genius who

t 'K- u""dl'" ; r r-ee i.ain in the upper j-iwf erttend on SvhuolUecpin) by S. It. Hall. | making wl.iih, : : ; I : : I have I could: ;ai''i"rot.rjate! the benefits oft tt'i 3 enemies
the du',)k .holies Ih. cn"oIkt" i'rintin !suitable fur Nc\\:= make) all: the l> !
w. (.lIn the w. r aver : ; On hand ;! Paper papers / but I victories to his own use and triumph in de- a.
-I'-iti: it; In;:*' state lit' inflrtintn< ruMi.-:Mr. Vft- good quality} : : Printing InU. A.C. brm" lie! \Vest J I I and whose victories
L-!.Iiut !;.Jrac'l ol nlc,-ration of the l lli. no tnl, ob- They will receive; orderfor any aiticlei apper- 1:. and l by S-. : ::! the one i I'i.'.tt, own were cons

'I'u".n cl lue\ same; : !I.,cc. of s>mvll ilillicully oll I taiuing to }'i Htiug. Pu; er, Type, &: c. tfsst 11 'u}' will l j from quest' ;. 11 i.s name; was :Nathaniel Green, a 1' .

....,;. i ..i M-kn pun ui" tht !'} Stetn-lit: which course \\ : I I blacksmith. like my worthy friend from ;f
Mi'-i "".',, iii', on tnl1.htl..tIt'r! : :.11", ;\1.hid. cl( Also on flan-l, The ent.-anfe : l : ition ? Ilinsdale: (Mr. F.mmons.) He went forth} "
( lie (KenmaJsni.iin wlic-h she Im basin of the (Uuoys I .
A VARIETY i OFSTATIONAK1T I from his stithy to lead armies, and to win
( }( H to
j- :, ti-il npv\aii2} !" oTkiTtfon; years!' : her con of scdi /from ii.Pass I. I .
f, and .1.I.thu'J",: <.f !i.:,)! llI1lic atVfCii.>n of the \I CU i li : ; ;I loiy-a hero and a patriot.

b*I". Hu-i i-jv, ,.,rr: 1"i alit ti! <> !Srft e.t1.-Stelheu nntiOAV!, : | ) r\tr';\ a 1 will now take thegcntleman to Germa- .

:Sn..rc s u.llofC'IINIiS all-ctioh of the chin ; neaiJy C' Among which are, opp.ifeite to the : j \' ur+,- nv, and as he h.'s;! iHsclosod! to us that ho is a 4
the ttl' J I..!, .if t";."- flnHHf'; : wa. il!,.!btrnved, tonplheiuut ,. lor the; mo>t Pt ( n'd'r of the s.cripturesfj plentiful -
"+.ittl "y tit ilip Mu.il'et!' IIOIM s .if tie. f.ol.-\II: Blank I ook! *. Writing and Cyphering.):)!;- ng which, It 1I.> : l | / !jrivinj: quotations
genres ;11')inin, .>: ln-r tKinplain: mui ttunaul.icli j Wilting I'i'erpfall; ". Wrapping Paper "!nalij vicihle,1111(1! \ j ; / : priv and allusions I will show him the man,

:lie had .p\\ anis ul! nine \'al.-.1.9: M\t-i j and large ; KeulUli Cap 1>0. : Quills Ink Po vder, oftlais Pass; ; : j!( : clas es. wit fut whose aid he might possibly have t'

of t.lrtrated are r.n.ntl.. nll,1( thioai. and lid dau Z1' i' Liquid Ilk: !;: red and black ; Iude.Iibl Ink, Slate-, make the first must be never soon a bile! I mean, sir, John Faus- '

ter ofsrrtifulA.: I ll:< "t-nl, ; .-< ihe iis, ass above run I Water Colon, I'ockct Book, Blank Bills of Lading felathoHid ; the l and} tu;, a printer, and the} inventor of the art of
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Kit-rated, I pre-cnbed Ihiivrwy' ** iih n'It' succci> Ace. &c. which Weep ; ,
In rncicuiial' ca. es and iecondary M'lnlii( / Also, a vanety of Copperplate and LitlirographicKnzrav : : wag;/ disco, \er } t : v the pi inline. 1 Fta
In giljur; tts':; Itsimony: of the m.-iii< of the ins.ODIOitNE.-. otaiboaid ; and I ;; ; cnn- I will now take the '!gentleman. to Eng-.1

.'f .-Ujmi.n.i) ?'rnp,"l I Lace divrglnl my' langnngc & SMITH tender their sorvirefa Day' of Si. .' 1 *, II/' land to imTvdnce him to a person by the ;'
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c : :.>1> (tf H-riHtiivl I t." i.i .] >t'",d liy iho.e. t.i ni."iii it i is; int 11.1,110,1 convey render prompt .Vtentmu t.1 any order they may: r?: I from 6 to 7 ('.. !) which in the
can.ils! of
ji eirrts] The l 1"IIJ:111: \If lime the (li'cnscs have I Cell; in any of the ai tides t appertaining to their from the West |. j nrjunificcnt! course

hit tli'";ipati-ti:, (:(I111t.rr,; Ill(. that the cures are : trade. reversed.! j! \ ; :- tw'utypars, tripled: -he wealth of England.

j'rr.laurur. and' it may unit jiroj.ii. (.v' be said thai I Orders will bn made up monthly for the :North.; (' : : ] !: ,- This man wnsa nvlhvright. There was a-
; i.ttik the fled i The have rtridc *hell arrangement < as, will enablejtiim -
n"- hraiing: quHlities it amt) rcllle,1.ts I -- -- -- lavished! "iller'ho, by giving to the steam engine
I Seminaries and individual :
of he .rej.entday. to supply Colleges: *,
J | I swelled the stream ol
Look in liberal to its highest capicity,
vviih on tertii/
even" use
JOHN; I. :MAYUTt;, :M., D. :
Fe'h.J7.. lsJ: <)-1-CvvBLANKS; \ them British wraith in a yet greater ratio ; his
P t.t.dI1aia.h..1t. ; 5. l lTi. 1--! :Master : '

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at 11.. <> .ti i1.u& }prripiBtt ht.Ite! of ilif, :Siii"oivM'i =crib( 14 '- rur : ) : I ; | : at- instrument?.
: :l. t;'.;I.il in any pMm :'ppIlllt' r, tnt. lelt). I Il.Ivin { ] who The 1 genilemii; has told us that lie some- ,.

t.t '6 cj ciii<'< ;.::II.f.tllu! by flutist" ;M ny" .. Of e'j: \\\escri\\io.\\ 'Ue.fi\\-S J tau; :Merrill on }he has times condr-scrn.ls! to emer a l.:Irber' shop j '

, VniihtLiiM; &, \Wilson.! \ : ; with} the r.Jt' to hold any, converse wKh! its lt1nJh.j : 1'I
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admeasurement consider itcry clear, thai in such 1 a the lives and morals of the seamed nnd marines been achieved,1 and"its honor
they trust
but only to receive a touch of his, art, rather: thanby Q geometrical: ned: n .
different branches and the party injured ought to complain tint s'rid committee be instructed to should be borne in mind also
and then to .depart, as if in disdain of the of the length of its case Ih"l| the promotion :
reasonable time. In this Georgia inquire into the expediency allowing of Commodore
who could an employment so i the volume ofvater emitted by cad Which within case some Decatur over his
humble.man But I pursue can toll the gentleman that ; is the principal branch of a River in a new by tier silence: acquiesced in the decision additional bounty, in money or clothing, or brother officers, in cous 'quenco of that exploit
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this trade, humble as it is'vas, once practisedIn :county, must, in the nature of ihiig: be decided : of'the: Comm S51 Itl'rS, until the year 1S18, both, to be paid to every seamen and marine, bad, 1 in itself, been the' moJmsof; his

b' a mighty genius, who invented an improvement from its appearance, and not from any,' when she instituted un enquiry on the subject at the expiration of his services, who shall receiving, since that period, -as much p<.r.
M'Biide himself iicb les'ili'-d in a solemn recognitionof produce from his commanding officer haps as his .
"in the machinery for spinning actual measurement Mr. w+ a certificate representatives would bo entitled
cotton which has not only laid the foundation : admits that the North Branch, even when he the accuracy of the Cmmissioners in ascertaining of total abstinence from ardent spirits, i I to receive by the operation of the bill UD dec

of,some of the most magnificent fortunesin was there, in the midst of summer, appeared the true (head of the St. Mary's. I and of orderly behaviour, during the term of consideration. The amendment was finally

America,-which has nut only 'filled our to be one larger than the South. Its chattel After the United) States quired East and ': his engagement. negatived by a vote of94 to 27. Mr.Johns

with wealth, but which, like the I is much wider and considerably deeper. In West Florid: in 1821, they sold and patented I 3. Resolred, also, That the said com- I next submitted a motion to distribute the

touch country of the enchanter wand, has concentrated order to make the discovery: which Mr. to individual purchasers, a large propor- i mittcc inquire and report whether or not the I sum proposed, according to the regulations

tho! trcaauics: of the world in the i Maud M'Bride did, it was necessary to ascertain tion of the territory which Georgia now I (public service, as well as the health, morals, of the Piize act; among tho widow and .

of Great Britain. I mean Richard, Ark-1 the relative velocity of the two streams by claims as her own, without a whisper of dis- I and honor of the naval officers, would be children of the late Commodore Preble,and :;

Wright, by the courtesy of England} Sir actual measurement. This expedient would approbation on the part of that State. Nay, promoted by holding out to the midshipmen I I: the ofiiceis and crew (or their legal repre-

Richard a man who, by the farce of )his. ge- ,: never be resorted to, cither by the first set- :; more : in 1826, on the request of her delegation and junior officers some further inducements presenlaiivcs) of tire brig Syren and the

*ius, translated- himself from a baiber's, shop '' tiers or the first visiiers of a new country,for ,I Congress: passed) a law, which I recognized I and incentives to abstinence from all intoxicating I j t ketch Intrepid. He subsequently( modified

to the British Parliament, and to a place a- the IfurI pose of ascertaining the principal the point established h)' the .Commismissioneis I, liquors. I| his amendment, so as to leave a blank for

mongst the proud knights of the proudest aristocracy j br.mth; : of a raver. Their eyes would deitr-I as the true head of the Si. Mary's; I I I Mr. Crockett, submitted the following ,11 the sum to be appropriated. The motion 1

in the world. ; mire that question, and the name would follow and it was not until after the line had been 1'II I solutions, viz : j i was rejected by a vote of 75 to 4J.( Mr.

The genius of these three mechanics, the appearance. I nearly run and marked, in pursuance of this I I 1. Resolved, That if the bounty of the I Dorkejr moved an amendment to embrace"within

Brindlay, Watt, and Arkwright, upheld. the I But in considering ibis subject, it oughi I act, that she protested against completion, I Government is to be at all bestowed, the des-i the benefits of the bill the crews of I;

sinking fortunes of Englad, and }placed heron also to be recollected that Mr. M'Bride upon the ground that the Commissioners had titute I poor and not the rich and influential, j the boats detached from the Syren-under

that high eminence from which: she overlooks made: his admeasurement ii: the, very midst mistaken the bead of the St. Mary's. In ,I arc the objects who most claim it, and to the command of Midshipmen{ Anderson and r

the world. _j j of summer, at the dries) season of the yeirI the opinion of the Committee, this protest f whom the Voice of humanity most loudly j Dorscy to reinforce the expedition of Li ut.

