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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
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Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
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Creation Date: May 22, 1830
Publication Date: 1828-1830
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
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VOL. VII. PENS.1I 'LCOLA, SATURDAY MAY- 22nd, 1330. J : : __ _. i

I PKI.ITED WEEKLY, BY jtaing a National Bank was vested = .j No. 12.ganization at
Congress
in : the
on subject until the ,
session. .
ensuing its
JEROEES: MOORE:, by tliK constitution. The bank thus the commencement of that session At t constitutionality is merelv, doubtful, it t to th present time without !
irt-Httd 1Jr.JaJ: would ,
continued
Its operations seem to be of the comI
for one
twenty ison invited the attention most obvious I tug to the concision that '
,
rOR THE PROPRIETOR, -the for of Congress to the dictates of such an ins tttu- orI '
ytMrs period which practical
wisdom
its charter was and l to regard the lion is
Publish. Or tilt Laws Granted-dm ing hich time, public! and private subject,of Mr. Dallas again urged the necessity decision of those who had the best means j in time exceedingly of useful to time public finnn '1
Q'l.dil'er raised from 1 establishing a bank, to restore the of ascertaining the intention !ices ease, but indispensable in l
er THETOUTED a prostrate, toi currency, and icilirnte the collection of the Constitution time! of war. Bit us' this view of the
\'f'I'J elevated! roixjiiion! and and and who ques .x ,
( the financesof disbursement of the were actuated by the most lion has bern filly unfolded in
STATES former
public undoubted dis-
the nation revenue and
were ; so purity and
foundation.Vh placed upon the most soLid : deep and solemn! u4s the C"iwction motive of disinterestedness ot r' cnssions, familfy to the House, the commit-
AND OF THE 1 upon as sufficient
the minds of tho : authority at Ietst to I teo.will proc< J t to examine the
public relation
functionaries
OF FLORIDA. \ n the charter expired in 1811 that overrule theoretical objections and ,
TERRITORY Congress such an institution was the only; individual silence which the Ban of the United States bears I '
1Slttt.s. r.-fused to renew it, principally) owing of practicable scruples. to another of tl bj
; means restoring the power of the Federal Government ;
the circulating medium The
as conimittco h"if'\"t! to committee will
FIVE DOLLARS per annum in advance, if payment ;, to the ihen existI a state, of soundness that now submit a few remarks but $ghtly tdvertcd to in former '
ing stag of political) notwithstanding with the I
u-ini.-s. Soon design of
after discussions
the showing1 lie
I that
DOLLARS the decided on subject.
deferred six months SIX
i is opposition of all the
State
bank *';Ii! churtrrcd: ; time two b.inksand : viewing the constitutionality of the
bank
great
will be required. that hive since divided tho parties their debtors: and) l, indeed, the wholecJchlOr an original question the as I I The power r,! coir; money and fix the !
,
j country, |, arguments in its fa: "
JCTAdrcrtisemenN inserted" conspicuously: : l at ONE ecinto class ofthc!: I : value thereof; expressly and I
community, till' :
act incorporating vor arc at least exclusively
assume an uipnzp! :: DOLLAR for even fourteen lines o r less, for 'lerson and M-. M..tjSOn, the.! fiir.-nci I the 1 present H.ink; of the U. States, I Tho earliest, and the 'I Congress. This grtnt was f'vi- t,
the first insertion, and FIFTY CENTS, for each Executive m the w.is passed: by cons(-lerahle, principal objection dently intended to invest Congrt s with the
Cabnet ; urged
mm the latter majorities i h against the
continuance-longer ones by the amo rule: I in Congress I).'di branches of I' constitutionality of a na- power of regulating the circuh-tinptnt. ,
had hem Congress and I tioml bank D
: cd was that
opposed to tiPf!! >tablisli.ment appnJ\} bv I Congress had not the 14 Coin
: --- Mr.1 M.ulison.: was regargcdat the t
period o:
of the IInlll, on constitutionalrounds: ; '[ !power, to create coiporaiions. That tam ,
Bank of the United States. and l being l placed at the head of 1,. t This brief history of the former and 1 pr I(I gross has a distinct and substantive Con- big the Constitution" as .',)'nonYDlousvith
( ; to utuHcnc '
part\
power it
sent b' nk : ) as was then belt
: ,
r most uufavoral.il forcibly sttir. ots a few create: I gener-llv ( ;-
D ]I ; to the 1practit'1I.ltCtl : : corporations, without, reference
I'XTIMIIO: lit| the|, to the ed that bank
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. !ipoweisoftlip : 4l..jn a in circulation
A ran. 13, 1S30.3Ir. I the hank qllf.. s.: i it 'r'1trdl'd, :,i, i'iiHon.H !, }''l.lce, tint: since tit,. adaption I of the (CoiHittum i- ; : wiiich: I."UT: has been maintained: proportion -, I of the by being the true representative f f

McDufiic, from the Committee of Wayan(1.1emils ; depi-H! ; :'j ICM( of pl/il ;lea! II' ,!nua'iA: !. : a hank; his eni;tcij{ (Iltl'1'! the! :umhtriiv !; within: the: knowledge! of the committee ; but, coin therefore! precious metals. The word fC !
be
\rjeHlr.; J-f. ,. .. ( 0tlw/ FcdeKil f oveniMeiit! for thirf\- that of the I must regarded as uparticular !
( ; to which the subjectJect had been ) CU.: ;ill ,) p,.; >v, any ono powers expressly con I .
'rlJp- throe / term the 1
referred, ma.Jc; the followingKEPORT j on tU'! strmitiii'-! -.- i'- ">.d{ p.>|, it.l ,.loj!!,. ont of forty years ; dnrin,(r which. line ferred upon Congress, is subject to ihe limi : of a ,!!l'n'ralldt'a., standing ISo as : representative ofsound o ot

lion, the oditiii,, .f ; .:.' n, ? !
t nstiuctien, will
: t.iineJ justify a rigid adherence
at elevation to
: in part.tu.-: :, 'd! I ttie an fully equal'' to whit by the awry I; of a
to
b.mk! corporation
of is i-
a flio: letter
proposition in
The Committee nf Ways and Mrans, to ,,11.0 L-.iie' .. ] Si.- Ins) existed in gating: in rite I opposition} to the plain intention
< : : ; ',1, ,!, !.,.} / :II! I Ile', any w tell!; wleie-: which cannot: bo maintained in lie of
tin
MVio clause,
irhmn iras referred sn much .I, in tht! If t, for example the gold bars
: of the Mmsaqenfthr hs: ,;ffica! ) SIi1C: 1 ,'!I ;!lei, !'. :, a Ih'W :1. two short intervals! : dUI ill'! whJc.li/ ; opinion of the: committee.If of llicardo: should ,
be
I'mklrnt as rdaiestothe i i i n') tr itionaf I b ink J c\is substituted for our present t '
I
1I1<1Ic'h} lf t! 'lt t'll' "' :ed,1'.I! !)IIC all' ui\rte I (: under
,1,011) at l\C : : un'rl'f tIle '
( }
W ll'i111S .
the. United I j I f authority to pass: coins, 1-y the general consent of the .
Bank State f 'J"c.dit't'i'C !:
of leave (
beg to alii+1 I.: greatly inip.iii-: i an-J in I I
'i !
'; 'oJ II I tille I c' u'ItPfoitilg :: !'ho litter <7Y'"v, nrccs-.iry! and! for I
proper cnrrvinginro i commercial world
R1That port : I I of its; Lills, ye:, it ',,, 'f(. qur-stJon; of renewing instance; !the fiscal of/r !r*itl'ns. j: of the ('o- effect( :tlie: poweis vested! in all or ot!I that could it be maintained .

they have bestowed upon the subject I : : i il;.- ch.J; t ti' :-.,i,. '.if.c J: Con-ress, it "C'rllllPlltprc, : almost!: i-ntiit-ly: art) (.-(.(i. ;nth i!'the; dl P Irfl1h'n of the Government any Congress would not have the power to .
all the attention demanded; by its intrinsc I! discussed was; .-.> s"'con.l place!; it i i- Will d\, : I i ... may MflAesucb money, and fix its value, because
s .i *
: Kiw,
;: ? > (.iH tj.m. And ofespeei.il n >- liidnfnlly I p-j i a inlll.ling! time '
: ihongho I 1 }punishment it is not coined. This would
be
: importance: and now respectfully, : submit : 'ice that in both time sacrificing
ofthe ; insiances
: !i tr.: !fi.lfi.-iished': ;/ : ; I repnblica.ts I !: I'M) ttlfih, of death: ic it/ton I other
t tie! result of ihnr. dohberntions to the I' :.' Cnr/" h.'i> created) any authority, send to sound, and substanrc to mere
consideration ;i1CU'lIlg M. x. .1,. ;if'. ien!: .S'reM-Mry ot, : C\5 > ah ink, it J.s. been I it tlitlicult to conceive why it not form. 1
of iho! House. There are few sub- HiL-Tu-rtMii( I 11iinc'i tinder: circumstances; ctlrnl hrv may f passa This clause of the Constitution is
: -nMi : !ed under the
; Crauford t ), I j It'll a I I to !jiive \I same ;aii'hoiiry! : t for the; analogous to that winch the d
:ijcts, having: reference to the policy oran es m m-er: : o: u. :' : I the liijrhcst\ auriiority! to !I" !humble gives Congress
i ; I'I'; du-oViy!j in f.j-; ( lj'Chl"I\\. The 1 I note! }Impose: of creating a "establish '
tabhshed! : ] government, so vitally connected : i first in ran{'(' as Ins beset ale corporaHMT. power to p"ist roads. Giving to :
,
: vorwfllu,1: :, The
j I' : : : ., m.SIIIL : I idy rein I c !kcdVTS ( power' Ut'CrCatlI n! a corpoiation, tl.e woid establisl h" ;'o restricted '
with the health of the body politic' or in I by, able :-: ,.1.H'! ;., :" I Iii l!} vo'!'t.s i.-i |11I"b| branch-,| I \ :! in the primitive dtv5!: of t tlu!, I ('jddil': i is one ot'e:!; !ow t.M attributes! or, interpretation
I ithich the }pecuni.try interos's; of society ate: e s of ( .; .. ., I Iparty I| when the :itiiots: of :h-- Ilfvol:1-: I moioprojie.rlv 1 as being equivalent to fix, or pre- 1
t'i : I' w--if 1 di..ricl.:: :! 111,1// !kl"d ys. !! |l' ; ;; n, 'lId Jt-J l; >|:.o-kintf/ incidents! of sovereign: scribe it le doubted that
power can
,
so extensively and dcrply! involved.! No : t'.i,.' ,. A: to: :ti-.i: "-. :ict;! lIlt nun-I s'I' (''' of) tilt Federal: Coriverv'icii: wec: tilt I,1 'i 1 !he li.irieiini!. of a bank tor example: the to establish canal Congresshas river f
one of the atiiilmles of sovereignty carries nion.vpi ; ,f :JH! G''I' !t':1Ifl'! members !Sioihof) :! ::11! : does I power a or a tt
: ? ): nhoi/o I
.11!{ 'I!, I;'l" IIi e.l' i IPXISIe i\f''ll'i.\: (' auii : 1 nor ; : ; the ce. !poration to do well road ?
any a.; a post route, as as a #
wib it mote soli-inn iesponsibbihy: or calls : d.. :,i.r- \ :oi-: i l.f't.l: !stive councils : :! d 1 wheu thin-
: which
: ,I' 'I'_ i'\r'lil'lIH; |II it( linn : : (j-!' 1 Ii l ; ) tl.e; indi\idn! ; composing l r Ilof.ds: were: lima ordinary channels uf
in requisition a higher! ile ree of wisdom, tii.it wll;;. (i. I i-: -.- .,f"j.ih- i r I in'l ttiufrir\icw.! ) ; t I \': tsijrj!. : : :oi: who at (he 1 l.-e.I id: of t her arlll': i might;; 1 not -Jo! tio! without! : the charter. It i is vevj.nce and the : ihercfoie used con- i
: tern
iJian: the {jicwer of repul-itinji! the; n ClmIHo:) I It \\as the pi, 'ii-i cfihi! m.b.ujn; 11.:11. i, .5t.r. i j !Ii ii.! conducted! : his connjry: : t 1 II1 1P i u'ndt'tlCl', I'E the' right of eveiy i individual i of thc Union t to with was" routes, whatever, I
currency, and llhus fixin j !the jener.d stnii l- couia.and uili'r' I; ;and time! h' ad of the ; synonymous .
{ ( ;as! Coineniion I -
i fnnm-rri.,1/ I j'P.i: j jl:;(.11\3,\ : ;I : had'0 /,ori'.. !jjive cm edit to whom he chooses, and to obtain might Le the channel of and,
aril! ul value (lor a great commercial community I when thu undj.q.1 ; : I Ii ,.ide! those deliberations! : transportation, 1 ;II;
;
:
: ;; over
j ): ;)? O.J; J)MSUJOM; ofi 'iI ; which le,lIlled+l I credit where he can get! it. It-is not the in like manner, coin," being the ordinary *
composed of confederated Slates. leaders of the! f In !! establishment of
J ii tir) !
i < r 1 p.riy to JKUP! .taus( : : 1I'prf'C'I) Con>titutioij policy of . Such being i i-i lime opinion of the Committee 'a'! ; i 1 bv 1 the I : :.. I : was t'le' acknn'.d '.! I',1! I
Ii
; 01'1 : I1la.: 'r I"U'I! : "n., vii-:.J','aC', : !i, : Pie.sidfm-! a i In? fiee cic: illation: : of credit w-he'hcr' in the I[ urn, tint tel m was used as synonymous with 1
the hijih- and delicate trust exh si\ij. : pur J !::!lK Iran! t {HI'I:|,:J a:!'.:, ,.. ..il: !, f:, 1.:1:1. :|" ".);jIp! (!!;!!l' lCrl'd hy !pirty il5\ions.m ; form of prouis: : >ory notes, bills i-f exclnnge, ,| currency.

t committed to Congress (by tIe! Federal!, C.ii'jt.; ,.'
Constitution! they have proceeded" tn Discharge 10 view Ih i of! a dilll-rent but \\ .. An argument in favor of tttc view just ta-
; uc-.p- i8s-: l-.iJt-i3 1 .-;, the!j ,.p.i.J-, very crp! idecisive c.'i.urecuiuly !! the L'nitcd Matiil.l..u..I. ..Ien't'n.tIII'S] ) .,,_ ..... _
the duty assigned to thfiu with .. \r. .: ,q..I.t '. o.".._- i J. 0" ..I..J la' J ta..!,'r l\'.',tltl.l't) !,.. t..J. h' '.' u.1.1. I 1..r da. c"> tnt| IIIWn !o do} in an art rfci.ti cap tcl- i L iv:.1.Ieaucrd! fmm the fact,
responding sense ot its magnitude and diilictihy. :; !I'hi;.; ,..; .1 publicirniy.{ \\rhl'lIto ihf.se cir- i : dC''-' +tctl the proposition to renew ty, and with more convenience, what it that the States are expressly! prohibited from

!: cmri t l''C H-M: :lu: tint stock of time II' the rh-irterof the old b-nk:! severely schooled j two! l Id i lie I.nvful for the individual "coining money, ('. emitting hills of credit," I

The most ii.siple: i and, obvious nn.msis! of u ...iI"t.- !i'rll''i? ,iiy: !h"i'1 by Criiisli subject both by adversity: and exjierienn-;+ mH riianimously to do without incorporation. corporators Mr. (;i- and from "making ar.y thirg; Lut gold and

the subject, as it is presented: by the nies.Sigeof .- !*, :ami A,:)PMca:>- ..i t :thn unpopular; parly, : sacrificing- the pi ide ofconsiNSen-: raid establi-hed{ a bank in Philndelphh: without I silver a lawful tender in payment of debts.*' S t

the President, exhibits the followingquestions the I1+;t:?i.: w:II':i \' perceive how treat cy, and thu prejudices: ot" !party, at the sluice! n ch\'irter. which was in very high credit This strongly confirms the rue. that the subject

for the decision of the National: Legislature c,I: ;T"W the tntiounl! :!tai: ] jnity prcj.idices..vVich !' ofpitrioii! I ;m. It m:iv r hi- said without! dis- w'thin the m sphere ot' :ii;s circulation ;; and it of regulating tie circulating medium,

: : I must have been air.-vni j 'ignin: : the ;'roi>ositi' '! pir.igement: thin: an a-ssombly' of higher t.il-; innot be doubted, that lie mijht have f Hm- win: titer: consisting of corn or paper, was, at ?

