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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: May 8, 1830
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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.
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.-VII' .- I'ENSACOLA, SATURDAY MAY 8th. 1830. No. 10

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oar ----- between= I i Q, 2. Were not the Stale Bank ludtbted to tho J |j |J1"l lGoTernmenl
lotted that the is in the the whole the of the state ins ol quoting; exchange JU England[ at ,
PRINTED wKKKi.v.ur 1 1i 1nnOI'JIJ t country enjoyment out country, notes 8 and in large aunts, which they could not '
91"r cent premium.
i ol( t an uniform national currency, not only w '!: banks are equal to gold or silver. The co u- It wou-.d: t lead the committee too far from its pl"- taterutid in sound currency 1fso to .hat amount i I \

: D. MOO.U:, :sound and uniform in itself; and; perfectlyndaptcd | mittce do not mean to :say that there may, not s-it pnr, nose to explain thht the oii>inal estimate of' And did not the Bank in many instances assume i J?

FOR. Tin: PHOPItIf.TOIt, : to all the purposes of the Governruent be too many' banks! or that, insolvencies: do the American dollar as being woith fowr shalilltsand those debts, and pay' them in sound currency (if ; I, ?;['
those Banks un
? and
what amount ) indulge
sixpi nee, and thatK-ielore/ the English! pound so, to
and the rommunitv, but n.ore souwdV not occasionally OITI.J' among ti'em ; but as it convenient lor them to py7 and did net 1 it ?
I teiling worth four dollars and forty-four Cf'IIIS, til was {
PuVi\\s\\ey \.\\c lAs : and uniform linn) that possessed by anv other .I every b; nk I tarnish I desiies to maintain its is whi Hy erroneous and occasions a constant niis- the Bank loose money by such indulgence. ; l I

country. The importance:I of this truth; will j.character must be reiidy; to make settlements apprehension of the re.l state of our intel course A. In the year 181? and 1818 the Government j j"

or THE i! justify! the committee in staling sonic detailsto : with the Bank of th United' States: as tie \viihGrratUritHin '1 hr! Spanish dollar has not, transferred to the br.nk at Philadelphia from the j i I \il\! ;''.

STATES ii.r a (nniury bt'NweJrlh tour and sixpence : the Stale institutions! 7.472.419tfollllu 87centSehich j j J
UNITED establish; it. I agents ol toyti'itIncnl" ; or be iininediately ;
American dollar never was ; and whatever artifi- was cashed, and 3,336.t191 dollars 87 cents efspe- j I' kj '

AND or mr. I The currenry of the United! States; the : disrreiired.: ::ntl( must therefore: keep its ci.il \ :Ii"f' 111ft y a!'*ign to out ccius, is wLolly\ un- cial dcposite, to be collected: by the bank making '

only legal currency. is gold! and :.silver. ..111debts 1 rote's eq! >\:11: ") gold or silver, theio r.iii belittle HI ailing to them in the crucibles! of London or Paris 10,609.1<< dollars 54 cents. The loss sustained Hy 'e

TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. to the Government, and all debts to danger to (the .' ":iimunity, while the According to the laes! accounts from Lon- the bank, 1 cannot estimate. I should willingly ?':.

dr.n, nt the close of December IIIt! the Spanish comprcniise for a loss of nly} 200.000. 1.
iFR' j individuals: bointj received in that medium, } 5 iss'cs: of the l banks;; ;arc restrained, from tunning -
Elt.ltcS. dollr.r, lush ad of bring worth it ur shilling and o 3 this the ank at any :ime oppressed any t:
; and,] in no thor. As+ litnvrver, the; amountof to excels by the :s-'furary: control of the. 'l' lice }>r 54 iencr, was north only 41' $ PPi.ct ; of the state: bank? '

r DOLLARS per annum, in advanro paynj. coin requisite for thes W purposes would be B.ink. of the United ?C ";;, whose own ci.cul.llill1 the Aiueiican dollar act i. o.' ...,.- Ann "|i par t''lIf. A. Never. There! are vrj- f.w KnL Watch; M

def'rred frix month, SIX DOLLARS( teal II) that to prm'! .ce t n"' ln.rticd? tim s four
>n' '* + tied ; of
is exertion
unmanageable; and inconvenient, the United extremely In/It'rl1e< : con : might not Lace been destroyed by an
.. !o "* no 10 En-
.11.d ixjlfn/ itvou ''if ntn cay
.
wi'i;! l-c r.vjtiirctl.ffj States, like other commercial countiies, have; 'wish i:! the annul:: outs c'Jpt.il.t t :1crat'liin! ly land 111'( if)0) I!.' ;:. !', but ICU 1-16 Spanish ut"liars, the power of the uank. None have ever been injured. ,
taTe
\\.U.>rti e.niTiN; in .c.t" : '-*on :picnony; ] at ONF adopted the j.ystem of making credit supply: tilt I ( ; 1 fact i is: lint the genera credit of the h;:nk or 1O9 141: tl.tL'niieil i-'atis d{. I'ars. It to this Many have been saved. And more j

DOLLAR( for even fourlin'M lins o r loss, for many of the uses: of coin ; and numeionsbanking is good, and that ihrSr poer J!; is always; convertible heaiMrd: the rxpenj.rs nnd c'n.irgis of sending the been that they, and ate are solvent constantly, but relieved are suffering, when under it is found temporary ;,.1,
will
the! fir :t ia ertion, and FIFTY CENT v for rarl> : and for all )local monry and C'-nNerijrg it into I nj'.ijh! : gold, it i
il\'tr
companies: have been eMabli<}hed, : into r.l or the real difficulty. i
ill that 111 I i... at ti.i ummriit,
onTut1l-1'm; ,pr n""c: 1'I:,,:'! rot"; ,; co.-t I ; so I
: !' notes promising! to nav on demand.f !. }purposes forms!!:; a local; currency iquivdintto I-.i' of exclir e furl wee II the Unit d States Mid Q 4. \Vl.en: a state bank becomes indebted lo

=-- ---"- ':' -- ---- -- !cold( and silver. Th Government of the t!: golii :and.iivei.! T lice is, howrvc, juperadded ? upland: ::: I If, therefoir! a bill at sight. can be procutei the bank to an improper extent, what course OO .

N1&TECNrLTia2ZNCY.. I United States has established: :; one of a yinil-! }! : to this; currencj, a'g-jneral CHI' t'n- ;fur Use il.an this: still, or n (bill; at sixty tias inn pursue? Do you let them go beyond a certain ; P i'

___ I I iluable lin /'!W t ent. !I. > <. s:'y 110 j.er cent, i it is cheap amount:: and what is that amount ,
lar character ; and for the' coiuernence of cy more; known, more Jris-ied, ;and more( \.; (pr
hast
who
SENATE OFTHi: l'NITEDS'I'A'CES'Istc : t r !h. n Nen-J'.r.r: ; t-'l" ''i ; (Jjtt i is ?o say : !Ip' Is the State banks
the community the public revenue is collected than the: lord which i i" employed \,111-1 hase bill: on A The great object to keep
j currency !ilv to nd to I IL:. jr.iid! ran \ ;?
r s< : make them their
: wi-lair limits to shape
1830.jMr.
n :-2'J: : in got \ and silver, the notes of tits } in the) exchanges between diUt-icnt hoi riPIi' lot a ji'l"cr &.tin'unl than he wowM' yet it l.usinrss proper according lo; their means. For this purr i if 1 1pose j ,

Smith, ol'.Mil. mothefullu\ving;! ] Bank of the United' Stae anti the notes of- parts of the country. These; are the ntc4of ; h. >; IPilt'tllhc siUei j\\-r..f, and oi( ceui>f exchange they are called on to settle : never forced to 'r :-r

KKL'OKT. such solvent State banks, as' the Bank! of, the national bank. These notes arc. re- w..ild be in J.nor of the Uum 1 S'atrc against less rate hog. '\ pay specie, if it can be avoided but payment is It* i t.
;Vets h bills!: be bought at a !
tau d. sot i an lie Et
ConimifJoc on Fin/mcc to which was the nine Urn in their bills of exchange, or suffered to occasionally
The i the United States: and its branches} trill re- ceivable for the Go\ernmcnt by than tint tn ctorv city in the ..
more ono ;
l-.y round
par )
turn no I
until the hank can ;
ret ..d; -i icsol.ttion: of tht JOth DcccniUT ;I ceivo as cash. I j ji I Ii thousand receivers scattered throughout every Grated: hta'.es.Tliii : i.llno'mt.r. debt i is fixed, because the principle we i' ;.:

1SJS: IIi (' 'iln,
qm; t. into dw cNpuilirnry! of cstahlishingnn ; St.'tes::! in its relation to the Government of in the course of business, paid in gold ntlsllccr irn\ I If t lit-Lank" n'I''s.f .ihe ci.ui tiy; wcio nol ready to ptoride for its notes. !, :''

unilunn N. tion=il fur the UntoJ ; I I ( :; 1 ID :pct| ii-, !oJ"' cit' would be at i pirtniiim t .t
{11
Currency ;- I' ; though they are not legally tir 71C''s-/ drafts of the branches, f.
the United States, consists: oi'Fold and silver, v. ;iiicl it 1111I.. It: It. i is at pit-Hilt I It t the nil I.-ncwf \ Q f. If you give on aay f 'a}:

:SMIO:; '', :Intlue branch to another, or on?the mother i 11,;l lA ;\ 1

Shinto! i'! 'it't( : the inq liry \\hich: naturally i presents; itself : crcry section nf.the Union. I In all commer- 1J1..i'! ; 10 {.iidtirr an equal amt ui't uf Cuiu in another bank what is the commission charged L

Th-ii nothing short of the imperative order is whether this mixed mass! of : cial places they are received, in all transactions I: : ccuiiiiy, '' ': .' tlit-jc Lank notr do i.ot ciicu- The charge for drafts is less than the transportation .. >>

of tho Senate: could! induce the committee currencyi without reduction in value, and: j jate. But i1, _as i is lhrr; >e at {'t'a'ut' the bank of specif. I send a detailed statement onthis ,;;1
for all the any
i is !sound and uniform practical i iii-trs hitc (.'tiM'itible into !s'tCiC ; if \t.u can buyj )point.Q .
to enter on a suhjoct: so rounded \vitlidifuruhv. ami the trade lIt'vert under circumstances: does the ,. h l hi with !sitter .r
of the Government, : j with bad;; atoa: ns rut asf>\a can y
Thoy unde: take it with Jill t1t>nre i purposes from the beyond of toui.tr' 6. Do yon, aid at every branch, pay specie
: I of the Union Tint it i is so, will appourifroni paper, remotest) branchesary ; : and if', iu thr Itansac'.H> I .t' ) dt'II'IIHI1.Has there ever been a refusal?

and a demist ot t thrir (' Jp H'ity to clncui-tte frJ'ts- a quarter of one cent!, in its actual 1 l abrt-'i; .L! the IIII': thanta; uiw i: |tlot"| notes were not I II on "

that Ins nation i I the following- t per then !I f(;1-1 to tabu: would go to tl ,; b.ik\ ; and shij! i;. the A. \ever. ,, .
a \1'I.it'C.| engaged: many j exchange for silver. Here, : !is a cuirency --- --
receives its dclitin: t fi.ri-i rnttntliPs whether 11 more or
1st.: The government revenuefiorn ciiin. ran pail asnntli gn Q. 7. Can you state specie
and ihc of the& ablest; writers without safe silver convenient and i l ,
;
pen | as as ; more with ti e Unit s ;i., l.y SMu5iigtlip( till ; tl ere seems less abundant in the United flutes at present than .

as yt"', rtwiintr; to any definite conclusion. I I I -333 Custom Houses! i note viduable! than >il\er, which, tiii'.u ..h the i ii 1I..t'inz! wir.tin:! g to ci.mp'f'e the evidence of the at any turner I period?

It still run, sits> to he di-Jeruiined.: : What is'' | uhole! wesicrn and() southern and hilt i iar! i eoiiinlne.s nii'1 mn'ouiiv ofti'f ciiiuiiry.On moment, I (think specie is
Oilices A. At thepflscnt
A'2 Land i I the! wlniif! the r in!JJillt" are of of| ininn that
the soundest and ; uniform !-j|jOn souiil.'t in in usual.
tuna currency parts; ufthc Union, is eageily ( x- is safe for tlucriiiiii'ini'v mote aVtundant than usual. It comes as
8004 Post t Oflicr.s: the .i-tit state of the ( lH-.ItCY
such
(' mtion assumeone s\ tem, another a ch':nf (' for silver i ; which, in those! : sections, pii ',11.1! 'nllllt-lIly) : mist lul to tl.eC oeriment ;- And the !stale of the exchange with Europe is .
Internal Revenue
I 131 Receivers of coin.-
different plan. In one nation a plan is dt.-1 j. i often btar.s: a jiremium paid in silver ; which 1 j ; thai t. |for 5f.ii\e J ears j hM. it has Lc n improving that i it is cheaper to buy bills than to ship dollars

and siiccocds for time IIdl'nt! ..Hlll.re.tdivc 37: Marshals, silver iu the illusion! into ttu. riici.lamg) ( medium i- The bank had, on theist instant, 7,608.000 .
vNi-d !
a by ]1': < ; is throughout; the Union equal} to j by than it has had for nine years past
311 Clel ks of Courts. i, of portion of coin, and the substitution( which is more

; emissions. Elated with sicce<, These! with other receiving officers, payment, to the f governments anll payments {[: of the. paper a iaigrr of incur !solvf nt hanks in lieu of those Q. 8. When the debt is annually paid off to for- .141

la: !cor and mare extensive: euii>sion.s ate which need} not be specified : an to individuals in business ; and which \\hen- I of infeiinr .-rcdit ; and that, if \left to the progress riguets.i dothey remit in specie or bills of exchange?
compose ag-;
ri<'ptl"a; + :ji'1; ; t'oininaliise of all} uronerty) I. .. tliott : ever silver !is needed in any part of the .)fxUftito laws and institutions, the partial incon- Do you supply the means in either way? w- ; .,
.1'.norc '
l.OOO rorrnn. licpj
2Id 4tv : |-j;
t
take. place ; the people tic not aware that r] : country' will i-onunaiui! uhliuui iiic ti..u-, 1tIH'I'j-, Yo l'I\.1& ",ill Kinnn*. .-f the pnj><>r currency
| ed through the whole of the Union who i A. When fureigners are paid off a part is remitted -
and
Ouch nomin.il, I ii j" i is the! diet of depreciation ; of l;lOre than a slight: : fraction of a JILT cent- of the. List war, "illlJt' wlu/Iiy Ihl'I insensibly I in other stocks, a part goes in bills, a consideral -
From these ,
collect the public H'\ ellIlP. do d. I'uder! there! circuiiiSiantrs .
f nu.
; the\ bnJibi! hurts! :and ruin to the unsuspecting : iig('. By means of this currency, funds are to abide portion ot w hich are bills! of the bank. Specie ,
)has for the it to .11"ain (":111 alit! gi-lntion ;
\ the I ; O\'t'l fl IiI('lit ; (ten (jiualent ;
is the. consequence.' All history person transmitted at an expense l 1-ss ih.m in any by the pinctical j good wl.ich the rrunliy enjoys, is never reset ted to unless: the bill market it so bigb t '
the first of 1X30
shovs( such a result! in pveral intions: :IJ llpa11'ularl.v j I' years preceding January, other connlrv.. In n. otlur cuuulry' can amerchant and to put nttihiug lo haz.trd doubtful rxpcriinents. as ta make that mode of remittance cheaper. ''I,

: in that of the l United State The I, icceived; .230,068b. 17. This sum has: ii o.whaT r\t-ry citizen of the twit d j. Q. 9. Since you commenced the purchase andsole d '1

i collected in section of this wide1 :, Stays do-ilcposite l'.jr instant e, his sitar at varied if t!
j been e\cvy can Tl.e committee submit for the information or the of bills or exchange has the rate ; to, :
of ,
committee! (', encased on a variety subjects, 1 I ly extended countn. It has been di>bursed St. l.uui, 01 .Nashville: or tidy OilcJin1!, ai'd. re- Senate. certain q-ie
cannot devote so much time on tile reM huion < ccinole.s: uhicl. lie can cany with hun 10uor' w ii*. 1.
UIt'd' Statestogetner i
other thou ilWln1l1.s distant dent of the Bank of' the t : '
as the miivcr must believe would he ncce s"ry I- at points, many 10OO ir.ilcs, Iu the Alliaic( cities' and! there n'cth.cI his thereto pod a document furnishtd b) The operations of the bank in exchangeshave
,
to develops fully the question before them, i j from the 1 places where it was collected ; and I'! t for them an equivalent mount of silver, without.tuy Ihat: answers officer showing the\; ui'es of t-xd1toJ.t': at which had the effect of preventing the great fluctuations I .

