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 23, 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
oclc - 09716009
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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be paid out own worth i is increased, by the better' understood. Wo shall not .
PUBLISHED WU: .T. BTpublishers IHt1l I| four thirty thousand dollars ; Provided t hereby, appropriated j| stop to ar
AItDIrp9 That this appropriation shaH} not of any money in the Treasury, not opinions and more respectful feelings ; gue with those who contend that u6-
a R &. i be construed into a Legislative sanction otherwise appropriated. 1 which he is obliged to entertain towards vets and romances, poems snd plays

of ike L-irtoflhe Unite 'tattl of any examination or !survey: ApproyeJ-19th, 1823. woman, and by the deportment should not be read. It U enoughthat

and cithe Territory of Florida. which shall not be deemed national PUBLIC No. 35. : and conduct, which will bo the people will read them as fast as
1 EltJIS.'O importance, and within the provisions [ the Orphan's] Court of natural result of these opinions and they are written ; that beyond other
An act :
> i K JK>I.LARS per a-uiun months in advance, ifrutr.tat of the aforesaid act of the thirtieth of Alexandria concerning county in the District of{i feelings.! How much more estimable, kinds of literature, they are widely

{DOLLARS is will.Kuirc'i! be requite fix, FI\Ei April, one thousand eight hundred and Columbia.Be I useful and enlightened, he is like to diffused, and caught up with an unsa-
03": Adurtipcuieuts inserted conspiruodv." atONE twenty four. it enacted by the Senate and I be, with an accomlished fellow creature tisfied avidity. In onesense, if In no
DOLLAR for 'Cr.Jurt.cen lines: To complete a pier adjacent to a House of Representatives of the United -I than with a brainless idol in his other, they are truly light; for like

far for the each first continuance insertion,-and longer tIFTC.Ei'TS ones in pro- pier at Buffalo, in the State of New States of America, in Congressassi11lbled house and in his bosom. How different those seeds to which nature has given .
pinion. York, thirty four thousand two hundred Thit in addition to the a being must man be, according as wings, they fly abroad with the four
ALL KINDS OF and six dollars. regular nionthb sessions of the Or- he is united to a companion, or tiedto winds, rejoicing in their buoyancy

lTQ. A. STEVENSON, phan's Court if Alexandria county, a plaything.And and dissemimring themselves thro
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1J Speaker of the in the District aforesaid, as now authorized who perceives not,tha: the influence every land. This lightness is of itself -
THANKFULLY RECEIVED AND NEATLY EXtCITKD. House of Representative?. : by lawthat the Judge of the |I of woman, thus stimulated and a vast advantage, and the true in*

.1'11'. AT. LOWEST THK "GAZETTfc"PRICES THAT OFFICio CAS, AND BKOETA1NE1 S. SMITH, : aforesaid Court be, and he is hereby, directed, extends yet further, and acts quiry is, not whether the advantageshall

AT > AT ANY; orMCE .N THE 6OCTHER President of the Senate, pro tempore. : authorized and empowered to hold on another generation ; on the future be used, for that we cannot help,
> PRTs' TH. tsus. Approved-!9th :flaw, 1828 ; extra sessions trcreof, whenever the men and future women, who are now but how it may be best used.!

--....,_ '_ _..__ --b JOHN QUINCY ADAMS.PUBLIC I public interest raiy require it. infants under her care ? Who can The interest the natural, irrepressible -
.Lairs of flic United States r Sec. 2. And te it further enacted, estimate th,' power of a mother over ,, interest, which the passions
.""-- -_ -- -- u [ -No. 33.] That in lieu of nc per diem allow- : the mind of her offspring ; and! who of men will always tukein lively descriptions -
An act for the punishment of cont.1"entiung 'I
Dr AUTHORITY.PUBLIC of the fiith article of the rr.tv ance of six dollars, as now established ; will say that this. power will n-n be 1 I I, ofpassion, tho absorbing

.. r:. : be1 ween \!;United States aril Jui'tiaBe I't b)' law, thai{ he be allowed a fixed salary exerted with far rnppier }prospects heed which their affections will rondo,
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'J". .. :J',(,,..,' :',"'':,'..:in; it enacted by the Senate and of five hundred dellars per annum and probable consequences if she is while the world stands, to writiu f
''--:;; '.''L .;:y 't !' 'i.. House of Representatives of the United r rpayable in the same manner as heretofore -I capable of becoming the instructor which address and oxcite them,should

t----.2-. ... ..., ..f.cf'.. '"""' ,' Slates America. in Congress the per d>'cm allowance has than if she is .only" the: nurse of her be turned! to virtuous ends by all those
.: ':! a:1.-1)- assembled, That} if t anyone, being a been, any law to the contrary not child ? >* :* I who love virtue, to useful ends by all
_;- .:- '._ When tho impetus has been those who honor truth and
-: citizen: of the United or trading withstanding.Sec.I j given, ; every
-. .\,II fUrf l":' '&f > tir.drr their authority: shall, in 3. And be further enacted, I: and the noble pride of mind is brought patriot & every philanthropist every
.HJ ,\( '1 contravention of the stipulations entered That this law shah be in force from into action ; when an authoress is no well wisher to his country or his kind,
: into by the United States, with und after the passiig of the same. longer a rarity, and many a title page should rejoice whenever he sees
[ -No. 32.] the Emperor of all the Rnssias, by Al'pro\'cu-19th May, 1S28. has borne a female name, it will then those, who with the magic wands of
An sc' rrwVg appropriations for he i im- that femalo i literature itsroper and fiction and the
the fifth article of the: treaty, stgne'dat appear, poesy potent spells
pruveiiT'it. certain Harbors, the competo. St. Petersburg, on the 17 d--iy of [ L'L'p. walks ; that it is peculiar it: I J I of genius, might lead the spirits of men
. #)f the ('u" berlarut Road to7.r.'s.lle
An act to r cluct" the duty oa Greek inil 1
the Tcurit-trof the Light April, in the year of our LorJmil', Latin Books, printed previous to toe its nature and distinct in its influence ; almost whither they would, and who
Inisr en thr Uraud- } wine Shoal, and thousand eight hundred and twenty veer one thousand >even: hundred and I and it will appear, too, that: these yet would rather snap their wands: : asunder -
th- akirff uf s.irv* walks are exactly those in which the and abjure thoir forever
iz 'y" four, sell, or cause to he bold, to the seventy-five. spells -
Be it eructed h.lf the Senate and natives of the country on the Northwest Be it enacted by the Senate and dIe greatest moral power may manifest than wield them for a moment

_ Hi.utf '"r Riprtscntativcs of the Uni- coast of America, or any of the House of RcprCSfrdativcs of the United and most directly exert itself. '. in league with the powers of dark-
ted -4t.tts of America, i.v Congress States in Into the of abstruse ness. ..
I adjacent thereto, any spirituslands -j of America Congress paths a learning, <> ---
assu'.bted, That the lollowing! sums I assembled few of the will bend their The
ous liquors, fire arms, or other: arms, That this< act entitled an sex steps. Itdemperate /lusband.-Wheo.
b..nd, the suve arc he-eb\ appio- 1 powder or munitions of war of any act to amend the several acts imposing Their situation, habits, and feelings the husband and father forgets the duties -
pI;:. ttd, to vii; : ;. kind, the person so offending shall b e duties on imports' passed 22nd lead: them not there. They will be he once delighted to fulfil, and by.
For the cu'.njiletion of th.. Cumber- I fined in a sum not less than fifty, nor of May, one thousand eight hundred found in greener and more pleasant slow! degrees becomes the creature of -
luul HIM i, cot.\'IJlI"l! u' Ziinesvillo, i whither their inclinations intemperance then
more than two hundred dollars, or imprisoned and twenty-foui ih111llot be construed own enters into his
in the! S' .tl irf l: rt.a, urn hundred and J i not less than'thirty da}" .nor to impose upon Bnofcs printed in] and capabilities will most natural! house the sorrow that rends the spirit
stvl I:'t_ five tl.uiiiid doll.irs ; which j' more than six months. Greek and Lutin, which the importer conduct them, and where their enchantments that cannot be alleviated, that will
'r said >un: orrnoney shall l hl replaced' And be it will exercise the most not be comforted.
i I Sec. 2. further enacted, shall make it satisfactorily; appear to potent I
j on of thi: turn! reserved for laying out I Tint the Superior Courts in each of the Collector of the Port at which the sway. A single glance at the library t It is here above all, where she,who
::nd makii.t i : ruds, under the direction t the Territorial Districts.and the Cir same shall be entered, were printed I of female writers, which, by the It has ventured every thing, feels that
of Cciicross; by the several acts f cuit Courts and other Courts of the previous to the year one thousand way" is now a large as well as a res- every thing,is lost. Woman, silent--
passed: for f the admission, of the States I United States, of similar jurisdictionin seven hundred and spventv-five.. a pectablc one, will satisfy ti?, that it I suffering, devoted woraanherc bends
ot Ohio: Ii.uiana, Illinois, and Missouri two main divisions the i to her direst affliction.: The .
criminal causes, in each district of: higher duty than four cents p:1'0- comprises : ; --- mea.sure ----
ir tu the Union, on an equal the United States, in which any offender :' : lume, instruction of youth, and what is called of her woe :s in truth full, whose

footing. with the original States. against this act shall be first I Approved--19th May, 1828. though in some respects improper husband is a. drunkard. Who shall
To complete the rerpoval of ob- apprehended or brought fortrial, .hall i _-. ..-- .. ". ..... ly and unjustly, the 1 lighter kinds of protect her, when he is her insulter,
structions ilie mouth Grand River I literature. Books for the and her 1 What
have, and are hereby invested with, M1SCELLA.XY.Fromt'ie nursery oppressor shall delighther
in the State of Ohio, nine thousand full power and authority: to }hear, try, i I -- -:-:-.=-: u the school will! occupy a conspicuous when she shrinks from the sight
one hundred and thirty five dollars station side while: the other |. of h's fire: and trembles
and punish, all crimes, offences' and Jiorth Anerican Iteriew. on one on at the sound
anti eleven cents. misdemeanors, against this act ; such Female J.itcrature.V hold it to we shall see novels, tales, essays \ of his voice ? The hearth is indeed .
oh-ructions courts proceeding therein in the same he a iortuuutf thing for any country and poetry. And if we were asked dark, that he has irinfdo: dc olate.-
manner if such crimes, oifenccs and I I that a proportion i of his literature to point out those descriptions of literature There through the dull midnight hour
ver, in the State f Ohio, four thousand misdemeanors, had been committed I i I should fall into the hands of the female which are the-most directly j her gri,'fs are whispered to herself
four hundred and thirteen; dollars within the bounds of their respective I I sex ; because their influence, in and extensively active on the manners, I II her bruised heart bleeds in secret.

and thirty five -cent districts. ,I I I any walk of letters, is almost sure to I principles and tastes, mental and moral I There, while the cruel author.of her

To complete the erection of piers at Approved-!9th May, 1S2S. be powerful 1 and good. This inltnnccappears I of a community, xvc think that i distress is drowaed'iu distant r( velrv. ,"
the mouth of Dunkirk Harbor, in the to bo so peculiar in its future, these are precisely the kinds, whichwe iI I she holds her solitary vigil i
PUBLIC Xo. 34.
State of New York, six thousand dol [ ] and so important its action, that should n?me. yet dreading his return, that will
An act to authorise the President of the only
lars.To United States to run and mark a ln:, we venture to demand the attentionof The departinerrt of ju:male literature wring from her by his unkindness,
complete the coitfjniction of diYiding the Territory of Arkansas from our readers to some remarks upon 1 is almost entiiely in female tears even more scalding than those
"lie road from Detroit to Maumee, the State of Louisiana. it, however unworthy of the sublet. hands. Long may it remain there she shed over his transgression. To
live thousand nine hundred dollars. Be it enacted by the Senate and our exposition may i be. Long for the interests of virtue, and fling a deeper gloom across O the -

