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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: 3 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: June 12, 1830
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
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TED M4.Uw-tl; ; :B.AIL-WAY, &0. East and West are indicated by numbers, a depth ef water for the lower end of rail l jijf ;'. f
counting from A, down to the shore on the 20 feet. This will require 384.feet lengthof rt
ran.PUBLISHER. TlI1J :PROPRIE3'OR: II MESSAGE. Western boundary of the yard. rail-way from nigh water level, in a slop

FROM THE Upon the continuation of the lines markedby of of an inch to a foot. 1; 1 t
OP TilE LAWSL'nife'J I: President of the United States. letters, the soundings were taken Southerly Above high water, the way should extendat ,
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OJ th States,and (-f the Territory! JritltZ. t at e\cry50 feet, to, or tovardx: the least the length of the cradle which will t,
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f Resolution of the House of Representatives, : {
Ti'.RUS.: obtained on a continuation of the lines be 504 fee!. The elevation of the upper
erection of Marine
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FIVE DOLLARS per tIlIlUm, in advaurr+ if payment the Nary Yard at I'c/tsacola, I IRailmalllt marked by number, and extended several end will be, for 120 feet, 6 feet 2 inches,
is deferred !six months, SIX DOLLARS hundred feet Eastward: from rfic shore. The making the whole slope 26 feet 2 inches.
will 104 l i..''lu ir d. fyc. Jyc.\ diagonal lines were also sanded ; first, one The breadth of a rail-way for sloops of war .t
1S30. the of N 16, and 0 17 ; should be a little greater than that usually
iifAJ.i't.menti in-tntcd con!'i>iciou: >ty .it ONE I May 13, line on diagonal :1 \.
DOLLAR! fur every J fourteen lin'3 o r less for 1] Read,and referred to the Committee on Naval] Affiirn. second, Q 17, and R ,3 J third, R 16, and adopted for merchant vessels ; but the one i t tI
the fry ipacrtinnuul riFTCEtTS, for ci1rhltllliJjIltIlr.elonp.r I S. 17 Calculating! from those soundings, I built a few years ago in Boston is the best r ; '
(<< ones h} the same rulf.L j To the horses of Representatives; : i four hue: black lime s are drawn, indicatingthe I one I have seen in the country and is so ': 1+: ;\\1'

,rsol.aataas.ohY ...., ': GENTLEMEN : 1 have the honor, in cmu'plianco !- ;, lines of thet:poctive depths of 6, 12, firm, and upon such a scale, that the owners 1 5
i with a resolution ofyotir: Iloine, of i 18, and 24 trim The points where borings are prepared to haul! up ships of 600 or ?d& J
i! the lOjh: ultimo, 10 transmit the enclosed: were mado or attempted, arc shown by small tons. Preserving thA 1U.hh duu.. twkca, I 'I'
I .JUt lIrn'nts'hhh, : furnish all tho information I cwicdsanI red letters. I which is 30 feet, and extending the cross t
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of tinsitps that have been taken, and plans \\,1 Several profiles of the lines of soundings, pieces, on which the ship rests, about feet i ;1"I
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I procured, for the erection of a Radiating: whhh the borings were made, are givenon I further outside of the cradle frame, sufficient ; i
Maiine, Rail-way for the repair of sloops of! one corner of the plan, which 111'J; be I breadth may be had to take in a'sloop of 1 J 1r tI
t j, war al the Navv Yard at Pensncoln."ANDREW referrei to their respective position: on the I war ; this will give better bearings for the :i

I : JACKSON. plan: \\N obemng the letter or number at carriage than widening the rails. }:\.

May\ lath, 1SJO. the let1 end of the'. I Materials and mode of building. f'r$.I!

1U77lOIIT 1 I N.v _I n i_:_\IlT\IT. ., I. The- various substances- ascertained, by,the Such i iMhQ'' destructive operation" of worms i.
borings are shaded on the prohles, that. they upon I wooJin the Pensacola Bay, that none f 1\"' '
12th( 1830.
: May, I be.ter be understood and the thicknessof but the Palmetto is ;
.\WSOFT1IK I-MTF.I STATE**, P\S F.JT in may ; or cabbage tree yet i rJ
Sm I have the honor
: I each and the whole depth of borings, as found to withstand it other timber be :
Tilt m::-1'; :str-MMN': : WTUK; TWKxrvrniSTCO.VGUJ'SS. : with the resolution} of tho house of Representatives ; may t i'
well as'he I depth of water at high water, me used, if coated covered with suitable ma f ,
of :he lOlh ultimo, calling upon added From data thus obtained: tcrials be but 'i.
together. ; copper sheeting may applied,
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[PrLlr--No. 38.] I In; President. of the United States to communicate I
:there: appears to he a stratum of s.awl: and 1 I this might be broken, or otherwise injured, r i.t
AN ACT to author i/.o th,- appointment of "what steps hud} been taken, or !
I II two strata of soft mud lying at \'ariulls.dcpths and would be corroded probably within a
a Man.li d fin. the: Northern clistiict of (plans I procured, for the erection of a BadiaI bed of hard I '
I I and various thickness above a f few years, so that no dependence can bo I :t
State of Abb.tnri.lie Marine; Rail-way for the repair of sloops!
the : ting
sand! into which after passing the the for duiability.
I I nppp.rstraw placed upon process permanent ( .
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It iaetf.l) In/ the Senate and House : it was almost( t impossible! to penetrate The best process for constructingthe ; 1
i of tlc letters from the
nf R'prccnf,11ir's of the United tffafes of; 4c. to send copies : I'I'I with the UI1CI'. The mud in many i places) is i rail-way will be to form a foundation of i :, s i
of the of the 7th o
Commissioners
_A'Hcric( in Congress ussembhd, Tint a'Vj.irh I'!i Navy, I Ii I several) fuel (deep below an upper stratum of piles made of the Palmetto, upon which 1 I ? \
and iOth ;May ISoO) > and i
: )il l j-li illju: appoint; d] for the. Northern ;, September 1829, i sand, into which the auger was easily push tour masonary should be Inid, to receive tho i' ..; t tt
of L. Baldwin of the .M( of
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DiatiicUof the State of Alabama: whoso duie :i!. report l I ed. Thus, at the boring L, after the auger I II : cast iron rails, similar those used in other I II ,:
': September, 182), the engineer: appointed to I I t .
:i :< shall hi- the same, in t'vervrrspcctwith- had passed through an upper crust or stratum !! places. l..
in said} dittiifi:; : as tho-.e icquired by law to :! make with the the original necessary plan examinations alluded to ,in together his met 1'I j of hard sand, :2 feet 1 inch thick: it was I I[ The length of rail-way founded in water 4'' -

be pe!lb'-jie:
S('{. V!. And If it fn'ihei.ennctcd, That port. of the tak'j i I j \veiuht! and was turned until ii leeched: thedepth the middle line of tho way. Three rows of i $
since the receipt report, to any t i *'
,..'h-?n a ]\IIj"I.l: :lnll be appointed t for ...aijNonhuni new order on the subject, in consse'nicnce of II ) ,; of 17 feet in mud, and after forcing; I, I piles: p'lndltl; with each other, and about 2 I m _*
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?*! try of to hii'"hu! l doll:irsjwr, annum, be- teudaut great uuii its cel1Jluiiom: ; i, expense as therein I stopped by hard sand, which defied nil our ( distant from each other. For the side \ 1' .
!id's'the fee* of uflice hetllJ law ; aiid the I + exertions to got it deeper ; and such WHS rails, n double row of piles, 15 feet distant } I '
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: iepreseittcd almost the invariable result of trial I from the middle line should be driven I t+
salary of the "eni Marshal he two hundred e\ery on
pic l that the y
j It respectfully requested plan: ,
dollars! : 1 per annum, instead of the sum the only one po.ssit--ed by the Dc- after passing the upper Strata: of soft sand each side! parallel with, and of the same 1 It
being
( and mud. Near the shore the sand the for the middle rail. The .
heretofore allowed. The; sum allowed!, by j ) be retui nod when it can be I seems extent as rows j 1
law. to the ;\M.irsh of Alabama, for takingthe I dispensed partment; :: with may by the lloiiae ol H"imell-::: I to lay much deeper, tl.roughhich \\c could piles when thus driven, should all be sawed \, it
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fifth.ccn.-u.s: hill: bo divided between the tat \'cs. I not get the auger, principally on account, of oil, and accurately trimmed to the required i' '

'.Marsnls! of South and. North Alabama! : ac- : I hale the hon.M' to be, I the difficulty cf boring w through- a tint run- slope. ,'i 1 I
fording to the number ol- souls enumerated i Very respuctfullj, Sir, nine sand which, chokes the auger ; some I There will thus be seven lines of piles ;.
in each di] for theNonhoni Distiici shall be JOHN BRANCH. it will be observed from those trials, that tho the side rails, extending 384 feet, which, at 'I :;,
tinder this act, the duties( of tho apPUln1el1\\ The PRESIDENT; nf tlC United &l sh.al iliall cease and determine in said district. ..fI depth of from 27 to 37 feet, and no work, : for each, or 895 piles in the whole. I t;

7th September! ) 1820. like the one contemplated, can be safely i Upon the triple row of piles for the cen I t;
AxonrAV S-rnvrxsox, SIR : I have this morning received from I founded any where, but by carrying the pilesor tre rail, a platform 4 feet wide, and extending ; It

Sneaker of the flume of Rcprtcntaticcs.I 11'11'. Baldwin the accompanying: letter end :. foundation to this depth. In order to II the whole distance of 384, should be I 1 1 W
JOHN: C. CALHOU.V, plan of the Navy Yard at Punsacola, which' show the slope, extent, and position, of the laid down and bolted to the tops of the pile!. I i
supplies the information promised in the contemplated rail-way, as it will be described It should be made in the following manner ; ?i !
Vice President! of the United States, letter I had the honor of addressing you on hereafter, fine red lines are drawn in the II eros l pieces of plank, 4 or 5 inches thick, 1
and, President) of the Senate. the 3d July last. profiles, that this Board may have a clear 110 or 12 inches wide, and about 4 feet long j.i j.

