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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 26, 1830
Publication Date: 1828-1830
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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rOLe VII. PENSA.COLiSl1'URD.AY JUNE 26, 1830. No. lUll
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PfllN'THl UELKLY: i provisions of this act,, relating to the first Clubman: Nathan LockwoodDennis) Jonr-i: Src12.. And be it further enacted, That ]ment of inland} navigation and the cOnstruc-

I; mentioned draw and tin Coip-ir.ition of! Robert Milton, James Needs, Christophci he Secretary of War be, and he is hereby tion of highways in the several State Letus
'1': !1 lt.O nlC: On..
rb'R. lieurielown, shall apply to the draw last Ward, Iiliakim Clap, William Pew, Revolutionary authorized ard required, to place upon the then endeavor to attain! this benefit in G

: lut: or; THE 1.\W-5 I IrnLl : mentioned and the Corporation Washing- soldieis] ; John McClama sailor, ; pension, roll the name of James Royal of mode which will be satisfactory all. That

I ton i and Christopher Sype{ a musician ; and restore : Ttnncssco, at the tate of eight dollars per hitherto adopted] has been deprecated as

Oft1tc Unttd S tati,and tIthe Territory of. Florida.TCRMS. < Sec 9- And be it further enacted, That to the same list the names of Archibald i ituniili, (10 be paid at the same time, and in an infraction of the Constitution by many
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----- ----- --- nothing contained in tiiis act shall bu considered Jackson, Roger Merrill{, David Colson, : ;he same manner(, as! pcnsiurs are usually of our fellow citizens ; while by others it hasbeen

: I, as jnvinj!; a construction to so much of,. Samuel Parson Zadock Mon is, Jacob Cra- paid! to commence on tho first day of Januaiy viewed as inexpedient. AH feel that it-

DOLLARS '' in ailvancv.: if j the llill ; ( Lucas Jacob one thousand eight bundled and twenty has been employed at the barmc-
.IVT p r annum pay ;: the tenth and eleventh sections of o'i: i mer, JaBI(' D5dson; : ieorge expense

.- mont is deferred I nis months, SIX nOLLl\L USflTAilverti.jprnent3 : ;; charter of said Bridge Company, as ichitcs::"Reditigton, Ebentxer: : Bee inn:! Charles : lIillr.I ny in the legislative! councils :" and adverting

wilt he r""r1:tired. jto i the construction of draws in said hI itlgp.( Sterns, Xnchc'iis!, Rich, Fr.'mris Newton, Joshua ,I Sr c. 13. And be it further enacted, That to, the Constitutional }power of Congressto t

: inserted: l conspicuously at ONE A:-muw Srnn\M: : ; Spears, Xephaniah Ro-s, Leonard Coil' i i the pensions: aforesaid! shall he paid out of make what t consider a proper I disposition ,.

DOLLAR for every fourteen lines o r less, for.'I Speaker of the llnuse of Hcpf*,aitativcs. and loses Weld, and to p ty then each at any months in the Treasury, not otherwise: ( of the surplus revenue; I subjoined the

the! first! iiHrrlton, and FIFTY CENTS, for cars ;' Jon= C. CAI.IIOUN, I the rate of eight; dollars a month! I, coumienc-; 1 appropriated, in tl.c simu! : nicinner as other l following: remarks :-" Td avoid these evils

contil1l1anl' -ll1n,I'r ones hv the same nil**. I i J! /'resident re f tlit Unite States, I ing; on the first day of Januury. : eighteen j t, pen>itip.sare, non JIiI iubuf. -. it appears to me that the most safe, just and ,
I I j i be made
and of "
,..a'I: : t I and President o the ;:;cllatr. : hundred twenty eight.
\ of I be enacted That ; ; nil! CilSfS of tie! death of any of ihe pensioners the surplas revenue, would be its .""
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.a'I I Approycll1.1..\' 14, l0.ANDKKW. ,! S 1 l JACKSON. i i the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby, : tainted iu this act, leaving a widow, ment among the several States according to
,tf rBY:1U7"IIURITI such widow shall be entitled to receive the their ratio of .i
authorized and required to pay, instead of representation ; and should
: lll'arS of pensions; due at the decease of herhusband this
bt found
Beck- measure hot warranted
[PlTBLir.-No. 46.] their present pensions, to Humphrey by tho
I I under such rides and regulations as Constitution, that it would be
Levi Huihaway and) Jacob Zimmerman, expedient trt
,
the :jit: ,
AN ACT to ilnr tho time: of holding 1 the Srcretf.iv of War rcscribl'. the
sessions of t the Lctii&l.itiVC I I Council 1 of the I i iTerritory i: Revolutionary soldiers, the sum oTeight, dollars i I Approved i May lO may 1SS0.t propose it.The. to States nn amendment author K
izing
dollars!
four
Florida. a month \o the two former, ;
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lie it enacted by tilt Senate and ffnusc oft I II to the latter, and eight dollars a month each ---- (power Federal;
,
''toMinney Ryneason and George: Duncan: Government to construct or promote works
R']JJ'csfntatiL.'I's of ihe United States of! : CONGRESSIONAL.MAVSVILLE .
I I America, in Congress assembled, That; the: i i I soldiers of the late war, to commence respectively of Internal Improvement, presents itself in F

I Legi: I itive Co'incil; of the Territory of Flj- on the first day of January, eigh- ROAD BILL. two points of view : the first, as bearing ; '

LAWS OF THE UN'ITKU: STATES, PASSKD AT i I rida shall: commence its session on the l first teen hundred and twenty eight. on the so'ereignty.ofthe States within whoso q

TilE FIRST SESSION OF TIIU TWENTY-IURST |1 1COXGRESS. 1 I : Monday. January in each; year, instead of Sec. 5. And be itfrrthtr fiiactej, Thilt.1 t tt ITousr. of Rcjircscntatii'Cf, May 27, 1SG>0. limits their execution is contcmplatedi fju- ,:

;:| I the Secretary: of War be, and! he is heieby : Th'j following messige! was received from risdiction bf the territory which they may

[PUBLIC-No. 4:).] ILrented!j j : I authorized :and l required! :: to place the !namesnf ; the Pu-sident; ul'thc United States return- occupy, be claimed as necessary to their}pre-

AN ACT to alter the Bridge and Draws \I:'I Sec 2. And be. it further enacted, That 1 I James 'r-ci'iIliaud,! Ilenrv!t r Horror, Jr.ir.tFeirell :: -? I HI: !! :u ;tho Houj'cof! I iii ("PI''sntatn'es: t the I enr scna'ionand the use : the second, as asserting {

. across: the Potomac, from Washington i the first ami third sections of an art "to I Exalt Ritcliey, Georcc: \\". Mo'.li-! i r r-.lled bill rnrsiK'fi f,,.'. A<'f authorising I ( n : t 1 simple national right to appropriate in money from
I | c aid of
such
!I amend f for the of son, Robert Gumblet: Roliert Currey, treasury work, :
act
Alexandria.
Cit)' to : an apprehension) : crimi-I >ubs.ciptiun of stock. in the M.i\svillo. Washington -
He it enacted by the Senate and House :j nals and the punishment! of criini( : I \\'illiiJn:; Ferguson, Levi M. Roberts, 11 ilh : Paris; rim! Lexington Tin, npike{ Road when undertaken by State authority, surrcn- ': f

of Representatives of! the United States of;jdemcangrs," passed: by said Lf'uMativei i h Ham M. F ow.er, E hl ICZl'l' Lotd, Joseph1 Company," kith his obj(;cioiis: thereto. |dering the claim of jurisdiction. In the first :
Booth John Carlti-H second soldiers, ol : view, the question of power Is aft open one,
America in Congress assembled. That tin i Council the fifteenth day: of November: : ;
To the House .
of and be decided
Kiprcsentaticcs without
Corporation of Gowniftown, in the Districtof j eiiihtecn hundred and twenty nine, lit', awl the Late war; Tandehesio, a Seneca warrior, : can the embarrass-
(JF.XTLnxii.r: : .; : 1 h\e; maturely considered mcnt attending the other, from the
Columbia, e.tnd t shag>' :ure hcrcliy! authorized I':the same are hereby annulled.Approved of the late war, Thomas Flemmir, CorneliuIluson arising
f !the! !hill! proposing authorise "a subscription i practice of the Government
within six moiiuit from ihe passing of May 14, 1530.I'rnLtiNO.47. Steplifii! Twist, Willi.im; Turney,
this ,act, ti> fonn :t chill, in: the bridge leading t i James Riley, and Adri"m Pctci r'J ou the li:.t ,I of stock ill the !M'.ysville: Washington,]. Although frequently and strenuously atf' |||| ,

'f from Washington! City to Alexandria; across: i [ .] )f .1 inv.1:1;';;.1 1 irate pensioners, audio 1 pay I ilitruiit 1 !t tit: ,i"I piiisnn'l! i ?"; L"\ii :.11)11. 'I. ;I! flpil;e Road Company 'i. tempted, the npwer, to this extent, has never -
f and now return the same to the House been exercised l I-y the Government i in ;
l le thin MX t of iloliars earh a
the Potomic river, not :-; sixty I An Act for the relief sundry Revolutionary eight per mcnt! commenciii -
j feet in length, nor less.: thin! t\\vl\i i f'.ictidc( ; i and pther! Officers and Soldiers s, and.01.'' 1.I respectively on t'to first day of'J all- 'If Representatives! to which it originated, single instance. It does not, in my opinion- w "
with my objections: in its pa sace. 1 possess it ; and no bill, therefore, which ad-.
of iltlH red and
and fur defraying l tiio: ovp.-iKi' m iking I other purpo"1 tI 1 nary, eighteen twenty i-Sg'nt.
said draw, the sun: olVix thousand: dolltrs i Jlc it the Senate and House Sec. 6. And be it further enactid Th.it Sincerely friendly to the improvement of hilts it, can receive my official sanction. .
I enacted by ofRepr"scntativcs of rods and "anaL! But in the
he, and dip sano: is heir iy appropriated: t: of the United States df the Secretary of War he, and he :s; horcbv., our country by moans ;, other view of the power; Iho ,
\ i that of in the is
regret anydid'cre nce opinion question differently situated. The
ground
out of any unipptopriateu money in the I America in assembled That the authorized and required to plr-ce:! the names
t'angi-efs mode of to it should exist between taken
tit of
contributing an early period the Government
Treasury.Sec. ,' of War and he is i of the following persons upon the invalid pension !- .
be
Secretary hereby, authorized us and if in stating this difference I "; that whenever
; was, has been raised
2. Jlc it further enacted, That the and required to place tIC! of last; t, at the following rates, to wit ; Si- money at
names
what thn, occasion be deemed the
Le.yond -
: go may Dy general authority, and Is to be
Bridge shall hereafter : las Pease and Peter Shire, at the rate sleight: aPplied -
Company
Washington John L. San tel Snow
i Pollcresky, a major, : +; j call for 1 findr.
: .
to hope t ) r jijmic i > III. to a particular measure, a question aria
he required lo keep eight reflecting lampsto and David Mcade 11 dollars n nioir.h: ewes ; Joshua Hill: Henry ;
Kand..lph, captains Syl-
1 ; the great Importance: of diP subject! ; an unfeigned ses, whether the particular measure he within -
U, Richardson
of which four Barton Roheit J
be lighted during the night, {t vanus Wood, Samuel Gerock, William Hol- l\lophctJitIlWS for the
from the enumerated authorities
: high source vested in Con-
J hall be at the principle draw, two at the. : and Daiiiel Depii} at the rate of five respect
(: 1 Nathaniel Elliot lieutenants and
gatand ( ,
; ;} branch
uliu'htliis of it hits emanated and I fit be the
gress. money requisite for it
each end of the dollars three and third cents cant
smaller draw and one at I thirty ono ;
: Wuuder in the Revolutionary
George an ensign, -
an anxious! wish to he correctly understood may be applied to it if not such
I ; no application
.
the of six dollar
bridge and in repairing: said bridge, the War the list of Benjamin Gates, at rate ;
;
on Revolutionary "
contiiuents: in the, of all be made.
: The
by my discharge can document in 4
Company: and hereby are, permitted i William/ Carnage, Isaac Plumer, Thomas R
,
may and] them each the
Pensioners! to at
pay du+i'",. l of sentiment which this first
Diveisity
1 my amongpublic principle: was advanced is of
| Gilbert Jonathan Edr Asa Pratt Eli-
to reduce the width of the bridge1 to twenty of dollars month trls, : ,
rate a commencing
four feet, leaving four feel on one ide of j the twenty first of thousand sha Douglass, John Pearle, \\- Hl! ;im Clark, t functionaries, actiated by the same deservedly high authority; and. should ber l
on day January, one
I jrncj-tj motives the character and held in
remembrance
on tendency grateful for its immediate
said bridge for foot passengers, which shall, hundred and Jonathan Hoyt, and Henry Joiui5on, an Indian
eight eight.
twenty of particular is inciGelCnnHUil in
I measures, an agency rescuing the from
'.varrior of the Six Nations at the rate country
and sufficient raili.nghe ,
:
by a strong separated Sec. 2. An be further enacted That
to all!; and the much
governments, more existing abuse, and for its conservative
from the wao.Sec. of four dollars a month each, commencingrespectively
carriage! the War bo and he N
Secretary hereby, I I !to be in which like; effect
expected one of
ours, owes upon some the most valuable
the first of prin-- ;
January,
3. And be it further tnaded, That, the on day
authorized and
to
rcpuired place names
its existence the
to freedom of and of the Constitution.
opinion) ciptes" Tfie
said draw the side ofhe hundred and eight. symmetry
in making opposite eighteen twenty
of Samuel Hoadly, !htq a major, Robert '
must be upheld ,, thrtsnme infiuc-nce. Controlled = and of lie,
purity Government would
That y dcubt-
Sec. And be it enactl ,
above and below tine! bridge, shall bo 7. further ;: ,
warps Kane in volunteers
curved off in circular; form ; and the side of I Zachariali, nn adjutant S. Conger a John corps Downer Stephen ; the Secretary of War bo, and he i is hereby !, ns wo thus arc, by a higher tribunal, less, have been better preserved, if this restriction .;,
,
'
the spaces: covered by said draw, shall be Shea and Miclrjel Fishel lieutenants directed to pay to Ann Little! aehlli, i"tr<;- !I'U'tore which our respective acts will b; canvassed of' the power of appropriation could :
: ; I .
estate of William Little } with iln* indulgence due to the imperfections have been maintained without its
sufficiently and strongly planked up o.a: each: and henry Starring, Jr., an ensign in the trix of the deceased } weakening: !
shall tho 'mountof of said! William of our nature: ; and wi'h that intelligence ability to fulfil the general Objects" of its institution :
,ide; ane said 1 Bridge Company I removefrom late war, on the list of invalid I len ionci ; t pension :
the passage through it, all obstructionsto and to pay them as follows, tc wit : to Samuel : Little, for one year aud t l nine: : ruomUs and uud unbiased l jud;;rnrur, which: are the ; en rffoct! so likely to attend its admission -
true rorrecti\es: of'etrur! :11'Ihret! our ,
safe navigation.Sec. Houdly, twelve dollars a month : to Robert twenty nine d-iys.i rcspon- I notwithstanding apparent fitness! I
4. And be it further enacted Tint, Kane, eight;; dollars a month ; to Zach Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, That :.ibility demands' is, that the public good that ery subsequent administration of tie
be the
should meas'ureof i'ws
so soon as the Secretary of War shall be ful ariali Conger, fourteen dollars a month, to the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby, our ,dictatir.g I.: Government, embracing: a period of thiity
alike their frank and honest !
satisfied that the work contemplated by I John Downer, fifteen dollars! a month, to required to 1 place,! the name of Rachel Turner expression maiulenancc. out of the forty-two years cf its existence,

