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: July 22, 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.
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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VOL. V. (Printipia, tun Aomuux.) PENSACOLA, TUESDAY JULf 22nd, 1828. (Open. to all parties : influenced by none.,) No. 19. -.

PCSUIBKD WKXXZ.T* BT I lands, or to his heir or heirs ; nor to be had after she shall have become ; (PUBLIC-No.. 44.] seddeeuin:aiikibrsnore pronia--I

HuNT &, '1'ABDIrI' I shall a grant issue, or the lanes purchased such widow. An Act ranking au ftupropnation' to extinguish ble commodity for- the colony ; and
s the Indian title to a reserve allowed ,
with any scrip transferred, A1arved-23d May, 1S23. premiums,a.s high as 10,000 of '
ptlbtitrs of the Lau of the United States to Peter"Lynch, of the Cherokee tribe of pounds
Florida. until six months after the certificate {PUBLIC-No 43.] Indians, within the limits of the State of: tobacco offered to such as should
and of the Territory of shall have been deposited in the office. An act to authorize the improving of certain Georgia, bv. the treaty of one thousand prosecute the silk trade, rear worms,

TERMS. Sec6. And be it further enacted, Harbors, the building of Piers, and 'ri lit hundred and nineteen, betweenthe and plant trees. This system of rewards -
annum, in advance; ifpwjment I returned brother purposes United States nut I said tribe of and '
FOUR DOLLARS per That, if any tract of land, as penalties was pursued ufl
is deferred six months, FIVE Be it enacted by the Senate and Indians.
DOLLARS will be required. sold to the General'Land Office House Representatives the United Be it enacted by the Senate and : 1666, when further statutory Provisions -

:y Advertisements i inserted conspicuously atONE shall nave been paid for in forged or Slates of America in (. house of Representatives of the [{ni- ;. were declared unnecessary, in
DOLLAR for everv fourteen lines, ; altered certificates, such sale shall be .nsgresst States i consequence of the success of various
of America in
for the first insertion, and FIFTY CENTS I; void, and the land subject to be sold assembled, That the following sums Congress j; persons in this culture. They were
in assembled That the President of the
for each continuance-longer ones pro- be and the ,
same are hereby
again, at public or private sale, as the respec- I however, revived three after-
portion. United Stales be, and he is hereby, years .
tively to be under -
ALL KINDS OF case yforged he ; and in case any such appropriated applied authorized to cause to he extinguished wards; but from 1669 the interferenceof
the direction of the President of
altered Certificate shall be the
atm marr alt T or the United States to accomplish the the title of Fetor Lynch, formerly "of Government seems to have
received debt for land here- .
cease Walker
upon any Major had in 1664
the Cherokee tribe of Indians, to a i
hereinafter neutioned that
THANKFULLY RECEIVED AND'*NEATLY EXE- tofore sold, or in part payment of any objects I lot of land, I lying within the limits of: 70,000; trees growing. The eastern
CCTED, AT THE "GAZETT OFFICE, AT tract of land that may be hereaftersold to say : part of the State abounds in white '
LOWEST PRICES THAT AR- CHANGED For the sand bar at the Slate of Georgia Illch was reserved -
THE it shall be the duty of the Commissioner removing or II mulberry trees.-The Secretary
ANY OFFICE :.N THE SOUTHERN PART to the said Peter hopes
AT the mouth of iVerriunck: ri bya
of the General Land Office, near {rsin that the
UUOf. people Virginia will
THE :see
OF of hundred and I
treaty eighteen
'- _. by advertisement, or in such other the State of Msssathusetts, by erect- their interest in renewing the cultureof
-- nineteen entered into between the
'manner he shall direct, to give notice ing piers, or other works, thirty two. silk.
United States and said tribe of In-
thousand bundled dollars.
thereof to the making such one Like
Lacfi1UTHORITY.fl person dians. means were taken to produce
and if within six months For the preservation of Dee Island silk in
payment ; Georgia, on its settlement in
Sec. 2. And be it
I in Boston harbor in the S.ateof further ,
i after notice, such person shall not pay That 1732, lands being granted to settlerson
I Massachusetts thousand a sum of money, not exceeding.
r into the proper Land Office the amount eigily seven condition that
cittn. >K v r dollars. three thousand dollars, bi', and the : they planted a hundred -
so falsely paid, the tract of I white mulberry trees
land which such was For erecting: piers, or other works, same is hereby; appropriated to beI ten To on every
upon} payment I II at res. keep alive the idea of
made, shall, with all money actually at or near Stonmgton Inrbor, in the I paid outofany money theTreasurv.. the silk culture, there was on one side
not otherwise:
'paid thereon be forfeited to the United State of Connecticut: for tile purposeof I appropriated to carry of duo public eonl a reproacntalion *f
the effect.
section into
I States making the same a Oj and secure foregoing the silk worms with an appropriatemotto.

Sec. 7. And be it farther enacted, harbor, twenty thousaid olars! Approved--23rd May, J 818. In 1759 the colony exported
That, where two or more persons s For repairing the public piers at ---- upwards: of 10,000 Ibs. of raw silk

[PUBLIC.o.. 41.] have become purchasers of a sectionor Port Penn, Marcus Hoot, and Fort 0\E'r\C.a\. hick sold at two or three shillings a

Ad act for the relief of Purchasers of the fractional section, the Register of MiOin, fnur thousand four hundred pound higher than that of any other-

Public Lands, reverted for nonpaymentof the Land Office for the district in and thirteen dollars. country. Notwithstanding this very

the Purchase Money.Br which the lands lie, shall, on application For purchasing dredging machine, I cntourflging circumstance, the last

it enacted by the Senate and of the parties, and a surrender of to be worked by steno, and! employing I parcel of silk brought from the country

House of Representative of the Uni- I the original certificate, issue separate tho same for the removal of the I I I. to Savannah, was in 1790. Silk of

ted States of America, in Congress I certificates, of the same late with the shoals\ forming obstructions the navigation I II alike good quality was produced iu

assembled, That, in all cases where : original, to each of the purchasers: or near Ocracock Inlet, in theI I South Carolina, having, according to

public landsliave been purchased, on I their assignees, :in conformity with th I State of North Carolira, twenty thousand I the testimony of'Sir Thomas Lombe

vhich a further credit has not been division agreed on by them : Provided : dollars. SO.VG-By Mrs. Hmcus. the eminent: silk manufacturer, as

takeuut der the provisions of the act Tlat, in no case, shall the fractious I For removing the sind bar at or "Oh cait thou not much strength and beauty as the silk,
of the second of March, one thousand so purchased be divided byother near the month of DUck; River, in Affection from tbee in tlii* bitter world of Italy. The culture disappeared,
eight hundred and twenty one, and the State of Ohm the! erection of+ Hold to thy! heart that oly treasure fast ;
than North and South, or East" by VVdtcb -.piiaid it-suffer nut a breatn to I however, in like nnuner.
have ri-verted: or are liable to revert, I,I and West, lines : nor shall any certificate 1 1I piers, or oilier! work*, ,c-rta thousand I II diai Even in the more northern climatesof

to the United States, for failure to pay I, ( issue for less than eighty acres. I fi\o hundred doKirs.! .!: The! bright gem's purity." Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the
;: :
the purchase money or have been A. STEVENSON, : For rormning oLslrucibus in the i attempt was made and continued for

sold bv k the United States bv* reason I Speaker of the House of Rppreseatatives. Appalachicola river, in tin Territory I iII II If The thou! loot h.ist IUdY crush'd not a be flower.blijrlired ; several years. Dr. Franklin, highly
of suclnTciilure to pay, and i in all cases of F'orida' three thousand dollars. : it aud
S. SMITH, I Iftricu hast quench'd a lamp recommending subscriptions to
where one twentieth of the purchase For improving the negation of i Oi.ce nore it be lighted some amount
President of the ,Senate, pro tempore I may ; being set on foot for
money shall have been deposited and Approved-23d May, 1S28 Red River through, or Mound, that I Cut ou thy harp or on thy !lute, its encouragement. Till the imported

forfeited to the United States it shall JOHN QUINCY"ADAMS.. I 1 part of it called tile Rap; :situated in !''I Sbnll The never string in which sweet thou sound hast again broken, white mulberry trees were fit for use,
be the duty of the Register of the
LouiMHiM und Arkansas, twenty-five I Give to thy tuuch a token the worms were fed from the native
Land Office, where the purchase or [PUBLIC-No. 42.] I thousand dollar*, three thousand: duli !- :! mulberry tree. Some further attempts

fieposite was made, to issue, upon application An act to provide for extending the term o i! lars in addition to a former app"'opriaj .I Ilft thvj hast lo- 'd a bird, have been made during the last three
certain Pensions, char:-gable on the Sa.- {+ \\- ho-e voice of could cheer>> thee,
to the person or l persons, vv- -and--. -Privator"..... .P0ii....;.i.r.r.>. Fuml& ....... 'j lion for clearing out and deepening Still, stil! he be song won' years, the former association having
legally entitled to the benefit of thr 7e it enact eJ by the Senate and j !ne harbor of S.icketi's H.irbcr. From the skies may to warble near thee ; been put an end to by the Revolutionary

payments made previous to such reversion House of Representatives{$ iij"] fhe fIll i- :I\I For making a survey of the harbor: But if iijun the troubled ieaThou war. The Secretary says, "the ,
or sale, his, her, or their legal fed States of America, in Congress I'I of Xt):):llcke:, and the* passage leading lust thrown a gem, unheeded; iiremory of Mr. Nathaniel Aspiuwall

representatives or assigns, a cer- assembled, That iu all cases where j j to it, and an esiiiinte of the cost of Hope not that wind or wave shall, bring deserves to be held in everlasting andgralPful
The treasure back, when .ed.
tificate for the amount. so paid and provision his been made, by law% for i j improving{ and making the harbor a remembrance for the thousands

not refunded, which shall be received the five years' half pay to the widows \, good aid secure one, three hundred If thou hast bruis'd a vine, of white mulberry trees he

and edited as cash in payment ofany and children: of officers, seamen, and .;! dollars. The Summei's breath is healing, planted in New York, Pennsylvania,
public land that has been heretofore, marines, who were killed in battle, or J Foi nriking a survey of Genessee And its cluster yet may grow, and Jersey."
or may hereafter bo, sold by the Uni- river and harbor in the State of New Through the leavestheir bloom revealing;
who died in the naval service of the! i But if thou hast a cup o'erthrownWith In Connecticut the culture of silk
ted States, in the State or-Territoryin I United Stata F'prkr and estimates of the cost for
during the last war ; a bright draught fill'd-oh never commenced in 1760. The Legislature
which such original purchase or de- and also, in all cases where prevision improving I the same, three hundred Shall Earth give back that layi h.'d wealth, granted a bounty of ten shillings
positc was made. has been I dollars.Fur. To cwul ll.y parch'd lip's fever for
made for extending the term every lion Ired trees planted, and

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, for five years in addition to any term surveying the mouth of Sandy The heart is like that cup, pi es'jrved for three years, and threo

That it :shall: be the duty of the Commissioner of five years, the said provision shall] creek, which discharges itself into If thou waste the love it bore thee ; pence an ounce for raw silk. This

_ : of the General l Land Office be further extended for an auMiiionil ;Mexico hay, on Lake Ontario, in the And like Chat jewel gone, culture is still con'inued, as is well

to prescribe the form of such certificates term of fiveyears, to commence at the State of New York, for the purposeof : Which the deep will not restore thee; known, in Connecticut. In the vi-
i And like that of
string harp or lute-
which shall, in every case, spe- ; cud of tha current or last expiredterm f constructing a harbor at that place, Whence the swept sound! is scatter'd ;- ciniiy'of Mansfield: "three or four tons

cify the tract or tracts of land so reverted I of five years in each case, respectively and ascertaining: the costs of the same, Gently! oh gently, touch the cboids, of silk are made annuill ." Some

or sold, the amount paid, date ; making the provision three hundred dollars So soon foil ever shatter'd silk has also been i made in other New

of payments, and by whom made equal to twenty years'half pay; which For making a survey and examination r z- r .... __ : England States, in New York, Ohio;
and it shall be the duty of the Register shall be paid out of the fond heretofore of the southern shore of Lake AGRICULTURAL I and Keniiicky.

issuing such certificates, to keep a I I. provided by law ; and the said Ontario, in the State of New York, .::: From 1733 to 1772, several hundred -

record of the same, and to forward to !j pensions shall cease fur the causes between Genessee and Oswego rivers, pounds sterling were paid to va-

the General Land Office, at the dose mentioned in the laws providing' the with a view to the improvement of the ron persons in Georgia, S. Carolina -

of each month, an abstract of the cer- j same, respectively.Sec. most accessible and commodious harbors ; and Connecticut, in the way of

tficatcs: issued during the month ; and f And be further enacted on the frontier, by erecting piers; premiums for the culture of silk by a

fur each certificate, the officer issuing That the pensions of all widows, who or other works, aud estimates of the society; in London for "the promotionof

the same shall be entitled to receive now are, or who, at any time withinone costs of the sate, four hundred dbl Arts," &c.

from the applicant, the sum of fifty year p 1sthave been,in the receipt l.i, rs. -= ;:-

cents. thereof, under the provision of the For deepening the channel through :'1\8CY..L L.JlNY.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, following laws of the United States, the pass au Heron, near the bay of

That the said certificate, when received I or either of them, to wit: Au act pass- Mobile, eighteen thousand dollars.:: From a view of the Livingston County

in payment for lands, shall : ed March the fourth, one thousand For deepening the channel at the From the Baltimore American. High School, G-n' s'ee. New York.

be entered in the books of the Land eight hundred and fourteen, entitled mouth of Pascagoula; river, seventeen Culture of silk in the United States. HINTS TO PARENTS. .

