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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 24, 1830
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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rxsAcoLA: GAZETTE






AND FLORIDA AbVE1IPISEfl0 ".' !

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PENSACOLA SATURDAY APRIL
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\ PRIJTEU WEEKLY, BYJEROMB Johndthaa! Drautley, Conipl't. 1 Ix CHANCKKY on Jolmathau BrantleCarr laiuaut. ) B M Bva aiav""- i ito
those ol
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applicatiou for Di- > Iv CH.VMCF.UT. seventy and under eighty ; those fir preserve, they same and rim Marshal, J ,
B. BZOOBJB, Nancy Brantley, Deft jvorcc.I Nancv Ilranllev.. Defendant \ I! eighty and under ninety; those of ninety respectively} shall, on or before the first dayof
FOR THE PROPRIETOR 1 I. 'IT appearing! to the sati-sfitclion of Court, that the 111' II is day camethecomplainamby; his Counsel ,: and under one hundred ; ;those of one hundred ;- February, in the year one thousand eight I
resides: out of the Territory i* lIIPrE' iii and it appearing to the Court bthe: alh41".itof and and shall further
upwards ; distinI I hundred end tluirt '
-oner transmit to the So
fore ordered that this suit bo bet 1 for hearing at the (C'harl-i 1'. Sstew.Tt, that t! the defendant! resides out } ,
VubYis\\fc\ t\\e Lavser uext term of this Court. of the District and Territory. and hay net answered! guLsh the number of those tire white persons cretary of State, one cop' of the several returns i.:4:
.
' I I I It M further ordered that a copy: of this order he pubt the bill complaint filed in this cau-C. It 1l is therefore j included in such enumeration, who are deaf teceivcd from each assistant, and, also, f '
i TIlE t( li-jlf-'d in some one of the author :::ed newspapers for f fi ordered, that un! erg >:tid; defendant! appear here and dumb, under the age of fourteen years ; the aggregate amount of each' description of 'I I 'P4
t UNITED STATES, i I three months riiccesively.A Oil or before the i.cc I
respective
true from the minute.. j persons or ,
copy! answer the complainant's hill herein the shall
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AM: or THETERRITORY.OK I I I, d. BRYAN, Clerk. be I taken f fir ('oll'-hl' n,'!aiir>t her. and lli! nutt.-is ]under, twenty-lhe, and of the age of twenty- ;< Territories ; and every Marshal failing to '
:Mariana, Jackson County, W. D. F. t therein decreed acnrdiujilv. five ) ears, and upwards ; and shall further j file the returns t of!his assistants, or the returns I i
FLORIDA March liOth, 1f.W.Thos. : And it i H further! ordered that a copy of thic and the: 'distinguish! ; the number of those tie white of any of them, with the clprks of the respective j
I' Baltzell Conipl'tJ. Attorney. I tortink; order, be published! in *oim' ue+y.-papt-r IIi j-eisi.ns included/ in such enumeration who i
Courts aforesaid
". t tare as or failing to return 1 i
t: l.1" ,_ thin1)itrictOi eanlutltllfurfur' monthnieceshe-
: ; I
"'- : blind. The said enumeration shall dis- '
Bank I\.'. ( one copy of the several !returns received from
onest
FIVE DOLLARS per annum in advance:! if payin'nt Florida. A true copy from! the minute tinguishlie sexes of all free colored persons, each assistant, and,. afso the aggregate I
i deferred hi.x months! Sat DOLLARS rBII E Stockholders of the Bank of West FlorM.-i: 5. BRYAN, CuJf. and! of all other colored persons' bound to amount of each description of persons, ia ;
..IL are notified that 'I
hereby the
,
to
agreeably )
provisions rarianaJ.ri"onCounl\! .
will !h. required.5E7Advprtirrii} of the charter, an election will be hrld at the March: 50th( ]?:h. ),1' :,service for life, or for a teim of years, &&Ind.I' i their respective Districts Territoriosf, as : .' ;". ,
DOLLAR for every fourteen lima!< a r less, for day: = of April next, i for seven Directors to manage the -----, -,-_. 1'I' |p'cin'ly: of each sex, under ten ;appear' ; from said returns, to tli Secretary of :: 'f

the first inool'rti'HI.zwll FIFTY CLXTCr; : ear}I nl airs of uuOr.it1.Std Dank DEVrnIDGI: 'J'crritorv'"/ of Florida. years of age ; tho>e often and! under twentytour ;St cnntinn "nr.\- +"nlr nape IIV the "'(1')0 rule, those of and under '
: I IMTLR: GAUTILR: :Sen.:) C'dtIa'r9. I Western District, Superior Court, EscambiaCounty. ; twenty-four thirtysix slrali 1 for ever} such offence-forfeit tho sum i t
I JOSKPH::) : RUSS, : ; iho>e of thirty-six and under J''- \' J. ALBRXCfrH I i 3I.iri.ina, I'eb. i27th, 1830.-5-3t. I 1'ensacola, April 1t(j\It. 130. thf). e of nft\,- hive and under one hundred; be lecovcriiblc in the Courts of the {

COLUML'IAiSYRUP.: I I Andrew P. Simp-en A John,'A Simp:>onadin'r ) ::, I and those of one hundred and upwards! ; rind Districts or Territories wherejhe said oi: : ,1'
j jARE.MKUV :NOTICE.SIX l (John\ 2uup! :>on dec, d and Jolm E i shall fur
which hag proved! it.elt'stqerlnr to !; Ldley. [ -- I tiler chit tiniruish! the number of those ]f fences shall be committed, or within th4 r

: any of the Y.u+acris tin the sure :;, wpoKsaftf'rdatr.: Ihhall: apply to the Pre!"id- -$- r. i liee roioied and other colored persons, in- ot'n.e: t t'-1 t 'tits ir diseaseix : ;. ,. ofJarki-on COUlltCourt.. for letter* The unknown heirs or representative? of f -.; : iludiny in the foiegoing, v\lo; arc deaf and ;action of debt, information or Indictment t .R)
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NT.'ii: ;: u !'''c-timi of ihc bones ) KING'S of Adlill.\i,;'rliou tic' bunts non, on the estate of CadenI'airthilds Thoma> J \\' che, deceased. J l; dumb
\.1 'o d. ce.i.-ed. ) without reiaid: ; to aw! md! those who i the one half theicof to the use of the Uniteu !
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ScnutTLA.Hirt SWI.I.LINC: ; : i,B HiS day cume the their counsel.
complainants hy \
EVIL
i-- i are blind. For ell'icting vv Ilid.. the Marshals :Stiles and the other half to-the <
;MARY FAIRCIIILDS. informer ;
C.qrHHi) 5. and iiivi-t aft; ULCERS ; j jLIVT.il B.on motion, an !!: a.\l UILIOUS: rOAII'LALNTS ; I i I :March: 10th, l :W-,1-Ct. the curt by allidavix filed that the unknown I legal: aforesaid shall have power' and ale hereby I hut.! \\l.fif tlip" prosecution shall be first in* t f ,, ,
Ilfl"l 4 A I IC; aU cll L'IIS of the U'ilU & S l'X1'1:11: :: I 1I 1- heirs or representatives uf Thoma "J. "\Vuhe deI I icqulied, to i.ppomt one or moie assistants! in siituted on benll'of/ the United States, the it
generally ; of Letters remaining in the Post cea:--d. arc not mhabitaits this 1'elrituivi It I+ i each: city ;md county in their icspective tlis- hole] shall accrue to the;,. u. nnA>.' ">omoio ;
ULCERS: (.flh e :MOl'TIl" and THRO ,VT. LIST PclI;, lc')1t; April 1 1830, therfoie ordered, that ualc-s they appear here: on or trick and territories, rt':,idc'nts of such cityor i dl cuml discovery of such offences ho( i II "_
5\1)1111.15.1"11.1 all otli' 'r la+eases an>ii.g in tiv! belbie' the first :Monday of Jovember next and JMIswer \- .I '
jral'lul't'I' iibt of Ir.!:CiJRV.Asageurtaldepuratiyrarticle. j t ..\ .-A"e !sir of Tuxes, IJirh.ud\ Allen, tllC onptil\t! fili;'Jiertin.! the same tail: betaken county! fur which they shall he appointed, Judges!!! of the several District Courts, in they
or cleansertf: \n'lew; Aiimtronir: Peter Alba? .\"(/ 'J, f for; conte.--ed' and the natters thereof dt-crccd! ;and shall; a' iL'n! to each of the sid as3i 3Mnts several Districts, and of the Supreme Courts, :' ) .

blood trio! remedy posssfs; iiivulualilc power ; it Will; lain T. AiuleiNoii, J/osi-s Asii. aceoniinily.:!! 't,1ntl ''a curtain division of terriioiy, which division; i in the Territories of the United Stales, as i '
improves the appetite, and has also the remaikalicfflVct n.-Ih'nry: Krackenridge; 6, Charles, it i is further orden-d! mat a copy.1 thN; on'er! ;', shall not C'''nM>t, in any crse, of moiethiin: :: aforesaid, at their next session, to be held, +! ,f
the skin: of thai l.ilious/ !he published in Mile .iiithori'.cd newsjiapfr.: }printed
of
tint, which depriving U: >*o common in !bilious aintiurtiuu yellow Brand; Ann Maria Brunette' Robert I'.ir-: in Uie Di-triit :aforesaid, once a week fur 1 four mouthsuccts. I one county, hut. may include one or mote ;after the expiration of the time allowed for !.
J. A J.G HI C,II T ron, Eleazer: II. Bnrno-,\\ (i. Bur 'est &('.o. :- : .:iv5'!h'. townstownships, wards, }hlindre!:>" precincts, j making the returns of the enumeration] ..

!'M/II.lelJIIi, Robert Bunten, Henry Bradford, i'enjaiuin'j], A trine roiiv, BALTZEIL.Clk. or 1 parishes: ) : and :::-laalllJe plainly and distinct- ]hereby directed, ID the Secretary of State 1!t "' {J

The proprietor, ;:i niTering his .. CLeslnt.tnSyrup" !'. I Brown, Robert \V. Burnet.--Vriry, Richard'j Tc.ttGCO.F.; :i. C. II' N. /*. I Iv bounded ; the said em.mcrr.tion shall! be shall! give this! act in charge to the grand juries li ., t
to tl.e public, furnishes n 'lew Of the 1008.Jp.mar B CieorgcV.. Bryan Anachn made actual : hy surh Marshals. their Courts and shall .
.'be! ones, the j :jrhe 4, Baily, A. (;otmnv S.d'r.AT Ly tit; inquiiy i In respective t
pcrJutuied
Iy U'stt
mouv r.! its superior remedial jc.\\ers,same as gl\ill en him I Thomas Breeze t ti i, B. F. Bache 3, Henry CHAMBERS: : County Coo, r, or ;:ssistants; at every dwelling house, or by
by tt i pectable person: ipsidiog m (1iIr tent parts Bradford, John T. BUllY Ii I County of f:...cawbit, April, 1 J530.OHDIRII J personal; inqsiiiy; of the head of every family. ;and the said attested copy of the aggregate f
\Ie the United S'atcs! as a just merit due! to the C.-Elizabeth Coims 2, Clerk County ) : : ), That the following }>er- The rnyih.ds. and their assistants shall l!, rei i amount, to be laid before them for their irvspcction. ;i '. .a

their am! ,fellow as well C\'t'lflrei as being who the means siinihnlt of conveying afllictcd to Court Clerk Superior Court, Stephen Car appointed Man; j ers of ;an spectiveiy, befoie entering on the pcrfotmai.ue [ And the respective clerks of tho !

lure, f,truly and rlTctiual are remedy-aware, that a I man, William; II. Carson, Israel Cole, Hiram; Klection: to hu lucid on the first Momlay of I of their duty under this act, take and said Courts shall, within thirty days after the .

many medicines are at this ime di..tributctalo.1I\ I Chafinch, Rev. G. Chalon, Master of Concord June next, for the choice of two persons to I subsciiliean! oath or affirmation, before some said original returns shall have been laid before

ttP,. (country held forth ro cure diseases, upon I : LoJge --Vary, David Conner: William the county of Escanihia, in! the) JudL'e or Ju)ire of the Peace, resilient within 1 the Grand Juries aforesaid, transmit and .

of which which they have had not tried the slightest influence, some I C. Chaplin, E. II. Collins, James next represent Leirislativc Council for thus Ten JtOl'Y. i i their respective' districts< or territories, for i deliver all such original returns, so filed, td '

they hp seen I'n'Y\o il.iir to the use of the I Cook, Edward Ca ponder, David F. Coy, I the f:1itlafull'l'rfol' mance of their duties.t The i ioah the Department of State. J'I
I'JTlljus may by own Mtestntons. At the Court house in Pcnsacola : ,
,
The medicine is "o highly! reputed by some of the I Granville C. Cooper, Charles H. Cotton. JohnA. or afihinatioii of the Marshal shall be as Sec. 4. And be further enacted, That ;
John Jerrison onif.iy I
phyittanc} for the one of various diseases itiat to' I I).-J. G. Drake, Jonathan Dierman, j jr., Joseph .follows : "I, A. B., Marshal of the District Deblois.At .
the proprietot's own Kr.onledire, ten gentlemen
the medical*, to which 1 :faculty: tltey weir|Ih'u.IH:induced; had to been tiy it subject in' disease ,- :' Charles Deshonn, Cyrus Dearborn.-Ar ry, Yard the House of Peter Bourgc, Nary- (or affirm) that I will truly and faithfully !hundred persons by him returned, where .

had found! gieat tt? Deft;, fioni its use ; one )anion ';John Dupre James Dorman, Robert Y Jeremiah:- In -rahum Thomas Commyns cause to be made, a full and perfect ciuime- i:such persons reside in the country ; and, I
Inrly, resitting\ in :\IIr'nt wn N. J. whoso ditrolulion j i Dodd.\ ration and description of all persons resident here such persons reside in a city or town, j :
Foster S. .
was threatened 1 by a severe attack of Im-r can1)1 E.-William Elliott, John EuVly, Jame Cliapman.At : within my District, (or Territory) and return
plaint, was which in Jiad the 1 pre'IHlr"t'\iniiay of! resisted a few weeks his own restored\ treat I I Iuient 1 ,\ Ernc.t.-.Ym'I; Com. Jesse D. Elliott, James the House of.lames Allen Sjnlman.Simpson Florida.Oscar I i, lie same to the Secretary of State, agreeably] such assistant shall receive at the same rate if. iJ

