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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 15, 1830
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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I'RINTKI: WiU.HY: [PUBLIC-No. 28.] course, on account ol the nani", ills e>|Jlt ucialfaxoiite. his chariot at his door, and went in. Hi.-, t..at he wild put out his hand to me, in my

J. :lt'O>DI ::0:1 MOOZU:, An act authorizing the Secretary of the During all this time ho :had the countenance. paler than usual, showed that haste to tale' it when offered, had advanced t

OR TJIi E: I'JIOI'IUETOII;, Treasury!: ; to refund a sum of money, pow pain of knowing thai the heart of 'tier l-elov- j I Ills mind was agitated, and that lie was think- my left hmd,-what, said he 'give your '
in the m
1) \\\)>\\:;\\\ '1" t> L t''\xt LlVYs'3K I 7:Vit Treasury c.nartrtl; to Charles Ilrnry'llall. ed was occupied by another ;-.inai, as he ing of the nobleman to whom he had once friend yourjleft hand npon such an O occasion "

: ly the Senate and 7/owsc Kimsflf c'Kjjrosses! it, looked! for'a hand and countenance! in his introduction 1 showed tie cause, and immediately chang; t. :

Tin I IUNIIED of Rfprcsrntaticcs of the United States of Her !'ig1.s"! ere not 'tor him. ; tl her lie was to the House. HR said to me- ing the um ella to the other hand, I gave + 1

: St 1.Z: SJ I Ana-lea, tit Congress assembled, Tii.tt) the Even a? a brother ; hat no\ more.:' "I am glad you happened to come in ; I am i him my right hand\ ; which he shook and : 1

Secretary: of the Treasury i is heirbjuuhor f going to take seat, perhaps will co'wilh pressed warhl I
my
AND OF Till: I tTERUTORY Nrlitbet- it, indeed: probable, Ind 1 even you !
OF FLORIDA ; i ir.ed to refund to Charles Henry If..11 the j her anVciions been disengaged, thAt Lord me. I expressed my readiness lo attend In the onth of April he was again( 1+

-.... ... sinnof i\vo thousand one hundred ami !sevn- :'' Byron would, at this time, have hf't'Jsc- l.im; ; while at the same time I concealed tempted to ty his success in the House of I

,; \ E'I. I I ty lli!ir: 'dolJarsbinjr nett Proccc(1.afer! lected as t tie! object of them A U';: oritv oft the shock I !ft.Jt on thinking that this Lords, and, oath) motion of Lord Donqugh- T

I'ivi-IOL1.11.i.: ;>erauiiin.; in ad\ance n.nment : 'j |i:>.yin'; the duties, of four hundred] and twenty U' years: give to a girl, "on iheev of wo young 11,011who., by bitch, fortune, and talent morn for ( 'j.nL' consideration the claims \ 1-.1;

i i": ,1'l-'!Tell MX ui.mths: SLLLA2! : j two 'asks of wine, imported into JNCw naahood."an advance into life, airh which: stood high in life, should have lived so of the Irish Catholics, delivered his semi : If

will l"C rnjuiri-d. | Orleans) ; in the brig Sarah, by II t/nrd: anrlVil the buts keep no proportionate pace. Miss unconnected and neglected; by person of his ments strongly in favor ot to| proposition. I .

li-: ',\tn'rli' +'iiK'iiN: inserted conspicuously at ONI; I \ \ ? urns, and impiopcily cotuuMiinrd: for an Chaworth! looked upon Byron as a mere own r.ink, that there \\ .1 s> not a single( mi'tn- His display on this occasion, seen* to havo t 1

i',t.L. '. i Ilr <-\c.fomtwn I lines: r less, fair i iI ;al'/n"'! .! Retch; ) oft tle;: irveiiuo hws I: ; I'roci- school-boy. lie u-as, in his. m anhcrstrio( ) :i i h'r of the Senate to which '10 buloiiged, to been less promising than in his first Assay.His i ,

the I urL ul:'eruuu..uJ j I I'j IFTY CENTS, Far: cat: I I (//.'/, The said: iidl;. shall produce sli,1ctu-; : :: ; at that potiod, rough and oddand (as I have j whom he could or would apply to introduce delivery was thought mouthing
Cntltmllti111r.-ltter 1 r>n' ': hv the sanut rnlp ;i. ry e\tl'I1CC! to sID v that the said w:lies in''j heard} from than: him ill a manner becoming his hitth. I saw theatrical, being infected, I take for granted : 1

_'.' -'; ,.. _--.-,.._....- '. fort I LN; >nprd] to him, and that he is in {person means popular!more among girls, one of quarter his own) !by:Igf no>. I I, that he felt the situation: and I fully partook (having never heard him speak in Parliament .;

rc l L' !, a _",1 rn'itlcd to receive such part of tile proceeds ff, a a t any moment, 'however) lie !had flattemod his indignation. ) with the same; chanting tone that dis '

010; I i ;is now remain in the Trrusury.Appiovcd himself with llu hope of being loved! by her, I ". flcr some talk about the Satire: the figures the rocitrition: of poetry, a tone contracted : ; ::1.1-

I last sheets! ofwhich in the I at most of the public schools but !
Household and I{;tch'nFU ], April Ijlh, liSh'O.: a circumstance tr.rntioned in his "1\1 mll- were press, acroinpinied ; ,
Lord the 1J0u particularly perhaps at Harron and ";
ir.mla of ihc Ryron to :)( He more ,
: as one : most painful of t thcmiliations thU31'
lRNII, "' [Punt.n;-No.2g.; ] which UK receivi! i;ii;r. imt.+ of I lhe" ante chambers hv cjicio; chiR2 just enough on the boundaries .1 :
J jw. I I to lliediictt: in bis:: '"pf
atC : D '' of hiofiiceis( ; in attendance with of to offend those ears mOlt by which
An some I song
act for the relief ufdu' j\le)1 el1tile;: Insurance I"= iid\; exposed\ hint, !must Irate h-i:( ihttimh in, j'
At 11 O\Jiocx! A. M. whom he .tilt! .1 the ftes he had is best enjoyed and understood."On .
Ctimp.my, in Salcm, :Mci] >;;chiisetts.ft with dreadful certainty, upon his heart. lie M respecting : song ,

C'< \ .>.iiniv rile lMu day of fhe (pr ".'Mit tnnnlK,, ,: it ctutctnl Inj the Senate and louse t'itilrrV I!' told of; ur overheard 3Iiss Cha- to pay. One of them Went to apprise the t the 2c> of June in presenting a pf'

bi ..1 I tfhattofG-r f"..hio! ;.Se?fur!KUSKIfOL slipIt! ill C;.u AND IIuti-K1TTII.t,!\ala\ :.. l of! Rfpresr.ntat'rccs of the United States cf worth saving to her maid, Do you think! I the Lord Chancellor: of his being there, and liiiou to the Houso of Lurds, lie made his j

1.:N; 1 FUHM l'I URI<, cunci'ti i g; of ovrv aiiirle leqtmitp America, in Congress assembled, That the could care any thing fur t th I ...I lame boy ?" soon returned for him. There; were very third and last appearance, o* an orator in 1

tor a la IlJIII)'. (;.tratCgn's' of |h.: ai licit s Secretary' of the TreiiMiry; : be, and he is 'I'lus speech, as iio himself described it, was few(! persons in !the H >pe. Lord Eldon! rues that assembly in his way from the House I 1

can o-' f"'{'IIIl' lilt sti1,s..tili.-is "-lore, and'ilifunutuir hereby: authorized and re-quired to rep.iy to j like a shot through his heart. Thos il Ij Lite Cohtjj: till 0111'ii some 01 d IIJ.1ry business. ., that day, he called, I remember: at my lodgings '

iniiid Fcsitivf) on felts lh"-dI, thought helooked < and found me dressing in a very great 1 t

tile Insurance in Salem Massachusetts of the luuiao arul! still paler than :'" 'f 'H' ; and JIt' ('('r- hurry for dinner. lie was, I recollect, in a
;, otdi-i ol C.iiT..IOIIN| : II CLArK, Company, : out ; Scarcely J Know ijeji! 1 I

1(1:.';11' :.1uc1IIJ!: :'1', out\ of any money in thc Treasury: hillier; ho ran, never stopped iii! tse lour.d: | t.i'mly: ; vvoie a countenance ill which moiiifi- state of most humorous exaltation after his 1
m
.1Zrtolll; cr.Peletr"1e not otherwise! appropriated, the sum of two hin elfat NowsJoul.Tlie : i Cij'ion' wS mingled with, !but subdued by. display! and while hastily went on with my !
n1'it ';,11. 13fP-) ;)!, indignation.! He. passed the woolsack( without task: in the dressing loom, continued to walk .;
hundred and thirty dolI-us and ninety two : picture: which: :lie! has drawn\ of this

'"1'0\-'U''e.u IViek ."', tttkHIT. '-" \''-5.a' cents, being the ;amount: paid to the Collector YjUlhfullovc>, )in one) (fl'time most intereMiiigjjlifs t looking round, and :advanced! t-j the table'tvheto up and down the adjoining! chamber, spout.. I !

the prol'officer was ftf.ntJSeg: to ?dmiiiister ing for me, in a son of mock-heroic voice, ? '
of the customs for the District of Belfast "the Dream'shows
: !how
; : l ,
; po'ms c-
: Market. for Uric': al :rt. Ri Flan: will !Kon {; the \Vh had I
he
(11', .('.1 !I .> :.l),t ?ilairi:' 1K"J J i.Mo.i.l: I'' :I.J; 't I in iho State of lU.u'ne, for dutii-s I on sails! j jniriMUC r i uils: ;and ffpbng; din: elevate! lime: realities of oaths. Mi -had goi.\ : detached sentences of iho speech he just j

1)c) ,'eBltlt'r I-1.1.: <,:)-lulfd! in! a !i'.lI'It1: :111\ei tltiPnlm.:1t: ) and other nntorjals, saved: from ilie !j ihij.. life, aid\ I'ivtj to the commonest\ events'' through: 'hem, the: CllfIlcllhr! q-.ittid been delivering.. 'I told them,' he said. 'lh t .

taI" ..: lueuifpiy; 'lired-h.li; !1..1'. c bl' I I his fit'tt1; and went tow 1rrls him, vih a it vas a most flagrant violation of the con'I'I
iuL l.r j
t Iel l1lr\ :\ tI1f'1 ican hii i t,r Lydia! which was wrecked i at and objects, an undying lustre. TliP od: I|
{ ,'h': n' I smile, }pattit( : out his hand) wnl\! to WPcomu |- siitntuMi! -that if such things were permitted, .
;Miriinique; in the year one thotixaml! einhi i j hall at Ai.ne-blc'y! tu.der the njiine; of "ibe
'VU). IL (11ia=e ) him ; :lIId| thii! ; :;!!s I rid!; In I trtch? hit there: was ;!n end to English freedom, and j
aGtr hundred! in; l twenty seven, and \'. !lich mi.eiils : j alrtiuo\ Oratory will long call; up (tu fucv: II
"', (;'r.i.f Lliu(7s. uord>, I saw I thrst:! In1: paid: hiii:; a: 'ompiinvnt. that'h.;ut what was this dreadful: grievance :
the and l
the
; ; ; were subsequently: brought bach! :and "m :5icen! youth" wl-o i'tce: Mn"lin .
:-t I d"lI..bIJll. .!fay i, b"-'J-H"t) :: I This wlsJl; llirouti\ (! !Lou] i iJy- I asked him in his eloquem .
away: upon: ; interrupting I
landed] ill said; district ;: I (.t'idrl, it >!hill l besatisf.ictoiilr it ; \\ hill; IIIP image o1'l1le "lover's steed) '
------- :-- I ron. who nidc: a stillhitt', ::id put; tic: fr--s: \ 'e 'The ,' lie repeated ; 1 ;
iixs.-; sewn! to the Sec-rotary of the I though; snii'JCMcd\ (!. l.-y; tlie! tiiiromantit\ : 1'\1': grievance paO'J
{City of his figers: milt he CiiiVs-o-'s: !! 11iII'! "* if consider 'oh hat I ; I 1 1I
that 'round of : : ( : ; ;:s to forget.-' tl j
Treasury: the articles upon which said! !.. -Nottinpiamvil;: : not the less conduce FIt
1SSESSJ11N The 1 Chancellor! ) did nut press a "r!( I'flll; I is impossible, of course, to convey an .1! i 'I
d nn iiiokof : :: T uf Cty: Tax. I duly bus been paid, wen; a part or the ma- to llio gent-ral charm of the t-cene, and .
has so received: but resumed his -win!,- idea of the dramatic humor with which ha ,,I i1 I .
Ji ljf Mi returned In the Ol'ice! of the e(''' tlrj' tennis! of'said brig Lvli.l.1)lroved :sbaro a indigo of th'i li.'!lit! which only) sc Mi : 1
)1'lh( Board of Atdi-rinan! and willprn.un: '.j en fur I could shed genius Lord Byron carelessly seated humfor :-!? gave: effect{ to these words ; but his lookand 11
it.
over
the iiisj eciiou of all )persons' iiitvic.stcd: for two wceks April !;>, 1S30. a few minutes of the such occasions irresistably .;r
\ on one\ ; : manner on were
fuluitli' ) date. play $, Ic'M.: ._. .. ..,. .. Will the\ summer holydays onded this -mpty
--- --- -- --- -- - such s
of benches to the I left of the throne, usually: comic, and, it was indeed c mtf ter in turns: :
Sjumiel ban! ) his youth h J. lie S'I\V j\Ii s C'liiwonh 'I I
; Fry.Otf. ;\\.\Bt.l.lj. \\ \ \\ \1 in the cnpied l.y the: Lards in .t natioa. \\' 1:1'11on of fun and oddity than in any more clabaratfir" !

] Srrrl'faNI.. once mOle succeeding: )'cnran\\ his i joinii! me, I expressed; u. h.11 I nrvn --"' ?-.I"L:.:.,.. of ,, &u iiiat the pleasantry: of his ,I .
-- The following intero tsng skett lies of \\\'roextracted ", niP took his last f farewell. of !HT has he l"iu,.;..)lfi n.j >,IIJ! : .'lt 1 had shaken J niMH.1!* henr- convers cu consisted.*' .!
Ti'-llililfl ...-i_. .u "li-'i ull: near Annesley
1h1l1111ll0l1/1, } HOOJP"\ J.n; ifitn -) ,
the first \olun"--" vrpAUTICrLAHS II
from lily, IK would have !set me down 'lor Gap: of| '
LOUD
BYRON'S
V which in his of "ihe Dream MARRIAGE.
rs poem he describes -
n, ..... his I will have : 11
pt\l"ty-bllt nothiuj to
JI+'rry l.Jcri. j !!; doj i
RESPECTING: BYRON'S so happily :ns "crowned with a pecu- The "circtmisMnco! : of importance" lo i
i issued'! with any of them on either side I have Ii
this crier \Vriiof Attachment has taken
EN !i EARLY LIFE.It liar diadem I No: one, he declared, could 'seat which I ho alI:-;irs in a letter to a friend was ,. t
'." 'nable l to t'''" :5l\pt ior Court (If ElIl'i:; my ,:lI1tl i rnnv I I wilt g-IJ :sthroiid.Vi 5
iUII.r"Ii.1 have told how much he ;fell-for his COI1Il;( his second proposal; for Miss Miibanke, of jj1;
S.ti.l n fill others
bia County. C\lq allll) was in the \v\r( \ 1803 that his heart, al-I returned to Si. JauH s' srret, but he did nut 1 "
ell i, 8l =; herein! nctifii'd to :-.-.- illlli l llead{ to dieTciritory :-.ur<* was calm and his feelings restrained. which! be wits row awiiting the result. His I! !
have I his .
'ady! twice asp recover spirits.
Dul 1 ration.larch ; S'.eu, possessed "The next time I see }';;::," :2:: .! L! *; In i irt- | own arcoKu: :, ,:n his Memoranda of the chcnmsinri' > I !
( 12h', 1RaO-: -2--r xTith the,, childish notion that it loved, conceived To i iiiisi r.cc":: ;.'H!! of a cerem w>iol so irylnjr; !
ing with her "I suppose( you will be Mrs- ('= -liat! 'led lu this step is, in sub* : i
) an allnchmen t !, .>'h} !!<-h-young as he to the proud spirit engaged] in it, a!!'! so Intli; '!
of Florif'n.Supirior hawortl.-and, her answer was, "I hope t.in--e, as! t.lr: as I can trust my recollection t ;'j'
was even then for such a feeling-sunk likely t') abate the bitter feeling of niisanthro-; i
,
so
C t'brt Kscainbia; ( 'oinity, so." :*j In the year 1805, Miss (;ha- I Ipy .: (iolloxv.A! person, who had stood for 'i'! [
deep into his mind as to give a colour to all now growing him, I am entitled to
Jfiif his future life. That unsuccessful loves add ( his of his I r
arc mm own report !in one n;>:e
Ji.lin Inncrnrity Coni1 rt 1\1 lIst'rs. ()loi \ IIi;!> u-..v cheetless and unsettled was 'I! t
j generally! the most lasting is a truth, however 1 book: the particulars of ihe. short ('OiiVCrs\ :,.j: .
V3. I I have already described his parting: with fI'o'! U-IHJIrufhismmrl! and prospectsad ; l
William Harriett, Tliomna 1 sad which unluckily did not require this } lion which:!)llw heM. wilh the Loi-I. r.'h.-incel-' !! It
Miss Chaworlh previously to I her marruge, I I e,! him s acouul1o.i: } to marry ; acid, after l\
I'
Barnett, Daniel E. Rurch instance\ to confirm it. To the I same cause; j lor on the occasion i
TinotlijTivitrhell, Ren-f IN CIIAXCHRV.j I once again, alter thai, event, he saw her, alai l I mi" Co tiisctissiou, ho consented. Tae next i .j"
j I fcjor, must be traced the perfect innocence I I '\l'hf'1canw\ I ,,1'IP", some deiaon, !
j: min Journapan; and tin I IiinUntiwnliMrs for thc'iast 1 time,-being 1I-\ lr.J 1 by Mr.; (;ha- iinini l oi consideration was, who was to bo ;!i
i and which this I ef.s'Muo birth and! cerlifii
I romance, distinguish; account inaniiigc -
or !leJ;! ro- | very worth to dine at Arsnusley not long before I the object, (If his choice: and while Ins fmentiond c.nd !,: ;
? ntati\'(+ of Tho.VV .-. JIcf'ts. | early 'attachment to-Miss Uhaworth from the; i (':\ from Coirnvall, orci-,ioned\ 1 me not n* t
rr his departure from England. The few I oii- .i-::dhe himself named l\J.ss
\ ,*Si .flcc"ll'I'rl. J others that succeeded, without: effacing; ( yearsthat j tike my seat t for several; W 'f'ks. When) : ;j'. .;'
iiiany !
had) elapsed since their )List mwc'tinff, illih.lt'!! To ti.i' is however I his adviser. ,
1/ftIHlS:) clay came: the cr.inplainr.nt by hi1' round it t, in his !heart( ;-making it the only onl'l | IIl1'so't'W'O'P:' and! I i.hu. : taken the oaths, !I :i
wn on IfOitdll and it app 'afing: t') the (' )nrt, that had madu a cdiisiderithie ch.ingo in the appearance )- siiiivjv! oljec--, -iemiukin"<' to cum, thatMi .
whose details be entered into with I t'-huncellor' f'for the leI r. ? 'I t.
.tt'I'hunla' call sa ft'I I Ithe apologised I > III me :
'.:defendant William !klrn( Barnett, I and manners of tin young pool. iss .1\1 jWJ! lU"c' li'iu presei.t uo fortune/ '.
Daniel E.: lu'h.ulll. the unknown heir- or Ic:al represcntatvr ;ty, or who,results, IPOS'evrrdrlkeaing their I j The fame, tiiifoimod schoolboy was PDVV :. lay, obsr'rvirig'ihat the forms were a part and that bs: t'r't.triss'l .ili-irs( Would l not 1 '
a 1 1allov