To continue the road from Detroitto House of Representatives n..lilu. United To speak first ef the influence of the improvement of our kind), may it memory turns back and broods present -
Chicago, as far as the boundary States of America, in Congressassembled female literature on females themselves be in the heart of woman to nuture the upon the past. Like the recollectionto
line of the State of Indiana, eight That the President ol the we presume that the mere growth, and watch over and direct the sun-sirickeli pilgrim, of the
thousand dollars. United States of America, be, and he fact of the existence of such a literature the early puttings forth of youthful intellect I cool spring he drank at iu the morning -
To pay a balance due the Commissioners is hereby, authorized, in conjunctionwith II produces a very sensible effect and feeling. 11'hileshe retains f l the joys of other days come over.
for laying out a road from Detroit the constituted authorities of the on the mental character of those, the office, io delightful in itself and so burr, as if only to mock her parched
to Sagan w River and Bay anda I State of Louisiana, to cause to be run, whom, if it were only for gallantry'ssake grave and momentous l in its ends, and a.id weary spirit. She recalls a ardent
I road from Detroit to Fort Gratiot, and distinctly marked, the line divi- we must call the best part ol( our even add to its beautiful dignity bv lover, whose races her
in the Territory of Michigan, three ding the Territory of Arkansas from race. A woman feels a laudable the graceful and effectual manner in from tne home of her infancy thoeuraprured
hundred and two dollars and sixtynine the State of Louisiana ; commencingon pride in the knowledge, that a sister which she has hitherto performed its 1'ithervh'? bent with-such

cents. the tight bank of the Mississippi i has distinguished herself in an intellectual duties, she inspires us with an admiration d,'li ;lu over his new born children-
To complete the building of two river, at latitude thirty-three degreesNorth } career has in of 'md she asks '
; won a prize the a deeper, and more lasting, if this can really: be him-
} ::cis at the mouth of Oswego harbor, and running due West stiff that competition of mind ; has, vindicated and, we must also believe, more flattering this sunken beiiur, who has now
.n the Slate of New York, authorized parallel of latitude, to whet a line for her sex that equality with the other I charcter, than was the m.,:t for hor but; the sot's disgusting nothing -

by an act of Congress, approved running due North from latitude thir- which has been doubted and denied. glowing and romantic love of the days: brutality nothing for those abashed

the" twentieth of March last, entitledn ty-two degrees North, on the Sabiner Her success is an argument, which I t of chivalry. Talk not to us of chivalry and trembling children, but the sot's
:\ act to authorize the improving r \ will intersect the same. And, can be wielded at pleasure, and doubt- I unless it be in poetry and with disgusting example Can we won-
of: certain harbors, the building ol f for that purpose, he i is hereby authorized less with pleasure, against all who the usual latitude and license of poe- der, that amid these agonizing
piers, yud for other purposes," nine to appoint a Commissioner, or would underrate feminine capacity. I try. (n truth, and in prose, the most the tender cords of violated moments -
thousand! five hundred and eighty Surveyor, or both, as in his opinionmay And i it! i is something more and better I refined devotion of knighthood and affection should snap asunuerT that

tl1rf'tllJ'lar ",and thirty nine cents. be necessary ; Provided, The than argument It is a stimulus, act- chivalry is no more to be compared, the scorned and deserted wife should
For I
ier-pening the channel of entrance compensation to be allowed to ,the iug on the generous ambition of the in purity and elevation, to the sentiments confess, "there is no killing like that,
six into the harbor of Presque Isle,, person or l persons, so to be appointedby whole sex ; prompting all to an exertion which female excellence na\'. which: kills! the heart !" that though
three thousand dollars two hundred and twenty- the President: of the United States, of their highest faculties ; inducing commands, than are those fair one it would have been hard for her tot

For and eighteen cents. shall not exceed in amount the compensation a general disposition to read, to who then presided at the great dV.tls t hiss: tor the last time the cold, lips of
completing removal of obstructions allowed by the Govern study, to think ; making something which we read of under the poetical JUT rlead husband; and Uy his
Creek Ohio at the mouth of Ashtabula ment of Louisiana to the person or desirable beside personal attraction, name of louriianu-ms: and who b': lor ever in the dust, it :s harder to beJiold .
dred and, three, two thousand four hun persons appointed, on its part, for the i. and something enviable which shall their presence and plaudits animated !i 5 : him so deL-lsing life, that evea

For dollars and fifty cents. same object. last logger, and be more attainable, the legalized and courtly slaughter, I{ his death would be greeted in mercy
completing the the removal of obstructions Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, than beauty. The object. pursuit which was raging and struggling beneath Had he died hi the light of his goodness
at mouth of Cunning That the or so to be I will be exalted and refined. Thee them
ham Creek person persons to be compared to the females bequeathing to his family the inheritance -
hundred and, Ohio, one thousand five appointed by the President of th i consciousness of power will produce : of our time, who, as beautiful, of an untarnished nametie
six seventeen dollars and. United States, with such as have beenor : self-respect, and self-respect nil 1 lead no 4 ubt, and accomplished as they, examples virtues, that should blos-.
seventy !
For removing shall be appointed for the same improvement.. find it their own appropriate pr.vi. I' om fur his sous and daughters from
navigation of the obstructions to the purpose, on the part of the State of i Nor will this be the end. Woman : lege and pleasure to stimulate the the tomb- -though she would have
Kennebec : '
River, at Louisiana, after they, in conjunction at the time that she is thus fresh t
Love J uYs' Narrows I same raised powers childhood to the competitions j wept bitterly indeed, the tears of grief
half the shall have run, and distinctly marked in her own estimation, will be no- of knowledge and virtue, and would not have been also the tears of
to the in addition said line, shall make two fair drafts;, : ces'iarily lifted up in the good opinion'I to hold out the aimed of approbation :shame. hurt to behold him, fallen
three thousand appropriation five of last session, or maps thereof, both of which shall 'of man. He will acknowledge her :I to the exertions of innocent und ingeui ,away from the station he once adorned -
For hundred dollars. be certified by thorn, and one of whichshall : claims on hi* respect for the sake of i I us minds. degraded from eminence to ignominy '

tiRhihouse i preserving on the and securing Shoal deposited in the office of the the proofs she has offered of her spit :' To pass from this department ofwomaif at home, turning ,his dwelling to

iI t the Bay f I Brandywine 1 Secretary of State for the United I I aloe endowments ; and his behaviour s literary labors to the other, I{ j darkness, and its holy endearments( to
Delaware ten tho'.:*vid States, and the other delivered to the I will tell I I ,
dollars I her that he regards her nei- we come to a field, which though she mockery-abroad, thrust from the
For defraying the Governor of Louisiana. I I titer as the queen nor the plaything of I duos not occupy it so exclusively, she ] I companionship of the worthy a self-
_1 expenses inc,- Sec. 3. And be further enacted, : tin hour but the real : with honor :
U mai to I. as companion of occupies and in which branded outlaw-this is the- woe, that '
under making the examinations and That, for the purpose of carrying this his life. Then look at the happy I she has dune much good, and still 1 the wife feels'is more dieadful thaw

April nys, eighteen hundred act of thirtieth of act into execution, the sum of one light of this sentiment, as it is reflect may do more. It isaticld, too, which death--ihats'i* mourns over as worse*
and twentythe thousand dollars be, and the sate it 1. ed back on the moo How much bis t+I I in common with the former has been ]fl I II thou v;ado 'ho\JJ.-Spragu\ '$Address.


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_, __ : I'I produce fine flowers in abundance, House Representatives atrihor'rtiM
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during the autumn and winter, and to erect :
: exalt the and multiply \GllCU1a'r1RAL.i in '
O {'lCA l.J eminently dignity
cultivated with much additional building, and
that tan txcelln :::;:;;;:z:; are as ease as employ five
(he charms of every female, --==
I UK m. FRUiT TREES. any of our most common trees. It is additiuiifll clerks, was read and PAIIIS. ;

i ,oj't It is a sacred and homefelt delight, the following easy, simple and infallible j said that all the finer teas are perfu- The bill to authorize the Post

,fj q A sober certainty sustain of walking elevated. blis*course. method of forcing every fruit I med by the Chinese with, 'the delightful Master General! to survey a post route

it She conversation who can whose an mind soars above tree to blossom and bear fruit, has I flowers of the Olea Fragrans, or between the city of New Orleans and

''': the trifles and common things of time and been translated from the Uermnn of Fragrant Chinese Olive, and the An- Mobile read and ASSED. rr

sense, who is distinguished for well digested the Rev. Geo. Charles Lewis Hem- glaia Odorata. A message tas received from the

.1t. it.. opinions* sensible remarks, habits of: pel, (Secretary of the Pomblogical Society The tea, Dr. Mitchell says, is very President of the United States, by

''t"t' thinking and observation, good judgment, : of Altenburg, in Saxony) by nearly allied to the Camelliaand they Mr. John Adams, his Secretary, iQ.
',J' From the New England (jalaxy, and a well disciplined temper, a perpet-
lalfourcb bf blessings and exhilaration : Geo. Henry NovWeu l! L. L. D' F. will take by engrafting on each other.It forming the Senate that the Presidentof

otto io? Love of the Passions to all withirt her circle. She will make L. S. &c, U Jn my early years I saw produces seed regularly in a green the United States had signed .the

'J 4 loved him too, an woraart loves- home all that i is desirable, so that none of; my father, who was fond of pomology house, which are produced in a similar following bill :
.,> Reckless of sorrow, sin, or scoin ; household will need or wish to seek ,
her The
. Life had no evil destiny, will be and skilled in that science, cutting manner those of the Camellia ; act to establjsh a Ju.
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That with him I would not hare borne. able .' to drink waters out of their own a ring on several branches of trees, and they cannot be distinguished from dicial District in the Territory of Flow

tW! I had beei nursed in palaces ; cisterns ana running waters out of their ; which were already in blossom! for each other Both require thesamesoil
-j: ,1 Yet earth had not a spot so drrar the of that 'I' rida.House
t:I-r That should not have thought a home. own wells. I purpose "producing, by but the species of tea need no of Representatives.Saturday .

: A paradise, had he been near. Early Impress ono;. means, )larger fruit than usual. Thiswas heat in winter, the coldest greenhouseor 24th May 1828.
'J.tii8t I his invention but fir
not \
own as room, provided actual freezingdoes
The article from the Journal The bill to increase the
following of
\; t. : loved : my lore had been the same I: recollect, derived from a French take sufficientfor pay
not place being
all ,
&:;::' In hushed despair, ID open shame Education are worthy regard by Lieutenants in the Navy vas read the
,\ who have the care of the voting ; hutit Journal. Thirty years ago, when I thsm, and they will there thrive
.+..aI.L,:: ...".. I would have rather been a slave third time and PASSED.Fhe .
/'t ..' In tears and bondage by his side, demands the more particular atten. was a boy, I practised this operation, and prod uce a great abundance of bill for the relief Cyrus Sib. .
lion of mothers since it is they who have in imitation of him and obtained I ;..
ij I Ii Than shared in all, if wanting him ; thereby flowers: and seeds. Being evergreen l of M.
.4h; ...... Thiswoild bad power to give be itt. the princpal; agency in the formation of"he larger pears and plums. In shrubs handsome foliage, and yield- Icy, agent George Brooke*
habits and char passed Committee of
... infant and youthful : through the
repeating this operation ringing the ing a great profusion of flowers, they Whole WicklilTe in- the
acte'8. Chair
:: Love of the Affectious. ,
t; branches which I did! ) for the
What is the object of education: ? To merely are well deserving a place in the and read the third time andpassed.
'!..'i'. ;?:J. My love was fervent, for 1 felt be fruit I observed was
.. ."", form th* character. How is this to purpose getting larger greenhouse, as objects of beauty as
The ardour of its flame .
' ..:J purest lone? Not lessons, but principallythrough that the branches
.. by ; so operatedupon well Camellias
Like the
: melt as curiosity.
:: : Glow in each pulse, in fondness of and A bill to establish an Arsenal
influences example on
!rr' :;' Yet free from passion sin and shame ; the is.. always bore the ext year. By they are fond of a degree of shade the of Mobile and
circumstance and situation.: HOW soon waters 'Pensacola
: 1 For he who kindled the chaste fire this reiterated I was ledto
i' the child exposed to these influences ? appeannce during hot weather, and should therefore Rivers. .
V' Had worth such kindness to inspire. the idea that perhaps this mode of .'.' .;.
From the moment it opens its eyes and be placed where they will riot receive The Committee read and t c
h reported
feels the to its mother's bosom ; I ringing the bark midlt be the means the oftho intense : #-vT':
: 1 had pressure operation noonday -
; : prosperity enjoyed, this bill, which was ordered to be read :*/ta
... And well might hope a larger share j from the hour that it becomes capable ot of compelling avery unproductivebranch sun: I have never t found them '
j'rt But I could see those hopes destroyed, noticing what pastes around it, and knowing to yield fruit. With this view infested with insects and like the third time. :
t1 And meet with poverty and care, the difference .!*one thing from ano I cut rings upon a considerable num- Camellia and Monday, May 26. ,:,-':': f'
.$ if such his lot-for still was given ther. So powerful are the eradual and they are always neat Mr. Livingston mnved the follow. .""