twit A sound and uniform :National; Cur- yet it has been so collected and distributed!! ,' < expense uh&lcver ; and in HO possible cvi-ut drafts! are \it H\\'II by the Dank of<< the United States to which they were previuuslylrable. 't

: \1 -without the los.; far the committee ran: i' all expense bcyon.c a quarter of one pct cent.ii .- and ask to
;:s as i :nd it< office of tii"clluntltilli drposite ; 10 What i is; the reason that the exchange ottEnglaud t .
Q
Pn 'll11in from the tenor of ria'P.ll1liOlL citizen \\ish i lo incur the i iI ilI.xid'j I Ij
rent'v. : however, a .Iocsnot of then'iject. I
t Ie.,1'11, of a single l 1..Ibr; 1l1'\\ without the expiMiso !III' dischaigid!i from the further ci/r.sideiation continues above what was formerly con J i
.......... ._ n. that the uniform National:! Cur- II i' j I ; .J ol can nag these oars w ith him, or to itiu I II j > *. sidercd the that *s, the dollar valued at 4i. 6J. t i'Itt.rlilld
dollar the Go\einment.
i of single ; to par
a the mail instcinl of -
ha/nrd of than
} the henwJ, I
rencproposed, int ,t be pj "'paied by the ;, ; 'I,' I' T>.._7.. is it that the intrinsic valne of the dol- j J
1'iiat CillTl'in' hich! the: go\enunent' tcceive draft, payable: himsit or his n euialone SlIlimltr/1 t'rrfiatm c tic neli"
a by ;. a ; I liiiStions to the j f !
.
National; Government; r, cipudined! under its j I r I !Tar has been found to be less than 4s. 6d ? 1 so, I j
.
I has been thus; enabled. to coil'!: -ct and lran>- | so as lo ensure th; receipt of an cinialaiiiouiit of the United States with his nnsvcrs.Question that intrinsic value? I t tA.
authority, and nuintaiu.'d; by its credit, the ; at an expense of not cite half and otter into peratio"wavuot what is
fei such ofrC\'Clillt' to its il lrIhVand I I IVben the BankHllt a'
committee }frtvo t co'nplied] with the instruction j an ainoiru p'iy | tioi oiie fointli 01! lie! art..... cost of carrying HiesiKer. Philadelphia paper ten per c -nl. worse The reason is'that we choose call our dollar T I tt
I ; and all i is; CXttt'a and the rri-: : The owner of funds, fir instance at Crt.Louis :: I worth 4s. 6d.
of t the I Si i-nttc: }by endeavoring to divide, : j navy th.iu; Boston! ai'dth..t much hotter than Baltimore? 4s. 6d. when it never ha3 beeu
I tion.il delis! is unsafe: ; ;lId 1 unsoim.l, cannotreadslv : or rs'ashvilU can transfer them t PinlamliIiM : !- Anvwrt. rhi'adelphin was 17 per cer.t.vane and of course when it goes abroad, it is estimated I :: !
of the pnjier
which}
thegcncv !
some plan, through! :.. j I : be 1't h'ved ; lor there can; be no' ( lot one i.nlfpcr. cent ; and from Ntw Orleans: tlmn Motion pnpfr-!'j'lo 9 1.2 icone than iot: by the naue'c give it, but according to its t tr"al
Government in such; a measure, could IJ1'I ** i !! without all-at most i I f
) iirially) any charge one littler than Raltimore. vnlue.
I 2.
.1\
of its -nthci than the : Xtic Yuri:
I >urer test +"'nrv: simple:: piper
safe or: useful ; but, after giving to it nil the half pi-r ct-nl, from Mobile, truer par to one hall I ._-- ---- L
..... -----
--- ----
(101111'i'ielvctl in the form of- -
f.ict that f fa --"
consideration they& could bestow, their reflections ; every ptI\ cent ; 1'1 "m SiViiniuh, at one Half pet eit ; RATES OF EXCHANGE, "
bank i in the remotest of :the ni-.i from at from lo t one
note parts in-I j Chllal'IOD.: par quatlciIK .
have resulted in a belief tint any ouch At which draftair lira', \>'n by the Bank of the United Slate, and its Offices of Discount and Depositc.On.
r cent.This
tenor is without charge( converted into a \
: ,
measure must resolve :belt; at last, into a I' : seems to ptrscnt a state of currency ap- .
silver; dollar one of the vast number I 'J:
at
more sl .tent of paper money, issued! by the every : caching' as nt-ar to perfection at coul l IJ{' dlil t'd 1, i I .. c: hI
l of places whe: e the service. of the G= oI issued lour dill'er- I -= .
fur hcie is << at
4 Itvcnty
I i cmirncy 1 1V
C
Government. Tin resort to the J issue: of a I I rn :; :! s. i
\ernment requires;; its disbursement.! 1 1 he j jI | rut parts of (the Union, obtainable( by l any Cliizt'lli OJ c -;: 0 o 2 '
has! been often the desperateof : I. ::: ;: = .. :: i:
paper money Secretary t)f the Tiea-nry, in his l iejort of!j who has inuitey or cre ?d.rlt: of the wants of a nation. It has I I i it is equivalent to Kilver in all his dealings with all I = r' i 7 .;. I M I r rt7 'tAt

then found its Justine: !i in only in (the the Gib of December) J 8.28, declares, thai i i the/ i':jl)0) agon's of I this GovetnmtMit, thruiighoul( he l 'I =::< ::.;). .7 =:: =.. ::: ...

s i\' wnich* created it. yet such are its npCt's-1 during the four years preceding! : receipts Union.: In ..III his dealings with the ii.tenor ;il is I Ii BII.l; t.U1tur': : par a 1-'; I.a a l-Il'ar a l.i Par a 14pal" a 1-4 par al-S't'ar (par parl'orll.Hd t

of tilt Goveinment; had amounted to more i hetifi- than sil> ci ; in his: dealings "ilh CII )nj'r- : I

table evils\ th.it eveiy prudent Government; than millions, of dollars and I rial (.Hit s. f qua} to bilvtr ; and if, for any purpose, 'I.II'lIIouth ;

hoc, the moment.: its pressing! exi i onces 1)1"1 1 i ninety-seven I 11.1'I dc-aiif.t! I ire silver, \\itli which he bou lii it, il i ia BostoOPm : I. 1 1Iiurtfnrd
that all on account of the public ,
i ) i.cure!
initted, returned to the only safe( basis of a I payments 1 at his disposal, almost! universally wiihimt any diiniiiniicn I I IewYUlk '
'!debt, whether! for interest or principal ; all ': and never morel haul a diininuiion of one : :ll-.Ipar; par par ''par .
circ.nl.iitr. medium the precioas metals and par: par t
: all the civil ]list} ; It i if- not to imagine it par \ ,
on account of pensions ; for ; ({iiaiifr per( cent. easy u Batutorp! ; \\P:1.r I
the private: ciedits] attached to the lhe of to desire, better I 1 1 ;:ar par par par a 1-11, par
for whate- siarf'v: necessary any cuucncy \\ ,, hin 1
for the for the tan !t'ar l 12Norfulk
i army ; navy ; or f a 1. 1-n 1.2'par a 1-,, \par a l-ZI'Ir} a
1- 1-.elHar a a
i : ,
them. S'irh were the expedient: of the Go- I than!' this.j Richmond ''par a l-o.2 par a 1-lpar a .par a .Ilar, 1-2
I ver wanted, in any part of the l.''pm' a It''r a I-. par a l-! Iar a 1-2par a I: par a 1-2 par a 'par
purpose} iTS lealT that it bears 1-2'rar a
vernment rtf the United States dUI inu its two j\ Jt i i.< not among advantages, Ipal' a I \ I !
Union have been punctually; met. The the real business & I I! I I.
a proper I elation: ( to exchange: Fayettc\ 1-4 a 1-4 1-4
1-1 1- t a par pit
wars such its immediate abandonment of I 1-4 t a 1-4.par i at 1-4 par a I-tpar a par a par a l-.S-par
; !
Charleston a par
same officer states, that it is the prcserva- of the country ; being issued only to those whose par I I I
them at the return of pe.ire. But, in fhe credit entitles them to it, increasing With the wants( Savannah 1-?I I I II 1.2 par :1 l-Zpar a l-n par
pr
that alone :
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1 lion of a good can impartI I a 1-2 tiara: 1
currency Mobile:
present: condition of the Treasury: of the of the active! operations; of society. and diminishing par I-:? \ par a l-: Car a 1-2 car a I: par" a 1-2 par a 1.2 par 1
I stability; : to property, and prevent those lluctuitions New-Orlcans par a I 1 1 1 i 3-4 I i 1l"a..hvitle
) 1
\ I
I United j States, with a revenue far beyond its I SI I..oui9 a 1-2 \ t
par : 121.0uis.ill
I; : in its value, hurtful alike; to individuals inactivitywhile. i a 1par::; a 1-2 par a 1.:. \par a spar a 1.2 par a l-2par: a 1-2 par a J.2p.u a 1-f px; I
with debt almost nominal and ] par l- t--
wants, a Hastening 1-2'I 1-!'I! .ar a 1-2tJar: a 1-21mr' a 1-2 par a l 2'jar 8 IJa
1.21'-r a 1par. a
and national wealth. This advantage to Le issued without regard to the br"iness! .Ir a jar a
to : paper 3.3eult :
i 3-4
to its entire "extinguishment:!; such a I !i and be wholly" by 3-4 3-4 t :J--I ::1..1 h ( 3-4 84 I 34C) 1
to governed L _
the Hank has secured fo the community -, i of the community, nn 1 3'-1J I !par a 1.2paea 1l1il'I"Irgh -
measure i j" not needed by the interests of iheGovernment cousideianons convenience! to the Government. Cincinnati par a 1-2! 1-2'1'ar! 1par a 1-2 p a 1.Duffalo .
within limits its isSues 1-2 1.2 a 1. par a 1-2 par a par a a
: a
12'! par
by confining prudent a I l'1r.a par
\ par
I flora the -
,. nor i is there the slightest, indi After escaping so recently degradation a lParaI- ; I
., para1 \ I .
tar
ef Jcc. &c. the couimit-
cation of its being demanded by the wants of.1 I paper, of a depreciated paper" currency, 1'1 t

the 2d. If this is thus sound and uniform tee woulll a"litam from every, thing which might cr. c'-
Of such issue of currency
an :
count'-y. money
paper bowever, remotely, revive ir. The prrlod'S notremote r =:= O/.c/ n m 0 .IICa !. lx
''be Executive at Washington! would be for the Government, it is not less so to I when, in the language of the late Secretaryof 1 : or;;; n C 'i;; a> ::: roc .p ..5 \ .g t ,I
a d
the natural fountain. The agents of the Executive the community.The the Treasury, the country was oppressed; II y a rl_ 'I IJ \ =d I: o 0. ...,j a .:roC .k .CI? .!It '+0I t
>, + Q) ::t
the natural channels.. The indivithnls basis of all good currency should be "currency without any basis of coin, or other effective I 0 d:: .c u 02I rt .. Z r.n; Z ..c..;;/ c.-. =
check and of no value as a medium of! remittance Z eo
:+l corporations states who boi rowed the precious metals, Auld and silver ; and ina or exchange, beyond the jurisdiction ol I I At thank U. S. Olli e par par ,p a I 1 1 par par par par par pa! a Jjy

it, must become debtors to the Government; mixed currency of pap: r circulating with the State whence it had issued-a currency that Portland \ I

and the inevitable consequence would be, I gold or silver: and convertible into it, the not uufrequently! imposed uptn the Treasury the Portsmouth

the creation of a moneyed engine of direct :, great: object to be attained is tint- the paper necessity of meeting by extravagant premiums Boston .
collectedat i
the mere act of transferriug the revenue Providence ;
the oAVers of Government should always be equal to gold or silver that
dependence on one point, to defray unavoidable expense at an Hartford.
at variance with the whole scheme of our in- j is, it should always's be.exchangeable for gold t other." Il is still within the recollection of theSenate JS'ew-YorK P a n 1 a l

siiimions.' The limit to which this curren- or silver. Such a currency is !perfect, uniting when at the seat Government itself, Baltimore par par par par par par'
par
had al 20 22 cent. in Washington par par par par par par
should be issued) the to whom it the convenience of a portable material: cpe! if could or.ly be or per a a al
cy persons P
exchange for the bank paper promises to pay specie Richmond ,(par par (p j
would be lent, the socui ith's taken for its repayment with the safety of a metallic! m 'dium. Now that for bank notes of Baltimore 2 per cent Norfolk I \par l II a p a ,4 ,

the places where it should be re it cannot he doubted! I that throughout this I weicpaid ; for those of Philadelphia, 6 to 7 percent Fayetteville ap a ,I'I'' a j p a a J p a J a a p a a. I t

deemedinvolve, great complication and great whole country the circulating! banknotes! arc ; for those of New York, 13; to 16 per cent ; Charleston p aa Pa Ip IP
I
20 ruinous Savannah I \
and for !hose of Boston, to 221H'r cent; -
hard it in financial to specie and convertible into specie. k p a >l a pa
regarding merely a equal; j inequalities, *hich have now happily disap- Mobile :p a ia&p a 'Pa'I Pa4Pa 'Pa1 ,pa4 t4
of view while enlarged There be and probably are, exception*; ; ]New-Orleans 1 I Pa
point on more con-. mav { penred.i : i Pa a l Pa tNashille

fciderations of political) expediency, the objections became among banks as among men, there i; The soundness of the currency may be fur- St. Louis I L a P a pa paJjpaJj
a ,. a a I
p
to it are, in the opinion of the committee I are some who make a show of unreal strength; fher illustrated, the present condition of the fo- Louisville :jP p a Jj.p a p a p a aP a p a 4P a i p a i p a p a 4 a 6

fatal. : but it is fact familiar to the experience leign exchanges. i t $ j i t t t
insuperable and a so I.exinton;:; i a 'I
: England is at the present moment, IIP P a n P
on a
Believing such a scheme to be impracticable jof every citizen in the community as to beI more Exchange than one per cent under par ; that is, more Cincinnati Pittsburgh J ip I a r JP \p} a 1 par par par par {par p 8. ItI ,

the commute were consoled with the reflection I I undeniable, that, mall the Atlantic and commercial than one per cent in favor of the United States. Buffalo t fr.:

that it is unntcctsary as they aro sa- i citir: ,und on'raJ1j.speakin through. This being the real fact disguised hj thecommonIbi I ,


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., ; Leopold, no intrigues whatever were used ; and that t faithful, aij us, who, guldrd; by a s-iurere ronviv. Iso bouncing his Maj''sty's 'aore that} the) Cliamten --- ,-- -- r.L_ -

PEWSACOIjA of all the parties immediately concerned the term was tHin, come t deposit in your Majesty's bosom the I should be prorogued to the. 1st of September next.* COl\.Gl\E

least"applicable to the English-share of the ncgocia.tion. affliction of...- ole people, jealous of the esteem and 1 An immense throng crowded the Chamber, the gal- i \). .1.L.IN .

SATURDAY, MAY 8th, 1H30. crufidence oftheir,King. The Royal preroga:ives leries, the neighboring rooms and the avenues. Tho Sll'\A'fE.: -

Notwithstanding the great and genera! distress ofthe of your Majejy offer you the! means of establishing; ordinance .1
j; The was also; communicated) to the
Term Chamber
Spring of the Court of Escambii of r
Superior : -
poor and laboring classes, the papers continue to between theldiffercnt powers of the tjlatr, that Peers The bill to create the efliceof Aprtll)

'c. County commenced its Se!"ion in this City on speak of further improvements in trade. Much ac- Constitutiona/TSfniony/ which is the first and etseni and both houses iirniediately Lrn\p up. the Navy \\as ordered to be eUllrOIJtlE'd ureoi1 L l.tr .'.'

