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I"BLI BD W r.JtLr, BY I toral rote, a )larger number than tae: received t ject of that resolution. It is impossible for siow unfavorable to their

W. AsBL1: : HVN"T, 1 I I l ia--tshatno'y any other candidate: and then Rut about prpv. any man but a skeptic to doubt that an overwhelming n appears to me to be impossible.political honesty T Danton such monsters who assumed as Robespierre, Mart and
man of common enst> ever denied of the the name of liberty
SOLE EDITOR AJD PROPRICTOK; -that a plurality of votes does not iuipo!=e upon majority people of Bit the internal evidence does'Dot stop only to stain her altars with the blood of her
Kentucky preferred General Jackson to here. 7he
Congress an obligation to choose!' the candidate conduct of Mr. Clay, for some most patriotic citizens
."'/iJ. "r of the Laws of the United States. 1
p Mr. Adams
: and that it their
that obtains that p.urahty.: I was will that week before he formed the coalition with
t 5CBSCR1PTIOR-Year ,g5 It is imposeibie for me to avoid the belief thai. : their Representatives in Congress should Mr. Rums is worthy of the most attentive In fact, it may be broadly laid down as a

Half year 3 !Mr. Clay knew this to be a false statement of the vote for General Jackson. Will Mr. Clay examination. What then was his deport- general political truth-and I defy any one

: Q'larteryear 150 question, and that he intentionally made it for. attempt to excuse himself saying that ment thring the early part of the session to produce a single exception in the histo*

Subfription payable in advance.Ai'TERTisiso. the pnrpoppofevadinjjthe true question issue. : the people had not given him formal instruc- Congress, in which Mr. Adams was elect ry of civilized nations-that no "military

---}; advertisement The objection urged from the very be very
the elf>Ctlon of Mr. Adams is, thaI lll'Va'! chosen of things, ever can the civil Go.
that he usurp,
saying the
by "cares
explicitly Hotte
tf the width of one column and mt"3uringrot ; of Representatives that was to ,
by member ofCn11!;Tc05 who Anew that a majority vertiment of a but in
how country, a state of
than twelve lines of this type, firstIrcrrnnn not he ascertains the will of his constituents choose between Gen. Jackson and Mr. Adams
more of the People of the United States, and aV.a- civil(
; war growing out of civil
| one dollar, each weekly continu* jority of the Mates, preferred General Jackson, : or what were the evidences of it: the characters and pretentious of civil despotism or
wider and that I he felt himself bound to obey it, whether exI the two c&ndido\tel1Vere corruption. And in every instance, it
and at ; known
ante fifty rents ; longer ones several oft re members who voted lug perfectly to i will) be found that the
tt' 53"if ratp. Rule and figure work, Mr. Adams voted against the will of the Peopleof :I press or implied. him. It vas known that he and his friends .i far from military usurper so ;

flrubl/ ;puce for the first insertion Ad- the States: they represented, solemnly ant! Now, I boldly ask, if there was ever such held the lalance of power in their hands, I destroying the public liberty, has

Tfiti'eincnts will be tastefully displayed, con: :-itntionallv declared, and several other, including a flagrant abandonment of principle, and and, by acting in concert, could decide the : partially whose saved the COM5try from that anarchy .

ar-..rdmir: to the nature of them! and will Mr. Clay, against what they knew to such a tissue of inconsistencies, involved in election. This they had openly avowed erected, throne had been previously
inured matter of this sire he the almost unanimous will of the Penple of any one political) act, as there is in the vote iu a publication, during the canvass before i upon tae ruins of that liberty.
; bf me: by type. the State will What then is the
that
they"represented, though moral to be drawn from
inverted intei .!lx that is not inrrt'd of Henry Clay for John Quincy Adams ?- the jeople) and body at Washington
\\ hen at : ( was not constitutionally declared.: ouch is the every these examples? It is that our
week from the first to the He votes for the man whom he had de- lotked to the movements of Mr. liberty can
every objection, nnd I will cow proceed to maintain it. i be destroyed only the
by of
]; as a new advertisement.-Amounts for the electoral voles of Maryland, three opt of grounds of political principle. He votes election. For more than a month after his ; and that if a "military

a.iv,'rti! ing' parable always on demnnd.l.f five of the electoral votes Louisiana i ; and two against the man whom he knew to be the arrival in Washington, he shrouded him- dominion usurper' ever the should obtain the sceptre of

;! I iberal contracts will be made with out of three of the electoral votes of Illinois ; choice of his constituents, and for whom he self in proronnd mystery. The course he is corruption of the civil Government
the
thce who wish to advertise the and vet a majority ofthc Representatives eichof was, upon his own avowed principles un- would pursue was a subject of various! only avenue through
by year. which he
thoec S'Itcs'oted; against Grn. Jaekpon. d der the can march to empire. How re-
toY.. most solemn constitutional; obliga- speculation, but he kept the counsels of his
:rr Communications directed m favor of Mr. Adams In Kentucky, the only tions to vote. "'conscience" diculous, then, does the objection appear '
from the .
a secret
JI"'lIlJunt, Post :Master, 1'ensacola will competition before the People wns between Mr. public.He that General Jackson is "a chieftain
If there be military
can a more shameless and advised his friends .in
Congress to
beuly attended to. and General Jackson. A of the "
Clay majority even ifhe such
were in
......-. -..! People voted for Mr. Clay; a very respectable profligate abair onment of principle ; a hold themselves uncommitted, stating that sense of the the fullest
expression 1 How much
more flagrant act of political treachery and when they did it more
minority-about one-third a*well as I recollect move was important that have
POLITICAL. TdPfi11 fur General Jackson ; aud not a single vote for usurpation, I am at a loss to conceive it they should move altogether, abd with decisive the we to apprehend, for the liberty of
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;: --:-::::::-1: ::::: country, from those
Inhn Ouincy Adims. But this is not all. The To bring out the full extent of the outrage effect. And f know that he prevailed corrupt political
ur MK.C :trDurru;of thet canvaM was; cond-ieted: by Mr. l*'IIIY and his committed upun tho ligtns of the P opJe. upon some of the Western members who bargain b7 which ucli melt *. Mr. Adam
!t' anniversary of South the establishment Carolina eele friends-I speak what I know from unquestionable by this coalition between Mr Adams md had made up their minds to obey the will and Mr. Clay defraud the People of their

.' *-Mtr*a<"l l, a ilaihburg# usual: on, in the :M July, bv, was the Mer -- exclusive authority hostility to be to the Mr. Adam fact-upon grounds of !Mr. Clay, I will barely advert to the fact of their constituents, by voting for Gene- of rights such than a from the election,by the People

'd..us' r'ist.val, given by .Mr. :::miltz, the General Jackson: had such a hold upon the that the People of Missouri were as Deci Jackson, to vote for Mr. Adams. Now, Jackson 1 "military And chieftain" as General
ptui-ier ot ate town. At this dinner, )Ir. McIhilic affections and confidence of the People of Kentucky dedly opposed to Mr. Adams, and in favor I ask you, as men of common observation, General what is it, I pray yon that

r wa pi( i Sl'ut as a guest. The followingV4 that the friends Mr.. Clay, to induce the of General Jackson, as those of Kentucky. what constructiontyou can place, upon this live exposes denunciation Jackson to the prescrip

-. UK4u in older, ui tile regular Toasts : People to vote for him, used this argument: No candid and honest man has ever, to conduct of Mr. Clay What possible motive chieftain of being a military
i. (s r friend (;far 6e JI'nii-1'hc firsttntxii'si They said) none of the candidates roiild be elect- my knowledge, pretended to deny ths consistant with honor or houcxty, ? I will tell you, fellow citizens. '

a. .i ,;cuIJuncc rile principles and plans ed by the People, and tha the election would, fact. There we see the votes of three I could have induced him to keep his own In a period of great national peril, whena

tltue. Loi'/iliott.insuited Toe indignant reechoes voice the of anwjared of course, devolve upon the House of Representatives States, Maryland, Louisiana and Illinois, !! course a secret for so long a tim., and toprevail powerful and veteran army threatened an
and IVopie curt important
city of the
that before the house of Union
t ; Representatives -the of the
key
I given Mr. all the friends he could influ-
> >'inca OJ tae opinions and sentiments. 2'use, General Jackson had no chance of success, to Adorns in direct opposition to upon whole Western country-with and
\ ankee l>outlit." One gun. I and that the only way, therefore, to defeat the the vote of the People, and the votes of tvo : ence, to adopt the same course 1 Can the desolation, General Jackson capture ,

.Mr. DIFFIE then rose, after the music hadcca I election of John Quincy Adam:', awl secure a States, Kentucky and Missouri, against the I spirit of charity itself, believe.that he was from the walks of recently destitute taken

:-rd i, aii'l 1 addressed; the company us follows : Western Prt'lIidel1tlIlo vote for Mr. Clay: known and undoubted will of the Peopleof i all this time consulting that "faithful monitor of a regular private life, -_

i iu nsw on au occasion like HUB, tellow-citi- for, if he obtained votes sufficient to carry him those States. I will say nothing of Ohi; I his conrience"fYas he studying the been but military education-having
lent, to offer you the poor liomae: of my sim'cretaa"i into the Hou:? Representatives son?of the for though General Jackson received<< t characters, &t canvassing the qualificationsof but very short period in the regular
for the distinguished honor you now dome three candidates such his influence army- impelled by an ardor of patriot
: highest was lurge majority of the votes of the People over two rival candidates 1 These he had
r. I cannot but recur, with a remise ofgrantudewu.ui i there, that he would he elected. Mr. longknowu. It is impossible ism, in which no man surpasses him ; animated -
Adamsyet it ig nbsolutel place
;. 1 Irave no language to e.xprese, to me not ) certain any by a
; Against Mr. Adams, it was urged by Mr. Ciay but courage which fears no consequences -
; that be one construction his conduct. A
could have received the vote ofa upon
.sid paiotV 1 have lurctofoie: rtceivcdof \his and
inautl and friends, that he was an enemy to the interests sustained> by that exalted:
and kindness majority if Mr. had been man situated as Mr." Clay was, holding in his genius
', indulgent : Clay not a candidate -
) ''ji; '"truo atqc.llntut : of the West, as indicated by various acts Inch eminently qualifies him for -
ani 1 fit .uM! uo equal injustice to my own leer of his political! life; that he was an clpo llJlc I though J confidently believe he hands the balance of power, am1 holding -rushed forward to the command
inland to }our claims upon my gratitude, it 1 federalist," the reason given by Mr. Clay forrefijMiig would. himself and his friends professedly uncommitted and point ofdan-

did notyvaii ni.vsesfol this first opjiortuimy 5l to serve with him, in a subordinate: Ma- Fro.* the statement of facts which have can be regarded in no other light gar other overcoming difficulties, which to
3.J ln: nur: vou publicly and collectively, to tender tion, in the Cabinet of Mr. Monroe, and that it thus submitted it than of putting himself up to the highest any man would have been insur-
briefly is that nntahle-.trcag8n
apparent
mauneft: acknowledgements, for that Big- nab important, on the score' principle,to hank -Mr. Adams elected the bidder. It i is the same, in effect. as if he within, and a superior
rat maniUstation ot sour affectionate attach- the Cnbim-t ("ucce-sion, which, in the course of was against known had inscribed on his (forehead the words army without-achieved one of the most
rn t.t, winch secured t>> we, in the inidbt of a time would enable the President, as a matter of will of a majority of the People, aud a majority which often the doors of signal: and glorious victories that is to be

tfrin.' i opiilar excitement, and an animitated course! to nominate his successor.=Thus you of the States, HIU! by the votes of Mr. nanted you houses-"To see on Let." An honorable unte- found on the records of military history.

faiixs carried on by two respectable oppo- perceive thstt the canvass was conducted by Mr. I II Clay and other members, who knew they I And is General Jackson by only a few
years
run;., the unanimous otc of the citizeus of I I Clay, before the people of Kentucky, upon were voting against the will of the People man intending to act honestly &disinterest- military service, because they were thai

11arburgHId; its "Icitllt+ '. principle, in divert exclusive opposition: to r.Adams. they represented. The question, therefore, I edly, would not have permitted his opinion signalized, to be disqualified for civil office
While adxortinu to the generous and liberal .I What followed The election de- naturally and unavoidably itself to I to remain doubtful for a moment under Are be
suggests we to told that the
which have lutaiiahly SUI!- 'ved the House I such circumstances. The fact ofhis glory which he
motive could
every induce achieved
tam, 'd me, 1 must be permitted to remark, that, and Mr. Clay was not one of the three highest and what holding the votes of five States uncommitted by sustaining every privation, and
i it} there ha been any thins\ in the public Btrvice candidates. It then became the duty 01 Ir. in principle could justify, Mr. Clay, when it was known that upon him it braving every peril, renders him dangerous -
render in the trampling upon the rights of the People, to public liberty because it has made
Jt '..alirea mj' fortune to princi- CIwawl his Western friends to choose between I much to how
h'.\e avowed, or in the spirit with which I Gen.Jacknon and Mr. Adam by violatin their most sacred sovereign i I very would depended say they him the object of a natiou's gratitude 1 In

1'lft-1 i {' maintained th>n?. calculated, in any dc- In the mean time the Legislature of Kentucky rie-ht-a right which i io the most comprehensive !'I that he vote, furnishes satisfactory evidence fact, General Jackson has served his country ,

i.'rte, to reflect credit upon| thlo Hi@trictand :State:: 1 influenced, perhaps, by some misgiving : terms, he had acknowledged to ex- '.: "consult was his holding) himself" back, not to I much longer in a civil than in a military
I have the hotur it IB io be mainly' Ut its the conscience, not to consult the !
to represent( as to the course of All. Clay pa!8ed People ? This naturally leads to capacitv-has for more than ten years
1".Tilled 10 tile Met, that 1 am the leprebtntatii examination qualifications of the candidates-but to
an of
those circumstances ceased to hold
tesolution almost commission aad
unanimous military
a by :; vote. de- ,
tt high minded and intelligent people, drive a political bargain. And the subsequent -
that Mr. which induce the belief that the coalition yet we hear the high of Government
who. while they would look with indignation claiiwg next to Clay, General) I formation and circumstances of the dignitaries
Jackson was the choice of the people of between Mr. Clay and Mr. Adams was denouncing him as a dangerous
ui-on an art of baser. cs treachery on my part; I coalition, make the evidence irresistible.
al.1 i ptinmh it with exemplary promptness by Kentucky and requesting their Representatives founded upon a corrupt political bargain. i I I When I charge Mr Clay then with ha- military chieftain. Where are his soldiers,
discarding me from their service, are alwavsprepared in Congress to vote for him. And it :Mr. Clay has repeatedly asked in his '!'I. ing formed an unprincipled, coalition with and who are they ? Of the regular army,

to extend) to me, the most liberal conti- is a remarkable fact, that the very few speeches before the People, with au air of Mt Adams founded bar- John Quincy Adams is commanderinchiefthe
c.: political
a
tltnrc, whi\.e! my exertions are ilisiutere. tedlydey' I members of the Kentucky Legislature who confidence and triumph which he well :. I wish be upon understood I soldiers Andrew Jackson, are the .
.ted to the advancement of the safety and opposed the resolution, rested their knows how to assume in the most desperate -I'i gain will to distinctly People. So much, fellow-citizens, for the
oppo therefore what
g\nr\\ ot our counnon country, or to the perpetu- sition principally the ground that emergencies, if he is to be condemned state analytically constitutes charge brought by Mr. Clay against General
upon i it in
;,'.< T IIf tier (liberties. having said thus much without evidence 1ViIJ my opinion, a corrupt political Jackson
was to notorious that the People of Kentucky you not, said he. forsavinghis country.
i.: ,efirwnre la m,ref: I must now invite your bargain. If! Mr. Clay voted against Gene-
preferred General Jackson to Mr. accord to me the right which belongs to j. T here are some minor objections which *,t
:.rr.: .J.fo.i; to SUMP brief and general views ol' the ;;. ral Jackson, knowing that the People of
Adams that the the humblest culprit, by the humanity of !i I -hould be glad to answer, but oauch
which have Representatives of very
;r. r' a: a{ <':Jr.; >iug subject to lOU thatI ; Kentucky I preferred him to Mr. Adams, and
h(:, ; t"t.J'to aUujein terms to me, so high- I State in Congress must know it, without the the law- that of being presumed innocent knowing that he was bound by "the will of: an occasion I will not so far tax your
h ., till the is proved 1 Now it is obvious I patience.
r.( in I'Harr. resolution of the Legislalute. contrary constituents whether implied I
...1.i :, .n :ht first place, five it to you ae my Yet Mr. Clay and a majority of the that, in this question, Mr. Clay covertly I I and if his motive, for express voting in or oppositionto ; [Someone in the crowd here significantly
rfr :' : i'i' acid l solemn opiuion, founded uponwas assumes the absurd that
Representatives in Congress from Ken proposition pronounced the nameof\MBIUSTIR! man
the will of the to his *
People, was promote
I
... ttie that the political crisis iar
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: V" < a man can be condemned -
r.. 'W i.uoic liberty now involved, is one tucky, not only voted against Gen. Jack- only upon positive own political advancement ; then was he audible tone of voice, which was evidently
: son, but in favor of John Quincy Adam, evidence, when it is known nut only to of treacherous abandonment of intended for the ear of Mr. M'Duffie, and
\t Ii i::' idiinitviy: iinpac) **' in iinportatsce any guilty a
tr. I. : .i> '+1I'urt"l 1 in the history: : of tlju country, the >ery man against whom, in'the canvass :' every lawyer, but to every person in the principle and of violatin;the rights of the was thus promptly noticed by him.] \