Office where received, and transmit- "An act giving pensions to the orphans thousand five hundred dollars, in addition -From' the Letter of the Secretary\ The early instruction imbibed from

tedwith the accounts of the Receiver and widows of the persons slainin : to the sum before appropriated of the Treasury on the growth ;uid t a parent's life, has the strongest influence

of Public Moneys, to the General the public or Private armed vesselsof for that object. manufacture of Silk, we selrct tl"*- I iu forming the future character.

Land Office, in such manner as the the Ignited States," and an act pass- following particulars respecting; the Before the mind is mature enough to
Commissioner of the said Office shall ;! ed April the sixteenth; one thousand For surveyingthe obstructions t various attempts towards its cultiva thiuk for itself, we look to those whom
of river
prescribe ; and if. upon comparion I eight hundred and eighteen, entitled the navigation the Wabash five, tion in the United States. This subject nature has constituted ,our guardians,
between its mouth Eel l river,
of the original with the returns from "an act in addition to an act giving as well as the cultivation of lie to correct and sanction, our .o ioions.e .

the office whence any certificate issu- pensions to the orphans and widowsof hundred Towards dollars. the vine, may hereafter profitably I: In this way the parental authority

ed, it shall appear to the satisfactionof persons slain in the public or pri improving navigation the attention of agriculturists, thoughnotwithstanding gains a hold uponthe mind of children
Ohio rivers
of the Mississippi i and ,
the said Commissioner, that such vate armed vessels of the United the encouragement of that never can be annihilated..
the surd of fifty thousand dollars. i
certificate has been issued and duly States, so far as it regards persons receiving For obstructions in the I'premiums and bounties, tbe e attempts And happy indeed would it be if the
paid, according to the true intent and pensions from the funds ari- I been attended with a very result were always the formation of a
Berwick branch of the P iticataquariver
meaning of this act, the same shall be sing from captures and salvage, made thousand dollars. partial success noble and manly character. Intelligent

passed the credit of the person paying by the private armed vessels of the eight They were first commenced i in and well educated parents exert

the same as so much cash. United States, be, and the same are For deepening the inland, passage, Virginia, where the attention of the a glorious and beneficial power ; but

Sec. 4. And be it farther enacted, hereby, continued, under the restric- or present channel I, for navigation settlers were strongly directed to thissubject those who are darkened by ignoranceand

That, for any Moneys forfeited, on tions and regulations in the said acts between the St. John's river, in Florida by the British GovernmentSilk chained by prejnflice! transmit

lands sold at New York or Pittsburg, contained, for and during the additional and St. Mary's harbor, in Georgia worm eggs, white mulberry trees, their intellectual qualities, as well as

the certificate shall be issued by the : term of five years, from and after the sum of thirteen thousand five and printed instructions, were sent personal features, to their unfortunate! ,

Secretary of the Treasury ; which I the period of the expiration of the said hundred dollars. I over and hengJames the First finding descendants. When an instructor has

I certificate shall be received in pay I pensions, respectively ; Provided, For a survey of the river and har. he could not force the silk cultureat I to deal with the children of such parents -

ment for lands at any of the Land Of however, that the said pensions shall bor of St. Marks, in Florida, with a home, hoped for better >success> i in he has a double ifSculty_to encounter. -

fices of the United States, as the certificate be paid from the proceeds of the Pii- i view to the practicability and expense Virginia, which he'was very desirous He must meet the ignorance -

issued in conformity to the vateer Pension Fund alone, and with of deepening the same, the sum of should rear silk instead of tobacco,the and obstinacy of the .one, and

foregoing provisions of this act are out recourse to the United Statas for Jive hundred dollars. latter being a weed "which brings give a right direction to the' pervertedpowers

made receivable.Sec any deficiency, should such occur, For erecting a pier and a beacon many disorders and inconveniences.s .It of the other. And after he,

That 5. And be it further enacted, I which may hereafter arise thereon ; 'r thereon, at or near a ledge of Tobacco, however, seems to have has labored with all the assiduity of.

:issued, in no case, shall a certificate be and provided further, That no such called Allen's rocks, in Warren river, had a complete triumph over its rival 1, an almost self-sacrificing zeal; be,

. to any person, except to the pension shall be paid to any such widow I the sum of four thousand dollars. though the latter had all tIle encour- must consider it an instance of rare

, 1>erSOD who originally forfeited tile after her internnrria U had:: or 1 j Amoved-May, 23d, I82S. agemeat of royal favor. Acts were' felicity to escape a torrent of IfiUtltAND 'ri



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of John Adams 1 I facilities for the purpose of accumulating I 1 I wo do not doubt that, as far as' tbCla-

How many worthy instructors Mr Grattm (son "Of the (LIDO'* Henry". ) rid, in the place |j charges upon the Territorial Treasury. 1! will permit him to go, he will be
in Ms speech on the Catholic question, on Smith transferred to Pan have become considerable ,
These j
Inve had their .peace assailed i I dy to meet the wishes of tho Nation
the 25th tIlt. made the following remarks : HEIWICII JANBOH, of Norway, to in amount and mint he paid at some fit
by the unjust reproaches of discontented "Time for who can iy how soon I SECRETARY OF THE
presses, boon Consul 'of the United States for : uI ire period ; and perhaps at a period not TIlE Nuy
1 llp\v many pirents be involved in a ew *** and how e It has seldom occurred in
we our
parents may I I in Norway, in the very remote, we may be forced to con- t.OTf'4'I1_
I have had cause of deep and hearty s we may again h.ive occasi for thCI I port of Bergen, I I template the profiuive waste ofthe means I; nvnt that a single' individual has b

r repentance that they ever lent a cred- services of thp nrave and loyal Catholics of I i place of Henry Jason, resigned. 1 i, which unfortunately fell into the hands(I bnrthen with so laborious and soariou tnulti.'r&
: I Ireland ? Have not met tn America, Malta to he Con'
they of duties the
as present
JOHN West.'e' ;
Puus jjf
ulous ear to :he complaints of boyish of lately unknown ? I| 1 j: faithless agents at Key
a spirit spnp1lthyuntil
for the Is-- the
sul ,United States, exist without the Navy. commencement
the Local cannot
? Uc- i I governments Of
I pettishness 1 JvcyotI a son Lei us tAke care we do not In our j
i the place of Joseph j! the enforcing its lawl, vetilt the the present Administration until I the
that and of Malta in means ar.
ware how you make the idle effusions Transatlantic Colonies a feeling may :|: ohoidd be rival of Mr Rush from Gnjglar.il, u wu;
Those I I i infancy of a Republic, econo-ny be
If ad their ultimate separation. Pulis
of an irritated temper, the! ground ol Irishmen to who return from Ameiira exhibit :| resigtifd. ___________ {I its, strength. In view of our weakness r remembered in addition to he afrlira

.4 serious accusation against his: intellectual a degree of thouehtful stubberness which -war AI the United States became our Treasurer, of the Navy Department, Mr.performed outbard

guide. A% you value the consciousness : surprises flY its contrast. He goes "here Vl\R\4:1G\ until by our distractions and profligacy of all the duties of Secret ry"tfthe

4 of discharged; the Spirit of Washington still survives ndihe appetite, wehave now lost a principal portion Treasury. At the present moment
having your
genius of Washington still animates, I From the N r. Commercial Ad; Tt;: er.I j of the favor and protection oft he General he is acting in the double capacity to
duty, as you rrgard the future respectability and when he revisits his native country. he The shin S*\(v. Capt. ft G. Macy, ar- Government. The leading influenc l Jitary and Naval Chief, and it 3 is Wejf

of your child ; as you would in no Inner the humble and subservient rived last eveivng from Havre, brirpnff I II I,I es of the Territory have hitherto principally known that in both Departments seven

have him improve the precious hours Catholic, but the reflecting anti stubborn I 1'arraperS cf the 15th M ;}". There is centered two objects, one "which questions of the most delicate and impv.

; of youth, in gaining those acquisitions: t Irish-Ametlcan" I I l little :ulc1itlOn,1 news by this arrival from ', h has been adhered to with extreme perti- tant nature have grown out of the Uffpioceedings

that are to make him a worthy and Forgery.-A forgery detected in ,; the set of wtr. Upto the 15th of May, |;. nacii), and the other with the moil con in Congress. Reside the du
i : no information" the passage of the Hnith \ To the arro tie* incident these lii:n trusts, we _
useful member of society ; beware of London on the 15th April, occasioned ; sum. :te arrogance. support Un
but the Gazette the has
derstand that
l had reached Vienna ; ofthc latter all the referred
giving your parental countenance to much excitement. A ;1r. Frrhmanjj gu ot assumptions par't ot the law
j France of th; 14th s.ys- aphanaha of an indepe"dt"llarran o him the execution for erect

4 his frivolous complaints. Are you a confidential clerk of the house of' j "The Utisiian armies have crossed the became necessary, and wasadopled. Personal i int; a lire',kwater in the Delaware. The

: mother t-As you wish your son to \Vaid, committed it. It appears; J Prllth-thp\ will cross the Danube, andre & political contentions arose & wer vi.or. and elasticity of son minds arc ex.

R ; fulfil the bright hopes maternal affection that he enjoyed, in right of his wife, a i 'i! a in full march for Constantinople. In- contimied to our pr judice until our ntllle: acUyin proportion to the burthens in p0.sed .

tq::; as you wish him to become younu: and nmiahie woman, an income strud of 40,000( niMi, who would have i has become evil spoken ()throughout Hit upon them.'e. tliisto be
i to invade Wull.-tr.hia and the with that of
i been sufficieit peculiar-y! case: Mr
j'; the boast and support of your life, thr of ;5000, and received a large salary i 1 Moldavia, 25'JOUO! ite in motUfTlc respecme It is asked States, to whom(it'the isll Union.thus ( .ird. As the necessity if exrrlion i South.. ]

pride of your family, the ornament of besides. His gambling prt)1)flSJ1eS1hoever ; ]Nlack "ea is covere.l with vessels. Odessa chargeable, we must answer that IifflCthIt1I I his mental and physical powei aUi.mentect.

! society, beware of suffering your solicitude J1 involved him in embarrassincuts : i is filled with pwvisions and warlike : people have been the barriers to a better see.n to acquire new strength atulener.try .

tQ.ic'; to betray you into unjust censures which led him to commit(; : i implements. The sword i is unsheathed! : state of things they have interfered with I ; and tho'fe'ho hne business ta

on the apparent severity of anT crimes, one of which he will undouht- !;' and at ihe head quarters of the Russian the their own interests and the general good transact with him, in either of his variouj
Omniander-in-Chni', must
instructor whose duty leads him to apply edly be compelled to ('XP)Site, by an I } their submission to Thus placed upon our bare legby our capacities, arc ready to acknowledge thatit
: Turlckllnw"dKf
; i attended to with as much
a wholesome discipline to your :ignominious death. He was indicted I 'I ,(heTreaty of Arkeiman ; to the Treaty of I own misdoings men will be, the, how natural heavy inquiry taxation of prudent at a tud* and correctness of decision prompti as if his

darling child. I j for forcing a hill of JCjOO on the hou c i 6th of July. and to (he promise of paying1 future day is to be avoided ? whole thoughts were directed to that se.

from the Morning Courier. of Rothschild, which hn endeavored; 1 I i thcexpi'iiscs of tJie: war, if they WISH to a"-1 p\l.. te objcct. t'hepubhc, perhaps, vriH
To AothersIt be useful toT I I the torrents which threaten to The Hon. Judge Smith arrived at his ,
rest little
may to take np l ny mc'ins of forget! accept-J be .1 sur rizd t.> letrn, more espe.
know, and will be the mean* of alleviating ances of the B.lrings. After! his ar- I wh(4n1 them oHr-1 residence on Sunday morning from VVasington t:lit I h' as \dnnnistration has bchaigeci "
i Accounts from Tucharest of the and on Tuesday he helL this foi I with wanton
much that when the I e1ttava'aqce, that
t pain, rest several similar acceptances were j! Apv'K sT-tf', tha\ iccoidin- to advices Jacksonville, to hold a Term of the Superior Mr. fjuuthard receives no additional

It4 breast and nipples are much inflamed I found! among his papers. Every rflbrt 1 from -hr Russian fr.nlierthe entry of Court mere -Idem. pensation for these exra s rvic."S com.

and cannot be sucked, but with the made; to ecllti'lI. | the Uissian troops vuuid he retarded for ,
was prevent pro ; From lie Baltimore Gf1. tll(. Idem, Jane 1th.Vf .
I most intense suffering to the mother, ( Mr. and) Mrs. Rothschild I used every some ?!ays; Constaiiinopie da'.es to the -< Army Difficulties.\I1t1 r this title sre gratified to learn, that Mr.
will relieve the : 16th that the tra'okur had stt out
n very simple remedy I exertion to have the business, hushed I say : the editor Of'th. N eYork Commercial Scnoolcraft has been applied to, to accoajcpiny
I for Choviinla, and t'wt' the Grand Vzlel'WIul,1
breast from its burihen with
milky uitiiont tic- the expedition, contemplated
I tip, but success was re I soon fullnw him. The Turk- on Advertiser publishes some to be
out the slightest sufforhiff. This is i mtnr.rdor triilJ.! sent out by the Navy n :;:utment, wd
I the hordersoft'ie Danube, were us tranquil facts which it be necessary for
other than bottle may that offer has been mad
': no filling a common -. JI. an to place hiia
I o = a<5 in tun* 0" peace. The ditor.Si'S
t our readers to know.- at the head of the Scientific
with hot and after part of the
water, standing a
t POLITICAL. 1 A letter fn>niVifnna states that the .