this act to be done! under tho superintendent I Stephen! Shea, twenty dollars)) a month, to Michael widow of Peter Turner, a soldier of the In the Ilidl'a5 : the has adopted a ft more enlarged construction 1 i

and authority of the Corporation of i : Fishel, seventeen dolhis: ::1. month, and i late war, on the list of half-pay pensioncis, mrrsage presented to I power. is not my purpose to dctaia j yj r;
Congress at the opening of its session I by a minute recital of th.
and and} to her, at the rate of tour dollars a present you
Georgetown is properly sufficientlywell : Jr. dollars month pay
:
to : ten! a
I Henry Suiting: I endeavored toexhihi! ; biieflymy viexvs tain this assertion but it is tfiat
: J
done! and is entirely saf; I for' the pass- commencing: on the first day of January, one month, for the term of five years! to commence the and should proper

ing of wagons, then, and not before, shill the I thousand; eight hundred and twenty eight. i on the first day of January, one thousand I upon important highly interesting : in order notice that some of the most, prominent '
directed. tho reflections
herein he paid or so ni'icli of r c'!"ht hundred and twenty eight.I which they siig'; i
,
appropriation I .
Src. 3. Ani be it fli.rtllcTlaccd That 1 desirous i of the Representatives ,
I I I be enacted That was presenting to i ? st to my mind, may ho better understood.
And
the same as shall he sufficient to meet the expenses : Sec. 9. further v.
tIle of War bo and h-j is of the several States in Con- ,
hereby
Secretary ,
of making said draw. I the Soc.etary of War be, and he i is hereby, In the administration of Mr. Jefferson, wO'.
required to place the names of the followingpersoiis Mess assembled the inquiry whether,
{ some have the '
] to place the name of Andrew Herrick two examples- exercise of tli e
Sec. 5. .1:1 bs it further cnactc-l, That : upon the list t of Revolutionary Pensioners required' mode could not be devised) which would reconcile i-Jyht of '
soldieyiof ihe Revolution} and now a ; appropriation, which in't1l considrraticu -
said; Corporation of Georgetown: shall not .I viz ; Saimrj! French, William Lawrence : a the diversity of opinion concerning I II that ledto their
lunatic the list of Revolutionary adoption,-and in
interrupt the passage across: said bridge for a : Asa Wilkins, Stephen Fuller, Stephen ; upon pensioners I the }powers of this Government over the subject their effects the mind
and to such as shill: hflappointed upon public have had
linger period than sixty days, under. the po- Wilcox Johnston Sanriel Josiah pay persons of internal and the
I Llijah : Sykes, and properly authorized, for the improvement, manner a givatrr agency in marking the character o'f
nalty of paying to the B'i.le Company an Morse Abiel! Drown John Lenimon in which these if conferred
: t powers, by the than:
I i tine to take charge of his person.andestate power, any subsequent events; I
being, .
amount equal to ten dollars, for each and every i Andrew Bacon, Joseph Raysfrrd], Benjamin Gull the Constitution, ought to be exercised. The allude to the of fifteen millions
of month payrterit
at the rate eight diy over sixty days, that the passing of Levi Ilutchiris John per which I called consider has
Mott Boss to
Joseph to commence on the first day of January, act am npon dollars fcr the l purchase of Louisiana, r.nd to
Said bridge may be interrupted. Perry, second ; James Johnson, James Robinson thousand eight hundred and twenty therefore, been passed with a knowledge of the original appropriation' for the. constrjjction -r
Sec. G. And be it enacted Thatif one
further Chamberlain Hudson( Philemon my views on this quettion, as these arc expressed of the Cumberband Road! : the latest,
said: Company shall rcfiiso: to ;110'Corporation Tiffany, Lemuel Pardcc, Joseph Wilson, eight.Sec. in the message refereed to. In that act deriving mm tejgbt from the -

of Georgetown the right to execute the Isaac Smally: William Cole, Hartman Lower 10. And be it further enacted, That document the following passage will be found: and approbation.qf three of the acqtiiesccnce niost'-

provisions of this 'act, then the rights andprorision Jo'm' Rei/.cr, Daniel Hinds, Joseph B. the Secretary, of War be, .and he is hereby, "After the extinction of the public debt, powerful.of the original members the :

:; in favor of said Company,secured Jennison, Henry Homer, David Carswell, directed to place the name of Thomas Scott,I it is not probable that any adjustment of the expressed through theirrespcctueLcigslaturcsv confederacy

by the second section of this act, shall be Joseph Barlow, ILimblin Cole, John Powell alias Knox, a soldier of the late war, and tariff; upon principles satisfactory to the Allhougfi i the. circumstancesofthe :; '

,/!:_ null and 1 void* and of 'n 'ct. now a lunatic, upon the list of invalid pen- of the Union will until)
: 1 no ( Christopher Cary, William Scott, of people a remote period l latti Y case may be such as to ..depriveso '
T '' Sec 7. Ad be it enacted That SOllers of the United States:, and to pay: touch I if leave the Government '
ft I further Connecticut ; Joseph Chaplin, John Put! ever, without .much .of it\ as relates to the actual construction .
:; lithe said Company shall refuse to permit ney, John Stout, Philip Naglc, Frederick % person or persons as may be appointedand a considerable! surplus in the treasury, beyond of the road, of the force of an'-obligatory !-

; :. the alteration in the draw herein providedfor Stull, James Porter, Absalom Baker: Richard : properly authorized to take charge ol f what may ho required for its current exposition of the Constitution, it'must '

.t<:. and shall, within thirty days after the Nagle, Robert Ditcher.Exekiel Knowles, the person and estate of said Thomas Scott,I service. As then the period approaches nevertheless admitted that, so .far as the,

passage of this act, notify the Corporation of Caleb Wiseman, Thomas Putney, Anselm alias Knox, at tho rate of eight dollars per when the applicationent of the revenue to the mere appropriation} } of money is concerned,

Georgetown of such refusal, then this act, Bailey, William Scott, of Smithfield, Bradford month, to commence on the first day of January PaYan of the debt will cease, the disposition they present the principle iu its most il Ph os.

;n* B and every thing therein contained, shall county, Pennsylvania ; Micajuh Mayfield one thousand eight bandied and I of the surplus} will present a subject for lug aspect. No less thaq twenty-three different

cease to have effect.Sec. Tristram Dagget, Edward Currin, twenty eight ; which said pension shall con tho serious deliberation of Congress ; and it laws have been- passed, through all

8. And be further enacted, That Georgo Criller, Samuel Fox, Joseph Neil- tinue so long as the said Secretary shall be may be fortunate for the country that it is the form"of the Constitution appropriating

toe Corporation of Washington, in tho said son, Eli Sugart, Timothy Benedict, Asa satisfied of the continuance of the disability to be decided. Considered in connexyet upwards of two millions,and a. half of dollars
'
District: of Columbia, be authorized to forma Quiry, Seth Higley, William Higginbotham, aforesaid.Sec. ion with the difficulties which have hereto- out of the National Treasury iri st1 11Uifof

draw in said bridge, over the eastern chan Lemuel Withington, William Harris: Amos 11. And be it further enacted, Thai fore attend( appropriations for E.purpose's of ttet iinproyenienr; witfi tlie approba'

: i !nel of said rifer' thirty five feet wilc for SalsburyJohn the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby,, Internal Improvement,' ariitith those of everY President of the United St:>'

which I purpose the sum of two thousand dos Israel, Elias Porter, Frederick; directed to pay to tho minor children ol r which this: experience tells-us will certainly eluding my predecessor, since its

; '. J lars: hereby appropriated, and is lobe Jip- Shcckler, Reuben flicker, Anthony Slu-! Collins Hurlbut, a soldier of the late war,,I arise, whenever power over such subjects ment.

;''Y p'I in! the same manner, ky the Corporato thour, Reuben Carter, Joseph Smith, John their guardians, or such other person as maybe may bo exercised by the General Govern.. Independently of the -

to the construction of the Hudson, Nathaniel Fuller, Henry Doll, lawfully authorized to receive the same t ment ; it is hoped that it may lead to her appropriations, for th'

r said I nut. mentioned draw, as the nppropria Amos Andrews, Valentine Stickell!, Joel for the use of said children, the sum of foui adoption of some plan' which'will re0>ncile er reads and object

"Vsthe first section of this act is to be Riggins, William Vickroy, Joseph Randall, dollars per month, for tho term of five years I the diversified i interests o'f ,the States, and administration: : of M

yule and applied [by tho Corporation of, John McMnrtry, James Long, William to commence on the first day of January,,, strengthen tho bonds which unite Iheni.r .- tensed by an' act wlii

t, Ceo agetown: to the construction of the first I, Rockwell, Stephen Bonnet, Josiah Mott, Simon one thousand eight hundrrd nn'l twent} Every: member of the. Union, in peace est .evidence' of his o, '

ttQued draw : and, further, tint all the' : ( Forbe, Thomas Bloomfield, Obcd r.ight' andin war/.will bo benefited bj tb. rover bin wpf passed throucPEXS4COL4



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and presented for his approval, setting town ; .HI'] even ns far as the Si-itff: i i.; interested cases \\heru the t.H1nenal! not rciil\< cd: by bopes. If different impressions are enter. the parties to the original compact, and of it,
apart and pledging certain funds for constructing conferring partial instead! of general tho consciousness, that. it would ultimately tained in any quarter ; if it i is expected that Laving the support and approbation of a
roads and canals, and improving advantages. contribute .o make us independent of foreigunations tbe people of this country, reckless of their jority of the people ; on which account it tip a'

the navigation ol water courses, in order to I I Considering the magnitude and :impoi-. for articles of prime necessity, by constitutional obligations\ will prefer their at least entitled to a air experiment. Th is

facilitate, promote and give security to illter-I tnnceof tho power, and the embarrassment !I. the encouragement t of their growth and man local interest to the principles of the Union, suggestions to which I 1a1alludt'd refer i"A
nal commerce among the several States; !,jofwVtcb\ from the very nature of the thingits I ufacture at home.( They have been cheer- such expectations will in the end be disappointed forced continuance uf} the national; debt b"

to render more easy, and less expensive I the I exercise must, necessarily! he fu'ijeeied' ; I fully borne, became they were thought to be ; or if it be not so, then, indeed has means! large appropriations i as a substitute;
means and provisions for the common de. I IfeRce. the real fticnds of internal improvement I necessary to the !support of Government, und the world but little to hope from the exampleof for the security which the system derives

