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: June 5, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055168
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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v o'.. V. ( iMipia, nan homintt.} PKNSACOLA, THURSDAY: JUNK .5tl/! 1828. (Open to nil parties : influenced none.) No. iT

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--IvI-t-IANPi1--\VII'L"IU.--- U" -sip-..".rn'trta, one tnotisand six hundred I I II 'five' hundred and fifty copes of the dill not find to-day. (Increased the view of securin all the-- "fund' i B 1

I and nine dollars and sixteen 1 1i seventh volume of the Laws of tho laughter.) cnthrr -
tDx T ninety the .__
II T & T..: I I '! cumivi ot **-- p ."' ...--
i : cents. United States, to contain> an index t6-' At length Mr. John Smith subpoenaed The very moment the above depositwas
United States
fubllshtrs arlac Lavrt'vf Iht For the completion of the Penitentiary the same, to be "VeIl bound ;' and fot the plaintiff, being put into known, steps were taken by

an'ofhe Tcrritorj of Florida. in the District of Columbia, cause to be distributed, one cop 1! the box and sworn, deposed: as Mr. I the Postmaster General prevent iiy

&" CIUrT,( .-y. u 1vrnr $5 3 tw'ntvWtwo thousand: three hundredand thereof to the President of the United (John Smith was expected to depose. payment. It is true, Mr. Bach

Q&iaryear- 1 50 eighty seven dollars and ninety i State, one copy to the Vice President From the National Journal. checked for twelve hundred dollarsof

Bltb,('riptjon i fe pavalJe advance I seven cent I of the United States, one copy ,The POST MASTER GENERAL takes it, which were paid before an ir>
advertisement For defraying the of a to each of the Heads of Departments
AIIT..TISIVO.-r.vciy expense great pleasure in exhihiting to the junction was obtained, the whole of

of T.f v idfh of one column and mcasunn building, near the Navy Department, I to the Attorney General of the United I:!i I I public the true history of a transaction which sum; except two hundred and
than twelve !lines of this first! .
type j
JIM ins'more-non one dollar, each ncckly continuance I:I i twelve hundred aud sixty one dollars States, to each of the Senator; !i, which has been misrepresented.Some fifty dollars, has since been recovered -

fifty cents longf-raml uidcr ones at and eighteen cents. and Representatives, and to each Dt- j I circumstances, to which reference from him.

and work, For an entrance and door-way into locate of Territories of the Twenteth .
tfe flame rale Rule figure need not be made, render this The Postmaster General admits

.Jonl l.> \price for toe first insertion Adfrrti the Capitol, from the top of the terrace I Congress ; fifteen copies to tie I course pruner. that certain charges were preferred

i-mrnls will be tastefully displayed on the western front, three thousand Secretary of the Senate for the
I ue He Mr. Bache of which
according to the nature of them, and will) came into Office the 1st July against ; every one

he measured l l1y matter of this si/.e type. : ono hundred and twenty one :i of the Senate?, and thirty copies l to tie 1823, and shortly} afterwards gave notice were stricth investigated&laid before
that is, not in- dollars! and ten cents. I Clerk of the House of
When inserted at intervals, ( Kepresenft- to all Post-masters that payments the President, who was" understood to

gert"d ...vel'weel.., from the first to the Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, I I tives, for the use of that House ; Ole must be made promptly, ;&nd to cer- concur in the decision made.

la"' In-NtiI1); ,ivertienenttnonuts ci -n insertion will be chart fur That the Commissioner of the PulJ-1 I copy to each branch of the Legisli-i tain Postmasters who had fallen in As to the charge of prostituting th.
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Rlhl'rtu\l1 na : HI\4l1)1c ah\\"s m eltmnl"l.C" lie Buildings be, and he ture of each State and Territor, ; I. arrears, among others, Mr. Bache, patronage of his office, the Postmaster

I iberal, 'contracts wtll I b" ;I;ade with l author Izcd and empowered to be'rand I one copy to each of the Execi- late Postmaster of Philadelphia! that General on the broadest ground '

Ihns wan; wish to ailvertUe bv ih-yc.,r. caused to be built, an Engine house, i I tives of the several States and Teri- all balances must bo discharged with- defies the world. All the other

All Communications; ulldr"soe.tf) W for the accoinmifdation of the Frank- tories and the
residue JoI
; cause to in limited brandies of the Government
will be j I I a time. Mr. Bacho, by united
J1A tt1. HUNT Editor, promptly Ian Engine Company under suitable I in the of
J Congnss. do control
efforts and not
led j I great through the assist- a patronage so exten*

1 ath'_ '. _to."im ......_,. ....17" -- --- conditions, to secure the faithful por-{j'r Sec. 2. And be it further cnadtd, ance of his friends, substantially complied sively distributed, Of so complicatedin
fonnmice of the work, and to procure That, for the purpose aforesaid the details. -Its results
United StatesBY r with the requisition. its are seen in-
_. ? of the a Hydranlion Engine, and the requisite sum of two thousand two hu'idred of .
To the senior neighborhood Union
.. -. -: --.. _...:= .- I assistant Postmaster every .,
:-: appurtenances of the same ; an-i dollars be, and the same is h l reby, Genera!, who manages the fiscal concerns I and he }boldly defies anyone, to name

AUTHORITY.PUBLIC that tile unf of three thousand dollars !- appropriated be ynid out of any of time Department, positive di- i; n .iWgle act itrkUk has nut Uircii: troy

Af.. ":.'.'WS ,. : ',r.. ,1/1......... .' I ho, and the same is hereby, ap- money in the Treasury mjt (lil@rWieualr i with exclusive view to the public
... ._:. .. ,:\If ,:JJ, 11.1......,...;.... .z... .' v<-.otl. nw ware then to report all an
J'OKrrl'",'", "'\ ,",010:. ...., ',",>:" ,'\ '\-;h 1" q propriated, to he paid out of any money ,prltltcrl. Postmasters who failed to make interest tie may: have Deen mistaken -

:- !;<,"-.:.':.:!:fJ,-.*';!".'>>,..."r'... .rt.\l"z"It..'A..'.....I. .,, ,,.,' in the Treasury not otherwise Approved-9th, 182S. prompt payment. This order was in the act, but not in the motive.If .

r_ ,.. ...., 'rl' ,." -I:>->: appropriated, to defray the expense ..... '-" repeated, times without number, anti there is any one act, for which he

;' ... of the same. I \ O 'r\c.\\\ \ the greatest anxiety expressed, thatit entertains a deeper detestation, than

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted should be faithfully executed. all others, it is the prostitution of 3.
JII ''IB That from and after the fourth day: of Where the accounts are so extensive trust held for the public benefit, to

:\ J/.irch, one thous-m
:.. twenty nine, the office of Archi- labour i is required to make out the is no object sufficiently elevated tto

[ -\o. 22.] I tect of the Capitol shall cease and determine quarterly returns.. From the pressureof present a temptation to him, on .this
An a"t to .r.i'.h >;'ze the Cancelling of aii.od :
: th, rein mentioned.Be ; and that the said Architect the daily business of the office it is .: score. Ho will prostitute his trust

shall on said day deliver to the neither for nor against Adminis
it enacted the Senate and up found often impracticable to make any
by Commissioner of the Public: IJjildinss : tration. And he takes this occasionto
House the Uni- this return before the lapse of seve-
of IitprrsriitatiKcs of
all the books, plans accounts remark tint: he has
SELECTED. ral weeks after the expiration of the conversed

Congressrssrmblt'd. vouchers, and all other papers and 'rheVife. quarter. : with the President (for whom;

siVia, Circuit Court of the United things belonging to his office ; and 'Tis a wife, whose smiles! of gInuness. The balance due from each offico : since his acquaintance, he has .never
the said Commissioner shall take ceased to feel the )
Statt s, for the L.strict of Georgia, Fall like sunbeams on thv breast cannot be ascertained until these returns ; ,, greatest respect,
char'e of, and superintendthe Public Scattering alp? hv. clouds of.>adneecLike on the suhjec.l.f patronage, and was
1 be, and he is hereby, authorizes! and are examined which requiresthe
I Buildings, and perform such other the night-shades of the wrsr. I happy to find that, the view here pre-
cancel certain Bond tabor of three months.
required to '
And 'tis she
I duties as may be required of'hiai by I whose voice of pleasure sented was approved.
given in of the decree of : Comes, like music, o'er is of the
pursuance law and that the said Commissioner thy heart- The following a statement In the
; regard to negligent mannerin
the s.ii.J Court, for( the exportation CIJIl'a sweet and southing tine the hue
measureJoy Postmaster
balance by
he required to reside near the Ca- and quiet to impart. which the\ duties of the Post Mas-
beyond the limits of the United States, the
Philadelphia expiration of each
been .
pitol. Master General have performed << -

of sundry! African Negroes, parcel of J Sec. 4. And be further enacted, 'Tis a wife, whose arms nronnd thee of the quarters stated. This balance I so broadly charged, be has only; to

the cargo of the Spanish vessel called Twine, like ivy In the free- shows the full amount, due by the office
THat the regulations of the City of remark, tint it has not been in his
the Antelope, or Ramirez, which J Arms that, when alTfi;:ion found thee, at the time, including all farmerhulunces.
Washington"for the preservation of do service than he hat
} Clung in uep.peasJrn, power to more
Bond] was executed by Cuesta Man- athy :
the public peace and order, be extended Ami 'cis she.; whose tmiif-i bosom, performed. His nights as well as days
zaual and brothers their
by attorney, to the Capitol and Capitol Like! a beauteous lily bed, For the quarter: endingIft April..1R26the hare been devoted to his duties. Many -

and Joseph Cummings, and Francis square, whenever the application of Covered all with snow-white blossom, office overpaid S 1.331 70 have doubtless done more,' from
Sorreil, and acknowledged by them I Fillowe thy urji-cted hend. 1 Julv.
the same shall requested by the their the
: superior ability to servo
balance it. 123 44
OP. ihe twenty fourth December, one ( ue by
thousand eight hundred and presiding officer of either House of 'Tis a wife, whose heart of feeling. .' ,' J October. 907 46 Public, but no one who has not

twentyseven Congress, of the Commissioner of the Like a stream lefres'iiug- fl..ws, '- 1 Jan'y. 1827, 1,463 97 been freed from the exhausted calls of
Marshal of the
before the Public Buildings ; and that it shall be Through the blooming meadows stealing, 1 April 2,264 34 nature, has devoted more hours to the
Georgia District, in the penalty of Pours its bam upon thy woes ; "
the of the Commissions of tho "I .Inly, 4.911 06
four'ren thousand! eight hundred dol- And 'tis she that rears beside thee CI 1 October, 7,3.30 19 Public than he has done. He appealsto
Public Buildings to obey such rules Children like flowers his witnesses and
the of:May- The people as .td
l.trs and conditional for the 1 Jan' 1828, 8,097 87
exportation )
and regulations as may, from time to : Children who, when ills betide thee, the extended operations of his De-
of the slaves aforesaid.A. Between tho 1st January and tho
Shall be at hand ,
thy to
time, be prescribed, jointly by the stay. I ri lc than five its
STEVENSON, =.:::..= ..__. u_.r_ 1st April hst, Mr. Bacho paid partment. years
presiding officers of the two Houses -- J
Ins been increased halfa
I revenue near
House ofRepresentatives but for the
of the $19,000 ihe return
Speaker -
of Congress, for the care, preservation MISCELLANY.From the" has not million of dollars per annum ; its

orderly keeping, & police, of all ;:-- : --- ending 1st April yet facilities are onllim'ited by the wantsof
J. C. i such portions of the Capitol, its appurtenances I th:JVei* York Statesman. received. the country.y The whole mail
i establishment *
Vice President tho United States It will be observed that before the
i ( and the enclosures about Confusion of Names.-Th'} poetical of the Union under his
and President of the Senate. I reader will recollect Lord iy ron's above quarterly balance could be ascertained ,
it, and the Public Buildings and pro- administration has been
Approved-2cl May; 1828 perty in its immediate vicinity, as are : !pleasant lines in Don Juan, containing payments Ind been made third ,
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS in the exclusive use and I the enumeration of heroes at the siege by the Postmaster, greatly exceeding
not will
occupa- the If these results not excuse him.
[PCDLtc-No. 23.] tion of either House of Congress ; of. fsmail. He says : amount.In from the charge o f inattention to his

it shall also be his 'Mongst them were several Englishmen almost all the hrgcr offices! accounts -
An act making a supplementary app'l'o.pl'ia duty to oieysuch duries,they will be viewed, at least, .inmitigation.
'.lon for the military service of? the rules and regulations as may be, of pith, are kept with letter carriers He is'read' to'answer,
ve:.r one t-hnimnd eight hundred and from time to time, prescribed 03'' the I Fifteen nunod called! Smith.Thompson" and nineteen I and thoso who have boxes. The. letter the Public for the minutest transaction