.. Monday last, the Hon. Judge RTi nrr)i incE prod tirity is said te ia the i I* PARIS, March It1. thirty six to six. 1 he several J rEl ) a \
prevail cotton trade in all tial condition of the graudeur of the Throne and the by Mr. Ilolnicii.) utifJl15 ltl::

,0 ing. departments. The sales of the raw material from i prosperity of France." !j j ji .Sft/rA.( Lschange, Fire o'clock.-Jn the early part ofthe (tice Department) squiring wefe, after information' havbir froni tj.e P H

We rejoice to see by our Washington papers, the 1st January to the 8th ultimo, at Lrverpool, The Constitutiond; of the 17th March, says : "It i is: day the mal het \\ as flat, and fuither decline wa8 ed, agreed to The bill making additional been J ,an*

that Isaac Hill, the 2d Comptroller of the Treasury, were upwards of forty thousand bags more than du. not necessary to comment I the results of the remarkable expected ; but, on the answer of tIe; King to the aliens mo\al 'lor the improvement of certain harbor a .P"t

has been rejected in the Senate, by a vote of 33 to ]5. ring the corresponding months in 16'J9, and the de sitting held ete-djy I)the Chamber of Address of the Chambci of dt'putbr'llIg km II, a lc. ; the 01 obstructions bill changing at the the mouths times of ce tajn \. '

This intelligence will no doubt be hailed with pleasure mand for manufactured good and yarn is more active Deputies, as they speak' loud enough 'for their impor- rumour of a prorogation was circulated and as fur h a Courts of the United states for the District of holdll1 :'

throughout the United Statos by eveiy true though the price ofthe materkil has advanced to tance tube appreciated by every one. A grand (juestiuu measure would rut oil to a later period the reimbursement sippi and the bill for extending tin time for of*V:
"
friend General Jackson. Although we advocated I 20 per cent. higher than in October last. A good| is decided : Ministers have not, cannot have tl.e of the ) per cents, and the linking Fund! w ould I the rnviiceiuent TcnneJHce oJ tho iinproineiilof) ihciwi*'!.r I

the election of Gen. Jackson, and have every disposition i- deal of business was also doing in the woollen trade 'majorl:0 critical a situation cannot Cllllf'lol thus continue to act upon the a per cents, the price time and 1 pa "cd. river 1 he were bill for toCrJ 11 y read a"(M jj
:
to see his admiiMKtntUon prosper, yet we are and the demand was increasing. but must BOOR come to an end France has received i of Stocks began to impiove. i, to certain lands in: Aii isuppi. cuufrmiog uas, alter the} 'l.tJ

compelled to dissent from some of his most prominent The American Minister had a conference on the a warning hc will await rc rcspectfilly the teuni- : Mr. Price has given up tl o Knse of Drury Lane, I j bate in W.ich. Mc5ir.s l-.HII' loot, lrton-i IIOrt, (
iIlcl Bit.
mea ure:1. The system proscription and removal 9th of March with the Earl Aberdeen, at the For- nation [determination] ofthr *rovvn, anl J hold Jwrrclf in consequence of his losses by the establi J.ult'lIt. i : niGluicMarticiMlrf.orderedto IN 'I'll I: a hid) ladlD" .

from office, and the appointment of'Newspa- I eipn Office. and on the same day an interview with ready j for events that may; occur. Whatever may Lady liyron is about to publish' a reply to certainp I !r The con-ideration of Air.HvJLSI.Couh E.:

per Editors as a class to important offices, to the exclusion Air. Herriee, the President ofthe Board of Tiade i": happen the triumph of Ir 'il older i.--I! he'iiccfurtnsccued rti of Moore's Life of Lord liyron. ppecting the appoIntment via standing r's(reotuy1 ornnUllttre! ,,

4 of other if I The Bank of England gave notice on the T.th of' ; we have for its tmiantH's: the llalhIIIJ the subject! of the I'ubl.c. Printing
persons equally, not more '; wa, on
'I Poris
of March of their Feb. 28.-The l\Jr.n ilhams, postponed DlOllfjn ,
until
readiness
make Messenger des
to advances at the good faith of the Monarch tht Monday. The 1
have considered ,
competent, we ever as dangerous to nujoiity of the the rep .,
: !I moderate interest I! rojirni CiuiniLiics, upon the ;iulhoiity of its Military committi-e, direttiug the 1
of three
the safety of our republican institutions. We hope per cent per annum OIIthe nentatives of the nation, and Ih" whole, nation i it-elf I: corre- \\ ar to report to the House a plan for ttrtlary
; deposit of Exchequer: Bills and mercantile uc. j who seek for spondfiitai Toulou! sl .t's thaI it is I here Cln- (the iiuinberofofliccrii the reIictn', ]
'
that the Senate will not suffer themselves to be go_ only ic/ui-e aid I peare I beneath t the >Iadovv f [ of the Umtid. fcutes' .

verned by party prejudices, but permit Amos Ken,, ceptances undoubted character. of the Con"tit Tioij-i'fIrout'' .'" fidc-nily irpoite'dthiirthe( Dauphin as Ci'nmd; ; was dterifeeud until( the lae; of the |,CBr ip :

r dalltnrotirc, ;Ul. I... Ai. .J hal, i" t1nJ 'vII ur JJIl.vntp A fire b..I"ut at Constantinople on the 2d Fc b.nmdfc ., I Adiiiii.il of Fiance, will tale tho mmniirul Hon5 theu took up diP con/*>f*>ration ofprt\ \'\
1 lIe fol) \\ii2Jrp the .te I'I"
itrincin.il I tines of the. wlu'ii 1 ihos-e
; a i I Protorol ofl! he Ibices onfcrt-d to be
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life. and that tho Secretary of the Navy will, I wbll'h dootiuvilve progress( bcfoie' it was otunder. ,, hold! liv bud: ;iHHJ: sea on the ciigros.'cd on the precf
I' nf .') .iI of.11 I h J illIlI.1J :_ proj'll'c dav, w ere rrad llt third time and oIJ
at least have the kindness to find for these expedition, and( that Count ( uihle.. pal (them, paH'd he Lnnf j

men, a healthy and refreshing retreat ,. gcntJe-j I Ift I A fire broke out at Frerlerickstadt, in Norway, and I 10th'I ho arti Kn-< lr of ian Le\mbador) ; uf )having derl.ucd that tb c .' iiiinot) i I 1 will l e-his l'bior: | ( 'lI'rtl of the a r-. ducfd by 31 r.:in Tbouisuu point ot,importance of (; itorgia,,for w ac the that bet,iJ:1rt 1 1

tranquil basins of those harbors," Dry Tortugas.- j I the town having a number of wooden buildings, one I treaty Adrianoplcdi.lr.ot( ) hiinurthe I I my, and. the D.sion! ic!' .iLHIIU'ire: Admii :ani7.ation of' the Militia of the Li:tiict of Colcn-M r r.
Powers tal-llg, with The remaiiifler? :
regard to ( of the
iieoce, the ivea ral I ( i I ho llrtt.i day was de\otpd
and Wet Tortugas") where they may hope for speedy half of it was reduced to a hf'l4. j jsiires i 1 to tie (c.

restoration from the depression of cpiiitd: incident t to)r Poor Kcan seems to be going down hill! fa for
their disappointment. Courier ofthe 9th. mentions his having .uflieied to the n--olulioi.s Dl"ltitics) ir.Cf! ill the I I fil.ililiun 1 1 i <......ir>,I..J I .I*,,,. .i.?:.. flQ Incurred for nublll' "lIrn.... ...",.". 1..1.. tIft:*!
attempted: ,' --t u V I II I t II --- n"u LO an
of the
the character Henry the Fifth, In ShakpeareVplay confrrenctol London, was communicated. 1 sitting; when, the names of the members: I discuseion, in committee ci'the Wholel'io"u*,t.l

American Claims on France.By the lato arrival. ,, of that name, at Drur. Lane. His Iwr'trmTJccis The 'follotvingpuintd were in coii-equencf agreed I i; who ;uc to form I lie Grand Deputation, toleccive I 1amsay Speight in Dr.tJ1on the i-hair., EHawoith Messrs.1 Martin, Cm.lrHm. '
on :- Ilubbard
tve have Havre dates to the 11th March. characterized : I and I .ittend I the Kin'4 b'utii, ,:E
These as despicable thron hflllt. In the 1.:i That on rJ'uestliv, Darrmger, and other gentlemen, addresM-d tie I !
ainivicpLalIbo :
make no mention of the claims having been adjusted. middle of the pait, he was obliged to addicss the audience an : publi-hcd. I wereapj 1 I oinn-d I In lot Jt I is .supposed that' mittee on the subject until the committee (&t r
2. That Greece; shall be independent. there., the IJuUbC rote, .
The letter recently published, under the Havre date and entreat their indulgence. A part of the ,I were Lout .wu l.uuJrC't1l\lcluheJ"s j>resent. adjourHed.IN .
:3. That; the Iiuiis: according to the wicb of the THE SL'NA'IE.
p March 1st, stating that the [business was finally settled multitude hissed, and apart applauded. The Courier -

and the French Minister has agreed to give for says, the only pascajrc (''f the character that vv.i- Porte shall; be from lie mouth of the Aspropotamusto i I Tho first meeting of the ConstStnuosnl; The greater part of to-tlJlwa" in A prillZ. .
the cpent the cotwj
that purpose thirty millions of francs-must therefore at all endurable, was tl Devil) and i Ioetre:
have been based on erroneous information. Ha l 1 nihit, and that only because it'ari delivered with I i itohrable the Cyclades! being included. I I.'eld yebteiday; i iIKAV t fixed for Tiu.-sdav;, ovtnijiij session bi-fore twelve o'clock Before the doo-,
the facts 4. The Goveiumcnt of Greece shall be MonarcLiu: : next \vlu-n the were eloped, Mr. G'rundy presented a petition
of the been I
case as supposed by the writer, accuracy. speech fiom the ing a reduction of pra\

they would have been of too much importance to escape A new: novel, entitled Cloii'I!'i-lv. by Godwin author and hereditary. I Tht one, will I hn\e heeri d.livered.Ve I ethical works. Messrs.postage"Rowan on nevvs-rapers and Bernard and ,!ir-

an early notice the French papers. of 'Caleb( William*," has just bi'cn puMifhc'l.! 5. A reciproealair.nestyshall he proclaiiicd by the! \ learn: fiom TlJulol1ll1.1t, I the transport i. stntcd remonJtranc against preventing the trIL;.if.i

An extract of a letter from: Iono: i i. published Ottoman and t5i'ecian Governments. L'Oise, uilNhortly .viil uith f.ortatiun of the mails on the Sabbath ; and Me'
Jlelnl! |1 I01r0i01| I I : != f;. a company of Kill, r .
I Each ofthe three Fielinghuyseii, and Holmes
PAUL I in one of t tie London! ptj.oi; ;: I before I i-, i in which! i it is Courts shall have tho facultyof Arlillewllirl Is:, af'ei! ( h;<'5ij aiivrnientt-d prescnt( 11'11,
.f( ES-Xo. I.TtftJiK ; ; hy a tit.nsrcniomistralingagamnst the removal of the
mentioned that: as one of ti:;<; fiuit-! Ill ii'M-archr giMratitcrine this arrancemi nt.i I I i delacl'J1? fnt l'L! ern Ilidian.. Le\"lJlId .i.., St ULlk.
EdUuTflflhe! 1'insacitfii tia-rttt : ; "'. .. ., ,. LII Ut; --- --- ...Ti.m.i... .; ..; .'i'.ft, w.
Mv attention has been drawn to the 'following B'IMffular I whid1l for some t'niio {''?;-t have he.eii niaile at Grcjrua; 'i 7. The eiFects of the guaranty" shall le dcciued. taken; on bord) : as Cadehc: ) will convey\ to bills were introduced ; one on Il'a.1.1.\ e'b3Ir..l-I\a hlD!.

para graph in the communication ofMr. Branch. ., the irniains of a beautiful 1 villa.! ". Lich from an in- 'j hereafter. j: I the t.!: uf 1 Ueinlni.I Tliitinfotcement' ; and one from the comrr.ittt-e on Pttii-ion>, Ly !r.
is
;ui tilt suhjfet of the Tortnjzas; : "in>,ttad lif'IICU/l/- :! j 8. The settlement of the : Marks. Mr. Hondricks submitted a re-solufio.: ,
Frontierp
tion ill i destined,
i'HCiij appears) to ti.ivt-heloii:v.'d lo < : the rectinij committi-e
tiring pestilential otinosphiiroftlu. uuiti! places of 1 hy the en Roads: and Canals, to'iU.
in those Scan i lived in the tin,' of'I itu: <. I Commi.-si.iuerp of the tluee Powers.Tho t i.t. io a ) tint (,uire into the
r sort after the usual sht>rt It ruts of tirrirc I I prc-'nnj.fion, the csribIMin'enls i-.xpeiliPiicy of :appropriating f;3.ti4j1){( i)
they .ozddfiud healthy mid Ttfu !lill.r ret nut. I'ruwc.-Panpape! -- III tlC hh! !i !)Mjrri! had bi-ou !j Gazette de France, under 1 cad of Vienna, I no\v foir'i.ng! ill that i land meet1 'or t (the purpose ol t>}:e-nni<; a wad tl.rough the public

in the tranquil bains ofthesr harliirn anil file innilid recei-.i in London. j jTlie ; March 7th. says-".\ Courier an lived i here to-dav, oui I with (opposition.) ''I'II l land.from Helena ty the mouth ci Cache rucrii|i

7'iiifht hopr f iv speed rt.tratzsinfroiii the JIMMSCS incident JIc"agt'r clt' (f'hanb i; ;iti-f way to Constantinople; bringing intcllicucc'tl \d..a:1..as.
i i -'t.ifoihnl the morniiifT at f-'finrfaif 2 n'tlil T
/
IN
to t.zt ehnte.1'Is tij" .J I TIlE norsr,
it that thc pap'ls \% (' I.: !i'v rvpi-rtril I cont.iin rionipotentkuiesol the! three p.vtie: lo the treat" \I Tlie I London : :Monday bung the UI
poiniblc Secretary of tic? Navy i NMrnofet m I .n: p--pei ni .ithi-_ by Ivsta-:: ) alioted for the presrni.itioa
? I will pass OV T tin cx"rc":ions-usual .,i ordinance! fiom the Moiiitfiir! piorogumg rtrdia-ulvin; rtiie .. I ni') J undon, 'Irid in the conference hel-l oil!: Feb. -1th I I fette, ifcd not fjinvod I vhen v.c went to';: ,ol {P' titions and memorials, a great number ot tLeiu
rf resort-and will : ..II'} *J I th. definitively! fixed x\ -u- oifcKid ami ui l.ta't'iI ol'm the
l''I..lS suppose' that they relate to C f.lIultcr. CJfUCI'Uli3. the de.-t-i/! ol'Gre'Rci', 'I : Cl\-h.ary nsode
the hariiors'of Havana and to West j j j r :ami named I P'W |I.Mr.; IJ'j> lor. fit/in the committee Public
Key winch have
Prince on LaniK
I Tho Journal) du Leopold 'If Saxe The. I ; ; re-
; Coiunn'icc of the 17tli: the1adoption Cfbmg, Sovtign Coi'-itit'iii'-riM: 1 I.
: ibh
been the places of usual resort inthoso! (West Iudia)) faj'1' I : t-nd t rn.nlni; ,: I has :I p..Ituli: lull on the subject ('I i'e\: \lcihg! the tiine oi
Sea. I cannot suppose that in the f faceof truth: the : of the ;addicts by: a m.ijoiity of\otes, \\ iji- Ilerrdi'ary Pnnw Greece tin-fullowiwj/ aiiii-le :-" A it-port pievails'J' ;tale of the l.ii.ds granted to th Kfiitu} Asylum for

remark wa intended to extend to Pensncola : noinofour i..out IIIICIHJ/IIl'It, alld; prci i!,'l} asitvv ,.' ira! .\ II up (bj. i I The London Courier of the lUfh Maich states that j I i in 1 t the political 1 ciirhx, I (sirit t the Chancellor thf: iiiatiuctioii ol the IJeafaiid Duinb. It was read

National Vessels have: \>fluttered 'from sii Km--,* a Committee' chosen e-niiii-K tioin I tho: ranks ofthe thy motion of tho Duke of .Richmond fir "a select :i." PipsJdrnt: ofthe!; .Cl.alllJpl'( :! !) of Peers it twice: i and after a Jong dis'u"iJu. oidcrt-d to beengrossed -
originating in this place hut several have opposition committee |Inc: \\'r; and rrad a third time to-morrow.- Ik.
: the moat signal relief in experienced is a nio.-t IIIiJnrt.Htf'lIt.; j| to take info consideration ho internal been recommended! ( !f1 l l\\H m t the m.tjoriror."!lille i liom the coinniitfee fin : <.timrnt. laid Le-
here.
coming The case I 'J JIt. ..., -t.ite: of thi*' country fir ..' ,1.! ,.,.. ... ,I 1,4 ... ore me Hou-c
of the John Adams mirrly cannot lie lbip: lIttUII-lJllt Iliilllkli-y I">> K-il fl.! 'I.% tl. ..."1" tui.t t.- j "" "- tn ; ;< : o. >.Miei; (n-11-t :' {'ipointf) fur .the a communication from the :ccretarv

nfninetv. ca.'esnf yellow fever contracted at Havana bUlla)!, fttift /'0r1I1111111! \ *iw tl M* t.>.L'. .it- t\i.,- f,1!.it- j.!.i.. ...., ." j of tue woiking cliJ! : > Jtid the c<::ct of taxation uponproductite Jlo-e of f dl'jll.: : ; i .1 d.- .} > ...,1.1.t..f i. '."..'... .!.>. .'...".....> t"1.1'111'-/(1 tU .1j / fthl' 'rrca ura'" l'vlnnafi..cl nu"J 1,,' .-.-------<_.IIU. I' .\:':_

there weri wu me or FIX (tieum, uie crew wI'n'aJlIloilt t-ion-: ; betwee'ii, the dili'eient: bi.iiicl.i's Clf f : mdii-tiy wa-> last light negatived. lb>' !j the speech fioiiil-e;: :; 1 I."III' of snch I 'the receipts lib and I t\in-nditurt-s% ut'thic l"nito l Statt-b, from
i nf.ar.li l 17H.I 1
po'r. I memj ( >, to the ?)l.st of Dur.-n.! ,
immediately restored when landed on the | 'I ho Chamber( ';j debate: vvas long and animated and the speaker.- J! bets oi.iy! I- ,ue kis'; :, .'., tb:1'{ : I 'ol'thu"balaiiic- the r.IrJii.
shores of our bay. The cases of tl.e: Natchez, Hornet. IJcintie|) inel: on 1 the I:.ti! Miirrh l j I. ui5s!.';.ken Treasury at the t'Tj J irtxnc'

and: other vessels, are familiar Jo every pep-on- and!, having; continued: in -c.uu: mitt i Lite liourot' I j jtl.e iiumeious. The vote, \\'as 141 agaiiibt (01. |I attachment I') tl.e; p.e c rt: 3Iil1iIIY.! Jti i iI > I i !ear-h; 1 .year. ; :and of the legal appropriation bade Iir1)l.bij.