,, t:::. i"ic volution, which icsulled in thc esta- before the people, they had directed slightest degree conversant with judicial People. And if there was any understanding I hear a voice exclaim Ambrister! -
t .'.' :ie'tt of our In'iendcuce.'! their principal opposition upon grounds of proceedings, that it is the practice of every "express or implied" between himself
tilt of the Kev,iuion! day to condemn accused of the As I presume it is from a constituent '
viz persons
war our ancestors high political principle, : I. The impor- and Mr. Adams that he was to receive the
',"'t' i.ncd ti.e power, UM IfI('y lead the unqutetion-- tance of having a Western President. 2,. highest offences-even of murder itself appointment of Secretary of State, then i it shall receive the most respectful at

a' right, to make tlie experiment of self got The necesaity of breaking the order of upon presumptive or circumstantial evi- was the coalition founded upon a corrupt tention. I thank you, sir, for that
: :'ii.ent. It now remains for their posterity Cabinet succession. 3. That Mr. Adamswas dence. Iu assuming, therefore, that he
; word for it furnishes with
bargain.
political
me an occasion -
t> 'itYimine whether that cxp..rimeutshall fail, cannot be condemned but evidence ,
federalist. And 4. That by positive -
0; w::l ncr: the caparituf the people for go.strnin an apostate Mr. Now it is almost impossible for any impartial to vindicate General Jackson
he was hostile tothe interests of the West Clay forcibly reminds me of a
II: ; themnelveh shall be as> clearly made out, : man-it seems to me-to entertain a r
Now, not one of these objections appliedto case of assault and battery which was once against one of the many charges f
; ::t Mrn f '...nTiljW\ '.:.; whirls tne PeopU: ol the p United General Jackson. On the contrary, he tried in my presence. -assurances that he would be made Secretary brought against him, founded on the

.'1'( F'C to cct :,!I.u cue next PnviJemiali possessed the very qualifications taint would The person who committed the outrage of State, and that he never would most patriotic and meritorious acts of '

c,"'tluu, 1 tiia'i' Attempt tu caioiiK-n.ite, by acv I entitle him to the vote of those who honestly had said to his friend and companion, up- have voted for Mr. Adams without such as- his life. Who then was Am-
t 't bucfcxpwu'in} ot the dwiacJW and cir- urged these objections to Mr. Adams.He .- on meeting the person he intended to as- sur ance. public ,

'nrfjacoof: the c.iatitioii: : .by iiie.iiif of which! I was a Western man, devoted to the sault, "I would thank you to retire behind Such arc some of the prominent circum- brister, and what were the causes of

Mw..J.-1 Aiaava..ceu'JcJ; ty the MaUOD which lie Western interests. lie was a private citi that pine tree, until f give that fellow adrubbing. stances upon which I rest the charge ofa his execution He ws a British

I a ocrtrol't';. I zen, and never had been a Cabinet minister. I am determined to beat him, corrupt coalition between Mr. Adams reneado! an outlaw from civilization,
lIIn'L. proposition, too
; a preliminary
And he was an undeviating Republi<< and I do not wish to be a witness
( ear V?be questioned, and. therefore, requiring you a- and Mr. Clay. who Associated himself with our savage
11'\1 Inforcf menu that the right of the People ton gainst me. accordingly his friend retired I now invite your attention to some of the enemies whose known rule of
can.There
tr> au l di Bard at pleasure their political a- is another fact necessary to a full heard the blows given, and saw the objections urged 1 by Mr. Clay and his pltr- : 1
ere. ana particuiaily their Chief Exc the development: of Mr. Clay's conduct in this blood and bruises after the affair was over. tizans against General Jackson, as an excuse -I warfare was an indiscriminate slaughter -

*. -Mi: itef the very corner tone lilwrty ina I transaction. During an important debatein Yet, the perpetrator of this outrage came for the conduct of Mr. Clay in voting of men, women, and children- .

!*ol"! !esemame republic. There is 1.0 other Congress, in the year 1817, Mr. Clay avowed into court as confident of acquittalbecause against him. supplied them with instruments of

IfiiUi-a. power hat the People! can exerciie I his political principles in these no person sate him inflict the Mows, as Mr' It is said by Mr..Clay that Gen. Jackson

\ j.ierour p vgiem of government ; and to deprivet'tin wordg :-"1 care not how I ascertain the Clay appears to be, because the terms of is "military chieftain,"; nod that it would death, and instigated them to carry .

of this. amounts to an absolute dwfranciiffment. will of my constituents, nor what are the stipulation of the coalition between him and endanger the liberties! of the country to elevate desolation amongst the.. peaceful and

: that) It tl.It follow political{ as a agents nerewary who ronaeeiirnce dir -- evidences of it : it is sufficient for me that I Mr. Adams, are not reduced to writing, him to the chief civil office of the Re- defenceless inhabitants of our frontiers

pal and violate the known will of the People, know it. While I have a seat on this floor, and placed among the public records.- public.A contrary to all the rules of civilized

's t'ic Prflon: Of the Chief; Magistrate of thi.\\ I shall always hold myseL l bound by the Condemn him without evidence Is it not very brief recurrence to the history of warfare. General Jackson made a

}'' : >-b'ic! the Constitution of which reco s will of any constituents, whether express or evidence, that he voted in favor of the man military usurpers will satisfy you that such

l;,> r-sut. of the People! to choose that Magi e- implied." Thus we find Mr. Clay,in 1817, to whom he had for eight years stood in an objection wonld be better suited to the prisoner of this monster, stained with

vi.: .. me 'lIltyofthp. grossest treachery to the by a singular fatality,pronouncing sentenceof the relation of a political enemy, and whom declamation of a school boy, than to the the blood of hundreds of our helpless

l*...f mt.oW pie.'.'.and of* saiiing the very citadel of tlieir condemnation noon his conduct in 1825.It he had, during the whole period of the grave discussions of a statesman. The three women and their infant children. By

is impossible for him to from his Presidential canvass before the People military who have figured -
escape principal usurpers
\ i assert and reputation the principles of the law of nations
t: i' .ri.-u of the, assertion pledge my that John Quincy upon own judgement, so broad and comprehensive opposed upon political principle 1 Is it no in the history of the world, are CEsar, ,
he had
*:._...s was elected against the will of a majority are its terms. They seem providentially evidence that he voted against the man Cromwell, and Buonaparte ; and I i invite subjected himself to the laws

*J' .I'. American People, and of a majority of designed' to meet the very case of whom be knew to be the choice, the almost) your particular attention to the condition of of retaliation precisely in the same

-. '... itt-,, by a minority the Repre entaUve : political delinquency I am now discussing. unanimous choice, of the People of Kentucky -' RornEngland and France, at the period degree that the Indians themselves

...c ::;ie',."a considerable proportion of which How, I ask, can, Mr. Clay justify him ; thus, openly, and flagrantly, ad ,of their:} respective usurpations and to the were subject to it. The example of \ ,
:: ., Int'ludng.llcnry! Clay, voted ar{aiattM'ue.d self far voting against General Jackson, treacherously, violating the (undameo 1. causes which paved the way for their ascendency.
t .!. principles, and agahibt what they : opposition to chose principle: to which right of the People, and the constitution i' Io each of these remarkable in- his execution was essential to the pro*

.Uh" ,tar. the will of a large majority of tbelfct' I be had solemnly sworn allegiance before obligation, which upon his own avowed L: tancei, the country of the military usur- tection of the inhabitants! of the frontiers

i .t % a9ctt j. and 'am willing to stake a t y : the wools American People ? Through principles, bound him to vote for General per was notoriously) sunk to the very lowest -. against> a murderous and savage

1.1. .'' .*.t rk; <,f i itical reputation upon the what avenue, by what subterfuge, can be Jackson ? Is it no evidence, that Iramedf-: depths of wretchedness, and involvedin warfare. If General Jackson had
tn.t :: >.; ."'.\. :!.1.'ton I p that[ the circumstances oft escape from: the condemnation that awaits ately after he made Mr. Adams President' the destructive anarchy of civil war, by the of false ,

: "v-.n.-i; I..tl.\' ". ,amijn betweeii Mr. AJal1U1a him in oppositoin to every established princU the universal corruption and oppressive despotism yielded to suggestions a

,, 1., t'I.V. tumuli M strong/ evidence of an I His advocates have attempted to erade pie, and every principle of political consistency the civil Government. Who, if humanity, and spared his life, the

, i.t ..d.. :::r-er.t of('ontictd..rioci eon the part of the true question, by denying the' right of he had the audacity, in contempt he bad been Roman would not have preferred blaod of all the women and children

*:'. i'1.,1 a corrupt political bargain! be-: the members of the Legislature of Ken. of public opinion and common decency, to the dominion! of Cesar, to that of the! massacred by his instigation would .
nun and Mr. AdaniS, u ordinarily re- tucky to instruct the members uf Congress receive from the hands of the man be. hnd.thus profligate and corrupt factionUu who were
*a, in of the l rested him. The God of
y.tn.vc u count justice, to establish guilt from that State. This is their usual: arti elevated to power, the highest office put down by him? Who.if an English- have upon .

*" t,'''n 10 no the are law charas4 tri .h the Jiighestcrtmw lice of mutating the question. ,No maD of in his gift t This fact, ofitself speak volumes man; would not have preferred the domia-; eternal justice and mercy ratified the

Iitt{pre I proceed to make good the firrt of* seuse ever contended that the resolution of against hips. When we. see two political ion of Cromwell, who.carried the gk>rjr :of sentence which consigned this blood

TT Mc two. Important{ propositions, 1 must remark the Kentucky Legislature WM binding, ash enemies suddenly reconciled, the one England to the extremes of the earth., to stained monster to a speedy kadi
i f ttheadvoc\tMi of Mr.GlaY-fcllowIng the instruction upon the member of Con receiving from the other the Chief Magistracy tbe predicate tyranny of.the Stnarts, whobecame

rnple| kt by hiiwelf ID his letters l to $jus coo'vtaJT gress. The friends of General Jtcksen paly and that other receiving, in return; 'the"nIIoDerl ofFrattceits, order I will, now, with,your .perraisftfoiv

:; hula ia\* with an apparent con.c5ouBnejt contend that this resolution, ceotideriag the highest Executive .appointment to enslave their subjects.T Wh, if be were submit a few remarks u' n'the relative 1
nt flh.trcausc, most palpably tats I- of all this io violation'of the sacred pVlitical 'prefer even :the &
Ct t.. the qUMIOO. the unanimity aDd other circumstances : most i'Frtit' himttn'wdutd'sat qualifications .of Ge Jackson ".

Jhey aome that ih advocate of General its passage, furnishes positive, clear, and principles, said In .sbaraelesj Contempt mlUtary'despotism l Qf Boomparte,"ehher to Mr.Adams for tho office of Chief
: vest Hits claim to the Presidency incontrorertibto evidence of what was the of the external formi of political,the a..t4 tJraDD1.D". crril corruption the Mau'f f
upon I'ihVESTFLOI1IDAAJi
ffefet.. tif jut lirbj received uiacrj awe eke wiU of the, people of geatuck/ the >o>* wa1i _. RO. Avoid grwiaf' ,j:,.y ow.1. to the. bloody dejpcto of: .(Cc u. dCd<< /

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."irsL."Iy.-.1. [ i i l\ was concerned. t: the one with
:": I I joined he, ; [ charged taking j j., ,
j : | I ilU.
r --:-.=- _---:-..- -- :::- tie! orj-. 1 !j On the following morning Mr. I[ f founded. It probably Iud iu uri"1I1,

V 1'oi1u Xu' L.-k .Uinar. I. -\ ill you I ( I : Siinltwho, as it afterwards appeared !I i in the finding of the money 1II1itjOj1.1
'TTI'T; ,! and /./.fJl'- rales! (
:7p \'p i
time in another
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trunk .
; orijin.il; ((: 1 1to ; : i n evidence, was anxious that i p tragraph.iiii
over iit-i <'IUJIn'.Jflll.lI l r. v. :th a powrlul .
J\ he returned- tctu.itfil livFieIlIl' I
j cnl[ J : : ,
.- .'fl41! rn. :ti \\'Iy-III'J'O! i i* a : TI ,
ILS- C iJt'i ; : ) ; | 1 motives to Martin, mule an AQ '
M'orl.ii' 4.C..I1tul' cln'i1Iil.-nf! npHlri i i :
., !! the I ii'mii'ils I i I : I ICehii' I t!: appeal to hi') feelings, which was supposed I '-- '. _
.us !'4'1 i s_4.j tit Inik. .'M-h'-runjJHB-; i : : j jprII i 1 to have hid the desired 1 eflbct, I Il(1 I 'HI DA Y,_ A UU U'd': 3ht. i7I :