,\:'proved, May .*>, 1S30. I have the honor, &c. view how far this slope corresponds with the i to be t fixed to the pile heads at right angles, 1 ,
ADHEJ.ACKSO) JOHN RODGERS. natural surface of the bottom. I 1ai.tlllloW I with the direction of the railway ; and upon I J l I '

Honorable JOHN INCH, proceed to indicate what appears to me to .. those transverse pieces, should run three .
Secretary of the XrvytNAVV be the nost eligible site for the railway. long pi labs of the same thickness and dimensions ';
fPcm.it. :-No. 39.1 JCT I Silf. of the cross planks ; all these t
A.'; .\ to ch.m,o the tine of holding the COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, I Iron the tine moveable character of the i he well bolted1 or secured to tIle piles. In '\ 1

Court of the lTniwd.:5ate.: [ for the District I lOth May,,1830. :sand, farming the whole shore about thy., the same manner, a platform is to be connected -. 1. y
.\lhsssi.pJt: ; : !, and th? Circuit Court of j Slit : Tije Comintls: ;iYner. of the Navy, Navy Yard], it may naturally be expected with the piles in each row of side pi- ':
.'t! the! United Stc-tes in tho District of ling,to be about J feet wide. ; I
j upon the subject of thy resolution cf time that any artificial cavity made in the bottom, :
Ohio.JfK I House of Representatives, of the 10th ultimo I under the water could soon bo filled again :I Two coMrses of stone should be laid upon! I i .J .
it enactc'l by the Senate acid IIou-c. 1 I which you were pleaded to refer to them, 'by the operation of the current, and that any the middle platform, in the direction of the f i
or llcjtrfsfntat'/ ;* r> of? the United States of! i beg leave to state, that: in conformity with, ,: solid structure, built much above thc bottom rail, about 2 feet wide, with the outside faces f' s
' .IIr.1" .l of iho times! now prescribed by law I uf the Board \isited the yard at Pensacola both sides, by sand deposited in the eddy, ,joining ends, to be all hammered, but the ''t:!
t for hultliiiif, ho Co:iri of the United Sutie in June, 1S'!!!), one of whom had the honor created by a current crossing over the wake t I outside edges may be left rough. This i
t t".,- tiicdiit/ict; of Jlt4" issi ippi)i, the S tilt Court' t : of transmitting; to you the: lesuk on the 7th However, v.hhout a long and minute examination course should be 15 inches thick. The -. t t j r
tfr slid! ro! !n"n.i'.s se.sions on the fourth : September hist. r of the movement of the sand and next course to cross the first should be hammered J

tfh :'l.al.iv; in Jal 1t1try, and the fouith Mond.iy: I i Of the report then ma'I', thy CnmmiMMiers *- : operation of the current, it is di1l cult to fix in the same way, be about ono foot I
" 1'} Jt:1r!!: in c.tuli.tn! .l 1 eveiycar.. h-ivo. now tile )hooor of sending a : the )most eligible situation for a railway. I I thick, and extend to within six inches of the l:
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c :Sec. .*. rail be il farther enacted, TbH.: copy.. No measures al 1",0'\\11) to tho Com- : have: however, fixed upon the profile Q as : edge of the bottom course ; they must, of t
# ,.11 prof) ; c;; which( may have issued :! nia>ioneis to have I been :. !W'q'K-ntly!' 1 take I the; best. This will give an elevation for course, be 3 feet long, and upon this is to I: ?t
A fin. STj.l Court at the I passage): of this j: for the erection of a ?:..line Rail-vay, the top of the'rail, ,on an average a littleabovo I rest a line of single stones, laid end to end, !
.. ;act, wi-1 1 v.-'iich may Uue' previous to the ';! Pensacola. I.l the natural Sli 'I taee of the bottom, as.. 22 inches wide and 20 inches thick ; this

sK :;.:.fth *!1't,--i\' ",f Jiim.* nextshall, by virtueot'iln. I have, the honor to be, &c. I much safer than founding one, when by excavation last course to receive the cast iron rail i
ie .f.f, m returnable before tho said JOHROLHiLRS.: : t I or by dredging, the rail will be left plates, upon which the cradle will roll. The ; ,
('''nfi, tp,niiit J! ty; and} all causes pending 1 in I: honorable Jniis Hn? \\:11: : I below the smface. On the profiles M, 0, two side rails to be constructed in the same t;
.4 the .i.1! COIl: :::1 i I which nuy !have (been I Secretary of the ./\\lf. and T\ there docs not appear sufficient manner, tho lower course 2 feet wide the .
ai O+lrnd;?! i 1 bv. ir.i 1e.u theieof, to the trrm heretofore I depth of water at the lower end of the railway second course 21 inches wide, and! the upper
1r ; Wheeled! tJ In- held on the first Mon- NAVY YAItI,, for a largo sloop of war to be brought line of stones to be 16 inches square 0 ... .
31 rity in October next, shall, hy virtue of ibis Charlestoicn, September 2, 18 !9. upon the cradle, when the stern will sink All these courses of stone to be laid in wa-

:; tct, stand' continued Iii), and brt triable at, the Sin : I send for the information of the considerably below its ordinary trim; G and ter cement, and well connected by ()OTO" _

w *(Tni he)L'lV. directed to be held on the fourth Board, a general )plan of the Navy Yard at (' would perhaps answer nearly as well as' tailed joints, cramps, and dowels. When ..
t I :Monday' in June next. Pensacola cst Florida, showing the position Q, but at those places, and at P, the water this part of the work is completed, a quabti- .
: Sec. ;3. And be iff art her enacted, That ( of tho borings and the soundings which I is not so deep as at Q. Tho profiles from ty ofl loose,irregular stones should be thrownin
tf !die Circuit Court of the United States, within [ were taken under their direction. pursuant'I i the Eastern shore, on the linen 13, 15, and along the sides of the rail foundation,and
d and for the District of Ohio, instead of the to an art of Cungress, passed March 3d, 17, by tho long shoals and sudden dip, to between them, and afterwards levelled: downto
1$: time; now fixed by law, shrill: hereafter be 1827, for the purpose ascertaining the the channel, are most objectionable.Slope a little below tho upper surface of the _
: held on the second Monday of July:, and the practicability of building a marine rail-way' and dimensions of the Rail-way: stone work to preserve the lines i ift their relative

p third Monday: of December, in each year ; for Sloops of War. The slope of a rail-way may vary from situation, and to avoid spreading
n. :'lid the District Court of the United States, With this plan and the following remarks, i to i of an inch in a foot ; but I assume | and irregularity which might arise from the

M m and 1W said District, shall hereafter be t: I proceed to lay before the Board the result of an inch to a foot as the most eligible ; to unequal pressure, or movement of the cradle !.

ctrl y' M.l on tilt! Mondays next succeeding the of my examination at that Yard, with the I ascertain flic length of railway at this slope, upon it. .
1.g times herein fixed for holding the Circuit I plan& mode of construction and estimate of,. I have taken the usual draught of sloops of As the ebb and flow the tide at the Pen-

- Court and tilt Ciicuit Court for the DK- the proposed work. war at from 14 to 17 feet, as they might easily i1 i- Sacola Navy..Yard is so small, being an av- ..
::i trict of West Tennessee, shall hereafter be The plan of the yard shows the positionof 1) be trimmed for entering. tile cradle ;; the erage about 2 feet?all the work Y of th*?foundation w
.It held on the first Monday in September i in the buildings now erected, or in the progress depth of middle frame of the cradle, at 2 after the piles ore driyeo raust be ;
t$ each year, instead of the lime now fixed by of building, with the wholo yard laid feet 6 inches from tho bottom of tho keel to done witb.tbe ditingbell. 't'IiatPart 6f..the.
;>.r I!: w. And all suits and matters of every I I oil by small red lines into squares of 100 feet. the top of the iron rail, on which the wheels railway, extending 120,feet above<
D; kind returnable to, or proceeding in, either I Those lines-.running North and South are move ; r add, also, 6 inches rridre for.the ter, may be built in the following manner jA
- of said Courts, shall be held to lie rciurnnlilo, I indicated "u the top-of die plan by Roman easy slope of the keel l lt that by trimming aft foundation wall of stone or bricks to he
reI and continued the terms of said! Courts letters beginning'by A, at the Northwest in preparation 0 for entering the cradle, she1 laid dixfut 3 feet.wide at bottomland 4 f feet; .

pus. herein t provided for. 1 I corner, and terminating at V. by the shore I may bret a bearing ou the whole keel, before high battering back on jib a sides so, as to
;rt '. Approved, May 5, ,1830. I!I of 1'ciisacola Bay Those lines running she is drawn up for the rail-way, thus giving. leave the tOp width 2 feet. Upon this may .

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receive the middle lino of rail plates. '!'ho} I water, 't "S.J- ; 00 i wharf( ineligible ; and in that case it may be Col. White's Circular to Ue People! of Florida! i x

two side rails will have a similar foundation, I constructed piles uud covered i... plank, frail be inserted the next week. :
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2 feet 6 inches wide bottom 3 feet high, Cost of rail plates, &c.. for 450 in the usual way : such a mode would allowa I I __

and 18 inches wide, on the' top,upon which ; feet of railway, as shewn In the tree passage of water under the wharf, and ARRIVAL OF FIlE UNITED

timbers for tho rail plates may be laid, 15 expenses of' the Boston railway 5,662 1 ? render any disturbance of the sands !les:: liable DRANDYWINH.STATES' SHIP

inches square ; cross timbers to be laid Do. fitting up machinerydo. do. 650 00 tu produce injurious effects.

transversely upon those walls,extending 2 or D0. wrought iron axles, reamingt Estimate. The U. S. Frigate Dr.mdY\Tjne, Captl Ballad

3 feet beyond the outside of the side rail turning, &c.-do. do. 750 00 'I rived yesterday from Vcra Cruz. The Bnaidywfot
130 piles! 50 feet long, : = 7,500 cubicfeet
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timbers. Upon those the middle and two Do. messenger or revolving chain 1,050 00 i arJO
side rails should bo locked down and bolted, Do. bar chain. trio 00 : 40,t25 square<< feet 24 ot. cupper, nails i i iI i j I i was Itl o DeWs of any importace at the time of her sail-
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to keep the railway from spreading Do. dutch hook .' And I: ing. The Government in '
23: 00 I I putting on, at 57 cis. 6,771 a comparatively qnjet
ESTIMATE.The Do. disengaging machine, 30 00 II': Labor in fitting, driving, lie. cnc:: pile j I I state, and acquiring popularity every day. The late

Palmetto, or cabbage tree, may boprocured Do. labor 7 350 00 I at :5' dol1 750 ; President Guerrero was in the interior and takes no

.. from the Appalachicola river, or Do. stone pier for foundation of i II 2250( cubic feet capping timber and side part in the politics of the country and the dominac;

St. Andrews Bay. Sticks from 16 to 36 machine 300 00 capping-, at 15 cts. 338 htrtyseem to be satisfied: to let him remain where he

feet and about 10 inches diameter, will cost -. Fitting and placing do. 600 is. The restrictions on commerce have been

about 75 cents ; and those from 30 to 40 $U167 12 5000 cubic feet flooring timber to secure ly removed. Cotton Goods are now admitted partia!-

feet are the largest that could probably be Add 10 per cent, for 54 additional the earth do.covering, at 16.cts. 'oO the usual credit, until the hat of January next; all upon other

procured, and would cost about a dollar a length of railway, upon Fitting 400 foreign goods prohibited by thi-* tariff: of
liarth covering. 555yardj! at 23 cts. 138: May23rl
piece, according to information I obtained at the above data of Boston work 1329
18 palmetto piles fur 2 stone at are admitted upon the payment of the b
piers
Pen acola. Allowing for waste, <$'c. 1,000 according to prices here, 1,646 88
1 dol. 43 duties in cash. ?,Ir. Taylor, the American Consul
taken the estimated number. t-
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piles may as I feting& driving, Src. at 3 dolls. 144 Vera Cruz came passenger in the Brandj\\i be.
Palmetto inches thick and 1 foot I
plank,4 ,
18,114 00 I'Utlorm uu du. of palmetto wood 20 The officers and
wide, including waste, 16,000 feet board Add for enlarged] t rnstons of I Dry stoiiR masonry on do. 10 by 15aiul crew a re nil well.

rueasu re.The i rails, machinery, rrej q ht, and I 18 loot high. 88 yds. at 4 dolls 352 LIST OI' OFFICER

foundation walls before described, other expenses atle,|4um upon I Pint form for wall, 7 fret wide, 050 long, HKNRT E. BA.LLARD, F?q. Commonfor.Lhhtcmnis. .

will contain 330 cubic yards of masonry, and n railway at Ponsacoliw20 I per I F.IV 71.50 feet, at 3 -fs. 212 .-Wm. I'. McKennylt.} ; Harrison

will require about 80 bbls. of Ilom.ui cc- set:. 3,622 00 ; Wall 500 feel long, 8 high, And l average H. Cook iid.; Richard S. PinJnef,3rd. Alexander! :
th5ckiie* 4.5 ft"el'=::: 550 X S X 4.5
.i m nt. I = dolls. Udell 4th. ; George P. Upsher, 5th.
733 cubic yards, at 4 2,932
....-. In the estimato of the rail plates, chains, Total expense of nun toll airl antttChifCIv -:- : Purser.-\Vm. Sinclair.
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821.736 Filling in with earth 2'J33 yard,
machine, cradle, diving btll, 5\OW. and other V 00 at 25 cts. 717 Sailing :'lattr.-Joha! Carlton.

apparatus for the work, except the foundation I Machines, boats, bolts, extra laLor unit toting znd ilu.-rell ai. Howuaon.Surgeon. .

piles, and stone work, us already mentioned House for engine, $6,000 j oilier things; not eiuunciuU'i ,(
I shall take, as tho necessary theta, Diving: bell, (boats, rigging, andother &tc. 3,000 As "tant Surgeotis.-'SillO.ln Coulter: and G. HcJ
the 'actual cost of one of the railways built I apparatus 4,000 -- rick B Horner.
t in Boston. Upon inquiry, I find that the Preparing bottom, digging trenches 22 t 02
.i Contingencies, &c. 25 per cent. ,jJI .sTs1ipPinert.-W. F. Gryme, Jas. F. Schenck.
*d:.. same work could nobe made for the same. levelling, mid other labor I ,
r.d-.ir Irving, Stephen D. Elliott, Charles IIe wood
prices, and by adding a proportioual part for for foundation work 2,000 I Total cxknse: of the wharf, $23.252 '
r Raphael Semmos, John B.
the increased dimensions, that part of the Side wharves on piles, to' ficili* I w" Meig, George Lan in S.
estimate may be pretty safely relied upon. late the use of the railway 5,000 The weight of the earth covering the George T. Crump, Joshua Humphries, MontCort 8.

