Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: 3 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: May 30, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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I I i: shall be 'attach*)''*) the Land 1)i, That tbe JUts ofr11te"' l .I' of courco all commmiicatioa.bettareea I the head! the. Mary's, there: being

.' uf & .rA3nxwP: I i'!: rict, the Lund Office of which i it Courts in Territory shaQ Have. the extremes wascut-oft Tbe a more southern branch, which

''..' ,..\e" ofZhe United .LaZc I I established at Fort Wayne ; and power to order extra terms'of' said Memorial of the first Legislative i from it$ size, ought to l>e considere4
andoftfa Territory of Florida3c3scaipnus that all tile lands to whicb thee Indian Courts, or to adjourn them to any Council Florida, which is ascribedto as its source.: The business was iu

-Year 5 title is extinguished in i.iid; Stare other time and placewben the public I II the present Delegate in Congress, consequence suspended, and has giv

Half Tear 3Quarter 50 and which may be west of the line dividing i- interests way require it, and wh'eb and which shows an enlightened forecast : en rise to another ujeasago of the Governor

iu year advaACe. 1 the first ..1I second ranges east I from sickaeis or other cause, the; of nearly all these prominent to the Legislature of Georgia

I AZVkRTIIIRO.Every Ef1bt riptjon! payable advertisement the second principal meridian, shall t Judges cannot hold the regular terrai' ; points of jnterest to the Territory, This subject is now before the Congress

of the *idth of one column and mea ul&ug t be attached to the Land District, the !giviiig due notice of the same ; and it aud has since been so ably folldwed of tire United States. In the

nut mUI e than twelve Jine of this type, ut Land Office of which is established at shall also be lawful for the said Judgesto up in the.detail by its..,author, recommends mean time, the gauntlet thus thrown

i.. ert ou one dollar, each weekly coulinu-. Crawfordsville.Sec. hold Courts in either of the Districts the selection dfa spot between down by Governor "Troop, has been

a.ict fifty cenu; longer flute and and wider figure ones work at, I 2. And be further enacted, wnen the Judge of the districtis the App t chicola and die Suwaney, manfully taken up in a quarter whcro

I r double.Ie tame price rate.for the first insertion. Advertisements That the Surveyor General shall absent, or prevented from; attending for the seat of Government, so soon I we did,not expect to find a champipd.

will be tastefully displayed, cause the second principul meridian I by sickness or other cause. I us the Indians shall have been removed The acting Governor Florida.. Mr.

I according to the nature of them, .and mil to be extended to the northern boundary .-I Approved-28th April, 1828. J and in the mean time, the construction M'Carty, in a temperate, well written,

be measured by matter interval of ,this(that lil.ze is, opt type.m- of the State of Indiana, Provided -- II- -:: of a. National Road from aad judicious niessage to the Legislative

ertcd When hurled wtek M from. the first to the the assent of the Indians bo obtained "FL\ltlDJ\. Pensacola to St. ''Augustine tfoth Council of the Territory,. boldly

.' last insertion every ) each insertion will be char to the running and! marking ...... these objects have been successfully resists the pretensions of Georgia,
ed at a new adt'f'ft1sel .-Amounts toradwtifiiu ,! that portion the meridian line which In the North American Rtvinv for April accomplished, aqd may be considered I! which extend to the most valuablurpart
? pavahlc always on demand.iLT may lie within the lands not ceded to last, we find an article ent 'led FLORIDA. the grounHivpfk of tha : of Middle Fbrida .
will be made will which present
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we too tar
Liberal contract. regret u* to
to.e wto wiiti to whertiw by the year., I the United States.Apptoved28th. entire. It consists of a Ueview of 1.copy A Territorial organization ; had it betm I I "\Ve are informed .by Mr. WiI-- .

\ll Communications adclrcisea to \\ : April, 182S. View of West florida, by Jaw LX.; \V rL- otherwise, the probability is, that tho I||I liains,, that! on taking po'ssessida.. pfi

.T_ IILLtL HUNT' Editor, will be promptly : [PUBLIC-No. 20.] LIAMS. With a Map. Philadc'phU. IHZ]. western part would, Jit/fore this,, have I i I Florida J fur the UiliteJ State, Crcnc- .
2. Lttttn of the lion J.1.. \V lIJT. [ ral Jackson divided
been annexed add( the trie into
.tlcl.JeLl tu. Alabama province
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-= -- act to provide for the sale of the lur.ds, 3. AiituxrtofDiviv 2. MACOMB Eiiq., eastern to Guori '. .1 two parts, by the Suwany riv: t'wbkb-

izr :ofthp United States.AUTHORITY. I conveyed to the United States, in certain wish an accompanying letter of GeneralLATAYKTTC. "From the Preface to >lr. ,vii-I was intended to conform as nearly UP
__ case, and for other purposes ( passedthe tho
; to
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--T sixth day uf May, ei htttu liam book it appears to have been I
: BY following extract art- all which our E artiHdest -.ror.Ja. the.
I I part
hundred ttnd Memoir %
twentyfour.Be td to'
limits permit us to wkc4t this time. compo>> merely as a accompany ,
t which lies to the of
,Cr ,'H. it enacted ,by the Senate and a Map of Middle and West west the Suwany,
41 While this country was in tho now the two districts.cailedthe
i fluuse (Representatives of the Uni- Florida, the first which has appeared composes .
possession of the British, a period of II Middle and Weste/Uj tbl! capital
America -i/i
__ ted States of COngress since the execution of the public surveys. -
fourteen years, several interesting accounts of the. Territory, TaHabawee, ben:
assembled, That in all cases where The memoir, although modestin
of it were published, del rib* situated<< in the. first,, and Peosacolat;
lands have been, or shall hereafter be, its pretensions contains much va-
ing its prod tioll and general features our present naval depot m the gulf
"-I conveyed to, or for,the United Slates, luable matter ; !but as it does not pur-
with considerable near the extreme western
for forts, arsenals, dock yard< light accuracy. boundary
) to a complete geographicaland
The best known arts tlidse of Roberts port of the latter. The two districts forma
houses, or any like purpose, or in statistical work, subjects
and Romans ; bu: :hc interior being many tract of country about two hundred
of debt due the United
payment of interest are left Uiitouehed. 1 tis,
tB"lC-Nu. 1". ; occupied by,numerous tribes jealous and seventy-six miles long, from eastto
[ ] States, which shall not be used, or necessary however very full on all the topics .
_ An act expiaiiutury of"an Act to grant a ,Jbr the purposes for which : and hostile Indians. it was impossible the of the west, and from forty to, ninety
_t certain quantity of Land to the State to obtain an accurate knowledge of it. necessary to Delineation miles from north to south ; contain. ,
they were purchased; or other authorized natural features of the aud
of Qliiu, fur the purpose of making a Bar country,
lawful tram, who ventured into the country ing sixteen: thousand and five hundred
it shall be for
_ road fioiii.CoIurulitis to Saudusky. purposes, the author appears to possess! a respectable -
Senate thc United while under.dominion of Spain square liiilns' and ten .millions, five _
_ Be it enacted by the and the President of States to with two important
House of Rcijrcsentativcs of the United cause the same to be sold, for the best has written a very interesting work, branches pccraaintancp; mineralogy, and hundwd and sixty thousand acres, of
but highly colored, and chiefly vaiua- land, which .is about one third of the
States of America, in Congress price to be obtained, & to convey the botany. Tht> Stork is evidently the
ayjcntbled That in lieu of the lands I the ble for its botany. The survey of whole surface of the Terrritory ; and
same tu purchaser by grant or production of a plain, candid man,
the otherwise. the coast under the direction t>f the possessing a population\ of eight or
appropriated by act approved on who seems to be under no influence
the third March,one thousand eight &:c. 2. And be it further enacted British Government, executed by calculated to deceive himself, or to nine thousand soufs: ; rapidly increaxOn -
re.sident" LTiiitedStates i Gauh is entitled to praise ; his chart ing. ,
I hiindrednnd twenty seven, there shall That the P the olh.efs fur he has : '
:is still used and is remarkable for its impose upon ..given the subject of climate tho
_ be granted to the State of Ohiu, for be authorized to procure the assent many facts, and hazarded but few _
the purposes designated in the said of the Legislature of any State, accuracy. Florida was consideredby opinions: tf the faults of mere composition work, before u*.contains some good
sections of land be within which ofi ind Government important possession rumar !.. West Florida,\from its
act has
_ forty-nine to any purchase > f be passed over in .
____ located in the Delaware Land Dis- been made for the ereciion of forts, not only on account of its position instance by a reviewer,i ougiit to be proximity.. to the gulf, enjoys t e sea

trict, in the following manner, to wit: magazines arsenals, dock yards, and in the gull' which among other iu favor of a work like the present, i breeze, which The contributes, to health '

*:very alternate: section, through which other needful brfjldin s, without such advantages, i: was supposed,1; would which i in point of utility is .botoru eve i and comfort. pine woods,espepecially
the road may run, aud the section consent having been o'btain'ed! ; and enable its subjects to carry ou a forced I the whereitia: hilly, are perfect
trade #iih !but also 11. pr vlous,. publication 0:1 ,same I ly h'eahhV at all seasons but the ..
New.Spain vt
on !
also i
next adjoiuiii" thereto, on the west, to obtain exclusive legislationover subject. Still, i ii is to be regretted, :
account outs adaptation to cinity of ponds, marshes. audriver
so far HS the said suctions remain uu- any such tract as. is provided for many va-I that it had not been I %
-I some pans ol previously .
sold aud if of the said in the luable productions of southern cli- alluvions, is subject, to all the varie
_ any part sections sixteenth clause of the eighth j subjected{ to the operation of
shall have been disposed of, thena section of the first article of the constitution mates, its timber and naval stores, 1 hie. ties pf bilious,afiectipns.,.,heightenedby '
quantity equal thereto, shall be Selected I ; aud that he bt< authorized to and the Indian trade. Some valuable a friendly the warmtri' : of the climate.; :All

I under the direction oldie Commissionerof procure the like conswiit cfud exclu.-ive information, relative to this country "Mr. WHJia'nfr begins his Memo'irwith countries, while: covered with their

____ the General Land Office, legislatian as to all future purchases uf! is contained in die work of Major a very brief' ," much too brief, an natural[ forests, may_ be eOD..idt: edheat'thy

_ from the vacant lands in the sections land for either ofthos pLJrposes.. 1 1I Stoddard gentleman of considerable : account of the !boundaries Florid'a.For excepting where, frpm peculiar

adjoining on the wcs those appro Sec. J. Alld be it further.enacted, literary merit, who lost his life duringthe the last quarter of a contury; his circumstances, vegetable putrefaction
1.: alcJ. I i That the resiJcct of tl-e United i late war, in consequence of,the has been a fruitful subjoct of coateiltioii is, hasieued iu ao extraordiua-

A. STEVENSON, States,' in all cases where lands have bursting of a shell at the seige of Fort aiui: seems likely to be revived ry degree. j : '

L Speaker of the House ofRepresentative been conveyed for the United Statesto Meigs.VV'c. in a .iieWad. unexpected manner. be-, "1'he.write, -. nex( devotes several

in jividualsvor! officers. be. authored '.. I II are prompted by no feeling of tweer. the United States' and the :State. I pages to the bays and inlets along thg

J. C. CALHOUN, to. obtuidfrora the person. oY per- natioual vanity, wlieu we assert, that of Georgia. correspondence I coast. .The' 'P Perdido. ,which.... .is 'the
; Vice President of the United States, sons to whom the conveyance has m'orc has been done towards obtaining between our Government and that of fust. in.order, from" west. to' casts' ;

and President of' the Senate.. been made, a releaso of their fdtereats an accurate knowledge of Florida Spain, on the ,subject of. the western. ,i about thirty miles in length1and, OQ

Approved-17th April, 1828.. to the United States.. during thv few years that it has beenin I boundary, .,occupies' a large space in an average, two i in width ; but,' froni

JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. Approved-2Sth April 1823. our possession, than; during the our diplomatic history and althoughthe the shallowness, :, of the water, on. i ita
, whole period which elapsed from itlitst matter was finally closed by the bar, it i ii of little importance,' excep
[PUBLIC-No. 18.] FPuBLic -No. 21.] discovery/: late treaty,'yet the question was never h'g as thu means by which, at some ,
j.Q act toexteud the time allow'a for the re- An act authorizing: the Legislative Councilof I
I demptioa of laud, bold iWUiiect taxes, incrta.n Florida t. meet in October instead of "After taking possession: in 1821, expressly determined ; so_ that some future day, the Bay of Pensac.ola.nra/ '
cats.r I I December ; and repealing the proviso m one of the first aiiuasuics of President serious questions arising out of it, in- .united. wih.tlwt| of Mobile.l 11)8 '
I;, it enacted by the Senate andHouse the lath section of the' act entitled An Monroe, in relation to Florida, was relation to land titles: ,' may at some Bay; ..of,; Pensacpid: is-. decidedly: tfcp
of Representatives of ifie United act to amend an Act for the establishment the removal of the Jndians from the future day be referred to th'e.cour. s: I finest in the Gulf of Mexico, and as a

States of Aftaicdt in Co gre3 : Florida of, and Teriitorial. lot other Government'' in valuable lands: which they occupied.This A labored argument in favor of thu naval station and ,.rendezvous; wag"
purposes ; approved '
assembled That the time allowed for March the third, one tuuusaiid task was successfully performed ri1it of the tluifed; States, is found worth to us Half the price p ,d'fOJ,

the redemption of lands which have eight hundred aud twenty-three. by. Governor Duval, and two gentlemen under the title of*The Florida Ques- 'Florida.1.The least quantity! of water

been, or may besold, for the nOn payment Be it enacted b'ythe Senate and I Colonel Cradsdon'a'ud Mr. Se- iTo'u stated, by II. M. jJrackenridge,' ; ,.ever found on, ihe bari, is twenty

of taxes under the several acts, house of Representatives of the Uni- gui, who were associated with him. ill: Mr. Walsh's Register,' for iS ill( Pie (Cot. six 'uchu.s, which is usually

pass d on the second of August, one ted. State:' of America in Confess Their present number is supposed to The author is at .present ono of iUt. ,. iu the winter, alter a. continuance ofnprtherly

_ thousand eight hundred and thirteen assembled. That the Legislative: exceed two thousand iou!:/, scattered Judges of the! Territory, and tlie writer I .,.'winds, Frigates,. of. .the.
the;ninth day of January, one thousand Council of the Territory of Florida,' in. little villages or hamlets. A tract' of the letter in the Appendix io_' largest size,: dan enter, without dii&cul

: eight hundred and fifteen; and shall bcin its next session ou the second of land has been ttsiigried. them near Mr. Williams", boOk, Thejiorthernboundary t1"' aell'by means of Jighters,.there jf'
; the! fifth day of March, one thousand Monday in October !instead uf the centre'of the peninsula,' in't11 was settled by the treaty* Of vc'rj little doubts"that ships of the.