Although\ I may weary the gentleman I I What would have been the result if the came too late ; Georgia had no right ai that culls the Attention of Congress. I! Decalur. On motion of Mr. Vinton, +the

from Leicester, I must take him to smother same experiment had been made at other late day, to enforce a claim, which, if suc- 2. Resolved, That no one class of the I Committee rose, and thc House adjourned.

place. A litte! -town in the centre of England SNsonsVe may conjecture from his eport. ce.ssful, would deptive! Florida of a most valuable citizens of these United State, has an exclusive FEBRUARY 27.

called Stratford on the Avon. 1 Tier.', He tells u?, that "the tisp'll) ity of width in portion of her territory, posiixxie' her right to demand or receive, for the purI IN Sr. ;\TE.
accounted for the difference admitted into tin- Union lorI Petitionsii i> tlnc/.nf/.r1 I.., &T.Frclint .
these branches is by hopes of being of education for other .
dwelt in ancient times a man whose name i j j poses or purposes, -- I'--- "' OJ.] "j.
was William Shakcspcaic dare ay the of the countries in which they h.ive i main: grass, and forever destroy her prospect! .j more than equal and rateable proportion of] >iiuy. en and Mr. Foot, from sun-

gentleman has heard of him, for he was a their sources. That in which the South IIf eclmin1 a powerful) State. Had Florida I the fund: of the National Treasury, which dry inhabitants of New-Jersey and Connecticut

mighty spirit, whose influence, like that of branch rises is gently undulating; and the continued to be a Spanish Pioviuce, we I i is replenished by a common contribution, j remonstrating against the removal
and low of the could in alter the de-ith of Mr. of the Southern Indians the
the heavenly bodies, is even now calling up transparency lemperaitiie not, 1327, and in some instances more at the cost of| beyond waters
the tides of human feeling. lie was a man .. water prove its origin to 'principally in Elhcori, and 1 alrr" the b/'nd of the St. Mary'sh.id !' the poor man who has but little to defend, j:I of the West, and praying the protection of

who bas thrown the charm of his genius on springs. The vicinity of the, sources of? the ) burn fixfd for M-v 'ii and twenty years, 'I than that of the rich man who seldom fights f them in their right and property. The bill

the lowest wnlks of life-surrounded the North Branch is frequently an extended have asked S"{ ,,mum, wth: the least hope of' to defend himself or his property. making appropriation! for the Naval and Military

throne of mirth with new delights-varied plane, with but linle+ elevation or depression' success, to sigiee; tli It the head of another: ]I 3. Resolved, That each ant! every institution service of the United States, for the
which, in rainy seasons, is completely iriui.v. ,- stream should\ he substituted! for that which calculated at and year 1830, were severally read twice and
of info his rnnntlp humour cc: -vni"tif given,s a the new shades and and! graceful shapes} '', ,... .) rut r. -..Y'0' An.1 .1..."'" S'ICI ..1'1'1"I I It.I) Ixirui ....:|;,il,']lsl"K .....! .*.-. *.1.... <"-....- L..- |, >l V*. .!._, 1..h.>BCt-A V MJ-public! ---%expense of water being drained into the North Biaiuhj a. irnct t of Ian.) containing 1,500,000:: acres. '' vernment, to exclusive : nmMng provision lor
the humblest of the 'irtues-im- | grant privileges except taKmg
to
dignity blander to social life-perva- j' increase its volume to a torrent, hich forms What we could not have demanded from i in consideration of public services, i is the fifth census, was taken up, and, after a
}parted a spirit j' channel much -ider tlun the South to flow. Florida. 'I 'short discussion
of the soul with 'a : Spain, ueoughtnot it-quire not only aristocratic, but a downright inva- was ordered to He on the
and fled the wondrous very depths of patho., and strange impressed | Branch I Upon time whole, time committte recom-1 I I.sion of J t the rights of the citizen, an d'1 a- table ; and the bills: granting pensions to

powers i itself sterner and j! There is one circumlanceTorthv of observation 1''mend the adoptJou} of the following rcsulu-l! tioi of the civil compact) called "the consti- Samuel II. Philips, Paul Hazard, John Mc-
upon sublimity a : in the report of Mr. i M'Biide.i : lions : j :Unon.( I I Cr" cry, and increasing the pension George

loftier enchanter character.who could Yes, Sir call, forth he was from a might the- i; Although he sought information fiom overy I Jicsokedi That the line beiwecn Georgia !I 4. Rcsolotd further, That the Military 11 i W. Howard, and providing for ihe relief of

invisible world, variety-of scenes and |; sourceVitl.iu. his power, yet, it does not appear i J; und FToiida i+ on a new
ever informed him either [ of the rivers Cliatahoochio and Flint the 'and after which
any person to objections, inasmuch as those! who ; }passed ; Mr. Grundy occupied
beings, and could habitation' give to and theseairy nanw"-tlll'nothings : thai the South: Branch had at any time been t j point designated as the head of ihr St. Mary's] I I are educated there, receive their instruction I Ii '| the floor until the Senate adjourned, oa

a local a j known by the name of the St. Maiv's, or I i I river by the commissioners appointed under at the public! and thesous I Mr. Foot's resolution.
of are generally
fancies of poetry And and this the breathings whose 1'1'0pllCey. that the: North Bianch had uot been j .r.owll.I I. the treaty betn-ccn the United States and i!! : of the rich expense and influential, who are able In the House of Representatives of Mr.
gifted man,
yet Americans and I by that name. I II I Spain, concluded at San Lorenzo cl local ': to educate their own children. While the Newton, from die Committee on Commerce,
works alike familiar
arc to j| Governor Randulpli, tho Commissioner; of on the 20th dny of October, JiG: reported a bill '
whose influence i felt I II 'I sons of the poor, for want of active friends, making appropriation for the
Englishmen- magic M ;, time United States under! the Act of 18 16 Resulted
That an appropiiaUon onght to erection of Light-Houses and the
are often if educated improveuu'ut
neglected or
wheresoever the language of England i j.> read; even at
informs us, that "ihe head of St.lary's" bo madr, for (the of the of
j I purpose enabling harbors within the United
i( the of their or the liberality States :
and spoken-in the far places of the vorld ; j joven e.xjxMiso parents, by -
w:*s known as soon as I there was a settlc- ; President <+;f rife United States, to complete which passed the usual
I t of their friends are in the through stages of
its extremities in the East and in the superseded
J: at its mouth." TIlt the Indian traders the and of the
I men : running nnrking: said fine be- legislation and referred
was Committee
service cadets educated to a
by at the West
West, for though we could strike! the sceptrro1' !; crossed the :North Branch about three* miles .
j : ,.t.veeu Geoigia. and Florida, under the provisions Point Academy. of the Whole. The House resumed the
King' George from his hand, when he i j{i below Cllicotl's: Mound) at what was, and .> tsf the art of the 4th MaylS2G. w consideration of tile
throne I I J. Jltsvfved incrrm'cnd for the fore- resolutions :submitted by
the of
waved it
over our regions;,
still i is, called) the Pino Lo; Crossing Place, Mr. Condict for
j I 'joiug reasons that said institution should imposing a restriction
Shakespeare is yet amontr st us, as immove- : be upon
and slid l h.i\c i .
they were always : to curPthe by
I the of
able as the Alleghanics. This} M-yndrous man I, head of St. Man's On the other: hand: !, i} CO.G \l 1 \ sl L. i: abolished:: and the appropriations I : ;annually Mr.use ChUton spirituous liquors in the Navy.
made for its be discontinued. after observing that, in his
whose empire universal, who has he declares time the South I Branch; : has al- !! I support
.' the world of the hart! February 25. j I ARMY AND NAVY. opinion, the temperance which required a
ruled like a wizard ways'gcu! known by the name of! "the South
J\ndcall'd up its suneliiue, and brought down it.t-h'Jw-: j I IN SLNATL.: i I The bills making apppropriations for the bounty in its aid, was not to be called temperance -
ers." Prong. Petitions' I were presented: by Messrs..1!j Naval and Military service of the United! any more than the virtue which required -
l' TIm before the (.onunitlee
I testimony : .
was a wool comber. presents Marks, LitiniMon! and enton. The bill to t11:5: fur the year 18JO, were severally)) watching could) lie termed virtue,
I have in my way endeavored to furnish. 'I oilier: reasons for helievii::, Ihat, the I amend the act, entitled an act to provide' for !I j read a third time and IASSID. I moved an amendment, to the effect{ that the
Commi.vMoneis under] the tr."I\: riMnrnitti.'d
the gentleman from Leicester with my historical j I : payin:: to the State of Illinois 3 per cent. oi'jj February 2o.L practice uf intemperance was equally reprehensible
i no mistake ; but, for the sik: of brevity, i iJlify
reminiscences, from which I hope !he : +j the nut proceeds arising flow the sale of; \ SENATE.Petitions : among civilians, as among the military -
will not brint them: into the view of the I i
will learn, that these! Imm1Jle'mcchanics ( public lands, in that State ; and t11C (bill to''[ were presented: by Messrs. Ber- and naval servants of their country.The .
II in this i
l whom he derides h the exercised a most !' !lUSH rrolt.! | uinc-ii'l) :the! act provididing! fur eel tain surviiirj j naid, FiclinghnyMM, Dudley} and Marks ; amendment was, upon a division, nega
powerful, direct and decided influence. UJMW ... The Committee will now 1 pi, 'on e-1 to r.uiiidrr \ officer-! and soldiers of the revohitionary ; one by Mr. Bernard, against, and one in favor lived ; and, after a motion by Mr. Peaice
i } uhc'thcr! under thy c'ucuuiNi.uicrs of
the comforts, the rnppinvs the morals, the army, were severally read the third time of Sabbath; mails ; and those by Alessrsll :I for the! previews question, the resolutionswere
lliif
case, even; adnlittuty! the exisieiicc (if a
wealth and the power of man. That they and pav;ed. On the resolution' of Dl 1r. Toot, l Fiir.iLi\oiuYs: and DUIH.LV, rcmontratinu !I agreed to. The amendment proposed
have brought to the common stork of hunan ;- inistiihc; on the |part of the Ameiic.u) and for! M ;pcndmir: thy: Mirxeys of public (I.I IHb,, \ ,a'!;-iiM the extension jurisdiction over, : by Mr. Vinton, to append the laws of the
Coinnsissioncrs (Jeoi i.i is
knowledge their full proportion of useful Lftjund Spanish ; not which came, up as the >pc 'i i.it onler Mr.' and tall lumoval of the Indians residing i I Stales of Georgia and Alabama with respectto .

science, invention and irenius-that frlll1lI' There: by their art.1 Smith, of South' Cartwina, addie"scd time! So-1! within the limits of the States. Mr. LIVINGSTON the Indians within those States, to the
i is which lIe held
: nothing ought! to
their ranks have ; hours reported a bill, grunting a donation of I report of the Committee on Indian Affairs
sprung warriors and statesmen more sacred! by p.atiotn; than tho boundaries nato: in n I :ptreli E of nearly two maintaining ,
and ] i l.ind to the Louisiana College, and several of which ten thousand copies had been ordered -
poets philosophers. of each other. An unsettled! boundary always the irround: that: .the land; being the m I
hills from the louse'PJ'C read the second to be printed was next taken and. .
I could\ swell the catalogue with ninny produces jealousy and discoid and of- common property} of all the States: ought to up;
more illustrious names; but I have furnished :, It'll wir. V.iltel), wlien, speaking on ihesubjecl disposed; of only t for the benefit of the time and referred. Mr. Smith of South Ca- I I upon a I division by yc s and nays, carried,
the} gentleman with enough for the pre en.t. ': of and I whole Union, and) denying that they ou!;'Imt : rolina concluded{ his speech on Mr. Foot's by a vote of 94 to 74. The House, then in
Ho call ** usurpation I prescription 1 among resolution. Mr. Grundy has the flour to-day. I I Committee of the Whole, Mr. Drayton in
in
may my statement li.iUmL'! stun", nations, declares"th.tt. their qnancis ;are ot l any event, to be relinquished gratuitously i .
it it suits him-but I trust he will nut again: : }tin.5r dig to the State in which thev lie. I' In the House of Representatives, l'ir.1!I the Chair, resumed the consideration of the
much"greater pair's
'j : .consequence: McDullie from the of. }bill for the relief of Mrs. Decatur and Mr.
Committee
Undertake .
to deride a class of men, who'to I hlndv!. IN Till: lltiSI I: i reported, : ;
are usually termmatedonly by wars
[
the least I ; The resolution Ways and Means: a bill making 1 j I Dorsey concluded his remarks in support of
say arc as respectable as any o- t.lll \ consequently) the pC'ace.and. h.ippinu. !'s previously proposed by'1r. : appropriations : .
j
timer J JI of mankind much! { ,\ Finch, in relation to the cfinstrHclion !; l for the holding of certain Indian trea- !:! the amendment proposed by him, o'"
more iw'crfllllyrcqllire '
,
am sensible, Mr. Speaker, that I have' hat possession nn the piirt of sovereigns and repair of fortifications on the \orthern I lies ; which passed: through its l first stages, 'I 1 preceding day, extending the l-

been too discursive, and that much of Inv 1 should not be easily disturbed ; nnd that, if it frontiers of the United States, was agreed to. and was referred to a committee of the 1| (bill to the boats' cr"-'

matter is foreign to the question E ; but as the lidS for a considerable length of time continued A resolution was presented exempting the whole! on the slate of the Lrnion. The resolution .! of

gentleman from Leicester entered upon a I un.coliwsrt.d. it should be deemed just ofikers and soldiers of the army of thy: Revolution to abolish restrict the use uf ardent eI.I.

wide field, 1 thought it would he no great violation j and indiI': lutable. Wcrf We allowed to rccir from imprisonment tor dc-ht, and spirits in the Navy, was discus-1 Midshi'1"a

of parliamentary rule) to follow himFlorida I to antiquity on every' occasion 'tjierc arei was., on motion. of Mr.. Buchanan. referred-. the close of the hour. 'Tl"

I. 1 i few sovereigns who could, enjy heir tights to the rommillec! on revolutionary JlIaims.Mr. ; appropriation bills, ai di.