Co fJic: enjoyment of pet1EPCl health, (j!I Charles Ellery, C. Muse. Spilmun, I to the directions of an act of Congress!
The at'omits tvbicb: have beers received from I F.-Phebe Foster, Edmund<< F. F lnnin r.G. At the House William Drummond. I entitled) An act to provide for taking the fifth ogrnti' in dim'rent I p.Mts ?f Ue: Union, speftkin ol |I .-Peter Gilkriat t, George W4 (iundy, of : I Census or enumeration of the inhabitants, of' ]hundred persons over three thousand, resi. I ;
the good efleris jirodticed by the syrup, are surlif Jolin l Gilli James H. Grace, Rachael; East side of Escambia rictr :-- the United States,' according ?o the best of (ding in such city or town ; but where, from
:ent I.> Compiie ut this tiiiit* .in octavo volume of WiUiam Drummond, Joab Gaincs, Peter
uiv, \ards of l\vo bundled pages to enumerate all Gayler; George L. 1VilCtlt'b l Godlcy, Wilkinson.1 mv abilitv." The oath or affirmation of an i the dispersed situation of the inhabitants, in: '
tlt.- euros i LVu/,James; Goodrum, ;J ; \. Greene, Sa- ; assistant ;haH be as follows : "I, A. B., appointed l some divisions, ont dollar and twentyfivecents
the House oP.. L. Cotton West I
.. ; niuei Goldsmith. assistant to the Marshal of the will be sufficient for hnndred '
not
Tin! does t-f the (\dnmiiin! Syrup, aie judiciously \ : \ an one
Escambia ril'tr- sidt.1 (
j 1'1 ,'p irtnni.', .,u'lI'i Ito to lu.: :i i> and 1 I II.---Samuel Il-imliloton; Benjamin W. of Niel 'V District, (or Territory of do solemnly j j pesotts, the Marshals] with the anprobalioa .
L. Cotten John
etI 'Ill Ii ul the .huinaii systn). It i s ?u perfectly i Heath, Jr,.;.se Hyde, John C. Hoyt'J[ ; : ; Peter IJ. EJgely, swear: (or affirm) that! I wlllll1f1ke a jiM, > of the Judges of their respective Districts or '

innocent rom it, w that'IH-II ii'taken"'*'il Agreeably ef'octs need to( lit the apprehended diiections. i;' Val'11, M. Ilazelton, John Heckle ; James j jI son.At the House of 1". J. Harrison, Black I faithful: and !peifect enumeration and de-i'! Territories, may make such further allowance ; ;

It mav he pit enviii( must tender inl'.mt': or fet-line aiiuli. I.---John Inncrarity ; James p. Innera- : diviMon assigned to me for that purpose\ by'! shall!: he, deemed an adequate compensation ;
John Hunt F. J. Harrison For
IEDlc.1'L_ Rs.cu'rur.xutruar : JfICt:. I rity ; John Jackson. */v/-Alonzo. Jones, Jostph the Marshal of the District, ((01" Territory) Provul\\t The same does not exceed and
Hating lecounnemleil the. use of J. AlbrihgCs William Johnson ; Robeit W. Jones.R. ; yvtli.w I or and make due return thereof to the dollar and seventy-five cents for every fifty

COLUMBIAN for uc.irly iw.SVKUI v'in., and in l my having own illll'l\\f'tl private! \ (practice, its de I ] .---Richard Kennurd.L. ; I (Signf'd; ,) said; :Marshal, agreeably to the directions of, j jan persons by them returned ; Provided fur .

cided elftcafy in many rase; which had previoii-l.} I .---Lawson C. Love ; Aritit.-l G. Lutliei ; I Timothy Twitched, Act of Congress, entitled '.\ n act to provide i t/iert That, before any assistant as aforesaid r

resisted the usual ienie4ie( 1 now wilh much pie* :Nathan B. Lane ; Newton Loughery ; Mary ) t Presiding Justice, Escambia ('uuntl/. for taking the filth Census or enumera- ;| :shall: in any case, be entitled to receive said
lUre give my testimony :'> its f;.\our, and will piot Louis ; William F. Lane ; William; F. tion of the inhabitants of the United States," compensation, he shall take and subscribethe
a few of the most iein.iiK.\tde SAMUEL: FRY CLERK.BY .
the same which came IKH'.CI my cures notice.performed.\ Lynch, 11 ; E. Love, 2 ; Cl.arles Loundes ; r rI I according to the best of my ability and thatI following oath or affirmation, btforesothe.*

!Mr John Ilinckle's son, ol Abiutuu township I Joseph Lnman 2 ; William 1 R. Lattincn: 2. I will take the said enumeration and description Judge or Justice of tho Peace authorized '

Dontgoinery! county t'a. of ulceraiiwu: of the mouth I M.-Melite Monbrucn ; DucanV.. rtOdtlt \ .. ur II by actual enquiry at every dwelling //1 to administer the same, to wit : "I, A. B.., : U
Mud! throat, and vioien4 inflanimnlion of the eyes Ysabelle Mariannn DajiielMMcMullun within said division personal inquiry do affirm that the '
:McKenzie ; : ; ; house or I solemnly swear, (or ) number '
throat je dise and xp roof had! of deployed the niouih.the that soft it parts laid: of bate the I : ; James McRenna ; Jarvis Mal- I of the head of every family, and nototherwise. II of persons set forth In the return made r

the (bones and made its way into the nose.-Mrs. Jl't,2 ; J'lmcs Mural} ; Jefferson Morgan ; : ." The enumeration shall commence t I hy me, agreeably to the provisions of the act, .
Mary Peterson' ol \Vjlminrton.. Del, of confirmed i i Nary, Alexander C. Muiry,3: ; McNelly: 2 ; r on the first-day in June, in the year I i I c entitled} 'An act to" provide for taking the

Scrofula! under which she laboured nearly three I Benjamin D. Moore ; Jefferson Morgan ; one thousand eight hundred and thirty, and I j fifth Census or enumeration of the inhabN i
""!tr5. She had extensive scrofulous! IIlcc 'alitII'I 1 :< Ktchnrtl A Munro 1 ; John McDonald. shall be completed and closed within six tants of the United States have been ascer'
on tIP: lelt Ride of the neck down to her breast ; the
breast very much cntttigci: ; her left arm swollen! I N.---James :Nash.T. '.' calender: months thereafter ; the several assistants 1 rained by an actual inquiry at every dwelling: >+ t

and ineli'ss: and i her head on the atlcctrd sHe re j .---Thomas Parrott, 2 ; Pablo Palmes ; AUTHORITY.L shall, within the said six months, I I ]house, or a personal inquiry of the head of f
cliniii on the hnuKer! and violent pain ii I.ei ; John Prinnle ; Bernado D. Perrotc ; Wil- and on or before the first day of December, i every family, in exact conformity with the '

System itn'ectionol(:cnrral the head Thomas, followed/ Stay try iier an, of obstruction Rheumatic of j< !Ibm Portcrsfield ; Mrs. Patason. 1 itt'f,- VM'S OF T1IC UNITED StAtF.S;, PASSED AT i iI I one thousand eight hundred and thirty, deliver I j provisions of said act : and that I have, in t

the nostril ; sevi re pain in the upper jaw, eKtc'idinf -j l I ( icoro Price, 2 ; Thomas T. Page, 2 ; H. TIIR FIRST SESSION OF TllC T\YENTY-F1RST to the MtU hal,, by whom they shall'j every I respect, fulfilled the duties required of

/ from the note over : cheek (bones ; the cnew kb j: Y. Purv'arice, 3 ; Benjamin F. Patton, 3 ; CONGRKSS.: i iPunLtc be appointed, respectively, two copies of the :-1:me by said act, to the best ef my abilities ; ',.'

exhibiting high. :: state of inOotmmalinn.-Mr. Valentine : John Pike ; Joseph Power ; Charles Pieixe, [ -No. 19.1] I accurate returns of all persons, except} Indians I :and that the return .aforesaid. is correct and

1 ctiuction HoraeI'of of the same lIlc''ralit)1I; loss of of the smell left, diinculiv nostril, ub-J.I3.; An Act, to provide for taking the fifth Cen- ; not taxed, to he enumerated, as afore- true, according to the best of my knowledge ,

breathing, mid severe! pdin of the sysleu-11t..j+I R.---Edward Rhan ; M. Reaoh : sus or enumeration of the Inhabitants of) said, within their respective divisions ; which ;and belief." The compensation of the screral

:Mdiick's! wife sun aura l dtuqhter ; Mis.: Musick of.1 I Amos II. Ruin on ; Ryland Randolph; ; the United States. \ returns shall be made in a schedule, the form I Marshals shall be as follows : l
('hr."i II ".eunaIiSan. with Which she hail: been this and which The Marshal of the District of Maine 11j
James Ruddock ; Benjamin T. Richardson ; lie it enacted by the Senate and House I of which is annexed to act, '
head Bmi -f'i and ul.'A.1\d!in jnter.I>II sixteen; of scorbutic yars ; her nlTfCti:son n of of 1 scald the Nac': .-1Villiant R-idford; 3 ; Robeit ,V. C. of Representatives of the United States of I shall distinguish, in each county, city, town, I three hundred doll ars' :
:
Rum and .oniiaige from fh tnurc) '& >..a ol Cltl IOU
the with whole many of of the the thin unallcr'.on* wan bone destroyed of the together L.---Lackland M. Stone ; Stone t* : States, and of the District of Columbia, the States or Territories, respectively, the The Marshal of the District of Ivlassachti- c": t

James M'Mmn, of liver complain and foot.asthma-Mr bet, 2 ; Charles R. Smith ; John H.-\is-I and of the Territories of Michigan, Arkansas, several families, by the name of their master, setts, three hundred and fifty dollars. ;[

v-hichte had upwards of nine years.-:Mis, Mvcrs Smith ; Capt. Swiler ; John Simpson ; Shc- and of Florida, respectively, shall bo, and mistress steward overseer, or other princi- The Marshal of the District of Rhode '
of ulcerated sore mouth nn.l throat, and her daughter I riff of Escambia Co. ; Rosunna Summers i ; I!I are hereby, required, under the direction of pal persons ther iJ. Island, two hundred dollars. t l. I

ofkcrofula., I prescribed Beside the Syrup the diseases with above rnumerated : Richard Saws ; Ctipt. Symonds): ; Nacy,- !. the Secretary of the Department of State, Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That The Marshal of the District of Vermont'three / 1: .

in mercurial cases! and secondary sy1 great"chilis success' j Dr. G. C. Sproslon ; Solomon Sharp, 3 ; and according to such instructions as he shall ,, every assistant failing or neglecting to make hundred dollars. f. t j

In giving this testimony of the ineiilx of the j Charles Spcny 2 ; Charles Smith ; Fraii- : give, pursuant to this act, to cause the number a proper return, or making a false] return, of The M.irshal I of the District of Connecticut t' ,

"Columbian Syrup," I have divested my language cis B. Stockton, 3 ; William C. Spencer I 2. oi'the inhabitants within their respective : the enumeration, to the Marshal], within the two hundred and fifty dollars. !
(
ecttrrly of by technical those to terms whom, it the in !better intended to"be to under.df'r'tood | T.---Benjamin R. Tillm.m; ; Tax Collector ,i I Districts and Tvrritories, (omitting in such I time limited by this act, shall forfeit the sumo The Marshal of the Southern District of : t

ill effects. The length of lime (the diseases convey hate ; Timothy Twitched ; bhadrockTaylor.'Fury !I enumeration, Indians not taxed,) to be taken, two hundred dollars recoverable in the New York, three hundred dollars

ben dissipated', convinces mr, that the cure are: ; D. M. F. Thornton 17 : according to the directions of this act. The manner pointed out in the next section of The Marshal of the Northern District at
permanent, and it may with propriety be said, that: Charles Thomas, 2. John G. Tod. i said enumeration shall distinguish the sexes this act.
dollars.
New York three hundred
diet Hi healing of the present qualities day.rank it among the first reme-. W.-.Peter Wilkinson ; David Williams ; I of all free white persons, and ages of the free Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That The Marshal, of the District of New Zen*'

JOHN !: George Vinslow, 2 ; Col. B. Willis ; Dr. white males and females, respectively, under the Marshals shall file one copy of each of l'i4
1. MAYVVEG M D.' I hundred and fifty dollars. .
two
Philadelphia, March 5. 1828. ''I R. Williard ; Rubin R. Williams; Joe five years of age ; those of five and underten the several returns aforesaid, and, also, an sey,
West.-Navy John Winslow William of those of and of the The Marshal of the Eastern District our }
The above mentioned Medicine CAD be procured, I ; years age; ten years attested copy aggregate amount here-
U three dollars per quart bottle of the Subscriber;; :: T.Waine ; Thomas Webb ; \\'illiamVick- under fifteen ; those of fifteen and under inafter directed, to be transmitted by them Pennsylvania, three hundred dollars. y

-Coates ho will exhibit to any person applying' the certi ; son ; Isaac Waddcri, twenty ; those of twenty and under thirty ; respectively, to tho Secretary of State, with The Marshal of tho Western District ef
of
cures alluded to by Doctor JVfaywep. JOHN FITZGERALD, those of thirty and under forty ; those of tho clerks of their respective District or Pennsylvania three hundred dollars.

PeD Vanbaun & Wifeon.16tb Post'Maste' forty and under fifty ; those of fifty and under Supeiior Courts, as the case may be, who The Marshal of the >ibisfrietone > of De1ati'alf' \
,
aC'ttb! January 162! l'cnstrnJ.! Aprl! Otb. !S30-<*>---ftf. sixty! : those of sixty i and under severity ; air hereby directed to receive, and corefnlly hundred and fifty,d llais.1t r

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Tho Marshal of the District of Maryland, And provided, 1 iiut: if any Marsha!, .n any .LJI Florida.venue for vice(he Dt\id port 3rnproa L. White!, removed., Ju lie Territory Liverpool, ia he Kingdom of ( seat

: Khreo hundred and fifty dollars. District within the United States or Territories "PEWSACOLATSATURDAY Martin Gordon, to be collector of the custom f for in the place of James M.nury. .

The .Marshal of the Eastern District of shall, directly or indirectly, ask, dcin .- I the district of MisisMppt, in the state of Louiiian William Troosl Simony lo Uo Ccn. n| Of

:I' Virginia, three hundred dollars. and or receive, or contract to receive, 0fi AfRlL -i-Ith! ieW vice Ueverly Chew, removed. the United taes Westphalia and iU

The Marshal of the Western District of any assistants to be appointed by dim under I'cter K. Wugiier, to be naval officer for the dis: PniMi-nPioviuceaof the Rhino, to rraido
of .
4 trirt Mississippi, in the dtatc of Louisiana, vice Mriujil
Virginia, three hundred dollars. this act, liny fee, reward or compensation/ ;-iiC-: : s. Ship iV.icv: (''lit. NcI.-.hIi.t! l.tI1 Cruznt, removed. at Elberfoldt, in place of John Godfro Bo

The Marshal of the District of Kentucky, the appointment of such assistant to discharge ready for sa several dnyf>, bu: owing to a continuation James Madison Campbell he surveyor mud i ir.jvc'orof in- ker, resigned.

: three Hundred and fifty dollars. the duties icquircd of such assistai' of South Easterly winds has Iwen iinj.'ossibl the revenue lor thC port of Louisville rn

The Matshal of the District of North under this act, or shrill retain froi.i such as.: for her to get out.ARRIVAL. the ved.) state Kentucky, vice Richard Ferguson, rein reported Mr. Hayne the following from the bill Committee vvhic h on"Naval A'fT--
was rend and
Carolina, three hundred and fifty dollars. sislant tiny portion of the componsciion allowed Lemuel T. Lloyd, to collector of customs for the 1 e d to a second reading.

: The Marshal of the District of South C; to the assistant by this act, the said i OF TIIK SHARK. d--tnrt of Maine, and inspector of the reveune f te!! J DILL to re-organize t\c Nary of tht I'niftd

rolina threw hundred and fifty dollars. Marshal shall be deemed guilty of a misdiineanor The US.. ohwner Shark,Lieut. Com. Velil-, ar- port o1Iaumee, in the tjte of Ohio, vice Ilu-rat Statts
Be it tmct( l lij the Senate and Home t f Hrprrstn-
in oilier( and shall forfeit and rive(1 here ['UCstkI l.i-* fion iravani, uhicli pl ice Co.i-jnt.: icnioved.Willhtn .
The Marshal of the District of Georgia, pay on ) ((4th.a.; t.filic United S: acs of4nn'ricaj.m Cwrfts as.
Hunter be collt' of the fr
three hundred and fifty dollars. t the amount of five hundred dollars, for each she left on the J5h, having Lad a jv ?Tige of oiily the district Sandushy, and inspector rtor of-lie customa r.-venue einUud, Tliat the officers of the Navy cf the United

Tuc xiioiMtui of the Distinct of iEast TeiTirssec oilcncp, to bo recovered by sort or uiflicment four dajH. fir the port of Portland, ia (he t'atc of Ohio, vie tat shall consist 01 not less than.

two hundrrd dollars. in any Circuit or District Court in the! The Shirk:lias: bccai .ifo.s'ent t.fl her rruisf. n\credin Moore r'amell.iemoved.]! -ix; rear Admirals.'J .