* eight hundred and sixteen, for laying December and annually thereafter on rear Tampa Bay,', where a.suongmilitary 1 79'i, at the thirty-first; degree of I fine.might be brought! i'j., The en4. :

and collecting a direct tax within the I:I the' same ddY in the biiitT I lomli of force,has been established: ; north latitud ,) to the. Cliatahoirtchy,' I trance is easily Refunded,.and the

United States, so far as the same have I October. I but _it ii been. fouifd necessary to thence down that river t<<(iia ji nctiO'u! sheet of watwr within, whicht, free:

been the purchased for, or on behalf ofI, I Sec. 2. And be further enacted, I I supply:.these unfortunate people with with the FlInt.'and thence; in a straight, f o shoals., is wide and spacious. It:

United States, be revived, and be That the proviso in the sixth sectiouof I provisions i : for several years, as they ,line to' tliis head" of the Si. Clary's has beuu for two years past our nayal

extended for the further term of three I the act entitled An act to amend declare the country hich they inhabit I river.: ,The wWter'y part'of the line depot for the West India S\a1qn;"extensive -.;,

yeai.f the, from and after the expiration 4 An act for the establishment t of a I is loo'puor to'raise. corn." This, : was actually ruu'and marked by Mr. : works are about to be ,cop_.

i present session of Congress : I I Territorial Government in Florida & how<<:ver.'lJi3 well.be doubted,' as an 'Ellicot. ; but it, was imuructicabia. to structed, and it must sooa become,.
also, That on such re I for other purposes ;" approved March! attempt was made: by lrr.Vhite, complete} the survey, in consequence: ,pjace of !l11porta Ce. The k.shores I

demption of interest shall be paid at the the thirdone thousand eight hundred& 1 j last summer,* under the,direction of I of the hostility of the powerful tribes aropnd the buy are not flat and up.,

rain twenty per centum ou the taxes I twenty-three, be,and the same i is here the President, to induce them to remove i vi the eastern part,of thu Hue.. Mr. form/ but in many placea ;elevated. ,

aforesaid, Mud on the additiuns of 1 by repealed ; Provided, That nothing beyona'the Mississippi, which, : llicot contented' Himself with seeking presenting, particularly above* thetowusituations

ivemy per centum, chargeable thereon herein contained shall !be construed as however, they absolutely declined.! : out the head: of the St.. Mary's beautifully! picture qo*.'

; .aid the right redemption shall approving any act or acts heretofore I The removal Qf the Seminoles, from : river,' and there erecting a mound, St. Au rew's, bay which has already

wiure of, the as well to the bjrs and assignees passed by the Legislative Council of a country peculiarly adapted to their which exists to this day, and drawing been mentioned. was,, until Iatelyr

; of land so purchased, on beHalf 1 1ongmal the Trriory of Florida. mode ot life, abounding in game and an i imaginary line oil the map, between I but little kuown ; it .has at..least eighteen -
I the United: States, as to the Sec. 3. And be further enacted, fish, and possessing a 'ruitful'wil, is a this point aud the Junction of I feet of.waler, .on its.hr. ia.ut

purchasers] thereof. i t That .it shall be the duty of the Governor I circumstance which cannot be viewed the Flint and Cbatclh ui bY'Vith.* of access, lia* 'good &chore.'i4

Appnh'cJSth April, 1823. ana Legislative Council, at tHe by tbe philanthropist without,' pain.It 111 the last twelve: mouths, the. President -:i is,' perfectfy ihetirow! !!' '

[PUBLIC-:-No 19.] next session of said Council, to divide can be jutiifiilohno other ground I 'and' dIe. Governor of .Georgiarespectively I wind. 1 t..divides joto.t'wo. ajmjoifwhich'extend ,

1 An(a::t.lMndi'Jg ju ; the lignjg of ten*" Land O"f- said Territory into thirteen election i than that .of the via' uuger: probably appointed i Cofmnissioners : la. into tb0 cooujry;
AJ'U: ludiuaia. {oru\be_ _lJurpolM districts, in such manner as to five to'! the same.argumaut whkh. justified : to mark'the boundary,." which'was The rich setdenieiUs; of* Clipo.a ;.

i lIUUSt of cnucua Representatives by the Stnatt and each the same number of qualified I the Seminolca a tcntury before: ,' in supposed to'be determined by these d several, counties. -. otiabanaa.iflgive .

ted tats America of the Unit ., electors an nearly as convenientlymay disposessiug And rirfucing'to slavery I two points,'the one:fixed by the treaty an iaipuba to the trade oi'tucliestab'lishments

- asstmbkd, That in Congress be, and to secure to each district I th. unfortunate people' by whom it itself the qtlier, established by the : as oiaybe1ed bee; .

State of Indiana all the: lands' in the au equal representation ; aud die said! *&3) then uccllp etJ.* lo the mind of I Commissioner of die United States :'tr have by this timep'robabiy ltnieflfected. '

title is xtillguished! to which which the Indian Governor and Council shaU hare;I tkt *t*! maqt tfce Measure was justified : I and,acquiesced i by Spain. Jlqt itappears ." St.:Joseph. I V; bay.; lies-'far*

t1t line dividing the, first lies east 0 power, from time to time, to alter aud bj its necessity ; far without it, that after the! hay! was'near. ': .iher' w Hie p.a ,.b tH..w properly -
range east T the sucund regulate the several districts in such tberejwas no'possibility of unitingthe.eastern lj.Half completed/ 'GttUrga ominiksiouer a cove farmed ,by the gnl$ uJt' re* :

ussftdna; : uni; second principal. manner as the j increasing'pdpuliiloa'of I. and western;parts of the TerIntor I was CtU64| by. Govorabr :'ceives'no rem'! water riyer... .Tbte '
BOrtU .
of tbe 1e.u the Terruory may require,* 1 :.uodef uno G f n meli1; / The j j I.Troup,:who had' doteruuucU &bt to :'CDtfai1ctis', tit leksf sixf, ...-'.nales' '-... d '. or _ _

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the creator pat-A thiOccililitMi < spice being Lie one, ihouuh ttnsucccsMal, and by wpcan emigrants, n ml consequently I: t1m' wlrefl he cmo to the fi rrhe- I goinf down of the same, aye, anil ttttl :
into the boat that the stars them elv.shall
same wink
the usffill.Ir.. Macomb late: : cot was car- with
rm&lle The tho most 0-
: appellationof
by a groirn'i. I nome-ms deserving fact-will" respect lowAile .rying over his cow, and the fellow :,vcrwatchinjr, (as the p't sap,) but thOr
of water, at its entrance, has visionary Humboldt lmsiggest- nil important convince
II lie who stole'her. As it was natural that I Lt
, brail variously\ represented jour author I cd the prHcYicnbftity of cutting through feWer in MidJle says waf: I talk in Greek, flebrew, or Sanscrit, tbat'I ,
slates it at thirty feet, ntH I such I: the Isthmus of Darien vhut, it would i\icycan\ ana do endure the. heat :'lu should have his thoughts very much i I there i is any more legitimate school uf L

to have been the general i! nut. fiillmc.. if. n. board. of en iFt'Ccrs. ti1c-smdn thrir agricultural! operations, upon cows, he soon began to look at ph itolagy: than the &f tire theatre nflife_
% until examination I I'however ablc should- it impracticable -,. without experiencing the least; ;!lCnnI this one with great attention. She here, chiefly it i is,. that language fornts t
opinion, a special .
) and coin. _
aJ I venience it. This is owing to was, indeed, very mvtk Jikc his cow a currency a
therefore from
I WHS ordered last summer when it :,: ) that he vas How would; a professor of helled I
tvas found to have but eighteen feet, !j I visionary projector. .These remarks 1 the elevation of the land, and to {ihe ; lie thought. Jler marks agreed woh- the Honourable. Kverett foreTampIe lettrti,.

4 to the creat disappointment of many, I I aretnade justice to Mr. White, as contiguity of the gulf, and consequentd t < rfully, and she had exactly the we hope he will not take offence at beiij*

t trho had begun to speculate' on tho : the first to suggest a project ot great ly the influence of the sea breeze ;isamc expression of face, but then the thus distinctly named-it is tone in honor _______

& removal of the naval depot from Pen- j National benefit, but which, it is ru- the two great staples of the country, j I j: expression of her tail was so very diiI to his pre-eminence unfortunate pre. _
'f the Sea Island rotft retit. It must bo that ttrc eminence we grant, but still a pre-ernt.
within the he observes are supposed
: s icola. The .AppMachiceh bay, at 'inured, has not been found I nenc -he understood in one of hit _
I ofanv reasonable of tOil and the carco, both of which new own.:r of the cow felt rather unI clas ____
tho entrance of the fine river of that i roach sum money sugar si cal flights at a congregation of edert .
name, said to be one of the best for i I Ito accomplish.- It is understood, ; have succeeded, and of course will I comfortable during this examination, in the Imp market, or among the boardof 2 .

t steam-boat navigation in tho smith' fs I! however, that their report on the : succeed. In addition rto these, he for he soon saw that this was the person I II managers of a hob-nail factory, or the .

t"pC, foriw-d by the islands of St -Vincent i,i f second plan suggested in rtie letters : mentions indigo, rice, nnd all the various I whose property he had stolen! .and ,. operatives in a powder mill lie wou1Jfin !
l them with botheration and
.1:2..; and St. George ; but is wi ; will be favor- States. He thinks die Swiss colony take hold of the tail which he looked company some more
t. to tltuTull sweep of thu easterly) with him, decidedly I j ern comprehensible society. And yet be, it
T!1 \'inds. The entrance affords little able. In importance, it is inferior b might soon-derive a profit from #t ,-continually.. Upon the whole will be said, i in one of the refiners-.one of ___ _
I __
1 : more than twelve fret of wa: rr, while I l orily ro tho first.f C allude to the the culture
v.:. vessels drawing more titan eight feel' I!I I continued inland; navigation for steam there are eight or ten different species in some way, .' possible, and that give it a stamp and a value'-.just at

l i ore compelled to lie. a long way off boats, by connecting canals, from thc I natives oldie woods, where they I therefore! steps up to him and says, M r. Patterson, the Master of the Mint ia (
who has held
, -from the mouth of the rivr. The 1 1 jl I Mississippi to the St. Mary's. If a' hear an abundance of grapes The 11 neighbor that is a fino cow ol'miiie ; fice Phil\lelphia-an.l for twenty )ears or u p wards-that\ of. tb

t immense marshes, for nearly a bundled :I canal J sufficient size for the passage woods are trUed with wild crape wont'ou bnj her 1 1 you seem to know I of the old salutary republican principle;i.t of

miles up thisrivor} must always of steam boats could be made, it I vines, which require only the skill el"i: whatgoo"d cow is." Oh, clear : rotation in office-a principle, we may

render any settlement near its mouth would almost compensate for'sku'fail- ,the vine dres er. Thy Frenchblr.e fl4.t1I,1' says the other, I've just had I add, observed with the utmost vigilance

'11! peculiarly unhealltry. Tfre Appa- ure of the thorough cut ,; and\ it is I rape, it seems, Jias in many instances 1 a cow stolen from me.-" Well," by the old planters of Virjjinia,-yes, the

':. lachy bay is next spoken of; but it is highly probable thptt if the pubtic at- } been enyrafted on the wild Tines, says the thief, U I'm sorry to hear old planters worthy Virginia of the best 1*, those days of stern Greece republicans

d. & more indentation of the coztwleicb t ntiol1hd not been so much awakened -'1 and has borne the second year, and L I That they've got to stealing cattle, but or Rome who have stood by the constitu

: receives the Ocklocknej' and St. 1 by tho prospect- of accomplishing } :,- '1 ti the third abundantly. This i is a very I HI sn off: and you could not better tionkits legitimate interpretation,through

;.i Mark's rivers. Fifteen feet of water l this last, the practicability of a important fact, as it goes to prove- repl'ace your loss than by buying this I good report,and through evil report,from

/ ntay be carried into St. Mark's, but steam boat canal -would never have I t that, by taking advantage of th 'nu- cow ; I'll"iilrrant she's as good as i thed. )'* of Mr Jeff rs'm until the present '

the river is so much obstructed by' been ascertained. I' mcrous stools er reots, vineyard I yours T' ** \V by" says the J crsey- : time just" as Mr. Patterson we say Of

: i.: oyster banks, that not more than seT I "The Answers c'f Mr. Maremb I might be rendered productive in half, I manII, she was exactly like this one, were with a s clumsy ying, image tamps of dimes the and bird dollars of the

.n or eight foot can be carried up to appear to have been elicited by a perhaps-one l lI third l, of the time requisite only that she had no tail to speak of, sun on vile side, and a picture of what it .