Boundary Line.-Tho report of'J in security, and there u"mildLa no peace< to Condict submitted a n'solutfon'dirf'ctinr emption from militia dut, -oilman then pro-
th" Committee on the Judiciary on this sub- j! be hoped fur on earth." Tire learned author the Committee on Naval Affairs, to inquire hers of time different Fire ...ueoon1ent, including the

ject, a copy of which we }have, received, j is here speaking of mere pos csVilm on the into the expediency of abolishing corporeal District of Columbia, \\efl ....'v of Midshipman Anderson ; which

after referring to ihe journal of Ellicot, time one side, and tacit ucquiesencc on the other. punishment, and restricting or re- a third time and passed. __ I,, \vas adopted, by a vote of 84 to 36. Mr.

Deport of the Commissioners appointed by i; -This case: is much stronger against the siraipinij tire use of ardent spirits in the naval went into Committee of the _, on the I Pearce submitted an amendment, granting

Governor Hubun, favorable to the ('01 H'cl- i: State of Georgia. It is the case of a bound.ny and military service of the United States.A bill for affording{ a compensation to Mrs. De- ., >Ji'13,000 of the sum to be appropriated to the

ness of the line run by Ellicott and Minor, ascertained by virtue of a treaty, thirty discussion ensued' upon this, and was con catur, for the services rendered to.lib country i nieces of Com. Decatur ; but the proposition -

and to the report of Mr. M'Bride, the sur- 1: years ago, and not merely acquiesced in on tinued until l the lapse of the assigned hour. by her, gallant husband, in the destructionof '! was rejected. On motion of Mr. Uart-

veyor appointed by Governor Troup, ad. the part ef, Georgia, but sinctioned by the I{ The standing rule of the House being suspended the frigate Philadelphia at Tripoli. The !! ley, the Committee rose and reported the

verse to it, procefcds I most solemn acts of recognition, during a numerous resolutions} were submit- question was upon the amendment offered I bill. Mr. Chilton moved to lathe bill and

Should the claim of Georgia be sustalncd, ', quarter of a century. I Ii tcd, and disposed of. Mr. Vinton moved by Mr. Miller. !Mr. Cambrding supported amendments upon the table. -Mr. Tucker,

it will take from Florida a triangular tract of i| Georgia, as a member of the Federal 1'tu append) to the. report} and documents or- the claim, observing, that the moral influence of S. Carolina,'moved to strikeout the enacting -

land,. whose base is 157 miles ; its perpendicular i Union became a part to the treaty concluded tiered to be printed the preceding: day, on of that memorable exploit had operated clause, with} a view of testing the -1nerit

30 miles, and area 2,355 square miles, : at San Lorenzo ol Real, in 17y;. One Ihc subject of the Indians, the laws of the I as a talisman in protecting American commerce of the bill ; to the principles of which bill, as

or, 1,507,200 acres. I j of the chief objects of this treaty was to (provide | States of Georgia and Alabama respecting I in the Mediterranean for the last making a donation for the performance of a

The committee having thus made a state- ; for running and marking the line of se- I i I the aborigines. After some discussion, in'which twenty-five )'ears. A proposition of Mr. : public duty, he declared himself decidedly
meet of the facts in (the case, will now l pio- paration between the Spanish Colonies of ) Mr, Foster and] Mr Wilde took part, Hoflman, who reported the bill, to fill the opposed.: ( Mr. McDuffic supported the bill,

coed briefly to present their views upon thesubject. East andr eit Florida, and the United I the subject was postponed'! until Wednesday blank in the first section, with the sum of and entered into a full detail of the circum- .

i Geergia, for the purpose of' establishing Slates. Tt was the intention of both Governments next. Various: resolutions were subsequent- i one hundred thousand dollars, was negatived I stances of the brilliant' achievement \vhicb

t her claim, ought cleajly to prove, b> ibis treaty, according to their own j jly! 1: presented, after which the House in Com- by a vo.e of 65 to GO ; after which, Mr. :1!'had not only rescued American citizens from
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tint, that the commissioners under the treaty: lancuage, "to prevent all deputes on the miitt-o of the Whole on the State of the Storrs moved an amendment (that the sum to.1 slavery) but redeemed the country from the

of 1795 with Spain, mistook "the head 6T subject of the boundaries which separate the .j Union, Mr. Cambrelcng in the Chair, took I j I I I bo granted should be distributed according to i| stain of paying an ignominious tribute, and

the St. JMary's,,* and ought, in seeking it, to Territories of the two high contracting par- i'j up 1 the Judiciary Bill ; and Mr, Spencer of!': the regulations of the prize act. After some 1 exalted her character and IIt;r frlory, throughout -

1" have ascended to the source of the South lies." In order to give the proceedings of i New Y rk, resumed and concluded his remarks : discussion, the amendment was agreed to by I the world. He referred, in conclusion, ,-

Branch of that River instead of the north ; time Commissioners appointed under this in opposition to it. i'{ a vote of 68 to :3./ Mr. Storrs then suhmitted i\ to the effect }produced by the name of Com- -

nnd second, supposing the existence of sucha iiuaty a more solemn sanction, it declared I Mr. Condict. moved the following resolutions 1! a further amendment) granting from : modorc Decatur, uuon the Bnrbnry Powers, '-
-a mistake, that she has a right under the circumstances thai the journals of their proceedings shouldb I viz : the amount to be appropriated by the bill when that gallant Commodore went to" Alt -

of this case, and after the l lapseof considered as a part of the convention 1. Resolved, That the Committee on Na- the, sum of $15,000 to Mrs. Decatur, ovei !j t| piers, with a force which, compared with the
her more than a quarter of a century to assert itself, and should have the same f force as if val Affairs be instructed to inquire into time and above the apportionment tvhich her!'i fruitless and disastrous expedition of Great

claim. they wore inserted therein. Those Commissioners expediency of inducing! the seamen and ma- husband would have received, according to I Uritain, in ] 17, under Lord Exmouth, .:
c And, first, the committee are not satisfied{ I proceed in the most public man rines in the) Navy of the United States, vo.luniarily I his rnnk. Mr. Chilton opposed the nriucij seemed wholly inadequate to its object. His .

that the commissioners under the treaty with ntr to }perform their duties They deter to disconlinue' llp( use of. ardent j lll le of tl.c bill. He paid a due tribute to the .name alone) intimidated the Dey ; and a
I, Spain have committed any mistake. On they i j mined the, point which should be considered : spirits '. concluded
or Vinousr fermented liquors, by gallantly and patriotism of those uho.by time tioaty was immediately ; granting
contrary, they think that Mr. M'Bride pro j j the head of the St. Mary's, and erected a i i'substituting for it, double':; its value in other: destruction of-ihe frigate in question l. bad commercial advantages to the United States --

a:, ceeded upon mistaken principles, hi their permanent memorial by means of which it I necessaries and comforts, whilst, in service, or identified their names with the history cf which had never been, and which were even
f opinion, "the head of the St. Mary's1 designated could be easily ascertained in time to come. I in money payahlo at the expiration of the their country ; but he asked whether the now, hot granted) to any other nation. Some: ]

in the treaty, was to be asr'riniuod The? Committee do not assert, hat, if a service. same reasons which were urged in support of further, discussion ensued, in which Mr.
by the reputation of the country about the clear mistake had been committedby/these : 2. Resolved also As further Tucker Carolina Mr. Storrs of -
a inducement the bill on that amendment, were not equally of South ,
'c lime of its date by the common undrrstandJtig Commissioners, the United States and"Spain : to sobriety: and ofderly deportment I in applicable to i hose' l i'iy> whose valur nml rework, and Mr. Craig, Virginia, look.

_ of those acquainted with the stream ; I would have peen absolutely concluded ; but I the Navy, as well as with a view to preserve blood on land, the liberty: of the country had part," the 'lartcr'VTiollyojfyosiirt) theJaul. cl tin i'

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Vch, he contended, ought KQt to be admit-; i strictures offered the day previous by Mr. and| Freliiighnyseu ;-after which, oa motion of Afr. : Shi.ffielJ Connecticut; Sail lakcr-Pnuent.ff..
* I. JlU:1.: the Senate proceeded to the con.- Mratiou of James P. Wilwn K. 11.
Had the gallant and lamented Decamriiv j Grundy, in ihe course of his speech, on. LieutenapU Maryland ;
j ; }:Kzerutivo inc's which the remainder of .PENSACOL.A
Vermont
Ir occupied Morris to join tbe Crampon ; Parjer J. INHamblclon .
his ft"11 conviction that i the I those i who had been engaged in plundering i
'l was ,
-". I the dav.. j Maryland, to join the Erie.
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flroposrd appropriation I Id never have the coast of Africa for slaves, and importingthem IN TilE HOUSE.Mr. I oJ .

; of. Mr. Sterigcre followed ; into this country, wiiich -/ K, thought Power, from the COllJu ttee on the District of: SATURDAY, MARCH 27th, 1830. Ucut. Isaac Mayo, of this city, left here yesterday

bt.t'll on motion of Mr. Burgcs, the House |I reflected on the moral character of Rhode Columbia, presented a report on the.stobjfrt- of admiO'nistrution --- --'. -- -- ,---- ', --- to take charge uf the Grampiu, on the West Inttt*
and, otjusticc within the District. Among the
; Island and Mr. To the Citizens of Pensacola. btatioii.-Annapvlii liepttllica
adjourned.; i ; Grundy rejoined, showing hill which came under the consideration of the

"!1r. Bernard submitted the following resolution that he had neither charged the State of ;House was one reported by Mr. \VUte ot'Nqjv Having been elected to the Office offayorIf the

Rhode Island, nor ever the people generally I, York, from committee appointed ii the case of
: j' 'the heirs of Robert Fulton, deceased ; which was do injustice to my t feelings were I not to tender! tomy friend alas politely turuuhed us with the folInning' ;
jltsolccd. Thal the Secretary ofthc Navyfce with a want of moral feeling ; he only ai-I j'iuded 'di.-posed of in the u>ual manner by being reed twice, Fellow Citizens, an acknowledgement of my list ol the Mid.hipineu who have passed examination. .

directed to furnish to this House information to those who had trafficked m slaves. ,; referred to a committee of the Whole, and tiade the gratitude, f for this signal idence of their respect andvsiecm. Those maik U were exaniiutd taIbXfy.

on ; iie following subjects. Mr. Clayton occupied the floor on Ilr.Fuui's j ,order of the dav f for to-morrow. Mr.) Thompson of Tiie; tank MS follows.MIDSHIPMEN 41 ;

i ii is to thc aimed resolution: in reply to Messrs. Cirorpia. from the committee on the Militia! presented Believing however, that an occasional change: of;;I OF 1824.
l.Vnotlier necessary *
Grun-j James H. Ward
'I Oliirers, is in accordance with tb- Conu.; Henry Hoff.Penn.
I.ci..rtafllf public of ;
&c. a communication received from the S 1 spirit .,
of vessel of war the marines dy, Woodbury, until the usual Joiintliaii flHII, C., Un
a Jug H
iipiient: b..ipb. 11. I
fi,' : i War. on! the suhjrrt; of that importaut arm of National our free institutions, and is conducive to the he-it interests 7 ;
jUul.l compose a part; of its military forces ; adjournment ; and before he concluded his dcffiiiMv It was committed- a committee of the lfthc Community: I have resolved to decline ,. Stephen Jc hnson. Indiana. ; Murray' Mason, Duel