twenty eight. presiding officer of either House of I i carriers open accounts with minyof
7c it enacted .y'tne Senate and The i the of his Department. Although there
following scene, brings those ;
whom deliver Fetters
tor the to they ,
liousc United care, preservation; are more than seven'thousand collectors -
of llrprc1rntatim.ft oJ'the mind!
our '
passage : considerable time isrequired
orderly keeping, and police, of those consequently of the'rejeni of the
States nI.lime-rica. in Congressass'mbled During the trial of a recent case inEngllUd realize the: after Department
of the Capitol and its to postage,
That ap- on a strict examination there will be
there is hereby appropmled a most laughable scene oc- the office has become liable for it.
a which in" the exclu-
piutenances, are
found to be as little loss in the collection )
to bo paid uut of any mo- curred. A Mr. John Smith had, it I
sive use and.o. cu'pation'of either Mr. Bache \Vas'remo'ed, for failingto of its' has
t ney in the Treasury not othcru ise ap- appeared, been subpoenaed by tilt revenue, as ever. beea,. .''
House of COlIgre9'respectively and ilepositc as promptly as he was sustained
; by the Government in col-
pr ,.ilaied, the sum of one hundred plaintiffs and another P.Jr. John
tn.it it shall also be his duty to obey required'in loss than: three hours after 'lecting the samu amount.t "
thousand dollars, for the armament of Smith by the defendants The latter :
such rules and regulations as the defalcation was reported to the '
fortifications.Sec. may Mr. John Smith had by sonic acci- */ Dudling.-The Virginia Visitor
from time to time, be prescribed by Post Master General, by !Mr. Brad
2 And be it further enacted dent into the witness' article this
got box, as a introduces: an on subjectin
the President of the United States, ley. As his accounts for the last
Th.n the Q' utcrmaster General be, witness for the plaintiffs, and: was giv- the following ma'nner"The
for the care preservation orderly have not been returned it is
qna'rter ,
and ho :
is hereby, authorized to applythe I ing evidence tflfich made againt their following. extract. is from aii
and police of the Public.Buildings to state precisely tho sum
keeping, impossible '
sum of eighteen hundred dollars case, original article on duelling"-!
and in thu he Jt is however believed
public owes.
of the heretofore property, ,
4 money appropriatedfor Mr. Alderson" .ho'w'a counsel for which an answer is given writer
to a
City of Washington ; and the Commissioner that he will not be. found in default
the Quartermaster's Department tho with look of in the New York Morning Courier
aud his assistants are horo- plaintiffs, a surprise. fthc receipts of his office, nitre; I Ithan'si'xty ;
to the confirmation and completion Why surely this must be the wrong who asserts-what no" pious and( .intelligent
) authorized and empowered to use days. He has paid to theDcputml'nt
of the purchase of thirty acres of land, by witnessLaughter.! ( .)) ladies will believe-'.'ih'atwdmtn
all and for since the conimcncemt'ntof
means !
near the city of Savannah, in G necessary proper Mr. I don't I pious and
Why ,
or- intelligent
Brougham women,
the discharge of the aforesaid duties;& ; the administration of the
gia ; which purchase was conditionally know what you would have ; bettertestimony approve uf the fashionable! mode of
the assistants of the Commissioner Postmaster General $340,577 10 :
made by Lieutenant C. A. Waite, necessary I never heard ; (laughter,) I settling disputes, by the pistol.
for the shall receive a reasonable I: his deficiency may amount to some tenor
purpose erecting barracks and the is If it perfectlY the
; name so very uncommon agreeable to
compensation for their services, to be twelve thousand dollars. For thU
for the United States. '
that cannot be mistaken' in Visitor should feel
: you your we obliged by
2d I allowed by the presiding officers of sum, his surety is believed to be amply
. Approved- May, 1828. mm-(much laughter.) seeing our remarks quoted a little
the two Houses Congress; one moiety responsible. The statement is not correct -

[PUBLIC-No. 24.] of the said sum to be paid out of Mr. A1dersonto the witness Were that the late Postmaster had given more correctly. Still we are not par:

An act making appropriations for naed by the plaintiff sir?? ticular, arid if our I language is improved .
the the contingent fund of the Senate, atdthe you sup no security. The Public it is
Public Buildings, and for other purposes Witness -No sir, by the defendant.Mr. by a few alterations and addition, .
other moity to be paid out of the hoped, will not lose a dollar of this

,Be it enacted the contingent fund of the House of Re Alderson Then, sir, what defalcation.The on the part' of our cot mporaries, it
by Senate and I'I'I becomes us to be thankful:: VVc hover
business had to thrust yourselfinto ,
House presentatives. you fundsofthe office
of Representatives of the Uni I were never did that u pious women" &c.

tcd States Approved-2d May 1823. the box as a witness for the approved
of America, in Congressassembled I : placed under the control of the chief: of the" fashionable mode" &c.

That the following sums [PUBLiC-No. 25.] i plaintiffs l clerk, as charged, by the present Post-I but as we do not feel disposed to.

.. of money be, and the same \Vitncs-I heard my name called. master General. He has aJwa! )s'acted I about '
hereby An act to authorize the purchase and distribution i quibble Cords we will once, ,
are, appropriated, to be paid out of of the seventh' volume of the : Mr. Alderson' -Is there any other I upon principle, that' if a Post- II more tell Society that truth which'Itdares -

A any mpnoy in the Treasury not otherWise LAWS of the United States : John Smith in court 1 master cannot trusted with the moneys I not whisper to-'itself-WVsay!'

, appropriated, for 'lie following Be it enacted by the Senate and' Several voices at once-Yes- received, he is'unworthy of hold- i again that virtuous and pious'. women*

purposes For that is to say- louse of Representatives of tilt United ,(much laughter.}' I ing the office. I who loudly denounce tbe practice of

;k to b completing. the work remain- States of America, in Congress Mr. Brougham-Oh aye, there i At the time\Ir. Bacho was'removed duelling, speak in contemptuous, terms
jng + done
Hc nl. !.:: on and about the Pub- assembled, That the Secretary for .you have them, twenty in, a breath., it seems he had a' deposit in 0hi of the man vr\io'refuses to fight-he is

: hundred dollars n"*> fifty six thousand four the Department of State be, and Only take them all in succession, and i I tI I own name, contrary to instructions! shunned, slighted,'despised ; not oulif

For the 1 and of eight cents : he is hereby authorized and directed you may possibly find tho man( you ; and unknown to the Department, in by, men of the world, but by thp" :v'efjj
other a building lot, and to subscribe for, and receive, 'want at last ; but a better witness tho Bank of the United States. An persons, male and female: who denouoce .'

expenditures for tin Jail at I for the use and disposal of Congress, than the'obe who just left the box you I.t agent was sent to Philadelphia vith him,' if Uu dot*" tight.-The




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ease of the l.nnenfcil Gr3hatn(7fli.* "\X( when an eldcilV gr.ivs-ioCititig raati, I1 nrrnp' for wltfcn: it urr.s constricted!, jjournmpuf. 'The two Ilousna will 1 jtation I Iliic.ref.m' of tho dead, is aC all tirtirs a so-

Unicnted he i is, wi l will be, by the' trussed 1 in black! accosted me, and and greatly adds to facilitate: while it udjouni the present session j,, rious service, in tin- pie>ent instance j jut

admirers ot'geiliti <) is i strikingly in began :u conversation about writers, l lessens oxpeiise, in this department of 1 on llnl1dnthe. 2yi\i( \ instant.-Idem. is }peculiarly; so. in one fatal moment

: point. Ho duspij-ed this .' absurd -. i in the course of which, I soon perceived I white Hint glass mantifnciure.Pittslvrg I ft will gratify' the friends of equity I by deplorable( accident, our

mode of settling disputes," but, saysji 1 he was ambitious of being I paper. : and humanity, to learn tli.il the bill I mooted friend h.is been hu riet'I
; for the relief of the Survivors of the from time i into
he .in the last letter he ever wrote considered himself Wholesale llur. larJ'-One <'f our I eternity. He 1Il.!

.vh.it can a poor fellow do, hut how AN AUTHOR.'It latest English papurs) has a m Police I Ii I Revolutionary Armv, has; : at length I been cut off in the mominc of life,
'with what Irishman !become a law,I.J'iu iinallv passed! lire amidst the highest promise; of'us
We bring
in ,
to the supremacy of custom ? was surprising to'see I I I i article, .which an I .J e-
quote from memury. This little sentence : facility this gentleman ran over the !(tcatalogueof I I asked by the Magistrate what business !I l House yesterday, by a vote of about fulness.
the eminent answered that "he had I :2 to 1. A gre.it number of members In the 'leath of General Greening
most followed
.. speaks volumes. How strong : persons ;:Hie I I
U is that tyranny of fashion which drives j;i ; ;in the literary world, and with I been house-breaking! the last six I panicip-itin} in the I universal I If j jthe I Community has sustained a heavrj ,

Ji'Jt; nfcn of minfl and education to acts I I what an air of self! *sufficiency he condemned i i weeks: !" lie was a laboier empluycf f feeling of the cu :itry, would have deI j't loss-his neighbours and acquainian.

t"t, which their judgmcut scorns, and their their: writings. One wantrd I in taking down and removing sired to make the bill more porfrrt, |I ces have been deprived of a distiu.
and I by making; its provisions more adequate I! itdsI'ed friend-and his
ii ;onsciencc condemns spirit and fire another elegance I i buildings III widening; a street.j lamilv havi
the claims of those for whose .c..1 bi.e'v ........ Is.. ,
to : Q : i..o_ .
1:1t :t Again ; if Soci&ty be not to blamn, 1 judgment, and what i stiH'mol'' woriliy i 77'c CaictlolliC-This splendid :
'. 1 --r ._- -.t."! ...:..1.YJV' 3 nut mcccn.cfry : or notice, he enm blamrid some I j I afterncnu benefit it has been FISSl; >tJ. But at !I parable '_ :
.: '; encourage the practice how happens i fur want df modesty, saying:: that they I ship was launched yesterday into the- I this late period of the session, there ; Was it not impious to question; the '

2: i! I it that the severe Jaw for punishing Were equally apt" to intrude their I| and glided beautifully I was no alternative hot to take the bill deed.s of Providence, ue would appeal '

t.. duellists) is a dead letter ??-What example works upon the Public, and their per- i embrace; of time watcl 5. She is a sU-1 I in the form in which it came from the I\ to tlte Almighty Ruler of events, and .' ct

;ii have we in this country of' soils in private( conversation. But lie peru and beautiful specimen of ua vu! Senate, or to obtain nothing iV,r those ;i ask why was it !permitted' ? why was;

i!' j punishment inflicted on the survivor did not consider /timrclfnn intruder. \architecture, and a large concourse of veterans during the present sc ; iull. I it that[ this hitter cup could not have

i of a ..1ul11'hcrc can ytI: I would have withdrawn, but he I spectators were milch gratified: by the ly the prompt and frequent application ;! passed: by 1 Though my friends, ;in

.t :l find a jury that would convict: him I had pnstcd himself too near the door; ;pectacle. ] t is believed that when of the previous; question, dehato I this awful; dispensation, we may read
all! her
she will
f if: of murder, or of manslaughter, or so I resolved to watch for a better op- omplctcd, on the bill was arrested before the I how uncertain, and how unsubstantid '

k Iti: even of misdemeanor No wherE.t I portunity.En tho interim--Pray,. (rodecessors in tho elegance of her House could] be wearied, and the bill are all worldly prospects. The highly c
fiiish. V. :1 .
t ;;4 And why is it so ? Because Socicty Sir, said} I, what do you thiuk ')1' Imitations Spectator.New was sa *eL esteeMied individual, whose dejth

1 has not the-J tling, on the subject, to 1Imitarinl15 Nui'clt by the Author of IVai.vy. The bill provides: that all the surviving we now so much I itnent, had within}

:' -L: which it pretends. Thorfore it is useless Sir 1 i Did you never .-Among other woiks about( to 0 t1 ers of the Revolution shall I I his reach all tint \"'c usually think necessary .

;:f!! to legislate for the prevention of read any-of my Essays on Imitations- istio from the prolific press of Carey receive full pay for life, according to to complete our car Lilly ble s- .. ,:.

-1 this bloody practice. Let duelling O imitatores servum pecus aid Lea, a list of which we shall pub- tileir local rank, but in no case to exceed edness. His virtues and intelligence -- :

lie made unfashionable, andour word: -That is Latin, as I take it.-Y vs, liii Monday, we perceive that a the full pay of a captain. This! I had already given him an elevated! .