''Z,' few minutes, empty it, and apply the I -.-ow-: ___ ------_-- I'.rnperor of Rii-Mfc passed through Riga I : and expedition. It is a which tribute he to hh worth

\;;: mouth of the warm bottle to the diseased I PEb'KNCK: OF MR. CLAY.A I on the 23d Apr, on Ills way W.irsaw' ; f "Contrary to the advice of many and whethfrhe acquirements; should: justly tile offer airntj;

, ::yt nipple, and the milk will flow I supplement has appeared, in \I A letter of a recent date froiii Conatan- : of his friend*, as we arc informed not, there are fw men accept in our country or

': j:4ti: spontaneously into the bottle, giving pamphlet form, to the Adilie>s ofi' j;: tinople''TJie says l'!-fcxtion nst the Ar.ncni- i Gen. Scott, a few days since, wrote to better qualified' to discharge the duties cfsuch

at the time pleasurable sensa- i pe aifa : the acting Secretary of War insisting an .".I"11i trl..t.-D-troit GfJelte. :
II; same a ,,; Henry Clay to the Public, which, was i:Jam having comnencel, the Foreign Am I ,

iI liOn, and a complete; relief to the ,: published in December, ISJ7, "cx- : h.iss.idorsi.si! l to interfere in thc-ir fa upon the nrrest Major General \'la- 'f .

'iiffi ovei1oadcdbreast.-A i'll VS I Cl A N1 I !I': iiihiting 1 further I evidence in refutilti'Hl vor, hut the victims entreited them to :- comb, for issuing orders to him ; or Circuitr to tostn,1ters.

of the I Inn: !Ion them; totheir ''ate. The women I in case the President should decline POST
; From the Nashrille Whig find Banner. I charges against him, touching' DEPARTMENT, )

:'l: Jfasonic.We have recently received I: the last Pi evidential: E'yrlion, m.i.'ie!':- j| themsflvesurgethe huiiiiluling liass.tu men not Iarha to take, who urn; this measure, Gen. S. insisted on being 10th June, 1828. \

f : two new periodical works, devoted ;.by i General _'lnlrcwJack.cIlu.'" The.fj : I. h.i'l .1 wt's sler.coitiiicitrd uirnsi'lf well tu- arrest('1 himself: and requt-sied The Posi Master General bas

t.r principally to the interests 01 ; following,; i ia the that the court Martial, (o be detailed -
$ only prelate to the' wanU t"i.\ pi-onlt-, acc--pted from them -\ lately received, with regret, frequent

,E'E't, the Masonic fraternity, which from L ;; conck'si\e docllm! 'llI \\vii! h it ctnhia-I I present (2JJiC"J( jnaMer. which w.ii (it'- should be selected by ballot N coniplainls of the flhiscarriago ofnc\V

: the specuncns presented, appear to'I ; ces : A D V K (IT i S E M E N T. I j fcreil hint .iy Hit Ciu-istanib tn. t J't;m. iue I ij from tbiriy officers, to be.* designated papers fonv.irde I in the m IiI. Inm.tny
have claims the i i'I jof In I ir the C.1IHtd| ; )tit no suc'iier had he icj the Executive for that
tt.s strong upon patronage; my Address, of lecernl Inst, ceived the titan he remitted it to by purpose instances the causes of taesectitnplaitits

'I the public and especially of tiw: lcraft. l! to the I Public\ in relation to the rhsfr ll 1 es i i the dl.llano rnuiK-y: t>: empl-iyed in ttie piir- -&( II S. of course reserving his are believed to exist in the

, ., :] The first is a neat quarto, ;; a ," inst, tie, coticern-'ii tilt li; i 1'n- I chase of \v;r stores. ,.c. Six thnusuiilj I rilht, of Challrmrrc-.wd that "a highly priming (ffi l'S.rrhe papers have

I Pr: ji" which is to be published weekly at i: sirientiul; 1 Election, which oiijiined j I men of cavJr} LrO'is L la\c just set out respectable": Judge Advocate not been carefully r"it tip and plainlr

1'4: Pittsburgh, by L. F.V.. Audioxvs, ;: with General Jackson and some of( j i for :iltl'la"I should be designated to conduct the directed. But it is feared that at

!le: entitled the Jluso:,;. Souvenir cr.tl'Pittsburgh ;j. his friends, i stated that \ had: hen!l I j f fi. 'i'w! fnllfii-iii- intelligence' from Smyil tri.d. The letter to the acting Secretary some of the Post ChTices there
10 j' i-j of fiel! I of -ii "\\ iiniler may
; \ 1I11i
; --- C
: Literary Gazette. In I i. 4lis <>intcd in the ; of was written in the respectful
,1tF: pp receipt su'uj: ,i iiiat Mi.-h Vf ,els couv.np: 'um Alex..11I roost have been remissness in not having

1' his mtiodunnry address, the editor: (:: of'this tStitliOfly'! which! I had expo-led, atul I I'!" 1'4, .s :;.inii'i! |>ivj\e tli.iiliii-y I ; r-j solely terms, and in language showing tliat put new envelopes 0:1 newspaper

i1 paper says_" The variety of\ ihrit if I should SUb t'ientiy| ubuin it, !!! dfslir .i: to like! on ttotj- :! P".t.a;"."U'IOlh honestly believes that Gen. JMaronib packets where the old ones had become

4 : choice matter which! will ho weekly ;. I woiiii: present it to the F!ih1i. I I i i: lot a.-ry ti-.er.i |ha; !; t.1 K";'. ;P'. :...,. ,-o lotiif-; I has no right to command him. much worn and defaced and .

, 'tj' presented in the columns! of this wmk! {! accordingly received! sevr 'I h Mte-j: I I I;I (i'nnh-r : t.oH-ed! ; U) tourh ai i\v\ -.,> v.. Thv I Tn these questions, as we are informed sometimes in having isled! to give; [beproJer

).! f :will not, it ]5s presumed?, deiract from i menu: f; 1)1 li diflurent gf'll'-'Iwli, kome i}: ; Ii.tdli'jl1-vhh i'mu' Capo Ail-.mr.iis i'l.ii1 -.in, CIJIIJlll..0il I' HII au-wer was returned, remind- direction to the packets. To
( ;*
. lt its merit, as hereby au intellectual'? 1 I of which; were CllJ llllll'licwt'dH'u j jwl : .-. II"I' I !ing Gen. S. that he was now on fur-
I--r J j ji I' 'V> orders f'oi !he block! uicoi'.tii )n.; I delay the delivery of a newspaper is .
; ; banquet' will be regularly served upj i i ci.lt(iOIl. Deem i 11! th H m highly! j I tiip:, J't'nulb'a. : ooc-.ipicd i by ll h 1'.ll'l-j I luiigh, and dir'ctin* tb.it as soon as made a serious olfence by thiPest

1 adapted io the t.iste of almost cvi's.y } !important, I present Jlier.i 10 t b c i iub- I I ;L'ld Lg. rptJ.lI. that expired, he sh.dl proceed to his Office law. Too much attention
I : -
j r; -
f +: reader. Tim M- o1lcI'rllll1f'r-tlw' lit.: in tliis: SIJIJJI!. mfit, widuMtt! a si igie i-; j ,'";. \TI'UC't.-1t: 1.11'G: -\- post at tneV"tM, mid informing Iiiiii I j| be paid to this
I zdt, we fiat: f't- fli.J'i'I letter d.ltl-.ll I provision-'iy a _
of ,
f': vonry: science-, the intelligent!! artisan I common I vIler 011doc i- I I that jf tH did not think proper to re- neglect of it Pcstm.isiervililose
tjonu; iOth ult. "All tile account from t any
i ,.":, -the man o! hter.iry; las'e, andthn I lowing e.vi; <\nntioi : j t'ret-ce ajjrfe! .'t chttiiiy, that C-ip; ,!'N- t sums his comnund, Hud submit to the the confidence of the Puolic and of

t ';l lover of Ii;.hit-. lIiscc'lhl1v-m:1Y <'-' ..\<. Iv"r_ I, I I tru; I us Sttrrc.t..h.'t in almost! destroying ort4'rs Iro.n the I Department the U- the Department.;

r' (. alj fiiul a repast, fior. which the mot I Exhibits; the :.tuteniL'Uts of ?Tessr.-;. pit tc'y, aud tint the premiums of insurance Ll11ttI t Siates would have ilO further \Vhere fiilnres; arc of
: :; fusl'nlious! nny not turn away dissatisfied. I \Villiam Snaipli-, Isaac Oennet, the I for tl Ii(' n-igation '>flhe Archipelago need of his services. the Postmister
t'.t"' ." It is i mended to furnish 1 Rev. A. have fallen ci/:5. deraiy.! 'I he Count at whose office the .4
(:: quarierly, I Wyhe, Keel, Cuthbert i "Gen. S'-otr, xve believe, is now at 'itted
hast nil* :acci)Mi > %'. '.:d HIll.in winch Lur I packets are in is requested to
*t in connexion with this work, if the T. Jones and J. U. ,, {
t patromgo I \\T aritg. Upon I ..uchrane.fall,1. The d<*p'it-lure of the Philadelphia ; and! fro 111 a conversation L- obtain; a statement from the ;inter of
;, will warrant it, an elegant perusing them lit connexionwith latter \viih intimate friend of his p
'' I I is inesplin.iblf ; it is not known an xve' the different packets forwarded
4r :: qirnrlo engraving from Western (itsignn 'I i. siateuitiitf on U'e same subjectwhichI I whether he has resigned hit coaimand or have yet hope that on reileciion he I mail and the by
" number of ill
$t 111.!.." :& <] sccneiy.The I i formerly puiilislie'l: the Pub l willbe 1 t proposes return and t' I'lIne it. The may be induced] to remain in the ser- ;: papers
I, lI'. other publication. to which we I I; anjc to jndtff, iif tho accuracy c fi jjeneial opiiuun. in Greece is, that he wasenV vice, of which he is l'In Urr1rtIl1Cllt." I Occasionally! the packets deposited -

..! have referred IS CM:tit led the ** A.1r.'t General I Jacksor..i aaSf-.rtion UthnWthe I roller b; the Kn! iish Ministry than may be compiredvtli this
'tL. I by tie! Gii.-ek ConnniUees of London and From the Kalional J,urna!. statrmont and detected.
.tt<' tanth or Masonic Garland and i is origin-the beginning of this Antarctic anumissiuQ
mauer.the Pivij ; and that he ; Expedition.Jwn( inquiry
acts at in i- ost'mastcrs1)
the ] P
'f": be issued ) ( fail to this
. : to
monthly at Boston. Tim I
[ charge or'b.trgain of
] was at my own cause the new JJi-jtish Ministry. General at the Navy Dcjnrtmisnt, we
":i firs number contains view and description I t house and! fireside, where, Barely, a Clmrci1, who! no longer Commander 1- learn that no order II-H yet b"(Mi issued suji p.stit, may be justly chargeable

; 4' of the new Masonic Hall recently 1 1I freeman may be permitted to speak I in Cniet ot the Greek Land forces, has for the return of the-Hornet, witha with negligence, and- held responsible

: ; erected in New Y udc.. It I is I on public' topics, without having ascri- I expressed: a wiu to resign ; Fabvier has view for all failures.Packets .
to her for tho
t(:: 'fnndsomeiy printed in an octavopamphlet ; I bed lo him improper design'* I probAblv: done the sime. Tlie deprirturs equip exploring' badly secured or not plainly
I of the iattr. who real ; expedition to the South Seas. This .
possesses military directed should
: of 32 and embraces always bo returnedto
ij pages a: FAirr ii
talents, would he vessel has
I J serumloss to Greece designated i however I
of articles tho printing office, Where the
variety interesting the Consists -
to of the itntetrhis .
of I
statements Messrs. YjtsiUifta has: St't out with for that purpose, and will be ordered
fraternity._ I Ii I George Robertson and Charles I I 4UOO intbntrv and 100 caalron. his.. ,v., home from packet is largo, twine shoufd be used, -
--- - hernrestiitcruIncii-
___; While I into -- -- ----d and the direction ofthepicketshiorlcj
speaking of these new Masonic S. Todd, of Kentucky, and Daniel ] pedition ) Thessaly! ; the fixing ot the ;I without df : It .
I lay. is determined
M woik 3, we cannot omit Vertnoiand A. \ boundaries of the future empire of Greece, not yet be endorsed on one or more of the "
: calling 'I'
\Vooley! of Mississippi I !
who *
will be
the attention of so much t.lked oft in ivjjard to wnicutiie appointed to command enclosed.
our readers also papers
to a and B. S. Forrest, of Mary AMied: Powers have not vct declared! themselves her, but we have reason to believe Where
very respectable publication which land the four papers are not taken out of
; bas ; former narrating conversations I is believed! to have been the first that the selection of her officers, the office
existed by
some time at Albany between other cause of this expedition., it persons to whom they .
gentlemenand as might assist will be such entire satisfaction
as to
N. Y ** give directed
entitled the are immediate IiouIJ
American naticc
Masottic in ,
me facilitating a solution cf >
long antecedent the -
to question
toe I to the rSation and] what is of
equal -
Record and be given to the
and his
Albany Saturday Presidential Election, in which I free printer, on .
.Magazine which is printed weekly ly expressed A letter from Hayonne: says : 'We are importance, to tim scientific gentlemen failing to pay the postage, the papers
my opinion ..,
respecting assured that who will be in '
Il4 Jn quarto form, and contains a judicious Mr. Adams and General Jackson. according1 to a flew arrangement employed the I may be sold for it, as provided in the :i
between France and Spain the fortresses Thn}
selection of miscellaneous contemplated exploration. time.j Post Office law. On
litp- Forrest's _
some publics
statement proves that Jacca, Seo 'Ursel, and Cadiz, which has been lost in the
rary & scientific, as well as masonic, Col. Benton. on his way to Congress are to be evacuated. The CourIer who obtaining tions it may bo difficult to determine ,
sanction of
this National
matter. in the Fall of 1824, declared that was the bearer of intelligence, arrived Congress to great whether newspaper; pamphlet post :"