1. Alas Congiess lie constitutional power I n to rrnu' its rh'ir I) ;"-r. It was j.t.ted bv entaud }purer pntrioti: i !lei;: never existed ed! a banking c''lpartnershi)1) with (he/ {principal .ihe same time that it was taken from the con
I
to incoiporate a (bank, such as that of the .".,1.'. ri.iy; -isi-u-hi: | !'" livr.reil in lime St'II1.it" ; I I since the days of (he Involution: ) linn the cajiit.di.sts: t in the other commercial citiesof tronl ofthe States, vested in the only depositor t ;

United States 1 1:11 SC)r CIl |.MI:! ? CJ"I(ih,,' !stock belong-jd: i i ifo Conjsess, : by which time present! bank was in- the Union I of which the bills would! have }', in which it could b* placed, consistently -

2, Is it expedient to establish and maintain HI iatu: !i Miijurls, nn.i I tint, cerl.iin EiiTli.-ii:: :: i ;I coipraled.. If ever ;' |political! : (p-irtvfvi,:ed J : Irul a jienend: credit: in every part of the with the obvious design of having a common

sin h an institution 1 l ,I./! uobU-mcii, ant I lit-, Ld Ch.ncelljr\ : } vVcre l j of which it might be truly said: th !it U all !she I!' country, p'Mticularly: if the Federal Government measure of value throughout the Union, I, 't

3. Is it expedient to establish: "a ; j .uiiniij!! the'ry I 1"f i of' iha! So! kIIOUers. i iitn ends they aimed at w('! :! their; cnnntry 's," Ind i provided! that these bills! should be But even if it F lion Id be conceded, that the grant

nl Bank, founded upon the cieditof \ltil'I-j.I \!\' all.; thes, .!i.rfi--iiiirs: : ro ciicounfer, the! : it w.is; the republican r ; party of that; div.r .-- received! in di; -h.irge of its tines. The only of power to "coin mon* .and fix the value thereof" I
and its 1" fur 1"'".(' \-. :!I t Iw! char j condiK':ed due < net, iu its terms, give Congress the power of '
vernment revenues I i propo'PllJlI itr w.is 'b>;;.t 1 l'I'hrvhadJtt t thecoiinirvihroimli!_ : nnteri'tl: !particular,; : in which the charter of;. regulating otherthat the "coined"

J. lithe concurrence of all the departments :- i'; unit. by the c-.s-Ju! vote of Iw! l' ,-(-sidru; of'11 the peiils+ :; of a w.ir, wi; _;ed! in defence of her '! the li ,ink of!the L'ni'ed! ] States confers a privilege the Union.any mat not the per oj regulating t'urrer.cyor flubllituted i

of the Government, at different periods i; the Sen.ue, :sort I by a rn iji/niy ot H single !, rights; and honor, anal, el::vitin-i their vieu> j ; upon the corporation, appaiently in- > currency, and CI-J, daily one w hich any IS the I

of our history, under ; vote 1:1 t'.e!': H'JSC of il-'toed ntltitfi's; far; a!!ovu the narrow; awl miser.iblu ends of cons'iNient; with the Stale Laws, is, the exemption proftssed reiireseiitutive cf coin. be fairly claimed as !

tion, and during the \ eH'lyadmi:1istra-1 In le<.5 Ihan three } eirs. after the evur.tion : ..:- party I : strife, s-iigh( only 1 to advance I the I pt r- I!i i I of the individual property ofthecorporators an incidental i.tto ert'pctthe} power plain as ictention MI essential of the'means Constitution cf carrying -,

great political:: I patties, iuto which the connirv : l j t .of ih- + htrtt'r--rime wir I with!! ( ir'':at rn went Inppiness l of the people. It tvAls to J ; from tcspon>:Ibility for the debts in clothing Congress vi ith the principal l power This I IrA

was divided] ] soon after the adoption) of jlhe j+ U.-i: itn :1 i '\iir4; t.ikc-n pi-ice ji; thmein!, time::: '.!si.!> LTiv.U cud, that: they established the prcMJIlt I I of tile corporation. But, if the{ community! power was granted ii: the name clause with that tu

present Con>ttution:: sh.dl. be regxr.led j| -ihe irril: ; itinirni".liiimbecame.so! <.!'i,:M:'(!ler-! : b.llik. deal with the banks, knowing that the capital regulate weight- and measures, and for similar rea- I

as having the authority ascribed] to such! i ic'1\ !, till public t finances s.) dej'iosH, 11:1.1': i in\ t!Li-5 review, it will I bo: nolens instrnctivo subscribed:' is ;done!! liablo f for its: debts, no !suns.measure The of value one was, as designed the other to was ensure designed i a uniform to en-

sanctions by the common consent of all w'dI I! : tie!) public crud I <:) iii!p-irelth:I ,r the enli-jhi-! : !; tinn curious, tu n.,iin; sonic of thec'l.iir one can complain either of imposition or injury ute a uniform measure cf quantity. The former ia 1

regulated communities$, the constitutional ene-l! patriot, 1I.1)allls I : vvm:: liien l j.r i.lrcl ,o mile in the opnioa: of piominent ; and, in }point of fact, no one ever has decidedly/ the more important, and belongs essential- i
I
power of Congress to incorporate a bank, '. over the Tn'\; 1 Department, wi.h tJ.esmotion ; nu'ii, yiL-ldin-j theaiuhoiity, ufc-periellce.1 complained on that score, or ever will. The [|I \y\ to tile General of Government, according to every
conception A of
just
may be assumed as a postulate no J ngei ofMi.; M idionind!I a > i it i 15 bjlicv- :\M.idison; who w.;,sth(' N'.uling! opponent real compLint against the bank: is not that )| turn slue i essential our system.to what every currency one will" admit nuic #

open to controversy. la liitiu! : ni'iro trim : el, every nuMilior; of time c:;+hin"t:, ivcoin.wn-i : : uf the bank created in 1791recommended f it h is not a sufficient basis for its credit, but : to be of cardinal importance: the equal action of our

t'l'OCaIS after the Government WCMI: i i'.t in ,1.. ded to Congress tw: el i-i!>!i>hmejt of a aitJi1"11 and sanctioned the bank crt .ifetl in 18K); that: its credit is too extensive. The ohjec- revenue system, upon the different parts ofthe Union. ;

operation, an.! at a period when! nvist of thu '' liink, as the{ only 'ueMsure.v: which and Mr. Cl ly, who str-uu In.I.y: opp.j.scd) the lion: lies, therefore, not :against the: artificial The wasiueororated.furnihedamost state of things which existed when the Back '
plegnantcommen-
distinguished members of the Feder.il C; n- !tiie |>'etic: credit muM he nivivcd, an-1! the renewal of the charter in I'jl I ss irenuuiu- I character: communicate l to the stockholders tars on this clau.-e of the Cont>tituti
vention were either! in the Executive or Le-!I lliscil: r'.->-jiirrcs p J' the tC\'erIHHnl redeempd ', ly Mippoited! the! pj'0,1\J.I:J)1I: to giant ti.e. by the charter, but against the pecuniary of the country consisted of the paper of local
the.'. from ;a ruinou.an'l: olliervvi incunble! charter in 1SIG.I I of the bank iUelf. Now these 1 hanks, variously depreciated. At one of the prin- I
gislatsve! councils, the act incorporating; : : --, operations :ipal seaportthe- local was 20 :ent. llttI'fl
Srst bank of the United Stales, I pissed h.h: .;: eml'ir..i: ; sni'it : and\ such hid: bean tho!: iniI That I may he said: 01 the,bank charter, I operations consist in the use of its own capi-i j jtal below par. Now it was currency in vain for Congress per.to re 1' ;

branches of Congress by I urge mijjritie, >, 'I I pressiv- Ic .-.::1n taught: by a brit, !but f italexpei : which cnn bo, said of few conte.sfed questions: -a faculty: not surely derived from the i gulatethe[ value: of coin when the actual currency,

an-!! received the deliberate! '--auction 'of P.e- .: icncii, that the very institution, which of t consti u i-unl: I power. l>oJi; r /great politicml I Government, but, in the exercise of which, 'I professing to be its equivalent bore no fixed .Ltion '

sident. Washington, who h III ilu-n recently had been s-) recently denounced! and J''j- ;' ; panic; that have so long. divided the the GJVeminent imposes many .useful iestrictions 'I! !standard to it. This of value great, and was.essential in point of power fact of-fiiii.g taken from the I

presided over the deliberations of the (con i.|ted by tilt! republic! 'in party, being now rocommentleJ coantry, have solemnly pronounced! it to be for the benefit of itscli" and of the '! Coneress. ajid exercised by some hundreds of irre !

vention. The constitutional" power of Congress : by republican administration, jv.is j con* tiluiion'il, and there are but ve.iv f few 'I''I'com.munHV. spon il,l*' banking corporations, with the strongest f

to pass the 1 act of incorporation, vvis I t; \ carried through both branches of Congees I j of the prominent men of either 'party, who The committee have presented this brief human; resulted motives from to nbuse the abuse.it, because The their enoimoui ot lay I

thoroughly investigated, both in the Cx'f.i- !II 5 as it republican measure, by an overwhelming i do not stand committed in its {ayor. When, analysis of a bank corporation, with the view profits manna collecting imposts and excises,power b e xpieMiy

live cabinet and in Congress, under circumstances nrijority of the republican party. I III I to this imposing array of authorities, the of showing that there is nothing in the nature ;i..subject to the condition that they "shall be uniform

in all respects, propitious to
decision. There ws, at tint i and sign the bill which passed! the two [louses, I i decision of the Supreme Court, in a case \j; instrument in the hands: of a government, 'I ded, that of"commerce no preference or rettnne shall: ,be to given the ports, by ill of!j on regulation +state .

time, no organization political parties, and because it was not such a bill as had been recommended ,I which fully and distinctly submitted the admitted to be sovereign in its own appropriate \i s over those of another." how, when is known

the question was: therefore,decided by those by the Secretary of the Treasury constitutional question to their cognizance, sphere, for carrying into eflVct powers that the circulating medium of Baltimore\;!< vi) percent I
who from their ask in the of Mr. delegated.It below the value ofthe circulating n..ntii.m of
expressly
knowledge and experience, and because the bank it proposed to create may they not language i il4 i it ,
,
Boston + not8PI.areDtthat an impost duly though
were peculiarly qualified to decide cur rectl" ; was not calculated in die opinion of the Dallas, ** can it be deemed a violation of now remains for. the committee to show nominally uniiomi; would, in effect, make a discrnn

and who were entirely free from the influence President, to relieve the necessities of the the right of private opinion to consider the that the Bank of the United States is a "nc-I toiling: in favorof Baltimore; proportioned to the dc.

of that party excitement and prejudice, country. But, he premised his objections constitutionality 9f a national bank as a question cessary and proper," or, in other words, a ,i precision: of the local currency ? Congress. there
tore, not only had the on'er, but as it to the
'* seems
which would justly impair, in the estimationof to the measure, by waiving the question forever settled and at rest ? natural and appropriate means, of executing j committee, weie under ti.e most solemn constitution'

posterity the authority oft legislative interpretation of the constitutional authority of the Legis And here the committee beg to be (distinctly the powers vested! in the Federal GuvcrnI | al obligations to restore the diso:dered currency ; anti

of the constitutional charter. lature to establish an incorporated bank, asbeing understood, utterly disclaiming the idea I ment. In the discussion of 1791, and also the Bank of the United State- was not only an ap-) > f

r'o persons can be more in his of ascribing to the decision of any or of all in that before the Supreme Court, the powers i propriute citur.s for the accomplishment of that efid
competent to give precluded, opinion, by repeated !
and the: but, in the opinion of the committee, the only enfc
n just of the Government of raising collecting, disbursing
censtruction to the constitution, than recognitions, under varied circumstances, of, the departments upon and effectual moans that could Ia\'e been Qfted. ThM
!those who had a principal agency in framing I the validity of such an institution in acts of a Treat constitutional question, the binding public revenue, of borrowing money on the ; view of the subject iot i in full accordance with tl; ?

it ; and no administration can claim a more I. the Legislative, Executive and Judicial authority which belongs to judicial precedents I credit of the United States, and pavingpublic the;! opinion oOIr. Madison, as expressed in his nexage

perfect exemption from all those influences )! branches of tho Govornment, accompanied in cases of mere private right, depending debt, were those which were supposed \I of Dec mb'r..1816. But, say he for the mtt!pit (ol'I;
t the commnnity at large, as well as for the pur pose
with them !
the incidental
which, sometimes, pervert the judgments, :: by indications, in different modes, of a con- upon 1 the construction of the ordinary acts most clearly to carry the Treasury, it i is essential that the naucn! should

even of the most wise and patriotic, than that 1 currency of the general will of the nation." of the Legislature No length! of prescription right of incorporating a bank, to facilitate !!' possess a currency of equal 1 value, credit, and .ue"
of the Father of his of authority can conse- these operations. There can be no doubt, wherever it may circnl'.te. The Constitution hat
country, during the first Another bill was immediately introduced, or concurrence :
term these fiscal operations are greatly facil entrusted Congress, exclusively, with the roWel ol
of his service. of subversive of that
all have become crate the usurpation powers
and would in probability and cftbat description
creating regulating a currency
Such were the circumstances under which and destructive of public hap itated I By> a bank, and it is confidently believed taken the Jatf
I which
'a law, had not the news of peace, by doing public liberty, and the measures were during
all the branches of the National Legislature the of the induc- piness. But, where the power exercised i is that no person has presided! twelve Session, in execution of the power, give every p),' c;-

ttlemnly! determined that the power of cr e- 'cd away Congress pressure to suspend further emergency proceeding clearly conducive to the public welfare. and months over the Treasury, from its first or- I ii/e of succc>?1t. The Batik of stir UaiteA fat>itel<,111P *


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I I auspice'the most EA\"orable, CLUUvt fall to be an The evils resulting from the relative! depreciation IE [ __-4 -- ceded I II y moic, plaj Ing hail to the chiof." The .- =

is L/ important auxiliary. of tho bank paper at different places, are more easily :I procession passed twice in review before the ladies, I CONGl\.E
PENSACOL.A
traced to their causes, more palpable in their nature 5\\NJ\L.
xI k Such are the authorities and such the arguments and consequently more generally understood by the i,,I who were seated, but on coming round the third time -_

which hare brought the commits to the conclusion, co muunity Though much less ruinous than the j a fair lady waschosen queen of the next festival, tha IN THE ]NATE.