The Marshal of the District rf West Teiliessec United Stales, or the Territories thereof, five months, d: ."ii2 the early |K.tt .\v5ii/-h Klt: was; Andrew Mack to lit* collector of iho customs for Thirty burly Captains.Masters Commandant.

iwu hundred doll jars.S OTIC half lo the uo of the Government, and at Tatnpiro nd Vt-ra Cruz and mow recenly! hsa thp: district end inspcctorof tin revenue for tie port '1 vvo hundred and thirty Lieutenant.
,
of t Detroit, in the vice 'I'rum.
Territory oQIichigtui,
The Marshal; of the District of Ohio, fairhundred the other half to the informer ; and all contracts been active-'}' employed in givh; rom y from lluva-; Heechor, removed. Four hundred Midshipmen, Deluding! those v.-}<>

dollars. which 'may bo made in violation of na and Aatansas? to all rtrs that tJ.ir.'d it. Ikr William Kn' *. to f be collector of the customs fr have jwssed examination.

The Marshal of the District oflridian, this law, shall be"void, and all sums of minty visit to this place now. we uiidt-r.-tnud, i is for thio! the tli-'rict, and inspector of the revenue for the jiom-t Thirtv-five Fifty"Assistant Surgeons.Surgeons.
Bath, in the tate of Main*!, vice John B. Swanto
,
two hundred and fifty dollars. or property paid, may bo recover* pnrp' c receiving stich rep'iiras are made necesaryoy icinnvid.William I Thirty-live pur.>erj. \X.

The Marshal of the District of illinois, back by the party paying the same, iu ny the wc-ir: and tear incident to the attiie evicf L. May. to l.e register i ofthe Jnud ollice I I Ten bailing Master5.I .

two hundred dollars. corn t having jurisTiiaron of the same. m which she has been enga r-d. nrer itrvi&; for the district of lands subject to sale at SprmpnVl I Twi-nty-Uwr Tvveut-four Boatswains.CJunncrs.TvvcntvfojirCarpeutcrs.

The Marshal oftho District of 3M rssissipr SQc. 12. And be it further enacted, That fLnciroreI at any time during hcrcrolvj but from aba in the state Illinois, vice John L. Todd, removed tnil
ihnro shall be allowed and the Mashals William II Hurst, to be receiver of public III'mmey.
% hundred dollars. paid to lute iieee.ity.. Twenty Sail Makenr.AiuhLe -
iwo
for the district of laud subject iv sale at JctTer '
ovillc ,
Tin; Marshals of the Districts of Loui ; of the several Slates, Territories, ? od The oiriccrsaml crow of the Sliaik have enjoyed in tliet-tateyf IndianaiceAndrcvv P. hay- I'residentofthe United States i* hereby u.thomed .
the District of Columbia the of ; and rej1Lled to nppi.intU.e Admiral* .
amount health her nb. avcd.
ian hnndrcd and five dollars auinternijited during ence. rem
; one twenty- by created, by and! with the advice and
by them respectively paid on letters William L. Ilobesnn, to he receiver of public inneys consent of
postage The lmonth Commodore KLUOTT and Br.ind : the Senate ; and thmi' other trfiiccrb thai] be reduced
cch.The for the district of i.tuds subject to sale at New
Marshal of the District of Alabama, rtUiiiig to their duties under this act. wine Captain UM.I.ARO were left at Havana. Tl e Orleans in the Ftite of Louisiana, vice Nathani to the nimiber above n.entit-ned, as MIOII 33 vacancivhball

two hundred and fifty dollars. Sec. 13. And le further enacted, That ( ramuiH Lt. 'om. 3I\\o had sailed on a cruise a Cox, moved. occur from death, resignation removal ; ani

The Marshal of the District of Missoai, the President of the Um'tcd Slates is hereby jjioit time previous. 'Ihe i3.imlywinc ittratl' Joseph H. Laic. t" 1o rr,7i.--ter of ll.p land oTf! e ,1)r !, hall until be tie made number to supply-hall! bo buck>o reduced\ acaucicB no as promotions JaNpen.

two hundred dollars. authorized cause to be made a careful te-< much not ii.;:tj at I Havana, and her fine appearanr :as the -district of lands --ubjer tu *,!.; at U"ot r, in the! i may *

, The Jfarsfinl of the District of Columbia, t vision of the statements heretofore transmi well as that of hor ofTirers elicited ir ;nera1 admiralioWe state Thomas*>f Ohio Floyd, vive to C)be rtis r #Spinks Mer ofthe ienie.l.land office fr t Sec. 2. Andlcitfurtlicrexictcd, Trat n
one hundred dollars. ted to Congress, of all former enumeratiool are j l :a pd! to hear that there is a probabili the district of land- subject to -ale at Zamm( svje.!! in the : any. vacancy shall occur among the Rear Adiniralitb.
whole number of the Admirals in the S'avy shalj
The Marshal of the Michigan Territory, the population of t ihe United States & I that she will soon visit Pen ncola.LIST state oftlhiio. vice Charl' C. ( iilhert. renio .-d. ; l be t.' e, until others ir-e provitlfd by law.
Teiriioiies and abstract of the! David C. Skinner to bi receiver, of
to cause an public mone'tor
OF OFI'ICEUS.T. ice. 3. Andbe
dollais.TlKj That
onf hundred and fifty itfurtiur tuuctedf the Frcj
the) district of hinds H.iluat 1 1thi
subject tt : Marietta in
agc{! egate amount of population ia eatti< dt-nt ofthe United htatp be and he is autho'
.
JUarshal of tlw A Kansas Territory, : T. WrnH: l'-q.: dmmamlcr.Liuttf stjte of Ohio, vice John i*. \livlurr-. hereby
one hundred and fifty dollars. Stale and Teiriloy, to he f.riuied by the l lpiimer uants.-C'.str'cs EiJtry, V v. S. \VooKpy, I IV. IL John Wolverton, Vi be receiver of p-ihlic mneys rizedwi.4-IIevtrtlle public 6 ivce may. in bi* judr.ment .
require it to increase the nun.ber. of
to Congress, {designating; the nor lor the district of luntls subject to sale .it ViiCannes each of teclas.c |
Florid \ Jouc -
Tlie Marshals of the Territory of ; s oilicurb below the rank of Hear
: AdmiralVrocid -
her of inhabitants of c-arh I in the state Indiana vice John C -ti. IlariJon
description by '
-
respectively, one hundred dollars. !j Pars .-F. U. Stotton.I mm'ed. , enacted Thai! counties or parishes,) to the number of Iwo 'Si1r'fonII... J. DocldAlttlsliipntcn. exceed the foJIowiag,that ie to bay ;
'p See. 5. And be it further I Ivii.ih; InpLum. to he receiver of public moneys 1)r
owrv person whose neuul | w -Jir thousand copies, which said copies shall 1 be.,i .-\V. C. Chaplin, II. I'. ToJ'.ini] the di-trict ..f land.-, subject to sale at ChillnntliR. i Forty Masters Captains.Commandant.

shall"Le in jamflv. on the snid first day distributed as Congress s>!iall lit-realiei 0 \V'.lII.I 1,1'kocp, and C.hark-s Peircc.Captain's time state of Ohio, vice Alexander Hourm- rc'Isuvel. Two Fifty hundred aaiJ fiUy LleutenantF.Frvu .
iy rect, ;snd! for that purpose, the sum of two .4- James C. Sl.jn to l lt r'gister of the; land ollioe fthedi <
in% June, tine thousand right hundtrd) aitliiity (lerk.--E. Scoit..Guzner.Lkrnos hundred .Viidrhipn.cn, including those! sv!
limits.uid dollaib; js hereby appropriated, to 1 : >lrict n.-tids.subject: to salaat! -ia mtIvlovn.j1t
shall ho ictmncd of such family McBonaM.Pasen have paed exauiminat'.n.
; ys ;
stole lliinois, vice 'fImovn S4oo. re-ii.f\L!
bo of iho Tieusur
p-iid out in
Forty-live
Surgeons.
and the name of every ri'rson which shall any liium-y -ers in the .S/urk-Licut. W. K. LITIMEI, John II. % iareitt; to i-c rc ,,i-lerof the I.J.d; office '

1)C nu inhabitant of any District or T<*rnUwithout not otherwise appropriated.o late commander of Sclr. Grampus, and Purser Jon H br time district of lands subject to t-ah; at 'l'us-: Sixty Forty I'ureric.A&aietant argcon. 4
nalooa, in the staKr of AI.Hiama, vice William IGwuld .
!y, any settled jilnce of rrsideu'o< II.VMSLZTOV, appointt-cto the Uric. rcsi nfJ. Thirty Sailing Maten?.

shall be insetted: in the -column of thasc.net.- ''l cS; _liuaio_ lilinil.Vlio _ James P. Drake, to !be receiver of public mor'ysfir Thirl}-five Boativvaina.
Jilcnlwh ?nllotsrd 'for -lite heads of fam \ me deal ;ind utIiot| the a.e: The TT. S. Schooner Florida, \\ hichr.rrivedlierfoWednesday the district of hinds subject to sae at Im'.ianapclit. Thiity-fivc Gunners.TJiii .
4) IJI twenty ti.'a aiui upwuils.Vlio lat, has ben employed in trancportin in the state Iiu'i.ma vice Noah t v-fivc Carpenters, and
lies, in'thrnivi.iroti where lit or -sin shall lion < Noble rcmov ecItirdon Thirty Sail Jakerj.See. .
,, I \ arc denf ;aud iluiili two CJinpaniesofthc
l tiie tci l first -day hi JIHKJ ; and evt'iy c_) -I4 ;., tci. Jourt on nixluiulot! twrni. fix1. .4. unit le it further cn>tct>d, That time fflow.
; cJ 4- I __ _ _ _ I for the di-tri'-t ofluuds subject to sain, at Cahavvba. i in
from Apoalacl.icol: whenrft they en i11 shall be the
Tampa Bay shore the
person occasionally; citatiiie{ time of rut- .-. ; I \\'tio are deal and dumb imder soUr-: the stato Aljil.iim.t v ice Alexander P.*>e, removed ? pay, or pay ofoilicerM %ltea
rncration, as belonging to tin* ptare in whit VQ I teen VC1N )<" :tt ('. barked on board a St .am Boat, aud p/occuds/1 on Herij.irnin Robr. Rogers, to be recuivi t r of puhlimoniVi. iii.t employed in actu.il--t ire at SKI, that ivto say
Each: Rear Admiral
four
Jw-irand
lie or she usually resides iu the Unite .' t AItN.-I'oreI4lIeIs 1 LttI.Ltflh1tlIZCl I their way to Foil Mitchofl, Al.'ijama, wlerc th'-y arc for tlnj diMnctof l.ii.d-M.bjrct; to wi.- at Oj>floiisa rnz1,. t dollars per an

' l'Li. Wlxi an hunt!. to be stationed. Tht'onVer-'connccl'jfl tlii e:, :, In tic sl.te cl'Loaisiar.a, vice David L. TocW, lacla: Cap.uintwo thousand! five hundred dolhrter

Si The .. 4 1 \\ IK nit- deal and duiuli ul tcity five r.O'litia are tT.pt. Brady, Licrtenants f'v'li'--. Chiy! reioved. [;- iMHiuin.J -
euacfcd ,
.AntJ be
c. r> itfyrtfar *
(
iD j .8U11 irirlc-i Pm ez'tz. to 1 be re-iMer! of the Kind ()Itee,
1lPSr11) J.ich: Master Command.-'i-t. thousand
.: B.-r.7't. Tiuiu'T r.jul Nov one six hnr.-
r"j.
-. H and than six- !.:r tin ti every fieeperon, morn : |< :t to -nc .
I\\ lu are deaf ami ituuiti ol tli tge dred! dollars per annum ; and! th pay of all other uQ.
. jsart6of, *i><*, wJwihr-r heads of t families I fourteen and undiTtwcuf, fivf.'ho .4A -- -- -- tt.; ; .iI 1 Ihimmot-, vice Ht-i.jamiii; .'.hhl r.zmio i'd. ers shall be a iieietofore iixtd 1-v Jaw.
1' 'cr dite l from the U. S. Ship EriPort John Tavlor Lo receiver
;4 to of publie nioiscv-- fur
( r cot, belonging to *ay famiHy within anDtetrict 'S \\ are deal :u d autuljuudcr 1Qn. Sec o: Ann fa it furthtr enacted, That the follow.!
iu Pjrirx ?, r'-yb.l 27, ineutiaii( thut tiie nii'ncr" ar. till distiiit c f lands sm.1.jii t lo of shall bo th, sea or the of officer
; ajp.TOTAL. ; rip | vvhco
tceurnrn .ay. ,
; ) or TcTiitory-inado nr I estaltiiet1 o I crew v.c-t nil \vrli. Ait from l'r5He l} \f :5hetat of I I'l'i' ois vi'e I'asea! I*. KIDS retr/ued JMinli'ved in acinal service -ea"th.-it pay ia

within ihe United Slates, tliall fee $t e- ___= I was oip.-cN- 1 <'xi l'u.. d iv. Abuut iJDll) ) f. ? iit.i: I Ar'hiir St. CJair, to b,> re
;J1 jicseby ts obliged) Ho rend OI[ outl.mulrod 'H'w
i'-c
i-AnE of the division, leqiiirerj a true : coxaat I I |I {. -tite ofiiuian.i! ; v Uobeit Ilar.na ni.iuvcd.Ir.i runs and up ord.-] four thousand! five hundred del.ars. .
lixraii.im IIter on' :
u.w Ofltttv ii Fsi-m f..c N( /if/lid/ IntJliL'encer.Tiir. ;, iT. Canbv.t.jbo l re-o-iver of publu: money: .
to the bestof; his or Imr'knowVd e, of I. l, I _; 'UI tint iv rtx an'Ol : -;; ; I.ATL DLILMARPIIII.AUILPHIA.We : for lln-li-trivt (.lands sn jeot tu sair M Cnivvlbidsui' .
"t i ii A Captain cnmmaiulififf a qiidron les
mounting
ervero n bt-k) ) to such family lef ; amiOltru *' thirty I& ", 1,1 I tl.f state of Indiana, vice AntroVhit
glui: I h (vvcnU l.inr ;.ie authnri/ d toMJiic, that the 'V'eret.irv if fun two bundled four thousand dollars
: p'c'tiely ncomSmg to the srver.il tlcsciij.i iT ;.- t', rI :r; I ami uniU-f_ I l'fiV_ _fi'ir.Of the} Xu v, sit i-rf i Uitii' M'i-fnctory informa'iou; *that ioi-k.j ru it,., I Ii.ltrauL.1mrt.ye.. gviis per ai.ro.ri. >

