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 29, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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; PENS COt TUESDAY JULY 29th, 1828.Open to all parties : inllueneedbrnone.) No. m.FtIBLISHID .
OL. V. (Prineipia, nan "mi.." ) ,

.. ted States,-unless a toll shall be-allowed ted States of America, in Congress I speedily fell, and in a moment per- I| This story 1 received of Capt. Edward

: WEEKLY, BTHTHKT : by fin act of Congress.A. assembled, That, upon satisfactory-I ceived a hugh Indhn take long strides Bulkley, a respectable officer of
&. TA1\Dlrr, Presidentof towards him with tomahawk in his General Parson's
fFub.a.'cerz f STEVENSON, evidence being given to the a I Brigade, Gregg Y
oJ the Law of the United States of the House of Representatives. the United States, by the Govern- hand. The savage struck him several I I himself a few days before, communicated

and of the Territory of Florida. l'I Speaker S. SMITH, ment of any foreign nation, that no blows on his head, drew his knife, ail the particulars to Capt.

TERMS. discriminating duties of tonnage or cut a circle through the skin from the Bulkley.
President, of the Senate, tempore.
in advance if pro are imposed or levied in the forehead to the crown, and then drewofT
FOUR DOLLARS per annum, ; Approved-23d May, 1828. impost Murderer's Creek(Dutches County
payment is deferred six month, FIVE of the said nation, upon vessels the scalp with his teeth. At the
JOHN QUI CY ADA1\IS. ports f N. Y.)-The name of Murderer'
IMJLLARS will be required.
to citizens of the approach of the savage, Gregg, had
wholly 'I I: Creek
is said
U Advertisements inserted conspicuously at to be derived from tho
O.\E DOLLAR for eerv fourteen line;! [PUBLIC-No. 46.] United States, or upon the produce, I counterfeited the appearance of being [ following incidents :
for the first; insertion, and FIFTY CENTSfor I An act making an appropriation for the manufactures, or merchandizeiiiport( dead with as much address as he could
each continuance-longer ones in pro I: erection of a Breakwater near the ed in the samefrom the United States, use, and succeeded so far as to per- Little more than a century ago, tho
portion. I mouth ot Delaware Bay the Pre- suade his butcher that he was really beautiful region watered by this stream,
ALL KINDS OF Be it enacted by the Senate and or any foreign country, was possessed by a small tribe of In
sident is hereby authorized to issuehis dead ; otherwise, measures more
3@m 1Pm1tlt +Iti'fTnA f House of Representatives nf the Uni- I proclamation, declaring that the effectual would habeen employed dians-which has long since become
ted States of America, in Congress I I extinct or incorporated with
him. It is hardly necessary I some
duties of to despatch
AND NEATLY EXECUTED foreign discriminating tonnage -
KFULLV assembled That the Presioent of the | other
nation of the
AT THE "GAZETTE" OFFICE, AT and' impost, within the United to observe that the pain produced savage west.
Unite d States cause to be made near Three or four hnndred
THE LOWEST PRICES THAT AR; CHARGED : States, are, and shall be, suspended bv these wounds, was intense and yards from
the mouth of Delaware Break-
Bay a where the
AT ASV OFFICE IX THE SOUTHERN TART ,| Those the head stream discharges itself into
and discontinued, so far as respects! on were,
OF THE LVlO.V. i: water. i the Hudson a white of the
the vessels of the said nation however, far the most excruciating family,
foreign ,
=. __ I I Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, name of Stacy, had established itself
that in his side believedby
and the produce= manufactures or although was '
the United StatrfPUBLIC That the of hundred and' fif-
Laws two
of sum in a Jog house, by tacit of
.... permission
merchandize importe-J into the United him to be mortal. The savages:
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ty thousand dollars be, and it hereby I the tribe to whom had
Stacy made
Br A.UTIIORI11Y. States in the same, from the said foreign hrsvin? finished their bloody business:
is, appropriated, towards the nccom I withdrew. I himself useful by his skill in a variety
from oilier
nation ton iln
(plisnment of that object, and thai the'I of little arts highly estimated the
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the said suspension to Jakeeffect As soon as they were fairly cone, r
ountry ;
same be paid; out of in the I In
eutr, any money particular .
; a friendship existed
Grt' who had his
from the time 'of such not'lir- ir, seen companion
Treasury not otherwise appropriated. ) ;if make his between him and an old Indian
tion being given to the Prrsiouit ot fcll.detPnnmed possible to ;
Approved-23d May, 1828.: allnd yeoman
xr the United States, and! to coiitime so way to th1 spot where lie ]lay ; from who often came to

[Pl'nLIco. 47.] long as the reciprocal exeniptun of< a persuasion, that, if he could placehis his house and partook of his hospital '

An act to amend and explain an act, entitled vessels belonging to citizens
i "An act confirming an act of the United States: .nd their cargoes, as it would iii soxne degree help his ex.esive l nor forget benefits. The family -
LepiOaiure of Virginia, incorporatingthe consisted of Stacy, his wife, and
aforesaid, shall be continued, and' no = an \lish. Accordingly honmdo
Ohio Canal
Chesapeake Com
[ -No. 45.] par.y. and an act an of the State: of Dry- longer.! I I an effort to rise ; and having former two children a boy and a girl, the
fivethe latter
An act to grant certain relinquished un land, for the same purpose." Sec. 2. And be it further enaicd, I with great difficulty succeeded immediately One Neoman three, years old.
appropriated lands to the State .f Alabama Be it enactr.d by the Senate and Thai no other or higher raw ofditie.ssh.ll full. After several unsuccessful day came to Stacy'slog

tor the purpose of improving House of Representatives of the United -1 he imposed or collected on vessels efforts, he finally regained possession hut, in his absence, lighted his pipe

navigation of the Tennessee, Coosa, States of America, in Congress : of Prussia, or of her Dominims, of his feet : and staggered slowly and sat down. He looked very serious

Cahavtba, and UUck Warrior rivers. assembled, That the assent alieadv I. from whencesoever coining: noon through the forest; heat length reached sometimes sighed deeply, but

Be it enacted by the Senate and given by the United States to the Y :I. their cargoes, howsoever composed, ] the spot where the Corporal lay. said not a word. Stacy's wife asked

House of Representatives of the United charter of the Chesapeake and Ohio than are, or may br, payable on vcs- The Indian who had marked him for him what was the matter, if he was

States of America, in Congress Canal Company' by an act of Con- M'ls of the United States and theirar- for his prey, took a surer aim than sick. He shook his head, sighed, but

assembled, That four hundred thousand gress, entitled "An art confirming nn I, oes. I his fellow and killed him; outrigln. said nothing, and soon went away.

acres, the relinquished lands in act of the Legislature of Virginia, entitled Sec. 3. And be it further enacted', Gregg found him lifeless and scalped. The next day he came again, and behaved -
the counties of Jackson, Madison, the Chesapeake With he laid his in the samo manner. Stacy's
an act incorporating That, the Secretary of the Treamrv some difficulty own .
MorganLimestoneLawrenceFraiik- and Ohio Canal I head the body of his wife began to think; strange of this,
Company ; !| Lit!; and he is hereby, authorize to upon companion;
lin, and Lauderdale, in thc State of( and sn act of the Stat of Maryland i return all duties huh have beer assessed : I and as he had] hoped, found maierial and related it to her husband, who

Alabama, be, and the same is hereby confirming the same; shall not be impaired Ii since the! fifteenth day of:' relief from this position.: advised her to urge the old man to
explanation the
granted to said State, to be applied by any change of the route of t April, one thousand eight! hundred and I While he was enjoying this little next time he came.

to the improvement of the navigation said Canal, from or above the town of twenty six, on Prussian vessels, and comfort. he met with trouble from a Accordingly when he repeated his

of the Muscle Shoals, :mdColbert's Cumherland, on the river Potomac, their beyond the amount new quarter. A small dog which belonged visit the day after, she was more importunate
Shoals, in the Tennessee or the distribution thereof;into two or I which would have been payable on to him, and had accompanied than usual. At last the old
river, and such other parts of said river more sections, at any: time hereafter, I vessels of the United States, and their him in bi hunting, but to wh'cl1 he had the Indian said, "I am a red man, and

within said State, as the Legislature or any change in the dimensions of t allowances!:j: been hitherto inattentive, now came pale fires are our enemieswhyshould

thereof may direct : But if there that part of the present Eastern Sec-i I|. of drawback be made on mer- up to him in apparent agony ; and, I speak 1" But my husbandand

shall not be four hundred thousandacres tion, extending from Cumberland, or J t chandizes exported in Prussian ves- leaping around him in a variety of involuntary I are your friends ; you have

of relinquished unappropriated the mouth of Will's Creek, to the seas as would he made on similar exportations motions, yelped, whined, eaten salt with us a thousand jimes

lands in said counties, the deficiencyto mouth of Savage on the base of the 'I!. in vessels of the United i and: cried in an unusual manner, to the and my children have sat Oil your

be made up out of any unappro AUeghany, or any substitution which States. no small molestation of his master.Grf'gg knee as often. If you have any thing
lands in the of Jackson on your mind tell it me.*' ** It will
priated County the interest of the and in situation to bear
Chesapeake I i Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, was not a :
in said State. cost me my life if it is known and
Ohio Canal Company in the the disturbance of affection. He ,
may, 1 i|I That so much of this act as reli.es, to even the
Sec. 2. And be further enacted, opinion of the Company, require to I!j Prussian vessels, and their cargoes, tried in every way he could think of, white faced women" are not good

That said State ufAlabamashall have be made, of inclined planes, railways, :: shall continue and he in force during to force the dog from him, hut he triedin "at keeping secrets, replied" Neoman.

power to sell, dispose of, and grant or an artificial road, for a continued the time that the equality) for which it vain. At I length, wearied by his Try me and: see. Will you

said land, for the purposes aforesaid, Canal, through the Allegheny: mountain It t{I provides shall, in all respects, be reciprocated cries and agitations and not knowinghow swear by your Great Spirit, you will

at a price not less than the minimum in any route which miy be, by p in the ports of Prussia, and to pm an end to them, he addressed tell none but your husband ?" "I

price of the public lands of the United the Company, finally adopted there I her Dominions : and if, '.t anytime the animal, as if he had beena have none else to tell." But will

States at the time of such sale. for, between the town of Cumberlandand ; hereafter, the said equality shall not rational beinlT.U,., J f _you wish so you swear 1" I do swear by our

Sec. 3. And be further enacted, the river Ohio.: I be reciprocated in the ports oi Prussia much to help ir.o, a0 call some one to Great Spirit" I will tell none but my

That the said State of Alabama shall Sec 2. And be further enacted, and her Dominions, the President my relief." At these words the crea- husband. Not if ray tribe should

commence said improvements within That, to obviate any possible ..mibiuity in ly, and he i is hereby authorized t-j, ture instantly loft linn ; and ran I I kill you for not telling 1" Not if

two years after the passage of this {: that might arise in the construction issue Ills proclamation, declaring! tint through the forest in full speed, to I. i your! tribe" should kill me for not

act, and complete the same within ten of the second section of the act of ftict, and thereupon( so much of this the great comfort of his master, who telling.

years thereafter. Congress aforesaid, the authority, by act as relates to Prussian vessels, and nou hoped to die: quietly. I Neoman then proceeded to tell

Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, that act designed to be given to the their cargoes, shall ceaso and deter- The dog made his way directly to I }her, that, owing to some encroach.