.rond the limits of this Territory. It i'u thorefore: or-\ i with a plri.-jsiirablc: intciest: by "ihois.On slrndcr! and graceful young man. TIiusoemotions ojy, and added (as lie certainly! had shinvtino ; | iiMK to ni-ii.y without.te ; that woulduoi I. J
,Irrr.tl. that out-'< they appear here on or h(-tare t1rfirst clad pisbions, which-it: first heighten ; wag mreover !:-.riied lady, winch '
leaving Bath Mrs. !n>' rOil took her I : violun: hurry,) '0111' Lordship was: exactly i
,
Mntiday of:September' next, ail' :ni-\rrthi! com- up and) then destroy, :)('iIII: )', had: as yet procloccd ) at all suit him. In consequence of these'f, 1
; will I ,ilu"le in lodging.at: \I:1iitlgh:1I1-\l'W.< : : j,! ( like 1'tnn'I'huiob (which was then being -
TilainantV: lull of complaint! t11c-ci Itercra im! -.nine ; only their l favorable c-flee( is on his fc.itorrs representations: lie agreed that Mis fVienrJT ;; '
tae tal.cl fur confe-M'd, thrni and th.' matter, stead that lime let Lord I!, acted,) did duty and did} I
against: : I Abbey being at to | ; and I though; with Lilt liule aid {',-onij | 'yuu your yon should write proposal for him to the ethic? ;; I 1
thereof dern-ed arconliucly.And tarry ch i 1I11t\'all-al1d; duril' the Harrow j I! nu m-trr. I done "
!" thef example ic-fined socicMy, )his Irtdy named which was accordingly i:1::1:1I
it i is! further: orden-d that n COPofhis order j manners I .
acalions. of this year she ivas l juSm-d::/ there by I j i On (Tie l i ih of February, 1S12, a clay or I refusal arrived
p'iblished in some authorized newspaper i in the :;- I. had sutisideci) { into that tone gentleness and ;and au answer containing a : 11 I
her So Hltachrd! I u as i Su* to Newstead I' I t two before! the (of Cinlde; Ilaioid! ,
diet, once a week for four u.oulhs suctc : :!ively. son. sl'lr'J possession which more than any ihi.ig' appearance} I as they were one morning sitting together, 1
A true copy, that even It) bo its in nei,;!libc'iiiood: was a dei II II(' made the first trial 'fhis eloquence in the that after a"t. 1 '
marks the! well bred gentleman. Once on- You sr(, said Lord Byron, f
'f.i't! (lii i.dlt to bitn. ; and! befoic ho !became) : acquainted House of Lords ; and it was on this occasion the -I will 1I
j Iv was: the latter: of these qualities to ill** \ Miss! Millbanke is to be person i
(t EO: T. DALTZHLL, Ci'k S. C. E. C. .I put
lIe had the t fortune.
with Lord lie used good to become acquainfl'r I
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.\. GOItIl'ilI'r; Giey, some- ''liial: t when the litll'J, daughter of his: f.iirhos- I write to her He accordingly wrote on thjf.
'----_.. -.- limes to sleep, fur a night, at the small house \ with Lord Holland, an acquaintance no ho had ftimbed, his '
I
'I' i less was brought into the room. At the l moment, and, as soon as
neat the gate, xvhich IS still known by the ; i K-hS l !honorable than gratifying: to bosh, as ,
stronglyagainst'his
child still
sight of :he he! started: iivoluntaily i! iti friend remonstrating !
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naiiio: of (the Hut." An intimacy however I having originated in feelings! the oios' generous but reading tt
i was with the! utmost difficulty( he could conceal choice, took up the letter, on !
soon spu:22 I up I between |mum and his noble I[ his emotions ; and 'o the sensations of 1 perlMjis, of our nature; a ready furl over, observed \Vell, really, this is a very

Iatr S j .tenant; and an oL'arlment:. in the Abbey} was :: that moment we sue indebted! for those touch givoness of injuries, on the otie, side, and a I pretty letter ; it is a pity it should not go.

!; from ;JHM\ceforlh alw;,y> :V. his -e-\i: i icr. To ing :r.nzas, "Well -thou(, art happy," which frank and unqualified! atonement for them, 1 never read a prettier ono." ':Then itsalt) ,

the f.lmih of Miss CliAvvoiih, wilt tesidedatAuuesley ( on the, oilier. The subject of debate was( and in so saying,;
!
| appear..1! afterward in a miscellany I publi>h- go, said Lord Byron.
F n tin immediate neighorhood\ ; of l d by of his fiiends, and are now to be :, iho Nottingham Frame: breaking! Bill and, JU..1-J ......l .....i ...n; vr. .a.v ;n.....,Tf thlO fiat Ut" ,)
f: otic !
>< NewstCiid; ,, t.e had been made k'noxvn, sometime ; found; in the general collection of his works. Lord Byron l Itnviug; iiiumiUHCf 10 i\lr. ItOgerS his fate. *

!before in London and renewedhis !his intention lo take a Pat t in the discussion! ,
now i ofthe arrival of *
On the the lady an
day s *
BYAUTIIORITLLAWS with them. Tile LORD BYRON'S PARLIAMELTAj a communication was, by the intervention of
acquaintance young saver, he was sitting at dinner, when Iris:
RY CAREER. that between the noble :
gentleman, openrd
heiress herself combined wi'h the many j -J**_**. *.**rwisv In i nrt .\*-e sea ted Mtm' MJI* 1*
OF THE UNITED STATI! p.r.n AT \I worMly advantages that encircled her, much" At length, all the necessary: proofs having poet and Lord Holland, who, with his usual his:1rueuc..UIH mother's: :wedding in aim ring J" which'u'UII she lost '

, THE FIRST SLSION OF TJIll TWLNTYFIKS.TCOXGRHSS. : : personal beauty, and a dt5po iiiou the most hCEn obtained he, on the 13ih of March, courtesy, professed himself ready to affordall and which the
(before
j many years gardioer; t
amiable and! attaching., Thoii,h ;already presented himself in the House of Lords, ir. ; the information and advice in his power.It had found in the mould under h
I digging
just
. Pl'nLlco. 27.] charms tv! .. and tlufi iended ,I would have been! no doubt, the :ambition up .
[ f folly alive to her it "vas at; pr.ri.\ a state more lone \ perhaps, | her window. Almost at the same moment,

An net authorizing the appointment of an ,: od of nhich' wo are speaking, that the \ any youth of his high station: had ever before ;:. of Lord Byron to acquiio distinction I as ,lh, ,> letter from Mis-j Millbanke{ arrived, and

additional General for tile Territory who then in his sixteenth I such occasion I, well in oratory ash poesy ? butNituroseemedtosetherselfagainstpluraliti'sinfame. -
Brigadier j I' poet, was yeer, been reduced to on an ,-not Purl Byron exclaimed It contains aeon9 -

of Arkansas. I, willIe the object' of his adoration was about'i having a single individual] of hi3 own class, .- gent, I will be married with his very ring."

Be it enacted by the Senate and Ilousr,I two years older, seems to have drunk deepest either to introduce as a friend, or receive him .. Ho had prepared himself for this debate, as It did contain flattering of

of Representatives of the United States of (;that fascination whose t.'irectsV1'e to as an acquaintance. To chance alone was ':! most of the best orators have done, in thsir his proposal, and a very a duplicate of acceptance the letter I had
but
>)> America, in Congress assembled, That the (he so lasting ; six short summer weeks which he even indebted for bring accompanied as! .1 1I first cssays-not whole only of by his composing before, been sent'to London in case ibis should havc'misst'd' :

. President of the United States! by and with he now pr.ssed' in her company \being sufii- I far its tic! bar of the House by a very distant I writing down the speech him. !!

t the advice and consent of the Senate be, cient to l Ijv the foundation of a feeling for nil relative, who had (been, little more than a hand. The reception he met with was flat- '
r ering ; some of the noble speakers 6 lI his On his arrival, In town, he had upon in.f i
before to him. This
and he is hereby, authorized to appoint a life. year an utter stranger
i Brigadier General for the Second Brigade of His time at Annelsley was mostly passedin ] relilivo was Mr. Dallas, and the account own side complimented him very warmly ; quiring into tho state of his affairs! found' I,

Arkansas Militia. riding with Miss Chaworth and her cons- which he has given of the whole scene is too and that he was himself hjghly pleased with I them in so utterly embarrassed condition'

ANDREW STCVENSON, in,-sitting in idle reverie, as was his custom : striking, in all its details, to be related in his_ success appears from the annexed account I, as to fill him vfithsome alajm, and even to'
:, of Dallas which gives a lively notionof his mind] the of deterring -
i: Speaker of lee House of Ktprt cntafires.f (pulling at his handkerchief, or in firing ,, any other words than his own ;- M/ suggest to l prudence howevercast
his boyish elation on the occas ion. his The die was
marriage.
s JOHN C. CALHOUN, at a door which opens upon the terrace, and '| "The S.ttireVas published about the -thi

Vice President of the Untied States, ,'which still, I believe, Bears the marks of his i im i l.ofl\Iarrh, previous to which he took his scat When he left the great chamber, I ,went and he had rio\y no' alternative ritl' hut.w_

i i.. and, President of the Senate. shots. But his chief delight was in sitting to ; in the House of Lords, on the 13th of the and mot him in the passage ; he was glowing proceed. Accordingly' at the friend: ofDf'.rt'JD-Mr. $ .

and the j month. On that day passing St. James'I with success and much agitated. I had an ber, accompanied by his (b
U Approved, April 7, 1830. I hear Miss Chaworth play ; prettyti'elch same Sea bam -the olr '
ANDREW JACKSON. | \ nir, "Mary Annefas. partly! of i street but Vuh no intention of callin ,J SI\W umbrella in my right hand, not expecting hnpse,.lieftet.qWtfor! seat ;

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the lady's fhthir. i u ho 13. Jlcpublictn o/ the Jcffmos faith, wherever I pic, and that the motive of Congress .4i parental ;sc nfcicilcrtxTT totl.w { iirf r.s tf tic rl-: ,.
Rafph Mflbanko, found in South East West L ord! rclxxiirglPi "
: e the NorUi, or 1o the South dirg. Lcit ( rft'i." j.
county of Durham, and tin the 5d of January, all brethren of-tin came piinctple; unity of action trcatjo I *
: reciprocity i.e sad
Will it be said that the Bill is confined to tl Mn ;
: J815 wm isarfied.. i n the re.taue of good gOYcmroenl their .para- Veiy late from; ZttTo ':.-flhc London packet ship jed it silt-ir-
and interest. free of colour rind that there is no that there v.a* an iime. < I Ltit h ;
ion ,
himself$ mount 'tlbIigfit ol doiv persons
Tn .rtis memoranda h descnW as Columbia, % l Uich lelt i'oitBniouth at noon on the 1st r ri:
:" with 14. The surviving nesocialeend coadjators cfJefferseii i reasomfble ground of al-trm; in relation to I- com pared xv ith thatot nil the otl< rotate* whcl.?
the morning of his marriage, April, armed at iSexx' York oil Saturday, the 17th vcr
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trakiog, on in the civil revolution and political reformation -I in
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wi'.h
that parties :
slavery 1 We answer the o'ne lead? to cehLr.ec C curnxjc! t to 5l
.a i the most mrlancholv redccitona, on seeing of 1800. [ ( u lt. iu the short passage of 15 days and 17 hours.lie .- re tur.trs,
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the other tmd th..t this hill i is designed as (tho! with the exciption of ? oi way.
his wedding stiit sprrad out before him. In 15. The basis of the Union : equality ofrights amiduties '. brings Lcnuon iiui.trt; to the 3M March iuclui r\cntl.efoin.idrl V
t: mood ho wandered about the -of benefits and of bunhens j! I I1C. foundation of the syMem. Allow Congress i > ive. 1 power ofPius-na yith/ed i-rea.Iri.ee to Frphrrd
the tn
same sunmoned for the The bane of the Union :oppression offhmo-1 t interfere wiih oiir domestic; insiiiutions in]1 !Iso |that particular, nil oiiIi n diHcunt rcv't had
roundri 1one. till lie was 1 From the New Ycrk n.clvc tic fellowing LIHIe
: rilies: unequal taxation unequal distribution of pubic .r.j.crs xve -
; and it will ir.tcrfc-to in ( xpected. It h d I ft
ceremony, and joined, for tin firsi time on l4q benefits. one way, soon ano- ; i exiract :- : c-n ird: that foreign state, ..rr.pooeJ .

I that day his bride ou our xc.->? !itxf .

down ho repeated lie wordsafter the clor- t *riy! of the Conscience, liberty of the hand-th t but to create discontent, excite in- says in their pert wlih xxo dut on tl.tirs v.hcn m e--J
Grain and Hour markets Jook xvcil. American Houris
N. his his last l not Ircist. subordination i j render our property worthless ; thus xx e were acting r n a >ysteir. xx hich !
bofore n.ust
mt eyes bate
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but a was .
gyman ; 18. Virginia, the niother of the Gracchi, may lief worth Js. to bOa. pee band. The corn L'\- ?
[ l and thus l'icih'at the scheme of j juro'I us !
elsewhere Rnl he was bu : gene- eventually lie Lad no douLt tls.it
than the Kontan brothers be
4 thouehts wore ; eons, not less patriotic : : report, however, i-i presents the n.aiktt as rtattenxvoiild
awakened by fbi congrafulati of the by- more successful ia resisting the encroachments ofpower. Till abolition T .And why i* that result soj be really much xxorsu than they xxvre
uoxxeic \
dull, at a inline ol Xt, rirr i.urltr yuLtat, cats \'
'4. gandersto find that he was rnirried. i ardently desired ? Evidently to diminish ( it not for the exigence of:those crv treaties .,
left W. Freedom Industry : As paired as the freedom still fitrthcr the xxeiclncftlie-south% and barley. h !
The the wtdded pair ; political ; unit eomj' .iiitd if. We at
present
-S me morning of of the wi&e The JJrilish Parliament C''th rommr.tidtd'rrcr.t a
speech, or piess no govermiicut xvas tiigircd on the
Scaham for Hajnab.ly) anotter seat of Sir will restrain it. j by depriving us of the right of repie>entatKjn"o"n share tf the naxi iation ot t the x\-hol!,' xxorfd, and
and oUtli, in debate on tiC Corn Lu\xs and the reciprocity
: Ralph Milbanke, in iTi sanieJftunty. When 110. The Stall's! : Their Iiannony-an ox-crrulmg |I account ul.our slaves ; and also to ,. he xvoulri \cr.t ire t:> allinn: that the i.umLiT of ngli.i

about to drpnrt, Lord BvOh said to thn consideration in the nmtds of all patriotic ptalesmen. j prevent the possible, and perhaps the proll- treaty lately concluded with Austria, extract shij.s that ei.t.red any gixen rort xx.-s '*. -
21. The States : Jefierwm gaxe up the embargo, table of slave i flout whicli ucgive elo\v. I lie Pans papers a; r
employment labor in Southern than the
bride, IV'iss Milhanlco, arevou ready? amistr.ko I I j number cf tho c xx hit h b'jbngcd lo
in 1803, to restore their harmony. Can nothing b i ui&uii: had been coaxed. The am GtL.r
which rho lady's tod1ential attendant given up by the professors of his principles, for the f j manufactories ; and though 1-ist not least" expedition ;igum-t I([ poxvor, -\repting, if; course !i; nine ca. e>. i.io.-.te;;

: pronounced to />e a "lad omen." tame object in 1830 ? | to gratify antipathy, not NO much to slavery: Algiers under Gen. UourmoiiT, W.:: expected to Le i to v. !Lzz-ii the poit iu rjuvMi' u i.ighit Ivloi,"."

w & 111. The meiiiory Washington: The Father o ff itself, as to the imagined wealth and prosperilv ready by the lotli. '1 he Dauphin would proceed to I j Lord 1:lleiihoroiiJh ol--i rved. La
: ile
: his country, and first in Jicr aflectioinot tess the of the States in which it exists. But do Toulon to Miponntcnd the rmimikalionof the troops | British iit.nt ot-
: !
.M-am+:n yadt.irge, tlurir: tl.c List
ft. friend offrcc government, because the ahuters of his ;; titi y ,.rf
the fanatical, : prcjertors of this scheme rcallv he i'reiichxx :!! piub.tljly meet with a warm had
name would hux'e made Lim au enemy. reccp-j| exceeded I the i mount cf scJhitn: and to! !:5-.f-r

