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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: April 17, 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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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V I'L. VII. PL\Sl\COL:1, SATURDAY APRIL 17th, 18(30( NTO.7- '!

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\ U Wi.KlLT, BY Brantley'J CompPt. ) Iv CHANCERY: on Johnathan Drantley, Complsituur*, > I For M
compens-uion to the First For
the
Comptroller Clerk
t r#. >nppflcnuv/n for 1)Nancy ;- VS. >lXancy Cu-- : .. .... 1_. compensation to. in the l II t "I
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I Of lllU TllUMIlj tit'tt. -v .l C. L .1.1 ; .A"*_.. -f .!. G*..f"n f.. ..1 nlnr4 l.. 1
:rnB.OME D. IV100IIU, iJrantley, Deft jvorce.ITnnpeanns ; Bri'.ille\. Dr'ft'J"Iant.! S ; ** A va >rw
: to the ....J1iQfI'ticJl1 i : of Court that: tlie! rll" IIi:, day rune the "or"p'...;n.iJiT (liy, liiCi'tln't! 1. dollars. ] died and fitly dollars. ''I t j

FOR THE PUOPRtirrOK: '!:iU-s o-it! of th.- Territory is therefore K_ and! M' :apnr.mii'to I : the; Court by the: alt:flat it !i For compensation to the Ch-rk.. md Mes- For contingent expenses of said office, i f i

ordered that this mil; be ret for hearing: at the Char'o, F. :Ott'\v.Trithat. Lie: feiiiljnt! r" -nl(', out i I -en"ers! in tHe Office of the First Comptroller two hundred and twenty dollars. I '.

ubhaher the LaViB I nett term of tin- Court. of the District: : mid Tt'rrito.y, atlll] laO! not :-Aerril nineteen thousand one hundred dollars. For compensation to the Clerks i in the < (!!,t I; ,
It further ordered that a copy of ttr! -nrdcrhe piin- the lull (fonijhnnJ, ; tit: :;{! in ll.H ('::1-1'. It j is tlt.'rt'- .i I
6.)10' THE li-hed in mule one of the authorised nrw-papei' > for( Inruonli'H'i'. !tli.j.! ; : '.:;ioaid! : .;.rti'n+1.tut nj-r-vir !!Il'j't', l For compensation to the Second Comp- office of the Quartermaster General, rvvc i: If. ;

three monthssiirtrswtljr.: on or bets f lrt' tilt' :-ci'n:.d :\j"nnof! JIlIlI! i'f.\t. and l t ttn troller of the Treasury, three thousand dollar thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars. ,

UNITED STATUS, A true cO\') from the minute*. < ..tvertht' omp.'aiian-foili 1 ; : iierein.! the sine "!un; I i ". For contingent expenses of said office, fivo '

RUYAX, ClerL bo taken lor;' coji"f-f: : 'il l a,!ain-t her. ami t13;\' n./t'fi-; j I, For compensation! to the CItks and! Messenger i hundred and ninety-seven dollars and fifty ;
AM or THC ,V. D. F. lln-rein! ; .
Marian Jackson County: : lt'T.t acjordiiiply.Aixl i ; .<
in the Oiikeof the Second
I IKitf.. il if.irt t !.eroidor-'d tl.atn oft'ii-a-d: llif. : : Comp- cents.
larch JOtli.( :; : copy t : : t t
TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. I I TholU'.uell' Compl'Attorney. ;>:r" ..jj!ii.i) : nrdr he p1I; i'fled in :s.:>tne n-u-j.: ;ij.r of:I. toller, ten thousand: four hundred and fifty I For compensation to the Clerks and Messengers : : r I

thiji.ti::-'', once .1 nioi'h ft.rlburinoiii--i t .\ f.-i i; rlv. aOId!I! ....,,;:. in the office of the Secretary of the i

EiU.S. Bank of West Florida.SUKhholnVri I, 1 I i For compensation to the First>> Auditor! of: Navy, eleven thousand two hundred and fifty .
A ,,' from tilt: t
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FIVE DOLL.\RS peranaum. in arin. if payment \ : C.M'V. cur.if "
Ill: : of the Bank of \\>-! r."ri.ll S. DRV.\.N. ('l';. i: tin1 Tre.isiny:: three thousand (Jolla!s. dollars. .
i" tl ferret six month! J51A DOl.LAIfSswill 4 'I' ar' L( relit; uotiliedthat! agreeably: !'! tn. the pru- : :\1:1rtI.Jd.,11: : :: f'(.IIIt'V.: \ F n. 1''. i For compensation to the Cleiks ;'ird Jessj'tiirer I For deficiency in the appropriations cf .

\\tf io<]iurotl. I Inr."n.rti"'Jnr'nt vi-ions of the charter. election! will be lead! l at the! :\t..r":1: :!':tb. J.H. !t in the Ollice of the First Auditor, one thousand eijiht! hundred and twenty-nine, ,
ill'r.d! r r.iruou-Iy! at ONI': CII1J11' House in thu! town! of -'Jari'IIt; 1. on the! :hhdw I That, tl.tit! :t'l.!:! ( ":uplr'1.luurn+'s. 1 in the office of
I! ._,_ __ ._.....__ ___ I this tern thousand: nine hundred dollars. I for salaries of Clerks tlc
DULL Ml for Tfourteen f line o r !lei. for I of A'rilllf[ 1t. for e\en Directors to manage the .4 ::) ::0 i iI
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!! nt!'airs ot s.nd Dank.Rt11t1J1T. I ; :;: : :: t i For compensation to the Second( Auditor Secretary of the Navy, four hundred and ii.i ii.

the fir-t ia"fit1n.! mill I'irTT..VTS.' 1 .for cad : 111vER1DGi: I \....'.:......,.......... ,,... ..,..('. ,....<.... /. ',_I ," """/'':.0)!';t I: at'i the i TreurIllrer.: .: thousand!: : dollars.Tor i nineteen dollars. x
('(1n1illl1\I'rf'-I"1': f'r on': tit tll" "1m rl1t.. ;/ : \UALTimt: tun. > Canz'v.jojsiTH I! e -';''' '. ::'," 1:'"'."!'"" ''''\"' I'-ii. ..' : :- A !I! compensation to the Clerks :and I For contingent expenses cf said office-, !
y RI'NSlM : .. ;' : ) \: :;:
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= ) I = t. {.: :,:- :-;-: .. t:1 Mfs-eniu.'r j( in the office of the! Second Auditor : : three thousand dollars. (
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irhna. Feb. !27th l.-3'j.' :5
ABR1GIT.0l41MBIAN : : : -: -3f. ;
J. I! t : I :* r- r* '''' thousand nine hundird dollars. For to the Commissioner "'
.1 \ tiipL.0WV' .- .- $-.:*,.rI t S\C-MI: : \ i compensation : '
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1tUP. j! NOTICE.SIX r < ., -. : .xBY :>.: .'".. i For co.npon.-otion: to the\: Third Auditor ot; of the Navy Board ten thousand five hundred
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ttC'1EL)1'.t'tut-tl bus proved ittirbiip; irjor to j !! i HHdv ; A':* I tit.;- 'I'1'ctsarsthree; !! thous.ind!( ; dollar I dollar
if'Pt II
A : II I wrfk.san>rrLti>, I r-Iiall:I apply! to the Pn>-H-: : '- : S' ......... t
tiwu+7l'S 'ir any tit Tile I Ptttaccds ft.J tI.I' .ut'; ,:!. i.Tlf cofja'-ksi.iii; Contxr.t.; : for I 'il -r" I 4iff"_ ..11., c,,",.... '"'i... ;' :;-, ,,-.._ For cou'poiii.ition! to the ('I''t( 11..s ai.! :\icI 'si For compensation to the Secretary of the. \
ol u.f M o :.uit di i'S, \i7. : 1 I Admtni-tr.ii.nri! ', (U-ii I "--=-_ -"; ...i .- --o i in the office of the. Third Auditor i Commisioneis ot'thc Navy Board, two thoTH '
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\nrHOM"i' HiUiUwU ol'l'MC 11l1H's,) KIlN'Jr'S! of \ l > ct MS IU-H, uiitc L"-tuU'! : uf! l ; < -.I :: 'rs f
FarcJt1J.! .. tirccaed.: : I lliousund nine bundled anti fifiv sand( dollais.For i
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: ,) ti% U1TS. SUKLLINC! ; AUTHORITY. tu-stv-ono: ( FA'UifROKf'I.A II
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'! \rAllCIHLDS.!
r NcTR. : 'jU5. HIU! Ulnh'l ate ULCKIJs: :: ; : 3inr,6 tt"' 13'0)-4'V1ST lioll.irs.: ; I compensation) to the Clerks, Drafts-

1.1VIIR and tilLlOUS COAULAliti ; ------- I Ii L.AV.'H f Y TItn l' ..ITEDr \---..., P.\S?i'D ATTIIK For compensation( to the Fourth .:Auditor i"nant and Messenger, in the office of the ;3' f.
tUI EU\L\'flC affection of thermit ; SY STE.1 i: : !' nf :.bo Tieas'.uy!\ throe! tbuu a"d l iloilai: +. t c o,.."" .;., ;.H'O .. ...j'I.- .., Novy Bot' d. c1f'ht! -
riKr r 01' virYriiuiPtBiir ;
Sj.bioN THE r\
i I of Letters r'Mirjiniim IV11Oifi
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'If"I\Y\ : 'I' dollars.For
i L Clerks and \less thousand four hundred and fifty .
I I Fur coniH".ivition: to the -
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'IXEH5| of the MOUTH wnl THKO \T. q PCu ...lcO1r, April 1 IS.it\ CO"lRl: : ; I | .
S\ JtIlL15, watt a" other disi-ast-s! arising in tilt A.-Assessor of Taxes Richard ,\11:1.1 [ -;'\ O. 13.1] :._:C'r ill the office of the Fourth Auditor, I contingent expenses of the office of '
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MLIU'URY.A I iluiUsniid hundred and 1 fifty the: Commissioners of the Navy Board one :
of : sc\cuteen seven : ,
.imp] ioi cr use Andn.Arl11trnng Peter AlbV, i I An Art nrikii.u; "I'pprojiriatiunx'l' : for the* St11pOiluI' ; .
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cleanser oft the! 7ty,
tick'
a ('iieraldfj 'iiHUvc al or : doilal's.Fpl' thousand eight hundred dollars. ,
% p W'U'um T. AtnicrsMii: J.t'A.di.. I t (j)i\ciiimcnt( for the ye.ir I t oi.o iliou- '
Mood\ It-is UM'dv possesses invaluable porters ; it i : and I Ii.
ation to (the Fifth( Auditor of For allowance to the superintendents
improves the appctiti', amt( has assn! the reniHrkatl+- B.-llmy: M.: Brarkruiidge; ti<), Chales' : ; sjid: eijjit: bundled: and thirty. j jjit comprn j !
tfacl of depriving l the s!\in of that n'II.IlJiliou!\ Brandy Ann Maria Bruree: Robert: Bir-; ; it ( tnacifd by tile termite and lit'itsi--i thc'1'urv:: three thousand:: doll.irs.) ; four watchmen; employed for the security of I.

tint, which is so cumraon in bili,,ie4 consriiutions. of liiprttcnlaticcs( of the Untied tit i'ts nfAmrica \ For compensation to the Clerks and t the records and buildings of the War and 1 1Navy
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ron, Klcarer II. 1 Burnes.V!I! U i. Binges, &,Co.Roh.rt x
ALBRIGHT Messenger in the office of the Frill Auditor, : Departments, and for Incidental and
in asscmfJnTIi t the
Ph ifcr.lclJh i.1. \ Bunten, Henry Brad; : HI, Henpmin Cungnss ; \
The proprietor, tn o3Vrinp his COLUMBIA Brown, 11:ihert \\". BllI! ttt't.-' .Yi/ry, l Richard: 1'ollowln.j! ; sums be, :.ind the s.imo are hereby, fifteen thousand: one hundred dollais.; contingent expenses, two thousand one hundred -

SVHUP" to the public, furnishes a fw of Ihr m osreni 1 Bu..f; GeorgeV.; [ii:'van: Anschn B lily, appiopriitted{ {' ?to C be paid out of ;an}' unhppio- F(fir compensation: to the Tieasiner of the and lily dollars.

rltahlc cut es, peit
xnunv of its superior rerneiliil powers! aspivcn him Bradford, John T. (lint ** }p-iy) and! ] mileage UI'ihl; Members) 1)1'11'ur !! Fur compensation: to the Clerks and Messenger War and Navy Departments, and for pavements M.
tiv respectable orisons ir' idinc in diffeient pang l in the ofiVe of the Treasurer of the connected therewith, one thousand
of the'UI"tt>J States, us a just merit due to the C.-Eli7.ilLJ'lh: Conns' 2, Clerk County; : Co.Mgress; and Delejites: PMU pay .f 1 the !,I {
well the Ollicers; and Clerks of bout Houses five !: United: ;States: : six thousand; :seven hundred five hundred dollars. '
I
ante, as as being means of conveing to Court Clerk Sujjfiior Court, Stephen Cir- ,
Eiieir Vllow crc.ttureliu Hit: si'.niiarh afflicted a William II. Canon Israel Cole IIin-in hundred and:: t Iwenty-six thousand seven j!I I and fifty ullals.I For compensation to the two Assistant ,
man, ;'
pure, "In" ".v and rfferiual' retntdv-awake, that Chafinch, Rev. G. Ch.ilon JM-isicr of Concord hundred dollars. j I I For compensation to the Register: of the Postmasters General, five thousand dollars.
medicines are at Ihu< time disribnted any.u and Messengers
the many country, held forth to cure :li;oagi-s, upon !! Lodge -.YdZ'Y, David: Conner, William For contingent expenses of both IIou es of,;,; Trt"a ury, tluxe thousand! dollars.! For compensation to the Clerks
Gen-
Postmaster
of the
office
in the
*'lii it'll Ibex have not the slightest. inlliiesice! some I C. Chaplin: E. II. Collins, Js;'nir;-. Congress; one hundred: : and thirty fi\ l' thou- j I I For compensation: to the Clerks and Messfnpi'i's I hundred and .

of which they had tried rnt'YIOtto the use of the I Cook< Edward Ca ponder, David F. {'oy, >':iid s six bundled dollars ; to Lu ;)Ipi.u.'d] ; to : in the office of the Register of the I eral, forty-one thousand one ;