; V. that the power to incorpmtp. a bank i iA incidental 1 to 'vils resulting: from the general depreciation of that SATURDAY, MAY SW 1830. bouquet was presented to her, the choice was ratified

the powers ofcollect-ng and di-mrsing ; borrowing moaey to demand a full exposition. ck devoted of our of Representatives
debt and. We have this Wt large portion .
.) United States ; of paying the public were read twice and referred"The

: above all, of fixing and regaining the tauilard. of A very ocrtous evil. already hinted of, which grew paper to Mr. McDoflie's report on the subject of the The company soon after sat down to an elegant amendmrlUl, of the House of Reprel

'f value, and thereby enroling, at east so. far as the out of the relative depreciation of bank paper, at the J Bank of the United States, than which we have dinncr-ufter which the resumed the sentatives to the bill!!
dancing as ; authorising tho Coral
and
J the
is concern uniformity different its inevitable
F medium payment points of importation, was ten- and decu-
in'eresting
equality of taxation.II dency to draw all the importation, of foreign merchandize rarely seen a more powerful fandango following close on the heels ofthe Scotch missioners of the Sinking Fund to redeem!
McD. had other evidence of
; pronosd for consideration, to the cities where the depreciation was ment. If Mr. given co reel. About sun down the returning populatioi once the public debt ; and to the bill providing for
The next question aad divert them from tKbse! where the superior talents and judgment, this document alone the
greatest, currency -
h the erpsdiency of esublishug an incorporated more filled the streets, like the coming in of ths tido. re-appropriation of certain ,unexpended
I was comparatively sound : If the Dank of the would immortalize him. The is
S bank, with a view to promote tto great ends already United established report a triumphant Any where else, it might have been woith wnile to balances offormer appropriations, were
: States had not been and the Uovcrnrncnt con-
of ofthe Dank aiu.t the attacks made
the HUTU vindication
In di"cukiillg ccistitutionahty on
i indicated. cnrred in.
.. had been left without any alternative but to add, that in the whole of thin. numerous colection, The joint lsolutioDi; submitted
measure, some ofthe considcationswhich render it i both in and out of Congress and embraces three
a
receive the local it difficult ,by Mr. Rowan auth
it inexpedient have been slijtly unl derl. But depreciated currency, is I there was not to be seen a single instance of excels rising the transmission
to imagine the extent to which the evasion of the di.tinct.ic's of tho subject. First, to the
of
rei as powerof by mail relative
these require a more full and conjilcte elopement: nor WRS there the slightest! occurrence to disXirb the papers to the fifth cert,

while others remain to La prcselcd veimelaws would have would had an have interest been to carried.encourage: Every the excessive State Congress to incorporate the bank-second, its competency harmony and good humour-but here, the circumstance sus, was reed a third time and passed. QQ

4 It must be assumed iw the bait of all sound rea- i issues of its banks, and increase the degradation J to facilitate the fiscal operations of the government produced no remark. This may be ascribed I motion of Mr. Hayne, tie! bill to rcgulato

JOlling on this subject that existence of a paper of its currency with a view to attract foreign com and to produce a soui'd currency throughout to the habitual of the tho Patent Office was considered, and
temperance Spanish population, a de.
currency, issued by banks derivifi their charterslrom merce. Even in th- condition which the currency _i the country : and thirdly, how far it would be judicious bate ensued Jn which Messrs.
and still to the formidable influence Hayne
more jroducedby
the Stato Governments, cannd hu prohibited by and
had reached in 1616, Boston, and New York, and or desirable to substitute for the cx'uting institution -I Rowan
4 : Congre: Indeed. bank: creditand bank paper are Charleston, would have found it advantageous to do- the presence (-the lil r. It was indeed i pleasant supported, and Messrs. Dickerson

4'r BO extensively interwoven with he commercial operations live their supplies of foreign merchandize through that powerful government engine, a JYalionfllBan day-and if I there should be another pad-gaid,* while Forsyth, and Noble, opposed the bill. It:

I rociety, that, e\en Gngress had the constitutional Baltimore; and commerce would undoubtedly lave, !. The two first propositions aie unequivocally was, finally, on motion of 1'1 r.
t power, it would be jtterly impossible to taken the been the writer remains here, he is [determined o be one Forsyib, hid
that direction had not currency ..corrected. ailirmed, and the latter repudiated. on the table. When the bill for
produce s< entire a chaigj in the monetary systempf To avoid this injurious diversion of foreign i''' ofthe party, P tflPS en ::asrirant (for the lonours of the removalof ,

the country, asto abolivh the agmcy of banks of discount i imports, Massachusetts: and New York, and South 1 the day. f the Indians beyond tho Mississippi waj I

without involving the community in all the didru Carolina, would have been driven by nil motives of taken up, ?1r. Freelinghuysen replied Ir r

I I tressin embnrr*n'eiits usually attendant on great self"defence and self interest, to decade their respec-! Till PADGAUD.Iho I TRAvr.u.ru.: t the arguments of Mr. Forsyth on the to }
the titles Indian.
political revoM on subvortin?: to private 1 tin .
$V Ti property. *rue sudJeii withdrawal of some hundred I niltimore: currencies and at thus lea&t to a par in with the the curreHcy of of! writer of this, latily pa::ed a very ple.-i.--ai:t Bill. lie yielded the point that the other r,
; a livalry career depre1 -
I mil lions
effect/" the arbitrary ofthe and despotic transfer of the! be assigned. As the tendency of this state of things suance of an ancient: usage. For more than a \\ eelhe j wile bird gawl-h.e, a i.Irtuik: : <}'-pad, or pup, from dians viihin their limits as well as Georgia .

proni.1Y0fone portion community to another, would( have been to cause the largest poition of th much of the but but exclaimed how i
had heard : Pad-gauii, not Leing magnanimous j
to tie extent, probably of half that amount. Whatjrer ; ; jiapier, a piper bird. 'I ho: wod gaudy is perhaps it .
,
t ( therefore maybe the advantages of a purelymetallic revenue most depreciated to be collected ofthe at local a i few place,*it, would and in have the :; ibe! to obtain a distinct explanation cf the ci>:tom, i derived from the! wordi'<:.id- tie male birth is almo would! bo fur :he State of Georgia to Inva >

.. currency, and whatever the objections to a followed that a very small part currency of that icvcnue wouldhare !' ae resolved to satisfy! his turioMly in person. lie. I ,univrs-illy no re oinaiiie'fcti: :>y brilliant plumage disclaimed to follow the peruicions exam. ,

circulating medium partly: compo ed of bank paper,, been disbur.cd at the points where it was collected I could only leant, that it rctcmbled the ainnul: i1:1. j |thn: t.e! l ismaL' plo l of her fister states. Mr. McKinley rejoined i
the committee consider that
t4. the existing state of things, from they are instituting Ircc'Iudcclab)*' The Government would consequently! have: 1i on shooting the Jay, as described by Waiter ii j to :lr. Frelingbuy sen, in support of .

between them, with a view to any practical a comparison I been compelled to sustain a heavy loss upon the IranI 'L- Scott in "Oldor1alil)'." lie was al-o iiifoiineif. iI| and fully: maintaining; tin constitutionality ef
i', l fer of its funds to the pints expeiidUuiP.' The
I.t result. :annual( which would., have recited from tlicse I! ; tat on this oceaioa, the/etc wa given by time king.-; I j rCi't.c rcisrcutf.! Gqcc.P.PCAU1) I the doctrines he had advanced. in his former

If they were not thus precluded, and it were submitted o causes alone, cannot be estimated at ales*? sum ian : vho had on different occasions obtained this prin-1 argument, and which he contended' Mr. F.
+ :
to them as an on-rinal question, whether tho two millions of dollars l"e, by shooting down the bird. The cu tjm'a S j jrcrhaps had nut ns yet been able to answer. When
acknowledged and manifold: facilities of bank credit I
p4 : and bank: paper are not more than countei balanced I But the principallss which resulted' from the relative brought from IS'ormandy to Canada, whence j i Prev'ions to tl-e: invention: ofjun-pcvvder by SwartMonk /. Mr. McKinley! concluded, Mr. Forsyth took

.,. by the dS1rcJ: sitJ vicissitudes in trade incident! to their depreciation of bank paper at different pl.itcs} i i. travelled to Illinois, to Mobile! at.d to [l.i3 }.:(" .. 1' a ('I"Cologne, in Gciiiur.y; in the? year .[310 j, the floor, and, in an able and interesting

use, they are by no m aii9 prepared to say, that they athl the! its want general in tie! ciedit, was; that.sustained of by; j h seems to have bcci. in mprorfcrJlir.g into dinri: ,L- there ha! ;! existed in tl-o evinl rarts ofthe old! } continent speech, supported the rights, and vindicated
commercial.change. !
community
.
jrrejtopeiatioiij :
: would iy and not cumbersome give a decided m dhnn.preference to the ruore cost \ The extent of thf-.e operation Himually;, tide, during the l=ut three } can:-ti., publick! how-, companies: and even vniMderahle! bodies of I! i the conduct: ol'the State of Georgia, in relation -

But the may be t-afely estimated at sixty millions of dollar
i is question not between really a metallic presented and for their determination iron thii sum the los.s sustained by the merchants, t their maje>tiys Judge li- Alderman. : 1'- and j jOj I shoot I with I IO\\ s." T.Jit wcipoii, I however, was no When Mr. F. concluded the Senato adjour.
currency -
I .1 paper and planters, and farmer*, and manufacturers, was ned. I.
but between a paper! currency of unifoim value not probably! le.'s than1 often cent \ G.- t.) pay their debt, 1:1 .i manner that could' i! longer in the form c the how--cen in the hands ofour Judge White has the floor to-morrow1 I:
average per I
and subject j to the control of the only power competent being the excess of the rate exchapgu beyond i it s :lot b? resisted, and accordingly the-e Indians ; the bow, properly si called, was fixed upon IN TIlE HOUSE, II I

t its regulation, and a paper currency varying natural rate in a bound --tc: and : a stock irru-h 1\1 r. Cambreling from the Committee
,
,, and fluctuating value and ; ot'cerr'icy. beyond! j I "Three kings out o' the :\ Jit." very nvembliisr that which bears the on
to
subject no common o r
the rate to wi.ich it has been Hetn.illy; reduced by the I kurd of I. commerce, imported a bill from tho
: adequate control whatev- On this tl.m it our pre::< nt fTrei! lk or l fowling piece", Senate,
que: i o 'fatioiis: :? of the H.uik; of the United St.tCB.: it.iH l resolved to unite, and render the I.Y i :r.c.-r!! than! ucu- iutitll.d An
would seem that them cod: vvliewe!) ? is denv.l 11! act allowing duties on
: scarcely exist a difference be t:1II8: that I l c um.c of cno.ssrow, and the 1 foreigarclKini'izit
of oiion a.l thai tliis! is i perceived, an annual tax:' of six millionsof ally brilliant by way of makn-.g t i.n _n.ir.fur ti.tirI ;I 1E into
Louisville
; the imported
| Milxlantially dollars: was levied fiom the tuilu-lrioiis ;inl >" tIiil1 who i:>s"J i il t'. :' culled' : AIJCUSAMSTKK.: Ihtji E I Pitts.
question iavohed in roni-iilmn"; the expediency of a duetive pr. "' U ;lcct. The day fixed upon v.-: : !.i-t Jr'jit-jr'Liy, burg Cincinnati St. Lou
cl.i.sses, by the urge moneyed in N"tcmzlnd
i national bank will ) capitui : re!:owned J'ola.ido! a ni v. lrv to Cf: rcm"e.! re1I
I }
sntitifartorily appear by a ci m- oar cIIIHucr.i.11 tif.ej; vvLo wcr engaged in the Lusiiujssof '!. which fortunately turned out to be iiub'iah: .' fine, a i ii : Naj:hvile! to be secured and paid in
those
pm."un of tile -t-iteof! vhs ruviou-i tiio: I .-!J'I'r of! the Western: ho !
currency to etabli.uieit :- hrokera I ci; :{ ttt, \s lighting '.viih;[ the' j
;' ,e. A \ ario11'v! d'-'preci.it.-'dcnri'-n- :!: clrlIl1 talJce which does I notalvv.u.- v.r t :cli uuA I I 'places wiih amendment. Mr.
I ofthe present bank an;J its condition for nid: .a iim-tiitmc.-: : of the !t tfp.ii.nul1 :1 /.-ill..t l Ii! e *!et.r>, ,\ a- killi d in the an Spencer
the bsl.t'IJ years. I' ey: : eMrhauges, open a! :,j f;,:ti\lls-a getieial di.ckiiv! i-oiijcriij! :1'TIIi..il1t; ;' year j j I of Nc-w You k, from the Committee
.. \vi.e! and ai! i>1J.m aiV-r tie cx;,5ratirn of the 'h'I tf'r c.f the t r:1t I,I ;m.1! it in ii'jtti.Ciefoio: ; "rpii-ir.g. Iliat! ti."y! :h"i'i t. : t-q"! 'elial.tfii I acinliagcs in tl.e J: n\\ rn ::rr. 1}"t'I'y I VL.'V I"." oflii..t-.i.a: : j i ij : ci liurr, reported a resolution, directing, tJiol
B.mk j vcr : : is [ I to li.ive I
I (
oft L'uiteil ;rft.itan iniinon-H number "I I opp'id l.) Ui.lt- which :-t': of\i( ,'hiol i wJ s : iu I : : : ) r'lor thcusai.'l) }
: J an I 2ta:1:, at tl.e.une ti'tt' t' '0 put IcqUnt i-t'1. cnri.V1' I.- |! !I--..... : I l pinning of MX copies of tho Mes.
Ioril, bafiti nn.I.-r the : : tl.c ivi si.lf,1h; ;. rf ti.e 11"!
5jnn; up pecTiniary exijrencujjs .t .1'is n'l'! \"eJ the eumuuiiiity 1 fiom the! enoruos ; i.-. I 11'CTrecarlnrc: / .r't: 'I(Jn ,:
t : : vj'H :-- Jii a u [ ; <( it* ">M :t' .M'-i .i.'tC, : sIC! of the President of tbu United
;ji;.2'jctj: by tbc witl\) :1"'dl '.1'i l irgean; amount; .! : .I.hd. has d"pivI.'d.tieiu! of the ( :irmotn i wor I...!. I It wast: \ a .-::.-:.j:!.ir -.ill:I ia tt.eirvtoe!: I|! States,
O"ittnk) ; vedit! a- ;te.:4.IriIv resulted fiom the win.Jiiif I :. vvhicli: de-i! d rn:1. :- .,:.'! :'oiic ou ,loot: ; crov.ds of el.i'.1: :; : ; (:'xv.v/u' |I I aimy i; ol(the 5:11:! of January, lSl'3, transmitting
they f h.1I >periilaJm in thc \)miut'ris that ;nis* \"'PL'III 1\\1..- r.vv.l 1 their in a
;; ; ap of its couc.r'.1s-au: Jiiio'iiit filling: vrry littlef : of'excha.in.! i.; :lI dlioi1: Jo the !">=of- >utia..r!1' i j>t'-s"c uf* l' ;"iui:5: : loigl.t be j-ee.i i iii I:;.'i'm :at an j jrly ; ;i .. ; : simcces: r.iv.ii :- :I': itpoit froi. the Secretary of the Navy in 'i.
: *')rt of nftecn iiiflini! uf ; : ;? : ::gl.uiJ, 5i'J.o } eur Hi?, and even isubmitlf : ,
d"lhr! -
,: i < 'J'1ien: bunks "c-I II) th.'r. >)!ti>muiitvii: : th"piijatop; !: fc.xcliaii;.>!. ,-.: hvur. }l\. ten oViock the :rtiei-ia: fi f f j l.'tI-; ')! j I :j; relation: to Amciican c.mvas.; cables: and i
r. i'n; : lVoefrim thc. tiii4 il In tiie I \ lv -l
1 Jir.ly: olIlIt.ll"celitmal: : whirh : : ; f.ir ', :l. wf 1! as in their inroad '
1' Rat : yf tLe L'hited Siales hd t"t.j.t' f'r" "'Ia'r.tti ;:.i..hut.t! tl.c i i'U! I ttr: enluelv:. .L'-jfcrit'J, tlierc! Wu t'n.t.!; a d.g! !k 15 ; open: ,: conhsge, for the use of:he 11Oli:C. 1.1.. Craig ll l
: itcvntly exeroi.-et': ror: of l tho country, in ail ll.e -I.a'r:: (;crai:! i.n Ir; !i riiicf-' : >o.t: ti! vir : -:), ::1Id: : sahi..hi1g: : them- !.
over t'iot,cal JuKtitu ions comincncca. thatsys 1trr 01 I trad!, ns well ll I lc! failuie: of th t'J 1\1'1' ".dti !h. .elverin tl.e I j I If Virginia nituu! a favorable report from the ;
I .n by < nijiiiemu- |':ij'f-r j j i !j-'ovii!i.'e '.'!"i I i.-; najJlI,I Ilorinandie) It
1.:1: prld.- .iling :ml e'"f' "II s- !*;", Wfl4lh! 94 l>.ink' >, jiiilVnil into .1 1.t'lIu.li"c.i: i'Cl.it! I. l iini.iit '"he rJi'.vc" fur th' i ;:: Comiiiti on internal improvement the (
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r of on
c (bly iaudved ue in ail 1 tho ; itttitit't ; j p-ro njui-rncr.:* te (1n lii-i'e; : ti.c! iit.-ei: .ui ;I.-l.'o: : i.-t It!! year il!-. The ccle- ,

?.'a ctisuideroa! ',urrRiiry cu.mtry, The extr.loidiaary emiarra--<;ptimuueiiviyi n.cnts I ( and having no M.f':l.ni.;.! i--i--, of tallLi.l; ; to i v-a." ;t ti.o; (11.:1I1'l; of a Itli:'.' :wd; a 1.rfl\J1: 1.II.I' ..: li..le.l !i-, .!.III.U"! '! oi'li.e: 1 Mihi.ts!: of J ''I letter! of Mr. Skinner, in relation to the con- i;
l'I-Hm the red!.mj"li from 11I'i UI bain a nea\.v""l1 o"Otlnre.. zIrIncjJB,' V I I v*** **. n.J"1"'uo '..... I on thehirli: i l.irsJ; t'i tf'!: north! where then. i< :i Ih''i-; t it t!:.1. "- if .S-. J.I.11. !i..::.:ihr.f J ,u ]:',II"'.. and I JijQi), of the! I strut toll ill ihL city, of a central basin! for ,
y : and a cull e.pondl:1 multiplication ol I -.l. *.
local i ff .1 :_ !
4. hanks, chattered ly the d.- i.s; 11 I I-. .11 rie!: 'I',', toi.c:. Knights! I coiiiuieitiu -iijpoa ; and, also! for furnish. !f.