here. There was not a single case winch our -i! -\cuing, duriiii winch' a lool';! Mid! warm dicu.tion .-.- I j rmr the eYrlr-ro;-)'. Fitiring Post. I true th-t;; t I the I Chamber I ) of Peers has: hitheri oil the pill table.0-i-together during with that the period It was laid u-

mate wan chared with having originated on bo.mt endued theauii\fi !i 1 to left t to, the Pti'M.i'r I th 1 accompanying documents
on to I tln' i t of and
King's-pecch. : power naimn three thousand
!
those vessels. Kf'st! and Havana has b tin-j i l'ir\1iitr. ( rrd impirluntfrom' ; Trawl'Jr'rr .ho71 ? I copies of thf'fdV'.rt' or
< riuiforuily considered a, unhealthy. I can safely ; on \\li.-h (la. .I !: prl.-U, !-The Ciarlemagne, ('a ptiili Kobiiir-ou. I r(-N\'in! various resolutions had

peal to the opinions of the grent majority of the Officer ap- teran animated ili-ru.--i;(111. I the, \ddie i ,b WIoo :.al"pli{ (' nrir.fd i t I this; forcnoCi from I Uavie, III I tl.e shoit j lit t ) itself, h,i w ever: 1 il-o!( privilege of choosin-: the been Senate Mibmitted, and acted upon, s-i-.. era! bills from
considered
of the Navy on thi. a :.bjr ct. I willllot there t by: i vole of' l ti, 1 -l---1 m.ijoiiiy; aiuist iiie Mini [(1:1"- i| them I by l. b.dlof, which.; circmn>tanci..s were and referred to their proper -
-,1!:" -: \\t ll \:-Iie d.i\s. and 0111.111 may J committees. The furthrr con-iderainmof,
fore Jrys I Imn
suppose for a moment, thit the .vorrtary of tho! : .1"). 'fl Aii''reis' ,, i if : seem (lo i eijuiu-! >-!.- mode ".' ) the
lull!
try a :lucre ".IIIJ of the Speech. iln'Xiil I i-I i: this a\ fproi eedin.) '. fir the ptini>Iimcnt crimps within
Navy had any.allusion to Pt'r1--;.H..t! \cl I cannot I j, I ; .* i :mi'I'y fiist i'-tI.I; : ve q.I u I Ij the I IJlstnrt
: 'I. .
hut remark (Ill the singular and unii-Muii I lU1 diiicreiirc exf-'I.I to that paif I wiieie ti.e King l 'pf.ik ol'ilie I i !;:ih e uviveri u or: f'les: of P.inMid, H.I I ur !j-aj-1.--. .|!i }he,: .J ( IJ I I:t u I ( "IJB! ilt.f: of thi> morni I of Columbia was po-tpont-d until TiimxMv next .
and after the
I
I ill fr.iiit.ctiua
of opini-m between the) Fccr'tII y. and Counnodoiu tn'irl.i'rotis iil..iIlH.iii.i; ; ->. of malel l( nc, and <.u-! ( ):ir dr.tes ("mm: I 11 ho: L.ller. place, are. h lli: ilav. of>::il.I SI\"S: :-- j I'..' iiri'' Ci'i''r. izif'oriimd 1 Hou- motion ofMr.of'otiie other busme.is. the
i on 1
terms Port.r,,and who spc.il.s of Key Vet the
atm.rj''u re. as The possi'M.sing Lieut.revcr-e Tutnall at-A I pestilent the/ l following; i> the I II'J.ly of the I Deputies : i i ij J III' ha brongiit ovei wiih !hii.-J i ( t.i' O-age I Indiaii--!I T. l i-er of j'T'lii-' innrrb:: (jnc-afer than the I lininii, \!lr. Hayiie* in the chair and took up the

tit! opinion of the report:err.ary._ And) -till mor a rres. widely with I Called [by yojr :Majety'.ioie fium all parts' of i: \v 1 10, \viti! three others wee taken to Franr'ahl'l 1; liiiis'eii.d" ; 1"1 i.'IS hivi* t't''ri inclined to Hullalo' Koad bill. 3Ir. Mercer resumed and ('(III-

lo the S't'wtarr and Commodore PorU-r ditl ,r on!L tlie kingdom, v.e"cino t f'I lay at the foot ofyourtluone j i! I ilireH Yt'ar"; 'i tI'C. I II)' i Frenuiiman, named I Dclaiitiav.! i!: arliit; ; iie! M'J.I.'I,:: inmiber ofhiiiv: i? now) j1CtiI.(1 in 1 chided continuation his speech of the in f faor debate ofrhe bill. Mr. Hubbanl,
,
the subject of the ToilugttR; the latter hriuof/ opin th. honrig; <; of a Ilitl.full't"Il'le.: whose v1 ,' |i (! Co flt Inmdieil, if tot> lie I argued against the po
rmdicMi 1111 : ii) \|Icctt-I l to male! mOB!} by pubiich r.thibiting evtn to one ) and expediency continuing the road in
ion that it H i fit only for the dej-osite jf the of j |! hundred It qi.rtio --
t pes; behol !inir t tin' imt t l.e'iiitlent: ? in tl.o them. The[ :u.d {"'?!. n. as injudicious and
turtle* and I en sulls. Can tht be the S'rretnrv' you I midst; oftht eshibitinn vras prohibilcd: hy the! police, I I unnecessary uncon titutiUllil:.

terrestrial paradise tn whose riy .i i.1I\ lipld* the nVk<, general beiieilcem-o[ has not e\cn IIOl''a"l'O, and :mil thel'rem"iiman; getting into pr< uni.in ilitliciilties I 1'i.n' .: !..'.. Cir---f: .M'i-n, ft"'.-, '/"rl1 s. z Such. he observed was the opinion of N. Hamp>hrc.
i
of
District which
The I C
and heirt-sick OIlItldl.i i; of t !,,' II I I .im ,.f I! a Stttchie represented. He cited,
mariner I
:'i'
may hope 'for *pwdy: refla who venerate in yon the acei>mpi-hed! model( ) of rhe abandoncif; ) tile Indians who have since 'been roaming } Deputies, j |i in support of this position, a from the:
tion God for'oi engaged I passage re-ire:
that one should be on te illdl: s ef Tc.x.is ented I I'
any cruel
t') wish the Secrcary :{ to as most noble and* the ino-t tCJIH"IIIIIVllttt'/ >." ill j rcat digress through Italy, (;t-rIlmaIiv. and( Switz- f 1)1 I 1ihmtir t ( of the Go\eriioron tIitsubet. \1 r. IVarcc

t& modern island of Calypso.montlis HM? residence imagination in tlii! Sire : Your subjects rheiidi and rj'rct: your mi- erl.ind, and have siilTered nnch from "kness and : ( report Visteul-: % ::, Thry recommend)(I !j:1tho I f :addressed commitfec m support'of this, mCU lm'.
ttl may prohibition: ; ( ) of t t d! '. emi: ; i which lie contended in a long
1lI piMtdo! it with sea-nymphs but how can iN utni'M rhority. Fifteen :years of peace and I liberty, which want. La t summer three of them re-ached Paris j ill ?ratjon; ; Cliorllll JNVmcricans oultl be attended with protracted argiusenf,
\ the
\
effort adorn it with the ;iiiu f (> tIle piovu.ce \vib-jiit the I L i hiijht--.t :.dva.itages! tu
fountains.
the grottos and grovesof they owe to your brother and yourself.t: lit; \ s' >lronelv_! n very wrwtchotl state, whon .'1!r. Bum iit't, our Cone ji, : Li"l' :ute t ni"lI. Upon motion of 31r Lea, tIle "om&n
Goddess.
) secretary it in earnest I repeat, when, is lie it speaks possible in this that the' : rooted ill their heart-, the sentiments ofgratil.jdc: w hich who is will known for his I philanthropy, relieved : ibrnntion petmibsioii( ) :tile "nr: 'IIt' p-oyernmont! ; then I lee rose and reported, and Hip H- use adjourned.

- mniiner attach them t.f j the; ,pK;% ;t.co into a Me.xiran! I Ij Mr. Lea h.i-.possossioii of the lloorua
to tl.ij
of august Iyinty. The : : shnjrto'IIUU.tIlW.
vvretrbed sand bank in the oC'etn"'or does your : people, their; wants and got up a suh-.cripion: to defray the''
he j colony, the ('ii', lion. ; d! foitificatior.s I m .
Hiippoae any spot which may be called dry land, ;: now enlightened) } by experience, 'have learned that e-- expense of their passHjjp to their country. ( t'yieralLafayette j on tliej'i L\ THe SENATE.

- TiI. although without shrnb or gia.H, or running Ktrcnm, I pecially in matters of authority' the antiquity of interl'.tt.lllimsdf i frontiei.s: ; aid: t !:i- sn-pc-nsiun: cut't t the J.ivy fur *
IJt n good enough! (flair the elvMiim of a mariner This ; pos- n good( deal f.r liI -1!. ;! ,one Year p.'oii'bitiri: : ; : 11 l It inirodui .prill:.
} : : 1:!: t sion ,!' 1
session j the 5 ClIt- The
Senate ed the
mmt .crod Jfall titles fllvinbiil'
nisnrable spot three acres in extent, two feet :I *; ;and that if is no They cmbaiked in a ,1.ipl101md' to Savannah: ; I.i.t i i: p* ; viz. the bill'

: far from any habitable shore thin horrid place high of, less for their happiness as well as your glory, tLat two them died on tin1 pnssapp. TIe other tillr.1 I ton ioo.-is- :to establish: the olllce of Surgeon lentral ofthe :Navv -
? I j a I with the ainiMulment. the
t,4njsllLgICnt is yet good enough to he the paradise of' ages have placed your throne above the reach of who havecome :in the altering compoiiiftparts !
Charh-r..go:; --1S y :
wcr.sin' oat of ---- 01'the
_ _ Railors I think our brave I j Navy rtliou; the b.Ii authuriy.iu: CII'I.
4 df''If'ne n better treatment. hardy, generous tars storIng and tcinpots. Their con\i, rion coincidewith -, the country I by tho Freivl fi'ovrn.noi; ?f. They r.rc A1'liN'l'M 1NT: P Y Till PIU: lEX'11. II IaudelctuiI{ to locate Had c.ilor a tract of Iain! mAlabaiini

Intending some further remark on this their duty, io repn:>ent the waned ritlit of you I entirely de-tituite. rotiiniki, ( .ipt. I{('.) ii.son; ) and; are I ; and liEu bill! to confirm certain claims't t .
Mibject, for ..n1 and irith; ll ailr'ice; 'nd 1 lands: in th District .
the I crown the >r > consent ofthe Smutr. Jacks'-ni ( ; lut Hcleii* -
present will content myself, with assuming the as greatest gnar-iuty oftlieirliberfy, and the on my haads. Iv is to le, hoped! that the City aml1.c.-. I
\ I I"oIill i. Mr llos an. from time ("oi.imittee fli'*
I name of integrity, the inviolability of CHARI.KS Li A.KV, to be ( ollector of the Customs on
your prerngaiives-' fin n'fies will a-Mitiin the are (these eiiildr'en I J
ror ui'the Judiciary, reported without au.i-mum-nt.
II I IIi.r I t till )IStiI 1 t and (me the tlie uuJ nrthpiflie'fof
; ol
PAUL safeguard of their li-pe..inr Kcvcmse n'r
; JONES. rirhU. However sire, not'vith ( foie--t, and n-tum tlifin to their tribe! Ueverly Chatr. heirs of I:ward Lorraine
peit ,'i" \ iVmui m the tc! of Maryland, fiom the and
the the heirs of William
-- ---v" sfandilli unanimous hcntimonts, of respect amuflcction 'The Cotton Muikctat Il I I Lri"k Emerson. w ith an
/ vre Wltl at .
F\\\. 1GX with which I a t Infiipadvance. ::51 It d..\ /.f.'Iud': IH:',O, \ ". John Ejinall.rosined i iiutavorable report on the petition of J'. B. ('od.l'.
3CVAV&vcn
E your people surround, you, the Tbre hut. !- been numciou* arrival and i I which
the bill
__- ____-_________ tranquiliiy of France is interrujited by the : \\'JI.I.l'JCF.J1IM tubr Ct'llettoroftliP CUCi i I accompanied ; ai.-o ft'J] orted, without
1 ---4 most ;nix hiMvy sales. iimendineiit, the bill for the relit-f of Nathaniel ( 'hiiJ'I -
/ the New York Erctiing 2'ust. ions feelings, which might become fatal tnr.s for ll.e Di.-trict of Portsmouth, in the State ofiew and
1 Latrst to her happiness The ldrcs utIle French Chnir.bpr of Deputies gave notice that whta that bill C'.IW'Jr.; !lI! '

._ from England.-Another remarkable short were they to be prolonged. Our conscience, our was read to the King by the President at the head of Hampshire, vice John P. Decatur, who wadcomn.issicbrd 'I would, as in truc.'tld by the roniv.itte-s no; \e 'for itsintkt'inite
*
1Jllssa. 'The ship Hudson. Capt. Champlin, arrived honor, and the fidelity which we have sworn to the r during tI.(' Jl"t'C'st If dIe senate, and !I: postponement! The! bill to ;eorg.ni/e tlieestabli.shiuei.t
deputation fiom the ,
Chamber
you the Irith ofMarch
ou
this fofenoon from London from which AUorney Gt/neral. and crc-tt tan jlhI
she
place Majesty, and intend rejected. ,
to with
t 2 bring* papers to the 20th ult. The Hudson keep scrupulous attention, in the Council Chamber at the Tuille-ries, I Executi\e Department, wastakm up, on n.crnjiof

1 Portsmouth, the >Oth left made it our duty to make the causes of that anxiety whew his Majesty was surronnded by the great officers DANIEL M OCRF.LI., of New Hampshire, to l.e i Mr. Rowan, and an interesting debate ensued m

'thus on i and the Lizard on the 25th, known to your 1\Jaje .t). Sire, the charter, which we ofthe crown and all the ministry. After Attorney ofthe United States for the District of IVevvHampshire which the 'bill was opposed I by ?MPSFI t l>artonHolmes
: accomplishing the passage from land to land in owe to the wisdom of was rrcliiighuysen! and Webster aadsuppoiteilliv !
s$ your august brother, and whose road the King replied in the ) in tlc place of Samuel Cut-Lman, rejected -
the following terms : ( Mr I Kowan. In
very short time: of eighteen days, We are in- business is the cou'--e of tl-e del/ite! : and
ii debted to the of your majesty determined to consolidate '(lentleinen-1 have heard the Address \hlkII you after the blanks! had been f filled, Mr Iorth. ri'oeil!