4 for it, there will be no'more duellists. yes !-llonice savs so somcwhere.'I .- ,i nav novel by Sir Walter Scott, is in priy is to take dale; from l\iarch,18G.: rank! in public] estimation ; as a politician '

!i; trj Let Society act with consistency, and could not but thank r the ""gentleman f press, entitled Valentine's Day, rube Privrtesarealso, I provided I for I his course kid! been ratified bv \

not approve by its acts that which it for this important information, at the i orthe Fair :Maid of Perth. The uu- 01: the same principle. 011(. of the I tho applause of his fellow citizens';

;4$ 1 condemns by its word, and it may same time, I perceived from many I fur has selected the age of King Robert mast 'salutaryprovisions of the bill, i is as a l.iwyer his promptness an;{ integrity -

1 1i then effect the great object of reform. parts of his discourse, that his abili-I the Second of he Stewarts, the that whirh prevents this p--iy from Im.t! inspired the confidence of

As things now stand, it is cruel md ties wore chiefly employed in newspapers gtod old days when might was right, being alienated from those win areentitled nil ; in the walks of private and do-

!: ungenerous to persecuto the unfortu- and that he had often made am men argued with claymores<< in to it, by any IPZV. |pr1h'p'-.;;. im-stir: iile: by his amiable and ;JcYrerl-

nate survivor of the duel, for having them the vehicles whereby to convey ther hr.
!;,' sent or accepted a challenge, solely his spleen and) vanity. which some modern politciaus seems from the Mobile Commcrri-il Ji'r-; : nv-ptc: and esteem of;ll{ who knewhim.

because he could not 's-nbmit to be TIIC .\LTEne.TIOS.As anxiois to revive.-Idciz. 8P.RT.12lh l\Iay, 1&28" I Dm, ;il.i.s! neither his age, his

pointed at as a poltroon wherever he I quitted "the shop, Fanny reminded Lori llyron and some of his Co- To the Editor of tht Camiie cia Jlt'i. ter. ""I virtues, or his capacity to he serviceable

might g,0f ami by tllf v.ry ttPFSOHS\ tOO mo of the "IwTiAUY ORA- temporaries.-This work, which has I It hcco: :co> our painful; duty to .in- .j i to his t frllow:]! men, could stay the

who inveigh with the greatest bitter TION": _"how," said she. *'coi' M yn"have b-irc.i aucli decJHi-d; ] and universal ,dis- noiince to you, and ask! pubhcuttou of, j I hand of the! insatiable arcltor'' Oealh. .
11 ug.tfusi) the practice. forgotten it ? The censor is so pleasure to the friends of the nouh} II I the death *>f Major Gen. E. S. GRCKNNO. t fie hr:" descended !into an ..
.. 1 In nine cases. out of_ ten, challengesness eloquent, and then ho is _voting too.- Bard but which is nevertheless full i together, v/iih the enclosed resolutions I attended by the and heart-felt grave,

'J.,i j1t"iJ are sent ana accepted, not irorn a thirst i would send him a Valentino, with of talent and interest, has been: published and accompanying document. j: of regrets
} L sorrow a numerous circle of friends.To .
for blood, but because not to send or .the words taken; from his own florid 1 by Carey, Lei1: and 'Carey. As On the 4th I nst. while on his way I his disconsolate wife and

t1j f not to accept degrades a gentleman in style-but"--, Here her words I we have already, given copious! x- from hrs residence, near this, to Pen-I relative. :
I we in
1 '
: say afflictin
t!: the estimation of Society. were interrupted by a passing scene.- I H tracts fiom it, utid mentioned it in i iI si; cola, thirty miles distant I;, he was I

i,1 We condemn thfc piactice quite as 1VhiImer, arc you going with this I divers pinLrraphs: ihere is 'na occasion thrown) from a carriage, in which he catastrophe, there is sonic-
; :; ; thing from hich they should detivaror.sulatioir
1 much as the pious Editor of the Virginia poor mant ) of our saying more than. to announce rode, and instantly killed. lie died I I .

: ( Visitor can possibly do, but in Why, to prison, to bo sure, returned I I' that the enterprize of ihe publishers I aneil twenty eight 'ears ard some him he has not iHt behind 1.
.1.=W'.1: I a blemMi his escutcheon .
'. 1 condemning it, we fire determined to the bailiff.-Is not thai the placeI'! has: already! placed i it in the I,J i few months. f fI f with rho on -
!q'i:) give the rebuke and throw the b for men who can't pay their debts- American market. Idem.FOREIGN.. I Your 0 L't Serv'ts f fI I recollection of him there is
t'i' : : I | not associated; ; a sinplevice in
i is not that as the act dirvci1'l'hiis w ; I J\o. S. ; conduct -
1'1 !! :t I : ( I he was honorable} and :
f I to join in tho hue and cry against is inhuman (said 1)) as: they I I J.\S. IS. Hux.nu'1 !i in dignified ; ,
mor.iis he
those who are driven them "..- --- was pure and exemplary;
by the tyranny were f Da ring asunder, for the -- W.1I. (?011t.
rttl1J I I.. .. I in ltztuu time his infant
e children
fashion, into wife FIMIM : irfjlk B'i.v'Ha.Irtract may .
practices which they prisoner's had foliov.ed] him, J\o. DEAN j
4'f;.:i themxdvesadmit o5a Iriier front Sm'jrnu, rfl. 2. bo pointedis <'*just; : model for i imitation
1 a. to be improper andunjustifiable. I sobbing aid feebly sti OVfJ to disengage "There linxe hcen no for \\ 'r..ILLIS.. j
piracion I I'lI.
.. the
) character
; to and conduct oft
.1 Society is the I cause crt f him from the vultures; that hovci'Ld tong tiniC in tic! Archipelago.: dptun I II At a meeting of the citizens of
the .... } :!zeii- father.Cut .
""I.lr.* '" evil-Society must correct it. : ; round him- I ;';earn)' is almost adored in tiirislands, : :I 1 Sparta' and its vicinity, on Tuesday I

',, 't'..). .n.,r V L. C curler. fiicB.viLirr. lor having-driven away the pirates! fnuu :'l lie 6th May, for the j j my friends, while we solemnly -
: .I purpose
I) ;. This is I Micaiii: : : Andros, Ate. He II.IH done meg 1 l 0aoo1't-1' \I lament the las of him over whom .
:::f.1 The following chain of sketches I 1 I I more than inhuman, I repeated :
::: ti l linked! tog.-iher in agreeable aS (Jrjafj I h and! advanced with quick steps 1 i l stationed hete put log-et! c5'. i iI j 1I feelings 1 for the loss of. :their I''deeply i sympathize: with his distressed we- ..
I9 lion, though dissimilar to( the scene of distress. What bus : : pity the poor Give to i in the interior j esteemed fiiend and fellow ciuzen,
!' i dither as the one from the }lie, done demanded 1, that he is thus I I of the Krnpirf. tlrnl knows !how they i ii I Maj. Gen. EO'S. Greening, Doctor IJ !I family, I let us not fail to 'be tnpro\'-
paintings that sho'vn cd the ...
are treated \vi.l! far in \ue of ,,' The p .tc his \ j. by warning, which this me-
!;:;t by a magic lantern ( ? done! (exclaimed! a sour looking 'i a :tl' ( !. I I' r f'ury, K. Curtis was: called to the I Ii ; ;
are taken from fellowv Iatii.iiirl nil 1 it-i Arrvciuun M* jrci! I II j I ianchtHy! event S c> loudly Inculcates.
. : I the 'Boston Eveuing Bulletin. The he hv he ii.is doiu enough I Iro'ii (/unstartinoe; { i into tlie jc't'.') -, and\ !i i!! ( h.tir, aid Armsludd D. Carey, Esq. j juppuiutud j i Let us not fail to he deeply impreasje.d _,
' ; leader nwes.inui f'f. mid; ( (!1Z't pay it. thC/Ht dulJi Secretary. After Address
' f cannot"but be amused hv them is : } the bauievitli ihe Jews. an ; wh.tt frail
THE ? RIZ C. I could not hehi*: fixilw mv eyes at- The Greek'* it does not pcruiit (u lc.1\,('. from the Chair, in explanation' !!i a tenure wo enjoy ..
j ,
this hf .
.iK;)' It M tentivelvou l im, who was i in, the hands I About 'i:'l.I'.I\) Arino.r.an.: ? hue ifrcid) I I of the intent and meaning of said ;I I Imeelinrr ; Nom: can trJl what a day :.
:.;r was closed in I
:ot'f case, studded \vith a shagreen of I lilt catr.h-pole. Sharp; rr.i eiy ha.I I jl 1 t'ihe (!a[,itul. Thise nic.ijiuxs cuuse j Iex' it was on motion, resolved, 1|II j will bring foiih ; in the taunting, 1'
) gold and kicking '
';;! : my worn him to tie hone, and irf (11.'i. II remc misery. that Committee be 'proud prospect, rich in future :; ::-
it gr a appointed to
; with foot "
htid Scio fallen. '
my interruptedmy his: not yet i li'pes, and J before night 1 we belike "
care were strozijriy( marked his I !ny ,
draft resolutions, expressive of the :
'W: upou :
OhS'f\ :
; : ltJOns.-1 f people! indulged( Extract (ii'I tetter Tccei\\'d d tf e B, cCJnOji.J ', the witlh-red before thomower's >
:: : pallid) countenance. grass :
the .eutinenls of ? ''e'/3 IL'1Ut74 datL'd : high estimation! in which they held
humani'.y their; t
joy sickle. As
time dow
t I felt 1 uf the
for :Imn .
: :t at finding any thing, would compassion: : i-AtJfiRA, Apiill1823.: ,their cteceased: fellow citizen. I
generally jl morninsr. and the -
as of the
It is I I herbage
a piiy med: I 41 ; John Dean J.is. N. '* >
1 t be damped by the consideration that Tlie corvono (yeres sailed: : liiis I Imurlliu Whereupon r Held
... t Somebody else must have lost it.-Bat --And lor what( sum is !he arrested]? t, ** for cu iliagenu, having; on : Harlrm.. Guy, John SHunter, more., ha: nun passcth away and is no

:.:1: may I not, (thought 1)) have t.u! pleasure Reader, 'it matters not, lie i is freo. I i bond Iroio GOtu 700 troops ; a 1 Esqis., and Doctor \\'m. T. Willis, To is who constituted his immediate

;;..p'I of restoring this to the :-izht owner /'row the Ra"lvlL ("fa..J li'fti'?. I I Creator part of the ('abeliov re iivient weie appointed a committee to execute friends and .
;:,rr Z 1 Trespass vi ct armis."-Ouj t| cii t i in her P AD commandant the| said purpose. a>sncintcs, while we
:::" 'III Wednesday ;.fterhonu( the inhabitants I I After the committee had retired bewail his umimely end, lei us en
: I And perceiving Fanny, who t { general; of the Navy, and MO.NTILLA, fora deavour}
to imitate his
:' f eras beside me, looking towards it of Delaware ward, were roused by a fonnerlv Governor of the city of Car short time, they returned and recommended virtues: ; so
':. 'tl with a curious .ve'WHAT I Horse with harness on, and a swingle- thageaa; ; and the depai; 'imeiit of'2tlag.! Mr adoption the following j(I be: honored.like him, even in death we nnv: '
? tree living at his heels that had resolutions. u<, -Jos:'lv adhering
t is IT LIKE ? icden, h.ive had; a brush mid it i is reported :
said I, smiling-Fanny, who easily crossed the bridge, and taken ;possession that lioLiVAK, is on his way Resolved, That the members com I to the holy preCt'pts of religion.(wh t1 '.:'
i-v4 concluded I of the side walk, until he to there 1 posing this the vain delusions of this! world, as to
: it to be a picture replied came to quell them. Padiih: is for a meeting, feeling sensioly I
:i Like an angel.-Now, (said I,) 1 Fernor-slreet, where he crossed, and ctl1'tittl'jolnl reform, & Muntilhi for ) the loss of their departed fellow ci ti-I us, shall have cndl' .) endeavor tori..c

-' lay a wager that it is moi'e like a be ir. again, took the side walk at full slcE'dslopped } Bolivar and his plans." f Zen, will wear t -.e usual bnduo of :! of blessed triumphant with the full prospect -J'f.. .

L -'-And 35'{ spokr, I opened it, at tho at the door of a house, witha From Colombia.-83' the arrix'al 1 mourning upon the left arm, fur time i t, a immortality.i 'J.tj

same time laughing at the conceit, strong indication of paying the inmates of the packet Brig Tamjiiuo, Capt. I space of thirty days, and recommend |i from the Lot'h-nna A'vsrtissrt ,1/jy IDlk 1

: find heartily'Vishing the person it was a visit, but had the door shut Rathboue, advices from Caithagcha the same course of respect to his Jru.iUul Catastrophe.Dy .', ,:
intended for upon him. Indignant at such unceremonious friends throughout the the, IVorth I I
were present at the decision to the I8h; ur. inclusive, are received. comity.Resolved steamer America we :"" ::
;i of the question. treatment, he continued his .-A letter cthat date says-"We further, That some suitable have received the following melancholy I-:- ,. ..