$ aforesaid: pum of forfeiiing teitytiiiIatc I L; I U1er t.'a s.art ii :t. h c itai'i: U fic 'iof the 1'jited MatrJNavy: ] hud b-ei HoJu-r'} lo tiP ri'.tor of the land fcflie" A ( 'r.ptnin: mrnnnjitit': a ship of the- lire, three
I om2c'e-1isl the l ha1& diuJ iear PliiiadLlpfna Itirhi f.ir iiiI I trii t of l.uuis .ubjt i-tto-.i'n- Toil Wr.nein : ,
m z. .. -' ( i in ) \\ io.Miul livo :.niidred. dollars
: = -- annum.
-
: TO he for cr.d recovered in ::: ---- per
0 FW any I .-e .: I one Immlifil ..H"lj 1. resuttiI 1 in the dealh of jjr. _iVJilkr, wf that it\" < .in 'I tin; -t.iti: ofIndKiua, vi--e Sauwul C. Vance, un.oved. A Captain .ommaiuling a frigate ofthe first class,
:'Ic1ofl ofdelii, by such n iian1 ; thu on< 1 :.., minir.itiul tliM-ame to the-,, Pre-iifeut! i>f the 1'ijiit( ;, t!.ie<, tiRUr-hid! two hundred dollar.1j j crannum.A .
1.f. 1.
h: 4f.o hi--/! use, and the oljia half to thc l ..: I ;4 ) fii j)_(tI n(4atnl uiiilfi oaf Inin.lii Stjk -, :t'id :/-i iiiim: -ni1i d il.eir i1i-iii--i| i\tn\\ t itiverv I Samuel Millrtn to I rffii-t'T the land .fice ilihe 'r Captain coirn-andinjj a frigate of the &ccoij

, :titet Staw.. I I '()! lliuiv Mxand unilci; Jiliv fr '. !t-. : ::oil i l-ai! ; I fVi'-Wenr on I: ni2 in.uli' ..Kijiciiiiifd -- 'i fii i: t ef l.uu.l' .i.t't; c to .ihc :.t CrdVfuid.vilIin <_ la-s.tlnoe- thousand!! riolljis per annum.

|Ii.): t\veiiiv lour ntnl nnot-r lliilvO 'v.iih the l.iftK, immudiaUl 1) oid'ted l tiiiitim I !!Ie vir; .if t hi-li.iiii.I vi.ViMiani; D'uiu. iiiove.l A 3-- fr Coimiiamkul tv o thousand five Luudn Sec.
; 7. And be it furlfar ei'trtcd. Tha I.- ;i ; j jOi ifn ami iiii<3vi uvi-iiiy l 1iir. "- 141 f I ili.l <',luwui! ;
o-'ch l and erv -KistHut, pirvioust" ni.ikmli I ; -' nfllir Nai V. \i/ : ; iievs t'r iho di-iii i t i.f hidjlijei't: : ti't! I'.trt Lkvii'"nant cominandicg a brig nr s<*hoon' r, or

:, return w ita M II 'M,4.!, M r.nist' a roii I I _-_ -_ _-_ I-1 (".: I'.diuiiNil Hvnte I I \\ av !'<> 11 tii' -I.-.t.: uf IndiMi: vif* J-K' j h I iluluri a4.t'iga' lirot L'eutenniit of a bhip of the line; one

!< -\ wpyiQtM- l liy himself, st"fJi.." M-jit ti-i) ..:. H- -= jOtuiic-lin-iJie-1 ;atd iipwai, Is..f. I 'it I :itiplo'JI 'c'ue-tt' ott, I ti'llll.V. .t( I lu'iis-in-l.-jx bundi'cduollr.r* pcrcurnm.A .
I
4-. ,ii iliid Uti.ii'r iiili" hl-ifln.i., .1.I I--. l ; '. : ( tivr! J. Ptjr: (.(', Th.-inris < ;. >::v"dop.. to i.e le is'or ef the l.intihi'e Fit I/vucnaiit! of:i iri altj. eiietLousa.nl fobr
ini.iinu <
k.4. *" \\yf itViants wi'.hii I It.it ttt' i\f ,
mttntrcr-i*. : % l i i JVii-iiirMii.tii! ; Cliaie: (J.; Hunlt:. S (' i-ir: tliiciiii I :t of !:.i1' -iibe( ::-! to sah1 i\'< "*J._ lunched diHia-'h annum.
s'diviii.uij IIR if th ; ( Oi'ilnmix 1 t .iii j mi.if. lil""> nOi \ I lie!. in th .ii.Mi'Lou-.tii. v'ue I.iut.l J ptr
to ?
*fji .iiir.o : r.ios :r-f A First Lieutenant of
u1 I a sloop] o2v:4r: cne thou>at.<]
pih11k p'h ps w'uti'tn titp Mine, tiicreturrii 4- 4 I :< I tu my ioiu if.tl iiii.ij-'r llirtv sx.'uj : :'L'Mli'ji.i-I\r'irr.'t; \ W.-'1 he A, my ('out Mai i Itei-pi'l.!; ri'irovel.Al I. !i.ree htiiuJrcd dollar.-, per ;annum.

:in for tIe; inspection rt all con-eiu.sI l, for : : ;; t< u ,iu : IK tv\i'iit\ r.ini..fr S li'il j I t'oiit c.iu'il! ci tins < "i.y ulioiil a foitni '!4i sine1 -\r.nVr! (lord'.n IVuiu '-> I ; receiver of J.uhlLc! tFir.st Lieutenant of a brig or schooner, i-ne tlouuul -
::;; r'l n-ir\; < l 1ir; the! !i'rif' i-f 1 ". :.)1i'-t to >al-i at StIoI .
iaeh .of.liich ii iiT iis ik.i # .I %O. I for the' lii.l ot nlliceib oJ tho: >!aii.i ccit's tbe: 41 ; r .d 1..im l\i-.day ni-cniup !L.txintr s1t-sittck4- -ia. intbr- .-tae j jf! Loft'-i.-na. vice \\ ilim: iliuhm 3la.-tcrcl of the lne
; nine
.. L : Sailing a ship I.Xu -
&t .ttt't
II ( ;
be Hiiilitt' ;i t ,9. ; >
: to irccrvt'fived! >Urfg: : I o3VUIC(1, I' I 1-1! I ho bt.ait t is uilh whicii it HUS tliat t d.iKvi's : removcd.Willi.nn dreti anti fifty dollaii ;per annum.A .
.V1.*:*! "Hit*: gcbed.ijf; having been s tt up, .-: i I 74 !(4-----ti :" I--:i-i'-1 --oil'-- -" -lir.ii-li- -.-ost. 1'I/t.4)n. I ev\l to be rej'-'erof 1 tht* l.indtiinre. f il.e Sailing ilsiater! of a fiiac i ;, itie hundred! doll.irserirpunu ;
ljI 3 -} .CJi thi.-M fix a.it 1 tin i rhllv lixr.S ti; district "fl.iid.s-ui>iiTt ml sjle at Jelfrrsonviiu>. iihe ;
lie tr.tnstniueJ tim Marshul, with *
of tljo iJ I < 44 : iivTin 1: rRF.sinr.Kr.'j A {yai.svvain, d'unner, t-.il 3r.ker, or Carpi .,terfa
!>H uuntbrr cf and iif.ase "" -
I .
persons ; I F !' ? : --i : Tw.-uiv I '.T. shted.
i < i
) .i i'i ship of the I.no, w-ve.n hun..i ckllars! of agate. f.I--
\} amirilh die ntlrire and consent cf the .s< unit ;
any ass tn; ,; s|Iiatl jail to make suclin .. I ,-t .1 4 ) .,- : John' Cnir.jb.-ll.ofyiruiiv.a, to tIc' Tu r.-urerofthe! ax hun.lrcd clollar.s : of a alojp, iivo huiiurcdieiMV.
T 1 !I's: I Koomi-i ?, to !hC colliittor .t f the customfo.. ., ed.TI.OIIMS .
/ ofto the Marsha-!, with tlto rettan f the< -----.4-- -- .. i : "ni'cd btai' s, vice i Willi-'iu 'Lrl.e nn.; \ doars annum.
; ;;; .I-
4 tiniinudic.t
0 1
au iij.v. IK' Di-trict.I ntu! Inspector 1: ofthe re\etiie! fur the port L Smuh. of New Yoik, t lo I e 1eiteref
fiuoalHr/if aforesaid Amlleit furtherci>act l. That tie Pr"fi-
he shill for 1.
)PMSOI a* : rl.
niiK-tv iii-l tnidei It i..ut
; inn- 4,1 f rNicken s Iflrerbtn- the rilate ol'JVew York, iii Noursv renovdDaui.11
: ,
lie JVo'iury, vire Joseph
leit dent of the United States s-ha 1 be. and hu is hereby
mo coinjjeuiuliuu aUoved him bv this I !Ul: n hty :ni'i uinl> i uui-iv. _ the room of I h. 1 1. .Shorwood! who was forimi.siond" A!. Dunill. of New U.m p.-hiie, tube Diecltir authorized to cau; e mch rnlvs and regulations| not iii-,

tet. .1-4.. 'II .-* '\ei.l\ ,iijl nnili i itrOt _ i during the reccsa thc'tstuato ice Jyliu .M. Can- r ofthe Hank of the United Slat--; vice WilliamDiiane.
__ __ __ __ cozi-icr4t i with e> idling laws-, n. le; mayjufipe expcieiit --
.se :; 3. A'td /*<.' it f-irthrr rnnctc', Tin I.. I ii :iit't .( ti'1ol. removed. J. I who li.isdecIiiK; 1.d'eorjre 1. ihi for the rovenuntut ofhe Navy ; for the prolotion -,
': 'j : Aaion; Ogd'-n, to be :i-r.-istant ct-Ilect.ir) of tin ci.umsjur .-. tieed of Delaware to be Attorney of
t ;:; : ; ,
the S.critarv StatJs'iiJ' nUv ami (iiaOl ir- of and the cb.triiT.re
of ; !j hp, aid lii>rciy! sa 3' id dircipiint! ; tcon-miy/and -
the [JiJrIctof Xfc\v York, to re- atJei'vily
District uf Jclav.riroin
: time I nited States for the I :
it, aorrzd and! r *t]'iirod to transmit, ii -2 I .. t-nty and tiii.kriilty._ "_ : : lit the s>luU of A'cw Jerseyice John Condict,, Iii;- >\th of Januaiy, IrU'J, when hit COhiZ1&i5.-1 CXj>Lred. .ithful of applicaticn duty in r.ll efie cla'.st luid; and for rropriated the securing for theiavy the
Hint U41t1rlurtv.
he L14I5hdI 'I) : Of Unil rcniov'd.I aj
ofilc
evfjal DIstrkt Tor-
: 4' _ .
: to be l ant.1 Mich and resulalioCSrhtn
; ruei
iJIiiS( and z : J,, Ol tMriily .nid um!<:r tliiiiy._ I Jacob Gould, to fieroUectoruf the cu turns forth? T. P. Dovereanx. cf North Carolirj? to be Attor- preparf
regulations .
iusiniC4Jyust p rajactIcMcd 1} Cei' itt.juli -,.
adt for the ; :I t'ei1 .n I timir. i\vfu'v. )i-liict u of (Jennc-s'.Pi;, and itts j ctor rt tin; rcvenut: n'y of time United -tatc ; foi the l>i>trict North Ca- have the force at Jaw.We .
ta.Jh'n act into cf-
carrying wiao i V2: -
t .e I ;itd uiiertiIte"'i. I ir ill's port ofeUoche-l. in the btatu of X w York, i.lma.JJrd.
1ect ; zzud also, the fot IDS remained therein,, I ice JL-s4: Huwley, rcm
-j "s --*ii'l iidti! i in.__ __. Jerre Carrier be collector of the for the are ii.foimcd tht Jit. Porter, a gen-
xt the schedule to b returned, and such othor.lonn to customs: States for the Nortl.em I Di-trict CM'Alabama,
Uiiki'e ( (t di-t tiit,; t.nnd of the fur oliji t ctuan cxlcnsivfly conceriiLd in ziail aIIIgI -
. inspector TetIie! Hie |iort ic" Scott iu the -.
as may be necessary in -4, ..' =: iO1sti. __.;:- --- Joph appointed rtsexJamr
This him carrying ; .* liu.I'll I eri and tipwiriis.Of I It \tiC.iit, i jt ihe $tal of New York, \ ice John 1J.I.rna ? 1). Wastcett. jun'r. of New Jiisjv to i-- i: tnents, and Sfr.? Phincab Biadlcy! !atc-
act execution find
proper lines rog- L.t : -' iiiiioiy_ ._aii_ 1_nii<_l 'r_ ntaner,
be employed iu taking the euumiration. "_:) -;_- I ) ;il! ( sssit.r ,.'Isi.. di-.tii ti ls\vpiratchie and inspector of the rt- fthe ((7nit :cl rftatcjfor the port of Jit. Salvador, in city last \vei-k. The object uf their proTCC -
-4 -. nue fin the }pi.fr ol Oprlen-hurp, in the stale of A'cwi Brazil on theorem! Mail Uoutp lo NOJV Or-'
... . .3
Sec. And be it ,- I I l ; .i.I .1. :t I i oik. vice : ; hew 3Iy :is, retTiOVe'i.I William Shaler of !;iMnrhus (o he fVr. :'d! c.ftit h'ti', i:; supposed to l.e cornccft-d whh the.

. 9. further enacted, That :.; .4. -i: filiv ami uiiiUi txi.Ol I i'jn.nir "rcoxilic' to be crjlkctor of the oiMoin-- ; United States for the poitrl II.-rnia I in tlo I.-l-! :mt-et-lirrtjigi of limo J/iul. W<; are tolif, cnc"iltni

f' those States .cumpriMng two Districts and -4 1 iii itnil_ --uii'icr Inn.Ot i- for 1 thf! di 4iict( of Ni-izar'. and ii-pector) of the reciue inl of Cuba, in J.l.c.e of Tn! >iii.o '1. HuJw} iemoed. of ffirmed ihut ih > maI could! b '
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: I or_
: where! a part ol'county sziay 1* inacl' i.:.. thu t; and u i't-r! liwiOl'ttvemy \. l Iii the pott of Lcv.Sftown, in th state of i\ >v %

District, such county shall be cousi.Jeiod! as: -< -----.4--.unl u- llinu._ 4 'i'irl, vice Koheit t I'leitunt', removed.Ik'injr A-a; %'ortIinton! of N; -vv Y ik;, to be ennr.i lf1mC uii'd: be cairit fioin New York to Mtv

IHongi! to that District in which the Courthouse 01- jifteis aiicl| 'I tis-r ivvi-nt\ ; I V. Low, to lc &urvev: of the district of 't'iictl St.i.'cs at Liiro, aid lortl.e poitsol l'.'ri. Orleans in 'ten, d ds. This city, thon, \vil!
Vith Amboy, and ii ctortf) tie) rfvenne for the Elliot'zt lace, to be '
( ;; and tin:It rftitifii.umltr ; ; Joseph \Vt:4iiltgton ioaci' sooner or later ht? liencftitcd with IM> suc'ss -
of said county may be situate.S j.irt; of Xc\\ Irimick, in the state ofev Jcr.-ey, otihje' United tatca for the port of (JaKc U-ii, in | *
( uiit iusI ice 'lhoms! ed.Juhu tii its: lnt- petition to the I'o l Ja stcr
: c. 10. And be further enacted, That It' ;! liance.iTnio 'e.vico.Jame.s.
in all cases where the superficial content onny Ludr1ievcal-t? cl'age.amcof Pembetton, to be navwl offlrer for the di'tiictf Davis to be consul of the United States at General.! -[ Gi orgia Ccuritr.Rticard .
Phila 5i-ipliia, in the Btatc of P jnuU:>!.ia, vice Santa IV, in the Republic Od f Mexico.Iieiijiiinin .
L county, or parish, shall exceed twenty Narnesof1jcatto.f t-'jsnihit,'. l'i111i1) H. JJarkley, removed. P. Linton of Louisiana, to l be Attorney

miles sqmre sod the uumburof inhahitaul: Ctuuty. Cit), \\ ;-td, Town, 'l'o\vualiii, 1'atan. : Will'iim: ; I I'tmran, to be survey er for the district, "thc Uniti'd tats for the Western Distiict ol Leu1:1112 of Good Conduct.-Tho Rilti-;

in said parish or county shall not exceed three Precinct. Ilumlit-d, or Itsiu.ANflItEW ,nd hi -p'Ttor[ of revenue for the port of Philaileljhia! :' in place of( John Drovviibon. removed.r'k fbi-c :Washington Stride L'cr.ipany; haVe