I _-:-- TURDAY. :Mr'tY 15th, Jb3_()._ iJ3. Taxes : As many as are necessary and no 'j believe, that it will le; j.ermiiu-d to pi meed ? lion, a* the ley's l'.irtiees have beenendertil nil- .I I I j-ertjii-iiigto nil llmvvn xrfich> that trciicd x\iu*, ti.jJ r"I j

more ; as long as necessary, and no !ei: rer. Do they I' ;nlly inri'jine (that they will he ;.!- pregnable hy Kuropeair' Engineers*' His 1XUy4i1 f I J fuuutiy xx-ithin the -sime period.
.iKRIVAL OF THE U. S. SHIP FALMOUTH. 24'Ihe Daughter and I/e-eendants'of: Tl oniaJeflersou ; 11'
The U. S. Falmouih : Their happiness aid J4rij.ey is dear tothu :: lowed to jfo on successfully, stip; hy step, t to i of oliM-rxat'oii! ront.; of ;-.VWO: men, .'50,000) ) drill* d | Thi t he :ulinoxvlccirt.'d, has rnidc him aVebx r:
.4 uhip the
t J. D. Elliott Commander, bearing in pendant of American People. i iL 1 the final comummatron of heir object) t .V>i! in Hurt pi'.m tactic::. Ti Alju'riiica It ii s-aiJ xxerc j to the policy cf the! tr atie.--, ;:hhou hhe had ratfiepiu-( j
Esq. Chief the"United .
States' Naval forces operating in the West Indies VOLUNTEERS. J the eyes of the Southern people are now o- full of spirit.and l -p.Ml.of! t thi; cor.iluct: ofttie Tuilvst. dined to an opp
and Gulf of Mexico arrived By the President of tIlt United State.. OurFederal poned. Their! teal purpose is now manifest.; at Adra an proof uf their i.hi!!!y to cojie with tLe tatf !< the effett* of their vperation." .. .:
at this place on Sunday Unioa : It must f>c prcsrrtcd. ; 'Under, the fliiu v and hypocritical bre the ith I Lan '
against t, x\ '
pretext liayon ai.y troops. The Dcy i St.iiihoj c contended th.it the!
morning last after of fh' ifv j snuiinf ufirc.
a passage e days from Hava L- the Vice President of lie! United Statei. Tl'c .
I leliof, it is now I n )'.Vi) and felt, th'it pitrposes ynxs in case j-ttack he v ill fetid il:\'oinLii to the} i lit xvas, after all, the principal ppint to s.l.I .. \
na. We have not been able -learn that there WHS Union : Next to our liberty, the most dear: mayxxe' \ aluh|

i ; any news at Havana ct the time of the sailing of the ell remember, that it ran on'y'! bo prewrx-t-d l.y it,- !| of dire atrocity ;are entertained.Thro' interior, take in two years prux'iMoiisiuto the city, aiid I inquiries bhouM! tend It Uar/iinj a-vsjhio ti.tU nti>h

4.4 Falmouth. The Peacock arrived Havana speeting the rights of the btates, :md di ributn.g,;: j 1 itO! pretended jj-ubof philantluopy, the pointj defy tI4 VI.O1e poxxcrof I'ramv. I rapping rcrJJ fairly compete xxithtliu: shipjuu.; of
at on the equally the benefit and burden of the Union. j of the (!hagei is di ch&cd. Succeed As to the lat .
Up acTountnrr'or'utioiu were foreign pnxvcr". .hiicli couM he Lult!
30th of April iii 72 hours g3lz niaiinedt and
from this place. The olH i* IJy \ir. Van Burun, Secretary of Staknt -.l | I
cers and crews of the Falmouth and Peacock are all forbearance and reciprocal CgIIC(4)n : Through j M'J1 might they expect incendiaries and: as-i on in France, fi-r tl.e i c-i ltv of M. Pe V.ueJu into equipped at :.boat one half the er.p jii.
well. their agency the Union was etal-led.! Th pa,. i sa sins to be wtlcomcd as pi;Jests and Cfle ,- the Mini-try. Tho (iuotiihrr.o uas in IIH fcx'or, I rue Re..Jotion< introduced by th: Clruieellcrcfthw

MST OF OFFicERS OF THE F.ALJIOUTII. triotic spirit I from xxhich they emauated v\ill foic-xtir j tained as friends, as that; the people of the and the Gjxotte t1i! Fraure oj>, ,-,- : but ihe htterin ,i llxehequcr lor redcciig the 4 percent 6tocLto

sustain it. South will lamt-iv s'lbmit to 't species of lei reply to an intimation that it had threatened to attack U pcent., vas agreed to.
J. D. Elliott
I'sq. Commander in Chief if the Fleet r, By.l. II. Eaton, Secretary of War. 1l.1icnwn : *
3ilas ii. JStringham, Esq. Commandtr, The People xvill regard xxith Warnv st affectOB thoe i gislation; not or.ly dcstrurlivc to their prop the Ministry if Villep! O.oulJ: join it. M.I'M that it In the Hoiu-u of Lord.s. 01: Tuo'd.iy tl.o GOtii Marrh,

E. W. CtirpeuAer, lf Lieutenant WhO Miall l le found to act fioni priucij.lo. i iBy [ } _-ity( hut e.S'.on:5..ily; : ; 5nol\ir.i: ; thoir! |icr&o- would not. The Mi'ury ucro making preparations I the i'.arl: Aterileui l.iid 0:1 il.c table, by eonucaud

Henry Pmkney, 2nd DC. Mr. liranch, secretary of the issivy. The 1 It-j tiil: tran'juility) and .ictv.! No I Enter I that for a wxx' election of lepiii--v.) irlxn the pri'it of his 3lajt- -;y. a copy of the trr aty ei.tcred into Ictxxeen -

Hugh Y. Purvhmcc, 3rd Do. I. to bertlea fundamental of the People principles.depend on zfityutnt rccurrouee j'; mound, fnd( nothing* can p'ovent a (hisril))- Chuntljer zii'il1' here l-in dits"lct ir'iith It his Urttaunic Maje .ty unJ the L'nlted: States ut'

John 1!. Mars.li.ill, 4th Do. j I By %1r. Speaker Stevenson. The ieerx-ed Rights: i icf IOU of lie Union- nI.oIc t that ciiorJand; (} .] icilllc, a nd they ccin'.o: :! on a rr.oic; ; "roxalty rc- America.Tle .

: Thomas Breete, J'umr, f the People Let the el sir.; rer of theii defe'iif-e itviil most iire1y sound the funeral ;Unc-ll of '.'irn" than cxen in J 27. Ii-i5-h: of rotir.-el--r! I Earl[ of Sa:ope complained tl.at the Treaty

II. Franklin Baclio, he-an animated iitler.tioii: thai --eelvH only its ov. ri | tho I irpublic.) 1 of Sfjtp, 1'rfrt. A':. xTtMii roii.ii[>hton pre xxould Dot alfon! that ren-.n-'i-ily to this countrx-
Sargtcn,
olid) xx'ill never he .uisficd: with h'w. i
Frederic ChatarJ, Suilit'g Hester, I Bv Mr. Koane, i'resMenl of the Day. The Pro-j: I II We !iivo----l: ], and wo said too tr:1::ly, t'it!:; p.ir..lory to tn! x-If.-ti n. ']'! {p"ws'-'it : i iti-1rv.-i}J xx huh ought t M'xis;. s.nd that :!iu i hipping intenrf

r Benjamia Alacomber, LtLUtwunt: Marines, 't frident of the Unilcfi Sinter. \ I hii Bill to approptiate) money in! aid: of tin t? tin; London Timn ; of.'.Irtfil'I :.Mutch: "are dele; niin-j I, xx'ouM! be mt'th ii'TH.rd* by t*.

j 3Ir. Woodhury, the Jd Vice Pzeidnt! said he i i Colonwition Society would ir.evitahlv Lo oil to niak -i-. 1\ 'Ihc Lad of !
George \V. CodftJie, miitant, i i ? ji'i roi: -: -- v arc rza1vid! to I IV Aliyrueeii aila.Itt: d that twTrn.ity!

i Joseph Lanmun, Surgeon, S weald re ie-'it -tdtinocritiefrentiii'*n* .Mi.Jeh r-j j folfcwcd hy others in relation t tn ;>! Iv.: y.-._- {rat no coinmisj-Kiii:.of tMifj'iirv" either! onjii'r'i: .d. uotn cniteci i.itrc.iiy! in ihexxjym xxniciiUiL'
l sou 'vcr Mint )nt to UHI world.t4'1il( jjftijnii ?.' i :
John L. Spencer, truth tlu.t; the mi.-s: ; of r..tiKind !:.is no: lecii' hoiii | And a'ueady; i1 our prediction vj-rified.( flennow !t'z rtil.or! Poiitt'Ll-1l'Y! n- 'i-t that the rchco!* ;;I f"t!. Noble Inl Kiok'jil at it. He'-or/iil i:<>t. Loxvcresvf -.

? \ViUi m P.r jOfl4 I xx-ith! y.uld'.cs'! on tlivir (li.icJi-' ', iror a Hivored Tv.|. j! \ -at thi very Moui'-n ; : lh v/in -'* Jesuit.:* h".vn bern s-mrin 11 :v l. ;;id' the Miial! pftlc'V ho-.v :l.t-j iriTitifjxoulii! injurt: t'i' ; flipping dtriCft. -

0. JiHn .\. Yiu.1.t% I I IxxjU-d mjd spurred, ready to title them le ;itjmaN'i'by \-I ,:: ( lose upon il< licrls! --there is a {-ill licf
? .. (;er ; v. MCeerv!.. f 4 >! irac; ('f Clod." I GtTqiess to icgidain sl.nory m sh" Disdirji 1 -i-t i d 1 tl'?* !tiu- >f iV> [ : ---. ; lid; hi' r ;;'ilatiju: !far >o- j (.uno ir f1t.> oiiex: and! \x ilht! :it acting iu an ii.c ji.e'f. .
j Mr ( Jd \j'- Pr'iilfiit. '
Jly jriindy Thy R -
>-il>i.lis B. t. { liean p.titx thnnuriiout t'ie'! nition : Jil.-sy: Ihry hi-!It :i.-. i < 'ohiinhia. Ilfic: (tiicr. ti h.ixr the cirii'.r;: tc! parity; : 1 I ti'! : A t ,ri: --;--. 'iiijer, Cie.xcninicnt coLid net' fct.'ituxi.--e' : tl.. %,

"\Villidni. C. Spencrr.I.loyd harmotiii, in aehoii .is Jiiry: are u.-jnr-d in prim }>-i>. ,: v.t'i!; ( r'liiTso; di-.l.i\ud.i ': !;' n-k:: is'i 'I 1 !k.' .ip.i.i-i! '\;':-' .-n ;a : .in r MoSi-n rftf'I'.Nof"tr eoneluile jt.

J. Bryan, 1 By tl-v illi \ ire i V !---t.: :.Mi. <'.-flihnlii Our. i-iijwn i of.' Ii I> i hO losiuer c'ci .:' .1 i iu-ri'>. t't''i> cf tl* in'r // .' t, .- T.t'f I i-Jt;> me::! Lord tii).I.-rie.'i cor.sItV f I that sitc.; tls: eeM:1' '

I four-au, ,.iy !o (!isgi'i.s/their! ; oljrrt. \'. vlii.ul.i; i .' M. : il l
Charles Sperry, tiy Z-ii.i.i.; I!I.e \: ;, .: r 't i' ( ;.i.i..t! Ai.sfnc.i to : enter, d into tin tieatiryfrcelira, the hrpii.j
;jiliviMii the vgilui' :u. > -In y coaxvIsoro thry m iy C'ir yii: nil ? ()r f.Vit lin'r.iin h. 'd .'i iiilfrofj
; John W. Teller, j I iii.iii ;iii'l r t **.v-'h n t.'ial: tin. P -its t tcrrit of thi cocntr/'Iii.I teen iircrithic'

: t'.Gra-, 4. .Tr.V"illiifn: I'. (i-n<'iK-.t r.' !! hinjif r dt'ri'jx'c xxhoin they 1 niiiv; openly dfsiiov r/: v. .O.t4! it --.as i.-iic; v.i,ui 1 !1; ( )oloiiir.i* hv ftru-! i c lit t I.

n John Aco.ta. :CiJr iif'y (IcilViliiarn brirts Cal1 'd uu f'r a -Mitinjf.jt.aid, !, that tliu dit.n'- ? Tito w.ir has i'tniu'ct-l: ja.i.l t iho I i ;. :.1:1-, \\ ..ilh ,- proj.-iry of< 'iwlait-fil: 1,!, ud that tlit} : Lord I.JJeiiuorou oLoerx-cJ tht the nmLe c

.- : (lWard gui'iied i'ldixidnul. cln-.. niiiiorv UIH! )puhlic vini.e : pot.'ple (1 1 Hio v uli m.jst pirparu So meet i it.I j I < .'. '.i.r.!>!>.<-itviil ,'.' ::i',>-.v ..ciy MH-'I! .>'pcruLiot.s; to : CriJi.-'i: >''i ps emploxed) in trade vas ocarly-ei-7uI )

t(4aIj.4 PII'Ll'T ( J17. j I xx'c h.ixe met to r \ f plaia 'nrV; tuiuljVK.I: >iio ]>l l/t th ; onlv e..'. t!',u i ir I inr tNurihfiii) Si.rcs xvili fibotnul xvith i tu
Dav i i-; .
llIg
r vT 'ntpcnr, I ;' I.:. ;- L ,,,. ?.4. ,.._' .- I I : f '- ''in'I! .n, ;.ii :i\.o, c>f il.'n; rVI n.iry.tt : :, iIi. 'I'I.e .NibTe Li.z Jwa not
John llecKle, 6admal.ir. u.::.!) ofJ" I f.'vdoiixxilturii! f t-x'er. ] < uf liio)( Jruorr merij or .i... .' -.-... .. J Jnir iii' b- 2hiO Ct or v.'oa'.iI
The find jn the of th ,t. }Jo sltvi'i in ih) f iisttict he i,! i: as ozi the ;I i.-ixe Iti'Cii prowf-d xxith! tsi rr fn.i uf tie if.iert ijtiji
!
fw'lquin proreei3i
: v.i < j y < o li.'t, .
I5y tbe.riJi Vice i'n-.i'ii-r.f, 3Tr. O-.crU-n.) Tbomn-: ; t termst.i t..e I' ite: lit' vuuiJ noi ; .. ...L. .'J. .
Senate of thu Ur.itrd gi-i'! cn FiiJ-.y the 21th nit. !i JrtNT-v: :'i.d the Iec.trit! : .one i iiuitj '-iKi' ir! : Tin* j| ColuniliM, an! even fr4ii rti t the teat ofgovomH i l'rtiicli ;iiin-: hu: w-sj. ; hi.;;ir- :>r.; or ei: c. Su

Mr. Ilui iCS of iltiiue uCcjed tha Tollowing: re.-o- I'.iMe of-tiiC oic i coexal: v.i'Jj I the j Miiup! i.s ol J 1 1utiti. i niHiit) a fi\\\[ \; \\ of ;i\iiii; hv, wl;! isur, spi ;: !ii.n: HIV r.nd nu'.y. Tin* .- 'c.Mi--I indwi'iiiY! Jue the !KJSi.ui LoN1o ,

lution : j j I Il pi iiI) and (1 hjolnt'u.n) f.ir and \ ide.! Toml. I 1ttChInrP
;
: nii'rt i.ai't.had: l.i en j-.ii'l \11\ the I'oiteilh t '.a3 re'i in town htr
: :ii i 'gbt. ti.it
RC.(1Ld, That tie Pest M-j-trr ( uenl 1e < |] l IU .Mi.II.ixne. 'U.e: Suite < f G, 01 : ; Bynrs it *. the nu'it' of :.I-ohifrlY ihoro; ;...,; a-' -jmrtai ox- ;i i.ir i 1 thi-j
Ld41' !hI
'o !i.i i in gentlemr.n -H.lt! nix-
lireed < of tin
-.M-IM.:
c tcrn.niateiJ
ui'lIHM, I 'i : piii.ctHiil'lv! ( J ii.j existence?
'
fd To rcr.oit to the reiuite hcthcr Joh:: 1 ;: : ; X i > /J { ; 4j -.j ; ii i '
j.'oS i pj : ; IIM i : u 4)R nlm uas appointed Pit Mat-tor a; PtiiK.rt-la, ii&elh u'st jfiat'Kt _'. :.T "it.ilr I J\jli.s: ; { ; (lie XM-.iin.i, Hie 1'oiti', :i.I the i.;'fiuei; < c o/iliilil! I'jtJiaat ijl. I'e- j j at hiet tie. Foot's Cray, Kent. The c .:>fre-in

4th of .March, !* '*. i I-iN-ly n-iBoved, i- a j am -. _c- or ;.<-r riJii1will '< iiu- her -iiu.ilet'J j tv to ;it'IUS.; Kiiiti; i.e! tuicii u1j ter.-hiir/h.: j jj I CVelt! xvas ti-co\ereI? early ci: Momhx! morning

':. i1etu11e and toh't ttj.lIt, and uJ, ther hi- tuici i> piouJ i ti to (I'e > I'ufiN o't ih)>: ihtfl. i II j 1 fJi--oium! their, and a ljni; will i-s'u- uliiii! i I j j In t!.<: I ll.ni-o df Li-nls on 1 lie 2h: ; ?.Iarth.: Loid J.'; ;:!H.I epnes xxerf in< -mtly t-ent off th i teitilof !

.J tienru .,ivcut. j will Hi-vtr n: :astIn l.i.m, i.ni: : i ii \j. ouhn ex -
; i l.is f.imx!
I'iflg: intioilurcd! a muni! r i'f n..cohiti, ( enL'lnth1! rep-iJin/j in t jxvn. Xothii-ij xvuihr.u;
Wo find n j tn, uiahfii in iiluod (?r ii- lioluitinr! r.inii-ii-j i I
T4e aiinhc i niy ol i Mi, JFKfcnoVj bin h was O'wx'w'.dn-Xiti'uty. the foJKv.vins .v,-!! i' j tory oftl ( pfhcy of!M'I diiti.ison ti: i i'npoitation of he rt!:>':I o-i has yet tran-pirvtl rJo the eau.-1 e of UJM
,' ti" d rt-nurk-i ii thuChaileit-un .Me it of thi2- o'JPrt, .
tli
rcui} Corn, i. -1 :ii i. 1 i i-ecieee.i-td
'li-e
Foreign
*e'< l hi i Jtted nt x\ asiiiiiglon Cily on (lie 13lh l.i si !j i Tinc-.ofilie'2J- MI commcntin xv-; if advanced! .TC, i-!

mould, tiy Ji I'ublic D.u:> r vlnci! wwt sItrItl.4t l l l b y :jl'iuio, in relaliolt <(o Lc pu.r cuirijrstil ihh nue;. jj i j 'fiiCi-; '--. (!ol'iiz o tho tree, and i g on t th".se roou! tinzi--. savsof s llieiu, t hat' theyaifrp'nhifioiH I the f.ith-rof tho p ?cr.t mombeifc of l.irlicu-ut of
aud: purlleiihiily to .Mr. jtlrr'v/K Bill l ('Xl'il(' lir.s.iirfactiin: iu ili:: Irjml. Then te- I
the I'reiiiirtti :>'t Vitc i'lcsiiltnl ui 1 lh<" UiiJUiIfitatcs noxv lo.i( I' j (; ( v.hw-h. Si truth ur und re- ni ;r r. n- n.ac.