Tln if said State of Alabama shall States of Maryland and Virginia, or Ul HIP.i three men belonging to the garrison: ments of the white people below the

apply the lands) hereby granted, or to any Company incorporated by either i Approved-24th May, 1823. who were fishing at the distance of a mountains, his tribe had become irri
both of those States mile from the this tated, and were resolved that night tot
the proceeds of the sales, or any part or to extend I scene of tragedy.As
thereof to other use or object a branch from the said Canal, or [ 50.] soon as he came up to ,them he I massacre all the white settlers within
any An act i
.itc'ant the iMseilt ot Congressto
to prolong the from the termination g in the I I their reach. That she must send for
same began to
whatsoever, than ,as directed by thi : an art of the Mate of A'aba' na. cry same afflicting
act, before said improvements shall thereof, by a continuous Canal Be. it enacted by the Senate and manner ; and advancing near them, j" her husband, inform him of the dangerand

have been completed, the said grant within or through the District of Columbia .. House f Representatives; of the United turned and went slowly back towardsthe as secretly and speedily as possi-

for all lands then unsold shall thereby towards the Territory of either Mates oj Amerii, in Congress point where his master lay, keeping ble, take their canoe, and paddle with

become null and void ; and the said of those States, shall( be deemed : assembled, That the assent of Congress his eye continually on the men. all haste over the river to Fishkill: ,

Sate of Alabama shall become liable and taken to be as full and complete, be, and hereby is, tainted, to All this he repeated several( times. j i for 5af ty. Be quick and do nothing

and bound to pay to the United States in all respects: as the authority grant- the operation of an act of the General At length one of the men observed to ti i that may dxcite suspicion,"" said

the amount for which said land, or ed by thar act, to the Chesapeakeand Assembly of the State of Alabama, his companions, that there was some- |, Neoman as he departed. The good

any part thereof may have been sold. Ohio Canal Company, to extend passed on the tenth day of January, thing very extraordinary in the actions wife sought: her husband, who was

deducting the expenses incurred in the main stem of the said Canal, one thousand eight hundred and twenty of the dog ; and that in his opin- I i down on the River fishing, told him

selling the same. within the said District ; or the authority seven, entitled "An act to incorporate ion they ought to find out the cause. j the story, and as no time was to be

, S'c.5. And be further enacted reserved to the Government the Cah wba Navigation Com His companions were of the same lost, they proceeded to their boat,
of the United mind and ,, which was unluckily filled with Water
That the improvements of said navi- States to provide for I. pany." ; they immediately set out,
2.K.on shall be commenced at the lowest the extension thereof, on either or. Approved-24th May, 1828. with an intention to follow the animal It took some time to clear it
both sides of the river Potomac, within whither he should lead them. After out, and meantime Stacy recollected
said river
of obstruction in
point ,
the District had his gun which had been left: behind.
within the of Columbia: Provided they pursued him some distance, '
said continued
State up That nothing herein contained MISCELLANY.FromDicighl'a and found nothing, they became dis- He proceeded to the house & returned
same until completed, and be calculated i
for the Boats shall impair the restriction in the couraged. The sun had set, and the with it. All this took up considerable
use of Steam according charter of the Chesapeake and Ohio Travels. frost dangerous. They therefore i i time, and precious time it proved to 4i

?.s the United to such Stated plan of construction Canal Company, designed to protect Story.... of Captain Grecs c..xJ:. determined to o return. The moment i i! this poor family.
Engineers, **
pointed to survey and report ap-I the Canal fomiIJjury,b Y the prolongation In the Autumn of 1777, when the the dog saw them wheel about, he began The daily visits of old Neoman,

may recommend, and the Presidentof thereof, or by any branch there- siege of Fort Stanwix was raised the to cry with increased violence ; and his more than ordinary gravity,

the United States Provided from. following occurrence took place here; and coming up to the men, took hold had excited suspicion in SOtre of the

that such plan} approve shall embrace; if Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, C a pt. Gregg, one of the American of- of the skirts of their coats with his ,. tribe, who had accordingly paid particular
That the of the ficers, left the garrison, went out one teeth and them
practicable, a connexion of the navigation act Legislature of attempted to pull towards attention to the movements of
of Elk river, with the said im- : Maryland which passed at their December afternoon with a Corporal, belongingto the point, to which he had be- Stacy. One of the young Indians
provements.Sec. I session, of one thousand eight the same corps, to shoot pigeons. fore directed their course. When who had been kept on the watch, '

C. And b it enacted hundred and twenty seven, entitled When the day was far advanced, they stopped again, he leaned his seeing the whole family about to take
That : further "An act further to amend the act incorporating Gregg, knowing that the savages, back against the back part of their their boat, ran to the little Indian
the of said improvements
completion the Chesapeake and Ohio were at, all times prowling round the legs, as: if endeavoring to push them village about a mile off and gave the '
the of sad
if surplus grant Canal Company," be, and the same is fort, determined to return; at that onward to liU master. Astonishedat alarm. Five Indians collected, ran F
any of the applied to of the improvement Coosa- hereby, confirmed, so far as the assent moment, a small flock of pigeons alighted this conduct of the dog,they agreed down to the river where their canoes

Cabawha, and navigation Black Warrior rivers, of Congress may be deemed necessary upon a small tree in the vicin- after a little deliberation to ,follow were moored, jumped in and paddled

in said State, under the direction of, thereto. ity. The Corporal proposed to trya him until he should stop. The animal after Stacy, who by this time had got

the Legislature thereof. Approved-23rd a}", 1828 shoot at them ;-and having approached conducted them directly to his some distance out into the stream

sufficiently near, was in the master They found him still living, They gained on him so fast "that
Sec. 7. And be further enacted, [PUBLIC-No. 49.] act of elevating his piece toward the and after burying the Corporal, as twice he dropped his paddle and took
That the said rivers An act in addition to an .ct, entitled, "Anact
aforesaid when improvedas coricerninp discriminating duties of'nmnage pigrons, when the report of two muskets well as they could,they carried Gregg up his guu. BuL his wife preventedhis

from shall remain forever free and Impost," and to equalizethe discharged by unknown hal ds ata to the fort. Here his wounds were shooting, by telling him that if he r
, to for all property belonging duties on Prussian vessels and their small distance, was heard the same dressed with the utmost care ; aud fired, and they were afterwards over
Government of the United carpoes. instant Gregg saw his companion fall, such assistance was rendered to him, taken, they would meet not mere/
:- States and for all persons in their Be it enacted by the Senate and and felt himself badly wounded in as proved the means of restoring him from the Indians. He accordingly"

, Zervrce, and for all citizens of the Uni- I House Repretcntativet of the Uli-!jibe! side He fried to stand, but to perfect health. refrained;and plied his paddle till did


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uth .! con hold any worldly office.11 He body-trfiich is succeeded

rolled in big drops down his j more especially as liis lordship, like a blowing with considerable his m : n alluded to the unanimous con- more or less severe of tfte duration by .rt,*?

lorehead. All would not do ; they ; man dumfoundered, was aye keepingilseye t thrown a found without : of the Bishops, nnd raising his' from one to three daysgener jf'

were overtaken within a hundred : I l on them. on lighting, was sCriOUS injury, e said, bless the old gentlemen; forty hours. It is at tlJV terminat-J

yards from the shore, & carped back So avfay they chewed, and better received any hastened to wish they may thus preach them- of the fever, that .1 would bo ] :
with shouts of yelling triumph. chewed abd wharamelted them round, ing i 40 those who glad t
she would to death-it is one of the most take up the descriptiou-ofihemai
When they got ashore, the Indians i i in their mouths, first in one cheek It'had no ida deaths die whilst Every finds himself
they can person
set fire to Stacy's house, and dragged ;and then in the other, taking now and quick-raily- I in the work of their lord and with soreness and pain, either afljj ict d

k himself, his wife and children, to their t 1 then a mouthful of drhik to wash the '' : ." hands face feet legs j in tilt
OE'r\C.\1. toes
I Village. Here the principal old men,, trash i down, then chewing away again, ____._. Savannah. July 7.-From St. I hips, teeth, jaws, back, neck, fingers,

fig and ISaoraan among the rest, assem-j and syne another whammel from one -= .-Cap?. M'Donald, of the some other part of .the body, or ia

bled) to deliberate on the affair. The i : cheek to the other, and syne another 1tELLGEON. has St. however.serious it be ; 'Q4
Neptune, brought us may to |
thief men among them stated that; :: mouthful while the whole time their Ak, !Vhither,shall the wand'rer 18th ult. inclu- icted it seldom fails the If.
to the ,
some of the tribe held undoubtedly '! een were starting in their heads like Oppress'd"with grief aud car' papers mirth

been guilty of treason in apprising; : mad, and the fices they made may be To shuu misfortune's dreaded I to the bye-standers. A fejj*
wih stiff neck
And life'i deceitful snares. Antigua of 30th May, re- a meets his
$ I neigh
Stacy, the white man, of the designs !!imagined]! but cannot be described. papers .
Thomas of with his anus immoveably '
:St. fixed
of the tribe, whereby they took the I! His lordship gave his eyes a rub and Where'er his erring footsteps at complain : sides. These to h*
of the Colombian are joined
q alarm and well nigh escaped. He j I thought he was dreaming ; but no, fro refuge can he find audacity priva by one "h

proposed to examine the prisoners, I Iw no, they were bodily chewing, and Finn baneful passions that or pirates, as they are termed, has lost the use of his jaw, the fottj!
His! ever wav'ring mind assert that unless a stop is put to i thrusts out his hand to s.ilute the
as to who gave the information* The : whammelling, and making faces, so no at o**
old men assented to this, and Naoman I wonder, that in keeping in his laugh, Let 'iini to proud ambition's depredations, the trade at the with stiff arms, who is as unable to re.
among the rest. Stacy was first interrogated he sprung a button from his waistcoat ; With confidence aspire, must cease. Several outrag- ; turn salutation as the one \rithk-

by one of the men who I 0 I and was like to drop from his chair And scarce will he have rcach'd I I are narrated-among them, that of fixed jaws i is to say "good morrow.a

i spoke English and interpreted to the 1 j: 1 t through the floor in an ecstacv of astonishment Ere his fond hopes expire.Irani schr. Brothers, Capt. Griffin, It would be impossible: for One

) others. Slacy refused to betray hisinf6rrnant. II'.. seeing they were all Or, dazzled: by false pleasure's to Antigua, from Turks Island. who has not been: a witness to th,

His wife was then questioned growing sea sick, and pale as stucco ,,I Let him put sue its gleam 1 off St. :Martins, he was board- progress of tho disease, to form _

while at the same moment, i u'gtbs. And tinfearless and unheedingly'; by a black schooner of about 80 idea of its effects. Speaking literal

Rush,down the fatal stream. another armed vessel in ly, none escape, though its effects
two Indians stood threatening the two I Frightened out of his wits at last, compa- tip.

children with tomahawks, in case she I: that he would be the death of the Full late. alas J will he discern j and his hatches taken up, papers on many are not serious ; no age nor

did not confess. She attempted to i whole council, and that more of them The folly! of his course &c. The cargo (fish) not color can claim an exemption, but \its ,

;; evade the truth, by declaring that FIOhaxl t would position themselves, betook up And turn to seek for happiness the expectation of his visitor,I effects upon children! are not as dij.

a dream the night before, which one of the stgars, every one knows In some Unsullied source. was allowed to proceed. tressing as upon adults, nor does one

had .alarmed her, and that she .had segars now, for they are fashionable If to religion's cheering ray, != --r --' ...... attack secure you from a second,
persuaded her husband to fly. The among the sweeps, which he lightedat II<' cast his wishful! eve; li2f A <0 TI -: even a thiid-however, thus ft;,few

Great Spirit never deigns to talk in the candle, and commenced puffing 'Twill soon dispel the murky -- I r I I have had more than one attack. Aly

dreams to a white face," said the old 1 like a tobacco pipe. My uncle and That o'er his spirit lies. TUESDAY. JULY 2 Jti, 1828.Veritf :! family consists of ten persons, i inclu.

i IndianV oman, thou hast two the rest, if they were ill before, were Oh, best support and guide of Sans Peur. .ding servants-all have had it ; and

i tongues and two faces. Speak the worse now ; so when they got to the: Strength declining years, --- .... one has had the Serendenguet or re.

truth or thy children shall surely die." open air, instead of gVowing better, Tny balm can h!al the bleeding of Pensacota.-The City is ai petition.

The little boy and girl were then I they grew sicker and sicker, till they And dry the mourner's tears. we quite still healthy continue, and to have we are happy One effect of this disease is, that it 3

brought close to her, and the two savages were waggling from side to side, like Oh, be Bur stay and solace here, of a healthy summer. The every Police ap; impArts; to the eyes an unnatural and

>. stood over them ready to execute ships in a storm, and no kenning To smooth life's destined road some indications attention to clean glassy appearance, and some are suf

their bloody orders. whether their heels or their heads; Andfead us to a happier sphere, and this will ensure health to our feriug a degree blindness from it.