morning courtesy for of our contemporaries ofthe that charter has given t4i the country the right f f intervening have just read to me on the part of the Chamber of JAMES \V. FXUM. of Florida, to be Marshal of tIC I to amend tli*> bill( by inserting a proviso, which I.e
papers the opportunity of furnishing in the discussion ofthe public interests. prefaced with omo remarks, that the Attorney Gi z-
readers Such! Deputies. I had reckoned upon the concurrence olIlHj Fnited States for< the District of West Florida in// _
0'ir with the following summary : I an intervention ought to exist; it is indirect and wisely .1. 'u .. eral snail net, during his continuance in 'nc; ,;. en;1p.
.. /v plan was orougni oetoro the House ot Commons J circumscribed within limits which I wo un.imoers io eneci me good i had contemplated place of Adam Cordon[ ('1Il0' ct in allY prhate practice in the Courts of the lutej:
-
4 on the 9th of we shall never with a view to consolidate; the happiness of States, or of tho States. Mr. Holmes, after -onus

for March, by Mr. Wilinot Horton, suffer to be passed. But it is also positive iu its n', my people. It i id with pain I hear the Deputies I' remarks, moved to recommit the bill, \vr.h iiiMrnr-

rernovitp, on a large scale, country laborer from suits; for it makes tho concurrence of the politicalviews declare that tions to amend it so as to e51ablil'h a Home I Depart-
t Ireland oj their this does Tlie FniJTaJo Ntic-Orlcons Htl1d.- ,
part concurrence
to Upper Canada, where vast tracti of fertile of your Government with the wishes of not : inent to (take charge of the LIIjnepropol"td 10 "beconiided
; 4 land are at the dispose! of your exist. By ,the act-omit of proceedings ill the House to the Attorney General by the bill. After

government. Thin people an indispensable condition of the regular ad- "I announced to in of Representatives it that some further debate, and before '...
4 proposition, which seemed to have friends you my Speech, my reolutioBs yesterday, appeals any question \ .
niany ,was ministration of public affairs. taken, tho 'bill was laid on the table. on motion of 3r. .
f withdrawn with view ; they are immutable. The interests of the bill for making J a Nat ioncil Koail from
a of subsequently bringing i it Sire my King and the bill for ?.
providing of Iniu *
and
our loyalty our fidelity obliges us to assert an exchange
people forbid me to deviate from IJiiir.ilo; rciw- OilCilflS the
to
: forward in another shape.la that this them. rejected on with such Indians lenidiug in thee! several States, .is

-1 : commenting on the late speech} of M. hauler of the concurrence does! not exist. An unjust mistrust 'My Ministers will make known to you my \ iJl." preceding day, was leconsideied: after; de- are willing to cnuifrale, and J making; an appropriatuui

1 sentiments and reason of France, is the After the Deputation had The for\ tla'ir I renlo\ u I Kikv. ( "j briand i Ia the Chamber of Peers j withdrawn, the Ministers hate hv it majority of l.t'oll s. objectof \ \vf\C
in which he expres- .prin iD1e. which_n u.no\v. ,rrnv"'rn... ,...., tlu.... .".,'.",:._.:.OL','_ft'UUU.: remained in conference 1 the King about the motion( for reconsideration, was to up iw the unhiiished f biu-wie ir.n McKinley then
- vp1 .ea nn icon that Eng1ieb intrigue naa ueen Your \'iw twenty concluded hw remarks in favoroftbe bill anti when
employed fubjects it with ,
pain, because it i is minutes.
insulting The of the( have it laid the table with view to
answer King such n keep
was on
to as to he had
procure a Sovereign for Greece and asks whether to them ; they iew it with because cwu-luded bciug nearly the hour of adjournment -
anxiety it threatens leave no doubt ot'hjii intention to the Ministers it alive mid it for consideration at Mr. his
ic-i there wu no Prince in Europe not of the Wood their liberties. But support bring up Forsjth commenced nrgiiiiient in repl
t of the of such a mi.strust can find no instead of the Chambers. The 50th article tho next session Congress.. After the to Mr. Frelinghaysen ; and continued for about fifteen
Royal family
England to whom the rule of access to the heart of minutes when the Senate >lr.
Majesty. No Sire adjourned. Forsyth.
enables
your
him .
either
,
to pror* guo or dissolve the Cham vote to reconsider, those who arc opposed
that be ,
country might entrusted, the London Courier France w as ha.j the floor for to-morrow.
great an of
anaLcll Majesty
eiH-iny } as your hers.) The Ministers determined on the former tho bill, endeavored
on to tf
f course, principle, ) bring
Kayo, "we do not pretend lo define the course of the w fdcopotisUl.1}. IN THE HOUSE,
("tur. Sovereign of Greece, but we think we should ( desires that your Ma- and on the 19Jh, when the Deputies assembled at ] it again to ;ni immediate vote, but \\erc defeated Mr. McDuffie, from the Committee of\\-I1JS and
her
I !iQVC(*' IC mind of the French orator from the can horror re- eely| rely on loyally, as ahe relies on your o'clock, the Minister of tile Interior was introduced in this purpose ; and the bill was; ordered \ftnn.to which had been referred( that part of the

t it prOlI11'f' midst great agitation ant1 attention of the members- to lie on the table, by a majority; of President's Me Wfje relating to the Bank of the
*ctmt to entertain of th* success of English in- Let the high wisdom of your Majesty decide betWeen lIe delivered United States, presented a that subjtfK.of
to the President a Royal ordinance under six kSO "Robin's still tIlO.r"Nai'rnal report upon : ,.
: trign'l, by Muting him that in the selection Prince I those who do not understand a nation BO calm a staled wl Uch I which ten thousand copies, wen* upon motion v*
cover and
wa 'fenctl read
an tntdligenccr. Mr.Muhleaburgh, orJorrd to ?'o rintvd! : 'Qbet'''

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j btion of 1f r. DrayHn, culling upon the Secretory of I In the recent debate
in
1 War to report upon a plan! for the redaction: of the : Congress on tho t j From the Boston Patriot. I
) number of the officer of the United States Army, 1 ray: of Members, \Vhittleseysaid J \ : I Atrocious Murdtrl--Several handbills American aid, l 1.-' one whom} I once valued [ : .. -

-.. coniHtrnt! with the interes's of i 44 We have been in ,! ;as a dear friend in the of birth '
the public !I rrv'irv.wa 1 session 109[) days; dur were received in thiS city from Salem country my \JCr\'lON
j affair, taken up, and discussed by Messrs. \\' lde. ing which. time the House has met forenoon ,yesterday i i "Should the Derrynamr manifesto againat "
10 '\'i'kltrie. and Daniel, until the only 79 sjornpd, by "Stephen White, .i; the
lapse of the hour"ill' I da ys. We have enacted 34 laws, where the for the heirs of fh'c'deceased' proud Americans and their slrve 1 -holdin 0.
for the
consideration
n.iJEne> < of resolution The setting forth'
I
bill for extending the time for welting the land granted!: bills originated in the House, and 5 where that on Tuesday; night, Joseph White, Esq. I j'I States be a forgery, I should rejoice to Household and Kitchen

ta the Kentucky Deaf and Dumb they originated; in the ]learn the fact from yourself. Should it be
A! vliim, was read i Senate ; 61 j bills are was murdered in his bed, in his house in Es- '

n third time and passed ; and various hills from the bctirethe Senate that have passed the House sex street, Salem and] \ your production, I would say, in me you B. k !
offering a reward
Heinle introduced I of; i
and
were shall)
passed usual
through the 1 | : find
and 54 are before the HOIKO | one thousands of
amongst ,
that $1000 for
have the your
stales of legislation.i The iloin then pass- conviction of the At O'Clock
on motion o \ perpetrator! A. 1ON IV 1 1.! I
IIi .Mr"Heuphill. went into a Committee of the Whole l j"jed! | the Senate.; The whole number, of hills or perpetrators. countrymen; who will not succumb to yourinsult '

oa the rtutftSo! ind New Orleans reported to the house is \ nor quail before threat."I ( Saturday! 16th day of ihe'prrs.
road hill.) Mr. Lea i'! 379! and the number We have received your I shall) offer rat month .
and :Mr. Muhlenburgh, addressed the of the following letter shall make for fate at the City HnM I, tain
# Committee in j resolutions adopted is 4SO and this from no parade of my love of Lie and fashionable! _
opposition to the measure; and fr.ort.n.: in i its of business is ; mass our attentive correspondent of the Es- liberty, nor send homilies flu EN HOUSEHOLD:\ h KITCH '
to he left FURNITTURE
favor. After the consideration of variou* amend I unacted on, or so hast sex Register. you upon my consisting of(every. article re "
merit, which will be particulari/ed in our full r i: tenedthrough, that tcrv few members will inanity, Bat whilst with every Carolinian quiite| for a family' Catalogues of the nriiclei t ; '

fir the debate on this inure'.tingquestinntfa.]' : ipport('IHIIIUe i; ,know what piovisions the** bills contain. Dear SAI.EM, April 7. that f know, I lament an evil which Britain can be seen at the subscribers tore., ami the farm- I '
Sir lure pxltmined
An .,
n : roue and pawled the hill for "iiirrWineiit: ana d i If the people I assassination of almost un- has superinduced, and which we cannot Sale Positive. on the day previous to the (;ereat .-- ,
third reading; and the lIouo-e: :llJoufl1ed. j were npprisC'dof exampledatiociiy,) took pl.ice in this town i in once 'I -Terms Cash. I i '
our neglect of duty, they would correct; the remedy, deny your right to interfere ; ByoiderofCai.t.JOHiVr' ? (
April 14. I course of the last CLACK. '
the evil Tho i night. Joseph White, and I pray you might succeed in the 1 1 :
IN THE SENATE. t tTho object of having the House Esq. one of ihe raising IIEiVRYMICHELET. I' '
j most and :
hill from the Home of Hel'r\I'n' lti'p;;:. ('it i j. composed of 213 members is to unite the in- 1\j in the aged opulent citizens ruined population of Ireland to the level of P/nw!' 'Auctioneer I ;:\,1

tied an art to amend an art for the bom-lit of'th ic-llijfence of that number eighty-second Year of his age, the comforts of the Carolina slav(' Shouldj i Mny 7lh, 1P30-2l. of '

incorporated Kentucky A...t lum. for the education, of( lion that i is acted on"ery prn pose i- ',j was murdered! in his bed by some unknown\ live to behold this result of b.botirs j I '1 otice to : I '

the l.u"and Dumb:was read and ordered t.) a >t"- (! on ; but whoever will takejp: | erson, who entered the, lower of his i will your j lrickl.kevf,. :

,, en;> I ri-.idinc. Mr. WelMer! prc''ntcd ;nifrnorial| ;, }the f pains. to examine the list of yeas and nays: ; h house at one of the back windows part and you have accomplished; more than is ex- !7tHE Market for Bricks at St. Row Wand will I.C'I< j I

r,'r,i''-i-t.: 'U'ng': aain- the' removal of tie SiMthern \i will find that in Blost cases, unless it be on milled the horrid deed coma I- hyDANIEL
Iji-liiji" Vtond !rice )li.-'ls.il'pi.! y and the e\tpn-ion of;, political or by lust stiiking him, "JOHN BISHOP of Charleston.pected December 10.: (as stated in a former ad t
on orti.en"I
snine national \
'i 1 I t-'n-;; ...iirtion; ..f the' Southern great question, on the head with unless the < '' !
lIt I iir. : Mates over tl1'II'.1' j wurarelha'e some hea\y instrument, : O'CnNNF.i.t, Esq" supply required shall hav, l,..un r,0; ,....i ;
In.. Th i-ii! :'or the; relitffof) c\'rh. Chew and the heirsof more than a bare majority for and then inflictini ten stabs near thv heart delivered. / : :yl df.l I

:,, y 1 I Win. riiH'r-on. and of Ldward Lnrrainc. deceacd.wa l. doing business." with I ] ,! "U'J 1 i
a dirk kiTilt Wm. H.
"iII'< or either of which Chase
gird r'"'d to no ensros;ed and read a third Mr. Alexander! said ( injuries .I j J11
."C1.Itru' Tlic( hill to alter the terms of credit on bond" riv till1e'l! : w'>uld have occasional death.: There weie t 'I BENJAMIN P. WRIGHT, offers lilt n- Capt. Corp tf E"'gill'r".7 I ,
f.irduiie-t: 'ii ,I "What; hIS; been the fact of hte in 1 but -fl/a} Candidate St Loa Island, Mat 7. lift0? 9 iii'
on lIlId:11'0" and merchandise imported' ? ( years: two persons in the 1 house!. besides Mr. > a to represent the County -tf. i ;

rL '. int. tii! (.' I'!lilt'.1 State J. wa# taken up j ; the :tIllcndla. |'l! I lejjard! to the l r-ory! of our proceedings, illidtlr 'While, thi'so weredomeviics! !( ;and slept ill e j of,. E>caml'hi, in the next Le ri: lutive Coo n- -- tl 'It Ii
ini-aN (f the Cum' um ttee Finance ] \ wliirh there City Taxes.
'on.rt. on and the' further, seems to be no prospect; of'a distant cl "
apartments and heard I '
the noise of
iih -i.liai'nt+ of/ "VVrs.: :Silsbee: and :Sant'urdbtvil discontinuance 1

' I-;- In-"'n ;.ijrrred to. tln bill! waInlen'd< : to be engrossedan ; ig I f ttr ? Why, the first three or l the assas>in. The first t discovery was made |I Is J.UTES PENDLETON: is presented to THE Book of ASSESSMENT! of City TnN. .

: 1 i-a1! a third time After ( months oi'the first session of Cunle.uiimcient !* ;at about 6 o'clock this 'the citizens Escambia been returned to the Office ofthe ::I
J ; pending some time in ; I morning i when the l| j j County, as a Can-; of the Board of Secretary i '
th! c .ii'-ilerainn of (! s for all the I Alderman and will
Mr.l8 j the F\po-itive bu-ne-s! the con:-id'-rati.mof necessary }purposes of young man who; resides in the(: fmiily f on didate' to represent them in; the next Lcgisbtl'C' tie! inspection of all remain open fa: t
bill .i
: providing fur the removal. legislation: h.ive Ll'l'n persoaa interested for two weeks 1
of the Inch 1 tJ'HlallCOli lJmccJ ;:: .
I h I iuj t j getting up{ perceived( window( and i Council.ln. from this date. : .1 ,
ud." j i'is yond I tu! Mi:':.-I *::' 'ipli| tvasreuuu'di and I t! '' idle and a open, sus- May 1CO.::

.. rllr'tlr. r-' ,J 1 \.i.\ ..ttt! replv) to Mr.f't. FrdinIUll. ; / iyuiuN r. ;' unprofitable debate, connected with {j peeling the house to hate been entered I! We are :,hOrl7.C't1 to announce ED WARD: Samuel Fry.

n.n. Ht'Pire Mr ?" ,... .., ..,I, .. own uerson.il I au i iandizement) orprulccnnr in robbers .
-CII.\.t I ,
ftltd' I ''' > ';e-Kslc ad- j went to apprize the old (!wntleman; LIVINGSTON DRAKE, as a Candidate 10-tf. ,, .
JO..Uf'd.. 'Ir. I r. ;;! schemes for Secretary. ,
ht'th.-: .1IN -J..v. | '
r :
party or political j and found !
him dead "
pnrP'.IC" and his t-lothes and he] to represent} E.-: cambia; County. the nex't .
rur. 1I0( J:. : -, little calculated !I William
i
to i
) the Drummond.
.. The'r. rammunicatnd Afrs-asre r'cC'ivl'd' promote public bedding drenched in blood! The sensation, I Legislative Council. 1r I, ''
from Hlf' I' ,. d'ut of the a interest. We tinel, during the }late war, when createtl in town this V :
tic. .( I'nitetl :StateThe re*othe! interest of the by must atrocious deedsurpasses SAMUEL FRY, is a Candidate for the! Htnry Dads. ) .I
}lut it't tt' "r. I)ra\ton., from the I ( country was concerned in !
cretor onmitte: + on Afihtar (.I any thing I have witnessed
'-
' >' A'f'urs; on the subject of lire: reduction oftbo nuinbe :conducting it to a successful conclusion, : here. The whole ever / Legislative Council, to represent! the. Cotin fN: this ense \\'ritnf Altac!:rr.fnt has K..IIM! 1 I
-- of.i liters of population were ama.edand + ty of E: Superior
-a} thermy of the United States \,\.a.j amidst the mostiolent oppoMtion, I Court of Esram I '
horror
en- tik"n up and dt'.cus: ed hy :\Jfh.rol.!" V'nfe and, Congress"il II stricken.. There i is no way of i HENRY WILSON is candidate tore- bin (:aunty. Slid! Davis, and all olbeis iUIH'sr
rirely the fistes ,
ever sat ion I i .i
: : : : : h( frond what pf.l air ,
, li' muntil for hereby: notified
rei&5- : the cJo+e of tr e hour. Mr. De-ha has( i i- accounting the fact-nothing was stol en present the County Es>camuia, in the to "ppcarant. plead to ,ihtf! I
the .
next
now !
; u.ual } of
the -'
the tl.'
period termination I
the of
Ir from
upon subject for this rfay. The Spraprt'.emited keg''' the house, although there : j Legislative Council. 1).tlrarion.th
WHS
: I
-rs. a written r-irnmnnieation from Judge Peck our labors. and money 18 ,0( ,-2 6tW.
,! t'lher'\'aluablp I
of 111..ajrin' defeut-e! of his conduct with I property in the rHJIlt .4 ,_ .;
t
,tiHi- the charges made against: : him of mal-practice re pert in his to || From the New Orleans! ; Courier. I where Mr. W.hite: pt. The heirs, have of- I DIFD.: On '\\-ednr-.b.! ,. evening last: TRKSLY: NOTICE.1

at tr judicial capacity. The defence, which was of/great i I The Steamboat: Cavalier; ) ariived to day; t; :ferek a reward of one thous.ind, dollars ;and{ I inf.iut: hon of Cq, : .\, ,r. Thmiitou.jJHIP .