( -***; I In ls ol iho duTtn-nt Dfpavlmente to apjiruptinU[ : atuiu.ily! :; :50/JijO) ( in iiid of j gida te s.vei! } -1 ir.fliino!: discur.trut; ( to madnts to rule at all tt's: the jid iipit: of tint i.l-t! tri't'i- I Ia'.CiLIl. LOVDOV, Alar. I. 'JO

r. .4 ittd m y I.iutuis .el Cnre .c-. I J it-, operatioThn ?.!<.icmvnf.* s it j-ecius i iluui.j i I ? --n-ii'liT tho jiioporty rqudly -;-ValnfU' i .;!y, iai-l.t; ii.-ve; ::5.-t isom tl.rir Lord..'!.:;:s VLlth! A nni! from! II.lu'l I, arrived to day sla'vs:; tu! *
4. i H'Mlotibt that the I3il! xxill pasxbuth Ilmi and dctiiL'CKit;:* and then abili> h it i finitely. I IAheas.'y
The Hon. John R* it>c ot (11iiaCed n. a \ Ti -yirpto.ns e.f tie! pl-iiuo a.'arsd
< Viigiaia as % I'C.41Jie. e ro-<;Iutir..s v.-er ? MHUCtit->!' ,\! o alJ.u'y
President of the ussii. j *- Atrl i llius thu j gt4it puicodont on J.--j-! I s ; iiis t tho. system! conriirnred and nrtivri1. and i'ieliir.t "
day, ( <; l-y tiii'! Hon. Geoijrcot : the : ; ll.c; eLie! tnxvn-* of Mold ix-lit!

: :. nii Kentucky Jl-iu, Lei Woo
rtw flRrnplIiu If-,M. IVliGnindj ofTcnnc i iSo-.uli wi'l' be i>'( itili.-'icil. That t jj.sint t orir ,: themselves to resist jt, or submit* liki victims the niuii.-vilor( of the I' .-' (-lhtCt paid h shoisM take I IPIh-i: : : :n'aines. precazans having ; r tn.-:
ho'nM lot
the sactifico
the diuaJfu! evils I
.' ; lo
1Ion. C. C. ramlir l *.: of NI.XVoiK l HMI \ rirjk"f! wl.o r.in M-t hcjt/n.ls to the tl !;.Lei: t.) nit clTal! uiimuii
t g V. i JiMiijia'f ;,; !iii-h await thorn. n mo t eoMX'f.tirnt dv! :t'or thi1 !la.c! teee p, Kreensiderin I Ia c iir-n, o.\cept for mcJ.j .-
Gordon of Virginia and tic! Hon. AIi. Ovcrta c,'f 1ij2i of'tlio;t major-!}' ? Who on r.ty thai t i iAVr ? riC-'it! n oli'-n-il; hy Mr. C. f.'niiii; iiirthele.hieti.m j c.I aid. ". iIi thoperr M: alt"eeil.! !

L.iiiij.inn. '_ I iho .ippropiiation I oi'liioujands I wiJl not soon I 'Ul2j.ifl tli Dill of Mr. Mwr. I IV of [ TIiK; ineve-1 of .-.
te ;uir il.it-! >'. jftuin-iofe\port{ < of mone} : p-Mis tO he as low it1eiii1err
be lied millions ? f 15 ILL I I to amend an I act emitted An [ I I1ritili i. .. .
Our limits sw to Or that! UiiLs : act ,
t from : *
us in jib. i
pievei fintiliglimg dpi i:1 J ; I and ilhII.DrI- o1 l\ieign uool, \\ere ordeiodon i < --nriiiv as M ti-: country tj- Ilonant .-
1i e toufta and ni-mMcus upepfhcn on the ; j latin to firo notrrors will nut iuon be auirn- in addition! to the acts prohibiting the TIio of Lei -ic' hid
oc< ; i < o.i j t iiiitiu of Mr. l'rIddt: : Lewin"l -? city ;> f. t" ion to bonoxxhalfuWH

L' ;Vc have selrc!il the fie uldr toasts and such I i !!Hlod hv rxtt-ndin them to slaves ? The Slave TiauY," pasv.l M.trdi the third, ,,. rj- ..ri... 'Miit. .-.- (1-,.._.... ..*I i.- -. '!i'1 Iii '_.g.t.g ,4 ;

1 Toluntfcrs as v Jtfni of iatcrcst. I Constitution( is just as nrich violated--! > ot<> tnoiisaiul CII.MII IIUIIMK !
'
I : letters root iv.'il tlil-; miii nit g .-joik ct'a qruwim; ir..- a } ; a )' / inten.vt, xV. lour; jer cent.I .
1. Tliornas Jeffcrkon \V rrlchmfo j c-jnipmjni'-e between the States is P.c. it enacted hy the Semite and House ofItcpriscntutires .
: Ihp annitprShrj just I tli.11 i-ti..t.
as.niucii [pro'inent in the iii.'iiiii'acturing: di.trifttiui: the I -; l: : : ; arcn.su Liking ttcps: for tcdticiuj;
of hk irih, not j.i< il tee spirit orf rsoo,.! i itiia- ; destroyed-by the one a'. it can be \1 uf tin: I'tiinXf.'ift'i of the iiiter '
by ;ifll: ( \hici! ltt'l": pu vr.i.cu: rc ppcija: the : tc o'' '-t loUv!! inore th.ru: tre' per cett.Ths .
but from -
try, )
regardant icxtientc forhis p the other. VVc do ) Airirairi Cangnss (isi.initial 'i'h.a the
fUiUipk. ii'it enquire, however, i tra.ie in the city l h;:yaluKj-t! whwlly! !i-apprarjd." Al'j! ;: :: (-\j :-t.tbi! x1 ;!', it i expected, I b r> k-
into the constitutional rijilil of ( j Srcrctarv: of llus Tifitstny: !! ho, ami In is lii-rp- .
.
2. The Declnration Independence : An enduring I 'ongri.ss toj thy t- .-ii; fit ui Ti"ioi! oa ti.-e J::'tiofnext! nitintl:.
I invade domestic I by auihoii.sed lo : ovo t !tfii' order of Ririproclty Tml'.rs.( -'I !h" n"t>"'f iinj4; in tn! >
.1' monument of that devotion to libc'iy, and j our institutions, and t to It-- j j piy : :> the Slipnii-j lor ineie.intil'j <. -.--. xvs: j-fr.n-e olidfiei
purl
3. ? abhorrence of tyranny, which stamp the thai ; cltr, I p'-late away our property. We KtH.- tiit! i ijsue.li hord of innr0is: : of t the "Amri I trail socirivi: Hriiisli PjiIiaiiiPt.'tin tiif :i"th! iarcheie: ofzjrc-ut in
't-: high -j'ietC"oi'tLt* .
4l. and mark the whole OIIUKC uf (lie life of i'x' stutiioi. enquiiics are utt ?rlfiuii'css.. We fur coIoiMZ-ng! lie fu-e j ioo! of r..ir! of the ': iittret.: (hi fhttt: diy Lord Ahcitlten! laid oi the l.i. : ileunu-I: Sor i trr.;

*: lion 3. American"Thomas Jefferson ; Author uf the De lma-, J knoxv iliJit; li! Con>tiluioti! i js as much dis- L'niud: I St.ilcs, out of any men: v in t tlio tioa1sury i hie oftl.o); 1ti-o! ofL'Ttilha reciprocity t'tatyhioh poit--' : '
Xijc'trn.: ? !
Indrptittlence Stastue
: ; of the of -Dy tie >r-g EIL&r, at PLii!:; : .1:ia, tiff
Virginia regardi-il if it hid i not otherwise .'.pprnpiiiii) d I lie f.. \\ hd i'l.-n ci.i.h-l! ( uith tlio (laronunrnt of }
establishing religious freedom, AIM! FailiciOf os never ; e\ste :aid tiiatth. ; siiuj (:j jt editor of the. Xatl.if!
1 .
J Ihe Juiteikity of Virginia." (MiMiiorandum of .! .vl!1 ofthc majority) is the tuily riilu oi" t tL ity fivo doUais! for each nud oxery nai Austria. Karl: >'t.LIii')1'] .j!jet'dl : ieiti. (,that in-: ; ---ettj :;: rrffixetl %Alexic

.: ilr.iIl JeiTf rion., fouuJ fa a drawei coutaiuii? his action. We know that appeals to the jus-j i live born fue pi'Moi of color of tile Uniti-d lure n< ( :iriKit! <>d i iatciil''y; tudrferior.ite il'p alr .i. '! !papers ilc-xxn !o tLe17th J iac1.!

4.)The Kentucky Rtiohitiont of '98 ; drawn by tire, or metry of drat ninjoiity are also >vip. |J Stales of Ameiica, or any of the territories dy de1reisett .*'nj'i:in r intel el of riiglniid. '1 Le I'.jrl '!' The coirntry: xvas still ajit.t :il ; the gr.vcrrr."i: >f r

$1 i lb sump hano WMIUHUTW the DectArnson or nmr.pendencc Wo thuipfnru()) would iK-ilhei discuss. the right ihfiocf, tt'ion the board of managers; ; shall Aherdeen in reply fully confirmed all that is .slii-i! r.cxv au'iiini-stratioii nnii-v and precari'ius ; widerin.ias :-

J ; ... S ; a practical illiittintioo of JetTerconiau nor entreat the Iii bearanrc, of our nnpi mci- nfibrd to Jiim satisPictnry evidence of their in Mr Canihrclcng's He-port respecting the incicris-o di Ci! ->ions xxtrc rii"; j..iiccn itg the! u'll.iy cf

L f the republican relative principle pouers ot, the und Stale a covrect and denaition i\-derul Go-of pled oppressors. But w<- would ask whether having tiansportcd fiom the United States, of British -hippiug. said'ihal the hlppijig interest npthitdeof the Federal an'I ('(-tur..l sy.-t mi tcxera-

; vernnoenti.d. the Southern Drh atcs will allow the question | or any tomtoiy I thereof, to any colony upon was at present i.n ast.ite embarrassment und ly. (jreat jeaLiiify prex-ai's the subject of the

I Virg5e.iaresolutionsBJ Ma
lJ:. ct the year '98-Text books in the Jefferson whether the people of tho South will : be hciralicr planted by the said society ; low that: these results: were in' any decree -rttributiMo i-oine efthc ilexieau editors; dare! that they particularly

*t .4' ; u the school days; when of( Liberty hey cease wjia.benumbud.to le teutl anti admire, tolerate its zlt.itatioiiI ? J'rovulc(!j That (hO tntiie, sum so (to bt ; to the operation of llirs: treaties to uhicli! te! noMe di !ruIdeat Jci k-cn. In tl.e! nijtLt; cftic

4 ,* o. LowiiUua: Hie memory oiiuin w no flcq'ie! I This hill caps the climax of indignity [.ai.i. shall not, in any one year, exceed iu a- Lord and those who agstx'd with him ohj.-cted. I 7th itlt. ii: the; capital ;a n n-pi'-tiftis: member of L1

V r It, fijgf itoD&red, by HH aimivenaiy ccinnicn.t n. !! ih-Soti.Jt.!? Compared; with it tliu ; to inuunt Itlty t ihoi.'Snd' dollars.j I Ii j II denied that that they held"out undue and disproportionate Chamber Deputies Den Jvn M ta AlfZcit, WaS
Tariff
;.i lion under the Presidency of him who defended it. ( and 'ithueiact of 'j SIT. 2, And belt further enacted. That t enc-'unigement to treign Gripping as ua.siis s>CIZC1i i ill las house by order ol'lhe ujie1i.C Goierc-(
c 7. 'PCACI. und honest evrry oppression arc lifht
cuiuerce
wIth all natiotu ; entangling, alliances with fricmhliin none.! ", 4 and brr.iruble.! It I is not only, like the Tarill' !I vhon: any such free person o f color shall I Lie t ntcd. It had been aliinnc.i that the fimo-jnt of I meat, s.nJ jiapert were found upon biiii, which heiitbtautl -

(Jefferson lnuugural Address.) a direct violation( of our rights hut it'' an inhabitant of any* state or Territory" w hich j tounn-rc was no criterion hy which} they coirfd justly ) cndeaxoiedtu! tetroy.! tLat Letiajciia. !; *
t
4: B. 'The support of the State CJovernmenti in all its f hatred has no seaport, the fnriher sum ol ton dellats estimate the circurnstanrs of the hif ping ir.tcr.- I cwtt-piracy. Ou the 10h! the Senate organized itself
conveys ce to uiythu- I
upon our
1.i for their our rights domestic as the ronctrns.mo- competent" The administrations tions ;: rii1 indifi'erence to our nfctv. ::.ft not !jfchall ba paid by the Secretary of the Tieaj I Hut this wo. nothing to the purpose. If any noble! as ii grand jury to enquire into tl.e cze, and ucanimoa.sly -
( same. -
y. The preset''vniiow of she Ueaierat Government) only inv.ides our domestic policy, but coin- j sury, cut of the sum appropiiated} as aloie- I Lord objected to those ticaties, coukl! th\v that tlur.I agreed to present him for trial a- a conspira

la ita whole reneiituiiooal xi igor, as he shv< t nnchrruf p Is us to pay for the execution of the out- j *Jul, to dili ay the expenses of such fire j p.-.i I lug their operation, the incrcss-e of Brili>h Shippin tor. Ilij precise p'/iu' or motive Jlcvolution_ "

our peace at home and safely nbiead." (The rage. It not only robs us of our '|| >on) of color in reaching the port ut( which[ ho ; had been suspended, while the di.-treM gained ground not disclo d. Lorenzu Of Zazrla, v.liohad bcC3 -

lame.) but threatens }property, may fmbaik.A thoro was apparently, a specious cve made out accused before the Senate by tlirc'ioftha: Lctly, "
10 "A us with danger. Our brethren
jealou* care of the right of election by
the have in fact decl ; against the policy entering into serrtt treaty- acquitted. :
people a mild aud t&fo cotreciive uf those trcd w.ir against: us. The
Abuses which tire Lmord hi the ordouieuIuijon FetJenl: iovcinnifint. xvtiirh is hound t.i new Nvtl from the Author of Pdl4am.-The During the last three years, however, it was IM>!Orious The Chamber Depntei }Ki\eprj-cd a bill, of

I jn count i.in where feicrnltlr remedies are unpioTided. protect us has Mtr. HiirnciB. of New York have received the I that there had been a vroeressitc tMStasc in thsi niuttcca cla i>C5. bv the SMtofwhii! the entry ct

." ( Mme.) .. commenced a system which lust volume of a new novel entitled "Paul Clifford," i in of which cotton into the lVr xvhich 1V-
head to employmtnt of our sliipjnvg, suppart as- I good-i 1exicvi ports, were
may scenes horrible than hi'-
1 !. in the more
"Economy public eiptnsr'ihat labor from the of
Chy bi lightly burdened." (Same.) gtnation can conceive. Discuss the question "The pen Uui.xvtn, the author; of "Pelliaoi," i sci lion he might state that four hundred additional( I bibht'd hy the lax of the -Kit MLof the last year, i aIptrmitltd

12. "A **Ue and frugal Government, which shall of slavery in Congiess- the GovernmentHg.unst IUo\vucd.aud."Devcrcjn'c.! It ;s said to be British ships had patwedthe Sound daring the prece-1 I II until the 1st cfJtinucrj, 15'U. The duties

retrain men from injuring me another, ,hal! leave ; array the most oii 'iuul of-liulwcrs xxorks, full of satire, I ding year. To what other test than this c<*uld they 1 xxhlch may be collected oo suth gtcd.J, are to be srt
in aid of
appropriate
then oTherwise free to refulnte their own pursuits money broad comedy; an4 dramalip-uitewst. fairly refer to ascertain the coruparatiw fund to the of another
nitet
abolition-..and who does einploymo.it'ofjtnr apart as a eme Qccy
f Indottrj And lalI4oeMP-Rnd shall not t krfroui not foresee tho inevitable It is well known noxrcl -
the
to reading poljlid that 1 1 .
shipping inter-e1 _It did. not''five them any Spanish iava. ion, and to assist tbc HciJean cotJca
the month ol labor the l lread it had earned : consequences ? And yet we ire told Jitilwer's works
(hi$ if tuc. < a of foodforcrnspcnt." ( arns. that tho object of the society is ; are at present ncarfythe only publicf information with respect to'tbc profits-nhicli iljsytcrir."J nufcctorics. The free inticdcction* of all sorts 0sccrnd. *

-plrUaathro-- CLtiOfl. the Kind worth readjivg. it was true ; br.l tL? factirsftf!' ho cor.t rt--a ac :i nffr&n pros... itt' t











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ai gtt'ii, > Vfer-vlf; ; nllovvsJ! fur fafpeechiii favor oftlo bill), and i ia hill
oppo.- a
knowledge its merits lui willing
; being Vic are gratified to learn from New I
fyrei tiua to Mr. a am a party man m tic true of
Tlf c aslin! ra:!.? i< opcnl to nrc. sense tht
Iwove3rc. LV-TH.E HOUSE, .- upon'this, as upon every other occasion, York paper, that our Delegate in C ongress word : but God forbid that I should be -
fo'jr,-.- for the oIearrbsngcil.tIaI ever *
fir r-i purpose The srtlntion introduced by Mr. haTtronr the where a public officer is charged with violating has been unanimously elected an Ito narary come so much a
man
prtl''>ct* to U-ttamoroi. T.impiro, anJ Mat-iportln.: ronimitU-c on AJiiitary Affair', directing the-Secreta his lhity'lo1iave Miecii Member party as obsequiously
cumbtaijces fairly of the Delphinian Institution of to to I
foreigrvn iutj the KepuWie, by tht ry at VVac to rej>oit a plan for the reduction of the and stoop answer party purposes. 1 wish;
The entry frontier, without fpecial! license from theMeiICU nuniber oforF.vers of the United States Army, was dispassionate inquired intoi>y lie competent Union College,, at.Sciie7iectedyt..N. York. sir, and indeed is'the principal object of