, 01 m Wilt thou name" said the old Indian were uppel most, went spinning found I Tie blissful seat of.God. ". The diseasb is now

the red man who betrayed his 'about like pieries. We more serious form and assuming a
are informed that Col. some from
tribe. I will ask thee three times." Autobiography of Mantis Wauch., has received orders to ,
:: The mother answered Wilt .....----_..... ,. ......- of the United States'despatch a using powerful and improper medicines .
t t! not. From the Philadelphia Aurora, the National Troops un. or from impruden:
:. thou name the traitor ? This is the Anecdote.-Clerical his commandft Cantonment Clinch exposure,
Original Punt A Chinese have died
Chronicle has. rt Mitchell suddenly ; these
""J & ; the object of which is cases,
second time The mother I
:''if. poor niinisrer! was once invited tu ceived, which furnishes the stated in the order, but n presumed to however are of rare occurrence._:

looked at her husband and then at her preach in a house recently built, gence) contained in the anticipation ofsotne difficulties with Great fears are entertained tint it

; t children, and stole a glance at Naoman: where the congregation were noted I ZI ltfS. The military Creek Indians. It is said, that when will soon assume a malignant dan. '

;;'1 who sat smoking his pipo with invincible for their somniferous agent left Georgia for Washington, form
propensities. should
Chira are on a scale that was a large of these Indians gerous the unheard cf
I4t: gravity. She wrung her hands He commenced the services in the Sslrure: all military! operations ready to party emigrate, ;in con fermi drought be of much longer cuntinu. j
1'lM'l and wept, but remained silent. Wilt usual manner and proceeded deliver with the wishes of
to rope After a defeat, in Goveinulent but ance. The disease is making the
ti\ii! thou name the traitoi 1 '(is the third 1 his sermon. to on his return he found the number
According custom Mahometan; rebels lost same ravages in Havana where
;[t and last time." The agony of the ( the themselves decreased, iud those w'jo' were will the
good people reposed and small likew ise
h 40,000 50,000 mon they exists.
to threatened with pox Several
go death
: mother waxed bitter she by their
r more : again : to rest, and in a short time the ed sudden the ashes of of ;
on{ a iffhf'Y persisted in the intention. persons my acquaintance the .
the of Neoman but it
Jf 1" sought eye wac preacher was saluted with a variety merarrny, upwards of 100,000 WAGER, with the company under country, who have visited Matmzist
:h.I; cold and motionless. A pause of 11 j' discordant sounds issuing from the and wok a command, will leave Cantonment have, on their
strong returning to homes
tf moment awaited her reply, and the! I|J olfactories: of the drowsy sinners. H tion. Chang-ling up the Chinese : on this service, ou Thursday next, been attacked. The disease ,
... I lIIst. nt. has rj- -
'f k wmahawkwercraised over the heads j jof i stopped suddenly and began a survey ral attacked thprn. The rebel TP(1 in the other lame
ito t Arrival of the Inxvnc.. ; Jo... tVio .rand .:.,
: the children, who besought their of the scene before him. The audience -- Shark. i v ---0 -- --- 'UJ -
firm. and and
..,.j' mother not to let them lie murdered. aroused themselves from their Musketry cannon ; United Sutes, Schr. Shm'fe ISAAC ; many think it contagious.
it'r.; ''t '* Stop cried Naonnn all tried in vain. They, then ": ESQ., Commander arrived at i confess there are grounds on whjch
l "eyes unseemly attitudes, and stared inquiringly I retteat, and the Chinese port. from a cruize, last from Tarapico t o form such an opinion. The remc,
i were turned upon him.U Stop, repeated i at the venerable "1 have last, 22 1 havJ
man. Tuesday
their attack with the wind in < July iust.Ve dial means are warm bathings for tha
,::; he, in a tone of authority. said he, "been admit ing the fair f n favored with the following memoran- !
pro- The rebels feet and
;. vor. extremely ; Nara\ijadat or a lemonade
White thou hast : The SHARK sailed from
: ; :
woman, kept thy Tampico,
)cfltiIs ofyour house and have
t new i ed the wind before'c' made of
? at having against inst -Ieft sour drank lenti-
s : word with me to the lust moment. J I there lchr Correo, for oranges,
hut fault
find. ,
onf to "A 1111 what i
? J d.ished! with their horse Orleans and chr. Pht. fully. However
rot, or Wis alarming the fever
, \ am the traitor. I have eaten of the j that 1"? exclaimed J a man whose pride I j Chinese ranks, till for New York ; and one French medicine has ,
I : always been found
II 14 salt, warmed myselfat the fire, shared for tho new fabric would acknnu.led e j soon to sai! for Havre. injurious
ivejurse: ton nMn \'re which generally causing a swelling of
; tlu kindness,;'f these Christian white 10 Il'nish.Vhy" the I part of M-xico was quiet, nnd
' { replied beis, [irticulaily t heir hm se, seemed to be ; the abdomen J and in giving relief
a $
general confidence
..t q r: people, aud it was I that told them of prearh-T in a tone of irony, "I perceive C pooled nor relished- tl in the GOVt'1 nmt'nt. nothing further is attempted thao wetting -
; their danger. I am i withered leafless "
retain 1 11
you t IC lJ sleepers. bro'jjiht of Federal system was where the head
a every
: ": up corps tigers-- frequently with vinegarand
branchless trunk cut down
; we of. had
Nothing been
f. '4 if you will. I am ready." A yell of \\rho are the flogs ?-A correspondent troops disguised: a* tigers- : Lnbonle, nor were they fearful heard of an of I water, and applying} cataplasmsto

, '.,r!': indignation sounded on all sides. of'the iXewburyport Here r numips: horse: instantly aud i on ou the }Hut of the Spaniards. The the feet.

.jt; t:.: Jsaoman descended from the little aid, after mentioning that ha uul just I sibly' turned rail) nod fled. Spaniards were much disliked through The proper authorities have published

. : been appointed a hog revet.:, explains tory was thus ou the part of tilt country. h decrees
41 ; ; bank where he sat ; shrouded his fare dull where. enforcing such sanitory
t o his constituents; his views of his office :' n ese:; ; and tho enemy lost very every Ijiws as have
with his mantle of skins aud submitted may a beariug upon the

,'t'l !:, to his fate.-He fell dead at the and its duties, in the following : 20,000 and 30,000 men. NAVAL.. case. Should the disease continue,

; :*::,'. feet of the white woman by a blow of style* : I The Dutch papers contain Thp United State Shin? Falmouth, you may expect to hear again from

. : the tomahawk. But who are the hogs ? and how of a recent date from the East \ ,' s \V. MOIT.AV K
: ; \ But the sacrifice of Neoman, and far am I to consider the duties of my rope, hut give the substance .( from this Port on Friday last the 25th

. .,.. : the firmness of the Christianvhite office extending ? I wish to be canc itl; accounts from Bitavia, ) mt : on a cruize. El tion.-The Election Members: of
: ; did, and give fair warning. I shall I United States' Schr. Shark. ISAAC the Legislative Council, takes place on
11: I the
' : ..: .. woman, did not suffice to save the lives by ship Cambridge, Esq. Commander, sailed from Monday next.
consider I
:; !' : of the other victims. They perishedliow every selfish, snarling, quarrelling hat settlement on the 19th : Port, on Friday l last for New York., -.-

. ,1 it is needless to say ; and the dirty creature that defiles our January, They announce the I ; Lieut. 0 S Vanm-! ut. Georgia Munchttuscn StoTie-Th Mil'

.I memory of their fate has been own, as falling: under myjurisdintion' of t the old Sultan of Broad Pennant of Corn. CHARI/ES !edge\ille Journal says "in the Chattanoa-:
;' :tl:::;'! in tho name of the pleasant whether he happens to walk on two : who had been restored in RIDOELEY last was hoisted on S.-indVy chie region. rich land can be obtained, itii i fc'
: board said
on thp United o rich
so rich
; ...) stream on whose banks they lived and l legs or four. If J happen to see a the Dutch Authorities. They Grampus, which still remains Slates'in this Credibly informed,very a man one, that evening, as wearS, after ||

..: Ii I f. died, which to this day. is called contrary spirit, always running in the trad id at the same time the huingon1y dropped down to the Na using an iron handspike usually called:
; .... Murderers' Creek. teeth of'overy body he meets, horn which 'some time since appeared 1few days since for some slight a crow-bar, stuck one end of it in the :-

I :a New Mirror for Travellers. i it is impossible to drive, am 1 to suffer London papers, stating that I ; in her iron works ground, and left it ; and in the morning

such an one to run at large merely 1 had 1 wnen he returned to irs work, to and behold
been burnt
} Information English Ladies.A .- because he has no bristles on his back bang by the a letter received, from an officer on the crow-bar was covered with teo- .:
- modern French ., gents. rJ the U S. Ship Delaware, by his peny nulls, that had sprouted out during |
M. BHnau Or
physician. I
suppose meet a poor selfish in this place, we learn that this fine one single night.-Woo would not cncoun- j
I- treatiag of the excellence of vipers wretch who gets his living by rooting, latt'.English arrived at Port Mahon, on the 16th ter all the horn- uake* in Georgia, no be j
The Editors of the London
in medicine, quotes another whose sole maxim is, take care of alter having landed Huonaparte and could get land like this 7'' Surely it is j

French physician, M. Lefevre, who number one, must 1 permit him to er, make uie: of the following at Leghorn, and on the 23rd of worth while t4o) meet some danger to be able |
__ tells usEnglish ladies make l loose go i in regard to the recent \' the broad Pennant of Commodore to raise tacks, nails of the different sizes, j
c. no seeking whoni he devour spikes, ,
I may Portugal I : was hoisted on board the Dela sprigs sparables, &c. &c. from a I
scruple of drinking wine in which because he has a snout a little shorter -' single handspike and in so short a season:

. a : whole living vipers have been suffocated than the rest of them 1 No, Sir, I "For Don Miguel and his Downes took command of the I as we presume from the foregoing m..y be

. in order to keep up their en bon will not ; I know my duty better. By Ministers, no terms of and would proceed on the 27th of:I done, by picking the fruit at its different ,

I point and gaiety, prevent wrinkles, virtue of my high office, and in con- can be too strong-no I with the Warren, for the Archipe I stages our readers! But would we question whether some.e of \
: forego bf'n ts
and their health. severe. In their treason there I even
preserve formity to the laws of
iiiv cotmtrv. I great as these, rather than to enVounter j
thing 1 Dengue.-As some cases of this
do daring or dazzling.
now order all monsters such as
such creatures to be have been are descriped in a paragraph |
AMUSING.The kept close.'s have had in view the Orleans) brought to our City from from the Georgia Courier:_" ofall 5
we conceive it
thus |
o their from : proper t the reptile species, which shed an involun1 |
3' There is country to give
-I one of sty which I our readers all the informa horror
: qj1 Scotch Bailies and the Cigars.In especially forbid. I hereby order all t pression or foreign tyranny concerning it, which we have obtain tary through the over dense the forest poor, cit. as he creepS' \
none are so ternj j
1 have The
r the course -of the evening his those shops to be removed, where had for thoir object the who have come here with it I, tile to his imagination as the Ho Kit 5rJAU

t tr:1: lordship whispered to one of the that liquor is sold which only one tion of legitimate rights, which ever we believe one recovered, had it but slightly, and -This dangerous species in their attacks, j .

, ;: I flunkies to. bring in some things, they aninnl 1 in creation will drink.. Of all been violated. But this seriously sick ill the:city we &Juiowofno very few turnover and strike their like a horn hoop with great eJoritr, |

t coold not hear what, as the companymi ; the beasts of the field, fowls of the air, every thing low and base- () ed. We have been favored with the their vengeance with or sting into force.the objectof A

.. t'&l ht like them. The wise ones o or fishes of the sea, I have heard ; irreligious. Religion has recipe, transmitted by a Gentle poor fellow attacked in this great manner had
tho't within themselves read of suited by the profanations of a in Havana, to his son in Pensacola. no of suddenl1 1
the best aye or but one, that will got drunk? : means escape but jumping
baths, and
hindmost and oath sworn at her altars. The sinapisms I in his flight behind a The ea- |
came ; ;o in brushed a powdered that is the animal that falls this of mustard and mould tallow large tree.-

: 'i I/A. valet, with three dishes on his I year under my jurisdiction. And I fidenco of a Sovereign has been .) are the only remedies recon: raged weapon reptile into the in pursuit tree. struck in terribl all ill!* I j

I; t. arm, of twisted black things, just like I shall be ashamed to drive the four- ed-the ties of blood despised kind for of the Dengue. Bleeding, and j leaves were uriftertd and falling.By night Anottetpoor !

sticks of Gibraltar rock, but differentin \ legged drunkard to pound while the rights of a child and a female totally medicine whatever, arc not fellow happened to be taken on *Ut' |

colour. Bailie Bowie helped him-, !': drunkard with two legs, (and legs too pled on, and that female his after the prohibited fever has, but subsided prove, all mortal. prise in his field, where he had uo tree i j
rn e-
: self to a jargonelle, and Dean Purvisto I]Ion which he can't walk) is permitt tive, who had been promised is prohibited, for fear of a relapse." in short him.had He had no tim to run, all de-
nothing but his
* a wheen raisins, and my uncle, to to go free. In the name of tbe com- marriage.4' It is i treason, not the New York Journal of Commerce. He had l barely time hoe to place the