"g'w lenirth. wa read by, the Clerk. The Ilnn-;t' of!erfrom: ''' Louisville, bi ill s tie! i the selectmen five hundred! dollars in ad di- HE( }
, : "rN renrned tin1 rmtsiderlttion melancholy ins['!!I't' :- IT Undersigned has constituted am/appointed
of the Biitfalo: ,) and lion for the ]
Jr.I. l licence: detecticn of this
of the murderer. j
( .- New Orleans Road Bill. The question was! tits C'aladonia; ; hH'ing11I1i'st on1 t i ioj' ADAM GORDON 1 Esq. .

ill, "uj.lament; f cr a third reading: and upon a division upon :! her boileis ;aboin 7 miles bllow.w: :\la-1 i' I P. S.-A person has been arrested on NEWS.PKXSACOLA. I t

''OIJ t by vra'.> and nav+. the bill wsa of.drid her !suspicion, of being the assassin; and i Attorney at Lair
rejected by a'oto : ; on way up; on the subject which' IW j jmenis : nib under- -- -'- ,
lie IIJ:t to -: 1 noiiitr i ( tin;3 l'Xii : iuu. :: 'r'. :: : ,. :
!
(' gi\ (' it !! tlcr and nCCO11mirt\'iIHT tnrll-I! m {na: f ; }::! --Arrr.ipls! : /JIIT Maria A .

iu _le-.n'.I"i*A.I.*1 n'.i __.*LV:do.I.o.IA"I'O'I'O'I\&rl._.._.. addie setl to the CumiLmu i- ;I -; ot;i ';the|); I It i is: currently reported teat, tho youni:; I Carson, N("A Crl.-.iii! : =. card') to J. t". A' C. C. I :\. S. PAUMANTinn Esq.D., his .. ,t'I t-
Agents
The JVatiitna CUrJ'CllCJ'-\rc liivo al- Caledonia.., which is ihe best auiheniicated, 1:. 'r.iau i i.. son; to the hoi! 'ekeepc-r, hiit he v.|a.-; .* Kry.-.er, t;i. \'. Iar1i'! : s. .I. UIMII ;/1,1 this mn-U-r. 'I Attorneys in 1 fact in this place nnu

-OD' rf'aclill'f'ned. the : account we have of th's f.itid; I accident.lorber I \i\'n I' arrested( in Marblehead; ; ;un{ sufl; he! !r,1'1 IIi been ,j j! t Cri.: -}',!.it i Io; t T-.K: T. T;,<-.ri lp."a{ : )Mobilf car": HascII .s
interesting of then Hunt. ..
report any remaik! ,. | in S.dem I for j or ,: ix nays wiijrli, I I j !<*. ;: :tr'iiil-s, l.'i: Utua; I .
!
Itsn Counaittet-on I Firnnce of the Senate the I I .: wts dix-i- : :": : I'j !Lundl': merchandize} Pen*: {:!a, 1st February} 1830 50
on -- --Cm
subject! ;, cJt"thc nitiond: :, { The Cavalier\ alpO cl. nfirms! ; the nrrout t of I 'I'rJ.\'I.!. lie't I was; committed: lur fur!her: (,X- l) L. Pd'I. *" ; ;
: and'C' Territory of f
JI'j j Je.jtii; currency the disaster which happened' the llunlre I ;,fiminanon.;! Florida.
; to
orj ; l'om: the \ra minrttn) papers'it'd: 1- i : II ?th.-;:mil! / 'irr \ihrji-i.! Uwh'-.N.; I Orlcnna I a<:.* tperior Court Escambia ,.
i <; :: I port of which was given in the County
Jlc..l.lthat .
on I nn:trr. Pcnsacola
the s.ine s"bjeltas presented report the !! pnpeis. She lost 2 killed, two who! jumped i The Ohio is'now r'raricU: ( I fVet ;above low'! ) 7th. Uri John Iimeraritr April29th, IZ'JQ.Q :; "'" j
to House !
11K Ann. t
1 .S.-illy; Caulfli-ul: from New Compl't
of }I" ovei board and were drownedand S water maik. StyE: 'rill of the! l-trL-e 'j '
Kc representatives on Tuesday clldt.l.l : : bo--it( : ;tr(' : l leans brand 1 y9 '
by JNIr. j to Porto Rico
crv JM'Duilie The flue of one of tIll! boilers collapsed and expected ,up.rj'b.! ."> (vrdednnia; cargo; of Tobacco and l ;i; William Barnett, Thomas
ohairni'in; of the ('Committee of I I prohal-y( the (Hour./ The 5illy? Ann I 1
I leak 3 I
Hit end hipout.. She had newt OOn'erfulont sprung a days i out Barnett, Daniel E.: !
\\ '\', illllll\PIIIS.} I succeeded in i upon; the Burch,
JO r ; : 11'e \\VMernjkv.iters t ,
I r:1 copuf this soon it is jamin
llIlI-
:. as } I prig Pens 'cola, Spear, New York 1117 Journagan, and the
boilers! full asks j
maiuing
a freight. I
:
You
li"lcdmd i ; ,
.' ; ii;! time mean time we for t : mi jht! hear her unknown heirs or legal re- J f :

("' Ihl' jilt;': m.I/inn ot our rendeis, the annex follow SiT.AMnoAT: CAt-rnosl.t, ) "baik"as: the, Keniurksans{ : .. sat: f{ur two* or I I ;itno. to Capt. Cbn-e. I presentativeld' of Thos. J | ,' J

I- ing' nil: t' cil'it from the National Al'ril18, 1S30. jl f three t milcsCillcillJUlti) American.) i :.th.-C'It'lrfI! Schr. :Maryann, Dorr, Tarn]'.ico, \\ }-( ,deceased, Defts.J : .
Intelli"enc iifl
-I: To the iI I Lumber hy the! jXHIrf day came the complainant : 't(
cer
r dlr The: \ailonal Cllrrcncy.-\\'e had the : 11'e find the following ]letter in tie! TIidl- j! Maria, Carton, N. Orleans, 20,000 the defendants William appearing Barnett, Thomas to the court$ tha: ,: ::1

pleasure= a few lots ago, 10 :MY DEAR SIR-I inclose, a statement t of moral Enquirer, as luivini!:= kern' written, bvi ;'' hrifks hv J. Murrrll.BY Dauiel f*. Burch. and the unknnwn.... ,h". ;. __ '_arneu__I __.. ,
present to -- -------
our !:
,. .,.. .... Il'ga. rl' ,j.
Jl I '
; I
the painful accident ." .n I) I -- -- pre.entatives of Thos. .
; reuiers( a luminous report of the: Senate I wtid: bete:(! our boat till *'"/ 1.l/ AH/'-. lJI'l'P I t ,Ilglund fif S. Carolina I; yond the limits Wyche, dec'd. reside be- i ,

'e t t Committee, of Finance upon the subject of I !, morning. As the object of it s to acquit 1,! to Daniel O'Connell!, (E:s CI' in relation to j j dered, that unles! of this they Territory.here It i iit therefore or- !4

the National I tho Captain of all Maine his late attack appear; on or before tho i
; whatever GUI. first
Currency, according through-i you are j upon Washington and i the i Monday September next and answer the I

c oui with the views which we have heretofore i|I at libel t toY to make. :any use! of it you think i II'II'I slave' :: holding stales. It doe- not appear te II I I II I I be plainant's taken hill complaint filed herein the same com wilt. !
I
f for
I
- had occasion I nave been I, confessed against them i '
! to take of that: subject, Wei proper. communicated hy the Bishop; himself I thereof decreed and the matter.-
i
C have now the high j The Cap'ain lost his brother who for puIJlicttJUH-Lut: t I accordingly.
t gratification of being aId was we concur in the .ice And it is further ordered that .

to state, that a report was ycsterd J! blown ovei board and has, notet been found. remark: prefixed to it in the Enquirer, that published in some authorized a copy of this in order bn t

:,. made ill the House of Representatives, fry n)Cj 1 !l The cabin p-t: engers have all. ) escaped; any I ("it deserves be placed on record us ano I 1 once A a week for four months newspaper successively.the. District

, the I injury. 1 they evidence of true copy,
, eloquent and able pen of lIr.J'lJtlffie, Yours, 'iC.FIL"CIS the falsehood! of lire mart Teste, z

..- Cliriirman of the Committee of Vays and] P. CORDIN.: i accusations against the slave holding states:' ,! GEO. F. IULTZELL ,.
I. < Cl'k S. C. 1..
Means, whiph docs honor to his talents; andself STEAM. BO\T. CAI.F.DOXIA, Aiwil I 18.r I I A. GORJ>Qf. Hol'r. C. 3No

' to 1111' incl.n''n.' ....,. .,.. .J __ A ,. I m i ne unoeJ'slg-lIed.: ; board j Charleston, (S. C.Icc.8, 1 182P. AUTHORITY.L.UVP (
|iiissciiieisoii: '
m'U\ \: lllU muusrry 01 him- me j TiC E. "
and the Committee. The .1 steam boat Caledonia, are actuated hy a !! "Should ;m\' one bavc, toU Kre: that daI N election :
, report is of I. : a I I Of TUP. UNITED furJlaorand
; '
surh length that we know sense of justice, in suiting that the distress- ;; would come when a of STATES, PASSED AT A of Aldermen for the Citv_
Pensncola
;
sense
' not when wo shall I j deep and awful{,, rum: FIK:>T aLssiox tJ will! he held at the office of thr {
he: able to it ing accident which has occurred I'duty, would of I FTr1E TWX.VTY: -FIRST Secretary of the Board ? t
' publish but of such interest that just can, \ require me, to addles! yoai.s COXRr-: :. of Aldermen, oi the first Mon: .
of
. no reader, when he comes to it in no way, be imputed to negligence orIny [I I"i I this, clay do, I would ii-it hjive' thought it day auJ close June next. Poll to open at 9 o'clock A. M.: 1 :
peruse at ;
-'dock
[PrBLlC-'io.: P.
\vouhi lack of \vh.tte\cr 2G.] M. .
wish it shorter. care on the part: of Capt. ,' I possible. JOHN

The Committee Russell, whose feeling behavior j "I An net making appropriations/ to the CAMPBELL. ) Corrms'r>,.
the
- have taken ever point i on occasion i wrote a flw wee!;< since from Baltimore pay JOHN RROfiNAIIAM, > of
Y [ expenses incurred in "
of the question ; is worthy of their warmest commendation. !J letter holding certain Indian WILLIAM A.
,
evading nothing, shrinking a which you l cannot I : Treaties. DELL > Election.RANAWAY .

flout no difficulty, avoiding no responsibili- It is further, their, belief, that' the explosion !, hate. } received( in which! T alluded.suppose!to the, JBi it enacted 1 the
t > ,
ty. The report examines the is wholly ascribable to original, but ; injustice, which you ttiouchilesslv t y Senate anti House
; question : did of
concerning to Representatives THIS
unknown defectiveness a.. of the United States DAY, n Negro Boy :about"
National of the '
a one boilers. of
whom
; Dank people, know of
as presented bv you so little :ns I America in 24 years of 5 'feet 8
the President's rnessnce 1 under] three great} PVancii p, COI bin, II chard) II. Anderson !!'I ds> orll,eslavc-holdinglmcrican'! / But you this following sums Congress be assembled, That the JL named age iuchti high, + '! t

general heads: or divisions, vi/ : First, the Jas. Magee, Carter Coapland, Koht. Potter, i day I have had an iUII'f..rti.'ct'it.'w of a letter out of appropriated, to be paid DICK {

power of the Government to establish: .\. Dunhar, J Zephmiah Osgood; S. JlurnSOil ;, Wiiirh: you appear) to Ju\'c written from Der- I otherwise any money in the Treasury, not ,

Bank as an agent for the' correct arid a :' J. P. Guthrie; J. D. Pusett, J. M. ryname in )lust Seplf m'jer' upon the in specified appropriated viz for the objects here Iho propfttr of Natharn Wilframson. Ar.f;ms-: .

administration, of the proper} Dailies, Joseph Coop, Roderick 1!1of subject : aMe reward, together with all charFee wilfbe _
financial concerns of t Perry, our cruelty nd iijustice.' 1 hat For of the "! / the subscriber( 1'l\ilL
view payment 811 delivery
Charles at his
the coun'ry : Secondly, the expediency of I Merriam, John Smith, XHS. J. Dew, !! imperfect as it WilSi\ lS to my << more the Commissioners expenses incurred by brick vnnf.
eye in
cstabliiiiing, with that view, such instiiu- John Cutlery, Jesse William, J. Allen Tha-i blasting than any w hic/i/ I have for preparing for and F. Henry Slabeck,
an holding treaties rnraMa
be- ,
years with : April 29, "
the
thin as the present Uank of the United ry, Sani'l! Payne, Logan Harper, John F. f 1 held. and Winnebago Indians .._ .s ..w 1830.--g-3. ;,

States : uud}, tliiidly l the expediency} of sub Blackwell, John f-. Jordon, J. E. Green, t! was ,and also, wIth the Chippevas, Otta- Notice -BHck-- l t
tj
& Pottawatamc
stituting, for such a ll
ernment B-uik, as proposed] in the E. J. Hulkill{ Daniel Carmichac'l': ,aicc i i of injustice has' never been dune to a brave ( Sacs and Foxes, at Prairie>> du 1' t tt
1 Chien t k
t in
the message u J. W. Heradon; :nnd! July and August ltJ.a ers
President. J. D Allen. rcnerous neonle.. than this one thousand _
I n hich)11.--,. piiht .h"1h.. ..... ...,.'.. <0",1 t... .,... h:__ 1
":.:1"1...... nt"t'I"I, ..'. ....:... A .. -- I ignorant oi our situation, oi our history'" of; --:;'''' UII" nnul-u1ne, clght thousand fA. Market will
Ic i
'V ''t.: nine
l"i hundred + St. Ro
I'lJilllS vcr fully :ln. I laws and Hiner opened at !
.7 vcluMvely .a.-- I Extract of a despath from our of our customs and of onr Y-four Jolla I t
M.ijor
argued
in the Henry prtnctpies and fourteen
The j
leporf.} deci cents. sa Island in which
sion of the Committee is Lee, Consul General of the United States at !| have dared to perpetrate. You havei For t

unequivocally{ in the Algiers;! dated i not only been of reimbursing the "rontl11g .)\ti ie '
affirmative, tin the two first of these : Algiers,20tlDeccmher,1829,I i I i guilty gross injustice to a I Indian Department ,'; ol'the 1 or ;
8,000,000
tions and ques to Mr.1 Van Buren I people whom you know not and who this an' but: I
as decidedly in the Secretary of State ; j \ aided slid }paid from 1.

the third. The various negative on "I mention those circumstances not only ) ;you with a noble and disinterested enthusiasm I Mr. Atwater contingencies to (;; nl.ral.ll'Xcil and Of BRICKS,
objections to Go I on _-
vernment Bank a to evince the efiicrcy! of the mode but you have heaped shame; and) aCt Onrt OftheJf
of
as a financial mcasuse pro- j fusion con lion, two thousand compensa mQlLc disposed of for the use of tue fortifications t
-
are which ;
perspicuously stated cecdings was prescribed to me but in I upon your own countrymen, and} those nrce hundred and ninety_ "
and the climax of the order who, lour il'jl.ars I : ad during the year 1830. '
to mark the elevation] were once admirers sixty cents.
objections it to which your and won'ti, '!
to is our na size' of
presented in For the Bricks .
terms which (tional character still if ) of THE_ must not be- less than
[laymen
and influence you permitted it be compensation due i
'We quote from the in this quarter your friends I yet to inches nor more than 8(5-5 inches. '
that
1 hi-
speak for themselves report, they may have been advanced by the prudence and 1 "Do you believe, that we, who love free one of the Commissioners, seven hundred variation in the !size is allowed, in consideration! o. j
follows ( '
as I
: of dom m and and fift -farce; dollars and ::' the unequal) ofthe
14 ability my worthy ( our fellow-men forty Tlirce shrinkage clay in and
But the inevitable }predecessor, and bv are the heartless cents. : leg it. ) horning dry .
t is
tendency of a Go the For of the desirable however '
etches that that the-
good conduct of Naval describe payment compensation and all require*
vernment Bank our commanders you because thicknc.i (2 ]-4 )
inches
to involve! we can should
the be
country in a.. in ihe JUcditerrarujan not at once do! other services of the Secretary of the produced as; lIl'n-- /
, but all that Com- lyns possible.The .
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paper system, }is not in the ; chiefly byihe )'our imagination ;.; -
mission four
opinion of the y hundred and ;
committee the ( j I prowoss of one whose, services and conceives 1o he perfection, and which thirty dollars. Bricks when offered for sale! will l he.inqrcr-
greatest objection.' The }glory who we For : of a draft ed i, and received if found
} payment .
could have drawn be
to of
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; not him the stitabb
: powerful I save m from an and I by the a quality :
and in the early hapless Experil1JC'1talltnowlecJge have to the ;
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hands of a bad ) Commissioners on the | consruclion ofthe Public Works. YViicnc\,. '
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fate. In irrefragable Secretary
this of :
istratiun' admin-I distant region this evidence to bo War, on an inspection c C
the irrcsistable and on bar: La- destructive-folly lj account of i, malts: in the rejection of :
a cargo
I to the 0:
fluence rous shore, in tongues that You have in the unfortunate presents Sacs and Foxes Brick"!, nt part of the caryt.\nfllfc (
which it would exercise are strange and moment when j' eight hundred and rcrtiied ; tad tl.! '
over the e- various the you sent forth that fifty dollars. i \\holc will he sent hack to t
r'ions' name of Decatur is document ifit Uie.ownersL
of the remember ( be j
country constitutes an objection ed in done yours) I For paying Dr. Alexander Walcott! I Th urirket: will he tlo.-cd
.honor arid repeated will an evil, which no contrition ; Cfen- on the olst; of Deeerr"
more imposing than all the respect ; his can repair oral H. Dodge John j I her or as' much >:onnrr Ir
others unit II. Kenric as th required: suppljrmay [t'?
no service
'd
No country profiling by his valour can redeem. As t and henry i furnished, ofwhich .
long! after his a Carolinian jue
matter by what means an adminisfratJOn ..I Gratiot, for services rendered II n- tied wdl{ be iven.
might get into mortal frame has mouldered into dust. So cannot reason with you upon facts of which\ i iI negotiating the safe; by them in j whenever Payrneuts nn Brirk* dp'ivt"dTi1t 'dc mai*" .