." Regarding the bill as asserting a I I ought not to bo willing to coiifide it 'to accident the payment of tbe debts! unavoidably incurred free government. When an honest ob fiom the principles on which it has litl'l'It, |' ,
power in the Federal Government to construct and chacce.Yhatevcr.is properly I in the acquisition and maintenance of scn.anClof constitutional compacts cannotbe been sustained. Such a course'would ( f

roads and canals "within the limits efj i I\ national\ character, or otherwise, i U au our national rights and liberties But have obtained from communities like ours, it tainly indicate either an unreasonable err di
the States in which they were made, he objected : enquiry, which is often extremely: difficult of I we a light i to calculate on the same cheerful need not be anticipated elsewhere ; and the trust of the people, or a consciousness taj|

to its passage on the ground of its nn- I"''solution. The appropriations tor one year, I acquiescence, when it is known that the ne- cause in which there has been so much mar- the system does Lot possess sufficient sBlj]. ;,
constitutionality, declaring that the assent of i for 311 object which is considered national, cessity for their continuance: would cease, ;Jyrdomand from which much was expect ness! for its support, if left to their
the respective States, in the mode provided I burendcrrd the refusal of i it for and ed the friends of I choice and its Voluntary
j may nugatory, by j were not irregular, improvident, : by liberty may be abandoned own merits. Those who sup. I
by the bill, could not confer the power in a succeeding Congress to continue the work, i! unequal appropriations 1 { t ((If the public funds ? ; and the degrading: truth, thatmun is unfit pose that any policy thus founded caa be '.
question ; that: the only cases in which tho on the ground hilt it is local. Nu aid can be I; Will not the people demand, as they haw aright for self-government admitted. And this long upheld in his country, (have looked u '

consent and cession of particular States can I, derived from the intervention of corltoratiuns.The to do, such a }piiident system! of cxpen- will be the case if expediency be made a rule on its history with eyes( very different from P
extend the power of Congress, are those specified \ question regards the character of the S ditnre, as will pay the debts of the Union, of construction in interpreting the Constitution. mine. This policy: like every other
roast i
and provided for in the Constitution ; work ; not that of those by hum it is to be I: und authorize the reduction( of every t tax, to Power, in no government, could desire abide the will of the people, who will '
not be
and superadding to these avowals! his opinion ''accomplished. Notwithstanding tho union !; as low a point as the wise observance of the a better shield for the insidious advances, t likely to allow any device, however specious(
that II a restriction of the power to of the government with the corporation, by necessity to protect that portion of our man- which it is ever ready to make upon the j to concealjits character and-tendency. *
provide for the common defence and general :' whose immediate agency, any work of mter- 'j uf.icturc'S' and labour, whose prosperity is checks that are designed to restrain its 1 I. In presenting these opinions have
welfare,' to cases which are to Ite provided I Hal improvement is carried on, the iuquiiy i I essential to our national; ) safety and independence action.Hut. I. with the freedom and candour which spoken -
I
for by the expenditure of money, would., will still! remain, is it national and conducive I will allow 1Vhen thin national' I do not entertain: such gloomy apprehensions. I thought the occasion for their expression caH-

still 1 leave within the leils alive power of ,to the benefit of the whole, or local, and .1, debt} is piid the duties upon those articles I I fit be thcVi 11 (,f the people I ed for, and now respectfully return the b'ilt
Congress, nil\ the great and most important operating only to We: uJvanlugc o] a I Ii portion which we
measures of Government, money being the i; of the .Union \ safety, and still leave, I trust, \\itlioutop- I should he conducted I It)' the Federal Government further deliberation and judgment. yens

ordinary and necessary means of carrying I j Bui, although, I might not foci it to be i 'ipiession to all)' section! : of the county! an I it is not only highly, expedient, but indispensably I i ANDREW JACKSOX
them into xrcuiion." I have not been ableto my official duty to interpose the executive' L 1' accu11111Iatins- surplus fund, which may bejbenefiu I nprpss rtlmt a previous amendment I I

consider these declarations in any other \| veto, to the passage of a bill appropriating; i .iiy! applied' 1 tp :some well digested of the Cons.iiuiion: delegating the tier May 27,1830.

point of view, than as a concession that (the money for the construction( of sijch works! as t i system of improvement. cessniy power, and d(. fining and restrictingits -

right of appropriation. is not limited by the, i I are authorized by the States, and! are I Under this view: the question, as to the exercise with reference to the sovereignty
power to carry into effect the measure forwhich i national! in thoir character, I do not wish tan o, i i manner: in which the Federal Government of the Sfite-s, should be m.de.Vith. PENSACOLA:

the money is asked, as was formerly be understood as expressing; opinion that I1, can, or ought to embark in the construction out it, !nothing extensively useful can be effected. I

contended. !! it is expedient at this time, for the General..1 I l of roads; and canals, and the extent to which 1. The right to exercise as much ju j jrsd.rtion SATURDAY JUNE 26., 183L -

j'j Government to embark in a system of tins: ; ,i it nviy impose burdens) on the I : la-ode for I!i : as is neccssaiy to preserve the i j - -

;kind!, and anxious that my constituents: should | these purposes, may !be presented on its own I works, and to raise funds by the collection !, The U S. ship Brandywine sailed from
this
administration a bill was passed through: both, be possessed of my views, on this, as well as j merits, free of all disguise, rind ol every emi of' rolls to keep them in repair, cannot be '! last. port
I on Sunday The B. anchor
Houses of Congress, conferring the jurisdic-I on all other subjects, which they have com i barrassnent: except such as may arise from i> 'dispensed' with The Cumberland road weighed about 9
tion and preserving the mode by a I milted to my discretion, 1 shall state them '!'the Constitution itsc-lf. Assuming these j :sho-.dd\ be, an instructive admonition of the | o'clock, and in two hours was over the bar, and we
Federal Government should exercise it : are pleased to learn that she met with no difficulty ia
in frankly and briefly. Besides minor i of without this i !
many j suggestions: to be correct, will not our con- !j consequences acting right.-
the of the Cumberland Road. IIu I crossing having two feet water to
case returned Although j
spare.
j considerations there Year after !
are two prominent stiluents require: the observance of a course: year, contests are witnessed
it with objections to \its\ passage, and I view: of the subject, which have made a I' by which they can be affected ? Ought growing out of efforts to obtain the necessary vessels of war are familiar) to our citizens, they have '

in assigning, them, took occasion to say that deep impression upon spy mind, which, I I they not to require it 1 With the best disposition : appropriations for completing and repairing never before had an opportunity of visiting a ship of ]
in the early of the Government, he i i the class: of the Brandywine. Every
stages think well entitled serious this useful/ facilityVsa
are toour, attention to ;aid, as I far as I can conscientiously: ] work. Whilst one Congress .
had inclined < the construction that it had I forded by Capt. Ballard to visit the '
o
and
and will, I hope, be maturely weighed in I'lierance; of works; of Intern: ImproveI may claim and exercise the [power, a succeeding ship, e\ery
no right to exp1' wI money, except) in the !j by the pe'ple.Frum I I ( ('11t, my opinion: is, that the st'ta1est: views OUR may;, deny il, and this fluctuationof .lone returned to town highly delighted, and express-
performance of acts authorized by the othei j the oifici: communication submitted j!; of national! policy at this time, point) (to such opinion must be, unavoidably fatal to any 1!i j: ed themselves in terms of unbounded admiration oft

specific grants' of power, According to a I I to you, it appears, that if no adverse and a. ourse. bcs'ities, the avoidance of an evil scheme, which, from its extent, would pro- t II her arrangement and warlike appearance, and the
strict construction of them t but that, on fur- unlbrscen contingency happens in our foreign I influence iron; the local concerns of the mote the interests and elevate: the character .I polite and gentlemanly civilities they received from

ther reflection and observatiou, his mind had relations, and no unusu.il diversion be made i I country, how solid is the advantage. which of the country. The experience of the past her officers.!

undergone a change ; that his opinion then of tho funds set apart for t the payment of the tin!' Government m will reap 1 from it in the Ins shown that the opinion of Congress is The B. we learn will go either to Norfolk or New
was, "that Congress have an unlimited power !': national debt, we may look with confidence ra-vation of its character ? How jiratifyinjijthe i I subject to such!. fluctuations. Y rk. Capt. Connor, late of the Erie was a paisen-

to raise money, and that, in its appropriation to its entire extinguishment in the short efilvt, of presenting. to the world! the i If it be the desire of the people that the ger. In the )lint of the officers puMi"In:d on her arrival

they have a discretionary power, restricted period hr Pistil' vuars. The extent to v, hich!. i j.sublime spectacle of a republic: of! rnoie 'Iran' I agency of the Federal Government should i. we accidentally" omitted the name of Lt Frcaci
: oaly by the duty to aipropri ate it to ,
this pleasing anticipation is dependent upon 'twelve million.: of happy'!' people in th<.' lit be confined to the appropriations of money, C. Hall of the Marines
purposes of common defence: and of general" the policy which may; be pursued in relation I foutih von of her exi.-.tonce, al'ic-r, : 1..5: "-!y'I'I j ill aid of si'ih undertakings, in virtue of State
and
not local, national not Sato bene t, of the character of the tuihurities, their the occasion the manner ,
to ,
measures 1
one
tit
pa.t.l through two )protracted: : wars; ; We understand that when
the
this was avowed"ID lie the governing principle Pre-emption BI 1.
under conMdcratiorr be anti l the extent of the ;appropriations, i should
now must obvious ''or the
the residue of his administration. t O one acquisition' and the!: other fur t tin.! was; under consideration in the House of
through Representatives
all and that the of the he: made: the subject of cunsiiifttional+ regula-
equally: so, events maintenance: ; of liberty-free from debt and |i '
The views of tio last administration that an attack was made that class of
i Hon. This is the upon persons
present session arc well rlcul-rted, to awaken: !I with all her! immense rcsomres unfettered: !I i ij : more necessary, in order
I
arc of such recent date *s to. render a particular called by some "squatters," or and
[ th.it thrj be the occupants
solicitude the : may equitable sever-
public upon subject.' By the Whit a salutary' influence: wt mid: not such an : ninsng
reference to theai unnecessary. It is j !t al States one of the friends of the bill, called for the reading ofa
: between difl
statements from the piomote harmony r-
Treasury Depirtment.! cxhihiiii'ii. exercise the caiat> of liberal.
well known that uie expropriating .power, to and those from the Clerks of the Senate; and i j I prim'ilrl(-:. and fiec upon'eminent throughout I!I ent sections of the Union and their Repre- letter written by a gentleman from the North to a
the inmost extent which! had been claimed. I guv ( member from Connecticut, in which he stated that
i sentatlves rtSNVPolher of the Coui he .
House of R herewith submitted ; p parts -
'presentatives, l the woiKH. ? Would t<'e not our d\"es find, I
for it. in relation to internal l improvements, i stitution from had considered the high character the
being undermined ,the given to occur
it that the bills which havepassed in its effort additional by exercise -
appears an l that j
vas fully recognized and exercised by it. InrItee';: 1!I of doubtful' the pants by Col.] White in his speech the Pre-
: into laws arid those which in .ill i I powers, or too great pea
our political ixstittiiiuns will he* tiHUMiiitiei! "
This brief reference to known farts, will em+.tion Bill one-2 I
those
rxtention of which' and entirely exaggerated: but that
ate not so
will before the ;
probability, pass adjotiinmont: to the most remote posterity, without decay ? Ii
be sufficient to show the d'fTiculty, if not impracticability the whole the deleterious since he had visited tint! country he had discoveredthat
protect subject against
back the ofC'-.ngl'.i! anticipate appropriations 1 { which,, A eouro: of policy: destined to witness events -
bringing operationsof I ( influence combinations it was a correct description, nnd thai the occu .1
with the ordinary expenditures for tits like these be benefited J le iil.ition to carry, by
cannot
the Government to the construction of the support Iy a .! I L
themselves pants were as far before the in
which speculators of
of Go'crnmcntil! exceed considerably concert t, measures considered by poiat
winch tolera'es! M.rilll1Lleftlr i ipriali
Constitution set up in 1798, assuming that to the in the for 1 a : appro I I might meet but little countenance. I character as it was possible to conceive-One of the i
amount Treasury 1830. that
: < ris hive relation
Lo; its true reading, in relation; to the < no to any ge'ier.l of the
power terms
That a constitutional aijusim"iit| of this comparison was as "IIrPv onoa to a Saty'r'
Thus, whilst we are diminishing the revenue I of and
irnpiovcn.-ent whine !
under consideration : ,thus giving nn admonitory sy.sie good -This had .
] .
I a powerful cm"ct-It called the,
equitable i is in the attention
and by a redaction of the d'tih-s( on te t, coffee i ,. efit'Cis!i HUM, ol nc'CPSjiry, Lc limited.In !. ]power, upon principles, ,
of the ol ; very
proof tin implication, highest! drj-ree desirable be of the house to the unanswerable ? 0
the of the Constitution und cocoa, the appropriations; : ) .. for internal I the best view of th--se: a!)|Iru'u: J.Ili\;ns, the I can scarcely ofthat argument }
necessity guarding; I doubted! ; nor can it fail 10 lie {promoted by speech
with the authority improvement arc increasing beyond the : abuses to which they lean, tar exceed the I
I
sleepless vigilance, against t sincere friend W die of
of precedents which have not the sanction available no. jS): of the Treasury' ; and, if to> i i gun( ( which they are capable:' of promoting I' very institutions I hi Government success our I political "DEAF
of its most defined' For although this lalcui :ton bi ..JJod! the amount con- t j They t may be reset ted to us artful cxpe- no ate AND DUMIL'lYe
plainly -
powers. to the of in of
appeals source much
power case rej are pleased to see that the MammothDeaf !
t-iincd in hills Ahicli; ire pending before the dii'iii.s to shift the Govt-innu-nt tile''
i is the ol'a'.l! look hilt tijteu!
it : duty to to sacred -
al! doubt niotf suitable than in ours. No .and Dumb bill
instrument instead of the two II. i'M'-i, it riiay hes...1 lVly altip i fur d, that: 'i lusr-os of unsuccessful: : private' speculation} ;I j giviug a Township t() every ;
statue bouk, i 'good motive can he assigned to tho exercise State in the Union .
to be locatetf the. Tfirritorieu I
minions: of dollars would make and thus l in ,
ambition
not :!
t li-a u1)the ; ly rnini.stcrin": to personal j
to rcpiidiate at all times, encroachments: upon t (ti I'pnwpr/ by the constituted authoritieswhle' : did not the Roust
!'he I unless,.j and tend] ihe pass_ i of Representatives The exposition i
; receipts
to
over self-aggrandizement
exct'as Ieaatll'J' ) ,
snaji
iss: spirit, which are too apt to be effected those, for whose benefit i it is lo be exercised, of
the and lie p-iymrn': ; : of the n-ri5on..i: debt be pjs.-; f f'lundjtionj; of public virtue. and taint theladministration given its extravagant and ruinous character
by conjuncture peculiar facilitating hive not conferred rr, and may trot be ''il- the
to
Territories
.mil the jleiijt\l: to tInt ( of the (;ovcnl lHnt with: ademoralizing by our Delegate, killed-it for the
circumstances it is loss that po.i.-d, I.I'MUS: : now : :
; not true, t l"p',1..1ic liig: to confer ic. It would seem io me that and
good and the nature of our political I object! apjilied} to tniM! enumerated' in these, influence. an honttsi application: of the conceded {towers present, now that the pre-emptiaa.I has pass--
institutions! require, tlut individual dlff'rPn- t,11)11.) ;. Without a well re.jirl.ited! S) stem of In the other view of the subject, nnd) the of the General Government to the advancement ed.it cannot. do us ranch-injury, if it should ever be re