At this period, especially, when was impossible that Mr. Clay 'it at Bayonne on the 6th inst. with despatches concern, has, we fear, deprived t tI age should.be charged. Some newS'I"

h : such extraordinary exertions for could for the Kin.? at Suragossa, and us of much of the honor, as 'veil as tho
are ma- vote General Jackson & papers are published in pamphlet
king by the ignorant, prejudiced, and much slIrprize at the expressed
., malignant, to misrepresent. 10 persecute I subjoin the statements sugyestiou.of Colonel :TT1'io: : has taken advantage of our delay;;; quarto form, as the "American Farm
and denounce the and, by profiting by the information "
order of Masonry Benton, Mr. PFumer, and Mr. Itubettson I er. When a paper is published p
it is the duty of its friends to of Ohio fom the which has been from time to limn rio icaJIy
tft which have been already East Florida Herald- on a large sheet in the common

sustain and uphold it-to meet with published, without having beenpreviously Public Economy.-The repeated instances communicated to the public by ourzealous form of a newspaper, it should b*

i1c: firmness, but with moderation and communicated to in which Con res-i have reproacned and indefatigable fellow citizen so considered. Where the form !
me and
forbearance, the assaults ofits infuriated of D. White, Esq. the only ; us on and account of uur improvi'Jent measures Mr Reynolds, has already de- different, the subject matter must fa ,
Rcpresentativ.e unwise laws
loudly admonishes
and misguided opponents, and to from spatched several vesssls on the samoerrand. termine its contain* -
Kentucky, voting for us to beware of the evih Ifi it
to which
Fk lend their aid with liberality and zeal Mr. Adams, whose statement was nut have too willingly! inclined during the v& I. that We may hope, however p leading articles intelligence, aul

't ; to every judicious and well directed contained past period of the field discovery is sufficiently of &
in my former publication : our minority ; and the many mary political wvents, or what! :

effort for its vindication and support. .. Also, two letters written by me,which occasions of upon which the future welfare !- ample to afford full employment to generally termed news, and is publish

I Publications like those we have noticed have escaped my recollection, and i the convenience the people lus been sacrificed to i two nations, and that, though we may eJ weekly, or oftener, it should to
conducted with ability discretionand have been ( present, ought lo I not be the first to explore the Unknown called
published tho a
by gentlemen i operate as a salutary caution, to guard against newspaper.
judgment, are well calcu- to whom I regions of the South, we may
respectively, they were ad. I profligacy of every description. generally contained innewspapefJi
lated to remove prejudice and dressed. Notwithstanding at least participate the glory ofgivinjj '
to II. CLAY. appallingtruth, that I though seldom if eyt r, in pampbl'U.In
disseminate a correct knowledge of since the organization (or more new lights t* Science, and gpening i
Washington, IQth June, 1828. propel Iy cases where strong doubt rf
the true nature, design, and tendency APPOINTMENTS disorganization) of his Territorial Go. new channels to the commerce of the mains what character tho po&T
.:. ;;; of the institution. BY THE PRESI vernment, an insatiable thirst has existed world.-We have give
They have therefore great faith ia the hcation
,: DENT. amongst the incapacitat it would be well to cbarg
dto be
strong claims the friends WILLIAM CLARK placed in data upon which Mr. Reynolds lias i &
upon of of Pennsylvanh, situations where the nperiy and indus- the mJst favorable postage, natil.
,: the craft for patronage and support. to be Treasurer of the United States, tiyofthe people wouK? become subser- founded Isis calculations ; and the pub- decision: of the Postmaster. Gene

r: Dudl llI.-The Kin f o(Prussia has or- in the place Thomas Tudor Tuck- vient to views of honor or profit, let not lic have already had sufficient evidence shall be obtained. '

dered ihe Count de Lob nltat, convicted I cr, d ceased. such as have the ability, abate their zeal of bis talents and zeal to bo satisfied Where a is fi.auked -
in greater weight
t of assassination in a late duel], to be JOHN favor of a systematic regime and that far
imprisoned ADAMS SMITH of New York e- as as the expedition L than the law
i for cunomicul expenditure in pst3Cy
life, and deprived of all his hon be every depart will depend
to his skill is .
I ours-other* concerned have been sentenced Secretary Legation at Paris, ment of our civil administration ; -let us upon there every should be charged for the exce *

to confinement for various periods, among in the place of Daniel Sudden, de. not become too much discouraged that reason to hope for a successful L the packet contain Iwnd-biuN, : '

them the Count's second, 1'oppe, who ceased. I our Legislators have hitherto too willing result. The moans which have been L oilier articles which cannot be "aII.

I Is popped into durtoce for twenty-five CHARLES S. WALSH, of Maryland, I ly ed go'te on to create liabilities, and aeleul- left at the disposal of'the Secretary of t newspapers or pamphlets, tho etC .
7 earl.t persons as the administrators the
to be Secretary of of the Navy for this important object. re, should be ounctfS,
t Legation at Mad- i J law who were ruost willing1 to use these charged by the _
unfortunately, extramely limited ; but L for letter )>ot'ige. l'lt if the elcimvectve.


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I of his meiit her with Russia they look Very MARINE DEPOT
j e stZi5ingtheir lively sense great pracc 'l .
pamphletsth"V ,
( flSf; nesrspipers or ni fluctuating' the present happy prospects I much like reasons that have been PIBSACOL NAn YABB, 5 NOTICE 0;

should be charged as such. of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal ; I hunted for to make up a sum. July 18th 1838 ALL L persons indebted to mt hy Note _

Every thin* sent in' ihe mail which; at which Judge MACOMB, of Floiida. w. Nicolts would I incur PROPOSALS will be received b, the Book Account are requested to
denomination the the following toast was Though perhaps I until the lit nuke to
', > not come under the one of guests ; September payment Col. S. Gates, who irf
< ? 0
I ) or pamphlets, is subject given U.V the latter on the occasion. j no great odium with politicians, next, for furnishing the Post with Fifty ray Agent'and Attorney, during my absence

of newspapers The New Yo: k. Chesapeake and Ohio, ]i[ jjand he were to drive these ImpertnrI I Cords of good Oak (BLack Jack) Wood from Pensacola.

!.\' Jaw, io letter posMtjr. Florida Canals. Tria jlmcta. in uno.' | able barbarians out of Europe, yetjV. be delivered at th* Navy Yard At Midi Samuel Patterson

Tho Posinwier (;moral enjoins I as their completion will unite more firmly '! the of his candour in mes as- may be required by the Commanding ,
measure stating .
of East and West 30
the utmost vigilancetnd: impartiality; 't.'ir interest the may Officer.
their opt ration generate sentiments of inth,: ] .' causes of wat, ought to be : kTu31
on 'ill Postmasters in the performanceol I that t$ F. Lindsay, .
divisibility in these States ;duly appreciated io orde; we
tin-so) tItlVS. And he hopes to 1tf. Lieut. TilE Citizens or FensacoI&
of the Coinsmanding.ra .
belief mode-
: apportion by it our and
wiiie o> ilie iifm-firi.il result c.f their Lotiis'inn Election.; -The rrttirnsrec<'iv- ; the Public are respectfully

zJous efforts by the public coutidt'l1f'P ed up to itie IBiirinst : give the following j ration of his objects. His declaration A1Ua J informed that the fut sailing

in ihe safety of the results : that the Turks meditate a war ad PU.rt Boat II. B. Chamberlain,

rfpoM'd Fur Govrrnnr. infernacionent against Russiajis; a little A LiTERARY AND CRITICAL GAZETTE wlh l bait between this Port and Mobile
mid, and the fidelity of its LtgclIts.L i regularly once week, during the summer
violent because it is rather absurd. ,
-- J- (Twfiily-setcn hfttTdro".J. ,
.: __ _-_ C J season. H. BRUCE
+ !I It I erbiniv" : : : r 7 2 I I! It is u>tial!, however with kings to Embellished with Splendid Quarto Masttr. '

.:: lTe\ rfLC .!X 1 Kntler, : : : : 1562 I: appou! wi.h some exaggeration :0 their ,

-- -=-- Martrny, : : : : 1196Thoinas I Engravings ; LIST OF
LL --- i people and the nations, in thtse cases ; LETTERS
il"l" \'_ JIL1 '_.:)11.1, ibv> I II : : : : 1151 AT $1 50, YEARLY.THE in the Post
hand then moderation Office
Con aq, on the otbt-r Remaining Pensaeo-
, : l'e 8. 1 I Arrl is published other Sa- 30ih day ol June 1829
VriiVVwr.; I *" is to be lavishly promised. every ,
Iil't D -tl ctflull' ]7'80I apt J .' by Edmund Moms No. 64. which if not taken out within three months
---- -- -- -- j I Certain it is that Russia has matters'r
i&nd : Livingston 1173 |I I Spruce St, Philadelphia, on Superiorp.- will be fcut to the General Post Office as

_ipprjp.i.utiC11JOur, -Hdn> wii! ,on SCCOMU District Gurley llBri i!jtSaundeis r pretty much in her own hands, and per in small new t\ teo, each number making Dead Letters.

fill. 40".1 p.t'I.A nroMMlioiu I .i Congresf 1132 1 I jj I that a little obstinacy on the part ofthe eight quarto pages. Every third A.-D.. Allanson, Daniel Au-
fir lOilH'H( I Tliird )V.9
.t ; District Owe ton
I.,. t.ih.iliitanls of uur lei fllor\ coutitlll.J Brent P'-'J I Turks imy give her very plausible r rI number is embellished with a splendid) qu I art.

.jl; .e4. believe thai will quarto pperplite: engraving-thus making B.-NHobs Brown 3 V.
be j The parishes Washita, Claiborne and I reasons to uotlmig -
I"r removing obstructions m tire ;I C Concordia hl' 3rd PiMiict. had no: been I i socni the unmolested exercise of her I!1 at the end of the > t'r, JL volume of tongue, Willinm Barr t,. Nicholas II.

A tJlMA .chicoll river, in Territory J heard i i'oin. It n s suw\;rd that Brent I privileges, and of her trade through I 208 cuCt pages but a dollar with and 8 quarto a half cngruvingi, to Dull, LuconJt Burreth, John Brooke,

of Florida, three thousand doll irs. f' would have a Majority iu all thice..V.7 I,I the Dosphorus, but the actu.-l possession The design of'the Ariel in purely lite- Henry Brown jr. John Bradbury,

T ir deepening the channel through a71ir.- attention of the! Fratorni- !I I of Constantinople. At tills 'Ii i r.try tt crht\ln Original Talcs Ksa s, Kosset Broaw, Charles Bent, E.

tivpnss an Heron, near il'e by oJAiini tv i k warmly invited to th? paragraph, on j i moment ahe protests! vannly against; i[ Poetry, News, AnecdoteLiterary Scraps, Boyd; John W. Bradbury, George

) *., eighteen, tliousrfiid dollars.; I. ih.* fit L inhnd! to three periodical publications! dc- I iucludrnK Reviews, Essays on Female Bi-
I rln passage, Uuve
For dt-rppii-iig ,
channel for I \4,;*,,! to the interest? of th" Cr-.ft, which: indeed the blind fury of her foe is j 1 oKraphJ', &c. &c logtther with copious ritt, George Budd, J amps Bridger,
.lnt (I :VigliOfl
or pi-( Flo- w*> co y 'Imm the rfjishvilJe %VVhi and K.inner. such, thai 'he may well hope for fair I ?i electons f-om the be't Foreign %1aKIt- Thomas l R. Broom, F. Buchanan.
ill J
John's I
bf.wcen the St. river, The "Amrriran M'tscnic Record and \' bor l\\ the C.-SHmufl B. Cocke 3
p reteziccS for pushing demands 2''hereafter. s free us*: of suuli type, a Benjamin

Zi'4, aU11 S!. Mary's Ji.nbor, in Gcjjr- | Albany: Sa1llftlnlMagriut.." we recrire j 'larger' amount' of such matter is crow Jed Collier William C. Chaplin,

'" i he sum ul'I tliirieeu thousand live: ic oil a'rJ.all. we have also the first and into eight pages than the reader would at Dtir'or
t, find : J. Ca-
The it Compton
I i campaign, as ut imper- | Benjamin
third numbers of the "Amaranth J'JaJ'C
dull-US. ; or first thong-ht) im3 in .
\\i t "I I ii-ti: : / Garland." (the sc> rj ifseM, hamiscarried feclly described! in tbejournals, seem i Th1 ( IIOOH, FerdiiniuJ Christiu, S. S. Cole-
Jsr"fl" of f the livfr: and }Ii ,1- : I } cl !is not filled, from n'in-Srr! to .
: ;) th.e we shall! be glad to exhibit to embrace two simuiianeous movements minih-i.! with: the and un.roii'dilei m 11, Ail'in Crawford, Benjamin --
toI: ol'iji. iMaiks: III FLJnb"I; 1i1 a I tr, all 1 \ iso nay desire examine I v.tpid CiMjiulp! Call & Easter Charles S.
; one nearer the coast of the i original Uasr.,which is MOW so fa .i.mjiUle. ;

". w t tihf jir uiicabihiami. expense i :them he kno'1t'llr.hnu fed! confident,. .vcll ir-at tney Thou need oni.tt- !: Black! Sea, supported by the fleet 1! The cntiril 1 '!ftnrtinent will lp tuuiv! o I C-iMfjlinp, Stephen Collins, Charles .