The 'Boston railway is 450 feet long, and I wharf may be sufficient for heaving down a Stokes: Wm. Lewis Maury, John Lewis: Rin .

as that contemplated at Pensacola is 504 15,000 sloop, if the tackle he well secured to the George F. Emrnor.' Thrmtoa M. Taylor Robert 1'.

feet, we must add a little more than nine percent I cap timbers, so as to take hold of a large \\p.hhJosephA. Underwood, Wm. S. WilhatnwuuPeter ,

.. to the cost of the former, or say ten Superintendence, overseers, &c. 4,000 I surface ; and if the wharf be covered with Johnson, Thos. W. Magrudcr, Rojer? P rrJ.

per cent. to get tho cost oi one liko that at i ballast or kentledge, guns, anchors, &c. near Captain's Clfrk. Sawyer.Boatsiraln. .

Boston. If to this be added 20 par cent. Recapitulation.Amount i thy points of fixing the heaving down tackle, .-James Evans.

for enlargement of the machinery, for freightto of foundation below !! the tom piers proposed in tho above esti- llner.-John R)der. ,

Pensacola, and other charges, this part of high: water 17lo; J i : m Uo may bo dispensed with. In fixing a Carpenter.-\\'m. E. Sh fl1tld.

the estimate may be supposed correct. Do. of (JI). above high'later 3,895 I i site for the mil-way, the exact position

That part of the foundation extending 120 Do. iron work &. machinery, 2I,7o'6 ;i usarkfd on the plan need not strictly be ad- The arrival of the U. S. Frigate Brandyvine: m

feet above high water, will\\ require for, the Do. house fur mr.eiiiiio 6,000 i hyrcil to, Tim work may be carried out this harbor a new era in the history of our city. I-

main walls about 60,000 bricks ; and for 10 Do. diving bell, boats, rig- Utrther, fioni, or brought nearer to, the shore ; establishes beyond" a doubt that our bar will admit Frigates -

cross walls, at every 12 feet, 36 feet long, S ring, and other apparatus I crlinns oflirr situations chosen. So with of the largest clasp: which has been denied by

feet high and 2 feet wide, to support the tic Do. !preparing boitomdigging 4,000 i the wharf: should l it be thought better to Commodore Rodgers in his report communicated In-

beams connecting the rail timbers, 55,000bricks trenched, levelling, and oilier: :: ::arry it further North than !the placed marked ,I the Secretary of the Navy to Congress. The Brau- .

; making in all 115,000.rl'hc Thoaiastowr. labor for foundation woiL : l ou !etc plan, it may easily he done the dywinc, our readers will recollect, is a Frigate of the

lime necessary will be about 100 Do. side wharves on pi/IPS, to! 'J,0f0 ,: only! difference in the work \\'iIllw, the cx- first class, and draws 2t# fret We are gratified ti.

casks. facilitate! the use of the r*i\'a.! .. 3,000 fi I!I Un: :;iing that: 1 part of thin wharf connecting the learn that she came over the bar without the leantdifliculty

The Boston Company have two railways, Do. superintendence, overseers !1| main part with the shore ; and it may be having at least' two and a half or three feet

a large brick building for the machines, dec, &c. .jOUO '1 cJtls'(Jer.d better even to place it furtherNorlh water to spare. U'htt.iJl Commodore Rodgers say

and two machines for drawing up vessels. ", !towards the boring X, than to go now? 'l'JfsiuJpc! fact of the arrival of this ship has

The whole cost, including real estate and ; I>; further :South, towards the proposed site of done move, than all that could have been written upon '
oll.1(
building wharves, was about 96,000, and Do. allowed for liiarca-: : I I llie rail-xvay. These are circumstances the subject, to refute his,to say the least,prejudiced -

the following is statement furnished by the sips 23 :: I which inuit depend upon a more careful examination report. We hope no\v that the Secretary of the
per t:llt. 15,5:36: I
Agent of the Company, of tho several heads I ----1 I1 ; : as to the precise position, than Navy, together with the Navy Commissioners will

of expenditure for one railway, 450 j feet Total c&llmatod cost o'; thu :,ailwaw' : I we could ascertain in the short time we cease all opposition to our ?tavy* Yard, and carry into
long, with its machino and :11 upparatus connected wrrj;: on the spot. execution; the law e: Uini iing it. They have taken

with it. :!.Sr 1GS2OiC ,I I Enough 13; done, I hope, to satisfy the upon thernselve.-a! high responsibility by withholding

Amount of castings for rail plates .(::.., tlfll J W'/Utlf. I B'rjnl! sis fn the frnnnrjil: ninth of rnnatrnr.tiou I from the Ciiinmittrp of Wajr! and Means the estimates -

rollers, machines, <$ c. 141,553t t Having! carefully examined iud considered ( j J: anal! the probable; expense. for tho gradual improvement of the Yard. To
lbs. at $0 04, $5CG2 12. With I them are confided the intercuts of our Navy: and it id a
the nature of the grounds ;ind tic! : cunui.ts) j great respect,
Expense of fitting up machinery 650 00 duty which they owe not alone to the Navy butte
I I have fixed upon ?i site, as tIle mo>t eligible Your obedient servant, f
Do. of wrought iron axles, I the Southern Country to comolete the only NavaiEfctoblishment .
for the ,lited !
I one, t"on'tll1l \vintut; Persaco- L. BALDWIN.
and rolls saddles : south ofthe
reaming turning Cheseapeske. Itw now
l I.J the wiht! ol'she Board I
yardsgrteably 10 : ; I
&c. 750 00i i and shall proceed to Je>cribo the uiodo of i P. S. The !plan is put into the post office, more than: two years since Congre*.i made an appropriation
The messenger or revolving I to be forwarded by mail. $75,000 (which is:: now lying in the Treasury
building, and give an estimate of tie: cost
chain 125 feet lung-42 Ibs. to I The site and form Ire shown by the rt-d To Commodore JOHN RODOERS, and cvnnot be used for any other purpose) for a
the foot, whole: weight 5,250lbs Marine Rail Way for the repair of Sloops! of War, at
President of the Board.PENSACOLA .
I lines at Y Z, which, it will be (pcrc l'ived l, is j Navy
at $0 20, 1,050 00 I the Yard-to be commenced as soon as the President
a little South of the Miuation mt: : 1..t'd tiff for; -
The bar chain, 350: feet-15 Ibs I Ito shall deem proper.
the wharf lately begun ; it corsi; ;;t* ni two '
tho foot, 630 00' part?. The part Z is 150 feet long and 50 The Report of Col. Baldwin, which: will be found

Clutch !hook, 25 00 wide, and to be supported on piles. This is on our fist page,is decidedly in favor of the erection

Disengaging machine, 30 00 to be connected with the share by another! SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1?30. of the Railway, and wharf nnd we have the fullest,

z Diving bell and apparatus, 2,000 001 i part, marked! Y, at right angles, 53 feel f reliance that the President: will see that the work is

Lumber of every kind, including !!i wide, and about 250 feet long. This part: is The election for members of the Legislative Council jl" l'di1J commenced, more especially an it i.i now

staging, 5,1-46 00 to he built solid, with dry stone walls fur theoutside took po! :e on Monday last. We have not been clearly understood, thai Congress will not consent to

Labor, 7,50'O0 and filled! up with earth, or raised to able! ,to procure correct returns of the votes taken at repeal: the law establishing thin place :na a Nave! Depot -
Brick store, two stones high{ I a level with the part Z. the different precincts. Ituojnniin D. Wright nr.d ,

by 40 5,000 00 The main: part of the wharf Z will! l h p Edward: L. Drake, Escjrs. nre no douht Neft Tho

Stone piers for foundation of machine I t I built on pine piles, about one loot square, election! f for 3Iaor and Aldernifii too); place on the I ARRIVAL OF THE U. STATES': SHIP ERIC

I 300 00 and 50 feet long, on an avenge ; to be cojj- same day, and the following has: !beep n hanAnl: : to 11* .
Ballast mvl for The U. S. Ship} Erie, C; fI. C";:IXOK. arrived ouWednesday
gravel filling
up pored with 21 uz copper f for nn avergelength as th'j rciult: :
between rails! 00 last (IOU! n cruize. The Erie lor I beirtjt
1,200 of 15 feel all these piles to be about FOR riAYon,
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i
fhe
ntln has (been
Furnace for I iiu : actutly cruizing among
heating tirc.&c. 300 00 8 feet apart, and the numbs nny bo taken ITIR ALI\, ]5.. *,,*?:*. tli' 1'4t India Isl..iu's and down the Spanish main."ehave : : .
Engineer
superintendence, 1,500 00 at 150. Upon the tops of these piles are to C11A1tLi:3I'.TUTT- 1, \\ nut been able to learn tluit there was an,-
Incidental foreseen
charges not 406
88
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be placed cap timbers, covered with a floor- FOR AI.DEHME.V, I news \\hieh has not Already! been published.

00 ing of small square or ranging timber, or .T. Di: LA Rl"J O The officers and Crew of the Erie are all \r<."