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the Senate and House of Reinesenlatives : I IJI"Ol'idul .* _contingent expenses: .
'ure' dollars.
pl'\sicians' for the ( of various! dheasr that to I D.-J. G. Drake, Jonathan Diermar: ,
i thousand five hundred dollars. ,
the propl' t'lor'6 own Knonledre''', tin g9ntlemen ol i:I :Manuel Del B.trco: )Jetreian) vlioe, I That: no part of this ;appropiia-j: ,I For compensation to the Commissioner of seven the
the medical facultynp induced lo it in discases ion i-irdl be }; other For sitprrintendcncy of Buildings, :
tiy i ;
which tlieuiscltes had been j Blanks and to two
to they subject I I making compensation
I tli.tii I of such documents up
John James Robert V or 1 papers{ as are !
Dorman
and found! great l"'n -fil from its use ; one particn- I'[ Dupre 1 dollars. watchmen and one laborer, sixteen hundredand
connected with the of'j
Inrly, residing! in AlIt>utown N. J.! whose dih.nluionns :: I Dodd. [ ordinary pioceedings For the} Clerks and Messengers
compensation to dollars.
v+ \. ( i IIT a h'4' tack of )i\- > cum C.-William Ellfntt, John Ed' flv J.imes cither of the said: Houses, during{ its session: .. forty

pl,.lint, which bait prctitniily re-i-ied !i.i.> . ,Eliioitjj I IV. i I jand Dl"UtoR& io the Cflurlt" of'a few wccl.s rcstorrt' 1| of tIle (Jem-ral Land; Office, twenty thousand al in" Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan, two
Charles I lilt to their contracts! ;, unlebs! authoii/.cd by j
Ellcry
to the crjoinr-jit of peilrct( health. I [ fhe huiulrtd! dollars.! : thousand dollars. .
I F.-Phebe Foster I Edmunu F. Fr.nr.5n t I an act or a joint resolution.. !
The acco'ints which have been ieceitc i J from i
agt ntiiM different parts of the L'uion, cpenKini:; : of I G.-Pevr Gilkiist, Geo.rW.. ( ;iondy.Irllin i!.I For the Library! of: Congress: five tiou! -.i I i I For compensation to the Secretory to the For compensation I to the Clerk in the: '

th good! elTt-cls pioduc-d by the >kvtup, memntUi bufti- .. ,.--.. Gillis, _T-11)110"..n'C II. { _.' ,"'.m" T'-ir-lio..... ....era d.l sand doll.jrFor --. Commi-sioneis of the Sinking Fund, two office of said Surveyor, two thousand orS ,

compile nt tins"! Unit an Ol'tayo'Ulllllle of : ( :,lcr, (ieorue L. Wiknn, Caleb: --odley; ( I sluy of the Principal ;and Assistantj hundred' and fifty dollais. hundred 1 dollais.

th upwards: cures.of two huntiiijd pages io cnumeiarc alt' Yell''1, Jaiiies Goodnnn, C ; :,. <.i recur, ISamuel j Librarian, two thou:;'ind three bundled dol- For expenses of stationary, printing, and For compensation to the Surveyor South k' >

., Goldsmith.H. : I j! !I'".,>. all other incidental and contingent expensesof of Tennessee two thousand dollars.
The dr crc (.f tie C-dninbinn Syrup, are judi-
eluslv! piopoititm]. hn.j adapUti to tlc :igf ad .1 .---S.imu"; Hai'iMi-ton: Benjamin "'. I For contingent: )! expcir.rs: of the Li'nry:; the several allies of the Treasury Ol'Ilart1H'llt I For compensation to the Clerks in the

9tleugtl h of tits litiiiiHii yvstcm.; It iso perfectlyinn' i i j Heath: Je,se IIvder Julul! C.' ploy : !PefrAV four 11llIJdl t.\' and I ) fifv: (.!'j'rs.!!: i 1 thirtj'-seven thousand live hun- t o-lTicB of said Surveyor, one thousannd seven jJoBal's.

ciit, that rte evil; fiVcn! necu be fcpj>reliendfd ,. "lIl'll. 11. II. zeiton Joiiii! Heckle?James For c -unpen( ;:ation t to the Pro\ !ron it, \\'!h<'II t.tkcn! apioo.ibljr; to the iliieciious. ; For to the in
It may tie IV M! \\ ;Ih|+( ut any appiehcnsiuii to the D. if ays.I.Jolla. J Vice Pies-drr.t: of tin I'uiied... } States::; the! ;,!! For l'l ('crin j a buihlinjr! for the use of tin I, compensation: Surveyor ? #

most tender! mlai.: or fable! adnif. Inneraiity ; James P. Innera- Sf-cielary of :State:> the ecfl.tlry! ; of tSie! I I Stale and l Tn-i'! ury buildings including Illinois, Missouri, and Arkansas, two thotr- 1 t

;MEPICIL fIcuvae4lt&&tu8rOrtcz.: i rify ; J-jhn: jckson.. /v/-AIonzo. ) Jones, i I Tri'"jtrv:: : the :Sacietary of War, the ;Seritt..ry '- stow) steps! at the South; front of the Tnasurv sand dollars.
-iHled the of ./. : of tbu! and the Postmaster ( ; For compensation: to clerks in the office Havmc rect Navy
rlst Jtbring's I William: Johnson ; RobertV.. Jmcs:;. II \ ttl- and pavements; two thousand eight hundred -
*' CotuvifliAN: :. KUY' in my own private pr.tcuceJornraily 1 I I 'ral l i\tv tbousand dollar said Surveyor, two thousand dollars. '
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It.---Rirhard; KrnnaijLL. : ( >i ;! ( dcll.ir! : ?. t
rive yPqs, and( having! iins! !ed its d!<- I --- --- i For compensation to the Surveyor mAidbama
For Clerks! and Alessenc in the Oinrcof
La\v-on C. Lorntiel 1 ;
--- G. Li'ther I
cited efficacy: in many cases: tvluch to-t previous(, ; ; For compensation of superintendents! and '
TerUted the usual .1IIt'IOCI( I now with I much plea Nathan: B. L'ine ; Nut 1'111 Lov.rherv; ; Hairy } l- the Secretary of Slate, niiieit: en) th.jusam: :! watchmen; and of fire and : two thousand dollars. ,
rrptiis engines) I clerks in the office of .
Burr give my testimony in iu fe vu' and will quote Louis ; William F. 1"1\1'I \ ; U'illijm I F.I I and( fifty dullII (\-;;. I buckets, fur the .security! of the State andTierisiiry For compensation: to
H few of the must lemaikaMc) cures performed b\. For Clerk* and in sand Surveyor, one thousand: five hundred
Lynch, 11 ; E. Lowe, 2 Cl arlesLoundes;; Machinist; Messenger I
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the ;\lIcVh! carne under notice. ; I I : buildings, oru tlio-.SuiuI: nine bundred dollars.
: my Lnmin 2. 1Villi-tut: \IL [ ,. .nttiicn till' Patent 0 flin', five thousand; \ four hundred l n
Mr. John limckle"s tons ot A'jinstun! township i j jjl Joseph -- ;....,:.. .., _9. dollars.For the ill
I For compensation to Surveyor
omgomery county. I'a. of ulcvratun: of the mouth I M.---:Melito Monbiuen ; Ducnn: W.McKer.zie I I dollars.
Mod throat and violent mll-mim.irion of the For incidental of compensation to Clerks and Messengers ; Florida two thousand dollars.
,
ryes Ysabelle! :Mari.tnri Daniel an< contingent expenses
i\f diseisi; hat! der'royed the! salt parts of the !,'McMullcn ; James McRenna: J.srvis; M.il-; I the Department of State:, including the ; in the office of the Secretaiy; of Wnr, I Ii For compensation to the Clerks in tfroI
Bhroat and roof of the mouth tl.at it laid hate ; ; thousand six iumdrcd and fifty office of said thousand dollars. l
two
t Minting and distributing;; the 1 and( t i twenty-one I : Surveyor, t
the bones and made its way into the nose -Mrs..1 let: 2 ; James Murall} ; J('{ 'erson Morgan: ; { iris, extra i' dollars. 'I the Commissioner of t
For
to
Mary Peterson, of Wilmington. Del' of confirmed ,: Nary, ,-\11 xaJ.1d'r C. Maury,3: ; McNelly2 ; : copying of papers, twenty seven thousand 1- compensation

Scrofula, under which she 'laboured nearly three< Benjamin D. Moore ; Jcf i'run:.! Morgan ; one hundred dollars. I For contingent expenses of the office of.;:, the Public Buildings in Washington City,

years. She had cxtciirive srrofitlo'iulceratiinR ;; Richard: A Mnnro John McDonald.! For contingent expenses of the Patent the Secretary of War, three thousand dollais. l- two thousand dollars. (t
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the: left side! of the neck Io her breast the I
on \\ u to ; For
I N.---Jnmcs :Nash. Office, including books ;and, binding, coppcr- I compensation"l
breast very much enlarged J ; her left Hint swollen: 1
and useless; \ nd her head t nn the atVectrd! side re I T.--.Thonn..; Parrott. :2 : Pablo P.ilmosr : : I! !plate, and other I printing! narchmcni:, stationary .I For books, maps, and plans, for the War ;i iI' I Clerk of the Mint, nine thousand :six hueI ., t

dining on thc sho'.iMcr. and violent pain in hoisy&teai. !!; John Pi ingle ; Beinado 1): Penote ; \- Vil'limn ; -j and fadcne, thousand f: one hundred Department, one thousand dollars. I I jdred! dollars. I
General Thuinas Snyder, of KhrumaticHlTeciionof : dulars.! j. For compensation to Assistants: in tho e
Poitersficld ; Mrs. Patison. Anrr//- I' For compensation to the Clerks and Mcsi -
the i.t.id, foSSoMcd! obstiucJJon ct(
by ii several of the Mint
.the nostrils' ; M-\eic pain in the upper jaw: rAtcndmr ,I Cicero Price, 2 ; Thomas T. PIne._ 2 ; II. For compensation to the :Marshals! of certain i\ senuer! in the office of the Paymaster (General departments includingextra
and laborers twelve thousand
clerk hire
: fawn the nose over the cheek bones ; the checks ''Y.. Pur\' an'e, 3 ; Benjamin F. Patton, 3 ; I Stairs and Territories, for makinr: .> i'(;- I four! thousand and six hundred ,)dollars -
friliiljilinR high h state ol f intlanunatiun.-llr. Valentine of free taxable non-freeholders I dollars.
!John Pike ; Joseph Power ; Charles Pieixe, : turns per I For compensation to Clerks and Messenger -
BorerI'of ulccration: of the Mi 11 in 1.11 iI, obMruction resolution of thousand : Fur incidental and contingent
twenty-fifth expenses
.8. April one -
of the same : Io.'s tll 5 sinell.tLfculty: ; ol I i I in the office of the Commissary; Generalof .
breathing, and severe pain of the y"h'm"\11: I R.---F.dward: Rlnn ; '\-. ;M. ttraob: : (riiihl hundred and IwiMify-eight! in1 I Purchases, four thousand: two hundred and) repairs ; cost of machinery"; ; for allow. .
Mustek's wife, and atlf'ilion to risrht hundred and fifiy dollars I* i, aiico for wastage:: in gold and silver coinage of
sou dnughler; Mis. 31 i-ii k I..l' Amos ]11. Runyou ; Ryland( Randolph:: \ ( ; ( IlolllI; S.For .
Chronic Itheumatism. pith which she! hail been : James: Ruddock() ; Benjamin T. RiclinnKon! ; appropriated' ; } by act of second March;, one i j I ; the ;Mint, se\en thousand and eight dollars. ki
afilirtod upwards oT sixteen years ; her son of scald thou ind hundred and nine: \ compensation: to the Clerks in the : For compensation) to the Governor
bead and .Nm'u-\\ IliJJn Kadfoifl l; 3 ; Robert 1V. C. -:: eight t'.vcnty I t
daughter of scorbutic nff' :lion of theRum office of the General thousand
and discharge from the left ear.. Stephen<< : Robinett ; William F. Russell : Thomas (;I i, one thousand: six hundred and fifty dollars. II 1 I Adjutant: two Judgv':,. and Secretary: of the :Michigan; :. iI
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\0 Snare ion of c'''nou affection of the shin ; neatly Randolph.( ---I I To repay the State of l1aincfor, expenses nine hundred and fifty dollar Territory, seven thousand eight hundred .t

the whole\ of the shin bone was destroyed, together j L.---Lackland M. Stone ; Stone \ Nis- 'I j paid in colkcting! evidence in relation: to aggressions For contingent expenses of said.! office, 1 dollars. +

with James many M'.Mmn! of the, of smaller litr.r bones complaint of the nr-d foot-Mr vnthma : bet, :2 ; Charles R. Smith ; John II. K. :,!,I' by inhabitants of :New: BJ lln&wick, including arrearages of six hundred dollars, i For contingent expenses of the Michigan '

which he had upwards of nine vrars.-.11s: Mvcit i Smith ; Capt. Swiler ; John Simpson ; Sheriff j; seven hundred and fifty clol :trs. in eighteen; hundred and twenty-nine, one ;, Territory, three hundred and fifty dollars.>> ,' : ,

of ulcerated sore mouth and throat, and hei laughter of I-lscambia Co. ; Rosanna Summers: ; I! For publishing the laws of the second thousand six hundred dollars. I For compensation and mileage of the :

iterated of scrofula., I prescribed Besides the Syrup the diseases with above enu'I Richard Saws ; Capt. Symonds): ; J\T'" ?v/: ,- session of the Nineteenth Congress, in the) For compensation to the Clerks: in the members of the Legislative! Council, pay of 1

io mercurial cases and secondary syphilis great success ;1 I!,I! Dr. G. C. Sproston, 2 ; Solomon Sharp, 3 ; newspaper Halcyon, publishcd in Alabama, office of the Commissary General of Subsidence the officers of the Council, fuel, stationary. 1 .
In this 'Charles;; Speny 2 Charles Smith one hundred and dollars. I two thousand nine hundred and fifty(1Ollu J.
giving testimony of the meiiis of the ; ; Fran- twenty I t and printing( including+ arrcar3;> est ciL'ht ;
"Columbiin; Syrup \" diverted my language .,, cis B. Stockton, 3 ; William C. Spencer 2. For publishing\ the laws of the second session i : S.For. thousand dollars.' OJ <;; I.