ces should yield to a well spine' arqiicsceuceof intern !.!1p' uvt ,mllI, this: !xh-'us-in ( mode only remaining, which it is my intention uf the common weal presents a vived.If
the peop'e :mfl coniV-or 'r'.I authorities of aij] 'ropri.iti+ni i is not lively! lo be avoided to picsrnt! at this time, is involved the cx- sufficient scope to satisfy a reasonable ambition. that bill had passed,.the Territories, to use the
in particular constructions of the Con aii'l! 1 the j)lan; consequence must be, either a.1 pedienry of embarking! in a system of inter- The difficulty and supposed impracticability language of Col. White, 'iu, !ltaad of being coloniesof

stitution, on doubtful points. ;iSot t. con- continuance; of ihe It..ltiorullh-LI. or a resortto t I nal l improvement, without a juevious amendment of obtatine! an amendment of thu the United States would belong to Deaf and Dumb ;

rede this much to the spirit of our -ns'itu- additional taxes. of the Constitution, explaining:: and Constitution in this; respect, ;is, I firmly be- Corporations. The people ought not to be deafto j
tions, would impair their stability, und (defeat AlthouLrr: many of the States, with a laudable !)-. defining! \ the precise powers of tJie Federal lieve in a great degree, unfounded. The such evidences public services: ,nor dumb whea-the
the objects of the Constitution itself. ; zeal, :and under the influence uLan enlightened -. Government over it : assuming the right to time has never yet been when the patriotism day comes to manifest their approbation.The .

The bill before me does not call for a moi policy, are successfully applying> ; I appropriate; money, to aid! in the consimc- and intelligence; of the American people were
definite opinion upon the particular c>rcu t which will warrant appropriations ofmc.ney tin; desire; to enlist the aid of the General tlie contcmtorareou; : and continued exposition i- it never will, when the subject calling forth the bill authorising a subscription: to the Maysvillo 1

by Congress, to aid works of internal l Government in the construction of such as of the Constitution: its inMtfliciency for their interposition is plainly presented to Turnpike Road has c{(used much sensation in > j
improvement, for although the extension of\ f ')'n theJi; nature ought to devolve upon it1,, the successful prosecution of them. must be them. To do so with the questions involved Middle States,and we have no doubta corresponding t

the power to apply money beyond that of and to which the mums: of the individu-I] admitted by all candid minds. If we look to in this hill!, and to urge 'lo an early i zeal- feeling will be exhiUted in the Western CounrryA .-

cur i."? into effect th* object for which it is States are inadequate, is both rational rind usage: to define the extent of the rid ht' that ous, and full consideration of their deep importance soon however as the people have time to reflect

appropriated, has, as0 have seenjeen patriotic ; and, if'that desire is not gratifiedI 1 will be found so variant, and embracing so is, in my estimation; among the upon the subject they will admire the President for
long claimed and exercised by the Federal I I now, it does not follow that it never will be,I much that has 1): tin overruled, as to involve highest our duties.A his firnnoss: and
Government. vet such grants have always. : The general intelligence and public spirit ol I'the whole subject} in great uncertainty, and I supposed connection between aooronri- the constitution independence in refusing to permit
been professedly! under the control of the ,' the American people, furnisii: a sure guarantee to render the execution of our respective atrons for; iuUMnal I improvement and! the ys-I been in to be violated.. Can :resshas so long
I the habit of making approriations f for other :
general principle, that the works which that at the proper time, this policy will duties in relation to it, replete with difliculty tem of protecting duties growing out of the I
might be thus aid..d, should be of a general, be made to prevail, under circumstances more and embarrassments. It is in regard to such anxieties cf those more immediately incr- purposes than those anthorised by the Constitution

n'M local -natioual, not Slate" character.-- auspicious to its successful: prosecution, than works, and the acquisition of additional ter- estcd in their success, has given rise to su g.i I. that in a few years more, it would require ten times !
A disregard of this distinction: would of necessity those which now exist. lint great as this ritory, that the practice obtained its first gestions which i it is proprr I should notiro on as much a* our national debt to meet our current expenses.
: lead to the subversion of th<* federal 1 object undoubtedly i is, it is not the only one fou iug. In most if not all other disputed this Occasion jMy] opinions on these sub- The veto i is on our first page and we Lave:
which demands the fostering of the Go of the constructionof no doubt it will be perused with Interest by our ,rearJeru.
system. That even this is an unsafe one, arbitrary care questions appropriation, jects have never been concealed from: those
in its nature, and fable consequently vernment. The preservation: and success of the Contsituiion, may be regarded us I unsettled who had a right to know them. Those < It is a plain, able and iuteWgible state paper,

to grc.it abuses, is too obvious to require the the Republican principle rests with us. To if the right. to apply money, in the which I have entertained oTi the latter, have and should be circulated every part of the country

confirmation of experience. It ii, however, elevate its character and extend its influence, enumerated cases, Is placed on the ground of frequently placed me iu. opposition io individuals

sufficiently definito and imperative to my rank among our most important duties ; and usage. as; will as corr.nimjes,; xvu| >Miclaims I Virgil Maxcy Esq. of Maryland, has been appointby -
mind, to fordid my upprobation of auy bill the best! means to accomplish this desirable : This subject has bNm one of mnch, and I upon my friendship; and gratijude are of the : the President, by the advice and consent of the
hiving, the character of the one under co.i end, arc those which will J rivet t the attach- : may add, painful reflection to me. It has strongest character ; but 1 trust there! has Senate, to tiifr newly created office of Solicitor of thTreasury.
sideralion. I gave given to its piovjgionsall ment of our citirens to the Government of I bearings that are well calculated to exert a been nothio exposed Mr. M. represented as a gentleman of

the reflection demanded by a just regard for their choice, by the comparative lightness of powerful influence upon our hitherto prosperous m/j to the suspicion of being thooght great personal worth and character.A .
the interests of those of our fellow citizens their public burdens, and by tho attraction system of government, and which, on capable' of sacrificing my news of duty; fopp

9 bo havo desired its passage, and by the which the superior success of its operationswill I some accounts, may oven excite despondency : ate considerations: however strong they PablkS<< Dinner was given at Portsmouth, Va. ofc
respect which is due to a co-ordinate; branch present to the admiration and respect of in the breast of an American citizen. I will have 'been chop which ;
may or deep regrets the 3Jst of last-month, to Robert M. Rose of
of tho Government ; bin I am no; able to Ihe world. Through the favor; of an over: not detain you with professions of zeal ; they are capable of Capt.
1l'1 exciting.
the U. S. who for thi
about leave there
Navy, was
mew it in any other light than as a innnsurn ruling and indulgent Providence. our countryis the cause of internal improvements. IT to I So long as the encouragement of domestic
of local character if it be blessed with and be their friend is virtue which i place, to assume the command of the Erie.
purely ; or can general prosperity, our a Reserves manufactures is directed to national end: it
considered national, dial no further distinction citizens! exempted Irom the pressure of taxation commendation, our country is bl 'sscd with I shall receive from me a temperate but steady
between tbe appropriate duties of the which other less favored portions of the an- abundance of it ; for I c'6 not suppose support. There is no noceuary connexion The U. S. ship Natchez, was apokeniu.laL25 tegre -

General and State Government, need be attempted human: family arc obliged to bear ; yot, it is there is an intelligent citizen who does not i (between it and the system ef appropriations.On ea, 22 minutes, loog. 76 degree, 30 minutes!, ty
; for thera can be no local interest true, that many of the taxes collected from wish 10 see them flou;ish. But though all I the contrary it appears to me that the the brig Union at Savannah. The Natchez had been

S that may not -ili! equal propriety be our citizens, through tho medium of impost?, I are thtur friends, but few, I trust, are unmindful supposition of their dojundenc upon each out 13 daya from Norfolk, and had experienced bad

denominated national. It has no connection have, for a considerably period, been onerous. I of the means by which they should, other, is calculated to excite the prejudicesof weather. Ajl wen
. with any established system of improvements i In many particulars, these taxes have borne be promoted ; none certainly arc EO degenerate the public against both. The former is:
; is exclusively wiifrin fne limits of'a severely upon I the laboring and less prosperous as to'desire their success at the cost of .sustained on the grounds of its consistency London dates tote 20th> of April have been received

State, starling at a point on the Ohio river I classes of the community, being imposed I that sacred instrument, with the preservationof with the letter and spirit of the Constitution, at Nevr-Yotk. The Kin!'. health! was: s'ateC f;

and running out siity miles to aa interiorS ., on the necessaries cf I'fc, and this tou, in I which is indissolubly bound oar country's of its origin being traced to the:assent of all have then!: ? no better.grc5S .





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r ANOTHER: CANDIDATE.: the dccwkn oiCullg"eJi, l1 ;t t. Yyu will l iIJ it iu and sosne mniiei; iicms; of like character, ,\'jiJ. put it into his chaise box covered it up WlMiSOR>> Mli) .

done ofthe people" nominates in I'mh': Ad- the Kfgiiterof Delates, and WuTiOtUis' view of passed.both (Houses. ''I with hay, carried it to Wenham, and kept it A warning to Smnggler*.-United Stales

tertiser, die Honorable John M'Lean, of OJo! as acandidate Went Florida, where the argument is inserted at. 7. Lotiisiilic and Portland Can fl .-The I till after the murder, and then burned it. vs. David Hudson.-This was an action to

for Resident of the United; State; *, and large. A bill was reported, und I do not assume too !bill auiiorizii'! !; in iulditioaal'! : : subscription lo : After the \YTill had been secured he gave recover the penalty for an infraction of the

I it the : established the Slock of ,Ihe Louisville! ad Poillnud Canal notice to the assassin that all U. S.
mentions the following qualification*; much in raj ing that passed upon' precedent was ready.On revenue laws, j nd came on for trial

lie 'u a Christian, a im-mber ,'f the Methodist so in l& (j. As the argument I made then which passed tlir, Sf nate some time ago, the same evening, previous to his goingto before tho U, S. Circuit Court. at its late

I was in the hand.0 of every member to whom copy of: passed the House of Representatives, by a !i Wenham, he had a meeting on the centre I' term holden in this place. It being one of

ciety.He is a Republican. I the Register Debates w given, I considered it use- vote of 79 to 35. of the Mall with the assassin, who shewed considerable interest and importance, we
8. Frederick!! RockviUe: Road.The : him the bludgeon and the with which 'I have btaincd
dagger
lie is a man of sound sen!"e. I less at any stage of the bill to repeat it. I furnwhed some of the leading facts of
. lie i:* a citizen, who combines with the rr.iUest tlispoiiiio" I! my friends with explanatory notes. Under this Jaw : bill' authorizing a subscription to the Stock I he intended to perpetrate the deed ; that he i the rasp, as understood by a gentlemas vbo

i & firm and fearless mind. i all the settlers Forbes' purchase, asjwell as others! nfthe Washington and Fiederick Turnpike (Knapp) examined them and asked the otherif was present at the trial. Hudson, it seem*,
Road: Company, (the only deficient link; in lie intended to do it that he said he !
night is
i is a practical and gifted StatCdtnan. J in the Territory, will be secured in their improvements :: I Ii ; an Englishman, who has been for some
He :
i i the Road hum Washington to the waters of thought not-he did not feel like it. Knapp{ time concerned in
has: proved himself a faitLful! H.-rTant, ia the against speculator?, and Ieafaud Dumb Corporations -! I I snuggling goods from Canada
lie I i! the Mississippi) passed the House of Representatives then returned to \Venll General of the Unittd : i is sustain- ; circumstances
jOation of Podt Mater i if the claim Forbes & Co. not :
important in the bill for I ( (having already: passed the Senate :I On Sunday afternoon, (4th of April) he warrant the belief, that he has acted as
Congress. inserted I agent
and as a representative; ed court. I hid a provision in
States, in I
) by a vote ol 74 to 37. ascertained that Capt. W. had gone to take merely, of some extensiye house in Canadaor
tribunal who >>
all
does hoar to the hhe-tjtdiciaI final settlement of land claims giving
lie now the : i 9. The Massachusetts. C&i/w.-The bill tea in Chesnut street with a relative and England. Within
lluowti lo the Coi.situtiuL, as: a puie and ir.depci-! were settled on private grants, lands elsew here, if the I providing for .the adjustment in part of the the assassin then determined to dirk him in goods, smuggled by him year through past this a scfeuroof State

tJudge.Ve \ claim: should be sustained; 1 iT was stricken out became contested claim of the State of Massachusetts the his ,
dent : long ) street on return ; but it turned out has been made by the Collector at Boston
not properly in a bill confirming Spanish for services rendered the Militia that! he returned home before dark that ,
\ li-arn that Lieutenants: ", : F. -toc.ton :and by so amounting to about $2,000, as per appraised
Iaac McKwver have Keen promoted to Master Commandants I grants.! 1 shall endeavor to have it in another at the : during the war of 1812-l.:;, which passed the design was then frustrated.. It was next in that city, which goods were of course

with Ihe sanction of the Senate ; and that next se ...ion. There never was a people more deceived : the Senate some time ago, passed the House arranged for Tuesday night ; and in the forfeited to the Government. The action :

the following :Midshipmen have betn promoted to I and deluded than the settlers on Forbes' pur of Representatives by a vote of 86 to 21. : forenoon of that day, he says he made a in this case, was to recover the penalty of
I
Lieutenan! ---Yil :-John Calhoua. Tit.: Allen Deas. chase. The Legislative Council in three memorials I 10. Pub'lf.! Lands.-The bill, which had) pretext to prevail on his \VH 's mother to four times the amount of the goods illegally

Roburt G. Jlobb, San.V.. Stockton: John L. LJall!, I requested; the Delegate in Congiess to procure the p ISC(1 the Senate for gradual ing the price depart from Capt. W's. house and to ride to I passed. The fact of tho meg r passing of

Charles: \V Cliauncuy, Thomas' F. Craven, Andrew passage of a law to try the title-nearly every man of the Public I. mds, was taken up, and! lost, : Wenham to visit her daughters, and to spendthe the goods being clearly proved, the defendant -

H. Foot. Lawrence IVanington, and KJ.vard M.Vul upon it when I tirol\\cnt to C :l;rc.e\. prcs
1 sire to have it tried and anally; settled. 1 attested ,, It was douhled for some) time whether, the He says that, all preparations being thus dollars, together with the costs of suit.