$32,000 plank! from Gto 9 inches thick, and covered "A BAUN, 117 LIST OF OFFICERS.
,. --- with earth to tho depth of 2 feet. E. L. HAKE, 14GH. "
Under the wharf, and at a suitc::''e distance 14j; DAVID CONXOR, Esq. Commander.
HYRR
Cost Railway at Pensacola Navy Yard. -
from the front edge, and from each othcrare H. IIICIIEL .!", 111"F.P.PALMKS 1st Lieut.-William Boerurn of New Yoil

FOUNDATION. to be placed two piers, or masses of stonework iw: '' 2d Ja. James Goodrnni, Virginia.:
For 1,000 palmetto piles, at $3 $1,000 00 in the following manner, for fixing the 100 3/1 7u. Jame Williahi.4, do
DILL:
w. A. -
Labor: of fitting, driviugand cutting blocks or other tackle for hading down the 4/t do. Wm. F. Lynch / tio-: .
l C;. \V. 1URKLEY HI
at $St 3,000 00 vessels ; a number of palmetto, or compered 60 !jh do. Cary II. Hansford, do
J.GAUNIER, -
16,000 feot board measure of i piles, to be driven about four feet apart, upon the Fleet. S. '. "
The new load met on Tuesday and qf1ulifi, J.- Surgeon of -George S Proi OD. w?
palmetto plank, ot $15, 240.001 aria of 10 by 15 feet for each pier.-
John le la Una, Est was elected Prebideiit: of the Maryland
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Fitting and laying same, 500 00 These (piles to be sawed off at the lowest
... 330 cubic yards of hewn stone, possible line which tho low Spring tides will Board;and Samuel Fry, Erq. Swretary.We Assistant SUTgeon.-Solomon! Sharpe. D !awar(',
at l learn that the Mayor bas re-appointed Edwtrd Purscr-D. M. F. Tlprnton.Va.
$20 6,600 00( sufficient
allow, and upon them a grillage or
80 barrels of Roman cement,at platform of palmetto wood* to be laid. Upon Senac, City Marshal. N Midshipmen -Wm. Radford, of Missoiiri.j\Icsic-

at $10, 800 00 this platform should be laid a mass of*1ry der C. Manry, Tcnn. Cicero Price, of Kentucky;

.t. \ Laying masonry -per cubic yd, stone work, or mistituto a mass of stones, REPORT 0.1 CITY TREASURER'S ACCOUNT '1'. J. Page. Va.:John P. Todd, Kentucky ; BenD. ,!.

at $5. 1,650 000 equal to about 80 tons, and being connectedwith The Committee to whom was referred the examination !Moore Illinois ; C. II. Thomas, Maryland ; R.

.. Iron clamps, dowels, &c. 200 00 .the {piles of the wharf, will with he of tho Treasurer's, Accounts &c. in pursuanceof Bache. Jr. Pennsylvania ; J.p>.II.North, S. C.Captain's .
Filling in between foundationsand around it mako a rcfolution of the 3d ultimo, Report; That they
weight of earth covering a Clerk.-R. IV. G. Robinett, l'u...
outside with broken and sufficient dead weight for the tackle, &c. for have; examined aud compared the entries payments Bootslain.JohntcNdl.1.. Va

loose stones-40 feet wide, 384 heaving down a slOOp of war.' The second with the original vouchers in the pcakwtsion of the Sail Maker.-J. D. Freeman,r\ \1'.I'I?(,'

: long, and 2 feet deep, on aver part of the, wharf, marked Y, 250 feet long, Treasurer, and find the same to" be correct,they have C4rpttdtr.-1'Ios.F. Brady, New York

age M75 tons, at $3, 3,523 00 and 50 wide, will be constructed as follows ; else compared the entries of receipt (there being no Gunner-Dank-I Keller: New Yurk-
.' ........... on each side, and at the end nett tbs channel correct check for licenses paid) with his books and

Cost of foundation below high !, is to run clown a stone wall, made of dry ftnd them to cbrretpond. The balance reported all .
water, <$17< ,515 00 masonry ; tho whole extent of which will due the city ou the 31st March fast, and which the Capt. Robert M. Rose has been in oidered the,cOJ--

find correct wu $531 16 exclusive of mandoftheU. S. ship Erie, in the place of Captni?
about & Committee
... 11 be 550 feet long,upon, nn. average. .'
115,000 bricks for that part of I feet high, and 4.50 thick equal to,Jlbout $157 t5 in defaced corporation notes reported oa Connor, who his obi led permission to return how*

fount ation pbovo high water, 750 cubic yards ; this wart to be built of the hand Bad which the Committee have this day burnt.

at $10, 1,15000 stones in the yard, nnd founded on n plat- Th Committee consider it but justice to tbe Tn aau- John Randolph been nominated bj too Pre.
100 casks of Thomastovn dimensions Co add that there bs nothing transpired, in the and Ethan Allen Brown
lime; form of palmetto timber, of ordinary rer dent, a?Minter to Russia- ,
at $4, 400 00 requiring 7500 fuel ef limber ; thefilling eiamiuatiott'' of JiUiccounts, that would depict from of Ohio, Ch&igo des AfTaircs to Brazil.

Laying, &c. at $S, 345 00 i id of tho wharf with earth will be 3100 the general confidenco placed: in Ida correctness and

1,600 cobitf feet oak limber, for <- cubic yards.Further integrity.All M. 51. Noah,who: 'yas rejected n short time S111 C.
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fail., Bt $J IGo 00 observations and exaraiitalian of which is respectfully submitted.J grad has been re-nominated to the Senate by tl'fePww'.d ",
is
Labor in fitting timber, &c. 400 00 tho current and tho sands at the proposed JF.RRISON, Jr. ,, t t .". nt;, & C'rr\'r.,Hr t.f tli* Port oJTCctr Yf-h,
Cojtmac
r- bile, thou 1 was able to make.may render I I .

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1 : in Cuagrr. iu the liiltimore Partlul, of i: ruin. It was prescribed to you before you had the I of securing their food and ruitcenl ; show that you ration.of tbaCfcyxjf New York. .... '

JI.dgJ.t": 2pth. It must bs a r o-ic-: : ; ul p cat pb'nsnre: tj j.I 'powr to pur.ue it, by one who to whom you,f.re1 1I : can relent and that your rule has:: had at h J zest one eieep'tiun. Whereas the Corporation of the City of ..'.:..

I lie'citisetu of our Territory', to MM that their Dele.I ;!1!I lied by a happy congeniality ; whom yore have neither I The verity practised by you in this instance New York, on the sixth of May one '

I? it '.." I+*;1J ia nuch e>tiiiiali, abrmd.kits 1. the ability nor the wish to disobey, before whose I is }heightened, bccacse accompanied byl thousand eight hundred and eight,did Convey -

Jfr. JJ7 cf }'h"ri.1V(' !:arc perused with. omnipotent breath your Presidential i<< l strength lie breech of ifotir faith. solemnly pledged to my hrsbcad.Iecalled to the United! States, a lot of land at
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;iiuch pleasure the lucid and unanswerable argument :I nerveless! as:: infancy ; who, while he nuffera your a[ 1 upon you, told you frankly that he had not the foot Hubert street, in the City of

.jf this! gentleman ou the Bill before Congress tor the your heart to pursue its wonted palpitations, seems to voted for )ou. What was jour reply It was in New York, tailed the North Battery, .* so "
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:jetentut! private lands iu Honda. !!\h. White have locked up the: closet which COnfiDe! your iutilIcct. 'I substance, this, "that every! citizen of the United long as the same should be used and ap'i'i

: j,- the :ible Debate from that Territory.W : Iu this imprisonment of your mental power?, States had a right to express his political sentiments plied to the defence and safety of tn eport j'

t have uutrhrd wi'h more than ordinary interest you sec with hi* eyes, and hear with his cur It is a I by his vote ; that no charges had been made against of NeYork, and no longer." .

the progress of Mr. White, having discovered i mi>fortune for this great nation that you were born Mbj. Barney ; ifanjr s could be made: he should have Be it enacted by the Smuts and House of

from hw lL-,.t ar:1t'araact; : in Congress to the present ; for him, and He for you. At one and the same time justice done ; he should not be condemned unheard." America Representatives of the Unit d States f

tnrueut, a zt-.11ot1:> endeavor tu advance the prosjcrity I J i he is your minion and your monarch I your priest and Then, holding him by the hand with apparent whenever, the in Congress assembled That s r

aiJ: ueli-irrof hit 'lH1.ttlll'nt-A1t1olt; we yntir demon-your public couu"ellor and your bosom warmth, you concluded"be assured,.sir, I shall be shall determine "IA

.:rc pohticr.y!! c..d! to !\r.! White, whose: predi- fricud. I hlu.-h far my country whcu I see such unnatural particularly cautious how I listen to assertions of npI useful for

i-cJ\ for rioulUeiu; nriiicij'l'M i"i well! known, we : formltion! each a cancerous excrescence fastened I plicantafur office." With: these assurances from you, he the ;

ar.not deny him tho me"*d which! : !his untiring iudusv : upon the body' politic, and the footstool ofthe sir, the President the United States, .my husband be hereby is, '
i i. of th! itcln-'s of re-conveyed } t
lIe emphatic hy
:: hn; vron. men
President converted into a throne for a slave. returned to the bosom of bis family. With these rehearsed tion of '
...ilJ !fafinrff xa'unLle!' in 1 Ivginldlire Ne\v
men, fo our
v I The injustice of your new principle of "Reform" : he wiped away the tears of apprehension. dismantled and
hall\ and i"jJ.tls'illb) to a Territory, +
: ? absolutely
i would have' been too glaring, had it been once boldly I The President was not the monster he had been re disposed of in ''
'Jiit-tion i.-s confided i11tlividucculir! I ,
'viio- to single
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rf"r.'e j unfolded ; and hence it "us that it was brought out by presented. They would! not be reduced to beggary, ment the
"':al.-\\ .; !LtVt'rften witnessed: White's; t tf : I public
i degrees. At t rEt it way pretended that those only I haggard: want would natby permitted to enter the man: \!
'.!.-t h i'l iu';-.i.j: the pa.ige of bills: having; ; Tf!fernce Approved,
I who hid made: use of office as an engine fur election- : sion where he had always! I been a stranger. The husband -
,' tj i trida i ; ;;:111 have; been assured hy a friend oJ ,
'." But &the father had d nothing in violation of hb
coring were to be "reformed awj: ''ne
PU
tint: : bv, a luii-J and conciliatory deportment to all : purposes [ ] ;
1 i when it was discovered i that thero were in place very : duty as an officer. If any malicious slander! should AN ACT to "'
:1.trtia?, he has xvou far: Lie constituents the most
I cf friends who hud been guilty of this arbe to pour his poisonoi" breath into the ears of the
tjid! :ud: 1 lusting advantages.FKOMMKd. many your own act for the
President: the accused vtouId! not t Le condemned unheard -
I have ben
unconstitutional: in jropriety, a.s you pleased Kentucky
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!. !F.TTlt : BAKNEV TO GEN. to clH: it, who, ejntrury t J any feeling! of gratitudeor and his iUI..clnC 5 would be triumphant-they and Dumb,"
would till be JaI"'. It was presumable also, that
haJ the bosom which aimed! the
JACKSON.IULTIMO.IC. souse of :at,) stung selling;
:, June 1.-:1: : 1 =>-0. anti the baud which! fed them, itia'iing! uc of their p usse-sinn the confidence of three tuccscsive:: ndminI Be it