J : Trust in the favouring aid of heaven. unnoticed influences of these early ber of branches, onl found by repeating cleanly. And with regard to their i in g resolution : Resolved, That from ..

"t41' months, that the infant, if indulged and the experiment, the truth of hardiness, although: in (his 1 Imitudo I mid after the' of

:- t" I loved : nor coold, while thus loved, humoured may grow into a petty tyrant my supposition indisputably confirmed they need the shelter of a greenhouse, I day -, the
:t, Regret or scorn my pMteo-molcst ; at ten momhes old ; and tottle about at by experience. The applicationof I punishment of death, under any law
will withstand}
For all the wise and they nevertheless a I! United Stales
good approved, two years a selfiah, discontented irrita- this of the be, forever abolished .
: !. And GOD the Virtuous union blest. ble thing that every one but ,the mother experiment, whereby on every considerable degree of frost. nnd that a Committee be
i "Stronger than death" is love like this- bough or branch/rtit artificiallybe
this may
turns from with disgusDuring period '
in bill
Vines. The to a accord. '
24 t: To be renewed in realms ofbhss. human being is making his produced, is very simple and easy. Grape quickest me- appointed bring .;
; l : thod procuring i is to engraft ingly, ::;
) first observations, and acquiring his first \Vith a sharp knife make a cut in the grapes
>> : Iwr: From the. Connecticut Itfirror. experience ; pusses his early judgments, bark of the brand, which you meanto I into the body, near the ground, or This resolution was read and laid on .'7

):t Saturday Night at Sea.* forms opinions, acquires habits They force to bear aid not far from the : which is preferable, into the roots of the table.Mr .

:,:t A m M-I stood by the pebbled shore, may be ingrained into the character for where large vir1e!. In the following year, if ; Long: moved the following resolution
place is connected with the
'I" r ; In her hand she held a bowl- life. Some right and some wrong notions the graft has taken fruit will be i Resolved, That the constitu.
'::i :' Now I'll drink a draught of the salted may take such firm hold, and some im stem, or, if it be a small branch or ; produced
, lit Thus farmer who has tion of the United States ought to
. 1f'\1 fens preswuns, &good or bad, may sink so deep, shOO, neario whore it joined to the every ,
", :.1.:t: That broadly to me roll !- -is to be with scarcely any force eradicated. large bough: the cut is to be round tho wild vines growing on his grounds* be so amended as to prevent the prac.
:' .4 On them I have an only son is that of of tice of Duelling.
t t There no doubt, man) may, by procuring cuttings hardy
'I... : .!/!: Can he forget me quite; 7 branch or to encircle it, and to penetrate -
those incurable crookednesses disposition
I 'j foreign: or native kinds, and paying; a This resolution was read and laid oa
; i ti, Oh ifthi week away has runHe'll which we attribute to nature, would to the wood A quarter of an little the table
; !1 think of me this night be f found, if they could be traced to have inch from this cut you make; a second} attention to the grafting and trainin -

;Lr tr.: And may he nevtr on the track originated in early circumstances of life. cut like the first, round the branch, so 1 ir, be soon and amply supplied with Mr. Little, moved that the Housedo

'\..:' ...tt.. it' Tail Of to ocean look in gladly its foam kindly back lust: as a deformed and ntumed tree is 80, chat, by both encircling the branch, I grapes for market or wine making. now adjourn which being agreed ,

-f>"L.Vf..... To those he left at home, Hut from any natural perversity of its seed you have marked; a ring upon the I Fruit T.eeA method of tOj
' .. r.'. from which it !'prllllgbut from the ciruiinstaiictnoflhc preserving I The and addressed '
r rose
I him in the brinr
; ,
!! pledge ocean branch of inch broad
... whereit a quarter an fruit trees from the attacks of :
., boil ud: situation
L4It him in wine. w the House follows
'f. pledge me ruddy as :
:'"t.,,;;. grew. between the two cuts. The bark between tho worms has been discovered by'a I
"Gentlemen I avail
;h': ".>>.-.;... A sister I stood where the breakers fall Happy Pn.r ntlI.Ii'cipN71Thc I s"''n oft the two cuts take! clear away young Lady; ,of New York, in the : mysehfoithe ,

. r, .:.!t. In thunders, en die beach? minister 110..' living had! by so-ne means wiih a knife, down to the 'wood, removing course \)f her experiments for tHe moment separation ot to express my

It' i And out Here stretched her eager arms, 'xcited tht displeasure of his hthc;>r. His even the fine inner bark safety of a favorite peach tree. It is deep sense gratitude and obligation
11'telsCij1: ;;. For one she could not reach. to those who have kindly borne such
rather it to be reserved vhich lies
thought right immediately the i four
'. ':rr 41 I'll dip toy hand. my foot my lip, upon hy pouring three or quarts olboiling official
in hour or two 311(1LI"n -skt, d l a ijuestion wood that connection whatever distinguished testimony to my
Into the while' : so no water around and the
.Ii ).1" foaming about the business; oftlae day, he WH* : upon conduct, as the presiding officer of
ror this sand the doth remiins between the of the
i' sure as ea sipHe'll two ptrts roots of the diseased tree The remedy -
' i \ short in his answer to his son. An
cry this House and I should be .
H!: think of me this night hark, but tho bare and naked woodappears ;. un"'or.thy
the time nearh been tried by her brother
our or more elapsed w.u
, ,f t And may he never, on the deck1tI. ; of itj if I did not frankly acknow.
,rrived when the } outh was to repeat hi"* white and Sinool h. But this mi orchard of 150
Or on the giddy mast, upon pear, plumb, I ledge that 1 feel both and
In gale or battle, stoim or wreck, lessons. He came into his father ttllh.nd Inrk ring, which. is: to compel the tree apple and other trees, with invariable. gratified

l.,' 1I{:,: Forget the happy pngt. said, Pap* 1 cannot lern my '''''' t"> boar must be made at the right SllCC .SS. Pet. /, ?. flattered at the manner and circum

"k1"" 'f I'; I pledge 1 him in the 1 ocean brine, : xcept > ou will) forgive: iw, I think! I hJli time, that is, when the buds are stance under which it has been done.
:'I..f':: Let him pledge me in ruddy wine." eroiTrnd! again: I Hs: father i l"'pht Peach Trees.-It i is not generally ; Next to the consciousness of an up'k

t-t". fI4Ir;cs: .. "All wish is to inke 'I'11 si rid, l. ot )'011' strongly swelling or arc breaking out l known, we believe that lamp oil, or right discharge of my official duties, ., '. '
'i..: A wife went down to the water's brink, !fault! wucn you acknowledge it. you know into blossoms. Ju the sjiiiieyear thu fish oil of kind (that which is inferior -
any and the confidence( of i is !
ill is reconciled with ." Tlu c-ilkis. is formed) the my country, .
;n':'/ And thither a goblet brought : easily in?: i: at cdgvs of !he -
is for this
equally as .
" ; will 'J drink and ," the token : good ; purpose the esteem and approbation of this '
"Here here l'lIlhink .jajia s\she "five: me o ring, on both sides, uil: the connection :
'! ...1.' .1, As once we two J have thought. reconciliation: awl -eal f it '..vi'i!! ki.-
i"y "ve romp'd by rode, androod, and I'hitliatni was givtn, and the v"il! :ii.-s' ni tins root of the Peach tree, will eftfieru.IUy : to say, without vanity, that I 1.'S
,: !. shoie, "e.'irilv exchu.. rd each \le. '":, ," :is restored: again! without anv detri- '
; on ow prevent the ravages of the have endeavored to merit it, by un. ;
'.;t-. "When moon and stsrs; warp ricif! exclaimed the iear hoy, "I wHI; I I lean- men to the/ true, -jr the branch opera- that has heretofore ,
worm proved sodestructive wearied zeil and and de. ;
,.:J' And he. where'er the tcmptsis ioar, Latin and reek with any body ;" and! ted upon, in which the artificial wound assiduity, a
}: ; Will think on me tiiis niijlit. rlcd to IMS: little study. Stop, atop," this s'hnple I to that valuable fruit tree. votion of my time and talents to its .:;
soon again over. By -
" grows
' And he evn, ever meet This: discovery wns merely accidental) This :
I It may : xciaimed his father. have you not a service. station high and exalt. .
though ; .j-"i.. With a friend as true and kind,] Heavenly Father ? If hat you havr and was made a \'iir! or! two since. ed as it is, has at no time, been with.
t It' nut not to night shall ht' forget lug every fruit trt'e with ortriiniv to "
lone levil I, jl* is displeased: and yon Stz:. Vc. Post. .
embarrasments and trials.
. ,,:.',r'::. The wife he left bchhitt. ..nust apply tu Him for forgiveness.- hear,you obtain: the follewiig important -

'...., .t1' I sip for him the ocean brine, With hoar sturtmg in his eyes, he said advantages. 1. You miy compel Early Seed. Throughout this long and protracted
; : :j.V: ; He'll quaff for me the ruddy Wine." him I knew, session, it has been one continuedscene
Papa, fust: except tree of which Every attentive observer will
every young remark
." .t.. '. k you ', ,
,, .
'le recui'ied; i could do noilnng, of and ;
was severe un .
...44.::, A maid came down with a hasty foot- do not know the son, to shew its among the plants of ;almost every ? responsibility
fdol he said.
ir.cl with
;' :1'1 My lover is far at ceaf tears now lie has rolling fruit, and dccHf sooner whether, he- kind of crops, some individual ( exampled I ia'bor. Aware of the difficulty ow,".;"
"I hope, 1 hope. foigiven me: v
"- ;: :; But I'll fill my cup and drink it out and, now, I am liappy." His father never ing of good quality, it may remain in stalks which are distinguishable from p'haps of the temerity, of
t. I' To him who deserted me.Itoi .
: ..14 ""t mother. nor sister, nor wife am I, had occasiu" to io
..;'-. .'k.1.. His careless heart is light- of disapprobation fNlhIt lime to his' 2. You may thereby with certainty health, or luxuriamV, or earliness, I to pursue, fearlessly, what I

jrft;;, .. .. And he will neither weep, nor sih i tf tl ath.I I get 'fruit of every-good sort of or some other- peculiarity.A--- l friendof believed to be the path of duty, regardless .

tl; Not think of me this night. I Original Ai:.'c.dctz.-I n one of our which you wish to see the produce mine remarked a few years ago, a j of consequences. ,
!:' 'i He will, HE vt'ILL, a Sailor's heartcI.41tf' I came tothis chair n() ,!
;: the This gratify ,
few ILCCth1'rCI 3. method of
Is I rue ns it is brave, otinty taverns a veurs : next year. may particular stem peas among his: earliest -
C'i From home arid lore 'twill no more I iMpponefl 10 be u mnnber oficspccta- : probably serve to increase considerably cropwhich came into flower and private friendships, to indulge no per ,} ;.'
.. .
.1:11\.:{ part hIe faraiers and in the usual habit, : the quantity of fruit in the coun opened long before the others. He sonal or political antipathies ; and I )
Than the keel l will quit the wave, feel proudly conscious that its arduous ',) "
: The branches marked ,
when a spruce young eullcninn came try. so operated upon this stem and saved the whole
I the Love in ocean's brine ,
plrdge duties have been with :
back in wine." in rijracd in the highest lyle, with arc hung full of fruit, while the others of its produce for seed. Thee cameas discharged ,
Pledge gaily ruddy .
the interests ot'the
_ _ in his who strutted that often have nothing much earlier a single eye to nation
I r a watch pocket, i are not ringed, as they had originally the character and of the
--- *lt i is well known that naval officers as well round the room, with great pomp, or vary little on them. This ef- done. This produce was also saved dignity

as FCH their, tn the seamen subject, appropriate of their domestic Saturday relatimts"night at dingling his gold watch keys and sei-tls fect is easy to be explained from tho for seed, and thus he obtained a particular kind House and, and my own honor. Your
.' C Lf *>ver a glass of wine or of 51-05 as the case may in the most fopish manner. After theory of the motion ot the sap. For kind of early peas, that came flattering approbation: **>
.,! : be. It may not be *o notorious that their female assures me that my efforts have not
'tj' swaggering about the room a few minutes when the sap moves slowly in a tree, at least a week before the best sort
:. fiend drink salt watei in celebration ot. been .
- t 'k this :\ vigil.Female. lie cried out and challenged any it produces fruit buds, which is the' he .ctuld buy in the shops, if sown at wholly unavailing ; can
? : 1'1/ dor
i ; .i l -'"" ., man in the room to drop money with case in old trees ; when it moves rigorously the same time with them.-Doctor requires me to say, that, amidst