v-: from the from Coulter Samuel Collins
other tl-o
k-Sinfss :.;..i :;jiiy fr"]uemy! pre"rnt |! SolMstapol ;
f,," tnmtJi Ctt t ; w1. we'd! such un-J I' wh.-iUr' in the shape of Mticf tsaJ ora \',:- I Samuel l G. Clarkson
.. lh" e !j ro.lJy'nsh to -r- Danube: where I it boundXValhchin.1 !! I j.; 2, Charles
!akirr; f.-n becoming tlfirpatro s'. : but I ,- 1'1'11" ChI Collector
l lie nrficle I en Ful !icv. 1 nOES ;!:n country io the \\wy of t \ ill'- i ; Customs Key West.
Trciswy : ur-hm.nt: !
/ur the: E J!: : of dI! Ariel,
; -1I 0 o'id! ";rgf' to o'.ir tnr d? !n this! '
wiiic'i >* f re-publish from tie VT'I! on that; set Thence the unilfcujo D.-\V illitm C. Donelan 5, Eben
"" i ne '' orrt-at Ins been tli-
of )
d:tv, :!.::t an or ler (;;r t-Mher Ih s( 1:1: year ago plL-
,- .V m.ti.' Ilt'- lId, if. worthy of an utlusil. ,i! 'v(/rh., dccnr..p
.. (.l L. .uid s'louUl! cause the serious 1 1r t I strijition, audrrsscd in ill* K.li'nr of this : movement by tin ,t.iGf the t tlo3t't' ii'iu- print an -cUi'n ol' 6
a.,. ....,ii ': t,In ,: \vlio t xp?ct Couiitil.ts tlf Mt-in-' The 1 paper wi'l! bt promptly ;ftteid.d tc, anti '! costio Contm.inupl; !. The tisiul ll r>;f -and the! list is rupi'Uv; inr.tvasinfr.: L Lu'scrie5 lliohard Daily, Caatles Deshon.

t. mi. next Ltgis'.rtiivc : (.o s1 them) but a trifling aiuouiit either ofitroublt j S can be fun; >Iie'i, with tbrmi E. Charles
"' -I, '. 1.ht.a,) taxation at a (:lur e si i1Ti'iiis; of the lln.ssiuii jnaies from Evans, James Evans,
cr CASH.TTc <::bcrs cnmpletr! fur tr! first of May
.j.' v i. '. hi .i.idii' ; is oue which iraMVy I tiM! ciiinnto of Tui hey, are r.c likely 1 3.:8.: The er, ,'!lj&l:m'n's tare ., this 'o k Josi.ih; E'ansVllr1m Elliot, Sto-

r, ; | I.ona".ds to r.' cniisidi'icd.. tt is hare ftcqnently Ci..Jtr:: ? flip! 3rf'nti" tour o he diminished by such a mule. e ccu' d by the first s r:::!3. The No. :r.hrn l D. Elliott 3, Alfred VV. H. El

l'", ;il l .,;ki...& ;.11 Mntl Treasrry!'IH ilw < en are: &nds ntr.uMiius against: and the J of readers to several 1 \flhp .I"r-:1I1' fl,1 I It is st.ited in tIe New York Coinnerpi issued "n the 3d of .]av. C'-n'ai'is ::1 splendid >PC Thom Eastin 2, David Easton

th 1Ilp periodical publications of the day ; Piijjravinsrof I Harper TPTV. \tritsi.. William; EdonF.
tJ i\> nod that nil!J tin money' tlitidl Ot }hft.H"O I r; I, trial: Mr. JJjches'er was unable to ;
nd have in
now only to remark
,." .'lrmr. .1 I'd! '" ,Ii'hti c It"lI) ; I 'l1'nc.'nl' to the Ctt')::al uf Central Amen-J the next b's Jar r.s in the editor pi--er .-\\'IIIant, Freind, Superintend-
to thi f', the Prospecii ofv hth ie in tins j I u-'ill consist of views of Anr.cricun
A Ii'1 secured'1 t"Ht it cannot he nseii for number oft hf Gii7 :'tte, t'rt (pprimens 0(1Jhrm ( ; :.\. in conseqiicr.re"f tIt* Hi'i;erous and scenery. :mt of the Fortifications, ManoutaFernmiles

tlJ31 puipo>t'. AiiuuM ferpd&on, who t bf Ortice whort lIi.- I Isrrhitions ; iI]t'etr2C'ei i state of the count\'. Indeetl Any person \ 110111 procure seven
seen nt o'ir : Ezekiel C. C
: subscribers: and remit ton doll shall Ferguson, *
himself in office I i'.ad rs,
iicniiMtieil e'coun\ereii{
h: 's hwslly any will be fiaiiKfiiiU' he the hazir.lof life and
uaHr! our 1'('' ilonal tHf'rnmtlIl. is sif- I 1 promi'lly ttended to. \\0 p.a. recrau.'" roi fi-'f-n' iiui'j! he wculd} have found no fjov rnorrt reCehe 1b? eighth copy fice. \1I!Ic'ters! Y. Fonda, Ellen Foster.

"- ring for want nf 1 the miserafle 'nncCnff I i.nt fi-w wii i. 4'X ill 1 infO them Vi i!h'l1t fpir,5r] :1 to wh>'tli he CtMt-fl ti.VC preaenteii. :niMt bs p'ist pa..!, mid inclonesubscription 1iI. ) ear'J G.-Charles Green, James Mc-

is havd-earm"i fes, \ lnle thus*' who have a (le ire subscribe for t-ein \V H I !.1":1: i MS crcilcntiu!*, thut of ( eiitr.l Aiutrica'u.ivis'j ; in advance. Editors are poG rah, A. Gordin, Lines Gray, FJ

jmiRueJ a dilft'ieut o nrst aio rioting in i H'ut. wl! aUo receive and intend to ord!!',' I ?; been virtually! (i itss-jiviJ.: liltly requested to exchange with us T. Geraud George Green IsaacG
i.llcr.TfcS awl fristcr.ins (III hat iniiit long i Addrcs-j
lor either of t'lrs-e' ions r'd
pubtcit i Cfuroltza G
Jlrpttblir nf .
satisfied t JOluals ui La 1 ca.-
s.nce havr tnc jn; > Iii
Edmund Morris.
.lH-!. "hkh} Flill It III j. Lood ..giinst our i I; Tlieiir.oiini InI him by M.iil; (I'OmI.Y. pit of 1'10: ida. I.I I I.;\':fl! !ic serji thatJr.. Rochester has i ir H.-John Hill, Manuel Hernan-
1 of sutisciiptiuii ninv always oe Philalc'p'iia} MH 4 18-8.
1 : I iritorv. "and mist !I.. jmid at some fti !J JIt safely tiansniitie.i in the same*rnaur.er. i! t'tii'nod fpm his mission to the Ivefpublic I > -- rlo/, Benjamin Heath, Hamilton E.

tpfiKn'." is not fail ttint I IU nil' anl I:: -*- '1 of '_.: !-tfli1 :\ IUCI it'a.rch.1t I Pl \r. Robinson.
tn' I..ai..h should Jalleu on ilut U'ijRii j i i\ ii:: rl.t. P. ,
| ramld ?;; -The p::'.1:n ph Leaded iinforritu _.
t' ''j' I rlt.;iv. i< bound to r"..." iu 11:(' i .III? j ; : Jlcf/johc: apjJi'.Is the I I.-John Jnnerarity4, Benjamin
-I| iu another !
t.I.HI'l I! i'.otnf-il t\f her St.: \aul!. IT" if,,' \ Fiirnery. cru.uuxeinpifies! in I j.t'n'ik ru II) intc-rtia! rtio.s aii-1 civil war ; Or, Flowers of .
; inatuier, thl' bcvtjificl ieults! ofjj Ixy.J
11'.HIi fl bi'.it unforiunatpiy tell I i'u tli" j j hat f'.isrinating & ruiniM s vire-fl4.iRM.vo.COMMUNICATION :JtII,1) the success of the parries arrayed LITER.TlRE1'1', & SENTIMENT_ ,-John Jemison, John S. Jime-

hHIo > of l.'illih'' s a:piits 'R[ luyVe't"jc.in. j ___._ (
-'.- -- J-- -- -. ,-'- '-'-"'- -----1-1-- '.' 'lg:iiist each: otlu-r to be cuit-iaihiy E'f 8 E i I. r SHE D iriTH J. Jftrrison, John \V. Jones, Ed-
by no meritis. 1I1/.ti'o. for tinpur- : j SPLC1i'w
V(&tIfl! Indeed iuch! is fic r :ird Johnson: George Jackson.
fO.t' of discJjatgiug tll(- jw4 de'ils of thei} I : uanjipy j DID : t
l'c'rnt tlfn Iff be'rnise 7_' -. -' ,- stMtf of thinii that ii l/f K. John M. William
lr: pioinpt j iur i iires : >, cannot s.iu: King
I for;; th: I'ci.. 'coia G:r.etc. : fSJSL i1lE p'ltrnn'tt" that hai already n
lhf'1' funds for that
dipH'd In pur- I Ii her e is any *joverumen,.-\\rft tinthat Kennedv John Knight 2, Nicholas
and thfr bri'tj rcrurtdafttr To the People of Ehrrnfrequeiuly t"xtPlukd tn the C'xsket has n It only
po r to pivvrnt : ) : dfi tand Mr. ;
Rorhoter E
I as au-i I elly.
dt-I'llr most ,
tlie nci'M fashion, un.il I;:c'al. t I c"ct' sangirnc expect.itions
paid lo th .se who! arc en'itU-d Iu receive ( o'I 11!t\'. I I MlVoris'jd I I II IS to ru- urn, i ii', uu hi.sanival at i iOmoa i I hut, if we mist&ke not. i 14 unnrecedented L.-Jamcs Q. Livingston 2W.K.

ti'f'ID. tnxation rn'.ist be ri'sirl''d1.\ t 1 TpHf' leqiiostrd fa Mrj I ho shoiiid hr s.tisii td th.it tie i in the anniU ofmonthly literature. Tim; Lnttimer, Jo,in P.Lockey 2, Eugenio

i* lip dn j.roniplvrr.d% I'SIJ-lOthit.g j in the Legislative! Conn; ii, at its next srsi 'I presence of! an Anc'rie.in Minister j i success 'fas induced us to give the work 1: Lavalle, John De La Rua, Edward
i' to IIP iip.nird bv deleiy ; and let our Legislat'r SI iOIl. :;nd''I* Iding t') th* iniioi] iiiuitv ut iny would j a more tt ,:.ni'c fcrrn for t hi* ;present
I j ho without brnufit that i' Langford William F. Lain William
Trieuv'-F! I conseiiu'd tf1tu <>. or any I ,
? t. ( rticUd! that llit-ir laws be such I Circum"I I v ear, as veil in its literury department.an .
StIR IW I'f' f' f.ue. d. Modi-rate taxes c 4.-s have since oc irred.? n'oinrsi; oihi *, IiI I I personal[ Iii7/ird: might; Ueinl ins lr;-I I in its decorations snd typographical Lambert, L'tnlon & Reilly.

Jrtilv c.,l I"t'H.tIn! | : conectly tt./J-\\ pr
vu'd! i ('I-;' 11,( t".tih of try 'uhir! IlIlillll "it'ss i.and relative to tli. adjustmr.nt of piiv i tic I uiin region which lies between Omoa, I been jM-!nrcd, upon which it i is pT"ited ; McVoy 2, Thoinas 3JcVoy, Bernard
Clt.im hrh$ will
j'a' < .1 ;t. ,\\ould K'jt be fcJt by those who rcqnie my piernce the the si.l. anil iiumtscr are to bet consider-
principal aiI! (JL iteaiala.V J M-ieller Patrick
; here, wiii'e te! Council ,%' !i i n' rf'.sarily so.iport, t MurphyVilIiarri
pHid I>K c: also! .
hly exttdt-i slId
lie in ses iun. TOt !r.aiJia! ;HTifirtof \ behe\e that it i is intention of they Merv.nr, Daniel T. Mathias 2, Duncan -
.* ihat tit'merh"serl,
'j.W T. ..' i". ..-( '.':.v '-J.m -I.-H" :'!IC'a-", niv private iiilerest. I wa.s i-ronciled before i the Government:; to di>cttislnue!; this is einph'jvil, f V -illrh'Or i" ;Us publicuion nirantime. McMulhn, Richard McManus
f .11) ,11 ., Miili'i.Vl'loil ;u1.i"! 5IKT. tr.Ct lll- I fonsrntei! lo bi-cv'ine a -iuilidate ; !hUI i 1 1w mission; wait ;
J' | or 10 until 1 is .
I Thornton
ime ; Minor
that !
a ev. rv d'*,''art;neiit .TIHV rxli'h.t a cor.retpo JsabeUa Manuel
r.1lie ran: .:.c ;*-t= fr a rent ill i tW next Lfjift.l.i'Mrt hile thi aie so MI nv' o l.cr.* ii the Coun- "
-, i*..--r *? Si'.!, i1:! a Pol'' i in ftii piirnceofilie | : tv., abundantly: q;.; !:f.fiJ' t rf'prt'.rr.r'OU: i I j more stable condition of things in :: ':;I\ vr< c (f ir.-';'r ..\cir ent. araIt'etYiecti -- : D.uid B. Morgan 2.