SIR; Your note of the! 2":il 1 of April) adtlre-scd to oilico iu the gift of Mr.: Adam! as tlu! ineans of fiirtiiering I ittratrats (whose testimony in his favor I presented of Rcpr .
to youi that Le was not unworthy the office beheld, ,
ie throngli: your f private .Secretary, accoinpanvitip : 'your designs upon the Presidency to his ex- America, in

tie" rHuraof my paper", which expresses your *:Vi?- I elision' : : and that rnar mh was.. tv/o-edged fc.vord,*' I beside the signatures of a hundred ef our first mercantile further time of 1
houses established the fact of his
:rejcgrttlhat thr tales vkuh; ivulud f tit ': :: totdoptfvrlhc !I i which, if honestly hart!", would: ] "Ct t uj.nn! both I having fifth of April,
I jcrfcct yuthfactiou'in the manner he transacted Office."I
gvcrrntnci't 1 SlCl& rases, did not penult 1 sides," it was shun carefully! withheld: and finally given thirty-one, be, t
'the j business of his: oflicc. In this atc of calm sce
s> n- lowed
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I the! !
:*s gratification (1m!y mates, affords no palliation of'i' gave way to a much move comprei-v'-iaivo: pchcme of
l I clrity: ,without a moment's wmaing-like a clap of
tht? injury yoa have ii.l'icU! J en a niciitoricus: : dicer rrfurm. 'I of Kenttlc)', +
thunder a clear sk.'u. r dismissal came, and, .
andhi; hcplts! foltiiy.. It i i. dull!; aud: ambiguous. I It was next declared that those! in office who, in Kentucky )'! ,,;
I in a moment the house of joy converted into
I was Dumb to sell
snowing tit: the p')ssio! v.-ts:' nut alone! sufficientjuatificatiou violence of oppot-ition, had offended: you in one particular ,
one of noarning, Sir, was not this the refinement for the
: ,for llie! '._ \: rt'isc of p'wer ; unwilling (I need not name it,) should meet with condign tees use
cfcrnel.y: ? But this: was net all-The wife whom rl
by an act
iL-ityour character} for menus s should suffer by theini'iitutluu puniikmcnt. Indeed you intimated in your prij j!i ,
I 1 you luive tlius agonized: drew her being from the i il-! efit of the >
; of c."p' ire, t-r that! your! a'p!:tatioii for hu- vatc: conversation with my husband, that those who ;
j, !lii."trioui Chase whose voice of thunder! early broke lute t for t
rl !:sit) should !be :1rlli: 1t'i; b> an act of wanton cru- !. had:: pa5saJ that Rubicon had scaled their -'c.struction. I! !
the ll of British when :in the \
ep : allegiance; ,: uacriean :- passed on the r
satyr; ) Ou iiti-iiti.'iif; cause ; vou Lint lit a binding':, lint the misfortune attonding this rule wa, that there : .
Senate, he swore by Heaven that he owed i.o I and
Tic. :uid !art: tat that uu ;iiusband is within iu its Opt i were none in office upon whom it could operate. Has : eight t
I IMati'l. I'' allegiance:; to the Briti h CrOVll001'' too, whose a'l'l sulrs under
If it \vere nr,t unworthy the character of the charge alluded! to been fixed upon; any individual (
I signature was broadty before: your eyes, sHixecl to the trustees .
<;M. Jir'fg'jn. I a.kIU was it no! l-ereath tIC: digmytifta i of the multitude of those who have heon reformed ',
the Charter of our Independence. The husband and ollico for the
: ) Pre,.;uh-nt of these r nicrl: :tate; to infinite i aW"J' \\'n- i it ver even wh'nj.cicd in regard to my ,
i the f.Utaryoa have thus wronged, was the first born good and valid '"
,- ifliaM( aveit'.rvn: ht.l Lt-cn iu his pov.'vr. \Vheli unurinto: hu.-baiitl 7 You k-io.v that> it w,n not. j r
r son ofa !hero, whose naval: and military renown former law
But 1 huliiU dcchrc! that such nil.1 is any
ycriiu-.l a'lapr'.! i'.tr %,'ur t1J\ l'wm Mit this i'lesardJt : a :altogether '
brightens the page of your country's history, frort. 76 .
;,,'/, \vui i i. nit i-nit-l iu .\ :'tJ to (;. iiCea' i it fiorn those! I nnv.'otlhy ofthc Presidential offic,' of a n.agnauiniourt: I 1 f
I II I to IS5 with whoso chit"emf'uh; posterity will not ApproVed \
I .'alit..>i*. it \va lt' tfjicrj.tc tlsc! most; terrible: c.ilanulie 1 !JltillU"hat: wield the! piiljiic engeanc for ( ,
I condescend to compare yours ; for he fought amidst
i -: ? \\'1y; :-J I greater dangers, and he fought fur Independence.
i ii? K' vTnr;;lby *i.rei rules 1 Wi y t-hou'd! he wnp : nation the bolt of destruction on your private; foe*' I
fly the: side of that father, in the &econd} British
.' i::t'fup; in the I Mark! rube: of uty--t'JY! and. liko i j Was the pc'vcr. dignity, sii'l wealth of tl' i .
j I war, fought the son ; and: the glorious 12th of Srp-
'"* volonriu! : b.l *.....';1 :d :fell: in his l : rdc-t! ; !?, .hii:' the i concentred; : in your person to bo so infused ? Hd : at this "
i I *- !:i i niber bears testimony to his unshaken intrepiditv., rulJuirp i 1
"'crc' v.3-so-5; \ii..h: .... t'r:; il.c ruin; that: nulclslc: : '' a foreign, : IVince or Minister committed: ; 1 a like ofTeiiceviih ., A wife: a husband: thuM ilerivd ; a family o'r children ----. 1 I if ii :i
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MJ: viola IIJM b-iMMii f I.- this rule of: \; hi"'h! you '- the ramie propriety might you have made! it a draft ing their existence from this: double reoluticuary NOTICE. 1- '\

tees a ;law of tlc land! ; is i is a construction drawn c-ius-e cf public quarrel, aid ;Piii fioni the ocean and : fountain have ] J
I you rccKIes/, carelessly, perfidiously
Iroiu any articles: of the (0:)",titLtiofl: (11 is it a section the laud hrcatombs of appeasing 1 gbocts. : nnd therefore inhumanly, n-t }helj.lesj and 1I i

,,f the! articles t-f war .' Is :it a rule: of practice which The whole circumfcrencpof your .';;!rat length ox- destitute upon the icy bjom of:he world ; and the I ; :

i.aihig !been acted upon by any one of vour ilus! ri- pajided i itself fill!! to public view: ; the r'-iga of terror children amid grand children of Judge Chase and i.i

Jut proilf-ces-ttrh: COMICS doxv! ;n with force of authorityupuii ; j w.i.% r.nfoldod, and aniiuciple unprecedented. ; ; in ComiKodare Barney are poverty-stricken uj-on) the t

you ? Did i if goveiu ti.c! col iLeL of that great :I th innnl.o! of tyranny, likaa; destroying ang; d l ranged: soil which owes its freedom and fertility, in part, to

niKti in whose tm.uld aceonhng( tll y+mr j iLittfjins) !I through the land, blowing the breath of peatilewc:: their heroic patriotism. eAT

;:fun were funned J If sj, why! should yoi conceal it 1 IUd famine into the habitations< ofoiir cnemic' sir, 1 would Le unwoi'tin the title; of an American wm be Said I

T/it"/ CansthiJt, .>nt+ulthe luw-:<, civilartI miliiar Your cnir.iics.: sir .' IVo ; your pouiical opponents. iiidtron, or an American wife, it I cm not vmmcue ,

wilt justily yon, and all who obey turn ; and the I You call them tncxicei Lut.re they soCan his, and m) children's wrongs. In this htppylnnd, 12 O'CL'IL ON TUESDAY, ;

robes! of power \\'Lich ynn wear cannot be stained: : byAU therehe difference::e opinion uitltuuteemity/ the panoply; liberty protects all without distinctionof i
Gth
act which finds a precedent in the conduct cf any you believe that crcry man who voted %for ;Mr. Adams, age orof ex. In the severity piactised toward of July n&xt, -

.ifyour predecessors. Is it any old principle of newApplication I and who had not received! from you oiie peivoual: in- my husband, (confessedly without c:1Uf'eOD have Bch4 ic \\ie Auction Sttrco ol .

; in the art of government which, having jary, preferred him because: he hated you ? Think injured me and my children-j ou have grievously ,

sscaped the searching mind Washington, and the )'ou, ir,thatthcre is no medium hettvefii i ic'olatry! arid injured them without achieving any correspondent the subscriber, t

keen viMnnofsucct'-diu! Pre.iIeutshasbeen grasped hate .' Is it not because you think there i is no euch good to individuals, to your country, or yourself. Silence THE FOLLOWING !

I It iy your gigantic mind I Or i is, a new, wholesome medium, but becai: your tlczutvl ambition will al-} ; therefore, would be criminal eveoin me ; and .

principle I Ire patentetl to yon. and for which you alone lowofnone. 'J his makes you look upon: all those I when the<< honest and regular feelings of the People! of Real Estate t, .

-; ty receive all the lC\H.h! (c'l1"ryat;; !least) which who voted against you, n" roar bitter foes. I most this country (who cannot be long deluded) shall: have ,

:riucccediiig ages never fa: f :-stow on the first inventor firmly! believe that, saving those whom you had personally .. been restored, and when party frenzy, that poison to Situated in tltc City of Pensaco1at and tVi

of a publif! !bleing r made your enemies, every honest man, in. our national happiness' lihertif-s and honor, shall have: ricittit viz : I

The Oilice. Ha'piu"OIl"- ]>a:.nted youi 1'ublic giving J his suffrage to Mr Adams: obeyed the dictates subsided: I have no doubt that the ct rnii1ating LOT ?No. 260, on Palafox street, 1 I is

:vr.'ks :uul! jour retired niom.-'iits:, from the very cf his judgment and that many did so :a \ iolencs system of "Reform" will be regarded aa the greatest '. ,. 'J.::>>1, on Baylen street y 9
i'44!! en Bay len street and corneringn 'i t
dawu of yuuruhniijistration, and \\ ho. c avidity for to their warmer feelings towards you. of tyranny: though now masked under specious !I Garden street, .

<.filre aid power nail? them utterly rciMe of the My husband sir, never wa your cvczn!;. In the names!, :and executed with some of the formalities! of j I .. lf, fiC! in the Suburbs, *
hcniri I le patriotism and! liberty. It is possible that thid 87, on la Plaza de Sevilla and con
: f eliugK an.l j just rightt of others: cried: oveirlowing} !patiioiism! cf his heart, he gave you the communication nering on the North Cuba .
::: ,.;d! for Rotation in .%nCt). !. that magical jihrat'c fuii : from an unhappy mother, and from a female on st
of his
measures love for lour military services.lie And also--two undivided thirds of the Tract tf I r
6-> f:lllthr to the iVnrijro.furii! of nil nations, and of preferred )fr. Atams! fur the Pre!' idfwy, becausehe I who until now had:.many reasons to love her Land consisting of 800 Arpents, on the other side of 1

ti: : C. your great anti much vaunted pripjiple! of RI'. thoaght hint aalilled, and yj'i uivjcaliiict'' ; ', fur the I I country, will be regarded by you as unworthy of notice the Bay, nearly opposite the city, known by the iame I e
the iround.
cf
friif it !lit, liv what! kind of rotary luo'.iuu i i.< it. ; othorwiae! and your inclination correspondswith Careening 'I
station. He would have brew a traitor: to his count TERMS: CASH. 1

t',::t Ion:1,i) !havL b 'ea !hut a few f year?, or a feur.jMiih1 try, lie would have had even ny corn, and have destTved your power, you have still the means of repairing Bur Order of the SynditS the + .