:'frnIt"'t': : i", I.-LIICI..l.\, uii d I II .1 : ;'. { agreeably) to the wish of :1r. S. Veritf Sans J'tur. -
'L.-..,i..hjl: : MvaV'* a cob'i-r) set'ptre> ; __._ I I __ _. _
t i1 AIl UlcIer ; -
l went with him r. x- -
i-Jlhe Ion d! of uicv: "Ji-u'ii-h t' ; ) : Mr. D.ivid I and the negro" (
) ht-r } !iss.-aro-lv J J.- market! ttoyd l.yntr, the Southern Citien are isi'j jt'R.
. iut history >s =: ='= ; ; boy, wiuf a primus; dauL h. .uulcl r ..., r.. ._, .h. (.;.;_... ... P.1..I taI'. 0
L': vin itUJr and i rhanm1* ; ami 1, aslew I From : ; : : ; ( ;: t them to look for tin trunk, and reason tu be tlinnkfthit! I\'Jlhl.' ,.. ..t f 'h:_
: r-w-ntMi \> thefnM$ t empir"viihont i i FroM \ ) kind ha. made Its a,> >draiix.e .
IIccarried pf
I find it.
1 I I i j endeavor: to make the boy at'If 'YC'
'
J,: ss in_: through her tr-'ite?, so hundreds! \"il} iiiis: mo- : are aware that rtptrtc h.ve t b.':n. and (
: them several different places v-u
wlio init'iu'cd I fn i iu her C Srr.. ; ; to ;: are now, circulating m Ue .
at i >t to lau.e; J ch)1. \ : c'm..v tiu: >e
o no iUlll11'. Sliultx, (assaid Vellow F 1 it in .
purpose, t'"r rii.:ug mlr C :
t ullIlliwoIJIieJ before; have receiv !-rM
i hc j
:
: ;are a- :
I ( | O he stated: hy himself) supposing ,! we )hmeiiu Jiflt.Jutcly .,' ', 1:1 pr'Juu: <:.Ig ,\t.. _
x\areiiiUi (the dune 0'1 Love.Assonjitiirn.s ci-d ad\ucs; tt ,.
I vanncr; ; ': se.'e 11JV h.d
f ; ; | tint he wa-j; prevaricating, ami being rH'1ChE'r.hlll\.if
- o'" FrirmNliip: : not. Our ((rf' ) ; : hat we'ttht-r and o1J.rt t't djv'j S'I
j f faiiguctl and wet with the rain became t
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cinmunlv swiir'! : 1 from similarity; !; oftasus. hy the CXtl : suJdon ';ban.crei. t'J !omc edt< iml'fv-
1 : )(' tied and proceeded to vio :1 oral! bilu
| slight
: attack
> <
u ? hay .
It.1.. ( :in ;}he rase of S-in-j: : confi.Ujut: f i .il.>;\I'.l
1 : h ence hy tthippingand ducking ; and :: which in almost evey i i-Ht.iorc! n>%p ,;
.;. i fold and) (::;.ha. TiltallJc, Vilf! .I' :VieS :and I < f : ![ o such an extent; was this barbarity i;! yit-'ii'-t} I., mt'd':;Clllt.. TiiCiT: aft'w-S c| f-

sdioul) ; the sir.p btJlidaram! : !}(.> ; propositions! I ses of" ;)c.I'II in tiil rr'nainin", hut KJI ,
: ; \ him cull the others that itHsaid ; uf
: ; caJ'ff.by ,
I j
tho funili.ir inti-ironryp! nf t in)m 'rlhte!! !: fOr, hut if ( a It.hl'I''iu or alarming n. tme. O.i
;t IUM-.ihoiiihood and corrsMiiriin.' ] ( orrectve ; } ; ; I I i tin poor f follow fainted several j i I ion: ? white man Jia* die 1 jicrc laffiv: .. i )1,1..
[
; I 1 limes: and in the ducking swallowed a I i TIM.MVV of Hamluijr.I S. C..T.IO "(:i Iij\
! t ruln, ?\Tr fail 1o I rmko acquain- enos .A \'re. t the 21st inst. lie I had I bcc.i ,1'
I ;: ( hr.e! quantity of mud'anti( water. :, ) 'luicnxi! >' \,{
I t: "c(*shut it I is only hearts; m-mldcd; !: ilCC'IHS't the I; I h I | in travelling, had been licrchiit[ t I:.'. II"u
i : 1 W'iK'JJ ilis-mvered i Martini
( wcie
j nh! p ; 'uh( that, hi-'U in unison ; ipirif.s ; IjK'zdian; t } ,j tjpy and, aiU-r l1'ingta co sick, cuiidarl; u "

: o! kindred l'l1in.;, I that; natnr.dlyri'Ji : peror insists i ; : % 1-I I hill .l.iio/t iULsok-33 will His |I II'I very imprudent ninuer.Ve tinute j.'n,, 1.1..
; : ; ; : : ?t'aded: over a ditch-Mr. that OUt fiipuds in tlu counti mtV 'r.c'i"c .
; l .ojethor and cement.! Such biindonmcnt! i ; :>
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I him and oc.1 I tlrnt we have no tii' .
| I lllit1. -.' ts Si lIHlil1" ovrr puHitmn tr 'I\ .,
I i howeit.'rverc; the circumstances, ; I I'I. Grande, and ; I| them. When there i. C"\Use ol'.uann
head into the I K' ,'.
.. {> 4.IJ} I thr/cnm*, of my two early ;11"-1 t all! cl.iims ) : : : .Ioi'a'Itltrusl: :! !J1i hi* |I I promptly announce it ; at present uo suu;.
: I i : I : I! : -Bo > was also st.indinif over;! CUhC exists. .
!-' tJI'fl.."un 1(1( dif'HJ fri.'ll' I hetuoen, tin1! ,! : :\\ witfi a grape-vine switch, fri/.zled j jit i I I T>ncn of Mllgnoli.lt.-We would! call t;,e
I 1 : 1 tho end, & Lvn.ir was at a distance ,. attention of the friends of that
I of
1" ali th.. of hil.Siiorfl.mid \vlncli part our
11'v1i1! :.: \ye;i"S : : wo l : : I
,' ; I : I oi'vjaih iht-y roved I to othci 'scmr-ly : |I
; ; ;
;
i-j Town( .
I 'd 1
new .MAG.xut.iA, [located JJr,
1 I Ii and his
I jnMj-.Tii! fui-i.d! .-\ ( rs of j I il&.ser.tte;! '. :: l : I t w.is; brought to ilamh'irg! ;( t'lr }Kiver St. Alaiks, about eight iiI troth .

I -i\' '<* va''y! ; tin I ivshirsn'e of thl'ir'l. 1 ,I 1.';" de .! : :! \ i :: i ? j : person exhibited the most shameful I Kurt of lliat name.Ve arc ini.,nni\l:
I I : j I | !1 1'1'00of barbarity: being, so lacerated: that the sitf of thi* Town i i. .
\' "' .hii.jNt ."N ni'n-Ji tit:' hoiiH td' .! ; J J' I.- tl.O : :! :' { } I in a heulUiyan Iit
; j : i; th.it ho had; scarcely sound: place: : 'C'l'ur( 'ialio: ami, that it po 'iI'Hl":
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(; i..t' ,1s \\ tj? ; p-'t-ui'-l 1 n ,f ui.I I'c4ic( \v\l\] J Ji 1 ; ,. ... ? eq-nl
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I .1 .1 rItI .n I.u"t "f f1,.1:1 tn
t i ) it. ;\i,'. Sbn"kx filter |t :trxviih >
I'v-ro---
1 t &i *"::: u:. ll J .< 1 .n: IflJLflt..I .>:' v.1 1- ; { :vernninn { 1 I | ; Kol St. Mirks. Tie situation of"ehl.itttr /
?
1 )l y .. -fU->, """'"i is'i,il--l til the SWC :, short ts::! :"% :: : : : : \ ( the utmost contrition t for!the 01- I j place i is very uifvahte, 1 >rfinirshy

}j.L'! ::1).r ln- \\-I .\ I :I fencetook the wounded in.in to !his : and I wet. J-i 1:1.: drye I >r Mines ; an 1
; 's.. MJ I I Ii i "\; v nis-.Jc-: j. : ;nj j ; ; i |
. I : : liouso sent for a Doctor, and ill !hpavy stoini' !V *in th S' utf!. it is
1 "'iristi, ,''\' v, ; :ri'h 1 ;*' 'n t. .rlio'ihtM': .' nu nt lnvin: ; ; ;: j ; ; ; : I per-
-I. S'! if tVrlly' d'-lnirev! Tlie i'-nvn of Ms rjoiii.llienf.nr ; .
"; )Utl') .. IY : "H' ft ti 0:i''I'-. 11'11':1:) ;"'p ; : \\'Ai: him: .11" ; 1 | F ; ; ( |) l tnnte.l hi-ii with every attc.'uiun.1: j secni to to the .l
SIIJia.v; 0 i1iIf H. 11"r'S"tjf:: 'iMJCt'i dip kl1l'\'," pe., ce, .,"'.- ; I I ; : : i lit i Ws; ifteiwirds n*.is veil by III; : ofTdhh.ts.el' un'I t.) IMI: iahhitd.ls: 'fth

Js:<.:: ult:. Ihit 4 :JiMr.MJ of'ii,if.*re, i'Jid I: Ayies V'lS { I ) ( ; ffi'hcrlo I tintavern I of of MITatom I 1 j: whole! of I tint: swctioii .,1' n.ind.i, c dtsujp.raitiiii .
: tin re died Oil the! e.cmn" of 'II11- | much ne''d leI', & to \\ hie! ".' think:
; ,
hf- 431 in rMiiiplicijy! rill.. cv:!!i.s..d! i 0\\ ii: to il>e !: : !{ I : iI
t i I I tb.will not fail extend
u..llnt w.nJ Id hiiVii-'r ? \ | ; t : I ) : I .\r l-ist. It I is here p.ojl") to IIWi1-: tht.JrrllcolJ"gl'-
11. : tt :Hll; 111 vvcrv:4i : : t : : : : t\1Ca.,
'1, I .i1rt"4\' h.'d <; t 1:1:i, th it tho ph'y idUh who ytt.-nde Our !lirrllireii! of- '
II I .1 .U. I i : t1-:3:: ilie t\ pe i in \cw O.',I.T': <,
S I did; 11lt; anr'..ij1.11e his d(;.ilt tilltIrV | who G'\CIItIIj! e with n-J, an- rftidfed
( InstJ..nvcvrr; tiif* tinv O-MW : ;price M't "!II :I 1 \ : \ ; I ; { to cat:
I [ in I ilieir ?P.. I.r4 liv '1 ill "\'iaJ"bil.: |.>" .-
;iu ; : \ (.It
for liu'in 'hi ;.-.nlorti 'OlIlir\' ; :: i ; : shortly b'-foro: it h-tjipcitcd- ; i j
10 MJsriu'l.: } : .' ) :I t tvas %vHIi I'acketa .trej j'lat ,ij-iut! a:uiiu!; f)r thw! ? -rt.
r..ts t'r: <1 CHrttL!(*' 11-: r;;111".1: 1011 afl I- i!rji; h",5: : j ; i I I I ; ;attack'w'nh; : ;! a hui!: ifra-le of bi-! .

. 4 1 t : <)iijr' o-HUP J'ii"-nantiKfiitn.is; of ilitj t j i :I he'Bilii!: ; ( : 1 i I ; I t ( :' : fever-iit,; o.viieme IH-U: of mite Mr /) (jfi::'s fyeerh.-On'thc outside of

I **. 141ik:% =:il ;. (list'Uii: ntJuri "rli.l; (,) } !I,\11\111'. 1 "'. : ;: : { ; 1 .' >;Hitl'[ must have op'd[ ,( a fainat: this( tty'! -..McDui'fiK.;i.ijer: AC ;puui;>ili tIc sp>'ocil ofitn'tiiK

houlirj; ; sdi v 5. 'i'I1'1'11. ., :.j I '. all he .il I I! spvereiy ; and! he was much ihs- I i delivere-l* at a politic
t } a Il j jt \ en : j jii II ; !I : I dinner at ili tmul; g S. C it\( lo ll-i-! Unit
I : ,' r\' C'-.ft: n/I; ; .) r..at:.-.:.!'rr' <* i"s.oth-:! t I J..tHT.| -\ ; I hv* those i who w>re I lod by w cu- our .'adeis! in .y see the full cucnt of tlur

I t ('.-. i'iit; t l'k f:iv i:li :'':'>\ iivv.iiri ye. r i",:ore I i.A I ; : \ \ : ,; I II) ,;\.'uninc wonn Is.Mr. I al'L-n? iii.ms .i ainst :1 Ir.d.. .u; ariJ Mr.Clay .
L\nr hIS: since fh*d! from h'-!!. fti they have, in our !a..t.Il dc'jCUof
; I !..' ctnoi 't 1'1\'!. (i'-"tinit1vu: : I i'd! I ( -}. I j I Ih1I
I the} frttti-r.
Thc
(; .t' .JO, I,; 'f'. y i1')1 ;t'i. 'to _..:.(,\\. }'. '.'.'. 1" .', j. M'nds'is! tlie !i i : I I i : : : : ( : and IMS: n.t t yet been taken, and "usjht pruperly to have p'ech preccit'vl paaijala-d: : ih.tt t.-J-ty of

t IwW 11" r'. JK'W frt.lhi.:; t'W':" L'l ::'J.t.pj.' ( :. n :! )l I ( ( : ; ; I \l 1.'. ?.hul'z: ;'!id Mr.i l ovd! wore curie.i ij -j1 CIaJIII:t: ; we iia\einsevtL-d: them i in tie

: L ir.'P I S !t1t er.ii'i! !: i ii'u f c.uh I ,:1:,.s' ',. 'I!!)" -.: ::: I Ii ; I : !; : l ) Ld: 'M'fioid: J .1!tI on :t1.llhlast.. order: in which we i .'.'i-et ttiem.
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t }w ;,-:'.Hl:111 vui jjisii Lc"n I h 11:i m-vJ I Ii ii i i r-ji. t ;; !' = I I'liu circnmstancos ;attending, the. departure -
} '.t'\r -. Ojlj.or-f' | /V/.lw 1 of /Ir 1 Shnl/! moved m.my of Com. Forler.-It app-ars by thc following -
i.oiK ; .I--,4 in n .; !, i-n ,| 4J I ; : : which we copy from tIC; Lonmr.u AJitrtiser. -
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%.u.-' o.'":'!;:I'lu., \viMii out; ;a s.i I.il"r-I I A t lirI.; <1'1 I!! ) 1 ; ; I IC i ill ( ( ; st.nni'st hearts: and enlisted the tldt0111.! Porter acKnowlf'ps'iielacta ;

2 ."..'.... .'c. to Ii-fi'a. ] ,'d, tilln ; I : i 1 ; t I I ( deepest sympathies: of thuso around alluded to by ns a htit time :\in:t'..

' ; jq it C<'i' t r("iuiW, nt K"'l t), f> her t1iti I : a d'- (' I : : t t -oven they uho had p-trtaken; of 'Ve re-publish all we tin.1 on the subject,

I -M .' : h<",v.'<; i1i' ) inu''i] iII! : tb' ;1 :.>."*i
' !- 'I'iU',; 1u'" ;.,rl' h lu'h :tt. hH: ] Ii''l I i :in! u'liich! a t's: I Il1Pi (; I !h.'elJ previously his persoird emlemnics. \\'e are authorised hy Com. Porter -

V '!:l.1} OOS-OSM .1 SUIMC IllJ'rf:; hut lull li-oui; ( ."(' ; I ;! ) All wished h.an: s'rreuIIel iojustii-t*, to say, in reply to the luqnirics of

jj'MlJHiifj'f J,* \.t:ai' ;' \;1lit;. ei;dv ;tsu : -I! \\' iS di ( ) I( ; : : when: thoy; \ hiui unresistinghbound m th1 editor ofth Pen-sacoh Gazette

:- Ai1is: : slit! 1 >;j-iU luM'."'H}( rr v. ;rt"l Guvj'jnnMMit; : I :; '! I j I I in cord--;, and weeping like ,. ;that the facts sfited by hinwith regard

!,. >:':('t2L'. that M <.T r.iorfj (!< .ir itIUT !; a must ( ( ; ; ; : I) : child, in all the agony of humility an-'! fo the delivering of a 'Ie;: an coin

r- :ih! '* d ; ]hut iht4 found tl>vr piuirij-.d: ; j view of dt{ .:(' : ; : : I :l'splir-hil11 who had'borne so nnny mission to the Colombian Privateer

t,' '4 iir "ti ius in th,' ri.iui'nil.r.uii'i"' tlu-y ;i{ cour-i.of { :, :. I I : rcvi'rsos of fortune with a ie-; Carr:,boba (whose fo'iner commission

I Ii .l\.iket'i! ; and ::he foinid lI''n'! a' -ictJiiin. '. t."in ujiiix-r.s' ;: 1 1 I : gm-t'e of t firmness and unaltered pcrse'l'ranre had expired) out of the waters amihryon.l

.. bhi1 rhfri-hod tin., imL; iA'\\ :> captain; 1 t t : winch indicated; almost an ) the jurisdiction of the United

h,T Mrn, liit'iid i ;' it "tJ"t.w! I1Wrt'! dis- i; mm! I k trir.l, 1 I 1 iron he-art, they were deeply over- X Lit ci are correct-that ?he not on-

Ii I 1i':r*., ;.:. uii'i'! and! distance. MMunted fused! ti> In : ()Li1( and nnny turned ;aside to hide K took DUG prize but Jnirn&HCveral ythers -

]:ei 1. 4JtI the; fll'I':iMai. hv Wrtj: j\;nd! ucinned: and tears they could not repress. -and yet he denies having: vio-

; t cf thi' }pt-nril! ; and !hn >k e' I.d a.i .hy: 1 : : : : Many of the most respectable and l.itedthe neutrality of"the lurbouroC

.uhu'1lItl"4'Ull'; a Igr..t', hauk: sji'li : '.!1il'1"en. wealthy I citizens stepped forward and Key \V cst." v

j-iMih to tfi."'' rivi.T j S;dl,' : the thick,: ; tX'LOI: I ; hedged \1r. Tatom that he miirht be Com.; Porter will as rc.1ilyan-

hun ';'imj[ '\ ;.10"\'>. ahove ; a rumamir i I 1 Mi'i' if SIn! :: t i! ('d, and offered Uiemselvt-.s: as i swer any other questions on this subject -

J Lower i.iniM'ii <.! twining t'1'.IIelid I j nerits; I ile : : 1 : on the way to J:di, !!;it the re- tint: the editor of Ire itMii.ioU

mouiiJaiiH4tSi::, I half:;1 I fliIit: It'(1 in I i I U.<% j :.sever was tlt I [ was. not cranked.; : Tiiey then Gazette think to

:li.Mie : asuTa I mirhp} ; JM! ;iI i maiden; ) >.. : tlispl.iNfd.I t: : : ,I II jfl recl Mr. Shuhz their purses and to him. may proper proptbO

11)(1at.: thf: I u"iit"dt".vof".'1'1\: diy; ,:, i( I the! .ii'.oiini! I ; I I I i ;; I : I i responsihiliiv: so far as comfort was I \Ve are assured by a jrontlermn
di.ini2iLT I 1 Ii '. 1 I.in I li-iid! I hcs.do it 'd but Iw told
u: : ; ; i noi i cut lu-inir tit l ) I \ : ( ; ; thorn, no- who tire
: wis: at delivery of
: pivsent
i iI
: one could; iitijtrikc the hKi-iH" IJ'I I their j I lie did nt deserve their commisMitiou
:
; ; i vtr ( j j.nid I I t I I ( :, !: the commission, that Adm. Ivibonie
UTU:. 1I(1': : il-" J: H II1Nti1i1'' for that lie had
:' \ i : : ; : j i ; !: : 1 j I disgraced I Il with two fn ites and a brit! rin in
-and whilt-t it LrHUdat hack to her ,pass( d to tin ) : I I L i j I I I ;;-flSell-----i! illt ', Jiil was his properphtce chase of Com.- Porter at the WHe.