'n:r- 'I f'r,.'(' ofjlie Fall Temi of;Ie
re. O"CuU. 1 Mttli (tie time fir S.-ntion of re,.) th'. Jt.rfllrm'f' 'in }"ers'I, ofIh I --t._ -. __ :.--A_ ,:: _.____ :trtit', fur various dvcoraii-ins aid orna Owen.
("1111' f, i-; ,I t'J\t. LII. 'I.e.I :f.!i<_. I.r !IEe.c.. 'i( ments. The usutl nuriiber it"copper
dmif.viiioti -
tli oi
Art Coiitrr''s
lr..f'W ..fm.\ itir ( ,!,,s.i.e in a C.u..tW'l'tl.. I e \}.1ti'I.it itC Lit Li. dates will be f\l1l"J P.-:\r. Pitikn, J-imes Pendleton,
n *d c1c\"JIH' iii> .n lal', and ', hid it is poposed tofurnisli
-- --
lia* a rrjtn t toC'lId tIN) l'.r. ; '," tjiiIti: --- --- --=-- x--
s "'t.. f"'r 1'1 1..I.n,, ht tl't klY l4s 1rf'1oi:: I' r..nid: \ net. !hi\? n.v "r,:liu >rv' dutie* .ill L S. I LI- KrOiJi. A.'A KLr.J each number with heo' -ood enfi I- David Porter, John! Pike, Zachariah

f' C h."'l f, Ihl'; r"cllit mut 'tf'lll' \ 'rrI.C'.1) j Attorney, br pr'bi'*-d by-nuer. ;\1 ilst I'' iVtur'uc'i., May 21.nl ( Brings, instead of one. a* hrrtofoe Ptetice, J-ms Person, Joseph Pi.I .

f'W -..-'ht: .v..IIlo! !.surn ,. tho C'niitv will be: i jtheiefoie, I indnlffo' in tt. RV.. Pittman, Geovani

e& c'fij. l>\ tlif H'mi.iacmpni ol iiisu5iit>><, or j\ a gratelul ttrkitowh'd:'Miiont for the almost I I 2-4ih \1y. --0 oag. tfca l land Cotton at or referring. MUM,Sent-., familiar or bite I I PoI\'i PO'.tlustlt Key West Wra.
tlt') ii-> :'IN iiftlie ih-'u;litU-hs; ur Miuic 1 universal! ,
pei: u support wiucli w.s tendeird! me, I io ifd 1UO 22d eting; to H.Jst ot'ourreiders, will he ac-
I4j : ; ItfV uniued tJu 6to t
i i > '- n't'f'('L I'.tf: fltiIJJl and -vili not ac'f' : Pinknrv2 John
must decline' ,
\ t. .ivil mvsf! ot"it, Si since l compknicd bv \vni wiittfi irs'npian5: ore'entC
; ,;. n.l IVCMVO tfi? '* gipatpst mnnbcr ofsr.itli yyJ--5irO LplHM-M. ti.i to 7d, and 23 at
i ,ijiie %\'f' ""d.J prt-ferHsr! iaiK-i-!SoIn I it would be iinios<-ib!,' fo"- me to ar' Il1 during I- ;]-32 OlMleansfij In tf-7U atSJd 6140Alat'ciiiri" j t cxh'bitions; co m cttrd witlr the R. "Edward. Rev 2, Nathan Ra- _

I In 'tllIl-/I'f': l1TV, fiiaii: to send :: di'":lIl'lg i nrarly hatt'ftp t;. s"on of the Council. ft$ lo
k II .> f I a Miijiit: fool. Tlie I situation our'lVr- I Very respertfuily; !: outIi| article ::i,7o'J iJi. jinporl 2347.Ti intereef and value- Kootcs, James R. Rjlt y.

i. -, -.d li a* rails for the exrriion, ufiridofne lP.j. U.Vriirbf. I .c hUoIIlt'dUII: III (f.'tull hi-< coiititui'tl to It to our desire to render the Casket S.-David H. Siine Joel Sawtell
:::.j I !f "I"3f .',l.H.llt\H' cauixit send an ni- I bo exteti-ivca steady demand I l.aj i interesting the various clanses of readers ,
uu.lonnly exj -
ii" ..1"..t, n '' Iwith:;: tliese qurilificalioiis; I Jet -J--. I j:I isid.: ami ;uii; ',njh: pnees i'.iii.scarcely: be : ti,:i to w'hor periodical; literdlaie gene: James SpHlman John Sager, L. R.

on, <...i.uti !, t"rrf from duo ,1 i '.}h!IP t"1i.u:,:.; oj to>il'b. metfective. andcf" L Russian Declaration of } Var.-- ::I vet the se.ler Iw IIt"'IOII.U'j' obr:meilualight :
'' C. 2.
is cshed to search with renewed attention i: Slaughter
i -ht.sit la'UfTe nine cnoii"li ihivaice! in upon
',nki-n t1! ad yi .0. [ The arrival of thr cii.sis i i to wliich, i ;t I Ievpnis i the pnf-e 01 lilt qualii of c.uttu"1 I and for the most interesting i
U" ::! "tilj j.et we tnst nr citi7.ij r I as coniiiaied! with tlit-saie. of IH-I assiduity, T.-Mr. Marcos Tin, Jacob Tailor,

\,1.\ not L unrniiulf.il; : of it.Ve confers have ]loiur been Jt'titMng th*a '|I iinpoitdiH week, it Will beotjerved, h?; been I contents .;t' foreign; nsajpzini-s: .I James Toy, Edward Pt. Thomson

WT .cf-vr rtlVt-ciiy t>'ambia itlilullv and wny, will of course be l'oupmpl1ed !i I very moJrrat?, owin: to i {1'r" iain.y ul'ealei *- I while proirr; inflticeineiit will! he lid! ,
en /.U: vpjurscnti'd: !, nut s'-all briaJpy| to ;! : vv.rids. Tut tra.ic li i John Teel, D. M. F. ThorntonJohnA.
with the y :.vv iKeu Hirout iioUt out for native writers to contribute; a portion
hat {".' n'rultshow that vvenre under mi greatest imprest. The Russian 1 I I
a thr
!- principal
pUtena?I":!, the wioie ailributedto of their labors to enrich our Casket. Turle\i,
take. \Ve Ji-iie. Citizjiis who woulddu I
honorto Manifesto ami declaration speculative
; seem opeittuoiu during lastueek, being
trir: titneand ; These regulations be effected with Urqucsa, Joacquin
our Tf'n'ilorLut attention i is.iatom iboui3lfOO
I only
make bax, i4 about 7000 ba s
( ,. and kar : to out a vrry faircas ?, not only i out sacrifice of tnat and
'll. < : "' tliey 'annotlJhtUf.'ti l eq may be placed to the same account thin week any light reading, Viosca. ,
to tieclpct l thir own iminediate con of the causes which have induced the i iWril' principally American deKriXion5. Upland ; 'e.trd magazine of smull para;raghs, W.-S. WilliamsonfcB.D. Wright

Ltr:1 f.-i: the take of eei\'il; the i'ubiic": but of the moderate objects of f much iwugfit after, being coii'paraiivel!)' scarce that must enter into all literary works ; I Jacob Williams Jacob C. Williams,

ihe Emperor in I' on thiiiiaiktt, and prices cf such are very inasmuch as the size of toe work will bt ( ,
Arrival i of the Grampus.l prosecuting it. The I' stifflj maintained, irith'a partial advHrtcrof l-8d very considerably enhanced-ita contents. .: Henry Walke 2, Joseph M. White,

1 l, t' S S'.tir. Grair.pns.: WILLIAM : ho>iile acts which are charged on I'I perth ; tile 84fii6 remark applies to good A ia- I therefore, assumes a mure divvrstfioil Luther Wilson 2, HenryVilson' 2.
liaiurt ol which
divide] : sort hage lave been soid at
Turkey themselves
Ti.a; p. K.q Commlln er. rmed K'I I II into two'" the iiigh rate of? -. For Orleans the inqui- form, and boasts an increase solid int1.1ter MAJLALtRANI.MEN'rFLORIDA .

-s PuH. -...11 Tl.ursdav last, 17th July L classes, viz. those vhich preceded I, I rv i is active-, and pricts are fully maintained.Ssra MAIL. ,

f "11it ciuiy.e. Before coming to anchor and ihoss which succeeded, the inter- : Inland may be also considered a*stationary I The price of the Casket will be g3 5(I ,
i" "" "U'i i-s vailerf and I at the advance ofl-4d. to l-'Jd. 11". which Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clOclcA. II
round. fschangrdw" fcreiice of Russia beha.V rwr per annum, payable within three months ,
on of
5\\11". '. the was established at the kales tIe Departs same day at 2 o'clock, P. M.BLAKELEY .
,iie U. f S. Ship Fatmouth.% King I IIfl by auction on after the rcciptotthe 1st n..tober-but. ,
.s r ha lior. We understand 'ha.tlte Grreks. Of the lust the only ones Itiih int., the deumiid moder.ite ; upon the if the subscription is in advance MAIL, .
I paid $2aO
)''aa': ihat I tiiemscives! whole, we have an extremely healthy mark ( Including Mobile and the States of .
u officers and present the al-
has arc
crew, bee n --- .' -A ._._ "ill be receive as payment in lull _
hIIcl Mill roniiiiu,!. good. For A list of ih ledged violation I find Mississippi.Due .
ITt.thvcr. I by Turkey of Iter Wearerequete4Iythfiiends ol .1.1)- The arrangements that we have made
of the Grampus see Gazette of lOt Ii the Servians and I for the : very T-U ewlv, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
to DMAKK of
J"11" pledge of hI rguarantee WARD E>q., to hnnounce him publio-iou the Casket, warrant
li. Departs every Friday at | 8 o'clock
r departure from past -
aiuiutirinjr I aa a Candidate to the fnsl and us its that it I
the represent shall
on.. \V unnerstHiul tlmt Lieut. NIr-1: to Principalities. of assuring patron equal \ M. ALL OTHEU MMLS.Due .
) I second Election District, composing I:s- attraction, worm of the kind
BUlc.u which it be any
has remarked
joined the Grampus, may that they every Sunday and Wednesday at 4
County iu the that has been
next LegislativeCouncil. published while its
; priceis
alf""i, as :rst Lieutennut.Imrnhy I have not hitherto made I figure a'clotkP M.
any great !. scarcely half of that ot'the most rtrdina- :

We I in the complaints of Russia. As ; l :. ry monthly publications.Those Depart every Tuesday and Saturday.
the n-rival of the U. S Sch o'clock, A. M.Letters.
r. '
Gr1IIp1,,. French to all those infractions of treaty which who wish to ptrnnize: the work
tut H Merchantman UU
jg wfiich
m ws cr arrf
\ deposited -
1rlt succeeded the wilt please to intimate
a''lai e amount of Specie, from Vera alt of Russia in becoming their wishes I by
CI sending us the one half hour, before the regular.
CI subscription in advancethe
"It. .Uenon --
by her ciew ; who a party to the interference ofthe
.\\. ;: mu-dered the Capl in, Officeis Rnd Allies in behalf : Port o\\ \Jens o\a. increasing expends of the paper time appointed for the departure of

.i5't"''?'rs, '.n the ship ashore near Cape Greece justice -_t,.._A- : printing, en.raviujs, &c. render it absolutely the Math, will be detained until the

COII"1Ips. Two Ofth crew arrived at St. to the Turks must force us- to confess, ( ARuiVED.Jtty2l5 necessary for us to be furisheil next Mail ; unless it suits the COOY8nience

iIgz 1. .i. Culm ".'h', rongequenrc ofquunellinj that they were not only natural retaliations /.-Schr. Florida Baker, New I with the means of jureting. expenditures of the Post Master

iT Hl)oul the diMributiMi of for the alledged violation of Ol"I.ansCaro: stores for the U. S. Army j promptly. to mail

the spoil, one oflhl'111 (who j is now in CO I'- their sovereignty but at TampH Ba,. Atkinson & Alexander. them sooner. .
justified the :
l1f'D\I'nf M St. JaCo by ENTERED. On the
) informed of all Ibt' EJ' Sunday, Post Office
strict code
clr"ulnIl\O I ; the other made his of Nations. According to July 2h/-Schr. Thorn, Reniey, New 112 C/ .nut Street Erectly 9ppctsite to will be kept hour aftef"
r.l'capf' ovenfr one
brig \\\ naturally the cargo to '
t expect
tjn.| for I'Ml-WpW' ,. T.Te Govefnor at e 'I i interruption of her trade and the CLEARED. It may bfe well to state that (his "C 13- the arrival and assorting of the Mail ;

forIT' ha\1 nr'n to the D"iled Stateti of her molestation July 18//1.-Schr. Victoire, Caro; New f kd for 1827," forms a distinct volume, and letters will not be delivered out-

\ purpose of procuring )his ariest.M subjects, after such an Ore! m. Cargo, 12,000 hricks. by E. No- I J price g>2 50 ; it contain thirty-six splendid : of the office at any other time on that:

open act of hostility as the battle of rIegt. en ravinps, with nearly 500 pages of day. -.' _

0. If' nltlh June, a finger wq i.en loIS Navariuo. AS to the incursion of the Schr. Amelia, Ratch, New Oilcan Cargo letter-piess printing constituting one of .

thr It'".. lion C. F. RCSH, bv t b Turks on the Kuban,, and their ef- 12,000 bricks, bj E. Noriega.19th the cheapest publications in the United: \V. Hunt, t

lrfOtte'n r D. C., for the purple of forts to prevent Persia's ,- Schr. Poraouff, Aniauri, New Or-I ) | S'.atrs. A few of the numbers can be POST OFFICE, Post Master.r .-

conc udiug leani. Car; 13,500 bricks, by the Mast er.. supplied to future !ubicribew. 1 ns cola 1st July, IV 8.-1:? 34- "


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the FOR SALE. County Court for ,
'. apprated this day- Ew abia '
Claims. (A.) : personallyattorney }
1YoXuttflobr3 the FortgolDg power County-At .
b I named T pleasant and desirable ;
be made by the s.I
Ff/rtlt JDtctaniion to
An act for the n'ic1ot ceitaio iurvvingOf of a I of attorney and ile oath that the same aTJlA on fntendencia street, Jontjr J7, lea:

I cern and Soldier of die Army of the He olation. Officers.t obtainiDgthe benefits was n t.gifento: .Ium by reason of any -to Major Bowie. For In camptfant* vith anatt of t\t ,,"' _I

I For the purpose ''tJ'1n3fC:1" for any ttthIfltiP, levy, or i. terms, which will be made moderate five Council of the Territory '/
or .
entitled "An act for the relief 1'
Be it enacted by the Senate and Home of an act, wiiteverf