entirely of technical terms, the better t.. be under. :: T.---Benjamin R. Tillman ; Tax Col- t of the Twentieth Congress in the Eastern contingent : of said office I
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derstood by those, to whom it i isiotended to convey expenses I For compensation to the Governor, .
in effects. The length of time the dNenses have lector ; Timothy Twitched( ; ShadroekTaylor. I Argus, I published in Mine, sixty-five; I two thousand six hundred dollars. | J ud'!(>s, and Secretary of tho Arkansas: Territory I r

been dissipated, convince me, that the cures ore .-Navy, D. M F. Thornton, 17 : dollars.! i For compensation: to the Clerks in the I| additional (
including an
permanent, and it may with propriety be !said, that Charles Thomas, 2. John ( J. Tod.j 1. For completing thes ets: o1'the Laws of the compensation
office of the Chief Engineer, two thousand !, each. of hundred dollars
Jji to Judge, eight to
healing qualities rank it the first < ,
reme- W. .Peter Wilkinson hand
among i j -- ; David Williams United States on in the Department
diu of the present day. '! ; |! nine hundred and fifty dollars.] twenty sixth May one thousand: eijilit: htu. t
Gcor -\'lnslow,2 ; Col. B. Willis Dr. of State, seven hundred and twenty-foui I #
JOHN 1. MA YW Eli, M. D. R. Williard Rubin R. Williams ; Joe dollars. I I For contingent expenses of said office, one drcd and thirty, nine thousand and ninetytwo -
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March ;
Philadelphia 6. 1823. ;thousand dollars. dollars and thirty cents.
The above mentioned Medicine : West.-AVirVJohn' Winslow ; Wilii.im For completing the fixtures in the Patent I t n

at three dollars per quart bottle of can the be Subscribers procured, T.Waine ; 1'hom3sVeLb ; William Wickson Office, four t thousand six hundred dollar |i For compensation to the Clerks! in the For contingent expenses! of the Arlcan.t5Territory ''

who will exhibit to any person applying, the ceiti- ; Isaac Wadden, For compensation to the Clerks and Messengers Ordnance Office, two thousand nine hun- ; three hundred and fifty dollars. ;

"ficatet of cures alluded to by Doctor Mayweg.Vanbaun 11 JOHN FITZGERALD, in the Office of the Secretary of the dred and fifty dollars. For compensation to the GO\'<<:'r1w r. 4'w, !

& Wilson.PMIQCOB Post Blasters Treasury, fifteen thousand: four! hundred For contingent expenses of said office, Judges, and Secretary, of the Florida Te;.

16ih January, -182y. : ;Percav'oa! April! PI J. li3(1'( *-?t. dollars I eight hundred 101hl1( *. ritory, tcp tbottfwidfithundred: delict.



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: For contingent exposes and arrearages cf, for tho statues for the apitol, luvsi thoujand scrtcd and came to tho Bihish side. The who gave up all the copies within his reach,And (be ell lIi.lnd AUcri T ; Co.rrttcn:. orth "u.tr .
papers were de'tro"cd. On the next dayihottever, Natal Ofl.cers arrt Sunrvnrscf ILe
Customs :
within have thus
number which one fortnight ,
Mich) of tile Florida Territury, eight dollars. the letter in i
expenses appeared print, and Hunter at once aocnsed w, Agents: Rerfivri OlPUbiiC3lOflIs f0 LUll
hundred and sixty one dollars and oightycight For finishing the Custom House and. abandoned .their standard, is'stated1 at twenty Miller with duplicity, and challenged $him. I !>amamers in th* Airoy ; Surveyors General! ) J;

i cents. Warehouse at Portland, Maine, and for repairing ','I fi\'e. The party, consisting of a sergeant Mr. Miller asserted that the publication made the l'nUicl.sndi ; Ihe Afothttirj (iercml ; iU}

For compensation and mileage of the | the wharf and clearing out the,dock and twelve irfen, came cross, having forced without his knowledge, and refused to accept the Assistant A) 'fI..ClI ICS Gc ne,,,| ; the Cttnnnmr.Gcneinl .
I : challenge, alledging the insufficiencj of the c.fPnrd'PJrl ; "Niol
officer them. provoca allolh..rsuCldutbe
members of the Legislative Council, pay of belonging to the same, two thousand one their commanding accompany tion. Upon this, Hunter posted him in hai.d-billc, authoiity of the F.tcrnmt Govrrtmrnt ol the l'j.
I : and the Council fuel! hundred dollars. They arc all now working as laborers on the declaring at the time that lie. held
officers servants of frame himself ready j I led 611 tf"*, ciho hold any office char ffl mh thj
':$"' stationary; printing, and I distribution of the I i For the discharge of such miscellaneousclaims Rideau Can.tl. This would seem to pointout to net Mr. Miller. Thus goaded, Miller accepted | collrctlon or disLnrieniefit .f tnblic monp/t, an4

It'; laws, seven thousand seven hundred and against the United States, not otherwise strongly to our suldiurs, that the United the challenge, and the fatal meeting took plate. **u-ho skall have failed to account for mli such 810-
The remidsneKs of the public authorities ,and oTtho t, on before the thrrlklh del of Sf'trItlL
.1 i for as shall be ascertained States service knot desirable as has been DJ or
sixteen dollars. provided \! in
aor particular allowing pnch the offices liild all
outrage aL'd by
upon prrredir suet
; d
t For the payment of the session of the and admitted in due course of settlement at ,imagined. It i is inudi to be wished that some the hIv of the commonwealth imd the feelings of the ;, 'faulting officers cbnll be racatcil, tout and alter! e-

Legislative Council of Florida, ending the the Treasury, twelve thousand dollars. ttirangeinentsihnuld be entered into between citizens, R. have been made by the publications no.ti't.d j, the date of*aid mes'h e.:

., twenty-fourth\ of November, one thousand"1 I I For the salaries of the Ministers of the the two Go.vuralien's, for an exchange tfanil yesterday admits of no excuse. The acts of.kPntl.iy I I Sec. 2. Andbcit furtntr enacted That inallnc.niinntioiis .

'. S i., i __ j .___... i frearngcs __ 'T.:.. ..1C.-._- .. 0.".. Uiltolll, 1'lfllllC, u llliultls desorteis." nrc express in their provision against made F>y the FittJdent nl |. tile Srnate. t.
from deficiencies of appropriation Spain, Russia, the Netherlands, and Colombia there duelling.i i. For accepting or sending a challenge, | fill! vacancies occatt iu-d by rxercise of tlif fre.tident'c .
prescribed a penalty of$500 imprisonment
,
I for ths Lcgislathc Council of Florida in fur outfits of Ministers of the United The Portland Courier one"f'ar' -I power to trmove from the HJ oEcf, ihr
; of the Ifiih inst. at hard labor, and a forfeiture of the rights I fact of(he re mo*ill shall! be stated to the Sennit, *t
the years one thousand [eight hundred and States to Great Britain, France, Spain, and says-": rumor was spread through town citizenship, for pcven years. Fur carrying a challenge the same lime that the nomination made, with ft
and thousand hundred Colombia and d'Aflaires Mexico or acting as second, the same line and impri- statement of the fer
twenty-eight, one eight : a Charge to yesterday, that a fatal jcncontre had taken I remons nhiclijuch officcrmay
and for
S and twenty-nine, eleven hundred and ; for outfits for Charge d'Af1 il es to Sweden place between American and British subjects sonment honour or trust incapacity in the commonwealth.ever holding I'or an office of I hare b rn rrmr.vrd.
hlih-I S' 3. And be
p c. it
fifty doll.trs.] | Peru, and Guatemala ; for the salaries on the disputed) Territory in the Eastern ing hand-hills abusing n person for not fighting, the i and second gpclions further of an act trtfcttd., cmitlcd That"An the fir)t

For compensation to the Chief Justice, of the Charge d'Afl'.iiies: of the United Statesto part of the State. We could not ascertain Fame punishment as if the duel had taken place. limit ihe term of nfTice cf certain officers thrttiniipmpd act tu

the associate and disrict of Denmark Sweden Brazil All those laws have been openly' violated : the challenges and for "
Judges, Judges Portugal, the origin of the report although some oilier purposes; ppiovi tilt
have been and
the United States the Chief Justice Buenos A\iv. Peru Chili Mexico and such published acknowledged by t the thiirteeiihofMay, one Ihousaodeiglit hundred andtwenty
including particulars were given, as that the British :
pirtr: : ; publications instigating to duels have been shall
Le the
and ,
and associate Judges of the District of Guatemala ; for the salaries of the Secretaries attacked our lumbermen took (rein them idi-ly disM-minated.yet no officer interfered, none of eo". same hereby arc, repeal

a Columbia, including additional compensation of Legation ; and 'for the contingent their teams, and killed one man, and that our the offenders were indicted and held to bail. And .

\ Judge Missouri, to twenty-sixth of May, expenses of all the missions abroad uric hun men pur-ued them, retook the teams, and of shall the they cognizance yet escape of 1 the If tribunals the murder of this took iState place, the out V1UIG- N W .

one thousand eight; hundred and thirty, dred and eighty-four thousand l five hundred( killed about a dozen of the British. Seiious cl.allenges at least were written and tent in Philadelphia ,

seventy-eight tlwusand seven hundred and dollars. ; business if true." and the parties are answerable for this offence. From (It.* New York Gazette. -

'.. twenty three dollars. For the salaries of Agents fur claims at';' I In the name of the public we call on the Mayor to LATE FROM ENGLAND.By .

For the. General London. awl We informed that Lieut. F. Sanderson take tile most efficient measures to arrest the principaland
compensation to Attorney Paris, four thousand doll.irs. j me of the the
seconds, and bring them justice. And it i in our packet hip New York, Captain Bennett.we .
of the United States, three thousand five For the of intercourse with the Navy linn linen :i;>r'iiilt\l to the command anxious have
expenses Revenue Cutter Alert, stationed in the waters of': hope that if secured, no consideration shall rccci\cd Liverpool papers to the IGthwlt.inclusive. .
hundred <.ollars.) Barbary Poweis thirty thousand dollars. avert from them the utmost of .hment
I, ji Nl'w'OIk, vice C'iiif>onc' deceased.v I degree puu The annexed items are all vvc discover
_ For compensation to the Clerk in the I For the relief and protection of American The iinln\inent qf Naval officers frcoticntlv on which the acts priserihe.L any int rcst.

off: 'c of the Attorney General, eight l.un- Seamen in foreign countries, fifteen thousand I Ila'; service nbove alluded, must be J'nfida"-and The American Minister transacted business
div! dollars. dollars. will; rveuloally produce Biuch) good, inasmuch! us L FENSACOL.A A 9'irb
r the officers thus emploYitViU have till oppnrttir.ity i the Iarl: Aberdeen on the 10th Feb. On the came
For compensation to the Reporter of the For the contingent of foreign I day,
despatches
expenses of nc 1K5'
SATURDAY, APRIL 17th
lec*i ns of the Supreme Court, one thousand intercourse! thirty thousand dollars. I Idutiou our coasts And hal tJors. his Majesty's Envoy to the United State of America,

'doll irs. \ For surveying, printing, clerk hire, and I I 1! is s.iuird in some of the! pnjM-rs, ilidiC'ui.: John dated: Washington 12th Jan. 1630.
For tho District Attorneys other in relation the NW thieast- Masmit.Wc undo stand that the installation! :
compensation to expenses} to of tlie Hun Edward Livingston, as Grand \V. Camplull has teen pppointeil Circuit Judgt'for London. Ptlriuiry 14.
High
and Marshals, us granted by law, including era Boundary Agency, five thousand fo :r I Piiest of the Gcncriil Grand Royal Ar.h Chapter one o. he Districts of Florida." AV> are at a It i id understood that negotiations are going on tp

those in the several Territories, hundred dollars. I of the United Siafes. vice de Witt Clinton.' tlecpu looato know hich district IS referred to, not hav tween the governments of Great Britain. Spam"

p rle\en thousand three hundred dollars. ; Fordtscliarglng ttu u Apt-use of inking iho ed ; and of Uie'Hon.: J.-ellt. ruLwu. as Dput_ illg hettid of&11) vacancy. : utli America, and the United States, for the j'url

I.or .1.r...,.:-5 *l.w .|.o..\o .r tii*.. GM* fifth enumeration of the inhabitants of the \r..lIlIllif1t ill take place.Fricst l lIy oi commission the General, Gi in and the Chapter.City of... pose cf putting an end, for a cerfiui period, at !least,

prcme Circuit, and District Courts of the United States, two hundred and fifty thousand J Wsisliing-on, ..n SaturdAY the 3-.1 of April 1\I'3t.- The last mail brought theindlgencethat Com. to bontiLtiiM between SEam and the South American