* 4:i \Ivid rocollvrion!: a lii-i's::and scenes., as; laiifii sni : : !I : : !j i! ;and hit he would,I not be re- who was on hoard thf Mexican brig

4 the iiapu siiuii of wliichvis. tamped I II 'Sprci.uor J : i I !.: I I;j I : j '! from it, even if it were in their of war Bravo-ihit; lie continued ib>

iipou her iioart, >!ht i r'1r at tinii-> asthough nidi I Mene. : !: : !!! ; : }).wer to bail him. In speaking} of pursuit two days, and that it was only
icstotvd to) tin cii\s; of jnvfnleteli I witi..h Ctlll-.j ; ; ; offence he ] it in the
; I II. i ; : ; I ; I I 1 placed most by a superior knowledge of the Florida -
rht! an!i all i ls: 'idtM'ant t seem liieil J, ,bii o'.j ::; : ; !!!! i : !': : I ( ) ugh, and seemed disposed toJra'.v reef that the Commodore was enabled -

:Jnt' ici as thfjcvlyiu! ; :-: dc\v on her : l., .Si,:!iil\I. \v .. ; i t : : I:I : ; : : : upon himself the guilt of those to save the Bravo and the Pri-

. fet'h<,:s. I i. .. ... I I
( or ur: \} ; I j : : I t'lwd vii II him.Thll. .
I : ;;: vateer. Here it will appear that L.I-
: :
.
. Cut .u-ars hit! jns cJ axviy ; >!ioj I. '. ix'', i-.ni; 1 ; : : l : I I : : : .. moved off, in ignominy and horde at least thought him beyoiui

Jn-l! irrJ'vn tt) om.rhi.id! ; tin' :'i.i.j.i : ."; ..*:'I";':'% -, ,.' : !; I : I II ; \ ; !!. 1l', one who has, for many the jurisdiction of the United States,

Of JUl. ev.c1: .ll !'.; .:JUMI.-I! t)'.( \ \aiii-V !. J Jv.i. : i I)J.> ru" : I : !i : astoilWfliJOlisancls( ) with the and liable: to legal .capture.

-C( 1111.in. ; I i is,in t\ n >ie: n' i-. I of Ie .-. ia ; : : I : i \ of! his mind, and the vast ef I! II it. IIIMTOR.-the public -
prosecutor
: ctz.;: d! ; .u.J s1 Il' Ot'ULtj.. ,' v<; I rill; Mn L .nioj,t i : : i of his enterprise, industry, and J. W. Smith, Esq. District Attorney -

{}1ut her IK* :ri j-'iu.ild; .s'dl; r.'j1.I'!n 1 iw lititiie! 'ne- : 1 '' -and one who--however
." of the United States, having
:;JII1t', tLut iO ii. c.,11. !"lljl"S; :mf1 .:tj t- rr.nn jji-j: } ] i ) 'teat it may appear with his noticed a hand-bill, circulated by me,

]; i.i.rus: 0 W. aI .rtltU, in an- I at V era ('i : : ,}I ; i l 1 ) conduct-has ever before to guard seamen, and others desirous

j, Ji'tnn. !h.r.: .. .s/.iiirj in the shade: ] of aili Vera Cruz' I I ( : ; respected for his humanity, entering the Mexican service from

!f 'ii:4 nhii) Hvvho
(% :i" ""d l J'Ollll'tlhc \viuticu ofhi-r rc- diily I to h.I 11th :"lesson to all his fellow beings, infractions; of the law ag'iinst foreign

j p tit c'1 'ru 1;lIIi mid srrcene I it from r Crux : i the fallen state of this malanJ! enlistm int, and as, by the tenor of tho
. the lira! of f thr setting suj!) when dull., '
[ A sllt'l I a striking illustration it is of th;t above notice, impressions lillY lIe

I ci.iw; a stranger iipprofTch: } the door with The '. I )cre(1 injunction( let him who made on the minds ol some, ol a dIsposition H

lusjiatiii'j sp! and often IIMI a ido to lug issued ; take heed lest he fall." on my'part to countenance a "
look upon: the scene around as if in strictures
: \V care happy to learn, that the violation of the laws and neutrality of
teaiTh oi"S.CHHO. lony-obt!
object. liewvs
tions of
our ( : who lost near six thousand the United States, I deem it advoaMe : -

I ; Jtuas bhow Sauli"rrl-llcl'hy theyrrvant, old t-Jiiond) her room. the new ; ) in the neighborhood of this to lay before( t tjie public the. Irind-

I nndplaymate and Mexico, a short fine; tio, Ins been SI j for hill alluded to, and briefly to explain

t ,. 4 ; mumed wealthy from I I i ister at the as to recover nearly die whole the causes which gave rise to it,
India.; Time had) rrealy! alirn-d) ed
tit wIthin low
" necessary a days past.; It was which were as follows.
t Jiim-( "rlia ;involunlarily! cast lit-r the
t. public; by a negro who was unaware of About seventy seamen, chiefly for-
, eyes tow aids the 1 pirtuiu-" how youhavoimpioved we ha\o it contained and who
.J pU ) amount says eigners, desirous of enlisting in tho
:- I said she, with a sweet io pursue in : : some of the bills having become Mexican service sailed from New-Or-

JI .! Mush I as she recognized; itiin and hid I tj'nernmeuts. ; by the weather, from lying in leans, to embark on board the Mexican -

i Jiimelcome ; he( cal .!ltt tho diroc- row :t IJ'JI'l' d ; place where he had hid the. brig Guerrero then cruizing off

r' ,. -, t.uiiofher eyes: and juzed; upon the f ses of the 1lIi! hook in the swamp, he tore the U.dize. The officers of the Government
I
tf picture, lost in thought ; at list he I!. argument m= ] up and threw them away ; and hearing ol thin'r intention,

)If .;' jsuid, C'eliayou are a sweet painter, lo remove learn that the discovery of it was instead; of using measures in this city I

,., will you drawanother pic-Juie !for me," which appear by his loaning two or three of for preventing the act, if there was a- I

,It She laughed! with all my heart, if by the .I ] hundred dollar bills to another ne ny thing iliegal in it, placed uj.its in

. 0 the task is as easy a one as tii.it was." \Ve annex I ro, under the impression that they the river at the passes below to intercept

;.r,\If. "Then" he irpht-! .*, "join those of Mr.' I) only one dollar bills. them on their way to the vessel.

: I ; hands in another picture ; au d. the following I We arc informed that the report They were consequently taken, and

f under it, "W I>OED LOVE." Celia "It is with i the Trunk which was stolen near I brought to the city, and marched liko

;, ;;. lasbect! dCCiye I bava DO taste est regret t a l : having been found ip. _the l convicts,under guard.tg tha. Custom*

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Sne wrrc libcratt 'il, anJ >ince thr pissig: of diG net of ISIS.Ven 1 5istlictionallimits; arc froo from tire' : in which the s'cnnc! ecfion provided the ment thai the flat

: ; .)unhityvtr) thrown into JKLSOII. I \ ; it against the policy of the p, .i.ivernment :i obligation of the laws; of r.tntrali'j: punishment for any one \ ho ah.lllld be gui!. :';1: Weasels i hi> he eipcneocej said was the amon only
A writ of t I U I il'fi: C'otpus; xvjs I obtained of the -tjuitcj States, to :aid '''ty. If beyond{ this exception, any ty of hog-stealing the second time Doctor :!I they could ii.jtue hi.n. t"xc..pt by rna w\y...i"hiiu

tht' were hrnii !ht beibro the t other Jolinsouvu''ii5 us i.'bul.I..t iiiiowiu" til a 3H..i l h t ..' ilonel ,. "
nations
who are now struggiim; j foreigner venture! where citixeiis: ar.c auiititndu ol'palln'ul.te. under ; a .uinic! ,:. j hi
t iri li Judur' and oaiuotiiiii of theIjtijCt lor freedom I a geiiersIhi4tL" Ihe WH.\ wlnr'i! i hits Ill.-Ie f-,' "'"t':1 :.":
I
{ > Congress would not have torbidden) lobe concerned widnn 011tjliiSdlCi)1 : I a.hl tiie .ca.--.i jitu is the daagi r '' li. ;. Y
;
I' : since &; tIe In int'i* Imli;, '. "s a r.ycrl.
Attorney, tlu1 proccodinjrs n- appropriated to I II 'ollVightoning us .\ nil ru_ geil
l money purchase one ill either fttlig! Jutt.'J j'j'J science or II *
them xvi're slopped, and t they | Greek } enable I antI!tog us with empty sound." Thii i is '.
gaiut r ship; lo the Greek de- |J (triKijISfOruilerHiLiitiiiar tkf :) '( ofilHy '
..
were liberntod on giving Ilonlmal j pnties to lit out the other nor won't!! :)\iTSnl of letter iiulerd good flIlIwn'J.t..v much to tiie! w 1 .m ti. .'W'H
tear
; uf or "
marque pri- \ }poml, and suits our c.i.c' to "a \\ hi.ctinre orsr .:--.v jr .,
'
: .Iii iL) TW of them, I am iniuniu'd,1 I the government have permitcd a I United j I vutcer to is in .
Ct Use at sea a am-l i I a nat any science toe I.bt edition of tliB.ijTijett. I iI. 'I I \ n. '. ,

ilu>iibv irknt ss brought) on by this j: Slates' UiWt otlicer to take the t!ition at pearu with us, "or to enlist or j it i, cxcee iiiiiiy "ru, ,..l", aId I JHE:). \t: .. : {14 \I ,'" .. .;... r.:". tlr,4.si ,

ettntiu! ':J. It wis togl1Hd Ji :iinsi.similar :.frigate Hclas Greece in it we are oilen amused uud( disgiiMt-.j 'i ) Il, r I' Vt t. on tli- p-: 11.., crt.V.,'rk -f.r'I'
1 to Iwither himself .
: enter hire retain ,
; al1uI a II. t
or or I I :""" '.1 \ -2 h II 4 .. \ '.. ,
: ; j inconvenience I II ilc\e who !i j would it have permitted the .building, I liter person to enlist or enter !hiimell, :j with "ciuply ; no marginal references .
t- to se> eial j .
*oc- \ I I. ,
desirous of c-n.vriMlj ilio JMexijCJU and I i ), \ ;I'* a iiLs. II !h.'tlv' .111 ir: ,,. *. It-
\vcro manning of dlt- :
equipping publickly lor logo beyond the limits or .lllrt >t loftS and we Had nflmerous pI ih.'lpiIll.- I IIU."t( ,):- ,.
i In'w t.)
MTvirr, tlr-U I w-i" iinlm-?*. to1 1so vessel; of iiithe 1 Ht lion of tin\Tiiiied cot I I 'WHir" tiJ,' .":E'-
uriny war )Uh-1 States, with intent ponueti in one section. In one pi.tce ue ji ir.ifle i'>.- .

pulJli..h tlit1 ir-tnd-bill: :! i in '?|iicMion : and lican government of South America. I to be enlisted or entered in the service '\ c .liidic; of tuc.Superior C.iuit at St.Angu i .it %.i. ..;.(,' .-. ".".)'ir'm.'n' r > .1-| 1"1".1:; 1 1t

Iiis1r.l tl.u liesired oJii.vi. his us \'re h I f >;Inc ituti 1 I'ensacola". In 1 ii g.d sti n\- III'rH..1, i ; -.\ :i., .4 ;.,-. 4t.i.t: It{"I',,,. ;. .. .,,1I -
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ji : ot
again the
t
fi ; 1 > public'' opinion i any foreign! prince stale( culo- I e-ul-'wr. I
; w'j' -ivV
I ness tiieieit nooicu .1.\.1-| '>. ,1111I ':11..1 in I">:r -i'i hxf: ir.l
: ;
ri. f.1Jth'" ; | United States'; olliceis would: not J I ny, district, or people as a solJ.er: or'' l l'as I b- ,lit1i'''Ilr for our lack-l''. Iui'ilI Cunnc.i t.> j I : 5-- ..... ",f.t .J "'.1' r I.". "..Ih.c: it f 'it

I'Vf l'tOt I and SUitors' Rhts.1iiiv : stand condemned !hV find 1".1 '. : :: .. ,"L, : f" :., .. .11"'if' '. '.,
with' marine "
| every. om : a or scam in on hoard: of'j any act "llIl'llllllll1/-I Judges ..' .-.,u uf1iiguaiiou. f :r. .. '. :U.I -J! ,. ,n' .1 ..'.."

;: ; entjuiiios have !hern m.nioof! ;;:; whom! f !Inn conversed: on the sub- i J I i any vessel of war: l biter of m.t tpH', Had! I they mentioned .J u Ig csof III' i is; "' .Ll..4 1..1 :'1 ,. -. ?, j.' .,rfl fr..;...:.i"'' ..4.". -sJ:.it f
iii I.
Seamen and otlicrs tU-NiroHs' for< their this !! uperioi( Counfor the Eli;c-n ..1.'l''It.t"1I .' 'i'l: .:u I!.' ; .
in .
ire by : .ject severity( instance, or !pnv.-neer: so olf-nd- .i .r t\ : tp '.'i' 'r'.". .'tt ; I.I f I.
every .
\ .
person
: Pistricls of I .. ; : .
; l-'lorid'.i. .
: it w il MV : a- i.fi -r .
; !
cf clicrjn the Mfixic.ui A.ny, re- I: nor would they ((judging from: the spirit !- i j ing shall be,deerned guilty of a high lie. iiiideisiood.! Pr.H-rt-liiii i ; a lutif i ;u-5( \ -i I I\ i.- 1 JM..IH' 1.1i 'I. U;-lt"HI:!h'). .f'..IIt.?! "I*',1.Ir.-ni-I-u.-c,

r jWCtu1g the 1 hws which} have; a bearing : with which! they commenced it,) i j misdemeanor! ; and shall: be fined: not tierV4 111k] a provision fyi a <;v-'I.1;i vwiy I.II a.. '. .' ... :ii.i' ; ..I.' ._.'.I..i-':.t I it.i-:

; : on tho subject, and BUllY: in pl1rI ; have: desisted from i the prosecution; if i j exceeding I one thousand ii out 1.4, and of a seal'' i instead t.f a >.n'OI I I I uoi.' : I Hir I I Sleu-c.ilv-! : ; .Frii.u-j.M: !,-.' fir I. il!
1 I rip place of a seal, which s.iall ii: e tuc, i .11 r. m ttf ')- :ncr.f.f a'i 1 i-i tf",. niid-t: C.'IMO.I -
:
wishes ; .
ot'thoir lojoni I ..omli'iviiii ] they had believed that i ; he "
UlOfP my }public opinion: imprisoned not exceeding 3 years. sane validity.( A few linos uH: find aI'I' I 11,1\: >=s-. t"t ex-Man- .1 world of snirow f)r tin

", mwd ; met wi. h bivi'\ns finb.irrrt !); I and (the laws: would h.ivo jll' t'iil'd I Tint no mistake m.iv. exist on this I.1S pliti les. or otlit r pr-uress'. 1 Iio not m.la-ious of cipri.i5iii: pc'uc.Vorl $1

: .suif'nts, in consc hsiMtions I fun) ia my Bltickstom; : or Jaco'i' which I 'I' .IIIJ' ,!