. '1 THE MINI.\TURF.;. course-turned the corner of Spring are happy to say that mir intelligence person be appointed, and requested iufornjation: :-On th() morning
;j:, j I do not love to be satirical on personal Garden street, and with a great dealt from the interior is of the 1110..t .satis- to deliver in the town of Sparta ofdue 14th inst, the ste.uner Car of I
!'p t: imperfections ( sangfroid marched into the front on tho 12th hist., an Eulogy commemorative Commerce Cocks
} but when'I'iew- factory nature. Juan Ma de Cast< llo Capt. on J her: passage _:
14' e"d this portrait, I could not help door of Mrs. Brown, & went up stairs is elected President of the Convention of his life and virtues. I hence for Louisville, at the I I head .,:,"..

\\ri N; thinking my simile far more applica. into the second story ; making no notwithstanding groat exertions Resoivcdfurthcr, That these resolutions .: of island No 2?, burst her boiler at :'

? l: ble than F nrty's. It was the miniature I trifling noise in his ascciir. Mr.' !I were made by Santander to get him- be published in the Mobile j I the after head which took a directiou .1.
4 of old I Straub, who was plastering in a I Commercial Register, and that a coPY : .
an man, beetle-browed, passage selfelected. The pcll ty of Gen. Bolivar through the hurricane deck, destroy
:!'t.' sharp nosed, and'very disagreeable in I or kitchen chamber, opened the appears to be triumphing everywhere of the a:11(2by the President of : l ini; every thing before it to .the stern J

tf'; all his features, over which was spread door, and Old Gray, having made his and their triumphs assures the this meeting 0'1 be presented to his relict of the boar. The boilers recoiled
) a something, in my eye, far: worse I way into the back building, trotted j U-Miquilily of the country.1'-Other and f family. !i from theirlied! to the for :casthleaIJ \'-

J '; than deformity itself-a cloud of ill I into the open door to the utter consternation letteis to the same date, Mate, that After the adoption of the above resolutions I i f very thing ou that part of tlo ; "-
.1';; nature, and an air of oOIr. S. who retreated and IJolivar the lion. S. 'V"Oliver, main; deck
suspicion. i was on his way to Car tha c- a heap of ruins. The ,:
Ur left
i This is, indeed, no angel, said Fan- I him in quiet possession. Continuing na, when his arrival was expected ina was appointed to deliver the said Eulogy North America stopped at Uearfield's

. '. fty ; but we are used to bears = I his travels a little farther he few daj'$. Padilla, late military Governor and consented to the same. landing to take in cargo, when the .. ,.
!'" And recollecting 'circumstanc stumbled down a stair-case, broke the SPARTA, 12th May, 1823. cabin "
Curtha ,
many at ena, and twelve passengers accompanied by Dr. .
If'f; : we could not and with a tcrriblo crash Dear Sir.-The Committee<< Near '
help indulging our other persons who were engaged in appointed proceeded with the medicine
i t mirth at tire allusion.By'this came rolling into tho kitchen, causingno the late disturbance( had been ar- to draft resolutions expressive chest to the relief the unfortuuutesufferers. ( :.::
t t time we had wandered WA dism.iy and scattering of the rested, and were to be brought to tri- of their sorrow for the untimely death On their arrival l they .< )

l knew not whither ; however, I was :I ftimily and a great derangement of ;al. Some changes had been made of Gen. E. S. Greening and to miko; 1 found mba boar, the coast and the ;

:t. not displeased to find we were at the the supper table. ill the duties, the particulars of which !preparation for the adulatory address: tI } I firm housesliterally strewed with tIme .:. (:J;
i: door of [We understand that the horse was have e I delivered! by you this day, as the or-1 I dead the \
we not seen Business contined dying, and the wounded. ;;::
A UOOKSELLER'S : so much injured by the fall, that the dull gan of the body that they represented Those in '
SHOT, I. very at Carthagena. thi main cabin escaped' unhurt \_ :
owner, to him out of killed I
put pain, beg leave of
for the
Wherein I resolved to enter and amuse him the -b. you publicationof ; but of the deck passengers! and i!
I dare I same c"cuing.-Editor.] D'l\ sam in the Mobile Commercial -I! crew of :
myself. believe, said 1 STl.C. consisting more than sixty ;:
1' here i Valaabit Rutipl.-A mixture of __ __ Register i tow
are more things worthy the inspection i L----= = persons: very escaped. Our informant /\ :.
i of the curious than in the gunpowder and /log's Lard, applied WASHINGTON, May 12. Accept sir, th e respect of J I remained with the boat ; ai .:_ :.-

, nhole town b 'side'. For is it not curious immediately to the wound from a needle : Jfipointmcntt. by the President of the Uni: l Your ob't. servants. II their depart'lire 11 were dead and 10 : \

to co u verse with the wise and nail, &c., is said to give certain i Satea. JOHN DEAN: j or 12 cozlsieroda3t recovery, tS" ,
good of former ages, and to learn instruction relief.. Spirits should be drank when ALBERT GALLATIN, of Pennsylvania J\o. S. HUNTER I IViz. sides from 20 to 30 more or less injured -

from their works when their spasms threaten.Carolina Observer. and WILLIAM PITT PBKBLF, of Get, Com.JAS. ': Many of ths unhappy beings
Maine, to be severally agents in tho HART f I
bodies bulled!
are no more 1 Our II were literally otti.-is scalded
enterprising citizens, Messrs, negotiation and the I
upon umpirage, WM. T. WILLIS, from head to fbor and skinned: alive,
As spoke this, the mistress of the Hakewell, Page & Bakewell, commenced relating to the North Eastern boundary Hon. SAUELV.OLlvEn.. '
shop, who proved to be a sensible and on Monday last the cutting of I I of tho United States. EULOGY.My presenting; a spectacle at which 1mmati'ty -

agreeable woman, approached and glass by steampotcrr.-This part of JohN SAVAGE, of New York, to Friend :-We have assembled sliuf'Jerod. Some of tficininnaliwtr :
I tho hot tlieirthra'tta
desired me to be s ated. I bought the manufacture of'Hint glass, which he Treasurer of the United States in j fur srenm into
a solemn To
come books which I wanted, and was they have heretofore effected by horse the place Thomas T. Tucker, deceased. ,j I the last very tribute of purpqse.io the memory pay- their wore scalded. inwardly intO .,
respect lungs.
'( About inquiring for an "Initiatory 0- power, is carried on a short distance .Juurnal. of very
ration," puffed up to the skies in the above their glass works on the Mo- The Senate on Saturday last a departed Of aflection friendto shed the Capt Cocks, who escaped unhurt J
tear the
on grave, was using indefatigable exertions K*
New York Prints, to the great encouragement noogahela river. A neat engine often red in tho resolution of tho House of which now contains him. To fol I ,,w alleviate the sufTurings of the wounl-:

of the young Censor, horse power is sufficient for the Representatives, fixing the diy tjf ad- one of our foUovr! beiugs to tha habi- ed, 6r, to inter tho deLI: jr-th'Jcst .



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f Tor cr.ndorin vcrafts of the ship-channel, cnn] bsvc cm by a great effort oft great Nation one
; :.p v.- ',.. HU- '(,'I. i; ii r.iy p'vcr to give hiij pr-u-*
cJ : I" Commercial
v tliiinMnnce : for their evident tenor believed, and still believe; notwithstanding ui whirh even the Nations ;wmp 1.1mW

",",1.1._rl ...iU.. :. ship f7(vif/Yf I i is to ksen tlu l reputation, i in a nut tin- opinion of Col. {;\'tsd'n. that the Kurope feel a deep interest, and which in .

I..i'1: It. ( t)1. 'H,:nn\."., -.tt!I'd llom I ter in winch it is pe he rally admitted to project i ii neither visonarj; nor impracti point ofimportance is second only to that Port oPen -

>, iJolkTlie Communication I cableIt is possible ths-t the intelligent which would unite the Pacific with the I \ .
,..iviriii-i -Mi} !iur. for have born fairly: earned. The very i _
1 who have Seen to Atlantic. It is one which ought not to -' -
U. S. ship n (;/ ,-/':;, Captain i y'r1"i '! One nf t/ie CoJfI'J"u'UiOllttll, Engineers sent I i KXTERED.30A.
written in tone of sout- |! explore' may pronounce the project in> :I be abandoned! on.speculation reasoning
F brutt- in a
M L i part'cul-ir,
K I\.tSi\, lirt SIlJ 'rllil, i ness% which: stews at one the source, and ,!. practicable at this time, taking into view I I aprioi-ifthe ingenuity of one man I ] 30/A.-Sohr. Thorn, Reilley.

:y, \. \5 11:1': rWalw, Mill fulitnviig. thtC.W! :". Col) Oirid len clearly avows '. the object to be accomplished, arU the I is in: eqll*te, another may be found with New Oalt :1il Cargo for Fcnsacola

.,."...'r., -1.,,''P L .. S. Fr2''r I',.t.11"1.-/' .", ;I the matter which gave the first otf'ncei i expense to be encountered : but, I will; resources equal to Undertaking.. As i and St. Mirts! to order.

,'I in .i'l ?''. :s nl U. :. chr ,' the pronouncing the .ship-channel acrossi venture to say, that their good sense, and' far an 1 can learn, but one man has ),t CLEARED.May .

". Ioiau. ucre ut Dm :iMlh J.1/1h- i the Peninsula (not te Jiomontotyt a<5 the good mxnneri: will not permit them to pronounced project absolutely and
.it. i 31tf. Schr. Amelia Ratch
it And hei let i naturally impOS5i le. Jucette hcrnme f ,
: ; visionary. us S
t'ol. cal! it) of F.'oiula! visionary nroccT -I pronounce
f\ I for moment, examine tht grounds on'I (>jl. Gad-idem: does not seem to be aware iS'pw Oik-ans. Cargo; 12000 bricks.
The IT. S. Fl-mporW-tr Vircenr.ci. Cap. } andu- have the same tune pa lellI' a j.
tin rilJchlJ ut Valparaiso: It-tu; Ja- I itll tho variations of "floutingon clouds"j which C"l. Gadsden denounccsthe pro- hIt he renders even his own plans, bo- Sclir. Thorn, Reilley St. Mark
I the olfspring of fdlythe'l'r\ 'I lute)}" practicable as they art/, obnoxiousto Assorted
TIll ..rv.AcconrMirtotheNr'v. j "\r biihblrs of the ima./ilatifn, &c. It j ; V 111) paper, Mr j must he admitted t btn'rr candid man I nothing of a visionary bnin. Hi? tells us : the imputation of fanciful, when he -- _: S__'
is imOJIlK IVhitoIiuR 'nOAI.luI1 cldlio''i that the herdsmen w! ofeed l1h'il'1u'r\\ pa.nts the bright visions: which float before
I'lunt, a n.vbcnjjer ii' ItitJotin Jay, :!t.t Ml* tO I Elm
'I. ._0.. _.1 .. .... I. ,--.';In t.4ttir-i ;: some }tirpp.se. for the benefit ot his conjtttuewts tlie Uills of Santa Fee are more competent him in contemplating tile luture advantages nt 'Vnn\e ,

(,e OIl\l"il" ::' ,:' cxcllhn.4 the timc !)1f f and that he ha* blown "air bubbles judges of the matter, titan the Greek of the steam boat Canul from ihe v uAff,Mn. who will come' well

!tie Coir.uurt.i.tl ( oi'vrntio!! bet wren the of the gination" that ha\e done Professor Cambridge or the Orator of St. John' to thee Alisii.vsippi! which the recommended, either ,in-foine Mercantile -
United Stateir d (;r..1t Ui"ti.in, **nJ tluticspccting much good fur Florida. Plymouth." Very likely' ? -these honest visionary ship channel tlf )11". White, ha I House or Counting fcoom. A line

!boun :tunes. Var br it from any one to find fault with worthy herdsmen are the Very persors placed under such weighty obligulions. I aliressd l to J. C. M. and left at this office -

.-_ Co!! UuKlen: for A mere difference of who might be expected to pronounce the i When Coi. (iidsdcn lakes up this ihrin', will be attended to. .