('! '!otis power, with such a ire valuable may be the virtues of one officer .I you arc ignorant. As an Irishman bewail treaties, six hundred ;' maoded} ; but it would be more ronn-- '
engine in their Land l .* it t to. dollars'{ nient that settlement xhoufd be made
would}
thn')' ** be his fellow citizens.,." your infatuation. And whilst 1 of + at the CXIirlfil' '
doomed I each
impossible to am ,] mouth ; or. of each
displace them, \XDRLU.; quarter tenninaticj .
+ trithoul to STETEXSOX r
nf miraculous + meet a variety of trials, one of the keenest spectively l on the ':3l Speaker r fllie :' !'i
interposition
Or. rho of Pr 'vidcnr.c.' The Richmond and ]hitterist of ;my feeliags{ will be that the llmise cf ltePre..etttatites. bfiptember, imd the 31t December: >
report ten ) Enquirer JOHN C. CALHOUN : .
,
Orj thousand says Alt t the}, ; The sunofnine dollars ,
most will
copies r he
contumelious
'!n'd were' insult 1 paid fur
which
counties
tl from
o be which was flung Vice thousand et'1
01 f for the use ul'thc !loin e we have Tereived any upon the land of President' of the-United States, Jirirfo delivered at ?t. Rosa I<:'and urt'*':
HCJ1rescntati adoption the conditions
have my
} r return lien was ungratefully ; and stated.
strong) ; votes 1 for the, new and President of the Senate. I .
wantonly given in the
Constitution. .I when she was flushed with; a moment Approved, April 7, 1830. i; Wm. H. Clmsc.}
victory won hy
AXDREJACKSOX.. Cap1. Corps E71 inrrr ;.

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-------- -. ---= -- :But both grew faint and weary sotUJ- Notice. I CLOTHING Bank of West Florida. t
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Ie O 1l\m1 I Reason," said Love, "the choice is oursLet's ; i THL:; Stockholders ofthe Bank of West Florida: ;
to in order of the County hereby notified, that agreeably to the
beneath this bilver moon, provisions -
j. stay AND SHOES.J.
BOOTS
AGREEABLE be sold at Public Auction. on the HATS, : of the charter: an election will be held at the

THfi VOICE OF SPKINU.nr And eleep to-night among the flowcra. ht of Mi> next, at the Navy Yard, Tartar Point, ; O'NEILL Court House in the town of Mariana, 01iOOa
I.I I.
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of April! next, for seven Directors
.. uiA&;. A DWXI-IiITTG HOUSE: I day to manage tiie
Reason replied with drooping head : received a fashionable assortment of affairs ol said Bank.ROBERT.
come, I come! ye have called me Ion?. 'neath willow The property of James Pal ker*. deceased. j HAS .' and Spring I. BEVERIDGE )

.1 come o'er the mountain with I light: and song- And pausing a weeping Terms :Sale, CASH. t! I })ETl'U'V: GAUT1ER, Sen. > Co m'

\0 may trace my steps; over the wakening earth, They made a soft carnation bed, James Finlay, I j (!Jlli@ }lliKh< JOSLPII RUSS, S "

And plac'd a rose. ud for a pillow. \ Mariana, Feb. iffth, 1830.-G-3t.
of violent
By the winds: wh'u-h tell ihc birth Administrator. which lie offers for sale low for Cash,

By the primrose stars in the shadowy ;;ras; March 1st, 1830.2. |II AMONG WHICH ARE; -
But le-rt another storm might rise, I NOTICE.SIX
Hy the green leaves opening a.il pass.I Black, blue, brown and olive dress and frock superfine .
Of which they'd have too little warning, Notice. i cloibCOATS weeks after date, I shall apply to the Prf'Mid.
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have breath'd on the south ; and chc..nut flowers, One was to watch the changing fkic, & PANTALOONS. Ju ,tic Jackson County. Court, for lettersof

By thousands )have burst from the forest bowers: And one to sleep, by turns till morning. Territory i f Florida, ) :! I Adaiin'iBtraliou de bonis non,on the estate of CadcnFairchilds
\ R caisii'i i ('mUll y. ) \ Bang! (Ii|) cord, cassinet, drilling! and Circassian do tJccca cd. :
And the ancient and the fallen! fanes,
graves MARY
: : JOUKNAGAN having npj.1 p,! FAIRCIIILDS.
VESTS
Arc nil'l]with wreaths on Italian }plains! I Thus each awhile in slumber lay : BENJAMIN nnncupalivu will of the late JilniCauley : :March 10th, 1830-4-Gt. '

HIlL it i is not for me, in my ln-ur of hloom. I Each uatch'd the other's couch. of roses! : of said county, deceased.! plain black and figuied sill velvet! valentia, toil
blue and black cloth
lIe't. fancy and plain silk, ALBRIGflT1SCOLUMBIAN :
To speak of the ruin or the tomb And this is why they always say ()rkrcd..Jhat \Vih;1 a vaiioty ofROUND s/.

1 1AIUf When Lore aicakis, Reason rrj>oscs. I Saturday the 171h day ol. April nf'xtlt | SYRUP. _

I have pas&'d o'er the hills! of tho stormy North, I o'clock, A. M. he' 8j)1'0-It'd to I piove the san R. I In JACKETS, REMEDY which has proved iUclisuperior l toSwaim's
I1RPOF TIll ISLE. A
\Yc. t Point. i
the larch Ins all it* tassels! foith, I: ( i tie House of James Spdlman, in l Inrid'i, w lie e
hung of the Panaceas
I .. ... Tine frilled And plain Irish linenSHIRTS 1Jl or any for tIc cure .
-- :. nil ;; illlClf''h tI, ran and show ,:
appear
The fisher in out on the s-urnycca, ,I pprso'-- of me following diseases, -ir. : ;
I if they lime why said \\ ill should! not j :
cause Mil v
jndthe reirhlc'r: bound through the pasture fre", The Territory Florida. Western : Mini this order he NECROSIS, (affection of the bones,) KING'SEVIL J
he admin.{ >"l to pi'oKiiie, that i ; du U, clirck cotton and flannel do. SCROFULA,) WHITE SIVKLLIKC ; _
And the pine has a fringe of a softer green, I Pt21'l t.ln'tl! in I he !'(' >nco!;- (irizetie$ ai.d served on j (or
Court of and iuveteiate ULCERS j
1)is1rict1perior City CANCEROUS, ;
An.ltH<> tnns- looks blight: x.liciu my step has been.I the iK-diiil t i elation* I 1-1111\\:1. j DRA WEBS. and BILIOUS COMPLAINTS ; !

Pensncola.Wednesday. 'finmi IIY Twitolicl! I Blark Italian>k CRAVATS, LIVER RHEUMATIC affections of thc.headofthe &. YSItn l lgenerallv

Ijave sent through the wood-paths a gentle sigh, 91/ ])(rOlitrr 1S29. /'. ./. C. C. i: plain aiiil fancy do. i

And have call'd out each voice of the derp blue bky, Pen>:aroh. Fi-b. Wi! 'OH.: !) -r.'J-tf! Silk; Hiuid.rrrhiefs: !! (J'ovps.' IJosirry, striped Sns ULcih1'S MOUTH and TIlR<> .%T. !

I From the night birds I lay,through the starry time, William A. Bell, on Lilull'of 1 l'''inttr> I HUH and CapsVilh SYPHILIS, and all other diseases arising in the ;
Louisa Biauain
In the groves( of the soft lIe'vcrian clime VS.! In Chancery. ;\'f\C \? \ I Domestic and Pier? Goods.I'lMKiimln. improper use of MERCURY.article cleanser the
I-Vl.nii.iv' 7, 182l' 4 tf.NOTICED As a general depuraiiye or
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To the swan's wild note by the Irclanellahl'?, John Davis', Gabriel Tuar, J To Nancy, T3rantlcy defendant in a Mood, tlii remedy possesses invaluable power; j it

When the dark fir bough into verdure breaks. and Llleu Foster.:: improves the appetite, and has Also the remarkable "
.
And now, to wit. Wednesday, the ninth I suit in Chancery, depending cHvct of depriving the shin of hat yellow bilious .
&1 IX wcftks after date (as one of the largest: erc-
From the streams and the founts I have loosed tho clay of December in the year of our Loidunc. I the! :} Jackson Superior Court, v, ditors. ,) 1 hall applv to the Hon. Jndze of the tint, which is so cummon in bilious ccnstilutions. .i'

chain; ,.. thousand! eight hundred nnd) twenty nine, I I Florida. County Court nf Jirk; >on County, for letters of Administration J. ALBRIGHTfhiladtlphio.. i

* } on to the sllrcry main before the Court West on the estate; of iseth. S. Langrftoii, tIe-
They"arc sweeping; ; Superior of The
Appears rjnAKC NOTICE that I shall on the first Von9 ciwed. praprictor, in offering his "CcUjMBUJr: !

They are flashing down fn-m tho mountain's brows, I Ip Florida, in chancery setting, the said Complainant day of April in th-: :If( ::cnt year at Canton in ; ThOMAS:\ ORMAN. SYRUP" to the public, furnishes a few of the nrnrcmarkable 1'

rrhc.yare flinging spray on the f forest boughs. ; ; and it appearing; to the Court that Wilcoelt County, Ai ihaina, proceed to t.iki tin WebuviUe, April Fih, Ir W. cuie, performed by the same in It'.ti-;

They are bursting; fresh from their: sparry ca'cs.hu'd that tIle said Louisa Dranam claims to be n ;j jfrro depositions or George Chri..tianrri ht Hire, Jesse mony of its supt-nor remedial powers asgiten him .
Hice, Aaron Livingston Joshua Sloano: James CHAMBERS by in I
; AT County Court respectable persons lesiding different
part*
ofwa.c:3.Come
the earth resounds wihjo t woman of colour, and that she has been : Charles. Jamesld1il! of the United Slates
Battell, Daniel Horry, Gee, of Esc.unbia 1830. ns a just merit due to the
County April )jOHDERED
rnoneou&ly called Eliza Jane and states that I lan, and continue from day to day, until the same are same, as well as being the means of conveying to '.
forth, 0 ye children gladness!; come silo was brought to Pensacola by the said I complete ; to I.R tend as evidence in the suit clcP"IH'lill That! the following per- shcir fellow creatures who are similarly afflicted a ;

Where the violets lie may he yet your home, Jolm Davis and that she was born in Camden ,!! :i"I ahov, wheiein I am complainant and appointed Managers of an I. sure, speedy I and effectual 1 remedy-aware, that 1

Vc of the rose check and dew bright eye, yon are 1'I! .Midant.Jivea !1 Election, to bo lu-M on the ti.. st Monday ol many medicines! are at this time distributed aoout
in the Stale of South Carolina, and ( under my hand this day of i-hrnary! ] -3O. the country, held forth to cure dise* es, :
June for the choice of upon :-
Anit the bouuding foot step to meet me fly, next, ; two persons to
e raised by the Rev. Isaac Smith, :ho now resides Jonathan Brantley. 'I' which liiey have not the slightest influence, some .J

And the J lyjc, and the wreath, and th" joyous lay, on Pearl Hiver ; and it also appearing r,-l> : 20th-p,2-tf represent tilt! county of Escambia, in the of which thejnhad tried previous to the use of the '
I nnry next Legislative Council fur this be their '.
Territory. i as seen by
syrup may own attestatons.
Conic. forth to the sunshine may not s-tay. that; t the said John Davis is not found within:

this Disnirf, and thai the s.iid ( ;ibii let l Turn Territory of Florida I At the Court If wise, in Ptnscteola: : The medicine for the is so..ure highly of VII reputed ious diseases by some that ofthepbysianns to :

Away from tho dwellings: ofcarc-worn: men, and Ellen! Foster disclaim! all ;inlcicst; in- this \\;-estern District, uperinr Court, John Jerrison. jr., Joseph ( onifu)', John the proprietors own knowledge, ten gentlemen cf '

in wood and. I A. Deblois.At the medicnl faculty were induced to it in ;
The waters are c iparkling glen mafiei : It is ordered that; public' notice be try diseases 5-

Away from till chamber and du-ky hearth published! in the -iivcola; (i;zeue, once a l Escambia County. the. House af Peter llourgct Navy to which they themselves had been subject,
and found benefit from its .
great use ; one pariicu.Inrly
'Th yiMinj Ieavt'j< are dancing in breezy I .il the week for tli; space' ol two months) citing and FALL TERM 1829. Yard :- residing Allentown N. J. whose dissolution

Their lici i.t bU-ms thrill to the wild wu,d trains, 'idmoni:>hiii,
And ihe youth is abioad in my grcvu domr.ms. 0'IttE! J,('I. SOIlS inic: I ('51 id or)I claiming I to 'he Public Notice I }Foster S. Chapman.; ) pUint, which had previously remitted hU own treatment

imries.1 I ? in the s;;id Louisa !'ran; : ' But vj arc chanrcd! :,mce ye mot rae last ; James Allen OscarC. lo the enjoyment of peifecl health,
> : Uliza: ; Jtitu to be iiiid be; I ( Spilman< Simpson, : :
I aj-jiear') ore Ihe IC \\Jnnus Quill, 1 '1'11.\1'I I th'H<.i'it! ha.= I h"11 j inJ The accounts which hnve- been received from
A hlftde i of earth ha been roniulousl i Muse.
> I ;(Ill II: at the I not U nil I ihricoi l f, t tu b/-licldt-u I Itt /-- J. titi'ti-d hv. atiacl.iiicisJ.. :: in the ; ngL-iiH iu different p..rts of tie! L'ninn, speaking of

Which speaks a world ln-re tlit! flowers mutt die I lli<; Com I House I i in tne Cilv of)t Pensscol.i; Iri'lii in tyJrnrn. (\\Snp"it: / >r ( 'iu.t.! IIeam-i-j: Af fin: Hi nine tf William ,.ummond. I Hie goo-l effect produced &by the tjrtip me suiTi-

\p'mill'but! smiles! haih a dimness yet- L'," ..1v. Tin- I I.fltiallt and all I otlu-r in- i t. ."/ yli/f llsraiiihui firrr this time
your tin. ;)i'' fust Mondi.y of lay uexi, to inter-: j| : ; { "r-t-n- I :> r''f :- iciii to compile it an octavo: voluu.e of

Oh \\hut ha\c '.e look'd. on since !last we mct.J poke tht! -ir tluini: to liie! said:i colomcd! ntan:! '';. I I-MI. .-''".: ;:r.* hf-rchv required tu appear' aid jilc.td to i \\ i'liam' Drummond, Joh: laincs, Peter ni'uardi: of two :humlicd piigts: to ctiumcratt alt
!:n' I" cl.i.'atioti.( ; thicures..
anil: 10 :ni.>wer to tl,,,. bill of compiititit:: ilL riu j i r.-/s.-K ', \VilI\inson.
.' and I |t .d.i.! January; Fth, lSr,0: --1(1-1(; : t.Gatos Thr dUCI of the Cohinihfni' ; "
!
Ye are changed; ye are chunked sec nOt fd.-d.) At /fnuscoflt.. L. Cotton, TVcsl side Syrup, are judi-
here ci-uisly pioporliou?d, and adapltd to the isgt- and.
A Huo( cojiy fro.'ii the IlVcutJ. i: 1 'f:" I'rfll)1(1 rll'ri'- stiengHi! of the human system. It i is so perfectly
All whom I saw in the ,'anish'd.cr.r., !i tl.tl iJ ( I II. L. CottL-UjJolm EJgcly:: ; : ?I.1C1Viikin- innocent, that no evil erects need be nppreiiended!