. lhoi an-J, the Marshall or assistants shall be In the KtiiUi of l Pennsylvania, vice James Cleutworlli, Hy Duporicr of Louisiana, to be Mar.-hr.l of the ) 'esenied to Ch.irlc-s Haslup, the driver-of

allowed emocd.Jaiiirt. I nited Statc.s for the Vestermi Di.-tnrtof Louisiana time which the attack was maile-
with the uf
the stajre
approbation Judges STEVKNSOX upon .1)
: ; ?Ii-Cu.rr.; t.) 1 e surveyer for the dHtricf.p.n i in place of Adrien Dumartrait, removed.
i j 4
oftho respective District w Territories,, picker eiflhc 1/ontc cf Rcnrectatjvts.JOhN ijieclorofthe revenue for tle j.i.rt Alexnndfia inIw Samuel Svvaitvvout, lo be collector of the cu.tomsr )' highwaymen in January last, a silver gel*

r such further compensation as shall be deemnd di-trici of Columbia, vice \%' rHbm Wilderliuru.cnw the di-tii tof New York.ii the sttite of New York, let, as a testimony of his good conduct clithat

1 C. CALIIOUN \ esi.' .. jrc Jonathan removed. occasion. The is represented
reasonable : Provided, The same does Thompson, goblet
Lytle Goodwin to be of goods for th*
appraiser
not exceed four dollar for fifty Daniel C. Croxull of New JOISPV lo be'cmsul as of neat and hajidsonie workmanship, andhears
every of ,
per Vice President ofttc United States, pu!t P.aKiuiore, in the state of t Maiiaud, Ice Wiliarn -
sons by them relumed ; and when any such II '>!Iett, removed of iho I Unilutl States at lUaiseilles, the following inscription ; -

county or parish shall xceed forty ;-iuies! and, President ofthe Senate. Charles iMdndoe.: to be collector of{he cnstoius for in i place (if Joliii lodge, ri'iuovrd. VsenJcd[ : hy the Baltimore and Washing1

- square, and the cumber of iuliabitants'iu the ANDREW JACKSON. tite l tli tiiot ofl'etersljurp, in the state of Virgijia.vitcarnc.s William Wood, to be Collector of the ton Stage Compr.ny Charles IIasliipas
Robertson
san>e .bali not exceed three thousand, a like Approved, M-uvh 23, IS30.An Henry M. Cook, removed., to be collector oftho customs for usiQms for the Distiict, ;:r.l Inspector ofthe a token of their high opinion of his firmness -

allowance Luau be made, uot to exceed six thc district, and.Inspector of the revenue for the port Revenue for the port of Dightoa, in the and good conduct when attacked and

k dollars for every fifty persons so returned. Havana of Beaufort, in the state of North Carolina, vice James tatoof Jfassacltusclts, vice Seth Williams! woundi-d hy robber?, en the 25th Ja'nuO-
letter of the ICth of March, addressed lanney, rc.uoved.! .
J Sec. II. And le it furlktr enacted. That to the tidituM of tlie Ualtiiuare Amcricuu states thai Stephen Charles, to be collector of die customs for 'moved. ry, 1 3O.

.. L when tue afoiesaid enumeration shall be the Amertc-jii cn\\wr\ are very vigilant upon the ie di tiict ofCamden, and inspector of the revenuer Pierre A. B.irker, to ho Ctlctor! of the ".Icf irii:!tcurpar!-tiers all tis Aowrlie.',
coast,, and their fir.rt art now directed towunU in- ) the port of Elizabeth city in the state of Not lb ofthe
4 completed, end returned to ihe office of the the Customs for the District, and Inspector
irceptin-: Vun imaii that roMtod the ship Can- Carolinaie Asa temovod.Alcernon .
ti Secretary of .State, by th? Marshals of the dace, of Boston. $\\tK is wcij known and will no S. Vhcusfm Rogerdon, to,be collector of the cus- Revenue for the port of Buffalo Creek, The Washington Bi.nner annouuces thtGeneral

r States auj Territories, he shall direct the doubt be son brought in. The Grampus has been tons! for the di.strk-t. and inspector of the revenue forthe in the Slate of New York, vice JMyndrrt 2'l.Dox Hiirrison, our late minister to Canhia -

, .. piinters to Congrftsi'H prim, fqr the use-of in i mut ol the Mom for several days, and is still port of Key Wet, in the Terrritory of TJorida, removed. is preparing for publication a vindication -

l j Congress, three thousand copies oftlieagregat cruiziug; iracy ; moor sonic ua.of those We hear engaged nothing ia i more it will of probably the con- vice Gabriel William Floyd Pinckney, to be removed.collector of the customs for Fiancis B. Ogden, of New Jersey, to be of himself from the charges prefertagairt

I return i received from the MtrbaI ; epiut their treason ou the a1luws. the Jhrliict ofApj-alachicola, and inqeetor the re- C1n51u1 of the United Stales for the Poit oh! hm; J by that government.



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--- t to I l ..T1IL HOUSE. [ S.1mc.sut'jecl, to the report of the Secretaryat The cruising: of tho West India station'; tion!. From ibo aiaoufacturing districts: iibo

: ,(; \\, \ \ckMI After various bills had been reported and I \V :r Mr Freelinghflyscti ed thci would, not have the terrors attached to it, I accounts have of late teen more encouraging. : t I, 1

disposed l of, Mr. Bates from the Committeeon r.nendments, on the ground ihat the letters which have heretofore been presented to I The Journal du Havre -

March :!j. Revolutionary Pensions, reported a Joint i were unofficial ; that they had never bern iho: officers and seamen of the N.ivy. Instead that ministers will expresses decide apprehension ,

.' ... Senate transacted bnt little legislative Resolution of the Senate and House of Representatives j' seen by the Secretary at War ; that they encountering the pesilemial atmospliere I I freighting American vessels as transports upon for* I I

: ,..Cs having at an early hour gone into requiring those Heads of De- were in answer to leading interrogatories, I of the usual places of'retoit in those ': the expedition against Algiers, as those ships I''

i session. Several petitions were pre- partments charged with the administration of which might be supposed to produce just such i seas after the usual short burs: of service, may be had cheaper than .Fiench. The I 1 -

..1|, among which, were one from New the Pension Laws, to render to Congress, exparte answers, because they touched on : they would find a healthy and refreshing refreshing same journal states, that all the sailors that I

: .'", prrsented by Mr. Dickerson, re- at the commencement of each session, a list some subjects upon which no information retreat in the tranquil basins of these can be laid hold of at Havre, Ftcamp, and I

rating against: ths prohibiting the trans- of applicants for pensions, and! of persons was desired by the resolution of the Senate, !; harbors and the invalid might hope for a Dieppe are forcibly enrolled so that tko I 1

/.ion: of thr mails on the Sublnth ; and then on the pension list. ; together with a which had drawn forth the report of the : speedy lestoration fjom the diseases incident merchant vessels are left wjthout any han .*. .

.iom Ohio, presented hy ?'1r. Ku-mle statement; of the respective cases of both Secretary at War, to which they were to be to that climate. I It is reported that an envoy from Peru, 31. I j t,

;nij that Sunday m.: ils may be abolished! cl-isses: and the grounds upon wh'rch the appended ; and because:: such a course would ,, Lying as those Islands do, directly in the Vidaure, has arrived at Paris, charged to so. I I'I

w? The bill from the House of Repre- I cl-iims: of the former were founded} ; and of be disrespectful l to tlwVi.lr Deportment- !: track of vessels passing and repassing to so licit'the recognition of the independence of ,

: :i\e< for the rl."k Uif of Richard Tax lor: the ,hole number of applicants! under tho Mr. White argued in favor of the amend ; many points in the Gulf of A/exico in doing that country, and conclude a loan with a

PASSED.: I! pension: act of 1818. After considerable ment. He sho\Ved that (though the letters which they must be placed within the reachof certain great capitalist. M. Vidaure, formerly I I it I

IN: THE HOUSE. lisvussion! the resolution being read twice, had not come through the War Department, the naval power of the United States S'atioiiod a canon, has been President of the I (

Jr. McD'jfli \ ffjM the Committee: of and ordered to be engrossed for a third read- they were entitled to ns much credit as if at this rendezvous, it would give an high court justice at Lima, and h deci 1 '

v and Means, reported a bill making'! :; '.: iii-j' to-day.. The committee of the whole on they had. Ths; gentleman from whom they influence which mast bo felt by all nations dedly opposed to Bolivar. J', +

;.)}tri tiloirs; for eat } in\i\ into (.ti.'c( ci-naiii tho; state; of the CHiJn'a, on motion of Mr.Thompson were received had us ample opportunities of j' trading in those seas, and add to the inducements It was stated in some of the Journals, a i

'nil iioatitrs fur the xrar l 'j..iOwhich( ; : of Georgia, discharged from the ascertaining the real state of the Indians, as'!' to preset ve towards the United States few days since, that a house had been taken !

:cd;: twite, cottimiut.l to a ( 'onnniltee'V : further: consideration of the bill for time better any ;tent of the Government, either in or !! the most amicable and peaceful lelations. at .Vers lilies for the Duke of Cumberland. \ 'I'

!,:' Whole, on the. S. ttC. of 1 th,' l!lIioll, ind I organization; of the militia of the District of out of the War Department.: One of these I j I The position of the Tortugas; from their \\.e were unable to trace this report to any 1 II'!

':ten :,) !be 1'1' line J. Tin: ; liousitlien I '. Columbia ; and the bill was ordered! to be gentlemen had resided forttwopars. among proximity to the hill Lors from whence luxei : authentic source. The Journal de Paris ;i hi"

/!: c.IL 1 (iln!I ooiiNt.U'iaiio.i i of -.he 'resohlion: I esjgrossed: for a third reading. Various resolutions the other had now lived for ten- yeaisi 1 I i ittetI the! swarms of unprincipled depredators announces this morningihat his Royal

rod by \1r. Sift: for, the construction of.,. : antI memorials were pi"esented, among contiguous to, the (Cherokee najion ; and : on the commerce of the United: States, highness jirrived yesterday at Paris, and a-

'tififat'niKv: ( : un J L-iUe! Champl.iia.: : Tin'! 1Vt j: ih.; latter of \\ 1micli.' was one submitted by both are well known to membeis of both j I and which has re>uhed in such a loss of pro- lighted at the hotel JWcurice. This is total

,:.'.:.inn, : the in-t'uico of Mr. Wicklifio, 1;! :\ Do Witt, from the President anvl Di- Houses of Congress! as men of integrity anJ ',: perty) and life, is peculiaily' advantageous Iy unfounded ; nor is his highness expected :

-. nii.'tJifn'il: : 'r.J l dnprcd! I, as follows : I I; iectois of the DrlaWare and Hudson Canal: veracity; The information the e letters ,II and commanding. Such arc the facilities of at tho hoiel where he usually resides when ,. '4'
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/ct'/--",./, Tint! t :!;.-. S.'cic-tar.: .: ;-.? \V.tr !beursto'l I.I i Compiny, in t the I State of New. York, soliciting .I contained was of importance: to the public! J I i rgies! from these harbors, that ships of war in Paris. A rumour ofa similar nature was

to came tin ni'cosssiy Mir'.rys; tl) ; a subscription :Jo their stock, on the partI as it developed' the real situation: of the In-1 I anchored there, could, at any moment, and veiy prevalent in London last week, as ap

fl1t'je, at tile outlet of) Ltkeiirder : : ( fj ,ifl1tjn, ., of the II. S. to the amount of $200,000. dians; and showed the effects of our policy I with any wind, immediately slip from their pears by the following aricle from Bell's

to .Jbcurt-iin the expediency ofiecl- Tii'i memorial was referred to the committee in promoting: either: the future happiness of: mooring) and s-iil: in pursuit of vesels sus- ;: Life in London :-A rumour was circulated J!

_f a .fortification .for the defence ut'i i that! on Internal Improvement. The remainder i i iof th().-l' unfortunate people, or of condemning r 'ccd: of being eng'lgcd in unlawful enter through London on Tuesday, that the Duke J

aticr of the I I'nitrd, States, and! rcpoit a tho tl.iy!: wis occupied in the consideration) them to a life of misery, degradation and ; }prises.Tiv. I uf Cumberlahd bad quitted this country for ::1 '

t-i and)(! estimate: at the next session of of piivate' bills, nearly th'uty: t of which were ruin. The amendment of J/r. White, was ;; :: presumption is', that its occupation : the continent. On the notification of the ':,

.fl !res passed through t the usual stages oflq.ibtion.l: ; : ulso 1 advocated by J/essrs. Forsyth, Dicker- by the United States would completely suppress : circumstance on the stock exchange: it was "

The resolution introduced! .hy Mr. Mc- son, J/cKinloy, and Hayno, and opposed h.r' i piracy! from those ports in the Ishnd ,I received by a very singular manifestation of ti I-.

:ifiie: fixing iho I piy of AJi-nibsjrs! of Cou-) The jSsMinte did r.ot:1' !< .-day. iI i iIes.3s.eIu.ivr\ and Noble.\ J/r. Noble13uid : I of Cuba, wlikh:! have been found so favorable. : feeling ti 'p''

..; :at $2 pt.?.- .La'l yftcr: they shili h.ixr I IN TIn HOVSL.: ] bo would( oppose anv amendment for fllrthc'''purpose( :. I The Nuremberg Gazette contains a letter II 4 't-:

';:1 j in ('-.'iOU' for 120 HI.\i ':'!, during! the iuirj f :\lr. :MeD-ifsie's resolution prescribing: the: i for the purpose of printing private letter i. I ha.e the honor to be, 4c.JOHN dated Frontier of Russia, January 23, In' ii ';! '

"ion, .ind !)U das; in the short one, was I' lncion: : of i il.e per d.cm: allowance! of mem- with the report of the Secretary ;Vt War, I BRANCH. which it i N stated that the interchange of '

-\t;t Liken; up. I I hers truni I'3 to :s'J per dy: after time long' unless! the mover would consent! that\a certain To tic I'nsidinl of/he United States. c'uiiersbetrcen Paris and St. Petersburg,

T'v'!! II iiivi then, ,motion$ of Mr.J IletnpVfiji i I :session: :: : of t 'ongiess had extruded to 120 loiter: frnm: the Hon. Thomns: P. Moore, I 1:, I\Tr: :. daily becomes more frequent. From this ,

'.iI';!', \ inUt a Committee: of the Whole on tar.dttie! : vhoit session to 90 day*, was the to a gentlemen! in :New Jersey; be added also. April 1.Agreal circumstance the writer concludes, that tho j

."- Meito 1 of the Union, Mr. Haynes in the !, first busings (,1 f public I interest taken up in rlr.v,lute's amendment w.is carried by :.1 u ; di! b'Kiness was tral1sacted.A ; .- alliance between the two Cabinets is gaining : It

M.MC, ;ind iook up ihe t bill for making! a road: .., the<< HoL.se of Ri'piesnntatives.: :Mr Coulter1'addressed I. vote of :25:! to 10. J/r. Johnston of Louisiana ;,: ; ;| imtiitM; of hills i fiom the I H I-use, and a strength, while, on the contrary, a degree of j
I'III..BHtLI.1. to No'.v-Oilean of !' the House until the close of the : ,| number of Ser.atu:; bills went i through! their j
;.1_ ) ?, by way occupied the floor during the remainder ; : coldness subsists between the Court of St. i
\\ "'!: : ': : I hour, 1 m opposition I to time i evolution. A ot f the day; on J/r. Foot's resolution.- I various stages ; several were ordered to beengrossed : Petersburgh and that of St. James.A .