1, show that ha vas not frighted and ;; monwealthwhose dignity I bear, and' port or restore the freedom of THE DENGUE. handle between him and his enaoiy' WhG

kent what he was about, helped himself i- whose officer I am, I command that ple, but to destroy it, and to following is a letter directed' darted its sting into it with uch force t21 tit
of the all I the ancient and odious trembled hf his hand like a .'.Iu'erspear ? j
to one black places be closed
long things, : where those hogsare tier which the will of the by an intelligent gentleman at ; and in tventy minutes the hoe.hlfnJl

. which without much ceremony, he :. fattened, whose peculiar characteristic I: and received by the brig]' teas swelled as large as his thigh-- ",
shoved into his mouth and I it is that was every thing and the arrived terrible animals! Cb&
began to. they consume a great at Norfolk. are said to infest the -
chew. Two or three more, seeing' deal of swill and yield no pork." thing. MATANZAS, June 9. tahoochie region of this State."

that my uncle was up to trap, folIow-1 An Irish Hqist.-An honest Hi The Rev. Rowland Hill, I epidemic known here by the: e._-i- -
ed his example and chewed now nearly ninety years of of
away like bernian dengue, pronounced
while in danga, \VOODSTOCK 18-
engaged blasting hi Va. Juno
I !!! faculties but little impaired .
nine year olds. Instead of this curious Rocks at Jack's rifts, on the Seneca thus in his prevailed in this city for the last The Horn Snake.This beautifully
looking black thing being sweet I river last week sermon Sunday weeks, during which time no .
I was raised from the May the per spotted reptile, is rarely 10b1found.
as honey, for so they expected, the I mother earth respecting repeal has escaped. To give a -T .
y descrip
some 15 or 20 feet, by Cqrp.ordtion and Test Acts f One extraordinary d\mt\ ti
soon found that they had catched : the ; of this epidemic and its effects ,
a sudden
'fartar for it had explosion of a charge, God that I have lived to see sionsupnj \t
confounded different
a bitter which individuals would buf-
after being primed and I as thick as a man's was kihleu j
combustible L peal of this abominable act arm, -,
c tobacco taste. Manners however I any one, however deeply skilled last A
materials placed over it, he quired you to take an oath- I week at the Union For e. t ,
lorbade them down
laying them agajo, was deliberately trying to ignite by had received tha sacrament pathology. The first symptoms gentleman who saw the auim.il, describe -

racking pains in every part of the! ? thf hsru not n? a blunt prosweat *



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r legislative Council.ELECTION Tetisacola & 'B9.te.STAGE. \ MASONlf! NOTICE.
flint q I
tuberanre from the tail, but a 1 \ \ \\C uitl: ONO
hi.efd. { O I AT. special meeting of Alabmtrf
ciH-aseil in a ,
hard sirbslante I; \ D.\' NEXT. .. -. Lodge No. 3. held at the Masonic

and as sharp as a needle, which wiles London Jlfarkelt, Map 20. Hall in Claiborne, July 7th A. L. 5838

aitnrkrri the creature shoots from the Cottons.-There is a fair -raar.d for Cottons CANDIDATES.

and inflicts a wound winch at hst week's prices. Sea Island 10J A EDWARD L. DRAKE, ESQ. James T. Armstrong.
16d ; New Orlean* 6d to 7jd. Bowed PETER ALBt. E-'q. was duly summoned to before
thing: 11 ncountrrs.Njt.inlists I
would! )
drMroyany Georgia, 5A e 6Sll- Pernambuco. 7 (1 a -- -- said Lodge to hire
I answer charges against
ilescribr h ,.., l
have universally 8d ; I>H>iia and .laranham, 7d a 7 ; Surat County Court tor tr. t for highly gross and unmasonic conduct

1 tinweapon of ihn Miakn fht1t'TI I I I uid a o\ ; Ber.gal l-4d to 44d. Count-At June Chambers /and on trial was found guilty, and br ft
27. 1828
ct.1y: w<> hh\e now a ronrct accountof :: NEW YORK July 5. unanimous vote of the Lodge was expelled

it. Tii- skin has 1-ren ttKp.n: oil, i I 500 hales of Uplands at 10$ a 13 cents In com 1a"C'f' vith. in act. of the Legiila I all the benefit and privileges of Freemasonry

II nnF50 Tennessee and Ntvr Orleans at tit* Council of the Territory oJ Florida. for v..r.
he : 1
Mid il.M.Ui Mr. Anhiir, pronriwoiks
mi iG( { a 13i cents lr ve transpired; making a RUEl1EUthat poll. be opened for the The .s.id Armstrong is a Printer by
vtir 1.f .hf" [ w.ll present it to a total for the week of :.ho\1t 1400 bales. ) purpose receiving votes for candidates f41IlF Subscriber having commenced I trade, rather imposing in his manner |

one of the museums. I SAVANNAH June 12th. to represent the people of this county The scrotntsof the :2ilh Mva! New Ptnsaolaand: BUkeleyt respectfully informs I
: Council of built, of and
Juh 4.frizzle in the next Legislative this a pule complexion, a scar on
B 5TO1 the PuOlic that the will
: I
;'I'Jif.-TI.i5 'esccame I York by the: Silac. ; IJicliard, have caused Territory: wt the election to be held OTI Stage regu II one of hi* thumb, which be says wu occasioned _
; rrT. !
i )hlllkl's ts' h, *tj ily in their -reman-ls ,- iarly I
first in bv shot his is from 30
rfftii'MMin jtut i inside! the Monday: August next, yit : a ; age
I tia v .
anrr-o vt.
To I t" ula- : ",nr-\t. sales of Uplands !hir taken place r In the 1st District one Precinct. Leave Pensacola, every Friday morn I to J3 years, R D., \\ IGGlSS.
MJIMunilrr .
of !.<" !:: quAMiilaic iiurin the ,,ek, at from 10} to 11 oVLck
M-T iIi oil b'a.J' vn-ie it* good g w prime I At Barrancas, at the House of Madame ing at 9 Secretary.Cj .

t.h?\"'.is..1, ..>... a r-< i f..4'-i! r* > .train H'\..ut. six :! would bring 12 ct. the stock on hand i I Serra. Arne at Blakeleyon every Sauidy, :: Printer thmiigho'tt the United

o'.1: > t.. tnii,')i.>n ,,t ti"<- :Mar. '! does'not exceed 600) bales. Some sales 1 In the 2nd 1)itrictfaur Precincts.A at o'clock, P. M. States who are friendly to the eaa, .f _

p f i5r! up to :!I- CII:'. Slie Jell Gibraltr i'jin Sea h.tt"klln place' from 25 the Court House.At Leave Blakeley every Monday, at 7 Masonry .u please insert the above. _

"I. !;'c 3Ui of M'v and uporto a nuinhtr -1to23ct.: We quote from 23 to uO and James Spilinian', at Florida.At o'clock1.. And Cli." i.ne, J-il; 14th 182fe-19-3m.

.. ..-.il..d in company !!IVf';. R. L. Cotton' the West side of -
tiaun on
\ > ;>els 1i* *; :
fur I.... \\Vsi. S'.f 1 Is4' '9'fl al"sC'nllhrN'l"J1 r Char1'sonJu1i 14. theEcmbia.-- 1 Arrive at Pensacola every Tuesday afternoon. A ;.VE W VOLUME, _

on hr CIMI***. iit.dt" n havecUpsediuc I ]aUc3-Upland.-This: aiticle was very At \\ 10. GainedEast side of the Escam- E'IBELL1SREDqLI&RTaRLYW1TH AN iLL'

!' *- I.r -eft H4s1flhJ. 'I following i is a I! ,full! of sale llir! week. The fcv transac- This arrangement precisely rreets the GA.NT EoaLvINo.

tiuns that took, place were principally in bia.And times ofarrival and departure of ire Mail
list u' lier 4 '- I it is further ordered that the
P.'r.irl) S. "'ftl ICI!;Ofl, Comniaml. cuminon to good fair at a reduction sin named in the Steam Boat which runs between: . )en on3 Judge* following
1..UH.I13.lIts-E. II. r". V, R. B. price> of a 4 ct, per !b. on ihe quotations of and NewOrleans; and also of the B.: It-'t'y ,

15.niii.-Iph. SaniurlV.. H 1, nni =. William the l pI e\'iou" urek We quote this de- enumeration, are hereby appointed; andrequired and Mobile Ferry Boat. And Ladies' Literary Gazette: .
to preside at the several rireclncls -
TaHmadge. John P 'pe.At 4ciiption 10 a 11 cts ; prime qualities le-
T Sn.rld. Benjamin solicits vottd to the Belles Lcttres
The Undersigned ti fine
which their
; to names: are attache' ? ,
:Master-Jotm II Marshall.tN.n main at our former quol\tiuni-lhf'rt' was n"1 _
imp AT BARRANCAS. of l'u"dlor'011 oth-r". ;-n .. ;! Arts Music Drama
I"\U-JcJn's Cornjick.LKMtrr.Hit no demand of censrqtsonce. Some few age Passing

; (.; .\\iarini-s\V.V.. Dulaii} aj*"' werp nH. .I'n.- Events' fyc. Sft. 4'c.PR1NTtfl .

:.li.i- IpnH'-P' tl 5torLion! Atn ..ir I I qualiu of Long Cotton thtre was no bujines L. C. Hubbell. ence and a commnd-ation oi ra,-:>? gers
\ iii-. Jaii'i-s II. Ward. A. II. Edward, I done. A r THfc COURT HOUSE. so far as in his power. : BY _

Jo- *ti, ii IlIen"ull. C. ;?'!. AiinstiongT.. 1ioit ii/ ..W'" ____.. Jolirl de U Hu.F H. Nisbet, Joseph The experiment of running a StMj or i "IIf>"t> pha'i voting (;pnius- -- wing his Eagle flight*

'L'. Bunt, It L. rage. II. Hofl, G. M. Bachr, I DED.-Oo the 13th of April! last, onboard C. Keyser, this route is new ; an
Uilwni: RaclfoiJ, C H H..nfoid, L. G. of the U. S.dup Delaware, in the )Jp- AT .I BUS PILtM.1="S.' aliowtd t for carrying the Mail is so small, Light"

hf'Jlh.r C Turnei.Ilr diScir.iuean.oiTine Hand ol Corsica, DaHl Andrew' I'. Simpson, Joan Allen Simpson that she Proprietor is obliged to d: pe.-don --

:: lIn'li l\Iares-R. P. Macumber, Keekmau Hcfunan, of Red Hook, William \Vtnl. \s! fellow citizens, and the Publ.ctor: TAEn1'n VOICME of t'ie Mirror wa*

J )t.n F. Biookf Dutches county. N. Y. I AT Ib r.. L. COTTO" -si>cn encouragement as may pie enttueindertakmg (} on the TWELFTH DAY