::3rMer7x taken up and discussed by 1r. flesh and! Mr. Tay power, wu purposely abstained from j Thus we 'find that whatever pretences I this Tiote, to *ure yoiT that 1 have had neither
i is iuterdictoJ nnd ahso. colon
authorities, ; lor, until the clo e of tie hour Mr. Tucltcr lias pr>saosioii any remark upon the subject, tjiough it there may be amongst a fjortion of CUF own a direct aor indirect participation Co-
iZati'fl' in the frontier province- by citi/.rns of trie adactrt of the floor to-morrow, this subject- seemed to be \iew !
upon .a superficial our undervalue
upon community, to worth and character (what I at Icn$ consider) the
(Ot'fl1i. The bill was !.-. fort* tic! Smate.anil The "jie.ikcr prthtntcd a rcinmunication from the duty to do it. abroad unjustifiable
J where petty political anlrno- business.of from I
i ecretaiy of MJtc, transiiiittir.g an abridged report wjudrawing you the little !
expected 13 pw. It win reported by a ?periilrninjittc" ; ot'tbfl number American seamen employed in the Upon the presentation, as above referred sitities do not reach, and are. not suffered to bounty herctofrre allowed- you, and for I

: : appointed to ie\Uc fl1t- f.r preserving #-veral districts of the Union, during the 'sear 1PC1) ; to, the Memorial and documents, together !influencp-opinions, a true estimate is formed.n.stead the prQCuremcit of \the necessary services
integrity 4)tthC territory l'tl o Mexican republic.V \> Inch, on motion of Mr. IeVitt, was ordered to )
ih'1 with documents to artficcs and uhich
sundry communicated by. ihe. resorting imposing in my judgment, 'you have bob:
bo laid the table! anti printed. 'J he House then
V s-tru< !; with th>' circjn>tance thr.t in the upon
nre \\ent into a eonimnittec of the \VI1)1e on the slate of Judge hiu.iclf; wnc uJurrcd to -Judiciary upon the credulity of the people, by attempts promptly andj.bly tendcied. I cm indig- f ;

pv'flhi'Ilt! pape*, ltJnt ($iial. then-i j. a trainLti the Union, Mr. vartin in tl.e chair, and after an unucces"ful Committee, consisting of Messrs. Buchanan,. to weaken: their confidence our I mint at seeinga set of meb, whether in tlo- I

1:1 ofthit tKiit i'f Mr. I'.iiitt's tit-fence.: pnhli nf motion on the prut of Mr. Clark, to take upi Wicklifle, Stons, of N. Y. Da\is c'f 5. C.Douldin most distinguished and most useful men, wefhoTlid I vattd or liumlle! staliofi, pursuing with sucb

] t| J)q.e4> M' V l.M. which: c\lil-.i': 'h:1 poliliral < >nsf bill to establish! a Territorial (7ernnient in IIuua tlisHotth and \V hitc, of L; This be gratified with the distinction they madticss-the icry course of intolerance and

!' !i 1 ?! \if. ; with ;t s' n i-otHti'.l ( z.fit:1rv ami a M'.nilar one on the part of Mr. JJH1, to take committee of such eminent enjoy, and proud of time character: which Inch
< np the billi to proriJt* for tie!: removal of the Indians composed men, prescription, they have so long anTj -
\ } '[it:".:.' at J ratif\ '.iz i! in ll.w v.holo d tiil. Th\f V.'f-l oi'tiie Mis-ii1pi. the: committee.on motion of have trade a faithful and careful: examination, their; high standing: '-in"- the estimation of the j MJ JoudH (andas they infcfnncd me so justly J -

a j.n-ii'.lied ffoutliMii.in. \\ ItJfl the party now doni- Mr.. Miillar)', piniT<>ileflt< consider the bill to amend into all the allegation.Mul explanations of public itpparts to our Tenitory.Il ) condemned in others.

n.ti.1 assaiKl with I> mncli 1.&iii1cr mid smiinos'ty.: 5* an act in nUcir.ti.ni of the duties ell"ctuii on imports." J he the parties and hive; come to the conclusion the rule be a good done to form an estirnaie I To General Jackson I am a firm and un. ,
object sit the bill \MIS the more enthorL
thh treated( by llit-ir leaders a= the l/urlie l antrsority ot&muum-himimnd of otiier eva-5nns of f the pre ncnuelavvs. \ that the cluuges :ne unfoundid and are riot ( of the character of a state or commnuity. | deviating JrictxL 1 have fp'ught under his

ni.l bc- coin sell. r, in regard In the vires of their Mr. J/allary| in a speech i I fupwaids of two worthy if] coiifi-Jeratiim, aid are viewed asa from the iibility, talents and qualifications i command ai diim.proud to own. that lie

p litc'il $v i natrlhtf err-r f;I'a: .tadiisinitr.itiTt -):!.*. hour.iratiuH! proceeded to explain: the necessity most df.'cidid implication atrainst those who of the public officers and agents selected I' has been my commander. I have lo\ed him,

:. -tat.-j vtt vVure i : u---n-! '.l t41 him nre rocnUii'iiul :- fi;>r jjjts.-in tliebill, in au extended argument, in theii.iirft. them. .. 1 1r..julc i ,_l to represent-them, we degrade ourselves and in the sincerity Qf.niy heart 1 say that*!
.
ol which he reid to the committee \ari in
-I .-h..! nnit .!,>Vf vif.* i-'in Dories and an- wera upon the subject which( ns boof : The commillrc have dctormincd that; time 1.by withholding the meed which others still love "/iint"bu> to be compelled to love

of ":.! -' i. :' 'ise j).vj}'e.: J ii'- )v.iIJr-! -ppi-. a* ha\uig piocueded ibm a crinj.ptct; .-iMr. :- memorial is not worthv* of icing niudt1 the'' award, and show ourselves- UIIS'Ol thy the every one wh, for ptu-poses of self aggrandiKcuieut I

of 1 '.i. 's. .. i.i .'I.: 'v ..jfinl-of ti! lihiriv. iit-! t5m: : ity. Cainbreliiij.: inquired by w 1.0111 tl.oro.insvbrs of a lepiut( and will lit; passed by t tMjlijict respect which has been icqtjited for us u- prtfend to rally around the Jack-.

p i'!. n<-e. ::n.l j>r.j--prity "f the J Vxic.w npv.bi.IhisiM .\': \ eie ?hen, \vhioh l/r. jUailarv: ilcciir.cd to fait: f'littfin.'e lenrii: from oiluy; totr: < esla btonJTl.osc_ ; : >on Staudurd,* is what I ncvei can submit
Mr. ) o/or l !
aaver. iriyton. as a pcmt Mibmiit I: d 1
. a soit puftlni'iiotH tnr.niph and vindication that >i lr. Mallarydluiald: not be allotted !.> r. :ul fuitlirr !>o tJmt tl.is;: tr.\c>:. ;;: )ii h;;< pt.uiluccd! in. remarks however, though mpiltcahile ] Jo. .r The pe<.|lcjof-this country, like the

ot'thc envoy, as a ?t:4: i' i>viJ; and acc'.iraf.' ob- 'iver : nail's he would disclose the ;a-ithor f it J' tjr :in- the Ui'iuLi: iil' iIt' coj'.iiit: tr ;ir.d (,l f all \\ho- to the sionny-pu'ludo of an 'election, will ,, humble bontnifcn o# J/ississ'ippU, otrjfht .

cf the Republic alt-j-i-tl'cr iiJU'X-.inpl-tl ir. verTho C'haiiman (Sccuied that le: lad ti-e rigt!: have taken the 1; -.n-l/i.; t.) examine i thu;l JKIJ I[ cr<, find in the pesicVfiiHiiterval which succeeds! to hvpin to look oflt lor vrtaltrt ? Tho foz

tic hiMtory. Ffli- &ui.s n! *? thl tljiin \\ hen pre- to icMtl whatf\erl.e thought pplirabc! tlifr ronimitti'O an inijuc--jiti.M ;'i.d f\pik'>si >n, iilulily IIOMDP.Lle but a limited few to whom they will apph. m t : lefl lrt 'nic be guarA.l L_..
ir.-t dvc'kie v. tiat v.ili.e tuI,! alt-i! il -
tlit-y \% ; t.) ,
eent. bat hail? him. v.hen! :ab-.-tl. w &u uncle, i in iloi.ig wiiicti tiity; nijji.t l-oar in iriid tatte! ren- :'. .to JId; j-i: Smi'.ii; ; ::d! not even '..11 infaori :; ibid. \| I am, sir, whk high consideration, most .

ti'iiai! rct'usi."! tu mal-e J.nouji the .--oiif Irsinivh''iL1 : !e iir.ire sjtjn t-\i.-c: { (! ]\\ ui;) ofTl'.e iLC1 V/e take: pleasure! : in announcing to masUMS j; respectfully, the humble servant of ycufS

APPOINTMENT-! > V TH !. I'llFSIDENT j :i it: : itu>v.f < c.ure. >'r. Ahtllary l.avlnj: :; .- ;miI-l: 1ir:; of vo .t-N :md others inteiested that theLight and the.people of my. district. I i

By end if i'A tc: adrirt unl r anr.t: fft'ic Senate.TnuM : cinu-14.. 'il : mi ti.< !in ;s.r. M'-i Jyilic, time fur'her'! .... DAVID CROCKETT.
!;:. n im. \ !:i. i, Jpd :e Sniii: is-: : c I llnusc: :i it I I !, mouth of i ihi> tin thor i* -
U. Joiixju: to b- CtiJSertor of tiie ( ;!<;-:, consuteiutic:: of t5f :.<)! v.-:- i i o-tj o.-i.-d) and the l/.il; '
for the District, and In-pictur, of the Ktjicr.ne for a letlm't'h'ii!' ef'.I-1 CLI:<> nt ti i a.fliil'i'i: *. \\ asi been; place-'; !, vine iit- (itim! jae; : !<.>! \\, I'UIiIIZ't't' ;: : in operation. The difficul- I; C. D. 3IfLr.AJ: :, Csq.Economy. .

tcms i tn.%n tdl.cn rp. V. rii>i'.s! ;tn.>:ii aid: iich\s so long complaitsed of, ia :. -

$r the Pbit of St. Mr.ry'in the t'te of 3arvhu.d, ). und .oiiMubrcci ; J:.rr w i.iclm tit1 iiou.-c >>mk (;p ) !<;d sonic ;:if\h! !:!; term vice NVillinm II. PIaVdCflrefliOVtd. : time L.ll I'lOtn ti.c cuiimll of: \vn.ar.'j r..cv-. ink- the in" London from the 1
the, general exprexaioa of kindness ob\iated. It forms a conspicuous boarun ecOnomy practised ,
JOHN Ii. MfiiPHi to h" Collector ( the Custom.* lug ajip'opriaticns for the, imj-iovcn., nt rf errt1i) I \eiy
ti.e !)itic: of Teethe, aud pect-roflhe Kconuc harbors, t.c. which! pasttd the rommitu; e. \\ jIm an ainendnie.i.t Jiiid t cojifnleiifi; tlit: h.s: > been mtitii't-siej by* by da\, und the light is represented to following! fact About" four hundred broken I
fjr
voting t'iUO) dollars for tl.e ( tUt.t! ill UCI ion I the ;people of his
1r tile I'crt of rrauklin, in the State of Louisiana of a public store or warehouse at Mobii..Vr.. r-pcn- ;all the counties have i lepea.uily boirje : every week, and boiled for the. cats and fr 1

v ice Joseph Aborn, tkceac !. i i't-r ci New VarL o\ed the rcroMsiiivni ol tl.e _f) dogs in time cilyi There are four licensed .
testimony lu the f.iithfnlnesx ;:lility wihuliiih 11(1 .V/AM.isiVfjf.-Tbe; report of i
I vie oltlie house on We'lue-day.oi'ait'.t! t the} fiin'i i
FLn: :h tJ)1 Int1ig.flc-. I| incut of the Buflulo and I\'e\v OilcaiH Koad Hill ; 1.0 has; dischar'jed; ;all: titc '''tit'ie* imposed te!: I->e-ij: of I ii- ern.iL Improvement on time | hoi so butchers, who kill each about fifty per $i

It hn ; btii tilt i1ioiv.!, as a laaitt-r t.f icj-.ronch, wiikh, al'Ur aIcngdebate.a! nrd.t ud. vpon a d'm-iI UJHI: him l l-y the i.Ub: til" ;!.e L" COOts nt i !L:!, i1. JL'.ifiJil: btlwern the Atlantic j jUM uvk, which they 'purchase at an average ,

tat on ni ic than one occasion, ifccntly. t'.c! I ion byeau and nays: by a vote of !>5 to 91 'in! : States and of tim-. 'I 't iiti; y.Ju ; IM- ( ii.If ot.jMexicti, contiiins utucli vain- i }price twenty-five shillings ahead. Tho

llnti-.c( of i'ki|!U eii1aivrs has been obliJ (0 ad- the pr4viIita bill,
jlIr U. .1i.n the waul cf n SiiflckMit uuinb' r of j A iMOlion was U-eli mad by Mr i utliviland to lay : result of this ir.vestiatioi; : shotilti LUJ msde nl ibo coast, t MVtHs ;ftnl cor.: itry embraced; by shoes to hc iron mangers, the hair to the

1:. --iic: s in attcndun-e to consiitute n .i4irum. tin} bill upon tie! table ; and t'i,<% ye: j-uul nays being i ij public, and seek for nothing further than to tie scrv .-\i. Tie; Delta, : of lie Mississippi; I upholsters) ; the bones to the button makers;
I UenioH.-lod and taken, the propsiti-i! \\as adopted by is iioiicni them recion ;md the flesh after being boilod in huge kcttk.s -
;; :- a ciicnmstance, l hvvcr.: ?.t wl.iih r.ouf will j io! him justice. Wishing, ;i far as; possible, :iii.ni] a very peculinr j ,
ci licembirniuo. ; a vote uf 91 to tf The Ii-i-j. ut Jifteon nunuies pa.-t : to kind feeling in tl-i-'i! cuiiimunity I I in I its fttrmatiorand, lug 1r) important; I to i ii to the retailers! 'of cat's meat, who sell
.t' 'u p1 aCJ, }. ) has bail ftiiv e xpfiimce six, on m.tlon.M".Mr. J-'imliav. adjn'sin d."IN prcnioio ,
li.ive avoided ion llKil mi htbe i he: iiuiicuiiurc of the United Styles. That it out by ;he pound" to their customeis, as
the -
.. ia i it' t it her iian I.i bear, of THE SLKATE.: wu any o mX pie.- i

::1 ol tbat tjn.ly. :"icr.te. fi-snjPS.s! of thu fit ?t April 10th. I thought unkind, and some fnt-ts thai would p'< ruliarity I of i fotmntioti; ; rer.rlcis it r.ccessa ry I rejiubrly: as the bakers. supply families with 4,

trtutt ,q; if. h; '; t'rn ;nn. T waiisjii. 'i The Cliuinijon cf several committees made re- shew a more (i ciilc-d sentiment at \VnvIiiiigton llifit any Msu-m <:I f canals; ;>opicd! in Louisi-! j bread I
various bills: tliJ-t bail bCtfl committed to -
p.j tg oil i in fs\or of the and lie : amia, sLut.Il not, HS lice Itt-port{ rrnnuks, i.fliiniujj I -
f I
Iii- I j t.c I1 iug.. ( C'i' (r t"m. Ile w>lationtt r'- >r.bmitfd !t.}r Mr. JiiKI1aud : *-. I t ) Judge a L4LI1t -
1 ; I to '. o1 i.f iliffieit The laiidfd. eslate-of Prince Borghesc iu
ineinuiiiiiists and wefurther that iheI t. ji-ct only rc.nneciing
usu.il IIP the table Luj.e i
.' j <-.i pr .< .itLa five o'clock, and Mr. HiiU'ies.bich, as ; on ;
'ill for I j.t.in.s; : uiib < acii oilier and! uith the I Ifl11U I! Ilisly, extends over no less than 80Q square
to- ...t'-i. i.ol (I1.I U the mi;;d is f..iig ed. bnt one div? The inakinc appropriti. ('xariiimatiin I I lesnlt ofihi' investigation; and ihe ( oiidnrei ,

Iitor lionis fa t. i.c'iy sniTeis also.ind >! and Mir\f\s, and 1'jt tcrfiin u nkof I mm- f his i ft; llow-rii/; : \; ill! be 41Imsiccl i < o! ij : ;irUies of ( cHit tmmctirj:ion, but shcu'd leagues, snd comprises Iwo millions of inhaLitants. -
ci n-iii lii'S e .i
tty ; taKvn ol' Mr.Kiii'4 .
In mr.tuin
terual noxei-ieat
upon I'O tr imed like tiiat uS.-rJi is the -
: at
sufficient him iriijnro! h'ri L employed
I tu
ibc habit : M and so the Members 'ihe iii-bati1 on ilii bill giew out ul a motion : to JKJ-JS by this matter \\khou? funhur notice. tin mu!h of tile llbine, I!.e Mtuii? r.rul! the
the t e O'.MMMI lonpi-i: IOIO ; I IIED-In this City on Monday night
; of Mi. Dicker-son's, tostiike! out time apprepiiatiou; of IN'be-Ill, tO git! ii the fcnniiy Kgainst ir.inida-

lrp :Y; ::ic hv o ie. tu rr'.vsini irsidmi.in, ti-r hitviflp j' ..;$j; JOOJi>, making an appropriation; furcomplplingllip; ) i 1 From the Floridian & Advceutp.I ., lion, to JrKilitalu ilrainnqo, nut! create I byn his: Douiia Rosalie Perez y Garriga, aged ,

Ytelb.Ve1C11 so Icn" i.t M .iilius: tl>e iinaekus; s.Ti'V..< fir a caiul, toronr.ect: th" \' ;ajfr> of the Atlantic ')IT / /p\T i rfrs't tn :.! n i..t norcuned ; larfii ncressiuii nt" frrl'le soil.'I --- 48 years. : t
cn'.Ii! ol nature. All t!'ins .- n-.l. iJirtten!-; with the ( ulfsf( .>I"MCO : v. Iii'-li motion \\aMipj'ortttii I Time Hon. Alexander Siaytbe rarmtjerjofCongress
'I 1
bi.s the the
at Magnolia ( n .Sutnl.iy sni'jf-ct I i is more! itvpuitar:, as
'. is I I'K'I \ ; by' Ii'- rD'n ktm!tfsfl, r-\ VIm. l King ;aL.i j < evening died
uTi'.i' iroin the State .of
enw i h:> thy IJicisf of 't ii I i. Virginia, at
iyier : am.d ocp""I I by Mesr s. IIi'! iiiK-. Living-1 List. Two stoics amid a Ta\iin I wesedc: suil I nnd i iiniriie itt e adapt*-d l;> the graivch of

Ciaitu.le! !for ;t stf-mlin'-s! tl.nn thr rrvi-rs -. Tli- j 1 t-in, iiulnis-., Cl.iyt: .,n, J.,:iii 'ii! ('II.UII'MTS! and ( tioe.d.rri I :<: huihlings! uno insti; ed.r1 lu sugar, :.iul as nature ha* set certain ii.nils; to5le Washington City on Saturday, tlie.l7'.h ult.