United States, including the District of Columbia dollars, in addition to the sum of three I I The ciicumstance, is mentioned for the infoimation M. Woolsey "ns removed fioni the comionnd.cf republics. .
also for and witnesses in aid hundred and thousand dollars of distant members) who desire to be
; jurors fifty i appropriated may picsenat I Pensacola Navy Yard ; nod Cept. At J. Dttllas, A report has for aomfi days prevailed, that it was
of the funds arising from tines, penalties, for that purpose hy the act of March a ceremony so interesting) to the Fraternity.Kat.'hit.. the intention of government to make some reductionsin
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appointed to replace him. Com. Woo! left hereon
py
and forfeitures, incurred in the year eighteen second, one thousand eight hundred and the army, this, however, i is understosd not to be

hundred and thirty, and) preceding years ; twenty-nine. NEW-ORLEANS, April 1. VYe&nesday last for the north, via N.Orleans. the case-the contemplated economy in the army will,

nnd likewise, for defra\ ing the expenses of. For enabling the Secretary of State to Afire broke out yesterday between 11 and TedcpartureofCom. Woolsoy has called (OJ III it is supposed, be in the future rate of j-ay fur all now

suits in which the United States a general expression of from all cissies. levies,
are concerned execute a contract with Jared Sparks, of ve'y regret
1 0'( lOck A.M. in a house in Custom-House
and of prosecution, for offences committed Boston, mndehy Henry Clay, late Secretaryof stie t <>t between DO 'icre and Charlies streets; During command of three years on this sot, We noticed, several weeks ago, (says the London
agtinst the United States and for the) State for and the fo- Courier,) that the destination of the
printing publishing tho progress of the flames was such tint: it'' tiou, his deportment, in his various intt'rcourseilh bhip of war
safe-keening] of prisoners one hundred and reiirn corresnondence of the COUPTHSS of the citizens both in l.U private and public equipping at Toulou would probably Algiers: and
l i cr soon) communicated to the our capacity
i building
adjoining ; ,
fifty thousand; dollars. i i! United; States; from the first meeting til-e ;- I the last Paris papers assert, that unless the Dey of
I and both houses were consumed in a few has been such as to secure to him the egtcom!
For the) pnynicnt of sundry pensionsgranted :, of, to the ratification of the definitive Treaty Algiers consent to lower his tone the expedition
I moment!] C are to learn that one ofthi and of all.
regard
hy the Lttc and present Governments i| of Peace, in one thousand seven hundred and i t ti sorry against that port will be on a scale of considerable
e houses was Mes Sfroud Of tlie kiml which
occupied by is. and respectful fi't-lingg! the offi
thoR nnd hundred and, three thousand three magnitude. A l Lad force i is, it
one : seven eighty thirty-one hun- j; seems, an indispea-
and l'r\v editors of the Mercantile!,
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ccrs, and others attached to the Navy Yaul': enter.fain able
tiflJlars.) dred dollars. accompaniment ; the fortifications of Algiers.
j ( 1u have lost the of their
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-'tJi' the support and maintenance of lighthouses ANDRLW STKVCNSON: I greatest 'part I lownid him, ample lestimnniels are furnished ou the seaside, having been so greatly strengthened
I I ptiiirSii'j: :: establishment) but ne hive hrenir.foimed ;
floating-lights beacons buoys and in the correspondence published l below. aince Lord Exmoulb's attack, as to make it
Speaker of the House of Repree7da1ives.JOUN ; that fortunately for them I it wrrinjured. I quit.
stikeac: including the purchase of oil, C. C.u.noux "I I i: AniuJst, the regret excited by the rnuovnl cf Con unadvisable for an invading force to build its expect

J Keepers .laries:: repairs and impiovements)) Vice President, the FniffJ States Ju t tile disorder, which was the ni'ressai VcotusequlPuco Woolsey, we have tlir consolation( leiuaininp thai ;aliens of success on a fleet, particularly as, from th.

nnii c.irningent expenses, one hundred andeiniitysix of of so unfortunate an en'Hi! his jilacr will l he filUd by an filter of such bih nature of the currents and the badness of the coast

thousand: and three dollars and and, President of the Senate. nnny citizens noticed the activity disiltyed;, II, sl U ttil1g as Capt Dalian.NAM it is dangerous for ships of war to cruise long in that
thirteen: ANDREW JACKSON. I quarter with northerly wind A land force
cents. I t the M l his coolness in I being
I by yor, pivinsr !pirciseorders '
For Approved March) 1H IR O. VAKD, j't'SH.OJ..1, ttiud a sine non, the next
- building a light home on a ltdge or( .to the (ijifecution- which )he him..-lf ; qua question with the Paripoliticians $
: rocks called the I I Aprillth, I'f'JO. i if', on what point of the" '
the 'Vhal 's H-irk, in liai- i [ AfgCrine coast is
I'I atifndfil with that zeal l which ought I to heexecte ) -
hOI of Portsmouth, being the amount ofarr.pprojiiatirtn i .,\ \ i'\1J "jJ 'J.i I.SEY, ,t in be landed So,\ recommend Oran, a good

a for that object, which was !I SIR-The ollicrrs of the Nuvy nttnched to this harbour about 130( miles to the west of Algiers ; other"
t.ikf. him
\\ ; pleasureJin bestowing upon[ arc
Buried to the sirplus) fund on the thiiiy-fitst} i I ])01"'( he Jistouragcd., in the course' so well deserved, tint we fear no! to be con- :. station, informed that vou riff relieved of jour present propose Bona, which is less remote. ttc this as it

'. of Di-ceinber, one thousand eight bundlednnd :j of life tilings) do not go on .<< jotl'.ly it sel- 1 trailicttd even by those who .should illine. command 'believe that Military etiquette wil'! n.ay, in two months, it is said, a large'armament

I tiventy-nme, one thousand! five hundred. i j dom happens iriat: the 'hopri we chciish i of i to sco in ;hi< article a mere oh'ctional; puff, I not censure this testimony of their high and entire ':ill he equipped, and will tail from Toulon, unless

.ioll.lr". :j the future LIre niaiiied. The path If life in !! which is f-r! from our mind, however desirous: approbation of the) gentlemanly and officer-like conduct :the] Dey make timely and satisfactory 8uLmiB io!. 1'

For building a liuht-hmvtr* at Cat Island, the prospect, apP<',tr"i smooth and level e- j; W(I ..Ii't! ih.it justice; should: l>c n mieied to jou have uniformly evinced toward them. The temperature of the Continent having charged

in the Gulf of l ;Mexico, bruiLr the amount of i j noiisih, but! uhcn we CMIIP to travel it, we""'j him.-/i'li1. When they look! hack upon the happy period they n the begining of the week, (Feb. ) the Freccliapers

tin approprjatinn for that: object. which \va :find i it L all I I \tip! lull!), and generally mi ugh i enough. i have hait the honor to be under your command, th-\ .. 'ire filled with directions from the luagintratesn

carried to the surplus' fund on the tbiiiylisst : ,; The journey a 1ihoiius i one, and whether I/ FATAL niTI. cannot permit you to leave: them, even thus -uddenlv regard: to the precautions to be taken on the breaking -

: of Decetr.ber, one tbousatul cight hundred .i i poor or wealthy} high "r low, we sh.ill tin))'J WP learn with deep reeret. tl at Willi-.n: Miller, without expressing sentiments of the deepest icgre up of the ice ou the einc, Maine, Loire, and

and twenty-nine, the thousand dollars. .': it so to our disappointment( : if wo have built Jr. t.q. uyuiiHtf law\tr I'lnladeljiliia. &. wl.o enjoyedaluaMe that Government should 1 have thought proper to ca-' : ,iher great river

For erecting a feacon in the haiborat the ; on any other calculation. To endure cheerfully It \ reputation in every lesjxct.: was; killed : you from among tlcm.-They beg le:1e to otTer theii Mr. Moore, brother General rlort-. who fell' at

nouth of Bass: River, between the townof what must he, .and to elbow oir way ye-tmiy! :NuaiMan's" Creek on the holders. of tl.u"DelavvHie. most sincere wi hea for your future pro,j Nit) an Jorunaa, and formerly Deputy Secretary at War
in duel with Lieut Charles' (; Hunter
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Dennis and rill, mouth, in Massachusetts, us: esily as v\e can, i.oping for little) Lutl of the l'. S. IVavy. It i is said that '1r. Miller died on preferment, and this proof of their grateful esteem but long retired from the discharge of that duty, hniveu !

!,Lling the nm.v.int of an appropriation for : striving for niucli, is pet mips the tine plan. the ..j.o t. the ball of bis adversary having peiforatedI : for those excellencies: to which two years re "dcnn} up his retirement allowance oftOW a year, :inconsideration

That object, which was carried to the surplus But, I I is I:uigs. This melancholy cata-trophe !IISM xcitedpleat I have made them the pleading vitrcsscs. In biddin. public exigencies.,

i'md on tho thirty-first of December, ono j DoiCl bt Discouraged, if occasionally you : !;(q1aiUn.Ve on the Ful,j''
thousand hundred and I the anil tre.id I for the ctlicers and ourselves iwli"i ual1y, till :iminution of our trade to the United States, gives iiiew
eight twenty-nine, : slip by) way, your neighbors ; over IJLtII'I': ihdmdunK are impeached, in them, of %VL.eig'ac' accept
or.c thousand dollars. you a little) ; in other words, don't let a : \' ill tile jifl'.tirve know notliami much ol ai irance that i ii whatever Htuutioa: eflife, fortui motiver turning attention to oar colonial pos

-" __ Forerectinga pier adjacent; to the pier at failure or two dishearten you-accidents ; Plj,;.i i irl iiaturallv and excusably blended with every rt'l'ft''lItati''lI! nf the niori iClit. i to different climates, that i it contains within
fculf.do in Xe\v York miscalcula'ions] will friends.
and placing thereon happen ; ; .sometimes be I \\.v' .IIallIifim'ljly)! rejirobatcdduellinp : rnd! every I
) the light-house authoii/ed to be bUIlt: at thor.ist made ; thugs will often till 11 out difli: cathy new v.-e-e serves to 'confirm tie worst opinion) of the (Signed) L. ROUS>EAU, Matter Com'Jt. >clf the facilities; for carrying on a large commerce;

_ir end of Lake Erie, by act of the from our e.Npectatiorib! ; and we may be suf- I custom and the nrtificu.l or ppurious honor UP'IIIwhich A. S CAVPB1.LL, Lindrnant. .iiiatTectcd by the changed which the preverse regulations -

_ eighteenth of I ;y, one thousand eight i.uudred furers. It i is worth while to remember that it is fouiIic13ut! ,__ the j ublic, or a part of the I G. F. LINDS.\YLf. Can Mar. of other states may operate. It is tingulai.K

-11 .Mid twenty-six, being the balance of an fortune is like the skies in April, sometimes) public; ,nu-n are'in cjuarre fault>,, stigmatize aliuost a1 heavily each other a" the and comb.itarKs then-, I Committee in ItltalfoftLe Ojfictrs of the Stat'fJlI :. ugh by the way, that if an empire extended toi

.'.Jjpiopriaion for that; which clouded and sometimes clear and favorable i if tit do i I I i iir.ee: quarters of the warlcfcry one would acknow
object, was carried ,, :y not fight, corttt-mpt too-generally expressed -
to the .surplus fund on the thirty-first of'ami it would be folly to despair ol again seeing for th tii forbearance. The moral cournje necessaiy : U. S. NAVYVAnn, lodge the benefit of a Tret-dom of intercourse among
; for the rerll, al of a challpn, or the omission to Pensacola prill,1t',:, lc"-Ji! alt its '):0\ incct ; while no sooner is a political diviiid' .
D cernbor one thousand ht hundred lndH'entniuc the because is so .
sun ; to-day -loriny ;
give one, in 1ldl ?nstances: is overcome by the dread I acknowledge established than that the freedom
much people fancy
GENTLEMEN- i is with pleasure
two thousand l live hundred dol- it is equally unwise to sink into } ( of ppblic opinion.! : Tberc j is often a wanton( and fatal
dC'pondn-1 I I letter yesterday, the kiji-1 1 of commerce, which would make tho world in tin'9
thenreceiptofyour
lars. j cy, when fortune frown, since, levity i'i treating the subject,beforehand; uith which :
For the South!. mon course of things, she be surely expected the sub! qucnt indi, natiou-though proper ia itself, : and llatterinp manner in which you have been pleaded respect like one empire, mu.t be mischievous, anti
building light-house at may
since wilful homicide of the kind must always he to approbation! of my conduct while in that the true policy! of all nations collectively i is, that 4I
jour
I entrance of Roanoke Marshes, in Nonii to smile again. And, again, ciiminal, c.immt be, denied to 1 be widely inconsistent. express I
hampering
command of this Navy Yard will remain one of the each should try to catch an advantage by
Carolina in addition to the appropriation of Don't be Discouraged, if you arc deceived I \\'c lake, thN impr I jjvi: : thousand dollars, made March second, in the people of the world ; it often )happens j I f'\"il- i is this which. explains nod extenuates the proudest recollections of my life. Be assured Gentlemen its intercourse with th: other- -Globe.

one thousand eight hundred and that men wear borrowed characters as I I finaJ ])rueeedm ol llie amiable victim wlw-.e corpse I feel equal pain with yourselves at a separation One subject congratulation is afforded in the last

twenty- I II now lit,; in our city. I .0 soon totaks })bco. I cannot take leave of you news from Li:Lon. DonIigucl, unable to obtain
eight five.thousand dollars. well I as borrowed clothes I i and sometimes i I
The ; Journal, of yesterday, I without expressing my cordial approbation of your money from other quarters, has ordered a levy to be
Horning
I For tebuilding the li ht-IJOuscIt Passama- .i iho.e wiiO have long stood fair. before tilt I'hiladolphia
I Ii contains the full in additional particular, with I conduct as Gentlemen and Officers, and my gratitude made on different mona.-tic orders; and thus makes
woiId rotten yt the From ow ?
quuddy Head in Maine eight thousand dol-! are very) cor(!
: lus.: i j sources such as these, you may be most unexpectedly peitiuent --trictiirf-s upon a practice which cannot Le I for the kindness and friendship you h.ivc invariably them expiate, iupait, their mischievous machinationsagainst

deceived and will naunally I too st strmi'ily i.-p.ecaltd ai.d condemned evinced towards myself and family and which has I the free institutions of their country. The
; you I I
: For bui1din a light vessel, to be placed feel sore under such deceptions but to i I lieli'-e I I'e' M1!g;;I' ;\t&on appeared which we made rendered my residence amongst you a most happy decree issued for this purjjp.sc has not been published