the Staicb. !hastened Il! catastrojihewniclimust I I .Uind til.; relative d'spred-ilion, at ilt'I'Ment! : p.IC'I'/'I'n!
occurred, at no dta':: p rio-1. wit'iout' iLete extrar-I the general; depreciation of I the'-nliie t I1t.! Jl ;'11'-1 i I hio.seandy( ro.n', through which l-o! l had to v. ada! tl>e s'ei.t'N.; i ieui.i't; that: : :\try cr.eof their: sncmber-J* 'I lll'tlio nei, iiluIt3. Tlio "1"ulldudtd !II I

.. din rJ (.allil S. The Jtt'eLf of the war preseiAjdtiw IH'aP.llilJlII' : I the te'"' it of, \1:r. (\Sivv: 'liinl.; l t She .rcciet.i.: ), writer f.HlII: l a ,niiiiieious a--eiu'jlnge' of people. j -io: .!.1 beiicornp'el'! : .v-tti.H.: a< well j i' with a i isolation authorizing the President cf

.. I ffitLtr and melaucfioly spectacle cf) a nation o! the Treasury, in 1 l.-fti'I, that dining i the ronenl I "i.r.ci.'ioii ..-.- fr( ;.t'd iii tl.tiiioiiav: aj-parel tiigeii.. r wi'hili tijef.ii ly wiIILH11(1.!! ? 'I'o a a tan; han j t!:o United States to cause the
ti i jsct.d.! and necessary sur-
: specie tl.i lo.l biiil.. in tl.eea. in coiTrmity J
ulioui.dinp in resources a people abouiiding] in self payment Ity ; ;; ->
.; J'J5 uid !! .: 1 hm oft!.:' tov*,n. A lnjr: table VH :,ii und.r' ," I'1'!11 :! : of/ ..:. r | H''Y'S to be made, in order that a tllerc.I I
.. de otniL jMtriJti'slLJ,311(1 a govcrxnh'nt reduced tote: } > l"Jti. t ? eicui.itmg i: IH chum i.i l I ej I i "In [ :{ sjiir.- le; :,1.' f f--sts; v\rre et.MMied.! I j ) repoit
.j' I very bi: i'i:. avowed baTl ttc.; "o!';!y fur' tl.e wa-il L ntcJ rftnlfs h.id rs.;.( I t.d i 11., ;<;>': eit.t i! aci.'unt ( c
\If.L i n-itiotial ins'ituticn, w'Jch at the j-jtue time that one li'fdiL'! iiii'J !:!i niiilicuis c It .luil.u ami ti..t: in |! -i.i'.d, ( I.i. Vki--: Mile I bo.ii'l l f.\ed ;air-i'"i-t tl-eir! 1 lir: "e 1.-J.:tit-.iti: :,::.; met tu dn: lit. l-ir 11 brdhe1: t:11 tl lg session. The report and resolutions\ I
w. it wonH l L'-ive ficilitdtetl UK- (U\'rIlIlJCI1t loi'Ha-iu :he ye.ir ldli i it h..-I 1 1". -a lodije: d I to feity-llve: i. i-; j r a the were lajt! the table
: KiHijand t' ilii.iil, I and
I \n. ("[ w.th I u i 1. :: l.i-ieriti IckV 1 ; nit i.it; ., ., upon ordered to be
Itttas cf doUiir.s i c.iir a rcdiiitu.n: of l\-i..r.o;:: ; i was ( >vv:.< {! a.: King oftl.od.iy.: In ulh
o'Jitr: Treasury ojieiatiAn w.nii.l: t ha*, c frnisii.-! :! > : : : ] ] .. : I
> a
j Mr.)
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(ifculaii.ij: meilium! cf jjm'nU cre.Jii!; m every pnt: o' ( cut. M the I short I pel i H"I of 'four }( ar'k'L'; ( oiii.ilev : :- !; .HIIII the I ;,..f'. !tt.:.I'I' wo a ,0"1.) del: 1il:. \\ ; r nt;t e\ '-ry t\vn aid! every v ilJ: :t", this was iinit.it-i printed. Diayton continued his remaiksin -

: the Unio'i.: In U.is .view of the .sulijocf! the coin.4. : are .iiithneiJ to. the opnon:: tl.at tac.-. \ct: id: : ;j th.' rich, \I-M- .uui f! !:rai.t :, irrl-I-e-y: :! of this, di- 'In.tc f.d, mid :J h..rp vva: I l.ii.j.-; :inongst> t I: thcii : opposition to the resolution of \lr.

.. inil'cc'e fu'ly! si>!:mu 1 !hi}' the} opim-m of ,.:r. I i'alji I- .ti-i!-.I1lf IIJCti;iII oi r.'otollll" a vki'ius einuii'-) I I I : an-1 auniru!, t!!"Me was I iho ciu .- .;-teen sod( of I I i I vii.i.ii.\-s" oe calleu : Deshn, fur a reduction of the number cf of

_i; ". 1 i I thon re cretin of tl.e Jr.-asury, and by t the e ncr.r.ng t'> a sound sl.ilc 1 by llit> caliiiijr iu : ..n,1 al'ixj-.t uu'miI'I: oj.imoti of all t'eji : the curtailment: of hank ili ;!'oimTN, I!:nl i" is.'i.-.l i } till ,- !j j \Viliam!! : TclUtl.eirtu! u t.\i?" tJlllerand: imiiiur- :|
4. : i .Not far Ill ,
t.'fil tl.) .,
p < ur.tetiircd
I- this, havipg; before
: .liilJg lIt expired
j decision
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i t'u.ijit.f'T, vhf: ;' cr civcrsity; of opinion p evjili'J I durtionof; the cuneiiey in J-- 'JJ) to .t ,.iIIi ;>,iniev-, <.:' j:: t.11! :11 rh'r: : jrovi'l, !;.(!-< ;! in Io07) that his hauc1u ; was taken
j'.:' .t :, ..ito tit props.-r Laz is and .,organization of a lower tiian was eon:,ist-nt with' the ju-t rerjrirennji-t-: i &Uttt't, houcvcr: tilled; to overtkwii' \'. ilh the !I is: hue as ]hi- L--t, and I ti! it l.isJ.J\'l upon the Cjucsti n. After rIle nsual disposition

b it, J.i.I'I.t' fe.y ihie ;CJeed that a n:1t1onall.ank i of thu community l'r a t ircuiaiinim'liiiiii: md ih.it i gtY"it ofthe riY: The dance I hud already eorr'- I n'.tvvitlntaoding. ofseveral bills from the Sent the till

.. cf j'iif .-./it. W H; tiidt-pcis-j'iSy: ; ril''ce: ! l ponce to
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: cj'iatr: fror.i; t:ic ..t ot'tintiprioi riSanutii jiiu'eti.allinn;, so as t.i sati-f tho>o rc'iicmenis. ror '< I ,
) jeii It will be theretoo ; I I to the sound of t'ie', \iolin, and attracted by this _ I prepare a code of laws for the District of Ce-
: The roiiimiUce wI lI1"W p; hient briifexpobtijiiof : aSHumed :'that theriicnuiinj! ; meilium : ; .1 I T .
: I.iventinef
U3 slale of currency al ihi: clo-e of the war, oft li-c: of tho United J-tt'es; JH.'J been fifiv'-ii.e' ininuitij \ aninaLing seen, he left fhos! e who \'.vre seated if t & :; : !v-'m'ro.tcr, however, soonshook i| lumbia, was called up, and the amendments ,

ru. 'j :?, ir.j try which' resulted froji; it, as well to tLi'tjoiernm dollar: 1r; the lust teu eai.-, lak'ii.g the. ::\ rae. moving about s'mglv.or) in cruus] through! the gro'\ e, I in lle public ':j>iui'{,ii. the importance of die of the committee: being agraed to, itVas or.

tt p,4 m as to the comtiunt), and their reasons: f.>r Ij.- Kvuaupori: this as.;uuption it will foJIow, t/t! tiieBitionnl [ 1of 1\ to join the merry tl.rig.: Tliy en.blagc! of Lcau- weapon at tlCt t of univi-.A ,:se, and the privilegedioeiatiomis I dered: to be engrossed lot a third reading tlJis
Iiin; that it could uot Juvo bo. n re ; for da
.f CJH JiJJI, and can1ar1tuu Ls ''re va uable for the last ty, vvcll; hare made a paradise of'any iace.-- r weapon another ). The oll t'r bills before the house OH
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\\ pr'tserveo! m I hat; 'fJa1i- ten years than it "- os i ii I culled I} ,
ti.>;.i, wtirjut the agency oi'sjcii an ij&tituiiuu as tiie l io.i In other words! two dollars would: t'-' ; -l' I I'I131i1".a- jnhitcd:! :: 0:1 every countenance-tiiej AIllir'-nr.sUAin Spanish- s\rea I JUZ, the SlJ'ifCl! oflllo District, to the consider?
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Ujnk {.ttlc United Statci. no more ofanv cor wdia' in l-in- .. rh-'i______ fl__ :n I__! r"r.!....... i I iI \ : r.j-oji5i.-d hiiii.iell: .IcligJiIiuJ day, iai\hichhc (".IU1t'imes i-pe-lt i Ia I.ngli-n IJ Ilaiqntbu-s) wl-irh} ws tion of \which the day had been devoted by
1. Tie" curriMit has been capahle:) of purchasing; a.tanv time s.inc- I a kind; of low !ling uiece w iI.: a I"ck.lcd! I e-t in | rosolu'ipn
prc ap;>cn'3fd to tliN rep irtvi"J I r.\- I I1J.J It as: iin-s tin n'.dorh
r.tngi..g iJiLlt.i a scale through of depreciation in the! IOI'.II ciirrfiu-v, tion ofthe is paper nbviciis of put therefon-
ti. H'Cl1i.fiJIIr van.nia cent. degrees Aniom to the twenty pniicipal, and evi'n lh.s-I L ular time, ascomptred with ptcic furi-.i-liLb no[ ciitjrion diy \.-.' aUieU'Cd-the oiting the Pud-gaud. described. Ti.e soldier! : ti ing j an\.n UEijL'sr: .';> next, in older to take tip tho resolution of

t'r.. ci1.e.-*, \a'jlhngton and liuilimcm! were the wiricht-j a ;er.jin the geneu'l depreei! itionofthe Ilt-i-e it i in proper t-> I I.-.; a little more minute. The' ". as fllcn called .tIcL'nm.i.n.! At that time it Lc. I the commitu-c on the Judiciary, for the im

I I.t; ; :it which the drprcriatioii wj preateL The with! the}whole, value currency of that, including specie:: as conj';in.d body of the bird v.id doiiicitLat larger thai that of a came ful.ioiinble; : tj be a member of the companies: I(I peatliinenl of Judge Perk of lissouri-

I! :J'aj't-(411'tw fr <..-.11. !b, 'ow b.inlis par.: in these At Philadelphia tlu'eot. was fiom the JO I to ii* A kpecje dilar! in 1 ciineney 1:;>, would! at PurChase a iillerent no pci-io.1.more ''OJJH tC' ;,. ; i it! vasia.idc of the root of cj\pre-d orwild I Arqutbui'ien, :1I d thf I former foas's! were: kept up '.;! Upon tiiis ii'atfer the House went into aCnmuuiiittme

i :t1 was considerably les., though even there deprccia-it was than half in much a> a piper doLar vvil; purriube; at o'ivo! or otht-r "l)1t1)' rnate i iil.l t->) lint it iliLl.t with no otht r ateritio! than, those ofthe ::iustrhiiient ot" the Whole! on the state of the I ,

::; .s. fjvia 17 io J 15 JUT cent. In Kc\v: York! and Charlcs-! prcoect.Having. bo ruck lay a bmd: '-d- b.dls uithout being brought and cJ'the! "bje' t ofthe target, which, intead: cf txntinuing Uuiiin ; sirtd Mr.' DoduYulgp- Mr. Shun. I

.k,. : ffihf t J. lt was from I tj 10 per ct'nt. But in the interior endeavored: to explain: thus ',den}', the} doun. An unit roil was passed through it, \\hirh j': to be a nr.tun.I: bird!, was cue made of pasteboard :[ of New Y(5ik, successively spoke in favor of ,

J' ? 1 1'1 MUOJI c.rantiv.-.v was even(lure greater banks were than at established, the dnf. general depreciation resulting from a irdundant currency ws driven into tie! end of a long j.ole. The dij i r of wood ;;;i.l icik! the name ol'PAPECJKAI, i istuliseqiujitly j I the report. Mr. Bell folio vied on the oppo- I

I .1"t. JUhmiore. In 1;\Vre-tem part of Washington Pecnsyivania andr1f ,I some ,oftbe the committee injurious couse:wil!! now! uonces proceed which to point have oat j: tanre fiom :hc pce! : where the shooters took their I"1 I : KM'GAUD, as lio.-taud spelt it.ow I Ifiir siie, ido. After some further discussion the 1
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retMi'Uid -
U T.KVC and p-irtic.ultrly nt PiUslurg. 1t was 2i per CClt.- fioia_ tho"e great chanues jim the biaudaid till) ; st.indvis; about :,'\ duty vards.; ] Tha head of the I the itiinolif\; { (ftlc: wo:,!! I I commuitteeruso. !\ and reported pi ogress and 1 1t

stjt-aient>, however, of the relutiv depreciatl value, which have been Jf1I1JJ bird I the House 1t
-. of hauk: .:.apcr of various ,ilaes uuavoulablj piuduced by the I wts crowned \\iti! a bunch of artificial r.\t'r ;A Y-lIr PAPGAUD, I conceive to cx- juijourreo.ON .

j ,, uitli! t-pncie, give a very inadequ|ite i idicdoftheenoruutM as compared- correction oftlc redundaucy :lasCr:,, while its spreading uingH, and thc sweep press, a liirJ ij' paste board viadc fur }(rt. PASTE-: motion of Mr. Denny, leave of absence

,J; evils indicted upoa the community by the exceisic An individual who borrowed a sum of money in ing curve of its tail, were adorned with one hundred i: HORI> (carton: in Trench) bhcots of paper ({lapitr) / was granted to Mr. Coulter nl Pennsylvania t
1L, issues of bank {taper. No proposiicn is i bet ISIC, ami j.ni.l it in Iftvi., aviclrntly rcturm: d to the ribbands
of colour and foijihc remainder'of: the t
'. ci! ter established than that the value of whether lender double the v.lue received flow him and crery fluttering in the breeze pasted to cthcr. CEAI the name ofa birdin Kngli-h, session, oa
; cue '
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1 1: it consist*of specie or paper. is depreciated money inexact who paid a debt HI 1t" O. which he had contracted in -gifts, which it had obtained from the ladies, during cahlelJ&cKz&w, and which sometimes menus tIC account ofa'severo domestic. affliction whlci t

I / .I "t proportion to the increase of its quantity, in any 1816, evidently paid double the value l.e had stipu- the week, while paraded through the town livery male of birds of sport: the word SPORT is synonimous had befallen tlrat gentleman} ; t.
given state of tho demand for it. If(| for hated to pay, though nominally the was fixed I 1eI
4 example, same amount in eye now on this object-it was sufficiently to play, frolick fowling, tumultuous merriment. The IX TilE :\\TE.
the banks, iu! 1616, doubled the money. It is in this that fluctuations
quantity ofthe circu way the
J i 4 lating medium by their excessive issues,they produced quantity and value of the currency interfere in in the near to enable! each l fair maiden to distinguish her gift very alteration of the termination CEAI into GAt'i, April 2S. )
[
l ed a general degradation of the entire ma.is of the currency I most unjust and injurious manner, between debtor from the rest-a! many a generous Carctiero guided corroborates my understanding of tlm name by which Mr. Benton submitted a resolution, directing 1a

1 t including gold and silver, proportioned to the and creditor. I. by instinct, perhaps by some secret intimation, pant .I those reunions are designated ; for, this GAUD, was the Military Committee toWnquire ;into 1t

J. the redundancy relative of the tsiue*, and wholly independent of And when banks have the power of suspending e.J to posse hinw If, if net of the tcholc bird, at least undoubtedly taken by the grammarian Rostand from the expediency of making an appropriation: '

; depreciation of bank paper at different specie payments and arbitrarily of the favor of his damsel the latin! 10 preserve and secure tho Pea Patch island
contracting and flighty tickets word mold
r pi ices, as compared with pccie. The nominal were I gajiderc, ( French GAUDIR, se re- Tn
money expanding their
'. issues, without any general control, drawn from a hat and the lists as the basis of tho fortification which is'buih
of forthwith
i : price every article was of coarse one hundred l they exercise a more dangerous and were open jouir) make merry ; still used, in the familiar expression Tr.