House has we tic-l'u-'.*', neur found iist-lf without aquru'1taucr ,; Kane. On kinp the t'i th- J.notii.n \\ ;:< lo-l. ': 141-;.-. of (joods is variously e.-iinviied:, Oom 3 I : growili of this valuable product. -- .H
12 sc'.sck.! 01 l.rfnrt-. If we rompaie || On resuu.iiiff, as the unlirii-iieil b fin'-s-. te! ci1mi-i.deration We announce Colonel
of tb. bill pnnidina for; the n-ii i\r.l of the j i to J (),(,()() duliais, ov.ed: by Mr. Uurgess, I It t h; s been ol served that t the freshets in arc requested to 1-

tnc: atlendiuco in ur Legiaaii\e! noili-* U ith lhat inr.cBiilil luJiuusinihe United States L-eyonJ tl e --- .- i iir. and I ILfekins;, 5Co. I Ir the "Jissi-sipjji ere becoming: higher ibmi usu- JAMES GADSDEN., a candidate at iho
: House <.! Couitnuii-, iKe tontuist is vtrt ii. | next: eluctinn Ic2cgatc in Congress froqj
.\ r pra; coiniiu Ktcil l.is speech) ieplyto'r. 'at!, at'.fl time luptnrcs uf time dikes more freijtieni .
rrni.irKablc) ; nnd *ve have iiiodtice'l I I.<* stii>j<>ttnow. I fttnytfi/'ayd ocrupieJ tl.e iloor till a l.it 1 l.our, '.vlei: this Tcriitory.Wo S I
r ; 1e; :; :e the etiled! pails of Lower
for the purpose of cn'lir.s) hc utHT.tion s.f..u< U.u iii..ilo ad.yurned. !j OciUa LIIl(1S.-It is a circumstance =omeviliM arcix'qiiestf to announce Colonel
Louisiana: aie mcieand more menaced with
i IN THE IIOUS.I .
in anl tit il.Althor I : i remaikaule; that uitl! wi.hin a few JOS. M. the
facts WHITE candidate
i
rr ,
rttis 10 some st? kin5 | : a at next
lci.a! re5ri'L' the SYnpof
I Tl'H rr- i>l".tioi of .Mr.; : I j beie.gou iflown. The leason is this, that, ; '
:;ii, ii juj.f rcq-iri: jain-jo i iy to I'm.u : '..!! War trepent: a plan furiciUicin! :: ti.e r.iM.ib'T uxinths, it v. as iOt; ki.ov/n or b. lieved, that a bt-fure the extension of settlements along the j election fur Delegate in Congrcssfrom this

rjuuiuni for Li'sinrj?, as isi ;s1i!! ( :i-S witli us \ ui1j'i- of tJe aimy.M* f.iras tni: iit IK -uii--ti-t !.tiy(!: of'.aiuabli I ; l.ind,m I, <.f Ci)me IdCI able ex- iitsi: Ill' Ito ri\er nnniprcns issues and Territory*---Flartcllan fy Advocate. i -

Members out of -i ls '.us.: :.- d! HI-.', f.fiy tigl-t, j \\ iUi the i teirsl> of tin* s r\iit*. v.aairiin: :a- ten;, 1 .\ along( the Ocilia ;it (time dist: nee of gut : *
forty l.. n Uj.). Mr. TcckiTudtlif-s-eu: thcr.m ,e u< cn t.l.<1 omit. ;s cariieu to tin rcn a considerable vol- ; BENJAMIN WRIGHT, oTers( himMilf -
than! 16 miles! fiom tins
the Uiiu h !I I-u < f Coaimcns i rom- not niojc j.lace.loe .--
which!
of Ih.I; i('>.t a. til th'Mli'oft tn"!: allotted l h "ir. Tl. ; n- tune: ol uatcr. For the security ot'ibese set- a-CandidaU the
Bt.f5Lt- ru.nhtT So irnnf act hufine. inii.d-r'.fthe ci \\a-.ii. r.tcurt'a-'; \\ili! t'i' r-i'i-! :\ ; than ayvar since, we stated on theci' a> to represent County
a
pos*::&: ne ly tleneitti: it v.T.3 to fieri dikes orIcrcis
Yrt this inimbi-r if i< firquontly: tirTicuit! t* c-t oftntIKir.e, dt-\ o:in fiiunv: and :a ir :inv ; autho/iiy iniuiMtr-.tiun i: t jcii\rtl! fiom it cit-: wbii h have necessary stint tlicje outlets, arid of tlscmiHs: in .the. next Legislative Council. -

i un-nk'r.itiiiii of }private businc.- taken > ]> v. :ta i rrriis. :- 7.en v. !..ovs;; ; the- eaili'-.f; foltlcjs of up .
together, Jind Mil! noi<' *o to krcp tngctl.rr jilter itmcu-z .h time bed of te! river !
: -. :.:. : Tho: ijitljfoj'tlie n-iief-jf il.- dd.i.niii! ; i>, by sMj'h'htrntr.g; ,
.his "i'i ar.d wlo.-o JAMES PENDLETON is presented to
j-.ri: i I-e
teJiituiy
l j '
they have pot thrin. TI.e sirjoim- pur-pirph .st t
( which rrtT.ir.asoi.L- !'.e story of the Slfiiirinrnr Tl t't" ;Ilo.*. ii biiN! tvt-r insiderrd I in -( .: -- -. : h.il :S < fiifc fieiint-nlh, ltd l.in into thoiine.'jioe 1 ivi'biif i a n.iirov, ci...IIL'ICI.; Tbe same Cciuse'must the citizens of E eainhia County, as a Candidate

of the S-arU touuiiii's, 's s ho made reinm to thi1'tii'.pe in thc ord.- in uiii-li: tl.cy v *'re cilld imp from t! ri-
iciii.r. Tne lull Jrom the -cae fi/r the reii J" ..ftin1 lu.o'it-s! : of lar.il whi'i! Yin ;.l thee! ..stiiiiS sotuiea. :- Gouncir.Ve .
on cl.J bench,
; up-staii !, anJ ti> dipnlies) V.41C ruiu.'u-g lownHtwellh a jiciision to Aaron Jie> jiolds : the bill for the re- .- t of us, along lle; Ocilb, S.eeneI.iTilii- i couiiti'iacting it, ibe 1 K < port we have rcftrID ;authorized to announce ED WARD

of the liffofVilliaui Price the bill for the relief of In- I and Suw.-.nc-e, ate ninong the most vnliif.Mein LIVINGSTON DRAKE, as a Candidate
) ,) \< il! give one u tk-Hier idea I coitrat :-; : I td t rfcomiitc'i ds the improvim nt .ind
J I| \id IJrooks : the bill for the relict Martha Yfoniauj -. tli.i Tenitory. Tbisbtateniviit; made to represent Escan.Lia County in the next J1
)l-itifh
i.i the biutnfss-h.iLits of the 4It ( dealing ont of sev-l;: jreat: ; outlets! : uhich,
j uidovvoi'Juhn; : the 1a11 for the n-liefof Ja l'r- '
; per in connexion with > of iho! LegiMHiive Council.
a sj.t-cii\c \tevr
i
American Lc isltttniis, tlian the- JKS laboied i-li : the biii fjrthe relief of Mc'shat-k: Bro imimir. tl.e pii by causes COi.5t11i11)! iicrrir.g: ; iii that extraordinary for thu
ilbsI; I a'inFL { bill f.rtiie relief of the }lr gt1 iepie.vnt.ili\e-" of Joe ; growth ;anil prosperity( ol this town, and tc-, I sireaic, bcicono: graduaUy! filled!: up SAMUEL FRY, is a Candidate $

!riat#litar', ( ; arI > :,h Jeans : ihe bill!! f..r tin- i1itofJiiii I'i.-k ; tho I nerally, of tins} portion csf the Terjiiiory, and h or otherwise obstructs d. Tbe Uayuti 2.lan- Legislative Council, to reprcicnMhe Coun

bjll ttr the relief < ftlielu'iis of \V ithian, Tn-tjuei; ; no doubt was thought, 1 f om thc: ..enlliith Jl.rrvilie liver the ty of ,Escnmbiai : :
assembled 1I cliac; or ; H-iyou I'laque-
that tlc Meirl.crvvliith, ha\c hitherto ; "
: :1:1rCSlttt
!. bill for the relief of John llo.ii-! the bill for rc:1
t : ( a : t e ccnu-xs tu Iiave Iw..v:; llii/nd in.iiV; i 1IEXKY WILSON is a candidate, to :
the Hou.'c of ( :::iiitii. l.r: v r.ot boon any tiling the relief! of ..lo.-eh Yc'inr ; the bli for tl-j i n-hef .f ; niine! .ind the La Fcnn-he river are iriiSicuted I
etlon, thiit! lm\e l-vn latl.er ilt ) the County of Escamhia, in the next
t1
sulyoct to : -
like what the country hi;* a tifiht to expect, frmn it.-- ; the legal rfpie-ciif.l\e-c>f i d\\ard 31o'i ; time Ijil ;"iss i'.r.uirg the most in'U'Mtaiit of these: chinI ,' .1. I.

criticu! it stinn. The C hirii.k ra\>- I lor tl'O rti! < fcf Ak'.xaiu'er O-wa'a! rui'iii> of itsr.V1 1 lejjnuly given, ".somcvhat: cxi'Uiifiaiei!. | ics.: Miii'fi. in '.;il-S fi.i n't-st/iug lite nr'cessuryonilc'l Legislative CoiyicirrITLNriACO'LA -, tflIPNEWS

"present\" hen ni-bl> after uot ot.c-t'.ird' ol"] York ; the till lor the n-ls-f nfJcremiali \* wlk'/r. ofj i ?.Io.-.T of those Iiitls; buve si/ire; I-.ocn- bro't ( foi tbi-. waters in i'io SCMSI.-II of! 1iittiiilaI -. --- -- ;
uee, night,
Loin-i.ina tl.e bill I for the ri.ial:i I ,.eti.omntit ol"prr.uto
j ; into nttuLc aud 'l' Meallh '
!, bought by se\er } lion xvoi.hl! bo usrlul for I tiie I II
I highly ordinary
the 65s Mt-mber.5 pnent, how canve cxj \-t public j Land o'ldiiiH in ri ri :'citizens, v. bo have nit ( .dv made;: a xommLMirement of canals! coinniiuicaiion and trade. _
measure.!* to Le di-po : view to all't'ttl tin;. fur tl.e ctou.-!:: and % e.itilatii.i towards; tl.dr culti\iiii:it'ii. Thev May ICth.-Arrived Schooner j
] Mrth
tutijn ? The Morning Herald, of s.y"ScrprU tDizalieli
twMeiil of the Hall of the Hou-f i; iot J-Lt 5 !;! of oterrio ct-.m.1 li: ;.kcs, of !'ortiL', "ew Orleans, carga to Navy ,; -
bills! were last niirht movedilhoidv Tlie Speaker anuoun/eJ tint be Inti n-et-ivi-il a the I-ir sid tin soil h is I The following! truly charactoiistic letter .
: .:t.6t growth; ; jeprc- Agent, Capt.-Shannon, and Joseph 1'orsyth.llth.
!-. rs in the IIjr.se ; uid when their bills were letter from the Hon. J ,lin ?J CJooJi'iu-v.', i i'simi.g:
diK sed of these 3Iembcrs retired, and kit theI.ic his seat as a iiieuibcr of the Iloui-e, lVi.'ii: ti! *: itj'.c j ?pt.H| to be tJiiequ/.iit'ii in fem &imy b> lily in can hardly fail to amuse mid ct'.ify! the rea .-Clenrcd! ,..Schr. A .clla, Racho. Xetr Crcan.s -

of()hio. j :the) lC) itorv. NViih time advantage of tinS der. 12000 bricks by J. ie Ia Kua.I'.Ith. .
to the Speaker nr.t: the Clerks at the table. w>
IN THE .TlCXATl!. j igItiOIi in th.'ir immediate zcigliot( hood, Fmr. lis JucLscn Gxzsite of.UircA 27. : .-Scliri rs/aTjciti, "Forsjtli, New Orlcarr21.00J

?hut thor1' w.-ii nol ody lo move the Sjieaktr ont oldie M.y 1 *. i and sr.th fefiility of soil, iho vahu; of the When we learned that our paper; had! been Lii'ki b> L. C'. lln"bblc and JJfti hides by If.lvef. .
chair; by [.rOpoS.flgtliZt thr llou* do now adjourn.7Ir. Prlitions i he f'lvor of tle: Soutlc> i! I vlians: Wpre'.eimtcd authorized .
stricken fi the list of those lo
h.tuK can scaicely be estiir.ated: by a c<; oat ; .
: Dy%on, to re-eue the rich! !:L1jrabIe Gentleman. by, iessrs. I I<;lii'.cs and \"cbter. Tv.u mpa- ..
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I the laws of the Uni'.ed: Stales: we informed --
I memorialsore preier.ttsI. reIitlIl'r4ing cainst the 1 MMJUviih any other this side of the Mississippi publish ==
h-dslily left the table fj.d rai ofier the two retiring '
:.bclish'tceiit Sunday Mails. Mr. Chambers from for the cultivation of sugar, for which our readers of the! fuct, and at the 1jtitt,

ilembers, (Mr. Robinson and Mr. Sennet.) and thus the Committee on the District of Columbia, reported and iho proprietors have I I samevtime uulicated, that as we were the ad-
got the House regularly adjourned!, and the Speaker a bill i'nt the benefit of a female orphan institution i inibc they are designed, and "rotation" in otiicci r-l-L THE BRIG ZACOL4' ; -

comfortably home to dinner.''-Loinlon p77)CT.L .t .lip of Washington. 'l'hebilt for the benefit of-I each, by this fortunate step ;ilor:0! acquired :i-.vocates would:f"reiorai""comnlaiu." We however. 'l Richard* .-t t. Spear-t *..1.master. !*-..., tinfif will sail Cft with\ r\\\ 'ati f\9

-- --_ ---==--------- several institutions for the instruction! ol the Deaf and ; a competent fortune. Uptv5tidsof4OCOacres wu not 'q posrmnle IltIJ4LcII, 'U' '--' -
IYCJnbvas ordered to a third reading ; and the bill of this body, wo understand!: !, IKUO already; iiddrcssed a Fetter to our attentive xepresenlativo pa.ag having .gtotl accommodation?,
making ropriations for examinatic.ns ami simeys rLlfl- the'Iton. David Cjockcttcnquiring if applyto GIpt, hear onboardor to
lCt'flCid. Among the juralriM-is Ie C. C. KLYSEP-.
and for woiks of ittenal itnpro\eji.ent, ii which are 3. C. &
.5 --
\Vard 800 to!. J. Gamble 800( any cause was alleged for the change on the i3a : .
IN THE 6ESATE. appropriations for tho continuatiun ci' the Cumberland jor acres : ; May Kt.lj, ;

April 15. Road, pa *pd by a vr.tc fof yeas i( nays 17.- atul Win. B. Nuta'i!, Esq. bOx; ). Agreeable, j part of 1 the honorably Secretary of State, and w

Th resolution submitted by Mr. WebsU-r, providng The bill for the bcm'tit of tbe creditors of Rennet & to the estimate of the v.iluc of such lands fn have received the following ansWer.fl'asMngton cv14

for the appointment) <>f au jurcnt of tlc Treasury, Morte ; and the bill fur the benefit of the relatives of Louisiana acre) as by the March 5.
($50 appears OF
the w'ilcers and seamen who were lost in the sloop of per
to superintend the collection of the revenue and debts Dear Sir T received with much astonishment
var Hornet, were passed. Mr. Sprague concluded report of the Agricultural Society of Uaton Kitchen
due time Government, wad, after being an'endedso as Household and
removal
to direct the cotnmittee! on the Judiciary to inquire his argument in reply to Mr. Forsyth, against the bill Rouge, each of the above tracts, which but a a notification of your as pub _
providing for the removal of the Indians westward of, lic 1. know as is known to others,
into the expoaiency creating such uu officer, co<- few months! since were entered at the Land printer. ,

didered and agreed[ The bill to dry&nize the Department the Mississippi, which was taken up as the uuilnithed Office, at $12D per acre, are now"worth, or that you have opposed me in all my elections -

of Attorney Geneml, and to erect it into business. will bo when put under cultivation, $.iOOCO ; nor is it with a view to icconcile you At 11 O'Clock, A. M. _

ui executive office was rejected, oyca 13, now 22.- either defended or enclosed ahinav the lolhnlay of the present month
The bill from the House for the benefit of tlio relatives From the St. Augustine IIcrld. a tolerable equivalent we should think, for a that I have you, ON sbairoff/r for sale at SlIP City JJotei.-1.1 -

of the office and wamen who were lost in the The Judge of the Superior Court.-It I few days or even weeks of fatigue and piiva- the evidence of having done so. It is becaUse bl.armd_1 fa.hir.naWe HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN -

Hornet, wa* ordered to a third\ \ reading, after having will bo recollected that in the early part of i lion which may have been suffered in the \vishjustice done to every man and FlJRiM TJURE, cooiiiing Wry article r.qnisile .-

been amended by tanking out that part of it which the session of Congress, a memorial 1 discovery and acquirement. under all circumstances. On the day of the for a family. Catalogue of ih*- rlckscan.be ;
gave them nina months and six present furniture
months
pay. inserting and the
Mr. the subscribers stoie,
? letter it was transmitted to seen at
pay. Several petitions-were presented, and sp\cial \vis ;presented in the House of Representatives If wo are correctly informed, other Opportunities date of my exnmiued on time day previous to the ac.-

bilU from the house passed through their second read- by Col. White, from sundry individuals yet ofier. Along the Gulf coast, Van Buren, and I delayed writing you, under Sale Positive Terms Cash. ,

log. TV bill .to alter the terms of credit on bonds''I from East Florida, charging Judge SMITH I from the' O cilia to the Steenehatchie, there a supposition that I should obtain an an ,By oider-of Cart. JQIIN H CLACK.
given for tlutiej on good*, wares and merchandize, imported has nevertheless made 3ICHELEr.Auctioneer..
He not HENRY
yet .
into with tyrannical and oppressive conduct in are considerable bodies of land open for entry swer. .
tho United States, and the bill for the relief -
1 world
do believe that the
of Beverly thew, nnd the heirs of Edward Lot hit, discharge of his public duties. The which are represented to be hut little inferior a reply, nor can Prniacrila..M 7ih, 1S30-2'. .

rune, and ofAViUiam! Enunorson dcc53oil was sevenuly -- transaciion'which was the foundation of this to those above named, and near the produce the man who Ms able to reply and CTThe:: sale y of Ui'e above furniture w j-ortpor.cd te,
read third time and The Senate successfully vindicate the course of which 1 articles can Lc cstmsned &*
passed. memorial, occurred on the 6th of June 'last, Steenehatchie, several entries have been Tuesday tBd St1i. The

xor proceeded the retnaral to the of consideration the Indian residing of the bill in the providing ITnitad and will be recollected by our-readers. Being : made, which proves to be of excellent! quality !- complain, in the letter which I enco.ou, MoiidayJ21: .-. .gr.'