: : the Fort, which is notwithstanding the : number of Tvcll directed queries froman I farther Tierth. A population, and if this one had not such a long intended to be the Coddess of liberty,

: cntrepnt to the rich country of Tallahassee. : intelii' ent CILs/'fl' of UC'OtSwit! '1 therefore, acquainted with the culture : tail I'd swear it was my co'.v." E ver> but a huugfing portrait nevertheless, 9,1 : .

' ; ." zerland, and transmitted through (ieuoral I of the vine, and the manufacture : body now began to look at the cow's tie otliT ; or, as they mark sovereigns_

the this. iut-e Lafayette. It appears from of wine, of beth of which' our popula tail, but the thief stood nearer to i it the name of the newfangled guinea-*
"Upon whole volume i though we like the old guinea best..in
is rreditaWe to its Author, and the answers of Mr. Macomb to these I tion in general i is entirely ignorant, than any body, and taking hold of i it truth we like all! old things, whether old

j well deserves a place i in our libraries. qucrins, that ho is a practical planter .1: would be u valuable acq isition.' Mr. : so as just to cover tho splicing with coais, old books, old friends, old -segxrs of ;

1.t We have only to add, that it is much residing i ill the neighborhood of the I Mactwito; states that l the olive and I his i left hand, and with a j.ick-knife; in ,old wine better than new one J-just u ';

ifj : to be desired, that Mr. Williams fine tract of Jmd! vctc cl I to the General I the oranoe.. have been cultivated in his nglit, pointing to the tail, he said, ; .hey mark sovereign* in England with the. )
: and selected adjoining 1 other '* if (141( cow's tail this broad bust of the Ilintj; but it i is to be con.
: should persist in the intention, announced by CoKjjrcjss, lflrSO-tIi. Territory with .suc i so S were only fe.-sed tint george Vtii looks rather

i i in his Prnfnco, of giving the. the city of Tallahassee. Mr'Maocmli I cess, and that the few orange trees:Ion l ?, you'd swear she was yours ?" : personable than the rt'at German twrather:more l.

Public: a similar account of East Florid.i has given some interesting about Tallahassee I om three to four : That I would," says thQ other, who: I Flemish head ( nation but ".

'1 f I II; particulars ; but we fear somewhat I years: did, have never suffered the i began tc be very much confused at Flemish as to style) George Illd-though .,

t i*t' "The Appendix contains a number colored by a warm fancy. We can- I SIifhtst injury from frost. The white I the perfect resemblance to hi3 cow'l I t his father was a much honester roan-i

'e I i.t.: interesting documents, principallythe not be brought to l hYlipve that llse,.' i mulberry bus oeen; siccessfully introduced I except ir. this one particular, .; blunt man to much be sure honester-not so well bred per. :
= ha but
: blessings of this life arc so nneqllIy! I the I thief wiii4 a sudden cut of his knife ps a man-and a man
;lt letters of :Ir.rhite, the present ; purple mulberry is a native : : of more sanse. The urornt head, however,
; and so partially di pcnSHIlJ1ong the I of the forests took off the tail, just about an inch
1f.'i;! Delegate of the Territory, on various ar very abundant.Mr. I that we have overseen on a com is tint
4 :;';: rubjects interest to his constituents I dwellers on different portions of the I Macomb says that 'fruit trees above the splicing, and throwing I it ( Carolus IVth cf Spain, ;and the best, )

t: nnd serving to throw Ji&.ht on the .: earth, as, by the perusal of this pipvr : I from Prince's feota"ic gRrdu, New ovoiboard; bloody as it was, turned I I that Napoleon Huonaparte.pakintrof .

/t W: character, and resources of thn
,;, .,t try. We have perused these documents cannot li 'lp tliinkiui; that the ."Jv u- I ly pearln'S, neclarir.os, and apricots.; your cow !" The bewilderment ofj1 f I' tempte.I-but we otter forbear few.in spite of thattemptationto

,'I t' ..!;: ;: with: much satisfaction, and approve j: tapes; of the Tallal isiee district art f Tho phnn. cherry, mulberry, (Hive, I lie poor m:in was flow complete, but i| words for the purpose a of rIi a abllsiJlg very few the .>?
:;! : somewhat cxapjjerated ; and that the I and as lie had seen the tail cut off and I i i
I highly of this mode of bringing : I orange, upplt grow wild.Tn f.ici: world as to his actual character; a cha'J
: i V subjects directly before the Departmcut !i jcoiinterpart I of the picture lias noli I I I [ never knew a coteitry( wh :r the) a\v the Mood! strickling from it, he: I acter even at this late day but imperfectly ;"" :'

';\f. .:,; which is ultimately to act i I| hern shown tic at a1. That! it d esj ; i forests abound with a irreateiv.irietv; ; ; could flf course, lay no claim -o the known, & not only imperfectly, but incorrectly ',.

4r;:, on them. Mr. White possesses a I J j possess a counterpart r/c c'umot I II of in-JigUolis fr uit.' r.f w cIJfbrai ;I I II animal from the shortness of her tail ; ., which known, in despite of the volume
book makerbook
, :. highly liberal and enlightened mind],, I I doubt ; otherwise it would be a F 'tr.idiM. I I botanist, Miehaox: speaks; 'of a -vihiolive U IkCd1 here was proof positive that! the modern mania for scribbling sellers a mania(after ....

. Dud has ever manifested himself .. It is true-. the answcis are ji- t I found in F l'rila, it k i believed] (ilLs' was not his cow, so the thief going worse in itself and in its consequences to ,

'ft.1t". active, zealous, and efficient representative j,! Unit Cl} to the' questions( proposed: and I I the only par. "f America' where it j is I l over with him, sold the cow with the mind-we speak it gravely, and with ,, 0,

i t: *. He I I has; in fac!. alreadv I ilo not pro'o to give H full acceuut J I krv?'VB, unless in till) adjUihhihIgp4)FtlOIl I Is out any further fear oldetectiori.lYkilalclplzia the strictest regard to our words and .. : '

.l ': laid lie ground-work almost! of thf1 country, setting forth whit i i. J of the southern "Iat'-. But its.fruit Chronicle. with a feeling both of sorrow and angel :::.A:
Ii .I... I 0r. 1 badis; well as what is o ll. Now, small!, and bitter. ud 1-. ----- --- --- -- .- -than the spotted leprosy of Egypt to ,';-.
.,.., : important measure calculated I I to 111-1 J I of no value.lerhap the body) have accumulated' upon it; an'l ;
.,t. t. sure the present and future pro>perir"r jud ini from a preseiument of a i ralldjury j i > i it mif t furnish niLlahll'i ; icWvcc1LA. another of which. as we learn from the

of the Territory 'hich he rppietonts. ( of Tallahassee, which bus; gon I' i i stocks; to engraft or. The cq-ph spoken --. newspapers, is about to be added to the ;i;
fz.,1; In procuring the passage; of the preemption the roumls of the iinw&der.s, Wfo ]: of, wo presume. ii i the crab apple i 1 catalogue. The newspapers he sure: ;-.

iJt.: : law, which met with serious '|hofd! mo pronounce a very hiIJ.J I I I .t r Is t:,Mieta1y!: U'.tersioiit.'( that the I I ; and we wish tn be understood on t'lfa :
head, to be well understood, and to have .
i1'. opposition in Congress, he rendered 1 1; opinion of the state of society ami 1 i t i chard apple} and the iMiden' cherrv the reporter to open their ears to whatwe ,', ;.,

1 a signal; service to his mristitiKMiU, niatmcrs i in that part of tIDe wcrM. If i; Ire not .MJ'jcSfuv: CJiltiv( ittd so far:; I i I, 8 ay-are spurious sources of informaltion *.
I *
many of whom, hll.Ilc fiiled, would* may be a [ Paradise but its inhabitants! : :5: >oiiiii-(1 *i IM IKv"iu )t rilt1gi'ol c'n o i iae !: I and we are greatly mottititd that we ,'!j

; have been driven from tlcir: iioine.( I :I ire, not An oK. Ii may bo said, tlmjnch J i : rtHlJtiOIH',1 h" i'lr'-' \\ fli.IH: iI i have been guilty of the IJp311 of quoting ., it

1 or have fallen victim merciless: J, a .t.lt! of tilings is, ;miK'Mt to \:: the sour, aivl-.vh.it: is ciJod!! th'is'.cet. bitter II I them as authority on any point whatever; .I f'
I but with all their f faults with all .
I new co'inuifThis! J IS doubtlessj I 1 :. TH! their degradation .<;;
; speculators. The proposition introduced j j r.e JUH only a few of the from Ihe Norfolk Herald. cannot
. get along
r .;,. by I him last winter, respecting i I j: trim, nn.S! how many other thiii s are |i tict 5tlled; ly l\lr. H.icomb, in 'K'is .V.V h.vr. nevfi seen the pure, genuine' peeping at them now and then reir.- .,

rci: the propagation of the-live oak, has':; 'J I IlInis incident tn new! countries, \ Ohi.:h are i iI i i piit }p.hlptvliich! COI:'.il I1S much \,::\U- "!lInt of piety han am in! devotion mur ftelinglJ is no living with them or without-them." ', '
I I'I turtrtcd the
, i: : been considered highly deserving oi;I 1I1c( or anr.OVll1Ol'S' t' ounprautsfrom : I,I able inform:ttiun for ontijrrant. m-t following Hues : Hut to return "If we I huoe fault it 13

,r .1t..h public; attention. From a recentsurToy ,I oJ! COlll1trt" .- 'f t TIP! ifant\i iI \ kni! some allowance fur what, to u;;, Secret Devotion. IFmrn I digression") says Lord Byron in Don -e' /7
It.Ii' state of settloiiUMits is like the I love to slrnl awhile} Juan-we forget the stanza, and < ,
I infint a'vny are '
Florida tinker! the direction i apfiirfc} ; somuwhnt sorry
';1;, f ofj t : overcharged.
even" C'linherin for it, as we the .
: : cure, are sure
::":''' the Secretary of the Navy, for the i j, state of life world, a scii\igc or barb.irons ; ]) 1 Jarilla is uiitloiibu-d'y a most Ai'il: sp"'1,1: l tfichoiu- 'I.U1Ig day no more idea of poetry reporters than coach wholave j
t! t,: purpose ascertaining; the quantity ot! stale ; n-jt indeed literally) sobut ;j f insportaut! acquisifion; le these I Tnitod In humble, grateful!, prayer.I horse, will make some mistake:-and so :1
: : this timber valuable j in a crater or less Jcjjrcc. New ,,_' I i I SUUrs in *:& in I of
I. for we
; ship building }- j a military and political, I ]])\. in solitude! to lied ,: y apology our vacillations now* ;f/,
: { :;; it has wen discovered}, that this i I J I tlonict5 are umloubietSlv, most plea- :i!> no.'ua commercial and agricwitnnd I, The }pouitciitinl tear, I! Lord Byron is another character but little ..,

: is much kss than has been supposed. J Jsant to those: who arc accustomed I to ;; viinvVc; should' always have been An i nil hi* promises wpiuad' known to m' nki'nd. Hoks have been ,:.
't : them who from i Where none but God tu hear, written about him too ; but such books! :
or loi-ij absence froi
fJ It,4 Extensive plantations of live oak, I I IlltheO(1cL ;! uneasy with, this C'1lJntrj in tho hands' what human being having '

f 1( which is said to be. of rapid growth;, : r-r.ttl-mcnts, have i forgotten !) of a foreign power. Tribes of lilt I love to think on mrrcif pift: to sanity, beI hi Heathen, Ui any dfu"r pretension Turk, j
t huve been ordered I the comfoits and conveniences Vrhich: .; diannoi And future jjood implore! ,
_1: by the tuvcnitT4cnt t tinder our coutrol ; the And all si hs and can place any reliance upon them? They
to bo made tho' they there cnjoyrd. No one, who! mouths ot" my sorrows cast are compiled bv such aVel.e and
in most suitable' sonic important rivurs in albrcign On him whom I adore.! satalites
-- places. This kind of forecast is bas not had the experience of a newcountry j 1 'Territory ; the ccminunication spunares during his lifetime: and whe

1k highly commendable. A private I I is aware of the habits: : the I on tlw line of ijra-coast I !love hy filth to take a view want now to draw profit even froit the -
j interrupt-
hrijjhter J-TIIIIPH in ashes in his tomb. Leigh Hunt has
i heaven
English gentleman I conveniences, Inch lie must bn pn 13-! I i ed between thc southern ; aug.mented
Evcyn State Surh
a century j ;inJpol'1 piospertai.ft my strength renew, these offerings to the morbid amiravenous
ago, formed those plantations of j pared to give up, when he thinks I j 1 tant harbors on the gulf in the hands While! here by tempest driYl'u. I appetite of a calumnious world; _!