!t per:cent, higher than it would have bees, 'but 'lor the over tho property of the community,despotic than was power ever ed. Rifles musket, fowling pieces, double or single (dire des GACDRIOLES)) lo tell jokes : in Spanish on it. Several: reports were made from committees

dupc&uonofthie quantity of the circulating medium. I exercised by the most absolute barrelled, with common or percussion locks on bills which had been referred la
In I GAUDEAMCS
goernmeat. were Y
such GAVDETK, a tumultuous
ii. Money it or r.t
nothing -
i4 r which the: relative more valuu nor of less alt articles than the of measure merchandize by his a state of things the, every man in the community holds brought l forth. Officcr3 ef the army and navy, citizens feast ; to every person attending at the PAP-popular them. On motion of' Mr. Lowan, the bill :
at of
is uocerlaimxl. If, when the circulating medium tions property, which have a mercy decided money interest making to abuse corpora their the young and old, all engaged in the contest GAUD this day,.the etimology here explained will further to continue the powers of the Judges .

: : is, tifty milliua an article should cost only one power. with equal (earnestness, and with equal gaiety and probably appear a correct one. Arkansas, was considered. and, on motion JIL

dollar, it would certainly cost two, if. without any good humor. But the imagination of Mr. Smith of S. C. postponed until
1 iacreaae of the uses of a circulating medi'ini, its quan By a course of liberal discounts and excessive issues rest. The must supply the Some thirty years ago, I assisted at similar feats in to-morrow. On motion of Mr. the
titv ti'"uld be- increased for a few followed ahooting continued one hour and half Forsyth,
1.Q one hundred miUions.'rciis .- years, by u sudden calling m a the mountainous which divides

4 rise in thoprice commodities. or depreciation of___their.\.1'WUUIQ debts__ .. and contraction__ of. their. issues, they until. nothing- remained of the poor bird, but a small France Switzerland country. and Italv Every nretender Germany, bill authorizing the heirs of Silence"EUioU C
in the value ol money as compared with them, n.t\'e. me p' wer 01 irunsierrm g me property ol piece not longer than one's hand As it diminibhed :- a ------ at-- to institute a suit or suits arainst the United (

would not be owing to the want credit in the bank their debtors to themselves, almost without limit.- in size, and the the TIRKERIK:, an abreviation for TIRAILLKRII (popping States ; and, after some debate in which t:

bll! of which the currency happened to be composed. Debts contracted when their discounts were liberal, aspirants grew more eager, the clis_ ) was bound to appear, as much as means allow Messrs. Rowan Silsbee S

It wmld' exist; though these 'bills were of undoubted and the currency of course depreciated, would be col tance was shortened, until at last each one was at ed, in full drew after fashion of the Arquebusiers I Sprague and IJayne

credit, and Convertible into specie at the pleasure of lected when their discounts were almost suspended liberty to take what station he pleased. By this time ofthe supported, and Messrs. Forayib Webster, ttt
the !Holder, and would result Dimply from the redun- and the currency of course unnaturally appreciated; the ornamrnts ofthepad-gaud XIV century, and to escort a female, dressed Kane and McKinley opposed it, the question :
d ?their It i ill aud in this the of the were transferred to the accordingly, both mounted on brilliantly caparisoned : taken
ni'-y quantity. important to a just un- way property community might hats and button holes was on ordering the bill to be engross d
derstanding of the that the pas.i under the hammer from its of the.more fortunate marks- steeds. lIe who shot mt1
subject relative depreciation rightful owners to the best was proclaimed, In and decided the of
A of bank at different the bank, for Ies than one half'its intrinsic value. men, who seldom obtained the ribband most valued negative. On motion t1d
paper places, as compared some places, King : in otberl, Knight ; his femala Mr.
_I with specie, should not lw confounded with this general utile committee have not greatly mistaken the mat- by them. A lucky, or perhaps well directed shot, decked with all the Grundy, the Senate resumed, ai the unfinished t1P
depreciation ofthe entire.mew of the circulating ter, there i i. more of history than of speculation in brought down the remaining fragment shout companion was ornaments of thePAI'EGEAI business, tho consideration of the

I medium including upecie. Tiiongh closely allied, what th. y have hvre presented to the consideration of and Mr. V- was ensued and wan called LA BELLE for the remainder bill providing for an exchange of lands with 5t

_A both in their causes and effect, they deserve to be tcparately the House.. followed a procesaion proclaimed elect king. Then ofthe year, when some other favourite succeeded such Indians in the U. States, as are willing

considered. ( Tote zmtinutd cert vctk. majesty with the bouquet to an appellation, which has been so much desired and
) in ha hand emigrate, making an appropriation to (
supported by the
ex-kings, and gre- since the time ofour good mother Eve. ,: defray the expenses of their removal beycodJer

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jijisslssippu\ llr.Vhito who wa* cntided I: Resolved, That the Senate be requested the compi tion of the Several
( suiveys. Government
b to the fl101", yielded it 10 MrSpraeue, i to make order for the appearance of the resolutions were presented by Mr. Holmes failed ; that one of them lias lately i I' The Consul of the United States at LiV

!trbo replied to the arguments Messrs. Me- said James II. Peck, to answer to Urn im calling on time President of the United Stales, sum ; but that the other is sufficient for a I erpool, takes this mOde of making it known,
and Forsyth of to-day ;j and, peachment.And for the of exceeding the ainuunt of nett postage thai letters addressed to
Kinlev: reasons removals from office, and received that office any part of the! United .
at
had concluded Mr. White took motion also of the for since the appointmentof Kingdom do not
,en"Mr. S. : on same gentleman some other purposes. The Senate spent Mr. Fitzgerald. require to be directed
the floor in reply to the various arguments it was further some time in'the consideration of Executive I have the honor to the care of any person whatever as they
which had boon urged against the bill in the I 1 I Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed business. Your obedient to be, with great respect, arc forwarded without loss of time from tho
course of the debate, and continued until a j to prepare and report to the house IN THE HOUSE. J servant, post office, the ship postage being added to
late hour ; nrheu the Senate; adjourned with- I t I the articles of impeachment. I The resolution for the appointment of a- \v. T. BARRY. the inland. He has had letters addressed to 4

out his having concluded. After the transaction of some further business Committee to superintend the public printing his care, not only to and from all parts of

IN TilE HOUSE, the house, at 5 o'clock adjourned.IN i was, after tho usual business of the early VARIETY. the kingdom, but to different places on the ':,

After the presentation of several! resolutions THE SENATE. part of the session had been disposed of, taken continent, on which, in addition to the ship i ;1 1

Mr. Archer reported, from the Committee April 26. into consideration, and discussed until The Philadelphia Saturday Bulletin observes postage, a heavy foreign one must be paid,
Affairs a bill authorizingthe The bill for the providing for an exchange the close of the hour. Several resolutions I :-So the beautiful) Frigate which has before they can I bo transmitted ; he h .* 1 1

on Foreign of an assistant. Secretary of.!, Q lands with the Indians, and their removal were submitted, among which was one presented been lying at our wanes for three years past even had them sent, to him, to be forwarded ; _J? P
appointment beyond the Mississippi, was read the third Mr. Chilton i is leave : to midshipmen in fie :1
It was read twice, and referred to a by requesting tho Presi- to us at last 1 She was built for navy on tho Brazil f
State.Committee of tho Whole on the state of the time &j>asscd. The bill from the house making dent of the United States to state to the the Mexicans, and cost 300,000 dollars ; but station, and in the Mediterranean squadron, I'n 1: ,
and ordered to be printed. Tho appropriations for the building of lighthouses House the reasons which induced him to remove t they were too poor to pay for her. The: and, in one instance: to an officer stationed

onion,then resumed tho consideration of theo h and beacons, placing buoys, .erecting oflicers holding public stations, wp to Russian government has purchased! her, and on St. Mary's rivef.\ He is therefore com' .i :
}house of Mr. Desha, fur the reduction of piers, and improvement of certain harbors the 3d of March, ISl: !9, from the highest to she will soon leave our PUI t. A more beau polled to the rsolLtion of suffering, hereafter .
resolution was taken on motion of Mr. Woodbury the lowest The tifllJpccimen of naval all such vnaufiarized !
number of offil:ers of tho army ; and Mr. up grades. yeas and nays being architecture never directions to remain f ;
the concluded t his speech against; it.- and the amendments reported by the committee l on ihe moion: of Mr. M'Dufue, taken on floated. She will brar honorable evidence in the post ofice unattended to. Let

Dravton; rule of:the House devoting :Fridays to on commerce having been explained by the considoration of this resolution, it was ne- to the f kill ar.d genius of Philadelphia work: ters to shipmasters at, or expected to arriveat i)

The the transaction of private business, was suspended Mr. Woodbury, the chairman of that committee gatived by a vote of 126 to 4S. The resolution men. Whoever may be fortunate enough to the port, will b. an exception. ;' ,;
and the case of,ihn impeachment of and agreed to as in committee of the l proposed by Mr. Coulter on thc subject command her,may indeed glory in so "tight N. Y. Ete. Post.We .

Judge Peck, was tal.euliP in a committee of whole, tile bill was reported to the Senate, j of the public printing, was called up and I a ship," and feel his heart swell and beat 1---- E-: __-- ., "

iho whole on the state of the union. Mr. when Mr. Benton, after some remarks, moved considered until the expiration of the hour within him as arc* requesed\ to announce Colonel
to liy: the bill on thc table for the The bill for JAMES\ J!
I'tttis addressed the committee in opposition pur- assigned. the punishment of He moves the monarch of her peopled deck." GADSDEN, a candidate at the
1)OSU of obtaining further information as to crimes in the district tf Columbia then next election for f k
was
to the mnasure. A prolonged discussion It is reported that Lieut. \V. \V. Rainsy; Delegate in Congress from !
itsdet i :ills. On this motion a debate ensued taken and discussed in until this .
took place upon the subject. Mr. Everett up cztenso near of the United States Navy has been Territory.
of Massachusetts, offered! an amendment, 1 i in which it was supported by Messrs. Benton ;5 o'clock, when, after various amendments I I to the command! of the, above vessel appointed and-I i 1 We fire requested to announce Colonel J
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I Forsyth Bernard Tnzewell and ban- had been proposed and debated its further I I JOS. M. WHITE
modification ,
which, with a subsequent provided that t after \'isitin.Fml1cc. and England, hcwiil a candidte at the next t
ihat, in lieu of the resolution of s iho l ford, and opposed by 2lcssrs.Vodbury, consideration! ( was, on motion of Mr.] Alexander proceed in her to Cronstadt.; electm for Delegate in Con*; -ss from this ,
committee 0:1 iho ja-Jicnry!: a resolution Holmes: Clayton, nnd Silsbec. The bill! postponed until to-niorro. Ed. Col.? Gazette. I Terl' .-Floridian fy Advocate. I, .: ,:
should be reported to the house to lio! following was: finally laid: on the table, with the con- L\ THE SENATe; : I 1-' ----- -- "
?(Twt ent of (lie chainnn: of the committee on April 28. DKXJAM1N \rRIGIIT, otTcr t I j-_
; him- "l lseli'a.
I Mr. and with the The unfavorable on the 11ll.'Uluri.l; From the Pobt'm Commercial Gazette, AprilCG.( ..., a Candidate t
Resolved, That although, on the evi- c.onimuice: Woodbury, unlurstaniing reports to represent the Cotmy :
jt'7-t' iMic '
ilence, HS it now stands, tliis house does not ( : tint it is to be taken up to-mor- of Mis. Pinkney was concurred in, and the Patriot Murder at tialrm.-The" Providence .'' of Lscaml'ici:: in the next Legislative CouicJ. : : .: f
approve of tlie conduct :of James U. Peck, row. Messrs.: Buchanan and Stoirs, men: .Il morial; refcJ red to the President of the ; of Saturday says- A man ; I' I
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Judge of tlio District Court of the United] hers of the Home of Representatives) ) : appeared United States An unsuccessful motion was was apprehended yesterday in Taunton, on I JAMIIS PENDLETON is ,
suspicion) of being the murderer of Mr.l presented to 1 : ;
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States for the District of Missouri\ in proceeding at the bar of the Senate: with a mess'120 made In \Ir. Chambers io print three thousand White the citizens Escambia: County Can- J'
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by attachment against Luke E Lawless : from that House, and in the name of copies of t the Report of the Committee ,. the Salem.) lie was in company: with I j dilate iy represent them in the ,next a : i ;
tho House of of Ways and Means the of the ; t notorious Malhonc! Brigs. lie has been lativp Legis. I [ ':
fur allwged contempt of court ; (but th.it: Representatives, and of all the on subject committed lor Council
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there is not sufficient! evidence to authorize people of the United States; impeached United States! Bank. Mr. IJolm<: res.-: The Piuvidetsco We are authorized to announce EDWARD

this house! to impeach) the slid Judge for hi 0'hinii'Iejuerinors I Jam s II. Peck,Judge of tho United States: tions calling on the Prcsidom:: of llui! United I : ..; tho jihove s: ::tl'me:1t.DailsAdvertiser will be: confirm I LIVINGSTON DRAKE, as a Candidate 'j
Court for the District of Statc.s to state his reasons for removing so as seen !'rr :
: in office. I Missouri, of high I fallowing' quotation! from that I fo represent} Estambia County in the next
The debate was continued upon the arend.1lent !''misdemeanors is i ()mC' ; whereupon! Mr. many public offices, thc reasons for each: removal ; papyr : LeuMative Council.
until a late hour. J/>. Siorrs, Tazcwell moved th it a select committee be ; ), &,t'. &c. were, on motum of Mr.jraindy 'We I'.rv ;::;!:Jrua,11ht! a man his> been npprchondeJ I r SAMUEL FRY, is a Candidate for the I
p [ la Taunton
Mr. Burgs*, J/r. !Ellsworth: and Mr.Ilum.ngtou i! appointed to consider: and n-port on the subjjeer -' ( postponed indefinitely.The un suspicion ofhav- LegishtiCounriJ, to represent the Countv 41
been
iijjl! concerned in the
; severally: addressed iho corn : when on balloting j it( ;z-ppeaj-eil, thai bill lor the relief of the Kentucky murder of Mr.Vhite ,. of E untie.-\ ..1/:. Burgos then rose, but, on mo- j! ::'iie3rs.rllizeweil! Bell]), and Webster wuro Asylum: : for the injunction of the Deaf and I \ : of Salem.) lie hI"i been; fully roiumittcd HENRY:: WILSON is a candidate : tt
ti'ja; tif Mr. M.ller, the commiiieo rose, and I :;! chosen. The Senate: ; took up the, resolution'of Dumb, and the bill to authorise the Registers' (to take M*"trial Li-i'jie thy Si.prcnie} : the County of Escambia in the, to represent !
Court
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hc Il-jnse: a; nearly 7 o'clock, adjourned. \li-. 13i.: ton, caHill; upoa liiu! Pr.'sidciit oi'tlie: several: Lad: Offices in Louisiana to CCi. Lcgislntivc: Council. ; n1

IN THE SENATE.: for his reasons tor rcmov.ng James C'-'irson; ) ) .-c certificates, to isnio p.Uents in certain: L_ : .---:..'..-':-":. '::'-=--- I r '.
April 21. from the ollice Register of il" L ind! Ollice eases!: : wcic sever.dly read a thhu t tim i :mdp.issad. L !!li w New VokAtnrican. Dlr.I -------------
Mr. Gnwly gave: notice tint ho: would, ou I IVcdnesLy !I I ii: Missouri. After some: ivm.srka: from The bill further to extend iho pcverb (; I j It is nutiitioned: .1 s :i r'l'nor! I in tin- last Ai-: cfth )-I1 this place on Thursday last, in the BC.Vorgo ,

\ unxt, call up tho resolution! re.1 1 i Messrs. McKiulcy! Ku-giif, ,II; irton, and I of the: Judges! of the Supreme Court ot I IAd i ybui |npvM[ Lb! u GoverssvGihne.! .' I has it into I I :\ > :-'. Ann year ofli$ :1;('. (; Jones Clark, son of t t J

lung to the priming) of old docnm. ::1::;. A I I Kane, the resolationvs; on motion of Mr. ;.:l1sa>, v/a: ordered to le read, a lli'id;. I| c'>nifn'i} Jli-u c.tli il' CAiii' ; ; 5t.o-I..n: ; of ilie I St.inly S.br.'f.! I d If
bill fr"m the Hotss of Representative time atni ihe. 141-4.i; I: i ti-.isc nf Ueoigi': ill oder to be ftdviaed I
*, making Kane, laid: on the t.-ible. r.aendinent: of the CcrnmiitLe': i'
provision 1ir1: and tutiiiirizing! the! Prosidetn IN THi: HOUSE. 011 tile Ju.'iici.iry, tlert.il to be engrossed -- !; of the proper c'Uoto; ; be irrsucd: relative SliPlEWS.. hI ; ij
!!(! of the Unitpsl States! tr> apjinint' tiirecConruissioner After the Uai.l: : presentation of! petitions t T\VJ letters WCI C recei\ed; from Judge Peck to the Indian lands.; Jluiuiiedsof I ad'enUlNS l- t
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to frame a code of laws for several bills, of hiI! hoed and general importance -Oiiii annouucing his intention to start for1i : \ : finm' oilier) Stales, are tf'id; to have PENSACOLA: May\ 15th.-Armed Schooner '