: ; u. tilico, are swept from the !hoards): while! )our, had he tupjiorted) you ui.dcr such! cir- I i the injury you have done. I am, sir, your obedi Etttate of Jon h Saul. ..s'
t.'tJ"rF ( friends rfapain. who date their oflicialjtlerjiji i ent servant. HENRY MICHELE, Auctionur.:
) !
.... your cmn.>tsr.cc3. II" used no mcuiis to oppose! you. lie MARY D.\R\EY. Pen.!'acola, June 1st, 1530.-14Mos.I I
; : t }perh.ijn I ; fiora tics time of Washington//I
did in
a pttriut'tut.v. a patriot s way.) For this he is '"

Whit-jutcfat.ipi.itj! >n orhilltu: machinery i i. that t!i pI''l'rihcaI-j'ltl1i hJ Oh, how punished: Mybcsrt
xt.h fhi}.--hr"itwiy: thn4e! only which were oppo.edlocllo ( Iiii NEWS. : Tax #
City
hlc'plsls!::;, I write. Crime! sir Did) he commit I s.NOTICE e
tu Scar c: : *-, ;,ud lua\es your f fiieuJiu i fell pos- any oifearc wr.rthv of 'uwi-hJilcllt against GUll, or
!Pl''i'i:Jb'! I v A Ls hereby given, that a deduction office
PORT O/- 1''LllS.l
COLA
against his country, or even against: rim, ? Blush JUNE 12.
I will be allowed on the Tales due the t
Four ..flit i.,] Organ wa ild iuipo rpon tl'e public j\vhi} ;"you read this question'; ; Fpcr.k; not but let the "; DEPARTURES. corporation df this City, for the year 1830; if paid to

the beliu''tltt I : you bad adopted! the JetiVrhonian: ra 1 e"fhL..t I criiusou: negative mantle on your check! No. sir on June 13 the subscriber, on or before the first day of July next t tat

\ ty and cipacity.: and that incnndNnta, as well t the contrary, it was one of the beat acts t of his life. -Brig Mary, Knight, Mobile-ballast. his Office in Palafox street, where he will attend
.., : I June 13-Brig Enterprize, Hitchcock, N. York- each day in the week* from 12 to 2 o'clock, Saturday ,
ipjiirj.f! were tested I hy that infallible tourh- When he bared his bosom to the hostile bayonet of I
i 380 bales Cotton, 4 bales Tobacco, 40 logs Cedar, and Suw-y excepted. t
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!- ut::. The alleged delin !jnenties of one or two pub- his enemies, he was not more in th Stavcs,1000 lb. old
i
.:cor.c.T; !. have fur this been: made a color, and the than: when he voted against you ; and had: he fallen a 2 bowls Beeswax the Copper, ... City Taz Collector.Pensacola. F
&c. by master. .June 4.1 3(1.( 112t
due vf their \'owed mnpjit; has been spread within martyr on the fiolj of light, he would not more have ., -

,1'rstriuus! cunning oxer the kilts of every innocent deserved monument, than he now deserves for having ,1'I -
\Vc .ii'otiee ;
tlim.: : J:ten of those few who have been thus been worse than martyred in support cf the dearest are requested to announce Colonel
JAMES GADSDEN candidate
the
a at
I ; ;urged!, their ir.Lscouduct (reported) was unslUpl'.Ct- privilege and chartered right American free- t
next election Delegate in Congress from the month of !
rd.iltil N August or September, 1827
the was
pryi'ng' ? e} ea of their sucfcssors carne to men. Careless: you are about the effects of your : ,
this Territory.We : STOLEN from the Subscriber at Cantonmeilt <
i.spurt: th' ollicial: records of their proceedingswhenl conduct, would be idle to inform you of the depth Brook Tam[>a Bav, Florida, a Drift drjuvh by the .

<::r diligated ingenuity, ta in duty !bound, could do and quality of that misery which you have worked are requested to announce Colonel tfien Treasurer of the United Stales; Thomas '1-.

!lit l Joss than find them guilty! and therefore could not in the bosom of iny family.! Else would I tell a tale JOS. M. WHITE, a candidate at the next Tucker,for 500 Polish, in faVor ef Lieutenant, John
Page Assistant Commissary ofJSnbsutenee-; i ted ia
have liceu the cause of their dimis4\J.! Your,therefore that would provoke empathy in any thing that had a election for Delegate in Congress from this April, 1827, and numbered 4466, payable at the Bank ,

i; not the Jtflersonian Rule. You ask, re.spectwg heart, or gentle drops of pity from every eye not accustomed Territory.-Floridian 4 Advocate of the United States at Charleston; South Carolina. '

incumbents and applicants, other question* than: to look upon scenes of human cruelty ..... All persons are hereby Draft.cautioned agaiiui gociatki .J x

'is be honest, is he capable ?1" and the answer to your i I with composure." Besides you were apprized of or receiving said BLYDEN VANBAUN i

Scions decides: the: applicability of your rulo. By our poverty ; you knew the dependence of eight little Admtaistratoro/P. Pttitam. !;

*!ias certaiaing %hat your secret rule is not, we children for food & ra meet upon my husband's salury. Pensacola, June 1, lS30. 14-4t. ;

may cokily! come to the discovery of what it is. Sup You knew that, advanced in years as he was, : -

1'V*in Jon 0crious \\hen you *ny you are controlled without tho means to prosecute any regular business, : 1r ;t Notice i

h a. ride, aud that you do not move blindly like other and without friends able to assist him, the world I
GORDON i it i
Esq.
authorized
fnj At-(
*(orni', bm that you have eyes which see, and caw would be to him a barren heath, an inhospitable wild. ADAM e1, daring my abcence flow FensacUu .

uhiehhear, and hence that I Lavo uot yet described You wcro able, therefore, to anticipate the heart- Samuel :Patterson .

Soar role ; there reninins, however, but one motive rending scene whjich you may now realize as the sole Hentacoli, May 22d, 1830-13 & f

which could possibly have governed you- lLnih- work of your hand. The aickncsa mid debility of my BY AUTHORITY. 11

l4Txearr for your political opponent and rnaarJifoT husband now call vpon mt to vindicate his and hiscluldrenVwroog N .

!ourfriutd4'. Thin i ia your rule, and however you The natural timidity of my sex LAWS Of Tflfe; UNITED STATES, PASSED AT tice. : .

1)14'i.wh to-dwSuiHe if, or to Jeceire; the world into vanirfieabefore tho necessity: of/ny situation: and a THE FIRST SESSION Of TIm Tw TI'.Fm5T ALL persons indebted to lb. PfiNSACOXA i

the belief tint your hecrtt principle is something: of a I spirit, sir:! as prom as yours,although in a female bosom CONGRESS.' '..4 OfFlCE, for SubscrfptiM, '44TertUinj i
noMer JobPrinUnr, all reqnestengtfooreio
J l sort, the true one :i.\i.ible to every eye, and demands justice. ; At your hands I ask it; Ref [PUBLIC-No. 40.] can....j tt.,. \ w.

.1 e a rcj m..t ,"Ir. L'. tns .ro-.gli!. your midnight! ad-f j turn to him what you have rudely torn from Us pos AN ACT to authorize tho re-conroyaffco) 6ayt. 2fJlb. ISse.'V. a.," -'



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UNITED STATES' ;LOOP Territory' of l brit a. I t .
CLOTHING ,
OF .WAR HORNET.MTUIE Superior Court E 'a7Jbia. County, 's I .4 N election for Mayor and Aldermen Of +City
.lI\. ofPensacoIa{ ) will beheld
the
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> HATS BOOTS AND SHOES.y. offic" or
flit
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Pensacola April29t'tt 1830. Secretary of the Board of Aldermen, on tHe first
Congress of the United States has !! John I ot'June next. Tolls Monday -
Inncrarity Compl'tvs. O'NEELZ. I to open at 9 o'clock A. .V.
B, passed: subjoined act, for lite benefitof j i 1 and close at 6 o'clock I'. M.

the and William Barnett, Thomas 1 S jut received a fashiouuble assortment of JOHN I
the relatives of officers BA CAMPBELL
surviving '. Barnett j Winter and Spring I ) Ccmuna'.II'.
Daniel F. Borch
,
men composing the of the United States'Sloop ; JOHN BK05NAIIAM, \ of
crew
'I Timothy|i Twitchell, Ben-J IN CIIA CEn.Y. rA" WILLIAM {
of War Hornet. Those who have jamin Journagan, and the I (fJJ1C!) 1ilU! t.1
: claims to the benefits of this act, will pluaso '''unknown heirs or legal rcpresentativels I R-hich he offers for sal!* low fer Cub, FOR SALE .

to 1 present them, as soon as may be, to thisoffice Wyche,deceased.of Thos.Dcfts.QjTJHIS J.. I I AMONG WHICH ARE; A FIRST rate Barge 23 88-93 toni, built in Co.

accompanied by evidences of the following Back! blue, brown and olive dress and frock ?upeifiuecluth nec.b County o< the but materials lenrih
import.If day came the complainant by his counsel )3feet, biemlih! \16 & 4 inches depth 2
feet ,
jijfci on motion, and it appearing to tho court, that j
the claimant be widow of one of the nches, till be old. low for cash or an approved
a the defendants William Barnett, Thouj.i> l
crew, she must prove a legal marriage.If : Daniel E. Burch nnd thl' unknown heir. or l Ifgx: ?- Bane up curd, cassiuei, drilling! and Circassian do V'ANKAUNA WILSON.

the claimant be a child, he or shoO mustprove pre eutativ of Thos. J. Wyche, dec'd. reside beyond ;
the limits of this Territory. It is therefore or :I VESTS
that there is no widow ; that he or she A FXIESHF S1JPPJ.Y
dered that unless they appear( here on or before' tho plain block and figured<< silk velvet, valcnlia, toil
i is the child, and that there are. no other first Monday of September next, and answer the com I I|i net, fancy and plaiu silk. blue and black cloth O .hionable SUMMER CLOTHING, jnl,

children! ; if a minor, then application, with plainant's bill complaint filed herein, the mme will j i i I i \Yuli a vnrirtv ofROUND nrriveil; and for sale by the UndershnieU
be made be taken for confessed against thorn, and the (matters CONSISTING
the
above proof must by a guardian thereof decreed accordill) r JACKETS Or

lawfully appointed ; if more than one child And it is further ordered r.that a copy of thi! order he I Fine Gilled and Black, Brown, and Green BombazemlP*/

claim, then they should join in a power of published in some authorized newspaper in the Dis- plain Ii nh linen Coatees and Frock Coats,

Attorney, authorizing one of their own number trict, once a week for four months., succe siH IY'J SaanTS: : : : : Angola, Circassian, and French Linen do. ""will p

or another person to receive the money A true copy, duck, clittk, cotton und flannel do. variety of
Teste,
for distribution, presenting proof as above. GKO. F. BALTZELL, Cl'k S. C. I:. C. D 1li.WEllS. I! JACKETS.

' If the claimant be a ho or she A. GORDON. Sol'r.
parent, Black ,
Irillhll s.lI CRAY) 'IS, Fine plain, and frilled linen shirts Black
; Ital
I must prove that he or she is the parent, and |>iiin .uid funry do.sti ian cravats and stocks ; silk pocket handkerchief

that there is no widow or child. Hugh Casely, Complainant, frs. r, l'i! i tilovt ;, liosirry, sttipe Sil\ .. Mik and! cotlon Hosiery ;v black harte-ckin, Beater*,
S. Is C1+.\L"1.HY. p: i. i ins [11..I" ...lJ C.i >s, I IsJ I i and linen Iov's silk
cotton
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If the claimants be brothers and si.;iers, or Allen &, 'Dcfts. ) ;: trod wonted stu-
lif- t'.ni.Cbfir ami 1* i ponders ; bl.ick.nhite and seal imli, Of fine
either must that there are no : TC foods. qutljc
they prove IT appparins to the Court that iV Defendants ., nad latest fashion, wilit a general
of
J P'l'( I.-i< 7. tJ-4-ff.! supply
widow no children, no parents, and no bro- not residents of tl.is: lti..irict. ..r, -- -- B
thers or sisters, other than those making the I failed to answortiie bill of cornpiuift! in tui-T ,-i"P-jj N ;
itt. L1t1,

U'C .
try /t ,,L19.1' .
is therefore ordered, that unless the said Dtll'iul.int
If there [be than one ; .i. SQ.i
application. more, I appear here on .\r h lore tl.e tcf'onclIowlay: in J Uit! A i ?. >?urc'\! !for! :iii-K! '-- 'it t. i'o:!: I-=Iind will! he ...

brother or sister then theY should join in Jl' xt, and ausivcrtlie: romplainant's lull h rjn. tin | .::..? rii -,'?1 I'!' ;Ill.: :11: :.March 1e11; iii-ledd. i of 31r.t SlIDES .