:t ; : III!" Education. him, one piece at a time, and the one the tree forms wood, or runs I I Anderson relates facts similar to this, all the difficulties and embarrassments ;

tl; ; whose held the into shoots with wheat and beans. The of the Chairit has oxperiel1ct'd.in ,
Lndici Cabinet purse out longest, as happens young I respecting -
In the Toilet, or publishedonce
: I.t" ,..: once a tveok at Providence, R. I. we hare the should take the whole anti treat the I trees. Though I arrived at this,( is.. i general) idea he means to inculcate: an unexampled manner, your kindness
t 11 .' following Felection.Female company. No one at first appeared covery myself in consequence of try I obviousand extremely worthy at confidence and support. If gentlemen
is of fmmense .
education and
importance in the course of this long
'f his tention.
disposed to accept challenge, ing the same process with a different
' : connected with domestic life. It
: ''; i is at home, as where man generally passes the which only tended to render the fop view, namely, to increase only the :, ___ -- ____ _._ = -- _-.-_ !laborious session, the peace and

1''r.: ;.fo largest portion of his time, where he more inflated with an idea of his superior : size of the fruit, hut not to force bar- COXGON.. \.1. harmuny of our deliberations have.

i ; seeks refuge from the: vexations and em wealth, and he became the more ren hranches, hat were only furnished ......... ..M.. beea threatened, and our councils divided

n!::: ;, hamssmentt of business, an enchanting earnest* At length, a rn>ty looking, !I with leaf buds to bear, this latter application IN SENATE. under the influence of moracnrtnry
.., .. repose from exertion, a relaxation from excitement of passions and party
; but shrewd old farmer observed, if no I being before quite unknown

,;,;(;,t'1:'a,': Where care by some the interchange of his finest of sympathies affection, one else would accept of his offer, liE to me, I will on that account, by no- Friday: 23rd May 182S. I trust they have now happily passed

would do it. "It is done said the Mr. McLaue, trow the Committee away, and that we shall separate i&
'r. r !t1 t. tastes,and mrrahnd religious feelings ale means give myself out for (he first inventor

: k ,i it. formed and nourished; where is the trea fop, and immediately called on a third of this operation : but 1 was on Finance, reported the followingbills .. t the peace of spirit and good will

:h. ; : lUre of pure disinterested love, such: as is man to hold the hat, and, commenced ignorant of the effects to bo promotedby without amendment : Here, or elsewhere, it is to be hoped, .
t j seldom found in the busy walks of a selfish The bill making an appropriation I that all have but heart-
; ;,' : the game, by dropping a piece of money this method, and only discovered one object at
I& and'calculatmg world.-Nothing can into the hat. Tho farmer then thorn of '(or the Navy Hospital Fund ; the good of our common country. Let }
!l''s s' t be more desirable than to make one's do. by repeated experiments my The ;jj '
:r;; r1 ffieitic abode the highest object of his put his hand into his pocket and rook own, which I made for the promotion bill making appropriations for me admonish you, gentlemen, that : 7!

-l 3i attachment and satisfaction. out what was called a bungtoton
i::srj,? Well ordered borne,man't best delight to per and dropt it into the hat-the" fop' of the complete') success has confirmed I I States, for the first quarter of the' Lund and sea mark on the map of the I '';-';, '

!lot 4;, make, I year 1829 world.! It is beacon the miJrp ;fJj-.,
his second ; a on ;
-;: ft Aad by tubmissire wisdom, modest skill, immediately dropt piece, the mull of my observations: Nor I .
.c With every gentle are-eludinij art when the farmer, feeling in his pock! do I think that this method general.I The bill making appropriations- of the main, which severs vas a light :;,{ .,:-.
. k. To raise her virtues, animate the bliw, the Military Service of the United to other nations while it th* '
of human life. et after another piece,but,finding none, ly known ; at least, to afl those to proves
And all the tells
I, This be the female dignity and praise. gravely observed, I own 1'm bwat, whom I showed the experiment, the States.,for the first_quarter of the year I;proud pre-eminence of our own. W

1 Neither rank nor splendid mansions, nor. I've got no more-you' may take the effect produced appeared now and 1829"; and" 1 I future destinies, and the blessings V9

expensively furnished apartments nor whole and treat the company. au-prising.n The bill making appropriations for I enjoy, must vitally depend on the

;1 luxurious n-pusU can accomplish these Montpelier PatriotA the payment of the revolutionary and I I character and deliberations of this ; :

; actions.-They are to be obtained only From Printed Treatise en ""ZTorticuttnre.! oilier pensioners of the United States, House The surest means of preserving

i from from the the nobility rich* of of virtue elevated, from principles the splendor ., more glorious victory cannot La Green and Bohea Tea.-Theseare br the first quarter of'the year 1829.Qii these blessings and our Union unimpaired :

-', of religious and moral beauty, from gained over another man, than this; very hardy greenhouse plants, and fu'oiloa of Mr. 1\lcLane the is the sacred & inviolate; **'

[ the baaauet of refined taste, affectionate that when the injury bgan on his would no doubt withstand the wintei .foregoing bills were, severally, read gard to the charter-of our liberties ana ;
j deportment l.Dd. intellectual pleasures. pact, the kindness should begin on of any part of the Union south of Wilmington ,the..third .time, and PASSED. a system of )legislation founded on the :

and piety throw the.brightest North Carolina Theieayea M of honest and .
Intelligence ,. Saturdayii4th j. principles an policy,
I unshiae over the dwellings of female of private educaRun. life., ours.Men speak more virtuously than of the Green Tea are more inaudou- Oh motion of Mr. Jonnsx/D, oficHi. dictated by die spirit of an enlightened! 1
and.these we ito they act or think. ble the 'size of the Bohea, and both ,the Senate 'took up tHo bill from the and dillHsive patriotism. I et13 d




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OUR NAVY.-We noticed few dayslince thick glass, the bottom of the box is Mso SMdrift- ..ftti4mt.-r. N. B Moore,
nothing then, which shrill .shkke the fact of the heaving out, at the made of glass) in consequence of which A respectable merchant of this city. who
foundations of union and liberty the card be seen as readily in the cabin had been ami
solid Nary Yan, of the 64 gun ship Hudson, can hunting dorinjf Friday not jsc :
OJ impair! the confidence of the pco- for UN purpose undergoing some repair, I as upon the deck ; the COID'u..cardI i wishing to set by hit gen Ioadedfired oR !

pie hour free institutions ; hut let reparatory to her sailing on I cruize. It I I.made semi-transparentand i.. at: night, the left band barrel, which bunt and so

ourproceediucs be marked by mutual will no doubt, astonish those acquaintedwith : I illuminated entirely from t'L D".nd than lacerated his left band .and. wrist, that
distinctly seen
wisdom. naval science to learn, that a vessel more amputation became necessary. The operation trw
forbearance, moderation, and i when lighted in the ordinary way.It Q
of her size, was hove down, her copper was performed on Saturday.In _. ..
Von will carry with you, in your re- j taken: off on one side, recuulked, the copper b evident that when so situated, the noticing such an accident, we thinkit Pott -- -- "

ttrement :jrentlf men, my best wishes'for put on again, and the ship set up in Compass, which is the mariner's oiUy our duty. to state what stay not have of Peusacola.

jour health and 1 happiness ; and I her original! position, by eight o' clock on guide, i U ns secure as the deck of the vessel I ben noticed by every hunter, anti which 2. -:.. : _

ardently 10 Almighty God, that the evening of the sarot. day. We understand itself; and in thru instance, as in many certainly increases the liability of the g\tn I'' IBtk -u.ARRIVED.Jane S. .
pray Transput, Scbr. Florida
that the Officers and Men employed similar case, we are astonished that an invention to be bunted. Indou lebarrelgunswhereODe -
assemble find Baker P>W
i>hen we apain SVfiiiay G.: this occasion, received the warmest so simple, and so efficient, should barrel U fired, and particularly$ it the U. S., : Orleans. Stores for the
Army, at
and Tampa Bay.'
our country flourishing united; approbation from Com. Chauncey, the not have been made at an earlier period. charge has been heavy, the recoil loosens U. S. Schr. Shark, Isaac McJTeeTer
I Es .
happy. commander at this station,on the successful the wad on the shot in the other barrel. Commander from a cruize. .
the last act of duty work Ecanomy.:'-M. Say, a celebrated If the recoil is considerable the
In performing completion uliheirarduous day's ,or same June Wtk -U.. S. Ship, Hornet, Capt.
by declaring: the House adjourned to .,v. }". G aztltt. French writer on political economy, barrel has been fired several times in Alex. CUx.oo Esq., commander.

ihe first Mendny in December, I bid The, -nomination of General MACOXH, has the fpllovyirig story :Being iu ,succession wad and shot, the wad space.in the between other the barrel powder becomes 22.-Schr.Maria,J. Mc C. Baker, Appalachicola. -

affectionate farewell. iu Cniet'of the ol the I had an example of one
you all an a s tomTianucr Army country, con.i er"blc. The increased din-

The HoiT5C then adjourned till the the United Slates, has been confirmed by of those. small losses which a family is! ger, therefore, of bursting this! bam.-,! Juue 14Srhr.SAILED.William Osborn, Hathorn -

first Monday in December\ next. the Senute. exposed through; negligence. From when fired must be evident. To avoid New Orleans. Ballast.

--- The bill increasing the compensation tfantofalatchufsraall valuetheYck; this danger after loading the bar 14. Schr. Elizabeth
.!:;:_-- -," -= .-- of the Medical StaWof the Nun'. has become empty Forsyth, New Or
et of a barn Vard (looking to the t ret and before returning the ra.umer, it leans. Ballast. -
'f) 'ti ,1Z 'b; D rb \ a law. Also, the bill allowing! ten ;
4E t ..3-, '-, fields often left should be the constant practice of those June 17/A--Schr. Thorn Reily, N. Orleans -
nioi.tli and ) was one
one ;
additional ,
d-jllns open every
--- - 00.4- pjl y per I who regard their safety, to replacethe 12.000 bricks br E. Noriega.
... ration per d-y, tt LieutcnMiiis ot' the who. went through, drew the door to, load in the other barrel by two or three I I .

_ _ but having no means to fasten it. it remained suiart strokes of the ramtUd. NOTICETs .