I iL every year until \\ c finally ohl-iined: a law providing President would sign tjir joint j I Resolution 1: made the assassin and his accomplice t Republican.

rur' le 1'insicvlii 'adl'. t for a fair trial: according to the Treaty. I need not explanatory! : of the act ( (H1l*tTllillg) thy -iw" of, about 10. o'clock. in the. evening.' in Brown-. ,.,.. I ::
Mr.. Eniron, 'refer to the diftmg incidi-nts which attended the! the oflkeis: of the M.irina: C'orp*. The I street, which passes tne rear 01 Lapl.y 's.

I know ii''t but thai you have alrealy n.jtict-d the I'public clamor: on th.it subject. The cttlumue.s in- : doubt was ended! [by the resolve being! I e.1 garden, and stood some time on a spot from SHIP NEWS I

victory of pnr;;ic11 proof ov..r :itiompted delusion, \ \emVtl l to deceive'.he! : settlers having acconipHMied( turned with his signature, on Saturday, butitccolIIInicd I which they could observe the movements of

1 refer TJ the passage: : of the IJraudvvvme acros* the I the ol-jecl intended' died with the election. I am now I' : with a Me sagcstating t in substance the houses and perceive when the family FORT OF PENSACOLA JUNE 26. _

bar of Pensacrtla Bay: it seems' then! that that Snip, nfurnicil that there is scarely to be found a man on ; that as the estimates! : lor the navil: service retired to bed,-the assassin then went round I .- ,

in corning in had nearly two feet water to spare, ingoing I the purchase, Wit) does not de.-'irc a decision, : by had I been founded iij on the new con- ; through! the street, and ci.tered the yard of ,i ARRIVED.

out two and a half-It i is too, s-usccptiblc jf which! they can know w hetherthe title i is good or had. I, struciion of the law, an additional appropiia- Capt. W. in front, went round the house to I il Jnne 24-U. S. Schooner Transport Florida, Daker .
pruof.lhal four fathom! water; (J4! Av!) :ml iu ono interested in defeating I ITIll I tion was rendered: uecessaiy to c.urry the the back wipduw, as designed, lifted it, en- Apalachicola.
instance 3 f.ct have heen carried over thf Bar; by an settlers arc now more Joint Resolution into clFect. A bill mak-nir: tered the house alone, passed up the stair- SAILED. ,
: I
the claim than this recent act. f
: : they ever were by
United ft.ltcs''cs; H ; fuc'.i! l ein? the fact* how there base : such an appropriation was accordingly! reported I case,opened the door of the chamber where June 26.-Schooner Amelia,Rche,New Orleans,
should not be at all urpriscd an per un'"
Bought to be coa endeavor to r
enough to naw :
made tt>_v have been,) adverse to this harbour: a* a I Iy because I arguethe case of the petitioners in the I but, in the hurry and insli business. it was and with a bludgeon previously: made by 1 ...
of it considered. I himself fur that >c, him n heavy
Naval Depot or Yard, predicated upon the ground this I impossible) to get pnrpo gave
of water on the liar. Admitting' performance of a professional duty.: In am :II and.! mortal blow on the side of the head We are requested to announce Colone

an insalficiency that Frig-itesof; largest clasin: our Navycua I Mire tliry cannot: s'J'cc'd. There H not perap!: } < amore ; The N--W Yfik D.iily! Advertiser states, while he was sleeping, then with a dirk gave JAMES GADSDEN, a candidate at the .
then,
and the Bar safely and thus did one, re.-pectaWe population in the Territory, :and I.I I that "Mr.] McLano, our Minister} nt Lon- !him the stabs in his body-then retired from I next election for Delegate in Congress from

pa-s rl.Il1I\1r.e repass what: other objection can exist ? know that the largest:; portion of them ha\e -k just I i don, has written private letters tl) his i'm-iius, the house, hastened back with the club to this Territory.We .
Ihe and literal vicwe.that they would Hot deem it a political : Brown-street where he met his accomplice
that advnnres had born ''de in ; ;
It said the scite of the y.ird is not good, it oughtto I stating no n: --
u half
objection if a lawyer were to argue a a down Howard-street hid the club under
the Bay, or ahJ\"e this place ; the negotiation ie<|.i'cI!ing te!; Colonial! ran ; are. requested to announce Colonel
have been higher up dozen against! them individually: :: prcn ided it of the lloward-stieet JOS. M. I
caes meeting
this-a Sloop of '.Var, vv ith I Tiade, but that; the matter: stood as it did i iI the sps WHITE, a candidate at the next
we dJ not subscribe to was conducted with propriety as this has: and will be and then went oft election for .
WO There j j'C.'t litile house, Delegate in Congress from this
only, cau be careened at I years ago. ) prob!) I.i ii si i-
the the present Yard conveniences with case and if the long: contemplated done. I have now done my duty to them by aidinj i bility! of any thing being dune that will! beiin He says Hint several days after the murder Territory--Floridian % Advocate.
Navy in the pa*age ofa l law that secures their improvements } -! portant to the I interests of this ci'untrv." the assassin and accoz"iJ'ceVent' to Wen-
-
assured -
!, }hoped for wharf had been built, I am: a if the land shall bo docided: to be publ'.c.: !: I t : ham to call t for 1000-that he could no: .

iVi;ale could have been cuppert-d; lust this; would not have done a service to the country by having prov i i- i l'iuin ht Baltimorennricun, June1.. pay the whole, but gave him 100 five-franc

.I be neceary: nnd in the 'her' instzncu neither, if the I ion made fonts i adjudication. on just pimciplc": a'ul j The Sa lOll Murdir.-Tno S dem Regisj pieces. The assassin related to him the i Ntltif? e

railwa.fll.. whitrh!: au appropriation was asked. and by freeing the Territory, from all the evils of an un :j uf Monday, contain a fir! more copious: particulars; of the muider told him where

givencoakl l oerected; bn; no, there 'eemstobe aniudi'positija cert.ai1lnJ unadjusted state of the! title to the best and particular detail of the ci i; CIIhllrec.'sI :: :: the club was concealed, (:snd s.r1 ld he was .THE price of Flour being 4 and Dollars per
auJ cultivate the iutcrcstsuf I the I late tier of :\11'. Bakers will give from to-morrow, the
to encourage atteiiding I : shocking iuu:
hal! endeavor to fl! t- had not possession of the
portion of it. I uovv > ill) duty\ !> sorry Knapp}) got 19th instant, 20 ounces of good bread for C4 cents. -
this: delightful country, but its possessors will in my clients: with fidelity and Lease tho>c who live on I While, than ;any n .rw !\'e heretofore given. I right Wi'l l, for had he ... \\ another. had PETER ALBA, Mayor.

time, and time flic'J ewiftlv"', convince their! more the detraction and condemnation of others to oLtran I The: narrative, is drawn! from tho confes>jynof ( i been in the room he would have had :if.j .- Mayor's Office, June 19,1830.Proclamation.

favored brethren of their mistake" ; th! cane and the all the atisr.'ctio that may be derived i from therconKiuej -I Joseph J. Knapp.Ji., who 11.1> turned I j Knapp sent the accomplice to get the club -

vine will soon luxuriantly spread arwund, emigrants on my conduct. If there is any thing in the review -I >tat':)' evMencc. it was the i.ioat cool,. and destroy it, but the accomplice was unable 1
from :.Mexico\ from the North a-id oitth. full If indastrv I dc1ihenite, and atrociuu; asvivtiwtlion: : ;: that.1 to find it he aftt-i wards said.. *
of this! strange ( Hit'-lIa"Jt" \\i hich was gotten ip. I as __ .
and ijerseverancc:; will create v.calth "''lItlicicht tho I! has ever occurred to stain the annals of our Knapp when he made the confession, : by the 3d Section of an Ordinance
I that can afford consulat! to those) \\ho gte or "e WHEREAS
;o- ;ablilh' their own public works and then, they !I country./ A brief sketch of the facts in the I I designated: (the place where the assassin told and government of the
who felt the impulse leave them to theirenjoyiaent.In
need not beg of tl .i i;u\'CnUHPllt a wharf' a rail- I case, as disclosed by Knapp, was given in !I him the club was concealed-and the City Pensacola, approved>> 6th June, 1827, the pa-
and persons
all the assaults made upon my private public | I -rrol regulations of the city and the ringing of the bell
-viv.: :-:!Striou-.lv, stranger; a* I atn. my unv.ety is conduct: : I have confined my self to deft'iice alone, and jI j this paper yesterday ; ;and! several d.iys since, to whom rhe confession was made, went on are under, and subject to the order ofthe Mayor:"

trcat in favor; of this llarc-f nothing eU p was in its I II I only writ; this to }put you in po ;session; of f:ict :! we pl bushed an account: of the anc'st of I Saturday last to find it-they went exactly Therefore' ,the following regulations will be observ
favor look at the and I excellent water around Palmer! and the manner of his arrest, in the according to the directions be at their ed. The City Constables will ring the bell at 9
pure that will enable you to prevent further! imposition.! gave o'clock, P.l\I. from and after the 20th day March,
the Bay, it ic i only to place a barrel in the sand and I am very respecfully, State of l\1aine-which arrest.led to the first attempt placed their hands on it, and until the 20th September, and during the remainder:

within it excellent! water can be dipped up. Those Your friend and tervar.t, I whole disclosure. The letter from Palmer drew it out from under the steps of the of the year at 8 o'clock, P. M.

remarks I have: thrown together for your consideration JU.;. :\\VHITi:. demanding nicney, containing dark allusionsand I Howard Street Meeting House. It is a Fifteen minutes after the ringing ofthe bell, the
I Ii
city constables, as well as the patrol, directed to
threats I
relate he
murder
supposed to to
the
and remain more than !half a weapon well adapted to purpose-a the and'
I II commence patrolirig1 streets; slave
i ---- every
PENSACOLIAN. t I Congress adjourned ou the lt instant, Ve x-': was directed "to- "Mr. Joseph Knapp, merchant heavy bludgeon or Indian club, made of found by them absent from their homes after that hour
Salem, and was supposed to be intended inches and half until without written from their
a tract from the National luteUigenccr of June 1st, the \I II hickory, twenty two a long, day light, a permit
: EDITOR OF !I for Mr. Joseph J. Knapp, who is a with a smooth suiface, and a large oval head owners or employers, will be taken by the city constables
Tn! .
COPY OF A LETTER TO I following account ofthe lust d.iy's proceeding i ;
the to the Jail, used for the and
respectable merchant in that town and who or patrol city
loaded with lead and of such form as is best
THE: Pr.'iSACOL.GAZETTE.:. Satuid'jy was,the lust business day of the I took it fiom the Post Office. The there kept confined until the next morning,when! they
I suspicious adapted to give a mortal blow on the scull will be brought before the Mayor, to be dealt with according
session of tint lie l-ibt
Jant fiA. 1830. Congress is (
Aui iti.t.J, present ; I
character of the letter
was such as to induce without breaking the skin, or drawing blood. to the city ordinances.In .
Mv DEAR Sin-The bill: grantinghe right cf preemption day ou nhicli any bill could piss either i ilIollsP. him to deliver) it over to the Committee of The handle is ingeniously contrived the same manner it shall be their ddty to take ,

to all tIe: settlers on the public lauds up to And on no day, probably in the bis- I Vigilance. And it ,turns out that it is his for taking hold of very it with a firm lIesays 'I'to the city Jail every riotous, noisy, disorderly and .if
of this of Congress, have so ninny questions (Jfj grasp. drunken person to be dealt with, as above mentioned.
, this date, has finally }Ja .cll. The hi . policy i is a little singular.! It was intended iulm'Sl (( was ( to I ihe murder The editor of the Salem Re- club witha l lath('. 'Ja, this 1st.day of June, A.D.l830. J
their been decided.
. in the beginning of its establishment by law, to protect moment of passagn) ) used Tho gister says- The wretched! criminal i in. a few days after P. ALBA, Mayor. iNotie
and
I the home and improvements of poor occupants a- previous question was freely ; both I I "The sensation which has been created in the murder, found that all the designs whichhe -