4, of Jiepresentati-ces of tike United States ofAmerica Of certain surviving officers and 101. ,seizure,'UT aw 1e4 author prue.,!ed to: be received apply to 0' RDEBEDthat of polls be opened rertL...
of the Kevolation," I the pay thereiB Robert Mitchell purpose receiving rotet/o,
in Coitgrfts ettem'blfd, That each flier of the Army approved *
tr4 of the surviving officers of the army of the ,: on the 15th of May 1828, J, -> :, but that the III pay 'ntlSlIf Pensacola, July 10,1828-18-St. dates to represent the people of thi
the "
to P in the
in the State enure wholly ty next legislative Council
the of
Devolution in the Continental TJne, who" of --,in county -, the said wu of
do that I was an the person .by; whom power Territory at tbe election to be
was entitled to 'half pay by the rf'solve'ofOctober of -, hereby T11.1 \Jp held
twenty-first, seventeen hundred officer-in the Continental Line of the Army executed, ttrt firal Monday !in August nexttiJ 0\
1 Witness hand this day otIn -. ", N the 5th init. 'the lit District :
Revolution ed such my a one Precinct
and as :
and eighty, be authorized to receive, out of the sen .
the end ofthe or ( the year -. LPNegro boy, who calls I A't: Barrartca, at the Huuse of Miia
insert war
; of any money in the Treasury not other- [here to asI Before -. (here Insert either a' hinself.Vil1iam .
wine appropriated the amount of his full the cast may be) to the time when the arrangement m Serra.
in line his rankin of the provided by the Justice of tie Peace or other Magistrate, In the 2nd District four Precfocti.
pay said according to Army oaths. In \ White
duly empowered to ] At the Court House.
the lintto begin with the third resolves' Congress ofthe 3d and 21rt! of I st

day of M..rch, one thousand eight hundred October, 1780, was carried into effect, the County of-, in the Stat, of-> five At James Spillmav's, at Florid
'personally ajlpeared, this day, --, and : !t1)1 he i i. twenty-one years old, about At H. 1. Cotton's the
and twenty-six, and to continue during and reduced undei that arrangement,] at on We t aide
'-, of th6 said county, who did severally i feet four or five inches high, has a scar the Escarobia. rf
Provided That in the -- .
his natural life : which period I was a regiment _
,;7t under this act, HO officer shall be entitled of the tine. i make oatb, ihat -, by whom tbe.toregomg' on Irs left hand, and says he did belong At VYm..& nea'Ean aide of the Ejtto
declaration was subscribed, is to a by the name Sandy King, ,
? afterwards person bia.
:i to receive a larger sum than the full pay And I also declare that I received -
generally replted and believed to have GeorgIa,I ndian Sprin 5and now deceasedSaid I And it is further
? called
i of a Captain in said line. a certificate (commonly a ordered thu
::4 Sec. a. ndJ fttrtner enacted, 1.'hat., commutation certificate) for_a sum_ equal : been an officer in the Army of the Revo Negro ran away about a month since persons named as Judges in the folkn.the; ':
and made
from the heirs of the deceased
r74 '\\'nenevernu}' 01 jd'officers has received to the amount ot five years'' mil pay -, lution, in raanuer as therein stated. enumeration, are hereby appointed

money of the United States, as fI pension which sum. was offered 'by the resolve of[i Witness my hand, Ibis day of-, his way to this City. required to preside at the seven _

cr, since the third day of March, one Congress, of the 22d of March, 1733. instead in the ycur-, F.rl'. Commyns.Pensacola cincU to whicb their names are att&

thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, ofthe half pay for life to which I [Signed] July 1st 1828- -16tf. AT .&iJ1..uc 1.. ...

::t aforesaid, the snm so received shallbe. w8s-el\titled under tin? resolve of the iilst J, -, clerk of the Court ofthe County Jeremiah Ingraham, rhonus Commv .

4% deducted from-'hat said officer would, of OC'tobe.1780.. 'of---, in the state of-, do hereby: COMMERCIAL 11(J TEL L. C. HubbellAr *

otherwise, be entitled to, under the first And I do further declare, that I have received certify that--, before whom.the fore xus COTJBT Hocrss.

4; :; section of this act ; and every pension to of the United States, as a pensioner going affidavits were sworn was, at the I THIS House, lately occupied by ..Maj'rr. John de ia Kua, F H. Msbet,
IJ which said officer is now entitled, shall since the 3d day of March, 1826, [here 'time, [here insert either a Justice of the & was r C. Keyser, Jostpi
cease after the of this act. insert the be Peace or otlrer Magistrate, duly empowered the 16th of February, by the Subscriber; _
passage no money, or (a* case may ) who respectfully solicits a share orthc Pa Jiats: S-riLukA9g.
:;! Sec. 3. And be further enacted, That: that I have received, as a pensioner of to administer osths,] and duly empow tronage of the Public. All, which the localities Andrew P. Simpson, John Allen Si ,

;.11 eve!)' surviving non-commissioned officer, the United States, since the 3d day ufIarch ered to administer oath,. Ion, William Ward. .
shall be
afford studiously provided,
If : musician, or private, in said army, who 1828, the sum of-dollars, paidto In testimony whereof, I have hereunto I and attention devoted lo the quiet and At R. L. COTTONS. _

enlisted therein for and during the war, me by the Agent for paying pensions I set my hanj, and affixed the seal I comfort every of those"Who will favour the Hause Joseph W. Hall, R. L. Cotton, Bj_ ,.
[L. s.] of the said Court, this -- day ot F _
and continued in its service until its termination in the State of -.] with Gainer. )
a preference.
I)4 knd thereby became entitled to [Signed] --, in the year -. An excellent Billiard Table, attached to AT W IIILt.&X Giiifis' .

receive a reward eighty dollars, under Before me, [here insert, Justice [Signed] the establishment, occupying a separate loab Gaines, James Brew&ter, .., i

kc1 & resolve of Congress, passed May fifteenth .. ef the Peace, or other Magistrate, duly 16-lw. 2m. building will contribute to amuseraentwlth Wilkii>aon. Pctu

seventeen hundred and sevent}. empowered to administer oaths,] in the Claims. -- out interfering with the good order and Polls to be opened at eight o'cJockil!

Yq eight, shall be entitlf to receive his full county of-, in he State of -, personally Revolutionary quiet of the Home, and private parties can the morning, and close at six o'cloetth'C :

monthly .pity in said service, out of any appeared, this day, -, and- COL A \RON OGDENwill remain in be always accommodated with a distinct evening. T. TW1TCHELL]*

Li : mon y in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated of the said county, who did, severally, for some months, and I sitting room.

to begin on the third day of make oath that upon being duly authorized by of Judge C. C.B
; ; --, by whom the foregoing power There is on the premises, one of the best C. :

; March, one thousand eight hundred ind 1 declaration was subscribed is generally Attorney, he will continue to acts Agent t. Stables in the place, where Horses shall betrictly M. CRUPPER, ClerkC. C.

twenty six, and to continue during his reputed and believed to have been for the surviving Officers and Soldiers of f attended to.JOHN By J G. DRAKE, D.C.MAONIUMLHifflit.

batural life : Provided, That no noncommissioned I an officer the Army of the Kevoiution, the late Army of Revolution, for whose re GARNIER. T '

officer, musician, or private :in manner as therein 5tan d. ucla bill was passed at the late session of .

;1 ; in said army, who is now on the Witness my hand, this day of-, Congress, aid approved of on the loth of -rEamS, i fllHE publication of the Akiile.,35- ,

l>ension! list _of the_ United States, shall be in the vr: 'I'I May last : and upon reccivincr the evidence Board per Montb, $ 25 I JL will be tus'pended from tli.g; dale. ,,,

, .rh.wr.: emiuea' 10 me benefits (If this act. [Sfcned; ] prescribed by the Secretary of the Day Boarders, 20 TaE A

,!. c t.; Sec. 4. And be farther enacted, That f, :_____, Clerk of the Court of the County Treasury, Co// Ogden will procure the I Dinner 75 as a Masonic york, ARANVK will tate: the "ftkti
, .':'D. the allowed this act shall under of those entitled I Iteretl Breakfast or Supper 37& piaceef
' i pay by of -. in the State of -, do hereby names to be duly regis the )Mirror will be devoted
: \ ; 'J. the direction of the Secretary ofthc Treasury. certify, that -, before whom the fore- and wil remit the certificates thereof Horses per day 1 25 to and wilt excluavelr
ot { be paid to the Officer Soldier' the per month 20Penli3cob Masonry, appear on tho 15$
or en. fJni! affidavits were sworn, was, at the together two years' pay now of this month and
1;,. 'ol""';}"", titled thereto, or to their authorized attorney time a [here insert, Justice of the- due, to wit: From the 3d of March, 1826, February 20th 1828.-i5 tf. it will ; sufficiently encouraged

'.;.r.1.: :I; : 5: at such places and d-is as the S e<<:rt.1:1' .- Peace, or other Magistrate, duly empoyered ; -I to the 3d of March, 1823, by mail, in a Notice iIC of every, succeeding appear on month.or about The the 15& _
tary direct mid that: foreign draft of the United hereby Given origins
may no to administer oaths,] and duly em. States Hank, on any of the work will
;4: J Officer shall be entitled to said pay ; nor powered to administer oaths. of its branches,payable to each individual, JfpHAT at the next Te-m of the Lion.cI. design to embrace be so far amended _

'ft \'I shall any Officer or Soldier receive the In testimony whereof, I have hereuntost otto his order. the County Court, I will present the as and Original Masonic Essays;
nt. General
' f S! same, until he furnish to said Secietarysatisfactory my hand, and affixed the seal June, 1828172t._ accounts and vouchers, fr anp1y for a final tive Poetry to ;the Institution.Intelligence, rel*!

: ::1[ evidence that he is entitled to [L.S.] of the said court, this -- settlement of the Estate Thomas Com The price w2 .
i4t!:1: ::. the same, in conformity to the provisions of-, in thc'eat.- day W f.s'r ElmOUVDA.; myns senior deceased. be g2 per annum, in advance ; and it i

:; '') of this act; & the pay allowed by this' act Thomas expected that every person whs wV
!: L.4r! shall not in any wbe transferable, (It. ] A Vizw OF WEST FLORIDA, Comm.ns, scribes for it, will remit the amount on tHe

: : (B.) ., MllttaCINti; its Geography, Testamentary Executor. reception of the second number
;"t.itt: )liable to attachment, levy, or se'uure, by I TopolA 1 after
, any legal process whatever: but shall Form of n Declaration to be mails by the I : graph, &c., with an Appendix, Pensaftola, May 10th 182896t. i subscribing, or the third will not bt

:y enure wholly to the personal benefit 01( &V'llfolllmisliirJIlcd Ufficers, ..1ll8lclcml, ( treating of its Antiquities, Land Titles, I forwarded.

,r 'N the Officer or Soldier entitled to the same aid 1'rivates. I and (;"nls.. .O'rlC E. : Subscribers to the Mirror, who wish tie

.:t.h: ..:) by this: act, For the purpose of obtaining 1 benefit TOGETHER WITH LL persons having claims against the Amaranth, are requested' to give an earfy '.
"' of "An act (or the relief ot cersain sur- \ notice that effect.
':1 A Map of West Florida .. Estate of M.a. GoxirAT to
,; 'Yo''.'" 'Uf. Sec. o. And be further enacted. Tint L i I vivinjr officers and soldiers of f the of UJH. deceasedare
Army for
1-.1 BO.much of saul pay as accrued by theprovisions : the! Revolution Exhibiting a Chart. of the Coust, a Plan of requested to present the same to theSubscriber Agents the Mirror are respectfully

i..1th: of this act, before the third day I 1&28: I approved of in on the 15iii i I i"c" ; and all persons indebted to requested to use their influenc in givfflj! &
mar -, the
.' j1: of March, eighteen hundred and twenl I CMHI- ot'a'vl said estate arc called! on to make imme circulation to this Work. All who pro 3T
1' of City
the Slate of
I in !
11)- -, six
: I hereby diate cure subscribers and will
:: 1 shall be payment to JOHN DK LA UUA.vigent become i.
; I eight, paid to the Officers and]L i dtclave! '
tint I enlisted ii the
] ; Continentalj
the Entrance of Pensacola Harbour. sponsiblc for them will
: : be entitled
for the to
Soldiers entitled the Jldmnix.Pensajola t
to 'I
same, as soon &:> ; the .
t; of the
I Army Revolution, for I !;r JOHN LFK WILLIAMS. seventh
tcii i May 15th, 182&\-9lf. copy. .
; be, in the manner and under the o- .
may and
pi during the war, and continued Just received -
: visions before mentioned | : in itsservice .I fur sale by To those who have paid in advance for _
i's4 and the '
;hL \tbich shall accrue alter said; Jay, shall pay be I I until its tel'ruiudotiont which I I! ,\r. Ha l'll Hunt. TOWN or M.4GI OLIA.I the present volume or" the Mirror, the ..
: r!; paid semi-annually, in like maincr, and I period was a [Sergeant, Ci.iporal l. \!ut I Pe II S:1.1.:ola. 8th Jan. 1828. I OT5 in the new Town of Magnolia Amaranth will be forwarded to the tdi
t tician or Ptivati;, as the : to> __
case __
uuybem] .J offered for amount unless otherwise
; ; under the same provisions.: I are sa Ie. This place is ordered, or tig
I, t ..t ..' Captain -'s Company, in the ; ltu.U\\\ti\ If S'tuated 8 miles from Mirror be resumed.
Sale. I Tort
" 'rit":: A. ... c.iIf1'r '''", i of the 't-I ov St. Marks on
\;! Speaker of the House of ntati gment line. And i also In Subscriber .. : the St. VUi-ks, river and 15 from 'fal! has. ocrWe: would again solicit the attentica
;..;! Iteprese yes ; clare that! { aftt'fwardl.tct'iH.cl:1 cerliti- i Qfl;; \\ to seH his right of
" '." S. SMITH, ", cate for the reward of eighty dollars/ to : .1of- pre-emption to a plantation situa- see. The river can be navigated to .the Agents to the immediate adjmtratnt _,,,,,,,,J
President: of the Senate. i Town by vessels drawing feet of the accounts committed to their
: pro tempore ulncl.; I entitled ted on Saint Ros.l's Sound five water. care;
was ui.der twenty
I.\: ',,.', Appruved-lth May, 1828. Coo ic.ss: lasse(1 the loth ot a resolve iif I I tiiiles from Peujt{ ula ; together with. n The situation is high, dry and healthy ; and those subscribers: who have little ot
; May, 1778.
'! : JOHN QUINCY ADAMS.DLJ Audi furliiff declaie, that 1 I stock of cattle thereon,consisting of about* it has two Sulphur Springs in the vicinity no communication with Agents are rt