IdI oak, which now supply the British proper to emigrate ; others .indeed 1 ; of those who might be enemies Leigh Hunt the radical and an infidel .
or at Thus
t, : : t navy. But Mr. White is chiy! in- I may be found in their stead, but they ( least favor those who were ;-these: May when:its departing tife'I.toiltlome rav, day is o'er, the fawning sycophant: of theb.ird-thouglv 3t'

J ,r t debted for the reputation he has ao- I 1 are such at; to be most pleasing to ; and many other considerations Be cairn us the improivp houl\ happily not his rlt'ttd-th bard, t-ith *ll '. .(1

':,p'fl.' fillred, to his well written utters ellI I one of thc cast of mind of ColonclBoon : the acquisition of Florida.' urgedto The: I And- lead to endless day. I t liia .lack". watt.. of not.. the-n hgh iln....-fo".t virtue.-. called".,.. '_ _discre,9 ._ _Oa- .'
,t1! '- "
I lU
::r the subject of Florida can Is, and his \\liv loved the solitude of.the sovereignty was well worth the five --- that relationship, and when addressed pwrmn by;

r i I Zealous efforts ir: Congress to carry forest, the freedom from society andits 1 millions paid for it, especially the MISCELLANY.York _. hunt"in the fcmiliar title of \\Iy dear Ifv-
: his -plans into execution. restraints, and who preferred a residence -- -JP'"rJ:7 ron, complimented; the
H Mainly inconsequence amount was employed in relieving t/lt' ., man with the
: to, of his exertions aided 'fort)' miles from any place.'* I our own citizens and article in e-.u Sate.vzezz.The retort of "impudentarJeC'-.fe has writ

',.i tp E r:N by the efficient co-operation of Mr. I I However rapid the increase of population I- I ) which! contributed, creating to tho a more capital \Vhite Lies, in order another to be consistent colu'1ln11*n ten st.tfli-d:i hook it with about! lies his--though"tler Byron" and

,kt: :: p Webster, a sum of money, sufficientto !I and the improvements of a new rapid devclopemeut of the resources inconsistency, and thereby to cnrresp n I not !nve the impudence to even caf he them will

:: ;ti: : cover the expense, was appropriated -: country may be, many years mustelapse I of our own country. All that can be I i L with its heading, 'vas necrss'.rily mad white lies-under pretence of a philoo-
+k- and of the : before it can possess the comforts 'I added i to tiuth and error'mixed up in ontO I phic c&tulour Hllt.as
; a corps most skilful to Florida may be considered I mass ; and the reader will we have cit!, ti> : .
ami, advantages of old] be so good as return-or, if
*; ;" : engineers proceeded last spring on an one. as so much clear gain, by increasing tt> place only the true we cannot thread our cay .
,ffl: f .i; this important duty. Their surveys :I Of these we are not fully sensible until [I- thtt wealth, commerce, and resourcesof count.White. parts to our ac hack whence, to cut the web and reach at once to .-,)
we sat '
Jt: have been cumpleted, but the result we find the want of them ; and as I I the nation ; and we think it decidedly Lies -.?n ,jwy in the esteemed The phrase "good out. sort F .

)i.: .: has not yet been made known to the to the delights of the former( one half:. the policy of the Government mode ufJtthn llu1Zd& fJh. but jint tjfiite toajriiere then applies: to those beings) '-people ';
ff ;: Public. When the of them exist only in the II1I 1giamtion.Ve / ai-e hundredand thousand-. plenty as :
; practicability of (to givo paving: stoneb-who are witl.oul ,
every its
encouragement to in u single .
this world!
\ have of the class jj
t, I:, a-ship channel, across the.northern no desire to throw discouragements I I speedy population and improvement." "irood sort of ) commonly called eminent virtue or. to tell the truth-*e :

.: .part of the peninsula, was in the way of those who =-2::: :__-, _- dicted. we grieve people to say, it mvetenitely, to \vtiat ad wish to be scrupulousl veracioiH, partio
----z- are uLirlyon this
; ; ed by Mr. White, it ftrstsuggcstI'tffl.t. think they can better their condition % -ry politely, and no do'ubt at topic-without any virtue _1S1
very prettily, I all-and
; 4I b by emigration, but to warn them \ lJSNO. termed "white lies." are chiefly knuwrt for their
t ., sensation in our commercial itics, against But we wish it un II htiriiil"-sness-iiat i is
expectations which must lead -r'------ __ _. derstood tiat! this subject, tri. their exemption ,
t .g t. where the dangers: and delays of the.it"jt. to T lIJg" as it from gross :rirnes.
Tluiy shock!
; 4;' present navigation round the disappointment."Mr. li\ The Stump-tailed Cow-AAnecdote. JCJ'scV fRay at first seem to many i i* of fundamental their neighbors by outrage never'indecom.n ,'J J

; 1 cape: Ma comb .-A good many years'ag"o and, momentous evil' to the great -they are tm> civil for
.( ; and among the Bahamas, were known prefers a Swiss colony fabric of human society. VVe tliat-tn y are so
i t i to their sorrow. The importanco of to any other.V fo think it highly ; a fiin stole a cow from Morrisluwn, urged with one word, however must before be in prudent as to be vicious only in detail .*,
N, J. they commit
drove her
:t such a in. of, probable, from the steady and to i'iiiladelpliia \e: roctCIa'l to the peccudilloeA by the groce fit
pa&nge, every point persevering species ciI biped thus
never do
for _.___
C'l 143. Slip___ Mf'ftO_ O. to".nn'n. chiracferized ; more evil in the
new, was so obvious, that many expressed character of that Veopl<;that ----- '0 U "'HUVU'uw by the phrase "j 1ood sortolpeople"tt than many a man in the aggregate
they would be enough, except that she hud lost till"har phrase of such public pit-
it their that most likely to significance but
as opinion, if the prosper. soiisj >:t. complacent stouts, coasidfr
and of
t whole peninsula could be swept away The French have too much imagination tail but about ix laches. The have become unfailing application, m toI I tUeinselve* quite Mj* I
a component
they will thief, fearing that by .the shortness of 'part'of the and-\vh.it ii not a little .
ii11t convulsion ; paint a thousand woiulertul--
by some of nature, we thingsin her ttngliih i idiom-not that it i"n to be foundmold
tail he so considered
should be vastly the gainers by it. the distant perspective,' which will might.be traced, had procured Cirnucer, that "vrell of English undejRteU. ,I rate piece ot mischief by otliew in, h.'cUlse no spa-
not be realized in some tvay, probably. from ," he: luu which they have.
as been
The idea of a thorough cut had something on a near approach _; most aptly denpnimfteS been concerned, has been
magnificent in it. Its practica- they will become impatient of delay, a slaughter bouie,.another cow's tail, ; nor in. Shalcspeare, nor Ben 10 start the .--leepin bells of rt'1UOCh.1J1 tht coivsciences.
which lie fastened Johnson,. no. ,nor eten .
and with so ingeniously ,Crabbe* .
disgusted Synonymes
itt': bility, orrather impracticability, could unexpected obsta- an erudite They cuunot sw>UC\' a. ca'uet
Ljr, not be ascertained without a previous cles. The Swiss and thc'Germans the short tail,, that .it.was not to be erudite by the bye n t -no.hl. % bump i* too big aud rouxfj. for,
r.r orkyet altogethet in '
I examination. If practicable, the have uniformly been found the most there.known that it had not re$ula y grown as indeed every attempt to reduce perfect language -, I gnatsenou tlieir small pipes to make; but yet iljeja'waJlo'

ik contented and of the Eu- l mlo-mere wir .\Vork : i\p tei.dojfcn_ camel, 2
benefits which might flow from it persevering must inevita even if
were a* lI.ar.e.a. ot"Hepre
-- As soon as the Jersey man missed I bly J>i ove--but % phrase in I ." .the Hall. .
were beyoud calculation ; and if its ills and originating >ventatives, n eijajj rJi ajul aU.ntl! -
This waa of cow, he set (ffffor/Philadclpliiai current aiming the maken of language
execution part Colonel Boen's description as they are witUwUiitup for
exceeded su
pg our prpseot.ca. of a tract of land in Kentucky, thinking she. would probably be namely, the great mass of the peo- the mot w.it.h.cut. they are
carried patt talent
I'' pacity, tho suggestion was itill a a. : pic. Docters and -except i.vSMJ
eteid by him in the Virginia Lad Office. there (or sale, and it happened I : preach from the rhetoricians may far:( a sly cu'\ning may be regardedas
riling of the
lun ti. the
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COMHowever they may xlifftr in f fne Proposal a'lurled to in thi: trncl ,Ile to b. ready 'ty the 1st bf April, and M O'rICE.
'r iiS" ('T1t (! of crIrawl
between 'u-uven :an 1 .arth. politic, these llwy agree do nol make their is proposed to publish in this City) which ny more vessels were wanted infantry aE: Subscriber having been.pointed

There ii i:.' 1'".jr r c"ratl'I"IN caricature, I manv or men !" was enclosed by the Postmn er of P"iisa- w'ere collecting at Toulon.--fdcai. JL Collector of Taxes for the City of Pen-

in this t :Turr. These people, like true bread. lmv ungrateful cola to the Postmaster General, in order to During the reading of the minutes in the sacola, informs the Public that there will

m,mpn ilies: have scanned in all htiol satisfy others that lie was correct in charging Session of the Chamber of Deputies on the be a discount of five per cent on all pay-

tude t"'! the beginning of time. They' lP l1 C J letter postage on them., I *i5th March, k great number Of the dcpu- men tB wade previous to the first day of

found we bluOi to say it. E'n 1in the !l ties crowded round Gen. Lnfayett, to con- June next. JACOB KICKETTS.PemacoU. .
are --
K.ch.m'ndrd' atmosphere ot Virgitm-thit: The .fmaronrA.-,W* have received the I j r gratuUte him on the perfect rr-iUbluh- ) 23th M.), 1828-11-it. .

hvt hnjie of u'd school rentihty, ,.,frt-- first number of Tnt AMAB&XTM on MAJjoxic |f meat of his health. The chamixn was en- I -

..-.Mifhnr5rr.ic''Pc The reader will I .AMLAND, aniunthly pamphlet pub.lished i I gwgcd in hearing and discussing the projects PROPOSALSFor .

rind SOTIC curi' 'is 'flr.rtS of them in (illH's 'I at Boston Ma '., the Prns-pectus of! of a law lor the annual revision of publishing in the City of Mobile oa

that t\ er fresh and true mirror of human which is on the last page of this electoral lists and Juries. Genet Lafayette I lNDHPElinEN'l" 'wSP..fPE1t
ptper'l was sworn and took his seat. .Idem.
nature. .ITV' also in the British K" ay- It con-i"ts of thirty-two octavo I TO BE XMT1TX.1CD TUX

hits. :.u.l, th Hish Inst not It-ait-indeed! I handsomely printed and embellished with :I JTeirerriay'forenoon, (says the New York i BO'rn Obser'Ver.I .
'f the Near York Masonic Gizelteof inst.) the work of
tni! "hut not )U-ns' i. a b'n phrase very an Engraving
t:.l phrase, that i is according to the rules II all. Its contents are interesting ail instructive the U. S. ship Hudson, of 64 guns, at I>V D. WADDElt, Sf CO.

of tho-e prec.sc gentlemen tlu; rhetoriCian and we think the work bids fair our Navy Yaid) was commenced and com Custom ha* rendered it necessary forRditon.

?, for thr-! quire that the ,fa't a'-.ouhl I to be a valuable acqnaition to all who wrih pleted. Commodore Chauncey and trnp 'her., thry throw themselves on

be the be;t--in _Anastasnis. houk of infinite to acquaint themselves tfith the beautiesand rest of tie HOArd of I.inminersveie: prf'.1! the Community. patronage- to state the

power ;n. i perspicacity, notwithstanding i I advantages of the Masonic Institution I I sent, and between Hue's and four hundort.'cilI i I rintifet by which they will be gowned

that it w:." written by an > Pill(ir. MAY UUih, I82b.Ytritf I'he price is l low (only .'g per year,-payable men were employed, and performed the opcration -|'! in the discharge of their duties. We arc
'j I in a manly ttyle, to he entire satisfaction of the Jfjferton School and
liaUtrrer, a maker of mat re!'es and a in AnVASCB) and we recommend it to I Republicans ,
TtfileonpiUows\ -atiatle, by the way as I!I Sans })tHr. the attention of the Public in general and I of the1 Commodore and the other are opposed to the latuudjaarian constmction -
I' j attending offi 1"rs. It will be recollected the Constitution of the United
is (
congenial' to letters as so'iie of the professions : to the Fraternity particularly. It Nther. I.
I Lciislntirt Ciluncil--Ou the first page that this ,splendid ship 11built for the States. asxtimd- the Administration. -
: misniur.ed learned professionslearned derogatory to the Fraternity that the Ma1 I as by present
unly in jargon but un-lcarned in taste I' of tins paper, we publish the law of .the sonic Mirror with mare than two thousand :j Greeks, and subsequently purchased by We deny the power cit Cohgres

and subjects of taste-and there are other United States, alennc the time of holding /uifrcn? on ih list, was discontinued t tori.I f'nrernnient. She i., now undergoing repairs to carry on Internal Improvement in any
the Sessions of the L. t.t tslaturc of our Teiritorj preparatory to her first cruizft on the of the but
of I States without their consent
in which portmits sire given want of PAIIM i ub! ciibers. The AMAUANTH -
places Coast
those "good ort of people" too numerous I and fur other- purposes. i is published by the proprietors ot :I of of Brazil.HIM ship It will is be supposed olFeied the to Commodore command i, in: making this frank avowal of our sentiment

recollection. and that Masons : *, we do not wish it to be understood
for immediate t. .:itcc .nrntYe umlcrstand thai aholltll the late Mirror, \ e 11 U5t Patterson, who i is expected home
Alter this expression of our sentiments UuiulreJ ami Twenty Dollar, in Pena- will retreive the credit of the Order, byan i I from The Mediterranean about the lit of that WE are opposed to the rr1nJfr.t"

it meJ hardly be added, that we would cnl.1) Corporation ticketu, were committed to the ample and more frr -'ta7ltial patronage I June, lathe frigate Constitution. Internal. Improvements, but to the Aanner

not support such men for any office, either rl.unts on luudiy last.Aoliitm'itts. -il this work. Tire hrat nu-iiber may be i in which they are carried on.