'. gaimt the more wealthy competitor and, the heartless: Houses sat, with little interruption of fium ten I I town by these appalling disclosures i is beyond expected to accomplish by the murder t
, o'clock in the morning Saturday: to fouror H-
speculator by fixing a price and securing him in his five o'clock in, the mowing of Sunday. I. description. The person who has made theconiission and the destruction of the Will, were totally\ e
.. the l laud market byaCtiOfl. and who have been
pL.e. ioii without exposing to appears to frustrated --for tim papers< he had taken from
} : : About the time that numerous floating or unlocked \\ c shall, for the more tlii eel informal ion I the instigator of the deed, and the employerof the iron chest turned out to be ail ofd 117and !*//, ; 1

s Spanish and French grants: were about to be I of our leaders, condense the most iniponant assassins to perpetrate it, has heietofoie } in his guilty haste he left behind the ,

) pluceu: over the most valuable: portions of Louisiana. decisions in a !few pas-agmaplis.:: ? I I sustained a fiiir character, and the suspicions real Will just made. I

3 Congicas parsed" a law imposing heavy penalties for 1. The Calonial 1'radc-TIIC bill upon : of the public had never been directed towards Whether Palmer took part in the murder, I:

tf titun:; po"se-sion of the public lands. It was! under this subject which passed he m House I I of UcTljursd.iy : him. The depth of grief tntl misery or only knew the particulars from the information ;,

tli! hw that! : :Mr. Jeifrrton, then President, attempt- pf'srnlativ's on : passed: the Senate into which his ;inibble! young wife, and numurous received from some one or other of ;

rdtr expel; Mr. Livir. ;stou. The l laws were thieiio by a large mijoiity; (aftci some time spent : and respectable connections have the accomplices, the disclosures as yet made WilibesiId

n frlmc.ithat IONle could Like possession! dany public ?IS was in tlc: other liousr, in SC( n't session) i i !been thrown l b} this dreadful development, I by Knapp, we learn do not detcrminc.I I II ,

,o 1\1\11\ without 'I permit from the Land Ofiir I land l hts boen approved and signed: l bv O'e' i: !has!< caused the hearts of thousands: to Diced I AT 12 O'CL'K. ON TUESDAY,
President of tie United Stall'S aid becoire! !:i f : ltr* an writing. This law was superseded by oneKTUliorising I
.';; the: President to set apart districts and a law. !1 The substance! of the disclosures (Jos-'pli: Beauties of imprisonment for debt.-Saturday 61h of efiily next

- forbid by proclamation, the destruction of ihe publicct I 2. Duty ouJlulas-sa.-The bill to reduce .| J...., Knapp. }.. ,. jun., the.persun .who! has turned. I last being return day, upwards. of 20 ,
tim.ier; within them. and authority was given to prohibit the duty on Molasses, and to allow dia Knapp is he son-in-law of Mrs. Beckford for debt executions... This is the risidu-
'orill the use of such of the public umber! he should i back on spirits, 'I hich passed the House of i on utriM'THE
think! For ten Representatives!! some days ugo, passed the i the niece and housekeeper of Capt. White, um of the shocks of 1829. Among the debtors e
the
'public interest* required. years : Senate by a vote of 30 to 8, has received the I. and has been married about three years. are many of oar most worthy lellow l! citi I FOLLOWING
ie priort!>> 1:"25, when I entered Congress, there had .
; signature uf the Fiesident, and become a The person' engaged to pcifoim the deed zens. One of them, Capt.. Samuel Godfrey, [
er been no pre-emption law passed anJ! two committees law. I' appears; to have placed great reliance upon is now eighty sic years of age, with the loss Meal Estate,

>u had made report which were concurred in by Con- I 3. Duty on Salt.-The bill to reduce the :. the expectation ofobtaining the large amount of hearing and nearly bent down by infirmi- ,

c* grew! agaiiirt petitions, memorial, and resolution, duty on Salt in like manner has become a I i of treasure generally supposed, and in fact ties. He is committed too, not for a debt of Situated the City of femacola, and its

X- of States and Territories, Rnccessively presented at law, having passed the Senate by a. vote of 24to represented by Knapp to be probably contained his own, but for having been an endorser. vicinity, viz :

vea every session during those ten years. The reportsa 15. I I in the iron chest. We envy not the feelings of a creditor who ,LOT No. 262, on Palafox streets

re f3unded upon the idea that from the time ofthe 4. Solicitor of the Treasur ,.-The bill Knapp says that he entertained the notion thus exacts l\i£ of flesh,at an age when U "" 244 251,, on en Baylen Bayleb street street,and cornering'

er, passage of the law: requiring the permit! that all who which originated% iu the Semite lo establish I I (not uncommon, though erroneous) that if the sources of life arc so dried up, he might .a Ganjen'stre t/;

J- settled on the public lands: were intruders violation! the office Solicitor of the Treasury, pass- .. Capt. White should die without a \Vdl, his venture to cut it out* without the ,risk of 56, in the Suburbs;'

oflaw, and subject to punishment, instead of being ed the House of Representatives and has : wife's, mother would have been entitled bylaw drawing a drop of blood U 87, on la Plaza S villa and cornering -
onthe North Cunast.And .
at- rewarded by the} munificence and favor of Congress. become a law. I to one half of the estate ofCapr. W.:, Many of thoso thus cut off from active employments also-two undivided third* of the on Tract of '

he The prov ,ion@ c.fthe statutes on the subject were numerous 5. The Cumberland Road.-The bill as Mrs. B. was the only legal representativeof by an absurd law, :':ere just re Land consisting 800 Arpen's, on, the other aide of

.he and complicated. I remember it gave me which providcs for the continuation of the I a deceased sister of Capt. White, and the commencing business, after giving up all the Bay, nearly opposite city,)Juiow n by the namSaul.

of freat trouble to analyse them. I however succeeded Cumberland !Road and of Surveys for objects .II children of his deceased brother were the they possessed, with a fair prospect of sup- ofthe TERMS Careening CASH.Ground.
n the only heirs and entitled to the other lialft porting themselves and families. Qne or two '
convincing Congress that the settlera on public of Internal JmjMovement, passed the ByOthrofthSicsfthe' ; .
lands were not intruders, nor \iolater ofony law, House of Representatives. An amendmentwas lie knew that Capt. W. had made a Will creditors, harder than the rest, who hung EXaUofJ .

Oil and that the recent' enactments superseded thot made there, striking out the appropriation by which his mother would be entitled only back from compromising now have it in HEN MICBELE'r' 4IIC1i dtfeW.

- ofde lUlled for a totally different object. The establishment for continuing the Road froiU' s.t. Louis to a moderate legacy-after ho had, found their power to punish the honest. debtoraf- Pensacola, June h1.14tdosVity '; :'

of that that I''I who agreed ta assassinate Capt. ter he ha! given up all, and neglected to avail
hi; the fact that it was not unlawful to nettle OR.rb. to Jefferson City, on the ground agents
which the White for 1000- dollars, which he agreed to himself of the insolvent act, in expectation
public lands, gave us the pre-emptiou act of 1826; WHS a toad of the description upon I I TOxe s.
that law was the magna charta or the poor of Florid"" President of the United States recently put pay, the first step was to purloin or destroythe that no one would commit him to ja.1. Hap.
It Will : as he had free and frequent accessto pily, the limits of our jail were extended by
lletlred them liberty and property. It saved them his veto. ia giv n,that .d deduction of fite'
; from the rapacity of tbe speculate and secured a ,;. Rivers; and Harbors.-The bill em- the house, he agreed to do this himself the last General Assembly, or he misery NOTICE', w'vll hereby be allowed on.&be TaXe* due thecojrapfation

111 boa Ie and home to the wive*end children of half the bracing a number of provisions for light houses and to unbar and unfasten the back window that would have been inflicted would have of this City, f the year 1830 if paid to
ea population. and of harbors of the house, so that the assassin might gain been increased ten fold. Some of our citizens .- th.aubteriber, on of before the first QJor July nex),
It thp.m"fhe improvements
of 8th of Jannary to buoys piei
was ort ,
a. Palafox street where'he will attend
M i of entrance. Various modes were thought of with a true spirit philanthropy, visit- at his Office ;
*>their enemy was repulsed. At the bcinningerthia : and embracing also an appropriation ; tender each day in the week{from 12 to 2 o'clock, Saturday
se sion I was conversing with some of the Sen 40,000 dollars for deepening Back Creek, to take the life. He confesses that he went ed the jail. on Saturday evening to and Sunday excepud. ..
%tOOntheaubject to be (at the head of Chesapeake Bay and form- into Capt. W%. chamber 2d April, four days bail for those who might not have fiiends at JACOB JUCKETT&;,
sa- again, and they neemedyet and the in hand them oftbe yard. Tc CUz
(, pmiott the mouth ofthe Chesapeake and Delaware before the murder, finding key to giro liberty ifJ.
that
j..' not t Ob* rewarded.settlement I referred made to againrt this debate law ought, and ing Canal) which was contested in vain, I the'iron. chest, unlocked it.and took out the Daill- .1t1z:1:} PeeolsJtno4l3! ; ti ... 14 8?

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Hugh C+:cly I Compbinaut: J"w. A r.LUSB StiI'rLY
it he could fall in 'r of Florida.Superior I
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MISCELLANY. (finding none, and un- I Court Escamlia County Allen & Lewis* Det"'t. ) OFFathionable: for SUMMER sattiro! CLOTHING 1 j;,is

-- respectable proprietor, Pcnsacula April 29th 1*,30. ft: to the Court that the DdiJtdat1t am COXSISTIXU UIIC"hiil
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could be aCCU01moI I District and or
nut iclcntl of this! they having
A Sketch.-Going from Coventry to room wherein to exer John Innerarity: Coninl't) 'failed! to answer the hill of complaint in this ca"e--itis I Black Brim, and Gieen KonilHteen1

mingham, I found myself on the top of. I his craft felt the tim+' I I:4. 1 I i therefore} ordered, that unless) fife paid! Defendants Centres and! Froi-k Coals "

I mail coach, with the first genuine I I William Barnett Thomas 'I apl rear here on or before the second J Monday in June ;!o I Anjrola, Circr.Siiati.ar.il! French Linen '
of a John Bull that I had met with ott his: hands ; so iu or- 1 Burnett, Daniel F.. Bnrch, j next, and answer the I complainant's{ : bill herein, the variety of do. \itlt *

i landed in Ho was about 50 lie took out a pack uf t Timothy| Twitrhell! HenIN CHANCrilY.ijamia tame will he taken for couies- l against them, and .
England. amuse the by-standers in Joiirna;-ui, and die the matters thereof decreed accordingly. And it ;in ACKETS.riof' I '
of age ; tall, well made, and except a 'unknown heir or )legal e- .
number of ingenious further ordered that a copy of this ord!r published
politeness be appearod athletic. His a prescntativcls of Thos. J. j in tome public newspaper of this District for four plain, and frilled Imcn shirts ; Jjjacik ..

pWion was fresh, indeed sanguine, aq soon drew u crowd j \V yehe.d"ct-:l ed, Deft J Jj'iTlJHI j months successively,once a weok. I ian rravats Mud stocks ; silk pocket hmidkerrhiM 4;
," said IIP, after giving the ) !> his counsel i I silk and cotton hosiery ; black horse skin '
I chin between diyc-une complainant. y i A true copy ficm the minutes. I Deotu
nose prominent 'I
; and slapping the pack t fii! I ) ttlalllt1un. and it appearing to the court; that I BRYAN, CtcA.: I and linen gloves ; silk, cotton And worjiejYr*

pair of firm compressed lips now and I "I'll bet any man ten I the defindantsViliiain! Harm-It, 'hninas" Barne.tl, Mariana. Jaekcon CoiintvV.. D. I\ I prudery ; black, while and seal hat, Of fine qtlllii-

displayed a double row of double \ Jack of hearts at the 1 Daniel I:. Burch and the unknown heirs cr bal 1 re- I March 20th, 1ri:1:;+1. ci, gad l.ue&t fashion, with a general supply t tit

These were slightly tinged with tobacco ,I| pre juice of which escaped down the : f body seemed) inclined to I the limits of this 'I' rrilllry. It i is therefore ordered I .