whether marines may not usefully be dis-i remaiks the Senate adjourned. 1r.] C. has I Whole! on the state of the Union and ordered to 1JCt.riitted. 'being a candSdale for'their suffrages at the approaching Col..Jonathan* Swift, Mass.; CharIesij. Davit
or ,: do. Callioun, trnnbip.M.
the floor for The resolution ofMr. ;as amended i leition. !j ; ttJolui Armltor..
lltlili.
VI, -vd with: iuul i :i portion of 1 the M'amen; be to day. I by Mr. 1'o"tcr. and subsequently mollified on the With tin sincere \\ i..h for your prosperity aiid ,],: N Y.; Ptdro C Valder, Chit ,; Henry H. Bell, >.
IX TilE HOUSE. '
in the of Miiall and C.; \\ illam ( Homes. Mass.; Augustus H.
ilCtCl .
in',; -; use arms, perform subject; of the printing the laws relative to the comli-1 hl t.lIf1t'". !> Stronp.
Petitions from the States, which, on account I i Miss. Chailes II. McBlaii, \ld. William Hunt'N. '
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;iH duties which can be required of ii'her .- ,l tion of the Indians, was then taken up. and 31r.LumpkinMr. i remainour. cbedient servant, ;
of the lateness of the which : J. Curdon C. Ashion, Va. Archibald
hour
to Ir.I' ; ; B. Fair
in StorrsofNew York \7r. ) John Jorrison.
in battle burgee
ordinary
or service.
rilw"< I j I i flux, do John T. Jenkins, M. Y. Walter C.
; ; Cults
the the
sitting extended on preceding day, Polk. Mr. T.veirtt: of \las achu etl11'. Bell. :Ir.
2. VhutiuM seamen are not now instructed PI::; .\COI.th March, IS';;'.*. Maine: ; Ebenrrer Farrand. N. Y. : Philip S.Stocktoi .
had not been presented, were submitted and j jreferred. [ InctTsoll., and M r. ( Joodenow look 1':1'ill I tlif: d|:iSi 1 :
and practised in the use of small arms ; and ..iiMi which occurred it. Tin' W. JVilli/ra Smith, Ken. ; "U. E.
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cn subsequently upon
Various memorials the I V.
on subject Roliiiuon, 11i"fouriJamrs M.
rom'rai'iN information which elucid.jtc j furtlwrl'Oll..ileratiollof! the bill r.rth..did'.fJr-4.! i eo1 i ': -A TEn.To Watson Dist.
any may of the I Indians, ordered be !j : Col. ; ..IohuMil. W. Turk, N. Y. Juniua J.
were to printed. ; Boyle
the inquiry, whether marines can or Decatiir.: wapw.stponod un'il Friday iie.\t. by aoteI tlit 3Ia;ur and BtHird cf: Aldermen of tic City of .
"Uol en L. Urowning, Ken. Neil
; M. Hont
Among the petitions was one presented by j I fJf'itll'; '; 'pon the question of exe'.udiug' the Vmsarola \ ; ,
be beneficially dispensed with onboard son, Va. *Ch ,ile. H. N. .
C.
cannot ; Diirvte, John
; } of the (; If i is known that at last uiet A. .
the Speaker from certain Blacksmiths and !i cpct iil; orders cf the day. to take up the report ;\ I >TI TMW- your
of our public vessels of war. i :'c mmito: on the contested election ta"e betweenj jug an Ordinance was before our Hon. llotly To H."i."ila"If.n.lli"m BL/ne, N. C. ; -Henry

Whether the petty officers and seamen oilier manufacturers, of the city of r hila dcl-! I j Mr. :l'W "1l :1 lid )1i. LI Y t.: adi\i>ion ti ok place. and ,i uutln; l. n-e I thu purchav of\\ barf.Stock.:' I In that or- ,, K. Thaicher. .' Maine.! ; *JaB>es 11. Rowan N. Y. ;

phia, on the subject of the tariff, as respects it earrind in the alternative Ita \ote of % to diii.une I there are "umll'rm.i-i..ls. which in my' opi- Jolm K. {iya, N. Y. ; 'William H. Ncland.'Va.-'
who} 'hav'' been in service! but from or wa '
age the duties materials the reference called he :hair and nion. would not hc : toan.r'orit of ihe citi- :!: 1tmud I:. Mann. Md. ; "Wru. D. POI ttr, La. 4
high upon raw ; ;! 61" ::i r. 1 l P. Harbour was lit :fl.t'llahIt. .: .
slight .h.! .luhtics! are rendered unfit for the "I'hjiundcr F. Caiiedy. Mats.MIDSHIPMEN .
of which was, OH motion of 31 r. Ver- Mr. Storrs III'New York, moved that the cunlllli'l'! Zen 4 I"thil.liHe.
active: duties of their calling on ship-board], rise. and ro-commit th* to the comniittoe on It i i'a notorious' t tV.ct.; that *\ half Mi rli i j4 very con- I I OF 1824. .
be the Committee, ol I report !
planck, proposed to to below The Ordinance if will ,. George M. Hoe. V". ; Wm. C. Selden, V*. ;
cm be nsef'dly and safely employed as the ground outs not piv tag precj.-o il1l TJ l1till\. with i oicI'rhl.\ par. passed &
Ways &; Means. Mr. Mallary] suggested that'': of the dis- ', JJiitjiir : it. il could Ritlidul J.. Page, Va. ; Gabriel Williamson, Va.;
in life 14 topiiy
p.irds: .: : : ::.. N.ivy stations: iu lieu of the rcspppt t td the names and conditions /FIlTC par f:1 \Ill.1 prohiihlv '.
it would! be mre proper to refer it to ths !i qii.ilifii-'l: .1oln?. Mr. Claiborne .treiii'uslv i'j- I be. had for 25 or ;IV I) per rent.: less. 1 have i j jfknihis Horatio M. Houston, Peiin. ; Bei j. J. Totten. \V
; ; that .1lIt\ I
7U.rIit: n-w 'V-.JUIMV.I) to Indies.
: of Iflh1tIlI ( lieher) that would Lc acting ,\.t IIltt- .. ; Hairy Ingersoll Penn. ; Churles A-
Committee on Manufactures After some ed the motion and urged the expediency \ I".lh-
1. Aa.i t timber that the Secretary of the :i observations from Jfessrs. Cambrelmg alt'!) proceeding. to the consideration of the !;al.jl'ct. rest ofthe City. \\-t< it not t he Ld\ ;-,:: to waii Tkumrson.Jd.. ; Edward BoydjN. \'..; Beacon. .
until after the) elec< to give t \\t- do not find this name on the list Midship-
\.1' y obtain from the officers composing the Mr. \!'..ton. the chairman of that l'OlllIiut't't.ll.I ; approaching m in unit
Ramsay and Hoffm in, ,the memorial, which th-'citi'riis I of ,. m-n in the Navy Register, and presnme was sub
to an opportunity f\prtfyii : an opinion -
of Storrs
Navy Hoard; and other Naval Officers of that :Iltho:) h the motion Mr. was utterly I &
; was of great length, wis: upon the request of unprecedented yet, ne\ei1clr! he woul.lintiiif ) on i -ub ei t uf sv much importance. i. siifntrd It1I1i.t..J.e' for hat .Jeromt Callan, who.xrc .
yank; now at the seat of government, their 1 know *.td Ida cxaminalion in 1829.
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the latter, read to the House. Mr. M.irtin to slat'!, that the committee on c'ectionwould !'If' I IpTl \ I;
opinions in writing on the foregoing subjects I Ed. fen. Ga:.
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if it considen-d bybe -
objected to the proposed reference of the : ;p.lTI.d, were lIe'po.lr --=- I
; ht be transmitted with his report to I I \ I llmi"f. to -t-ite the reasons of their rejection nf-jme \ : -
memorial; to the Committee Manufactures "ly
the Senate. ; ; of thp voti-s, and: their dpri.- ion in -import of <,' eIr. \\l".lU ? Offt XrrLirs.-"How are all your family John- "
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l.N 'I Mr. u'JL ,'..- : S ?" JSI, ii. ,? ..f Tennessee. ; duresou ; Mr ( lod nd the little oue ." said an office feekerto
of the whole on the state of the Union.Mr. .- the committee. the lormcr m ""I't"\111'" I"!" !i ..\9 m.Yr: ', rRtM I l'I'J"l a mail ni iil.t IICIl\IU'UUIJIUULl. MIU Man In

MARCH 1st. Drayton said that sending such a memorial .' propn-T-d' recommitment, ;and the: latter opposition The pac'.et t shin! [.!If C ui>' t'mk. ainved vt1errltiy mending the public road. "Pretty well I fuipluved than you'

A message was received from the President to iT.Ir.. Polk!! also contended for the propriety (,f iled from Havre on the; iiiorniiig of x"-'Il";I Jan. said he. "I am glad to hear it," said the other-

States Congress to the committee: on Manufactures, would i ; tti'n well froii tin- ('IFCUI'- a-.lA\ <- I'i.\; .; lir; ? -uj-eis to lLI iodi; incluive.Th' .- "What's the "
of the United ; informing pur-uiig: the: j11 -; .;; ; :.1: I' news ? -"Why I guess, replied John,
that :lie had signed the Indian be like sending sheep to the wolf, consider- :j ,'aw't' f'UlIl', ted, with;: till oist: itf.ef.! <& fri'lsi tli'J 1; j t conlaiii I./UUII dale.to tl.e evening of .hi!: : "\\e shall have an election very soon." "Why so ?"

bill with various. others appropriation of ing the iej(>ort which they had presented: to :, f.1: -: that by reason of the .(..!01l l Iwii M w niontljr.n ; l<;Hh. 1mlll;ioiitical! nitelli: i eiice ol'uuic Ii inieivst. Because you are so glad to hear that 3fr Clod and
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; together the hioue.Vould he asked : hafo\.r.! it uadeinhlt; : !1Itt! the jue tio-- IC.it)1 Tl.erov. .1. a revival intln'ottuuniaikft! ; at ll'ivre the little on are well," returned the labourer, witha
pieferj;
a private nature. A number of petitions and they, 1 spi-cti'ig! t Ij.! '' < ntiilrd I I to a :;'at 'In the I IIIU.-(. I' 0:: I tin: :'JI.: ami it mentioned in private i letters thatpurclja.i.s look tint told him he had better be off.-A7Her..
sending it to an unbiassed, unprejudiced and !t' p.'rl' I1. I I m I ikir.g t theiillr J I. li-h I acci.unt. .
im'inprii'ls were presented, upon the printingof i sshould speedily : Mr. Tn.i Inr :ad\ocaU \\1':1 ; / j ,

one' of which, submitted by Air. Burges, impartial committee, or to 0110 which, it ;, the m.itinn,i fur rifomiiitiiii'ut.and refetr**! t. ti'nw r' 1'1.UJ I').- J h" tfllllli of I al'lel1lt.! U CORGI A AISD THE INDIANS. .

might be, considered, had ala crady prejudged i I precedents! i in support of hs; opinion-. 'Mr. McCoy. ;'.p- eul-iy at 1.1')1, rarhtit ]:] degrees! IJluII: The National
fion certain members of the society of Th" rcii'ls: in uf i '! Intelligencer quotes from
111:1
the ? lIe in favor ut retcrrinj replied and'ai followed J.yJr.. H-rig"rc: wlnpres ,> ; ny parts rancr; are impassable.
Friends, in New England], in behalf of the question was : ".\ ;inns arc ,'iitcrLti iD'i; that reit; t d.ti! ii.tt' vvn"l I 1 1 the Clierbkte' Gazette statement relative

Indian, a 101& ,liscus ion took place. Messrs.Stfigere i it to the Committee of the Whole on the i r.ptlt.J! lr. Buchanan said that he plore.d tlw ] occur by a :1tCI: : thaw ( ;ircat eibnN: aru making" ,:'t 10 a late outraf committed on tho Indiaa
state of the Union. Ai\cr some observa-i in I Jhe piovinces; for, the r. liefof the! i I
which ID tie 1Ioii.e iu j We
Burge of New York fafilily appeared purvade Iour. Territory. learn that bjr the
Spencer ,
1 .\ number of corsair.-; t I from .\I- treaty
lions from Mr. Hoffman Mr. J/cDunV? ad-1 to the of IJU-/Il.; 1.T"II
rasped preventing ;pn>gr': :aIi) "ailo the United
Lunar, Bell, Goodcnow, Con i"ct, Lumpkin, without lon :111.1 l fruitless tit bate its i"raiid !h;uve [LIen -L.I.I: ti..i' lu.i :; MeAt stiptilation, States have paid to
dressed the house III favor of the i lefeii'iico i! a r. ri.iiii. "p.ii; ; t l.rt"lflht the Indians, who have
Thompson, of Georgia, Hubbard, Chilton, intrnductiiii.: .Mr.: Tucker of *"istli: C nroflai: vindicaie 1.'r.liP;n. emigrated West of _

Whittlescy, and Bates, addressed the House proposed by his celleague, (Mr. Martin,) adverting j| ,l thp course pursued by the C'omiui'iO'! : ; oi> I'.le'tion : -- 'J'uiin. Jan. I IJ.'h.: tie tb: rmon.i ter was 14-deg. the Mississippi, the value of their improve.

the Mr. Sterigere renewed a in the course of his remarks, to (lie: j| < ; fitating; that; the ru!.> lip.m11.1.; they had; below ze3.! A number. of {II:."1. perirheo! by the rncnis ; that certain citizens of Georgia unauthorized *
tipim) subject. I circumstance of the the !I t i I'ol.'I I tinI:!''th: I Dei%. aieat indignity put upon J :ippro\ed or rented vo!> qjie-liiici: !, ha-l ben : the State
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motion which he had made the 1 I hy authorities believingthat
at commencement at 1: '. wiiich I i< a ) that ,
I Committee of Wavs and Means bv he ina-; !(' iii.illv appli'-ablf1.: :.hd had! IWI.I.I1III(" erjuaily: ;, 1:11/ f'lrulloJ1 country.
rej i j'I.
of the debate,. to lay the memorial i I ajiplieil 1 to the I voli-rs for encli! uf: I the PoiuppTit..-. Another: !Inter ol" thu I lMi.! :: from Constantinople.sa thij o improvements, upou being :hus :tpaid

upon the. table ; and the yeas and nays being ;jection, on its (list wading, of' the. bill which :I :\i 1r. Cru.i;, of Vir:iuia, leprfa'! i iiiffiHitinuanrt: : of ) :" Tiieletttrlivereii! 'to tin! ; Sultan I.) Countrlof. for, became the property of ihe State .,1.