a--, oiiiia-t-George Jnne DICD--U-i Ih! ,. I6rn April at Marseilles.DANIEL Joseph W. Hall, K. L. Cotton Benjamin 1'1'0.11 being unprofitable. JULY As the plan of embellishingthis
C -l to ('otnmalldot"i-C. II. Golds>!>o. Gpinei. rmb'ication' with appropriate engravings -
Senetary of Le- Good accommo.i.itions for Tra-
SHCLpO.N.jr. are kept
ArILLIAM GAISK. : ". understood and believed to be altogether -
iuti lro.n tiie Uiincd States .
>wUJ. gat to Frailer '.vehlers, at the different stand on the
t."ullel-J"hn Lord! Ijll iU.-At Monticrll., (Albemarle) on Jc.ab bai: :>eb, Ja.nes ilrewster, Peter roadS the mrnt, acceptable, and cor
ritl ijnier-Ricliaid" Tliomas. Wilkinson. respnd better with the refinements of1'elety
23Ui .IUI f'. I olo'iel I tlO'llSt.1V HASate : '
ain; John Smith. FA HE--Grown persons; with not and the
Tti.i.isw Governor Polls to be opened it- eight o'clock 1-1' exceeding improvtmentsWin the
DLPH1 : Virginia : a
c.ui ;\ : .' 'Williaiu I'unce.lhefoll gen. tii-en'y five paundi of baggage, thn other it will
: tkn1an I of mtI'i:' niblr' ml) m-nis. the iiidrning, and clo&c at six o'clock in public any be ad
i ii g-ic .t list oi the PfljsengersJ : i &V UoLLAlli. tiered to. The
At :Mad.ilina. 12 miles from Vera Cruiz, the evening.; > _4 ,, ..., generous patronage -
,ieuteurini Cowmandr"H B. Cooper ; on Ihe 5h .Iune Mlds.ipl1litn THOMAS 'rimothyrwitcheu; Children under twelv years of a 't, upon the work, added to mime _
B Dulain H. B. Saw cr.J. H.
i. rulniaiUs y of
evidences liberal
t rORl'EK. son of i'om. D. Porter, alter a an with not exceeding t-uelv und an half rnus sentiments and _
\,1' r. *. I. MH lining ; Surgf'-n Hyde ll.iv : Judge Cf 6V A. C of FIVE l kind feelings' emanating from hoff
C. U Chaun11) I short illiiess, of uia.i naut feber.pw pounds baggige! /oi.tAHs.Excess p
M.rist'ine'1 S. Lorkwood. -
; Rhodek Samuel I ; ..1:. --- r- M. CRUPPER, : 'of lUgjagf, Eig'it Cents a both seles, who are alike distinguishedtor ,
<- \ 11) .mas S.idds, H. ,
their attainments in
,, polite literature
',. : D. S. ':) 'IS \ ;1;: Clerk C. C. Pound. ,
U I /g'if, .1. :N. FOH th. Randolph.K {. ,
\f 'tJ and for their of the
a. I -1 r.. By J. G.'DRAKE Collins.Pensacoh knowledge arts.
t I it JHUP. ; Lirr.tPuant-Coluiipl R.w 't ... D. C.Oiiica Antoine .
re powerful incentives to the most
!'. and Lieutenant Thomas Lee, of the per-
:11I1 25th 2Jtf
: efforts deserve reward
a and
Port of 1euuoa. seven'g
:\:" t 5UBSISTE.NCE, .- -
I distinction tY rfoZiJune 14, ----- __ 1 \ POST OiiICK DfPARTMENr.. -
--- I Washington, July lSi8. \Ve are ertatlv fluttered__ __ both_ _._ with___ the___?
A R HIVED.Juli. : will"be received June Tin, 13:18 ) n
Promise Mc :Icrraiieaii.-A \letter proposals I nti'nu rand character of our/readers and
21d -U. :::. Armed Schr. SliaikI. until tli- first day of Octobernext UO"OSALSwillbe received at H.. ...
rrci'Attd in imvn from an ui cpr P ". "pnnctflnb.'e could enumerate
I. McKt-ever, Esq Tampico, 10 days. for the delivery! of pronsons Department until: the Itt of ()ctol- ,
lJ S. dnted Mahoii '.. iv vvrt' rai-lf the first in
of the our
vqu.idron ,
f Left Schr. Jorreo, f'or New O'leans, Sc'/r. for the use of the troops of the LV.tedStates rext, for the C'o-iveyi ce: of the Musi

6*'" At-iil! .inuoiinces tl)o death oil Patriot, of Wi catse-t, fur New Y- rk, and to be deli,el eJ in bulk, tpon thrice a week between M< bs'e.:! Ala. and country for genius and learning, and it
s.iiili; ; be our ide and furnish
Jnnn$ B. Timherl.'ke, F.MJ. Purser of a French Brig scion to sail for fl ivre.ENTERED. inspection as follows! New 'r-Ifins, in Steam Boats -the mttil tt, pi pleasure to
them with a work which shall continue to
the r. S. Sh.p Ctlll .Iilllt1"n. Ac Canti'/tmcjil Clinch, 3 miles from be curried from lit! > **i Ci-y w.thm 30 mrrt: their protection and favour. IndependenMy
Gat- July 23r /.--Schr. .nesseng-'T, Dorr, hours ; and the sf-rvict- to CO HT't"ce on
Tl.e Sl1. Gn. Hand Pensaccla
) Capt. ofthe voluntary aid, so -.,
Hra s.iH. St. J.tgo, Mt-xico, with 35 mues) the 1st ofNovembcrwd continue foui generously
chfll, of B i.iiimwnich; loaded I to the Master. 4CO barrels of PorK ears<. bestowed, nnd so very acceptable,'
here with provisions for the U. S. !! CLEARED.July 875 do of fresh superfine Flour we take the opportunity of saying, thatwe

'GIHt! CII! was supposed to have I 26/A.--Schr. Thorn, Re'dley, New t 5,6-JJ gallons of good proot Whiskey t .Jl :"f' base engaged the pens of several
3S5 bushels ot sound BeaM l.tt.il'. : gentlemen who well known in the
; good :: : are
.II .
"t!'" '''' :
been !<>jst on "her: homeward passage.Li. Orlea:" Cargo 14.00J oricts, by Austin -
9tjU pounds ol good hanl Soap literary odd, and whose productions, we
I and FinLy, and 6 bales cotton, bj j, Or Flowers ofLITER.
Charles T. Plm audIiclship: i ,
and H\er. 2,8UO duo of good h.d Tallow Can- persuaded, will impart new spirit to

Man Arciiihnlu 1\1. Green, of the v.1 I Kcprrmi "BAILED.Juy I dIes VTL'REVIT, & =3ESTDIEXT.I I the future pages of the work. We, the'refore -

s. Navy, were p sH>nger f 25/A.-United Slates' Ship Falmouth :140 bushels of good clean! Salt EMBELLISHED WITH SPLENDID I, feel the fullest confidence in stating
1.7UO ) good Cider! : that our succeeding volumes will
W gallon* (: Vinegar. surpass
Morgan Eq: oa acruiZe ENGRArING5"
An eJegant Sloop of War cail.the United :Matrs' Schr Shark, IdaacMcKeever At St. August inc. I those: which have preceded them. .

Fairfir, as launched from the Navy E< New York.26li 60 barrels of Pork i patronage thit basalreailv: been ; We beg to remind the i cadet, that the

Yard at Brooklyn, on the :29\li June. The -U.S. 1'ransport q. Sh. Fl"rith. Ed- 125 do of fresh superfine Flour TilE' to the Ca'ilcrt, h-&s n ,t r>nlyexceeded ; copperplate engi'aving-whietl are of a

lau"ch "3S accomplished in the best war.lBikrr, afl.zt ii.a.y 800 gallons of good proof Whiskey our most 8at guinc expectations, superior kind, and.ot the full quarto a %ei -

manner; :l-.;d a witnessed by a great -.- 53 hii-iliti: :, ot good sound Bens but. it we niistnkc not, ix unprecel1e'ltt"dn i ?re drawn and executed by our most

r.um'er of people. It i is said the Fairfield 880 potiuds ot!good hum Soap : the a".'-als of monthly literature. This : sKiiliiii. actistse:p"e Bts fo,' elJi.k. and

is to be immediately fitted fur sea. I OT\CE. 40U( do. of good hard Tallow Candies i suc( e..s IV-IN indiit'cd into give the work i cannot be procured any other.

Circuit Court.-A case of contempt 1 j a nit"re attractive form for the present I Taking iuto view the: number of valuable -

on the part of a jury empanrielled 'I PURSUANT to first the section provisons of the con actof 20 bushels of good can Salt j Year, a:; well III its liteinrv depirtmV; I i pla'esthe quantity ofmatur contained

its decorations and typographical in the Mirror, added to the quality of the
da.1 225 gallons ol f good Cider Vinegar. as in !!
to try a civil case, was his the Legislative Council entitled "An
i One fourth on the first June, 1829. .n-.t.I.t'emellt": A new font of type ''ia-. paper, and the general st>le of the exepiitio" -
the act to me, rporate a Wart C .. in
noticed% and >
punished by presiding ipany)
tie City of Pensacola an electionvsll be lOne fourth OH the 1st Septemacr, 1819.One ileen procured, upon wluch it is printed ; it is ny far the cheapest public
jUL t., [.:wards. : fourth on the 1st December: 1829 the siz- anti inimStr -re to he consider in ilie U r.ted States. Works ofa similar
heM on the 4th day: ofdb'lIst next. between '
It SI-M.IS that at the close of a long the hours! of 10 o'clock, A. M. and The remainder on tHe lbt Ma;'CM. Io30. bly extender!, an."i tey: are also enlargeil churactrr publisned in Great Britain *1-

The Fork to be contracted for, and S'lfJt'rur to tb-it formerlv used, noun P. bountifully supported are much
trial, Mu'jury l wen; out in the usual 2 o'clock, p. M al the Court House, for except paper ,
way' on )101id.I' afternoon ; and finding the election of five Directors of'said at those places where the quality is other- is employe-- in its publication ; meantime more i \ \"nsve ; in many instances, we

Wharf wise designated, is to consist of an entire that every depart II.nt may ex'hib't a corresponding be"t"tht-> amount nearly double c

nftrr some d J. 1 1:1) tit they were Company.Dy order oftUe Board. hog to the barrel, except feet, legs, ears, decree of improvement, arrangements I price c,! VMS j 'urnal. .

not I'krl to HOU-P, they recorded and snout. Should the hog weigh i less r-ave boon entered into with i To tllest" who may wish more fully to

that Cil"t.mSlance in writing! sealed it J. G. Drake, than two hundred pounds, the deficiency artist" for vii )'i-< (h c'Jrti..nl't and orna understand the character of the. work, and

up, in he form of a sealed verdict Sec'ry.: roUt be in dc 4)f good fat sld"-p ict:3. but ments. The usual:: number ol copper- to commence their subscriptions on tOe .

and ;>c Mich, (unless the officer having Ti', ;It,. 183.-2U-lt.! one !wad is: allowed to each barrel Tile phtcs will be found it IS proposed to Qpening of a NEXT VOLUME perhaps it is

contractor exclude the Dams and 'urmsh each number with two wood engravings to that of
may proper say, among a vanity other -
thtni un.'er charge ntjilected his du- \ ..l \ '1e \) substitute good side-pieces instead of one, as heretofore, I subjects, it embraces the followi.ig :

iy,) IIH"\ mis:: have represented it to The Porfc, Beans, Flour, SVniskey, Salt: The wood engravings! representing scenes ORIGIXIL MORAL TAIES eit\,er ficti-

him; and tiiercupon divsohed.! Upon THE residence uf the ana Vinegar must be: delivered in bliotig or referring to ir>c >ris, familiar or interesting tious, or founded un events of real l life,in

ojtt-"ing; tliH iealeii; piper in court y s-I A.' Subscriber, at the head and secure barrels, and tie! Soap and Can- to mist of our readers, will be accompanied the U-nted. States of 4tmericpRETILWSofpubhications1 ..

teiday morning, thr judge ascertained \ oI .}:sc.unbia Bay a Nejjrofciloiv .11t: in good strong: boxes, of H convenient by well written descriptions of Foreign and
who sayj he is free size tor-transportation"". The Por::, \Yhikev -.. events, t. exhibitions, connected with the Domestic. .. *
the import, and iheieupou apprised and 'has hired himself
I as and Vinegar, in seas-cned hear of picture each reflecting upun the other's ORIGINAL ESSAYS-on literature, moral,
the jury that they had been guilty of such : culis himself interest and value.It .
while oak barrels ; the Pork III barrels h story, voyages, travels, American antiquities

P contempt-which he must no! ce. full hooped ; the \Vlnakey and Vinegar is oug desire to render the Casket the fine arts, 8cc.

He postponed any decision however W m m barrels to have at le.ii16 good Hoops interesting to the various classes of readers I i FEMALE CH.l.nJ.cTEKucatIon, manners

:,d llIornin Accordingly to day, and says he hat lived Washington City foe pork to be delivered nt New Orleans, to whom periodical literature generally beauty, and dress.

j leiiacola: atcluloches., Cantonment addresses itself anrt we shall feel AMERICAN BIOGRAPHT historical
alter the defeat ;
.mnnadveriiug upon and at the Indian Springs in Georgia.Said t
J bibson, JeHerson B.ri'acks St Louis sketchesofthehives of such of
called to search with renewed attention persons
ot justice, to which such a proceedings Negro, is very bbc, five feet sixor upon
Fort Prairie du Chien, and both have become celebratedfor
j Armstrong } and assiiluityfor the most interesting sexes: ,
n.s adopted! by jurors, led, and the eight left cheek.nchest hi lie i-h; ,wishes.and has a scar to the on I ::It. Peters, to be c.iretu'ly pacKed with con'ent of foreign magazines': : their heroism,virtue,fortitude, talents,

UJK-H. its extensively mischeivous con- North as soon as the month for go which I I Turk's IsUnd brtlt; each peice not to exceed while a proper mduce.nent will DC held I patriotism. &C.LITERAtT .