of houor or crotument-that is to s-iy: I seen at the office of the Pensacola' Gazette "NKW OHLKAVS, May 22nd. As natives Virginia and adopted citi,

if we knew them, for there are ?ome .o .-HORACE L. HIGLEV E.'j. In where subscriptions will be received -, The Supeme Court \" decision zens of Aabao! >awe are proud that we canconscieiAlously
the most tr:1.l I ho TrpaMiicr, and J \coli Ku:KKTrs> -:(. to be yesterday. in the afialr of the corporation ;
deceive pen tended doctrines
: and support
an at to.
cunning the olleiaor of Taxes, for the City of i'cnsacoia. duty of the city, agxinst the Sheriff. The in both States and common
ine ohsenation..m contrirywr wOlll,11 j I as Southrons we will

prefer sorre of the,most daring men that I The Tallahassee! Mail- which arrived on tJ'Archimedes is received and shall ap. court city have council decided the that right: the of law givingthe of I strenuously advocate the interests of the
hive the quiet of the! \y"-rid. I judging bouth as far
ever .startled Tuesday last brought no Paper from th i eligibility members returned, was those
should the whole
At anv rate we prefer a good ----- -- -- Union which shall bou
Ci it\, -- --- ---- -
unconstitutional : that the article of the
horseman, Cieofirey Oombado, for example The last mail from Mobile contained no eOXGR S0. 1L. Code of 1'roredure of paramount consider-hon
I interdicting' courts
or I'urdv.t.i'tc'.oriuusndvr ufEc1ip e. COllllUcrcialllt'gi-lt'r. respect to the great politicalquebtioii );
--- -- -- :
"- ;;"; : 1 justice from deciuiig upon the validityof
we should prefer,a hearty pugi. I uiucii now agitates the Union
hrt.Toin Crib fu: instce ; or that fine A number of the Nashville Whig; 6ml IN SENATE.Twvuj I' elect ioiu. IK U'MI unconstitutional: tlat..I we have no hesitation in avowing ottr sentiments -,
Sheriff is bound
! >,ii-cr (f the fancy, 1'ierce F gan, the banner received Wednesday last, con- /, 6th .} y 1828. to enquire into the I in favor of the people's candidate.

choicest spirit of the age-whoke talent talus an article on the irregularity with The following resolution submitted! j legality of a'i order of court addressed to I Ceu. ANDREW JACKSON_..who baa

!jn certain descriptions, leaves no doubt which papers arc received by mail in Mint yesterday by Mr. Johmton, of Louisiana, lum, and is responsible for &xecuilingillegal I done mon for the southwestern States
order! tInt
the mandamus ordering
of his Miccess as a Secretary: of State. Hut City. ; papers from Nashville are also subject was rorsiilered! and agreed to : than any other man now living whom

* to go further! we should choose u hmal- 10 delay-the Banners ol Apt 2iMh, Kesolvtil, That the CommiUee on "Com : the city couiK.il I to admit %lr. Harpern 1 firmness, decision, and sound

do JZiiiaJdini.a Conr-d. or even a Cap: May 2nd, mul May 6th were all received merce be irstructfd t', $."jiiirc into the J Ji r-kr bis ?'at. and the writ ofdis'ringas, I together win, hi., ardent patriotism judgment, cmiI *
tain Kulando, to any ot tlinse snrne COKe I ug'dher on the Sth inst. i expediency making an appropriation to were illf.a'. and that the Sheriff""A'a* nently quality him to preside over tho

jruigcozeniig. "good sort of ;).uJ1lc.*' Uo- I deenei* the channel and improve the 111V. guilty of trep;3a ;in eiecuting he latter I destini!, ot this great .Republic. ,
I 'S l..aw.-'Ve have oft'en heard of between St. Johns river in Florida wr; ..- .1'glls. I In
laiido was brave in lrllat1" though engaged I J L.oVllC igxtion! ; A comii.iinii.v ui" Freemen the Prei
t : in an outlaw's catis, his bravery idividnals te'nif brought to Justice and and St. Marys harbor in ticoria.Mr. !;l/vltleiufit at it Duel --T.') mem''crs of has a powerful I i t1uence-hence the great

was no less admirable on that account punishment by a Certain luminary j'roro_s, I Dt'rrirl1t from the Joint Committee Pie Pennsylvania Legislature recently; responsibility ol the conductors of* public

and when subsequently converted into anal commonly Known by the appellation of on the subject made a further report me to decide an jtftuir: of honour, when Journ.il. As such it shall be our unceasing

u:11.11 lie spurned: the meanness of his Lynch Law ; and although we have, with a statement of the unfiniahedbusiness one of the seconds fajn.'efl. The princi. endeavors to merit the patronage of-

office, and Bed :gair to hi* comrades in thought that, even when true Justice was necessary to be acU-d on, that all the legislative pals upon this snook hands and returned an enlightened Comm nih'Ve
the mountains-ev'en a- the young Indian, dUIH-thcreu ', it was rather! dang-erons .eencour.tg ::I business before 'he Senate marI to the tavern '"hick they had left, bearing aware of the arduous undertaking iu

brought un in c'aihSatiop, but sick of it, ( and countenance" ihn illef.ilrnofle I be acted oti by the time recoinmenMril tie inanimate body of tiuir sensitive which we .re about to embark but
I ; hope
(' resumed his blanket with yellow stripgs, of procedure have ,seen yet when it productive juditiotislyexecuted of fur adiournmeiit. I triend. Such is the statement in the Del by industry and perseverance to succeed

and wtns-ed back to the doiert. We benefit. we Hut ne\tr until recently House of Representatives.SMunlav aware Advertiser.It ;' Ji* t'jIJllhe pQtcer of mortal, to comtHund -
would ;ulno.it hol.l-fccd villain very \\A efficient
"a a to
: : piefet assuredly
very way succtst
have we heard of an Oilker knon-n to thc 3rd .\/.!/ Iv28.Mr. ;
," us Pierre save think it i is- Otway settle a du rl.-'vV*. k'. Jfora. Courier. Hut "W 'il d- more-dese-Jeit"
law and sworn to preserve the peace iliepwllv I Tucker, from the Joint tunlnuHeFI
and not lIor: c' that uses the ph1'C1:5e- commit breach I Mr. John Swindells, farmer, of Wood- \\ ih this brief outline of our
directing: another to a I appointed to consider and report Whit business I principle,
though we red ()way aohttlchavingb t of1ie' peace, Wy publicly iuulilcuingpanhhiiint ; (:puival t is necessary to be acted on at the i ford, in this county, whone death? at the this Prospectus is respectfully submittedto

a poor opinion nun (difFering therein I on an individual for ;tutor alled ed present session ; and to lix and rccoiii- age of 86, ii recorded; in our obituary f of the Public, for their patronage;

from ')ine c!t l'nHd critics) that we cannot sup| osed CI imc, unified and uncoiiilfuuied. mend the day on which the President o: tins week ,'oU the fathar of seventeen It is contemplated that thfe first numberot

: be usitive-w would prefer a boldfaced On Monday last, a negro was publicly the Senate and Speaker of the llunse of children, the grandfather of two Hundred I the Observer will appear on the first

man. sucn as Cesar lloriji, aye, do I and severely whipped in our ('. mtHouse Representatives sh!ial! adjourn the present the great grutldJather: of one huncired.and day of Octooer next; or !sooner if the materials -

not start, Cesar Horgia, for the head of ourgovtrnrpent I yard by the City Confiabllami, 1., session of Congress n t.lhH.! further report the great great grandfather of t welt c 'I (for which one of the proprietors.

for trial place: about whichthtreisnovV : the cot;.se of the fay, the same |>". wn receJTfnl ill part accompanied h/ a h,t ot" the Jlacclenjield Ccitrier. I who is professionally printer; will start
such a struggle going on a .leecnd ilagi-liation in the .Market to the rfoith fa a few days) can be
busine winch the Cottnr.ittee recommend I -
| The ironroof of die Brunswick
throughout this laiulthan one of those lIulI (. inflicted, ns we understand, by thl-I I be acted I to this City in time.CONDITIONS..
ssanie good sort of people-even tJioiiijhht same Oflicer. \Ve may be under a ( to upon. Tlic report was t Theatre} London, fell from its eleva-
read and laid the table.! I
on .
should be a dialectician, a rlu-tor'ci .n, on thi sobjfct. or misinformed as to the I ted position to the cellar on the tithof
1 uesde.v 6.'A. TfcK
It\ e, or a quondam professor of belles let- .I facts-if no, wc thall be glad to he corrected 11'r it I for the City will be
Mr. Tucker notice In.- should! February. Fortunately was not
gave tint printed on an imperial sheet with
tru to bUtJl lIuru-can't one spell apple -Iu'e understand that the person ihu I I new
free Oil to-n,"rrow :uovc the House to take u.;> in the nigh, when an all iehre was and handsome type, three times week
pyr. \\'t h..u' us.ng- letters I. "'c UN punished was a Negro, formerly a I a ;
the IllJrn bo..k? The only: tolerable rhetorician .Spanish Soldier, of very bad character, and the report of the joint CoiantiVtet on the assembled i, but in the day. Notwithstanding j during eight months; and cnce a week

:)h.it: we remember to have read who is said l lately to have committed a subject of adjournment.Air. it was only at tlie J pciiud of for four months, at eight dollars per an

of;IH ccTiuectC'.l r.'ith politics, is l\1.ichia theft and to have attempted highway robbery WtitTt nioyed to postpone the orders rehearsal num. to be due un the delivery of the first
"of lnVcfay in order ike I 170 J persons were present. I number.
to tlic-
; and we have not heard that lie hail up
'l and he hud mails
\( ; enough to p\lIi. bill to the Private lmd Claims : Ten I lifeless bodies had bet-n dug from I 'lie
ate the' scholastic bias if his mind. Let .i beeu tiled or condeinued 01 that the punishmenl relating Observer for the Country will bt

the world say what it pleases, we like old i inflicted on him (hottevn iuie lied) in Florida but the motion aid not pre 1 the ruins, and it was rework1!, at noon f published weekly, and contain all thenews

ritk-aucl we like him by n: means the was the consequence of any legIt Cl1re1\CC. vail. f Ion the 1st of March! that he rctla.n I ol the City papers and new advertisements -
Hut, we are informed lhat the Mayor has I -- -. 1 on sheet of the
Jess, because the v.ortd'hl1tts i.i.u s>oTTiucli of 30 or 40 human beings were still ; a game M the
ordered! the Constable to him whneref
whip WASHINGTON May 7. I City paper at five dollars per annum
he maxe his iu I'ensucol-t I amidst tlio ruhbi h. Tim adjoining pay
appearance able in advance. _
lint we fer v.r.e getting tedir.u We A our candid and letl'-etinjj fellowriititi'S .. 'I Mr. Tucker of Somli Carolina; i I II building wern injured, and two persons Advertisements inserted
at the
1'Jii'i howerer, is our last speech and we whether it is not a dangerous precedent I gave notice yesterday of his iiitontion j I were killed in a shop, and two pricei usual

trgto he tuleratcd-promising tu becomes to countenance such a procedure, to move the House to-day to take! up I wounded i II a public houe.i 0 _

: brief as possible: even In regard R poor. friciull! -!s, Negro, the report ot'tlio select committee i i .
however criminal and vile: .' If out Magistrate /// Pr'fli'r.-T Haleigh Register notices P1OSXICTVS ,
\/ -
nd of ]
Tiiesc 'V ) sort people" ar not fixing the (dav of adjournment. It i is .
& Officers siio permitted to jndfje as wottny of its highest commendation
u'thout: for their whitt iicswe
:i precedent \* idn
i without trial & to punish without! following understood i th.it the Senate will aLa the circumstance of a gentleman
believe: "white) lies" arc the subject of
our mu't.s-for, like all others disposedto i the forms of the law1\e shall lCHlllueat tie: .! take tip lie same report tii.s! : morning. having been one of subscribers for Independent Newspaper,

jn out of the right way-!liki* a certain mercy of every pen]. ) : uiieiI I depot,u t.o Vv'e tiiink it probable that; the subject : twenty-eiylit years, without )luving been TO liE PUULISHKD IN
clothed with little brief authxiiiy.We :
maybe in arrears for more than six months at
tlut shall! bo. nameles which I will !be actod in anyOi'
eminent on
I simultaneously SAVANNAH
th.itt betterera
confess that we .had hf ped time. We have it iu WH' GEORGIA.
i to reco.d -
is sweeping on in the priiL: uf unlimited both Houses.-Journal. i
was dawning upon us: ; we had seen an a still more eXUvoidinury circumstance Which snail be open to Politic,, Literary
'strnction-tliev set up "prece t"f\t. enlightened k intelligent (itnnd Jury setting The House of KcpreseniHi've: .vertcrdavfixed I i 01 a sunilnr; character. There nrvul and Con,# :rcat JntciKfence, Uomtstic ahd
"We believe th.vt when the! mind: is in-
; once i their faces against proceeding* .
t :t upon doing wrong, it \vlll always contrive I one under consideration; we hud seen them, jonrniiUMit, by n iiiujoiify 01' }.!-l to 04. The have been .Mibscriburs ut the Cit} Gazette :I devoted to PHI.NCIPI.KS, and not men.
to fti.d :i para'.lt:! to its and indict and to I I
purpc.e.e very properly we think bring S"i ati* lid nut il" on the 1 e'uiti:ion to-d.iv." :ior h'fii and who believe TO BE LNTZTLDSavannai
i I years upwards, .ve THE
in ,lick 'If. belter will take .
*iih Lucifer I
up punishment a Justice of the Peace wlio :.ad but mid it on tlio tith.! prot-nl\! until (hat li.ivc been
him! elt-but he thai a: ,t may, they arbitrarily and without trulchaxiUcd a In-c bjiiy 3liill have disposed of the Tarill*. .i never m arrears; and who, Mercury.COSAM .
Uirin trie term of our
think they have a precedent for wlulelyitj. : Negro j and we did not suppose that wohould a j ft tit/'t. t I :
m .May
!have scarcely given Us the triable uf handing EMIR BAHTLETT-EDiToft.
The fair Imo whilst
r t.'n, traversing so soon holH' to re.cord an aet pre- Fronl the il1fi!i tilJI: in Cuup nnutee of .
in '\.ll ha- occasion in our bIH .- CJlurlc'ttcn City (iuzette.Kry 2BMS.-111t. Savannah
incoh s. from the :i>ely aiMgolo'i* eoinmSitcd: by another Diliecr. the n utile \ t'il'l fl.n there is g ood reasonto be Mercury'will

-ukv>anliu-s ol h-.i situation to tell sun In one instance a Justice of the Peace lioie rha'( the HII !-" ill| pas: the bill lor- 1ret.-The Baltinidre American of the business published every morning, during
': 4'j.torif," which she breathes strikes A Negro, at the he is insulted season, and three tim.a.i..
moment -
ry upoa the relief! the evolutionary otricers in the the JOth! hit crftiiams the futlo" lug extracts ----- -- --- -

within herself. : by him and Under the excitement of form in which it cuiiufi nn the! oonntc. !t from a le.tter dated at Key West, Hie ttd tilt. weekduring the balance of the year, on a

-"It'Ido !li'i pas.iIJ-t i he h indicted and fined beyond his i is not preteii'ffci trim th(. bill makes provision Since my laltf! the 1.11 ig Favorite, Clint.Swcetzcr I large Imperial Sheet with new Type and

A IK! do no harm by itVil I hl'p" t!1( gd ability to pay ; and even thru the sentence a I
\ jjurdou me"! was mitigated by his contrition % ;ieudineguilty. tho-e olliCcis. b'.it there is no ilernttive full Clll go of molasses, has been lost on the : .o .Arrangements will b.