I on Uarysfort Reef, in the Territory of Florid if ; yesluii.iv.ol; t IjC'tJi.lt.: .). oftheintciferenceof:the I: :and envialle one. I tender to you Gentlemen and to in the Gazette; but there seems to be no reason to
'i, the one heretofore stationed there, those you must become used ; you tare as May >r to j-irveu: !t(1! occurrence of one or more dnlivLI1 : of sincere The i is the amount
the other officers of this station, asduranced my doubt! its authenticity. following
I I become be most people de, they wijl list' their, novelty ? (';! \(.li'.elvto; : occur, a meeting took place I IttV.f
decayeo to irreparable -(
m having so
Lieutenant Charles affection and esteem. of the assessment on each or er.-
before they and will learn to II William :'Miller( Jr. and
twenty thousand dollars. I' trust grow! grey! and you examine theiri I. ti. I Hunter 1 ol the \an'u: which th former ft el1lle. I That you and yours may be the recipients of the The Uierol mites 168, -uiilrti6
men cautiously; to
For surveying private land claims in East manv as f'lIot(1: upon the first lire The duel took I choicest of Heavens blessings, is the fervent prayer of The Bernadinea 179,000
i i characters closely! %before you allow them afternoon, below Chester, in
4 Florida, eight thousand dollars. 1i place early on umkiy : Your friend and most Ob't. Serv't.i'1. The Benedictines 139,000!
i great opportunities to injure you.i the hituto of lnlavvare.) and all the flUr\1\'lIl partieseoiicrrnd
Forthe_ salaries of Registers and Reccivorsof i Don't be Discounted under any eircum- .I have'Utd. The excitement.that has heel! T. WOOLSEY, The Mpnka of St. Vincent 120,000.
r Land Offices,,whore there are no sales, 11 stances.-- - Go steadily 0 forward.- 01 -Hattr-- -U! I pioduci-rt ;in this community by so hoinble and unusual Capt. L. ROVSSEAC, I I The Convents of La Grace 69,000 '
I I ocrurrrure. is fcreat. Mr.Miller: was u young 39JO(
thousand do/htrs. an cry ,
two Licuf. A. S. CAMPBELL : The Dominicans
\ consult your own conscience: than the opinions J ; enlleman of 1'ic' liar, who has alxv'ay borne an amiable 5OO4)
For tile salaries of two Keepers of the wordto Lieut. (J. F. LINDSAY, Com'lg. Marines. The Carmelites
of men, though the last is not to be di i.s'l chaiaclcr, and although we would not :say a L "
Public Archives Florida thousand i '. duellist he was certainly dragged in bAalfoftht! 'Officers of the U. S. Xury l Grd.IT '
one
Com.
in i regarded. Be incustriolls--be: ; frugal-be exculpate} ; y yet Making i ic all 732,000. .. .1:
causes.Thedispute
trivial
dollars., )honest-deal in perfect Kindness with all into the. nu'tiMire by the most the third ot'our Do- at the rate of exchange, about 150,00fif
bntwf en !him and hU antagonist! We Indebted lo the politrneis or, present
T For stationary and books for the oflices of,:, who come hi your way, exercising a neigh- of a fecrie w:Mch ha*?firawn out of a fued between two for are of the following bill reported in A few more'fl'emands of this Kind would cooHh ]loyalty

i Commissioners of LOlIisL five hundred dol- I I bourly and bbiiMi'; : spirit id your whole in- other individuals, [!Mr.' Griffith and R. Dillon Drake.] legatc Senate, on'a copy the Iflth nil. 'bjr Mr. Benton from a of these fathers to their new sovereign, W&
between the
1., 'htr I tei course, and if you do not prosper) as rapidly Iu of order the dU-.atai.taj.to promote u a letter reconciliation had been written one by pair tho select committee which was read, flcd passed to o&econd make them suspect the policy of those blasphemous

For allowance to tin; Law Agent, As ist- t as :uy of your neighbors, depend upon friends L1 I R A. Dft Russy, Niles C. Smith, .Jamcs.l"l'IIon9 rending. harangues in which they proclaimed him the'angel. .

ant Consul, and District Alto1 ney, under it you will be as happy. llaifield! imjth, and Digby B. Southl of A BILL to ucvni in office tl fa t.Viu Collcr'OT$ and oftbe Lord" sent to save unhappy.Portugal.
I' that he had ,
,' 1' the act supiilrmcntaiy( to the SLA era!- actsproviding Boston Pa. one been of in the gentlemen and expressiog, acknowledging a hope that the a lair DiAwr of the Rtvtnnt, and toBeittnactfdbyfafeitatcandHvuae tlflace dcfautCT' It i il now fixed that Prince Leopold of Saxe Co*

lu' the settlement of private: land 1 would be.error quieted without further Irritation. This 01&presrr':., burg is to be the future Sovereign of the new luag;

dated of DcsirtLr*. The l\lontr .l Gazette, of i addressed to Mr. Miller, as a friend of'tie I the limits of which will be fully**
Ci.nis! in FioiiJat twenty-third May, ?: pronobaUa.s ares ofcJ Vnittd Mate of Amenta, In Congress c--1 I dora of Greece,
one thousand ight hundred and tivcniyc.rht the 8th inst. contains the following singular partlc!, who was immediately waited upon alluded by Tl',At in the fir$ week ol the mouth ol In-1 extenr-ive M could well be expected. It i* also reported .
of the gentleman ,
thousand -"Iiy letters from it Lieutenant Hunter, on behalf uTarvD Ot1d it the same time ill every fourthveai"thcreafierlhe : all the Ionian ishnds will be added tb?
including contingencies, two paragraph : Kingston, the return of the original that :
14 to in the l">tt'-r, requesting President shah cnnse a tatrmnt -
4 l J\c: hundred t.ull-.rs. I; appeals that lame parting) : of the American I and all the copies that had been made,of*. The be laid ttfre ecn"rfn oftht'! Account! fir i 1ciDg4.m of 4.rlte G., reyr* eicepted, wli I C1J, : 1't
Fcmco at Su'-kflt's Harbor have lately do- remie--r\vcwiuimedinlely complied with by Mr.tl ww, IG
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Ot tk .4d 4ie, the DriUah will maintain em'etatIe Secretary of\Var which after t
:ian ; *On1C remarks ordorgJ
was tube
from Mr. Finch engrossed for a third reztd. I of Guaymns Magadan, and San Bias In TiH
-1'.ion of in perpetuity. i was carried, by a \ote of 84" ,'
yeas, notes not counted. Mr. Taylor moved to refer ing. J/r. Shields, from the committee on :j Mexico.Silas. -
of the Jourr
Editor Morning
rite pfoptiftorsund the resolution for the publication *f a list of patents, .. Enrolled Bills, reported several bills ; end K. Everett, of New York to be :
\ were brought up f.r judgment in the conit of granted to the Committee on the Judiciary, but the I'|I various private bills were passed through the Consul of the United States Panama, in ,
at
,' -j'. Bench, for libeling the Duke uf Welling motion was negatived ; and a further motion to refer : usual stages of Ieislation. Mr. Swift lie i ( i
it to a select committee, \a.carried in the moved Republic Colombia.
Mr. Alexander the editor, was seal. affirmative.
nilth n I
; The resolution, submitted by Mr. Condict, to inquire the reconsideration of the vote of the Joseph Washington Elliot \\all.lce, to be j :
four
Tared imprisonment of J2 months, VIE. 1 into the condition ofthe Indians in Georgia, Aluha- House on the resolution introduced by himn Consul of the United Slates at San Antonio s

months f.r each offence ; the 6rst, the libel on the I' ma, and Mississippi, was next considered, and die- relation to the fortifications proposed to in Mexico, in place of David Dixon resigned. ; '_
the libel! Lord cn ned at Home length. Mr. Wilde offered ,
L *e of Wellington : secondly, on an amendment be constru-ctco- oh Lake Champlain The 1

r-nncellor: ; and thirdly, thc libel on the House of j t formation, requesting respecting the any President intrusion, communicate by the citizens in-of motion .being agreed to, tho question was Thom'ai F. Knox, of Virginia, to bo Con- !i ,j\ .

uunons, and to pay a fine of 300 pounds. Then I I Georgia, on the lands .of the Cherokee Indians, and about to be taken when tho hour elapsed. sul of the United States at Angosura, in the :' 1t
., Mr. I'aac on was sentenced to pay a fii.e ospoun.1 also relating to the outrages committed hy these Indians -( Mr. Irwin, of Ohio, gave notice that, 0:1Tuesday'nextj.he Republic Colombia. l' j
/ and ,Mr Mars tint ,". suffered to go Upon the Georgian Mr. Condict suggested a i t
Author modification, that it should comprise also should call up the bill respecting peter Holz.jr.j Pennsylvania, to bp
,v: i-uge, upon his own rrrognisnnres. gre committed by the citizen* of Georgia upon ag- :. certain unsold Lands in Olio.rrlic Consul chime United States at Valencia, in i I I :
"1 he foreign pulley af Groat Biiiam *a", on tlic ;, the Indians, to which Mr. XViide s scnted ; and the bill i for the relief of certain persons engaged Spain. t ,

,.;h ull. discussed at considerable length; i.i the colntion as amended and modified was l. ol'tt'd.- i I in the land and naval service of the United Daniel Burrows, to be Surveyor of I

:Viine of Lords. ,The EUlijrct was introduced l fly 'sihru-s Mr. liurringer! and rumlumcnts presented!; of a various resolution officers to reduce employed the Stales in time RevolutionaryVar, by exempting District, and Inspector of :the Revenue, ',s\ '

,,rd Holland: who concluded" a desultory oratii.n, ill tiic collection of the revenue which wits laid upon I, the soldiers ditto devolution from the port of Middletown, in the State of Connecticut j "

r>\ tnOVlo; a resolution touching the future co'isii'ion thc table and OIdercd to be printed. Mr. Crockett I arrest in certain cases, was read a third time. from the 22d May, 1830, when .! I, .1 .:
,.' and territorial ext nt Grecre. Tile Noble presented a motion to print bUIN( ) copies of the report Upon the question of its passing, Mr.[ .] Haynes II, -sent commission ill expire I !
of the jSecictary of War, the Weft Point \ 1.
'$ iron h mn clis'on'lc'd; at the eleventh hour," : Academy,which was passed respecting, upon a division, ayes called for the yeas and nays, and], the call; Joshua Carpenter, t') be Collector of .. i
that the flhii iTS8' ler-liiip u IU ngniust him, foiboi'.ehis 9. noes nut counted. The resolution of Mr Wirklillc heing sustained, they were taken, and the Customs for the District of Penobscot,

".'I 'r''' motion tll a ,Viviiun.icretary for the amendment of the 15th' rule of th > houi- I hill was: n.isstd hv a lIIaioritYeas, -.' -00.( I Insi"; 'ctor of the Revenue for tho port .1 I I
i-- fri forjin afiYirs correclel! the i concerning unfinished business, was taken--I no.: and; nays 8 1. 'On motion* of Mr.' flcmphill the Castinr, in the State of Maine, view Samuel I
)Ir. Sutherland. expressed hi< opinion: that it would i ,
RI1'1111:1>'1) House went into committee of the \\'lOlo K. Oilman removed. I'
I'ftOOf'Oil'Itf'*, lUiiMMlieiitic. tarts, ho preferable to bring it forward in the shape of a on !1
.t'lfercHce. of the) NoMe B.HUII ; at.il the lir-t Lord j jof joint resolution! of the llouce and the :'nah After 'I I the tate of the Union:: and took lip the bill John Crowniushieid, to be Appraiser .. ,'
the. summed up cnrnpn-hriuivcly and some'remarks from Mr. \\ rklitic, Mr. Sutlicrl uid ,! for m.'iking a road from Buffitlo, through Goods for the port Boston, in the State i!:

ancJusiv'ly treasury In the course of the Duke of \Vel- I moved The to lay motion the resolution was negatived.upon and the alter table until today \Va>lijncton City, to New Orleans. On Massachusetts, Isaac W.iters: removed.John i i ; 'l-
wnilc marks some ;- motion of ... Blair, of Tennessee, tire com- Grant, jr. to be Collector of .: ;
: from
!mg'on'F yirb: Ills! ( sac, ndvociititij; Mr. Tyler, the resolution was, ou motion i
!j ir pwlirv with nn earnrs'nrs tmt! ronld PtiCi-I'I, of Mr. Steiigere, laid upon the table. Tiie, following ini.tee rose, aid: the House adjourned. Customs for the District, and Inspector | ::1 \ I
\ bills were read a third time and passed ; bills'! for the the Revenue for the port of Oswego, in f
March !
jni ton'triiFd, a.'t'ltf'.t 'inphr.ticalltliat ntigUudiert"r I 21. ]
:. relief of Stephen Olney, J. H'IIk'I: Ale, aJ'ler: IN State of New York, from the 2d May, 1830 I "
W H ill .* <:'fltCil1 hich she could em*taik; ih Claxton, Charles Wiikes. Michael Lewis, \Viili.iniMorrison SENATE.A i
.'nr>" war w'tjl 80 mans advunt/iges HS at the j!' 'fhomasVJcklit1 James Smith and Pc- memorial was presented by the Presi- when his present commission will expire. 1
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n n U\omf'nt. I ter c..iinuy and a bill to provide for.the payment of !! dent from a number of the citizens of New John T. Vcrnor, to be Surveyor and Inspector J :
reMnt I puudr/ citizens of Arkansas; for .'eprr- atuH-J in ldH> ,, York, complaining of the exorbitance of the ot t the Revenue for the port of Albany 1 -,
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The debate in the House of Commons on the! 12th Idl7, and Jti':i. Tlie bill for the relief in I I
persons fees chargeable; on vessels trading on the in the State of New York, from the
I
it Ime suh the land and naval service, wan, alter an ineffectual :
jnierpst, for on n >ct ;
nit. was of great !; niutftn to pOKtpone its consideration until Monday Lake JVJr. iNaudnin presented certain resolutions of May, 1830, when his present -
j-flf-rlinjr almost ereYindividual! in the kingdom, next, taken into consideration. oldie Legislature of Delaware, af- will expire.D.ivid t \

nm* ms ihnse mean*of ,pbtainin rrlirf which! rmv I March 23. iirmiiig: the constitutionality of the tarifF' of B. McNeil, to be Collector of ,

Surd the .Mi-1 .ion not of fhe-Mistf- and Spf"Cn1.lrol'. *, I IX SENATE. 1B28. A report from the Secretary of the I Customs fur the District of Champlain, ; '
'.1\1 of itt ri v. ho net with lintiitjuil ca (ilJ. 11"} artpnssMfced -] Petitions were )p roe n led by Messrs. El- Navy, made in compliance with the resolution I Inspector of the Revenue fur the port I f f.:

of n Jarc1 *take in Ihp Country.Lirttpwl i j Iii, Frciir
Tdi. 1C.- -Our tat circular was urdrr Kane. Mr. JVaton, from the Select conit information as to the expediency of dis- the 2d May_ 1830 when the commission :. !,t .