. the District of Columbia) was read twiceanj W reported I, or nkrs info con >,.lliijioie: v/jieie he \voud! remain a few: purchased the Cherokces the privilege ofrikfjjinglbi I Maria, Carson, New Orleans-Cargo to J. Quin, J. t t D
leferred.<<) The bill providing f fur an sideration. Mr. Po\vej fl'HU time committee (!:iysaiul then j'rlnn; : to the seat of Goveiu- gold un s' me of their lands, and I M.: Tic and the Jlastcr.'J i

exchange): of I Unds with certain I III d It irs, and! on the District of Coluinbia, reported a bill I :ifiil ; liit: other requeating that tho Senate: 'me now iniMrinusly: ('n ;jged in seathing; May J7th.- 'J I
iakingan; : appropri-ition' for their: rcmoiraibinun.i I for. tiu! election cfa ):-:C'LtC to tlc rbie:; inigi.t paC.t! : ; him in a situation: during his trial for this: ro-t t of all evil." go to I'. Albn. .'

the J/tssissippi, was: further discuss- ...0,11 t.c! Dis'.rict; wli(.1 was [('-:d IWJLC!, anil i ttI: (.: the cohientrdied r\: :; of light might not I May 19li.-Sailed, Schooner Maria\ Baker, few J
ed by 1lr.'hite.% Several amendments committed to a committee) of the whole.- impinge upon) his countenance. This he D r\DITL: EXPLOSION: Oi1 TIIK STKAM i. Orleans! 2000 bricks: by L. C. Hubbell, and a quantity t
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were propOStd &y JJ/t'j>.M:>. FrcUiti l.uyacn Air.. Sonimva, ,,, ,.<>an. tit,., : imn ,OITinilttCU. ., IC- stated to be necesiai: v to his comfort: in consequence : UOAT UHII.r JUSTICE JfAKSHALL.: ot'liidcs and peltries: by Campbell and Foster and \ I
and Sprague, and lejf1rH-d. J/r. SitifoMi! ported a oiiion Uiesubjecl- ol Hie" Urj.'iiair-;) of optic 1 debility. OJ/ice of tIle Orange I'eltgraph, II. Hyer. t I

moved: an amt'ndmp.IH! the purport of whichwas Court, in tne Districtrhich was :similarly) : ir THE Horsr.. Xi ll'burgh, 1'/ursJay nil) t, 10 o'clock. } May 20th.-Sloop Jackson, Hodges, Nantucket, I:
to authorize the President' of llie United disposed of. The resolution introduced by : The resolution upon the subject of the ballast.
States to set np.srt a portion of tho public J/r. Dcsha, from the military committee, on public printing l was passed, with an amend- To the Editor: of the veiling 1'r-t; : :------- ------ :J I

Jind; described in the bill: (or thc location of the subject reducing the number of officers ment proposed .by Mr. Dray; toil. It leads, I hasten to inferm you of.i dreadful disaster NOTICE.

Indians, whose lands may be purchased by of the army of the United States, u'is: taken as: amended, as suLjoilled.I on board; the steam lu.it Chief Justice ,a'. lid Subscribera

the Slates in which they reside. The amendment up and jasscd, after a modification ,m ulc on; I lit.stilccd( That any motion to print an Marshall! !!, xvhith occur)('dlhia; evening, about a ship, have on hand having, and entered expect into to keep co-partn .
a constant -
was opposed} by M.'* Frcclinghuysen motion: of J/r. WJKle, directing the Secretary : extra number of any document, or other emitter ,. half past 7 o'clock. Just after she had received supply of the following articles,which they offer
because the General! Government was of War to report; upon the r.xpoduMicy excepting messages of the Pre.-ident to on board her p-i en ers fom this ca the most reasonable terms, viz :_ f :
tindorno obligations to make donations of the proposed reduction. On motioa 'of Mr. both louses Congress; and thc documents (place: and lull the whrf: while about ten 40 ti llul Dag?".green Havana Cofiee, I
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J J.lnJ for such purpose. Alter having been Pettis, Judge Peck obtained leave to withdraw -. connected with, or reform cd to in it, shall yards of(], gain down, :Ijor boiler exploded! 4 ibIs- loaf Orleans and Lump Sugar, do.,

amended at the suggestion! of iIr.V ood e- thtt, documents and papers }presented be decided without debate! &c." wilh a loud noise, imiiitiliatcly followed [by 15 Chests Imperial, Gunpowder, Y. Hyson and i
ry, so as to exclude the United States from by him to the house, in relation to ihe charges ; The bill for the subscription! of stock to tire cries of the woumicd and dying. INIS- IJyson Teas, I

the expense of removing and supporting I against him, reported I hy the Coflhlnitteeon ilio Lexington; and i\laysvillo: road, was, after morons boats j.uc off diiectly Jrol1l our docks. 2 Che-sU,un,superior Canisters Imp'l and Gancowder do.in

such Indi.ins the (first ye.ir, as provided in the tho Judiciary. The bill for the appointment ) :- a long debate, ordcied to be: engrossed: time steam: boat \vas bol1: ht to the wliaif, and 20 Boxes; w.sperm Candles, 6's and '
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second eclion of the bill ; and having undergone of a Marshal for the northern diuict for a third reading this day. The remain- every* attention l :
some further: discussion, it was rejected of Alibama; was read a third time and passed cer of the billing was:: occupied iii'the COII-:: ers. Twelve! ;:ic M rioinly: scalded, and few 1 Cask eup'r winter strained sperm oif.
37 to 10. The blank was' (filled with ; and the bill from the Senate: for ti'! ieriition: : (31 tire bill reported by Mr.\ Mullary, of thesn! ; can sun i h j; About thirty in all 6 2:) Casks Bags shot, various sizes, \
live hundred thousand dollars! to carry theo removal of certain In1i.tnsr5t of the Mississippi fro.'u the Committee; on Manufactures, on the weie more or 1L' .victims of the accident. and Bacon.sides, consisting of hams, shoulder! I

:%JCCL of the [bill ill'o dl ct. I I ) was: I lead Uvi-e, and appiopiiaU'ly I subject! of impost duties. !,1r.\1'Duffie The engineer caniot: recover. Names and 2 Tierces Rice. 10 boxes Raising ''

IN THE itousi: I I referred The committee L Csi.' );iIg! ol; I spoke in opposition: to the bill ; but had: not I particulais, further 1 cannot give during the 1 bbl. Almonds, 1 do. London Mustard,

Mr.\ Craig of Virginia, reported the bill] I Messrs. Buch7 ntn: and Sorrs: of j\. Y. api I I concluded -rml1ad-------- -:--s \vhmi-- n___ tlin_n_ -!-!niitf.---- ;1L l prestMit- CIlIlt'llo.io!!.- except* to say that" "" the 10 Boxes No.F.1, Crammelia and--- C.n'-- f'hlV""tl"f_..v w....<..<
from the committee on 1 Incni: l Improvement i!, pointed! for that purpose, reported iiuit diP)' I journed.. [ ,peisi>;a,> must sl'rj">usly) hurt are chiefly! those 10 Bhb. Whiskey,5 do.N. E.. Rum,
confirming certaiii acs of the Legis- | had, in pars.irmco of the n'soltirn: of the IN THE SENATE.: ; belonging: I to the steam boat. No carclcss- 5 Bbb.! American Anchor Gin,
lature of Virginia; rel,tting to the Ohio and I house, impcaclied! Ju.lge Peck before; the April 30. j'! ness is imputed 1 to any person. In haste, 6 Bbls. Newark Cider, .
Chesapeake Caml Company.; Mr. De-' I Senate. After thDo! transaction of some fur The Vice President communicated the following !yours, &;C. 6 1 Cask Bbls London Brown Stout,

sha's resolution for the reduction of the number ther business! limo bill reported by Mr. ..LU.Il letter from the Postmasier; General ; C. U. CUSIIMAN. 20 Kegs5Richmond superfiaf Flour chewing, 8 do Tobacco fine do.

of officers of the anny: was again taken l lary from the committee on manufactures on which was read and ordered to be printed.: Extract of a liilcr to her Captain, dated 5 2 Boxes: do. Cavendish in small plugs.,

up and Mr. Johnson of Tennessee addressed the subject of duties on imports, wis: taken I Post Office Dep the house until nearly the Conclusion of, up in a committee of the whole on the state: i 28/A April, 18JO. } last ::7'Cili'g at S (fi Icek. Boxes 10W Havana common Cigars do. 20,000 Melee dt.

the hour. Mr. Spencer of Now York arose, of the Union Mr. Polk in the chiir.: Air.McDuflie I To tho Hoooralile John C. Cullioun! "I: have: the) unpleasant duty to perform Iron and steel in bars, Plough Mould?, and a general
but resumed his seat on the announcementto addressed the committee in oppo- I! Vice I'residcnt ot the United States: to say that shortly after leaving the dock for assortment ofUARfl AflE.

this effect from the Speaker. The question sition to the measure, and move l to strikeOut ; SIR : In obedience to a resolution of the New York, at this place, about 7 o'clock, A choice -ALSO-

of Judge Peck's impeachment, beingthe the whole] of the bill after the first section Senate of the United States, requiring me to the whole front of our bailer blew out with a collection Liquors and __

unfinished business of the prior lay, was which prcvided for the verification of report ** whether John Fitzgerald, who was most tremendous explosion. 10 persons arc Wines, viz : .
then taken up in committee of the whole, on invoices of woollen goods, imported into the appointed Postmaster at Pensacola, since badly scald d, 3 or 4 so much so, that their 1 Pipe superior Cogniac Brandy, _

the state of the Union. Mr. Burgcs opposed United States, in order for the more eflcc- the 1m; March, 1829, and lately removed, lives arc despaired uf: The cause at present I 1 .Cal do Holland: Gin, 1 puncheon /am. RKEJ, I. __ __

the resolution of the committee on the tual prevention of frauds upon thc revenue. ia a defaulter, and to what amount, and whether we know nut, but can: say the steam was very I: do. London Sicily particular Madeira, Teneriffe Claret. I
Judiciary, and was followed by Mr. Wick- He had not concluded his remarks upon the his sureies are solvent," I have the honor low, and the boiler well supplied with water TIlE subscribers have lately received a new, &c.- _
lifle! in favor of it. The amendment of Jr.Evcte'tt subject, when the committee proceeded to to report : at the time, the gauge: cocks A'ere tried of Boots, Brogand, Shoes and Pumps-Gentle supply -

was negatived: without a division ; the consideration of tho bill for a subscription -I 1. That John Fitzgerald entered upon the while landing and the steam. blowing off; alls men's W,-ol.fine do. &c.Beaver&c.Hats&c., of the latest fashion, 2 cases

and tha: original resolution! was adopted by of stock on the part of the United States : duties of Postmaster ut Pensucola] on the 9th ; cm fllsic Now in store, and will be sold low for cash to clos
the committee, by a vote of ayes 113, noes' to tho J/aysville Canal (Kentucky,) and afterwards -' ; day ofOuly, 1829, and was removrd on the The following persons are most injured: a concern. one complete! Dining Sett Uvarpeof
not counted. The committee then rose took up the bill fixing the compen-' i first day of April instant: ; that the balances: Mr. Volant, engineer, badly ; Js. Williams: ; ,i 7 Ware dozen, with a general Chairs.assortment, Crockery. Also
and reported ; and the house concurred in sation of certain United StacsJu ges. After -' against him, according to the accounts rendered Pey! Moore, Brandell, liiemen, do ; T. i Fancy FINLAY
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the resolution upon a division by yeas and some further discussion: the committee amount to 655 dollars and 73 cents, Dimond, cook, do ; James Capidy, badly ; Pensacola, May 21st, 1830.-ifTor GATES:
nays, by a vote of123 to 49. The house rose, and the house at 5 o'clock adjourned.IN ; for a part of which a draft has been issued, Cole; Dason, not so bad. Two pas- I T
therefore voted for the impeachment. THE SENATE. I and the residue he haS'" been directed to deposit sengers,jnc very badly] and the other slight- Thttadclplua
The following resolutions upon this sub- April 27. in Mobile, Alabama ; that it does not ly. I Ijnppened to be standing in the most ,

ject, were then adopted. On motion of. Mi. Mr. Naudain presented the petition of Joseph appear that he is a defaulter in any other exposed situation,-bul received no injury of LN THE BRIGZ BZffSja.CQ&A., .
Buchanan it was. S. Cannon, late Midshipman in the U. !II manner than in failing to transmit the quarterly con' eq'cllce. I am doing all I can for the possible Richard Spear master, will Mil with all' _
Rcsolced, That a committee be appointed S. Navy.-.,il\fr. Tazewell, from the Select !' returns of the ofliee for the two last I comfort of the distressed. One of the standpipes I passage,despatch having gcod, for accommodations light' freight<< of
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to go to the Senate, and at the bar thereof Committee, to which had been referred tho 1] quarters, on account of which failure, prose- : was Jriven through the buttom of the apply! to Capt. Spear on board,or to.
in the name of the House of Representatives "message of the House of Representatives I tion on his bond has been ordered. Boat. I hauled her on the flats below the J. C. &C. C. &EYSER.
and of all the people of the United I demanding the impeachment Judge Peck, 2. That the sureties of Mr. Fitzgeraldwere dock.* May 15th, 1830-2t. _

States, to impeach James II. Peck, Jiulge of made a report. Mr. Tazewell made an un- agreeably to thelong standing regulation ] Thj Chief Justice Marshall underwent a .
the District Court of the United "States for favprable report on tho memorial of Mrs. of tho Department, certified to be sufficient thrormigh repair last winter, and was fur- NOTICE. .

the District of Missouri, of high misdemeanors Pinkney. Mr. Sanford presented the petition by a Magistrate of the Territory of nished with a new engine of increased power $4Jk ftHE- Subscriber pabiicly notifies alt prrs.nr

in office L and to acquaint the Senate t of Mrs. Hayden, wife of Major Hayden. Florida, who was also Mayor of the city of 01 the low pressure principle, and had a 01 a ceriainharf Ihat he is tl.e aoltf'arid opiielor Carpenters'and Shop lawful lit'iuted,owner '
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that the House of Representatives .vill, in I Mr. Woodbury: Trom the Committee on Pensacola.: strong copper boiler. She was commandedby near thp mouth or Bayou Mulatto lo etiwi1 4iih all
due time, exhibit particular articles of impeachment Commerce, to which had been referred two It has since been represented to the Department Captain Ford, an experienced and care- the building material* in said Shop and an un-

against him, and mako good the letters from the Chief Engineer, relating to that those sureties are insolvent. ful officer, and believed to be as safe a boatas finuhed. all vessel Fjf iog at said Wh rt*. Aud he hereb/ _
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same.The the survey of the river Wabash, presented on I Inquiry has been made on this point, and aay th.t runs on the North River. How, Gardner or peroi any other agaiiu't individual linylog or from&.beabore. John
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committee in question was proposed II.I Monday last, by Mr. Hendricks, reported I the information obtained from highly respec- therefore,to account for the accident, appears mentioned property.Jeremiah.
consist of two m mbcrs. On motion of that no appropriation could bo made for improving table sources is, that the bondsmen were at difficult As yet we have heard nothing but R. H. Smith _
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un. Stom it wcss I tho navigation of said rivet before t the date of the bond ample security to tho conjecture-: X1i1 lat, 1830-6-31. _
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11 :i JP' s- : treasury. An army of 10,000 men has Superior Court Escambia County CLOTHING N erection for &

.. beed raised, whfch is now on the Tachira, A of Pen"eola, wTKjtf ,rmen for the C

IV ike Pcu M Gazelle.i to resist any attempt at invasion, on the part Pensacola, April 2tht 1830. HATS, BOOTS, AND SHOES. Secretary of the Board of AMera;at ,tbe the o1fi f 5
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,i 4' Tis bard Urith plenty in the street, of the Tyrant ; of this force, Gen. Marinais John Innerarity Compl't 3. O'NEILL day and of June next. Poll to OpeD at 9 o'elock! tint A.Mo'M'
And !I. close at ti o'clock P M.
ptenlj pawing by. cO unan er-in-chicf, assisted by Generals William Bai nett, Thomas HAS just received a hionable allor.meAt ol r, JOHN

NO. I. Menagas and Mazero. General Gomcz has Barnett, Darnel ii. Burch, j and Spring JOHN BRO CAMPBELL 1/ Comml'r"
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t' t toisX i had a hufebaid, been ordered to the command of Maracaibo, Timothy Twitchell, BenIN, CHANCERY.: rLf( }) j JUrI ,1LLIAM A. BELL of
Tin 'tis mills jamin Journagan, and the Election.:
: i; sure nvt : and the Battalion Bojaca, which JHvntiito
.. unknown heirs or legal re- which he ofierg for sale low fwr CH.h, ; FOR -
SALE
That turn'l.rsweet sixteen ,
one just sent to attack Marcaibo, has passed over ious lueseutativels of 1 J. j ,
nos.!;
.f' : Should breathe a wish like this. without firing a shot. WycLe,deceased! Def'ts. AMONG WHICH ARE; .4 FIRST rate Barge 23 88-95 sons, bn ,,0 C
: But aunt, a maiden lady Black, blue, biown and olive dress and trock supei .lJi. necuh Cotmtj of the test materials *
these Bolivar assembled ,
my "During events IllS the 1 length
c-I day came complainant 11Y his ci'nincI! fine cloth 63 ftet bread,! J 15 feet 4 inchf'J
i r Reproves me all d y )lonp, his Congress in Bogota, and for the sixth i 21} on motion, and it apfwaring to the court, that r nche, will be .old J lw for cash ,or depth! 2 (? *

;i. WheueV I dare to talk of love, time played his admired farce of resignation,. the defendants William Barnett, Thomas Darnett, : COATS & AJNTTALOCNS.: note, apply to An aPPK>'e4VANBAUN

Daniel E. Burch, and the unknown heirs or lecal! representative Bang cord, cassincl, ,1-iling! and circaibiaii do .
:P. Or ch uut a lover' 4W1g, which, of.course, was not accepted The of 'Tho Wyche, dec'd. reside beyond I up & WILSON.