A Hl this, say they, is jrood, thuritJfcr a In the othtr the Mayor orders the e.tcept to lake the bill ;u it i is, or to poatjione I reet. The Schooner United States and madto obtain: the latest Ship News, and
better : City Constable to whip ft Negro whenevei claims ill that another wrecker succeeded in saving about accurate Prico CurrKiit.Tor '
spirt if.an Inn.gen'i, never inh:>bid I the gall.uii i and to J.OIIKdis
: a tenement of cJn': We do not ilispule -. he sco.1 him in the City'h,1t! is the tJift tint and !inilertnilr( PI'I ilJt! A3 far a< itgoe. one hundred anti fitly hogshead., '* hid" the accommodation; of Country subscribers
feience J Surely, whatever it is. i* not in the hay;; been brought to this! place! AM udjudi- there will] be pi'ibMied
tin* remark?'.:e i is a lovely creation : *. relict gi'.C'1h v the bill i i. in the a weekly
vf the: mind, exceeded in perfections hv" favor 01 tht' laUer We wish distiiu-ily to most delicate form, by putting iu the shape cattd. Seventy ptr cent salvage was i paper, to br entitled the A IK;US. contaip.

none, !ave peihsps the delicate Ophelia": slate I hat we do not mean to impute intentional of pay for life. TIle bill bt'ing repined to t1ll"anied. and it was sold at auction.Lirerfiool lug all the original matter of the daily pa-

.. nwl tl.e eiuall>> delicate M.irina. Hut error to the Constable who whipped the fiousc without amendment! there is no March 20..-.The demand for pew of the '>eck, together with the Prices
% tJ.en what i\ the Negro-"'c duubt not that he \ a", improperly leasjn! to fear that it will be encumbered Current, Foreign and Domestic News all
our answer? She was one I Colt'i.i oath from the trade ami sj>.-tul.ttors, ,
ct the ""good sort of people' and so the adfist-'d and directed; by ode with additional uppropfiations, 50 a< to ha continued good throughout the v\eek new Advertisements, together with other

rtsembUiice, and conseqnentlv the I wlJUs"hitv it was to know better than him weitjh it down and destroy it, as was the I i and the pi ices of American and Brazil matter.inleresttngto country readers. The

: ccdent, failsV! 'e think, therefore, that pre. I I cur.Vt'Olnert'lv! 'L itt this article to call d-I case at the last session, II in probable that : have ht-vii (irmly supported The sales terms of which will be Four Dollars
our Ci'izens to calm and dispassionate the bill wIll be ordered to third per annum, or Three if in
Jtese white-liars are done and the n readilg'! amount to 17.01)0 ba js, inclndinjj .iPi) lTpUnds paid advance.
c.iuseofgo.AlnnraUows us up thanks; for I r liberation, on subject calculated to establish to-.lay, and that thus the journals of the I at .;.j to 7j : 33-X) Orleans, o,\ to "i f* Savannah, Ib'tt iMarch 1828.STIUTJKD. .
and to
i dangerous precedent
.0tli- Congress will record an act of gratitude -! Alabama and Mobile j
3 : at to
diligence with which we have arrived o 1 0'd
some of the best principles of law and jus .
at thiS c.r\ctusion. of thejustire or propriety of which it and 700 Sea 11.1111115.! OR STOLENtJiKOM
tice. A higher Judge has as much right
I has taken so many years to make the national The sales of Cotton to-day have leii
the Plantation of
F to older a man hung without tiial, as our the Subscriber '
fv.-fc lh' .\ -J. fork S'tP.'TW7. legislature give a practical recogni .
:'iXH bass Import! of the week. 1:227 hag.jii ;. .- : 'Scune!
has to order bfe whipped.We (sao ,
one to
.F ', ,.- l'lie following! an'mated cJa : Mayor tiuu.-Jdtm J 'I

pruiitnito the gentlemen of the Press i is i 1 iio A. Dark: BovAbout 11orsW ;
"VonroLK ( ra. 10th.
) May lJJB\W
from the peripatetic aiihflres, .Mrs. Ko\- have received from Messrs. W. D. A
ill!, They are under infinite obligations; \\f AUUILU k Co., H Prospectus of a Pap er, .:vLr.l'rornoliuns.Tfie.! following promotions eight years old, and

to ber good opinion. We copy the paragraph to be published by them in Mobile, which, I by in the the SciMte.Master U. S. .Navy, have been confirmed Port o? Ven. sac o\a. I matte fourteen and hIM\ high; black
tx\f the
from the in with the endorsed 0 except
Enquirer, who i is thai lad compliance request i Commandants, Wolcott Chaun- --- = --- fore lock .
'Ii exclusive it have iusertcd in another column. \'1 D. ; of his mane; be
) pubhaher : on i we i '_ .
fspntiIv liiniisie
t"P': P. .. .\ I. ami. .InVinj. .. tweenhis in
'- -- --- -' -- --- -- ears, which there
I "1'he la,t, though not the least, of I1 y Messrs. \\. D. W. & Co are probably'I [j. Nicholson, lo be.J Captains. i-4//i.-Schr. Splendid, Day, Mo hairs mixed. are white

I friends in Fredcricksbuirgh, is Mr. Sharpe, not aware that they have taxed all to whom Lieuts. L. Hossenu, G. >t. Slorer R.M I bile. CLEARED. I will give fceward ofTen

J the Editor. 1 have more than once observed they sent their Presptctus by mail, with Rose, 1>. Kenuon E. R.: Shubrick, F. H. I May, 24hSchr. Splendid, Day/ New the deliver of the Horse to Dollar(
in PcnsaCola
letter It is however, a fact and Yoik. Cargo, sundries by Master. roe -
that Editors postage- John H. Clack P. Voorhees
are the Gregory, ,
most or St. tfosa
feeling Schr. New Orle .. on Sound if he U,ta
Elizabeth ,
in the Postage is. correctly charged. "Ail Forsjlh l\' ;
nen and \Vm. be Master
our country -and B. Cooper, L. Gordon to ken in
se\cral! Florida
I T account* Hole most upon kinds of advert!foments printed or written, Commandant-BeacDn. Cargo l ).OOO bricUs. by J. Fors, th, and up ; or Twenty Italian if

equally true, the deserving ; and what is and all article sent by Mail, which,do not 300 hides by Flyer and Kopmau. taken out of the Territory. _.
_I to their deserts.wort rewarded, in proportion come within the description of a newspaper A Hnmbiirgh paper of 2lt March, re th.-Urg Lad irichmond, Hincklcj, It i is supposed that said Horse has been

: home An Editor is always magazine, pamphlet, or legislative ceivedby the trig Kenhl\wrt.t ISew York, -West. Indies. Haltart bv Ma '. stolen, and put on board a barge, which

IK is a alw. ; he is always in his office ; journal, are to be charged with letter post says "The RuSSian Government has advised Brig Scio, Donnell, PhilauYIphia.: Cargo left this port for Mobile, about six weeks

atttiuiou }g unengaged ; he iisrens; witit age." the English Minister at Petersburg! 21J bales of cotton, ItMXXJ feet plank, \ ago. "

; he hears with paticncv ; he is of the dctermioatio of their army-io pass 4000 piper staves, and a. quantity ofo'.d iron Randall .
",ct at i Since the written a letter Allis.
I q dtsceruing ; he is patient of foregoing was the Froth .forth wnb-, and that any interf by J; Jeniton Jr. and 3 packages by

______ 'n"lgi ; gratcfui for favors he exposes from the Post Muster General has been received ence .bv_ :Rn.lund_ nr_ rinv. ._ tther nowpr0 ,. Derby p'axciigers, S. P. Haines Pensaeok. .19th. .M-y. 1828-10-. 3r. :
.u- -- --- -----' n --- -- r- Capt. -
'i'* presumptuous, and advocates merit ; by the Post Master of this City, i would be confnicred tantamount. to a Dt< Haq., Mr. Jackson, of the Navy ; Mr. -

,, a. foe to vice ; a friend to virtue ; an eneopprcss'on. from, which we make the following extract; I duration of War".ldtm.- Haitwig and Lady, Mrs. Detrruil.e, and! NOTICE.ALL : '
my to ; "G11. POST Orric7th DEPARTMENT, 7 .
in frienJ of and the never fail- May, i828. J The Philadelphia Aurora pf MomTay Messrs. Janes and Lear of the Theatre: persons !havmt claim a .iirut the

at the oar' '.'Rht the and'*ji red. They toil "5iR,-The charge of postage on.propo- iertilng fIi3S, a letter?daf. d."M..rliiflet; "itllwo. :. .on deck, names unknown. of .Fai1'lcltCu Ltu iz (deceu"

instruct, and -mule day, to Improve I sals for publications, like that which you March I6fi, feteived by a highly respectable [(! is hereby given, that-Horace ed: requested to present' them to the

-4 L"Vrrvlh1in the mankind it.lt were have enclosed to me, is the tame as ou let- House in this city, sates thatall, the on- NOT Higley has been appointed City Subscriber and all persons indebted to
> world wo'd revert neither that bad and Jacob Ricketts Tax Col- said estate, are requested to make- infiAt*
barbr&sn lerg, They are newspapers nor employed vessels in port, oh that Treasurer, -
I CUT bh The wutcl-towera of pamphlets, the only articles on which the day be taken up *iy Government forthe lectorfor the City Pcnsacola. o tliate payment to IN. DE 'LA.RUA.

I and TuTL ll1ty "* the tile wia -u law maUt ut abatement 'oa letter post. COnveyanCe of troops, but whether ibr the Slay 29ib. 1ti3. JOlitf JER SON; E.2etut. '

tllaj t&. glory# of our .re.' 0 Morcft or .Algiers WM uncertain Thi ve-, o > v.: Mayor. ,. Pcnsacola 15th May, 1828-9if. _


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i'i "F"\3\\l..lC. I Convn itrl"Un nil9...epn'n.butn
\ r 1 Gazette and SUU5CR1BER respectfully informs AND '.
'% 11 nKriifcKEAS H&ttTIN t-rU ITO,wbti14rng r 'GIVliN, Wte. 91'hi flHtHbpr"' of'*ercoiDp1etet the ur VolUmeS, :1 ins"friends, tHat he will still Ladies9 Literary Gacg

wy-has* been convicU-il 'of an ,attempt [fill AT'on,the SiS/th daj of March 1828, .Wfiieh hive been pubU heJ under the supertAJenfcecriu draw Deeds, Mortgages. Dills (if Silc, .
tt to rob tbe United States' mail,broke the 'oU 'I levied an attachment on the real r present Editor, amWuriHjf iiwedSSutohiii tins Powers of Attorney, and other Instruments flhird Volume.)