Navy.COMMUNICA ----- flapping; the poultry escaped, .lulu"a Courier

TIONS.Toti'.e and were lost. One day a fine pig got Hereby Given, ,
:--- : : Cure for Corns.-A gentleman, the land situattd.near the
EllitOTI; of the Pensacola Gazette.Cnpt out and ran into the wood, and immediately THAT
the Conn. Herald who be formerly owned
says may by Frrnche _
Holland late Master and Owner all the world was after it .
relied on informs he has found the and Fernando Moreno has! been purchajed .
R. us -
of the Schooner Harriot, ol Providence,
the the cook
gardener -"the tJn
dairy by the ;ted State and
I. arrived nere on the I'tln inst., passenger juice obtained by bruising green bean
maid all ran to recover the swir.e. hereafter be found
trespassing there-
in the U. S. Falmouth. and
Ship requt'stliIlw leaves a certain and oifectual for
cure wll
The gardener of him first on be immediately prosecuted.
publication of the following statement. got sight ,
corns ft should be the '
We sailed from Trnxillu, April 19th, with and jumped over a ditch to stop lim, applied to M. Woolsey,
== =ii .- of hides ana corns at night, four or five nights in
: a cargo asaparii'a, some he his Commandant
ancle and confined U. S.
TUESDAY. N l. 24 ih.Ycritf J :: spraineo was -Votry Yard.
: bound to the Havana. At 6 A. M. UCCCSSIOfl. It is etlicjcious
spier equally
: Jun.- 20th 1838 15
-- a fortnight to the house. The -4!.
Sans Pcur..NOT I on the 20th, passed Point de Castilla, witha when applied to ....art ._'" 4 --1.
...... liw breree S. W.-at 2 p. M, saw n small cook on her return, found all the ii'r.en
-- -- --- :--- -- -- < -T:::! s chci,11h and Felucca bearing E. S. E. sin- had left to dry by the fire, burned ; A Moral A/mosphtre.-Thlre is a cli- .O.r\CE.:

1C \l". about 8 mik'9! : distant, steering; the same and the dairy maid having run off before mate in a parent's uuue, there i i. a cumm- A. GORDON has loaned the book*

IT THE diflVuliy making collections course, bnt yawing about, *IR we supposed, she tied up the cows, one of them nation of circumstances to whose influence .. Lrs. -T.ercutoria". and the Rep rti of
'tor additional to get us clear of the land before they the child is exposed, which may not the L.tti'1
induced us tH an Commissioners. Tnoe.wn&v
M to the bubatribers to the Gazette: bodtded us.!! We listed our colors, which I broke the leg of ,a colt in the stable be detected or described, and which does h:\ b,;" o-.veil said boot will
M..t1\ vas not nsered hoisting theirs, and : The gardener's lost time moif than all else tonfttiivonr _
frf i)<- rt"llv its Patro7lS LJ making promptnsMiueuts ( by was worib things to ir.npej in* f'' hy r-turninff the same, or By leiv;
knotting that there were no vessels at mind, to give the tone of his
therefore altered his disposition to
; IoU' have so twenty crowns, valueing pain at Inir. them at the Bookstore. _. .' 'ItHAVE
'.ur renditions! as 10 receive FOUR DOL- Truxillo, when we left, o'iht description. nothing ; the linen burned, and 'cloth form hi* piinciples auJ habit( and to Je- -.----- '- .-,
HK5 =u tlie sutjsciiption to the Gazette, concluded by I heir actions, that they werePirates. ermine the growth, form, and stature of .

'i,' fu i iie ve.u in tull. of all those who really Accordingly we took in oui spoiled, were worth as mucn more nil whole character. If it be a deleterious 'r\\ Thstthth; .

:' advance- iMiesaiand hauled on the wind to the Here is a loss of forty crowns, and influence, precept and exhortation not
: i in just received
r p All Ajrents will please' note the above, .North and West ; the schooner: did the much pain, trouble, vexation and inconvenience prevail against it. Give exhortation and Orleans' from Schr.Bon vi*

it far in- same hut the Frlucckf'pt on yawing advice as you 1It'ase-you might as well declaim per Elizabeth,
and raake: so rtl'nsptcliv. for the want of a latch an addition to their
assortment of
dud the current year for all those whose about. Finding the tchooner neared u., against the malaria of Rome, or the and Book
r Gate ol subscription commences since the "e lacked nnd stood( back agniu for Truxillo which would: not cost three pence, enfeebling breath ol the equatorial regionsIt Stationary ; for sale at the -

31st December last. All who, since that when the schooner! made signals to the and this loss, through careless neglect, is no influence flowing from the chnracter PENSACOLA BO KSTORE.

dare have paid Five D.'liars in advance, Felucca, which %\as answered, and they falls on a family little able to support of the parents and other memoers at the SIGN: OF THE FOLio Ith4.

full:! be entitled to a credit! of One Dollar on both tacked and stooo after us. 'U eiuuingfast it." family, and the arrangements fir the household which the
I among are following : .
the wind at this .
us although
forth upon and their ftinili-tr
their subscription next year. conversation and
Hunt & Tardiff. i lime was veiy light. Whrnbout 2 miles As the} time modes of speech, the conduct of their unguarded Extra Q.iality Bus sis Bound BLAKJ:
for the
distant, the wind died away, neatly calm, holding Presidential hours, their little preference*, their BOf)KS, consisting Ledgers, Journals,
Gazette Office.rnsacola made : and each launched election is rapidly Letter, lavoice Cash
they signals again approaching favorite taste* and whims-iu short, ail that and Sales Books, .
? 23d June, 1829. I a boat full of men, and pulled for u*. the annexed statement-from the tbey do theim-elves, and all that tht-y say of foolscap Blank .Books, leather back I

The East Florida Herald, and Florida : Bonacca then bore W. by N. about 6l.Hgues Boston Ceritinel-of the number of others. This is an influence over i lit child's And cwmers, feint lifted, with and without
Advocate will oblige us hy giving the above distant, and from truJ.ilCo about 70 heart which i is never interupted. When red lines.
u few insertions in their respective papers.IL&T. milt'l.lv mate and men proposed taking electors in the several States, togetherwith I
you think, not of it, it is operating Wn quality Letterand Foolscap Ps
the boat and try to escape'l1nder favor ot I the mode of rlroosh>g them, will you have forgotten that your ott'sj/ring: is per, Gi It and Plain edged, .
-_. ----. __- ,. the approaching night, as their lives theysid. be found
---- ----- not uninteresting: to many"of present, it is operating If it be wi'a tendency Superfine Red Sealing Wax, .

The Newspapers of the day are generallyDevoid were more valu'ahle'thRn all the piopsrty. our readers. We recommendthem contrary to th language of jour ad- Best American Eagle Playing Cards ..
and u
I ol
was: same opinion,
interest. vice'it thwarts that advice. It a Rodger Superfine Silvered Steel Pen.
European poiiiicks is 1. being neatly! dart, and the boats duse ton to preserve it for future refer- puts powerful ..
: indeed a subject of moment, but accounts and irresistable! negative on every ad- knivr: ,
launched the boat en the opposite ence.
respecting he expected hostilitit'! rf Russia monition.-it cni.itadicts every piofession, Walker's Dictionary .
..iiiI' trunk and and some
: and Turkey aie so vaiioue, and ever fw provisions pix my and the men's papers things, with "The tenth Presidential term expiring mid sen at nought every expostulation Murray's Grammar, Reader, la Induction
contradictor. that it i is difficult if not imptI"s ;, with the 20th Congress the When you observe this, and see that y mr Key and Exercises.
her on
: all the money I had on freight, and left i
: lJlt' to jive fitx'in ate information u. ere faultless, you think child Books
any I 3d of March your Song assorted. .
ami in ditectiori the choice
pulled a su ;ia to keep I I.ccho ensuing, a of
pecli.ij;? them.Ve rune made a general ?e- ungrateful, self-ivilled, perverse. But where
< ncr between us and their boats, ?.nd Electors and Hunt &: Tardiff.
President and Vice does the
irc'ion for th- t'cpiit week of such literary l lame lie ? Is it wholly on his
agncultuial. and other articles ns ap- under favor of the night eca ed. They President, must be made in the pass part 1 Believe us, no. Pensacola. 12th June 1328. .
hoarded hf'rj and finding we fad her .
pc.irrd, the most hltt.'lestin'h fe\ei iu the boat, took what stores, clothes; &.C., lug year. The I.l\vof Congress (of Reproach not wife with biuor- _
err: T; ordetcietici.esrnay occur dutin r> they wanted, and left her to fry to catch IS02)) provides that the choice of Electors .
temporary abseice of the principal Editor, thf boat ; and as the sea breeze had set m | of. President be made nosstfshe gives sustenance to thy son,, 5 ,HEREBY GIVEN, to' all'Creditors.
it is hoped, will met with a favouiable in ; lest he' should swallowrith her milk .
dulgeuce. -4- f strong, we were fearfu ofVing s-eu by I IWf'm within thirty four days thfi Legatees, and persons entitled to
and did not make ssit but used the preceding p the tears of his mother.1w1iALT. distribution of the Estate of x-iircrs
The Anniversary of our National Independence
i5'iapidv| ours. At 2 A. !\I. ljt\t the main bench, the I \Winesday December The HticuEBULVK, late .of the .County of Bcanibia .
approaching I
we Felucca at the same tirn* laying too, head j I Constitution requires! of the Electors deceased ; that their claims and
have heaid fi nf> d I
iHiigerncnt or M 'rmina'ion C\)
in this ('ity III 1101 -e it by any ;public in shore. '/(' pulli-d off more to the west- to mept in their respective States on: demands will be barred at the expirationof

orientation. Public! celebrations on ward ; saw her wear round, and thought said third Wednesday of December, = -- two"\eara, from the date of tin Order

this (L ...,i..n. when properly conducted, they in bad seen in of, but they had the only wuie to vote by ballot separately, for a President Cotton Exports of the United Stat :.- of the Hon. the Judge of the County
consequence being lu n\r bench.
.mite discordant The Court, to the Clerk of said Court .administer
ten- feelings and lUy and followingtable respecting the exports to
At 4 P. M. ou the 21st, aiiivt at ruxiliu. Vice PI esident of the United .
palty :iiirnosii it'i.. .\,union and puticipa- of South Carolina awl Georgia: and ex'offidtl, on said Estate; unlett -
lion it, patriotic seititnrtil4 necessarily con Respectfully your ob't servant, States, one of whom at least, shall I the deficiency in the whole Crop nf the exhibited within that time to

ll.clf1i"jt our, *'ati nal, Jubilee. ; a meeting : Geo. H )\\"lallll. not be an inhabitant of the same State United Srates at the end of the presen I M. Crupper Chric .
.. ,
_ at the tivenoard, when the a :Joda- with themselves. This year the first season, wan made up by a few respcctabl e
tons connected with the occasion, arepleairb1t' : To the Editors oflkt PW311wla Gazette. Wednesday of December falls.()tT-the dealers of {;hirle; toll.-The calculatio n by J. G. Drake, D. Clerk:

mnsl, necessarily tend to sot- In your paper of!he Joih: Ma> it is stated t third day of the month ppears moderate, and will probably, at Pensacola 16th June .328-14-4r-.
ten or destroy the petty b.vkertngs of the that 'a letter from the Cashier oldie Bankof consequently the end of the season, be fcund but htt J Je -.f.'
!'lour. We yt Kope to sc-e the occasion the Siatf of Georgia d'at. d Savinnah I the choice of Electors must be maije out of the way. OT1t1.

duly and properly honored by the people 20th Apri1. s-'y*. thnt'lhe notes of the .Marine i on or after the 31st Octoher. The restilt.is the folio: wing. HEREBY .

ct our City.Arrival. and Fire Insurance Bank and B now Georgia & S. Carolina' 1
Legatees & entitled distrU
Macon are generally received in nil business persons to
of the Shark.The transactions throughout tbd States force, (and.at present there is no probability .- Oct. 1823; Upland Sea M. !:Jut Dn of the Estate TH-JMAS BoTLis.late

U. S. Schooner Shark arrives at nnd that they are, so far as he !knows or of their becoming changed; ) 165,000 14,000 is 179.000: of the County of Escambia deceased

lhi pert, un "cdntsda', the ISth inst., believes, in good credit and condition. the ensuing choice of :lc' Electorswill From N Orleans, 65,000 that their claims and demaiids will be .bar.
from a cruize ; Officers and crew in good A you are evidently disposed to give I be made in the several States of Car., &. 20:000N. : ( red at the expiration of two years, from -
health. : Virginia, 30.000 the date of
hose notes all the standing and character i the Union i3'tfe ,the order of the Hon the,
We have been kindly favored.ith dltfoUo'ing they deserve and the letter above quoted i in : t following; manner : ---I Judge of tbp Conuty Court, to the:

information. equivocal in its import-u may he agreeable : By GCDerat Ticket (18 Stales.) 294,000( I. Clerk of said Court, to administet, tx oft

On Saturday the 14th inst., the EngUshBrig to you to publish in addition to the opinion New Hampshire 3 votes | North Carolina 15 do LOSDOV. April 24, 1828. [.:/eta, on said Estate, unless exhibited

Henry Tilt from Belfast to New Or- 10 the Cashier of* the Bank of the. Massaehtiert 15 do I Georgia 9do Cotfori.--TIie import has been very moderate wlthilt that time, to