-- : = -- : opinion his opinions: would be treated project a foolish ami extravagant one, I am almost tempted to exclaim, Wiiu Pen
* *jk I .. .- "l ." :. ): : uith :ll possible respect and indulgence, from thir'ery knowledge

,' -- --- n'--- ---- --- -- provided he Voui Ill treat the opinions of has eh wlereJ' been accomplished "Vision: of Glory, spare my aching f'glit; !" ;

THl'llSU.\. Jl'K. Sin, 1Hl9, utiiers! with Utc like re.pect-but, if into by human mt-nns. I have read of one of "The farmer Kentucky, or Uiiio, is to the range of Manuel Gonzalez, du-

-- -- --- !!ranee, Mul contempt are manifested oilr Western Indian Chiefs, who lost all descend the rivers late in the year, and, IN the present spring, a Dun, pied d,

I'irift, tfaxs: )* /'. cn his p!r!, what claim has, lie to the credit with his Tribe, for declaring, on his Iduril1g the whole of the winter, to glide Sterr, about fi'e rs oldj marked with

.-,__' = '- .-- -=_: 'x':---- -= I! courtesy cit.tliuc wi j diflt-r fron him return from a vi>>it to the \vnites that he j leisurely. along the! coast from Mobile tui a cr.>r> Hiul a hole in the left ear, and no

.roJ1.-l'y R letter eceivetl in this place: To ))I'I)1OttflCC a project visionnrif. is to bad seen a canoe:: large enough to contain i IVnsacola, thence to Savannah, Charleston mark on tbe right ear. Any period having

r'-o- rn (.l u'r on boaicl the L'. S Ship I ejressconte.npt for it ; and to make the the whole of them at once It is not to"' &'.. in pursuit of a better and a still better lust saitl Steer, i in requested to come

Di-Ja-.v..U" ( dt. Downfs, u-e leam thai which been the henh'nen of Ahclma I and his back by the
application to one Has entertained such men as : maiket, winding way I forward and prove their property
that vrs-xrnvfu' at Gibraltar on the : th and acted on by the Congress of should appeal on such a subject.; Noneof I route oi'tlie northern canals and lakes, heI i Celeatino
Match: an i .;as to pr 'creil up the .\Itditeiratienn ( onza1ez.f .
in his
tbr United States by the Agricultural So- them hive seen the dykes of Holland, I may congratulate; passing I
in iwo nr three dR\. s. On the llthMuitti. ritiy: of St. Augustine, by our lJelt i.lte. where the titles a-i.l the \vaves of the I friends, who, with the tine adfenturoi5 Pen"ie.ola; :10th My, 1823.-12-It*

Lc'i tli-i-'y C. Prntl died ol'a | Mr. W hite, and by nnny other il1telht"ntpl'I'oJ1t Ocean, are kept oat by an artificial mound I spirit, having been wiiiteiin; South, aie re-

tli.: ".-> l'i t*r :-the I::ninihg officers aud I regret to Sty, might bethought of seventy ov eijjhiy feet high lace'l with I tiiuiin; to their hOlnc ,.iJy the circuit ol' the FOUND,

CIL ;L : I I! I'. by some to savour of aOo'er' stone, while the laud, below the level of j II West, laden with the f mils of ihtir"labor, NOTg ?; ned by Delilah Grubbi.

'H''llingself and thv.- sea is kept dry by me ins of thousands -I or the productions ot thtir skill. Ofwfiosr. A
consequence presump Any person having lost saitj note ca h
Hail' if the} Natchez. labor and whose skill Have oui
'h tion. Indeed, the whole scope of the of windnvlls CoG ilslei\ known have: the same, by describing it and pas'.
Th<> IViit-d .S tlt'oC' Sl-ip iNairhex' ("iBr .oHr.r, I three comtnun.cations eems to he not this from books ; but the Greek P'ofessnr 1 New Engl.vi'l{ fiiends beet compelled. to for this uilvertisemrnt.Kiujnire .

:'n lfCoirt.nnder, suited{ from this so much to maintain i'ie position that t'ie' Mr. Everett, has seen thos; dyKes! and I carry back their wniuns autl 'uoodenod.s, I JMJJ; at the Post Office.

1'oin-n :.: an impracticable, as Umt mu: v other wonders of hu nan labour. (or want of a M:irket ? It is only .1 liisjlu I PeTmc'.h,3ri.lime ]828123t:1'11:111EJJ .
of iIl1ldlliltilI-th' }let it -bnt not .
1t s
\11.1 f'W atlin: 'J"J :iiaht.! it is Orator of Ph- t pa
tvi: a visionary, project. Now, supposeit Nir. n'eJ.1teJ' too, the
wirtoutClIt'lIlIil! < thii false elegance, }
-> to be so, where i is the harm done ? II OIou htt-wl'y not tile .. Orator ol( Greece/ r OR STOLEN;
which to be the ruling characle.I ;- .
. t: !'* nd.'t.or: : oj'ff.e! Fit-di'jirksbni ; Va. PtJI I is very clear that it has done good, for it bus: seen the New York Canal: and hisen-I tic of Col.appeal all"it'U'* stle, mid which is the I .llt the Plantation of the Subscriber,

: >td1":1! i is wid rl mistake; h-'ffJlllao' j/1'4 now gcnerallv concededthat on account I lightened mind, stored with every ku-l of I ffi.'JrI' t.'Krrtunlinary it* me Col., in his general ii'iT) St. Hc5aSoun(!,
Cuunt-f. i: *ct ;t tt.'i>'.;;:Sc! ---he is a Justice ot thisdsioxtirii project, twentythousand knowlod' e.is surely} as eapubic ot'jiu'ging1of departiu and conversation, is remarkable A. 1)a'k i\a 11ois

.,1 tlu 1'1n'.wt;.'i.'l' he IaC\ tr foughtjt dollars was voted, for the purpose the j practicability a great N'aiion I I'-r jilainncsj goo lt sense, and : ,

: .lu J I or HI*!. '.\C .1,1 not infounrd ; but of making; a san'ef'llm: the Atlantic undertaking! as tile herdsmen of AUoima.The I freeitorii from at'ctalj.m. It i is 'lut my dij .. ) .) About eight years old, and
tifiit >(' tI.i" ;':.u IN a n-i.-take. The followjntr to the Mississippi with tire view of ascertaining herdunanVoIII" in all prob.thil-( blacTctianc
; good j sign to critkiae the compnKiiions ol" Col. fourteen hands high; !
; r i-iar'v picreuo ;);L Corny us Hdvcrt the practicability of a aifiim ity, pass a thousaulAnt :\ thousand times, Ga.lsll'ut is to pi test .i ;.iiust bis applyinf i'\ ;= and ta'J- c-t, er>t the

-':iu nt of 7th Apnl; I, rop'u fidn tins pa- boat canul, in case the ship channel shouldbe through the cnUThllc&l'alte) of Abcbui I in I luture, the r"intuiriflions epithet t o{" I I: b J.k fore lock of his mine, between -

: j.t-r -'11.f Ust Pl'.} ii"h tiazette contains found beyond our present means. It and among it1 glts y bk.s, and never II iisi'jnarye\e.i with the in.'or./-rtlOUi qnililication i. his cars, in which there are white
t'i(- fi"tlouiiig! noiici This Thutnas Comynsj i is fair: to infer that Home good was: done, dream of a canul of any ki-ul.I I Co I. C.i Is. i ofniinjaifi'eTit, t., a scheme which i hairs mixed. *

< a ('ulHitah., (. IIf' has fought one duel, by connecting the two, ai the latter had den must go' e some reason for hii opinion has not met his approbation, although approved 1 will give a Reward of Ten Dollars for

A.'iccs nu if", i:, loud m y of j.i'lg'i lie*SpOil"fuun .}Hl'scnt appear- already been presented singly,. without more satisfactory, than the ;nere assertion by men of equal and superior intelligence. the lei'n ery of" the Horse to mr in Jen-

success-an object sufficiently sttikirg, that the project >s impricricable because It may appear. visionary; to him, sacflif! or on St. Rosa Sound ; if he i is taken

and important was propably wanting, and;' it is vi IoiLaxy', or tint it viMOiiiry because I as m.iny projects- which he considers quite up in Florida' ; or 'Iwenty Dollar if

L'nfur'nnate Occurrence.-OnF iday last ibis was foun.lin the proposed ship chan: I ;t is impn-cticubie. In the Vtords of pr-icticable would appear \isionary to per taken out of the Territory.It ,

nn 4'(('U'-r(Micr.w Jiicii tlcpriifd a man of hisJit Iwl. Col.! Gads-len thinks hat mir Delegate Sliakespears', sons ol minds less expiuideti-attid lie onglil is supposed that said Horse has been

', nappfiicd: :u thU i |>lacc. The affair has I should have kept It out of view and to suppose it possible there are persons of stolen, and put on board a barge, which
t'oJ"1 ,'inr a Jiiiiiriai inveMigttfion, and n I'll have gi iaujiMore ; whom
his the
to to
presented the former singly, as had been ] relntithan tiii. superior judgment pro.ject left tins port for Mobile, about six weeks
_ hid iiui'ice of it is all that is necessary I which Ilk understanding is not sufficiently -
donr his intl ifhr S
r ijt m pear that! Midshipman! James i*. by predecessors ; I and, I am constrained; to sar: that after a enlarged' to comprehend may appear ago
done so, in all he would have l
noii'k. h.ivittf rctna .tijif wilh a i arty : most careful perusal of the three co-.n-.n-i-! neither visionary nor i-npnicticable. j .
ot men, hum the C. .S. ship :Natchcz, for met with the sinie: success, and mild I IJIr.i.'f 19th 18210 3t.ALL .
I nication", I can (iml but two reason f for watt/uft-thc Canal! '! May, --
have been entitled rcrcnonx a ncs
_ tic pu;'. osi* of wateiinf, one of the men.IVtcr to the same praise. : the confident :-portion that tbe project i? !
Aiilri'Jp.-.or Kdtidgtdcseitcd! -that Col. Gndbden is not aware that be i is proving I Commissioners, as they are stylrdhave pu:- !|t L---
not only imjjr-irticable b'lt isi"i-irv ; the suiited their I wIl venture : \TIC.\ .
_ on gf'-n: ou lwanr.. Sclifiick reported I to ut, that we should have been veryjnfnrtumittr rep-ut. say
I I first i is: the elevation of tliM '&: itHng' less
that erratic sermoniser ever paid rtgard -
no havi claims the
t'ip d! :!ertion, and was otifre : ground ; the second!, the *b iliownpss of to his text' than these ''o the
rlioro, employ a (>u? ahe.) to arivst AdriJpe : him to represent us; for, on his plan of reporters 3te of FHISCISCO LLOPIZ deceased -
and fo bring1 nim en boaid-that ho considering the ship channel a visionary the Cast on tht! ? Western side. He declares objects submitted to them ; to investigate are requested to present them to tb<
_ _
_ nr<4!od. ii Con t.tI'\"ho! ar- II, project, we should, most probably, have .' that he had lonz known ofthili elevation the consequence, practicability! and probable Sul;criber ; and all persons indebted to
tr\ Aldiitisff mal d li\ered of 180 to 200 feet, and tint 1 it was cost of opening a comnnuicatiwnfrom I said
Tt l.itn on the lost the nppiopriation for the general survey -'I I estate, are requested to make immediate -
_ _. I / his liist the extent of th-
"tarf-tl.11 t '-chenrk then made sigtial I of our country and coast with a view one of tie reasons for condemning the Gt1'ph'caud payment to JN. DE LA llUA.
,I I the It is that this information assistance that be derived from the
for n boat and while thv nere \\ aitil.fUI to canals. He be a canal project strange may ExecutOr.
good commi -
_ tinr I.) come, Aldridgc jumped in'o a boat I I "sioncr. but he shews that be would should not have been more generally -I teiiral (loveinment in aid of the undertaking Pensacola, 15th May, 13289'f.PROPOSALS .

tvf.kh was lyiog at the wharf, hoisted sail, I have been bad diffused: It i it well known here that and the crisiS on wKich private capital .
a very diplomatist or ne- "
___ __ and telir.! G' Mr. Schem-k he might go to |I I goriutor. This visionary project sor General t !Hernard declared to many persons may be enlisted & The result of this -

hell," nihde oft11'. SchenVk diSptlChc.'d'D that Uns ridifevus entirely unexpected formal resolution and legislative appointment
;; from ha\'ngdone any harm, has mr st,materially -I to be nothing more than this : For publishing in the City of Mobile fl.tt
\\ ho \ a* in company 'jib him and Uftd occasioned no little Sit! appears
for H sirtHii:
coveifd <>. boit: under tiic \vhuif. and, two canals. The ca-e ot Columbus ms'y have to be surmounted, but I deny th.it Sinners, retire to their closers and one oi 'TO PC J-XTtTLED THESoutern
been an inapt illustration, on the part of them draws a report, in tine, flowery,
nrgio br.ys beiap nestr, he jumped into the nature has placed her seal" on them to up Observer
boat ordered! the Justice, and Col. (lads Jen may be right i,f language, which docs not contain one practical :
iK-gicf Jot Jo assist him, and I I Forbid the attempt-or that the attempt,
pursued i1.: Illst9 t..r.ldr t1t'I'1 ceiving in finding fault with it. The rightly with in idea, not a word ofT level*, distances, By W. D. WADDELL, k Co.
momentous object ,
i most view
that }'t *}ioiddtr\ ovurtaKeii.iiunud towards stated, however, is not entirely inapplicable would a be worth at l least cost, proposed routes for one single mile Custom has rendered it necessary tor
the shot, and, at the mlJlUl'lltlr.. Schenck : it was not afier the discovery of A- worth not critical} examination miking which has of Canal-ui-thing iu abort, upon which! the Editors wher. they throw themselves o"5

vas juu-piug into the 'cac lit' was in, lelt it merica, hut before that occurrence, that a been made. HAH the, elevation Council can base a single act or resolution; the Community for patronage to state theprincipe

and look to the ujtir ; \]r. JscJienck, followed the magnificent sheme of Columbus. I never surveyed yet Col. Gld'lh'n:4 Engineer nothing with which they are not Is vell acqiiiiuted by which they will be governed