; titrstaiidigi of those Kiws on their j then have they I for their app t"l'.lt I' : of the act of Congro...<, ii' ;ltt, l-t-.nJv ol"fu I.-il, unw such pi'oct-Sa a> alias .aIap "r"lrl'\\41 ,' '4

:. *) ijt, IS well ns tm the p.ut of ot It"S ; cruehy to tho-.epoor)( men, who were'iJOth! ) April, 1818 ; "In addition; to pKili.'i.! I M.encd iinir5! as alias ttl'i.Is. -- : -- -----.-------; o.t- ,-- c-_
I I IJ Si1? L-.I.I. Jtc. but an "alias I plurieV' unhout -
;i VI i hive thought it my inty to p.xpl.lin j I ignorant of the laws even if iiit'V; had ,ithe ;art t for (hn punishment of certain a C '::11'11'1 between thl'iIl.tll, shew that oi L'eu5aco\a.

1 1.) hem, in a simple and concise: m! .n- J viol.tied them, and who i it is evHeiji) ij j I C'IIIW"it I I : tht1 United i t Sttt'illll t r .th, '*r* i is soaifth 'i nod.rstoud, is both -- --: .-- '.

KIT, what dev. are, and whaf: theare w 1, had 110 intention of doing
$: not a anthorixe l to do in order that pin con-i-t.s: oft'jn.-e: l for; \. \t't1\; ':r'-ibiii'.f the! mode of crimin I .\..; 2UFi.-M..x-i; : ISri; Gujrro, Don
mv ) ) explVmiiiir > (vol.I (1. I pI'H 2J'c.. .S7O. 1 IiD'orsoi's* il l'CCCCtlIi1'.." Tiiisisiiuely; t a strttie J( i.iiirideo I.jc7.; C'.a -ini.er.iinisti7ih. .

; the difficulties they have encountered : ui'l po.nting out to them Aor) lj. r>il ) f-'uin: : which I have rit-I I til:!! for a Law unhappily too many; know l:" rEH':O. I

:, may hcrnafter he avoided! : :: JWil'1'.1lt.'i i ; ,. th M. they! in"4-n; no longer: (1 d. and xvn.c'i' uo; exact transcripts :t I '" the nrnle: of criminal! u-.jc.ediiig": ; ( witn- \ .-dchr. .Eliza'>cth, Forsyth,

A citizen of ihe I'nited Stat< I in }1. j 'out hiving it o. iic i1I ttt'Il'" to th Il .\ -.%' thl.M.is.I C.i.- j to T H. i Jh / II.
1st.; ; > ible ( O i 11\.I1VI' ili.Mi-.i'ivo.: ; in i-inVnliios ;! j i of the O.JJTO >{).H: j -i i sections I of the j' : oi. .' Wi
lic'i..e '
: I H'ould: i l11' 11,11'>> i- ti> 'e lii.it ouri.eislaiivi \ :, J. C. and C. (. I't'yer The Navy
Olljll'| |
rannot receive a commission; in rite U- JII': induct' the olficors:; of the aCt of C .Id!: os* iif i J I'I: 7) 4, (vol. \ 'Mf. and the M ,
t i i ":1 icil wcr-j \'I..r i tiiit.-d : i'er.

nited States to serve a lbnign: power, United States (no don-si J )I from a sense !j joftJuty 1|I 'J. p. 4'Jo.! ) evc'Mj:;: ui. idJ-.4ion of the I with "ciiinin,-)!1 I.-S.-h.-I .I 1' 1:11':1. J.,n *:, 'tc\VOrl :"H. :

to Jivl against a power at peace with ) to arrest i lId :mprson: them.David : j I words *c';tony, J ,..i't{ or people,' non ill" ui'iiic in'ninan.rv'; I w.is, l.'ie.efoi Laiyo to .. C. an I (\: C [K":: -';)j'r. S. 1' itmr .

t;; thiUnited) I States. Toner. : &: winch; rive liuoe: : iiOU'i ( -.- -. ,e'l to I I II i. <*. an i/. 1. \\ nn-nit pietvudit.l to re II) HI.r., (,1IIIIIf'.l." .r iI..fo.J'. S. tH.I\cr. If 1.
furll.I'll; ( i ioto prjfojnd! tiioi ::11, fsr S. Hu.iM I 10). ;\ ->;>:mi aa.liver\ 1 Ttnlav
,:. 2.!i. Neither cu: seamen or otherciti.ensoftJie I. OJ, "
I be ia i force .J.I \\r\ .Si i I'.I I I' "
!\v.) hoa tO e'lIlle'.It'.III'! h "I'a".JiO! l. N. If \11":1j| -
: o-mid
A Inndo'H Iris been into : s. \\ t'r tn-: ; : : iii'i'jcrs na-I
U.S., r-nli-}, t in t the} U. S. put crll1.j: Cuitcd1; ; ;[",' U..d. !!///. t l'i UIII U.lI. ,I. witho.it ti-! d-d: 't!' M.lipm: !t4..il! 11"011.I'I \:: h I. j

; to >orvc 'igainst;: a power at }po,.<:e \\itSi; lat"*!n ni MM Cil.uJipr: the New Osle-ins: Auif-.ts; l >, i J.:JT.f t )ir Le5 i"'I'H" 'IIa.V' nfi PI < ml Pnnvc-.i- .\n-4'ivt ;l-t) !:.-:driir.:: I Jl ipc,- -, .Vow

it the U. States; hut they mav lraetluiUnited of i n !snv) of some! distinction i e pe- ings and P"l'.CI j"i,): tne mo Kti otne s Oi leans,

States with tlii hll'-ilf lrm of cullyvi ii.se.t.wjii' ; which to prevent; I'll'- rnport ufi li.e won-! 01"I') "'vr iv,::i! I : |1'llIt'). sibf! (.'a.i; it 1 b;%. 1:11.1: ..1. iil" .. .-.,.. I
{: !h' iti I't'HMltU. tI.I,1:. : '.!, Ii i D'-.I "-.' siiii'e .:,--1: 1I I Il r :
I
II. l I" s( at XVII I till f."t
and I (Mil |1..1 It, II It .iln-ii.
enlisting :and m enl < ichcn b; yond erroneous d-m-jerosis: [ : I impr>..ia"i; l I!!' I, I In. iili' tI"I"I'.I" tit 'jt" "H.! > : 'I" (. :'lIrt Hi AYOIITAES
ty 1
I'o-'ts
I tile! iv'il t of I I L'lvj. tr warier'li
: ai us ;
I on the inconsiderne! : : ; lint IK- I li'i i :'uhe i Si 1. ivs. fl'-' 1' 1"1" ti I ; !lllvy; ui"Oii l
ai.V :. their i'lri-' ,lirtiiMi, '.v. !hut com mum-r. ( might : ;' .:.I'Il '. ....lln.IIII.I!. f uriiry(i ITv:;:<-i] the .\ the hi-tory t of the! .Sp.i'tan; : !:"':ItIlEc, a.nlii.V Cnst.

anv ;.tllenre' aLriJU"i: Iht..i iuvs.c j Stjvnj'hened 1 hlc'Il'; in the public} '1.:. iM'-l! vt-s-ii--!.- !j. ;4)u. [ >'.1 i-:i -'-,;,1 A :i--ta, in w'licii' .Stf-aliug was t'IICU'I..ISf'I. ti'l o'i:' ,

3d.. Foreigners may f'1I10:1; \ : ho- 'ida 1 'I pr)i ').seior;; ,) I ;deem it my !djty l briefly v, C.twh' 3'ji'' ;;-i-i.-! rl-u.ta: : ; IV, \Viiutt ; t'ou.icii: iirteud ;o iH ,--tI'H' '.,;ue mode, f inw ill:41'\A. person' o.yin$ ; 11)t%' t-4\p a far the '

'.1 ::1' :ich: oae putting fox under his j j iCa.iT Id27 arr r-q-K-sfe-l t,. :.dl and
: t fort'ijin ve .el of w ir within ih, W.I- to no.Ke. .,. .SSSw._. t'e! b-'.
--..- -.01.- ,.-- ill ui c.:iict-ai; it aa I re.ider it "i1'IlIl.! ';. p.iv sa-iie ?rthr 2111 1 Kv of next

ters ol ilio U. S. ; l'ro\'Ilt'.l Mich vo>sfl It t is well known th.it a Mt'xinnbrijofwir : : ii"o -T t) .l;.'.uJ I,........1'I._.'. _..'ff'. tr.ider Ini age f\vO'id! : s ujtuliij' ; is rupos- .rwi 1. oliL-rvvie! I s'ul! pr 'C-c-1 to col- t

of war at the time of her ;arrival! in the h.:. for some weeks been .: 'n. :.. ...- .silj'ic: and I s-iSTiT.t! thy !iav: "- di.'e.t'd 01 sect tiiern uu lh>- onlm.-ficf "l ". <-:<. *

United States, was (fitted and etjiiprdas i 1 lym-j! ) offiho!, Balizo, and i for the most / tftr P'-iis.icnhi Gazelle.jO. pr"sc'i I; liC:1": firit tmi.leet( ot' tue' hIS shtllbe CAKI: .:- .H': '_iv,

l lii'd or ..111 : Miner co.itrjvanu.', w u--ii (?.1J l\ix Collector.lnsao'a .
j; such, and liiat the ]power 10 part: at anch- ,within: our waters: l 1:01' j V. \villnot be :.ill of .1
.u'1lJ ton"'u gl'niLH i,1 i : AII.TUSI .) 17 j -It.
whu'h she !)i.1)I'I'T(1 he ;at peace; with this I indulgence she has) an undoubted I)t I To the MuinlxT. of the next modem I i uiti. I tii.>a iii.i :ti 1l i it nil"iit )II'! --

the United States.: claim on our ]hospitality: as a IUMIIM! LeujMaip.T.: i ; 'iflflC'1.' tiiat provision \\is m>i i.', .1.> l.l\\. I 1.&t no'ii' --I------: I H

nation; whether for of !J.lllll %fjoul! :i.iiv-'iiii.o-, ullltu.l: : expert ;iu .IIL.I ;; !':" PI.: .iT!: LLY .. 1d ''i "t ;;rFi-
The pay of a Seaman in the ]Mex- : repair < : -s rLl-\H.i-II.: .lI l r.,111! I It'\t! of you t h '
ivhfi I I.I".J tti.it f/ii.tl: oftlu { .. pr..l"oIi.I o. I \ s'.11 il 1 .. :-\.f t'jf c.; /.:'H of ''"'.I-
of weather for ofpro ; : tli' (-[&'
ClnIVY, is 1 i dollars per ,mouth war, or a supply; i>l.'uiu.i ;i.np.itie.i* I re-tnie-1! fits: tinggel S .ea : !h e uil: bv '" 'U1(. at tit: !Li!
had :im; HI'Jcwl1 the iirriuil "f I ll :r'iiufiTd" : rcsiitCf I
and he is entitled to share; in all pri/- *.':Sions; or refreshment of he.rrevv. : I : \ 'Ii' .'II.I 1 \> oit 10 s,''- ij iciliu-j! I 1 a.id icaili.ii: .; on 1 fiiun-l ..t.h .tt\- tn ', .k : t f i oi. (j.o.. '\':tI I l'o -,

.> : the teim ol service one year! : the : Hut these permiued objects !'.t.WI! '1.. tl'! l 'J\ljcli'r. t'J lii: .' 'I 1'.1: I 1 I .\::.t dir-'Ctiuir tii' .UUM ie" (9 \v-'p, Ii c4metlionlil lV-isi>dt, \.t4sI-; ) .i-j l -.i- .i: ;. ,

u.lv.ince 0:? signing articlts, three j lila rk the I lini'is i ; of ibis indnlgenreid i I i til'.' L''v-krl! ; 'If .111.11111"I 1)C \"it. 'l.l! ilili* /111 1 ; j jllunri lie p- '" /.III'i and C'It'U.ltI. [pu'"-: -- .
I'.L If'; i hi cl I :Ijot-.i t-niittr.l; Vn 'ut .liijotia ; \ !'I'7' ."fo. '.1
jnonihs' jny! (*r js; J 2, and tiio ;oonniv | .\ :: hvever the cause f>r vvi-h! : i.'tli.x: and: n.ivl no ia:,. "''i SIIr. to j jlii v.mo.ie ot 1 nipaniMii.ig i Ii ,J .. .. I.
: : t'ro.ClII.11":1.; : : '; ? a < ..
I n"an i t.'i.tt IIO.H t'i" I'M >.I!i-, bfi.ij| } 'V.ai 0:' ; "of; rhr! Ji,- --
f' ; t.> o't't'_"
$20: makinu; alto;,-ther! I)2 doll a'1; I i', ihey are at w.nmay entitle: ihem! to I ; ':1 mII.ti.: ", it w'llll.1 !have savc.i : -s I'
'-.crvi-M I with. : & .l I Itj i t S-ook ,t ; ,
: pit :1 > 11:11: :MLV tp'ilo-ity uliic; | : ; l''i j.- 'r.)1, .10.1.
i 1:11} it'tlI 1 there is Ill,' f\o: nmt'.< :li.irl le.l.vtioa.it .1 1
lie brines j>eriiiry, oe: h.df of the ; our sy.mp! : no A-J: sii--K: of t'i<* 1"vI..t| f.ji I tin-rfiirfn: of the :; o., the 1 'Mi V.I..HT l'-: ]7. '. ;'(.).< i'lstaT-
.
bountv or I IGuoll.jrs: is paid; J > ihe seturity. I merit-? who does nor; foul and c->n-i I Ii I'.t-i "nit .!. II ic-iVrn i'L:l n..' to JiotlieiM-a i> :a good: ;at\i'.i II'.J si'.eli in tile !:, ';ui'nt often per cent ,s r'-ii't'r' ; ,-' -y :.. ,; bark bat ; for ul.-r of
tiir-'ngh: ; n )LIL p. .
I yo < I
The provisions and I lre.it- j i less tlltltIH: ; ) so loig: 'ts this intio-i II j .-\1. 1S'i1u: 9 ) -iilu.i.: .:. IWI .la.li..1 ins !Ij--a-is or tuies of our laws we d., not 1 i" v the I Slnre holders I on the! iKr Mo >liy it I'

remains wnhin the ',de of I Ithis hi> w.-io x.Oi'tliv of-iji--cril.; ..g.l.; i 'v.U '' ')f October 'nest. J. G. lK\Ki i
; tKMitral.tv l k.iow '* :.
meni are tiood, aa.l. !pay pnnetual.Nttn I p I whit a rica: ifl''I" of l&'j tiliug nsl ': I
'i add grll u copy J t.i !-. 'jU: ;it..ir.i! h-tro d. -.:..- ; ." ; J
ctnnmissimicd; (Ir{. >aid 'neutral I port( can, under! no pro. l t.iI'k.tolh' said of Sir I.t!\\ .ti-iL ('t'i. : i I ,\'c."l'e.z.J.i f 4
ojjicus I
: / i. ;; *v 1.1 1 >o tui: a' c-tiiuus hia s that 1 you will i ime I l' n aC'bu'ut .
<
( ..;mmeuT we shall !find. Fur iii-iaace. ITth, ISJ7-2t -if. f
rfJllJU's.-h BtMt3'\ 411lii, ; 2vl 1 i: tex: be converted, direcily; or indi-1! ;:;11 I d'1I1 I if '. .M ij>.i il"lI' l'ou.-on conic a- iry 1 t ____ _.____ _
!lks .vuui.i till. under the head of 4
J ;v : t
rectiv into n-cruiiia i t for i : ii'' i in tne 'tunn of 1 aI,1' il..r tpitlc.TIM xiippoie! 1 : will! he ivce'ved
do.JO 1 ( ; oddo.l!.> ; 1st (.'urpeir.i-r, JO ; a ; st-K-o.i gI An ?i.t to ''ii.i'M{ aa at-t i-aittled I an act lomcorporaJf I pVPOSLS by the i ,
; geutM-jl I :: ; iruf tils'J little vo- I, UT 'I lfl'.!"t'er! uUI;( tit' IQt.'i!' I
tIe': force of tliuir: w.uliko j ipjcu.i day of
t
2d do. 22 ; 1 >t {"lll.t' 30d; 1-1). 2'2! ; augmenting; : I}he City of I'e.iu-oi.i"f! wiii. .
liunc was a nuirc unl rations as tin "nteihtp, tor
one
> Id" | i furnishing tho foiloVinjjiinlerials
: makers 22 Isi Bl.icksmiiii SO /ql; !k. ; : il I fi i.l a provi-i lua'iii it pennl tu )
a ; ; : II II "' Iri"Cli !h.Svu'. ( j'I tiie htfil.of: t'i' >-i i ib for