1ais. ran upon a'snag, (below Plaquemine) State of Georgia the fullduing lacts, viz. Rhode Island, 4 do Ohio, 16 do since the 19th inst. until to-day. M. Crupper Clerk

nnd sunk at daylight. Sunday morningro That the notes' of the Marine nnd Fire Connecticut, 8 do Indiana, 5 doMirfsitsippi when a ,change of wind has brought in ,
_ lives; last. Insurance Vermont, 7 do I 3 do by J. G. Drake '
Bank- of the State of Georgia New about ten vessels laden with Cotton of D. Clerk*
Jersey, 8 do
_ LIST OF OFFICERS. are received hy the Bank of tire United Pennsylvania, 23 do Illinois 3 do which there are 3 from Charleston. Thsaks Pe'istcola 16th June 1828-14-4L
Alabama -
ISAAC McKtKVKR, Eaq.. Commander.Lieutenants. States in this Cityfc.by every other Bank iu Vniiiiat i 21
.-Win. D. Newman, Archi- the State.-That in no single instance since i 5 do 14 do b bags, and there is hot much spirit in the 4'ohCt .- -

' laid R. Bogardus, Francis B. Ellison. its establishment has it refused or delayed I By the Le''Mnttire: ((2 States.) inquiry; but the market i is quite steady, q"tHE Surviving Officers Qfthe

_ 1 Szrgton -John R. Chandler. the payment ofspecie for its notes when I Delaware, :3 dn | South Carolinilldo and we do not observe any alteration i a IL tionary Army, who Revolu ..
Clerk. Cahoone. presented-That of commutation
Captain's -Benjamin they are equal Credit to the prices. -
In Districts
.h'pmen5pt"ncer C. Gist, John M.Gardner any in this State-and the' cirdit'and condition ((4 States.) certificate, and thts sprriving noncommissioned -. _

Henry.V.lt rs, Samuel Penhal- ot the Bank have never been ques'tioned. -, Maine, 'J do J Maryland, lido LivsnrooL, April 24, 1823. officers aud soldiers of that

:ow, and Hem V Touhnin. I New York.: 30 do [ Tennessee, 11 do 1 he demand this! week continues steady Army, (not on the.pen.slou list: ,) who r*..

The writer of the foregoing statement Total votes, 62- tho' moderate at last week's prices! principally ceived certificates for the promised reward -

Arrival of tho Hornet. being to you a stranger, begs to refer to -Of those to the trade at about 2000 bags of eighty dollars for enlisting for
131 are necessary to constitute per day. We the market will the wrand
the Editors
of tlii Georgian for the correctness expect get continuing in the sen'ice im
'' Arrived at this! Port on th. 20th inst. the I a choice the Electoral stiffer a little for all kinds til its
T'. S. Hornet Alexander of what he has stated, and his means! by Col but Sea Islands termination, are requested particularly
?hip Claxton of information, requests you will publish leges." of common quality being already higher: to send the'ir! names, anti the names-
Esq Commander from New York Officers
: the annexed, as it is written in connr.ionwith in proportion than other kinds become of the places where their
_____ aDd crew all u.ll. We hav: received the From iflnte London Paper. nearest Post
the quoted letter. more precarious. There continues to be Offices ure keptby letters (under
Correction Time. It cover t.
following of may not, perhaps -
a good business! do-ing in tne country for: i the Secretary of the Treasury
be generally known, that those who ,)
_ List of the Officers. This reference is by permission of the were born before the 0th' of February, goods and yarns and the stock of cottons I 11.<) Colonel Aaron Ogden, at the City of

ALEXANDER CLAXTON, Commlzndant.LieuttMnll.rchibald Editors of the Gp.orgiantowhom iti is known 1800, should after that day, reckon the ir in the hands dealers, and spinners i avery Wasbingtop, who,will be there ready to
that the writer possesses every means of limited, having made tiii receive them. This
birth : port the will
S. Campbell, I days a day later than before.Those .supercedc the
Jesse Smith, Heary Bruce, Henry Piukney correct information on the subject stated. who were living before the alteration i of depotfor the last two years. We have a necessity .f appointing....gents.totranlact
Robert D. Jvobertson #f Bevan. favorable; opinion of the t' the business the _
Thorburn. the style, in 1751, may recollect that after: for Put demand at Treasury Department
Surgeen.-Wm. Birchmore. Savannah, 4th June, 1623. that alteration, their birth days were cotton manufactures continuing, par from whence by this means, the proper

I Purser.-Robert Pottenger. reckoned 11 days later. A farther alter, ticularly when free intercourse is thrown: papers will' be sent, free trom expenseto

Su *ton': Mate.-Samuel Barrington. Improved mode of Jixine the M3riritr'a ation of one day took pbce in iSO, open with the South American provinces each individual, showing his rigbt to the

1-' 'ffidJhipmcn.-James II. Rowan, Albert t Compass.-Mr. Lemuel Langley, of the which would, in the usual course, have now in a state of hl k.uJe. Greater credit I- benefit of the.act of ConK & lately passed

I MaoUnirl. H M. Houston, T. M. Washington United States' Tinvy Yard, at Gosport, in been leap year, but had ,only 365 ibys. being now given to. the reports that in f favor of persons of the above decription. -

John Fisher, Robert E. Johnson,, Virginia, bas recently obtained a patent If we suppose a child to have been barn: we will experience JL considerable diminution I- _

I-- Henry Lincoln A.. Steele, Riche R. Swift, Levi I for a mode of fixing the Mariners Compass on the 31st Dec..1796, on the 31.t "<-c. :1 in! the Imports of cotton this season N: B. Editors throughout the Unit .

jr.Captain's by which the binnacle is entirely dis 1800, he hulliyed 4 years of 365 days' when the trade are fully satisfied of the States are requested to.give two insertion

.Vaster'slatt.Thos.Clerk."John. Sirall.jr. pensed"with, the Compass is secared from each ; bat as every 4Ui year #bou!
Gunner -John Burns. W. Robinson. injury from cannon shot, the snipping of 366 days, the child was not four yean old I "ungIY better prices. The demand --

Boarnoain.Wit1iltlR L cch. heavy seas, and from various other causes till'the 1st of Jan. 1801 : and a mn born 1 for Carolina Hice still continues limited POlBALE,. _
By: this arrangement, the Captain can, in istofJan. at 17 a 19s.Augwta: .
Stetrarrf.-John K. Reaniy.I 1751 was 10 years old on he12th : THJE SOJIOOKEK
I the cabin see the courseof: resselas, of Jan 1761, and was 50 on the IJlh: June 3;-United State Hank _
Fire perfectly as the steersman on deck, and the Jan. 1801. Hills 4 Covingtou Packet.burthen '
-The N. York papers inform per ct. prem. ; Freights to Sa- ;
us for telltale is
necessity a obviated. In the
that the 26th \ annals, 25 Charleston 50.
on ult. a fire broke out in a most tempestuous weather, there wjno difficulty ; 32 Tons, ,about five

livery*ith stable in Bayard Itrf'tt. which spread : whatever, in illuminating the compass The word'La4y in the Saxon original No change hs teen place in our Cotton years old, and loads with a light draft, of

I many unexampled buildings and rapidity and destroyed' so.that, it can be seen" perfectly. _Inigt4 signified, llbread giver."- m. kd duringthe: past eight days, our water.

ry Theatre. amougGthers-._ the Bow as,HI broad dAylight; .,' .("Leffday.!: ") These two words improved prices are supported by a constant ALSO
We The, conjrivanee, by whlcKin these ad I.yantagisdc4 I.' fn speculative denund, which canno' THE .
in the were the
preceedmg page a me. secured is' : course of time corrupted to
thod t of perfectly implev 1 be checked maltviaiheven by a fluctuation
of the preserving fruit The trees from the attack irid wHKatoJnoe, b. obviour feb .everypei: Lady, airfthe_ original meaning i is now ot the-European markets,bhould such 41 OSBORX,

'_ by our worms.Florida same is worth n'tnal son; l aqt wi t i n ujical 1 t.:, as little known as the benevolent happen during the rest of thi Mauwn. 55 Ton burthen -
friends the about three:
; as worm fairs h"h1J'cooYer. is" _
4L cut
81 the root tbniygn"tBt pfactice which rise the Quotations range from 10 to 11 j and 12cents.
destroy our most vaulable! fruit deck gave term years ot u, is copper fastened and '
'____ If it o the'cabib, at, or neaf If.all ladies .- Much cotton under 10 to 10J' ha* coppered -
I'l- and in
prove puccessful were now as every respect a
our mar:11 the pta wtere the binrJade is'WiiiUy all t:: formerly, superior vessel
t *'i!! been withdrawn from the market ..
en oon furuish an abundant supply'of uated",.Tvilh n thitiole th'e C.mPIO's i is really bread givers, their attractions by. planters -apply to : .
who look still for
CIO : frait.: a mora important'impfuvemcnt. JOSEPH 1"-
I placed; Utisf_ at: *<&*. *.**&*&J- t ftr7 J ifpouiblo,'* vldbe increased, .-G crgi&l. "- '5th' Jupe, 1028-FORSTTII.Pejisacola 13-k. .



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ISGIVEN HEI'tEIJY Cn'Vn i1\ -P\\i\\\\\ \ %1ft M'31fl
o TOEWAKD.WHEREAS SUBSCRIBER respectfully in. ANDLadies' .
Subscriber has received _
just THE
,MARTJN flu rTO, who THE per. his friends, that he will rrtilldraw
from Orleans Literary
New ,-making 1828 Gazette
2 9lh day of Mwcb, Deeds Bill of Sale,
convicted of an attempt his assortment of Sea 8t.,. rI UTpHAT on the Mortgages
to rob the United States' mail broke the complete : very I levied ao attachment bn .he real Powers of Attorney, and other Instruments (Third Volume.) _

jail of Pensacola' or. the night of Thursday Macaroni, in baskets and personal property of Mr. Joseph \ of Writing, in the most approved T is thus prematurely we present out

15th May, just ; I do hereby offer a Vermicelli in boxes Crutat, absent, at the suit of Mr. Ihomas forms, on the usual terms; and solicits a L selves before the r.umerous patronBf

Reward Dollars Gruyere cheese Wilson of Baltimore. continuance ot their Orders. } the| Philadelphia Album, and the reading
of Patte graase do. Henry Wilson, W. Hasell Hunt. !f public generally, with a Prospectus olthe

.it for the re-apprehension ana delivery of Raisin' Prunes, Almonds U. S. Marshal the Pensacola, 26th March, 1828.VU.JUwJ1ERC1.dLHU1'EL.. 3d Volume, which will commence on the
l said ChamJ&igneVine( Western District of Florida 6th of J uric next. The liberal manner i il\ -

HUTTO Fa mil Flour Pensacola, 1st April 1828.-3-tf. which the work has been hitherto eaccmr.
MARTIN -, -' House occupied by MajV. the letters of congratulation
Do do half bbls. lately aged, : wj w
to any t1ha01" Jailor of the U. States. Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Pork THE THIS WRIGHT, was epened one we are daily in the habit of recchw;

Said HUTTO is about six feet high, Mackerel, No. I, and No. 2- 1 U Z1 Ithrarmeivs 16th of February, by the Subscriber: from our numerous subscribers,and abort _
stout built, dark complexion : hu large Superior Goshen Butter ll\ga"Llne who respectfully Solicits a share ofthe Patronage j lithe flattering testimonials or COrnD1tnOo
of AGIUCUL TV- of the PuMic. All, which the 10calities I! elation which have been ao ;
Best Cincinnati acquisition generally
black whiakers, and a very bad counte covered llama FOR the 'I and ____
nance. It is supposed that he has made Middling Uacon, &c. LITERARY, and MISCELLANEOUS afford shall be studiously provided, publicly expressed in the editorial cot-
KNOWLEDGE. and every attention devoted to the quiet and mimi of our brother publishers, induceU _
for Mobile, and intends to take shipping Julius Pescay. _
is i comfort of those who will favour the Heuse 1 1with'a to believe that the work has obtaLnedcharucter
from that for the North. "Knowledge power-Bacon.
place Pensacola, 26th. Fehy 182S-.50-tf. 'IAn and a.
: preference. I I both at home abroadwhiciif
W. Hasclt Hunt I THE FARMER'S MAGAZINE is deigned Billiard Table, attached to I. !
excellent it's sustained, will
-- w S'f % \3R.1D.1. to contain information drawn from ( creditably not di.-
Master. !
51 Post AUTHENTIC SOURCES relative to theimprovement the establishment, occupying a separate honor the reputation of American iscel. 1