the. power of Attorney, as in the case oft j!I 'alllewill be taken for f confessed: a.7-i'iist: ti.tm, and j l-f. .i'r itu ;. ((4- .-'.toil iii.'i !fofitieradvfrti't'inuiit) J.

children.In the matters thereof decrpc-d accoidincly.I And it i:* I I mar. ..: ihi ;-uj ply: ,'l''d. J: tliali Jii\e been pre.iiu.IyVv'm. 1 O'Neil
of further ordered that a copy uf this: order be |.\!)iitial! ;l'-1h CI :' T''I\Qf'ob "Tly l?tt.! J 820.-14tf.
cases however where one or more; .
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in Rome public newspaper of this DLstiict for four il. (.Cliase) :
the children, or of the brothers and sisters, month successively, once a WtwJI \. J. ALBRIGHT S
< .' t. < '..r,/'; of
cngucer!
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cannot be found the rest will be entitled to A true frum the iniiuitfs. '
ropy +t Ri--ii.ia".:, ::::" > ?, '-o-tf. COLUMBIAN
receive their due oportion. I S. BRYAN, 21tr!,. SYRUP.
Mariana, Jark'! on County, \\'. l>. ,F. ---- --";. .' -. ----;;',;:1. -- RKMF.DV: which has proved! itselfslrprliorTo
AMOS KI;DALL. 1 A
;March 20th.) It :>o.( .I. _' =l Jr'OJ! _s. axes.: Sw.iim's or any of the Panaceas: fur the cure

TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ( ; Thos. Baltxell, ('.,11I1'\1\ ." :\lInrlJ()'. ,. of ; he following; diseases, viz :
r vITT V,1': cf'itvi'axe
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4th Auditor's 29th It>30. ) ..' .... .. NECROSIS, (oraftccrion of the bones,) KING'S
Office, April, Territory of Florida.Western I :' Ii : ; rr, ,' r- i- i'iu; : :" ottl-i'! >irreiarvn.il EVIL, (ur ?; CIWrULA.rHln.. SWELLING;
No. ,! 'I:" : : !ri :.:. '.1, \;-!iil r 1':111111 open for ;
[PuuLic- 33.: ] CAISri'.RoUS; : and invftciaie
ULCERS
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District, Superior Court L,'cm'ibia : :; i miry : I.. %It, I.lt-r..:.i.'d! 'ji two 'reck; LIVER ;
An Act for the relief'of the widows and orphans '. stu.i BILIOUS COMPLAINTS ;
Ctiintf.tPon :-O.1 'tr ; ;,.,' j<:; .
/ i RHEUMATIC ailcctions of ihc/nead & SYSTEM
rind Marines
Seamen
of the Officers, ; !
!':arola.! Ap'-il I'i.:1 1AndrewJP. t r.. 1"r f'tlf'ra".v ;
IIc'l
War .
of the Sloop of met.He I IILCKR5' : of the MOUTH and THROAT.
Fiuip House ; .
it enacted by the Senate and ofRepresentatives -- -- --- -- SYPHILIS. end nil" other diseases in
nvisiiig
of John :: l'c'daau! .1 i tnt
; :Simps iii j
of the United States 1 to \ iJ. 1 :/ ii.., <. iruplO,Hr use of IEHCURA \'.
( ; (
Edgley. ; .: ; J, : [
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j, a penei.i; drj.uifiiiye article clesnserof
America, in Congress asscwl/lcd, That 1'-'. i .L.. or the
.. F'""".. ,! hllud Hlis rfincdyos..'eses invntuil.onml nO\\llril.. i,
The ur.known 1"r''r; jVi-.j-, ..
such there he and in ( ; -- A ---
\vidows if : r'itrii
i c tce ,
ny M I :ailprurf' the app'tile hnsLs. .
i Thoma" J. W\rb ., iJ.'riviM' : I' I. rota'ited;! (I atuappointed f > ie r< IUlu'kall:
there be widow! tin! chil.l or chililicu 'fl'ct of ilt-priting the Ain ..
no ; of il.Hl llou LSIious
HIS d't! \' tlC', t:.., "H.I .;1'" I : .... .-: 1 i iJ () '1 ] : y
if there he child then tlio or { : ; : : .. '. 1 :l. ;iut, \ JiL'h is so common ;in biliou
ui)!: .no p'tivnt i on '!lotion. ''n'I :t :11"..,: ir-. .. ,.:: i r-H! ,- : constitutions

parents ; and if (there he no parent: then. the : the o''urt by t'ida\i it! ; I-jii. r,.,,' :.,r .;j"m: I :,'j. ." '';//.r./ (.:( Line, J. ALBRIGII'rlilat1eI/ ,

brothers and sisters of the otlicers, seamen! ,' 1.''i:: or repre-cnirtiv'j.- "f '". :iUt.r.: J. ;"it. ; ''.-"- I\ The proprietor, in offering his '' tun,

and m trines, who were in the service oi'tiieUnited.Stntes : cca-Ji'J. are not ii'.v.jii.-ri': : ; o*' '},': '?'.- :-.r.: ,,...-. It ". A.M i) I SYRUP" to the public, furnishes a few of Coi.y.MlA5 the
.' mscran.trkahle -
; then-f'irordered! tl.at: ij'M I r N; :I'u K .. his andW. /
Agents
>; cures
and lost in the United Slate= [ performed by the in
same
.: : trsriuiony -
b<'f.r>? (tie! firs Morniay' 'I't! ; 11.1' I.- t -i.u answer of its
of War Hornet shall. be entitled to % :.. :..1.:.' ."" ".i i ;.1.I.IS I I:1!. superior rene*ilal powers, as given hint
Sloop tliKO
and receive, out of any money in the Treasury kutUrC: .)t1t.4! ::tU, iiud LI..; ill'.'( ';:' 'ii;1, rvyi"sltcrC'.I :: Jlnacll Hunt.I' of the ( United States persons, us residing a just in rret different it due to pans the

not otherwise appropriated, a sum accordingly. !I IAnd --..-.'''-. i.,. i i.T .-..tl.ri.arv.; l'i\ -C-'J-Ginlenvintr jsanitt I as well as being ihe mc'ansof conveying Cit
-- -' -- -- -- -'- -- --- -- ---- '
it i is further on''*', rV < <' il-is --- sheir fellow!
equal to six months pay of their respective1' !'- ;! ll: > or- t creatures who are similar!) a Sic ted u
be ji-iblisl'cd in .,!! a'ittl'1'-"..-/1 iiovxrj'-sij f.. piiu'cd: I \ 1'., :.i.iee1r ; 'sure, speed and effectual rt'mcdJ-Rft
deceased relatives aforesaid the tenth :. that
on ... ej if .
.: in li trict filorrsa:.! week for; mfdicincs
I
:
ti'; oicc: a : io.r u (Jnt !!i ;I many are at thi; time dislributed boat

day of September last, up. } to which thy the !: .iaece.ivrl.! !I w'i H!: "=!', -r, ://tl'r intend, th- JhiC'l: for I.c' 1 the country, held forth to cute diseases, upon

arrears of pay due the deceased, sh.ill be I A true ropy! !, _* :": .'-.'?!: o/n .j\:.: l-l i.\\".May; next ; mil+l ante muteI 1 I wiiirh tucy have not the slightest influence, some

allowed and paid by the accounting officers i\v-i le; (;ir.o.: r. LTZfLL., I I rrtp.---. ;.l!ll! ("' r...tits: lud'-bm't{ lo the late frn: of -t whit li they hail tried pri-uops tIle use of the
cik. s. t' /r. it. 1'. I I be
I
yrvp. ns WilY seen hy their own
of the : & Gates AtteMatons.
IJ-iinus
Navy Department. .S/j/'r.! The
A. Goruiov' ; I inrdicinis so highly '
reputed
., .. ... .. by some of the!
Approved, April 24, 1830.: --- - -- ---- ')r u. !irr.-i-lf: f\vii.-i.-. '' iii/ic*; or accounts !have }become i :t:>y :.;inr.s f(:-i" the cure of various disease, that to

POt Johnath.m Bralll'; )', CO.IM.! '.. iii.v.r! ) I I','-.f }t !It' :' :! :! !I!': n> tli .:c pa'Int':lt. 'J Iwse who' (!rI" > I jii-i: plot ijeioi's own knonleJfp, ten gentlemen cthe
The editors of the Easern Argus, t- .>1. t ; CH'iC Era.. ,. i mciiical fatuity! induced
I >! nviil:: lit t h.elt.b''t' 1l i.x notice. nnM not roniir I' were to try it in digUnses -
lands Maine ; Boston Malesman, I\e\v Toil Nun'-y Branie\;! Di-ifti'l( l int. ) !I ]i'1' '! tl L f.. ','.1'! ti:(ir accounts in the hands of an t to which U.ey themselves had been subject,

Courier. American Sentinel, Philadelphia, THIS: dlyeaQe; the r.tanuualls: hit I b.i't'i ul'l'd, ';; :Ar.cr ".. f.,r (IJllt.c:iUlI.I' und found! great benefit from its use ; one pnriicu-
it appearing, / ; to iii<- (' uitl.\I !! e r.i'iJ! vil lady sitiiiig in Allentown N. J. whose
Richmond
Baltimore Enquirer Samuel I Gates. disaoluliojiwas
Republican ; of C'h':rlcsIS. :*trey'(;.!. 'I-.it LI!. ,!i" r.i.l .; nI.:I.: ''* uti; i I : tl.rcatrned by a '

; American Mercury, Charleston, S. C. Oldie Di-strict anti l T,':. 'it ," -UK? !L't': 'II; .\"I'n.d! i!I IVr. .-.-,.!'.. :: r.r"J: 1 15. 1'?: !)-. -tf. plaint, which had:! previously severe resisted attack his of Jiver com-

and Gazette Pensacohi ; will pie e givy the hill nf ctinipl-'iint !:i-i d! .'i 1'.j. t.' I".-. it t I.< Jh-e- ; '-------, ';-n '-- was in the coursr of a few weeks own restored treatment

fore n"d\''ret. tllat .1111.". -i.-J: '. !;.-.j-l .: !fi'.Tt' l"'H SALL. .
the above six insertions, and forward their .t(>i j- 'Ir !: : lo the enjoy !nt of pel feet health,
on or t before! tii'!! .Mi'iV.-jd: \'.,, -,1..\ i.TJ I c'" m-xt, andan : The! nctounts which have
accounts for settietnorlt.l : 30 6t. 1 :t :'f v.ri; '/- :, ;.. -4i* !),w lie... -tt Mr. John Gnrdf agtnt.s: pf.its "Ihe Union Fjieaking t of
1\LIY ccnfcsrrd! :i;; i'.1) l b'l. .iid the mafis: !' ihc good effects I
: theri-in decreed acconlinily.And ) I; :) .: i-i-! .) '! rt I {t.i'; on :.Mulatto! said; vessel i-? about jironced by the syrup art sufiicieni -
in this
compile al time
; -': I' 'ti.,!tii--i.: 'J lit* Ihlllo lie sold "er.arate cr an octavo volume of
it i is further! ord..vd t l',1' '- t.t'tti'-ind the '>i i: upwards of two hundred
n ,, .. ii.U I |pages to enumerate nil
NOTICE. t :. ',1. v. ::1.11 :>, .iiicjiord, sails rigging, and!
.
the
fon'goingoi'de.r, h > |t'llLi-a'! ; i i.1 :-1: ---v j M.-IT of.th'u rotes
.. of fin nilire.'V'r .
t'I
:t ; <- i.i; "I )[
i
rs[HIE Subscribers having entered into copartnerL ; laStrlCt/Il''ra m'VI111131h-t'.:II.- :.1 .ii.-->i.Li.o.5>i i\ ) The doses of the Columbian! Syrup,'* air judiciously

f hip, have on hand and expect to Keep a constant ly. C'I'I .'11.--" \), pioinrtionftl| and adapted to the age and

supply:; of the following articles: vi Inch they' ()lii!ron I A true copy from the milu..te:>. : ;::1'\1/] :\ /'{XU* ab-.Mit 30:) tons buithen, sttcn lh of the htiinnn svstein. It ;is so perfectly!

the mo.-t reasonable ternn, viz :- :>'. BRYAN, ClcrJi.Mariar.n.Jacksfin \\Ii kno ..'.1 .:: 'i' n. t' !' t.d! -, \\fll! fyiind with cat :innocent, that no oil efccls neeil Le apprehended

40 Raps preen Havana Cofie1, I : County \\'. D. I'!. blft-:. ..BCM'is. :!'!P i .1'.::;' t.'tl!...-;!-. !"i'I his vessel v."aha. .< fiotu it, when taken! agreeably to time direction.