2d t.l.1. 2tKAble () I Cir: ; tin irfrl1hriiLor tin* d--! .. ,oLs'' ; like a Dutc! builtr! iin; inJy if i isi .to keep allonge.! \t s.icn is iu." fitd. $ 4
I :3"c.Z. A-i, br it faitkir ezzre'fliat it \\\AUF
IlIUI'cllO 'df'Mli .' ; i.l 1 it id the: IIMLN t'-w autl f.irsi : TJIL1U.G.viz. ; .
.
n
hod'vd] Sn.mr.'n and others s'-r' )i.on, ( persons re- : us 1- m ; ; !
or" .
4 I ; ., any_ person Miall! ke -o! u. II III"C. tfcc. A.C.vKtc.
from any CWjfJtrWllt I' :i without I ) ) I anvj t I I i i' wiihiii: this CV! : hive -i-ei./! .:i\en, :: : -* ." *.i likf Ihf \i-siti of Auji'Is a vittcin with >.it :!'a\u.g; lit .-f "Illilled' a li- .,1
4 1. w.1 > rv ;:1 aint) bi. print ; so eiitpoly (.Iilfl cut 101h..r.'h.' -- cf =;
; 'i tonf. I '
; \
violation: ol'lhe: 1 law .:-> -ibove evplainto1 ] rise to pro.tli llI) \i :;:11.wnl: 1.i,- :; I' c-.ne'T: vMi-:: --! ie *'vn.v.i guci.m ti> .1'I1X. apenalty (* -
.
,
j !(" 'h: a.iv. tnii, he'rctof rc sofn, tli it I \va Ij'j'i' ( \shig* P'iJ'l1"\to .
of liftv l.iilais fit i-.icli: o.ic.ice tree log% from It
: will ;present) thf-m"ehis u ni' be- j Jan attempted! breach I u ti i-1 I i-1: nr.ht\ Wi! : ,-,: accoitnt li'r it.Vhon! li.tppen- U to 22 -etl-nij
,
) .
(-" / ? III Is2----i'z; ,-- -! ) N')W. \\ h ,
yand the jurisdiction of! tm Unit>'dtftiilcs \; of their
Will it ;JH l1 l'c'J 1 have no cause i time, they w.ll be( called to answer jtt I n-.a.u s :d.[ tii tt tl.! contract tJr piintinscv.is keep r- only voiertk 1 I'Mr ''''.v" .tl-! t a i ) tVi-t lon j auJ fr'j.ii 12 to 1 1 '
[ )J' tiu'! p I'-.' '. ;' 11:1 I :liko t!Itt- Spfini'-tJ OiTi-! Ifi
: to re rrt placing then .elves* under i il< I h ir.Tho. low the Curl"fltlflll, by 1C0I-1I1': A !iuin lW :;cs .MJ i try
4.r': who! cli.itv": uv. the p.lt"C for t1'iir 1 .
: they! pea-! to Cud:t,1 a.I;I :vl-ctiju Prinos-ds will als'.i!
he c"i i'-'eil thftSHUL
at
the fornmand of one, who ever has rep.ited; } t fr.mior of ::1ii' Irtndbillin t'yil'/ w'i'; I i.e. -\i ik.: d prize of four : r
In tiie; act to reunlue! i'-ii. ptMCce.li'.igs t infor; f'irnii!
: .uv .\ hg-: 9J'JJ feet of
protected and ever will their; juestion, 'ipn ircntlv uliudinj; linos, or 'd"\ > i'i! :: .11.11.: Soinet : nesriie I j
protect tc// it is provide-I lh&t! : :a i).'f.-a-l: i ii m lyswtaf I hc-tr! \,1' f'lric iji.t-ik.. i.i feet "1')
iiaiii. .. : !U >-i A \ iiiafi.* i'ra-icisco ''u- "
rights, to the utmost of his power. those ineiTidaritics. u uid!) a-scrib'n'i ,j I to liii answe.-" ; it x'i -ii.l I DC "slull c'lL-ir -It ii.i- .lllp-f'l, U inches wuleau.l
I ri io: dc i i L.t'"ir \ 'iVijr; or of:S'Jin-r ollit'r\
them to .1:1: ignorance of tho l.uvi '..-. to hisansA'jr"' S iie dots ..101Ciionje
David POI tel". i) .S. in tAf-s: a :pij.'I! A> the' \ck.1.-* swear : ipii'i-e! tiirce! il.nj<;s chi.k.I '
: towlKttisandisn.il ted to lie to d. ii. \* ti.*:-:' .1..v iwrr tu c in- Pe.rJlIi ..Isli.l t.j for of
With every disposition to the pi.-rni; s.'i -l out, in ( 1 I- p p.i'4''i per centumlj I coitract any
pay done ; and undertaking to distinguish, -'I''. iiiiik: > it ol ji i'i i.'i uu'; .%iii it was pel !hilll .' I'-i'M-e l- ain an! Act ilehni.i .,, titi- afJ'.J1I.tertas: will: ol :ut ''iVie
strictest! attention to all the rights} of r tin- dimes of Cj jriil.iU-i": ill:[I..ul uf piv- in :
If-MK'cl jiru.hat lo the iiiiii-ucJiu ;1c.Il' prup.J\li \v. .
neiitraliiv and the laws the 'ill this respect) tne rel ii'ue rights' : ,1:1\;) o-.iia ? 'iIHII them. .J1I.li"japl.. hH tit ;
( United. ;: :( :
!
.linM-ti'i : and t'ie
i'i- : ReKiitions tin-'us N. !H. \\\n.(
States ; of duties of neutrals :and belligeriiiis, I for ins bur,!;, and! 1 ra'inot '.cl I n.H'C.s ) $
it
t; ( oi.iht not to he expected \I t Maorial) I Tlirt occasion for which! in.-y!
.' publicly invites not merely Mexican: i I ave it the last. Iri oiia: !; 1 i.> t\.' howt-v- Wm ttbrce, > 3Pttcr
HIIXinlei.U"l alll.tho..c'
of : \av
sacrifice
mo to gis' liy,
;ny. my rights as a fe-I
I Law Li ljlth t d -if
er, saw n. ap.u-ivod; r ly
f; seamen, but all foreigners! ind'Ncrisnnatcly !ii I i".l SticciiiiiMii ; of i.c:isliitive l u'is )ai are : .V.h'i SIiV
t. belligerent. \Vhai} ; r :hey tIl'! not pio- Jaauarv, ctmythni'.tii; a It.CO.I.Ity.. l,.v tiie ,
("-'II',1; tel .1 i uhivi.ii( as l.irk as me, :vof -
t hibitmy doiv 1 have a tiiiht to do, within: our jlJ'l-i' itti"n, !ro array name! of .1.:11"1'1:1: t II''I' i i. nj -'ich I'ens9L. .\ll. 'H' .a. t 7 -1. -t,
which ri 1.latl'u ,
I I''>'? tii" 'n-.u'a it they >> ,
I themselves] under his:: l'tJ.i, I IfI da.' i'i all 1 tii.-year", i is there a.t' -
Ui.l the is lill when the .." : .jaeie -
t right sroiiiier j in tin! ; d! '1' ) !II' ia: .flllIItt"IIIJII 'I 4
'it'lIld.ml! ; s..J..h! County a- :!(' Veioo .' .\Iy lir:t ini- Co\\e A'f': :1i\\e
agii.ist a nilionviii ui'hvice : .
: permission) cxpresod in the law iiielf i I w !r<> >-iy n j in.ui' of 1 tlu neijfral ajipt'.iriiicf .
Hciul'v.IS tiiat tiiis! h mi.it.ik'* of
inn t (; n
.I we ;are at ; .t and tdV.'tTS1Ii.:11: :I.'i ii" 1 ,oi.! t.) it* coiitfiiis. ( I 1'rulay'he 21 1 find -
f, t111tl1 frhallrcise) : it, if i iL& it.; I I the printer! and I sU I'"l'd t 'is' n.i-ii.'tf my
;
our neutr-ilii; I :is to the inteffs of the Republic! of lJt'i'IIInr, (but he said it could nut b\ for
all! v.iic'r! >, l bit I'ot .McisU-rs, jrtcxelMil.jilv I t cttor sale! at r. )lic .Auc'ion at *'ie
and I guarded hy municip! .;1 cincimrnls I lii> }:t, dlt'Jlcy hall given several h.In.tl.lollilr \ [ n
r1Px doso. \\ hc laws
r !( O to ii t! ; prohibit \ :iicii ii.r i to my mi.id a remaiU of fThtcht -- [ [ Court I lldttse in tliis I"iy. the r."il:
i uxtia to secnie a printer in isiioini
I Mi.-dl atte'ioot.-I It is "..1C, Vol. flare lit IhSiM L uf!
; not no; 11M"J J mistake' and ; property, 01' so 0 un t tfrerf'ofyili ;:utis'v -
lie'deac
For this erroneous gloss tin; i'arli.i.nciit.: I h<- speaks ul'u'i mif'i'jvus.uiim-! i: u I i there could be tin ; -
upon the i)1lf,
assorted that 1 li.ive done allY tiim; : '! superintended lhe revival of tneptoofsiieeii ('orlO-ct Pen-uco-a, 'tor
I II la'vs I .il I i/o.iinti'! >)ii some ics m U 'Ih) ,V(MT tual'y 2-
I of the 1 i invitation ] upon '
not to :
iHl'gain\ explaining tinliws 1 aocuwJa speak r tiinuell I Tins wa? loo !hiliauthority : ives due thcrco'im to the SIX lily of
I i-lis.lilc to a Cf'ill. by a s.itiU at t'ovo'.iti'yof
also to cit zens :nd of the iieneral 0I I !December. 1826 ; unless the T.xts ire
: as- for
to '
;::w to my dnders. ijidmi: ot'tlie; il" I 0 Henry I V, I in WI: :' it was nvsolvcd that me (1i'j.1 ; gave up

, have c let mo l he1 Jllbjlf.i:"i .:cc-rdiij; lo peci: .f such a I p jper in 'i nc'ilral port, .' no ujipiciiticu: ur ot ill'r nian of the I.i -v. the point. I I I ;paid:tIe, to together the: subscriber!with! al!!! cost before: 'the
an.1 for; the sake of ih will shi i-.ilU be IKshire.." III rcaling over the ii'imeioiia' acts of persona -
i isii ) iiiight : : olfctcd a kni iit of I! .
the l.iw.s I have; \ :ul.itud.or is it ntiirli! : \\ I Aiir' on, f Lot "' ). 2-5 on the
it'u.i; identiyintroilmed
I li c. of which ,1111\. at.II'/I' .alldII..I Le ix Ht-iv < \ P
denied that 1 have given a proper : otherwise; laeC'dL.l.v enr: ntnt ;r fli-: i i jiisctjiience" : : and iiisuiriamJ ''utli bem-tit of the Hon.Conu.illors ;Hiy, 1 Lot M>. ::217', 1 Lot Xo. 224, on! Uornniu .

construction thI1.1te ; thru f pen dt'.es: of the 1:1I, relucianiiy i lesort t | <;csi\s (Jill'V I bo-ks iheinlv '>. I waquite di.aopoiatd Str el. 1 Lot No. :a.i", on (laplen '
to : ; ( 11 J have biniidctl tIlls I'ai-linmt'a; with the
lies the offence ? By s'icrifH'iii-jf; iiivrighitr I to >i is public notice ;-:ani will I riaino 1'nrlintiif.nfuin iu'luc'tun, oIh I I in not finding t lie Act restricting St'-e-t, and l nrpan N'o. 46, suburb i-TAX I

lie of seiliog Lottery ticket to to nJ ." S ,2Q.1'.LX for 1826 8 ,G8. 4
lake leave like : jiivilege
vill'all 1 I to remind them: tint lark-lr.itrniiiis ParLirtm..nl" ; anil Sir rtl.1 j 1' ;
! as a belligerent, and l .* Ifl!;> Mr. bat lilY f& '.'.-mi I infonned me thai O.V.. ('hi2 Lots No. J and ..101!*
I the allegrice duo from citizens wai-l I Coi.o: ; "!IJ.Tcs, will s-iin' 'II"! .MI, I i.tt
the advantages which}: the l-.w allOW :; a the l.nvm.i'lr : his IXf'l'llt'Ilhat! *lnck! hi- r< (to on ilsummed thlo i'ubuc Sj-iarr. Tux for 1825 St., 4;
: e \\ ;ti lie VC1 a good lUfi.Mt.
to me, who i ito l be benefited, 'I i temporary allegiince is due alr.o from If tii i 1.,,t Council iiionld frul ita way into I it in 'lhi birlliViat! a (iranuy lax fr .1"1 S ,*.O.

mal i by ava'dinn myself of them who i ito i.> I! foreigners residing at all under thc I any History, it will be ch.-u-atlriiy.nl as i'im veto, thinks I, iruist be something' like John Douulso'i 1 Lot No. 33 on they I, .

United Slates protection and authority of our laws, Coiislliuni in-loclmii", with this difiVrenco, tin patent forceps of Doctor SI"p.1) lti 1 Lot No. 40, mi Uedrnj atif't, iL
the
beinjurcd not ," far released that they! did flit as theii prototypes did!, I ft-inuf here observed, that' ronsiilering: the :)t No. 87i Loto.. 83. i Lot Xo. 89 !

surely, but Spain, and it will hirdh'''I\ except only so as they are exclndti the Apprentices of the Law." tjider bonsibility uianilV'sled by our Legishtors :until f.'lt [Wo. 104 on Tun:* Strict ; 1.otNim.

be contended thai she has any claimson from the obligation of it by the There are indeed many Apprentice- theLaw on the subject of their own rights & 202 203 223 363 36t 267 269 303

njv. .)rI'u aerc, or that I ambiMiiui I liws themselves. The laws hive s<> I I who on lit to be qaaliiicd, before they Jeneliis, privileges and prerogatives, he 304. s "f Lot No. 309, Lrt N) 310 311

from sacrifice the farrclixcd: !that obligation in favor: of '. adventure" to become the Law makers of vas; astoni-shed that they had not expunged 315 3n and Arpan LIlts No 45678
c Juncs to : Act which
certain
) I certain foreigners as to permit "dU : the day. It would, perhaps, he well! for from the Statute Book a 10 13: 14 15 16 17 18 26 41 42 43 56( ,
iute.t" of )
Mexico the benefit heir !liberties
: to citizen them l., copy s.) much of the Act of the lack- positively infringes t : personal 57 53 and :59 suburbs. Tax for 182JS13 ,

her 'nem\. What the laws entitle ;: subject or of any foreign S learning I'arlia'iii'nt as excludes Appreni 'in a ino;t delicate point and curlnilt their Wi Tax for 1826. 19, 14j. ,

DO to do, it entitles her to do ; thus i ** prince, state, or colony, district, orJ" i ticp ", iil; to .'ovi'te! that men of I the natural prerogatives; in the most odious and ,JQ'i( Jardela, Lots No. 2J6 -nul 237 on

farM are on an equality; and it will people, who sh ill transimtli/ : Law', ii'out elerted, shall be provided inhuman manner. lie thought the Act B:1ylell Street. l'axtor 1825 S -,7J; I*** 11
the
be burnt common hangman -
be .1"! vviihi'n' the United States, and sh dl, : 4. 3en-e Ke' III'b" pro Juno publics. Theft I ought to by for 1826 $3,08.
no cause of complaint: on the partof as the (''COI glans; burnt the VazooLaw.
i have been ; worthy and excellent men 800 t
| on board of vessel of war letter m.iny which Act excited! 1m Vicente U. Maxant arpa:1Sre '
any I
t :ji ti 4I') lJ11pnt ol Mexico] vvhenevei strictI enquired ) i
HH the Council of intentions and ,
1 j !jn pure Tax for. 1325, S3,855 Tax for1S26
b Sjiain thinks proper to exercise I j" oraittrqiiu, or prl V.llet.11 whicli m I integrity ; but not having the requisite I feelings so much ; he turned me to Ole of t i City.