either side of his mouth. His dress was till at l last, a "oca1 her- that inile.thev appear here on or before the Brnutley: Coinphiinant, 1rx. A"D
1 r iu a pea-j-tck- first Monday+ of.September: pex! ', and answer the roin- >If Clto\ cEFY.I .
skipper,
characteristic indicating a man of ? "Darned if' plainantV bill! romphint} tiled herein, the !ante will I ,0 Nancy Branth-y, Defendant ) SIIOJSc..
dent circumstances, alike above want and be taken; for nfesed against them, and the matters riTliHS day came tilt complainant by his Co\n sl'!1. J. O'Neill.
fashion. A blue! coat with yellow stop ; let me see if all's thlreol\lccr ed :accordingly. _B. and it appearing: to the Court hy the nliidavit
drab small clothes white top boots, I II !; up and inspecting il as> And it is i further ordered that a copy of this order he of Charles I*. Stewart, that the defendant resides otitof I Pen.sacoJa 3Iay 12th, ]!??J.-! Itf.
was no deception in it, published in some authorized newspaper; : in tin: District the District and) Ti rritory. and has not answered -
Marseilles waistcoat, cravat rather dirty table and to tum. / once a week for four months mcce-sivey! Q I the bill oicompk'int flied in this can-e. It is there FOR -
SALE
tied round his neck like a rope, a began A true tOP, 'tore; ordered, that unless said l defendant app"rhere: ,
brimmed hat. j'ockt't, fiat taking out a Tete.cio.. on or Ufoic the second Mniuay! of; June next, and l j A FIRST rate Bar,
As he arranged a drab fearnought of tobacco. .j') +:. nil : r.. B.\L TZJLL, Cl'k s. c. i.c.: answer the complainant's: bill her',:n. thin same.hall 1 necah Cunr.ty tI'' the I .best materinls. 'lengthuo
bank! IotetIO.Li! : wtiidi A. (ur:Jos, ijol'r.Territory. Le taken t for; lonli-ised, ] ag-iin.-t her, und tin matters; i. rt. bieadl'i! 15 fret 4 ui '.
.coat under him, and settled his broad 1 l dollars, and handed to therein decreed a.-corJinfl ly. I ncbcs, will be sold low 'for toh or an approve.!

hers slowly dowu, he gave me a look And it is further ordered that a of ibis arid the I nolf, applyI
copy I"n
did the and of Florida. .
same
said as plainly\ words could say, +bPr i foregoing! order, be published! in sot no newspaper of I, v A N A'JN dV I .".0'"

friend 1 let you bo who you will ; I }; and .:iwralljcualllg+ Western District, Superior; Court, Etcamblr this District, once a month for'four uisiiUiSiUccessivcly. -

care a d-n for you.' He however, gave the middle, lumen Cmtntiu. I. I J. ALBRIGR'lnS
to the company, and ll A true from the nliut,to.-.
copy
a tide nod, and, for civility's! sake, said Jack uf Pcnsacola, April Iflih, I lJ3i!. S. BRYAN, Clerk. COLUMBIAN SYRUP.
cut toe :
weather this flr/crnnon. To this I not I Andrew P. Simpson A John A S'mpsen ) >. Maiiana, Jackson County, '/. 1)F. BCMCUVrtbithhas
proved
1 have itjelfnperioriSwaim's
a cheerful assent. It was my habit to be darned 1 if you I adm'r.s of John! :im,} len dcc'd and John i March JJfHIi, IrtiJ.:; A or any of the Panaceas fur H.c

rnako the first approach to the John "for here it is safe and I Et.1gll'. : f ThosBalticll, Complt's{! Attorney.Notice ol he fullo'viug: diseases, viz : cure

JO improve ono from them on the instant time producing the I 1:8. :J -- NKCUO5IS, (oral flection of tl.e bonrs,) KING'S
whether hu hud: dex I The nnkno\vi heirs} orrepre!cntati\e ofThomas 1 Brick HVIL.1 crSCr.OFULA. WHITJ.
1 have honu of t, to ( ) SWII.MRC ;
might como as ignorant J. Wyrlie, deceased.B .5I
CAISCEKUUS, and invrteiatv
while pretending to ex- ULCKUa
as I went. I also suffered myself to B'tjl 1 IS day came te;; complainants by tl.'.ir reii'isi-l. 1.IVKK and BILIOUS COMFLAIMS' ;
for awhile as an Englishman, to hear see if it was I'I' right I &. on motion all it appearing to the ,tr'.iatinll of Makers. RIJfiUMAT1C all cticns oilht'.tuoutJ & SYSTEM; 1

admissions they never make to foreigners.Just convulsed with laughter, the court by alida\it! filed, that the unknown lea. 1 genprnllv ;

at the moment a dashing equipp of chance" was f.ttu I heir or"representatives of Thomas J. \Vvcie! de- A Market will be opened at St. Rosa ULCKK5: of the MOUTH and THROAT.
et hard to wind' coa.sed. arc not i'lhahitants of this Territory. It isthenfore SYPHILIS, ind all other diseases
furious and the getting I arising il1lhe(
passed us at a rate ; as t JlcruUl. ordered, that unless they ap,Par hero en or I Island: in which impioperusc of MERCURY

was narrow, several persons made a -Norjulk before the fir-t IJ1t1'J NcAeiuhnr next Iud answer Aa c'nt'r,1! depnratiye
article or cleanser of the
escape. thjc-Jtnplaint filed !heicin, ore! saiuwill! be taken .I!.Il Sf or 8,000,000 breed, tflis remedy possesses invaluable poen
; i|
I D-n these ere upstarts,1 says ho : .-A youth who had for confessed, and the matters! tliercof dcciccdaccordingly. l impro"l's the appetite, and h.aiAsn] the irniaikuLle

must make a splash if hey din for'i, and ( horn scholastic tram i of BRICKS, ehct of depriving the skin of that! yellow bin! >ui
Ana: it i is further ordered that a copy: of tin} OilIer 't lint, uliith: ii so COHIIOAII in bdioiM toi-Mifutiouj.
other folks too for that matter. with it pretty fico, 'be .; iin.nineantloriz.dues.rIrer! printed{ ;:;.:y be disposed rffor the use t>f lite fortifications J. ALBHJGHT!

Lords care no more for common folks pre!\e//+:( whether he I in tie ntiitt afuie.s'ml, once a week iwr iwiir inonil.s"ICCi during the year 1830.Fj"niinMe i'Mladtfyhia.,

for cattle ; but John Bull is'nt the man to I conjugate 1 "No," re- *:.:i.riv.A of the Br;.'ks mint net be leas than I The proprietor, in on"ciii'(j hu "CcLCJiBUT

trod on. Too many Lords in tliis : "f tliould Sly, by all true ropv, R 7H-5; right's! nor more than f-5;)> inches. '1 !his: t SiKur" lo ilie I public, fnnrisl,; a few of the nick-

rot 'em. Just like rats in a malt house ; I : Ttvtlor.o.; !r.B.u/rzr.i.i., o variation: in t'.e!'; size w alloui-d. in eoiidnalien: ol 's; reniKrkatilc clues, performed tiy the tame, in tf$:-
( L'.. S. C. h' 1.1'. jar uut"niul shrakaaeufth"clay; in burning and .;)- niony of its H11'cflor I cntt chat powers pw given l Iii in,
xrsh Mad em in a Ir:1p.u I, .._- .. A. ( S.d't. >
"IDo) :. by I'sIHtatJltIIl| rS lIIS it-bidiiig in ciitierrrit
i>>,2 !r. 1t i i-d '-:ir.tbie, hov.i-u-r. iint: the re'\umdt'lickncsH parts: \
He then informed me that he wis an I - 0'---- -- ----- ('> 1-,1 inches) -liquid lifpiuiSated as near- of list: llniicd Stales as n JnM merit dseto the
1 tensive malster, and had buen to London SLOOP j J-Iii.iti.iJi) : 1 iJr.itii'i.y, Ci'inpl't. 1 IC[ i\v'-: :'.:iv fnj ly ::- po. iJlt': I same, ?< will as being the! nnus ol conveyii IDIOhl" I

be qnrslioncd ministers. HORNET. j .($.; Vipjil'natiMi 1-T l>:' ,' Tim Hi doc uhrnofi;*:red i for siY will be insprrted. fellow! trittiie3 wlio are siimlaih filictttlauie
by Nancy: Urai.iloy: Hef'r.1m) :!. I I speedy trod' elrertai]
aid; .eiv.'il, if lutiad to be ofa fjnality; ; Mutable: [ rf'nr"dJ-"arf', that
"An ei.iiiu! vret city l is Lun'un ; can j I I of the U nic..l: Si.l!o's lias Tappe-uip: i to the snti f.icti: >n
nil the world and moro besides. More I ; act: for the: bench ..lenil.uit n ': od Te-l th.t! till. Ala be In Jjr i.l::triE: at the! : Yo Iii, b! 'have n-,t the
ney in Lun'un tlnii: in the whole a-th- : \- :; of talc otVicerh md ;'c : : Bt u-jf-; nr.IrtrtrJ'rltctl'Lrouilll./c rt:;rrrrcl ; hut the.! buy sliglitejt tuaenc..sotnet
taper all the world and Old England iit.xt lo'aO:1: orlhi Court.l iotVwill t.-* ant t bick t" th:j t.'..HITT" -. t! f>f n l"idl i they had! tried j'rcvii:us to the use of the
up ) ; of the United! States' thither '"ri'il i that a CI: ''. efthi-*(".tI'! !O '-tl !th- ,. u I lie their
I I \ i- : ; j i1 ;:"' in:iikvt l viiil; I In, ; cl! >-rd (.!! ill,' ;Ala Drrp.u- >: 3i/i Irl : may j-rnt by own vttre&tatuns.
if .vlir delft look sharp. Have ever been i .:T. TuUbovlio+ have li"w.ll.l! "".UI"uv of' the :.l&th'Hi..cIl n-v.;>..;lua: : 1'nr; brr. +n' aOII.h: t cuif-r alh" nnr.'nnr.: >upplmay! bol"irni.cd. :.: Tin naricnu: U so "highly repaired by some of the

Luti'un 1 ehVen! it's a tIrunl! grrt sight I ( +of this ilC.t. Mill lll'.he tr.euii: ;at.s! MUT",!.\c1r- ct'x l hit dl due ntn c ti ;II} Le 211 nt.I'eiy i I i P"Y"" ilU s lot the core i>f various ili'.cnurs, that in

sno I You must know I wiii a hook on I anon .u bci to iiiis A tnt Ciipv from the mi nine'. l. !!i 'n'si' on Brirk* deliver-il.. v ill 'be maJe !:!: Me !rupi iCfol '* own liiionledec, irn griitietnca pf
may J". '4-'V> rt V J .\', Cnk. .. hen; i'; .:11..1 i, d !u.t it '/I" :;: I tin; iiieilical r.uully: veic induced to it in dis-
jng-a'to"h\1ed! I'm the :\ er r ; x ii more 'OUH'i try
every body 1 :! by cutluiucs! : ul'ilio; J lol-}
; "VI.rl..in. J a.k-oft CmuAvV.. 1).1. rasa, to winch lIlt-
: + i i i.lent: thit o ':tI'lIIc-Bt: -houlllt! > limdl' :ittio! efiMt.itioii( : 1I1t'1II1i1.lv'J hard been subject,
te git to the bottom of things. So I M.-.n-h! Hl. 1 1.Tl.fs. 1.-:P. II I'nod fraud
benciit; fl its
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great
j of t Pail( IIIl'th ; or. of ea %i Ii quarter trn.iinritmg rep ont oar ; one purlieularly -
Goulbern sends for me to trll him; all :; \vidor. ol one of the ','.;dzdl!: romj.rts. Atfom;' '. ..i'I..o on the '.n,' r-f !ilnn h, :nth) June, :ut6 s'lling in AMfiito-in N. J. whose 'ijoli/uoi

it. A nice mao that Godlmru-bllt :\ l It''ii! \iri.iiN:. fcr',Jit-.L, and the ol.-t oi'iK-t enbr.Trie wai threatened br a severe nitHrk of livercMnplotut -
nothing clout malting 1 can wind I i 1cl ( t1tt S I, MH'irf f to./19 dut.tlc'I:!', Ie; {j--jid dtr ('''rt.lIlt..n.hlt which lad pievioitsly reiclrd hli own treatment
; : :a Isild: In or vhu} mn>.t ad 1 'I. '.wi-s in the ot'n
hti"I hdritaedSt.: I'ura: I Iu.d uiidei | course few weeks restored
round my finger at that business. It's : ) \i"loxv ; that hv or situ i hand choice I IIPrUGluiJnsi.tilii.! : ': 'I''I'o I to the eiji\ tiM-nt of per fret health'

tonishing how little These fillers knows, tar'u'} l < t then: aic no other |I Keepconsiiintly] : ou a 0 'til. II. Chase I The cioiini n r.ich have been receive from

I saw the Duke, loo--Jevil of a ft then sciuclion ofGKOCSS&ISS. agents i in diflVirnt parts of the piiion, speikin cf
; :' ; tlicati<;!n with 1 .
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fight, butknoics no more about malting Cap (..u ps En:i inrrrs. the good tnV' u piodoced by the atop, me Mifiieienl -
In .
; made i>.. jj'i.uili.'n' I St IIo iM.ii.l' ), Man ]15th.: I':!O-J.-tf: to compile sit this lime m octavo, voluire ofupwards
_ my foot. I could lick the whole (cat of I ; if more: than oii'j child!11 i f, _' .______ ._. of two hundred pages to enumerate all

at that business with ono (hulJ join! in a po\v\ r .|f rGn?i tiJf0. fSuperior !. 1 1 flit cures

tl1int"u licked the 1 pniev voi .. He I i ; nnt1 of their (n, n niini- j Liquors, Notice. (| The du l =es of the .' Co'ninbian! Syrup," arc JUIU-!
th ; .n.iit-ly pioKHiioi'-l, >;nd l :id:, the
grot glneral ;\i'S saniu: he could lick :t : : ) to receive tin rcI 7V rn i i HP-'L'wcribor I I hiteiiti-league I this I place for tu! '': | pt o to ap am!
mom-y : (x iteugth of the Iranian jrbteni. It is !
so perfectly
hull; world his! thumb. I I
us easy as turn I < it rV'.rtntm tic! lit ntJI m'\t ; aId wi e nore : ,
r i. Jltito: jiroof ;a: ab ivi-. u -.f .; inn Ic* nt. tint ro rt'i! elects tK-fJ be upprel-rncfed
British an the devil \\ hen they set out 411 I I ; a paivnt lie or -.he ..i ,. f.!0 tr'J rt ,;i'tJ-.i--Ul l | croons iudtltl,110. ., Ito %l..tc Him of I Ij !I! rom if, w !i"I' Jaln apifcably; to the fiircttioix.