" :r post Office.( Pensacola, ( A VJSIT OF WEST FLORIDA And of remarkable building will contribute to amusementwith laneous literature, and entitle it lo i |fair
,. ,. Florida, 16lh May 1828 > 'RACING its Geography, out interfering with the good order portion of that munificent
.. Topography of number
Manure patronage
' ... :! E Farms, sources of the House and private parties cane
{*;;':\*' 7Hulto: was accompanied In his escape &c., with an Appendix, and kind of Stock, farming utensils, laborers quiet b always accommodated, -with a distinct which ot late years has been so indieri _

;t'4'1 ., by Enoch Hove, who has yesterday! re- treating of its Antiquities; Land Titles. dairies, &c. ; AGRICULTURAL sitting room. I inately lavished upon works of an imita

%<;nr eived forty-nine lashes and stood in the : and Canals.. IMPROVEMENTS ; drawings and descriptions There is on the premises, one of the best tive character. Since the commencementof

: tojllory! two hours, for the crime of Burg i TOGETHER WITH of USEFUL INVENTIONS ; Stables in the place, where Horses shall be this miscellany, two years ago, a t host -
,&fciti: dry. 10-3t I A Map of West Florida, critical notices and reviews of uch publications strictly attended to. weekly publications professing sirnilat

>;: : Exhibiting a Chart ofthe Coast, R Plan of as may tend to the interests ofthe JOHN GARNIER. ends and advocating similar principle,
*i 4* ; Notice is hereby Given, the Husbandman ; improvements in the have started up in almost every town and ____
1.i breed of DOMESTIC ANIMALS ac TSUIVZS, village in the Union. It is with satire.
at the next Term of the Hon.A. ;
CrpttAT Ciof Tensacola
and DOMESTIC Board Month, $ 25 tinn, we discern that the appetite for
*i JrvjVfe! the county Court, I will present the countsof such FOREIGN per mis. ;
and the Entrance cf Pensacola Harbour. trees, shrubs vines, plants seeds and Day Boarders, 20 cellaneous literature has been whetted
*:v ::..-. accounts and vouchers, $f anply! for a : ,
1i J settlement of the Estate Thomas! Com I BY Jon LEE: WILLIAMS. grains, as are considered necessary or useful Dinner 75 this circumstance, the understanding i baa
;t'4'c.. :' senior deceased. Just received, for sale byW. for subsistence, comfort or ornament Breakfast or Supper 374 been enlightened, and the taste quickened .
.. rayns Thomas Ha ell Hunt. with INFORM \TION relative to their Horses per day 1 25 with a desire to peruse and possess

'V; Comrayns, Pensacola, 8th Jan. 1828. i treatment, growth, requisite kinds of soil, per month 20 works of this character, and of merit, ha.
Testamentary Executor. I &c. : and in short whatever may tend to.. Pen acola, February 20th, 1328.-45 ti ving for their: ostensible and twofold end,

, :tS: FensacoU, May 10th 1828-9-Gt. ---1... H. NlhBIST increase the produce of the soil, and advance i m.stiiiction and amu ement. The exceedingly .
., Madeira Wines Cordials L 'c.
the RURAL ECONOMYT of the cheap rate at which
intny of
inform his and
XOTlOti. EGS leave to Friends
I'to I B country. FJECEIVED per Schr. Orleans from these periodicals are published, and the
former Customers that he has
t ALL persons having claims attaint the i business at, his Old Stand recommenced ,- Insertion will always be given to such Jti Philadelphia I i iihutfng variety of topics which aredi,. .
. 1; of MXNUIL Uosiriy deceased ; REPORTS, addresses and papers, as maybe 10 cases superior Old London Particular cussed in their pages, has been productive ".
where he has for sale assortment
:, ,lfi. are requested to present the same to the ofFresh a very good communicated for publication, by the Madeira me. ; of hat natural consequence, which

Subscriber and all persons indebtetl to | several| AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES 10 Old Port Wine. we in particular, among our compe'itori

'ia!: caid estate are called on to make immc- Seasonable Goods, 0 this and other States. 10 Cherry Brandy, Superior. for public approbation, have been so ,

diate payment to JOHN DE LA. HUA.Jlgcnt Deceived .>y the latest arrival: from New A LAND REGISTER, will contain, as I 20 .* Cordials, first quality assorted in 1 largely blessed with-a wide and
:: for the ..itlmni'x.t York and Philadelphia.'f' :at' as practicable, a list of farms which the cases 1 doz. each. ing patronage. It is true, the increu1

i!t: @ Pensacola! May 15th, 1828-9tf. 3,3iand4 Point Blankets are now, or may hereafter be,FOR SALE;; 10 Wine Bitters. we enjoy in point location, and 4

, ..4h'U, ... -- 7.4 and 84 Striped Duffield Blankets I account of their size, situation, quality 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. rary stamina inherent to the reflecting ,-;:
"r LuJacksoii \:.1WTN. 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney da and such other particulars as may be 3 Barrels Cherry Bounce. nature of our city ; has possessed us cf :

tIo., ,',.; 't Superior Court 3 bales White & Drab Flushings I deemed useful. 6 Half Bbls. Anniseed, Peppermint many advantages of which our brethren J:

1 i Blue and black imperial cloth ; blue Space will be afforded for the SOLID I and Cinnamon Cordials.:: are deprived. All thtse prope ties of ;'_
r:";1t1s: Western District of Florida, and mi xt cassimeres ; sati netts, assorted and Sterling BEAUTIES of LITERATURE For Sale by good fortune have increased in worth and .

11:;..:' March Term, 1828. ; super super and common fancy the useful arts and Sciences, Nat 11'' II. Nisbet abundance with the existence of our p*. >

J .;:'I Thomas Hu'I I, Complainant, "> prints; 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens ; Irish I Ul'all-hstoryancl Philosophy, Biograph} per. The regular contributors to the ..J'
" ; i'i'; '.5. I f lawns ; dimities ; super 6-4 fancy ging. Voyages! and Travels, state ofthe markets: Pen acola. Dec. 20 1827. work are numerous and good,and the occasional .

" ':t'r'I ; Romeo Lewis, Richard C. hams; white yellow, red and green flan in the principiISe&iports&c.: Sto.TERMS. DISSOLUTION.THE donations which are perpetually .m

: t; "i.- Allen & Simeon Cook Def'is. J net ; black and colored bombazetts.: flowing in upon us from the generosity of
;; printed bombazetts and flannels : partnership of FINLAT & RUSH- literary strangers,. with those I
? It appearing to the Court, by the Affidavit Salisbury THE FARMERS IAGAZIwiH be emanating
i: .I+i of Thonus Baltzell, I2sq that Hicham ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton halls:; published SEMI-MONTHLY ; the pric: in consequence of toe death of from the ambitious aspirations of}youthful :

1: ( .. Allen, one of the Defendants in this beavertecns, linen cambric ; cambric is three dollars, payable either the time Mr. James Uushton, is dissolved ; all per genius, keeps us constantly furnished
:i f cause, resides out of the liisHct ofthe Territory lulkts ; Harare hdkfs; black Italian crape ; o subscribing or on receipt ofthe first: sons having cKiims: against the late firm, with a choice variety of solid and inter I

:;:1: !; : in which the said Bill i is filed ; it is flounced robes ; gingham do, spider nets! ,, number. Thai FORM and SIZE has been will present them to the subscriber for: tsting literature. Among our correspondents .

'r.rtf; ', ordered that thcsaid Defendant appear patent threads, Russu diapers, piuiu and I adopted which is deemed most convenient settlement, anSI those persons:: indebted, we can enumerate biocrrapra- J '"

:i "',!l. and answer the said Dill of the saidrompluinant l fig red book muslins, Madras and ]trit. for bunting, while the quality of the will come forward and make payment, phers, essayists! novelists and polls, all ; J

.:;k.'.:::. on or before the first day of the i ho a hdkls.f comp'y fbri s, figured crape paper, bsunty of theiype, (entirely newj; as no indulgence can be Driven. anxious win the meed oran enlightened i'. W

!t:: ;: :','. I next Term of this Court, otherwise the i r.sts ; white, brown and mixed cotton and the general execution of thc work, JAMES FINTLAY.Pensacola public's approbation, and all competing .z t.\

. ;. Complainant's Dill shall be taken pro con half hose ; white and mixed worsted aim L will be such, a:) il is hoped will reflect 20th. Nov. 1827.-.36-tfFllUE in the generous rh'alry.ot talent. If there ': .

;t.r.j.,."}....t.... fesso. 8-9t."Plantation I l lamb' wool do ; fine linen hose, ladies credit on the Publishers, and GRATIFY Subscriber has just received I i i4 any department which has not been j.jff
jrI' 4"I white and black' cotton do., lead, slate, ITS PATRONS. JL Elizabeth, Forsyth. from New per Orleans sustained with sufficientjl.cl -ment Itisthat ".

'lJg lor Sa\fc. and black worsted do. piain anl camblct: 'I[I Editors giving the above a few inser. a very large assortment of Groceries f of the editor. And even here. were we to J.:.

'!" tlIL. Subscriber withes to sell: his right ; cloaks, furniture, check, bed-ticking, su.perfine tions wiJl ne entitled to a copy of the lie oflcrs in addition to his former credit the flatteries of our cotemporarics ..r .
"I cotton ehirtin -, oi I. cloths, I black j I we might have spared ourselves .
pii ;;. 4! of pre-emption to a plantation situa I work. Address L. Z. RIC-IARDSUJT & Co. stock :- 'i'
t bombazines: fancy belt ribbons, black and\ this confession. But
r.ViI ted on Saint Rosa's Sound, twenty five. Agents for the proprietors.Philadelphia. ChampaigMC Wine, in Baskets of 1 do*; this may
: ;: : miles from Pensacola ; together with a white satin and mantua: do.,5.41I'i*h shut March 1, 1828. each, warranted superiordo. have, been heretofore, hereafter it shall >: .,
. 't tng.8.4 fhmask, lirown linen- black: J be b tte'red.Ye "
; ,P stock of cattle thereon consisting! of about ; super PROPOSALS Brandy of 1820.Z pledge it with the y.
f I and white, plaid aul striped, IJ-tjjtiite:; i confidence ofcxperience/mcreisingycars, :r
d ji; One Hundred Head. The Plantationconsists tOte Currants
printed shawls and hdkfs ; printnl Waterlooshawls.fancy for publishing in the City of Mobile an:, and awakeniHg'vigour.
.l I' ''i$!:; of one hundred and sixty acresof I I' PonchongTea Depending we ,:.1
: silk dh ! .. : good land, about fifteen of which have : > > ; Prunes, ver) fresh upon opinions the public .
' : t'I! been cleared. I l linen glovct, linen tapes, Itussa slIrting--! BE ENTITLED THE Ut sins I j for the reputation, and consequently the
\I 4 millM drab cloth; blue! Sired slruuds, iLc.I SOUerl01)s ? t I circuiationnf journal, we shall be
: : ; t For terms, &c., apply toRandall yver.y Almonds ? ., as,*
I ALSO, siduous to please that public, and render I
! tt'doc Claret of 1820
ij:1ti Ali! 4 assorted Bv \ D. WADDI.LL ff Co.
cases sai'dlory, ourselves more justly. entitled to their ,
I Tuscaloosa
:};I: .;.. IJ nsa'olalay 1st. 18J8.-7-tf.( I 9 cases Brew tcl'& !,.it assorted qllaiiI Editors Custom haM rendered it necessary for Goshen Butterdo. Rye Whiskey benefactions.-The tone of our seutime.nti :i.m
r1. when throw
I':!;: ties they themselves on will
always take the colour of .
Cheese our j djmenr -1-
4jr NO HOE. 5 trunks fine ready made clothi-ig the Community for patronage, to state the and sincerity and justice shall! be. ...
.:.....-....."._'IU. I 1 2 trunks! l laihs* and gentlemen boots i j princip'cx by which they will be governedin .".Bcf, m i .bbU. for family use the onlmorlct:1tot'I on the strictures )
I flf
Jt.'1 ;,..."!"' .ALL': Ultelf-st i 1.in the I I'stati' I and slioi'Sj the discharge of their duties. We are With an additional supply of Dry Goods; that 4"
' I'I : ROYLF.S, decease!, arehereby Republicans of the Jejfersjn School and Hard ware, Glass ware & Queens ware judgment. AU that can serve to in. i
, '':: ''t- nctitied that !he Underpinned, I Children an.l hrys'! shoes; brogans, Stc. are opposed to the UtitiKliuuriau, Sold Low for Cash. ; struct add to amuse, all that is calculated -
" Soal 1';. thel', caU ,Vim, shoe thread : : construction cither to the
: ;t Clerk ot'the enlighten undhsta1dinOf
Coun'y Court wilt Ai-o
; '/cotidminister ofthe Constitution ofthe United J. :
!.* I. 25 ktgo Vir 'iuiu Tobacco Pescay. to the heart
improve will be
i said ,
: on Estate ; ;:ursuaill0 Slates, assumed eageriy and _
..- 5 boxes cavendish do. as by fie present Administration. Pen=ar.Ma, Jan. llth
.z't. ;' nn order of the lion the Judge of the superior We deny the assiduously sought after to adorn our pa <'
:rt..' ... :;!;'I:wt." County Court. Hardware, os 'c. to canyon Internal) Improvements power of'Congress in an\: 'JOv.7i.V or MAGJ.VOIaI4.: ge The advocacy which in the outset .___:

;.4\1 A ; .M. Crupper, Clerk. Pen, pocket, sports-nen and desk: ofthe States without their consent; b.1tin in the new Town of we professed for woman, and which ..w'J
M.ignol a believe has been the
: knives ; knives ai.l forks, carvers waitersand makingthis frank avowal of sentiments lOTS paramount cause of ;
;'t' : By J.; G. Drake D. Clerk our offered for sale. This
place Ihe
.. success this journal will
. hc needles snuffers rather! .,
'It. trays ; Hcnning's t we do not wish it to be understood
-r .: ....:.!' Pell acob 30th ituated 8 miles from Fort St. Marks increased '
f 18287tf. on than diminished
:t!.......;...:.....i'.:1", April, -. and trays, plated spurs, spectacles! : that we are opposed to the principle of the St. Marks' river and 15 from Tallahas conduct. In its future <
.,tt{ :,. carpenter' tools, shoemaker's and cur Internal Improvements, but to the mannerin Dispassionate criticism, moral
.. : :4::. OT IC E. rier's do., stock locks, padlocks, shovel! which they are carried on. see.Town The vessels river can be navigated lo the t cti franc1 mel'itorious'cr"c., will ever be .

}t Jr. 4 persons having claims' against thei.b' and tongs kettles, sauce pans, cotton As natives of Virginia and adopted citizens The situation by is high drawing, dry 8 and feet water. welcomed to its columns. The arts and
ALL healthy acieiccsshialI
cards ; not be
&c. &c.Pensacola forgotten the
of Alabama ,
t, por
: of : are that
r Fruscisco LLOPIZ deceased proud we can I t has two Sulphur Springs in the "
: Dec. 7th! 18-:7-8-: vicinity, brilliant witticism, er pleasant don mot lost
. conscientiously: doctrines
) srerequestedto present them to theSubscriber commonin one of which is only 200 yards from the in a world of pedantry anti .
J 1fq :.1 ; and all persons indebted to both States and as Southrons will Public metaphysics.In
Square. They are said to
possess short, the most devoted and
fa tidiouJ
"' I'd estate, arc requested to make imme MAIL ARRANGEMENT 1 strenuously advocate the interests of the great medical qualities. :
...: South far attention shall he paid hoi to the matter
'J' I. diate payment to FLORIDA MAIL. as as may be consistent with For further intbrmatian of
I Terms &c. and
:J JN. DE LA RUA.Executor.. Due Tuesday at 10 o'clock those ofthe whole Union, which shall be: manner ofthe work, with" laudable!
't every \ M.i I apply to J. G. and N. Hanilen St. }Marks ambition to render it stilt
more ,
4 I a consideration. deserving:
'I Departs: same day at 2 o'clock, P. Jl. paramount or Steele
,. '. 1 With Augustus Tallahassee. among readers of ate and Attainments.Tbc .
L Pensa.colslSlh May, 1828 _9tf. BLAKELEY MAIL, I question respect which to- the great political St.tarks! 10th August, IS27-24-tf embellishments which shall accompany
Including Mobile and the now agitates the Union, the third volume of this
Staled of Louisiana I. : : work, shall '.
LAND AGENCY. and Misii sippi. I'I' we .In no tavorofthe hesitation avowing our sentiments MASONIC MIRUOK. [exceed those of the former volume >

subscribers have opened an of. Due every Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, M. I Gen. ANDREW people's candidate, T HE publication of the Masonic Mirror, Nothing shall Toe called so that shall ant f ":j
THE for the purchase and sale of p Departs every Friday at 12 o'clock, XI.ALL l L. I h I done more fur the south. has will be .supendedfrom this date oe considered intrinsically! an embellish.nenL ).;.
western States
lands, at St Au. istii\ein the house fortnerly OTHER MAILS. !I han: any other man now whose TKE A1W.4BA.NTH: -If they consist in engmviags.thtry :.q,
occupied by Col. Perrault, at the Due every Sunday at 4 o'clock, P. MDepart I firmness, decision, and sound living judgment; as a Masonic work, will take the plAce ot wil! be such as to do honor to the country, '

south west corner of the public square, every Tuesda and Saturday, at I together with his ardent patriotism, eminently the Mirror-will be devoted exclusively and not the miserable prints that are geo:1
: :tj where persons! desirous to accomplish either 8 o'clock, A. M. qualify him to preside over the to Masonry, and will appear on the 15th erally imposed upon the unwary and the ,

IS'iSl1 purchase or sales of real estate, are :JLetters which arc not deposited destinies of this great Republic. I of this month ; and sufficiently encouraged generous. The paper.shall be good and 1.

!wtt requested to leave their commands. i I one half hour, before the regular In a community of Freemen, the Press I it will appear on or about the 15th uniform. in its texture. The number of ;

S-Wil:' !HtrflMih'HJ A long residence in the Territory of time appointed for the departure of, has a powerful influence-hence the great of every succeeding month. The original pages tfill be the same as at present, :
Florida has enabled the subscribers design of the work will be far out from a more discriminate .
it'M 'ik, ot'the conductors so amended arrangementof )
the responsibility Ofk
- f ? Mail! will be detained public
; become intimately( acquainted with nearly until the.. Journal. As such! it shall be our unceasing as to embrace Original Masonic Essays ; h the tye, a larger portion of reading
w all the individual claims to land, in thi- next Mail ; unless it suits tim convenience endeavors to merit the of: Poetry ; and General Intelligence, rda: :natter will be furnished weekly. Will :.

district* as well as to their titles, locations, of the Post Master to mail an enlightened Community.patronage We tive to the Institution. The price will these views in anticipation, we throw ourselves

; : qualities, and relative value. And the increasing them soonor. aware of the arduous undertaking are in be 52 per annum in advance ; and it is upon the bounty of the public, so .

applications made' for information : |C7: On Sunday, the Post Office which we are about to embark ; but hope expected that every person wha subscribes liciting none to encourage who shall not
&t11 from part of the'Uni %d States, for it, will remit the consider the
, every will be kept for one hour after by industry and perseverance to succeed. amount on the possession of the work
;r- more especially, respecting sugar.estates the 11 Jit beyond the power of mortals te reception of the second number after equivalent to the amount of the subscrip
N1 has induced them to believe, that an establishment : arrival and assorting of the Mail; success commund 9iih4Ctiting, or the third will not be J tion. .,

if. 1: .f : of this kind,could be rendered and letters will not be delivered out But -we'll do more-;deserve it." forwarded. To the numerous itora who have so:!o

;j41: useful to the public.Atlorderadirected of the office at any other time on that With this brief outline af our principles, Subscribers to the Mirror, who wish the generously: copied our former notice,

to them, for copies this Prospectus is respectfully: submitted Amaranth, are requested to give an early who have so liberally commended our
of surveys map or plans as well as other day.'V.. lIas ell Hunt. to the Public, for their patronage. notice to that efiect. feeble efforts to please, and who have 10
it t" ; information, on the above subject, will be It i is: contemplated that the first numberof Agents for the Mirror are respectfully largely transferred our articles into tfe*

furnished without delay. letters, postpaid POST OFFICE, Post Master. the Observer will appear on the first L requested to me their influence in. giving columns of their journals, we return oUt

: directed to the Land Jlgtnty, St.1 Pensacola, 1st April 1828.33t.NorlOE. day October next, or sooner, if the materials circulation to this work. All who procure unaffected thanks. Beggars that we are

tuftuune, will receive due atteR ion. (for which one of the proprietor*, six subscribers and will become responsible the obligation will be still more enhanced :';:

JOHN LEE WILLIAMS who is professionally a printer, will start fur them will be entitled to a 'by a few insertions of this prospectus

\WILLIAM. SIMMONS, to the North in a few days) can be trans seventh copy. We do not offer an exchange in companIon
tb FRANCIS J. FATIO. THE Undersigned is authorized by ported to this City.in time.CONDITIONS.. To those who have paid in advance for for this service, but as a feeble tribute

Dec. 27th, 1827.44tf legal representative of Dna. El the present voJume of the Mirror, the to their cotiriesy, lor even then the obH*
t vira Zuleta.widntr of Dn Ant'o Mirayafor- \u'anth will be forwarded full gutinn will
: 1 Inferences} THE OiSEHVB for 10 the oe uncaMCelled aid the same
i .t Col. J os. M. n bite, merly of this city, and executrix of the! printed on an imperial the sheet City will be amouut, unless otherwise ordered, or the r The Philadelphia Alpum _will continue .

S Delegate from; Florida, estate of said Mira)"a, deceased, to offer and handsome type, three times, with a week new r Mirror be resumed. j to be issued every Wednesday at $2& < {i

Mr. Henry S. Tanner, Philadelphia, for sale during eight months and aJ"VeYouldagain solicit the attention per annum, invariably in advance. It ** lt
Doctor Brush, Vew York, One lot and house tJlrreo", No. 281, for four months, at eight, dollars once a week of Agents to the immediate adjustment advisable that all who wish to obuiut- i!

Bernard E. Bee, Charleston, Intetidencia Street, inWhis City. num, to be due on the delivery of per the first an of the accounts committed to their care ; complete volume, commencing wlth.tO& i
One tract containing 22 Cabaleria* and those subscribers who have first number of the
: : Mr. James Williams, Baltimore. number. little orno next, will forward U.w! "f
I' '. -.------ -- ofland situated betwixt bayou Texar, andthe The Observer for the communication with Agents are re* narnes, enclosing one year's subscript0. ''''
Bay of Pensacola. The nature of ti ie Country will be quested to remit the amount of their bills immediately. The will thea be ,
SUG.\R BOU.EttS.THE ground is said to be of .the best kind for published of weekly, and contain all the 1 Ay mail. Agents are authorized ta remit regularly and promptly paper forwarded. A'J*' 1
subscriber has for sale,a few pair manufacturing bricks, and the proximity *, on City a sbect pipers of the and same new advertisement us'the- j in the sine manner. dress (post pud 4fm & Kenny 45, .

!' Boilers, as a sample from the &II wdl as easy means of conveyance; five dollar I Those who'bav<< received their bill, Chesout Street, P-b'ihtdeJpbit, or
"nusl make the valuable.W. City paper,at per annum, pay. t\ill add CO cent to the for )
property very amount, the IV:
manufactory,and can supply *ny quantityto able in advance. HltJlt,
_ ____ order. F H. NISBET. Hasell Hunt. Advertisements inserted at the usual \unnecessary present year's delay.papers This and .remit without 1gerlt.. Pen'tdco'n. fot

_ _., .PreicolsDec,7hh, 1821- -tf. Pensaeola, March 20th,1828.-2.-tf. prices treble. BoJUn, April! 1 will i HSi.save muck. ofthe' rosaco4a Gazette.n ceivcd at te vJ.5-e :I

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