I they had reported, embracing, among othei I II tl.I' anil) in f.iv.ir nl'tlie < ) tumorcd tu cOI.l1, ; tin/ : modifications; took osstssion of them 1
taken on the call of Mr. Bates the proposition tlhl'IIc-ion.( : argued ic(l lit [pno-i \lich j that the Indians re- ,
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; provisions, the subject of the present memorial was negatived by a vote of 110 to 64 ;I \ '.\drianople.; -Although: nothing : has against proceeding ; and )
Iaft'r .
I for the reduction of the duty bar ; some furtI"di"f.U"i: ion. fl11.h1'riJi! ;jirop ;I- II ll.it\ .
Mr. Bell moved, as an amendment, to printthe I on non : and I Mr. Loyall. iVoin lht l lilr .,' !II!,. lI'iiadIrest -'. tll"llr'd! IIJKJII) tf..' iitii.'eind; ; extent 'i,' 11\.,. nioditir.iTi.Hi thnt an enquiry was set on foot by the Exec .j ) :
and rolled iion, which, at prcscu't, paid:: a i it t i i" >rtc'l tiiat I tbe is la uiive, the
;-i..s. : i i.tiL.'d through
f/ ,
other memorials which had been presented the Commit' :1.' until i it IOM-. ;;nl ;ni mjournni'jut .!- ulal being proper department, of
: duty amounting almost to an utter prohibition. I ton! pLux*. ._ i j ,.. \. iih I ihi.-in." which the Indians ;
the in order ; were notified. In the ,
upon same subject, to preventan ; J/r. Ramsey Mr. Burges and Mr.Mallary ] I j I 1"t.,1.j1; ) ;! .- I-t J.tu. fiom 1111, state that ad-
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invidious from made'I j mean chiefman of the Cher-
comparison being I ni{ f .
\ n 1..lo -en r' > i-iv ,1: on ; ()|' a inoiini I
between them. Mr. Bates objected to the likewise spoke upon the subject ; rrrsze'( "l'oli"titII'l'IJf' r.11''C'llPri"1fI:;! of ';' I iiiir I! 1 IIII' ci-irn',1111 I (jr<, i imbued his proclamation, declaring his "

jiHtion. Mr. Goodenow continued and j Hiid AIr, Yerptanck replied ; after which, I llii :td in*!\ cont-iiusa ropy uf :i hilt CI'p.lrh..11)a I II (I tau :;!'II'iI"| to ,! !-.-It I of the inot olJ t. puuor to punish the intruders. and complaining

the memorial was referred to a Committeeof I Committee: : ofthe X.-irt'e.: (i-rllie: 1 ro'J li f'fur,tit1'rer' l I.y 1.111' 011-: P.II.I-. ::nd it I U-lievi.i that the: Iuha; of'tiaC neglect of the Executive I

observed that; in the event of the amend- the whole on the stateof the Union. The' (French Spoliation-, ron.niiited p/u I.) tli,' : ::):iiI !!! of :.; .1d! t tii:2.- 1V.( ha: .-Vrvia i will lie s.-icri : which _
:
nu-a; : proposed t by Mr. Bell being rejected,I i September. l Is'JU)t) ; which., if it 1'::--. into a la v. will! j:i ;':"",i. I J 1.-The t l-iir i i La c\ i f ha-s becitird.r.&i was follow d by au order directing Major p'
House then took up h the consideration of the ;I ali'iid: th",-utie.rer- a', .iiHin; in llc .ul. Ridge to dispossess the whites and
/ oiit ten s burn
lie hould move that the memorial presentedfrom ; : : pound:! lo :":-I her-flf 1 i II :ady t to ( ;any tU--paU.hta: tu their

the Friynds in Ohio at their annual resolution proposed by Mr.] Vintou, fur the j of the principal of tli'jii! cl.iiiis. Tl: tn.-l s-eclioii-I i.I ihe. btation ( irrc-irAl! ..it-i'. The convoys of mer- ; I I.titISS.. Under ,this order sixteen families .J.)

'' of till laws of several of the Sou- J ::\* follow-' .I'l. "
printing I ; clnf: ve,- !I- -: > II doubled: in fltuTc'il con.sespien were turned out of doors and their
meeting, be also printed, with a view of them States, in relation; to the 1 Indians \\ illa- |j i:, it i nartftl. $;c. That s.ti-fa/-tioi s !hal: hf nriilf. < c .,1) it I beijii.' known t .at a number ...1 .\lerne; j; burnt down houses I
I before their
the to amount not exrr.-ding l live i-uMons I : eyes. A ofj 'I
from Rhode parry
throwing centleman an
as t : I.lullar" or-i:iii i I> have: put fit to sea. the preparations
Island, ()Ir. Burgs) seemed to consider A ne-. in their let ri((0 na! I limits i as an apprjudage; ; to to Mirh citizens of t lfL'ntrd! : >. .ti--. or to their, leral j jrepresentatives !: 'nrd.iij: at '.,1"1. it i* .\. .!,IrOI.: ihe ('Ilwi oCiIIIii'ILt I j twenty five whiiicsarnied themselves, pursued _
'I
the report of.the Committee on I Indian f- I 'is liad valid: claims: to indemnity \ intt-n-J lj "I.f! .; ':l.iJ"w: at ,icis the J Indians, overtook four, of whcm it is

ce"sary; more light upon the subject. \1r. fairs, presented) by Mr.] Bell of Tennessee, upon) tile French, (.. "niui.-nt, tri .ingout of ilifjral in l!.<' >;i': in::. I said one was killed and the other three taker

II lynes briefly explained the motives which I and previously ordered to be printed. Mr. raptures: detentiyiis, t li i-ilil's! >ei/.ires.! nuii < HIIMMtions lIar MnrJ.it.f'ittim.' .-The! .al,', Iall'pn esirtnieh -
had made commi'.trd !I"'r.:; I tli 1' I tiintit-'! t i If i and handed over to the civil authority of .
actuated him in voting to lay the me- Bell addressed the house len lh.I I' or : iy ( lini'tc',;: th!"- !a-t ti-j. I :I". "iI c o ] n .
: at some *
incmorial the table and declared his; September;htecn luimlrrd : piovi It--t l, Tbal.t!! '(. IM:_. iticluding170; Orle.-iii.- 77 to I Its; JIIJ< I'p- i Georgia.ii .
;
upon The question was upon the amendment ol j! pros isioii5 of this arthall i.wt !I.- i-\tem-.l! to suh I.aul ..iobikA.C.. at r'J' tu H-"Utt: I'.lj: Lt-a lands .\ ihu act of 1802, the to removeiuiiudirs
intention to vote against the printing in l Mr. Foster of modified strikeout J claim as are le.-orilx-d I in I the ronvention 'ollcl(1 l .' power
I Georgia, as to : ;;" 'i he import aie only) C-7 1 bps:| per Sully Indian
whatever shape it might be presented. Mr.' the original resolution, and direct the at ]'aris,, on the thirtieth day of .April eichteon him- .p :11111? 1 I Ii I t. pei AspaMa wrerkrii in our I5ay part of on lands, is vested in the .f. .
I dred and thn-L. 1 hrtwecn tli l.'nitcd, Slates' and tli- Piesidfritt. Ross has uot only decided ihe
Craig, of Virginia, adverted to the length of Clerk of House be ; which w .11 l be more or less daniLgrd. and pci hap. tu- ;
I the to cause to piintcd .
the debate and trusted that to its First Consul of the French Republic nor t'i Miihclaims ii. ely lut.Vliite r"r'h in port lth! il t. triu;:mtlu1 question of right, but has undertaken to en- ,

prevent the original laws of the States extending: .jurisdiction as are. de-si-rihcil in I th; treaty tit \en the I I", i ding: ti.f .\'.- car; o) Jo.lHO() b.ilcs. foice: it with tire and sword, and has called! i
further
extension \ Bell would withdrawhis .
I and) coin-hided Washington. the
States
over the Indian tribes. Mr. Ste- Spain : on :I Till.Iwle >tuckof Cotto.'i mi hand at the several the aid of his armed

amendment, and acquiesce in the printing rigere, after some observations from Mr. Uveiity-.ocond day of February. oi Mi'cn hundred! ::; |"ioit I> uf 1 France; on the :HI!,! (.1 Dec. was only SJilAilfcJ' band to defend him

of so small a document as that submitted Test of Indiana with and nineteen and for lit" I j'iid-itioniiHd! juivmeiit ,i i bales being 'J-J..VJO() le>'than tie jirevioiis vi-ar. and ;ngaiHst the civil process of Georgia. Thus

to the House by .Mr. Burges. Mr. Bell in respect to the fqre- where. provision is mado in the j-ard' yunvcntioii' or j I I less than theloiK. ..t any lime 1 for the last- stvcnvears. much seems to be due to the public. We
going question, moved (hill the subject be referred in said: treaty/' .
/ that
I j I may expect .a statement of the matter .
,
reply, referred to the coarse which the debate ,\'icll'5 fur lh.- : i'II
to the Committee on Indian AflYus ; The second lf'cti'Ipr appnntrnci I' The :;lrs of Common the 20th. were 2300 bag will Le

had taken, and the invidious distinction After some discussion in which Mr. Everett ,j j jof !Sy President ;and S.naSe: of three '' .ioner. I i iI In :n advance IIf:sous.i officially communicated to Coagress! :!

uliit; mialtt Jir tnmlc hotwfen the different I who shall meel in the rify of Wnfiington. and within :j i i FHOM ll.V.NA.-fly the schooner pettey, by tin! ; National Executive, who has, with
:\t.... \lr_ Ellsworth iiiid) Mr. Huffman, '! I,
.
the space of- yoar. hall ex.iuiinu ;and licctihj I 1 (::'1'1 )'lldltl, from Havana, arrived at this port his ;accustojned: promptitude, taken the -
d l that the if-j. the of all I rl.uins, il\l'lullt'lll
j upon amount alldt.lillity i files of and Price
v c-sti-rdaji w c rltind our papers a 'Uits: necessary to prevent further difliculucsl :! .
notion of rlr.COlIIfliitlCC I within the description above inentioi.pj hear and i j:I Curient'of that place to the iitith ult.Ve learn that )l' a siniiur character.
examine; on oath or at1irllliitiou-aud; to award judjiiienl '- ., '
j uill a conspiracy in favor Mexico, had been t' I jovered -
I -irr liny to justice, the! law of nations.; lluj I -- .
< r( j in C'uLu, an.I that xliout f forty iierbdus supposed to
.is to select and I j i! treatv; between the Failed Stat.:.< mnl r'iaric. i>"Ji7t'.1 have t been .ngaged in it, wore arrested. 'J be Havana BENJAMIN WRIGHT offers himsell'a

ie laws of the and the ( ,iisulaiCons tiltoll, of 1'The third I paper*, of the 7lh contain pr clamarit of (j'ov.Vive.s -

judicial doc- :., section provides that payment of such claims. may. isshtd the day before O, to the inhal.itlt.: of.fCula. a Candidate to represent the County

Tote of 107 ; and, upon a division, me memorial tnnes as It uu iu print for the I j I he admitted hy the C muiis- iier.s, to the amount of assuring them ftbe atTection of tin ir hillg. of Escauil'ia, in the next Legislative Coun-
IH.A.\ jiiojin 1 I millions of dollars r-aall be made rata, in
five It'il.
jint and remincfilig the : \ '
was directed. to be printed, by a vote information of the house. Mr. I II I tlelof greatest : II' 1
Sterigeiej such the President of the I iittJI UiVs
j I manner as in tht they in the of t
poso-fc>3 peace tnjc.y. prll't t..1 JAMES PENDLETON
of lOG( the noes not being counted. The I adopted the amendment ; upon which !\Ir.i !J Jj shall pn-icribe. The i iiM!':aining spriii-u* of ihe hill !!! their vyealth. tuidin tbe rid...- 01 their agriculture, but is presented to

remainder of the sitting was occupied in the!.1 i Vinton called for the yeas and nays. They .j I PW\ itl" f for UK org.iniition of tit;. l Hoard, the np-i; fit the -r.iie time declaring in indignant tern.s, that the citizens Escambia Counly, as a Candidate -

receiving of petitions, the greater number of' were about to be taken the question of.' pointment of a r.ecrelary :tnii ( 'Lik. tl.o arnount of1j 1 whoever should' be dttl'ltf dil any l.uMiltMiif a un', I to represent them in the next Legislative .
I upon relative! ,
ComiiuinicaUiais theM
i compensation, X.c. to J ajKain.tt the: Government, vvoulil ino:t a;,urculy be Council. .
which the of the transmission
were on subject -.1| agreeing to it, when, the hour having expif claims are to be addrexsd to the Seerr-tary, and are to punished f for their: treachery.: :
i Wo authorized
of the mails. On motion ofIr. are to announce ED WARDLIVINGSTON J Jt
Sunday red, the further consideration of the subjectwas bo free of postage.-CIuirlctun.Cuurur Charleston Courie. i

! Lewis the House -- -_. DRAKE, as a Candidate
adjourned. deferred. The bill for the relief of -4W I
to Escambia in the
IN THE SENATE. Mrs. Decatur was taken up, and advocated ; Hank uf! ll'i>t I'lorida.-A correspondent states N \, .11 I. represent County next .