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vill
cuies, beyond tho .Micfeinni, nr.-J! .Vr. I'cwvth ccn- "an eyewitness ofbnt occrenccwe hzvl ..-Magnolia' 4drertiser1 2nd which I hope you publish. : -






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8 Irt '. ];ank of West h)Dents.
Notice.I CLOTHING<
: .. 1 'l 1fQ I NOTICE. ', THE Stockholders of the Bank of Wot Flon:

I 4. GRCCABLE to nn order of tie County AND SHOES.J. hereby notified that ngrcc all) to the ;
HATS BOOTS II
FOIl THE FENSACOH GAZETTE.A ; TilE, Undersigned has constituted and appointed -.. Court, will be sold at Public Auction on the visions of the charter, an election 111 Le laid at the

NEW SCNK. ADAM GORDON Esq. 1st of \1,. next, al the Navy Yard, '1 setae 1'oiut, OEIYzL1ASjnsI Court house in the town of Mariana, on the 20th!
day of Apiil next, l for seven Directors
I to
DWELLING HOUSE: tnava"o the
:, To the TIM cf Yankee Doodle. A allaira 0I
Laic g received a faihiouable assortment of oiVaid Dtk.IU.BIRT:> .
1 Attorney at The property of James Father, deceased: t I
: : Oh, Pumpkin Pie. and Spitng rrvrLirnrPliTKR )

:, .i Most sure 'tis I, ANDN. Terms of Sale, C. lill. I } I : "". CiA t.TIEH, Sen. V Co,,,',.
James JU CD
Finlay, j jI1< josrrii urss' (
{r That loves thee withou' measure ; S. PAUMANTIER Esq., his Agents and Mariana
11 dm inistr ator. ; which he offers for sale low f.r Cash, I I'cb. ;'Jth, UfoO.-5--3t.
Oh, come to me, Attorneys in fact in this place. -
March 1st 1830. 2---8w.
,1.. When I with glcor 'V. Hascll Hunt. i AMONG U.IIICII AKE; I NOTICE. -
't --- ---- Black blue brown and olive dress and truck su-
j f Will eat thee atec pleaare. o- ; ,
Pensscola let 1830
February, m !
,4 Notice. pc i fine clothCOATS i j SIX] weeks aft..r; cats, I hall apply to the Frfcilt.

And when I'm don', : \ & rAFITALOOBJS. ; Justirtr Jackstm Coui.ty: Court. for I..tftn
NOTICE. of Admmistiutiou tie been
:
(: nun on the c>talc of Cadet
I'll have fame fun. Territory of Ftorida, j cord cabinet. ? and Circassian: do
Hang up drilling, |1'surchilds lccea-E"1.
f election for Mayor and Aldermen for the City
ffl1ll1it, ; County. J
Not minding wind or wetthor; AN : : 3IAKV
Pensacola, will he held at the otlice of the IN.JAMIN: JOURXAGAN haviutr applied' VESTS.plain rAIUCIIILI:
But with friend BI March 10th, l-5' -1M.COLUMBIAN; .
a of the Board of Aldermen the fiat Monday
Secretary on uill late Jehu .
lo prove a nuticupalivu of the j black and filmed' > .ilkelvrt, \ ;!1..nria. toil .
I will unbend of June next. Polls to open at 9 u clod, A. M. Cauiry, of said cUlmt}'. deceased.OrdureO.! net, fancy and plain silk, blue and black clulli -
t. AL RIGE'
o'clock P. M.
and close at G
And sins thy praise tosehcr. i i i \\ ilii I a ltlil.t v of
i JOHN CAMPBELL I > Cunlnc'rsJOHN I
then IM06NAHAM, V of That Snlnrday the 17il, day of. Aj ti'! next, at i i ROUND JACKETS S ItCP.
And ,
even
WILLIAM A. BELL, ) Election. ,' 'o'clock A. 11. lie itppo'ntnl to prove the *am I RJ\1 iail' ,hirh has proved ihdf supfrtor to

In spite of men, i at the house ofJa tiles S|>illm.in, in Floridi, wheie Fine tilled xnd plain I Irish I linen j js I A S\lIlIn's or nny of the r.ui. t.+-, fur tie cut,

+; I will your sweets praise \louder, The Territory of I+ Western j all persons inleu-sted, can appear and show I II I n T s : .I ol nc follo'ul; IiIAL'a9PAY1Z :

Than any meat cause, if any they have, why said Will should not I NKCROSIS! (ur aOcctiou of the boor*,) fit' \G'J

:'- That can be cat District Superior Court City of 'be lmiiu-d to proh.II'.lIlIoI l thai lliis order he i j I duck, check, cotton and flannel du.I jVL: (or CnUrCL.mrt.; \H.U.I C ;

published in the l'rnacola' Gazette, and, served on II i CAiNCTJiOUS: and invctcia Ui.CliL1.IVF.R
s'' Nor lamb veal beef or ciowilcr. : PCllsacolaP I ; DBA"VERS. j ;
the nearest telation- known. i ;( and III..IULJlI'r.AI: :; 1 ;

>? Wednesday December 1829. Timothy Twitdiel 1 :: Black Italian silk CHAVA13, j Rlil E U.M ATIC alVeciiMis i of lilt h. il.i i ic 'I YSgonciallv : I
Letmen despise, f
i plain aiul fancy do. fI
1 /'. ./, C. C. t\ ;
Or e'en surmise William A. Bell behalf SiIII1uu11rrchirfsuv' Suspendtrs. :
on I + > Hosiery, sniped : t'l.CLRSofilieMOL'TII t and iilRUAT.
} I of Louisa Biatum Pen-acola! Feb! 2Dth) 1 1.-: a.-i-tfTo Halt and
Caps, i iWiili
That none but YanLcrt t.sc yi'- ; : riVl'llILlS, J'lnl all other diseases arising: in tbeilllprol'cr

VS. } In Chancery. { Domestic and P Goods. tie of \1I IHrH\: .
Let it be <=<>, > cc \
I'll p.. say no, John Davis. Gabriel Taar.J: I "'rl\J LlA. J' IIIun'n.' "','hru'H.v 7, 1 .-'.)-4-tf.NOTJE. i':! A> a general depth tlivp article. or cli'a f'rnftbe
1.A and Ellen Foster. : i!
blood l tt.is invnlunble/
remedy
!" possesses powers ; it
them all abuse Nancy llrantlry defendant in ai
The- Jet you. I And now, to wit. on Wedtiesdsiy, the ninth I I |: improves the appetite, sort has also the rI'1"Aarkit"I

For own day of December- the year of our Lot U ono I i suit ill Chancery, depending in I jffivct: of d''pri} \ illt the fckin: of f tbat jellow "IIOUI(
pirf i IX week after
my date, (a one of the larpo-t cr,'- : tint, ubicti is so common in bilious
I have the heart, I thousand! eight hundred mid twenty linn, i i! t thfj Jackson t Superior Court, dilors.) I hall| apply to the Hon. Jndjre uf the i, J. ALBRIGHT fAUrtIttllunS3i .

To bear the name of Bumpkin, appears hcl&ie the Superior Court of West Florida. County Court Jackson County' lire letters of Ad- !'1.ilrrrlep4it.

For no alloy Florida, in chancery selling, the, said; Corn-'j.: rc 'tali ). \( rrf. 1'. that J ,!r'll on tlie first t :MnnH ,cca mini:cd.-:; ;ttiuu, on the c..tJe: of fc'cth: S. Lang-'nu: dn-I ,'|,I The proprietor, in oiTiiinj his ., ( ,,tvusrAr

' Can spoil my joy I I )hiinnit; ; ; and it appearing to the Court; that! d-iy of.\pril, in tti* pr-.-ent ye-ir, at Canton in THOMAS of::.\:. i!!. i SVMUP"rciuaikalile the public, finnM.f: It few of the' inr -

Whilst eating pie yclept Pumpkin.Then that the said Louisa Drannm claims to be n Wileoek 1; County, Alabaman! !) \ "< t-".1\ to take) the 'cLh"inepriI! ;'til,1! E' O. of its cutes, performed l lIy tlfmf'! in tesip'
r:I1..O-ItIItls of ( ;ieorjji o' ( 'hri?tiJn \Vrijr!i': 'Kice, Je .r-e mOil) superior ienu-ili.il: p"ower s sgiven him
free woman of colour, and} that she has been ,
\ thee j J'iee. Aaron Livinr; 't, Joslnt.i! I Some! ; J.imen.iltell AT CIIAMIICRS: County Court by I irspcctablf person* it-aiding in diliVrrnt parts
here' to *
erroneously called! Eliza Jane and slates: that i Daniel I lorry, Charle! ( ;ee, James Me.Mil- i' of the United States us a just merit dre roth eI
Most noble Pie ; she (I fiom County of Kscanibiii, April ?, I 1830. J i same, as lull as being the
was brought to Pensacola by the said Ian and continue dot to day, until I the same are lurans of ronvctin; to

And may you still be eaten, Jo'j.i' Davis, and that slut\ was horn; in Cam11en roltlJide| : to be read! as 1 evidence a in the suit de- 'OHDEnl'' D, That; Ills following per- }i shale fellow creaiuies who aiesiniifail ly aflliitrila

When one and all I: pt n linj a* above, tthertirt 1 am complainant. and iippointcil Managers of an ( sure, speedy and etTetlnal rCQll'c/J'-il\l.are.lhat
in State !
the of! South Carolina
( and
Both and small I | y ou aie I deleiida; it.jivcn Election, to he IteM} on the tint Monday of i:: ninny mrlhklurstrc Ht ihi% time thilr-Lutcd' aooat
great raised by the Rev. Isaac Smith, .J ho now resides I I' ( : xMiiicr my }hand (this: day of February1810.: ;: tic! country head foitli' to ct:>e itU: ree9, upon
June next tor the choice of
Come from Thanksgiving meeting. ; two to wbirh have
persons
tney not the
on I'earl River ; and I it aNo\ appenririp i Jonathan llralltlev.I ; lightest influuc<-, tome
that the I j represent the county of C.cambia, in the I uf which they had tried pirvir-tt to the use (.flhe
said John Davis is net fooi'd! within. () W tf !
fame Fehrnary'iOtli- -
And
r may your this ; j j next Legislative! ; Council for this! Tcrritor syrup, ni may bitrrn by (heir own attestatoi s.
District nncllHlt tlio said (j.'brirl Ttmr
Which I proclaim, The medicine is so highly
'. Give peneral satisfaction; and Ellen Foster discl-iini a!!! :ntercs! in chi Territory of Florida At the Court ITonne, in Pinsacola : p!') Si"11I1i 'for the cure of various reputed disa by borne.rs. that tithe. lo.

To East an.djWt'sl matter : it is ordeied that pnbltc notice bpublished Western District nperior) Court John Jerrlson; ;jr., Joseph: jlionifrfy, John :j',! Hie propl e'ol'J own Itiocvl l*>d"', ten grnii'-iut-n cf
] \ tho medical
in A. Debluis.! ) faculty area induced to tiv it m dii-
the IVnsaroI.i Gaxrite I ;ii.
And the rest once a 1
r 'mong J ueek for the of I two m01l1 Its and Ese.Tinbia: County. j i.Att'tf Ifoufc of Peter lit.urge, lYm.J tsar, to which they llieiiikrlvi hi.d bi'enj suf'PTt<
To General Andrew Jack of I space citing j I and faun! irnl llf'udil t ln :ii us i:.e ; one f ufII'J.IIII .
t admonishing i{ ihe said John Davis and alii! TALL "I TEK3H82. r|r'd :_ ,: l ly, residii'u in :1lht-ntoH I. N. J. \\ !husrlisrotwan

!, And may he stir, t other poisons interested or claiming to be I !I\ .Tereniiiili, I Inirraliim! : 'l 1 linmas Commvns, J' "s I -tcii-d bj a crveir attack ol" liver 4orn.pUiiit .
I Public
A typo ill thee, iiiU'testeH in the said I ouisa Uratnin: alias 1 Notice !I Foster S. Chapman.; I which had t pievicusly fouled hl; no te rr"'Rtnient

O f/'",/ /f At J'tld-UXlit t.r.. J !Kliz J.tsie!] to he and appear; btffose lin- 1 i I Is llcrohy Given! j jJtiwrt ;j At t/ir House of Janes flj'ilinan. Flal'idil.1' to lIlt"! w(x,.5 jorin in the nt of coin pal AC fi.'cl Ira henlib few' ,Necks ir,ijitI "

Winch{ chenily, (Com th. thi-reof iI Joiner.; Spiiman Alien Simpson; (hear I
;aJ t' next turn I to h. ,
1101cl,111 '
Tl' which
1 I Q/in, ) Tl f.VT th'ss: !lit: 1:1" been in- arotns 'have l!; beet ie.*eiif ,l from
{ In mmnri ) 1 .11+ the (Hurl House: it) thiCiiv of 1'Pttfrulaitt ) : i r.t -ti't.'el; by ;siMM'hmeu! ill the : C. l\ln(. I ?? 'i'tsidifferent parts nl' tie! 'hioi, .cpcMt.iii nf

Supports hit!. in hi> MJtj;')o.Tlu tile first Moti-J.iv of Mav vu'xt. to inter- ]i <1Uiiiin 0'JTflfr'I1(1'!fiflr COld, !-fnr.l.! l ,j: At the House nf 1 J p d-'I'il JruiKioiul.. the {;.--d fflei-u: produced by tli' t_' nij 1>, HI a Miffi.+
I
I po'e llu-ir claim to the' said: ) 'vole)llIIrd'Ol11in! ] CMIII\(! 'In l H.filli'lIt ;ami all other" j.er.-en inteieje.l :. Jlnst sitfe df E. f/l tltll'il"/ r :- .irlll to Con,['i'e at I his time iu ocrmo v >lun>e ot
mnai'-t/: : ;fiercbv! and) Ij I t f. \ iMvkud of tv.o handled poses to ulualctulvflll'i'lte ;
are requited lo : plead \\'I&lH.
; appear 'i ; .
Witli Wo !hiiryJlasonvrdonr J and lo iiis\v] <-r to the+ bill ol complaint! II(-rcin :! Iln' J"I'lanrilill.) : Ui'iuninun'i! .toib: v icS, leter th.! I i.it ;.

V'uikee nam(, *?ir : fil.'fl. j i| |1"11'111:1.: |; January .ajh, lrlO: -lfi-l: t. I:. 11 illurcn..It ,; \ I : dues of tie! "' Columbian Syrup," are jntli'.

v And tl'fy! will be j. A Hue copy from the! HrcorX I \ tht'-Jfwic: of. I L. (. Nltrrl, 11i.ct sale I f fcf \ <:i
}']a''iliiin'nl f'T- j I of the l.i.maiistim.. It is so 'rfectlf

c With Old: llick-iry! W. l Hnscll; ? Hunt, I h.. aj Btlel Gatc' I It.! L. Coai-nJoiii, [ .' "'Y, X.'tMViL'iin1'w ; !; innocent, tbat+ no evil ('1 ects need be nppreliendcijtiiuii p

_; Subjects] of honest f\";,', Sir. dit\Sitr. Court. \\\'ikt\ rior'nfa. i' luuid dioicf1'j url.I I!I'' ir, ulifii 'taken agreeably to the ilircctioni.
'- 'Koops) roistaitly) on a It may bi- given without any H|'p>elicnsion to the
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Then here' to t1"f f j sclccliou of I; At11'\ Hvitsr of 1' Ifarrls'in, Pr'crr1 ; mast It ,,ill iiilaut or feeble adult.

'T.\\: CII WOODBUKY, ilTii.e.< ( !I I\Vtit.-r : I MKIUCAI. RECOMMkNIlAFORY NOTICK.Ilaim .

.i Afid here's to glorious Jacltwu: ;: I GKOOBRIES. ... :/: John Kunt, 'i r". J. I1i1r: :..((n, Joseph: Fur'JIlt. i: ; I ClHll11f'UtlIhe use of J. Albrlh"l'f
A I.L: j"-ous im'i-'itr.l:! I I. to the PENACOL: .\ j' C Ji.t'MBi\N SIHUP" iii my own private
Who've won the fight t Wi ( \Z1.11\: I : 0,1 I*! ft.. I I.: t*. LJ : i consisting of I prxincelur
i I .A n U'I"C"IJ"H'i| (, \d-I| i ( ii.-i.ily! two .i -.irs, and b.+ting witnetned: VC' .