thing, ch 1 won't SlOp; shun! of hell (1*i j : she i"i \lilt't\ jriK-nt, :ln.1 i ij .:I l7NC.I l-$, I i. IItill; c., (.J.L:., !;''It may l.c git i on v. .ll'oi.t! any apjut-lit'iisiun tu tLe;
When J." \I I I 1 most leikdci{ infiiiit: or tr-Le! ;ulnl.Ri.coMt .
I
once fairly start" i i ; : \ or l"lilt1. 'i Frrsh J"i (/oar, j or tot!h:..:;elf (tvhosi: not<.v or accounta h- :vi' l be""m ,* |II
Says I, 'Do think he'll fight tho line t to make di hose l\hIHC.lL : ; >..NiiAronyicccMiinrnileu :'trrclt.ilavwg .
you j j i l roher! and I ) mm ; te p-tyment.: echo dojnotavrl I
Mterror: "I fa .8.r. .oc.
JI:, : { the uscf J. Atluihp:',
SMiist" The Russians 1 what /rr:srun i' :II i : 11lolH-t'Jn: ;< cf tin-nut-re, mii.-t not ('IIII'III ,
for tho Russians to think ofjitaitt old 'I : : > .' that: th; re are no : \ ':iiH-h he) I,!j'r* fir salej; : ou ttu* III" .t ar! ,I,+In41t!; : { ; if ihi-y find l tneir acc uaas in the hands of au j I COLUMBIAN; SIKUP" in my cnn ;piitate JHaCHC\
} } o 1 for nearly Res PUll. nnd having nitiirskcd .
no plll'Hts, iv.i: no 1 bro .fling Attciraey i fIr cjllcc'ion. 3 its dcciilcd
iiixoico
cal 1tal1
: Itrl:1
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gland The Dtike'ud flog 'em in j jniinits I I } 1 I c Hi racy in many case, which Lad pieiourtsiited -!I.
t'.i.in: tliOMi; ni.iking the Pa el Gates.
," "Perhapssays} I, "ho would i I 1' jl l'rJ it\; I mil the usual' rrinnlitF. I now with much plea
; 1 ';;.J 1m niuie: : sh.m one I lVp:a-nla\Taioh\ 13, l-:JO-3-.-tf. MII- give n'V testimony in its fit our, Hud will!
: quote
it if it vote not for the talus and : : I j i :
I 1 : i :': they sli.ndd: + I 1 join I in COns! ? ofFancy 0- I a few uf l (the wnst rrniaiknu! corps peiforuied( ty
debt." Pooh what's the national debt ? I
1 the wl.icli:
came; untier+ notice..
: ; ", as in\\ thv cue: of Chairs NOT1CEo I my
city of Lunnon alono would pay it in ; I Mr John' Hinrklr's son, of' Abingtcn ttiw.isfiip

miuits} ; and as for the taxes, let ','in tie Ladies Worl.: Stands, ;i } Montgomery, county i'a. iilcrrntion' off!" inoutKand
ulicre 1 rnoroof. II P. Under *)i .ul }h.L constituted and ,
the malt and 'ud one or ,: n : ppoitcd l'ioat. andvioen1i'tLrinn1icn! ( of theey'e;
duty on thing
right." "That and the, every" said I. brothori ,and si >:toi r ,I j!l i Dining 1'lliff.vl ADAM GORDON Esq.: ; the dist*** I l-ai: l c'.e,+'ro'rtl the: soft pa.ts of the
tthes, I I ]
i ihro *l and loot"of the! uuMttli.
i ret will .ho cntitlcil! lo I I U a red us, &c. &.c. : < I'tMt it laid hard
.i-n the Clargy, for a useless set oi I Attorney cii Law i i iI I the bones mill miul' its WilJinlu the ise.-Mrsjry ,
suck( rs-a lazy set of reckless scamps; oltorliun I I At the New York plccsto close a Ccnsignmcut: \! \[ IVfr-on, of \\' h iI1SI"ii, Uri ofcoiifiiniei.!

on 3'tnycures and the bowels cf the : ;; KE D.\LL. I Mardi 15, 1-T30-CtfNOTICE. I AND I I Scrulubi' niMlcr n girt she laboured neath' three

rot 'em, L wish old England wits well rid ([('oUtT'ru-'r': 1 0 1i 1I I 1----- --- 'I! X. S. P.vKMKTfT.p.; Ksq.; Itis Agents :.::.1! gals t.ie. Ic'r She SitP i !had of extensive flic neck duty!scroliilotis?/rt> bar brcart ulcemlivnion the

Vm. This} I always found a sore Jt/t April 1830. ] i Attorneys :in lact; in i\\>\io |>l.irc.W. I hrraKt'ry much enlarged ; her left arm swollen;

and one that is hurrying the nation '- [ -No. 3..] : '\lir.\ Subscribers ha\ii: ; entered into ((-partncrB. llu-scli Hunt.Pons.cola. i and ns ics<, and her head ou the aficclrd Bide re
irretigiou faster than all other si.ip; have on hand, and eipect to U"'fp a rotisupph ciing( on the tln ;.!tlt'r.! and) violent pain in hers
tilings com l:t : lit-.O-Gra:)
of the widows and or taut ofllie 'folio wing articles, u i.th! the} ofli'r .! : .J I } src'nt. General Thomas Snyder, of RhfumalicafTectionof

ned.I ScnnuMi, and Ma on the mot.! reuoiublo term?, 1'l7.- ( the IIt'iul. followed by nu obstiuction of

then made myself known as an { of \V.ir Hui uc't. 40 Bagsgn Havana Cot! i.'{, .CLOYlrHINGiIIA1't ; the nosli it!, ; M'u'rtpain in the upper jaw, eteniK

can, and told him we had no tythes and / Srnatt and House of 8 Lbl,. :. Orleans Sugai, ''tog from the nose over the check bones ; the cnfkjeliihii

taxes. "An A.ncrrvcan: eii? Where the United States 4 Bbls loaf and Lump, do. BOOTS, AND SHOES. I : of 13 Chests Imperial! Gunpowder, Y. Hjson and j Boniei of ulceration r.f the left nostril, obstruction
NJ. "From
ColumbyV Mexico assfmbled Tint the Jly+,Tear, O'KEILL I of the same ; loss of smell difficulty of

"From Peru t* No. "Where th n V there he, anal in c.sc 2 (ClKftM-uueriar Imp'l l and Gunpowder do. in' breathing, and severe pain of the sj stein- It.fllloid.i .
{" ASjn!t recfivrd a fdhionai! assortment of *
i \ wife, and
North America-United States.Oh, the child children "Z 1 Iii.! Canisters JlVinter and : son daughter; AJig. !.Musick; oft
or
somewhere near ; 2t! ) Boxes Pp ;nii I JandlciJ, G's and f"*, Sj-itn t {'hi unic riiitMimaiisni. vtith which she had been
looked Canady, aye-thought ., then the 1 patent ff 5 Boxes tallow do. ((( .h ('t flr; i fV! I I aftlictfd upwards 0;sixteen years ; her son of scald
foreignish, and diJu'i talk like ho no paicnt: then the 1 Cask -Mip'r winter strainr perm oil. I IVhlch head, and daughtrr of scorluilic afTcction of tbo

Hinglish. Come over iu a steam ,,} of the olhccrs seamen, (ii() Has shot, various siyes, he ofl'ert for safe' low fur Cash, Stun Hiiil discharge from the; left ear.-gtrpbeu

'spose t Heathenish country that, hey ? in the service of thu 2 Ca.-ka Bacon, consisting of Lams, shoulden; AMOXU WHICH! ARE; Snare's son of cii ions ftll'''clion ofihc+ shin; nearly

any manufactories ? must be ru.n'uns in the United States'; and silw, Black, blue, brown nod olive dies, and dock su- ''I the whole of the shin "bone was destiny, together
2 Tierces KICK. ]0 boxes Raisins, with ninny of the smaller bones of the font-Mr)
did ( cloth
it take
long learn ppifine
you to HinglUlt &lnll: he entitled I to, {I 1 151)1. Almond.- do. London "tlurtard, PANTALOONS.I I James l\i' linll, of liver complain and sihma
I have only been in England two money in the TrcaJ J I IU Boxes r. Crammehn and C,'; ChocalatcKo. COATS t 61 which he had ttpivanis of nine y'ars.-3Jn. Myers
they all talk I do in America. 1. 1! of nirrrati'd sun mouth and (
as Buii up cold, c ussiuctrittii, and ciictusiau do j throat and hei daugfetcr
thai'*a good 'un, make me believe that. apprepriatod, a sum( II Bbl". ll'hirkey. 5 do. N. E. Rum, of scrofula. Besides the diseases above ells
thought from lingo that }11.of their: re nrti\e e f> libls. American Anchor Gin, VESTS, r.icrated, I prescribed the Syrup with great success:
from tho your you was a aforesaid, on the tenth 0 BLs.! Newark Cider, plain black and flgttied ilk velvet, valen'ia, toil in mercurial case and secondary syphilis

eigner first.-Queer sort of up to which day the J Cask London Biowu Stout' nrr, fancy ouch pl I guw i in your country, eh t ., i I the deceased shall be (f i Bids superfine I'loor8 do fine do. \Vilh a vaiiet, ot"ROUND I''Columbian Syrup' I have divested mylanfuigcer.liiely
scmo on 'em were in the field with I I 0Ke:) r:; Richmond chewing Tobacco, t of technical terms, the better 'e be uod rJ .
reapers, they would take 'em for wild tlio! accounting officers li Bcv'ijdo., Cavendish in email 1 plugo. JACKETS, I f. :.r>tood by those, tu whom iris intended to convey
eh t and chase \ 5 1iI.!,ls. superior leaf Tobacco, Fine frilled and plain lush linen its effects. The length of lime thr diseases hare
'em. "What I.
(says I) 24, 1830. U JJoi.cs Havana Cigars, 2U.OOO Melee do. been dissipated, convince RJf'. that the curtt are
you think of me? I am a farmer's soir" Easern l'OU) common do. SHI21TS : permanent HIU! it may with propriety be said, that
Port
"You I you I why you have been in Argus, Iron and -t 4'1 in b'trn, Plough Moulds, and a general 1 duck, check, cotton and flannel do. i i it? healing qualities rank it among the first renK*

land, and larnt a thing or two. Statesman: New York assortment ofUAIW irA HE. dteaofthc; l' .nttlav._
DBA 1.VERS.
Brumanagem 1 f look smoking like all tl : Sentinel, Philadelphia) -AL- JOHN 1. MAY WEU' M. Drrhiladplphia -
: *; Richmond Enqui Black Italian silk CHAVATS, March 5, 18:8.
ctarnHl I Have choice collection of Liquors and
city
great ever been Charleston S. C. plain' and fancy do. The above mtnliollt'dlrhdue; can lie procuredat

Brum'm tit No. "Well then, you'll : I. Wines, viz : Silk Handkerchiefs (J'ovi' i, Hosiery, striped Bus; .I Ipenders thi** Mlar per quail buttle of the Subscribers
omethiug to. brag of, when > ou gct I : ; will: please give? .Hat. n>id Cap, who will exhibit to nay 1 prison applying-! the certificates
1
?" I. and forward their Pipe superior Cogniac; Brandy, 1 1PPllucol" of cures alluded to hy Doctor iMayttegvVanbaim
hey With Domestic and
1 d o Hollands Gin 1 puncheon Jam. Rum, P.r.c& Goods. r
On arriving at the "Hen and Ct'tiekr 1 Cask Sicily Madeira. February 7, 1 1& -I-If. & \ti 11s0I1.

Hotel, ho descended, pulled nut a handful 1 do. ondoti particular Teneiiffe, Claret. &c PenSACola, 16th Januaiy, h3:J. z

silver, and paid the coachman, and Inde fe THE subscribers have lately received a nowup- No\\ce liciclc \\\kers. --
I of Boots SUne and
ply Brogans Pump "Gentlemen's r"i\IlE Market for Bricks at St. Rosa bland will be NOTICE.S .
tdjeu by ayiBe 1 wish well ,
you fins Bearer Hats, of tho latest Ouhioo, 2 cases
a closed on the 3ht March, 1831, instead of\ills
-.nd{ trudged off with his drab-coat on Irish Vii uul, do. &c. &c, Ac. -
December IBO, (as stated in a former advertisement
tfcto York American. ( to the Now in store, and will be sold low for cash to closea unless the supply reunited shall) havo been previously) LXweeka( after date, I shall apply to the PrewiUigJusticsofJacksaA
PENSACOLA concern o\e coipplcte Dining Sett Liverpool. delivered Coimly Court,. for letter
for Subscription Ad- Ware, with a general assortment Crockery. Also of A:1 aui&rati li :ji.ixmti, oa rtd v:.o: Diamond. cut diamond.'t\ few nog, are jiieatcJ once. 7 dozen Fancy Chairs." 10 Wm. H. Chase, f dicaacd.

eo a porting character'1: locked in at FINL&Y& GATESI Capt. Corps oSt. ingiuccrrI e.u1 \ y .AIR.CIlLD:, ,
1t 'Feasacola! hia121etf 1830. -tf. j Koia Island, M&y 7,1SL1a--9--tf. SIItrh 1t : .
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