,01'!) i I aflfairs of Venezuela were immediately discussed the limits of this Territory. It is therefore ordered VESTS, : A I'BESBSvrPI.1r "*

:i.: She nays the wicked creatures, i and Bolivar was authorized, at all .I that unless they appear here on or beiine the plain black and figuied silk velvt-i, VHlentin, toil Fashionable SUMMER

'10- (:Meaning handsome beaux,) events, to preserve the integrity of territory ; first Monday September next, and answer the romplainaut'a iut: fancy and plain silk, blue arid black clutliViih ) OF arrived and for tale by CLOThING the Jilt
bill complaint filed herein, the ame will \ a vaiktv ofROUND : Underiiglltd
1 Should e'er be shunn'4 by Hashful gill'l!' but previously If) adopting coercive measures
,t be taken for confessed against them, and the matters CONSISTING OP
i1 }Vho hope for swee1 repose. a committee was appointed[ composed of thereofdecreed nccort1iu ly. JACKETS, Black, Brown and Green Bombazeen

,,; I don't believe her docrine General Sucre, the bishop of Santa Martha And it is further ordered that a copy of this order he Fine frilkd and plain Irish liumSHIB.'IlS Coatees and Frock Coats

Else! why is she PO- sid T and Garcia: del Rio,* to treat with Paez for : published in some authorized newspaper in the Jis- : l j Angola, Circassian, and French ,
Uict, once: a week for four mouths succest>i\vly. Linen do. ,
then cursed; ill latureJ, !, ation. Soon this intelli- ; Variety of 'titl. ,
; A, ': And so I an uccommo as A true copy, duck, clif ck, cotton a Inl flannel t'o.'

., It almost drives one nad. j, gcnce reached Paez, an order was issued to Test", :J ACEETS.Fine

prohibit the entry of the committee into the GEO. T. BALTZELL, Cl'k S. C. E. C. DRAWERS.Ulack .

walk last Sniday, Venezuelan and General Marino A. GORDON So1' '. I Italian silk t'HAVpTS.. plain, and frilled linen shirts
I went to territory, I .
-- Ian
I "--- cravats and stocks
plain and fancy do. ; silk pocket liarrtkViJJ
4 A beau was at mysi'Jc, Mirtm Tobart and A nJr, <'s :\ar'artcrecl' Hugh Casety, Comjilainaiit, 1 Silk Il.n>dkrtcliiHs. ( !kii ,. lJosiry, striped Snspt'iHitis silk and cotton Hosiery ; black horae-skin "&

; t And oh I felt so nngely, nominated to proceed to the lines and inform CS. > I.v CHA.NCERV. I Hats nnJ Caps(: and linen gloves ; silk, cotton mul worsted, Bet;;

p '\ I may not dam deribe.I \ the Committee, that the acknowledgment of Allen' tLe..iA, Dcf ts. ) I \\Vith Domestic ant! ./'."vr Goods. lenders ; bhck.wbile: and seal hltt., Of fine qUIt-'"i"!

But I know that I was happy the independence! ] Venezuela must be the .|] T appi'aring to tile Court that the Prfrnriants arc I 1"'IIacol Ff.t.ruaiy, 7. I J26": 4-rf. es, nail latest fashion, with a general SUpply 01
would I *- not re :,lcllts of this District, and they bavin' BOOTS -
Altho' fliy aunt say, basis of any treaty, together with a disavowal(
failed to :3-is.wer the bill of complaint in this caj-e! -it
.4 It was-i dangerous feeling, of Bolivar's authority ; and that Congress is therefore ordered, that miles* the said Defendants, \\\"e 4t t\ \\r\cU \n1teY5. 4 2tDSHOES

; V'hich girls should! chase away. alone, in which the sovereign authority resided appear here on or before' the second ;Monday: : in JIUHJ J e (illK: Market for n..i!"' s ;.t M. Kosa Island; will be 411

was the only channel through which any next, and answer the complainant's bill herein, the -;_ "lo"cl l on tl\;" ;iht Maicb. \r\\\\ itutead of 31.! will be taken for confessed Decen.l.er/ lri:>!, 'tated ir. sinner advertisement
same apiinst.them, and i (as i :\ ) J. O'Neill.
But time I think woiks changes, cauld be effected.
stipulations
4 or agreement "the matters thereof decreed ac ('ordin ly. And it i is : une-! '' tin siipj.ly re'pjisfi1 .'l.ul! 'a\e been previously
? \Vitb maids nameless year, "Such is the state of this country. Pnblir further ordered that a copy of this order be published! I; (ddircI! Pensacola! May 12th, 1829. -14tr.

;_' They; get so odd, fa,,'idious, fpirit' is at its height ; we have a powerful! in ,some public new.-plppr of this District for four AVin. II. Chase, I J. r

Mistrustful, full of fears. enthusiasm and the sacred of month) successive; once a week.A :. ALBRIGHT'S
fe i : army, cause! faun tl.e minutes. ( cjt.; Ccrps of Ln glitters.St. I

I1 av'n grant a kinder fate to me, liberty on our side, and we fear nothing." true copy S. BRYAN, CLrk. Ro"a Mand, :May 7, ItfsO-U-tf. COLUMBIAN SYRUP.

.
Than to swell' the single throng, W. I D. -- ---- -- -- REMEDY tvhichhas I
:Mariana, Jack 1n County, F. A proved itself superior to
I I wish husband March' 211th() JATO.: City Taxes.n ; Swim's of the Tanacciis
,
p own :! a This pet/itlomnn/ r?-.if1I'.l for some time in Pari"llll orany for tl.e cure
And surely 'tis: not wrong. : there comiiiKiired the scheme of monarchy. Thou. Rnltzell. Comfl'N Attorney. i,.!i of the following diseases, viz :
I II ''f'hortly after his return to Bogota he published rir B'*c.\ (.If ASP.SSMr.XT!: ; ofCity Taxc> NHC'IlOSIb: (affection of 'the bones,) KING'S

?amphlct in favor monarchy, and selected: Bolivar Territory of F'lo rida. li.is b .en rl":11: tied to the Olhre of the Secretaryof EVIL (or SCROFULA) Wiiiri SWELLING ;
love to read new novel*; :%; King. tii*' Board 0''It!. rurin, andnill "ein.iin; open) for I CA? CEnuUS. Hlltl iiivrtriare ULCERS-;

And my aunt likes them too, Western Iistrict'Snpcrior Court, EscambiaCounty. the iti-j't!: :rtir.n. 01 ail. per''oiis intft:;ted for two weeks LIVER and BILIOUS COMPLAINTS} ;
t A I pfntlernan well known for hi* firm aJIIf'rct: from this date. May tf, I?'.?!). RHEUM ATlCaflvcti ons thethtad & : : !
: To herelfhe takts the Iloue, SYSTEM:: ::
1 r:> ';it' liberty of hn lioSivarlJ" .
: country :jirn.srrilyd: by lIllllCI l Fr. giiii'riflv
And leaves me Don levcrr..nc, : r\\\is {'ifortin this ('ilI'! :;'. )ho IKK: acriiiffd\ : his for-j Pensacola, April Ifith, 1 3isilrev :). : ULCERS' of the MOUTH and TIJROUS -.

Oh with ail she is a kind .oul, {'tnl'udVa... hallioh: l from Yr.'ii'/ir'h! : he! i j.*. Oll "ri \I, P. S"mp-cn: & John A "impon! : 10-t f. Set;ictai'y.N4)TIcE. : \ JIULIS, .ud all other diseases! arishig in jU

To pie to me the i ot, t: the (fi.\\r menhi has nut, Leon tuiM.-tkm I in tjll\-I ::.ilni'r-. oi J jim bimiis.;n dec'tl alld John 1 improper use of MERCURY.

1':11-: : ,'hlrr"I.: : :::1.1 ,.iow..: ,, {-'j.le",, l : I As Hgcnt'inldepuiaiite! article
I 5TL or cleanser of
o'er 1ot" the
tiroMsis a ,
And
I- save mv : -.:":"'" -.:. ... .
.11 i ==
: I - lilood.! thi! rpinrdv
t. I! possesses invaluable
I Powers-
4-1"! 10;uys> \\ oulJ bcjkm)' rest.V IV; '.rermory of 10nda. ., siurii. i The nnJ\1t"'IlI.irs! or rCre.ctilatis; : e-* of J-I ..> r_h__l I impinvcs the i1ppelile, and (hItS Also the reniarknbfecfUct I;

I.' T'Miinas'! ; J. \\\fle. decoaed.: J) :: I 11 1 IK i: h-i-J !.ltetl and I 1 of the :
!; lii'tnct: Superior; Court: t City oi -h. t'ii'-1'r-igiivi1; IM-.I-J ;ippointed .t"prhiJlg skin of il II at yellow //iio| |
I'mery Ji'n.l 1 of d.1cra'gIfll'Mtl > I j.1 : ; : tie: comp r linauts by tii-'ir ('on!} I'1. ADAM GORDON Esq. tint, \\hich i is 30 Cuuimon in biliou* constitiiiions.
'
( j } (\\S'lt'Hla. fi. o.i Illipi'I'.fl. aJlfltt l appearing to the -ab.filctilJn: .,1'i iI J. ALBRIGHT

c..u'J wVr\vjth4aai7t I: 4 I th'* ('()tiI'i by, : lidt\it! 1ib1| that! tin unknown l j.;gal; I I i fit Law !-'ii itatleiph a.

I ; & TJi p"li..JII'.t) 5 iviw.: \'lH"l :to: iisg 1 'JJ.'d.'lf.'Hla//' Drct-mhr 1829. j lii r-f or Wpf("- r; !ives; of Thomas J. \\'.\ clit' di'r : Aliorury The prnpiietor, in oflVring lis: "Coi-CMBut;

T *1 lie }h'Mi'H'of my flal'11.: WlUhll! i .\. Udl. (jul.-half '! ,':..cil. are not i i'l'i! "! .ibit.tiiH of this Territory. I It i" i AN: ; !) S\UCPM lo the public, fto'iiiidics:: few of the metrein.ukalilc -

I ahvab's4JLCe! Cotillion; j of J.lII.a f5raatii, J'iiHTi'V''onli-n i; : .,il. tit! ui.lt s they' aj.jjear :licre' ('II urI CUll, perlOI inei >Ity lie same, in u.rj.11:01W ,
c.S. I F.Ms: I
: P.\KM\.vrr.Ti J"
ard.ttu 1
VS.lii } In Chancery.And I !b. ::tn le! lir-t "*!!i'i.:iy! fir) XCI\ CIIIIH'r i IU.\t and a- : : ::: Ag-vnts ; ol its Mipriior ,('mt'tli.111'u" ers, him.
Tor nr aunt won't: let JU(' try, J : D.uis; (;;ahri1! Tu.ir, J I ::0'I I r.wr.iaij/l.in.i: li'eil': 'I!lu-reiu. the I pl.ce. i l"y prcialie! persons irsiiiiug in lilUTfut asgitcn

The mazes!: fr the! jritKUrItz! : J uid r.ltn:! I'ostor. I I .I"U fur t.n .f'e-s.f!, auJ the muiiet tlr'vI' uetrceducouliu I I W. I Nnsull! ; Hunt.i I J of the Uoiietl( States as a jusl merit due: to parts the [

Tiie cau-e I i kio\v! uytuhy. i, ly. I same, SIR wtll as bf'anS'the mrans o<
to U'eiJueMi.iy: the ninth i .- '
not WHo on f J' ";;*;: .n .I. l-t l't'I'rnz!ry, I.--: ';--0-CmT coiivevtiij Itslifir
I And! it i ifmtl er on'ei.'il that a of tYi* order .. fellow crtriuiM-i who are sin S.uh dl.! .. ui-LfC. ;nber. ill I the \ -arof o'ir Loidono; copy -- --- ----- and
be piihh: }hedin; i Mum! .iulli'>ri/.ed .riiitc =VT spri-dy cfiettual remedy are. that
| nevv-i.i.er.; | <
1 cl ]i J\\. .I |
,. ltlis3)tio : on poetry "h.llid hii>idr! d !
; i\.ln $ : DM) I nine rsofK'.e. medicines tliu
twemv ;' in I t'li!" I littrici i'ibie.-ad:: one*; a week for tour iii')nthi> many nre at time distributed uooul
Yet aunt won't let me read, ,JPJJt,;IJS beite i the Sujiciiur:; Court of West 1 successively.:! : I I the country, held forth (Q cine dr;:'eases, npmI
wIV i I rs 1 Til! "-Tripr; i its'i-ii'N: kavig: this (place, ; for theI i which have
The mast* r spoils of Hynw.T ; Fioiida l ; m ( i1nc'fY !setting, I tl.e said. ComI A trii..;. ",'l'Y. JS. I tney not the slightest influence, some
To inn.-t.il e\ce'd. TC.-IC, c;1:0.: F'. T;.\ i.T/ELL: I I ivtrthm the bf'.tifM.iy t nt-xt ; -uil ono mure of whiili i.'ley ba l tried previous! to the use of thes.r1p
ran the
plain.ml:. ; \ it i'l1)i pp(:s.iUj{ io Court l liuli CM. .';. c. /r. I). r. I! requo.-t all J 'r-':::> m:. I lucd I Jt> the laic tinu ofi1uit us Wit) bt && L1& \1..1 heir own Aite&fntons.!

i At lea-t t'lp' critirki. s.iy wi, i ih.it the I said Louisa I iiiciiiam claims to Itf >-. .\. COKOOV.S'V.. i: ; j(L c..ro.; ( ales 1 Tlie inftlici.e! i is Mhi nlreputed by some of the

: And (cert they are right, t fifo \v.jnriii: \ rolour? ;atd' that she lias bm. --- --_._-,- 1'1') Sir.IItIIS for the cure of various diseases thaI r.I .