March 2d. by Mr. Dayton, until the close of the sittings i that: the Capital of this institution has been taken, t: -- LegblatiConncil.{ ;
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The bill from the House of Representa Previous the of the House !i and' that: it will go into operation as soon as ihe plate-, SAMUEL FRY, is a Candidate for the _
to adjournment ( nit. Ballard.
,p F. S. frigate Brandy : un-
[ be engraved and other arrangements made. We TI. Wil' j next Legislative Council to thttCountv
tives, making provision for taking the fifth Speaker submitted several communications '' can II sailing orders for the coast of SouMi Aincricii.vvason represent
j learn that hp..)Ierchallts} in New Orleans have he- of
census of the United States, was discussed, J I from the Public Departments ; the prill :pal j j I come stockholders to a considerable amount. This Saturday towed by two cteamboHts to her anchorage Escamnbia.:7
"Noith cr."l' understand she will
i in the Hi
together with the amendments proposed by favourable the credit of the hank :
circumstance i is to
SeCrcta'ry
i! one of.which was a report from the the first wind.-.Y. 1. Cir.ttU.
the Committee on the Judiciary to increasethe II and will afford facilities in prosecuting the active i lwe'ed to KCU
of War, in, answer to a resolution of the the SHIP NEW
between Appalachicolaand :
.mmprcuthatn.ustpxist
compensation to Marshals and their deputies house, requiring sucH information on the I. c (hip l.J. districts and New Orleans.-Flo. Ale.Indians TIt Rrnnilyirine.-We have been furnished} with I _

so as to correspond will the responsibility : subject of the fortifications. on the northern' tIC: following; correct list of the otheers attaclioti to the i i.r
Feb. 17lh. Ir1;;0; rr.XfoACOI.'tJnrdl 17th.-Arrived, School'er
labor and the subject V-'nited States Frigate Braaulwinl ;
and importance frontiers of the United States, as it might not u'7ain.-\Ve understand that the circnm- I -Henry E. Ballard, Maryland, Captain ; Wm. L. Trader, Burrows, St. Mark, in 36 boars; bound to c :' ;
to secure a faithful performance of the the interest of the nation late of the United New Orleans.ii'd !
be the interruption
; inexpedient ::, stances: attending i McKeimey, New York, 1st Lieut.; Ii. H. Cocke, I
duty. The amendments were ordered to' i to publish. Another communication wasI Slates' Mail Stage, in its passage: through the Creek \' 2d do.; Richard S. Pinckney, South Ca : Schr. Maria, Baker, New Orleans: cargo to ,: :

be engrossed, and the bill read a third time.Mr I from the of the Treasury nation, by the Indian Chief Tuskena. has been communicated I I rlilla.rtiuia.:;d. do.; Alex. Slidell, l.'w \ tirk, 4th do,; J. C. & C. C. Keyser, II. Michelet, Hyer & Kl _
Secretary
Kane presented a petition from the su- presented I to the Secretary at ''ar. and that an order I I (;. P. Up-hur, Virginia 5th do.; I I. Marshall, Vir- mall, G. W. Barkley, J. Quin and J. 31. Tio. i.

in relation to the customs. The II on.I I has i., ucd from that department to tho commanding i giuir, (;th do.; Sailing Master, John Caillon, Massa'chusetls "4Ui.-Schr. Amelia, Rache, Kew Orleans t' l't t

perintendant of the Female Academy in I James W. Ripley was, on motion uflli coI- i officer at Fort Mitchell ordering him to arrest ; Acting Sailing Master, Neil M. larri ul, sorted.. cargo to the master. _ _

Georgetown, under the direction of the religious IIC30UC, Mr. J/clntyer, allowed leave of absence I Tu>kena, and deliver him over to the civil authorities : Virginia ; Oillcer Marines, Thos S. Eiighi4i.a'! :chr. Mary Ann, Dorr, St Andrew'u Day: (ar- .

order of the Jesuits, praying a donation I of this county. I ;uvlusetts.-Purscr, ''"I. Sinclair, ..i...-"aclu-ett-- go Coni and Oysters to the master. f' ;
of
on account indisposition.IN I : .N-lir. Cannon, Nlcholls _ _
IVew "
Orleans.'
public property in the District of Columbia I SEN.j1E.I 1 Surgeon, Wm. P. C. Barton, IVnsvlvanni ; (111-1
'flI1ial.-Tle General; Court Martial sitting Mr. Mclaughlin ; Assistant i f: I jr.tli.-Sehr. FJizabeth, Fors>th, New Oilcai-.s-} f :
in aid of that institution. Mr. Hcn- March 3rd Court ) laiu. Kcv. _
via Mobile assorted
I with the trial Colonel (.. R. II. homer, Virginia ; : cargo to order. ; !
Maryland
:
;
through S. Coulter, .
dricks presented a memorial from the Legiss I I The President communicated a remonstrance from Washington lilt-hard Smith, got of Marines, on Saturday; and on Midshipmen, 5. V, nliut Miss; \\'. } Gmnes, March 2411-Sailed, Schr. Caunon, Nicholls, .\t- J"1'

l lajureof Indiana for | from sundry citizens of Pensylvania, npainnt any in- after ,.Maine ; Jno. E. Ilolt. pal.ichicola. ;1
praying an appropriation commenced will' Coin. Creighton ; : ; hayward _
aid in the of terfrrence on the part of Congress with the existing Monday the of IIolTman, and then that Jr.Virginia Chare:. New York ; D. XI. M"ks 2"lh,-Schr. Maria, Carson; New Orleans: I':*,. 1 '
to improving navigation which case Captain Virginia ; Irving
i laws for the emng and transmission of ihe mail on I "'II') ) Bricks '
oj Schenck, Ohio U. by J Alurrell.andTOBalesofColton ly : _
he with. J. F. ; geiuiiies !
were to proceeded North Carolina ; i
the of Purser Zant/.inger
Wabaih and While Rivers. The President -I Sunday; and Mr. Marks presented a memorial from 11. Hyer.
G. F. huiinou "
Martin! at which Colonel Crane : Acting Midshipmen, l' _
of the Senate presented three memo- the name State, praying that so much ol'the Post Office : The Army Court Maryland ; Virginia J, Hnnhrevs. .. __-__ :: .
presides, wa organized in Philadelphia on Tuesday: \Vermont ; G. F. Crump ; -
flats from the blacksmiths and manufacturers laws as requires secular labor on Sunday, may be at the Navy Yard and .proceeded' on the following Penu.; P. John oo. N. II.; G. Lansuig. New York; NOTICE. : .i'Jjj
and also fr. C17 ladies of Pitts-
I'
of hardware in the city of PhiUdel- repealed ; a petition m morning, in the case of Cpl. Miller ofdie Marines. T W McGrudeIklnrvland G. B. Aleigs, Georgia I' a.I' a.I _
burg praying that Congress may protect the Southern R. J. weeksrf PT dale, I shall pply to, the Pri _
N. Y. Jaxctte. L. Maury, Virginia ; Ferry, l\la.I''lnd ; SIX
L. ;
\v.
; hia, praying a reduction of duty on the materials I Indians. Mr. Frelinghuysen! presented a peti- :, South Carolina! ; M. S. Stokes. North Carolina Justi< e of Jatksou Ctnntv Court, for NJI:' TN.-. .
tion number of the inhabitants of I. Ring Administration tie izziSvvOh the cf 4 .. iFaircbilds ,
of their manufacture. Several other from a Burlington The property Qf the Spaniard driven from Mexico !- ; T 31. Taylor, Kentucky ; G. A. UnderwoodNew estate < >

memorials, petitions and resolution were I New Jersey, remonstrating against the removal to the mother w York U. P. Welsh, Ohio ; W. h. Willumwin deceased. j -
and who will not return country
the Indians to the West. Several other petitions, MARY FAIKCHILl w _
Jamc Fvanu New York
BoaUwain :
)presented and. millions dollars, whichis New Jersey ;
jjfessr
by Tyler, King estimated at nearly thirty
Mes- March 10th 183C-4-CU
memorials aud resolutions, were presented by WL.. __
Maiue
and JLoadoa. J. U. Pyder, ; Carpenter' ,
Wflp.rjh.iiry. .Jfr ,Koibt' (eli 4 tg owe U g: Silsbc King, ;-Noble, Ellis, Foot, Chase, Tyler, invested at Paris, Uordvaux titmaer,

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-"-- NAVY AGr Orricr ) Tho Florida. We
.. : l"S Notice.IN Territory trek Notice.ALL
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'Ulrf1I'.. t'QI Pensacola, 1st March, 1S80. ) District I Superior Court, City of .
puisusnce! of an Order 0"| the IlonOtable t the pPrana indebted to the-
"- EALED Proposals; will be received at PENSArnr.
from Jllackicood's Magffiim i for January, S CVmntyCoiirt for the County of EscHinbia, Icnsacola. 1 E OFFICE for Subscription 7 ,
this Office until the first day of April]I AI!
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THE: FIRST CIA! 1IAIK. I vertising and lob Printing, ate ,
requested
400 tll.CnS of land Wednesday 9th December 1829. to mat.
hand her next, for supplying the U. S. Naval Hospital immediate: payment. e ;
matron at her mirror, \>';.th her upon
The at Cantonment Clinch, until the first belon to the William A. Dell, on behalf January 13th. 1P30. .
inc of
; estate Domingo Gonzalez deceased -
brow, : clay of April 1831 (unless sooner removed]) "ill !hI gold atPUBLIC of! l.olli..a. Brauam,
Pits gazing on }her lovely fw '-a*c leHI.f'n now \S. } In Chancerv.. William Drummoml 1Htnry
with the following articles. The quantitiesand AUCTIONat
4 Why doth rite lean upon her hand with such a look John Davis, Gabriel Taar rs I
title: of delivery to be designated by the the Court House in the City of Pensarola, on und Ellen Footer.: Daris. ) :

Why steals of care that? tear across her check !-*\\M t-ccs her; Surgeon : viz : Tuesday, 23rd 1 of \] arch next, And now, to wit. on Wednesday, the ninth IN this case n Writ of Attachment! hat ;iSSl1rd

first hair. Black Jack Fire Wood to be at 12 o'cbck, M. ; to satisfy and pny the debts of day of December.1 in the vear of our Lo d ono I I returnable I.f. the Su{ erior Court of Escum':
gray the said ceased : the s.id: Land bring one uno'ii : hundred I 'tia County. SaM' Iavt.. and all others' in'rru.
corded on (lchrcr r. tided i half of Ei lit }bundled nrpens tiluatcil' on I thousand eight t nnd twenty nine, I ..d. me hereby, notified to appear and lead to the
Time from her form hath ta'en away but little of ifIII. the bank of the river bt Mary Ilf' (;l1h t'7.. appears before the Superior Court of WeFlorida : D. I htrwim' ,

gist'G t : Fresh Beef mid Vegetables.Soft M. Crupper, in chancery setting, tie!, said Com- Match I !2th, lS30).-2-6t

hath (' beauty of hi'r i plainant and it the Court that 1-
.touch of thought dignified Clrrk Kscarnttiu County! Vvurt.l ; appearing to Letters of Administration

face ; Bread and Milk. l hy> 'V.1hu't'Il IIlIlltD., C.. that the said Louisa Branam claims to he afire A\-ING! been obtained I 1'7 JAE Nmrr, npLJ 0(

Yet she might mingle iu the dance line maidens The oiiVis! : to furnish tho} FIRE WOOD Pen .ar/lla. j i'th.lan.:1' : +: .-48-9tTerritory woman: of colour, and that she has been ; the rotate of tile late i1

gaily trip, trill!! be received separately erroneously called Eliza June and states that : FERULXOMII. NJSKET ;

So bright is still her }hazel) rye, so tirauufnl !her lip. Karh Pmpoal must!' state the specific of Florida she was brought to Pensacola by the said all those im'cbtcd!' to paid Il.-tatc: are rP'Iu .!ted to main, .