Tinliou.:;e then, on motion of Mr. :\1c- | message: vutsieceived from the President byh'.s I The President of the United States by J/r. j fora. third reading.: Tho bill for private letter of the SOth ult. from St. '

D'lfri', aji.un wrnt into CowMiittce! of t the private Secretary, A.J. DI\nalehollj'E.q. i Donelson, his Private Secretary, transmitteda increasing the Jrrms of the United States Petersburg, represents the political horizon "f i

\Viiule on ihii !state" of the Union, :\1 Ir. L tchr vith l various bills! approved and; signed by : communication:; from the Secretary the I Com is for i hi' Southern Judicial! District of there as lowering, and' mentions the prospect .!

'! in ihohair, and took up the bill! makings : him. The private bills! which. went through i j :Navy, in relation to tIe! sUfveofK..y. the S4nte of New York, and for adding to the ofa renewal of {he war with Turkey. It is i '

.ppropri ,; ; :: for 'xilllllatiol: :.1111 siii w'y:,,: the Committee on the preceding day! v.-ere I I H titHoiiM: of Representatives, a me- compensation( ) of certain Judges, xv is, after apprehended that time Treaty Adrianoplc t

::ud also lor Ct'rt.il; wI)1'k111': Internal: Improvement. veraly! read a third t time 1 and ".tS ,.rI. Along ; mo.'iul. was pie.sep.fed from Gen. Harrison j some dtiiri'*, ordered to be engrossed for a or at least the financial parts of it, will not

; The hliiukMinkiirj: :!: ;apprnpiutijns ; discussion, took place upon the one for I asking for composition for time necessarily third reading. The Senate resumed the be executed. The pretence alleged is the

: for the dtfi'iMcnt s'Jt\' -\s and loads, I .he reliuqHishment of Indian rtservatioiis! in :I expended by him as minister to Colombia consideration of the: bill making: appropria-! exhausted state of the Sultan's resources, and '.,

ru-re fill'-d up afier vaiious: ) amendments.Mr. I IJ Akilnma! ; in the course of which,, Mr. Storrs I': : more than thrf-e months. It was referred I lions for holding: treaties with certain Indian I the secret fermentation existing in many of '

J .. Uicklil'i'ei nfter stating, that numerous of Connecticut, J/r- Clay, )Ir. I H-miington I : ), ; ( to the Commiltee! on Foreign Affairs I tribes, \##itii the amendments. On this bill the provinces. The Emperor" adds the .

f ji-vi-ys! hut been made:: : of t the most puerile Mr. Thompson! of Georgia; !Mr. A. II. Tl House I then! resinned the consideration; i a debate ensued, in which Messrs. Freehng- letter, will therefore, in all probability, br

.UK! cotitemptable nature, moved un amtndnnni 11C1)1P1d) .Mr.1 Be'.l'!l, Mr. D'.,!glii i I, Mr.T I Dray- II' of J/r. J/cDuflies resolution to reduce the I Inn-sen, Grimily, I llohm' >, :McKinluy l King, I compelled to draw his sword, and no' .

) that: the sums !proposed to I be appro- ton), and! :\Ir. Haynes took parr. The do- I inv ()J/embeis" : of Congress after the session Forsyth and Hendricks took pait. 'rime bill| sheathe it again until he has completely] puri ,

jui.ttod: !, I'xpenj'.fd! } in the completion of bdte j'r.uiug' bi-en so extensive: 11.Polk I had continued f for a special term. I was .then laid on the table with an understanding i i god Europe from the Asiatic barbarians th.v ,

sutli works of a jiiijn1, } ch.srarter! ; : s had moved the )te\ ions question, which was car- I. A prolonged (ihCllSiOfl took place, in I that it is to be taken up next: Mon- have so I long overrm its finest, piovinces. I '

been commenced) and not iiuiohed.Mr. .I lied by a vote of CO to 5G.rilliC house, huvvevcr i which J/essrs. Coke, Carson, Craig of Va.Sp'i day.I The bit! from the Hor.se of Representatives I j The Nicker Gazette of the 10th inst. con.. ::I II .

Lea suc e led a nullification, so that; I, refused to take the mnin qiiestion: by nj :.:ht, Pettis and BarrirKjer took part.- i in relation to the mileage of men- '' tains a letter of the 18th ult from Bucharcs.1 .- : Ii

tl>e amendment mliiht en.fnart) ;M 1 "I\\r\u\: s ;j vote 1I lon a division by yeas and! nays of(82 1 JIr. PettSs renewed Ins' amendment to strikeout I i bers of Congress: was debated at considera- 1 which seems to confirm these apprehension,' -.!

1'tOflIl0fldrtI! to be nnd" 1 by: Liliwr IIou-e'uf.1 to 7:2. The bill was, therefore, laid: over the enacting cl:M\c\ ; After some further I I ble length, but before any question was [taken It states that orders have been received froi.. : '

t'onjrHs JhVicl! \\itr a-.entinj; the i until Friday netct l, clog: tho!! l first. day for the, debjte, .the Committee; on motion of J/r. the Senate: adjourned.LNT1JE I St. Petersburg put 'every fortress on thv' .

cue.stioii: was taken, and: the j amendment, as consideration! of private bu il1ess. The I Coke, rose and reported.1: The House again The HOUSE. I banks of the Danube into the most complete
discussion of Mr. McDnfiies, resolution 5
modified! uas: Jt''I: 'j\'I!. :)Ir. McUufrie. liouse then, in a committee of the whole, went into Commit of the Whole on the I -| state of defence, ar d to prepare the Russia : .
moved tint: the Committeetake! ;nil. the bill I, .\lr. Isaacks I : in; the chair, took up ten pri- I .state; of the l'Hiou, l/r. Wicklifle in i thech.jir ( fpr the retieiichment of the p.iy of the ;; army f"-ra second campaign.. -

fur : 1II,' vale bills! which were coiisukud( and: reported thc bill for, the 'of" II1l'mbols, after u specified; lerm, was re- i :,
making, ; : ;ippioi!; rnuiii> imporvinq! I on : re-approprintion} : ':'' -- '
turned. .:\!Ir. Smith of Vitgiui.i Mr. Stem
toas, &:':. i"Ir. \"iuun; uuved that the committee | and oidered by the houseto; t Ilt engross-! j In'l win unexpended balances of former appropriations : rs i ARR1L i:. D-In Portsmouth, on Thurs- I

ri-\', but the motion! w.:s negatived ; i I ed for a third reading eu this! d.ty. 'I) he ; ) ; ; : nd tho bill making appropria- : of New York, and Mr. Cambreleng, seve- (1 b\ evcnKi.; 1 lust, by the Kcv. Mr. Wingficld .. I : 1 :
i rally addressed the house iu : I
( &
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iad. the: committee took up the bilk After i huusc then adjourned. I j ti-jnsfor: the r.ruietr.: :;:?! : Ordnance and Quar- opposition toit I Lieut. SAMUEL B. COCKE, of the U States -
I i.N THE sr.xvir.:: i 11H' [fatter t gentleman proposed that the
fjlij7! : ; up the bl.mk; the committee 1'O"l', : lei !master's Department ; after some time I Navy, luJj..s: ANN! V. third daughter of '
M-irch 29. i session of Congiess should tem minale; on the
I j
J'1! tlif Hou eadj >;nueil.: : spent' m tie; ('flasitcration; of th' m, there not !' Capt. GEORGE \r CG of that place. .
Various petitions nnd resolutions!! werepiesented j 15ih day of Apiil: in each year, which pro- I q
March 2 6 I the committee Nor Beacon. :
being a quorum; pit-sent, ro>c } 4
and th' resolutions lIiili'd j by3Ir. ;: .I' .)ilioll Mr. Everett of M.isaAchuM-tts! ac- -
IN SHNATK.The :. ,.
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l the I house:: ad;' !Il'flCI.
bill j autimri/in,i.. tiuPr.si, ent to I Chanibers, di. Acting the committee o; ; ; ill ) :Jccpttd: as .\ tnodifica'inn of hi:* amendment.On I -i-1i-i.; at theMaasioni1ote1irtVahington: 00. J ;
and of the! oflie ia vaI aOaits to inquire inio tile expediency! 1 j ix SIXATE.: : the call of Ir.Vicklit e the previous i the 'Jbt March in the tiSth year of her age. Mrs, I
!'10U ( &]uij; ) a pyriion! Army 1 .
; ; A rjra n <> wn-i rtrcl\'td from the President of the CORNELIA L. RIDGLY. consort of
the. half : certain Couamodorf
j of continuing : to qtiostion was ordeied, and the main
!I L'nit r.Sal: '>, nuiexcfcu!:: ten cumpa- I pa.pl'lhOIlS {I'ni'eil :rt.I-* tiai!>niittuig the following letter ftoniJ ques- I Charier G. Kidgely ofthe Navy, aid Grand-dangif.
:: for ho L" oi! \\Vs.orniVunUer i widows and orphans; of: tlercased: : oHiiM-rs ar.dUeamen I; the ofth-j 1 | (lion, tthiciivas; the adoption! of the original of the late Chancellor of
i.e<, i -!: 'r protection: our!!! J Sccetavy: : J\i\y.; ter ; Lu'ingbton New York
M'tt'c-menS! ar.d I ;J he caravan: tr.idingsiih ; I of the Navy, was ;i.iopted with an: I[ reflation= WHS rejected upon a division, by I Colnmhian Gazette. L
j \Djp.\itrriCNX: Mnrch25:;, 1S30. : -- .
; Mexicovs H.d! a thud f time iiiuij.i'se'l. ; iiidtnent.: A repoit Was: leceived from i, | yeas; and nays, by a vote of 122 to 64.- .
'ti.o; Po.-.mastcr! Geieramade} i in compliance i- Sir ; I hare (dli: honor to transmit herewith i T! ..c remainder; of the day was devoted to BENJAMIN WRIGHT, oflers himself -
Tile bliis: fon House of
; : : iie! : Uepiei'.t'ali of Lieuts. Tatneil and
for leliel"of 1 cciliin | : with a'resobition of ibo Senate; ; giving: :no Rfjiorts I the, consideration of ih.-1 bills foi the making a.-* a Candidate to represent the C.ounty,
: \('*, tr.e : : persons Ged'lt'who sekcted make I
: I ilii: number if dismissed deputy t u Postmasters were to a survey i (JI i certain surveys, and the appropriation; bill I of Escambia: in the next Legislative.. Council. -
na\.i of theI'mied
t'1!1.Z.JPd 1 in the land}; and ser\ iC't' with view
ill the ,jifl''rellt Sat? s and Tcrriwries.11' .- of the Dry Tortugas, a to ascertain Ior the Engineer, Ordnance, and Quarter -
l :Statei.:; ;"lId to :H i horize tin; citizen 1 Its fpopsfor; Naval Rendezvous t: .
.: Smith uf Md, from the Committee on; a master's OI' )artineuts. At 5 o'clock the I JAMES\ PENDLETON is presented tc :
f the 'ieiritoiies of Aikana.ts and Florida: .
01 !and for the of tho of the
Depot t use Navy
the House the citizens ofE cambia
had br-en u-feired Candidate
which .
Finance, to resolution adjouuimed.U1N I County, as a 'i
1.1, elect Cl'l lain 4'fiur('n.'lt"tJ, read, and ortliud 1 United: Stiits.i : _
oftllc 30th December! 1S29 d'necting } to them in the
\ represent next: Legislative -
: to a :second! n.ltlill: ttre Commiltf-e to c ;into the cx- Council.
IOtjt3
yi1iefof Stephen Olnoy, the leyal ) erS'fl1L- the f.ivorabL'[ anticipation formed from the \ () \ NLW. I
: uniform We authorized
EDWARD
peuiency of establishing : currency are to announce
thus Alexander! ( 'lixton! deceased, the I pcncral examination made by Commodore
foi the United States; ,mude a which LIVINGSTON DRAKE, as a Candidatrt'o
!
t... irs of "oi. John Elli! deceased; James report Rtrdgeis, during the early part of the sums from: the Xcw Orleans Courier. I '
read and ordered to be printed. Mr. : : rcpiesent Estambia County ju the Des: .
U Smith;; Peter G.IMH-V, :Michavl: 1 Lev.is i John was nicr of 1829. Tho ship Tallahassee; arrived in our port I,
!1 White from the Committee on I Indian affaiis, left the 4th March Legislative Council. tI
H Wen-hll Thorn Charles itself icferred for having L'verpool on ,
I : ;" Whcutlry, ; I' To the report you are
to which bdd been rdcl red the several n'emojials left Ins I SAMUEL: FRY, is a Candidate for the '!
The captain having bag brought only
WillJ, r.'f r st"' ( .tlly load. the second ti the advantages which it combines. -
in relation to the! Indians ueyond the many f cb. and letters ; next Legislative Council, to represent tin I rI
of the 2Sth and
ti-ne i .uid ri'fcnvd. .Seven.! petitions, me- and offers for such a s1iton.It a paper I
: ] made a t, accompanied by I. County of Escambia.
Mississippi
reputl
outi'! be determined whether Prices Current to the day of her departure. .
nvjiiula' and i t'> ns \\i-re presented by3Ii'srx. is still, }however, to -
l Maiks and Chaintcr aiesolution, that the committee be disclrargcd of such We find nothing of much interest: in. politics
Kinir, H.inurd: : this hill bor is susceptible perfect HsiiIPMws7I
consideration: the sub
from the} further : '
'.. Tin President communicated a rejH'M defence as would justify its being selected ill the paper received, except' what follovs ;
Several bills \vcru read the second ;
the War transmit- ject. site for the to Prince Leopold was shortly to depait for
fiom at important
Secretary as a purposes '
I
time; and referred. At an early hour, the Greece tire The PEXSACOLA, April 17th.-Arrivec.
to assume
: the subject of Imlian civiliii which it has been proposed to be applied.As government.
<> > a import: on I
.*: ei.itu went into the consideration: of Executive best understanding subsisted betweon tIme Schooner Amelia, Rache, New Orleans, assorted
resolution of I has been made
i with
; )n, in compliances: a Set no regularexaminatiomi
business' and continued! in secret session and to the master. ,
,
of England France Russia, cargo
hf Senate of the 23ih! of January last. by Engineers:: competent to decide the question courts respecting .
umil the hour of 21st. U. S. Schooner Florida
adjourir'.neut.IN of the Greek Transport -
ihe future policy new
The officers who
ili. Fjelinghuyscn moved that 3CXK( copiesof J of its dcfencibilily
TilE HUUSE.I in the Baker, Tampa Bay via, Appalachicola.Passoncor .
I government. All differences English
the be for the use of the : have made the hive expressed the
printed After survey
report the of
.I presentation mnnerou petitions ; Lieut. Baker of U. S. _
cabinet seemed to 1' 1\'e ceased, and ministers Army. .' _
? lr. Grun of it is entirely defensible.
Somte, which was opposed by ly, .. Mr. McDuflie, for the reduction, at a opinion that a portion I of from T
:u.Til: the report should! have been read ; after certain period( of I the session, of ,the compensation It is very important that this! pointbe I anticipated an accession strength I i FOR SALE, I'l4