But aunt adftTt"riOlle J.ittlcj"O'l: ) ,. eriOcitisiy!: ca'Jod ICliz'i J .111('. and sta's; t't-it', \ I rul tiatli;,1k Urimt4/ y, Complainant, ? or to f lis"1; )! !!f., f" hl-P itrtn-s -tco'iunts: have hecotiMJdiif I ihe propripfoi's.. own knowledge, ten gcnllrinen ef
) to mali liito nient. lhn'ho .1.!
tl.o
; !I11U) ; tia> r 4>.1..1 fnwlly wric inlnce.J Iu
And him all the iiht.; I r.s. > IVi'icy !! CJJn.: UH.( fly it lit dj-
I. scans slip.'i 1S brought t u) i'f'USJtuh: by the *n\ti\ i Defendant. Sra j not a' :iIl til'lI-I'n': of lhi: notire, mu>t not com- eases! to which tlu-y tliciiurhes bad bren Subjeri
!! .101. l Davis a.i that sin bom I Brnuley j plain j i!''.!;py fud l tiwir arcusnts in the hands of ani and fonucjn.n! benefit from its ,
: ( i! ; ; ur.is j in Ca.nItti : : HlS:; dn\: eM'iH'' t1lf! > cornplainaut ,by his C 0111,1: use ; one JlfttliCJt.lady. .
:k: Yet wuli I hul: a hu-haivJ; 1!I ii: iljy:: S\e: ol :South I !
Ih.i'e to live :.i1lIc.1 I ]i nj is-id {bv t the, l lltv. L.ac: Smith(h '* ho now n>- of Ci:!llrll"< t'. :-\c"'art.\! that the defendant: r..idl out.i. Far.uicl Gates.I was threatened bj a sivere attack ()f livercompUioi ..
wlich
V For !!iti ':suUll.; am !ft""r lorn', % :: ; j -.1 l Ute Di-trict and! Territory, and ba; > in>t ..msvred j I I I,t'::':ani.I .,larc J I ]:5, KJOif.::; ) : had pifvionsly resisted his own treat
i ? !j.J<" < l Pearl 1M; ', .uid it also I
j : > .11 ( ; auj.x'Jti I IMI.' meEt, WitS in the course of a few weeks
li.i" It i is
t'n- !'liil! ofc );III'} lint tiled in cau-e. tlierebi"o'Heie : restored
,\r.th h'T.rt., w. c-ill our own, ;:;,: I litv i slid: Jo; u l D-i\is is not) lonnd; \\ ithintliia ,, !l. t.-.at; .I miles" !>aid defend' / iit! app'arherr.n :" to the erjoni 'iit of pci feet health,

; I sj'A pcili'io At >' ;:>(o fively, I .. J.Msiticf: : :aue l 'Js-it: t i he, sai-.l; i (J ibriel I '1'iitiiIl(1 ,> ui t iictoii; ilie: "M-i-rtiid Moii/luy' of June next amii.iw1. ,. Notice. The acton-its hit-It havp bppu received fiom

t k 4 t' And t'; ; coouViun 1 J' I fclijyii loies i c.iini! .", : tc! ',). !;.! mi's! )bill I I heiein, tlie. imu :-!iall ,, agents IH dilfei I cut parls of the Union: speakinp
"> ; Niii-ieit; ; I I in ihim'iMvi i t I.L i"IIt-u'll! i the PENSACOLAiAZE1'l.l !
:.Arsons 10 j good efletts ioduccd \
Iho
for all si'1lr; : !11t iniven for eonfe .1! ;a;!aiu-t her, and the matters tlhe | 1.1 syrup, arc suff-
,
Yct feeling 0110''' : : it i is idcTi i (hat I j public i notice he li! reiu decreed aceor
t I bai th'u'.c: an J speak! like ibei'i. !I II pit!.<:licd! I in iln 1'1 1acul.l! ; Gazette! once .1.1Aerk i it i i-l: fniti.er 'ir.l'rP(1 tluita! copy ofthi: nnd tUo ';J \1 iiisii and iolj Vriiiiiug, a'.c rtquesied: make.Innuiry I I ioi\iurds| of two bundled pages to enuntiale tHI :

I u1.l.Ev: : n. I for the sjiHce .if i two moiiths! I I i citing ami.iiltnoniiliin !foreiroinu,: .It"dl'r.ItI'! ;i.t!,l'4;: '!IP..| rn onisie nKWSjKijicr of''. I imtllt'tliall'pa} ne.lt. I thi- cures I
_. -- r i I 13th, 1 tiin.I : The do es! of the *' Columbian .
Syrup
:- -- -- I lllf sa, i John D.ivis and ail tlii.s: Di.stiji't: onee a iiiiiLtJi: for four montiusuccusMvu: I arrjudicionsly -
From the X.tti-irial d-t:ittc. j proportioned, AIHJ adaj.Kd lo the and .
I IT i I '. age ;:
I other in<> i iuJeie-Aed/ or claiming !.e 1) I I FIt--SALE. sieiglb( of the human
; : \\ e offer the follu\vin arrMunt of })I't- peio to A trim from the! miriu1t'M. { system. Jt is so jieifecll/
.. : 're--tcd in the said j l-ouivv Biairim, alias copy | I innocent, that no evil efects need be
npprehendtd
in Yenev.uch I ; I t
ccedings anil(} prospects aswite S. BRYAN, Clerk. \; TnT: "(1'lwm Cl1\.RXeS: : :: ANDr1i.I. from it, when taken
( authentic! ,-fiotn H sun: rc whicli we IClix! I Jane, tl) 1 l-o !-\d ajn-'r| ; before tot .M.-iriiai.J-u-k-in: : ( o'intvV.. 1>. I'.. I 'lbe now, his! nt: ')Ir. John! ( :iidivr It be given without agreeably to the direction
Court at t tie tlicri'ol be" M.irdiJntii:!; Jw:5': !). I :A.ulaiu atdesd i is about may any apprehension la the
hive: hitherto found worthy of full reliance j next I titriu i to I.olden: I Shipird: Uayou > most teiulei: infant or feeble adult.
,
I Tio! :,. lialtzoll, Complt's' rnl'.v. buril-fii. 'I'iie IIa I iII!! to I b, old :
orl.rt.htT
at t the Court, !House in tV- City of I'ftisscola i ]i itt 0t-iis! separate
for the I Ire .
It throws light: enough intelligent: I MEDICAL RECOMMENDATORY: NOTICE.
.Ilit. authors s.iiU ai.d
4'I II ) \\iii j! t cr -: rigging,
ider. I ut) the first; :Mon.lay of }May uext I, to inter-i NOTI JE. a l 17ir f in\f:torv t-f f'iniitiirc. Having lecoiiiniended the use of J. AlbrihgCi"COLUMBIAN

l. 14, Extract of a letter dittul: Caracas March I ;paw I heir) ('I liini, t tn i tht .- \id( colouu-d) i u'uiiiai: ), { I ;; ALSO' : SYKVI.'*. in my o \ti pl vale prnctic
and to ausu'cr to the (bill iif hcteinA i '-1 IX Wt,01' ;af.erilatr, (a '''lite Af the largest; rr.!- for nearly Hvo pits i, and having witnessed its de
I
'27th, 1330.iCOur Iib,.l. complaint' i: J.:7: ih'Jur-i. ) I shall apply to the Hon. Jud e of \\\v\ \ The! S'JI1P! I'H1tBJJ:!: abOUt HO tons burthen tided tfi'nacy in many cases which had) previous,

p-lit'cal existence! as an independ CoinUCouiJ. Jackson; County I for lttter of Adj j wrll I h1Io\\ II i Iii r.r'! i'rck: Irid.'ehl f found with raau'iiors irsisted I li'e usual! I remedies. I now with n.u
en' ( .}vernir'nt i j' nn: loader' ;jirjhlcnrtlic.il; I t It uc copy from the rt.'or.t; IlIini.*:r::ti'b, Of) the estate of .Seth S. ;iii'1un; \l. !hltl! !, ; ; and :'o!I.ip furniture. This ves-el:; \\ aj I give my li-Ktiitiony ill its fi.\lwrltud will quote
I
I t'et: "l'I. iJ..Ii'1II t the bay of'I.I 'li'f' oi' the best of nuteiiuhiand !: I I a f w of the most lemaikalde cures peifuimid L/
and/ Venezuela: c :III }proudly! boHt; lh.it thr-j W. Iltsoll Hunt, THOMAS OIIMAN. (" irrie- aboUt }1'J.I '> bricks.T I I: the same which came under my notice.

[, sacrifices she li-'js: made! since; thy year l S lO.1 Cl" 3lpr. Court. U r'st Florll.i. \V.'bl'li'ril: ; ?'ti.! ]f ]Q._ \;:H ."-iii-..t risfiii'i1.! .\('.. ('#11 br. ?eenat ihe! ".nrerisore. I:I Mr.' John Hmtkle's son, ALington' : township
towards heremancipHiion !'N' and if nut soul! with the \e:,sel, they will :
wore nut only! dhectfd : ( : ,, Montgomery comity, I'a. of uttPratiwn ofihe mnuA
.'
.. fioin the yoko of Spun, hut were AT CJI.uJluno: Co Jilt)' C'Hh'i Johaaihau; Bmntley. Conipl't. >application|CHANCEKT for Di-on.; l 1'i, iolJ iu luts to suit 1'lIrchaserq. I land I I 11i-oa I. and v.olrut iifi;,mninsicn of the eyes

County of Ksc".mhii:: : ) : Ap/jl7 1 I8.SO.: f rs. i N. IL Allen j I i the, diseISP had! dr.v'rovid: the! soft harts of le11.aoitt
j likewise; levelled against tyranny :ind 1 (hsSUt-; ) Nancy Brantley: Deft. ) \orce. j Hiidioofof
the it laid
month that
bare
t isn; by whomsoever! they may have: been 4 UDKUJCO i: l ; :l Th.it; tlufollowing' por- T appeaijpg ki the saL :-fat tion of Court. that the Agent for Edward I. Drown, an I j ihe honrs and mtteiii! : way into the nose.-Mi*.

exercised. We have made; great progress insuppott '-9 sons be appointed; Managers of an dL-iendant resides: : out ;.t taxi Territory is tlH'rt'-/ Thomas Jtjft'rstiii ];rOlrn. :\I.y. IVtcrson oj WiliMingtoti' Drl of cotifirmtdScruluia

r .1 d. ) of the sicred cause of liberty, and Election, to he) held on the !first Monday ol fore. ordered! that thiN suit be .et for bearing / __T'rr.a'olat! ;; April *it-fL-tf.) i under which she laboured nearly thtr
of this Court.
next term
June for thc choice of years. She bad extensive scrofulous tilceratiaa
next two to
I we will defend this blessing, even at the sacrifice persons It i, further ordered that a of this order be published -
::- : ropy Notice to Brick on the left side of the neck down to her breast ; t <
represent the county Hf Mscamhia, in the authorised
-t-t of our lives. imome: one of the newspapers for breast very am/:h enlarged ; bor left arm swollc

u "When the Act of 26th IV.Vas celebrated next legislative i Council for tliis Territory.At three mouths successively.j7A TilT and useless, and her head on 4he affected side rt

in Caracas, by which it was agreed tn the Court House, in I' /1Sal1la : true copy from the Ul uutC'.*. ..u III jkers. dining on the shoulder, and violent pain in hecsystem.

erect the! ancient Department of Vene7.i.i! : John Jerrison jr., Joseph .onifay, John Mariana, Jackson County, W.S.D.BRYAN 1'. | ClcrJ. ..affection. General Thomas Snyn'er, of Rheumatic t/
'A. Deblois. A Market trill Ic opened at St. Rosa of the head, followed by an obstruction
,,4t. :J into an iniVjpcndcnt popular, representative I March 20th( 1H30": the nosll ils ; severe pain in the upper jaw, extend

i and responsible state, and the authority of At the House of Peter Uturgr, Navy Tho Balt/.ell, Couipl'ts.. Attorney. Island in uhich lug from the nose! over the cheek bones; the cnftll
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Gen. Bolivar disavowed communications Yard :- exhibiting high state of iuOuuI a lion.-Mr. Vs
vas ,
; ; 7 8,000,000Of.BRICIS lenline' Borne' of ulceration of the left nostril oVulrticlion
Jeremiah Ingraham Thoma? Commyns Samuel Gates or ,
: hnd: been currying: on for upwards of of the same ; Iou of smell, difficultf
five months with General Paez to obtain) his Foster S. Chapman.At and the JkV-
4 hand breathing, severe pain of
Keeps constantly on a choice system
SctncMon! to the undertaking ; his friendship: the House: of James Spil/naii, Florida. Mustek's ,vife, son and daughter : Mrs. Mu.ic".f

for Bolivar and the dread of a civil war were James Spilman, Allen Simpson, OscarC. selection, of may be disposed of fur the use of the fortifications Chronic Illieumatism. .with vlmh she had beet

Muse. during the year 1830.T Hfllkted *ji wards Qi' xtf.'l'U years ; her son of scaM
until the
his > letter
senco I
ii obsiicles to acqui< GROCERIES.consisting
head, and daughter of scoibutic afit-cUen of lbgtim
'
At the fouse of William of the Bricks must not be less than
I received from Geji. Urdatieta, Secretary of Qrummondt UK: size mid discharge frona the left C'ar.-SteIJJr31
East side Escambia river ofSuperior 76-5 inches, nor more than 8t>4i inches. '] his
of
for Bolivarscoronation : :- $iure's of ion affection
War containing: the proposal son cm !* of liie sMn ; nearlf
,
variation in the size i is allowed, in consideration of
. his to the ambitious : Wl'liam' Drutnmond, Joab Gai.ics Peter the whole of the shm bone was destroyed, together
; opened eyes Liquors, Mhrilikageoftheclay in burning arvd drying
the unequal -
I Wilkinson. iilh of the smaller bones of the foot.-SJ*
I : projects: of that His erabler. Bolivar's celebrated i.t. It is .desirable, however that the required I many
I At the House of R. L. Cotton \Vcst Teas, .inches should be James M'Minn, of liver complain: and slfB*
Sill thickness 1-i ) produced ns near
of tho ((2
the
4 t decree as to liberty press, which he had upward ofiin. }cars...-Mrs. Mtetf
of and of Escambia river :- Sugars ly ati possible. I of ulcerated mouth anal her du/*
Iq permitting every species publication I sore throat, and
The Bricks when offered for sale will be inspect
R. L. Cotten John Edgely Niel) Wilkin; ter offccrofula. Besides the diseases above efi*
t. freedom of opinion, be they ever so violent_ Spices ed, and received, if found to be of a quality suitable *
merated, I prescribed the Syrup with great succtt
confirmed the suspicions of Paez, and established to the contraction of tlie. Public \Vorks. Wheneveran '
t I son.At the House of P. J. Harrison Black Fresh Floar ,.result in the of of in mercurial cases and secondary cvphilit.lo .
I L his line of conduct. By the abovementioned inspection rejection a cargo giving this testimony of the merits of tt4"CoUiu
j
the trill be rectitcd but the
I act tho civil and military power 11J"tLter : Haws &c. &c. Bricks, nop.irtof cargo ; >J.tieo SytUp." I have div ucd: my langua&*
I conferred Paez until the meeting of John Hunt, F. J. Harrison, Josefji For- whole will ue sent back to the owners. eclirely of tecbnical terms, the better t. be cuifk
was on Tho market will) be closed the 31st of Deccrn
syth. Which he offers (for sale on the most accommodating on derslood by tKo_e, lo whom it is i intended to C0f
is the Venezuelan Congress ; on the I3lh Jan. tumid. Also, 'a nmall invoice ofconsisting her, or as much !sooner as the required supply may be its ejects. Tint length of time ihe. dfceaief fc*t*
and (Signed.) furnished of which duo notice will be given,
the ,
Issued
effect on *
this
decree was <
a
a to been ditsipaivd, I13 \\:-\ 1Ti1t1 Bricks delivered will be made
;4 1st April tho election) for members of Con- Timothy Tmtcheil, whenever Payments demanded on ; but it would,be more convenient ptrniai6nt, aud it 11)"'. with prnprieix' Ve saul, and the installation of of j healing qgnlkius rank it among the first re9fdies
grosj will take place ; Esiambia that settlement should be mada ttttha expirationof .
Justice
Presiding Cowty. of the
day.
th It body will be held in Valencia: on the Chairs I each month ; or, of each quarter terminating respectively prestat

30th April under the title of "The Constituent SAMUEL FRY, CLERK._ Fancy on the 31at qf March 30th June, 30th JOHN 1. MAYK G, M. *

NOTICE. ', Ladies Work Stands September, and the, 31st of December. Philadelphia, March 6. I88.
: Congress of Venezuela. The sum of{line dollars) will be paid for every The above mentioned Medicine ran be proNdat

"In the intermediate time, Gen. Paez, by SIX "week after date, I nhall apply to the Presid. Dining Tables, thousand bricks delivered. St. Rosa Island under three dollars per quart bottle o( she Sukicribrt '
of his Council of Ministers Jiiftica Jackwon County Court, for Jettern the conditions stated. eert *
and with the connent who will exhibit to any person 81)Pli.tbe)
nnd of Adminibtratiou tie ionis non, un the eolate Cadtn Bureaus, &c. &c. Wm. H. Chase ficaU ofcues alluiifd lo by Doctor MaywfgVajnbaun .
4 his i,;! urd some import very I.; Fair hilsLi deceased-! \ I ,
favorable decrees, such .'s d* cr isin? the :SIARY\ FAIRCIIILDS. At the New York prices, to close a Con ignm nt, Capt. Corps Engintw & \ViJSOl1

number of offices, and annulling tho private ]. :March 10th, 1830--1-6t. I March 15, 1830-3-.


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