$cqieiceshe fiimd each of them in the have hired him is completed bur as I : ten pounds in weight. out for Dative writers to contribute a' portion IxtiLLicEHcr notices of

mitigated sum 'ofticeitty-foe dollars. think he is a runaway, I shall; endeavorto Salt will only be received by measurement of their labors to enrich our Caske: new publications. .
ot 32 to the bushel effec-ed ith- THE DRAMA-comprising strictures on
quarts Thesr regulations be *
New York ..tlmtrican..i hire him for a longer period, to give his .
owner an to him. The candies have cotton icks. out any sacrifice of trial light rending, a'.d I tie New York stage.
tlay end Ja'f.-\ physician of this get I'ro1sionsw.hl oe i inspected the time general 1 magazine of small par ifiaghs, DESULTORY SELECTIONS- with occasional

,tillage t.sa\sthe:: Pawtucket Chronicle) in Andrew P. Simpson. and place of df livery, and Contractors will that must enter into all literary works ; renarkt.AlIECDOT.

3ot.oui pievious to yesterday morning, Pensacola, 25th July, 18.23-20tf. pay that and"il ther expenses, until they inasmuch as the size of tne work" will bt -humorous, literary historical -

iUriuied the blrtl-ls of six children.: One arc safely delivered at such store housesas very considfrably nJianced-its: cont'nts.1 kcPAStiss .

tftlir Uc'.iea; is the Another oJ' three ot MAIL ARRANGEMENT. may be designated by the United States' therefore, assumes a more diversified. EVEITTS OF THE TIMES.

them, :t f-on ar.d two daughters-anetherof FLORIDA MAIL. Agent. form, and boasts an increase of solid mat- :
POETRY l and selected
tuo fine sons-ah in good health. The privilege is reserved to the United ter. I --original ;
Due every Tuesday at 10 o'clock, A. M. II I with other miscellaneous .
Kxtract of & letter, dated U. S. Ship day at 2 o'clock 1'. States of increasing or diminishing the I Together many
Departs same M. : The pride of the Cask'et will be 53 50 which it would be unnecessary

of subjects,
Delaware quantities, or dispensing with one or .
74. in the Haroor of Gibraltar, BLAKELEY MAIL, within three months
more articles, at tune before per annuro I KOW to enumerate.
March 24 any entering
; 1828. Including Mobile and the Stales of Lou after the receipt of the 1st number-but.

_..*:II' \t the pleasure to inform you of isiana and MiS>>lssippr. into contract; and also of increasing or if the subscription: is paid in advance $2 50 I I Having procured. new font' u of type for
reducing the Quantities of delivervonethird
each _
. ____ .ur sale MIIWIIlI here after ol I ----- _no -- the purpose we.shall occasionally presentour
. a passage Due every Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M. u will be received as payment in full.
33 ,fals, rather a and I on giving sixty day previousnotice. readers with such XEW PIscEs or xu-
. long voyage, a very Departs every Frkhy at A past 8 o'clock, The arrangements that we have made
____ bo.ottrous one-third day out we we'eI i A M. for the publication of toe Casket, warrantus sic as may deserve, on account of the

____ Rierukfn b> a violent gale, which lasted ALL OTHER MAILS. Bidders, heretofore not contractors, orWIIJ in its that it shall beamy of their composition, to be pre-
J *ue d..\s-jin old Tar remarked the puff have not furnished satisfactory evidence assuring patrons, equal served in our pa
. had uell tngU ukcn the remaining hairs I Due every Sunday and Wednesday at 4 of their ability to fulfil the: contractsfor in attraction any work of the kind remarking, that so far as we. have com,

# c.tf hi9 head-the billows looked likes L o'clock, P. M. which they may have proposed, are that has been published while its'price mnnd of means, the Mirror shall madeto

, -., Ja'Iu ta -but the noble Delaware pass- Depart every Tuesday and Saturday required to accompany their proposalswith is scarcely half of that of the' most ordinary equal to any similar periodical in Ed-'
1 S o'clock A. M. mor.thly publicatl. ns.
cii such'evidence with the
Ur them nrajemcaliy In taCt, as togetucr '
.. ; Those who with to p'aironize the work rcpe. -
Luj rarLetters::: which names of their sureties whose responsibility -
Bjron woulu& say : -Sue: dared tile are not deposited will to intimate their wishes CONDITIONS.The
,e' CI!cnviu ;:0 strife." She is the finest: : one half hour, before the regular must be certified to by th. District please th in ",by I '
sending us subscription ad vane --
*ei.. el : MIHRORIS published Saturday
mat floats of Attorney, or by some: well known every
in any cm, m point I time for person
t appointed the departure of the increasing of tile '
I expenses paper for the
proprietor by Daniel Fan-
rnvdcl'lIrclIgth! and fleet The to the Government otherwise, their :
aailing. ; pro
g s 'iors the Mail, will be detained until the will be printing"engravings &c. render" k a080-; shaw, at No. 163 Wl1hal -.treeL It i\
posals not acted
5a>, MIC thinks nothing of 9 knots on.
s an hour, braced sharp un, and not wind next Mail ; unless it suits the conve- There can be no advances any cas- ; lutely necessary for u$ to be furnished printed in the royal quarto form on fine
1' of
... nouati U oiow out a candle on the Ut I nience of the Post Master to mail and evidence inspection and full delivery with the means meeting expenditures paper, with bourgeois and brevier type. ,
ri'I.' We will be before promptly.; Fifty-two numbers complete a volume
: have had nothing but head them sooner. required at this office
'JiU1J; Dd -quahssmct we were out ; weli.Kofl'and payment will be made, which will se either Atkinson & Alexander. of four hundred and sixteen royal quarto]
art $C7* On Sunday the Post Office for which an BLUEST JCQRAVEJT'VI05ETTE
unl)' I in drafts the at Washington pages : *
on here for dePIcbt:5 on Department Street '
112 Chesnu: directly opposite to
(it .uy) .nd ih..ll fiu away In a will be kept open for one hour after or some Atlantic City, or iD'Trea- the Post Office. Philadelphia. i I.TITLE-FAOE, knd a copious m'dexa.regiven.

fw hour. iur the arrival and of the Mail drafts banks to the I _
i- Legnurn. wuere: we shall assorting ; sury on specie: paying It may he wit to state that the "Cas- I

'"id the Prince and family,and afterwards( and letters will not be delivered out westward. ket for 1827" forms a diklinct volume, ,' Tne terms are roui D0LI.Azsfter antzu.
a g" m pursuit ot the It is desirable that each proposal b-i I! PaTAIILZINaDVANcZ. .
of the office at any other time on that price 8250 ; co.itains thirty-six splendid -:
V ::=_ ; T -- ----' sealed in a separate envelope,and marked engravings, ...,.ita Iiearlb5L0 nagCi oft t It is forwarded by the earliest m>>ils-
1CI 1 MARRiED.-Near Philadelphia 19th *' t-ropotal for furnithing drmb Subsist 1. letter-press printing constituting one of unless otherwise directed. to all.subscrib

33 June. ltJOnJcfiersoa Letb, of the Navy, W. Haaeli Hunt. ence." -1 the cheapest publications: in the United I era rcsidingibeyondthe City of New York.

A to Miss Caroline Matilda, daughter of John POST OFFICE Post Matter.Pcnsicola George Gibson. Siates. A few of the numbers can be I ID" Subscriptions received at the Office

"... U.trrson, Es'l. 1st July, 1828.-17-3t, Com iithy General /Subiitttnce. supplied lo.future subscribers. I of the Pensacola Gazette.'


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thig dy -, the NOTICE NOTICE:
appeared ,
1V(}\\\t iO\fir: C\\\\\\\ (A.; J I I personally attorney named in the fort-going power persons indebted to me, by Nole THK Citizens of ,
-' Form Declaration to'e mack tJy theOjficers. oath that the same ALL Penjaco
An act 'lor the rHef; of ("{'rlain ?nrvi\in r Ot *- of a t II Qf attorney,.cmd made of Hook Account, are requested to 41 and the Public are :-e'pectrull

'. ) cers and .Soldiers of the Army ui the llovolution. the hene. was not gi'en to hIm bY reason any m..ke payment to Col. S. Gates, who is informed that the fust *
of obtaining levy, or :Jail'n
the : ,
'l'4i For purpose for the transfer, or o f attachment flf my Agent and Attorney, during my absence I'ilot Boat, H. B. Chambtrlai? .
relief -
i fits of act entitled "An act whatever, I
the and !! ;: an ,
lie it enacted by Senate sc. seiZtire, by legal procesI from Pensacola. between this Port '
soldiers i any .1 'ii. and
and I
of certain surviving officers I to be recehthe Mnhju !
the United Staffs authomed
? of
'Y 4 of lleprcscnttttives of therein Samuel Patterson week
pay regularly once a ,
during the
'b 'Itnrrica. in Congressafrmt.led, That each I of the Army of the Revolution, approved but that the said pay ln'5nd<* toed 5U .
1 the of I88, I, -, benefit of June 14th 182 173t. mer season. H. BRU* Ert .
. ; of the surviving officers of the army of the I on 15th May, -f enure wholly to the personal ,
! Revolution in the Continertal Line, who of -in the county ot -, in the State whom the said power was J1 aster. :
.: I was an I II 1 the person by FOR BALE.D' Pen,a coh. July 7th. 1828-if.as .
c- : was entitled to half pay by the resolve (IfI I j of --- do hereby declare that I executed. '.
:" hundred oflicer in the Continental Line of the Army of-. and desirable
Oct<,i er twenlv-rst, seventeen Witness hand; this day THAT pleasant
:md eighty, be authorized to receive out I of he Revolution, and_served as such the my- dwelling on Intendencia street, UOERCldLHjjj:
:: cf any nionet in the Treasury not otheriS7 I [here insert, to the! end of the war, or (as Before year me, _, [here insert either a belonging; to Major Bowie. For THIS House, lately occupied by Ma:',*

wise appropriated, the amount o'his'"till!: the case may be) t<> the time w hen the arrangement -'justice of the Peace or other Magistrate, terms, which will be made moderate, us WRIGHT, wa* opened J0

f.r: pay in said 1tre:1c.cofeJ1y.! to I.is rankin of the \rmy piovided !by the to administer oaths ) in apply to the 16th of February, by the Subicribcr- J SS
!.. t the line to begin with the third resolves l of Congress of tIle 3d and 21st of duly ; of-, in the State of --, Robert Mitchell. who respectfully solicits a share of the p/:
? the U.unty of the Public. All which
tJ day J of M..rch, one thousand: eht him- October, 1U.: was curried into effect, appeared, this day, --, and tronage the localities .

c;cj' dred and twentyix, and to continue
ltlc: : his natural life : Provided, That, I which period 1 was a in the regiment oath that -, by whom the every quieten
I II ly, nuke TK \1 comfort of those who will favour the Htm.
a,.,;rJ.t' under this act. no oflicer shall he entitledto of tile line. declaration was subscribed, is I with .

.., "-.. ...... tecrive a larger sum tli 'n thQ full pojnf And I also declare/ that afterwards received forrgoincr generally reputed and believed to have b \ the 5th inst. aiNegro a excellent preference.An Billiard Tabe.
'v'1 .. a r"p'A:" i.. faul line. I a certificate (commonly called a office- in the Arm of the Revo I boy, who calls attached to
) establishment
j... Sec '.!. dud be further enacted, That commutation certificate: for a sum equal ocen an therein stated. him self. I I occupying a separate
as will contribute
.;; ;I'! whenever any of SHU! officers has received I to the amount of 'five years' full pay' ; htion in manner of building amusement.witli.
Wit'ne'ics this day -,
hand -
with the
n:\ out interfering
:..,r money of the United States, as a pensioner which sum was offered by the ics"lve of j William White, good order and

"t': ;':} since the third day of March, one Congress, of the 22d of March, J 78.", in. ill the year I quiet of the House, and private parties Cia

tt.\) thousand eight hundred] and t wen }'.six, stea' of the half pay for life, to which I I [Signed of the]: Court of the Couns skjs lie is twenty-one years old, about five sittinZroom.There be always accommodated. with a distinct

?""t-t: aforesaid, the sum so received shall be was entitled under the resolve of the 21t It Clerk Vet four or five inches high, has a scar
in the Mate of--. do hereby is on the premises, of
s of ono tilt
; '\U. deducted from what said officer wpuld, of October, 1780. I certify> that -, before who.u the furegomg'an'idavit on h<$ /left hand, and ways he did belongto Stables in the place, where Horses belt
:. i otherwise, be entitled to, under ti! (: first And (further declare, that I have: received I !worn, was. at the a person by the na-ne of Sandy King. strictly attended to. shalll) -j.:
:.../.it;'i, pection of this act ; and e\er\ pension to of the United States as a pensioner I \ Justice of the (Borgia.Indian Springs.and now deceased 1-.
is entitled shall since the 3d Inof March IHJ6 [!hero I timr/ [hit'r\' insert either a about month since JOHN GAIIXIRR. :
;:: I; winch said officer now ( duly emiow trcd ??aid Nevjro ran away a ::
other Magistrate
; :: 1 ceae after the passage of this !ct. insert, no ii'oney, or (as the case may be) I Peace or oaths and from the heirs of tht deceased, and made TERMS !
administer ,] empowered }
.. exacted That that I hav. received i as a pensioner of t >
.,, Sec. 3. .Ind be further administer oath*. his way to this City. \ Board per Month, $ 25 ,1
! r'.1" non-commissioned oiccrTnLIsIcian the United Snfes, since the 3d day (If to .
'J,i.! : :' evry surviving I Inlestimony whereof, I have: hereunto F. Frommyna.. ; Day Boarders, 20 :r
.p in said I who I March. 18-S: the sum of dollar. paid
:;' : or private, army, Dinner
; : hand and affixed seal
1st !
( set Pensacola Jill ,
t..: enlisted therein for and during the war, to me by he Agent far paying: pensions my this ot } Breakfast or Supper 15,4,
of the said Court, day 371 :
r i nntl continued in its service until its termination in the ti.c ;)f JSigned [L. s.] Horses .
day 1
-, in the yeal'---. F. H. NISBK'IBKGS per 25 -',
::E 7if : and thereby became entitled toreceivt [ .'.I. per month 20 Of
f; ,J1 It reward eighty dollars. under Before me, [here insert, Justicesfthe 16--lw. 2111.[Signed] leave to inform his Friends and ppn c01a, F bruar' 20to, HeS -45 tf _
' .(:J a resolve of Congress, ;JafsedIay fifteenth Peace, or other Magistrate, dulj Customers, that he has recommenced .,_ :

"'; seventeen hundred and seventx- : empowered to administer o..ths,] in the MARINE DKPOT ? business at his Old Stand, GR\ \)lEtS.