a flw rt'mlrks in reply from Mr. F. the mo- allowed to members cf Congress subjected such investigation as will a quarter hitherto violently opposed to them. I': FIRST rate Barge 23 88-95 tons, built in Co- _

tion to print was laid on the table. On was again considered, and Mr. Coulter concluded leave no doubt of the factand it is respectfully Lord Stanhope in a motion on the state of 1Jl necili County of tbe best materials, flen if. 'i, .r ,

motion of Mr. Foot, the bill! for tho relief of his remarks in opposition to it. Tho proposed, that an appropriation be asked the country, expressed his distrust in the 110- (63 feel lJreadl1! l 16 feet 4 inches, depth! 2 feet i) \ !
have the litics of .the cabinet. The emancipation of inches, will b c- sold low (or cash or an approvtu. }t
the purchasers Public! LallllVas taken up,, subject occupied the consideration of the for to enable the Executive to necessary ij
note apply ta
with the amendments of the Com- and scientific examination made under the Jews seems near its achievement, the I _
together;; Houc until the close! of the alloted hour.- I i VANBAUN& WILSON.
mittre on the Public Lands to the amendments Various private bills were read a third lime the superintell alTo of the proper De c-ihinet will neither support.nor oppose the I. FOR SALE. '
each of !.s members his j jovii f _
leaving ..
measure, '
of the House of Representatives.Afvr and passed ; and the remainder of the sitting ; partment. ": ) ;
.
amendments of It would bo difficult estimate the value free election. The Marquii of Cliavcs Schooner CUAflLEISA1): _
the to
: a brief discussion, was taken up in discussion of (he bill for I I THE John Card
the revolt she lies at Mr.
who headed against UN as now !
th_> committee were opposed by Messrs. the construction of a road from Buffalo to I of such a position foi a Naval Rendezvous two years ago is said be ner'j Ship Yard, Bayou Mulatto, said ,vessel is abou-
constitution to m.
the ,
McKintey, Kin!!, and McLean, and finally New Orleans. Mr. Wayne has tire floor i and Depot, supposing: it can be rendered entirely Portuguese had! officially lOt ton bnrthen. The Hull to be sold separate c'r
reject d. !Hendricks proposed an amendt upon the subject for to-day. ''I secure ltguinsr the attacks of a superior sal:('. The Prince of Polignac together; with the cables, anchors, sails, rigging, :au..

)ent, which xvas also rejected, and the IN SLXATE. maritime foe ; perhaps no situation on all I announced the blockade of Algiers to the a large inveutory i>f furniture.ALSO1.
'
amendments were then concurred in. The March 30. I lour Southern coasts promises to afford the foreign ministers at ans. The expeditionwas ,

Wl from the Judiciaiy Con niitte, to reor- This day was occupied piiucipally: in a debate same important advantages. lo sail between the 1st and 15th of May.. The Sloop PHJ1BE: : : about 30 tons( bU11 withc.B7well .:. .. -
amendment Mr. It be give safety to the The Globe a Paris paper was prosecuted known in the brick. trade, welT'found: .
ftinize the Attorney General's Department on an proposed by might (expected furniture. Th' veaael: w; 'p
Franco andtho i I and
and make it an executive office, was advocated White to a motion of Mr. Freehngbuysen, to great and growing; commercial interests of for an article 1830.entitled" bles.bailiin anchors the bay of ship Mobile, ofthe best of materia-" ; 4

by Mr Rowan, and opposed by Mr. print 3000 copies!: of tho report of the Secretary the States in the valley of the Mississippi, Bourbons in 3rd Jfarch, 1830.. I and carries bout 12,000 bricks., ', _

Webster, who preferred a Home Department at War On the subject of Indian civilization and contiguous thor.elo.In.fime : LIVERPOOL, I The sails, raping. &c.can beseenattherabsc.,
the
GC1'\TLEMEN-Since our of the and if not sold .wlth the ressel > w.
the of of it would afford a place of respect ber's store,
\ to the contemplated by the bill. ; and the progress of arts agri- war
ono
27th ult. the demand for cotton has continued r be sold in lots to sit -
It t was laid on the table, and made the spe- culture manufactures :and: commerce, amongour security to the merchantmen of all tho States the sales have 3000 pnreiiaer.N.. II. Allen, .. _
'ial order of the day for Mondayvcek next. ludian tribes during the last eight years. I 1:0 retire horn the pursuit of an enemy and unabated ; exceetle4 I 'Br/JtJJ1t. and a''
L.
the full of last Edward
bales day, af prices ; for
Agent
and relief
flic Senate then proceeded to the considera- Mr. While's motion was to and two letters at all times a place a refuge vessels per I Brown j'
further"eek'I Thomas Jtfenon
trf)11 of Executive business ; after which, itdlun from Caleb Starr amid Abm. A. Heard of 1 I in disties i until! they cculd! b* refitted we vance: cannot-tho however market report is firm any for all 'I <-n sacola: 20th 1830-- -tf. _

: 'd over to Monday next. a Tennessee, to the HOB. Prvor Lee, on tho for sea. I
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w JPm 1 alt Y i iVOTICE Notice, I is r ), 1 j I Wotice.

flat 3, I shall apply,* TO all whom it ina ,concern that Mariane | I'f flub criber intends leasing this

.. From BUckwood'3 Magazine. T: : HE Undersigned has constituted and appointed SIX Justice of the County |published& n i a fay last is dead Will ,and al'fpr Testament having duly, wherein made and she T North all on the 1st indebted pf May next ; and place on.'e for more ti.t:

DREAMS. ADAM GORDON Es q. Court of Escambia County, for letters of i appointed the subscriber Executor, who has qualie requests persona to the late firm of!

t, Oh there i ia a dream of early youth, Administration on the estate of i bed and taken upon himself the execution thereof. Ilaines & Gates,

J. And never comes again; Attorney at Law, Juan Fernandez Deceased 'I All persons indebted :o the estate are requested to or to himself, (whose notes or accounts have: become
make
immediate payment and those to whom the
!. 'Tis a vision of light, of life and truth, AND estate is indebtcdlo their claims for due) to make immediate payment. "hose110 do
present pay- not avail themselves
of this
Manuel Gonzalez notice,
must
That flit- across: the brain ; i meat within the time prescribed by Law not complain -
N. S. P.tR his and if find their
>tftNTiER Esq., Agents they accounts i in the hands
And love is the thence of that early dream Pensacola, Alarch6th, 1830-2-if i I JOHN DE LA RUA. I Attorney for collection.! of an
Attorneys in fact in this place. .
So wild, so warm, PO new, Executor. Samuel Gates.

That all our after years I dl eni, W. Ilasell Hunt. Public Notice PenRacolaOctober fnhlS29. Pengacola,March 15,1830: -:3-tf.

That early ilrcum we rue. Pcnsacola, 1st February, lO?: -50-(;im "
I IS HEREBY GIVEN, I! A FRESH SUPPLY i i i"i NO'rICE. b
Territory of Florida JosrphY. Crnzat: )\ THAT this, suit hns been '
Oh there is a dream of maturcr years, I t.'s. insiilinccl by attachment in OF Fashionable SUMMER( CI.Ol1I1Nn, jus \mil. E Subscriber ruUicIy notifies all persons
Western District Court arrived, and for sate the vJ that he is the sole proprieloi and lawful
More turbulent by far; Superior : Carlos DC VtilUrs, the Superior Court E ;cnm.1dmmi..tratnr by UndersignedCONSISTING ownerof

,. 'T i a vision of blood, sail of woman's tear*, Jackson. .. of J bia County. Tile defendant OF near a certain the mouth Wharf al'Bayou and Carpenters'Mulatto Shop, situated.
Carlos DC I'illitrs. and all oilier interested I 'gt'thf'r.Ih all
For the theme of that dream is war; DEC. TERM 1829. are hereby required to appear, persons and plead to- Black, Hro\vnand Green Bomhazecn I I I j t the budding material in said Shop, and an unfinished .

And we toil in the Acid of danger and death, Jonathan Brantley ) this declaration. I. Goatees and Frock Coats, ': v'snllying at said wharf And, he hereby

And shout in the battle array, r* V IN CHANCERY.Ara Angola, Ciicassian, and Trench Linen do. with a warns all person against{ buying from John;

Till we find that fame is n bodyless:;breath; N Brantliy.An Application) for n Divorce. I Public Notice 'I variety of I mentioned Gardner or property.Jeremiah any other. individual any of the above

That vanishfith a\vny. appearing to the sal i:,ftction of the Court that ; IS HKREJIY GIVEN, I JACKETS.; R. II. Smith.
the defendant resides: out of the Territory It is Prdro 1 April 1st, 1R.10: -5-3t.
Oh! there Is a dream of hoary ago, therefore ordered, that this case be set for hearing at rs.Sans 1}I toted THAT by attachment this suit has in hrenin the -ti- :Fine, plain, and frilled linen shirts ; Black Ifnliiin -
the next of this i Supe cravats and stocks ; silk pocket handkerchief,
term Court.It
'Tis vision of in 1 '
a gold store- Teresa lint, nor Court, Eseanibia County- Tax
i3 further ordered that, of this order he t silk and cotton Hosiery ; black horse-skin Heaver Collector'stale.
a ,
copy
Of taunts noted do vn on the figured page, published in some! one of authorized newtpapersofthid Lorenzo Bni and j The Defendant and all other per- and linen gloves ; silk, cotton nnd worsted sns
.
To be counted o'er and o'er; Territory, for three months succrsMvel; }'. I I f'illl"7rn Jiru.and j !iCU s interested are hereby required panders\ ; black, white and seal hats, of fine qiiili-
to plead to the Declaration.Peuii.icola. .
And in dust. appear es, nad latest fashion, with a general supp'v of .
we fondly trust our glittering Kobt. A. Lott, Oct :fFree( ,.h, 1S'-39tt:) i

As a refuge from grief and pain, CM46 ; BOOTS I SOLD

Till our limbs are laid on that last dark bed, i I On the 3rd
>Vher the wealth of the world is vain. -131, School I iiI: .dii AND iI r ..4iiSlIOES Saturday in April

I ,$-c. A T the Court House door of the countv

$30 Reward. LOTTER of Jackson, in the Town of Mariunni.;;
And it is thus, from man'fl birth to his grave- J. O'Neill.
pursuant: to the Revenue Law of 1828
-. In the (path which all are treading! DESERTED from this Post, on the 19th inst. FIFTH CLASS, Pen ncola May 12th, lP'29.-14tf. following property, fur cash. the
Is there nought in that long career to save I -
From remorse and upbraiding ? To be drawn in the City of New i; I 80 Acres of Land lying in said County,

O yes, there's a dream so pure, BO bright, John Fuller, Orleans, 13th February, 1830. I j Notice. to s-itisfy on Amos the waters Chipola i levied upon I ;

That the being to whom it is given, of Marines, about 22 j cars of age. 5 feet 7 inches: !: AII, persons interested in the Estate of John : l\yco'k's taxes due 30( cents.
IIath bathed in a sea of li\ing light- high hazel eyes, sandy hair anti) fair complexion, : J. R. DEATITT, G. FILIUOL, AND It. F j! : deceased, arp heieby notified that the 1 4Jffa( Acres of Land lying in ,. 'l'
and by occupation previous to enlistment a Bind l\cGUIRE] Managers. j L'ndersigned Cleik of the t'uUl1lv Court will ex- J County on the waters of Chi pol a,
And the theme of that dream i is Heaven.
smith Whop\cr will apprehend the said Fuller, 'j I officio niliniHtster\ on said Estnte t : .pursuant to an ,' Ivied! +upon to satisfY John (,larks's Taxes
and deliver him at .this, or any other -'lnrme Sta 33 ITOIHEBEXIS. I order of the Hon. the Presiding! lad,,' ot the ) ',
due
$0,82: also
TO SPAIN. tion in the United Status, shall receive the above Five Ballots to be drawn. County Court, all persons having nuy demands! ; : j cents : ,
reward. 'I agaiiiit Laid Estate wi ijl l present them uithoiit 1 GO Acres of Land lying! in said,
ST JOHN< MALCOLM, f.SQ. G. F. Lindsay SCHEME. delay County, on the waters of Chipo-
Dark an J mournful IP thy story, I II. G. Ramsav. laevied!
Lt. Commanding 1 Pii/ce of 15,000 is $15,00; ( | *. upon to satisfy: John V.Campbell'sTaxes ,
Land of love and chivalry I
MARINE DEPOT 1 5,000 5,000 Clerk. clue $4,20 cents : also,

Late.won laurels: dear-l! "ught glory, P.tnsacola, F. January, 21st. 1830. 1 3,000 3,000( I Walton County, October 16lh, 16:)- 3Stf. 1 Leo Acres of Land in siid County

Faded all away from thee. 1 2,000 2,000 lying on the waters of A pal::d;_

Notice. 1 1,800 1,800: NOTICE. colalevied upon to satisfy Benjamin 1'osgaes

It was not thus in :lgc'ani: h 11, i IGOI() 1)4()( ; -Hr.r Undersigned: lids received instructions to I Taxes due $..r tU cents also,

Wlion thy mighty warrior IIUMI A GREEAULi to an order of the County: F 3 1,000 (ti.OO'jif i.{) i I prcvent or punish the rutting of valuabletimber i iI 1 tO Acres of Land, laying in said
.ill
ill j
Court l be sold
*\ at Public Auction. OJI the
Vanquished s-invalert'' bjni-hcil: lit of Mty :500; ( 3,000) upon the Public Lands. These instruc-! I county on spring! creek, (lev'icd upon
I lions extend not only to Live Oak and Cedar bute'
Smote the Moor and Saracen.) A DWELLING HOUSE:.., It 12, BOO 3COO1) ( I I Timber of ever}' description taken fioin the Pub to satisfy: Benj. Hays, Taxes due $1U,'t2-
'
Th*' property dfJatnes Parkei, deceased!: n. 100 3JtI, ()( : lie Land forhe par pose of Shipping, for the use I! cents : also,
O'er the Fyrennerm pouring, Tcnusjuf; Suit', CASH. 70 11,7(50 J { ( of Saw Mills ?:..." It into be understood howevei SO Acres of Land in said county, T. 6,

Armies warred with the in \ain- Jumcs Finlay 30 500, I i that the instructions do not applj to timber used foi R. 11, adjoining A Foster, levied

Now to crafty priesthood omvcrii.r: : Administrator. 1.M4; 10 13,4> ,10 'fuel! or for plantation! purposes.Benj. upon to satisfy a balance due Qn Robert

Thou must wear a iotir! : J's chain; March: Jut, 1830.2-..R*. 11,3-10 I : () j :jG,7.0( ) D. Wright, Jones' taxes uf .si. ,15 cents: also,

-- U. S. Attorney. 1 $ (fe Acres of land in said county .:.d-
.. I } 1'cn>:ncola, 7th/:\'nv. 1B28-3< f. U X Muntfoid levied
Dragged;' ; from thrieking wiveV cmbracox, Notice.Territory 13,0-SO PriM's, nmotintinir! to ;sio,9-$4 i :; $ j i ', joining upon to
Price of Tickets i j satisfy! J. C. Lester's taxes due $1,31 cts.
Whole s.;>. Halves} !
Victims of hi*demon will- f
of Florida, |i I I'I
Hugh Cascty, Complainant, 1j
Warrior-iomod l bef re their faces, J.scilmMa County.INJAMK S $::2)0.: Quarters S 1,2:'. ParLi-!'(,s of II i j -1-s. I:;. CIIAXCT.RT. I 1 j also,