'Gain-it ciaat niiih: *, \tisiup and lob !'iiiiiin{;, I'C .qnr-3ii-il l I" fUllkt.j I ftup' rior Liquors', / !j (Si1T1C'fL) I ci.lt'd cllicacy in many cases which had 1 previou-l I
iml'le\p\I' |pat m 'I'. I resided! tc! usual lemetlies. .
r Of h->me nnJ foreign i iacticii. I Timothv; Twitcliell now With much pIt
..Iall'pd, I Iab: : l lirt; =: I I 'j'Nlf, ;; aiiie give IH testimony y iu its* favour, bud! rill quote

t Then ping tlio praise : --- l i ; Prfiidiiy Jtistitc* llcambla Count' tSA.Mrr.L ft w ot' U.most rcmail..ii cures peifoiiued Orj .
f f n; "
7\rr/lortf of'J 'I rid '. f j the same \'I.klt I ranir under any hotict"11' .
Of happy days i: l ( II, li I : FRY, Ci.r.i-.i: I;. I! .
; tyrices: 11 John Hmckle's son, ol! Abington
V hen Kin: pin 1 i iF (';,In, V 'otwii I/islricl: 1 Jour -- ; township
1 puir.j t ujjorior) -, ; Ai!ItI1I out'r) com.I.Pa.. ot ulceration of the inoutlit
brave \ kl'l'O .. i J' I'CZti 1' 'J{J' i 'iVrritory I ) of, Florida. ; ,
By all I. '\(1II. \ -r t ;I.d! tinoat.I'd' \- Irut iitil.iniu-atiGii' of the ryes
!
(In tnttj'iritii; % *,) l t. .I riu.r', I.'. I'. "X"l"r. ll'i-slrm jr Jli'o"l'f' rio/ Court, 1'lsrtitrJ.la !: llicj dif <: his:il! '!t'"r.td l llie! soft pans ol'the'
1)c. 'l'EUll 1 I S.tn,
: (, I| 1 IllIt) >; | quid root of the mou'h that it ,laid halt
When all their foes ;1.- h..tcjw011 Juritlitir 11 .ii-li Iio ri.Tiifni' ':1. f t\ tl'.' InC.-t U'CUIIJlJWJ.J- :1(111./ I
Brailai ? j (lie boors and ma Ij- i.s \ ity into ilr nose -Mis.Airtry .
fiiT! tonii' Al/ o. a nn't' IIIVL'.r'( of! 1"1'I.wfIa.pril! 1ft11.1! 1:0.: I
< l lu'r's rn"" ''-',r"' "* > IN CIIVXCFJIY.An ; ; Andrew P. Simpson *\ Jnhn t .\ >iii'p--on ) :. : IVlerooii I ol \\ than gtuu, Del ot f DD firmedSiTulula
..rrl!( lirrrrtlrl, ) I 'U \ \ 'l: H l under whicM she Jal">urd Ilf arlv tl.reef. :
nliri
I'lO-n hrsirt'c.m! 1 i; : < IIfJ1ft! :imp' un ii< r'ltiiiul Jolui I
: lJ.y Aipic.ui'n| ; fur a PivMi.1.llappeariuj I \ i.H. She 'had cxteneivc 5crofulo ulrtTHlifn
consist of ld'Irr.: IE
Toour 11.,111.. j1'I'f 1 1'ro lliu; vii!, at: = to 1h" '-: "!f".i'-tion; of for, ( '.)art tu.it'1 I: inir.. :. r'. (I .. ., on l.'ie: lift side ol the neck don II to her lird.l ; thus

W. oduiry l tin di'fend.uit: n..;i'lc-! <>ut eJ: tar! Tinit"i\" !Jt l* J Jthenline J'ttnry Chairs, 1 The: imknov/n 1 I.i ii,;orrepni%:f'.I 1tifO of !l"w i i !bie-ist very iuiri! enlai[ cd: ; her fell arm si> ule!

Oi.r ill..K-II-Y, [, : hrd''r. 'd. liiatb\< "a: b.I set l f.r; hiviiin;; ai I frfrr! 'll'irll Wands 1 houlI. J. \Vy I.e. .l.-f ea: '-ed. J j Mud usi'ie; !.;, and her head ou the! aflccti-d sti't! re
the ii,-\t of.tins < ;; ) o'lillin tl c shmili.'er.: and Violent .
term ou her
Mt.it.i I t J ( IJi.Sd.ivcasn" 11..i.! oun-ej. 'i iI pain m '
Forwh! 1111"cll tight and die.i sir.JNATIL1N.. i tl."mpliwmhIIY: t
t i i lit i. Jill ,llN ort'r'! -rt I tl J: ...a c'lj-y! of thi.i
;j i'[(inblHlien! iu >:Miieiine J .;!( the,, :lIltri/l..IIt"\:!:,; -|'; "iii'ol : & I :11(' r' 'Iut I.y :rllllllt: 11 tIt.l!!! '! tlsr-t: t!!:c iMikiiouu' )l.-tfal .1"t' lliIJI. of tbt- bead, f..Ittl l i t,4 an oli III'clin(

.- 1 _--_.__--_-.m -rm-,mml-,-.i n -IJP--J-J-J .t t. I 'this Ti'iritoiy.; lii; vinifiiiib'- MI< :'<*-;: \dy.! I (. ,!vrc.A I i hir< or rr-pre-i nta'ixe' d- Th'/lI- J. U'yhe ib-j!i tbe nostrils ; ,eu-ie I pain in the uppeu] ] jai rtlearli _
i 'the ,art; \','r,. prig-s, to COM* a Cim-iir i mH'nt. : i itiir from the no. over the chat bn.n'itbr corltlcl -
KANAWAY Hohl.) .1 i.ott. t 'FI 'FO i cei'd.. :ai'; u )t illl"I:" :,' n' "lii-s 'l''nillJrIt i-, '
I 'J.lI'h ];), l. :IO---lf! i tlicret'tieordered.; that; Milt.-- t'ev': here oil nr' extiibiling high s'nte of illtl."I/IIIi"-\Jr. Va- '

'I HIS IY.I a.in n ')'. Wt .;i t V,"1 ?" I --. !It., I f:.rethe lira "ond.If \0\ rather ipc.ir| lie\t and! anI !icnliue IJoraef of f rlc'Tatiou of the left' Iw"Ii'ob.', ,

24 to ars of agt', J tct-t Sjiifhc, < 'hush 1 .-I31. I A rRESJ! S'Ul'PI. 'I
Y named ------ -- -- .-----1 I I I ken for emifc.--ed( !, anil the m.liters: thereof tlecieed! b r c athucr, i\i'.n i severe pain of tbe system', h.

dtL DICKi .F F-.siii.uiablr. SUMMER CI.OTIII 'G. jets .'.f.Mdillgl.. I .Mustek's! ,vile, son end' dnugbier: ; flea. Mu.ick flfCliiciiic

Notice anhvv! and fur sale! \\iy the U"ll igucd i irOiYSTIJYG And it H further (on''red' that! a cop of thi* ou'er (;htlIlUai"m: willi. ultuh she }1cI: \ been

I. 'J" ttv. Nat'jaii: 11i+'!inns r:. .\ tt'asur- t j ho published! in SOIPC .ihll.ori/.ed nuwspapcr. printed) ; alilirtol! upwaMls 0; Si.If't'li yenta ; 'fire son ot icaUj
j iI' ]1" I is( \\I'1..lft. \
I d It"J, > liill ypply I to OF \ i bead, and dauglilcr ill'scot hutic r+fleet( ion ,., the
1. !Sie: ir"' i .' ,1.''. u.th .ill ri.'i"; ( \\.ill!! i i-e p.Mfirl'u4 lathe lli'trict afuie...idriii.-i- a week! fur four wont >; i
I Y ihr Jii-lic-: tack, 1r'; I, ami ('I "l'lI Hina7.r! and discharge! fiom the left
l
t su'' ini, r. .tll -U'fiy ni ij i. '.n. l h viril. p p-r.: >ijiiij: ; ol the\ f County i butcritr1Y. : gum ear.-S'eif"
t 1 :hii\hcck.i I! I C'ourl ol'! Et.: flIII Ji:1: ( "lIIUIri.r )hitters ofAciinibiritin j Coate.es and Frock Coats, I .\ true cniiy: Snare son of l.tnntl" aflVciion of the shut ; ueaily

cnr1'' :; :( on litv i-siatt' of ,-\wul.., f'i.. .a;*i'\II. tud Ficnch: Linen do, with a I ITvatirlf 'i\. ;to, oio.r.: B.M.Tzn.L. the whole! of tbe shin bone was destroyed, togetherith
.
:4(1m.il..1. +A, H. i c'-' :-- ::. : of I (11-. .'. c. /l'. D. r. '\ many of tJie smaller (bones of .the foot.-M: l"
.. -- -- Juan FernandezDocoa! ![ James \l'M liun ;' liver llini
--- :? ( ,\. CiJIWO, .C"l'r. u complaint HIMi
l 't-X' r. ------. _.. -_. j \bicb !be bad up\\illfi i5 OrUilll' 'arS.- Mis.] Mvti I
Brick i \i Manufl Gonzalf I
tic Notice t .f.C
to it.gt l.a II i! Jolmathan: Urantlcy, t.rllIsiuaut: of ulcerated sure UK.IIII! ant! throat, aid lieu biro!;

.. I. Pcnsaroln! ; MarchStli; l L;O-2-II'Notice I Fiue, plain, our( fettles I'nrn I shirts Black hl I..1 j rx". > I.v CHVNCJIP.V.: t ter of scrotula. Besides ihe diseases above ru'tt

b T \I akers.A I -- --.- iaii .avats and! !IodIIt; pocket har.ilkerrbief 1! Nancy Drantley: Dt-n-niViit." '> I t t mcratcd, I pie-cnbiMl, ihr: S.lfllpirh great succesiin
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t 1 I Pithiie \ silk and tollrni H'iMfij ; fill' +tc{ hot se J1ill, Irivci; ; 1 1'111ay) eamt.'the; com/tlainant: hy hi Counsel, 1 j ncrcuriacases( tool secondary syj" bills

M JIllrk1till be opened at St. Ro- :> I and linen pbiU's ; siK! rats 'an and nor lrd| Ails : '::: to tin- Court by the allida\: I In yiviiig; this ttstimouy of |tie| uieiits of the

Ett : IS IILUE15Y GIVEN I \ pciulcis ; Ll +rh, Mbiu-iuui M'.d! hats, of fmc (i':lli(0 !:1 'ofChnrlc-sF. r-rvarl! that the.rh'fend'-int n-ii.'es lilli'I I' 'oIUlllltj.tISo'l"lIp.," I Ilive divested my language

AYAland' in which Jti ,ilt Y. Cruzut '1'11.1'1'thi, mil, !., uad lalist |'asii"ii! v> itn H ;;rt'cralsuppty' of 'ol the li,tri'-t t suet Territory, all? has net :l1l'-\\t'\"C'llj I j ,,'i.tiiely of "'chll tat teuns, t.e! better 'Q be nude
) has been
.3t 1 ; j the bill: of coniplaint' tiled in this can c. ]Jt i tllt'rl'I'[ .di >to*>d by those, to hum it is intended to couvrjr
rs. itiKiitiiud I
; 7 8,0009000 Curios Vc I'iUicrf; j> the Superior 11laC.hnH.llt in .i! BOOTS fore ordered that unlc.vs I said defendant appear: .'';', :: i its et1' cts. Tin" length; ot lime the lli'e lsl'j haft
or : Court Kscam-
Ad mini strata r of bia' .\ .j on or before the second Monday If Jl'UPJlf' t, and : ;.een ilissipnted, couvinct-s me, thai the cures m' f
I j County. Tiicdefviidant .b.
Carlos :" tiSHOE'S &tsJn < answer the-complainant'bbill herein; the >Mjie h111\j.In j..UIIlfl71".lIt. and it t.may witfi propriety. be said llml,
If' Of BRICKS De VUlitrs.: J :nnall\ o'tber! inlcI ',
I I ,rested[ are )hereby required to 1Il""OIl. 'C. ; taken for ciinfessed against her, and the matter : itS bt-aliiii iji ilitit'j! tank it among tl.c first itihC

e .'r' way ic disposed of fur the us? t>f tie fortifi-I..tlcia tit-cluatlOlI. appear| and plead toPublic J. O'Neill. thcl ('Ill decreed accordingly.I I die of the piesentday.,
i I ,I.w I And it i i-5 further ordered that a copy nfthi: itt. t the JOHN MAYWTU M n.
: ] c(ttinnst.urittrth e year 1830. I IVnsacolaMr.y chi, J Jg29.; -14tf. fiirepoinjj order I.e published in saute newspapftr rlIIIF j Philadelphia, March 6. 1828. ,

) Notice -- District, once a n!-)nth for four Ulonth su'l"l'.1.:,
l TIIC size of the Bricks muft not he Icy, thin I 1. -- i .c-I The above mentioned. Met'.icvre! ran be procured

9N 'f inches, nor more than 0-5 inches. 1 his IS TI EIUl, I" (;/r I "Notice. I ly.A ?.t three dollars per quail I uttle of llieSubciibrrf
:
/iV true from the minute;* i j'S.
,
copy
variation in the size H allowed 1, in con id"ration of I Irtf' ; who will exhibit. cetticnts -
t Pedro Sins to nny person apply! ill 2', the
{
thus suit halp'n BRYAN, Clnl.
t the unequal shrink l., uf the rly in hurnin,* and dry ) iu tituted I It1s.
'. i '.1 ing; it. It is desirable, however, that the! !e,uirel by attachment ii! tf'e| Supe i II r.' :'H":rrib'r intend leaving this: place! forth ] i Mariana: Jackson) County W. I). F. : of cures alluded to by Doctor May w eg1.

fert tiicknc! (0 1-4 inches) should! be produced, a<;nc.tr-: Teresa lint, rlor Court, K-vamhia: County-j i \1I'lh on tin-1-t of May: next ; and once inwre I March 'J'Kh' 1W.Tl.o" : Vnuhaiin( 'Vil on.P. .

1\ i IJ n+ p""lIiItJe. ],.,!rcnzo Vru lint J The Defendant and all other feet rp I I rtcrlC"l all! persons indebted to the late firm of! I Kalt/.ell, CompU's Attorney.Juhnuihau ... "(OR. IGlli January ]1F21

j The Brick- whenofl'arel for sale will he inpp f UII1'1rn Brn. : 'HI' 11I1l'n'-h'cl are hen by reijuir- JJaincs & Gates
1 ------ --
ed to and} I' Uianlley, Compl't.) ) IN CHANCFKV on
od, and received, if found to he of a quality suitableto I II appear plead lit thel( !eIration!
I I. lh.l conduction of the Public \ ork.. Whenever Pcnsucuh, (_)rt. 30ib, Ih2iTHAT 1--W.: .(. or h hitnM' rlf, (whow ijotP1 or accounts have herpino I f.-. >applicalion lir DiNuncy FOR S.ALE.THE .
due) to 'make) iininediato hose who do Brtntley, Deft.) ) \orce.tT .
+ inspection results! in the of of payment. i
;tn rejection a
cargo /Winoncr CST ARL r1D
the satisfaction of Court that tho Oft
avail appealing to : ,
not
Brick* the icill be rcceired but the Hugh ('ditty, itx. liienisi'lv' of this ooti(, insist; not corn
nop-irtof cargo ; Conijilainant \ aa she now lies at M John Gard
p'.ain! if tlif-y rind! their accounts iu the hand of wh'i'evill o.> sent back tt) the owners. > Iv CHAVCKKV.i'v : Attorney Iircollection.: an .1 fore ordered that this suit be set for hearing at the ner's Ship YaiU. Bayou Mulatto. !lid't''sel is about
Tnrt market will be closed the SI st of December J\Ira;! Lewis DePts.
on
.t ) next term of this Court.It inn tons burthen. The Hull to l-e sold separate:

or ajinuch sooner as the required supply nuy be I iT apjiearini, In the C"I'11 that Dcfcndantparo, Samuel Gates.IWaoola i is further ordered: that a ropy of thihrdrrbe pub t 'Aether with the cables, anchors, sail., rigging, sad
furnished, of which due notice will ha piven.Payments ,ideu.hf March 15,1+ ..m"tf.NO'l'JCE.! lisped f for a large inventory of furniture.
not it tii-i!, !Hi.i trict. iuid they havi'i in some one of f the authorised newspaper :
r on Brick delivered, will be madewhenever 1 tiled to an s\\ortl5P bill of complaint in this ca
demanded ; but it would ho more convenient therefore ordeii-d. tint mil The 30 bnrthw,
Sloop PSKS3BS! about tuna
that settlement should be made at the expirationof ,
appear here on or btifor.t!:; the I'c'ond! 3on! (lay in June S. BRVAX, Clerk.
well known in the 'brick well foundvith
lit: trade,
each month or, of each Subucribrr notifies all
; terminating nnblicly p.&liInstllat
quarter respectively and JSIariann Jackson D. F.
next, an-wcrtlu'complaiiiant's hill herein, the 1 CountyV.
the 31si of he is files! anchors and ship furniture.\ This vessel was
on March, 3fJth June, :IJOth will he taken the sole 1'iopiietdi and lawful ownerof
KUine : f for confo-cd n ain!t them, and l March 20th, 18W:
built in the of Mobile,, of the best of materials
September and tbe 31rt of December. a cerlainVbarf; and Carpentets' Shop, situated i bay
the ttersth+'reofderrerd Thos. Haltrell .
m : accuidintly. And it is Compl'ts. Attorney.FOR
of nine dollars will be fir neat the mouth of Mulatto withal I and carries about 12,000 bricks. ,
The
paid Bayou
Bum <-\rry further orde,-;,l that a of tins order: ho 1 i together
copy published the materials The ails, ringing, &<"., can hft seen at the mbfcri-
thousand hrirkx delivered at St. Rosa Inland under in building 1i in said Shop, and an unfinished SALE
some public! new-pape"r of this District for funmmltb'suere.sifeh'uuce )
) r will
if sold with the
the coudition stated. vasel I lying at said Wharf And he hereby her'rt store and not vessel l, they
I a'week.A warns all FIRST rate Bar e 23 88-i>5 tons, built in Co- he sold in lota to suit purchasers.
against from JohnGardner
persons buying
TIn. H. fiom A
Chase tine the minutes.
: copy or any other individual of the abovementioned necah County of the best mateiinls, length N. II. Allen
Capt. Corps Engineers.t. :0. BRYAN, Clcrl:. any 63 feel, breadth. !15 fret 4 inches depth, 2 feet 9 ,
.
'I' Mariana: Jackson County, W. i.1'. propertv.Jeremiah low Agent for Edward L. Brown and
nches, will be sold for cash or au approvednote ,
Ilo aJ, and. Jlfarch} J5tb, Ifi20.--ff
March I gOth. 1SI5'J.:) R. II. Smut=1. apply *o Thomas Jefferson Brtf.1.

Thf s. Baltzell, Cemjil'ts .\ttonlC';. April hI l, 1B30-5-3t. VASB AUN & LSON.. Fonsnnola, April!' (Oh-S-tf.










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