There were graceful heads with their ringlets: bright, W. Ilas.ill Hunt hand choice !, son.j from it, when taken agreeably' to ihc directions.
I constantly on a
Which tops'd! in the brrr=p \\ ith a play oiT2t:: : C.Ii-rk Si/pr. ('(,/d. TV! >7 Florid {\I Keeps ; j At! tJir House if 1J.. Harrison; Black It may br given without any apprehension to the
I selection! : of ii'ost lender infant or feeble adi.lt.
1'lu'Tct'erc eyes in who-*- glitleriiifi, laughter; lay; --- -.- I I\ Water : MEDICAL RLCUMMKMIATORY NOTICE. '

, "so faint.. remembrance' of tlall (:> viy. Notice.1J. i GROCEltIES.consisting ;I John Iluni, F. J. lIIfliJfl, Joseph For- Having rctoininendc-d tIe use of J. Albrihgt's >

I jsyjli.1 "COLUMBIAN: SVRUP" in my own private practice '
.. indM! in 11!:,' ITN'OA: COI.t ..\ ofSIfJf'rior .
I know whence the shadow come o''r"p.now, jiprwns Signed.) for nearly tw. ) rnri, and having w iinetsn'o= its decided 1
\ (JA/jymOlTICi l : for ( '
SnliMnptif.u: : : \1'' in
Yc havertrewn the dust!' or the funnv hruYe \\" : Jjif/iiors, efficacy many cases which had previously :
\'CIttSItr! } and 10" !p! illi'g-! ::rc i :!jiii-"ic-.l( to liIill,.' Tinirtby Twitchell resisted the usual leme( i("". I now \\ilh mui !1' Ire. 1
has e given the lovely' to rarthV embrace, I i IIICl iate Tftis ,
lii pinunt. r ;
I sure give my testimony in is: livour, and will ipn.tp JI
She hath taken the fairest beauty's! rare .Jall\l;" 1.: IIt, IH/I.: / fcfgfirs' I: Presiding; ; Jusfitc, Jlscamlia County.S a few ofthe most remaikni'I.' ture* pci formed ly .
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With their laughm; ':'y"j P, and! their fi-ftnl; rrown Florida I: 'C : = .\ :ivi L'EL i: FRY, CI.IKK.Territory : : I the sine which came under mv- notice.
Territory of 'l' Mr. John Ilinckle's son, of' Ahiugton( township
They have gone Horn amongst you in vsleiire: u-jwn. I .
\\ $ (: l Disirirt.1 Sujerior) Conn, Fresh j''lor' 1 : of I."lora' a. I Montgomery county, l'a. nlcrratiwn* of the mouth ;
I and tiiroat! mid violent iniI niiitiiiGii <:f the eyes
'71.--: have gcu': f..yr.j among.-1.; you, tie! i.right! and j jJliir j:I .1Zkr4Uh1. I f[ liftnia, &('. f\'c.' Western Disti'n /, Si,;//: ..illr/ Court, Escambia I I rh"lllis'-3sf.| had de.o'rnyed! the soft parts of ihe

: : t ( 'throat nd roof of the mouth. that it I.iid hate :
Dr.c. TKPvM 9. j i Which he oflVr.fi; >r' sale on the ino.M! ;.cconmoda-: (111"/ at
Y*!! have J'N; the :;11':1" of their fhiniu! h.lir- 1 I J<,n But ( know ", V : 1""n'1 Xl > Andrew P. Simpson A;John A Simpson "'\ >.. Pl'lt'rsoll, of Wilmington, Del confirmrJ .
cii.cv.
Will ii'i \\\\w\ time\ ialN: Iii)',li. ht, T.; LXtncy :; I ) U VJ1 Vj
i v ndm'rs John !cc.\t .md' JuhnIdglt' Scr.ifula, under which she 1 laho"red l ne.-nly threey
I ,.! Hruiit!' ". of ;Simpson: j g ::1
i-t1l find terntVre! with the! ir C yosof i.iht; ; ) I ; : She had extensive scrofulous ul\cralien ..
of : ". ( c cnrs. :
: An Divorce.MnjiiMMrniL' : l'O'} isthig )
"Where IaiK 'IH:reaft ; the

I Urry no lonii-r-fujew ell: ):n wdl. 1 the ,'!; tu I the'a'i'n;; ;; ., off'':" ( 'curt tir.t/; I: Fancy Chairs, The unknown hHr orroprp-intatives of I I U breast Tory much enlarged ; her left arm hvvolien 1
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t'dint .r
r'iih."j f : It
; : 11\ ; Ti-rrilory. i j'.4I
I and useless and her the nC'uctrd side
Thomas J. *, d.% a.-i-d. J head on re
: Wychf n :
I I tJierv-Ji:; *ordered. thrsl I :: ''l.i l ; r.i-u 1 lt: M.t Inr;, i;.-arinz: Tj ': Ladies 'VorlStands, : the shouliler violen her
Tho B UI.S' \ their counsel. clini:11on and pain in ;
i is day camf thpronipl-iinantP hy
Bummer hakui:1p.; { on s.ft uin ls }hoe fI1'" I!ho pest term ofthi-' I
j ''lrI Dining Tables fi. motiiin. and it .' atisfiictionof f General Thomas Say tier, of Rlionmaticdffection
j (In : : to the system.
\ may press the grajie.ye may; bind the corn j I It t i is further order'l l that, n copy of this! ;! order l bepitili 11J'Ctt11L;! : the head followed obstintfion of
I the court by atl'.davit: filed, I that the unknown legal ol by an
F.T iiie. I depart to a brighitr shore, : I I"'III'! d I in some HIM! .'1.t''!ic a UI!I jritl I I n 11'\''-|,;ajejvj a llurcmis, &c. &-o.AT j nostrils in thl"wul'p.r eKtenJ- '.
the pain ,
iif hfirs or r"I'Tt'-cn.ati\[ : (' ;; of Thomas J. W}che de- ; severe ) $ jaw
l"t'are marked j this Territoiy, for thiee! 11:01111HHTf.jH.J: : iV. the rs't"'v York prices, to close a Con.igntncul.Mnrih from the the ch"rk bones the" checks
by care.e are mine no more, I cea'-ed.; are 11.lt iiihahitaiiNof; tins Territhr)'. It is ins: nose over : ;
I gj wheret-.e! lov'd who- have 1-ttyoti hveJ! i. l- ot..A.} Lett j;., J----: ) : -tfO 'I th.Tt'iilrplmtNed, that iiiihs they appear here on or exhibilitis- higli state of iuflaumiaiioii.. VaUntine ;

And ihp flowers Clc.4G13t I befoii! the lirst Monday; .,f 7clllb.r next and an- \ Horact I of ulceraiioi- ul the left r. ..tril, u-e not 1ica1Ii1zxre I \,cU, llirc- ; ; of the loss of snul.! ditiiculty of _,
i"RESI! CJTfawTtT \ver ttiffotnplaint! tilrd !hcrr-in, the !same will betaken same ;
wcil i I I ) jttk mjicjtrJuXiF for ronies-ifd, ainl the! maitf: $ thereof decreedaccordingly. hreathing, and sevue pain Of the sylin.-Mt.: 1
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; l'rontlic At.-c I*<,//4 .1uricaz. 1: Notice ariivcd and fir sale !by the UiidcikigncdONSTST1NG And it i is further ordered that a copy of this order ullie Rlictiiiiatism. with which die/ had been I
< I !he pulilishod! in som< tiitthorixed nevv.-pajier. printed afilictcd upwaiiis oT sixteen years ; her son of scald t.J t.JChI

LOVE: A> U UI2ASOX. I {;;j I IX: uvuksaftf. rl.1t1) I shan; apply i to : OF in the District afoit.-Jii.l.; oucc a week for four iontIiucccsiv.ly. hiad and daughter of scoibutic nlTcttioii of the
Clack, I llt; "" u, ami (;1 (!'.II BomltazrcnCoatoos :
: the presiding J ti1ic( ') of .ibe) County :: um "nd (I 1sf barge<< fiom the left car.-Stephen ;
AS ALLHOORV.One and Frock Coats A true copy Snare's son of cinous: affection of the shin ; nearlythe !
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Court of Ktcambia Count for leurs ur'llllJillistratH ,
' night, when} Love, oppressed with! pain, i Aiprc.i: Circassian, and French Linen do. with a Tcrte; (J HO. F. BALTZELL. whole of the shin hour was destroyed, together
Had thrown a
And gone to cool his throbbing brain, I Juan Fernandez, Deceased: : :\. fiORDn.v, Sal'r.Johuathan James M'.Minn, of liver icmplain: Mitd rstlupa,
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I Wveitof
JACKETS. ------- which he hacllll"/t"l- ofnineyears.-Ms.
To roam awhile by ltea oD':; li\'cr, I l1Jilllllti o1zaltz. Brant Icy, Cunijiaiuaut, ) ulctialtd: sore m:>ulh ami throat, and her daughter

.. j Ponsarola, March(5ih,, l! .JO-2-tf Fine, plain. null( fiillct llnm: shirts, ; Black heal.I. t's. > !N CHANCERY.: hciotola. Besides! the dil eases above enumeratcd
V S Upon tile" hank or-roses, gay, -_ : -'- --- I I..II ciavats n ud stocks : silk! pocket h llIctkrl- dJipf;_ Nancy Brantley, Defendant ) I prescribed Slruptith great iucccss
Which fiinge the edge of Refi ou' I .l I "iii, and cotton Hosiery ; black horse skin. ;, Rcavei' j riMlHS day came the t"olUl'lainaut by his Counsel!, in mercurial cases and secondary &,;.hll1a
water, ,1bliciJticc and. linen pi IJ\.<-s ; sill., rolion ;uid lorMed stis t tprn.icts _U and! it appearing to thw Court by the affidavit In giving this testimony' of the merits of the
I And saw a dt rub girl at play, I F. iitewart, that the defendant resides out "
CharloH ;
; hl-irU, white and s..tli l luits/of fine 'li- [ 0 Columbian Syrup, I have divested my_language
t And knew the romp-for Reason's daughter.; i is iiKHiry GIVE; hII1I1 10111.111 1.1111111, with a general supp'v qn ofBOOTS ofthe District and Territory raid has not answered j I entirely of technical terms, tti.. Ietert. be uuucr-
Jasrjih Y. Cru-ul, ) THAT this suit has brcnr the biil of rom plaint filed in this caU'C. It is therefore dt'l.sluoll by thobO, to whom it is intei.ded to convey

.. .'Come }hither hither I instituted by attachment ill fT1 ordered that unless said defendant appear here j jon I jt, effects. The length of lime the diseases have
t blooming child- Carlos De Jolliers, } the Superior Court KscamAdminiUrator or before the necond Monday of June next and' i.een dissipated, convinces me, that the tUTU are

J Long nave I sought to have thee near me il..ct'cJ of J Lila (;Ullllly. The defendant AND answer the complainant's herein, the *ame shall I permanent, and !it may with: propriety be sid that

roam among thoRe roses wild- Carlos DC Vdliers. J and all other persons ililc.resh',1 ShOES 4'c. !he taken for confessed against her, and the matters js healing qualities rank it among the first icmt'

I I've not my bow-you need not fear me !" arc hen-by required to appear, and plead to therein decreed accordingly. dies of the present day.
t this declination. J. O'Neill. I And it is further ordered that a copy of this and the V.Thiladelphia .
JOHN 1. MAYWEG, M
i IVnsacola: May 12th, 1829.14tf.Notice.! fore,!! >nag order be p Mished in some newspaper' of '
March 5 1828.;
; Aa Love pronounced the maiden's name, TijjI0t10 this District, once a mouth for four months suece he- ,
From his I The above mentioned Medicine CAn be procured
; bright wing he pluck'd a feather:
ly.A
IS JIEUEBY true from the minutes. at three dollars per quart Lottie of the Subscribers
copy
GIVEN
Pleased with the proffer'd toy, she came, | certificates
the
.. Pedro Sans S. BRYAN, Clerk. who will exhibit to any person applying,
I And hand in hand they roam'd together. rs.Tcrrsa l( tIlted THAT by attachment this suit has in hren the inti! TilE subscriber intends leaving tin place for the Mariana,Jackson County, W. D. F. of cures alluded/ to by Doctor Mayweg.Vanbaun .

I. Bru, } Court, Kwamhia; Superior : on the 1st (.f May next ; and. once mure March 2Uth( J3: !}. & Wilson.

At length there roge a tempest wild, Lorenzo Rru and J The Defendant and all other County.persons requests all persons indebted. to the late firm of I,|I Thos. Bultzell, Complt's Attorney. Pensacola, 16th January, I82i

Though Reason thought 'twas not unpleasing ; Filory.n Bru. interested! are hereby required llaincs & Gates, I Johnathan ) Is CHANCEUV on -

But storms scarce felt by Reason's child to appear and plead to theOeeluration. or to himself, 1 for Di- FOR SALE.
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P.Mi I acola Oct. :30il, I 9-3ntf.. (\Vho'm notes or accounts have become >application
I To gl'lLcile Love ap4>ear'd, oh free/iug due) to make immediate payment. Those wHo do Nancy S* vorce.
Hugh Cat>cty. Complaiuunt, 1 not avail themselves of this notice, must not complain : nppea1 : of Court that the THF. Schooner C:; ZAB, :BS AZfD

. *s- > IN CUAXCLRY. they find the accounts in the hands of an defendant 1'orritory-it is there- as she now lies at l\frJohn Gard
'Oh :screen me from tnis ic/air! Allen! &. Lewis, Def'ts.I ) Attorney for collection. fore ordered set for hearing the ner's Ship Yard, Uayou Mulatto, paid vessel!' l i. about

1 My wings are all too wet for flying! Samuel Gates. next term of :100 tons burthen. The Hull to be sold separate or -
I'f appearing' to the Court that the Defendants are I It i.* further of this order be pubI together with t1: e cables! anchor! sails, rigging, and
take that fair
Oh bosom !
q1 tHe to I Pensacola
not residents of this March 15 t830-=
Distrirt i and 3tf.
they having I li. : Said Love to Reason, softly sighing. I failed: to answer the bill of complaint! in this rase-it I three months
I ill therefore ordered that unless the said Defendants NOTICE.TnjIJE ALSO,
A true .
appear hew on or before the Kecojid Monday in June I copy io't. The loop PHUBTi, about 30 tons burthen. "
S. BRYAN Clfrh.
p And nestling np ID Reason's form, ( Subscriber rabies
next, and answer the complainant's bill! herein the I publicly notifies nil persons well known in the brick trade, well found with
i II : Mariana Jl\ck D. F.
Spread his chill wings on Reason's shoulder Hame will betaken for confessed agaInst them, and I , ; I the thereof I I of a certain Wharf nnd in the of Mobile, of the best of materialsand
And this \it why u Love grows warm, matters decreed! accordingly. And it is Carpenters' Shop, situated Thos.< Baltzell built bay
further ordered that a copy of this order be near the mouth ()Bayou Mulatto together with all carries about 12,000 bricks.
published
y Jliason, they ay, grows always cold" in some public! newspaper of this District for four the building. materials in said Shop, and an unfinished The sails, ripping, &c., can bo seen at the subscri! i- i

months successively I ,once a week.A vessel lying at said Wharf. And he hereby ber'*store, and if not sold with the vesse), they will! ,-t

The Zephyr now rode down the nit, true copy from the minutes. I,. warns all per&oiiB a ain.t buying from John 44 FIRST 88-95 tons, built in Co.. be sold in lota to suit -!

s. BRYAN Gardner or any other-individual .ofthe above f9 necnh best materials. length purchasers.N. II. Allen
And kiu'd the rain-drops from the creases ; Clcr!". fny ,
Mariana, Jackson County, W. D. F. meniioned property. 63 feet, .' inches, depth! '; feet S
And Love upbraided Renson's hair, ;March J ttOili, J::-:Jfj.Tholl. Jeremiah R. II. Smith. inches, will cash or ao approvednote :t Agent for Edward L. Brown, and-

t.1d dried hit wings with Rewon'e! tresses. BaUzell, Compl't Attorney. A pfd! 1st, 1930-S-8j. eppJy! Thomas Jefferson- flro.Pcpa'eo .
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