Western i District) Siperior Court Jolw' Davis, and that she was born in Cain immrd.ate payment and those to whom the I'-tate:
Cord for Wood n
amount the amount 1 ,
]per per im} bI">d!
The faded form is often marked by sorrow more than den, in the State of South Carolina, and ( are requested to prcM-nt their claims 'fr
Kscainbia
for I'ci-f and Riead
pound and thc amount : County. srttk-uimr to DenjKinm D. Wught I MI. Nlh 1
agent fur
years; Gallon for laised by the Rev. Isaac Smith, 'it\\o\\ now resides .' ndrninistratriz.Pen.aenla.JanuarvZb1.10.1. 1 I

The wrinkle on the cheek may he the course of secret P'jr lUilk.Josiah Colston FALL TKR3MS29.Public on Pearl River ; and it also appearingthat I : >-> r. ?

tears ; NoticeIs the said John Davis is not found within

The monrnful hp may murmur of a lot C it i roc'cr confer Acting Xary Agent. this District, and that( the said Gabriel TURf Tax Collector'sSale.

2-! 1:1. Hereby G i in'll and Ellen Foster disclaim all !interest in thi

And the dimness of the eyo betray a heart that cannot I matter : it is ordered: that public notice: bo .
.. Notice.AT Junes Qi'in, i TilT tbissuit ha' h ccn in-
rest. r.* /--litufrc\\ bv. tittiichtnrnt: ) in thE: published in the Pensacola Gazette, once a WILL BE asoLDOc

a ;Mcfthuy of the Heard of Directors >f the JJ'itfiinn O'Mfarn.: upcriKr' Court, l"sciinbiarountv. week for the spac, of two months! citing and

But SAc hath been a happy wifethe lover of her:" Joint Wharf fc{tock Company l The,. Drfn.hr.t rind ;.11!! other persons in- admonishing the said John Davis and all the 3rd Saturday in April,
tcl"t'iC'cI J are IHTI-IA! i itiij'tircd. to ana plead to
he appear other interested be 4 T the Court iIou-50 floor of the
youth following Resolutionserp adopted. the Dcrliuati'-n.) ; < I persons or claiming to County
May proudly .laim the smile that pays the trial of Jlcsaltcd hat the time for the }payment of fife I'ej/.s-u-oIa.J.-uiiiary Sth, l :li--1f -13t.Notice interested in the said Louisa!; Crari:mi alias \. of j.ickson, in the Town of jMaii.tnnn Z ,

this truth; dollar! ?, remaining due on 'arh sharp of the Whaif Eliza; J-tue, to be and appear before the pursuant to the Revenue Law of 1828:: the
Stock, as required \Iy> a resolution of thin Hoard of
A sense ofslight-of loneliness:-hath never Inni-hcd pith Juno 18'29, bo" extended: to the first day uflarda Court at the next term thrrc-of! to beholden'. following propei, for C lSla.SO .

sleep ; !\ next. .. at the Joint' ( (House! in thr Ciiy of Pensacola Acres of Land lying in said County,

JJtrlife hath boon cloudless one;-then, wherefore Kcsi'lrrr, That na the sense of the U-nrd. it is par- SIX weeks after date, I shall apply to on the HIM Moud.sy; of :May heal, to interpose on the waters of Chipola{ levied upon.i

doth she weep ? ueey- rpcoiumemh-d to those 't"l'l.holtlf'C"ho! 1 presiding!! Justice of the County ( their clint to the! said coloured woman, to satisfy: Amos Aycock's taxes due 30 era's.!
have l/iilcil: in pnviiii; lire last: extra' laliiipiit; to '
pay| O\CT the -aiiie; h' the Treasurer of the Company ( ol.rt ofKscaniia: !; County for letters. of nail) to aujwer to the bill of complaint! herein 1 (ffe Acr"s"of Land lying in sa ill'

She ]looked her raven lockswhat thoughts lie li;ire the expiration of the tiinp throe mentioned Adin-niMration: on thestito: of itrI.! U County on the! waters of Chi pol a,
upon ,. iiKinli-r/ that the :Stork:: in.iy luj rdic\: cd t fioni mcuiubrancv A fioni the Hecor.l.W. ovied to John Clarke's
true satiny(
did they recall, ) tic Juan Fernandez' Deceased.PensacoLi : coj-v; upon. !! Taxes
.... > as early. as J'm.t i aide. rue: ?I',"> < ,2 renis : ;1..0.
[
r I Hasell Hunt
r..ht..t..1.-, ---- .1..1.1 : Jlfllur 11 (-/ou'.fl/r
Oh : u..t ? ..itrue Copy.J. :. "
; : JI J 1 (liflfe Acres of Land 1.ring in said,
duct for 1 ball: I G. Drake, l\1a'rrldjll! I .1o-2-if Clci' Supr. C ouri. W'rst Florida. County the ,
on waters of
,
sinhad '
JU11a Chipo-
of ere
back thoughts early ,
Y --
They brought ---- .
I Sun(II ry. Iaevied! upon to satisf'JoIJn.CaIHluell'.i
loarncil! to cheek n-woh.: : r,.", l"IIt-, :l-tf Domingo Turri \ 11T : Taxes l due }
$4,20 ccnu also
Vrs : ,
artificial wreaths the curls that sported u.t:: her
With Louis (;iigiut.Irublk1. : 1 GO Acres of Land in said! County
neck. NO'l'lCE.T ';,,"ir.'y i it tea'i\ \, nlH-r havirg ii iuly' m-ulp and
Notice pul"','' l.j-c rl! a last"ill and Tp. aniPiitheifiu :b-! lying on the waters of Apalach-
the llIl crilirr : I Il colnlevied upon to satisfy Benjamin:
'IPI.ClilllcJ i I'.xccutorho has Fosques
'iaicli !
She} sccmr-d to feel her moaner1: hand pay li?1.tiy llll: I nder-igni-! has eell..tit; ut' Is Hereby Given, ,! l t-cI l and t.iki-n; upon 1imst'IIthe execution thoimf. $2,70 cents : also
through her hair, ADAM: GORDON EBl I II I All persons iiuicl led to the psf.itPare rt'fju'iilpIIICl Acres of Lana I
}. HAT this suit has \been commrnrpcl l IIY r. 1 G (f& ; laying! in. suM
kind-: :
And draw it from her brow, to leave 3 kip of T fta'h-i j makp illn1l'diH't' payment and! those!' to ui.oiuilie/
in 111f'} (,* ot"Ksraiij'i! : C'.un county on spring cn..k-Ic\'i'd i
Attornry al LllrXD 11II'lIt >upcrinr tart : coati is imicl! ,tfjo prpsent: their claims for 1 upon
lies there ; the ty. The })f.i.! Mont! and other person;; iutt;rc She !seemed to view her father's! !! imlff nn-1 i A-el .\ :Tn1 uotitl.'d to :jpoir and |plead.! JOHN DI LA IUT \. rents : also, .
ful touch, IVa-acoia->th I CI). 1 IfiJO.: -1-(Iw.
That sometimes pla} feigned to steal away the cmU she X. S. P.\RM\vnr.n: I'q.)., his; Agents ;and j Erclttor. $3s 0 Acres of Land in said county, T. g,
Persacola, O.tobpr t1lh> 1S29.NOTICE. K. 11 adjoining A Foster, lei.ilupon : (
much. Attoinev in fact: in'tlli.. pi.ice.W. .
so Notice.
prized -- ---- --
to sntMy a balance due Qn Robert

Hasell I Hunt.Pen I Jones' taxes of $ [1,15 cenis : also
Tirritnm f I'i ) ilnBr.MAMLN' ,
ur' oh deem it not> !
1
,
And note she sec her first:;: gray r-co1.!:!. 1-st t ehraary: Fat--;) :Z:>\)-(*rnof J-flllfrlJa; Cfroj 5 I II r;{1 Snlisciiber. ffstamt-ntory excc'ttorof the -9 A' h Aries of land in said county ac-
a clime -- ------ i H. late Vnijo (;..rl" :t those who have A UU
I: JIH.V\GAN! rtqucst :joiniuir! i leaving applied h (to
when she beholds the first!' footmark lrrrlturll Flurittti claims ;< ain-.t the said l estate to ...>nt their upon
Tor her to >> 'I j pre iici -
weep
J HuttoIatit'u] sill, of tlc; !ate J.ii.i! satisfy: J. C. Lester's taxes due $1,014: 1 cts.JllaO .
(oiint bur and!
of Tim Western ifistrirt said parmpiit ; those ii.drbtrd to the
; Superior Court j Cuulf'} uf county, 'e i4-u.
: vane to settle within tlc ,.h01lt'sl.h"\,. ,
She knows that one by one, those mute mementos Ordered.'fiat
Jackson.DLO.' ;: I ANTOMO I POL. 8 0 Acres of land; in said county on Chipol.t -

will increase, TiiiA: ; 11,23. I 5.Itur.1'rt ,'ie 1 ITili d.iy lit( \prillll'xt, nt tou' l'cncncola, O. 'tobrr 11, ISiL': -37tf, levied upon to satisfy: t John ?\lc.Corniick's .
And steal'youth, beauty, 'trcn 'h away, till life itself: I I.Tun.l1.'Ill:1 < I..l..K, A. .M I lie appoint' d 10 pin the sni'; ,
-
-
Bra''-'-r'yti > --- t'xes: lilt si,03 cts. : ;tl.>o,
HI (lie lifii1-" of Jaincx bpillitiaii: in Fhrirh! wl.rio '
t-hall: cease. 1 > IX CHAXCT.RV.An : : :.ill\ I'r""a,, iniutPatcd, ran ajijH'.ir; :I lOcI slioviraiiNf I i lA. FRESII Sf1iLY i & I'! Acres of land! in sid; ? county on

'Tic not the tear vanity for beauty (11tl: wme- fey lJflwt!,y. ) If .'11)' ihf}' hate, wlisaut U'ill sl.iiuli! fI'll F. l"I: .iIl1l3J.II', rif.M.M!: CLOTHING, ]ins 'l tlc: wa't-rs of Cliipol.-i[ to '-Mfy

Yet though the blossom may not t-igh to bud, and Application for a Divorce.' ; lie iiilinitod In pritljaip aid that liii! nrderhe':' aimedsnd (fur sale! !i'y tile L'nder.i-rir.l;o. f S-alll" s 1'. HII.>' t-iYi-: > chic .*'.?,r>r> cts : also. ,
hllom :le: in- Ital't!'t'tlipti'th.: ; ":iti-f.i:: < lion (:( tic! Cfi-jt that. I I:iiblU'iP/1! in 1.t' ['tnsacoia (;azclIC, ai.d ,--1 n.'tl on
remember wilha; fi-vlhgofrearr', the ik-ffinl nit ii-Mih i :,.; out, 4if I I Ili4. Tcriil-J i I ". It is the); hearts itiaiu.ns; If'tyll.'I'llttotllj'. (,'OX''LSTV(; OJ' I 8h ACJOof: land! in said; count, 01%
but ; '
1'>>
It 3.9
cannot tH'rr'n'rd'n.el.! :; liat thus f.:f..r I... : '1 li'f heating; ; ;::1\I I Tlv'itcieP..1. IlIucU. l'in.\\, and| Green Rnmliazeen1oitces Diy ned, levied upoti to s.t ttis-t
forever on-ti.e.;uuuper snu *v r.-ui'y: t tAh ,
The spring tl..* li<'\t trim ol'th-! ( :(.:.Mt.. \ w I ( :: and I'1 rock Coat y Tliomas Glr' tixt; > due I e3,.:) ets. : ;sKnI
i II i is diiUier 0rd'| -Ji-.l I C. C. _
ff't. that e'rf'f ilii-unlcr! iC- r
;: I .\e..I! ("ircal iall -d Ab Acre lt.iflJ J s. ::; I ;
::: and! !I'leiich Linen du. with Kiif ? 5,1. :
\ ill -.-. !- r ) IP: I-. .VJ ifTo n
Pe':1 i,2-Wi
I'u'ili'hi'd IIIW iiic : < ; II 'iJ7
Ladv heed the monitor: ihy mirror ttll iLr I j :tt!'I!..joE: '}.. fur; linmiiialH!. :i-':.....-'. fi.! i --- v -.11 ici". ol n .9, to >;.itiiiy S
t truth- ., .JftI t..1. Loft E t-, '\'l"ll:\ V.t r3t:' tuxes due sl.':'O cis. : ;il>o,

assume: the matron's folded nil, rc -.i lie v.-jca:'.' 1 Cll t; 'iJ .L;; Tj d' d 1c. A< ies of I lactt lniinngsaid county:

of youth : I :. Nancy Branllry d fondant in ;ii; i i;I Fin'.11.10! UIII l fiilletl J n' ii F'iirt! < ; Clack Iral- Ja. m2 on Chipol-t, to alti,:>(y W. Spouts