1'Wi jaifuf iSertsucdla, on the night of Thursday and personal proprttyof Mr. Joseph Y whole periM only'teu hnmberj-Vit have'. \bjcn, Kona c- of Writing; in the 'must approved I! IT is thus prematurely we present our
tt i: t ,l5Ui; May, inst. t I do.hereby offer a Cruzal absent, al'the .uit of Mr. Ttomai 'kiWh'dgei absence Mh.tl.e nl'ef."i' ), & : ,ccntit.-. l forms, on the uiual terms; and solicits a before the r.uinerous patrons

-1' .4 Reward of Fifty Dollars, Witou bE Ualthftore.Ji wliicfc have dQftbde many brrhHpp. :reut III dw Kl Ul- j.!k continuance ot their Orders. I I I the Philadelphia Aluum, and the reading
Iw cannot but bOlito 'v. Haseli Hunt.I with
W-ilg 1r, ner htihs been conducteJ, I public generally, a Frosptctus of the
Ic for the re-apprchcnsion ana delivery of nty B. AUrsualofiheXVestcrii that'iKsmay ju.dy claim credit for hu jMjdji le)' 'fensacola', 26th' March, 1828. |I :'Id Volumevbich will commence on ta6th .
U. and I frr
i yiid and zeal in ft* ,management, > of June next. The liberal manner ii\ ?
Florida and -
of inexperienced
Di!rict c.1CUou. 1 OUHJJ
to UtI
iy MARTIN HUTTO fentaeola, Ikt April, 182U..3tf.SEASTOItES endeavors ,give he undertook the publication of a COMMEIiCiAL H O'l'E L. which the work has been hit bcrlo encoutw
thc letters of
distrust a* to In.abili aged, congratulation which
ourn'll with nuirli
ftUltO House, l lately) occupied by Mrfj'r.
: fo any UaiftUat or Jailor of the U. States.> &c. ties to dfccboHe the arduous aud responsible THIS we are daily: in the habit of receiving
l SmkI liUTTO is about six feet Vigh thttlelJ''hieh vTouId devolve on him, but with a Wuiuur, was peued ua from our numerous subscribers and above
Subscriber has just received per1itabetl1 determination industry 'aud ptinctorauc the 16th of February, by the Subscriber'; i
fttout built, dark complexion ; has mgej I firm by i alt the flattering of corameiwdatum
Orleans ma. the Ireneedtd, and who respectfully solicits a hare ortlle Pa-
from New ,- >, acquire experience
which have been
.Ai btdck whiskers, and a very bad nountenmicc. -I so generally and
I Raul fall hi* own t,1eHt5 be theyever of the Public. Aft, winch the lu-
king bis assortment of Sea Stvrc very to or upou trouage '
' "U is 'that he ha 'made\ publicly expressed in the editorial coluffmv ,
fcupp&sed 1 ued the
:sfij w feeble. He hag steadily 4>u" caKtiet afford shall be studiously provided,
t 't for Mobilr, an iittends to take shipping' complete : course which he thought correct, and, solely and attcutiod devoted to the quwl of our brother publishers, indues us
Macaroni, in baskets and weaknesses of every believe that the work has obtained
from .
Nu'rth.i errors
that pce for the responsible for the %
t: t comfort of those wku will favour the House
W. ilasell Hunt Vermicelli in boxes the Editorial department of the Gazette, he character boilt at home and abro..d.wJncl
! i:t cheese of 'praise be with a pieference.An I
small portion may sustained
hope Lat a if it is creditably will not di*>
Table, to
11 Past Jfasf,. of his excellent Billiard
Patte do. him for honeMecpce'8On
gra se awarded tu, au honor tiic reputation of American miscellaneous
jJt; : Post Office, Pensieola. .> Raisins, Prunes AlmondsCttampaigne opinions, and fur his earnest endeavors to advance I the) establishment, otxtopyinj a separate
and entitle
literature, it to
Wine the interests of the City and of the Territ Tiuilding will contribute toNirouiemehtwith a hir
16th May 1823 5djllutto
.!i lrIcrid Famil Flour W.V.\ I out interfering with the good order and I portion of that ruunificent patronage
: accompanied in liis escape Do do halfbbts.Sugar We have received tram the Community a* quiet of the House-, and piivate panics can I which ot late years has been so indiscriminately

t tt11: by Enoch Hoye, who has yesterday received Pork much enciiura Coffee Salt
had rilit tu expect -
existing we a
flrtY'Iuine lashes and stood in the, circquMtanced sittingroom.; ckarac cr. Since the commencementof
Mackerel, No.1, and No. 2* and individuals we are indebted
:':;4, Pillory two hours fur the crime of Burgary. Superior Goshen Butter fir their excI to many tioiw to serve usby increasing the There is on the premises, one of the best this'miscellany, two year ago, a nost

1'I,!:t; ] : ._ 10-3t, Best Cincinnati covered Hams circulation of our paper "and endeavoring. to Stables hi tit* place, where Horses, shaK be weekly publications professing similar!
promote interred of ohr c aIJI hnieiit. To str&tly attended. ends, and advocating similar principles,
.1 : Notice is hereby Given, Middling fiacon, &c. these, and tc all those who have really patronisedus. JOHN 'GARNIER. have started up in almost every town and

thL' GTplIAT at the next Terni of the han.iv4j Juliiis Pescay. we tender our grateful acknowledgements ; village in the Union. It is with satisfaction .
the I will the Pen cola 26th. JTeby 1828-.50- bat it ia useless to deceive ourselves and others IBMS' discern that the for
4* County Court, present' concealing the fact, that we need mure extended Board per Month, $ 25 we appetite! mis* ,
!.!J accounts and vouchers, 3p apply for nnd'f'f patronage uo'd the more pr'ompt paymen Day: Boarder, 20Diuirer cellaneous literature has' been whetted by .
settlement of the" Estate Thomas Com- of all Kvbfcritions.Vebave been anxiou.v 75 this circumstance the understanding (has
i' myiis senior deceived.'Thomas. that oar pa per thoHld be known, and ha\e, been enlightened, an'i the taste quickened -
Breakfast or Supper 37$ f
Coihmytw A VIEW OF WEST FLlP.IVJ, therefore,! been willing heretofore tu extend furies with u desire to peruse and possess
1 25
gfJ % fcduljoncc to who, with intentions reallyto per day '
UURACING Its Geography, Topography month 20 works of.thiicbaracter, and of merit, hiving
;i 4 Testamentary Executor.Pensacola E patroimte ITS, were not able cl'nvenicll.tly.t..ocumply ". per
10th 1828-9--6t. &c., with an Appendix, with the condition to pay fti aJvanct1 Fensacola.February 20th, 1828.-45 tf. for their ostensible and twofold ends,
: May
ir of its Land Titles. all that instruction and amu:enunt. The
. treating Antiquities, but it is now time for such to prove they exceedingly -
1 J and Canals. have not been imposing upon our accumodating Madeira Wines, Cordials: Sfc. cheap rate at which many of
NOT1'CE. TOGETHER WITH disposition; a* a mOde of proving it, we call these periodicals arc published and the "- ',
'; claims agalnt tie upon them to pay up all arrearage H, und at the RECEIVED per Schr. Orieana Irom variety oTtopics which are discussed .
g ALL persons haying A Sldtt of West Florida.. Mme time tojeudeuvor to increase the circulation! a amusing
;c, of XUsutt UoXrirty deceased Exhibiting si 4C"CliaTt of the Coast, a PUn of ot'our paper; and nut to allow our subscription 10 ca&es superidr Old London Particular iu their pages; has been productive
i are requested to present tire same to the the list U> be shortened' because we demand pay Madeira me. of that natural consequence', which

t5S; .Subscriber ; and all person* indebted to of iiieut for our past labors, and expect an .' ur- 10 if Old Port 'Wine. I we 'in particular, among our competitors .
f said estate are called on to make immediate City TcnsacoVa, aacv of future 'LIipor(. 10 II I for public approbation, have b&eulo '_, .
I; payment to JGHM IE LA RUA. and the Entrance of PenS ola Harbour. To our tueitiU in and about the City we '. Cherry brandy, Superior. largely blessed with-H wide and increas.ing .
i.I I 20;; Cordials first
!t&;; edge:'fur the idmiii'x; By Joii.v LEE \WILLIAM have always etidcavoreU to render our establishment quality aborted in I patronage. It i is ifue, the facilities .:;:!
% the
. 'y:, Pensasola, Way I5tli, 1328-9tf. Just received, for talc by useful, by the gratuitous expoWTe ca es 1 each. we enjuy in point of'loc.tlon. and thejiterary .
ol'our exchange papers to all who tell 10 ffVine Hitters. ,
t'! t W. Hasell Hunt. stamina inherent to the reflecting '"Y'#
inclined tu peruse them aud while we arc 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. i -'
r.r. in Cna.nbe Pen a oTa. 8th Jan. 1828. aware that by so doing we allowed them to 3 Barrels Cherry Bounce nature of our city ; has possessed us.ot* :

l ii; Jackson Superior Court : anticipate what was to appear in our cal 6 Half Bbls. Anniseec Peppermint many advantages of which our brethrenare
f F. 11. N IS E'li i depriv a. All these prope-ties of '
s.u.4! District Florida umns, we confess have been astonished and Cinnamon Cordials.
. Western of good fortune have increased
; in and
4't', leave to inform his Friends and and provoked when remarks to our disadvantage For Salt .
4 ; March Term 1828. BEGS abundance with the existence of
( ;J our pa
; have been tu .
Customers, that he has recommenced reported us, as CO"-.
' r,:; Thomas Hull, Complainant, "\ business ut his Old Stand, ilfg tram those who, without patroni/.iir us 'F. ft. Niibet.Pen per. The regular contributors to the

h-if'r. VS. -V I where he has for sale a very good assort in any wayhave taken advantage of the use .acola. i3ec. 20, 1527. work arehumcrous and good, aiui the occasional .

: ;j Romeo Lewis, Richard C.. inent ofFresh.8f of our papeis. Wc trust, however, that donations which are perpetually _
t pgr : Allen & Simeun Cook Del'ts. J tin number of these impolite gentlemen. DlSSOLUllON.THE flowing in upo'h Us from the generosity of 1'.

: :i., i It appearing to the Court, by the- i.J Seasonable Goods* but small, and that a large majority of partnership of FIXLAT & ROSH- literary std lJi ers, with those emanating

!':; ,;,' davit of Thomas Baltsell) Esq that Rich- deceived by the latest arrivals from New those who And our paper uninteresting, in consequence of tne death ot trom the ambitious aspiration of youthful .
!; ;'F.' and Allen, one of the Defendants in thIs York and Philadelphia. (rom the reason just mentioned, will C hsi-I Mr. James RuJitoriVfc dissolved all persons genius, keeps us constantly furnished .},
'1 :..!: cause, resides out of the District of the Territory 3,5$ ami 4 Point Blankets tier that it is our duty to make it interesting baviug claims i against th'e fate, firm, with a cffo>ce variety' of solid. and intei- ':,,:,.

::,!, in which the said Bill is filed ; it is 7-4 and 84 Striped Uutfield Blankets to our friends iu.the country,who have will'present them the subscriber for eating literature. Among" our 'corrcspondents ;" : .t.I}V"

' i ordered that the said Defendant appear 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney du not the same advantages from our estdhlishment -< tlement, and 'i1 1e persons indebted we can enumerate blograpra- ,' :

. "' SHd answer the sard Bill of the said C'.fl- 3 bales White & Drab Flushing as themselves. We are anxiousto wiil. come forward 'and make p'iyment, phers, essayists. novelists and poets, all ,' ;.

fr.j':. : plhinuiit, on or before the first day of 1hc flue and bl.tck imperial cloth ; blue accommodate and to please all, .as far a< as no indulgence can be given. anxious) win the meed clan ei.'ightencil; ,.

,t:; t i.. ; next Term of this Court, otherwise the and mixt cassimeres ; sati neUs, assort- in our power ; and in return u expect JAMES FINLAV.Pen public's approbation, and all, couipetinirin -

:;,t: : Coml.l&iuant'. Bill! shall be taken pro con- eJ ; super super and common fancy I its that all permanent who residents of of the courtesies City and : .aoof, 20th.-- Nov.. 1827.36tf the generous rivalry ol talent. If there
vicinity, partake our
! (esso.. 89t. : prinU; 7-8 and 4-4 Irish liners ; Irish is any department whicli lusjiot been
i pi'1: : .- I lawns dimities 6-4 will not neglect to contribute to the support Subscriber has-just received sustained with sufficientjutipnent
1 ; super fancy ging- of .I'lJ per it is that
our I'apcrPcniarola
; tf: \\1ut\\.ti"\\ lbt SixYu.E I ham; white, yellow, red and green flannels I March 14th, 1823.NOTICK. Forsjrth, from NewOrleaivs of the e itor. And even' here were we to
black and colored bombazetts. a very large assortment of Groce- credit the flatteries of Ctir '
'j Subset iber wishes to sell his right ; otempora.ri ;
i'::: of pre-emption to a plantation situated 'I', printed bomhazctts and Salisbury Han.neU i ries. He offers iu addition to his I leaner i, we might lu\e spared ourselves
: spool cotton assorted balls 'Stock :- this confes it.ll But whatever this
:: 'k' on Saint Mora's Sound, twenty live ; a cotton ; I may
;.;, miles from PculJ cula.; topethtr with a beaverleeuSj linen cambrics cambric THE Undersigned is authorized" by I II 'Clum.paigne.Wine, in Baskets of 1
tl'l Mock cuttle thereon, of about hdkts ; liarogehdtvfs; black ltali.ll crape I leg.ii representative o* Una. EJ- warranted superiordo. be bettered. We pTbCge it with the -
:. consisting flounced vira Zuleta,widow of 1);; Ant'o Miraya.fop- BrawOj of 1820.
robes do > confidence
,;: ", One Hundred Head. The Plantation ; gingham >pidcr nets, ofckpenenctincreasingyear .
:j; !j: consist* of one hundred and b'Xty acres patent threads, Ruv.su diapers, plain! and inerly of tins ciiv. and executrix,. uf the : Zinte Currants and aw.akeni"hvi&o r.. Depending we

l 1tf. of good *) about fifteen of which have fig rc
fceen cleared ,K.: hdkfjj., comp'y Hags, figured crape fur sale Prunes'cry fresh ; for the rep tutun. and consVquenlly the

I 'For terms, 'Sec., apply 10ilaudall :ebses ; white, Brown and mixed coLton One lot and house thereon, No. 281, Uiiains ,', \j c\"cubtion, f our journal), we snail be as

: -ilf hose ; white and mixed worsted ana Intciidcucia Street in this City. Almonds( ,t ., siduoiia to please that public, and render
All is.Pcnsacola.
',: ". l11mh'' woo! do ; fine linen hose, Iddici One tract containing 22 Caba1eraofland I Medoc'Clar of 1820 outselves nib: justly cntiiled to their

; l:: May 1st, 18>8.-7-tf. : white and black cotton do., lead, sate! sitvutcd betwixt bayou Te.\.ir, and j Tuscaluosa Rye W hid key benefactions.. -,Thc tone (ofour sentiments