.1-:.!.i.!;. eight, shall be entitled to receive his full county of -, in the State of -, per PENSACOLA KAVT YARn, S u'herehe has for sale a very good assortment -r j;

;"1 monthly J I pay in said service, out of any sonally! appeared, this clay, -, and- Jul 18th 1823. ofFresh TEH H E subscriber has for sale, a few pair ..*. .:

1":1: money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated of the said COH1tWIO" did severally, HOPOSAI.fi will he received: by he Ji Sugar Boilers, as a sample from the
: the third of make oath that whom the foregoing P #f OJ lunfactory, and .
; ,11.t. ; : to he1\1! on day by Undersigned until .he 1st Septf miner can supply any quantity ;
!' I March one thousand eight hussareu and declaration u as subscribed. i i":. generally next, for furnishing (ne Pont with Filtv Received hy the latest arrivals from New I to order. F II. NISBET. -::'

.,;' twenty six, and to continue during liibnaturai reputel and believed have been COlds tIt' :good:; Oak (H-ack! Jack) Wood, \"Irk and Philadelphia. : Pensacola, Dec, 7vb, 1827-38 .tf.

,t ; )las: J"videiThat trj noncommissioned an officer in the Army of the Uevolution, to be delivered! at the Navy Yird at Mir.U! 3,3! and 4 Point Blankets I

, .:; f oilicer, musician, ';r pn Iii' nldlHwr a? therein staled.Witness times as may be required by the Commanding 7-4 and 84 Striped Duffield Blankets MASOJNIG MIRUOH7TplHB .I

'!' :r Tate, in siul! nrm '.. who IS bOW on the u.}' ).:and, this day of-, Oiricer.f. 1 bale superior Heavy Whitney du publication of the .J.aslm.ic.Mirror' .
list Jf (Justtd States shalt be in the 3 )bales U hite & Drab "
.irr pension ( i.ie year --- Flushings
. : ( K. Litulsav i will be ,utpcn d from this date.
the benefits of this Blue and black cloth blue :
F'::!: entitled act.Sec [Signed] t19it" / imperial ;
'! 4. Jlnd be further enartvd, That I, -j Clerk, of the Court of the C, unU I : Lieut. Commandin.A ml nixt cassimeres ; sati neUh, assort TIXE A i. AB.A NTH, )

'l "I,', k the pay allowed by !.ti!; act shall, under of -, in iha: State of -, do hei'<'by e-1 ; super uper and common fancy a Masonic work, will take the place of I :

:j:. ..: the direction of the Sec-etar) of the Treasury certify, that -.before who-p the foregoing [\ ttt, : \ fl.......t. t rw. prints; 7-8 and 44.Irish. linens ; Irish the Mirror-will be devoted exclusively ,
: and
!;': ) be paid to the Officer or Soldier en. affidavits were worn, was, at the \ lawns ; dimities ; pupcr 6-4 fancy gin g.uuns to Masonry, will appear on the 15th! h

iI<. J titled thereto, or to liter authorized attorney time, a [here insert, Justice of thePcaco A LlTfJlARX" AND CRITICAL (IAZKTTK ; white, yellow red and green flannels of this month ; and sufficiently encour. : :!?;
V:4.: r ut such places and J.I;. s as the Secretary or other: :Magistrate, dilly emJo'W\! \ ; black and colored bombazetts. aged, it will appear on or about the 15th :

! '.: niny: direct ; andat: no foreign ered to jdminiHter oathi,] and duly em I printer bcinbazetts and Salisbury fian- of every succeeding month The original

i dt: : Oflicer shall be entitled ;u saiJ pay ; n<.r powered administer oaths. I Embellished with Splendid Quar1tEngravzi's neK ; spool cotton, assorted ; cotton halls; design of the work will be no far amendedas 1"-AJf_

Jirx-'l: shall any ( Mlirer or !--nl idu-r receive: the In testimony whereof, I have hereunto ; be.iverteens, linen cambric ; cambric to embnce Original Masonic Essays ; :

\, ,t. ....r' same, until he furnish 1(5 s;:'Il l Sccretarvsatibfpcttiry st my hand, and alfixed the seal AT 61; 30 YHARI.V. hdkts ; llarogc hdkfs; black Italian crape ; Poetry ; and General Intelligence! rel ;.

:.1It.:.. '-i i.".. t\S<;lenre thtu he 't' entitled to [L.S.] (>1 f the Said court, this day tlouitceil robes! ; gingham do, spider nets, live to the Institution. The price will 1! t., :

.!I..:;::'.::; the same, in conlonnuy: ti thr pruv MOMS of -, in the yearigIel f1IIE Ar el i ipubl:..hedvery other Sattin'.ty ;patent threads, KU-JSIU diapers, plain and be S2 per annum in advance ; and it is r -. -.

:.! ; "....;.r'' of this act; i; the ,pa.illoucii by this acl [); ] b> Ec :nl1llcl! \l >ni!>, No. M I I (fi'U'eiibunk muslins! Madras and Brit- expected that t'very.person why sub ..f' ,

.;..t:: ." shall not ill anway be trauaterabSe, oi ( B.) Spruce St, Pmlade'pni.H, OM! Superior :tiuia hdks.! comp'y flags, figured crape scribes for it, will remit the amount on the

'l.l. liable to :attachment !lrv, (II' seizure, uf' \ Prnz of a Jeclftrution to f-e made by the per in ini: II new tpe i eue.h number making I Irenes: ; white, brown and mixed cotton reception of the second number after ,
I. lega' whatever: hut jhailentire tight i quarto p K'es. l>, cry fiord l subscribing, or the third will not be
,t.ti. any process ; .\mcIJlIw/s.&!lel O7iceia_ "Ullr/cllw I alt hose ; white and mixed worsted ana
:f"; "..-'": wholly to thepersonal heiitht o; find J'rivates.1'or I number I:. beiihht! it l \\ ith a splendid i lunbSwool do! ; fine linen hose, ladies forwarded.

1, :!:"4t. the Officer or Soldier entitled to the: :,alll(. tine purpose of obtaining the bcnefi f quarto cupperplutr eogr-iving-th'i-; ni '-, white and black cotton do., lead, slate, Subscribers to the Mirror, who wish the.maranth \
11'00' this I act :IIIg- at tit: (-")'l 01',11(' > eur, .& volume ot I ./ are requested to ;
Pi: .il by of \n Sri for the {'Iiei'eJI certMn uri i i and black worsted! do. plain and camblet give an early :;..

..i\; '::L Sec. 5. .,111d he further fnaiteJ, TIs.lt! \ I iiig oOicefb and soldiers ,.1't the Army <-f ;: 20o pages with 8 .juarto engruVingj, tocost cloaks, furniture check, bed-ticking, su- notice to that effect. f" ,

U; !:.i; SD much of suul pay as accrued: by the I the! Kevolution," approved the 15th | hut a dollar' :tcl.1 !halt -'erfinecott fi shirting, oil: I cloths, black Agents for the lirror are respectfully : S

= :;' provisions! of this act beiuie the third cia j may, 1828, 1 -, ot -, ia the conn- The dtsigit ,.f t!b'c Arnl l is purely lite- bombazines, fancy belt ribbons, black and requested to use their influence in giving .

1 if.-': ':' of March, eighteen :huitclrtH! and Uvenu- 1 tv of-, in the State of -, do herehv nry It Cntall! On i'i.tI! t'.ItEs a.r" white satin and muntua do., 5.4 lush shirt- I circulation to this work. All who pro .

"' ::: cht.shail! be paid to the Ofiicers ai!d j .i hcare! that I enlisted in the Continental j l'octfcws, Anccil( -.Lt f\'Y :Scrajii: :, ng,8-4 damask, brown linens; super black cure six subscribers and will become re ;.

j: .', Soldiers entitled to the saouas soon a.i i Line of the Army of li! .-' Uevoln-ion, for Aiidl! .sc aeotL'i ltcnis! of v:'riotis kinds, and whit, (.laid and stripeBaptiste! ; sponsible for them will be entitled to a '

";i!=r.., n>ay be, in the anner and under the provisions ;.1111 l di ring the war, and continued! in Us | iur{ ,'!: Ueviews, liisajs: on Female i h'- .irinted shawl; and hdkfs ; printed Water- seventh copy. -,

4:.If.; ", ..., before mentioned ; and the I pa\ service until its lamina,ion ; at wliioliYeiiod : (Irt vpi!I.; Lc. &c. together with cupiuusse '(J() 'iIa'Usf..ncy silk dressesnuns:>> tfiread, To those who have paid in advance for 11

jII! ; which! shall acctue atters-ud' nay, shall bo 1 was a [Servant, C')rpoj ;ti, Mu- j !<-i.ons f-om: the Lcil -F"ivin: .t1a4t men glove?. linen tapes, Russia shirtings the present volume of" the Mirror, thi -. Jf

f[ i;. paid i eITtJ- nnuall)', in, like! mauntr, and I siciaii or I'rivatc;' a.. tl.e case iii.'iy be,] II n j :ziii":.. lly thr tree u-e >n s'iidi tvpca mill'd drab cloth blue! & red stroudi, ic. Amaranth will be forwarded the full! ;
under the : COM in tic- larger amoniit If sileli ui ( :,;; same prov.siovsA. Cptaiu's pany, --- regimentoi" ,
..: ,'.'"''_:' &TKVLNSON, I tin- line. And I :.1':0! : S.r. j eiiiit p.j-s than the reader wound ,1 ra"'es saddlery, :1! "> ,,rtec1 Mirror be resumed.

j'Sl. .' ;::1> Speaker of the House oi Heprescutatives.S. clare that I aft-I"\i al d., received u certili-j i first thought imagiuf y cast, lirewster's hats, assorted qualitIes 'j.'j'We would again solicit the attention }

. I ,:. S. SMITH, 'I catfor the rt::'v.ird; of t>it.: I.tv d j.lr"! to I! The. Anel is not filled l, from number to Agents to the immediate: adjutment ':

: of the Senate v/iuch I cntitlfj ti'itlrr- n'M.lve ot ?niiiib< a.ith the vapid aid unprofitableorig'uia of the accounts committed to their \'I'of
( \. President pro temporc. was a : I I'ri I 5 trunks fine ready made clothing care ;
: 1828. '.,,ed the 15' -t : tr.t",willeh h !,OWt failuon.ible.: and those subscribers who have litt.'e! !f
:'j Approved-15th May, j Cordless, ,>: ii < .NJay 1778. .'. 12 trunks ladies'and gentlemen boots or

.;4:':4; :.., JOHN; QL'LNCV: ADAMS. ,( :Aii-1 1 fu tll'-t' dee!.&! I', that I uaa W.!, III > !
1 -; -' TItI.A51.Y Un'I''U.. T, f hi. n: t!veitii: d.i} ('Mnrcli, 18-; >, oil die: dir.il pretty severely witl such tnirg.i, Childrer.*.' and boy a' shoes; brogans, &c. to remit the amount of their bills '. : ,

"'a It... '.. ,U.la- ) '<;(0), I'5.J.t S 1'eiibion LXt ( ,
. I"..I... -t"II "Af'.t for the relief of critair.fcurviving .. 1 I 25 \L--ga! Virginia Tobacco in the same manner. .: :"t'r'r .
1. : The I I (
., ... Before here insert eithtr Since the Establishment of th :Ariel Those who have received their
'" ''..I.. t.. Officers t.nd Sold-ors of the! me -- [ : 5 boxes superior cavendiih do. bills, I. .
"" '".. ,, Justice >t"th iVace, or other Magistrate' one year ago, S') !jieut ii,is hr-en tlc! patronage I will add 60 cents to the amount, for the ;
.. -L
: .4 the Ij'h dvot Hardware
; 1 :: Uevoluticn. approved on : ;,: duly t:*npl)'A l.Mi'd to 'iilii-KMsur ua' .*,] in II extended lo it !'j\ a !lu.era! pub'ic! v.lnrii the
1 ; -. May, 1828, tvf fon-gtiinj is a the County o. in the Slate oi -, thai we now print an pdni-r. of 6'! !U'J co- pocket: sportsmen and desk unnecessary delay. This will save much .'