}her : j"; the tiiUi outs .irrival in the United : ', .vle.ge! of forms, and being uuskillr-l ill : Laws of 1H2, page 74-1 thought him too $4.62.Turner t
. }privileges. I Stark, i Lot No. 19 on Cun* i
t ( i and told him I knew shine ,
u I lore severe, mighty
St ftfjed ansl le/al
or ju wilhout
ites
was equipped' as phraseologythey ve,
1 iiivj le.ivr t.) 'l 5Ure the District s..ein- i good men among them. Hut, said he, theirgfoodne.ss anil Iteding S ret'';, 1 Lot anti 26 feet of'Lot'
I" I been rode until like Ba-
literally ,
t ztoiiuy, ;and all other United States' ; such, to enlist or enter himself ort f laam's .\.*?, they should! speak out, aud no I does not benefit us, if they sailer N'I. 21 and 22 on the lUy. Tax: for

\ hire or retain an'.JthcsuJject or themselves to be led into errors by 1825 S1078. t ,
: officers, that, in claiming all the privileges j longer be governed by raw and inexpe- gross '
' H citizen of the : designing villains. fhey be good fur Joseph S-iul.( .1 Lot No. 87 on Sev.He
same foreign prinM ricac-'d may
:
t: that: the laws entitle me to, i i yuuths""whom they ate too apt
f many things, but they make bad Laws ; ii SqUIre, A Lot No. 224 on Uaylen Street
have state, colondistrict, or fie-jplc, to suppose know more than thej bad an
t ; no desire to oppose myself theirauthority i l leurn." Bltickilane he who seeks un oUJee, the duties oft aich Lots No. 251 :tnt\ 262 ou (Urden alit! I1 A
to
opportunity ( befure
:
i wh!. i is ti'iiibienfliwithin the Uni-
; mv* desire] is 10 fulfill all| j'4" I I quoted. but to the point, as we Lawyers: sy. he does not know how to discharge correctly atox Streets, 1:1 ap1)aflSNO. 46 antI 87 Suburhs. -

, the duties of my obligation to Mexico, j ted Stales, to enlist or enter himself 1 got the book from Senor Dot Simple, i is as great a cheat as the Vankey leJ- Tax for 1825 $2,98J ; Tax for 1826S3,75.1.
I
und j to serve sucu frel'jn prince, state, lars who vend horn gun Hints and wooden
what I have done ana 'intend to who is not unlike the character by
: given nutmeg I. theu advised my neighbor 1 1- \\ hiteIiea., Lota N '. 7 and 8 4
do J"I c o!on ii district people on board I
I: am decidedly of opinion is neither t Shakespeare to Justice Shallow. I found. that by such freedom oflanguage he miht Tax for 1825 $4
on the l iibhc Square ,
.uch vessel letter under the) first Act which i is intkled An
,
i of war, of marque,
against tho laws of the country, incur the displeasure of the higher powers. 041 Tax for 1856 $4,04 (
t.io I I" or piivattcr, if the United States act regulating civil procepdiug a provision What can they do said he? They may
policy of the governmcnt.nor Public for the rights of female*, declaring in :John B Casnave, 1 Lot No 349 Tivoli .
j" shall then be at with such !foreignjirince employ some of those Hermaphrodite animals the Market !Place
opminn.Verc it against the laws pe'ice what cases they may sue for slander Who! Laborers and 1 Lot near Tax.
who neither Gentlemen nor
of the United State this would power, state or colony, would ever think of looking under such a I Citizens, are nor Soldiers called Gossips, for 1826, '511,00. :
,
not have been tho first time they l. diiirict, or people But this is the bead for such a provision 1 I have, however to cry, me down among the old women ; C. Evans,

fcfvc beca, carried intQ execution. extent to which foreigacrs \within our 1 entitled, heard"that Aa: act in Indiana regulating a law C01elanc.es"wa passed, j where they williooa receive the ,ame treat- Ctfj Collector.1hu4r. .


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p:; trJtAnd in the first plr.c: I willtike V I M$ country. Ic was a memhcr of tho I XIOTWZ.I; I Office oftfiGeneral Ct"mmsatJ: ., J10 OSAL5Dr

occasion that in Convention which formed the constitution hereby bit to all Persons whatsoever of Subsistence, ) !'
to opinion PRICE
aS .
say my 1 .IB
thai I hIve this day turned on"my WASHIJTO.N: July 1. 1827. ,
there is no country in which an Tennessee. A Judge of the I wife Ehz beth Horne from my bed EPAttATB proposals will be receiv For publishing a Literary Journal ccltccTIlE

it *'rrom'ons standard is so generally a- Supreme Court of that! State, Twice and Board for causes: too scandalous tQ i _,) ed at this Office until the 1st day of

dopifc! for estimating the talents and a Senator in Congress, and Governor i make known; therefore I forewarn all persons October next, for the delivery of provisions .

: qIe} iifiCHtions jiubhc'nien.' We are of Florida. i whuttoeter from trading with her! for the use of the troops of the United SOUVENIR.EMBELLISHED

:J'!nxMuiiivrrs.iily; in the habit of supit There is this remarkable! difference, I II on my account, as I am bound to pay none States, to be delivered in balk( upon .
of her this 30th July, 1827. as follows. WITH
contacts, inspection
!for however between General Jackson I'
;)( siIg that a man has talents gov- !I ,
r 24 At Pensacola.
31.
Splendid Quarto
t.1 uit.. in proportion to hi.s talents ; and Mr. Adams. General Jackson, Joabilorne.I I EnGravin 8.

Tor public speaking! or lor writtencornnosition. remarkable for his disinterested paw \\lC VresVAc\\t or the 1250 600 barrels do of fresh Pork fine Flour fj J8UOU work is intended as an agreeable .

And, such is the effect .riotism, has accepted office, with aview I. and instructive companion( for
IlitCQ 8\.a\ gallons good proof Whisker, the
4 and
e.s. parlour, an appropriate
oit1"nor: ; that mere popular dc- to render the Republic some ,! each whiskey barrel l to have at least 16 |I ant at the Toilet-to be iwued attend-
of I Jaw. JOHV QnxcT
fiN I.
ciimu'rs'i and controversial; writers, service, and has invariably rl'signedwh pursuance of thf United States t'OO'lIaUOplt j Wednesday, commencing' with the every Gr
AMAHS President I
though destitute of sound judgementand n he found that, from the situation of America, do hereby. declare and make 550 bushels! of good sound Deans ( Wednesday in July tteit. \

j solid understanding, have acquired { of the country, his services could not ki"own, that a public sale will% be held at SHOO pounds of good hard soap No exertion will be spared to ren.
4UUO ot hard CandIes -
S in the estimation of many, the be cHjnentl'useful.1r. Mr. Adams, on lie Land Office at Tutluhatiec, in the l'erJ with pounds cotton wicks good Tallow "THE SOUVENIR( ," in all re.pects wor.

$ characters of great statesmen. I the contrary, has generally held on to ory of Florida, on the second Monday in 140 bushels good clean salt thy the patronage of the public, both as K

: If I wore called upon to graduate all l the officci: that have been confercd :December next, for the( disposal of the I 2250: gallons good Cider Vinegar each cheap and elegant emporium of useful

) the human mind, I should say that 1 upon him, as long as he could, ('lands herein designated, to wit : I vinegar bbl. to have at least 16 good and interesting information, and a TStui.e : .
'Townships No. 1 and 2, of range No. 6. bl repository of choice specimen
the brightest order of hnman intellect taking special care that the salary and I Township No. 1, 2, 4, 5, j h hoops Miscellaneous, Literature Strict alien or
One-fourth the first of June
4' is that which exhibits itself action ; the expenses travelling, whether ac- and 6, and fractional 18:8Onefourth on day lion will be bestowed on the moral ten.

itself inpublic should No. 7 & 8 of No. 7. | dency of'"TH E SOUVENIR "
the next, that which exhibits : ttial or constructive, punctually townships lunge on the first day of October, and aslant COg.

.1 speaking ; and the next, and I and fully be paid. There are someother I Townships No. 1, 4, 5, b", I 1828 : vrAtchfulress preserved over the
S 7 ana tractional townships I and interests of
,
t the lowest of the throe, that which I topics that forcibly suggest themselves I t ()Onefourth the first day of December, cause virtue.
No. 8 3nd 9, of Range No. 8
of the
exhibits itself in writing. General I but I feel so much exhausted Township No.1, and 1 I 1828 A portion contents will be aj
I follow .
I Jackson is pre-eminently ditingui i by the oppressive heat produced tythe fractional township March And,the 1829.: remainder on the 1st day ot 1. TALES, original and selected! EfJ.

.. cd by the first ; Mr. Clay's: reputation surrqunding crowd, that I wll L No. 9, lOt and. 11, of Range No. 9. It is understood that the Pork to be SAYS moral, humorous and scientific;

i is founded almost entirely upon close my remarks with a single atlti- Township and No. 1 ami 2, I contracted for, is to consist of an entire: j POETRY; original and selected from the

f, the second ; and JVIr. Adams' exclusively ditional reflexion. Though( the co 1- fractional: town- I hog to the barrel, except f tiftt, legs, ears, best American and For.1n; publications t
hips i'\o.ll, and 12, of Range No. 10.Ail .
third. Public for the and snout. Should the hog weigh less BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES of dutinguishcii
on the speaking, test next Presiliency ULIdoULt'I situate South ot tie base line, and -
male .
;; being more immediately connected i edly derives much of its ;( East of the meridian. than 2UU pounds, the deficiency must be persons, andftvnale. ranicuhrly -
tIt I latter
x,ith human action, is a much more the cha.icter, services, and qualifications The Townships are to be offered in the head made is up) allowed of good fat to side each pieces barrel., but Tne1 one: W ,, be. !re. The; ANECDOTL5ol original matter, Boa necessary

cotain indication; of effective talent, of the competing candidatesitdcrin's {' order above designated, beginning; witii I contractor may exclude the Lams, and t tor tins department of our paper
I than and accordingly of its importance the lowest number of Section m each. will be furnished by individuals
writing merely, incomparably more I substitute good side pieces. who are
JLanus reserved law, fur the of
use I
J regard Mr.! Clay, though little more from the principles involved bciioou, or ior other oy purposes, arc to beexcluded The Pork, Beaus, Flour, Whiskey, I advantageously t the medium known of to thehroug.i public

than a. popular declaimer, as }hnving in it. For I do sincerely and80lemnly from sale. Salt, and Vinegar, must be delivered in duclions their Literary pro-
besides the
dec.df'dly l better talents for government believe-and if it was thelast liiun; jnder uiy haud, at the City of Washing- strung aRid secure barrels, and the Soap: !j who numerous correspondent -
DC
loU, lui* l\\Lulj-cl/S"th JAy' ol iMaj, A.L). IMi. in good strong bexes, ut"a convenient; may expected to con
word I it' /
: than Mr. Adams : in a I l word I had to utter I would! sayitthat l lor tribute.
Pork
8.7.e The Whiskey
I* J ui.tu A jlurtiij transportation.
tvcio called; upon to define what i ii it 'i'iI 'iI if the American: People, tuii.icy. Vinegar, ana Flour in seasoned II. MISCELLANY.-Interesting items

i is that which constituti-j a talent for (which Heaven fo'-bin) should ratifytnf' By the 1lretldent heart of white ok. barrels ; the Pork in o inttlhgence, foreign and domestic occurrences

rOH'qHlij! human affairs with wisdom I, practices aid principles: of Mr. UtOGKAHAM, barrels full hoped. The I'orK to be carefur. deaths, marnagcb, &c.

I I would say, that, when our country Adams and Mr. ClayS exhibited I iuthe Cctna3hiuse7c. -ucntrai;JJ. Land Office.ID ;)' packed wild '1 turks Island sail ; each III. ENGRAVINGS.-The first num.
piece not to exceed 10 pounus in weight. ber of every month will be
embdli :
i* sunounded with difficulties and a last election, wouM] eo farther' -- >Vd
i CATOIJ.NT: ITJ'tQoKk;, The bait will only DC received by measurement w-th a splendid quarto COIPEU.PL'E
(1i1S i is presented in her affairs, from to undermine the lihm: *,>l i this country i'luii.ia, IM July, 1827. I ot'o2 quarts t.* tht IJIl bel. E. GRAVJNG, fitted to tue we 0"'h

". hich it !is. important that she should than any thing that has occlJrn'rlsince I WILl. receivr ill}) uJIOlai! 'till the :31st The provisions. arc lo be inspected at.. work, among which will be the folIo] 1ng.

he !speedily extricated, the man i is host tne formation; of our Government October ensuing, to turn is}h the 1"roolJ8of i|I, tUe tune of delivery and the contractor Alhambra, Ancient of Man.Burning.