dAle 1st inst. Miice tn Mit mtton maiket habeendu'il Q :t mittee to which hid: hrew, rfened iho reso- pensing with marines on board of the Government Fifderirk L. C. Sallly will expire. -
i
aiH, ,lailtuilSj dncli-j .". frrsa being > hl..ions introduced i by that: gontlemnn: oticI vessels, and employing partially I John P. Ohborne, to Le Collector: of ; !
lb.lowf'r. Tdo for fllTtnight I I cohU'mpkuhijr an amendment of the Consti- Customs fur the District and :
now !l-4 (p" r iniioit| a disabled fncI'c l'ran SC 1n'.en as guards! in I Inspector! -
pas amounts ti) hot 44.000 hales, of hich I lutin'.i: ;l s relates to tile election t of President the Navy Yards, was; read. In this report, I Itlw Revenue for the port of S:'pg Harbor, :I I i

: oooo, bnle nil Anifrlt.in, chiorty now PIII Ir;. !land! VJGC I-t'jidt-nt ; and {(the other directing I the Secretary gives it as his opinion that it the State of New YOlk, from the 10th" : ; ..

and it hns len firely afli'ifd at th.' nbove (ki| "3.iou. :| ti inquiry .::I:' tho expediency of dimini.shin will bo highly advantageous to the service to : May, I 1830, when the (orul11i ;ion of : i! -

'f ere \ill flOWs how.-Tor, a better drm.ind. |
with rather mo e firmness on th? part of lh<> hol4rrs !-:I UtiV (', ifiportodsix bills as follows : A bill) to station*, but that there i is considerable dou twhetller John Chew, to be Surveyor and) ) ''
I t'llice the faithful disburscis and) of the Revenue !for the Havre I tl ,.
and the appenmnCt' iia m.'e '(1'1I1I.HKCI.\, secure irr it will be most advantageous to retain port {} '
Tlie, weight of ilis lnji'tc i iA in nc\v Uplan' l at 6 'I collector of jhc revenue, and to displace uelunlters I ordispense: with life services ofthc marines onboard I Grace, in the State of Maryland, from 'i

l- 'lo 66.8 : and --)ftc lm"1!I parcel, paiticiilailyprithr ; a bill Jo regulate the appointment} our armed vessels : the several officersof 1 10th of May, 1830, when his present commission :

at 6 3-4. chiefly ( ::3prr lb. Thr sales l $tXceV I Midshipmen a bill! to regulate the appointment } I the Navy consulted by him, entertaining I'I ) will expire. .1 1t;

amounted t< 11,700 bales, of n-l.ich 8,300 of cadets fij the Military Acacle- val ions and opposite opinions on the subject.' George W. Briscoe, to be Surveyor k ,

tplnnd At 6 3-4 to 7 : SGO'JrJeuns at C 1-4 to I iinyat West Point ; a bill to regulate the jAt: ah early hour, the Senate vent into the Inspector of the Revenue for the port I r '

75.6 with 25 at S; 251) AUb-imi: at () to 6 1.4 ; nnd -appointment of Postmasters ; a bill to prevent I( consideration of Executive business, and Nottingham, in the State of Maryland, : 1-
CO !*" Islands! nt 11 1-2 t tl 13 2. Thealoj! of nil I Military and 'Naval Ofiicors from being continued in scant session until it adjourned. the lOlh of May, 1820, when his present commK I'

j oiIs yesterday were computed atvabii( 2":;Q-J l,als.. ![, dismissed the ervice at .the pleasure of the IN THE HOUSE.A iou will expire. ...'
5*>a Inlaftil( >! extremely dull and pi ices' lioost nominuL j President ; and a bill to regulate the publica- ;I message from the President of the U. William Nelson, to be Collector of .
of the laws and of advcrtiseimcnls. States Customs for the District, and Inspector I () .
Two or three cargoes of ihfc new crop of j lion public i was presented hy his private Secretary ; :
Orleans have Arrive J,'but not yet brought upon the I :Mr.i Livingston, on leave introduced : A. J. Donclson, Esq. with various bills, [It the Revenue for the purof Yorktown, j I 1

rnarket. two bills, one to amend the 12th sectionof I approved and signed by the President. Mr. i the State Virginia, from the 3rd of \ ,!*1-.'

-_-_- _____.t:-.-----_-___-0 --- the act establishing the Judicial Courts.I T Powers, from the Committee on the District I 1830, when his present.commission. will ex1 J :
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of the United Stales ; and the other to provide Columbia.repotted a hill for reorganizing -1 pire. 0 .. '
CONGUh.\ \J. fur the trial; of causes in the circuit the Courts of Justice in the District, J Jmc5V a c, to Surveyor and Inspector : ;;'

courts of the United States,where the presiding which was read twice, referred to a committee of the Rcvenne for the port of Swan Bo'I! .

The Sc-natc di,}not sit on :tllrdnv.Ji March 21. Judge interested, or from any oilier of time whole oh the State of the union, lOHgh, in the State of Noith' Carolina, I i : i

T1IK 1I0l' 1':." cause- -,. prevented, from acting. Mr. H.ivno.: and ordered lobe printed. The resolutionof t.'ieSd: of May, 1830, when his present f, :
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A quorum: not lviu i ;r proaerst at the !:: rr of "is'emf !.I from; the committee on Naval Affairs, report '.. Swift, for the construction of fortifications mission will expire. '
3injr. ac-illut'the llouc was inov >dtnd in'prd.' .-I I ed a bill to pjovide for the ,
Jt motions\va Accordingly adjournment proceeded, and in for: the mid HUsp alter n.*.in'vcralj of I duties of the commissioners of time iNavy. ration! of which had been ordered on the preceding the Distiirt of \Wilmington, in the State ) i ; ;. ,

llir call, it wasiltiinntfU uj'ncld t.Vl \ot- ofR4, I The bill introduced, on leave, hy Mi Benton ifay\ was then taken up. North Carolina, from the 2(1<1 of May, ;1 s "t
flops te.mnlfd. ;11. 'altlbjf'n!; fimn the Cominittocof authorizing the mounting ind: equipping Thefollowing f bills, were read a third time when his present; commission will expire. 1m m :.
CoiiitnrcP. rpp/utcdnji ansendinrnt: to the of of the United States William E. Hayr.p,.to be Appraiser I'
'of and
a portion. tne army I passed; : The bill !upplemcntnry to an :\
bill imkinir : li lt-hon'ei, l
aprojiriiition-4tor) Ln'.juinjr
t'i ip't! !t.."\!,. i h "or.K] r. .d ihoimmt't;:*. j.lr.cinj! : bu<,y j not exceeding ten companies, for tile protection -fact authorising the citizens of Territories Goods far lime ponofCharicstoaiulhe! : ; :i ,
.11 It! for improving i i1. .tLJ&)1r4 an.l directing surveys, : of the Western frontier, was taken up ; ot Arkansas and Florida to elect their offi of South Carolina, vice Andrew Smylic,
which amendrnan wa II rend and coiiiniit: : .d tn a roinxnittee -1 and after a brief explanation from A'r. Ben1 -. cers.: the bill from ihe Senate to change the moved.VilliamJoyner. !! .. : J
of the whcl" IUH !1 ton, as to the importance and utility: oftht) port of entry from Neiv!\ Iberia to Franklin, '
.The, resolution nfMr S.viftr. : the making of nurveyuto -
aKCPrtiiu; u iHtubl! place fori'ie' construction 1 measure, the blanks were filled with. the turn ill the* Slate of Louisiana,; and the bill from customs for the District:, and Inspector 1: t ,
of'forrifirationsou! the northern froiitien-; the e. :. : of $33T5({, to provide for the purchase of the Senate to change the residence of the the Revenue fur the poit of Beaufort, in th .' j '.

wa then Liken np. j the requisite: number of horses and cquipi collector of Burlington, New Jersey The State of South cuiolina, from the 22d of I 1.1.If

Tie; hoasc then went intocorr.mittrp of the whole, i ments, and with the sum $13,750 for the House, then, on motion of Mr. Ilemphill, I 1830, when his present commission will I .-0
Mr. in the chafi. I I t
McCoy on tile foliouinp' private .
bi'ls' ; the bills for the relief Stephen! OlncyJ.II.) ; subsistence of the horses for one year : the went into a committee of the whole, on the I III re.John of the : I f'
then ordered he f for of the union and took the bill for Stevens, to be collector .
\\Vndcl, Alexander Claxton: ChailcVilk, : ( H and ILJill was engrossed a state tip a ,
Afichael Lewis. fhey were !evrrnlly! dwcuff-ed and t third reading. Several piivate: bills from road from Buffalo to New Orleans.On toms for the District of Savannah, iu i '
reported, and ordered to be cpgrof" ed for a third the House were read and ordered to a second motion of Mr. Carson, the committee State of Georgia, from the 1st of April t "
readinz Monday.. The! Houcf Went into I _I
: ngnm when his: commission expire.
After tint in Ex- prescnt
: reading. some spent rose and the house adjourned.APPOINTMENTS .
Committee. 3Ir. Carson in the chair. on the nnuexed :
of
bill.for the relief of U'illam Morrison, Thomas ecutivc business, the Senate adjourned. j Archibald Clarke, to be collector \ i1

WicklilTe, James Smith, and Peter Gasney: mid n I IN Tin: 1I0t E.I :. RY. THE PRESI customs foi the Distric', and Inspector of t j .
till to provide for the !tmyment of nndry citi/ens of I :iIt'. Powers, from the committee on the DENT.- .- Revenue for the port of St. Marys, in : j .i
Arkansas, for depredations in 1'1'' ., 1817) and 18':) 1 District of Columbia, reported the following State of Georgia, from the 6th of May, \
Oathe committee risinpr. these, also, were reported resolution By and with the advice and consent of the when his : commission will expire. I :.1'"
and ordered to be engrossed for a third reading. The I : Senate. prrsen t :
honse then adjourned, by a vole upon n divi&ion, oft Resolved, That the rule of this House be Lyman Briggs, to he Surveyor and r I :,i J
:1 to .18. so amended that every second Thursday, George M. Dallas, of Pennsylvania, to be spector of the Revenue for the port 18disanville ,

ihrcIi 2 (commencing with Thursday, of next week) Attorney of the United States for the Eastern in the State of Mississippi, from I ;

IN SHXATE.Prtltion Inr- ForJTth.Diekerson I! snail be set apart for such legislation as shall I II District of Pennsylvania, in place of, 22J of May, 1830, when his present conim I
v/rr1 presented s rl > !
Freiiiij.Jiavaen. Ih cge I S, Clisrmln'rs, tn'jllty I he necessary for the District of Columbia. Charles J. Ingcrsoll, removed. :, )>sion will expire. f
King. B?!1!, end SiUbw, several of wuidi It was, according to the usage of the William Fulton, of Alabama, :lobe Secretary Robert Mitchell, to be collect 6F / I I
\( in Favur nt" the Southern I Indiniis ; and two ,of House, laid upon the table for one day. Mr. in and for the Arkansas Territory, in customs for the District, and Inspector 1

then solu'I'OC on the submitted Kiibjert Sabbith some day mill nso lt.!hr The Mr. Iliiln'.cg two re-, Buchanan from the committee on the J nc1i1ciary I place of Robert Crittenden, removed. the Revenue for the port of Pensacola,

cal'i.ig'; npon the Potm.iralrar.d ircrretniv to which was referred the memorial of I John Patterson, of Ohio, to be J/arshal ofI the Territory) of Florida, from the 3d i

of the Treasury, for information as to the number ofT Luke E. Lewless, complaining of the offi- the United Sttitcs for the District of Ohio, April, 1830, when his present
ejvity Postniasfor: nnd jsubordin orflccrs of the rial conduct of Jam s H. Peck, Judge of the I in place William Doherty removed. will expire. :
CuK=t.>:jis, who hlIU! ln renoved: iuce The fourth j I IVilliam
of March' lat, and what pnir.ber of Cui-tom House District: Court of the United States, for theDis'irict I' William Daniel Patterson, of New Yoik I' :M. Loftin, to be Surveyor
,
olficers!J ha-: been increased, or diminished, wore rontidfrrd of Missouri, report, to be consul of the Unit d States at Antwerp Inspector( of the Revenue for the port of 1
and agreed to. The resolution .submitted Audicws in the Territory of Florida,
hy Thai in consequence of the evidence collected in 1j
of Charles
:
Mr. \ also place Birnet: removed.Cliailes .
4jtdhnrJ.t't tdnpted, requpsting from the 3d of Anril. 1830. when his present
j tiiein in virtue of the with '
hy : powers Rliind of t w w -
Ww
the York
Secretary of the ?I'rr .surv a statement of the e\- lo de Con-
enditures for the } rars li3!" and Iti':J, re-pective-S which they have been invested by the ', suI of time United Slates for time Port of Odessa i mission will expirr. '
Iy, under.ach head appropriation with an amendmuut i House ; and l which is heiQunto subjoined, I on the Ulack Sea in Russia. Conway Whilile, lobe collector: of
offered by Mr. Foot, and modified embracing I they are areiQoo of opinion, I customs for the .District of Norfolk ;
time amount expended increased for outfits of|, Ficderick Kahl of :
bo Con-
or Germany, to Portsmouth in the State of Virginia,
Minister i and Charge des Affaires trcatie with the I I that James II. Peck, Judge' of the District -
sul of the United Slates
Indians, and all other expenditure for 1828 and i i Court of the United States, for the DiF for the Kingdom of'VirtemLerg Moses Myers, removed. ;
1829, for which no appropriation had been made ; together trict of Missouri, be injpc'ached of high mis- j \ nod the Grand Duchies of lIes r., Cideon F liz, to he Register of the 4
with the transfers of appropriations duringth3se I dernoanors in office. Dermstadt, and Baden. i if I Office for the District of Lands subject j

bills years were, and read the authority a third time therefor.and passed.The following The- II. Mr. Bates moved to discharge the committee Sidney ./ason, of Jlass'lchuselts, to be sale at Mount Salus, in tho Slate of Mi

bill miking appropriations to carry into effect cc. of the Wholcon the state of the Union, Connil) of the United Slates, for the Port of sippi, from the 10th of May, 1830, when

lain treaties ; the bill to place Charles Yeaton on the from the further consideration of the resolution St. John, III the Island of Porto Rico, i in present commission will expire. -4
Privateer Pension Roll : the bill for the relief of the i I offered by him, respecting the compensation place of Robert Jaques, removed* John M. Davis, of Pennsylvania, to
etecutor ofStephnTipton'; the bill for the relief of Marshal of the United Slates for the \
Abigail l Appleton ; w l"il! for the relief of Henry to be allowed to wounded and disabled John S. Mierckeri, oT Pennsylvania, to heCnnsnl
Sickens and others : the bill for the relief of Crud I; officers and soldiers of ,the militia of the of the United States for the Island err Di Hict of Pennsylvania; in place

ttrer ; the bill for the relief nf Francis Comparet ; :: Revolutionf in order that the qncstipn might of Hugh Davis, removed. i
-od the ViH for the relief of Thoma Buford. The' Martinique. Charles Shade, of Illinois: to Le ./) !
come Before tho House and be made the William 11Ybr.C0115L11 of the United
beaata Stirling -
spent some time in the consideration of F.x- Of the United States, for the District
CClltive busme8M, special order of the day for Monday Upon Slates for the port of Barcelona in Spain, :'
this he asked for the and which in Illinois, in place of Henry Conner, '
IN THE HOUSE. yeas nays, place of Charles Douglass. I'
I William of Tennessee to be
Lyorr, .
After the presentation of petition and memorial, were ordered.' The yeas und nays were taken Frednrick Schillow, to he Consul of the States -
United fot the
Mr. Polk! frwn 1lJe eommitt on the public lands reported and was decided1 by a vote of 130 to 49, United States for the Port of Stettin, in the- .shal of the ,t -
a bill far the relief certain otficera and sol- that the question be referred the_ House. ;I Kingdom ofPrussm.Theodore i District Tennessee, in place of John
dir
of the revqrlutioa, .whick was read twicf, knd' removed. I
laway
,
referred to a committee of the- Whole 110 use. The 1\J r. Buchananfrom the committee on trie J'udiciary Privat, lobe Consul of the Univ :
'solution of Mr. Swift, for fortifying the C United. reported a bill supplementary to an ted Slates for the port of Cette, in the Kingdom I ephaniah Drake, of New Jersey, )
Alltel frontier on Lake (Charnplain' taken up.-i act authorizing the citizfens of the Territories of France, in the place of Alexander de be Marshal of the United States for the
!'.tion,Lamar moved to lay it upon the table; bat the Arkansas and Florida' to elect their Tube'uf, deceased., trict of New-Jersey, in place of Olive