:t.; ': cop> ,) IU ke canned nto cllucl under j personally appear4! -.1, this: day, -, and : pi s-:-ind the list i ii: iaj"
the followingregulations: : i -, or' il:.- ...lid ttiti.ity. who dd severally en!,er> c:*.n be fiirinslied! with :G'e .fid tr.*\s ; IK-nning's best needles, snuf '

i:' '7-' ". }:lIch ()1 C..l' claiming utuler: the art, I niuke oatli! that -, by whom the numbers ('()!nplt-tc. for tie Hist of M..y. :.:i'i and trays, plated spurs, spectacles, : &c. :; ,:

t\f: .'''.!.:., will transmit. to the Secrtaiy of the I f on'going dccal'ttiun! vv ..1 subscribed, isgciirahly 182:!. etnbellivhmpiits to this! work carpenter's tools, shoemaker's and cur- lIE subscriber .. ,
has received
r diclarition accord. the just
; T"e'tj-jjr to per
l '-:",,, .. } a reputed' and believed to have I are exeused! r>y tin first artists. The Vo. lier's (i 0., stock locks, padlocks, shovels T Elizabeth from
New Orleans
foim hereunto a'lIlct marked! .\, :4IId't. ,-nuking 0.
.t.-.:. been an ol'icer; I in the \I'nlof the Hevoluiion issued on tlie .id of :MHV. c'.iittji 1S a splendid and tongs, kettles sauce pans, cotton his
: ; ;" cath : cz CC?;:':1Ir 'nl!'"I tJ.i'r, .'.JLiicZz, assortment of Sea Stores 'vetjcomplete
;' I ill l 141)ncr :.s ihertin; stated.Witness engraving of l i Slurper's I Perry, Virginia; cards, &c. &.c.Pensacola. '
l-= .. and 1'rivatc, hc<.oi it lmg to the form marked : :
; r !hand thi- .. the next, us lar in the editor's Dec. 7th. 1827
d ot :'lM 38 tf.
uiy ; -- y -, power, I Macaroni in baskets .
\i.J; B, accompanied' by the o. rJ oJ two respectable in the will consist of views of Ai.erican '
year scene
bt.. \\itnessses as to his identll)'. Vermicelli in boxe
f!.:' which otth is to be tat en before a Justice [SflCi lI Any person who will! procure seven LAND AGENCY.subscribers Gruyere cheese
I, -, Clerk of I the Court of th. Conn- subscribers: and remit ten dollars, shall
: !' l : cf: the Pea( c, or other Magistral, duly I : : I F liE have opened an of- Patlc graase; do-
of in the I receive tlie free
State of eighth All letters
ty -, j copy
aJ '. empowered to athriinrste" oaths in the I certify rice for the purchase and sale of Raisins, Prunes, Almond
'.:. : that -, before \vhom the foregoing :d-I I n;ust be post paid, and inclose a > ca.: 'Ssubscri1tiuu (;(,
":ate or 1 err tory in which he resides, Lands, at St Augustine, in the house formerly ampaigneVine
I ;
and authenticated under the seal of the fidavits weie sworn, wan, at the irne, a. in advincr. Editors are po. : occupied by Col. Perrault, at the Family Flour -
[Justice ot the! Peace tffecasen iitely requested to with I I I .
Court of the County in which the oath or us exchange us. .iiuth west corner of the public Do do halfbbk. .
>abe,] and duly empowered to administer Address square Coffee, Salt, Pork
was administered, as shoun in the bald here persons desirous to accomplish either Sugar,
forms. oaths.In cIllll111dIord:;. purchase or sales of real estate, are Mackerel, No. 1, and No. L-

'\ I testimony whereof, I have hereunto Philadelphia: \ 4. 18 '8.au. requested leave their commands.A Superior Goshen Butter
Each Officer will also transmit his cat hand, and affixed the .
commission my seal of ------ Best Cincinnati covered Hams
residence in the of
t: ifin existence and attainable, and I (L. 5.) the said court, this long Territory ...
.1,! -dyy ot- \ Middling Bacon &c. -*
: [: each non-commissioned Officer, Musician, in the year .\i"u V ',r 6l.J'H \\\ Florida, has enabled the subscribers ;

"f: and Private, his discharge, which documents (Signed] :: Subscriber wishes to sell his right become intimately acquainted with neatly Julius Pescay. .
all the individual claims land
to in
.4f4:! !:: after being lepistered, will be (C.) .t.4 <>f pre-cnpt'uittto a plantation situa. Pensacola 26th. Feby. 1828-50-tf. .,
districtas well as to their titles, locations --------- .
l.;,::"b.k,. returned. If the commibsion or discharge I Form of a Power uf Attorney.Know ted nall'f'mu on Saint /osu's Sound, twenty five qualities, and relative value. And the increasing r 1 HE: Subscriber has just--received--------ptf 4. ;
lias been or he will Peusaeola
destroyed, trans I ; together with a Elizabeth ..
all Forsyth, from New Or
Men the for -
iI' by >c Pi events, that applications made information -
mit such other evidence as he stock of cattle thereon of'about
.,;ii. may l possessor I, -, ot-, in the count) of -, ii One Hundred ,consisting from every part of the United States, leans, a very large assortment of Groce
f"t' obtain corroborative
can the state- Head. The Plantation
.i; the ries. lie otters in addition
State of do to his former
-, hereby constitute store especially, respecting sugar estates,
consists ot
; ments set forth in his declaration. one hundred and sixty acre
and appoint -, my true and Lwfal l at- I f land has induced them to believe that an es. stock :-

ii.t :Jl j' If the evidence transmitted, taken inconneliolt tOt ucy, with a power of substitution, for .jeen good cleared, about For fifteen of a hicli have tablishment ofthi, kind, could be rendered Champaigne Wine, in Baskets of 1
'f: .' .. with that afforded by the pub. me, and in my name, to receive from tilt terms, &c., apply to useful to the public. each, warranted superior -

I t jp. .1 lic records at Washington, be found satis- United States, the amount of pa' now du Randall Alis.! All orders directed to them, for ccpies do. Brandy of 1820.

: f..toryth. amount of two years' full pay, to me, under the act for the relief of certain Pensacola: May 1st. 1828.-7 --tf. of surveys, maps or plans as well as other Zante Currants ,

,td.f; :: at the rate to which the Officer Soldier surviving officers and soldiers of therevolutionapprovedl5thMay,18261828 information, on the above subject, will be VonchongTea

lLI1 iiR was entitled, according to his rank in the ] 'f\\e 8u\sc\.ibe s furnished without delay. Letters, postpaid Prunes, very fresh

:. line, at the close of the war, or at the time as a in the- regiment of the jul 't directed to the Land Agency, St. Raisins ?

: of hIS reduction, (as the case may be,) but fine of'the army of the Revolution. HAVE: Orleans received, tiom Schr.Ho lon via Augustine, will receive due atteH ion. Almonds ? .,

i! in no instance exceeding the full-pay of Witness my hand and *e assortment of
: Booksind ,
ji ''t' : a Captain of the Continental Line, will! be day of -, in the'ear- Tuscaloosa Rye Whiskey
: > Stationary for sale WILLIAM H.
- :'= ..... transmitted to him, at the place' of his residence -i Sealed and delivered in ( HIANC1S Goshen Butterdo.
t tt;: t r after deducting therefrom the the presence ofSigned 5 PENSACOLA BOOKSTORE.SIGN 'ATIO. Cheese .

1;:; l amount of any pension which he may I [ ] [t. s.] OF TUB FOLIO BIBLE. Dec. 27th, 1827.--44tfReferences Beef in A bbls. for family use

t i:"". 1" have received from the United States I IlH Before me, -, a Justice of the Pence which are the ; \ an additional supply of Dry Goods
among following
(::;, r since the 3rd day of March, 1826. He I in the county of-. in the State of -, Extra Quality Russia Bound: Col.! Jos. M. \\ hite, Hard ware, Glass ware &. Queens ware

t21t9. may, however, authorize any other person : personally appeared, this day-, whose BOOKS BLANK Delegate fro'tl Florida, Sold Low for Cash.
+: to receive H for him ; in which case, he'' name is subscribed to the foregoing pow. consisting ot Ledgers, Journal> Mr. Henry S. Tanner, Philadelphia,
Letter, Invoice, Cash and Sales J. Pescay.PensacolaJan.11th1828. .
Boo ks. Doctor Brush
.t .r will execute a power of attorney, according I If"l eof attorney, and acknowledged the New York,

.jU: to the annexed form, m&rked C,which : same to be his act and deed. Foolscap Blank Books, leather backs Bernard E. Bee, Charleston, _____
and corners, feint lined, with and withoutred Mr. James Williams
> ; must be acknowledged before a Justice : Witness my hand, tills day of- lines.Kxtra Baltimore. Madeira Wines CordialCtL L
;1 f of the Pcuc., or other Magistrate, and in the )'ear -. ,
authenticated under the seal uf the Court I [Signed] quality Letter and Foolscap Pa- .l3 ,J 0 C''J: tO LIA. ) ECEIVED per Schr Orleans: frolll'_'

: of the County, in the same manner as is I, -, Clerk of the Court of the County per, Gilt and Plain edged in the new Town of Magnolia l Philadelphia

already prescribed in regard to declara I of-, in the State of-, do hereby Superfine Best Red Sealing Wax, LOTS offered for sale. This place is 10 cases superior Old London Farticulw
: tions. But no payment will be made to certify that -, before whom the foregoing Eagle Playing Cards, situated 8 miles from Fort St. Marks on Madeira me.

4 any such attorney, until he has made power of attorney was: acknowledg- knives Uodgers' Superfine Silvered Steel Pen the St. Marks' river and 15 from Tallahassee. 10 Old Port \\'ine.

ir oath, according to the annexed form D, ? d, is a Justice of the Peace.In The river can be navigated to the 110. Cherry Brandy, Superior. .

that the pay which he is authorized to re- testiaiony whereof, I have hereuntoset Walker's Dictionary, Town by vessels drawing 8 feet water. 20 h Cordials, first quality assorted Ja

cieve is intended to enure wholly to the my hand, and affixed the seat tion.Murray's Grammar, Reader, Intro tJu :The situation is high, dry and healthy the cases 1 doz. each.

it personal benefit of the Officer or Soldier [L. s.] ot the said conrt, this day of Key and Exercises. it has two Sulphur Springs in the vicinity;, 10 Wine Bitters. i

j', whose attorney he ;s.I -, in the )'ear-. Song Books assorted. one of which is only 200 yards from the \ 5 Demijohns superior old Holland G**

I It is requested tbatjall letters to the (D.) Hunt & Tardiff. Public Square. They are said to possess i 3 Barrels Cherry Bounce. _=..t '

I't Secretary ofthe Treasury the subjects, Form oj Affidavit to be taken by At- Pensacola, 12th June. 1828.PXttRTTZCTG. great medical qualities.For i I and 6 Cinnamon Half Bbls.Cordials Anniseed, Pepptruw'" '.

j; may be endorsed on the cover, "Revolu further information of Terms &c. i

tionary Claim" torneys. apply to J. G and N. Hamlen, St. Marks, For Sale by

1l Richard RUB b. Before me. -, a Justice of the Peace, Executed with neatness and despatch or to Augustus Steele, Tallahassee. F. H. Nisbet. .

in the county of -, in the of- at this office. St. Marks 10th August, 1227-24__tf
I' Dec. 20. 1827.

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