I 1y qualified) tu rule her destinies-not It"ill bo saying, in ,effect E, ti! United bta >' Army, that are, or I is: to pay that 6c ali otlici expenses, until. Palace of the Mountain

\?ljk> am declaim most eloquently to the politicians} of the, country" g I with'from Louses! as nuy be designated b} tile Uu'-
Spain.
I upon }her distresses-not, who can hono'tly if you can-hut getpovcr. : rB5Lt tell b ales' Ageni- ., wonders of Dmpinny. -
, f :BIEr: View of the Per- .
\'Ei1(',alter months ofdeliberation, the On the contrary, shouldGeneral The privilege is reserved to the United :
manent
I t t most philosophical rxposhion of the ,. Jackson be elected, the People f elude tl IheSlst e 1st lay day ot of Januaiy i i'ecembcr Ib28 1828, to in. States; ot increasing: : or diunnishing! the' over the Sclmyl-Bridge Temple Grotto"of of OHlcs Pluto.,

t causes of }her emharrassment he will vindicate their OWII rights, & The beetwill be required be delivered quantities, or ol dispensing: with one or... kill. Font Du Gard

I 1 .1 who! has the judgement to decide | hold j up an example which will be a to the Tu.upstwi' dus in each week] -, into more articles at any time 1.h. re entering i .ttna, from the Niames Langue-near

? t With promptitude what is the remedy warning and a terror to those who (,the, days to ..e desu"ji, ) in such l\la 4. reducing contract the, and Also of ot each increasing er Gardens of the doc.
quantities delivery Prince
I k that will save the Republic, and theenergy might bo tempted by the meretricious Ulies KM shall be ic ]titrcd for their rations\ I one-llnnl, on Oiving nxty days previous ria. of Bisca- Sanssure's ascent oF
on fich: dl\', AhtJ I d : Mont Blanc.
it
1 : em
i to apply that rea-edy successfully allurements ofanoiher Coalition.: nece83iry 1 to notice. hut It lIS prooioie that no aJlcl"ii- View of
t whatever obst.iclesmay be interposed --------__, .------__---...-- ".., :Hppnze' iho.sv) who may choose to offer I to t ': lion will oe. made before, the execution St. Pe- Cascade near Oy-
tersburgh.
conuarttor the :*tiijii\[ ', tliat the beef will sans, Datiphiuy.
by foreign force or domestic sca"1l "Vrcmi t\ie. Jail ne ri-qu.rtd to he Ilf{ the best the marketcan j 01 lue contracts Arch Street Ferry, Desert 0:'the Grand

tiviij-cn. Such is tho man I should ailuid, and p.,riicular attention hut 8t Bidders not heretofore contractors, or Philadelphia. Chartrue,
tins ()
: 4 (U'i i night of Thursday inspection of t it will denct-ot their ability to tulbi tie ,cou I. by Azelard.Giant's .
p st Executive office of tho Republic Othe always be Ua e.'ehlJIS Causeway.
August! .in. t. a Negro tracts for srtiich they may have propo: (1 Causeway .
oif'crmg 'o contract, will make ,
,. < -& suwh a mail, precisely is Andrew Al in, confined as a Uuu- their propctia in writing, sealed and ,delivered I are required to acconipany Uietr: p'')!' J.. & Bridge of Bn.tlon. Castle of Segovia

I f* > Jackson. ) :A'nty ; calls linself1UNSON to me ...t this place the i!,&:lls with uch evidence, together WIL ii Spain.

f ; t The friends of Mr. Adams rest his l.ite per ponu! in a tingle:: ; bid stating for wInch ". the names of their sureties, whosr respousibilily Slate Prison, Auburn Lake of Killarneyfrom

S I if t 1 -claim.s to be continued in office principally they will i furnish, and the) shall he inform.m I mtiit be certified '>y the Uisirict( New York. Ken murePark.

t : upon the fact that he has boon I j 1 and says: that he is the prnpeity of JehuKvang (It the reception (it'theur proposals, eij i- Attorney or some person well known ny' Tynwald Hill!, Isle .

almost: all his life in office ah ;llh... I : ()t f Winchester, JtiiMiifcdippi. Said| j I ther by leitei: irom, or on personal: applitioti the (iovernmcnt ; otherwise their propo- Each subscriber will t'ws' be furnished;

; have negro i.iau i is about 24 years old, 5 feet "' ( to, me at ':lII.onmel Brooke, un Hals will not be acted on. yearly with seventeen -
a-ertaisily : nuilj superior Coppei"plate
no disposition
to
St r : '! 7 or 8 inches }Jlhh, very: stout built, IB of T.c' uay; above flCflhilI't. Tiiere can be no advances in any case Engravings, the price of which it

1 e rtirute' the value political ('. p"ri- rather! a.yellow complexion and has sar JOHN 1* \liK, Lieut and and evuence of iiwpectiun anal: deluery! L purchased singly would more than double
1I.
;t: ncn. But the simple) f.iet; that Mr. on j Ills right thumb I will give a I ewal d Attt. C'ym'y. Sub sf. will be required: til this olfice/ .b fo.c: the annual cost of the entire work.IV. -

i Adams has been .:.irlY years in ot1i '{., nt'vx; dollars, (htilwluA.t\! UIC law of the No rjropr.S'ils! will be received after the I payment will be made ; which will be t:l- THE TOILET.- addition to the
*" : I'erriiory allov\.s, which it is 11.[ .{ of ()Ctter1S2;", iher in draft.on the IJepariment at Wasliington usual
u'lIhh.s
: but a very: feeble |.iesiiuiitive probablewould -- _ Lit-Tary matte contained in simi
ue incrciboi by tjit- owner of Jiani (: or some Atlantic city, or in I re4lI lar publications
proof that he has acquired that 1V ESTAIU4ISII.MENT.: the Proprietor has completed
'I kind !.i I aon,) and all Mec->: ry expenses, for llu-l I I SUIT Drafts on specie-paying Hanks to an arrangement by which he will
I ( experimental knowledge l N j jvhidi apprelicnpioii of s\id NtiO auJ his ll e- The the Westward. be enabled to furnish correct,
deucrip.
j t rtis him for the cftl.1" [ t J1\el' in it is desirable that each be
i i sii : govrrnment ). to me PcnsacoLi.Jb ; It<< 1ERgle -. proposal lion of the prevailing fashions, both foreign
;1; : )Ut1tiV. \\-1.are tho ohVeshe \ S. Chapman, ,t. sealed in a geparule envelope, und marked and domestic, illustrated with elegant

: I [ : )has! filled; during the long periodf ) City (junstable.Pensacnb j ; Tavern ""Proposals" 1 fiirnisiiing:: ; Army Sub engravings besides the re j;alar se-

Iti- I < It )his puUic service ? What are xhe : ; fi .tence. nes, onein each quarter ; places of
I __ _August 3a:, 1-;: 7- '*-tf. .
; t. oiojiiKtancesunder which he has held ANDTRAVELLER'S ( eo. ibson, fashionable resort ; sketches oflife, manners -
I lho.c} TOWN orT MAG ';O.I.Ji.. Com Gei't. Subsistence.Ju'y &c. &c. at the earliest possible period -
(- oI1is i <'! ; and what are the monuments REST. of

ar'- t h.j! has left behind, of his extra- .AOl'S/ offered in the new for sale.Town Tliis of )1.'J.'liu1ia: .,...;.'l. THE Subscriber informs the pub- 2.-22-1 -. V., and Editoi's from the department most authentic; Notices sourer of
pUce is u- -
oidinary, capacity: } to serve his country stuated; 8 miles from Fort St. Maries on AL.J1.4.a Ii' JI I.!JI Ct..d I he has opened a .house OftfST ltECEIVBD passing events ; The Drama ; New Pub

? I I Through the principal part of the St Marks': river and 15 from Tailuntissce. he h.-\i I'uhlic Ciiiertaimnrnt: ; :n the!I l AND lications ; Criticisms ; Reviews, &C. JtC.V2RSKS. ; .
use : tocupied:; by Hall FUR SALK
________ .. the Dtnol ot iiis public service, he has The river can be navigated to the for tb.t; ;.'.: }f.l'.;*<', fronting\ tIle Maj.puulicsqaal' At the Pensacola Bookstore .
1.- Town ;
Ix-en by vessels drawing 8 ,
-
a mere hal1!(Jr-un the Go- feet wau r. hp
tijron} { Arrcii has fitted in "THE SOUVENIR "
:The I fittiution i l1i%\h, dry and Ijealtiiy i up a convfr.K'iit a complete and general assortment of will be published
VCr HJ1Cnt, holding its offices more for i it h.istuo ; rm.tnt"l'tin tIle recention of travellers every WEDNESDAY, on extra medium
J in
their"emulumcuis' than with the view : Sulphur Springs 1he'Icmity.. ; :'Itl one of which is only :JOO! yards from the I I
I of rendering important service I II j tie 'urph'lJ"iuJ'; I the beat which the QUILLSsomo elegant type, and decorated in addition
any Public Tiiey said !
Square arc to
::4 :
possess market
afford
can and his bur the to the
with
t r lo the country. In the medical qualities.apply I engravings alluded to above, with
long great
course best of No exerlidi wil' be of them of Embellishments.
liquors
S' quality. many Each
very superior Number-
: ">f I his 1 For further intoniution of Terms &c.
services
diplomatic : forci
as a 1L1mziisterwitli | vantirg OM; the part of the will comprise eight
proprietor
> to J. G. and N. liamien. SJ. Marts.: d3Wanted a quantity of Geese', E aglea' ; pages, cut, stitched
the exception of the Steele to render t:.Mu.--al: satisfaction to those and g"'ani''in and expressly adapted for binding At
to Tallahassee.
I negotiationat Ghent, in which he was or St.Augiibtus Marks. !10th August, lti2724tfr who ma) favor him with their company.His Pensacola. 1st March, 1826. i the expiration of every year or the close-:

associated-with four others-he has ;. U. A plain oi the tow not'Magnoliamay stables! are well calculated for a numstr i of a volume, subscribers will be furnish..
l,f Z.crs.t\-and. a good and attentive Anlan : edgrati.J with a general index of the .
I not single memorial of his diplomaticskill be seen at this i office contents -
i Cfcllcr will atall times ;3e at hand I I and a handsomely
title.
\ on record unless ; engraved
we regard as N01'lCE.LE" Families or Gent -ml'n who may wish BOTANICGARDEN page.
,4 1 cuch a memorial, the public documentswhich cnn be AccommodatprJ: with 1
TERS private apartment Price of
Administration! with tiViIt subsscription
1C g2 50 'tn-
shew per
the GEO.
HSIIER.f.lah .
enormous amount of annexed, on the E tate ot Jo- and Nurseries, Long Island near New num, payable in advance. Postmastersand
the public treasure which he has drawn UFfI NORISOA, J late of -'ie County E s- .- -"iee. Dec. Ic-1--L1. York-WILLIAM PRINCE Proprietor; others out of the City, procuring.five-

Q as a compensation for his services. cambia deceased, 11a"illbbe 1I grunteJ to AlvIEnlfJAN FAIR.- -The new Catalogues for 1827, of this subscribers and becoming respOJ1l lf for ,

b It is to mo a very str.nge; notion, Mrs. Kmelia Noriega, !by the Hon. tlie \Ve wish that( fnerd establishment, are just published, and the payment will be entitled to a.ixth copy -
I County Court of said County all vtMy of this may be obtained rali. from gratis,
.that a man is to be qualify ito govern ; personshaving ()l'rnl HhouUl (:rderstand and that Messrs. .
'lenLaadaagaiilst3udesttte; : are requested they and J. Swords, 99 IVar! street, and The Copper-Plate embellishments will.
tlw Republic, by the would Ictve V* kindness to make persons
residing
j during to the it at a distance who ; be
superintended
present aiie nniucdutely: knmvu thut may desire it, 1 by by the Publisher and
to
of his who will
prime life out of his own country and those indebted urc desired tu make any out procure dropping line to the proprietor that the typographical part of the work will
four vibscnbers-
-.-dancing attendance to remit on their820 eRect, will have it be uuder
as a resident: payment instantly sent to them the exclusive direction of
accAqt we will send fifth
minister upon a foreign court and J u. do la Rua. tie! American Farmer without a charge copy of free- of.charge., It may also be obtainedfrom ; L Messrs..: Atkinson. .and Alexander_ whonave
:- rne u
paying homago to the absurd frivoli- the various agents in every sectionof I oeen so long Known me puDlicasable
will
Attorney in tact :or *:') -; who procurejve subscribers,
4 ties of its etiquette. I should not) he is EmeliaPensacola. .Kvne will be allowed to retain $5 on his remitting the Union. This establishment which and enterprising artisans that it is i

; itate that sin .JJ J'ninisl"41"Zr. the: was commenced about the middle of the entirely unnecessary to say that so far as
lo say ten veais service : remaining 20. \Ve beg al) last
t ft 25th i century, and haj kept constantly increasing they are concerned there cao be no
',' ,, i. i Jttlv. 18j7-21- 8t. so to repeat that all uhich is hecessarvto .
I "ugn: UT JO OJ me ever since ia far doubt
any Important : by the most ex as to the elegance ofits execution
t'
offices of the Government at home, I Laborers uuted be .lone by any one, wishing to subscribe I t tensive in the Union ; and, in addition to and with regard to his own. share of rh'
I : is to enclose: a five dollar note by the
S will give a man a better r ROOD the immense acquisitions of former arrangementsthe l'ublishe.r'bind.himself
experimental AS as mechanics employed fat mail, at the w& o/J; andaddres8edto thrEdhti"
know ledge of tlie constitution and policy : building a wharf at the Navy Vara of American Farmer,Baltimore years, the new Catalogue contain above in case he should fail to, perform any essential .

: ot t 1m country, and better j: shall arrive, which is expected daily, I will -and whether the money be received or 500 new varieties ofFmitt, never oflered part of his undertaking to refund
qualify hire 40 able bodied before to the public, and not in the price of subscription.
S butt to fill the office of President young men, of steady, not, the paper will be forwarded immediately possession
than
industrious habits, to work with them asSsistants. and the actual of any other establishment in Ameri Agents will shortly be appointed in
I thirty years of sen ice abroad in the They are required to be familiar number of the volume will receipt be of each ca. The collection now offered the different puts: of the United States, until

,. chniucterofa foreign minister. In I with the use of the axe and th! augur, and ty the Editor guarantied public is as follows : 172 varieties of Ap- which time subscriptions: will be received

fret, 1 should regard this latter as otherwise well qualified fur Carpenters' The American Farmer i is plea 202 of Pears ; 76 of Cherries t 139 by PHILIP PRICE Jr. No. 66 Lombard

I jiving a laborer If on trial, they are found to be weekly published of Plums ; 25 ot Apricots ; 84 of Peach. Street Philadelphia, to whom all orders
disqualifying tcn )
Skinner
: In of by-J. S. Postmaster of
eucy. the
above 20 of will be addressed
description will es Nectarines 100 of
; the they meet Maitimure i ; Almonds t post paid-\ also
witnessing intrigues and with printed on fine the size
corrup constant paper 14 of Mulberries by JUDAH DOB3ON
employment and receive : 6 of Quince ; 16 of 108 Chesnut streetat
t tions of foreign Courts a foreign mint liberal compensation, proportioned to their ordinary-newspapers! folded so u to Figs ; 16 Currants ; 15 Raspberries ; the omce or me SATURDAY EVE-

t jster certainly does not improve qualification; to be decided by the waster make 8 pages ; about one half or four 47 of Gooseberries ; 20 of Strawberries NING POST, Na. 112 Cttesnut street, two

4 his knowledge of the character workman by whom their labors arc direct- pages, devoted to practical Agriculture ; 19 of Walnuts, Chesnuts, and Filberts i doors below the Post Otllc .
1 of hisown ; ed. They will be allowed I the remainder to Internal Improvements, 10 of Medlars Subscribers
4 an agreed price Persimmons, and Papaws ; are requested not to- pay
i1 countrymen and Government, per day, they finding themselves food, cloth I Rural and Domestic Economy. selections 15 of Barberries and Whortlo berries; any monies unless accompanied by tho

: however he may improve himself in ing-, medical attendance, kc. and subject-to for lou&ekeepers. and female teaders 25T of Cranes., comDriainp-thc. .... finest wine_ receipt of the Publisher, or the Age nt. ,.

4 4 the refined arts which he has so fami- a deduction for ail lust time, from whatever And Natural! History and Rural sports. ; and table Grapes of France, Italy Germany H Philadelphia, June 20ttl. 1847. .
cause it may proceed. : A minute index and title page to the I
and
liarly witnessed the Crimea, and are priced at from
W. Hcucll
among strangers. In Hunt Agent, Fca.iri.c1.MA1LAR1tNUEMN.
whole vilume is published, and forwarded

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the 11. Overton cents to gl each-they are also offer
t \ dwelling upon great political! experience with the lat number each volume.A ed in assortments of
ooe dozen each
$8
of Mr, Adams his Navy Agent. number will be sent to 'r
advocates .I P D?lacola. 7th August, 1827-23-tf. single anyone for the first. $6 forthe second and $4} ,
a: almost invariably seem to take it for who" maj desire to see a specimen o/ thepublication. for the third assortment! and they will be Northern Mail,

granted that Jackson has had % IdREE or Four Gentlemen, who may I selected to suit climate from Maineto
no experience wish to retire from the hustle of the To all Kditors whu will give the above Georgia. The any collection of DUE every Wednesday and Survlar at
at all in the civil epnrtn>ent. Town the feel ornamental 4 o'clock P. M.
shall
I' insertions
during Bummer months, can one or two we much Trees Shrub,and Plants consists o/
There cannot be a greater error. be accommodated with comfortable boardat indebted and will gladly reciprocate their I 1053. species: and of Hoses 500 most Departs every Saturday and Tuedijr

Through thc whole period of bis life the Ferry-bouse, on Deer Point ; and kindness.P. splendid varieties, including 70 of Chi at 8 o'clock A. M.Florida.

from his earliest manhood he.Jias fill- hive the pnvilege of the ferry-boat, when s. The American Farmer is circulated nese monthly Roses. The Green House Mail

tr I ;. edt i in succession almost all the) civil I IC&ce comi g over with passengers. through every State and Territory, and i i. department, consists of more than 20,000 ,
I known For terms apply at thisefice.. written for by many of the most distixigt4zbcd.ptical Planu, and contains tbe most beauti. Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock A. H.
tho ofl
to
coissuiutioa PCft.cola 15th March 1827-3 tf. ; wato io the Union,) ful and io(cre.tiDS species bow Departs same day at 2 o'clock F. W

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