'' and black worblcd do. plain and camblct the Bin ui Fcnsacoia.: The nature of the Goilien Butter will always take the colour of our judgment -

.":d.',,:, NOTICE. cltJ.1ks. fnraiture check, bed-ticking, &u.perfmecottoi groua(1 \*> said to be of the best kind lor Ici. 'CheeSe .. ". and sihcenty and justice lull be

persons interested in the Estate vhirtin oil cloths, -black, ma61ut".actul'; bricks, and the proximityas Beef in i bbl for family use the only: moderators on. tfie strictures of

. .. ALL THOMAS BOTLES, deceased, are bombazines, fancy belt ribbons, black and well as easy menus of conveyance, With an'additional supply of Dry 'GoOijsHard that judgment. All that can serve tn in.

hereby notified that the Undersigned, I white satin ami inantuado.,5.4Irjsh shirt.mg.ij4 must make the, property very tifuablc.V ware, Glass ware & Queens ware ; struct ,and to amuse, all tat' is calculated

Clerk of the County Court, will ex-offido d.imask, brown linens;super black \ ; Hascll Hunt. Sold Low fur Caih. bi&Vr to cMiighten; understanding, or

administer on said Estate -ursutLnt.to. and white, plaid uiul stripeil, tiaptiste; Pens coa, M, rcli 20ih,1828.-:.-tf. J- Pes cay. improve the heal.t,,will be eagerly and

'an, order of the H6u. the Judge of the : printed shawls and hdkf ; print (l Wutcrloo Hcnsacola" Jan. llth" 1828. assiduously. sought. alter,,.to. adorn our pa-
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; County Court. bhawls.fitncy silk dresses,nuns thread, THE d i ges. The advocacy wnicu in the outset

c't : M. Crupper, Clerk.By linen gloves, linen tapes. Uu&siawhirlings, 'Fn-rU1 's TOWN OFLOTS 1SAGNOLX we' professed for woman, and which we
miiiU drab cloth blue & led birouds : -'lagnzit\ : "I'
J. G. 1) I ; *c. !I II in the new Town of \1i1 nol a believe has been the paramount cause ofthe
Dnike Clerk. I
ALSO FOR the acquisition ot AlilUCULTU- offered for sale. This place i is HUCCCSS ( r this journal, will rather be ',:
'Pensacola,30th April, 18287tf. I 4 discs s.iddlery: assorted r\L. LirEUAUV, und M15CLLUVNKOUS ituated B miles frojn FoVt St. larkmi increased thun tliuunished' in its future :?
I 9 cases re'ter's hats, assorted qualities KNOWLEDGE. the St. Marks' river and 15 from Tallahas conduct. Dispassionate' criticism, morffltictioiijHnd .

v; ;. NO'rlC'E. I "Knowledge i is power,"-Bacon. set The river can be navigated to theTo'wn nitntonous vcrac, will ever be ;, :

.fla1cstier& Co.} 5 trunks fine reedy made clothiag THE FAHMEH'S MAGAZINE is designed by vessels drawing b.feet water. welcomed to its columns. The aru and .i./it.:

:c vs. .> 12 trunks ladvs and geotUmcns boots to contain information drawn from The situation ii high, dry and healthy ; bc.ciice,bhall not be forgotten, nor the J

L: ';Jose del Cotarro. jIN Ckildreu and shoes' ,' AUTHENTIC SOURCES relative to the t has two Sulphur Springs in the vicinit>. brilliant! witticism, ur pleasant bon tat lost : :
this case suit bas been instituted mid and boy shoes' ; brogans, &c. improvement and management of remarkable one of which is only 200 yards from the in a world of pedantry and metaphysics. { : ,
bather, calf skins hoc thread Farms of Manure' Public Iu ihort, the most dev ted and fastidiuuj '
attachment issued returnable to sources number Square. They are &id to p sooss :.
,the Superior Court of West Florida, May 25 keg A Virginia Tobacco and.kind of? Stock, .inguten.sils, laborers great medical qualities*. .. attention shall be'l paid hoth tu the nutter ;
_ _ 5 boxes
Terra 1828. superior cavendish do. dairies, &c. ; AGRICULTURAL For further information of Term tc. and manner the "work wiln a laudable .

-. Adam Gordon' Hardware, $'c. IMrUOV'EMENTS ; drawings and descriptions apply to j. G. and N. Hamlen. S5. Marks, ambition to render it mill more deserYinfj

Pcn, pocket, sportsmen and desk of USEFUL INVENTIONS ; or tp Augustus Steele, Tallahassee. I among reader of taste and auajniitThe .

r Jitty.for Pltf. knives ; knives and forks, cirvcrs, waiters critical notices und reviews of such pub St. Marks 10th August, 1S27-24-tf embeUishnienls w Inch shall atcom-
rt: 'Pcnnco1s,28tb April 1828 7-tf. ----_ I the third volume of
piUAONW this
lications rriiy tend to'the work
s-__ and traYS ; Hcnning's beat needles, snuf aa interests of I pany shall
r1 fers and trays, plated spurs, spectacles the llu.fbandman ; improvements in'the MIRIiOR. exceed those of the former voniuiftj.
, .' 'ij LAND I If carpenter's tools, shoemaker's and cur breed of DOMESTIC ANIMALS ; ac- publication of the.Masonic.Jlirror, Nothing shall be called so that shall u t

f r. .t THE subscribers.hare opened an of' rier's do., stock locks, padlocks, shovels counts of such PUUEIGX und DOMESTIC TUB be tutpenJedfrom this date. be considered inti-iiiaicaliy au emftellult.nent. .

r(t fur the purchase and sale of and tongs, kettles sauce puns, cotton I trees, shrub, vines, plants,seeds and T ED AMARANTH .-If they consist in cngravings.they

, i, ,! l.\nds,att. Augustine,in the house for- cards, &c..c. grains, liS ire considered necessary or useful as a Masonic .ork, will lute! the place of, wi'l' be such WI to du honor to the country,

",f ;t Xtierly occupied by Col. Pertawlt, at the PensacoU, Dec. 7th, 1827-38_If. I for subsistence, comfort or 'ornament: the Mirror-will be devoted exclusivelyto and not the miserable print that ate generally -

k'f'r I couth west corner of the public square, -_ with INFORMATION relative to their Masonry, and will on the 15th impo d upon the unwary and the

"; '. where persons desirous to accomplish ei4fttl MAIL A 11itAN G J MEN'l'. treatment, growth, requisite kinds of soil: of this month ; ihui if&uHicientiy appeAr encouraged generous. The paper shall be g
'; ther purchase or sales real estate, are &.c. ; and ,in short whatever may tend to it will appear oat or about the 15sh uniform in its texture. The number of ,
leave their FLORIDA MAIL- increase the of the soil advance -ill be the
J ll I requested commands. produce and of succeeding month. Tia I ;jHges bume aa at pre rt.
l'/i/ A long residence in the Territory of Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock, A. M. the 11UUAL ECONOMY of the very original out Iron a more discriminate '
c..i of the work will be an-ungemeat .
MO amended <
;.: : ,:: Florida, has enabled the subscribers to Departs same day at 2 o'clock P. >I, I country. us\ lo'n e br"cc Original.M onic ur Esa.s ; ,)f the type, a larger pOI\101) ol reading
i::tJ become intimately acquainted with nearly 11LAKELEY- ------ -MAlr.-----, I' Insertion! wit I always be given to sueh! Poetry and General > ; rnauir will be tuMishcd weekly.Vut!
l1 all the 'QdMdia1ciarns to land, in t.hi"'fJ8 I Including Mobile and the States of Louisiana REPORTS, aoMresfcesand papers, as m:y to ;the! Institution.Intelligence The relative ; these \lews anticipation, we throw ourselves "' '
will :
: District u Veil as to their titles, locations, i and Mississippi.Due 1 be commnnicated. publication by tbe5t'.c..t1 be $2 annum, in advance price and it is upon the bounty of the public, lit "':

::!Pf}f: "L qualities and relative} value. And the in every Ttte>day, at 12 o'clock, M. i AGRlCUt,TURAL SOCIETIES eii per that ; hcituig none to encourage who shall not /
expect every subscribes ,
person /l
It; creasing applications mgdei for information Departs every Friday nt 12 o'clock, M. of this and other t&te. I fof it, will remit the amount on the i consider the possession' of the workequivalent "-;;[: .
n t,t ,from every part of the United State, ALL dTHEK MAILS. A LAND REGISTER, will contain, as of the second I I to the ttiuunt of the ubscrip ff\i <
t t.1 more eipeciaty r respecting sugar estates Due every Snnday at 4 o'clockP.. M. f tas pradicabie, a list of farms, which reception the third number after lIon ..i.-.
or will
3 j';tj-.t.; hat induced them to believe, that an esfe&blishment Depart every Tuesday and Saturday, tt Are now, or may hereafter beFOR SALE; forwarded.subscribing not be To the numerous editors who have so

! J of this kind,could be rendered 8 o'clock, A. M. account of their size, $iluaiion, quality Subscribers to the Mirror, who wish! the generously: copied out former notice*
tutful to the and such other I
tr; psbfic.AUotder particulars aa may be who have "
4. 6C7:: Letters which are not deposited i'mllraAlh are requested tu give ut t early so liberally conunended our
p; ; *directed to then, for copies dce.nca Useful. : feeble efforts to
that eficct.AgenU please, and who hare
l of turvej-s, mjq or plana.al well as other one half hour before the regular Space will be afforded fot the SOLID notice to urgely transferred our article into so
for the
:.t$$;: information 6u the above subject, will be time appointed for the departure of and Sterling DEAUT1ES of LI1'EltA- the'\Mirror are respectfully : ctolunmsof their jburnaU, we
influence return
to their in our
ifg ti furnished without delay. Letters post the Mail will be detained until the TUREUie, useful arts and Science, Natural requested circulation use this All giving unaffected thank.'. Beggars that
to work. who we arc
' paid directed to the Land Jlgency, St. l History and Puilosophy, procure '
tt Biography, ihe
If be
Mull obligation
: next ; unless it suits the convenience subscribers and will become le- still more enhanced
will receive due atteation. Vo and Tra'vela
ti ir. Att iutintt uJCes ,jute of the UutfccU by a few insertions of thia
; ci'the Post Master to mail in the & sponsible fur them will be entitled to a prospectus
ltii' JOHN LEI WILLIAMS, them principal.Seiporu 0 &c. icvenU We do not oHVf an exchange in comparison

.;$ WILLIAM U. SIMMONS,. sooner. I TERMS. To those copy.who have paid in advance for for this service, but aa a ebtetrilJldO

FRANCIS I. rATIO.flcc. rOn Sunday, the Post Office THE FAUMER3 i MAGAZINE wilt be the present volume( the Mirror, the to their courtesy, tor evea ben the obligation

I : 27tb, 182T.-4t-tf will be kept open for one hour aftdthe published SEUI-UONTliLY { die pits *Aaaiuoith will be fer..iLr4ed0 the full will be uacancelled and the same

.I Inferences; S arrival and assorting" of the Mail ; i i.three dolUra, payable tit Uer at the liiae l Amount, UUte a'uthaerise ordered; or the The Philadelphia Album will continue

CoL Jo*. M. White. and letters will Dot be delivered out subscribing, or on receipt of the first Mirror be resuaed.wouldaguin. to be .-suedcvery Wednesday at 91250- :1

r Delegate t'roffi Florfctej of the office any other time cm that ntmber. That FOtfM and stti has bcea OWe aolicit the attention per annum, invariably in advzice.Lt U

Hr. Henry S. Tinder .Philadelphia day adapted, which U deemed mast co..vcritlDt of Agents to the:. ill1'1ediatc adjustment i advisable that all who wish to obtain;

Doctor Bru h, New York, for binding, white the quality of the of the accounts cwrtmitted to their care i I complete! volume, commencing with too'
tieroard &' Bee, Charleston, ,\. liasfeH H tint. patter, beauty of the type (entirclg new Jaiw and those subscribers who have little r first number of the next, Will lorwarrf'tbtfr

Mr., James Williams Baltimore._ POST OFFICE, Fist Matter. the general; execution of the) work, ho cor&nuolcatloo with Agents are requested names, enclosing one 'e.r'$-lUbscriptldn

t. -1 Pen&acola. lit April 1828.-.$- wiffbetocb, ** It i i. hoped will feftect to remit the amount of their bills immedialely. The paper will- theii be
credit oir the Publishers?mad UltXfiFVICSPATlCflNS. dy maiL A'gents are authorized to,remit rejjutWlj' and promptly tbrwarfled, A&
,5\1 G.a. l\Ol.L RS. TdLLO$ BEES WAX I iA the same rmiiiner. dres (post paid) Jfrrri & Kenny" 45 -

) T.' tii. fubtcriber has/or tilt,a few pair IT1HE highest price in cash given for Editon giving,tU- above a fei tote). Those who have received their bills,- Cuc:uut 6uxet, I'hiladelphu, or -

uguBo1ercaia.amptfromthe -I the above articles by tioiwi will oe entitled to" a copy of the will add 60 cents to the,amount, fb* the W. Haseli Hunt,

nufactoryaad can Mipply Any quantity Julius* Pes work. Add L. Z. HtcaAatsojf & Co present )'ear'lpapera and remit Without Agent, Pet.c.'a.IITSu'tacripioDa .
4 Ct>tfder. F NlSBBT. ay.rcnacQI1aLl Agcuts for the proprietors. Unnecessary delay. 'rhii will save much"trofeblt. received ar the QJictOf

L'cQ3b, D. 'th, I$2T3SI.IIt1, Dcc' 1827-J8-tf rb1J&dWch I, IKS.' j Button Ap-ril1'L 628. ttc L'qtse4a Gazette.r .




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