Bathe the block-the dungeons fill. : }\ JGI'!HNAGAN having applycd 14''role'I'irltl ts :.:", warranted to draw S.';>. I I \II'Il.\! : Lewi*, Deft ts. ) I' S 0 Acres of land in, )Bald i county on Cbi-

to piove' u iuinctipili\ will of the lute John Packages of Hahcs: : and Quarters in the; i iNamepiopnrtion. j g'J' appp-uiriff to the Court that the Di'fi'ml.inN: are : polo, levied upon to satisfy John Me.Cornrick's .
Caulry, of aid county, deceased! s taxes due 81,0.I )) cts. : also
; j not rc-iJents of this District and they having ,
Seek thy son the eagle rvrio, Ordered. J l'OK SAL BYJ.Ianforth I I I l"iiil"ftll\ answer tho bill of romphint in this cae-itj I 40 Acres of laud in said county on

''He! Siorra'd: lonclv ploom, ? That Patuid.iy; the 17ih day of April] next, at ] A j tl'frflori' ordered, that unlo",- the >aul I Itch-nrlants tIe Waters of Chipola, to wtMysame1 ;;
Frerdjm gilJs the desert drrtlr)', o'clock, .\. M. be appoii'ttd; to prose the:<< ;:one, Slavery makes all earth a tomb. at i the house Jtiiiifs Spilliiian, in |-lnii. ill'l, uhete. I One door :earth of the Po Lt. Ollke ant 1';i' n<'. t. and aii'"v'r the roinpl, ,linant's bill! h..rein, the ; $ cts : ,
all will ht taken f.ir; inficd th alll\I! 9 Aries of land in v.iid county, on
person! ; iniuic-ii-il, ran pif.ir( cud how (ity; Ilotrl, Mobile.: } -:1111"' f( nirm.-t m
cause, if any they have, wl'J"t\ : \.ill stioiild l not Tickets i I the niattff- tIC'rc'! fd'rf'pd ...-(.cordiu! !.'!h'. And\ it isfurther I Jl H.JP JS' jy creek, levied upon to sitisv ; -
for sale all tilt
1 in Current Lotteries.
Still to tyrantfs terror peaVmg.Hf l h.. adiniiKd to prohate, and hat This artistr) hepuUMndin ; ordered. that a ropy oft his ordft! be publishedin .' I Thomas (;(llf's taxr-idiic 83,7:> ('ts. : nkn
I All orders from a distance. en.rlosin"r ,! of thi-, District fur 'fourHKiiill.s
I 1 the I'cnsacola latr; -ttP, slidcrVCd" on : :Collie piiliho tifvv-papi :
Acres S. 5T.
'e where Zarapoza Jics- t1f. bfinirJ: plin S. 5
I the iitr.rrst iclatioiis l k nown. I CASH, or Pi-hfi 1'ir&'rts, will hr "ii.-ndoJ: I :: ; "Iu"'c.-i\'f.h'.oun' \\crk.: I 'I \tD O
E'en in desolation\ roelcingYorth } I !! A from the minute.. It !), ,,0 satisfy; ( : Jjhu; .SCUrCh'k'S
true ropy !
I adduced
Timothy I) Twilcliel I 1 to, to J. ]DANFORTII, Mo-
a thousand \ictorics.! i S. nil VAN, Oed taxes duo 81:20: CIS. : ilso, I ,
P. .7. C. C. \ bile .Ml-.uni.: :: ; I :Mar'nii'i. Jack! '\'. H. I" .
+ County g Jf A rfc Acies uf land ly im1!! said: countvH
i JVii'acoLi! FehOh!' : I. i iSO..-;"VJ-tf !I! 9lrhilr.lnnr; : +ly :2:>th, IS.iO.; -50-tf -'Iart'lt; i.llIl. t-3i.: {U .
When > freedom deemed 1 II ( 1ifJh, to \\ .
on .satisfy
o r dnperte I ,., ; : Spears
I ------ Tl''tJJ..Iti! !: ;; 11.! ('ti'nnfs! Attorney. j jNOTICE.
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np"pClt'f'n ('ancr <-'rIOI'd! to I'11ilt.- ------ !. Ji r's taxes due ;?210 < ts.: nl-o.
:, '\'rll: The 'iVrntory t of Florida.
PItcrtlix-like, her spirit tartrd, I I csironDistrict :. :I ?*so. 142 in the Town of 1'fari ; -

From the blazing funeral jilt, lo iNanry Bruntlcy* dolondnut in ni I i 1 ) : ( Superior> Court, City ofT : SIIIr""lilt'r 'brlIn"nr"IY rxceutnrcf the!; |I 1 L o t ;>.nna;,, in said, < oiiiry, levin

I :suit; 111 /.*.i.aHCl'r)', depending! ml!I IeJl a"o In. : rlll1l- YnigCl 1:1r'; 'i"J; rt-,:lest ..hosp110! have I! |upon to satisfy \V. Smith's taxes due 43 teats:

Vet awake from lion slumber, churns) a iiinst tl>f> sail es ate! In present their ill"i j i also. ,
the Jackson
I Superior Court i ('(IIK'M/ai/ Jilt! Ji ccintii lS29. the
r and those Itfpt.tpd| to
I counts ti.r ment
Echoed back thv shout hnll bf, i j i pay : I Q Acres of}land, on the wntr-rs (I.f "In-. ,
Florida. settle witl.in tilsltnJlC' t 1h'1:1.rTOiIO". (?
William same: to \ :
A. Hell!, hi-balf
Till from every land we nmnbnr, 1 on I I : rOLe poI and GZ TE 31C: 1J; it. !'Icj ;
:NOTICE, that I shall on tlw first Mutt of LOliHI! : ; ;lII:1III, I
Penis the knell of sbviory, TAKE I 1 j Town of JNIarianna :adjoining a pait of the
1 .\ in thi pre.--ant tear :it C.u:ton in \ > In Chancery.John ncotOctohPT 14. Ir'tl--3itf.
-Y.M.: 1 Wilcwk\ County, Ahdrima. proreod! to take the Davis, (;I'uhtiel Tuir, -- Store house lot of le\nidLff,!! and Norland,
I d! 'oaitinus ol'licorClu is+inl and Ellen I'u i.'r. J j No. known levied L. 31.
From the New-1'1nk rt lti'rigltt Hic:;. .ff'oe: ? I Jotiee. not upon to satisfy
Enquirer.
SERMON FOR ISAC1I CLOUS.: i j'! !Hicp, Aaron Li\'iiltoU; ,; Ji ";ima >Ioau J.iiui-i; And now, to \\if. on Weuucsilny( the tiitilh I Stones' taxes due $10,1)7 (.('tlts : also,
Hattcll.! Daniel Hony, CliarN-s (ice, Tauter; Mc.Mil- pj IX v/pojc* nfter ,late! I -n..ll! to the i iI
;; : apply press! adjoining
}h'lid
of the
in the Acres
of
The Hartford Mirror ..1 Ian. and from (Jayol'Dfri'inbcr. year our Lot d UIIU H li ; on ChipoIa -
contains a lay sermon i .1c continue d.ito day until: tIle tame for the special benefit of the Buctielors.: I complete ; to be sad! as rvuk'iiMj: : :in the suit depending thousand eight hundred nnd twenw nine, !j, County, for Letterof Administration on the I:: t.fl' Mandell; } and others in sai'i\ 'i

Cluh, founded on the following text; : as abnvi-, herein 1 ;am complainant, and] appears licfoic 1 the Superior Court ;)\Wst !I of MICHAEL llnwsov, dace.iid.L. county, l levied, upon to satisfy Richard II.

}Oil arc defendant. Florid.i, in chancery Milling!, the said Complainant M. tOllC.Tl1l1alrt9Rf'e Long's taxes due $6,73: cents : also, ;
Given under Irnul
thiN of
hzd called 1630.
Rclicca my : ,
: they and said
her lentoij'f Jonathan Lra ; and! it appearing; to the Court that I 2d l1'ovemer,1, H+-1 l'2tf. jfa Acru of)land in said county on Sprint
will thou go with this man, and she said ; ntlcy... tliR tle, aid Louisa (Uiatiutn+ claims to be a Creek, lying \\.1 S. 14-.4 Sec. 1,

I trill go.-Genesis c. 23, v. 48. i February 20t) li-52-If free woman of colour, and that she has lice I Notice to Brick T. G, R. 1'r levied upon to satisfy James

In those times, ceremony, formality, sijjhin Territory of Florida erroneously called. Eliza Jane and states that I Wehh'staxe"('" due 7,30 rents : also,

'- nd sentiments were Jilto 'ether. unknown. Western District, Superior Court she was brought to Pensacola by tIle said Makers. OTvTS: :Z ZL: LD TAEi27, on

Rebecca was a sensible: l: anfljltlUpNI at. Escambia John Davis, and that she was born in Camden the monday following in the Town of\\ ebb-

the first good ofler. \\'u would have pickc'd County. in the Stale of South Carolina, and A Market will Itc opined at St. Rosa \illo, levied upon/I as the property of J".lItl' ,

out a hotter text to preach fioni for the honOrable : FALL TERM 1829. i raised by the Rev Isaac Smith, ho now resides Isla'lldin which I Marshall to satisfy his taxes due 3i .ST- cts.Anclrcup :!!

+ and venerable fraternity, viz I Public NoticeIs dii Pearl River ; and it alse appealing f*'. Mays,

I "Jacob kissed Rachel," t that (he said John Davis is not found within 8,000,000I Tar Collector, J. C.

That: is something l substantial for Bachelors Hereby Given this District, and that the said Gabriel Tunr 17 or Jac sort County, Dec. 24 I, 1520.-l 17tJJCLOTHI ;

James } I! and Ellen Foster disclaim all -merest! in this Of BRICKS
) to say grace over, thc other text was Quin, THAT thissuit ha' been iii' I ,
rs Sstituted by utt.-irhmciit; in the matter : it is ordered that public notice be
for the benefit of Rebecca altogether.Jacoh I'llliam O'Mcara\ ) Supciior Court, I OcainhiaCounty. : I published in the PonsacoJa Gazette, once a may be disposed of fur the trop of the frtifj- G9

"\ kissed Rachel, The Defndant and all other per-ons: intere I week for the of months ration,'ing the year 1830.TIIK .
: pilar hereby reqqired tn and plead t to I' space two citing and Bricks he !le titan! HATS BOOTS AM) SIIOES.f .
And lifted his voice and ajipear :size of the must not up wept. the Decl.iration. admonishing+ the said John Davis find all
1 ( ;, inchr-, nor more than tiniucpo( :;. 11ns
II jw pathetic. The, fact is, time and Pensacola January Pth, 1R30-,JG-KU. other persons interested or elaimiug( (to be variation in the size i is: allowed, in consult, ration 1 o O'N'EILLlIt

fashion make strange inroads upon interested in the said Louisa I3ranim: alias 5'' the unequal shrinkage of the clay in burning and elri )'- AS just! received a fasliicnible; assortment rr

; nature. Hero was Jacob scouring poorhimnn Samuel Gates Eliza Jane, to bo .nd appear' before tbe ', ink; it. It i is desirable, however that the itqniredthickness Winter and Spring
(2 1-4 inches) should be produced as nearly -
the to look for wife and Court at the next term thereof, to b? holrienflt .'
a fine
country on a J as,! possible. @lli@ Uil[! f 1
tM t sunny day, in the valley of Pandan&ram Keeps constantly on hand a choice the Court House in time City of lensacoa!; j The Brick; when offered for sale will be inspect

t he saw her at a distance drawing water from selection of on. the first Monday of May next, to interpose ;I ed, and received, if found to be of. a: quality Miir.iblcto ; !which hi oflerR for sale low fur Cash

a well, being barefoot; and without ceremony their) rhim to the said coloured woman, the construction: of the Public 11 .ork.lll.I1CHr! AMONG WHICH ARE;
GROCERIES.consisting results in the of of
and to the an inspection rejection a cargo Black, blue brown and olive dress and frock
bill
he ran towards'her and in the answer to of complaint I herein
languageof Bricks, no part of the cargo idll be rccdrcd ; but the
fine cloth
the good book, he, "kissed herr and lifted ofSuperior filed.A. whole will be scjit back to the owner" pei

l. up 1)i9 eyes and wept." We have no ncouut Liquors, true copy from the Recor.l. The market will be closed on the 31st of Deceinlier. COATSBang &. ANTAI.OO1\TS

that Rachel boxed : or as much sooner as the required snpj'Iy} may be cord, casiinef, drilHng? and c ircuiall, &W
his for hi rudeness W. up
ears !* Teas Ilasell Hunt i i
furnished, of which due notice will be pixeu.
as in these days of simplicity and innocence, Sugars Clerk Sitpr. Court. West Florida. I i Payments on Bricks delivered' : will be madt* VESTS

would have been done, particularly in 'good I whenever demanded ; but it would be more cott\e- Mack and figured !silk velvet, valrnlis: toil
"
society.' The truth is, wo are too refined i in Spices, ascot that !settlement should be made at the exjurationof ; act plain, fan y and plain silk, blue and Hack cloth

our notions to take patterns from the rustic Fresh Floar, Notice. I each month ; or, of each quarter terminating Wish n \-niiciy ofROUND '
spectively on the 31st of March. SOth June,
( simplicity of our first parents ; and our wives I&c. &c. A I.L persons indebted l l to the PENSACOLA'GAZETTE :September, and the 31st December.. re-I JACKETS,

would never call their husbands 'My Lord Which he offer for sale on the most accommodating OFFICE for subscription, Ad- ,: The sum of nine dollars!: will be paid for
,; and wait until they had dined as our mothers terms. Also, a Htiiall invoice of i vertisinp immediate Hud lob ruining, ate requested to make i ii thousand bricks delivered at St. Rosa' Wand underthe Fine frilled and plain Irish linen

E r did of yore. } \1l.l. l'fU ltE". pavneitJanuary iSlli 1B30. conditions stated. Chase SHlnTS :
r f. Wm. H.
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Ie: (- -_' consisting of duck, check; cotton and Cannel do.
I .1 NOTIC William Drummond, ) Cajt. Corps Engineers.
Fancy dhairs 15 \ St. RO Island, March 15th, 1830.-3--tf DRAWERS
1 t 8 IX weeks after date, (u one of the large cre I Ilmpy Dai is. \ ..L.
: ditor,) I hall apply to the Hon. Judge of the Ladies Work Stands, Black Italian silk CRAVATS,
Court of Jackson SN this ease: a \Vritol' Attachment hoi issue! and fancy do.
ii County County, for letters of Ad- BL.ANKSOf plain
t /hi nirt ration, ftnlheettatt of Seth 8. Langaton de- ,Dining Tables, iclnrntibfe t !
gassed. Bureaus &c. County. Said Davis and mil others interest. and Caps,
m &c. til I description iient 1 I penders.llata
mf f -XlfpMAS OR I.\N. I At.the New York prices, to closo a Coasiffumcnt.March Urclaration.HIJ- hereby notified to app or8nd plead to I the e1 :' With; Domestic and Piece Gootl
TVobbTill9,Al'til8tb, 1W&t : 15 1830+ cute at ifile !
I 3 -tf Match 12tht,163V-2-6t .I e e. rtf\t"o1"I't'brutf: 7,3S29.-t'] ,

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