.it was to the negatived committee as also on military wn the affaire.proixwrtioo The toleflr officers. It wag read twice, and after some John Lenox Kennedy, of New York, to Ogden, removed. t

( t n shen recurred upon limo m.t 1"n of its refer- remarks from fllr. I3ucianan and \VJliulNl? be Consul of the Untied! States for the ports Garret D. Wall, pf New Jerjey, t. I .

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N ->, < NOTICE. Notice, Notice ia l\eieb, G lVQU, I II Notice.


'lf T weeks after daf?, I shall apply to TO all ..whom it may concern that made Marian and THE subscriber intends leaving this place H.r t"e
T SIX is ilexd, alter having duly on the 1st of May next and
M ..... HE Undersigned ha constituted and appointed presiding Justice of the County; published a last Will and Testament he I ein sli- I+ requests :all persons indebted to the;I late firm once of nwre

Court of Escumbia County for letters of appointed the subscriber Executor, v.:ho, has quake
The following stanzas arc from the pen of R.: II. ADAM GORDON Esq. Haines & Gates
Administration on the estate of fled<<1 and taken upon himself the execution theirof. I ,
t Wilde Esq. of Augusta. 'l'heyVcoe written many: All indebted the cstateare requested to
Attorney at Law, persons :o or to himself (whose notes!!! or account. hue
been
years since, bat we believe never beforepublished.Ceo. I Juan Fernandez, Deceased, male immediate payment nnd those lo whom the due\ ) to make imml diate t payment. hose who
: ANDN. ciliate is indebtcdto present their claims for payment [ not avail themselves of this notice t.p
,
!1Ie," must not
y )$ Manuel Gonzalez.Ponsacolu ti-n
"
., within tile lime I 1'f'&crilJ'd l lIy Law. plain it'they find! their accounts ia tho hands
ODE TO EASE. S. PARMANTILU: t .q., his Agents and of an
l\JarchGth, 1830-2-tf JOHN DE LA IIUA. : Attorney for collection.

I never bent at glory's tjuine, Attorneys in fact in this ,place.W. Executor.Pensncola Samuel Gates.Pen'aeoa
.
To wcallli I never bowed the: knee, llascll Hunt. Pubic NoticeIS J October 9th, 1S-9. March ] 1830--3-.tt:

Beauty has. heard 110 vows of mini -
Pensacola 1st February, If30-50-(Gin '"
I love tree. Ease, and only tii:e : IIEKEBY GIVEN, i A r sil'St1 Pr.1Z' I IOF NOTICE.VTXUfc .

Beloved of the Gods and men, Territory of Florida, Juscjrh Y. Cruzat, } THAT this suit has beenrs. << I Fashioual.lt 5U.MMEII CI.OTIlIl"\G., jU3 Subscriber publicly notifies all persons

filter of joy told liberty, Western District Court j instilnicd by nltncliuicnt ill arrived.anil, for bale i'IY the Undesigned |i upcrior Carlos DC 1'illiers, > the Superior Court EsoaniAihninislratar I ot a certain Wharf and C tt'p'ntf'n'| Shop, Mtnafcd,
(
When wilt thou\isit me again 1
of but Cuunl Ti!ctrfcml.fit]
Jackson.DLC. y. CONSISTING OF near thr I mouth of Bayou :Mulatto together with
In lonely wood or silent I:ten, Carlos DC J'illtU$. j and l all other: pttsontiutr the building material in IBid all[
Bluck, Kruuii: and CJicen Bombazcrn Shop, and an un.
. By falling: stream, or rocky den, TERl11829.JJlathan rested arc hereby required to ap.rar| and plead to Coatees and Frock Coats finished vessel lying at said Wharf. And he hereby
this ded1 atlOlI. ,
l1rmtlcyrs )
Like those where once 1 foundthef, v>hcii, warn nil persons apain.it: haY iug from John
V IN CHANCERY. Angola, Circassian, and French: Linen do. with a Gardner or other individual of
Despite the ills of poverty, Nancy TIIllff. ) Public Notices t vaiK-tj of nientiuncd )property.any my the above

And wisdom's warning prophecy, _An_ .A.nr.liriilinn_ .. fur .:i. Divorrn.
u n. PH -- - -- Jeremiah R. II.
1' Smith.Apiillst
1 listened to thy pyren voice, itnppeariug to the sati-fadfiun of( the Court that I JS HEKKnr, GIVEN' I ACEETS. .
1830-5: 3t.,
And ma Jo tli.ee mistress of my choice. I tl-e delend'ntt resides out of the Territory. It 1sthcrci'ore Pedro t\llllS TIIATthKMiUha-iUi'iiinMi-. : i!, Fine, plain, and frilled Inen: shirts ; mack Italian ..

.r ordered, that this. case be :set for hearing at r*, lung! hy uttachnu'llt in Ib' Zupe : cravats and stocks ; silk pocket liamlkrrrliitT, -

the next term oftii! Court. j Teresa Km, > nor Court, rninlia: : :: County- !I I bilk and cotton Hosiery ; Mach), horse ikin, le.iv Tax Collector's
1 cho'e thee, East and goryled/ It H further ordered that, a copy of this! order he Lorenzo Ilru and The Defendant and all' other persons :: and linen glove ; silk, cotton and worsted stis

For mo no mere her laurels spread, published! in someone of the authorized newspapers I f'tlolIll; Bra. J interested arc l.ercby: : required i: ponders ; black, white and seal hats, of fine quail- SnIc.
of this Territory f for months kucfcaihelv.llobt. I I
threo
I I and .
to plead to the Ik duration.Prntirrola
Her golden crown shall never shed appear es, cad latest f.isluon! with a general supply_ of "
A. Lou, Oci. ;SOil(,, IKIli-:tt.Mf.
Its beam of splendour round my head ; I BOOTSAND WILL BE SOLD
()I k.
And when within the narrow bed, On the
ord in
)k Saturday April
40-I3tESEIITED Free School -. a I ,
To fame and ever dead
memory SHOES 4c. 6.T the Court Hoi; >door of the Count)'

3Iy wretched core is thrown. L\\ of Jackson in tt.e Town of
$30 II.c'Vtlrl.D LOTTER I'7. J. O'Neill.Pcnsaeoa11tay : Marianna,
No column but
a stately sculptured pllr uant to the Revenue Law of ItSi'S: thelullowuig
Nor holds within its ) 12th 1S'29.1411.Notice. .
urn that trust, {
( from this Post, on the llMh inst. riF'HI CLASS, property, for cash.

The Nor poor monumental remains of tone.mortal dust, Private To 1)0 drawn in the City of New SO Acres of Land lying in aid County,

John Fuller on the waters of Cliipola: levied upouto
Nor willow waving in the pale.N Orleans, 13th February, 1830. s-itisfy Amos Aycock's taxes due SO cents.

..r feeble fence with whitened pal, of Marines about 22 sears of ag >. 0 fort 7 inches A LL persons interested in I the Instate of John If 0 0 Acics llf Land
;
t| J. U. DEvnrr, G. FILIUOI., AND K. FIT 'I Canow deceased, an hereby n\Iifi'cltlia', i:..eI lying i1! said'
Nor *tie cross, memorial frail, high, hazel eyes, SHiuly hair and f.ni coutldexiou! _H.HJP v
I I udrisigned Cleik of ( .'ulliy Conit wili County th waters
I the exoflliio Chipol.i
Fliall marl the null by 4)C( ullaticm| plt'\iOU5 to enl'ntmcnl. a liiatk- : l\lej u i RE, JIaryr crs. ,
crave I own. smith.Vho '11t' said I I ado{ +iHister on said Estate, pursuant to an evied to satisfy John Clarke's! Tuxes
<-\pr apjrniiend the ; l'ull(<<'I 1 upon
No lofty deeds in armour wrought, I 33 NUMD:cr s. i order of the lion. the !Presiding IlIffeot) the
.Mid deli) ('I- him at this, wr now, o'lu-r '.MiinnSta; ,, : due $6,82,* cents : also,

' No truths in science t.iughf; reward.tinn in the United States, slmll! receive tl.c .above Five Ballots to be drawn. I County: Coiut said Instate, all lerlUII"" iil pitsent having: thew any dmiaiid.agtiinst itlioct. 18( 0 Acres of Land 1 lying in s aid\

Ko undiscovered
regions Bought,
delay. Count)', on the waters of Chi I,oI.ulevied '\
r.7
Nor classic; page vilh learning f fraugh, G. F. Lindsay, i
II. G. to
1 Prize Of $lJJOO is 81',000.:) Ramsay, upon satisfy JohnV.Campbell'; .
divine, Lt.
Norcloqu uce nor verse .
Commanding.M
Taxes due
also
Clerk.AValton $4,20:! cants : ,
Nor daring speech, norhigh, dosign. M \ DEPOT I 1 5,000 5,000
County, October! 16ih, l62.3stf.NOTICE. U 4 Stfh Acres of Land ia said: Countyv
Nor patriotic act cf mine, l'.lIlliacola. }-.J.lIJual-v 21t.1 1830.: I I 1 ::3,000 3,000 .. >Jr lying on the waters of Apalath-

On history's! page slrill! ; ver shini* ; 1 2,000 2,000( colalevicd !
upon to satisfy Benjamin Fosqties
'
But all future Notice. 1 1,800 1 OO' '
to lot
ages Taxes due $2,70 cents : also,
Not even a wreck, tradition iost, 1 1lj04 1(504( f instructions to
Acres of Land
. A GKI'.n-MlLC to nn wary of top COUll' 6 i JOOO (i.OOO U pr'vlut or punih: the cutting oi talunblc 1 Jrfffe :
Of what I was when valued MOJIDy C m. Court, will he !-' d! a' l'nbi! Acnioii., fill tin ; timber, upon the Public( Land Thcimtruc- H county on spring; '