(;o :-bind l it uu thy) dausher 1 *# brit% in Ices ihou'i' ]I _._--in-( ---iU-:- -- ---- --- -------- suit in C'hanccry' : (It'i< )(-111110-t in J I M i.ui i!'..iTnViiK. cotton and IlO'.iety slot Us ; ;_ilk'l.hu. packer horse Lan'krrrbiri skin' lic.ner> rand Jr's taxes due! ;;:2,40 (tso. : al.,..o.

still look fair, ;'\.\Vy ,A UrritIVills.icol and buen gill\ '01 No. 1-12: in tIle Town of J aii.ir.ii.i -
I' (;fx 1"-; ;:, i fief Jaclibon: Superior Court, gloves ; ( ton niul worked susgenders ; 1 L o t
Twere \\ell would ail learn "i"I: wIll 'b'I, ..:Id the !, .i, I Dec.( J I-t t 1'x'29.1 |> ] | ; Id rk"liite and seal hats, of fine fJlIJ1i- ; in said coun'y! leved

jirsl gray h.;ir.J..int' /iOALLI) l'rojlo'd!is still !.-1' I leceivcd! at Florida. C5, Iau latest f.tshi'M., rifts n general supply of upon to satisfy \\'. Smith's taxes due 45; cents:
,
k': this OlVice, iir.ti;! the first t dIY of April'' rw, A KJ: ;NOTK.r., that I shall en the fir< ATon- : BOOTS *; written l.v N. P.Villi* for litctriij i,:rprnnrr So. clay of April in tll- present year at (':::itjn in r1 llc of OiiC
Q J Cfe Acres of land on waters -
in \Var.\liam Ma-; 0. leW.: an.l .I..t'y: : \ .ml l at this} ;: jJaco with
41 Look not the trills iclun it ;:? nvi.' I Hil'p. .\n/aIJ! I.Iyl11'ISI0n' Joshua Sloant1. J.HIIPSI ; $) c. i i.J. Town o'r Marianna adjoining a part of hc

iipon 1'noVLiius.; l FIKE woo:D I I ll.irtrll.! Dan.-l) Iloriy, Charles (; 'e. J.iM.r.-: : :?\I-\'il-: J. O'Neill.! Store hoist lot of Pct ;ridge and! :ant I. nil
f
j lall. and rontiinip from day to civ.: until to t!: carte arr .
PensacoliMay12tii! : I I. l !9.-1 1 Jtf. \ not known, levied upon to satisfy.L. M.
Look not upon the Wine when it for one: The wood the 1 pompIi'U : to ,be read a-s coterie in the suit: dnp I
year. for tltaJroll[ Stones'! taxes due $1 0,97 z cents : ;;]Ko,
Is red within the < ndiiur! :!: :dn vphfnin I am complainant' : and
Stay not for pleasure cnp when s'ie fill to be of the Kind! commonl cilrd! () 1 j ttnllei'e I i e'f: 'ildallt.; Notice.ALT H TCb Acres ,of lnulon; *the Cliipoh{ : ad-

(;1\ en uinlt-r my II-m d? t'jiday of February, l .:iJO.I Ji. UU i joining Mcindcll and others in said
Her tempting beaker up 'll'I. 'L'I. persoll'I the I:..ta'e of Jolin :
Jonathan Brantley.bmaryQOtli levit-d ; Uichard II.Long's .
Though clear its'! depth, and rich is glow, row Ipce.'tsed, HIP bfi ttiy totaled that| the !: county! upon to sitisly;
A spell madness lurks hclow. c That for the :N.ivy Yard to beOUHl ,good- ( r(- -.72-IfPublic t'lulersijucd! Clt-tk of the County Crnit will ex- taxes due $(),?J cents : ;:lso,

oflicio r.dniinistiT on aid INtMtt-: : pursuant to Jill '! 8g** Acres of)land in 'i::i(1 cotnty on Sj,rinj'"Crcek.
$ Ofllf.i order of the Hon. the 1'ri'j.uliiig lodge! ot the I
They say 'li,. pleasant to thc lip. Notice County Court, all persons havilftll.v. demand: I lyinV.. 12 5.V.. See. i ,

And merry on the brain I)ropos; tls will iKo) lir rr'coi\ <) They say it:itur8 the slugn-h:! blood time for the the : Yard 155 delay. >. Welih'N taxes due } ti,5'O( cents : rlso, .
delivery at Navy: of
Y. Cruziit, THAT this suit has beenrs.
Joseph )]
And dulls the tooth! of pain. I the II. G. Ramsay ONE DILLXAnD T.li3Z: 1
wuclnow : on
iJ ( cut on the Live Oak Plantation ; J instiliufd by .ilfachmrnt iiiCarl. ,
Abut \\ithin its glowing d,*epa oppooit" this [place.Those .,"; iJr I'Ulirrf, ;. the Superior' Court Isc:! iti;- Clerk.! the nionday following in the Town of \\ <-LIjiile -

A stinging serpent, unseen, sleep3.Its 110 ofler .1.IRiiiisfruf'r; f j bi.i 'onuiy.. TlipdpfendaiiiCtnln 1'al}'on County, October IHtli i 182i>- 3tt f. \" levied upon I ;as a the pioprity o,- Jtincs: ;
persons \\ proposals for the DC I'tllurs. J iud nil other! persons inlc -- _______ 0- .__ __ Marshall his
due 7A
to satisfy taxes $7!),:.r cts.
contract will !State diP] )jirici'r! coid. AH stid t err And
| rr lu-rrln required to appear, plead toIhi \\ice isH rcii'i
: light will turn to fire, ; \\, Andrew G. AJavs
rosy the
wood
I t l to be deliveied! : ) ;it the \at v Yard i' dt-claiatiuii. V ,
Itscoolnosa' change to thirst, I 1'oiid} and security will I lie icqnired for the TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCEIT Tar Collector, J. C.

And by kg mirth, within the brain 1:1: it"fill performance of t the I contract.t Public Notice AT James i'arker is dead!, earl that letter .Jackson County, Dec. 2-1, tS'JfJ.-47-trfs!
T
A sleepless worm in" nur! 'J.Therc's
For
further
information apply at this O/lice Adniinistrr.tion on his estate hate beta

1 not bubble at the brim Charles P. 'It utt 7.S HKKKIIY GIVEN, granted to the Subset iber. All persons indektedjto! .!. I LtflHUG9IIArI'S
That dues not carry food for him. Pctho Sans \ THAT this suit him been insti- the pstate are requested to male immediate pjinpnt -

.Ylll'. 'cnt. rsTrresa I tilted by attachment in the Supe I and those! to uliom the estate u indebted, to
i Then dash tht brimming cup aside, -12-tf. lint\ l\ nor Court r.seninhia: COllllty-1 pu-scnt their laims nit/iin the time prescribed bj BOUTS AND ShOES.

And spill its purple wine Lorenzo Urn and I The Defendant and all law. J O 7 riELLI'fJI
riloixr.H Iliu. J sons interested are hereby required James Fitilay
Take not its madness to thy lip, I ,
I $3 Reward. to appear and ;ji'i-nd! to the Declaration j Administrator ,\5 sreciivi rl a fashionable aiaorJmfnt: oi
Let not its curse be thine. PI'1I8.10Ia. Oct. aO.I, 18-JU-:3Dlf. I Winter and Spring
i i I; KKiD! flout I PensacolA OcX. 24. Ig29.-3ri)-9t. I
'Tin red and l'ich-hut grief and wo I D this! Post, on the I'Jth nst. _
1', v.tte (fJUJ@tW][! @
Are hid those rosy! depths! belI !!)\\". NAVY A(; r-T'S Orricr.:, JPrnsacola NOTICE. 1wldch

John Fuller Dec. Ut, 1829. j he otTers for sale low for Cauh.!
T t un: Underjigned has received instructions to ARE
AMONG: WHICH
of .Mail.: ,. ahoMt 22! years of as<'-. r feet 7 inches: EALKI Proposals will he received at pi event or punish the cutting of valual.lelimber ;
1 Notice.IN 'high;; I..I7.I-1 I hair S the Public Land. These instructions Black, blue, bruvn ami olive dress: and frock superfine
eyes candy and fair complexion, this Office until the {first day of April upon rl ih
anal! l.y vcnipaiioii Live Oak and! Cedar butt <>
4 ptPvions 10 enliatment. a dark- extend not only to ,
t consequence of some recent arrnufenientr :<.nii 1ho'tcr will aj-prehend the onid' Fuller, next to supply the1'est India Squadron and '-Timhcrofevcrydescriptionakenfraln the Pub CATS: & :AN TALooNS.

t Philadelphia, it ha; become IIP .I'S.II v to> ft:.d uplivPr him at i II I;:s or any other parrot Station Navy Yard with lie Land, for the purpose of Shipping, for the, use Bang up cord, cabsinct'liling! and .;Circassian
bring the busiuris of the subscriber to a close as ill (lie United Status, shall receive the above of Saw Mills &,C'." It into be understood bowevei

ns early AS pra't c.!lle. All peis; +ns indebted! icw.ud. Fresh Beef that the instructions do not apply timber used for VESTS"

are r.- black and fiRMJec! s
., without delay and those' aims! will D. plain :
having <
Bcnj. Wright
Lt. Commanding.M ii NDVegetables. iipt, fan. y and plain silk, blue and black cloth
t please present them for p:rm nt The stack onlaml
M \ DEPOT U. 8. Attorney. With a val ply ofHOUND
comprising: a general n-1')(1mI'''t. \\ ill hrold ,
,; eiihei' wholesale or retail, at rvluccd pricts I'jnsacola, I' J el1l1ary 2iit. IR30. Pensacola 7th Nov. 182336tf.NOTICE: JACKETS,

for CASH, Cotton, or opprnverf : r.J.JCl'rifoOn. -
-- FOR ONE; YHAK. Fine fiillrd and plain Iiisii linenZHIItTS
Jr.

Pen acoia, March 12:'. 19.:'.'> -2-' t Notice. The proposals to state the price per poundof :

A- A Ciinn\DLK: to au order\ of toe County heef ant1 the terms upon which the vegetables !iiJJIE] subscribers having concluded to remove to duck, check, cotton and flannel to.
'a. Torn, Mil l Ill' sub! HI PI.bic! Auction nn the will le furnished. A New Orleans, and wishing to bring their business -

4 Notice. I !1..1 of 'l 1.y next, -it the Navj 1'l1'rcar Point, to a close as scon as pos' (i'IE: :, request all persons DBA fcHtf JtaiJfcw *. .i.
A DWrLLING l'UE Bond and security will bo required for the indebted, to make immediate payment, and
r IX weeks after date. I shall: apply to the PTCPI j, fhl' : faithful performance of the contract. those having demands against; the firm, to hand in Clack Italian: silk CRAVATS, i
1 siding Justice of the County C" urt of Ju'ksonI property\ : ofJauu-s Parker deceased For further this Office. their accounts, and they will be paid.! Tho small plain and fancy d().
1 Tciin information at
of Sale apply
County: for Letters.f Administrntion the rtale: CAMI. ) stock on hand will be sold low for Cash, to close the Silk' Handkerchief. (;saves, Hosiery, striped Sus
a of MieitAEt.!. llcwsox: dacel cd. James Finlay Charles P. Tutt, concern. pendrrs Hats and Caps

L. M. tfnc. Administrator. Navy Agc71t. I Austin & Finlay. with Domestic and Piece Goods.i ,.

Tallahassee, 22d November,182)-44tf. M-rch 1st, 1330. .,.8'f{. 42-tf; March! 20th( J330-&- .. lj :\c'Anl i FrOruary 7, ISW)-
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