_ f\e'tooK, and collared him ; Al- pror.ounced visionary Columbus, form : been fr What by j is its width! ut the s-rnmit an before the report, as after it. in the discharge of their duties. We ira ,
ridge imrucdiaie.'y; : ft'iudJr.. Scl.enck by ing his opinion on the works of the eelebrated Nuw what i is the meaning <>f thi- I A ill! not Hepnblicans of the Jefierwn' School, and '
whnt i is the distance through it, one mile
the cravat ; nd! attt-mjilrd to choke him, traveller, Marco Polo, thought by say witrt Justice (as I learn be does, from are opposed to the latitudinarian construction .
_ which Mr. S compelled him to desist finm, sailing West he would reach the Kingdom two mils, or five ? Of what i is it composed Col. J.id-di'n's comniuuratioii! ) that it was of the Constitution of the United

__ I three! of the Grand Khan and find direct ot'sHiul, clay, orjitone? Nt a word of intended{ for electioneering purpoHei-for I Slates ,
by tno or priclts m the uiist wiih his a t as as dirk ; a srnfllt- then ensued. during which passage to the East Indies ; in the prose- these important particular On jui accurate tli d.1 un any connection iu iiiis allairvitii We deny the of Congresi

Aidiidge; v.oii'he npjtrvould go to the cution of this: visionary project, he di..r.o- S'.trv.y, the two hundred I fet might the small politic* of the Ten itory ; but I I I to carry 0:1 Intern: Improvements power in
mil!! alive, and that the! Midshipman! should vered America, which, until the day of s-nk to seventy or e* *hty,!hut a litth morf vvll say that it wa'i very useless. The of the States without! heir consent any but
I lliHii the deep cut of tbe I Uv-lcware Canal 1. fist ol" the 15 taken uithan ;
poishunh him ; and kicked Mr. Schenckin his death, he believed to bs only a part part icpurt up in making this frank avowal of our frentimyntw -
that of the Welhivl anJ mucb of what
less: than his lrical notice has been
tie birast I
so to knock him down
as falling of the Kingdom of Chipangobut no \ve do not wish it to be
\ I lea the celebrated Desnhogiof 1aX dnie in and elsewhere, hi favorof underto
also himself with the) force f the blew *than Co-igress,
; one pronounces the project of Columbus, that we are oppose.I fv the
both io"', Al'diidge recovering first; and as in sailing to the Westward in search ofunknown ic(>. The reading: of Coi. G.ulsden will Florida canaU unsuccessful attempts, I Internal lniprovenentsbut principle
_. he was iiMknie nt Mr. Schmcli with vio furnish hitn with man) instances: of works mnde by Gen. Call, to induce Congress to I to manner
cos- ties, a visionary project. I :n which they are carried
Jf'IHf',1\1r. S. made a plun eat him with his of greater n''ig'l1itl1fle uccoiipliVnedhy humin act un the Mibjoct, successful ones by Mr. I on.
This As
undoubtedly comparing natives <
great o
dii'. If White-able 'i-.n ill ers industriously occupied Virginia and adopted c'iti-
they h-iuir both east-deep in the uaei perse"'r nce. a dt-e-p cut can be
with small and bumble-! of .\I
things more comparisons zens baT.a.wearc
) -A" i, li inflicted a wound in the groin of effected for the passage ui' snullcr ressels far the last eighteen months, iu cxplo- proud that we can
be suitable. Mr.Vhiteis .
Aldru'e.. and caused his death in a short might more it can be made large enough for ring the country amid the roa.'t, with a view conscientiously suppJrt doctrines common
\ not a Columbus, nor i is Col. (;:uls-! in both States and
: tj.n:', Tiu-se fnits \ ( le amplv proven on \ ships if \i'Md:: warrant the expense. I of collecting! rli necessary inf 'riuation, and as Soutbrons we will
the li den. an Archbishop Grenada. The New the i.te.uiwhile! as the result soon streiiuoubly advocate the interests of the
ir.e< a'jon; and. while i egret must be I I T:) tb'tt I the extencc; would not be 1m may
felt At the n-snlt, no shadow of blame York Canal, was denounced, as a viai nwy the t !h. expected, the CoimnissiorjerR miy they South, as tar as m-'y be consistent with
is no prftOt. visionary nature
'Attach; to Mr. S'clunck, who in the discharge C"I-1 i pirject. by all the narrow minded, by the of the undertaking But has the decline what could only be their spr.cuhUvnideas those of the whole Union, which shall be

oil-is duty, was pbtced! in such.t I I i em ions, by the bigoited; and even by Col. furnished an estimate of the ex- on this division of the subject referred a paramount consideration.
situation many personsofintellipence. The setm to themud they do not ilecfine, With tn tfie
th.it in order to save his own life, would it million five yet respect great political: ;
it boat scheme had to encounter thr same pence one or but ground piuceed, to I question which
'was ;ilis.hitdjinecessary! for ,him to take on spcculittii'i now agitates the Union
millions ? lithe work be
that of nnollirr.: Indeed the slight pricks in- incredulity, which still keeps down its not by I I I pronounce the channel a visionary projicthier we have no hesitation iti avowing our sco

flitted ',fl the wrist of the man, evince gieatcoclnrSs less fortunate brother, perpetual motion. nature, or physic impossibility, in myopinion .\ informing us that the United State titr-cnts in favor of the people's candidate

inoderation.and Joi ""arance. We '1 bese are also comparisons of too high a ., it wou1tljuitify any expence. If Engineers i were then engaged in. the very Gen. ANDREW JKSOwho has

.. he'ie\e' w*< txprers the nniveigrl opinion of mark for our purpose. And yet was it the ridge be composed either of-s'm'l.I same business, with more extensive mean, done more for the south-u-estern States
uH, whb h from that of clay, or ro kst the excavation can be accomplished. it natural to there would bean than
\c )heard tho e\idence and are I reasonings priori, any them wa suppose any other man now whose
trq'1illcith the fact,,lien we saythat, acquired their present importance No, From the best infurrnitumt end, at led-U for time present, of the duties of firmness, derision, and sound judgment.;
o far can obtain, the ride is but a ft** milesin Commissioners. It' the
who p
ucce8B-Alltl our
: frfl1flthst.rving censure,Mr. Scheuck it was from prncrical tojcctner with his ardent eminently
i il t.l Ml.: d width, :bnI the tide actually flows to its assigned them extended no fartiier than patriotism;
cn tilt,(\.If his conduct in this un- could say with confidence success 1 qualify him to
:_ pr.iin.f! fflir thedistresgir would themJ i base on either side, in the stream it di- the composition of an essay on Florid preside over the
; termination never crown uy, no destinies of this
lIf \\hi ->tL vides. Thc tides are known to rise higher preparing Memorial to great Ucpublic.
< or a
: tCHiitiot be
more deeply regretted doubt! did bay so, and on speculation, as I lu a of
i.III'V|. other than it is bv him: Mr.fhfiick Col. Gudsden condemns the bhip channel on the Atlantic side.than in the Gulpl: ; 1 Con Te ,, what was the! motive of the I has a, powerful community influence Freemen, the Frees
not this that the elevation : Council in selecting lor tlii.i -hence the Presponsibility rt,
was finally discharged, bv the across the Peninsula. 1 should be may prove general persons purpose 0' -
'! sorryto i ( Members of their own ? I 04 the conductors oft public
f agiMrr.tcs bf'furf'hom the matter wns the scheme even of of the water is liigherouthc Gulph, n \ body Journal. A a
!% ; pronounce poor understood that either of the : such it shf! be our
( nceas--
stpated, as and that f a cut 'ere made a current hare never
having committed the
.ct to be visionary, although so generally ing endeavors
HJlch ill had knowledge! of tho to merit the patronage of
Self-defence and after every CH- contemned tnost of would force jt through to the gentlemen grertter I
clt'or on his part t' avoicithe fatal -Rlter- I I I but not all those only whose by a.s it Cloes at the Point of Florida ? These subject ufcarialling, than other ititehiigtit I an enlightened CJT\1 lnity. We areawre
the learned, by narrow of the arduous
intellects suffice to conceiveth are, however, only speculation, and as men in the Territory. In truth, there ha\l t undertaking iovrfiich

------------- -- scarcely such ar'e presented with diffidence been 1 writings and essays, enough on tin: we are shroat to embark ; but hop'tt
-- =
---- ----- mystery of an apple dumpling. And and if Cot by industry and
subject already- Uadsdctjl' pe 'Itv rance to succeed.
COmiUNICATION.To even this theory. wild and extravagant as THe seco'nd reason the ship It
against cast his eye at Col. White's letter the btyonil ihe power of mortals to conin -

c ". -_ --& _- ___ : _ it may seem, has such reasons for its support channel, is the shallowness! of the Coast Secretary of'War, he will find rpa4.Jn 'as ,md snccfss ,

the Klito.-s of the Ptnraci.la Vczttlc.GESTLEJI as would induce well bred gentleman on the Gulph side. Hag the pinion of thick as blackberries' in favor of a Steamboat But fi'S'l do rn're-deuervej(."

\.- have if not au enlightened philosopher, Cot. G&sden on this s-.ibject, been farmed caual from the-Mississippi io tlie: Si. \\ i!it this brief outline wf our principle,
parti-alrtlcrlrcin read, i in your last who has been humbled by the very extent from a minute and accurate survey, by John's. this fjwpeclut submittedto
Ccl. (;adsdt' with of h"s attainments, to pause before suuuding and the depth of
a icnrr. of tin hubiic, for their!
the tA\.U. COMMISSIONERS Much of the report i is taken up in de- ptiouge.K .
he would cast reflection on the understanding ? I
a water not. We know that
anti presume u '
a (fOH-ininucatu.! signed One of I I scanting on the advant-ages of the acquisition coi'tcmplated thatthe, first.number
of an ingenious man, or sneer aI this the coast shonl ii that direction
is generally of the
C"mT'i8violll'T'8.. Of the propriety of Col. I of Flnridn, in a. Militarypoin: officis, Uavcrver. will appear on the first
I have no doubt that but what
to the shoal
conceptions. distance
; does
i.- uis con.pla.nt of the : I and the kind of feet and ibits most proper day October next; or sooner, if the materials -
piece signed the tunnel under tic Thames, the wonder extend to sea" three, five or ten miles ?
Justice I (.lor( which
1 aln unable' to for its defence, and it proceeds to remark one of the proprietors.
v say any thing, haever of the present day, was pronounced a Could not walls be made out to fifteen who is
!t'g' : read that Iroductionut [ 1 think without book, that t'luritllwas professionally: printer, will start

llitre are some things his thne visionary scheme. '' Vhat exclaimed or twenty, perhaps thirty, feet water, by olttaintdfor its Miiilury position: be- to, .he Noith in tew daya) can be transported -

______ "cah.ms "for is evident commit.U i every lumpkin and bumpkin, "make a means of the sofi limestone rock which veral minor canal, it is tl ue, are pointed to this City in time.CONDIF"IOXS..
flomI... they are all I road under the river, for people on foot abounds the
same pen) which I along coast, and an excavation out, in the report or ereajr, but in a very
PbsiIq; notice, more may dt-Krrvo a and in carriages to pass, and un ocean of effected between them ? Is it impossible general mid iadistlncl tnnnoer, Hud arc .

_1 pears rather to CtuilIetge'peci"U tha.n) Mft he ape )jcvater passing over their head!" And yet to deepen a harbor, or a small such as might be suggested by a glance at .THE OBSKKVKR for the City will t)'

iscusson: nd criticism Ji cI to court the tunnel is half completed, and its practicability pace on the coast ? During the late war the Map. On the whore, the production, printed on an imperial sheet, with ncv S

personal di'rencct' for Col. Gadsdt'n.whom*iming all is placid beyond a dbubt. If General M'.ller immortal.i! ,d himself by as ameie "" ay, njity be ett enough, bating : and handsome type, th.ee times awetc;

,_., 1 belie\ to bean intdligent knowledge creates confidence, it is also using tlie wgrds "1 will try. Sir !" The somtOiiug for what is exceptionablein during eight months, and cnce a week

\\"ortly man, I shall handle ,the u:-ul, and the parent Of nodesty. Bacon justly remarks coast is sheltered from storms from the stile, *H><1 allowing someibinj forbad for four months at eight dollars per'..-

,herb, and will not spare Wti TS that no man can pretend to set southeast, and a work of this kind once readers, when they come across such a nun. to be due on the delivery of the first

nl3tl Ui Pr' enied for criUcisir. : bounds to the powers of the human mind, effected would De permanent. An artific'ul conglomeration of hard Words as the following !- U Un ib er. .

sure. or cen. much less can he presume to'define. the island has been formed at the entrance I I -Afiicxiifa, Suwaney, Sttlnhaltht, The Observer for the Country will be S

'.(:d. (;r.chdcn boundaries creation. ;the Chesapeake, on which a I Aussilla AppJlalcfiicola, Choclawhalchy, published meekly, sti.d contain all 'the

t \'h.1: to (l..tract from remarks that lie has no 1 do no\ wish it to be thought that I am tort h.- been erected for the defence ot Pascngoula, Jhefuncty, the two Amntas. news of the City papers and new advertisements -

.. \% hite' I \lter the reputation of Col. either the eulogist or champion of Mr. that important ialet. Did not Napoleonaccomplish These unclassic names' have puttied the on a sheet of the ame us the

nlc-.t/"rs I aiuGtzcife leading ins three comrau- White, on this occasion ; still less am I worths of greater magnitude philosophic ghosts of Elysium tor a. mouth City paper, at five dollars per*IUmUII}; 5

-. Sorry to Ay, that it ii not: dwpoacd to withhold from Col. Gkdsden on1 thp coast of France, for the security of pHt, *u'd, among the re, t.Your } in advance. payable .