.:. a; :'. T1tE,15U"JlT I fifteenth vis IKK.ODthe One Hundred Head. The Plantation one of which i is only 200 yards from the quested to remit the amount of their bills '
: AUTME.vr: 7 day (IfJ.ll'ch., 1H-JS, the I .
: on I mnifin
. .. .
: t'uuhc Allents
"L.f.: Square. They said are 2.Uthf."i,1 tn ; -:: i.
I ; of are
"I I;::J, -..,- Nay 28, 1828.5 Pension List ot the! United Statts. j c n.t.l: ? one hundred and sixty acres I .possess the bamemnanner.
reat medical .
:' 'r" The Act for the relief' of certain I [-S'ned- -]- rr good land, anout fifteen ot which have I < qualities.For Those

j.:;"F.3.;. surviving Officers and Soldiers of ihe Before me, -, [here insert either been: cleared 1'or terms,'&.-:., apply ;o further information of Terms &c. ill who have received their bills,
i, : apply to J. G. and Hamlen. S>. Marks ft add 60 cents to the amount,* fof tat
.r I ,
: Devolution. approved on the 15th day Justice: of the Peace: or other Magistrate, Randall Allis.Peimcoh. .
! ur to Augustus Steele present year's and
Tallahassee. ,
papers without
i ';' of of duly empowered to administer
May, 1828 ( which the nth in .
foregoing is a ,] My 1st. 18Jd
--7tf.. St.
t ,.l\: ::: copy,) will be carried i into eilect underhe the County oi in the State of-, Marks 10t! August; lR2r-24-tf unnecessary delay. This will save rauh!
,Jit.:.: ( personally "'d this F. H. NIJiEr Boston, April 1,1828.BEASTOliES .
: ; ; following regulations : appar : :: day, -, and ,
\!: :; Kach Officer claiming under the act, -, oh! sjai county. who did severally n EOS leave to inform his Friends and LANDGENCY.. ---b

j; ...., will transmit to the Secretary of theTreasury make oath that -, by whom the !) former Customers:: that he has recommenced TH.s.u scrit>ers have: opened an of- &c.

:4..frt I : ..., a declaration according to the foregoing declaration H,-S buhcriLel l, i ia business at his Old Stand. the purchase and sale of THE Subscriber has just received pet

t term hereunto annexed, marked A, and generally reputed and bdisved to have where he has for sale a very good assort- Lands, at St. Augustine the house formerly from New Orlean,,-: .

,., t., Lot.: :. each 'non-commissioned Officer, Musician, been an olCSer in the Army of.,the Kevo me nt ofFresh occupied by Col. Perrault: at the king his assortment of Sea States Vtff

It. "; ,. and Private, according to the form marked iution, in manner as therein stxted. I south west corner of the public square, complete :

:: :S;' '. accompanied by the oarh! of two re- Witness my hand, this- day of---, flf Seasonable Goods, where persons desirous to ac omplibh either Macaroni, in baskets

} ,,; specUiMe witnesses' a>> to his identity. in the year Received oy the latest arrivals from New purchase or sales of real et>tate, are Vermicelli in boxes

", ti; :' which OJtfis to be taken before a Justice I [Signed] York and Philadelphia. I requested to leava their commands. Gruyere cheese

;eJ. ..'! of the Peace, or other Magistrate, duly I, -, Clerk of the Court of the County 3,;)$ and 4 Point ttlankets A long residence in the Territory of Patte graase do.

,.. empowered to administer; oaths in the of -, in the Slate of-, do certify 7-4 and 8-4 Striped Duffield Blankets 1 Florida: has enabled the subscribers to Raisins, Prunes, Almonds

ft'"I, ::L. State or '1 err.tory in which he resides. that -, before whom the foregoing jif 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney dw become intimately acquainted with near- Champaigne Wine

t ..to.. :,: And authenticated under the seal) of the fidavits weie sworn, wa, at the time, a. : 3 bales Waite & Drab Flushings ly all the individual claims to land, in thi- Family Flour .

Court of the County in which the oath [ustice of the Peace, or as the case Blue and black imperial cloth ; blue district,as well as to their titles,locations, Do do halfbbh.

: was administered, as shown in the said may be,] and duly empowered to administer and mixt cts imerC'3' ; satinetts, assort- qualities, and relative value. And the increasing Sugar, Coffee, Salt. Pork

I forms. oaths.In e4 ; wiper super and common fancy applications made, for information Mackerel JN'o. 1, and No. 2*

Each Officer will also testimony whereof, I have hereunto prints 78 and 44 Irish linens ; Irish from e'.erypsrt of the United States Superior Goshen Butter

mission,if in existence and transmit his corn. set my hand and affixed the seal of lawns ; dimities : super 6-4 fancy ging. more especially, respecting sugar estates, Best Cincinnati covered Hams ri

each non-commissioned Officer attainable,and [L. a.] the said i court, this -day ol- hams; white yellow, red and green flan- has induced them to believe, that an establishment Middling Bacon &c.

and Private, his discharge which, Musician, in the year nels ; black and colored bombazetts. of this kind, could be rendered .. Julius Pescay.

after being registered docuiiients [Signed] printed bombazetts and Salisbury flannplii _useful to the public.. tgnsenfa 26th. Febv. 192 en. .f 'f
will .
be r ...-..
"returned. If the' (C.) f or\nnl co ttOD.. ocertrtort. .. ,ontfnn........ K..ll.. All orders directed to them, for Copies --" ----- .
pJz commission -- ---- -- U"'U."j : .
__ ___ ._ or discharge
, 1. L bearerteens of
Form linen ,
liMa U'C'I) IOSI or ot"Sl1'oyed, he win of a Power of Alt cambrics ; cambric surveys maps or plans as well as other' NOTICE.
iransHri orney.
mit such other evidence as he may possessor Know all Men bv these Presents, thai hdkts ; Uaroge hdkfs; black Italian crape ; information on the above subject, will be Undersigned i is authorized
; p can obtain '. -, of---- -_ in flounced robes ; gingham do furnished without delay. Letters THE bj
corroborative of the statements the county of _, in spider nets, postpaid legal representative of Dna. R-
I set forth in his declaration. the State of-, do hereby constitute patent threads, Russia diapers, plain and directed to the Lafid Jfyency, St. vira Zuleta.widovr Dn Ant'o

: and appoint -, figured; book muslins, Madras and Brit- Augustine, will receive due alteM ion. Miraya/ff
true of
: If the evidence transmitted my and lawful attorney merly this city, and executrix of the
taken in tania hdkfs.
with a power of substitution comp'y flags, figured JOHN LEE WILLIAMS estate of said .
connexion with that afforded : for crape Miraya, deceased to offt
by the dresses ,
; pub. me and in ; white, brown and mixed WILLIAM
4 .I.w lic records at my name, to receive from the cotton H. SIMMONS, for sale
Washington be
; 4 ) found sat is. United States, the amount of half hose ; white and mixed worsted ana FRANCIS J.
FAT1O. One
now due lot and house
factory, the amount of two pay thereon No.:81.
years' full lamb's ,
pay, to me, under the act for wool do $ fine linen hose I
R the relief of ladies Dec. ittth 1827. Intendencia
at the rate to which the Officer Soldier tain cer white and black --44-tf on Street, in this City. -
surviving officers cotton do. I
k l was _entitled, and soldiers of the lead slate References; One tract Cabslert
according to his rank in the ) and black worsted do. containing 22
1 ;i line at the close of the war, or at the time as revolution.approved a-in the 15th May,18261828 ] I cloaks, furniture check plain and camblet Col. Jos. M. U hite, of land situated betwixt bayou Texan,ud
of his reduction, ( the :- regiment of the bedecking su Delegate the Bay of Pensacola. of 6*
'8 us case may be,) but line of the of the perfine cotton shirting, oi I cloths frojn Florida, The nature
in no instance army Uevolution. black Mr. Hen' S. Tanner ground is said of kind fr
exceeding tbe full-pay ofa Witness hand bom&asinrs, fancy belt ribbons / Philadelphia, to be the best :,
my and seal l black and
of the this Doctor '
Captain Continental Line Brush, New manufacturing bricks and the
white proxim
will be day of-, theyear satin and mantua do.,5-4 Iri.4Ib shirt- York
l4it.A transmitte-Ho him, at the place of his re Sealed and delivered in tug,8-4 damask, brown linens Bernard E. Bee, Charleston, I, a. well .as easy means of convey2fl'mist
sidence, after deducting therefrom : SUper Mr. James Williams, Baltimore. make the
the the presence of 5 and white, plaid and striped, property yraiuable.
i1t.$ have amount received of any from pension the which he may [Signed] [t.5.j printed shawls and hdkfs ; printed Water.; I Madeira Wines. Cordial W. Hassll Hunt.

since the 3rd of United States Before me* -,1& Justice nf th.* .P-..,.""". too shawls.fan silk drcieg,.nnno---..- thsir1......-.... ---- Uf.., -!_. Pensacola, March 2Otb,1828.-2.-tt .
......... h......_.._.. _day u.L'u1' March 1826.. He in the county of-. in the State-- -- -of'"" ''_'''I;; linen gloves, linen tapes, 'Russia shirtings, RECEIVED per Schr. Orleans from:' -,----- -. "., tC L-:; : "'.".:S
"'- "UW H: ,
! 'ti to receive it for aUUlunze him in any olherperson personally appeared, this day-, whose mill'd drab cloth; blue & red slrouds, fctc. I flMIli Subscriber has just received pet ,
will ; which case, he name is subscribed to the foregoing ALSO, 10 cases superior Old London Particular A Elizabeth Forsyth, from Netf9ttiii.:
ing to the annexed a power form of attorney, accord er of attorney, and acknowledged pow.the 4 cases saddlery, assorted Madeira me. leans, a very large assortment of GiO'

must marked C,which lame to be his act and deed. 9 cases Brewster's hats, assorted qualities 10 Old Port Wine. ries. He offers in addition to hiss fC

acknowledged before a Justice Witness hand this 10 Cherry Erandy, Superior. tock :- ,
of the Peace my day of
,- authenticated, or other )Magistrate and in the year _. 5 trunks fine ready made clothing 20 4' Cordials, first quality assorted in Champaigne Wine, in Baskets of 1W .
the teal of tbe Court 12 trunks ladies'and the cases 1 doz. each .
I of the in [i:Signed gentlemens' boots each. warranted superior
County, :
t already prescribed,, in same manner as is I, -, Clerk' of the Court of the County and shioaChildreos' 10 Wine flitters. do. Brandy of 1820. ;

_ tion But no regard to declara. of-, in the State of-, do hereby. and boy*' shoes; brogans, &c. 5 Demijohns superior old Holland Gin. Zante Currants )

I such % payment will be made to certify, that -, before whom the fore. Soal leather, calf skins, shoe thread 3 BarrelsJCbcrry Bounce. PonchongTeaPrunes 4
< ; any attorney, until be has made going power of 25 keg Virginia Tobacco 6 Half 'Bb'b. Anniseed ,
oath according to the attorney was acknowledg I Peppermint very fresh
: annexed form D I ed 5 boxes and Cinnamon- j
p that ia a Justice of the Peace. superior cavendish do Cordials. Babins
'which be ?
pay authorized to reticve .! In testimony whereof For Salt 'Ahn tids I 1
intended to enure wholly to tbe I hare hereunto Hardware, t.c. by ;. t,
benefit of set my band, and affixed the seal Pen F. Medoc Claret of 1820
personal Officer pocket, H.
or Soldier L. e.] of the laid and desk .
: whose be court, this day of knives knives Tuscaloosa Rye Whiskey .
s. and forks
I ; carvers Pensacola, Dec. 20
in Waiter 1827
-'----, the year _. and Goshen Butter .
It is requested that?all letters to the trays ; Jleniiing'.best needles, gnuf- do. t

.. Secretary of the Treasury the subject, (D..) (era and trays, plated spun, apect&cle..j -I- \J GAR BOILERS.: Beef mi Cheese bbb.'for ,1 i
Form carpenter's family use _,Ii
be Affidavit to be taken tools shoemaker1
may the by At and
cover, "Revolu currice's subscriber With t
Claim" do., stock locks, padlocks THE has for sale,a few pair I an supply of DrIGOhard
lome !
!. shovel c;
!! 1FaI1 .
Boilers ware, Glass
and tongs, kettles as a sample from the ware & Queens
Richard Before me,-, a Justice of sauce pans, cotton
Rush the Low
the Peace, cards, &c. &c.rensacola mnanfactoryand can supply any quantity Caih. s
in of
J county -, in the_ of to order. F. I
Dc, 7th, 1527-38-tf, I Penpacola Dec 7b ..Pescay.I .
ISG8tf. Pcnsacola Jan.
I 11th, 1823.


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