8 Rbls. N. Orleans Sugar, I .March 2i'tli' IHJI: 1 .it iu t'i-' '.>y '.j lit! ..'.. .-. L''. tic! iie.-t of IuatL'ulIS It may be given without any apprehension to t'ie

4 Bhls loaf and Lump. do. Thos. Baltzell, Complt'.s Attoniey. illl.1 {'II.i. .' ." .' ;.,: ) : ;'I !' "' I most tetulei infant or feeble ailuli.

15 Chests Y. _----- '1 L. -:.i.i''i: -\. '" I'.'U bfj iTMii? (ll.p pJitscribei's I
Imperial, Gunpowder, .11y'.unt1ld: 1tilLbll.ll.lircuIStiyuernrr; NOTICF.
Tea NO'fI JI;. .-t-'.i:, ..n : ::'' r. '>' -;n't: i !;;.' vu--<-l, tlu-y trill ; HavlIl'C'OtlllJ'u
Hyson .
t'd
: the Uicf: ..'.
albringr
be 'nd! !1.lit lo'i.'w ..t.:'. .. .'; ..- .-. I. "
-2 Chests superior Imp'l and ( ulIlowdrr} do. in :: v. > ; ('ut.GNlat.tY :4.rnl'l' il: my own piivafp
IX t'ecla'Ifrdat ', III' the largest prcuC
( (a joie : croditors -r
2 Ib. Canisters ;-; Aiinii I /omrarly two !irs, and hatia ,
} ;: witsn-sseil its d! -
h.. \ ,) I "\inapply:; \\ I t> lh: lion. Judge of tl'e -
20 Boxes Fperm Cundlos, ( 's and :Vs, I cidfd cilii'.icv: in many ases; wlmit lin.l
Count Court of Jack! m Com.tv.for, letters of Ad- Ajrvt f ) i-l-tirafJ L. /V.irat'l previously
f Boxes tallow do. ii'Sisud 11..' usual t 'uedit I
i ( i with
i
miry
iniui>tritiuu, on thue.-Uti! of rft-th J?. l/i tig-ton, de- :i it.I:: ,re ./i ,.,)trrt 1'iroiKH.Notke much plea
. 1 du-k sup'r win'.er strained sperm oil. : MU ssvo ::'.i ti'stiusony in il> fnit.nr, aud wii! !
CO shot ,various ,, cea'-ed. p .". ,,1 /q.i! '!" .-,"- : ytiotPTi
laka! 'c ;, THOMAS! : : OllAIAN.Webbville ( t:1. i, f tv oi ihf/ meat! rrualtitle torts! Ilftl 1"01 wed l>v

2 Casks: Bacon con-Utmg of hagw, shouldersand April} =th. I '3(1.Jualcatllan -- the same \. !.ifli came ruder nn'" ItQ!(c,'.

sides, tojLr rkek |Vir. .loiai Hii: >'Mii"s !son, of Abin;;ion township

2 Tierces Rice. 10 boxe Raisins, Uruutlcy, Coiupl't. ) I.N .CIl 'nHo + .\\IIIII'I'! : ''' "v count.rl'a. of ulcr isiL! ,n of the moot!;
1 Bb). Almonds, ] tfo. London Mustard, .uJ ipiiicuticn] for Di- _' '! I II an-I: tmast: and viofpnt iritlannn-tlicn of the rye

10 Doses: F. Cruimnelm and CB'S Cliocalate Nancy Brtttlev',1)et't: () vorce.IT I I h'u'.'-' _",1I..j'l!. a I liar cis! trim I had! :Uv'ro>cd the soft parts of ;h:
No. 1, ir.r.MT ;:!pal' iaotuf the n Hllh. that it (Liid baic
of Court that the
10 Rbls. Whiskey, 5 tlo. N. l:. Hum, appearing to the satif'ieu (ha and
ins'U'S maiu ils'd.r into the nose.lIrto.l .
It is therefore I A MarJfft will be St. Rosa
1 5 Rbls. American Anchor Gin, : resides out of tilt Territoiy- ( opened' : Muv l 1\t'ISOII, t'f Wilmington, Dd! ofconfaincdirrrutiili
ordered that this suit be bet for hearing at the
C Rbls. Newark Cidor, Lland, in which j under which she laboured nearly three
next term of this Court.
1 Cask London Brown Stout
II had extensive
jfarri'n: scrofulous!
ulccralisns
(5; Bbls. super/in/ Flour, 8 do fine do. I It is further ordered that a capy of tilt order U published 7 or aooaoeoUf on the: left ..itl"i of il.e neck down to J.n breast : the
authofi.-ed for
iu soma one of the ; newspapers
20 '
Kegs:: Richmond chewing Tobacco, I J J breast v -ry much enlarged ; 'her I leis arm swoll.ti
2 Boxes do. Cavendish in small plugs. I three months siiccef.siely.A BRICKS and users and her head on the nflbctrd side re

5 Hhds. superior leafToh-cco, true copy from the minuter. dinilCII the shoulder, and violent pain iu her
I BRYAN (lal,.
8 Boxes Havana Cigar, 20,000 Melee do. Mariana Jackson '%'.S.V. F. may t be disposed: of fur the use of the furtifmcttilllsdurhig sji tent, General Thomas Snyder, of Rheumatic
1000! common do. Ccuntv, the 18GK: ( ;: affection of tile head: followed! by an ohctrnciion of
I Iron and steel in bars, Plough :\ !.", and a general! March 20th, IriSrt": year I, the I nostrils ; severe pain iu the upper jawcect( nAmg -

assortment ofHAKDJI'AJlE. Thoa. Balt/ell, Compl'H. Attorney. T lIT size of time Bricks mint not.be )less than from the nose over the cheek hones ; the cnrokcflbiing

-ALSO- 7.r( IIIrheo..lIol.11I01P.lIwll: H6-T! H.C.I"' '114"\ high state of 111t.llul1Iariou.1\Jr. VaIcutinc '

nGates variation iu the size j is nllo\v<:u. in ruin-i'lnatioii oi IJoiaet of ulceration of the b-ft novlril, oListructlnn .
A choice collection of Liquors and the unequal shrinkage of the clay in burning and dry i of the same ; loss of smell{ difficulty 0 f

Wines viz : Keeps constantly on hand a choiceselection run it. It i is desirable: however tiiat tin required breathing, and severe pain of the system-Mi.
thickness! ('J 1-t inches) should be produced 1 as nearly Musick'* wife, son and ll'lUghlcrIn.. Musick

1 Pipe superior Cogniac Brandy, of ae po sihle. : Chronic Rhoumntism. with which she had been
r 1 do Hol ands Gin 3 The Bricks hen} utTered for sale will be
puncheon Jam. runt, V\ inspected afflicted upwards oT sixteen years ; her son of tea lit
4 1 Cask Sicily Madeira, L ; GROCERIES.consisting t and) received, if fraud to bo of a qnality suitableto bead, and daughter of scorbutic affectiun of the .

1 t 1 do. London particular Tenenffe, Claret. Ac. ofSuperior time o>n>. :i action of the PutlieV Ol'ki.'helle.cr gum and discharge from the left *ar.-Stephen "

TNT subscribers have lately received a ncwFup.ply an inspection results in tho rejection of a cargo of Snare's lion of carious affection of the shin ncaiir

of Boms, Brognns, Shops and r'umps-Genlle- .Liquors, Bricks, .no part of tIll cargo ic ill be received ; but the the whole of the shin bout* was dcstioyed, together;

men's fine Beaver Hats, of the latest fashion, 2 cases whole will be sent hack to the owtinN. I I with many of the smaller bones of The foot.-Mr .

Wool do. &c. &c. &c. I Teas, The market will be closed on the 31st of December James M'Minn, of liver complain: and asthma

Now in store, and will be sold low for cash to closea orjtsmnch sooner as the required supply may be which :lie had upwards of nine!t'lu-l\hs. Mycis

concern, one complete Dining Sett Liverpool Sugars, furnished, of which due notice will be given. of ulcerated are mouth and throat, and her dRUg

Ware, with a general assortment of Crockery. Ao! I I'aymcnU: on Bricks delivered, will be made ter of ..erufull\. Besides the Ir.ruies above cnumvraled

-,'+ 7 dozen Fancy. Cliairs. Spices, !.; whenever demanded ; but it would be more convenient I prescribed the Syrup with great success

FINLAY & GATES Fresh Floar I 1 that settlement should be made at the expirationof in mercurial cases and Kecoudarj ijphilis

Pcnueola, May 21st, 1830.tfNotice each month ; or, of each quarter terminating respectively In giving this; testimony of the rneiiH of tie

Hams &c. &c. on the 31st of March 30th Juna, 30th "Colnmbiun 8)'rUI)0"U\' divested
': my.Jdngonge
September, and the 31st of Dec-ember.
"Which he ofFera! for tale on the most accommodating Tle: sum of nine dollars will be paid for every entirely of technical terms, the better I.. be under
derstood by those! to whom it is
,
tcrma. Also, a small. invoice of-' thousand bricks delivered at Sf: Rosa Hand under intended to convey
its effects. The
I. length of time the dUeasea han&
ADAM GORDON Ksq is my authorized At i t1s11IT131u.Consisting the conditions stated. j t: .,t'en dissipated, convinces me, thai the cure arc

), during. ; my ah.<>nr* from Pensacla. I Wm. H. Chase, i I permanent, and! it may with propriety be said, that -

Snriinel Patterson. of Ii I i Capt. Corps Engineers.. \ jg hcalinj qualities rank it amuKg' the Gist rcrne-

Heniacoln May 22d 1830-13-3 Fancy Chairs, i 1 St. Rosa: Island, March J5th, 1830.--3-tf dies of the present day.

JOHN I.MAYftYEi: M. 1>.

Ladies Work Stands, : NOTICE. Philadelphia. March 6, 1828.

Notice.ALL Dining Tables SIX weeks'after r date, I shod apply to the JPrerid- The above ineiitiou Medicine ran le procuredat
dollars bottle of
three per quart the Subscriber*
persons indebted to the PENSACOLAJ I Justice Jackson County Court, for letters
AZE T OFFICE, for'Subseription.Ad- Bureaus &c. &c. !jI of Administration de tonisnon'on the estate pf Caden who will cilTibit alluded to any person Doctor applying, the certificates -
of
7 cure to by Mayweg.Vaubaiin .
ferrlsfhf' 'n?d Job Pricing, aje requested once i Faircliilds deceased. I I
# more to cal) and tettic. At the New York priccsJo close a Cou gn.mont. MARY' FAIRCHILDS. I & Wilaqn.tt .

11a29th.. .. 1830. I. 1\farch15,1830-3-tf\ March 10th, 1830-4-. ('eosacnr' IGth January, 1 R..1).






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