.';hc his, just share of pmise. 'I stand up :or the I hnrable servant
of IGtJi.r Navy f We are discussing the pus- : Advertisements inserHd at the usuilprice

I all thuse who, like myself, bare been ad-, abiiy: of ari undertaking .to be carried Aicbeuiides. *. S 4

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\ R"EW J\l\1). NOTICE IS HEREBY TO: T1iE fu1.1t.. C onv 3.nci\: I P\\i\a 1\\1\\n. album

mP Thw number of the 1'enracola Gazette and fytJL I ir. bUnSCRJHEK! respectfully informs ANDLiterary 1't'

WllEKF.AS MARTIN IIU rro, who MVEN, Weft Florida completes!four%lume 5, his friends, that he will still I|

conictet of an attempt CfpHAT( on the 29th day of March. 1828, winch have been puLlit4h'd under the ljJCru; draw Deeds, Mortgage. Hill* of hle, 't' Ladies' Gazft,.
wli United State mail broke the und iUirui this '
to the
a he r alMond lnce Editor,
I levied an attachment on lei of its nrcsciit Powers of Attorney, and other Instruments ( 'J Mrtl f'olnmt.J
tr jail of Pensacola, or. the night of Thursday whole o.'ly number hat e Iwcn issued!
personal property of Mr. Joseph Y << period tn ? of \Vritirl -, i in; the most .: -
ic': 15th May, iust. I clc hereby offer a Horin hiib 'IICt:fruw tile City. White licackrtowledgemanyimj i* thus prematurely wr present
; .
Crtiiai the suit of Mr. Thomas : IT out.
absent .
., I lit I. > ifectioii &. .definennee.which I forms f on the usuaL term- ; and solicits a '!' befisrc the Mimvfous
Reward Dollars Wilson of Baltimore. in the continuance of their I patrunsuf
of Fifty have dwubtk-w Iweit apparent manner Orders. the Philadelphia Album, und the
Henry Wilson it IKU boen conducird! he cannot. hat |hUlc readinf
for Hasell Hunt. public pjenerally, with a Prospectus
the of
re-apprehension ana delivery that he claim crudu lor Ins !assiduitynd of me
haid U. S. Marshal of the a ....-al mayjw'tly i in its mana? -nient, and for Ins feeble 1\1'V.* March, 1H28.: Sd Volume, Inch will commence on tha

r, Western District of Florida cndeavotj to "ive j.atis ft r.tiol1. Voting :ami inexperienced ; tt )th of June; 1I 'xt. The liberal: manner in

MARTIN llUTTOto Pensacola, l&t April, 1828.-3-tf. 1 :In undertook the publication (If a VOJl.J1lCl.1L;) 11 0 TE L. I which the work has been hitherto tncour

I public journal 1 with tnncli distrust as to hi? :t .ili- ; :axed the letterof
any }1tSh:1or Jailor of the tf. States HEA-S FORKS &c. i ics to difcjjars'e the arduous and rcspunsibkjlutiefl I THIS House, lately! occupied by Maj'r. we" are daily in the; congratulationvncK h bit of |
Said HUT() is about sit feet high. which, would devolve on him, bui with a WIUUHT, was wpcncil on receiving .:

stout built,. dark complexion! .. has large THE Subscriber has just received pr f firm dofcnnittation, by industry and prrsevuranee -I.I the 16th of February, by the Subscriber : f rom our numerous stibscriberj.anvi abuv
from New Orleani-ma- the he needed, ando who solicits! all l the flattering testimonials of 'olnmen.'
black whiskers, and a very bad countenance. to acquire experience i respectfully a share of the Pa-
." It i is supposed that he has made ,: king his assortment of Sea -Store very st:,nd w talllp n )hw own tnleius! he they I tronage of the Public. All, which the localities elation which have been: a> generally atl\!
over f ;.bltHe has Steadily pursued 1 the I I publicly expressed in (tie editorial
so CUt-
for complete : afford shall be studiously provided,
Mobile, and intends to talcen shiptig .
which lie thought correct, and, solely of brother publisher, induce
p' .' Macaroni, in baskets coarse urnnt our : ;
uiu it*** jiace tor tim North. i and very attention devoted to the quiet and I II i I
and \waknese8 of
Vermicelli in boxesCSruyere responsiblefor: lire errors I comfort of those who will favour the House to believe that the work h.tt: obtained: 4
4 W. Hasell Hunt, cheese the Editorial deparnnent of the Uazettc, lie I f character both at home and bro tdwhmcifit
h hopes that a srnall portion of praise may he with a pieferenrf. I
tt Post Master. Patte gr.isse do. awarded to him, for an honest.expression!' ofhifl' An excellent Billiard Table, attached to is creditably! sustained. wH t.otdiv

'u Post Office Pcnsacola, 3 Raisins, Prunes, Almonds : opinion?, and for his earnest emlravoia! to advance th* establishment: occupyiug a separate.' honor he rep &Latiun of American raiscej.

; 'Florida' 16th May 1828 5 Champaigne Wine the interests oldie City and of the building will contribute to aml1 ementwith., laneous literature, and entitle it to a fir

aJlJutto: accompanied in his Famil l'l. our tory. Terti-j out interfering with the good order and portion of that munificent patrouje

Enoch Hove, who has yesterday escapeby received Do do half h1s.! We have received from the Community under a? j\I quiet of the House, and private parties can I which late years has been so indiscri.ninutely .
much and ,
.''Wft forty-nine lashes and storfd in the Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Pork existing encouragement cir'umttnce' we support htri a ,right to t'Xpeeti I be always accounnodaied with a distinct L I lavished upon works ofaniiniu-!
Mackerel, No. 1, and No. 2- sitting room.There tive charac'er.: Since the comm
Pillo'ry two hours, for the crime of Uurg. ; and to many individtl\rs we are illd .tedor Jlcemtllt
lary. '1O3ti. Superior Goshen Butter f their exertiCJH; to serVe us.by illuea"ill tlw is on the premises, one of the hpst I of this misceli'any, two years ago{ a host

; : _. Best Cincinnati covered Hams circulation (if' our (paper u/id! cndeavoiiiig to : Stables in the place, where Horses shall be I weekly I publications proJe' &iiig3inAr|

Notice is hereby Given Middling Bacon, &c. i promote the interest? of our eFta.li llIlIelit. To strictly attended to.JOHN ends and advocating similar pnntipl

Julius these, and to all those who have really pntroniMMiMS. GAIiNlEIl. have started up in almost every to\viian |
GrplIATatthenextTe-m of the Hon. Pescay. we tender our grateful acknowledgements ; <

4JL the County Court, I will present the Pensacola, 26th. 'eby 1828-50-tf. ?)eit it is useless to deceive onrselvo and others; 1'GltMS: ; :. village in tne Union. Itiswrhtath: -

; accounts and vouchers, ff apply for afinal 1 by concealing the fact, that we need more extended Poaid per Month, .S; :5 tion,"We discern that the appetite tar Inll-:
aettlement of the ( patronage and the more pruinpt payuu-n cellaneoift literature has been wliettci L .
Estate Thomas Corns 1 t Day Boarders, ilO ,
YTBST: of all suhl'critiolVe li.ivc been anxious this circumstance the
tr 1 myna senior deceased. fLOftlDA. I Dinner To understanding hu '
that our should be known and hat,,
pa per been enlightened, and the taste
Thomas Commyns A Vtzw OF WEST FLORIDA, I thIerefore1h| been willing heretofore to extend Breakfast or Supper 37 q'licken1 -
with desire to and .
its indulgonce!:: to those who, with intention* really r Horses per day 1 25 \:< a peru e I'o c::..
Testamentary Executor. EMBRACING Geography, Topo works of thi character, and of merit :S
to patronir.e n-*, weie not able convcnioi.lh" to per ijoutli 20 hj. ,
: Pensacola, May 10th 1828-9-6t. with an Appendix, with the condition advance ving for their ostensible artd twofold:
:4i4 '_ j ._ j comply to pay-in I'encacolaFcbrnary 20th, 1828.-45 tf ends 0 ::
of its
":, treating Antiquities, Land Titles. hut it is now time for:all such to prove that they f I J'": instruction and amusement. The cr! i ? )

'OTICV.LL and Canals. have uot been imposing upon our accomod.itinj I Madeira Wines Cordials F"C.I ceedinerly cheap Fate at which '\<
TOGETflEU WITH j disposition ; ad a mode of proving it, we call S these periodicals! are pubhshv-1 .
persons having claims againt the A Map of West Florida upon them to pay up all arrearages, and at the I I) ECEIVEU per Schr. Oricans tram ald liiAmusing .'
topics which
Estate of MAKCrt HOJUFAT deceased I lame time tociidcnvor| to increase the circulation: Qj Philadelphia, variety aredu.cussed : .
Exhibiting a Chart of the Coast, a Plan of of and allow in their pages, has been
are requested to present the same to the nnr paper ; not to our subscription 10 cases superior Old London Particular produs.
the li*. to nc shortened, because we demand payment rive of that natural con eluene, which
Subscriber and all% persons indebted to Madeira me.j .
: said estate called City: of Icnsaco\a for our pat laboia, and expect ua asuranct 10\ Old we in particular among our cornpetitorj
i; are on to make mime of f fiiturc I j Port "'ine.
support. I fur
diate payment to JOHN iE LA KUA. and the Entrance of Penstcola; Harbour.Br T. our friends:>> in and about the City we j| 10 Cherry Brandy; Superior. .! public blessed approbation\\'itb-n wide, have been so

Jigentfor Ihe Admiux JOHN LIE WILLIAMS. have always endeavored to render our establishment 20 Cordials, first quality assorted in l largely : and hicrcasr: _" ;

4i Pensacola, May 15th, 1828-9tf. Just received, for sale 6vW. ; useful, by the gratuitous exposure I. the cases 1 doz.: each. I ing patronage. It is true, the facilities -. '1I
.P; 1": 1.In. we enjoy in point loculiotf, su-.d the In -.
Hasell Hunt.Pensacola of our exchange papers to all who felt 10Vine Bitters. ....:.
.- Clmnecrry.Jackson 8th Jan 1823. inclined to peruse them and while we are 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. rary stamina inherent to tUe reflection l> J,.
aware that allowed thorn 3 hands nature of our city ; has possessed us of
-- by so doing; we : Cherry Bounce.
Superior Court, ;:: anticipate what was to appear in our columns I- 6 Half Bbls. Anniseed!, Peppermint many advantages of which bur brethren tare
i H. NIsBEL'
Western District of Florida, we confess we have been astonished I and Cinnamon CordIals. deprived. All these prope.ties or

March Term 1S28. BEGS i leave to inform his Friends and and provoked when remarks to our disad' For Sale by good fortune have increased worth and

: Customers that he ha* recommenced vantage have been rcyorted to us, as coining abundance with the existence of our .
Thomas --- ---- --- p-
::J, Hull, Complainant, 1 business at his Old Stand, from those wlui, without patronizing uin S Ii' H. Nisbet. per. The regular contributors to the