the few friend wlrosc 1-n: c I buy:l, 1st of M
In after years shalJ float to lore, A DWELL!W G HOUS33: :a: 12 SOD .-f:,fiUO ; I it "Timlwr of every desdipiion! taken fiom the Public cents : also,
:::0 100 iOOO Land!, for the of Shipping, for the usetoy .
And serve to tell the name I bore. The }piop( rly fir JHIIH-S Parker erased purpose Acres of Land in said
Saw Mills !. it is to be understoodhoucvrt J
: .c. lf&
la): 70 11,760)()
Terms uf Sale, Ci-i. Cjy '
that the ;iiuiructions di not apply' to timber used for Hf u adjoiningjoining A
1s :i0; ;. (
Jaiucs ,000
I chose the Time and wealthvithdrctfr: Finlay, ,! fuel or for j.lanlatiun purposes.Ucnj. upon to satisfy a balance: due! ,
J J-3M: J -10 L' ,11 I() ; i
Indignant, at the choice I made, Administrator.Mirci I D. Wright]} Jones' taxes of 1,15 cents : < :
11 I ,:MOI'rir. 5 ;)(C' i C 0
And to her first resentment true, Is,1530.--2- ) I U. S. Attorney. B (T s$Ati| Aries of land in I
---
My\ scorn with tenfold scorn repaid' Ponsarnld, iris>ov. 1828-3 >>-tf.I JLIUVJ? joining Mtintford,
Notice.Territory 1,3,0xO) 1'rjzc', amountil to IO I :; /!).1'1) I
Now noble<< palace, lofty dome, .I satisfy J. C. Lester's taxes
I f Whole Halve ,
; (;1 Tickets &;5.
Or cl.eerfnl.-hoFpitab'.e: '! hOI!-,,. Florida lluch Ca-tty, Complainant! 1Tf. also,
nf ,
$'2,..O. Quarters 8 1,25. P. cktc's:,! of ) 1Vhole \ > In CHANCERY.; I
Are comforts I muFt never know: Lxcatnliia! Cuurty. 5 Q fe A cres of baud in said
JOl'llNAfJAN' ; : having npp.lyed \ 'rid.cts:1: warranted to drS, -:,. Alien!! A: U-ww, Deft-!. > I C3 U
My enemies: shall ne'cr repine BENJAMIN pola; }levied upon to ]
minciipniivu! uill of the late JuliuCuul Pad.of; ;:/! llalxes and Quarters in tIle! 'IT Jippparinp, to the -Court that the Ief'Tidnts:: are I
At or of mine, : Coniiick's taxes duo! $1,05 cts.
pomp pageantry <:\ of said connly dc t ( ased. sari propnrtiHl.FOn : :(. iid: ,'iit' of this ])i.-ttrirt, and they havliiff
i
Nor by bowing at hrh <', I Acres of Iard in
prove my s ) Ordcrod.That ; ALBY?: 1 ac-it-f: : I /JLC& :
Their souls arc abject base and lov.Nw : : the, waters of Chipola ::
Saturday the J7ih \I..y\. of Apiil 1 next, nt I J.
A'ellt.0nc
Danforth I
: lirfcru the! f-e'-ond Aloiiday in June
crowd shall nand : hcrr on or 1 F. Kttss due s'2.r
appear taxes
wandering ever o'llotk. A. :.1. le appoiiited: 10 the san.f,, sanies >
prove .
With; gazing eye and war ing hand I HI cCiIVcd mpfiainantV; bi1 l iti-t! herein tliiMti,, :u.dt'.iinyi'cccurd tl"1tukin "fl 4. Acres of land i in >"
: \
: -. will !k' n ; :a ;
To mark train and and fhowAnd 5 all ji Tkuns iutetr"ted, Cain ftjipi'.u: } ; nnd liow 'I City Ho'n-1! i lohilr:. tIJP 11'1\ i it i Jl. "*P V' rcieek levied
: *
: my pump : .... ,... or !t ti..- n+aU';\ 'rst! rcrcntin: iy. : I I ...
( worst of all I shall not livj J' cause, if:\ny thy: hale, why Mud, U ill should, u II In- iu'.niiuril! to piol'Hie, iuiil U-al ll.is: rd( r JieJl "
To taste the pleasures wealth can give, i ubishfd! in i ho iVjiiHooU: (jazctie, and .served on t 1 rig';. All orders from ;i diNlanci1<<\ cnrlo-:;n "me ('i1II,(''uew.:']:.aier| tf i tiiis Di>tri i<-t tor loirmriii'.li I fl (f) h Aries bl:incJ plin ;
I
I CASHor-P/-; Tit-kits will In-, ttrnIc'I! i \ '":>'tePe, }i>.>-!\ I''l I': !' P*
: V
When useJ to soothe: anjtherv!. the! nc&lc&t::! itlatiuiis Kimn. : tiisiuie.-. : JH. ii. !9, to satisfy :.
t A Hue: 'III'! ) t lioin tii: !
The I peasant.! ofrriy native: : 1 'filllotit}' Txvitchd, 1 to-l-addn-ssed, : to J. DAN F0I'IiIo!, S. BRYAN, Chili.Marnia. I! taxes due :il-0 els. : also,

Shall never praise my opt'ii hand! ; I!i r.c.. c. hiliAl.h! \ "unt.; I : : :: : J'L--on:: County, "\T. D. I'. "I A 9 Acr< s of land 11 iin l : :

it :.M.iLil'January:! : 23th ISijO.-'O-tf ?!lal'.j1 x'i:ti.! 1-':'.'). .. .. \.U) };
No wandering bard hall eel,'brate! t 'r'n"/f'.1a! l'' bh,1! : 1;: n-, :' tfJ ;, I un Cliipola: to Sti t
J : ___,_ __ _, Tho-i. 13if/ell.: : (Ccnipl-1 Attorney.N(3TCE. .
n n
,Hi: patron's hospitable: gate : I --- --'-- I Jr's t ixc'S (Hi: :s 2,4its.! > : d.

No war-worn: soldier, phatK'icd t:1'r. i .",t V \''t.(0 J.-<< Je ,I Trrniory of! Florida. \4\' t'' iri-n : I'll .r. No. 1"! ) iii (the 1' '

Kori-xih1 driven fl'omafhr: I I't'o nl "fcJistiitt; ( ; t'itor' I Jl.. _fcLJ' 1 Ii:ulna' in said { i iii
Court of the
de'lriHliiTst( in 'iipfrior execnir.r
Nancy T'niulK'y { :! ; 1 l t fjS' H-:: Subscriber I) testtt.aentuty t : I
Nor hnplr.,, friend of former \rus. I Peli arola. 'I late Yni-'o (,'arc'lt quest th. !.e who ha\ ( } |> 'n to satisfy W. Smith's taxes I
1 uii in Ciitinccry (lopniulinjr) '! in I ;- ,
: l 'ir
Nor widow's prayer nor oiphat'' > II-J.P. cl..iji- a-.inist: : ll.fr ssnd csttc to 'trcrnt tl ai:' .thou:

the Jackson Superior Court 11 c'tintlr {_)tll.Jlltltr( jS29.) : rounl-i (lor pasim-nt ; and those iml.-btfd lo the of land the
N r helplt-f'i u e leli? "etl fioM ('air-i, : t :? Acres on

Nor innocence r prescr\eJ from pnate! ,, t Florida. Vri'lj-iin!I: A. Hell, onhcfcalfo2 : 1 : same to settle will.;in the ANTONIO shortest! deJav.I I'OL. Cj' )lob., and O3NTD :: |

Nor 110u.t'ICI s watuli-UT rloth'-il' nnd Jc d, I rHlAKK NOTICE.: tl:!! I >3.n'l r.n the fr&t; MonB \ Lo"Ka. lhauam, t '. Pensacola, October 14, BLitallNotice. Town of JNIarianna joiuing

Nor skive: from biter bondage le.l t, day of April in tli- prcM-nt: u-ar. at Canton: in \.S. In Chbticvrv.Thu Store hoiiie lot of Uevcridjre:
\\' '!clwk County, ra.".au: :-+ prow1 l t., t.J.e. the! Jolir} I'avH: Gabriel Tear, j levied to t
l'lITouth to uoblo actions bred, arid l.lLu 1'oter..lout I \fl. riot known, upon .
de."O: 8Ln.ll: calldovrn L-lc-'siDg: ou my }hcuj. Livin, .r1J"!llIa r-'luani"= Jarnes ninth btuth is' taxes due f5 10,<)7i ('('
the
wire
Uui :
Aaron
lit: ('(!, \:!Oto, on Wcu'ucsday, '
Battrll, Daniel Horry, Charles (MT, .Tamos .MrMil- day of I Di'combcr. in thcycar of our Lo II OIiU i IX weeks after fain, I shall: apply tn th" prei::i 1 GO Acres ;of land on i, :

I !lau, and C'intiiMi1.! from day!; tn day, vuilj] th; s'ine! are I.I h siding JuM-CR of the County Court of Jackson joining :Mandril and
chose thee, Last and yet the while, complfte ; to he read l ns evidence! in tin. biiit d,;- thousand!, rifhi; hundred mid tvvemv trine County, for Letters Administration on.the! Estate

So sweet was-beauty's scornful mile, pelHin! ; :s ahoy, uhcrcin I am coinpluiiiiint and : uppt-ais: : boloio the Supeiior Court of f West: I uf MICHAEL UKUSOS, dacea.ed.L. county<< levied upon to satisfy t

f5o frail with every lovely wile, )011 iH.* defendant. l-'lojidn, inchnncciy setting, the said Complainant M. Stone. Long's taxes due 66,75 cents( :

Tel scen.ingly so void of guile, j GiH:1l under Inv. hand this day of IVoruary -3O. : ; aiid it appearing! to the Ccirt: that Tallahassee: 22d Noreuribcr.lr'-42tt.: 841K Acres ofland i in said 1'x

.loiiathan Brantlcy.rchniary I Crl'k, lying W. J S.
It did but heighten all list: tharme ; 14 II (that ilio\! said Louisa IJraiiam claims to be afire a

And. Goddess, had I loved tin t.Vu! I I 2f( h! -Tiii)! -tf I woman of colour, and that she has been I Notice to Brick T. C, R. 12, levied upon to

BHI Whhthe common loveoffnei., of Florida enutI ));sly called Eliza Jane and stat-c-s that I I H. Webb's taxes due 87,50
Territory
JVIy fickle heart.had changed again, 1 sire was brought to Pensacola by the said I Makers. ONE BI2.SIABD l t
the
Western District Superior Court l the monday following in
Even at the whenI ,
very moment, John Davis, and that she was horn in Camden \
ville levied as the
wooed thee to my longing arm? : Escambia County. in the Stale oi South Carolina, and A .llar Rosa upon 1
I his ::
taxes
Marshall to ialibiy
Fur never, may I hope to meet 'I FALL TERM 1S2Y. raja ed by the liev. Isaac Smith, "*ho now resides Island in ichichi I i iI: Andrew

A smile PO sweet, so heavenly) sweet. on Pearl River ; and I it also\ appearing I

s 1 1 Public NoticeIs that, the said John Davis is not found within 7 8,000,000 Tax

i cheee thee, Eaf nnd now for me, Given this District, and that the said GaLl iel Turn or JnclscmHATS C01llty, Dee., 24,
; Hereby .
Ko heart shall ever fondly t-wcll, and Ellen Foster disclaim dl !interest in this Of BRICKS, i
Jcxus (;(tin, } TIIATtiiiKsmtlitjpln'iMiin-: I
i':0 >voirc soothing melody t's >tituted by tittachrncnt in theIMU'wtn I matter : it is ordered that public notice he be dkposcd of for flit use nf the fortifirtitinnsilurw" -
may
Awjkethe ; -breathinFshei? ; O' rtara, ) Superior Couit, IVoauihiuCouuty. : I published in the Peiisacola Gazette, once a I tlte year 1830.

Jr longt1e efrapturous ltamiou>- TIM? Dvfudaul and all other persons in- I week for the space of two months, citing andadmonishing I Bricks mut not be less than BOOTS, \
... HE size of tho
lit love in faltering accents tell ; tere the Derlaratiop.icola..ted) are I Iwrehy. required to appear and plead to (the said John Davis and all :I T 76-5 indies, nor more than Bfi-fi inche-, '} lip 1m '

Nor flushing eheek, nor languid eye, January eth,1 1H O-'li--1:3t.: other reasons interested. or claiming 10 !lie variation in the size is allowed, in cunsid-'ratiun of

Nor sportive Fjnilc, nor artless !sigh, interested in the said Louisa Bran:m alias the unequal shrinkage of the clay in burning ataldrv- 1J]! A? just rrrfivrd a
is desirable, liowe\er, that the required jJlVintu and Spring
t
Confess affection nil as well.No before the
KlizH Jane bo and
to
SalllUel Gates appear lugthickness 1-4 inches) bliould be produced as nearly ; -
((2
}
snowy bosom'; fall cud rise, Court at the next term thereof, t& be holdenat I as possible. @IT LD 'r [( <

Shall! ? again, enchant my oycs'; Keeps constantly on hand a choice the; Court House in the City 1'ensMCola I[I The Bricks whfinoflbred for sale will be inspected which he oft'eis for sate low for

J'{, melting lips, profuse! ofbli, of on the first Monday of May next, to interpose ; and received, if found to be of a quality suitable ,
selection
tfI I to the consmiction! of the Public 1V orl'i.o'hencH'r AMONG WiriCII
Sha'er greet me with kiss : their chim to the said coloured woman, of of :
in the a cargo
rejection
tin inspection results Black, blue, brown and olive!
:c ... Nor balmbre&th. pour in nnne ear GROCERIES.consisting and to answer to the bill of complaint herein : Bricks, no part of the cargo tcill be reccircd ; but the perfine cloth

The trifles love delights to hear ; of whole will be sent back to the owner ""
.
I I filed.A will be closed the 31st of December COATS & A
Bat living, loveless, hopeless true from the RccorJ. The market on : i
copy
Unmourned (nd unbclovcd must die.I Superior Liquors, i or asmuch sooner as the required supply may be Bang up cord, cassinel, Itilillg! ,
Teas W. Hasell limit, furnished, of which due mice will be given.

f / Chrk Court. West Florida. Payments ou Bricks delivered, will be made VESTS.

chef e the, Case and yet to me, i "Sugars, Sitpr.__ whenever demanded ; but it would be more convenient plain black and fi u.ed silk V, :,('. I
that settlement should be made d the expiration and sk;! blue ,
plain
Coy and ungrateful thou hast proved, I; "Spices, net, fwnry I,

1. Though I have sacrificed to thee, t Fresh Flour, Notice. respectively on the :Mat of March 'JOth June, With a variety of'RPUND

Much that was worthy to be loved. persons indebted to the PENSACOLA September, and the 31st of December. I ( !

But come again; and I will yet, .t "IltlJlls, &c. &c. ALL OFFICE, for Subscription, Advertising The IIUtp of nine dollars will be paid for every 1 1I Fine frilled And plain '-.'.,

i { The past ingratitude forget: Which he offerH! for sale on the most accommodating and lob Printing; are requested lo make I thousand bricks delivered at .,t. Rosa Island under 1 ,

j terms.! Also, a mall itn oice of immediatp .payment. the conditions stated. SHIRTS
Oh come again thy witching POWfl'9Shan I ,
Chase
H.
Vim
claim my solitary hours; %31t' 1TV1Econsisting January 13lh, 1830. I ducts, check, cotton and i

With thee to cheer me, heavenly: queen, of William Drummond, ) Capt. Corps 11330-3-tf Engineers. I i
St. Rosn Island! March 15th, .
4 And conscienx* clear, and health Ferene, Chairs t"s \ "
Fancy
.1 silk CnA
Henry Drais : Black Italian
and books to banish spleen.RYlifetihlould ) ;
And fend I
bo, eaithad) been, Ladies Work Stands, IN this use a tYritot Attflrhment 'hns ;R'I1r.c1, BLANKS I Handkerchiefs' plniu,Aud Gloves fancy, I,
Tables returnable lu the Supeiior Court of Esram- Silk ;
a A sweet variety of j joys, Dining bia County. Said Davit, and nil others ,imprestfi l\e\\1 pcr.ders.Hats and Cnpi,

a And glory's crown, and beaaty's smile, Bureaus, &c. &e.At \ me hereby: notified to nppttt and plead to the Of c*\srj description + I II With Domestic and Piece:

should seem the whiTh ?!.) the Nfw York close Declaration. \ t'mc rp'rtt3r.17. JE \.-
Andtre* ttr .d toards prices to 11 Coutigmncpt.MarcU j exee, A ,: I rr"n! ,f01)1n.; -
March 12 h, 1630i
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