I;! Jlomeo Lewis vs., Uichard C. rtI. \.. w here he has for !Sale a very good assortment i any wnyhavc taken advantage of the use PensaeolaDec. 20 1827. work are numerous and good, aa : the occasional

t P .:;: ofFresh of our papers.Ve trust, however, that donations which are De'n..ttl.lf.,
Allen & Simeon -- --' "
1 Cook Dcf'ts.!! J he number of these impoltlt gciilltmen, i is DISSOLUTION.VIE flowing in uport us from the "J
It the Seasonable }Cenero'iy
appearing to Court Goods
by the Affi
i hut small, and that of literary with
a large
f '-U of strauge.s, those
FIMLIT emanatirr
; davit of Thomas Baltzell partnership & HOSH-
.. Eq /that HICU, Ueceived l the latest those
; hy arrivals from New who find our paper uninteresting, u. from the anibilioua
: ,, TON, in aspirations: of
}/.I ard Allen, one of the Defendants in th York and consequence of tne death of youthful
. s Philadelphia. from the reason just mentioned, t" ill con ic1cr i- Mr. James genius, keeps us '
Illshton constantly
; ., : resides is dissolved all furnished;
cue, out of the District of the Territory 3,3 and ; perSons -
$ 4 that
Point it is
Blankets make it interesting
t I : .:;1, our duty to having claims with a cho'ce variety ol solid; and ,
r in which the said Bill is! filed it is 7-4- and against the late firm, ier.;
,j ; 8.4 Striped UufficM Blankets to our friends in the couittrvwho have viJ! citing literature.
.t. 'j ordered present them to the subscriber for Among our
: that the said Defendant corres-
1 bale not the
Pi, appear superior Heavy Whitney dw same: advantages fioui oar establishment -
!I : and the said Bill settlement, and those indebted pundents we can enumerate bl() :
answer of the sa'ulComplainant 3 bales White & Drab! Flushings as themselves.W are anxious will; persons rdprl-
.ij: : on or before the first 1 ; corne forward and make phers essayists, novelists anj po-.is, all
j day of the Blue and black imperial cloth to accommodate and to }lilease all, as frti
,tr, !1 ; blue as no indulgence be anxiom to win the meed of .
next Term of this Court, and i i in can given.JAMES an enlightenedpublic's
c otherwise the aiixt: cassiineres sutinetts our power ; ami in Mutn u'r expect
t:;:t"if'4 ii: Complainant's Bill!! shall be taken pro con ; super super and; assorted : that all permanent rcsiil, nts of iii City awl FI.VLAY.KicoIa approbation, and all coaWiuig:
t r. : fess. common fancy P'n 20th. No,'. in the generous rii airy ot talent.
8-9t prints 7-8 and i its vicinity who pnrt tkt' of our courtesies, 182r.-.16-tfAlMUj If there
; 4 Irish
t Y 'T: : '- -_ linens ; Irish i is department which has
rn JJJl a J will not not been
f.1 la to contribute the
I j U* wns dimities neglrrt to Uppl'l't
; ; super 6.4 I Subscriber has
Plantation fancy ging of just received I per Sustained! with sufficientjiid.n.ent :
It !
our atl:1t
Yor I'npiTIVnsacotu :
t itt-'l hams JL
Salc"I ; white yellow, red and green fiauuela Elizabeth, Forsylh from New Or- I of the! editor. And even here
,, I ? March 14th 18- 8. were we to
: ,
: :} ". ; QfftjllE Subscriber wishes to sell his right I ; black and colored bombazetts. leans, a very lar -e assortment of Groce- credit the flatteries of our

.[ i :; 4 of pre-eiwption to a plantation situa printed bombazetts aIl Salisbury flannels ries. He I oilers in addition to his ''OJ'mer rics, we might lu\e spared cotempora-

;!i ll J. ted on Saint Tfrsa's Sound, twenty five Ij ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton l twlls; j NOTICK.Undersigned tock :- this confession. Hut whatever ourselves this

1 ... 'I; miles; from eimacola beaverteefis, linen H": is authorized may
t t ; together with a cambrics cambric T by Champ.igneVine, in Baskets of 1 toz h have been heretofore, hereafter it shallbe
Pt., h stock of cattle tLIerconcuiisisting of about I I I hdkfs ; Haroge htlkfw; black Italian cr.ipe j the leg ii representative of Jna.vira LI-? each: warranted superior bettered. \Ve pledge it with '

1wjL; One Hundred Head. The Flotationconsists financed robes ; g'liig'iianido,
ttIt: :it of one hundred and s'itj'; acres patent threads, Ku I ridiapcfb, puii! : and mcr!)' of this city and exectrrix: of the i! 7. intr Currants and awakening{ viour. Di-pending'sts ncreasing years, .
. : 1t.li of good Und, about fig rca book muslins estate of said deceased we :/iF.
fifteen of wiiich have Madras und Britt Mirny, to ufft'rlor Ponchoitf Tea do, solely the of
. ;;jf been cleared. t 'a hdkfs.i b sale Prunes upon opinions the public ,';
comp'y flags, fresh
;; figured very
crape for the reputation, and .
- '. i.1f 1'or terms, &c., apply toIlaudall resses ; white, Droivn and mixetl Cotton One l lot and house thereon, No. 281, k/tsins ., circulAtion.di consequently the ..
our snail
;, .I. : j: Alfis. half hose ; white and mixed worsted and on Intcndencia Street, in tliis; City. AI.uonrfs.r ., to please that public we and render be assiduous ., .';:':\
"' ..iourseh'es
.J : Pensacola Ii&mb'i1:011 (io ; fine linen hose, ladies One tract containing 22 Cabaleria"of .Mednc Claret of 1820'I ;
.tJ' May: 1st 1828. more justly: entitled
. 7
-tf. their'J.
white and bick) land situated betwixt bivuti'r and tiscaloasa
:!\ t cotton do., lead, slate, Rye Whiskey benefactions.-The tone ot our sentiments
;;. and black worsted do. piain and camhlct the Bay of Pensacola.! Tii.-: iiaturot the! Gestien: Butter
NO always the colour
i JCE. of '
I'" cloaks, furniture check, bed-ticking, gtound is siiid to he of the best kind lorniaiiiii'acturinr do. Cheese our judgment 'I,1will

.,..:'fu'J M, ALL persons interested in the Estate I cotton thirtinj-, oil 1 cloths, black superfine i : bvicks, and the prox-nuty; I I Beef m i bbls. for family use the only, amlsincer.ty moderators and on justice the strictures f.tll: !! be ; :

:=.t. 7'uoMAS: J.oytEs, deceased, ...rf' bombazines, fancy belt ribbons, black and a'f!' well as easy means of conveyance, With an additional supply of Dry Goods judgment. All that of
: f t hereby notified that the white satin and .. must make the Hard ; I can serve tu in"i
i Undersigned, mantua do., Irish shirt- properly vt-ry rnluaole. ware, Glass ware & Queens .
;I.... Clerk ware ; struct and to amuse, all that is
I. calculated
of '
:rtL ,I, the County Court, will ex-oficio ing.8-4 damask, i La own linens;super back; \\' Hiisell Hunt. Sv>ld Low for Cash. either, to enlighten the :
I i administer
; said and understanding, or \
on Estate and
.?! ':a.l1. an order of the Hon. the ; pursuant lo printed shawls plaid and hdkfk striped, BaptUte! ; Pensacola, March 20th,1828.-2.-tf. J. Pescay. to improve the heart, will be eagerly and -:
Judge of the ; printed Water
; tft'tt: County Court. loo shawlsifuncy silk Pen ac01a, Jan. 11th, 1828. assiduously sought after, to adorn our pages. \
(1l.CS ,
" J..: I, rums thread, 'f lll The
! .
' k}: 'I. linen l gloves, liu tapes, Russia advocacy which in the outset '.
: Crupper Clerk. shirtings,
=: T3WN OF
millM drab Va M&S MAG-l'lOLJA. we professed for worn:*!*, and which
cloth blue & J\lag\\zin we
t red suouds .
; : By J. G. Drake &c. in the believe has been the :
I) new Town of _
. 'tr '" '' Cleric ALSO, lOTS Magnol a paramount cause! of
!..':" 1. ,r Peusacola,30th April, 18287tf. 4 cases saddlery assorted FOR\the acquisition of AtilUCU LTU- offered for wle. This place i is I the ftueccstf of this journal, will rather be '
"1..4t1' I ituated increased
8 miles from Fort St. : I than diminished in
Marks its future
'j.t LJreWbter's
t' cases hats, assorted LANKOUS KNOWLKDGK."Knowledge on i
; the St. Marks river and conduct.
a.l NOTICE. 15 from Tallahas. Dispassionate criticism, moral .'

.; t 5 trunks fine ready made is jxjiver,"-Bacon. see.rhe river can be navigated to the : hctionand mentoiious verse, will ever be .,.

:*'fft J.Balestier & cOol 12 trunks ladys and gentlemens clothiag boots TUB FAKMKK'S MAGAZINE is designed Town by vessels drawing 8 feet water, ., welcomed to its columns. The arts and ..

; :.t vs. and shoesChildreuband to contain information drawn from The situation is high, dry and healthy ;: sceiicesshiau not be forgotten, nor the

: : lose del Cotarro.IN 5I boys' shoes AUTHENTIC SOtJRCFSreIative to the I. t has two Sulphur( Springs in the vicinity brilliant witticism, or pleasant bon mat lost

;\: this case uit has been instituted! and Soal Icatlier, calf bkius, shoe; brogans thread, Stc. improvement management of remark, one of which is only 200 yards from the in a wor.d of pedtntry and metaphysics.

attachment issued returnable! to 25 keg: Virginia Tobacco able Farms, sources of Manure, number I Public Square. They are said to rufei.es> lit short the most devoted and fastidious

She Superior Court of West Florida, May boxes superior cavcndUh do. and kind of Stock, farming utensils, labo- great medical qualities.For attention shall: be paid both to the matter

Term 1828. : rers, dairies, fcc. ; AGRICULTURAL further information of Terms &c. and manner of the work, witJi A fauduble

Adam GordonJtlJIfur Hardware, i 'c. IMPROVEMENTS ; drawings and descriptions apply to .J. G. and N. Hamlen S*. Marks, ambition to render it aliJl more deservingamong : -

Pen, pocket, sporrs'iien and desk : of USEFUL INVENTIONS ; or to Augustus Stecle, Tallahassee. readers of taste and attainments.
knives ; knives, and forks critical notices und reviews of St. Tile embellishments: which
Pensacola,2Sjh.. April 1828-7-tf. carvers, waiters such publications Marks 10th August. 1827-24-tf shall accourvmv >
%L- and trays ; Henuing'g best needles snuf. ( as mav tend to the interests of the third volume of thll7IH'. ..i- ."..t.. .ii -
.i-. -'-1 i;..,.. SolI1..,i *", ,,,,, ...1.1 _.. __ _, the Husbandman MASONIC exceed those of the ::"!I
LAND AGENCY.subscribers '- "-Vrvtvi :ajiura, JvctaC1tcarpenter's -s, : ; improvements in the MIRUOlt. former volunic&I '

t l. tools, shoemaker's and cur breed of DOMESTIC ANIM\L3 ; accounts H publication of the Masonic Jllirror, Nottiing shall DC called so that snail not ,.it
YfHE have opened an of- 'ier'* do., stock locks, of such FOREIGN and T ne considered intrinsically
!i't-- i1. padlocks, shovelsPcnsacoU DOMESTIC will be tuspended from this date. an embellish", _
a.: for the purchase and sale of and tongs, kettIe8 sauce I)5S otton trees, shrubs, vines, plants seeds and THE i ment.-If they consist i in '
t.I Lands, at St. Augustine, in the house forfV cards, &.c. &c. grains, as are considered necessary or useful AMARANTH, will) be such as to do honor cngl'avinJ's.they to the \1
; as a Masonic work, will take the country '
: ? merly occupied by Col.. Perrault, at the t"c.7t-h, 1827-38-tf. for subsistence, comfort or ornament the lil'ror-will be devoted place ot and not the miserable prints that are eenl :

south west corner of the public with INFORMATION relative their exclusively erally imposed the .
square to
to Masonry and will unwary and the
' where persons desirous to accomplish either i MAIL ARRANGEMENTFLORIL treatment, growth, requisite kinds! of soil, of this month and appear on the 15th generous. The paper slull be; good and .
; sufficiently
.t'f i t purchase sales of real 1 I encour-
or estate, are &c. ; and in short whatever may tend to un.lorm in its texture. The
aged, it will appear or about the 15th number of
I ,
leave their MAIL.
requested commands.A .
increase produce the soil, and advance pages Mil be the .
,: ;J long residence in the Territory of Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock, A. )J. the RURAL ECONOMy of the of every succeeding month. The original : but from a more discriminate as at present ,.;

b :Florida, has enabled the subscribers Departs same day at 2 o'clock, P. M, country. design of the work will be so far amendedas : ot the a arrangement ,A
type larger
' :. to embrace portion of .
;: I become Original Masonic Essays reading !
intimately acquainted with nearly liLAKELEY MAIL, Insertion wilhahways be given to such ; :-matter will be furnished 'iJ
'i .... and .
Poetry General
: weekly. With
; lnten' I :
all the individual .y' n e\ce. rf'1a :::
claims to land in thi-. Including Mobile and the i.:
1 States of Louisiana IU'.l'UI" d, auuressesaiui papers, as may tive the uiesc views in anticipation, throw ); ;0
'kl' titution. The our.Delves ,
price will
vrelias to their titles locations, and Mississippi. be commnnicated for publication. the I the ;X"i
qualities, and relative value. And the inCreasing Due every Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, M. several AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIESof .. be g2 per annum, in advance and it is : hating upon none to bounty of the public, so :' 'f

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